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NASHVILLE UNION' AND AMERICAN, SATU.RDAX DECEMBER 19, 1868.
UNION AND AMERICANS
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THE SHOW AT FREDERICKSBURG.
Miss Liura C. Itedden (whose tumdc
plume is Howard Glyndon) is now making
arrangements to publish a new Tolame of
poktus. We can do do better service to
our readers than to print one of her former
poems upon which the lady's reputation as
a poetess is so justly based. MUa JRedden
is deaf and dumb, though she can articu
late some words indistinctly. She is well
educated, accomplished and beautiful, un
derstands French and Italian, and by the
products of her pen seeks to return to
Italy to increaeo her knowledge of art and
Drift orer the slopes of the sunshine land,
O wonderful, wonderful snow ! .
Oh, pure as the breast of a virgin saintl ,
Drift tenderly, soft, and slow.
Over the slopes of the sunnso land, '
And into the haunted dells
Of the forests of pine, whore the sobbing winds
Are tuning their memory bell)
Into tie forests of sighing pines.
And over those yellow slopes
That seem bnt the work of the cleaving plow.
Rnt Mtr ia mm linnn !
Tbey are made indeed, and straightly made,
Notshapen with loving care;
But the souls let out an J broken blades
May never bo counted here 1
Fall over those lonely hero graves
0 delicate drooping snow 1
Like the blessing of God's unfaltering love.
On the warrier heads below ;
Like the tender eigh of a mother's soul.
As she waiteth and watcheth for one
Whonever came back from the sunrise land,
When th j terrible war was done.
And here, where lieth the high of heart,
DriiU white as the bridal veil
That will never be worn by the droonnggirl
Who sitteth afar, to pale.
Fall, fait as the tears of the suffering wif .
Who stretcheth despairing hand)
Out to the blood-rich battle-fields
That crimson the eastern sands.
THE GREAT BASIS.
The Dead Sea of Itano Remarkable
Body at Water.
There arc many things in thcGrent
Basin, or along its rim, which ex
cite the interest of travelers. A cor
respondent asks us to tell him
"whether Mono Lako is actualty the
'dead sea' it iB represented to be. I
am told that its bitter waters are
fatal to all living things. If 3'ou
can, you will please say something
about that singular body of water."
Y(e gather from the "Report on the
Mineral Resources of the States and
Territories west of the Eocky Moun
tains," that Mono Lake lios "ten
miles southwest of the dividing lino
between California and Nevada, and
is about fourteen miles" long and
nine wide. It lias never been sound
ed, but a trial said to have been
made with a line of three hundred
To Onr Friends and Patrons.
The generous interest of our friends in
extending the circulation of IhcUnioar
AKD Ameeican is Buch as 16 call for thi
-warmest possible expression of our; thanks.
We feel that the best return, we can make
is, to pledge increased exertions fa make pie
paper worthy, not only, of the patronage of
present list, but of a place in every
counting-room, professional office and fire
side in the State. Thi?, we are striving to
do. The more readers we have the better
paper we can make and the more good we
can accomplish. We want to double the
circulation of the Union and American.
If every one who now receives it will
send us one more name, the list
will be, doubled at once
Can not yon, friend, send ua one more
. . . , . 1 1 a
name 7 Speak to tnat neignDpr wno aon i
take it, and to that young man who
!aBavillo and northwestern.'
feet failed to reach bottom. -By , needa Boohing Democratic to
chemical analysis a gallon of the , , T . .
fall, trxr ttsrainl
water, weighing eight pounds, wai that near,y evcry one 0f
lounu io contain i,-w giouis wiu,, ,nld send ns one
UUt I't -rwJ
solid matter, consisting principally
of chloride of sodium, carbonate of
soda, sulphate of soda, borax and
silica. These substances render the
water so acrid and nauseating that it
is unfit for drinkine or even bathing.
Leather immersed in it is soon de-
more name, if he would only try. It
would be a small item to each one, but the
aggregate would be of great importance to
us. One more ; will yoif try ?
from now till January 1, 1870, for FOUR
nn niof In-tliawator fnr mnm Xjliil. Si X
than a short time. The only thing fam now till January, 18.0, for TWO
able to live within or uoon the wa- DOLLAHS, in clubs of five subscribers or
sttovedby its corrosive properties .TT . na.
auuiiu milium, uub eveu a aiou
Connecting at Humboldt and Memphis with
Trains for Ureuodn, Cnuton, Jacrcson,
Vlcksmirc jtevr uricans ana luternroai
Memphis passenger docsnotrun on Sunday.
Paisencers will notice that this' la tho short
route to Memphis, New Orleans, Cairo, fat.
LbuU and the Northwest.
.Tickets sold and Bapgrace cliecfced
rtbronu to all Important poluts.
Fare aa low ns any route.
Ti-V.t. fnr t. the Citr Transfer Office.
Maxwell Iluilding. Church street, and .at the
Nashville and Chattanooga JJjjjTjjo
uen. Agent a. & a. iv. xt. xw.
W. L.DANLEY. r
General Ticket Agent. tnovs tf
Fall tn thy virgin tenderness,
O delicate snow I nd cover
Tha graves of our heroes, sanctified.
Husband, and son, and lover.
Drift tenderly over those yellow slopes.
And mellow our deep distress.
And nut ns in mind of the thriven soul;,
And their mantles of righteousness.
THK NEW TROUBLES IN EUKOI'E.
The Cretan question and the Span
ish question have acquired new in
terest. The serious attitude of the
Turkish government, in reference to
the conduct of Greece in sustaining
the Cretan rebellion, has beenshown,
not only by the ultimatum issued a
short time ago, which terminated
on the 12th insL, but by the order
to tho Turkish Ambassador to leave
Athens. Though the demands of
Turkey are backed up by France
and England, Greece has thus far
refused to comply. There is no ev
idence that Greece has any direct
promises of support from Russia.
Both Russia and Austria would,
doubtless, be more than willing to
forward any complications that gave
promise of bringing about the dis
solution of the Turkish Empire.
Both of them look forward to great
gains on their own account, in such
an event But there is no reason,
' says the New York Times, to believe
that Russia would bo willing to pre
cipitate war at this time to accom
plish her ends. The Greek govern
ment may permit itself to drift into
a war with Turke', conscious that
it is impossible to lose much, and
hoping that something may turn up
to bring about, not only the annex
ation of the island of Crete, but the
enlargement of the boundaries of
the Greek kingdom on the main land.
The deep sympathy of the Greek
people with the Cretan struggle is
shown, not merely by the large
amount of supplies and munitions
of war they have furnished to the
revolutionary Cretans, but by the
large number of volunteers that
have gone over to the island, during
the last two years, to take part in its
liberation from the power of the
Turk. All Christendom, in fact,
must sympathize with the Christian
struggle against Moslem authority,
which has been so heroically sus
tained under the most adverse cir- (
cumstances ; and though that sym
pathy has been most forcibly ex-'
pressed in Prussia and the United
States, yet the revolutionists are
conscious of a general support j
throughout Europe that would make
itseir felt to their advantage in case
an opportunity were offered. It is
in view of all these circumstances
that Greece lias taken her stand
against the menaces of the Turks.
In Spain, the demonstrations of
tlip "Rpnuhlicang are threatening the
tcrs of this lake is a species of fly,
which serines from lame bred in its
bosom, after an ephemerablifc dies,
and, collecting on the surface, is
drifted to the shore, where the re
mains collect in vast quantities, and
arc fed upon T)V the ducks or gath
ered by the Indians, with whom they
are a staple article of food. Nest
ling under the eastern water shed of
the Sierra, Mono .Lake receives sev
eral considerable tributaries; and,
although destitute of any outlet,
such isthe aridityjof the atmosphere
that it is always kept at nearly a uni
formlevelbythe process of evapora
tion. So dense and sluggish is the
water rendered through supersatu
ration with various salts and other
foreign matters, that only the strong
est winds raise a ripple on its sur
face. As the Sierra in this neighbor
hood reaches nearly its greatest alti
tude, the scenery about Mono is va
ried and maiestic. some oaf ts of it
being at the same time marked by a
most cheerless and desolate aspect.
The bitter and fatal waters of this
lake render it literally a dead sea,
and its surroundings wild, gloomy
and foreboding are suggestive of
sterility and death. The decompos
ing action of the water is shown by
its effect upon the bodies of a com
pany of Indians, twenty or thirty in
immber.who. while seeking to es
cape from their white pursuers, took
refuge in tho lake, where they were
shot by their enemies, wno ion
them in the water. In the course
of a few weeks not a vestige of their
bodies was to be seen, even the
bones having been decomposed by
this powerful solvent. Mineral cu
riosities abound in the -neighbor
hood of Mono Lake, among which
are numberless depositions in tho
shape of tiny pine tree. Austin Re
veille, Nov. 14.
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ON AND AFTER NOVEMBER 22, 1S68.
Passenger Trains will run as fallows :
DAT PASSENUEH. '
Leave Nashville at .......
:Arrive at Union City at
active at aicamaa at
...... WsO x. 11.
.5:00 r. if.
6:15 r. v.
Connecting at Union City with the Motile and
Ohio Railroad, and at Hickman with the Mem-
nu and St. louli racket Hteamers lor .
nmbsi. Cairo, vblcaco. til. Ixnls and
all the principal -coints in the West and North
Leave Nashville at..
Arrive at McEenxie at....
Union City at
" Hickman at
. 3:10 r. M
.10:30 r. it.
,12:45 a. M.
.- 6:2.1 a. U
1:20 x il
.Nashville and Chattanooga
K AI L it O .A. JL.
Cliawjf o or Time.
PASSENGER TRAINS WILL LEAVE
0:30 P. M.
L Nashville daily, as follows:
C. W. EOWLAjm. CHA3. nii.itiso.
. ' , t ' ' - f -EOWLA-ISTD
NO. .40 WEST SECOND STREET. jt
43-Liberal advances made on eonsifMawtj.
REEVES' AMBROSIA J J. WARREN & 08.
FOE THE HAIK
ClUS V. BUCHAJTAS. tlMTXTTI LAB0MAUX.
BUCHANAN & CO.,
WBOLXSltX PEALSLS I
Fine Bourbon & Rye Whiskies
And Proprietors of the Celebrated Brand of
13 Fabllo lAUOABKi
It is an eleeant Drossln for the Hair.
It caui es the Hair to. Curl beantifolly.
It keeps the Scalp Clean and Healthy.
It Invigorates the Roots of the Hair.
It forces the Hair and Beard to stow luxuriantly.
It Immediately stops Hair Failles Out.
It keeps tho n&irfrom Ohancinz Color fromAja
It restores Grey Hair to its Oritinal Color
It brings ont Hair on heads that have been
It is compoaod entirely' of simple and purely
It has .received over six thousand voluntary
testimonials of its excellence, many of whio'i
are' from physicians in high standing.
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS
CANXKD GOODS, FICB1XS,
Sauces, Fish, 'German Produce, etc.,
f " NO. 53 MAIN STREET,
sepS U "
DR. JOHN BULL'S
Bull's Ceirrn Bitt&rs.
f roa thk
Itls sold in half pound bottles (the name blow j J?AIaL AND WINTER TRADL.
Son O BWil
In. the glass.) by Druggiits and Dealeis in Fane?
Qtzia everywhere, at One Dollar per Bottle;
sale by Demos Barnes & Co-, F. C. Wells
3c Co- Schleffelin & Co.. New York.
CONSISTING 6P TTLIlillED AND UN
trimmed Hats and BonneU. Plumes. Jlow
Feathers and Ornaments, Silk and Velvet
Kibbons. Velvets. Crapes. Malines. veil . wets.
r-Mu..p:.!,. VA T11ni(iRtt. Bonnet iVlie.
Ho. 21 Union street.
RAMTi. M. MTJRPHY & 00
JTos. 17 and 19 "West Columbia St., .
STSTILLERS OP COLOGNE SPIBITSjAL
cohol and Domestic IiWnow. JJffJf"
ibon and Eve Whiskies. ProPTi0?"?!4119
celebrated brand of Orange Valley n iuaw.
KICITAKW B. WRIGHT,
Dealer in all kinds cf
W. C. COLLIER,
Wholesale nnl Uclftlt.Owlf"-
AKNOI.DN WKITINU FLUID,
COPYIJiCl INK. KIT.
also. nxrosoaT roa tu
American Bible Society,
AKD AQIXT FOR TBI
IBEfBaTEKIAN COMSHTItlK H'
Done in tho neatest and lateit stylos at shott
NO. sO OiYAOM a-Ar.aa,
Between College and Cheny sUeeU.
existeuce of the Provisional uov- Tv.(-r-1f I
eminent. Their most formidable A. Sate lnVeSlIIieilL !
rN ADDITION TO 0UU STOCK OF
attempt lias been at Cadiz, where
tlinv lmvpfnrriod Oil hostilities for
a week past, but we also hear of an J
expected rising iu Barcelona, prepa- jjRDWAKE V CUTLERY
rations for revolt in Arragon, anu
great agitation and alann through
out the whole country. There never
was a Liberal movement in any part
of the world commenced more
finely and hopeful than that against
the Spanish Bourbons thre'e months
ago. liui laueny vnero miu
:.liiin. r,f l,n.1 mnn-iiroment and ireieht added. A largo stock on hand, ana can
II.UIWUU..., o I cinT.lv nv r
FOR THE WHOLESALE TRADE.
wo have secured the Agency ur
MacNEALE & URBAN
Burglar and Fire-Proof Safes,
WITH COMBINATION LOCKS.
. 1 11 -.4V.. VI r, 11 ! 1 T 11 T-P r H I IILW, n l.u
treigbt aaaea. n.
supply any siie and Cnisn
Also-wo manufacture BREAST A CO.'S
The following gentlemen are authorized
and requested to act as Agents for Uit
TJkion and American, and to receive and
receipt for subacrijitionaand advertisements
for the same:
B. Q. Manard, Bristol.
S. N. Fain, Mossy Creek.
C. Austin, Austin's Mills.
Will. McCamphell, Knoxville.
Patten & Payne, Chattanooga.
H. Liggett, Kingston.
James B. Seed, Athens.
Hugh L. Fry, 8weet water.
Capt. W. D. Haynes, Blountville.
Mareh Ingel, Union Depot.
Col. Dungan, Jonesboro.
Col. Wm. Stringfield, KogersTillc.
Ogilvie & Hazlewood, College drove.
John W. Faxon, Clarksville.
M. V. B. Ingram, Springfield.
K. F. Ferguson, Peacher'a Mill.
W. B Saddler, Forl'a Station.
J.B. Wright, Gallatin.
J. II. Brockett, Lafayette.
A. A. Swope. Carthage.
Dr. S. C. Bridgwater, Dixon's Springs.
W. Ci. Cox. Gainaboro.
P.Turney and J.A. Fancher, Sparta.
T. Whaley, amitnviue.
B. Kirkpatrick, Butler's Landing.
Williamson & Martin,! jbanon
E. R. Pennebaker, J
A. O. IL P. Sehorn, Murfreesboro.
W. H. McFerrin, Woodbury.
Howard W. Newman, Winchester.
H. L. Walling, McMinnville.
O. H. P. Harris, Livingston.
E. F. Hunt, Tullahoma.
D. P. Rathbone, Mancheoter.
KG. Curlle, Bradyville.
Wm. Barton, Beadyville.
John Laws, Farmington.
A. A. Steele, Lewiaburg.
McCord and Ogilvie, Unionville.
G. P. Baskette, and M. B. Moorman &
Geo. W. Morgan, Fayetteville.
Dr. J. B. Mathews, Edgefield.
Simpson & Cleland, Brentwood.
T. J. Watson, S. B. Roiell, Fwnklin.
J. B. Stephenson, Spring Hill.
Banks & Drake, Thorn psonN Station.
D. Shelton, Columbia.
M. L. Stockard, and J. S.Grimth, Mt
A. H. Higdon, Lynnville.
Wm. Harris, Corneraville.
W. J. Ridge-way, Elkton.
J. K Oiborue, Pulaski.
F. O. Tignor, "
E. W. Holt, Bunker Hill.
H. Denton, Cookeville.
Matthews & Davenport, Lawrenceburg.
Maj. Brashear, Linden.
W. L. Morris, Waynesboro.
A. G. McDongal, Savannah.
Col. L. McCullum, Centerville.
W. W. Hobbs.Waverly.
Thoa. C. Morris, Charlotte.
G. B. Hughes, Clifton.
John Larkins, Johnsonville.
A. J. Shemwell, Dover.
J. M. Vester, Ashland City.
E. W. Yates, Mulberry.
B. H. Barry & Co., Lynchburg.
Thos. Comer, McMinnville.
Dr. A. M. nail, Petersburg.
W. R. Loving, Richmond.
I. M. Johnson, Cageville.
Wm. Laudrum, Dresden.
Louis M. Williams, Newbern.
D. P. Shoffncr, Union City.
Cab. Shnll, Purdy.
A. S. Currey, Trenton.
W. I. Westbrook, Brownsville.
Mai. John H. Bills, Bolivar.
TJ V. navitt. Paris.
Scales & Seward, Humboldt.
J. F. Davis, Hickman, Ky.
John L. Webb, Dyersburg.
W. C Vail, Chestnut Bluff.
Capt. W. Wheeler, Ripley.
W. J. Pitts, Double Bridges.
John T. Douglas?, Covington.
t-v- n tt Ti,mi. A. Co.. Laneneld and
if. . . u ... .- j 1 ,
Maj. J.G. H. Bradford, Woodville,
Makini direct connection at Chattanooga with
tk. W.Q.ni nnrl Aflnnlirt RftllrftlUl fflf Atlanta.
Macon, Colnmbus. West Point, AukusU. Sa
vannah and Albany, Georgia; Eufaola, Mont
eomeryand Mobile, Alabama; Charleston and
Oolirmbia, South Carolina; Wilmington, Char
lotte and Raleigh. Xortn waroiina, ana inter
mediate points. . .
At Savannan passengers nave caoico 01 Mr
or rail route to 1 lorida.
( PASSENGERS FOR
KnoxvlIIo, Bristol, tynchbarsr, I'e
teraburs, Klcbmond, NorfolU,
WtMIilnrton City. Baltl
more, PhIIdelptiln and Mew Torit,
will mako direct connections by taking tho 6:30
r. u. Train out of Nashville.
T11IS IS THE 8IIOKT IIOTJTB
to Washington City. Baltimore, Philadelphia
and New York.
FARE AS LOW AS ANT OTHER ROUTE.
Baggage Checked Through.
Pnlnco Sleeping Cnrn on all Night Trains.
Leaves Nashville A30 P. M.
Arrives at Wartraco M.
t ....i ilMnm .i):00 A. M.
Arrives at Nashville 10.00 A.M.
t Passengers for McMinnville and Manchester,
Winchester and Alabama or Jasper Branch
Railroads will take the Day Train out of Nash
ville. J. W. TIIOJIAN,
W. L. DANLEY, Superintendent.
O. T. Agent- nov!7 tf
MT. OLIVET CEMETERY
-' 1 i
FOR SALE BY
A. NELSON sfc.CO.,
;narUYme,SamHer County, Teaa.
First lodiji ia Scftesler ui Ftbrsirj,
BOOK AND JOB
Arkansas Heard From
TESTIMONY OT 1IEDICA1. MEN-
StoneT Point. Wnlte Co, Ark, MaySB, 66
Da. Jonx Bull. D ar Sir : Last rehrnarr
I was la Louisville parcbasinz drugs, and 1
got some of your aarsaparuia anu ccarou
My son-ln-law,-who was withJna In the
storo, had been down with the rheumatism
for sotae time, commenced on the bitters, ana.
f ..Tiif hia mm.nl hpftlth 'imtimvfyi-
Dr.CTtrce.whohas been in bad health lor
Dr. lllit. -who has been In bad 1
mem, nna no aiso imprtJTcu.
several y ears stomach and UTXB effectad
ne jmpi ovea very macn oy iae use oi jvm mv
ten. ii deed the Cedron Bitters has given
dronBiti ersand Harsaparilia. Ship ma via
Memphis eareoCBickett JbMeely.
! T. M. PATTERSON. President.
Mas. IDA PATTERSON, principal Music and ni,V,AVl- nrl'flVi amw Qo''
Assistant lAierary woparuueuk, (tiUU VilDXA. Y UlAi
.r uttti n iTttron AT.TJ AMlitsntLitera-I
fl. .... m .r
B. M. POTTS. President Board Trustees..
J. HUTCHINS, Treas'r "
J.P; ANDREWS. Secy "
J. O K L Y.
white bine doors. I FASHIONABLE TAIL0E,
Sash sold atjLouisville Price List.
No. 211 Cedar street, and Corner Broad and
Uih streets. "''-"
No. 15 North Olierry St.,
RTT -G-"ROOMES & CO., TTAS JUST RECEIVED AN ELEGANT
. CI. w ww., j-0-f GENTLEMEN'S DRESS U90DS.
ASD PIALXBS IX
METALLIC BUHIAL CASES.!
which ho will make up to order, in the latest
and most finished style, at' the lowest possible
He is also in receiptor a variety of Fresh
Goods for ordinary wear, and offers to gentlt
jsen in bnsiness suits of the latest patterns and
most durable material.'. Call and inspect his
goods at No. 15 North Cherry street. .
I K. it. EISHOr. W, T. BISHOP. B. H. BISHOr. I HOUSe.
FOR SALE LOW !
AT HARDOATLE, QEHNnrk X VU.o, noa.
Scrap recovered from our btorj. burned out.
dee4 Ira WM. lYOM & CO.
i : ;
Tv B. DIXON HAS RETURNED TO THE
J city, and is prepared to wait upon all wish
ing his aerrices.at prices to suit the times. All
umce no, merry luttw um w i"i"vii i
innu. nov l-!m
BulPs Worm Destroyer.
Maxwell Rouse & Post Office.
BErKQ PREPARED WITH THE
I have received many testimonials from pro
fessional and medical men, as my almanacs)
and various publications have shown, all. oi
waieh are genuine. The following letter
from a highly educated and popular physician
In Georgia, u certainly one ot the most sensi
ble communications 1 have ever received. Dr.
Clement knows exactly what he speaks of anjl
els testimony deserves to ne written in
of gold. Hear what the Doctor says o! BOifB
VAU.AXQT, WALIXa COOfTT, GAI
Dr. Joirx Bcll Dear Sir: IhaTereeenUj
LATEST STYLES OF JOB TYPE
till 1 LOt UUUUD yi uu I failed in a single Instance to have the wished
for eneci. A am uotng a pretty
I,. TiMrt ca nun nave aaiiv n mr wnwar
ticle of the kind. I am tree to confess that I
R, M. BISB0P & CO., McCREA Sc CO.,
know of no remedy recommended by tie
ablest authors that ii so certain and speedy
in its effects. On the contrary they are-un
certain in the extreme. My object in WTtunr
J. LTJMSDEN & CO.,
KAKCrAcrrnnxaa ard nulla i
OFFICE No. 42 N0BTII CHEERY ST.
WILL ATTEND TO ALL FUNERALS IN
the eitv and ssrroundintr country, with
first-class Hearses, including a beautiful
IIEAK.SE for ciiildres.
Carriazes furnished. Orders left at the ofSae
with Burial, Cases at the lowest wholesale prices.
Particnlar attention paid to Disinterments.
I .Removing ana snipping oi iioaies.
a. & w. hawnie,
21 llKOAD STREET,
-nrTnnT.pjSAT.TC TtAlTKRS AND CONFEC-
YV tioners, Manufacturers of all kinds of
Candies, Crackers, etc., etc., beg to call me at
tention of the City and Country Merchants to
their large and well assorted stocs oi
bTEW AND IMPROVED
No. 30 Main Street,
IIUGIX STcCREA & CO.,
iCctton and. Tolacco Factors,
BAILEY, ORDWAY & CO. ;Mn08sL'Zhant8' book ahd job presses !
coTTOir& Tobacco factoes,
I 3B .SOIJTII COILEHI HTHLbis, I
BUN BY STEAM,
yon Is to find out upon what terms I can get
the medicine directly from you, II I can pet
it upon easy terms. I shall use a great deal or
f i nm nw&rn th&tthfl use of such aruclea
Is contrary to the teachings and. practice of
& great majontj ui uio
JL 11.1, DatlHaaojluttAiug R w- m
in discnrglng a remedy which we know to be
efficient, limply because we may do inuma
or Ucomblnation. Tor my part. I shall mako
it rulcto use all and any means to alleviate
suae n humanity which Ijnay be able to
command not hesitating because some one
more ingenious than myself may hare learn
ed its effect lint, and secured the sole right
to secure that know ledge. However. 1 am jy
no means an advocate or supporter of the
thousands worthless nostrums that flood the
country, that purport to cure all manneroj
disease to which human flesh is heir, rlease
repl" soon, and inrorm me or your best terms
JULIU8 P. P. CUtitfcNT, M I
CUKRIERS' TOOLS Candies and Confectioneries,
So. S. MARKET STREET. Wo. 21
To Planters and Shippers of Cotton.
WE ARE NOW PREPARKD1N OUR
largo and commodious Brick tt arehouses
on Clark and Church streets, to store, ship and
sell all cotton entrusted to i us, ft the exceeding
low rate of ONE UOLUB 1'EB i,ALV
No commlstions caargea lor selling, ana nu m
ditionalchaige on storage ior sir months. All
cotton insured unless otherwise inttructed. We
are prepared t make liberal advances on cot
ton shipped to our friends in Liverpool,, New
Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Cincinnati
and New Orleans, at regular bank rates of in
terest, and without any charge of commission
for advancing. ,
We respectluny solicit a iioerai
all of which have been made of the best mate
rial by competent workmen. . .
Also, inst received fresh Layer Raisin. Yigi,
. ii i i eiL T ..1
nuts oi an &1HU3, iitruu uomuu vuuv
x?...;t. yp,c,rvM .lAiiipfl.iivntsrs.naraines. etc.
Also, a large and splendid assortment of
FRENCH AND GERMAN TOYS and Fancy
Articles, carefully selected of the newest pat
te . .tm.Tit nf TTRH-WORKS I
Butter. Pic-nic, Soda, Sugar, Aerated and
Cream Crackers, all of which will be sold very
Country aiercnantsare respectiuiir rcuncsiou
N0S. 0. 8, 12, 11, 16, BROAD ST..
NASHVILLE, TEES ESS EE,
WITHOUT A. BIVAJ,!
laSffirap DIXIE EABMBB. W-fg
Anrfn. !. nMt wa resDectfully solicit I the very neatest style 01 theart,all Linds
An Illustrated TYceklj Paper.
to give us a call.
24 Broad street.
FRESH GROCERIES I
slve nouses m wnicn our DU8ioeMuiwjioiu. i .u n .j .,i
been conducted, tho commodious warehouses I Deroteil to the Farm, the Garden, and the
adjoining, and formerly occupied oy hi u, flonsenold.
Clieney Itoy, wo natter ourselves tuat dm
... , i . ii, n.lt..
Storing, lianunnauu jciuiiswmuuj
... tn nvA.tnkliahmfnt.in the citV. The
depart will ba under tho immediate control
and supervision of 1K. C OBBtt AT, J.
ss. t'AKSKr ami urr.n.j.uuau'i
Attention, Ootton Shippers
BAILEY, OEJJW 'AY & CO.
T ESPECTFULLY-INFORM THEIR
J.V iriends and theirabllc generally, tnat ttney
are prepared and - - '
Will JTitnUIo.CtottOD ns Lew a Any
KrwponHtuie aaouse in uu mj.
BAGGING, ROPE AND TIES,
Of every description, as Iw nu the Im west
n..v ...nnul nn Pnttnn r.nnsiraDa to their.
friends in Cincinnati, New Orleans. New York
n.j n PnmnrM, in fnl nneration. can save
fhippers 20 per cent, on all freights to New
York or Boston. novl tl.
FOB ZRE-TT. (
THE FIRST-CLAS3 RESIDENCE. N0- 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- jnovZ tl.
IV 13 W G O O I S
53 Public Square,
WE ARE "NOW RECEIVING A VRRY
largo and desirable stock of New Win.
tcr flood, full and complete in every de
partment, to which we earnestly solicit tho at-
!... i HUQirDOliOLAS i CO.
Nashville. Tenn.. DecS lm.
Qrocor and Commission Meiobantj
PEA LIS IX
I'ltODTJCE AND PEOVISIOAS,
R. L. WEAKLEY,
No. 6 North College Street,
(Successor to Weakley 4 Yarbrough.)
TS JUST IN RECEIPT OF A FRESH STOCK
; Qroccrios and Liquors, consisting in pait
2hhds New Orleans Brown Sugar.
10 " " Clarified Sugar.
10 JJemerara Dugar.
110 bsgs choice Rio Coffee.
20 bbls (iolden birup.
25 " Crushed Sugar.
25 " Powdered Sugar.
SO hlf-bbls Mackerel, assorted.
11.0 boxes Soap.
200 " SUr Candles.
100 " Starch.
100 " Cove Oysters.
100 casks Soda.
25 boxes Soda. 1 lb. papers.
CO dozen Brooms.
100 " Painted Buckels.
100 caddies assorted Teas.
25 boxes Mustard, assorted tiies.
fl " Rumiord's Yeast Powders.
10 bbls Blacking.
25 cases Richardson's Matches.
153 boxes Pickles.
KO.OvO Cigars, assorted brands
7&J bbls Magnolia Flour.
100 lllack l.ick ilour.
SO boxes Cheese.
TVrnpplnfr Vnper, Pepper Snnce,
All of which will be solJ eh cap fcr CiaH only.
In store a small lot of Mess Mackerel, as fine
I as ever brought to this market.
R. Ji. WEAKLEY,
nov!2 tf No C North College street.
(the latter lormeny oi mo urm oi ouiuhiu.
Cheney XKoy.Jwno will see to tue iaituiui s
prompt execution of all orders relative to the
sale of cotton. .... i
Wo will keep constantly on hand a large and
complete stock of
BAQG1SG. HOPE AMI IKON-TIES,
of every description, which we will sell at the
very lowest market price. .....
Our Grocery Department is in the bands
of D.H.BAILEY and JOHN WILLIAMS. We
have a very large and well selected
Stock of Groceries,
and in constant receipfctf additions, which wo
are offering to onr friends and the general trade
at terms as low and reasonable as any house ia
Col. jladlson Strut to u will retain his of
fice in onr counting-room, and will be pleased to
meet and deal with his numerous old iriends.
,ep0e tf BAILEY, OKtlWAY fc O.
UNION BANK NOTES.
TN ACCORDANCE WITH AN ACTj)F THE
A Legislature of Tennessee, passed. December
12th, 1866, entitled an act "To expedite tne dis
tribution oi tne enects oi AJanss, wuicu
may make assignments among their creditors,
notice is hereby given to the holders of the notes
of Thi Uok Bajcx; or Tissmsk to file them
with the undersigned, at the Bank in Nashville,
between now and tne 1st aayoi January, "'po
teen hundred and sixty-nine, (1869.) and receive
I certificates therefor, or they wiu be forever
Darrea xrom any paruciiwuu iu v.
the Bank. The certificates will be received at
tab, inpayment for debts due the Bank.wheth-
tendered neiore or aiter uw i uuuu-
IS rDBLISBXD XVIKT IBDESDIT AT
Columbia and NasJiville, Teim.
TERMS-83 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE.
Thi Dixii Faemx is the only Weekly Agricul
tural paper in Tennessee, or in the entire South,
j and is eaual to the best. Address,
mv9tf Columbia, Tenn.
COOPER, HA1LE & CO,,
roa thi bali or
COTTON, DRIED FRUITS, PEANUTS
AXD PRDDCCE GENERALLY,
NO. VINE STREET. CINCINNATI. OHIO.
Liberal advances made upon consignments.
GET THE BEST.
In any Style or Color.
In fact; every thing In the Printing-IJne Par
ticular attention g'ivenUo all kinds of
A GOOD REASON FOR TUB CAl
READ THE CAPTAIN'S LETTER AND
THE LETTFR FROM HIS MOTHER.
Benton Barracks, Mo., April 83, ''.
n. . QT CwtvU. II.
lVULi UU. II I.,, Ms
eOiciencv of yonr Sarsaparilla, and the Deal
ing anu neneneiai quanues it pouesscs. a huu
you the following sutementol my ease:
A was wounueu auuub iwi, is "
taken prisoner and eonaned far sixteen
months. Being moved so often, my wounds
have not healed yet. I have not sat up a mo
ment since 1 was wounded. I am shot through
tho bins. My general health is impaired, and
I need something to assist nature. I have
more faith In your Sarsaparilla than anythtnr.
else. I wish that that was genuine.
express me half a doien bottles, and obligu
. . . - .
a. u. jnm.-
JOS. W. ALLEN. Trustee.
McCLKAN .t CO.'S,
intriyue; and with these bave ap
to f lm nnrtv
of rrim and Serrano, it would be ftoyal Tyrian and Carmine inns,
vcrv painful to see the Liberal revo
lution terminate iu anarebj' and
bloodshed, instead of the Liberal
Constitutional Government which
we have been led to expect There
has been no outside interference
against Spain, and there isas j'ct no
talk of French intervention. Doubt
less Napoleon is watching every
movement with keen interest, and
doubtless he would like an oppor-
. i a . i.,1!i,1i lm triirrlif
tunny io mm up, ... ....j,... , y iVare3:Tt. all
:i..ain show himself as the arbiter i ndd, 0f building and job work uh d..itb
o ... I .ti.' in A WfirKinail lav uiauuoi- ' -
of Europe," and do something to (
regain the prestige he has last oi
. , mAet nnnnlar ink in the
market, wonsumen "
Xt. C. COLLIER'S.
C. W. SMITH'S.
and it is sold to th Trade by Wholesale Houses
CRAIGHEAD, BREAST &IGIBS0K.
o IRI ISPiibllcSqnare.
W. S DUNN AV AN T,
. . .,T,V lll'.tt
ClOJTB iSn A
Con. OF 11 OUhT. AvuCUVBKRt-lSt. IXIJ.
would r spcotfullr inrorm his VM. friend
and the .public MneryJlr ..that he has : oenrel
t m services ui r- i.
I N S D R A S 0 K.
Marine and Fn"
Under the new charter. i nowopu f." i..sii,.
AT N -41 NOrtrn COLLS 'l11 1
Next duf to r l l'nli. ntio.
jerSKtMl Vf. Utt.
.A. W. ltsm,KK,Kf riir
boat AMD BAR STORES Oldest House in the City,
jtfiabiisnea in isio.
Manilla. Cordage. Oakum, Hemp and Gnm
Packing-, Lidseed, Lard Lubricatinc Oils,
Corner Broad and Front Streets,
and in workmanlike manner-
late year. But probably iorcsec
ingtliis, botli Prussia and Austria
have .declaim! that Spain shall have
the opportunity of constituting her
self according to the will of her own
people, without foreign interference ;
and this is a warning which must be
regarded at this lime, even by Na
poleon. When Greece and Turkey are
fi.r.vitpninr each 6ther with a war
which brings apprehension upon all
Europe, it would be madness for
Napoleon to interfere with Spain, in
view of the attitude of the other
John M. mil.
C. A. K. Tnonipsou.
Daniel K. Carter,
H. 1). Cheathaiu,
0. W. Hondersnott,
Wauou M. Cus.
N. K. tlrittin.
John W. Terras.
A. U. Adaici.
Baker, Confectioner and Candy Manufacturer.
NO. 2t NORTH MARKET STKEET,
HAS JUST RECEIVED A LARGE As
sortment of Fruits, Nuts, etc., ineludine
Raisins, Citrons, Figs. Currants, Dates-, Prunes,
together with a large supply of French Conrec-
UAUo' just opened a large stock of Toys, Fire
Works and Fancy Oocds, suitable for holiday
1.1 ...I thn nltantlnn th annntrV
rT.INT. BYRNE. I ....l. t.:. lnn.n onunrtmfnl nf Cl&ndiea. Con-
Corner Broad and Front Streets,'! foctioni. etc.. all of which will be offered at the
XT n . V. : 1 1 n Tflnr. I . . - . fnnvTt 9m
i.wuiiue, i very lowest pricus. . . iuui-
50,000 BURLAP SACKS.
HAVINO THE AGENCY OF THE EM
plre Bog Manufactory of New ork. X
f hall keep a large supply ot the best quality ot
KAIN SAtJivN, andam able to rurnith tho
TRADE at very reduced rate. Gram dealers
will please give me a can.
GRAPE VINES !
5(),000H&S?pTffi2 Commercial Insurance Co.,
tym tnecountrj-.am.uKw.- e,
Concord and Ives' aeeaungs, vjjicc, w i" .vuHcyu..,
being now more generally planted than any NASHVILLE, TENN.
Rocttriilp Alum Sprinp Water,:
THIS INVALUABLE MINERAL WATER,
recently bottled, can now be bad at the
well-known house oi
DKMOVILLE Sc CO.,
corner of Church and Chorrystreots., Nashville,
Tennessee, who has been appointed Agent for
the city of Nashville, and will keep a constant
supply on hand, fresh from the Springs, to meet
all demands. . , ,
a. . ..mAiii.l nfTint in TTinnv denraved con
ditions of the system, and in some of the worst
cbronio ailments, it stanus unnvaieu. anu u.
after at least roRTT tears' experience of its
v-rtues. In all
DIaeases,lB Bronchitis, Cbronio
Dyepepsln, Kidney Dlsenso and t, lles
its cures have been many and very marked. The
same is true of FEMALE COMPLAINTS, as tj
known to many nundreus wno nave experiuncou
its healing qualities. Bee pamphlets on the
counter of the above house iorcertincaw, an
alysis and letters of many eminent physicians.-
Naebville References. Dr. Thomas L.
Maddin. Hugh Douglas, Esq., Maj. Campbell
Brown, D. C. Love Lsq.
MemplilH Kererencee. Col. D. K. Mo
Rca. Edmonds A Pettigrew, Sam'l Mosby. Mer
cer Otey, Capt. J. M. Pettigrew. P. Cousins.
St. I.nnis Ttererenccs. Dr. J. J- Clarke.
Judge Wm. F. Ferguson. John Blood, D. 8,
Carter. Dr. M. . Fallen. J. T. Swarengen.
Daniel Glaagow. Dr.Uarrett, Gen. T. L. Price,
Andrew Christy. ,
JAMES A. FKAZIKK, Prop'r.
WM. H. SALE. Traveling Agent
' LAW FIRM.
W. G. Sa 2M. M. Brlon, Jr
Altorneja and Counsellors at Law,
sn ra JVOKTII CHEKRT STREET
T WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE
L Public that I am still manufacturing, and
keep always on hand.
The Eest Quality of Mattresses,
such as Hair, Sprint, Shuck. Moss. Cotton. Cot-
Also, Feather Beds, comiortsana everytuing,
iu the Bedding line, which will be sold at the.
Lowest Rates. j
All persons wishing Mattresses, eto.. will find,
it to their interest to give me a call before pur
Old Mattresses neatly renovated. ,
E. il. MILLER.
nov!7.2m No North College street.
Bills of Lading,
Special attention given to printing
Forlwhicb, we have the best facilities in the
"lrE HAVE JUST RECEIVED AND ARE
W constantly in receiptor a large and fine
assortment ot all kinds at Gentlemen's. Boys .
Ladies'. Misses' and Children s
BootH, Mtoc, Balmorals, Galterx, Etc.
Gents'. Boys' and Children's Fur. Cassimero and
ue ' Wool HATri. CAPS, etc.
Whips. Thongs. Hosiery. ioyt, uimc......
llruhei!. Thompsonian Medicines and
B- R. CUTTER A G LEAVES,
c Ti..a.l nnrl r!nllppA Streets.
jhm Nhville.Tenn. 1
STANDARD COAL OIL.
tlfE ARE PREPARED TO SUPPLY THE '
VV trade with any amount ot our EX1UA .
linAMof Coal Oil.
"THE LaBELLE." (
Wo .narantee the LaBolle and the Tennes
see Oil iKcalnlnsr Co.' brands to be above
the State requirements, vis :
1 reo peobees FinE rr.sr.
Joeepn W. Allen.
A. I ABBOT,
NO. 6 WEST FRONT STREET
Foreign Wines and Liquors,
fauwdJfiSMt ESTABLISHED IN 1854.
soon il tney want to ob buiiuicu .h
Vines, not grown n-erg.fl PAYNE.
Postofflce, Nashville, enn.
The Southern Mattress Factory,
NO. 72 S. CIir.UKT STHEfcT.
E KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND SU-
Cotton Top nna Wool nttrcseR
Capital - $100,000.
Takes Fire, River and Marine Risks at Fair
K. C. McNAIHY, Fren't
K. . IIICKH,Sec'y.
NOT HAVING IN COURSE OF ERECTION
a Tailoring Establishment, (and no prospect
01 anyj anu otrat uiijv. . --
mall advance on cost!
1 , V. n. n i.fi(llll T Vntltll
up in the best style and at prices to suit these
nam times. . ... ,
HOtnavingtno means tu iiiwuiuiuicti
FOE THE JEOLIDAYS.
-IPE1T niSTRTRITTrnN RY thk HE-
j -1-KOP01.17AN mrr toMi-ANT-
Cash niKs to mo amount ot su.vw. mwj
M.b.t llmws a PrlXA.
SFuh nifti. eaeh ilO.OOd
S Posters and Show BiUs
200 - 100
60 Elegant Rosewood Pianos, each $300 to $750
75 " " Melodeocs. " 75 to 150
350 Sewing Maehiac3. each 9 !
rjvi floM Wotphn. 75 to 300
Cash Prises, Silverware, etc, valued at II. 000.000
A chance to draw any of the above prises for
25c. Tickets describing prises aro sealed in en
velopes and well mixed. On the receipt of 25c
. ao.lflri fi(.1ratii drawn wlthont choice, to sent
kv mail to nnv address. The Driie named upon
it will be delivered to the ticket holder on pay
ment of one dollar. Prises are immediately
sent to any address by express or return mall-
v.. will lrnnw whtt vnnr Tiricf, Ifl beforfl TOU
pay for it. Any prlte exchanged for another of
too same vaiue. no .Diana, uur pauuu,
depend on fair dealing. ... . ,
Kkvxbijicis. w e select tne toiiowtng trum
many who have lately drawn valuable prises
and kindly permitted us to publish them: S- C.
Wilkins. Buailo, $5,000; Miss Annie Monroe,
nkiz-.m Pinnn. ft&Or Jnhn T). Mnore. Louis
ville, 81.000; Miss Kmma Walworth.Milwaukee.
Piano. 5S00; ner, is A. Aiay, new vrieaiu, juw.
u'. i.h ..a mam, wiinnn r nnrmimnn.
na.NTABa n. Txtrn Pbtra. Tba firm is relln-
vi. .nfl i1m,. fhnir u(fliMa." Weekly Tri
bune. Aug. 8. " W e Know tnem to oe a lair aeai-
ingnrm.' N.Y. Herald. Auf.2S. "A Iriena
of ours drew a $500 prise, which was promptly
i 1 ,, T " . C
send tor circular, iiioerai lnaucomenu u
Agents. Satisfaction guaranteed. Every pack-
ageol scaled envelopes cobbui uudcmu".
six ticaets ior i; u iorx oa iark; xiu iur
AH letters should be addressed to
dec's lm 173 Broadway. N.Y.
The Official Paper of Congress:
OK THK TUIBO SE33IOX FOKTIITH COXQKI33.
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report of the debates in both branches ot
Congress; also the news or tne ai
P.S. The following was written April JO.
US, by Mrs.tJoTinion,!mother or Capt-Joha.
iii bill-Dear Sir: Mr husband. JT. C 8.
Johnson, was a skillful surgeon ami nbysiclaa
In uentrai new tori, wucra uo iuw,iiuiib
the above U. P. Johnson to my care. At thir
teen years of ago he had a chronic dlarrnea
and scrorula. for which I cave bin yonr Sarsa-
raiola. ircuaxn nix. a nave tur tan j"
recommended it to many inpiew York. Ohio
and Iowa, for scrofula, fever sores, and gen
eral debility. Perfect success has attended
It. Tho cures effected in some cases, ot kw
fula and fever sores were almost miraculous.
I am very anxious ior my sou to uua w"
recourse to your Sarsapirilla. lie is fearful
or getting a spnrions article, hence his wri
ting to you for it. Ills wounds were terrible
but I believe he wul recover.
JESN IK JOHNSON
Also, we are prepared to execute
Mil and Book Binding
DR. JOHN BULL,
MannfactnrciSwdJVender: of thelCelebra4
FOR THE CURE OP
AGUE AND FEVER,
nrietorof this celebrated medlclna
Justly claims for It a superiority over au res-
I."".' which will be furnished to order at M. Bosks Heon il'Catl
tliM InwtMtt iinCW. ..... ' 11 ."-.... U XT l,nte
t) Ai a la
AND HAVANA CIOARH,
PITER HEIDSICK CHaMPAOXE,
Win. Yonnirer Co.'uEdlnburjr Ale,
Wo also trim Church pews, and do all kinds
If inconvenient to visit our Factory, call aU
Ycatman, Shields & Co.'s. or T. W. Barnes'
Auction llouses, uouege Bireoi, a i'
SHUCKS delivered atour Fac.orj
nov24 2m 172 bouth Cheny et.
O. W. Cunnisqhau,
r. n. vbksou.
X. R. BICHABDS0K.
Tennessee Press Association.
il riven from a bouso in '
Cliarlolte, Monroe countjr, New Yorkyby . rrice,i5t at the gffi'SSfnliV
a little girl of nine years, who put on her gree ou.,1 n Cmcinnatu ,W
absent father's boots and imitated bi3 g",-,.1 WALKBRi WALktlt.
A MEETING OF TIIK TENNESSEE PRESS.
J AssoCiATiiiv is hereby called, at Nashville,
onthel'conl Jlonday o""'V16
at tho office of the UNION AND AMERICAN,
ri ,o tir i nunn holiness of importance.
Kcxra constantly on hand a large stock ot Pure i a full attendance irequosted.
t'oDD7r Distilled fWhisky. of various ages, from ,uu TIIOMAS B0YERS. Pres'L
the most celebrated makes in Kentucky, wnicn HCSTKR MCHOLSOK, oec y.
''?S?,5&L'le b f UI V m 1 P. S."Tbe newspaper, of 1
.nit the trade. v . . ! -?-r0 "L X Zgoing notice.
All goods irom tuu auu ( nu. - -
genuine. sep3 U I dccl6tf
FRENCH, ANDERSON & CO.,
7-i Sonlli Market Street,
Nasliville. - - Tennessee.
.r.A Iminir vain enough to believe that (having Tho Congressional Globe and Appendix eon-
cut most successfully lor Mi". Sam Pritchittfor tain a report ofall the debates of the session.
over ten years.) A navonativo taieukuiiujunu, revised oy tne ipwuoni .
and will dsvote my best energies tosciT all who I iresident of the United Mates, the reports oi
may favor me with Jieir patronage. . 1 the heads of the Executive Departments, the
nrofewional ReDOTator of clothes, (.the beat in dttXeS to all- They we printed on new typo
1 . . i ...... i;1r.,l An in I . i . ...hhI. Fn, IhanllrnMR. ,n
(h.rnnmrT. &uu can rumhod ,anonivmu i inrnuriiuuu uiauD uifivMu. . .. ...... ,
. . . . , . M I H.UT.IV 1 . . t I U . ...h .h..t nnnt, nil
a UOUOie juau iucc, cm.u ui.vl.
Kiclu-ivo agents of Messrs. Warp 4 Bbioos,
Lessees of the Tenne?see Penitentiary, for '.the
tale or their Agricultural Implements, Castings
and Cedar Ware. seplO 3m.
k.ilin. DAN. J. KUANLAK.
54 college St. laaiu j ritcuut a uiu Btdiiu.i
oct4 tr Dp stairs
Hooper Harris & Co.,
General Cpmmissloii Mercliants,
304 BROAD WAT, NEW TOKH.
CASH ADVANCES MADE ON C0NSIGN
ments. by our Agent, Mr. K. V. Nevlna,
88 South Market street, Nashville. Tenn.
Refer to J. C. Crory, Cashier first national
Bank, and to Merchants or Nashville generally.
teen royal quarto pages, making about 3,uw
paes for this session.
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free through the mails or the United States,
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X.k J. RIVES 4 GEO. A. BAILEY.
"Washington, Dec. I.'18fi3. - -
Of Every Description.
In the best and most substantial manner, at
greatly reduced prices.
All Work Warranted.
All Ordcri aent by-Moll vrlll receUe
J. O. G-RIPFITH'& CO.,
Cor. cirareh H,Cerry Strtcto,
iionvar offered to the nubllo for the safe.
certain, speedy and permanent cure of Ague
and Jrever, or iatua un . dici( .un.n v
ahort or long standing. He refers to the en
tire Western and South-western country to
.mm him tAAtlmnnT to the trath of thn naacr.
tion, that in no case whatever will it fall to
cure. If the directions aro strictly followed
and camea trow iuixihuu; maui
trie dose has been sufficient, for a enra, and
Ue. with a perfect restoration ot general
bealth. Itls, however, prudent, and in every
case more certain to cure, if its use is eontin-
ed in smaller aoaea tor a weejb wr ivu axter
the disease has been checked, more especijUy
In dlScnlt and long standing cases. Usually
this medicine) will not require any aid to xaep
the bowels In good order; should the paUent
however, requlro aealhartle medicine, after
navtagtaxenwreoor tcvxao&ea or uo xoiue.
a tussle dcaa ot BtrtVs Vegetabls TamilT
pais will be sntlelent,
DR. JOHH BOXISTrinclpal Offlce:
So. 4S TWh, Crees Stresj.
n down stairs. i uec-.-im