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NASH YJLLE, UNION AND, AMERICAN, THURSDAY DECEMBER 31, 1868.
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TTvrrn-xr AT AMT?,"RTfiATfi.
THE DYING TEAK.
FrOmthc old wood, dim and lonely,
Comes a moan;.
There the winds are sighing only,
"Summer"! gone 1"
All the bright and sunny hours,
And the green and leaf bowers.
With the summer's litest flowers.
Are faded now.j
And the brow
Has been twined with dying leaves;
.And the gathering-sbeaves-Tell
ni autumn I here. "
Now the winds so loadly inoanlar '
Through the vales; f
And tho forest trees are groaning
Of decays that swiftly gather.
Of the eoming wintry weather.
Of the snow that like a feather
goon will fall;
And the call
Of death is sighing
Over all the ripp""? breams :
And the Bummer's.lingeiing gleams
Are sadly dying.
it:, (he waIog, waning twilight
Oftbeyear ... , , .
That borers now, all strangely bright,
Bound us here:
An J S"on the year will pass away,
like the light of an autumn day,
Adown old winter's dim highway
To its tomb;
ind the doom
nrthfi nilerit land
Will rest on the bright years flown -,
And the wind! of time will moan
O'er the dreamless band!
THE INSUKKECTIOX IN CCUA AND
It h now said that Spain has no
Wire to dispose of Cuba, and
jould not even consider a propo
rtion coming from her "next best
iend," the United States. Why
ho "d she'i asks the Cincinnati
Jommercial, and then answers its
i5t ilortant ot ncr trans-marme
possessions, mid ba3 been the source
! a great revenue to the govern
ment. It is no mean and insignO
cant possession, cither. With an
area of over thirty thousand square
" miles, a free population of nearly
f one million, and a slave population
' of more than six hundred thousand,
j a soil that produces coffee, tobacco,
1 sugar, cotton, and a hundred valua-
blc varieties of fruitvTUoBe '4mo"un-
ajroftntSnrHiincs of iron, copper,
silver and gold, and arc clothed
with luxuriant forests whose wood i3
ITnmnmn nlilro fnr nan nnil nrnnmcn .
" f. "
jihy should Spain wish to part with
vt.o magniGccnt an estate for any
equivalent which our government
Vwould bo likely to offer? Unlike
J&piost colonial dependencies, Cuba
Vjnibt only pays the expenses of her
' . government, but returns a large
jj revenue to make up the deficit in
' the .annual budget. The customs
3ipts at the port of Havana alone
aountcd in 1S57 to about $37,000,
;00, and during our war were nearly
This dependency is valuable to
Spain in another sense. It affords
worn for the bestowal of the old
' Dons who want ollicial position, and
fannot be accommodated at home.
.The old Spaniards, it is said, engross
all the ollices, and this fact, in con
nection with the enormous taxation
"'vied and collected in the interests
Alio government, and to enrich
j . rutliusvlliuuvca u uiu laiaiiu,
SfePtmay possibly account for the pres-
it troubles ill the island and th
j . .
mrmtng proportions which the in
'"JocrwJion has iQiimol
B'The real producers of wealth in
pba are the Spanish Creoles, who
ially outnumber the class known as
se )ld Spaniards, and who form a
bii'.inuous growing majority-of the
epilation. These Creoles are the
Jjrimlturists and traders in Cuba,
''hqprosperit' of the island, its in
Tnal improvements, and growing
.'tnWrcial importance, are mainly
te th their oncrg' and enterprise,
jjthey are largel- discounted
ap.fi not, dirppflr lipid liv natives I
ji apatn are mviaeu among ami
ponopolized by families of unmixed
y (jliloodJ who can trace their pedigree
"y-cetly- bark to the mother coun
These constitute the really loyal
,elemeit ol tue population. 11 is
'M .. .1. .,!.! ,1. ., l.l.l.l
Spaniird can be found in the ranks
-jf the insurgents, while man' of
5$. 'Bsc (if mixed blood arc so closely
d by marriage and other ties to
oltl lamihes that tncy remain
.'oialdc in tlieir allachmcnt to
ii. I Wc find that the insurrec
liaij its fullest development in
7p;irt of the island where Uie
q Snaniards form the greater
f the population. A-late dis-
announced lliat the planters
Vmriuers were favorably din-
huto the insurgents, and the au-
..rifiiQ tlinmanlvna linva niiffQQfd
main reliance of the rebels
"-Ss"tipon thcigupport given .them by
thel planters and traders of the
TJicsc facts give strength to the
liery that the insurrection or revo-
llion has for it9 primary object lo
live out of authority the aristo
crats who have fed and nourished at
J he expense of the more plcbian
iLissis, or at least to compcll a di-
' vision of the
spoils. Manifestly it
- woulll lie
to the interest of 'Spain to
: concede something to these classes
. t - i . . .
-anil nlentify them with the govcrn-
jment.ot the island. This was not
iSjlto be hoped for while a Uourbqn was
fc the tin YlllP. llllf. Willi n mnrn lili.
k ...... ...v, ...-
Jal government a change of policy
"a the colony might be reasonably
-tieipated. Such a policy would
hi over the Creole population,
tiose attachment to the government
s weakened in proportion as they
ive been deprived ol participation in
,.blic allatrs, and subjected to a tax
'two and a half per cent- upon the
vitiation of their property.
Jviitc revolutionists nave one r-c
nrcc left. The sympathies of the
slaves arc wiui incm, aim y eman
iwpKiny and tMilisting them they can
j;'ciUv augment their elfeclive nuni-
v f. bers, and meet the forces of the
'government upon terms more nearly
. enuul. Emancipation is inevitable
U, at sny rate. It is demanded
Spainy and the pressure of the civ
-iliZCd WOl ld is against tllC continued
V". , .i F - tut- i-i-
jiJUSteilCe Of an institution Which IS,
ana must ever be,5a- reproach and
abomination. In'e. Strugglo now
in progress one pArty or Uie other
will titimalely resort to emancipa
tion, andstttis for tho insurgents to
consider whether they ought not to
avail themselves of any moral or
matcrial advantages that may be de
rived from the act.
As Spain will not transfer her
right in Cuba, there can be no doubt
that she will put forward all her en
ergies to maintain her authority,
and, failing in that, will secure the
adherence of the people and contin
ued territorial possession. This
she will be able to do if she docs
not push her attempt at conquest
too far, and so drive the insurrec
tionists into either "a declaration of
independence or annexation to the
United States. In any evenf , there
fore, the United States are not likely
to proflt by the civil convulsion, for
we have but feeble assurance of any
such admiration for our sj'stem of
government on the part of any class
es of the people as to give ground
for the hope that they will prefer
political alliance with us to indepen
dence, or a modified relation with
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Louisville and Nashville
It A I IE OAD.
FALL SCHEDULE, 1868.
CO.HMKM'lN N'OYHHIir.K 8, lltl.
Trains will run as follows :
Leave Nashville .... B-lo A. M.
:SO P. M.
4-.m A. M.
Arrivo at Louisville!- l:3t 1. M.
linthTrains make direct connection at Louis
ville with the Jeffersonvillo Kailroad lr St,
Louis, Chicago, Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Balti
more, Washington, Philadelphia, and New ork
Morning Train trom Nashville connects witb
United Slates mail line rteamers leavini; Louis
ville at 4:00 p. M., connecting at Cincinnhti with
earlymorning trains East, Baooaok chxckeo
from Nashville to St. Louis. Chicago, Cincin
nati, and all principal Kastcrn cities.
Mf The 0::u p. u. Train from Nashvill
does not run on SUNDAY.
Gallatin Accommodation Train leavos Galla
tin at D:lft A. M., arriving at Nashville at
11:43 A. M. Returning, leaves Nashville at
3U5 P.M., and arrives at ftallatin at tii'Jii P.M.
Genl Saperintendeat L.tN.R. R.
mar 3 ly
To Planters and Shippers of Cotton.
WE ABE NOW PREPARED IK OUR
largo and commodious Brick Warehouses
on Clark and Church streets, to store, ship and
sell all eotton entrusted to us, at the exceeding
low rate of ONE DOLLIK PK BALE.
No commissions charged for selline, and no ad
ditional chatee on storage lor six months. All
cottSn insured unless otherwise instructed. We
are prepared te make liberal advances on cot
ton shipped to our friends in Liverpool, New
Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Cincinnati
and New Orleans, at regular bank rates or iuf
terest.and without any charge of commission
for advancing. '
We respectfully rolicit a liberal share of your
EOT20 tf FBKSfCIt A BBOWlf.
Attention, Ootton Shippers!
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T) ESPECTFUIiL Y INFORM THEIR
JX lriends and the public generally, that ,thcy
are Drcparcd and
Wilt IlAEtdle Cut (on ns Low an Any
XtCBpUBSIUlO IIUUHO ID II1C KllJ.
BAGGING, ROPE AND TIES,
Of every description, as I-otv as the Lowest
Cash advanced on Cotton consiened to their
friends in Cincinnati, New Orleans, New York
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shippers 20 per cent, on all freights to New
l one or uoston. novis it.
Nashville and Chattanooga
R AI LK OAD.
CliaiiffO of" 'Jinxo.
2PASSEN0ER TRAINS WILL LEAVE
Nashville daily, as follows:
Dny Trnln................. ............0:15 A.M.
NiKlit 'irnlu . G:30 1M.
Making dire'et connection at Chattanooga with
the Western and Atlantic Railroad for Atlanta,
Macon. Columbus, West Point, Augusta. Sa
vannah and Albany, Georgia: hufaula. Mont
gomery and Mobile, Alabama: Charleston ami
Columbia, soair, varotina: jynsMBgioniv"
lottr and llalelgh, North Carolina, and inter
or rail route to
passengers bare cnoico of water
KnoxvlIIe, ltrlHtol, I.j-nrlibnrsT, Fe-
ici-HbuiTr, icicBiuonu, MonuiK,
WrtNhlnfjrtoa City, Balti
more, rullndelplilu iiud Aew Yoru,
will mako direct connections by taking the C:30
r. v. Train out of Nashville.
THIS IS TIIE SHORT ROUTE
to Washington City, Baltimore, Philadelphia
and New xork.
FARE AS LOW AS ANY OTHER ROUTE.
Baggage Checked Through.
Palace Sleeping; Cars on all Night Trains.
Leaves Nashville .. .30 P. M.
Arrives at Wartrace . . 7:20 P. M.
Leaves Wartrace-...- .6:00 A. M.
Arrives at Nashville . 10.00 A. M.
Passencren for McMinnville and Manchester.
Winchester and Alabama or Jasper Branch
Railroads will take the Day Train out of Nash-
vine. j to. muaast
W. L. DAN LEY, Superintendent..
O. T. Agent- novI7 tf
FRESH GROCERIES 1
No. 6 North College Street,
(Successor to Weakley & Yarbrougb,)
IS JUST IN RECEtPTOP A'FRKSU STOCK
of Groceries and Liquors, consisting in part
2 hhds New Orleans Brown Sugar.
10 " " Clarified Bugar.
10 M " Doroer.ira Snrnr.
1(0 bgs choice Rio Coflfce.
20 bbls uoldcn Sirup.
21 " Crushed Sugar.
25 " Powdered Sugar.
60 hlf-bbls Ma'kcrcl. lusortcil.
Ii Obexes Soap.
200 " Star Candles.
H0 " Starch.
100 " Cove Oysters.
10O casks Soda.
55 boxes hoda, 1 lb. papers.
50 dozen Brooms.
100 " Painted Bucket.
101 endjie assorted Tens.
boxes Alustard, assorted sizes.
M) " Rnmlord's Yeast Powders.
10 bbls Blacking.
25 cases Kichrilson'rf KTiifftii..
15J boxes Pickles.
HO.O OCiears. assortsd hnnJ.
W bbls Magnolia Flour,
imj jiiaeK liici; Hour-
5J boxes theuse.
Wrapping I'npor, Fepppr Nimco,
Wines . LIaiiorK.
All of which will be sold eheap fcr CiSii only.
In store a small lot of Mess Mackerel, as Gne
as ever brought to this market.
R Li. WEAKLEY,
novl2 If No 6 North College street.
J. LUMSDEN & CO.,
MANOTIOTUBIES 1ND DtALIES IX
No. aa S. MARKET STREET. No. Xt
NAHI1 VILLI., TKSNESHF.E.
Nafilivillo and Northwestern
R.A.I LR O A D.
ON AND AFrER NOVEMBER 21. 1SC3,
Passenger Trains will run as follows :
T.nnirn Noslirilln xt 5:00 A. U.
Arrivo at Union Cit7 at . -5: r. m.
Arrive at Hickman at -wl M-
Connecting at Union City with the Mobilo and
Ohio Kailroad, and at llicKinan wun me aicm
phis and St. Louis Packet Steamers for to.
liunbiia, Cairo, Chicago. Ml. Irfinlt and
all tho principal points in the West and North
west .TIKHI'IIIS I'ASSE.VHEIt.
Leave Nashville at
Arrive at McKenxie at.-..
Union City at
" Hickman at
3:10 r. M
KkW p. m
.. 12:15 a. u,
- G:25 a. u
1:20 a M
rinnnp.'linr ut Humboldt and Memphis vfith
Trains for Urcniiiln, Cauton, JncUKon,
Vicufthiirzr, Aew Urlpaunana intormeai-
Memphis passenger docs not run on Sanday.
Passengers will notico that this is the short
routo to Memphis, New Orleans, Cairo, St.
Louis and the Northwest.
Tickets Hold nml ItngKnge obneked
ttiroiiKU loall linporlnut polnlN.
Faro an In vi nx any ronle.
TinVfita fnr nalo at the Citv Transfer Office.
Maxwoll Building, Church street, and at the
Nnshvillo and Chattanooga Depot.
A. L. LANDTS.
Oen. Agent N. A N. W. R. R.
W. L. BANLKV. r
(leneral Ticket Agent- fnov22 tf
R. H. G-ROOMES & CO.,
AND DRALKK3 IK
METALLIC BURIAL CASES
OFFICK No. 42 NORTH CHKRRY ST.
WILL ATTEND TO ALL FUNERALS IN
the city and surrounding country, with
first-class Hearses, including a beantltul
HEARSE FOIl CHILDREN.
Carriages furnished. Orders left at the office
ml be promptly attended to.
Undertakers in the country can be furnished
withRurial Cases at tne lowest wnolosalepnces.
Particular attention paid to Disinterments,
Removing and shipping ot liodics.
- - -or
BOOTS 1HD SHOES
NO. 47 NORTH COLLEGE STREET.
JUST. RECEIVED DIRECT FROMTHE
best Manufacturers in the country, one. of
the largest and best selected stocks of
ifoOTS, SHOES AND GAITEIIS
ever brought to this market, which , are offered
for sale at a small advance on Eastern cost.'
Small Profits and Quick Sales is the motto.'
fall Paper WMow Skies,
ETC.. ETC.. KTC.
WHOLESALE AND 1 1 ETA II-
WE WOULD RESPECTFULLY IN
form our patrons and the public gen
erally, that in conformity with an agreement
existing between ourselves and tho' largest
Eastern Manufacturers of I'npcr Ilnnc-
Slnsrs. Wlnilovr Nlioitew, Window Cor-
iicen ic yfo oavo csiauuauca ai. mis
placo the only
MamiQotli Southern Depot,
for tho wholesale and retail of tooi tn thU
Hner'and that we are olTcrlng goods TO THE
At Manufacturers' Prices,
with the EXPENSES OF SHIPPING added.
' OUR FALL STOCK
is very largo and complete, and we invite the
puplic to give us a trial before making pur
chases. JOHN TT.. HILL & CO.,
No. 23 SOUTH COLLEGE STREET.
Retwcen Church and Broad.
T. J. YARBROOGH,
Late ol th firm of Weakley & Yarbrougb,
Grocer and Commission
SOUTH COL1VEGE STREET,
HAS NOW IN STORE THE FOLLOWING
choice and select stock of Groceries, which
he offers to the Trade at tho Lowest Marke
200 SACKS RIO COFFEE.
25 II LIDS- DEMERARA. SUGAR,
-25nUDS. N.O. "
10 HHDS. CLARIFIED SUGAR,
50 ItltUS. I.OVEKINU'S CSIID SUOAIt,
10 DDLS. " POW'B
' 100 DDLS. EX. C. SUGAR,
25 DDLS. N. O. MOLASSES.
2.". HP. DDLS. N. 0. MOLASE3.
50 BXf. CI KEEN AND 1H.AIK TEAS;
100 DXS. SOAP.
ICO DXS. STAR CANDLES.
SO IIF. DXS. STAR CANDLES.
25 QR. DXS. STAR CANDLES.
100 BXS. STARCH.
50 C'ASIJ ItlCIIAHDSON'.S MATCH EN,
50 DXS. CHEESE.
100 CADDIES S. S.T0DACC0,
100 DOZ. PAINTED DUCKETS.
! DOZ. WASHD0ARDS.
2i DOZ. TUDS: Nos 1. 2 & 3,
200 DOZ. CLOTHES LINES.
5(l DOZEN MASON'S I!LAUIUN,
500 DDLS. FLOUR, Jackson Mills,
500 DDLS. FLOUR, Dlack Lick Mills.
3X) DDLS. FLOUR, Magnolia Mills,
SO DDLS. WHITE DEANS.
lOO DDLS. NOKTII'N P. II. POTATOES,
5 TIERCES RICE.
3.C00 LDS. COD FISH.
25 IIF. DDLS. MACKEREL,
500 KEGS NAILS, assorted,
20 CASES SARDINES.
J5 KEU.H ENOI.ISII SODA.
lUcnn. T.inl. Corn Meal. Rran. Spices. Tllue-
ing, tV rapping Paper, together with a large and
complete assortment of choice
comprising Old It. C. Whisky. Dourbon Whisky
and imported tlins, iiranuiesand tvinsj.
T. J. TARBROIK1H,
21 South College street,
novl5 tjanl Nashville, Tenn.
Third National' Bank
stock noiuiait's i
W. W. DERRY. M. DURNS.
JOHN K1KKMAN. ROUARJONES.I
1). WKAVliK, U11AH. K. UIlil,IA,
DAN'L F. CARTER. EDMUND OOOPER.
ALr.A. t'AUL'a KbiATK.
DEALS IN EXCHANGE; GOLD AND SIL
vcr and Government Securities.
Draft drawn in sums to suit on London. New
York, New Orloans. Cincinnati, St. Louis, Louis
ville, Memphis, etc.
D-au and n-n uonds always on nand tor
W. W. IlEKHY, I'rosiiunnt,
EDGAR JONES. Cashier.
JOHN KIRKMAN. Vice President.
3?. I. P13CK,
AGENT FOR TIIE
Georgia Koioe Insurance Co.
Cnplliil nml Knritiii S40(),001)
36 COLLEGE STREET,
Full Iron Frame Willi
Warehouse No. K, Fourieonth street,
HAVE DEEN PRONOUNCED DY THE
profession to bo among the best instru
ments made. First class premiums taken
wherever exhibited. Being one of tho largest
manufacturing in America, (hiving made and
sold 072 Pianos in 1S67, we are enabled to sell
at prices which defy competition. Send for
circulars and price lists.
Wholesale and Retail.
The undersigned takes pleasure in announc
ing to tho public that he has received another
shipment rou tne Haines IJrnthcrs Pianos,
imnnc which -is the " Parlor Deautr." Small
sized Rosewood case, full 7 octaves, round cor
ners ana carvwi its J.ais lusirumeui, mr lis
fine nualitits of t 'lo. touch and mechanism.
attract alike thear' st and amatuer. The low
i.rir,,' at "ahiMi thcy are offered, place them
within the regirhof every one, hence thoy are
destined w be (ne great lavorne or tne public,
it, RirMk'nftfcliiTrar. Dunham. Weber and
Krau?ha ir Pino: is large and varied, and are
offered atiactajy ifriccs.
- In (ira-ios ar.Mi.MBlodeons.il deal in tbellsard
ell oniyjroicuf 4l.iuu uciuro luupuuiic wuuuui
. . . i - t : , , . I L. I '. : 1 1 ,
anval. f'f-, ,, . , . ,.
Rhpet ittisio arid small musical merchandise
in the g ttltesUrsLandance, and sold at lowest
rates- gn ftl tf JAa. A. INlcCLUHK,
Farjfil? Buy at Moinc
YOUR WAfSCNS Anil AHllltUul UKAL
id Mernerits lam manufacturing the very
best Steelll Plows, and other Implements
Also. ;ocltho very beat material and
worku WiY J. ii nu wars x ,
No. SJ iyath'SCherry street, between Ash an
Ma' Wt ji t e ts- loet6 6a
IT" O K 10 II E IX A. I It
It is an elegant Dressing for the Hair.
It cam os the Hair to Curl boiutifnlly. .
It keeps the Scalp Clean'and Healthy.
It Invigorates the Roots of the Hair.
It forces the Hair and Beard togrowluxuriantly.
It immediately stops Hair Falling Out.
It keeps the Hair from Changing Color Trom Age.
It restoies Grey Hair to its Original Coior.
It brings out Hair on heads that havo been
It is composed entirely of simplo and paroiy
It hu received over six thousand voluntary
testimonials of its excellence, many of whio'i
' ' : ue from physicians ia high' standing. '
It is sold In half pound bottles (the name blow,
in the glass.) by Druggists and Dealers in Fane,
Gcci: everywhere, at One Dollar per Dottle;
3 sale by Demas'Dsrnes '& Co., F,C. Wells
& Co.. Schloffelin k Co.. New York.
MT. OLIVET CEMETERY
FOR SALE BY
Tt ft. S. ' .
A. NELSON. & CO., .
J- O H L Y,r
No. 15 North Cherry St.,
HAS JUST RECEIVED AN ELEGANT
line of GENTLEMEN'S DRESS G80DS.
which ho will make up to order, in' the latest
and most finished style, at tho lowest possible
lie is also in receipt of a variety of Fresh
Goods for ordinary wear, and offers to gentle
men in business suits of the latest patterns and
most durable material. Call &n4 inspect his
goods at No. 15 North Cherry street.
B. V. BISUOP. W, T. BI3D0P. S. H. BISHOP.
II. H. BISHOP &C0
No. 36 Main Street,
BAILEY, ORDWAY & CO.
COTTON & TOBACCO FACTORS,
NOS. , S, 12, 1 1, 16, BROAD ST..
NASI I VILLI;, TEKSESS EE,
IN RETURNING THANKS TO OUR PA
X trons for the very liberal patronago bestowel
upon us during the past, we respectfully solicit
a continuance Of the same for tho present sea
son. Having secured, in addition to the exten
sive houses in which our business has heretofore
been conducted, tho commodious warehouses
adjoining, and formerly occupied by htrnltn,
Clieney Key, we flatter oursolvcs that our
Storing, Handling awl Selling Cotton,
are equal to any establishment in the city. The
depart will ba under the immediate control
and supervision of 1. c OltliWAV, J.
.T. CJ'tKNEY and I'AI'r. II. J. CIIENKT.
(tho latter formerly of the firm of Stratton,
Cheney & Roy.) who will see to the faithful and
prompt execution of all orders relative to the
sale of cotton.
We will keep constantly on hand a large and
complete stock of
ItAfiGISG. KOI'K AMI I KO V.TIEN,
o" every description, which we will sell at the
very lowest market price.
Our ttrocery Ileimrtmenr fa in the hands
of D. H.DAILKY and JOHN WILLIAMS. Wo
have a very large and well selected
StOClC or Gl'OCCl'lCH,
and in constant receipt of additions, which we
are offering to our friends and the general trado
at terms as low and reasonable as any house ia
Col. HmllMun Mralloa will retain his of
fice in our counting-room, and will be pleased to
meet and deal with his numerous old friends, ,
sep2etf HAILET. ORIIWAT fc O.
UNION BANK NOTES.
TN ACCORDANCE WITH AN ACT OF TIIE
X Legislature of Tennessee, passed December
12th, 1S0G, entitled an act "To expedite the dis
tribution of the effects of Banks, which have or
may make assignments among their creditors,"
notice is hereby given to the holders of tha notes
of Tbb Union Disk or Tk.inkssicb to file them
with tha nndorsigned, at the Dank in Nashville,
between now and the 1st day of January, eigh
teen hundred and sixty-nine, (lSC'.'J and receive
certificates therefor, or they wilt be forever
oarrea irom any participation in tne assets oi
the Dank. The certificates will ba rmnivMl It
Txk in payment for debts dns the Bank, wheth
er leuaerea oeioro or aiier mo let ol Jann
arr. 18C9. JOS. W. ALLEN, Trustee.
Dee. 20. 18flfi.-a-6m
VTOT HAVING IN COURSE OF ERECTION
a Tailoring Establishment, (and no prospect
of any.) and having no goods to dispose of at a
small advance on cost I To gentlemen furnish
ing these goods I would-say, that I will fix them
up In the best stylo and at prices to suit there
Not having tho means to procure foreign talent,
and being vain enough to believe that (having
cut most successfully for Air. Sam 1'ritchitt for
over ton years,) I have native talent of my own,
end will devote my beat energies to s Jit all who
may favor me with their patronage.
Dy-the-bv, I have secured the services of a
professional Renovator of clothes, (tho best in
tho country,) and can guaranteo satisfaction in
that lino. DAN. J. SCANLAN,
M College St. (Sam I'ritchitt's old stand.)
octlllf Up stairs.
Hooper Harris & Co.,
General Commission Merchants,
30K BROADWAT, VEW YORK.
nASH ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIQN
Kj ments, by our Agent, Mr. K. V. JVovliis,
ssbouin aiarget street, nasuville. 'Xenn.
Refer to J. C. Crory. Cashier First National
nans, ana to merchants ol ivabville generally.
A Safe Investment!
JN ADDITION TO 0UR.ST0CK OF
HARDWARE fc CUTM2RY
FOR THE WHOLESALE TRADE,
havo secured tho Agency for '
MacNEALE & URBAN'S
Burglar and Fire-Proof Safes,
WITH COMDINATION LOCKS,
which we sell at the Manufacturers' Prices, with
lreight added. A large stocK on nan J. ana can
supply any size and nmsn.
Also-wo manufacture DREAST & CO.'S
Eoyal Tyriaa and Carmine Inks,
inn MieariMr. best and most noDular ink in the
mirket. Consumer; of ink can be supplied at
W. C. COLLIER'S,
McCLEAN & CO.'S.
and it is sold to the Trade by Wholesale Houees
CRAIGHEAD, BREAST & GIBSON,
nov!92m fDl 45 Pnhlic Nnjnnro
rpiIE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EX
L isliue between IlnirhsKin fc 'renttnii is
this day dissolved by mutual consent. ! Either
party is autnorized to wind up the unsettled
H. F- HUOnSTON.
Nashvillfi, Dec.22.136S-dec23 lw.
JT. WABREN & CO.
IMPORTERS ANO JOBBEIiS
FO fflblGW FRUI1S,
Sauces, TIsli, GcrttKurVroducp, clc
NO. 53 MAIN STREET
FALL AXD WINTER Til AD K
Consisting: of trimmed and un
trimmed Hats and Bonnets. Plumes, Flow
era. Feathers and Ornaments. Silk and Velvet
Ribbons. Velvets. Crapes, M alines. Veil Nets,
Silk Tissue, Frosted "Illusions, Bonnet M ho.
Deads. Laces. Fringes, Ruches, etc., etc., lust
opened by WHERRY 4 SON,
replliain no.zi union urecu
llnrlNTille, Hniuucr County, Tenu.
Pint llonJajj in Stpltmltr nd Felrniry,
T. M. PATTERSON, President.
Mrs. IDA PATTERSON, Principal Music and
Assistant latcrary .Department.
Mas. ELIZA DARKSDALE. Assistant Litera
B. M. POTTS. President Board Trustees.
J.HUTCHINS,Treas'r " "
J. P. ANDREWS. Sec'y "
FOR SALE LOW!
AT HARDCATLE, GENNETT i- CO.'S, Nos
"76 and 73 South Market street.
Iron, Castings, Alios. Nuts. Dolts, etc. Also
Scrap recovered from our Store, burned out.
dec im Yin. Liiuj .c
DR. DIXON HAS RETURNED TO TUE
city, and is prepared to wait upon all wish
ing his services, at prices to suit tne times. All
Dental operations warranted.
umco wo. 12. unerry street,, nen 10 maiwen
House. nov l-3m
McCREA & CO.,
II UGH SIcCREA & CO.,
Cctton ni Totaca Factors,
Produce & Comnrssion Merchants,
3 sum ii 3i.iKUi:r
3tt ;SOIITtI CDI.I.l.OE. HriCEiriS.
WITHOUT A RIVAX.I
TIIE DIXIE FARMER.
An Illustrated "Weekly rajcr.
Devoted lo the Farm, the Garden, and the
18 rtJEMSHED IVIRT TBOCEDtT AT
Columbia and Nashville, Tenn.
TERMS S3 A VEAR. IN ADVANCE.
The Dixie Farmib is tho only Weekly Agricul
tural paper in Tennessee, or in tho entiro South,
and i equal to tho best. Address,
HUNTER NICHOLSON, '
my9 tf Columbia. Tenn.-
COOPER, HAILE & CO.,
FOE TUE SiL or
COTTON, DRIED FRUITS, PEANUTS
AND PRODUCE GENERALLY, 1
NO. VINE STREET. CINCINNATI. OHIO.
Liberal advances made upon consignments.
GET THE BEST.
T WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE
L Public that I am still manufacturing, and
keep always on hand, ,.
Tho BeBt Quality of Mattresses,
such as Hair, Spring, Shuck, Moss, Cotton, Cot
inn nnil Shnclr.
Also, Feather Beds, Comforts and everything
in tno uedding line, wnicn win be sold at tne
All persons wishing Mattresses, etc., wiil find
it to their interest to give mo a call before pur
chasing elsewhere. ,
Old Mattresses neatly renovated.
H. 11. MILLER. '
novl72m No North College rtreet.
FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
"tREAT DISTRIRUTION BY TOM 31 K-
JT 'I'KUPOUT.Ui U1VT l OJIPANT-
Cush gilts to tho amount of $250.000. Evorj
Tlckvt Ilrrtun n lrlzo.
5 Cash Gifts, each SlO.Om
10 " " 5,1)10
SI " " 1.000
tl) " " 50O
00 " " ll
60 Elegant Rosewood "i'i'anor,"each!:i to
75 " ' Melodeons, " 75 to 150
350 Sewing Machines, each.... ......... 60 to 173
500 Kino Uold Watches " 75 to SX)
Cash Prizes, Silvcrwarc.ctc,, valued at I1.000.OUO
A chanco to draw any of tho above priies for
25c iicKeu describing prizes are soiled in on
vclopcs and well mixed. Un the receipt of 25c
a sealed ticket is drawn without choice, to sent
by mail to any address. Tho prize named mon
it will be delivered to the ticket holdor on pay
ment of ono dollar. Prizes are immediately
sent to any address by express or return mail.
You will know what vonr prize is before von
pay forit. Any prize exchanged for another of
tho same value. Wo JJJan&s. Our patrons can
depend on fair dealing.
Rk?kbincis. Wo select tho following from
many who have lately drawn valuable priies
and kindly permitted us to publish them: b. t.
Wilkins. Buffalo. J.I.UjOt Miss Annie Monroe.
Chicago, Piano. $50; John I). Moore. Louis
ville. si.uu); Ailss Kmma walwortn, .Milwaukee,
Piano, $500; Rev, K A. Day. New Orleans, $500.
We i.'ublish no names without permission.
OriHiO'3 of tu Paiss. "The Crm is relia
ble and deserve their success. meekly Trt-
liuie. Aua. 8. We know them to bo a fair deal
inir firm ." ,Y. Y. Herald. Aua.'H. "A friend
of ours arow a $VX) prize, which war promptly
received." JJailu Atws, .Sp.3.
Send for circular. Liberal inducements lo
Agents. Satisfaction guaranteed. Every pack
agoof sealed envelopes contain one c.irh gilt.
Six tickets for $1; 13 for$2; 35 for $5; 110 for $15.
All letters should lie addressed to
HARPER, WILSON A CO.,
dec51m 173 Broadway. N..
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DR. JOHN BULL'S
Arkaasas Heard Freta
TESTIMONY OF MEDICAL MEX.
StoncT Point. 'Walte Co, Art., May 23, K
Ds. Jons Boll. D arSlr: Last February
I was tn Louisville purchasing drugs, and 1
Sit Bomo of jour SarsapariUa and Cedron
My son-in-law, who -was trltli mo la tho
store, had been down with the rheumatism
for sometime, commenced on tho bitten, and
soon ft nnd his general health Improved.
Ur. Uist, who has been in bad health., tried
them, rad he also improved.
Ur.Ciffee.wlio has Veen in bad health lor
several years STOxaca anil livib effectxt
,ne raipi jved very much by the use of your bit
Wrs. u.dced the Cedron Hitters has riven
MJi' popularity in tola settlement. I
tuintyi n tuld sell a great quae tirr or your
medicm. tol, raU-ctpcciaiiy of our Ce
dron Bit ersand 8arsapanlla.J Ship mo iu
MempbU cartorUkkett X Neelr
" . Kespectfulty,
' a b.talkeb.
Bull's Worm Destroyer.
TO MT tTSITKU STATES AND WORD
I have received many testimonials from pro
fessional and medical men, as my almanacs
and various publications have shown, all ot
which are genuine. The following; letter
from a highly educated and popular physician
In Georgia, is certainly one of the most sensi
ble communications I have ever received. Dr.
Clement knows exactly what he speaks of and
his testimony deserves to bo written In words
or gobL Hear what the Doctor says ot Eru.'a
Vallanot, Walkrx Cowtt. Ol
Da. Johk IScll Dear Sir: I have recenUj
given your "Worm Destroyer" several trials,
and And it wonderfully efficacious. It has atl
failed in a single instance to haTO the Wished
for effect. I am doing a pretty large court
try practice, and have daily use for some ar
ticlo of the kind. 1 am free to confess that 1
know of no remedy recommended by tho
ablest authors that is so certain and speedy
in its effects. On tho contrary they aro un
certain in the extreme. My object In writing
Sou is to find out npon what terms J can 4
ie medicine directly from yon. It I can
it upon easy terma.Xihall use a great Uei
it, I am aware that tho use or such, artii
is contrary to the teachings and praetie
a great majority of the kiuulab. line
M. D.'s, but 1 see no just canso or good te
in discarding a remedy which wo know td
efficient, simply became we mar be ignori
of U combination, for my part, I (hall ma
it jultto use all and any means to alleviL
sufle n i humanity which I may be able
command not hesitating because some a
more ingenious than myself may have lear
cd its eCetts lint, and secured the sole rig
to secure that knowledge. However. I ami
no means an advocate or supporter of U
thousands worthless nostrums that Hood 11
country, that Durport to cure all manner'
disease to which human flesh is heir, l'leai
reply soon, and inform me of jour best tenia.
I am, sir. most respectfully,
JUIJUa I' I' CLKilKNT. 11 f
A GOOD REASON FOR TO I
BEAU THK CAPTAIN'S LKTTKfl
THE LETTFK FROM HIS MOT1IEK
Benton Barracks, Mo., April 30,
IR. JoITX BULL-Dear Sir: ITnowInr lh
efiicienev of your Sarsapaiilla, and the heal
ing and beueilcial qualities it po-wesse. I tend
you tho following statement of my ease:
w as wuuuueu aooui two Tears ago was
taken prisoner and confined for sixteen
months. Being moved so often, my wounds
n.ivc ma ncaieu ycu a nave nor. sat una mo
ment since 1 was wonnded. I am shot through
the hips. My general health is impaired, and
1 need something to assist nature. I have
more faith in your Sarsaparilla than anything
else. I wish that that was geunlne. Please
express me hair a dozen bottles, and oblige
Cait. C. P. JOHNSON.
P.3. The following was written April so.
1S65, by Mrs.Jobnson,;mothcr of Capt - John.
Ur. Bull Dear Sir: My husband, Br.CS.
Johnson, was askillful surgeon and pbyslciaa
in Central New York, where ho died, leaving
the above CP. Johnson to my care. At thir
teen years of age ho hail n chronic dlarrnea
and scrofula, for which I gave him your Sana
rurjlx Itcubid dim. I have for ten years
recommended it to many inNcw York, Ohio
and Iowa, for scrofula, fever sores, and gen
eral debility. Perfect success has attended
IL The cures eQected in some cases of scro
fula and fever sores were almost miraculous,
I am very anxious for my son to again have
recourse to your SarsapariUa. Ha is fearful
of getting a spurious article, hence bis wr"
ting to you for it. His wounds were terrible
bet I believe be will recover.
DR. JOHN BULL,
Manufacturer and Vender of the; Celebrate
SMITH'S TQ1C SYRUP I
FOR TITE CURE OF
AGUE AND FEVER,
CHILLS AND JTETTiJR.
The- proprietor of Ibis celebrated medicine
jastly claims for it a superiority overall rem
dieever offered to the public forthejafe.
certain, speedy and permanent cure of Ague
and Vever, or Chills and fever, whether of
short or long standing! lie refers to the entiio
Western and Southwestern country to bear him
testimony to the truth of the assertion, that in
no case whatever will it fail to cure, it the di
rections are st ictly followed and carried out.
In a great many eases a lingle dose has been
sufficient for a etire, and whole fsmilits have
been cured br a single bottle, with perfect
restoration of general health. It is. however
'prudent, and in every ease more certain to cure
it its use' is continued in smaller doses for a
week or two after the disease has teen cheeked,
more especially in ditBcelt and long standing
caees. Usually this medicine will not require
any aid to keep tha bowels in good ordar
should the patient, however, require a cathar
tic mediciae, after having taken three br four
doses ff tb Tonic, a single dosoot Suit's Vege
table Family Pills will be suSrient.
Hn Ly Hlftf, Arcrtl FKt-.k t
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