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NASHXE UNION AND AMERICAN, TUESDAY, KOYEMBEE, 24,1868.
UKIOK AATD AMERICA.
"3IAIUlIi;i AT ,AST."
BTCLAU6E TINCK.ST COCBTKNET.
" Married at list I" thfy say.
And they laugh at the oldish bride,
And Pity the handsome, stately man.
In his life's midsummer rrile ;
There are grey threads in ber hair,
A nd n Trrtnlrln nn tier tirfitr.
But the happy smile that her childhood wore
is as bright anu joyous no.
"Married at last I" Ah. yosl
Kiln has vnitMl n. lane, lone time.
For this same dark man. with bis winning
Wooed her in her girlhood n prune;
But a gray haired mother and sire
F., J...nJ..inn ho,. Intra-
So ho turned from him and bis costly home.
With bcrfaiih in llcaven above.
Ami the years ped orio by one
Till they counted up tourtefn;
And then h came for his promised bride.
For i o life was now between ;
The gray-haired parents deep
In the churchyard near tho shore
And their latest words were a blcssins
On their sweet child Lconoro.
"That is ono old maid tho less."
You 6ay as you tow your curls;
Twere well indeed if that old maid s heart
Could bo imaged by all young girls ;
lie does not think her old.
Nor mourns for ine past young life.
For the same sweet soul looks out at him
Through tho eyes of bis new-made wife.
I have told you of her life
Can you laugh at her wrinkles now 7
Or pity the handsome man who pressed
That kifS on her pure, sweet brow?
All the earth looks glad to day.
And the sun's best beams are cast
As abenediction o'er the pair.
Who are man and wife at last.
THE TEXAS FRONTIER.
Tlio Iiiillnus oa tho YTnr Pnth Dca
prrnte ricUllns-Itcanltn of Gen.
Reynolds' Arbitrary Coarse.
From tho Galveston Civilian.
Not a mail reaches us from the northern
frontier of Texas which does not contain
accounts of the presence and depredations
of Indians- , .
The Sherman Courier, of the 7th wst.,
brings us accounts of more robberie, mur
ders and devastation by the unchecked
navaResin the northern counties of Texas.
On the previous Saturday night a party of
twenty-five Indiana stole a lot of horses
in SiTillia' Bend, about forty miles north
w8t of Sherman. Six young men, viz :
two Hobbs, two Pace?, Pruelt and Kosco,
followed them down the river, and on
Sunday overtook them, about ten miles
below. When they came up with the In
dianc, they immediately charged. Dis
charging their rifles and throwing them
away, they drew their ii shooters,
and a terrible fight eneued, lasting about
one and a half hour?. The Indians bravely
stood their ground, whilst the gallant boys
charged again and again through them.
The fight was frequently almost hand to
hand. Finally both parties drew off and re
tired in sullen silence. One of the Paces was
killed, and one or two more of the boys
woundtd. Some of their horses killed or
wounded. Ten Indians were killed in the
fight. A letter from Montague gives an ac
count of a fiiht between one hundred In
dians and forty white men, on Clear Creek,
which resulted in" the killing of one In
dian and one white man, Mr. Fontenberry,
who wa horribly margled, and the prairie
fired around him. The people were leav
ing their homes. A later account says two
hundred and twenty passed on to Dentor,
killing John liaily and all kinds of stock.
They came up blowing their bugle and
carrying a flig. The Cuurier siyslhit the
Indians took 430 head of (dock in Denton
county, completely "Weaning up"' whole
Hctlleiuents ; about fony citizens followed
and attempted to recover some of the stork.
The Indian?, however, marched leisurely
alort" in regular military order, making
their tump t Dish' wi:n as much non
chalance as though no foes existed. On
the approach of tho whites they would
form a lice and with bugles Founding the
charge at each wir g, would drive the whites
bark. (Vie old Ttxan stood his crouud a
little too long at one time, in order to get
his Indian. As tho line advanted he drew
his ttnening aim aud got hia man, but the
line closing in on him he had a run on his
horse f-r more limn a mile, whilst the
bullets and arrow- flew f.ist in dis;greesblo
oroximitv. S-range to ear he escaped un
fa iri. AM this occurred halo the line of
military pols. The Indians are thick
evf rvwhtr.- in that country, and are steal
ing and murdering almost daily.
Such are the desperate eccounteis to
which our citizens are driven iu defense of
their home, families and property. In
credible a- it may seem, there appears to
be no doubt that" Judge Weaver was ar
rested, by the military and sent under
guard to Austin for no other reason than
advising the people and aiding them to
defend themselves against these barbarians.
The Courier gays:
"The arbitrary rule of Gen. LeynoltU
has culminated in his prohibition of our
frontier Rettlcrs to organize for Felf-prptec-itnn
vicinal the raids of hostile Indians,
and his arret ol Judge Weaver, for no
other known offence than that of having
given aid and countenance to put a move
ment on foot to render that protection to
our suflering frontier which was the itn
..urative dntv of the General himself, and
vhich was demanded of him by every con
federation known to Fullering numantiy.
' If Kf should nubli-h what we actually
.ihink in recatd to these Indian troubles,
we would lay ourselves liable to arrest, as
.Tn.lcR Weaver. The power that pro
hibits our citizens from exercising the right
ol self-defence, would not hesitate to
abridge the freedom of speech and of the
press. We must, therefore, content our
flvis with savinc that the conduct of the
..ffipprH charted with frontier defence is
clipiraceful to the whole American people."
The San Antonia lltrald furnishes the
following items, in addition to those re
ported by u yes'.eruay :
On the Cth int . in Mason county, Mr.
f Jibson. when rrossini: a branch of Hickory
('reek, and about a mile .only from his
houe, was attacked by four mounted Indi
nnaaml shot at. His horse falling, hi
jumped off, aiming cooly at the Indians
u-itli his rifle, and swore that he wonld kill
oneofthem. They left him, in order to
follow the horse, which had recovered from
iI.p hot and ran off. It appears that the
Indians made for Leano, in the direction of
Hav Camit. about two miles from .Mr,
Moufoid'u house. '
At sundown, a Mr. Moseley met nine
ludiat.B mounted and driving horses, near
the Hay Camp. Three chased hini, wlul
tin oilier drove the honcs ahead. .Mr.
Moseley ran to a bunch of trees, dismounted
and ehowed a disposition to fight ; where
upon the pursuing Indians turned round
and lift him ui.hurt. Mr. Germany, from
House Muuniain, brings the news that
forty Indians had attacked San Sibi town,
atid'stole all the hoie3 there. A party of
cow hunters wiw on Hock Creek, ab ve
I.lanc, a lot of Indians, some mounted and
fome on fro driving horses.
Mr. Mourt- overtook the Indians on Cow
Houecrek, in txiuiaucht: coumy, nine in
number, who had tome thirty odd linrsts
with them. He pitched into them nnhesi
fittingly, and recovered the animals, killing
oor lulian after a considerable fighU
1 his is the second time in the last three
utekstbat Moore has had a brush with
them. A party .f cow-boys attacked a
paity ot indiaii', eight in number, on
'tn ltavi u, mar the Colorado, and to k
all tl.eelt lt ii animals they had Kith them.
In this tkirmit-h Mr. liurlrson had his
horto shot under him. One of the trophies
of ill's twill was a highly ornamented
tliitlJ. deorattd with two female ecalp
locks, one apparently that of a white
woman, the other that of a squaw.
A bend f tbise ustno rascils stole ten of
the mail mules from Kickapoo Springs
last we L-, and three horses and ono mule
from the mail station at J.nysi n aney rest
tflicc, Mason county.
some low or wetter spot on the broad green
There were no herds of cattle near,
when suddenly p sprang from tha tall
grass", a few yards before me, a large brta
die bull. He began to paw the earth, and
exhibited unmietakable signs that some
thing had disturbed his equanimity, or
that some of his compeers bad insulted
him or outraged his sense of prop -tety.
Unfortunately, for me, and perhaps for
hiai, I appeared as the fittest object upon
which to wreak his malignant passion. He
had doubtlca "nursed hia wrath to keep it
warm," for his demonstrations hecamermore
furious as I picked up a chance stick that
lay in my way, to drive him of!7
I soon found, however, that his bullship
was "terribly in earnest." His attitude
became more menacing as I advanced, aud
"I was in a few feet of him when he lower
ed his head for the attack, and I attempted
to draw my revolver. It was too late. Be
fore I had time to use my weapon, he had
sprung upon me and borne me to the
earth. In the shock I had dropped my re
volver. Fortunately for mc, although his
horns were long and keen, they were wide
apart, and thus lie had pinned me down,
hiB sharp horns sticking into the earth on
either side. I seized his horns as the only
alternative, and attempted to hold him.
Now the struggle commenced in earnest.
His hot breath iu my lace almost suuoca
ted mi; still I held on to hia horns with
all my strength, hoping he would tire of
the contest aud leave me. He commenced
dragging me farther from my only weapen
of defense; be finally broke loose from mo
and retired a few steps. I was afraid to
move; there he ttaod, lashing his tail
against his sides, pawing the earth, his red
nostrials distended, his efes glaring like
balls of fire. He looked to me the im
personation of the fiend of darkness him
self. He again bowed his head; one deep,
thunder-like roar came from him, and
strain he wasnnon me. As before, his horns
(truck each side of me and pinned me to
the earth. Again I seized his horns, and
ha commenced draccine mo in the direc
tion where the contest first commenced. I
by this time was almost exhausted. The
bull, too, seemed somewhat fatigued. At
last he broke loo from my bold and
backed off a few yards to renew the com
bat. I felt that I should be unableto en
dure so unequal a fight much longer. I
looked around and found in the scuffle we
had got near the place where the fight first
begn. My Jiat,. which had been lost in
the first onset, Was lying near me and for
tunately but a few feet from it lay miy re
volver. It was my last hope for life.
With all my remaining" strength I sprang
fur ami prtaned inv tristol iust as the bull
had gathered himself for another attack.
On he came more enraged than ever. His
eyes seemed to emit sparks of fire as he
rushed toward me.
I had no time for reflection, hut preient-
ed my revolver, and when he was within
five feat of me I fired. Whether by acci
dent or good marksmanship, I can scarcely
now tell, I had struck him in the curl of
the forehead ; he fell forwarJ, a dead bull,
ml l.ia Iimvt carcass in its fall nearly
crushed my right leg and almost smothered
me. With some ciiuicuuy i exincaicu
mvself. but it was sometime before I was
able ! stand. When I had so far recov
ered as to crawl away, I saw a few hundred
rnnl frnm ma a lone tree, whose friendly
shelter I at once sought from the rays of
the now vertical sun. When 1 had reacueu
the tree there sat composedly among the
sheltering branches a negro herdsman with
a lasso in hand, who had been a disinter
ested spectator of the unequal contest. I
tell ton I felt mighty like shooting that
..iun-r Imt he b?i?ired nowclilllv. anu saiu
. . .! . J. in., '
powerlui, they havo their own war in
part, because it really does not seem
woith while to contest a point with such
littlo creature3. There is nothing that
wounds a man's self-respect in any victo
ry they may get or claim. "Where there
is absolutely inequality of strength, there
can be no humiliation in the seli-iimposed
defeat of the stronger; audit is always
more pleasant to have peace than war,
and as big men for the most part Tather
like than not to put their necks under tho
tread of tiny feet, the little woman goes
on her way triumphant to tho end,
breaking all the laws she doesvnot like,
and throwing down all the barriers that
impede her progress, perfectly irresista
blo and irrepressible in all circumstances
and under all conditions.
lie ''jest got up dar cise lie war Irani 01
dat tarnal old bull.
Fortunately the only serious nj i-y i ;
received was theloss of a new suit 01 mtn-
user clothe?, torn in shreds, and the break- j
ing of my watch. Houston Telegraph. ;
was a tall, uarK-
a pair ot urown
;Jit ultlin Witt! liitlt on i Texas
Ittill fighting is very popular perhs
a very ueiictiiul, it not intellectual amm
rnent in ilu- iiv f the Montezuma, a
well s in tin- dominions of Her Mo?t
Catholic Mfjc-iy. But when one of these
ejeitins contrfts takes tilaco in tha midst
cd" boundles prairie, without applaudicg
fpectatore, anu wnuout the usual attend
ance of feminine grace and loveliness and
psscuune ciuvatry, anil accompanvinc
display of glittering pomp ai.d popular
clamor, it loses much of its interest, except
to he actors immeuiateJy concerned.
An incident of this kind or I inichl
eay a thrilling adventure took place but
afhoit tirue since on one of the praiiiis
1 was nnctlay faunlering leisurely along
on foot in a prairie not far fiom the San
lietnaiu. JMv palli wound around nv a
sepeniine course, bordered on either side
,Lv the rank prairie grass, with here and
, there a clump of stunted trees, denoting
Tlio Superiority and " Pluck" of Little !
Women as Contrasted Willi mat 01 ;
Aarulo. the littlo woman is bravo.
"When the lymphatic gtantest talis into a i
faint or coos off into hysterics, sho storms
or bustles about, or holds on like a game (
terrier, according to the work on hand. ,
She will fly at any man who annoys her, j
and bears herself as equal to the biggest
and strongest fellow of her acquaintance, j
In general, she does it all by sheer pluck,
mil I-' lint notorious for subletv or craft. :
Had Delilah been a little woman, she
would never have taken the trouuie to
shear Sampson s locks, fchc won ia nave
defied him with all his strength un
touched on his head, and sue wouw nave
overcome him too. J udith and Jael wore
both probably large women, ine work
thev went aDout uemauueu
strength 01 muscio anu iuusuuks
sinew; out wno can sayiuut jckuh
not a small, freckled, auburn-hairea L.aay
Audley of her time, full of concentrated
fire, the electric lorce, iuu pmbiuuuh.
ro.tliasness of her tvDe? Kegan and
Goneril might havo been beautiful demons
r.r tiin same natern : we havo the ex
amnio of the Marchione3sdo Brinvilliers j
1 , . . r :. l ,inP:n. i
as to what amount 01 spiritual miuuj
can exist with the face and manner of au
ni direct from heaven; ana
hQirnil frirl- Willi
nvAfl find fv lone nose sloping downwards.
rj , " t :..r i.:-
liOOK at mOUCrn ouweaeta, mm iui
flashing Oriental orbs, their night-black
tresses, and tho dueky shadows of their
olive-colored complexions; as catalogued
properties according to the ideal, thoy
would be placed in tho list of the natural
criminals and lawabreakers, whilo in
reality they are about as meek and
docile a set 01 women us uru iu ug .uu.i
within the four seas. Pit a fiery littlo
"Welch woman or a petulant 1 ansienuo
aainstthe moBt regal and Junoic amongst
them, and let them try conclusions in
courage, m energy, or in auuacuj. , tuu
leralitish Juno will go down before either
of the small Philistines, and tho faculty
of weight and color in the generation of
power will bo shown without the possi
bility of denial. Even in those old days
of long ago, wncn human characteristics
were embodied and defied, we do not find
that tho white-armed. largo-limbed Hebo,
though queen by right of marriage,
lorded it over her sister goddesses by any
cnncrinr enemy or force of nature. On
tho contrarv. she was rather a heavy-
going person, and, unless moved to anger i
in? hop niisiiiinu a numerous iuuuuhhco, i
J . . . , r i:.n i.
took her uiytnpian mo piaumiy uuuugo,
and onee or twico got cheated in a way
that did no grat credit to her sagacity.
A littlo French woman wouiu navo
sailed around her easily ; and, as it was,
shrewish though sho was in Her speecti
when provokcu, her husband not only
deceived but chastised her, and reduced
her to penitence and obedience, as no
little woman would h:to buffered herscMI
to be reduced.
There is one celebrated race ot women
who were probably the powerfully built,
Jarge-limbed creatures tney aro assumed
to havo been, and as bra. o and energetic
.i thev were stron" and big tho .orse
women of the S.n as, who, for good or evil,
seem to havo been a very inUuential ele
ment iu the oid orthern lite. 1 roplict-
eeses, physician, dreamers ol dreams,
and tho accredited interpreters us well,
endowed with magic powers, admitted to
a share in the councils ot men, urave m
war, active in peace, theso fair-lmircd
Hcanditiuuan women were tlio lit com
rades id' their men, the lit wives and
mothers of the Uerserkersand the Vikincs.
Thev had no time for easy lire of it, if till
? .i . n j . i
we near oi mem is true. 10 ueicnu the
farm and the homestead during tho bus
band e absence, and to keep themselvos
intact against all bold rovers to whom tho
Tenth Commandment was an unknown
law , to dazzle and bewilder by magic
nrts when they cannot conquer by open
strength ; to unite cratt and courase. de
cerdionana uaring, loyalty and indepen
dence, demanded no small amount of op-
pcsing qualities, uut the eingcrdas
and Gudrunas were generally equal
to nny emergency of f:tte or fortune.
and slashed tneir way tnroueh the histo
rv of their time, more after the manner of
men than of women; supplcmentingtheir
downright blows hy side thrusts of craft
ier cleverness when they had to meet
power with skill, and were fain to over
throw brutality uy lraud 1 lie Aorso
women were certainly us largo framed
as they were mentally energetic, and as
crafty as either; but weknowof no other
women who unite the same characteris
tics, and are nt once cunning, strong,
brave and true.
On the whole, then, tho littlo women
havo the best of it More petted than
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cohol and Domestie Liquors. Dealers in
Bourbon and Rye Whiskies. Proprietors of the
ceieoratea crana oturange V alloy ynisney.
IP O JK, THE HAIR
It is an elsgant Dressing for the II air.
It causes tho Ilair to Curl beautifully.
It keeps the Scalp Clean and Healthy,
It invigorates the Roots of the Hair.
It forces the Hair and Beard to grow luxuriantly.
.It Immediately stops Hair Falling Out.
It keeps the Ua'u-from Changing Cojor from Age
It restores Grey Ilair to its Original Color
It bring oat Hair on heads that have been
It is composed entirely of simple and purely
It has received over six thousand voluntary
testimonials of its excellence, many of whicb
are from physicians in high standing.
It is sold in half pound bottles (the name bloni
in the glass,) by Druggists and Dealers in Fane
Qcsda everywhere, at One Dollar per Bottle;
sale by Dcmas Barnes & Co., F. C. Wells
& Co., Schlefielin & Co., New York.
ax 15 ly
H0. 6 WEST FEONT STREET
MT. OLIVET CEMETERY
A. NELSOSf & CO.,
Foreign Wines and Liquors,
AV. C. COLLIER'S,
C. W. SMITH'S.
Mc CLEAN & CO.'S.
and it is sold to the Trade by Wholesale Houses
CRAIGHEAD, BREAST & GIBSON,
novl9 2m TB 45 Public Square.
AND HAVANA CIOAKS,
PIPER IIEIDS'.CK CHAMPAGNE,
W m. Yoaucer & Co.'s Edlubartf Ale,
Keeps constantly on hand a large stock ot Puro
Copper Distilled Whisky, of various ages, from
the most celebrated makes in Kentucky, which
he offers for sale in bond or tax paid, in lots to
finlt thn IrnHn.
All goods from this house warranted to be
genuine.'- sepo "
EAGLE STOVE WORKS.
ESTABLISHED IN 18IJ.
J. O H L Y,
No. 15 North Cherry St.,
HAS JUST RECEIVED AN ELEGANT
lino of GENTLEMEN'S DRESS G80DS.
which he will make up to order, in the latest
and most naiihcd style, at the lowest possible
He is also in receintof a variety of Fresh
Goods for ordinary wear, and offers to gentle
men in business suits of the latest patterns and
most durable material. Call an 4 inspect his
goods at No. 15 North Cherry street.
E. if. BISHOP.
W, T. BISHOP.
s. n. msnop.
Schools and Education,
Vi'e will take especial pains to ascertain the
true situation of all '.out school and ednca-
WAST K J .
T WANT A MAN TO TAKE ME AGENCY
JL for Lloyd's Great Double Revolving Maps of
Europe and America, with ihe 4.000 county col
ored Man of tbe United States on the back, is
sued to-day. and needed by every family, school
and library in the land, with patent reverscrs.
by which either may can be thrown front Each
map is 62I&1 inches large, with ribbon binding
and doublcd-facod rollers; cost SlOO.fOO and
three years' labor. Price $5. worth 50. A
small capital will do to start with. 510 a copy
can be got forthoso mars. Send for circular,
terms, etc. Twenty new maps under way.
J. T LLOYD,
nuvCOdiwlm P.O. Boxl22. Atlanta. Ga.
tional interests, so as to keep our ( readers fully fupflisljefj HOUSC for Reilt.
posted in regad to those important matters, j- uiuiijuu.
Too much consideration cannot be given to tho t VISII TO RENT FOR THE YEAR 1S69,
educational interests of our State. X my residence. No. 41 Vino street, furnished
or not, as may bo desired.
For information apply ti me at the Drug
Store of Ewiu, Pendleton & Co.
novistt jju. a. ruflm-aiva.
Our Manufacturing and Do
We (hall constantly admonish the Sou ther
people to be self-reliant, and shall do what we
may be able to induce the establishment o
manufactories in our midst for our home pro-
djcts. To this end we will pay special attention
to tho coax and btatibtics of manufacturing.
and oxert ourselves to encourage the diversifi
cation of Southern industries and the develop
ment of Southern resources.
U. T. KIRJlPATIUCK'S,
NO. GH COI.l.Etii;
T ADIES' CLOTH CLOAKS. IN
JJ variety, handsome and cheap.
!l Blankets, all sizes and qualities
White and colrred Flannel?, splendid assort
ment. Our stock of Silks. Irish ronlin". Empreis
Cloths and Dress Goods generally, is complete,
and will be sold at low Genres
Also, fine line of Ladies' FURS.
S. H. BURTON & CO.,
Pi Ull.., Mnn
oiuvtsb, nunuw vaio, otoi.
S03. 11, 13 and 15 West Secoud St.,
TWVTTE ATTENTION OF DEALERS IN
I stnvp. n their larn .Moortmpnt of Patterns
suitable for the Southern and Southwestern
markets. ansa) tt
BROWN & JELKE,
BUT AND SELL
and all kinds of
Broom Materials, Machines and Tools.
SO. 3 WAIiSOr STUEET,
Cincinnati. - - Oliio.
Bobt. Moore &o
R. M. BISHOP &C.,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS
CAXXED GOODS, PICKLES,
Sauce?, Flsb, German Traduce, etc..
NO. 53 MAIN STREET,
DR. JOHN BOLL'S
Bull's CeJrm Bitters.
Eeis Brothers & Co.,
35 WAMiUT STREET
Between Fourth and Columbia,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Limbnrg and Swiss Cheese.
HOUASD HE It KINO, SARIX8,
AucIiotIs, etc., etc.
Fish and Canned Goods of eTery deecription
Arkansas Hoard From
TESTIMONY OF MEDICAL MEN.
Stoner Point. Wnlto Co Art., Maya. 6C
DR. JomcBrLL. D arSIr. T. r.hn.rtr
I was in JLouisrille purchasing drugs, and 1
got somo of jour tiarsapaxiDa and Cedros
41 y. son-in-law. who was with ran in lint
store, had been down with the Thenmatlsm
for sot le time, commenced on tho bitten, uil
soon ft. und his general health improved.
Ar. uisi, wno nas Mcnin Dau ncaitn, tried
them, uid he also imnrOTed.
Dr.Offce.whohas been in bad health lor
sateral years aTOiiACii and litxb effectod
he Impi jved rcry much by the use of your bit
ters, u deed the C'edron Bitters has giyen
you grei t popularity in this settlement. 1
think j u could sell a groat quantltTof you:
media ni this lall especially of your Cc
dronltit trsand Sarsaparilla. Ship me rla
Memphis care of Kiclcett & Necly,
J. U BOTSrORD.
T. O- SOT3701D.
J. L.B0TTSE0BD & C0i,:
(Sascesson to Tsit, Son & CoO
-. n r f r "f..Jn
jrroauce jommsawm jutoiw(
Butter and Clieese,
Fkh. Seeds, Fruit and Produce cenerally.
Xo. 117 Main Street, North Side
Bull's Worm Destroyer.
a. o. k'mai, u. n. wbiqht, b.t.basdies
Huntinzdon. Tenn. LateofTenn. LonisTille
McNeill, Wright & Sanders,
No. 115 Main st.. between Third and Fourth.
Liberal Advances Hade on Consignment.
Rfrr to Jn. W. Allen. Esu MeAlister Jt
Wbeeless. iluirh McCrea X Vo.
X have received m&nr testimonials from pro
fessional ami medical men, as my almanacs
and various publications have shown all ot
whieh are genuine. The following letter
from a highly edueited and popular physician
in ueorsia, is certainly one ot ine most sensi
ble communications 1 haTO ever received. Dr.
Clement knows exactly what he speaks of and
his testimony descries to be written in words
of gold. Hear what tho Doctor says ot Bull's
Vallasow, TValxhb Coottt. Oai
June 21. 1806 j
DB.JorrKBtrLir-DcarSir: I have rocentl;
given your "Worm Destroyer" several trials,
and" find it wonderfully cfflcaciocs. It has net
failed In a single instance to have the wished
for effect. I am doing a pretty large conn
try practice, and have dally use for soma ar
tide of the kind. I am free to confess that t
know of no remedy recommended by tho
ablest authors that is so certain and speedy
in its effects. On the contrary the are un
certain in tha extreme. My object in writing
you is to find out upon what terms I can get
the medicine directly from you. It I can get
it upon easy terms, I shall uso a great deal ot
It I am aware that the use of such articles
is contrary to the teachings and practice of
a great majority of the kioclab Una of
M. D.'s, hut I see no Just cartfe or good sense
I . . I in discarging a remedy which we know to be
FALL AND WINTER TRADi. efficient, simply because we may be ignorant
I of Ucombination. .For my part, I shall make
Cine iii nati,
Oar Financial and Commer
f. n. FRKSCtl. E. b. EtCnARDSOS,
FRENCH, ANDERSON & CO.,
N'O. 26 SOUTH MARKET ST.,
Every department of business has an imme
diate interest in the markets of the coantry, and
in its financial fluctuations and condition. Tho
man who falls to keep himself properly ad
vised as to the riso and fall of tho markets, as
controlled by tho laws of demand and supply I -Kj--rn
.1 I..: . .Hi;,., tt,. .nrroncT. in I iNdOll VUlUl
exposed to constant loss, and must necessarily
fall behind his more inUlligent and enterprises
neighbors. In order to make our paper valuable
as well as interesting, wa shall make this a
ircctAL feature. Our Daily Market Reports.
i domestic and foreign, by telegraph, and our
City Reports, gotten up at heavy expense, shall
challenge tho commendation of our bost busi
nessmen; whilo ourcurrcnt Financial Reports
from all the loading money centors of the coun
try shall be fuller than havo ever been pub
lished by any other journal in Tennessee
71 South Market Street,
Wmn .t BeiqqS.
Lessees of the Tennessee Penitentiary, for .the
sale or their Agricultural implements, uasunss
and Cedar Ware. seplO 3m.
BAGGING AND ROPE.
131 Pearl Street,
Corner Race anil Second Streets,
oiisroiisr isr ati
Iloht. Moore. T. L- Macdonahl. Wm. Moffat.
New York. Cincinnati. Cincinnati.
mm, ordw&y i co.
COTTOff & TOBACCO FACTORS,
NCS. , 8. 12, 1 1, lfi, BROAD ST..
NASUVIM.K, TF.ENESS EE,
IS TRTIin"JTVfl THANKS TO OUIl FA-
I trnn. fnr thnvprlihftral Datronaee bestowed
upon us during the paf t, we respectfully solicit
a continuance of tho same for tha present sea
son, llaving secured, in addition to tho oxten
sivo houses in which our business has heretofore
Wn rnniliinteii- tho cnmmodions wareaouses
arfinininn. anil fiirmerlv occupied bv HlrBtton,
ciiciiry k ftoy, wo natter ouisetrei mat our
Storing, Handling and Selling; Cotton,
are equal to any establishment in the city. The
depart will bo under the immediate control
and supervision of C. DKDWAY, J.
. 4J a Its K Y and OA I r. II. J. CU EN1TJ .
(the latter formerly of the firm of Stratton.
Cheney Alloy.) who will see to the faithful and
prompt execution oi an oruers reiauvo ui mo
ealo of cotton.
We will keep constantly on hand a large and
complete stocK ot
BAGG1KC. HOPE AND IHON-TIES,
of every description, which wS will sell at the
vorv Inn.tt Tnftrlfpf nrirA.
Our ti ropery Uepnrtmcnt is in the hands
of D. II. BAILKY and JOHN WILLIAMS- We
havo a very large and well selected
H to elc of Groceries,
and in constant receipt of additions, which we
are offering to our friends and the general trade
at terms as low and reasonable as any bouse ia
the city. .
'il. MndlNon Mratton will retain his of
fice in our counting-room, and will bo pleased to
meet and deal with his numerous old friends.
sep2clf ItII.KT, onilffAT & O.
UNION BANK NOTES.
CONSISTING OF TRIMMKU aau u.i
trimmed HaU and Bonneti, Plumes. Flow
ers. Feathers and urnamenur. oiik. "..'i"V
Ribbons. Velvets. Crapes. Malines. Veil Nets.
c:il. Ti..n. Vrn.iit Illnstons. Bonnet it lie.
?ped bTe3' lm ERP.Y AON. '
sepio m nu..
Merchants, Take Notice I
it ltltto nse all and any means to aneriata
eufie n humanity which I may bo able to
command not hesitating because soma one
more Ingenious than myself may havo learn
ed Its ccects first, and secured the sole right
to secure that knowledge. However, 1 am by
no means an advocate or supporter of the
thousands worthless nostrums that floodthe
country, that purport to cure all manucrol
disease to which human flesh U heir I'lease
our best terms
reply soon, and inform me oryour 1
I am, sir. most respectfully,
JULIUS I. P. CI.EUEI
.EUENT. M l
CLAPP & CO.,
DUASE STItEET, SEW YORK,
53C Hirtle kmtt. Irookl, Sen YorV,
t t. i t t rvn t"
w-v vopprrrFiii.i.Y ueu uaa
I r .u .k.nii .if Winchester. Tenn.
,tat the, are now prepared "to. fill orders to
! J mrAinnki with ft not MnL OT1 L.
"r'"l w" " T fSItlir: Editor
ilonVeJouau"Thcy'wU. U ible to" furnish
you eoods cheaper than they can be pnrchaaod
by any other parties, as they aro continually in
the auction rooms. t .,
nr narn.finDunr. v a. v. .,
TXTE ARE SOLE
well-known Z- Wara brand of
J. E. it FEBBAN. TN ACCORDANCE WITH AN ALT Of Tills
K. a. baqbt. I J. Loeislature of Tenncisee. passed Ueeember
I . . .".i.i ... ifr. ...iu.tl. Ji.
MnCn.i-nn ft pm cf rn n rr rti I .n. I tribntionof the effects of Banks, which have or
lYIbrCliailt ni 111011UI15 maymak8 assisnments among their creditors.'
WE HAVE IN STORE A LARGE LOT OF
Bajtcing and Ropeat low prices-
ilaitgins, - 10s. to yara
Robertson County, Bourbon
CONSTANTLY ON HAND A LARGE STOCK
J of tho above
In Ron il nud Free.
I Invite the Attention of the
TRADE. Samples fnmished 011 Ap-
TJpon the Subject of Agri
And kindred topics, wo shall also eive au ex
tancive variety of valuable and interesting mat-tcr-the
best adapted to the farming classes of
our State, which will, in a great measure, sup
ply tho place of a family agricultural paper.
In Every Thing.
News. Commerce. Finance. Manufactures. Ag-
risulturo and miscellaneous topics, together with
j political matters, shall bo the special object of
attention in tho columns of tho Union anp
Aukbican. so as to mako it ahead of all others
t'r Tv Happinf. 2 lhs. to v.ird
Mn Mill. Umrrinir. 1?? lh to vrd.-.. 2l)0
Rope, best machine, in coil and half coils 9)c
MILTON COCKKILL & CO..
novl" tf 43 and 50 Scuth Market stroot.
All Kinds or stnllrontl
Circulars, Posters of
TOBWORK OF ALL KINDS DONE NEAT
J ly and as cheap at the Union iuiU Ameri
can Job . nice as anywhere, (live usyour
Xutlco to WioxvCoiie In Banlcriiiitcy
rplIIS Id TO GIVE NOTICE THAT A. II.
J- llisdon, and W. II. Robinson, individually
and ai partners trading as lUgdon & Robinson.
i n. .,..tri.r. fr'nlmiTA MrClura alker.
I). I. Kimbrough. J. W. Brown. I). O. Ussery.
James II. Conner. Granville loung and J.
m w.cratnH n i ni lines couniv. J.eniie9SCtt.
havo filed in tho office of tho Clerk of this Court
their petitions for discharge, and it was there
upon ordered bv tlio Court that ;i heating ho
had upon tho same.
on Hie Slli.Duy of lociiiber,IS08,
at tho hours ot'Jii. 1 11. 11. a. m. Ui. S.
iSi and a r. v., respectively, at tho office ot V.
N. Doughty. Esq.. Register, -n the town ol
I'ulaskl, Giles county, Tennessee, and .that all
creditors who have provon their debts, anil
other persons interested mayi'i!t
a .ml .KnwrautD. if anTtnevnave.
why tho prayers of the petitions, may not be
granted, and that the second and third meet-
r ,- i i : . .. : ! 1 .B u, ..,(1 hmn
ings 01 said creauuia niu ww
and plsce. ,,.. T ..
(4. 1V UAiU I iinuis, Vltl r,
V-S. Dist. Courl Mid. Dist. of Tenn
uovll Wednesdays 3t
ThiUxios asd Aiiib:caS as an advertising
medinm fhall not bo surpassed by any paper in
the State. In cnterpriso and energy it shall bo
second to none.
BEST FAMILY. FAPFR IX TENNESSEE
Lake Kiujxs&m Coal Co.
HAVE ON HAND AND TO ARRIVE AN
abundant supply of
Families and tho trado generally supplied at
the lowest market rates.
ICkjitbal Ofhci: No. 31 South College
rcet, next door to Kngine House,
sep 3 3m ,
HORNER & GAFF,
Produce Commission MercJiants,
AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
CIIKENE. mTTTF.lt, DllIED FKUIT,
Seeds, Split l'eas. Beans. Hominy, Pearl Barley
Grits. Oat Meal. etc.. etc.
3ft Slain Street. Clnclmintl.
3r Particular attention given to the purchase
and sale of Grain, Flour, Provisions, etc.
W. II. Morgan, M.D. D.D.S.
iSiUAS RETURNED TO THE CITY.
Office: No. 117 Church street. Nashville, Tenn
ang30 3m ' ,
An nnn one and two year old
JU,UUv vines of tho moat popular varie
ty in the country, among tho
Concord and Ives' Seedlings,
being now moro generally planted than any
Those wishing to plant out VINSARDSthis
fill nml mintnr. had better send in their orders
soon if they want to be supplied with tuperior
incs, not grown unaer giaaa. pAyNE.
Postofflco. Nashville, enn.
CIIRERS OF THE CELEBRATED
No. 21 Main and 19 and 21 "Washington
- - - i i : n .. . 1.1 l.m nrl.n.ntu
of Tbb Union Bake of Trsscssm to Cle them
nrtth iha ndfninftl. at tho Bank in Nashville.
between now and the 1st day of January, igh-
on hnmirfd anil siitv-nine. iisoh.j ana receive
certificates therefor, or they will be forever
barred from any participation in the assets of
th Tt.nV. Thn rprtifiMtM will be received at
far in payment for debts du tha Bask, wheth
er tendcrcu Deiore or auer mo si u oiuiu-
ary. 1869. JUS. v. Ai4ii&n, Arusteo.
Dee, a). 1W. ai-om
RockliriflEe Alum Springs Water,
which we will sell in quantities to suit.
AT tOCISVIM.K riilCES.
This Bagging weighs two poaud to the yard,
uniform throughout, and is acknowledged to bo
tuperior to any manufactured m Kentucky.
ItF.Il, CSIAUIIODUN t CO.,
Corner of Clark and Front Streets.
115 nOUSES AND LOTS IN NASHVILLE.
40 HOUSES AND LOTS in Edgefield.
200 VACANT LOTS in r.flgeuem.
lnVlltlKin llnviilnn rnuntT.
100 FARMS in Sumner, Wilson, Maury,
Williamson, Giles and other counties of ien
nessee and other States.
Tennessee, Alabama and Texas at from fifty
cents to nve dollars per .aero.
Lall ana gel Duiieiin, xitiuk iuji uwv.,
tin'. te?I,RrMSlZ T, T, 4 T, V VCV 1 1TTUV
Real Estate Brokers, No. 7S Church st.
A G00L REASON FOB THE CAP
BEAD THE CAPTAIN'S LETTER AND
THE LETTFIi FltOU HIS JIOTTfER
Benton Barracks. Mo., April 30, 'wJ.
n . T. Tt QL. l.nniln. t U
1rt.. UUU.l 1ILUT kJVat I . . JHWHlUi
elKcienev of your Sarsaparilla, aud tho heal
ing and beneficial qualities it possesses. I send
yon the followiug statement ol my case:
taken prisoner and conllned for sixteen
months. Being; moved so often, my wounds
have not healed yet I have not sat ur a mo
ment since I was wounded. I am shot through
tbe hips. My general health is impaired, and
I need something to assist nature. 1 have
more faith in your Sarsaparilla than anything
else. I wish that that was genuine. I'leaw
express me half a dozen bottles, and obligo
P.3. Tho following- was written April J.
litis, by Mrs.fohusea,motber of Capt-John,
R. H. G-ROOMES & CO.,
AND DCALIBa IX
METALLIC BURIAL CASES,
OFFICE No. 42 NOliTIT CHERRY ST.
TrrrtT. 1 TTOMn Trt A I,T. PITMERAIS IN
W thacitvand surrounding country, with
first-class Hoarses, including x baautiful
HEARSE FOK CHILDREN.
Carriages furnished. Orders left at the office
will be promptly attended to.
Undertakers in the country cm be furnished
withBurial Cases at thelowest wholesalepnces.
p.rti'Kiiiiir nttnntion naid to Disinterments,
Removing and Shipping of Bodies.
IAILT.BKW.WEEHTASl.TEeKW J JjXJMSDEN & CO.,
UANDrAOTCSZEa AltO DEUCES It
Chanc.ry Sale of Valuable Farm.
George H. Warfield. Trustee, and others, vs.
TV PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER MADE JN
L this cause at the October term, 1SC3, of tho
Chancery Court at Clarksville. I will ofitr for
sale, to tho highest bidder, on the premises.
On Saturday, December 19, 18CS,
the tract of Land mentioned in the pleadings,
and known ns the Warfield Farm, boing tho
same farm formerly occupied by Y. W. Warfield.
Ihe l.irm contains about bOU acres, and is situ
ated on the Kcrsbur: rond. about thirteen
miles of Clarksville. It adjoins the land be
longing to tho estate of C. A. Sung, deceased.
There is a lino unci: dwelling, good stables,
out-houses and bams. This is one of the best
farms in .Montgomery county.
TERMS One and two years' credit. Notes
uith cood security reauired.and a lien retained.
Notes to uear interest ironi uate. tola witnout
the ngnt ol redemption.
W. T. SHACKELFORD. 0. A M
November 18, UG3-nov2z tf
Tri-Weekly and other subscribers, having I
prepaid for the Unios ano Distatch will bo
supplied with cither of tho other editions of tho
Union asd Aucbicas at the reduced rates, if
hey will notify us of their choice
To tbe Friends of tbe Old Union and
American, and otbers,
Wo ask tho friends ot the Old Union- and
American, and all supporters of Constitutional
liberty without regard to past party affiliation?,
to aid us in extending our circulation and tusi
nejs, in the warfaro we are waging against Radi
calism, its corruptions and usurpations. Speak
to your neighbor and get him to tako the paper,
at least for tho canvass. Address
J. O. OltlFFITII & CO.,
Old Union and American Block, corner
Cherry and Church streets, aug7
& MARKKT fiTREKT. No. 34
LARGEST STUCK UK
CIGARS, TOBACCOS, PIPES, etc.
EVER OFFERED IN THIS MARKET.
J. Sc Xi. WHORLEY,
-rn -oriTTTTT MARKKT STREET WOULD
JN call the attention of the Trado to thcirlargo
and varied assortment oi
Tipes, etc., including in part tho following:
500,000, Imported and Domestic, from $10 to
50 Butts Virginia Chewing Tobacco, the best
branos. . , ,
500 Caddies Bright Tens
500 " Bright H lb.
100 " Dark Tens
Ml " " KIb.
50 " Navy 4 lb.
50 l'ocket Piece
50 Drums Fig ,
100 butts Kentucky .....
25 tlross Bunnysiao una cui caewmg louactu
2000 lbs. best brand Maeaboy Snuff.
100 boxes 1'acK ocotcn
25 " Bottle "
25 " 2oz.Can
1000 lbs. B. F. Gravely's Best.
5000 " in Baits.
2000 " in Bbls.
100 Gross in boxes.
Large lot of Meerchaums.
inn Hm. imitation "
00 dot. Woden Pipes.
200 boxes Virginia Clay Pipes.
100 " Glared
All of which are offered at thelowest market
market price, and cheaper than the same goods
can be purchased in this city.
aug27 3m 47 South Market Btreets.
mirr TWVAT.TTATtT.K MINERAL WATER.
J recently bottled, can now be had at the
well-known houso of
DldltlOVILI-K & CO.,
rhi.roh anil fhorrr slrpe t.. Nashville.
T.tinn... who nas been aDnoinieu akcui. iur
tho citv of Nashville, and will keep a constant
supply on hand, fresh from the Springs, to meet
all demands. ,
i. . ,imMli!il jt-fnt. in mjinv ilenravcd con
ditions of the system, and in somo of the worst
ebronia ailments, it stands unrivaled, and this
after at least ioktt TEAKS experience of its
vrtucs. In all
ScrofalonTlnt oftltoIJlood.In Skin
DUcnses.In Hronchltlii.cn route
WTRpcnslti, Kidney DIseaMe nml 1'llen,
its cures have been many and very marked. The
same is true of FEMALE COMPLAINTS, as ij
Vnnnrn.A m a n v hnnilrwl . vho bave flXDerienCCtl
its healing qualities. See pamphlets on the
counter of the above houso for certincates, an-
alvsis and letters of many eminent physicians.
Nashville Reference. Dr. .'Ahomas Jj.
Maddin, llngh Douglas, Esq.. Jaaj. uampoeu
Brown. D. C. Love Esq..
Mcmnlils Itcfercnces. Col. D. h. Me-
V.rn. Edmonds & Pettigrew. Sam'l Mosby. Mer
cer Otey. CaDt. J.M. Pettigrow, P. Consms.
St. I mils Rrfcrcuces. Dr. J.J. Clarice.
Judge Wm. F. Ferguson. John Blood. V. b.
p.-t.,- Tir M 1). Pnilrn. J. T. Swarcngcn.
Daniel Glasgow. Dr. Barrett. Gtn. T. L. Price,
JAMES A. VKAZIKK, Vrop'r.
AYM. II. SALE, Traveling Agent
T-R- DIXON HAS RETURNED TU Air.
I I : .ranaroH trt Wfllt linlTl All WI3D- I
ins his gcrvictfl.at prices to auittno times. Ail
; Dental operations warranted.
House. nov l-3mll j
McCREA & CO.,
HUGH McCBEA fc CO.,
Cotton and Tobacco Eaciors,
Produce & Oommissioa Merchants,
39 ITJTII JIAKKEfJ
36 SOUTH CUttEOE: STUEETS.
Ma. IScli. Dear Sir: Jlr hashaDd. Br. C. H.
Johnson, was a skillful surgeon and pbysicina
In central .ew lort, wneru nc uiuu.iuarm
tbe above U r. Jonnson to my caro. Aimir
teen years of age he had a chronic diartnes
and scrofula, for which I cavo him yonrSarsa
rar.lla. It ccbid lis, I have for ten years
racommenileu It to many ln;ew xorc. unio
and Iowa, for scrofula, fever sores, and gen .
eral debility. Perfect success has attended
It. The cures elected in some cases ot sere
fula ana lever sores were almost miraculous,
I am very anxious for my son to again have
recourse to your Sarsaparilla. lie is learf'il
of getting a spurious article, hence his wri
ting to yon for It. His wounds were terribls
but I believe he will recover.
W. Gr. Jte M. 3X. Brian, Jr
Atlorneya and Counsellors at Law,
NO. 70 NOKTII
TVTOT HAVING IN COURSE OF ERECTION
i a Tailoring E3tablishmcnt,(and no prospect
of anyj ana navmg no gooas to nuposo ui
small advance on cost) To gentlemen furnish
ing theso goods i wouia say, tnat i win m inum
up In the best stylo and at prices to suit these
MM harinir thfl means to nrocure foreign talsnt.
and being vain enough to believe that (having
cut most successfully lor Mr. Bam Pritchitt for
over ten years.) I have native talent of my own.
and will ucvoto my best energies to suit an who
may favor me with their patronage.
By-tho-by. I have secured tho services of a
protcssional Renovator of clothes, (the best in
the country.) and can guarantee satisfaction in
that line. DAN. J. SCANLAN,
51 College st. (Sam Pritchitt's old stand,)
ocU tf Up stairs.
Hooper Harris & Co.,
General Commission Merchants,
30J4 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
CASn ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGN
ments, by our Agent, Sir. It. F. NeiluM,
8i South Market street, Nashville. Tenn.
. Refer to J. C. Crory. Cashier First National
Bans, ana to juercnanu oi xxauTiiio generally,
WITHOUT A KIVAIiI
THE DIXIE FARMER.
An Illustrated TTeekly Taper.
Devoted to the Farm, the Garden, and tha
IS PUBLISHED XVIRT TEUBSDAT AT
Columbia and Nashville, Tenn.
TERMS-83 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE.
The Dixie Fabuxb is the only Weekly Agricul
tural paper in Tennessee, or in the entire South,
and is equal to the best. Address,
my9 tf Columbia. Tenn.
COOPER, HAILE k CO.,
TOR THE SALE Or
C0TT0.V, DRIED FKUITS, PEAJiUTS
AND PRODUCE GENERALLY,
NO. 4$ VINE STREET. CINCINNATI. 0UI0.
Liberal advances made upon consignments-
JAMES WHELESS & CO.,
Cotton and Tobbacco Factors
00 and 08 Sontli College Street,
WILL GIVE SPECIAL ATTENTION 0
all business entrusted to their care.
oct6 dtl. i.
DE. JOHN BULL,
UanufactoreradlYcder; of theCelebratoJ
SMITH'S MIC SYRUP I
FOR THE CURE Or-
AG-UE AND FEVER,
CHILLS VD ITiiVlIt
The proprietor of this celebrated mcdlcino
Justly claims for It a superiority orer all rem
edies ever offered to tbe puplic for tha safe.
rg,iiln needv and rjermanent cure ot Asus
and Fever, or Chills and Fever, -whether or
short or lone standing, lie refers to the en
tire Western and South-western country to
bear him testimony to tho truth of the a&cr
tlon, that in nocaic wunovcr win it mil to
cure. If the directions are strictly followed
and carried out. In a great many cases a sin
glcdoso has been suQicient-for a cure, and
whole families have been cured by single bot
tle, with perfect restoration ot general
health. It Is, however, prudent, and in every
case more certain to cure, if ita uso is confin
ed in smaller doses for a week or two alter
the disease has been checked, more especially
In dcnit ana long su-umg cases. u snaiiy,
this medicine will not require any aid to keep
tho bowels in good order; should tho patient
however, lequiro a cathartic medicine, after
having taken three or four doses of tho Tonic,
a tingle aose oi asclu-s vegetable Family
Pill will be mfflelent.
DU. JUi-H u-a it tacipal Office
No. 40 Filth, Cross Ptat .
"I ol tta abcre raIit tor ula by
Berry, DemoTille & Go.,