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NASHVILLE UNION AND AMERICAN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1868.
UEION jLND AMERICAN.
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BEEN, AMD WHAT NEXT.
O Tho only alteration necessary in our
election tables of Yesterday by later
news, is the substitution in tho Grant
column of California with five votes, and
Kansas with three, for North Carolina
m&ninc, and tho transfer of tho latter
to tho Seymour column.
If subsequent returns do not chango
ttiis result, tho Electoral College will
Grast, - .....................
Grant carries every Northern State ex
cept New York, Now Jersey and Oregon.
Seymour carries every Southern State
that was permitted to vote, except South
Carolina, Tennessee, Arkansas, Missouri,
Floiida and West Virginia.
Every Southern State carried by Grant,
if afiland fair expression by all the
voTors had been permitted, would have
chosen Seyuionr electors, and if Virginia,
Mississippi and Texas had voted untram
melled, he would havo carried them also,
making with his forty-three Northern
votes, one hundred and fifty-nine
and thus leaving Grant with one hun
tired and fiflyeiyht, or in a minority
of one in thcElectoral College.
c It may be thought profitless to put
forth such calculations as this, but
pointedly indicates a fact, the great and
significant fact, that a Chif Executive
has been chosen by ferco anl fraud,
But for tho tyranny of reconstruction
and its appliances in South Carolina,
Florida and Arkansas, tho infamous.
registration systems in Tennessee, Mis
souri and West Virginia, and the exclu
sion of Virginia, Mississippi and Texas
altogether, because they declined to
willisgly submit to cither; every
one of these tates would have
voted by large majorities for Sev
inour anl Blair. This combination
of forco and fraud for the accomplish
ment of this very purpose, has been tho
xhief end and aim of Itadical legislation
for three years and-a-half. For it, they
have kept the Union from tho peaceful
and prosperous restoration provided
the Constitution. For it, they havc'neg
. leclod important legislation .demanded by
tho national interests of the country,
For it, they havo emasculated tho Exec
iitiveof his powers, and endeavored to
eject him from office. For it, they havo
squandered, as a corruption fund, hun
dreds of millions of the people's money.
They have succeeded in securing tho
great object rf all their usurpations
the control of the Executivo ilopartmcnt.
And yet tho American people, full'
cognizant of all these things, and with
right and justice thus shamefully abused
before their eyes, intend to acquiesce and
submit Great, tolerant and magnani
mous people ! If there is one under
Heaven capable of self-government in so
far as self-control under tho perpetration
of outrages, can do to, it is this people.
But whilo forbearing and advising for
bearance, tho thoughtful man cannot
avoid asking himself how often can this
dreadful experiment with a people's pa
tience be safely repeated, and is not the
Presidential election of 1SGS a fearful
P. S. Tho dispatches this morning
indicate that South Carolina lias gone
I.ET lS HAVE I'EACE."
The New Orleans Crescent says :
A friend of ours, reco ntly returned
from a trip through fc't. Charles parish,
tolls us that he rode thirty-four miles
through the parish, and in that time did
not see a woman or child. On asking
the reason of this, he was informed that
the negroes in tho parish had assumed
co threatening an attitudo, that for their
own safety the defenceless portion of the
population had been sent to the city."
This stactment will apply to other
portions of Louisiana. It may not be so
bad in other portions of the Soutb, but
there is a growing feeling of insecurity
all over theso States. ' Threo years,
go," jays the National Intcllitenrer
"comparative quiet and order existed in
the South. All this violenco and disor
der has been deliberately stired up hy
Itadical emissaries for political purposes.
Can we imagine anything inoro truly
ditbolical ? All over tho South thcro
is insecurity and alarm. No white
family is safe for a moment. l ery
mail nearly brings to us accounts
of some fearful atrocity, murder, and
rape by these negroes. When wo con
sider tho provocation, the humiliation,
"'wrongs, and min of tho Southern peo
ple, all needlessly inflicted to satisfy
Radical malico and cupidity, it is really
wonderful they have borne it as well as
they have dono. That they have done
so is due to their earnest desire to liavo
peaceful relations with the Northern
neonle. to endure patiently whilo evils
were tolerable, in hope of relief from j
returning sense of magnanimity and jus
ticc. That such a stato of facts as above
stntcd should exist in America is a deep
disgrace. If it had occurred ten years
ago in Poland or Italy, under Russian or
Aos rian rule, all parties here would
havo united in denouncing its authors as
mow west vlkcinia was (me
i:ii:i. The pcoplo of Tennessco can appre
ciate the tyranny and usurpation by
which West Virginia was carried for tho
Radicals in both the October and No
vember elections. A correspondent of
of tho New York Herald, writing from
Wheeling beforo tho October election,
stAinl thai iho southern and eastern
counties arc tho strongholds of Grant
There the uumbcr of tho disfranchised
oa account of active service in or public
public sympathy with tho rebellion is
counted by thousands. Tho registers
have unlimited power, and they usa it,
nlwavs hnnnens in such
cases, they abuse it. Reports arc com
iusr in every day from the south and east
f rim Stato. affirming the oxistence of
tyranny on tho part of tho registers.
Permission to voto is refused to parties
who were strong Union men during tho
war, but who now wish to voto for Sey
mour. There is no appeal from the de
cision of tho town registers ; or, at least,
an appeal is une'o-.s. Tho count' board
of registration always sanctions tho
ilnns of its inferiors. Tho Winchester
HhICS shows how the State was carried
in Ojtobsr by a reference to tho farco of
holding Hie. election in Omrlestown, Jef
ferson WjThat paper says .
J.L had" ariropportnnity of wit
g&. VJnirfdlUyC) Tins
tween five and six hundred votes. Tho
registration books this year, as furnished
to the supervisor, contained tho names of
fifteen voters; all told. Those were, of
course, deemed loyal. Tho polls wero
opened, tho election progressed, and at
sunset cicven patriots had exercised tho
privilege of tho ballot. Tho Rads mado
mistake, however, in calculating unon
so largo a proportion of loyalty in that
district, for only two of tho eleven voted
tho Itadical ticKet, It was.themost farcial
of all tho election farces ever ensctcrt in
West Virginia that 'bastard offspring of
a nolitiftal nnn '
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RADICALS INCH ISO NEGROES TO
It appears that Smith, tho bolting
Radical in tho Memphis district, had de
termmed to carry his election by fraud
and forco. Ho is charged with import
ing negroes from Mississippi and Arkan
sas to voto for him, and with attempting
to get up a riot in Memphis on the day
of tho election. This latter charge is
made by tho Bulletin, ono of the Radi
cal organs in Memphis, and substantially
by the Superintendent of Police and the
Sheriff of Shelby county. But it seoms
his diabolical operations were not con.
fined to Momphis. The Bulletin cf tho
1th inst. makes this revelation in regard
to Smith's machinations :
" Capt. Estes, of tho twenty-fifth United
States infantry, returned to the city last
evening Irom urand Junction, with
portion of tho troops who were dis
patched in tho morning by General
Granger, to quell the riot at tho above
place, and which was gotten up by
gang of one hundred armed negroes be
longing to the Smith clique. Theso
Tiotcrs who, according to the testimony
of leading citizens of Grand Junction,
marched down to tho polls with mus
kcts on their shoulders, under regularly
appointed officers, and took forciblo pos
session, jno white man or colored sup
porter of tho Hon. Mr. Nunn was allowed
to approach the polls, and no one was
allowed to voto unless he displayed
Smith ticket. While they were actin;
in this riotous and outrageous manner, a
rumor reached tho place that a special
train was en route with United States
troops on board, and before Capt. Estes
and the men of his command reached tho
depot at twelve o'clock, a general stam
pede had taken place. Tho arrival of the
troops was heartily greeted by all the
law abiding citizens of the Junction, and
Cant. Estes was fully informed of all
that had occurcd. He at once commenced
a searching through tho houses of tho
negroes, and soon a largo number of
leaded muskets were brought to light
which were piled, and a guard placed
over them. Capt. Estes then informed
those who were said to liav 'taken part
in tho riotous proceedings, that unless
they behaved themselves, ho would ar
rest them, and place them also under
guard. This bad tho desired ef
fect, and all declared that they
would conduct themselves in a peaceful
manner. At tho same timo they pro
tested that they had delivered up all the
arms in their possession. This, however,
proved to Ifo untrue, as Captain Estes
brought to light about twenty muskets
more, and a quantity of ammunition
which had been hidden under tho ties of
the railroad track, his information bcin
received from an intelligent colored boy,
Theso wero also taken possession of. Tho
presenco of the troops had a most salutary
ellect, and tho election proceeded with
tho greatest quietness until tho poll:
closed, at tho regular hour in tho cvo
ning. At the earnest request of a large
number of citizens, who feared another
riot, by direction of Capt. Estes, Lieut
Hugo remained ovir night with ten men
to prevent any disturbance, and at last
accounts everything had passed off qui
Here is Radical testimony of a delibe
rate riot on tho part of Gen. Smith to
bring about a riot, or drive his oppo
nents from tho polls. The band of
armed negroes who took possession of
the polls, refused to allow any one to
voto who did not show a Smith ticket.
The only demonstrations looking to vo
ting and disregard of the laws in the
Memphis Congressional District, wero
mado by the supporters of one of the Rad
ical candidates, as is shown by the testi
mony- oi ono oi the uauicai papers in
Memphis, and the Superintendent of
Policoand the Sheriff of Shelby County.
If it could bo shown that such outrages
had been committed by Democrats, tho
Radical press would set up a furious howl,
and many of them would grow eloquent
over tho assumption that a " now rebel
lion'" had been inaugurated. Can theso
journals, in common honesty, ignore
these evidences of lawlessness on tho
part of leading Radicals in this State?
IS liKAXT A lEJIOCKAT? CI HIOl S
The New York Hound Table is a liter
ary paper of considerable ability, but of
strong Republican tendencies. Some
time sicco it urged the importance of tho
election of Grant and of making his
majority as large as possible. But it
appears to have arrived at the conclusion
that he might fall back upon his old De
mocratic professions and aduinister tho
government upon the principles of that
party, in tho event of his election, for in
tho last number of that paper immedi
ately precedcing the election, it says
"Grant has always been a Democrat ;"
that his "habits and sympathies are in a
broad sense Democratic ; that " many of
his most influential adherents support
him on the express ground of his being a
Democrat and that after his election
"he will become more Democratic than
ever.'' From this it appears that at least
some of Grant's supporters were expect
ing him to disappoint the Radicals by an
exhibition of his early as well as matured
political principles in the administration
of tho government. It appears that tho
Bound Table is not alono in entertain
ing tho opinion that Grant will disap
point tho Radicals. In a speech at Crest
lino, Ohio, on the 2Gth ult., lion. C. L.
Vallandigham said :
"Now. my Republican friends, I have not
said anything against Gen. Grant in this
campaign. 1 have not dono it for a pur
pose. Ifhei3 fit to bo Prcsi.lcnt, long
beforo his term expires 1 will bo found
supporting him. honostly and cordially,
against tho party which expects to elect
him in November. Loud cheers.)' And
you will hare no right to cry out, "trai
tor" against him ; you will havo no right
to talk about his Tylerizing, or his Fill
inorcizing, or his Johnsonizing you. You
nominated him in Chicago ; you put a
platform a .something called a platform
into his hand ; you asked him for an
acceptanco of it, and ho accepted, and I
daro say ho would have accepted tho
Democratic nomination too. Laugh
" But ho took care in his letter of ac
ceptance to say that he would not pro
claim any policy. He did not consider it
advisable to do so in advanco of tho
election to say what he would do when
ho was elected. Now, I pray you to
remember that I told you on thi? :!6lh of
October thai General Grant will reject
the mad, fanatical, revolutionary Radical
leaders of tho organization which put
him forward, if he proves true to the
Constitution and Union of our fathers.
Ljud cheers. If ho will restore to
this government its harmony, and give
back to tho peoplo their rights, North
and South, 1 will bo found among his
cordial supporters, becauso I will bo
found in opposition to tho Radical party.
" Why will ho be an antagonism to
the Republican party ? Because ho will
be in antagonism to their unjust ineas-
urcs. tint remember, -my iiepublican
friends, you are electing him with your
eyes open. VY hen you old, Whigs elected
Tyler, there was nothing-said about what
ho would do. lou expected him to bo
committed to the policy of the Whig
party. When you elected Fillmore, ho
was no Damocrat, but in four months
alter his election his chief reliance was
upon the Democratic party. So when
you nominated Johnson, which you did
because no was a bouthern man. les,
you did ; you did not know oven whether
ho belonged to tho Ku-Klux Klan or not.
Loud laughter.J But ho lived down
South, and you wanted tho odor of na
tionality about your Vico President ; you
wanted a southern man, that it might
introduce a little leven into your North
ern body, lou lound Androw Johnson,
and you know ho had been a Democrat :
and you Knew ho loved tho Democrats so
much that Republicans and Whigs bad
beiore.ume denounciu him as a ilema
goguo wnicn is another thing from a
Democrat, and you elected him. ,1 did
not voto for him, because my suffrage was
for an honest son of Ohio, Gcorgo n.
"You mado Androw Johnson Vice
President, and Some ono says that God
Almighty mado him-President and it is
not for me to settle disputes of that kind
I leavo it to thoso who may havo timo
to discuss it but just as Johnson has
refused to follow your Radical projects,
and as you havo denounced him, just as
surely will you bo denouncing Grant on
tho 2Glh ot October, 1SC9, if ho shall bo
elected President. And then, too, we
shall havo tho satisfaction of saying that
wo did not elect him."
SItmOEIl, NOItTII AM) SOUTH.
A few days ago wo suggested that a
record carefully kept would show that
about tho samo number of murders aro
committed in tho Northern as in tho
Southern States, whilo that section was
wholly exempted from tho influences
which lead to much the largest portion
of the murders committed in the South,
Wo find that this view is sustained by
the Now York Herald, which treats tho
subject as follows :
" Wo havo been mado familiar for
long timo past with stories of frequent
murders, violent assaults, displays
forco to interrupt political processions in
the Southern States, negroes assailing
whito men even unto death and white men
assaulting negroes. This is all tho na
tural result of tho Radical system of re
construction. Tho reconstruction laws
were the basis of a war of races. Wo
cannot, therefore, bo surprised at the
fruits. For example, white men in open
day murder Randolph, a black member
of the bouth Carolina .Legislature
black men in Louisiana hunt down
whito man, chain him to a tree, threaten
him with death, and the result is a gen
cral fight between negroes and white
men, ending in tho death of thirty of the
unfortunate blacks and two whito men,
So, also, at Jefferson, a city situated
little above New Orleans, tho old police
force and the new one appointed by tho
Louisiana " black and tan" Legislature
come into collision upon the latter at
tempting to assume authority. Where
fore ? Because the new organization
composed, in largo part, of negroes, who
it appears, go heavily armed through tho
streets, displaying that effrontery which
always characterizes ignorance invested
with authority. A newspaper offico in
Alexandria. La., is also sacked by
mob, whether whito or black the dispatch
does not state : but that it was never
theless the result of collision between the
races we may safely assume. The latest
murder is that of four men in the streets of
New Orleans on Saturday, in a fight
between two political clubs. From
various quarters in the South wo hear of
similar conllicts, which make good tho
prophecy that the reconstruction laws.
whether "unconstitutional, null and
void,'' as they havo been declared by tho
Democratic platform, or not, are certain
Iy provocative of much mischief, anarchy
and bloodshed, bo much for tho bouth
orn record of murder, and wo havo not
noted the half it. But of tho murder
record of the North ? Perhaps if w
wero to strike a fair balance thcro would
not bo found much difference after all
The apparent difference is that homocid
at the South is invariably p it to the cridit
of politics, and in exciting times like
these there is much made of it by parti
san newspapers. o arc told that
one county in New Hampshire thero are
now awaiting trial no less than five mur
derers. In our own city homocides aro
almost as numerous as the nights in th
year. New England furnishes, according
to the record, nearly as many murderers
in proportion to the population as tho
'The moral of all this is that whil
Radical reconstruction cannot check tho
progress of crime in tho Southern States
but rather fosteis it, so Now England
Puritanism cannot elevate the moral con
dition of its people above tho use of th
knife, the pistol and tho poison cup. Th
cause of tho increase of murder in the
South is to be traced to tho war of races,
tlie inevitable result of Radical policy.
In New England it belongs to the war of
bad passions, to irrcligion and intemper
ance. No plea of political exasperation
can bo put in there for everything is se
rene and pleasant in New England : no
military Governors.no offensive negro su
premacy, for New England takes care
that tho negro iskept in his proper place;
no disfranchisement of white citizens ex
ists thero to provoke conflict and to keep
men's temper up "like quills upon the
fretful porcupine ;' and yet, with all the
hideous reports of murder and violence
in the Southern States, slid as they are,
it would appear from recent statements
that wo are not much better off at tho
North than our neighbors in that wretch
edly m sgoverncd portion of tho connrty.''
wkm. noxi: unoitniA!
Right nobly has Georgia takon
tion among the Democratic States,
carpet-baggers and scalawags so
acred the "reconstruction" of that
State as to elect a Governor of their choice,
but the people aro repudiating this blot
upon tho fair Gimo of tho Empire Stato
of the South. They refuse to be handed
over to the Radicals. The Atlanta Con
stitution of the 1th inst. says:
"Tho returns from tho election in this
Stato indicate a vciy largo Democratic
majority. Ve think it will fall but lit
tle short of 30,000. This is, perhaps, as
much gain as wo ought to havo expected.
Thankful for this, wo shall keep steady
to tho front, head erect, and faith unsha
ken. Wo arc on tho right line, and tho
tiiumph will in the end be ours."
Titoi'ic:.i: ix tub itAtur.n. r.uip.
Judge Honk is one ol those men who
arc always spoiling for a row of somo
sort. The "Senior Editoi" of the Knox
villo Whit published a card at tho open
ing of the canvass between Houk and
JIaynaid, stating that the columns of his
paper would not seivc as a conduit for
personal abuse of cither candidate, but it
appears that somebody has been permit
ted to mako an assault on Houk through
that paper, which the Judge character
ises as follows :
A Caiu. I simply wish to say to tho
people, thai tho article in tho Whiy of
the :10th, oinc out too lato (o bo an
swered beforo tho election ; of course I
mean tin assault upon me, under the cap
lion of "Stcapi'intj Votes." livery
word in that article relative to my po
sition and what my futuro action may bo
is so utterly repugnant to the known facts
of history, tliat tho writer knew ho was
penning a falsehood when he did it, and
every ono who knows me will endorse
this sentiment in their hearts, if they do
not so openly declare. As soon as my
courts aro through, I propose to open this
whole question, and compare my loyalty
with that of mv accusers. I have not,
nover can, nor will abato ono jot or tittle
of my Republicanism.
ii. u. HOUK..
It is evident that Houk intends getting
after somo of his Radical brethren with
a very sharp stick. Ho knows a great
deal about tho mean acts of which they
havo been guilty, and he should enlighten
tho public on these subjects. They
havo abused him without stint, becauso
he dared to oppose ' Maynard, and ho
should now pay them .back with inter
est. Wo shall not be surprised if ho
i n A tt at? ttwp nriTn CTirrtT a nx re
r x Aii v Ainu uvuas vjx xaj a. u i,
A between Dr.'Fall'a Church and Vanxhall
street, abont two weeks aso. Tho finder will
be amply rewarded by leaving tuem with A. J.
emttn, iron store, i o. os iiroad street.
NlSIIVILLE COUMEnCULl.NSCEANCK Crt..
Nashvillo, tvovember5, 1863. J
A DIVIDEND OF SIX PUR CENT. ON THE
SX. amount of the Capital btock of this Com
pany, was this day deelarod payable on the 10th
mst. is 1MUUK.S, secretary.
novo lw BJ
ASSIGNEE TRADE SALE.
A XARQE LOT OF BOATS'. 8IIOES AUD
XX. lirogans will be closed oat this
Friday Jloriilujr, November 6lli,
Commemcing at 10 o'clock, togethsr with an
assortment of Drygoods, Notions, etc., at tho
A...l!nn r.n.1 fmm.mn (In,,..
nov6 It 10 North College street
AUCTION! AUCTION ! !
PEREMPTORY TRADE SALE OF BOOT
X bnoes and Drygoods, by
ALBER1 : 8EI3MAN
87 Public Kqunro,
On FRIDAY. NOV. C. at 9 o'clock i. u.; also, a
special lot of Ladies' llatj. This ii a good
chance lor -Milliners.
Theso Goods aro Froe and desirable, and will
be closed out posmvcley to tlic highest bidder
FURNITURE AMD PIA1VOS
TEATMAN. SHIELDS & CO. WILL SELL
1 Saturday morning,-November 7th, at 10
o cloek.a variety of new and secondhand rurni
ture. Carnetinzs. China. Stone and Glassware,
Matrassc?, etc. Also, two splendid Rosewood
1'ianos, 1'earl and Ivory Keys and rearl inlaid.
One of these instruments took the Premium nt
an Exhibition in New York.
Great three days trado saloon Tnesdny. Wed
nesday and Thursday, 1' th, 11 h and 12th o
November, IS63. nov6 2c
The Last Notice from the
Water Tax Collector.
Office or WateeTax Coleector.
Nashville. Oct. 31. 1503.
TN CONSEQUENCE OP THE FAILURE OF
X many persons, wno nave oeen caned upon to
pay their Water Tax, who aro perfectly able to
pay, but who seem utterly indifferent to the
matter, 1 shall, on the lint day of November,
commenco shutting off the water on their prem
ises, street by street. This Tax is for the last
six months of the year ISoS, and past due.
novl Iw Water Tax Collector
rpllIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE. THAT ON THE
-- 31st day of Octobor. A. ii. 1SGS. a warrant
in bankruptcy was issued nzainst the estate o
of W. A. Jones, of Nashville, In the
county of Davidson and State of Tennes
see, who has been adjudged a bankrupt on his
own petition ; that tho payment of any debts
and aclivcrv of any nronertv beloneinc to such
bankrupt to him, or for his use, and transfer of
any property by him, are forbidden by law; that
a meeting of the creditors of tho said bankrupt,
to provo their debts and to chooso one or more
assiimees of his estate, will be held at a Court
of Bankruptcy, to be holden on the 23d day of
November, a. v. ib&s, at ss o'clock a. m., at tni
office of the Register in Bankruptcy. Nash
ville, Tennessee, No. 73 Chorry street, before
Alexander!;. Bradley, Usq- Register.
K. R. OLASCOCIC.
no-. Git U. S. Marshal. .Messenger.
W. 0. COLLIER,
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w repair the sntae Wo also buy Curled Hair,
Mo5 and Cotton All persons buying mat
tresses to sell, will find it to their udvantnee ;t
(five us a call. We haveany quantity of Hackled
Shucks for fillinit undcr-beds. etc. Wo will pay
cah for i!M 0 O rounds clean coin shucks, de
livered to us at No. 275 South Cherry street.
octC lm COLE ibON.
HAVE FOR RENT DURING ME ENSU-
crty, on favorable terms:
All Elcsrnnt nnnlcil. on the Southern
border of tho city, containing eight acrc3, frith
email buck cottage on iw suiiuuiu iur rcsi
ence. Possession riven immediately for re
mainder of the year, if desired.
Adioinincr th Minve. a splendid Garden
Spot, with twelve to twenty-five acres of land.
at me option oi me renter, vuua tuiuiuuuiuus
oct23-tf Qor. Cherry and Union its.
CASTLE ROCK COAL
Will bum Inmrenm.1 cive moro beat and less
Soot and Ashes than any other ooai in tnis
TRY ONE LOAD.
Leavo orders at tho store of John Morrow
Son, No. 55 North Market street, or at tho yard,
No. 190 Cellar Street.
WJIi W. MOUItOW,
WM. LYON & CO,,
m. 25, SOUTH MARKET ST.,
TTAVE ON HAND. AND ARE CONSTANT-
X Iy receiving, a good stock of best
Kentucky Iron, Axels, Sprlngx,
Thimble Skeins, Wagon boxcs.Machine.Carriage
and Tire bolts. Hubs. Spokes, Felloes, and all
kinuot wagon material. ve also Keep tne cele
MILLER STEEL PLOW
and various other kinds of wrought and cast
Iron Flows, btrawL.auers.uorn bncllers, linors,
Sash, (llass. Axes. Shovels. Chains. Nuts. Wash
ers, Horseshoes and Nails, (various brand?,)
(Irindstones, Pumy Chains and Tubing. Buckets.
Tubs, Ccdarwaro, Stoneware, Fire Brick, Land
and Calcine Plaster, Hydraulic Cement. Salt,
Lubricating UH, anu a general stocK ol
Farming' t& Jlcchmiicnl Implements
and materal. Also CLOVER. TIMOTHY
IIKRUS AND BLUE ORAS3SEKD.
Wo call attention of ritizens to KEDZIE
PATENT W Axis 11 r 1 LTE It, seTeralsiies suit
ablo lor lamiiies, scnoots. Hotels and saloons.
Highest market price paid in cash for feath
crs, beeswax, ginseng, dried fruit and flaxseed.
WM. 1.XOS A CO.,
No. 25 South Market street,
iii A. :
IS. E, Corner Walnut and Water its.
Liberal Advances made on Shipments, an
careiui auccuun given to uiung crucrs.
T. J. TARBROUGH.
Lita of the "Kir a of Woakley Jk Yarhrouftli
FI.OITK AM) I.KIUOILS,
AN II IS
Domestic Produce Generally
NO. 21 SOUTH COLLEGE STItEET.
to rrni: TjAdtes
really Reduced Prices
E & J NORTHMAN'S
DEI I300DS EMPORIUM.
No, 20. Public Siuare.Jnear College f
'E BEO LEAVE TO ANNOUNCE TO
tho Ladies and buvcrs cenerallv. that we
have this day
Further Itetlucctl the Prices
in all kinds of Dry tiooits, and offer our
entire stock of
Empress Cloths. Poplin, all Wool Plaids. Silk
and Wool Plaids. Mohairs. Alpacas, at exceed
ingly low prices.
Client Dress i.ooits a
Wool lllnnltets oo.
all Wool, 81 Oil. to 81
Opera Flannels very cheap.
jr cciiih. All
7.1. Shaker and
Our stock of
is complelo. and comprises all the best known
brands of Bleached and Brown Muslins, 'lick
ings. Checks, etc.
Persons visiting our establishment will, find
only first class goods, at most acceptable prices.
All those who wish to purchase cheap, may give
us a call hml convince themselves.
E. X J. NORTHMAN,
oct2T-lw ' 20 Public Square.
Xotlce to. Short- Cruise III Hnnkr lintry
rrlilS IS TO OIVE NOTICE THAT J. W
1 Harday, P. It. Calhoun. S. L. Calhoun, J
A. Lcath, M. D. L. Edwards. Mason Walker, E.
II. Sellers. Wm. Majors. David Uillam. E. M.
Earnest, W. Orindstaff. T. O. Pcaco and S. E.
Belcher. Jr., all of Wilson county, Tennessee,
havo filed in the ofBeo of the Clerk of this court,
their pstitiom lor discharge, nnd it was there
upon i.rdereil by the court that a hearini; be had
upon the taiLe,
On (lie I Itli liny of November, ISGS,
at tho hours o! 1(1, 10Vi.ll. 1U4 12 1,
15. 2. 2'A. i' 4 and 4'A P- respectively, at
the offioeot A. B. Bradley. Esq.. Register, in
tho Courthouse in Lebanon, Tennessee, and that
nil creditors who havo proven their debt.', and
other persons interested, may appear at said
time and place, and show.cause, if any they
have, why the prayer ol said petitions should
not be granted, and that tho second and third
meetings of sml creditors will bo had before the
Hcgistcr at tho fame time nndplnce.
E. R. CAMPBELL,
Clerk U. S. Dlst. Court, Mid. Dist. of Tenn.
Notice to Mum Cniite-In Basils riiptry.
'PUIS LS To GIVE NOTICE THAT P. 1.
-- Crutrbcr, Tones A- Shoeklcy. L. J. MngneEi.
W.N. .M.Ware. Thomas Patter, John Myers
Wade II. Mauier'on. Greek Brnwley. Wm. Bon
ner, John A. irowdcr and J. C- Uarretson havo
filed in the ollito of the Clerk of this Court their
petitions for discharge, and it was thereupon
ordered by the Court that a hearing be had up
On Jic liny or Noveinlier, lrilJi,
at the hours ol ! !)', 10, KH. H. H'S A. u.. 12
si.. 1. 1M, 2. 2', p m . respectively, at tho oflice
of J W." Johnston. Hsu... Register, in the Court
bouse in McMinnville, Tennessee, and that all
crcilitorswho have proven their debts, and other
persons interested, may appear at said time and
place, and show cause, if any ihey have, why
tho prayer ol said petitions should not be grant
ed, and that the second and third meetings o'
the creditors shall be had before tho Register at
the same time and place. ..,.. , ,
K. 11. CAMPBELL. Clerk
U. S. JJist. Court Middle Dist. Tenn.
. S. nOI.LtKS.
11. V. liUOTEK.
Eollins, Wright & Go,
BOO TS A2W SILOES
FUR AND WOOL HATS,
o.72 Enst Stele rnblicHiwnrc,
Nashville, T o n n.
WE INVITE THE ATTENTION OP
To our WW. AXX
TTlxxru stock of
Goods, now in store.
nOIHSN, WBIflUT A CO.
ang23 3m sp po
JInrf svllle. Snuiner County, Tenn.
First HonJajj ia September sal
T. M. PATTERSON. President.
Mrs. IDA PATTKItSON. Principal Musie nnd
iiasuiauv literary uoparlment.
AIRS. ELIZA BARKSDALE. Assistant Litera
B. M. POTTS, Pres-dent Board Trustees.
J.HUTCHINS.Treas'r " "
J. V. ANDttEWS, Sec'y "
fall Paper, Window Shades,
E.I C.. ETC. ETC..
WIIOI.ESAI.K fA.NI) KETAIIi.
WE WOULD RESPECTFULLY IN
form nur natrons and th Tinhlli. pti.
crally, that in conformity with an agreement
existing between ourselves and tho largest
Eastern Manufacturers of Paper Ilang.
Ing4. Window .MiKleH, Window ( or.
n'ef. etc, we havo established at thi3
place me only
Mammoth Soutoin Dapot,
for the wholesale acd retail of tools in thia I
line: and tbatwe are offericsgoods TO THE
TRADE precisely j
At Manufacturers' Prices,
with the EXPENSES OF SHIPPING added.
OUR FALL STOCK
is very large and complete, and we invito the I
pnplic to give U3 a trial before making pur- I
JOHN TV. HILL & CO.,
No. 22 SOUTH COLLEGE STREET.
Between Church and Broad.
WITHOUT A RITA I.!
THE- DIXIE FA113IER.
An Illustrated Weekly Paper.
Devoted to the Farm, the Garden, and the
IS PUBLISHED EVIKY TKCB3DAY AT
Columbia and Nashville, Tenn.
TERMS 3 A YEAR. IN ADVANCE.
Tut Dixm Firuzk is the only Wecily Agricul
tural raper in Tennessee, or in tin entire South,
and is equal to the best. Address,
my9 tf Columbia. Tenn.
COOPER, HAILE & CO.,
FOR THE SALE Or
C0TT0X, IMilEI) FRUITS, PK.VXUTS
AXD PR 1H CE EERALLY,
NO. 4? VINE STREET. CINCINNATI. OHIO.
Liberal advances made upon consignments.
C CD -A- T!j .
COAL! COAL! COAL'!
rpiiE TENNESSEE COAL AND RAILROAD
I Oomnanv havo completed all arraneemccts
for the prompt delivery of from 70TO to If'.COO
bushels of Lump Coal from tho Pewance Mints
daily. This Coal is fresh from the mines, and is
of superior quality, and sold at the lowest price
All CoalEoir.fr out ot iho yard H wcisthed and
sold at so much per bushel.
Tim SfTOnnrnrnaI is of snnorior aualitv. and
free from sulphur, slate, iron and impurities of
every kiiid. It is perfectly safe in Parlor Grates
and Stoves, and produces a groater amount of
neat irom a given umimat in uuui. ins
only of superior qualify for Parlor Grates and
Stoves, l.ut is decidedly better far Steam and
A. J. DUNCAN,
(Jen'I .Manaecrand Superintendent.
O-nrr Bank of the Union.
Coal Yald No. 2-J) Cedar Street.
COAL FOE" COOKING.
HOUSEKEEPERS USE SEWANEE COAL
for cooking purprses. It is better than
wood, docs not cn't half the miney. and will
never injnro your stove ; besides it is more con-
Thc Sewance Coal has been used for ten years
in fht mnrlret. Tr ia o nlp.lstiro in State that
there is steady improvement in the quality of
inevoai. uustomcrs win do prouipiiy rui'yucu.
and low prices will be universally maintained
by tho Company. octisim
Full Iron Frame With
Warehouse No. it. Fourleenth street.
HAVE BEEN PRONOUNCED BY THE
profession tn be among the best injtru
mcnts mado. First class premiums taken
wherever exhibited. Ueinff oneoi moiargesi
manufactures in America, (bavins mado and
sold 972 Pianocs in 1SQ7.) we are enabled to fell
at prices which defy competition, hend Tor
circulars and priceliils.
McClure's Music Store,
Wholosilo and Retail.
The undorsizned takes plcas ire in ann mnc
ine to the public that ho has leceivel unntnor
shipment, of tho Uinc3 Brothers Pianos,
among which is the "Parlor Beauty.' fcuiall
ized Rosewood case, full 7 octaves, round cor
ners and carved legs. This instrument, for its
line qualities of tono touch and mechanism,
attract alike the artist and amatuer. The low
prie- at which they aro offorcsl, placp them
within the reach of every one, hence they are
destined to bo the great lavori to of the public
My stock of Steinwar, Dunhim. eber and
Kraushaar Pianocs is large and varied, and are
offered at factory prices.
In Organs and Mclodcns. I deal in the llurd
cttsonly. which stand bclore the public without
Sheet miiMC and ;mall musical incrchjr.di-e.
in the urcntest abundance, and fold at lowest
rates. novl-lf J Ah. A. Mc. LURE.
T H E
Nashville Chair Factory,
WE DESIRE TO INFORM DEALERS IN
Furniture, and the citizens generally, that
our Chair Factory is now complete, and titled
up with all the latest and most improved ma
chinery, nnd that wo have in oar empl y none
hut experienced and skillful workmen. e are.
therefore, enabled to lurnisn Chairs, the manu
facture of which will compare favorably wnli
those mado elsewhere, and at
Prices which Tcfv Competition,
All Chairs made by us have our names tten
ccllcdon tho bottom, as jie aro not afraid to
!.ricbcWamined before I'""!
... t. v in Vrlh ('nlleere Street.
SA :r0'"V " Summer. MadUon and
the iiatronaito 'f dealers, and nil those who
wih to cncouras homo industry nnd entcr
wijii io ' enruuta. ur work and
B. B, , (Mil & CO.,
H. H. COOKE & CO.,
Kcxt Door to tho City Hotel,
jNjVSETVIIX.TS. - - - TENN.
iep!5 d&w2m from scpll
T- PI. Jones, & Co.,
Manufacturers and Dealers in
Agricultural Implements, Im
2'ovetl Machinery, etc.,
PRESENT "DODGE'S PERFECT PLOW."
as tho best for all purposes ever offered to
the public mado of the finest German Steel, of
superior finish, and warranted ia every respect.
They also keep constantly on hand at their
Southern "Farmers' Depot,"
tho best Improved At ricul tural Machinery, at
Manufacturers prices, including
Tlio rinest Steel nnd Cast Plows, Cot
tou CJiiiH, various sizes and patterns, includ
ing tho Celebrated GTJLI.r.TT STEKI.
BIIUSII PATENT, which adds from two to
three cent3 to the value of tho cotton ; Wheat
llrllle, Corn .Shelters, Straw and Teed
Ciitterx, Two Horse Wagons, When!
Fans nml .Seed Wheat Cleaners, Culti
vators, IlnrrouN, Donlilo filiovel.i, Ci
der Hill.s, Iteapcrs nnd'JIowtrs, Horse
l'liiicrs, 'Jhrcshtrt and Separator.
horgo Hitchlncs, CvnpnrnlorH. etc.
octlb lm diw
BRAnnON .t CO.,
Corner of Lower Sixth and Water streets,
NEW ALBAXT, INDIAN.! ,
Manuficturer3 of all kinds of AMERICAN
RAILROAD IRON, both for steam and horse
roads. Ro-rolling dono on short notico and on
as favorable terms as at any mill in tbo West.
IRON COTTON TIES AND JJUCKLESmada
10 order, an wore warranted o' a superior
tASit paid lor old rails, wroucht and cast
rcrap iron. loctil wlms.
X. F. t'beaira va. N. Smitlison.
TJURSUANT TO A DECREH OF TIIH
-L Chancery Contt nt Pulaski, in tha nlinvn
case, i win, on
fi.4TUltU.VY, NOVr.3IRF.ll !Jlsl, 1S6S,
sell at public sale to the highest bidder, on tho
premises, on a ctedit of one. two and three year3
with interest, tho property mentioned in the
pleadings. Known as the
consisting of a
Pour-slory Brick Cotton Factory,
with new and improved machinery in complete
running order, with steam power; a complete
fire-proof Brick Cotton House, casemated: a
SAW AND GRIST MILL,
with a good run of custom; a Framo Store
house and Lot. and a good Frame Dwelling,
with three rooms and all nocessary convenien
ces and lot attached- This property is situated
four miles west of Pulaski, immediately on tho
1-awrenceburg road, and very convenient to
schools and churches, and offers peculiar in
ducements to those wishing to invest in good
navine nronertv. Notes with rood seeuritv re
quired, and ;i lien retained for the payment of
ine purcnase money.
A. COX. Clerk and Master.
Pulaski, Tenn.. Oct. !. Ib63, wtdj.
CALKB F.. I8EC3TEC
D. GILES & CO,,
No. 41 College- Street,
HAVI.NU LATELY INCREASED TIIEIR
facilities in their Iron Foundry and Shops,
and added jreatly to their already large stock
of Pattern.-, are prepared to executo orders for
CAOTIXKS for Jail or Bank Vaults :
t'oliiiini null s'iliiMters for Store-fronts,
plain and ornamental ;
FIntco t ;liiin:i for inside of buildings:
Awialiifr unit I.iiiiii i'nit;
FlTHXArK ANI OVEJf CASTINGS.
And every variety of smaller castings.
Of every description, furnished and repaired at
short notice. Constantly on hard a
large supply of country
HOLLOW- W A H E
At Cincinnati prices.
IIAllltlSON & S0IT.
'15 and '10 Front Street,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
Steamboat ami Kailroail Agents,
milROUOH BILLS OF LAD1NO ISSUED TO
X all tho principal Northern, Eastern, West
ern and Southern cities by rail nnd waters.
A. 8. CoLYAIt, A. S. VARKS, J. W. NKWIIAJT.
Nashville. Winchester. layttteville.
COLYAB, IAES & CO.,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
WILL PRACTICE IN PARTNERSHIP IN
. l. : Pam.1. f T I.,-.-. 1 r .minlv
- IUU luriuua vju Li. lo .in.--.... ....... j
Tennessee. Prompt attention given to eoliec-
imns. lueir omce is in xno .Miner iiimn,
South side of the Square. FaycttcviHr. Tenn.
W. S. DUNNAVANT,
-tovriiAt'ioii ANI bii.di;k,
Kj Cor. opII oiifT. adClmbeelanii .llkt,
t , ,r..it.. :v.n si. nnlrnra triotiils
WOUiU r pptruiiuiu luniiw ........ ,
and tho public generally, that he has securet
the services of Mr. Uco. V. Hickman as Agetff
and Foreman, and is prepared to efccuto alt
kind of building and job wurk with dispatch
and in a wnrkm-inlike manner- Wctl
l . X MYERS.
J. V. SIURtTOO
MYERS & SHERWOOD'S
is K v no !.
No. Irt Oinrch .Nlreet,JcInvIiliU'i
Carriage, Buggy and lioneral Repairing done j
romptly. Express Wagon ma te to, order to I
usitnny bniincss ijiarinmitii jiuviibwiiow .
Gffica General Freight Agent,
Na'uriLLK Si Cihtt.vxooov jxnN.sviLi.i;
jt xviKTnwisTK. i.ni..u,
Nashville, Oct. U, 1SIH. J
l.MtEIClUT 1-U.MIIAI-1S.A1 lu nur..;.
JL will be tuado on shipments from Nashville
To 1 ompiils, New Orleans Sc St. Louis,
To all points on tha Mississippi ri.er. via
Through ratweiven and Bl Is Lading iued
only at this effiee. .vtiRnsnv
oella.tf ' " Gen'I Freight Agent.
life Insurance CeiapaB),
yb:'lG Maxivell House.
JOHN M. BASS-
Da. T. A. ATCHISON Consult Physician.
A Southern Home Institution.
3- Issues ill kind., of T.tr
XO. 2G SOUTH MARKET ST.,
Robertson County, Bourbon
Bec&f ied Whiskies.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND A LARGE STOCK
oi me ooove
In Bond and Free.
I Invite the Attention or the
TRADE. Samples Tarnished on Ap-
plication. ang22 3m
18GS FALL TRADE. 1868
Furniture and MattresseB.
WEAKLEY & WARREN.
No. 8 Xorlli College Street.
Manufacturers and Wholesale and Retail Deal
ers in Every ' anety of
IrIor. Ileil-room, Dlnlntx-rooni, Hall
Spriiifr. Hair, Moss, Cottou-top odd
Iiuli ln (.Insien. Window GInw, ete.
"XfTF. DESIRE TO CALL ESPECIAL AT-
T T tentiontoonr ilammoth Stock of Goods
for tho Fall trade, as we are fully satisfied that
an examination of our stock and prices will
convinco purchasers that we wil sell good goods
fully as low as they can be bought in this city.
or brought bera irom any otaer market, t-on-
sult your own interest by giving us a can.
WEAKLEY & WARREN.
We have about 190 boxes Window Glass tha.
we will sell at cost. sep3 3m.
W. IVIE WESTBROOK.
De. R. W. BEERS.
iSDITOBS ASD fUBLISBXBS,
Issued to thirteen hundred subscrib kly.
A FINE ADVERTISING MEDIUM AT
Nashville and Northwestern
ON AND AFTER WEDNESDAY. 16TH.
and until further notice. PASSENGER
TRAINS will run between Nashville and Mem
phis. Tennessee, and Hickman. Kentucky
Leave Nashville at 5:20 a. u , Accommoditinn.
Arrive Hickman at 11:30 r. if. '
Leave Nashville at 3:10 p.m.. Express.
Arrive Memphis at 5.30 a. ji..
Arrive llickman at 210 a- jc. "
Leave llickman 5:40 i. u.. Accommodation.
Leave Union City 7:20 A. it..
Leave Memphis&SO a. m., "
Arrive Nashville 11:45 P- it., "
Leave llickman 6:20 r.u.. Express.
Leavo Memphis 3:15 r.v.. "
Arrirn Nashvillo fi-SO a. v . "
Making close connections at MeKemia with
Memphis and Louisville Railway for Humboldt,
Memphis, Vicksburg. New Orleans, and all
At Union City with Mobile and Ohio and New
Orleans and Ohio Kailways lor raducaa, jaci'
ton, lenn.. Mobile, Ala.. Cairo, Bt. Louis, Chi
pnitn. nml nil nninLt Sontn and Northwest.
At Ilirlrmnn with AtUntla and Misiisslnpi
Steamship and Memphis and St. Louis Packet
Companies nrst-class steamers, lor an points
on Upper and Lower Mississippi ilivera.
It No.hTilln with NiuhTillfl and Chattanoo
ca. Louisville and Aunvme, iuigeneiu ana
Kentucky and Nashville and Decatur Railroads
102 miles shortest route to St. Louis.
45 miles shortest route to Memphis
45 miles shortest route to New Orleans.
Baxxngo checked tbrongh to all lm
Fnro sm loiTtfi tho lowest.
Tickets for sal at the City Transfer Office,
northwest corner Cherry and Church streets.
and at tho Nashville and Chattanooga llepot,
President N. C. R. R
A. L. LANDIS, Gen. Agent N. A N. W. R. R
BUY AT HOME.
IDE UNDERSIGNED, BEING FULLT
mnnrftt for mannfactnrin? bafill.
tl.knrH. lllliiiln. iniida and out. Pivot and
Stationary slats, i Tames oi every aesenpuon,
. . n : Kl.t. ..J nl
Mantelpieces. Mouldings of all kinds, Base
n n k i , . i .1 1 1 : 1 1 1 r. ui&iii kuu uiu.ui.hmii
Boards, Flooring, Poplar and Pine Ceiling
Plink. Weatherboaruing. and Building Mate
rial generally. Also, Builders and Contractors-
All at a3 low rates as can oe unporieu oi raou
quality, send orders, runciuamy ana ais
ntih r nitr hnsiness creed. Office and Fao
tory aojoiningiiasnviiie ana vuaiuiuooxa iw
.... . . i ... , r. . . U 1 1
road locomotive anops. i.eaariireet, nuaiuiK
III IIHI HL1J. g rUIAIILK.
Notice to Nliow Canse III Bankrnptcjr,
mine T? Trt niVK NOTfCE THAT JOHN
A W. Smith. L D. Moody, W. A. Sowell. W.
M. Pollock. R. II. Iior. Harrison 4 Kirk. IU T.
M.nli.i,, hnriil W. Allen. C. C Cummings.
.n I .1 T rnnnpll have filed in the office of
the Clerk of this Court tneir riTitioss tor dis-
ciiakge. and it was thereupon oruerea oy me
Court that a hearing tie nau upon tne same
On tlie "-SOlli Dny ot November, 186S.
at the hours of 3. 3. 3J& J. VA.VA.V..
and Mi r- il., respectircly. at otticeof A. S.llraa
lev Register, in Courthouse in springneldj
lenn-, anu maiau creanur. wuu iui.ihuih
their debts, and other persons interested,
miv iim.enr at said time and place and
show cause, ir any they have, why the prayers
of said petitions should not be granted, and that
tho second and third meetings of creditors will
be held at tho same time and place.
n. i Ktevaix xtcMXiu, vivif.
U.S. DisU Court. Mid. DUt. cf Tpau.
novl sunday33t .
Notico to slioiy Canse-In Iaiikrnplcy
'PHIS - IS TO GIVE NOTICE THAT JAMES
x A. Lucus, W. H. Martin.T. A. Anderson,
W. T. sample, J. Suddath. . A. Moaeiy, vt. A.
Whitwnrtli. S. Herrmans. G. Gilford. J Groves,
A. J- Crenshaw, B- Mabry and U- N. Miers.
havo filed in the oifieo or the Clerk ot this
I'niirt their nelliions for dischariro. andit was
thereupon ordered by the Court that a hearing
l.e had upon tho same.
tin the lGtli ctny of November, ItIGS
at theoflice of A. S. Bradlcr, Esq in the.Court
House in Uallatin, Tenntssee. ana that an cred
itors who have proven their debts, and other
persons who are interested, may appear at the
I said time and place, and show cause, if.aay
i they have, why the prajoroffiid petitions
should not begrvtnted. and that the second and
! third meetings of said creditors will be had- le
; lurethc Register.atthesametimeandplace.
E. R.CAMPBEI.L. Clerk,
oct 30-.1t l'. S. Dist. Court MULDjit. Tenn.
r " "
Middle District orTcnneaneo at Nash
ville, October 16tu. 1N6S.
HMIB UNDERSIGNED HEREBY GIVES
1 notico of his appointment as Assignee ot
AVaggoner Jt Co.. Jno. Ohly, Jno. U. Smith, 11.
Duwlcn, A- S. Edwards. J- R. Hog an and R. F.
Nevins. of Davidson county. Tennessee, within
said district, who have been adjudged bank
rupts, upon their own petitions, by the District
Court of said district. T T .
ALEX. A. HALL, Assignee.
OCce: 97 Market St. . ocilIaw3t
DR. JOHN BULL'S
Bill's Ceflron Bitters.
Arkansas Hoard From
TESTIMONY OF MEDICAL MEN
Stoner Point. Wnito Co., Ark., May 23, e
Da. Jon Tirrr.L n ar Slrr Last February
t was In Louisville tmrchaslne- drugs, and 1
rot somo of voi r darsapariUa and Ccdron
My son-in-law, who was with mo in the
store, bad been down with the rheumatism
for sometime, commenced on the bitters, .nnd
soon fttind his general health Improved.
Alr.uisc.'nrnonas een in dou neaun, irira
them, nnd he aUu improved.
Dr.C)flcc,whoha3 ticen in bad health lor
several years stomach and litir effectod
. . i. i .1 r i. : .
no impi 7vcu very raucu ujr mcusnuijuui uit
tars. it deed tho Ccdron Bitters has given
yon grci t popularity In ttia settlement. 1
think yi n could sell 3 great quantity of your
? . ,1,1. 1 1 lumvi,!). nf .-r... I '..
dron Dit era and Sarsaparilla- Ship me via
jiempnu carcoi uicseti a jeeiyf
C. B. WALKEl
Bull's Worm Destroyer.
TO MT ONlTEb STATES AND WORD
I have received many testimonials from Pro
fessional and medical men, as my almanacs
and various publications have shown all ol
which are genuine. Tho following letter
from a highly educated and popular physician
in ueurgia. uceruumy ubcui mo iuub Kai i
ble communications 1 have ever received. Dr.
Clement knows exactly what he speaks of nnd
his testimony deserves to be written in words
of gold. Hear what tho Doctor safi ot Uci l'3
WO KM UX3TR0 TEK :
VALtASOW,WAtXIlR COCKTT !
? June 29, I860
Dr. John Bull Dear Sir: I have recently
given your "Worm Destroyer" several trials,
and'lind it wonderfully efficacious. It has net
failed in a single Instance to have the wished
for effect. 1 am doing a pretty large coua
try practice, and havo dally use for some ar
tide of the kind. I am free to confess that 1
know of no remedy recommended by the
ablest authors that is so certain and speedy
In its effects. On the contrary they are un
certain in tha extreme. My object in writing
Sou is to And ont upon what terms I can get
le medicine directly from yon. It I can get
it upon easy terms, 1 shall use a great deal ol
It. I am aware that the use of such articles
Is contrary to the teachings and practice of
a great majority of the reoclau line of
M. D.s, but! sec no just canse or good sense
in discarding a remedy which wo know to bo
efflcient, simply because wc may be ignorant
of tscombination. For my part, I shall make
it inltto use all and any ineaus to alleviate
anile n lhumanitv whicn I may be able to
command not hesitating becauso soma one
more ingenious man myseu may nave learn
ed its effects first, and secured tho sole right
to secure that knowledge. However. 1 am by
no means an advocate or supporter oi the
thousands worthless nostrums that noodtho.
country, that purport to cure all mauncrol
disease to which human flesh is hei Please
reply soon, and inform me of your l3t turmi.
I am, sir, most resiiectfully,
JULIUS K 1 CLEMENT. VI D
A GOOD REASON FOJt TIIE OAP
READ THE CAPTAIN'S LETTER AND
THE LETTFR FROM HIS MOTHKIt
Benton Barracks, Mo , April Z!. us.
Da. Jons Bull- Dear Sir: Knowing Hi
efficiency of jour Sarsapaiilla, and tho heal
ing and beneficial qualities it possesses. I send
you the following statement ol my ease
I was wounded about two vears ag was
taken prisoner and confined for sixteen
montbs. Being moved so often, my wound,
have not healed yet. I have not sat i: a mo
ment since I was wounded. I am shot through
the hips. My general health is Impaired, and
I need something to assist nature. 1 nave
more faith in your Sorsaparilla than anything
else. I wish that that was genuine. Please
express me hair a dozen bottles, and oblige
Car. UP. JOHNSON.
P.3. The folio wing was written April 30.
1845, by Mrr..JohnsoB,;mether of Capt John,
Dr. lluti-DearSir: My husbanJ, Urea.
Johnson, was askillful surgeon and physician
in Central New York, where he died, leaving
the abovo C. P. Johnson to my care. At thir
teen years of age he had a chronic dlarrnea
and scrofula, for which I gave him your Sana
rarllla. Ir ccbid nm. I have for ten yean
recommended it to many in-New York. Ohio
and Iowa, for scrofula, fever sores, and gen
eral debility. Perfect success has attended
It. Tbo enres effected in some cases ot scro
fula and fever sores were almost miraculous,
I am very anxious for my son to again have
recourse to your Sarsaparilla. Ho is fcarf j!
of getting a spurious article, hence his wr,
tlng to you for it. His wounds wero tcrriblo
bat I believe he will recover.
DE, JOHN BULL,
Manufacturer andj Vender? of the; Celebrated
SMITH'S TONIC SIRUP!
FQR THE CURE OF
AG-TJE AND FEVER,
CHILLS A.IVD JTEVJEH
Thonronrlctorofthu celebrated medicine
Justly claims for It a superiority over all rtra-
eulra ETur uuniu mi uiq imuut. jue U1U SI11C.
certain, speedy and permanent cure of Ague
and Fever, or Chills and Fever, whether of
short or long standing. Ho refers to tho en
tlro Western and South-western conntrr to
bear him testimony to tho truth of tho asser
tion, that In no caso whatever will It fall to
cure, if tho directions are strictly followed
and carried out. In a great many cases a sin
gladose has been sufficient for a cure, and
whole families have been cured by single bot
tle, with a perfect restoration ot general
health. It Is. however, prudent, and In every
caso more certain to cure, if its use H cor.tln
ed in smaller doses for a week or two alter
tbo disease has been checked, more especially
la difficult and long standing eases. Usually,
this medicine will not require any aid to keep
the bowels In good order; should the patient
however, reqnlro aeathartlo medicine, after
hliMrt.k.ii thnvinr rmir doses ofthOTOnfe.
a single done of Bctl's Vegetable amlljr
PHU will be tnfflelect. . .
KB. JOHN BULL'S i-ruiciparuuice.
No, to Fllta, Cress Strttt.
All ol th a boys raatdHi for sal by
Berry, DemoTille &Co..