NASHVILLE tJNlON AND AMERICAN, WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 23'. 186S.
p- - iv r
I J. O. GBCTTITH as CO.
tH"&?iS'm-'yec-1r1?. .Weekly $
J CoNOKEsa has adjourned to th
5th of January -
The Louisville Courier-Journal
within tho inner circles of tho con--
fidcntial Radical rinc: predict that.
Horaco If aynard, of Tennessee, willl
bo Grant's Secretary of the Navy.!
The Now York Tribune, with an
effrontery that has scarcely a par-
alle; iifCmcricah jotfrnaliarS,- dt
Slares thai" tbS Ku-Klux continue
their work" in Arkansas zealously,
and that " peaceablo people are flee
ing from their homes." It is by
such impudent misrepresentation!
that, the. prejudices? off Northern
plo are kept alivo.
How folly may run mad was
proved -.by Theodore Tillon in a
public lecture in Now York a few
days ago. Ho is reported to have
said that ho " would have the jails
tfionibrary, uhjSchurehj organjUhe
ina&uctof, anoiho possibilities of
manhood." Such a prison would
bo more of a homo to man' than a
place of punishment. Thero is no
doubt that the jails in tins country
noed roforming, but not to the ex
tent Tilton would go.
Before' and during the war it
was asserted by tho Republicans
that a Stato could not withdraw
from the Union. Jt was to estab
lish, this principle that tho war was
fought. Tho principle having been
established by tho gauge of battle,
theRjidicalsifound it convenientiq
treat tue Southern States as out of
tho Union. They have readmitted
several of these States, among them
Georgia, and, now 'theysaro seeking
by congressional action to turn that
Stato out again. This is a peculiar
trait of the Radicals. , w
One of tho last disclosures pub
lished is with regard to alleged
ODerations in Aheostoflicc Dc
under contract to carry the mails
from tho Pacific Railroad terminus
on this side to the terminus on the
other side has obtained twice or
three times'ovcr in money what the
service is worth ; that is to say, one
million seven hundred thousand
contract amounted to only three
hundred and fifty thousand dollars.
No doubt jthisattcr sumnvould
have been atuflleicrit remuneration
for the service; but the parties
bidding played into each other's
hands, arid the Postmaster General,
it seems, suffered himself to be
humbugged or'ihflu'enccITbj' them.
Senatoh Wilson, of Massachu
setts, in a speech at Boston during
the late presidential canvass, boast
edthat'New England "had twenty
six Senators in Congress. Twelve
of theso como from the six New
England States and fourteen .from
the dependencies Tn" the South and
West. It is through these men,
with New England ideas and in
stincts, that that section, .amere
patchupon the map of the United
States, is enabled to rule not
only the South, but tho rest of the
country. . The sjx .New -England
States cast in the presidential elec
tion only fill, 502 votes, while Now
York alone cast SI 9,751 . Yet New
York, with a voting population of
:i00,000 -mo'rc than all New Eng
land, is powerless in the councils of
the 'nation! ' The States of New
YorkPennsylvania, Ohio, Illinois,
Indiana, and Michigan cast over
3,000,000 votes, '2,500,000 more than
tho Now' England States, yet they
have only the same number of Sen
ators that the Now England States
are entitled to. This explains tho
influence of Now England.
HRGFKSSIOX A5I PKACTIOE.
TheRadicals havo made a great
flourish of trumpets over tho reso
lution adopted by Congress last
week declaring ' that all forms and
degress of repudiation of national
indebtedness, aro odious to the
American people, and that under no
oircumstanccRswill their represent
atives consent to offer the public
creditor,:!'; full compensation a less
amount of money than that which
tho governmcnt contracted to pay."
Jt will be noticed that this resolu
tion is couched in the htudiously
ambiguous phraseology f tlio Chi
cago platform. What kind of mon
ey wasfhat "which the government
contracted te pay?" Oh! gold,
say the Radical organs in the East
ern States. No! greenbacks,
sings the whole West in one
chorus, in which Ben. Butler and
several other prominent Radicals
in the East join. But what bignifios
thjsa-oeolutiou of Oongfess; That
bodv in 1SG1, adopted a resolution
dddarimr that the war was not
a on with anv intention of
...holishinc slaveryor de'priving the
Southern States of any of their
.i,.fnr. ,tho preservation of
ilwmWnvTth all the dignity.
equality, and rights of the several
Si les unimpaired." It is a matter of
history hovrshamolossly Congress
' fWp.rnvdcd their solemn picuyi-
-flonirrcss will be as ready to vi
thadatteWt was to SJft JK0
.'fAffier.' EvTn- on theory when
"this resolution was adopted in the
-! Vn Senate. could not
lie incetl to sayThaHhc publi
AXeTMMK BEPAKTKEST. j
The SenSIo Commtocon Indian
Affairs havo considered tho Houso
bill transferring tho Indian Bureau
from tho Interior to tho "War De
partments ipPhoy.-ljayd ;4rydedito
report against tho transfer, and in
ltsstd unaalmously recommended
tho f chairman to prepare a bill
erecUngtnt bureau into i&eparalo
department, vita. tho same, iiinc
tiqrisa the pther departments of tho
governments .and' they , assign as
.their- areasoniS ;for' ' addntintr this
C0ttrs6Hho'1suggesti6iis and Fecom-
jineridatio contained in, tho report
Phiia . Indian tfty0. . vprnrmssian
uoifciho 'relations of -the covorn-
m'oht'wilh'tho Indfans cdn'tintiO to
'be mistriapaged as,thoy have been.
it, will, take something more , than a
department Jto sofcthem right r- -lad
government? lias- bepn fighting
thorn at a, heavy oxponso for some
tun'6r'an3 id jv;ery little purpose., It:
maketoeatics.-with tho. tribes and
then icbrJnives at rascally agenti
whr .violiite ' them"; anl congrea
siohal committees and .military' offi
cers. Torm ''rings' as the slang of
thoday,goes,.to got up, huge sound
,ing' contracts to coerce tho " untu-
ktorod Indians" into submission.
This is about' the gist of tho trouble
on tho plains.
The red-man in his wild way, is a
slight obstruction also to Yankco
Pacific" railroad avarico, and in tho
place of . dealing honestly with that
fast-decavinc people in tho
U A. A
(performance of Bimplo stipula
tions, a department is suggested
jto rod-tapo and circumvoluto a lot
of swindling jobs. Tho. next thing
,wovyill hear of will bo a Mormon
IDepartmont, and Brighain Young
and somo.New J3nglandCongress
(man.as chairman of a committee or
Secretary .of Mormon Affairs, wil
jhave two or three million each on
i j I Jt T i T
pnyaio account in uie xanK oi jng
)and, extorted from the tax-payers
Some one suggests that, instead of
fighting Black Kettle and other
chiefs at the rato we now aro, it
would be cheaper to feed them, and
indeed board them at tho St. Nicho
las Hotel, New York and we think
that a better plan than a new do
partment. It -would certainly cost
Tho Atlanta JVcw Era wasth
first paper in Georgia, if not in th
South, to advocate tho nomination
and election of Gen. Grant to the
Presidenc', and that paper did good
service for Grant daring the late
canvass. Its editor, Dr. Samue
Bard, has recently been on a visit
to Washington, and of courso hi
position enabled him to havo as free
an interview with Gen. Grant as
anv man. not a trusted advisor
could have, and to learn his view
as far as such a person could. Dr.
Bard has returned to Atlanta, and
in his paper of tho 20lh inst. pub
lishes the following paragraph :
" It is our opinion, and wo Lopo it
may proTe true, that the Georgia inmK
did will bo postponed by Congress till af
ter the 4th day of March, wiien uen
Grant will bo President. Thore aro
many strong reasons to our mind why
postponement should be raaae.'
Tho same day that this appeared
fn tho JVcw Era, tho Washington
correspondent of tho Cincinnati
Gazette telegraphed to that paper
that " Gen. Grant freely expresses
himself as opposed to the Edmund'i
bill, or any other bill rcmandin
Georgia to a provisional govern
inent." As this measure is a test
of Radicalism, we take it that
Grant docs not go with that faction
of the nartv that elected him. Dr
- i .
Bard had evidently possessed him
self of this information while in
Washington, as tho course of his
paper indicates. The country wil
hail with pleasure this indication
tliat.Gcn. Grant refuses to go with
the Radicals in thoir mad work of
CAHPET-BAOGEUS AFfEB SPOILS.
The Radical quarrel in luoriua
is bringing to light somo fucts
which show that the carpet-bag
gers are seeking spoils, and tho
means to which they resort to se
ft J it t 4 1.
cure tncm. uov. m-eu, m
earnest request of leading colored
men," it is stated, addressed a pub
lic meeting at Jacksonville, Fla., in
his own defense, on tho 14th insL
In this speech Gov. Reed made the
following developments :
" The Legislature had authorized the
ISSUe 01 DOnus 10 me niuuum, ui
000, and they wero anxious to control
theso bonds. Gleason went to Wash
ington and arranged tho following pro-
gramme wiui a jianj mut. .j
was to take all tho bonds at 70 cents or
rather thoy were to bo pledged to him in
advance at that price; then ho was to
buy up Stato scrip at 50 or CO cents, or
as low as he cculd get it and pay for the
bonds in this scrip. In this way ha would
actually gct the bonds at about 30 cents
on the dollar, making an immense profit
out of tho transaction, ana uieason pro
posed to mo that tho bonds shonld be
disposed of in this way and that tho
proCts should bo divided between us. I
refused to sanction such a robbery upon
llie people, and to 1 must be removed in
order to enable Gleasuu to get the bonds
under his own control, to dispose of fwr
the profit of the ring. And how hnd 1
Offended Senator Osborn? I had re
fused to make appointments at his dic
tation and so allow him to control the
State, regardless of my own judgment;
but, vorae than this, 1 had blocked one
of 'hia schemes for plunder. Senator
0born proposed to mo that wo should
obtain from tho Unitsd States govern
ment the grant of a large tract of land at
JWac.ila, for the State, and that I should
then iufluence the Surveyor General so
that this land might be sold at a mere
nominal price to Senator Osborn. I re
fust d to countenance this scheme, and
bo 1 must be removed, that a mora pliant
ool mieht take my place, and tho ring
miht plunder to its heart's content
Wc have-here portrayed, by a
carpet-bagger too, a large class of
adventurers who have fastened
themselves' upon the Southern
States like leeches. Look what a
nice little arrangement this fellow
'Gleason had blocked out to make a
handsome fortune 'Indho lull
to got Gov. Eecd out of tho way so
that ho might -consummate this
arrangement. Tho latest reports,
from Florida look as thougVhe will1
finally .succcjjdin, ousting, oed,
upon somo pretext or pthor.t Gov.:
Roed has oxposedJa systematic plan
-for robbirig'tho'-people of Florida,,
ana ,ji tney buuhui, iy ii, uojv way
deserv,o to bo plucked.
TtTRTORIOAI. ' ACCURACY.
Tn nis speech'of, welrJomo at jip-
arjny reunion at .ChiQSgo, QeiiJ
""You 'may" eearch history-in vala for
a: more flagrant .vioktion a iaoro caHse''
Jew breaebtoF'tlia .national compact, iaan
that -which resnlted in our eiy.il .war.
erarb'erore'Wera a neoDle- moro TUthr
JBSsiy, moro unwiuiniy, turc5ou.yuw.'
fore was government iiiterly )inpre;
pared'for hV' ' . 5
; "Gen. Sherman was notfvery felici;
tons in liis .reflections, tipon 'ftlie
Squtherp .people., So ,ignor.ea tho
effprta that :wero . made. 'through a
"peace1 congress1 at Washington
to prevent a war; and thflt th6 fcfforiff
of Southern men in that congress
were defeated, "by .the '.efforts of a
class of Northern men, -of whom
Senator Chandler is a iype, vho
desired, to seo " a little blood-let
ting" and to "let the Union slido."
Ho should at least be just, if he will
censure. There are somo facta
which should not bo overlooked in
any historical reminiscence of the
period to which Gen. Sherman
alludes. Hero is a citation from tho
' WAsnmoToir, Feb. 11, 18GL My
Dear Governor Gov. Bingham and
,mvelf telecranhed to vou on Saturday,
at the request oj Juassaciuseus ana
Jfew York, to Bend delegatos to the
peace compromise congress. They ad
mit that wo were right and they were
wrong; that no Xepublican Slate
Bhould havo sont delegates; but thoy
are here and can't get away. Ohio, in
diana and Rhode Island are caving in,
and there. is some danger of Illinois; and
now they beg us, for God's sake, to come
to ;their rescue, and save trie Jitpuou
can party from rupture. I hope vou
will aonfl ntfKLrtrl'fitl men nr nnn.
" -.v , .
"Truly, your friend, Z. Chandler."
" P. S. Somo of the manufacturing
States think a Haiti would be awful
Without a little blood-letting, this
JTnion tvill not, iw my estimation, be
worth a curse."
There is but ono man living or
dead, eithor during tho civil war or
since, who has attempted to asperso
tho personal or military fame of
!' Stonewall" Jackson. Ilis name
is Townscnd, and his trade isscrib
blmg and lecturing. He was an
"Our Correspondent" of ono or two
Northern journals several years
ago, and his literary pinfeathers
first appeared in letters describing
battles he never saw. This upstar
proposes to prove that Gen. Jack
soil's soldierly merits wero greatly
overrated. It would do wrong to
his memory for ono to defend it
against such a fellow's attacks. Not
a truly gallant foo that ever met
him but would tread lightly and un
pover his head in respect at the
mound beneath which ho rests, and
his fame is secure against Bohomian
E. P. JENKINS,
Successor to Tom Wtlls.
30 Nor tli .Market St.
1 AM IN RECEIPT OF TUB LARGEST
X stock of
Drun. CbcinlcalH. llriieKUU' Sun
dries, Fnucjr Goodi, Toilet
OILS, PAINTS, COLORS,
Cigars, Tobacco, Wiues and Liquors,
ever brought to this market, and will sell FOR
CASH at a snglil aavanco on naaioiu tu.,
WHOLESALE -OR RETAIL.
All gooii sold warranted to give satisfaction
It. P. JENKINS,
Proprietor of Jeskiss' Stomach Bittirs,
Market street, opposite Union,
SIGN OF MAN AND MORTER.
nnv22Sm JNnshvlIle, Tcan
A Half Doz. Perfect Fitting
A Doz. English Socks.
A Suit of Cashmere Under
wear. A Suit of Shaker Flannel Un
derwear. A Suit of Scotch Wool Un
derwear. A IIirioz.Flne EmbM Ilmttl
kcrcliicfrf. A Half Bcz. Ilcm'd
A lalr of taporte's (Frcncli)
A Pair Castor Beaver Glorca.
A Pair of Lined CalTGloves.
A Robe Do Chambre
A Fashionable Silk Hac.
An Alpine Hat (new style).
Roman Scarfs (new styles).
Scarfs, Bows, Ties, in endless
varieties.rand in fact every
thing pertaining to a Gentle
man's Toilet, at
R. H. THOMPSON'S,
dec20 tf 4 North Cherry Htrce
r P n-I H I.. CL1IBOKM5.
1ECK & CLAIBORNE'S
Jio. 30 College Street, XnshvlIlc.Tenn.
TyK REPRESENT THE
Home Insurance Company, or New
"Washington Insurance Company,
of New York - ,
Georjcia Home Insurance Company
iEtna LifeJnsuranre Company, of
dec 19 tljanl
THK PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EX
istinc between Ilnebstoa fc Tenlnon it
this diy.dissoUed by mutual consent. Either
party iiranthoriiod to wind np the unsettled
tusineH: - ' ' '.
11. V. JiUlillSlUH,
-A. .11. TENISQNertni
'Nttslmlle. Dec. 22. 1863-dec23 lw.
and Farm MiiIm H. 1.1 Noatll COlIesa
Mtreet. rcceireirom the North lone carload
er day on an averace, and hare constantly on
land a first-class stock to select 'from. Liberal
dif count made to traders. dec23.tf
,CJipci3 Meats Tor Christinas'. :
Slall 19. ;? StalI,25.
WM. & ALEX. WARNER,
V 1 . i v
Jfos, la.pad.ajtarkct.lToRjo, -
WOULD RESPEOTFULtT GIVE NOTICE
La their customers &nd the nnblin raner.
ally, that they have slaughtered lor Christinas
two fine' Heifers', eich weiffhlnir 12.00 I bH..
and hat & also xoceircd far tbeoocaiiuii a lot of
choice Sheep, all of which will be.pi) exhibition
Christmas Kto. ' ' "
w-Call aronnJandsee foryflniselrcs.
YEATMABT, SHIELDS & JCO.
WILL SELL ON THURSDAY MORNING,
December 24,-oommencinz at' 10 o'clock.
larzo uiscauaneaus siock ot
on account of whom It may concern.
Godtiauatidn of Catalogtta ;Sab
0,F BOOTS. SHOES AND BROQANS. ALSO
a stock ofDrygoodi and Clothios;, TUI3
(WEDNESDAY) MORNING, at 10 o'clock, at
19 North Collece st.
P. S- To-morrow. Thursday. ,2Uh, lale of
iids J eireiry, vatene diamonds, etc, etc.
ZOOK OUT FOR OLD KRIS.
TXTE WILL-FELL THIS HTEDNESDAY1
V V morninc, December 23. 18C3. commeneins
atiu o ciock, a line assortment ot nne ironcn
China Tea Sets. Vates. Chamber Sets.' Tois.
Also, a fins line of fresh Kuu, a small lot of
Furniture, etc. The ladies are especially in
vited to attend this sale.
CRUNK DODSON 4 CO..
dee231t No. 63 Market St.
LAST HAY J5UT
ALBEKT &. SEEJIAN,
27 PUBLIC SQUARE.
TniS (WEDNESDAY) DECEMBER 23. AT
10 o'clock. L. u.
N. B.-'AU goods uncalled for, -which' were
bougnt previous to tne d. Trill be sold orer at
3 o clock, r. v., tnis aay. at tno ruk or pur,
cnasers. aecs it
")trE 11 AVE REMAINING ON HAND SOME
T i Ttry choice
Dinner, Tea and Chamber Sets,
which wo did not sacccpd in cloaine out at ou
ieveral Auction sales. These roods wo will sell
from now until January 1, at reduced rates, as
t hey must be sold.
We are naw prepared to give tie
Our undivided attention. Merchants, please
i r. in n mil.
All parties hnvins bulanoei on our books for
purchases previous io uctouer J. isoi. must Bei
tle during the month of January, 1S69, or they
mil be sued upon.
CAMI'BF.IX V 8PIRE.
73 Pubiie Siuare.
To Manufacturers and Merchants
OFFICE KNOXYILLECITY DIRECTORY,
Knuxville, Tens.. Dec. 11, 186S.
' X propejn to publish, and will issno about
the first of March. 18C9, a Opncrnl Itnnlness
IHrrctory for the City of KnoxvUle.
It will contain a careful compilation of the
names. residences and occupations of the inhab
Hants of the city of KuozTille,and of the towns
or Cleveland, A mens, fcrceet water, rcuauel
i . T... .) xr t fi :m t
ornugh and Bristol, situate on the OREAT
AIR LINE ROUTE between Memphis and the
Eastern cities, together with Prefatory articles
descriptive of the soil, climate and resources of
tne country in wnicn it win oe issued.
The edition for 18:9 will be 2.000 copies, oc
lavo. substantially bound, and circulated in i
country hitherto almost entirely isolated from
the commerciaLworld. It will, therefore, offer
to Manufacturers and jviercnants a desirable
ebannel through which to introduce their houses
to our community.
Respectfully soliciting an advertisement from
ycur nouse. 1 am, yours, very truly,
JOHN E. HELMS.
TERKIS OF ADVKEtTISING.
One Paite and copy of Book .
Half r "
Third " " "
Fourth " '
R ferencoa Tho Merchants and Profes
sional men of Knoxvillo. generally.
Notice to Show Caufe In Bankruptcy.
rnuis is to give notice that ed-
X ward Wise. W. K, Turner. W. E. Dillen, T.
B. Sample and Jno. N. Allen have filed in the
office of the Clerk 01 this court their petitions
for discharge, and it was thereupon ordered by
the court that a hearing be had upon the same
On the 7th tiny of Jftnnnry, 1809,
at the hours of 9. 9$. 10, 10k and 11, A. v.,
respectively, at the, office of Alexander S.
Bradley, Esqr.. Register, No. S4 Cherry street,
Nashville, Davidson county, Tenn., and that all
creditors who have proven their debtn and other
persons interested, may appear at said time and
place, and show cause, if any they have, why the
prayers of said petitions mav not be granted,
and that the second and third meetings of cred
itors will be had at said Ume and place.
E. R. CAMPBELL, Clerk,
U. S.DisL Court Mid. Dist. of Tenn.
dec23 Wednesdays law3t
Notice to Show Cause In Bankruptcy.
rpMS IS TO OIVK NOTICE THAT G. W.
JL Catron. Francis Kirby. O. S. Kwing. Jo
seph E. Foutt, James B. Wilson. W M. Bell,
and W. H. Fuq-ta. all or Smith county. Tenn.,
have filed in the effice orthe Clerk of this court,
their petitions for discharge, and it was .there
upon ordered by the court that a hearing be had
npon the same.
On tho 23 1 Iy of December, 1868,
at the hours of 9. O'A. 10. 11, IIKa. m.,
and 12 M-, respectively, at the office or she
Register, at the Courthouse in Carthago, Smith
county, Tennessee, all creditors who have prov
en their debt?, and other persons interested,
may appear at said time and place, and show
cause, if any they have, why the prayer ol taid
petitions should not be granted, and that the
second and third meetings of said creditor- will
be bad beforo the Register at the wine time and
place. E. R. CAMPBELL,
Clerk U. S- Dist. Court, Mid. Dist. of Tenn.
PKEPAEE FOR THE HOLIDAYS !
BALTIMORE AND NORFOLK
BY THE CAN AND KEG. AND ALSO BY
the Pint. Qmirl nud Uallon.
IN BULK SOLID MEATS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Liberal discount to Dealers and to parties or
dering in quantities.
J. II. O'CONNELL i CO..
113 Church St., St. Cloud Building.
fllUE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCK
L holders of the Nashville Female Academy
will be held at the Counting-room of W,T.
Berry Co., in NashviM". on Monday. Janua
ry 4. 1809. W. R- ELLISTON.
ecPlOtillianl. 69 President.
TSTew KashvilTe Theater.
CHAM, II. K1CIT, . Business Jr'1
, FOR SIX NHHTS ONLY-
ii.fi i : . .
ISS 1EO EtTJISON,
, her great specialty, of . t, ui.
D.mn.iia 9ni4 nntwi Pirela 75eents. Gallery'
55 cents. Box office open from 9 i.. tin 3 r.' u.,)
where scat mar' bo" secured' -without extra.
m. o- jj isr isr
TtPTTtRNKD AND BE
tha nraetlce of' bis pro
Wn. Km 'mlnr fltFeet.
between Cherry and Sammer. NashrUIe. Ten-
iSAIiE, LEASE OK BEST.
BTORE HOUSE, 1L UNION ST.. OCUUflKU
by G. B. -Abbott as a clothing- storey Also
two rooms' connecting wuu , " .AV...
rately Tor office; Also for iale or..lease,10O fet
on-Broad, just. ouUide ePrV?n".iAr?r;i0l
on South unerry. near aim. jjuu..
and Brownsville lots finale. ' rt.T
1 . 41Unnnst.
Christmas in Edgefield I
FATTED "CA1F KII.I4ED!
t am iy
J. Q. COLEMAN
TMDVLP BESPECTFULT mvBflynus
J1 totneeaunj puouo uKmsuoui
t.u(..j. .mnta nmmircments- to supply nil
Utf. " t - . . ." . . ,
custom ers wltn iometning extra m mo wax ui
choice beef. Mutton. Pork. Spiced Rounds. Tur-
koys.' etc.. during tne nouuajs- "rt""
duzens to call at his stores on Gallatin Pike
and on Woodland street during Christmas 1 ere,
and see tne many good tnings. uect j
,New FuraitTire at Cost.
T A M B L. E,
45 .North Market Street,
DESIRING TO RETIRE,
from.his present business,
will, now sell A t
Elegant' Stock of Furniture,
Parlor Sets, Ked-room Set,
jMnslilo Top Bureaus, vory fine.
Wnrdrobcs,' Sofas, Chairs,
ptlarble Top' Tables, all styles,
.together with fall other articles of Furniture
i,..fljlv Irftnt hv firt.rlA4a Pnrnllura Houses.
1 mean what I cay, as I am determined to of-"
ler unusual inducements to purcnasers.
Established in 1.840
TJccoratlTO Paper Hangings,
TTAVR REMOVED TO AND NEATLY
JLL fitted up, especially for their business, the
No. 13 NOBTII COLLEGE STREET.
and wonld call tho attention of their friends
and the pnblis generally, to their large and woll
selected stock of the above goods, which are of
fered at the J-owesi jiarues a'riees.
We also continue to manufacture and keep on
hand WISDUW SIIAUK ASIt ULINDN.
I.OOKISG OttKNEN, Gilt. Walnut and
Rosewood MtfULDIAGS and Fit AMES.
ArttxiV Materials, Engravings, I'atont
Biepji.sucicrs, etc., etc.
W. Fceevix harinc returned from his tern
nnrarv absence, will now rive bis nersonal at
tention to the busiaess, assisted by E. A. Miller
and Jno. W. Orchard; and with competent
workmen In each department, feels warranted in
suarateeimr satisfaction in every respect.
We also rail attention to our large assortment
Of ritASti'H AJlKKltiAM CIIKOSION
which have only to be seen to be admired.
"NAT. P. DOETOH,
Corner or Collecc nml Vnlou Street-
TVEALER IN PURE DRU03. MEDICINES,
XJ Faints. Oil'. arnishcs. ilyo btuQs. In,
dow Glass. Putty. American and imported Co
lornes. Handkerchief Extracts, and Pomades,
Combs. Brushes and Toilet Articles generally.
in endless variety: handsome Toilet Sets. Vases
anu iigur otanus.
!FlN13 T E A. S.
Wo claim t have tho most superior Teas ove
brought to this market. Also, best Cocoa and
Cigars and Tobaccos
of the finest brands.
Fine Wines, Brandies and Liquors
for medical nse.
MR. K. K. GOODLET will be found at this
bouse, and will take great pleasure in waiting
upon nis numerous menus.
1K. A. G, GOODLET'S
Houck's Vegetable Panacea
EYE SALVE AND OINTMENT.
rilUE ABOVE MEDICINES ARE PRE
X pared with great care, under the personal
supervision of E. E. Gooolct, an experienced
Druggist, son of the late Dr. Goodlet. who bn
been associated for a nnmber of years with bis
father in their manufacture. The public are
assured tbat tneywul be prepared with tne same
care as heretofore.
The 'above remedies havo stood the test
throughout the Southern country for the last
tnirty years, ana are lo-uay more popular tnan
The Panacea Mostly celebrated for the cure
ot Dyspepsia, Rheumatisms, Colds, Coughs.
Consnrnntinn. Asthma. Indigestion. Heartburn.
Palpitation of the Heart. Loss of Appetite, Livtr
Complaint, Ulcers. Sores, Bronchitis. Whooping
Couth, Croup, Difficulty of Breathing, Shortness
oi iireatn, erysipelas, aieasies, ocariec fever.
scurvy, scrofula, files, I'lmpleffor tne raoe.
and all Diseases ot the Skin. Nervous Affec
tions, and all diseases arising from a disordered
stomach or an impure state of the blood.
ForSale by all respectable Druggists.
Retail price of Panacea -SI CO per bottle'
" " Ointment....
Liberal discount to the trade.
Nwhville. Tenn.. Dec. 22-1 t
EWING s GO,.
Son. 14 AND IS HADKET ST.,
AVE IN STORE AND TO ARRIVE
250 Hogsheads Sugar.
00 Refined Hard and Soft Sugars.
lOnO liar Coffee.
300 Barrels Whisky and Liquor.
300 Ban elr Motaeaet and Sirups,
1000 Boxoj Oysterj, N
1000 Keg4 Nails.
150 Casks Soda,
3.0 Packages Mackerel,
1000 Boxes Candles.
iSOO Boxes Soap.
100 Cases Sardines,
3TO Packages Raisins,
200 Boxes Cheeso.
which, with a large lot of Canned Ooods. Gro
cers' Drugs, Wooden Ware, Vinegar, Teas. Ci
gars; 8pies, Tobaccos, eto., they offar TO THE
TRADE ONLY, at as low prices as any Nash
ville Merchant and nit 1-ollfnvtUo or Cin
cinnati, freight ndt!cK (dec20 3m
A. A. SPENCER & CO.,
S. E, Corner Walnut and Water sts.
CIKCSKNATI, - OHIO,
Liberal Advances made on Shipments, and
careful attention given to filllns orders.
STANDARD COAL OIL.
WE ARE PREPARED TO SUPPLY TflE
trade with any amount of ourihXrilA
IlRAMUof Coal Oil,
We guarantee the T.& Belle and the Tennes
see oil KetlnlnsrOon brands to be above
the State requirement;, via :
120 DECKEES IT RE TEST.
Price list at the same figures aa the same de
gree ot oil in Cincinnati. .Orders respMtfully
elicited. Office, No. 6 MAXWELL 1IOUSE,
Nashville. WALKER & WALKER.
fJlllE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID BT
J. F. O'Shanghnessy & Co.,
declS lw No. 31 South Market street
OPEN FOR THE HOMJ3A.YS.
a tut m stfn-
Gratis &c ;
Hped"hci?I'BASUB? 0F" ANNODNCING
E LEG A N T
Erected' on theKoijS CRHER, so many yeajntoapled by lheir',predeceori in,buslne8st
. AMPBELL & DONIAN.
- A V - . . , i " ' "z
They are now rctsiving and epening a largo and gpleadid asjortment of
COLD AND SILVER WATCHES !
From the best,Jianuacturers of Uurope and America.
Wew and elegant designs, in
Gems, of all descriptions.
BINGS, LOCKETS, -CHAINS; -ETCsHBSMJ. -
GOLD AND SILVER PLATE
IP Xi .A. T IB 3D "W Jk. IRj IB !
The largest stock in the
ana.most, tasteful designs Tea Sets,; Coffee Makers, .
and tJrns, Ice Pitchers, "Waiters, Goblets,
' Cake arid Truit Baskets, Castors,- ;
Forks, Spoons, otc. - -
TO ALL WHO DESIRE TO PURCHASE r ,
CSBIS1WAS OB "BJtlDAL GIFT,
iWe recommend an examination of our Stook. in
x find something:
Skillful and experienced workmen will give attention to
f . V "I 1 " TTT-A-l JH 1 i 7
t repairing ana iteguimmg
E WILL SELL AT GREAT BARGAINS
the following- pieces oi property:
A FARM OP 33 ACRES, three miles Tram the
Courthouse in Nashville, on Lebanon pise, op
posite Esquire Cawlei's ; fine land; adapted to
a dairy: ooa Darn; mainarem ,A
n nhint. nd snHnrof lreestone water: 10
acres in woods.'
TWO LOTS, each 21 feet front, and 175 deep.
With small buildincs. opposite old Decatur De
pot, on 11 road street.
FOUR LOTS, eaeh 50 feet front, on east side
6fSoutHMarKel6ireei.ai wacaraar ui
llill street, near tne terminus oi cuuiu
TlUe Street Railroad.
wvnxtc rt,nfnr rmli! or oart cash, bal
ance In good time notes, or for stock in Nash
ville iiui dtntt Association.
T. AH. HICK8.5tCotleie street
ANDERSON. JOUNSON A SMITH.
A. NELSON ACO or ,,
NEWSOM A CO. dec!7 lw
Concordia Hall for Rent.
TniS MAGNIFICENT HALL CAN BE
rented bv the night or otherwise, by re-
Eto Parl'M' " 1 ST UIRSH BBRO.
- at Albert A Sceman's. 27 Publio Square.
MASH FACTO UY FOB 8A17E.
JY. OFEER, FoR SALE ONE OP THE
VY best inducements ever offered to capital
ists, consistins of a Steam Engine, with erery
tariety of Machinery required in the bulnes.
and capable of manufacturing from $40,000 to
,0.UW wortn per annum ,...
ATX' OUR GOODS AT COST.
jrvN ACCOUNT OF ONE OF THE PART-
J nera retiri"g rrom tne nrm, we uio uu
ferine oar large and well selected stock or
READY-BADE CEOTIIIKG and
Geots' Furniahing Goods,
It. la. I'arnet Docs. Satctiels, tie..
At Cost Prices.
Our aMortmentlndudes all the latest and most
r-.i.: v.1- t-iM p Pinthinr. for men and
boys, together with a large stock of Cloths, Cas
simerei and Vestings We mean hat we jay,
and are determined to offer our stock from ibis
time forward at a great sacrifice. Now litbe
time to purchase cheap Clothing.
KIKViIEK A ATIEHEBf
-r-rr . v(fPT3rTlf 1 w WI WIFE A MAN
IVY and hit wife (colored), without children,
tan hear of a good borne for the balance of thu
and next year, by calling at the Oaios- asd
ANon,end apply that cannot" come well re-
commendea. . "
' FOB ZRIEUSTT
F0UBSTQREE' TWO CELLARS. ,
Commercial Insurance Olfiee.
dec!5 2w S9 N. College street.
MRS. P. J. McNULTY,
MILLINER. DRESS AND CLOAK MAKER
Ko. 10S Kortb Collesre Street,
Corn and Wheat Wanted.
FAEMERS OF TENNESSEE:
TN THE FUTURE. A3 IN TUE PAST. YOU
J. you can get
More Money for Your Grain
Jaduou MIIU. Sontts Marltet Street,
than any where else! Bring it along. I can
'U0UjaTe- JNO. J. McCANN.
Citizens Take Notice.
ORPHANS' CAMP. No. 3. ORDER OF PALE
Faces. i sive a GnndBall at tie FeraaU
Academy on W ednesd.ay, night, D.eo. S5. Ine
proceeds to be appropriated to aid lnreintenng
he Confederate dead. Tickets of admission , for
gentleman one dollar. Ladies free. Members
of other camps in the city and elsewhere, an re
spectfnlly invited to co-operate. dec 13-td
Cash 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.
dec!5 3m 3t Market street.
Election of Directors..
THE ANNUAL "ELECTION FOR DIREC
ton of the Widow and Orphan F nnd.
Ute Iniaranee Company mil be held at
the Offieo of the Company. No. 14 Maxwell
House, Nashville, on Friday, the first day of
E. D. FARNSWORTH. Fres't.'
t T. nr". itBYT.r.T. ReftV
'Nashville. Dec. 15, 1868.-2W
Po'lflm - an,
THAI IUST HAVE COMPLETED AND
E W STORE,
1 JPk Jeai JML A
A N"D ElEGAliT GOODS,
Diamonds, Pearle, Opals and
city, embracing the newest
the confident assurance that they cannot fail to
w atcues, uuu mi auuimr
to the business.
OF COIXEQE A TED CNIOJf STREETS.
A NEW STOCK
Furman, Green & Co.,
Ko. 49 rublle Square,
lVaasiXT-ille, Ten.no sce
WIT. ARE NOW RECEIVING A LARGE
If stock of
Fresh and Seasonable Goods,
In addition to our nsual and extensive assort'
ment of DKYCIuOim. SIO nuns, etc., we
have a superior stock of
EXTEA FINE DOESKIN JEANS
For Merchant Tailors Use.
Also every description of lTeaTT Good for
Plantation Purpose, consisting of Plaid
Osnaburgs, Plaid Linseys. Kerseys. Heavy Jeans.
Minerva and Beverly Twills, all ot which we
VERY LOW PRICES
TO THE TRADE,
Previous to our removal, January I, 18C9. to
SO. 1 HICKS' 1 BLOCK,
Corner of College street and the Square, (Notth
We ressectfolly solicit a call from City an
FURMAN. GREEN CO.
Risen from the Ashes
'jCST IS TIME
FOR CHRISTMAS !
1? BADOUX WOULD RESPECTFULLY
JL inform bis old friends and patrons tbat be
baa Just opened a new and beautiful assortment
ot uooas, in tne neuayocK jsaiwini?, no.
31 Cherry Street, consisting" of Watches,
T I T? I rpA2. A -.1-1 C:t. 1
.OffWt UV lull., uiuviutuii.ci ,
Plated Ware, etc., etc Also, just opened the
largest stock of tlaireyer exnibited in tnis city.
Ladles will find Mrs Eadouz at her old place
behind the counter, ready to receive their or
ders and attend to their wants- dec!32w
H, W, HA SLOCK,
D'R U Gr Gr I S T
No. 10 Pablic Sqnnre,
' Nashville. Tennessee,
WOULD CALL THE ATTENTION OF
Physicians and the publio generally to
bis fresh and enlarged stock of
Drnra, Chemicals, Fin Id ExIraetM. nil
kinds f Patent Medlelnen. Fancy
Articles, X'nlnta, Oils. Win
dow Glaaa, ete.
Also, on hand Fongera's Compound Iodinited
Cod Liver Oil. best imported French Brandy
for medicinal purposes, Eau de Colognes of su
Most particular attention paid to the Pre
scription Department, under the direction of
Hr.J.B.BUUCHARTZ, an experienced Apoth
ecary and Chemist, graduated in Prussia.
nov2S 3m H. W. HASLOCK.
CASTLE ROCK COAL!
Best in the Market
27 el. per Bnsbel.
50 ceo Is.
iS VERY IOAD WEIGHED.
LEAVE ORDERS WITH
JOHN MORROW & SON,
05 Korlb Jlnrket Hlreet.
For . Making1 Steam itha3 no-L'qaal.
BEAD THE FOM UWIaO s
WE. ME UNDERSIUNED. HAVE USED
the VaJitle Rock Coal, and would state
from absolute experience, it surpasses any coal
that we hare ever used, for heat, eleanllneu
and economy, and we estimate afire made of it
will last full fifty per cent, lqngertban other
coat tbat we'have used.
Wm. Etockill A 6or,
T. J). Fur. iiv.
i R,C. BaaSsruBD,
M. L. BiaNTow,
a: tti Cadt.
OIto It a Tolr Trial.
Wil. U. iiORROW. Agent.
decS tf 30 Cedar sUeet,
Whalesale Storehouse for Bent.
JO. 49 TUBLIC SQUARE,
occupied at present,' by Messrs. Fur'manVGreen
Cev25tfPP'r t0 S. D. MORGAN.
BOOTS MD SHOES
NO. 47 NORTH COLLEGE STREET.
TDM 'RECEIVED DIRECT FROM THE
tl best Manufacturers ia the coon try, ono of
the largest and best selected stocks of '
BOOTS, SHOES AKB GAITEXS
ever broagat to. this market, which are' offered
for aale at, a small aaranee en Eastern coatw '
' Small Profit and Quick Sales is the motto., i
ETC ETC., .ETC., I
WHOLESALE AND KF.TAIi.
WE1 WOULD RESPECTFULLY' IN
form ournatrons and the tiublie ron-
erally, that in conformity, with an agreement
exisung Dunnn ourselves ana mo largest
Eastern Manufacturers of Paner Manx.
lBsps, Window MtiiuleH, Window Cor.
nice, ete , we bare established at this
place the only
Mammoth Southern Depot,
for the wholesale and retail of roods in this
line: and inatwe are onennr rnoda '111 las
with the EXPENSES OF SHIPPINO added.
OUR PALL STOCK
is very large and complete, and we invite the
pupno to rive us a trial belore makins pur
chase. JOHN W. HILL & CO.,
23 SOUTH COLLEGE STREET.
Between Church and Broad.
f, J, YARBROOM,
Lateoftho firm of WeaUey Ar Yarbrough".
Grocer and, CprnTnTssion
SOUTH COIXEGE STREET,
TTAS WnWTWKTORE THE FOLLOTTTNG
XL choice and select stock of Oreeerie. which
ha offers to the Trade at tbe lowest diaiae
200 SACKS RIO COFFEE.
25 BHDS. DEMBRARA SUGAR.
10 HIIDS. CLARIFIED SUGAR,
60 BBTJS. X.OTCBIKfi'8 7HHI 8COAB,
0BBLS. " POTTD
100 BBLS. EX. C. SUQAR,
25 BBLS. N. 0. MOLASSES.
25 HF. BBLS. N. 0. MOLASES.
00:BXS. ORKES ASD,BLAfll TEAS
ICO BXS. SOAP.
100 BXS. STAR CANDLES.
60 HF. BX6.5TAR CANDLES.
25 QR. BXS- STAR CANDLES.
100 BXS. STARCH.
SO CASKS HICMARDSOSVJ MATCHES,
50 BXS. CHEESE.
1B0 CADDIES S. S. TOBACCO.
ICO DOZ. PAINTED BUCKETS.
50 DOZ. WASHBOARDS.
3i DOZ. TUBS: Nbs 1.1 A 3.
50 DOZ. BROOMS.
200 DOZ. CLOTHES LINES.
50O DOZEN MASON'S. BLACKING,
530 BBLS. FLOUR. Jackson Mills.
600 BBLS.FLOUB. Black Lick Mill.
S00 BBLS. FLOUR, Magnolia Mills,
50 BBL3. WHITE nEANS.
10O IU1I.S. NOUTU'N P.B. POTATOES
5 TIERCES RICE.
3.CC0 LBS. COD FISH,
25 HF. BBLS. MACKEREL.
500 KEGS NAILS, assorted.
20 CASES SARDINES.
23 KEGS ENGLISH SODA.
' Bacon. Lird. Corn Meal. Bran, Spices. Blue
ing. iV rapping raper. togemerwiiu a largo mu
complete assorimeni oi cuoico
eomprisinir OMU C- Whissy. Bnurhon Whisky
anil importea uins, lsranatee ana. n inea.
24 South College street.
novls.U'anl Nashville. Tenn.
ThinI Mmd Bank
8TO C rC HOLD JSIX5 1
W. W. BERRY, H. BURNS,
JOHN KIKKMAN, EDGAR JONES.
D. WEAVER. CHAS. E. UILLMAN.
DAN'L V' CARTER, EDMUND COOPElt.
ALEX. FALL'S ESTATE.
TEALS TN EXCHANGE. GOLD AND SIL
I verjtnd (larernmect Seeurities.
Drafts drawn in.auma to salt on London, New
York, New Orleans. Cincinnati, bu lxinn.Jrfici.1
villi.. Memnhia. ete.
5-20 and 10-40 bends- always on hand for
W. W. BEERY", PrnaBf
E1GAR JONES. Ouhier.
JOHN KIRKMAN. Vice President.
apr27 ly L
AGENT FOR THE
Georgia Hone Insurance Co.
Capital and Surplus ..$400,000
SS COLLEGE STREET,
Full Iron Frame With
Warehouse-No 44, Kouneenth Jtreet.
HAVE BBBN IMIOSOUNCED BT THE
profession ) be among the best iajtru
ments made. First, cla.-ii premiums taken
whereerexhib!ted Koing oooor the largest
manafactnrie in America, (having mods and
sold VJi Piano in ,lSd7, we are eu.bled to sell
at prices which defy coiUpelitljn. tjend for
circulars and price lists.
Wholesale and Retail.
The undersigned takes, pleasure in announc
ing to the public that he has received anotfter
shipment of the Haines Brothers Planoy.
among which is the "Parlor Beauty." SmaU
siied Bosewood ease, fcil 7 octaves, round eor
ners and eanred legs. Thia lojtnitaent. for Its
fine qualities of tone, toueh and mechanism,
attract alike the artist and amatuer. The lor
sriM at which tbey are offered, place them
within the reach of every one. hence tbey are
destined to be the great favorite of the public.
My stock of Steinway. Dunham. Weber and
Kramahaar Pianos ir large and varied, and are
offered at factory prices. -
- in organs and Jtelodeonj.tf deal In thelBord.
ett only, which stand before the public without
mnli. ami imali musical merobandLe
in the ireataft abundance, and sold at lowest
rat ntaUf JAa.A.,M.cjLURB.
Farmers, Buy at Jfoine
YOUR WAOONS AND AGRICULTURAL
imnlements. I am mannCictoring the very
best "of Steel Plows, and other Implements
Also, wagons of the very beat material and
workmanship. J. H.RUMSET,
n. XH bouua unerry street, netween in an
Muloerry streets. loet8 6m
PAUL, TA7SL- & EiNEB,
48 VmON STREET,
.... 1J -iM4
HAVE FOR THE KOLIDATS.
Elrsrant Boobs lor Grown Folks!
Javealle Boobs for Utile Folks!
6ooi.8aoks fori Old Folks! ' ' :
Jimaa las' Book forToHDEr'FolJ!
rsefnl Books for All kinds r Folks
G I FT .m-ti E S.
In elegant bindinsts sumethir r to suit every
taste, ace and condition.
PAUL. TAVEL 3c BANNER.
41 Union street.
These heanliful specimens of art. nssurpaised
by the BEST PAINTINGS, are attracting: great
attention, and commanding: the admiration of
everybody. ' "
PAUL. TAYEL.A- IUNNER.
DIABIESFOR 1869 !
A full tupnly "flail kinij and priees.
PAUL.TAVEL A IHNMBIt.
i Union street.
.li s-- v.
A larjre stMVr.rmWt beSntiruf
In elertnt calf and morocco bindinn. AL?. a
Jarye stock of cheap Biblr.
i'AUMAVtl. Jt UAriHlt.
(S Union street.
An assortment, tbe mut Tailed and beau'!!cl
evereffsred in this market, will bo foond at-
PAUL. TAVEL Sc MANNER'S.
H Union ttrte!.
CHURCH BOOKS !
A stock of tbaaLtmlAnl vnrltfl r1ti tA ihm
doctrines, history and. praeticea of the Pro
testant Kicopaf Chmch, in England and
America. For sale at
PAUL, TATE'. & IIAXKEITC,
aec!6 UNION STREET.
Old. Estahlished House.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED AND ARE
constantly la reeeirtof a lane and fine
assortment ot all kinds sf Uentlemen's, Boys',
ladies . Muses and, Lbudren s
Boole, hlioes, Balmorals, Galtern, tr.
Gents', Beys' and ChiLlren's Fur, Caasimere and
WoolHATrf. CAPS, etc.
Whips. Thonrj. Hosiery. Gloree. Blactinr.
Brashes, Thompaonian iledieinesand
B. R. CUTTER A U LEAVES.
Corner Broad and College Streets.
novlu3m Nashville, Tenn.
ED G IZITlllLtD
THE UNDERSIGNED TAKES PLEA SC RE
in informing the public of Edgefield that
they baTa "re-opened the above old eta'i-h-ment.
recently occupied by C. ALTMEVElf.
where will be found -or stantly nn hand. Fr;h
Bread every evening, which wilt be delivered
at residences on leaving orders the Bakery
Cakes of all kinds. Candies of every def ci i
tion. and everything usually kopt ia a
FANCY 1'AMIt.Y GROCERY.
Orders for Wediis and Parti w prDmpt7
filled Goods delivered tu all parts of tbe taan
free of charge. UEO. I1AZLEW00D A SI N.
Cornerof AVoidland and Barrow sts.
SrrXTO 8200 PER MONTH. OR A COM
tj mission from which twice that amount
can be made by aelling tbe latest improved
Family Sewing Machine,
Price $13. For oirrulars and terms addreu
C. BOWEH3 A CO..
30) South Thinl St.. Philadelphia. Pa.
I'TjA IV T E SiS' XOTivS
XN ACCORDANCE WITH AN ACT OF THE
General Assembly uf th Siateot Tennesnev.
approved December IT. entitloi an t "To
expedite the distnouiiuu i tna ffecta of Bank;
which -avs or nw .-. axsiEnmenti among
their creditor. notice i hereby given 13 tbe
L Idem ef tb iotf cr the Plftnterr Bank, ct
TeDlw" i-t ent tfaetn tn. the nndenined
at tne Cank in Xjasbvilie tor fayment between
ow and tbe first day of January. 1)&, or they
will be forever barred.
P. WEAVER. Trustee.
"A T T STALLI ON, LOTT ERY. SIREDBT J "i E
r ATX Lottery, his dam a Murx.tn mare: raleil i.i
Jasper county. Ueorgut aranifitre iJurceas Jne
Lottery, ftoji Uonneeiieut. He ii Ityi hand.'
high not grown yet 5 years old past; a beau i
ful chestnut forrl. and an excellent traveler tn
jingle, or double harness. Ua c in shorr some of
the bet coluia tho State. Apply to
decS w3m Bsrnesrille. Georgia.
THE UNDERSIGNED. BEING- FTLLT
ptepared far manutACturiag Matib,
Doors, lllliiUB, intida and out. Hi vol and
Stationary Slats. Frames of every description.
Brackets, Cornices, plain and ornamental.
Mantelpieces, Mouldings of all kinds. Baas
Boards, Flooring, PopUr and Fine Ceiling
Plank. Weatherboarding. and Building Mate
rial generally. Also, Builders and Conrrajtom.
AH at as low rates as can be Imported of .equal
quality. Send orders. Punctuality and d.3
pateh are our business ernsd. OtSce and Fac
tory adjoiningNauhrille and Chattanooga Kail
road Locomotive Shops, Cedar street, Nashville,
T701IBIT1 L1X Ot FUIiCHEB
J- WANT A MAN TO- TAKE THE AOENCV
. for Lloyd's GreatDoublo Revolving Maps i f
uropeaad America, with the 4.C0U county cal
orea Map ot tne unitea Mates en tos-barkr, is
sued to-day. and needed by every family, school
and library In the land, with patent reverters,
by whieh either may can be thrown front Each
map ia 62x64 inchea large, with ribbon binding
and doubled-faced rollers; eojt S10O.KO ant
three years' labor. Price $5. worth $.J. A
small capital will do to start with. 510 a ecpy
can be got for these maps. Send Or cireuUf
termg. ete. Twen ty new maps u nder vr,
J. T LLOYD,
bovfO dtwlm P 0. Box 122. Atlanta. Ox-
Get a Business Education
IJBTA VT V STK ATTOX'S
MVS )Vlt' TEMPtE,
4 FFORDS A YOUN'l MAN THE JMEANS
V of thorough instruction in Hook-keen. cr.
Commercial Law.UOmmtreitil Arithmetic. Pen
manship. Partnership ttlement-i and the de
tails of business by all forms ot correspondence
and business pare?.
ruition for unlimited time br scholarship,
good in all our schools, eohng SSv.
Sessions day and nifiht. No -vacations,
Rppcinl C'a"irH In Prnmnnitilp.
Send for our Celleve Jemraal. er for fur'i:
Jf . . MItHAKT, trinci-i
Bx 131. Nashvnie. Tenn
decS dswAw tf.
i v debt was to be paid in gold.
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