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UNION AND AMERICAN.
JuIIjr 6S; ScniLIYcettly 81 ; Wcchly 8a
FBIOAT. KOVBMBEB 13, I86S.
J joist resolution of an important
character, looking to the record of lion.
D. W. C. Senter, Speaker of tho Senate,
and licir-apparent to tho Governorship
upon tho expected resignation of tho
present incumbent, , was offered in the
Senate yesterday by Mr. Gate, of Ham
Wo were unable after diligent effort,
to procujc a copy of tho resolution for
publication, but learn that it was declara
tory of certain provisions of tho Pcderal
Constitution in tho last, or fourteenth
amendment; and applied them to tho
case of tho SDeakcr as determining; his
ineligibility to office, and with the view
ofcausinp; his resignation or procuring au
tho v.cation of his seat as Senator. This
is its purport as wo understand it. Thu
reason for wilhholding it from the press
we do not understand.
Its introduction caused a considerable
sensation at the capitol and in political
It is reported
that an effort will be
made upon the assembling of Congress in
December to pass a law amending the
Constitution of the United States so as to
establish universal suffrage throughout
tho country. It is by some such measure
as this that tho Radicals hope to force
negro suffrage upon the people of tho
North. Unless this measuro shall em-,
brace some disfranchising features, it
will be the death or Radicalism in tho
The Memphis Avalanche names Col.
John Baxter and Hon. Thos. A. K. Nel
son, of Knoxville, Samuel R. Walker,
Esq., Wm. "Wallace, Esq., and Hon. John
V. Leftwicb, of Memphis, as possible can
didates for tho Democratic nomination for
TIIK HYPOCRISY OF K.lllICAI.I.SJI.
Tho Memphis liuUctin, one of tho
Radical organs in Memphis, publishes the
following in its issue of the 11th inst. in
bold black type :
Our 1'i.attoesi. Wo highly commend
the spirit of magnanimity and forbear
ance with which the men who have served
in the rebellion, but now frankly and
honestly co-operate with us in restoring
the peace of the country and reconstruc
ting the Southern State governments
upon tho basis of impartial j usticc and
equal rights, are received back into tho
communion of the loyal people ; and wo
favor tho removal of tho disqualifications
and restrictions imposed upon tho lato
rebels in tho samo measure as tho spirit
of disloyalty will die out, and as may be
consistent with the safety of the loyal
Xow let us test the sincerity of this
organ of Radicalism by its own utter
ances. In tho paper from which we cut
this platform is a lengthy editorial on the
franchise, in which it comments on some
plain spoken words on the same subject by
a Democratic paper. An imprudent cxprcs
sionor two in the article in tho Democratic
paper is seized upon by this apologist for
usurpation and tyranny, to justify tho
denial to thousands upon thousands cf
ascood and law-abidins citizens as there J
are or ever havo been in tho Radieal
party, tho rights of which they have been
despoiled. This is tho justifijation
which the tyrant gives for his most in
iquitous acts. It was the shabby excuse
which the Radical members of the Legis
lature of 1S05-G-7 gavo for passing tho
franchise law, and for afterwards making
its restrictions more extensive. These
members pleaded in extenuation of an
act for which there is no precedent in
history, that the "Rebel papers" abused
them. A few of the journals opposed to
them in politics, criticised their course,
and perhaps their personal appearance
and characteristics pretty sharply, and
thoy august members of the Legisla
ture of Tennessee, a little kiuglom over
which an autocrat rules revenged thcin
solvcsby disfranchising nearly a hun
dred thousand citizens, three-fourths cf
whom probably never saw or heard of
the criticisms of "which these indignan
legislators for a kingdom complained.
The history of tho world docs not pre
sent a parallel case to this of petty re
venge and tyranny, And this Radical
organ which tries to inako a display of
generosity towards honoi&blo political
onnoncnts in its "platform ,' ape s these
i - "
very legislators in its editorial apology
for withholding from them their rights.
In its editorial this orcan takes the
ground that so long as tho disfranchised
demand tho restoration of their rights in
lanSagc becoming high-toned men, they
irill lie denied those rirfits. Here arc
tho words of this writer :
"Tou have no 'rights.' You will
never havo any rights, except such as
those whom you rovilo shall magnani
mously restore to you. Unquestionably,
you wish them restored. Why then do
j-ou do so much to prevent the restora
tion ? In ono sense, and in one sense
only, is the power in your hands. It
lies in j'our power to humbly accept the
situation, and thereby to regain for your
selves lionorablo privileges of citizenship
which you havo justly forfeited. You
can closo the mouths of your leaders; no
others can. Until they are closed, do
you not see that you are helpless?
You who are disfranchisi-d arc
not restored to your status quo ante
bdlum. You arc disfranchised for
rebellion. You have no more right in
tho Stato of Tennessee than alien resi
tlents. You aro not citizens ; for you re
signed your citizenship, and the Slate
enforces tho resignation l'or
your lost 'rights,' you must look to us.
Wo can restore them to you. Hut if you
insolently demand them, you oannot got
This language does lot ihimc very
well with tho " platform '' of tho same
paper. This " platform ' assumes a sort
of liberality toward " tho men who havo
served in tho rebellion,'- while th- edi
torial tells them that if they will hum
blo themselves and stop tho mouths of
their leaders, they may regain tho hon
orablo privileges of " citizenship ;" that
they have "no more rights in tho Slato
ol Tennessee than alien residents;" and
that if they " insolently domand " these
rights, thoy will not get them. Did
ever anything moro forcibly illustrate
the hypocrisy of Radicalism than tho
platform and editorial appearing in tho
same number of a Radical organ. Why
not state the caso plainly by frankly
saying to tho disfranchised that
whenever it becomes apparent that
tho restoration of their rights will
not endanger tho hold which tho Radi
cals havo iipon.tho offices of tho State,
then they will bo enfranchised ? That
is procisaly what is meant by the cant
about "tlic-safety of the loyal people."
There aro as "loyal people" in Kentucky
to-day, in tho Radical sense tooas there
aro in Tennessee, and they are just as
safoasthosoof tho samo political faith
in this State. It is-tru6, they are in a
minority thcrfflas ;iierc,iatsIlhcro they
cannot usurp power as they have done
in this State. It is simply a matter of
office with the Radicals, and when, they
profess a willingness to restore to tho
people of Tennessee tho rights cf which
they have -despoiled them,- but-that
fear for the safety of the "loyal
people,1' in such an .event, you may set
that down as --adulterated hypocrisy.
fear they entertain is that tho offices
havo usurped will be taken from
them at the first election that should oc
cur after tho disfranchised had been re
stored t-) their rights'. Never have
psoplc similarly situated, behaved as havo
tho disfranchised citizens of Tennessee.
They are required to bear fully throe-
fourths, if not nine-tenths, oJ-thfe'burdens
of tho Slato government, and this, exac
tion has beon made of them or nearly
four years, while they have been denied
paruupauuu m iu uucw.
trol of the. government. These burdens
aro griorous to be borne, exceedtngin
magnitude anything that had over been
imposed upon tho people of this State
previous to the inauguration of this grind
ing tyrannv. And now when thesomen,
whoso money is wrested from them by
tho tax-gatherer to support the most ex
travagant government we have ever, had
in Tennessee in its unparalleled usurpa
t'mns, demand tho restoration or their
rights, thoy arc met with tho unmanly
response that unless the mouths of their
leaders ara closed their demand will not
bo complied with.
TIIK l'KOPOSITIO.V TO SELI, OUT
THE lEJIOL'II.VTIC r.r.ECTOKAt
' Referring to tho proposition to cast tho '
Democratic electoral vote for General
Grant, as a measure to incline- him to
eschew partisanship in his administra
Iration, the Now York Herald, which is
a peculiar papor, says :
Some politicians, hungering for a bite
at tho spoils of the Federal government
under the coming regime, have proposed
that the Seymour electors should cast
their vote unanimously for Grant in the
Electoral College. There is not tho
slightest necessity for any such left
handed compliment. The pretense is
that by so doing General Grant would
bo relieved from any obligation to the
Radicals for his election, whereas every
body knows that ho is under no obliga-
tioa at all to U10 extreme portion 01 mai,
party, and that he was only their nomi
neo by necessity. If he had not been
made a candidate bv the Radicals in
Chicago he would in all probability have
been taken up in New York last J uly
by the Democrats. So that he is
to day the President elect of tho
country upon his own merits as a success
ful soldier and a saeacious citizen. He
will enter tho Presidential offico a free
acnt. looking onlv to the general good
untrammelled by favors or promises. Tho
real object of tho proposal that tho Sey
mour electors should vote for him is only
a bid to sell out tho position of tho De
mocracv for tho sake of a slice of tho
spoils. Nor is there tho slightest chance
that any such absurd suggestion will be
adoDtcd. General Grant does not owo
his election to tho Radical party, because
thousands of Democrats, disgusted witn
the mismanagement of their own party
lcnrfprs. voted for him. Nor is ho pledged
to carry out tho mischievous policy of tho
r - . 1 .1 1. .
Radicals, llo stands outsmo anu auuvo
every policy that would retard tho ro
storation of snbstantial peace and the re
stored prosperity of the whole country.
TIIK SCXT COXOKESS.
Tho gains of tho Democracy in tho
elections for members of tho forty-first
Congress have been considerable. Tho
National Intelligencer computes that
eihty-fivo or ninety Democrats . have
been elected to tho IIouso of Represen
tatives, but gravely doubts whether that
number will bo allowed to occupy their
seats. If the necessities of tho Radical
party require tho unseating of a dozen or
moro to make its majority on all ques
tions perfectly reliable, it may be safely
set down that it will be done. Before
Gen. Grant's administration is six months
old tho leaders will havo tested his
temper ; and if any doubts as to his trac
tability for their purposes should ariso,
they will have a Committee on Elections
arranged in December, that will take
proof and demonstrate beyond question
that Radicals were elected in every
closely contested district in the country.
That paper adds :
By expelling some ten members, this
obiect will be accomplished, and in anti
cipation of a repetition of tho disgraceful
nrocedents of tho last Congress, quite
J number of Republicans are already an
nauncins their purpose to contest tlio
seats of tho Democratic members. Th
Chicago Tribune warns its followers
against excessive indulgence in thisluxu
rv. but in vam. There are some lonn
of vice where iust a shade of apprehen
sion helns to heighten tho pleasure of the
tranegressor, and this, perhaps, is ono of
them. This sort of thing will lie safe
rnon!;h iust Vet ; the infamy is alrcad
incurred, why not go on V
Among tho new members returned is
tho Hon. S. S. Ccx, formerly a member
from Ohio, but for some four years past
nracticimr law in ew lork city. air.
Cox has 2500 majority over his Republi
can competitor. If he should be allowed
to retain hU seat a very doubtful
thing, if wo consider the unscrupulous
character of tho majority 110 will be
croat addition to tho Democratic side.
Ho has a ripe political oxperienco, and
a keen parliamentarian, a ready and clli
cicnt debater, anil rather moro tlian a
match, wo tako it, for the best man on
tho other sido.
Mr. Yoorhces, of Indiana, came to
Congress somo years ago by 500 major
ity ; but he was by far too eloquent a
champion of Democracy to be permitted
to hold his seat. He is now elected by
a majority of somothing over a hundred,
and, if allowed to hold on, would bo far
moro a thorn in the sido of the Jacobin
than lie was formerly. Wo imagine that
Am case will bo hurried up very
promptly by those who do not dara to
encounter him in debate, and that Mr.
Dawes, of Massachusetts, from tho Com
mittee on Elections, will report, show
ing very plainly that Mr. Yoorhces was
was not elected, and after half a days'
debate, somo Radical noodle will be put
in his place. Such is life in a " loyal "
Congress. If, however, by a passing
spasm of virtue, an exceptional freak of
fair play, Mr. Yoorhces bo suffered to
stay in, wo shail havo speeches fiom
him which will bo somo compensation to
those who have sulfered under the rant
of a previous Congress.
Mr. James Urooks, of New York ; Mr.
Reck, of Kentucky ; .Tudgo Marshal!, of
Illinois ; Judge Woodward, of Pennsyl
vania, and other useful members or the
present Congress, are returned to tho
In looking over tho field, however, it
is mortifynig to consider how littlo of the
intellect of the country is represented in
Congress, and that, too, at a period when
tho highest statesmanship is so impera
tively required. Tho ablest, as a rule,
aro not there.
In a year or two more, however, tho
Republican party, which is already dis
integrating, will bo too weak to bar tho
way to eminent worth and talent; and
lh8ii wo hope to sec such accessions as
we havo named. There will bo work
enough for all to do in all conscience ;
the present body and their successors
will not, we are fearful, be any great
improvement on the past.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
AUCIION AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, '
No. 10 Korili College St.
TlVTFlrfLTVE ALr. O- ilATS. BUU15 AMD
Vi Shoes. Clothing, Notions, Fancy Gcods, etc..
FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 13m, 1S;3..
o'clock, to closo consiinmcnls. Sale post
no reserve. nov!3 It
A GOOD STIOK-CAUDY-MAKER
. u -1j l . . I
townom constant, wor uu suuu .,.,..
will be paid. Apply to
ROBERT THOMPSON & CO.,
novlS 2t 15 Sou Market street
SALES OF KEAL ESTATE
Mville Builiii Association.
T70R TIIK PURPOSE OF VICTIM UP
X' the anairs 01 me umMw "
Association. ioum Y ct
those in arrears has been ordered, and the first
win taico Diaco 011
Tte real estate to bo sola on we
raged by the following persons, and those In-
John Adams and Pris- John J. Beech and Sa-
T. V. Conner.
Jjhn 11. Uallenucr, uei-
"laCallenaer and John
Joun coroiii. , rv "n,n,. nml
John uoroiii anu a- ouuw .
chel Corbitt. . wue.
Pnllin M. Cawardin-
mi 1 1 -1 . .imaA lira within the city
Edgefield and North Nashville. Sale for cash,
ithnnt ihn couitv of redemption. See legal
v order of the Board of Directors,
nSvl3 2w ANSON NELSON, Trcas.
Digest of Federal Decisions.
VT7 T. DERBY k CO. 1IAVJJ JUST BE
VY . ceived
A DIGEST OF THE FEDERAL COUBTS.
ho Supremo CiVeuit an'd DUtrict Courts. 1 and
iu. 7i"!.ii r n;n. iu rcnorted in the rceu-
lar sericV: and also including tho numerous
and in the Legal Periodicals. XiAWS
i' iiitnnTiv. nn .1 Author of Ino umiea
States Digeit." etc Ono vol. Svo.
JJKIOHTLY'S DIGEST OF THE LAWS OF
TUEUNIIED STATES, from flhaPton
oftnc uonttuuuon 10 iud -r;--tighth
Consrcss. 1789 -U65. Two vols- Svo.
WHARTON'S AMERICAN uituiiriAiiun." .
Kcw cuition in inrco u
HILLIARD ON NEW TRIxVLS. For sale by
novl32t W. T. BERRY Jc CO.
Notice to Business Men
this city, and who has nn "tensive ac
quaintance, desires to procure a. situs ition by
which he can support his family. W rites a
good hand, and" has a fair knowledge ofhoolc
keeping and business generally. The best ro
ferencel will be given for his sobriety and hon-
cstv. Would accept a toiuuu
small, where there are dances for Promotion.
Parties who need a man that will work, will
please leave word at
House and Land for Sale.
THE RESIDENCE Of lub "P-" "
Daniel S. Donelson, with ons hundred or
. - 1 mr ni'V'tr
250 ACUES OF LAND,
nt nendersonville. Sumner ennty. Tennessee.
This farm has tho Uallatin turnpike- in irom.
Urake's creek on ono sme, uiu vi-put
l,ouisville railroad in viow. and if unsurpassed
by any other in the State A ddre? or call on
llcndcrsonvilie. Sumner founly.
or DK. WM. VILLIAMS.
Thrco miles north of Edgefield. Davidson
county, Tennessee. """"
State afliJCoMtj Taxes,
Office State asd Co-Ukvssci: Coixteroa
61 Chbet Stssit. 1
Naslmlle, November 10. 1553. J
rATrm; u n-urnv fiTVTST THAT IN
lllllltli 11111....' . -
X -.1.1:.: . v. n iim ilf rcnlnm accrued
cinpo th first davof November. 1S0S. on unpaid
Stato and County Taxes, an additional P'oalty
of fivo per centum will bo imposed on tlio 1st
day of Dcceinbor, prosimo, in accordance wita
tho amcnuea uevenuo jaiv.
All interested will tko notice and be kov-
erned accordingly., vtaco "SS.f
nov!2 tdoci otaic anu v,o. jvc - vuv.w.
R. L. WEAKLEY,
No. 6 North College Street,
1 Successor to 'Weakley & Yarbroustb.)
TS JUST IN RKCKUT OF A FJVE-H STOCK
X 01 Oroccnc3 and liquors, consisting in rai
2 bhds New Orleans Brown Sugar.
19 " " Claiified tigr.
10 " " IiemcMi-Kugar.
110 bags choico Rio Coffee.
20 bbls Golden Sirup.
25 " Crushed Sugar.
25 " Powdered Sugar.
Whlf-bbl? Ma:kcrcl, assorted.
HU boxes Soap.
Jt) " Star Candlef.
100 ' Cove Oysters.
11 0 casks Soda.
2 boxes .''oda, 1 lb. papers.
.K) doien Brooms.
100 " Fainted Buckets.
100 caddies assorted Teas.
25 boxes Mustard, nuorte.l sizes.
50 " Kumlord's Yeast Powders.
in bbls Elackiac.
25 cases Richardson's Matches.
151 boxes Pickles.
1 ,0,000 Cigars, assorted brands
70J bhli .Magnolia Flour.
100 " Black Lick Flour.
5') boxes Cheese.
All of which will be sold cheap fcr dsn only.
In tnr 11 small lot of .Mess Mackerel, n,-. fino
a ever brought to tbi market.
R L. WEAKLEY,
iiovlJ tf No C North College street.
ACBNT FOR THE
Georgia Home taraps Co
I Hiit-itiui - - $toiM'0O
T. J. YAIiBROUGH.
Lti f t'.i fir u -f Wo.iiloy i Yirbroueh
ri.KUit Aitn i.:iuits,
A VD IS
J)omcstio Produce Ue'ncrulli
NO. 21 SOUTH COLLEGE STREET,
McCREA & CO,
HUGH 3I'KS:,l :.,
Cotton aufl Toliacoo Factor
Proilucc & Commissioa M-ichanle
:il SOU III Jl.tKKKf'i
30 StUTTII (HI1.I.EHE KTSti:nS.
NASHVILLE UNION AND
BOWLES 1c CO.. MiXiOEHS.
TJENEFIT AND LAST APPEARANCE HOT
15 One of tho Great Trasic Actress,
Xlss Cliarlotto Crawptoiii i
onwKich occasion she will appear in her great
impersonation of Queen 11 xabetti trans-
irom .lauame. uuwni uii" ww
especially for MIS3 urampura.
FRIDAY EVENING, NOV. 13tii.1368.
Will bo, presented the great historical play.
"L-i:. -!,,,!, mnm nf Vm-land .MlS3 CHAMPION
".'""1"; T..rv Kitnrday eve-
ntn!rt2oelock. Admission 50 cents; Children
23 cents. .
DWELLING HOUSE FOR KENT.
WE WILL BENT XHii iJWJSijuiinu
Homo. No. 22 Spruce street, three doors
north of Church. Possession given immoaiate-
? 1 P.I SWraS K"oKftm5riVsiiM"
'novll t 4 Public Square-
' Commission Merchants,
S. E, Corner Walnut and Water sts.
CINCINNATI, - OHIO,
1 TiVior.l "Ailr.incts made oa Shinments.
careful attention given to filling orders.
Naslivillo Cliair Factory,
WE DESIRE TO ISFOlUl UBAlibttb i
Furniture, and the citizens generally, that
our Chair Factory is now complete, and fitted
up with all tho latest and most improved .ma
chinery, and that wo have in our employ none
butcxperionceu anu skuuui wuinuiuu. w,v,
therefore, enablod to lurnisu Chairs, the manu
facture of which will comparo favorably with
those made elsewhere, and at
Prices which Defy Competition,
AH Chairs made by us bavo our names sten
celledon tho bottom, as .we ara not afraid tn
luve tnem comparounuu
tho patronage of dealers, and all thoso who
wish to encourage homrf industry and enter
prise and especially ask that our work and
Ware-Rooms. So. 12 North Colljjo Street.
Factory, corner of Summer. Madison iind
Cherry Streets. iocud aawu.
! Ji S U It A N 0 k
Marine and tv
Under tho new' chrtor. is nowoptn for busine
AT NO. 31 NORTH C0LLE3? 5f 1
Next door tn anraur of Union strict
JOSF.ftS W. AM.EX. P re-Mr"
A. W. Irm.F.K,SfOr-:iri
John M. UlU.
C. A. R. Thompson
Daniel F. Carter.
R. B. Cbcathirn.
Watson M. Cook.
II L- Jones,
G. W. Hcndennoit,
A. O. Adtms,
Josepa W. Allen.
I.K!'.ST STOCK OV
CIGARS. TOBACCOS, PIPES, etc.
EVER OFFERED IN THIS MARKET.
J. &c JL,. WHORLEY,
VTO. 17 SOUTH MARKET STREET WOULD
IN call tho attention of tho Trade to their largo
and varied assortment of Cigars. Tobaccos.
Pipes, etc, including in part the following:
WKl.OOO. Imported P.nd Domestic, from 10 to
$150 per thousand.
250 Butts Virginia Chewing Tobacco, tho belt
500 Caddies Bright Tens
500 " Bright ii lb.
100 " Dark Tens
50 - " 'A lb.
50 " Navy 'A lb.
50 l'ockt Piece
50 Drums J ig
130 butts Kentucky ... . ,
25 Gross Sunnysido fine cut chewing tobacco.
2000 lbs. best brand Mac.ibny Snuff.
100 botes Pack Scutch
25 " Bottle
25 " 2oi.Cnn
SMOKE Jf TOBACCOS.
10O3 lbs. 3. F. Oravcly's Best.
5000 " in Bales.
2000 " in Bbls.
100 Gross in boxes.
Lnrga lot of Meerchatitns.
100 doz. imitation "
CO) dot. Woden Pipes.
200 boxes Virginia Clay Pines.
100 " Glared
All of which are offered at the lowest ruarKet
market price, and cheaper than tho same goods
can bo purchased in this
aug?7 3m 47 South Market streeU.
t i-: it ai s x-i asa'.
A GREAT BARGAIN IS OFFERED IN A
House and Lot on South Unionstreel. Tho
houf o contains six rooms "ursides kitchen and
sorvant's rooms. It is convenient to tlio Spruco
Ptrcot Railroad, and is in one of tho luojt
flourishing localities in Nashville. There is a
lino garden attacned to this lot.
1 havo also a vacant lot on tho corner of Col
lege and Jefferson streets. 95x181 ten. Inquire
of C J ZEIITZSCHEL.
Corner of S.Union and Vino streets.
Lake KiiLflstaii Coal o.
HAVE ON HAND AND TO ARRIVE AN"
ahund int supply of
Families and tho trade generally supplied at
tho lowest u.arket rates.
RCKKTRil. Okfice: No. 31 South College
truer, next door to Engine Houe
sci33m As Illis:iiu 'iuis'-Iit Bunt rniili-y.
'PIUS IS TO GIVE NOTICE THAT P. 1".
x Crutilicr. lone? ,t Shocklcy, I. J. Mnstnes.
W. N. M. Ware, 'lboinas Patter, John Jlyers
Wade II. Magscrson, Greek Brawlcy. Wm. Bon
ner. John A. Crowder and J. C- Garretson have
filed in the offico of tho Clork of this Court their
petitions fur discharge, and it wa thereupon
ordered by the Court that a hearing be bad up
cn tlio same.
On t!i( Srt Ifiij- of R'ovcinber, 1SIJ.
at the hours ol 9. UM. 10. lf?. 11, 1VA A. M.. I.
.. I, VA. 2. 2,'s, r. m.. rcsocctively, at tho nlHcc
of J W. Johnston, Kpq., Register, in tho Court
bnntnin XlrMiTinvillp. Tonnfi.spo. and that al!
creditors who havo proven their debts, and other
nay TrpA, at" aid time nd Polesi ill lM,7.ofeMo" a Thickory and a dog
u?fiFnn &c?hlxT$hT wood; thenco wo KB poles to u sweet gum;
nl.iee. and show cause.
tho uraverol said petitions should not be grant
cd. and that tho second and third meetings o
the creditor? shall bo bad before the Register a
the same time and place.
15. R. CAMPBELL. Clerk
U. S. Di?t. Court .Middle Dist. Tenn.
Xotlce to Stioiv CtHHt In Itnnliritptcy
THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE THAT A. 11.
Higdon, and W. H. Robinson, individually
and as partners trading as Higdon A; Robinson.
W. D. McClurc and R. .1. Walker, individually
nnd as parinera trading as .McClurc .t A alker,
D. L. Kimbrough, J. W. Brown, 1. O. Ussery.
James 11. Conner. Granville ioung and J.
M Wa"tatT. all of Giles county, Tennessee,
have filed in the office of thoClerk of this Court
tboir petitions for discharge, and it was there
upon ordered by tbe Court lhat a healing be
had upon the same.
Oinlie fitl liny ol-leccinbrr,lSOH,
at tho hours of 10' j, 11. 11J4, a. m. l!j 2,
At and 3 p. ., rt.-pectivcly. at the office ot U .
Nr Doughty, Esq.. Ro?ister. :a the town ol
Pulaski, Giles county. Tooucs-ce. and that all
creditors who havo proven their debts, and
other person, interested may appear at the said
time and placc.nndshowciuse.it any they have,
wby the prayers of this petitions, may not ho
granted, and that tho f econd and third meet
ings of siid creditors will be had ot said time
a:iJ Place. y pnEtL
II. S. Dist. Courl .Mid. Hist, of loan,
novl! Wednesdays St
AMERICAN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 3868.
linn mi iiJiain i mm hj.i ' J ! i.j."mwi. 11 1 urn . i uj.hii arw i jsmti mf iwa r t w'iF-mi-iwiiWCTi
r. A pmrHtRD.
B. V. HOOfK.
: Hollinsf Wright & Co.
inoprnt; TV I
FOR AND WOOIi MATS,
w "rf -w p ujp r ,v " -
No. 72 East Side rubUc Square,
E INVITE THE ATTENTION OF
To our FA Eli AXD WlSTCTt ,tock of
Goods, now in store. ,
KOLEIXH, V'KIGUT & CO.
ang2S 3m so po '
Notice to Show Cause-In Ilaukrnptcr.
f J HIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE THAT JOHN
1- Riley, T. C. Burris. Thomas Sullivan. Orer
street ltollian. j' bI Marti? and James O
Smith, havo filed, in tho office of the Clerk
-of thU court, their petition-J for discharge, and
it was thereupon ordered uy
hearing bo had upon the sams
on tho 18tu Dnyofaovembcr.1808.
. ., . rA Mr in inlt 11. llViA. M..
respeettively. before JW. 3ph iton. Br.
ltegister. in lavingsion.y."".
nosseo. and mat an creuiw
. ... 1.L1. , .tt... npnn
the second and tmrameciiii. ";-,,;---,
b? had before th. R.rt '..d Umd I
u. a. jjist. ton" ai
oct22 thnrsdays 3t
Notice to Show CnMO-ln Bankritptcy
Court their petitions fordisehargc.andit was
thereupon rVercd by the Court that a hearing
i.n i,.,i lin'nn ilia same.
n,. loth day of November, 18GB
. . r 11 Q Tlraillir. T!f!n.. in the Court
House in Galla n. Tennessee, and that all cred
it who have proven their debts, and other
ncMOM who are interested, may appear at the
?a?d tim' and placo, and show causo. if any
said time 1 aim . f -d tit on9
suldnot boStf, Wt)tth. second and
o' othTReglft r.atthosamo ttaS 'and 7
forothe Hegitw K, CAMPBELL. Clerk.
oct 30 3t U.S. Uist. Court Mid. Dist. Tenn.
Notice to .Show Cntiso In BanUrnptry.
mills 13 TO OIVE NOTICE THAT JOHN
T w fcmith. L- D. Moody. W. A. Sowell. W.
M Pol'lock. It- I'- Irt Harrison & Kirk. R.T.
Skr.u"-. 'niil V. Allen. C. O. Cummines.
riiTi .1 Tl' Council have filed in the offico of
the Clerk of this Court their PKTmoica for dis
chabue. and it was thereupon ordered by tho
Court that a hearing be had upon the same
On the SOIli Day ol November, 1S08.
at the hour, of 3. $.' .4M. K,
& ? .. respectively, at officoorA.S.Rrad
Courthouse in Springfield
tnV ItCKlSier, IU WIUI4UUU), IU UII1U,11H
Tenn. arid that all creditors who have proven
oTid nthir nersons interested.
innv nopear ai saiu umo anu uiaco auu
show raise, if any they havo. why the prayers
of said petitions should notbe granted, and that
tuoseconu anu iuuu V
Iia hpld at the samo time ana placo.
U.S. Uist. Court, Mid. Dist.tfTenn.
Notice to Show Cause In Bankruptcy.
rniUSISTO GIVE NOTICE THAT AB30
JL lom Mosley, James F. NcilUobn VTucker.
M. W. Turner. J. O. King. . 0- Holt. F. t-.
Drown. T. W". Tarpley and Joseph Trice, all of
i...i,.r.ir.i rountv. Tennessee, havo filed in the
office of the Clerk of this court their petitions
fordieharte. and it was thereupon ordered by
the court that a hearing bo had upon tho same
flu tlie 23t ln or November, 180S.
at the hours of 12 a . , ,?, VS. 1 and
VAr is. at tho offisc of . N. Doughty, tsq.,
lte-Uter in Shclbyville.Bedf'.rd county.Tennes
ee that all creditors who have proven their
debts and others interested may appear at said
time and place and show cause, it any they have,
why the prayer of said petitions should not bo
urantcd. and that tho second and third meet
ings of creditors will bo held at said time and
iflaco- R-CA MVBELL. Clerk.
' V. R. Dist. Court Midd. Ditt. orTenn.
tc.w Satd'ys at
Notice to Siow Cause In Bankrnptcy.
riMUS IS TO GIVE NOTICE. THAT J. E.
1 Johnson. Foster. Early i Co. S. b. Hall, n .
T. Wright. Samuel Laodcner, John B. torley.
Andrew Gregory, W. r . r rey, w . .. tc;Mn.
Samuel II. Stout and R. U. Thompson, all of
Davidson county. Tennessee, have filed in. tho
office of the Clerk of this court, their petitions
for discharge, and it was thereupon ordered by
the court that a hearing be had upon tho samo
ou llic 23il rtny of Xoveiuccr, W,
.. of m ' H .!. 11W A. Jt-12 u-.
i12;4.M'4. 1!and2r. v. respectively at
the office of A. S. Bradley. Register. No. .aM
Cherry street, Nashville, Tennesseo. and that all
creditors ho havn iirnrcn their debts, nrd
other persons intcrestcJ, may appear at said
time aud placo and thow cause, if any they
have, why the prayer of said petitions should
not bo granted, and that tho second ani third
meetings of the creditors will bo had before tho
Register at same fAEhU Cerk
U.S. Di-t- Court Middle Dist. Tenn.
Notice to Show Cau?e In Bankruptcy.
THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE THAT THOMAS
W. Lillard. M. R. Lillard. K. C. Bass, A. M.
D. Henrickson, Charles Mankin. J. H. Hicks,
W. V. Mason, E. B. Hunt and R- C. A ard,
all of Rutherford county, bavo filled in tho
office of the Clerk ol this court their petitions
for discharge, and it was thereupon ordered by
the court that a hearing be had upon the tarn
Ou tbe Silst Iny of November, 1SGS,
at tho hours of 9. 9U. 10 Wi. 1 K. " a. m.. 12
. and 1 p. M. respectively, at tho otilco cf W. N .
Doughty, hsi. Register, m Murfrectboro.Ruth
crfoni county. Tennessee, that nil creditors who
m nmrpn thnir debts, and others interested
nnnn.rnt sniil lime and tilace and show
oaue. it any they haTc, wby tho prayer of said
petitions should not be granted, and that tho
second andnhird meetings of creditors will be
held at said time and placo.
nciu at -a Ki UAMi,BELIjj c,crk
U. S. Dist. t un Mid. Dist. of Tenn.
nov7 Saturdays at -
BY VIRTUE OF A WRIT VEN. EXPONAS
to me directed from tho Circuit Court ol the
United States for the Southern District of Ala
bama, to ratify a judgment rendered by said
Court on the ISth d ly ot ApriL 1867. in favor ot
fhp United States ol America airainst Cado M.
Uodbold and John M. Bmwn, for the sum of
JS2 0 SO and tho co?t or tuit. 1 will
On Saturday, the 28th of lTov. 1868
at the Courthouo door in tho city of Nashville,
sell to the highest bidder for cash in hand, all
tho right, title, claim, interest and citato which
Cade M. Godbold has in and to tho following
described tract of lurf?. to-wit. :
Lying and being in the county uf Lincoln and
StatoofToDncssee.cn the waters of Fleet river,
beginning at a blick-rnm and post-oak, tho
southwest corner of 0J9.' j acre, in the name of
Joel B. Clements ; thenco cast four hundred and
thirty-five poles to a red-oak and two dogwoods,
tho southeast coraor o! said ii9J acres ; thence
north with the east boundary ol tho same one
hundred and thirty-iur p des tj a red-oak, tho
outhweast corner of acres owned by James
Phillips: thenco east lifty-thrco poles toastako
s ddpointtrs; thenco south with tho west boun
anry line of 80 acres in the name of Saunders,
eighty poles to a post-oak. tho southwest corner
ot tho same; thence cast ono hundred and ono
poles to a stako and pointers, on too west boun
dary lino of 100 acres in tho name of said Saun
ders; thenco south snt)-liur poles to a red
oak, tbo southwest corner .jf the samo; Ihence
east with the samo eighty-two po!e3 to n whiie
oak, tho southeast corner t the same; thenco
norlh wi.h tho east bnundary of tho samo nine
ty poles to a dogwood, tho north cast corner ot
tho samo. nndii the south boundary lino of 51
acres in tho name ot McCartney; thence cast
twenty pules to t'irco dogwoods, tho southeast
corner of tho same, and on the wen boundary
lino ol Ueorgc K"0user's land; thenco south
orty pole tn a S; anish-oak. the southwest cor
ner of the same: thence cast cighty-cisht polo
to a white-oak. tbo southeast corner ol the
same and n tlio west boundary lino of another
tract of land i.f said Roouscr; thenco south
forty-nine poles ton black-oak, tho southwest
corner ot the ;ilc; thence catt thirtj-seven
poles to a red-oik. the southoost corner of tho
same, and m, tho north bounJary line ci Henry
Saunders' l.ml; ilicnee south with tln samo one
hundred and forty poles to a red-oak on tho
north tiouudary line of Linlcuuis' land; thenco
west with the .'amo fifly-iwo poles to a uiaplo.
tho northwest c orner of tho samo ; thence south
four poles to tv, .post oaks, tlio northeast cor
ner of an ci.try in tho namo of said Liritcums;
thonce wot s-eventy-cigbt roles to a hickory,
thonorthwst tcornerof the same; thence south
fourteen poles to a dogwoot; the northeast cor
ner of Richard Clincher's land; thence west
twenty-two poles to a degwood; thenco north
with tho east boundary line of an entry in the
nanio of Jaeob Webster eighty six polos to n
wMrn.at- ttin nthnnE!f nnrnp.T ol tho same:
e eighty-ono poics to a iacu'
oak, the northwest corner of tho same: th nco
fiontli. erns-inn- thn Stntc lino r03(l at u72
.ub.ivu ...i .u ..Qi, ityjma w mw .- . t
vcyed by 1'toUmy F. Harris. Assigneoin nanK
ruptcy of Lacrc. Converse tt Co.. to Cade AI.
Godhold. by uecd, dated 8th January. 1SI3. and
registered in the Register's offico of Lincoln
ceunty. Tcnncisee. Tho above tract containing
about P000 acru moro or less-
Salo within the hours prescribed by law.
octll lawlt M.D.D.T.
Notice to Show CniHO-In llniilriiitcy.
rpIIIS IS To GIVE NOTICE THAT J. C.
X llrown. cn. Chap.an, Daivd A. Rawley.
W. R. Kcnner. I'ctcr G- Cor. John J. 1 rice. K.
C. Kirkpatti k. W. K. Jones nnd B. A. Smith,
all of Jackson county, Tennessee, havo filed in
tho offico of tho Clerk of this court their peti
tions lor ilisvh.irse, and it wa thereupon or
dered by the em:rt that a hearing be had upon
On tho i itli lii.j of November. ISiiS.
at the hours of '.-.0';; .. M-, I, V,( 2. 2V. S. ?
and 4 r. M, respectively, before J. John
ston, Esq., Register, in Gainsboro. Jackson
county, 'lennc,bec, nnd that ail crcilitcrs who
havo proven their debts, and other persons in
terested, may appear at taid time and place,
and p how ciuse. jf any thoy have, wliv tho
prayers of said petitions may notbesranted, and
that tho eecor.l and third meetings ot said
creditors ba had before the Register, ct samo
time and placo. ,, ,
r..V.. CAMPRHLT-. C crk
U. S. DisL Court Middle Dist. Tenn.
UrensnaW.OJ-.Aiauij' u "-
r.tiA :- .u. nffiin nf tho Clerk of this
HO ! FOE EDGEFIELD I
"rE WILE SELL ON
u"uy. me xnu aiiij- i joiiuioit,
11 o'clock, cn the premise?, some of tho most
1 teiboi ana ironunx on wooaiana street, ants 1
junction with tho White's Creek pike The
- lirn -ilh lhi, Whit.'i Pi-eelr nito Tho . !
above grounds aro well alapted for the location
of manuifcitories; business bouses or residences.
Alio, a number of beautiful building lots in
M imams', Addition, in which a number of
handsome residences ale now being erected.
ANDERSON. JOHNSON & SMITH,
novll lw . Agents.
A GIRL WHO UNDERSTANDS STITCH
ing on a Singer Sewing Machine.
Sternly Employ incut ana Good Tngg.
Apply at THIS OFFICE.
IlnrlHvlllc, Sumner County, Tenn.
first Mondays in September aaJ Febroiry,
T. M. PATTERSON, President.
Mbs. IDA PATTERSON, Principal Music and
Assistant latcrary Department.
Mbs. ELIZA DARKSDALE. Assistant Litera
R. M.'POTTS. President Board Trustees.
J.P. ANDKEVS,Sec,y "
fall Paper finiow Shafles,
ETC.. ETC.. ETC..
WHOLESALE (AND IlETAIL.
WE WOULD RESPECTFULLY IN
form our natrons and the bubliecen
erally, that in conformity with an agreement j
existing between ourselves and tho largest j
Eastern Manufacturers of Paper Hang-1
InirH. Window Mi mien. Window Cor- !
nf em, we nave estaDiisnca at. iuisf
I placo the only
Mamciotn boutcem Uepot,
filr ihft hrilt.lln end retail nf f OO.ln in this I
line: and thatwe are offering goods TO THE I
At Manufacturers' Prices,
with the EXPANSES OF SHIPPING added.
OUR FALL STOCK
is verv lariro and complete, and wo invite the I
puplic to give us a trial beloro making pur-1
JOHN TV. HILL & CO.,
No. 22 SOUTH COLLEGE STREET, j
Between Church and Broad.
WITHOUT A RIVAL!
THE DIXlY FAIDIER.
. An Illustrated "Weekly Paper.
Devoted to the Farm, the Garden, and the
IB PUBLISHED EVE BY TECR3DAT AT
Columbia and XasJiville, Tenn.
TERMS S3 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE.
The Dixie Fabmke 13 tho only Weekly Agricul
tural paper in Tennessee, or in thi 'entire South,
and is canal to the bc3t. Address,
my9 Columbia. Tenn,
. COOPER, HA1LE & CO.,
roa the sale or
COTTON, DRIED FRUITS, PEAXDTS
A SI) PRODUCE GENERALLY,
NO ii VINE STREET. CINCINNATI. OHIO
Liberal advances made upon consignments.
COAL! COAL! COAL'!
THE TENNESSEE COAL AND RAILROAD
Company havo completed all arrnngomenU
for the prompt delivery of from 70C0 to 10.COO
bushels of Lump Coal from the Sewanee Mines
daily- This Coal is fresh from tho mines, and is
of superior quality.nnd sold at tho lowest pneo
All Coal goiogoutot the yard is wcightd and
sold at so much per bushel.
The Sewaneauoai is oi superior quaui. aim
freo from sulphur, slate, iron and impurities of
every kiud. It is perfectly sale in P arlor Urates
and Stoves, and produces a greater amount of
heat Irom a given amount oi yoai. ins not
rtf einiorini- nnalitv for Parlor Grates and
Stoves, but is decidedly better for Steam ani
Blacksmithing purposes. a dUNcn.
Gen'l Manager and Superintendent.
OsriCE Bank of the Union
Coal Yacd No. 220 Cedar Street.
TTnnKfRV'PV:PS TT5K SEWANEE COAL
tl for cooking pnrprses. It is better thaif
wood, does not cost half tho mony. and win
never injure your stovo; besides it is more con
venient. . , .
Tho Sewaneo Coal has been used far ten years
in this market. It is a pleasure to state that
thcro is steady improvement in tho quality ot
tho Coal. Customers will bo promptly supplied,
and low prices will bo universally maintained
by tho Company. octlslm
N ELECTION WILL BE HELD AT THE
JX office of tho Tennessee Marino and Fire In
surance Company. No. 41 North College streot.
on MONDAY. NOVEMBER lfi. for Directors
n said Company, to serve fcr the ensuing
"SSS A. W. Ci1TLF.lt. S.M.T.
BUY AT HOME.
rpHE UNDERSIGNED, BEINQ FULLY
- piepared for manufacturing Sawn.
Pooni, Bllnils. inside and ont. Civot and
Stationary Slats, Frames of every description.
Brackets, Cornices, plain and ornamental.
Mantelpieces, Mouldings of all kinds, llaso
Boards, Flooring. Poplar and Pine toiling
Plank. Weatherboarding. and Building Mate
rial generally. Also, Builders and Contractors.
All at as low rates as can bo imported of equal
quality. Send orders. Punctuality and dis
patch aro our business ere od. Office and If ac
tory adjoiningNashvillo and Chattanooga Rail
road Locomotive Shops. Cedarstreet, Ntshvillo,
Tennessee. TmlHjriv& FUIXUEB.
Fsill 3 ron Frame Willi
Warehouse No. 44. Fouriceath street.
HAVE BEEN PRONOUNCED BY. THE
profession to be among tho best injtru
menti made. First class premiums taken
wherever exhibited. -Being onepf tho largest
mnmifactnrieJ in America, imi
sold 972 Pianocs in 1SG7.) wo are cnaoica
at prices which, defy competition. S
circulars anu pricunw
McClurc's Music Store,
Wholesale and Retail.
The undersigned takes pleasure in announc
ing to tho pohlio that he has received another
ihinmont of the Haines Brothors Pianos.
imoS? which is tho "Pajlor Beauty." Small
sired Rosewood case, full V octaves, round cor
ners nnd carved legs. This instrument, for its
lino qualities of tone touch and mechanism,
attract alike ihoartistand amatuer. Tho Ion
prie - at which they are offered, place them
within tho reach of every one, hence they aro
del incd to be the great lavorile of the public
My stock of Steinay. Duuham. cbsr and
Kraushaar Pianoes is large and varied, and are
etts only, which stand beftre the public without
aSheaot music and small musical merchandise,
in the greatest abundance and soU t . west
rates. novl-tf JAS. A. MeCLL RE.
Life 'Iiisuranee Company,
No. 16 Maxwell House.
T W- TlnVTW
Da. A. ATCUISON
Da. S. H. STOUT
A Southern Homo Institution.
.. 3 Issues all kind, of Life and Endowment
policies on mosttavorablo terms. lmay23tf
NO. SO-SOUTH MARKET ST.,
Robertson County, Bourbon
CONSTANTLY ON HAND A LARGE STOCK
j oi ino aoove
In Boiitl and Free.
I Invite the Attention of tlie
TRADE. Samples furnished on Ap-
plication. ang22 3m
1868 FALL TRADE. 1868
Furniture and Mattresses.
WEAKLEY & WARREN,
No. S Norlh College Street.
Manufacturers and Wholesale and Retail Deal
ere in Every Variety of
Parlor, Beil-rooni, Dining-room, If All
FUR 1ST I TUT PIE
Ualr, SIosLi, Cotton.top
Looking1 GlasHfR, WInilow Gins'), etc
TE DESIRE TO CALL ESPECIAL AT-
T V tention to our ilammoth Stock of Goods
for tbe rail trade, as wo are fully satisned tnat
an examination of our stock and prices will
convince purchasers that wo wil sell good goods
fallv as low as ihev caa be bought in this citr.
or brought bera from any other market. Con-
suit your own interest by giving ns a call.
We have about 190 boxes Window Glass tha.
we will sell at cost. sep5 3m.
vr. IaE WESTBR00K.
De. R. W. BEERS.
Issued to thirteen hundred subscrib kly.
A FINE ADVERTISING MEDIUM AT
Nasliville and ITorthwestern
-M tsn AFTER WEDNESDAY. 16TH
I ) anil nntil further notice. PASSENGER
TRAINS will run between Nashville andMem-
ptus, lennessee. anaiiicunian. n.eniucy
Leave NashviUe at 5:20 A. jr.. Accommodation."
Arrive Hickman at 11:30 r. v.
Leave Nashville at 3:10 p. x.. Express.
Arrive Memphis at 0.30 A. a..
Arrive Hickman at 210 A- it. "
Leave Hickman 5:45 a. u.. Accommodation.
Leave Union City ":!0 A. v., "
Leave Memphis 50 a.m.,
Arrive Nashville 11:45 r. u.. '
I Leave Hickman 6:20 r. Jt., Express.
Memphis 3:15 p. ..
. . V.gl,. II. K.VII . II
Making closs connections at McKcniie with
Memphis ana -ouisvuie nauwayioruuuiooiuu
Memphis, Vicksburg, New Orleans, and all
points Southwest. ,
At llninn C.itv with Mnbil and Ohio and New
Orleans and Ohio Railways for Padueah, Jack
son. Tenn-, .Mobile, Ala.. Cairo, ct. onis, t-ni
mm anrl nil nninf, Knntn Ami Nnrthweit-
At Hiflrniiin with AtUmin and Mialisslntjl
Steamship and Memphis and St. Louis Packet
Companies srst-ciass steamers, ior an poinu
on Upper and Lower Mississippi Kivors.
At Nanhvilln with Nashville and ChattanoO
pa. Louisville and Nashville. Edgefield and
Kentucky and Nashville and Decatur Railroads
102 miles shortest routo to St. Lout.
43 miles shortest route to Memphis
45 miles shortest route to Nw Orleans,
llacvrtcro checked thronch to nil Im
Fare ivt lorr an tha lowest.
Tickets for sale at the City Transfor Office,
northwest corner Cherry and Church streets,
and at the Nashville and Chattanooga Dopot.
President N. i C. R.R.
A. L. LANDIS, Gen. Agent N. & N. W. R. R.
Nashville and Chattanooga
R. v I Xj R O JL D.
Great Central Jill Rail Route.
Iwo JDally Trnln from N.-vhvllIt-m
nit lug- close anU relablo connec
tions To Washington, Oalll
more, I'hlladelphln, New
Navnnuah, etc., anil all
Eastern, Honthcru anil Keobunril t'lll
fV AND AFTER AIIUOMT MJiwh.
J Trains will leave Nashvile at A. 51
C:2SP. making connections as above
Pascngers taking the 0:25 p. u. train, luak
closo eonueetion at Stovenson with Momphi
and Charleston R'lilroal for UuuUviltc. arri
ving there in loisimo than by any other route
Leaves Wartraco at fi:00 A. M.. arrives Nash
ville l":o A- M. Returning, leaves Nashville
4 P. M.. arriving Wartrrce 7:B P. M. This
train makes closo onnectNn at Wartrace with
North bound trains connect at Nashville with
all diverging railroads for points 2orth ana
Rleeplntr Cars on all Nlirlit Trains
Good Eating Houses and ample timefornieals.
J. W. THOMAS.
maiS tf Superintendent.
EDGEFIELD AND KENTUCKY
Eyhihy'IV?, iViiiVMon Sc NashyJUo
The Most Kellablo ltoute lo SI em
phis, Humboldt, Cairo, ami all
Points West ami .Simlli.
Time as Quick as any other Route.
ON AND AFTER MJNDAX. SKIT. 13
ISfS, Express Train will leave Nashville
daily at 2:10 r. v.. and arrive at Hopkinsville at
C:22 p. v., making direct connections at Slem
phis Junction with Memphis and Louisville
Railroad line for Memphis. Vicksburg. Iiew Or
leans, and all points Southwest.
seiij;er for Keinphls will not tte
obliged lo chnnjte cars In the night.
Hopkinsville Freight and Accommodation will
leave Nashville. Mondays, Wednesdays, and
Fridays at 0:30 A. AL, and arrive at Hopkins
ville at 1:33 P. M. , ,
Passenger Faro and Freisht Rates as low u
the lowest. n shepherd tfe0i SupU'.
H. miU CO.,
S "BLIRrT S .-
B. II. COOKE &rCOM
Next Door to tho City Hotel,
sepl5 d&w2m from aepll
EXTRA, EARLY PEAS.
WE OFFER FOR SALE AT WHOLESALE
or Retail, tor Cash, a very choice assort
GARDEN AMD FIEX.D SEEDS.
On? Extrn Earlv- Peas, wo bolicvo. cannot
be excelled in quality, and to bo as early or
r arm anu uarucn ampiemcnis 01 au
unano, Hone Dan and otner lerttuiers.
Catalogues lurnD.ua on application.
JOHN YANDERBILT 4 BROTHERS.
Acric-ltural Warehouse and SeedStore,
noTllt iuiton street, new xor.
NashTille City Directory
THE FIFTH ANNUAL ISSUE
"VF THE NASHVILLE CITY DIRECTOBx
J -in ba ready for delivery about aiurcu
Tho Publisher is determined to make tho
forthcoming DIRECTORY more valuable to the
ADViKTiatxo Coxxcvitt than anT or its prede
cessors. It will conUin a BUSINESS DIREC
TORY of tho towns and stations .on the differ
ent railroads eentenng at tnis point, mciuains
Athens, AIn ,
Also, a correct
Of the United Stales and Territories.
1ho Piih.i.fcpr rtnrr. thanks to tha business
men of tho city and State, forth? liberal patron
age bestowed and commendation given former
iirapj of the Citt Directory, and. beliovine
that the extension of the canvas to towns not
included in any former issue, will meet with the
approbation ot. ana prove Deneceiai to, iuo
businrss community, ho respectfully asks the
lioerai support ot tne oavenuioi; iiuun.
TerniH of AlverlIIo(r.
One page and copy of Rook ..
Half " " "
Third" " r
fourth of paro and copy or Hook..
43- Price of Rook, 83 OO.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED AND ARE
nnnittantlv in receint of n. larse and fine
assortment ot all kinds of Gentlemen's, Boys',
Ladies'. Misses' and Children's
Hoota, bhocs, Ralmornls, Gaiters; Etc.
Gents', Boys' and Children's Fur. Cassimerc and
wool liAie, UAi-o, eic.
Whips, Thongs. Hosiery. Gloyes, Blackin;
limine?, inompsonian jieaicmcsana
B. R. CUTTER i GLEAVE5.
Corner Bread and College Streets.
novlO 3m N ashrille, Tenn.
KNOWING MT ABILITV TO CURE ALL
of the above diseases, I will enter into a
contract with any one who may bo afflicted with
either, to cure them on the terms of "No cure.
N. K. Examinations and consultations free,
at my office. No 15 Mulberry street. South
Nashville. P. A. WESTERVELT. M. D.
Louisville and Nashville
BAILE O A 15
PALL SCHEDULE, 1868.
COMMESX'IXCI XOVEJ1BEK 8, 1881,
Trains will ran aa follows :
Leave NashviUe B-.1HA.5I. 0:30 P.M.
Arrive at Louisville- 1:30 P. M. 4:00 A. iL
Both Trains make direct connection at Louis
villo with tho Jeffersonville Railroad, for St.
Louis, Chicago. Indianapolis. Cincinnati. Balti
more. Washington, Philadelphia, and New 1 ork.
Morning Train from Nashville connects with
United States mail line steamers leavim Louis
ville at 4:00 r. m connecting at Cincinnati wita
1 Fat ItlcnAOE CHECKED
from Nashville to St. Louis. Chicago, Cincin-
nati. and all principal Eastern cities.
The 6:30 p. u. Train from N&shvil.e
does not run on SUNDAY. .
QaUatin Accommodation Train leaves Galla
tin at 9:13 A. M.. arriving at Nashville- at
Hi 13 A. M. Returning, leaves Nashville at
315 PJU and arrives at Gallatin at i20 P.M.
Gen'l Saperiotendsnt L. i N. R. R.
PIiAHTKKS' BANK NOTES
TN ACCORDANCE WITH AN ACT OF THE
JL General Assembly of the State of Temessjo,
approved December 12. 186.enUt!oI an at "To
expedite the ditmuaiiuu .-i me ITccts of Banks
which Save or a.uj o assignment! among
their rroditor-notice is hereby given to the
L lder oi tb notes of the Plantors' Bank ol
Tectifouat ent them to the undersigned
at tne Tlank in Nashville lor payment between
now and tho first day of January. 1S69, or they
Iti dtilin! R!l
A. S. COLTAR,
A. S. VASI3. J.
COLTAR, MARKS & CO.,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
WILL PRACTICE IN PARTNERSHIP IN
the various Courts of Lincoln county
Tcnnese. Prompt attention given to collec
tions. Their office is in the -Miller Block,"
South side of tho Square. I ayotteville. Tenn.
W. S. DTJNHTAVANT,
CIONTKACIOR AXI mrilOKK,
Cob. orll'OHir. a-dCumbxrlasd .llev,
would r spectfully inform hU ratron'.ltiendj
and the public generally, that he hai secure 1
the services of Sir. Geo. W- Hickman as Agent
Rnd Foreman, and i prepared to execute all
kinds of building and jab work wilh dupab
and in workmanlike manner. loot
I, . N. Y8S. v- MI'tBf00
MYERS & SHERWOOD'S
s- 1 V H II O 1.
So. 10 Church Streot, below I'oslofflco
Carrisgo. Buggy and General Repairing done
promptly- Express Wagons male to order to
iiitt any bmincss Bbckjinith JobbinffSolrciteJ.
Cffic3 General Freight Agent,
NAnVU.I.E ClMTTASOOOl AXDNASBYILtE
X NORIHWISTEBS RAILWAYS,
Nashville Ocl. 14, 180S. J
15REIGHT CONTRACTS. AT LOW RATES',
JL1 will be made on shipments frsm Naihville
To rciinltls, Xp.w Orleans & St. Louis,
T all points on the Mitsi.-iipi river, r
Through rales giren and Bills Lading iisued
only at this office
CHAS. W. ANDERSON.
Gen'l Freight Agent.
OYSTERS IS BULK.
Oysters for Everybody.
WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO FURNISH
Fre'h Select Oysters to iamilies. ltrslau
rants.eto . etc.. by tbe p!nt. quart or gallon, in
bulk of solid mejts
Choico Keg aad Can Oysters i esnstanily on
hanJ. J. U. O CoNNELL 1c CO.,
Chur,ch street, St. Cloud Euilding.
iti3CTJi(rrossa xsv djulsm ix
No. aa S. MARKET STREET. No. 21
No. 37 NORTH CHERRY STREET.
to his patrons tint ha has jast. received
a large stock of
Clotb, CaBsimeres & VcstLugu,
which he is prepared to mako op t order in tho
latest ana most iasnionsaia auicr
W. M. Rowen has charge of tl a business ana
euttintt department, and will be pleased to see
his old trienas. ggp-j-w
Hooper Harris & Co.,
General GommissiQii Mercbants,
36K BROADWAY, SEW YORK.
riASH ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIQN
l i mnL iToar AzcnL Jlr. K. P. Aelo).
83 South Market street. Nashville. Tenn. ,
lieier to ..i;raryi-.iuicr firsi. cii,iuu
Bank, and to Merchants of Nashville generally.
ATOT HAVINO IN COURSE OF KRECTIl 2t
1 aTAiloringEsUblishmest.(3nd no prcspect
of any,) ana navmc no goous to aispoao oi m
small advance on cost I fo gentlemen furrish-
in tnese cooswoui eay.tnai i wiu mnim
up In tbe best style and at priees to suit these
Hot having tbo means t procure loreign tAient.
and being vain euoujh to helievo that (haviesr
cut mot sncctfsfolly tor Mr. Sam Pritchitt f.r
over ten years.) inave nativa taieni oi my own.
and wtu aevote my oesi energies ioat.rn u
may favor me with heir patronage.
By-the-bv. I have secured the services ofa
professional Renovator of clothes, like best :n
the country.) and can gaaranteo satisfaction in
thatlin.. DAN. J. SCANLN.
51 College St, liam mteniu's oia standi
oc tf ''PS-airs
W. J. POKTEIi&CO.,
Cotton ana Tohacco Factors
C 0 Iff HIS S ION TS. S3 CHAN TS,
No. 11- Pearl Stret,
LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES MADE BY
our Agents Ed. K. Peanebaker. No. .1
South Market street, Naaavile. Tenn,. and
Baylor R. Stewart. Uuntsville. AU.
'1868 FAXiXu 1888
A. O. ADAHJ. TM03- OIHSOX. 1- TSOZSZ.
1 G. ADAMS & CO,
Exclusively WlioleaIo Dealers Iu
BOOTS SHOES, ILVTS,
-instil vi He, Tenn.
An Immense Stock Now on Hand.
UASHVILLE IS CONCEDED THE
BEST SHOE MAEKET
Prime Goods at Low Prices.
WK HK1.1. Tlin CLOSEST TlVllir
Quick Sales and Small Profits,
aueSd 2a A. U. A DA IIS A CO.
FOR SAL 3E.
ON TUESDAY. 2lrn NOVEMBER NEXT,
at the Courthouse in Nashville, I will, in
accordance with tho terms of a deed of tru:t
made to mo by C. M. Donaldson, recorded in
Rook No. 33. pp.243. Register's office. Dav.Ison
county, sell at public auction to theh(:hcst bt I
der. Lots NOS. 1 and 2 in RAJISAVS ADDI
TION TO EDilEFIELD. without tho t.iV. c!
redemption. Terms eash
octStd JNO. C- BURCH. Trcst:c.
IiN" YVXiO, ETC.,
Corner Brond aud High
50,000 FET OF
1 1-1 anil 1 1-2
YELLOW PINE, "DRV,
100,000 Clear White Pine
1, 1 1-1, 1 1-2 nml 2 Iridic.
oct 31 -3m at Cedar street.
T. XI- Jones, & Co.,
Manufacturers aod Dealor' in
Agricultural. Implements, Im
proved Machinery, etc.,
"PRESENT" DODO E'5 PERFECT TLir
i. as tho best fraH purposes ever offere . t j
tne publie made of the Saest Herman btec". c '
superior finish, and warranted is every rcf" :
They also keep constantly on hard at tic
Southern ''Farmers' Depot,"
the best Improved At r'cultural Machines at
Manufacturers prices, including
The Finest Steel nnd Cunt 1'lowN, Cot
tom (Jin,, various sises and patterns, tncla.l
in tho Celebrated CLTLV.TT NTSKI.
ItKCSII l'ATKNT", which adds from twti
three cents to the value of the cotton; W'ltt-nt
Drill, Cora Midler,, Strrttv nnd FertI
Cutterw, Tito Ilorsn AYn?on, Wheat
Fans aod Sccil Wheat Cleaners, fill 1 1
vntor,. Harrows, Dunblo Sliovels, I
iler JIlIIs. Heapers nml 3Irrers,llore
I'enen, Thrcshrrs nml Scpnrntors,
Sorgo Jlrtchlnes, Evaporator, etc.
oct!6 lm daw
Hi O S Ts
A PAIR OF JINK GOLD SPECTACLES
X3 between Dr. Fall's Church andvauxhall
street, about two week, as. The under will
be amply rewarded by Iavia them with AvJ
Smith. IrenSlere.No.MUread street.