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.urgNt QtrsHlatltm lit CltyT and State ' . . ,, m ti t i A WRBTCIIED CHARITY. Th lliltj GmhhI.v Poor JIen. A The Countr Court of Shelby h --cil UMMtorMr a ptf Mtrt of theaommittac appointed to examine the ( onditioti of tlie poor home of Ue otjanly : "It in imwMMble to describe the utter wteteiHriiNfttftt vfaricchaatoUfcoiiM It it a pMr Ink and a jor em Indeed. The feiUKftgcoosLa of three dtiaMsted, ,v retched lec boaMfc in a row of one atory oach, atwoleixtiehTfcet Kiaare. Tbe flaw are made of split logo; and moat of Utedoora are net Hjhfe fcfti fi vejfcct r$d. The chimney arealrth aftmiBr-tlowti kmdl tioa, ad the roofc give soareeJf more shel ter against the rain than the ;bpqghs of a good shade tree would afford. There hi be loMitw to the enUUtfthraoitt onlv one email feather Je n fridt tee Jje W mask H There is not a single article of fcrnitttre, mar a abide oookine utensil of anr seacrip Uaabeiotttiftg t5 the county on the plaee. TksestabuMiment wan in the charge of Mr, Jaaaes Moore a man of respectable an itearaaoa, Bnt without oneagy, awwreativ fortr-fire rears of aee who. withhis wife and two MianesL compose the human )Kr lion of the imUtattfen The farm contains one hundred and fort wra of verr noor. rolline rMce' land. IXAu.. - lm itHtiMDOil am rr-Xi I aIi waa very fair crop of corn and potatoes for the (jitality of the land. The county has not on the place either horse or ,nnia, j4ow, ltoe, ax, nor other tg jknd.ere tkw?'3Bfltlti,hM t6we the entire tock of the place, except a poor, for-lam-lookinr doe. whose denlorable appear- aiMse and condition wM iryirtbotlcal of the aid charitaUe MMtttutioa. Mr. Moore Ktaisd that up to tlial date only sixty dol lar hasl been exMded M the place, or in furnishing wuhsbHewcc this year, and that k Lad not on the nremiees nrovidon though U fm& MX pastoif with a wnelo Meal. (We did not stay to Sinner.) The two namten cwiMt of a bednddeu wo man of about forty-five years, partially in xane. and a male idiot of thirty years. A lew tla before our visit some twenty one paupera, which had been gathered to gether at the etlioufte and one or two other idetoea near this eitf , were sent in proper conveyance by hie honor Judge Ionard, for want of some better place, ont in this riirilnilc &jsJNMs. Many of them were sick. Qreatlv to the mirrne of the nstliisie. u the iollowtat? dev. nineteen lie and tw 8eal panper were brought Uaek." f ; . MUK5JR RACIXd ON Till. COXTV Nn.VT-1'KB.VCII JOCKEY CI.DIt, From the London Poit. An a proof of the increasing iwiwlarity of racing a CMient,it may be en tianed lit at the amount of stakes con teat et I for in Fratw, BelfrliratandlUdeti amonnts lo rattier over 2,802XK francs, or xm 114,000. 11i I'rtnesi toekeyXfcb liave this year made an litereaMof S,140 to (he acMed stakes, in atkiiHon to what tiier gave last year, which amount is principally given tovraras tne raru sdu unau'.iuy iimetingt. In Belgium, frem the above mm may he deducted 9.800 whioh is tlie sbmr total of stakes and added money in that eosuitrv. At Baden tlie stakes for the thee days' racing amounted to H,'2QQ. CottHt de Lagrange lieads the list of win ners this year, but his account shows a disHiunthm of nearly 5.000 from last year. and M. Delamarre treads closely on the Oount heels, as he ws fbrtmate enougii to win the French Derby with a very mod erate hsjrse, xlt: FlortMtiM. His stable altogether was in great force during the lUron FiaoL iiIUknwIi with two excep- UoM )m ' )tM ')tirlr MttAiMil hiatMlf to nl iiiwilwii wiiil now rank a mo& ih'ml, idtowiftg a ooneiiinible increase of lwt year aoore. Major Friclolin liow a nliilil rimt Hi in rrrimn bat the stable haa. sMWerer. nothine to com plain of. M lnncil thaakii to the victoria of Etoile- FHaaM at Batten, ahawn r very excellent NtM. 14usr more tlm double his last rear'i amcMint. M. I?mill ie about the same aa last -rear, with a vary aatiafooterr afloaauit. Mil. LnniM. Amnoiit. and Hdiiekierall abow a decrease on laat year. Ttioae moat cotwpicuoiMafl bavin t lnaik the wreatest additions are Vincouni lalon ana Harwi tie Keriwm, the former particularly baring hal a. veay goon year. In Ute Midi or sotitli of Fratioe, liaron ilr Vinoount ilc Ckemelier show barta vron about the same amount as last v-r. He is followed by Ilaren "Woelmont, who liaa IncreaafVl W jtumts anil also muck imi.ro yUilealall M C'hsntilly Al. Heralieim and 1 '. ICont have lieen tolerably imxhMM ' fiirtaer'a attal 1mm paid very welt, and tlie honww are particularly sMtaMtcd to weight-carriers for gentlemen- rWt4jmm JL Gibo, twiner at Clian- UltV, Kaa had a twp T?oon year, anu great rrMfic. i tiM to litw for the wanner in whioh ba broucht out Prince Kegent (a vMkf tm 11. SiiMcklef" staUe.) with wbtnfe be woh nine raeee. The mont valu able raee f the Mam on the oontinent, ris.. Um anuid Trix de Varie. was won by thlmt (St "MwufcrtS Oykw, aiwl It ws indeed gratifying to see the hearty reoep tion the duke received on bis horse re- inriMa' t the wfefatblne: eucloeure- The wiiMiil ootittBental steeplechase, vis tl (WmuI naadkar) Steeplechase at DiatMML mi won by Mr. Semera' The Kofne, which bad jttst oomo over from Eagiand, and tbee were the only two races of iMttorUnoe which were won by EfvglhOi bones. Oowit Daatnierrt'o and M. Voi ia's r4fir eNtabHslttnents have been bow dttriattiM wwiwaaocbirt the sew stud has orkri bv Caotain Barron, who has en- xaasd Halman as hia trainer, taking the atAyajsfPy. . mm rt-nmmi- iu; nahm what shoddy is : "Shoddy u old wool made ae good as now. Krerr wanufacturer keei a devil, a iayewoua beast with a fearful ret of teotb. mmd Wbiaailtibie annetlte for old ooaU aad old litmuT, aid arv tiling that is made of w. Tm Mm an old nrnnM, ana no wilt tear it to pices in no tlwe. The spun sad Wffveu threads are coaveoeu weo new tliiiia in be woven once more into a pVtee of detli. Cloth so Made with a sstxUtre of new wool rooka very well. I ahaV von to tell which Is shadiv eloth and wWch is not. We all wear shedd v without Vaowiaa; it. For light wear, shoddy cloth wiQ serve every yariiose; Imt it will not saaad train and exertion. You most not actesatit to practice arwiiMtios in a pair of shoddy trtaisen. llere is the weakness of afceatfe'tfec shortness of the staple. Yon faswrSaw, V rwi did not know before, why the ejd jfkHhesman is so eager and anx!on to'bn- any gartnent, however ragged, wbieh it hDirwea entirely of wool." To us Txkmk Cakk or. At one of the atloeed chankm. last Sunday night, the miitietan, hariag fcMabed hw sermon, an oanced that a collection would be Uteri up for missionary purnoeea. The -"saaser" wan aooordingly sent around. When it ratae back (o Ute pulpit, the preaeher realai io ooMit the Money received, awieng the liaelioaal ourrenoy he disco r ered a ln dollar Ceadejrate bill. He looked si it far aome time with evident die gwt, and then took a calm look at his con pegsion over the top of his speotedtae. Then elanping the uncurrent bill upon Use opea Bible, with iadignaat eiuphaaia, he exctftitoed : " Brederin. I pnt dia bill right oar, on de Bihlo. and let de Lod take care of aWjsajatir Ue fk that be tmdi. do tie etafiet Jtisfire himself. Brefster. lVj'HHWOOtl Kitrsery for Sale. A BEAUTIFUL AND P80F- fAKUl 4MMf Propertr. wh a pieae- t rfaimi ummx. not amn. iut sasjilliin t tMtMtmt muu eraasamtsa iMd rtrf tielM M in arvrte.euekM baaptriaa nm the proiaeteaf toaett. wkmtim are in Serr4uaf N-"5 ia a m( HartitF law teearw aa . attraetlv hwaii a m4 mvwiestna. swisaac a jotrxaoN x sum. 17-r Oltiee for Rent AK5T1WT, BETKKfWCfKimRt SatUbi far rmmtm r T abiltCIlJ PiTARCKI! a4-laa raie KrL ROWLAND. SPERRY & COS Cotton Factors, . WHOLESALE GROCERS, sAC"'m Kit :. NO. 48 WEST SBGOND STREET, ciKtiixx'Aaw. omo. QOXSWiFvMitKTB OF t'OTTOX, TOBACCO, " DKIRI) rniTIT, lite.. Snlieitad. mm! Hksrst "ftsk" sdrseeei ole m the ssete. ' . noTJ-a . . HAKIM, XlLLUt t OA., siuxc, bhx t as., Memphis, Teen. CtacfaiasU, (Hi to. BELL, HARRIS & GO., NKW ORLEANS. LA. Cotton and Tobacoo F&otors CO ill 3MS SI'O X MK HC II A N'T S. RKPKRRLKG TO THE ABOVE. WE RK fJtttsMlfiallr altedl nanalimBifnlji. ftAtn aur frienaT RwpertluW. BULL. HARRIS & 00. vsssaAB Batt4ass) KWrJRMPIVsRls MeM. Stmitoe.Chaser Ry.NaiTHle, Tenn. Mewr. lleaaraest & C., ClMlcvlIle, Teaa. D. N. KenBeJy. iV)u " " Oen. It. L. Osrtan. LaVsnnn. TcsnaMee. George Beraler. IlmuHWi, Tenneeiee. HUHTSVILLE HOTEL J. M. VXKABLC. K. E- WILI.AHP. J- VKN1BLE. VENABLES Sl WILLARD, IT AVE LEASED THE ABOVE NAMED llatal in tka niiv af ItuntefUIe. AVabama. fori number of years, sad have opened it for the reception of Traveler acq noaraerf . The lieaee is aeRftewreaeea te e one oi ree un sdmireblr eoattrueted bouses 01 entoMalR- in !) trhnl Miunirr. in all of its appoint- neats. for the comfort awl cenveniesee ox gtHU, and is situated in a delightful loeelity, imni in mil huln4iM nortinna of the cit7. It bas been tboroueMy cleaBseii ana put in me liet order. Till? NIKVIBK OF TIIK riBM Is the well kaewa Uadlord of the" epaWe Hoape'aad all Ute leslees Bare nsa consiaera- ble experfoaee in betel keefiBK. and Setter tiiesisshrei thai er hare weired a favorable repatatieajM eaeeren for the public taete and oonfort. Tisy are determined to spare no rea sonable ex petite or ettort to miBteter te me wsaU ef their natrons. T M E TABLE 'Will be supplied with the beet the n.arket anoru. preperea m ine inon paHtwnie bij ie. A. Purnlthed with sod liquors, and a With PkelM TsUe. are'eenneeted wHfa the Hotel. Jhifet will We the mom as uiose ot ouer ursi lass ifoteU. jaaW-twSsi XashviUe Union and Imriatch cofj- threo tiiaes per week three months, and seatt bfll to thh oee for eileetion.'ii'eWe Mtpmdtnt. i. llffiBV- J. .1HJM.BV, A.Xoll.i"tGC t. JIH0IFICATIQN6 AND yORkrNa DRAW O I It 98, made w tta or ttiHmt8periBtcnlancB OeW at the Maxwell Itease. HRFRHRNCHfl. JoMw QvsaTOK, W. I). FtXTON. BOTl7-tf F . GOLL, FRENCH BOOTMAKER, NO. 20 COIYI7EGE STREET, t(lTader the Hewanee House.) . I CONSTANTLY R EC KIVIN& STOCK, I uj BMiiiacMrins; to oraer urst-cuue ueu tlb'sBoe; Oeiters. and Shees. Oartooers wfll )) guaranteed satisfaction in every instance. Leather anu rimunfi bbu over iuu l'aie supplied to the trade at moderato rates. No. Si Colleite fi., under Sewanw. To nil wliom It may Concern. T TP0N fllS T WKNT Y -SEVENTH OF I J KoxSAh lMff.at my raeWeaep ia Car roll eonntr, Hfare ofTenneefee, uti uesFrB ()KA r. a foreitatr. born in r ranee, im rar tlon in the United State?, oreleewhero.areherc-hj- notified of his death. After Administration it ended, there will vroUbly be aoge property flr diftribtim. O. W M ilec27-lni Aamiamrauii NEW S-TOEE'1 is fit AND f. l: t iVrrp- "crTT?n JEWELERS, WAXWILL.HOATSE Oornev Ohr.roli and OhorryStroetB. F1 Nhv n avius it BOA T.SAVE TO INFORM. tU friMuln. m1 the tniMie eeaerMly oE uhriile and vicinity, that he has eoaneaced JEWELRY BUSINESS r Again, having aesocieted with him lis brother W. II. HAVIIW, foriaerb with Measntl Knll. BIncK Cn Jfew TSsrk eHin., , ? We are now Tveaivinc ftoai Kew nrk a lara And choice lot of j JVATCHES, JEWELRYj DlaiuontlH, ' Sliver TVnre, I Plalcd Ware, 1 and Fancy Goods, f Direct rVeea the Ia)Prt4 aad JtftJMtfiMtereri. Oar eaUre Hook hartacbeen rrael at tlft 1.0WRST xirr cash R.vrifi.1 f r -f f All giis are warranted ' ' - j ; Stx-rctlv-lFirHt-olnHM. I1 Aa raaasisMtio f oar stock i li Watch Repairing and Jobbing. ThUlardat ofWrf sttVrVH" aW a SMOALITV. havUg weared te crtei af MaafrfTtM fotat wocxaiea la the mrteir mbm countrr for taat ymrpoea. ik i.. n.wim.-dwie-tf DATins s. 04 t.y- 6QLLADA V $ .! o o S (Qiiiile auWawidloteij N. a, Mitimnna Blaeli. Churrh .VMt; ? . nt f .. ! XASKVILUC TENN. X Wmt' a -r iitlWlV,! All, itHUMVfc ha nmeral thai fijBeaWsnieaj t aatMTOtCIt STR8BT. W acmeer lo M. l'ad. iaall-lm B.l EDWARD WILDEKS frugal! n ' .lis! J mWA BITTERS; READ THS .POLLOWINQ HOME RVJy dence of lUiisedlsinat rlrtue.snd try.jPfi . 1 . ,0.. --. i . - MrEltml2Wikter. Oku: nn.lr r hnTA mnminul vnur Stom&eh Blt- to be. The high order which the InjrsdlenU Inln It tnVa In tjia Ma.tria. MftdLco. as well as the most happy proportioned combination of fttbttancM, m&xe youriJiiversiar saonorwjaay similar preparaUon In ths eonntry. The fact that you tue only the par eat Bonrbon nhuky nuMt neceMarily Teeommend you; Bitters in another point, eopeetall? as tar as wholesome u .il nolnt.liilltT are taken into coniident- tioo. I was wel! cleaned to see in your estib- nthment the crooesa it mannfaetnrinr your nittnr onrriml in bv war of dijDi&cement. which not only givea yon a better product, but alto recommend iUeJf by fo Apothecary and Chembt. LonlsvUle.Seft.29,lS0C.! Jfr. dumrdiWild4r. dlv: DaarEir: Mr wife and child hare been suffer ing far eeverol menthi from indigestion My ear advertisement, requested mo to brine berabettleof your Stomach. Bitters, which I did; and on using one bottle. X am more than happy to state that my child, now four months old, who has set had a voluntary action sine its birth, is eaMrely restored, and my wife is enjoying the best of health, and is now wholly unwlllinc to be without a bottle of Tour Bitters in the henie, ss she rays it is the most strength ening and appetiitng tonic that can bo used, and that no house ought to be without it: and I feel it dne to the public to make known the wonder ful good it has ptrferraed in my household, and moet heart Hy recommend ita use in every family. l remain yours reepecuuiiy. T Tir SWANK. Of Craig, Truman & Co., 218 Main street. l.o isriUe,Oeteber2J,iW0 Bees: Havbs, Heads Cocxtt. Kt.,1 October , lSftT. JUVi Edymrd Wilder, Louinille. Kv. .1 Dear Sir: I take pleasure in saying that I was suflerinp from Ague and Fever, or Chills and Fever, tor several months, when I was advised hv n. friend to try vnnr famous Stomach Bitters. and after using- two bottles I am entirely re stored. It not only imparts new vigor, but it is truly tno best strengthening ana appeitzu fitntir nt. thn name time oleaunt to the taste. 1 ' 1 .1 IT ,1 An .L- .. T : . nnve ever kuvhu usvuur uuvmcu w iud ui,v, nml f wnnld mv to all thoie similarly afflicted that if they would bo cored and have the disease Ihnrntiirnlr rrajflcated from the system, to nse jour Hitters, ana be eon vtncea ot meir wonuer- I lul medicinal power and virtue. 1 remain yours respectfully. IP. P. NffTITT. LoDHTiiLE.lKr, Oetober 12, lSSO. Tp E. Wilder, Esq., City: I U a sped, deal afiieted with Indigestion, and nm-KHIanal attacks of Dvsoepsid. I was ad vised to use your Bitten. I scarcely used one bottle when I leit reuer. ana irom tno use oi ne lBtters, theagh nearly sixty-seven years of ago. feel the lame energy and vivacity and cheorful spirits of a bey of twenty-five. Your Bitters are a pleasont tonic and cordial, and at they are pre rmrfwt frnm nnrn inffredientji and irood old Bour bon Whisky, lean rifely endorse their use to all afflicted as was. 1 would say to such persons. kees your minds easy, your bowels open, your head cool, year feet warm, and uso Wilder i jj Iters, aad never mina tne uocior. i '. r..n T r Ti nnl T T?0 'Old Reliable" Agent Erie B. It .mi ' ' , .i IT WILL GUBF DYSPEPSIA, LHVER COMPIiAINT, ' tAnd oil specim oi IndlseatlOB, ' (Intermittent Fever, land Fever and Ague, lAd all peHdial diserders- It will give imme- aitte renei in OOLI02 AND FLUX. It will aare C0STIVENBES. It is a mild and deUKBtM invirorsnt for delicate Females.. It is . Anii-llilllpiii Alterative and Toma for Cunilr unHM. It is a nowerful recunerant Ktlnr the feiM hu been debilitated and reduced by skkaefs. It is an excellent appetiter as well as rtrewttteoer of the dimtive forces. Itis de sirable alike as a corrective and mild cathartic. It is being lUilr used aad prescribed by all phy sicians, aa ( fcraala will be handed to any regular grawate. : EDWARD WILDER, Solo Proprietor. . ! 1 fit! EDWARD WILDER fc CO., Wholesale Druggists, 215 (MAIiT3LE FB0HT) MAIN ST., jLotilBTille, Ky. a if 1 .h .N?. BALE BY ALL DKALHRSC ' aavM For Rent. t Y DBCRBE TN CHAN0EBY. IN THE CASF J3 of Joe. W.Walker vs. the Sheriff afDajWioo conatrad Mhers. I aa directed to real fW the year 1W the feHewiag property, vii: The Start Manse saw occupied by ilesers, it. B. CbeMfiAT? ' . brtweeBjtetwaheaaboT.meBUenea. Tbeee w ; v rvo. - w r mA!liaia .V , rerner or VPSrtn ana voum e. . F. WOODS. Tmstee. deeS-tF Hi1. OHWNUM. KB. Cheatham & Go, whoi,esai koukrs, . DUALEHb 15 PINE BRANDIES, WINES, DOMESTIC LIQUORS, TOBACCO, CIGARS" etc, etc., Cor. College and OhurehStH. 2v"AsimiiiiE. TBsrar, . St ... IKFJ; COXNTANTLY O.V If AND ANI for 'nam:.' " ' it ,i 100 bags choice Rio Coffee 125 hbuCnished, Powdered and Granu lated Sugar. 140 bbls Cofiec Sugar. 50 " jrackerel, No. 1 and 2. 25 " " No. 3. 150 kite " No. 1,2 And ? 200 boxe Star Candle. 126 " Soap (aSsortod.) 5 Ticrce3 fresh Ripe. 25 bbls Cider Vinetrar. 650 " Extra Family Flour, Spring- uem anu rotx rtoyat iuiub. 100 bbls, J bbls and kegs country Lard. 5 tierces Dried Beef. 50 bbls N. O. Molasses and Syrups. 50 bbls Sinrlmm Molasses. 10000 buRhels Cotton Seed- Together with an assortment of FRESH CANNED PRUIT3, Strawberry, Penelies, Tomiitocs, Pickles, SardiueH, Oysters; Brandy Pencnes, nntl Cherries, Worcester and Pepper Sauce, Spices, Pepper, etc, etc. L I Q U O B S. iVS.NQST WHIOH ARE S 1; Pipes Fine Brandy, Henneecy, Otard, Dnpey & Co., PintoCastillon; vintage, 184952, and'67 31 United Vineyard: Proprietors: 1850, 4 i Eoohellc. 3 Puncheons best Irish and Scotch Whisky 2 Pipes Jamaica Kum, 0 I- Pinea N. E. " 65 J cask3 Sherry and Port Wine, all. grades, 8 t casks pure Malga Wine, 4 Pipes pure Holland Gin, 75 boxes St, Marceaux Champagne, 30 " Cabinet " 65 " Heidsick " 125 boxes Claret, very fine. WHIS K Y. 10 bbls "Old Crow," 1855, warranted su perior to any ever offered in Nashville. 185 bbls pureRobertson County, old and fine liit) " .bourbon, all graues, 23 " Apple Brandy, pure, 8 " Peach Brandy, pure. Aniset, Cnracoa, Absynthc, Maruschlno, Wampoo Drakes, Plantation and JBokers' Bitter s and London Club. 0,000 Genuine Imported Havana Cigars, 110,000 Baltimore, all grades; Together with a general assortment of Staple and Fancy Uroceries. R. B. CITEATHA3I fc CO. novll to janlS WI, TITTLEBAUM, OPTICIAN, No. 15 Nortti Clicrry St., rnnnmltn iha MnYwcll I!ose.1 Nashville. Tenn, offers his services to a gene ous public. ily bis experience in wis uno ne is cnacieu vo try the eveeight and suit spectacles accordingly, so that the eyo is not overcharged, but merely assisted. At his Optical Establishment ean also be found Microscopes, Telescopes, Thermome ters, MatcniCers, Mathematical Instruments, Picture Frames. Utiera ana t ieia uiasiies, etc.. etc Remember th&t when yoa want your eye- Bicht improved you mu can at m. ime- baum's otfieo. No. 74 Church street, opposite Maxwell House. Nashville, lennessee. xne best Glasses, or pure Pebbles, set into old frames. dec7-3m TTrnnn vnn aalk at tard. OR DKLIV- W en!, c hf aiwr than at aav other yard in the etty. Trms strictly CASU. Extra Inducements, PARTIBS rtmOHASINO LARGELY. Yard corner North Front and Jefferson Streets. a. noGAN. O. T. DANFORTn, Agent. octS&Jei FROM 10 TO 25 PER CENT. SAVED bt utrriNO Tora ooods Aijtni m. is mm street. rnnE rEortE or nasuville and tub JL iarrecndlngeeontry wttt pleaee bear in mind, tbe NEW YORK. STORE : now receiving ana open leg a new and very attraetlve stocx ot Staple and Fancy Brygoods, AOTIOXS, KTC, ETC., Which has feeeb beaM far Ouh la tbe very test Eastern markets, as will be offired at tbefrery lewett reuti prices. The stock censMe la part of Black Silks, all priees ; Colored allies, all sheets sd prkes ; Metre Aotlqse, all eelen ; Best EfigVtb aad Oenaan FepHas ; EsgUth aad Preach Merinos ; Smprest Cietbs, all eelers ; Ladles' Sufcbig Ctetbs ; Ffce WUk aad BUek Alpaeas , Lostre, all eelon ; X aad alt M'oet nM, H eat( ; All Weet FUnsels, aH ettors ; Beareri, Breadeleth, d Cuttemi ; Beetkias, Tweeds,' aad Jeaai ; Eaglbh aad A&Mrieaa Prists; Brewn aad Bleached DomMlic ; S-t, 6-4, T-t, 64, 94, aBd 14 Hrteiingf; rabk Llea, Trek. aad Kapfclni ; AX grades Irith Liaees ; A fsM assert at of White Osoii; La4jt' aad ChttaTen's Betiery aad CHtm , Cbm and Freeeb-Eaibroidered CorteU ; DapkxDxUpUe Heap Btlrtt ; Ladies' Shawls, Qeakt, aad Saattgs ; Blbbecs, Triraaisgs, i. Faar; Goods; Aad aaay etber Good too neateree te BMBtlea. Beaestbertheplaea-NEW TOBK. STORE, No. 15 Onion Street, (Levy t'o.'s old stand.) OctSl-Sm K. KItAJVKL.l.V. DR. J. E. 3IAXXOTE rFFEFvS HIS PROFESSIONAL SERVICES W to the eitirens of Nashville. To OBSTETRICAL SURQERY. aad the Dis eases af Women and Children, he wiH give spe cial attention. Office, tor the present, at Mr residence. NO. 4B NORTH SUMMER STREET, a few dears north of Jefferson. Nashville, Jan. 8. 1857; aafr-lm AD. BOENEMANN, IVONBOV, 3XASXSON' COriSTT, OHTO, OFFERS FOR SALS OSAGE OBAXGE SEED. PerBrhal,8S3.00; Per Quart, 81.00. VTEW AND PRIME SEED. JUST RB Oreat core baa been Ll eetred fnm Texas. taxes is eariag this seed, a ad I oeaMder it a very leperier arttele. TERMS-CASH. Pleaae seed yar orders aaw.beeaaee tier Is a great demand at preeeat far this seed. ojA-trI-w'w3m -NASHVILBE & DE0ATUB, R A ileoad. Great Central All Kail Koute BETWKBS NASHVILLE AND HUNTSVILLE, MEMPHIS, MOBILE AND NEW ORLEANS, A2V1) AXit INTEBMKDIATF. POINTS. milE NASHVILLE AND DECATUR RAIL JL road Company has made arrangement? with Ua Mempma nod Unarleston Kallroad Lompany t7 wnicarissengerj ga ThronKh to JTempbU wllhont Clinnse of Cnrs. , Only one change between KaihTille and MobUe or new uneans. By anl other Koute there are Splendid Sleeping Cars on all Right Trains. Tiiaopon Esratss Trais Leaves Nashriilo Daily at Arrives at Dec-atur at . . 9-.30 r. if. .4:30 a.m. Connects with Memnhis and Charleston Hall- road for lluntfvllle, Memphis. Mobile, New Orleans, and all intermediate reints. Leaves Decatur at 55 a. ;i. Arrives at Nashville at 1U6S a. m. Connectj at Nashville with Louirille and Nashville Railroad, for nil points East, North and Northwest and with evening trains on N. C. and N. k N. W. and E. Jr K. Railroads, for points on those lines. Freight and Accommodation, ;laily Kxcept Nunanys. Leaves Nashville at , - 7:25 a. m. Arrives aVpecatur nt - 6:00 p. v. Colnimiln Aceommodatton Train, Dolly, except Snndnys. Leaves Columbia at 7:15 a.'m Arrives at Nashville at-.. 10:00 a. h Leaves Nashville at...- 3:00 r. if Arrives at Columbia at .. 5:45 r. M TliroujrtJ- FARE AS LOW AS TIIE EOWEST. For Throurh TckeU and other information. please apply at tlie omce of the Nashville City Tnuufer Company, Northeast corner of Summer and Church streets, and at the Broad Street Depot, Nashville, Tennosaee. j. is. v..va UIAE, nov29 General Superintendent. Louisville and Nashville AIIEOAB QUICK TIMS TO ST. LOUIS, :ik:ao. CINCINNATI, AND T2IE EAST. Two Dully .Through Trninx, Sinking lllrect Couiiccllon nt IJtilsvllle Tor the East, IVest and North. COMMENCING JANUARY 13, 1867.; Trains will run as follows : No. 1. No. 2. 12:40 P M 4:00 P M 5:33 P M 9:20 P M 'Leavo Nashville 5:00 AM Arrive at Bowline Grcon, 8;00 A M . " Uave Uity, U:i) A M ' 11 Louisville. 1:00 P M WEST AND NORTH. No. 1. No. 2. No. 3. LeaveLouisvillo 1:30 P M Arrive Ind'nap'lis7:00 P M -Arrive Chicago 1O.50 A M 9:30 P M 6:30 A 4:15 AM 12:45 P 5:00 PM 10:10 jP M 1:00 PM 1:45 A M at. liouis, r:ou a in EAST. No. J . No. 3. 9:30 P M 4:15 A M 6:15 A M Lea've Louisrillo 1:30 P M 7:00 P M 11:65 P N 0:15 A M Arrive at Indianapolis " Cincinnati " " Cleveland " " Buffalo " " Pittsburg " Baltimore " Washington " " Philadelphia " " New York " " Beaton 3.50 P M 1:35 V Jl 10:0 P M 10:25 A M 9,!0 P M 12:20AM U0PM 12: 45 A M 7:00 A M liO P M 3:45 P M 5:00 P M S-Steauiers of U. S. Mail Line leave Louis- Tille daily at 10 x. it. and 4 r. v., arriving in Cincinnati in time to take early morning trains for the East. Passenger car attached to freight trains Leaves Franklin, Ky., at 7:10 A, x., and Gallatin at 9:30 a.m., arriving in Nashville at 11:50 a. m Leaves Niiihvllle at 3:25 P. v.. arrives at Galla tin 6:20 P. si,, and at Franklin 9:05 p. u. Ai.iir.it I unit. General Superintendent L.iN.E.R. dcc9 Nashville and Chattanooga R A. I L W A. Y -I CHANGE OF TIME. Omen nr Oknesil ScpisiSTEfDEST. N. & C. AND N. i n. W. KAILWAY. Nashville. Tenn.. Nov. 26. 1S66.. 136S.J ON AND AFTER TUESDAY, NOV. 27, 1800. and until further notice. Passenger trains will run as follows : Xnshvlllc nnd Chattanooga line. Leave Nashville for Chattanooga and all points ontb,ato:3U a.m. aaas:2ur.M. Arrive at Chattanooga at 00 p. x. and 6:00 a. m. next day. Returning, leave Chattanooga at 6:00 P. v. and 40 a. v. Arrive at Nashville at 4:00 a. m. and 11:30 A. H. next day. . All trains connect at Wartrace ror tshelbyviiie. SnELBTvaLE Accommodation Leave War- trace at 110 r. M. and 8:30 a. si. Arrive atBhel byvlllo at 12:50 P. x. and 9:15 a. v. Leave Shel boville 7:20 a.m. and 11:00 7. v. Arrive at War- traco at 8:05 a. u. and 11:45 r. u. FARE TO NEW ORLEAS 834 25 .lUtllL,t, Jl i MEMPHIS 16 00 HUNTS VILLE 7 33 Clnsn connectlonsmade at Stevenson and Chat tanooga for all cities East and South. Sleeping can on an aignc r&ssenger trains. Koabvillo nnd North western XJnc TrpBKHi PAHHiiroiB Leares Nashville for 3 ohnsonville, and all points West and Northwest, at 6.00 a. v. tteturniBE. arrives at xi asaviiio at 10.00 a. v. Accommodation. Leaves Nashville at mm t. v.. and arrives in Nashville at b:UU r. m. . To take effect on and after Thursday. N ovem- ber2, 1866. Trains on tbe ti. fi. V . 11. 11. connect at Johnsonville, with the Cairo and Johnsonville 1'acceu witnom tan. Berths and Meals FREE on bteamers con necting with N. and N. W. lUilroad. JS3' Passengers n I by this route save expense of Meals between Nashville and bloepmg Car and talro. JHf Trains slop at all intermediate points. Procure tickets at II C. Jackson'opposite St. Claud Hotel, or at tbe Chattanooga Depot. W. V. INNES, Gen'l Sup't, tX. & a and N. W. R.'R J. W. BROWN. GenT Pass Agent. nov27 tt, C. M. URiaas. I. M: HYATT. BTJ T P P Q A- P n It i lj U O (X U U . , ft GBIV'ERAI, COMMISSION ECHANTS, Grocers and Forwarders, AOIXTS rOS Till BALE OP Cedar Ware, Plows, Corn-Sliellefs, ' Straw-Cntters, AGRICCXTEBAE IMPLEMENTS, HOLLOW-WARE, SAGGING. ROPE aad TIBB. ETC., ETC., Manufactured at the Tennessee Penitentiary. Dealers ia FLOUR. BACON. LARD. MEAL, CORN, and i Plantation Supplies Generally, 1VO. 3, cob. cucncir and coixege sts., NASHVILLE, TENN. jant-3si ROBERT I. CAEUIEEES, JH, ATTORNEY AT IiAW, NASHVILLE, TBJTN FFICE t)VER THE UNION BANK, AB KJ joining office of Caruthers .t Coeper. Prompt attention given to the Cellectlen af Claims. deaS-to FOB RENT. miTH HnTr.DTNOi KvVtWK A" THE JL Brewery. In Nerth NatfcvtH. ao Jefferson J street, w, h a 'JtagdM Qf F R. OHEaTHAM. desST-tf 87 North Cherry Jorcet. ED. WILDER & 00, QLESALE DRUGGIST DK.itVEiH iar TAD A rfno XM.n ninunr hr t -n iudauwo iftiiu uum5, DYE-STUFFS, X3P os p on aoa ce a AXD GLAS&'W ARB. XTTE IIAVK REMOVED TO OCR .N'KW I And Spseious Warehouse. Marble Front, BTorth Side of Main street, NEARLY OPPOSITE L0UISVp.LE HOXBL, OSC DOOR BELOW THE CORSER OP SIXTH, Where we have opeied an entirely new slack of utHKu, mu win oner iwino iraae, taffetBerwttig' DRUGrSAND MEDICINES, A varied assortment of Druggists' Fancy Goods. Liquors, Cigars, and Tobacco, CoiaprUins the most complete assortment in one bouse in thfs country. All of which we shall offer at manufacturers', and less than nionu focturera' priees. mar31 dly LEA & PEREINS; CELEBRATED WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE. PRONOUNCED BT CON.VOISF.DtLS EXTRACT oi a welter lrom a MEDICAL GEN TLEMAN at Mad. ros. to his brother at Worckst B, Mar. 1S51. TO BE THE Tell Lea Per- "OXLY GOOD SAUCE' nns that their SAl CE and applicable to Every Tnrloty op ishuhlv esteemed (in India, and is, in my opinion, the most palatable as well as the most vrhoiesome bAUCS DISH. that is made," Thn snnmsanf ihiamoiitdellcioujandnnriraled condiment having caused many unprincipled dealers to apply tho name to SpcBious CO'Sf' P0B5D9, thO I'UUIliU iS RE3PK0T FULLY and KAR vmtIt rMinivitod tnsn that thenameii of LEA PEHKIN55 are upon tho WKAPl'ElUbABElw STOFl'UK and UOriLb. Manufactured by LEA Sc PEKRINS. Wnrceste-. JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS, New York, Agents forthe United States. oetl3 lyjna , . , , d : QW). H. REID. W. H. CHIDBOCSS-- J. T.' SHOWS. REID, CHADBOtmiN & CO., (Successors to French i Co.,) Cotton and Tobacco Factors, si General UOmnilSSlOn MerCliantS, ington and Kentucky Central Railroad, via Cin uu u vu.. ' 1 cinnati; U.b. Mail Line Steamers via CincinnatL Corner of Clnrfcp nnd 'Front StreelH, je7-ly NASIIVILLE. P. Pickard. Geo. S. Korra ). P. Kest FIFMRD, ROPER & KENT, GEtfEBAIi Commissicm Mercliauts, 100 Commercial Street, cor. Walnnt, t M T. X. O V J A LL BD8INHS3 HNTBUSTED TO OUK CAltE xjl promptly attended to. REFERENCES : First National Bank, NashYillo. " ITinr. Totwv & Co.. Bankers. Kuhville. o. F. Case, Enq., proprietor St. Clond Hotel, NashTlUe. ep-ly BELLOWS FACTORY. T AM PREPARED WITH A LARGE STOCK X of IlEll.OWS or all sues, lor wo maraei, nil BeTTnntnl iurfnl. ThoV will be fonnd With all of the llardwaro Merchants of Nashville. nniMmnn frnm nlirnml will ho sntmlied bv ad dressing me tnrougn tno rostomce ai waTiiio,. T nmtniu tiirf(w.t satisfaction in tho work, or to be returned for exchange, at mycost for trans- portanon. uuuhh. doe28-3m SLATES!! ENLISTED IN THE U. S. AKMY! LOYAL OWNERS In Tcnnestico are Kiitlllcl to SOO BOLEAXIS Eneli, for nil Slaves JInsteroI Into the JlUlltnrj' Service, A BOARD IIAS BEEN RECENTLY AP- JtX. rolnted by the Secretary or war to ox am ino and report to Washington npon claims of tnis cnaraciet. inc i reamcm i inu icaru, u in Nashville, and has fitted ap an oCBco. Tho other members of the Board aro expected this tti,8 week and tne business win commence ni onee WahHR nrsnnizftri n. Hranch Utlico. m this At-r. for tho nnrooso of nrosecntingthis particu lar clajs of claims. Oar Konso has been en gaged for tho past two months in preparing and prosecuting those claims before tho Missouri and k'untiirkv Commitsloncrs. and is familiar with all the rules and decisions tho made, aa well ae tne most recent ruiinga ui iuu ccuicmi nnu the sahject. Wo therpfnrp. offar our services to Attorneys. Agents, ana waimanis, inroueuout uo owis, believin? we enjoy unusual facilitios for eerving them, fheso claims will bo examlnod first by tho Board', but final action can only be taken by the proper Department at Washington. Oar purpose in to attend personally before the ., v, . . , . . 1 . 1 . I. . C-. . .Board in lennessee, ine oetter to enaoie m to serve clients at Y asamgton. We detiro one or more correanosdeats in eoeh mnntT. with whom we will divide fees. And we wUl furnish to thorn all, needed blanks and printed InttructWiw andikeop them fully iifr formed from time 1o thne nf tbo '-action ef the Wn fnrnish individual claimant?, blanks and full instructions to enable them to prepare their Oiainis- Our Washington llouse haa already a large correspondence in tho btate, hut tottatisty tbeee who irfavniit know ns -with- regard to our'ia tegrity and business capicity.wogivo.afewof our T.nnl.villn nnd NashrillM references, who are all widely known in both Kentucky and Tenneseee. C1IIPMAN. HOSMER A- CO. f-No. 2t Golennade Building. Nashville, 'lennesaee. Louisville Refereaees. J. II. Lindeaberger, Cashier Merchants' Bank of Kentucky: Geo. A. Lewis, President First Nashville Bank: Col. L. t Thn.Hn. Swretnir Southern Mutual Lift In surance Company; Jo. T. Tompkins, Whalesele Werehant; Neweomo, uueoanan uo.. nnoie sele Merchants; R. 0. D'ln Sc. Co.. Proprietors Mercantile Ageaar; Ueiv IMchard v . Jabnson. . Nasbville iteierences.i. nomas u. Cashier Traders' Bank of Tenneseee: A. fnrfl Vrridmt Pint National Bank: J fon k Co.. Wholesale Merchants; Hon. H. H. Harrinon. United Stat oa District Attorney; S. Wateon. Preeident Bank of Tennessee; Wing. (TobeyiCa., Bankers; Col.,E. P. Ferry. IjjiteJ ataiee ax wmmiwiounr; nuuna;, r-j. I" " ' BT 1,000 ACRES O F . CII O I OE Middle Tennessee Land :" FOR StiRt THE IfifDERfiONED OPFBflS'FOR SALE 1,000 Acres of the Tract of Land on which be reefdes. It Irrujcepti&lo of seaveoient dWi siiic. w exceedingly rieh, and pi capiodnUy ndaptcd to GrasNes. One-half of the traet isTiow in lamriant tnt. the balance in timber, which, by the aid ef tho Northwestern Railroad, which paeses through it, could be sold in Naeh vHte tar mere than the wboia land would east. If yoa desire one of the bejt Mlock Farnia ever offered for ssle 4a '-Davidson ceoaty, apply at ooee. I am determined to sell. I eder, akn, a lertre namber of Tboronsn bred stock rveral fiae Staliioas from fear te six yean old, a few Id are, aad a number ef eae aad two year eld Celts sotae ef them in Sseoamien to t trained me next seasoa. If the Stallieaj are not setd sees, they will be formed on favorable terms. I also offer for sale a pair of Thoroajrfe. bred Geld lac, inU. mAjbhed and Woke to Harness. lvTo. OAHDINO. DeeemberClBSfi. if The LeakvUle Courier. Aacatta Ceastitatipn aUst.Uebil Advertiser and Kepter, ooay te theataoaat of 82) and forward billeti taw (men. UNION BANK NOTES. tv AfVimTiAiwnT wmr an apt of THE L LecMuore of Tennewee. passed Deeeasber 12tn. ISWi eatitled aa act " To expedite the d trfbatkra ef the effects of Basks, which hare or asayra&ke asfirnments amen? their erydepr," sotiee is he eby (riven to the holders f Aeaotee of Tins rxr'w Bstk rr Txitraarr tn file them with the andemcaa4. at the Bank in NMoriUa, between new aadjt&a 1st dayeOMaaeary. ewa teen haadrad aad aixty-aiae. lUOBJ aad receive eertlfleates thereftr. or tbsa wiH ha i terevvi eV oi barred frafB ay p9rtlrti la the the Bask. TSe certiSaate; 'wW be referred at m in rnEtTrd ehfj q lis waeca iee. D0.;iyA-'l-eei I.N S U It AN 0 E. Hi r mWM N. H.SS KK -L A-A, JL.J JL U4A.l -sUJNasu'-A-J JLLJ Marine ana r i r e INSUKANCE COJH'AXT, Under the new charter, is now open for bo AT NO. 3i NORTH COLLEGE STRK Next deor to corner ef Union street. .JOSEPH W. AXX.EN,,.Presicuui. ' A. V. BDTXEn, ScrrietnryV ! ' DIRECTORS. John 51. Hill, Watson X. Ceoke. 0. A. H. Thoapsen, D. Weover. Daniel F. Carter, John B. Johnson -SaBuel Vanleer. John W. Terrass. K, B. Cheathim, A. O. Adains, joaepn n. Auen. deel-lr PARTICULAR NOTICE. MYERS & HUNT, CARRIAGE MAKERS, TiBSIRE TO RETURN THANKS TO Til KIR XJ patrons lor tne liberal support beretolere extended to them, and state to tne public rone-rally that in order to have greater facilities far supplying the Increased Domand' for their work, they are fltttnc up in msgnificen style the large and eemmedieus tiro story bsflding. No. 76 North IMarket Street, One door north of their present stand, for a Carrlngo Fnctory nn (I Sales Rooms, - Where they Trill bo better prepared than ever to keep np their reputation for making first-class work. Entrance to Repairing Shops ntll bo the Samo us Heretofore A splendid assortment of Carriage work always on hand at the lowest figures. We will continue at our old stand untt our new Factory is fitted up. decl-tf MYERS fc HUNT. Important to Travelers and Shippers BETWEEN I.OlTISVITilYE AND THE EAST. THE ATLANTIC AND GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY (CEOAD OAUOE) Is now in full andsneeeesful opvttien kFrow, Cincinnati to Xew York Boston, And is the only direct route to the Oil Regions of Pennsylvania. Uonnootions are made with .TaT.Fnr;ilA o .1,1 fl I. ; ti rl Hflutulnnt "PmITm..,! via Seymour, Jeffersonville and Indianapolis and vaii. uraiiroau, Tia L ruaaa; ijouuTuie ana i.ei Twn Xlii-nnirli Trntnn Tknllv. Passenzers bv tho Broad Garco Koilwav secure wide and comfortable cars, quiek time, and sure oonneetions. Throurh TiekeU and Baggage Checks can be Erocured at all tne principal Itailroad and Steam oat officers ia Loatsville and the South. V. AlOliAKKN, Gen'l Bup't. n ri liiir.iL. i.rai I ifeh n fruir I. D. Cole, Passenger Agent, 1 No. 35 Fourth street u. UoLtiKR, .Freight Ag nt, j Louisville, Ky, morll ir of Vreinli. 1 W. D. LATEXDER. of Tennessee. X.B. HA efAIab , Pace, Lavender & Harper. Cotton and Tobacco Factors. General Commission Merchants, No. 50 Cnion Street. HEW OltLEANS, LA. scp27 3m U.W. LEWIS, Of Arkansas. D.H.c&Mmooax, Kentucky, b. n. wear. Kentucky Lewis, Comingorc & West, COTTON FAOTOKS AND GENERAL Commissioii Merchants, NO 31 FJiRDIDO HTItnET, (FACTORS ROW.) NEW ORLEANS Aad No. 3 West Third treet. CINCINNAT toet-12n J. LUMSDEN & CO. MANWIOTUBSBS' AND DEALERS IX EEDES, OILS, LEATHEE, Findings, Curriers' Tools No. O SOUTH MARKET STREET, So. NANIIVIIXE, iulylS-tf TENNESSEE. HYGIENIC TOE, THE GREAT I 31 POB7ED TOIVIC. TTSEDByTnEBBSTFAMrLIBSTITROnan U out Harare: approved by tbi Imperial School of Medfane.PariST endorsed by the promt seat Bwrabers of the Ameriean Med tail Aiiocia tionat thr eaaveatlen, hkl ia Balttlnore, May COXTAINS NO SPIRITS OF AN1 KIND, A.tD TBEBXrOBE NOT INTOXICATING IN TliE LEAST. It is prepared in Paris from pure Pbibst, and admits in ite composition only Tokio, Abohatic and FrsBirros snbstaaeex. Ladies will find it a deJieieu substitute for the various teniee whiebaave an alehoUe body. MUSCAT I'EItLE Is a rare Wiue of awt delightful flavor. It ie the TURK JITICK OF A MOST DKLICI0US UKAPE. It anrpasees ia excellence nay table wine in the eonntry. Used ia Karope for saera uefltel purposes. Church people are invited to iwinireinto it. These Wines are sold by all draggiet. 92 00 per bottle, large site. liWiNU i l'JKDLKTUN, eef14 Aceats, Nashville FAIRBANKS' 8TAH DAB D GALES OF ALL KINDS, Cotfon Beams and Frames, Cotton,Hay and Rag Presses, Warehouse Trucks, Baggage Barrows, COPYING PRESSES, &c. FAIRBANKS, MORSE & CO. 125 Walnut street, CINCINNATI apt-ly CTJST03I JIOCSE SALOON AND RESTAURANT Old Ho. 41 Hew 7o. 68 Oliurcl: St., (Opposite Overton Haste.) J. P. DTJGON, Proprietor, W0CLD RB8PBCTFDLLT INFORM HIS friends aad tbspaUie that, haviac re-fiued aa ferahhed this tarertte pisee. be is prapared W offer a BUI of Fare sarpaaeod by aoae ia the eity. Oyjten, Fish and Oaiae emtaatly on hand, and served ap at at! hears na the shortest aotiee. Haviac eae of the wrt Cooks in the Soath, he eaaiaaraateeutiefiicuue. Famished Roobu with Board if desired. . deSl-3m Dissolution of Partnership. V0TICEIS HSREBT OIVEN TnfT THE i Mrluankir eitetiac batweea T. J. Bryan ik4 ctale?lrfaaair Jijj rt.ef Bryan A 'Tewniees'win aereanev rlWrlM TWtw nhm wnail otl the late firm, and Is lsiertertl . s11m Ij Itn- l-J- W OMA) 3faafcrta,Xar.l.- aekM Jae b y rarer" mum jfKTiAar. mneu SQUTHERHMUS1C HOUSE MeOliire, 33 Union Street, MUSIC PUBLISHER A ad U'helwale aad Retail Dealer in . FIJL XOS,ORGA XS A XL MUSICAL MEJR CHANDISB GENERALLY. A FDLI. SUPPLT. CONSTANTLY ON HANL Xa, oi rianos, iron VS worU-renowned maker Steinway 4 Sob. J a. Uanham. SoeMieler A Schmidt, and A. .. 11. Sale Co Tecether witfc otser EUJcers ot nat- t Biiam. coma ixd Va i&COto U.M. QtrrtrNetdbaa uo sea uco. a. rnnce-a celebrated OrzatM. and Melodeas, sold at Faetorr Prices, with Ml wnr rantee Jdine beimr the oldest and iorcaat Muaic liotur in the country, purchasers can always ind the largett stock to select from. Orders filled with nroffiDtn&M. iuuI gaiitAidtiaa guaranteed. JK.u. Jlr. b. the well-known Or and llano Tuner, and Repairer, ieeaasiedby me. nep&insg oi an sinus ot mbmo&i xsuira- menu, done at my house, at reasonable rates. ocuh 3m Insurance Agency, FAMSWORTH & OLAEK' IV O . 4 . Maxwell Ffettse, Cherry Street. HnriTortl Insurnncc Co., Cash Ass-els $1,5T2,4S0 8 Arctic Insurance Company OP SW YR. Caali Aeste $0,000 00 North American Innraiie Co. orw YORK, (Josh AasetA....... sioi.ODii oi Columbia Insurance Co. Or NEW TORK Oaah Capital - 5600,000 00 Continental Insurance Co. er new TnatAI Cash Awem. $1,008,61 00 Security Insurance Company OP XW YORK. Cash Aaselfl Sl,54S,g04 J2 Xortliwestcrn tife Insurance Company, Cash Asseta.. ,$1,250,000 00 T flSRRS PROMPTLY An.TlI.?TRn AND JLi paid at this office. Marine aad Sre BJeks of all classes aecepted at rates irntdaated to me aaz- aril involreil. '.Ve offer a medium of safe aad available in demnity second to none. aS-Life polieioa at L0WB3TRATBS with no restrictions as te travel or latitude. nov.6-tl. CUT STONE. HASLAM BROTHERS, JelTerHOii, St., A'orlhlVashrlllc, ARE PREPARED TO TAKR CONTRACTS fcr all work in their line at the fwilowiat? named prices : Far mhhftd nr iJmi-n SHU ar Stam. rwr aa- aerfieial foot 81 25 Far bash hammered work, do I OO For Floering. do - 7B For Curbing cer running: foot... - 1 OO t!6 3ra S. B. DROWN. Lato Capt & A. Q. M.. Vote. GEO. F. BROWN. Late Chief Cleric Q. M. Dep't. S. B. BROWN & SON AGENTS FOR THE COLLECTION OP CLAIMS No. 115 Church Strccl, ,(&oeood Floor.) P. 0. D0X 336 -NASHVILLE, TKN CLAIMS F"0R UOttNTf. BACK PAY. PEN sions, TraBspertation. (rati and rrVer.) tjwir termastcrand Coramissary Stores. iaekidkiK HORSES ANI MVX.ES Taken from Tenneeseaas and Keataekiaas. and used by the United States treope. Lose of Hones and Equipments of Officers and Soldiers in U. 8. Sarvie. ! Threo months Pay proper dae dfecBarzed OS 'cers In certain cases, and all stmilar etateu, promptly attended to. . Recent acts of Congress bavo increased tee Bounties and Pensions due soldiers er their legal heirs, in certain cases, and placed colored sol diers and their heirs on the soma footiw as white. Correspondents desired In all portion of the country. Busineea sent as by mall wffl receive as prompt attention if handed aa in person. Our char j-oa will be reasonable. RrsBCB9 Maj. Oen. Geo. H. Thema, V. 8. A.; Qv. Wm. O. Brownlow: Haa. A. J. Fletcher, Secretary of State qfTensjeesee; W'lmr, Tobey & Bankers; and. First National Bank of Nashville; and ameers generally of the late ' volunteer army. nevtf-Sea F0ir0HniLS" AND FEVER I XJho tlio Beat! HURIiEY'S AGUE TONIC Never Falls Always to be Depended Upaa- Nothing mere reliable than Jlarley's Teat a. 1T7ILL cure Ague and Fever, Chills and rar. ra- IT termitteat Fever, Dnmb-Agaa. Brery l who has tried Haley's Tonic speaks in tbe hi beet terms of it. Aa a curative agent it is naeurpnaswl and more certain than nuinine. No bad reealts fromurinifHUKLtlV'STONUC.EveryhodyslioaW use JlUiiKl'S AUUt iu.iu ead omen to UiritLEY. UUDDDLK Jc CO., Proprietors, Loukrille, Ky. IIurlpj'H Nlomarli KlUe-rtc. Far DebHity. Lees of Appetite. Wealae. Iadi- Jeetien or Dyapepaia, want of aetiaa en the Liver, lieerdered Miamaafa, there are bo bitters that compare wktt these in reeMtvieg tlseee dhtresMne; eeraplalnta. .Par sale er ean be bad aiaay Uraa; Store iathttaitedSutef.or flraas the MQMie tors. LeaWHrnle, Ky.. corner Seventh atM uraew ftreets, to whom alt orders saoaM be addtessiJ. Blnrloy'a Snraparllln. The freat Bleed Purifier, ae a Sprias; aad Saaa mer Medleiae stasJs unrivaled, retaevca all isa puriflee Irevi tb blood, aad givee healfh sad streagtb t tbaayatera. HURLKr. RUDDLK k CO.. Prapriatars Ilurlcjr'a Popular Worm Cnntly. As this li really a SpedSe for Worm, aad the best aad most pala e form ta give t tMMr ea, itbnetrarprislaer at it is fart, takia the piece of all other praparatiaar for warn it befeg tat; less, any child win take It. Oriental Pearl I)rp. Fnr Beautlfylwr the Cemplezlen. effsetaally re. moves Ton. Freckles, Bletehes, aad grrtag the skia an elegant snooteaeu not eaeily attaiaed by any other. Ita aee ascag the ladle of fajMow ia the East, gives It a character for etteaay which at oaee stamps t M infinitely aaperiur forthe toilet of a lady. Ink ! lulc ! Ink ! 8 eaton's Chemieal Writing FlaM U beeeaiisac werhl-reaawaed for iu saperiar qaality. Ilaviag beee iatrodaeed only about sis yean, H haa be eeae the pttaeipal in ase with these wbe waat a ne. free Bowing iak. and for it pars ease? it U dendedly the beet iak for reeorde that eaa he used. Far eaantiag beoses. banks at ' iri i u U. it is aneqallad. aad need oaly to be tried ta be ap proved. For tale by Craniate aad Xerrhcnts "WRLKY. RUDDLE k CO.. FraprieWta. Comer Sevaats aad tirewi sUeaU, Per sale bv Berrr. DemrtHBi?WhattJe Bsxwem AitMerer s. ttwer; t'atUaffi A H at'a foagau Beaad & uregery, Nashville; aad DragglMt. jaaelv-lj FOR SAIiE, ON TEN YEARS CREDIT.!! A DEtJtRABLE COUNTRY SEAT S1 il Ftfteen acre of geed Laad, fowr banasVed yiatas lrom Broad street, exteaded. The iia prerementoeaaaist ef a Rasaientu eoataisut nine rooms, kitchen. KrTjnts' raoat, Mirhure hunni. tAble, spriac haoee, ettteea. weM aad ateawrtf. The nuy payaesU req aired ran be realited nut f the prndaet ef the pntk Thin b aib 1 1 the finest ppertaaities far retoHnc a oait batae that eaa ba a&ar4. . AJERTOS. JOHNSON "MrTH. dec27-lm AaanH. OTICE. OWE USER8I0KED. UAVINtl nCALI- X fedasAdiBlf atorwOa thcwUI ea iae estate-MT Saataa lttett. reaaesuaH parttea itebted te mM eauie ta sertiedby JaW, er Ukw w VrKjffcAi - Jas. A. HUGS' McOKBar&'OO., A. IIAjJIUjTOJV afe CO., Cotton and Tobaooo Factors, STORAGE, FORWARE5NW Aii'i) CXMlISSION Market iStreot, - .Vn-shvillc. rimU 1'NDKIWIGNKJ) HAVING TAKEN wtu nreaasa aad IfSLF"1- Tobac&BaoBLara.er aay other with their buna ew xaar reiy e gattW tie Mi-h-wHIbaaa .Iowa aay hoaeoia Tula dtj. Should . our old rHeodg fa ror n with oHere ibr GrtMerieZ way aay rely oa hariagBMib aareaased at the 1 leweet marlat arieea. Wlvninrsauiita to-soia fcrwwded to lis roB other Mw. ship jr.. ii nriuuRirmoi iBcwarded pr mptlr by the Brat trata or boat after their ar rival. Our -$ee u aa Market etre. waem taa Htt BWR1 IN I 111 MM iBIll aid boo! ,.i , , r ,i . m. - : oCxka A Co. ena be fouad ay taaea iMetattM. scribe oarsetrea. etc. )ais aufJK MeCRKA t CO. A C.1RIK We respeetrally lacretraeo to oar eM frieads ear MMeeeeors ia tHHiaasf, Im MoCacA Sz Co. wa eentiaee the CemmUitea IrBetnecs at oar teaad.Na. 28 Soath Market Street. 0rawe4eeiaN.ll 0aMec Street, wbeta we hepe all puttm wbetans (adebted to a wtil at eaec ealt aad pay tlsetr aeeeuats aw dae, ami all Barties who hare aay nlaiT aaaiiHt b will ere swat them for rtjntxmt, ae we wish to etose ap our battMeaat aa early day. I TaatF-ly A. HAMILTON A CO. CHANCERY SALES FOR Saturday, February 2, IS67. Sisaan R Enbank, Ailm'rx, va. Mary A. rigat aad others. TN PURSCANCB OJT DKCRSSS QF TIIK 1 Caanaary Court at N-THie la aWft BAaei case, 1 wQlsell.at the Caart Jlo-te, a Rntnrtlay, Ffbronrx 3, 1887. A traet of 98 acres, tyiaa- abeut savea mttm from Xiwh villa, aa taa Diekiisaea TtHaaike. tmr- eboel by John L- Xabaak. ao dixwued. from n bu 11. JenKin. .... ALSO, a traet or awMtt 77 aeraeafiaatl. Witft a dMiltery aitti all aeeeiaary atfHKM. par ehaead iVaeaUeo. W. Wl:er. THUMB OF SAH VtOHm af sX asMt twelve saoaths. wRh iatoreat from day af salt- Note reqairad w'th penuaal saaarHa, DM Mea re taiaed. 5otw re laaax ail3ajri ... MOKTON B. UUWHIiU, C. aa- M. jaalMd R. lif. Balch et ala. w. Jo. C. 2ewnan et ah. TN KJSWANCK OF A DKCRRK OF TIIK 1 . n ... . X' . . I. II, . I 1 . the above named eaaea, at the Raveabar Terra. K. I will sell at the Court Howe at Nau vilte, ob Snlurtlny, Eehrtinry a. 1807. Lot No. 15, ia Bah A WMteekiVk Addition tj Nashville, fraatisw aa Water or Proat street 182 feet, awl raaaiMt aaek te aa alley. The lot will be HvWetl tasatt parebasers. TKR.MS -r, twelve aad eiehiaaa monthO eredlt. Noterreaaired wfuf apprTi security AIH1 lTR TfcteMftCtia eiaiaed. Ssle ftee mm rederaptiaa. MORTON B. 110 WELL. C. aad M i12-Ul Kllzaltath S. Hawkina ami otkern vk. AV'ra L. Mwrfttte, AJ'r, .umI otfcrj. TN FUR8ITAXC OF IsBCRKHS OF TIIK A Cfaaneeaar Court in tail eaea. 1 will sail at the Court House at Naetmne. ea Naltinlny, Ft-brHRry 2, 107, The remainder isOer eat. afar tba Ufc ealat Mrs. ratxabeta stgiar, aa iae neaee aau iot .n ltlga Wreei. aexi ners si sara mm at mran baQt by JohB Sbder. aad aeer oeeaated by M. T. W. Baraea. The W heats 36 feet on 11. g I aad twelve meatae. with latereat from data. Km$ wiim per anal security reialrd. and ktea retoiaad. .Sale frea frem ntaean. MUarvH B. HOWBLL, C. and M JBl3-W E. II. ChiWrew, Jr., va. Maria E. Crutcher ami othere. TN PURSUANCK OF A D8CR8K OF TIIK 1 Cttaneery Court ia tbi mm, t will Mil at 'ho Coart Haate at Naahville, on a Knttmlny, February a, IS87, The undivided ona-katf of a traet of lead ia the Uta Civil District cf Davideoa cooaty. contain tag a boat 189 aaras. aad boaaded as fbtlowa Beaiaaiag at a stake sear the soatawest comer ol a traet of land now owned and oeeapied by A V. S. Liadslajr m s rmideBee. raaalng theu a eaet aad with tbe xtuth baaadary Mae of aaid traet of Liadeley 6a polea, to a stake ; thcace Borth 12 poles, to a stake and corner of a tract oi laad heretofore conveyed by K. II. Childres. 8r.. to Mary A. Cbadweil : theae eoet 130 pule. ta a stake; theaesoath iW poles, to a stake ta the narth baaadary of a treat ef laad owned by Mrs. Paosley : thence soath 37 deg. west and with said boundary line ef Mrs. Paaeley 60 poles, to a stake; taeoee teath lar. west aad stilt with the nan beaadary line IX poles, te a stake, the northwest corner of the Pugsley traet, aad ia the east beaadary Haa of a tract of laad owned by Nicboik Iiobsoa ; tbeaee nort h. aad with said east boindary line ef Hobson Hi iSsP-CrWkTiA's. 12. W aad X month s.rrith rood jMraoaJ sacMrHy, aad Hen re UiriTdl al frei Jroat tbe riefct t riesiBtion MORTON B. HOW1LL. C. aad M, aalMd sMR. Mc(xHL'S Bqtwivic jyispensaiij, Ovar Vt TJnlen Strot, between Col lege and Clierry", NASHTTLLB , FOR, TUB WUeATMIfT Of CTITIOIVXO DlSTCiLSKR. lrivae DIhoiihoh, anil DISEASES OF W O M E fi. 4r PATIENTS TRIJ.1TBD AT THEIR HOMES, t' UK HS (tlf AUNT III! t. "b DE. M'GILL CURaS AJr7kX-TipXd OF TKJ LL'Nji IXsaaaat of taa TSroat. Caaeef. Brave. Di ' fee of tho Maart aad Craer. ia4aeatUn ' tha Stomach , iHsfnaa. IHmomx of the . -DebBtaied Sratema. Dyspepsia or ladigeon aad CaswwwpOim. TO Till? I A DIES. All Afartioe ef thw Waaab treated i NTH K 1 1.1 T V. Ladtos wkoae Miribslnas t hat baa aat t betac forth ia daa aaaaaa, em maaalt ae either by foeser ar ia persaav PKIVATII DISBAMBS Of aH aaadat. Priatacyaad ttaroatiMor, reaawau t troes tbe syeteaa. xi out emissions firnsn. DR. McQILL bi performing tbe aaaat wonder W cures by Me Slctlloatetl Vapor latk Thathaaa erarbaaa perforsaad In thieaa4M lie emm ewMtiiatioaal foftae .of Jfopsuii PaaMated etttasas. l leer tk0 Threat SaadlTTll likfwi of the 9k, eawad Hrpkilia or isasntre aaaee ef tha VfeaU pa.w oftbboaabMafaadHnMKa; Balarge All letterf she ba araated to 1U. MciilL I , War m. flaafceWfo. TVaa, hsUy R C ?I O VAL DR. L. L. COLEMAN HAB RBKOT ED FOM CJ t RRRT fTKf S, ' aa Aw. 210 earner af Chart d MrLc Dr. Oaleaiaa haa. la aaamarian Trieh M nffi.-. 'iiiTili ity &""t Bor- ept"ww a w: t nuwo4. MftnitiXBs, pmtrrMr.uv. PANCT GOO DM. Aa ether artMea ascafly kept in imrh :' lUhBtenti, which he offers at tha l.wer . jSfc CHAJUJB K!5?Tn1l fe7a!l?l' iu- fftMr aad PrearriptinaM at the bra (store fc. P. Jaakias A '.. U with Ir. C, and w . takeplaaaere ia waiting np.m hie awn at , tSearrlptiaea prunpily aad jMnrsdalv c.,,. I atari her. sU AflTBSTJ W,.TBD POR Tk lift, Latter, Sptttotas, &c, ALXXANBVll K. oTTRPHRXS, Jf UfMryClaRVatewd. Haq., Lata Sen. full a lt Waaal teerM-dAwiU 'hi UfiallljIMInfla