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Urgust Circulation In City ami Stale !Te following beautiful ikxbi Has made its utMrtM i tne newsster. The aiWioihs iiitfhiiiw ww " TboM who b beard tins snntoe nffliiim i iliiiillii tfir"'-1' MK a,3lr.Pp8t.wUI never fewet euhor tne wt whisii he renders rt. or ssostne. r isdednetjn to K. Mr. Forrest Ms fee writer wan the brother of thopest Bsuthoy the idiot nor. Yet to the jxr unrens'nlng boy led had net been unkind. Old Sarah loved her helpless eWM Whom helplessness Bade dear. And Hfe wm everything to htm wh knew ivo hope bh fear. " She knew his wants, she nnd emios d Rait hair arttelats salt; For be was everything to her. Awl the to him was all. And to for Many a yesr they Hved. 1 ..ir. LulJ. A1VT WWW vonwv t ae at laMtthen Sarah e Awl sbe frl sick and died. He tried is vain to 'wa:en her, Iteoelled her o'er and o'er: . 1W told Man the was desd-the words To Mm no taigort bore. Thfr closed WSTcyes and shrouded Wer. 1TMst hestood wsnd'ringby, Aw wnen they bore her to the gtnve. He followed silently. Thor hiU her in the narriw hnt, And song the funeral stave. And when the msnrnfal train dtefowwl. He loitered by the grave. The rabble top that Med Vjjeer Whene'er tney sw Pr Ned, Now atood d wstoh'd htm at the scare. And not a word was saw. Awr eae aad wMt awl bm aM. And night nt last drew en: Yetsull We lingered at the viae Ttl ererr oee Wed gone. h found Uweirahwe removed uie far, ie snain hi Wt am it swift away. ht went he to bit tuslher'scet. ton the now: a essences e( lor IS bMrei the ceTtage deer. i he placed Lis -aetber'4rpse rkit within Uor ahair. Con he heaped the hearth and Mew lie kindling fire mtb csw. the bow was in the wanted ebahr. It wm ber wonted Pii.ee. Awl bright the fire biased and Hashed, Reflected from her face. Then Lending dawn bed feel her hands, Anon her face beheld r Why, mother, do you look fa pale Vndwny are you so esMY Awl when the neighbors on neit mem Had (breed the oottage door. OM Sarah's oorine wan la the chair. And Ned's wm on the fleer. It bad pleased God from tbii poor boy. Ilk oaly friend to eall; Yet God was not unkind to him, for death restored blm all! AI'RK'AX AIIGRATIOX WESTWAHI. From the Maeon (Oa.) Jetirnal. Newajwper and oral reporto satisfy iw tbsR the negro emigration from Georgia to Ut Southwant, lias largely iricrooed tine yoar in cenManlly incroaaingf ami i lies lined to work within a nhort time imiKr bMtt changes in the induatral economy and condition f G ootgia. Borne altompt Traa made at the laot sea ion of the Legislature to restrain by law the operations of emigration agenU, hut we lok for little practical results from legisla tive interponition in thin matter. Labor, like every other oootmoditj, will seek its : IxaH market and highest price.; and if bcU tr HeeN can Iw paid by the planters in the JdSssiasinpi valley and in Texas than by thetie w-lta till the light uplands of Georgia, one other barrier than the statute book MHt be aractsxl afaimit the tide of eaaigra tloii. In Georgia we have vanelv tried te ftx iem and roipi 1ft tc trade by law long 'mBBgh to have learnt, by this time, the felly and imbecility of the cfiort. - Tke simple and only question which mm settle the bumnem of negro emigra tion is whether, on tie whole, the freed hi an aw bnoU himsolf by the change. It it Ue, beywid question, that the cultivator nf tlie rioh alluviums of the Mississippi im afford to pay better prices than the Uaorgia planter; but it is also true that the .emigrant exchanges a healthful for aa in lHbrieus cliaMtte ; and he wed Sees home m more or less soaial enjoyment by the ckac. The ioint is one of private policy phkI' advantage which should be presented wl diaeHMed by tho freed men and the em ployora, and which we hold it to bo little start of folly to attempt to control by law. It lit (rue tltat the propesed legisfalioa was based not so much upon the notion of restraining the emigration of freed men in gatteral, as of preventing the emigration of mmk s would leave young children and Other dependents behind them, to become uwrdem on public and private charity. It ropreseatei, as we believe Irvlv, that Hoarly ever connty having a coosiderable negro population, had its agent enticing Bogroos to emigrate, and with great wiccess. Those agents received about ten dollars per capituin on all they would ship ; and some irf t)) had sent away hundredH, many of wIhhm left families and parents desolate awl hefideM ltebiml them. Those agents soeopted fsw women, and none with eucuui Itraness. As a consequence, tho proportion nf the saxes was disturbed, families were separated, and the feeble and unproductive -cissioa were dspriYel of the support of the sWe-bedied. The evfl, If wo may credit reports which cms to vs. i a great one. For illustration, we ttfiderewBd that in oar neighboring snty of Mostroo, it is estimated that wbout two-thirds of the frsed population has Iroen oant off by these sgeets. Spalding OOtttity Is rotvreeeated to have lost quite as MMwh. Kokifil and all the counties of the old Black Belt Wo been the theatres of heavy operations of this character. The lost Atlanta Inkltymeer, says "cvory day witnesses a groupe of one hundred or more seseiebled at the car-shed" in that city awaiting shipment to the West." Bat although legislation to prevent the desertion of families by these emigrants is mo doubt justifiable, it it of the d&ee im praoUeable. It would be so readily evaded, ac to be worthies. We must accustom ourselves to regard this emigration as a ixed and irrepressible fact, and forecast the day when Georgia will boast an almost xduatre white population. Till". TOTORTUN ATES OFSTCW YORK A MIDMOHT 3IIHSIO.V. Frosa the New York Expretn Ksver before was public spirit and .nhtlnnthrnry so much excited in behalf of sta huIob woMMR of tlik city as at present. Oiorts are bow waklBg in several quarters luokftlf to their redanation and reforms fton7ki ssom to atoot with hearty sup Mort. Pfowinent among them is the plan of a Midnight wiMiofl, the object of wkicn 1 ast Jorth in a ckeular issued br St. HamdW Howe, and which was read ba ton large gregat!onlnTrinItr Chapel Sunday HickU The gentlemen Sad or whose ' sadarinloMeoce the undertaking has been eoKasenced say: They have entered on the work by going into the streets at night, giving cards call ing attention to St. Bsruabaa House as a torn )orary heue. They have taken the further step of hiring a room, which shall be as mack in the May of this unfortunate class M are the theatre and concert saloons. This they desire to furnish, aa a cheerful nd attractive reading-room. Having taken tM onward step, they now look to the Christian people of this city for help to go forward. Books, papers, magazines, pictures, and oanecially money, are needed im ydUtoly. 8U11 more pressing is the want of a W of gentlemen who will join in - Ms dsftenU hot ertHlv ChrisU&n-like -w-Ofk. If we had a band of fifty widdte-aged ' who wotdd give one evoning a week, sjsdnsT two and two either into the street or 4 onr readinr room, sarelr the ofbrie of V t ..1 1 t 1 anpa s ema ifvwu recetre a otesnng irons utm who exsse M to stsl: and to save MtU which was lost." To aid the oiorts of gentlemen laboring in this way, two short ieMora have been prepared by the commit tee, designed to be enclosed in as cor elope and handed to women and girls ia the street. This work is new bore, but has boon tried actt euccessrolly in England. The last annual report of the Midnight Meeting Association toils of no less than a thousand who have been drawn away within dsn fear from the paths which lead dwn to death." An otoqoont torsoon was delivered 00 the sdsjoct br Iter, a II. HiUiard, giving a Itrtlior descripUon of tke propossd missmi, smdeologiaint! liKiinosaory of the 1st Mrs. JakMsond. coder whose aospkes miinly Use House of Merer, now doing m muck good, was fooodsd. FOR IIBKT. indL uowT a lMrs r. aerJMf Airem 8utai AiVw 1 At ane Tlnrli 3h im. lat ava siaJnaf. JEHIIWICIX Or. - jfwrHtjymnsjr iwH -.4- ? fit STOMACH FITTERS. ..., '" ; aF . o ft x H x O-1 r TIWD THK FOLLeWltfri IIOMK RVI JX dente f U isedlstMftt "Atim. and if) It hi ystir own tawNf sim: Mr. Wtmr. Wilder. Wv. llur Rir- I hare exaarifeedyeor Stoffifteh Bit ters earefally. and find it what you represent it to be. The high order whleh the ingredient nolur Into it take in the Matoria Medlea. a well as the most happy proportioned combination of saoaUiDCOf, maxe your jsiuem ir iiiennr ioa.uy sirailir preparation in the eoantry. The fact thatyou use only the ixrett Bourbon Whisky ami necefsariiy reeeeataond your Bitters in anotber iKiiM, eopeetally a !ar as waoiesome m and nulntaliilitr are taken into considers tlan. I was well nloased to see in your est&b Usbment tho prosets of asaufjicturinB ynur Hitters eamoii en ty way oj aupiaeemeni, wnion not oaly give you a better product, but also roseam.e,, y --8 Atwtheeary asd Ohemls-t. Loehiriile. Sept. S. IMS. Mr. 34rd Wilder, OHv : DearStr: My wife and ehUd have been tufier loir tor several months from indiffatian. Mv wile, seehnr your adrertisetaent, rasatsted mo to brink her aboUle of your Btomaoh Bitters, wbieh 1 did ; and on Cittns one bottle, I am. aere than happy testate that my child, now four months obi, who has not had a voluntary action since its birth, is entirely restored, and mv wlfn it enjoying the best of health, and is now wholly unwilling w ue wunoui a uotcie 01 your xntters in the house, as she says it is tho most strength eninijfind appetising tonic that can be used, and that no bouse ought to be without it: andlfeo! it due te the pttene to Bake kBOwn the wonder ful good it bas performed in my household, and ssost heartily recommend its use in every family. 1 remain yours respectfully. "P. M. RWAWK Of Qrafg, Draman & Go., 314 Main street. L IslT, 6MK-af,13S , - Hoot IIavkv, Mkabk Codktt. Kv 1 Ostobor M, im. I Mr. Wunrd WMer, Inm initle, Ky. ; Dear Sir: I take tdsasareln ssying that I was raCaring from Ague and Fever, or Chills and Fever, for sovoral months, when I was advised by a friend to try 3'sar fanwas Stemaeh Bitters, and after using two bottles I am entirely re stored. It not only imparts new vigor, but it is truly tho best strengthening and appetizing tonic, at the same time plo&sant to the taste, I have srer known used or afforded to tho puplic: and I would say to all thoso similarly afflicted tint if thov would be cured and have the disease thoroughly eradicated from the system, to uhrl ful medicinal power and virtue. I remain yours resiioetisily, IP. V. NRVITT. UVSSWLUIJK.Y. October 12. lifirt. To E. Wilder, ssj., (Mr . I was a good deal affiicUd With Indif estion, and oeeastoaal attscks of Dysncpnia. I was ad vised te use Tenr Bitters, I scarcely ued one bolt re when I felt relief, snd from tho use of tbe Miters, though nearly sixty-seven years of age, feel the same energy and vivacity and cheerful spirits of a boy of twenty five. Your Bitters are a pleasant tonic and oordial, andai they are pre pared from pure ingredients and good old Bour bon Whisky, 1 sen safely estderse their use to all afflicted as I was. I would sy to such persons. keep your minds easy, your bowels open, your is ooei. your leet warm, ami use u uaer s it tors, anil pey or jMnd the Dastar. uespeetmiiy, u iiuvivt.h, "Old UeHaMer' Agent Brie R. It. IT WILL otmp DYSPEPSIA, EIVER COMPI.AIaT, And aN sneeiss el InillireatlOH, (Intermittent Fever, and Fever and Ague, And alt peslWHal disorders. It will give Imme diate relief In OOLIO AND FLUX. It wiu enre COHTIVKK188. ItisamHdand d14htfl irtfrrt tar aeliet remsJes., It is a safe AbM-rWoos Alsefatire and Tenfo for raniily panes. It is a powerful reeaperaat anr tbe frw has been deMnteted son redneed br sickness. It is an exoatlent ajpitsseras well as strsngtheaer of the dtgMnre meet. It is as m ruble alike as a corrective snd viM estnartic It is beiac daily used snd prserib by Ml phy sMaaa. as the forsanla will be hnsded to any reenter cradaate- BDWARD 1TI1LDBB, m Solo Froprletor. BIWAIll WliiDBIEMr CO., Wholesale Druggists, . : ; 215 XHAB3EE" FHOIfTJ TMJE ST., COR SAUR HT ALL BfcAlTKRSC r : . Per Rent. . ase (SHseHS. reni w,"r ' em f3waii . jc uraen. hsbsns aboo iraiwt i wvODnVwosste. ROWLMD? SPERRY & CO Cotton Factors , COII,I8SI SIER.pIIAeV.TN AMP AffutHtnr the ITranklln FArlory. N0rf'48 WEST SECOND STREET flIXPIXNATJ, OHIO. C OKSIGN.MRNTS OF OTTi.V, TOBACCO, DRIED FRUIT, Etr.. Elicited, and liberal "Cash" advanses made.on the same. ItOH'WNI), KPF.UUV .1" CO. nevIS-lm HiKBia, VILLLS4CO.. SHANE. BULL 4 Oft.. Oineinnatl, Ohio. Memphis, Tenn. BELL, HARRIS & CO., iiKW ORLBAXS. LA. Cotton and Tobacco Factors AND OKSKRL COM ill IS SI 0 fi m E C II AN T s. TJBFKRRINQ TO THE ABOVE. AVE RE- XV speetfiUiy sstlsit consignments, frem our inenu.i. Kespecuuiir, BELL, HARRIS i CO. aSFXRETCKg. Messrs. Stratton.Cheney k Roy. Nashville, Tenn. lUKtrvxieiumom jc uo., viorKSVltie, Tenn. v. N. Kennedy, Esq., " " Qen. R. L. Carutbers, Lebanon, Tennessee. Ooprgo Burnley, HarUville. Tennessee. dee2-3m HUNTSVILLE HOTEL J. U. V ENABLE. H. K. WILLiRD. J- J. TESASLE. ENABLES & WILLARD, T1AVR LEASED TflE ABOVE NAMED O. Ifotel, In the city of UnnUvIUe, Alabama, for a Bumber of years, and have opened it for tbpreeoption of Travelers and Boarders. The House is acknowledged to be one of the most admirably constructed nouses of entertain ment in the whole country, in nil of its annoint- raents, for the comfort and convenience of guests, anu is situated in a ueligntlul locality, convenient to all business portions -at tho city. It has been thoroughly cleansed and put in the best order. Tlir. SKNIOIt OF THK FIRM Is the well known landlord of the " Venablo House," end all the lessees havo hsd considera ble experience in hotel keeping, and flatter themselves that they have acquired a favorable reputation as caterers tor tno publio taste ana comfort. The? are determined to snare no rea- senaWetexpenso'or effort to minister "t5 the wants ol tneir patrons. THE TAB Is.,E Will be supplied with tho best the maikets aaera, prepared in too most palatable style. A. B A. R ; Furnished with good liquors, and a B I Xi Xi I A R D BOOM,; With Phehtn Tablec, iirelconneoted.with-th Hotel. i Prices will bethesnme as those of other (Tst class Hotels. janl9-tw3m Nashville Union and Dispatch copy three times per week three months, and send billjto this ouice for collection.-untri7f Independent. HE'RY J. Architect. OPKCIFICATIONSAND WORKING DRAW O INQS, made with or without superintendanre Office, nt the Maxwell House. j RIFERENCKS. Jon Overton, W. D. Fulton. novJ7 tf T. J. McCax.v. K H.Kast. F . GOIL5: FRENCH B00TMAEE4 NO. ao COIaTaEGE street, KUnder the Sewanee House.) ; rs CONSTANTLY RECEIVING STOCK, I and manufacturing to order first-class Gen tlemen's Boots, Gaiters, and Shoes. Customers will be guaranteed satisfaetion in every instanfe. Leather and Findings and every thing in the line supplied to the trade at moderate rates. Remember F. OOI.L, Nft. S College St., under Sewanee, an Ti nil whom it inny Concern. IT PON THE TWENTY-8EVENTI1 OF U November, 1866. at my residenoe in Car roll county, State of Tennessee, died Joskph (Irai-k, b foreigner, born in France. His relo tions In the United States, orelsewhere.arehere by notlCed or bii. death. After Administration is ended, there will probably be jomo property for dis trfbutien. 0. W. MEABO.RS, declT-lm Administrator .NEW . STORE aSD F. L. I)AArIES & BRO., JEWELERS, (MAXWELL HOUSE,) Corner Ohuroli and Cherry Street's, FL. DAYIES BBG8 LEAVE TO INFORM , his friends, and tho publle generally of nashville aad vicinity, that he has eramencel the JEWELRY BUSINESS Again, having aasociatsd with bim hi brother. V. H. OAVIIW, formerly with Jenr. Rnll, ninck Co., New York elty. Vfe aro now recelvisg from New ork a large and choice lot of WATCHES, JEWEIsRY, IMainondri, m Silver Wnro, Plated Ware,,., and Fancy Goods, Djkeet from the Importers sodgManufacturars. eUrckeckrhavfeg been purchased aGthe L.OVrnST ET CAN II .BATES, Wttl be offered upon the most reasonable terms. AH goods are warranted Strictly 3TIrt-clnB. An'cxaatnaMsn sf onr rck isAsVetrolly soiieited. Watqh. Repairing and Jobbing. This DepsTtrseat "nfuf VusJasasVwe propose maktes-a SPBOrALITV. hnvlnr secured the semeea et toae oi we usoii war.Bicu u . oeuntry fer that purposs. F. I D.1TTXS. deolOtf X, U. DA TIBS. S. GOLLADAY Oit y Shoo B t ( i- o, . I W' f tOpportte at. 0tu4JItlj a - Jt. S( Rleaaons BloeJcCtiurcb Wtrcrt, KASUVILLB. THNNv. n'of-ti REMOVAIa. t WOULD RB8PBCTFULLY INFORM MI X twsen MsskKCoHsg Suesatter te M7 Pefiiml. lanll-lBi fB.l WM- TITTLEBAUM, (opposite the Maxwell Houyct Nasnville. Tenn. offers his services to a gene ous public. By his experience in this line ho L- enabled to try the eyesight and suit spectacles accordingly, so that the eye is not-overcharged, but merely assisted. At his Optical Establishment oan also be found Microscopes, Telescopes, Thermame ters. Macni&ers, Mathematical Instruments, Picture Frames, Opera and Field Olufsee. etc, etc. Remember that when yon want . youreye sight improved you must call at Wm. THle baum's office. Ko. 74 Church street, opposite Maxwell House, Nashville, Tennessee. The WOOD FOU SALE AT TABD, or. DELIV fA. ckosper tban at anr other yard in the eUy. Terms itrlctlj CASH. . Extrn InducementH, PARTfES PPP.CnASIKO T.AP.OELY. Yard corner North Front and Jefferson Streets. TO. HOGAN. 0. P. DANVORTH, Agent. oet3-3m PROM 10 TO 25 PER CENT. SAYED er srriNo rara ooor at the NEW YORK STORE, NO. 15 UNION STREET. nWK PEOPLB OF NASHVILLE AND THK JL. Hunuunuiuu ivuuilT will yicitaa ufnu ui uuuu, lha NEW YORK STORK is now receiving and open' log a new ana very attractive stoeE or Staple and Fancy Drygoods NOTIONS, KTC, ETC., Which has baea bought for Cash In ths very best Eastern mtrkeU, anl will be offsred nt the very lowest retail price.. Tbe stock consists In part of Black Silks, all prices; Colored Silks, all shades and prices ; Moire Antique, all colors ; Best English and Oorman PopUiu; English and French Merinos ; Emprc&a Clothi, all colors ; Ladies' Sacking Cloths ; Fine White and Black Alpacas , Lustre., all colors ; and all Wool PlaUl, U colon All Wool Flannels, all colors; Ueavers, Broadcloths, and CouitnerH ; Doeskins, Tweeds, and Jeans; English and American Prints ; Brown and Bleached Domestics ; f,A, OA, 7-4, 84, 9-1, and 10-4 81iotlugs; Tnble Linens, Towels, and Napkins ; All grades Irish Linens; A full assort nt of White QmhU Ladles' and Children's Hosiery snd Oleres , Common and French-Embroidered Corsets ; Duplex Elliptic Hoop Skirts ; Ladies' Shawls, Cloaks, and Sontags ; RUbens, Trimmings, & I'ancy Goods And manv other Goods too numerons t mention. Remember the place NEW TOBK STORE, No 19 union Slicef, tliwvy w. sola suna.) oct21-3m E. FBANKLIN COLLEGE HILL F O U N S. 12. JOISTIDS. ON HAND FOR SALE, One 35 Ilor.so Etiflnc,7new; 'One 25 Horse Engine, second hand ; ' One 15 Homo Engine, with Boilerslcom plete, second hand ; Ono IS Horse En Rlne, new;) BIT 10 Horse Engines, new. Portable and Stationary Engines Of all eisos made to order, warranted equa to any eastern Engines. Those in want of Engines will Tgir us a call swore purehastng euewbere. Mill Work, .BToanot-FroiitH, .Tall lFork, Bridge Work, Iron Railing, Ami every description of Iron Work, made on ine snertest notice, ana warranted to give satis- Iflction. janl-3m A. A. SPENCER & CO. Southeast Corner or Chiiroh and College Streets, NASHVILLE. TDNNBSSEE. COTTON FACTORS, COMMISSION, FORWARDING AND DEALERS EX PRODUCE, O R O C E R I E S, Flonr, Bacon, Iard, DRIED FRUIT, Etc., Etc. Onlcrs tilled vltl Care nt llic lowest Jlarkct Frlceft. OUR LARGE WAREHOUSE enables us to of fer superior inducements to Planters and others Shipping their Oettee and other Traduce to us, on whieh we will make 1,1 HERAT. ADVANCES, Sell, Store, or Ship, on the most Favorable Tcrma. Parties favort&g us wkh their business may depend on it receiving prompt and earefal attention. A. A. NFENCER Jb CO., Ssutheast earner of Church and College sts. sctlrr-tf V. W. JOTQg. STirrosD. 2xd. JOYGE- & STAFFORD, COTTON ASH TOBACCO FACTORS, , - ASP Comniission Iffercliants, 3MTO. 22 Union Street, NEW ORLEANS. SPBOIAL ATTENTION PAID XO FILLING orders, and', beral Cash advances made on consignments. Ideo30-8ni WOODCOCK & SUTTON STIXL IN THE (COAL) RING. Round Coal- 83 SO Lump Ooal .57 oo OppoM PostoSee, NO. 3 CHERRY STREET. JLynnwood Kursery for Sale. mniP IS A BEAUTIFIL AND PBOP 1 iTABLE Tieco of Property, with S pleas eat restdenea. oatrhoas-. bst-hsoee, -large jwinbers Of sicellenr fruit, OrnsmtEtJii and evergreen trt. ready fcr market. It k attaated re miles from NasbvBle. ob ths Hlltsbero Pike, snd Is offered at low gures. such as may be speedily reallied, from the products of its soil. It embraces X acres of groand, of which about T& seres are In fietttitbinf Nurseries. This is a good opportunity fer seeurtasa attraetivs hAime asd a good tsvesttsest, yi elites taae- d UeiA)2RS0Hj Johnson Si SMITH. Hsarw AM .SOLE AQHNIT BQt JULIUS J. WOD & OWS I'esrl, rnrs ssxt tiles, txaren. iut espeeUnr sispttd te ftesily -use- The .trade saprRtiiat safMilrser's prises. J. Ut WOOD, . ant-lm . 4tJn4:a street. Louisville and Nashville 4 AIL aUICK TIME TO NT. I.OVIS, CIIICAOO. , CIXCINXATI, AND THE KANT. v ' Ttto Unity TlirotitrU Trntns, Jluklng litre ctCoisnectloua nt Eonlsyllle for the I'jst, West anil Xorlh. COMMENCING JANUARY 27. 7 Trains will run as follows : No. C. No. 4. Leave Nashville 5:00 A M 101 P M -rive at ttowllng Ureen. S;D0 A M A(35 i M ' " Cave City. r 9:27 A M 6:13 F M ' " Louisville. . WO P M 9:2) P M WEST AND" NORTH. No. 1. No. 9. No. 3. LeaveLoutsvillo 130 PM 9:30 PM CM A Arrive Ind'naD'lU7KXi P hi 4:16 A M 12:45 P Arrive Chicago 10.50 A bl 5:00 P JI 10:10 P M " St. Louis. 9:30 A M 1:00 P M 1:45 A M EAST. No. 1. No. 2, Leave Louisville 1:30 P M Arrive at Indianapolis 7:00 P M " " Cincinnati 11:55 P M " " Cleveland 6:15 A M " " Buffalo 1:35 P M " " Pittsburg 10:25 A M o-jo p at 4:15 A M &15 A M 3 ffl V M 10:40 P M 9,30 P M 1:00 P M " llaltimore ll-'J) A M " Washington " " Philadelphia 12:40 A M " - New York 7:00 A M ' " IJaston 1:20 P M 3:45 P M 5:00 P 31 -Steamers of U. S. Mail Line leave Louis ville dailv nt 10 x. M. and 4 r. u.. arriving in Cincinnati in time to take early morning trains for the East. Passenger car attached to freight trains Leaves Franklin, Ky., at 7:09 a, m., and Gallatin at 9:30 a. v.. arriving in Nashville at 11:50 x. it. Leaves Nashville at 3:10 p. u., arrives at Galla tin C.OO P. M and at iranklinihUl p, v. ALUERT FINK, General Superintendent L. iK, R. H. dec9 C. M. BRIGGS. I. M. HYATT. BRIGGS & CO., GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Grocers and Forwarders, A.OKXT3 roR ins 3.ile or Cedar IVarc, Plows, . ( orii'SbelltTM, Slraw-dilfcrg, AORICULTURAI. I.1IFLEMENTS, HOLLOW-WARE, BAGGING, ROPE and TIES. ETC., ETC.. Manufactured at the Tennessee Penitentiary. ueaiers in FLOUR, i- BACON, LARD, -MBAL. CORN, and Flnnlation Haplleii Oonernlly. NO. 3, COR. CHURCH AND COLLEGE NTS. NASHVILLE, TENN. janl-3m CHANCERY SALE AT iaverghsre:. On Thursday, Feb. 14, 1867. TN PURSUANCE OF DECREES OF THE A Chancery Court at Noshvillo, In tho ca?e ol Mallie Ross, by, etc., against Wm. Hon, Adm'r, i will sell nt L.avergne, on Thursday, Febrnnry II, 1867, The following Tracts of Land belonging to tho' entate of Folir G. Ross, deceased, viz : l.THE BAILEY and ROBERTS TRACT, near the Murlreeaooro Turnpike, in District No. 3, containing 280 Acres. For particular descrip tion, reference is made- to the deed in Book 27, nrura 31. o rrrrr' wpt cnxr tt a pt tt- ici Acres and 84 Poles. This Land lies on tho Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad, in David son and Kuthertord counties. 3. THE WHEELER TRACT, in District No 3, containing 18 Acres and 125 Poles, being same formery sold by F. Q. Ross to B. M. Y Heeler. 4. ALcO. a Tract in District No. 3. containing ko Acres, Dougbt by t. u. osj irom John Bailev. All these lands lie near Lavergne, and they llt 1 .) I I J . .1 J C f. T ..II 1. J . . ! .t mil uauniunin n eiiuuiu uu uciiruuio. TERMS OF SALE-Ono-fourth cash, and residue on credits of 6. 12. IS and 21 months, with interest from date. Notes required, with per sonal security on those due at six months, and a lien retained until all are pam. sale treo irom redemption. jan24-td M. B. HOWELL, C. and M Arkansas Hirer Plantation FOR SALE, LYING ON THE ARKANSAS RIVER, near South Bend, containing about Nine teen Hundred Acres six hundred acres cleared and finely improved; has a commodious brick dwelling steam gin, fine negro quarters, and Sood stables for stock; an orcbard of six hun red choice apple trees, and fifteen hundrod peach trees: has four largo cisterns, capable of holding 5.000 barrels of water. Fifty hands will be put on tbe place in January next. Will sell with all the stock and crop on it. Apply, to L. B. Fite. Nashville. Tenn., or to Jpines H.Moore, On the place. PostoQce: Post of Arkansas Janl0-diw2s FOR RENT; A DWELLING ON McGAVOCht STREET, 8 or 9 rooms. Price, S0O 00 A DWELLING ON 8PRUCE STREHT, A few doors ioath of Demnznbrane with 7 or 8 rooms- Price, $600 00. A NEAT FRAME COTTAGE ON WHITE street, south of tho Franklin Shops. Price. $20 00. A SMALL BRICK DWELLING ON THE westsideof Capitol Hill. Price, S1S0 00. A PART OF ATW0 STORY DWELL Jjl ING, four rooms, between Union and Ce dar streets, on Spruce. Price, J240 00. rpHE DWELLING ADJOINING, WITn 7 X rooms. Price, S480 00. A DWELLING ON CORNER OF SPRUCE and Union streets. Price, $S60 09. rpHE STORK nOUBB ON BAT SIDE JL of South Market street, now occupied by ftT F.Bell. Also tho one adjoining. Price, 8W0 each. A BRICK DWELLING ON NORTH JX. College street. No. 305, with 4 rooms. Priee, Jfcnoo. A DBIilGHTFUL COUNTRY RESIDENCE Xa. near the Horticultural Garden. 8 or 9 rooms. Splendid garden spot, with 4 or 8 acres of greund or 40 if desired. A SMALL DWELLING WITH THRKE JOL rooms on South Marked street, near the Medical College. Price. &H0 00. Apply to CALLENDRR GARRETT. 72 Colonnade Building. jsnK-lw (B) . j. e. ma20aO;fe; AFFER3 HIS PROFESSIONAL SERVICES J to the eitiiens of Nashville. To OBSJETRICA.L SURGERY, and the Dis eases of Women and. Children, ho will give spe cial attention. Offie. fer the present, at lils residence, NO. 49 NORTH SUMMER STREET, a few doers north of Jefferson. Nashville. Jan. 8. 1S7. anS-lm Free to Everybody. A LARGE 0 PAGE CATALOGUE, TEACH -ins bow to remoro Tan, Freekles, Pimples. BloUhes, Moth Patches. Sallownees, Eruptions, and all Impurities of the skin: how to flwro wnijkars. restore, curl and beautify ths-'bair: renew uie age, cure oruuKenness, nervous aeou- ; and other usetal ana raiaaoie lnisrraauen. errbodv send for it. Address BERGER. 8HTJTT3 4 CO.. Chemist. 2S5 River street, Troy. N. Y7 desB-wIm FOR 1EASE. 100 ACRE3 0F.T.AXD, ABOUT TWO miles from the rltv. is well adaoted to Garden purposes, or for Pasturage, and will Us rented for term ef years, at s reasonable price. Also, That valuable aiwlblrhty improved farm known as " FAI&VIEW.'' 3 miles from this city.rituated on the LouisTflle and NashvllU JUllroad and GaUa&i Turnpike, esnulntng over 1 .200 acres, and Is ono of the finest plactt la the Stat. For terms, etc., applf to Jasl7-2w UiV- W. SHIELDS- Insolvent ffoticc. I HAVING SUGOESTltD THE INSOL Vsney. ol the state of JEriOon Oardeer, de cesaed, notice it hereby given fcr all persons hart eg claims against said deceased Itofile-them, Ucsily asUinUssted. with tbe Clerk, of the County Court ef Hickman osemtyf Tennessee, onorieleretba 1st day ef May r. Sit, la rr thsAsdlrwen pre rata wr r they wfll Uferevsr $vJ. 1. Eistrr, A tiers ry.-" Jw-arr tts.lrth. ISeT. Javst r ED. MLER?,& 00., WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, DEALER IN tobaccos,and ciGARS.jMar in e and Fir e DYE-STUFFS, P on con as? AND GLASS WA-R'E: yE ITAVK.RE3IOVEDTO OlIt IEV And Spacious Warehouse; Marble Front? Nortli Side of Main street,, NEARLY OPPOSITE LOUISVILLE nOTEL, ONE POOR BELOW THS CORKER OP SIXTH, Where we have opened an entirely new stoelc of Goods, and will offer to the trade, together with DETOS AM MEDICINES, A varied assortment of Druggists' Fancy Goods. Inquorg Cigars, and 'Tobtacco, Comprising the most complete assortment in one house in this country. AH of whieh wo shall offer at manufacturers', endless than manu ueturers' rriees. mar31 dly LEA & PEERING CELEBRAIED WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE. PRONOUNCED EXTRACr BT of a Letter from a JV.EDICAL GEN TLEMAN at Mad ras, to his brother CONNOISI'.riW at Mr ORORSriiR, Jfnr. 1851. TO BK TUK "Tell I.Pa .r P.i-. "ONLY GOOD SADCFfeSSlrlM that .their and applicable to Every Variety is highly esteemed in India, and is, in my opinion, ths most palatable as well as the most wholesome Sacck nisir inaiismaue," The succs.13 or this most delicious and unrivaled condiment having caused many unprincipled dealers ' to apply tho name to SrCRioca Con pounds, tho PUBLIC is respectfully and ear kestit requested to see that tho names of LEA & PERKINS are upon the WRAPPER. LABEL. STOPPER and BOTTLE. .Manufactured by LEA i PERRINS. Worceste-. JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS. New York, Agents for the United States. octlS lyins OEO. H. REID. W. H. CIIADBOCXN. J. T. BROW.V. SEID, CHADBOTTRN & CO., (Successors to French A- Co.,) Cotton and Tobacco Faelorn, T AND General Commission Merchants, Comer ofClnrlte nnd Front Streets, jo7-ly NASHVILLE. T. Picalan. Geo. S. Koprr O. P. Kent PMKARD, ROPER & REST, GENERAL Commission Merchants, 100 Conunctrclol Street, cor. Walnut, -n T . LOCI A 'LL 'BUSINESS KSTR03THD Ttl'bcRCIlK . promptly attended to. REFEHEKCES : First National Bank, NashTilla. Wing, Tobey i Co., Bankers. Kashtllle. iJeo. F. Cose, Esq., prc.prietor St. Cloud Ilutel, NashTille. sep23-ly BELLOWS FACTORY, . T AM PREPARED WITH A LARGE STOCK 1 of BELLOWS', ofallsiies. for the market, all warranted perfect. They will be found with all of the Hardwaro Merchants of Nashville. Customers from abroad will be supplied by ad ilriuainr mn tW.nch the PuHloffice at Nashville. I promuo perfect satisfaction in the work, or to. be return eu tor exenauge, m my coji iot vua portatjon. N- BROWN. dea23-3m SLATES!! ENLISTED IN THE IT. S. AEMY! LOYAL OWNERS In Tennessee nro Entitled to 300 DOXXARS Eneli, for nil Slaves 3Instered Jntntlio MUltnry Service. ABOARD HAS BEEN RECENTLY Ap pointed by the Secretary of War to exam ine and report to Washington upon claims of this charaetei. Tho President ef this Board, is in Nashville, and hna fitted up an office The other members of tbo Board are expected this week and the business will commence at once. Wo have organizod a Branch Office, in this city, for the purpose of prosecuting this particu lar class of claims. Our House has been en gaged for the past two months in preparing and prosecuting these claims before the Missouri and Kentucky Commissioners, and is familiar with all tho rules; and decisions thoro made, as well as the most recent rulings of tho Secretary War on thesubjoet. . We, therefore, offer our services to Attorneys, Agents, and Claimants, throughout the State, believing we enjoy unusual facilities for serving them. 'J. heso claims will bo examined first by the Beard, but final action jmrylnly be taken by the phfje? DopnrtmentfatWwBltfrMnit 4 p Our purpsfe is to attend persenaJlf bets.ro the Board tn Tennessee, tho better t enableru to serve clients at Washington. We destre one or more correspondents in each county, with whom we will divldo fees. And we will furnish to them all needed blanks and printed instructions, and keep them fully in formed from time to time vf the action of the Jiotrd. We furnish individual claimants, blanks and full instructions to enable them to prepare their claims- . Our Washington House has already a large correspondence in the State, but to satisfy those who may not know us with regard to our lc tegrity and business capaeity.we gives few of our Louisville and Nashville references, who are all widely known in both Kentnaky and Tennessee. CUIP.MAN. HOSMER & GO. No. -1 Colonnade Bsildlngs, Nashville, Tennessee. Louisville References. J. II. Lisderiberger. Cashier Merchants' Bank of Kentucky: Geo. A. Lewis. President First Nashville Bank: Col. L. T. Thostin, Secretary Southern Mutual Llfo In surance. Company-, Jos. T. Tompkins. Wholesale Merchant Newoomb, Buchanan fc Co.. Whole sale Merchants; IU Q. Dun & Co., Proprietors Mercantile Agency; Gen. Richard W. Johnson. Nashville References. Thomas B. Sample. Cashier Traders' Bank of Tennessee: A. (I. hen ford. President First National Bank: J. C. Mr Crory. Cashier First National Bank; Adams. Gib son A Co., Wholesale Merchants: Hon. H. H. ll&rruon. tTnited States Di.-trict Attorney. S. i'resident ISank or iennessee: wing. .Bankers; Cob h. P. i erry, I nited mi8ionerMtiAHoway, Ks). m jB1m. " ' A A. "-jemr t l0?0"OE S sv 1 If srsm" ' t O F C II O l MfWlfe TennasseeT5a1ffl vrilliln Reveii Mileitj, ut XHiIivIlle. rpHE .UNI)ERiaNED OFrE&S FOR HALK 1 i;ooo rrsVthe TV WXslM 6b whW) be resides. It Is susceptible of eenvesstsnt divi si on. is exceedlagly rich, and is ipinlly nlnptcd to ClnuMes. One-half or fBS tract is now In luxuriant Knm. the balance in timber, which, by the aid tf tho Noswestem Railroad, which passes tbtongblt. ewfi be sold in Nash ville for more tfen the whole land wU sost. If you desire one of the lxsst Stock Harm ever offered for tie in Daridssa oonsAy, anly at on re, I am determined to sell- a. osier, atso, a large unaoer flrui nonJItion to be trained the next seasoa If the Stallions are not sold xc, they win he ftrmed ob favorable terms. I also offer for sat a pair of Tliororjgu bred Geldings, Wkll "wiatehni sfHd troke to Harness. W. O. UARDHNO. December 6, lS66.-tf Tiejijvi)ttfeurifcr. Angnsln CsaStita Usu al is t. Mobile Adrertiser and Registsr, copr t thesmoimt r.f t30and forward bills to this Oti-a, UNION BANK NOTFaS. ACCORD ANDE WITH AN ACT OF THE tsiature si leaaessje, pasted uttqtibv 5SS. re titled an ast "To cxpetfile ike en of tbv eStttl of Bssjes. whtsh h&rs or Tear make sssirBzeeBts smenrttstrexedltBts.'' nesiee Is he tbj ffvec to the holders of (he notes of Tar Us roif BtTX ay Tcxxusez to S)e tbeas with the nd-rsjped. st ths Bank in NossriUe, between sw mw the 1st day sfJaanary. etfh teen handrM and eiity-Mae, 125 snd taeetrs eertiSsates therefor, er they wtB. W inrevsr herefor, K thej any rrrvrlPi ae certf&entss n barred frem any rsxnepntin in tks assss of the Kink. Tl wlli bn rMsnvaslAT r payment flh-t lajaaent r uents dtfe BsnkTwinth red befsre Sr" after Use Itf-'Sr JIwi. er tendered befsre arr. . JOE- n: ALLJrJf, &4 1 SKK'Jsl Kill mm YiaUsa, i w'o e. ; THE TENNESSEE t lNStIRANCIPv"COMFANT, Under the new barter. i now open for b AT NO. ' 3i 'NORTH' '"COLLEGE "iSTRJk . Next deer to osraer of Union street. JOSEPH V. ALIXN, President. A. TV. B17TLER, Secretary. DIRECTORS. John M. HIM. Watson M. Cooke. - C. A. R. Thompson, D. Weaver. Daniel F. Carter, John B. Johnson, Samuel Vanleer, John W. Tsrraas. R. B. Cheatham. A. G. Adams. Josepn W. Allen. deot ly PARTI CUXi AR XOTICE. MYERS & HUNT, CARRIAGE MAKERS, DESIRE TO RETURN THANKS TO THEIR patrons for tho liberal support heretofore extended tn them, and Btate to the public gen erally that in order to have greater facilities for supplying Uie Inorcnscd DomaiitV far their work, they are fitting up In mgnifieen style the large and commodious two story building. No. 76 jNorfh IMarket' Streetj One door north of their present stead, fer a Carriage Factory and Sales Rooms, Where they will be better prepared than ever to keep up their reputation for making first-class work. Entrance to ilepnirlnjr Sliopff will be the Same hh Heretofore. Asplendid assortment of Carriage work always on hand at the lowest figures. We will continue at our old stand unti our new Factory is fitted up. decl-tf aiTEItS fc HUNT. Important to Travelers and Shippers BETWEEN 1aOFISVIX!E aio THE EAST THK ATLANTIC1 AND GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY (broad qauoe) Is now in full and successful opqrtion, From, Cinemnati to Neu York Boston, And is the only direct route to the OH Regions of Pennsylvania. Connections are made with Jefferaonvllle nnd Ohio and Mississippi Railroad, via Seymour, Jcffersonville and Indianapolis and Col. Rrailroad, via Urbsna; Louisville and' Lex ington and Kentucky Central Railroad, via Cin cinnati ; V. S. Mail Line Steamers via CinclnnatL Passengers by the Broad Gauge Railway secure wuio ana comtortame cars, quick lime, and sure connections. Throurh Tickets and Baggage Cheeks can be procured at all the principal Railroad and Stoam- boai otneers tu iioatsville ana the Son th. D. McLAREN. Uenl Sup't. K. F. FULLER. Gen'I Ticket Airent. I. D. Colr, Passenger Agent, 1 No. 25 Fourth street hh.wjllikr, irreigniAg'nt.) Liouisvtlle, Ky. morll lr JAS. T. rACR. W. D.LA.VRSDER, WVB.JTA R of Virginia. of Tennessee. efAlab Face, jLavenrler & Harper. Cotton and Tobacco Factors. General Commission Merchants, No. BO fnlnn Street, NEW ORLEANS, LA sepj am ' ix. w. lewis, n. w. comsooRE, of Arkansas. Kentucky. 8. . WEST. Kentueky Lewis, Comingore & West, COTTON FACTORS AND GENERAL Commission Merchants, NO 31 PERDIDO STREET, (FACTORS' ROW.) NEW ORLEANS And No. 3 West Third street, OINCINNATf Mt3-12m J. LUMSDEN & CO., HA.M7FACTPREB3 JLJTD DEALERS IX HIDES, OILS, LEATHER, Findings, Curriers' Tools, No. O 80UTH .MARKET STREET, No. WASirtTLIJE, TENNESSEE. JulyJn-tf HYGIENIC WINE, THE GREAT IMPORTED TONIC, IP SEDBYTHE BEST FAMILIES THROUGH- OUt EnrODo: aonraved hv thn Tmnnrinl O I. 1 r , , . it.' ti ' . i ii . i . Dcuwj ua iiicuimae, x onseuaorseoDy me promi nent members of the American Medinal Auuili. tion, at their convention, held in Baltimore, May 1st, 18C6. CONTAINS NO SPIRITS OF ANT KIND, aVd THERSrORC NOT INTOXICATING IN THE LEAST. admits in its composition only TnmM, A ao vatic anu rKBRiiraEsuDstances. Ladies will find it a delicious subsdlate for the various tomes wh leu have an alesTsflstwily. 9IVSCAT I'ERLE Is a rare Wiue of west delightful flavor. It is the PURE JWICB OF A MOOT DKLICIOUB GRAPE. It surpasses in exeetlenee any table wine in the country. I sea in Europe for saem mental purposes. Church people are isvited ts inquire "iiu u. These Wines are sold by all dnsfgists. 12 60 par bottle, (sm size. KWTNtl k PENDLETON, sepli Agents. Nashville FAIRBANKS' ''STANDARD . ' OP ALnV KINOS, Cotton Beams and Frames, Cotton,Hay and Rag Presses, Warehouse Trucks, Baggage Barlows, COPyiNG PRESSES, FAIRBANKS, MORSE & CO. ' lfl Walnut, street, ' CINCINNATI , CUSTOM" HOUSE SALOON AND RESTAURANT Old lTo. 41 ITew No. 88 Cknrck St, (Opposite Overton HenssJ J. P. DUGON, Proprietor, WOULD RESPECTFULLY IN POEM HIS friend and she pa bite tbst, hiring refitted and fsraiebed this fovente place, he ts prepared te offer a Bill of Pars wrWsed by none in Lbs nity. Ofster. Fh sad Saeae constantly en hand, and served up at all hours on the shortest notlee. Having une of the best Cooks in the tb.hesangusjiintMSsisssetion. Puputhed Rnoms with Board if desired. deesi-Jia Dissolution of Partnership. Mrtnfli eifcioiVernefc T. J. Bryan and Cheriea Bryan, nsder the style sf.Bsyas A Sro., wm tkH dsr dlasnlf The .Mstoent will Isw s9ti. wsu sttxnwUi ine XssMik,Xw.l.lM. red r miiewai eensens. tBTebl SQUTHERHMUSICHDUSE A Jas. A. McOliire, 3 Union Street, MUSIC PUBLISHER And VhoIesole and Retail D osier in riAXOS, OJB.GJ.XS A XJL MUSICAJ, atERGHAXDISE GENERALLY. A FULL SUPPLY CONSTANTLY ON HANL of Pianos, from the world-rCnswned makers Al.inVflV .4- Km . t T7 1 1 C. -l...t- Sohmiat. and A. II. Gale 4 Os. Together witk omer mas era 01 note, at prtsec, same as ew iork,from$SWto SI.C00. Carnhart. Needham A Ca and Ueo. A. Prince's cejebrated Organs, and MeJodens. sokt at I actsry Price, with Ml war rantee Mine being the oldest and largest Music House in uie niunirr. nurenasem ran t mn tmd tan largest stock to seleet rom. Orders filled with promptness, and saUifoetioe gsaranteed. is. H. Mr. S. HAHN, tbe weH-kcown Onan nn,l HI... 1,n.. A.t T J : 1 mm.. - .auu Alula, .ilu UUfUHt , m CHSiSW BJT me. Repairing of all kinds of Musical Instru ments, done at my house, at reasonable rates. ecuH n IVASITYITaT.E Insuiance Agency, FARNSW0ETH & CLARK faxwell House, Cherry. Street. Hartford Insuranee Co., Cash Aset $1,672,150 Arctic Insnrance Company OP NEW Tosr, Gush Afwets. $25,000 00 North American Inurance Co. or sew Your, Cash Assets $751,(168 57 Columbia Insurance Co. OP KEW tore Cswh Capital $300,000 00 Continental Insurance Co. or .new torcJ Cash Assets $l,0Oi,6Sl 60 Security Insurance Company or xsw venx. Cash Assets 51,&13,9W 02 Northwestern Iilfc Insurance Company, Cash Asset ..$1,250,000 W r OSSBS PROMPTLY ADJUSTED AND JU paid at this office. Marine and fire Hbkf an ciowes accept eu at rates grauuaien i utsw aril involved. We offer a medium of safe and available fe-ilomniU- seoend to none. J-r-ife-policies at LOWEST RATES with no rostrKtiun as to travel or wmmie. nov.6-tf. CUT STONE. HASLAM BROTHERS, JetTerson, St., North Nashrlllc ARE PREPARED TO TAKK CONTKACTS foe all work In their line at the foHewtng named pnees : Far nibbed or dravo Rlllji or Stein nar su perficial font .. 81 SH For bush hammered work, ds . I OO For Flagging, do 75 For Curbing per running foot I OO vl6 3m FOE OHILLS AND FEVER XJso th.o XScut: ITIJBIaEY'S ague tonic Never Falls Always to be Depended Upon- Aominc more renaoie tsan uurieys lonks. "IT TILL cure Azue and Fevor. Chillg arid fcrer. in who lias tried Hurley's Tonic speaks in tbe highest terms or it. as a curative agent It is unsurpassed and mors certain" than quinine. No bad results from using HURLEY'S TQNIO. Everybody should use HULEY'3 AGUE TONIC. Send orders to HURLEY. Rl'DDDLE k CO.. Proprietors. Louisville. Ky. Hurley's Stomach niftcr. For Debility, Loss of Appetito, Weakness, Indr- geauon or ujspepsia, wont oi aotion on tno Liver, Disordered Stomach, there aro no bitters that compare with these in removing these distressing complaints, f or sale or can be bad at any Drug Store in tho United States, or from the propria tors, Louisville, Ky., corner Seventh arid Green streets, te wnem an orders snoald be addressed. ITiirlcy'ri Narsapurllln. The great Blood Purifier, as n Spring and Sum mer ModleiBo stands unrivaled, ratsnvaa all im. purities Jrsu the blood, and gives heoMh and strength ta taoyneui. HURLEY', RUDDLE k CO.. Proprietors Hurley's Popular VTorni Candy, As this is really a Speeifie for Werms, and she best and most pala e form ts give te ebUdrea, it la not surprising at it is fast taking the place of all otherpreparatlocs for worms It being taste less, any ennu win iuks it. Oriental Pearl Drops, For Beautifying tho Complexion, eJjfrnlnslly re. moves Tan, Freckles, iilotehe. and sjrvfnr&e skin an elegant smoothness not easAy attained by . nth.. I U .m.n.ll. l.ttn " - Y. t 'J the East, gives it a character mr eScaey which m uun nasipo h. sb UiBBKesy HDsnr lor ssia 1U11C1. Ui UMAX. Ink I Ink I Ink 1 Seaton's Chemical Writing Fluid is beromkir world-renowned for Its superior auahHy. Having oeen inirouueea onir aooat stxTeass, Unas be come the price! pal tn nie with those who want a fine, free flowing iak, nnd for its permaBensr it H deetdedly the best ink fer reeerds that ssn be used. For counting houses, banks or sshoois. it is uneaalled. and noeds only tu be tried ts be ap praveu. j; or aaie oy urnggms and Alercnsnt everywhere. HURLEY, RUDDLE 4 CO.. Prowissnrs. Corner Seventh and Green streeiSL Louwrlile, Kentoekr rar mi y Ajerry, uemovuie X iTliarie Harwell; Lltterer k Cabler. PaHiass x la ugh; Blood A Gregory, Nashrfltee and I Druggists. iwnel3-fyd NOTICK. XrOTICKIS HEREBY OIVRN. THAT A 1 Cossnnssten appointed by antftorUy ef Art of Ossgress, ta pass a son kh CMssm ss loyal petsens, fer enmpensnUon fer Usssirstovsa, vrtso wereenMedwdraAWtntstne rsrflsd eSMes anay, wiildn the JteU ef Tennessee, is nswr tn session in Nashvlns, snd prepared to rereive all sues elate, at the rema nf h Ceessnfcnton. No. SSH Colonnade gaining, Cbrijr sereei. U. 8. Comasiian tut State of Tenansses fasfevnte, Tennessee. deeSv-wtf . B. BROWN. fiWX Y. BROITy, Late Ospt.AA. (J. CbWCTeHr s). M. S. B. BJLiaWlNr & SON AGENTS FOJt TnE COLLECTION OP CLAIMS No. 115 Church Street, iSecond FW.) P. O. BOX W NASHVILLK. TKN rtLALM&AWK BOl KTY, BAtNC PAT. PKX IIORSIIS AN3 3LIII.BS ttiedb? C)t eli'LoiiTlsss' -f Wef! snd EeitnpssssU of Officetn snd SssUinrs AnfJ.fi. Sorrion. srceTO pmsptly attended to. Rjeeent asfs ef Csnsress bass hssrsued the Benntlef and Pentinss due wrttKers er t&ssr lesnd heirs. In eertaia aium. ni ntiMrf J . dlers -and their htiri en (4s sasae- fiMSSstr as wfifls. OsTTSfPSnilenU desired in nM norism tkm eoBntry. Bns4Bej.3nt m br BiiallwiU iWive aa mmpt ttlon,w iCnatdedas fapeSon. Oer enVges wOt U reessnaMs. of Nashville; and oio'cert generally f tse lale veAUBieer army. BovA'.lai SALK. ON Tt-N YEARS CRfDlTfl! A pXsIRABLE CuI'MTKY SEAT b XX MHw acre T uo Uttnt. lbs yards frosa Brstul Mr-, ent ended. re f sm4 UmhL ntr bua-lrad raw ii pesveuicsK sensisssif a Besislincei serrsi waJTands ad isass i S1 nt. ef tfce nr sl. This ts tbSBiippM tb ieia jnfiocTer i . JQMSaOJt Jt a KeriKBacss Dm. lie. H. Thesnas. li 8. A.: Gov. Wm. 8. BrowHtow : HB. A. J. one af need nasnel KKtJOJS HUGH McOREA & CO., scccnsMnie A. HASIIXsTON & CO.. Cotton and Tobaooo Factors, STORAGE, FORWARDDfG aVND (X)MItSSIOf Market Street, - - - IVashvllIe. riMIK UNDBRAU6KKD HAVINfl TAJTKV A?$ JZ. Warefcense. will purshase and ff"1"1- ooa-. sob, Lird, er any other " BMsessn. fiaaters fovoriag us with their bnsUess may isly en settlor the hleh esi raarKei price tor taeir Predsee. Our charges will be asw as any hsnse in ths oity. ghiuld T. m v . ytuOT lorurocenes. wL?,1! lDIlD$l-0$'l Parehased at the Tr.r.rT?-- w l nttenuon pess nay relr on having their goods forwarded Q artttraiB rr Kah fta tk.i. iral nnrAHAiaits a j "TT (HSV. V4SS7AA Ul ohl bosks ef Hons McCn i Co. cai ti fuonl jarK Mrec, wnere tho IWlng At-1 snare of public patronage, we su: isjtlS ' " HCOH McCRKA A TO A CARD. We respcetniWr hilrmliui, ta m. oLI frin. onr Sttneasers in bnstnese. Bmt MbCrra A Co, whs senUnue the Oiimsnisessn bnsiness at our stand. Nn. 33 South Market Steset, Our wn 0ee I No. 23 Cnstaea Skrrt rh.rn we bene all parties whs are indebted to us will nt ene sail and pay their aeesuatt now due. and all parties who have any etatras asalast us wiU rra seat them fcr payment, as we wlsn te elote up our bustaoss at sn esrly ebty. ,sani-iy A. HAMILTON A CO. CHANCERY SALES FOR Saturday, February 2, 1887, Susan B. Kubank, Ailm'rx, vn Mirv Vrifht and nth era. TN I'URUUANCK OF DRCRKSS OF Till .1 Cnsncesy Csnit at Kssiivl In above na:n:J esse, I wiH sell at the Conrt ITsnse, on Snturdnr. Fcbrunry S, A trait ef 98 acres, lyinsr a beat seven sailes fr rr. Nashville, on the Diekersen Turnpike, f u? chased by John L Knbank. sw deceased, t ' ri. Wm. If. Jenkins. AL?0, a trast of alMtut 77 acres of UnJ w . . a distillery and all necessary apparatus, pur ebfd from Geo. W. Walker. TEKMS OF SALE-Credvts of sic and twe,v rasnibx. with interest irnsnday of sale N .'e reqnlretl with persons! security, and lien -c talned. Sale free ftosji redeapjMa. MOrrTON I. 1TOWKLL. C. and M JsnlS-td R. M. Bnlnh et als. w. Jo. C. Newnn et ant. TN PU9UANCK OF A DMCitSE OF THr -- Ctianeery Cnwt at NaehrlBe. rendered i the above Hunted came, at the Nnsssner Term It, I will sell st the Conrt tbsnse at Ni . villf. on Sattirdny, Febrnnry 2. Ja87. lAt No. 15, in Belch A WMteeide's Addi u . n t Nanhville. fronHng on Water or Fr nt tree. Wt fltst. snd rtwsdsst bask to an idley The t will be divided to ssnt nnrenssers. TBRn -fiii, twelve and eighteen m...n'l rredk; Afstesreanired with approved security r,ea 'Ife.olmiS janl2-td EHianetk S. Hawkins and iieH v. ir L. MoiAce, Aiiw'r, nnd others. TN PUHSUANC8 OP DKCiUtlB OF TIU -- Chancery Court in tfeit esse. I Osnrt Uoase at Nashville, on lease, twin sell n' I'aj Saturtlny. Febrnnry 8, 1S87, The remaindor interest, alter the life esUts . Mrs. Elizabeth Sigler, ia thn House and L.t.a Histi streeC next nostn st e nteen or nouus hnUtby John Mfter, and now oeenpitd bv Mr T. W. Barnes. Tke Jot lrenvt as test street, and rent basic to the alter. TERMS OrSALB-CTedit of air and twelrj isonthA with interest, fir am date. Notes with cer sonal security required, and lien retained. Sa o B. HOWBLL, C. and M JaBl2-M 3 H. CHWrHss, Jn, rs. Maria E. Crutcher aod ftthnra. TN PURSUANCE OF A DBCRBE OF THE 1 Chancery Court in this eaase, I will sell at the Court Hoasn st Nashrttls. os Kntnrflny, Febrnnry a, IM7, The cndivMul one-hsJhf ef a tract of land in Co 18th Civil DiHtnet of Davidson. rottnly,XMitLl ing about IS) acres, and bounded as follows Beginning at a stake near tbe sontnwest corner of a tract of land now owned and occupied by A V. 3. Liadsliiy as a rk(eaee. running then oast aixl wkli the uth bonndAtr Has i f aauI tract of Llmlsley 68 pole-i, to a stake, tbca-o north 42 polei. to a stake awl corner of a tract ct kind heretofore convened br Z, II. Childrtvti. Sr.. to Mary A. Cbsdwell : thence (st 130 poles, to a stake: tlerx-ossnth MS pstsS.to a stake! 3 the north boindary of a trast ef bind owned r Mrs. PogAley : thence sooth ST dog. west a. i with said beadary Use ef Mrs. Pageley (-. poles, to a stake, thence south t$ dec. wei: asd still with the north boundary line 11 pedes, to a stake, the northwest earner of the Pugstey tract, and in the east boundary litis of a tract ' i land owned br Nlcbolas ilobsi-n; thence nor b. and with said esst beuadwy line f Uobion A pole, to the beginning. . . TBkMS-Crd!ts of 6, 13. 18 and 31 mocl'u: NoIm wltli rood oorsonal seenity. sad lien re tained. Salelvee rrnss tV tight f ledeespU 310RTON B. HOW ILL, C. and M lanlZ-td &3rDR MoGILL'S Botanic Dispensary, (lrr m Dnlon Stre!, betwocts t ul lna nnd Cherry. XASnmLF. TTNY, fO THR TKsVATXlWT ( owtiotvto ttstca.si:h, Prirnte Jilnonnm, antl DISEASRSOP WO M K N. - FATIENTS TRIilTEO AT Till IK IIO.MBM. OVKMK Ol'.t KNTERIS. - R. M'GILl -HTIS A ACTIONS Of THF. LI S i Msooses of 'be Tbroot, Cmnov. tlrsvet. I esses ef lbs Ifcsnrt oml Uver. InsUmat. .r, ' tUtA CilUWIenirttsWI- TO TIIK IaAIMKN. All AnVtion f the Womb treut 1 iv HTItKI I.ITY, Ladies whuos ashrsortsms it has been u,' ' kitws fcirti indem season, consensnlt m i lWj )JrSsAsW 99 sV JttsJSsMsV PR vatii iisi:.srs OfsUssPjinssKy ssjd Psssnsjnsy. r- . , NIIIT IC9IISMIO.V.H CTKEIS. DR. McOILL Is pevwmln the w ' IM ensea by Ms Slodioilud Vapor Baths Thnt have ever been pes termed in Shis canf Its cures Mssssiuttonsl Umm of .Tphl DeMn tared Syrtsms: t leers of the Thr.s' Mowtk: ail bis ess sj et the mrm. ennsed b. MriJrilto or Imiwsso stats of she ssesd: nil pa. ' f tbVb-, bjr M erenrr jtd aynbilki; KaW sou of tno Joints; iMBnc ont of the Hi Bll w etlms 1, tciofalsw usd NwraJsia- I a now ready to WARRAXTA CTRJE. All lettonsbosdd sdtrented to U. McOI 1 1 , Bx 7W. NnslrvtBe. Tens. jss i ly r m 31 O V A. I. DR. L. L. COLEMAN HASIXMOTVD rtUtX CHMtE? 4TI.F r I m 3o7uie aomor of Chrei and M lj aoK WiSejsjbsi e sit wnseydestre his cr pV.Tifessas Win conneotJanwIUhiAoS: -a neat snd siege nt Drag scots. eontaJslag a k. soloeted sloes; of DHUaS. XH99ICINI1S, I'ERI'VK t KV . fa:vct goods. And other triites usually tost In sc-h ts.t' IMmMnts, wUen no eeVsrs nt tss town wsasn no onvvt K sne mwsw take pleasure m warnsnr upon ah uuum ssmsuis. ?rmrriptins prasnptlr and scsnsaUl, luoded mi 1 ..iir. ds. -. AUii.VTH, va vnm For The Life, Lett, Speech, & US- AiJUJUNi5 . STEl HkN