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TWn aad Dispatch.
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Arrive atnaanTinc
KDOBPfBLl) AKI KKSTUCKY
Arrivo ft NahvHU at .-
Leave Kaahrltle at .-"
UBUBM0e.-4lev. J. II. Poorly f
North CArollna, vrill preach thw evening
at seven rfoleck, al the Awtopiate Reformed
Prewhylerian Churoh, iireiratorv to tlic
raintiiunion Bftrvicc on BaWth.
Another droveof nqM ped thrwh
Hie dty -efl-yftrferday, deMin! te.
Southem warket. They emnnnd very
high riew jnM at thia tlwe.
Nrw riorw. Mr. Merri-t. R wHler
f tite City OmmwH, dewgw, we larn, erect
ing three lar imiw hrkfchOMtflTin theeily
ilurinK th otwwlHg h! Minnier.
Cic ato ov OoKMHHOE-We are glad
lo see tkat tU ivrqwilo flhe Ohamlwof
( ummereeare wry rlatter5ng,and lhatoar
inst aettve wea are leeewlflfe jnteraMed in
( ibcOTt OftORT.-4?e very Important
cases were adjdicated in this court en yen
day of ifflWic lprtMce. K decWen.
in the caw referred to on yeMerday of Mrs.
Sheerer ra. Qreen and Ff t, hw yet been
made. . .
At THR Ht. Orarlh". Rev. Wenley
Wright, of Mon oownty, Kentueky, is at
the Rl Oharlea hotel. He h some rich
mineral apeeimei .f the renonrees of the
th. wMoii lie will take pleaasre in ex
hibiting t the dtboe of IWivHIo.
Itro BtwKD. Our stroote ad eraMings
were is bb iBioJeraWe rndlton on jes
tenlnv. Tl sodden welting of tliesnow
and thawing of the ground oreated a per
fectly liquid mtd that render! the streets
almost ImtMWMstMe and wWtlng every
petlewtriau ! the iiHpleoaantnew vf liemg
Wpattered by paesing voldcle.
MiJHCHAirre Dakk. Thbi Hank of
Mewra. leppard & Co, 4ec its recent
opening on Union street, ha made an
anspiriow beginninf. It w, we learn, doing
Mchiy epellnV(Ja JiI'hI lieUi., and
nothine lwt tmctem ewtW be exjerlel of
the in4ltlMtn '
1-AHT Klltlem. AV w several darkies
ndinpdown ('berry Mreet and driving
aonte loow stock before theu at a fnrio
rale They seemed iwlifftrent as to the
ped they were gog or the safety uflbo
on the Mreet they were aering. Hus
hWtaOylnijrlisbl lestoped
at once. ' ' ' '
( HiMtvii. Court. In this court w
yeMenlaf IbArS wVrcfve Wisest tif pling.
, t og al eta : five by mth rs.; five caw
, t mMfneMM t Ami-, fete cas nf lar-
nr. wokV rms, -oe ce of . obtaining
mwIm- kWe nretoHceiL let oil at
NrxiKow at tmk Capitol. The sja
c ,oiw aMeM of tUe ojjHitol were liUrally
i,nrtretl vHtt negroes fm yeeteJOay ifler-
immhi ki boar the d'noutiosi on the franchise
1.111. After alnmwent tney inxireii
tl.ivtmbtbe luaHm'HoH
res like a MaflK OMW
lliWWVR' "T1 ''rr' ,,r,",k
the street. 1 m es.
Hetirv flflwafortl, diaonlerly ooHdCt.
tlf-hargeil. 1 ' ' - '
Vaah.Hbi, wfconferty owwlwet, db-
c halved.
Jamw JaokaOH, disorderly ofHKtart, $10
ind xt.
J. It. tWi, dl-rderlv eMttbtot, $10 ami
r.Ma.
A. l!HI,tMsrllerly eotMloct,- Htbrgel
Aiwrr tmk Wnakvni aV LaxwkT.
I)owhh riwbnWva4oK wbryes and
lawlings it Is dttti and gloomy enough
Navigatioh baa bwg Won sitpntded by
the rivers beiatt locked Hp wftb iee, that
the wfetstieof Wt alWMst beodtoe
tmnf sotHM, while (4av ot the
ordinary sotfritf boMi tb- tandrnga, there
is !iH4e seen but Ndd. and an oaaasianal
passing vehicle. Wc twnt the 1mw aod
cooseoe opening of te rirsr will aoon
revive the waUl Hfr ind btis in ihes
lrvcalitiea.
. T)t,vMHin ..Till
"7 . 4 ' .
large tmi mOmmr isnproreosonts in pro-
cess of HBPn o litfc 0Wr f Qrrj
and Cedar reta, the alt of Ke IwrlWe
. i . rji 1
?r:17r -nZC ' X,
ITT.L.J;ZZ tk- ,f nt Khinr
very wi)Hittoi w wvj uuwni,
and rxcviiMCH Bone steadily rwn4.
Pxospacta ar that It wilt not be a area
wbHo kfec a foe Uook of new boiWtm
will attar tbat unfartMiatle locaitiy.
The 9erxr IIoi baa reeantty wa
dergooe consioVrabie Improremont OM the
first ioor, iM can new boatt 4 one ot the ;
larBeat and most erorit rrsdinjr rooms iu '
ihettAim fre Rlo-ifr note of
thtgdMBviakh t ain. 9Mtre -are
iU haWlMw6ft midst.
4Bjr bis mM libtrallr m brieUl &
tar, UHwidentKyinc bwwnlf wMk tko aom
Mn.u. fMtn wbJeh be took rnstota, asxi
daserv. their Oowldons mi , We
TT -Sriain da4ors. with a btrae
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Municipal.
CITV CXH-'NCIL.
Ttt Cotinoil Uef at sight sniLw&s oallod
to ortter bv President Cotton in the chair
Tlt revemse bill vu Uken up. The bill
M aaeodwl in several iwrticiilars, one of
wkick wan to strike out ten mhI inarrt five
ljfla tax on retail merehaBta.
After protractati ductMwan,o agreement
ujwn (he sevaral uimil i$mnU-
iigarrivtlat,luequastio4i wasilstWrwl.and
the CmiHcil went into the election of a
CoMneilmaHffriHH the ,6th wrd, aaued by
the roaignation of Mr. Garrek.
John W. Wibioa and Dr. C. A. R. Wil
son were iwt in nomination. The ballot
ing resulted in Wilson recefVTrjeiVfW
ao ur. i'tttuuBi six.
Mr. Wilson having received the largest
number of,vete cast, waa declared dulr
eiecieu ana was sworn in.
On motion of Mr. Read, the reran He bill
was again taken up. He also moved that
all merchants receiving cotton in their
More, forvale or otherwise, shall ' "nay a
tax of two hundred and fifty dollars." be
inserted a an aaaondment to the fourth
seHion of the revenne bill.
Mr. LoMveH-moved to strike idnt . th
wlwb; section. Motion lost. The section,
as amended, was then passed.
i tie remainder of the bill waa read by
seetions, and, after seme wliaht amend
ments, the bill was passed a 3 whole. Bv
Tote, the tmblioatton of the bilrwai de
ferred.
The various rejorls of the City .Surveyor
was reeeived.
The bill graduating the width of side
walks was received.
1 ne services ot John ioiigutirt were
continued on the Mayor's recommendation
1 ftc uiem1 street sewerawe bill was
amended by providing that the property
Moiders r7 half the expenses of the same.
ami that' the aewer start "tram th anntl.
atue 01 lienarsireet, insiean 01 ueauertcK. s
"Be it enacted by the Citv Council of
KasliTille, That a sewer be made on
Cherry street, from Cedar to Lye streets,
the mat thPrWif (n lu immhuI -aral mlloninil-i
oT (lie nronertv owners on both side nf
sawl Clierry street, aeeordihg to the pro
. s - . - -
visions of an aot of Hie General Assembly,
lwedFebrary 22d. 18f." IWei'third
reading in lieu of a bill oflered by the
Board of.Alderraen.
A WJI. exempting owhcm of one horse
cartt, or wagons, from tax, assed first
TH:
1 A inn taxing iMiyew who sell wiueff by
license. Raiectcd. , , "
A bill emiiloyinK the tliird cterk of the
markethouse to take okeree of the scales .it
,. . V . ;.
jicr month, i'assetl third reading.
A bill.MawiriiHr rtHmew for. railroads I.
otcM r
Isied.
A bill
reguianng gtw lights, etc., laid
.1 ........ 1
over.
A bill allowing the l'livsician of the
Workhowe $160 for estra sorvtcos last
year, Jokl ever.
A bill puttlDK the Ijebatwn nikc in srood
ooaditlofi from Line street to the cornera-l
link T 1 - 1! If
i mini x wu eeeuuuiciK reumiiK.
After seme further business of minor im
portance the Council adjourned.
Fhom Obion Oouktt. We loarn frem
eitizeiw, from the ounty of Obion, that
there k great oxoitenient in that region.
and the people are in continual turmoil
and diHturbanee. In several loenlitiea
niHiibers of the citizens ere in fear of their
ivc. Frank Farrle. the man who killed
Senator Oaae, in Mill in the county. lie
scat word to the alieriff a few days ago to
limit; aim ioku iiim, uiai lie was prepared
for emergencies. There is no prospect of
an immediate elope of those trouble.
r" 1
1'wom SIaiwhai.1. CeiiXTV. We con-
vered lat night with several gentlemen
frem Marxhall County. They represent
that the people are all quiet and indus-
noiwly engaged in their aeeuMomed avo
cation. The wheat protpects are fine, an
excellent atandjiaving been secured whioh
has net hetm injured by the recent celd
weather.
A HrjsitY Countv Landi.oiu) in Town.
Dr. White, proprietor of that excellent
lwtel, the " White House," at Paris, Ten
nessee, is at present in the city. He looks
to be in the best of health and spirits. He
lares aumputoutiy at home as do all ins
guests.
Work on Strkkt Railkoad. Hands
weie busily at work yesterday, notwith-
tanding the muddy streets, upon the
Sprue' Street Railroad on Church street,
between Summer and High streets. This
road will, wc learn, be pushed vigorously
fferwanl to completion
Ik a Bab Fix. The alley between Vino
and High atreote, running through from
CliHrch street to Oetlar, is in very bad fir,
as is, alao, the eroas alley betraen Cedar
and Union streets. They are full of filth
and mud and refuse decaying matter. Just
is the weather will permit, we
hope to see a generrl cleaning out fall the
alleys of the city, before their noxious ef
fluvia lireeos disease and pestilence.
nn: oiisr.nvir.s or uov. iikniiy
W. AI.I.F.N.
FroHi the New Orleam BaHetin. 27th.
The fnneml of (he kmented Allen, which
took place yesterday, was one of (he most
itttt34HKHtaclart ever witnessed Tew
jOrleaiiR. The body, inclosed in a riohly
. . . ak '
ornamented, metallic ooee deeoraletl most
tastefully with tlowers, was carried to Christ
Church, where most of the grand and nu-jH-essive
ceremonies of the Episcopal
Church for the burial of the dead wereper-
formed. The church was croivded by a
most orderly, respectable awl tymmthetic
aml'ianee. The Rl. Rev. Bishop Wilmer
i4ficiatrti, assHled by Rev. Dr. Wheat, Rev.
Dr. JiMisRa, llcv. Mr. Le and Itey. Mr.
Mticknev. The procession wa8 formed on
Canal street, and was one of the largest
ever seen in this city. The ladies, as at the
funeral of (Jen. Alliort bidncv Johnston.
took the load, and followed the remains of
the honored dead to the Lafayette Ceme
tery Iv. 2. where the remaining portion of
the burial service was performed. Alto
gether It was a most fitting tribute to onenf
LotUMamvfl most gallant, omyalric antl
trifled sons. There was m sound of hands
nrayinp mneral marches no mnmed
dmiMs ho (Msplar 01 crapet banttom: tmt
the oalm, subdued oxpression of respect for
the departoil that every moe wore, wiw tar
iwore lotKHiing awl element.
riiocitRNS .or tiik aaauchistn.
The M Mt-Sttrflmdmti renwiffc -true
to its vocation as the pioneer in the path
of anarch v. It leads, and the extremists
follow; it commands, and they bey. It
we the first lo sell for the removal of Pree
itlont Jbno, and the finst to raise the
howl aainst the Sonreme Court- Still it
is not satiefied. Under tbe heail, " The
Three Oligarebies," James Retlpath df
eiares that "it is time for another forward
movement;" "1st tbe bwgicsooml die charge
for a gnuni assanlt on the thre otniaeu
oHgarohiMtltatremoin." And what, think
von. are tbe "oHsrambles" in ouestion?
Aeeordinc to the writer in tlic Attdard
they are (It ihe regnlar army, (SI the Su
preme Com I, (3) the Senate of tbe United
States. Tbebret. Mr. Red pa lb stun, must
be abolished ; tbe scond rettmned by doing
away with the life-membership of the
Jodaes, and makinc them elective for a
term of vears tbe electors to be the whole
peotde, and not any delegated body. Con-
thint a ohaOiivkr. ami U.e
... a . f T "
, I x:m.m.-., v u-t auillim Hf It, 1 C MC ir
! o-ired to wait the next nomber of the
, -fl pooWhiM- lHsUe will
i Ummi be Mid the sole, asaj- be inferred
front Mr. RVatk's passing moark, that
"tbe most oHyniive of all onr olicarchical
institotions is the Senate of the United
i Sta." U it also to W swept away? We
snxioMalv await tb iwaiVd ABabuiebt,
There fc tiiwe eoootfi. HowerW. iw the
I Prsddswt is to be deposed, Ounswi Grant
imiiianw to private me, in raguiar army
abnlMud, and the Sopniae Cowri aade
a aiopsivt body all before upsetting tbe
TJntia4a Saswto. It ia tabdn tWI tbe
9tCa( Jil frf aMavYBhrl eTv l sKPS
Ax arcMUnt happened 'to Af1i-Iics
Mei--neenM weaody dorinc hor per-
ffarmance
at be Ofliote Tbea4r, Paris, in
tb iVaen de 3nm. Al tb asoaaent
wfcwi s4e is oamad over tb mawntatBs,
boantt, mfMsMfi, i m Dettc ot a
boraa. tbo animal in nuMag ttnt ascent
)( ite faasinc and Ml wrtk nor on tbe
tUtra. Ax 4tnn tmHwii strtb
sWw OsX sbe wa onbort, and M pa.
jbraaoJMc waa shortly resnwed.
MARRIED.
DANIHL-Dk GR0FFENRIED On the Mst
-ff.lwuary,nttheietdenee of the bride's futher.
Hi Williamson county, Mr. W. M- Daniel, of
Oiarksvltle. Tea., ami MU Margaret M. De
Groffeflried.
It ii the earnest wish of numerous friends that
the joys a4 pleasure f the wedding season
way neser b anned &issWoJ. Lut thatH
their life way be happy, "and their path fes-'
loaned with rbuieest flowers. I
J
I'
'noolcrt nnVl Rtfttoriery,
Wewamners and AfamaiiMw. for sale bv Jno.
York, 3S Union k. ' ' Man imf
SSOW NTOft.U.
A IHrly of (leutlenipii
I.OSI-A1I
thl City.
When found they were at Wiles's eatinir
eyters, where everybody goes to get some
thing good to eat and drink. Free lunch
from 10 lo 12 o'clock every day, Sundays
excepted. All are invited. No. 17 Cherry
street ateaman 1 loose.
TIIOS. WAIN. JOS. WALKER.
WAITS fc WALK ER
3ttaeenn to
WAIERFIBLD.i WALKER.
l f 1 U
i n
HATS, CAPS,
1
AND
LADIES' FlTKJi,
JiriLL OARRV ON THE BUSIHHS3 AT
II the old stand, nhere thev trill he nlemed
to meet all the old friend and a mnnr new
eaai a win ran on ibeai.
WAIW & WALKER,
janS-tt; 30 PUBLIC NftUAKE.
S. GOLLADAY
1
C i t V Shoe t o r e,
ftppoMto Cloud Hotel.)
So. 3, M nun ohm' Illoekj i'hnrch Street,
JASHVILLK. TI5KN.
D07-U
JUST EEGEIVED,
A I.nrfro nutl iniplelo AvNorlment
C A D H P Iff CC17T
U rtnULU J L Lli
From the well known houe of
DAVID I. AWDR'ETII at' "SOlVi
I II I L A D'R L P it I A ,
Qardenw nnl othera wantini? Jthera can rely
on ceiling
Genuine and
Fresh
Seed,
AT RBAS0NABLK PRICKS.
DFJIOYILLE & CO.,
DRUGGISTS,
cornhr oiiiiPiOii and:ohehrv sts.
Janl2-tf
DUI KIVEIt
MALE
I'aTRF I KII, TINS,
THE TRUSTBBB OF THIS AOADKMV.
'having entirely re-fitte4 the School Rooms,
rake pleasure in notifying the public that the
Prinoijml is prepared to receive nn additional
number of pupils for the ensuing year.
RATES OF TUITION.
Primary Cla, per mor.th Vi 0(1
Secondary Claw, (embracing the common
Bnlhh branches.) 3 00
Advanced Classes in Mathematics and the ,
Languages 00
A contingent fee will be chnrsed. sufficient to
par the incidental expenses of the school rooms.
Good Boarding can be procured in the neigh
borhood at from ten to twelve dollars per month.
One-balfof the tuition will be invariably ro
om red in advance. No one received for Icj
than a half term, and every one will be chnreed
for nt least that time, except in cases of pro
tracted illness.
The character the school has heretofore sus
tained, together with its healthful locality, and
the gool society of the surrounding country,
are sufficient inducement to all those interested
in educating their children or wards to extend a
liberal patronage.
Miring Term begins second juuiwUAi in
February For further particulars address
41. Li - iiiuiiuni,, nuuiuai,
or THOP. CI. MOSELKY. Sec'y
of Board ofTrustees.
Fairfield. Tenn.. Jon. 3f. lSC7.-jani!y-wU
FOR RENT.
rpilK BUILDING KNOWN A THE
1 Brewery, in North Nashville, on Jefferson
street, with a large lot nndilablw,
i;e lot and stabler),
JAMES W11ITW0RTH. Or.
F. It. (SlKATHAM.
deeST-tf
No. 87 North Cherry street.
1867., CLOTHING. 1867.
KEEP CONftTANTLY ON HAND ONE OF
the mro thuhuuuiiliV amjokiku ana
SUPKRB STOCKS of
CIO 1VHII G ,
FiirnlNhiiiK Goods,
Iffnls, Etc., Etc.,
To lt found In the city. Call awl examine.
1 oh will unii iliu juur iinri-c-i in uu so.
Elccnnt Ovcrcojits,
RimInc8H NnltH.
VERY CHEAP.
J. A. J. ROSE,
Etc.
No.lI PulUoSqnre,
NASHVILLE. TENN.
in3-lm
Dwelling House For Rent
On Union Street, ?
(Oppesite New Theatre
JOHN' UIRKMAN.
novflH-
afc i i
(To tlie tlrtllttiri of Jim.
A. McSIurry,
ieceairu.
Y
-0U ARK HMRMBY NOTIPIHD THAT BY
of the Chanoei? Cuurt at Nashville.
rendered on January 9Ws, Mat, all claim again.t
the estate ef -laWMl A. iMtwilurry. deeeaied.
inustbetileaTnlWtMMe at Mie merKand Mas-
ter on or betore ie i-ibt .iiusbat in afbm.
nv xt. sr tf-"JJIhe frever bfcrrfd.
.MUIVltr. i. iivii nuu, nnu .u.
jnll-lw oawtd
To the Creditor?, of Jnmes
lleDl
neensel.
A"0l AKK llMKHHY .Wi'lflHU 111 AT Bl
1 ,i.m nf Ike ChB4Mrv Court at Naxhvillit.
rMuleredan Jaaaanv Wh. 1867. alt elsirai againht
theetate-Of James L. Bell. tleeeall. must be
filed in tbe ece of tbe Clerk ami Master nn vr
hejare tae first M ox bat in Aran. KKiT,ortUy
wilQio.fareveriwn'alv . ..,,.
" MUllIUa II. HU K.LU. V.'. HN M.
Ji$rfMw-Wtd
Millersbiirg Foiiiale College.
nUIETWBHTYIX'BU SES8I0M OF THIS
lln4hatlo will open on MONDAY. Jaou
try 2 tat. IS, sod rentiotie tweatr weeks.
TaMin, 15, SB, aad 35 dllars. acordtag to aO-
fJrsbU. One half or the fees are msdhd , In
nJ-nn... a-1 tlie bftkscc at tie sad of ban the
sessb For fb ilas. fWty lo,
jodsVw-e4
LOST,
kN SATURDAY MORNING.
A POCKET-
J Book, oc CoUacc street.
betweso Loeast
rir.ee: and e r"rf5.
donar l4evMtr-Ve
coataiaieg. atghty-one
'win ia ifieubek. two
JiwstargM fron the army, and etber valuawe
nsaiiwi Tee bmw tom ie i" "
beet: at m owce sadteftAa Wft
BBar
immthA
iXTHECiRqnrrcorKTAT, cxxtt.e-
VILLE, TEXN
JfOYHMBBR TERM IM.
U A NixooTS. Wra. BtaekacU. and olbert.
T T APPEARING 1t TinrATISFACTIOK
JL ef r oMrt UiU YarwrM IHaakaeM. a aitUea
of T cum. S4akeil, a Oz at Wiseon
u tab. at ih. lAtikaM In tkis esuse. are non-
rwUta of ihii Sua of Tmsmwm, W that th
s ot law caeaot at servaa npea
ereiare.ardMad toat saWWatioB
l saJe in tbe 1mk add DiaTiTR. awaa-
sedMttiHi enr aj lor raur
MMaeaatve tor said dHMMSH w P
kt n.. nudaiiH im tlu. torn ! SeatrerHti
M(tk Moaalar la Jtstsnr aext, la8 ui there
r ff.Aa Mlxoa and amaHAdis eotby
1 tj(h
mmm aenum a am wauitni- w
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JanS-ltw
SPECIAL NOTICES.
onofanoCi'iconUhurcU
street. inthSMaxwel Ulwgqfo b4n.N, TOa
troet.naxtidof rethgTIar6ufiHSII. -febrtf
'V. npU
.I.o.lSS
W. K. WnrU'n Neiulnarr. for Youn r
;ruco street. The Spnne Ses
sion will open on MONDAY. Itie 11th of Feb-
' ruarr. Farenta iTWhiiHc thir .daughter tbor-
atuKhTy edneated are IriVited to cotiKder Ihe
; men" 01 taa n00' in Departments of Lite-
raBrf panwam PainMa4id Mu. ,)
jan31-lw
J I C
t.niulifr! Lumber! jl.timbor I 10,000 ;
feet Yellow Pine Flooriug for sale, eheap for
cash, by J. F. O'Shapobkbsst & Co..
Jan25-lw Opposite N. ic C. R. R. Depot.
r, ; r
Be Snre and go t Q. Rice & Ca,'t No. 59
College street, and get floods at and below Co.t,
as their business will he clniett' br the lsth tH
February. jan22-tf
To Mnrry or not to Marry ? Wht
Not ? Serions Reflcctlonsflr Young Men. in"
Eesays of the Howard Asseebtlen, on the Physi-
olo; tal Errors, Abuses and Diseases induced by
ignoronco of Nature's Law) In the first age of
man. Sent in scaled letter WiVelopc', free 'of
charge. Address, Dr. J. Scillix Houghtox,
Howard Asseeiatlont PhSbidclpHa, Pa4
jan. 15-3m "
Helllns? Ont at New York Cost.
4
To close business, we are positively closing'
out at Mew orkco.t prices our stock of Fine
flroceriei. Wines. Brandies, Havana apd Do
mestic Cigars. Pasdolpini Jt Riva,
JaolO 12 North Cherry street.
am- nm quality ot Uumberland Coal can
be had of P. B. Mason & Co.. No. 31 North
Cherry street, at ffi'SO per load of 17 bushels,
delivered in any part qf.the rity. JanlO-tf
ery Nuperlnr Cumberland round and
slack Coal fur sale cheap at 21 North Cherry
street. janNMf
Yellow Pine Flooring, at low prices, cor
ner of Crawford and North Summer sts. 1 tf
Building-Lumber of alHSimK corner Ji
Crawford and 2forth 5ummeratreeU. . tf
Ccilai Post, nntt
Fencing Lumber,
Nqrthffimer streets.
r- "Ctf
cornerof Crawford and
White Pine Flooring 'manufactured by
Knight Bro.'s, on Rolling Mill Kill, for sale at
reduced prices. Office, No. 49 Church street.
nov4
A Snre Pile Cttre.-J)n, (JiUBEnT's Pilk
Ikstbcmest positively cures the' worst cases of
piles. Sent by mail on receipt of $4. Circulars
free. Sold by Druggif ts, Agents wanted every
where. Address J. B. Rohaixe, Manager, No.
f7f Broadway, New York. novl" 3m
Wines I ! From the Lokowoeth Vineyard
and Wine House, Cincinnati.
W. P. i F. P. AirbfBsoif. Proprietors.
lOoIden WciIdiugSparUllne Cntawbn,
Dry Catawba, Isabella, etc. These Wines
are furnUhed at much lower rates than imported
aoodj. and for purity and boqoef are excelled yb
none either native or foreign.
Soldlby
Archkb Cheathau Si Co.
Kline & Suermak.
' i R. B. Cheathau &. Co.
nov2 3m ' ' '
Bachelor'a Hair Dye. This splendid
Hair Dye is the best in the world. The only
rue and perfect Dye Harmless, Reliable, In
stantaneous, No disappointment. Np ridicu
lous tints. Natural Black or Brown. Remedies
the ill effects of Hail Dyet. Invigorates th n hair,
leaving it soft? and beautiful. The genuine is
signed William A. Bdtchelori All others arol
mere imitations, and should be avoided. Sold
by all Druggbls and Perfumers. Factory 81
Barclay street. New York. dc2?-ly
Neasoned I'ojilar- Lumber,
corner
ftf
Crawford ond North Summer streets
Buy Tour Coal, the best quality Peacock,
atl North Cherry street $fi SO per load of 17
bushels, delivered. janlO-tf
Boots nnd Shoes Cheap at SO Public
Rqnare. In consequence of a contemplated
change in my business, I offer the best selection
of Boots nnd Shoes at greatly reduced prices.
Tho buyer be he a consumer or a merchant-
will surely profit by examining my stock of
goods before supplying himself, as I am quite in
earnest to give bargain. Max. L. Gdttuann,
sep6-tf No. 20 Public Squaro
To Consumptives. Tho Advertiser, hav
ing been restored to health in a few weeks, by a
very simple remedy, afterhaving suffered several
years with a severe lung affection, and that
dread disease, Consumption is anxious to make
known to his fellow-sufferers the means of cure.
To all whodesiro it, be will send asopy of the
prescription used, (frco of charge), With the di
rections for preparing and using the fame, which
they will find a SURG Cure FOIt CoxsDiirTiox,
A3THHA, Unoh'CBlTis, tc. The only object ot
tho advertiser in sending tho Proscription, is to
benefit tho afflicted, and spread information
which he conceives to bo invnlnablo: and hopes
every sufferer will try this remedy, as it will cost
them nothing, and may prove a blessing.
Parties wishing the prescription, will please
address Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON.
Williamsburg. Kings county. New York.
oet23-ly
H. A. HUNTINGTON,
. HAS REMOVED FROM
No. 14 Public Square,
TO
J
CHERRY
NO.
I
ST.,
(Opposite the Maxwell House.)
MEN'S AIVD BOYH'l;
FINE CL&TjHIy
.'fay i
iajo:
j . e . , t s 2 '
FURNISHING GOODS,
TRUNKS,
VAKISES,
BAGS, ETC.
A large assortment of
1 Fine Beaver Over-coats,
At very low prices.
H. A. HUNTINGTON,
declt-ly p 1 Pnbllc Spnnrc.
Wholesale Drug Store.
T7WIX FEXDLKrox, HA VINO SOLD
111 their retail stock at No, 1!) south side of the
Publto Square to Mr. II. vt . Hassloek. have re
moved to the Store formerly eeeupied by Ewin,
Pendleton & Co., No. 5 Inn Block, northeast
corner of the Public Square. . .
To their late retail owiomeis ana trtenasaney
would respectfully recommend Mr. Haslock as
a gentleman iavoraiiy Known as a uruggisi oi
this city, ana wortnr ol tneir paironago as a
bofinesai mau and rititen.
They have associated with tham in business
their former partner. WM. H. ItW'IN. and pro-
rose, under tuo firm ityle of Ewin, PendleUn
Cojto carry on a general WHOLHSALK DKUU
Blfel N liSS. as fermef ly .
They solicit tb iairenage ot inetr lormer
friends, and all others looking to Nashville as a
market in which to make their purehascs.
Mr. C Del'KE, who was formerly with Ewta.
Pendleton A Co a ad latterly with us. win
min in the hnose.a
johs u. twis Jn. t. rssotrrox. wit.
H. KWI
EWIN, PENDLETON S CO.
Iiblesale" i)ruggists,
1VO. a XIrisr BODOCKEv,
,4
Northeast Corner Pnbllc Square,
NASH A ILLE. ;
tnttjold reseectpollt AaKjrirE at-
YV testUn of Ceentry Msrthaikt DiacaWi
sad PhasiaiaM U their stack of
DRUGS, MEDICINES.
PATENT MEDICTNBS.
PAINTS. QIL8.
TrPESfTUPPSf i.
FINBYIR8H.IA wrt I
fcH!BtiTPBASCp,
JJttItliSU WBAW.V,
witrrrG aed -
LETTER PAPR J I
FANCY ARTI9LE8. Etc..
Before prebasir 4sewbere. as wrare deter
Bisedjb nafcvf ttta tbe mtenUB4rc-faatrl
w bur in.ri
r in.nu. nat. a wm oar wr or
at M tmt blgimt mtKf ;at4.3or
i
&!Sm;
i- f
cwltX, vtYJMH. ft
That aay'Sje seat to ut. Oar Serax are1
ajsT-drwaa
FINANCE iffii) TRADE.
r;nl,l nrjJl L.tx-f-M (T
danced tolSGJ aU230. The closing rate
hadnot.l,eemeivedJjlo Ore hour
the closing of the bank( gho rate here
was 133jbuying and 135 selling.
H loyernraent securities were quoted in
New York yesterday as follows : ' '
R-a)s. coupons. JB74I0T?i
5-ab. 3d series. coupiarrZ IfclSiui
5-20S. 3d seriatf. innnn llftVilllli-.
n-ju?. new ijjuq..-v.;..4jlj
UMPj-.:
Z'Z ioisfutt
-at-
Sterling Exchange, -declined in , New.
York yesterday. to 103J109i-
jExcliange on .NewsYork wautaken-, by
the banks here at J cent discount, and sod
ntWmi . . ,
Bnl little was doing in uncurrent money,
and wq lieard'of no change in rates.
Bank of Tennessee wan quiet at 454Sc
buying, and fi0511c selling.
Planters' Bank waa bought at 83c and
soldatiSoc, while Union. Bank was bought
at 85c and soldat 86o.
Southern; Bank notes were dull at the ad
vertised .rates. ' '
NaslivilleCorporationc he'eks were bought
pt lOc'disconnt. . . ,
Tennessee bonds sold in Aew lork on
the 26th ult. 93 follows:, $45,000 new at "
C2c, 1,000 at G2Jc, and on the 23tji
000 es-coupons at C3J, and $23,000 new at
63a This shows a considerable- improve
ment on the sale of Hie previous few days.
The New York Post of the afternoon of
the 2Sth tilt, says:
"Strenuous efforts are making bv the infla
tionists to foster tho absurd opinion thnt tbe late
Wall street panic was the inevitable result of the
contraction of the currency, ond they urge the
repeal of the contraction law of 12th April. It is
even reported some of the strong capital if ts. at tha
head or this party, havedoneallintheirpowerto
exaggerate the force of the spasm duringtbe past
two or three weeks, that tbey might make
gain by imposing on the credulity of the public
and by awakening tho fears of Congress. Such
efforUwill have the success they deserve; for it
is well known that tho recent panic was caused,
as nearly all panics are, by over-speculation.
The broker, too, if we are not misinformed, havo
in some coses done, business on slender margins
and forirresponsihle customers, who were un
able to respond when the inevitable turn in the
-market came. The loan market is working
more freely. Tho rate for' accomodation on call
is 7 per cent, on approved miscellaneous collate
rals and 6 on governments. Considerable sums
are accumulating in the hands of1 tho leading,
firms at 51. and even lower rates'. The discount
demand is quiet, choice bills passing freely at 7,
and less eligible namos at S10."
The exports of specie from New York to
foreign ports last week amounted to $676,
169. The following will show the total ex-
poita from Jan. 1 to Jan. 26 in the years
noted.: :..-'.' .
1857-..-
1856.
1865.....
1864
.18(51
...$233,211 185Q -
... 2,545,236X1858 i.t
... 2.967,573 1S57
- 4,33337 1856-
.: 763,W 1S55
.. 2,658,274 1854
...S2.Q12.C59
..-7.063.8SS
.. 1,087,285
... 104.834
... 118.621
,. 1,845.682
18G0...t 912,219 1852 2.S34.090
The stock of cotton in Liverpool on the
3rd of January amounted to 517,060 bales,
of which 172,030 was American. The
stock on hand at the corresponding period
last year was 402,630 bales, including 176,
140 American. Messrs. Lockhart & Demp
ster in their circular of the 11th of Janu
ary, report the Liverpool cotton market as
follows :
"Tho market during the week has varied con
siderably, but tbe general tone has been weak
and tho tendency of prices downward. At the
close of last week business was very dull, and
prices declined about Hd per lb from the circu
lar Quotations. On Monday there was a revival
of tho demand, and the previous decline was re
covered, but on the following day, Tuesday, the
Manchester market exhibited such unmistakable
signs of weaknes?, that prices here immediately
gave way again. Since then buyers havo held
aloof, and only a small business has been trans
acted at gradually declining prices. The reports
of the Manchester market have continued un
favorable, and holders here have been tree sell
ers. American cnttun has been in fiiir demand.
but quotations must be reduced iid to d per lb
on the weak. Sea Islands have also been in fair
demand and prices remain unchanged. Egyptian
has been in large supply owing to heavy imports,
and prices have consequently been irregular;
quotations are generally Hd per lb lower than
on this day week. Other long, staples must be
quoted Hd to YA per lb lower East India and
other short-stapled descriptions have been in
poor; demand, and witu ireo sellers prices nave
given away about lid per lb. A good deal of bu
siness to arrive has been reported, tno latest
prices named being, on tbe basis 01 middling,
from New Orleans, 15Vd and 15d per lb: from
Savannah, ship named, 14Kd per lb; and from
Mobile, lid and !4su per id. 'ine sales lorine
week amount to 40.920 boles, including 12,870
bales American, of which 23,440 bales have been
to the rrade, 2.910 on speculation, and 7.S70 for
export. Actual export, 10,921 bales. Import,
41,933 bales, including 7,456 bales American. In
crease of stock. 2J950 bales; The quantity now
nt sea for Great Britain is from America, 00.
000 bales, and from India and China, 118,600
bales; total, 178,800 bale?, a ainst 121,000 bales
last week, and against 416,000 bales in the corres
pendiogweck of jtycar.
GENERAlTMARKETS.
Nashville, Jan 31, p. ir.
Cotton. There was not much demand
for cotton to-day, and only 2SG baled were
sold, aa follows: .80 at 2329; 50 at 28J;
20 at 28; 40at2328g; 20 at 23, and
70 nt 28c per lb. These figures show a de
cline of ic in prices.
: . I 1 . i If "Bates!
Received 290
Shipped v-.. ,yV... 441
Corn. We continue lo quote at $1 05
per bushel, delivered. The" market is
almost bare.
Hay $272S per-tonin store, and sup
ply light.
- Bacon. We heard of aalea at 14c perlb,
hojg round, country bacon.
t Groceries. Market quid. No change
"in'prire.
i Receipts per Bull.
V X- n Riii.nnn .Tnn. SO. 115 kill
.cotton, 7 bdlegrlenhidif 8 bjSliaJiifarbb?,
' . 1 1 , . an , 1 . .
1 paien oouing, sacnji i imo-ii yarn, sun
dries. N. & O. JIailrod, .Jan. 31. 90 bales
jcotton, 14'bags cotton yr.rnf 9 bales "rags, 1
33 boxes snuff, 36 bbls ingot copper, 6,000
feet lumber, sundries. .
L. & N. Railroad, Jan. 31. 6 cars of
sfockj 2 cam hay, 300 bags corn, 90 kegs
lard, 20 bales gunnies, 25 kegs soda, 18
rolls sole leather, 12 bbls whisky, 45 tierce
lard,25 kegs do, 10 do white cod,5 bbls sugar,
,28 bbls rosin, 7 bags coffee, 9 bbls fish, 5
bbls beans, 28 bales horse collars, 11 boxes
coffee mills, 8 bales shovels, 8 bbls grain,
1 4 bdls scythes, 1 bbl tobacco, 1 box drugs,
56 iroa plough wings, 32 pots, 4 stoves, 1
cask glassware, several lots sundries.
Southern Cotton .Market.
Charliiston. Jan. 28. The market opaned in j
active, but as the day advanced a good demand
srevoiled. ond buyers took about357 bales. Thd
nuote:
low middling 31, middling 32, and strut mWdline
bales; middlin!t3Uic. Eactors offering sparing
ly ; demand full rates. . ,
AvuVSTA, ui.i Jan. xuuro wn.. a iuii uc
mn,l tn-dar. bat the offerinir stock was VCrV
light. Sales were affected at about one cent ad
vance on last week'f figures. We quote mid
dling at 30M. strict middlings ot 31431VS, and
good midihug at 32a. .'Ihe sales wre 11 Jiales
and receipts S3 bale.
Af ifinv fli . Jnn. "9. There- was.n irood le
mand for fair cottons this morning, and, .indeed'
all day, at 7 cents, and all offered, was readily
taken. Liverpool noon dispatches, quoting mui
dlincuDlands at 14 vc. had tbe effect of strenictL-
Inr our market, and we beard 1 U10 sale 01 a
small choice lot, late in tbe evening, at 27H
cents.
Oblumii -. (Ia.. Jan. 24. The market was firm
to-day at 27 e for middling. The receipts were
lSJbales and the shipments JS- ,
GRirris.ijA., Jan. 29. The market for cotton
is somewhat better than at our last quotations
. . 1 i 1 : 0.11s - ,
Aviutfocs, Oa-, Jan. 2a. ahe itoak u Ugh,
atxloo-qt.eiitlybut little dene,. tTe. quote
rvnf an IheiyHLthatean be had XT mtddHlg,
Monveouiiirr; Ala; Jen. 23. There was quite
xti nativfi fictnund to-dav. and oar market ad-
vnned fulls half a cent. We qaote the market
firm at to 27c; buyer payingthe.tax.
HoKT3Tit,Lt. Ala , Jan. H The matket ex
bibit. a dcellnlnjr tendency, with but few traB
actions. The effering.was lor middling.
3LARCETS BY TELEGIIAPU.
i'evr Yorlt Stocfe
and Sfoncy Market
Jfaw Yoax. Jan-
loax. Jan- 3L inere waa a. oeiier
Weliag la fcasneial eireies w-oay, ana a awnou
WOCti opened auii .aaa ursopicr.
. cat improved at the regular board
and elosed
BitealroBg, especially on hh.
oaUiern a
N. W proicrred. Ohio certiScate.
Faatam' lfniMl. 44?wiVIV,r Uenlral.
VM fAUttWK: Hudson. 12UHV&. Re
Kf3-W M. Central, lOfiiflfiSrritUburg,
Ufc. Toledo. 1I:R. I..WJ Ft. V S6
K V -Uk. nrOferred. 9W: Wabash. 4LSC
iJ4: do l. 18rh; do new it, lOiii, i-
Wferea
'reasanei. l4Sr.
Foreign 3tarltet.
I9d-18 for
Bsaaeefi &-an3; ilMirWp'
tin.. Ctf&t. Jan. MM,,
Paris, Jta; U. S?Joi
iPJB bsJtMrmWiioi:.upUpdfc,HKd. Ofm wfitr
Blat41. iWheat dalK PeireTeani- roSnea U Mi
Sll Wd.
Ldlng.
,Jlncltina ftsrbet., t ' j
Ciscixx orf. ran.-iiFlour and whe
hi';
change
Corn nnlet a.t SfiiAniW? fiir r mil
ffi
or tbelted, and not much demand. Oat
fa. llc Rve anil barter nnphnni-wl
uehanged
nisgym usr demand at SIS in bond, uotton
and dull; middling 31c. liogs firm at
ofjcS'ofa,
Provisions rather dull and without
anr importance. Mess cork S20&3) 50.
the latter for rood citv brands. Bulk meats
dull: shoulders 7 7 rides 9S9e loose:
clear baoon sides are in demand at 12l3c. No
demand et consequence for shoulders or ribbed
sides. Lard lir with faicdemandbutJU isjliffi-
cult to buy prime city at IRss than"12!)JcfNdthing
uoing in green meats, xbere was an error in
the footings of the pork packing statistics as
publish til in the Prieo Current. whi:h redueee
ine estimate increase to bW.UUU. .Linseed oil is
in active demand and prices have advanced to
$1 3U. Uutter and cheese unchanged. Eggs auc.
Gold elosed at 135 buying, but was bought in
tho forenoon at 1S1. No change in the money
'market.
St. Lonls HiirUci; I ' , 1 '
Sr. Loui3, Jan. 31. Weather very" mild anl
mow thawing very rapidly, and the prospect of
a speedy resumption of navigation caused the
holders of produca to ask higher price, but
high freights induced buyers to hold off. To
bacco nominal and unchanged. Cotton quiet at
Jlc. Middling Hour dull and uncbangod, duji-liess-rery
dull. Wheat dnll at millers standing.
New York Jlfnrkct.
New York. Jan. 31. Cotton dull and droop
in r. Whisbv nominal. Wheal dull. 35c lower.
Mixei western in storo S103M109. afloat SU3.
U&ls lower. Western OXdOL Urocenea dull
Pork steady and less active; S19 75620 50 for
new mes?. closing nt $al ibcajn; western
11 : olJ mess closing at $19 cajnrprlme
17. anil S19Sai fnr nrnnp irp4 rtHB S'
meas30 37S21 12.
Gold a shade firmer, opening at 31, advanc
ing to 35li and closingat 35.
1
RIVER NEWS
1 DEPARTED. . s
Jan. 30 Nashville, for Cairo.
Thd Cumberland is rising Ilbwly; with
4i fee j Water onHarpeth'Shoals' Weather
fair arid springlike.
The: Talisman in! port, and tf iirieaTe
for Cairo to-morrow".
The Fanny Brandeis will leave for ,Up
per Cumberland porta to-morrow. "
The, Louisville Cbunrr of yesterday says
The river liad less floating ice in it !yei
terday than we he noticed for some lime,
attribhtable, we learn, to a partial gorge at
Six mile-ialand, with the ice extending
almost in one mass thence to the Towhead
and the harbor.
Owing to the prevalence of the ice at the
head ftf the falls, the Jefl'ersonville ferry,
boats Jiave suspended trips altogether.
The New Albany ferries are in steady
operation, and passengers to or from Jef
fersonville on the railroad make the
crossing via New Albany,
jf The river atCincinnatl at noon yesterday
had fallen two inches in the previous
twenty-four hours, and we may expect it to
be falling here again to-day. " " '
Although navigation is virtually suspend;
ed, Capt. Chcnowith had the nerve and the
determination Tuesday evening to start
South with the Darling. She is bound for
'Memphis," but it was thought she would
not get through tlie Narrows. j
" An attempt was being Made to cut ont
the Eowenafrom her harbor at the foot of'
Clay street. A channel 'was .being . cilt
through the outside so as to enable her to
descend the falls.
WIPfG, TOBEY CO., Bankers and Dealers
in Gold, Silver, Government Stocks and Componut!
Interest Notes.
ci.osi.no raiCES this date.
Buying,
V. 8. Bonds, 1831... 107
Restored 6-20. 104
Coupon 6 20s '02. ..106
" i 5-'j '01 10414
" 6-20 '65 ..xOiy,
New issue 5-20's 103 "
Coupon 10-40J 99
Buying.
Comp'd Int. Notes
June, 'Gt.115
" " July,'G4.1l4(;
" " Aug., 'M.114 "
" " Oct., '61.113
" " Dec., '64.112
" " May,'C5.110
" "Ang.,'ns-109K
" " Sept., '65 lOg
Aug. 7-3U9 Willi Int.lu'X
June7-30a " 103U
July 7-30.1 " " 1035
Small Bonds Vpr. et. Ions
net., 'CO.lOSVi
13
old.
Tennasaeo Bond,.k-.61M
Silver.
125
Also, litgbrat price paid for all kinds of Southern
Hank Notes. Sm price list, furnished whon.deaired.
Deposits receivwl. and Exchange famished on
New York. Cincinnati. Louisville. Memnhls. Ens
land, Ireland, France, and all parts of Germany
uosrOBATiON CiiECT.s easlied at best rates. .
OFFIOK. corner Union and Ctirrrr street, odoo-
Ite Bank of Tennessee.
Office honra. 8 A. a. to 6 p. it. .
Titos. S. Marb. I'res't. L. O. Tabbox. Cash'r.
NATIONAL SAYINGS' COMPANY,
Corner Union and College Streets.
The following- are the rates paid for uncurrent,
money. These quotations are liable to fluctuate, but'
may be depended on a sufficient length of time for
remittances to be received by mall or express, If for.
waraed witnont aeiay.
TKNNE33EE.
Georgia Railroad and
Banking Company. ..95
Bank of Middle Ua B5
Marine Bant.. 95
Bank of Angusta 33
Augusta Insurance ...ifl
Bank of Athens .45
" Columbus 13
" Commerre .. . .Of,
" Empire State.. .20
Fulton .35
' Savannah 4fi
' the State ofGa.12
City Bank of Angusta. SO
Farmers' and i'jihan-
lcs'Bank '.: OS
Mechanlea' Bank.....JXj
Merchants and PL-inters'
Bank., , OS
Jjldnters Bank.,.. 12
Bank of Tennessee 4S
Bank of Tennessee,
datisl 1861....:. 05
Planter.' Bank 83
Union Bank 85
Union BankCertr. 85
Bank of Chattanooga... 13
uommeree par
'l Knoxville 50
" Memphis par
" Middle Tenn...98
't Paris par
'1 the Union.. ..par
" West Tenn . ..45
Buck's Bank par
City Bant . 66
uommerciai none
Merchants Bank....por
riortbern uanK..,.
.par t".v. wiuib.
Ocoee Bank 13 uawn uanc.,
Bank of Shelbyville...86
06.
soutnern uanK. Zi
IN0RTIT CAROLINA.
Traders Bsnt....par
Life and General Insu
BanK of Cape Tear if)
" Charlotte.. 2l
Clarendon 0
" Commerce... .18
"1 'Fayetteville....ii9
'Lexlngton!.r...l(r
' N. Carolina S(I
' " Wadfsboro'...20
" Washington ...05
" Wilmington ...15
' Yanceyvllle.0fi
Commercial Bank 15
Fanners' Bank of N.
Carolina .20
Merchants' Bank J!0
Bank of Koxboro' 2.1
Miners' and Planters'
Bank 20
YIROINIA.
Bank of Berkeley 80
" iCornmerce..4
rance Company. .M
SOUTH CAROLINA.
Bank of Camden.......I0
Cbarleston-...18
"Chester ilfi
" Georgetown... .15
IJanibnrg 18
" Newberry 40
11 the State South
Carolina 16
Commercial Bank .03
Exchange Bank 15
Farmers' and Exchange
uanK o
Merchants' Bank l."
Peoples' Bank........35
Planters' Rank of Fair-
Held -.OS
Planters' and Mechan
ics Bank 18
State Bank 7
Howardsrllle ..25
tho-Old, Doml-
lifln: SO
Southwestern liailrpadJ5
Uriion'Bank.!..Jt..tl.lfW' '
LOUISIANA.
Richmond 3
Rockbridge ... 60
llocklnham ...-10
Scott rrllle?:.i.8ff
the V'alley of
Bank of America- par
' U)ulUna et)
' New Orleans95
Virginia 18
Canal Bank. 95
Vjrglnla .15
Wheeling .90
Winchester 65
Cltlien'sjBank&.,..te..4
Crescent City Bank. 95
Louisiana aimo uanKiu 11 i -r-i. v.n-
Mechanics' and Traders tT. "u ,?v
20
,20
Uttll, ................. ....
Exchange Bank of Va.15
Merchants' Bank ..-90
Fairmount Bank .7S
Farmers' Bank of Fin
castle - ....20
Farmers Bank of Va.15
Southern Bank ..par
Union Bank 95
New Orleans Scrip 90
Manufacturers and
ALABAMA. Fanners' .... J20
Merchants' Bank.. 40
Bank of Mobile, iMerchanta' and Me-
Selma 20
Norweetern Back. 90
Southwestern Bank 30
Traders' Bank ..20
Central Bank 12
Commercial Bank.. 12
Eastern Bank. 45
Northern Bank 63
Southern Bank ...95
Nubville & Chat?a R.
R Stock. . ..0
Louisville ii Nashville
Tax RecJpt9.,....0
GEORGIA.
Ontral.RaJlroad Bank95
For Cniro, St. Eonlsf, TtlompliN and
New .Orleans.
T
HIE FINE PASSENGER PACK
ET. TALISMAN. Wif. STKOSff.
.'It,..,,.,. 1 I'll. A . in. ,,, 1,1,1 1 1 I MM
leave as jbove onSATlTRDAY, the 2il instant,
at 4 o clock r. .
For r retght or Paatajre apply on board, or to
t jCOEEEnAiidYDfjj
41 and 42 FrSnf street.
. . ,4 or, HARRISON iSONS.
febl or W. A. PEEBLES. Agents.
'nr Calr, Nt.. IxxiN, Mrmphls
nml
New Orleans.
THE SPLENDID PASSENGER
Steamer. NASHVILLE, Wilet
"ii
IW i vi vr O l nil a.v Initvirv linaaa
Clerk.' will leave as above on THURSDAY
the
31st in.L,, at 4 o'clock r. u.
For freight or pasage apply on board, or to
ly on b
nnvri
tUBBElT Agents
41 and 42 Front street.
W. A. HKEULK.H, or
HAKKIriOj & SpjNjj, Agent. t
janaOt
IN CHASrERT AT CE.VTnEVIM.E,
TENNESSEE.
Mary Anderson vs. Wm. Walker, et. al.
"iN MOTION. AND IT APPEARING
W uafg asration oLthB JerEswllMf
ter, ShfA JS. Anderien nec?reWbEt Sf J
Btste of TieneMee, so that the ordinary process
of law cannot be served upon him: it is therefore
nrdsred. that Dubtieatian be made in the Nash
ville Union and Dispatch, a newspaper pablished
in the city of Nashville, for four successive
weeks, for said defendant to appear at the Curt
hesse ia th town of Ctjitreville, on 2d Monday
ia MafehuMt. tbeofasd th are t ajpltaj aiirw w.
or demur, to contplainanPs bill, or Hit fame writ
be takes for confeseed against him, and set for
for hearing ex parte. P U. UuRNBEAK,
jaal2-w4t C. and M
V. S. MARSH AiT8 S AjLE. i
BY VIRTUE OF A YEN EX. TO ME DIJ
reciod, from the Circuit Court of ths United,
State for the Middle District of
Ten &.
issued otut&a 7th das or J anuarr.
I will
cxboss to Dubhc sale to the hiabOH bidder, to:
rash, at th Court House door in..the city o
, hi a.irtmir . 1 .iaa. r . t r r
Hashrirle. en
Miviwair m jbw aula
FEBRUARY
a. v.. all the
1JK.7. esmmenoing at 10 o'rioeM
all the rfeiit. itfefclaiia, iaterest a4
titles whieh A. L. Davis hvin and to the fet
lwine'dejribd. liec or parcel. if land, aifa-f
atl, lying aim heiscia ih all? of NashvIRe,
Bated On UMIg Jim, bt
in the plan of iota laid do
a Uallac if ill. batna- loll ! ana 61
ln.ia-.ati. oi in
University of JfruhaOle pro
ilQGMfSUl
alfT an
itUariaA
jaaTsr-4lW
peritrBBKiBSiin
whi, aotir.runninfoMK
flioanaain. rasaea . mQjsrjuwrris
KKaTui: r& STA - L-ITBI.
ianbal MWJIe iSrTeBn.
. i
i
T U.
STOCK WELt, OF NBW.iT
idla partnerjin ourbuai
this date,
tofore.
The ssfilerm wtlltrcmajnra
iSAMILTOSaSb-flCXNINOWASI
NASnviu,iDec.lHlS6o.
Hamilton & Cunningliani
i.(Ner the PuMie Square,
1
r
Wholesale nntt -Retail Dealers
JUMii
Anns and Cutlery,
Axes. Chains, Hoe, Etc.,
ftiini and Eealher RoUltig-.
Card Olotlilnsr,
3rbchanlc,H' To
ICH'. Tools, all k nds.
Leather and Shoe Finding,
Jaddlery.
Agricultural Iiiiitlenieuts.
Uecl
' ! ,
AND
I
TST pi "W" Q O .0D M.-
v., EL. dayies & into.,
JEWELERS,
(MAXWELL iroifSE.)!
Gojner Church and Ohpgy Streets.
FE.JDATIES BEGS EEAVE TO INFORM
. ihis friends, nnd th ntihlin wnnrnllir nf
Nashtillo'antl vlcinitythat he'hns commenced
the ,
JEWELRYtj BUSINESS
Again, having associated with him hi' brother.
W. 11. OA VI EN. formerly with Jlew.
Ball. Ulnck taCo.. New York citv. .
We are now reeelvineCfrhm Nww YorlJ a Iwo
nnd choice lot of
WATCHES, - JEWELRY,
IHuuioihIm,
Silver Ware,
t?lateI
Ware,
i
and Fancy OooiIs,
Direft from the Importers and Manufacturers.
uur entire stock having been purchased at the
JI.OWEMT NET OA Sir RATES.!
Will be offered upon the uot 'reasonable term.
rtu goous are warranted
( .
Sti-ictlj' Fii'Mt-claMM.
An exauinstion of our itopk lafrMnnrtfnllff
sulited.
Watch Repairing and Jobbing,
This Department of our business, we prcteao
a8ins-a SPECIALITY! 'HKVTnr Wnrori'TSi.
services of some of the finest workmen in the
country for that purpose.
It JL. 11 A VIES.
HV IL DAVIHS.
JdcI6-tf
IN CHANCER V AT AINSBOnO.'
AUGUST TERM. ..
William T. Roddy. Adm'r of Joseph Roddy.
eireuseu, 1 a. .acnariOU ArfllOaUW.et Ol".
YK MOTION OF COMPLAINANT, BY HIS
V ' .Solicitor, andiiLappearinKtolllo satisfaction
of Iho Court that the defendauLi. Zachnriah T.
Kodd
?.nA.Rpddjr. Adam T. Willson.Thomas
WillSS. Pol!ieAnn Pnrrell, Hiram Price.
Al.
Elvira Price, John H. Davis. Sarah Ann Davi,
narneon m. rnrern, ueorge L. Fureell, ami
Ptancy Oomenter urer nnn-rnitilnt nf thm Qtt
of Tennessee, so that the ordinary process of
tholaw.caiinothejqrvedonthani: it is therefore
nnl.rftitu, iKTl.,,... V, .. I, I T if trf . A i
. . V J . . v. . . m.v i u u 1 1 1 j 1 1 1 u m;
made
in ine rasnviue union and Dispatch
paper published in the city of Nashville. Tenn.,
fonfour consecutive weeks, requiring said non-
a news
requiring
resilient defendants to appear before the Hon-
oraDie uoancery Court for Jackson county, ot
jame will bo taken for confessed, and set down
for hearing ex parte as to them.
jn.iuw K.A.UUA. OtandM.
DEEDS OF XltlTST SALE.
rVIItTWE W f DEEllOI TRUr
AJ executed to me by B.M. Tii.lma.v. in Novem
ber. 1SC0. and another on tho first of December.
186J. nnd for the iiurpose.therein mentioned. I
will on -
Wodnesdnj', tlie 23rd of .laiiunry.nest,
ton the premisos.i 11 tpthe highest bidders.
first. -a-1 raat of Lanu ofTBOiureif moro orl(tss,
in Bedford rnnntv. fir II rii.trlr Vn 1
Tract of Land is in a good neighborhood has a
gdod dwelling and. other houses, and agood Ap
ple Orchard. Tbe soil Is Well adapted "to blue
cross, clover and grain, making a desirable farm
or stock raising.
II will sell the Land forfcuh. (nknifafv ttin ilefit
mentioned in the first Trust Deed (a sum of
nbeut.S4.000) four thousand ilnllaro th luilnnrn
Jar the Land, otf-one and two yean credit. Notes
witn two goou securities and lien retained until
the purchases uwmey ig all paid.
At tho same time and place, apd for Oaslt all
sums under ten dollars, six months'credit for all
sums over ten and under one hundred (lollau.
and for all snmsover one hundred dollars twelve
months credit, about 40 bead of Cattle, inelud-
IfSrr C'.tvra ,ml P.tirnd V.n.linm Tf.IC.m nA Q.....
and a larg6yokoof Oxetr; about 160 lmrrets or
Com: about 7 head of ine i-beep, 2sopS) head
of Hogs, a two horse Wagon and an ox Wagon.
ltArmins? Utensila. and nuv valuabl Law nnii
juisoeiiancous xsoons.
lent
The public, aad especially creditors, aroin
ted to attend tbe sale, whieh will OBriffnae
om dav to dav until throuch.
Th
vi
from
I Also, on the brat Jlqndar In February there
after, I will sell rtrfrr'Town IXtt U Shelby
tfille, on a credit of one and two years, men
tioned ..and described in said Tout Deed. Kor
particular apply to me al nfv office, ht Hhelby
$lle. . LHAWS TILLMAN.
dec25-wtds Trustee.
yialuable Land and Mills
O X
UVCJL It I V E K.
PURSUANT1 Tb
DECREE OP THE
Coonty Court of .Marshall county, at its
anuarr lerm. 1S7. in the ease oi J. Lee Merrfs
sand others vs. Clory A. Mornsamlotharj, I wilt
or'ock, all the right, title, claim ami intereet
cor'plainantK and defendant have in and lo
the valuable Farm and Mills of wbieh Allen
Morrii' d4edl.fl ,tkd sted-utebn,
ins waien oi axocc mrer, isree mnm vmm.o
Chapel Hill, and twelve miles west or Bbb
ville, in District No, . Msnball v,uDty. 'fewa.,
bounded bf naid-rirer wadu tto lawls.Qf RicaiM
Warner 11 MM' ftwdi wW Lfd three lol
tbe firt lot coBtainiog ab4ut sit acres of lasd.
upon which there i a splendid (inst Mill aad
San Mill, and nne nf Hie toest mil sites a
Dack River, asel a good l.sttoa oa the pike
leading fr-ja the river to HoahviUa. Saase lot
al has ireon If n good frame dweNtBT
ble for a faau). cou.eB.tnt to Ihe mi 111. T&t
other two loti will eortais a bo at 110 or lift acres
eMh eilNf of lfhiafc. will ws a baad'tans
and productive little farm, wn rhibered aad fa
an exi-elient aetghborhood.
Now, all oi yea who wajUto Imit Ball4arra
I'Kik to yovrftiterens arJa Vxetii ifae pre
ebim , if y u waat larger obex, rum ali.og aad
buy it ail
TERMS OF ftrVLE.
Except the turn of &40Q to ha paid oa dar f
sale, said lasd will be sold oa a r edit at) tie aad
two years. Pareaasars reejairad to give bead
with two or more -id'ritiM retaining a
'fatMrV of ftielWlflt tu cumassoce at 2.'.
aadjoaaha otfaet LoJsmt .' ik a4.
s.
lots jasaary 7. I'm.
Jasaary
R.L.ADAMI, C. and C.
TIE.
i ....at,
' r1'"
ted as AdminisUalor with the will anaexsd
1 as Adm
' estate
ts sH mi
J" avraro
Irilleii. deeeased.
'"'",i,tt',T
said.
pronatir smhik
riWi by tew.
-i -a .
i Kith &W!ft aaaaxad of
1 I jaaaWti-wtt
ftRK.
!
i
WE.
92
aadHl f Said eftAta t
KaJBL A.t a ...
wWwrfrJf7S.TOO
lasnAU uivuAaiA a
jEI9llifi
THE fciTATE
fesUiRANCE
COMPANY,
J
OF. NASHVILLE.
ii ... . i
CAPITAL, -SiaoO.OOO
FIKE. MulKIXIt, HULL;
' ASP
INIINO TKANSIM)BTATIN .KIJIICS
Tnkoti at Equitable Itatci.
-Losses fairly adjusted and promptly paid'SS
OfSas, Seoond National Bank building, Qallege
street JOHN LUMSDEN. ProsWeat.
W. J. THOMAS. Vleo President
f JOSEPH NASH. Secretary.
wt6-8n-p
DR. RUSSELL,
i i '
ENTIS'T
No. 1.131 Kirk man Bloqk,
VlIVRcn, STREET,
janJS-lw (Up Stairs.)
DROG STORE! NEW FIRM I
J, C. WBSRTO.V. Wit. B. WKARTOK, J8.
( WV. B. EWI.VS.
UNDERSinNHn wniTT.n RUsPKtrr-
fully inform their friend and the nublla
generally that they have purchased the satire
1.ntre?.t..of W m. B. Wallace in the Drugstore of
i ; Vt- V,parton Co.. and solicit a eontlnuanee
l sge liberal patronage extended to the former
arm. ine Business will be condueted. as here
tofhre. tinder thestyle of J, C. Wharton t Co.
J. C. WHARTON.
, WM. II. WHARTON. Jr.
s"xr '. r WM. B.EWING.
A aihville. January 1,1S7. Mn2Slw
sTl. SPURLOCK & CO.,
OINOE THE
FIRE OFTHBWth INST..
13 hare op
supplies of
ened and andnrs now reeeivicg new
GROCERIES,
COMMISSION GOODS,
5 FOKEIU.V ANI HOJIESTIC
iJia,p,.oK$',
And would be pleased to have the patronage, of
tneir lormer menus ami customers, at their
new stand.
Nost 7 and 9 Broad Street,
- (Near tae River.)
Where they will' take pleasure in filling (heir
ordorst jan5t-3m
.!B. KOUSTREE,
' AS91STSD BV
IIIR. E. W. MORGAN,
HAS EBMOVED HIS LARGE AND ELE
gant stock of mOTS AN SHOES
from 46 North Market to
NO; O (new number) ENION STREET,
Where he will be pleased to see his old friends
and a generous public. He intends keeping the
best stock of Goods, and at as low rates as any
regular bouse' in the city.
C. B. ROITNTKEE.
E. W. MORGAN desires to see his Old friends
at hi new placo of business, particularly bis
man)' lady friends. Jan3S-lm
NASIIY1IIE
AGRICULTURAL IfS,
NASHVIT.LB,
HYATT, ISIlIGGHtV MOORE,
lUKBFArTruifBS or all kinds op
Agricultural Implements.
The Dixie Corn and Cotton I'low,
A .ORBAT AND ACKNOWLEDGED IM
GREAT
XV ' provement on anr eatt Plow ever before
otfered to Southern Planters unrivalled in
oapaeity, llahtnex', durability nnd eheopneM.
by any cast Plow in tbe wnrld. Also.
WROUOlIT-IItON and STEEE PLOWS,
CORN 3IIELLBRS,
HORSEPOWER?.
,RAt'UTTHR4i.
Hol.w -Wars of ,-tll deeeription, sueh a Ket
tles', Pots. Ovens. Skillets, etc. All kinds of
CEDAR WARE, manufactured by the most
improved machinery Brass and Iron-bound
Bankets. Pails.. Tubs. Churns, Water Cass,
Tanks, and Cedar UhesU of. nil si. .
Having tbe latent improved Machinery, ami
miequalleilpfacilltierf, we are enabledjto furnish
everything? in otne line alt lower? ralalthaa, any
maaufacturers in Northern, Eastern or Western
ernes, r.verr arueie warranutu.
III
1 1
ATI'. Hit I fi ON A .11 41 ORE.
janll-3i
1867-
M, j.wgrsBiKtt ' S Im a i, weASMmT. 1
KitKX;;&'.VARR'BJ!(l
No. 11 Mfn?nffrii.i.T.ar. .tiieet;
NiayVILLE.. ".. ....TENN.
;;.; Is
MAJUPAOTRiESiR 8
aW
WIIOMLSAI.E AND ItETAIIs
- . . i.
DJfALEIlS IN ALL KINfjf TJf '
1
PARLOR, OIIA.Mlirilt,
IlINfNU-ROOM. HALE,
; nnd orFICE
FURN IT US E .
. j BET3rIiVGr,
spnix,
IIAIIC,
;.iiok.s,
COTTON,
.ANI SHUCK .ILTTRESSFJI,,
. French and American.
W I:N D O-W G L ASS,
All Sites,
STAINED AND FROSTED OLASS.
' LOOKINa-OLASSES,
! LOOliINa-OI-lSS JVITEN.le
WE INVITE SPECIAL ATTENTION TO
our fine, large, and well assorted gtoek of
,TT, ourt
Goods, We
lie foHnd Hi i
a intend to keep as one goM f ea
any market, and onTer neb lwtM-
meats to purehaaers as will toalfe It to - se4r. rw
ttrest to war from us.
; WEAKLEY & WARE EN.
Ka. H North Oollege sL, Nasfavflle. Tenn.
janl'
7zm
THE AflWiRS-MViMn
nl. T)4(
COLVMB1
if'
SCII iidif WK1Y4ltlSfl ADIfl.
Mrs. t. CL HJIITJI, rriijclpnl.
PHK WINTER BX AM KM A'MtMf OF HUH
1 SchiK.1 . saDoial la U ImM Thnr-
Iy, Janai
try
rbenl aad
biauis aaad Mtrass ef IW ArKiHH are re
stterlMtr inriled te1 fsitetxt
EtJifwuy 4 fk. now BkB4 win ftndit tfraatly to
thslrraUrettob iite'ml um or tHttSfte tb 6pa
lagdas'.
The A
AthtBasiia :S't fsrr areataeleaa!
AsnglMiMdesutKi aisMRi. tourl
iMdesbiai auaeRI, thuroagh aad
ed ediutati". . We 4Btr Uashers tl lb hfi
est order at Uieot
cm mum v. w nmiN
.u i . .-i .
struotiam ia all the hruBfhja uuiallrtI4uh4)H ftrst
iaj i.-naie a&HW naareeoith
A lar.
eat uJL hart Mcld libranea to be I'm ad li
any sKaifar t&tcuabrti.
lo WBloh alt th natilli
baradauy aesM.
A eojaaiete set of (TKesiiea
sad FtMeKbiest Apparafas. aad, m fact. aH
uu BeeesaajT iraiur 'mmVaft lMfBCiH-a.
Tlsw pilpw re-irel amr tfrW, o&d rbarr td
oaly from data al n lie rve.
Btud aad Easlish
luittou par f five .-alendsr rfioMbtvar
utr from 511. to Tim
Ctwalar and uOr lOPigaathm ftraasjW bf
adimansg Hoirr JJ. SMITH.
ioal
Ewls
Safretarr.
A Earau Waiilctl.
iWIfllPU
ta MI44
Ml W(A
PUKOIIAMK A aMAl.L fAKM
F Tnswe, wtM tcapntved. wtM
lan aad evauit ta chaala aad
irastts. rar
Paws, bartetr k aWasfcs'wi! 4ae
reaawe al MaMK.U
ut at. MJMt.0rf Wsttaras eoaaty.
sjaispwao. wma and win
jsartiauiaiB abaat uiiad. atia
jasa-isa a. j. JisrasRxyA 'aujv.
taudtata
taatah
rein
LOOK im$ VOltlMQAIKH
IX
T fO I
F. H. FH E NCJET.'
21 PHBIsIC S(1VAK3B,
0P2rfTltB ay an mrtwM nv
Ciislonijullade Boots and Shoar
wnien f.wi sen at Pasi, Pm'Ti-rmMm
of good, durable.
'. wort wfltawa iImm
greatly red used prise.
2v3fM'k s,,,Br Tl,!i"
CLOT Hr x ir a.
A Larjre nnd Elegnnt Ktook r t
perier taako and tuiisHr.J
aa'Hamiisjt.
cere m
(tjIO.
A B B'O T OJ
i
iVO. 32 COI,IiHGH Jn'RKiJtr,
i I4ir Um Sawaoea KaaaaJ
OVEItCOATS.
RnsiNEss sniTs, -
PANTS AND TZKTIi,
FLVF. DRESS SVlVHi.lBla.
AUo. a largo steak of
French, ami) English., ,
Cloths, Oasimeres andeatfnvja;
Carefully seleoted fra
eipal importers, whiei
At the bead ef the
w be BMde u tstfJam.
MnmifacturhiR Doiihrlurdhi''
We hare a Culler n.F nmmmrA .
will guarantee that style, at and rmiO!
n eTr I y X WRNT Y VKAJtS
wnnM ami faUau ar ,M .
NO. aa COLLBOE STREOT.
Wo offer, aice, a Urge asaek of
BOYS' CLOTHING,
Made to order in soHeof Dm kajt
in bey Vsrk-siylfc. well bmsWi
sOnablo la nriee.
mrre
Of the best manufacture. ,
UNDERSHIRTS AND DRAWERS,
Collars, Cravats. Socks, Gloves. Et., Etc.
GEO. B. ABBOTT,
dec3)-tf 33 Collect Nir.i.
THE BEArTIFlX
TOM IIOOD'K "Song of the Shirt. " would
never harp been eunr had be lived In Mm
golden ago of the Fewiar Maeatsa! OHM, I
btitchl Mitch! but no more wety hearts or
acblngheads. The nimble-newlle is ootpHed fcr
hands, bat moves like a thragofrife oieUy.
quickly, sorely, the greatest binning C tho
nineteenth century.
The Florence is ih laitt mn..j r .11
.Sewing Machines, ft Qallts. Corib, rWks.
terns, reus, ana Uathers awl wsl lin
iiiuiciiitia: Hianw lour wisiniac in ua mi
from right to loft or 1A ta rbbtnl li,. lsuvrTkT
oneratar. and fsthe only Macbia. kirtaw a tim-
aiuustimc aiiuiAjjis XIIJIPIDW. pr
uie. none compare wttk K.
EEC O "W" IB
THE ORIOIXAL.
Wearo also Genaral A sent foe Um ttUWK
SEWING MACHINE, Madia4ardl
matte assior tm
Utate sHpervistsn of KLIA3 HOW K,
Jr.. I
Inventor of lli Scwlns;
.ltiichlnr.
These Machines have stood id twt of tifeair
years, and fur maautaetariac paiposas oaaaot ba
excelled. They we a satalfar nele with saae
she tbread than any ether raaeis.
Tuliit, Cotton, Need Ips, OH, ami P""
of Mn'chlncM cniistiinlly on hand.
SEWING MACHINES OF ALL RlNLti
REPAIRED.
U'lHTCULKG. Tuskiag. UihHhui, iUnmn.
KJ Cording, and all kimls of FiuaUr WwrfcJoaa
to order wiin neataeas at tae Usasral Afsaey-
No.
11 (Old No. 17) Clierry Hire!,
CAMiP A EIXTOTT,
SYKERAL AflMTS.
i-i AtrMta waBtad aad Ukaral ladaeaaiasts
otferexi. I feaW-Ta.
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