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MSHVttLE UNION AND-AMEmGl& THTJfeSDAX- 4 1868.
OTION AND A&ERICAN
Olt TES! 1VCX.T. SilSCI THE OF.D
Oh, yes I we'll sing the old 8306'.
i o sane lone rears am.
Though lips may epcakln faltering loner.
Aca voices whisper low;
Inmcmory. then.-we'll wander back,
Thromrh tlavn nf inv nnri Tiiin.
And. though onr eyes gror dim with tears.
i e j i sing those cones again.
Oh. yes I we'll sing the old soaps,
--A mother's voice hu LlewrJ. 0
When nestled in my tiny bed, a
She laid me thereto rest
Her angel form has left me now.
' With each familiar strain,
I feel her hand upon my brow
: , Ohlsing thoso songs again.
Whon death hascloscd our eyesin rest.
And treed Irom worldly care,
Ho more our voices ininglo here,
In sacred songetnd prayer;
Then, free from earth, we'll meet above.
Where naught bat joy shall reign
And there in heaven, with happy voice.
We'll ting those tunes again,
STAND LIKE AN AKYI1".
"Stand like an anvil 1 " when tho stroke
Or stalwart men falls fierce and fast;
Storms bat more deeply root tho oak.
Whoso brawny arms embrace the blast.
"Stand liko an anvil I " when the sparks
Fly far and wide, a fiery shower;
irtue and troth must still be marks,
hero malice proves its want of power.
"Standlikea-i anvill" whon tholiar
Lies red and Blowing on the breast;
Doty shall be life's leading star.
And conscious innocence its rest.
Stand liko an anvil!" when the Bound
Of pondorous hammers pains the ear;
Thine, but tho still and stern rebound
Of the great heart that cannot fear.
" Stand liko an anvil 1 " noise and heat
Aro bore of earth and dio with timo ;
The soul, like (!od. its sourco and seat.
Is solemn. still, serene, sublime.
EXPLORATIONS OF CE.1TK11 ASIA
At the last meeting of the Eoyal
ueograpuicai society m .London,
Sir Roderick Murchison said the at
tention of the societj- had been
strongly drawn of late toward Cen
tral Asia, aud particularly to the vast
regions which bordered the north
eastern and northwestern frontiers
of British India. The principal re
gion in the northeast embraced the
country lying between Assan and
Szechucn, the most westerly pro
vince of China. A warm desire was
expressed by a committee of the
British association as well as by the
council of the Geographical Society,
that the intervening space of about
two hundred and fifty miles onlv
annum uu cvpiorcu, m oruer to as
certain iftherc be practicable passes
tlirrnrli ln . l
inrougn me high mountains and I
wild tracts which separated the upper
waters of the Yangtsc-kiang from
tiie Brahmajutra at its great bend
near Sudiya. Although as yet no
positive eflbrt has been made to
solve the importa itproblera, the In
dian authorities arc making efforts
to open a route of traffic along a
more southerly line between British
Btirmah and the great Chinese pro
vince of Yunnan, now cssentiall' in
dependent of Chinese rule and most
desirous of establishing a trade with
our settlements on the Irawaddy.
Of still more pressing importance,
however, than an acquaintance with
the regions alluded to, is an explor
ation of the vast and unexamined
tracts on the northwest, far beyoud
the tributaries of the Upper Indus,
or between Peshawur and Jelalabad
on the south, and the centers of
trade and population at Yarkaud
and Kashgar. The main object is to
define tho physical character of the
vast elevated plateau called Pamir,
or "Roof of the World," from which
the Oxus and Zarafshan take their
rise, and from which the lofty chains-,
the Ivuen Lun, the Himalaya and
Hindoo Koosli radiate, In 1867,
Sir Roderick urged the essential im
portance of such knowledge, to be
acquired equally by the Russian aud
British governments; and he then
said that this great tabic land or
water-shed ought to be constituted
the neutral ground between the two
empires, and to be considered as a
broad zone to be forever interposed
between Eastern Turkestan to
wards which Russia has now ad
vanced and the most northern
limits of our Indian possessions.
With a view to taking this first
step in this desirable exploration,
the council of the Geographical So
ciety sent out last spring a practiced
traveler, Lieutenant Ha3-ward, to
traverse this region from Peshawar.
We see by the St Paul papers that
the white wife of the late Chippewa
chieftain. Hole-in-thc-day, is in
Minneapolis, Minn., with her six-months-old
infant in her arms, look
ing for a situation as servant in
3onic family. She was, previous to
her marriage, a diuing-room waiter
girl at Willard's Hotel, Washington,
1). C. She first saw this Indian chief
at that hotel, he being in Washington
for tho purpose of transacting some
government business, This girl,
seeing him at the hotel, hearing
that he was rich, and being of a ro
mantic turn of mind, (not uncom
mon to all females,) she made her
self agreeable to the chief, and
finally consented to Like him for
bettor or lor worse. Ihev were
married in Washington, and tl e
a flair at the time created not a little
sensation, even in" the fashionable
circles of the capital. The chief
was very fond of his white wife, and
made her manv handsome and val
uable presents ; in fact, he bought
her everything that her eyes saw
,and heart desired. Thus mattors
passed pleasantly until the assassi
nation of Hole in-lhe-Dav, and then
her bright dreams took wings, and
the brije found herself fricndloss and
homeless, for the relatives of the
chief refused to allow her anvthing.
even enough to carry her back to her
home in Washiugton, aud now she
' wanders about with her infant seek
ing employment and charity which
shall keep them from starving.
A ckitk.m. "Saxon" writes to the
New York Krcninn J'oxt regarding
the phrase "lady friend," askin
"when mid where did this ineffable
vulgarism originate? I had sup
posed its use confined to its male
correlative, but to my astonishment
1 find it in the literary notices o
I'utnam'a Jftujazhie for December
Speaking of a book of poems (Mr.
Howclls's) the critic says : 'It ought
to meet with great acceptance as an
inexpensive and elegant tit-bit, to
give to a lady friend." And tit-bTt
too! win couldn't the man havi
said bonne Louche at once ! Webster
defines tit bit or tid-bitas a 'delicate
or tender piece of mrything eatable,
and derives it from tid, an abbrevia
tion of the Saxon t aire, tender, soft
nice. Does the aforesaid critic mean
to intimate that the poems are soft
enough for the 'lady friend to swal
It is stated that all the Republican
members of tho Legislature for the
city of Philadelphia have agreed to
support at the next session J.
Edgar . Thompson, Esq., for the
position of United States Senator
Josh Hillings says : " When a man
begins to slido down hill it seems as if
all naturo was greased for the occasion."
, C1IIF.DXS9I IS SEW liSOLASI).
5. -The IvenRcucc Journal cltcsltlie
oninion of a prominent citizen of
Maine, a close observer of events, in
which it is claimed that the cause of
the falling off in school returns the
last two years, is not on account of
carelessness or mistakes in the re
turn of children, but to the fact that
tho children aro becoming less in
number yearly, except in manufac
turing towns, or where there is an
influx of foreicu population. For
ty years ago ten children was
quite a number in a family. The
average ih many places was a frac
tion over seven in each family, of
parents at the age of forty-five now
the average is but four- rridc,
fashion and folly, it is truely, are in a
great measure responsible for this
stale of things, and what is true of
the State of Maine is still more true
of Massachusetts. Women cease to
be mothers to become leaders of
fashion, leaders of clubs, leaders in
the lecture room, leaders of politics.
Many of them arc least at home nfr
their own firesides, and most at
home when away from home.
To Pokift a Room. Set a'pitcher
of water in a room, and in a few
hours it will have absorbed all the
respired gases in the room, the air
or which will become purer, but the
water utterly filthy. The colder tl:c
water is, the greater the capacity to
contain these gases. At ordinary
temperatures a pad of water will
contain a pint of carbonic acid gas
aud several pints of ammonia. The
capacitT is nearly doubled by reduc
ing the water to the temperature of
ice. Hence, water kept in a room
awhile is always unfit for use. For
the same reason the water from a
pump should alwa3rs be pumped out
in the morning before any of it is
used. Impure water is more injuri
ous than impure air.
THE FAR WEST.
PerlU of Pacific Itallroad Travel.
What conductors and railroad men in
the Rocky Mountain country have to en
counter, besides the ordinary perils of rail-
roaa iravei, may be learned from the fol
lowing account m the Cheyenne .arous;
iTtu!, nf.?0" itbe
Jlst of (jctober, at 1:30 a.m., and whrn
..,,.. ;iT. .1 ' .1 1.
and the engine and four cars "ditched."
It appears that a section of (wo rails had
been torn up by Indians, but could not be
setn in time to prevent the casualty. The
engineer and brakeman escaped from the
train'. The former being much disabled,
managed to crawl into the grass here; be
ing nearly fiozen, he crawled iuto the hot
water lrom the engine until it got too cold
to bear. A special train was rent from
North Platte for tho scene of the wreck,
but when within a half mile of it was at
tacked by Indians, who tried to tear op the
track in their rear, and thin cut oil' retreat.
Division Superintendent Nichols now or
dered the train back to North Platte for
reinforcements, when it again started, with
a company ofnoldiers aboard.
At this time there were numbers of In
dians in sight with their squaws and pap
poosea. The troops however, could 1 ot net
at them, but set to work to assist in tloir-
lrg the wreck. They got out the fitemau,
who bad lain in it for threshoun), but who
wa now dead. The poor fellow niuat have
Buffered (rightfully, as bis legs and one
arm were quite shriveled up with the fire.
About this time a wood train from Oga
laHa came to render asustaacc. Now, a
party of Indians slipped round and set Ore
to a bridge in the rar, thus cutting off tlio
return of the wood-lraio. The bridge had
forty-foot spins. A special train was dis
patched from Sidney for the purpose of
picking up troops along the road, whose
farther advance was checked by jhe burn
ing bridge. They, however, ssfely ad
vanced the balance of the distance on foot.
At 4 o'clock p. M. of the same day Con
ductor Donaldson left (Jlievennf. with a
train having on board two companies from
Foil Itussfll, with orders to render what
assistance th?v could. This train arrived at
the broken bridge, a distance of one bund
led and seventy-live miles, ill seven hour.
The different parties now at the scene of
disaster net to work, and by " A M. had
cleared the track and repaired the broken
bridge, so that the train arrived at Chey
enne bv noon of the 1st inst.
The Quarterly Review discusses the
railway monopolie, and shows that no
company has ever yet adopted the policy
f , r
o; very low passenger iares ana cirneu
it out persistently for a reasonably long
timo without achciving a great success.
Tho wisdom of this policy has been proved
on a very l&rgo scale in ueigmm lor
two years past; and its success there has
had a great influencs on the fares in
France, and especially Prussia. But in
America no fair trial has ever been made
of cheap travel. Competition has some
times brought the fares very low for a
short timo, but they have beon raised
again as soon as a compromise could be
"Wo commend tho subject specially to
our boulucrn railroads, mho cost oi
travel on most of them is over half the
old stago coach rates, and the consequence
they tnako most of their trip with
erupty cars. The cost of traveling is too
rcat for the people to auord it, and wc
agree with tho Jlevicw that a material re
duction would not only provo a great
public convenience, but result in enlarged
receipts to tho railroad companies.
Aci'onoixo to .lolin lsright, pauperism ,
greatly on the increase in England So'
ih on tho iticrcat-c in the United State.-, .
not because ihere is not wurk enough to !
do, :ind hands enough to do it, but liccanso
idlenrEd i;1 more common, and wc up-
pose, more uttniotivo man ever. Uiiiy-one-filth
ot our territory, of I.SS 1,903,"-!
Mi) acres, is occupied. Expenses of living
and high taxes aro another cause of pov-'
crty, but on nil these broad acres there w ,
room to plant, to gather in the harvest.
to bmlil mills to grind wlicat and corn,
and paw our lumber forest on tho earth,
and mines beneath its surface, and for
pavcrty hero, therefore, where there i.i im
misfortune of sickness, tliore is no ox-
F unguals in Cnuncn and State.
Two very creat people were lately buried
on the sarao day ia England tho Duch
ess of bntherland aDtlthe Archbishop or
Canterbury. The chief mourners over
the bier of the Duchess were the 1'rinco
of Wales and Lord Bagot as proxy for
the Queen, and tho pall was borne by
tho lordliest of tho lords and tho knight
liestoftho knights. 'Iho archiepiscopal
obsequies wcro without pomp, and the
body ol tho deceased prelate was depos
itcd in the burial ground of the parish
church of Addingtbn. Tho Queen did
not attend, even vicariously but tho
Prince of Wales, being unable to assist at
two funerals at once, graciously sent Gen.
Knolleys to represent him.
Sukfrahe. At the recent Womati'n Suf
frage Convention, in iKston, Senator Wi!
B3ii Rtated, that under the foarlec nth article
(the amendment) of the Constitution of
the United Slalc, he would have no hesi
tation in voting for an act of Congress to
cive the colored men in erery State the
right to vote, lie added, however, that hr
many persons did not place tlii cou
slruction upon the fourteenth xi licit-, herj
would have to be another amendment rub
mitted. In hit npiiiinn the Constitution
could be si amended that th right of suf
frage, in Bir or eight months, will he Hi
cured to the colored men all over the land.
Destitution in St. Louis. .Mayor
Thomas of St. Louie, report tint he lia-t
already expended one thousand dollars
more than tho poor appropriation for the
year ending next April, and yet the season
of poverty haa not yet fairly o-mmenced.
Upon hiolistB are four thousand laiuilie;
comprising twelve thousand men, women
and children, who rcquiro monthly aid.
Beeides the city, the charitable rocietiea
have expended nearly $30,000 the present
year, and fitfd their resources failing. The
mayor calls upon th: council to make
Wholuxnlo nd tie mil Deniff
v . -
Writing Desks, '
AKHOLD-H WRITING F.i.UIIs, .
COPYISG INK. KTci
4 LAO, DEfOSITORT rOB THr
American Bible Society,
J.KD iOWT rua THZ
riUSSUXTEKlAN COMMITTEE OF
Done In tho neatest and latent styles at short
NO. iO UNION STREET.
Between Colloea and Chenr streets,
a 01? v
1 S S U 11 A N 0 K.
Marine and Fire
Under the new charter, is sowopes for bosine
AT NO. 3( NORTH COLLEGE STREET
Next dear to oonur of Union street..
XBSEPII W. AIXES, President
A. W. UinEKVSecrctrY.
John M. Bin,
C. A. K. Thompson.
Daniel F. Carter.
K, ii. Cheatham,
G. W. UendershotL
Watson M. Cooke,
IJ. L. Jones, ,
John W. Terra.
a. u. Ada-if, j
Josepn W. Allen.
J. LUMSDEN & CO,,
KAKCriOTOKKKS AXD D11.L1U IV
.no. aa S. MARKKX STREET. Wo. 31
Nashville and Chattanooga
K A I LROA 13 .
Chuu;o of Time.
2 PASSENGER TRAINS WILL LKAVB
NashTille dally, as follows:
nay Trnln ; 15 A.M.
Xigtit lrnln.............i:30 P.M.
Making direct connection at Chattanooga with
me it csiern ana Aiinnue ltauroml lor Atlanta,
Macon. Columbus. West Point, Augusta. Sa
vannah and Albany, Georgia; Kufaula. Mont
gomery and Mobile, Alabama: Charleston and
Columbia, Soath Carolina; Wilmington, Char
lotte and Raloigb, North Carolina, and inter
At Savannah nassenzers have choice of water
or rail route ta Florida.
Knoxvlllo. Urlvfol, Lynchbartr, Ie-terflbur-K,
WMtilngtAu City. Until,
uioro, Philadelphia aud JVew York,
will make diroct connections by taking the 6:00
p. v. Train out of Nashville.
THIS IS TUB fill OUT ROUTE
to Washington City. Baltimore, Philadelphia
and New York.
FARE AS LOW AS ANY OTHER ROUTE.
Baggage Checked Through.
Palnee Sleeping: Cans on all Night Trains.
Leaves Nashville .3:30 P. if.
Arrives at Wartrace 7:3) P. M.
Leaves iWartrace .......... .6:00 A. M.
Arrives at Nashville . 10-.00 A. M.
Passenarers for MeMinnrille and Manchester.
Winchester and Alabama or Jasner D ran eh
Railroads will take the Day Train out of Nash
ville. J. W. TllUSaAS,
W. L. DANLEY. Superintendent.
U. T. Agent. novl7 tf
T E It Si's E A S Y .
A GREAT BARGAIN IS OFFERED IN A
rV Home and Lot on South Union street. The
bouse coo tains six rooms besides kitchen aud
servant' rooms. It is convenient to the Spruce
fitrect Railroad, and i in one of the most
flourishing localities in Nashville. Tbere is a
fine garden attached to this lot.
I have alio a vacant lot on the corner of Col
ic re and Jefferson streets, 35x181 fet. Inquire
of V- J ZKUT'jUnKLi.
Corner of S. Union and Vine street.
Nashville and Northwestern
R A T Ij R O .A. 33.
ON AND AFTER NOVEMBER 22,
l'aenger 'l'mins will run as follows:
Leave Nahvi!! at-
.S.00 A. M.
.5:00 r. u.
Arrive at I'nion City at.
; Arrive at Hickman at. ...
.0:35 p. u.
Connecting at Union City with the Mobilo and
Ohio Railroad, and at Hickman with tho Mem
nhii .nil Rt. Iiiit PnrVnt Htnamerl for Co-
ituibna, Cnlro, :lilcairo. M.Lotil and
all tho principal points in the west and North
aiF.HI'llIN PASSES G Kit.
Loavo NahT)llo at
Arrive at McKentie at....
UumboUt at -.
" Memphis at
. ........ 3:10 p. M.
10-..W t. U.
.12:15 A. V
6:25 a. v.
Connecting at Humboldt and Memphis with
Trnina fur (Ircniuln. Cnuttni. JackNon.
VIclmlMirK, Ndw Orleans and intermodi- i
l'aiseugcrs will notice that this is the short
route to Memphis, tfew Urleans, Cairo, at.
Louis and the Northwest.
TlckelH noIiI anil Baggage olieekeU
llirtmcri to nil Important points.
1'arean low rut auy ronle.
Tickatji fnr tain at the Cltv Transfer Omce.
Maxwell Building. Church street, and at the
Nashville and Chattanooga Depot.
A. L. LaNDIS.
Hen. Agent N. A N. W. R. R.
W. T. TIANr.EY.
Uencral Ticket Agent. fnov22 tf
Oldest House in the City,
Established in 1BIG.
Baker, Confeclionor and Candy Manufacturer.
NO. 21 NORTH MARKET STREET.
TTAS JUST RECEIVED A LAROE AS-
CX sortment of Fruits. Nuts, etc., including
Rai3ins. Citrons, rigs. Currants, Dates. 1'rnnes,
Hog-ether with a iargo supply of French Confec
Also, just opened a large stock of Toys, Fire
Works and Fancy Uoods, suitable for holiday
Ho would call the attention of the country
trade to his large anssortment of Candies, Con
fections, etc., all of which will be offered at the
aeiy lowest price;. inovzi m
Wlislesale Storehouse for "Rent,
JO. 49 PUBLIC SQUARE.
occupied at present, by Messrs. Furman, Orecn
t Co. Apply to
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consolidated on the 27th of Angoat, 1S6S. and
are now and trill be hereafter issued under the
old title of
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The NasnviLU Usios and Dispatch and tho
NasHTlLLi Gazittk by consolidating the two
.papers, propose to make theUsios and Akiei-
OAKthebest and cheapest jeurnal ererpublished
in Tennessee, and ire ask tho united support and
faror of the patrons of both the former papers,
in the new enterprise, pledging, oursclros that
inerery particular our paper will compare fa
vorably with the best in the en tiro country; and
in say in t this, we only repeat tho expressions of
many of our patrons, who are most capable of
'udffing in such matters.
In tho Political Interests of
The Uniox and Auebicax will take the Con
stitution and laws -for its guide, adhering to the
teachingsof tho founders of our government. It
I; will guard with vigilanee and firmness the
, rights of all the people, urging upon all, modera
tion, forbearance and a steady adherence to
and order, thereby enabling the people to
JeTolop the resources and advance all the mate
rial and other interests of our State and com.
men country. Foeling that these are endan
gered by the revolutionary schemes of tho Radi
cal politicians, who now hold the legislative
power of the government, we shall abate noth
ing of our pastCopposition to theirmeasnres.
Sohools and Education,
We will take especial palna to ascertain the
true itaationgf all Tour school and educa
tional interests, so as to keep our readers fully
posted in rega.d to those important mitters.
Too much consideration cannot be given to tho
educational interests of our State.
Our Manufacturing and Do
We shall eoastantly n her
I people to bo self-reliant, and shall do what we
may be able to induce the establishment o
manufactories in our midit for onr home pro
ducts. To this end we will pay special attention
to the cost and statistics of manufacturing,
and exert ourselves to encourage the diversifi
cation of Southern industries and the derelop-
mcnt of Southern resource.
Our Financial and Commer
Erery department of business has an imme
diate interest in the markets of the country, and
in its financial fluctuations and condition. The
man who falls to keep himself properly ad
vised as to the rise and fall of the markets, as
controlled by the laws of demand and supply
and tho relative condition of the currency, is
exposed to constant loss, and must necessarily
fall behind hi: more Intelligent and enterprising
neighbors. In order to make oar paper valuable
ax well as interesting, we shall make this a
sriciAi. rxATuat. Our Dally Market Reports,
domestlo and foreign, by telegraph, and our
City Reports, gotten up at heavy expense, shall
challenge the commendation of our bast busi
nessmen; while our current Financial Reports
from all the loading money centers of the coun
try ehall be fuller than have ever been pub
lished by any other journal in Tennessee.
Upon the Subject of
And kindred topics, we shall also give an ax
teniire variety of valuable and interesting mat
terthe best adapted to the farming classes of
our Statu, which will, in a great meacure. sup
ply the place of a family agricultural paper.
In Every Thing.
News. Commerce, Finance, Manufactures, Ag
riculture and miscellaneous topics, together with
political matters, shall be the special ohjoct' of
attention in tho columns or the Usiu.v asb
AviEBlciv, so as tn niako it ahead of all others
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All UIskU of Knllroail Ulaiilis,
Circulars. Posters of all Sizes.
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ly and as cheap at tho Union and Ameri
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Tag Ukion amu AuEBtCAK as an advertising
medium shall not be surpassed by any paper in
the State. In enterprise and energy it ehall bo
cecond to none.
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Tri-Wcekly and other subscribers, having
prepaid for the Union asd Distatcb will bo
supplied with either of the other editions of the
Union axd Amiiucin at the reduced rates, if
hey will notify us of their choice.
To tho Friends of the Old Uniou and
American, and others,
We ask the friendslot the Old Union an
Amebicait, and all supporters of Constitutional
liberty without regard to past party affiliation?
to aid us in extending our circulation and busi
ness, in the warfare we are waging against Radi
calism, its corruptions and usurpations. Speak
to vonr neighbor and get him to take the paper,
at least for tho canvass. Address
J. O. GRIFFITH & ;0.,
Old Union and American Block, corner
Cherry and Church streets, aug"
A Safe investment!
TN ADDITION TO OUR STOCK QV
FOR TllE WHOLESALE TRADE.'
we have scrarod the Acencyfor" .
MacNEALE & URBAN '8
Burglar and Fire-Proof Safes,
WITH COMBINATION XOCKS.
t . - Qr
Which we sell at the Manufacturers' Prices, with
Ireight added. A iarg iocs on nana, ana can
supply any size and nnisn.
Also-wo manufacture BREAST & CO.'S
Eoyal rf yriai and :damine' Inks,-,
.V..n.i liA.t nnd 'most noDnl.tr InV in tnA
market. Consumers ot inK can be supplied at
W. C. COLLIER'S,
McCLEAN & CO.'S,
and it iisold to" theTrade by YTholesile Houses
CRAIGHEAD, BREAST &TGIBSON,
novl9 2m TBI 45 Public Sqnitrn.
LARGE ARRIVAL OF
: Gents' Finishing Goods.
'TTE INVITE THE ATTENTION OF THE
TT Trade to our large and well selected
READY-MADE CLOTHING and
Cloths, Casslsneres and Tcotlnga,
which will bo made to up order at short notice,
and in the most fashionable stylos. Call and
examino our mammoth s took.
KIRCH EB &. ATIESEK,
Nos. 51 and 53 South Market street.
JAMES E. PATTERSON . Salesman.
- . .AT-
,. T. KIRKPATEICK'S,
NO. 58 COLLEGE STREET.
LADIES' CLOTH CLOAKS, IN GREAT
variety, handsome and cheap,
lied Blankets, all sizes and qnalities.
White and colrred Flannels, splendid assort
ment. Our stock of Silks. Irish Poplins, Empress
Cloths and'Dress Qoods generally, is complete,
and will be sold at low figures.
Also, a fine line of Ladies.' FURS.
r. n. riEXCH.
I. K. KICH1ED30S.
FRENCH, ANDERSON & CO.,
COTTON BR OKEBS
74 South Tffarkct Street,
Nashvillei - - Tennessee.
Eicluaire agents of .Messrs. Ward A- flatona,
Lessees of tho Tennessee Penitentiary, for the
sale of their Agricultural Implements, Castings
and Codsr Ware. seplU3m.
BAGGING AND ROPE.
WE HAVE IN STORE A LARGE LOT OF
Bagging and Rope at low prices-
Ky. Py. Bagging. 2 lbs. to yard iVAfi
Mo. Bagging. 1? lbs to yard... 2Uo
ltope, beit machine, in coil and half coils 9)0
WILTON COCKUILL k CO..
nov!7 tf 43 and 50 Scuth Market street.
Lake Eitmslii Coal Co.
HAVE0N HAND AND TO ARRIVE AN
abundant supply of
Families nnd tho trade generally supplied at
the lowest market rates.
.Cmtbal Offick: No. 3S South College
reel, next door to Engine House.
HORNER & OrAFF,
I'roduce Commission Merchants,
AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
CHEESE. BCrTER, HRIED FRUIT.
Seeds. Split Peas, Beans, Hominy, Pearl Barley
Grits, Oat Meal, ete etc.
38 Mala NtrpflU Cincinnati.
tt Particular attention given to tho purchase
ana sale ot uratn, iloar, i'roTision;, etc.
aug .r- 3W
W. H. Morgan, M.D. D.D.S.
ggHAS RETURNED TO THE CITY.
Office: No. 117 Church street, Nashville. Tenn
ri i nnn NB- and tw year ld
fjyjyyjyjyj vines of the most popular vario
ty in the country, among the
Concord nnd Ives' Seedlings,
being now more generally planted than any
Those wishing to plant out VINYARD3 this
fall and winter, had better send in their orders
soon if they want to be supplied with tuperior
v mas. not grown under giais.
U. W. (1. rAXHE.
Vostonlce, Nashville, enn
Important to Shippers of Cot.m.
rpiIK l-NDERSIONED HAVE DETER-
J mined to rednco the Starageand Commis
sion on all Cotton coniigned,to them on wagons
Two Dollars por Bale.
Webeirto sav to our frinmla fhnt wa rannot
handlo their produce for notuing. and do it
honestly: but will guarantoo to them FAIR
make eales for them at the hlGUEST market
price, ana will cuarge them a fair commission
lor so doing.
By using every exertion to make it to the in
terest of, our patrons, wo solicittboirpatronage,
JAB. YHtSU53 & UU.
THUS. VARICES 4 CO.
McCREA A CO.
November 11. 1863 nov!51m
Attention, Ootton Shippers!
BAILEY, ORDWAY & CO.
T ESPBCTFULLY INFORM THEIR
AX Iriendsand the public generally, that Uhey
are nreparea ana
Will Handle Col ton n Low an Aaj
siOMIionniuin iiuujh iu sue ;IIJ
BAGGING, ROPE AND TIES,
Of every description, as Io iv as the IiOwfHt
Cash advanced on Cotton consigned to their
inendsiq Cincinnati, riew Orleans, KcwYork
Having a Comprejs in full operation, can savo
shippers SO per cent, on all freights to New
xorKorlsotton. novls tf.
To Planters and Shippers of Cotton
WE ARE NOW PREPARED IN OUR
larce and commodious Brick Warehouses
on Clark and Church streets, to store-ship and
sell all cotton entrusted to us, at the exceeding
low rale ol uix. abwmjw a-cii ualki
No commisnons charged for selling, and no ad
ditional chaige on storage lor six months. AM
cotton insured unless otherwise instructed. VI i
aro nrenarod te make liberal advances on cot
tnu shipped to our friends in Liverpool, New
Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Cincinnati
and New Orleans, nt regular bank rates of in
terest, and without any charge of commission
We respectfully solicit a liberal share of your
nov2P tf . FBK.VCH V BROWN.
WANT Ii .
IWA"NT A MAN. TO TAKE THE AOENCV
for Lloyd's (Jrost Double Revolving Maps of
Europe and America, with iho 4,000 county col
ored Map of the United States on the back, is
sued to-day. and needed by every family, school
and library in tho land, with patent reverters,
by which either may can be thrown front. Each
man is 62x64 inches large, with ribbon binding
and doubled-faced rollers; cost J100.WO and.
three years' labor. Price 5.. worth $50. A
small capital will do to start with. J10 a copy
can be got for theso maps. Send far circular,
terms, etc. Twenty new maps under way.
J. T LLOYD,
nov20 diwlm P. 0. Box 123, Atlanta, Oa.
C. IT. ROWLAND.
RO"WTjA.17D & CO.,
' . COTTON FACTORS
i . Noi 40 WEST SECOND STREET.
; 3 Liberal advances made on consignments.
CHAS U. BDCHANAN.
"BUCHANAN & CO.,
TrnOLtSlLK DZALEL3 IX
Fine Bourbon & Rye Whiskies
; And Proprietors of tho Celebrated Brand of
, Sim 9 assd 12 I'ubllc ZABttlntr,
sepl tf CINCINNATI.
SAML. M. MURPHY & CO
Nos. Wand 19 "West Columbia St,
SISTILLERS OP COLOGNE SPIRITS. Al
cohol and Domestlo Llqnors. Dealers in
rbon and Rye Whiskies. Proprietors of the
celebrated brand of Orange Valley Whiskey.
NO. t WEST FEONT STREET
Foreign Wines and Liquors,
AND HAVANA CIOAILS,
PIPER llFIDSICK CnAPAQSE,
Wm, Tonuscr & Co.'a EUlpbnrjr Ale,
Kxirn cnmtanllv nn hand a larva stock ot Pure
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
suit the trade.
All roods from this houso warrantea to no
genuine. sep3 tf
EAGLE STOVE WORKS.
ESTAI1IJSHED IN 1814.
H. BURTON & CO.,
Stoves, Hollow Ware, etc.,
Nos. If, 13 and 15 West Second St.,
INVITE ATTENTION OF DEALERS IN
Stoves to their large assortment of Patterns
suitablo for the Southern and Southwestern
BROWN & JELKE,
BUT AND SELL
and all kinds of
Broom Materials, Machines and Tools.
ho. a WAi.NrrsTKF.irr.
Cincinnati, - - - Oliio.
1. H. U'rEBBAN.
I. A. B4QBT.
McFerran, Armstrong & Co.,
CURERS OP TIIE CELEBRATED
No. 21 Main and 19 and 2 i Washington
Ijouisville, Ivy .
R. H. G-ROOMES & CO.,
AXD DXALIE3 IX
METALLIC BMAL CASES.
OFFICE No.-42 JtORTlI CITERRY ST.
WILL ATTEND TO ALL FUNERALS IN
the citv and sarroundlng countrr. with
first-class Hears ea. including a Deauulul
ITEABSE FOR cniLDUEK.
H.nlai... fnTaVl K.1 Onl.M l.f .1 ,Ka AfilA
will be promptly attended to.
Undertakers in the country can be furnished
witbxlurial.Casesat me lowest wcoiecaiepnces.
Particular attention paid to uisintcrmcnu,
Removing and Shipping of Bodies.
I.AHGKNT STOCK OF
CIGARS, TOBACCOS, PIPES, etc
EVER OFFERED IN THIS MARKET.
J. & X.. WUORLEY,
-arn An RnrtTII MARKET STREET WOULD
JN call the attention of the Trade to their large
and varied assortmont oi uigars, .Aooacoos,
Pipes, et&, including in part tno following :
500.009, Imported and Domestic, from $10 to
$180 per thousand.
250 Butts Virginia Chewing Tobacco, the best
500 Caddies Bright Tens
600 " BrightVflb.
100 " Dark Tens
50 " " J41b. " .
50 " Navy Lj lb.
50 ' Pocket Piece "
50 Drums Fig "
100 butts Kentucky '
23 Qross Sunnyside fine cut chewing tobacco.
2000 lbs. best brand Macaboy Snuff. ' '
100 boxes Pack Scotch " t r .
25 " BotUe " "
25 " 2os.Can
1000 lbs. B. F. Qravely's Best
5000 " in Bales.
2000 " in Bbls.
100 Gross in boxes.
Large lot of Mecrchaums.
100 doi. imitation. "
500 doi. Woden Pipes.
200 boxes Virginia Clay Pipes.
Aliof which are offared at the lowest market
market price, and cheaper tbanlhe same goods
cau oo purcuiuou tu win etiy.
aug27 3m 47 South Market streets
A. & W. R ANNIE,
21 IIBOAD STREET,
TT7-HOT.ESALB BAKERS AND CONFEC-
YV tioners. Manufacturers of all kinds of
n.nrlim. Crackers, etc.. etc.. beg to call the at
tention of the City and Cuuntry Merchants to
their large and wen assorted swck oi
Candies and Confectioneries,
all of which have been made of the best mate
i hr irtmntnt workmen.
Aln. iust received fresh Layer Raisins. Figs,
Nuts of all kinds. Citron, Lemon Peel, Canned
Fruits, Preserves, Jellies, Oysters, bardines. etc,
Alan, a l&rce and snlendid assortment ol
FKENCH AND GERMAN TOYS and Fancy
Articles, carefully selected ot mo newest pal'
te AiVn . UriB assortment of FIRE-WORKS 1
Butter, Pic-nic, Soda, Sugar, Aerated and
Cream Crackers, all of which will be sold very
Country Merchants are respeciiuny requested
to give us a call.
24 Broad street.
It is an elegant Dressing for the Hair.
It oansos the Hair to Curl beautifully.
It keeps tho Scalp Clean and Healthy.
It Invigorates the Roots of the Hair.
It forces thellair and Beard to grow luxuriantly.
It Immediately stops Hair Falling Out.
It keeps the Hair from Changing Color from Ag .
It reator w Grey Hair to ita Original Color.
It brings out Hair on hoads that have been
It is composed entirely of slmnla and rmrel
It hu received over six thousand voluntary
testimonials of its excellence, many ofwhio'i
are from physicians In high standing.
It is sold in half ponnd bottles (the name blow
In the glass.) by Druggists and Dealers in ?an07
Qczis everywhere, at One Dollar per Bottle;
sale by Demas Barnes k Co., F. C. Wells
A Co.. Schleffelin A Co., New York.
MT. OLIVET CEMETERY
FOR SALE BY
A. NXXSOtf & CO.,
No. 15 North Cherry St.,
HAS JUST RECEIVED AN ELEGANT
lino of GENTLEMEN'S DRESS GOODS.
which he will make up to order, in the latest
and most fiaished style, at the lowest possible
Ha is also in receintof a v&rietv of Praih
Goods for ordinary wear, and offers to gentle
men in bnjiness suits of the latest natterni and
most durable material. Call and inspect his
goods at No. 15 North Cherry street.
b. ir. Bisnor.
V. T. BISHOP.
X. b. Bisaor.
K. M. BISHOP &C0.,
No. 3G Main Street,
&ILEY, ORDWAY & CO.
COTTON & TOBACCO PACT0ES,
NOS. 0, 8, IS, II, ie, BROAD ST..
N RETURNING THANKS TO OUR PA
trons for thevery liberal oalronoce bestowed
upon us during the past, we respectfully solicit
a continuance of the same for tne present sea
son. Having secured, in addition to the exten
si?o houses in which our business has heretofore
been conducted, tne commodious warenouses
adjoining, and formerly occupied by sirniian,
Clieney v Key, we flatter ourselves that 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. OK I) WAY, J.
ss. (U1WKV and VXl'V. U.J. CHUNKY,
(the latter formerly of the firm of Stratton,
Cheney & Roy.) who will see to the faithful and
prompt execution of all orders relative to the
sale of cotton.
Via will keen constantly on hand a large and
complete stock of
BAGGING. HOPE AND IltON'TIEN
of every description, which we will sell at the'
very lowest market price.
Our Grocery Department is in the hands
of D.H BAILEY and JOHN WILLIAMS. We
have a very large and well selected
jStoole of Groceries,
and in constant receipt of additions, which we
aro offering to our friends and tho general trade
at terms as low and reasonable as any house ia
Col. MiMliaon Mmtton will retain his of
fice in our counting-room, and will be pleased to
meet and deal with his numerous old friends.
sep2ctf BAIIJCT, OltllWATAl O.
UNION BANK NOTES.
rN ACCORDANCE WITH AN ACT OF THE
L Legislature of Tennessee, passed December
12th. 18. entitled an act "To emedite the dis
tribution of the effects of Banks, which hare or
may make assignments among their creditors,
notice is hereby given to the holders of thoaotM
of Till Uxtox Base or Tixsasair to file them
with the undersigned, at tho Bank in Nashville,
between now and the 1st day of January, eigh
teen hundred and sixty-nine, (1869.) and receive
certificates therefor, or they will be forever
barred from any participation in the assets oi
the Bank. The certificates will be received it
fab in Payment for debts due the ilanx, waetn
er tendered before or after the 1st of Janu
ary. 18C9. JOS. W. ALLEN. Trustee.
Dec 20. ISftt. 21-flm
THIS INVALUABLE MINERAL WATER,
recently bottled, can now be had at the
well-Enown house or
JJUIMOVIILE & CO,
corner of Church and Cherry etreoti.. NashTille.
Tennessee, who has been appointed Agent for
the city or Hashviue, and win Keep a constant
supply on hand, fresh from tho Springs, to meet
As a remedial agent, in many depraved con
ditions of the system, and in some of the worst
enroma nuincau, u luitua uuniucutwiu
after at least roarr veins' experience of its
vjtucs. In all
Scrofulous Tain Is of (lie mood, Ih HUla
Diseases, Ih BroKcbltlu, Cliroole
r)TnciisIn, Kidney DlKensennd I'llee,
its cures have been many and very marked. The
same is true of FEMALE COMPLAINTS, as is
known to many hundreds who have experienced
its healing qualities. Sea pamphlets on the
counter of the above house lor certiucates, an
alysis and letters of many eminent physicians,
NnsIiTilte References. Dr. Thomas L.
Maddin, Hugh Douglas, Esq., ilsj. .Campbell
Brown, v. u. Ltovexsq.
MemBhlH Refes-eaees. Col. D K. Mo
Rea. Edmonds & Pettigrew. gam'l Hoaby. Mer
cer Utey, tapt. J . .31. Pettigrew, P. cousins.
HI. Louis References. Dr. J. J Clarke.
Judge Wm. F. Ferguson. John Blood. D. o,
Carter, Dr. M. D. Fallen. J. T. Swarengen.
Daniel Glasgow, Dr. Barrett, Gun- T.L.Prito,
JAMES A. FBAZIEB. Prop'r
AVM. H. SALE. Traveling Agent
W. G. &i JUL. ai. Brien.Jr
Attorneys and Counselors at XaW,
VTOT HA VINO IN COURSE OP ERECTION'
i.1 a Tailoring .Establishment, (ana no prospect
of any.) and having no goods to dispose of at a
mall advance on cost I To rentl omen furnish
ing these goods I would say, that I will fix them
up in tho best style and at priees to suit these
bard times. ,
Not havinf the means to nrocura foreisrn tales t.
and being vain enough to believe that (basing
cut most successfully for Mr. Sam Pritchitt for
over ten years,) I have native talent of my ow
and will devote my best energies to suit all who
may favor me with .heir patronage.
By-the-hv. I have secured tho. services of a
professional Renovator of clothes, (the best In
the country.) andean guarantee satisfaction in
that line. BAN. J. SCANLAN,
5 College st (Earn Pritchltt's old stand.)
oett tf Up stairs.
Hooper Harris & Co.,
General Commission Merchants,
36K BROADWAY, NEW TOKH.
CASn ADVANCES MADE ON CONSION
ments, by our Agent, Mr.lt, F. Kevins,
8s8outh Market street, Nashville, Tenn.
Refer to J. C. Crory, Cashier first National
Bank, and to Merchants of Narhville generally.
J T. WARREN & CO.
IMPOETEES AND JOBBEBS,
CAJfXED GOODS, PICBXES,
Saaces, Fish, Gcrmaa Prcxlace, etc..
NO. 53 MAIN STREET"
Reis Brothers & Co..
35 WAXXUT STREET
Between Fourth and Colombia,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
limlrarg and Swiss Cheese.
HOLLAND HEKKINQ, SAKBKIXES.
AacboTls, etc, etc.
Fish and Canned Qoods of every deecriptlo-
FALL AND WINTER TBADE
CONSISTING OF TRIMMED AND UN
trimmed Hats and Bonnet. Plumes, Flow
ers. Feathers and Ornaments. Suk asd Velvet
Ribbons. Velvets, Crapes, M alines. Veil Nets,
Silk Tissue. Frosted Illusions. Bonnet Wire.
Beads, Laces, Fringes. Ruches, etc., etc, inst
openeaoy nuaani scun,
seplS3m A o.zi union street.
Merchants, Take Notice !
CLAPP & CO.,
14 BUANE STREET, NEW TOES,
536 Ijrtii ATeax ErooUja, Tin lift.
RESPECTFTJLLT BEO LEAVE TO IN
form the merchants of Winchester. Tenn..
that they are now prepared to fill orders for
urjrooai or notions wita d per cent, on u
O.D. They refer to Wm. J. blatter. Editor
Home Journal. They will be able to furnish
you goods cheaper than they can be purchased
by any other parties, as they are continually In
the auction rooms.
. CLixrox Ur-irr. . cbxs. b. kotos.
Of Harrisonburg. Va. Of Winchester. Va.
WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR THE
well-known Z. Wari brand of
which we will sell in quantities to suit.
AT LOTJISVILI.F. PRICES.
This Bagging weighs tw ponud to the yard,
uniform throughout, and is acknowledged to be
superior to any manufactured in Kentucky.
REIO, CUADBOD1UI fc CO.,
Corner or Clark and Frost Streets.
115 HOUSES AND LOTS IN NASHVILLE.
150 VACANT LOTS in Nashville.
40 HOUSES AND LOTS in Edgefield.
2U0 VACANT LOTS in Edgefield.
130 FA RMS in Davidson county.
100 FARMS in Bnmner. Wilson. Maurr.
Williamson. QUei and other countlM of Ten
nessee and other estates.
i m i rvi . in ? I ..... 1 , 1. V
ww.ww.ac i Alius avauvint uitvuta
Tennessee, Alabama and Texas at from fifty
cents to five dollars Der acre.
Call and get a bulletin, giving full deserip"
lions oi our property.
AKK1NUTON.FARRAR A WEAKLEY.
Real Estate Brokers, No. 79 Church it-
DR. DIXON HAS RETURNED TO THE
city, and is prepared to wait upon all wish
inr his ierrices.it nriccs to suit the times. All
Dental operations warranted.
umce no, wi, unerry stroet, next to max we
House. nov 1-Zmll
McCREA & CO.,
HUGH McCREA fe CO.
Cotton and Tolacco Factors,
Produce & Commission Merchants)
3 ic'tmi market;
sg mourn coi.i.ie:ntkeeis.
WITHOUT A RIYJlLI
Aa IUostratcd Wcelilj Paper.
Devoted to the Farm, the Garden, and the
is rosuaaxD ivxar tehsssit it
Columbia and Nashville, Tenn.
TKRMS-S3 A YEAR. IN ADVANCE.
Tin Drxn Fieuix is the only Weekly Agricul
tural paper in Tennessee, or in the entire South,
and is canal to the best. Address.
myOtf Columbia. Tenn.
COOPER, HAILE & CO.,
70B TBS ain or
COTTON, DRIED FKUITS, TEAUDTS
.SD PRODUCE GENERALLY,
NO. 48 VINE STREET. CINCINNATI. OHIO.
Libera adranees made upon consignments.
oc HJ 3m
JAMES WHELESS '& CO.,
Cotton and Tobbacco Factors
. 66 sad 68 Soath College Street,
TKTlLh GIVE SPECIAL ATTENTION 0
V Y all business entrusted to their care
oct6dU. Bagging and Rope.
WE HAVE ON HAND A LARGK STOCK
TT of Rope and Bagging, at low prices.
Ky. Pr. Bsecinc. :
J. II. Bagging - .. 233
Heavy flax Bagging...- . lio
Commission Merchants. Mashvillo. Tenn.
GET THE BEST.
X WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE
Publio that I am still manufacturing, and
Keep always on hand,
i Tho Beat Quality of MattreBses,
such as Hair, Spring. Shuck, Moss, Cotton, Cot
tnn nnrl Shnrlr.
Also, Feather Reds, Comforts and everything
in the Bedding line, which will be sold at the
All Dersons w! shine Mattresses, etc. will find
it to their interest to give me a call before pur
, Old Mattresses neatly renovated.
' E. II. MILLER,
ns?17 2m No. 9 North College street.
DR. JOHN- BULL'S
Bill's Ceira Bitters.
Arkaaias Heard From
"TESTIMONY OF1IEDICAI, JIEX.
Stoner Point. Wnlte Co, Art, May 53, CO
D. JoHHBntt. D arSlr: Last February
I was in Louisville purchasing drugs, and 1
trot aomo of vour sarsaparilla and Cexlron
My son-in-law, who was with me In the
store, had been down with the rheumatism
for sot ie time, commenced on the bitten, and
soonfi und his general health improved.
Dr. tllst, who haa keen la bad health, tried
them, i nd he also improved.
Dr.C)nee.whob(s been in bad-health lor
several rears stomach and uvxa effected
ho impi 3 red very much by the use ofyour bit
ten, ii deed the Cedron Bitten has civen
Sou grei t popularity In OJa s.tUcmeut. 1
link y n could sell a great quantity ot your
medicfn this lall cneci.ii nf
droallit trsand Sariaparllla. Ship mo via
oicuipun huqvi ok&cu a rteeiy,
C Ii. VTALKKB
Bull's Worm Destroyer.
TO "iCT CKITXtl 8TATZS AMD WOSD
I have received manv testimonials fmrn nro
fessional and medical men, as my almanacs
and various publications have shown all ot
whleh are genuine. The following letter
from a highl y edueated and popular physician,
in Georgia, is certainly one of the most teDSi
ble communications I have ever received. Dr.
Clement knows exactly what he speaks of and
his testimony daservee.to be written in words
of gold. Hear what the Doctor says ot Bull's
Vallxxot.Walzsii Couxtt. Gj
Ds. JO'JK BCLt Dear Sir: I have reccntlf
given your "Worm Destroyer" several trials
and'Dnd it wonderfully efficacious. It has net
failed in a single instance to have the wished
for effect. I am doing a pretty large coun
try practice, and have daily use fbr some ar
ticle of the kind. I am free to confess that I
know of ne remedy recommended by the
ablest authors that is so certain asd speedy
lnits effects. On the contrary they are un
certain in the extreme. My object In writing
Sou is to una out upon what terms I can get
ie medicine directly from you. It I can get
it upon easy terms, I shall use a great deal of
It. I am aware that the use of such articles
is contrary to the teachings and practice of
a great majority of the xxoclab line of
if. D.'t, but I seeno Jnst canse or good sense
In discarding a remedy which we know to be
efficient, simply because we may be ignorant,
of tscombination. For my part, I ehall make
it inleto nsa all and any means to alleviate
sulle n i humanity which. X may be able to
command not hesitating because some ona
mora ingenious than myself may have learn
ed ita effects lint, and secured the sole right
io secure mat xnowieuge. uowever, l am uy
no means an advocate or supporter of the
thousands worthless nostrums that flood the
country, that purport to cure all mannerot
disease to which human flesh is heir. Please
reply soen, and inform me ofyour best terms
l am, sir. moss respeciiuny,
JULIUS P.r.CIfMSNT. at. D
A GOOD REASON FOR THE
BRAD TUB CAPTAIN'S LETTER AND
THE LETTFE FROM HIS MOTHER.
Benton Barracks, Mo., April 30, '06.
Da. Jons Bull- Dear Sir: Knowlnr th
eCicienev of your Sanaparilla, and tho heal
ing and bencucial qualities it possesses, I send
you the following statement oi my case:
i was wounaeu annul two vean ago was
taken prisoner and confined for sixteen
months. Being moved so often, my wounds
have not healed vet. I have not sat ur a mo-
ment since 1 was wounded. I am shot through
too nips, aiy general neaita is impaired, ana
I need something to assist nature. 1 have
more faith in your Sarsaparilla than anything
else. I wish that that was genuine, llease
express me half a dozen bottles, and oblige
P. 3. Tne following was written Aurll 31.
1US5, by lfrs.;Joiinson,;motbor.of,Capt'.Joba.
Da. BULiDcarStr: Mr husband. Rr.C.3.
Johnson, was atkiilful surgeon and obysicias
inienirai rew lorz.wnere ne aieu, leaving
theabovo C. P.Johnson to my care. At thir
teen yean of age he had a chronic diarrnea
ana scroiaia, ior wnicn i cave mm your oana
rar.lla. It ccaxn him. I have for ten vean
recommended it to many lniew Tork. Ohio
ana lowa, tor scroroia, lever sores, ana gen
eral debility. Perfect success has attended
it. mo cures enecteu in some cases oi scrv
fulaand fever sores wero almost miraculous.
I am very anxious for my son to again have
reraurso to vour SarsaDarilla. Ho is fearful
of getting a spurious article, hanco bis wri-
untr (O you lorii. xili wuunus were lemuia
but I believe be will recover.
. . . J
DR. JOHN BULL,
Manuficturer'andlVender; or tho; Celebrated
SMITH'S TONIC SYROP f
FOR THE CURE OP
AGUE AND FEVER,
OHOrjL.r.S AJST FEYER
The proprietor of this celebrated aedtcina
justly claimi fbr it a superiority over all rem
edies ever offered to the public for the safe,
certain, speedy and permanent euro or Auu
and Fever, or Chills and Fever, whether of
shortorlongstantUag.Ue refers to tho en
tire Western and South-western country to
bear him testimony to the truth of the asser
tion, that In no case whatever will it fall to
cure, if the directions are strictly followed
and carried out. In a great many cases a sin.
gledose has been sulhcient for a cure, and
whole families bare been cured by single bot
tle, with a perfect restoration oi general
health. It Is, however, prudent, and In every
case more certain to cure, IX ita use is contin
ed In smaller doses for a week or two after
tho disease haa been cheeked, mora especially
in dJJ&colt and long standing eases, usually,
this medicine will not roqulxo any aid to keep
tho bowels In ood order; should the patient
however, require a cathartic medicine, after
having taien three or four dosca of the Tonic,
a single dose of Bota's Vegetable r tally
PIUi will be sufficient
DR. JOHN BULL'S Principal Office:
No. IO Firth. Crou atrttt
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Berry, Dcaorllle & Co.,