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Nv AilvrrtlnpiiirnlN.
tiHienta wliiuk appear in tM morning
paper for the flrtrt lime. Tke reader I
referred to them in another cnfatim :
Ifmxlemm Mro, liceiwW jwaetH!
plumber ami mm and Menm fitters, No. 73
Cherry rtreet, opiate Colonnade LmLl
ing, are )rejarel to do all work in tiieir
line with prowptnw ami neattuiw.
Tlie It qnolitio of Hour, wi:ar and
roH'ee may We nadat the wliolenale gracerr
eablwhwcwt f Weakly fc YarbrHfti,
No. North Oolite rtreet.
Mr. J. R. WinhoMrn lum rimiHl the S
Ploud Hotel.
Fmt.alai oitv property, varionoty kv
rated, fewfllreH " for Mile hy J. L. X K. V.
Hrown.
II. V. Hnwh, xOHtr of Dr. John M
Watoo, &mov&, notifies Hnem indebted
in that to.te toettte?i
The DhMv family, from Pari, are to
appear at Ut Isw Iheatre on Monday,
the 3i Mtf4.
Th year St. Patrick's TXv, March 17th,
come on StHMMy.
A fhw of the delegate to the Radical
Convention whieh oonvene to-morrow at
the Oapitolf hare already arrived in the
rity.
TfinTe ewe Orphan ArvIhri at Clarks-
ville is jntin receipt of valuable nmtrilm
tion from the SoHthwect Relief Commif-iim
of Ixntievitle.
TilR Lowlariile ami Nashville railroad
is crowded with business, and 1mm about as
murk 4fH frtMiht ax it mh iwaiiatte. Mav
il always le w.
RhcokdkkV Court, Fel. 90. N. Cor
belt, disorderly, $10 and oot.
Ellen Piwffitdrtink ami diwderly, f&0
and mats.
Air. 9noger, diaonlerly, $10 and et.
.. . . . : "3T i . T. .
TUB xsvi wi' atf ieifinrtr'i tiytfentoi
Church, and ahu at the MoKendree Meth
odint Church, ia till cairied on nightly
with'ijiieoiirsinf; refill, i
He UN il am A Wakiw are manufacturing
mi excellent artiele of fireproof glim-Itching
m their manufactory on North Maikut
Niccea to home enterprise. We hoje thii
tirm wf!l fln4l fnll fartfr with the public
.Y. MaxeV, arretted for having in hit
powMofl a watch atolen laat week from
Mr H4oH,'rVtHrarit, wa lrp before Tjkj.
Mathew yaeterday, hnt th mae wai con
tinued, aa t lie negro ltMlreraived theatrh
tfoni amMher now in jail.
Pkhsokai.. Miaa Iura Keene has been
in the ty fer a oonjde f daf s. Oping to
some iMiforaeen eirairaManee, she will not,
we learn, play any engagement at the New
Theatre, notwithstanding the announce
ment heretofare made,
Accepts the Cam.. We learn that af
ter repeated invitation, Ker. Mr. Allen,
pastor of lite .Second Pre4y!erian Church
m this city, haa accepted the call of
ihe Pine Street Preebvterian Church.
Philadelphia. We are not apprised aa
i. when Mr. Allen will start for bin new
tarld of labor.
Nrw Mirsir. Mr. John Luck, 40 Union
ireet, Iihr jhH received a large tol; of
beet mvHie, emhraoing the neweM and
nut pojmlar piecoa out. One of Ibe bent
parodies of the day, "Come Down, Father,"
ban been et to iniHic, and ciHiM4rttt
indgen my it w very fine. There i little
JuiilH it will Itecoiue an poulur as the
ninal, if not snore no.
vPant' to lliuu Mn. DkUow. The
MeinjdiiaiM apj)ear to le in a bad way to
bear or diatinguinhed citizen, ProfeaHor
iifUow, lecture on railroad inatters. The
UvitMm of .Monday ftotuewlmt etuleutlv
jLs "Why doea not Mr. Deltow, who
niaLe 'iipeechta and in doing m much to
promote the railway inlerenU iii Tannewee,
v it Men-iivhit Why inav not the Chain
tier of Commerce invite the diHtinguinhed
'talesman to addrom our pmple?" If Mr..
Del low ronld make it at all convenient, he
oiiKht to try and gratify the curionity if
thiHf impatient people of Memphis.
roOM-illiiifN ol llic Nnpreiiie Court.
N'AMHVM.i.r, l'eh. '20, 187. Court met
lint day Himiant to adjournment, all the
Judge being pretlt.
Amlrew Grewory H . t. Tho. Chad
well, ex.. etc Jty Judge Milhjan. Jmlg
(neitt awrmad.
R. Mathewa v. John H. Rutledge ami
11 Willwite. By Judge Hharkeifard.
liecree of Chancellor affirmc1.
The day Irna lieeu apent in the hearing
i cane on the etpiitt)' docket of the ninth
. ircuit, from the Chancery Court at Nah-
ille. Thia docket will yery prolmhly take
tbf remainder of the week.
J. O. FKA7.KR, Clerk.
1'he Adkumii. Crowdeil house in the
ader of Ihe day, oi night rather, at lli'm
a4taldi4iHient. Tlie audience laM night
wa large ami fashionable, and "The
Hunoldtflck" was performed in a manner
be greeted with welhineriled applauw.
Misw Dora Shaw dresses and acts correctly,
without being able to Miggeat the idea of
great nea or traoaeendant talent. Mr.
I'aiiil wat uite efl'ective in hi role, but
ejeoiaUy do we feel dismwed to ponijdi
ment Mi Augusta Dargon forthe thorough
aturalne) and naivete which Hhedioplayetl
.( the character of Helen. We have hardly
i ver seen anything more effectually ren
dered than one or two .u'ts where Mii
lUrgon wanmrnle tofigure eomewhat pronii
neiitiv. The afterjMece went oil weft, with
Pratt to fnmifdi the comicalities. The
performance to-night embraces " litgomar"
and a roaring farce.
IUii ok a Nih Uami.1h Drk. A
Kid on a gamblinf den on Line street,
( tueen College ami Cherry, kept hy Sara
Martin ami another nagro, waa made yes
terday morning liy oftcew llfsWtck, Star
tc. iMiirdevant, jS,ain, VcTig, Tignor
and Arnold, and thev MH-ceeded in
"urpriaing the ramp and capturing
tl.irtv.fmir m-ioeoi. Aotiv efort
were mailt' tt eri wlien the alarm
i.as giran, but all th avatiae' were closed.
rd none of tfte inmate of the house got
f QatltiigliWnft (a rv4te amirt f
ittTee.) dice, card, ami all mria of gaming
-re practiced in this skn br napeo, and
.t night to he broken up. Tlie prisoners
r II he before Recorder Foster hMtar.
11. We learn that the ham of Mr.
i .irvma G. Pointer, of thia omraty, on
iho LeirMMM l?il,ri
rs recently destroyed
i foe, ingiriisr with it content a laigt
,. antitf of hay. grain, etc The fire was
i U wotk of an incendiary.
saw mili at Jatuexmrille, the property
i .lodge J. M. Pahner. for several year
, ist a reaident of this .State, waa wtrnt ye-t.-idav
merniw?. The mill vrm valned at
4Lotf700. Jmlge Palmr e to tkk
id m the train from JoMonvill yeatr
i.v ami Mates that he had keen warned
(at his Hopertv wo4ild lie ihsMrayed, and
ii -l appWfd to the military authoritiea Jnr
i . urd to protect it. Thi wax ihvlined,
it.li-s ordered hv Gen. Thomas. He
('Hid the Immimjt " hi mill urn the mI
i llutent ot thteate ajnMMet which he conld
t protect himaeif. We htme the gnilty
l srtieamay h 4teated ami tmninheti ae
tin
HerTe Tlie cititeitH of Jhmm
. ile wilt, we Ui mn, 4n their Mtmt to
i. net then owe
nol4 MMil &ttttmer3-.
: i wejMMCaMmMl
"j'ork, 8 OawD eL
Mamiili fcrealebr Jmx
l9m
jjjajaajajajjPajjBja(a0fraajyrajjaaJJj)aj T,"in i, . Jl
it AhMVLLLE LrCt'M AiSOCIATIONr
the Houae of HepreMuitativaa Tueday,
Mr; Kerchiv! intreUhfced a hill to inc1-,
Iorate the Naahyillc Lyceum, , Aaaooiation.
The name of the oororatora gi ven in the
bill are T. A. Kenhival, A. F. Walker,
Henry Foote, Andrew Newlnnd, -H. J I.
Thomas and R. S. Tuthill. The object of
the association in (ttaletl to be the "mutual
improvement of its member, the cultiva
tion of arlM and science, and the diffusion
of ittteMigence tmtd morality." We nan
no! UHtiertake to ay what will le accom
plifheu by thin paitictilar organization, hut
we are well Batwfted that a pWe the mze of
Nashville, having w many intelligent and
enterpriftingytigiHen,and ai.se einbraeing
fHicli a large number that need to be made
intelligent, ahonld he able to bonat of some
Mich institution aa a Mercantile Library or
Lycenm Association. Other citiw and
towns, xotne even not a bulky in size or
population as Nashville, take peculiar
nride .in nointiiw . to their urell.afnoked
pu)die4ilHries, jfefl the swarms of young
men and women who patronize Uiem, and
enjoy the benefit to be ilerivW by their
eziMence. Go to St. Louis, and any of
the substantial citizens of the place
with whom you get acquainted, anrt
who deairea to point out tlie attraction
of the city, will be sre to first take yon to
the Mercantile Library, and with some
degree of animation direct your attention
to the magnificent collection of books, the
paiutin and statuarr, winch are lustlv
oonsidered an honor to St. Louie. Vorv
likely he will next invite vou to vleit the
O'Fallon Polytechnic Institute, where
oierkH ami artwana by the hundred have
enrolled their name?, and enjoy the benefits
to be neriveu from a well-stocked lib
rary, and an annual course of lectured on
almost every aulect of interest. Ia it any
wonder that St. Louis is making the varf
strides she ta toward greatness and com
mercial proanenty ? And is it to be won
dered at, after all, if Nashville is to he set
down as decidedly old-fotrvish and far be
hind the age in matters which nuke other
mtiM attractive ami prosperous?
let ns have a public library, a lvceum as
sociation, or nome other institution where
our young men and young women, too, can
uin wr iHiroeiion. anauenve an reasona
ble advantages toward the development of
tlie luglier and liner faculties of their na
Hire Let us have lecturers from all quar
.i ii.i. I,
irrt, anti ngiu up. an sensoif ?jiujecis.
Again we say let iw havea public library.
MUHDKR IN WlI-OON C'OHNTV A Man
Hkai NHA'Mi.YCWOpr. 'We lfearfl yes
terday of a bloody tragedy which took
place t day or two ago near Cainsville,
Vilson county. It seems that a difficulty
occurred between Riley Lenning and an
other man by the ijane of KoonU, which
resuuen in a ngrn wun pistols ana tnives.
Lenning received a pistol shot in the head.
and his antagonist having him thus in his
power,toreal:nife from his (Lenning'slhand,
and hacked and hewed him dreadfully,
nearly severing his head from the body.
Both of the men were desperate charac
ters, ami barely of age. During the war
r i . 1 sj r
penning was a jwny 10 ine laumer ot a
lwy in Wilson county, who was enticed
from a drinking house by him and others,
and killed in a spirit of wantonness and
brutality. It will be a Rood thins for the
country when all such have had justice
done them.
Ammras of W. N. Bn.BO at tiie Capi
tol. Pursuant to public announcement,
Ool. BiUf delivered an addreag' on the
issHaa ( (lie day, in the hall of tlie House
of Repreecntati vea last night. The number
n attendance wassmall, the hall beingabout
one fifth full, while an occasional darkey,
a female here and a male there, might have
wen seen jerciiei in tlie galleries, remind-
ng one ot the dismal surroundincrs of a
rookery, when the main body of crows
were oil' on a foraging expedition, leaving
a verv slivht sorinklinir in tlip ilunp nf mi
mv.tlld eorM, netting in solemn and pen-
tveattiiuiie in tlie uppermost branches.
ippsrently reflecting on their latter end.
Shortly before 8 o'clock, Mr. Doughty,
memiier ol tlie House, called the meeting
o order, and afler a few remarks in which
ie indulged in some congratulations tin the
late Radical victories in the Legislature,
and the new accession to the Kadical ranks,
ie introduced the orator of the evening.
.Mr. i;iiiM, on taking tlie stand, adverted
o the fact that in 185H, on the same nlat-
form on whicluhe now stood, he predicted
a civil war which would Boon follow, and
which in its magnitude and dire results
would throw in the shade every event of
Ihe kind which preceded it. He would
leave it to those present if theearnnge and
strife of the last few yeara did not justify
his prediction. The speaker then went on
in a strain of generalities, referring to the
greatness of our country before the war,
and what it might he to-day if our people
had listened to the teachings of the im
mortal Henry Clay. He next took up the
subject of slavery, and for half an hour or
so attacked and bombarded with merciless
vigor that defunct institution.
We might here remark, par iwrenthesis,
tlmt at this late day we could hardly see
the pertinency of discussing in elaborate
style the immoralities and abuses
ated with an institution years ago swept
oilt of existence in the United States. How
ever a few of the Radicals present clapped
their hands, and doubtless felt delighted at
seeing and hearing slavery demolished .
once more. The speaker at last touched
on the "questions of the day," and his re
marks here, it mnt lie confessed, were
somewhat mixed. Rebels and traitors, he
tlnvught, shouldn't talk about jiewer and
that sort of thing, after having endeavored
to overthrow the best government the world
ever saw. It came, then, with a bad grace
from those who had been identified with the
rebellionto stand upon their dignity, andre
fnse such a magnanimous offer as the const i -tutional
amendment. For himself, his skirts
wore not clear, but his surroundings were
such at the beginning of the war that he
was almost coniKlied to take the course he
did. Rut after all, he continued, it would
not do to leave man practically slaves, even
though their sin was great. Universal
suflrage, for black and white, was the grand
remedy, and the work of reconstruction
would not be complete until that was
brought abont. Mr. liillio was listened to
with marked attention, and his remarks
were freimently app landed.
Fkhkei.u's calls disease an affection of
the body, contrary to nature ; a purtuba-
tion ot us habit ; a derangement of its
course. What disease i, sometimes el inles
human intelligence, Imt some diseases are
knewn - their origin, action, ami even their
antidotes. Whoever has discovered an
actual remedy for one disease, has done
something for his race. Dr. Ayer has
done more, for hie medicines afford ns the
means to control and cure several danger
ous disorder.. We rarely speak on medi
cat subjects, preferring to leave them to
,BhricMMi, who understand them better.
Hut mck effects as are seen in onr midst,
on aflectione ot tlie lungs, by Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral . on scrofulous complaints, by hi
Santaparilia , and on the several complaints
that they curebv Ayer s Pills, should not
be ignored. AeiJr (ca) Journal. Ik
"ii1!! niil i
THOP. WAIX. T0S. WAI.KKR.
A T ii Jt F i E 1. D Jt WALK EH.
KlUH m
HATS, CAPS,
I. A I I US' F II 11 N,
MLI. tMKKY OK THE Ht'tUMMttt AT
Hh aii laait. wtier Itw wHt lie iNstit
l4 mt att t tt n-itHl' Mid a mimr sew
unr- a wtM oatl w taM.
V1 A' WAI.lt Kit,
To Toliuutto i;iie;H. . ,
we Are Kow PfIkparbwjo tm,KK.
.stii. or purchase T tMm km
Wweeait. UMt at w WaeekHM. Si
&uT"lb"HiC,n MCCRIA i C
t 1 -
..;!i'i!?i"Tl.T.:Z
AI1 WlJXIIUllUltAllUU WJIU 1VUI1U in V474T
nmcih .enlarged by the Lozenge which I
now' carry always in my pocket; that trou
ble ih my throat (for whfch the 'Troches'
are a specific) having made me often a
mere whispeier." N. P. Wii.i.is.
For a cough, cold, an irritation or sore
ness of the throat, " Rrown'ii Bronchial
Troches" will often give instant relief.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
Miclliy Fenmle Institute Having ce
eurd the aarvieee of a resident Frenah lady,
wlm has had aMny years' exparieaee in tearli
inj? Preach awl German, ns spoken lanuusger
in Pari.'. Uermiiny and Liverpool, I would be
pleaded to receive pupils from the city, to form
classes in thee language. A rare op,Hr'unitjr
i now afforded of acquiring ttioe twolaneuaKW
as oken hintuageii, fimIi a has peMoai lieeti
presented hi this city.
(Ir.a. G IiuTl.r.K. A. M., Principal.
feld lw
A Card lo Invalids. A clergyman, while
residing in South America as a missinnary, dis-
eovered a safe and ."iuiple remedy for the cure
ef Xervoai" "iVeakne. Early Decay. Di'ea'e of
ttie I'rinao' and Seminal Oman, and the whole i
train of disorder brought on by baneful und
viciou habits, flrent numbers have been cured
by this noble remedy. Prompted by a desire to
bvsefit the afflicted and unfortunate, I will fend
the recipe for preparing and uin thismedicine.
in a pealed envelope, to any one who need it,
FRKR OF CflARO. AddrOFS
JoiF.PIl T. ISUAK.
Ptntrofl D. Bible Houe, New York city.
febU-3oi
I'rcncli Itrolliers. So. 3 Broad street.
0
etc. Our Tennessee Iron, Tennessee Plow?,
Tennises Bellow?, Tennesree Furniture nt-ed
no comment. Call and examine. We also have
six eight-wheel Freight C.'r.s. price $3f0 each,
and a platform track scale, 23 feet, capacity 30
ton. price $10. febO-tf
An jligible front portion of an office on Church
street, in the Maxwell Houe. can be obtained
by applying at th'n office, or at No. 70 Church
street, next door to the Ma'onicllall. fehl tf
To Slurry uv not to Mnrry ? Wliv
Not ? Fcrioiu Beflections for Young Men, in
Essays of the Hnwunl Asocinlion, on the PhyM
olog nl Krror., Abuses and Dieae induced liy
ignorance of Nuture's Laws, in the firxt nge of
man. Sent in sealed letter envelopes frca of
ehnrge, Addre. Dr. J. Skim.i.v IIoPiihtox,
Howard Awjiritinn, 1'tiiludi-lphiii. Pa.
jnn. 1.1-Sm
.HftHnir. li! l .ev fork CohI.
To close buMne'M, we ure positively eloping
out at New Yuri: co't price our stock of Fine
Oreceries, Wines, Brandie. Hnvsna and Do
mestic Cigar-. PAVDOi.riN! .t Kivt,
lanlii 12 North Charry ftreet.
A Sure Pile Cure. Dr. (Iilbkrt's Pilk
IfiSTRtriiENT p.."itively cures the worst cases of
pileo .Sent by mail on receipt of 5). Circnlara
free. Sold by Druggists. AgenU wanted every
where. Addres-t J B. Roy use, Manager, No.
!T Broadway. New York. lnovl7 ?.m
Itaclielor'x Ifnir Dye. This rpleudid
Uuir Dye is the het in the world The only
rue and perfect )( Harmless. Reliable, In
stantaneous. No disappointment. No ridicu
leui tinH. Natural Black or Brown. Remedies
tbo ill effectiof Had Dvt. Invigorates the hair,
leaving it soft and beautiful. The genuine U
signed William A. Batthelar. All others are
mere imitations, and should be avoided. "Sold
by all Druggi'ts and Perfumers. Factory 81
Barclay street. New York. de2-ly
To Confsnmptlvea. The Adverti'er, hav
ingbeen restersd to health in a few weeks, by &
very simple remedy, after having suffered several
years with a severe lung affection, and that
dread disease. Consumption is anxious to mako
known to his fellow puticren tho means of cure.
To nil who desire It, he will send a copy of tho
precription u?ej. (free of charge), with tho di
rections for preparing and using the same, which
they will End u surk Cdrk for Consumption,
Asthma, Bronchitis, Ac. The only object of
tho adrertiier in sending the Prescription, i$ to
benefit the afflicted, anil spread information
which he conceives to ho invuluulile ; 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
addre.w Hev. EDWAKD A. WILSON.
Willium liurw, Kincs cuinty. Ne York.
oct23 ly
-inmifti"fcii.iMi-iiCii "irkViiiimHinaiiiiriMiM iimd
H. A. HUNTING-TON
HAS HKMOYED FROM
No. 14 Public Square,
TO
NO. :$ CHERRY .JrJ?.,
(Opposite the Maxwell Jlonse.)
OFPEHffcAT RKDUCHD PRIGH3 AN KDK-
FINE CLOTHING
A. NO
FURNISHING GOODS,
TIUWKN.
VALISKS, ' '
BA(jS, ETC.
A large aortment of
Piue Beaver Over-coats,
At very low prices.
H. A. HUNTINGTON,
decl4-ly ?p II Public Spimre.
0. D. BENS ON,
No. 5 Union -aud American Block'
(Opposite the Maxwell Iluii-ie.)
PUBLISHER. AND DEALER IN
!S H E E T M U S I C
And every kind of
MUSICAL. MERCHANDISE.
PIAIOS,
From nil Ihe Tlet AlnUers. Also, tbe
Mity A cent in tbe .-.ath for tbe mnoli Cele
brad UUKDLT CUUHCH and PARLOR
OHOAN.
Pianos and Orcan- tuned, and all kind- of
M asieal iMtrumMts repoirad. fb7-rf
ITunUerH, OfiiocrH of Rall
ronil. Courts. Insurance
Cnmpnnies, Elr.,
"0l LD CONSULT III KIR INTLRKSI
bv kariar their BLANK BOOKS 'nJ
ALBERT B . T A V E L ,
A ST 38 V X I O X STREET,
Who w rrrl k M UeKriprkm of
BLANK WORKoftk Rest ITorlimanshln
ana Material, iif flREATLT TtTOlfCED
BRlCES. feb!7
Notice,
If HILLMALISTHR HAS AvmiDKAwN
I'l . frnm tfc firm af ALLHK .1 I1IT.I. Mr..
AL13THR.
UIIO. C. AI.LK.V A CO.,
Witt MMtittue ttiUiitN uutfaririiwn anHt.
Mti mmm )1 lwUilns of the late trm. and t.i
wiMM ilato Mdte(4 ggt ke VV9jfit.
ISMWhHI UKU. V.. AM.IM.
immm, IVjIMLL McAUSTER.
NhviM. Feb.H. JT.
Otllae for Ueul
i R STRP.RT. BETYrEEK CIIBSRY
rwRM or
TAwyt. Apply to 0ir ft.
ont i mi e to ebtheir large st(ck of Iron.iNniw.
Bolt!. NuttfVVasHerHinaM. Wre. Anref,
unt Packing, Hoes, Trace Chnin. Steelyanl".
' -- - - r
FINANCE AND TKADE
.(lohl opened inNewYorc vesterflav "if
130J,waa 13GJ at 11:30; advaneetl to 13
at In30, atHl'-closcd at-J137 at'4.p.vM. Th
rale here was 135 buying and 137 selling.
Government securities are as follows:
fi-at. coupon. 'illTlllJ
at .enes, coupons , ll,wllH
l-av. :5d series, counoug. IW m(t3Z
i r'-aOs. new issue 1( OlUOVi
JiMUs 101101?i
' ,-W. l(lX,Wll(lli
T-atMd and ?d lfti10fV;
London advices of the evening of the
30th inst. quote f-20's at 74c. On the 20(1
these .ecuritie'Openrfl at'74?c, with an ad
vancing tendency".
Exchange o'n New Yb7k was taken by
the hanks at par, and sold at premium
Very liltle wasdone in unenrrent money
Bank of Tennessee was very quiet at 30c
Inlying, and 3oc selling, and we heard of
hut little changing hands at this rate.
Union and Planters' Bank notes were
scarce and in gooduemand at 85c buying,
and SGcselling.
Southern Bank notes were dull at the ad
vertised rates.
, . , . . .
nasuviue corporation checks were
batight at 10c discount.
Tennessee bonds sold in New York on
the 15th inst; aa follows : $10,000 - new at
85Jc.
The New York Tribune says in its money
article of Saturday evening:
" The demand fur government stocks' is large
...I di..t. Li, 1, : r . l i . . - : -
am. ciluuj . ufn iuq ucn lasiio ui u- ui im, 11174
naa jieen paid, ine conversions ot 7-JUs are on
the increase, and bv the 15th of August nenrlr tho
whole series will be exchanged. The general share
market is dull and lower, and a continual dispo
sition shown to clofc up by operations on the
bull fide. Tbe street is overloaded with shares,
which are still dear, basins their vnltio upon
their ability to pay regular income equal to that
derived from government stocks or mortgage
uonas. At no remote period they will move
again toward tlieir value as investment.
Mail advices from New York to the eve
ning of the 16th inst., report the supply of
loanable funds seeking employment in
temporory loanaasiu excess of the demand.
Call loans were easy at 5 lo 0 per cent., and
first class indorse notes were discounted at
7 per cent.
The exports (if specie'fnfm New York to
foreign ports last week amounted to 568,
49S. The following will show tlie.total
exports from .Jan. 1 to Feb. 16, -in-the
years noted:
18G7 S1.810.8S4 18 4.Ctfl.3f
1800 3,915,MS 1&.S 8.492.540
180.". .'i,9U2.1fci . 18.W.. XQ19.0ll
1804 6.SB.642 l&G 101.177
?t 7,-il3Zi HK iy.771
lSt-a fi,tWl.8S9 184 2.34i.5St
1801 723,570 188 l.Gtfi.CW
i860 Leaueo isk oii'
The total number of National Bank'3 es;
tahlished to date is 1,667, seventeen of
which have been and are being liquidated.
The United States bonds held by the
Treasurer in trust for National Banks on
the 10th int. stood as follows :
As security fur circulating notes...
Aa security for public deposit
310.3 13.4W
38,750.450
Total SS79.110.900
National Bank currency to the amount
of 5170,150 was issued to certain of those
institutions hy the Comptroller of the Cur
rency during the week, making the total
sum issued to date $301,465,010, from
which should he deducted $2,028,032 being
the amount redeemed, leaving the actual
circulation of such banks at this date $293,
S20.9S4. Fractional currency to the amount of
$555,000 was printed at the Treasury De
partment during the week ending the 10th
inst. The shipments of this currency by
the Treasurer during the week . amounted
to 3'JLm;ssz V, $100,000 of which was for
warded to the AasiRtant Treasurer at New
York, and the lemainder to national hanks
and individuals throughout the country.
The House of Representatives'-'doefl nof
seem to he in any humor to touch the
financial question. On the 18th inat., that
body hy a vote of ninety-live to fifty-six,
laid upon the table n resolution introduced
by Mr. Eldridge, instructing the Committee
on Banking to inquire into the expediency
of withdrawing the National Bank curren
cy, and supplying its place hy United
.States Treasury notes.
A hill abolishing the usuary laws of
Massachusetts has passed the Legislature of
that State, and becomes a law on the 1st of
July.
The Cincinnati Commercial of the 19th
inst. notes a growing ease in the money
i niarket. That paper says: "There seems
to be a considerable amount of money in
I the hands of capitalists idle, although mat
; te,rs work close in business circles because
of the lightness of collections. The fact
that there is capital on the street seeking
commercial paper has tended to keep rates
of interest from running to such extreme
points as they did, and there is but very
little really good business paper now that
can not find a lodgment as not to exceed 12
per cent. The money afloat referred to is,
in great part, such as is awaiting perma
nent business investment, such as would, if
there was a feeling of confidence in the re
sults of Congressional action as well in re
gard to civil as financial matters, find em
ployment in manufacturing and in the
development of promising new enterprises.
When Congress adjourns that confidence
may acquire strength, hut not fully unless
something positive nhall have been accom
plished in accordance with a sense of right
and with less taint of temporizing policy."
The Loudon Time of January 250, com
ments as follows on Ihe various fluctu
ations of the rate of discount in Europe
during the year 1800:
It is curious to oontrast tlie rate ol discount at
the iirinripul monetary centres GrHurbpe Am
sterdam. Berlin, Bruwels, Frankffrt. Ilambuiv,
London anil I'aria during IS;. AtAmsterdam.
the jear opened with per cent, discount rate.
In the second week of the year there was an ad
vance to fl'-S per rent., but in the eighth week
there was a tall to 0, and in the eleventh to f)i.
In tbeehrbteenth week tbe rate went to 0, and in
the nineteenth to G-. In the twenty -earenth
week of the year it further advanced to 7, sink
ing, however, to 6 in the thirty-second, Clothe
thirty-third, in the thirty ninth, r in the forty-third,
und in the fifty first week. Berlin
cuaimenred lSw with a discount rata of 7 per
rest which sunk to b in tbe eighth week, advan
cing, however, to .' in the sixteenth week, and to
in the nineteenth week. In the twenty-ninth.'
week were n a uil to , in the thirtieth week
to 6. in thirty se. iiHl week to 6, in the forty
fonrth week to and in the lt hrst week to
4 At Bru-l" there were very tew fluctnation5.
They may be rammed up as follow; Com
mencement f the year per cent., ninth week.
4: twentieth week. "; twenty-second week, 6:
thirty-third week. 4. and tbirty-ftijth week a. At
Frankfort the rather mora numeroaa fluctu
ations were CtraBMBOeeient of tiie year.TI per
cent., -econd week. 7. third week, fourth
weK. o :ercntn weee. leain wast,
tweiun
week. t.
t .- thirty
lortv-Crst
At Jiamburz there were no fewer than' thirty
one chaoses in the rate ofdifouat d Bring the
paM year. In tho Irst (.uartar tho tiact nations
were from to - pr cent in the seread pear
ler from SU to S.' j, in the third quarter from i
to ti' i. a&d in the foarth quarter from 3 to 4'.
At London the year opeaed with a discount rate
i.f 3 per real., which fell to in the eighth, and
to i in the eleventh week of tbe )ear. In tbe
eighteenth Week the rate r.e to 7. id tbe nine
teeath week t9, ad in the twentieth week to
It). Thu rate continued till the thirty-third
wek, wiieu it sunk tod, dx-lininK further to T in
tbe tlorty toarlh week, i in tbe tbirtr-fifth
week, and in the Ibmy-Mxth week It aflM
wanl MX tu in tbe thirU-ukitfa week, 4 is
the lorty fifth week, ami ' in tbe fifty tirst
weei. At Pari" diHWBt wa kept within very
moderate boud in MM, tbe yr ommencing
with 'iier ceet., trum wbtt'b there wata full tu
4Vj ia tbe vilh wek, 4 hi thtb week,
-tV hi tbe tvreMb week. 4 in tbe Nineteenth
wk.1kintb thirtieth. aJ : in tbe tbirty
ftftk week.
The New York 2W hf the Hth inM.,
my :
Ntwitbtt(MiUMH- theatr tbr eauAU4tJ
S-SUgold beattat hnd Up the TraWT. tfae
ptibtVc fund uH aeade S. rarthir JtwaJy a4raBre
tbriMwb the we. reverviw the ftaWftgM man
other Mork. aad pHrtieukrfflheniftwa) fbarM,
at the Stofk Exchange. Tbe f-208 of l5-W.
May asd nvember. coupon b'nd(, are now2
wec -i; nxiBiB weet. m mnjtoenBi
twawdrfh week. 7: twefilb-itxtE weak.
-tbM imt. & thirfr-MrfeTOBTt: l
walc. 4K. aatl lortv-sixni wK
i ' 11 i : 1 : r. 'j i ii1 n i i i i i ii ...I., i.. i. I,
parativcly scarce and in request on Friday and
Saturdnv. The new consolidating 5-Uft. Janu
ary and'July, have advanced Xt V cent in tbe
fame, lime. , . ' -
ThercVa.' an improved trade in dry good,
both foreiirn and domestic last week. The aire
tion sales of foreign fabrics went off with some
spirit. eneciallv for dress Roods suitable for
spring and summer wear. The export, move
ment or domestic prouueo also improved trom
the previous week, and we look for a further in
crease from the shipments of cotton, of which
New York has now a larire nnd constantly in
creatine stock, the receipts of the fortnight pat
beinsCO.000 bales.
The import entries for the past week amount
to 3o,i32,i.rw. against the total entries ot 9S,it,
2S6 same week last year. The export clearances
of domestic nroduce amount to S3.640.ftfO. 'against
j8,ui2C7 same week last year. The export of
specie amounts to S.i6o,407, asratnst Stt&.SNl same
week last year, Tbe customs forthe week are
2,7(6,000. The receipts of cotton, coastwise ami
by railroad, are ss..
The gold value of the import entries of foreign
merchandise at New York since July 1, 1SW, the
beginning of the current fiscal year, are officially
to freb. 1) and semi-ouieially (since) report ea a
follows the entries of foreign specie being omit
ted:
Total since July 1 ..
Against same time last years. -
.1S7,130.1K
i . 188,003.289
Decrease since July St2.93S.04ii
The currency value of tbe exports of domestic
produce and miscellaneous goods from New
York, ineludins foreizn articles re-exported
since.".Iuly, 1, 1Srt. are aa follows :
Total sinee July 1 S101A52.286
Against same time latyear- 1j6,Ss2,iSs
Decrease since July 1 $&,3VI92
GENERAL MARKETS.
Nashville, Feb. 20.
Cottox. The cotton market was not
very active to-day, and sales, in conse
quence of unfavorable advices from abroad,
were made at a decline. Some 239 lwles
weresold, as follows : 51 at 272. j ; 0 at
1C; 1 at 20; 0 at 23 J ; OS at 27 ; 21 at
27(ro27.3; 1 at 10; 28 at2127$; 17 at
27; 2 at 27; 10 at 23; 7 at 241c per lb.
The bulk of the sales were at 2727J.
Bales.
Received 3
Shipped 509
Cork. The receipts to-day were 9733
sackB. Sales on the wharf at 9:?95c, de
livered at depot, ?1 00.
Oats S085c per bushel. Choice se
lect seed, black oalg, command the latter
figure.
Hay-$2Gi7T$27 per ton.
Bacon. The market is dull, and.hltts
little is coming in at present. The demand
is very light. No change in prices.
Groceries. Market active, and sales'
liberal, at yesterday's figures.
Receipts per Hull.
N. & D. Railroad, Feb- -'0139 hales
cotton, 6 sacks dried fruit, bags cotton
yams, 30 do bolting, 4 stands tar, 0 sacks
corn, 16 Backs oats.
N. &.C. Railroad, Feb. 20. 03 bales
cotton, 20 sacks raga, 2, sacks feathers, 4
empty beer barrels, 2 stills.
Hy the River.
Steamer Starlight, from Wulash 9735
sacks corn, 020 sacks oats.
Southern Cotton MiiriLetv.
Chari.fston. Feb. 10. p. if. Ootton inactive
and uuchanged.
Mobile. Feb.18, noon. Sale TiV) bales; cotton
quiet: middling? receipt for two day?
1791 bales.
Montgomery. Ala.. Feb. 13. But a limited
business was done to-day, we continue to quote
the market nominal at 252fl, buyers paying tho
tax.
AtmusT.4. Ga.. Feb. 17. Tbe market was verv
dull to-day, and lets active than on Saturday,
with a decline of l, cent, yet a good many bales
changed hands. e quote, as a basis, middling
at 30, and strict middling at SOU cents. The of
fering stock was still light. The sales woro 303
bales and the receipts lot bales, 'ihe stock on
band in Augusta and Hamburg to-day amounts
to 1S.2.M bales.
.Macon. Ga.. Feb. 13. There was but little de
mand for cotton to-day the advices from Liver
pool, received at a lato hour on Saturday night.
having shown a sun lurtner decline in tlie mar
ket and though middling upland continued at
'ic., yet buyers did not entor the market as
noiaer were asmng zo cents ior ine ueiier
grades and as a consequence, but few sales took
nlace at that figure.
Coi.PMP.tJS. Ga., Feb. 1C. The feeling in our
market yesterday was slightly better, but the
rices remained about tnesame say .ii cents lor
liddlings. The inquiry was rather better than
on the dav urevioui. but the offerings were not
so free. The stock on hand amounts to 13.543
bale-.
MARKETS HY TELEGRAPH.
New Yorlc Money Market.
Nrw York. February 20. Alonev uncbanzed.
Oold firm, closing at Early dealings in
railroad shares were at lower price, and market
very unsettled under violent fluctuation in la-
ciGc Mail. At first open board tbe eenerai mar
ket was rather ruore steady, followed by a tirmer
feeluiB. Alter boarl J-.ne ropo to and Bi,
Y. C. 110K. which stiffened the whole market.
The creat feature wai Pacific Mail declining
whir-h tnu attended with increased excitement.
Stock opened at 137, fell off to 134, but afterward"
rallied to 133. Miscellaneous suarcs an lower,
but rather steady. Coal stocks ouict and een-
ernllv unchanged. At 1 o'clock board Pacific
Mail declined still further, scllinir at 13(rK. the
dividend beins but 3 per cent, which is 2 per
cent lower than any dividend declared bv the
Comnanv for many years, has had the ctlect or
depreciatinc stock. At M. board I'aciuc sold
town to witn large transactions.
St. Louis Mnrbet.
St. Locis. Feb. 20. The demand for tobacco
continues ugui unu airiuiiy iucui. eeu urui ui ?r
lbr soft Missouri. Flour quiet. Wheat steady:
prime to strictly prime $2 752 80, choice 32-8S
2 Corn firm, (mixed (yellow 87S7. mixed
i'l. i i !.! I I. 1 . rl .
white Sl452. prime to choice white &mm.
t'iiiciiinnti SInrket.
fiixcis-KATi. Feb. 20. Cotton unchanged. The
large falling off in receipt at NewOrleans, tele
graphed to-day, make holders firmer; middling
2929'c. Flour and grain unchanged, and but
little done. Whisky quiet at S2 25. Provisions
dull and without change. Mess pork S20a20 2".
Lard 12c. Bulk meats 7H, u10.but no de
mand for any but shoulder?. Bacon quiet at i
ll12Mc for shoulders, sides and clear side,
liiiiter dull at2330c for prime to choiceccntral
Ohio roll, and 33025 for western reserve.
Oold KM'!: buy ne and 137'4137 ie inc.
Exchange steady, par buying and 1-10 premium
tiling.
Foreign Markets.
I.oxnox.Feb. 20. Evening. Consols closed at
Oil for money : 5-20s 74Vi ; Illinois Central U:
Illinois Central, extra. 78; Erie 3S.
Liverpool. Feb. 20. Evening. Cotton closed
quiet with sales of 8000 bales of middling up
lands nt ltd. Wheat and corn quiet. Bacon
'is per cwt. for middles. Tallow 43s and Gd per
cwt. Lard 50s and 3d per cwt. Ko?m, common.
H nnd dl. Petroleum Is and bd.
Now York Dry Goods Market.
New York. Feb. 20. Tbe activity in the cot
ton goods market has partly subtideu in conse
quence ot ine severe snow storm, out mere is a
fair enquiry for calicoes, which bave been re
duced m price. Standard sheetings are scare
and firm at 21422c. Prints range from 11c to
20. Domestic woolens, nnd foreign fabrics dull
nnd depressed enough.
Sen York Market.
New York. Feb. 2i). Cotton is dull and
heavy, and nominally unchanged : 3233c lor
middling uplands. Flour is n shade firmer and
not much doing; S3 fO9 ' for superfine State:
.'JVaS SO for simerfinn Western $Q 85(310 7fi
for extra We'tern; $10S5i312 for choice West
ern : 10(911 W for extra round hoop Ohio : and
11 Cr12S5 tor trade brands; the market clos
ing quiet. Whi-'kj quiet and without change.
Rye dull.
WIXO.TOBEY A CO.,
Corner lhlon anl Clierrv- St., Ojiposlte
Hank or Tennessee, itauiiert, unrt
Dealers In Gold, Stiver, Govern
ment Nioclis, Compound Intercut
A'otei, I.nnil Wnrranas and Sor.lticrn
Bank Notes.
1.03IVO PRICBS THIS BATE.
Buying Buyuy
U. S. Bondi. ,a.l 10" ,0ld. 1JC
-a& IK e ies 'ft 1W
anve
ver 127
" 2d ' 'til 187
.id - "65 107
NewtJun JC JnlR,. li
H.-ilin lfl-lA' 103
LASP WARRANTS,
40f. wnrl:12i 40
,8 - " $ IA
120. " tia
lftfl. J14-1
160. not 1812 iU
Aoc7-:30iilst seriea'W't
June
July
Sd
105
3d
I9i Hpxmems UAr. .vrrrsg.
Cuop. Int. o$e.
SMft: 'lesntit - ST)
). le.t
Joly '
A05
Get "
Dee "
May. ISSa
1
dated fl m
ll4Plsnten Bask &
lis iormg ur. x urta
lit iBitnK flbaUannon 10
113 I " KiMxviH V
111 i " Mid Teas to
Aug
Sept "
tvt
TeBn BmJ
" Coupon"
Li.NK ft tax ree
1W i " WeotTasB 4
lfl" I " Stielbyville a
HwHlCity Bank :'.
tjl iammanHil Banl.
'.8 ISbathern Bank V
Certer3tun6eriii to) ILife 4 Oen lasOo W
Alo tbe highest iHc ltd for ail kiods of
BotHhern Bank Note. I'rtttlvd Prtc li far
ntbed when desired.
W M are mei.li.no L. S. Revenue Stauii at tiv
erament rate of Div ant.
t'tt ta lint 2 ier runt dK Proore 1 FraRM
lutotSper cent dK Swfcierland J-5
fit per
tolmiOt per cent Ui. Betghiu ) 1 ddtlar
Jlaj-y
N. . Exrhange.I W pr. orruaST.
Cincinnati " pt1' Brewes 81 It I'tjpl
I jiuiaville " l.lrinr.i IPbaler. tw:.
IffM
Memphis " . irrem. BliulJle3l PrtN
Small Draft 4 " I ian TMlefc.
KreWm Hxebanfre 'MantehJnl S1H
HogUnJ A 9fi HO per - PmaK9GMHn IM' UDe
Ireland V one twtaad i AaeftjarHSgrl UiMor.
Scotland t StefHrtg.MfWtPJstNiiif' cheek 'J
fT ierMK dtaeoBBt.
DepoMtf reeeiv-eirchMt MletioM aude on all
Acveib4e poio&'
OSkm boar.T a. a. to 5 r. v.
' t. ZlAJk T 4llf5
RIVER NEWS-
ARRIVED.
Feb. 20. Starlight, Wabash.
Nashville, Cairo.
DEPARTED.
Tyrone, Cairo.
fc A Baker, Up River.
J. L. Graham, do.
The river is still rising, with 10 feet
water on Harpeth Shoals. Heavy rains
again Tuesday night.
The Starlight came in yesterday from the
Wahahs, having a barge in tow. Her carj
go consisted of corn and pats ?l
The Nashville, from 'Cairo? got in last
evening, and will depart on her return trip
to-day at 4 p. m.
Capt. Batcman's fine boat, the Tempest,
left Louisville on the 19th for Nashville.
The David White. A dispatch was
received yesterday from Memphis, an
nouncing the arrival at that place of Capt.
D.C.Kinney, of the David White, badly
scalded. The same dispatch mentions the;
death of Dr. H. B. Shaw and Mr. Smitb
wick, the clerks. Another dispatch places
Mr. Story, one of the Engineers, among
the killed, and another, Rufus Toons the
mate. These were all Nashville men. It
is believed that the boat is a total wreck,
though of this there is no definite informa
tion at the time we write.
The Emma Floyd is due here to-day
from Cincinnati.
For Cairn, St. I.ouN, 7leinitiN inul
Xew OrleiulH.
milE SPLENDID PASSEXOEU,
1 Steamer. NASHVILLE. Wilev
biuus. Master. Joirxxv harper.'
L'lerK. will leave as above on hu kmiai . tiie
21t inst., at 4 o'clock p. m.
ror freight or passage apply on board, or to
CORBETT & BOYD. Agents,
II and 42 Front street.
W. A. PEEBLES, or
feb'J)-2t HARRISON SONS. Agents.
HIKRIS, Mil t.I.R & CO..
SI! INK, BKI.I. & CO.,
Meiuphi. Tenn.
Cincii.nriti, Ohio.
BELL, HARRIS & CO.,
NEW ORLEANS. LA.
Cotton and Tobacco Factors
AND OKNKRW.
' 0 ill .H I S S 1 0 . ftl K R0 II A N T S.
REFERRING TO TIIE ABuVE. WK RE
srecifullv solicit consignment', from our
friendi. Reapectfullv,
BELL, HARRIS i CO.
REt'KREXCF.S.
Mear.-. Stratton.CheneriRoy, Nashville, Tenn,
Messrs. Beaumont S: Co., Clarksville. Tenn.
D. N. Kennedy. Em.. "
Oen. R. L. Uarutbers, Lebanon, Tennessee.
Gcorgo Burnler. Hartsville, Tenneffiee.
deci;7-Jm
NEW STORE
AND
GOODS,
F. L. DATTES & BKO.,
JEWELEBS,
(MAXWELL HOl'SE.)
Corner Church and Cherry Streets,
I.. HAVII.S BEOS LEAVE TO INFORM
. bis friend, and the inililif aenirllv nf
Nashville and vicinity, tbat.be lias dmmencej.-
tne
JEWELRY BUSINESS
Again, having associated with him bis brother.
W. II. 1IAVIES, formerly with Mensrs.
Itull, Illitek A- Co., New York city.
We aro now receiving from New York a largo
and choice lot of
WATCH KM. JEWEIJtY,
IMuiuoiiiIm,
Nllviir Ware.
Plated Ware,
ami Fancy Goods,
Direct from the Importers and Manufacturer?.
Our entire stock having been purchased at ths
II.OYVKNT XKV CASH IIATE.S.S
Will be offered upon tbe most reasonable teria.
All goods are warranted
Stx-ictly DFii-Ht-clusN.
An examination of our. stock isrespeetfully
solicited.
Watch Repairing and Jobbing.
This Department of our business we prvpo'e
making a SPECIALITY, having secured the
services of gome of the Guest workmen in the
country for that purpose.
F. I.. IAVIKS.
declfi-tf
W. II. ItAVIKS.
Removal and New Interest.
Xr rilEKMAW A CO. HAVE PUR
fV . chased of W. P. BANO. Jrr. bin interest
in the tirm of DORMAN A BANU. and removed
their stock of WALL PAPER to the spaoiou
MUSIC HOUSE,
MASONIC TEMPLE, 81 CHURCH ST.
The two branches f busine will be kept
distinct. The
MUSIC A I. I E PA KTM EST,
conducted by R. Dorman and others skilled in
the business, will be under thenameand styfeof
DORMAN & jFItEEMAN.
THE
Wall Paper Department
Will beconducted by N.T. A R. R. FREEMAN.
Our OILT WORKS, MIRRORS.
PORTRAIT AND PICTURE FRAMES.
WINDOW SHADES.
VENETIAN BLINDS.
ARTISTS' MATERIALS,
French anil American Pletnrr las,
; LOOK I NO OLA8S, PLATES, ETC.,
Iiure been removed to
78 North Cherry SI reel,
(Colonnade Building.)
Where onlftwltl be rrbmptlfr attended fa by
L. K. FREEMAN. J. W. ORCHARD, end W.
R. FREEMAN, with other competent workmen
Our olor partner. W. FRtfEMAN. will re
hi.md in Pbiladelpbiii. Pa., to purchase god.
fcr both houe. We hope to Veceive. ana will
do our bet t merit h mtinuiHire uf the i ulili
pstronaje janz. -tt . t nt.t..i..- v co.
LEA & PERRINS'
CELKBRAIED
W0R,0ESJERSHRE SAUCE.
PRONOLNCED
ET
LXTltAlT
of a Ltttvr from a
MEDICAL UEN
TLKMA. at .Mad
ra. t.i bn brother
at W.jk rar.H.
CO.V.VOItiKI'KH
TO BS THE
OMY flODD S.DlT
aad applicable to
May, (M. (
rim that (heir
.SAI OK
H bltchly tersd
in India, and k. m
my opmiin, the
mot paktaMe af
well ax the mmrt.
wboleomii HiCCE
tttaVitrnnJe."
to
IIIMII.
The uccm uf tbU mot delirioUMBd unrKl
oondiment having caused laaRT uninl:
ilul.M f .tit.lv f h nama tn Hvtrninxta
POVNDfl. the I'LULIL' IS KESPKI'TftriLY UIKl RXSK
Htsn v reuueted to ee that f he name of LEA Sr
PERRINS re upon'tbe W RAPPER, LABRL.
STOPPER aud BOITLE.
Manafacturail by
LEA A- PERRINS. Worcwrte-.
JOJIX IHLVCA.VS hOJVf.
New Yoke, AaU for tbe United State,
oetl! lyini
2STEW
mm
OITY SHOE STORE
bo6t anb shoes.
.NO, 114 CHURCH STREET,,
XASIIVTLLE, TEJS'N
X A S H Y I Ii Ii E
mmm works-;
KASIIVILLE.
HYATT, GRIGGS dr MOORE.
UAXBFACTHRKRS OP-ALI. KINPS OP
Agricultural Implements.
The nixie Corn and Cotton Plow,
AfiREAT AND ACKXOWLEDOED IM
provement on anr cast Plow ever before
offered to Southern Planters nnrirfi!l.l ;n
capacity, lightness, durability and eheapne',
by any cast Pluw in tbe world. Also.
WflOlTflHT-IItOX and STF.EIi PLOWS,
. C0RN-SIIELLER3.
HORSE-POWERS.
STRAW-CUTTERS.
Hollow-Ware of all deaeriiitioru. such Ket-
tlet Pot, Orens. Skillets, etc. All klwh f t
UK dak NAliK. manufactared by the mM
iui pro veil machinerj- Braw and Iron-boa ml
Buckets. Paib. Tubs. Churn. Water Can.
Tanks, and Cedar Chests of all m,
Having the latest improved Machinery, ami
unequalled facilities, we are enabled so furnish
everything in our fine at tower rates than any
manufacturers in Northern. Eastern or UVlwn
cities. Everv arlirlo warranted.
liv.vri', uitKJtis t .M4t(iin.
janlWui
CHANCERY SALE
OF
$.-(),()0( or Xoles nml other Assets.
Mrs. Lucv A. Ifestman et als. vs. .1. O.
Uriflith etaln.
IN PtTSUANCK OF A DECREE OF TIIE
A Chancery Court at Nashville in the abore
cause, I will sell to tho highest bidder, at tbe
tmirt House iler in .Nashville, at 12 o deck, on
Tnoidny, February 20, 1S07,
All tbe unJleoted NOTES. ACCOUNTS, Htt
CBIPTS AND JUDGMENTS beloningt the
firm of J.O. Griffith & Co.. em buying all the
uncollected assets of the Union eod American
irjntine establishment prior to November 28,
SuG. subject to nil the rights and euuitie nttnrh-
intt thereto, and without recourse to be hadnnan
said firm, or parties in interest under them, in
any manner whatever.
Persons desiring Information as to these assets.
will please call on the members of said firm at
tbe I luion and Dispatch office.
TERMS Under SltiO. Cash: over that amount.
ereditsix months, the purchaser giving note
with approved -ecuntj.
aiukiua a. nun liLi,.
feblS-td Clerk and Matter.
KEEP INSURED
NASHVILLE
C0MMEKC1AL 1XSUKAKCE CO.
Olllce In tlie UultitiiiK of tlie Uank
i.r ine union.
(Mt'l'tML Alii. IjL(t ltV
"I'lILS COM PA NY, ESTAUIilSIIED IN lt
1 insures Iluildinirj. Vessels, in port. Mervhan.
d(e, nouwhelj Furniture,. aad othw preprt;,eu
me moel lllrtrsl tnu. Hre, illnrmi, aad Uiliu.l
risks tskvn at lowent ratea.
tftTLeMM HWrslly HiiJiHtnl and promptly pld b)
tbU t'Muny.
HI KECTOHS-
II. ('. McNaibt. JxufH Wooph.
Jmj. Kiusman, SI. Burns,
u. r:. iiu.iMAS, Jxo. 11. Kis,
W. II. Kv&ns, ItoBrKT Tiiourwn,
HUSH Dl UKrA, JA3, 1'. IklBSUAN.
3. N. Mackt,
It. C. McNAIRY, Pr)lriit.
. E. V. IllCKS, aecratary. Kp9-6a
ROWLAND. SPERRY & CO
Cotton Factors,
COMMISSION MER(!IIAAT.S
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
Aitcnl'.fiir flip Friiiikllti I'ncliiiy,
NO.
10 .WEST SECOND STREET
nwixxATi, onto.
10NSIONMBNTS OF
corrox,
, - TOltACCO, ; t . :
nitiKO fki'it, i:ic,
Solicited, and liberal "CojiIi" advances made on
the panie.
! IKIH'UMI, NI'i:itlCY A .
,nnv28-SfB
K.M Iii:KH(K Iv J It
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Of
C If It.
Olllce Over Aliinm ExpreHs,
CHURCH STREET.
rm.ii.;w. .siMitMKd,
an22-lm l4iiernl AkciiI.
HKRBIY J. DJJDfJJV.
Architect.
SPECIFICATIONS AND WORKINU DRAW
O INtlS. made with or without uperintendance
Office, at the Maxwell Hoiwe.
RVFERKVCES.
JOHX OVKRTON,
W. D. Fulton.
. v!7 tf
U. W. JdYilH.
J. J. MeOANK.
R II. East.
8T4PFORD, 2KB.
JOYCE & STAFFORD,
COTTON AND T0BACG0 FACTORS,
AKtt
Commisaion Merchants,
ISO. Union Str?'t,
ni:v oici.ki.vn.
(JPKCIAL A'rrBNTION PAID TO PILLIKU
O orders, aodk berat Cab oiva4 mud n
conrixnmenli. (deeflfBi
Talnable City Property
F O IE S A !" E .
B VIRTUH OP DMUKBE UP OHA'CHKTT
Court, tb Prwtrty uti the comer ilm-
rerritr awl W ittnukw asd noere JM
tre, beltwiM to tbe aMM of Mw R. 1.
f .i.mn. i offered ivraAle.
Itim iupMtl- ) wilbitt mi buadred anlcf
the. South NaebrUle Street Rmteewl, t f4i
antlr and elitiblr M44d. coattAu near four
acre , aad will be titt m a body or dfandt Im
b.tt
'fTie re idenre i a cmf irtabte ttume muMb
in eigfet ruoBM. bwMbB Itttcbe ami MiihOM.
The -ale will be made free hum radeBMtu,
and ua a radit of ix, twelvo ami eighUCD
m .ntb, uu.tft ba cum iif 10 par aoat. to baid
in OMk. 5tea wib air08UieiiMM nW
reiirl od a Hon roUHcad.
' Applr to tu BBdorMiritoil ob tb. pfoeaitw. ft
at ' r N irth Cby tfH.
J. II. clmRav.M.D
)inU-tf
ExccuIor'M Notice.
IpTICE IS I1KRRKV OlVRN TO ALL
IN .fttrtie irnlebled to tbe lte Prlc MMtar-iM-k,t
eorae forward ami par hr hKle4itrd-
tef. asd t all (Nirww (mvinc "fT. f
ia to ate Ibe -ime wrtbin tbt lime pf-"TlJ
y law. .r thev mil t.e f -rever to;J
r . u. nnnjinn,
Mi 1.4-1 ta Kiwolw at FnMtle McBBtyric.
y.Off.f.ICOPFKIl BIOV.SK
AND OTHER VALFABLK PRDPKRTt
AT JPKIV-A.TK SALIC.
OTtCREftJ OF T1IH,
niiiijirtU
llMtM, OV
usuer attvtl:
rononr.
pAm4ow HT WTPult,
to.
aoa apintealiaa (
MORTON B. HOWELL.
Citric aad Matter.
febl
TrTa.Baml .MuraHt
forafinliL
u ir IT ml TThMa
r , 1 1 1
J . . M ?
m 3 n -fci is
z i t i b j 3 rrr
CD
I V3 O
look on r van rargaixs
IN
B()0rrS AND SHOES.
F. H. FRENCH,
NO. 21 IMIKLIC SQVAKI?,
(PKNS THIS DAV AN KNTIRH NEW
W stock of
CiiMloiu.lIa(IcnootM:uul Shoes
which he will sell at Pani Prime. Tbe in wat
ot goml. durable. ylih wort will flatl tbew at
Ereatly reduced price.
Olil Sl.ck Set II ii K i.ess Thau Cowt.
miv24 tf
CIOTHI wa.
A l.nrKt nml Klrjriuit Stock f
Of superior make and wUty, iay b Hmm at
the Store of
GEO. B. ABBOTT,
NO. .'IS COllEGK JiTKliBT,
iNear the Sewarwa Hk.)
OVKHCOATN.
IIIT.SI.VKS.S NIHTJ.
PAXTS AXtt VESTS, " '
FIXE nilSKH SUITS, E
Alio. ? large stuck uf
t'rencli mul IlnlUli
Cloths, Casimeres and Vestfofs,
Carefully selected from the stork of tbe ffe.
ilal import en, whi.'h will be made up to ordnt
At tbe head of the
iiraiiuractiirliii; Depurniicnt '
We bave a Cutter of approved exceHenooi .
will guarantee that style, fit and r irltmnaaala
hall give entire fltH!krt!on. An eTBorioaee ot
nearly TWENTV YEARti in tHdyia ti'
wauta ami tasted of the eitiieiH of Nufavm,
warrac. s the awurance that avorybody willtaM.
Kmli to plea'e them at
no. sa coi.i.i:oi: si iuiur.
We offer, alse, a forge tork ol
BOYS' CLOTHING,
Made to order in lomeof Ibe bet uMoblUbEBonM
in New ork stylish, well made, uad vary r4
"onable in price.
FINK I.INKN .SIIIRTX,
Of the best manufacture.
II.NDi'.IlNIIIUTN A.l llltAU'KKS,
Uidlr. Cravatu, Sock. (J lores. Etc.. Etc.
UFAK I J. ABROTT,
decSI-tf ng Collvirp NUeel. .
EDWARD s7 JONES ,
Wliolcsnli. itnlcr In - '"
3? A 3? ZED JEb9: :
. 3 Iun Block, Public 8quar '
' NASIIVII.I.IU TENN.
I
HA,VIN ESTABLISHED MYSHLP PKR- t
iHneftty in Nasbvills. I take pleowfe iW-.
informing Printer nn4 PubtUhwa, aad 'Pa mi
dealer nenerally, in thia ami .KOoltifn SnV,
that having perfeeted arraNfefflenM wilti mir
of the leading itianufaetnriM intbe Ntrtik, I mti
be ennhleil at all time to Mttupby tbata at rt
Hiable rate with nil iualitl of Auk j
News Paper. Flat Cap. Letter. Mttfrilla. t'UMrwt
Paper of every variety, etc.. etc. AIM. a 6 (hi
stock of Priuters' Ink aUays on baftd. Onleav
from conntry Puhltohen ami Htatlrmers aolleitod
and promptly attended to.
Uinenfr. Beenvfax, Feather, and alt kind of '
country llarter purcfia'ed.
Hlehest market price pabl far Cotton, WftoWfl '
and Liniey Raga. lefeKMf
A. i. WARRTV.
i. I., H'SitWY.
WEAKLEY & WAR KEN,
NO. II MlltTII COM.KI1E STKEIJI'
NASHVILLE
TKHW
A.VD
wiioi,i:nam: aa'd iticrAiii
DEALERS IN ALL KlKM Of '
I'Altl.OIC, ii..miii:h,
III.MMI IIOIIM. IIAI.U
mill OFI'ICK t 1
fueniture;
DISUDING,
Nl'HINO, .
MUSS, -
COTTON....
ANI NIItK li MATntJlVSlWjn
Frexhaad Ameriiati. ' ' s '
WINDOW GIxAsf;.
AU tjMM. , , ..i
.smi.vtii) ami ritovri:i ounHi ' " ' '
I.OOXINO-GI.A&mS, ,u .i. .? I
I.OOUINO IAiS PIiATHW.ete.
ItTP IV V1T1'
SPECIAL A'JlEMIOKJPi
II our Hoe. Iar. and well '-"irtd SI
iMnrozr
Ooodi. W Mtend to tr Mat soom
Lr foanl fn wr market, aad oaar "B
aU to ixiho-rs aw wiM arwhi It if
tar-t to buy Ireai . a.
4
WEAKLEY 1 WARKKK: .
) 11 North Cnllevo -t , Nrflla, Tafcrt.
at. 17
It O X R B E , i
itca mr
Mil. B. W. AfOHtiAAT, j
HAS REMuVCD ILLS' LAMi XJUt
rat tofk of fiOriTS A.VnSUWBK
i, North Market tn
NO. Umw HniwT 1'NION KTRUfTT, -
Where be w4H b 4m-1 to e hit oM rViaittr '
a Hit a KetieryM HiWia. ile tote ki H ia
bwt stock of litMhbi, ahd at a low f h4 aar
regular bou Iw the rity. ,.,i ,
Y-k W- MO HO AN de4f- ta Mt el MtmW
at bit aew plaee t hiawm". i.outolr
tossy lody fttoadn. iiwt33-lia
ROBERT' L. CARUTirERS; JR.;"" '"
Jk TTOB A li V A T i X .V , .
:nabvillk. tkxk
to
rBKICK QVTIR TUB tUTlOM JaAK, Ah
y j Wsmi oMec of Carat bw A Caoiiar.
Proaaat Ktlatio riv to tbe CultoaMoH of
CtolMM,
tkaSt-Jtai
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