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NASHVILLE UNION AND AMERICAN, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 3, 1868.
UKION ABD AMERICAN. Hn
tHySHjSeKit-WfcUlTgjl; Weekly 83
The doctoral cdllogo mot yester
day at the capitol and cast the ton
votes toVhicb. Tonncsseo is entitled '
for Grant and Colfax. No question
was made as to tbo eligibility of
Mr. Senter, ono of tbo electors for
the SJato at largot who is inter
dicted from serving as elector by
tbo fourteenth amendment $ tbo
constitution of tbo United States,
and wo presume bo did not caro to
make the question liimself. This
incident illustrates the light
manner in which the laws sit upon
Radicals in this State. A Radical
can do any thing in Tennessee for-
bidden by the laws with porfect
The House of Representatives
passed a bill yesterday on its sec
ond reading increasing tho salary
of Judgesof tho Supremo Court to
S5,000; that 6f the .Governor to
4,000, and that of tho Secretary of
Stale, Comptroller and Treasurer
to St.OOO the fees now received
by these latter officers to bo paid
into tho treasury. Tlio Houso also
passed on its second roading a bill
to give tbo nicnibors of tbo Logis-
laturo S500 per annum and 85 for,
every twenty-fivo miles traveled in
going to and roturning from tho
seat of Government. This is to boil
-in lieu of their present pay.
pnorosiTioisH to exteki the;
ilr. Lillard, of Marshall county,
offered in tho Houso of Representa
tives yesterday a bill to extend tho
xight of suffrage to all male citizens
"of the State above the ago of
ilr. Prosscr, of Davidson county,
offered a bill proposing amendments
to the constitution of tbo State:
The provision of tho constitution
under which Mr. Prosscr propose.1
to amend that instrument .is con
lained in the third section of tho
eleventh article and is as follows :
" Any amen Jment or amendments to this
conxlitution may be proposed in the Senate
or House cf "Representatives; ami if the
same shall he agreed to by a msjotiiy of
nil the members elected to each of the two
houw, fuch proposed amendment or
amendments phall be entered on their
journals, with the yeas and nay thereon,
and referred to the General Assembly then
next to be choen ; and shall be published
six months previous to tha time of making
euch choice. And if in the General An
Mmbly next choen aforeaid, snch pro
posed amendment or amendments shall be
agreed to by two-thirdj of all the mem
bers elected to each hon?e, then it shall lie
the duty of the General Afsembly to submit
snch proposed amendment or amendments
to the people, in such manner and at sncb
time as the General Assembly shall pre
pcribe. And if the people shall approre
ml ratifr such amendment or araend-
mcnts, by a majority of all the citizens of
IOC OtllC VUUUg IUI lliicrtm.i,.n
in their favor, such amendment or amend
ments Bliall become pan 01 urs consum
tion." Should Mr. Prosser's bill bo passed
by tbo Legislature it may bo finalh-i-atified
or rejected within two
years, certainly not tinder ono
THE FLECTOKAX COLLEGES
On yesterday, tho first "Wednes
day in December, the Electoral
Colleges of tbo various" States mot
and performed their part in the
election of the President.
Tho voto is oat by ballot, and,
after the votes arc counted, several
copies of the record aro made. One
is sent by mail to the President of
tho Senato, at "Washington; another,
wo believe, is deposited in the State
archives, while a special mcssonger,
who may bo cither one of their own
body or an outsider, is delegated to
carry it to "Washington personally.
This messenger receives, whilo on
this duty, the samo mileage as a
member of Congress. "With this
precaution there is not much dan
ger, therefore, of tho voto of any
Stato failing to arrive at Washing
ton by the timo tho general count is
made by Congress, on the socond
Wednesday in February. The of
fice of mosscnger from any of tho
Pacifio States is quite n valuable
position. On tho day above speci
fied tho "United States Senato pro
ceeds to tho Hall of the nouso of
Representatives, and its President
takes bis seat by the sido of tho
Speaker. Tho tellers arc then ap
pointed, and tho sealed packages
from tho Electoral Colleges arethon
opened, usually commencing with
the Stato of Maino. After the roll
of States has been called, the re-
sultisdoclarcd by tho President of
IMPORTANT JCnitTAT. nr.oisiox.
Chief Justice Chaso, during tho
present term of tho Circuit Court at
Richmond, has delivered an im
portant opinion in a caso of con
fiscation of real estate, under tho
act of July, 18C2. In this caso
Soinplo vs. tho Unitod States Dis
trict Court, on a writ of error, judg
ment was originally entered by
default. The points made wero that
tho confiscation act was unconsti
tutional, and that tbo suit below
was in admiralty when it should
hnvo been at common law. Tho
Chief Justico overruled both points
and affirmed tbo decision. Ho said
that several cases arising under this
act of 1802 of a like tonor havo
been considered by the Supremo
Court, and, as tho point was not
raised, it was a fair conclusion that
among neither tho membeiy of the
bar, nor upon tho bench, tho
constitutionality was doubted.
Unless clearly satisfied that tho
,..oa nnrrm stitutional. and
:i i: l i "
!.w.t thi,oint was passed with-
in the Supremo
" Court, ho was honorably b d by
rtbonction of thatcourt and should
hold for the present that .tho
iict is warranted.by the .constitu-
if the question wasfagain sub
jnittcd tonbe Sirfifcmff- Court and
adjudged upon direct argument and Each branch of tbo government has
consideration. "With regard to the scorned .to vie with the others in
second po'mj, he held .that it was tho increasing the burdens of tbo pco-
constant practice to render' judg- pie, until tbo means for meeting
mentof-forfeiture in aucb- cases 'by tboso exorbitant "'expenses havo
default without intervention of J proved inadequate, and nowwo aro.
jury, bo says a Washington tolo-
THE TEXXJRK.OF.OFJF1CE' AND CM-,
TERSAI. SCri KAGE.
There is . great deal of spcciila
Tation as.to what Congress -will do
touching the tennre-of-oflice1 law
and tho suffrage question. Ajium
bcr of Radical j'ournals havo
opposed tho repeal of tho tcnure-
of-offico law. They admit that it
was passed to take power from
rrcsmcm Joiinson, ana to prevent
lum frni aiding .tho Southern peo-
ple in their efforts to ro-establisli
constitutional coverninents in tho I
States that havo now been recon
ivo now been recon-
structed in tbo interest of tho Radi
cal party. Thcso journals admit,
that this law makes tho President
simplytho " Recording Secretary of
Congress, but that they prefer to
hold out tho advantage it gives
their part' until they aro satisfied
that Grant will pursue tho policy
chalked out by Congress. Delta,"
the well informed Washington cor
respondent of tho Baltimore Sun,
states tfiat although Congress will
bo disposed to give tho now Prcsi-
uent as much money as bo or his
friends can stagger under, res
pondent has "good authority for
saying that thoy will roject tho
demand for tbo ropcal of tho
tonure-of-office act." Touching tho
suffrage question, this corrcspon-
dent says :
" I have like authority for statin? that
the negro suffrage amendment to the con
stitution will be passed by a unanimous
Radical vote in both Houses at at an early
day of the season, notwithstanding the
adverse decision of several .Radical States,
and notwithstanding, too, the memorable
avowal of Senator Sherman in the Senate
in 18G7, 'that the great West, particularly
Ohio, would necer consent to having ne
gro suffrage thrnstupon her peoplo by any
other power than their own free choice.'"
Tho "Washington correspondent
of tho Boston JPost statos that al
though it appears to bo a foregone
conclusion .that somo amendment
to the constitution conferring tbo
ballt upon tho negro throughout
tho country will be adopted by
Congress, tho details aro not asj-et
settled. Senator "Wilson, of Mas
sachusetts and Mr. Grcoloy aro re
ported as desiring to includo in tho
amendment a clause removing all
disqualifications and disabilities
from tho whites who wero engaged
in tho late war on tho Southern
side. It is also statod hy this cor
respondent that an attempt will bo
mado to rottrict tho negro vote to
tho national oloctions, but the pro-
sent prospect is that tho right of tho
negro to voto will bo mado to ox-
tend to all elections, both national
and State. Tho advocates of uni
versal suffrage will be satisfied with
nothing less than this. If tho
featuro advocated by Mr. Wilson
shall be incorported in the amend
ment, it will give tho white men
tho control of sevoral States now in
tho hands of carpet baggers
through tho agency of negro votes.
THE ri.VANCIAI. COmrlON OF TEX
X ESS EE.
On the 28th ult a resolution was
adopted by the House of Represen
tatives requiring the Comptroller
to inform that body " whatchanges,
modifications or reductions may
with safety to the financial interest
of the Stato, bo made in tho pres
ent rovonuo laws." Tho Comp
troller replied on the 1st inst. that
" the financial interest of tho State
will not permit a reduction in tho
rate of taxation," and ho presents
an array of figures to fortify this
position. Tho following is the
Comptroller's statement of tho de
mands upon the treasury for tho
current year, and tho moans
meet these demands
Annual interest on State debt 42.072. 143 S3
State covercment's annual expenses 9UO,fcO O'
.. 8$9,&51 2,uai,SCC 03
"With a deficit this year of noarly
a million of dollars, there is no
chanco for a reduction of tho taxes
next year. On the contrary,
tho exhibit of tho Comptroller is
itsolf a pressing demand for an in
crease. If this is impracticable, as
tbo Comptroller candidly admits,
hntr la th a ilnfifit. to hi SUlinlicd?
ndditional ain0UIlt necessary
innni i,n hitAmut nn thn bonds
of tho Stato and tho current ex
penses of tho Stato government
-ill have to be supplied from some
source, xms is a very uninviting
picture to present to capitalists who
may bo disposed to invest in tho
bond.? of tins State. Wo havegono
on increasing tho liabilities of the
Stato and tho exponses of tho gov
ernment, until wo find ourselves
with an incomo noarly a million of
dollars short of what is neco?Bary
to pay tho interest on our bonds
and moot tho expenses of tho gov
ernment. How has it happened
that our exponses have so far out
stripped our income? Has it not
been through tho most reckless ex
tra vaganco? Let us seo. Tho
total demands upon the treas
ury of tho State for the fiscal year
ending Sept. 30, 1S01, amounted to
SS29,937. This included 201,402
for schools and academies, and over
$300,000 for interest. So tho ex
penses of tho Stato for that year
amount to only about 300,000r or
ono third the amount estimated by
tne crominruuui A.iv....
vear. In theso stringent times anu
tho impoverished condition of the
peoplo, our taxes should havo been
lower than; they were before the
l ..... I : '
rat- .war. and thev would havo oon but TTCT A 'nVRIPTTR"RTVrilTJTS
-! fforth'qre5klefi3 extravagance dis-' nrrs r.A
" plVllio'Stato government. JtUJ.VJUJJ9
about to enter a now year with
deficit of nearly a million of dollars
staring .us in the face. . On the- first
of January, less than a month
hence, tip holders of our bonds
will.bc.doinanding 1,036,224 in the
shape of interest, and -where that
large amount is to como from is a
question .that wo havo no doubt
puzzles the brain of the Comptrol
ler. These arc the fruits of Radical
rule' in Tennessee: its liabilities
largely increased, us credit, injuruu
and. tho peoplo so heavily taxeutnat
tbo Comptroller, with tho receipts
falling nearly a million of dollars
short of tho imperative demands
upon tho treasury, is forced to the
conclusion thnfc'a bighcr rate of tax
ation would be ruinous.
Tho Forty-first Congress cannot
escapo a grappling with that ques
tion which of all others requires
tho highest order of practical states
manship. Tho party in power has
postponed and tomporized with
financial questions for throe years.
It has kept tho public mind agita
ted with other qhostions, as a
means of diverting attontion from
this knotty problem. But it can-'
not bo delayed longor. Tho people
demand somo wise and wholesome
legislation which Bhall gave stabil
ity to valuos, and establish trade on
a basis of sound political cconomj.
Tho loaders of tho dominant party
percoivc there"' can bo no further
delay in tho adjustment of this
question, and aro proparing to
Senator Morton of Indiana, who
is not a statesman, but has a
vigorous intellect, a strong indi
viduality, and great influence
in his party, has ly
given utterance to viows
and purposes. His views on
tho .subject of financo havo been
frequently expressed at various in
tervals and in different places sinco
tho closo of tho war, and thoy havo
not been consistent cither. Within
tho past year, he has been for and
against tho Pondletonian or green
back policy. He is, bowovor, far
seeing enough to discorn that tho
great, absorbing question Of the
day, when tho more ephemeral
topics that occupied attontion
have passed away from pub
lic consideration, will "0o tho
disposition of the national
debt, tho resumption of specio pay
ments and tho lessoning of tho bur
den of taxation. To tho measures
occssary to accomplish theso ends
ho has especially directed tho cur
rent of his thoughts, and wo may
bo prepared io expect a very elabor
ate financial discussion immediately
after the organization of Congress.
"What with Senator Morton and his
plan for tho easy resumption of
specie paj-mcnts, Senator Sherman,
with another for tho gradual fund
ing of tho debts, Senator Corbett,
with his own original scheme for
substituting gold certificates in
place of coin for the payment of
customs dues, and a scoro of Sena
tors besides, each with his own par
ticular panacea for the financial ills
to which tho country is subject, tho
debatos which are sure to arise will
bo of tho most intricate and bowil
In a recent interview published
in the Now York Herald of tho 30th
Senator Morton is reported to have
The financial question occupies more of
my attention than any other."
" It is understood Von are preparing a
bill to introduce on the assembling of Con
grei" "Ye; I have been misrepresented a to
my exact view, bnt I shall be happy (o
give you a correct understanding of what
" Well, Senator, what is it you pro
per?" " I propose a return to specie payments
and contemplate fixing a time bylaw, say
the 1st of January or July, 1871, for bo'
ginning tho redemption of the greenback
currency Thia for several reasons; First,
to give notice to the country that every
body may prepare for it, make their con
tracts anil qdjn9t their hnsiness accord
ingly; second, to give time for tbe payment
of tho great body ol the existing debt
among the people before it arrives; third,
to give time lo collect the amount of gold
necessary to begin redemption by reserv
ing the surplus gold in the Treasury and
that which is to accrue. By fixing the
time for redemptioo,"a fixed value, I
consider, will be given to the green
back note, which will gradually
appreciate as the time approaches for re
demption, when it will be at par, anil but
Utile gold will be required, as tho green
backs, then being of cqnal value, will be
tar more convenient in biuincas than golJ.
I am opposed to further contraction until
redemption begins. Tben contraction will
take place by (he act of redemption, tte
bills redeemed being canceled, bat their
place will be filled by gold and silver,
which will then be poured into the volume
of currency. The process will be so grad
ual as to cease to excite the attention of the
ptople; will carry with it public confi
dence and takfl place without crash or con
vulsion. The return to specie payments
will cetlle all questions about the mode of
paying the bendi, roitora the confidence in
business and revive trade. The flow of
gold from the country to Europe can only
be cUckod by creating a,demmd for it at,
home for a currency. In every country
wnare a legal tender paper currency has
bteu s&tablir-bed it has driven gold and
silver from circulation, and in great part
out of the country- The only way to call
heme onr gold and keep tbe product of
our mine? iJ by reintroducing it as s part
of the currticy."
Commercial Insurance Co.,
Ofllce, 30 Xorth College St.,
ESTABLISHED IN 1854.
Takes Fire, ltivor and Marine Kir-ks at Fair
K. C. McXAIKY. Prea't
n r' VfnVinr. Jaxes VooP3, .!. iv'":
r. JAKES WO0P3, .IkO. lvISSlii
o. K.Hiu.y . J-. U. Eik.
1, II. Laxier. I'coh.M'Cria
W. II. kr.ixs.
A SUPERIOR LOT OF PEACH BLOW PO-
tatoos. Cider Vinegar. Acid Vinerar and
HARRISON & SON.
Oppcsito tho Wharf.
SAfcE OF I.OT&
IN CALVARY CEMETERY.
XTZ WILL SELL THIS (THURSDAY)
TlV morning, December 3, 1S6S, commencing
made Clothing, Half, Cap3. UooU. Shoes, Dry
ffoodj. Furs. Not ioni.ctc.' These goods will o a
sold to tho trade oclr-
CRUNK. D0DS0N i CO..
lec3-Jt 53 Market street. ,
ai iu o ciocKf a large consiEniuuni. 01 jienuy
Third and Last
YKATJtA.V, NlI i;t,IS A CO.
V 17 ILL FINISU THKIR LARGE CLOSING
Tt out sale this morning at o'clock. We
matt sell the balance of theso consignments to
V S) V s a a,uv uniui.u va tuwaw wvid
i , uum uu . iw.iuh i
a"UIE UNDEKSIONED TAKES PLEASURE
. in informiug the publio uf KdscficlJ tbat
tuey bare re-opened tbe above old estahlinh
mcnt, recently occupied by O. ALTAI EVEK.
where will bo found constantly nn band, Fresh
Bread every cveninc. which will be delivered
at residence) on Icavinc.ordcraat the Bakery.
Cakes of all kind.', Candies of over; descrip
tion, and everything usually kept in a
FANCY FAMILY GROCERY.
Orders for Weddings and Parlies promptly
filled Goods delivered to all parts of the town
fno of charae. GEO. UAZLEW00D SON.
' Corner of Woodland and Barron its.
ActIsq Assistant Q. M.'fl Office. U. S. A., I
.Nashville, lKxn., ucctmDer i, is.-o. j
PROPOSALS IN DUPLICATE WILL BE
received at this office until 12 v..
On Tbnrsday, December 10, 1808,
10,000 burfiela Bituminous Coal,
115 fonts Baled Hay,
4tf tons Jlaled Klraw.
Tho articles to bo of the host aualitv: the fn.il
to bo in lumps suitable for prates, and bids fur
same must stato tbe kind of Coal and tho mines
from nbich it was taken. Tho delivery to be
mado prior to the 30th day of June. 1869, at such
times and in such quantities as the Post Quar
termaster ut Mathville mav designate: Dav
ment to be made monthly f r tbe quantities de
livered in the month, provided funds are on
hand, and if not then as coon thereafter us
funds shall be roceived.
Bidders will state the piicis fur delivery,
bnth at tho Barracks and elscwhero .within tbe
city limits. Separate contracts may be male
witn tbo lowest bidder on each article
By order of Brvt. Maj. Gen Thos. Swhitns.
. J. V. CLEOnORN.
dcc3 Ct Brvt- Capr. and A. A. Q. M.
Grcnt Sale of JTnpnnHc, Clilun autl
Oriental Wnrcs, Itnre nml Ilcantirnl
itlnrliio Shells, curiosities, etc. At pub
lie auction, without reserve or limit, at sale
room of ilurphy k Bradsbaw. No. TS Church
street, coinmencinir Friday and Saturday even
ina, December 4th and 5:h, at 7 o'clock, to con
tinue on Monday, Tuesday and Wednetday-fol-lowing.
at 1U A. . and 7 r. m. each day. tbo
finest and mctt extensive collection creroSered
in this city; a direct importation by lloytoa
Agenoyof Iscw York and Philadelphia, com
prising an immense collection of the rarest and
most beautiful specimens of Shells and Marine
Curiosities from overy quarter of tho globe. A
variety of ingenious and exquisite Oriental
workmanship; rarest of Japaneie and Chinito
manufacture; magnificent inlaid work ; pearl,
stra precious woods, boxer, caskets, checquer
bonds, 'fr ; original book?, maps, pictures,
fire pros tea kettles, cabinets, bureaus, stand?,
tab, , 8 '3.. etc. ; beautiful designs in French
and tali .n shell work, suitable lor holiday pre
sints, tides of curiosity Itom all partsof ihe
universe the cLtire shipment to be sold posi
tively without reserve or limit. This is a rare
Attention of Ladle particularly invited.
T. 110YTO.V, Importers' Agt.
Mcr.i-hY Jt Bbiishait. Auctioneers.
China, Bohemian Glassware,
L haitdpJiers, eta
WE WILL OFFER.
the 5tli inst.
A T OUR SALESROOM. NO. 78 PUBLIC
Squar, conmencinc the role
AT 10 O'CLOCK A.!
We had hoped to continue.ielling three days
in e'chwcek. as previously advertistd. butwo
find it necessary to iliiconnnue selling on aucs
.1.. .r1 Thtim.lam frntn the fact tnftt we caa
not afford to force so many goods on the market
during tbe week. It docs not give us sufficient
time to arrant-a and attend to our wholesale
trade. We will give notice at our next sale
whether Ihe sales will bo continued. All pr
soni desiring to purchase had better take ad
van age of this opportunity, ns It may tin the
last sale- UA.Ml'lJKlii ,v onnr,.
THISISJO GIVE NOTICE. TOAT ON THE
A .it .uTvf Vnrfltnhur. A. 1). JSCS, a warrant in
bankruptcy was issued against the estates of E.
N. Moore, of the c-ountv of Maury nnd State r.f
Tenntssec. lias bern aujudgoii aoanKrnpi.on ms
own petition; that the payment of any debts
and delivery oi any rroreny Deiongintr io ucu
i,.nlrnn.i tn him fir for his use. and tbe trans
fer of any property by him, are forbidden by
law: thata meeting of the creditors of thosaip
bankrupt, to prove their debts and to ehoose
one or uioro assignees of their estates, will bo
nt a iVmrt of liankruntcy. to be holden on
the 17th day of December, A. D. 1SGS at 10
o'clock A. M., at the oflico of tbo Register in
Bankruptcy, at Columbia, Tcnnesoo. before J.
IT. S. .Marsha!. Messenger.
drc3-lt Dep. V. S. Marshal, Slcjsenrer.
rniUS IS TO GIVE NOTICE. THAT ON THE
2.1 day of November, A. D. 1868. a warrant in
bankruptcy wa issuod against tho estate ot
Richard M. Andersen in tho county of Hick
man and State of Tennesseo, who has
been adjudged a bankrupt on bis own
petition; that the payment or any debts
and delivery or any property belonging
to such bankrupt, to him, or lor his use,
and the transfer of any property by him are
forbidden by law; that a mectmg.of the cred
itors of said bankrupt, to provo bis debts, ami
to choose one or more .assignees of his estates,
will be hold at a Court of Bankruptcy, tn be
holden on tbe Ktliday of December. A. D. 1865,
at 10 o'clock a. M., at the office of the Register
in Bankruptcy, at Columbia, Tenn., before .1,
Jxy ltuck.hsii., Resistor. GLASCOCK,
U. P. Marshal. Messenger.
dec'. It Dep. U. S. Marshal. Messenger.
THIS 1ST0 GIVE NOTICE. THAT ON THE
2d day of N venber. A. D. IR6S. a warrant
in bankruptcy was issued against the estate ol
Moses Ba'os, of the county or Hickman, and
State of Tennessee, who has been adjudged a
bankrupt on his own petition: that the pay
mont of any debts and dolivcry of any property
belonging to such bankrupt to him, or for Bis
use. srid the transfer of any propertyhy him,
are forbidden by law: that a meeting of the
creditors of the said bankrupt, to .prove, their
debts and to choose ono or more assignees of bis
estate, will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to
bo holden on the 17th day of December. A. yr
1SCS. nt lOo'clock a. m.. at tho office ot tbe Regis
ter in Hai.kruptcy, at Colnmbia.'Jcnnissee, be
foro J. Jay Buck. KUSC0CK
U, S. Marshal, Mcssonger.
By J. C. McMULLKN.
dei-3-lt Dcp.U. b.Marshal. Messenger.
THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE. THAT ON THE
I'd day orNovember. A. D.15tW, a wawant
in bankruptcy was issued againf, the estate
of William Anderson of Hickman county,
and Stato of Tennessee, who has been ad
judged a bankrupt on hii own petition; that the
paymentofanydektsand delivery of anynrop
erty belonging to esch bankrupt, to hifti or for his
use. and the trans fcrof any property by him are
forbidden by law; that a meeting of the credi
tors ut the said baskrupt, to prove thoir debts,
and to choose onejirrooro- asignees or his es
tate, will be held at'a Court orBankruplry.to bo
holden on tho 17th day of December. A. V. 1SCS.
at 10 o'clock a- v., a! tbo office of tbe Kegincr in
Bankruptcy, at Columbia. Tennesseo, before J.
Jay Buck, Ksq , UiKlittr.
T E. ft. GLASCOCK,
21. S. Marshal, Messenger.
ByJ. C. MoMltLLEN,
Uec3 It Dep. IJ. S- Marshal, Messongc.
I IIHHHAIjK UK l.lll.'S IN (,'AI.VA Lit. I .u v....., w . " , , , . i T,
TiSVii'0"?.?"8.!!?-0".. Members of the Society, are required .to at-
vuiwmu niu wvuuuuuviu iv-wviivn ""v I tend, and i'nysicUns la .nuseuciu ana ids vi
I Same hour. dec3 2t I ;:,, ,,.,,.,,;,.. r .n.. r"iI tn hn nron-nt.
notice to physicians,
A CALLED MEETING OK THE MEDICAL
EOCIETV. OF NASHVILLE, will be held
at its Koom, corner of Church-and Vine
streets, on v
Tuesday, the 8th inst, at 7 P. .
Vnr ihn nnrnnio nf nnsidorinz the NECES-
SlfY of cuttin a Mop to tho CKElUf
cinity aro respectfully urged to bo preient.
uy order of therrejiueni.
GEORUE 5. BLACKIE. M. D.,
B. P. JENKINS,
Suc;eor to Tom Wolls-
liTA-XJL.ISHE l IN 1814..
39 North Market St.,
f AM. IN RECEIPT OF THE. LARGEST
J. stock of
DrusH, ChcmlcAt. rtisKIt' Rnu
, rtrfes. Fitney Gool, TolUt
OILS, PAINTS, COLORS
DYESTUFFS. 8 LASS.
Cigars, Tobacco, AVIuds and Liquors,
everbroughttotbis market, and will sell FOR
CASH at a alight, adrance on Eastern cost.
All goods sold warranted to g.vo satuf4et.on.
11. P. JENKINS,
Proprietor of Jests' Stoiiich Bitteks.
"Market stioct, opposite Union,
SION OF MAN AND MOItTER.
r.,,m - XaaUvllle.leMn.
WHITE CORN WANTED, FOR WHICH
we will Pi the highest market price in
100,000 Corn, Wheat, Oat and Meal Bags
f0r,ry RHEA. SMITH A CO.
ttirM OF GUTHRIE & CO. HAS
been dissolved by mutual consent. B. I,
Biakletis autn-ruoa to sou e C."""S,"0
Kashville. Dec. 1st. lS6S-3t
FOR RENT FOR 1800.
TWO EXrUA'A Blunt. 'U jujm u.i
Union street and one on Market street.
Also forty Dwellinc Homes in Nashvilw and
thirty-five neat Cottages in EdgeScld, at from
ARRINGTON. FARKAR i WEAKLKY.
decl-lw Ho. 79 Church street.
Fine Driving .Horses, Mules
sale at lowest ruarKei mut;,
' CROUCH M ELDER.
No. 13 South College street-
STOItK FOlt KENT.
n-llK STORE HOUSE NO. 7t NOliTU
A. fi.A.P ctrff tl.Tf ildAr to liNIt) AK
AmmoAX Block, lately occuried by Morris
Poweis a aClothins btoro. u for rent. lor
particulaia apply L. iJU U.vor
ULARK I'lilTOHETr, at n.mk ol Cunimerco.
. tiiruvn np nnnsT(ifiT,' 1'P. ON' MON-
A risy evcnin?. a s:ray mule on the streets of
the city, or on la commons, ann umusumuu
toourstable for safe keeping- Ihe owner, by
nrnr-ini? nronertv and uaune chirees. and for
this notice. 0.n .et " - " CQ
dee-3t No. 13o" South College street.
W. E. WARD'S SEMINARY.
AN ESTABLISHES) SCHOOL
VOUKO LADIES BOARDED AND EDU-
1 cited in all the solid and ornamental
Fivo LingaaKCS English. French. German.
Latin and rek are taught.
IbeNEW Yr Alt will be a good Jim Jo ca
ter school W. h. )ARU.
CALLKNUEK aV C3AKRE'IT?
IKal EUite Agents,
HAVE REMOVED THEIR OFFICE TO
So.lt North Cherry street. MAXttEI-L
..r v ffh.m tiiv trill continue to give
Uheir attention to selling, .xchncginz,. renting
and leaiinc every description of city and
country propenv. ... ...
Our MR. GARRETT will gtvo his special at
tention to tho examintion of titles, preparing
deeds, title bonds, mortgages, contracts, etc.,
in a satisfactory manner and on reasonable
terns. - lec2-lw
H, W. HASLOCK,
X) H U Q G I S T,
So. 19 Pnblie Square,
WOULD CALL THE ATTENTION OF
Ph)sieians aid the public gcnerjlly to
bis fresh ana enlarged stock ol
Drtirv t'liemletits, Fluid ExtrneU. nil
binds r Patent Medicines. Fancy
Artlclen. I'nlnti. WIIn, Wln
loiv GImN, tc.
Also, on hand Fongera's Cnmpnuna IoJinitel
Cod Liver Oil. best imported French Brandy
for medicinal purposesl-.an de Colognes ol sa-
Mnvt nnrtlenlnr n1t.ntinn nAid In the Pre
scription Departmrnt. under the direction of
mr. J.i. uuniijinnii. an cxperieneeu aiwiu-
i ' i. j . . i : Ti
ccary anu meuiiai, &rauuaifi tn rru.Mn.
nova 3m n.w. HASLOCK.
30,000 to 40,000-
TIOHTBARRhL STAVES. Highest rnsikct
puce paid on Uelivery.
nov28 tiljanl Cor. Front and Mirtisonsls,
Regular Weekly Smithland ar.d
Evacsvillo P cket.
rplIB FINK STEAMER Knnny
j llriinueiM. Vrr. Hknky .Mil ttZ
i n Cluster. KlTT Itrmi. Clnrk. willASU
leave A'ashvlllo EVtRV SATURDAY, at 11!
o'clock, noon, making posiiirn and closo connco-
tions at iivansviilo with regular Louisville anu
Cincinnati Packets. inuring speedy a d rcli
abls transfer of freights to aliovo points. Or
ders for freight solicited, and reasoniblo ruto3
For freight or passage apply op board, or lo
HARRISON Sc eON. Agents.
novl7 tf No. 4S and 46 Front t'J
KAlMtlSOiN & SON.,
15 and i Eronl S(reel,
FORWAEDING AND COMMISSION
Steamboat al Railroad Agent,
It OAT STORE WEAL.KRS.
mHROUaH BILLS OF LADING ISSUED TO
A all tbe principal Northern. Eastern, est-
ern anu nnuinem uj
81 CHURCH ST., Masonic Temple-
T HAVE JUST RECEIVE! aftuiiii.li
I magnificent Bradbnry Jtqnnro rnnd.
Hino Forte, which I offer cheap for Cash. Call
and see it- u. iV..
040 AcrfH for Kale Turee snrms
jamnel ICnlhonn's JLnoiN, Keren
Hlles from Lebanon.
TT VIRTUE OF A DECREE OF THE
li rh.ni-erv ilourt at Lebanon. Tenn., and
iur;uanttoihetermsof a Deed ufTrustexe-
cuted by Samuel L. Ca'huun on Moaiiar,
ton county. I will offer at puouc i saio. i. ine
higheit and best bidder, the fine farm lands of
Sam'I L. Calhoun, as follows:
Home Place, 253 acres, with good improvements.
Provine FKce, 175 acres, small
Rutherford Lsnds, 112 acres, no "
And two Storo Houses and about ?i of an aero
of land in layiorsviue.
These lands aro valuable anddesirable; nojgh-
i..v..l nrnllnnlr tha lata absolute. 1'ur-
chaserswill havn possession 1st day ol Janua
ry 1869. The lands must be sold, and a bargain
may be expected. Apply on the placo aud ex
amine, oy to me in Lebinoo, Tenn.
TERMS One-third cash, anil tne balance in
one and two years, without interest, rjotes
with twb or more approved sureties Aotes
will be discounted at ti rer cent, if purchasers
desire to pay. i ,.,,; .,,
Tne lana is aoiuwiinouw icucui-iiwhi .v
sy debts. Com" and buy a bargain.
EDWARD i. GOLLADAY.
Trustee and Commissioner.
Lebanon, Nov- J2. lSSS-novlawlt
K. 3. HOLMKS.
r. a mrrnrKD.
h. r. uoorss.
Hollins, fright & Co.
BOO TS A3SI) SOES
I'UIt AND WOOIi HATS,
No 73 Kiwi Nlilo Public Sqnnrr,
Nashville, T'e n n .
E INVITE THE ATTENTION 01?
To our FAIil. ASH
WINTER itoek of
Goods, now in' store.
UOLUSN, WRIUIlTd! CO,
ang23 3m ap po .
TNFORMi THE PUPL1COF NASHVILLE
a- and Middle Tennessee, tbat he is manufac
turing on an extensive scale, ,
r Every Description.
WHISKY BARRELS, PORK BARRELS.
KEOS. of all kinds and LARD BARRELS,
Fuji supply always on hand, and offered as low
as can no Douirnt in-tni or any omer marxer,.
lie asks a trial only of the pnblie.
Faetorr and Office, corner Madison and Nort
Front streets. fnov2t rilljanlh
WJ5 WILL JPAY THE mailEST MAR
ket price for
CORN AND OATS.
C. R. PARSONS 4 CO..
RICHARD B. WRIGHT,
Sealer in all kinds .of
Sash sold at Louisville Price List.
Nn. 211 Cedar street, and Corner Broad and
High streets. novB-tf 1
STEWART and GEIGER,
M A n'FTTNTSTS
JjJ. Xi. V 2. illlwl KJ .
No. 41 South College St.,
RESPECTFULLY INFORM TllK PUBLIC
that they are prepared to do every descrip
tion of work in their line of business.
They put up lrlt Mills. Saw Mill.
Jtnelilnery Tor Dlslllltrlcn'and Manu
factories. Castings of every description made to order,
and all kinds of Machinery repaired.
V3, We will do work promptly and guaran
tee satisfaction, at reasonable rates.
XEW ALBANY, INI)..
ItRACIDOX A HI ,
Comer of Lower Sixth and Water streets.
KEW ALBaST, INDIANA,
Manufacturers of all kinds of AMERICAN
RAILROAD IRON, both for steam and horso
roads. Re rolling done on short notice and on
a favorable terms as at any mill in tne West.
IRON COTTON TIES AND BUCKLES mad
to order. All work warranted or a superior
scrap iron " oct2l wlms.
Chancery S3le of Valuable Farm.
Sugg Fort, Administrator, vs. Heirs and Cred
itors of C. A. Sugg.
TN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER MADE IN
1 this cause at the October term, 1868. of tbe
Chancery Court at Clarksville. I will offer lor
sal, to tbe highest bidder, on the premises.
On ."aturdaj, Dtcembcr 19, 1SC8,
the Farm belonging to the estate of C. A. Sugg.
deceased. Tne farm contains aonui w acro-s
is situated about twelve inile from Clarksvillo.
m the Kersburc rad, and within ono mile or
Fort's Station, on the Edgefield and Kentucky
railroad. The improvements consist of a good
dwelling, out-nouses, nno siaoies anu oarnj-
Tbere are about 3(u acres oj me iracicieareu,
il.. I..1..A. k.m. haTtlv f imlirul.
Ttp fin tinit twn vears. Notes with
cood securitv reauired. and a lien retained.
The notes to bear interest from date.
W. T. SHACKELFORD. C. 4 M.
November 13. 1809-nov22 tf
The Tennessee Coal and Railroafl
i KE PREPARED To SUPPLY NASH
J. ville with s'Iipup t'onl. Whether this
Ci.mnanrcnn oo.TiKUC to reduce the price !
Coal depen-Ji upon tho quantity sold.
m Hip (iiuiillfv It lucreeil the nc-
lunl rosl U lo.Hcnetl.
In four years of management, the Pre!dcn
of this Company has nerr, in a single insfmnee-.
advance.1 the price or coll recause oi ma
The Coal is Sold by Weigh';
A load of coal and a ricca of ohalk are Juat
the same S'te, and tberelore tne roil u not soia
by tne toad.
Rou ml Conl...
3 cfiils per ltnauel,
Small Stone Conl,
clear of dust
Flno Coal, for man
ufacturing purposes 15
Lara-e sale! uf fine Coal will be made at Ie-8
figures, and capitalists who think ofuuingto
manfscturing. are earnestly invited lo confer
with tbe officers of this Company upon the sub
ject or a permanent supply ci cneap uoai.
luer claim mat tne prooiem nas ueen sciveo.
and that UllKAf UJAIj lor mannlactunngpur
poses can now be guaranteed.
A. S. COLYAE, Pxeoident.
J. t WARXEK. Sec'y and Treas.
A. n. H1IOOK. Jlanntfpr.
BOOTS AND SHOES
CI! AW. 15. HALL'S,
NO. 47 NORTH COtLEOE STREET.
TI1.1T hnnklVED DIRECT FROM THE
tf best Manufacturers in the country, one of
the largest and best selected stocks of
HOOTS, KHOEN AND HA1TEHH
ever brought lo this market, which are offered
for sale at a small advmca on Ks stern cost.
Small Profits and lluick Sales is the motto.
S A. ., TE O "W E S
. L Alivo Again -
NO. Gl XORT1I 3IAKUr.T fT.,
A SIN DAYS GONE BY. IIP. AT.l.OWSNO
xL Stow in tho city, or elsewhere, to surpass
CHEAP, CHEAPER, CHEAPEST,
04 North Jf ar&et St.,
. near the fiqaitrr.
SAM. rOWETlS. -
he A.r Quarters
Wall Paper- f Mow Slates,
ETC.. ETC.. .ETC..
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
HTE WOULD nRSPErrrpiiT.T.v th.
TV form our patrons and the MiMirn.
Ierally, that in conformity with an agreement
existins; between ourselves and tho larcest
Iiuvdiu wKuuiaciarers oi rnper linne
inirs. Window ShIe, Window Cor-
I nice, etc , we have established at this
I place the only
Marwnotli Southern Depot, .
I for the wholesale and retail of goods in thisl
JJine: and that we aro offering goods 10 TJJE j
I with tho EXPENSES OF SHIPPINQ added. J
OUR FALL STOCK
I is very lirre and complete, and we invite the j
I pupiio to give us a trial before making; pur-
jons TT. HILL & CO.,
No. 22 SOUTH COLLEGE STREET.
Between Church and Broad.
TT TT 1 J Tl Tl A fT fl TI
, J, lilllJJKUIJuIl,
Late of the firm of Weakley 3c Yarbroush,
Grocer ind Comiriission
SOUTH OOIiliEGE STREET,
i TTas now in store the followi.no
I Xi. choice andselect stock of Grscerie. which
he offers to the Trade at the Lowest Marke
200 SACKS RIO COFFEE.
25 HHDS. DEMERARA SUGAR,
10 HHDS. CLARIFIED SUGAR,
50 BUI..H. LOTEBTSG'S CSUn STJGAK.
W BBLS. " POW'D
100 BBLS. EX. C. SUGAR.
2"i BBLS, N. 0. JIOLASSES.
25 HF. BBLS. N. 0. M0LASE3.
00 SSX8." OREO AX1 15 LACK TKASt
100 BXS. STAR CANDLES.
50 HF. BXS. STAR CaNDLES.
25 QR BXS. bTAR CANDLES.
100 BXS. STARCH,
00 CASES RICHARDSON'S MATCHES.
50 BXS. CHEESE,
100 CAIP1E3 S. S TOBACCO,
100 DOZ POINTED BUCKETS,
25 DOZ. TUBS: Nos 1. 2 4 3.
50 DOZ. BROOMS,
3)0 DOZ. CLOTUES LINK.
BOO I)4ZKN MASiOS'A BLACKING,
500 BBLS. FLOUR, Jackson Mills.
Aij0BBL&.FX0UB-BIrk Lick Mills.
S00 BBLS. FLOUR, Magnolia Mills.
50 BBLS. WHITE BEANS,
100 BBLS. NOKTIirN I.B. PtTATOr.V,
5 TIERCES RICE;
3.C0O LB3. COD FISH,
25 IIP. BBLS- MACKEREL,
f 0 KITS
500 KEGS NAILS, assorted
20 CASES SARDINES.
23 KEGS ENGLISH NODA.
Bacon, Lird, Corn Meal, Bran, Spices. Blue
ing, n rapping i-aper, logeinerwiiu inrco uuu
complete assortment of choice
comprising Old R. C Whisky, Bourhon Whisky
and, imported Gins. Brandies and Vinei.
T. J. TABBBOCGH,
21 South College street,
novla Uanl Nashville. 'Jenn.
"Third National Bank
W. W. BERRY.
D. WBAVKR, CIIAS. E. UILLMAN.
DAN'L F. CARTER. EDMUND COOPEir.
ALKX. FALL'S ESTATE.
EALS IN EXCHANGE. GOLD AND S1L
tfr ami Government Securities.
Cm .1 tn anlf 1 nml... VM
York, New Orleans. Cincinnati, St- Louis, Louis-
ville, .Memphis, etc.
ff-'AO and 10.40 buudj alwasn to hini fur
W. W. ItF.KKr. I'r-lleiit,
EDGAR JONES. Cashier.
JOHN KIKKMAN. Vice President
r. p. t k e Tv,
AGENT FOR THE
Georgia Home Insurance Co,
Capital unit Surplus S t.
Full JJrou Frame. With
Warehouse No. l
, Fourteenth street.
HAVE BEEN' PRONOUNCED BY. THE
profession lo.be among tha best initru
enls maae. trirsi kiiits ynwiuiua h.s,
wherever exni&'tea- ueingonoui iuHri
i....r..imiM in America, thavinz made and
sold 972 Pianos in 11557.) wo are en lbled to sell
ut nriees -which defy competition. Send lor
circulars and price lists.
McClure's Music Store,
Wholesale and Retail,
iri. n.ii.lfm.1 intM nlcannrein annour.C'
iais tothepobliathathe has reoeived another
hinmenr. of tho Haines Brothers Pianos.
among whieh is tho Parlor Beauty." Small
sited Rosewood ease, full 7 octaves, round cor
ners and carved legs. This imtrument. for its
fine qualities of tone touch and meohanism,
attraot alike the artist and amatuer. The low
pri" at which they are offered, place them
,k ....h nt urnrv one. hence they are
destined to be the great favorite of tho public.
My stock of Steinway, Dunham. V eber and
Kraushaar Pianos is large and varied, and are
ottered at factory .prices. ....,
In Organs ana jueioaeous.ii ueui u iuciuiu-
ett only, which stand before tbo public witnout
'sheet music nnd small musical merciiandLe
in the greatest abundance, and sold at lowest
ratej. novltf J AS. A. .MC LUttb.
Farmers, Uuy at Home
YOUR WAGONS AND AGRICULTURAL
implements. I ami manufacturing the very
best of Steel Plows, and other irapiemenis
Also, wagons or the very bi "
No. 3154 South Cherry street, oeiween -""nan
Mul Derry streets. -
THE ' AS MVILL E
life lusiranc Compan),
Ao. lti MaxiueU Jlaitse.
jonjr m. rass-
De.T. A. ATCHISON..
A Sontheru Home Institution.
S3- Issues all kinds of Life and Endowment
Policies on most favorable terms. imay2t tf
186S TXXA. TKAIsE.
Furniture and Mattresses.
WEAKLEY k WARREN,
No. 8 KorlU ColleRO Street.
Manufacturers and Wholesale and Retail Deal
ers in Every Variety of
Parlor. Dcd-room, lMninr-room, Hall
Spring:, Hair, Xmi, Cotton-top and
Ixokln GImspn, Window Glasw, etc
WE DESIRE TO CALL ESPECIAL At
tention to our Mammoth Stock of Goods
for tho rail trade, as we are fully satisfied that
an examination of our stock and prices will
convince purchasers that we wit sell good goods
fully as low u they can pe U)cgni io uus city,
orbrousht here from any ottfer market. Con
sult your own interest by giving uj a call.
njSAa.Uii z HAn.nr.ii.
We have about 190 boxe Window Glass tha
we will sell at cojt. sep5 3m-
W. IVIE WESTBROOK.
Dr. R. W. BBERS,
Echoes asd PcBLiaataa.
Issued to thirteen hundred subserib kly.
A FINE ADVERTISING MEDIUM AT
FRESH GROCERIES I
R. L. WEAKLEY,
No. 6 North College Street,
(Successor to Weakley 4 Yarbroush.)
TS JUST IN RECEIPT OF A FR.ESU STOCK
JL ot urocerics ana i,iquors, consuuns m
2 hhds New Orleans Brown Sugar.
10 " " Clarified tjugar.
lu " Demcrara Sugar.
l'.O bgs ehoieo Rio Coffee.
20 bbls Golden firup.
25 " Crushed Sugar.
25 " Powdered Sugar.
50 hlf-bbls Maokercl, assorted. '
If 0 boxes Soap.
200 " StarCandles
100 " Starch.
100 " Cove Oysters.
110 casks Soda.
25 boxes Soda, 1 lb. papers,
50 doxen Brooms.
M0 " Painted Buckets.
10 1 caddies assorted Tea3.
2 boxes Mustard, assorted siies.
50 " Rumtord's Teast Powders.
10 bbls Blacking.
25 cases Richardson's Matebes.
15 boxes Pickles.
1 0,0 0 Cigars, assorted brands.
TOO bbls Magnolia Flour.
300 " Black Liek Fiour. -
Wrapping? Paper, Tcpper Ranee,
All of which will be sold eheip fcr Cash only.
In itoro asmall lot of Mcs Mackerel, as En
as ever brought to this market.
R. L. WEAKLEY,
novl2 tf No .6 North College street.
Xo tlie Creditors
ROBERT PAGE, DEC'D.
TN ORDER THAT THE FUNDS IN MT
JL hands may be distributed, I hereby rive no
tice to all-persons having claims against the
estate of .Robert Page, deceased, to file the
same authenticated as the law prescribes, oy me
riRsr dat or jxakcii next.
ailer which time an aDProoriation of said funds
will be made, and any claim not filed ox oa bi-
roBC said day will be barred botn in taw anu i
equity- P. L- NIClH)!-.
novl910t Clerk Davidson Cd. Court.
Robert Thompson & Co.,
Steim CracktrBaktry and Candy Works,
isiroaTiKS Axn pxalxiu is
W'lnts, Liquors and Forclja Fruits,
CIGARS. TOBACCO, ETC
.15 Nuntli Marltt St.. TTnibTllU, Trass.
7l'RE SCOTCH AND IRISH WHISKT.
JL Old Pennsylvania Rye and Canw. Bourbon
and some very superior nonerison vouniy. ior
fftln. nt Ins? cash uriees.hv
PORTERS AND ALES, of Tarloni brand?,
direct importations, and for sale low, by
liUllERT THOMPSON Jtt'O.
n n'l kinds of packiges.
J. lot salo low. ny
ItuBERT THOMPSON A CO.
C10PFBES AND SUGARS always on hand,
and will be sold as low as the lowest.
C1HEESE A larr. and well assorted stock,
just received 'ami" fur ile lo. by
ROBERT THOMPSON & CO.
CANDIES AND CRACKERS, always fresh,
and put up iu quantities to tuit purchasers.
Hre Crackers. Fruit of all kicds. and nearly
every kind of good usually kept in the line,
will be fjund at the Store ot
(ROBERT THOMPSON CO.
nov2ltf No. 35 South Market street.
She (Southern Mattres3 Factory,
AO. 7S N. CM EHKfiTBK.T.
VtTE KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND SU
Y peiior fpiluc. CurleU stnlr. Jtoi,
'.,iLnii Toi autl Wool Jlnttrtuea, to
gether with l'illuws. Bolsters, Sheets, Comforts,
etc.. etc.. which will be furnished to order at
the lowest prices. ....
We also trim Church pews, and do ail kinds
of renovating in our line.
If inconvenient to visit our Factory, call at
Yeatman. fcbieUs Jc L'o.s. or A. xiarnes
Auction Houses, College street, and leave or
ders, which will be promptly filled. ,.
Me will buy 2bO.(X pounds of ROUGH
SHUCKS Celivered at ourFactory.
l. A. wua jenun,
nov2l 2m Zii c.cuth Cheny it.
WANT 8,UOO. FOR MANUFACHRING
nnmniM. nrl will give mortgagoon iroDer-
ty (real ejtate) worth S Ji.ww.
Aajreta, , . w. uw.y j.
novSlw Nashville. To
TTTI HAVE JUST RECEIVED AND3
T 1 constantly in rocoipt n a iarxo
. t all Vin.1. nf lipntldmen i.
nuiuiivn. w "... . ,
Ladies. Miaes'and Children's
nnntM. Mlioca. Balmoral. GaltersiUc.
Genta'. Boys' and Children's Fur. Cajsimend
? 001 Aiaa. v-aract, i
Wliirs, Thonyt llwiery. Gloves. Blaing.
Itrusbes. Thompsonian Medicines anf
. Notions generally.
B. It. CUTTER JfcG LEAVES. 1
Corner Broad and College Streets
novl1 3m Jiashvillc.lin.
3D IT S El IF S IDA.
TTNOWINa MY ABILITY TO CURI
l nf IIia .Knrn illn.n. X ivill nnter
contract with anv one who csar bo aSlictejrith.
eitner. la cure tnem on tne terms ot noiure,
no Pay." '
N. B. Examinations and consul tat iocfrco,
at my offico, No. IS Mulberry street, bath
n Ainvuie. r. a. n tsit,iiv tur. aiu.
Louisville and Nashvilb
FALL SCHEDULE, 1868!
COII3IENCIXU KOVi:.tIIICR 8. 8h.
Trains will run as follows :
Leave NashvUIe :5.10 A.M. 6:3.M.
Arrive at Louisville-. 1:30 V.il. too.M.
Both Trains make direct connection at jouU
villo with the Jeffersonvillo Railroad . r St
Losis, Chicago. Indianapolis. Cincinnati. Salb -more,
Washington. Philadelphia, and NeWfork
Moninr Tnin from Nashrilla eonnecS with
United States mail line steamers leaving loau--ville
at 4:00 r. ic, connecting at Cincinnati with
earlymorning trains East. Bagoaoz CTtcgta
from Nashville to St. Louis. Chicago dncia
nati. and all principal Eastern cities.
- The 6o r. . Train trora Nalnll.
does not run on SUNDAY.
Gallatin Accommodation Train leavesBalla-
tin at :13 A- M.. arriving at Nashtlle at
1H4S A. M. Returning, lnves Mashrtle at
3i 13 P.M. and arrives at Gallatin at Oc P.M.
Genl Superiatendaat L. A N. 1. B.
W. S. DITNiNAYANT,
CONTHACron AND BCILDr.lt,
'C02. OV HlOH ST. AD CrBIRLA!Il tlUY,
would r spectfully inform his patrocs,irieoils
and the public generally, that ho has securei
the services of Mr. Geo. W. Hickman is Agent
and Foreman, and is prepared to exectte alt
kinds of building and job worK witn aupaioo
I m TOritmanlike manner. lottt
Offica General Freight Agent, 1
Nashville Sc Ciiattaxooo i adNabhtilu
JE NoKTUWXSTtKX RaIUWAYS.
Nashviixe, OcL 14, 1S68; j
FREIGHT CONTRACTS. AT LOW RATKS.
will bo made on shipments from Nashville
To rcniphis, XcwOrleaus & St. Louis.
To all points oa tha Misstssippt river, vvt
Through rates given arid 111. Is Lading Issued
only at thi elSce.
CHA.S. IV. A.NUKttSUi,
etlfttf Gen'l Freight Agent.
A. A. SPENCER & CO.,
S. E. Csraer Walnut arid Water sU.
JfflVt'lJV3t ATS, - OHIO.
Liberal Advances iaila on Shipments, and
careful attectiea given to filling urders
W. J. PORTEOl&CO..
rolton ami Tobacco Factors
No. 1 12 Pearl Stref.
N EV YORK.
LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES MADE BY
our Agents Ed. It. Pennebakrr. No71
South Market street, Naahvile, Ttcn. and
Baylor R. Stewart, lluntsville. Ala-
rpllE UNDERSIGNED. BEING FULLY
-- piepared f r mannfacturinv (Saab.
Doors, illiu'li. inside and out. Pivot and
Stationary Slat.', Frames of every description.
Brackets, Cornices, plain and ornamental.
Mantelpieces. Mouldings of all kinds, Basa
Boards, Flooring. Poplar and Pine foiling
Plank. Wcatherboarding. and Buitdinr Mala
rial generally. Also, Builders and Contract rs
All at as low rates as can be imported of qI
quality. Send orders. Punctuality and dis
patch are our business creed. OSes and fac
tory adjoiningNashville and Chattanooga Rail
road Locomotive Shops, Cedar street. Nashville,
aprf dAwly ,
PIASTEKS' HANK NOTES
IN ACCORDANCE WTTH AN ACT O? TBS
General Assembly of tha State of Tesnsasea,
approved December 12. 1HV, entitlsi aa att "To
expedite the distnuaiwu . i in ?ects of Basks
which have or mr acignmesti among
their creditor-" notice is hereby given t tha
U -lden of tho notes of the Planters' Bank ot
Tesccnsoi tj; ent them to the undersigat
at tne Sank in Nashville for payment betsroea
now and the first day of January. 1JS. or taay
will be forever barred.
D. WEAVER Trusts.
It j wllinl f.
.le a CO..
DRIVER, DOUGLAS & CO.,
PROPIMRTOIW UF TUK
HAVE COIIPLKTKK AltltAM.EiIE.NT
to All inler fbrthelrvetehnttivt branili'il
CREAM OP THE CITY
TUeyarRfuMy roprl tn enter upon the
eusuinjf Wboat Seauu, butli as V the quan
tity and qnallty of the grides or tftu alora
The Highest Market Price
PAID FOR WHEAT.
OIHce: Nos. 10 and 12 South Market st
THE FIIT-CLASS RESIDENCE. NO. 21
North Vine street, now occupied by Dr.
Wharton, is for rent neat year. It is in tmo.1
order, having been recently well repaired.
For terras apply at premifrw. fnot22 tf.
Hnrtflvlllc, Samncr Coats ly, Tenn.
Rnt Hoisibp m Stpttmltr ui Ftbmrj,
T. M. PATTERSON. President.
.Hss. IDA PATTERSON. Principal Mnsic aud
Assistant Literary Lepartment.
Mas. ELIZA BARKSDALE. Assistant Litera
B. M. POTTS. President Board Trustees.
J. P. ANDKElfa. Seer