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&ASHYTLLE UMOft AND AMERICAN. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 16,' 1868".
union and Axmic&A -
jr. o. guifi'itii at co.
WXBsHMiT BCiaifR 1C, 16C8.-
m r :i i.tn . ( - .. . 2j
jlua vuaiiiuuB um Tas'acicaiea
intho-Horiso'yesterdayW six 3riaJifrfli?Pl1;RVT!iw ?kt!ill--Tfft- adontcd.
The veto -of Cocke county has'-
booTOCft!rftd AtttiA fR,
StaWs.office. It stands1 for Grant'
RKfi onH ftT,o .s -d.
Congressman, Butler received 834. 1
No other person wak voted for.
Thx argument dftheleeal-tender '
case h'gfore. the 'Supreme Court of
thqrJJntod. States ha? been 'con-.
eluded. .Monday next the decision
of tho. Courtis expected to "be de
livered,' It ii1 "believed that all the !
TJ' i ' . . '
uugw-gM m numDer-savel
one-rthe Chief JosUco ,-perhaps T
""""" 'fHjfa ii
if l inAnnm ; a. I
" in nuuuu.iuiii. luu I
makingof&asury notes and curl
. flwTifi . , V . . I
WHIM, hflooil An'tkitM' 1- 1 1
., . w. o I
dor .in. the. uavmant of. -nrhmti.
debts to bo without warranting
pfinqtitrition ' Tf t,' ?nt.mtri tiint
constitution, it fis intimated, that !
promnifiation.mu be withheld, in
oruer-TO permit, ongress-to pro-
viae some nnanoiai scnomo, tvoicu
would'avoid iho abrbpt 'andpro-
cipitate'intorforenco which'it would
likoly caiiso in
the business tran-
saotions of the poopie,
The article on tho first page dis- J
cussing the .South and her material
resources, "and what It behooves her
people to do with" them, and par
ticularly roforring to Tennossee, iB
worthy of reading by all, and hoed-
mi r es i'i l I
iTif ThA r.hiAl nanflfl OI nil the lllfl I
this section now suffers, is tho inert-
ness and despondency 01 ncr true
,fi:i ;nonn-..:t:nn I
' . ... I
of tho boundless capacities 1 Jr
wftAlth nnrl mntorial nrosneritv Of
., j. r j .
., 3 .- i. ...mi- j 1
ner son ana cumaie anu mus anu
streams: and their helpless de-1
pendency upon others for whatever I
needs energy,. skill, or ingenuity to
produco'. - I
Tlio aspiration for material inde-1
pendenco, however, is awakened, j
Tho era of bome manufactures is I
coming. Already factories of vari
ous "kinds are springin ' ITa-
chine shops waon and carriage
manufactories, cotton and woolen
lactones, extensive UOOt and Slioo I
shops, agricultural implement facto-1
rics, are wanted, i'laccs where our
own people can mako up the raw
material,! with which nature has so
lavishly furnished us, into some
thing to -wear, to cat, to sleep,.on,
and be buriod in j lo till the earth
with, to ride in for pleasure or busi
ness on land or water, and to do all
and singular whatever men or wo
men have learned to do for tho pro
motion of their comfort, are what
wo need. "Wc must cease to buy
these thingB. To mako tliem and
scU'thcm to others is tho only path
to true freedom and real prosperity.
BLACKfiUAKDlIVG TI1K I'KESinllXT.
The Xew York Tribune disgraces
American journalism by its coarse
abuse of President Johnson. Its
comments upon the President's mes
sage are not only rude and discour
teous, but brutal. It says in its
issue of .Dec. 10 :
" Let this Demagogue go. Wo must
not overestimate bis power to harm us
now. Coneress never expressed more
truly the spirit of tho nation than when
it trampled contemptuously upon this
iniscrablo message, and left it to be
swept up with the dust and dirt and
waste paper of the" floor."
The next day it continued its
abuse of tho President in the
choicest of rhetoric. "Brazen,
reckless, shameless villain," are
among the epithets with which that
paper connects the name of the
Chief .Magistrate in discussing the
views advanced in his message, and
then it breaks out as follows :
"Only twelve weeks more and tho
country will bo rid of him forevor. It
is hard ; but wo can endure him twelve
weeks longer. Thank Heaven that ho
has power only to disgraco us."
The New York Tribune is a pa
per of wide circulation and wields
considerable power in its party. It
is therefore regarded as a represen
tative journal. But when it speaks
of the President it lays asido every
thing like dignity and decency,
and descends to the lowest depths
of blackguardism. Such a course
is not calculated-to inspire respect
for the journals of the North, for
with all their faults, the Southern
journals have not yet forgotten
what is due to themselves and their
:ooitrjsMAN at r.AittJi: rnosi
Mr. T. A. Hamilton, one of the
Representatives in the Legislature
from Shelby count-, has been in
Washington sinco the meeting of
Congress scoking admission as a
Representative from this Rlato at
largo. "Wo presume there is hardly
a possibility that he will get in. He
will probably return after the holi
days to resume his scat in the Legis
lature, which ho has not resigned,.
although claiming to have been
elected to Congress. Ho seems de
termined to hold on to a sure thing.
Tho St. Louis Democrat, tho Itadical
organ in Missouri, treats the effort
of the Radicals in this State to get
another member of Congress as " a
cool proposition." That paper says :
"It is very remarkable that the Legis
lature of Tcnnesseo has made a claim so
clearly without foundation. And it is
the more irritating bocauso, of all the
State in the Union, Temcssco ought to
be the very lastto claim increased rcpro -scntation.
A larger proration of the
people aro disfranchised in that State,
probablv, than in any other, so that tho
loyal people actually elect already a
larger number of representatives in pro
portion to their number than the loyal
jieoplo of any other.Stato in the Union.
If no otherState complains of this, surely
the t'COile of Tonnehsew may well be satis
fied. -They have already eight represcnt
ativeslu Congress lor ninety.soven thou"
a u, two
uuauxeu. uiouu.hu vorers, ubs o-niy Bii I
members; aadLNew" Jetsoy, Srith' one
nunarea ana Bistymreo tnoustraa voters,
haa only Jivo members. Tennessee cop I
tainly oughtnot to complain-of its sharel" DOCn a" B1UUU 1W -xcwusuuu-Thia
is to.ho noint. Inttcatf of tion" is Pfly illustrated in a com-
ccttinirn.- additional aAanVbf of.
" ' V -- v A - 'I
uoncross. unless a more liberal
nw ni iannonrfnTOflm.
- b? a tnP at" 'apportionment.
This is a clear case, and the Mis-
6PQ" EaiHcal organ-is justified in'
treat.i.r the nresent demand lor an
, 0. . - . .
aottinonai vongrossmaa-as a..cooiiwrw vw--.
I the iivbtasta-"ktt.ki.ttx" as IN-
Tho "Seymour Yigilanco Cora"
mitteo" havb-Jidw hmngfiinvho are.
r known to h'avoieen connected with
11 ni.i.ii .1 J .1 - I
cars Tiear Seymour, Ind., last spring.
xurca JUGU. uauiuu jjuiuiu uiuiuu
.T. , w.A
t ln 7 77 1 V
fnViA.."mt.TYl.r nntl taken to
v ' ' i
. ... i I
Wnf ??r "
ihT.tnrori nn f hft tram on tho nisrht I
-vv- : - . - ,. ,1
kp :Tiil 9n on -fti-wr -wAm nninur-1
v " UJ ' , , J v -
, , ' . i-L- YnA' fr.rtr.ftll
auu M 5 PJ
, . AftArArfnrminthBir'tflr-l
' JL t I
; . 9 atlsntlon of .,i th iere s. lobVen.-
ksskins and grants, together witb
ADiinn ft t b 1 1 ini ptrv i i ii i i f i i i
I 1 1 la t . 3 . P ll ' 0 T .I -I .
.iw uvmn..., 1
V urn rlntf.rmini.l to follow this UD I
until all of the classes above named. I
whether imported or "tothe manor born' j
j r.. l.-. ..nM,t
Threafa have bean made of retaliation
in cage vre should resort to capital pun- j
lshment in answer, we nay: "bnouia
one of our committee be harmed, or a
dollar's worth of property of any honest
man be destroved, bv persons unknown,
1 1 i T. . U.AT. .1M !.. l I
we win swing uu mc 7ccv. uum vuov uo i
lay 'oar hands wlthont inquir5ng
whether we have tho persons who com-
mittea mat Darticumr crime or hot. inis
applies not only to" Seymour, but along
the line of "the two roads, and wherever
our oreanwatibn exists. Law and order
- -n.AB. Cnwrr.
Sevmour, Ind., July 21, 186S.
It was known that three of tho
J. robbers were BtilL at largo, and a
vigorous pursuit Tvas at once com
menced. After a search of several
days, James Moore, '.Frank Sparks
and Bill ftosenborv were arrested,
identified, and hung to the same
' , , , P ,,
tree that caused tho death ot tlio
others. The work of thoVigilanco
Committee has now been fully com-
1 J. .1 1 XI. -1 T 11, IJ.n
pieieu uy nio uaugig Ui ",u J'"""
brothers and Anderson at New AJ"
uanj , xnu., maiung ten m au
that have been executed by this
Belf-constitutcd committee. It is
true, tho men they hung were bad
men, who had no respect for tho
right, or lives of others, but that is
, l.il 1 1.1 1.
uu iuubun wiiy onuuiu nuirii.n c
i;nnn ii,oit txrU nf.or.rflit.iT in low
.T, .. , ,,. .," n
ii nuiuin uuw wo 1 jb...i.i.v v,...-
mitteo differ from tho Ku-KIux wc
havo had in this State? Both seem
to have been animated by tho ono
object, the taking of tho law in their
own hands to correct abuses and
outrages winch " tho law s delays
did not punish with tho prompt-1
ness and perhnps severity they re
garded as due to offenders. But wo
hear of no " loj-al militia" or any
other kind of militia being in
flicted upon tho people where tho
Vigilance Committeo havo been
operating, masked as the Ku-Klux
were. The Ku-Klnx never issued
a more defiant documont than the
proclamation of tho Vigilance Com
mittee which wo copy, yet it has
not provoked the harsh measures
toward tho innocent which were
adopted with so much alacrity, not
to say delight, in this State. It
makes all tho difference imaginable
where such Crimea may bo com
mitted and how they may be turned
to political account.
It appears that a very grave in
ternational question may grow out
of tho hanging of the Reno brothers
and Andorson by the Seymour Vigi
lance Committee. Tho Cincinnati
Chronicle states that at tho time of
the extradition of tho prisoners the
United States government gave a
pledge that they should have pro
tection andajair and impartial trial.
It is true the Canadian government
had no right to ask, or our govern
ment to give, such ji pledge. But
having been given, there was a
question of good faith and honor in
volved in it which even a vigilance
committee should have respected.
In this action the honor of tho whole
country has been outraged, and tho
most damaging reflection cast upon
tlio officers of the law.
AFItAID OF THE "BEAU XJON."
The New York Times of the 11th
inst. devotes nearly a column to
scolding President Johnson about
his plan for paying off tho national
debt. That paper declares that Mr.
Johnson illustrates Colcridgo's doc
trino that " a knave is only a round
about fool." Tho Times proceeds
upon the idea that Johnson can do
no harm now, but still something
troubles that journal ; after all, tho
" doad lion" ia to bo feared. " It is
said that Mr. Johnson intends to go
into politics, and to run for Gov
ernor of Tennessee, after ho ;eases
to hi President," quoth the Times,
and that journal tells its readers
" Ho .will make it his special uiin to
build up, first in Tennessee, nnd then
throughout the South and tho Union, a
party of repudiation ; and he will resort
to the lowest nrts of the lowest dema
gogue to insure success."
Tho Times declares that "the only
danger there has ever boon that re
pudiation might succeed ha been
that it might he covered up, and
mado plausible by some indirection,
and bo urged by men of ability,
standing and influence;" but that
there is no sort of danger from Mr.
Johnson. The question very natu
rally suggests itself, why then isthe
Times borrowing trouble for jUO-thing?"
, .. , jr
.? w.Jft . -9" ife. :-.-, .
;diL'Iio character ot toucH otttae'lC-
-gislatiOn wittrwmctt tins btatc'iiaa
. m?i-j . n .. i
munication in yesterday's Press qnd
rrv. mu T :.., I.--,
upm4ke.riBciple.that - verj.ofic0
iii the State ought to.bo Med by a
impossime to appropriate tnqomcosi
because of inpumbentf. holding over
iUl " Ui Jlo iuooj...-
W, ,....;l .nw ,. . ,n w.r
- u - aova luouBuuuo rynw niu-uiiiiiug
the very lifo-blood of tho State
.Never ha& any party ,so. entirely
cted Tinon ;the irindnle . that "to
tVQ victors belbn Ihe BOoils."- So
BhameleSs Tias'Wn. tjifi .scramble
' ' -. - .
0f. the 'great body df that party-for
the''sTibst!lne-e of the beonle of Ten-
... (Hoc hn 'mnwi rtflnnnf. fltin
I-. .: i : it.?. .: i v-i.-.t-j-ii:v.-
iiusxou at miB.couuucs. vi j-mo uiaoo
'M . - .. . .,
i t:ii iT..'t.io,,
W11U VeilUlB.CT IUU OUaUlUltSO .IUUI1-
. .,i j -. a , it.-.:.- .
ner inTvnicn ine money-oi ino pr
Ii . ". ".-.. .c-r.
'son county is squandered 'f.'ioK tno
J i- A: .!- tlr-A-
1111 lltlMI 111 ULii,lllJLlillll 1UU11JUU
-,als or cliques" under tha specious
;title;o'fiv "Board -of 'County -Com
t . . ... ii
3Je' states that theso
County mmissiouers; arouix
I uribhthe peopleof this county :of
Ir - l n A nnrt 1
ifom ."V.w uuu a year, anu
fhATi Iia ohr.wathnt.thn nniint.-o- hnn
v""" " J
about as much use for them as a-cart
jjag for a ir -vybeol. This, corres
"These County Commissioners, it will
ho rememDerca, are in aaauion tome
County Court, composed of magistrates
elected by tho people from all tho civil
districts in tho county. This County
Tt i.C1 J 1. - .(.. U .1 ......LI. - f
uouniuau ucuu moya iuuuu utuautu ui
do, and to do it alsoih" as cheap, efficient
1 and expeditious a manner as possible, it
i has to do the worK still, but the nnanciai
I part of the business has been taken out
j 0r Jts hands and put. into tho hands of
threo Commissioners. Thoso Commis
sioners sit about one day in four'OD an
aVerage; yet they have a clerk employed
ai the enormous salary of 1,800 per an
num, who also holds "throe other offices;
afld whoso duty in tho whole year-does
not equal the labor of the Clerk of the
House, for instance, in a week, foV which
lie gets about $30; but the clerk of Messrs.
Handal Brown & Co. gets $1,800.
"A short time smco those Commission1
1 er(1. witli- their onerous dutv of ono day
1.1 .1 i j .1
in lour, inouguc it wouiuoe a Roou.iuea
to attach a little importance to their office
h5r;ng two men to investigate the ar-
fairs thereof, for -which $1,100 was al
1 - .V. 1 . . m
I lor the accommodation 01 one patienr,
W uVcodd on enumerating tho causes
1 0f complaint that the peoplo of the county
I have against thd institution until your
I radera would grow weary -of it, and your-
I milf hnlinmn I ini.ari(l hnf Id tin!. T1tPa
rythese things are already beginning
to bo. known, and may be fully learned by
I .1 . . r . rr
1 tcrests in tuo cpunty, tue aimir is jusujr
I considered an outrace on tho peaceable
I and now liberal-minded property-holders
. of i)avi(jfl0n county.'
I ! rpi.;s is the confession of a Radi-
I correspondent f tho organ of
Radical party at tho capital of
tj,0 State. There was not tho
slightest necessity whatever for this
a Board of County Commissioners
Ti,e cstablishmentof this board did
not lessen tho expenses of the coun
ty ; on the contrary, as shown by
this Radical correspondent of tho
Radical organ hero, it saddled an
additional .burthen of 10,000 to
312,000 upon-vlho -people of tho
county, to do '-the work which
tho County Court had always
done "in as cheap, . efficient,
and cxDcditious, a mannor as
possible." The Board of County
Commissioners was created solely
to give offices to these Radicals,
who had to bo pensioned on David
fjon county at an expense of from
$10,000 to S12.000. "Wc are glad to
Seo that Radicals aro beginning to
cry out against this system of pen
sioning hungry Radical office-seekers
Upon the tax-payers of tho va
rious counties, as has been done in
this State. Mr. Kerchival, ono of
tho Representatives of this county
in tho Legislature, has introduced a
bill to repeal tho law creating the
Board of County Commissioners for
Davidson. Tho bill ought to be
made general, and this system of
pensioning seedy politician upon
the tar -payors of various counties,
peculiar to Radical rule in Tennes
8oe, swept from the statute book
with as little delay as possible. If
these eleemosynary gentlemen
have to be provided for, in the
iamo of decency, let it bo done at
less expense to an already over
B. P. JENKINS,
Successor to Tom Weill.
I ::.-. MViJ r,l.M 1 li IN 1S14.
39 North Market St.,
AM IN RECEIPT OF T1IR LARGEST
IlriiKN, ClieiulcalN, Drnsru's.' fcmi
flrirN, Fnnry Gooda, Toilet
OILS, PAINTS, COLORS.
Cigars, TubaccoYincs ami Liquor?,
over thought In this market, and will sell FOR
CASH lit a kligbt nilvauoo on Eastern cost,
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
All kooiI.-i sold warranted lo give satisfaction.
It. T. JENKINS,
Proprietor of Jenkins' Stomach Bittkrs.
Market street, oppop ite Unicn,
SIGN OF MAN AND M0RTER.
THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE. THAT ON THE
Hth day of December A. 1)., 1SG8. a warrant
in bankiuptcv was i;sued against the estate
of U Ua.jisfield, of the county of Wilson
aud the State of .Tennessee, who has been
adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition :
that tho payment of any debts and deliv
ery of any .property belonging to such bank
rupt, to him or for his use. and the transfer ol
any property by him are forbidden by law; that
a meeting of the creditors ot the said bankrupt,
to prove their debt, and to choose one or more
assignees of his estate, will be held at a Court ol
liankruptey, to bo holden on tho 2Gth day ol
December. A. D.186S, at 11 o'clock a. tf.. at the
office of the Register in Bankruptcy, at the
Courthnue in Lebanon.Tennessee, before Alex
ander S. Bradley. Esq.. Register.
K. H. GLASCOCK.
decJO It D. S. Marshal, Messenger.
EOR SIX BOXES JIERCnANClSB.
W& JtltET, 3fASHTIIXE,TE!fS.,
n.nrci. bv Ktenmer
"Robett Monro." at the
Steamboat .Itent.-41 tmd'imoat tt. it
rpHIS MAGNIPICESX "HALli CAN' BE
X reated br the msht or 'otherwise,, by- ro
jppictab.e parties, at ressonable Tttes. by cp
plyinsto ELHIRSriBERQ. .
. at Albert cetmaa'S. z. ruuuo DQuare.
, dcolGlw -
HE HOLIDAY GOODS TO BE OFFERED
at auction by
AliBEHT & SEE3HAN;.
on-Tbawdiiy, Dce.17, will ha oa exhibition thia
dar, t No-27 Pub'6 Square
r, nl til
'STNWiOTFRY" FOR MAX.TC.
WE OFFER- FutB, SALE ONE OX, THE
bet indacnieTiU erer offerHio capital--llti.
ronriftlrgofa Eteani Knylne, wlth.eTerr
variety of Marhlntry required In tno,bpsInen,
nnd eapablt)f,inanureturng from ?',Ow.(to
, 4eol6 tf ; 'Agent.
: Regular Aucfioii Sale,
rpHIS. WEDNESDAY MORNTNft. DECEM
I. 1,.1R b in n'rlnrlr. T trill effer.n IsrtrojiK-
: wrtment of BooU Shoes. Dryeoo r. Clothlntr
F srnisblnc Oood5.Lei8 jaercn-tnu win ao nen
to be on hand, ta eoods mB-it wo boiii.
Auction and Commicion Merchant,
d-HlS-lt . iB.aortn uouegett.
Billiard Tables at Chancery Sale.
TXTTLL. BE SOLD THIS (WEDNE8DAY)
-V V ranrnini, at 11 oWoek, at Loweau;, l
Hard Hal), corner Cedar and Cherry sti est?,
i SIX BIIXIAKD TABKEM,
with balls, cues, racks, etteM.?t?. Sir months
credit riven- M. U. HOWKIjL,! -
'doololt Clerk and Matter,
: Did "Oris" at Auction.
T BATMAN. SHIELDS CO. WILT. SRI L
Thursday morning, December 17. at 10
o'clock, an invoice of fine Silver-plated Ware
direct from the manufacturers.
Aln a Brunt varIi.lV of TOYS andancv At1-
tinlnK. anitabla for Christmas nrcionts. Yonwill
save money by attending tbU sale, as we intend
to eloo tnem nil one. .aecio
'TeBHessce Press Association.
A MEETING OFTnETENNESSERTRKSS
XV Absocutjos is ncreby can&i, at xiasuvuie,
on theSconil JHonUayof Jiiury.',iO'
,. ,hn nfflf.fi of the DNIOK ANDJAMEK ICAN.
at 12 o'clock u.. ufod business of importance.
A full attendance t reriuejteri.
n&NTKB NiOEOLSoir, Seo'y.
P. 8. The newspapers of Tennessee are ro
qnested to copy tne-ioregoing nonce.
Important to Bankrupts,
miTR TTMR T?OTl TIT-TUG PETITIONS
L tbo.e wbn can not pay fifty per eent..of
tteir debts will expire
On tho Last Day of December,
ami ih AT-Armnn Trrim ltft Jane v&1 ob.
tained with difficulty, it is not at all probihle
that the time will be lurtber extended. '
tionera .satisfying the Clerk of their Inability to
dcpo'U tbewnoleof tho one hundred dollars be
fore Jan. 1, will be allowed toSle theirpctitiona
i.nn- nTm.nt nf -i mm ftnffirtient tn cover im
mediate expenses, thus'savinc; the limitation of
tho statute, ana auoraisc luem umo to com
Plde0clC15tCPOi'U E. R. CAMPBELL. Clerk:
He Wrong His Hands Distracted
with His Care.
Are: in the past, that men so oltcn praise.
When HATS were worn that now we could
In olden time, (enmo call thosi "cood old
Men wrunj their bands distracted with tbci
But now our HATS, so easy, soft, and light,
-From all who wear a word of praise compel ;
Their fit, tboir style, their make, so perfect
Thoy please all wearers, and they plesso them
WAIN at WALKER,
Hutu, Cni-s, Fur. nml Umlircllpa.
Scraps from tie Prison Tal)le;
JOE HARDIER K, LT. COL . LATE C. S- A.
q'HIS INTEREaTIXa BOOK OF 400 PAGES
il solid matter, equal to nearly S00 pacw
ijouble-leaded, with eight illastratmns, is filled
wiihsorious and comic incidents at Camp Chase
ind Johnson' Islacd.and is replete with humor
philosophy and facts. Contains personal no
tices of hundreds ot politicians ana sotmers,
known to ull pari' ofthe country. . Ventilates
Brownlow.lof Tennessee, and othirrncb brntes.
Exposes the enpe intendents of Northern bos
tMri Plsrinn. of Johnson's Island. andMoodv.
of Camp Chise. Furnishes official, flcures of
the treatment of prisoners during- tne late civtl
war. a synopsis ot tne Abolition crusaae me
most complete published. An appendix fur
nitliinr the evidence of Onld. Benjamin and
Scb. ad e, in relation to tho murdered Win, man
i.ltn, nf .TrfTcrnrin IlArii. treatment of Confed
erate piisoners, etc.. with a complete roster of
123 uonrecterate omcers.
i n..l.n fnr trii. nnrk will be snmied bv A. R
JAMES A CO., Lock-box , Philadelbhia. Pa.,
decl61t ;-4!j Union St., Nashville, 'f enn
FOR CHRISTMAS !
PAUL, TAVEL & HAHER,
4S BNIO.V STREET,
JJ AVE FOR TIIE HOLIDAYS,
Klraut Itookw fur C3ron FolUwl
jrnvenlli It,.iU fur 1,11 tic I'ollci!
noI ItuohH r.ir Old FoIUn!
Amuslnp RiioUm fur Ydiinc Folks!
I'k-IiiI Itoolis for All klndi of I'olkN
In clesant bindings jomethii e to tuit evory
taste, age and cinuitton-
PAUL, TAVEL i H ANNER,
43 Union slroet.
These bountiful spooimensof art unsurpassed
WOin TII.ST I'AlNTIXdfi nrBiillrtLf.i.ln--irreat
attention, and commanding tbe admiration of
4S Union Street.
DIARIES FOR 1869 !
A full supi.ly of nil kinds and prices.
PAUL. TAVEL & HANflEK.
43 Union street.
A largo stogk of most beautiful
In elegant calf nnd morocco binding-. Also, n
large stock of clieup Iiibles
1'Alll', TA VH.L X llAiNCtKil,
4S Union street.
An assortment, the moat varied and beautiful
ever cffere.t in this market, will be found at
PAUL, TAVEL X 1IANNER S,
i$ Union street.
CHURCH BOOKS !
A stock of the standard works relatinir to the
doctrines, history and practices of the Pro
testant hpucopal Church, in hngland and
America. For sale at
TAU-, TAY'EL & IIANXEK' ,
43 UNION STREET.
EE3ULE ACADEJ1Y !
fl UIE ANNUAL MEETING OF TIIE ST0CK
JL holders of the Nashville Female Academy,
will be held at tho Counting-room of -W, X.
Kerry A Co., in Nashvill. r.n Monday. Janua
ry 4. 18.39. W. It. ELL12.TOCT,
peciu tuijan 4, -oy : iresljent.
A M TT S E M E S-T S
P0SIT1VELT. THREE OTQHTS ONLY.
.lad FnrowoJM,YJkit,to Nashville pi; all
tuo World-lam ol
Georje. William, Alfred", "Edward. 'Frederick,
(and the little Hanton boys.) Julien, Victor.
irancois: and their new ixantuiiiMntio
Combination., now .making their Farewell
Tour of the United States. In addition to the
attractions presented by tbe UAKLUti, they
have also -nndCT-engagement the followicc Eu
ropean celebrities :
r-,Uthe darinc yi
firm? Russian Athlate
and Champion of the World upon iht Flyins
Accomnanvinc the Hanlons is 3r. JAMES
RUAMPUIN, Europe's greatest Harpist:
. . Dv v wm.. ..-- ay - n 1 1 -U 1
yonsrCommedieana and VocalL.t;f Jlr.Alf
t'KEU II.' MElia WICK,Coneertinlt- and
BaTo Singer: Mcsrvx a-WAisa EBtt-suia.
i -. . .
AiJjJISSIN-iO cents; Reserved. Beats tS
fpnM Rn.cMo.iH ViriOT'll BKDOftlED
at uottHAS'R. music Btoxiywnero oiasram.oi
iiallmay bo seen.. -j .-vi
t . w IT , --'- D vs'-l 1 1
u"oa " ?U-K P. KENDALL;
ecl21t, '.'M.i.f- BotlPeM Manager
W. T. BMliY '& GO
Jvo .'i r
t t ...
CyngT BOflKS' FOR 1869.
riJ T.-TtRUllV k CO. HAVE JUST OPENED
a large, collection of IttCTRATliD
BOOUS for the Holidays. The following aro
some of the leading uic 1 liuuaa ior xsoar
!li-Tt(B.Fitfai.BC8iEiCTEtsop Goethe. An
elegant folio volume, 'cOBtalnlnj TWENTY
ONE beautiful engravings from, tho .original
drawings of Kaulbacb, the greatest living .Art
2. THE. POETA5D TEB PllSTES; OB GeVSOV
Art ind Bono, tjuperbiy uinstratea wua
TWENTY-NINE large steel engravings.
H Tnr Konri r en (Iit.i.if.t: ComDrilinff Fiflv
juperb illustrations. fepruentiBjr'h&rMters
iron! loo niitorieai uramas 01 rucmttu cmju'i--
lar. the gteatOcrmaa.poet..
1 far TnnTOnmrBifl Hvpia'ii. Lonefel-'
low Hyperion, illustrated wth Twenty-five
lrotograpb of, the Rhine, SwitierlandjiEd the
Tyro1, saperoiy oounu in morocco.
& The' InrsTEATED tLcciLt, OweuMitri-
dith's Lucile, witn Twemr-ionr ion-page pic-
fi. KiTSlRlSa: II 12 liris xan MiR': A
Posil. By D.r. J. G.. HoUand (Timothy Tit-
17. E5ID., By 'Alfrel' Tennyson. Illustrated
by engravings in .Steel, by Uustave Dore.
's. GcisiVEt. By Alfred" Tennyson. Yith
Nine superb Illustrations or uusiavo jjorc. in
-one eieffini vuiuuic. ui.
!9.Dxra's Isv-asb. ' Witb.-"Gu.tave Dole's
splendid iiiu.irauoaf. -
10. CiiKisiuis Cabul. By Charles 'Dickens
With more than Thirty jiew illustrltionr-
11. Losorsitow's Evixqsuse. lllaiitratcd
iVi. TESSTSOx'sLocratETniLU Wtli.Niae
13. Tub Red-Line Tesftsoji- A new and
elegant edition ofthe CoinpleteToetieal Works
01 Allred Tennyson.
14. Tbk Red-Lisk Whittiee. Illustrated
with Twelve full-page pictures by various
' 15. The PoaiBT or Compmuknt aro Court
ship. New illustrated edition.
, 16. Tbe'Ii.i.cstbated'' FiRBixnrosD Tstst
box. Withstxty-touriun-pago uiustraiions
17. Longfellow's Pokvs CourLKTC Illus
trated by John Gilbert.
18- A Lovee's Duet. By Miss Alieo Carey,
A new volumeof poems, beautifully illustrated
19. The lLi.rsrBATEn S.vow-Bousd. By
Whittier. With orty picture.
. w0.AifQEL Voices; or. Woeds or CogsaEL fob
Ul'EBCOllIKG THE lYOELD. A new cailion, ucnu
21. LooEisa Towxnn Susset. From sources
new and old. original and selected. By Mrs.
Maria L. Child. .-ti
22. Ar ist's Edition- of lavnta's Seetcu
Bofir. With 13) original designs, bytbirty-ono
eminent Artists. In levaat morocco.
B23. WooD-stnEASD Sea-sids. lllustratcil by
Pen and PenciL An elegant TOlume.
24. Jcvexilk Anscai. ros 1869. A Christmas
and New Year' Gift foryoung people. Numer
25. Album -or tbe Florestihk QiLLEtus
Cnntnininir Beautiful IPhotocraDha of faint
ingi by Raphael, Titian, Reubens, and other
great Masters. "
2S. The Stort Without as End. From tho
German J. Py Sarah Austin. With Illustrations
printed in Colors.
27. Bcbss' Tau Q'.SniNTEi. V'ith photo-
' graphic illustrations.
2S. Joati Leech's Hcmobocs Pjctcses, Pio
tcbes or Lire A!tn Chractxb. From tbe col
lection of Mr. Punch. The Tirft. Second,
Third and Fourth Scries, in two elegantvol
umes. half morocco, gilt edges.
These amusing Pictures inelnde the whole
of Leech's contributions to Punch.
W. T. B. k Co. have also a large collectibn of
Oxford rubles nntl I'rnycr Books,
Stereoscopes nnd Slerescopic Views,
FAXCY GOODS, ETC., ETC.
W- T. BERRT k CO..
IS Publio Square.
Corn and Wheat Wanted.
FAEMEES OF TENNESSEE:
IN THE FUTURE. AS IN TU& PAST, YOU
you can get
More Money for Your Grain
Jnrkou .Hilts, South SlitrkPt Kltf ef,
.than any where elsel
grind all you havo.
, decl5 3m
Bring it along. I can
JNO. J. McCANN.
Gash for Cotton" Seed.
Farmers Save Your Cotton Seed.
WE will pay the Highest
Cash Price for Cotton Seed,
and furnish bags to ship in
all seasons of the year.
declS 3m 34 Market street-
FOUR STORES, ,r.D
and several OFFICES, in my building on Cedar
street. ALX'R J. POKTKK.
Commercial Insurance umce,
decl5 2w 39 N. College street.
'HE ANNUAL ELECTION FOR DIRECT
ors ofthe Nashville Lift Insurance Com-
nv.will 1.A nnr.n at thn flfFirA flf the ComOB-
ny, on MONDAY, tbe 4th day of January. 18C9.
JNO. M. BASS. President.
J. W. Hovtb, Seo'y.
30,000 to 40,000-
TIGHT BARREL STAVES. Highest market
price paid on delivery. , ,.
li. .Tl U'.iV I.li,
nov28 tiljanl Cor.Frontaad Madisonsti
MRS. JL?. J. MoNUtTY,
MILLINER, DRESS AND CLOAK MAKER
No. 108 North College Street.
TTAS JUST RECEIVED A NEW i Uiw
Bonnets, Hats and Trimmings ofthe latest
tvles. allot which will be sold at tne very
For Rent for llie Year 1809.
rpHE TWO COilFORTABtE DWELLING
X bouses (brick) on North College street,
Jnom, 137 and i:tB, at present occupied by
Mr.-a.der3 and Mr. TardiC aro for rent from
lstot January. Isti9.
PEEP ARE F0STXE HOLIDAYS 1 !
Y ins CAN AND KEG, AND ALSO BIT
ha.JPiBt. QnarJ rod Oalloa,
miuLK--; SPLIDMEATS,' "
WHOLESALE AND SET AIL.
Liboral disfiBtint. tn Tla-dor a-ttd. In rmrllr.4 or
dering in quantities. ' "
J. Jl. U'CUNCiKljlj Sc CO.,
113 Church st, St. Cloud Building.
Citizens Take IVeticc.
ARPHANS' CAMP.Na. S. ORDER OF PALE
V J Faces, will pivA L flea nrJ T? ! 1 f t Vi a Vatnaln
Academy on IV ednesdajr nightt Dec 23. Tttb
the Confederate dead. -TickoU of admission for
gentleman one dollar. ' Ladies' free. Members
or other camps in the city and elsewhere, ore re
spectfully invited to co-operate. dcol3-td
11113 Gr L OBE :
The Official PaDer of ConOTess:
yoxTaz THisDEisstos roBimncoxostss,
THE DAILY GLOBE C0NTAIN1J A FULL
: - " " w. mw u u w r . V4. ww,u ULOUbUGS VA
Congress: also the news ofthe dar.
J The Congressional Globe and Appendix con-
ravised bv thesnealri.ra -th iaMu.n nf th
uuii-i-u-i.-iniiiu- iiniiiir. ni inn l.iiinn
President ofthe United States, the reports of
lueueatuoi me Axecuuve -departments, the
laws passed during the session, and copious in
dexes to all.- They aro printed on new type
throughout, made expressly for tho purpose, en
a double roval sheet, each ahest nAntainlnir i-r-
tecn royal quarto pages, making about 3,000
The Congressional Globe and Appendix pass
free through the mails of ths Unite.! Ntnt.
undor a joint resolution of Congress passed the
Gth of An'-mJt. 1S52:' but'the Sailr tllnhn U ,nh.
jecno me usual newspaper postage,
ln Tlnilv fltnTiA- t,A?innfY, .- 9 AO
'For the Congressional Globe and
' A riTionrli ftnrfna. f !.? .ruIati Af.
Subscriptions for the Congressional U.oba and
-Appendix must be for. the entire session ; but
the Daily Qlobe may bo taken lor one or more
months, at the rate of S2 a month. Remit br
-cani. orait or postal money-order.
iNopapers sent until tho subscription money
nas oecn received,
i No club rates.
F. & J. RIVES 4 GEO. A. BAILEY.
Washington, Dec. 1, 1S68.
STANDABD COAI. OIL.
4:rE ARE PREPARED TO SUPPLV THE
r TV trade with any amount of our KXTKA
UnAMJ of Uoai Oil,
We guarantee the T,& Belle and the Tcunes-
seo uu Keunins; Co,' brands to be abov
the State requirements, vis-. .
ViO DEGREES FIRE 3 1ST.
Price list at tbe tame figures' s the same de
gree ol oil in Cincinnati. Orders respectfully
solicited, umca-.-io. o M,iHt,i,u iiuu.ik.
-MashTiue- WAlib-SKJ: WAliH.blt.
SAX.ES OP REAL ESTATE
' ' BY THE
Nashville Building Association
Dec. IG, 1S6S.
fy WEDNESDAY NEXT. 10TH DECEIT
J ber, I "will sell, by virtue of raorUage
deed, the real estate described in said deeds to
the Nashville Building Association, conveyed
by tne loiiowing persons, to-wit: Leo t,ollin...
John E.Edmnndson. Elita Ford. B. W. Hal
and E. D. Payne. E. A . Herman. John Kinney
and juary A. ivioney, JUewis liyons and wire, u
Xienman and wire.
jror particulars seo rress and limes, or
"Staats Zeitung." Sale, in legal hours, for
CASH, without redemption, at tbe Courthouse
aonr. AHSua iifcliU-M.
TTtl.t SIZES SOUTHERN CANNON STOVES
Si small liranklm Coal stoves;
CO Phrenix Cannon "
10 -Fireside" Open Front Coal Stoves;
25 Cannon Stoves, with Drum:
' 18 Open Coal Stoves, with Fire Tile Back:
200 6, 7 and 8 inch Cooking Stoves, best
10 Champion Cooking Stoves, with extra
Tin Hot Urea and Water Boiler;
75 Common Grates, complete;
50 Jambs "
70 Wood Stoves, i sizes. , ,
decs lw J. W. v?ltS0N i. CO,
Old Established Honse
"lirE HAVE JUST RECEIVED AND ARE
T T constantly in receipt of a. large and fine
assortment oi ail Kinds or uentlemen's. Hoys
Ladies', Mifscs' and Children's
Boots, Mioen, llaltnoraN, Gaiters, Etc,
Uenta , Boys' and Children's Fur. Cassimcre and
v ooi ii atb, uArs. etc.
Whips, Thontn. Hosiery, Gloves, Blacking,
uraiaes. inompsoman lediemesand
B. R. CUTTER 4 G LEAVES,
Corner Broad and College Streels,
novluSm Nashville, Tenn
STEWART anil GEIGER,
No. 41 South College St.,
T ESPECTFULLY INFORM THE PUBLIO
JLly that they are prepared to do every desa
tion of work in their line of ba.iness.
Tbev nut ud Grlat mils. Saw Mills.
Kachiiicrjr for Distilleries nnd Haan-
Castings of every description made to order,
and all kinds of Machinery reoaired.
1C9 We will do work promptly and guaran
tee satisfaction, at reasonable rates.
The Southern Mattress Factory,
NO, 272 tf. CIIERUY STHE1.T.
TTTE KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND SU-
II perior Nprtup, C'urlcrl llnlr, Hoss,
Cotton Tod and Wool atnttrenaes. to-
eether with Pillows. Bolsters. Sheets. Comforts.
etc, etc-, which will be furnished to order at
tbe lowest prices.
We also trim Church pews, and do all kinds
of renovating in our line.
If inconvenient to visit our Factory, call at
Yeatman. bbields Uo.'s. or 1. w.. liarnes
Auction Houfes, College street, and leaveor-
ders, which will be promptly tilled.
We will buy .ZUU.UUU pounds
SHUCKS delivered at our Factor;
oucds of ROUGH
1. A. COLE SON.
272 South Cheny st.
TNFORSH THE PUPLICOF.NXSHVILLE
J- and Middle Tcnnessee.that.be Is manuiao-
turingon an extensive scale,
B A E R Ii S,
I" Every Dcscrlpllou.
WHISKY' BARRELS. PORK BARRELS,
KEGS, of all kinds and LARD BARRELS,
Full sipply always on hand, and offered as low
ran 1m hnnirht in this or any other market.
lie asks a trial only ot the public
Factory and Offico, corner Madison and Nort
Front streets. fnov2 tilljanlh
J. LUMSDEN & CO.,
M,CriCTOEKaS AID OJILCSB I
No. 'A'A S. MARKET STREET. Ha. X
CHOICE Amy FRESH
Rack-Tocs ami Sparc-ribs
A RE SOLD DAILY AT ALL HOURS, NO.
A as Lafayette street. South Nashville, and
atBrien4Thaxlon's,69 South Co lege t-. by
declO lw .A. Vi OODFIN.
r?i rsssv p-i in
As NEW STOCK-' !
Y oy . s
Furmaa, Green & Go.,,
Xo, &9 Public Square,
Nasliville, Tonne ssop.
XliTp ARE NOW RECEIVING A LaRQB
Y stock of
Fresh and Seasonable Goods.
In addition to our usual and extensive assorts
mentof IKXoes. IVoriOMS, etcwe
have a superior stock of
EXTEA FINE D0ESOT JEANS
ForMerchant Tailors' Use.
Also evervdesariDtion nfllf.rv-rfnf.ila for
Plnntatlou Far poise, consistioi. of Plaid
Osnaburgs. PlaldLinseyi. Kerseys, Heavy Jeans,
Minerva and Beverly Twills, all of whioh wo
will tell at .
VERY LOW PRICES
TO THE TJSADE,
Vwiotu to. our removal, January 1, 1869, to
HO. 1 IIICKA' BLOCK,
Corner of College street and tho Square, (North
, We respectfully solicit, a call from City and
Risen from .tlie Ashes
T7 .BAD0UX. AVOTJED RESPECTFULLY
Sj inform his old friends and patrons that he-
haa Just opened a new anibcBntiful assortment
of Uoods, mtbe JicunvocK. uaiiuinc, ao,
31 Cherri Nlreet, KMnsistinsr of Watches.
Jewelry, Fancy and Toilet Articles, Silrer-and
Plated Ware, etc., etc. .Also, just opened the
larsest stock of Hair ever exhibited in this city.
.Ladies will find Mrs Badoux at her old place
behind the counter, ready to receive tceir or
ders and attend to their wants- dec!3 2w
H. W. HAS LOCK,
D R TJ G a IS T
No. 19 Public fiqnure,
WOULD CALL TIIE ATTENTION.--OF
Physicians and the public generally to
tts irc-n and enlarged Btocfc ot
iiriiicx, Ctieuilcnls, Fluid lixtmctH. nil
UlufiH or l'atent sitrqiclnrn. 1 ncy
Article), PnlutH, OlU, YI'Ih
dow Glass, etc.
Also, on band Fon?era'0)npnnnd Iodioisel
Cod Liver Oil. best imported French Brandy
ior meuicmai purposes, r.auuo uoiognea oi su
Ti.rlnr n ii-ititT.
Most Darticular attention naM to lh Pre
scription Department, under the direction of
Mr. J . a. Li u itlTi A ll 1 1. an experienced Apoth
ecary and Cbemiit, graduated in Prussia.
UASTLB. HOCK COAL !
Best in ttie Market
27 ctH. per Iloshol
EVERY LOAD WEIGHED,
LEAVE ORDERS WITH
JOHIT MORROW & SON,
S3 Xortli Market Street.
For JIaklny Steam It lias no Equal.
READ TIIE FOIXOWIKG s
TTTJT!. TUE UNDERSIGNED. HAVE USED
the Castle-Kock Cvl. and would stato
from absolute experience it surpasses any coal
that we have ever used, for heat, cleanliness
.ml cu.nn.imt. .nil tr m !mLi n. firfl mAflfl Of it
will last-full fllly per cent, longer than other
coal thatwe navo used.
Wji. Stoccill i Sot.
J. M. TJIATCHEE,
Hurt & Co.,
T. D. Furrur,
11. C JJaAXsroBO.
M. L. Blastox,
A. W. UADT.
It a Fair Trial.
WA1. H. MORROW. Acent. -
decS tf 35 Cedar street.
Whslesalo Storehouso for Eont.
-jJ-O. PUBLIC SQUARE.
oecnpied at present, by Messrs. Furmaa, Green
x uo. Apply to
nerSStf S. D. MOPGAN.
WE WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM
our dealerr, that we are Agents of the
oiiio UAAiUiK toai'A.ir, and are pre-
nnrMl fn .nnnlv Ibn trirlf. nf thft lnwfMt kirlcd.
Wn -wilt ,li tabn OltllKltS. to bs shinned
direct to purchaser
100 bbla Extra Family Flour.
20 tierces Sugar Cored Hams,
-0 English Dairy Cheese.
25 kegs Spiced Pigs' Feet.
C JR. PARSONS A CO..
Nos. 7 and 9 Broad st.
Robert Thompson & Co.,
Steam CrackerBakery and Gandy Works,
lUrOBTISS AND DEALERS IN
-n't .. t t ..,. , ,1 xnMAi., r.1-... 1 1
TTIUi:!., A1IIUU1B UI1U AUIC..I llllll
CIGARS, TOBACCO. ETC..
33 Ron ll Harkct St., Naskvillp, Tenn.
PURE SCOTCH AND IRISH WHISK?.
Old Pennsvlvnnia Rrc and Crow. Bourbon
and some very superior Robertson County, for
sale, at low cash prices, uv
T-inilTPPq INn AT.K? nf Trin. hr.n.l.
X direct importation., and for sale ilaw. by
UUi-EtVl IUUilltfM." ac MU. I
'PEAS, of all grades, in all bind: of rackages
X for sale low, by .
"10FFEES AND SUGARS always on hand.
J and will be Bold as low as tne lowest.
"1HEE3E A large and well assorted jtoV,
J Just received and lorsaie low. ny
liuur.uA iiiujircv.i i,u.
rtABUlIKS AND CRACKERS, alwavs fresL
I anil nut on in nuantitie-i to suit nurchasen.
FireCraekers, Fruits of all klnd, nod nearly
every kind oi goous usuauyarpi mine nee
will be found at tbe btore oi
KUUKKl AHUMI'SUN .CtU
ngvSJtf No. 35 South Market sfreet,
TWENTY-FIVE BEAUTIFUL BUILDING
Lou near Nashville and Decatur Depot, at
FlVR DotWES rha Fqot, Ua. A great br-
Alsoseveral Dwellings and Stores for rent for
1809, at reasonable prices. I
ARKIKUIUj; JrAiiitAH x ivr.Ai.r,r. l , i
' fBtZ itcal rotate Agents. I
decll lw Ao.TOChurch street. I
r-:i- . r-j--. m.wi.--,.
BOOTS 'AMI ?SH0ES
( , fIASg B. JHAIili'S, . -
K&47HORTH COLLEGE STREET.
UST RECEIVED DTEECX FROM THE
beat Manafactnrerri-i.i "mn.i-r 4.--
the largest sad best selected itookJ of
bsots, sueEs and dxtrzsH
ever bronght to this market, whlcS aro offered
for sale at & small advance ob Eastern cost.
oman rrouts ana limes sun is the motto.
SOUTHERN TRADE I
fall Paper fiDifli Slaies,
ETC-, ETC.. ETC-,
WHOIXSAXS AND KJSTAII.
jTXrii WOULD RESPECTFULLY IN
' V V form our patrons and the publio gen
erally, that in conformity with an agreement
existing between ourselves and ths largest
Eastern Manufacturers of Iaper Baag.
loin. Window tiBsdes. Window Cor.
alee, etc , wo havo established at this
place tho only
Mammoth, Southom Depot,
for the wholesale and retail of volj. Ihti
line: and thatwe are nfferinir imoda TO THE
with the EXPENSES OF SHIPPING added,
OUR FALL STOCK!
!s very larre and comnlete. and wa Inritn thn
paplie to give us a frial before making pur-
JOHN TT. HILL & CO.,
No. 22 SOUTH COLLEGE STREET,
, between Church and Broad.
T. J. YARBROUGB,
Xato of tho Crm orWcaklcy & Yarbrougb,
Grocer and Commission
1L ! K." C H ANT,
1ST 6. 34
SOUTH CjOLLECrE STREET,
HAS NOW IN STORE THE FOLLOWING
choice and select stock vf Oreeeries, whieh
he offer; to the Trada at the Lowest Marke
200 SACKS RIO COFFEE.
25 HHDS- DEMERARA SUGAR.
10 HHDS. CLARIFIED SUGAR, -SO
C0BBLS. " POW'D
100 BBLS. EX. C. SUGAR.
25 BBLS, N. O. MOLASSES.
25 HF.BBLS.N. 0.M0LASE3.
so;nxs. gbekx and: BLACK TEAS:
1(0 BXS. SOAP.
100 BXS. STAR CANDLES.
CO HF. BXS. STAR CANDLES,
25 QR- BXS- STAR CANDLES,
100 BXS. STARCH.
SO CANES KICIIARDSOK'S HATCIIKS,
50 BXS. CHEESE.
100 CADDIES S. 3. TOBACCO.
1C0 D0Z. PAINTED BUCKETS.
50 D0Z. WASHBOARDS.
25 D0Z. TUBS; Nos 1. 2 Jfc 3.
50 DOZ. BROOMS,
200 DOZ- CLOTHES LINES,
300 DOZEN XASbVA BIJaCKIXG,
500 BBLS. FLOUR. Jackson Mills,
HO EELS. FLOUR. BlaolcXick Mills.
300 BBLS. FLOUR. Magnolia Mills.!
50 BBLS. WHITE BEANS,
I0O ItELS. NORTIl'N l.It. POTATOES,
6 TIERCES RICE,
3,000 LBS. CODTISU,
23 HF. BBLS. MACKEREL,
500 KEGS NAILS, assorted.
20 CASES SARDINES,
23 KEGS EXflUsn SODA.
Bacon, Iiird, Corn Meal. Bran, Spices. Blne-
comploto assortment of choice
-ar. nraupinir i .Der. loireiuerwiiu a jaxEi
comprising Old R. C Whisky. Bourbon Whisky
ana imported ums. uranaics ana wines.
T. J. YAHBROlGir,
24 South College street.
novlo tjanl Nashville. Tenn.
Tkird National Bank
W. W. BERRY,
una At. mva
CUAS. E. UILLkAN.
DAN'L F. CARTER, EDMUND COOPER.
ALEX. FALL'S ESTATE.
DEALS IN EXCHANGE. GOLD AND SIL
ver and uCvemment Securities.
Drafts drawn In sums to suit on London. New
xorg, ii ow Orleans. Cincinnati, ot. boms, liouis-
viiio. .riezupQis. eic.
o-2o and 10-40 bonds always on hand for
W. W. IJEKRT, VrcK.fient,
EDGAR JONES. Cashier.
JOHN KIRKMAN. Vice President.
3?. IE. 1? 12 Civ,
AGENT FOR THE
Georgia line Insurance Co.
Capital and Nnrplm $400,000
3 COLLEGE STREET.
Full Iron Frame With
Warehouse No. 4i. Fourteenth street.
HAVE BEEN PRONOUNCED BY THE
profession to be among the best instru
ments made, first class premiums taken
wherever exhibited. Being one of the largest
manufacturies in America, (having made and
jomui. i ianos in iiso.i we are enabled to sell
at prices wnicn dety competition.
circulars and price lists.
lirftPillirA'S MllQir. StliVO
- w -. v. .
Wholesale and Retail.
The undersigned takes deasura in annonna.
ing to tho pnblie that be has received another
shipment of the Haines Brothers Pianos.
among wnicn is ine i-anor ueauty. email
sized Rosewood case, full 7 octaves, round ear
ners and carved legs. This instrumonf, for its
(111V 14UH1I11I19 Ut 1U11V MIUGU UU lUCT.Ui.ll..I,
attraot alike theartist and amatuer. The low
priet at which they are offered, place them
within the reach of every ono. hence ther are
uestineu to De tne great lavorue oi the public.
My stock of Steinway. Dunham, Weber and
ivraasnaar nanos is large-.and varied, and are
offered at factory prices,
r In Organs and Melodeons,il deal in tbviilard,
ctt only, which stand before the Dublio without
Bhe'itmnslc and small musical merchandise
in the greatest abundance, and sold at lowest
JAM. A. Mct-IiUKK.
FftnilGrS. lillV flt IiOIllfi
11101 a J " JLLVlllt'
V0DR VYAQ0N8 AND AGRICULTURAL
A implements. Aam-mauuiaciunngioevery
best of Steel Plows, and ether Implements
Also, wagoos ofthe very best material and
worKmansnip. j.ii. nuaiSEi,
no. ..nfcoutn unerry street, between Ash an
Mulberry streets. oct6 So
rm $ PER'MONTH. OR A CO it -W'll
mljaionfrom which twice that atnoaot
can bo made by selling the latestimproved
Pamlly Sewing Machinei
Price $18. For circulars and terms address
C. BOWERS Jt CO
320 South Third sfcPhiladelphivPa,
decI3dw3m , ' f
PLANTERS' JBAXJL NOTES
TN ACCORDANCE WTTH AN ACT OF THE
JL Geaerxl Asaeabtyof the State of Tesaessse,
approved uecemoer li. ivn, nuu an at 10
expedite the diittioaiwu ox tno effects ot Banks
-f hich have or m .s assignments among
their creditor-, notice is hereby given to the
ldexs el to notes oi uo jrianters uang oi
'mn-nu-a t., . -ent them to the underri-rned
attae Dank. In Nashville for payment between
sow and the' first day orJacuar7, 1360. or they
will be tarover 6rToa-
u. 'iiiAV&n. Trustee.
Ivn rlfr-Hli.nl m.
X WANT A MAN TO TAKE THE AGENCY
JLforiLIoyd's Great Double Revolving Mijs of
Ored MaD i
arone aad America, with the -4.600 eonntvdol-
flred Map of the United States on the back, is-
rued to-day, and needed by every family, school
sud library in the land, with patent reverters,
by which either may can be thrown iron t. Each
map is ozxw inenes large, witn ribbon binding
and doubled-faced rollers; cost. J100.000 and
threa vean labor. Price 5. wortW SjO. A
small capital will do to- start with. J10 a copy
can be got for these maps. Send for circular.
terms, etc. xwenty new maps nnoer war.
J. T. LLOYD.
bov20 dtwl m P.O. Box 123. Atlanta. Qa.
MYSTALLION.LOTTERY. SIRED BY JOE
Lottery, his dam a Morgan marc; raised in
Jasper county, ueorgta: granasire isnrgesr Joe
Lottery, from Connecticut. He is U hands
high not grown yet 5 years old past; a beauti
ful chestnut Sorrel, and an excellent traveler In
single or double harness. He ean show some of
tho best colts in tho State. Apply to
deeS w3n BaraesviUe, Georgia.
THE UNDERSIGNED. BEING FULLY
pieparod for manufacturing Haiti.
Boon, Blinds, inside and out. Pivot aad
Stationary Slats, Frames of every description.
Brackets, Cornices, plain and ornamental.
Mantelpieces, Mouldings of all kinds, Bse
Boards, Flooring, Poplar and Pins Ceiling
Plank; Wei thru boarding, and Building Mate
rial generally. Abo, Builders and Contractorx
A1I at as low rates as can be Imported of eqaal
quality. Send orders. Punctuality and dis
patch are our businett creed. Office aud Fac
tory adjoiningNashville and Chattanooga Rail,
road Locomotive Shops. Codar street, Nashville,
Get a Business Education !
BRYANT sfc STRATTOX'S
j vno.vi c tem n.c.
AFFORDS A YOUNG MAN THE MEANS
of thorough instruction In Book-keeping.
Commercial Law. Commercial Arithmetic. Pen
manship. Partnership Settlements and the de
tails of business by all farms of correspondence
and business papers.
Tuition for unlimited time bv scho.anW.
good in all our Khtato, eotin; i'M.
Sessions day and night. No vaoiti.tu?,
Special C:nxH4 la I'enmanNblp.
Send for our Collose Jonrnal. or f r farther
II. i-. KtRiiAKT, I'rincipal,
Box 1 SI. NashvUU. Xmia.
dec2 J.wA-tt tr. r
PrpcpntQ fnr tho HnlldaVQ
liC&BliU IUI UIL nOUUdb.
CRAXE at WITIIEY,
Importers or IlaTana Cigars,
and dealers in
Tobacco, Snnfi Pipes, etc.,
Ko. 15 Public Square.
TN ADDITION TO OUR LARGE STOCK
JL of Cigars and Tobaccos, we would call at
tention to our very large assortment of genuine
and imitation Meersehaum Pines, and a I arm
variety of Fancy Goods suitable for Holiday
rresenu- Ihcse goods include novelties never
before brought to this market, and toenusi.r.
ato which would require too much space. We
invite an examination of ear handsome selec
tion of goods, teelin- satisfied that in the extin .
sive catalogue nf fancy articles, the publift taste
will be gratified.
uectutr tKAflj. A WATHKY.
Louisville and Nashville
FALL SCHEDULE, 1868.
COMMENCING NOTCH li ES 8, lies.
Trains will run as follows :
Leave Nashville. 5:10 A.M. 6:SO V M
Arrive at Louisville- 1:30 p. M. 4:00 A. il.
Both Trains make direct connection at Louis
ville with the Jeffersonvillo Railroad for St,
Louis, Chicago, Indian&pdi Cincinnati. Balti
more, Washington. Philadelphia, and New York.
Morning Train from Nashville connect, with
United Statesmail line rteamers leaving Louis
ville at t(X) r. v., connecting at Cincinnati with
early mornin; trains East, Baggage cBirxxo
from Nashville to St. Lonis. Chicago, Cincin
nati, and all principal Eastern cities.
433" The 6:30 r. . Traji from Nothvili
does not run on SUNDAY.
Gallatin Accommodation Train leaves Galla
tin at 0:15 A- M-, arriving at Nashville- at.
1IUS A. M. Returning. leaves Naxhville a,
SU5 P.M and arrives at dallttin at CrtO p M
Genl Superiotendent L. A N. R. R.
W. S. DUNNAVANT,
CONTKAClOIl AND IIVILDKIC.
Coa. orli oitT. a-d CDJtnrEr.! if v.
would r speetfnlly inform his natruM, lilend
and the public generally, that hehatieeureL
the services of Mr- (!o. W. Iliekman as Agen .
and FurtmaR. aud is prepared to etrcnto a i
kinds of builriina- and ion- work wilhdlsnateb
and in a workm.inl.ka manner. tnclt
0ffic9 Qeneral FreiSh!-ASant'
NASnVIUX k CBATTtJOOO A!ltNAS-VlttE y
JAsnvn.LE, Oct. 11, ISCj
JJREIOUT CONTRACTS. AT LOW RATf .
. will be made on shipments frai Nashville
I Toil em phis, Sew Orleans fc .St. Louis,
To all points on the Mississippi river, via
Through rates given and Bills Lading issued
only at this office.
octla tf Oen'l Freight Agent.
A. A. SPEfVCER & CO.,
8. E, Corner Walnut and Water sti.
.CINCllTOATI, - OHIO,
Liberal Advances made on Sliinmc ntr and
careful attention given to filling crders.
Til 12 rv A.MI1 V I i. 1-I-:
iVo. Jtl Maxwell House.
JOHN M. BASS
J. W. HOYTE.v
De-TV A. ATCHISON.
DE.S. U. STOUT-
A Southern Home Institntlon.
Issues all lrin.l, f T.Jr. .-.,1 Vr-..iw-.,,
Policies on moslbvorable terms. 'jmay'-S