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jiBHVILLE TOTCON AM) AMERIQA - TH1JHSP4 DECEMBER 10, 186&
TOIQST AND AMERICAI
OtJB BEPBBIICAS COURT.
Tbo Indies of the IThlte House The
Comtnij Advent of&rs. General Grant.
"While tlio interested politicians
are speculauns:, proposing and in
triguing in reference to the Cabinet
of Gen. Grant, the ladies, far and
ion 1 : it. mlin
sort ot a person is Mrs. ucn. trrant,
ana Tvnat are her qualiiications lor
me honors ol tne unite .tiouser
rr i .... . --. .: u
aauiu YiQ UUVC iau luiviuawiu uicluu
of the ladies of the White House
broadlv suggested, from Mrs.
George Washington" down to .Mrs
Andy Johnson. It is a theme for
a heavy volume, gilt-edged and co
piously illustrated with steel engra
vings ; but for our present purpose
a lew passing remarks will do.
Uur "republican court," under
Mrs. Washington Tvas originally lo
caled at No. 3 Cherry street, Frank
lin square at that time the Wash
ington Heights of New York city.
The members of the Cabinet and of
Congress were scattered about in
their private residences or boarding
houses, between Franklin square
and Water street and thence along
to the Battery. The administration
of the honors of the Executirc Man
sion by Mrs. Washington was sub
iftantially a reproduction of the eti
quette, costumes and ceremonies of
St James and St. Cloud. A learned
historian on the subject says that
her levees were numerously attended
by the fashionable, elegant and re
fined; that the rabble, the coarse
and boisterous partisan and impu
dent place-hunter were rigorously
excluded: that full dress was re
quired of all her visitors, and that
there was no admission for interlop
ers "with boots, frockcoats and
roundabouts, or with patched knees
and holes at both elbows." Her
receptions were select, elegant and
From New York the general gov
ernment was removed to Philadel
phia, where the same system was
maintained, and thence to the newly
laid out but almost invisible city of
asuington, as the permanent na
tional capital, under President John
Adams, in 1S00. Mrs. Adams was
a highly accomplished woman of
the colonial aristocracy and of the
federal school, and she maintained
as far as practicable the courtly
forms and ceremonies of Mrs. Wash
ington. But in a very interesting
letter on her new house in the ham
let of Washington she has left upon
record tho primitive expedients to
which she was driven to make things
passably comfortable expedients
and makeshifts which seem to have
given her much amusement. In this
we have sufficient evidence of bar
admirable qualities for the position,
the time and the place.
President Jefferson came to Wash
ington a -widower. He was free
from tho power behind the throne,
and, being a thoroughgoing radical
of the French school, in society as
in politics, his advent marked a rad
ical revolution yes, a revolution in
dress and manners only less marked
than the changein Franco itself with
the overthrow of tho monarchy, the
clipping of the fine feathers of the
Bourbons and the proclamation of
the republic. Jefferson would have
no courtly ceremonies about him.
His own dress, even at his recep
tions, being that of a plain farmer,
he had no objections to boots, frock
coats or sleeves out at both elbows.
Everywhere the new philosophy of
life was received with acclamations,
and thus, from 1S01, vrc may date
not only the downfall of the stately
politics, but a general decay of the
stately society of the old federal
Under the plump and rosy,
sprightly and charming "Dolly
Madison" a new dispensation of so
cial life was introduced in the White
House, especially after the peace
with England of 1815. Her recep
tions were gay, sparkling and de
lightful, and her popularit was un
bounded, and she reigned in Wash
ington to the end of her long and
happy life. Under MrS Monroe and
Mrs. John Quincy Adams we had in
the social reunions of the Executive
Mansion a happy blending of digni
ty, refinement and republican sim
plicity. Mrs. J. Q. Adams was the
last of the school of Martha Wash
ington of which she was a worth'
Gen. Jackson, another widower,
like Jefferson, brought in another
change. Fashion, beauty and the
doves and loves and graces were
frightened away from the White
House by boisterous politicians, the
Nimrod Wildfires from the back
woods of Tennessee, the bear eaters
from the canebrakes of "the Big
Muddy" and the alumni of Tamma
ny Hall. In truth, Old Hickory
was so absorbed in party politics
that before ho knew what it was all
about he found himself entangled in
a feminine Cabinet imbroglio, from
which there "was no escape but in a
new Cabinet out and out His Sec
retar of State, Martin Van Bureu,
obligingly gave the hint to his col
leagues by resigning, and they all
resigned, and this was the making
of Van Buren. The mantle of Jack
son carried him into the White
House next in order of tho succes
siou; but, being a widower, too,
nnd wholly taken up with the politi
cians, like his "illustrious predeces
sor," there was nothing brilliant or
fascinating m the social adramistra
tion of Van Buren except hissplcn
did rig from top to toe, his shining
hat and boots, his glittering state
chariot and Ins roj al table. He was,
in fact, a federalist of democratic
General Harrison, next in the
White House, promised a better state
of things with the family gathered
about him ; but he was tortured to
death iu a single month by ravenous
ofllce-seekers. His successor, John
Tvler. a widower at first, but next
happ3 in the possession of ayoung,
beautiful and accomplished wile, re
vived the dear, delightful receptions
of "Dollv Madison," and introduced
those pleasing summer afternoon
promenades, to the music of the
Marine Band, on Wednesdays in the
Capitol grounds and on Saturdays
in the ardens of the hue llouse,
south side, looking down the broad
Potomac almost to Mount Vernon
Mrs. Polk, a strict disciplinarian as
a churcu member, and the voung
ladies of her family, in a subdued
tone, maintained the social cheerful
ness of the East Boom established
bvi Mrs. Tvler. Mrs. President Tv
ler modestly withdrew herself from
the public i-ye and was only once
sppn bv a visitor to the White
House. who blundered into her sit
tin"- room and found her seated by
the fireplace knitting a stocking and
smokinc her pipe. But Mrs. Ocn
Bliss, Old Zack's favorite daughter,
in her mother s place, itul tne Honors
of the establishment with the artless
ness of a rustic bello and the grace
of a duchess.
Under Fillmore, another mdower,
the social glories of the East ftoom
somewhat declined, although his ex
cellcncy was esteemed by the ladies
as a very handsome and charming
man, though not as ho thinks old
Mr, Blair, "the greatest man that
uod Almighty ever made. Mrs.
an so jie
Pierce was distinguished
for its political character,
old bachelor Buchanan,
on the other hand -a devoted ladies'
man, with his handsome and amiablo
niece, Miss Harriet Lane, as mistress
of ceremonies, made tho President's
receptions remarkably enjoyable.
Nor can it bo justly denied that Mrs.
Lincoln discharged vastly increased
responsibilities of her position as if 1
born and trained for it. Mrs. John
son is relieved from the cares of state
by her daughters, Mrs. Stover and
Mrs. Senator Patterson, who arc
universally esteemed as eminently
worthy the distinction they have
This brings us down to Mrs. Gen
Grant An unpretending, unambi
tious woman of the West, the wife
of a man who but the other day was
called from his tanyard to put down
a gigantic rebellion, how will Mrs,
Grant dispense the honors mat await
her f Like the daughter ol a gooci
and esteemed citizen and the wife
of a great soldier.bravely and well
Nay, we undertake to predict that
though lastshe will aot be the least
in our list of the honored ladies of
the White House. NeioYorkBerald
W. G. COLLIER,
Wlt.ilriU. kimI Itrtnll Itnnlrr
Writ ing Deslih.
AUJiOLU'S mtinaru FI.IJIJ,.
COl'YIXl UK, fl'f.
At-BO. DtrOSITOKT FOR Till
American Bible Society,
AND A0IXT rus TBI
IMtEMUYTKKIArr COMMITTEE OF
Don In the neatest and latest styles at ihott
NO. 40 V7xlON STBKiiT,
Iletwean Cellege and Cherry J tree if.
Kii nnn NE and tw year old
OyjyjyJXJ Tinea of the most popular varie
ty in the country, among the
Concord and Ives' Seedlings,
being now more generally planted than any
Those wishing to plant ont VINTARDS this
fall and winter, had better send in their orders
soon if tbey want to be supplied with tuperior
Vines, not grown under elan.
O. W. 0. PAYNE.
PostofBce, Nashville, enn.
1868 PAIJ. TEADF, 1868
Furniture and Mattresses.
WEAKLEY & WARREN,
Ko. North CoIIt-ffe Street.
.Manufacturers and Wholesale and Retail Deal
ers in ETery Variety of
lnrlnr. Hot! -room, Dlninfr-rooDi, Hull
Luoklti Glasses, Window GIkws, etc.
HrK DESIRE TO CALL ESPECIAL AT
Ti tention to onr Mammoth Stock of Goods
for the fall trade, as we are fully satisfied that
an examination of onr stock and prices will
convince purchasers that we wil sell good goods
fully as low as they can bo bought in this city,
or brought bcre from any other market. Con
sult your own interest by giving us a call.
WEAKl-KV & WAKKKN.
Wo have about 190 boxes Window Glass tha
We will sell at cost. scpS Sm.
To Planters and Shippers of Cotton.
ATTE AUE NOW
PTlF.PAMJb IN OUR
t.ra. mil mmmArUoiis Ilrick Warohuuses
on Clark and Church streets, to store, ship and
sell all col ton entrusted to us, at the txeeodrag
low rate or osk iiullau as.-i.
No commisrions charged for selling, and no ad
ditional chaige on storage lor six months. All
cotton injured unless otherwise instructed. We
are prepared t make liberal advances on cot
ton sbippel to our friends in Liverpool, New
Uopton, Philadelphia, Baltimore. Cincinnati
and New Orleans, at regular bank rates of in
terest, ana wunout any cnargcut uuuuiikiuu
for advancing- ....
We respectfully tolicil a liberal snare 01 your
patronage. ....... u
EOVJJ 11 .w... .m. ...... .. ...
WILL PROCEED TO SELL. TO THE
biehost bidder for Caib. on HniurdHy,
lisiti Dririiilipr. 180H. 10 o'clock, fit No-
4'J Market trreet. the late business house of
James Doyle, deceased, the following articles
belonging 10 said uoyie:
l Liaige scaic,
1 Writing Desk,
1 Center Table.
2 Small Stoves.
1 Rocking Chair.
1 Bedstead and Bed Clothing,
1'a.n.t and Mnttinir.
Alfa, various small articles belonging to the
late lirm oi uovie ,v vo. -...
Mlt'llALIi VAUUIin. aum r.
of James Doyle, dce'd.
The Southern Mattress Factory,
JVO. SJ72 S. CHEKUT STKE1.T.
TrE KEEP CONSTANTLY UillAftUDU
W perior Knrinic, Curli'tl Hnlr. Moan,
-...... rm, mm tvniki Jinitrcnxra. to
gether with Pillows. Bolsters. Sheets, Comforts.
etc., etc.. wnicn will oe lureuuru m
the lowest prire. j
We also trim Church pews, and do all kinas
of renovating in our line.
II inconvenient lo visit our racuirj-, vnu j
Yeatman. Shields fc Co.'s. or T. y. Barnes
Auction llou'cs. College street, and leave or
ders, which will be promptly filled.
We will buy I'OO.llW roucui oi ituuuu
SHUCKS delivered at our factory.
V. A- UUlit. con,
nov21 2m 272 South Chtny st.
HORNEU & GAFF,
Troduce Commission Merchants,
AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
CHEESE. HUTTEIl, OKI tilt FKUIT,
Seeds. Split Peas. Beans, Hominy. Pearl Barley
Grits. Oat Meal, etc, etc.
SM Mnln Street, Cincinnati.
Particular attention given to the purchase
and sale of drain. Flour, Provisions, etc
aug ' 3m
Attention, Cotton Shippers!
BAILEY, ORDWAY & CO.
T KSl'KCTFULSY INFORM TI1KIR
JLV triendsand me puniic generally, msi aney
aro prepared and
Will HnmHe Cotton n I.w n Any
HoiMusol isoiirn iti me
BAGGING, HOPE AND TIES,
Of every description, as Vow at tUo I.tivrcht
Cash advnm-etl on Cotton consigned to their
friends in Cincinnati, New Orleans, New York
Having a Compress in full operation, can savo
shippers IX) per cent, on all freights to New
York or Boston. novlS tf.
To Oar Frlciids and Patrols.
The generous interest of our fries in
extending the circulation of the Umox
and American is each as to call for tht
warmpst posiiblo expression of onr thanks.
We feel that the beet return we can make
ft to pledge increased exertions to make tho
paper worthy, not only of the patronage of
it. present list, but of a place in every
counting-room, professional office and fire
Bide in tbo State. This, we are striving lo
-do. The mofe readers we have the better
paper we can make and the more good' we
can accomnlish. We want td double the
circulation of the Unios ASD Americak.
If every one who now receives it will
send us one more name, the list
will be doubled at once
Can not you. friend, send us one more
name ? Speak to that neighbor who don't
take it, and to that young man who
greatly needs something Democratic to
read. Just try. if you fail, try again. !
We feel confident that nearly every one of
our present subscribers could send us one
more name, if he would only try. It
would be a small item to each one, bat the
aggregate would be of great importance to
vi. One more ; will yon try ?
ORE DOLLAR TILL JAU'Y, 1869.
Persons wishing the Daily Uniok and
American for the balance of this year
can get it for ONE DOLLAR till January
1869; or NINE D0LLA.KS till Janu
ary 1,1870; or
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from now till January, 1870, for TWO
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Now is the best time to subscribe,
t othsrs to join you.
To euch of our patrons and friends as
need job-work in any department of print
ing, we would state that we(are thoroughly
prepared to execute all orders at the short
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that too on the most reasonable terms. We
have three splendid job offices consolidated
in one, and we allow no other office to sur
pass ours in the style or cheapness of job
printing. Send in your orders and we
guarantee entire satisfaction. It is our
highest ambition to please our patrons.
The following gentlemen are authorixed
arid requested to act as Agents for tht
Unios and American, and to receive and
receipt for subscriptions and advertisements
for the same:
B. Q. Manard, Bristol.
S. N. Fain, Mossy Creek.
C. Austin, Austin's Mills.
Will. McCampbell, Knoxville.
Patten & Payne, Chattanooga.
H. Liggett, Kingston.
James B. Reed, Athens.
Hugh L. Fry, Sweetwater.
Capt. W. D. Haynes, Blountville.
Marsh Inge), Union Depot.
Col. Dungan, Jonesboro.
Col. Wm. Stringfield, Rogersville.
Ogilvie & HaiUwood, College Grove.
John W. Faxon, Clarksville.
M. V. B. Ingram, Springfield.
R. F. Ferguson, PeachePs Mill.
W. R Saddler, Fort's Station.
J. B. Wright, Gallatin.
J. H. Brockett, Lafayette.
A. A. Swope, Carthage.
Dr. S. C. Bridgwater, Dixon's Springs.
W. G. Cox, Gainsboro.
P. Turney and J. A. Fancher, Sparta.
T. Whaley, Smithville.
R. Kirkpatricb, Butler'd Landing.
A. O. H. P. Sehorn, Murfreesboro.
W. II. McFerrin, Woodbury.
Howard W. Newman, Winchester.
II. L. Walling, McMinnville.
0. H. P. Harris, Livingston.
E. F. Hunt, Tullahoma.
D. P. Rathbone, Manchester.
E. G. Curlle, Brady ville.
Wm. Barton, Readyville.
John Laws, Farmington.
-A. A. Steele, Lewisburg.
McCord and Ogilvie, Unionville.
G. P. Baskette, and M. B. Moorman &
Geo. W. Morgan, Fayetteville.
Dr. J. B. Mathews, Edgefield.
Simpson & Cleland, Brentwood.
T. J. Watson, a B. Rozell, Franklin.
J. B. Stephenson, Spring HilL
Banks & Drake, Thompson's Station.
D. Shelton, Columbia.
M. L. Stockard, and J. S. Griffith, Mt
A. H. Higdon, Lynnville.
Wm. Harris, Corneraville.
W. J. Ridgeway, Elkton.
J. R. Oiborne, PulaBki.
F. G. Tignor, "
E. W. Holt, Bunker Hill.
H. Denton, Cookeville.
Matthews & Davenport, Lawrenceburg.
Maj. Brashear, Linden.
W. L. Morris, Waynesboro.
A. G. 'McDougal, Savannah.
Col. L. McCullum, Centerville.
W. W. Hobbs.Waverly.
Thos. C Morris, Charlotte.
G. B. Hughes, Clifton.
John Larkins, Jobnsonville.
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.
Vf. R. Loving, Richmond.
1. M. Johnson, Cageville.
W. A. Steele, Camden.
Wm. Laudrum, Dresden.
Louis M. Williams, Newbern.
D. P. Shoffner, Union City.
Cab. Shull, Purdy.
A. S. Currey, Trenton.
W. I. Weotbrook, Brownjville.
Maj. John H. Bills, Bolivar.
N. Y. Cavitt, Paris.
Scales & Seward, Humboldt.
J. F. Davis, Hickman, Ky.
John L. Webb, Dyersburg.
W. C. Vail, Chestnut Bluff.
Capt. W. Wheeler, Ripley.
W. J. Pitts, Double Bridges.
Jnfin T. D.iiifflanp. Covinelon.
Dr. D. H. Thomai & Co., Lmefleld and
Maj. J.O H. Bradford. Woodville
K0. 6 WEST FE0NT STREET
Foreign Wines and Liquors,
AND HAVANA CIOAKS,
PaTER UlIDSICK CHAMPAGNE,
Wta. Tonagcr Co.'h EI lis Ion rff Al e,
Kxsrs constantly on hand a lare.e stock ot Pure
&pperlli3tilled Whisky, of various wes from
... "i -i .i m.kM in Ksntuekr. which
S. offen foVraiVbrnd oriar paid, in lots to
,UAUdfrom thU hons warranted tob.
Important to Slippers of Cotton
mHE UNDERSIGNED HAVE DETER
I ..; n tIiim ilm Starase and Commts
sion on all Cotton consigned to them on wagons
or KaUroad. to
Two DoUars per Bale.
ir.t f.ionrl. tlint we cannot
handle their produce for nothing, and do H
honestly, but will suaranteo to them iAIK
AND h6NEST AVEIGHTS. and will always
make sales for them at the HIGHEST market
iTriri, nnd will charge them a fair eommission
for so doing. .
-n. rn exeriiun to make it to the in
tertst of oor patrons, ye solicit their patronage,
J AO. iT 11 III uioo tx-
THOS. VARKES A CO.
MoCKEA i CO.
Novemb 11. 15C8-novl5 lm
Nashville -and northwestern
ON AND AFTER NOVEMBER 22. 1BG8.
Passenger Trains will run as follows :
Leave N-ihrille at
Arrive at Union City at
Arrive at Hickman at.
Connecting at Union City with the Mobile and
Ohio Railroad, and at Hickman with the Mem
phis and St. Louis Packet bteamers lor to
lumbal, Cairo, Chicago, tit. Eontsi and
ail the principal points in tno west na norm
Leave Nashville at..-..--..
Arrive at McKenxle at......
..10: W t,
- 6:25 a.
" Memphis at
Union City at.
" Hickman at ..
1:20 a U
Connecting at Humboldt and Memphis with
Trains far Ureoads. JnatOB. Jaclcaoa.
VtcKabnrs:, JVew Orleans -and intermedi
Memphis passtnger does not run on Sunday,
Passengers will notice that this is the short
route to Memphis. New Orleans, Cairo, St.
liouis and tne northwest.
Tickets sold and Baggage cbecbed
tliroag-ti to all Important poiats.
Fare as Ion as nay rontc.
Tickets for sale at the Citv Transfer OQco,
Maxwell llalldini;. Church street, and at the
naatmile ana Uhattanooga uepot.
A. L. LaNDIS.
Gen. Agent N. 4rN. W. K. R.
General Ticket Aeent, fnov22 tf
Nashville and Chattanooga
R A. I XjR O A D.
Olianso of Time.
O PASSENGER TRAINS WILL LEAVE
A Nashville daily, as follows:
Dor Train. . 0:15 A.X.
HlKbt iratu....- 6:30 P.M.
Making direct connection at Chattanooga with
the Western and Atlantic Railroad for Atlanta,
Maenn. Colnmhns. West Point. Anrasta. Sa
vannah ana Albany, ueorgia; isntama, Aiont
gomcry and Mobile, Alabama: Charleston and
Columbia, South Carolina: Wilmington, Char
lotte and uaieigh, Korth Carolina, ana inter
At Savannah passengers have choice of water
or rail route to Florida.
Knoxville, Bristol, Lynchburg. I'e-
tcrnDnrsr, Kicuraouu, norioiu,
IVaanlBirtoa Citv. Balti
more, Pbllsdelpbla sad New Torb,
will make direct connections by taking the 6:30
v. Train out of Hashvillo.
THIS IS THE SHORT BOTJTE
to Washington City, Baltimore, Philadelphia
and rtew lorK.
FARE AS LOW -AS ANY OTHER ROUTE.
Baggage Checked Through.
Pa.ln.ce Sleeping Cars on all Night Trains.
Leaves Nashville .. 3:30 P. M.
Arrives at Wartraca 7:30 P. M.
Leaves Wartrace - 6.-00 A. M.
Arrives at Nashville 10.00 A. M.
Passenffen for McMinnville and Manchester.
Winchester and Alabama or Jasper Branch
Railroads will take the Day Train out of Nash-
Ville. I. W. TIIOHAN,
W. L. DAN LEY, Superintendent.
. T. Ageft. novl7 tf
A Safe Investment!
JN ADDITION TO OUR STOCK OF
HARDWARE at CUT17ERY
FOR THE WHOLESALE TRADE.
we have secured tho Agency for
MacNEALE & URBAN '3
Burglar and Fire-Proof Safes,
WITH COMBINATION LOCKS,
whieh wo sell at the Manufacturers' Prices, with
freight added. A laree stock on hand, and can
supply any site and finish.
Also - we manufacture BREAST A CO.'S
Eoya! Tyrian and 0amine Inks,
tho cheapest, best and most popular ink in the
market. Consumer; of ink can be supplied at
W. C. COLLIER'S,
C. W. SMITH'S,
McCLEAN & CO.'S,
and it is sold to theTrade by Wholesale Uonse3
CRAIGHEAD, BREAST fc'.GIBSON,
nov!9 2m TBI 45 Public Sqnwrf.
Just in Time!
LARGE ARRIVAL OP
Geils' Furnishing Goods.
WE INVITE THE ATTENTION OP THE
Trade to our large and well selected
KKADT-SfAOE CLOTHING and
Cloths, Cnxslnieres ud Vewtlnss.
which will be made to up order at short notice,
and in the most fashionable styles. Call and
examine our mammoth stock.
KIKCIIER & ATIEXCn,
Nos. 51 and S3 South Market street.
JAMES E. PATTERSON Salesman.
It. T. KIRKPATRICK'S,
NO. 08 COI.LEQK STUEET.
LADIES' CLOTH CLOAKS. IN QBbAT
variety, handsome and cheap. .
liort lllankets, all sues ana qualities.
White and eolrred Flannels, splendid assort
Our stock of Silks. Irish Poplins, Empress
Cloths and Dress Goods generally, is complete,
and will be sold at low figures
Also, h fine line or Ladies' r u kd.
h. FRtxcn. c a. mcHiBPSoJt.
'REN0H, ANDERSON & CO.,
74 South Market Htreei,
Nashville, - - Tennessee.
Vinluiivi ax enti of Mejsri. WaBD It Bnioae.
r......nrtliAT.nnMiip. Vftnltentiirv. for the
sale of their Agricultural Implements. Castings
and Cedar Ware. sepiu am.
W A R T .
T WANT A MAN TO TAKE THE AllENCY
X for Lloyd's Great Double Revolving Maps of
Europe and America, with the 4,000 county col
ored Jlap ot tno united oiaies on iqo iiacn. is
sued to-day. and needed by every family, school
and library in the land, witn patent reverters,
by which either may ean be thrown front Kaon
map is 62x61 inches large, with ribbon binding
and doubled-faced rollers: cost 8100.000 and
three years' labor. Price $5, worth 850. A
small capital will do to start with. $10 a copy
ean be got forlhese maps. Send for circular.
terms, etc. .twenty new maps rawjrww.
nov20 dtwlm P. O. Box 122. Atlanta. Qa-
THE UNDERSIGNED TAKES PLEASURE
in informing the public of Edgefield that
they have re-opened the above oldestablsh
ment, recently occupied by U AJLilMiSi
where will be found constantly on hand, iresh
Bread every evening, which will be delivered
at residences on leaving orders at the Bakery.
Cakes of all kinds, Candies ef every descrip
tion, and everything usually kept in a
FANCY FAHI1YY GUOCEKY.
Orders for Weddings and Parties promptly
filled Goods delivered to all parts of the town
free of charge. UKO. UAZLEtyOOD & SON.
Corner of Woodland and Barrow its.
CAIiliEXliER & CAKKETT,
Heal Estate Agents,
HAVE REMOVED THEIR OFFICE TO
No. 11 North Cherry street. MAXWELL
HCK. where they will continue to give
their attention to selling. exchanging.-rcnting
and leasing every description of city and
country property. . . ,
Our MR. UARF.ETT will gtvenis special at
tention to the examination of titles, preparing
deeds, title bonds, mortgages, contracts, etc.,
inla satisfactory manner and on reasonable
C. W. -0W-A3D.
ROWLAND & CO.,
" NoVlS WEST SECOND STREET.'
S Liberal advances made on eonslgnments.
CB1S K. BC0IL45AS.
BUCEMAN & CO.,
WnOLISiLI DIILELS in
Fine Bourbon & Rye Whiskies5
And Proprietors of tho Celebrated Brand of
44 STAB BOUEtBON,"
Sos & sutd 13
sepl tf .
I'nblie L andlair,
SAML. M, MURPHY & CO
Nob. 17 and 19 West Columbia St.
TMRTTT.T.TJTltJ (V COLOQNE SPIRITS. AL,
I Anhnl .nri nnmHtia Lianors. Dealers In
Bourbon and Rye Whiskies. Proprietors of th
celebrated brand of Orange Valley Whiskey,
BROWN & JELKE,
BUT XSD SELL
and all kinds of
Broom ilateriols.-CacMiies and Tools.
. NO. S WALNUT STREET,
Cincinnati, - - - Ohio
R. H. GKROOMES & CO.,
1SD DIALBES its
METALLIC BMAL CASES,
OFFICE No. 42 NdRTil CIIERKT ST.
WILL ATTEND TO ALL FUNERAXS IN
the citv and jrnrwmndine' ennntrr. with
first-class Hearses, including a beautiful
HEARSE FOR CHILDREN.
Carriares furnishm!. Order lnfT nt tlin nffTiA
will be promptly attended to.
Undertakers in the conntry con be furnished
with Burial Cases at thelowest wholesaleprices.
Particular attention paid to Disinterments,
Removing and Shipping of Bodies.
A. & W. R ANNIE,
SI BROAD STREET,
WHOLESALE BAKERS AND C0NFEC
. : r .. r. . c . r
Candles, Crackers, etc., etc, beg to call the at
tention of the City and Country Merchants to
their large and well assorted stock of
Candies and Confectioneries,
all of which hsvo been made of the best mate
rial by competent workmen.
Also, just received Iresh liayer Kaisins, Figs,
Nuts of all kinds. Citron, Lemon Peel, Canned
Fruits, Preserves, Jellies, Oysters, Sardines, etc.
Also, a large and splendid assortment of
FKENCH AND GERMAN TOYS and Fancv
Articles, carefully selected of the newest pat
terns. Also, a large assortment of FIRE-WORKS !
Batter. Pia.niA. ftncr.r AmrmitkA mnA
Cream Crackers, all of which wi 1 be aold verv
Country Merchants are respectfully requested
to give us a call. A. .t W. K ANN IK,
novl7 tjanl 24 Broad street.
No. 6 North College Street,
(Successor to Weakley A YarbroughJ
S JUST IN RECETPT OP A FRESH STOCK
J. of Groceries and Liquors, consisting in pait
2hbds New Orleans Brown Sugar.
10 " " Clarified bugar.
10 ' " DemRrnT&Rnru-.
1W) bags choice Rio Coffee.
zu DDIs uolden birup-
f . unuuea ugar.
2o Powdered Sugar,
SO hlf-bbls Mackerel, aiinrted.
ICO boxes Soap.
200 " Star Candles.
100 " Starch.
100 " Cove Oysters.
iu) casks Soda.
25 boxes Soda. 1 lb. runcri.
50 dozen Brooms.
100 " Painted Buckets.
101 caddies assorted Tea.
boxes mustard, assorted sues- -59.
,". Hu-lord's Yeast Powders.
10 bbls Blacking.
25 cases Richarrlinn'i Mutnhxa
15) boxes Pickles.
lOO.OvOCicrars. assortad hnmli.
70) bbh Magnolia Flour,
liw " JUlacK i,ict Hour-
50 boxes Cheese.
Ginger, f adder,
Faucy Roups, '
Wrapiln(r l'nper, I'epper Hancc,
AH of which will be sold eheap for CiSU only.
In store a small lot of Mess Mackerel, as line
as ever brought to this market.
R. L. WEAKLEY,
No C North College street.
Oldest House in the City,
Established in 1916-
Baker, Confectioner and Candy Manufacturer.
NO. 21 NORM MARKET STREET.
TTAS JUST RECEIVED A LAROE -A9-
XX sortment of Fruits, Nuts, etc.. including
llaisins, titions. tm3. turrants. Date.', Prunes,
together with a largo supply of French Confec
tlonerv. Also, just oponod a large stock of Toys, Fire
Works and lancy Uocds, suitable for holiday
He would call the attention of the conntry
trade to his large anssortment of Candies, Con
fections, etc., all of which will be offered at the
very lowest prices. inov-l zm
Commercial Insurance Co.,
Office, 30 North College St.,
ESTABLISHED IN 1854.
Capital - S1007OOQ.
Takes Fire, River' and Marine Risks at Fair
it. C. MCJTAIUV, Pre't
D. HICKS, SPi-'y.
R. C. MoNaibt, James Woods, Jso. Kiriuan
M. BoaNS, C. E.HtLtVA, Jo. H. Ewir,
W. U. Evass, L. U. Lasikb. Hcoh M'Cesa
. W. CBNNISGHAV. S. N. MACET,
TUB FIRST-CLASS RESIDENCE. NO. 21
North Vine street, now occupied by Dr.
'Wharton, is for rent next yoar. It is in good
order, having been reeently well repaired.
For terms apply at premises. fnov22 tf.
FINE BLOODED STOCK
AUCTION SALE; SATURDAY. DECEM
berl2,.186S,.en the Public Square. Nash-
vine. ienn. inissiocK consists oi nines and
Oeldinr... nearly all of Which are purely bred.1
and in fine condition. Pedigrees given when
required, bale positive, n weather permits.
B. V. COCKRILL.
g N. W. TaTIOR, Auctioneer. dec6 6t
ffOB -THE HAIK
It Is aa elegant Dressing for tho Hair
It causes the Hair-to Curl beautifully.
It keeps the Scalp Clean and Healthy.
Ii Invigorates the Roots of the Hair.
It forces the Hair and Beard to grow luxuriantly,
It Immediataly (tops Hair Falling Out
It keeps the Hair from Changing Color from Age.
It restores Grey Hair to its Original Color.
It brk oat Hair on heads .that have been
It.is cosa pried entirely of simple and purely
; vegetable substances.
It has received over' six thousand, voluntary
testimonials of its excellence, many of whiei
. are from physicians is high standing.
It Is sold In half pound bottles (the name blowi
In,tK -JassJ by Druggists and Dealers In Fan a
Q-s everywhere, at One Dollar per Bottle;
sale b7 Demas Barnes & Co-, P. C. Wcls
A CoH ScUoffolin & Co, New York.
BURIAL LOTS I
MT. OLIVET CEMETERY
FOR SALE BY
A. NELSON A CO.,
J. O EC L Y ,
Wo. 15 North Cherry St.,
HAS JUST RECEIVED AN ELEGANT
. . lino of GENTLEMEN'S DRESS G60DS.
which he will make np to order, in the latest
and most finished style, at the lowest possible
HA is al4n In rfwInf nf . v.nftfv nf TVmI.
Goods for ordinary wear, and offers to gentle
men in holiness suits of the latest Datterns and
most durable material. Call and inspect his
sinnil m a IE J - 4V. L. a i. .
w. w -iustlu uucrry Birecu
s. v. Bisaor.
w. T. BISHOP.
n. a. Bisaor.
R, 31. BISHOP &C0
No. 38 Mnln Street,
BAILEY, ORDWAY & CO.
COTTOH" & TOBACCO FACT0SS,
NOS. 0, 8, 12, it, 10, BROAD ST
NAN IITILIiK, TEESESSEK,
N RETURNING THANKS TO OUR PA-
trons for the verv liberal ti&tronnra bftstowed
upon ns during the past, we respectfully soncit
a continuance of the same for the present sea
son. . Having secured, in addition to the exten
sive nouses in wnicn onr Business has neretolore
been conducted, the commodious warehouses
adioining. and formerly occunied bv ettrntten.
Cheney b stoy, we flatter ourselves that our
Storing:, Handling: and Selling-Cotton,
are eaual to anv establishment in the eitr. The
depart will be under the immediate control
ana supervision ol Di. V. OKDH AT, J.
w. tUKSEI and t'APr. II. J. CHENKY.
(the latter formerly of the firm of Stratton,
Cheney Sc Roy.) who will see to the faithful and
DromDt execution of all order rel&tiva (o the
sale of cotton.
We will keep constantly on hand a large and
complete stock of
AGGlSG.XtOP ASD IHOX-TIES,
of every description, which we will sell at the
Tery lowest market price.
Onr Grocery Ilcpartment is in the hands
of D.H BAILur and JOHN WILLIAMS. We
nave a very large and well selected
Stoclc of Groceries,
and in constant receipt of additions, which we
aro offering to our friends and the general trade
at terms as low and reasonable as any house ia
Col. AXadlsion Mratton will retain his of
fice in ourcounting-room. and will be ntnunl to
meet and deal with his numerous old friends.
UNION BANK NOTES.
TN ACCORDANCE TOH AN ACT 0? THE
JL LflialinrA of TennnuM. djw1 nsrtmhpr
13t.h, 1866V entitledan .act ."To expedite the dis-
tribution of the effects
ot isanks, which nave or I
may make assignments amonr their creditors."
notice is hereby given to the holders of thsaotes
ofTHS Umox lUsr or Trasxasii to hie them
with the undersigned, at the Rank in Nashville,
he 1st day of Jannarr. aurh-
teen hundred and sixty-nine, flSffJ.) and receive
certificates therefor, or they will be forever
barred from any participation in the assets of
the Bank. The certificates will be received at
Pin In Daymect for debts due the Bank, wheth
er tendered before or after the 1st of Janu
ary, 1869. JOS. W. ALLEN. Trustee.
Dec. SO. lSfi8.-a-6m
Boc-Mtlp Alum Spristcs later,
THIS INVALUABLE MINERAL WATER,
recently bottled, .can now be bad at the
well-known house of
X JM MO VrLIE & CO..
corner of Church and Cherry streets.. Nashville,
Tennessee, wno nas been appointed Agent lor
the city of Nashville, and will keen a constant
supply on hand, fresh from the Springs, to meet I
As a remedial arent. in many dcDraved con
ditions of the system, and in some of the worst
enrome ailments, it stands unrivaled, ana tnis
after at least roaTT ykabs' experience of its
virtues. In all"
ScrornloniTatnU of tliolllooU.lu S-Iti
DUeoses.lB Bronchitis, Cbronle
Dyspepsia, Kidney Disease and I lies.
its cures have been many and very marked. The
same is true of FEMALE COMPLAINTS, as is
known to many hundreds who have expenenoed
its healing qualities. See pamphlets on the
counter of tho above house for certificates, an
alysis and letters of many eminent physicians.
IfasbYllle References. Dr. Thomas L.
Maddin, Hugh Douglas. Eiq., Msj. Campbell
Brown, D. C. Love Esq.
HerariblH References. Col. D. E. Mo-
Rca, Edmonds &'Pettigrew. Sam'l Mosb. Mer
cer Otey, Capt. J. M. l'ettigrew. P. Cousins.
Mt. Innls Rrresrcnecs. Dr. J. J. Clarke.
Judge "Wm. V. Ferguson. John Blood. D. S,
Carter. Air. JVI. V. rallen. J. x. ewarengen.
Daniel Glasgow, Dr. Barrett, Gen. T. L. Price,
JAHE9 A. FKAZIEH. Vrop'r.
WM.H. SALE. Traveling Agent
W. G. Sc M. BX. Brien, Jr
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law,
SO. 70 X OUT II CUE8BT BIBEtr
; " ' NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE.
! sep22 3m
AT TTAVIHO TN COURSE OP ERECTION
of any,) and having no goods to dispose oi at a
small advance on costl To gentlemen furnish
ing tbeso goods I would say, that 1 will fix them
up In the best style and at prices to suit these
hard times. .
NnthvinclhftTTi nana to nrojmre foreign talent.
and being vain enough to believe that (having
cut most successfully for Mr. Sam Pritchitt for
over ten years.) I have native talent of my own,
and will devote my best energies to suit 11 who
may favor me with their patronage.
By-the-bv, I have secured tho service! of a
professional Renovator of clothes, (the best in
the country,) and can guarantee satisfaction in
tnatline. iAa. i,ov(Aijfn,
54 College St. team l-nicniii s oia siana.i
Hooper Harris & Co.
General Comniission Merchants,
3G IIKOADWAY, SEW TOBK.
-1ASH ADVANCES MADE ON" CONSIGX-
4 t .nt. hrr nnr Arent. Mr. It. V. AevlnS.
J 88 South Market street, Nashville. Tenn.
ileler to J. u. tfrory. vasuior mwtuu
Bank, and to Merchants of Nashville generally.
JT. WARREN &
EMP0BTEE3 AND JOBBERS
GASSED GOODS, PICKLES,
Sauces, rkli, Geraaa Prodsee, etc..
NO. 63 MAIN STREET,
Reis-Brothers & Co..
35 WAXNUT STREET
Between Fourth and Colombia,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
limburg and Swiss Cheese.
IIOIXAN'B HERRUfO, SABJDEXXES,
Abc-otIs, etc, etc.
Pish and Canned Goods of every description
t -QW - ! l '
FALL AND WINTER TBADIL
pONSISTING OF TRIMMED AND UN-.
v uiuiuiw 4tk 4uu vuiuisw. a au on, nun
niDDons. velvets, urapes. At alines. Veil Nets,
Silk Tissue, frosted Illusions. Bonnet Wire,
Beads, Laces. Fringes, Ruches, etc, eta lost
sepioam xno.zi Union strest.
Merchants, Take Notice!
CLAPP & CO.,
DTJANE hTKEET, SEW
535 Mjrtlt Altaic, Broollrn, 3e Tori;
T ESPECTFULLT BEG LEAVE TO IN-
lj form the merchants of Winchester. Trail.
that they are now prepared to fill erders for
lli-TKOoda or Aotlona with S per cent, on C
0. D. They refer to Wm. J. Blatter. Editor
Hnma Jocrnal. Iherr will ha able tn fnrnli
you goodseheapsr than they can be purchased
C. CLnrrosr CLarr. Cbas. B. Rouss.
Of Harrisonbnrz. Va.
Of WinchesUr. Vs
nnruvllle, Snmaer Connty.Tenn.
First Moadjji in Stpteaitr ul Ftbmirj,
T. JI. PATTERSON. President.
Mas. IDA PATTERSON, Principal Moslo and
Assistant .Literary Department.
Mas. ELIZA BARKSDALE. Assistant Litera
B. M. POTTS. President Board Trustees.
J. P. ANDREWS. Seo'r M "
115 HOUSES AND LOTS IN NASHVILLE.
150 VACANT LOTS in Wash ville.
40 HOUSES AND LOTS in Edgefield.
200 VACANT LOTS in Edgefield.
130 1' ARSIS in Davidson county.
100 FARMS in Sumner. Wilson. Maury.
Williamson. Giles and other counties of Ten
nessee and other States.
Tennessee, Alabama and Texas at from fifty
cents to five dollars per acre.
Call and get a bulletin, giving foil descrip
tions of our property.
ARRINGTOS. FAKKAK A WEAKLEY.
Real Estate Brokers, Ne. 79 Church st.
DR. DIXON HAS RETURNED TO THE
citr. and is nroDared to wait UDon all wish
ing his services, at prices to suit the times. AH
Dental operations warranted.
Office Mo. 22, Cherry street, next to Maxwell
House. nov l-3m
McCRBA & CO.,
HUGH XIcCREA & CO.,
CcttoE an. Tolacco Factors,
PrrtHnnn h. (JmnmiRRinn MflrnhftTltfl.
39 MITJTU HACKKi;
36 BOOTH COLLEGE: STREETS,
WITHOUT A BIYAX.!
THE DIXIE FARMER.
An Illustrated Weekly Paper.
Devoted to the Farm, the Garden, and the
is rcBusazo aygar tdubsdat at
Columbia ami NasJiville, Tenn.
TERMS S3 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE.
Tut Dixis Farmsk is the only Weekly Agricul
tural paper in Tennessee, or in the entire South,
and is eaual to the best. Address,
my9 tf Columbia. Tenn.
COOPER, HAILE & CO.,
ros Tflg SALE or
COTTON, DRIED FEUITS, PEAMUTS
ASD PBODL'CE GENERALLY,
N0. VINE STREET. CINCINNATI. OHIO-
Liberal advances made upon consignments.
JAMES WHELESS & CO.,
Cotton and Tobbacco Factors
60 nail G8 Sontli College Streot,
TATILL GIVE SPECIAL ATTENTION 0
VT all business entrusted to their care.
Bagging and Rope.
TT7"E HAVE ON HAND A LAROE STOCK
' Ropo and Ragging, at low prices.
Ky. Py. Bagging-
J. xi. nagging-
Heavy Flax Bagging
TH03. PARKES 4 CO
Commission Merchants, Nashville. Tenn.
GET THE BEST.
T WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE
J. Publio that I am still manufacturing, and
keep always on hand,
Tho Best Quality of Mattresses,
such as Hair. Spring, Shuck, Moss, Cotton, Cot-
nn .ml hnok
Also, i'eather Bods, Comforts and everything
in the Redding line, which will be sold at the
All persons wishing Mattresses, ate., will find
it to their interest to give me a call aeiore pur
Old Mattresses neatly renovated.
novl7 2m No North College street.
i BAGGIN6 AND BOPE.
WE HAVE IN STORE A LAROE LOT 0?
r t iJajging and B&pe at low prices.
Jyy. Fy. Bagging. 2 lbs. to yard- Zly&
Alo. Bagging. l?i lbs to yard- -20a
Rope, best machine, in coll and half coils S'Ag
nov!7 tf and 50 Scuth Market street:
For Bent for 1869.
Broad street, near the reaidenoa. of Mai.
Maney. Price WOK
A TWfl' RTfYRV unimr nwoiTum nvr
High street, near vBroad. in aa excellent neigh
borhood. Price $700.
A TWO STORY BRICK DWELLING ON
PrieeS50 'wesn oiamer and Uhcrry.
A TWO. RTORV TtWTmr t1j -vt t tt trn nxr
PrieIe50oi.0 nCr MulberrT Nashville.
A STORE HOUSE OJX cnnRnrr btpwp
opposite the Maxwell House. '
A STORE ITOTTSH OV nnftSTi bbuii
I V..-. f TT.-A
A SMALL COTTAQB IN EDGEFIELD. ON
CALLENDER 4 GABRETT. A?.nt.
No-W Cherry st Maxwell House.
IB. J. A. XOJPTIV
TVTAYBE CONSULTED AT THE ST nr.nrm
XXX Hotel.on tho 9th, 10th and 12th oi Da- fBunPi!jeuvery mucn DytneuseorjourbU
eember. Ho treats! w th n.? pii. n deed the Cedrpn Bitters has givon
uvu .aucnuon given to xi is eases or females.
iciansof the State.
iKitB wmiu oi tno most respectable phy
issuRAjrcE ce jsp Aary,
Under the new charter. Is nowopea for busina
AT NO. NORTH C0LLK3S STREET
Next door to ooraar of Union street.
JOSEPH W. st.t.j, Prealilrut
A. W. lltrrXKRcretiu-y.
John M. Hill,
C. A. K. Thompson.
Daniel P. Carter.
R. B. Cheatham .
Watson M. Cooke,
N. K. Gri-n.
John W; Terras.
G. W. Hendersbott,
A. u. Adams,
Joeepn Vf. Allen.
A NEW STOCK
I TT, I P
Jt TtTInall, VjIGSll CS uO.y
No. 40, Fublic Square,
Naalxville, Tonne ssee
WE 'ARE NOW RSCBIVINO A LARGE
Fresh, and Seasonable Goods.
In addition to our usual anil extensive aisort-
mntoiuaiuuous. Aonoan, etc., we
have a superior stock of
EXTBA. FINEDOESEIff JEANS
ForMerchant Tailors Use.
Also every descrintion of Heavv Gooda for
Plantation Purposesi. (consisting of Plaid
Osnabum. Plaid Linsers. Ken eTi. QsarvJeana.
idinerva and Beverly Twills, all of which we
win sell at
VERY LOW PRICES
TO THE TRADE,
Previous to our removal, January 1, 1S69, to
KO, I HICKS' BLOCK,
Corner of Colleee street and the Sauare. (Noith
wo respectrully solicit a call from City and
UKAN, Ul'.Kb.N ALU.
H, W. HASLOCK,
DEU GG IS T
No. 19 Public Square,
WOULD CALL THE ATTENTION OP
Phvsieians and the tmblia eenerallr to
his fresh and enlarged stock of
Drtigu, Cbem ilcaN, Flald Extrncls. nil
uinae or l'aieut Medicines. ancy
Article. PnlBts, Oils, Win
dow Olaas, etc.
Also, on hand Fonrera's Camnannd Todlnisad
Cod Liver Oil. best imported French Brandy
for medicinal purposes. Kau de Colognes of su
Most particular attention paid to the Pre
scription Department, under the direction of
Mr. J.B.iSUUUllAKTZ. an experienced Apoth
ecary and Chemist, graduated In Prussia.
M. T Y W a I T nnT
TWEINGS. THE ELEGANTGOWDY
JL Mansion, on VauxhaU street.
Residenceof the late Col. R. H. McEwen.on
fcpruce street, now occupied by Judge tY hit
worth. House on thecornerof Vine and Cedar streets.
House on Vine, between Union and Church.
House on North Market, north of Louisville
and Nashville railroad track.
House on South Cherry street, and one on
Sonth Bummer. .
The .arte brick on Summer, near UnUn, now
occnpUd by the nllnd.
NTOB3. The elegant storehouse No. 159,
in Allen's block, on Church street.
btore oa Market, between isroad and Unarcn.
Storeroom under Sewanee House.
II A I.I.. Elegant and snacious hall in Ma-
sonioTample, now occupied by the Sons of Tem
perance. A, aHUSKJH X uu.
dew iw gent..
rpHIS IS TO OIVE NOTICE. THAT ON THE
Sth day of December, A. D. 1S63. a warrant
In bankruptcy was issued against the estate of
of John Auexer ot jMainvuie. in tne
county of Davidson and Bute of Tennes
see, who has been adjudged a bankrupt on hi;
own petition ; that the payment of any debts
and delivery oi any property Belonging to suca
bankrupt to him, or for bis use, and transfer ot
any property by him, are forbidden by law ; that
a meeting of the creditors of the said bankrupt,
to prove their debts and to choose one or morn
of Bankruptcy, to be holden on the 31st day of
December, A. D.18C3. at 9 o'clock a. v.. at the
office of the Register in Bankruptcy. Nash
ville. Tennessee. No. 78H Cherry street, before
dec92t . U. S. Marshal. Messenger.
Regular Weekly Smithland and
THE FINE STEAMER Fanny
Itrsndels. Can. HxaaT Mil-
,w M..t.r Krrr Ktrnn. Clerk. wIUmHI
l..v NuhTilln EVERY sATUUDAl. at 11
o clock noon, masiag positive ana ciose connec
tions at iivansviue witn regular uouiiuno auu
able transfer of freights' to above points. Or
ders for freight solicited, and reasonable rates
in.!",n rarKHU. imunu: iurui auu ib.i
i or Ireigni or passage appiy oc ooaru, ot iu
HARRISON 3c SON, Agents.
nov!7 tf Ne. 45 and 46 Front st
HAEKISON & SON.
45 and 40 Front Street,
P0EWAEDING A2TD COMMISSIOlf
Steamboat and Railroad Agents,
BOAT STORE 1JEAL.EES.
mHROUGH BILLS OF LADING ISSUED TO
A all the principal Northern, Eastern, Vi est-
ern ana poumern citiea py rau ana
VALUABLE REAL :ESTATE
iHthe City or Nnh ville.
iot rrx'o'i? AVnnriRR OP THE HON.
15 orable the District Court of the United
rr.... r..i, Nntih i Tiiitrict of Geo ma. I
will sell in front of the premises, on the. corner
of Line and Highstreets. in the eity or JiashvUle,
Oa the 22I tiny or December next,
i-hi.h.it hirlnr. for cosh. Dart of lotNo.
90. in the city of Nashville, beginning at the cor
ner of Line and High streets, running with High,
street southwardly to a stone wall, thence with
said wall eastwardly to the fenee which separates
said part of said lot from tho part of it secondly
mentioned in acertain will, now of reeprd in the
nffiA In ilnTidinn rnnnta. Tennessee:
thence with said fence to Liner street; thence
along Line street to the beginning corner; the
same being the life' ettato of 3us- Mary A.
Sands in and to said city property. The same
to be sold under the incumbrance, if it can be
. .Ma. tfnnt tnh. mm free of inenmbrance.
TiUe perfect. Purchaser to pay for titleatamps
and attestation. NOAU B. Jf u w bStt,
nov29 lawJt Assignse
DR. JOHN BULL'S
IU nil ' B PnilnnTI UlTTBTHI
Jl Ul! fi b GUI I 11 DlLlfiH.
Arkaasas Heard Frew
TZSHMONT OFMSDICA II ES.
SfoneT Point. Wfllte Co, Art, May 69
DS. Joint BUI. D ar Sir; Tji.t Tehrt lanr
I was in IxraUvilla purchasing drugs, and 1
ot soma of your sarsaparilla and Cedroa
My son-in-law. who was with ma In tin
store, had been down with the rheumatism
fox soma time, commenced on the bitters, and
soonfeund his general health Improved.
Dr.Ulst. who has keen in bad health, tried
them, end he also improved.
iT.usnee.wnonas been in bad health tor
"edyear-BTOXaCHand. iovk effectod
dronBitt rrsand SarsaparUla. Ship me vis
Memphis .careofBiekett ANeely.
Bull's Worm Destroyer.
fesslonal and medical men, as my almanacs
and various publications have shown, all of
wm eh are genuine. The following letter
poo . a highly edneated and popular phyatc a
to Georgia, is certainly one of the most s ltl
Ble communications I have ever received. Dr.
Clement knows exactly what he speaks of and
his testimony deserves to be written in words
X gold. Hear what the Doctor savs ot UVLZ't
Vaixaxow, WiLraa Cousrr. Ga.,1
June 13, 1660.
DB. JOHN BCLIDc5lr Sir. T li.mmmlll
given VOnr "Wo a DMtmrr" nltri,la
and And It w nnderfnlly eacacious. IthasnoV
failed in a single inttance to have the wished,
for effect. I am dolnar a nretfr larns
try practice, and have dauy use for aomo ax
tide of the kind. I am free to confess that I
know of no remedy recommended by the
ablest authors that Is so certain and speedy
In its effects. On the contrary they are un
certain in the extreme. Ur object Is wrftfeur
you is to find out upon what terms I ean get
tuo cicuiGma turucuy xrom roc u i can aes
it upon easy terms, I shall use a great deaf of
It. I am aware thatthe me of inch artirlea
Is contrary to the teachings and practice of
a great majority of the kiqulas Una of
ju. li'S, Dutiseenojnsteanse or good sense
in discarging a remedy which wo know to be
uicicai. aimoiT c
aply because we mar ba limorant
tt combination. Tor my part, I shall make
It ivlcto use all and any means to alleviate
stifle n i humanity which I may bo able to
command not hesitating because some one
mora Ingenious then myself may have learn-
eu iu eaect nnt, ana secured tne soiencnt
to secure that knowledge. However. 1 am by
no means an. advocate or supporter of the
thousands worthless nostrums that flood the
country, that miraort to cure all manner of
disease to which human flesh U heir, l'leato
reply soon, and inform me of your best terms
t am, sir. most rcspecuniiv,
JULIUS P P. CUOlEST. 11. D
A GOOD REASON FOR THE
READ THE CAPTAIN'S LETTER AND
THELETTFR TB OM IDS MOTHEU.
Benton Barracks, Mo., April SO, '66.
Da. John Bull- Dear Sir: Knowing th
efflcienev of yonr SarsaparUla, and the heal
ing and beneficial anilities it nosscsses. I seed
jou the following statement ot my easo:
a was wounaeu scout two Tears ago as
taken prisoner and conlned for sixteen
months. Being moved so often, mv xnranda
have not healed yet. 1 have not sat up a mo
ment since I was wounded. I am shot tnrouza
the nips. -Sly general health is Impaired, and
need something to assist nature. 1 have
cu sumcisuig 19 U315S
moro faith in your SarsaparUla than anything
else. I wish that that was genuine. Please
express me half a dozen bottles, and oblige
CA1T. C P. JOHNSON.
P.S. Th6 fbllowinr was written Anril SO.
IKS, by Mrs.Vohnson,nother of Capt-John.
Da. Unix Dear Sir; Mv hnsband. Sr. CT 8.
Johnson, was a skillful surgeon and physician.
in ventral new r xorx, wneia no- uiea. leaving
the above CP. Johnson to my earev At thir
teen years ot age no naa a cnronio aiarrnea
and scrofula, for whieh I cave him yonr Sarsa
rarjla. It cttbxo rmi. I have for ten years
recommended It to many Inptaw York. Ohio
and Iowa, for scrofula, fever sores, and gen
eral debility. Perfect success has attended
it.. Tho cures ejected In some cases of scro
fula and fever sores wero almost miraculous,
I am very anxious for my son to again have
recourse to your SarsaparUla. He la fearful
n r rw Mnrr . .n.ino.i. ....I. t. ...a hi.
ting to yon for it. His wounds were terrible
eve he will recover.
DR. JOHN BULL,
Manufaetnrerlandryendcr: of theCclebratod
SMITH'S TOE SYRUP I
FOR -HE CUBS 0?
AG-US AND FEVER,
The proprietor of this celebrated medicine
tnsUy nlf for It a superiority oyer au rem
eillw ITS. uucim vu bun f uuuu .u. muo.
certain, speeuy ana pen aancn euro oi rus
and Fever, or Chills and Fever, whether or
abort or long standing. He refers to the en
tire western ana sonu-wesie . country to
bear him testimony to the truth of the asser
tion, that In no case whatever wilt It fall to
cure, If the directions are strictly followed
and carried out. In a great many case a sin
gle dose has been sufficient, tor a cure, and
-whole famiUes have been cured by single bot
tle, with a perfect restoration ot general
health. Itls, however, prudent, and fa every
case moro certain to care, ir Its naa Is conttn.
ed In smaller doses fbr a woek or two aoer
the disease has been checked, more especially
In dlfflcult and long standing cases, usually
this medicine will not require any aid to keep
the towels In good order; should the patient
however, require acatnartlo medicine, aQez
having taken threo ox firaz doses of the Tonla,
a tingle dose of Bull's vozetahla TanOy
Pills will be snas cient.
DB. JOHN BULL'S Principal Ofltet
No. O TiTla, Crete Strte-1.
IiOaii Tills. J
ah at eu Mm n- m mm t-
lerry, DeiMTille & Cf.,