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NASHVILLE UNION AND AMERICAN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1S6S.
UNION AND AMERICAN.
lolly GS; KcmKlVecltly 81; Weeltly 82
inUIlSiAV. KOVEHBEH 13, ihg
THE BNIYEUSAI, SUFFRAGE lXlOP
OSITION. Thoro is a -very earnest movement
among tho Radicals of the North in favor
of so amending tho constitution of the
United KL-itriS as tn nsf.iMieVi
K ! Suffrage in all the States. This morc-
V . i : - 1 1 . 1 1C r ,t r
mem. is iuauu m ucuaii oi mo icw negroes
in the North who arc excluded from tho
ballot-box. Repealed efforts havo been
mado to havo tho right of suffrago ex
tended to tho negroes in thoso State?,
but tho white people, Republicans as
well as Democrats, havo shown an un
willingness to make tho negro their polit
ical equal in States whero their votes
could exert but litllo influence eithei
way. The Radical leaders havo deter
mined to tako a short cut in hav
ing mis worn uono by tho m-
terferonco of Congress. That body pre
scribed negro suffrago for tc.t Southern
States, and if it was competent to do
that for theso Stales, why not for tho
Northern States? But the Radicals do
not propose to do this work in so looso a
manner as they did when legislating for
the South. Their purpose now is for
Congress to pass an act proposing an
amendment to the constitution establish
ing universal suffrago in all tho States,
anl that this amendment' shall bo sub-
mlUed-to-tho BtatoXogttilaturM ferratifl-
cation. Should three-fourths of tho Lcgis
latutes ratify the amendment, as it is
confidently asserted they will, negro sul
rago would then bo established in tho
Southern States by something moro than
the uncertain tenure of a meroactof Con
gross. Tho Baltimoro American (Radi
cal) says "No Stato shall deny tho right
of suffrage on account of raco or color,"
is understood to bo the precise wording
of tho proposed amendment, and that it
will probably be offered -on tho fiist day
of the re assembling of the fortieth Con
gross next month, and tho American
"The expectation is that it will, beforo
tho middle of January, bo passed bv a
two-thirds vote of Congress, sent to tho
Stato Legislatures then in session for
ratilication. and that ay tho -1th of .March.
1SG9 the day of tho inauguration of
ocn. brant it win uo part and parcel
oi the constitution oi uic united States.
It thus appears that it i3 tho purpose)
of tho Radicals to have suffrage a frco
thing to every man when Qen. Grant
shall assume the reins of government
They control a sufficient number of tho
Slato Legislatures to securo tho ratifica
tion of tho amendment, and there is
scarcely a doubt that it will be promptly
ratified if proposed by Conjrress. Tho
Chicago platform declares that tho
question of suffrago should "bo left to
the Stales." But a way is pointed out
by which this stumbling block can be
got out of the way, and that is for tho
States to confer this light upon the gen
erai government by a constitutional
amendment. Congress will probablyask
that this be done, and there is scarcely a
doubt that tho Legislatures will comply,
The question then suggests itself as to
what will bo the bearing of tho proposed
amendment upon West Virginia, Tonnes
sec and Missouri. Of courso it will strike
down tho iniquitous disfrar.-liismi?nt
which has excluded from tho polls a verv
large luajonty of tho whito men of theso
States. In proposing tho contemplated
amendment, Congress would of courso gi
no further in tho work of disfran
chising than that body did in the
reconstruction acts. That would not
exclude from tho polls fivo hundred
whito citizens of Tennessee. If the
amendment should go even this far, it
would change tho whole aspect of affairs
in this State. It is scarcelv necessary to
say that tho Radical leaders here, know
ing that their tenure of offieo depends
upon sustaining tho present sweeping
disfranchisement, will violently oppose
this universal suffraco proposition. But
tho thing is drifting rapidly in that dircc
tiori, and it is wonderful that our legis
latorsJo not seo that events must culmi
nato iu the adoption of universal suffrage
throughout the States, and that such a
measure will emancipate Tennessee. It
is a Radical movement, and wo report its
progressive stages to shov our legisla
tive Solons that their oxclusiveness does
not meet tho approbation of their
own party in other portions of the coun
try. Tho Washington Chronicle makes
this emphatic declaration :
"Regarding suffrago as tho exponent
and pledge of each man's right to self
government, wo consider it indispen
ablo to that liberty which all Americans
aro supposed to believe to bo an inalicn
sable right Its establishment has there
fore seemed to us necessary to tho full
vindication of tho very fundamental
theory of our governmont"
This is the spirit in which Tennessee
Radical disfranchisement is met by men
who aio actuated by any regard for tho
peace of tho country. It cannot be justi
fied by even Northern Radicals, and they
aro willing to seo it swept from existenco
by an amendment of tho constitution of
J ho United States. While thrso oceur
iciices aro taking place in the North, wo
Reo no signs of softening on the part of
tho Tennessee Legislature, ai.d no man
seems to look to tliat body with hop-.
Such is Radicalism in Tcnsf.i o
a .vbw kxow Normao
The Philadelphia Pit ihn TitiorM
the now Know Nothing niovouii ut
tleorgo WilkoF, in on elaLnruk- leadrr,
advocates the abrogation of the naturali
zation laws on the ground that tho r-ys-twnatii
frauds oi the Democratic judges
closing their eyes to the pro-titution of
. thoir seals and whnlcsalo perjury will
tend to tho utter demoralization of the
innocent masses of our foreign popula
tion. Tho argument U novel, but not
without force, however humiliating i:n
, tleorgo Wilkes conducts a half purt
inp, half political journal in New York,
called Wilkes Spirit of the Times,
ivliich is frequently used by the loaders
of tho Radical party 33 a kind of pilot
balloon to test the current of public opin
iou. This is probably tho use to which
it has been put in the present instance,
and the first paper to respond to tho pro
position is tho Philadelphia Press. ILro.
then, is a movement in favor of repealing
all tho naturalisation laws of this coun
try, f-turtcd in ono quarter and endmscd
in another, which shows that it has Lien
a subject of thought and consultation
among the men who aro to lead in tho
Forty-first Congress. Negroes can vote,
Lot not white men born in other coun
tries Bad as was Know-Notlnngism, it
never went to the point now suggested.
The Itadicals mean to restrict tho suf
frage eo far A whito men aro concerned
and this ia the inauguration of the crusade
CONGKEHS TO CONTIKl'E TO KE
Tho theory of the Constitution is. that
there shall bo three co-ordinate depart
ments in the government, co-equal in their
assigned spheres, to tho proscribed degree
independent of each other, and each to
check, balanco, and correct attempted
encroachments and aberations from tho
constitutional lino by ono or both of the
others. This is ono nf !.
features of tho American system, and
tho most admirable. Practically, within
tho past thrco years, Radicalism has
abolished this feature. Itjias mado Con
gress supremo over the President and tho
Supremo Court. All through tho recent
campaign, it was openly argued that tho
troubles of tho country wcro traceable to
the attempt of President Johnson to
assert tho Executive perogatives against
thb dictation of that body, and that Gcd.
Grant should bo elected in order that a
concordance between Congress and tho
Executive could bo maintained. Tho
Radical doctrino is that Congress is
directly representative of tho will of tho
pooplo and its measures must bo tho
supremo law; without let or hindranco
from any authority.
It so happens however, that in tho
elections to tho next Congress that party
has had its strength in tho IIouso of
Representatives, reduced below a two
thirds majority, and such a number i3
necessarr to that absolute domination in
the government which it seeks to retain,
With this fact in mind, and tho further
facte, that Grant's position is dubious,
arid ho as incrutablc as tho SphynS, the
astuto leaders have commenced to grow
uneasy about' Congressional almightincss
for tho next fourycars. Thoy preceivo
it is quite possible that Grant may John'
sonizo or Tylerize, and that a veto, with
out two-thirds in tho Senato and IIouso
of Representatives, might seriously crip-
plo their power, and baulk some mcdi
tated schemes. Ilcnco thoy aro devis
ing measures to givo Grant to understand
that ho is to go into tho Presidency with
tho kvvcs on his limbs, and that if ho
dares to contest tho will of the "loyal"
millions, and thwart anything they, tho
loaders, may chooso to call ono of the
results of tho great conflict, that two
thirds of both houses of Congress will bo
more than a match for him. If posiblo
they intend to havo harmony between the
President and Congress,by giving the Rad
icals of the latter body the power to mak.o
him do as thay please. As we said :
few days after tho election, every closely
contested scat will ho put through tho
mill of the House Committco on Elec
tions, and a reliable Radical will be
ground out and given the scat They
intend to havo the requisite two-thirds
to nullify any veto of Gen. Grant. Tho
Now York World of tho 16th inst. de
velops the onenins inanojvu'.rs in this
game, and says :
The latest phase of tho little gamo is
to keep the two-thirds. As matters now
stand the Radicals are somo ten or twelve
short of a two-thirds in the forty-first'
Congress. To uo away with this over
plus of Democrats and thereby put tho
ring in Grant's nose, should the General
prove restive, is a prime object, and this
is the way they mean to do it Im
primis, the word has gono out lrom
Washington and waked into galvanic
lifo a certain select decoction, Uto
in number, of that learned body that,
from the antecedents of its mem
bership, was known as tho Mississippi.
Cham-gang Convention. 1 his decoction
styled committee, has all of a sudden dis
covered that tho negro constitution was
not, after all, defeated in Mississippi by
7,029 votes, as ofliciaity reported by the
district commander, but seven strong
anti-constitution counties being thrown
out was carried. Wherefore tho said
quintriple crew, in a rescript dated the
third of this month, announco that tho
affair has been "duly ratified and adopt
ed," and divirs carpet-bap; and negro
gentry elected as State ofiiiers and to
Congress These latter resurrections be
ing five (5) in number, it follows that, on
tho adoption of this manifesto by Con
gress, as it will bo adopted, tho trooly
loii will add at ono fell blow fivo brand
new carpot-bag votes to their depleted
ranks. Further than this, it has been
ascertained, as a Washington special
to tho Post is good enough to tell us, that
thero was such "Rebel terrorism" in Lou
isiana as kept the ioil negroes, who mado
bread and meat for the Confedcrato ar
mies when they could not have been
forced so to do, from the poll-;. This
means, of coure, that a sufficient number
sf affidavits at $ a-pieco have b.-cn
prepared to make a good basis for casting
out tho five Louisiana Democratic Congressmen-elect,,
whereby it but romains
for tho Ioil to oust two, or. at most, three
moro Democrats to cet their two-thirds.
This is soon done, as it is now being "as
certained" that in Georgia thero was also
a terrorism which lost tho State to Grant.
This done, out tro seven Georgia Demo
crats, and voila! tho two-thirds. Then let
Lot-us -have-peaco wag his head Johnson
izingly at us if ! o daro, and we, unto
whom is siven tho fulness of the earth.
not forgetting tho two-thirds, will show
him on which sido of the hedge shines
the sun. What'a little gamo it is, to be
Just six hundred and fifty years ago
last August, on the little island-aicadow
in the river Thames, known as Runny
medo, the friends of freedom in England
met King John, and wrested from him
tho British rights of Magna Charts, con
taining these word:
"No man 6hnll boarrcsted, imprisoned,
or deprived of his own frco housohold, or
of his liberties, or of his own free cus
toms, or outlawed or banished, or injured
in any manner; nor will wc pass sentence
upon him, nor scud trial upon him, unless
by tho legal judgment of his peers, or ly
the law of the land"."
This germ of civ. 1 liberty was defended
in England by two hundred and fifty
years of war, and ratified by many acts
of Parliament, aud no King w Parlia
ment of England would dare to restrict
the privilege of the habeas corpus
which was engrafted in sur constitution.
Somo six years bofurc tiio Federal con
stitution was adopted, a remarkable
prophecy was uttered under tho follow
ing related circumstances :
"In 17S0 Ilenry Laurens, former Pre
sident of tho Continental Congress, was
sent as Minister to Holland. On his way
ho was captured and imprisoned in tho
Tower of London for fourteen months.
When Lord Shclburno became Premier,
Laurcna was brought up on habeas cor
pus and released. After his release, ho
dined with .Lord bhelburno. when the
conversation turned on tho separation of
tho two countries. Lord Sheluurnc re
marked : 'I am Forrv for vour people.'
Why so?' asKed Laurens. 'They will
lose tho habeas corpus,' was tho re
ply. 'Lose tho habeas corpus,?' said
Laurens in astonishment. 'Yes,' said
Lord Shclburno ; 'we purchased it with
centuries of wrangling, many years of
fighting, and had it confirmed by at leas
fitly acts 01 Parliament. All tins taught
tho nation it; value; and it is so in
graiuid into their creed as tho very four;
elation of liberty, that no man or party
win over uare to trample on it iour
peoplrf will pick it up and attempt to use
it; but, having cost them nothing, they
will not Unow how to appreciate it At
tho first great internal feud you have,
the majority will trample upon it, and
tho people will permit it to bo done, and
so will go your liberty.' "
When a people, without even a' protest,
seo wholo States disfranchised in time of
peaco, says the New York Express, tho
ballot taken from hundreds of thousands
of intelligent white men and given to
hundreds of thousands of negroes, when
suffrago and majorities aro wrested by
military force and Radical usurpation
from whole States, as in West Virginia,
North .and South Carolina, Alabama,
Arkansas and. Florida, and, as, from
1SGA to 1SC9, when thero is a quiet ac
quicscncc in tho mode and result of such
transactions, the prophecy mado to
Laurens, eighty, eight years sinco, has
simply becomo history. Tho United
States constitution, in its guarantees of
personal liberty, was founded upon tho
Magna Charta of our British ancestors,
and we havo seen it trampled under foot
more times than tho years which havo
passed since 1780. It is both our fault
and our misfortuno that this has been
done, that a fragmentary Congress has
mastered the Federal Executive, upset
the Federal Judiciary, and often impris
oned without a trial, tried without a jury,
condemned without a hearing, and pun
ished without reason or justice.
A CAVSU CELEBRIS.
On last Saturday Judge Clifford, of
tho United Stales Supremo Court, dc"
cided at Boston, ono of the most inter
esting lawsuits of tho age tho Howland
will case which was first mentioned in
tho press about a year since.
Miss Sylvia Ann Howland, of New-
Bedford, died in 1805, leaving property
valued at about $2,200,000, and a will
in which sho bequeathed half of it to her
niece, Miss Hetty "Robinson (now Mrs.
Edward H. Green), and tho other half to
various friends, servants, and public
charities. Miss Robinson thereupon
produced an earlier will, under which
sho would havo obtained tho wholo cs
tato, and demanded that tho latter one
should bo set aside, on tho ground that
it was in violation of a contract entered
into between herself and her aunt
this contract, Miss Howland
Miss Robinson, it was averred,
made a mutual agreement
touching their respectivo wills, the
aunt to lcavo all her property to the
niece, and the niece all her own (amount
ing to several hundred thousand dollars)
to her heirs, or failing heirs, to public
charities. Tim object of this bargain
was to keep all the money of both ladies
out of tho hands of Miss Robinson's
father. Tho suit was brought in tho
form of a complaint by Miss Robinson
against tho residuary legatees ; and tho
answer of tho respondents wa?, first,
that no such contract as sho alleged had
ever been made : and secondly, that a
material part of the will which sho pro
duced was a forgery.
It was upon this second point that tho
principal interest of tho trial depended,
tho argument of tho respondents being
not that the signatuic to the page of tho
will in question was unliko Miss How-
land's, but that it was too marvellously
like tho signaturo to tho other pago to have
been produced in any other way than
forgery by tracing. The evidenco on this
question was exhaustive. Tho signa
tures wcro indeed shown to bo precisely
alike, and not only wcro all tho best
known experts examined as to tho un-
prccedentedncss of such a resemblance,
but a most interesting exposition of tho
theory of probabilities was obtained from
a distinguished mathematician a raro
instance of tho application of tho higher
mathematics to tho proceedings of courts
of law. Trof. Pierce of Cambridge, whoso
testimony was heard by the court, arerrcd
that ho had conclusively demonstrated by
the differential calculus, that it was not
probable that in many millions of times
tho sisnature of an individnal will bo
precisely tho same.
The court has taken a year to deter
mine tho case, and now decides that
there was no contract such as Miss
Robinson avers, and her complaint con-
s qucntly falls to the gtound, forgery or
no forgery. Tho second part of tho re-
pondents' answer is consequently passed
over, and tho genuineness of the dis
puted document is left unsettled. The
failure todecido whether tho will adduced
by Miss Robinson was a forscry, ia
a disappointment to thoso who had
watched tho progress ol tho case, as
it would havo determined one of tho most
curious and interesting points of evi
denco over presented in American juris
M i..Mi- i ni .
nasnvine ana unauanooffd
CIihhkc of r.C"iin"
PASSENGER TRAINS WILL
Nashville daily, as follows:
Hay Train A. sr.
rain .C:(io I'. 31.
Making direct connection nt Chattanooga with
tho uesteru anil Atlantic i.ailroad tor Atlanta.
Macon. Columbus. West Point, Aucusta. Sa
vannah and Albany. Georgia; Lufaula. Mont
gomery anil Mobile, Alabama: Charleston anil
Columbia; bantu Carolina; V llmington, Lhar-
l"tt anil llaleign, Aortti Carolina, anil inter
At Savannah passengers hj.: c choice uf water
or rail route to ilorida.
PASSENGERS I OR
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V.'Al:lmrtiii 1'lly. Until
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will rcaka direct connection" by t jl.iiiK the f. W
r ii, rrain ont oi .anvino.
THIN f.M TIIK MSO'T KOt'Ti:
Washing! m City, I'.al! iti.ore, l'l.ilajtlpht.a
nuil mif orfc.
rAUE AS LOW AS ANY OTHER HOl'TE,
Baggage Checked Through.
I'nSncf r!l-ijliK Cnr on nil Niyht Trains. I
SUE BY ViLLE ACCOMMtlD AT ION
I.cavei Nashville 3:"M P. M.
Arrives at Wartrace "10 P. 31.
Loaves Martisee - M A. 31.
Arrives at Nashville 10.00 A. 31.
Passencers for 3Ic31innviIlo anil 3Timebei!ter.
Winchester and Alabama or Jasper Brani'h
llaiironis will Like me liay Train out of fvasa.-
ville. .1. tV. TltollAS,
V. L. DAN LEY. Superintendent.
O. T. Agent. novl'tf
Hooper Harris & Co.,
General Cofflinission Merchants,
ZH'i l!HO. I D WAY, SEtV TIISK.
rtASH ADVANCES MADE ON CoNSION
J ment-", by our Agent, .tlr. It. '. ftlu,
.-oum Jiaruet street, Aashville. ienn.
Refer tu .1. C Crory. Cashier First National
Hank, and to Merchants of Nashvillo generally,
Ilonsi' aud Lund for Salo.
riHB RESIDENCE OF THE LATE OEN'L
JL I'udicI b. Uonclson, with one hundred or
ACHES OiF I..4Xi,
at Heiider,,onville, Sumner r j 'nty, Tcnni-.ufc.
Tb f.irui ban the la!Utin tnrupiko' in front,
lirsko'ii croek on one side, the Depot on the
t.oui5il.o railroad in view, and is unsurpassed
by snyoioer in tue state. .'Xildrcrs. or call on
Hendersonville, Samner county,
or I)B. Wil. WILLIAMS.
Three miles noilh of Edgefield, Davidson
county. Tcnncszcc. corI2 1 St
LOST. SOMEWHERE ON CUUUCfl OK
High streets, botween tho First Prcsbyto
rian Church and Union Stroet, a Garnet Brace
let, with tho initials "C. C. V." engraved on
tho inside. Tho finder will bo liberally re
warded by.leaving it at tho
nov-19 It Ukiox and Amekican Office.
IMIl 1809. TO A GOOD TENANT. A NEAT.
; comfortable Dwelling Honso. on the Leba
non turnpike.-throe milos from tho city. Pos
session given immediately. Apply o
(JALi L. lilt x uam.iij. x,
riRUNK. DODSON & Co. WILL SELL THIS
i fTh,ir!,l!ivl Mnminp. November 19. com
mencing at 10 o'clock, to tho Trade, a larco con
signment of Staple and Kancy XJryoods.ltoady-
made Ulotbinc. ijats, onoes ana varieucj.
Salo positivo and terms cash. noTl9 It
Peremptory Trade Sale.
ykata susi:r.ns & e.
WILL SELL THIS MORNING, COMMENC
ing at 9 o'clock, two large consignments
of fresh and seasonable
13 R Y d O O D S,
from Philadelphia and Cincinnati. Also, an
invoice of Staplo and Pancy Articles to cloao
accounts. , , .
At 11 o'clnek, wo will sMl a handsomo assort
ment of MILLINERY GOODS, otc. etc.
Just in Time I
LARGE ARRIVAL OF
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
TlfW TWVTTR TUT! ATTENTION OF THE
Vt Trade to oar largo ant welt selected
RG.1DY-HADC CLOTHING and
Cloths, Casslmcrcs nnil Vrxtlucti.
which will bo made to ud order at short notice
and in the most fashionable styles. Call and
ezaminoonr mammoth stock.
KIIICIZEK fc ATIE.VEK,
Noj. 51 and 53 South Market street.
JAMES E. PATTERSON, Salesman.
TN ORDER THAT THE FUNDS IN MY
I lionria mavhAfli9trihnted. I hereby civeno-
tico to all persons having claims against tho
cstato of Robert Page, deceased, to file tho
samo authenticated as the law presrri bes, by the
FlltSl' DAY OI' JIAItCH SEXT,
after which time an appropriation of said funds
will be made, Bnd any claim not filed on- or be
fore said day will be barred both in law and
equity- r. ii. iiiiui.
nov!9 lOt Clerk Dairidion Co. Court.
A CJQf0 TnTmcif-mPTlt
KJOIC 111 V CCiWliCllU .
JN ADDITION TO OUR STOCK OF
HARDWARE A CWTM3UY
FOR THE WHOLESALE TRADE,
wo havo se:urcd the Agency for
MacNEALE & URBAN 'S
Burglar and Fire-Proof Safes,
WITH COMBINATION LOCKS.
which wo sell at the Manufacturers' Prices, with
freight added. A largo stock on nana, anil can
supply any size and hnisn.
Also-wo manufi-turo BREAST . CO-'S
Eoya' Tyr!ai and Ca mina Inks.
i'nn ripinar fipat nnd 'moit nonular ink in tho
market. Consumer' of ink can be supplied nt
C. W. SMITH'S,
McCLEAN A CO.'S.
and it is sold to tho Trade by Wholesale Hou.es
CRAIGHEAD, BREAST & GIBSON
niivi'J2m Bj 43 Public Squnrp.
ailddle District Tennessee.
THE i,NDERiS;3NED HEREBY GIVES
notice of his t.aointment as Assignee ol
W. E. Dillen and S. L. Waller, "oi Davidson
county, Tennossce. within Mid District, who
have been amudceu Danxrupis upon loeir own
rotitions. by the District Court of said District.
nur.A. xi. n.iiJ"- .... i. iiiw.
Office No. 97 South Market streot.
Nashville. Tonn., Nov. 13, law3w
RoGtliritlffe Alnm Sprincs Water,
milfQ TKVAT.IIATlT.r MTNERAL WATER.
1 re-entlv bottled, can now bo had at tho
well-known houso of
pnrnpmf flmrch and Cherry streets.. Nashville.
TennoFce. who has been appointed Agent for
tho city of Nashville, and will keep a censtant
rupply on nana, lresu lrctn me spring-, to uii-ei
A a n fdmedinl fii(lt. in tnfinV UCnrflVCd COn-
ditiun of the system, and in some of the worst
enronn umenl. It sianus unrnaieu. aim mis
lifter at least H1F.TT YEifS' experiorccot its
V'ttucs. In all
.ScrofnloiinTnliits rilien:oMt,Iti Nit iii
lUsi'iisrs, In ISroiicliltlw, 1 Iirtiuli!
Illiirrlicn ami Hyxenti-jy.
l)j'MTHin, KMufJ' IHsense nl I ties,
in cures have been very many ami marked. Tho
name is true of i'EMAbK COilPhAl ro. as n
known to many hundreds who havcexpcricnctil
its healing qualities fc'co pamphlets on tho
counter of the above houso Tor certiucatcs, an
alysis and letter of many tmmer.t physicims.
Kaslirlllw Kpfrrencps. Dr. Ihom.n L.
Maddin. Hugh Dau?las. Liq . Maj. Campbell
Brown, D. u. LovoLiq.
.Mi'IiidIiIh Itcrerencex. Col. D. K. Mc-
Rr.T. Kdmonils .t Pettizrcw. Sam'l Mosbv. Mer
cer Utey, tapt. Jim. rcttigrew. I. Cousins.
St. I mils Itcfrrcncc. Dr. J. J. Clarke
Judgo Win. F. Ferguson, John Blood. D. S,
Carter, Dr. 31. J. fallen. J. T. Swarengen.
DheicI GInsgow. l'r. Barrett, Gen. T L Price.
J.VJ1KS A. ritAZi:;St, lrl.'r.
W3I. II. SALE. Traveling Agent
Attention, Uotton Shippers!
BAILEY. ORDWAY & CO.
"I) ESI'ECTFlL'-i Y INF0R31 THEIR
TL friondsand tho publio generally, that they
Will llnndlc Cotton nt !.itv uw Au;
Ilcspfliikiuie riuiisr In itu l llj.
IJAOUIXG, HOPE AND TIES,
Of every desciiptioD, as Low ns (ho I.rtw es!
Ca?h advanced on Cotton consigned to their
friend; 111 Cincinnati, ,ew linearis, M)!t 1 on:
I luring :i Coninicij in full oper.itbr. can savo
llilipor' pi-l- cei.t. ..n nil freights 10 New
York -"r l!.;sti'n.
.GGING AND ROPE.
Vr E HAVE IN STORE A LAROE LOT OF
Btrcine and Rope at low price.
.Ky. P.v. Bogging. 2 lbs. to yard 21e
Mo Mill.' Haeoine. l-.'J Ibstovard
ltopi'. best machine, in coil and half coils - '.')Je
.MlllU.X LUlivlUliLl .V UU..
novlT If 4"! and .V) Sruth Market street.
ExlonsiYc Auction Salo!
i: WILL SELL ON THURSDAY. NOV.
IV. commmcitiit at 10 o clock a. sr.. at
the residence uf AIRS-JULIA F. KARIt. No.
W North Snmmerstreet, opposite tho Planters'
Hotel, all tno
Household, Parlor &KiU'Iifii Fiirnilure
rnr.sisting of the fullowing articles, to-wit :
1 Fine Piano. Fine Farlor Sets,
1 Largo Jlirrnrs. Bed room Sen.
Marble blab Tables. Wardrobes,
Bureaus, ashsumls. Bedsteads. Matlrtsso',
Fine Bru.els and In- and Bidding,
Cruin Carpets'. bofas.
l r n:o Extension table.
Also China, (lla's and Ouccnswaro. In fact.
everything appertaining to a well furnished
hous:. consisting of articles too numerous to
This sale embraces a rare opportunity fonmr-
tics to replenish their household, as everything
wilt bo sold without reserve.
MURPHY X BRADSII AW.
novl" 3t Auctioneers, 78 Chflrch street.
JP O K. S -V JL. JR.
.N TUESDAY, 2lm NOVEMBER NEXT,
J at the Courthouse iu ra-hville. 1 will, in
accordance with the terms of a deed of trust
mado tu mo by C. M. Donaldson, recorded in
Hook Ko. 83. pp. 2;3. Register e ollice. Davidson
count v. sell at public auction to the highest bid-
,icr Lots NOS. 1 and in RAMSAY'S ADU1-
TKvi i TO HUHKirlKlili, wunout tno rifBt ot
redemption terms casti.
ccUStd J-u. u. iiUJtuii, lrustce.
FIVE NIG-HTS ONLY!
COMMENCING TUESDAY EVENING.
November 17th, tho Original and only
Skiff & Gaylord's Minstrels,
from tho St. Ctinrlm Theater. Now Orleant
where they played two weeks' engagements to
Tho Company comnrises twenty dsstineuished
artists, and aro excelled by nono of tho present
day. They aro now on their tenth annual tour.
Observo tho talentcmbraced in this mammoth
organization: Frank Pell and Low. Uaylord,
tho two inimltablo commodian;, lata of tho
Campbell'4 Minstrels; Frank Donaldson, tho
great Man Monkey and contortionist: tattles.
Phelps and Armstrong, the great tripple clog
artists; Andy Mclveo, tho original song and
danoo man ; and a beautiful Quartette composed
of the following artists, Som Gardner, John
Purcell, Geo. Hill and John Barsby. An entire
change of programme every night.
xno evening's entertainment win conciuuo
with Prof. Schaffcr's productions of Panithiop
oticonica. Doors opon at 7 o'c.ock. Perfsrmaneo com
mences at 8 o'o'ock.
ADMISSION-Dress Circle and Parquet 75
cents. Gallery 50 cents. Colored Gallery 50
cents. Boxes S5. JOE. UAYLORD.
norl5 6t Business Manager.
SUPPER IN EDGEFIELD.
rpHE LADIES OF nOBSON CHAPEL WILL
X furnish a Sapper at the bdgefield Male
Friday Evening, Nov. 20, 1868,
tho proceeds to be expended in fitting np the
Tho Edgefield Omnibus will run from tho
Public Square to the Academy, affrdinj visit
ors from tho city a cheap conveyanco
Price of tickets $1 CO, whicli will cover all
charges, there being no grab-bags or other de
vices to get money lrom visitors- covlS 2t
Furnished House for Rent,
I WISH TO RENT FOR THE YEAR 1869.
my residence, No. 41 Vine street, furnished
or not, as may be desired.
For information apply to mo nt tho Drug
Storo of Ewiu, Pendleton & Co.
nov!5tf JNO.T. PENDLETON.
EETDENED To TflKUlTY.
TR. S. J. COBB. WHO HAS BEEN (
nticnnt. for a few weeks, ii ai-ain
in hii ofTiPB. Wo. 714 Vbnrcli Mt..
whore he will bo pleased to see his friends and
Tennessee Coal and Railroad
MR. A. J. DUNCAN HAVING SOLD HIS
Ktopk in tho Comnanv. Mr. Onlr-ir. ihn
President of the Company, will again asjum-j
.1 .: t n" : t . i . t
J. (J. Warner us Secretary and Ireasnrtr.
Mr. Colyar begs leave to assuro tho peoplo of
-VT1 III. . I - . l.I. Jt T l 1 . i t
nnsavuio mat uis ujicu anu unauerauie pur
pose is to supply Nashville with Coal at low
figures, tnis company u now bringing from
it. ... : . r , r rt'jl . rni i. .. v. i . i
ami it isaolo to nu ovory oraer sent m.
Tho Coal is f a superior quality, and will b
A. S. C LYAR. President.
J. C. WARNER, Sec'yandTrcas.
Important to Shippers of Cot Aii.
milE UNDERSIGNED HAVE DKTHR.
JL mined to reduce the Storage and Commis
sion on all Cotton consigned to them on 'cagnns
or uauroau, 10
Two Dollars per Bale.
Wotegto say to our friends, that wo canno
handle their produce for nnthinr. ami iln i
honestly: but will cuaranteo to them PAIK
AND HON'EbT WEIGHTS, and will always
mako sales for tbcm at tho HIGHEST market
price, anu will cnargo them a fair commission
lor so doing.
By using ovory exertion to mako it to the in
tcrest of onr patrons, woBolicittheir patronago.
J AS. IVUKliliS H UO.
THUS. l'AKKKS X CO.
.UCUllKA . CO.
November 11. 1S03 nav.o'm
sales op real estate
Nashville Bniliini Association.
"nOR THE PURPOSE OF WINDING IIP
JL tho affairs of tho old Nashville Building
Association, the salo of all lands mortgaged by
those in arrears his been ordered, and the first
saio win take piaco on
WEnSfcSn.lT. 2Itb OF NOVE3IUr.lt,
at tho Courthouse door, within lcral hours. Lo
gl advertisements will appear in tho l'rettnnd
Timet and btaatt Zutuna, tho official papere.
xr.e real cstato to bo snld on too latn was uiort'
gaged by tho follewing person.', and thoso in
terested will please take notico:
John Adams and Pris- John J. Beech and Sa
cilia Adams. rah .1. Beech.
T. W.Conner. John H. Callcnder.Dcl-
Ilervev Campbell laCallenderaml John
John Corbitt. 1". Ford.
John Corbitt and Ra- John 11. Consicns and
chel Corbitt. wife.
Collin 31. Cowardin.
The real estate mortgaged lies within the city
Edgefield and North Nashville. Sale for cash.
witnout tho equity of rodeiition. Seo legal
By order of tho Board of Directors,
novl3 2w ANSON NELSON, Trcas.
Bagging- and Rope.
rr. HAVE ON-HAND A LARGE STOCK
II of Rope and Bagging, at low prices.
Ky. Py. Bagging 22c
J. II. Bagging 23-;
Heavy ilax Bagging ....5c
Kope - Oc
THOS. PARKES & CO.,
Commission 31erchants, JJashville, Tcnn.
novl I Iui
TEE BIGHT PLACE !
Qp TO TIIbiU3IBER YARD OF
ISIC3I1?IJ 2. WKIGSIT,
for ;our seasoned White Piae
Sa?h Doors and Blinds.
af'reinarkably low price?.
Corner cf High and Broad and 231 Cedar street:
novlt 2w ,
law f i ma.
V. G. fc at. Oiien,.Xr
Attorneys anil Counsellor at Law,
so. to -voirrti itis'tuv stukkt
NASH VILMI. TENNESSEE.
JAMES WIIELESS & CO.,
Cotton ami Tubhncrn Factum
(111 mill CSS'milti 'i! lei.-,. Mri'ct,
WILL (II VE SPECIAL ATTENTION TO
' all bunnesi rntruteil to their care.
12 C Iv,
r run the
Georgia Eoiiie Insurance Co
';iji:i.i mm surplus - - - Jioa.ciid
I 'I.I.i r). 1'ESPECTfUl.LY INFORM THE
L Public Hint I n,n uilli mum. r... i, ... 1
fttij' Hiiijfl on iianri.
The Best Quality of Mattresses,
such as Hair. Spring, Shuck, Moss, Cotton, C .t
ion ana s.iuck.
Also. Frather BeJ, Comforts and everything
in the Bedding line, which will be fold at the
All Persons wi'hinc il.iltresse.' etc.. will lin.i
it to their ii.torest to eivo mo a call beforo pur-
Old .ilattresscs neatly ronov.itej.
E. 11. .MILLER,
novl" 2m No. i Ncrth College street.
Government Property !
T WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION. TO
I tho highest bidder for cash, at Ash Burr-icl-si
O.V 't VLSnxT, NOVE3IIJEU as, ISO
AT 10 O'CLOCK, A. M..
A largo lot of Clothing. Camp and Garrison
equipage, such Trouser?, urawers. Boots,
Bootees, lirc.it Coats. Pouches. Tents and Tent
Also, a large b.t of Ousrtermnster's Pronartv.
cuch as Waguiis Wagon Wheels. Axlo Trees
and Hounds, Harness, Collar.', Heating and
Coal Stoves, Cooking Stoves. lly Se.ilcs. Dia
mond Glazier. Kiilini? Saddles. CarnentcrLand
Blacksmith Tools of all kinds, siatcs. Shovels,
and miscellaneous articles too numerous to men
tion, PrODcrtv to bo removed within twenty.-four
houts after sale. J. F. CLEOIIORN.
novlS w.t.su.t. Bvt. Capt.and A. A. Q. AI.
T. X SUKTUT.ZV.
a. v. uoorKB.
i. c. WRiaur.
Hollins, Wright & Go.
BOOTS AND SJECOJES
FUU ASfl WOOL HATS,
N. 7J Kiist Hide ritbUcNquar,
We INVITE THE ATTENTION Of
To our VAI.J. AND WIJfrr.lt stock of
uoodj, now in store.
noi.KiriN, wmoiiT oo.
anc2s 3m so po .
Wall Paper finite Shaftes,
EIC. ETC.. ETC.,
WXi WUULD RESPECTFULLY IN
form Our natron nnil Ihn t.nl.1:..
erally, that in conformity with an agreement
existing between ourselves and tho largest
l luffH. Window MiKtleH, Window Cor-
i VC we havo established at this.
Matrunoth Southern D3pot,
for the wholesale and ret.-iil nf
Jpui:t?Sd tba.tw1 aro offeriDffgoods TO THE
At Manufacturers' Prices,
with tho EXPENSES OF SHIPPING addeJ.
OUR FALL STOCK
is very largo acd complete and we invito the
puplic to give us a trial betoro making pur
chases. JOHN' W. KILL & CO.,
No. 22 SOUTH COLLEGE STREET,
Between Church and Broad.
T, J. TARBR0U6II,
Lato of the Grm of Wcahlcy i Ysrbroogh,
Grocer and Commission
SOCTIT COTiliEGK STKIftST.
HAS NOW IN STORE THE F0LL0WIN0
choice and select stock of Groceries, whieh
rie oners to tne lmde at tho Lowed 3Iarke
200 SACKS RIO COFFEE.
25 HIIDS. DEMERARA SUGAR,
10 HIIDS. CLARIFIED SUGAR.
50 ItULM. tVr.KIS'SC'.SIIDMJKAIt,
CO BBLS. " POW'D
100BBLS. EX. C. SUGAR.
25 BBLS, N. 0. 3I0LASSES. "
- 23 HF. BBLS. N. 0. 310LASES,
no itx. !:t:en and iii.a k ti:as.
100 BXS. SOAP.
100UXS. STAR CANDLES,
JO HF. BXS. STAR CaNDLES.
25 QR. BXS. bTAR CANDLES.
100 BXS. STARCH.
GO 4 ASKSSSIClIAKnSON'.l 3IATCUCN,
GO BXS. CHEESE,
i(0 CADDIES S. S. TOBACCO,
ICO DOZ PAINTED BUCKETS,
50 DOZ. WAbHBOARDS,
25 DOZ. TUBS: Nos 1.2 4 3.
200 DOZ. CLOTHES LINES.
.100 U07.V.S JJASOX'S Ill.At K l.(J,
5 BBLS. FLOUR, Jackson Mill?.
MO BBLS FLOUB. Black Lick 31ills.
C03 BBLS. FLOUR. 3Iagnolia 3Iills,
10 BBLS. WHITE BEANS.
JOO V.V.Wi. KOltTIIW f. 11. rOT.VTOES
5 TIERCES RICE.
3.C00 LBS. COD FISH,
25 HF. BBLS. MACKEREL.
WO KEGS NAILS, assorted
20 CASES SARDINES.
25 iii:gn KXai.lSH K1IA.
Bacon. Lrd, Corn 3Ical. Bran, Spices, Blue
ing, rapping Paper, togetherwith a large and
oompictc assortment ot cnoico
(Somprisine Old R. C. Whisky. Bourbon Whisky
aiiu iciporieu uins, uranuicsanu tunes.
t. j. YAKimocair,
21 South College street.
novlStjanl Nashville. Tenn.
A GIRL WHO UNDERSTANDS STITCH
in; on a Singer Sewing Machine.
.ticHoj- i-iiiinoj ineiu ini comi Uiicm.
COAL! COAL! COAL"!
f TMl E TENN ESSEE CO L ANDIUILHOAD
JL Company havo comnleted all arrnnrementi
for tho prompt delivery ot from 70.0 to M.iOO
busucls ol l.uuiD Uial lrom the hCTvanee.uin4
daily. This Coal is fresh from the miner, and is
ofsnperiornuality.nnd sold at the lowest unco
All Coal suite out ot the yard is wciiln d .m i
sold at so much per bushel.
The Scwanee Coal is of superior quality, ami
freo from sulphur, elato, iron and impurities of
cverv ki jd. It is perfectly salo in Parlor Grate
and Stoves, and produces a grciter amount of
neat lrom a given amount ot uoal. it is not
only of suncnor duality for Parlor (Iratea and
Stoves, but is decidedly better fur Steam and
A. J. U UK CAN,
Gen'l 3Ianager and Superintendent.
0ncK Bank of the Union.
Coal Yino No. 2-JJ Cedar Street.
COAL FOR COOKING.
OOUSEKEEPERS USE SEWANEE CoAi.
Ll for cooking PurP'ses. it n better than
wood, lines not coft half tho mnny, and will
never injure your stove; besides u is more con
venient. The Sowaneo Coal has been used fur ten years
in this market. Ic is a pleasnro to state that
thero is steady improvement in tho quality of
meioai. customers win oa prompiiycuppued.
end Inw prices will be universally maintained
i: v tno company. octl lm
Ful3 Zvon Frame Willi
Warchouso No. it.
, Four.centh street,
AVX BEEN PRONOUNCED. BY. THE
profession to bo among tho licit muni
ments made. First class premiums taken
wherever exhibited. Being oneof thelargest
manufaeturies in America, (having made and
sold 972 Pianoos inlSG7,)wo are cnaoled to sell
at prices which defy competition. Send lor
circulars and price lists-
McCIure's Music Store,
Wholesale and Retail.
The undersigned takes pleasure in announc
ing to tho publio that ho has received another
shipment of the Hsincs Brothers Pianos,
among which is the "Parlor Beauty." Small
eiied Rosewood case, full 7 octaves, round cor
ners and carved legs. This instrument, for its
fine qualities of tono touch and inechanim,
attract alike theartist and aniatner. Tho low
pne at wnicn mey aro ouered, place them
within the reach of every one, hence they are
destined to bcthe great favorite of the public.
Mv stock ol'Steinay. Dunham. Weber Hnd
Kraushaar Pianoes is large and aried, and aro
offered at fuctorr prices. j
In Organs and ilelodcns. I deal in thn linnl. i
ctts only, which stand before the public without 1
Shectmu3ie and small mnaiml merchanrii I
in the groatest abundance, and sold at lowest '
rates. novl-tf JAS. A. JIcCLURE. i
K. s. nOLLIXS.
Xo. l(!mMaxivcll House.
JOHN 31. BASS
J. W. HOYTE
Dr.T. A. ATCHISON
D. S. h: STOUT.
.-Sonthcm Homo Instilnlioii.
flo IfJQfc nil 1infl nf f.if lV1n.M..i
Policies on most faTOrablo terms. 'mny23 tl
NO. 2C SOUTH -aiARKET ST.,
Robertson County, Bourbon
vi tuo nutiTD v ,
In Roml ami Frcs'.
I Invito llio Attcnilon of the
TJtADE. Snaiplcs furnlslteil on Aj
160S I'AIJ, TRADE. 1S6S
Fnrnitnro and Mattresses.
WEAKLEY & WARREN,
X. S A'orlti CoIIpsc Strtcl.
Manufieiuror3 and Wholesale and Retail De-il
ers in Every Variety t.f
I'ttrlnr, Stert-room, Hinlncr-r.ioiii. Hal
Itnlr. Mom, Cottoit-f j
I.ooliinsr GI.aKe, AVIniloiv CIhk, etc.
WTE DESIRE TO CALL ESPECIAL AT-
f I tentiontoour Mammoth Stock of Goods
for the t all trade, as we arc fully satisfied that
an examination of our stock and prices will
convinco purchasers that wo wil sell good goods
fully as low as they caa be bought in this city,
or brought here from uny other market. Con
sult your own interest by giving u a call.
WKAKi.EY & WARREN.
We havo about 190 boxes Window Glass tha.
we win sell at cost. sep3 3m
W. IVIE WESTBROOK.
Dk. R. W BEERS.
Editors and Publisher?.
Issued to thirteen hundred subscrib klr.
A FINE ADVERTISING .MEDIUM AT
Nashville and Northwesters
rN AND AFTER WEDNESDAY. 16TH
V and until further - notice. PASSENGER
TRAIriS will run between Nashvillo and .Mem
phis. Tennessee, and Hickman. Kentucky
Leave Nuhvilla at 5:20 a. u . Aecommedxtion.
Arrive Hickman at 11:30 r. it.
Leave Nashville at3:10j. u . Express.
Arrive Jlemnhis at 5.30 a. u.. "
Arrive Hickman at 210 a. v. "
Leivs Hickman o:40 a. ji.. Accommodation-
Leavo Union City 7;20 A. M.,
Leave 3IcmDhi35:30 a. u.. "
Arrive Nashville 11:45 p. sr., "
Leave Hickman 6:20 r. Jr., Express.
Leave JI em phis 3:15 p. ii..
Arrive Nashville 6:30 A. sr.. "
ilakinr close connections at MeKenile with
Memphis anil Louisville Itailway for iiumboldt.
Memphis, Vicksburg. New Orleans, and all
At Union City with .Mobile and Ohio and New
Orleans and Ohio Railways for Padncah. Jack-
eon, lenn., .Mobile, Ala., Cairo, St. Louis, Chi
cago, and all points South and Northwest.
At Hickman with Atlantis and 3Iisiisslpi
Steamship and Memphis and St. Louis Packet
Companies nrs;-cias steamer, tor all points
on Upper and Loner Mississippi Rivers.
m iisui iiic mm iimuviui; bru lyuauauu-
ga. lioaisvillo and rasnville, l.ilgcliclil anil
Kentucky and Nashville and Decatur Railroads.
102 milej shortest routo to SL Louis.
45 miles shortest route to Memphis
13 miles shortcit ronte to New Orleans.
Itiiirirnire rltckt ciironirli to all tin-
Vnretvi Invr tvt ti lortoMt.
Tickets for sale at the City Transfer Office.
northwest i-orrier Cherrv and Church street.
andnt the Nashville and Chattanoog Depot.
ti. v . uui.b.
President N. i C. R. R.
A. L. I.ANDIS. Gen. Agent N.Jfc A'. W.R. R.
EDGEFIELD AND KENTUCKY
HvansY'LW, hcnurrsnu & Xasltrille
Tli H.'Kt K-ltIilo Itoiilf to ileni
pills, UiimlxiliU, Cairo, mill nil
I'uititw WvHt nml RmiDi.
Time as Quick as any other Route.
OS AND AFIJill M1SIIA1. w.ri. u
1&-8. Express Train will leavo Na?hville
daily -it 2:10 p. M and arrive at Hupkinville at
C:22 p. making direct connection!' at ileiu
phi." Junction with Jlcmpbia and Loui'vin
Railroad lino lor Mmfihis, iek.'fc-iw, Nc r
leans, and a. I point'. oulnneet.
lMRSorisi-H for 1cnii!ll ivlll ni(
iblf(l to c'.ir.ns'" 'nrH lit tUs nlK'X
Ilor.kinJviilcFrrtibf and Af.'ummod.iliiin will
.ire Nashville. Mnnd.iys, Widue.i8y?. ai d
I'ndav at li::itt A. M , i;nd nrrive at ll:ij fc.iu
nt Zlltt 1-. .11.
f'-inewrer Fare and Freiibt Hates n low
If. L. .llti'lll.rlJ, lieu, :iapt
No. 37 NOStTlI ClintltY STIIKI.T.
WOULD RESPECTFULLY (1IVENOTICK
to his natrons thu heiat just received
a large stock ot
Cloth, CuHSimeres A VchHiiijm,
which he is Drenaro l to make up to order in tho
txfpt nml ino.t fRhinn.lblo fitvle.
W. JI. Rowen hascharRe of the business and
cuttingdepartment, and will be pleaied to se
Ins old trieods. sepsi-n
Ilnrtsvlllo, Numiirr 1'oiiuly, Tenn.
First HunJijs ia September ac Felrasrj,
T. M. PATTERSON. Preeident.
Mrs. IDA PATTERSON, Principal iluiicand
Assistant Literary licjurtifleut.
Mej. ELIZA BARKSDALE. Assistant Litera
B. M. POTr?. President Board Trustees.
J. P. ANDREWS, Sec'y "
WE II, WE JUST RECEIVED AND ARE
constantly in rncnintnf a lane and fine
afsortmcnt ot all kinds of Gentlemen', Boys.
xiauiea , jiisscs' ana Childrcn'ii
Hoots, htiocs, BnlinorrUsi, GaltorK, Etc.
Gents', Boys' and Children's Fur. Cassimcro and
. "001 AlAA UAfS. CtC.
iVhips, Thong.. Hosiery. Gloves. Blacking.
JSrusb.es, Thompsonian 3Iedicines and
B. R. CUTTER & G LEAVES.
Comer Broad and Collego Streets,
novl" 3m Nashville. Tenn.
KNOWING 3IY ABILITY TO CURE ALL
of the abovo disea'ci, I will enter into a
contract with any ono who may be afflicted with
either, to cure them on tho terms of "No cure,
iM. B. bxaminations and consultations free,
at my office. No. 15 JIulberry street. South
nasnviue. r. a. w JSaitillVJSLT. 31. D.
Louisville and Nashville
S'AIIB O A B
FALL SCHEDULE, 1868.
COMMESCIXQ XOVEJllIEIi 8. 1S68.
Trains will ran as follows :
Leavo Nashvillo 3:10 A. 31. 0:30 P.M.
Arrive at Louisville 1:30 P. 31. -1:00 A. M.
Both Trains make direct connection at Louis
ville with tho Jcffersocville Railroad for St.
Louis, Chicago. Indianapolis, Cincinnati. Balti
more. Washington. Philadelphia, and New York.
3iorning Train from Nashvillo connects with
United States mail line (teamen leaving Louis
ville aH:UU r. sr., connecting at Cincinnati with
early morning trains East. Bagoaos checked
from Nashville to St. Lcuis. Chicago Cincin
nati, and all principal Eastern cities.
W Tho c:30 p. a. Train from NazhviI.e
uoeanot run on bUADAi.
Gallatin Accommodation Train leaves Galla.
tin at C:J5 A. M., .arriving at Nashville at
litis A. M. Returning, leaves Nashville at
313 P.M.. and arrives at Gallatin at CK10 P.M.
Geu.1 Sucerlatendcnt L.iN.R. R.
A.SVAES3. J. W. NEWSIAX.
COLYAE, MARKS & CO.,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
WILL PRACTICE IN PARTNERSHIP IN
tho various Courts of Lincoln county
Tennessee. Prompt attention given to collec
tions, iheir otlico is in the .Killer lilecic,
South side of tho Square, Fayettcvilte. Tenn.
oct. 27-1 m.
W. S. DUN1TAVANT,
rioxTKACroi: and BCiLDrit,
J COC. OrH.CHfT. ADCrMBIRLASO ILET.
woubl r speetfully inform his patrons. Iriend
and the public generally, that he hai secure!
the services of 31r. Geo. W. Hickman as Agent
and Foreman, and is prepared to execute all
kinds ot building and jou wors wim uitpatcn
and in a workmanlike manner. oct
h N. MTIRS- 1- W. SHIEWOOn.
3SYERS & SIIEEVvOOB-S
ic w s n o i.
No. JS Climoli Street, below Posfoince
Carriage. Boggy and General Repairing dono
promptly. EipreM Wagons main to order to
usit any business Blacksmith Jobbiagsnlieited.
Gffics General Freight Agent,
Nashville Jc Ckittakooo sxdNs3 iville
X NllRTHWSaTBK.N RAII.W1T3,
Kaskville, Oct. 11, 1S68. j
IREIOHT CONTRACTS. AT LOW RATES.
. 'will be made on shipments from Natbrille
To Xcmpliis, Now Orleans & St. Louis,
To all points on tho Mississippi river, via
Through rates given and Bills Lading issued
only at this office.
CI1AS. W. ANDERSON.
oetl tf Gen'l Freight Agent
A. "A. SPENCER & CO.
S. E. Corner Walnut and Water stj.
Liberal Advances made on Shipments,
careful attention given to filling orders.
Yf. J. PORTEIt&CO.,
Cotton ami Tobacco Factors
No. 1 12 Pearl Stret.
T IEERAL CASH ADVANCES JIADK BY
JJ our Agents Eil. K. Pennebaker. No. 74
tout ft Market street, isaanvile, icon,, and
Baylor R. Stewart, lluntsvillc. Ala.
BUY AT HOME.
rpHE UNDERSIGNED, BEING
lUxtrn. Illiiiils. insiilo and out. 1'itnt and
Stationary blat'. Frames of every description.
liracKets, Lorniccs. plain and ornamental,
Manteli'ieccs. .Mouldings of all kinds. Base
Boards, Flooring, Poplar and Pine Ceiling
Plank. Wcatherboarding. and Building ilate-
riil generally. Also, Builders and Contractors.
AH at a' low rates as can ho imported nf equal
ifuality- tend orders. Punctuality and dis
patch areuur buine- creed. Offico and Piuv
tory sdjoiningNa.hviIle and Chattanooga Rail
road Locomotive hhons.Cedarstrect. Nashville.
TVKlllVlC.Lr. .V ITM 1IKH.
TN ACCiitDANCE WITH A3 ACT OF THE
1 Gracral Assembly of the State of Tennessee.
annroved December 12. cntitloi an aii '"to
expeditethedisii'.uciiuu I tne tfeets of Banks
whic- -ave or n- ,r assignments among
their credit-ir- ' entice h hereby given to the
I Men of ! notes of the Planters' Bank ot
Ter.ru, v. 1 . . eat them to th undersigned
at tne Hank in Nashville lr payraer.t beluwr
bow and the fir?t day of January. lbv. t iK,
wi'l be i.iri-vnr birred.
OF THE CELEBR VT t !
Are now made by the
Excelsior Manufacturing Co.
M'HSSEWELL KNOWN AND VERY POP
i ular Cootdnx Nlr havn len befnre
the pubne fim-e Iv)J- haeh sueeeeding yeirlms
added to their pui'iil.irity, until the tume hits
become familiiir in evory household in tha West
and cootn. the demand tor our
XV.W VUXWVFAl OAK
Last yoar wai greater than wecuuld supply with
the files then made. Anticinatioeastill irreotnr
demand duritur ine present year, we have made
patterns l.ir neverai addiliboal sues, and are
prepared to manufacture l-o to i:n I'iiaiC-
TKIt OAIC MOVIW per diy. oflUfiiO-
We guarantee the operation of Sti.v
we manufacture, and offer as reference uny one
of the many thousand that have been tol 1,
wherever thev mar bo found. N either lahar nor
expense has bernsparel tomakenur Noa- Char
ter Oak a 1'crfcrt tiliijr Move, and we
offerit to tho trade as the beat oosstri-ctkd,
MOST nPUABLEand UMHIK OPtKlTIMl Conldi.f
Stove in tho market.
In addition tn our extensive Stuve brini
we are prepared tn oSer to Stove Dealers, Tin
smiths and others in the trade.'the largest and
inost complete as-ortnient of Metals and Tin
ners stock in tbe West- Our arrangement
with the St. Loui Stamping Company cn.itOes
us to give liberal discounts to large Layers nf
rreiicii iiuiii)-i l limril irmiMiirc nr., I
Tinners Sapp'ies. Having recently rcdurnl
the prices nf all articles of oar own inanuSiR
ture. wo lielicvo-dealers and hou.ikreoera uiil
And it tn their interest to send for Catalogue and
i rice List, and examine oar prices before pur
chasing elsewhere. Address
i:XCEl.Mlt .UANfJi'ACTlJStljeO CO..
bt. Louis. JliseoHri.
old bp J. W. WILSOK x CO.
apr2 thn tUjy23
A. & W. RAKNTB,
J. I KR4A STXEirT,
WUOLESALK BAKERS AND C0NFC
tiontrs. Manufacturers of all kinds or
Candies. Crackers, etc. etc, bes to call tho at
tention of the City and Country Merchants to
their largo and well assorted stoek of .
Candies and Confectioneries,
all of which have been mido sf the best mats
rial by competent workmen. . .
Also, jiut received fresh Layer Raisins. Fig?,
Nuts of all kinds. Citron, Lemon Peel. Canned
Fruits, Preserves. Jellies. Oysters, Sardines, etc.
Also, a large and splendid assortment of
FRENCH AND GKR.MAN T0Sand Fancy
Articles, carofully selected of the newest pat
Also, a large asortment of FIRE-WORKS I
Butter. Pij-nie. Soda. Sugar. Aerated and
Cream Craekcrs. all of which wtl bo sold very
Country 3IcrehauU aro respectfully requested
to give ua a rail. A. Jt Vf. RAN NIK,
novlT tjanl 21 Broad street.
farmers, Buy at Honio
YOUR WAGONS AND AGRICULTURAL
imDlcments. I am m.innfiutnrin the very
best of Steel Plows, and other Implements.
Also, wagons of tho very best material and
workmanship. J. 11. KUMSEY,
No. SH South Cherry street, between Ash an
Mulocrry streets. loctS 6m
Notico to Mbovt- Cause In BnnUrnpf cy
Tnis is to arvE notice.tkat a. ii.
Uigdon. and W. II. Robinson, individually
and as partners trading as Iligdon x Robinsc-.
... t. . t ii t 11 1 1. :n. .n
v. u. ijicviuro jou - " '"t'lir..'
and as partners trailing as ilcClure i Walker,
D. L. Kimbrough. J. W. Brown. D.G.Ussery,
James 11. Conner. Granville tonne aad J.
M. WagstaS. all of Uiles couwy. lennesse-.
havo Clod tn the office of tho Clrk.of this Court
their petitions for dieeharge. and it was there
upon ordered by tbe Coartthat a hearing ha
had upon the same.
On Iho Stlt .Day or leccniber,!S6S,
at tha hours of 9;. 104, II. x. v.l'..r,
and 3 v. u., respeetiTely, at the ofGce ot V
N. Doughty. Esq.. Register, tn the town i t
Pulaski. Giles county. TenBeseo. and that&n
creditors who have proven their debts, asj
other persons interested may appear at the sail
timo and place, and thowcause, if any they have,
why the prayers of the petitions, may net la
granted, and that the second and third meet
ings of said creditors will be had st said tin: 3
E. K- CAM PBELL. Clerk.
IT. S. DUt. Court ilkl. Wat- of Tenn
novll Wednesdays St
Notice to Slaoiv Caune-In Itankruptry
THIS IS TO GIVK NOTICS THAT J. W
X Uarday. P. B. Calhoun. S- L. Calhoun. J
A. LeUh. it. D. L. Edwards. Mason Walker, I
V. Sellers. Wm. .Majors, David Gillam, K. ii.
Earnest. W. Urindstaff. T- C. Peace and S. 11
Belcher. Jr.. all of Wilson county. Tennessc.
have Sled in tho office of tne Clerk of this court,
their petitions lsr discharge, ami it was there
upon urdered by the court that a hearing bob J
upon the same.
On llio It til Iy oT ?k'iivf ruber, ltCS,
at the hours of 10. 10K.1L ll'j .v.. 12 M ,1.
- v'i, i.'i'A 4 and t r. -. respectively, at
the. office of A. S. Bradley. Kq-. Regis' sr. in
th Courthouse in Lebaaon. Tennessee, and that
all creditors who have pioven their debts. nd
other persons iaterested. may appeir at said
time and place, and show eaase. if any they
have, why the prayer ot said petitions slioul I
net be granted, and that tha second and third
meetings of said creditor- will b-e bad bttor t j
Register at tbe same time and place.
V.. K. CAMPBELL.
Clerk U. S. DUt. Court. Mid. Di- t of Tec:
Xntleo tt Show tame-In Jtniil.ruplcjr
rpiIIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE THAT P. t
x Crutrher, loaes X Sh ekley. L J- ila.-u:
W.N. M. Wr. Thomas Palter. J .h-. ijvers
Wada It. Masger.oD, Greek Brawlcv, V, ni L
ner. John A trowder nd J. C- Uirrerson Lavs
tied in the f ffiee of tho Clerk ol thn (V.nrt their
petitifs for dischartfe. and it was thcreica
oniered by the i' urt that a hearing b Lad up
On tlie 234 y of ."veraler. 1S0H,
at the boars ot !. SJi 10. II. H'j x. a . i
L 1J--. 2. JH. P. a.. wiJee'ively. at the oflico
f J W. Johi stun, Ks., Register, in the Court
huw in MeMianvill. Tennee. and tat al.
creditors wtM have proven their dbt3. and ether
persons interested, may appear at saidtimcar.J
place. id show eau. if any thev have, why
the prayerol said pelitn ns s boa Id ttft bo grant
ed, and that the second acd third meeting or
the creditors shall be had before the Kfi ttrat
the sane time aad place.
K. K. CAMPBELL. Ccrk
U. S. lU't. Court Middle Diit. Tenn.
510 Arrrn for Sale Thrc Fnrm
Nnimiel 1-CnlIioun'H ijimN.NeTeii
2II!os from I.cliuiiun.
BY VIRTUE HP A DECREE V THE
Chancery Court at Lebanon. Tenn.. and
pursuant t the terms of a Deed ot Trus exe
cuted by Samuel L. Ca'houB on yinly,
Ittti Dci-eHilirr, IHI1H. HtTaylorav.ile. Hi'
snn county, I nil! offer at public ssle to t-e
highetanit best bidder, tho See farm tasJjcf
Sam 'I L. Calhoun, as follows :
Home Place. 2S. acres. with goml improvement.',
Provine Place. 1T5 acres, small
Rutherford Lsnd, II-i acres, no
And two Store Houses and about '4 of an t:r.
of land in Taylnrsville.
Tbeselsndsare valsable ami desirable nc -
borhood excellent; the sale absotuf Per
chasers will have possession 1st day of Janui
ry, lSoV. The lands must be sold, and a bargain
may be expected. Apply on the place and ex
amine, or to me in Lebanon, Tenn.
TERMS One- third cash, and the baUDi-aia
one and two years, without interes' Notes
with two or more approved sureties. N j'.es
will be discounted at ter cent, if purehx:crs
desire to pay.
The land i- sold without redemption, and to
pay debts. Com and buy a bargain.
KtlVVArUS 1. UUbbAUAl.
Trustee and Commissiuncr
Lebanon. Nov. 12. Uripj novlT lawtt
BY VIRTUE OF A WRIT VEN. EXPONAS
to me directed from tbo Circuit Court of the
United States for the Southern District of Ala
bama, to ratify a judgment rendered bysa.d
Court on the 11th day of April. 1S67. in favcr ot
the United States of America against Cade M.
(lodbold and John M. Brown, for tho sum of
Si-HO SO and the costs of suit. 1 will
On Saturday, the 28th of Kov. 2868
at tho Courthouse door in the city of Nashville.
sell to the highest bidder for cash in hand, all
the right, title, claim, interest and estate wnich
Cade ii. Godbold has in and to tho following
described tract of land, to- wit :
Lying and being in the county of Lincoln and
Stato of Tennessee, on the waters of Fleet river,
bezinmng at a black-ium and post-oak. the
southwest corner of 639 j acre', in tho name of
Joel B. Clements ; thence east four hundred and
thirty-five poles to a red-oak ami two dogwocis.
the southeast corner of said 6!i acres; then;
north with the east boundary of the same cr.a
hundred and thirty four poles to a red-oak. tho
outhweast corner of a acres owned by Jamca
Phillips: tbenee cast nlty-tnree poles toa-titSa
s ddnointers: thence south with the west b. un
anry lino uf HO acres in tho name of Saundcr.'.
eighty plcs t a post-oak. the southwrstectrncr
ot the same: thcuceeast one hundred acd ono
poles to a ttake and pointers, on the wet boun
dary line of 10" acres in the name of said hau
ders ; thence sotith sixtyfunr poles lo a red
oak. the southwest corner of the same, thence
east with the same eighty-two poles to a wfu'c
oak, the sontheast corner of the same thece
north with the east oousdary of the same ni-o-ty
poles to a dogwood, the north east rorn'-r rf
tne same, acd on the south Boundary line cf .1
acres in the name nf McCartney ; thence east
iw.ntT nntM tn three do. woods, too southeast
corner of the same, and on the west bonn ary
lino of George Rooaser's land; thenco scath
orty poles to a Spanisa-oafc. tho southwest tor
fnerof the same: thence east eighty eight polo
to a white-oak. tbe southeast i-orn-r ot tlio
same and on tne west Douuuair unc cj anoknev
tract of land of said Koouser; tbene south
forty-niae poles to a black-oak. thoouthwest
corner of tbe star; tbenee eat ihirrj-srvcn
poles to a red-oak. the soutbeost corner i f tho
same, and on the north boundary lino of Henry
Saunders' land ; thence snuth with thesimeona
hundred and forty poles ti a red-oak on tha
north boundary line of Lintenms' land: then-o
west with the same fifty-two pole to a maple,
tbe northwest corner nt the same : thence souta
four poles to tw )wt oaks, tbe uorthei.t cor
ner of an entry in the name of said Linteum':
thenee wet seventy-eight poles tn a buk.ry.
thenorthwt ecrnrd lae-mmr; thcn'0Si.u-h
urieeo pnles t.i a dt gw"! toe nort.nistc r
rr cf lUrhrd I lini-her land; th i e irt l
trer.tv-two ixilm to a iKsnud : tni e coiu
w-ihtheeis buundary m.o -l u c-., i. in ths
name ot Jac.b Winter ei.-hty ix p I l i
nliiEc-nak. tbe nortbenst comer ol i! o -co
west with the saase eiht.v-one holes t. a black'
oak. the northwest t'-itner ol the fame; th nro
south, cr?Mnz ibe nld :te li&e ruad a (
poles, in all 1-10 p.ol. to a hickory and a d sr
wood; thence wei polei to a sweet gum.
thenee north ivi poles to the begiomng. con
veyed by PfoUmy t'. Harris, Assignee in Bank
ruptey of l.xt re. Converse Co., to Cade M
Godbold. bv ceil, dateti Kth January. I'tl. and
reguternl in the ngi.tr s nmca ut Lincoln
etunty. Tennessee. The above tract nmtiining
aboHt 5fiis acres more or less.
Sale within tbe bom prescribed by law.
K. K.OLAl.'tH K.
oetltlawlt M-U. D. T
Low Cau In Bankruptcy.
rpHLS IS TO GIVE NOTICE TIUT J 1!
A. Oliver and 15. Lwiter, nf Cmmid nunty.
Tennesse, hve filed in tbe office of tho Clerk f
this enurl) their petitions tor dteharge. and it
was thereupon ordered by the Court that a hear
ing be had upon the same
On tho 2.1l tiny r November, 19(1?,
at tbe hours f '.lacdOJi i. - respec'ivoly, ia
the office of W. N. Doughty. Kso, . in Woodbury.
Cannon county, Tennessee, that all creditors
who have proven tbeir debts, and others inter
ested. mav annear at said time anil Place ami
show eause. ir any they have, why the prayer of
said petitions should not be granted, and that
the second and third meetings of neditnrs will
be held at eaidliiae and plaee
r- 11. (J A. Ml'IIK 1,1.. t lerk.
U. S. D'ut. Court Mid- Dit- ut tenn.
nov7 Sitar.laya 3t
THIS IS: TO GIVK NO J. N
Katcliiff. J. T. Kuw "m .Ii;-i.t...
'1 B.Roiell. Johnson Wood. Dooald lameron.
J. T. Ilemmg and E. W. Overton, all of Wil
lismson county. TflnnwiM t,.v !..! in tu.
ofBeeorthe Clerk ef this Court, their petition for
discharge, and it was thereupon ordered by ths
Court that a hearing be had upon the simp,
Oil tlio lSth liT of IVovfinhrr ISflH
at the hours of 1,1 'a. 2. 2. . S't. and"
ij. r. v. respeelively at the oinee cf A. 8.
Bradley, Register, in tbe Court House in Frank
lin. Tennese. and that all ereditois wto have
proven their debts, and other persons interested
may appear at said time and place, and show
cause, if any they have, why the prayer of said
petitions should not be granted, and that tho
second and third meetings of the creditors shall
be hail before the Register at tbe same time
B. R. CAMPBBI.L. Clerk.