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NASHVILLE UNION AND AMERIGAN, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, .1868.
UK ION AND AtaHKM.
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" "tuesat. jsovEJiBEit si, isos.
THE TENNESSEE NATIONAL HANK
Tho Memphis Ledger, referring to
"what is called tho school fund,'' says
"there is a whisper on tho streets that
$52,000 or $57,000 of tho assets of tho
Tennessee National Bank, which should,
go so far to replace that fund, is at pres
ent in the hands of a certain party" in
Memphis- Wc haw several limes called
attention to the matter of this so-called
school fund and tho Tcnnesseo National
Bant. There is something mysterious
about this affair. It was reported at tho
time the committee from tho Legislature
went to Memphis to investigate tho trans
action, that they had secured $300,000
in money, and had taken the notos of tho
President of tho bank for the remainder.
It was stated then that if suits had beon
institulad-aJargo portion of tho missing
fund could havo been secured. But this
was not done. How tho matter was real
ly settled, no-body seems to know. There
wcro rumors at the timo of tho course in
which the "school fund" had gone, that a
thorough investigation would dovclop an
extraordinary amount of fraud and ras
cality. This was so freely talked of that
it could not havo failed to roach tho
tho ears of tho members of tho Legisla
ture As tho committee on tho part of
tho Legislature did not givo the result of
their investigation to tho public, the in
ferenco is legitimate that they found a
verv bad and damacins condition of af
fairs. It is true, it was a Radical tran
saction, but why should that opsrato to
screen tho guilty. It was rather broadly.
hinted that members of the Legislature
wore implicated in tho matter, and that
was referred to by parties who could get
no positive information on tho subject as
a reason for tho refusal of tho committee
to mako public what a rigid investigation
would havo developed. Theso things
havo been freely talked of throughout
the State, vet no stop has been taken
to relieve members of that Legis
laturc of the odium that attaches to thorn
for permitting this transaction to becov.
ered up as it has been. Tho present
Legislature seems utterly oblivious to the
fact that tho people havo lost nearly
$100,000 by this Tennessee National
Bank transaction, the benefits of which
should havo accrued to their children,
and that their predecossors ore rcsponsi
ble for the loss of this large amount
The Memphis Ledger states that over
$50,0)0 which ought to go toward mak
ing up that loss is in the hands of a party
in that city, yet no effort is made to
secure that amount. This wholo caso
should be ventilated by a thorough in
vestigation, so that tho peoplo may know
whether any member of the previous
Legislature received a bribe for voting
for a bill so altering and amending tho
law as to enable the Treasurer to deposit
this so-called "school fund" in tho Tcn
nesseo National Bank, as has been hinted
is the case. Why is it that this transac
tion has beon kept so profound a secret ?
Tho tax-payers and the littlo children of
the Stato whoso fund this was, demand
at the hands of the Legislature aa inves
tigation of tho matter. Will the mom
bcrsof that body heed this demand, or
will they make themselves a party to a
transaction which wears an exceedingly
ugly lace ?
RONIiS AND GREENBACKS.
Tho Now York World is adding to
tho grievous mischief it did tho Western
and Southern Democracy prior to and
pending lh Presidential eloction, by
attacking tho Democratic supporters of
tho "so-called" Greenback theory. It
launches its bolts at Mr. Pendleton and
his friends, attempts to involvo the New
York Convention of .July in a mazo of
contradictions and inconsistencies, and to
cast tho odium of defeat upon Western
and Southern Democrats.
Wti'havo only a word to say to tho
World: The spring of the bow will
not propal tho arrow to tho object. Tho
" Greenback theory" was not temporary.
It is stronger to-day than when first an
nounced. It is not a mere ' theory." It
will livo until the national debt is ex
tinguished, and the sooner the wholo
p3plo recognize the fact, and their serv
ants act upon it, tho better for both.
HEADS UK TAILS."
From present inlications it appears
that tho next great question which tho
American peoplo will have to solve, is,
whether Grant or Colfax will be tho ru
ling spirit in tho next administration.
While Grant is congratulating a straight
out Democrat on his election to Congress,
Colfax is more closely allying himself
with the extremists, marrying Ben Wade's
daughter, and laying pipe for tho control
of affairs. As tho caso now stands the
public are left in doubt which will bo tho
licad or tr.il of the next administration.
Is his report Gen. Thonus throws him
self in hostility to the peoplo oyer whom
ho is set to command. Ho shows a bit
terness and unfairness worthy of a man
bora on Southern soil, educated by South
ern money, and afterwards turned his
sword upon those who gave it to him.
Ills last report, filled with misreprescn
talion, brimming with inalico, and team
ing with falsehood is a standing libel upon
the birth-land of Washington, Jefferson,
Madison, Monroe, Randolph, all the Lor.
It is difficult to construe surh a produc
tion otherwiso than a dishonor to the civ
ilized portion of the human xacr.
the kehei. iiiihock.iiv."
During tho late presidential campaign
the New York lYibune, Cincinnati Vf
sette, and a number of the lesser lights
of tho Radical party spoke of the prat
party opposing them as 4 the Rebel
Democracy." This party polled m the
lato eloction about 2,250,000 vote. Had
elections been held in Virginia, Missis
sippi and Texas, this party would have
polled 150,000 more. This shows that
" tho Rebel Democracy " number nearly.
2,500,000 votes, nearly all of whom arc
while men, without counting the disfran
chised white men in West Virginia, Ten
nessee and Missouri. According to these
Radical papers there aro therefore more
"Rebels" than "Loyalists" in the
United States. This will show why it
was thought necessary to excludo whole
States and to exclude from registration so
many thousands in other States. Tho
' Rebel Democracy" is a powerful party.
Pkesiuext Jonxsos has raado a dona
tion of $150 to tho Colored Manual Lo
Sdicol, tecated near Mnrfrcesboro in this
THE CIVII. SCPKttlOlt TO THE Mil..
I TAUT AUXKOJUTr.
Hero and there an honest.- fearless
judgo is found in the Sen'them-Statee,
who will administer tho laws dofpito tho
military satraps who lord it over these
un'ortunato States. A case in point has
just occurred in Georgia. The facts of
tho case, as we learn from the Augusta
Chronicle and Sentinel, arc these r Some
time last spring, w. J. brannan, in a
street fight, in tho town of Bainbridge,
killed a man named Bell, for which he
was immediately arrested by tho civil
authorities', and bound over to stand his
trial at the ensuing term of tho Superior
Court of that county. After hohadbeon
arrested and had given bail, ho was, by
tho order of Gen. Mcade,-rc-arrestcd by
the military commandant at tint po3t,
and subsequently tried for murder by a
military court organized by Meade. He
was, by this military tribunal, found
guilty and sentenced fo pay a fine of fivo
hundred dollars and bo imprisoned ou
tho Dry Tortugas for tho term of his nat
ural life. Gen. Meado approved the find
ng of the court, but remitted one-half
the fine and reduced the confinement to
twentv' Tears. -While beio'r conducted
through- Florida by a military guafd,'to"
a shipping port fortho Tortuga?, Bran
imti's frionds sued out a writ of habeas
'corpus from a Judge of the Superior
Court of that Steto, who, upon a hcann
of the caso, ordered tho releaso of tho
prisoner. Meado was immediately tolo
graphed to, who, in reply, removed the
Judge from his ofiico and ordered the
guard thei to return with their prisoner
to Georgia and deliver him to the keeper
of the State Penitentiary, where ho has
'been ever einco confined. A writ oj
habeas corpus was applied for to Judgo
Robinson, in behalf of Brannan, on tho
ground that his confinement was illegal
The caso was argued during the session
of tho Putnam Superior Court by Judge
Lochrano, for tho prisoner, and tho So
licitor General for the State. Judgo
Robinson has delivered an opinion sus
taining tho application and ordering tho
kcopor of tho penitentiary to deliver tlio
prisoner into tho hands of the sheriff of
Decatur county, from whom he was takon
by tho military, that he may be tried by
a civil court The decision of Judge
Kobinson was based upon the ground that
Brannan's conviction by a military court
was illegal, because tho right to a trial
by jury was denied tho prisoner; aid
thercforo, to much of the reconstruction
laws of Congress as deprived prisoners
acousod of crime of the right to trial by
jury was unconstitutional. Tho ques
tion now is, what will Gen. Meado do in
A CO NT It A ST G E Alt Y AND mtOWN-
Gov. Geary, of Pennsylvania, is per
haps as good a Radical as Gov. Brown
low, but it appears ho has moro regard
for " law and the forms of law" that our
Governor. Gov. Geary has issued his
proclamation declaring the names of per
sons returned elected to Congress in tho
different districts of Pennsylvania, In
regard to tho twenty-first district, com
posed of the counties of Indiana, West
moreland and Fayetto, ho says no such
returns of elections havo been received
by tho Secretary of the Commonwealth
as would, under the election laws, author
zi him to proclaim tho name of any per
son as having been returned and duly
elected. The separata certificates, ono
certifying Hon. John Covodo, Republican,
to bo elo:ted, and the other ce rtifying
Mr. Foster, Democrat, to be elected, have
been issued; hence tho Governor has
thrown tho responsibility of deciding the
caso upon the forty-first Congroess. This
js very different from tho course pursued
by Gov. Brownlow, in a contest between
a Radical and a Democrat. Tho officers
designated to hold tho elections forward
to tho office of tho Secretary of Stato
certified copies of tho stato of the polls
in their respective counties, and then the
Governor sets to work, if a Democratic
candidate has a majority for Congrois, to
" throw out" a sufficient number of votes
to "elect" tho Radical, and then gives
him tho certificate. Congress practically
sustained him in this outrageous usurpa
tion. Mr.. Murdoch, the tragedian, has re
tired from tho state and devoted his
fine powers as an elocutionist to reading
his own productions. In tho former ca
pacity 'ho acquired a just fame, and no
peoplo more generously and heartily con
ferred it than tho play-going public of
the leading Southern cities. In his now
role he is not likely to enhance his rep
utation as a man of gifts, and is display
ing a rancorous malice towards a people
who once delighted to praiso him, that
greatly detracts from his character as a
man of noble and liberal sentiments.
In a lecture last Tuesday, in Cincin
nati, ho descended toropeat the exploded
calumny that Wilkes Booth was inspired
and instigated to tho assassination of Mr.
Lincoln by tho leading men of tho South,
and asserts that tho reward of his crime
was to be tho first plsco in the "new na
tion'" they hoped to found. This is as
foolish as it is false, for at the date of tho
assassination, as all men know, the Con
federate arms had been surrendered, and
its President was a fugitive from its capi
tol. It may bo said to Murdoch, as Junius
said to Garrick, ' Stick to your panto
mimes." There is no field for honest
amo for him in such ungrateful libels.
Secretary Fletcher, in his speecli at
the Capitol, a few nights ago, compared
tho Republican party m Tcnnesseo to a
besieged army within a fortification, rep
resenting the disfranchised masses of tho
State as tho besiegers. Nothing could
bo more truthful and yet farther from
the truth. It is truo that tha disfran
chised are clamorous for their rights,
which have been meanly and cowardly
withheld from them; and it is untrue
that the disfranchisers, the robbers of
and tyrants over theso people, aro afraiil
to go and come at their will. It is true
that the people of Tennessee have had
bayonets presented at their breasts, when
in tho exercise of their lawful vocations ;
but it u untruo that the- have sought il
legitimate means to resist their oppres
sors. Tho Secretary gave currency to a
doublo parados, and the truth in both is
It has been irearly a month since Gen
Grant's election, yet wo havo not heard
of a singlo additional Northern fire cent
pieco being invested in Tennessno land?,
manufaot n it, or merchandise since. If
Radicals statements before the election
wcro t be credited, wa should have al
ready had a rush of investments from all
parts of the North.
The Sherilfof (Jliaritoo county, Miwouri,
offers for salt? a Presbyterian church, to
atisfy the debis ot the congregation.
The ring of Nashvillo carpet-baggers
writhes under tho re-elction oi Air.
Fletcher to tho Secretaryship, of, State,
and one of them pours a jeremiad through
tho columns of their organ the Cincin
nati Gazette. Slowly but surely this
clique, afid al such cliques in every
Southern community, aro being de
stroyed. Their unmatched impudence
and tha schemes .they havo contrived to
get office, constitute a species of political
villany, tho liko. of which was never be
fore seen. It has been tho. chief obstacle
to the pacification of the Southern States,
If every truo man, white and black, in
tho Republican party, North and South,
would withdraw his countenance and
favor from such political adventurers, tho
acerbity of tho limes would bo instantly
mollified. Tho peoplo of the South,
whether enfranchised or disfranchised,
w.ill novcr affliato with such men. They
have insultingly imposed themselves upon
them, but they will never be willingly
accepted. Tho inevcitablo rectification
of things upon tho proper basis will ex
pel them from office. They cannot stay
tho return of the right -always. They
have no business to seek office. There
aro, men enough in tho Radical party
"to tho manor born,' qualified to oc
cupy "public stations, anu to men
of sensibility it is a marvel that a;
man without a dozen "acquaintances in a
community, can thrust himself forward
for positions of trust and emolument,
It is stated that Gen. Grant has writ
ten a letter to Gen. Slocum, congratula
ting him on his election to Congress from
Now York, "intimating that there will
Democrat may not support." Gen
blocum is as well-known as a genuino
Democrat, as a heroic commander of a
valliant corps in the Union army during
tho late war. lie was elected to Con
grcss as a Democrat. For such a man to
rcccivo tho congratulations ofthePrcsi
dent elect is, at least, significant.
vjft. P. JENKINS,
Successor to Tom Well3.
JEt-TABLISUED IJS 1814,.
39 IVortli Market St.
AM IN RECEIPT
OF THE LARGEST
Di-tirs. Chemicals, DrHprirlslR Sm-
tlrtcx, 1'imcy Goods, Toilet
Oooils, I'erfiiiui ry.
OILS, PAINTS, COLORS.
Cigars, Tobncco, Wiuos and Liquors,
crcr brought to this market, and will sell FOR
OASU at a slight advance on Eastern cojt.
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
All goods sold warranted to givo satisfaction.
It. P. JEMttJiS,
Proprietor of Jeseixs' Srosricn lirrTEi:?.
Market street, oppoiito Lnicn,
SIGN OF MAN AND MORrER.
To Plantor3 and Shippers of Cotton.
WE ARE NOW PREPARED IN OUR
large and commodious Brick Warehouses
on CUrk and Church ftreets. to store, ship and
sell all col ton cntrcited to us, at the exceeding
low rato of OSE 1IOLLAK rJIR IIAI.K.
No commissions charged for selling, and no ad
ditional chaigo on storage lor six months. All
cotton, insured unless otherwise instructed. Wo
are prepared to make liberal advances on cot
ton shipped to oar friends in Liverpool, New
Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Cincinnati
and New Orleans, at Mgular bank rates of in
terest, and without any charge of commission
We respectfully solicit a liberal share of your
r.ov20 tf Fttr.xcic a itttowr,'.
Attention, Ootton Shippers!
BAILEY, ORDWAY & CO.
EESPECTFULL.Y INFORM THEIR
lriends and tho publio generally, that .tbey
are prepared and
Will Ilmiulf Cotton ii I,ou nu Any
Kpixinniliic iloifie tn ilif City.
BAGGING, EOPE AND TIES,
Of every description, as Ivr as the I.nnpst
Cash advanced on Cotton consigned to their
friends in Cincinnati, New Orleans, New York
Having a Compre) in full operation. ;an save
shippers 20 per cent, on all freights to New
York or Boston. norlS tf.
rpnE FIRST-CLASS RESIDENCE.
Vino street, now occuiiied br Dr.
Wharton, is for rent next year. It is in good
order, having been recently well repaircJ.
For terms apply at premises. nov22 tf.
rpHE HIUHEST CASH PRICE
A paid fur
r. a k and h ii r. 1. 1. 1: i c it s
By J. T. o'SHACGHNESSr & CO..
Warehouse opposite N. and C, R. R. Depot.
DRYG00DS ! DRYG00DS ! !
A EDUCED PRICES.
ON AND AFTER MONDAY,
will bo offered at tho
Extra fino French Mcrinocs at SI 10 per yard,
worth SI U).
Fino Poplins at 45 cents per yard, worth CO cts.
Fino Poplins, changeable at 35 cents per yard,
north 0 cent.
Al.n, 6-4 Irish Frieze, for Overcoats, at re
duced rriccs. fnov22 lw
Nashville and Northwestern
ON AND AFTER NOVEMBER 2i ISO",
Passenger trains will run us follows:
. inr iA.isr:x3i:n.
Leave Nbvillo :it-"
Arrive at I'ninn fit tit
Arrio at Hickman at
O K p. K.
Conr.ectins at L'nion Ciiy with the Mobile anij
Ohio Railroad, aud at Hickman with the Mem
phis and Ft. I.ouij Packet Steamers for Co
litmbim, Cairo. ( IiIchko. Stt. I.oiiIh and
a'l tho rrir.cipl points in tho West and North
west. fir.y. en is iASv;:ri:9t.
Arrive at McKcnuoht...
3.1U P. M.
1U:W r. u.
C.i . a.
Cor.nc.-tinf at Humbuldt and Memphis with
Trains for tlronmln. Canlmi, JnrkNim,
VU'Uxbtirc New rl-uiin and intermedi
Passengers will notice that this U tho ahurt
routo to Memphis, New Orleans, Cairo, St.
Louis aid the Northwest.
Tlrkclu aalA mill Ilit);Kne clieo!Hl
(tiroriKli to til' ltnortant points.
Karv !w an any roufp. '
Tickets f.,r sale at the CltR Transfer Offlcc,
Miixwell Iluildinir. Church street, and at the
Nashville and Chattanooga Depot.
A. L. LaNDIS.
... . "- Asont N. & N. W. R. R.
W. L. DANLEY.
Oeneral Ticket Agent. Tnov22tf
rplli: CELEBRATED SADDLE HORSE,
i. F.r'ln. formerly owned by tho late Dr.
N. Lawrence Lindlcy. of tjreenwoud, Tenn.
For beauty, rpced, bottom and carnacc, he has
.. : I V. ,.. i c i -' . l . -
uusui'ciiui m iuc ointu. m nc 13 1UO 11V-
inse.nbodiment of all tho horsrly virtues Ho
csnbofcen ard bousht at a reduced price at
RLAND i TEELY'S Stable. Market street.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS I,
GRAND BALL WILL BE GIVEN AT
Fireman's Jiall, No. 3 Colleso street, on
WEDNESDAY EVENING, N'Y. 25,
for.tho benefit of Mr. M. J. WaUli. Ticket,
admittim Ksntlcman and ladios, 1 W.
SPERKY & CO.
AVE .REMOVED TO
SOUTH MARKET ST.
Kammoth Trafle Auction Sale !
FANCY CHINA AND I'Atll N GOOD!",
TOYS, WORK BOXES. CHINA SETS.
Vases. Doll anil oilier Fancy Articles, suitable
lor tne noiiuays.
Br ALSf.KT SEEJ1AS,
ON WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25.
W.E WILL SELL THIS" (TUESDAY)
mnrnim-. INnvembcr 24. commencing at .
in.jn.l. fine, linn rf Kt-inle and Faiict Drv-
I goods, Jtesdy-made Clothing, Hats, Shoes anil
Sale positive ana goons iree.
jiOtC4 It &3 Market street.
LARGE SALE TO-DAT.
YB.VTJIAS", N1I1KLDM .Jfc CO.
SELL A LAI. UK CO.NSlUKiUEai- ut
Staple Dry goods tbis morn in e t 9$ o'clock
Also, several invoices ot uuuimrtu. rancy
Goods. Varieties, etc.
Bargain hunters should givo prompt atten
tion. nov2t It
Robert Thompson & Co.,
Steam Cracker Bakery and Candy Works,
IMrOKTIE3 AM' DEALERS IN
Wines, Liqnors ami Foreign Fruits,
CIGARS, TOBACCO. ETC.
35 Houtli Mnrkct St., Kaslivlllr, Truii.
RnnTfiir and nirsii whisky.
01.1 Pennsylvania Rve and CriW. Bourbon
and some very superior Robertson County, for
sale, at low cash prices, bv
ROBERT THOMPSON CO.,
P0RTEHS AND ALES, of various brands,
direct importation., and for sale low, by
ROBERT THOMPSON CO.
'PEAS, cf all grades, in ail Linda of packages,
J. for sale low. by
ROBERT THOMPSON .t CO. '
ClOFrEES AND Sl'GAlA always on hand,
and will be cold as low as the lowest.
CHEESE A largo and well assorted stock,
just received and for tale low. by
ROBERT THOMPSON A CO.
CANDIES AND CRACKERS, always fresh,
and put up in quantities to suit purebisers.
Fire Crackers. Fruiu of all hinds, and nrarly
every kind of good usually kept in tho line,
will be found at the Store of
ROBERT THOMPSON A CO
nor21tf No. 35 South Market street,
BOOTS AM) SHOES
CM AS. IS. HAIR'S,
KO. 47 NORTH COLLEGE STREET.
DIRECT FROM THE
bct Manufacturers in the country, one of
the largest and best selected stocks of
1IOOTK. K1IOKH AND UAITCJIH
ever brought to this market, which are offered
tor pale at a small advance on eastern cost.
Small Profits and Quick Sales is tho notto.
4 RE PREPARED To SUPPLY NASH-
J villo. with ;Ih:hi Coal. Whether this
Cumpanycan coxriscK to reduco tho price of
Uoal uercnus ui on tne quantity sow.
liio qtinntUy In increnweil tlic nc
lunl cost Is Ictsonoil.
In four years of management, the President
of this Company has novcr. in a single instance,
advanced tho price of Coal tecause of the
The Coal is Sold by Weight.
A t.OAD of coal and a piece of chalk ere just
tho samo size, and theicfore the coal ii not sold
by the load.
Lump Cl 'J3cenls per bnatiel.
Hoitii.l Con I U.t '
Smnll Ml 0:1c ul.
clear of dust a
Flue Coal, for maa
ufneturinff purposes 15
Large sale! of fine Coat nill ba made at Io s
figures, and cnritalists who think of going to
manficturing. are earnestly invited to confsr
with tbo officers of this Company upon the sub
ject or a permanent saprly of cheap Ooal.
T htT claim that tho problem has been solrtil,
and that CHEAP COAL for manufnotuting -ur-pcits
cn now be guaranteed.
A. S. C0LYAE, President.
J. C. M'AttNCK, Seo'y and Tress.
A. M. .SHOOK, Mnnnser.
TN FORMS THE PUPLICOF NASHVILLE
-- and Middle Tennessee, that he is manufac
turing; on an extensive scale,
B A. R R E X, S ,
KEGS. ofaiI kinds an!
Full supply alKAj-j on hand, and offered as low
rj can bo bought in thi or any otter market,
lio auks a trial only of the public.
Factory and 03ke, corner Mailison and North
Front streets. fnov2t tilljanl
M -A. S 3N" I CJ HALL.
'Tho Monarch on4he Jload Again.?
For Fire Nights Only,
MONDAY, KOVE3IBEK SO; 18(18.
riUIE OLD-TIME AND WELL TRIED.. .
headed by tie GreatlmpreJsario and founder of
tbs present school of ninstrel;y, after anua-
paralielled season of sacceis ox eigaieen con
secutive months, at their Opera House, Cincin
nati, propose a tour, for a limited number of
weeks, tnrougb the ccuntry. mo penormance
will embrace the entire force of this hokstik
Doors open at 7. eftmmencinir at 8 r. it.
nov2t 6t WM. O- DORXEN. Agent.
r WILL SELL AT THE COURTHOUSE DOOR
1 in Murfreeiboro, baturday. November 21st.
1568. at li o'clock A. m.. the Interest of C. W.
ttrnrn In 623 twrro In land, tha said land ha-
loosing to the estate o W O. J. Bnrrui, de
ceased. At is situated five miles irom Alurtrees
bnro near the T.flhnnnn nike: it is well watered
timbered and improved, and is free from all en-
cumDrances.- Aerms casn. a. a. unuij.
n,OY 1W AJ31JECO.
Alio uuuuittiH Jiiiuueta auuuji vj
SO, 72 S. ClIEltKT 8TKKA.T.
-ST7KKEKP CONSTANTLY ON HAND SU'
vv hftriflr S II r 1 n rr. Retried AAalP, AlOStf,
lotlull Tup anu WOM BurtBra, lu-
gethor with Hlluwi, Bolsters, Sheets, Comforts,
etc., etc., which will be farauhed to order at
thA lnwt4t tiHrM
Wo abo trim Church pews, and do all kinds
nf rnnvaHnyln tin linfl.
If inconvenient to visit our Factory, call at
Vim,Ti Rhii.i .r Ca.'i. or T. W. Barnes
Auction lloates. College street, and leave or
ders, which will be rromptly filled.
We will buy 200,000 pounds of R0UQU
SHUCKS delivered at our factory.
13. A. CULK&bON,
nov21 2m 272 bouth Cbtriy st.
Oldest House in the City,
Established in 1SIG.
Baker, Confectioner and Candy Manufacturer
NO. St NORTH MARKET STREET,
XT AS JUST RECEIVED A LARGE As
f I sortment of Fruits, Nuts, etc., including
llaisins. Litrons. nigs, uurranis. uate., prunes
together witu a large supply oi f rencn Uonloc
Also, justopeneu a large sloes ot Toys, h ire
Works ana racer uucus, suuaoie lor nouaay
He would call the attention of the eountry
trade to nis targe anssoriment oi candle?, uon
Sections, etc.. an oi wnicn will be oBeretl at tn
very lowest prices. no?21 2m
XO. CI XORTU MAHKUT ST.,
AS IN DAYS GONE BY. HE ALLOWS NO
Storo in the city, or elsewhere, to surpass
LOW PRIC E H
CHEAP, CHEAPER, CHEAPEST,
61 North Market St.. near llio Square
JOH1S UAMAGE & SON
TTAVE JCST OPENED A FULL STOCK OF
B OOTS 1VX) SHOES
BOY8 -A.N1 MISSEtJ
Solicitinc a liberal patronage from our old
fritnds nnd tho cititens generally, we guarantee
satisfaction In stocK ana puces.
JOH.-V IUHAHE SOW,
No. IS North Colleeo street.
Nashville, Nov. 2l-tf
China, Bohemian Glassware,
ETC, ETC., ETC.
WE WILL OFFER AT PUBLIC SALE
tho largest stock of Chinaware ever
brought to this city. These goods are of our
own importation, ordered especially for thU
market, and manufactured by Haveland Co .
one of the largest and best manufacturers ef
this class or goods in t rance, lnese goods.bavo
all been brought in within the past year, and,
therefore, consist of the newest patterns. The
stock can be seen any day previous to ths sale.
We request that all persons desiring to purchase
unina win attenu me saio. more especially deal
ers and ladies desiring to purchase Dinner and
Tea Sets. We will begin tho sale
On Tuesday, lie 2dth tat,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31.,
AT OUR SALESROOM. 75 PUBLIC SQUARE
-with tho intention of continuing from day to
day, until the entire stock is closed out. What
ever is offered will be sold without reserve.
Our object in closing out tbis stock is, that we
may discontinue this branch of our business.
andconnneourieives more particularly to tne
We have also other reasons which we think un
necessary to mention.
CAMPBELL A SPIRE,
M. J. DOLIN. Auctioneer. noT21 tf
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
for tho Middle District of
Sr-ElxoniLD, Tcnn.. Oct. 23. 163. The un
dersigned hereby fives notice of his appoint
ment as Assigneo of W. B Pepper and L- O
Purdue, of the oounty ot Robertson and State
of Tennessee, within said district, who .have
been adjudged llankrupts upon their own peti
tion by the District Court of said district.
A f.. GARNER.
nov2i w.lt Assignee.
Middle Diatriftt Tennessee.
THE LNDERtliGNED HEREBY GIVES
notice of his t. nointment as Assignee ot
W. E. Dillen and S. L. Waller, "fl Davidson
county, Tennessee, within said District, who
have been adiudred bankrupts upon their own
petitions, by the District Court of taid District.
ALEX. A. HALL. Assignee.
Office No. OT South Market street.
Ntahville. Tenn- Nov. 19. Iaw3w
I N S U K A N O K.
Marine and Fir
Under the new charter, is noteper, frr t. tsinc
AT NO. 3t NORfil OULi.Sii Si':t-T
Mast dtar ! vccir of Uct&O ctrwt
JOMKFH tV. SU.KM. I'rln-..
John M. nttl.
C. A. R. Thomson.
Daniel F. Carter,
11, B. Cheatham,
O. W. Uendershott,
Watson M. Cock'.
11. L. Jons.
John W. Torr&ii
A. (I. Adams.
Josepn W. Allen.
Middle DiatrlGt of Tcunewce.
rpHE UNDERMGNED HEREBY GIVES
-1- notice of bis appointment as assignee iu
Bankruptcy of P. F. Arbucale and W.N. Pais
ley, of Rutherford county, Tennessee, who have
beendeclai d bankrupts upon their own peti
tions. Murfreesboro, Tenn., Oct. 14 lS&i.
UiAKi) ii. junuAn, AHiimee.
r. A SnUPHEKD.
n. V. IIOOPEK.
Hollins, fright & Go.
BOOTS AN Z SHOES
FUR AD '.YOOl; HATS,
r.'. 72 r.nst Klrtc rublicSfinnre,
Nashvillo. T o n n .
E INVITE THE ATTENTION OF
To our FA 1.1, AN IS
Goods, now in store.
IinX.I,X.VH, WRIOIIT A CO,
aug2S 3m sp po
Wall Paper Window SMes,
ETC., ETC.. ETC.,
WHOLESALE AND E ETA II,.
WE WOULD RESPECTFULLY IN
fonri our natrons and tho i.uhlic
e rally, that in conformity with an agreement
existing between ourselves and tbo largest
Duicru irjuuui&ciurera ui rniicr aanutf
Ingn, Window Nhtuls, Wlndntv Cir
nice. cle. we hare established at thii
placo the only
Matmnoth Southern D8pot,
for the wholesale nd retail of goods in this
line: and tbntwe are offering goods TO THE
At Manufacturers' Pricas,
with the EXPENSES OF SHIPPING added.
OUR PALL STOCK
is very large and completo, and we invito the
puplic to give us a trial belore making pur-
J0IIN TV. HILL & CO.,
No. 22 SOUTH COLLEGE STREET,
Between Church and Broad.
T. J. yARBROUGH,
Late of tho firm of Weakley 3c Yarbrougb.
G-rocer and Commission
SOUTH COLLEGE STRKET.
HAS NOW IN STORE THE FOLLOWING
choice and select stock of Groceries, which
he oilers to the Trade at the Lowest .Marke
200 SACKS RIO COFFEE.
15 IIHDS. DEMERARA SUGAR.
10 IIHDS. CLARIFIED SUGAR.
SO nUL. EOVEBING'S CSIIIS MJOAIt,
:o BBLS. " TOW'D
100 BBLS. EX. C. SUGAR.
25 BBLS. N. O. MOLASSES.
25 1IF. BBLS. N. 0. MOLASES.
Of) IIXH. 33ir.KN' AND BLAtK TEAS;
100 BXS. SOAP.
1 W BXS. STAR CANDLES.
10 HF. BXS. STAR CANDLES,
23 QR- BXS. STAR CANDLES.
100 BXS. STARCH.
SO CASES mCIIAHDSOX'.H MATCHES,
100 CADDIES S. S. TOBACCO,
3C0 D0Z PAINTED BUCKETS,
50 DO'Z. WA&HB0ARD5.
2DOZ.TUBS:Nos 1.2 A 3,
50 DOZ. BROOMS.
200 DOZ. CLOTHES LINES.
SOO DOZES MASON'S KI-ACHlNfJ,
500 BBLS. FLOUR. Jackson Mills.
500 BBLS FLOUB. Black Lick Mills.
CW BBLS. FLOUR. Magnolia Mills,
0 BBLS. WHITE BEANS.
100 HUES. N OKTIl'N I. II. POTATOES
5 TIERCES RICE.
3.C00 LBS. COD FISH,
25 HF. BBLS. MACKEREL.
M0 KEGS NAILS, assorted,
20 CASES SARDINES,
25 UEGS ENGLISH SODA.
Bacon, Lard, Corn Meal. Bran, Spices, Blue-
in, rapping r aper, togetnerwitn a large ana
completo assortment oi cnoice
comprising Old R. C. Whisky, Bourbon Whisky
anu imported llins, Uranaies and Nines.
T. J. TARmtOCGir,
24 South College street,
nov!5 tjanl Nashville. Tenn.
Third National Bank
W. W. BERRY, M. BURNS.
JOHN K1RKMAN. EDGAR JONES.
D. WEAVER. CHAS. E. IIILLMAN,
DAN'L F. CARTER. EDMUND COOPER.
ALEX. FALL'S ESTATE.
DEALS IN EXCHANGE, GOLD AND SIL
ver and Government Securities.
Drafts drawn in sums to suit on London, New
York, New Orleans, Cincinnati, St. Louis, Louis
ville. Memnhis. etc.
5-20 and IO-IO bonds always on band for
11 W. IV. DERKT, PrCHlUcut,
EDGAR JONES. Cashier.
JOHN KIRKMAN. Vice President,
apr27 ly ,
AGENT FOR THE
Georgia Home Insurance Co
Capital nnd Surplus 400,000
36 COLLEGE STREET.
Full iron Frame With
Warehouse No. 41, Fourieenth street.
HAVE BEEN PRONOUNCED BY THE
profession to be among the best instru
ments mado. First class premiums taken
wherever exhibited- Beinsoneof the largest
manufactories in America, (having nude and
Bold W2 Pianoes in 1867,1 we are enabled to sell
at prices which defy competition. Send for
circulars and price lists.
BlcClure's Music Store,
Wholesale and Retail.
Tub undersiencd takes pleasure in announc
ing to the public that he has received anothor
shipment of the Haines Brothers Pianos,
among which is the " Parlor Beauty." Small
sized Rosewood case, full 7 octaves, round cor
ners and carved legs. This instrument, for its
Sue qualities of tone touch and mechanism,
attract alike the artist and amatuer- The low
pri- at which they are offered, place them
within the reach of every one, henco they aro
destined to bo the great iavorite of the public.
MystockofSteinway, Dunham, Weber and
Eraushaar Pianoes is large and varied, and are
offered at factory prices.
In Urcans and .Melodens. 1 deal in the Burl-
etts only, which stand before the public without
aheetmusie and small musical inercbandiio
in the greatest abundance, and sold at lowest
rates. novl-tf JAS. A. McCLURK.
Farmers, Buy at Home
VOUR WAGONS AND AGRICULTURAL
I iinDlcments. I am manufacturing the very
best of Steel Plows, and otber Lnplemcnts
Also, wagons of the very best material ami
workmanship. J. H. RUMSEY.
No. 334 South Cherry street, between Ash an
Mulberry streets. locio em
Lif? tospranee oiapao),
Ao. JO Maxwell Uouse.
JOHN M. BASS
J. W. HOYTK
Dr.T. A. ATCHISON..
Dit. S. II. STOUT
A Southern llotne Institution.
flJinCS All V?ni) nf T.tf fiTiil I.V.Inam.nl
roiicies on most larorable terms. '.may2a tf
186S l'ALI, TUAlin. 1S68
Furniture and Mattresses.
WEAKLEY & WARREN,
No. H Norih Collrsc Street.
Manufacturers and Wholesale and Retail Deal
ers in Every Variety of
I'nrlur. I!ci rooni, Dlnlns-room, Ilnll
Looking Olnsses, Window GlnNs, etc.
t!fTE "DESIRE TO CALL ESPECIAL AT-
TT tentiontoonr Mammoth Block of Goods'
for the fall trade, as we are fully satisfied that
an examination of our stock and prices will
convince purchasers that wo wU sell good goods
mil t as low as tney can bo oougni, io tnu city.
or brought here from any other market. Con
sult your own interest by gmng us a call.
W.KAU.1,.! a Yt AKK.iX.
We hare about 190 boxes Window Glass tha.
we will sell at cost. sep5 3m,
W. IVIE WESTBR00K.
D. R. W. BEERS,
Editos3 ixd Publishes?,
Issued to thirteen hundred subscrib kly,
A FINE ADVERTISING MEDIUM AT
FRESH GROCERIES I
R. L, WEAKLEY,
No. 6 North College Street,
(Successor to Weakley A Yarbrougb.)
TS JUST IN RECEIPT OF A FRESH STOCK
X of Groceries and Liquors, consisting in pait
2hhds New Orleans Brown Sugar.
10 " " Clarified faugar.
10 " " Demerara Sugar.
l'.O bgs choico Rio Coffee.
U) bbl3 UOIden Mrup.
2- " Crushed Sugar.
23 " Powdered Sugar.
CO hlf-bbl Mackerel, assoited.
H O boxes Soap.
200 " Star Candles.
100 " Starch.
100 " Cove Oysters.
ICO casks Soda.
25 boxes Soda, 1 lb. papers.
50 dozen Brooms.
ICO " Painted Buckets.
IOi caddies assorted Teas.
23 boxes Mustard, assorted sizes.
50 " Rumlord's Yeast Powders.
10 bbU Blacking.
23 cases Itichardion's Matches.
IS boxes Pickles.
1 0,0 0 Cigars, assorted brands.
70J bbls Maennli Flour.
luO " Black Lick Flour.
50 boxes Cheese.
Wrapping Paper, Pepper Snnce,
All of which will be sold cheap fcr CjSH only.
In storo a small lot of Mess Mackerel, as fine i
as ever brought to this market.
No C North Collego street.
-I-V A T.AT1Y GF REFTA'EMENT. A SITUA-
Jlj tion as Uoose-keeper, tor a widower or
middle aged gentleman, or as a companion to
a lady. No objectitn to leaving the city. Refer-
enscs exenangeu. Address
M. J. A..
Corner of Chestnut and 17th street.
nov203t liouisvillc, ivy.
To tlio Creditors
ROBERT PAGE, DEC'D.
TN ORDER THAT TnE FUNDS IN Ml
JL hands may be distributed, thereby five no
tice to all persons having claims against tne
estate of Robert Page, deceased, .to file tne
same authenticated as the law prescribes, by the
FIRST DAT OF MARCH NEXT,
after which time an appropriation of said funds
will be made, and any claim not filed on os be
Fore said day will bo barred both in law and
.m,;tv. P.L. NICIIOIi.
covl9 101 Clerk Davidson Co. Court.
SALES OP REAL ESTATE
Mville BuiluiDj Association.
TnOR THE PURPOSE OF WINDING UP
J? the affairs of the old Nashville Building
Ascn.-nntinn. the sale of all lands mortgaged D7
those in arrears bis been ordered, and tho first
sale will take place on
WF.ONKSnAT. 25th OF XOVEMI1ER,
fV,,.flirit,A ilnnr. within Ifo-aI bonrs. Lfi-
cI advertisements will appear in the Prut and
rrh real rsinte tn he snld on the 25th was mort
7,m nnd .NMar z.muna. me omciai pacers.
gaged by the follewmg persons, and tnose in
terested will please take notice:
John Adams and Tris- John J- Beech and Sa-
cilla Adams. rahJ.iieech.
T. W. Conner. John Corbitt and Ra-
Hervey Campbell- chel Corbitt-
John Corbitt. Cilhn M. Cowsrdin.
John ll.Coussens and wife.
Thnroal t state mortcatred lies within the city
F.l-afinM nrl Knrth Nishville. Sale for cash.
witnout tho eauity of redemption. Seo legal
By order of tne uoard ot xiirectors.
nov!3 2w ANSON NELSON. Trcas.
Wo. 37NOUTH CUCKItlf hTBKLX
WOULD RESPECTFULLY GIVE NOTICE
to bis patrons that he has just received
a large stock ot
Clolli,CassimcrcH sS; Testings,
which he is nrenared to make up to order in tho
latest and most fashionable styles.
W. M. Rowen has charge of the business and
cuttingdepartment, and will bo pleased to see
His old mcEUs. sepj-u
Ilnrlsvllle. Stimupr Connlj-.Tenn.
First JlotdijJ is Sepffmler iail Ftbrairj,
T. M. PATTERSON. President.
Mrs. IDA PATTERSON, Principal Music and
Assistant Literary Department.
Mrs. ELIZA BARKSDALE. Assistant Litera
P. M. POTTS, President Board Trustees.
J. P. ANDREWS. Seo'y
House and Land for Sale.
milE RESIDENCE OF THE LATE GEN'L
JL. Uantel s. uoneison, witn one nunurea or
250 ACRES OF IsAXD.
nt Hendirsonville. Sumner o intv. Tennessee.
This f.irm has tho Gallatin turnpike in front.
Drake's creek on one side, the Depot on the
Louisville railroad in view, and is unsurpassed
by any otner in the State. Address, or call oa
nendf rsonville, Sumner county,
r.r T)K. VM. WILLIAMS.
Three miles north of EdgeScId, Davidson
county, Tennessee. cov!2 111
nou turnpike,athrce miles from the city.
ousiuu siven lmmeatareiy. Apply 10
novWlw or P. F. HARDCASTLE.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED AND ARE
constantly in receintof a lr nnA finn
atsortmcnt ot all kindi of Gentlemen's, Boys',
s.aaies , juisscs una uniidren s
Boots, Rhocs, Oalmoralsi, OaltnrN, Etc.
Gents', Boys' and Children's Fur. Caislmera and
Wool HATS, CAPS. etc.
Whips. Thongs. Hosiery, Gloves, Blaoking,
Jirusnes, mompsonlan Medicinesand
B. R. CUTTER i 0 LEAVES,
Corner Broad and College Streets.
novlij 3m Nashville. Tenn.
TTNOWINO 31Y ABILITY TO CURE ALL
JX. of the aboro diseases, 1 will enter into a
contract with any one who may bo afflicted with
either, to euro them on tho terms of "No cure.
u. Examinations and consultations free.
at my office. No. 15 SJulberry street. South
ixasnviue. f.A. Y C1KVLU'. 31. U.
Louisville and Nashville
PALL SCHEDULE, 1868.
COMMENCING NOVEMDEH B. ISOS.
Trains wUI ran as follows :
Leave: Nashville 0:10 A. M. 6:30 P. M.
Arrive at Louisville.- 1:30 p. M. 4:00 A. M.
Botn Trains make direct connection at Louis-
Till with the Jefforsonvillo Railroad for St-
Tjintt PKiavn TnHI.n.nnli. rin,!nn,lt Haiti.
more, n asnmgton. rmiadelpma. and Wewlorsu
I Mnrnift. Train fmm SJ.T,;1T .Anm.t. with
United States mail line rteamers leaving Louis
ville at 4.-00 r. v.. connecting at Cincinnati with
earlrmornine trains East. Rionini rmrni)
from Nashville to St. Louis, Chicago, Cincin
nati, and all principal Eastern cities.
Xf The 6:30 r. v. Train from Nashvil.e
does not run on SUNDAY.
(iallatm Acccmmodatlon Train leaves Galla
tin at wis A. H.. arriving at Nashville at
1IIJ3 A. Al. Keturninir. ImM NashviIlA at
3:43 P.M., and arrives at Gallatin at 6IU0 P.M.
Gtal Easerlstendtat L.4N.H.H.
. B. COLYMK. 1. ft. UlEr.S. J. W. XIW1I1X.
Nashville, Winchester, Fayetteville.
COLYAE, MASKS & CO.,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
TX7ILL PRACTICE IN PARTNERSHIP IN
tho various Courts of Lincoln county
Tennessee. Protnptattention given to collec
tions, xneir ouicoisintne .inner mocx.-
South side of the Square, fayetteville, tenn.
W. S. BUNNAVANT,
-"lOXTRACron AND btjieder.
V J Cor. orlliansT. ApCruBtaLAXo llev.
would r spcctfully inform his natrons, lriends
and the nablis ecnerallr. that he has secure!
the services of Mr. Geo. W. Hickman as Agent
and roreman.and is prepared to execute all
kinds of building and job work with dispatch
ana in a workmanlike manner- locti
V.. X. MTIBS J. W. SUZEWOOD.
MYERS & SHERWOOD'S
1C "V 8UO x,
No. 40 Church Street, below PosloOlco
Carriage. Buggy and General Repairing done
promptly- Express Wagons male- to order to
usit any bunness iliac its uritnj oobini soiicite 1.
Office General Freigh: Agent,"
1SIIV1LLS i CnitTAJOOfl' JlSD NaShTILLS -
A Northwesters Rai-wats,
N as n ville, Ocu 14, 1SGS.
FREIGHT CONTRACTS. AT LOW RATES,
will be made on shipments from asiiT:lIe
To Soinphis, New Orleans & St. Lonb,
To all points on the Mississippi river,
Through rates ;ivcn and Bi:Is Lading issued
only at tcis omej.
CHAS. AV. ANDERSON.
oetlS tf Gen'l Freight AgenL
A. A. SPMR & CO.,
S. E, Corner Walnut and Water sts.
CIXCiaWATI, - OHIO,
Liberal Advances made on Shinmenti. anil
carciui aucKiiuu git eu io niung oruers.
W. J. PORTED &C0M
louonanu xouacco factors
COM MIS S ION MEJECiHANTS,
No. 1 12 Pearl Stret,
T IBERAL CASH ADVANCES MADE BY
Ji our Agents Ed. It. Pennebaker. No. 74
aouth Market street, Kaahvile, Tenn,. and
Baylor R. Stewart, Ilunuville, Ala.
rriHE UNDERSIGNED. BEINO FULLY
ptepared for manufacturing Nnsti,
Doors, ltlludsi. inside and out. Pivot and
Stationary M lata, Frames of every description.
Brackets, Cornices, plain and ornamental.
Mantelpieces, Mouldings of all kinds. Base
Boards, Flooring. Poplar and Pino Ceiling
Plank, Weatherboarding. and Building Mate
rial generally. Also, Builders and Contractors
All at as low rates as can be imported of equal
quality. Send orders. Punctuality and dis
patch are our business ere ed. Office and Fac
tory adjoiningNashTillo and Chattanooga Rail
road Locomotive Shon.i. Cedarstreot. Nashville.
TUKBIVI1.1J: A FTJI.CIICR.
PtATVTEKS' BANK NOTES
IN ACCORDANCE WITH AN ACT OF THE
General Assembly of tha State of TennrA.ee
appruveu uvemuorr i. loo, ectllie an aci Jlo
oxnedite tne dutiiuoiiuu - me "fleets of Banks
which have or n.as w&e assignments among
their creditor-." notice is hereby given to the
I Idem fr m notes t tne rianters' Hank nl
Tesctuv-i. . ent them to the undersigned
at tne Hank in Nashville tor payment between
now and tne hen day ot January, lbw. or tbey
win oe lorevcr uarred.
IH l.ilinl tit
it can docglas
E. B. DRIVES.
DRIVER, DOUGLAS & CO.,
PROPRIETORS OF THE
"Beservoir Mills "
HAVE COMPLETED ARRANGEMENT
to SU orders forthelrcelebratcd brandsof
ceeam: op the oity
Thev are fullv urcnaroil to enter unon tlie
ensuing Wheat Season, both as to the quan
tity and quality of tbo grades of the above
Tho Highest Market Price
PAID FOR WHEAT.
Office: N03. 10 and 12 South Market st
JFxist in. Time t
G&jts' mulshing Goods.
TE INVITB TUB AT CENTION OF THE
our large aa 1 well selected
KE .,.-... cLOTiiifC m.l
'ai-jiaii. ci.Oiill.n. and
Cloths, Casslmeres and Ves-tlugsi,
which nill be made to up order at fh't n'.ti c
anu in tne aw iHsbHwable styles, (.oil and
examine our mammoth sleek.
KIKCllr.U u aiie.k::k,
Nos- 51 and 53 Sooth Market street.
JAMES B. PATTERSON. Salesman.
IiflBortant to Sfiippers of -CottGD.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE DETER
ratnod to reduce tho Storage and Commis
sion on all Cotton consigned to them on warons
cr Railroad, to
Two Dollars per Bale.
We trtr to sir tn nnr fr;ni
handle their produee for nothing, aad do it
bonestly: out will guarantee to them FAIR
AND HONEST WEIGHTS? and wil? always
make sales for them at tho HIGUEST market
puce, anu win cnarge mem a Uir commuiSxn
By using every exertion to make it to the in
terest of ourpatrons, we solicit their patronage.
lTlir.l.WS JC w.
THOS. PARKES & CO.
r v ... McCREAACO.
November II. 186S nor 5'm
Bagging aud Rope.
TTE HAVE ON HAND A LARGE STCCK
IT of Rope and Bagging, at low prices.
Ky. Pr- Bagging
J. 11. iiagging-
Heavy Flax Bagging-
THOS. PARKES A CO
Commission Mtrchints. Nash ville. Tenn.
THE EIGHT PLACE !
QO TO THE LUMBER YA RD OF
KICIIAKD 15. WttlGJIT,
fer year seaseneJ White Pine
Sash. Doors and BTinds,
at remarkably lew pris.
Corner of High and Bread aod 231 Cedar street
GET THE BEST.
T WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE
J. Public that I am Mill manufacturing; ad
keep always on band,
The Best Quality of Mattresses,
such as Hair. Spria;. Shuck. Moss, Cotton. C.t-
ton and saaek.
Also, Feather Beds. Comforts and. everythirg
in the Bedding line, which will be sold at tha
Lowe ft Ratos.
All persons wishing Mattresses, etc.. will find
it to their interest to give me a call before pur
Old Mattresees neatly reaovated.
S. 11 MILLER.
novlT 2m N- 'J North College street
t e ii i?i7T"e a s y .
A GREAT BARGAIN 13 OFFERED IN A
House and Lot on South Union street, TUa
heue eo&taisM mx rooms besides kitchen end
servant s rooms. It is wravenient to the Spruca
Street Railroad, aud. iui one of the mrst
flourishing loeaiiiies is Naohville. Tle-o is a
line gardes attae.ied to lair lot.
1 havo also a ranst lut ea the corner ri I . :-
lege and Jeflersua streets, 96xlSl ft. In -aire
of U.J .Kli libCllLL.
Cemer of S. I won and me s: re:u.
Government Prouerty !
TWILLSM.L AT PUBLIC AlTTlO.V.TJ
1 the highest bidder for oth, at A h La-racks.
o.v ti'esdat, xoruinrx Z4, ises
AT 10 OTLOCK. A. M .
A largo lot of Ckthio;. Camp and Garrison
Equipage, such at Trousers. Drawers. 1' ts.
Also, a larze lot of Uaartermaster'a Prcpertr.
sueh as Wasuas. Wagon Wheels, Axle Tretu
and Hounds, liaraer?, uonar', iieatin; ana
Coal Stove. Cenking Moves, Hny Scales. Dia
mond Glaiitr. Riding Saddles. Carpenterand
Blacksmith Tools of all kmds. Spades. ShsvcL).
and miscellaneous articles too numerous t; men
tion. J'rODertv to ba removed within twentr t-MT
hours after sale. J. F. CLEUHORN.
novIS w.t sn.t. Uvt. Capt. and A. A. q il
ON TUESDAY. 24tk NOVEMBER NEXT,
at the Courthouse in Nashville. I wU!. is
accordance with the terms of a deed of trust
made to ma by C. M. Donaldson, recorded in
i oer. Lou nus. i nna z in ksai a auui
TION TO EDGEFIELD, without tho right cf
redemption. Terms cash.
octs n f. ULKfH.Tmstea.
A. & W. HANNUS,
21 BBOAD HTKF.ET,
WHOLESALE BAKERS AND C JNFEC
tioners. Manufacturers of all kinds cf
Candies, Crackers, etc.. etc., beg to call the at
tention of the Citv and Ccuntry Merchants tj
their large and well assorted stock of
Candies and Confectioneries,
all of which have been made of the best mate
rial by competent workmen.
Also, just received fresh Layer Raisins. Fij,
Nuts of all kinds. Citron, Lemon Peel, Canned
Fruits, Preserves, J ellies. Oysters, Sardines, etr
Also, a large and splendid assortment cf
FRENCH AND UKRMN TOYS and iary
Articles, carefully selected of the newest pai
Also, a large assertment of 1 1KK-WUKKS I
Butter. I'ic-nic. Soda. Sazar. Aerated and
Cream Crackers, all of which wLl be soli vcr?
Country Merehaatsare respectfully reques ci
to give us a call. A. A W. KANNIK.
novl7 tjanl 1 Broad street
Nashville and Chattanooga
R -A. I L R O A. 1 ) .
Cl ill ii e oT Time.
PASSENGER TRAINS WILL
Nashville daily, aslellows:
lnr Train 6s
Sight lmlli G:30 !
Makinz direct connection at Chattanooga wllh
tho Western aad Atlantic Railroad for Atlanta,
Macon. Columbus. West Point. Augusta,
vannah and Albany. Georgia: Eufaula. M.zt
gomeryand Mobile. Alabama; Charleston and
Columbia, South Carolina; Wilmington. Liar
lottr and Raleigh. North Carolina, and uter
Ataavannau passengers nave cnoico oi wi::r
or rail route tu Florida.
PAS3ENGERS I OR
linoxvillf. IZristol. Lyuc-tvbnrx.
Icrsbiirs, Itlehiiioiiit. Jiortoiu,
WiwitlnsSau C'ltr- llHisi
more, i'rillrulelluii imu .ew inr.
will make direct ronnertions by taking f
r. M, Train out of ilasnville.
this is TifK sitottT nrrr.
to Washington City. Baltisnre. PLiIadc!iiI..a
FARE AS LOW AS ANY OTHER ROITE.
Baggage Checked Through.
X'alace KlecpIiiK'HrH on all Nigh ""r
Leaves Nashville -I X P M,
Arrives at Waitraca - 7 10 P M,
Loaves artisce 6-OJ M
Arrives at Nashville lO.CO A. M
Passengers for MeMisnrilte and Mar.eheit.r.
Winehoster and Alabama or Jasjer B-n-'i
Railroads will take-!he Dav Train oat nf N.-
viHo. - J. V. T2IUSIAM,
W. L. DANbEx . Superintendent.
ii. f. Agent. nov 7tf
040 Aeren for Kalp Tlirce Fnrnn-
Kaninet I-CnlUoun'n Laotts,!4tven
Slllea frn JLcbnnon.
BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE CF TUL
Chancery Court at Lebanon. Tenn - !
pursuant to the terms of a Deed nfTrn,'
outed by Samuel L. Calhoun on MoiKlny,
Kits lu-cvnibrr, ISOS, atTaylorsrille. V.i.
son county. I will offer at piiblie stle. to tho
higbeit and best bidder, the fine farm lands of
Sam'l L. Calhoun, as follows :
Home Placo, 253 acres, with soodimprcTsmci'3,
Provine Place, 175 aeres, small "
Rutherford Lands, 112 aeres. no "
And two Store nouses and about 4 of ant. c
ot land in Taylorsville.
TheSO lands are Taltllile nn.! iteirh?e . M rS
Lorhood excellent: the inln -.hwlnte. Per
chasers will have posseseian 1st day ot Jacua
ry, 1S9. Ths lands mast be sold, and a bar--: :
may be expected. Apply on the place and tx
amine, or to me in Lebanon, Tenn.
TERMS Oee-trird cash, and the balarca in
one ami two years, without interest- Nst:
with two or more approved sureties N:;j
will bedieeeunted at 6 Ler cent- if pnrcla:r3
desiro to pay.
rne land is sehl without redemption, ana
Com and buy a bargain.
EDWARD i. GOLLADAT.
Trustee and Commissioner.
Lebanon, Nor. 12, 1865 novl7 lawlt