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lb
I onqttered ftMtttar' ad the
W." will tastes ewrv lteart :
"Swnrtl of
RITTSIC MNt THC-HWML
ISM.
iiW tb aacrwt tlaai
I ir h, nurhw Mai 1
Mi UHC
ho ta FW vtmuX ' IfJMC
ud foil la the ee, rhaaajh Iw. Hifl J
rxl tiri far see H yoa.
m iiec
theas mmtX mad all '.
Awrtinrf ta the Ohiaf I
l-i
.we thy fraai has- al we arhsoajy ha.
I hey fctTfor as, aai Jar UmmTCohM
The taara "fa XMw'f ftC
kail.
fall
itbcf th cttsataaaai
I'ar away a WW PtBif,
I mm Maar a arave that lias to Wne,
Without a aas ad without a alana.
'lathar tha aaalanarm shsln.
We eare not wbaaee they mac,
tat it aVair HMw ffur!
l'hshr aunt aa aasatry son tbe same-
Wbrear Ae knMFe bavailM.
Thar sfc nat mtwm;
Liviar lli 'i l all afjMi j aVIr by side
A xii heaiiliaiu haartf
kDht their aea listed riay.
H iarwtr K taw raft
'net aa mv wars
i ut m that- fan aa
ajpawesrtal
M tha Wriwwlv frav.
late hattle-dav.
Maty thorn knrfM ta ataast.
The fn taaaa ya i r aaJ
vtCarSfl c.'s?w?Ui as a iW aas tread
We tmtstar onn tiareaHr deathless ilea
"lataf eaafc lastly grave.
lb
l iialatt frown:
Thar ara
Mwefteas Raw
We aether thaw We. and we lay tha down,
SS f5f" Jryrii are tbc oly craw a
We VHnc M vrraatti earb brow.
Ani ike dead Umm net the dead,
Vbil rtie iirisx e'ar them weafl;
Aa4 tke Maj wltaffi Laaaaal StafitwaJI W,
A anWMbaftfU haj w.ct toart b ct M .
KxoTrfttK. I)eeMber,lMf.
KAYMOKDvXrilE "iVIBWAM IIOY."
very rick mtire upon current political
rlianwten, ItMjuat beea polMted b) Kbw
York, under the title of "Wigwram Jun
lion." It k in the Mjle of Dickena' "Mua;
I v .Thm ion." IUvhkhhI of the New Y'ork
Tiuk, cotnee in for it in this wise : .
I urn the Boy of the Wigwam. I am ll4
liule Nor of AeWjigw. Mg pare
cill me Tlatikr ilt.yftiooa, "hm. I always
K.-H with the raUic by the name of the
ISoy. 1 blaaka awl, lieks the ImhH, ami
IJowh the iieiiM and hipea sway the' tearc
of the wwitofB. I am a contortionist, I am ;
I amawea Ute fellen what comes Itere. by
turning of myaolfiMUle out anti ouieioe hi ;
I kin aUnd on my head and my heaU at
one ami titc same time. The Darnport
UrotherB kn't a patch to ine. Vy. only tite
oilier day I performed a trick which it Juw
taralyMti everyhody with wonder. Iteok
n tureen of Treaaury soup and held it ottt
at arm's length, ami at the aame time re
peatedly Uwived atyeeir !nide and ootmde
of my roundabout, without apillin a drop
of the soup or damagfa of myielf a hh, or
making the alighteM wrinkle in my ooat
( Between b, Iliad that ere garment made
very loose, and ffjtlit under the aleeveti, ao
aa to move easy.) I am, a very funny fiW,
aoMeti mes, 1 am. The other day I made a
taldfWH of myself. You'd oughter a aeen
me. It waa a very amuain thing. I wan a
htamlin in front af Wigwam a coautin of tlte
Ienniee which I itad made by sellin newt
lapeffi for there i one paper which I giU
lor nothing - andof whick- I sella several
copiea daily for Mien who write for it ami
Veteran greeniea m I waa a aaying, I waa
a oouotin of the pennies which I had
made, and wa a Mendtn with my laee
to the Wigwam door ao that no other Boy
fthould catch a atght of me and jJay grah,
when wlw ahoulii I see a coming ont of the
Wigwam that the great Weeper. "Boy,"
says h?,1n a voice of thunder mixed with
hi tier and Niger, "look at them hooU ! 1
thought you cleaned them boots off tld
morninr' "Yos air," aays I, a rollin my
tongue, for I knowed what war a comin,
"Ycaair.BO I did." "Veil," aayshe, "Now you
leet eit down and clean them ycr boots agin'."
So 1 jtwt drojM down jmhI war a benden
over, when I heard a step I knowed very
wel a ftten behind me aad Uiea I felt a
kick I knowed still better. Old Thad, yer
tee, always wears souare-teed boots, ami he
plants 'eaufirm, and for an old man he do
kick powerful strong. JSow the UwUe
Individooal he pretends not to see old
Thad. He smiles blandly at noothlnk all
the while, only lookin' down occasionally
awl pintin out with his toe the jieroolwr
HpU that needed mctry toHfllie. I didn't
turn round ; and so old Thad he sent in a
couple of bttstere that fairly loosened every
hair in my body. "Boy," he yowiqd,
" look at my boots I ' Now, exercistn one
of the numerous double fackiltios that I
itOHseases. I cast a look backwards at the
lirogaM that wasatthistimeaplayin' like the
walein' beam of a ferry-boat. In an m-
staa 1 perceived that aumtmn mos be tiki.
You will please to remember that eld
Thad, he stood square Ivchiml me, a
dungin away Uke mad. Without stopulH
Uie fmal olh on the kips of the 'Umble
Individ, I amoenaneoiialy began oj ra
tions on the gwiboats of ihau cteanin
the same
.more remark-
rer
'Jortaiinit! 7
GenttlmeVi. T tltank you for the nickels,
ami in return I will perform several of my
moat ameesin t risks. Yen see me hdld
mvselfotrt at arm's length by the alack of
Ilia I tui mvi r. aihi.o iijuii.. .ib .ti rv i i
easier to do that than sell the Time. Ybu
ui-e me loekic few:' rays at oust. That's
one of my most extraordimary tricks.
any genl'emaa be aDod enough to kick me?
I like to be kicked. It httrtft, but I like it
You perceive, genl'men, that klekm tioean't
affeot inc. I makes m complaints. Even
when X m Mied tke womtest, I kin smile
and amile, am! be a Little Villain.
This way, gem" men, to the padlock ami
erretArial deiiartmeat. Here's where I
writes my letters and eommoonicashtins.
I'm a wery literary boy. Fvc wrote a good
deal. I've wrote "a good many letters I
wish I could set aome of 'em baok. Tain't
fair for one nHer to keep another fefter'a
letters, and make she oilier feller liek Lis
1 toots for kr of Havrn' them dockvnteMt
exposed mwH Mr, is it?
aenl'men, I mala, no complaints. I like
to be kicked. But that genrman who jwt
new atfibbed mc with sich uncomoH force
hado' ought topftt bradawls in tite pht of
his boots lie luism't.
Uenl'mehfTm Yetrlbml of the theartre
I thtnk I'd be a )foM aotor myself. IVt
i, I'm reely heavy u inivate theatricals.
on oughter see tm m Mfmimt iCaaJy in
tlte H)' " "The AjtoMate, or the Cuss of
rattens."
Uent'men, I hmi yH is not disgusted
with me? I hopes these noomerow kieks
arenotsifiM of dlHsatMaekidiun ? If I'd
a known that I would a disgusted von,
genTmeu, I wouldirH a Bone iU Genl'men,
the imterel Hoyancy of my distOMtion mav
have led me to lie too free and oooftdhi'.
Genl'men, oredtt sueh overflow in' to tite
sympathiM of yoath. I'll do an v thing for
you. eenrmen. 8o lieJp me Boh, hereafter
I will do awtfemg for any body. (As 1
was a savin I like to be kicked, but not by
a oane. I think that a kick that
makes yon turn a double somerset isn't -cordis
to fehe rates of the V. K.) But
men, I must go. I hopes I have not dis
gusted you. If I'd a known I'd a done k
I wouldn't a done it," but how could I know
that I would a done it when I didn't know
tltet I eould know that I did know that 1
didn't know that I wouldn't a dor.c it?
Yes sir, eemin sir
BROADWAY HIIT.T.S.
Corner or CUerry nnU I.lnr Nlrrrli.
OKTAlLTRICItSOP FLOUR, MEAL A Nil
IV Feed eWirarW free f Otwree:
J'loer aiaJeef WbM Wheat. ' W
ja ' naata LavrJ . .
Uww MWii Mcfara Kar Mew- ...
Mroifr S. FimJW .... l
btraaaa. er UiiWhwJ IW, WO IW I
MUdltoes.lerWa. - 1
Rm P- i
HiK-kwfceat fleer-r--
Cam MeaL fr bushel
Braa. ierWft--rri
.Mixed, do., w W lb
Short, per MB lfe
Hay. perJ-Wtt.-
l'uni.ierbabel ..
Usla. per bket
It. D. DIUblEY. AcM
Dwelling House For Hent
On IlHfen Street,
at usa.i ai.S aaVaVV4
gRLJfKK-
m Mi
srfirPfltt 1h0 awi
MftV fisd Ml
earaer Ami aad
both pairs of boots at one ami
Ume ! JivhM alHJe thmfflMtt moi
aMe k aeTact:Ufct old Tim nc
MaklAn
n ml
ML (treats, whara aa
hmM
be Hleat fi
YELLOW PINE rLOOKING
At to
Kl&Mt) POrUKa tJl2pftM LUMBER
Af aB
Cr. UrHit'ftiitl nml North Summir ffti.
EOWLAtf D. SPERRY & CO.
Cotton Factors,
coar.iri.ssix merchants,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
A lilt
Aenl; Ir the I'rnnUlIu Iclory,
SO. 46 .WEST SBOOND STREET,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
QOHSIOKMBKTR OF
f'OTTOX, '
TOHACfO, IKII1I ritUIT, iltr
So) vetted, sad liberal " Oat" adraseat atada an
tee same.
OWI.AXI, 8ITRKY A- VO.
aevia-liB .
MAMtM. MII.I.I.R a CO.,
Cineinwatt. 04iW.
SH.OE, BILL k flD.,
Mea)diU, Teaa.
BELL, HARRIS & CO.,
XKW ORLKAXS. LA.
Cotton aad Tobacco Factors
. juia .00; can.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
I EFKKRINQ TO THK ABOVE
WE UB
from our
IV 'fllnllj aalieit aaoaignmeati,
friendr. KeFetMl v
BKLL. JIARKIS i CO.
Maasrf. SlraUoa.Chena)' i Roy.Xiwbville. Tent).
Meaarn. Baaamont i 0kn OttHfliarille, Tenn.
I). K. Keaaedy. Sea...
0n. R. L. CHratlMrs. Luna son. Tenaessee. 1
Qeatfre BVemlar. flrtiu, TeeiiftMee.
deet7-"?m
CHANCERY SALE;
OK
Saw Milii, Oxon, Wagons, Etc.
N ATCRAy,
JANTAUY 12, ISC7,
at MoRwen Htalinn. on the K. k N. V.
Italtmad. I wiU eli at aaHi. FOR
CASI1- 1
Two Saw Mtlts, CowK.rTS, with doable eircu
Ur wmt, 4e Ui' L A Hadli. Oae nfmeei
has Mvar been run. All in good condition-
Six yoke of Oxen ;
MxOx WaoBn;
One set of Blacktniitn's Toots;
One Law Mill;
One Circular " Cattinc off" Saw ;
Together with the Took belonging to the M!ll.
and other artiotas wfaknHsr ebarackr.
Bale to coiniuence at 11 o'eloak. I
JanS-td M. B. HWIVKbLi U. X M
DISSOI.UTIOX.
ri'HK PARTKKRSHII' HKRETOPORK KX
,1 itinic between C. M. llrlsgs and A. L.
StaMpi. linger tbe itybj al Gnu name of lirigc
.tCo,
i tnis a ay aiaraivea oy imntatKm.
The
banfoww will be
continued at the old
ainine as heretofere.
aland ilvle af firm reiai
Ail parties inaewea to me 01a tirra win please
eoine forward and make immediate savsnit
U. M. imldua.
.lanusry 1,1867. A. L. STA-UPS.
COPARTNERSHIP.
MR. I. L. 11 V ATT in admitted a member of
the finn of Uruus i Co. from this date.
January 1. W. 0. M. liRIflOS.
aS-lw fl'.ATJ
Yalnal)lc Cit.v Property
FOR SAI.E. i
Frank A.
Irwin, Adm'r, vs.
and others.
James Irwin
1V VIRTUE OP A DhX'RKE OF THE
1j County Court f lavtdn county, randered
at its l)yeler Term, 1MB. in the above eaufe.
1 will sell at 1'nblie Aurtkin, at the south end
ol'the Court Houm) is Kajtbville.on Niiturttny,
lh lUtU Uny of Jiuiiiary, 1K07, the ftl
lowhiK deacribnil pra(erty, belonginfr to Hie
etate of Kachsel Irwin, deceased, to-wit :
One lot siteatad on the corner of Spruee street
and an alley, adjoining the " II unic School liuibl
tacLot.'Mn the city of "faahville. frontinit
feet to an allay, on which lot it erected a frame
dwelUne honae.?
Thtlxbove lot wilt be dh ided into two or three
lots. a may suit pnrefaaters. AIm. 4 lota situated
on Maple rtreet. in South Nahvftle,ech fraetine
41 feet on said Rtreet. and running back to bn
alley, Mid last mentioned lots beingunimproved.
Tksms : One-fourth aah. and balanee on- a
creditor fi. 12, IS al 24 mouUi. Kotoe baariog
interest from daj' f sale, whh personal sesarjty
required far unpaid iiurohwe money, and lien
dedt fd P. L. XICnOL. Clerld
LOOK OUT FOR BARGAINS
IX
BOOTS AND SHOES;
F. H. FRENCH, j
NO. 21 PUJtr.IC SOPARE,
J"iPKNS THIS
DAY AX EVTIltK VRIV
tok af
CtiHfont-MadcRootsuiKlShocs
which he will sell at Panic Prices. Tbeeem want
f wpi. dureUK atyfcah work will find ttteu at
wreattyredueaa ptlew.
I1 Kliich
novM-lf
Nclllnir I.chm Tlinn Coat.
CLOTHING.
A Ijirt;o nml Rleicrniit Stock of
OEXTS" CLOTHING
Of Mtperior make and quality, may be found at
the Store of
GEO. B. ABBOTT.
NO. 2 I.rjilR STREET,
(Near the Sewaoee Hom.
ovnittfOATS -'J",
Itt'NINRSS SHITO,
IMXTN AM V1ISTN,
FlXn IUtllSH MITiTNIMr.
1
Also, a Urteatoekvf f
1'rt-iK'ti nml IlulUlt
Cletis, CRsimeroe aad Vestiug-s,
Carefalty aetactad from tbe rtockn of the Win
cipat haportan. wiuaai will b awHte ap to erder.
At the Wad of the
1 ami fart tiring: Oupartnicnt
We have a Cvltar of apixwved aoettjnsa. and
wi:l siurantee that Myla, it aad worttdhlMn
haJI give entire wlicttoa. An erp on naccwt
aeariy TWENTY YEARS in stHdyitd; w
waala and taatas of the citiiens of NmMH.
warrants the aamrance that cryloxlj was find
a J'sfAfJ oOTMK l
. 3
We oner. also.
oi.i.i:ii: vrKKin.
a large Mock of I
BOYS'
CLOTHING,
.Ma4e to order m aoaaeof the beat eataUii
m cw ork--jlh. weflnMMa. ai r
snnaaaeta nnea,
FINK OXEN SiriRT$,
Of the beet mananwrarr.
fXnr.ItSHIKTS AX nRAtVHKN.
C..llae. (,-r.v.U S.-k, (Ttort. tt..tc.j
CJEO. It. ARnOTll,
d4-tf
38 t'otlcfr Strict.
"1
For Rent.
T) Y D1ICRKK I X C AXCK Y . ISTM
JJaf Jao. W. Walker TLtiMStMrilW U
I ant dtrctd to rent
vm-
ones aa Qbardi Kredt oeenpiad hr
MWb Ureenvt Ad m Store SLU
ifCASF
fer tb
R. CVaabat
aMiiBnjigl
CfcmftVlni J 1
100 0 ACHES
or ciioic r.
Middle Tennessee Land
FOR . Si AXE.
TVIIIitu Sovi. Ie of Vnslirllle.
TIEf PPfi OFFKItS FOR SALE
A iww m me i met U Lal ob vrtttrh
beremdea. It m aaaetttibtfl of convenient divi-
moo. m exeeetHnely rteh, and it eapeclnlly
nilni(eI to Orawie. One-hnlf at the traet
wMeh, by the aid or theNorthwertem Hail road,
wbuih ium tbronrh it. rvttil.l aT.I i v..k-
Tiiieiorworeinaaineirliole land wotd eoiU
h jwai one i me ueai nlocix inrmi
ever oaerea Mr le in lavidon county, amity
X oaar. sue. alaree TinmK ir- nr tiiiim.ti-i-
lreI Sloftt sevaral fin Rinllinn r. Vu,
to six yean old, a fewtare. and a number of
mm imu iwu j eai oiu iiu some or tnem in
nee po million va Be traiatti lhn
If the Stallions are not old soon, they wilt b
farmed On flrnrsld. Urmi "
I also offer for aale a j.air of Thorough
orcu .iiuiiifrN, well matched and broke ti
Deeember 6, 1W6. tf
The ljujwville Courier. AucusU Contittion
atlet, MeMle AdrortUer and KepUter. epy to
meaawunt 01 yaiam lynrarmnltsto thin Office,
timce or tue Traveitxijr, Agency
rB THE
M. Louis Mutual Life Insurance Co.,
ta Itm Statu of KcnlncV. d TennMiw.
unrner or 1 ine unit Cliurch scicrtu
At a W. KmH'" DmgJStorc, Sabrillc, Tenn.
nort-tf JOHN D. KLINE, Agent
G. H. SMITH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
NASHVILLE. TENN.
OFFICE.. Ko. MS
Deadsriek street.
Cherry street
North
of
tsept '
FOR SAI.E,
ON TEN YEARS CREDIT!!
A DESIRABLE COUNTRY SEAT AND
Fifteen seres of good Land, four hundred
yards from Jlread street, extended. The im
provements esnsiit sf a Residence contain? nine
rooms, kitchen, servants' room, carriage house,
stable, spring heme, otatern. well and orchard.
The easy payments required can be realized
out sf the products of the stil. This Li one of
the finest opportunities far focunng a good homo
inai can db onereu.
ANDERSON. JOHNSON i SMITH.
dec27-lm Agents.
CUMBERLAND COAIi,
The Cheapest and the Best
T F.AVE YOUR ORDERS FOR YOUR
v inters supply at tbe ouice 01 Asbikotok
dcr iBRiB, ao. ob a-uuiic niuaro, ana I
will see them promptly Oiled when ordered
lermi i;asn on uenvery.
deelS-Im for Av. 0. Loaxs
OEO. H. REID. W. H. CRAOBOU.tX- J. T, BRnw,
HELD, CHADBOUEIj & CO.,
(Successors to French & Co.-,)
Cotton nml Tolmeco Factors
1ND
General Commission Merchants
Corner oreinrko nml Front SlrvelN,
jeMy NASIIVILLR,
1XT00D FOlt SALK
AT TAUD. OP. PELIV
V V v4, cbipr tbaa at any
utlier yanl iu tlte
ctty.
Trit ettietly CASH.
Extra ImluccnientH,
r ARTiKS rnnoiiASiNa lakgelt
Yard corner Xorth Front and Jefferson
Streets.
a. nOOAN.
Q. V. DANFOUTH, Agent.
oct8S-3fn
AT IT AGAIN.
M. 0. SULZBACHER,
. VTHOLrSALK AN'B RETAIL PK1LKR 1$'
Groceries, Wines, Liquors
I'lgnrH, Tolinrro.-DyeHlitirx, file..
No. 13 North Market Street, bet
Uhurcli and Union,
NASHVILLE TENNH6SEE
IN CALLING YOUR ATTENTION TO TllE
L aiovc card. 1 would respectfully (notify ybu
that I have just received, and have now on hand,
a complete stock of Fresh Family Uroeerii,
ines. Liqunrs, tHgars, Tobacco, etc etc., and
nil articles to no touml in a well regulated store.
Htvinir all faciKties to procure the bml n,l
cheapest goods in market, I ofl'er to my friemls
and patrons soch inducements as will make it to
taeiradvnntsRe to call ana examine mystocl
and prices before making their purchaser else
wnere. xnanicmi tor pasi patronage, I solicit
continuance of the same.
deeM-Sm M. V. Sri.ZBACII:It.
X. W. JOYCE.
8TAFF0KD, 2.XD
JOYCE & STAFFORD,
COTTON AND TOBACCO FACTORS
XKt
Commission Morohants,
ISO. Union Street
m:w om.KA'fN.
SPHCIAL ATTENTION PAIDTO FILLINQ
orders, and liberal Cash advances made pn
LEA & PERRINS!
CELEBRATED
WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE.
PRONOUNCED
sr
CON.NOIKRlTiLS
TO BR THE
-XLY COOB ScilCT
and applicable to
Kvcrjr Variety
or
KXTKACT
of a Let!er from a
MEDICAL OBN
TLEMAN at Mad
ras, to his brother
at n OEcr.sTiR,
May. 1S51.
"Tell Lea A Pbr
rins that their
SAUCE
is hiablv Mtcemisl
i)in India, and is, in
my opinion, tho
most palatable as
well as tne most
wholesome Sauce
ni.sir.
thst Is made,"
Tbe sueesssaf this most delicious and unrivaled
coadlaiant having caasad many unprineiided
dealers to apply tbe name to Sroaious Co
rouvps. the PUBLIC is BKSPr.CTrci.LY and kjir
N sariv request ed to see that thonames of LEA JL'
Maunliaetared by
LEA .V PERRINS. Worceste'.
JOII.V MUXCAN'S NOXN,
Nrsr Yog. Agents for the United Stales.
oc8 lyiai
St. Charles Hotel.'
fX AND AFT IK PIJWT JANUARY, isr.7.
boanl wffi be as feMows
Uny Ilonrd ly the WeU
ltoartl by litn Moulli,
jr. 00
$ea oo
N dedncrtoa made fer absent time, les than
ne wl:, in monthly board.
N. B. HAHILTO,
Janl-lir PROPRIETOR.
P. 11041
tiro, a Kftrta
O. I. Kan
PlflKAlU), MVm & KENT,
GRNHttAIi
Commission Merohants,
100 Commorotal Street, cor. Walnut,
ALL BIWJNBS8 BJTTRIWIW Trt OHKOAHK
piawpWy atlP'd
nKrERKXCXti:
Pint KktlMial Baak. MabvflH.
Wise, TwUy & Oa., Uaakan. NubvHto.
T. Ous Jasv, pcefKKtdr tM. OaaJ UM,
Niinu -iy
BILLOWS FACTORY.
AM PRBPAXHOWIMt A LARGE STOCK
u( UEIXOn of aM sises. for lbs market.
taeas Hm aaraaa whi waappjw,"
easing me Urese tue rastaiuce ai aaaoyme.
O'NEILL'S I EE AB ESTATE
TJ. S. Claim Agency,
85 CEDAR STREET.
XA.SIIVIIXE ....
....TF..XKfSEE
T OYAL OWNERS OF SLAVES 1VU0
1,1 enlUtod in the U.S. Army are entitled to
THREE ifijNDRED DOLLARS oompensatkn
for oaeh and every one. The Board appoieted
by the Secretary of War to examine and report
to Washington npon this class ef claims is at
praaent in Nashville, and all persons bavins
ebdau of this character would roneult their own
lnr.eresl by calling on me at my oSice, Ne. '
Cedarstreetunstaln.JorbycomiDHnicatingwlth
mil by mail. tie it necessary, I could give a
l&tijj: list of some of the first men of tbe nation
as reterenccj, nut l use it that X am wall enough
kiiOwn in the State, and mr uihwu In t.r.u..
eating claims against the V. S. Government is
ioi weu eacaoiunca in nrwi mv ntba. azLd.Kuir.
than the hundreds of officers. (Kildiers and chi
tons of the State whose claims I have prosecuted
lu luccmui seuicmeni. l migut, oowever.
mention the fact that harini- hum niMil
with the organization of colored troops in this
State, and oeing personally acquainted with.
nariyau iae oateere el colors leaiments in
thu department, and having been enossed'
fer the last nineteen months in collecting Ilack.
Pay, Bounty and Pension for the soldiers'
themselves, and being in. daily cammunication
With thousands of ifiem, my facilities for tracing;
out the company and regiment itlto which tbev
enlisted are certainly as good, if not better.
man woee oi aay oiuer parlies engaged in tne
business.
As for my facilities for prof ecu kin? theed
Claims at Washington, I flatter myself that none
n:ive neuer.
x nsHee inatsome Agents are charging S pi
cent, and others IS nercent. feea for nrMwnnf
er
nit
tliete clafms. but I am of tbe nninbtn that tbcv
may be prosecuted for let, and would suggest 10
p-:r cent. And in connnetion with this would
b-;i: leave to state that I consider tbia nercent
ai;e remarkably low, but as I am permanently
lecated hers, and have other business to attend
10 ai ine same lime, i can anoru to attend to
tun baetnesg lor less than some others.
I would be pleased to open a correspondence
with aeents and attorneys throughout this State,
aad will be hapi.y to enter into arrangements
with them to furnish blanks and all necessary
instructions.
Claims against tbe Government, of officer?,
cititens and soldiers, promptly attended to.
Particular attention paid to soldiers claims
for Equalization of Bounty.
Colored soldiers are now virtually on the same
tooting, witQ regard to back pay. bounties, pen
sions, etc.. as white soldiers, and any difference
of pay and bounty which have been denied them
in the past, 2n distinction from white soldiers,
All parties having claims in mv hands for col
lection are requested to call and sec me, or write
tome in reference to them, as mntiv chnnrM
have taken place in the postal arrangements of
tne state since tne claims were Sled, and letters
are Being returned to me every day uncalled for.
I have a number of checks in my office at
present for different parties, whom I cannot
hear from.
In future I shall advertise every Saturday, in
the Nashville Union and Dispatch and Press and
Times, a list of Checks and Certificates on hand
on rndav evenings.
I am also Agent for tbe .National Steam Navl
gation Company, plying between Qneenstown
anu Liverpool and iscw A orK.
Jloney AiIviuicihI on Ofllcer, Cltl
7.PIIS' iHitlaKoItllerH' CInlmi.
JOHN O'NEILL,
Real Estate and Claim Agent.
dee21-lm S5 Cedar St.. Nashville. Tenn
UinlSOX STKATTOX, IUMPTDX J. CIIKXEV
BRXJ. P. ROT.
STRATTON. CHENEY &R0Y.
COTTON AND TOBACCO
1TA.CTOTS,"
AND 0 EXE RAT.
No. 11 Ilrosttl SI. Nashville,
TIAVINQ SOLD OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF
Ai llrocenes to MessrSUHK x IIro'3. wewill I
future purchase and sell
COTTON AND TOBACCO
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE
ENTIRELY ON COMMISSION.
Planters may rely upon our best efforts to obtain
the IIIG1IKST JIAKHET KATES for
their Produce. And should our friends favor lis
with orders for Groceries, they may rest assured
of having goads purchased at the LOWEST
JIAKKICT l'RICE.
Having one of the largest warehouses in th
city, our facilities for tho STORAGE OP
COTTOX AX I TOBACCO is unsurpassed by
any house in the South. We have and will keep
on hand a large supply of ItAGGIXO AND
HOPE, and several kinds of XltOX TIES,
which we offer on most reasonable terms.
We w ill molt Ilie mutter of Recel vliljr
ami 1'ortvHriliii); GooiIh n ScrfHly
In our 1iihIiu-ss, and all Qoodsconsignedat
us fur Re Slilimeiif will be U. upon arrivn
at the Wharf orDepot, prom(itly forward at th
least expense to the Owner.
I.IHrrnl AilvntiroN imule on I'on-
!
NltriimciitH. ' oct2 j
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
FOR THE RAPID CURE OF
CoiikIih, ColtN, Iiiflupiizn. Hoamruras,
Croup, IlronrliltN. Iiicieilenl Con.
sumption, nncl forllip relief of Con
Niimiillve PatlenlH iu iiilvnnceil n(i
(reHof the tlsense.
QO WIDE IS THE FIELD OF
O its usefulness and so numer
ous are the cases of its cures,
that almost every section of
country abounds in persons
publicly known, who have been
restored from alarming and
even desnerate disoasos of the
lungs by its use hen once tried, its superior
ity over every other expectorant U too apparent
te escape observation, and whereits virtues are
known, tho public no longer hesitate what anti
dote te employ for thadistrossine and dangerous
affections of tho pulmonary organs that are inci
dent to our climate. While many inferior reme
dies thrust upon the community have failed and
been discarded, this has gained friends by every
trial, conferred benefits on the afflicted tboy can
never forget, and produced cures too numerous
and too remarkable to be forgotten.
We can only assure the public, that its quality
is carefully kept up to the best it ever has been,
ami that it may be relied on to do for their relief
all that it has overdone. ;
Great numbers of Clergymen, Physicians,
Statesmen, and eminent personages, have lent
fbeir names to csrtify tho unparalleled usefcl
nessof our remedies, but space here will not
permit the insertion ufthem. The Agents below
named furnish gratis our Aurrioin ALmivic in
whieh they are given; with also Ml deseriptiens
of the complaitits they cure.
Those who tequire an aUtrativ mrdicinr to
purify the blood will find Area's Covr. Ext.
Sarsapabilla the remedy to use. Try it once,
and you wilt know its value.
Prepared by J. V. ATE II A CO.,
Lowell, Massachusetts, and sold by
DruggUts and ilealetf every where at wholesale
nod retail: in Xashvtlle by . .
BgRRY. DEMOVILLF. i WHARTON,
decIiidw-ilecAJan
Ia. If. liASflER,
(Late of Laniw. Phillips Co..)
Wholesale Grocer and Commission
Merchant,
xo- an sotTn market street,
NASHVILLE, TENN.
T HAVE JUST RETURNED FROM NEW
J York and Baltimore, where I puwfeased a
new stock of Groceries, and ara bow opening at
my etd stand. No. 30 South Market street, where
I will be pleased te see my friends and the pub
lic generally. I shall erdeavor to sell Groceries
at s neb prices that merchant will find it to their
interest to buy in Nashville instead ef going
larther. Any business entreated to me will meet
wMi prompt attention.
The following articles comprise a part of my
stock in store and receiving:
Choice P. R. Sugar, extra Demerara Sugar.
Fair to Good Demerara Sugar. Crushed and
Powdered Saear. Cat Loaf Suar, Ground and
firantriated Sugar, A, B aad C Coffee Sugar,
Stuart's Extra Syn'C Choice Rio Coffee, La
ireyra Oaffe. OW Government Java Coffee,
choice Rice, Wheeling Nails. Use Hive Srap,
Clear Sides, Cheese, Pepper, Race flmser. Spice.
Fire Crackers. Star Candles, SoapConaantrated
ljre. Indigo. Madder. Durkee"s east Powder.
U round Mustard, Pepper. Spice, ete. : and a
general stock of Liquors : Copper and Lesd
all of which will be IJ low to the trade.
nov-3to L. II. LANIER.
AKEROYD & DOBSON,
A R C H I T E O T S,
H. W. R !Hl'H'H AND HI8H 8T8.,
h'aslnlllo, ... Tenneaiec
1 j LANS, EliEVATIONH. SETI0J(R,r8LL
X ttaed IVtail Drlagi aad Sptdftntwiii, roai
pWt aadeaHrr, (whh er wHaaat wpriateaiMWj
tor rvry chn ef tchwiiutlcl, Ctcil and ItemMtlc
mg. Atw, J.lgoor of
Monuments, Stained Hlass. and Tolo-
chromatic Doeoratton.
M. AKEKOYn,
.NMtnllW.
W,
icMneoK'
. S:. G0LLAD4Y, .
C t t'v S li o o ! ! v e,
ftast"St
ctlud'uiMd r
So. S. HluiBiona'
t . . -
lock, Clmroit Wli et.
Tit
- jRimLiriuM; -'
A. A. SPENCER & CO.
Southeast Corner of"
Church and College Streets,
NASHVILLE. TDNJiESSBE.
COTTON FACTORS,
COMMISSION,
FORWARDING
AND DKAI.t'.KS I.
PROBUC E,
It O C ERI K 8,
Flour, lint on, LiuT,
IKfHI FItlflT. Etc; Kio.
Ortlent fllll ultli t'nrp nt lltp Lowest
Slnrkel I'rlccs.
4
OUR LARGE WAREHOUSE enables us to of.'
fer superior inducements to Planters and others'-
Snipping their Cotton and other Produce to us,
on which we will make
1.1 H Kit A I. AUVA.Vt'KS,
Sell, Store, or Ship, on thei.nioat
Favorable Terms.
Parties favoring. u9 with their busines,may
depend on it receiving prompt and careful
attention. - A. A. NPEXCEK A CO.
Southeast corner of Chirreh and College sts,
ocia it
Louisville and Nashville
EAILE O AD
QUICK TIME TO
sr. i.oius,
CUM'AGO.
CINCINNATI,
. . F . - ,ANI THE E.1ST.
Tivo Ilnlly Tlironslt uTrnlns,, Sinking
Direct Connections al Louisville for
Hip East, West nnrt Nortli.
COMMENCING NOVEMBER 30. m,
' Trains will run as follows : -
No. 1
No. 2.
Leave Nashville 5:00 A.M
1250 P M
3:45 P M
5:22 P M
9-.) P M
Arrive at Bowlint Green, 8;00 A M
" "Cave City, 9:29 AM
" V Loui'ville. 1:00 P M
WEST AND "NORTH.
No. 1.
Leave Louisville 1:30 P M
Arrive Ind'nnp'lis7:00 P M
Arrive Chicago 10:50 A M
" SULouk. 9-0 A 11
EASTi
No. S. No. 3.
9:30 PM 630 A
4:15 A M 12: P
M0 P M 10:10 P M
1K PM 1:45 A M
No. 1. No. 2.
Leave Louisville
Arrive at Indianapolis
" Cincinnati ' '
Cleveland
" Buffalo
Pittsburg
" " Baltimore
" " Washington
" " Philadelphia
" " New York
" Boston
1:30 P M 9c30 P M
7:00 P M 4:15 A M
11:55 P M 6:15 A M
fi:15 A M 30 P M
1SS5 P M 10:40 P M
10:25' A'M 9,-80 P M
12:20-A M 1:00 P M
12:40 A M 1:20 P M
7:00 A M 3:48 P M
5:00 P M
JSfS- Steamers of U. S. Mall Line leave Louis
villednilv at 10 A. M. and 4 p. it., arriving in
Cincinnati in time to take early morning trains
fer tho East,
. Passenger car attached to freight trains-
Leaves franklin, Ry., at 7:10 a, v., and Gallatin
at 9:30 a. u.. arriving in Nashville at 11:50 a. m
Leaves Nashville at3:50 r. m., -arrives at Galla
tin 6:20 p. M and at t rank lin Sfco5 p. u.
ALBERT FINK,
General Superintendent L. & N. R. R
dec9
NASHVILLE & DECATUR
RAILROAD
Great Central All "Rail Route
BKTWgn.N
NASHVILLE AND HUNT.3VILLE
MEMPHIS. MOBILE AND
NEW ORLEANS,
AN1 ALL ' INTERMEDIATE POINTS
mifR NASIIVILLR AND DECATUR RAIL
I rnnd Comnnnr haa made arrangement! with
the Memphis and Charleston Railroad Company
by wtnrn passtngers go, , : j ,
Tlirouutrto MeniphU.wIltiniit CIinnR
of Corn.
Only one change between Nashville and Mobile
or new ur leans, uy anj mer nouie
there are
i
Nplciiditl Sleeping Curs on
all Night Trains.
Tnaoraa Etpagas Traix leaves Nashville
Daily at 9:30 p.Jn.
Arrives at Decatur at 4:30 a ju.
Connects with Memphis and Charleston Rail
road for Huntsville, Memphis. Mobile. New
Orleans, and all intermediate points.
Leaves Decatur at - 5:65 a. u.
Arrives at Nashville at 11:53 a.m.
Connects at Nashville with Louisville and
Nashville Railroad for all points East. North
wid Northwest and with evening. trains 'on N Jr
0. and N. & N. W. and E. Jt K. RaIlroad.i. for
points on those lines. (
I'rrlglit nnl Accotninodation, '.Wnlly
Except Suuilnya.
Leaves Nashville at - 7:25 a. m.
Arrives at Uecatur at - 0:00 p.a.
Colnmbln Accomnsodstlon Train,
Dally, except Snntlnya.
Leaves Columbia at . 7:15 x. u
Arrives at Nashville aU lfCO x. M
Leaves Nashville at 3:00 p. u
Arrives at Columbia at ..-- a5 r.
Bajrgngo Checliett Tliroi?Bl.
FARE AS LOW AS THE LOWEST.
For Through Tickets and other information,
please apply at the office of the Nashville City
Transfer Company, Northeast corner of Summer
and Ohurch streets, and at tht. Bread Street
Depot, Nashville, Tennessee. '
J. B. VAlf DYNE,
nov29 General Superintendent.
Nashville and Chattanooga
R A I L W A. Y
CHANGE OE TIME.
Ori-inK OP QEXKaAI.SOPISWTK,VDNT.
. ' . . XT X 117 I ' . . . n. . w
r,. X 1.. AMU ii. afc ..jii,
Nashville, Tenn.. Nov.2t5, im.
ON AND AFTER TUESDAY. NOV. 87,
I HOC, and until further notice. Passenger
trains will run as follows r
Nnsbville nml Clintlonooirw Line.
Leave Nashville for Chattanooga and all
points South, at 5:30 a.m. and8i30r.M. Arrive at
Chattanooga at 2:00 p.1 Hi and ftOD a. v. next
day. Returning, leave Chattanooga at 6.-09 r.
it. and 2:40 a. it. Arrive at Nashville at 40
a. it. and 11:30 a. it. next day.
All trains connect at V art race for Shelbyvllle.
Shk.tvim.k Aocomuodatiox Leave War
trace at 12:10 r. it. and 8:30 a. v. Arrive at Sfael
bvvllte at 120 r. it. and ft a. u. Leave Shel
bovtlle 7!iS) a. it. and llitt) r. v. Arrive at War
trace at 3:05 a. m. and 11:4S p. v.
FARE TO NEW ORLEAS --
MOBILE-
MEMPHIS-"
HUNTSVILLE
834 23
SI 10
la oo
7 35
Close connections made at Stevenson aad Chat
tanooga for all cities Ka?t and -South.
Sleeping oars on all Night PasseBcer twins.
Naalivillf! and Northwtsteru IJuc.
ExPEEes PassmgK' Leaves Nashville for
JehnsonviflivaBd nil points West and North west,
at 6.00 a.m. Returning, arrives at NashviHeat
10.001. Tt. i
AccewnoDATKMi-Ltaves Nashville atl3w p.
v., and arrives in NasbvRIa at fcBO p. it.
To take effect on and after Thursday, Nurem
berg, 1SC6.
Trains on the N. A N. W. R. R, eaanect at
JobnsenTllle, with the Cairo and Josssoavilla
Packets withaat fit. ,
hf ilertbs and Masts pkke on steamers eon-
neetbagwith N.
and 14. V. Kaureaa.
S- rsfsengers nv mil rooio a oi
feeptnr Oar and McaU between aabnlle and
Z- Trains ston at all Intermadiate pointi.
Proeare tickets at H O. Jsskson'ijappasMe Bt
Otsud He tel. or at tbe ChUtanoeBa Depot.
: iv. I'. INNES Genl Wt.
. N. A anad KtH. R. R
J. W. BROWN; Oeal Pass Agant.
nrgf-a.
' i & . 4
. , .WAXTED,
.0;UUU.1H .pay the, bast market . arise fcr
Tabaeeo. in gead prisinr enter. atKo Ub
-Market Mrcet, Ki
WEAKLEY & YARBROUGH,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
NO. 8 NORTH COLIiKCJH STREET.
4000 BARRBL3 J5XTRA FAMILV PBOUR ;
as barrels extra sepwaoe Flar? ' '
fi hogsh mils Xcw Orlmas SnHar ;
24 bogtbMds Deaterara Sngar;
50 barr4 CithIW and rewucmt Sncari.; .
360 tkt prime r.ld CeftVc ;
. J ak LafnlraOfff; t''
25 barrels fasskRlse;
SO barrels Nr Orfeaaa Statuim ;
2P9 boxes Preetori OnaWi Sp ;
196 boxes vartotu bnuidn Soap ;
laatwxesStarOanitles; ' ( '
IM bexM Taltsw Candles, hard preued ;"" . '
50 boxes One Chewing Tobacco; ;
S6 grow ri Cat Tolm ;
96 barreb Smaktee; Tabaeea ;
is kagsKaglUUSoJai , . j
lifikega Arawtcan Soda; , ,i
40 eas 1 and 2 Ui. mbi Oyiteu; v . i;
58 boxea Ptppttr ;
5fl boxes Sj4c;
( t 50 boxes Indigo ; ,
50 boxes 0 round Uiutard ;,
2t barrets llason'i BUeklng ;
M boxes ptfttquart and balf gallda
Battka
20 hexes Garrett's SnHfl; , .
36 gross Datkea's Blnlai?;
25 barrels Bourbon Whhky ,
3S barreb 'Robertson Qpunty WtiUky ;
100 barrels Foote Nash Proof Whliky
108 barrets Otagar OordUl ;
IS barrels Otngtr Wlae ;
15 barrals Sweet Wine;
SB barrl tirapa Vinegar ;
25 barrels Lemon Syrup j .
50 boxes Stareh ; ' ,n
90 'dozea Biiiliets ; '
56 doten Breanii ; . ' '
2000 Flour Sacks ;
50 boxes assorted Candy ;
Hrautly, Ram, Oln, Wines, of varbius braadi, at
WKAKLKV dt YAHimoiiUlfS.
No. 3 Nortli Oslkx street, NatlivlUe, Tenneawo.
oclllsm
B. B. OrKATHASf.
E. r. WOOD
R. B. Cheatham & Co.,
Wiror.ESAl.E GROCERS,
DEALERS IS
;FINE3 BRANDIES, WINES,
DOMESTIC LIQUORS,
TOBACCO, GiaAIiS-
clc, etc.,
: ... . ii
or. CoIIckc and Church Sin.
IVASIIVIM.E. TRtflV.r
KEEF! CONSTANTLY ON'IIANII AND
FOR SALE .
100 bags choice Jtio Coflee. . . V.
125 bbls Crushed, Povderetl and Uranu-
lated bugar.
140 bbls Coflee Sugar.
50 " Mackerel, No. 1 and 2. .
25 " " No. 3.
150 kits " No'. T, 2 and ?.,
200 boxen Star Candle.
125 " Soap (assorted.) . .
5 Tierres fresh Rice.
26 bbls Cider Vinegar.. . .
ooti fixtra J?anitiy rlour, hpring.
field and Port Royal .Mills.
100 bbls, J bbls and kegs country Lard
5 tierces Dried Beef.
50 bbls N. O. Molasses and Syrup.
60 bbls Sorghum Molasses.
10000 bushela Cotton Seed.
Together with an assortment of
FRESH CANNED FRUITS
8UCH A3
fJIrawIierry,
Penclics,
TOKUlfOCH, C
Pi Okies,
SartlineK,
Oysters
Brandy Peaches, '
and C'herries,
Worcester
antl Pepper Sajice,
Spices, Pepper, ete., etc::'
4
LIQUOB
AU0NQ3T WHICH ARE
6 'tJ Pipes Fine Erantly,- -Hlrinesey;
dtard, Dupey & Co. '
Pinto Castillon; vintage, 1 8 19, '52, and '57
3 United Yinemrd;PrpprietprK,lg60j
t .4 iRecholle, ! ' 1 ' ' :
3 Puncheons best Irish and Scotch Whisky
2 h Pipee Jamaica Rum,
6 I Pipes N, E. "
65 i cask Slierry and Port Wine, all
grades,
8 J casks pure Malga Wine, i s
4 Pipes pure Holland Qin,
75 boxes SL-Marccaux ChatmiegHe, '
30 " Cabinet " !
65 " Heidsick " ( J'
125 boxeadartf, very One. " - - ' j
W H.I S K Y. !
lObbJg. 'pidprow," 1855, WMmntttljti
' piridr to any ever oflereu In lasfi?iMe.
185 bbls pure RobertsoaCotmtyralfL awl nine
130 ' Bourbon, all grades,
23 Apple Brandy, pure, " 14
8 " Peadt Brandy, pure.
Aniset, Curacoa, Absynthef
jUTaruschlno; Wampoo j)rakes,
Plantation and Bakers' Bitters
and London Club.
5,000 Genuine Imported Havana Oigars.
110,000 Baltimore, all grades;
Together with a general assortment of Staple
and Fancy Groceries.
It. B. CirEATIIAM A' CO.
novll to onl6
WM. TITTLEB ATJM ,
S1TICIAN, No. 15 North Cherry St,
(opposite the Maxwell House.) .Nashville,
in. offers bis sorvices to a gene ous public.
By bis experience in this line be U enabled to
try the eyesight and suit spectacles accordingly,
so that the eye is not everoharged. bat merely
assisted. At Ms Optical Establishment oan also
be found Microscopes, Telescopes, Thermome
ters, Magnifiers, Mathematical Instrument.
Picture Frames, Opera and Field Glosses, etc.,
etc Remember that when yon want your eye
sight impiored you most salt at VI m. Tetle
basm's oHce. Ne. 74 Church street, opposite
Maxwell House. A'ashvBte. Tennessee. The
best Glasses, or pare Pebbles, set into eld frames.
dcc7-Jffl . .
CHANCERY SALE
FOR -
Thursday, Jan. K)t 1807.
Noble D.
Ellis vs. Susannah
Moore ami
othprsj
TN PURSUANCE OF DECREE OF THE
X Chancery Coart at Nashvfnein above named
eaase, I will sell fen the- premises, on
Thnrsdar, January
10, 1907.
ComaiMSeitur at 11 o'eteek x.
IM, feet of
A os MARKET JfTrfRKT. Ttwl
i fast, and Til ft front art CI
1. ronaini Imsk tin leet. wik nsaal
ately hi tlte rear of the above, giviBg to pui
ohaiers the advantage of buying tbreeib from
College to Market Kraal,
The above ardMid wflHe divided into lata to
fait pwabasers, and ara located just sooth of
Bredrtr.la " FRBBTERRITORT" Ppon
tnu praperty it atargetnree story
BRICK roUSDRI,
Cosplate Wt mil its arranramests: m two sory
Brisk ResMenex, susceptfbla af drvMaai be
sides Smoasc 8aM, etc. TsU very iiImM"
Sraparur wffl be soM without Uia fqa'Hj af ra-
' TERMS-Oae-fSurlh
eaah, btauce en aredtls of aa,
t wandllhrse ya. wijhihitsrMt. Mates with
approved fe-d
-tummmut, j uiunu s. smliu. Arm-
DRUGGISTS,
Corner Church and Cherry St..
XASIIVIXI.E, TEYiY.,
DRUGS.
MRDICINKS,
CIIEMIQALS,; - - - .i
paints; oils; '
WINDOW GLASS,'" "
'i VARNISHES, PUTTY,
' DYESTUFFS, Etc Ete. Etc.
EARE NOW IN RECEIPT QFALARQB
'aria vsHad tok nf PAVflV nontJS f
stttingef
Lubin's Extracts. Fine Soaps,
Hair. Tooth, and Nail Brashes,
Oimbs, Toilet Powder.
Pentodes of almost every variety.
AUo. a laroje stock of TVilet Set, eemprisiag
twaatv-five different ixitterss. the iat ansort.
-men ever DreHger to ine city.
Coal Oil, M hite Lead and Zines. Turpentine, and
Window Glass, tall MtesJ Colors ia 041; which
we are auennr on uierawi reasonaoie terms.
Brandies. iaesr Whiskies, of be purest qaal
itr for medicinal nurnoses.
A Adl stock of Cigars and Tabaoeo, of the best
brand.
Ceapers' Sheet and Shred Isinglass. Coxo's Gets
tine I lavoring Extracts. Spice of all kinds : to
whieh tbe attention of housekeepers is at tnis
time particularly InviteJ.;
Hv34-3m
ED. WILDER & 00.,
HQLES&LE DRUGGISTS,
DEALERS IN
TOBACCOS AND CIGARS,
DYE-STUFFS,
AND
GLASSWARE.
TTTE HAVE REMOVEITO OCR NEW
And Spacious Warehouse, Marble Front,
North Side of Main street,
NBARLY OPPOSITE LOUISVILLE HOTEL,
ONK DOOR BILOW THE COR.VSB OF SIXTH.
Where we have opened an entirely new stock of
Uaods, ana will oner to tbe trade, together with
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
A varied assortment bf
Druggists' Fancy Goods.
Liquors, Cigars, and Tobacco ,
Comprising the most complete assortment In
ono bou.o in this country. All of whieh wo
shall offer at manufacturers', and less thn manu
f ..tiir.m' n.i.iu m..HMUv
IK.U... ... , ' 1 . ...i.l ... U.J
I!. S. Haviltom. Jaues R. Oherj?.
Late James R. Green x Co
B. S. HAMILTON & GREEN
GROCERS,
Provision Dealers,
AKD
COM2HXS.SI02V ItlEIiCICANTS
NO. 25 CHURCH STREET,
NASHVILLE TENN
A RE NOW REGEIYIN6, IN ADDITION
XX. to their present Steele, per steamer Havana,
75 bags Coffeo, all grades;
75 hogsheads Sugar;
I i.1 . fr, FT.. Qi, rr- t. .
' I 1 L.J XIW MU0IM ,
Si barroli Crushed and Powdered Sngar'
ai barrel.' uranulnted nugar;
200 barrel! ohoice Flour;
50 K ban els Nos. 1, 2 and 3 Mackerel :
100 kits do. do. do
5 drums Codfish;
SO boxes Herrings;
20 cases Indigo and Madder;
10 bazs Ft DDcr and Spies:
100 boxes lobacco;
100 dozen Buckets and Washboards ;
' 76 boxes Cheese;
50 nests Tnbs;
(O kegs English Soda ;
25 boxes EagHeh Soda;
200 boxes S tar and Tallow Candles ;
100 boxes floap;
20 kegs Syrup, very choice ;
100 reams Paper;
0 boxes ana half boxes Raisins.
RE CRACKERS ANI TORPEDOES
300 boxes Fire Crackers;
10 boxes Torpedoes.
SUNDRIES.
Snuff, Oysters. SardinesCanaed Frails, Brandy
Poaches, Pine Apples, Nutmegs, Cloves, Ginger.
Flasks, Jars, Brooms, Pepper Sauce, Tomato
Catsup, Jellies, etc., ete.
SOUIt krodt.:
We also invite attention to enr large stook of
- Robertson and Bonrbon Whiskies,
Old Pert. Sherry and Madeira Wises, Cham-
paras, L! ran uiea. num. Um, and the celebrated
'CHOW WHISKY."
We are constantly replenishing our stock, afed
are determined to sell as lor as any house in tee
eityfotCASH. '
B. S. ITAM1I.TON A GREEN.
nov23-ti(janl
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
FANCY GROCERY STORE,
No. IU iotIIi tllierry Street,
KASIIVtl.Llif -' - TKMN BSHICK.
PANDOIjFIIVI & ItlVA,
KBfiP CONSTASTLy OH if AND A LAB0B
and osmpiete stsortai&Bt of avarytMnK In
tbetrHiie o( l be
VHKV HBHT QOAIJTT.
Importers of FI e and Goauin
Uermiin,
SpaiiUli,
Italian and
IVrenrli
Winks an ii.iut'oit.s,
Htvi am Am. iMa. on baod. the bast
CeUWIMI TOBAITCO. Ifll-ly
A UAKD.
Hi
AVINO 80LDTOMH8eiM.ORR BBS. OOP.
tAt of OreeariM. Lisa Its. 4c.. hr take rIA-
are In rreommaRdtBg tbam to ear frfeesl. aiM ess
tamers as evary war worthy of ehelr eondn aad
traat;e. riTKATTON, CHENEY A HOT.
ectll rm
ORR BROTHERS,
WHOLESALE QliOOUUH
C'ominiHMion SfcrcIianlM,
Atwtt for tbe ult of LAtlBBL II ILL MXVT
IKtid, Hnue Mtlta aa.1 KkhtaBd MtauCwtariHg
Oranwif CXTTOH YAJW, etc..
S. E. Corner Market and Ilroail SLi.t
NASHVILLE.
bare re-epeaed la Ht above t pasta 01 Warebaas
wbera they baveeaUraed ttdlMM far lbs staiafe
aad eala ef Ooilea aad Predaee gearaHy, aad bav-tela-mUlttan
t rwatnt btavy posaWuM ta Eastern
market, boaobt th exteaeita etack of MeS'rs.
84raltaa, Cby k Roy an o.l fasoraUa tefsu,
tbjr mtm prtparad to o&r to lha ItsaU aaaaaal la
dacMaeata in
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES,
rereljrn itnd Domestic TVIuca aail
I.lqnora, Ete., Etc..
Clsw bafri wW tat H ta tfeatr toterert tataH.
Orders atcoeapaaied wMh tha euh wtH meet preapt
atteattM,. On It QUOTHKItS,
. comer' Bread and Mutet streets, KasfavHk.
ortlt-SH!
WAGONS.
T AM OFFERING FOR SALE. AT f3
1 aaahv say selected and tbarof fair rap aired
Four Mnla Amr Wagaas. aomplata. with
dembls-trae, si st-trees, stretcher, bows and
Am seillsc Army WaguM wWhant repairs
atJ30.
The above Wfeftf asm be nrdarad and received
af Gen. N, B. Forrest, Comaission Merahant,
Memphis, Tesa., with freight and. eaaamissieti
9 FrMrttto Measpbis ae JohU ahpre, JIO.
Dealer te. Wawms. Opts, tie., fhraee strset.
near the crosstBC of
n a. sssa v. n. il. nesn-
deel
"For Rent for 1807-
ant'
yaaaarjyn tarm jwi.hi r to
la Jl . L...
saahle.trsa.
THE TENNESSEE
Marin e and' F ir 8
INSURANCE COMPANY,
Under the
AT XD. M NORTH OOLLMMt UTIUt
Next dar ta soraar fef tfwtuii strfeet.
JOMKV1I W. AXLKN, Irxlilettt.,
a. w. inrri.r.K, sorinrr
DIR80T0m
11. Cheatham. A. tl. Adasas.
JeaepQ . AHa.
dest-lr
Joseph C. Rye,
INS U RAN ANOE
PRODUCE iniOKEK,
GENERAL COLLECTING AGENT,
0Xe. Martin i Pfekanl. Jtasi SSda PahtV
Square. Columbia, Tennessee.
TS PREPARED TO MAKR ADVANi
A Cotton aad Shin to tho naoat raMaMa
tlon Houses in New York. Claiinnali. NewiOr
leans, and Nashrlllo. OnlMt Mr COTXOXT
.ik. T 1 .. Ui . -1.
Collccttona made, aad nnttds 'lmit' '
promptly JoOPira RTB,
octiu um
Important to Travelers aud Shippers
BETWEEN
r.oiMsviiiiiE m tiie east
THE
ATLANTIC
ASO
GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY
(broad oacor)
Is now in full aadsnaseasftil apvtAm
From, Gncinimti to New York Beofm, Sic.
And is the only direst route U tho
OH Regions of PciiiiHylTanIa.
Ceaneetions are mode with ,
JefTenenville and Ohio and Mississinni Railroal
via Seymour, Jeffersenvllte and Indianapow afed
vol. K railroad, via urbana; ijeuwvme aad l.ax
: .. 1 L'iM.u. 11 1 1 .1. pL.
cinnati ; U. S. Mail LineStaamars via, ClncinniMt.
Tiro Ttirouirli Trains Dntlr.
Pasf sneers by the Broad Oauga Railway secure
wide and comfortable cars, intek trass, and, sura
conn letiora.
Thrrarh Tickets and Baggs;o Cheeks nan m
Crocuieu aiau iae principal ivnunau ami piwwa
oat oiicers ta Lottlsrille and the South.
D. MoLAKKN.Gan'l Svp't
E. F. FOLLRR. Oen'l Ticket Agent.
I. D. dot-x. Passenger Agent, 1 Ne.aftFfturlfc striiet
Wjf.Cat.Lixa. Freight Ag'st. J Louisville. Ky.
macU 1?
jab.t. rlos,
of Virginia.
7T..B. LATBXWH.
ef Teaaessee.
W.B.HA
of A lab
Pace, Lavender & H&rpar.
Cotton and Tobacco Factors.
AHB
General Commission Merohants)
No. 30 tinloii Street,
NEW ORLEANS, EA.
3gyi
f. W. LKWM. D. H. COJtl.VQORg.
ofAtkansas. Kentucky.
t. D. WWT.
Reatewky
Leivis, Comingore & West,
COTTON FACTORS
AND ORNBRAL
. Commission Merchants,
NO 31 PERDIIIO STHIlirr,
(FACTORS' ROW.)
NEW ORLEANS
And No. 3 West TUrd street,
oct-iin
CIWCINNAT
J. LTJMSDEN & CO.,
Mi.VBPiOTtrarRS xirn nttLree i.-ir '
HIDES, OILS, LEATEEK,
Findings, Ctirriers' Tools,
No. 9 :S0UTH MARKET STKKET. No.
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
ialytt-tf
hygieotc mm
TUB ORHAT
IMPORTED TONIC,
U BED BYTHKBKrTl'FAMILIMSTH BOUGH
out Burepe; approved hf tire Imperial
Sebeelof Medietne.Pansf endorsad br the artiait-
nest members of the American Mcdtaal Aaeqrhi-
tioo, at tneir eosventpse, beM in 9atttsarr May
1st, 1866.
CONTAINS NOSPIRITS OF ANY KIND,
AHO THSRirOME
NOT INTOXICATING IN THE LEANT.
It Is prepared In Paris from pare StHsssv, and
admits la its earn position oly Tusti), APwsTir
and FtBRliuoa substansas.
Ladles will find it a delicious substitute for the
varrsos tontct which hafe an alehafie bexly.
MUSCAT PERLE
Is rate Wine of most delightful flavor. It Is the
PURR JUI0E OF A MOST DBMOM'tt
OkAPS. It surpasses in excellence any table
wise la tkt country. Used in Karope tor swa
m as taf purposes. Cbareh people are invited to
inquire rBtf it.
These Wines arc saM by alt driHKW.
rert.iaipBNi)
seplt Agents. KaahnHs
FAIEBASTES'
8TAKDAR D
SCALES
OF ALL KINDS,
Cotton Beams and Frames,
Cotton,Har and Rag Presses,
Warehouse Trucks,
Baggage Barrows,
COPYING PRESSES, &c.
FAIRBANKS, KORSE & CO.
325 Walnut street,
CINCINNATI
ap ly
CUSTOM HOUSE
SALOON AND RESTAURANT
,1
Old Ho. 41 New Ho. 08 Charea St.,
(Opposite Overton IT. use.)
J. P. DTJGOU, Proprietor,
WOULD RESPRCTTTLLT INFORM HIS
Meads and tbe public that, havhsg ra ittad
aad tnraithed thif fawke plaaa. ha is Pfard
to offer a BUI of "Fare ssrpaasad by nessa iss tha
efty. Oysters. Fish aad Game constantly aa
bsad. and served up at ati hours on tbasheytaat
notice. iUvteg ene of tha beat Caojre mi tsw
Sooth, he can ruarantee satisfaction. rastiMiM
Rooms with Board if desired. decH-Jter
UNION BANK NOTES.
TN ACCORDANCE WITH ANACTOFTK
1 LegWatwa et Tasnasss, Pa fDacB Vcr
USD. enuaea an an. i---
trihutiaii of the effects of Baaks. have ar
tnv m.k. sMteimfieita aaaang tnair acawiora.
satlea i ha-ebr nren to the holders af tha patas
of The Uaiox Bi.t or Ts.n wrr w
wits tae nndi
lerstgaed. at tha Baak rn Nashnna.
1 and. sityie. f Ji!
l. I l
artiSestes tharafcr.
k M aaaats of
oarrsa rraa aev
Jahn M. VM. Wato M. Coat a.
C. A. R, ThSmnsan, 1); WeTer,
Daniel P. Oartar, John X OaUaaa.
Samuel Vasleer. John fv. Tarraas.
BThTaarvS3J
WW, a im
Ml In parnWr
tasdowt aaeava
SOUTHERHMUSICHQUSE
Asa sR WhaSlBBKsBBH
T i tr rti
iLiTnlon Street,
MUSIC PUBLISHER
AaAWhslesala aad Ratatt Pealicte
r i a jr os, on & a jv'isri a-i
MUSICAL MERCkA&DISE
OKNHLALLT.
i PULL SUPPLY COXU3fTL- OX HANL
L of Pfoaaireaa thyosgaMwyaAcrs
fetal lit. and ATM. taafte A Oa. hmammm'mr milt-
CsL asatOM. A. PrtBcc-a sJfa alta! Orsaas. anJ
Metadens, sotd at Facaatr rrtea.nith fail war
Mia boiag tha obiaat t
I lataatt Xasio Hoasc
Mwayi Mad tha
hi the eoantry, parahasatt
tarrast stosx te) nieassraw.
Otslan ailed wtttt prompt nee, aad satiaswtioa
gaarafitead. .
X.M.XT. 3. HA II n, tSK waH-tmawm Or run
aad 'naaa rVtear. aad RatVilrar, Is eagff
ma. RajiaifiBg afaM kiadt elMtsjieaTli
Bvaats. ataM at my hatna. at ssassfMWa lata
red by
attru
oaOl'
NASHVIIiTLE
Insurance Agency,
FARN9W0BTH k 0LARK
Corner Cherry antl 1'alon Stu.
Hart ford Iu.su ran oc Co.,
04i Aaaeta ....... ,172,4) CS
Arctic InsiimHce Company
CasJi Assets $sVO0 Otl
North Amorlcan Inuriuice Co.
or JtV TOK.
Caah Aaete $rei,M3 0;
Columbia iHsustauce Co.
or sw vasal
Ohk OapKai $i0,-0i0 00
Continental InsuraHOo Co.
r MS IV THlJ
Ca)i Asaesa. Jl.KB.WI 00
Security Insuranca Company
or saw vanx.
CWi Aaste. ...41t8,9W C2
XorthweMtern Iiife IiiHiirancc
Company,
Cssh Assets $1,28,(K3 00
I 0MK8 PROMPTLY ADJUnntl AND
1J paid at this oae. MarWa aaTlra Risks
all elawes aaeepltd atrataagaadaatnl ta lha hni
anl involved.
We otter a taaJhssa of aasa aad at allabla in
rr Wt BoMwaTQrWlffr KAaOM with n
mhHthMU tulruval af latatiida.
CUT STONE.
HASLAM BROTHERS,
JeOorHon, St., North IVHshrlllf,
A RK PRKPARKD TO TAKTC COJfTKAiH
for alt wsrk in thair Has at tha folbiwini
Baatatt attsee :
Fer rah
shhad or uWve Salle wr
perl
srMfal raot
81 !CA
For boi liBafad ash. tht 1 8(1
Far Piaffing, do
75
rar UatMag par i
1 60
HUGH McCKHeA & CO.,
tXBSexas to
A. HAMILTON & CO.,
Cotton and Tobaooo Factors,
i .
STORAGE,
TOR WARDING AifD CO((firON
TVOETt CXraiAIVTS ,
. ' . i.i i
. ,,. 7
Market Street - - - iVashrlllo.
; m ... .' , - s3,'-
..: f ' ash d thtt
: -Amu ai
- m
'fills UNDSKfitONXD HAVING TAKEN
i. l above vrsMejaasa, wm aauassu ana
sett CattsB. Tobstss. laiia. Lard, a any other
f rodace, oa Uoamlerion Plaatats mvanng us
with thtr haaaeas as ay rty oa setrhw the huh
eet market prion tmr SSMir Pvudaao. Oar ahargci
will b u kw as any boM ia lha eiir. rliwull
oar old maain raror as with otiian for Groceries,
they mar rrfy an aarmsat aarahasad at the
laweat aaritat priaes. Wo will rfvaaaratten!. ,u
to goods foraar-tad ta aa fcaai afllat ajteas. Ship
pert may raty oa ha viae taair goaJi forwarlel
prjmptly by tha tret traia or baat awr thatr or
rival. Oar aaVie it aa Mathat street, where tu -old
books of Ka McCaa A Co. aa ha Pur, J
by lh mtereeled.
llaptas; for a share af puhaa aalraaagi. ws a'.
sariha oasaalvas. ate.
taa!3 fflTOH MeCMA 3c d
A CAKD.
Wa respeetAtUy latriiisaaii to oar aM fncr.J.
ear succestats hi Ijiiiuisss, HMM MoCIm 1 It
who eeasfaaa th (HaHalasesa) haatrMat at .,
stand. Wa. S Baath Marks tlraat.
Oar weiaaWe ts Km, S OkNaaa Hint, whsro
we hops att partial who ara lailshtnl la aa will ml
fmee eatt aad pay taaV uasuaaai nexnewa, aad al i
parties wh bw aar ataiaii saalast aat wtll pr j
saatlaaja for pajaaaaj, as wawtaa If i
ap "r
MMt-lr A. RJLMlLTOJf A O).
FOR CHILLS AMD FEVER!
TJh? tlt TJ ok 1 1
IIIIKI.EY'S AU1TK TONIC
Narar Fatla Always ta ha Pyeaded I p .r
Nothiac arsra ranaaia im nartars ini
ttrlLLoaia Agaaaad Faiar, ChilU aad fover t.
YV li will mt Favar. Paatt -Agaa. IWecyver.
wha has triad Harlay's TvaJa sasahs hs taahishe t
tarassoTR. As a etnatlva aaaat M I aasai passe J
no jaw rwuiM
Kvaeyaadf shuuil
1. taast araWit
MsMlJccu.
nartitsss, Laaiavsllc. hy
JlBrlcor"! StoHMk Hitter.
For DahsTHl. Laas of Ap a"aaaai. In I,
r..alea or Pyipapaia. was af aatjaa asttfca L.Ver
DlsorJersH Stuaiara. Basra as aar ann m.i
eoaMHH wtta taaaa M reeaoviaa; i"
aawialaiats. For aaa or eaa aa had at any Drux
Stora in tha L'nitad f tataa. ur front tha propria
tars. Lwskwtlla. Kr.. aaa Maa4h d lirjea
sUaats. to whuM all urdasa saaald ha aaVtr-.l
IlHrlMtrM MeinwparitMa.
Thai
aad -in
all id:
varletM traM lha haw4. aM asraa kaa
haaitb j
Fraari'' ri
IturleyH fnpular Wsmi Canity.
uey rhW wa i-
Ortaatal Tastrl 1 ''!-
Fer
'."i 1C thVlaaWaffco m
toilet 'falad.
nt. , Ink I Ink t
ileo', ChissJaal Wrttiag
Wftnag jiaai araaeomisg
MsaasinarastaHr. Ha.mc
warW-raaawBPr
aas oa
wants
Jioaixtir tha hast salt far lasanlt laat can b3
ZZZL For conauoi Waa. haaks arach--.i' ,
7aalla4. aad aaash J)tr a hrftsfftha ba n
aravea. rr saa mw r
ved. rr sasa ar srassm aa saarra u.ij
Sjsh. masa eaataaa aaa. aajpanaa.
Sna uiajr lirRI -SYTJTTHI IC
m
Ar this foraaMr JtJXiir'n
ate; aas weeitrec.
deoS-U
r
kT-, a. aMstarfl
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