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Blank LEASHrQ mot approved lerof the Deackjrick street property, which form, beMtifdlIjriitear'lllent pi- I recently burnt orer. runaiiig lkoa!y r .Vwtt JL ' forty fret, to Mr. John Wherley, for one lor, fcf falefaktbk98Ht . , 'aml fift Jrfiar8 p. foot. The CUltTBR Dn jaTK-tw.tfcR hve ; terms werapash dawn, aiid the Bdeiiji . . ntdered a Vety Rood one. ft is thf purrKfce, wiunntr rirfM nxnmitHi mimjM. mum. lti , 71 - , -rf fc i ropliaiepapjngznaaioneawi uratyw, . by wy441gtr.orjB6ff. jtt -the of We Union asd DifVATCii. 1 JfcW Advert Iseinott.. We KMeafleHlto the Howin"gJCHliH'- , ilwmenta whtehHHMAr in this wwrnincV : paper for Uia first Uwe. it .raadsr jp referred tihera in aaoAeroolawnfi ' Kewsm, Glover & Co. want agent to sell tien. Dake'a "Morgan's Oavalrjr," a book of much inters. Also, to solicit ap plioaeU for irnumnce erslockagaku theft. An office may be rented on application at No. 36 Cedar street. " Falrriow" fine Farm ein be rented at & low price from Geo. H. Shield. Valuable roal estate will lo soli on Tuesday, Jan. li, by ArHngton & Farrar. Two large stores on. Market street are for rent. Apply to John L Lea, Aamall farm in Middle Tennessee, wtk iajprovementa.cati be soM to A. J. Motmt cartle, Mossy Creek, Eat TmAewm. The Fenian Brotherhood will hW regH lar meetings at their hall every Thursday evening at 7i elocV- ..... A large stook of drygoods will lw sow at auction to-day nt 10 o'clock, by 8. D kenspeil, at No. & Onion street. J. L. & K. VT. Rtwu, sgeotc, offer in ducements to these wfing to rent or pur chase valuable property. Good wages and s coiufertaWe home will ba given a rwgre womaa who can do good house work. Apply at this office. Applv to Bobert Ev, o. 8 Deaderick street, it yon wish to rent a dwelling ho-we &ik! frrooflnF- The prtoonip of Bryan & Bro. has beendiaeolved, Mr. Charles Bryan contin uing the bueineis tAoae. The eky up U a he kur last niight was romatkaWy quiat C HAcsi-OR Camdi.l Imis iot yet rendered a dedsiow io her the AYatkins will cose or that of the Metropolitan Police. iNM BONDi. J. 1. Kexiord ami L. C . Stow wereyestisslay pt under lnunk by Esquire Pattereoa to keep the peace. By the upsetting frf A'stoge at Gallatin, Tuesday, Col. MeCiain, of Carthage, was Iwdly, ami neveral others slightly, hurt. J. F. MoRPOMB, Esq:, an old and re ajiected citiien vf Warre county, is o a vi'itto Nashviile. VawJm having a amall farm fer sale, will see an advertisement of A. J. Mmint cattle, Mowy creek, Bat Tennessee. The Oe-lennade'Bnilding is reeeiving an other tenant. W.- Freeman, Bsij., is re moving his ete-ck of wall paper, blinds, etc., to th e rooms two doors from Riddlcberger's. Mokhitz RuDOLrn was shot and mor tally we-twded, near the Greenland we track, Louisville, oh Thursday last, by Le opold Frwnluirtz. Tny wetlier moderated ooiMsiderahly yesterday, ami last night the temperature was not iiMideasABt. We should not lie surprised, to see a fatfsd soaking rain, in a few days. A shower U much needed in this city. Nkxt Thursday ercniHg at "Jo'i'loek, the Circle of the Fenian Brotherhood in this city will meet at their old hall on College street. See advertisement. It is desirable to have a full attendance of member- M Wra.M", a oomrtable, vas robbed Mon day uight in front of his residence in Lou it ille, by a couple of rumans, one of wlwm felled him to the ground by a blow upon the head. Nashville of&eers are too wary to be picked up in that way. 1 ire. There woe a fire in Louisville, Tuesday, on the 2fortkwtt oernor.of Ninth and Walnut streets, but was extinguished before much damage was done. Loss about $5,000. Dr. Matt J. Ujck was shot and instantly killed in Tmktigee, Ala.., lsst ThursdB.v, by Mr Batt Clark. Dr. Rice was a talented wnng physicau, ami Surgeon of the 17th Alalwiiia tWriog the late war. SiioKMAKKR was beibre 'Squire Ihien, vesterday, on a suit to recover tle value of a pair of shoes he had sold, one of which "gave out" after a eonpleof days' wear and tear. Judgment went against the eop.l wainer, and he refunded the morey paid for the shoes, paying the cot in addition. A Chaxck Fo Somebody. Major Lith gow, of Ioaisrille, ollera to architects a premium of $600 for the best plan for a new three-story building for city office, to be ereoted at the corner of sixth ami Jefler toa streets. Where are you Xaahville architects? Drtx axb Dctt. YetUrday was a dull and dusty day. But little business was transacted outside of the cotton ware houses. The Magistrates' courts were de voted almost exelueivelv to litigation, and nothing ooenrred in the Cisncory Court of pumic interest. (jikatham ami Beauregard, ex-Kebel Major OWerala, and the Congressional radicals now in Xow Orleans, have been having gay times. Ben. Wade will re quire reeaiwtruotioH. Xatimal JitpuUiea. Gen. Cheathmu wasn't there. He has been having a pleasant time in Nashville amongst his old irieods. The negroes of Nashville were not alone m their celebration of PmolaMMlkm Day. In GaHatfn, Memphis, Louisville, ami other iiaees, the ooJered people were not lc-s enthusiastic m their oemonsirauons in li.inor of the memorable day. llkH unM MHltoiior.v, Newspaper ftfi MnejejaiW. fnr sole by J no. ork, 38 Linimi st. je .1 - I . -w . Tin: police force of Ixmisville numberx tighty-nlne, Win. Kaye luring chief. During the past six months the arrevta tomM IflSMfi amosmiM to urtt; of these, sis hwsxired wA eighty-twn were for lelomef. I be satftnes of the jtolioe amwmt to neur t,Wm HsooUily. lUlI.HOAP lJtTTOKNU. Th liouisville and KaAville Hailioed (VmpMiy declares a ral (MvWoml of fcmr jer cent, estt of the eaistitm ef tl road for the six months endinc Decefltber SI, IMC, which will be IwyoHM on atH4 sMr tM 1st itey ot l ettrM ry, lew. DirBAsci.--The driver, Pat Morris, who wm asms lad for ramMtg his Mreet car agMHst Mr. John K. (Hoaves's horse ad k Hooking Her hoik lterse and rider, wm discharged aHerau exemimitioH of the ease yesterday by Heronler Foster. He was not to blame. DwAtKrtt. The awgiiger train on the Nshr1U(ti:m1 OmMsmoagft Ibsilroad, sW here at LtM jK. M., slid Mt orri ve yester day until UmH lr.li. It was detained by a fretftitt liiu whjeh wnn off the track between wis jttace aid MutfreewJwo No (UmitfM to the null eky Itmm. , TnffcTV-FiYi: North (Yjixmo k rHtner, t the HiMHbfr f K CS. ThompMHi's a lw mid re-4ailrui. JJ,e eMablishMent is eleyustly faMhH(, m ntftM mWi iht bm t esserrthiisc good to et wtHgk tbr mo licet nfbr-V Mr. T.'s cuu m iMtliiiii tkMsMsr sW. ltnch daily rrotw IoTa. m. Wf! cegtrt to hw of the imm Uy sW at a vdMMe Idork of storm m ilnotovilUt, Alk. TKe Hide eky ooakt to W Mrawided m sOoieMt sW iMHiiiint 3 IM tttzfastt. The 4mv Wm. ska tM A. JpJsWaH JojsJ JHlllk PMMmJ Ohmw jgw are Pot esaV more slassiivf best flfeosjwr. nr tie ,; --! r t--i f i I 117 : f Msr. Calender & Garrett, reVl "T MaiSflfc Calender '& Garrett, ' esitrte sM-iU. yesterday sold the rewa'm- ... , . .. we UDilerswBflL 04 tne prcMser iq improv the property -SrowesHeAelji. Ltt IU? work go mi. 0VEBcoAGiAgenUean residing ... m , night, ami on striving at Jieme hung his ovM-nont. a mw asd etewHt. oee. on the rack in the hall. Wlieo lie got ready to re turn down Wfwn. It was raiisiitc and has not sinae been hoard of. Some thief has it. May his eenseiefiee keej him on the rack until he makes restitution. Correction. Tlie butohers' stall rented to Mr. A. riyors,lTmiy,'wynocKd dff to him at $1,450. The types made us give the mm, In one pkee, $446, ami in. aa&tlier, Sl4 50. Mistakes will oeeur in the "beet regulated" printing offices, and ,ar.egen erally venial. Is Pate. A c i pie of young wdmen, handsomely dressed, availed themselves of the genial amfhine,'yeterdeyc to enjoy a promenade. Of course, they passed along Cherry street to see the sights on the KiehoJeon pave. AH the gentle sex are partial to Cherry street now. As the young women of whom we speak approached the corner of Union and Cnerry streets, they were met by a colored gentleman bearing a pot of paste ; and he very politely stop ped aside to give them room to pass. But, ales, as hedidso,iie stepped on a batch of ice fell, and emptied the contents of his paste pot upon one of the smiling creatures.' Her fine silk dress, messed with paste, was a shocking sight ; but she bore the inflic tion wkh a good measure of philosophy. No doubt she was consoled by the resec tion that she was not the first of the sister Itood tltat had shone in paMe. llrnwidgoftfic Opera House Art Assa- ciniton. From the Chieaso Jouruul. The preparations for this important event, which will be a sensation, are rapid- r progressing. Ilie following frentlcmen have been invited to join the Awarding Committee, for the purpose of representing their respective cities, and have accepted the iuvilation : R. E. Dennuon, President Howard Na tional Bank, Boston. David Pnlnfer. of Puhmht A Pawon, Boston. Charles P. Sliekner, President Massn- soit Bank, Fall River, Massachusetts. Samuel Caatner. coal merchant, J runty building, New York. it. M. iiedden. late cashier, t, rot on Na tional Bank, New York. , Colonel Wm. B. Thomas, Hour merchant, Philadelphia. Caleb JL Needles, drtiggigt, Philadelphia. Richard Smith, of L. Johnson & Co., type founders, Philadelphia. alter Incersoll. cashier of the National Insuranee Bank of Detriot. K S. Rowse, of Gavender & Rowse, Bankers, St. Louis. Some of the banks and a large number of the leadieg mercantile firms in this city are assisting Mr. Crosby by sending out ironosals for olnlw to their correspondents. The sale of certificates is progressing most satisfactorily, and confident iiopes are entertained by the management that every certificate will be disposed of. Finn at Huntsvii.le, Ala. A Block of Stohk Houses Bdhnt On Saturdav n.orninir last, the fine block of store houses on the north sidi of the Public Square, Huntsville, Aba., owned by J. J. Donegan, l-.. .1 ... ...1 I... T 'Pl. !.,.. were all occupied. Wo lear Sm the Induemlml that the block cost about $HO,000, and was insured for $20,000. The stores were occupied by Messrs. Donegan & Mastin, Col. J. W. Burke, and Messrs. Johnston A Seats, as grocery stores. They had all heavy stocks, and their losses will lie heavy. A large amount of the goods were removed from the burning minding, but were injured by removal, ami many articles were stolen by thieves, of which there seemed to be a large number on hand. The Mavor sent word to Maj. Oc- cleston that the goods were being taken away, and that officer promptly sent a guard to protect lha property. Mesers. Uonegan M JUastin liatl about $35,000 worth of goods, and were insured for0,W0. Uol. IJurke had about 000, partly insured. Messrs. Johnston & Seats had from 20,000 to $25,000, and were insured for about $8,000. Messrs. Mayer, Bone & Co., who had a . groecry stare in a framed building on the east side of the Donegan block, lost heavily m the removal of their stock. I lies. li. Winston & Co., in the White block, also 1 ot by removing their goods, as did J. Well. The White Nock.; atthe Wesi corner of the Square was in danger, but was Saved by the exertions ot the liremen. J. lie old Democrat office was also in great danger, the reef of which was on fire several times, but It was extinguished the roof was slightly damaged by the falling walls. It seems impossible to learn tne origin of the lire, It was first discovered in the third story of the store-room occupied by Mesrs. Donegan A Mastin, but gained headway so rapidly among the combusti ble materials in the building that it was impossible to arrest lU progress with the limited supply of water nud inefficient en gine. The loss is a heavy ene to the gen tlemen owning and occupying the building, and is a calamity that is felt and regretted by our whole city. Where once a mag nificent building stood, nothing now re mains but smouldering ruins and blackened walls. It may have been, and doubtless was, the work of nn incendiary, but it is impossible to tell. Tin Mimtier CoBiily Military-Arreiits. The JVessaiuf Time of yesterday givts the following account of theaction of Judge Harrv of Gallatin, in the case of several citiseos of Sumner, arrested by military and turned over to the mil authorities, the civil court will do justice. All concerned mav rent assured of that. Ilobert Hester. Jamas Purtle, Wallace Webb. Pavre and McLaughlin, citUens of Sumner county, were arretted several days ago, by order of General Thorna, to an Mwer for offenses upon which the oivil au thorities had failed to apprehend them. Hester is charsred with . tho murder of James Bugg, a colored man, wmetlung over a year ago, ami Payne and McLaugh lin as beintr accessory to the crime. . ., r. -li." i -i i t. l unie H is auegeu, uiuiuou-u owim Warren, also a colored man, in June last, and Webb is hold accessor' to this biTcnse. The order for tbearrct was issued by Gen. Thomas, upon affidavits taking through the uuir a! t ho Freedmen's BureAU. and up on being taken, the parties were brought to this citv to await tle action of the civil authorities of Sumner. Judge Barry, Cir cuit Judge of that district, having indicat ed his readiness to hold an examination of these cases, the prisoners were taken to Gallatin last week, ami turn oil over to the cuatodv of the Sheriff. The oximtnatMMM at otupe commenced liefore J mice Barrv. and were coutnmed since last Saturday the last case being dis posed of yesterday. Upon tlie first named chare. Hester was held to Iwil on the sum of $6,000 for trial at the next term of court, tm the aoreaworie Pwvne and McIughHti in s Wint bond of It, TOO. thi the charge ot Killing warren, I'unie nas reoiigniied to the same court, his bail being pttt at ifiWand ebb s as aecos. Mrv. at $1,000 In the trial of these casus, Jude Barn' took occasion to hJckty cnn4iww the military aiuhoriiies tor their promptness IP maKinp; ifrrw m iimil atiu ir- wwi mm. maiHMr ih whim they had iMotiargest ati the duties devolved iipoci them in connec tion with the affair. He also talked in Klein tens to the peo id of .Stusmer county in relation to the lmrlessness which has been allowed to orwit there. He said that these thimrs must ceae, and that he was edy to devote his life to tlie restoration of law and order. 'ome people eomsHaiaetl ot the mitlMry Idit if (be eoii of the couoty WtHld not attempt to bring oft'odew sgalnst tWlftws to iullce. it Was tight ami proper tluit the militaff should no ho. Thb &tm stand of Jitde Barry, we are ;Cirm.l haviiw a rood effect in that hitherto lawless region, and it is toported (hot mm of tho worst mew, including Her- ir. hare left tlie eoniitir. Cha plait) Lawrence and Qtit. WaUi re prrwxitel the Bureau at the cxaminalsoo. lTXtKAI, IXVlTATIOJu. TU Ma4s f Xia. LesktMsM an Mfl te 4ssMt the fhestsJ ef her srfiir, Miss Joss rsMsw LsosssBcxTO-BAT ti e'etee. at th MeKealree Ctmrek. IHrtoe MKHsekf Br. ommm. & .4 . k It 7TTT1 roster dieposed yeaterday of m even doien of cases. Jack Allison, for disorderly conduct, wis fineilS9ad costs. , . ; .' ''.t-l Sallie Puckett, for seme efftnee, fined same amount, i i ( , . i Abuer Link, Richard Hennessey, John Burton and William Bradv. were up for J! -JM' 1..J rrti l!.1.. . .if." uisornenv conuirci. av uin iu un charged, whilst Ihirton and Brady were fined $30 and costs eaoh. These are the four soldiers that were arrested Tuesday night for rude and boisterous behavior in . Mike Foley's ssioon, refusing to iay..for drinks they had called for, and for assault-, ing'haekmen. The evidence showed that Link and Ilennessy hdd committed no punishable offence, and they were let off. There was no doubt whatever of the guilt of tftcther braac. rones, for dieerderly conduct, was. fined $50 and costs. Laura Page" and Mahala Guy,tfor same" ofTeuce in a modified form, were fined each S5 and costs. ArmMtead Neln, same o Hence, du chareed. N. Ohuming, drunk and disorderly, $5 ' ana qpsts. ;. . Pat. Morris, driver of a street car was up for careless driving. On Tuesday afternoon his car collided with a horse ridden by Mr. John B.GIeaves, upset him, and dam aging Mr. G. somewhat near the. right eye. The accident at flm promised tb bo serious to both horse and rider, but they got off with only slight bruises. The evidence showed that the driver had not been rcmiw in Ihs duty, and he was discharged. SPECIAL NOTICES. Ure NtoeK IiisumMCPCoiiiany. Oflieo Tennesee Lire Stock Insurance Company, Gs.1- latin. Deeomfeer 31. I'M. Dr. Jko. S. Diios Kingston Springs, Sir: In accordance with your request, I hare, instructed our stents, Newsou, Gloves. Co.,in Nashville, to pay you one hun dred and twelve lc liars, that bsinetho amount due you. fer a raare insured (in poliey EC5), aesinst theft by us, and that was stolen from you in Noresbsr last. Should we hereafter recover your ware, ire will eire you tbo privilege of taking her. by refunding to us the amount that will be paid you by eur acnU. Very respectfully, yeur obedient f errant, Jo. SI. Robs Secretary, jaul-k Oifick Newsom, Olovee i Co., NashTllIe. Dee. 2S,1S60.-Jo. M. Hohl, CEsq., Sec'y Tenn. Live Stock Insurance Co., Gallatin 5ir: I take ldeasare in acknowledgine the receipt of one hundred and twelve dollars from your agents, Newsom, Glover Sc Co., in full for insurance on a mare that was insured fur me by your reliable Company, and that I had the misfortune to hare stolen from roe. It affords mo pleasure to tes tify to your promptness in adjusting and paying the Iom I sustained. Our State is grievously in fe. toil with hcrse Uiievw, and being satisfied that more can be accomplished in ridding the country of them by an organixotion such as yours than jy individual exertion, I shall urgo my friendrto irastain yon by having their stock insured at once. It . Dk. Jon.f S. Duos. Nt'llliiR- Out. PiitivoIy at cost, to closo business. G. Rice A Co.. deeiB-tf .59 College St. Rclllng Onl. Imsinessi deelK-tf apeoltivcly at coat, to closo fl. Rice Co. 59 College bL ' PolntocH unit Apples. Just received on consignment. Three Hundred barrels of Potatoes and Apples, which we offer to the trade nt tho Itiwwt nHirket'price. B. S. Hahii.tox k Orees. der2i-tt Itiu-lielor'.H JInir Jiy'. This splendid llair Dye is tho heat in the world. The only rut ' and vnfiftt, 2IIarmleM. Reliable, In tantnaeus. Ke disappointment. No ridicu lous tints. Natural Black or Drown. Rcmedios the ill effects of Vati Dytt. Invigorates the hair, lonving it soft and beautiful. The genuine is signed Rttfiam A. Italchrlor. AH others aro mere unitationa, and should be avoided. Sold by all Drugguts and Perfumers. Factory SI Barclay street. New York. de-ly Slieolul Notice. Those who have not already been supplied with pure Scotch and Irish Whisky, and other fine Liquors for Uoliday use, aro hereby notified to appear with their demijohns and kegs for replenishing, nt IIodkrt Thompson's, dee3l-2w No. 31 South Market streit. Kcatoiictl Vopuliir X.tunber, corner c Crawford and .North Summer streets ftf Yellotv rino I'loorhijr, atlow prices, cor ner of Crawfsrd snd North Summer sts. ftf IluiliMiiK l,um1ierof all kinds, corner oi Crawford snd North Summer streets. Hf t'cdiu Posts nml I'cnclnff tninber, cornercf Crawford and North Summer streets. tf Jimt rtccclvod. a largo assortment of Ladies Dress Furs and Bats at La.vde k Bro.'b, novl-2in 41 North College street. Wlilto IMno Flooring manufactured by Knight Bro.'u, on Rolling Mill Hill, for sale at reduced prices. Office. No. 40 Church Etreet. novt A Sure rile Cure. Dr. Gilbert's Pile Instbument positively cures tho wont cases of piles. Sent by mail on receipt of Sf . Circulars free. Sold by Druggists. Agents wanted every whero. Address J- B. Rouaine, Manager. No. Broadway. New Tork. lnovl7 3m WluesI ! From tbo LojiewflisTH Vineyard and Viiae House, Cincinnati. V. P. k F. P. Anderson, Proprietors. Uoliten Wc-diltng'tSpnrkllrig Cntnwbn, lry Cntnwhn, Iqnlielln, etc. These Wines are furnished at mueli lower rates than imported goods, and for purity and boquet arc excelled yb none either native or foreign. Soldlby AHeniP. CBRiTniii k Co. Kliki: k Sbsruis. R. B. Chkitiuh k Co. nov2 3m For Attorney Oeuerftl EIvoulli Ju- dlcnl UUtrlec We are authsnted to an nounce A. C. Hicekv. Bsq., as a candidate for Attorney General, fnr tho Rleventh Judicial Dii-trict,,oiniioed of the esanties of Giles. Mar- nbsll. Maury, Lawrence. Lewis and Hickman. ncivlS-td nootN nun NIioch Clicp nt SO Public Square. In ceBteuenco of a contemplated eJiangc in my business, 1 offer the best selection of Boots and Shoes at greatly reduced prices. The bcyer bo he a consumer or a merchant will surely i-.ofit by examining iny stock of goods before sepplying himself, as I am quite in earnrst to give bargains. MaX-L-Gciimans, pft-tf No. 80 Public 3quare To CoiimmpllvcB. The Advertiser, hav ing been restored to health In a few weeks, by a Tory simple remedy.afterhsvingsiiffercd several years with a severe lung affection, and that dread diseftso, Consuiuptian Is anxious to make known to bis felbw-uffercr the means of cure. To all who desire it. he will send a copy of the prescription used, (free of charge), with the di rections for preparing and using the same, which ttiey will find n soke Cork for CnxstmrTiox, Asthma. Bronchitis, Ac. The only object of the advertiser In sending the Prescription, is to benefit tho afflicted, and spread Information which hs conceives to be invaluable; and hopes every sufferer will try this remedy, as it will cot li em nothing, and way prove a blessing. Parties winning the prjSoriptten, will please address Her. KDWARD A. WILSON. niliamrburg. Kings county. New York. vt23 ly WATERFIELT) & WALKER, 26 Public Square. HATS AND GAPS, Of emy Dtn, (Mot mm! Qaattty, fer MI..V, HOY", ANI ClIt;.DRK, F UJELS. WkT Ml eettntX 4 cwplctc Mli of ADlBfi AND AtI-SO? FU1W, WATsCKlUkO t WALKKll. TK-ly 8,000 Oords Government Wood AT PRIVATR S.U.K. OFfMK ASBtSTAJTT QdlSIKKlSfpS, N j hmiu, TeB., Dec 31. lSoo. r UAVK THOUSAND, -8.000) kf Olrvuial WuJ. UMdh Will be W4. w Mid at prirste wis. It nssBmies U sun pur ThS Weed it at tk Osrslry IUrrek. is Jy rder ef JMSir. aim. 1WOB. siww, a temsstsrOtI. a. KIRK. JmI-MK Captain smI A. Q. M. muni i n i rt "awto 7K 2" HEW- S T O frE1 ' .i 3T Y 13 5t V. L. DATIES & 23110., JEWELERS, (MAXWELL HOUSE.) , 'Oornor Church and Cherry Streets, FI- 1AVIES BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM . bis friends, and the public gonerally of Nashville and vicinity, that be has commenced the . JEWELRY BUSINESS Agaio. having associated with him his brother, ' VV. II. Il.lVIEM, ionuerly with Mcsr. Ball, Binek t Co., New York city. We are now receiving from New York a large and choice lot of WATCHES, JEWELRY, Diamonds, Silver Ware, Plated Ware, and Fancy Goods, Direct from the Importers and Manufacturers. Our entire stock having been purchased at the LOWEST XF.T CASK RATES, Will be offered upon the rao.'t reasonable terms. All goods are warranted Striotlj' ITix'St-olasw. . An examination of our stock U,.respctfUUyfi solicited. t - . , ' Watch Repairing and Jobbing. '. . This Department of our business we propo.e making a SPECIALITY, having secured the services of some of the Dnest workmen in the country for that purpose. I I.. DAVIES. IV. H.'AYIEN. declO-tf m. McGILL'S Botanic jyispensawj. Over as Union Street, between Col' lcjjc nnil Cherry, NASHVILLE : .....:....TENN., FOR TUE TREATMENT OF CHRONIC DISEASES, Private IlseaneH, and DISEASES OF WOMEN. Sa- PATIEXTS TREATED AT THEIR siomes. ct'itKs aiiAiivrr.F.ii. -s DB. M'GILXi CtURES AFFECTIONS ' 01" ITIIE LUNGS, J Diseases of tho Throat, Cansor, Gravel, Dis eases of tho Heart and Liver, Inflamation of the Stomach, Deafness, Diseases of tho Eyos, Debilitated Systems, Dyspepsia or Indigestion, and Consumption. TO THE LADIES. All Affections of tho Womb treated with SUCCCSJ. STERII.IT Y. Ladies whose misfortune it has boen not to bring forth in duo season, can consult me either Vy litter or in person. PRIVATE DISEASES Of all grades. Primary and Secondary, renovated from the Systom. NIGHT ESUSSIOXS CCItED. DR. McGILL Is performing the most wonder ful cures by his Medicated Vapor Hatha That havo ever been performed in this country. lie cures constitutional forms of Syphilis; Debilitated Systems; Ulcers of the Throat or Mouth; all Diseases of the Skin, caused by Syphilis or impure state of the blood; all pains of tho bones, by Mercury and Syphilis; Enlarge ment of tho Joints; filing oat of the-Hair; Rheumatisms, Scrofulas and Neuralgias. Iam now ready to WARRANT A CORE. All letters should bo directed to DR. JUcGItl., Box 719, Nashville, Tenn. Jan2-ly CHANCERY SALE OF WAGONS, HARNESS, ETC. ON SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 1807. nt 12 o'clock, at the Court House. I will soli to the highest bidder, FOR CASH, the following articles : Three four-horso wagons incomplete. A lot of Harness. One set of Blacksmith's Tools. Ono Plough nnd ne Harrow. M. B. HOWELL, jan?-td C. k M. and Receiver. CHANCERY SALE OF Saw Mills, Oxen, Wagons, Etc. ON SATURDAY, JANUARY 12. ISU7, at MeKwen Station, on the N. k N W. Railroad. I will sell at public auction, FOR cash- two Saw Milts. Complete, with double circu lar saws, made by Lane k Bodley. One of them has never been run. All in good condition. Six yoke of Oxen; Six Ox Wagons; One set of Blacksmith's Tools : One Lath Mill; OneCircular"CuttIngoff" Saw; " ' Together with the Tools belonging to the Mills and other articles of similar character. Sale to commence at 11 o clock. jan2-td M. B. HOWELL. C. M. DISSOLUTION. '1MIE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EX X isting between C. M. Briggs and A. L. Stamps, unuer the style and linn name of Briggs Co.. is this day dissolved by limitation. The business will be continued at the old stand style of firm remaining as heretofore. All parties indebted to the old firm will please como lorwaril ana raaKo immcuiaie payment. U. M. 11H1U U. M. BRIOOS. January 1. 1SC7. A. L. STAMPS. COPARTNERSHIP. MR. J. L. HYATT is admitted a member Of tho firm of Briggs A Co. from this date. January 1.15557. U. .u. imiutib. jan2-lw (P.iTJ Wauled to Hire, i SUPERIOR COOK MAN AND WIFK JA. preferred. Also, a trusty Dining Room Man or Woman. Also, a fjithful Out-door Man. To thoso of suitable qualifications, good wages and a permanent situation is open. Inquire at this ofiiee. jnnl-St 400 Boiea Ettsburg Window Glass -,m0M8XlO TO 30X12 JUBT RECEIVED X and for sale. BEST COAL OIL. 75 cents per gallon. At the Drag Store of II . W. HASSLOCK. No. 19 Public Square, Nashville, Tenn. janl-lw Ten Dollars Reward. OTRAYED FROM MY PREMISES, A ft POINTER DOG liver colored all over ox- eept a little white on the breut and the toe, or ene hind foot, hen last seen was in the neigh borhood of Fort Negley: had on when he left n fair leather collar, with his name, "Tom." on it. fl.t.UftUlflfl, At A. Hamilton k Co.'. 38 South College tt. janl-St Administrator Hulc. VN WEDNESDAY. THE SECOND DAT j ot January next, l win ten me uonronoia and KtUhen larniture, belonging te the estate of thm lata Jisu V. ClIK. Sale at the family residence, on McOivoek street, commencing at w a oiaic i. u- W. S. DORKIS. Adm'r. decO-tds it. w. jorcr. STixroBB, 2xo JOYCE & STAFFORD, COTTON AND TOBACCO FACT0ESu Commission Merchants, NO. Cfi Union Street. NEW ORLEANS. OPBOIAL ATTENTION ?AID TO BILLING O orders, and liberal Cash Ldraneos made en eensinuncnte. &lesW-tm COLD WEATHER. R t.-kikKpatrjck. tl AS JUST RBTL'RNED FROM THE ..7. ...... , - linrfleV Clotli, llenver ntt3.- XVtvet (JLO AKS,- Kl.EGAST FiAIU l'Ol'IJSK. For Ladies and Children; Kleffftnt Plain and Fancy Sflk : -EleirniitTIrocuo and Plaid 8bnnls; Gents' Trnvelln Shawlt Bpnutlfiil Travellnjr and Blankets : ' 1 Carriage GcntN1 Cnilcrwcitr, in vatiety.i . . Gent' dlores, a splendid assortment; BHi Blankets, extra large and fine; Flntinf Is, of. all kinds. In ftddition to tho above, we have a- large stock of , r DRESS G O tiltS, Such as Merinos. Empress Cloths. Poplins, etc. etc.. which will be sold very cheap to close, nt No. 55 'College "Street. dec20-tf It. P. JENKINS, (Successor to T. Wells,) MAX AND MORTAR. AT T n AVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE LOT, X of roney uoous, ana ora oaering iubu iity very LOWEST CASH PRICES, St R.P. JEN KINS' Mammoth Drug Store, ho. 32 JiOrth Market streot. dcoZS-tf LAUMES TJ DIABIE, OR THE' D EVIL'S TEARS. Successor to tho Eggs of Pliaraoli's Serpents, At R. P. JENKINS', No. 02 Market street. A large assortment of FIRE WORKS, etc. dec2J-tf HOMEOPATHIC. --R. II. SHEFFIELD HAS REMOVED TO 1 No. ISU Itronu Hirers. iKiwctnuwu and Vine. dec21-2w OSS. W. B. BATK. W1LMAJIS. BATE & WILLIAMS, ATTORNEYS AT Jt A IV, NASHVILLE. TENN. AFTER FIRST OF JANUARY-OFFICE, Corner Union and Cherry streets, over Wing, Touey k C .'s. dec25-lm. NOTICE. WU. HTOCICWELt, OF NEW TORK . is admitted a partner in our business from this date, tofore. The style lirm will remain na hero- MAMII.TO.V A- t'l'.VXIXGirAM. NASiini.i.g. Dec. 1, 1S06. Hamilton & Cunniiigliain if No. 51 College Street, (Noiir the PiitdicSquaro.') WlioIeKnteIiiiiitltttl"nealers Guns ami Cutlery, Axes, Clinius, Hoes, Etc., Gum anil Leather IJellliiKV nottliiff CIothH, Cnnl Clotlilns-, Slecliunlcs Tools, all kinds, I.cntlicr and Shoo Flnrlliit;!!, Snilillery, Atrrlcultnral IinplcmentH. deel COLLEGE HILL F O Sv . I ci'. Ht i. ON HAND, FOR SALE, One 35 l'lorsu Engine 'new; - -One 25 Ilorsu KiikIuc. second hund; One 13 ITorsn Entrlne, with' Rollers com- nlete, second hand ; Ono 13 Horse 1'iijtfni;, new; .Six. 10 lloriie KnKfi'OH, new. ' Portable and Stationary 'Engines Of all siies made to order, warranted 'equnl tr any eastern lingines. Those in want Of Engines will 'give us a call before purchasing elsewhere. Mill Work, House Fronts, .Tti 11 Work, - i Bridge -Work. Iron Railing, Anil every description of Iron Work, made on the shortcut notice, and worrantod to give .at!i fuction. jnI-Sm FOR ItEXT. TENEMENTS OP TWO ROOMS 'PUREE 4. each, on the grounds of O. Ewine. Ew.. near the Rock Church, on High street. AU j, n large Dwelling, with twelve or fourteen roomp, on ine street, near tne uapuoi. rare only $S00. A Dwelling on Spruce street, near Deraum brnne, with eight rooms, l'rice, $("A). A Dwelling nn McQarock street, between Vine and High. Price. JH00. Apply to dee3(Hw CALLEUliKR k OAitRETf. Agents. AT OOST ! AT COST !! WINTKH tnxrEit shirts, Drawers, Socks and Gloves. " . ' . R. U. TUOKIPSON. CHERRY STREET, NEAB UNION. dec30-tf HEXRY J. UILET, Arcliitect JJPEOIFICATIONS AND WOitKINO DRAW v) INOS, made with or wlthanisuperintesdantca mtt. at the Maxwell House, - j .BtrrssiHiK. Jus OyURTK, J. J. Malissr.- W. D. TvhT. B U. Eist. aevlT tf K Gold, ttesu to againvnu. the clpclii, havindrrtrfpM IH 'N'ew YgrlSterdsy, at .133, was at 11:30, deaiiued to 132 at 12:30nnd clesed at l2,at4vTjfv The ptc here was 130 baying, and 132f?133s Govornmont securities Lave improved, and were quoted In. Yew Yorkh.e3tcrday$ as follows : . --.-, . 5-20, registered-.. -j- 103 5-2Ds. coupons y nrjjc JSk 5-20s, 2.1 scries, eonpons .. 3........ JD?i2 5-3)s. 3d series eOBpons--'--:- rzVSfi 5-JDi. new Issue 103&K 7-30S.T.7J.' lZ:;Z"LZ'T$$&k . London advices of the-"IKt'irsl, report '6-20s as having advanccd:to 73J. . There was but littledolng in financial cir cles, and wo beard of no change m rates. Exchange on New York was taken at 4 dis count, and sold at par. Bank of'Tennesaee was very quiet, but may be quoted as firm at 48c. buying. Planters Bank was in de mand at 82c. buying, and 83c. .selling. Union Bonk was dull at 80c buying, and 82c. Bellit-g. j Southern bank notes generally are very dull, and cannot be sold, except at low rates. Nashville Corporation Checks have im proved, and brokers nre uow buying nt 10 cents discount. " Tennessee bonds sold in New York on the 29th ult., as follows: $11,000 ex. cou pons at G9c, $3,000 (second call) at C9c, and $5,000 new at C9c. Thenewlwnds were quoted in Now York yesterday at C3c, which shows a steady decline. Tho New York Timet, of the 31st till., says our bonds "continue very cheap in yiew of the payment of the January interest, and the promptness with which most of the finished railroads of the .State have made provision for this interest." The exports of specie from New York to foreign countries last week amounts to $1,874,199. The following will Rhow the exports from the 1st of January to the 28th of December in the years noted :. , ISoo 582.156.S32 1SC5 S.96U3t 1801....: ro.rai.wi 1S03- 50.478,912 IStE . 03,705.209 1S61 4.216,250 1SC0..- 42,161.909 1859 09,CI8,G2S 1S.-B S2.9T3.006 1S57 44,2fAU4 185C..- 7320.297 lS. 27.571.813 1851 37.157.2S3 1353-,- 36.753.350 1S.-.2 21.912,315 It iis very. evident ' that the. currency question is to he made a most important one, durir'j,t!ie;Vtresent session of Congress. There is' a party which is' in favor of a rapid curtailment of the currency and of a speedy return to specie payments. There is a party which regards the action of the last Congress, by which the Secretary of the Treasury was authorized to withdraw S-1,000,000 reenbacks a month, 'as a com promise, and which opposed, for the pre sent any further legislation. There' is a third party which insists that the govern ment should have the profits of all circu lation, and that legal tenders should be gradually substituted for National Bank j notes, and there is finally, a fourth party j which oppose the passage of any act author- ; izing the curtailment of the national cur rency or having in view the return, within a limited time, to specie payments, and which advocates the legal-tenderixing of National Bank notes. The latter party is a most formidable one. It numbers in its ranks the rich manufacturers and the up holders of the National Banks. It counts among its supporters all those who are in toxicated with the stimulating effects of inflation, who, with the dUeased and mor bid appetite of the drunkard, can never be satisfied, and who, like the daughters of the horse leech, still cry "Give, give." Id this conflict there is danger that serious evil will be inflicted upon the interests of the country. One thing, however, is ac knowledged to be indispensable, and that is a well regulated and settled policy. Un der the present system, says the Baltimore Gazette, the powers of tho Secretary of tho Treasury are too great to be entrusted to anv one man. The control he has over the currency of the country can be used at any moment by him, as a powerful engine, to foster any particular interest or person, or to damage an opponent. It ia a tempta tion to which no good subject would desire to be subjected, and to which no good gov ernment ought ever to subject him; and that regularity and steadiness which are bo necessary to the prosperity of the country can never be attained until proper checks are put upon the financial agents of the government, who are in fact trustees for its 'citizens, But there is another which is, at leait, equally dangerona with that of the "power of the Secretary of the Treasury, iind which is certainly much more fla grantly absurd. It is the National Banking system, a system which draws the life blood from the whole country, which robs other communities of the circulation which 'is necessary to their businessvitality, and "which makes, in fact, the labor and the industry of remoter sections a prey to the ,fat capitalists of New York. Sinco the 'establishment of National Banks ftew York has lieconie the great money centre, and New York has pretty much absorbed the banking powers of the whole country. (The banks thorc have really no check. ;They are under no control. They are all 'expanded to their utmost, they maintain itheir circulation at its highest point, they barely keep on hand the reserve fund re quired by law, and thai not in plain legal tenders, so that they would, in fact, be un able to meet any sudden run or drain upon them to anv great extent. "With the immense aunount of currency under their control it 14 very easy for two or three of them, by combining, to aflbct markets very sensibly, and it is only a few days since that there as a report that S2,000,000 had been with drawn from circulation for a few days, with the evident purpose of depressing the market, by making money scarce, evidently for the purpose of profiting by the- fall Ihese.fransactions are all the morercpre h.ensible beC1180 the very systerrfih'at fos ters them and eri.'iiragea the worst kind of gambling, checks .'egitimate business in othex sections of the co.'"try. While New York is rich in currency; e Orleans is poor. The drain of currency t this money centre is so great that in m'ony of the Southern States to-day there Is aciUl'y not Hiifficient currency to pay the internal Revenue government tax. This is the? ys teru upon which it is the duty of the gov ernment to place thu strongest check, ' The New York Tribune, of the 2Sth ult., Baytf! ""The year closer with an uneasy tfeeling among merchants, who find them- belves with ample stock of goods for which theni li ho sale at the large sacrifices they are ready to make in order to get their affairs within safe limits. The collection from the interior are bad, and the report is gensral that no large demand for goods can be expected, the shelves of country deal ers being now supplied beyond ths ability of their customers to bay for credit evenj The industry f the oounU7 is seriously deranged bytbecontinuedlevyof wartaxes, and the blessings of heavy- national and local debt are daily lesa apparent, and people- are feat ooffllng ' to the conclusion that the rebellion was a luxury of which the chief cost has yet to be paid by sacrifieea through a long perfod of time." The New York Tribune of the 31st ult. talks gloomily in regard to the commercial and financial prospect. That paper says : "CslleoUens fremtbe interMrare sfuif fijli. and mershiBU in nnraerwus itutanocs arte obliced to taXasare sr. botb sMes i ineiruiii-iwon. iiju tbe.Westaad SeutheommercUl adviovi are alike uniatMaeterr, and it 1 apparent that the year IMS wm vield a larger harveitof bod debts than hut been made in a lsntc time. Great hapej sre BtertalBed sf relief trots CsEr. bat itfr bard s c 'V . i ; m rA ri finw'ih'if'boAv-can Selif Ptorde whose dif- fienltios proceed from trading upon paper nsenfjr which, having performed its task, must now be retired. UeJr. wll txJrivon.U tho. pawicjit large by reducing tdxatftn to Hfa point whtro nothing but interest os tne actional debt, and the ordinary pgbbc of gsMfsment Would, he rsalfied. This would chwpen tfier-nccsof eom jaoditics. stimulate production, and. giro fresh employment to labor; bat It would not relievo people from thw necessity of paying existing debts, with oommodities selling at haif their cose Rclief cannqt como by iners&ain; the amount oX irredqcrntoLl paper, and ifc.ii safa.ts anurne that .Congr&Mtwtft coajrait nosnch folly.but allow this, -polity of contraction, adopted at tho last session, to continne in fall foroe. AH that is wanted in the way of new legitUtWtt authority to the Treasury to pay such a commission as will changospoedily thoT-30s lnto5-3Ss,or an Absolute long bond at a less rate than 6 per cent, ii it can be done. What I neodtd isa convsrsion of 730s and of compo'ands so rapiu as to make ft ab solutely certain that no currency will be called far by the holders at maturity. Toe country has been damaged cnongU already by using the na tional debt as circulating money, and ear price will be cheap which will convert debt exiling fer currency at maturity into funded jjebt. to be paid whon tho euireaoyreceTerssomewhat from tbo looses suffered in suppressing rebellion.' The Jsew .yoTk 2Yms.. cdthe 31st ult. says : ThojimportfSBtrlas far the int week, includ ing the dry goods retnrn ft our Mstrpirper amount to $2,426,191. against tho total entles of -5.733.17S same week lastycar. IThs expert eltaranecsoC domestic prodaco attoufit to $3,231,610. against $2,976,073 same last year. The export of specie amonnU to $1,072,199. against S2S3.901 same week last year. Tbenstoms for the weetaie $1,403, C00. The receipt.'! of cotton, coastwiso and by railroad, are 27.4SC bales. The gold value ef the import entries of foreign merehnndizn at New York si nee Jan 1, IS), the hAcinnini? of lha enrrant aclendar roar, are offi cially (to Dec. Hand semt-omsially (stnee) re- r orted as follows the entries ef fereign spoele Seine omitted : ad: esji Total to dat iaee Jan. V SS9t.S17.flV) 321.aS3.Wl Againrtiame ia tlrar ls.t rear- Increase to date- ., $3,22,48 The currency value of the exuprUfjlomestie nrsdnce ana mlseellaneans eooai irera ieir York, inalndiner foreign artielei re-exported sines Jan. 1, 138t, aro 03 follows: Totnl to date since Jan. 1 !MS2 Asairt3ametimeJ5ta i.j.wv.sw Inereane since Jan-1 ..$18.-13.741 GENERAL JIAJLKETS. TTOrf.-i The market' was briskvester- diiy, and closed firm under the effect of ad vice front Liverpool of heavy sales. The sales here amounted to 'mi bales at 29(a 2aic; one lot of twelve bales bringing295c. per lb. Conx Continues to arrive freely, and is selling at 95c?l per bushel. The stock in store iff ample for the'demand. Hay On the wharf ia worth S22$23 per ton; in store S"5. Flouii Is in good supply, aniLpriees are somewhat lower. We quote extremes $9 (3$14 per bbl.; a fancy article would com mand higher flgres.than the latter. Meal. Is selling at ICQ-SOe per hu. BnAN. SI CO per cwt. Wheat. None offering. " Oats. 70c per busheh 1 - ' -Sco.viw.-N. O.lSJc, Island 11 to 13c; Demarara 15J to 10c; Crashed 17 to 17Je. Coffee. Rio 2G to 2Sc per lb Molasses. New Orleans70c'per gallon. Bacon. Hog round, 10c per lb. Lard. 14c per lb., not much demand. Cakdles. Star 21c; tollow 14e. Soap. 10 to 111c per lb, Cufjsk. 17 to njcperjb. Dried Fruit. Peaches,! 12Jc ; apples, 7c per lb. : ... Cotton Yarns. C00, 2Cc; GOO, 27c. Nails .10's $8."per keg ; lesser nnmbei 9 25 per cent, more. Mackerei -In kits, $8 to $3 36. .Southern Cotton HarbetM. n., . ... nuan.1. Ml t i TJi.i cnt (nil unAubmiiia, ------ market has been vcryaetivo with an advance of from 14 to 2 cents. Sslos 1.400 bales. Mid dling rangine from 33 to 31 cent'. Savaxnah. December 31. r. it. Cbltsn market more active with a better ilemanu. saiei iuu bales. Middling at 32e, Xfnmi.7 TiantmlierSI. p. ir. Cotton sales to day 3,000 balei, market olosine very firm at 3e for middling. TWnml.Ar 31 . CnTToy .There has been a gooddemand. The market opened brisk (consoauent on the advance in Liverpool) with an auvanco t'l w vtmu uu umuiuuj j ...... .. We cannot, howaver, give any correct quotations on account of the irregularity in tho sales. The sales woro 314 bales. The receipts, whieh were only 70 bales, are materially affected by the In clemency of the weather, as very few wagons are coming in. Comparative Ntoclw of r;our and Grnln iu New orU, Jnnimry l. rtouR. 1301. 155. 130o. 188T. U;eourr.n.Bn.J.S.!.al..7lr 46S.W5 703.256 C3Q.370 Canadian flour 15 160 4.950 2O00 3300 Southern floor 36.W0 37.173 23.260 1T, Total . .-T.25T 751.308 8M.9S9 QRAIV. liil. 1S6&. 1S00. 1367. Lu. bu. bu. ba. Wheat .. 3.540.411 1.887.3y. 2.10.1W vSI-SM Corn 1.731.320 401.414 4,101.701 4,716,?u3 Rye 37.4W 212,2i 515,413 778,823 Barley 634.7W 301.161 l.W,897 2,640,585 Oats ... 3.341 S3C 3,01SJ01 2.916.8 3,47y.Sit MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH. Phlluilelplilii .tlnrket. . n. tr. . Tan 0'iiuil 'TV ,1 ill I . Floupffrmlrthold. Pro Visions yer dull. BtriMOBr.. January Z Flour quiet, firtu. Grain very scarce. Provisions inactive, tut meats heavy. Cllirilinnii .iiuriiri. Ciscinnati. Jan. 2. Flour U firm but un changed. Wheat is in good demand and prices higher; No. 1 (pring $2 Vr, No. 1 winter S2 86 $3 90. Corn and oats unchanged and linn. Whiaky sold at S2 2fi in bond. Hog' openid rattier dull, but ciosea nrm nt ti w ; pork is in good iteinana at sau w. um mow nni,un!,n,i drum tnpalt are steady nt G9a. but are'generally held a higher. Lard is in fair demand ut 12c. Uroceries steady. But ter dull. Cheoso yja Ingber. nggs ju f"ir candles 'Xe lower, but in good demand. totton nrm uuwiuiei; miuuumt ji iw Nt. I.iiuU Mnrket. St. Louts. Jan. 2. Flsur ami Wheat firni. Nothing doing. Holders of choice wheat ask V3 W. Corn dull. 74. 0ts lower. 03z. nisvy dull, $2 23. Pork lirm, 20,4 delivered at .Cairn. and l5 uenverou on opening ui uiiiij. Plain hatna 17MS18;olearsidoa 1314; shwilders 12W. l.ftrU13e. Cotton hotter. 3031. Ituirhlo Market. BtiprLO. Jan. 2. Flour, J14ibr white Ohie. Orain quiet. Pork S'4 . J-ard, 13. Thirteen dressed hogs average two minuren anu eigoiy iwunds : eight three hundred average. Xcw Yorlc Market. 2 Cotton firm at 3ie . .Mid dling 3GK. Orleans flour 5 0010; eitra Stnte $10 7012 25; Ohio 311 2512 40: trade brands fwar! tA Snnthprn a .hade firmer. A heat l2c higher, moderate fcusiness $8 892 40 for No. 2. 21ft GEO. H. EKID. W. n. CH1DSOCSN- 1. T. BROIt.V. REID, CHADBOURli & CO., i Successors to Prensh k.Oo.,) Cot I on ant! Tobacco Facloirn, General Commission Merchants, Corner or CInrk niw! Front Strpets je7-ly NASHVILLH. LOOK OITT'FOIt BAICGAIrvfS IN BOOTS AND SHOES. F. H. PRENCIf , OPKK9 THIS DAY AN HNTIRB NHTV stoek of C3Htom-3Iatlo BooIh and Shoes whish he will sll at Panic Prices! Thoe In want of gd. duraole, styltsh twk wHt flfwl them at greatrjreuiuu i'iic. Old Stack Helling- I.s Than Cot Dwelling House-' For Rent On Union Street, lOwostts New Theatre. , JOHN KIRK WAN nOT2g-tf: ft - For Sale or Rent, 4 LA ROB TWO 3TOKT HHTCK BWKL BOS TV sr orwlth jtX lint. 13 mobi ttHs serfkale rsoins, eft. 't wMiiane Immm. SBka hoax. alt, etc I mrls from the mty liarHa. on ths LSMm TarytHts tm.i, wim a" sr sa acres of elo!s 111, with, sTeral spiingi ef pike rMd, wiln aw or so oxeellMt Watjr. ana a -rfi wi in rae rare. fwt. b nr tha taont bSAHtifVil and hsalihr oUim m the Tjejnity et NaihvHIe djlfig w,d e .1 ftWcAittmi deeU-iw' AV.p. tlOODlVrfTT. To Tohacco Plnnlera. deell CO. 22 "XSTK AXB sun rr.rirA.jiij iu aiurit, jtrxkiut, .o. n runiif VV SMp r pretie Abases, ettaer laweer i wfil e um MSfantir nna VhL.,li. Call at aar WirehMSM. !M. . Ttiin fhff am iMtrarr. itar-Wlf?rl.. . .... W.F. RJVERNEVVS .vrhiykb. ; Jim, tJkSTgfli, L RJwr. - TMirMTTTtn None- '4 ljVT l jStf tiAY. , -' ' " a Noskvllle'; for CaHti Eiver Tallin; t-3 fctwtPR ttHstMsails The Mntinned eold WMtbe r skis incisel f the rapidity of the rivers UMIine. Tlie Palestine from. LouWniile ami Ha vana from Ciaeinnali are espteil tft-dey TheGea. Sigerf wet tp the CMBuberland' as hfgh as Sand Shock and rttftrraxl yes terday with 800 sacks coin, 10 bales cotton, acd some other freights. Sbe fating down no interesting news. 1 Tlie Fanny BrawfcjU Uv g into the upper Cumberland trade; oimsequently theTailaman will takherplaee aa-Nah-ville and Caii peesrvt. Sho (iW-Tsjis. man) will depart Saittntky. ' The Louisville Ckrur, of tlie 2d, Not a boat ventured out of port yester day, though the lower river eorrtlmsea epon' nnd the crews reduced to two er three eli each boat. All have concluded to rmpeml trips, at leat for a few days, awaitits a moderation in tho weather, an aeonmmu lation of freights ami the 4wps4on of the ice. Wo heard of but one arrival vesterday, the Minneola, we beliove, from Memphis. She worked Iter way throngk the e&nal locks to the basin, where she new lies In a snug harbor, frozen in hard and fast. The Owensboro .Vom'ter snysMr. Davhl Aiken died a few days ago at the age ef eighty yeans. Mr. Aiken walked from New Orlens, on a race with the first ateamlwat that ever came up the river, to his pkee in Warrick comity, Indiana, ami beating the boat two days. The first boat was the Orleans, in 1S12. That was fifty-four years ago. The navigation of the Mississippi is still closed at St. Louis. The Board of Underwriters of New Or leans have offered a rewanl of $5,000 for the arrest and conviction of any person or pen-ons guil ty of sett ing Gre to thoir premises. Tho Board also have determined not to pay any' losses occurring by fire until sLxty day have elapsed from the date of adjustment of claims. Licking river is froien over, and skat en are having a good time. The St. Louis JltpMictm say ; Captain Capelle bought the wreck of ik sunken Qrar fiacle forSl,J00. Hcis-bne- ly engaged in attempting te save the nia aliinery, etc. From Mr. James "White, clerk of the steamer Schuyler, we-learn that the City of, Pekin is frose'up at Peoria, and the Schuy ler at Columbiana. The Schuyler wonld have succeeded in getting to this prt but for having a barge in tow. The Missouri river ia still own from Leavenworth City to Weston, and the little steamer Hetisley continues to make daily trips. For Cairo, St. Xonlw, JIcmpliM nml Xcw Orleans. niHE SPLENDID PASSBXOKR I Steumer. NASHVILLE. Wilet Slrf. Master. Johsnt Miprcn.l Clerk, will leave as abeve on Tlll'KSDAX. the yd init.. at 12 o'clock v. For Hreight or faasoze npiily on linl, sr to 41 nnd 42 Vront Mreet. or HARRISON k SONS. Agento. jan2 For Eyansville, Louisville and Cin cinnati. rplIF. SPLRNDID PAPSKNGRR k J. steRtner HAVANA. JIabsh Cunt, Muter, J. L. Mates, Clerk. nOtTWi will leave as above on FRIDAY, the 4th iwt.. at 4 o'clock r. it. For freight or inwni apply on board, or to CORlTSrT k BOTD. Aients. 41 and 42 Front street. U' A TT?T?lr.W A. ian2 HARRISON & SONS, KmllbliiiKt, Cvansvlllu nutl I.outTllle niHE SPLKNDID PAS3KNOER I str.-. ncrPALBSTINE.Cai.t. J.P. Liibr. Alnater. U. MeJIl'Ll.UN. Clertr. Flit leave as above on RATI.' RDAY, the Mh inst. a 4 o'clock r. m. For freight or pnssaee ajiply on loard. or to COUBKTT k 110 YD. Agents. jan2 41 and 42 Front street. Vl.a,TOUKY & CO., Bdnker'4 and ttattora la QtAi. BIUr, lluVmMit StiH-k and Conirrtonj Intmt Nalwi. riaH.s raKKS. NAtHVlLl r, Not , m. U.a. CouAi, 1331... Ill I Omu)M Int. N4 R-UtrfJ &-g0a....lA6 Juo. 'SLltS Cooin S 'SK...1SS -l.ll " " jBly.'SI.UlK An.,,Sl.lt4 - Cl., "61.113 Dec., 'SI. II. May, Sft.HOJf ' Ana; . SS'lSi 8p..iV. loW - lct 'lil-lOsS Oi4.l IS 191 06 li7 s Now Imuo i-tty. Owpon lo-tO Aug. 7-ri with int ur: uly7JOj " " 1IS Sinall ItouJj pr. ct. law iMTW 12 Also, hlghMt price paid for all klw.H of SuHUwrn Bank Notes. Sea prl.- Iht, farnbitied wha UrinJ PfDojltJ rtttlved, and Rxcbanae mrnMliAl nn New York, Cincinnati, Lol-ttI, Mmil, En UnJ, Ireland, Frane, aaJ alt pirla of tirmaoj OFVIOE, eorwr Union aat Cherry atrexi. uhn-i lite Jlaak of TenQMiSo. OOlce liontJ, 8 A. yt. to 5 r. . Thi. 8. JIabr. Pr't. t.. (I. Tao. i'nth't. NATIONAL SAVIN(J' C0MPANVr Corner Union and Cs112 Streets. The Mtowlag are tbe rates pokl for nMortMt money. Tom qoouiwni re naue i, naein-aie, mk may lx uepeaueu ob a tuniciroi wnjm oi bw ivr remittances te b iteetfed hy mull r ejfn, K far. warded without dUy TENNESSEE. UorgA Railroad awl daUdlSSI te '"'.".7-"' .- Ti PlaaUr.-U.ak.- 2 T't": IX TInUn n.nV SO " " ITulou B.akOMtf. 90 Bauk ofAttMBS. l Dank of ChRttanooij!i...l8 (MnmbiM.... .18 Commpr g HuiIvlrelHaU..30 fulln 3S Sirannb 4.1 tuoSttfO.Li Commerre par KnoiTlHo Bt Mmplili ... .par HldHoTfiin...lW Pari Ir WMumn i- . . Uuk' Bank..... mr ITB iMUIlk.M.M.M. .n Ktcbanks' Iloak A? DlerrlHiat.' aaI I'knt- er Bank .. 10 riuRtn' JVaisfc ..... i CntonRMik AS Oty Bank S Commercial Dank..... .93 Merchant' Bank par Northern Bull.. .par Oeoea Bank .13 Bank of BhotbjTilte ST. rSoatbern liant.. X Traders' Bank ......lar NORTH OAHOLINA. ,lfe and Uenrral InH ranre CtHnpany .. SOOTH OAROUNA. tUnkofOfw Vnt ' CtHMtotta W OtArendsn . ...4 " flumaMw It " rayeltT4e...6 TxtefrtSD IS S. (hreHa..ao Cikik of Camitn....-I0 Cb.rle.ton .13 " Cbetten.... IS Oorgeten....l(i " Hamburg IS " Newberry 40 " the StAte SwtU Carolina MM.....1S WanblMton ...Hft WHniinfrtSfl ..IS ' YanefTT4.....Hft OomreTtal Bank IS FarmHi' Bank "f S. Ceramcretal Bank.- K Carollwi JH Exthange Bik. .V- Merchant Bunk M r.rmera ana jixenaDae unK uoxusre ...... j Bank- & Mluera and Pktnton' Merchant.' Bank -18 Bank ' PmdIc' BBk....... Ja PlanUra' Iiuik of "lr- VIRGINIA. nlJ iu Planter.' and Meoban- Bank of Bklwj SO " (HBIR1 W UoirardirMo . M Ic." Bank n Rtil Buk. 7 (jBthwtaro ItaltrtHid.15 " tth (Hit lnm- Onion Bant.... nln... RMiswBdW KKkbrMc ... J KMktflfeara -U. r,OOI8rANA. Bank of Aioerlc .par " tjnHn tba VaBky of New Orlin.9 Ylrgtata Canal Bant-... ..96 CiUun'. Bank 95, lwjrgts4a JS H hollnz S0 nini Cllr Bank... ..SO WlntbwUr . IjjnUtojoa Bute BankJtt Cattal Bnkf"Vai. ilfhaalc- ana iriuwi tw r(iK, Bl 2S Bank - ... n.&it nf -js MeMfaaai. nana v .iruia.nl IUab T SSomern oans w FarmMi' Bank of iln- UBlen Bant v eartt. Hm OrtwM Scrtp. SO TtrmfTf Hank of Va...4S MaanfciMMrtra aaa A LA RAM A. y.naer' 3S Mfrbanl'Bairk......IS BnkfMMt... MrrtltanL' and Jlo- UMtKBw(y uam.' nnJt..4 Stkna U Koamtern Bank.5 CantrU Ba4c 12 8olBtfl Baak.1 GomraercUt Bank 12 Tnri' Han't. Km tern Bak 40 Northern Bank- 40 ... H-oUvrn Bank.- - .M NaatiTiR X Ctwtra K. U E WXK..... ....I aXOBOIA. iMtrrtlh A KkMirlH Tax Rwfpta J tatial KaiimaJ Baakii FOIt SA1.TL ON TEN YEARS CREDIT I ! I ADHBLrtAJJLK UJUJ IKI s&Al AHU Pt&een acres sf good Land, few hkudred mrrli irm (iraail .treei. exSecaled. 1M km- prsreraeMS eaBMK o a ni Hin oawituii'r mm racraa. kuehen. Mrvaala7 isoia. (MtiaM tmaa. itaUe. siMW hs. eWscra. wssi ami orisjMiL Tbe Mr pafnienU reapurwl e bf Hsliasal mi at me mretwrts f tbe t4. Ikia i one tba Asset eypsrtniisr Knrwn a ikhhI that cn ka oneresi. AMl)BHON. JOMNSS XMITR. dsaV-in A4M. FOR RENT. rims. BniKDINO A. THl. JL Bfwery, In aorth Wabflllo, tm SiBrt. n street, witfa a Usn kit andsiaMss. dfC it X- dl North Charry .mm' CUMBERT,ANT COAT., The GJieapent and the Bti' I KlTK YOUR OIIDBRS VOR VO0R JLj Fmsst'i WW, at tbe i sfflje f AW Sijimrf. tod I wsMr snr 1 destMss of XASnriu.1 mr a' t WA T . 1 Trtl-.ru nt EmtltHbietsss. 4S-LrM8S faWif 4MaMl. tMtSlt Y. 2. THOilA-J. VielMsMfN. i JOSKIMl A'.VSH, 5eersrr. Ctf -1M NASHVILLE , G0MERCt.lL HOTAWeO. Oftlcr III llir- Hultdlng of, the .JHjpfc nr trie Union. ""' TA,-1' rPIIia COJIPA.NY, BdFTA BlWH IW 1 Israre BatMhwn, VHwR 1m t$tt IS MM lfa. Ueuw'lisM a'arHHiwe. a4. Mwr BaaaMSJS. the Biest lttwral ttM. TWr, Msslmt sail hM I iMn takes at tewt Ate. " Uhm Wwy s ili.l tmi f uieStj fcy thin CfRfinr. rtKECTK3: It. C. McXaiit. Jaxm W' Jho. KiaxxAN. M. fisxA. 0. K. llltUiAX, J4Jt. E4N. XV. II. Bmuis, FMHt ThSmmoh. Ueon M0t, Pr KfK. SI. N. MiexT, . , x K. O.HKAIKV, Pw .I4.nl E. D. HICK3, 8etat. Hpi r? GRKAT AUCTION SAT.F. OF PIANOS AND. OKOANsS i J A XlfA IK V 1 HI . li?7. At LUCK'S MUSIC' SftOKB 11I Church Streot. riniK UNDBR3IOXM) tMMMrM To L make a ehanne in tut ImslaMS, HB tbotu :.ut hta Moek,cerrsttfrsf Fine Itose Pianos, ' Wood Ootre Mason it, llniulln Qahinot OrgaiiH. . , . Thas iMtruaimif "are all m MttMo.d srder. ad warraated te' er cry reeif mwtm any nude. , TEIMIS CASH. Immediately after the TMirtHMAt is M off. Mule to commence at 10 oVIock A..1I. JOH. I.TUOK. deeSB-tiU LEA & PEB1IFS CELHBRAIBD WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE. PRONOl'NCED 1'oxxoisr.rns t i t,k m -OMY GOOD S.VUC i" and apiilicablo to Every Xftrlety or EXTllACT of a. fMr frai a MEDICAL Hits TLK.MAKa4.Mad ra, W hw brothr at WuctSTi:. Man MM "TellLe A P, . il'lta fnJfn, mKt K iu rr?clfiy . oHih", Ut most palate Me a. welt as In a ainut aheleiomi ilUrrL mm DiNir condiment bavins canscd. BMar aAMlMinlett daajst. U.viiy th naaac U SrtaliiVSUw- rorrcs, ms ri Dbit is sssrsTmn.LT jnhe wrarri P8H1I ir renueoted tnsetbst tfc nssf I'irA. lUINri are iipoo'ths RAPPBR. LAlKL, 'PER and BOTTLE. .ManufaPlHre.1 by .1 by . LkA A- PRKRIN8. Wsmwl JOHN UUNUkN'S MONS. Nnrr Vnsr, Ajents fsr the lfitd tHaloi. ostht lylns .. M , GEO HUTCHISON, NO. 32 CHURCH-, STREET, HAS ALWAYS ON HANr A 0O Ab aortraent of WALL PAPERS. PAIXTS.OIUS. VAIiNISUflK OHUSURk Q LABS, ptrrrr. and WIKDOW'A"1 TO HUTCHISON A FLEMIira 'Are prenre.l ! do H0lT3B, StON. sad BAK 2BK PALNTINU in aH MsmW aud w jmt rior styls. Pstnl mkp corner wsas. awi mm ers' Allefs. norll-tf a. A. HUNTING-TON, No. U Public Sciiuirc, OPPBR AT KHIM'CBK PKISMW As W. gntHlrot MWS AJTI ' ROYS' FINE CLOTEJG furnishing: dp.qps. TRIT.VlkS, iiAGH. wra. A krt srssrtment of Pino Beaver Over-ooata, At Try law ilse. E. As -HUNTINGTON, AT IT AGAIN. M. 0. SULZBAOKER, irw.fliin xirtr MR-trt tstiCw nr Groceries, Wines,- JLIquora, "" Vignr. Tohnrrd; IrrstarJ1,, flin.. Tie. 18 North Matkot Street, bat Ohnroh astl! Matehi NASHVILLE . . . . . TjBjicjilfc'EK T K CALLIWU Y6C It AiwapTMlkrv TO XUS. liMt I mMt rr Sited, firarVSMir SB U3i. aUartiJiel4 to t&BTin Vilffg2trt'v rfaTiiK All tattles pronn t and ot ta -market, I V T d sad yaU0MMli in4aMaiu a their s4va t ! "d 'XSL'S whre. TtMokfialfor naniiiliwi ot tB iUclC 'a ,-eSZfi.t Tssrssenc W IH MHoat a mtM - - MttrfitMtaSM IrlLIVLtlS. jarfT lr Jw Attetsutnat r von RENT. 81'LHJr-Bl ? fefctja'SRr.&iir mrtam islam iliuKanlSs reS4'