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NASHVILLE UNION AND AMERICAN, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 31, 186S.
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TnVMt2tT BECESf EER 31, IS68.
?W commanded .the highest
ilirXr-h. oMannnJiJ-mivl'nf I
ice oFthc season inthcis maflvot
G en. Kousseau has sent an officor
J to investigate tho troubles in Ar
Some intcrcstine speculations in I
regard to tho influence which cot-
ton and other Southern crops exert
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in making money dear at New
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column this morning.
A veto oLtho Southern. States
litlbul hL bWoxp'ectdd from
the President immediately on the
nnmhlirKr nf f!nnrrrr.SS lint. it. is
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dent has not received notice of the
T r.Xm c ? r. I ! I
ipxsairs oi-eucii auni; i1
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ijur urst pace tuis mornm" con-1
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tains mo entire article ovcrtuo sig-1
naturo of " Pacolct" in tho Wash-1
ington 'Express, relative to the
proposition to consent to peaceful
It is customary for the heads of
departments. Senators and Jtcprc-
scnbitiyoH,! officers pf-tlia arm' and
navy, and foreign ministers lo call
on the President on now year's day.
In connection with this custom, it
is nntirnd flint, fjpri (irnnt. n. futv I
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uays ago very suuuoniy anu -
pecieuiy ucicrmincu to sponu mat
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little unpleasantness" DCtWCCll tllC
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u..o lo mer proveu uy .
i si . i TT I . A P r..nnln o t-i (1 I .. . . i t nit iYf 1
uismcmuermont 01 tuo union in puauru ui mo iuvuuuu nauus ,m worm n in gow. mua wo DCU.r , pay
hnldfirn of our bonds aro satisfied Fall
.,ifDJf Uincoinnuijis cam- u.o.rew to .ellthem at 74 in gold. Why, then,
r' net? to pvhichfcaitonal allusion was i poverisiiesaiiuiiiiuijjoiusua jxuiuu, 8bouill wo Dreai our necic3 in an euori stako$yoo.
"-!- .. .1 I KiilnT- Khnn ." nni n t hA ront.nt t M I ln mirn ilAlir.nl II I CQDtS On U1B UUU1U, y-
jiiuuu ;i iuw u;i)3 uju. I
rSaW V 'aiU 1 1 .
o uuuucniieiyinauu.iiaM aiiyuniig
to do with this sudden "chantreofl
base," is of course purely a matter
of conjecture ; hut -it is elated on
Eadical authority that the General
has had nothing to do with the
President since tho close of the
-famous correspondence touching the
surrender ot the War department
rri , .r. . ' if I
1 unc mew loriv urtounc "rejoices i
that the very man who was most j
vehement and vociferous in pro- I
claiming that 'treason is a crime,
.nid traitors must he liunish d.'
when Lincoln's murder had set tho 1
country wild for vengeance, now J
lathers the most sweeping amnesty
Jevier .pronounced by. man." The
'Tribune confesses that it "seldom,
ol late, linds a decent excuse lor
praising Andrew Johnson;" but it
"thanks.-him for putting an end, trenchant blows at the plans for the they cost r The men who advo
ovcn'tluis tardily, to the swindling I resumption of specie payments that Calc this doctrine cannot, with any
legal farce, enacted every low I
"inonlhs,"under"the deceitful title of
'trial of Jeff. Davis;' a swindle by
which nobody is duped a farce at
which nobody thinks of laughing." I
The Tribune candidlv eonlcsscs a
doubt whether "it was ever possible
to convict Davis ol treason in a
1 civil court."
Grant's cabinet continues to
bother the politicians of the Jiadi
cal persuasion. There are probabry
miile a number who are expeetin
to be called, but are destined to be
disappointed. The Washington
.r.i... cik li..a Int.
Ott LUU 0 1 1 1 f.JDU. II. ID
article on the subject, in which it
expresses the opinion that Wade
will have the Interior Department
.Houtwt'll, the Treasury Depart
nient; Sehofield, the War Depart
mont ; lhat the Navy Department
lies between Hamlin, (iriswohl,
and Gen. Hnwley.-and that Thomas
G. Diirant, of Louisiana, has as
t(&Q0d n. nji.ow as -an) bod for the
Attornej- Generalship. If Wilson,
oflowa, cLs the Senatorhhi from
ihallaie, it thinks Washluirne is
joing to Fntnee, and that .Motley
will jjet the litte Department if
Tioutwell is lea out of tho Treasury.
It is not easy to settle on any one
for the I'oslolliee. Senator Morton
yecnis nnxious 011 the subjei l, and
.has caused it to be announced that
he will not, under anj- eireumlilaii
ccs, take a place in the cabinet; thai
he prcfera lo remain in the Senate,
and, furthermore, is in such a physi
eal eondition that he could not do
.lio work ofa Cabinet ilinister.
Who does not remember Dickens'
Christmas Carols and Christmas stories,
sn beautiful, no full of tender appeals to
the noblest feelings of humanity ? Lat
('hrhamss ni'.'lit'a gister-in-l.iw of this
lieautifiil writer, a woman of tliirly-fivc,
uth three children, who has suffered
prcatly from poverty and has been de
pendent upon friends not relative
committed tuieide by taking morphine.
The brother and tho sister have a dilTe
rent way of celebrating Christina, ap
.purSntly! Humanity as well as charity
' begins at home. Tine, words do not
jirove .1 man a saint St Lntix Jhtao
There is a version of this affair,
not generally known, and it was
told by the New York Thnvs tho
very iny that the St.- Louis Demo
crat denounced Mr. Dickens in the
words we have quoted. The Times
-says: "We believe that the wife of
Mr. Augustus Dickens is still living
in England, and has been supported
by Charles Dickens ever since her
husband came to this country in
company with the lady whose de
jieae'e iil iiow. announced."
Jf the Times statement be true,
Mr. Dickons is performing a broth
er's part by his brother's wife; and
if true, it perhaps furnishes an ex
planation of what seemed to be Mr.
Dickens' strange conduct while in
..this country several months ago, in
not remembering tho Chicago
"widowjfcofjiia brother ..while dis
pensing charity, Avlnch he did with
quite ailibcral hand.
GRANT AND COXGKESS. we
uen. lirant has put his foot down
and declared that ho will not""0" Tanous cau3es' UU6 siU
permit tho Prcsitlf-nev.'to bo a nair
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lujiuui oi lUBuvii icuuru liiw jo v
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lUUUirUlilUUb ItlVUlVlXlIT lUU AUaiUA. I
tion df tho . execntivo offico to its
- vvvuki yv
formcr :forco and its formcr frco.
dora. His declaration for the forty- price m greenbacks would bo $202 50- -pT albert & 6EEHAN. THIS (TQURS
. " . . , . j. I 100. Reverse tho proposition. Ihe JL) day) Deo. 31. at 10 o'clock x. v.. .when will
first" Congress to meet him at tllO . , . , 1 - r :s be offered, without reserve, i splendid Utock of
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threshold of his administration, :s
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nothing less-tuana oittiorA now
f I II
ACYv' doparturo. UlS QuiXOtlC, but
ne - bang sincere, intcntione for ccon-
omv cf administration show an ani
mus, if not a capacity to stop the
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torrent ot extravagance anu cor-
ruption which has flowed as vital
through tho party and stimu-
latcd ifc to 5ts monstrous growth.
These three thing, mark at present
-which is to
luo 111110 spring
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tontion. To bo sure the last
a dca'rc r economy, is only an as-
mration. JJut (icn. tirant is
very practical man, and ins aspi-
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rauoiis wuuu nuu uijhui -mmy xux
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icauaawou. no uiwiupu,-
will to realizo tins ono, no win
break, by having to break with his
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party. JjooIc, lor instance : an ex-
nV W nml odo Al and
ouuo ouiuiuia. xiYuii a uuBiiio .
critical attitude towards tho Pacific
Eailroad ring impoverishes and an-
tagonizes romoroy, fuku, u.u,
Corbctt Wmam9)Conness, Thayer,
T; Ttnnsov. I. Donnellv. Gor-
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Imm KlC0) ol ArKansas, anu
half a hundrod oth0r leaders who
, . .. , - t f lbo
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.Mississippi "as far for quantity" as
, .tioI. fnr tho
op5nIou 0f such mankind as Trum
bull, Fessenden, Fowler, Henderson
au(1 G rimes antagonizes all the 5iit
lcrs, Binghams, Chandlers, i'or-nc-s,
Sumnors, "Wades, Howards,
Yatcscs and liamscyB of the partj'.
while a deference to these latter
estrange tho anti - iuipcaehmcnt
Unilicnls anil those more sensible
who ,)avo como lo wUh thcm
Morton9( Shermans, Frcling-
huj'sens, Conklings, and Morrills of
1 t '.
Collectively speaking, the sudden
sUnnp upon the civil tenure law
has startled the whole party and
disaffected two-thirds of them in
TJie courg0 0fthc Cincinnati Ga-
-cc ;8 alarming the straight-laced
Ratlic:ilS) who affect to have a holy
hom)r for repudiation. Tho Go-
zcifG has lately boon dealing some
donot include the proposition lo pay
rall debts at the gold value ofthecur-
rcnc3' at tho time lho-were con-
traded. A "Republican," who
professes to have spent some of his
best days in building up tho .Repub
lican pady, and in troubling him
self to put down theV'lato 1111
pleasantness," Inquires through the
Cincinnati Commercial whether his
"organ is in favor of repudiation as
between him and his landlorll and
creditor, and not as between
jrovernmcnt and its creditors." He.
wants to know "if his landlord, on
his nermanent lease, can collect
only sixty-five cents on the dollar,
and if UnHe Sam is bound to
nnv dollar for dollar in specie
to the sutlers and contrac
tors, to the stay-at-homes, and
'sharpers' in the same unpleasant
ness." Has not Uncle Sam al
ready said these sutlers and con
tractors, the stay-at-homes" and
"sharpers" in his greenback prom
ises to pay, and these characters,
against whom the " Republican
inveighs so lustily, have lonf since
set their greenbacks afloat on the
great current. Tt is not a question
whether Uncle Sain will pay them
"dollar for dollar in specie," but
whether he will so pay the holders
of the bits of greenbacked paper
that he gave them and which they
have made available as dollar for
dollar. The holders of these
promises to pay perhaps gave what
they considered an equivalent lo
dollar for dollar for them, and now
let us see how the (iazcllc proposes
tha they shall be paid. This able
and inlhienlial western organ of
Radicalism proposes that the gov
ernment shall redeem its own paper
at its market value, and it charge
that this has already been done to
the extent ofa hundred millions of
dollars. In its issue of the 'JCth
inst. the Gazette says :
" Tlio proposition to have the govern
ment redeem uveenbacks .it their value
111 0 id is called repudiation. Is it? If
tho pjvernment has been practicing
repudiation by selling gold atapreniinin
of thirty-live for greenbacks. Still no
body calls the practico ol selling gold at
a premium repudiation. '!' thn extent
ol nearly one hundred millions Mr. -Mc-Culloch
told gold for greenbacks, taking
the latter at equal to 0.) to .0 cents on
the dullar, and canceled them. W.ih
that repudiation? No. Did any hoidur
of greenbacks complain? No.
"If it was right to redeem one hun
dred millions of greenbacks at their vali
ua in gold, where would be tho wrong in
redeeming three hundred and sixty mil
lion more in tho same way. Wo can
not see it Can anybody point it out ?
"The confusion in the public mind on
this subject grows oat of tho practice ol
calliDg a thing by tho wrong namo. We
have been in tho habit of regarding
papor money as the standard ol value,
and then! instead of talking about a dis
court on the currency, we call it a pre
mium on gold Gold is now worth 1J."
in paper. Suppose 'we reverse that prop
osition, and say paper is worth 7.r in goldj
The result, it is true, would he the same
hut tho correct way would ho to quote
the discount on the greenbacks instead
of th premium in gold.
"Notwithstanding the legal tender law,
gold is the standard of value. It is
necessarily so, because it is the standard
of value in all comniercinl nations. Gold
may sav. is -an article of fixed value.
.Taper money ana, .commodities nnciuaio
J i .
Tn tr.? .nnniw. althnnt-ri business is
tra - isacted on a naner basis, cold is tho
Btoi - o and price a watch. There you wiU
e.i i.iLL 4
X1UIX -JUUCO ouu iiuigui,; 1'".b.
Tho watch is $150 in gold. It can be
bought at that But you propose to pay
for in nback8 00(L -J-
rrerv ebod. Tho
Ki; fn ,in . T 0 i 4. 1
S202 50100, but you propose to pay for
n mm vaw rtnrxii ' I tin Tinin in I
" Tn ZZLLJth.
(J 111 JO vwU. JUUjctciu iiujwiv w
JTfl f irold. FTho
IS fixed at what It C0St m COlO. ne
P0"1!"" ?? ff? ".!xS,a " paror
in prccnuau&a uu uitcuuuk . i
States 5-20 bonds are worth cx-dWidend,
107 in currency, or 1 9 18-100 in gold.
JJGfc U3 WA'J UUVhVA
Tha un;ted States trovernment has a
perfect right to buy those bonds at the
lt ah nM sen onf hundred mil
Hons or pld and use the curre
Vot it wnnld be navini? that much of the
debt at 79 cents on tho dollar in gold. If
!f abnnlil rptirn thn handed debt in that
vesiv. thn savins would be $500,000,'
AAll nnn.fiftll nf ftlG whnlft. Yet thO
holders of tho bonds would get their full
value and, therelore,- no ono womu
suffer. It is one thing to manufacture
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currency to pay iuo ucuh uuU
nnnthpr to uao tho outstanainz currenuv
cancel tho debt, or a portiorlof it
"why are G per cent, bonds worth only
74 in gold, in on? Because they
nrAriH nnlff 110. lnpludin!? interest.
r Nw Yorjj in currenCy wh;cu
or in gold, when wo can do it easily and
time, to the holders oi inoso uouub, m.x
full market Talue, and more than ihty
. a d dcal of forco ;n
th(j GazcU(ss illustration. No ex-
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COptlOll IS Or lias DCCn Ullten lo mu
courso of tho Secretary of tho
Trnjiqiirv imvin' nn irroonuacics at
j j o i j ..I
lllOir uupruciutuu vuiuv m-
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11 nil bucii uu uAiiiuuiu,
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uaii bih,uui.iSiu j x. ;-
tri-CSS, tllO UazeUcmuy eil lmjuiii.
c -x l ..x v- xl.n viirnmTifc
if lt IS llOllCSt for tllO gO crnment
to redeem greenbacks at seventy-
four CClltS in cold, would it not be
honest in tho Pl'ivato debtor to 1"C-I
noncst in uiuwMtaiu
deem lllS ODIIfratlOns comiuuiuu m orpay. To.be run on me nrstuayoi me rtgu
c . ,b . lar Fall Meeting of 1871. Ten or more to fill.
i iinmvfi!itfi(i naner currciiuv.
the J0hl ValllO Of this Currency at
tliA rail' t in debt Was COlltraCteU.
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XliO UaZCire IIUS curuiimj gu"
Radical assailants in a tignt place.
rn. . i:
xlic uoeilinu ui puu
catcd b' the Gazette would, during
flu? late nohtical canvass, have
been pronounced repudiation even
hv tli!it. tifinnr. but now it
inquires, when our bonds are sell
ing in London at. seventy-four cents
in gold, "Why, then, should wo
break our necks in an elfort to pa'
a debt at one hundred cents on the
dollar, or in gold, when we can do it
easily and honestly at seventy four
to eighty; giving, at the same time,
to the holdcis of those bonds, then-
full market value, and more than
I Sorl of consisfencv. chare those
J who favor redemption of tho fivo
twentv bonds in greenbacks witl
gxant a.w the jhihsouki sena
TORS HI P.
The Missouri Senatorship is like
ly to give the Radicals some trouble.
It appears lhat they had the mat
ter fixed up lhat Gen. Carl Schurz
was to succeed Mr. Henderson, but
this little game is about to bo spoiled.
There comes from AVashington a
secnungry well founded report t.iat
Gen. Grant desires Mr. Henderson's
re-election. His opposition to Carl
Seh n rz is based upon objections ex
tending far back to the time when
Grant commanded the Department
of the Mississippi. The President
elect is reported as having said that
Schurz is an adventurer, having no
claims lo thuvoflice. This report
gains jilausibility from the move
ments of certain Missouri politicians
noted in tho following dispatch to
the Cincinnati Gazette :
St. lions, Dec. 2S. Senators Ilener
ann and Drako have arrived here from
Wnuhington, and have been in close con
sultation all day, in reference to tho "Bena
toriul question. Gen. Loan, the Ucpro
pcrtiitive fronitlio neventli district, caino
with them, hut wcntdirectly homo to Kl
.Iocph. Itia asserted in it letter from a
well informed source in Washington, that
llicdo gentlemen have formed :i combinai
tion for the defeat of Uen. tiuhurz for the
United Stated Senate, and that they have
come here to work against his clec
etion. This ansertion is borne out by the
maneuver.)', of Drake and llenderaon
since their arrival. As matters stand
now, there will bo a desperato struggle
for tho mastery during the coming three
weeks. It is stated that Col. Henjamin,
representative from tho eighth district is
in this ring, and will lend his influence
against Gen. Schurz, but of this there is
as yet no positivo evidence. The great
effort will be to prevent a Kadieal caucus
and bring the election directly before the
Legislature, but the prospects for this are
The fact that Drako and Love,
who are as Radical as men well can
be, are co-operating with Uender:
son, is pretty conclusive upon two
points : that Schurz is not wanted
in the Senate by the incoming ad
ministration, and that Henderson's
course touching the impeachment
of President Johnson is not now
regarded with the disfavor it was
in the first Hush of the chagrin
and indignation the inipeaehers
felt at the acquittal of the President.
It would be a curious commentary
upon the reading of Henderson out
of the Republican part)- by the
Radicals for his course on the im
peach mont question, should he be re
turned to the Senate through tho
influence of Gen Grant and by
l?aI it ill yotoM. 1Trin,TTMr,rrrinrai
170R THE VEAR 1S. OR LONGER. A
Jc good Ilrlolt House, four room, with 3Vj
arres of ground attached, suitable for garden,
situated on Nulensville pile, half a uiilo from
Apply at Boot and Shoe htore, corner or
Church and Market streets. .,
declM ,t J A M ES W. II AM ILTON.
FOE R IE 3ST T
EHICK HOUSE ON SIIMMKt STREET,
adjoining Cumbriland Church, with six or
ec en looms. Price iOoO- Apply to
CALLENDER k GARKETT,
14 Cherry street.
dcc2Tt Maxwell lipase.
WRW A TVT!T?.rPTS'R WTmVTTS
A JL gABBIED WAN. HA VINO some
ppiying at una oiuce.
Alnit come with good recommendations.
THIRD ANB LAST DAT
Wammnth fili-.BiT.Gr Sales
iiooti ana Bhoes. Urygoodi, uiotmag. eie.
Lunch at ii o'clock. dec3Ut
rn,rt m A;orjat, A0enn;ntinn
x uo J.QUUI auiuuuu IX .uuu.wuuu
HOLD A ItKQULAIt MEETING,
YV at the Rooms of tho Tcnnessra Agrienl-
'A0"0' NashTlUe- J Q0'S"' M 11
... . .
ai wnicn lime auu pinceau xuii nut uo m'
upon tho Culture or Slecs. Other important
)....inaii will hn trflnEU! ftfl.
Members, and an mieresteu in wo cuuure ui
Bees, are requested to db present.
1. xi. UAOiuiit. rrcsiucut.
S. S. Hu. Secretary. dec31 It
BloOtl IfOl'SC ASSOCiatiOIl.
vnT.T.mvTNfi stakf.s ahe PRO
I n ln run l.ir nVfr the IHftNIITillO
Course, accoiding to the rules of the Blood
r i " nMinnnt Kldlic." W. the sub
scribers, agree to run a sweepstake in the fall of I
....... 1 ' . 1 I.- 1 r:.a 1 1. n V, r n n T'nnra I
100J. WllU CUIUS UUU UIHW3.H1BU ili.vw ju.iu wu.
two miles ana repeat, eiuu entrance. iiuj w1
. To be run on mo munu uey oi me regular
1 Mooting of ltC9. To name and close the
r inn ikjii. An nr inorB lo uii.
A. Cheatham will donate to the abovo
and tho Association will also aaa
four subscribers Gen. A. IJufnrJ. Maj.
No. Merc,IBnU, Pos, Stake.-F.r
au es. two mile heatf, $iou entrance, play or
ry To be run on the third da7 of the regular
&$tm& the lst dsy Df
Thn merchants of Nashville to add one S'.OtO
S2C0 to the second norso.
Nov three nulismhars limcrnl A. llulord.
Messr,. Richards & iiilgour and Kirkman &
h niiitnckv stnito." Te. thoun-
i." .i . . i,l. : nil
0r 180, with colts and nines men three years
OIU. two mil buu iCRKai, iw Buuau.
i or pay. to do run on me nrstanyoi tnoregu-
lr Fall Meeting .on. Ten or more to fill.
Association to add ou. 0 name ana cioso me
1st dnv of AurnsL 18Gi.
N - snbscribers-Col. Balio Teyton.
uen. A. JJulord, uoi. u. xj. iiunt, uen. y. u.
I jjarjinEr Messrs. Buckner & Settimers. Rich-
"ds & K.igour and .ob ivard.x.sq.
No. 4. "Tennessee StaUo "-We, the un-
I .1 rrr n1 n rrrAN (n HIT1 f fiW lf ll JlL t in thn fall
of 1871. with colts and fillies then threo years
0id. two miles and repeat, J100 entrance, play
The Association to add $500. To name and
Now nino subscribcr3-C61. Balio Poyton.
Mnhinson. Messrs. Richards i Kilnour. Uen. W.
G. Harding. CapUO. P. Beard. H P. McGrath.
Km., and .eb. Ward, Esq.
I Kntriiw tn bn AllilrftSScd lo
w.n. JOHNSON. President;
P.H.Tho regular Spring Stakes and pto-
grammewiii be published m duo time. (
B. P. JENKINS,!
Successor to Tom Wells. .
3J North Market St.,
AM IN RECEIPT OF T1IF.
OILS, PAINTS, COLORS.
Cigars, Tobacco, Wines and Liquors,
ever brought to tbia market, nnd will sell FOR
CASU at a'tlight adrunco on Eastern cost.
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
Ail goods sold warranted to give satisfaction.
It. T. JENKINS,
Proprietor of Jenkins' Stomach Bittees,
Market street, opposite Unicn,
SIGN OF MAN AND .M0RTF.R.
nov22 3m Nantivllle, 'I run.
UnrUol I O incuironcyor coin received.
subject tn check saiueaswilh
be City National Bank. The
ntlenti.m uf both City uuil
Country Depositors is called
to our bauking hours, OiA.
M. ( n 1. St..) ottering
greater facilities lor tho trans
action of businois tb n nny
other bank in ttie city.
nnil ilnf.ireil 1'itttal Currcnrv.
(Ireenbacksand Nat'nal Hank
nu'cs received at par 1 bin
JennCSSeC siato and u. p. bop
hand fer inimtdiat i delivery
to purchasers. I
Tele fframS or tho slate nf tho New York
(ol.l. Moclt and Cotton
market constantly rcc ivtd.
and on I. lo lor tne uso ol ctis
r i i rM
b0 0. O Ver. Southern' Money. Land
Warrants, Bank, lnsurapco
and miscellaneous Stocks
and Bonds bought and cold.
FOREIGN Exchange on different i lares
in Kng and. Ireland. Scotland,
Germany, Franco, Italy, HMi
tia. Belgium, Holland, etc:,
sold in sums to suit. (
ReVenUe StampS atGovemmentratcs
af discount, to Coun
ty. Chancery and Cir
cuit Court Clerks,
Postm sters, etc j
Office Hours from 8 A. H, to 5 P,
JAN. , OtJDEN, I'res
:it AS. T, WIMl, Ciwli'r.
decL7 tf ,
"MAS ONrC 'V I-J HI L 1 li,'
81 Church Street, Naihville, Teon.
rpHE "CHICK BRING" 1'IANO WAS AC
1 knowlclged. at tho" Paris Exhibition,"'in
Hi'.T to bo tho best Piano in the world. Ono of
the best of there instruments over brought; to
Nashville, has just been received by mc. Cull
and soe it. I
The "1'AYLOR .t FARLEY" ORG AN is fast
superseding all other Reel InstiuinnnU. A
large ono on exhibition at tho "Emporium.'
A varb ty of other first-class PIANOS and
ORGANS always on hand, together with all
kinds or other Musical Merchandise. , f
I have jut added ti my former well selected
stock of SHEET MUSIC, a large variety" of
Tuning and Repairing done lo order sahsfae
toiily. ' dre'tO lw
W. II. TnNi.s.T,
Boc. Wooj Rioor,
Trigg County, Ky.
TURNLEY & WOOLRIDQh,
G-neral Oommisaion Merchants,
NEW YEAR'S BALL
Will bo giren ry tho
At tho Courthouse, on Friday cveulnr.
Jan. 1, 1869. The beet bind in the city will
be in attendance. . .
Tlt'tihli?, admitting gentleman and ladies,'
Ono dollar. dtcSO 3t.
NEW YEAR BALxL.
ON NEW EAR'S NIGHT. THE "Cnlvory
Ccmetenr ANgocintlon" will civo a
Ball at the SCHOOL HOUSE, on Vine street,
which thy intend to be one of the best over
siren in Nashville, or elsowhore, tho proceeds
to be given to Bards adorning tho now Caiholio
TIUK tab -Admitting a gentleman and Indies,
One dollar. dec29 U -
LAST CALL FOR 1868.
YEATMAW, SHIELDS & CO.
WILL SELL THURSDAY MORNING,
December 31. at 10 o'clock, a ireneral
variety of Drygoods, Clothing, Hats, with the
usual compliment of Fancy Articles, Hosiery,
White Goods, Notions, etc., to make an at
tractive sale, d KU JX
HAT! HAY!! HAY!!!
3QQ BALES PRIME TIMOTOY.
just re:cived. For rale low.
We want to buy
and will pay the highest market price.
decDO 3t MASSENGALE & CO.'
AT AUCTION, IN EDGEFIELD. .
ON THURSDAY. THE 31bt DECEMBER
at 10 o'clock. A. U-. I will rest to the hicrh
cut bidder, for one vear. commcncinc on Fit
Timrn fltrnnf.. ThrnA Ilni3sei in rear of Pitts' Bta
bio; Five Houses on Tulipstreet; Three iionscs
ob sycamore street ; xaree nouses on xiicnory
T" "'' ? "f ?i7
street; ono Store-room on Hickory street.
payable in advance each month for ten months.
Reference roauired as to respectability of oc
cupants, if strangers.
Tom Chunk, Auctioneer. dec30 td
Taxes and Insurance.
TWO SPLENDID STORES, WITH ELE
eant fixtures, and ,
TWO SUITS (3 each) COMMODIOUS ROOMS
lit AIIcu'm lllock, Cliureli (St. for R nU
.A.NDKKSUJN, JUUMSUiN J. SJU1I1.
CROUCH & ELDER
HAVE ON HAND AND
. will receive b twocn now and .
E Kbly II rati ofJIInrcs mid SIiiIcm,'
which will be sold LOW to the trade.
SalO Of Government HOTSeS.
MURPnY & BRADSHAW WILL SELL ON
Thursday morning, December 31, at 10
o'clocs, on tho Public Square, two Black Horses,
also, ono Bay Horse, the property of the Frecd
Titles guoil. Kale positive.
FOR THE MII4I.IOIV,!
(BALTIMORE AND NORFOLK.) '
jgY THE CAN. KE(1. ETC.. ETC..
.. j WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Orders from dealers and others promptly
J. II. 0'CONNELL i CO..
113 Church St., St. Cloud Building.
RICHARD II. WRIGHT,
Dealer in all kinds of
H'ea tl. e r b 11 iird 1 11 fr.
Six-h aihl nt. Louisville l'rtce List.
No. 2!l Cedar street, and corner of Broad and
Uign street. aeczi 11
P. II. IKK.VCII.
K. n. RICHARDSON.
FRENCH, ANDERSON & CO.,
71 South Market Street,
NASHVILLE, - - - - TENxN ESSEE
Exclusiri agents of Messrs. Wird & Bricos,
Lessees of tho Tennessee Penitentiary, for tho
sale of their Agricultural Implements, Castings
and cedar u are. sepiu..m
Important to Bankrupts.
rmiE TIME FOR FILING PETITION BY
X those who can not pay fitly per cent, of
their debts will expire
On tlin Last liny or Ileef niber.
nnd as tbo extension from last June was ob
tained with difficulty, it is not at all probable
that the timo will be further extended. Peti
tioners satisfying the Clerk of their inability lo
deposit tbewholoof tho one hundred dollars be
fore Jan. 1. will he allowed tofilo their petitions
uDon navinent of a sum sufficient to cover im-
meJia'o expenses, thus saying the limitation of
the statute, ana anordizg tlicm time to com
plete I be deposit.
decir,15t Ij. It. CAMPBFLL. Clerk;.
IV THE niSTKlCr COURT OF THE
HiVITED JJTATES, FOR THE
.1IIOOI.K DISTRICT OF
In the matter ofBhkruhtcy of David M. Al
len. R.T.Mathews. C. C. Cum mine". W. M.
Pollock, W. A. So well. R. II. lior and Har
rison A Kirk, Bankrupts.
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY GIVES
A notice, that on tho 2d day of January, 1W.
at the Courthouse door, in tho town of Spring
field. Teun.. ho will sell nubliclv tn the highest
bidder, for cash, all the porsonal property of
David Al. Alton, a. x. ;m at news, u. c uum
mings.W. M. Pollock, W. A. Sowell. R. 11.
Iior and Harrison .t Kirk.
A. K. GARNER, Assignee.
ivth: w o o o i s
Hugh Douglas & Co.'s,
53 Public Square,
WE ARE NOW RECEIVING A VERY
largo and desirable stock of New Win
ter (iooilH, full and complete in every de
partment, to wh'ch we carneaUy solicit the nt
enlion of retail merchants generally.
HUGH DOUGLAS Si CO.
Nashville. Tcnn . Dec6 lm.
Grocdr and Commission Merchant,
1'BOItlICE AMI l'itllVI.Md.VS,
1SOAT AMI ItAIt STOKF.fi
an ilia. Cordage, Oakum, Homp and Unm
Packing, Lidseed. Lard Lubricating Oils,
Corner lirouil and Front Streets,
NASHVli.l.i:, TEX N ENS V. E.
50,qpO BURLAP SACKS.
HAVING HIE AGENCY OF THE EM
piio Jag Manufactory of New Y'ork. I
shall keep a large supply Qt the best 'tualily of
(mAiN SACmS, and am able to TarniUi the
1 RAD Eat very reduged rates. Grain dealers
will nlcasc give mo a call.
Comer Uroad and Front Streets,
dcc6 3m Nqahville. Tenn.
STANDARD COAL OIL.
tT K ARE TBEP REDT0SUPPLV THE
V V trade with any arrount of our .EX1 KA
IlrtAMt of Coal Oil,
"THE LaBELLxE. "
Wogparantoe the L'aBelle and theTeunes
noc II iteljutt.srCo,' brands to be above
the State requirements, vii : '
120 nEGItEES FIRE TEST.
Price list at the same figures as the same de
gree ot oil in Cincinnati. Orders respectfully
solicited. Office, No. 6 MAXWELL HOUSE,
Nashillli. WALKKKA WALKER.
decO lm '
FEMALE ACADEMY !
ITIIIE'aNNUAL MEETINO OF THE 6TOCK
JL hntders:of ibe Nashville Female Academy
will' be held at the Countirrr-r nnm nf V. T.
Berry Co., In Nashville. nn.Aionday. Janua
ry 4. 1809. W. y KLL1ST0N,
THREE MONTHS AHEAD
Choice Spring Patterns
arj: now. being opened
W. FREEMAN & CO.,
dec23 tf 15 North Col!t Ko Sirrrt.
3L. T.' (3- TJ 2ST 1ST.
XT AS RETURNED AND RE-
l 1 i
L turned the uraeticeof his nrn-&"
fessian. at No. SO I'mlar Hlrot.,itJTT
between Cherry and Summer, Nashville. Ten
New Furniture "at Cost.
i. T A M B L E,
No. 45 North Market Street,
DESIRING TO RETIRE
from hi:! present business.
will now sell AT Osr,
Elegant Stock of Furnituro,
Parlor Sets, Itcd-room Seta,
Maxblo Top Itnrcaiiti, very fine,
Wardrobes, Hofos, Chairs,
Marble lop Tnblrs, all stilos.
together with .all other articles of Furniture
usually kopt by first-class Furniture Uouscs.
I mean what I fay, as I am determined to of-
icr unusual inducements to purchasers.
WKT. P. DORTOH,
Corner of College '.d Union Sfrceif,
NASHVILLE, ' ENNE5SEE;
DEALER IN PURE DRUGS, MEDICINES.
Paints. Oils, Varnishes, Dye Staffs. Win
dow Qlass, Putty, American and imported Co
loencs. Handkerchief Extracts, and PnmAilcx.
Combs, Brushes and Toilet Articles generally,
in endless variety; handsomo Toilet Sets, Vases
and cigar stands.
JT US' JK2 TEAS.
We claim U have the most superior Teas over
brought to thlsJi tkct. Also, best Cocoa and
Cigars and Tobaccos
of the finest brands.
Fine Wines, Brandies and Liquors
for medical use.
MR. E. K. flOODEET will ba found at this
house, and will take great pleasure in waiting
upuu ui. uuuioiuu. .ncnus.
R. A. O. GOOMET'S
Houck's Vegetable Panacea,
EYE SAI.VE AND OIKTJIE.tT.
rpilE ABOVE MEDICINES ARE PRE
JL pared with great care, under the nersonal
supervision of E. E. Uooolkt. an experienced j
Druggist, son 01 tne late ur. uoodiet, wno has
been associated for a number of years with his
father in their manufacture. The public aro
assured that they will bo preparedwiththesame
care as heretofore.
The above remedies have stood the test
throughout the Southern country for tho last
thirty years, and aro to-day more popular than
Tho Panacea is justly celebrated for the cure
if nnnnoin n ii nu.nn t wm a i'.. l.i. (V.i,n
vSfih'r-A'iiff ":IiiiBtar J"' 1 .?rt!",rn
Cough. Croun. DiBiculty of Breathing, Shortness
ot iireatn, erysipelas, jtleaslcs, scarlet Fever.
Scurvy. Scrofula. Pile.. Piinnlesof tho Face
and all Diseases ot tho Skin. Nervous Affec
tions, and all diseases arising from a disordered
stomach or an impure state uf the blood.
For Sale by all respectable Druggists.
Retail price of Panacoa.- -..-Sl CO per bottle.
" " Ointment.....- f
" " Eye Salve ........ 25
Liberal discount to tbo trade,
ille. Tcnn.. Dec. 22-ly
WE HAVEREM AININ0 ON HAND SOME
Dinner, Tea and Chamber Sets
which wo did not succeed in closing out ut our
several Auction sales. These goods we will sell
from now until January 1, at reduced rates, as
they must be sold.
We aro'now prepared to give tl.o
our undivided attention. Merchants, please
giro us a call.
All parties having balances on onr books for
purchases previous to October 1, ISiX, must set
tle during the month of January, 180VI, or they
will be sued upon.
c .urn EI I. a- SPIKE.
dcc23 If 7S Publio Square.
EWING & CO.,
VV liolesale Grocers?
Non. II AND IS 9IAIIKET NT.,
JAVE IN SI0RE AND TO ARRIVE
250 Hogsheads Sugar,
00 Refined Hard and Soft Sugars.
1000 Hags Coffee.
SCO Barrels Whisky and Liqnor,
3j0 Ban els Molasses and Sirups,
11X10 lSoxo Oyster;,
) Casks Soda.
0 Packages Mackerel,
1000 Boxes Candles,
COO Boxes Soap,
100 Cases Sardines,
3-0 Packages Raisin:,
1!00 Boxes Cheese,
which, with a large lot of Canned Goods. Gro
cers' Drugs, Woodon Ware, Vinegar, Teas. Ci
gars. Snices. Tobaccos, etc., tboy offer TO THE
TRADE ONLY, at as low pricos as any- Nash
ville Merchant mill hh l.iit.sville or Cln
eii.iiull. freight nilile.1. dcc3Jin
SAML..M. MUEPflY &C0
Hoe. 17 and 19 West Columbia St-,
CI IV CI IN IV ATI .
DISTILLERS OK COLOGNE SPIRITS. AL
cobol and Domi-stifi Liuiiors. Dealer." In
Bourbon and Rye Whiskies. Proprietors of the
celebrated brand of Oranso Valley Whiskoy..
CRXS. U. BUCHANAN. L.lFXYx'TtE LlBOIIE.lCX.
WHOLrSlI.F CKALER3 II
Fine Bourbon & Rye Whiskies
And Proprietors of iho Celebrated Brand of
" STAR BOIJItBOX,"
Nos O and li ' Mnl.llc EniHllnp.
sepl tf CINCINNATI.
Edgefield Omnibus line.
ON AND AF1ERTHIS PATE. OMNIBUSES
Nashville City Transfer fonipaiiy
ill run as follows r '
Leave Toll Gate at 7:15. hlf and ll:ft .. u.
Leave Siuate at 3:15, 10: 15 and llfcO) A. M.
Leave Toll Gate ut 15 and 4: 5 r. u.
Leave Square at .J0and 5:30 r. u.
v m SAM. J. LITTLE. Sup't,
Nashville, Tenn . Dec-24-lm
manufactory fok saie.
WE OFFER FjR SALE ONE 0? THE
. I best inducements ever offered to capital-
lsts, consisting of a Steam Enrinn. with
Tarietrof Machiaerr.ronaired in tha.bMlnesA.
nnd en.nn.hlA nT mannffiMitenn, rm einrfiAu
AtL OUR GOOD1 AT COST.
ON ACCOUNT OF I jSE OF THE PART
nerS TPtirini frnm Rrn. nvanmv.r
fenng our largo and well selected stock of
ItEAOT-JlA.DK CEOTU1NQ and
Seats' Furnisbhig Goods,
us, rarpet Bush, gntcliels, etc.,
At Cost Pa-ices-
f r assortment includes all tho latest and most
i hionable stylos of Clothinc. w mm n,I
I' ys. together with a largo stock of Cloths. Cas-
l ocres and Vestings. We mean what we say.
. dare determined to offer onr stock from this
time forward at a great sacrifice. Now is the
lime 10 purcaaso encap nothing.
WANTI5D-MAN AND WIFE. A MAN
if and his wito (colored), without children,
can hear of a rood home for ihn balnncA nf thin
anu next year, by calling at the Uniox xd
Nono need apply that cannot come well re-
commenueq. declT tt
FOB ZESZBlsTT '
J? TWO fiEI.I.ARS
and several OFFICES, in my build! ne on Cedar
sircei. - Alj.vil J. rvUTKK,
Commercial Insurance Office.
dcc!5 2 it 33 S Collcgo street.
MRS. P. J Mo NULTY,
MILLINER. DRESS ND 0 -OAK MAKER
No. 10S Kortu rolloe Street.
TTAS JUST RECEIVED A NEW STOCK OF
JLjL Bonnets, Hats and Trimmings ottho latest
styles, all ot which will be sold at tho very
lowest prices. deoij-tt
Cash for Cotton Seed.
Farmers Save Your Cotton ''ecd.
WEwill pay the Highest
et 1 n; x- .u rt t
and lurnisn bags to snip n
all seasons of the year.
J. F. O'SHAUGHNESSY&CO.
decl5 3m 31 Market street.
Election of Directors.
mnu ihmiti I. urvcrrnv uno nrow
77 a . ... . . " . .
the Office of the Comnanv. Nn. It Maxwell
House, Nashville, on Friday, tho first day of
x, u. .-ii x as u ill, Dec y.
Nashville. Dec. 35. 1863. 2w
A NEW STOCK
Fiirman, Green & Co.,
No. 40 Fublic Square,
xYnsUvillc, Temio s.sec.
WE ARE NOW RECEIVING A LARUE
I TTrpli inrl Rpi ?nn n hi f frnnri?
rresn ana OeaSOnaDie UrOOas.
I T ..... . ....
I In addition to our usual and oxtensivo assort-
pemoi uniiauuun eic.,we
navo a superior stock of
EXTRA pjjjj JJOESKIN JEANS
. . ., , TI
t or Merchant Tailors Uso.
Also every description oniea-y dood fo
Plnutatlon I'aruosci. eonsistina of Plai
Osnaburgs. Plaid Linscys. Kerseys. Heavy Jeans.
Minerva and Beverlv Twills, all of which we
will sen at
VERY LOW PRICES
TO TIIjU TItAVF,
Previous to our removal, January 1, 1369, to
NO. 1 HICKS BLOCK,
Corner cf College street and the Squaru, tNoi th
We respectfully solicit a call from City and
FfJRMAN, GREEN Jfc CO.
Ht W, HASL0CK,
IVo. 10 PnlilFc Square,
WOULD CALL Tin. ATTENTION OF
Physicians and the public generally to
1113 iicsu ana enlarged seock oi
Drutrsu Cliem!ctt, Flnhl EIrnclH. nil
KiniiM or l'alcnt nellrlne. Fn.iex
ArtirlcN. I-itlnlH, oils. Win.
ctoiv' (Ilium, -tc.
ANo. on band FongeraV Compound lodinised
Cod Liver Oil. best imported French Brandy
jor mcuicinai purposes, Kau do Colognes or su
Most particular attention imi.l In Ibn Vrt.
l-cription Department, under tho direction of
m r. J. xi. uu nun A It 17.. an experienced Apoth
ceary and Chemist, graduated in Prn-ia.
nov2SSin II. W. II ASLOCK.
CMB ROOK COAL !
Best in the Market
27 rli. per Hntlie!.
Cartage, ... Bl)eiiili.
EVERY LOAD WEIGHED.
LEAVE ORDERS WITH
JOHN MORROW & SON,
naJNortli Mnrlirt Nlrrct.
For Making Steam It lias no luinnl.
READ THE EOI.l l WIRG :
WE, THE UNDERSIGNED. HAVE USED
too C ivstlo Itoek Cl. and would state
from absolute experienco, -it surpasses any coal
that wo have ever used, for heat, cleanliness
and economy, and wo estimate a lire made of it
will last lull fifty per cent, longertban other
coal that we have used.
II. U. Thornton.
Wm. Toeg i li. t Soy.
J. M. TlIATCHKK.
Hust A Co..
T. D. Flip. ix.
It. C. BRiNsmsp.
.M. L. Blanthm.
A. S. Ca. y.
C.lve it i Fnlr Trinl.
WM. II. MORROW, Ag'nt,
decStf .l' Celar street.
Wholesale Storehouse for Rent.
JO 19 PUBLIC SQUARE,
occupied at present, by .Messrs. Fur man. Green
Jt wo Apply tu
ner25lf S- D. MORGAN,
W. S. DUNNAVANT,
ClOXTKACIOlt AND RUII.nElt,
Coc OPlllf.HST. AtpCl'MBHRLANO .iliv.
would r spectfully inform his patrons, tiicndi
and the public generally, that ha has seen re 1
the services of Mr. Geo. W- Hickman as Agent
and Foreman, and is prepared to execute all
kinds of building nnd job work with dispatch
and in a wnrkmanliko manner. I net
1313 6E JTI1S1VD
TnE UNDERSIGNED TAKES PLEASURE
in informing the public nf Edgefield Ibat
tbey have re-opened the above old establish
ment, recently occupied by C. ALTMEYKK.
where will be fojind constantly on hand. Fresh
Bread every evening, nhichwill be delivered
at residences on leaving orders at the Bakery
Cakes of all kinds. Candies of every descrip
tion', and everything usually kept in a
FANOT FAMILY GROCERY.
Orders for Weddings and Tarlies promptly
filled Goods delivered to all parts of the town
frte of charge. GEO. HAZLEWOOD JtSON.
Corner of Woodland and Barrow sts.
I N S U R. A AT G.E.
Marine and Fire
Under the now charter, is nowopen fo besine
AT NO. 41 NORTH COLLEOY StSbeT
Next door ta eon r of Union street
JOSEPH W. &1AAOI, Presldeul ,
A. W. BUTLEKecrolJiry.
John M. aui. Vfatson M. CookN
C. A. R. Thompson. t. Weaver.
Daniel F. Carter. If. K. Griffin.
R, B. Cheatham. John W.Tertasf.
G. W. Uendorshott. A. (1. Adams.
Joeopa W. Aller.
Commercial Insurance Co.,
OFFICE, 39 SOUTH COLLEGE ST.,
NASHVILLE. TENNESSEF. .
Capital - -S1OS)1.0!
Takes Tire. River and Marino Risks at Fair
lt. C.NcXAIKT, PrcH't.
E. U. HICKS, Sec'y.
R.C.McNiirt. James Woons. Jo. Kibkmak.
W. H. Evas.i
XI. U. XiA.MKR. lll-QH J1CUEIX
. W CCSMNOIMV
AT REDUCED IKICEN.
1 O nflO 0F TELLOAY PINE
lVjUUU Flooring, assorted.
tO.000 Feet of Poplar Flooring and Ceilinj.
55.000 Feet of Cedar Flooring.
Weatherboarding. .Moldings, of all klndi.
Also. Uoorff. K.iahiv- lllinrt? Hrnprr? An
JA"? 10 orJer-anJ a" kinds of
I . .....
Orders. &rjamnan?Pil tvitli .Til. flIi nmmntlp
uoeu. IV Art It hilt 3. MUOUK,
, 65 South Uigh street-
declSCm between Church and Broad its
A. & W. R ANNIE,
21 BROAD STEEET,
VTTHOLESALE BAKEKS AND C0NFEC-
I ""5.. masuiaciurers oi an sinus oi
i ineiriarire ana wen :mnrtr
their large and well assorted stock of
Candies and Confectioneries,
all of which have been made of the best mate
rial by competent workmen.
A1ft Inlt .Mviv.il f.iuli l.nvn Tl.l.In. ITT m
Nuts of all kinds. Citron. Lemon Peel, Canned
j;iuiu, i 1 .3, wvmca., uysicrs. oaiuiucz,
etc.. etc. . . 1
Also, a largo and splendid assortment of
iHK.MJU ATx UEKMA3 lUiband Fancy
Articles, carefully selected of the newest pat
Also, a laree assortment of Firework.
Butter. Pic-nic. Soda. Sugar. Aerated and
Cream Crackers, all of which wUl be sold very
Country merchants are respectfully requested
to givo us a call. A. & W. it AriiNlr.
novlT tljanl 21 Broad street.
"INFORMS THKPUPL1COF NASHVILLE
n.nii Miilil ? A Tunniwiflft li i hm it mimnf.
tarinc on an extenmo scalo,
B A. R'H ELS)
W11ISKY BARRELS. IPORK BARRELS.
KE0S, of all kinds and LAUD BARRELS,
Full supply always on hand, and offered as low
as can be bought in this or any other market.
He asks a trial only of the public.
Foetory and Office, corner Madison nnd North
front street Inovil tljanl.
Oldest House, in tile City
Baker, Confectioner and Candy Manufacture
NO. 24 NORTH" MARKET STREET,
LI AS JUST RECEIVED A LARGE AS-
i sortment or fruits, Huts. etc-, including
Raisins. Citrons, Figs, Currants, Dates, Prunes,
together witn a large supply of rrench Con fee
Also, inst opened a )ar?n ..lock of Tova. Fir
York3 and Fatcy Goods, suitablo for holiday
He would call the attention nf tho country
trade to his large assortment or Candies. Con
fections, etc.. all of wbich will be offered at the
very lowest rnces. I no via 2m,
Robert Thompson & Co.,
Steam Cracker Bakery and Candy Works.
IVrOKTIHS 4XD bKlLXES IX
Wines, Liquors and Foreign Frnlls,
CIGARS. TOBACCO. ETC..
3S Noiltli Market SI.. Nashville, Ttnu.
1)UHE SCOTCH AND IRISn WHISKr.
J. Old Pennsilvania Rye and Cauw. Bourbon
and some very superior Robertson County, tur
sale, at low cash prices, by
KOBEKTTUOJU'SON .t CO.,
PORTERS AND ALES, of various brands,
direct importations, and for sale low. by
ROBERT THOMPSON A CO.
rpEAS. of all grades. In all kinds of packages
x lor saio low. oy
ROBERT THOMPSON i CO.
CI0FFEES AND SUGARS always on hand,
' and will bo sold as low ait the lowest.
C1HEE3E A laue and woll assorted stock.
just received and for sale lo.by
nijlir.lll THUairtON i CO.
CANDIES AND CRACKERS, always fresh,
and put up in quantities to suit purchasers.
Firo Crackers. Fiuils of all kind., and nrarlv
every kind of good usually kept in the liae
will ba found at the Store of
I'.OUHtl THOMPSON A CO.
noY2)lf Nn. 35 South Market street,
NO. 6 1VEST FRONT STREET
Foreign Wines and Liquors,
ANO HAVANA CH1AKS,
PIPER II !IIS CK CHA PAUSE,
Vm. Younger A C.VElliiiirff Ale,
Keeps constantlv on hand a large stock ot Pure
Copper Distilled Whisky, of various ages, from
the, most celebrated makes in Kentucky, which
he ftffers for sate in bond o.r tax panl.jti lots to
suit the triil e.
All goods trom this souse warrantoa to oe
For Rent "or Leae.
fTIUREE STORY BRICK i$T0RE-H0USr4
No. 8't Broad, Street,
in good repair. Apply to
n. u. .iexiMi.i . or
declS tljanl CALLHNDEK GARRETT.
Life iissranec Comjwm,
No. 10 Maxwi'U House.
JOHN 5L BASS-
J. W. IIOYTB-
Db; T. A. ATCniSON Consulfg PhysicUil
Ds. S. H. STOUT General Agent,
A Southern Homo Institution.
p5-Issues all kinds of Life and Kmlowment
li!ge on paat favorable tennis IffiayO
FOR CHRISTMAS !
PAUL, TA7EL u. HANKER,
IS UNION iSUtKSvT. .
EIpzantTBliTt Rr (trswa IMksr
J avenge njH for I.illle Folks 1
Good Boobs for Old Follts!
.ttunsln; Rooks Tor Yeung I'olhat
TJaefuI BookH for All kluds of Folks
mthii ( tasttit ereiu
TATSL k HANNBl
These beautiful specimens of art, unsurpassed
by the BEST PAINTINGS, are attracting great
attention, and commanding the admiration of
i'AUL. lAViil. Jt MANNER.
DIARIES FOR 1869 1
A fall supply of all kinds and prices.
PAUL. TAVEL 4 HANNER.
ii Union slreef
A large stock of most beautiful
In elegant calf and morocco bindings. All
largo stock of cheap Bibles.
FAUI'. TAVEL Jt HANNER.
43 Union stre
An assortment, the most varied and .beautiful
ever effered in this market, will be found at
PAUL. TAVEL Jt UANNER'S.
4i Union street.
CHURCH BOOKS !
A stock of the standard works re) atinc to tho
doctrines, history and practices of the Pio
teatant .Episcopal Church, in England and
America- lor sale at
PAUL, TAVEL & IIAXXER'S,
acelG a UNION STREET.
Old Established House.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED AND ARB
I constantly in receiptor a large and Cno
assortment ot all kind or OentteuienV. Boy.'.
Ladies', Missus' and Children's
II.hiIs, Mioe. Kulsnoral-s Unllertt, EIr.
GcnU. Buys and Children's Far. Cassimcre and
.V,Tnl HATS, CAPS. etc.
Whips, Thong. Hosiery. Gloves. Black in j.
Brushes. Thomptninian Medicinesand
B. R. CU ITER GLEAVBS.
Corner Broad and College Streets.
novli3m Nashville. Tenn.
P. P. PP. B. I CLAISORXC
VEiiK & CLAIBOBNE'S
No. 30 fIleSoMrM-I. .Vnih vIMfTeup.
Home Insurance Company, of New
Washington Iasarance Company,
of New York- 730,000
Pbienix Insurance Company, of
iiarii.ru... . I.3UO.000
Georgia Home Insurance Company
Jutna Life Insurance Company, of
dtc 19 tljanl
Sr?Z. TO 'ioo PER. MONTH, OR A COM
I tf mission from which twice that amount
can be made by selling the" latest improved
Family Sewing Machine;
Price SIS. For circulars and terms add-ess
C. BOWEhS .b CO..
rao South Third ?t.. Philadelphia. Pa.
IN ACCORDANCE WITH AN ACT OF TUB
General Assembly of th Statoof Tcnaecseo.
approved December 12. ls.entitlsi an ajt "To
expedite the distnoaiiuu i tne "ffocts of Banks
which have or a .o assignmenU among
their creditor. notice is hereby given to the
t -Idcr or the notes of tho Planters' Bank ot
Tencuuw nt them to the nndersigned
at tno Manic In Nashrills for payment between
now and the first day of January. 1SC9, or they
will be forever barred.
D. WEAVER Trustee.
n d rwMlla-.l .
MY STALLION. LOTTEUY.SIREDBx JOE
Lottery, his dam a Morgan mare: raised ...
Jaspereonniy.Georgiargrandsirs Burgess' Jos
Lottery, from Connecticut, lie is 15--4 banji '
high not grown yet r rears old past; a beauti
fnl chestnut sorrel, and an excellent traveler in
single or uounie natnes. lioctn show Some st '
thelxstcolts in Uiehtate. Apply to
ec5 w3m Barn esvillc, Georgia.
T l l T a m rrr n rn
rpus UNDERSIGNED, BEING FTLLT
piepared for manufacturing hanti.
Door. Utlmlft. inside and out. Pivnt .n.l
Stationary Slats, Frames of every description.
urKxcu, vorciccp, piaiu anu omamentai.
M-i-ifAlniMPJi M nnl.linir. nf all ItIh.I. .....
Boards. Flooring, Poplar and Pine Ceiling
Plank. Weatherboard in g. and Ruiblinr f.r.
rial generally. Also, Builders and Contractors.
All at as low rates as can be imported of equal
quality. Send orders. Punctuality and di-
paten are our ousiness ere oil. OQco and Fac
tory adjoining Nashrilla and Chattanoon. It.il.
road LocoxotiveSheps.Ccdarstreet. Nashville,
Get a Business Education !
RRYA-.T V STItlTTOX'S
AFFORDS A YOUNG MAN THK' MEANS
of thorough inttruetinn in Hook-keeping
Comn creial Law.UomRiereiHl AritniBctie IV-;
manship. Partnership .-ettlemests ami lb
tsiN cf biHinem hy l fwrms ol eorrer' r.cs
and business papers.
Tuition for unlimited time hy scholarship
good in all our se boots, costing J.5U-
Sessions nd night. No vasalbss.
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