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Nashville union and American, Sunday, October 9, t87o.
THE 6SI0S ASB AMERICAN
DBCSS PAEADE-FOUB PICTCRES
a HY JOHJT 8. AlTCnXSOS.
Sharp, shining llnei of loyal light, V
Jhe bayonets flash.flrm files along.
O'er brtasta whose patriot Area burn bright
That muster near a thousand strong.
With hands untrained to warlike deeds,
But quick to learn tbo soldier's trade.
Her champions, when their country needs,
Staunch freemen stand at Dress-Parade.. g
A shortened, service-shrunken, line, -
On soil fraternal blood has drenched,
Flushed with the Tlctor's crimson wine,
With martial ardor still unquenched:
Another dawn brings battle -storm!
Well knows each heart, all undismayed,
Thereafter many a manly form
No more shall Btand at Dress-Parade !r - j
The final, happy victory won, '- s J . ; l
Fresh garlanded with loyal thinks; J j '
Btaud a bronzed handful in the sun v -
Bemnant of thrice replenished ranks,
For songs of peace and home, they change ; '
Faml:ir battle-music, played
When death well knew the gamut's range, t
A'lastglad, peace-crowned Dress-Parade! . ,
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Ths last ill', granted their release
From life's hard marches, sharp alarms,
And won those fields, where perfect peace
Folds the war-weary In her arms.
Comrades! when 'neath the soothing sod
Or soon, or late we all are laid
On shining studs, triumphant trod.
Well have the final Dress-Parade!
From "Oidaiul Sat" M Octolxr.
Nomination of a Democratic Can.
didate for Kcprefccntatirc.
The Democratic party of DeKalb
county met in convention at the court
house, in the town of Smithville, on
'luisday, the 4th of Qctober, to nomi
nate a candidate to represent DeKalb in
the lower branch of the Legislature,
whua, upon motion, W G Crowley was
chosen President, II A Overall, Vice
President, O D WillWm's and T J Atwell
..wen! appoiutud Secretaries.
rjD G Caraes offered the following
resolutions, which were unanimously
1 . Resolved, That this Convention will
coi idcr no candidate's claims who will
not unconditionally and unequivocally
pk.lge himself to abide by the action of
tbi Convention, and further pledgo'hiiri
sel' to heartily and cheerfully support
thi nominee, be he who he may.
' Resolved, That the nominee shall
pin t himself squarely upon the Demo
cn c platform adopted at Nashvil'e by
the State Democratic Convention, on the
13t . of September last
Resolved, That in view of the
frs ids in office by the party in power,
thi aggressive spirit emblazoned upon the
Ra lical banners, it behooves every ele
ment opposed to the so-called Republican
pai '.y, to unite ; therefore this Convention
requests the defeated candidates to go
ho ae and work for the nominee.
KJltesolVc(3,s'.That, this Convention
adopt thef nllowing as a basis of operation
in imminating a candidate for the L'gis
' latur. 1. It shall require a two-thirds
vo.e of a'l the delegates present to nomi
nate 2. Each delegate shall be entitled
to me vi't", irrespective of the number
of Democratic voters of which such dele
gate shall be the representative; any
delogat -; wh shall be a candidate shall
not vote afier his name has been submit
ted to the Convention as a candidate.
.j. Resolved, That upon each third bal
ol the hindmost candidate snail be drop,
0. Res lvLd, that this Convention urge
upon the D mocratic party the necessity
of supporting the entire Dimocratic ticket,
more especially in concentrating all their
strength upon the Congressional nominee.
7. " R'. s lived, That we regard John C.
Brown, the Democratic nominee f'jr Gov
ernor, as. entirely sound, free from all
prejudico to the Government of the
United Slates, (Radical assertions to the
8. Risalvcd, That the name of any can
didate may be placed in nomination before
the Convention at any time during the
session of the Convention.
Nomiaa'.iojs being ia order, quite a
number of names were presented. After
several ballots Jame3 P. Doss was nomin
ated by acclamation.
The Convection then adjourned, the best
of feeling existing, each aspirant pledging
himself to Eupport the nominee.
V". G. Ceowlev, Prcs'L
Trios. .1. Atwkll,
O. I). Williams, Secretaries.
TEIV.VESSEE t ONt'EIlE.CE.
Pulaski, Oct C, 1870. The weather is
fine, and Pulaski ia certainly the most
beautiful town I have seen in Middle Ten
nessee, It is said the Methodist Church
here numbers more members than all the
others combined. They arc also abund
antly able to support all the expenses of
the Church. The congregation is mlciii
cent and devont
The Conference was occupied all day in
the examination of the character of elders.
The Virginia bishop managed to go
through the whole list, with the exception
of a few names. I verily believe he
Three venetab'e preachers have died
durinc the year: Dr. G. D. Taylor, ffm.
Mullens and John McCunly. "These all
died in the faith.''
, Rev. S. P. AVuitten preached an excel
lent sermon this afternoon, and Rev.
James R. Plummer preached to a vast
crowd to night. The revival interest
still kcen3 up. Dr. Anderson, of the
Florence University, is announced for to
morrow at 3 o clock.
An able committee was appointed to
day to make an equitable division of
property and funds with the North Ala
bama Conference. Dr. Green is chair
man. The property in question is the
Iluntsvillc Female College, Athens Fe
male institute and Florence Wesleyan
The papers you send us are read with
pleasure. Parag rath ist.
Pulaski, Oct. 7, 1870. We received
no papers to-day. Your readers were
disappointed. All the news of Oc 7 we
have missed. The orators have occupied
our time to-day. I do not know when
have heard so many good spccchi s. First
of all, Dr. Summers, representing the
, publishing interests at Nashville, made a
' capita! speech in favor of the Southern
Methodist Publishing House. Then fol
lowed Dr. Anderson and Dr. Green in the
interest of the Florence Wejlcyau Uni
versity. Afterwards came Dr Danelly,
of Baltimore, and Bishop Domett, con
ccrning our new church building in Wash
ington City. Dr. Anderson prcacneu at
3 o'clock and Rev. R. A. Holland at
night The house was well filled for the
first, and overflowed for the last Th
"Boy Preacher" i3 a theologian as well a3
This will be remembered as the work
inn scss on of the Tennessee Conference
If good old Bishop Capers were alive and
prestnt, he would open his eyes at our
speed. Our present Bishop does not
seem to be in any hurry; but he manages
to transact business with wonderful
rapidity. We will bring him to Nashville
and let you hear him preach.
The following voumr men weic re
ceived to-day: T. O. Summers, Jr.
Orville G. Hailcburton, Lacy Boone
George S. Byrom, Peyton A Sowell, Jos.
B. Erwi. John S. McGcc. Jno. W. Han
ner. Jr.. ItufusE. Travis. John R. Reogin
Beniami i F. Stone. John W. Rookcr, anil
E. W. White, ii. Your readers will
notice iSc sons of several preachers
the abovo list Mr. Erwin is a son of
the Rev. A. It. Erwin. D.D., once the
nastor of MeKcndrcc Church.
Several laymen appeared, and took
their seats this morning, among them
Mortimer Hamilton and Win. M. Mc
Carthy, of your city.
While the Conference is ahead of time,
the "Bishop's Council" is behind time.
Up to this afternoon not a n appointment
had been maae i'a ragum-iiist.
The Haywood County Fair commences
at Brownsville on Tuesday, the lbth inst,
and will continue during the week.
j&UUIXS 0$ RODERICK.
A Spicy .Episode iu ... Congress.
AKadJcalEstiriiato of tbo Cadet
ship and Pension Pedlar.
. From the Cincinnati Commercial, Oct, 7.'
Notwithstanding the-truffle in cadet
ships, and despite the public charges of
forgery, made by the Commissioner of
Pensions, Roderick Random Butler in
sists on presenting himself for re-election
to Congress from the First Tennessee Dis
trict, and is supported therefor by his
The public has certainly not forgotten
the eccentric and peculiar James Mullins,
who served as a member of the Fortieth
Congress from the Fourth District of Ten
nessee, ana wno was a nerce tanatic of
tne Republican party. Mullins, how
ever, was conceded to bo honest, although
perhaps rather ultra in his f way of show
ing it When Roderick Random Butler
presented himself lor admission to the
Fortieth Congress Mullins fiercely refused
to consent to his being sworn in, alleging
that Butler was a renegade and a rascal.
'inc U)tnmitlec on Elections took the
matter in hand and permitted Butler to'
make proof of his loyalty, .which he did
uy showing that ho had paid a pair of
ooots as tne price of assassinating a rebel
captain named Waugh, and had contract
ed to assassinate one Sam. McQueen for
he premium of a suit of clothes. This
.satisfied the committee, who reported in
favor of giving Butler his seat, but it did
not satisfy Mullins.
la a speech made in the House, on June
18, 18G8, and printed in the Appendix,
part ,5, Second Session, Fortieth Congress,
after proving Butltr to have been on all
sides during the rebellion, and guilty of a
multitude of dishonorable acts, Mullins
'goes for" him on the assassination ques
tion as follows, and which will wellrepay
"In these two instances, Mr. But
ler, according to his own proof, is legally
and morally guilty or. me. suDomauoa or
assassination, and is, therefore, just as
much an assassin as those who committed
and attempted the infamous died 1
"In the history of all great criminals it
is their first and greatest aim to conceal,
by every artifice that devilish ingenuity
can fabricate, tneir uarK ueeas or. vmaiuy
and murder. However vile and depr ivcd,
however lost to all sentiments of common
humanity, they dread to be held up in the
glaring light of truth to the gaze of man
kind, as a spectacle of ignominy and an
object of universal execration. But this
gentleman, unliko the common villain,
despising the shame and condemnation of
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public opinion, uiEuummg mu uuuiuihjh
of all good men, scorning the spirit of
Christian civilization, aud mocking at the
law which punishes the assassin, comes
up lieforc the Congress of the United
States, and with a blushlcss, thanickss
face, with all the brazen effron'ery of a
devil incarnate, points to the bloody gar
ments of his murdered lcllow men, and
says: 'This is my deed; this is my
recommendation to a seat in Congress;
this is the proof of my loyalty ! '
"Will this honorable boiiy accept tne
gentleman's complicity in die crime of
assassination as a proot or uis loyauy ana
as a virtue ? Will they admit to a seat in
the Congress of the American Republic a
man who is shown to be a traitor, a per
juror and an assassin? If this is the
course you propose, it tnts is tne prece
dent you intend to establish, go exhume
from a dark and ignominious grave the
decaying bones of the assastin who, in an
hour of national rejoicing, strucK uown
our beloved Lincoln, and plunged the na
tion into the depths ot a mighty sorrow ;
gather up his bones, build a splendid
mausoleum to his fame, place them in its
sacred vault, and in letters of gold let this
epitaph perpetuate his glory: 'To the
memory of Booth, the assassin of an
'Rest not till you have rescued from
the condemnation of all mankind, and
exalted to honor and to glory the memory
of every murderer and assassin that ever
stained with his deeds of blood the his
toric page 1 The victims of the gentle
man's unholy revenge were rebels, it is
true; they may have richly deserved
death as a penalty for their offenses. But
was there not a free and open field in
which the gentleman might have display
ed his valor and flashed his maiden sword
in honorable warfare, or if he did not
choose this method of chastising them,
were there no laws of the land which the
gentlemen mighthave availed himself of as
a means of his vengeance, instead of re
sorting to a crime blacker than treason
itself, of tohich no man but a coward
U'cw ever known to be guilty s
"And vet the gentleman voluntarily
brings up and displays to the world his
complicity in their murder as a recom
mendation to a seat in tins uongrcss sum
as a proof to his loyalty 1 I have said
what 1 have said, not out of any motives
of a personal character, but lroni a sense
of duty to ray constituency and to my
country, and if the gentleman is offended,
I feel 1 am not responsible, ii is uis
record that has spoken, not I !"
KISSING IN THE DAItlC
An Innocent Itllstakc mill A hnt
Came of It.
From the New Orleans Picayune.
In the romantic estimation of lovers,
there is nothing so delightful a3 kissing in
the dark. It seems to possess all the
charms which imagination, enchanted by
reality, can produce. But mistakes will
sometimes happen. Occasionally the
hurrv and excitement of the interview
does not permit that deliberate judgment
essential to certainty. It so happened
with Oivule Davis a few nights since.
Orville is a you'h of some nineteen sum
mere, but being a native of those fierce
climes "where the cypress and myrtle are
emblems of deeds that arc done in the
land," his passions are necessarily intense
and his affections prolound. lie loves a
little 6cwiiig girl residing in the family of
a Gascon. This gentleman is inclined to
be jcaleii'. nc docsn t put the most chant
able construction on everything he sees,
and hence Orville is very careful about
his visits to the house. But passing by
there the night in question, he found the
hall door open and saw dimly defined in
;hc moonlight a female sitting on the
stens. Orville thought it was his dulcincA.
"Without a moment's hesitation Orville
gave her a chaste salute. His lips clung
to hi rs thrillingly, lovingly. It may have
been the sweetness of it it may have
been an overpowering sense of luxury it
may have been surpnsc but tne lady
screamed. This 6tartled Orville. He
looked searchingly into the lady's face,
and then awoke to the horror of his mis
take. It wasn't the little sewing girl, but
the Gascon's wife. And just then, to still
f urther complicate the matter, the Gascon
rushed out of the house, demanding
"What this all meant"
Orville couldn't explain, but the lady
did. 1 he Gascon mane a rush at him,
and Orville fled, screaming at every jump
"Murder! help! fire!"
In his rapid flight he gave but little at
tention to obstructions in his path, and
finally, striking his foot against a stone,
tumbled to the bauqucttc. It was a trjiug
moment Tho Gascon was at his heels
armed with wrath and bent on mischief.
The result might have been singuinary,
but just at that moment Capt. Schreidcr,
of the First police precinct, happened to
pass and interposed to preventa homicide.
Both parlies were taken into custody, and,
arraigned before the recorder, explained
that the circumstance arose from a case
of kissing in the dark.
TnK election for township officers and
inspectors of the State election in Dela
ware, took place on the 4th. Although
a heavy negro vote was polled, the Demo
crats carried the State, by from 2.500 to
The sweet potato crop this year is the
best ever grown m tne state.
There are ninety-eight pupils in the
Deaf and Dumb Asylum at Knoxville.
There were four marriage licenses is
sued from the County Court of Sumner
Crops are abundant in Meigs county.
the farming lands of which are inferior
to none in the State.
A grand concert was held at Browns
ville for the benefit of the Confederate
orphans, on the night of the 6th inst.
The first annual fair of the McKenzie
Agricultural and Mechanical Association
commences on Ihursday, the 13th inst
A revival of religion has just closed at
Point Rock, in Roane county, during
Which some fifty souls were converted.
Rev. K. A. Holland" preached the dedi
cation sermon ot the handsome new
Methodist Church at Brownsville on Sun
On tho thifd day of the Springfield 'Fair
there will be a foot race for a Berkshire
Bliont. None will be allowed to enter who
weighs less than 200 pounds.
An election will b'o held on the 25lh
inst to determine upon the location of
the county seat of the new county of
There is in the Gallatin Examiner
'office a squash raised by. Mayor I. W.
Harris in his garden that weighs sixty-
The Paris Intelligencer has a chicken
Tvith two perfectly formed bodies, four
legs and four wings, with only one neck
A plasterer named Hughes was com-
jmittcd to jail at Kingston, a few days
since, charged with robbing W. J. Off
ings of $115.
Mr. James M. Prater, a well known
citizen,, hying near twenty miles from
Knoxville, cbmmitted suicide by hanging
himself on the 4th inst.
The crowd in attendance upon the
East Division Fair at Knoxville is to
great that many camp in the enclosure of
the Fair Grounds.
William Denton, one of tho train
hands, was badly crushed while coupling
cars at Cleveland, on Tuesday last.
Hopes are entertained of his recovery.
The Principal of the only male acade
my in Gallatia has turned off forty appli
cants as pupils for the want of room in
tue building to accommodato them.
The Athens Foundry and Machine
Shops are doing a heavy business: the
manufacturing establishments throughout
:ne btate are in a llounshing condition,
and many more are being erected.
Amos Kcctcr was killed in Louis' saloon
at Gallatin on the night of the 5th inst
by a stranger who is still at large, though
the Marshal js on his track, and it is
thought that he will bo captured.
The County Court of Sevier county fa
vors a subscription of $10,000 to the pro
posed bridge across the Holston. They
also advocato the construction of a turn
pike road from Knoxville to Scvierville at
a cost of $30,000.
The Railroad Sectionhousc at Johnson-
ville, was struck by lightning on last
Saturday night. The house was occupied
at the time by Mr. Donncll, wife and
three children, and three boarders, who
narrowly escaped with their lives.
Barn burning seems to bo the order of
the day, or rather the night, in Mont
gomery county. James II. Williams,
Henry Green, James M. Buck and Bert
Raney have each lost a barn during the
last few weeks, containing in the aggre
gate 13,300 pounds of tobacco.
THE CENT OK Y OF BLOOD.
Europc'sWars Since 1800 Aincricnn
Thus England alone has waged forty-
nine wars since 18UU. Ot tnesc there
have been three with France, two with
Russia, five with China, two with Den
mark, two with Holland, two with Tur
key, two with Burmab, two with Persia,
one with the United States, one with
Prussia, one with Spain, one with Swe
den, one with Portugal and one with
Egypt ; the others were with the Peiswha,
the Mahrattas, the Great Mogul, Nepaul,
Algiers, the Wahabees, tho Pindarees, the
Ashantees, Caffrcs, Hottentots, Baers,
Sikhs, Afghans, Canadian rebels, Para
guay, Scinde, Sepoy mutineers, Maoris,
Japan and Abyssinia. France figures in
thirty seven wars, viz: Five with
Austria, three with Russia, three
with Prussia (including the pres-
cnt war), three with England, four
with the Arab tribes, two with Mexico,
two with China, two with Spain, two with.
Holland, two with Turkey, one with.
Portugal, one with Hayti, one with
Switzerland, one with Denmark, one with
Sweden, one withAlgiers, one with Japan,,
one with Morocco, one witn I'araguay,
and one with the Roman Republic. Rus
sia shows a list of twenty-one wars, viz :
Three with France, three with Turkey,
two with England, two with Poland, two
with Persia, two with Khiva, two with
Bokhara, one with Sweden, one with
Hungary, one with Egypt, one with
China, and one (very long and bloody)
with Circassia. Austria figures in twelve,
viz: Five with France, three with Italy,
one with Prussia, one with Hungary, one
vith Denmark and one with Egypt
Prussia comes last with Ecven, viz: Threo
with France, two with Denmark, one
with Austria and one with England.
To which add for the Americans : The
Spanish colonies' t wars for independ
ence; the tolerably continuous revolutions
since, and their wars with one another
the wars between Brazil with Buenos
Aryes and Paraguay: tho war between
Mexico and the United States; the Frenei
invasion of Mexico, and the civil war in
the United States. And yet we have
Peace Societies !
JOSH niLLIMiS' ITIAXOIS.
There is one critter in this world whoozo
troubles yu kant console, and she iz a
Those people who spend all ov their
spare time watching their simptoms arc
the kind who enjoy poor health.
Whenever a minister raz preached a
sermon that plcazes the whole congrcga
shun, he probably haz preached one that
the Lord won t endorse.
Everybody seems tew be willing tew bo
a phool himself, but he can t bear to have
ennybody else one.
Truth is the edict of God.
The philosophers, az a class, arc a set
of old grannys, who possess grate knowl'
edge, part of which haz been handed
down to them, and the balance they guess
About the fust and the last thing a hu
mau being duz in this world iz to shed
There iz no greater proof over the
power ov love than that the crimes com
mitted in its interest are ia a measure hal
I kan tell exactly how mi nabors' young
ones ought to be fetched up, but I aint so
clear about mi own.
A loafer iz a person who is willing tow
bo abuzed for the privilege of abuzing
There iz some folks in this world who
6pend their whole time hunting after
righteousness, and haint got any jparc
time to practiss it
Adversity has tho same effekt on a man
that severe training duz on the pugilists
reduces him to his lighting weight
Natur kan be improved upon often
with good effekt, but to alter it generally
spiles the whole thing.
Aflliktions arc like the summer sun
they wilt for the purpose of ripening.
Sir William Thompson says that it is
as certain as it is that the weights of
clock will run down, that planet after
planet, age by age, will creep into the sun
and not one escape us nery cnu.
THE FAS BIO N3.
Fall Styles for Ladles KlcU
A New York correspondent, describing
the elegant costumes for women brought
out for the fall, goes into raptures over
some of tho handsome dresses he saw on
exhibition. He says men stood gazing
with awe on the mystery and magnificence
of feminine attire, and then he goes off
after the following fashion :
Behold the lilies of the field ! What
are they in all their glory but very poor
and smutty compared with these robe3 of
Sheba? No bird of paradise, no flamingo
of the tropics, in all their splendor of at
tire, ever surpassed the plumage of wo
man, fabricated by Eustache Roberts,
Fournisseur de L. M. L'Ymperatnce de
toutes les Russias, de la Famillo Royale
de Prusse, etc These robes, all disposed
upon "forms, and elevated on a plat
form, are contemplated to perfect advant
age. First, we have a
composed of black velvet, gold satin, and
point lace. Tho train is of black velvet,
two varus and a half Jong, mmmeu at
intervals around the entire expanse with
clusters of go'd, colored ostrich plumes,
and autumn leaves. A deep scolloped
pannier of gold satin, bordered with
ooint lace, headed with wreaths of .au
tumn leaves, has the effect of the wings
of a butterfly. The front is of gold satin,
festooned with elaborate piping, a gar
land of autumn leaves and flowers form
ing "the apron." The price of this dress
Next is a white dress, the train iieavy
corded s'lk; the skirt of illusion. The
train is three yards long, edged with
white satin and bordered with water
lilies. The illusion skirt is trimmed with
deep tabs of white satin and marabout
feaihcre. Price $500.
Here is a violet silk, flounced with
point applique lace, bordered with gar
lands of violets and bouquets of roses;
the sash, with two ends of black satin
and one of violet, trimmed with point
pplique with long pendants of violets.
A pink silk reception dress, ot the pure
tint of a blush rose, trimmed with Met
ternich ruches and festooned with long
sprays of blush roses and buds; the whole
enveloped In an over dress of pale pink
tulle. Price $400.
A gray silk under skirt, flounced" with
plaited black satin over skirt in points,
headed .with black feather trimming, black
and white guipure lace and ostrich plumes
at intervals. Price $500.
A black silk empress train, three yards
long, flounced with deep Chantilly lace,
headed with jet pendants, and turned on
the side to the waist to form reverses.
BEAUTIFUL BLUB SILK
dinner dre33 train two and a half yards
long; ovcr-sklrt two yard3 long, puffed
behind to form three panniers, between
which hang pendants of sable fur, the
entire over-skirt bordered with sable fur,
headed with rich black gimp. Price,
Awondcrfulrobeof illusion and flamme-
colorcd silk. The first train is of white
lace with a deep flounce of silk beaded
one-half of the skirt with bows; the other
with exquisitely twisted wreathed of gera
nium leaves. Then come3 two over-skirts
of white tulle surmounted by empress
train of flamme silk two yards and a half
long, bordered with point applique,
looped on either side with sashes of white
satin trimmed with white geranium flow
ers and clusters of rich leaves; the pan
nier formed entirely of flowers and leaves.
Brown and salmon color are favorite
combinations for bonnets this season.
Header fabrics and brighter colers arc
now the order of the day for the ladies.
Long-pointed waists have come in fash
ion again, also the long po3tillion jacket.
Velveteen and plush of very heavy
quality are now being sold for winter
Large butterflies and bugs are now
ora in the hair, made of silver or gold,
a la Julcson.
The new style of silks are called "rain
bow gros grains," and make most beauti
ful evening dresses.
Jet ornaments are used on bonnets tins
fall, and make them so heavy that it feels
like lifting a small-sized flat-iron to take
I'arasols for fall wear arc made small
and square, and are trimmed with lace
creped fringe or wreaths of artificial flow
ers the color of the dress.
Very pretty watches are now made of
glass both 6ides, so that the works can bo
seen, with a small rim of silver, and
fastened to the belt by a small silver,
Black casimcre sacks, embroidered in
colored floss, with large, looso sleeves,
are very fashionable for the street this
fall, and are sold bythe most important
New York dry goods houses.
Some pretty designs have appeared in
ear-rings, one ot which is threo goiu
hoops, one within ano her, and at the
lwttom of each a small diamond. Another
style is a lattice work, with leaves and a
life-like spider on the center of it.
A new style of goods has just appeared
which is called reversible foulard, and is
gray on one side and blue on the other,
always of two pretty contrasting colors,
and is an economical dress to buy, as it
trims itself to the best advantage. .
Itcnl Kstntc Transfers.
The following are tho real catato trans
fers, as recorded in the County Court re
cords, for the week ending Oct. i
John Doyle to J It Harwell, lot
on Jackson street 5.72C 00
North Nashville Real Estate
Company to F Auten, lot in
plan of company 500 00
A u Santord to dames iiorns, lot
InEdcefield U.lwu 00
John W Shute to Michael Stew
art, land in conntr 3,000 00
Angne P Bethell to John A itzi
Unco, Jand in the county
A O Cartwright to Meriam Was
son, ioi ia jcjageneia
J E Goodwin to E G Sowell, lots
John O Williams aid others to W
Fulton, land in WillWmson
county. 4(0 00
Edwin H Ewin to U M Spofford,
land on Payne street Vi.wru ou
Henry Harding to Chas Mullin
and Hannah .Napier, lot in
S A McLuro to Michael Handley,
lot on HcLiemore street
Edgar Jones to Julius Sax, lots in
Harding s addition
John "Wilson to T J vcClendon,
land in uaviason county sou w
John O Wilson to sterling Heats,
land m county ... 'lb w
John Byers to Thomas Packet,
lot in JSdceheld 2,600 OO
John Harding to Julia luxon, lot
Ul UttlUUlgO M1UIUUU
W G Bowers to W K Shult, land
in Kentucky 2,000 00
M L Hays and J It Anderson to
B Stief, lot in Boyd's addition 3G0 00
Josiah Foster to Samuel Jenkins
land in county. SOO 00
M B Howell to Wm Tarbox, lot
in MoNairy's addition 1,437 SO
M B Howell to wm Taroox, lot
on Brook stroet 7,C25
Sarah B Woods to W W Berry.
79 acres and -81 poles of land
in the Oth civil district 30,000 00
CARVES COTTON SINS
TD8T DECEIVED A LARGE LOT OF THS
O above Cotton Gins. The great Improvement
consists in their having been made to run light
with ereater speed than heretofore. These Gins
are superior to any others brought to this couatry
Samples can be seen of tbem at our Warehouse f.
alia OJ IKJUeK" BhlGUti t.MU.lltt - I
JylJ-tf GEO. a ALLStlaj OojgSj
Wa are authorized t announce Col. W.J". Pros.
ner aa a candidate for re election to Congresi, f torn
the Fifth Congressional District of Tonneaaee, at
the coming election. cepStf-tde
To the Voters of the Fifth Congressional Dis
trict, composed of the counties of Davidson,
Wilson, Williamson, Sumner, ItoberUon and
After consultation with many friends
through the District, and in obedienca to their
opinions s.td wishes, as well as my own, I now
announce myself a candidate for Congress, at
the ensuing election in November, subject to
the action of a nominating convention to be
held by tho people of the District.
My views on the questions and duties of the
hour will bo made known as wideljr as circum
stances and time wilt permit, in a card and in
speeches, before the assembling of the conven
tion. KDWAKD I. GOLLADAY-
Lcbanon, Aug.28.lS70. td.
We are authorized to announce Gen. W. C. Whit
thorne, of Maury county, as a candidate for Con;
gna in the Sixth Congressional District of Ten
nessee. Election in Novembor next. Jy3Q-te
We are authorized to announca Joseph Motley,
of Wilson county, as a candidate for Congress
from the Fifth District of Tennessee, composed of
the counties of Davidson, Williamson, Wilson,
Snmner, Bobertson and Cheatham. Election In
We are authorized to announce Hon. W. O'N
PehkinS, of Williamson county, as a candidate for
Congress from the Filth Congressional Division
composed of the counties of Davidson, Williamson,
Wilson, Sumner, Bobertson and Cheatham. Elec
tion in November. Jyl9 to
Wo are authorized to announce Hon. Jo. O. Oar
rigin, of Lincoln, a candidate for Congress from
the Fourth Congressional District, at the ensuing
November election. jnn29-tde
We are authorized to announce Jos. E. Black
burn, of DeKalb county, as a candidate for Con
gress in the Third Congressional District, at the
November election. Jun29-tde
To the Editors of the Union and American:
iBTOHE.Tenn., June 12, 1870. Hease announce
me as a candidate for Congress in the Oth Con
gressional District, subject to a nomination by a
convention of the people, and oblige yours, etc.
Ton Bxstoh Smith.
We are authorized to announce Hon. Balis Fey
ton, of Sumner, as a candidate for Congress from
the Fifth Congressional District Election in No
vember. Junll tde
For Congress Fourtli District.
We are authorized to announce Hon. JOHN M
BRIGHT, of Lincoln county, as a candidate for
Congress In the Fourth Congressional District,
composed of tho counties of Butherford. Bedford,
Coffee, Cannon, Franklin, Lincoln, Uarshall and
Giles. Election in November. All his disablUtiss
have been removed by act of Congress. sep23te
For State Senate.
W are authorized to announce Thomas H. Pee
bles a candidate for the State Senate, at the ensu
ing November election, from the District com-
posea oi iuauxy, uic&uuuij uivLavu, cv.
w ir authorized to announce A. O. Merrltt a
candidate for the State Senate, from Davidson
v i Anthnrlr.pil in announce JlS. M. Man-
beau, a candidate for Floater in tho District com
posed of Smith, Sumne', Macon and Trousdale
Counties, at the ensuing November election.
We are authorized to announce N. W. McCON
np.t.t.. Vjtfi.. nf HartsviUo. a candidate for Floater
for the district compos bd of the counties of Sum
ner. Macon and Smith, at the ensuing November
Wo are authorized to announce jonn r eiurtu-
vant, of Montgomery, as a candidate for Floater
In tho next Legislature, for the District composed
of the counties of Davidson, Bobertson, Montgom
ery and Cheatham, snhiert to a nominating con
vention, If necessary, sspli-td
We are autnonzea K announce uoi iw -mor,
of Bobertson, as a candidate to represent
the Floterlal District, composed of the counties of
Davidson, Bobertson, Montgomery and Cheatham,
in tho next General Assembly of Tennessee, snb-
ject to a convention if necessary. sja31.tr
For the Legislature.
We are authorized to announce Col. WM. B.
DEM0S3 as a candidate for the lower hrancu oi
he Lecislature, subject to the decision or a con
To Ileprcicut "Wilson County.
3. v. DRAKE, candidate to reDresent Wilson
county in the House of representatives noxt Gen
AoncmhlT of Tennessee, is at the service of
iia friends and citizens generally the farmers,
mechanics, school-teachers and laboring men es
pecially. Election, November 8;h. sep22te
To theTlditors Union and American :
Having received a nnmucr oi solicitations
fiom partial friends throughout tnis iioicriai
District, requesting mo to become a candidate
to represent the district in the Thirty-Seventh
General Assembly, I hereby announce myself as
a candidate; ontsnouia a convention uo uviui-u
by tho Conservative Democratic party of the
district, and I not nominated, 1 shall most
cheerfully acquiesce in its decision.
A Good Fall Tonic.
GOOD FOB THE CUBE OF
AGUE or CHILLS,
Dr. S. O. KICIIAKDSON'S
SHERRY WINE BITTERS.
rpHE CELEBRATED NEW ENGLAND BEttE-
1. ay lor me cure oi jaunaice, r ever auu ague,
General Debility, and all diseases arising from a
Disordered Stomach, Liver or Bowels.
To tlio I'ubllc generally.
Ttnv cnu bottle of Sherrv Wine Bitters. dUute it
with u much water, and you wiH then have a
stronger and better Bitters than any other offered
IIajuI the foUawin'r from Dr. Leeoer. for many
years the most prominent physician and druggist
or tne piace:
Navabbe, Stark Co., Ohio, June 21. Soma time,
since, 1 received a lot of Dr. Itichardson'a Sherry1
Wine Bitters to sell on commission. They are all
sold, and your further supply of three dozen Just
received. 1 minx l Bnau nero morn buu.i, oa .ucj
are In good demand al highly praised by suffer,
era from Indigestion, dyspepsia and liver com
plaint, vours, very respecuuuy,
Bold by Drnggists generaUy.
Sold by BERBV, DE1IOVILLE & CO., Nashville.
EWIN, PENDLETON & CO., do
LITTEREB & CABLEB,
E. J. HANFOBD is CO., KnoxviUe.
Shun Worthless Nostrums.
USE,TIIAT WHICH IS GOOD.
ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM!
Sold by all Nashville Drnggists.
morbid Condition or the Illood.
These arc tho fruitful source of many diseases,
such as Scrofula, White Swelling, Gout, Ithenma-
tism, Erysipelas, Dicers, Chronic Sore Eyes,
Swelled Neck, Salt Rheum, Elngvrorm, Bo' is, Car
buncles, Kmples, Bio ches and Eruptions of all
For the cure ot these various affections, which
aro merely symptoms of a morbid state of the
Blood, medical skill and science have not yet dis
covered a Blood Purifier equal to the Oompocsd
Extbaot or Siilusgia. This great Health Re
storer and Blood-clear eing .Cordial thoroughly
eradicates every kind of humor and bstd taint, and
restores the entire bystem to a healthy and pet'
f cctly pure condition.
The genuine is prepared only by FEMBEBTON,
TAYLOR & Co , Chemists, Atlanta, Ga., and each
label bears the clgnature of J. 8. FEMBEBTON.
BY VIRTUE OF A W ABB ANT TO ME Di
rected, I will expose to the highest bidder for
casn. at tne uourtnonse aoor in tno ciry oi nasn-
vllle. on Saturday, the 22d day of October. 1870,
tho following described real estate, viz : Beginning
on the west side of Cherry street 190 feet a inches
from Alonroo street; tnence wim said unerry
street northwardly 33K feet: thence at right
angles westwardly 171 feet to tho margin or an
alley; thence at right angles southwardly 33
xeet; tuenco si ngnt angles casiwarury to inc oe
trinninz. levied to satisfy said warrant in favor of
tne united states ana aeiunst jiuuy ji. mamas.
Trustee, for $29 34, besides interest and costs. For
furtuer description oi property, seo uook page
113, Registers otnee, uanason county.
Dated this I3d day of Beptember.lSTO.
SAM'L a MARSHALL,
U. 8. Den. CoUector.
scp21-lawltSat CI Csdar St., Nashville, Tenn.
A. G ADAMS & 00.
EXCLUSIVELY WHOLESALE USA LB SS I
loots Shoes and Mats,
ts I'ubllc .Square,
Our Fall Stock is now complete, and is very large
and superior, we will sell tne trade at low prices.
Patent Hammered Horso Nails
Our Nallc are manufactured entirely from
'Benzon" Iron, and are unsurpassed by any nail
n markeL They are tne
"STANDARD" HOUSE NAII
OSlee, 68 West Van Buren street. Factory 68 k
68 West Van Buren, corner unnton bl, unicago.
jr. OOBWITH, Pres. A. W. KINGSLAND, Sec'y
u. . Bjialili, sup:.
Bend for sample card and price list. maSeodGm
T7ISSAYS FOB TOtJNG MEN, ON SOCIAL
Vj Evils, and the propriety or imnronrietv
getting Married, with sanitary help for those
who feel unfitted for matrimonial happiness.
Sent lreo. in scalod envelopes. Address, HOW-
ABD ASSQCJATIOS, KOx 1', FhllOTClphta, Pa
House for Kent,
in perfect repair, d convenfon t to business.
MBS. E. YORK,
1. 1 urn Mi CO
AA A A n UU T A.! I A u A- u V m A1 AA V A A. A-A. IAV W
B. H. COOKE.
mitt i mww w v r.Tir vmcv imTir tt a
JL furnished. Is now In complete order. Being situated in the buslneiVVeater of ths eitr mitJ
a desirable Btopplng place for all Travelers and Merchants visiting Loulsvule. '
Special IEntcN to Country Merchants PBrchnxinc their Goods In LoniavIIIc.
M.' IiHJA.1V fc CO , Proprietors
octMf ; Louisville, Kentucky.
1870. FALL TRADE! 1870.
i. M. COOKE & CO.
REM-iliDE CLQTHIHG: SHIRTS, ETC,, ETC.,
No. 70 East Side Public Square, NASHVILLE, TENN.
i JS BEG TO INFORM THE TRADE TTIAT WK NOW HAVE BEADY FOB THEIR INSPECTION
TT tho Largest and West Assorted stock of the above goods ever before offered in thin
market, consisting in part, of
10,000 Coaimcro, Satinet and Jeans Salts.
13,000 Clotli casimcrc, Satinet and Jeans Frocks and Sacks.
5,000 Reaver. CbinclilllaCasimere 'And Satinet Overcoats.
23,000 lllack. Doeskin, FnncyCaslacfc, Satinet, Jeans and Kcrscr Pants.
l,Ot)0 dot 1'nncy Casimcrc, Tweed, Trjcrino and Flaaael Over and Under
1,000 doz. Hickory rind Calico Shirts.
SOO doz. Linen llowoni Shirts.
1.000 doz. iracrinoand Drill Drawers.'
Cardegnn Jackets, Cum Overcoats, LegfriRS, etc.,
All of which we will offer to MERCHANTS ONLY, at the most POPCLAIt I'll ICES.
1. S Special attention (riven to orders.
a A. HANDLY.
COWAN & CO.,
Hosiery, Notions, Jewelry, Etc.,
No. 37 Public Square, NASHVIJLLE, TJHNN.
"I IYING OUR UNDIVIDED ATTENTION TO
TO BUY HI3 GOODS
se t 2m
G. II. WESSEL & SON,
Bakers and Conicctionora,
ALSO, SE1LXBS TS
Fancy Groceries, Fruits, Nuts, eta
importers oi nines, j.iquors,
Ale and Porter,
Hoi, 43 and 45 Union Street,
THEY RESPECTFULLY INFORM THEIR
friends and the public generaUy, that they
have reduced tne wholesale lTicesox
CANDY AND Jir.ACI4.EllS.
We are also making a line quality of BREAD,
which our waeona are ready to (deliver to any part
of the city, or ship to fill orders for any other point
we aiso ceep inu Buppues oi nne imported
Teas, Wines and Liquors, Scotch
Ales ana Lonaon A-oner.
Also, Fruits, Nuts, Iljxlsiux, Pickles,
uannca trims oi o.ji uinas,
Oysters, Sardines, Catsups, Sauce
which we are offerlnK at sreatly reduced prlo
and to which we Invite the attention of the Trade
C. H. WKSSEIi & SON,
to" Wedding and Party orders promptly a
ended to. aprl-tf
BURTON & STOCKTON,
UNITED STATES HOTEL,
HAS JUST BEEM REriTTED.
MME A. SELTZ RESPECTFULLY INFORMS
her lady friends and the pnblio in general
that, having attached to her estab'ishment a com
netnnt hind direct from FRANCE, she is pre
pared and will devote her attention to Cleaning,
Uleacaing ana iuenaiDK au xinua ui una, uur
tains, etc, making tnem equal to new; 8he is
also prepared to cut and make children's suits for
either sex, BY MEASURE, in a style which can
not be excelled.
All orders will receive prompt auenuon, ana,
will be executed at tho shortest notice, at No. 1111
Church street, or 181 North Market street.
OR SHALLENBERCEH 5
Pever and Ague
Always Stops the Chills, V
J.1iU Mcdicino liasbccii before tho Pub
iiu fifteen yearp, and ia still ahead of oil
other kniTwnrciacdiea. Udoesnotpurgt,
dooa not sicken the stomach, is pcrfectlj :
Kiw m say doso and arniei all circucr j
( vi' ofi, and i3 tho nnlyMSHwu. that ml t
cure (imeiately ;
r,l ptrmancntlj svery form of IW j
tn 1 A;nu- liwaiiso it i - p rtf 4"' !
loin o lialnriia i
County Court at Nashville.
Elizabeth Tyncs, Adm'x, vs. Thomas Cofer et all.
AT THE OFFICE OF THE CLERK OF THE
County Court at Nashville, on the I7th day of
September, 187 , on motion of complainant, by
counsel in the above cause; and it appearing to
the satiafaction of tbo Clerk, that the said defend
ant. Thnmti Cofer. Martha Cofer. and the minor
children of William Cofer, deceased, are non-residents
of tho State of Tennessee, and therefore,
tho ordinary process of this Court cannot bo
served upon them;
It is therefore oruerea oy me ue uai
llotlon be made for four weeks in succession In
th Nashville Union and American, a newspaper
published in tho city of Nashville, reouiring the
haiu aeienaama w vppv&r mv "u idiu u. w
County Court to ba holden for the county of Da
vidson, at the Courthouse thereof, in tho city of
Nashville, on ths Brat Monday in November next,
and answer said bill, or the same will he taken for
confessed as to them, and set for hearing ox parte
sep25-lawlt sun W. G. EWIN, Clerk.,
ENOCH MORGAN'S SONS'
than -So nr.
It cleans Windows (without water):- remov
ing stains from itlarblc and l'aint; polish
ing Kiilvcx, (no scratching) ; washing UIn1io;
scrubbing floors, Floor cloth, Tables, Bath
tubs, etc ; polishing Tin, Brass, Iron, Copper and
Steel Wares; removing Gums, Oil, Bust and Dirt
from Machinery. Indispensable for Uonsu Clean
ing, and all uses (except washing clothes). It costs
but a few cents, and Is sold by aT good Grocery,
Drug and Notion Stores.
8oli wholesale at Sll Washington street, New
York, and 30 Oxford street, London. aug7eodly
TXAVTKn THIS DAY PURCHASED THE IN-
ti tercsts of C. N. C. F. Ordway, in the firm
of GORDON, RANKIN k ORDWAY, we shall con
Wholesale Clothing Business,
under tho firm name of
GORDON & RANKIN.
Thankful for the liberal patronage bestowed upon
us in the past, and hoping Uiat we may merit and
receive a continuance ot tne same, we are
Respectfully, B. J. GORDON,
' sep23-tf D. P. RANKIN.
xt - tth -vtTsm
1.11V r. 'I V HpUit Ttn Bll Ml
JOHN P. WHITE
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
33, II, COOKE
3. N. BBADSHAW.
THIS BRANCH OF TRADE, WZ MAKE IT TO THE
of lirory Merchant
COWAN &, CO.
No. 6 2Grth College Street
deo7-U NASHVILLE, TENN.
ROBERT W00D& CO.
FH I LADELPH I A
Ornamenta! Iron Works!
GARDEN AND CEMETERY ADORNMENT
Caat. Wrought Iron and Wire Bailing!.
Fountains, Yaaei, Verandas, Settees, Arbon,
Chairs, gammer Houses.
Bplralandttralght, In every varioty of pattern.
New and improved atylei of JUj Backs, Hangers,
Stable Fixtures, Stall Divisions, etc.
PATENT WIRE WORK.
Bailings, Store Fronts, Door and Window
Guards, Farm Fencing, etc.
Having fitted np oar Foundry vith special refer
ence to the above claas of work, v are now pre
pared to nil with promptness all orders for Bronx
Castings of Statuary, colloeal, heroic and life sixe.
ORNAMENTAL IRON GOODS.
The largest assortment to be found In the United
States, all of which are executed with the express
view of de
the taste, while they combine, all
the requisites of
Deauiyana suDeianuai construe-
Purchasers rosy rely on hsvlccr all articles care
fully boxed and shipped to the place of destination.
Designs will be sent to those who wish to make
a selection. aprlJ-Sm
101 and 103 N. market Street,
HAVE BEADY FOB THE FALL TRADE A
complete assortment of every style of Plea
snre Vehicles, Including our celebrated "Magic"
Buggy, for two or four passengers; Spring
Wagons for all purposes, with or without tops;
heavy and light no top Bugjies at very low figure.
The best article of Sulkies always on hand. Re
pairing done at moderate prices.
anl9-3m POWERS & HUNT.
N. A. Hamilton vs. G. W. Boois AttscbmenL
I It having appeared to the satisfaction of the
Court that the defendant, G. W. Bools, Is a non
resident of the State of Tennessee; It is ordered
that publication bo made for thirty days In the
Union and American, a newspaper published In
Nashville, to notify the said G. W. Bools to appear
at my office In Nashvill. at 11 o'clock a. St., on the
th day oi uctoocr, ittiu, to answer in ins auove
cause, or judgment will be rendered ex parte,
this the 1ML day of September, isth
T.D. CAS8ETTY, J. F.
THE GREAT AMERICAN
1 nEAI.TH RESTORER puri
nes the blood and rum BcrofnU.
Sphih, Siln Dis-at, lUieiunv
tism, Diseases of Women, and all
chronic affections cf th blood,
literand kidueyn. Recommended
lijr the Medical Faculty asd many
thou.nds of our best citizens.
Uc-.t Iho testimony of rhysl
cijns and patients who hare used
Krmdalr. Send for our Rngadalis
auidutollealtii Book, or A'.nmiic
fi) tMi Jinr, which we publish for
gratuitous distribution; it will
gits iv'i miwh valuable Informa
Dr. B. W. Carr, A Bdlhnore.
I take pleafurn in recommend
ing your UfWjuiLis as a very pow
erful alterative. I have sevn it
used in two cases with happy re
sults one in a case of secoudaryi
syphilis. In whirh the patient pro
nounced himself cured after hav
ing taken five botliia of your med
icine; the'other 13 case of scrof
ula of lonir grinding, which Is
rapidly lm; raving under its nse,
and the Ind'xations ars that the
ltlent win soon recover. I have
carefully examined the formula
by which your Rosadalls Is made,
and find It is an excellent com
pound of all alterative ingredients.
Dr. Bparks, of Nicholas vice, Ky.,
says he has used Bosadalis in cases
of scrofula and secondary syphilis
with satlsfartoiy results. As
eleanar of the blood I know no
Samuel G. McFadden, of Mar
freesboro, Tenn., says:
I have used seven bottles of Bo
sadalis, and am entirely cured of
rheumatism. Band me four bot
tles, ss I wish it for my brother,
who has scrof ulons sore eyes.
BenJ. Bechtol, of Lima, Ohio,
I have suffered for twenty years
with an inveterate eruption ever
my whole body; a short time
since I purchased a bottle of Bosa
dalis and it effected a perfect rare.
Rosndltlls is soil by al
Laboratory, NO. 61 Exchange
CLEMENTS A Co..
BY YIXTUB OF A WARRANT TO ME Di
rected, from D. W. Peabody, Collector United
States Revenue 5th district, I will expose to the
highest bidder for cash, at the Courthouse door,
on Saturday, the 22d day of October, 1870, the fol
lowing described real estate, viz- Lots 195, 153 and
194 in 8outh Nashvnie, EwingV addition, begin
ning at comer of Woods street and Stevenson ave
nue, extending thence along the east margin of
said Stevenson avenue OVA feet, to the corner of
lot No. 192; thence at right angles east 190 feet to
an alley: thence at right-angles south alone said
alley 97T feet to Woods street corner of lot No. 194 ,
thence at right angles west along (aid Woods street
190 feet to the beginning. For further deecrlDtions
see Book. 33. page 127. Register's office. Davidson
county, Tenn., being levied npon-aa the property
ox juts. & a siewan, to rauaiy said warrant In
favor of the United States and azalnst Mrs. E. A.
Stewart, for $30.00 (thirty), besides interest and
Dated this 23d day of September, 1870.
. BAal.X. a MARSHALL,
U. 8- Deputy Collector,
, se2Klawltsat 81 Cedar St., Nashville, Tenn.
In th'Yoiiiig ant lisiiig
rTHE VEGETATIVE POWERS OF LIFE ABE
strong, but In a few years how often the palid
hue, the lack-lustre eye and emaciated form, and
the Impossibility of application to mental effort,
show its baneful Influence- It soon becomes evi
dent to the observer that some depressing lnfla
ence Is checking the development of thejsody.
It talked of, and perhaps the youth, is removed
from school and sent Into the country. This Is
one of ths worst movements. Removed from or
dinary diversions of the ever-changing scenes of
the dry, the powers 'ef the body, too much en
feebled to give xest to healthful and rural exercise, .
thoughts sre turned inwards upon themselves. If
the patient be a
The approach of the menses is looked for with -anxiety,
as the first symptom In which Nature Is
to show her saving power In diffusing the circula
tion and vlaitlng the cteek with
Tho Bloom of Health.
Alas! increase of appetite has grown by what It
fed on; the energies of the system are pros
trated, and the whole economy Is deranged. The
beautiful and wonderful period In which body and
mind undergo so fascinating a change from child
to woman, Is looked for In vain ; the parent's heart
bleeds In anxiety, snd fandei the grave but wait
ing for its victim.
For Weakness arising from excesses or early India
cretlon, attended with the following symptoms :
Indisposition to Exertion, Loss of Power, Loss of
Memory, Difficulty of Breathing, General
Weakness, Horror of Disease, Weak
Nerves, Trembling, Dread
ful Horrorof Death,
Dimness of Vision, '
Languor, Universal Lassitude
of the Muscular system. Often Enormous
Appetite with Dyspeptlo Symptoms, Hot Hands
Flushing of the Body, Dryness of the Skin, Pallid
Countenance and Eruptions an the Face, Pala
In the Back, Heaviness of the Eyelids,
Frequent Black Spots flying before the
Eyes, with Temporary Suffusion
and Loss of Bight, Wsnt of At
tention, Great Mobility, ,
with Horror of Bodety. ,
Nothing is more desirable to such patients than
Solitude, and nothing they more dread, for Fear
of Themselves ; no Repose of Mannar, no Earnest
ness, no Speculation, but a hurried Transition
from one question to another.
These symptoms, If allowed to go. on which
this Medicine invariably removes soon follow
loss or POWER,
is one of which the patient may expire
During the Superintendence of DR. WILSON' S
the Bloomlngdale Asylum, this sad result occurred
to twe patients; reason had for a time lef t themy
and both died of epilepsy. They were of both
sexes, and about twenty years of age.
Who can say that these excesses are no f reqnont-I
I foUowed by those direful diseases.
IXSANITY & COXSUKPTION
The records of the Insane Asylums, and the mel
ancholy deaths by Consumption, bear ample wit
ness to the truth of these assertions. In Lnnatta
Asylums the most melancholy exhlbltlc3 appears.
The countenance Is actually sodden xudulto des
titute ooithei Mirth or Grief ever visits It, Should
a sound of the voice occur, It It rarely articulate.
"With woeful measures wan Despair
Low sullen sounds their grief beguiled." .
Whilst we regret the existence of the above dis
eases and symptoms, we are prepared to offer an
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tlent, and this Is a testimony of all who have used
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Bold by Drnggists and Dealers everywhere?
Price $L23 per bottle, or six bottles for J1S0.' De
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Drug and Chemical Warehouse
No. VH Broadway, New York.
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