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NASHVILLE UNION AND AMERICAN. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 10, 1868.
VllBBSBAT DF.CEMBEK.10, 18GS.
, t f ' - ' -
ilnf fracnsiiJok a'stcp in
the right direction yesterday, in in
troducing in the House of Repre
sentatives a, bill jto. repeal tho law
creating a Board of Commissioners
s T 1 .
ior xaviuson county. 'jLuere was
bjy taxation, to sustain a Board of
Commissioners, since tho County
CourfccQuld do every -thing those
Commissioners are called upon to
do, and do it just as well.
. 5r ila classj ofRaicais in
thTSouth who act as though they
imagined they had a pre-emption
right to all the offices, and whenov
cr ono of them is ousted by tho
votes of tho pooplo who arc allowed
to vpteythoyjjdoclarp moat lustily
tliat fraud and intimidation have
been tho means through which tho
result was accomplished. This fact
has receivod--practical illustration
in the municipal election held in
Augusta, Ga., a few days
Foster Blodgett, who hold tho posi
tion of Mayor, by military appoint-1
!fflI'&r:k? JlJjS .H.j...
and was beaten by a very largo
majority. On tho day of election, '
when it had become apparont that
tho Democrats had carried tho city,
ho slipped off to Hamburg, in a
close carriage, and thoro took tho
cars for Washington. Beforo lcav
ing'ihc Mayor's olfico in tho Cily
Hall, ho addressed a noto to Judgo
Siieed, of tho City Court, in which
ho stated that ho had information
that tho clocliou had been carried by
intiraidation.bribery and fraud, and
declared an unwillingness to partici
pate in tho. inauguration of officers
VrllOSO oiccuoit nau ucon Bocuruu
by such appliances. The Augusta
Chronicle and Sentinel states that ho
wa3 engaged for some hours previ
ous to leaving in fixing up a bundle
of untruthful affidavits made by
bad negroes, who complained that
they ha'd been driven from tho polls;
at a number of which negroes wero
not allowed to vote. These affida
vita Blodgett has taken with aim to
Washington, to show tho Badica
Congress that tho people of Georgia
aro not yet sufficiently reconstruct
ed to bo entrusted with tho contro
of tho State government, which it
is only too evidont by tho result of
tho presidential election, will pass
into their hands at tho next State
election. This incident of tho Au
gusta municipal election shows tho
desperate character of tho leaders
of the Radical party, and that they
will scruplo at nothing to securo of
fice, lie was a scalawag who was
fairly beaten beforo tho pooplo to
whom ho appealed for an endorse
mcntof -his administration, and bo
caueo they refused this ondorso
ment,. ho hies off to Washington to
misrepresent and if possiblo bring
further trouble upon them. This is
the character of tho men tho rovo
lution has thrown to tho surfaco
They aro to bo found all over the
South, and but for their mean, ma
licnant misrepresentation of tho
best men in thoir respective locali
ties, we should witness a very dif
ferent stato of affairs to-day in these
- The Report of tho Secretary of
the Treasury submitted to Con
grese yesterday in connection with
the Executivo meesago, than -which
thero is no more important docu
ment, is quite long, and discusses
various: matters. "We submit that
portion of it touching the public
Conscious that tho fiscal man
accment in this recard is tho
subject of general criticism, ita
figures and argument havo an ex
culnatorv tone but thov aro not
Buflicicnt. Tho weak point of Mr.
Johnson's administration, in ivholo
and in dctail,hasbcen in tho finan
cial department. Perhaps, it is not
the fault of his Secrptarj of the
Treasury, but wo must think that
Mr. McCulloch is bolter fitted to
control si .National Bank in an in
land town, than to admintstor tho
finances of a great nation in times
liko tho nresent. Ccrtninlv this
portion of tho roport does not dis
prove this estimato of his capacity
The debt between the first lar o
November. 1SC7. and tho ilrst day of
November, JSCS, increased to $2.fGL'.
f10,2S2. Of Ibis increase $25,152.0 O
in chargeable to the Pacific ltailroail, and
$5,000,000 to the purchaso of Itussian
America. Within the samo period there
was. paid for bounties $44,000,515, and at
least $4,000,000 forinterest on compound
and seven threo-tenth notes, which hsd
accrued rior to the first of November,
1SG7. If these extraordinary advances
and payments had not been made t.ne ro
ceipts would havo exceeded the oxpendi
Considerinc tho heavy reduction
internal taxes made at the last session of
Congress, and the large expenditures
which havo attended the military opera
tions against the Indiana on the frontier,
and tho maintenance of largo forces at
expensive points in tho Southern States,
this statement of tho amount of the debt
cannot bo regarded as an unsatisfactory
one. The bountjes will, it is expected,
be entirely paid within the noxt tbreo
months, and very littlo interest oxcept
that whichaccrues upon the funded debt
is hereattef to pro'vido for.
Should there be henceforth no extra
ordinary expenditures and no furthsr do
nation of public moneys in the form of
bounties, or of additional subsidies to
railway companies, with proper econo
my in th administration of tho general
government, and with judicious amend
ments of the revonuo laws, and proper
enforcement; thereof, the, .public debt,
without' oppressive taxation, can bo rap
idly diminished, and easily extinguished
within tho'ptriod. beretoforo named by
Tho ability of the United, States to
maintain theirlntegrity against insurrec
as woll as arraipst a foreign cnemv.
bo-no longer doubted.
Tho question, or their abllity under
democratioinstitulionB to sustain a largo
national dobs is still to bo decided. That
question should bo affirmatively settled.
It is, in tho opinion of tho Secretary.
of tho highest importance that lax.
paying voters should bo encouraged
by tho fact that tho debt is in pro
gress of rapid extinguishment, and it is
not to do a permanent burden upon them
tnd their -posterity. If it is to
bs understood that this debt is
to be a perpetual incumbrance upon tho
property and prosperity of tho nation, it is
certainly to bo feared tho collection of
taxes necessary to pay tho, interest upon
ii may require tao .cxerciso 01 power DV
mo central government inconsistent with
republicanism and danecrous to the
liberties af tho pooplo. The debt must
be paid. Direct repudiation is impossi
ble. Indirect repudiation, br further
issues of legal-tender notes, would be.
madness. Toinsuro its payment. with
out a chango in the essential character of
tno government, overj year should wit
ness & reduction of its amount and
diminution of its burdens. Tho Secre
tary is confident that ho expressed the
sentiments of the intelligent tax-pavers
of tho country in hi3 report of lbbo. In
his last tho Secretary referred to tho con
dition of the Treasury at thocloso of tho
war. and somo subsequent periods, allud
ing especially to tho enorgy in the spring
of lSGa. arising from tho very largo requi
sitions that wero to bo provided for to
enable the War department to pay
arrearages duo to the army and other
expenses which had already been incurred
in tho suppression or the rebellion
In brieuy viewing tho administration
of the Treasury from April, 1805", he did
not think it necessary to state how much
of the large revenue receipts bad been
in tho payments of debts
incurred during the war, and he would
not undertake to do itjnow. Was not the
misapprehension in tho public mind in
regard to tho expenditures of the govern
ment, since tho conclusion of hostilities,
prejudicial to both the law-making and
lawxoxecuting branches of tho govern
mont? Tho war virtually" closed, in
April, 1CG5. On the first day of that
month the public' debt amounted, ac
cording to the books and accounts of tho
Department, to $2,366,955,077 34. On
tho first day of September following it
amounted to $2,757,680,571 43, having
increased in four months330,734,494 Oil
Iromthat period it continued to tie
cline until November 1, 1SG7, when it
had fallen to $2,491,534,450. On the firat
uay ox ovemuer uiat it uau risen iu
527,129,552 S2. By this statement, it ap
pears that between tho first day of April,
1805, and the first day of September, tho
same year, toe debt increased 53'J0.7d,'
01S 61,ad that on the last daymentioned
it was $160,174,475 4S larger than it
was on the first day of April, 1865. Since
then tho Treasurer's receipts from all
souroes of revenue hare beon as follows
For Aoril. Mav and Jane. 1865. SS30,.
019,164 13; for tho year ending June
30. 1865, So5S,032,620; for the year ena
ingJunn 30, 1S67, $490,634,010 27; for
the year ending June 30, 1 80S, $405.-
61S.0S3 32 ; from June 30 to November
3. 1S6S. $164,662,184 44 Total of re
ceipts, $1,562,476,062 20, to which should
bo ndded tho increase of tho debt bet
tween the 1st day of April. 1S65, and the
lsto" November, 1S68,S160J174.475 48
$1,832,650,547 63. This exhibit show
that tho lareo sum of $1,822,650,547 63
was expended in tho payment of
tho interest and other demands
upon tho Treasury in three years, and
seven months, beins an average annual
expenditure of $503,C4C,GG1 68. If the
statement of the public debt, on the 1st
day of April, 1S66, had included all the
.... . rrr - OT
debt due at tbat time, ana $i,6ZZ,vdo oi,
which had nearly been expended in pay.
ment of tho interest on the public debt,
and current expenses of tho Government
between that day and the 1st day of Nov
ember last, there would liavo been pro
flicacy and recklessness in tho oxpendi-
turoof tho public moneys discreditable to
the tax-naver3. Fortunately Ibis is not
the fact That statement, as is truo of
all other monthly statements of the Trea
sury, exhibited only tho adjusted debt
according to tho books of tho Treasury,
and had and could not include the
lareo sums due to tho soldiers of
tho groat Union army, numbering at
that time not less than a million of men
for pav and bounties, or on claims of
various kinds, which must of necessity
have been unnaid. For the purpose of
putting this matter right the Secretary
has endeavored to ascertain from the War
and Navv Departments how much of
their respective disbursements sinco the
close of tho war has been in payment of
debts properly chargeable to the expense
of tho war. Tho following is the result
of his inouiries: By tho War Depart
ment, S595.431.125 ; by tho Navy De
partment, S25,000,000. It ha3 been
impossible to obtain an exact statoment
of the amount of snch debta paid oy tno
Navy Department, but sufficient infrma-
tiun has been received to justify the
Seorctarv in estimatinc it in round num
bers at twontv-five millions, which is
nrcbablv an under rather than, an over
estimate. The expenditures of the War
Department nave been lurnisnea in pe
tail, and ore believed to be Bubetintially
correct These figures snow mat tne
monov expended bv the Wrar and Nnvy
Departments between the 1st day of
April, 1865, and the 1st day of Novcra
ber, 1868, on claims justly chargeable to
the expenses of the war, amounted to
$630,431,125; to which should be added
tho amount advanced on the Pacific
roads, $42,194,000; amount paid for
Alaska, $7,200,000; total, $679,825,125
Deducting tho eum from tho amount of
revenue-, $1,C02,476,062,20, and $169,
174,475,4S, the increase of the public
dcpt,the remainder, $1 142 825,411,78, or
an averaco of $218.62S.S22.80 per annum
is the amount actually expended in tho
payment of onrrent expenses and in
terest It is thus ehown thut within u
period of three yoars and seven months
or tno receipts
of revenue, reached
sum of $1,662,
that $630,431,125 90
debts which were
tho close of the war.
from all sources
495.902 20, and
wero paid on
actually duo at
and for bounties
which, like tho pay of
tho army, were a part of tho expenses of
the war Adding the amount thus paid
to the debt, as exhibited by tho books of
tho Treasury, on the 1st day of April,
18G6, it appears that the debt of tho
United States at that time was S219iht-
3S0.203 21. and that the actual reduction
has beon $170,25G,G50 43, and but fjr
tho advance on tho Pacific roads, and tho
amount paid for Alaska, would havo boon
529.450.430. Nothing can bolter ex
hibit the greatness of tho resources of
this young nation than tins statement, or
show more e'early ita ability to make
short work of the extinguishment of the
.-. P. JENKINS,
Saooassor to Tom Wolls.
;YJ North Market St.,
AM IN RECEIPT
OF TilR LARGEST
Drn, ChemlealN, DrngcUlft' Sun
dries, Kniicy Good. Toilet
OILS, PAINTS, COLORS.
Cigars, Tobacco, Wines and Liquors,
ever drought to this market, nnd will ettt FOR
LASH at a cllgnt nutance on Eastern cost.
WHOLES ALU OR RETAIL.
All goods vU warranted to giro satisfaction.
. ProriiotM of TJexkins' Stomach Bitters,
larkel street, oppoeitc Union,
1 .'SIGX'QF.MAH AND MORTER.
nov22Soi " .Nnnhvlllc, 'Icnn.
A OA llO nnH thnf l,nn.on th Itt nF I
i um ut.vi.u "" bvthe lollowins persons. io-wii: i.eo voio'
September, 1S65. and the first day of I John K. lidmundson, Klixa Ford, B. W. Hall
November. 1S6S, it decreased $230,560,- ?iFrS!Ji:
CHOICE AtfD FKKSK
Bnclt-btmcs nnil Sparc-ribs
ABE SOLD DAILY. AT ALL HOURS. JiO.
33 Lafayette street. South Nashville, and
t Brien & Xnaxton s, us coutn uouego st, oy
declD lw A. WOODFIN.
T WILL SELL AT THE COURTHOUSE
-- door in llurfreesboro, on Saturday, Decem
ber 12th, 1868. at 11 o'clock, A. M., the interest
of O. w.Brown In 525 acres of land, the said
land beloniing to the estato of W. U. J. Burrus,
deceased., it is situated nvo nines irota aiur
fraesboro, near the Xobanon pike; it is welt
watered, timbered and improved, and is free
from au encumbrances. Terms cssn.
A- A. 114LL,
mllE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCK-
willlbe held ."at the Counting-room of JW, T
Berry Jt to., in Ijasnyiii, onjHonuay. janun'
rr4,18d9i . W. R. ELLIBXOtf,
Begular Auction. Bale,
TTTE WILT, EKLI. TIIT8 fTuDRSDAYl
YY morniss; Decembor 10. 13G3, commeneins;
at 10 o'clock, a fine assortment of Staple and 1
Fancr Urreoods. neaOTmaae uiomms. nail.
Caps, Boots, Shoes, Jfars and Jiotlons.
tale potmro ana terms i;non.
CKOiSK DODSON i CO..
deolOU Tip. 53 Market st.
JTEWILL SELL.- On -SATURDAY MOK-
V V nini?. Dec. 12. commeneins: nt 10 o'clock;
all the Silversmith Tool, of o. JUusgrove. 'irioy
aro the finest and most complete set ever onered
in this citr at public silo.
We will also tell i- nrnunre, etc.. as usual.
MDRPIIY i BR ADSHA1V. Auctioneers.
declOSt 7S Church st-
BALTIMORE AND NORFOLK
TJV HIE CAN AND KEQ, AND ALSO BY
1 I the I'm l. tart ana uaiioa.
IN BULK SOLID MEATS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Liberal discount to Dealers and to parties Or
dering in quantities.
113 Church St., St- Cloud Building.
SALES OF REAL ESTATE
Nashville Building Association
Dec. 16, 1868
WEDNESDAY NEXT. 16TH DECEM
KJ ber. I -will sell, by virtue of mortgage
deedi. the real estate described in said deeds to
the NashTille Building Association, conveyea
ney, Lewis .Lyons ana wuo, a. ueumaa aim
For particulars seo "Press and Times." or
"Btaats Zeitung." Sales in legal hours, for
CAS1I, without redemption, at the Courthouse
Presents for the Holidays.
CRANE & WITHEY,
Import-era of Havana Cigars,
and dealer in
Tobacco, Snuff Pipes, etc.,
IJo. 15 Public Square
rv ATintTTOM T i OIIR LARQE STOCK
I nf niimn ur.it Toh&ccni. we would call at
tention to car very large assortment of genniue
and imitation Meerschaum I'ipes, and a 'arte
vnrUtv of Fancy Goods mitasle for Holiday
Presents. These roods inclndonoveltiej never
beforo brought to this market, ani toenum.r
ato which YT'Uld require too much ipsco We
invite on examination of our handsome seleo
tmn .if f-nrvU tpAiinr r&iifii d that in the exten
sive catalogue uf fancy articles, the public taste
will be gratified. .,
deelO tf CRANE k WIIHEY.
THIS 1STO GIVE NOTICE. Til AT ON TIIE
8th day of Uecmber. A. D. 1S6S. a warrant
in bankruptcy was issued against tho estate of
.1. W. Oliver, ot trie county oi Jiaury. ana
State of Tennessee, who has been adjudsed a
bankrupt on his own petition; mat mo pay
ment of nv dehts .nd delivery of any Dronerty
beloDsing to such bankrupt to him, or for his
use, end the transfer of any property by him,
aro forbidden by law; that a meeting of the
omriitiin nf the mid backruDt. to rireve their
debts and to choose ono or more assignees of his
estate, will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to
be holden on the 15th day of January, A. D.
1S09. at lOo'clock a. SJ at tho office of the Regis
ter in Bankruptcy, at Columbia. Icnnisseo, be
fore J. Jay Buck. Esq.. Renter .
U. P. Marshal, Messenger.
By J. C. McMULLEN. ,
decl0-lt Dep. U. i- Marshal, Mcssenser.
millS IS TO GIVE NOTICE. THAT ON TIIK
Si day of December. A. D. HG3, a warrant
in bankruptcy was iesued agsim- .the' estate
of N. D. Oviatt. inthe county of ilumpureit,
ami fitnt nf Tennessee, who has been ad
judged a bankrupt on his own petition ; that the
paymentot any aeDis anu ueuvcry ui aw iiui;
ariv h.,1 nnt-in r tn jinrh hnnkrunt. to him or ior his 1
use, and the transfer of any property by him are I
lorbiduen Dy law; mat a meeting ui iud cui
tors of the said bankrupt, to prove their debts,
and to choose one or more assignees of his es
tate, will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to bo
boldcn on th 30th day of December, A. D. 1863.
at 10 o'clock.!., at the office of the RegUterin
Bankruptcy, at Clarfcsville, icnnesseo. Deioro j,
Jay Back, Esq., Register. GLASCOCK,
IT. S. Marshal, Messenger,
By J. C.McMDLLEN.
dcclO It Dep. U. S. Marshal, Mes3enger.
rnlllS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, TIIAT ON
X k. ,t !av nf Ilrcember. A. 11. 1SG&
warrant in bankruptcy was issued against the
estate ol luos . uraae. in me cuuuij ui mvui
gomery, Stato ot Tennessee, whohis been ad
judged a bankrupt on his own petition; that the
paymentof anydebts and delivery of any property
belonging to such bankrupt, to him, or for his
use, and transfer of any property by him, are
forbidden by law; that a meeting of the cred
itors 01 me Sam oanarupt, to pru o meir ucuu,
and to choose one or more assignees of his
estate, will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to
ha hnliten on the 20ih day of December A. D.
1ri63. t lOo'clock a. it., at the officoof the
Register in Bankruptcy, at Olarksvllle.lennes-
see. before J. Jay Buck. hs?..
TJ. S. Marshal. Messenger.
By J. C. McMULLEN,
Dcruty U, S. Marshal, Moscnger.
THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE THAT ON
tho&lil.tvnf December. A.D. 1&G8. a warrant
in bankruptcy was issued against tho estate of
David Jones, ot siewan county, xcuu., wuu uu
beeo adjudged abankiupt on his own petition:
that the payment of any debts and delivery of
any property Dciongiux 10 saiu uaoumi" u
.i,r,r Kia tun nnd thA transter of anr nroDertv by
him, are lorbidden Ly law; that a meeting of
tho creditors of tno said banKrupty, to prove
their debts and to cfcooso ono or more assignees
oft bcir estate, will be held at a Court of Bank
ruptcy, to beholden on tho 30th day of Decem
ber, A. D. 1868. at 0 o'clock a. a., at tho
office of tho Register in Bankruptcy. Clark
ville. Tennessee, beforo J. Jay Buck. Esq..
Register- E. R. GLASCOCK,
TJ S. Marshal, Messenger.
By J. C. McMULLEN... ,
doclO-It Dep. U. S, Marshal. Messonger.
THIS IS TO OIVE NOTICE. THAT ON THE
jth day of October A. D.,1563. a warrant in
bankruptcy was lssuea against tuo csiaie in
lhns S. W Coleman, in the county of btewart.
and the State of Tennessee, wno has. been
adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition;
that the payment of any debu and deliv
ery of any .property belonging to such bank
rupt, to him or for bis use. and ihe transfer of
any uroporty by him aro forbidden by law; that
a meeting of tho creditors ol the said bankrupt,
to prove their debts, and to choose one or more
ass gaees of his esUte. will bo hold at a Court ol
Bankruptcy, to bo hidden on tho SOth day o!
December. A. D. 1SG3. al .10 o'clock a. u.. . at me
ofiie ot tho Register in Bankruptcy, at Usrls
villl. Tennessee bef.ro J- Jay li u ck. Liq..
TtAiter E. II. HliAbUOCK,
ue.iJTer Marshal. Messenger,
dei-lO-lt Dep. t S- Marshal. Messcngc:
Ou Tlntr- ay. Doccmber 10, at 10
EATMAN. SHIELDS A CO. WILL SELL
1 a gooJ line of Fancy Diygoods. Clouing,
Hats. Varinties. Furnishing and Milnncry
(lnds. Those goods will bo Klimut ' "
Directors' Election, i
I UK ANNUAL ELECTION FOR DIREUf
om ot the Nahville lil Insurance Com
pany will be niado at the office of the Compa
ny, un MONDAY, the 4th day of.lanuarv. ISO
J NO. M. It AS.". President. 1
J. Hovrr.. Seo'y.
U STANDARD COAL OIL. i
tirE ARE PREPARED TO SUPPLY TIIK
W trade with any amount of oar EXTKa
TittAM of Coal Oil.
"THE LaBELLE. "
guarantee the La Belle and the Tension
neo oil Hi llniiisr brands to be above
the State requirements, viz :
120 nr.oRCCs fikk tknt.
Price list at tbo same figures as the samo de
gree ot oil in Cincinnati. Orders respeetrully
Solicited. Office. VAOTT'KpHt E
Nashvillo. WALKER & V ALhKK
dcc'Jlm , ,
30,000 to i0,000:
TIliHT BARREL STAVES, ffighest market
piieo paid on delivery. MOCKER,
novIS tiljanl Cor.Front and Madison sis'
I v va
ERIDAY AND SATURDAY. DECEMBER
11 and 12. 1S63. J4A.KIE FHEIUEKIUI'M
Grand Opera Troupe.
i Box Sheet sow open for the sale of reserved
seats, atilcCIure's Mnsio Store.
decS 2t General Superintendent.
Grooar aDil Commission Merchant,
PRODTJCE AND PKOVIHONS,
BOAT AK BAE STQEES
Manilla, Cordage, Oakum. Hemp and Qum
F aekinir, Lidseed, Lard Lnbricatins Oils,
Comer Broadand Front Streets,
TTAVINO 1HE AGENCY OP
iw York. I
fl pire Bag .Manufactory of New
halt keep a lirge supply ot the best quslity of
UKAiii Bavun, anuam aoie to lurnisa toe
TRADE at very rednoed rates., Grain dealers
will please evo me a call.
uiiifl i. uiunti. -
CornerBroad and Front Streets,
deca Sm XtastaTille, JLenn
FOR ;THE HOLIDAYS.
" BEAT DISTRIBUTION' BY TIIK Sll
JT TROPUHTAN CIT tOMl'ASiT
Cashctfts to tho amount or 250,000. Ever
Tteltet Draws a Prize.
5 Cash uitls.'eacn...
200 " " ...
soo " " ...
Pianos, each $300 to $750
Melodeons. " T5t- 150
350 Sowing Mschiaes. ca;h............ CO to 175
500 fine Gold Watches " ... .. 75 to SOO
Cash wises. Silverware, etc,, valued at ll.OWTO
A chance to draw' any of the above Drizes lor
25o Tickets describing Drizes aro soiled in en
velopes and well mixed. On the receipt of 2m
a seaiea ticKo; is arawn witnout cnoice, to sent
by mail to any address. Too prite named upon
it will be delivered to the ticket holder on pay
ment ot one dollar. 1'riies are immediately
sent to any address br eznress or return mail.
You will know what vonr nriie U before vou
pay for it. Any puxe exchanged for another of
tno same vaiuo. no isianxs. uur patrons can
depend on fair dealing.
RirxBixcxs. We select the following from
man; wno nave latoiy drawn valuable prises
and kindly permitted ns to publish them: S.T.
Wilkms, Buffalo, $5,000; Jlisi Annie Mouroe,
Chicago, Piano, $650; John D. Moore, Louis;
Fiano. 5SW; Ker, IS A Day, Heir wrleans,'$oO0.
Y e EUDlisn no names witnout nermission.
OriKiona op Tut Pasas. "The firm is Tella
ble and deserve thoir 'Success." Wetkly Tri
6ua. Aug. 8. "We know them to be ttfs.irdea.l
ing nrm."-r.V. Y. Utrald Aup.ZS. "A friend
of ours drew a $VX) prise, which was proniptly
received.'! Daily Jvitirs. Sev.Z.
Send for circular. Liberal indueements to
Airents. Satisfaction cnaranteed Everv cack-
ngeot seaiea envelopes contain onecasagnt.
Six tiokets for $1: IS for $2; 35 for$5; 110 for 215.
All lottors should bo addressed to
. liAlirEK. WILSON So CO..
deo51ni 173 Broad vray, N.Y.
Tie Poplar Mountain Coal Co
RECEIVED A FRESH
JUL i u
Are enabled to deliver it direct from the
Barges at tho following rates :
Lump Coal delivered free at any point in
the Lity at per Uart .Load.
Steam Coal ciplit nqd a luilf C(H.
per bushel at lard.
Orders left at So. 1-1 North Cherry strcet.'in
tho HAXn'KU IIOTJNr, or at tho Yard.
toot of tirond street, will be promptly tilled
POPL.IK J10U.VTaI.il CUAI, i'l.
eT. LUJ1SDEN & CO,,
viRtnrioTnatr.8 ird or.Ai.ua ta
No. as S. MARKET STREET, . ai
Ramnel I I'alboan's IjiuUh, 7 miles of
Lebanon. Tenn. 340 Acres.
BY VIRTUE OP A DECREE OP TOE
Chancery Court at Lebanon. Tenn., and
pursuant to i he terms of a Deed of Trust exe.
outed by bamuel L. Calhoun ou sinlnriln
a.l Jannnrr, 1809. at Taylorsville. Y:
ton. connty. I will offer at publie sale, to the
higheit and best bidder, the farm lands of
Sam 1 L. Cslhoun, as follows :
Home Place, 253 acres, with good improvements,
Provine f lace, lio acres, small
Sold In two tracts, ono of 75 acres, aad the other
And a Store House and about 3i of an aero
or land in layiorsrine.
Theselands are valuable and desirable ; ne:gh
borhood excellent: and tale absolute- Pur
chasers will havn immodiato possession. The
lands malt be sold, and a barcain mav be ex
pected. .Apply on the place, or to me in Leba
TERMS On Home place, S7;C rash, and the
oaianco in one ana two years, witnout interest.
Pro vino plac, 3500 cash, balar.ee in one and
two years, without interest. The Rutherford
lands and store-house. $101 cash, balance in one
and two years, without interest. Noto with
two or moro approved sureties.
EDWARD 1. UOLLADAY.
Trustee and Commissioner.
The sale advertised to take place on Decem
ber 11, is postponed, and will be made as above
witnout rail. a tea law tllljanz.
China. Bohemian Glassware,
Lamps, Chandelleri, etc.
WE WILL OFFER,
On Saturday, the Stl inst.,
A T OUR SALH3R00M. NO. 78 PUBLIC
l Square, conmenoing the sale
AT 10 o'ctoru A. SI.
We had hoped to oonlinuesellicfr three days
in e-ch week, as previously advertised, but we
lind it iipeeesary to discontinue selling on Tues
days and Thursdays, from tho fact tnat we can
not afford to force so many goods on the market
during tho week. It does not give us sufficient
time to arranco and attend to our wholesale
tra.io. We will give notice at our next sale
whether the sales will be continued. All per
sons desiring to purchase had better take ad
van agoot this opportunity, as it may be the
last sale. CAMPBELL & SPIRE. .
BEECIJ, XAI,OYE & CO,
Have in store and are 'stilt reeolving a very
extensive and desirable stock of Drygoods. Car
pets, etc., whici they .offer low. Call and ex
amine them, decl-tf.
r I :ai.cs.
On and after this date, we will only pay TIto
cents per ponnd. for good country Cotton
ERRINQ'BOT NOBLE. SELF HELP FOR
young men who have erred, desire a better
mimTinnrt fcnf in .n.l. Iptter enveloDes. free
orchare.-If benefitted return tnepostace. au
droa.PJpLAKTURpS.Box P, Philadelphia, !
Ba(cleor!9 Hair Dye-Thi splendid I
Hair Dye is the best in theworld. The only
inn andper( Jfee harmless, reliable, instan
taneous. Ko' disiriDointmnt. No ridiculous
tints. Natural black" or brown.. Remedies the
ill effects 'of tod Dvu. Invigorates the hair.
leaving it soft and beautiful. The genuine is
signed "William . A. BateMoT. AH others are
mere Imitations. ftDd should bo avoided. Sold
by all Drugciita and Perfumers. Factory 81 Bar-
eay street. New YorK lapreo ly.
Extra fiix:clarsbtlco.-Bewaro of Coun
terfeits I .Smith's Tonic Syrnp has bteneoun-
r.!.-3 T.'. ' I 1-.:--Viii nil f in rr-ltif
SUITE 8 T0SIO STECr.
The 'tea nine articla must have Dr. John
Bull's private stamp on each bottle. Dr. John
Bull only has the right to manufacture and sell
the original John Smith's Tonio Syrup, of Lou
isville. Kentucter. 'Examine well the label on
eaoh-bottle. JVmr private stamp is not on the
bottle, do net parohase, or you will bo deceived.
Bee my column advertisement, and my show
card. I will -prosecute anyone infringing on.
my right. The, genuine Smith's t'onio Syrup
eaa be prepared only by myself. .
The publics servant,
DR. JOHN BULL.
. Property Holders should never "be
without "a Fire Policy in the old, "well
tried, and Reliable State Insurance
Company of Mashville.
Jenkins' Stomach Bitters!
AH persons snfferifle from Dyspepsia, Indi
gestion, tick' Ueadacno, costireness; ail ine
effects of Fever. Chills. Ague, or any dtrange-
ment of the system, will find in
JEXUIN'H fiTOJIACII UITTERS
a certain and most effectual TONIC and IK'
VIGORATOR. It is confidently recommended
by some of the best physicians, as the BEST
SPECIFIC known for all tho disorders of tie
Stomach. and a most effectual preventive far
all MIASMATICAL influences
It Is composed or jure and irosh HfcKUa and
BARKS, and compounded on tho most scien-
tlilO principles oi iucuicm aaiii.
The Proprietor holds certificates from several j
persons, who have experienced the benefit of
this GREAT STRENGTHENER Aal) UKriU-
YAT0R of the human system.
For sale s: able Druggists, and by
R. P. JENKINS,
Wholesale Druggist and Importer,
No. 39 North Market street.
dovIj 6m Nashville. Tenn.
We have one or two cood job presses for
sale, which can be had at at a bareain, br
application at the oc of the Union aks
TS"E 'W & O O X
Hugh Douglas feCo.'s,
53 Public Square,
XTB ARE NOW RECEIVING A VF.BV
VV larze and desirablo stock of ctv m.
ter Goons, loll and complete in every de
partment, to irh'ch we earnestly solicit the at
tention of retail merchants generally.
Nmhvillo. Tenn . DecS Id.
. Vi Ai roSILKT. rroprletOk,
oar Bar with achoica
oar Bar with achoice selection ot
LIQUORS AND WINES,
we rc'p'eetfully ak the puhlio to givo us a trial.
Served avery day at Wi a. m.. and 10 r. u.
CASTLE ROCK COAL!
Best in the Market
- 27 els. per Bushel
EVERY liOAD WEIGHED
LEAVE ORDERS WIT1T
JOHN MORROW & SON,
33 North Mnrkat Htreet.
For, Making Steam It lias bo Eqnnl
READ TIIK F4IAOYF ING t
TS7E.'TIIE UNPERSN1NED. HAVE USED
the i'aatlo UoeU Ceai. and would state
from absoluto experience, it surpasses any coal
that we have ever used, for heat, cleanliness
and economy, and we estimate a fire made of it
will last tnll fifty per eeot. longerthan other
coal tnat we nave usel.
H. C. TaoRXToy,
J. i. TniTCHKB,
HCXT A Co,
T. D. Fliphx,
R. C. llBisraroao,
M. L. Bljktox,
A. AV . Caut.
Giro it it I'Alr Trtnl.
WJ. U. MORROW. Agent.
doe8 If .1C6 Cedar street.
Whelesale StorehoQ38 for Bont.
JiTO. 49 PURLIC SQUARE,
occupied at present, by Mcstrr. Farmon, Oreen
vo. Apply to
S. D. MORI AN.
Get a Business Education !
XAHO?IIO TEH PI, E,
AFFORDS A TOUNO MAN TIIE "MEANS
of thorough instruction in Book-keening.
Comn ercial Law. Commercial Arithmetic. Pen
manship, Partnership Settlements' and the de
tails ot business by all forms ot oorrespondeaae
and business papers.
Tuition for unlimited time hv schnlarahfr,.
good in all our schools, costing SIO.
Sessions day and night. No vacations.
Special ClHfcSiB In I'cnmanslilp.
Send for our Colleze Journal, it f r further
II. 1 .K!1,XT, FrlUClJtHt,
Box 1S1, Nashville. Tenn.
dteC dswJtw tf.
TNF0RJW THE PUPL1C OF "NASHVILLE
J- and Middle Tennessee, that he is manufac
turing on an exteusivo scale.
B A R-B-E L S,
or Every Description.
WMSKr BARRELS, PORK BARRELS.
KEGS, of all kinds and LARD BARRELS.
Full supply always on hand, and offered as low
as can be bought in thin or any other market.
lis asks k trial only of the public.
Factor? and Office, nnrnnr nfijllflnn and TCnrfc
Front streets. fnov2i tilljanlh
Notice to Show Caute In Bankruptcy.
mms isto give notice that john
JL B. Smith. W. H. Oaines. II. Dowlen. J. R.
llogan.John Ohley, A.ti. Edward and 11.1'.
Nevins have filed in the office of the Clerk oi
tms court their petitions for discharge, and It
was thereupon ordered by the court that a h ear
lug be had upon thesame
On the IS tli day of December, 1S0S,
at the hours of 11. Ill a. 12 ir., J2& 1. 1 '
ana 2 r. h respectively, aimeomce oi Aiex
ander S Bradley. Esqr.. Register, No. 78K
iNastiTille, uavidson county, xenn., and. tnat all
creditors who have proven their.debts, and other
persons interested, may appear at said time and
tilaca. and show eanse. if anr thev have, whr the
prayers of said petitions mav not be granted.
aad tnat me ceeond and third meetings ci cred
itors will be had at said time and place.
a. ii. cam YUKUb, ciertc,
U. S. Dist. Court Mid. Dist. of lean,
deel Tuesdays 3t
KICIEAKI) B. WRIGHT,
Dealer, in all kinds of
Sash told at Louisville Price List.
N". 21 Cedar street, and Corner Broad and
STEWART and GMGEK,
ly! j X JLN J. O J- O .
No. 41 South. College 8t
T-TfSPP.f!TPnr.T.V TNFORSf THE PUBLIC
Jtw that they are prepared to do every descrip
tion ot worlc in weir line or ouuness.
Tbey put up Grist Mills. Saw Mills,
Macliluerx for Distilleries and ilsrnu
fhctorlcs. Castings of every description made to order,
and all kinds of Machinery repaired.
t&- Wo will do work promptly and guaran
tee satisfaction, at reasonable rates.
NEW AIjBANYi IND.,
JBRAGDON & CO.,
Comer of Lower Sixth and Water streets,
NEW AtB.tr! Y, INDIANA,
Manufacturers of all kinds of AMERICAS
RAILROAD IRON, both for steam and horse
roads. Re rolling done on short notice and on
as favorable terms as at any mill in too West.
IRON COTTON TIES AND BUCKLES made
to order. All work warranted o; a superior
Cisn paid foi old rails, wrought and east
scrap iron. foct21 w4ms.
Ohaccery Sjle 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, 1S8, of the
Chancery Court at Clarksrillo I will offer for
sain, to the highest bidder, on -the premises.
0n J December 19, 1S68,
the Farm belonging to the estate of C. A. Sugg,
deceased. The farm contains about 420 acre.',
is situated about twelve miles from Clarksville.
on the Keysbnrg road, and within one mile of
Fort's Station, on the Edgefield and Kentucky
railroad. The improvements consist of a good
dwelling, out-houses, fine stables and barns.
There are about 3(0 acres of the tract Cleared,
the balance being heavily timbered.
TERMS One and two years. Notes with
good socuritr required, and a lien retained.
The notes to bear interest from date.
W. T. SHACKELFORD, C. i M.
November 13. !S69-nov22 tf
Tie Tennessee Goal aiiEailroai
PREPARED TJ SUPPLY NA3H-
;n n.;tK !tin I'onl. Whether this
Company can coximni to reduce the price of
toal aepenas upon me quanmy n.
& 1ft qtinntlty Is lnereael ihe ae
tunl cont In lesaenetl.
In four years of management, tbo President
ortnlsuompany nas never, in a jingioinmiuro,
advanced the price of Coal teeauje of tho
ahis .Sold by Weight.
i mm ot w,1 and a piece of chalk 'are iuit
tho samo size, and therefore the coal ij not sold
fay the load.
Lamp Coal 33 cent per bushel.
Round Coal 5a " .
infill BtOMOtCortl, , . .
relear of dust 20
Fine Coal, for man
T.&rira axlei i.f fine Coal twill be mads at lev
ilsure3. and capitalists wno think of suing to
manfdcturing. are earnestly invited to confer
with the officers of this Comoany noon the sub
ject of a permanent supply if cheap Coal.
Xnev claim mat tne prnoiem dub ocen roirea.
and that CHEAP COALfor manufaetntlng pur
poses can now uexuaranteed.
A. S. C0LYAR, President.
J. O. W AUNElt, Bec'y and Treas.
A. 31. NHOOn. JJauaer.
BOOTS AND SHOES
C&3AS. IS. MALI,'.
NO. 47 NORTH COLLEGE STREET.
TTTST nRflKfVRn DIRECT PROM THE
bestIanufaoturers in tha country, one of
tbo largest and best selected stocKs ot
BOOTS, SHOHH AMI GAITERS
ever brought to this market, -which are offered
tor sale at a small advance on Eastern colt.
mall Fronts and liuica bales is the motto.;
FOB SALE LO ir
,4 T IIARDOATLE. GENNETT4 CO.'i, roa.
r ?ft nrt 7ft SnnrH !tf AFlrnt MtrtAt. -
Iron. Castings. Axlej. Nuts.,Bolts. etc. Also
Scrap recovered from our store, burned out.
S - A - m:. powees
NO. Gl XOKTH MARKET ST.,
. A S IK DAYS GONE BY. HE ALLOWS KO
rl. Store in the city, or elsewhere, to surpass
CHEAP, CHEAPER, CHEAPEST,
et fforth Xarbct St.. near tho Nqaare.
fall Paper Winflow Mu,
ETC, ETC-, ETC..
WHOLESALE AKD RETAIL.
1XTE WOULD RFRPP!rrn?irr.T.r nr.
T V form one tT.le.
erallv. that in pnnfnrmlt
existing between ourselves and the largest
Eastern Manufacturers of Paper Bang.
Intra, Win flow htnMien, Window Cor
,c w have established at this
piaoo lau only
) Mammoth Southern Depot,
fpr tho wholesale and retail of goods in this
h.t"e offering goods TO THE
with the EXPENSES OF SHIPPINGi added.
OUR FALL STOCK
is very large and complete, and we Invite the I
puplie to give us a trial before making pur-1
JOHN W. HILL & CO.,
No. 22 SOUTn COLLEGE STREET.
Between Church and Broad.
T. J. YARBROOGB,
Late of the firm of AVeakley Sc Tarbrough,
Grocer and Coanissio
' No. 2
SOBTH COLLEGE STREET,
TTAS NOW IN STORE TIIE FOLLOWING
I I choice and select stock of OrcericJ, which
be offers to the Trade at the Lowest Mark
200 SACKS RIO COFFEE.
23 HUDS. DEMERARA SUGAR,
10 BHDS. CLARIFIED SUGAR,
SO BBLS. lOVEBING'S OSIIIJ BTJGAB,
JO BBLS. " POW'D
100 BBLS. EX. C. SUGAR.
25 BBLS. N. 0. MOLASSES.
25 IIF.BBLS.N. O.MOLASES.
SO 11X1. GKEE.H AND BLACK. TEAS!
ICO BXS. STAR CANDLES.
SO HF. BXa STAR CANDLES.
25 QR. BXS. STAR CANDLE3.
100 BXS. STARCH.
30 CASES ltICIIAKDSON.i HATCHES,
50 BXS. CHEESE,
1 00 CADDIES S.S TOBACCO,
ICO D0Z. PAINTED BUCKETS.
2D0Z.TUBS;Nos 1.2 4 3;
50 DOZ. BROOMS,
200 DOZ. CLOTHES LINES.
SOO DOZES jHA.SO.VS BUACU1WU,
500 BBLS. FLOUR, Jaokson MiUi.
W0 BBLS FLOUR. Black Lick Mills.
SCO BBLS. FLOUR. Magnolia Mills.
0 BBLS. WHITE BEANS.
100 BBLS. NORTI1VS P. B. POTATOES,
5 TIERCES RICE.
3.000 LBS. COD FISH,
25 HF. BBLS. MACKEREL.
SOO KEGS NAILS, assorted.
20 CASES SARDINES,
23 KEGS ENGLISH SODA.
Bacon, Lird. Corn Meal, Bran, Spices. Blae-
iug, tt rapping iraper, lOKeiaerwim a lafgv Ha
complete assortment ot cnoice
comprising Old R. C Whisky, Bourbon Whisky
and imported Gins, Brandies and Wines.
T. J. TAKBROCGH,
21 South College street.
novl3 tjanl Nashville, Tenn;
Third Mioml Batik
w w nvonv
CIIAS. E. UILLifAN,
I). H EA V tlL
DAN'L F. CARTER, EDMUND COOPER.
ALKa. FALL'S ESTATE.
EALS IN EXCHANGE. GOLD AND Sli
ver and Government Securities.
rt. jm. in . .n T.m J.a
York. New Orleans. CineinnatLSt. Louis, tnnis.
ville, Memphis, etc.
B-'JO and 10-10 bonds always oa hand for
W. W. IiEKKT, l're-tnlnt.
EDGAR JONES. Oashlsr.
JOHN KIRKMAN. Vice President.
AGENT FOR THE
Georgia Hone Insurance Co.
Capital and Knrplns $4,00000
S6 COLLEGE STREET.
Fall Iron Frame Wit
Warehouse No. ii. Fourteenth street.
TTAVK BEEN PRONOUNCED BY THfc
n profession to be among the best initru-
meats made, iint class premiums uaea
wherever exhiWted. Being one of the largest
mnnft-tnrie. In America, (hiving made and
sold 972 FUnos in 11807,1 we are ensDieu in sen
at prices which defy competition Sec3 for
circulars and price lists.
McClure's Music Store,
Wholesale and Retail.
Tfc nmfanrimei! takes tdeasnrein announo-
ing tothepubliotbathe has received another
h4nmimi nf thn fintfie.4 Brothers
mnno whlith i th n P.r!or Beautr.'
siie4 Rosewood case, full J octaves, round cor-
ners ana carveci legs. iuu iun uwqu., w.
Una onulities of tone touch and mechanism.
attract ailko tb artist and aaatuer. Tho low
pria ? at which they are offered, place them
within the reach of every one, hence they are
destined to be the great favorite of tho public.
ily stock of Steinway. Dunham. V, eher and
lvranshaar Pianos is largo and varied, and are
offered at factory prices,
in iw.ni nil .MeJodeons.iI doal In thciunrd
ett only, whioh stand before the publio without
& Rhoalmniis anl small musical merchandise
in the greatest abundance, and sold at lowest
rates. novl-tf jas. A. aiofiiurtii.
Farmers, Buy at Home
V0UR WAGONS AND AGRICULTURAL
X imDleinents. I am mannacturtng tne very
best of Steel Plows, and other Implements
Also, wagons of the very best material anj
No. 331 South Cherry street, between Asn an
Alnlerry streets. toiio no
. V i I
BOOK AND JOB
Church and Cherry Sts.,
Maxwell House & Post Office.
BEING PREPARED WITH TUB
LATEST STYLES OF JOB TYPE
IEW MD MPBOVED
BOOK AND JOB PRESSES !
HUN BY STEAM,
WE CAN EXECUTE ON THE SHORTEST
Notice and VERT LOWEST terms. In
the ve neatest style of the art, all kinds and
In any Style or Color.
In (act, every thins; In the Printing Line.'
ttcular attention glrcn'to all Vlnds of
Bills of lading:,
Special attention given to printing
Posters and Show Bills
Forjwhici, we have the best faailities in the j
Also, we are prepared to execute '
Ming S-vlBook Biidii.
Of Every Description.
In the best and most substantia manner, at
greatly reduced prices.
All Work Warranted.
All Ortlorn neat by Nnil will receive
J. O. GRIFFITH & CO..
Cor. CburctiBBd hrry BtreeL,-
JUST I5ECIVI !
I 45 3SIZESS0UTHERNCANN0X STOVES
20 small franiiia uiaiotoTi;
60 Phcenix Cannon ,
10 "Fireside" Ojen Front Coal Stoves;
25 Cannon Stoves, with Drnm:
18 Open Coal Stoves, with Fire Tile Baok;
200 6. 7 and 8 inch Cooking: Stoves, best
patterns: " ...
10 Champion Cooking Stoves, with estrs
Tin Hot Oven and W aler Boiler;
75 Common Grates, complete;
60 Jambs " .
70 Wood Stoves, i sues.
dec3 lw J- W- WIur i t.u.
Old Established House.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED AND ABB
constantly in receipt of a largo and Doe
assortment ot all kinds or uentlemen. uoy3 ,
Ladies', Mines' and Children's
Boots, hbocs, Balmorals', GiUtcrs, Etc
Gents'. Beys' and Children's Far. Cassimere and
wool 11AX?. vats, etc.
Whips, Thocga. Hosiery. Gloves, Blacking,
Brushes, Thompsonian Medicines and
B. R. CUTTER k G LEAVES.
Comer Broad and College Streets.
novlU3m Nashville, Tenn.
Louisville and Nashville
PALL SCHEDULE, 1868.
COMMENCING NOVEMBER 8, !
Trains will ran as follows .
Leave Nashville S.io A. M. 6:20 P. M.
Arrive at Louisvillo 1:3U Y. M. A. as..
Both Tralni make direct connection at l-outs-
vUle with the Jeffersoaville Railroad for St.
Louis, Chicago. Indianapolis: Cincinnati. Balti
more, Washington. Philadelphia, andNew York.
Morning irain trom aasnvuie connects mm
United States mail line (teamen leaving Louis
ville at fcOO r. n connecting at Cincinnati with
early morning trains East, Baoqiok chscczd
from as ti vuie to at. ujou. unieago. uisein
natl. and all principal Eastern cities.
Mr The 0:30 p. n. Train from Nashvll.
doesnotrca on SUNDAY.
uallatin Aocemmoaation Train leaves uaiia-
tln at 9il3 A- .M.. arrivinr at Nashvill at
1H15 A. M. Returning, leaves Nashvill at
SilS P.M- and arrives at Gallatin at 620 P.M.
A. lis Kit r run,
Goal Superistendeat L. 4 N. R. R.
W. S. DUNNAVANT,
CONTUACTOU AND BOI.Dr.lt,
CoK.orH oaT.A'tCr2isiaLA5i iL(r.
would r spectfully inform, his patrons, tiiends
and the nahlie eensrallv. that he has secured
the services or Mr. Geo. W. llickman as Agent
and Foreman, and is prepared to execute all
kinds of building and job work with dispatoh
and in a workmanlike manner tocU
Office General Freight Agent,
Nashvuxk & Cjimiooa i iSD Nisaviitx
Jt 0THlVK3TrR.V K1ILWAT3,
NAsnviLLE, Oct. 14, 1863. j
EREIGRT CONTRACTS. AT LOW RATF3.
will be made on shipments from Nashville
.To 1'cmpltls, XewOrlcaM & St. Louis.
To all points on the Mississippi river, via
Through rates given and Bills Lading isjnsd
I . only at thu office.
CHAS. W. ANDERSON.
Oen'I Fre'ibt Agent.
A. A. SPMCER & 0.,
S. E. Corner Walnut and Water sts.
CIXC1NSATI, - OHIO,
Liberal Advances made on Sbioments. and
careful attention given to fiUlng orders.
BUY AT HOME.
UNDERSIGNED. BEING FULLT
piepnred for manufacturing Sasli.
Jsoors, lillnitH, inside and out. Pivot aad
Statioaary Slats, Frames of every description.
Brackets, Cornices. plain and ornamental.
Mantelciecea. Mouldinn of all kinds. Ban
Boards. FlooriBg, PupTar and Pine Celling
Plank. Weatherboardioff. and BniTJInr Mate
rial generally. Also. Builders and Cootractdrs
All at as low rates as can be imported of oiual
Quality. ienJ orders. Functuality and dis
patch areour business creed. Office and fac
tory adjoiningNvhville and Chattanmiga Rail
road Locomotive Shops, Cedar street, Nashville,
TUIUIITILLK A rCLCJIKJl.
P4rfTRS BASK XOTE8
IN ACCORDANCE WITH AN ACT OF THE
General Aswmbry of taa State of Tennessee,
approval December 12. 1S6. entitlai an ast r
expedite the distntciiuu ir tne Sects ef Banks
which bivo or m s assignments among
their creditor. notice is hereby given to the
! Idem ef tb notes of the Planters' Bank of
TesrzM . 'nt them to the nndersigaed
at tne Dank in Nashvilla ior payment between
bow and the first day of January. 1S. or they
will be forever barred.
D. WSAVER Trust.
Iran .1 i--lii.nl a.
W. IVIE WESTBR0OE.
Ds. R. Yf. BEERS.
EoiToaa xjro PcBLtsaxts.
Issued to thirteen hundred snhscrib iV
A TINE ADVERTISING MEDILM. AT
Robert Thoiupson & o
Stesm Craektr Bakery and Candy Works.
IJirOSTKES IHO DSltSB3 is
Wines, Liquors and Foreign Fruits,
CIGARS. TOBACCO. LTC
33 South 2Inrket St.. Naslivllle, Tenn.
PURE SCOTCH AND IRISU WHISKr.
Old Pennsylvania Rve and Caow. Bourbon
and soma Terr snrerior Knbertmn I'ntmtr. f r
sale, at low eash prices, bv
PORTERS AND ALE?, of various brands,
direct importations, and fnrsile low. trr
R'JBERT TUOMPSuN i CO.
rpEAS. of 11 grades, in a'l kinds of pstxuu
ior saie low. oy
ROBERT TIIOMP50N A CO.
COFFEES AND SUGARS always on. hand,
and will be sold as low ss the 1 jwest.
CHEESE A large and well auurtei stock,
just received and fr.le !o- by
HUUfcKr TIIUMIMJN & CO.
CANDIES AND CRACKERS, always fresh,
and DUt ud in Quantities to rate ntirrh..i-
Fire Cracker?. Fiuiu-of all kinds, and nearly
everv kind of soods usual!? k.i.i ir ihi. I.n.
Will be found at the Store of
IKUBKitl THOMl'SON CO
sov2itf No. 33 South Market strett.
'in:-: AHiivn i-i.
Life Insurance Couipuii),
Xo. 10 Maxwell House.
JOUN M. BASS
J. W. IIOTTK-a
Dr. T. A. ATCHISON-
D. S. U. STOUT
A Southcni Home Inotltutlou.
- Issues all kinds ofLIfo aad Enduwmtst
Policies on mostfaverible termr. imayS