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NASHVILLE UNION AND AMERICAN. SlTtJRDAX DECEMBER 6, 1868.
i in iii iiii iim TTmnm-nriTsri
TOttON AOT AMERICAN
A YauUcc Community on n Lonely 1st
Inad A Romance or (ho Sontb At
lantic. From an article In the London
Atheneum on the recent voyage of
Prince Alfred in the frigate Galatea,
"vve extract the following account of
a curious little community dwelling
On quitting Hio, the romance of
mo-voyage began ay a caiiai insiau
d'Acunha, the largest rock in a lone
ly group of islets rn the great waters
a group which is said to be fur
ther away from other settlements
than any other land in the world.
Here is a prime fact for -romance.
One of the three rocks is called In
accessible, a second Nigbtinffale, and
the third Tristan. The nearest spot
on which men live is St. Helena;
and that dwarf island is a trifle of
1,200 miles to the north. A little
story, something like that of the
Pine Islanders, like that of the Pit
cairn Islanders, lends charm to this
lonely group. During the early days
of Napoleon's captivity in St Helena,
a few sappers and guards were
thrown upon Tristan, who dug a
ditch, raised a battery, threw up log
huts and cleared a "patch of soil.
When they had been a year on their
lonely station, they were fetched
away, -no oho knew why. A corpo
ral by the-name of Glass got leave
to stay behind and keep the placo
for tbo British crown. Three Yan
kees had been there before, one of
whom,"a man named Jonathan Lam
bert, had taken possession of the
islet, not for the great republic, but
for Jonathan Lambert himself, who
was declared by Jonathan, in a reg
ular proclamation, to be sovereign
owner and prince of the then lonely
rocks. Jonathan being gone, Glass
took up the scepter, and persuaded
two fellows to stay and share his em
pire. Happily Glass had a wife, a
creole woman, and two children, so
that human interests came into play
at once. The little party, after mak
ing Glass Governor of the island,
fell on the soil, part of which Lam
bert had cleared, and harvested
vast quantities of potatoes. Now
and then a stray seaman joined the
colon-, and two women came among
them from the distant cape. Seven
3ears after Glass and his folks were
left alone, the colony had grown in
to twenty-two men and three women.
Glass told the Captain of H. M. S.
the Berwick, " that they only re
quired a few more women to make
the place an earthly paradise."
Glass is now dead, and his little
colony exists without cither gov
ernor or government ; the men
growing potatoes and making shoes,
and the women, strange to sa
The Prince went on shore and
visited the shanties of those curious
people, to whom the chaplain offered
his services in baptizing all the
3'ouugstcrs and marrying all the
stray couples who might feelvirtous
ly inclined and read' for the yoke.
The j-oungstcrs came up in troops
to be baptized; but when the rev
erend gentleman mentioned mar
riage, the maidens were C03 and the
bachelors shy to appear. Perhaps
they did not like marrying in the
Prince's presence. Mr. Miller gave
them two hours to consider his
proposition, and lingered in vain.
As he says, with much professional
regret, there wen- seven girls on tkc
island old enough to ranrry, and
seven young men, all of whom were
"eligible" for the sacriGcc, yet the
two hours slipped away without
bringing the young men or the
blushing girls to the altar of lrymen.
The Prince could not wait; and the
British chaplain, though burning
with zeal to bind these benighted
swains and nymphs in holy matri
mony, had to push off for the Gala
tea, leaving them as wild in morals
and free m life as they had been be
fore his advent. Who will not sym
pathize iu such a case of clerical dis
Irll.VTH )I" THE 3L, AUG EST Si AS
31 AHYLAM I).
John ti. Elliott died at his residonco, in
Queen Anna's county, Md., on Sunday
the 22d inst.. need fiftv-nine vears. He
was the largest man ever raised in Mary-
, , i ... tl.:,,l C.n...
imiu, uuu (jeiiiujjo m wo umnuuin
A fow vears ago, while exhibiting, lie
weighed nearly five hundred pounds ; of
late he had fallen off, and his weight was
reduced to less than lour hundred
pounds. In height he was five feet ton
inches, and two Teet across from shoulder
io 6houldcr. . He generally enjoyed good
health, hut the disease from which he
died carried him off after a fow days'
illness. He was a native ol Queen Anne'e
county, hut was well known in the ad"
A COJirORTAULK VfCAIlAUE.
The most lucrative living in the Eng
lish church has just been made vacant
bv the death of its late holder. This is
tlie Hvinsr of Doddincton. a country
parish, to which is joined also that of I
Marsh, and it is worth the round sum pi
eight thousand pounds a year. The gift
belong to a nobleman, not an arch
bishop, and he is likely to be as closely
run down bv annlicants for the position
xas Gen. Grant it by the olfiee-eeekers for
lorcipn 111133100? anil trie use. io ouic
that Gen Grant can dispose of yields, in
a leciumatc wav, fortv thousand dollars
in gold, and certainly no popular preacher
in America receives such a s.ilorv lor uis
A TiMisixi; school for domestics lim
Inn" bcou in contemplation l7 bonovo-
"leiit persons in New York, and it is now
uiseited that such an institution will
troun be nribliihed. The question, liow-
cver. nriM'.-i, will young girls attend such
it wsLoiil when thev can lie trained in
ii famiU, and at tho namo titno re
ceive their food and lodging at S'l per
week for tlii'ir services? It is asserted
that at certain times of the year the 6up-
tflv of female labor in lariio cities greatly
oreeeds the demand. At these periods
ignorant and unskilled women suffer
many hardships from tho lack of em
ulnvment. and a trainins-school would
then have no difficulty in obtaining pu
Thrt third annual session of the Ohio
Dental Association commenced at Colum
bus on the 1st inst Tho Exrcutivo Lorn-
uflltee reported the following business for
the association: Subjects for discussion
1. What aro the indications for tho ex
traction of teeth ? What are the best
means for controlling the How of saliva
durins operation ? il. Mechanical den
tistry. 4. Dental medicines. U. Methods
for the preservation of tho dental pulp.
0. Election of officers.
It is asserted that a vrv "loyal ' :iml
very iiious editor in Troy, New York,
wliosepjinpathics have always been deep
ly moved in Italian oi mo siiuerm ncj;ri).
lias suffered his own father to die m an
lnwa noorhoiise. without sending him the
nid l.u was amtdv able to furnich. The
inuir did man had the misfortui.e to be
' Tho Norfolk Journal condemns tho
conduct of some of its citizens whochargo
oxnrbitatit nricos for all they have to sell,
but invariably go North to puichaso
nf wear. etc. for their own use.
THE PRICK OF I.ECTIJKEJS,
The circular of tbo American Lite
Rnreau. of New York, a'usoCul en
terpfise, which aims to facilitate the in
tarcoursa between lectures and the pub
lie, or rather tho literary societies who
represent tho public in tho matter of lec
tures, contains the names of a number
of lecturers, more or Jess umous, some
of whom mention tbo terms upon whicn
they speak. At tho risk of being indis
creet, wo copy some of these terms : Miss
Olive Logan heads tho list Sho roceWea
Irom2ou to S125 per lecture. Matilda
Heron refuses to make engagements be
foro the first of January. Mark Twain
mav be heard for $100: Theodore Tilton
and lloraco Greeley for from $175 to
150, "with modifications," whatever
that may mean; T. W. lligginson for
from $75 to S50: l'rof. l oumans ana
P. Whipplo for from $100 to $75 ; Mar-.
doch for from $150 to $125; Justin
McCarthv for $100: and the list varies,
me lowest in nnce uem " ns,"
to sav that we have mentioned only a
few of tho names wo find on the circui
lar, and that many do not namo their
terms. N. 1. l ost.
The following is the inscription for tho
monument being erected on J uan rer
nandez, to "Hobinsoa Crusoe. :'
in hzuobt or
Anativo of Largo, in the County of Fife,
Scotland, who lived on this island,
in complete solitude for; four
years and four months.
He was landed from tho Cinque Ports
galley, 96 tuns, 18 guns, A. D. 1704,
and was taken on in tne jlukc,
privateer, 12th Feb. 1709.
He died Lieutenant of H. M. S., Wey
mouth, A. D. 1723, aged 47 years.
This tablet is orected near Selkirk's look
out, by CoitMODOEE Powell and
Officers of H. M. S.
Topaze, A D. 1868.
W. C. COLLIER,
WlioIeRiUo and Urtntl Deatxr
AUNOLD'N WRITING FLUID,
corviNa ink, inc.
also, DcrosrrosT roa tee
American Bible Society,
1XD AUSKT rOB TBt
I'llKMIIXTEKIAN COMMITTEK OK
Donoin tho neatest and latest styles at short
XO. 10 UNIOS STRBiST,
Between College and Cherry streets.
No. 6 North College Street,
(Successor to Weakley & Yarbrougb.)
IS JDST IN RECEIPT OF A FRES11 STUCh.
of Groceries and Liquors, consisting in part
25 hhds New Orleans Drown bugar.
10 " " Clarified Sugar.
10 " " Demerara Sugar.
10 ban choico Bio Coffee.
20 bbls (Jolden birup.
25 " Crushed Sugar.
25 " Powdered Sugar.
60hlf-bbls Mackerel, assorted.
110 boxes Soap
200 " Star Candles.
100 " Starch.
100 " Cove Oysters.
100 casks Soda.
23 boxes Soda, 1 lb. papers.
50 dozen Brooms.
100 " Painted Buckets.
10J caddies assorted Teas.
25 boxes Mustard, assorted sites.
50 slumlord least i'owdcrs.
30 bbls Blacking.
25 cases Richardson' Matches.
15J boxes Pickles.
cigars, assorted brands.
W bbls J asnoha Flour.
100 ill aril Lick rlour-
50 boxes Cheese.
Wrapping I'npcr, l'epper Sance,
All of which will be sold eheap fcr Cash only.
In store a small lot of Mess Mackerel, as fino
as ever brought to this market.
B. L. WEAKLEY,
No C North College street.
X 8 U !i A N (J E.
Marine and Fm
t'nder tho !. charter, is nowoi-en .of t.uHue
ATMs. NOItTlt CUIiLSl1! '1
Nett Jo. r lit -m.r . llgloh
A. W. SHIl'I.KK.NnrplAi-r
John M. urn.
C. A. K. 'i'Duoii'SOQ,
Daniel F. Carter.
11. U. Chenti.Mii.
Watson M. Cooke.
U. L. Jones,
John W. Terras?.
U. W. llendorsnott.
A. 1. Adair s.
Josopn W. Allen..
J. LUMSDEN & CO.,
VlNCrinTDCIlS AMD ocilcls II
No. ui g. MARKET STREK'f. No. ai
Whalesale Storehouse for Reut.
JO. 49 PUULIC SQUARE,
occupied at i rescnt, by Messrs. l'urman. Ore n
4nev25tryt0 S. D. MQRGXN.
The following gentlemen are aufhorired
and reqpesled to act as Agents for the
Unioit and AjiEEiCAN,and lo receive and
receipt for subscriptions and advertisements
for the Bame:
B. G. Manard, Bristol.
S. N. Fain, Mossy Creek.
C. Austin, Austin's Mills.
Will. McCampbell, Knoxville.
Patten & Payne, Chattanooga.
H. Liggett, Kingston.
James B. Beed, Athens.
Hugh L. Fry, Sweetwater.
Capt. W. D. Haynes, Btouatville.
Marsh Ingel, Union Depots
. Col. Duflgan, Jonesboro.
Col. Wm. StringGeld, Eogersville.
Ogilvie & Haslewood, College Grove.
John W. Faxon, Clarksville.
M. V. B. Ingram, Springfield.
K. F. Ferguson, Peacher's Mill.
W. B Saddler, Fort's SUlion.
J. B. Wright, Gallatin.
J. H. Brocket!, Lafayette.
A. A. Swope, Carthage.
Dr. S. C, Bridgwater, Dixon's Springs.
W. G. Cox, Gainsboro.
T, Turney and J. A. Fancher, Sparta.
T. Whaley, Smithyille.
E, Kirkpatrick,JJutler'a Landing.
A. O. H. P. Sehorn, Murfreeaboro.
W. H. McFerrin, Woodbury.
Howard W. Newman, Winchester.
H. L. Walling, McMinnville.
O. H. P. Harris, Livingston.
E. F. Hunt, Tnllahoma.
D. P. Bathbone, Manchester.
E. G. Curlle, Bradyvllle.
Wm. Barton, Keadyville.
John Laws, Farmington.
A. A. Steele, Lewisburg.
' McCord and Ogilvie, Unionville.
G. P. BaBkette. and M.B.Moorman &
Geo. W. Morgan, Fayetteville.
Dr. J. B. Mathews, Edgefield.
Simpson & Cleland, Brentwood.
T. J. WaUon, S. B. RozelL Franklin.
J. B. Stephenson, 8pring Hill.
Banks & Drake, Thompson' Station.
D. Shelton, Columbia..
M. L. Stockard, and J. S. Griffith, Mt
A. H. Higdon, Lynnville.
Wm. Harris, Cornersville.
W. J. Kidgeway, ilkton. .
J, B. Osborne, Pulaski.
F. G. Tignor, "
E. W. Holt, Bunker Hill.
H. Denton, Cookerille.
Matthews & Davenport, Lawrenceburg.
Msj. Brashear, Linden.
W. L. Morris, Waynesboro.
A. G. McDougal, Savannah.
Col. L. McCullum, Centerville.
W. W. Hobbs.Waverly.
Tho. C. Morris, Charlotte.
G. B. Hughes, Clifton.
John Larkins, Johnsonville.
A. J. Shemwell, Dover.
J. M. Vester, Ashland City.
E. W. Yates, Mulberry.
B. H. Barry & Co., Lynchburg.
Thos. Comer, McMinnville.
Dr. A. M. Hall, Petersburg.
W. K, Loving, Richmond.
I. M. Johnson, Csgeville.
W. A. Steele, Camden.
Wm. Laudrum, Dresden.
Louis M. Williams, Newbern.
D. P. Shoffucr, Union City.
Cab. Shull, Purdy.
A. S. Currey, Trenton.
W.I. Westbrook, Brownsville.
Maj. John H. Bills, Bolivar.
N. Y. Cavitt, Paris.
Scales & Seward, Humboldt.
J. F. Davis, Hickman, Ky.
John L. Webb, Dyersbarg.
W. C. Vail, Chestnut Bluff.
Capt. W. Wheeler, Ripley.
W. J. Pitts, Double Bridges.
John T. Douglass, Covington.
Dr. D. H. Thomas & Co., Lanefield and
Maj. J.G. H Bradford, Woodvillo,
Nashville and Chattanooga
Olia.Mg'o of" Time.
O PASSENGER TRAINS WILL LEAVE !
Aj Nashville daily, as follows:
Dav Train G:I5 A. 31.
NIKUt J rnlu. . .0:30 P.M.
Making direct connection at Chattanooga with
the Western and Atlantic Railroad for Atlanta,
ilacon, Columbus, West Point, Aususta. Sa-
T-nnnnh and Alb&nr. Meoreia? r.uiauia. .Mont
gomery and Mobile, Alabama: Charleston and
Columbia!, South Carolina; Wilmington, Char
lotte and llaleign, Aorta Carolina, and inter
mediate points. , . ,
At Savannah passengers have choice of water
or rail route to Florida.
Kuoxvlllc. Bristol, Xynchburtr, lc-
lerwbursr, Kicnmnnu, Aorioia,
Wnwliinsrton City. Balti
more, Philadelphia and Sew York,
will make direct connections by taking the 0:00
v. Train out or iSasnville.
THIS IS THE HHORT BOTJTE
to Washington City, Baltimore, Philadelphia
and xnew iora.
FARE AS LOW AS ANY OTHER ROUTE.
Baggage Checked Through.
Pnlaco Bleeping Cars on all Night Trains.
Leaves Nashville .3:30 P. M.
Arrives at Wartrace .... 7:20 P. M.
Leaves iWartrace-. A00 A. M.
Arrives at Nashville W.-00 A. M.
Panencera for McMinnville and Manchester.
Winehester and Alabama or Jasoer Branch
Railroads will take the Day Train out of Nash
ville. J. W. IllUMAB,
W. L. DAK Lie, i . Bopcnntenaent.
(. T. Agent. novU tf
T E It MS E AST.
A GREAT BARGAIN IS OFFERED IN A
r Ilnn.n and T.ot on Houtb. Union street. The
house contains six rooms besides kitchen and
servant's rooms. It is convenient to the Spruce
Street Railroad, and is in one of the most
fin id!iiii art Aenm in r n i ini.
I have also a vacant lot on the corner of Col
lege and Jefferson streets, 95x181 fo.t. Inquire!
of C. J.ZEUTZSCUEU
Corner of S.Union and Vine streets.
Nashville and UorttrweBtera
lV AND AFTER NOVEMBER 22. 1S68.
J Pusscngcr Trains will run as lollows :
Leave Naihvillo at ........
Arrive at Union City at
Arrive at llickmin at
......5:00 a. M.
-5:00 p. H.
G:35 r. II.
Connecting at Union City with the Mobile and
Ohio Railroad, and at Hickman with the Mem
fit l.nnU 1'oi-li-t.f Htfnmera for I'o-
lnuibns, C'ntro, ctiiriMro. Mt. Lonl and
all tho prinripal points la tno west ana nonn-
Leave Ntuhville at 3:10 r. v.
Arrive at McKemieat - 10:30 r. II.
UuinbolJt at lZ:tta. u
Memphis at 0:25 a. v.
Connecting at Humboldt and Memphis with
Trains for Grruniln, Cttuion, JacKHon,
VlcUdliiirc, .Voir sirlrnnnnnd intermedi
Passengers will notice that this is the short
route to iHeimiQis, new uriosns, Cairo, si.
1.UU13 aau iuo .lurumi'su
- 1 X-.1 .
Tlckeln Hold and ltaircftKe cbeckctl
(hrons;ti to nil Imporlant polnlN.
1'arens lovr ntt nity ronlc.
T;Vto rnr 1a t I Tin Citv Transfer Office.
Maxwell Building. Church street, and at the
iNashville and Uhattanooga .""P".)
flen. Agent N.iN. W. R. R.
v r. iiAMr.v.Y.
' (Jencral Ticket Agent. lnov22 tf '
Oldest House in the City.
KsUblished iu 1310.
Baker, Confoctioner and Candy Manufacturer.
KO. 2t NORTH MARKET STREET,
XT AS JITST RECEIVED A LAROE AS-
LX sortmcnt of Fruits, Nuts, etc., including
Raisins, Citrons. FigJ. Currants, Date', Prunes,
together with a lirge supply ot treocu uoniec-
Also, just oponod a largo stock of Toys, Fire
Works and Fancy Uoods, suitable ior noiiuay
lie would call the attention of tho eountry
trade to Win lnrre unswrtmnnt nf Candies. Con
fections, etc., all of nhieh will be offered at the
veiy lowest prices. inovzi zm
pilE FIRST-CLASS RESIDENCE. NO. 21
North Vine street, now occupied by Dr.
W barton, is for rent next year. Itiain good
order, having been recently well repaired.
For terms apply at premises. " fnov22 tf.
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will guard with vigilance and firmness the
rights ef all the people, urging upon all, modera
tion, forbearance and a steady adherence to
and order, thereby enabling the people to
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mon country, feeling that these are endan
gered by the revolutionary schemes of the Radi
cal politicians, who now hold the legislative
powor of the government, we shall abate noth
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Schools and Education,
We will take especial pains to ascertain the
true situation of all Tour school and educa
tional interests, so as to keep our readers fully
posted in reja.d to thoso important matters.
Xoo much consideration cannot be given to the
educational interests of our State.
Our Manufacturing and Do
We shall constantly a her
people to be self-reliant, and shall do what we
may be able to indnce the establishment o
manafactories in our inldt for our home pro
ducts. To this end we will pay special attention
to tho cost and statistics of manufacturing,
and oxert ourselves to encourage the diversifi
cation of Southern industries and the develop
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havo e;urod the Agency for
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WITH COMBINATION LOCKS,
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Eoyal Tyrian and OaTmine Inks,
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R. T. KIRKPATRICK'S,
NO. 58 COLLEGE STREET.
" ADIES' CLOTH CLOAKS. IN GREAT
J variety, handsome and cheap.
'Hnd Blanketii. all sizes and finalities.
White andcolrred Flannels, splendid assort-.
Our stock of Silks. Irish Poplins. Empress
Cloths and Dress Goods generally, ia complete,
and will be sold at low figures.
Also, a fine line of Ladies' FURS.
r, h. FRiNcn.
e. a. KICnAEDSOS.
FEENOH, ANDERSON & CQ.,
71 South Market Street,
Nashville. - - Tennessee.
Exclusive crents of.Me.n. AV'ir.n .fe Iisioos.
Lessees of the Tenneiace Penitentiary, for the
sale ol tncir Agricultural Implements. Uastingf
and cedar w are. scpiu sm.
BAGGING AND ROPE.
WE HAVE IN STORE A LARGE LOT OF
Rarcin? and Roneat low nriees.
Ky. Py. Bagging, 2 lbs. to yard 21Ho
Mo. nagging, Ifi lbs to yard...
Rone, best machine, in coil and half coils-
-MIL.1U.N UUUivKllili atJO.,
novlT tf 43 and 50 Scuth Market street.
lUliC KinH&tB Coal CO.
HAVE ON HAND AND TO ARRIVE AN
abundant supply of
Families and the trade gonorally supplied at
the lowest market ratca.
(Cistril Ovkick: No. ."I South College
reet. next door to Kngine House.
Sep 3 3m
HORNER & GAFF.
Produce Commission Merchants,
AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
CHEESE. BUTTER, DRIED FRUIT,
Seeds, Split Peas, Beans, ITominj. Pearl Barley
Qrits, Oat Meal, etc.. etc.
Z Mala 8tre(. Cluclnuntl.
S Particular attention given to tho purchase
anu saio oi urain, t lour. Provisions, etc
ang ; 3m
W. H. Morgan, M.D. D.D.S.
pHAS RETURNED TO THE CITY.
Office: No. 117 Church street. Nashville. Tenn
p;n nnn one and two year old
tiy,UUU vinos of the most popular vario
ty in the country, among the
Concord and Ives Seedlings,
being now more generally planted than any
Those wishing to plant out VINYARDS this
fall and winter, had batter ..end in their orders
soon if thoy want to be supplied with superior
Vines, not grown under glaes.
U. IV. u. r-AXwa.
PoftofHco, Nashrille. enn.
Important to Shippers of Cottin.
mUE UNDERSIGN En TIAVE DETER-
1 mined to reduce thn Ktarmrsand Commis
sion on all Cotton consigned to them on wagons
or jwanruau, 10
Two Dollars per Bale.
handle their produce for nothing, and do it
honestly: but will euarantoo to them FAIR
AND HONEST WEIGHTS, and will always
mako sales for them at tbo HIGHEST market
price, and will charge them a fair commission
lor so doing.
By using every exertion to make it to the in
terest of our patrons, we solicit their patronage.
JAS. W11KLK5S & UO.
THOS. PARKES CO.
McCKEA A- CO.
November 11. 18(M novlSJm
Attention, Cotton Shippers!
BAILEY, ORDWAY & CO.
RESPECTFULLY INFORM THEIR
friends and the public generally, that ithey
are prepared and
Will IXnnille Coltou nit Low hh Any
Kospimsiuio mouse in tuo Cliy.
BAGGING, KOPE AND TIES,
Of every description, as 1aw as the T.owest
Cosh advanced on Cotton consigned to their
friends in Cincinnati, New Orleans, New York
Having a Compress in full operation, can save
(liippers 20 per cent, on all freights to New
xorKomoston. novlS tr.
To Planters and Shippers of Cotton.
"WK ARE NOW PREPARED IN OUR
t v largo and commodious Brick Warehouses
on Clark and Church streets, to store, ship ana
fell all coltou entrusted to us, at the exceeding
low rate of O.N'E I)OI.I.K I'KIt HAM.
No commissions charged for selling, and no ad
ditional chai go on storage lor six months. All
cotton insured unlcas otherwise instructed. We
are nrcDared to make liberal advances on cot-
. : i " . . . r.: i : - i : 1 r-,r-
Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Cincinnati
and New Orleans, at regular bank rated of in
terest, and without any charge of commission
Wo respectfully colicit a liberal share of your
nov20 tf FKKXCII A: rtKOYV.V,
T WANT A MAN TO TAKE THE AGENCY
JL for Lloyd's Ureat Double Revolving Maps of
liaropo aad America, wun me county col
ored Jiap of tho United States on tffb back, is
sued to-day, and needed by every family, school
and library in the land, with patent reversers,
hv mhifih rithcr mar can be thrown front. Each
map is 62xd inches large, with ribben binding
and doubled-faced rollers; cost 8100,000 and
three years' labor. Price $5. worth $50. A
small capital will do to start with. $10 a copy
can be got tor these maps, ocna ior circular.
terms, etc. Twenty new maps unuer way.
nov20diwlm P. 0. Box 122, Atlanta, Ga.
0. W. 80WLAHD.
EOWLAND & CO.,
NO- 46 WEST SECOND STREET.
4d Liberal advances made on consignments,
cut v. bcchahax.
BUCHANAN & CO.,
WEOLISILX DXALXL3 IX
Fine Bourbon & Rye Whiskies
And Proprietors of the Celebrated Brand of
Nos 9 and 13 I'ablie LaBdlBir,
SAML. M. MUEPHY & 00
Nos. 17 and 19 West Columbia St,
DISTILLERS OP COLOGNE SPIRITS. AL
eohol and Domestio Licjaors. Dealers ia
Bourbon and Rye Whiskies. Proprietors of the
celebrated brand of Orange Valley Whiskey.
NO. ' 6 WEST FRONT STREET
Foreign. Wines and Liquors,
AND HAVANA CIGARS,
PIPER Hf IDS5CK CHAMPAGNE,
Wm, Yoanser &. Co.'a Edinburgh Ale,
Knra constantly on hand a large stock ol 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 goods from this house warranted to be
genuine sep3 tf
EAGLE STOVE WORKS.
KSTABIX1UED IX 1811.
S. II. BUETOiV & CO.,
Stoves, Hollow Ware, etc.,
Nos. 11, 13 and 15 West Second St.,
INVITE ATTENTION OF DEALERS IN
Stoves to their largo assortment of Patterns
suitable for the Southern and Southwestern
markets. ang2J tf
BROWN & JELXE,
WHOLES AliE GROCERS
EOT AXD CELL
ZF'-OCGVl - COE1T
nn.l all Irtrwlt nf
Broom Materials, Machines and Tools.
KO. 2 WAM U I HTKU.1,
Cincinnati, - - - Oliio.
J. C. M FEBRlIf.
I. A. E10BV.
McFerran, Armstrong & Co.,
CURERS OF THE CELEBRATED
No. 21 Main and 19 and 21 Washington
R. H. G-ROOMES & CO.,
AXD DXALIE3 IV
METALLIC BURIAL CASES.
OFFICE No. 42 NORTH CTIERItY ST.
WILL ATTEND TO ALL FUNERALS IN
the city and surrounding country, with
nrst-class llearsoJ, including a Dtautnai
HEAI1SE FOB CiniJOBEN.
Carriages furnished. Orders left at the office
will be promptly attended to.
ITnrinrtakera in thecountrv can be furnished
with Burial Cases at the lowest wholesaleprices.
Particular attention paid to Disinterments,
Removing and Shipping of Bodies.
Sargest stock of
CIGARS, TOBACCOS, PIPES, etc,
EVER OFFERED IN TIIIS MARKET.
irn AT RfllTTTT MA UK KT STRE ET WOULD
IN call the attention of the Trade to their large
and varied assortment of Cigars, loDaecoj,
Pipes, etc.. including in part tno toiiowing:
SflO.OOO. ImDorted and Domestic, from $10 to
$lt)U per thousand.
200 Butts Virginia Chewing Tobacco, the bast
500 Caddies Bright Tens
600 " BrightKlb.
100 " Dark Tens
0 " ii lb.
60 " Navyklb.
50 Drums Vie "
100 butts Kentucky "
' dross sunnysiuo nno cut cnewing touacco.
2000 lbs. best brand Maeaboy Snuff.
100 boxes Pack Heetcn ;
25 " Bottle ' "
25 " 2 oc. Can
1000 lbs. B. F. Gravely's Bc t.
6000 " in Bales.
2000 in Ubls.
1QQ Qros3 in boxes.
Large lot of Meerchaums.
100 doi. imitation "
600 doi. Woden Pipes.
boxes Virginia Clay Pipes,
ino " Glased
All of which are offered at tho lowest market
market price, and cheaper than tn same goods
can be purchased in tms city.
J. Z U. HUltLiCl,
aug27 3m 47 South Market streets
A. &W. R ANNIE, "
21 BltO.lD STKEET,
TXritni.V.SAT.K BAKERS AND CONFEC-
PiinilKu. Crackers, etc.. etc. bee to call the at
, , uUUGie. lunuuiuiuiua w. ail .iuim v.
tention of tho City and Country Merchants to
their largo and well assorted stock: ei
Candies and Confectioneries,
all of which have been made of the best mate
h Anmnfttent workmen.
Also, just received fresh Layer Rahins. Figs,
Nnts of all kinds. Citron, Lemon Peel, Canned
Vrnit. Preserves. Jellies. uvsters. aanlincs. etc,
Also, a large and splendid assortment of
FKKNCtf AND GERMAN TOYS and Fancy
Articles, carefully selected o: the newest pat
terns. Also, a large assortment of FIRK-WORKS 1
Butter, Pic-nic. Soda, Sngar, Aerated and
Cream Crackers, all of which wi'.l be sold very
Country Merchants are respectfully requested
to give us a call. A. X W. KAJMatti,
4 iiroau street.
FOK XHE HAIR
It u an elegant Dressing for the Hair
It causes the Hair to CorlbeiuUfuUy.
It keeps the Scalp Clean and Healthy.
It invigorates the Roots of the Hair.
It forces the Hair and Beard to grow luxuriantly.
It Immediately stops Hair Failing Out.
It keeps the Hair from Changing Color from Ag e.
It restores Grey Hair to its Original Color.
It brings oat Hair on heads that have been
It is composed entirely of simple and purely
It has received over six thousand voluntary
testimonials of its excellence, many of whloi
are from physicians In high standing.
It is sold in half pound bottles (the name hlowj
In the glass J by Druggists and Dealors in Fane;
Gcti everywhere, at One Dollar per Bottle;
sale by Bemas Barnes & Co., F. C. "Wells
& Co., SohleSelin & Co, Dew York.
MT. OLIVET CEMETEET
FOR SALE BY
A. NE5JSON Oi CO.,
Wo. 15 Worth' Cherry St.,
HAS JUST RECEIVED AN ELEGANT
line of GENTLEMEN'S DRESS GOD3.
which he will make up to order, in the latest
and most Sniihed style, at the lowest possible
He is also in receintof a variety of Fresh
Goods for ordinary wear, and offers to gentle
men in business suits of the latest patterns and
most durable material. Call and inspect his
goods at No. 15 North Cherry street.
vr. r. bishop.
E. H. Bissor.
II H. BMOP &0.,
No. 3G KInin Street,
BiEI, QRDWAY & 0.
.COTTON & TOBACCO FACT0BS,
NOS. C, 8, 12, II, 16, BROAD ST..
N RETURNING THANKS TO OUR PA-
1 trons for thevery liberal patronage bestowed
upon us during the past, we respectfully solicit
a continuance of the samo for the present sea
son. Having secured, in addition to tho exten
sive houses in which our business has heretofore
been conducted, the commodious warehouses
adjoining, and formerly occupied by Ntrnlln,
Cheney fc Koy, we llatter ourselves that our
Storing, Handlln&and Selling Cotton,
aro equal to any establishment in the city. The
depart will bo nnder the immediate control
and snDenlsion of C OttOtVAY. J.
.!. lUliSKY and I'API. II. J. CHUNKY
(the latter formerly of the firm of btrntton,
uneney A fioj-jntio win see to tne lattmui ana
prompt execution of all orders relative to the
sale of cotton.
We will keep constantly on hand a large and
completo stock of
of every description, which we will sell at the
very lowest market price.
Our Grocery Dennrimeut is in the hands
of D.H BAILEY and JOHN WILLIAMS. We
have a very large and well selected
Stoolc ot" Groceries,
and in constant receipt of additions, which we
are offering to our friends and the general trade
at terms as low and reasonable as any house in
coi. jiaumou Birauon win reiam nis 01
fice in oar coun tine-room, and will be pleased to
meet and deal with his numerous old friends.
scp2etf Btl MT. ORfl WAY Oc O.
UNION BANK NOTES.
TN ACCORDANCE WITH AN ACT OF THE
JL Legislature of Tennessee, passed December
12th, 1866, entitled anacf'Toexpeditethe dis
tribution of the effects of Banks, which have or
may make assignments among their creditors."
notice is hereby given to the holders of thestotes
or i n i unioxiunk or tiskessxe to me mem
with the undersigned, at the Bank in Nashville,
between now and the 1st day of January, eigh
teen hundred and sixty-nine, (ISO.) and receive
certificates therefor, or they will be forever
barred from any participation in the assets oi
the Bank. The certificates will be received at
raR in payment Ior debts due If tiauic, wheth
er tendered before or after the 1st of Janu
ary, 1S6S. jus. v. Aiiiiisa, irosue.
Dee. 20. IKffi. Zl-fim
MMEe Aim Springs later,
rrmrs tnvaltiable mineral WATER
X recently bottled, can now bo had at the
well-known house of
DKMOVILLli: Jic CO,
nnmernf Church and Cherrr streets.. Nashville.
Tennessee, who has been appointed Agent for
the city of Nashville, and will Keep a constant
supply on hand, lresn irom tne apnngs, to meet
A nremediAl nirent. in manv deDraved Con
dition of the system, and in some of the worst
Chroma numenu, it stanus nnnmra, ou iu
after at least tostt tkass' experience of its
vrtues. in all
ScrofnlonHTAlntH of the IllccxI.Iu Skin
nUeaHM,In Itroncbltts, Chronic
yspcpsln, Klduey Disease and files,
its curcshave been many and very marked. The
same is true of FEMALE COMPLAINTS, as is
known tn mnnv hundreds who havo exDericnced
its healing qualities. See pamphlets on the
counter of the above houjo lor certiucatcs, an
alysis and letters of many eminent physicians.
arnshvllle ItcferencM. Dr. Thomas I.
Moddin. llugh Douzlas. Esi., Maj. Campbell
Brown, D. C. LovoLsq.
MemphlH Reference. Col. D. K. Mc-
Rea. Edmonds A Pettigrew, Sam'l Moshy, Mer
cer Otey, Capt. J. M. Pettigrew. P. Cousins.
S. I.nnis Hofprcnrcs. Dr. .T. J. Clarke.
Judge Wm. F. Ferguson, John Blood, D. S,
Carter, Dr. M. 1). Pallea, J. T. Hwarengen,
Daniel Glasgow. Dr. Barrett, Gen. T. L. Price,
JAMES A. VRAZIEB, Prop'r,
WM. II. SALE. Traveling Agent
L A W FI E M.
V. G. &: 1VI. !. Bricu, .Tr
Attorneya and Counsellors at Law,
NO. 70 XORTII C1IERUT STREET
NOT HAVING IN COURSE OF ERECTION
a Tailoring Establishment, (and no nrospect
of any.) and having no goods to dispose of at a
small advance on cost I lo gentlemen iuroua
Inir the frooil.i I would da v. that I will fix them
up in the best style and at priees to suit these
Nnth-tvinrlha means to nroeuroforeism talent.
and being vain enough to believe that (having
cut most successfully for Mr- Sam Pritchitt for
over ten years.) I havo native talent of my own.
and will devoto my best energies to suit all who
may favor me with iheir patronago.
By-the-by. I havo secured the services of a
professional Renovator of clothes, (.the best in
the couatryJ and can guarantee satisfaction in
thatline. tAn.i. cuahuaii,
51 College St. (Sam Pritehitt's old stand.)
ocM tf Up stairs
Hooper Harris & Co.
General Commission Merchants,
3014 BROADWAY, NEW TORK.
-1ASII ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGN
J ments, by our Agent, Mr. R. F. JMevluM
6h Xnnth Market street. Nashvillo. Tenn.
Refer to J. C. Crory, Cashier First National
Banc, and to Merchants oi .aainTUie generally,
J T, WARREN & CO.
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS
OASNED GOODS, PICSJUES,
Sauces, Pish, German Produce, etc,
, NO. 63 MAIN STREET,
Eeis Brothers & Co..
35 WAJJiTIT STREET
Between Fourth and Columbia,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IK
iimburg and Swiss Cheese.
HOIXANB HEXRIXG, SAJtDKI.T.ES,
Fish and Canned Goods of every description
FALL AND WINTER TRADE
rvrvacjCTrfuri nu TTTfrim avn T7V-
r trimmed Hat and Bonnets. Plumes. Flow
ers. Feathers and Ornaments. Silk and Velvet
Ribbons. Velvets. Crane. H alines. Veil Nets.
Silk Tissue. Frosted Illusions, Bonnet Wile.
Beads, Laces, Fringes, Ruehes. etc, eta., lost
opened by WU ERRY A SON.
teploJin r.a.zi union street.
Merchants, Take Notice
CltAPP & CO.,
140 DUAKE STREET, SEW TOWS,
536 Mptle kmw, BmWjB, 5t Tori,
ESPECT FULLY BEG LEAVE TO 1N
i. form ttmn.rFhiRti of Winchester. Tenn-.
that they are now prepared to fill enters tor
Hs7rooda or Votlons with Spar cent, on C
O. D. They refer to Wm. J. Blatter. Editor
Home Journal. They will be able to furnish
ou goods cheaper than they can oe purcnasea
iv any other narties. as they are continually m
e auction rooms.
C- Clixiom CLArr.
Chis. B. Rocss.
Of Winchester. Va.
Of Uarnsonburg. t a.
HartavlUe, Sumner Coouty.Tenu.
Tint Soidijj ia Sfjltaler ssl Felntrr,
T. JI. PATTERSON. President.
Mrs. IDA PATTERSON, Principal Music and
Assistant Literary Department,
Mar. ELIZA BARKSDALE. Assistant Litera
B. M. POTTS. President Board Trustees.
J. P: ANDREWS, Seo'y "
115 HOUSES AND LOTS IN NASHVILLE.
ISO VAUAI41 -iiuxa in nasnviue.
40 HOUSES AND LOTS in Kdgefield.
200 VACANT LOTS in Edgefield.
130 FARMS in Davidson county,
inn FARMS In Sumner. Wilson. Maury.
AVilliamson. Giles and other counties of Ten-
100,000 acres ''wild lands" scattered through
Tennessee. Alabama and Texas at from fifty
nta f n fivA dollars ier acre.
Call and get a bulletin, giving lull descrip
tions of our property.
AKRI 5GT0N. V ARR Alt A WEAKLEY.
Koal .Estate Brokers. iN e. TJ uuurcn at.
Dll. DIXON nAS RETURNED TO THE
citr. and Is prepared to wait upon all wish
ing his services, at prices to suit the times. All
Dental operations warranted.
Office No. 22. Cherry street, next to Maxwe
House- nov l-3mll
McCKEA & CO.,
HUGH McCBEA & CO.,
Cclton and Totaco Factors,-
Prodnce & Commission MerchantSj
so south market;
38 SOUTH COIXlfiE: 8TREKTN.
WITHOUT A RIVA!
THE DIXIE FARMER.
An' niostratcd TTeeklj Paper.
Devoted to the Farm, the Garden, and the
is rcsLisaiD irxsT thciboit it
Columbia and Nashville, Tenn.
TERMS S3 A YEAR. JN ADVANCE.
Th Dixix Fikmkk is the only Weekly Agricul
tural paper in Tennessee, or in the entire South,
and is eanal to the best. Address. "
my9 tf Columbia. Tenn.
COOPER, HAILE &. CO.,
rOK THE 8AX.E Or
C0TT0S, DftlED FRUITS, PEANUl'.S
AND mODCCE GEXERALLT,
NO. 43 VINE STREET. CINCINNATI, OHIO
Liberal advances made upon consignments.
JAMES WHELESS & CO.,
Cotton and Tobbacco Factors
6(J nntftoS Sonlh CoIIore Street,
AILL GIVE SPECIAL ATTENTION (
V V all business entrusted to their care.
Bagging and Rope.
TtrE HAVE ON HAND A LARGE STOCK
T T of Rope and Baggmr, at low prices.
Ky. Py. Bagging-..-
J. II. Bagging
Heavy Flax Bagging.....
THOS. PARKES A CO.,
Commission Merchants, Nashville. Tenn.
GET THE BEST.
T WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE
L Public that I am still manufacturing, and
keep always on hand.
The Best Qnalityof MattreBseB,
suoh as Hair. Spring, Shack, Moss, Cotton, Cot
ton and Shuck. .
Also, leather Beds, Comforts and everything
in the Bedding line, which will be sold at the
Aii persons wishing Mattresses, etc., will find
it to their icterest to give me a call before pur
Old Mattresses neatly renovated.
E. 11. MILLER.
nov!7 2m No. 9 North College street.
DR. JOHN BULL'S
Bull's CeflrpH Bitters.
TESTIMONY OFMEDICAX MEN.
Stoney Point. Wnita Co, Ark, May 23. (A
Dr. JoiwBnLi,-I arBir: Last Februarr
I was in Louisvillo purchasing- drugs, anil 1
got some of Tour Sarsapariila aad Cedros
My son-in-law. -who was with me tn the
store, had been down with the rheumatism
for soi ae time, commenced on the bitters, and
loonflund his general health improved.
Dr. Uist, who has been in baU health, tried
them, imd he also improved.
Dr.Ciffce.whohas been ia. bad. health lor
several rears STOJtica and litkk effectod
he impi jred very much by the use of your bit
ten. u deed the Ccdron Bitters has given
yoa grei t popularity in ttla settlement, i
think ji a could sell a great quantity or your
mediein i this tail especially or your Ce
dronlilt trsand Sarsapariila. Ship me via
Memphii care of liiekeu A Neely,
Bull's Worm Destroyer.
I have received many testimonials from pro
fessional and medical men. as my almanacs
and various publications bave shown all of
wnieti are genuine. The following letter
from a highly educated and popular physician
ble communications I have ever received. Dr.
Clement knows exactly what he speaks of and
his testimony deserves to be written in words
of gold. Hear what the Doctor says ot Bull's
YALiuxoir, Walixr Couhtt. Gai
Da. John Bull Dear Sir: I havo reccntl;
given your "Worm Destroyer" several trial
and find It wonderfully efficacious. It has net
failed in s single instance to have the wished
for effect. I am doing a pretty large coun
try practice, and have daily use for some sr
tide of the klad. I am tree to confess that I
know of no remedy recommended by tha
ablest authors that is so certain and speedy
in its effects. On the contrary they are un
certain in the extreme, iiy object in writing
you is to find out upon what terms I can get
tho medicine directly from you, II I can ret
it upon easy terms, I shall use a great deal ol
it. 1 am aware that the use of such articles
is contrary to the teachings and practice of
a great majority of the kiqui.au line of
M. D.'s, but! see no Just cause or good sense
in discarding a remedy which wo know to be
elH ei eat, simply because we may be ignorant
ueomoinauon. r or my part, i snail maxe
iuicto use ail ana any means to aiieviaia
: n humanity whicn I may bo able to
command not nesitaing Decause somo one
more ingenious than myself may l
ed its effects first, and secured ih
e sole right
to secure that knowledge. However. 1 am by
no means an advocate or supporter of the
thousands worthless nostrums that fioodthe
eountry, that purport to euro all manncrol
disease to which human flesh is heir. Vleasc
reply soon, and inform me of your best terms
I am, sir. most respectfully,
JULIUS . P. CIdNT. it. D
Bull's Sarsp axilla
A GOOD REASON FOR TIIK OAP
READ THE CAPTAIN'S LETTER ANt
THE LETTlflt FKOMII1SMOTHK1I
Benton Barracks, Mo., April SO, 'Gd.
DblJooh Bull-Dear Sir: Knowing th
elScienev of your Sarsapariila. and tho heal
ing and beneficial qualities it posseses, I send
you tho following statement ot my case:
I was woundeu about two Tears ago was
taken prisoner and conflned for sixteen
months. Being moved so often, my wounds
have not healed yet. I have not sat up a mo
ment since 1 was wounded. I am shot through
the nips. My general nealth is impaired, and
need tometainsr to assist nature 1 havo
more faith in your Sarsaparilli than anything
else. I wish that that was genuine. Please
express me half s dozen bottles, and oblige
I'.S. The lollowinz was written April 30.
18GS, by Mri.'Jobnson.inother or Capf John
son. ' -', J
Da. BELL Dear Sir: My husband. Jr. C a.
Johnson, was askiUful surgeon and pbysiciau
in central ew iorx,wnere no aieu, leaving
theabovo CP. Johnson to my care. At thir
teen years "of age he bad a chronic diarrnea
and scrofula, for which I cava him your Sana
rar.Ha. It cubed nrar. I have fbr ten year
recommended it to many incw York. Ohio
and Iowa, for scrofnla, feTer sores, and gen
eral debility. Perfect success has attended
it. The cures offected in some cases ot scro
fula and fever sores were almost miraculous,
I am very anxious for my son to again have
recourse to your Sarsapariila. He is fearful
of getting a spurious article, henco his wri
ting to you ior ic ins wuuuus wciu icri 1IWW
but I believe he will recover.
DE. JOHN BULL,
ManufactnrerndVendei; of theCclebrateJ
SMITH'S TOMIC SIRUP !
FOR 'HE CURE OF
AGUE AND FEVER,
oiiixs ajstd itbvjer
The proprietor of this celebrated mciilclno
Justly claims for it a superiority over all rem
edies ever offered to the public for the safe,
certain, speedy and permanent cure or Ague
and Fever, or Chills and Fever, whether of
short or long standing. He refers to tho ijn
ti re 'Western and South-western country to
bear him testimoay to the truth of the asser
tion, that in no case whatever will it fail to
cure, if the directions aro strictly followed
and carried out. In a great many cases a sia
gledoee has been suuieicnt- for a cure, and
vrbole families have been cured by single bot
tle, with a perfect restoration ot general
health. It is, however, prudent, and in every
ease more certain to cure, if its use is confin
ed in smaller doses fbr a week or two after
the disease has been checked, more especially
In difficult and long standing cases. Usually,
this medicine will not require any aid to keep
the bowels In good order; should the patient
however, require acathaxtlo medicine, after
having taken three or four doses of the Tonic,
a single dosa of Buxls Vegetable Family
PBls will be sufficient.
DR. JOHN BUU3 Principal Office:
no. to rum, utu street.
AHttiMAbc rsdi kr
ferry, DcMSTille & Co.,