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CSBER'THE eAK. ,
Why coei little Maude to tho wood to-day.
Wrapped in her mantis of slircr-grw,
Trinnltir ttlnnir nVr tliA f&llen leaves.
'Neath th-olden crqwa which tho-yntumnj
Now a mingVed shower of rod and gold '
Flecks her mantle in every fold. 4 ;
Why goes little Maude to the wood to-day.
In hor cloak of rod and cold and ettxjZ
Now the stars a while In her hurried walk
'Neath, the (had a giant .branching oak..-
The sunshine kisses her cheek so fair.
And playi in her ringlets of floating half.
An acorn rattles upen her head.
Mid shower of leaves the oak-boughs Shed. ,
A nimble squirrel with shining eye -Watches
her from a tamp hard by.
Now her dark oye brlghteni. and one ismall
Faitens anew the told en band,
Which binds her dark hair's shining flow
Away from a throat and neck of snow.
. , n!, , f ,f H.-t
The red Itpi part in a happy smile,
Thesmall foot beats to the time meaawhUej,
A the humi a match from an eld, old song.
Of "Lore me little and lore me long."
Ahl little Maude, with tbe floating hair.
And the red. red lips, and the faco so lair.
in mat nusntng cneer. ana impsuoaiwsa.
And low words, murmured. - Whr don't 1.
JVe triow wny you wait 'neath the oak io-day?
n ra ppea in your m antie ox suver-gray.
FKASCE AND IJEKSUKKOrjf DISGS.
Napoleon is not dead, nor is Paris
convulsed -with a popular uprising,
alth'ongh the cable fe;
1 -V i'jV..iC, iTc'
iporicu uuiu uu
Saturday;. It is no, moan'oxiunim-
portant compliment to the'poiror of.
s ranee ana me iiosiuon ueiu vy
her 'Etnperor, -sayslhe Philadelphia
Age, that whenever it is necessary to
dirturb Europe, the icauseor causes
are located in that nation. A rumor
of the death of Francis Joseph, of
Austria; the Czar, or the King of
Prussia, would hardly cause a ripple
on the surface of European politics.
Statesmen and ministers might haz
ard an opinion as to the policy of
the' new potentate, and the money
marts feel a slight tremor; but all
would b6 quiet in a few hours. But
let intelligence of the death of Na
poleon fee scattered ' over- the Old
World, and tho sea of politics and
diplomacy is immediately lashed into
a fury, and all tho money centres
tremble as if an earthquake shock
the ground upon which they stand.
These facts testify to the greatness
of France, and the place occupied
by her ruler among the crowned
Whilcthisis the condition of affairs
in the Old World, Napoleon is en
gaged in ceaseless efforts to consoli
date the surroundings of France in
her interests. Ever since the estab
lishment of the North German Con
federation, the French Emperor has
been anxious to conclude treaties
with Holland, Belgium and Switzer
land, to prevent these States from
drifting into a dependency upon
Prussia, and to secure the gradual
control of their destinies for France.
Several times the official papers
of Franco have announced the suc
cess qf the French efforts in conclud
ing theso treaties; but every time
the governments of the three coun
tries have promptly denied the truth
of the French report. The last
official contradiction has just been
given by the Minister of the Neth
erlands. While it may be true that
in none of these cascsNapoleon has
reached the desired goal, still the
efforts point, out the design, and let
in light upon the real purposes of
France towards the countries by
which she is immediately surround
ed. Napoleon lias no desire for
mere territorial aggrandizement.
He docs not covet the soil of Hoi- !
land, or Belgium, or Switzerland
France is sufficient for his purposes
in that respect But he needs the
co-operation of these Powers in or
der to leave France an unencum
bered legacy to his son and heir.
Especially is this the case since
Prussia has announced and acted
upon her consolidation theor'. One
by one the smaller stales and king
doms of Germany have been de
voured by the insntiate monster of
Prussian nationality, and princes
deprixpd of their estates and au
thority, as school boys are stripped
of nuts and apples by watchful ped
agogues. It is against the spread
of this wave of power that Napo.
leon is interposing his plan. He is
fighting fire with fire ; meeting a
conflagration with a counter con
flagration, as they do on the West
em prairies. While Prussia is har
nessing all tho small States of
Germany to her car, Najioleon is
endeavoring to convince Holland,
Belgium and Switzerland that their
true interests lie in strengthening
France, as a breakwater, to shield
them from the tempest of Prussian
Will he succeed in this undertak
ing? Is Prussia in a position to
command or enforce her policy?
Holland has no cause to love Prus
sia. Belgium sprang from the hot
and lusty loins of revolutionary
France, and Switzerland does .not
hanker after consolidation such as
that inaugurated and carried into
effect under thepersuasive eloqumce
of needle guns and cavalry sabres
These states have more to gain by
leaning toward France than joining
with Prussia. The former has not
shown an inordinate greed or ap
petite for territory. She gained
cbmparativelv nothing in her war
with Austria, while adding broad
and fertile provinces to the domin
ions of the Iving of Italy. But Prus
sia, like those unclean birds which
lintmi nit' iiaiiic-iiuiiis 10 ictti upon
the dead, gorged herself neck-full of ,
iUl I ' JlJ AiJ.ajt lftw V,-I Vy
wa. And still the cry is more. She
LussetLer heart upon other, pro
vinces, and will drawthem mto the
grand vortex of Prussian authority
unless prCVCntetl by the action Of
1 , . ,
SOinC l)0Wer, her CQUal 111 Strength,
. 1 ' ... mi
diplomacy aim resolution. IlllS IS
1 , T ,
the vantage ground of Napoleon.
J?' Ho caa offer the protection of Pranqe
to the $nyall Stated' surrduudiriK,thalr
.j . "rf. : ' .1.
cjupirc. a.v vu 5llu;tttfiH myiu
sensrato and independent riat6naltv
afcrainflt tho .fiuro , consolidation
jscheme'of Prussia. 'And tlfdy tvi
accept the proffer and form the al
liance:. In,self-defensctheywill do
It 'fThb jgoverhmehts interested in.
thisErencIi,; movement may deny.
tUotruth of the French report, 'but'
uiasis a usual resort oi aipiomacj-,
and .proves nothing- in opposition to
the ...trench" theory. In the grea
game now playing between Franca
and Prussia, .Napoleon holds - the
master cards, and he will play them
ae the right time. Tho odd trick
wll tall to hVside oOiie table.
. " 0. COLLIER,
Wbolesalei.aad Retnll Joalcr
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SCHOOIV IIOOKS, '
vWrltlHg Desks; "
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ARNOLD'S WBmXQ Film.
i COl'TINQ IKK.
Also, DirOSITOBT FOB TBg
Americaff Bible, Society,
1XD 1GEST rOK THE
PKESBXTKBIAN XSMITTliK OF
- - r
Done In the, neatest and latest ttyles. at shoit.
1 notice. 1 '
so. ao, u.vio.v stVkv.t.
Between Collrvn and Cbe'ny tirv.
J 'X. S V It A N o :
Under the new charter, b nowoiin I'm sin-
Ar :... h .-iORru coLLEd jrv tjr
Next door tj emr o( Union kV.m
JOSEPH W. A I. LEST, Pn-vi.tcai
A. W. m.r.H,Scrrplar7
John M.'mn, Watson H. Cook.
C. A. K. Tbompron. 1). Wearer.
Daniel K. Carter, N. K. Griffin.
B, B. Cheatham, John W. Terrav.
(1. W. llendersnottj A. U. Adams.
, , . Joeepn W. All on.;
IV JH W G-OOIS
Hugh Douglas & Cos,
53 Public Square,
WE are:sot rkceiviko a very
lane and desirable stock dfAcw Wsn.
tcr Gocmib, foil and complete in eTery de
partment, to which wo earnestly solicit tho at
tention of retail merchants pen trail 7.
11UUU UUUUL.AS X UU.
RashTille. Tenn.. UccC lm.
Qrooar and Commission Merchant,
PRODUCE AND PROVISION'S,
BOAT AS BAB STORES
Manilla., Cord tee. Oakum. Ilemp and Gem
factine, Liioseed. i,ard Imbricating Oils,
Corner Broad and Front Streets,
50,000 BURLAP SACKS.
TTAVINO THE AGENCY OP THE EM-
JJL pire Bag Manufactory of New York, I
shall keep a Urge tnpply ot the best quality of
GRAIN SACHH.aodam able tn furnish the
TRADE at very reduced rates. Grain dealers
will please gire me a call.
CornerBroad and Front Streets.
j deoo 3m Hajhrille, Tenn.
50 nnn e and two year old
JvJJJ 1 vines of the most nonulir varie
ty in the country, among the
Concord and Jves' Seedlings,
being now more generally planted than any
Those wishing to plant out VINT ARDS this
fail and winter, had better send in their orders
soon if they want to be supplied with superior
v ines, cot grown noaer gi&ss.
U. W. U. I'AXME.
Poftofflce, NashTille. enn.
DWKl.EIJiOM.-TnB ELKQ ANT GOWDY
Mansion, on Vauxhall street.
-Rejidenceof the lateCol. R. H.McEwen.on
cpruco street, now occupied by Judgo Wnit
worth. llouso on toe corner of Vino and Cedar streets.
House on Vine, between Union and Church.
House on North Market, north of LomiTille
and Nashville railroad track.
House on South Cherry street, and one on
The ,arge brick on Summer, near Unian, now
occupied by the Blind.
niuhm.-The decant storehouse o. 13y,
in Allen's Mock, on Church street
Store on Market, between ilroad and Church
Storeroom under Sewanec Uouso.
JIA I.E. Elecant and sn&cious hall in Ma
sonic Temple, now occupied hytheSons of Tem
perance. A, JXEUSUM JCUO.
ilec9 lw Agents.
BAGGING AND ROPE.
J E HAVE IN STORE A LARGE LOT OF
1 1 nagging and nope at low prices.
Ky. Py. Bagging. 2 lbs. to yard-
Mo. Birrintr. ii lbs to v
Rope, best machine, iu coil and half coils
JHIITIUJN LUUIvKlLLi ft UO.,
norl7 tf IS and 60 Scnth Market street.
PREE TERRITORY ! !
mUE LARGE AND COMMODIOUS TV
V. story Residence, containing nineteen rooms
with .firenlare... besides nantrv. store-rooms.
water and gas fixtures throughout tho cntiro
building, and all necessary out-houses. Said
nrnncrtv is located in I'roe) territory, har
ing a front of 100 feet on South Spruce street,
near the corner of South Union or W all street.
and can bo bought at a bargain and on exceed
ingly liberal terms. Apply to
ANDERSON. JOHNSON A SMITH,
AIX OUU GOODS AT COST.
( N ACCOUNT OF ONE OF THE PART-
J ners rctirieg from the firm, we ate now ot
tering our large and well selected stock or
HEADY-J1AI)E CEOTU1SO and
Gents' Furnishing Goods,
Hill. Cnrpct En km, Nnlrbcls, rtc,
At Cost Prices
Our assortment includes all the latest and most
f.ihinnnbla stilus of Cluthinir. lor men and
boys, together with a large stock of Cloths. Cas
tiineros and Ycstings We mean what we say.
nnd aretletermined to offer onr stock from this
lime forward at a great sacrifice- Now is the
I :...a in iitirftliflin rh.,n lllnthiniT
ihciiek a atiem.r(
i WINTER DRESS GOODS
' I AT
j? T KIRKPATIUCK'S.
j Jg VST vZZtlZl
nre not yet supplied will do well to look in. as
I wo are going to sell them, and no humbug, n e
. have on hnd a fine assortment of Blankets,
yiannels. Hosiery. Men's and Ladies' Gloves,
cloths and Cassimeres, Ladies' Cloaks, Shawls.
I etc.. etc. Call and see for yourselves.
re SHr Friends and PatreH.
, The generous interest of oar friends in
extending the circulation of "the UsjipH"
AKD Americas is such aa-to call for tut
warmest posaible ,expra!oa,of outthacks,
We feel that..the.beest.return we cau make.
is tp'pledee increased exertions to make the
papfir worthy, cot only of tba patronage 'of i
countiBg-room, profoasionatoffice Bdro-
eide in the State; This, wr are striving jo
dp. The more readers we have the" better
"paper we can make and the more good, w'a
can accompliih. Wo want to doubla.tne
circulation of the Union AHD Ameeicah,
If 'every one. who now . receives it will
send us.'oe; Biprp tiaun"e,the lis
will be doubled at once
Can not TOU. friead, eena ua one more
name ? Speak to that neighbor who aon. t,
take it, and to that yoUUg mSH who
rrcatly needs somethiog Democratic to
'read. Jost try : if .yon ail.iry again !
Ye feel confident that nearly every one of
our present subscribers could send us OBC
more name, if be would only try It
woulcl be a small item to each one, but the
aggregate would be of great importance to
us. One more ; will you try ?
from now till January 1, 1870, for FOUB
fromnow till January, 1870, for TWO
DOLLABS. in clubs ot fire subscribers oc
. . .
.Now is the best time to subscribe,
t others to join you.
To such of .our patrons and friends as
need job-work in acy'departmcnt of print
ing, we would stale that we are thoroughly
prepared to execute all orders at the abort
est notice, In the best style of the art, and
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
prioting. .Send in your, orders and we
guarantee entire satisfaction. It is onr
igbect ambition 'to.please our patron".
"file following gentlemen arc aiithorized
and requested to act as AfjenU for the
Union and Amkiiican, and to receive and
rt-ct-t for pubfcrlptions and adreriisetnenta
for the name: 'r -
Ji. O. Manard, BrUlol.
0. is., r ain, JUossy uretK. .
"UTtir- Mr?JmiiKatl -K"nnT-nill
Titten &,L'ayn?, Cbattanoogiu
II. Li ireett, Kingston.
James B. Keed, Athene. .
JIueh L. Fry,weettfattr.
Gapu ;V. D. Haynea, Bloutitville.
Marah logei, union JJepol.
Col. DuDgan, Jooesboro.
Col. Wm. StriDgfield, EogeraTille.
Ogilvie & Hazlewood, College Grove.
John W..Jtaxon, Ularkaville.
M. V. B. Ibgram, Springfield.
R. F. Ferguson,- Peacher'n Mill. i
W. R Saddler, Fort's SUtion.
J. B. Wright, Gallatin.
J. IT. Brockett, Lafayette. . 1 :
A. A. bwope, vJarthage.
Dr. 8. C. iridgwater, Dixon's Springs.-.- -
V. G. Cox, Gainsboro.
1. Turney and J. A. Fancher, Sparla.
T. Whaley, Smithville.
K. Kirkpatriclr, Batler'a Landing.
Williamson & Martin, 1 T
E. Ii. Pennebaker, 'Lelanoa
A. O. II. P. Selio'rn, Murfreesboro.
W. H. McFerrin, Woodbury.
Howard W. Newman, Winchester.
IT. L. Walling, McMinhville.
0. II. P. Harris, Livingston.
E. F. Hunt, Tullahoma.
D. P. Rathbone, Manchester.
E. G. Curlle, Bradyville.
Wm. Barton, Readyville.
John Law?, Farmington.
A. A. Steele, Lewiaburg.
McCord and Ogilvie, Uniouville.
G, P. Baakette, and M. B. Moorman &
Geo. W. Morgan, Fayetteville.
Dr. J. B. Mathews, Edgefield.
Simpson & Cleland, Brentwood.
T. J. Watson, S. B. Rozell, Franklin.
J. B. Stephenson, Spring Hill.
Banks & Drake, Thompson's Station.
D. Shelton, Columbia.
M. L. Stockard, and J. S.GrilBtb, Mt
A. H. Higdon, Lynnville.
Wm. Harris, CornerevillB.
W. J. Ridgeway, Elkton.
J. R. Oiborne, Pulaski.
F. G. Tignor, "
E. W. Holt, Bunker Hill.
H. Denton, Coobevillo.
Matthews & Davenport, Lawrenceburg.
Maj. Brashear, Linden.
W. L. Morris, Waynesboro.
A. G. McDougal, Savannah.
Col. L. McCullum, Centerville.
W. W. Hobbs.Waverly.
Thou, a Morris, Charlotte.
G. B. Hughes, Clifton.
John Larkins. Jobnsonvillc.
A. J. Shemwell, Dover.
J. M. Vester, Ashland City.
E. W. Yates, Mulberry.
B. H. Barry & Co., Lynchburg.
Thoa. Comer, McMinnville.
Dr. A. M. Hall, Petersburg.
W. R. Loving, Richmond.
1. M. Johnson, Cageville.
Wm. Laudrum, Dresden.
Louis M. Williams, Newbern.
D. P. ShofTner, Union City.
Cab. Shull, Purdy.
A. S. Currey, Trenton.
W.I. Weslbrook, Brownsville.
Maj. John H. Bills, Bolivar.
N. Y. Cavitt, Paris.
Scales & Seward, HumboldL
J. F. Davis, Hickman, Ky.
John L. Webb, Dyersburg.
W. C. Vail. Chestnut Blnll.
Capt. W. Wheeler, Ripley.
W. J. Pitts, Double Bridges.
John T. Douglass, Covington.
Dr. D.'H. Thomas & Co., Lanefiold and
Maj. J.G.H. Bradford, Woodville,
DR. J. A. CJLOPTOW
JTAYJJE CONSULTED ATTHE ST. CLOUD
1VX Hotel, on the 9tb, 10th and 12th ot De
cember- lie treats, with perlect success, jrnc,
riatnln.Ntrletureft. lumen, cle.
Special attention'given to Diseases of Female.
Kelers 10 many 01 ia mosi retpeciaDie vuy-
Icians 01 the state- aeco.u
6 WEST FEONT STEEET
Foreign Wines and Liquors,
AND HAVANA CI U AIM,
PIPER HflDSlCK CHA-ttPAHXE,
Wiu , To 11 n ger A Co.'h Et I n b u rjf A I c.
tTrron onTistiintlv on hand a large stock ot Pure
Copper Distilled Whisky, of various ages, from
the most celebrated makes in Kentucky, which
he offers for sale in bond or tax paid, in lots to
I Via tmAn
All goods from this house warranted to bo
Important to Skippers of Coda
THE UNDKIISIUNED HAVE DETER
mined to reduco the Storage and Commij
sion on all Cotton consigned to them on wagons
or Uaiiroaa, to
Two Dollars per Bale,
AVobegto say to our friends, that we cannot
handle their produco far nothing, and do it
honestly; but will cuar.intce to them FAIH
mako nales for them at tho HIGHEST market
pnoe. and mil enargetnem a xair commission
for so doing.
By using every exertion to make it to tho In
terest ot our patrons, wo soiicuiaeir patronage.
THOS. PARKES Jt CO,
McCREA k CO.
Novemb 11, W& novlSlm
Nashvilir ana Northwastefn
K, Pl 1 lit K, SA 15 . ,
- .'riw'" -a.
riN- AND jVFIER- .KOVliMBKR-22,. J868.1
j l'assenjer drains win rnn as icaowa:
" '- ... ret-
leafo KMhriUo atLi; i-i.'A0d i,
Amn at union Citr at-.
- Arrive at .Hickman at..... ..r.....-6:
uonnceuns ac union uuy wnn jqb .jioouo ana
Ohio Kniiroad. ana at Hickman min me mcq
ibis and St. Iioau factcet Bteamers tor . Je-,
tsmsias. ejairo. jeicaco. hi. ionis ana
ail.tne principal points intne w est ana aortn
ieire Nashrille at.
ArriTe at McKeniie at-.-.
1 ' Memphis at...
Union City at-..
" Hickm&n at..
...12:40 x. u
fr.25 Ji. v:
t.PA . w
Conneetlnib at Humboldt and
Trains for Grenada. CnatOH
TlcKsbHrs, 3fexr tJrleaHB and intermedi
Memphis passtnjardoesnotma on Sanday.
Passengers will, notlf o that- this is the short
route to MemDhit. New Orleans. Cairo. St.
iiouu ana me nonnwesc
Ticket s sold and Basrcaeo ctieclced
wroagu so cus. lmporiaHi poiau.
, - . ' . AST
Fare as lovr aa any route.
TieVats for sal's at' the Citr Trunsfer Offley
Maxwell hnlldinir. Chsreh street, and at the
ixasuYiiie ana unatianpora uepoi.
A. u. ii ua via,
no s w irW w n p .
W T. Tl A TJT.W '
General Ticket Agent.. . - Tnov22tf ,
Nashville and Chattanooga5
E A I LE O A.' I).
Glin.xio of Time.
O PASSENGER TRAINS WILL LEAVE
Kiasnviiis aaity, ailoiiows: 1
Day Train .......... -........6:iB A. SI.
Klglit Train... ., .6:30 JP.M.
Making direct connection, at Chattanooga with
the Western and Atlantis Railroad for Atlanta,
Macon, Columbus, West Point. Augusta. Sa
vannah and Albany, Georgia'; Eufaula. Mont
gomery and Mobile. Alabama r Charleston and
ColumbisvSouth Carolina ; Wilmington, Char-
joue ana naioign, ncrtn uaroiina, ana inter
At Savannah passensera havo choice of water
or ran route to nonaa.
PASSENGERS. .PpB -
KuoxTllIo. Bristol, XyachbHrsr, Pc-
tersunrir, lUCDtnond, "NorfolU,.
HTIVIIUIISnHIB .VI tT- uaiii.
more, VhllndeJpbla and New York,
will make direct connections by 'taking iho 6:30
p. u, irain out 01 xtasnvuie.
TUIS IS THE SHORT BOBTE
to 'Vashinglon City, Baltimore, Philadelphia
ana xieiv lore
FARE AS LOW AS ANY OTHER ROUTE.
Baggage Checked Through.
Palace Sleeping Cars on all Night Trains.
Leaves Nashville -341) P. M-
Arrivcs at Wartraeo....... 7:90 P. M.
Lcives 3Vartmce-- -B:00 A. M.
Amve3 at iNasbville lu.00 A. Al.
Pd,tlino.AP-ni- AfXf innvtlli. nnr) r..f.afif
Winchester and Alabama or Jasper, Rranch
nauroaas win taKe tho iiay Train out or Nash
ville. Ji W. THOMAS.
. W. L. DANLEY, Superintendent.
H-T. Agent. novl7 tf
A Safe Investment !
ADDITION TO OUR'STOCK OP
II.IRDWARE & COTJLERY
( FOR .THE WHOLESALE TRADE;
wo have secured tho Agency for
iMacNEALE & URBAN 'S
Burglar and Fire-Proof Safes,
WITH COMBINATION LOCKS.
which woscll atthis Manufacturers' Prices. with. 1
Ireight added. A large stook on hand, and can
,. , . ., .., I
Also - we manufacture BREAST Sc CO.'S I
Eoyal Tyriai and daTinineIntSj
too cheapest.' best and most popular ink in tho
market. Consumer; of ink can be supplied at
VT. C. COLLIER'S.
McCLEAN & CO.'S,
and it is sold to the Trade by Wholesalo Houses
CRAIGHEAD, BREAST &1G1BS0N,
nov!92m Bl 45 Public Nqnnro.
To Planters and Shippers of Cotton.
WE ARE NOW PREPARED IN OUR
large and commodious Brick Warehouses
on Clark and Church streets, to store, ship and
sell all cotton entrusted to n, at the exceeding
low rate of uxjs vuiiLia.it fr.it iialis.
No commissions charged for selling, and no ad
ditional chrige on storage lor six months. All
cotton insured unless otherwise instructed. We
are prepared te make liberal advances on cot-
Boston, Phlladtlphia, Baltimore, Cincinnati I
auu n ew urieans. at regular nana rates oi in- i
terefit. And trithont mnv phiirM nf r.nmTnftBtnn I
for irlnnpinr. I
We respectfully rolicit a liberal share of your I
novaj it xiKitwn. I
At,tfintion. dottoTi Shinnfirs !
' " I
BAILEY, OBDWAY & CO.
U JsorfiuiT Uu t . i iru U.M xiibitt I
friends and the Dnblie generally, that it hey
are prepared and
Will Handle Cotton a low an Any
ucsponaiuie uouso in tne uiiy.
BAGGING, ROPE AND TIES,
Of every description, as low ns tbo lowest
Cash advanced on Cotton consigned to their-
friends in Cincinnati, New Orleans, New York
Having a Comnres.1 in fall nneratian. can save
fhippers 20 per cent, on all freights to New
lorit or linjton. noTis ir.
r. H. FRENCH. E. R. EICHAHDSOX
FBENOH, ANDERSON & CO.,
t'OMMISSTOX JlinitCXIATrrS. I
74 .South Market Street,
Nashville, - - Tennessee.
Exclusive nrents of Mcrars. AYinn Ttcmnn.
Lessees of tho Tennesseo Ponitentiary, for the
salo of their Agricultural Implements, Castings
ana leaar it are. sepiusm.
T WILL PROCEED TO SELL. TO THE
X. highest bidder for Cash, on Snlnrdy,
12th Ileceuibcr, IHOS, 10 o'cloek, at o
49 Market street, the late business house of
James Doyle, deceased, the following articles
bolonging to said Doyle:
1 Large Scale,
1 Kre-proof Safe,
1 Writing Desk.
1 Center Table.
2 Small Stoves,
1 Rocking Chair,
1 Bedstead and Bed Clothing,
Carpet and Matting.
Alao, various small articles belonging to the
Iato firm of Doyle A Co.
MICHAEL VAUGHN, Adm'r.
decitd of James Doyle, dee'd.
rruiE UNDERSIGNED TAKES PLEASURE
JL in informing tho public of Edgefield that
they have re-opened tbo abovo old establish
ment, rccontly occupied by C. ALTMEVER,
where will be found constantly nn hand. Fresh
Bread every evening, nhich will be delivered
it residences on leaving orders at the Bakery
Cakes of all kinds. Candies of every descrip
tion, and everything usually kept in a
FANCY FAMILY GROCERY.
Orders for Woddings and Parties promptly
filled Goods delirerod to all parts of thotonn
frto of charge. GEO- HAZLEWOOD & SON.
Corner of Woodland and Barrow sts.
JAMES WHELESS & CO.,
Cotton and Tobbacco Factors
go anil C8 Nontb College Street,
WILL GIVE SPECIAL ATTENTION! 0
all business entrusted to their care.
.Oil IrSS i Scvail
. 1 t
ii.' iCommission MercliantH,
NO. 4B :VBRST RKCOJJD KTRRKTi ,
i -;ri,; t -
Liboral.adrancea made oa coniOnmontj"
BUCijAAN & co;,
y . . . i. ' - k
. Fine.:Bourbon & Rye Whiskies
I i .
And Proprietor! of the Celebrated' Brand of
; tt'SXAll BOIBB6S;,'
So S'ausd. 13 PabUo IaBdlBfi:,
sipl tf crifCINaATT. -
If os. 17 and 19 West Columbia St.,
TISIIXLKBS OP COtOailE SPIRITS, AI-
eonol and Uompstio iilqaors. , ueaiers in
isonmon ana ilye Wnlssues. rropnetors oi mo
- celebrated brand of Orange Valley wnissey.
RICHAI$1 B. WRIGHT,
Dealer in all kinds of.
Cedar I'oata, . ""Fcacins,
Dressed lumber, Floorinar,
rnvlltlon tiad " . "WeatBerboordlatr,
WHITE FINE libOBS.
Sash soidat.LouUvillePrice List.
Noi 231 Cedar street, and Corner Broad an
R H. G-ROOMES & CO!,
XXD DBALXSS 1ST
METALLIC BURIAL CASES.
OFFICE No. i2 "SfrRTII CIIERRYjST.
WILL ATTEND TO ALL BONER ALS INJ
I Ha anil j:--. - a
first. fOaea TTa.mo . L 1 e.. 1 I
uyMcwt tubiuuius m uwauuiiu
irEAIlSE FOR cniuBif.
C&rrifuroa furniArirwl. Onl
will be promptly attended to.
Undertakers in the country can be furnished
withBunaLCascs at the loircst wholesale prices.
Particular attention paid to Disinterments,
Removing and Shipping of Bodies-
A- & W. R ANNIE,
- BliOAD STfiEET,
"TTSTHOLESALK BAKERS. AND CONFEC
V 1 , tioners. Manufacturers of all kinds of
Candies, Crackers, etc., ete., bee; to call the at
tention of the Citr And flenntrr MArcnnnt, tn
.their large and well assorted stock of
Candies and Confectioneries,
all of which have been made of the. best mate
rial by competentworkmen.
Also, just received fresh Layer Raisins. Figs,
Knllnf. b-ln.1a t ...... T . 1).T n.l 1
Krnifs. PrMiwrM. -lAli;a nt.,t,M
I, Also, a large and splendid assortment of
I FKENCH AND GERMAN TOYS and Fancy
Articles; carefully selected of the newest pat-
. Country Merchants are respectful!'
are resnectfullr requested
A. i fir. RANNIE,
to give us a call.
a nroaa street.
FRESH GROCERIES I
No. 6 North College Street,
(Successor to Weakley A Yarbrongh.)
IS JUST IN RECEIPT OF A FRESH STOCK
of Groceries and Liauors. consisting in Dart
2i hhds New Orleans Brown Sugar.
10 " ; CTarified Sugar.
10 Demerara Surar.
lW bsgs choice Rio Coffee,
jg jiuu oirup.
2? Crushed Snrar.
25 v . Powdered Snear.
.?9 Uf-hhhi Mackerel, asserted,
" -.. star uanojes.
- iwj " march.
25 boxes Soda. 1 lb. papers,
SO dozen Broomx.
199 ". . Fainted Buckets.
iVJ eaaaies assorted 'leas.
ou - Kumlord's Yeast Powders.
10 bhls Blaekinir.
25 cases RichArdian'n Ml.h.
150 boxes Pickles.
1'W.OiX) Citrars. iunrti.,l l.Mn,i.
700 bbls Magnolia Flour.
iuu iiiacjc tiicK f Jour.
SO boxes Cheese.
Wrapping Paper, Fepper Banco.
All of which will besoUeheapforCisn only.
,In store asmall lot of Mess Mackerel, as fine
as ever orougnt to tuts market.
B. L. WEAKLEY,
novl2 tf No 6 North College street.
Baker, Confeotioner and Candy Manufacturer.
NO. 24 NORTH MARKET STREET,
HAS JUST RECEIVED A LARGE As
sortment of Fruits, Nuts, etc, including
Raisins, Citrons. Figs, Currants, Dates, Prunes,
together with a large supply of French Confec
tionery. Also, just opened a large stock of Toys, Fire
Works and Faney" Goods, suitable for holiday
He would call the attention of the country
trade to his large anssortment of Candies, Con
fcotions, eta-, all of which will be offeredat the
very lowest prices. nov21 2m
Commercial Insurance Co,,
Office, 39 North College St.,
ESTABLISHED IN 1854.
Capital - &1007OOQ.
Takes Fire, River and Marine Risks at Fair
K. C. McNAIRY, Prea't
V.. I. IIICUN, Ncc'y.
R. C. MoNiibv, JiMKs Woods, Jro. Kibkuin
-M. Burns. C. E.H(LI.uan, Jno-U-Kwht,
W. 11. KVANS, L.lI-LlNIEB, Hcuh M'Crka
(1. W. UUKNIKQl!!, S. N. MaCCT,
THE FIRST-CLASS RESIDENCE. NO. 21
North Vine street, now occupied by Dr.
Wharton, is for rent next year. It is in good
order, having been recently well repaired.
For terms apply at premises. fnov22 tf.
FINE BLOODED STOOK
AUCTION SALE. SATURDAX, DECEM
ber 12, 1863, on tho Publie Square. Nash
ville. Tenn. This stock consists of Fillies and
Geldings, nearly all of which are purely bred,
and in Ceo condition. Pedigrees given when
required. Sale positive, if weather permitj.
B. F. COOKRILL.
N - W. Tatiob, Auctioneer. decO 6t
JFO It 'THE -BCAlflS,
It is an elesani Dressing fovxtia Hsir.
It oansoa the Hair to Curl ieaulifally.
It keeps the Scalp Clean anil Healthy.
ilt ihTitorales be Roots of theBar! u. "
T. InJI-.T 1 iTT.I- TT.tIT
ItkcstiiHalriroaCaaadlorfiomAs'.lj t n"'. a . . ..,.,.!
It restores Qrer Hair to its Origlaal Cot6r.'l
It Is composed entirely of simple and purclj
' , T.esetabla snbstaneos.
-It hs recaiTed, oyer ix thonsand.Tolnntarj
tesBmonlals' bf iu ezoellenc'e,- .many -of whio'i
" i "kfe'from phyjicians in high standing
It is sold in half pound bottles (the came blown
in the classj by Druggiats and Sealers hi Jfanc;
Scsia everywhere, ,at Doe .Collar per Bottle;
. sale by Demas,Bames!t Co., JVC. Wells
4 Co.. Schleffelln Sc Co.3ewyeriLT
MT, OLIVET CEMETER'2 -1
' ' FOR SALE BY
A. IffE&SON &. CO.,,
J. O HL Yi,
t - 4 -
No. 15 North Cherry St.,
XT AS JUST RECEIVED AN ELEGANT
J 1 lino Ot 11KNTLK1 KN'S IIRKSSIJUdllS
which ho will make nn to order, in tho lilrit
and most Buithed style, at the lowest possible' I
He is also In reivMnfcnf n T-nriptv nf VrenS I
uoous tor prainary wear, and oners to gentle
mwi iu vwiuwi suiui mo lucb yattexna ana
most durable material. Call and inspect his
gooas at mo. u jMortnunerry street;
b. a. msBor. w, i. Bisnor.- e. ii. Bisnor.
II, M. BISHOP &C0.,
So. 3tf Main Street,
ailey, mm & CO.
COTTON & TOBACCO FACTORS,
W holcsalc Grocers,
NOS. 0, S, 12, 11, 10, BROAD ST-
NASHVILLE, TEEJf ESS EE,
N RETURNING THANKS TO OUR PA
trons for.theverr liberal Datronace bestowed
upon U3 during the past, we resDectfullv solicit
a continuance of the same for the' present sea-
sob. Having secured, in addition to the exten
sive houses in which our business has heretofore
been conducted, the commodious warehouses
adjoining, and formerly occupied by Htratton,
uaeney e lioyi wo natter ourselves tnat our
Storing1, Humllinff&nfl Selling Cotton,
equal to any establishment in the city. The
art will be under tho immediate control I
and supervision of It. C. oiiDlVAT, J.
JTl. UAKSKI nnil lapr. H. J. CHENEY.
una latter lormeriy ot the lirm ot Htratton,
Cheney & Roy.) who will see to the faithful and
prompt execution of all orders relative to the
sale ot cotton.
Wo will keen constant! v on hand a lunrn und
complete stocic oi
BAGG1HQ. BOrE AM IRON-TIES,
of every description, which we will sell at the
very lowest market price. . .
Our Grocerr Dennrtnipiit U tn hn hni1
of D. H. BAILEZ and JOHN WILLIAMS. We
have a very large and well selected
Stoolc of Groceries,
and in constant receipt of additions, which wo
are offering to our friends and the general trade
at terms as low ana reasonable as any house la
Col. Sladlson Ktrntton will retain his of
fice in our counting-room, andwiJl be pleased to
meet ana deal with his numerous old friends.
iep2etf BAItET. OKIIWATCO,
trSilON BANK NOTES.
"N ACCORDANCE WITH AN ACT OP THE
. Legislature of Tennessee, passed December
12th, 18(56, entitled an act "To expedite the dis
tribution of the effects of Ranks, which have or
M.UWMVU W. .Uv BI.MH W. . U1U4 Ji.TU V, 1
may make assignments among their creditors," I
notice is hereby given to the holders of the aotes
JUII OF 1TIKM9E! to fila tnem
with the undersigned, at the Bank in Nashville,
between now and the 1st day of Jannirr. aiirh-
teen hundred and sixty-nine, (1869.) and receive
certificates therefor, or they will be forever
barred from any participation in tho assets of
the Bank. The certificates will be received at
MR in payment lor debts due tea Hani, wheth
er tendered before or after the 1st of Janu
ary. 1869. JOS. W. ALLEN, Trustee.
Deo. 20. lSfifl. Zl-fim
RociljriflEe Alnm Sprinffs Water,
mniS INVALUABLE MINERAL WATER.
L recently bottled, lean now be had at the
weu-jtnotrn nouse oi
DKMOVILLE Sc CO..
comer of Church' and Cherry streets.. Nashville.
Tennessee, who has keen appointed Agent for
the city of Nashville, and will keep a constant
supply on band, tresu lrom tne springs, to meet
As a remedial nrent. in manr denrared con
ditions of the system, and in some of the worst
caronio ailments, it stands unrivaled, and this
after at least fortv teaks' experience of its
virtues, in an
DIsenscs,lH Bronchitis, Chronic
Dyspepsia, Kidney Disease and files.
its cures have been many and very marked. The
same is true of FEMALE COMPLAINTS, as is
known to many hundreds who bavoexprienced
its healing qualities. See pamphlets on the
counter ot tbo above nouso for certificates, an
alysis and letters of many eminent physicians.
NasbvlUo KeferenccsL Dr. Thomas L.
Maddin, Hugh Douglas, Esq., Maj. Campbell
lirown, v. u. loveijq.
JHcrnpnlfi References. Col. D. K. Mc-
llea. Edmonds & Pettigrew, gam'l Mosby, Mer
cer Utey, Capt. J. M. Pettigreir, P. Cousins.
St. Ioni9 iteferonccs. Dr. .T. J. Clarke.'
Judge Wm. F. Ferguson, John RIood, l3. 8,
Carter, Dr. II. D. Pallen. J. T. Svrarengen.
Daniel Glasgow, Dr. Barrett, Gen. T. L. Price.
JAMES A. FKAZIKIt, I'rop'r.
WM.1I. SALE, Traveling Agent
W. G. Sc lit. ar. Brlcu, Jrl
Altorneja and Counsellors at Law,
NO, 70 NOBTII CHERRY STREET
NOT HAVING IN COURSE OF ERECTION
a Tailoring Establishment, (and no prospect
of any,) and having no goods to dispose of at a
small advance on cost 1 To gentlemen furnish
ing these goods I would say, that I will fix them
up In tho best style and at prices to suit these
Not having the means to procure foreign talent,
and being vain enough to believe (Jut (having
cut most successfully lor Air-Sam Jritcnitt for
over ton years.) I havo native talent of my own,
and will devote my best energies to suit all who
may favor mo with their patronage.
Iiy-the-bv, I have secured the services of a
professional Renovator of clothes, (tho best in
the country.) and can guarantee satisfaction in
that line. DAN. J. SCANLAN,
Si College st. (Sam Pritchitt's old stand.)
oct tf Up stairs.
Hooper Harris & Co.,
General Commission Merchants,
3GK BROAD WAT, SEW TORE.
CASH ADVANCES' MADE ON CONSIGN
ments, by our Agent, Mr. R. F. Nelan,
S3 South Market street, Nashville. Tenn.
Refer to J. C. Crory Cashier First National
Dank, and to Merchants of Nashville generally.
ii; WARREN & CO,
IMPORTERS. AHD JOBBERS
VAXpifJB QOSBS. FICKSVBes,
itrp NO.' 53 3LV3' STREET, ' ! '"
! " ' . 3;-:R'
" t". tl f r - r
mi LlsIN ERTG O O D S
FALL' AN JD W1NTEH TItADJL
eON8ISHNOF;0'e TRIMMED 'AHD"TJH
i trimmed Bats and Bonnet. Plumes, Flow-
on. tfeatners and Ornaments, bilk .and Velvet
utDOHs; veirets, urapes, Maliaes; veil item.
oee. MalisM. .VeUNeo.
'Silk Jksne. Frosted musioM,,BoaatlTiie.
S97V Knenesete etc., jost
:seplS3si M 0.21 Union streat.
liercliants, Take Notice ,t
CLAPP & CO.,
DUANjE street sew
T ESPECTFTTLLT BB&--LBAYE TOTOP
Jl loem tne merchants or, w men ester, xenn.
. i . -1 . .1 a 1 1 t j--
Di-ygooda er Notions with 6 per cent, on C
u.u. xneyreier to um. j. Matter, Jsmtor
noma journal, iney wm do aoie to- rurnua
you goods cheaper this they can bs purchased
by any other parties, as they are continually In
tne auction rooms.
C. Clisiox CLAPr, Chjis. B. Bocss,
Of Harruonburs-. Va. Of Winehester. Vs.
sgpl71aw3ai . .
Unrtsvlllc.SrtHiBer County, Teas. .
first Hondajj ;iaSef4eakr' J 'Ttlmrj,
T- M. PATTERSON, PresidenU
Mes. IDA. PATTERSON. Principal Music and
Assistant Literary Department.
Mas. ELIZA BARKSDALE. Assistant Literal
B. M; POTTS, President Board Trusteej.
J. I". ANDttEWS. Seo'v " "
IF. I II E
UJFOB SALE LOWi
A'TUARlJCATLE. OENNETT'Jfc CO.'S, Nos'.:
1. 76 and TS South Market street.
. Iron, Castings. Axles, Nuts. Bolts, ete. Also
Scrap re$ovored from our Store, burned oat.
acs lm wm. vtun co.
DR. DIXON II AS RETURNED TO THE
rftv. nnrl i nrpnnrMl Invftit aiuin tl vltfi.
ing his services, at prices to suit tao times. All
Dental operations warranted.
Uffice Mo. 22, Cherry street, next to Maxwell
House. nov l-2m
IrJcCREA & GO
UlTQir McCUKA A. CO.,
fiction aii. TotacGO ;Eaciors,
JfrodUCe G5 CommiSSIOIl MerohantSi
. . '
so south market;
36 SOUTH COLLEGE: STREETS,
iep9 6m '
WITHOUT A. JSIYAX.Z
'I'll V Ttl Yiy T3 T?TWXI?
J- Ki xiinili JL' UblUJUAIe
An TUnstratcd Weeldr Taper.
Devoted to the Farm, the Garden, and the
IS rUBLISBID XVKRT THUIBDAT XT
Columbia and Nashville, Tenn.
TERMS-tt A TEAR, IN ADVANCE.
Tni Dixix Faauig is the only Weekly Agricul
tural paper in Tennessee, or in the entire South,
M . " " -I '
and is eauai to the best. Address,
COOPER, HAILE & CO.,
.rOB TBK SALS OP
COTTOX, DRIED FRUITS, PEANIJTS
AND PRODUCE OEXERALLY,
NO. 4S VINE STREET. CINCINNATI, OHIO'
Liberal advances made npon consignments.
Bagging and Hope.
WE HAVE ON HAND A LARGE STOCK
T I Of
! Ropo and Bagging, at low prices.
Ivy. Pv. Baffcrinp.
J. H. Ragging--...-Heavy
THOS. PARKES 4 CO..
Commission Merchants. Nashville. Tenn.
GET THE BEST.
T WOULD RESPEf!TI?irr.T.VTNl?rmM THE
i. Public that I m still tyinnnfaAtnvinj. -n1.
Keep always on nana.
Jhe Best Qaality of Mattresses,
such as Hair, Spring, Shuck, Moss. Cotton, Cot
ton and Shuck.
Also, Feather Reds, Comforts and everything
in the Redding line, whioh will hi sold at tha
All persons wishing Mattresses, eto., will find
it to their interest to give me a call before pur
Old Mattresses neatly renovated.
E. H. MILLER.
&ovl72m No North Cellege street.
FOR THE JIOLIDAYS.
GREAT DISTRIBUTION BY THE ME
XKOPOUTAS lilrT COMPANY
Cash gifts to the amount Of $250,000. Every
Ticket Draws a 1'rlxe.
6 Cash Gifts, each ... $10,000
10 " " 5.000
20 " " 1,000
50 " " 600
200 " " . 100
300 ' ' ,,,, 0
60 Elegant RofewoeT'prano7TeMh$3(M 8750
75 " " Melodeons. " 75 to 150
350 Sewing Machines, each 60 to 175
600 Fine Uold Watches " 75 to 300
Cash .Prises, Silverware, etc,, valued at 11,000,000
A chance to draw any of tho above prizes for
2So. Tickets describing prizes are sealed in en
velopes and well mixed. On the receipt of 25o
a scaled ticket is drawn without choice, to sent
by mail to any address. Tbe prixe named upon
it will be delivered to the tickot holder on pay
ment of one dollar. Prises are immediately
sent to any addross by express or return mail.
You will know what your nriie is before you
pay for it. Any prize exchanged for another of
.tnosame vaiue. no Jiangs, uur patrons can
depend on fair dealing.
RzrxaKNCES. Wo select the following from'
many who have lately drawn valuable prises
and kindly permitted us to publish them: S. T.
Wilkins, Buffalo. $5,000; Miss Annie Monroe,
Chicago, Piano, $650; John D. Moore. Louis
ville, 31.000; Miss Emma Walworth, Milwaukee,
Piano. $500; Kev. E A. Day. New Orleans. $500.
We publish no names without permission.
OriNioxs or th Pbijs. "The firm is relia
ble and deserve their success." Weeilv Tri
bune, Aug. 8. "We know them to be afairdeal
ing firm." If.' Y. Herald. Aff.2S. "A friend
of ours drew a $500 prize, which wu promptly
received." Daily Ncvt.Sep.S.
Send, for circular.. Liberal inducements to
Agents. Satisfaction guaranteed. Every pack
age of sealed envelopes contain one cash gift.
Six tickets for $1; 13fori2;35fori5rll0forSlS.
All letters should be addreased'to
HARPER, WILSON 4 CO..
dec51m 173 Broadway, N.Y.
BOOK AND JOB
til nji iM kvjBcr?y itrvi -- '
. Ji-iT .ViC. .
jpxwelLHotise &.Fost Office.
" 1'V I H."
' BEING PREPARED UrmTTHE
LATEST STYLES OF JOB UTE
NEW AND IMPROYED
:' ' 1 '
"' jewspapiir; :
BOOK AHD J0B: PRESSES !
HUN BY STEAM,
WE CAJT EXECUTE ON TnE SHORTEST
Notice and TEItY LOWEST tcrmsin
tlio very neatest style of tho art, all kinds an
; In 'any Stylo or Color.
'If IT 4
In fact, every thing in the Printing; Line. Far
tieular attention given".to all kinds of
lejil Blanks, .
lawyers' Briefs, "
letter ITeads, ' '
'. Railroad Eccelpts,
. , Bills or lading,
. Sklpplsg TagSj .
i.i Handbills, - -
- Special attention given to printing:
Posters and Show Bills
, K ... I
Foiwbicb, we have tbe best facilities in the
12, A.IliRO AB
Alto, we are prepared to execute
t . ' . .
h .- -.
. . --i tirw
Rtiliig aid Book BMm
Of Every Description.
In tbe best and most suUtantial manner, at
greatly reduced prices.
All Work Warranted.
All Orders seat brHall will receive
J. O. GRIFFITH & CO.,
Cor.CbarcB nod Cherry Street,
7 .rtSfi3 It
- r-: -
G; r;e a t'JR e.m (
fill's Cearm- Bittur.
TESTIMOlfr prIEDICXL JktEX. .3
.BUmer Point.lv-flite Co, Art. Kay "
X wa in Louisville, purchasing drugs- and
Bltte aarsgpsnua ana rauroir -
My son-in-law, who was with, ma lalhe "
store: hil heen riavm rttit trirr -rtiniinuii.M ",a
for sotao time, cooiacnced on thOjblUcrs, ia(i .
soon found his general ncalttr ImprVred.6 5 7
Jr. Ots V who- haa been, la- uijlicajli. tflu)
tnem. and he also Improved.
Dr,CoIee.wfcc-has txW.rn-tiit 'iemltk'li A
several vears sroifiim md.tnm:irvL. -.
tan. a deed taa Cettron, Bitters, ha ivaa
isdwciui uua uit especially 01 yonriVo
droiiBlt: trsand Sarsaparilla. BMp'ncAvU'
Mcaiphh earaofRickett Neely, ,
uidM Ife- tMu .
Ball's- Worn 'Destroyer.
' : .j ys
ONITEli STATES AHD
I have TCCCiTerl TnanTtmtlmnnl'jli fr-nm TirfU
fessional and medical men. &a rav ilrauui
,n.l v,Hnti. nnl.il .1 . -u .1, .
"yhleh are. genuine. The following letUr
from a nigmy etlueatca andpopuIar-piiTsiciaa.
in Georgia, is certainly one of the most scnsl-
Clement knows exactly what he speaks of and
his testimony deserves to be written .In -words
of gold. Hear what tne Doctor ay ot Bull's
.11 iui i'utwxxk:
Vallamow.Walsm COCIfTT, Gx)
Juno 29,1868. i
.JjR- JntTK T5TTT.T TVr9ir. T him MmnM,
given your "Worm Destroyer" several trial,
and find it wonderfully emcacioua. It has not
failed in a singlo instance to have the wished
for eiTCct, A am doing a pretty large coon
try nraetiM. anil h.arn ilflilv n.A fnr mme
tlcle or the kind. I am free to confess that
know of no remedv recommended bv th
ablest authors that is so certain and speedy
lnnsenects, untne contrary mey are on.
certain in tba extreme. II v obieet
you Is to find, out upon wnat terms I can gei
nnon wnat terms 1 can nk
tne medicine directly from you, 11 1 can i
.It Irnm too. It 1 rjin erei
it upon easy terms, 1 snail use a great deaf of
it. I am aware that tha use of anch article
la pontrary to the teachings and practice of
s great majority of the KiaCLaa line of
H.,I).'t, butt see no lust cause "or good sense
in diicarjing a remedy which wo know to bo
effluent, sun ply beeaose we may be ignorant
lauon. for my part. I shall make
mlcto use all and any means to alleviate
humanity which I may be able to
d not hesitating because tome ono
ons tnan myscu may nave learn
i first, and secured the sole right
ed Its effects flr&t, and secured
to secure that knowledge. IIoi
to secure that knowledge. However, 1 am by
so means an advocate or sunnorter of the
thousands worthless nostrums that fioodUie
eountry, that purport to enre all mannerol
disease to which human flesh Is heir. Ilease
reply soon, and inform me of your best tunaa
JULIU3P P. CLEM EXT. 41 V
miui U . ,m in ,Hcsa'
'rf t" M m f.TlPtlS'J VI ?rt
' !..! ii Vn !
A GOOD EEASON FOR THE CAI
; TAIN'S FAITH.
HEAD THE CAPTAIN'S LETTER AKD
' THE LETTFE FBOUHIB MOTHKB-
Eenton Barracks, Ho, April SO, eo.
' Dk. John Hull- Dear Sir: Knowing th
efficienev. of your Sarsaparilla, and the seal
ing, and benencial qualitiealt possesses, I send
you tnafoUowius; statement of mjcasai
I wai wounded about two vears agow.wM
taken prisoner and conlned for sixteen
months. Ueinr moved to often, my wound
have not healed yet. I have not sat up a mo
ment tinea I was wounded. I am snot througb
tbe hips, ilr general health is lmnaircd. ami
I need something to assist nature I havo
more faith la your Sarsaparilla than an
else. I wish that that was genuine. '
.expresa me half a dozen bottles, and oblige
, CarT.C-P. JOHHSON,
r.S. The following .was written April 30.
IKS, by Mrs.7lonnsoQ,;motber of Capt-Johnson.
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Da. CULb-OcarSIr: ily husband, Kr.CS.
Johnson, was a skillful surgeon and physician
In Central Hew York, where he died, leaving
the abovo CP. Johnson to my caro. At thlr
teon yean of age he bad a chronio diarrnea
and scrofula, for which I gave him your Sana
rartlla. It cusxs nix. I havo for ten yeart
recommended it to many inpew York. Ohio
and Iowa, for scrofula, fever sores, and gen
eral debility. Perfect success has attended
It. The cures effected in some cases of scro
fula and fever sores were almost miraculous,
I am very anxious for my son to again havu
recourse U your Sarsaparilla. Ho Is fearful
of getting a spurious article, hence his wri
ting to yon for iL Ills wounds wero terrible
oui i DciiRve ne wm recover.
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DE. JOHN BULL,
alannfaetareraidJVender; of tboCclebrxtJ
SMITH'S MC SYRUP 1
FOR THE CURE OF s
AG-UE AND FEVER,
AJST F Xt
The proprietor of this celebrated mctllclno
Justly claims for It a superiority over all rem
edies ever offered to the public for the safe,
curtain, speedy and permanent cure of Ague
and Fever, or Chills and fever, whctlier of
short or long standing. He refers to the en
tire Western and Soutli-wtstem country to
bear him testimony to tho truth of the asser
tion, that in no case whatever will it fail to
cure, if the directions are strictly followed
and carried out. In a great many cases a sla
glodoee has been sufficient-for a cure, and
wholo families have been cured by single bot
tle, with a perfect restoration ot general
health. It is, however, prudent, and its every
case more certain to cure, if its use Is contin
ed In smaller doses for a week or two after
the disease has been checked, more especially
In difficult an4 Jong standing cases. Usually
this medicine will not require any aid to keen
tho bowels In good order; should the patient
however, require ae&thartlo medicine after
having taken thrao or four doses of thaTonl
asiagle dpsa of Bcii'i Vegetable ramllV
Pills will bo sufficient.
DS. JOHX .BOLUS Principal OffUe
No. to JMfta, Cms street,
All of th. i&rre restdi! tar sal by
Berry, DcoTilIe & Cd.,
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