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NASHVILLE UNION AND AMERICAN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, KS68.
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UNION AND AMERICAN
tatlT8S:cl-ct'yS; .Weekly 83
WEBXESDAI. BOVEHHT.B 18. 1M18.
WIUTnS IiEGISI.A.Tl3nE DO 3 US
TICK TO XII E PEOPLE ?
Tho Detroit Posi demands that the
Legislatures of Michigan shall again sub
mit tho question of equal suffrage to tho
psoplo of that State, and it accompanies
the demand with this declaration :
"Tho citizen who Is a man has all tho
rights of a man. If they are denied him,
justice will clamor for redress until they
are granted. "Wo rauet grant jnst:co
sorao time. Let it be done now."
Tho Memphis Bulletin, a Radical-organ,
fOpies the above with this
endorsement: "Let every Republican
read these words again and again,
until they are burned into his very
soul." This is strong and emphatic, and
shows that "tho inexorable logic of
events" is at last opening the eyes of
tho men in tho Radical pnrty in this State
who feel that there is a political hercaf
ter. "Tho citizen who is a man has all
the rights of a man," says the De
troit Radical organ, and tho senti
ment is echoed by the Memphis paper
whoso devotion to tho Radical party
cannot be questioned. From eighty
thousand to one hundred thousaud citi
zens of Tennessee, who pay more than
three-fourths perhaps as much as nine
tcnths of tho taxes levied to sustain
. the Stato government, aro disfranchised
for no other reason than that they arc
opposed to tho lirownlow despotism.
While tho radical wing of the Republi
can party in tho Northern States aro de
manding that tho few negroes among
them shall bo enfranchised, and while
Congress was passing a law which gavo
the right of suil'rage to all but a faw of
tho late " Rebels" in the States South of
us. wo have been subjected in Tcnnessco
to tho mo3t sweeping disfranchisement
that has ever been attempted in a civil
ized government, savo only in West Vir
ginia and Missouri. Since the passage
by Congress of the " reconstruction acts,"
the Radicals have felt that the exclusions
they have made in this Stato aro wholly
indefensible, but so tenaciously bavo they
held on to place and power, that the Legis
lature has turned a deaf ear to tho app:als
made to that body to relax tho rigorous
disfranchisement which excludes from
tho ballot-box so large a number of tho
best-and truest citizens of the Stale. But
tho demands which come up from the
East, and tho North, and the West, for
tho passage by Congress of an amend
ment to the constitution of tho United
States establishing universal suffrage in
all the States, and the alacrity with
which it is understood Congress will
acquiesce in this demand, is proof to tho
Radicals of this State that a new era will
shortlv dawn unon us. Tho Legislature
has yet a chance to make a virtue of
necessity and show a little liberality by
taking steps to strike from tho citizens of
Tennessee the shackles with which thsy
have bound them. Some of tho Radicals
in this State, appreciating tho situationj
are urging this policy. Tho Memphis
Bulletin has a pretty strong appeal for
justice in this behalf. We copy from its
issno of the lfUh inst. as follows .
"F.xccnt wc do iustico to all men, our
triumph is not real and will easily pass
awav. We havo won thus much, because
wo have been right. Wo have subdued
error, because we havo been upheld by
principle. To stand from that principlo
now, is to resign the substantial fruit of
victory, and henceforth toallign ourselves
with tho enemies of truth and to inaugu
rate in behalf of injustice a new war upon
all good men.
"Republicans of Tennessee, you also
imv vntwl for npacp. imnartial freedom.
and equal rights. Now you must stand
up like men and faco tho issue. It is
neither domocracy nor rebelism that you
need fear to look it in tho face. It is
your own doctrine, your own philosophy,
the one, sole, unconquerable weapon
wherewith you have put down its
This is pulling it lo the Legislature
quite pointedly, but perhaps not more t o
than in the following extract touching
the meaning and extent of tho fourteenth
amendment to tho constitution of the
United States :
"Tho following is tho true intent and
meaning of the oath prescribed in tho
reconstruction laws, as declared officially'
by the Congress :
'No person who has'been s. member
of tho Legislature of any State, or who
has held any executive or judicial office
in any State, whether he has taken an
oath to support tno constitution oi ino
United States or not, and whether he
was holdingsuch office at the commence
ment of the rebellion or had held it be
fore, and who has afterwards engaged in
insurrection or rebellion against the
United States, or given aid and comfort
to tho tncmics thereof, ii entitled to be
registered or to vote, and the words "ex
ecutive or judicial officers in any Stato "
in said oath mentioned, shall bo construed
to include all civil offices cieated by law
for tho administration of any general law
f i Rtntn nr fur the ndministratinn of
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justice, or for the keeping of the public
"No Radical can honestly or honorably
contend that the loyal people of the
United States, who havo by the recent
elections justified and approved the re
construction policy of Congress, have jus
's? tificd or approved any policy more severe
or restrictive, or have by the largest in
terpretation pronounced an opinion in fa
vor of tho necessity of any more-extended
disfranchisement than that
deemed proper for the national security
pict bv C-onirros. That disfran
chisement to the extent provided is to be
permanent, or any longer continued tlian
is necessary i recousiruri. mu ntuci
States on the basis of equality before the
law, is so manifestly contradictory f thr
spirit and intent of the radical policy, a
sot foith in tho declaration of principle
adopted by tho Radical party in 1770,
17S0, 1S5U, 1SC0, 1SG1 and IStxS, that no
person who affirms it is entitled to call
himself a Republican or to load down
that pftrty with tho crushing weight of
his anti-republican creed.
"The disfranchisement to the limited
extent specified is for tbo solo purpose of
securing thopolicy of equality before the
law, whoso only' essential weapon and
absolutelv impregnable defense is uni
versal sutrrage. It was QasWy) feared
that the defeated Rebels, it peimitted lo
control tho legislation of the Southern
States, would psrsist in denying this d.
fense to those of their conquerors whrse
homes were with them. But, on the
other hand, it was consistently and cor
rectly maintained by the Radicals that if
this great weapon, the suffrage, were
once and forever secured to the loyal cit
izens, no power on earth could danger
ously or permanently oppress them.
"And the suffrage is secured. Lven
without a constitutional amendment, tho
loyal men can never again bo deprived
of tho suffrage. No men on earth dare
attempt to tnko it away. This is one or
tho things that aro written and cannot bo
erased even by blood.
" That no restrictive policy in intended
to be perpetual, is so distinctly set down
in the Radical policy that by tho terms
of the amendment above the limited
denial of the right to hold office is snbjec
ted to tho judgment of the Congress, , and
jnay be rescinded in a day in any individ -
tm1 men !f finrlfir.dVnot in itSifull extent
It is to be regrcttedrthat some power of
tondonation.waspot rcposcdjin tho legis
lature by tliatcrms oPourwn franchise
law. To suppose that such power would
be liablo to abuse is absurd. Mercy is
not so much of a human failing as ven
The case is pretty strongly put by tho
Bulletin. Tho decision of tho majority
of the people voting in tho lato election,
certainly is not an endorsement of tho
Bwccnins disfranchisement in Tonncsscc.
There is somo plausibility in the Bulle
tin's assumption that it is an endorse
ment of tho Congressional plan of recon
struction, and hence it favors tho making
thefranchiso law of this State conform to
that policy. Let us now sco if the Legis
laturocan so far lav aside its partisan
character a3 to tako this step in the direc
tion of statesmanship.
NEW AJJVEUOJISBJSfliSN-IS j ftJfiW ADVERTISEMENTS
EETHEteoMEITIa A OSTEW THEATER,,
R. 8. HOLMtR.
T, C. W11IUUT.
H. V. HOOf Eli.
1 ML S. J. COBD. WHO HAS BEEN ,
(.ntfnr n. few weeks, is again,
. . . -. ... ...1 ...... ...ill ur
la nis omce. asz .
where lie will be pieascu 10 sco uis nicuuj mm
"LARGE AUCTION SALE !
TO TUB Til A JOB.
I WILL OFFER TIIIS nVEUKfcSllAXJ
Morning. November 13. at 10 o'clock. a
lrge lot or pnmo an.i seasoning j.uuao.
SHOES AND BROOANS. Alo. Drygooi'.
Clothing. Hats. etc. etc. T ,
Auction and Commission Merchant,
r.ovlS U I" Horth C'olleeo street.
A. T K N I
UeCUI.I.OCII AS A HTOCK JOB
Tho New York papers, irrespective of
noritr liavft linen verv severo unon Sec-
rctnrv McCulloch for tho part he is sup
nosed to havo played in tho lato financial
crisis in New York. Tho Washington
correspondent of tho New York Herald
states that whenever tho speculators who
aro known as the "Treasury ring," havo
done "bearing'' tho market and get
ready lo "bull it," an increaso of
greenback circulation may bo expect
ed to perhaps tho extent of tho law
5100,000,000. This writer further states
that Secretary McCulloch has only do
miA that, he lias the riht under the law
to increase the greenback circulation to
tho extent named. "He has entertain ca
and decided the question," says tho
Herald's correspondent, "so that if there
clmitlil lmnnen to be. in his opinion, a
dangerous tightness in the money mar
k'et ho might be prepared with
a measuro of relief, lie. docs not,
however, anticipate any such contingency
Like the self-confident antediluvian wno,
when invited to come into tho ark do
clared his belief that there wasn't 'goin
to bo much of a shower after all,' our
Sangradoian Secretary of the Treasury
cannot sco any tightness in the money
market with rates of interest varying
from one-half per cent per diem down
wards." Mr. McCulloch must know that
moncv has commanded for legitimate
s transactions from fifteen to
twenty-five per cent per annum through
nut ihp. West durin? tho oast year and a
half, and iu particularly tisht times ono
half per cent per day oven in Wall streot
In faco of tho fact that the United States
per capita circulation has been reduced
to fifty per cent below that of Great
1 sirtr-sis below that of
Franco, and our rate of interest vastly
higher than is paid elsewhere on the faco
of the eurtli, he persists in tho brazen
faced assertion that 'money is plenty
. .nt " r T 1 AIL !- 1 1
enough.' " me uieraiu says cuiiurauj
of Mr. McCulloch as a stock-jobber :
" AltVinimh no more Trcasurv stock
inlibinsr disnatches have been received
rrnm Wo ti i net fin within the last thr CO
days tho public indignation which thoy
excited has by no means subsided. It
is generally known that until within a
filmrt linio nast. Mr. McCulloch
forward to retaininz his present
office under Gen. Grant, but hopes of
,ia nr lnnirnr pxist. and the Secretary,
as a dernier ressorl.is said to be intent
on making a million of dollars, mora or
Inss bnfnrc ho leaves tho department.
TVin spmi. official nress dispatches of
Priri.r Katiirdnv and Monday last
were therefore, there is good reason to
believe, part of the stockjobbing scheme
;n which tho Treasurv nnc is ensaccd;
f.lr- ATrniilln-.h nt its head. This is
not only a scandal to tho department, but
a disgrace to tno government, anu ns ro
nofitinn nun-ht to be nunished by the
Prcsidpiit bv the suspension of his
ctAcl.-inhhinc- Secretary of the Treasury,
Tt U nnt tho business of tho .latter to at
temnt to rcculatc Wall street by either
Iinllin!r or bearinz stocks, cold and gov
ernment securities, in lcaguo with specu
lators, or trying to influence the money
tmr'-pi lir rpsnrtinsr to exoedients. The
scro'nrv- nf tho Treasurv has no author
;T.,inrW thn law to inflate the currency.
and it was an abuse of authority for him
to threaten to do so, and, moreover, it is
indirect conflict with all that ho has
hitherto said on the subject. But what
signifies consistency and official honor
when tho Treasury ring is at work ? It
remains for public opinion to enlighten
Mr. McCulloch, if nothing else will, and
the former is unanimously opposed to
any inter! erenco whatever with the
money market for tho benefit of either
the Treasury ring or any other stock-
Nashville and Chattanooga
R A I Tj B O A D.
Clmiijr oi" a.-im.
FANCY GOODS AND TOYS,
AlKElia 5t SEEMAS'S,
27 PUBLIC EQUAKE.S
Commcncini: at o'clock, x- m.
Merchants will find it to their advantage to
purchase lor the Holiday Trade.
SUPPER IN EDGEFIELD.
rrilE ladies ot liuu&ua Vi Vi i-
JL furnish a Supper at the tdgcCeld Stale
Friday Evening, Nov. 20, 1868,
tho nrecetds to be txpended in fittine up the
Tho EdgoDcld Omnitw will run from .the
rublic Square to the Academy, aff.rdine visit
rrnm thn fitv n. chcao conveyance
n r fii ft( wMMi will enrer ALL
charges, thero being no grab-bags or other de
vices to get money Irom Tisitora. noTl3.lt
Tennessee Coal and Railroad
Ti TR. A. J. DUNCAN HAYING SOLD HIS
VI i -. - i - . L i ' M Pilru. thn
l I ciocit ill i.u ouiuiittu,, mt, '
President of the Company, will again asjurao
.1 .1 : nKnnnnmn f ifa nfTair cim Mr.
lUBIlCllVU luttllttlivmiii.vi i... -
J. (J. "Warner as Secretary and Treasurer.
Mr. Colyar begjleavo to assure tho people of
Nashville that his fixed and unalterable pur-
r : t.. 7.l...:il .., Ha. nt IrtW
POSU la lu Dupi'ij' .ia:uuiiu
figures. This Company is now bringine from
the mines from 5.000 to 7,000 bushels per day,
and it is able to fill every order sent in.
Tneuoaiisoi a superior quamj, mm nm u
delivered promptly. ,,.
J. C. WARN KB, Sce'yandTrcas.
FIVE NIGHTS ONLY!
-10MMBNCINB TUESDAY EVENINU.
j November 17th. tho Original and only
Skiff & Q-aylora's Minstrels,
from tho St. Charles Theater, New Orlean?,
where thev played two weeks' engagements to
overflowing houses. ; . ,
The Company comprises twenty dsstinguishcil
artists, and are excelled by nono of the prcjent
day. They aro now on their tenth annual tour.
nhicrrntbc talent embraced in tbisinammotu
organization: Frank Pell and .Lo-. u"10.
ine IWO lUlOJUaulD UUUJluvuiaiiJ, ---
Campbell' Minstrels; frank, Donaldson, tho.
great Man Monkey and contortionist: btlles,
Phelps and Armstrong, the great tnpplo clog
artists; Andy McKco. the original song and
danco man ; and a beautiful Quartette composed
of the following artists. Sm Gardner, John
Purcell, Geo. Hill and John liarsby. An entire
change of programme every night,
'rim ureninc's entertainment will concludo
with Prof. Schaficr'a productions of Panithiop-
0tDoorsopcn at 7 o'c.ock. Performance com
mences at 8 o'c'ock.
ADMISSION Dref s Circle and Parquet ja
cents. Gallery 50 cenH. Colored Ga lery 50
cents. Boxes $5. jOK.UAXiiUtvu.
nov!5 Ct Business Manager.
Furnished House for Rent.
mUTl IT! i, teen
I WISH TO HEM 1UK All a l r.drv.ioui7,
my residence. No. 41 Vine street, furnished
or OBI, MTO) - ..., ,1,. Tm
nor miorraaiinn i w
Store of Kniu. Pendleton A Co.
LADIES' RESTAURANT !
HoUins, f iglxt & Go.
B O O TS AJSJJ SHOliS
FUR AXl) IVOOI HATS,
So 73 East fifirel'iiblicSqn.irc,
vniz i ivi rai: '
Life Insurance Compan,
EstaTDlished HOUSe. Nolice 10 Sbow Cau,e-In Bankruptcy.
rjMIIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE THAI
I Brown. 11. P. Qillock. M- V. Selti and
JOHN M. BASS
J. W. I10YTE
Dr.T. A. ATCHISON.
Dr. S. 11. STOUT
. .General Agent.
E INVITE THE ATTENTION OF
To our 1'AI.t AS1 WISTEU stock of
Goods, now in store.
HOLLINN, WKICJ11T CO.
aucai 3m sp po
A Southern Ho:m; Institution.
i Issues all kinds of Lifo and Endowment
Policies on most fnvorablo tonus. '.uiay23 tf
NO. 2G SOUTH MARKET ST.,
WETTAVE Ji?ST RECEIVED AND AUE
constantly in receipt of a large and lino
arsortmcnt ot all kinds of Gentlemen', Boys',
Hoots, Miocs, Bnlmornlg, Ciaitcrn, Etc
Gents , Aioys'anatniidrcn'stur, Uossunero anu
Whips, Thongs. Hosiory. Glove, Blacking,
Hrusnes, xnompsonian jicuicinesanu
B. II. CUTTER & (ILEA VES.
norlUSm Nashville. TAin.
ranK li i-ernntftii oi Aaviuspu f.Cs.
nestco. havo filed iu tho office of the Clerk ot tnu
Court, their petitions fur discharge, and it was
thereupon ordered by tho Court that a hearing
DC naa upon iuo same
On the 9th Day or November, 186S.
at tho hours of 10. 10J4- U and UK a. respec
tivoly.at tho office ol Alex. S. Bradley, hsq
Register, No. 7S Cherrv street NasHvillo.Tcn
ncsceo. and that all creditors who bate proven
their debts and other persons interested, may
. ; 1 . : . .1 ami (linw Mllt&
appear afc aaiu niuv s . .
if any thoy have, why tho prayer of raid pcli-
lions iuuuiu uo uu fci .V v ii i.
j it.;l ..tin, nf th. rrHlifnr!( irill ha bail
nnu lumi uihuu. v. r , , -
before tho iXlSc
. . . i T!. IT...
U. o. DUu vourfc anuuiu icuu-octI0Tucsdays3t
Notice to Show CatwcIn Banl.rnitcy.
!i ms IS TO GIVE NOTICE THAT JOHN
I KUcy. T. C. Burri. Thomas Sulliyan. Over-
street llollman. J. . Jiariiu . uy
Smith, haro ..median, the office of tho Clerk
ot tnis coun.iuen in""- . -thit a
it was thereupon ordered by tho court tnat a
fall Paper Moi Shades,
ETC.. T.TC. ETC..
WIIOLENALE.lNn It ETA 1 1
WE WOULD RESPECTFULlA. IN
form our natrons and the public gen
erally, that in conformity with an agreement
existing botween ourselves and. the largest
. . . C n n limn..
Itasiern aianuiacturcrs oi , ---1db,
Window MihcIcn, W liiilow Cor-
nfcen. etc , wo havo estaDiisncu at mis
I place the only
Every Delicacy of the Season, j Mammoth Southern Depot,
IN THE MOST APPROVED
Kirkman Block. Church street.
TWILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION. TO
I ilm tiirhcit biddf r for cash, nt Afh Barracks.
OS 1VKSUXT, XOVEMItEK 21. IB0S
AT 10 O'CLOCK. A- M..
A large lot of Clothing, Camr. and Garrison
liQUlpage, 5UCU HI iruujcir, .an.c,
Bootees, Great Coats, Ponchos. Tontsand lent
Also, a large lot of Quartermaster's Property,
cuch as Wagons. Wagon heels, Axlo Ireos
and Hounds, Harness. Collars. Heating ana
Uoal Stoves. Conking Stoves. Hay Scales. Dia
mond Glazier. Riding Saddles. Carpentcrtand
itiacksmitti Aoois oi an Kinas, cpaura, uuu, sn,
and miscellaneous articles too numerous to men-
''propcrty to be romoved within twentj four
houti after sale. J. h CLEG1IOUN.
novlS w.t.su.t- urt.uapt. anu A.i. y.iii.
Important to Shippers of Cotton.
rpiIK UNDERSIGNED HAVE DETER-
UHUDM IU lUUUtU IUU I; hi I pi h u vwunuw
sion op all Cotton consigned to them on wagons
cr uauruau, iu
Two Dollars per Bale.
WnVppln savto our friends, that wo cannot
handlo their produce for nothing, and do it
honestly: b"t will guaranico to inem rnin
... iliU'CT WVlnillM o.l .rill nlu-nv.
mako sales for them at tho IlIGlltbT market
prico, and will charge them a fair commission
for so doing.
T I nnnw nv.vlinn tf TT1 ! I' n If In till" 111.
13 USiu, ... .... .
terest of our patrons, wo solicit their patronage.
if 11 la uiao ... iii
TH08. PARKES ic CO.
JlcCREA k CO.
November 11. lS-.S-novl51m
1 r ,1 i..f t - . . ,1 rAtnil rtf cnnjl in 4 til4
line: and that wo are offering goods TO T1IL
I in A UK precisely
At Manufacturers' Prices,
with tho EXPENSES OF SHIPPING added.
OUR FALL STOCK
is very large and complete, and we invite the
Ipuplio to give us a iriai ucjure malting pur
JOHN TV. HILL & CO.,
No. 22 SOUTH COLLEGE STREET,
Between Church and Broad.
T. I YARBROUGH,
I.aioof tho firm of Wcak!y A Yarlirougb,
SALES OP REAL ESTATE Q-rocer and Commission
IVI JO Iv C II AfTT,
ry THE 3i OF OCTOBER
J Protestant Asylum a
LAKGE KE1 COW,
two pieces cut out of ono car and ono out of
tho other: short legs; the hair cut off of tho
a .iri ml hn rii-pn fitr her recovery
and'delivery at the Asylsra. novl7 2t
TUST RECEIVED A FINE LINE OF MIL-
I linm v Cnn,!.. Limits' Hats. Hibbcns. I eath-
ers, etc., at private sale, for a few days, to the
Uall soon u you want, iu gui a umuiu.
TRUNK. DODSON A CO..
novfT it Comma'n Merchants, Market st.
BAGGING AND ROPE.
WE HAVE IN STORE A LARGE LOTOS
I'.jffinir and Kooeat low prices-
Ivy. Py. Bagging, 2 lbs. to yard...- .21Jc
Jlo. Mills JJagging, i?i los to yaru......
Rore best machine, in coil and half coils yjtc
novlT tf 13 and 50 Siuth Market street
John J. Beech and Sa
rah J. iseccn.
NasWllB Bnilflifli Association.
-iinn Till.' iITRPfQR OV WINDING IIP
l-t .1.- r .1.. l.l V.iil.i-illn Hnil.lini-
Association, tho salo of all lands mortgaged by
tnose in arrears aas uccu ciuuicu, nut.
sale will taKe placo on
WEDNESDAY, 23IU OF MIVKMIIKn,
... . 11 T
at tho Courthouse iloor, wunin legal uouis.
gt advertisements will appear in the 1'rtn ami
Ttmuani Staatt Zeitunv, tho official papers.
Tto real esiato to be sold on the 25th was mort
gaged by the following persons, and those in
terested win picase iio uuntu.
John Adams and Pris
T. W. Conner.
John Uorbitt and ua- joan u. ,ou3:ll5 uhu
chel Corbitt. wife.
Collin M. Cowardin.
rru ,i ,ntnt Tiirt.ti i.;l liit within fhccitv
- K.IokRrM untlNortb Nashville Salo for cash.
without tho equity of redempiion. See legal
By order of tho Board of Director?,
novl3 2w ANSON NELSON. Treas.
Bagging and Hope.
-7E HAVE ON HAND A LARGE STOCK
T of Rope anl Bagging, at low prices.
Ky. Py- Bagging
J. II. Bagging
Heavy I lax Bagging
TH0S. PARKES i CO.,
Commission Merchants, Nashville. Tenn.
- TEE BIGHT PLACE!
GET THE BEST.
O TO THE LUMBER YARD OF
PASSENGER TRAINS WILL
Nashwilc daily. us follows:
Iny Train G:I3 M.
Sight i rain 5:uO V.31.
Makinr direct connejtion at Chattanooga with
the csteru and Atlantic Railroad lor Atlanta,
Macon. Columbus. West Point. Augusta. Sa
vannah and Albany. Georgia; Kufaula. Mont
gomery and Mobile, Alabama: Charleston and
Columbia, South Carolina ; Wilmington, Char
lotte and Raleigh. North Carolina, and luter
incdiale points .
At Savannah pascnjcrs have plow ! water
nr rjit n)Uto to Flnrida.
It mix vlllt. ItriNtul. Lynchbiiiff, '
K-rsliurir, Itlclmiimil, .iu(itK,
VrtHiilnlii Clly. Unlit
more. I'tillnili-lpliln mill Sew York,
will mafcp direct connection by taking the ' CO
r . Train out ct Nafhi!lo.
THIS IS TIIK MIOiT IKH TK
to Wa.-hinstoii Cit, Baltimore, PLiladeljihia
and New York.
FARE AS LOW AS ANY OTHER ROUTE.
Baggage Checked Through.
I'alnco Sleoplnsr Cnr on all Night Train.'.
Loaves Nothvillo P- M.
Arrives at Wartrace 7.1.0 V. M.
Loivcs Wartraco M' A. M.
Arm i-j at Nashville . -10.00 A. M.
Passengers for MoMinnv ille and Manchester.
Wim-hct-tcr and Alitbams. or Jasper Branch
Railroads will tks ihe Dav Train outof Nah
. e J. tV TII.HAN,
W. L. DANLEY. Superintendent.
U- F. Anent. novlT tf
I " O It S Si. I- K.
T WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE
L Public that I am still manufacturing, and
keep alir ays on hand.
The Best Quality of Mattresses,
null !, llnir Snrin. Shuck. Moss. Cctton. Cut-
ton and Stiuck.
Also, hcatner iicds, i.omiortsanu cvcryiume
in the Bedding line, which will bo sold at the
.11 .. ..Mil.. f-l.nPCl3 .tit TT ill fi P pl
iiii rciaviis iiieu.ii J..H.I i.., ..v.,
it to their interest to givo me a call bsfora pur
Old Mattresses neatly renovated.
e. ii. miller:
novl" 2m No. North CoIIf go street.
Extensive Auction Sale!
TTTi: WIM. 5.ELL ON THURSDAY. NOV.
1'.', comniencing at 10 o'clock a. U-. nt
tho residence of MltS. JULIA F. KARR, No.
SO North Summer street, opposite the Plantcre'
Alum, au iud
consisting of the following articles, to-wit :
1 Fine Piano. Fine Farlor Sets.
2 Largo Mirr rs. Bed room Sets.
Marblo Slab Tables. Wardrobes.
Hurtauj, Withstands, Bedsteads. M.tlrcFe,
Fino Brussels and lu- and Bedding.
grain Carpets, Sofas.
1 tine Extension Table.
ALo. China, Glass and Queenswarc. In fact,
everything appertaining to a well furnished
houst. consisting of articles too numerous to
KICIIAKI B. WRIGHT,
for your seasoned White Pine
Sash Dooi'S and Blinds,
at remarkably low prices.
Corner of High and Broad and 231 Cedar street:
novl 1 2w
SOUTH COLLEGE STREET,
HAS NOW IN STORE THE FOLLOWING
choice and select stock of Groceries, which
ho offers to the Trade at tho Lowest Marko
200 SACKS RIO COFFEE
25 HHDS- DEMERARA SUGAR,
10 HHDS. CLARIFIED SUGAR.
50 nitLS. tOVr.HI2lGS csiin SVOAXi,
.-0BBL. " POW'D
KiO BBLS. EX. C SUGAR.
2i BBLS, N. O. MOLASSES.
25 HF. BBLS. N. 0. MOLASI.3.
CO 1IXV. tSKKEN ASI Tli.Xt K UlASi
100 BSS. SOAP.
100 BXS. STAR CANDLES.
SO H F. BXS. STAR CaNDLES.
25 QR. BXS- STAR CANDLES,
100 BXS. STARCH,
OO TASKS HICIIARnSOS'.S MATCHES,
50 BXS. CHEESE.
,00 CADDIES S. S TOBACCO,
HO D0Z PAINTED BUCKETS.
rA D0Z. WASHBOARD-!.
2 DOZ..TUBS: Nos 1. 2 .t ..
50 D0Z. BROOMS.
200 D0Z- CLOTHES LINES.
500 DOZEN MASONS ItLACUIAII,
;-..U BBLS. FLOUR. Jackson Mills.
WO BBLS FLOUB. Black Lick Mills.
3 BBLS. FLOUR. Magnolia Mills.
W BBLS. WRITE BEANS.
100 IIUI.S. SORTHW I II. rOTATE,
3.(00 LBS. COD FISH,
25 IIF. BBLS- MACKEl'fcL.
f 0 KITS
00 KEGS NAILS, assorted.
20 CASES SARDINES.
23 KEGS EXGI IS1I SOI..
Bacon. Lard, Corn Meal. Bran. Spices. Blue
ing, rapping Paper, together with a large and
complete assortment of choico
CONSTANTLY ON HAND A LARGE STOCK
ui iuc huuid
In Roiid mid Free.
I Itniie" the Attention of the
TJtADE. Samples furnished on Ap
plication. ang22 3m
186S va,.i 1868
Furniture and MattreBses.
WEAKLEY & WARREN,
So. 8 Xorlli Collecc fitrcrl.
Manufacturers and Wholesale and Retail Deal
ers in Every Variety of
S'nrlor. Ileil-room, Dliiliiff-room, Hnll
KiMunAnu .in auiiiiii iu uuiir. aw
of tho above diseases, 1 will enter into a
. . : 1 1 i i. : - j ; . i. iii.!, ,u . iiv,."f.-.. v
cuniraci. wuu any uuu nuuuiu lo auiiutcu mm i i. l, ,n,l nrvnn the 3am3
Sth.r fhi.i-ntli.Tri nn thn .m nf "n rnrp . hearing be Bail Upon IUD sauij
no Pay." I ,h i cm. nnv orKovcmbcr, 16B8,
N. Kr,min9hnni onil rnnvnltAtinnA frrn. I ...v. -
at my office. No. 15 Mulberry street. South
wasnviiie. r.A. wjisitiiivJSAiA. n. v.
Louisville and Nashville
FALL SCHEDULE, 1868.
COMMENCING NOVEMBER 8, 1SGS,
Trains will run aa follows :
I.Mia NiuthTillK B-IO A.M. fi-30 P. M.
Arrive at Louisville.- 1:30 P. M. 4:0 A. M.
Both Trains make direct connection at Louis
ville with the Jefiersonvills Railroad for St.
t -- il. : i: i: .. .1 T 1
UUUlif, ViUluaKU, xuuinuppi!uiis. uiutiuuau,
more, Washington, Philiidolphia,and New York.
Morning Train frota Nashville connects with
United Statesmail line fteers leaving Louis
villn at4-U) p. v.. eonnectinr at Cincinnati with
early morning trains East," Baggaok cHRcrKD
from Nashville to SL.-Laols Chicago, Cincin
nati, and all principal aterncities.
Alio u.ou . , j . xriuu UUU1 a.mu,...c
does not run on SUNDAY-.
Gallatin Accommodation Train leaves Galla
tin at V:1S A. M-, arriving at Nashville at
1UJ.5 A. M. Returning, leaves Nashville at
3U5 P.M.. and arrives at Gallatin at w P.M.
Gen'l Superintendent L. & N. R. R.
PLANTERS' BASK NOTES
TN ACCORDANCE WITH AN ACT OF THE
JL General Assembly of tho State of Tennessee,
approved December 12. 186fi. entitloi an act To
expedite tne uisiiiuuiiuu ion -uccia ui ju"
wnics Savo or n. -.! o assigumcniB biuku
. i . it. ' i I - T I...).. (.,vn In thn
I U Idem of th notes of tbo Plantera' Bank ot
ienrtiB". -em mem 10 ino uuucioikud"
at tne rank in Nashville lor payment ociweeu
now and tho first dav of January. 1S69, or they
will be forever brod. ,,
u. ivitAVta irot.
WZt ri.Vwtilinl ftl.
at the hours of 0, .OK. W. .
reipecttively. before J. W. TJohnston. hsq..
Register, in :u"Ky,,V.
nessec. ana tnai ui tiwiwu : j
Suse. if any they have, why the PWers o
Sid petitions should not bo granted I and that
tho secona ana tniru ineMmm ; "."-r ..
,b. had before tho Register, at said time and
P U. S. Dist. Coun Middle Dist. Tenn
oct22 thursdays 3t :
Notice lo Sliovc Cause la BmiUtuptcy
rrniS US TO GIVE NOTICE THAT JASIKS
i A. LMBS. W.U. Martin. T. A. Anderson,
A. J. Crenshaw. B.,Mabry and R- N. Mtets.
hive filed in the offieo of the Clerk of this
ftinrt their pelitions fordisaharge.andit was
thereu pon ordered by tbo Court that a hearing,
be bad upon the same.
On tlie lOIh ly or Xovcmber, 1(GS
at tbo office of A. S-Bradley. -i-th?tu,i-
Uousoin Gallatin, ienn?. -
itors who nave proYen iuui --rr-perVoM
who are interested, may appear at tho,
laid time and place, and show cause. , i OT.
thev'have. why the prayer of said petitions
sho5ldnotbegnted. and that the second and
third meetings of said creditors will bo bad be
forethe Kete ?&SC".5ge-"
oct 30 3t U. S, Dist. Court Mid. Dist. Tenn.
Nolice to Show Caiwe-In Bantraf.tcj.
ill of Itutherford wunty. hn LSSgiSS
Oa tho 21st lny or sov r, . ,
aaihV'v,'a Renter. in Murrreesboro. Ruth-
f any Ihly Vre. why thS prayer of f aid
held at said time " VrU MPBELL. Clerk.
U- S. Dist. Court Mid. Dit- of Tcnn.
i Notice to Show Canse-Ia bankruptcy.
T. Wright. Samuel LauJener.
Anarew llregory. .r. W' ' r;n n 0f
Simuel II. Stout and R. O. Thompson, all ot
Davidson county. Tennessee, have M t"
office of the Clerk of this court, their reWyms
for discharge ana ii was mwtuiwu
the court that a hearing be had upon tbo same
Oa llie 23tl Any of Sovcmcer, los,
I at the hours oflOK. It. U'i. Ul A. -12.,
fr ioiz i.ik lUjimlip- w. respectively at
the office of A-S. Bradley. Register. No. p 4
Cherry street, Nashville. Tennessee, and that all
creditors who have proven their debts, ana
other persons interested, may appear at saia
time and placo and show cause, if any they
have, why the prayer of said petitions should
not be granted, and that the second an-l third
meetings of the creditors will be had before the
Beg,sterat same "ftSELL. Clerk
TJ.S. Di. Court Middle Dist. Tenn.
nov4 wed's 3t
Notice to SfcowCnae In Bnnkrnptry.
rTHIS IS TO. GIVE NOTICE THAT P. P.
1 nrnlrher. Jones & Sheekley. K J. Magness.
W. N. M. Ware. Thomu Patter. John Myers.
. 8. CoLYAH,
COLYAE, MARKS k CO.,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
WILL PRACTICE IN PARTNERSHIP IN
tho various Courts of Lincoln county
Tennesro. Prompt attention given to collec
tions. Their office is in the Miller Block.
South side of the Square. Fayetteville, Tcnn.
oct. 27-1 m.
W. S. DUNNAVANT,
-invTiiirinn AVI1 BITII.Ti:it.
l 'finp..(lpII'(inH.A D CrM3fBLAXi .LLEV,
31 A.'a T21ESSES,
I,oolluff Glasses, Wlmlovr Glnss, etc
tfE DESIRE TO CALL ESPCIAL AT
1 1 tcation to our Mammoth Stock of Goods
for the tail trade, a3 wo aro fully sati8ed that
an examination of our stock and prices will
convince purchasers that we wil sell good goods
fully as low m they can bo bought in this city,
or brought here from any other market. Con-
1. - Ealanu! tl TT ITT TT 1 T1 T- 11. ft mil.
-"VVKAKLEY "Jc wauren.
Wc have about 1D0 boies Window Gliss tha.
we will sell at cost. - sep5 3m-
t 11 13
W. IVIE WESTBROOK.
Db. R. W BEERS.
Editors and Pcbushkr?,
Issued to thirteen hundred subscrib kly.
A FfVE ADVERTISING MEDIUM AT
Nashville and Northwestern
would r spectfully infornfhu patroc'. Iriends
ami inn nnniin Bpnm r. iui
the services of Mr. Geo. V Uickman as Agent
and Foreman, and is rrcparcd to execute all
kinds of building and job-work with dispa.cb
and in a workin-inuKe manner. :.--
1IYERS & SHERWOOD'S
NEW K II O T,
So. 16 Clmrcli Street, below 1'OJ.Coffico
f'.rri-iec. Ratruvanil General Repairing done
promptly. Express Wagons ma le to order to
usit any business Black3oii:h Jobbing silieitel.
0Bo8 General Freight; Agent, '
NAf llVlLLg k ClIATTASOOOt AXDNABaYlLUC
4 NoaTHWtoTKas Railways,
Nashville, Oct. 14, 1SC3. J
.T.T-T.i urn pAVTO 1(VT2 AT T.flW V TX
V will bo made on shipments from Nashville
To .Memphis, ew Orleans & St. LoiiN,
r.A.AR AVEDNESDAY 16TH
s mm uuiii .u.nipv uunp.! wm-- .-
TRAINS will run between Nashville and Mem
phis Tennessee, and Hickman. tveniucKy
Leave Najhvilla at 5:20 a. u. Accommodition.
Arrive Hickman at 11:30 r. v.
Leave Nashville at 3:10 r. v.. Express.
Arrive Memphis at 5.30 a. St.,
Arrive Hickman at 2:10 a- m.
To nil poiut3 on the Mississippi river, ri'ii
Through ratba given ami Bills Lading issued
only at this HAS. ANDERSON,
octlo tf Gen'l Freight Agent.
Xaslivillo Chair Factory,
Notice toSliowCniise In nnnbrnplcy.
millS IS TO GIVE NOTICE THAT JOHN
T1 w: tmith. L. D. Moody. . A. Sowel . .
M. Pollock. R. II. Iior. Harrison X Kirk. JU A.
-J i.i kt Allan f. r. CiimniiniTf.
jlatiuewf, iraiui ",,;,",.' .r wr t
. . m tt ii i.-n fiio.t in thn nfHee of
I fhe Cl'erk of this Court their petitions for Dts-
cnAROR. ana u was lucri-ufuu ",'-;-
Court that a hearing be bad upon the same
On llie aotli Iy ol A'ovembcr, 180S-
at the hour, of 3. 3U. IX.
and SiP. M-, respecuTtu. a!viu!.. .
ir iteriiter. ic Courthouse in SprintfieldJ
Tinn.. and that all creditors who proven
their ueui?. uuu utu i,v
may appear at said time and Place and
show cause. 11 any iney uau,
of said petitions should not bo Bunted, and that
?ho second and third meetings of cred.ters will
beneidannCm "rniT. m.
ft, IV- vrv.ii iwu.
IT.S. Dist- Court, Mil- Dat.ofTenn.
"Nctice to Show Cau;e In Binkmptcy.
millSISTO GIVE NOTICE Til AT ABSO
llom Motley. James F '':J?.haHnnpC"-
M. Vt . Turner..!, w- "'"f'T " i T": ii f
Brown. T. W. Tarpley and Joseph Trice, all of
Ruthertom ny. "n"'T"VThVir "li ion..
, 1 : ... 1 1, Drnr. nn nrilffrca or
1 nr (Il'CliarC. aul tr ua wii-iv.!. " - -
theroSr' thit a hearing be ha.1 u. on the same
.... .1-1 v if Xovi-inber ISCS.
.u-i..T,.f 10 . . 1. V4. 2. 2'4. 3. JH. i and
r.V .i .liB offiee of W. N. Doughty. Ke...
I 71 i-.ii...Jil. l!,lf rrf nonntv.Tennes-
fehatallcmUtrwho bar. pwwn their
debts ind others interestad may appear at said
wny tee prayer ui rniu ...... ,
i "e7r:CAMPBELL. Clerk.
y J.. 1J131. jUUL. .''UJ
tov7 Satd'ys .St
Notice to Show aCnse In Bankruptcy.
rrniSIS TO GIVE NOTICE THAT P. C.
MValker.J B.Loftin and j.n.uienn.oi jiar
01 tneuieriti'i iuuiu ' il i i.
charge, and it wa3 thereupon ordered by the
court that a hearing be had upon the samo
.... ilnv of November, 1SGS,
atthehcunof8,9aadOJ4A..at the office of
W N Doughty. Esq.. Register, in Lewisburg,
Minhall county. Tennessee, and I that Mextixl-
ors wno navo provtu in.;ii , ;
persons interested may aprcar at said time and
Mace, and show cause, it any they have, why
S d creditors g&bS&r
V. S. Dist. Court Mid. Dist. of Tenn.
nov" Satd'ys 3t
vrn,ull.Maerson. Greek BrawIey.'W m. Bon-
nerTjohn A. Urowder and J. C Garretson have
Ipetitions for discharge, and it was thereupca
'ordered by tho Court that a hearing be ta.l u: -
on the same.
On llie 23tl Uny or Xoveinber, isos,
at the hours of 9. 9Ji, 10. K7i 11. 1171 a. v. l
I IK 2.2M. r. jCjesoectively, at thenCi-a
of'j-'AV: 'john?ton.OrU.Begiitr. in tho Ccurt .
house in MoMinnville, TenneMee. and that a .
' ereditorawho have proven their debts, and other
persons interested, may appear atsudtimoani
place, and show cause, if any thoy have, why
the prayer ol said peUtiew should not be grant
ed and that the second ad third meetings cl
the creditors shall be had before the Regiiterat
the same time dAMPBELr,. ncrk
1. S. Dist. Court Middle Dist. Ttr.n.
rXolieO to Show Came In Biinltrnptcy.
riMUS IS TO GIVE NOTICE THAT J C
1 Brown. Ben- Chapman. Daivd A. Kaw.-y.
W. R. Kenner. Peter G-Cox, John J. I ri-e K.
C Kirkpatrick. W- B-Jgnea and D. A-Stoit !.
all of JaekseneountyRnnence. have filed la
tho office of the Clerk 6T this court their pe:i-
. 1 ! . -I n n.1 , wo. tKur.TiTiClTl rr-
jcred by the court that a hearmg be had urea
On tlie I1IU Uy ofSovmber ISBS.
at thehoura of 9. 9'4. a-k-.I. Hi Z. ?4.
...i t i v( ,dnviTtirlv. before J. 11 J-Iin-
ston. Ka . Register, ;n Gainboro. Jacks u
county, lcnne-see. and that all creditors nt3
have proven their debts, and other ptxizs 1
terested, may appear at jam has atd ri-""e.
and show eause. if any tkey Ave. why tho
prayers orsaid petitions may aotbegra.tea. an.i
that the second anil t him meetings ot tail
creditors be had before the Reeiste-. ut ei
time and ph R R CAMPBKLL, He k
V. S. Dnt. Court Middle Dut. Ttcn.
oe!22 lharijoya 3t .
Notice to Kliow Cn-e 111 HanKrnplry
THIS IS TO flIVB NOTICE TJIAT J. VT
1 Harday. P B- Calhoun, L. t jlhouc. J
A. Le.th. M- D L E.lwar.t-. Mn I, alk. r. 1-.
D. Selleri m- Maiori David t.illam. 1 M.
BelcbCr. Jr.. all Wil-ni countr lr.nw j.
have Sled io the e o! tn Clerk fnii r j: .
their petition f. r d: harge. anil it was.tLerc
upon r-iered by lh courtihat .ihejr!ni DC Uid
upon the satre.
-tin llicl Itli Iy t T mlior, ISC8,
at the hours of I". 10' 1.11. ll'i a si. 1Z M.l.
V 2 -K3.3'4 -taiwl-J'-tP M . rupectvcly. at
tbe o6f A. P. Braliey.Ksq . Register, m
thn OMirthouse in Lebason. Tennessee, ana aat
all creditors who have woven their debt?. n I
other persons interested, sany api-.r tt sa.a
time and plaw. awl iow cause, if any they
have, why the prayer ot said peiu.ons s.-iil
not be granted, and that the eeeind an-l tj r.1
meetings of said ereJitor. will ae nan uci' -
Regkter at the sa. ""VXrLI.
Clerk U. S. Dit. Court. Mid. Dis of Te n.
f Xll-ESDAV. ilm NOVEMBER NEXT,
I 9 it.. A.i.l-.i..tfj. ;,. VichvtllA T -n-ill in
v. ' at iui vuw.fc"Mw . . ... ...... ...
accordance with the term' ol a deed of trust
made t.) tno by C. M. Donaldson, recorded in
Book No. 33, rp- 21S, Regbter's oEicc, Davidson
countv. sell at public auction to the h-gbest bid
der Lnts NOS. 1 anl 2 in HA.MSA'S ADDI
TION TO EDGEFIELD, without the righi nf
redemption. Terms cash
octii M JNO. C- BFRCH. Trustee
Hooper Harris & Co.,
General Commission Merchants,
30'-, BltOADBMT. NEW YOUK.
IASH ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGN
mcnts. by our Agent, .nr. It. f. .No Ins,
8S uth Market stteet, Nashville. Tenn.
Refer to J- C. Crory, Cashier First National
Bank, and to Mcrchaiusof Nashville generally.
IIousp and Land Tor Sale.
rpilE RESIDENCE OF THE LATE GEN'l
X Daniel S. Donolson. with ono hundred or
iir0 At'KES OF IiA"E.
at HcndcrJnilIe. Sumner cj inljr, Tennessee.
This firm ha. tho Gallatin turnpike in front,
Drako's creek on one (.iJc, the Depot on the
. : ...tit a gilr)f! in v ii.- ami i lini.lirn.12T)C!l
bv any other in the btato. Address, or call on
y MRS. DONELSON.
Hendersonville. Sumner county,
n i'r toir.l.UMS.
ti.t. milcj 'norlh of Edgefield. Davidson
county. Tennessee. covUlSt
LAW F I E M.
G. $c rtJ . 3X. X3i-ien, Jr
Attorneys anil Counsellorn at Lw,
SO. 70 XOKT1I C11KKKY hTUUI.T
comprising Old R. C. Whisky, Bourbon Whitky
and imported Gin?. Brandies and Winei.
T. J. "VAItllUOL'GH,
24 South College street,
-Tlt.a ..In mnlii-Tinna n pafn nnnnrllinitv Inr tt
ties to rcpl enif h their household, as evcr thing
will be sold without reserve.
'.MURPHY & BRADSHAW.
Auctioneers. 73 Church street.
A. & W. RAN35TIE,
21 IIKOAI! NTIICET,
WHOLESALE BAKERS AND C0NFEC
tioners. Manufacturers of all kinds of
Candie', Crackers, etc, etc., beg to call tho at
tention of tho City and Ci-ur.try Merchants to
their largo and well assorted stock of
Candies and Confectioneries,
all ol which havo been made of tho best male
rial uy"competent workmen. . .
Also, just received iresii iiiycr naiains. rig.'.
Nuts of nil kinds. Citron. Lemon Peel. Oannod
Fruits, Preserves, Jellies, Oysttn. Sardines, etc.
ANu. a large nml splendid aROrtment of
FRENCH AND GERMAN TO 1 b and l ancy
Articles, carclully selected of the newest pat
'"J1.- . 1 f VU!K.Wfl1tK!s '
11&U, a 1JI fiU aM!!UI!'l-ll -
ltniter. Pie-tiic. Sda. Sugnr. -Aerated and
Cream Crncktr", all l which wi 1 bo inld verv
rnnntrv Mcroha'.t.-.ire reipcotfuliy rciiuctcd
to give u a call. A. W. RAN M t
nov 1 7 1 j uil 21 Broad street.
Fanners, Buy at Home
VOUB WAGONS AND AGRICULTURAL
1 implements. 1 am manulacturmg tue very
anu oiner iiuiMuuivina
very best material an l
J. II. RUMSEY.
street, between Ash an
. loctfl um
JAMES WHELESS & CO.,
Cotton ami Tobbacco Factors
66 nml AS Soillli Collcee Slret'l,
WILL GIVE SPECIAL ATTENTION TO
all bii'incss entrusted to their caro.
HAS RETURNED TO THE CITY-
ODBce: No. 117 Church street. Nashville, Tcnn
A( 1 nnn osf. and tavo year old
Jt l,UUu vines of the njost popular varie
ty in the country, among the
Concord and Ives'' Seedlings,
being now more generally planted than any
Those withlng to plant out VIN-ARD3 this
fall ami winter, had liettcr send in thcic orders
socn if they want to bo supplied with tvperivr
Vines, not grown under glass.
G. W. G. PAYNE.
1 Postofflce. Nashville, cnn.
1. . CK,
AGENT FOR THE
Home Insurance Co
nml Miiriilu - - - ?,lO0,C00
A GIRL AVHO UNDERSTANDS STITCH
ing on a Singer Sewing Machine.
SICHity Kinjiloj iiictii nml C001I Wiif.
COAL! COAL! COAL"!
THE TENNESSEE I'oTl, AND RAILROAD
Company have completed all arrangements
for tho prompt delivery of from 70CO to 10.1(0
bushels of Lump Coal lrom tho Sowaneo Mints
daily- This Coal is frc-h from the mines, and is
of superior quality, and sold at the lowest prico
All Coal goicgout i t the yard h weighed and
sold at so much per bushel.
Tho Sowanoi Coal is of superior quality. -and
frco from8ulphur, tlatc, iron and impurities of
every kuid. It i pcrfet-My sale in Parlor Grates
and Stoves, and produce a greater amount of
heat from a given amount of Coal. Itiinot
only of superior (juali'y lor Parlor Grates and
Stoves, lut is (lfidcdly lirttT for Steam and
lilacksniithing purp it-.
A. J- DUNCAN.
Uen'l Manazer and Superintendent.
Otru'E Bank of the Union.
Coal Yald No. Cedar Street.
HOUSEKEEPERS USE SEWANEE COAL
for cooking purpses. It is better than
wood, does not cot halt the money, and will
novcr injure your stovo; besides it is more con
venient. Tho Scwance Coal has been used for ten years
in this market. It is a pleasure to state that
thero is steady improvement in tho quality of
the Coal. Customers will bo promptly supplied,
and low prices will be universally maintained
by tho Company. octlS lm
Also, wagons of the
No. XU South Cherry
510 AcriH lor Nale Tliri-e I'arnii
.VaaincI .. Cnllioim'ii limits Seven
SIIIci from l.ctmuon.
VIRTUE OF A DECREE OF THE
Ii rhi.tifi.rv lourt at Lebanon. Tcnn.. and
purfuanttoihotermsof a Deed of Trust exe
cuted by Samuel L. CHhoun-ou Munilny,
..... . . I... a, 'Pni.-lnrCVitlii. 1 ll
11111 pt,,-tiiiM . ...j..--- ----
... T :ll ... r.iiKhi! ttalpj.. to InH
highea and best bidder, the Eno farm lands of
Sam 1 Ij. Cnllioun. as ioiiows :
Homo Place. acres, with good improvements.
Prol ine Place, 175 acres, small
itnilin f.inl I.cndJ. 112 acres, no
An l two Stnro Houses nad about of an aero
of land in TaylorsviiU.
Thee lands are valuable and desirable ; no'-gli-
i..i 1 . l,n ,nlA nhsnlutc. Pur-
chasers will have possession 1st day ot Janua
ry Is Tho Uai must be sold, and a bargain
liny be'evpecttd. Apply on the pla-o and cx
.min. .0 mn in Lebinon. Tcnn.
TERMS One-tMrd cash, and the balance in
one and two years, wiiuom imcin..
with two cr more approved pureties. Notts
will Lcdisounted at C 1 cr cent, if purchac.-s
d The land'iV sold without redemption, end to
pay debt,. - VoilADAy.
Trustee and Commisiioner.
Lebanon. Nov- li lS6S-novl7 law4t
mill. Tivnl'liomwll TIKIKll K17I.1.Y
I'lIU 1 1FI.11.1I...P .. , ' ' " ' -
piepared for manufacturing Sunn,
Jloorn, Ulliitlt, insido and out, fitot and
Stationary blatu, Framos of every description,
1 1 1 ,. I"' . : . ..Lin anil nrnAmental.
Mantelpieces, Mouldings of all kinds. Base
Boards, Flooring. Poplar and Pino Ceiling
Plank. Wcatherboarding. and Building Mate
rial generally. AISO, .DUllilora 111", vuiuiovmt"
All at as low raics hi i(i"
quality- Send orders. Punctuality and dis-
p.rcn ire our ummc-aww.
tory adjoiningNashville and Chattanooga Rail
road Locumotivc Shop", Cedar street. Nashville,
Tennessee. . .. . .,,, ..Tu
J. LraSDES & CO.,
KincridTCMKa ami. PiLiia i
Full Iron Frame With
W.irohou-e No. -it, Fourleenth stroot.
No. 8 S. MARKET STREET. So. -'J
HAVE 11EEN PRONOUNCED BY. THE
profession to bo among tho best instru
ments made. First class premiums uura
wherever exhibited- Being one of tho largest
r . . ' Iti.rini. Tn i it n nnn
manui.tciurios ia amens .7
sold 972 Piinoes in 1S67.) wo are enabled to sell
1 . 1.. a r- . n.tlitinn Sonil t(lT
ai prices wiucn iieiy couii"""."
circulars i.nd price lists.
McClure's Music Stoie,
Wholesale and Retail.
The undersigned takes pleasure in r.nnonnc
ing to the public that he bas received another
shipment of the Haines Brothers Pianos,
among which is the "Parlor Beauty. Small
sired Rosewood case, full 7 octaves, round cor
ners and carved legs. This n,Uu.mn.VhJnt
fin qualities 0f tone touch and mechanism,
attract alike thoartist and amatuer. The low
ptia, at which they aro offered, place them
within the reach of every one. hence they aro
destined to h the great lavori 0 of tho public.
My stock of Steinav. Dunham, W eber and
Kraushaar Pianoea is largo and varied, and are
offered at factory prices- ni.
In Organs and Molodens. I deal in tho Burd
etts only, which stand before the public without
"sheet music and small musical merchandise
in the greatest abundance, and sold a t
rales- novl-tf JAb. A. McCLUKL.
Leave Hickman 5:40 A- v.. Accommodation.
Leave Union City 7:20 a. u..
Leave Memphis 5:30 A. if..
Arrive Nashville 11:45 r- a..
Leave Hickman 6:20 p. v.. Express.
J.eave iiempnis o:iar. i.,
Arrive.NashvilloO:30A. v., .
Memphis and LouisvilU Railway for Humboldt,
Memphis, Vicksburg. New Orleans, and all
points soumwest. . .,
At Union Citv with Mobile and Ohio and New
Orleans and Ohio Railways for Padacab, Jack
son, lenn.. Mobile, Ala., Cairo. St. Loui. Chi
cago, and all points South and Northwest.
At Hickman with Atlantic and Mississippi
Steamship and Memphis and St. Louis Packet
Companies' first-class steamers, for all points
on Upper and Lower Mississippi Rivers.
At Nashville with Nashville and Chattanoo
ga, Loaisvitlo and Nashville, Edgefield and
Kentucky and NaihvilleandDecatur Railroads
102 miles shortest route to St. Louis.
45 miles shortest route to Memphis
45 miles shortest routo to Now Orleans-
lUMrcnK olieckiil tlironich lo nil Im
Fare an low rui thu Iowett.
Tickets for sale at the City Transfer Office,
northwest corner Cherry and Church greets,
and at tho Nashvillo and Chattanooga Depot.
Nashxillc Tenn. K. W. COLE,
Presiilent N. .V C. It. R.
A. L. LANDIS. Gen. Agent N. Si N. W. R. R.
EDGEFIELD AND KENTUCKY
Erausviiv?, rtenaf rson & .Na-liviUe
Tbo Most Kelloble KotUr to eu
jili In, Ilnmboldt. Cairo, anil all
1'otulH West ami Sonlli.
Time as Quick as any other Route.
. . t". . ..-T-T-T! LI'Ull 4 V 1.1T. IX
1K.-S. Kxnress Train will leave Nashville
daily at 2:10 v. anil arriva at Uopkinsville at
I', m.. Ill .1 H lUi, UIO!., .. .. -
..m. .TnnMinn with ilcmphis and Louisville
Railroad line for Memphis. Vicksburg, New Or
leans, and all points Southwest-
IassPiiRcr Tor Mi'iniilils will not bt
..i.iiitm! to fhailEO cur?i In Oi ul slit.
Uopkinsville Freight and Aeepmmoitlon will
icave Nashville, Mondays. Wednesdays, and
Fridavs at ::! A. M , and arrive at Uopkins
ville at I:--- P- M-
piseiiircr Fare aad Freight Rates as low a
the lowest. L-3I1El,nETa)tu.n.Sa!t.
No. 37 NORTH CHKItltY STRW.T.
TrOULD RESPECTFULLY GIVE NOTICE
V V 10 his patrons that ho has just received
a large stock of
Clolli,Cassimere fc VcstiuRS,
which ho is prepared to make up to order in the
latest nd moat lashionable stylos. .
W. M Rowen has charge of the bu3inea and
cultingderartment. and will be pleased Jo soe
his old friends. acpB-lf
Ilnrlsv lllo. Smnner founly, Tenn.
np?rp Tf ivrnnir ni.r a r.vll.s? TV
I. XIjOll-.U IV A .T . .1. T ...... .. . '
I? .. nn,l iliniiili.aTia ppT.nnllr thut
- - XUIUIIUIV, UUU .UU WIH.I..' TT . .- - - J . -
our unair factory is now cupuiiuviv. nuuuiiw.
up with all the latest and most improved ma
chinery, and that we have in our employ none
but experienced and skillful workmen. e are,
therefore, enabled to turnish Chairs, the manu
facture of which will compare favorably with
those made elsewhere, and at
Frices wliicJi Defy Competition,
All Chairs made by us have our namc3 sten
celledon tho bottom, as we are not afraid to
have them compared with others. e solicit
the patronago of dealers, and all those who
wish to encourage homo industry and enter
prise, and especially ask that our work and
prices be examined beforo purchasing elsewhere
No. 12 North College Street
Factory, corner ot Summer, Madison nnd
Cherry Street. octl5 diwlf-
A. A. SPENCER
S. E, Corner Walnut and Water its.
Liberal Advances uuduon Shipment, and
careful attention given to filling rdcrs.
DWELLING HOUSE FOR RENT.
WE WILL REST TUE DWELLING
llnuse. No. 22 Si'ruce street, ihreo doors
north of Church. Possession given immediate
ly. For terra', apply on the premi'es. or io
tltAl'jlir-Aij!, nur.A.i .v uiwu.i,
novll tf 4 Publi- Square.
: -n 1 IT "f
First Monilaja in September and
T. M. PATTERSON. President.
IDA PATTERSON, Principal Music ai.d
Assistant Literary Department.
ELIZA BARKSDALE. Assistant Litera
It jl. POTTS, President Board Tiustees.
J.'llUTCHINS.Treas'r " ,
Jl P. ANDREW'S. Ses'y
ri II. .Tones, cSc Co.,
Manufacturers and Dealers iu
Agricultural Implements, Im
proved Machinery, etc.,
ORESENT " DODGE'S PERFECT PLOW."
JL a tho best for all purposes ever onereJ to
trie public mado of the finest Herman fctecl. or
superior finish, and warranted ic every respect.
They also keep constantly on hand at their
Southern "Farmers' Dapot,"
the be3t Improved A--r-culluraI Machinery, at
Manufacturers' priees. including
The Finest Stnel nml Cait Vloiys, Col
ton CJIns various sizes and patterns, includ
ing the tclcbrnteil UUIAKTr STKKI.
ISItl'SII IMTJ.XT, which aids from twot5
three cents to the value of tho cotton; Wheat
Drill, Corn Miellcr, Strawani! Tpeil
CnttcrN, Two Horse Wagoni, Wlirat
Tan nnd Sccl Whnt Clcaneir.M, Cnltl.
valors, Hnrron. Donblo SIiotcN, CI
iior .Mills, Ili-apcr ami Jlowern, Horip
rowern. Thresher ami Separators,
iSorjro Machlnrs, Kvpornlor.H. elr.
oct!6 lm dw
W. J. PORTED & CO.,
( ottoii anil Tofjaeco Factor
No. 11 Pearl Stret.
LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES MADE BY
our Agents Ed. K. Peuneb.iker. No. .1
South Market street. Naahvile, TeflB. and
Baylor R- Stewart, Huntaville. Ala.
Sollcc lo !hon Canso-In Kankrniitcy
rpHIS TS TO .OIVE NOTICE THAT 1VM
i N. Wilson. Alex. La! on. J. Smith, T. I.
Stroud. G. . W. Edwards. C. C. Fake?. W. R
Ramsey, and J- A. Anthony, of N ilon count y
Tennessee, have filed in the office of the tiers
of this Court their petitions for discharge, and
it was thereupon ordered by tho Co tt tnat a
hearing bo had upjn tho same
on llie litis ly of Sovimber, ISCs,
at the office ol Alex- S- Bradley. Register, in
tho Court House, in Lebanon. Tenn .at the
hours of W.Uii.Vai.ni.&i.Jb and
o'clock, and lhat all creditors who have proven
their ucbts, and other persons interested may
appear at the said time and place, and show
ciiic. if any they have, why the prayers of the.
petitioners may not be .granted, and thU the.
second and third meeting of said creditor Will
be bad at said - Mtae-- c,t . ;
oct30-3t U- S. Dist- Court Mid. Dist. lean.
Notlco lo Show Canse-ln IlauLruiilcj'
rpiIIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE THAT JAJIEo
JL E. Wheeler, L. A. McCardcr. L. M. Brown.
Achilles Hare. John W. Carter and Laborae
Loftis. all of Jackson county. Tenncpce. have
filed in the offieo of tho Cleric of this Court their
.... r 1 - -t tt 1, ti . thprfinnon or-
peiuions 10 , u i.1.!! 1 . , ,"", , "
dr rtd by tho Court that a hearing be had upon
On the I01I Hay of Sovembcr, 1Si.
at tho hours of 0. Wi. i0. 1M4. -p.
M., respectively, botore J. . Johnston. tJi-,
Regiter.in Gainsboro. Jackson eouity, lenn.
and that all creditors who have proven their
debts, ami other persons interested, may appear
at such timo and place, and show taxae. it
any they have, why the rrayer of said pe
titions should not bo granted, and that, the
second and thinl meetings of creditors wi.I bo
had bcloro the BLu CleJrlc,ae0
II. S. Dist. Court Mid. Dis. of Tenn.
Notice to Show Cause In Bankruptcy.
niHISISTO GIVE NOTICE THAT JOHN
1 Wood. Jonas L. Wilson. M. L. Mefclroy and
R.A. McDonald. Oeorge W. Sawyer. D. l.us
tcll andF- M- Lauter. of Lincoln county. Ten
nessee, have tiled in the office of the Clerk of
this court their pttitions for discharge, and it
was thereupon onlercdfcy the court that a heor
ing be had uponthesamo
On the 1st Iny ri)cceniler, lUCS,
at the hours of9.04. 10. 10'4. 11. 11J4 a. m.
andl'i a. respectively, at the oBiee ot iv..n.
Doughty. Em-. Roiister.m lajotteyille. Lin
coln county. Tenncsjce. and that all creditors
who have proven their debts, and other persons
interested, may appear at said time ami piece,
and sbow came, if any they have, why the
prayers of Skid petitions ma not.be granteil.
and that the sec iml ami third meetings cf creil
itor will be had at said time and place.
E. R. CAM PI. Kill., Clerk,
IT. S. Dist. Cuurt .Mid. Dnt. of 'lenn.
Notice to Show Cause In Bankruptcy
rjlHIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE THAT W L.
i. Hiown. H J- RujmII, Samuel J. Bradley.
David Little. Milton Hsk ami Joseph llrown.
all of Whiio county. Tennes-ce, have Clcl in
the office of the Clerk f 1 this Court, their peti
tions for discharge, and it was thereupon ordered
by the Cr.urt lhat 3 heating be had upon the
On H10 201 h Hay ol Xovrinlicr, 1S8
At the hours of9!.,'. 10.10.V 11 and 11! a. JJ. anjl
PJu. respectively, at the otficeoflho ncgisler. J.
W. Johnston. Ei . in Sparta. Tenniwee. and
that all creditors who havo. proven ihe debts,
and other persons wno are interested, may ap
pear at the 'Hid time ad place, and show caue.
if any they have, why the prayer of raid peti
tioni -hould n Jt bo granted, and that the second
and thud meetings ot said creditor, will be had,
before the Iteg 'jlrjlKKLUCUr"
USy-i n urt. Mil. Dist.ot Ten
Notice lo Show Canst In IlnnhiiipCcr
rpHI? IS TO GIVE NOTICE THAT W. L.
J- Huahe. of Smith county. Tennessee, ba?
filed in tho office of Ihe Clerk of this Court,
hi petition for di-ebarge. and it was thereupon
ordered by the Court that a hearing be had up
on tho samo.
On lho 11th Dai of Novemher, ISC'?,
at o'S p- it., before J. W. Johnsten. Esq.. Regis
ter at tho Courthouse in Carthage, Tennessee,
and that all creditors who have proven their
debt, and other persons who are interested,
may appear at the,said time and place, and
show cause, if anv they have.juby the praver
of said petition shonld not be granted, ami tnat
the socond and third meetings ol laid creditors
will bo had b f.ro the Register, at Ihe same
time and p!ace K R CAMpniTjc,k,
U. f'. Dist. Court. Mid- Dit. of Teen.
Q4t22 thursdays 3t
MiihSI.' islrlct of Tennessee.
fPHE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY GIVK--
notice of his appointment aj assignee 1 1
Bankruptcy of P. F- ArbucStle and W. N. Pais
cy of Rutherford county. Tcnneesee. who have
beendeclai l bankrupts upon their owo peti-tioni-
.Murfreesboro. Tenn-, (Jet. 1 1 lW-
EDWARD L. JORDAN. Assignee
" bankrupt sale.
I W I I.LSEI.L AT TB K COURTHOUSE DOOR
1 inMiirfreesboro..-aturday. November 21st.
lSSI. at li o'clock a. Jt.. the interest of C. W.
Brwnm52.aer in and the ii, land bo
loBgin,? to tho estate o V- C. J. Ha"us, de
ceasod? It iasituateil five milee frum Jlurfrpes
boro certhe Lebanon Pike: it 19 well watercl,
timbered and improved. and u free from all er.r
cumbrancej. Terms eh. A. A. HALL.
nov3 lw Assignee.
Notice loMiowCaase-In Itaultriuiley
THIS IS TO GIVK NOTICE thai a ij.
Higdon.aiii W. H. Robinson. 1r.tjjt1aaa.I7
and as partners trading o M' '
W. D. MeClure and R. J- W'ker. ind.' 1 itial-y
and as runner trading : M MeClure i V aUtr.
D. L. Kimbreugh. J. W. Brown. D-O. I ry.
Jame 11. Conner. Granville lou. s ai.- J
M Wa"taff, ail of Giles county. 1 nnr
haVe filed In the oBee ef U Clerk of tLu ( -tr.
their petitions for discharge, and it t- r
upon ordered bv tbe Court thai n La i- "
had upon the rase.
On the H1U Uny r eC4iilicr,IS(.M,
at the hours of Will. - . y
'"A and i r. respectively, at .tho oCeo cl Ij
N. Doughty. Ei.. Register, -u the t. wt 1
Pulaski. Giles county. Tennessee, aril t . ..
creditors who have proven their dcbti. , a -A
. ;niBrnarcril nm appear tlisc:: 1
time and pIace.aadshoweaase.it any they have,
why the prayers of the petition... W tk-
granteil. and that the semd and tlird n.rct
inw of slid creditors will be had at f au t.e
and Place. CAMPBELL. Clcrt.
V S. Kit. Court Mid. li-t or Ttr.n
novll Wednesdays 3t
tY VIRTUE OF A WRIT VEN- EXPONAS
JD to mo direeted from the CiretntCpurt of tho
United States fer tho Southern District or Ala
bama, to ratify a judgment, rendered 07 ti.1
Court on the 18th day of April. ISfiT. in favcr . '
the United States of America against Cade M
Oodbold and John 31. Brown, for Ike can cJ
J30 SO and the costa of unit. I will
On Saturday, the 28th of Eov. 18C8
at the Courthowe deor in the city of Nashy.ile,
kII to the highest bidder for cah in ban J, a.i
the right, title, elaim. interest and estnto wt: -h
Cade M. Uodbold has in and to the l II.w.r.T
described traet of land, to wit.: .
Lying and being in the eounty i.r Lmeo. ar. t
State of Tennessee, on the waters cf ileet nvcr
beginning at a blck-jnin and post-oak. ta
southwest coraer of U9'i acrH. in the nantf
Joel B. Clements ; thence east four hundred sr I
thirty-five polei to a red-c.ak ami two tlosw z .:.
the southeast coraer of said 6.W." i acres : ticr.ca
north with the east boundary of tho samp t r.t
hundred and thirty-four pole to a red-oak. t.:a
outhweast comer of 3 acres owned by JamtJ
Phillips: thence east fifty-three pples to a r tz-a
3 ddpointers: thence south with tho west L-aa
anry line of SO acres in the name of baiiz:r .
eighty poleg to a post-oafc. the southwetc in:r
of the same; theceeeait one hundred a-i ;e
poles t.i a Hake and pointer, on t'jo wcs. L- -iz-dary
line of IU) acres in the name or saj Ui
ders; thence aath sixty-four poLs to ared
oak. the southwest corner of the tame; lUc- e
eait with t.be same eighty-two poles t j a wt. c
oak. the southeast corner r the same . te- r
north wi.h the east boundary or tho samo u.-.z-ty
poles to a dogwood, the north cast ccrnrrcf
the some, aad oh the south oeHndary line r f 1
acres in the name or McCartney : thecce e.-.:r
twenty poles to three do-, wood, tbo tou'. z t
corner of the same, and on tho wes t boan.iry
line o George Keouscr's laed; theneo r:c.J
orty poles to a SpaBish-oak. the t or. . Lwe . c.
laerof the same: thence east eigh! c sU- r e
to a white -oak. the apatha.t f rnej n U
,me amlnniae west boundary line cr.n. r
tract of laiHl ' f ud Koouser; urn.o .u.a
forty-nine po.es to a black-oak. tho s f .wc;.
corner of Ihe same: thence e' t- rtj "ca
poles to a red" ik. the southeost c rtttc' -zA
same, and on the north boniidary l.ro Of 1 r
Saundern'Iand; ihenws. uth with t..as33: -
hundred an.1 ferty polM to a rfcd-oak rt.e
north nonndary line of LiBteains land; t-s.
west with the same fifty -two poles to o r -.
the northwest coraer of the same; then cr -.a
four poles to tw P "t oaks, the nrl'sait . c..
ner of an entry in the name of sal. Lir uc
thence we t -evcnty-eight po!e- t. a L r .
the nortliwst scrnr of the same : -cr. 3 r. - -fourteen
poles to a dogwood the u lata -t
ner of Riehard Clineher' Urn ; luir a c- -twenty-two
polc to a jlgwod ihe.. c r j
witd tbe et boundary line or an .cufr" l-
game of Jacob Webster eighty ix p us t. a
white-oak. the northeast corner of tho ra;
west with the same eighty-one polts to a b.a;
oak. the northwest corner of the fame, th r-o
south, crying the eld Stale line roa I at t
poles in all EW p,ol. to a hickory and nil:
wood: theecewei -VS jrf.le. to a ?w":t gu
thence north 1S5 pole to the beginning, c -.
veyed by Ptolemy F. Harris. Assignee m lar.k
rupteyof Latre. Converse Co.. tj (ale i:
rcgUterwl in the' KKister s office oi 1
ceunty. Ttnnewee- The above Iran CuZ'i
about SWJB ftcree more or
Sale withm the hours prescribe.I hy N
oetll 1. wit SI- I'.D T
how Cau?e In Hi.-krup ;y
rnms IS TO GIVK NOTICE THAT J 1:
I nl ver and B. LfHor. f Cannon r ar
linne. b ve iled.in the offiee.of the C
thi emrtl their petitiow lor discharge. a. 5
wal hereupon entered by the Court that a hr
ing be had upon the e
On the 23I lay -.r .Soember, isr.s,
at thehoursof 9aml,J1, A. - rwpecjive'-. i.
the office or W. N- Doughty. E.'o. m Woq:
rannon county. Tennewe. that all crc,.';
who have proven their debts, and ot hers Wer
MteJVmay appear at said time and pla-o a
Xw cause, if any they have, why tho irayrr ,
MU petitiQBJ should not be granted aJ th f
the second awl third meetings of creditors w.!l
be held ut ..idtime J, f Iilfe.
U. S. Dut. Court Mid. Lut- of Te-n.
nov7 Saturdays 3t ,
I.. : l.z
rpiIIS IS! TO.
GIVENOTIC J. N
r T .. Wm. Pirlr.i -
S. B. Roiell. Jehnsen WamI. Dona.d I Jmen-,
J. T. Flemiag and E. W.Overton, all of Wil
liamson county. Tenneee. hve filed In lho
office of the Clerk ef this Ceurt. their pet iti 3n I r
discharge, and It was thereupon crdered j tia
Court that a, hearing bo bad upon the same.
du the ISlh Uny of November 1SGS.
at the hoursoflK.lJJ.2. &. U.
3M. f. M. respeetively at the oltice cf A, .
Ilradley, Register, in theCourt Honseia Trash
lin. Tennessee, and that all ereditoi3 wfcp haTe
proven their debts, ami other persons mteresti.l
may appear at said lime and place, and sh-w
cause, it any they bate, why the prayer 01 s.i:4
petitiees sheuHl net be gnwted. and lhal ; th
ieceivd andtHrd meeting of the crc lifers sha.J
be had before the Regbter at the fiito t ?
aaJ l lMt- E. R. CAMPBBbL. Hcrlr. r
ct30-3t U.S.Dfet.OartjMUdieDisit Ten?.