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Iiiduemtir-iits Preifntcd bribe "Tut
ff bo - " Brealuieek . Aecldent Insurance
Company" wrote to IheTal Contributor,"
not long since, to work up a column or
Jyerybodyboultl ret. insured agaitwt
aeaJaentftT o matter if too belong to one
fjfrlhc" bestamilies w aocidenU will htty
Tien in IhrWi.
Get-a polior. Toe proverb says, " Hon
cstrls'tKe best rjolicv." but that wag leforc
aatu'ilont inmiMnr rimmmeiatarletl Now
the W nolicv is a oolicr in the "Break-
rSfeBlMy a maxtilUt&tfAen out
of a fourth-iitorjr window. lie had no in
narance, and consequently was killed. An
other rain, on the same dayeUaW with his
. -rr.--- t A ? it.. " RroiVrirtrV
srtlAitwSan dnyfntfmtedjioreetin fat.
Louis was ran away with. Being insured,
nil a vn'ffnTrnii abiL atonnea the horse
and eaaic back safe., Her poller gunning
oui?Wie neglected -to renew it. Shortly
after she was run away with again. Her
. luinil' nsrtner ran atcov with her this
;nit. aL iinr .mm back vet. Don't
&H, to renew your policy, particularly if it
ritmaari Iowa, x man; wakicfcea uy
a Horse, iue uorse
warn rt injiurw, ami ne
t kicked back.
fsear I'ans, Ky, a man,
In SHiiningn circular 8a-, had his arms taKen
nfT ThWconsitl 8t a cavalry sabre and
a ihmble-barrelled shot curt. The man who
carried them off had an accident insurance
and he hasn't been caught yet
)Uadelphia.a man felj from theaf-
rose nia nec.iiuie uuu.icvi
iriWed in the "Breakneck" his sentence,
' rrliehURve been ftmaMfea to " Imprison
raent for life." Why" will men neglect
Onr airent at Penn Yan. New York,
writes: "One of m? neighbors whom
had saliaited.to take .a Dollar, lauehed at
me lor Tllinkme he could "not take care of
himselfjJhe .very next lay he fell from
the roofoT'lnsliouse and and wasn't hurt
, In UticaNew York,a,man accidentally
fim fcyftn- (foW insured in the "flBrestk
'.neck," he will receive $15 a -yeek until he
..jyoupg manjf ?oJUmouth Ohio, was
jilted by a yoiingMady and 'sued her to re
cover damacM. Insured in the "Break
neck." Fifletti 'dollars a week untM he rej
A man was sentenced to solitary confine
inentibfitlife iatllietM ichlcaii Stale- prison.
Poliov in the "Breakneck": Sl6 a week
as lone as he is confined to hit room.
Agtay-lieayfcd old. manwaS insured in
the flTireikneck." The very next jlav
he bought a bottle of hair dye and dyejl.
Ills'Iamilr received a handsome sum on
the llack-board I ' '
Two cattle-drovers started with a drove
of cattle to New York. One hatl'a policy
and the other hacLnpne. there was a pi
lbuon, and tWcfne who had a pclicy wasn'i
.hurt a bitj and the other wasn't either.Tn
' 'oAre In Ofe "Breakneck."
Near Portland. Maine, a poor man fell
from a.loft -andj .broke his neck;., He re
ceived hut irifiu ranee. B3.000. from the
"Breakneck," with which he was enabled
to jet. himself up in business, and is how
'Ortr 'Hgent' at Cleveland, Ohio, Avnles
"A lumber horse ranawav with a bob
t&iltUwadn and tipped the Btrcct'over onto
a mnall woman and six elderly cliildren.
The horse becan to crv and the wacon bled
freely al the nose, but" otherwise the street
' A,'lioilerVxplcled-at'McmphrB, blowing
Jhe, enginegrjiito the air quite out of sight.
Tie will receive $15 dollars a day Uuiil he
comesjdown again. .-j .
ri 10S drSyei. in Mt. Sterling, Ky., .'was
very mucli hurt tiy a tall -Jail in porK. ino
"Voh'mlth, offichifeah, lost a good
deal of time by a sprain. An agent of
'Breakneck" found, it and, returned , it to
lllra.-; ' ' -
-Asian-ran away from Litchfield, III., to
avjuidpayiog hi debts. -He rfl a family
(not being tjibe to take them with him.)
A' man accidentia fell from a steamer at
NW Orleans, into the river. Aa he was
sinking the third, time he suddenly recol
lected that his policy Jn the "Breakneck"
had expired, lie then swam ashore,8oUght
dtfjtht theagent and repew.ed his policy1
andiimmeaialelr returned to the river' and
-sank Uie third time In ft serene and tranquil
manner. Insure before vou are in turdu.
A cripple in Boston had his leg taken off
. -ria. rhvmster tost them off in verses. iNo
fAellow Jook a drink of whisky at a sa
Juowin Cincinnati. 'Suddenly recollecting
tliat hehad no insurance, he immediately
.mmmtemetlcand then he (odk out a
policy m the "Ureatnect."
He now takes
! Ills riiiks"with
iihpntiity if Impunity
A meriiWr ofCongfesa from New York
city went to Washington, andWZ from grace
spraining his brains so badly that ho was
forced to carry them in. a sling. No insurance.
' iTx-Co'silEMEBAES IN FRAXqE.
The Paris cqrrcslondent of the Chicago
dS-itmne furnishes the following intelligence
in rcjjard lo Southerners of note now or re
cently in that city
' Among the gay equipages that dash
along the Boulevards and through the
flhaiups Elyseea. every pleasant afternoon,
wfrequeifliy to be seen that of 'Mrs. Benja
min, wife of Judah P., late Secretary of
g JtatB of the decgaaedonfederacy Jt is a
Wwellrgotlen uprlffair; ami ita. appearance
indicates that Mrs. Benjamin is not 5n a
mifToring condition, so far as finances are
mm nftncernediffiHenhusband llros in.London,
IPSCTO Sl?kviile slrest, niSst oflhe time,
aud is said to have done very well sinrphia
admission toMhe English bar.
GEOnQK N. SiUNDFJla.
Nearly every pleasant morning; last
Mimmer, there sat, for an hour or two, on
the pavement in front of the Grand Cafe,
a short Juan, with one of the reddest faces
imaginable', by the hide of a decanter fron
, taitpng the besi quality of cogniac. The
name of the man was, and perhaps still is,
lleorgc N. Saunders. He is reported to
have left here suddenly, several weeks ago,
and his nrepcntaddreaa is said lo be Lon
dgn. The ast timeI saw George he looked
rough, but he was good on the corpulent
question. He is said to be broken down,
financially. The simple fact that he was
seen a great many times last summer in the
Ticlnit or French brandy, is proof positive
that lit' has changed his diet since he left
the United States, because before his de
parture lie dined at restaurants that sold
nothing but "Bourbon" and "Chestnut
John C. Breckinridge was here during
the mimmer, but I understand lie has been
rusticating at Versailles for several weckr.
While here, his wardrobe was in first rate
condition 'and did not give out the least
idea that its owner was in ned of pecunia
ry assistance. Nearly every "exile" in
Paris is saidJo be in comfortable circum
jitancea. They have, in some measure, a
society of their own. into which all who
were given to the bad habit of wearing
gray clothes a couple of years ago, can be
admitted without much formality.
Duke Gwinn left here for the United
States last month. Rumor credits him with
having pocketed a handsome earn when the
Bonora colonization scheme collapsed; how
ever that may be It la certain that he sup
ports his expensive family here in grand
'style, ahd isinthe habit of wearing cloth
ing quite as fine as that worn by his friend
the IJmperor of France.
HOPrll' CAROUXA EEGKLATURE.
, .(Iquxjiia, Pec, IS. The Committee on
Federal Relations, have unanimously re
ported adversely to the adoption of the con
stitutional amendment, out disagreed about
the resolutions proposing a national con
vention. Half of the committee reported
against any such call, as not likely to ac-
$OTaD!eticU?i Indict be ronsutent
wlth'tlie aelf-respecl of the Stale to volnn.
teer suggestions to those who arer arrayed
against her right?, and certainly undig
nified for the State to seek s seat in a con
tention whlltt excluded from aer place in
The rest jfthe committee reported that
sinfrfMKfrfr nRL Vith Dronrietv arid
wMota,jpggMvan.th J0 tWgovern
mentwhmua its present condition, bull
!m? thti adoDtion of'resolutionsl
exftryIng lier willingness to gointo such j
a convention for a full and free dlecnssion
of all national difficulties. 1
L . i i -.i. .n.r - - - - f nil" neiir-rr---"' afcAJ-asitwr. .. jaMMMtisiaaasaMMMaiamaiiMrsii
THE CAUSE OF THE .ST.MJXATIOS or
, (BUMXBSS AXP IIU, TIMES.
From the Cincinnsti Knquirer.
"Dull timee;" "nothing doing f "bmi-
nese at a stand Mill,-" "industry not remli
nerallvef sueh arc .bcrii(atiH hitly
nidde every whre, and the qnetitfn , why
so? The circulating currency is nearon
thousand million ol dollar, inrec lime
greater than Wore the r. apd ub obliga-,
lion requiring thoe who furn'wh it to re
deem it in coin on presentation. The de
pressed bittinefw condition of the cojwitry.
rean iWtnwelO wwmo awantei wmi-
for there is a fcuiierawiimanee orii
somewhere in the country. The caue of
Uie uall times is not in lie wani oiMnoncy
to carry "fob with eae arid facility the
business of the country, but in the oppre
siteiurdens Jl branches ,of , biuines are
compelled to itistain m uie 9iiaje oi iax.
That is the mill stone that is hanging to
flip nurfc tf tabor. inatrvy trade and com-
Profit are nearlv all taken by die
tax gataorer, ami every thing consumed is
thereby renuerea go iiign as io huivi
. . M If.. I '11.
ivervbodv totio witn as nine as ihjcsmuib,
, Underftucli.a oonditioa of thing 'tiiarc
can be no stimulus to industry, except hp
to the iKJint reqairedwiraply forelfrpreaer
vation to keep the mill from ceasing
work altogethef-i-aml to 'preveut produc
tion from lamruisliinc into complete indif
ference. Prosperity is nt of the question,
when a large part of the results of labor
are eatwi up by taxes. Diseoltragemem
takes the place of cheerful hopefulnesa.
arid diminished consumption make trade
dull .'tiniea baiH. business itacn&nt.
J'xonomy in public expenditures, Mie
raising by taxation no more money than is
absolutely required for ail economical ad
ministration ol the Government, ami uie
navmnnt of the nub He interest shonld u
rigidly kwittHl mkby lhe people. Tliey
should demand of I onerejw and of the ex
ecutive departments of the tinvernment r
curtailment of cxnenws. and the abolish
ment of all useless exiX'liditure. There is
o doubt that the ciines of theaPelleral
crnvprnmpni ran mmnn mi Lii-iLinnjuurc
tlian one-lutlfthe taxes now raised need be
levied. Tliat wuld le a great eJiC and
under it business wiuhf again revfve, aud
nrosnerity' receive a fresh start. Let it !
The creates! wonder in the Ftate of Iowa
and perhara any other State, is. what they
call "Walled l.ake," in Weight county,
twelve miles oft" the Dubuque and Pacific
railway, and about one hundred and fifty
miles west of DuhiHiue City. -
The water is from two to three feet higher
than the earth's surface. In most places
the wall is ten feet Jiigh, width at the hot
ftin Gfteeri feet, and at Uie top five '
Another fact is the size of the stone used
in its construction : the whole i of Mone,
varying in weight frMiijbreortow dawn to
omrhundn?d kihhI. , j r C I
There is an abundance ot stone in Weight
county; bntwirronndmg thelaktf to the ex
tent of five and ten miles therc arc none,
' No one can form an idea as to the Yneans
employed to brinj them Ir tljefljyjl.pr wliO'
i Around the cnUre hike is a belt of wood
land, half a mile in width composed o
oak5:i with this..exi'Ottion lhu.oni!ntry is :
rolling prairie. The trees, therefore, must
have been placed there at the time of hnild
!nf flip u-.tll
In the spring of 1S."G there was a great
storm, and the ice on the hike broke the
wall in wveral places, and the farmers i
that vicinity were obliged to repair the
daraaees'fd prevent inundation. The hike
occupies a around surface of 1900 acres.
depth of water as great as twentv-live feet
Tlio water is clear and oold, oil sandy and
It is singular that no one has been able
to ascertain where the water comes lrom,
and where it goes to, yet it always remains
clear and fresh-
Piiraiuore, :Sowevs Vo.s
tIVo. 2.1 Norlh Clicrrj St.,
WK AUG PRBPA'UKD' ,T0 COLI.KCl
r l CIhiiuc against the Unite.1 Statas Uorera
uient for iroierty taken iliirinx the wir.
1 Wliother Reaeipted rfor"orNot .
lOurfarilitSM fM it : f r
erantud umler the variw act oi, Cpnrc. are of
i.vsi'iti: tiiiuk Mi:r.iv i'aymiwt.
Soldiers and all others entrtMting their claira
in our hand are n red t lint lliey will rinselve
ovit most , rAitnrili. a;itextiox
memoerol ir firm i totaled in Wasninir-
ton City, and in rontant-Rimunieation with
the varioiis l)ep&
and hi eitenoivu'i
I'u'eiiiertftBw in the
IMt0.1HT.VB.S.S AST!) IHSPATCII.
any lnisineM intmit ftl to our rharee.
mre u h can.
COLLECTION OF CLAIMS
AU.ISI '11 1 It (iOVURVMNT.
IEltlX IIAVINU OIjAIMS VOU COTTON,
I IIitrMA, Wood l.iitnlr, Irmi tir At rcUanilU',
taken or nrcbail l.y Uh- I nil.l StntM mtil not ttij
far 1 dvfka, tuwlMiiioi aixl hlifws wlin liT
tlll to mw4i i-oniiMiHtioH f..r MrHow muli-retl
- wuiiH il wi ll In call ui) iu .ai uiir oAU-c,
ii!) Clninr Mreet.
uoU ,Ki . mj:i.iv,
nut p1m up All irni-vs ami Ctaim AffcntB
1TICIAX. Xo. 71
J (oposite the
Maxwell House.! Kimliville.
Tenn, offers hi jervii-on to u ireuc uun pulilic
liy his experience in tliii line he sunhled to
try the eywiiiht and Miit se (aclc neeorJiBuly.
so that the eye is r.ot oMirohnrge.1. hut merely
assisted. Al hit Optical KlUablijhmeiiteati also
be found Mlerovopes. Telesfoie, Tuoruionie
ten. .Mnfnificrs, Alatbeiuatieal Inatrumcntr,
Picture Frataec. Opera and 1-icld ill. we?. etc
etc. nernemher that when you want your 'ye
night itnprovetl you wut rail at Wis. Title
Uaum's office, J.o. 74 Church ttreet, oppoiie
Maiwell lloiife, nnhrille, Tenrteice. The
bet (llawes, or pare l'ohb, wt lato fild Iraines.
Iiiimbci' ! Lumber!
50.O0U Goni Tellow rise Shins!.. 18 iacliea
long, Jut reoelied and for Mle by k
V. K. MoFAttLANll A CO.,
nov2l-lm No. 73 Notlh College rtrwt.
Look Out for Breakers !
ON KANT) AT AX
-I"QNT Yor SEE THAT WE ARE SUR
U roundel by Fast Men, Fart lUrwi. Fa
finitroad Aei'iult and Iwimrniblr Smmi-vin
Then ix it not POLICY to take out an
ACCIUKAT l.SITt.lXri: S'OI.IOV.
wjleh euarantee to the aioureil ia cue
ordeatu caused by any kind of an accklsnt. or
la eao of injury,
eotapesMtion for a period not t exeoed twenty
tix weeks for any one injury. Suck a Policy can
bo obtained of the '
Southern Life Insurance Go,,
OF MEMPHIS, TJ?NN.,
on noXullowinftern: Out day two days
50 thrceu-s 75c: four t'lys $1 ftfc five days
St 5S: tsncSyt ?fl: tbtrtoen da 13 UOt Sftem
da- 3 M: twenty day $4 lift thrity day JO 00:
two months JW AO; three niontlu 12 00; twelve
tnaathtta (n. All of the abore-ntoMiotied I'ol
leres and Tickets can be teeured at a moment'
notice from any Railroad Ticket Office in the
city, orofanr C e priaeipa! Railroad Ticket
Uaeea threusnoot the OBtue South. Abo at No.
C North Oherry Street iWhrille, Tena.. office of
JeelS Sm l AitS. Uiiw.Co.
- i -i.i, p
Dircllin anil I;o for .Sale.:
SW .rfl t 4
Hs iry .t
A S DIRECTror"t DECREBlOF thk
ii. County Court of bnridson coanly. at its
March Term. Uui, in the above cau-c, I will oder
at Public Sale, at the ialh tM l tfte uorl
Hon', in thecitrot Nash ride, on SATrKDAY,
the 29th day of December. !. the Lot ot
Q round on Broad rtroet. Wt NshvMI. belonr
iag to the ertate or M. L. Jjhlbndecl,.
fmntinrJK'-feet on Broad street, and man in
baak lSafeJLBfl which H a deatrable ami weft
built t TaRry BrlC nuolllnjr. oodtaifl
ing eight rr?ai,.od ijir, cistern, and every
convenieWee. Sfle tate ploee at 12oetk.
and purehaMft will .le cjram "hi e theorem was
beftre day i tale. . ,
TERMS Oneaird rti!, blefHT4it f
Mi, twelve and aia-htiMa motttlM. w44h intoreat.
lien, eta. P.X. NICIIOL. Okk.
d14 A. SELSON Si CO , AgeoM
A. A. SPENCER & CO.
SfiutHcnst Coruor of
Clxurcli and College Streets,
E Q B WA B N G
- AM) 1EAI.EU IX
ll6 J if.C JE, . .. ..
. "?K O'C E'ltj ES,
Flour, Itacoii, liard,
Dit.iiFjRtfn Ktc., Etc.
Ordent filled wiih Care at Ihe Ixwet
ni?U LAROK WAREHOUSK enables us to of-
(r superior ImJiiremenls to Planters and others
Siippimr their Cotton and other Produce to U?,
usien n; win maxe
Sell. Store, or Shin, on the most
rarllwrfafBrlmt ns with'their business may
depend an, it reeeivlnj; prompt and careful
attention. A. A. SPENCER fc CO.,
Soathcsat corner of Churrh and College sU.
Saturday, Dec. 29, 1866.
J. E. Gleavefl. Atlra'r, vs. the Heirs and
QreUitorfl of F. K. Zollicoffer, dccM.
IN PURSUANCE OF DECKEE OF THE
1 Chancery Court at Nashville in the above
named cause, and by reason of the failure Of the
former purchaser to comply with the terms of
the' sale. 1 will again offer at publlr sale, at the
Court House, on
Saturday,; llccombor SO, ISttO,
The fnrmpr rMiilene nF the late fieri. F. K. Zol
IWBHer, fronting- VSS feet on High street, and
runninc uatK iu iee( to an is jooi aiiey.
rtn nrAiiertv t well known, and is in the n
irable portion of the city for residences. The
xbafcer will be rut into possession immei
triinon oomidrine with the terms of sale.
IIia rtiirebftner will he renuired to nnt-onC'
fourth CASH, nnd oxecnte notes for the residue.
due atone and tiro yea re. with interest from the
day of sale, and a lien will be retained to secure
tnHr payment, riiesnieix witnnut rcacmpnon.
- MOKTON UfHOViELL.-0.ftndM.
-tlecS-td . ,
James T. ArniRtrong et al. vs. Kobert M,
l'prter et als.-
TN PlIHSUANCE OF DECREE OF THE
i Chancery Court at Nashville in the above
named came. I will cell nt the Court Home at
Sntunlny, Isecctunpr 29, 1SOO,
side of the 1'ubllc Sauare.
at present occupied
by Mike Powers nud J. A. J. Rose ns Clothing
Stores. These lota each front Si feet and run
hack 30 feet, and are entirely covered with
The Terms or Silk are $300 upon each lot
cash, and the residue upon credits of one nnd
two years, notes required witn approved secu
rity. and n lien retained. Sale free from, re'
demption. MOK'iWi 11. UUWKliL.,
decS-td Clerk and Master.
Peter Anderson vs. McRoberts JfcKee.
TN PURSUANCE OF DECREE OF THE
- Chancery Court at Nashville in above named
cause,J.(Wtn offer authe uourt.iiousoat asn
Snttinlny, December 20, 1806,
Tlie following Lots in the Cralghcad.PIan, lying
five miles trom xvastiviile. on tne uaiiatm J.urn
nikn Itnnd :
Lot No. 1, containing 33 acres and 19 poles,
and fronting on the Gallatin Turnpike, upon
which is situated the old Craighead residence.
Lot No. 4, containing? acres and 122 poles, and
lying in the rear of lot No. 1,
Thee are the lots formerly purchased by Dr.
J. C. Newnan.
TERMS Credits of 6. 12 and 18 months, with
interest from day of sale. Notes required with
approved security, and a lien retained. Sale
free from redemption.
deeS-td Clerk and Master.
Lucy Ann Marshall and others vp. Walter
Marshall and others.
TN PURSUANCE OF DECREE OF THE
Chancery Court at Nashville in above named
cause, I will sell nt the Court House at Nash
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1866,
The House and part of Lot No. 33.ront!ng 3
foot on Line street, and running back iw leet
bins just above "Mrs. Peck's Spring."
Also, Lot lying back of above mentioned lot,
fronting) feet, nnd extendingback 30 feet to
Trennnrd's line, belns nart of Lot No. 37.
TKK.MS: One ihird Cash, and the residue on
credits of six and twelve months, with Interest
from day of sale, nnd a lien retained, bale tree
MORTON B. HOWELL;
decS-tdt Clork and Master.
ipscornb vs. S.
E. Jonca ;and
IN PURSUANCE OF DECREE OF THE
Chancery Court at Nashville in the , above
named cause, I will sell at the Court HouSo at
Nashville, on , ,
Sfttwntnj', December 20.J18G0,
A Traetof Land in the Second Civil District of
Davidson county, known as turn traig," con
taining Sk acres, and adjoining the lands of the
hM Prnnklin fVilleirn.
TERMS OFSALKCrcdits of six and twelve
months. Notes required with two approved
securities, and a lien retained, bale free irom
redemption. MORTON B.ilOWKLLi.
deoS-tJ Clerk and Master.
Ellin va. Siuaunah Moore
TN PURSUANCE OF A
DEGREE OF THE
Chancery Court at Nashvillo in the Above-
named case, I will again offer at public: sale
Saturday, December 20th, 1806,
The property owned by the late firm of Ellis 4
Moore, and formerly owned by Dr. D. T. Scott,
being LoU Not !, 10 and 11, near the Buena
Vista Sprinw. These Lots front 400 yards on
the Buena Vista turnpikeroad, and run back
between parallel lines 275 yards. Lot No. 11.
contains 19 acres and C7M poles, and has upon it
a well-built and. beautiful Brick Cottage, Con
taining nine rooms, and furnished with 'all the
mivlarn inumirements. The out-houses, smoke
lnvlise. stables, etc.. are substantially built of
brick. On Lot No. 9. is an Artesian well, which
furnishest an abundant supply of wider. A plal
orth"eo lands may be seen at mr Office. Purcha
sew are requested to examine .the property. It
Is 'an' elegant suburban residence, and the
crourflls are well auapteu tor-a .narxei uarucu,
Nursery, etc. .....
tl'EltilS. One-third othe purchase money in
cash, and the residue on credits of one and two
years, with interest from date. Not as required
with annroved security and a lien retained.
i?le free from redemption. . r
itlimiu. J), liuvt r.i.ii.
Clerk and Master.
ANDERSON, JOHNSON St SMITH, Agents.
de3-td . -
Deltie W. Lovcll ts. Francis M. Murrell.
IN pursuance of a decreo of the Ohancery Court
nt Nashville, in above named case, I will sell
at the Courthouse, at Nashville, on
Nnt utility, December 29, ISGC,
a lot on Spring street. In Edgefield, described as
follows; Beginning on Spring street, nt the
corner of a part of lot sold to Sam'tSparkman,
and running thenco along Spring street towards
ihn. Whtta's Cretk Tnrnnike road. 40 feet to A
stone; thence at right angels from said street 143
feet to the southern lino of lot No. 2, in H et
m ore's plan of Edgefield; thence with said line
oast 40 feet to Sparkman's corner thence with
Sparkm art's line to the beginning."
TERMS: bix monies creair. note jequireo,
ith two approved pocnritles, hearingintcrest
from day of sale, and a lien retained. Bale rrea
from redemption. MORTON B.HOWKLL.
deS-td vicrsr ana Master.
Ellen Desha vs. Thomas Ktissell, et aK
IN PUSUANCK Or A JJt-yur.r. ur anii
Chaneery Court at Nashville in the above
named cause. I will sell at the Courthouse in
Nntnrdny, December 20, 1800.
a tract of land containing 75 acres, on .the Waters
of Indian and Mill Creeks in the jinn civil
DMrict of Davidson county, joining the
lands of Robt, Mayfield. Jphn Bnley, Tibitha
Bond, Newton Briley and others. SeeparttcnUr
description In Book No. pare 037, of the
iVmc0iiSit.T' KIt uionths credit. Note
required with Two approved securities, and a
lien retained. Sale free from rricmptton
jtiuivxt. u. ii ij,
JeS-td Clerk and Master.
INFORMS HIS OLD
publie generallythat he
a make the finest fitting
To erdcr W reasonable price, and thati he in
imil.tn lri.in fonotonllr aa hand a well made
and well "regulated assortment of his own make.
al'his old stand. - -
So. 40-Xorth conesr 'ur.
decC-Sw J. A. MTJRKDt.
WEAKLEY & f ARBR0U6H,
NO. 3 N0BTH COLLEGE .STUEETV-
I3UUV BABBELS EXTRA TAMILY FLOUK
200 tarreli extra rnperflne'KIoar ;
SO hogsheads Netr Orleans Sugar ;
25 hojihtada Demerara. Sugar ;
,60 hamU Crushed and Powdered Sngara ;
200 laetf prime BI6 CoEfee ;
25 tacks Ltilra Colec;
25 barrels fresh Bice; - r.
SO barrels New Orleans Slolaxes ; ,
200 boxes Proctor k Gamble's Soup ;
150 boxes rarious brandrSotp ;'
1W bores Sur Candles; ' ' '
100 boxes TallowCandles,-haril pressed I
-( 50 boxes fine Chewing. Tobaien; ,,, .
60 gross Fine Cut Tobacco ; ,
' S3 UrrrisSmoilngTob&t&r" "
25 kegs English Soda; lU U '
25 kegs Araerican Soda; . t? .
40,ra-l and 2 Jb. can... (jrgfnj
50 boxes Peppar ;
60 boxes Spice; ' " -"V-' 'i- ' '
SO boxes Indigo ; ' -if t ' -fTY
60 Uixes QrouudXmlarJ ; ,
25 barrels Mason's Clicking;, .
00 boxes ptat, quart and half gallon Dottles
20 boxes Garrett's Snuff;
20 gross Durkee'a Bluing;
25 barrels Bourbon Whisky ,
25 barrels Robertson County Whisky ; ,
100 barrels FoAte Nash Proof Whisky ;
100 barrels Ginger Cordial; - -
15 barrels Ginger Wine ;
15 Ktrreli Sweet Wine ;
60 barrels Grape Vinegar ;
25 barrels Iienion Syrup ; ' -
60 boxesSUrcliJ (
60 dozen Bucktts ; ' -.
50 dozen Brooms; - '...
S000 Flour Sacks ; ' ' ' c '
60 boxes assorted CUoJy ;
Brandy, Bum, Oln, Wluerf, ef Tarlous l.ran.li, at
WKAKLV.V & YAUBHOimil'S.
Ho. 3 North CuUege streot, NashVUle,'Tennesee.
K. R. CnElTOAM.
R. F. WOOD
R. B. Cheatham & Co.
deaIiEUIj ia .
PINE BRANDIES, WINES
(!oi..l2olIeRC. aml.X'Iiurt'li His
KF.Kl: fOSSTASmtY OS HAND
100 bags dioice Kii
125 bbls Crushed,
.ii ana urarn:
140 bbla Cofl'ee Sugar.
50 " jrackerel, No. 1 and 2.
25 " " Ne.3.
150 klu " Ko. 1, 2 anil
200 boxes Star Candle.
125 " Soap (assorted.)
5 Tierces fresh Rice.
25 bbls Cider Vineear.
050' Extra Family Flour, Spring
ueui anu ron xioyai juuib..
100 bbls, i bbls and begs country LarS. .
5 tiercea Xneu liecl.
50 bbla N. ,0. Molasses and Syrup;
50 bbls Sorghum MolaRaes.
10000 bushels Cotton Seed.
Together with an assortment pf
FRESH CANNED FRUITS,
ami "Pepper Sance,
Spices, Popper, ete., etc.
LIQU O B S.
avo.vost which jrrrE
6 J Pipes Fine Brandy,
Hennesey, OtarJ, Dupey & Co.,
PintoCaatillon; vintage, 184954 and?57
3 1 United Vineyard; Proprietors;1850,
ih T?rv-l,ll '
3 Puncheons best Irish and ScotohWhlaky
z i ripes j atnaica Kura,
65 casks Sherry and Port
8 casks pure Malga Wine? ,..
4 Pi pas pure Holland 'Qin,"
75 boxes St. JIarceauz,Cbainpagne,
30 " Cabinet " 4
65 " Heidsick "
125 boxes Claret, very fine.
lObbls "Old Crow," 1855, warranted su
perior to any ever ofiered in Nashville.
185 obis pure Robertson County, old and fine
130 Bourbon, all grades,
23 " Apple Brandy, pure,
8 " Peach Brandy, pure.
Anittet, Curacoa, Absynthe,
Maruschitio, IFawjioo Drakes,
Plantation and Bolters' Hitlers.
and London Club,
fS.OOO Genuine Imported Havana Cigare,
110,000 Baltimore, all grades;
Together with a general assortment of Staple
and Fancy Groceries.
B. B. CHEATHAM fc CO.
novll to jan!5
31 t'OI.I.Efir. St., NANIIVII.I.K.TENN.
IIOMF. ISSURASCK COSIPANY, .
OF .NEW YORK.
Capital and Akki . S3,5Jf,92J
HOME IXSCKASCF. COJIPASV,
OF NKW HATES.
Capital and Assets . tt,20S,0()0
WAS1IIXOTON IKSTJRANCR CO.
OF NEW T0UK.
Capital and Assets , &T5,0li0
JETS A LIFE ISRITUASTCE COMPANY.
, OF nAItTFORD.
Caih Assets f4,6Ql),00O
Trareler's t-ACcldcnt Insurance Co.,
Capital and Asset i7i,0OO
POLICIES WRITTEN ON FIRE AND MARINE
Rllts, and Locsm- promptlr adjusted at this
OSes. Also, applications far Life and AcriaVnt
risks in the abort first class Cosapaalag.
Office of the Travel! np Akcuojt
St. Lbnls 3ntual' Life Tnsurance Co.,
Ip the States of EcntocL. ud Tnnem.
Corner of Vine si net Chnrch ittrrla.
At C. W.-SjaiUi's Pragptera, Kashrllle, Tenn.
nsra-tr JOHN D. KLIKE, Ajfnf.
Gr. BL. SMITH,
ATTOBJET AT IAW,'
OFFIOE. Ko. J,:CherTT ttreet North or
Deadcrick street. . sept 7
V II t .
FOB FALL TRADE
A K KLEGANT AiteOUTMiJKT Or' 1'VEKY
V thing new aud di-siraUe. Our stuck of
1,;iH.u,.aIf-d If "'r la the wuuU j.cUUorereiy
Uiiogipow in ' .. . .
' ,T ......
yELYET, SILK, aud CLOTH 'CLOAKS,
LACK GOO ,
t ; . .. WI1ITK GOODS,:
WKS.".. AX , INDIES' IIXDEKIVEAKJ
GLOVES. ET'.. ETC.
In short, Vtmt thtnjb in our line of l.uslnrw'louglj
njwn the most fa rorablv terms, and at price IM
"i 10 give mil, iaf uon.
,fcrei7tltluff Wi Sell is of the Bes
And will Jy caru out , riirmeutevl.
' It. T- KiniCPAHlflf,
Xo. TiS Cullegs tr-t,
ue tilin-sp ;oid stand as' R. O. HfcNairy 4 Co.
1 . i i i t i
H'UIT fc CC
. ,No. 10 Union Street,)
JJA.VK ON HAND A FINEISTOCKIQF.
I0HN B. EVERETT AND JOHN W.
fj filURHAY, who are cairying- on the hasiness
of the above firm, -would respectfully call tho
attention of their frionds and of the public gene
rally to this stock of NEW GOODS.
Sir. Everett and Mr. Murray are, and affrays
hare been, residents of Nashville or its vicinity,
and consequently are identified in interest with
the people whose patronage they solicit.
Their house is the same occuDied liv J. R.
Everett wid II. K. Buchanan for the period of
fourteen years previous to tne war. They return
to the business again, hoping to share the patron
age of a generous public. To their old friends"
and numerous customers they would say, "Come
and see us," believing that the satisfaction here
tofore given will be a sufficient guarantee for the
Id. II.' LAZIER,
(Late of Lanier, Phillips Sc Co.J
Wholesale Grocer and Commission
AO- 3D SOUTH SIAKKET STREET,
T HAVE JUST RETURNED FROM NEW
L York and Baltimore, where I purchased a
new stock of Groceries, and am now opening nt
my old stand, No. 39 South Market street, where
I will be pleased to see-ray friends and the pub
lio cenerallr. I shall endearor to sell Groceries
at such prices that merchants will find It to" their
interest to buy in Jasavuie infleaa ot going
larthcr. Any business entrusted tome will meet
with prompt attention.
Tho following articles comprise a part of my
stocK in store ana receiving':
Choice P. R. Sugar, extra Demerara Sugar.
Fair to Good Demerara Sugar, Crushed And
Powdered Sugar,- Cut Loaf Sugar, Ground and
Granulated Sugar. A. B and C Coffee Sugar.
Stuart's Extra Syrup, Choice Rio Coffee, La-
guyra Coffee. Old Government Java Coffee,
choice Rice, Wheeling Nails, Bee Hive Syrup,
Clear Sides. Cheese. Pepper. Race GingerSotcc,
Fire Crackers. Star Candles, Soap, Concentrated
Lye, Indigo, Madder, Durkee's Yeast Powder,
Ground Mustard. PeDPcr. Spice, etc: and a
general stock of Liquors ; Copper and Lead
an ot wnicn win be koiu low to tne irnue.
' nov25-3m L. II. LANIER
JOHN D. JAMES,
(Late of the firm of Payiw, James A Co.,) i
-Wholesale Grocer j
X0. 6 SOUTH MARKET STREET,
NASIIVIhliE, TEKNESSEK ',
TVTOW RECEIVINCteAiSiAnOE LOT OF ORO
JLl cedes, cOnsUtlng'Tof Flour, llicon, Edgar,
CoBee, etc '
' Special attention glron to tho saU anil shipment ot
Uotton and oibcr rroince. oetr-ii
Office No. 11 N. Cherry St, near Church
P O. BOX 375 NASHVILLE
TJLAN3. SPECIFICATIONS AND ESTIMATES
X promptly eiccntej. A farletr of Drawings for
'Cottages, Villas, Hot 'ItdESM, QarJens, Parks, 'etc.,
to suit Ml IocrIUIm anil'tastu4 can la awn'at thU
. ' RirrtENcrsr
. John Kirkman. Oeo.S. Kinney. U. II. Thompson
W..T. Berry, A.J, Duncan, Robert Thompson,' and
,41bJ,,W. u. uwu. ... anT'.iv
' s. St. brow; .
GEO. P. BR0TTN,
Lato Chief Clerk Q. M.
S. Bj BfiOWN" & SON.
AGENTS FOB THE
J m 1
COLLECTION OP CLAIMS
No. 115-CImrcli Street,;
P.O. BOX-32C NASHVILLE.
t aiona, Transportation, (rail and rim,) Quar-
.HORSES AXI MUIiESl
Taken from Tcnnes3ean3 and IientacVians! and
used by tho United States troops. Losaof Jlorses
and Equipments or
Officers anil Sbldiers in U. S. Service.
Three months Pav nroner due discharired offi
cers in certain cases, and all similar claims.
promptly attended to.
Recent acts of Congress Jiavo increased the
Bounties nod Pcnsionsdue soldiers or their legal
heira, in certain cases, and placed colored sol
diers and their heira on tho tamo footing as
Correspondents desired in nil portions of the
country, uuiineas sent us uy man win receive
as,prompt attention as if banded u. in person.
Our charges will be reasonable.
RsFiRKSCts JIaj. tlen. Uco. II. Thomas, U.
S. A.: Gov. Win. G. Brownloiv: Hon. A. J.
Fletcher, Secretary of State nfTenmwsco: Wing,
Tobey t Co., Bankers; and First National Bans
of Nashville rand officers generally of the late
volunteer army. nov25-3m
FRENCH BUBR MILL
MILL SPINDLES. MILL MACHINERY!
of all descriptions: Steam'.EnEines, Saw and
unai iuuis, xiuisunc oereir?, cuiuv iukuiuoi'
Belting and Bolting Cloth. Screen Wire,, Mill
Picks. Plaster of Paris, always on bandfend made
to order. All work sold by me warranted. I also'
contract for the erection oft louring Mills.
Corner orCoIIcce nnd Itroiul Street,
june21 ly r
ROBERT L. CARU1EERS, JR.,
AS PERMANENTLY SETTLED IN NASH
VILLK, where ho will pursue tne practice
e Law in all the Courts of the city. Office on
College street, over the Bank of the Union,
adjoining the office of GiBUrnrss St Cooria.
DOCTOR JOSEPH JONES,
(LITE Or ACQC3T1, GIOSQU.)
DE3PECTFULLY OFFER HIS PROFKS
Xi' sional services to the citiiens of Nashville.
Omce at his residence no, 7 riortn vine street.
A Y0DNG MAN HO HAS
teen years experience in the Apothecary
(rue Business, both in Amaric&a i and Ger
and Drug Busine
man houses, would be pleased to accept a sitca-.,
tion, either in the city or country town.
rtvo best oi references. Apply to
S. W. J.
Uoi W aaJhvlllc
IIE'RY J. UIIsEY,
LNGS, made wither without superintendanee
Usee, at the .Maxwell Home,
' "Joax Ovirroy, "dt J. McOa'ks.
W. D. Fultox, E H. East.
i 1 d. - W. ' JB- -I ' '. I I ! i i - I I I I . Ml I I III I - ... -
DEMOYILLE & 00.
r jl liolealc nudKetalli
Comer Church and Cherry Sts.,
ft lSin'ILLE, TE2S..
vini)ow 6la's3JT N
tJOSi GOODS jan
tt Sets, comprislnir
Mtne nnest ajssnrt
i e have n.J
tOcffifliSnlTnil. T.in.eml fill
Coal Oil, Whitl
Coal Oil. WhnTOj.IrSTurpeiitinc. and
Window Qlaj.rallI;r71nnlRr1. ;n n;i . ,h;k
we nre orTerinr nn thiTmVuii'rAssnnttV.itt Amf
. Brandies. W wo?, WhlskicjoI' hfr purest qnal
ity for medicinal pumflSB.
A full stock of Cig-ara and Tobacco, of the best
t Coopers' Shoot and Shred Isinglass, Coxe's Gela
lino Klnirnrinv T' cn!mU c .11 -- i - - ...
whloh the attention of hoaiekeepers is at this
tlmo nnrtijtili..l. t..itJ "
ED. WILDEE & CO.
LP nf (T oa dcq. ip"
"JirE lXAVE,nEMOYKTO OCR A'F.W
And Spacious Warehouse, Marble Front."'
BTorlh Side of Main street,
NEARLY OPPOSITE LOUISVILLE HOTEL,
ONE DOOR BELOW THK COENKE OF SIXTH,
Where we have opened an entirely new stock of
iiooas. ana win suer to tne trajc, tocetner with
DRUGS AND MEDICINES
' 1 ' ' A varied assortment of
Druggists' Fancy Goods
JAouors, Cigars, and Tobacco
Comprising the most complete assortment ia
one house in this country. All of which we
shall offer at manufacturers', andlesa than maim
,tacturers pruscs. mardl aly
B. S. IlAyiLTON-. Jakes R. Geee.v.
Late James R. Green & Co.
B, S. HAMILTON & QEEEN
HQ. 25 CHURCH STREET,
ARE NOW RECEIVING. IN ADDITION
to their present stock, per steamer Havana,
75 bags Coffee,, all grades ;
75 hogsheads Sugar :
50 barrels Coffee Surer :
20 barrels Crushed and Towderod Sugar
XI barrels Uranulated sugar;
200 barrels choice Flour;
50 'A barrels Nog. 1, 2 and 3 .Mackerel !
100 Wis do. do. do.
5 drums Codfish;
50 boxes Herrings ;
A) cases Indigo and Madder;
10 hags Pepper and Spies;
100 boxes Tobacco;
lOOdoien Buckets and Washboards )-
76 boxes Cheese; !
50 nests Tabs ; ,
' 50 kegs English Soda ;, -j, , , f
25 boxes English Soda;
200 boxes Star and Tallow Cnndlea ;
100 boxes Soap;
20 kegs Syrup, very choice;
100 reams Paper;
50 boxes and half boxes Raisins.
KIKE CRACKER AND TORPEDOES
100 boxes. Fice Crackers; . , .
10 boxes Torpedoes.
Snuff, Ovsters, Sardines 'Canned Fruits, B racily
Peaches, Pine Apples, Nutmegs, Cloves, Ginger,
Flasks, Jars, Brooms, Pepper Sauce. Tomato
Catsup, Jellies, etCit etc. 1 1
we also invite attention to our largo stocK o
Robertson and 'Bourbon: YnilnkicH,
Old Port. Sherry and Madeira Wines, Cha'm-
geUraugeKum, Uln, Bud thivcclcbrated
We are constantly replenishing our stock, and
are determined to sell as low as any house in the
D. 8. IIAHIXTOX a- GREEN.
TY VIRTUE OF A FI. FA. TO ME DIREUT-
J3 ed and delivered, from the Circuit Court of
Davidson county, Tenn., 1 will expose to publie
sale, to the highest bidder, forcasb. at tho Court
House door in the city of Nashville, on SAT-
UKDA Y, the ZUl day of December, 1S06, all the
right, title,- claim, interest and estate which
Jason H. Austin has in the following described
tract or parcel if land, bounded as follows t On
the north by Wm. II. Hogan's and George Rich
ards . on tho west by Jure, loung-.vand -Dona!
Clark's, on the south by J. Roache's heirs, on
tho east bv James Hnllowav and Mrs. mht
100 ACRES, more or less; being the land
on which the said Jason II. Austin now lives,
levied on aa the property of said Austin, to sat
isfy said execution in my nanus lor collection
against James It. Oharlton, Jason H. Austin,
and Thomas A. I lams, in lavor oi ueorge iticb
ards November 6. 1830.
E. E. PATTERSON, Sheriff.
By Jno. II. Bl'rkk, Special Deputy.
WHOLESALE ANU EE TAIL
FANUY GROG EST -STORE,
o. lii .-Vurin fillers-' Street,
PANDOIiFINI & IlII'A,
KCU' CONaTASTLV ON HAND A LAHOK
joul, tooniplcla awortmeiit of evarrthlnir iu
tneirilue or tne
VHHV IJlSlT (JU.U.ITY.
r - . ' I
Importers "of Fl-'and" Gonuin
Oeruisn, . it ... -
- " - ' '"Italian and
. . v ... - French
WINKS A IV .L. I (iCOnS,
lV.fv CIQitU. Also, on hand, ths bast
'USHlNtf TOrfvN'Ol 1,11-ly
A :a k i) .
HAVIKOSOLDTOMESSItS.OKE BU03. OUtt
stk of Groceries. Uauors, etc., hre take plea.
sore In recomnMnding tbaia to oar friends and cus
tomers as every way worthy .of thrlr confidence and
patronage. STKATTOir, CUENET A ROY.
C03IM l H -1' N M K R CI 1 A NTS,
Acuta for lh aal or UMismu uiuu 3iu.tr
N03. Hope alius ana niu.iana juaosuuioriBK ..
Company's COTTON TABNS, etc,
S. E. Corner Market and Krnnd Ms.,
sr a b ii v i l l :
Oare re-oprned la the abova- spacious WaivaoKM
where they have eBUvrrra UtUitfca for the starag
and sale of Cotton and Preduc rensrally. and ban
Uur, in addition ts rxent iwary purchasei In Eastera
inarfcats, beaght th sxtnulre jtock. of Ue ri.
Straiten, Cfceasr k Boy on most bvprahlo terns,
they are prepared to oOr to the trad unusual In
3T1TLE XXD FASqt GHOCERIES,
Foreign' and Doraratlr- Wines and
J.tqooit Kte., VAc.
OlMe bdrcrs Wllllfad'ifMrlhetr Intereti'ts tall.
(rnUrs aeecmrjfcnid irttli:tlis eaih w 111 meet prompt
attentlen. ""l.""f -
K. eorntr iireaa aoo jiiaxBti sirevis, asovuja.
lj-O'0'0 ACE E S
(TF C1I O I OL"
Middle TeimcssQe . Xand
iWilhin. .Strtru 31I(ch or
'PIIE UNDBRSIGNED OFMRS FO II -SALE
,-L IjOOojrea of the Tract of Land on-.wiifhj
he reMdes. It H susceptible or canveoimt UlH
sion; is exceedingly Tleh. and is cspcclntlr
adapted to raise. One-half of the tract
u new I u j u A
vdle for more than the wholo land wecld. east.
xi jou uesire one oi tne dci NtoK l&rms
ever offered far 4e ?n Davidson county, apply
at once. I am determined to sell.
. I iTo T. also. & lareft hhthKh. nr 1S,AM...-S-
brcil Stoek-soveralfina Stallions from four
to rixl years ofir, a few JUre, and a number of
onoand two year old Caltssome of them in
unecuuuuian 10 oe inunea toe next season.
If tho Stallions are cotsold soon, they will be
farmed on favorable terms.
I also offer for sale n pair of Thorough
bred Geld loss, well matched and broke to
Harness. Y. a. IIAUUIAG.
The loukvillo Courier,' Augusta Constitutten
alist. Mobile Advertiser and Register, cony to
theamonntoftaaand forward bills to this Office
Great Clumcery Sale
.Barrow's' Ilouses and lots.
TNTURSUANCE OF DECREES OF THE
X Chancery Court Iff the consolidated eases of
J. H. Kendriek and others rs. W. 1! arrow, I will
sell at public auction, on the premises, oa
Thursday, December 27, 1SCS,
the three fine dwelling houses on Cherry street,
at and near the corner of Gay street. These
houses are well built conveniently located for
business men, and each house contains six good
rooms, besides kitchen, servants' rooms, etc.
ALSO, the three small dwelling houses in the
rear of the above, on Gay street. Kaeh of these
houses contains six rooms, and is well suite.' for'
ji small family.
ALSO, the vaeant property on the corner of
aummoraua i.ine streets. This property will
be divided into six lota four en Bummer street
and two on Line street. Two of the Summer
stroet lota front eachSH feet, and rmi back 125
feet. The other two front eaeh 35 feet, and rnn
back 176 feet. The lots on Line street front 35
feet each, and run back 71 feet.
THE TERMS of sale of all this property will
be one-fourth cash, and the residue aa credits
of six. twelve, eighteen and twenty-four months.
with interest from day of sale. tes. required,
with personal security, and lien retmneil.-" Sale
iree lrom redemption il.JJ. UU W KllL,
decfi-td a & M,
CHAN C EHf
VAIiUABLE PROPERTY JN
BY VIRTUE OPA DECREE OFTHEHon
orablo Chaneerv Court at Columbia. Ten
. nessce. at the September Term thereof 1SCC, in tho
case or J. u. (jnurcn vs. .iamcs.il. narweu,
rrlll nroceed to Sell to tho highest bidder at th
Court-house in the town of Columbia, on Satur
22 tl Day of December next
That valuable nrppc-rtv known as the
Methodist School Property
Situated in the town or Columbia, Maury county.
Tennessee, containing about seven nrre at lami
upon which there u a-
And other imiirovementi-.n ill suited forSchooI
purposes: and the same will he sold on a credit of
jooe, two anajnreo years, witn in tgrnsi irom uaic.
Excopl the sum or SS 0 ia cash. Tho purchaser
reduired to execute notowith approved security
and a lien retained for the purchase money, and
will bo sold free Irom rmitor redemption,
nolt-td J. L. WILLIAMS. C. and M
15.0 TOWN, LOTS
ri t ' -t 11
rinE. TULLAH0MA TOWN COMPANY
On the 31st Day or Dceerabcr,
Offer at public sale, and continue from day
dav until all are sold. all .these, beautiful Lots
'herctoforb "reserved and unsold. Imi which aro
eligibly situated for family residences, and many
convenient lor business nouses.
To those who dosiie a summer residence, or
dolurhtful dwelling-place, thissulcpresents great
attractions. The locality ofTulIahoma. with
population ot lrom tw to l.uw inhabitants, on
the Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad, at th
terminus qf the McMinnville and Manchester
Railroad, in Cetfce countr. and on tho table Ian
of the Mountain District of Tennessee, isiof nn
surpassed salubrity and pleasantness. iAll the
.comforts aad applianses of high civilization, 'af
an orderly, wdl regelated, moral and religious
.community, and good sehoels: the purest of
water, chalybeate and sulphur, in the town site
THE TERMS OF SALE -
Are a creditof sir or twelvemonths, except the
sum of tea per ccat. to- be paid dewn on day of
sale. Bend and security required, and a lien on
the lots retained. Maps of the town and or the
lots for sale to be seen on application to mo at
my Douse in milnnoma.
' WM. MOORE. Agent,
decll-td Tallahoma, Tenn.
SMITH, PH & STARK
COTTOJf AND TOBACJCO
No. 3 Son tli Miirkct Street,
a. t. sutnt. Logan county, Ken tacky. ,
thos. riB m. late W. J. i T. Parke.
i. B. stars, Tuscaloosa, Alabama. ' '
TTAVINO TATTRV TJTR AnnVlWTlB.
JLl HOUSE, we are prepared to dd aOeneral
Commisaion Husiness, andwfll keep ott!Hitly
uu uauu a large supply ot
Ull.VlA, tic, I.IP., .
For the Trade at LOW PRICHSf
rtHlniIIe CJotfon Murkel.
It Is a generally 'admitted fet that the planjww
UinteJ in Toluieiri nlMnf lelnnpiil Aitim'
reservlngtho privilegenf rejectfng:thebet bid if
not satisfactory to the Planter. Km riven
saiisiaetion, ana uniformly Cttasedl'rodure o
Sell Higher than Any Other Method,
and believing that thiswill prove eoaallv aasalii-
faetsry in Cotton irt Tobaeco, Meter. Smith.
ronriuueu uj ausjpi.iau, puin. '
ITS AHVAXTAOUS ARK .VU.UERtiUM.
It draws toeother all the hurim in tt,U an,!
many other marsfets, tho competition betweeff
wnom insures loeaiiignest market price fer eaeh
bale offered. Hash bale is before the buytr.so
tbathe can teeJUondition. with a sample fully
drawn, showing itsualitv.
a The ownjrctUier in person, or tbreugh
his agent, has flencht to reject the sale when
the price is ifet satlsfactory.-tt
These advantares are secured to the Planter
with the same expense of selling as under the otd '
system, rna universal satisfaction given to all
who have ever tested this system is proof that this
is par o;tcelleE9 tho best that can be had.
II. B. PJTjUMSIER & CO.,
F)REIGN AND DOMKCTIC GROCERS,
Masonic Temple. Chiueh street, are receiv
ing the most attractive rteek of Fine GnMerlee
ever offered in this market. Cone and see us if
yon want fresh, clean geeu. We hare Sugars,
Uonees, Teas, x lour, iiaeen, smoked and Piekled
Fish, Hominy, Riee, Crackers. Baekwheat.TuW.
Cheese. Mncearnet. Lemons. Oranres. (Jelatfse.
Jellies, Canned FruiU.U lager Preserves, Shaker
Preserves, Freneh Preserves, Oyster?. Capers,
Olives, Pine Apples, Seedless Ralstos, Figs. Cor-
aais. citrons, mines, ututr. uur, baiau t ream.
Xpyr.'JSre Craekers, orpa. etc., etr. Hut
why try to eadmerate?
li e nave
oa want, fresh and ehean. Cona and see Ms
nay. Unless trom the eoaptry tor
eods earefullv ulled.
2w Masoaie Tewpte. Church atrre
AKEE0YD. & D0BS0N,
ABO H. l' T K C T s.
M. W. COIt. OJtUKlll ASI) HIGH 3T4,
Nashville fi-Mf. 'Ux& JTtfrfneJwee
(LANS, ELETATIONri, HaWTIUXe, FULL, i
lUrvl IMail lrawlnzs. apd SfMCtAeaiioas. eem.
for every class ef BeclMUstkal, Clfil aad PosattKiJ
ng. Aise, oMgBri
Monrtracnts, . Stalnod Ola-ss. and Pola-
r enromatte uecorauon. f t tji
n SU-R' A' F 3 E.
tKiaTi 11 e"aad Fire
'Under ffie; riew, charter, s now oe'u.tV'bu
AT N0i4 NORTH COLLEGE STRK
Next doer to earner of Union street.
JOSEPH T. AEiEJT.k Presidnnt.
A. TV. IICTEEU,' 'Heeretaryi
f . iDIRSCTORS.
-John JK Hill,' "
0. A. 11. Thompson.
Daniel F.. Carter.
Wafsoa 31, Cooke.
Jflha B. Johnson-
Samuel affleer. Jl
n W. Terfftss"
R. H. Cheatham, A. G. Adams,
Josepn W. Allen.
Joseph.. 0. Eye,,
GENERAL C0LLECTIX0 AGENT
Offie. Martin i Piakard. East Side PuWie
Square, Columbia. Teanessaa.
TS PREPARED TO MAKE ABTANOW; ON'
X .Gotten and Ship to the most rcliahl Commis
sion Houses fa hew York. CInaj snail. N'nw Or
leans, and Hasavllle. Orders ler COTTON or
other Produse will reoeivo prgmpt attention.
Collectloiia made, andjnroeeeds ramttted
promptly 1 JWSKfU O. KiJ
HPH 0. RYE.
Important to Travelers and Snippers
I.OUISVII.M5 AND THE EAST
GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY
Is now in fall and successful oporstien
Brmn, Oinokmuli, to JS'm YorI? otm, &
And is the only direct route ta the
tOil iCczious of Pennsylvniila.
Connections are mode with .
JafferSonville and Ohio ami Mlitinnl Railroad
via beymour, Jeffersonville and Indianapolis and
Col. Rrailroad. via Urban : Louisville nnd Lex
ington and Kentueky Central llailroad, -via Cin
cinnati ; I . S. Mail Lln Steamers ria CinciqnatL
Two Tliroucli Trnins Daily.
Passengers by the Broad Gauge Railway secure
wiae ana comiortabie ears, 'quick time, ami sure
Throurh Tickets and Baggage Checks can be
procured at all tne principal Railroad and bteam
boat officers in Louisville and theSontb. .'
D. McLAREN. Gen'l Suj.'U
R. V. FULLER. Gen'l Ticket Airent.
I. D.CoU. PassengerAgent.) No.25F6urth street
vir.cot,LtSB-, freight Ag-nt, j Louisville, Ky.
First clasa Note Paper at $8 00 per ream.
First class Letter Paper, at $1 00 per ream.
First class Foolscap Paper, at $1 00 per ream.
First class Lrgal Cap Paper, at $C 00 per ream,
Freneh Note Paper, irr VZ ream hoses. 31 00 po
ream. WM. GAMBLE 4 CO..
nov20tr M Cherry street
Ifi fi Aft SUATE : PENCILS, in
boxes, at 3) cents per 100.
Best French copying Ink, (purple.) it 26 qtbot.
Best Freneh eopj Ing Ink, purple, at6pt. bot.
Best Blaok Ink. at 50c. pU boU
Arnold's Ink, nts. pts. 8or. -for, and 3nx.
WM. GAMBLE Jt CO..
nov20tr 25 Cherry street,
J ENVELOPES, atilanufaeturers Priees; trans
lt portation only added, a largo stock of al
Sties and qualities. .
"WM. GAMBLE 00
nevSr-t( - 'X College street
' FOR SALE.
iIIH LARQIWT STOCK OF BLANK BOOKS
Mediesl-ilooks. and all kinds ot
Stationery", at prices llfwer than any old stoak.Iat
GAMBLE A CO.
. 35 Cherry stroot.
fi dei. Calf Poeket Rwks. at ft W per doi.
36 dot. Morseo Poeket Books at i per dor.
35 dor". MlWfo Peeket Beoks, at $6 00 per dc
'4C0 Photograph Albums. 16 picture at'40 cents."
3D greai EsterWeek's Steel Pew. at 76cvpr. gre.
WM, GAMBLE & CO.
novap tr SS Cherry Street.
rpilE SPLENDID PROPERTY ON TENNE3-
X HKK JUVTSlt, known a tne
IjOsir iHlaud Plantation.
cdntftlninir SIX ntrVDRED AND FORTY
ACRES, of which aboa". two hundred, seres are
aleared and ia cultivation, four hundred acres
are on the Island in the Tennonsee rivar. over
whroh the Nashville aad Chattanooga Railroad
passes.. About sixty ,-tcres are on the north side
nf thftrivf.r. rtuI Inrlmlinwmin nf the best build
fng sites in the town of Bridgeport, the toll is of
the very riehert quality ofrirer bottem land, aad
will produce in great abundance, Ofttanl Grain
and Grass. This nronarty must ultiouiely beeom
or great value, it will be sold for tasn. or or
aceoramodatiaff terms. For further information,
ANDERSON'. JOHNSON 3c SMITH.
Reel Estate Aients. Kashville.
Tennessee, inevit tr
W. t. LiVKXTlKt.
Of V irginia.
Pace, Lavendor & Harper.
Cotton , and Tobacco Factors,
General Commission Merchants,
t ' Jiii. 50 tnlon 8tret,
SKW ORI.KANN, I.A'
Has wmjinetly located at '
SO. 1!2 NORTH (Hir.KUY .STREET.
He has just reeeired from New York .one of th
Dbeet STOCKS OF GOODS ever brought to th
oity ' feblS-
if. w'. utwii.
JI. V. eilUtN'OORE,
a. d. nsY.
Lewis, Comingore & VreSt,
, . . AND GENBJIaV
SO S! IMIKDIDO STKEET,
-i J " -
0 E HE'-EJL
HAS THE nONOR Tf) IN
FORM hi old friend and
tormer wUrorrf. that hu sareee
are at theirr'.aiiaand. at the offiee'
f the United Ntntr Wiirvrror or ran
torus, corner or Broeul a nil Front Htsu
(Bori Pilm' eldolEee. NhTille,Tean.
V- A I
JKWEI.nT.gf allk ad.
Watchols n-ni Jowolry
Hataal fisr Vhe jjtfage we hare received fo
UMmrMreaMPWe iraM. Srltteatkn to bnil.
nee. tmerit a entinaanc.v J
E. L. TAROB0K & BRO.,
49 TTslM street, lisoad dear frem Charrr.
i . m mv
SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE
Jas. A. McOlure,
33 Union Street,
And "Wholesale ad Betait Deafer Ut
11 A XOS.ORG A XSA XI
Aline befn tae oldast ami WxrMi Host
jn the-eeuBtry. paraeaen ma. alwuya d th
lajTreJt stock to steet frees..
Orders filled with prompt, aad MtatfdetUn
aad Plane Tjr. tM awsbw. Ufeiiawed kr
ttepalriag ef.all kiasfa UyLubaX lsxten-
aeat. dtjee at asy
. uifuc ay oom. ax raaMa ra
FAENSWOETH & 0LABK,
Corner Obcrry nniMfnlou Sis.
irartfortl Insurance Co.,
Cash AaeU... ,41,172,430 69
Arctic InHurance jTJonipanj'
or saw roec.
Cash Afleetau jfcll.OOe 0
A'orlh Autcrionu Inurance Co.
OT XWC T4MC.
Ca.ih Asset.. .$tftl,3 57
Colunibin Iusurauee Co.
Cash Capilal...'. $030,600 00
Continental Insurance Co.
. ,vmr vswwj
Canh Aet....f ..llpji! 00
Seenrity Invnrance Conipnny
nr itw tsmk. "
Cash AwK 5.i)l 92
Xortlnreslern lilTe Insurance
Cash Asucts...... . ?1,3W,W)0 AO
r DSSHS PROMPTLY ADJUSTED ANU
1 J paid at this etae. Marine aad ore Risks of
all classes aceettted at rates graduted t tke baa
We offer a tnedluw ef sfc aad areHaMe in
demnity s eeead to dmc,
- nr8 pelfeies at LOWaTBT XATW with no
restriticio4 aa te Iravet-w htttade.
JcH'erHon, St., ZVorth Xtwilirllle,
ARB PRERARBD.TO TAKK CONTRACTS
for all work la their line at tew IM lowing
named priees :
For rubbed or" dreveSiHeer S4epe..ier aa-
perflial feet - 8! 25
For bush hammered work. d 1 oo
For Klaggiag, de 75
For Curbing per ruaaiac faet 1 OO
HUGH McOREA &rCO.t
a. ' ' ii a JuxToar 'cjo..
Cotton and' Tobacco Factors,
FORWARDI2W AND GQAlillflglON
"I -. , C
Mnrtfct'-Strqct; - : yawliHc.
' thu-. J kilt,
MUIE UNDER&tONW) IIAVIXU TAKEN
X the above Warahousi. wilt pureawe aad
sell Cettoa, Tsbaeee. Baeoa, Lard, or any ether
P red ace, oa Cemmiseioa. Piaateai fisreriag us
with their business may rely ea g4Uiaj( the high
est market price for their Produce. Our charges
'all be as lew as any house ia the ettr. Should
out old frienda favor hs with ofdeat M Ckeeeries.
they may rely oa haviae (seds MresWed at the
lowest market prfae. ft e wlH gwe oJt atltation
ta goods ferwanled us frrna stfier eitfes. Saip
pen may rely oa aavicjs their goods forwarded
priraptly by the first train or boat after their ar
nval. Our office ia on Maskat ainwit. 'srfciwa th.
oh! beoks of Hbbk McCba ilr Ca. us 1m
by these Interested. -.
Hoping rer a share of jniWle peiMaoga, wesab
senbe ourselves. e4
laalJ Hut H MCSBA Si CO.
Wv respeclfully. iatrodaee lt -tr. aM tHeads
our sueeesese la hcasaj.HiKtit McCen A Co.
who eoatinuo the CamnsMstaa ImsTnaw at oar
stand, NV 21 South Jfatket Street.
Our own effieo is Xo. 23 Cotteee Skoet. whsre
we hope alt parties who are iadetad to us will at
eaee fait aad pay their aoeoaate aow.dae, aad all
parties whs bare asur eiaiaM acaiaaltss wiN are-
seal them ferpaysteat. as w wwii to aW a our
beMaess at aa early iter.
jaats-rly A. HA.niUlW x W,
HAVr-iSMf ". BHaaitr
t ; i
STRATTOjN , CH EN EY-'&ROY.
No.H lirouil St. uhUv11Ic,
HAVING 80L11 OVK JtXTtRK iWCK Oi
QrseMias ta MoaaaOaa Bbss'sl will In
future purettue- awl sett
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE
ENTIRELY OX COM.HMer.ON.
PlTtileri may rely aroa oar best eWrte ta ettB
the HIGHEST JtAHKET RATES for
their Produoe. Aad shaid or Mefids larar m
witii orders fer Groeerfes. they roar rwt aesared
of bariajj good paresMseil at the EOtfEST
ilaviag ea of the lret waroh oases ia tbo
esty, oar snlMe sVr tKa STOICtOK OF
COTTOX AMTOn.iCCO awasnmasssd by
any hoase in Uie Snath. We have aad wtM keep
enbasda largesappty .rf BAUUINU AND
HOPE, and several kiade of IKO.V TIES.
wbUh we ogisroawoetreasonaMa terms.
Wr will siinks Ibo matter of Rrrclvtit
ami Forwrarillnff Cocnla st HpeelaltT
I" our bnilnntM. aad aM Hoadiaomigaed t
mfcrBe Shipment wMbeoa apoa aeotva-
at the Wharf or Do; ptoanrty lovwaal at Ik
least expense to the owners
Liberal Ail rnn ee mnde on Con-