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UNION AND AMERICAN'
WEBMKSAT PrTBC a?,TiS7Z.
Thiees lias accepted a pair of ball pups
from the Marquis of .Manchester. Perhaps
Tie wants to baia-elected President.'
f. AccoBDiscTto tha St, Lou&. Builiam
'ttc'bssV Democratic minas tii 'Missouri
are "perplexed io the extreme as to the
The New York Sun, -which reports
&Uifr Burke's lectures in "f unsays that
"110 report, however exact, can afford an
adequate idea of the vivid loquonco of this
The London Times quietly remarks that
"the United States -can boast of-being the
freest government on eaitb, as well as the
most corrupt." How does Grant relish such
a "compliment" as that from his British or
gan. - ( m t
Kansas Crrr, Missouri, took '. $100,000
stock in a railroad running through '4ba coal
regjon, o,condItion.tht th& road should
transport coal from the'mlnes to thilUcity
at an expense not exceeding eight dollars
per car load. "'The result is that the people
"of that city are now furnished coal at twelve
and a half cents per bushel.
A Rochestee (N. Y.) Jury has acquit
ted a railroad conductor of the charge of
manslaughter In causing the death of pas
sengers, on tho ground that in their opin
ion the conductor bad no ability to run a
train; that he had no judgment worthy of
the name, and that what little he did bate
he exhausted in performing his duties.
Could that verdict be said to ba a reflec
tion upon the company employing him?
Asfiort .Is mating to units .Denmark,
Sweden and Norway under one common
head. At the present time the people of
the above named countries favor the pro
ject, and it is also supported by the King of
Denmark and the ruler of Sweden and Nor
way. The latter, King Oscar, who has but
lately succeeded to the throne left vacant by
bis brother, King Charles XV., has repeat
edly expressed his willingness to waiveibis
rights to the' crowns, if by such abdication
the union could be accomplished.
The Philadelphia Press, Forney's paper,
says in its issue of Nov. 22:
"It is probable that the "Alabama trou
ble" will end to-day or to-morrow by the
Republican members of the Legislature re
turning to their seats in the regular body,
organized in the State Capitol. These
members have acted unwisely, to use no
harsher term. JRepublicauism in tho South
is constantly scandalized by these attempt
cd usurpations. The party record there is
not so bright that it can stand staining for
ever." The Radical members who got up this
little rebellion have not yet returned to
their seats In the regular body. If they
were Democrats there would be a terrible
howl raised over this indication that the
"rebel spirit" of the 'people of the South
had not yet been subdued. But as they
are "Republicans," the 'Grant organs have
no complaint to make. The Press Is the
only one we have 'yet jseen thai '.condemns
tho little rebellion. "-.
A Washington correspondent says of
the approaching session of Congress:
"Southern business interests arc going to
make vigorous appeals for aid towards con
structing the James and Kanawha Canal
and the one proposed In Georgia, by which
the Tennessee Is to be connected with the
Atlantic Thero are several minor schemes
in the South which prqposa to open and
make available Interior, .navigable waters.
There will be a strong demand "made in this
directicn,but there will be opposition equally
as vigorous against granting to private corpo
rations subsidies of land or credit for such
purposes. There is, without doubt, a strong
current setting, especially "West and South,
in favor of the General Government doing
something comprehensive to unite by arti
ficial channels the navigable watera of the
Ohio and Mississippi andGnlf systems. But
it is shaping Itself towards having the work
needed done by and for the Government,
and to be made, as the military roads were,
virtually free to all the people."
The Nashville Bulletin, Radical, has a
correspondent who writes as follows :
"One of the most substantial results of
the election is the fact that the Conserva
tive Union men aro abandoning the Demo
cratic party by hundreds and joining the
Republicans. The Republicans are doing
all they can to make their old Union allies
feel once more at home. The era of good
feeling has dawned. The JohnEon men
look with loathing and contempt upon the
Cheatham men; and in a few months the
men who voted for Johnson and the men
who voted for Maynard will constitute one
host, fighting for one faith under one ban
ner." This correspondent will find that he Is
counting the most of his chickens before
thpy are hatched. Wo believe It true that
some of the men -who voted for Johnson
and the men who voted for Maynard will in
a very short time, If they do not now, "con
otitute one hoEt, fighting for one faith under
one banner." Those some will come from the
ranks of the Johnson men in the late can
vass, who from the bitterest denunciations
of the ex-President became in the twinkling
of an eyo his warmest advocates, simply that
they might thereby disorganize and beat the
Democracy. Those Democrats in principle
who supported Mr. Johnson will never be
found in the host which fights for the prin
ciples, policy and practices of the Grant ad
ministration. EMOTIONAL IKSAKI I Y.
An important bill has been Introduced
into tho Indiana Legisliture to protect so
ciety against the danger ensuing from Bet
ting at liberty persons who may have beon
acquitted of murder, manslaughter, rob
bery, arson, rape, burglary, or larceny,
upon the ground of Insanity. Whenever
any person shall ba prosecuted for any
murder, manslaughter, robbery, arson, rape,
larceny, burglary, arsxult, or assault
and battery ?ith Intent to commit any
felony, or any othor felony, and
the plea of Insanity shall be set up In de
fense, It shall bo the duty of the court or
jury trying the defendant to find specifical
ly whether such defendant was or was not
insane when tho alleged offense was com
mitted, and whether such Insanity was im
pulslve, homicidal or moral, or not, and in
case the court or jury shall find tho defend
ant to have been insane when the offense
was committed, he or she shall be found
not guilty thereof.
Any person ac-
quitted in any of
the cases heretofore
be committed to
some secure and
strong ward of
tho hospital for the insane for tho term of
two years, and as much longer as may bo
necessary to complete the cure of such de
fendant, but suc'i defendant shall be kept
wholly soparato and apart from all other
patients in such hospital. When any such
person shall be acquitted of any charge of
murder, manslaughter, robbery, or rape, by
reason of the impulsive, homicidal or moral
insanity of such person, then such person,
upon his or her acquittal, shall be securely
confined in such strong ward in said hospi
tal for the insane during his or her natural
life. " ' ' "
Bieffrajtbleal.uS&.eiefee of Members ef
,Hdh..S. L. WarreD, Senator" elect from'
the eighteenth Senatorial district, composed
of the countlesTifHardiDjTDecatar, Benton?
McNairy and Hendewett,- was bopi inMc
Nairy county, and"J;jtoig 358rao,fee,
Etc I is a lawyer and is now engaged In the
practice of his profession at Purdy, the
county seat of hianatlve county.,. He "was
quite young and had just commenced the;
practice, when the late war broke put, and;
notwithstanding his youthfulness he had
won for himself an enviable reputation as a;
lawyer, and was considered ono of the;
leading members of the West Tennessee
bar. Having been, raised a Whig of the
Henry CLy school, and having teen tan? bti
from hhrboyhood to love and venerate -thai
"flag of his;conntry,V iwhsn the .war broke
out, he espoused the cause of the govern
ment and served through the war as a Major
of infaniry. - Returning' from the war at
Its close, he became an ardent advocate for
peace and reconciliation, and as a candidate;
of the Conservative party, was elected a
member of ihe House of Representatives
and served as a member of that body.-
during the session of 1865 and 1866. After
having served Ids constituents with marked
ability during that session of the Legisla
ture, he returned to his home and was soon :
appointed United States District Attorney
for the district of West Tennessee, which
position he held with honor to himself and
credit to J.he government, during the year
1807 and 1868. He was again elected and
served as a member of the House of Rep
resentatives of the years 1869 and 1870, and
after the close of that session was elected
to a seat inJState Senate of 1871. In this
bedy Mayor Warren was' chairman of the
Committee on the Penetintlary, a member
of the Committee on Claims, the Judiciary
Committee, and the Committee on Charita
ble Institutions, besides several Bpecial com
mittees of Importance to the State. Not
withstanding the onerous duties devolving
upon him. he raetthemall with promptness,
and was always ready to meet all questions
aiising for debate. Always at his desk,
and ever watchful of the interests .of tho
people, he' made a record that will be tho
boast of Ids friends for many years to come.
No bill, resolution, amendment or motion
was ever passed tho Smate without first
having been scrutinised by his
ever watchful eye. He seldom spoke,
only In fact upon important matters and
whenever ho rose to present his views to
Senators he.wa3 always listened to with
marked interest. In the late canvass Mj.
Warren received the nomination of tho
Democratic party of his district and made
the race as a Democrat, supporting the en
tire Democratic ticket. He is prominently
spoken of as Speaker of the incoming
Senate, and hla election will be urged by
his friends. His postoffice is Purdy, Mc
Hon. Robert McKenna, Senator from the
twenty-third district, composed of the
counties of Shelby, Fayette and Tipton,
wa3 born in Glasgow, Scotland, in the year
1826, and Is consequently 46 years of ago.
He has never before been In pa jlic life, his
present office being the first official position
held by him. Previous to the lato war he
was engaged in the mercantile and manu
facturing business, but since that time has
resided upon his farm in Shelby
county, where ho now lives, en
gaged in agricultural pursuits.
He has recently obtained lettera patent of
the United States for four different im
provements on the cotton gin, which im
provements are his own invention . He has
the Improvements attached to a gin used
by bimself, and they are highly spoken of
by all who have seen them, and will no
doubt be a valuable acquisition to that
branch of mechanism. In the late canvass
Mr. McKenna was nominated by the Re
publican party, and made his race as a Re
publican, supporting the entire Republican
ticket. His postoffice is White's Station,
Hon. W. M. Beck, Representative elect
from the county of Hardeman, was born
in Butler county, Ohio, on the 11th day of
April, 1824, and is consequently 48 years of
sge. When quite young he moved to tne
Stal6 of Illinois, where ha learned the
wagon and carriage maker's trade. In
1S50 ha crossed tho plains to California!
where he was engaged ia -mining in the
counties of Placer and Nevada, until June,
iS63, whon he sailed again for the
Atlantic States. Upon arriving hero
Le bought the farm on which he bas e'eer
Elnca resided, engaged in farming. He lias
r.everbefore been in public life, and in tha
recent canvass he was brought out by the
people without regard to party and was sup
ported by all alike, only- losing two out of
two hundred and fifty votes in his own
home district. He holds that extremes of
all kinds arc dangerous and Is decidedly
Conservative In hjs views, and injsists that
it is the present and the future, notthe past,
that wo how have to deal with. In the late
canvass he supported the entiro Democrat
ic ticket. His post-office Is Middleton;
Hon. Willis Worley, Representative
elect from tho county of Gila's, was born
In Williamson county, Tennessee, ami is
now 54 years of age. He" xtwsA to ttee
county to be represented: by haawbea he
was quite young, whore he was raleed is Use
busy pursuits of a farmer,, receiving in the
meantimsagood common school education.
For, some years after arriving at tie age of
maturity ho devoted his 'tima to teaching
schcol and Improving h's own edaeatfon.
He has been a JaUse of
tho Peace in his county for many years,
both before and since the war, and In the
year 1859 was Railroad Tax Collector for
his county. He commandd, a company of
infantry In the Confederate army, and was
captured at Fort Donclsoa and .sent to a
Northern prison, where ho remained uutil
regularly exchanged. He is at-present en
gaged In farming in Giles countyahd is de
voting much attention to tho improvement
of the stock of tho country. Such intelli
gent agriculturists as Mr. Worloy are
badly needed in all Stato Legislatures, and
tho interest of that branch of industry will
receive marked attentio n from him . Iii
late canvass Mr. Worley received the nom
ination of the Democratic party of his coun
ty for his present position, and ho made the
canvass as a Democrat, supporting the en
tire Democratic ticket. His postoffice is
TnE fire which visited the beautiful little"
town of Abbeville, S. C, on Sunday, the
17lh inst., appears to have been even more
serious than was at first reported. The
local paper says of Its results : " The busi
ness interests of our town have been par
alyzed, a portion of our best and most
beautiful range of buildings destroyed, tho
legal documents of our county are in ashes.
It will be years before the Injuries occas
ioned by the fire will be overcome." Here
was a great fire that did greater damage
than that of Chicago or Boston, according
to the size of the places, and yet it scarcely
receives a passing nouce.
"ft rNASHLLExIJNIOy AM? AJDBRIGAN.- lEDNESDJLYf KFMEB ST, 1872
The action of the President in the matter
of the appointment of the PMlfidelphia
postmaster, under tho civil service rules, has
excited considerable lr$ amongihrpolitir
clans of the Republican party wo worked
shardorGrant!fl re-election. .-.Even Fred.
Douglass comes out In his paper criticising
the President, t The httcr.dVems the attack
worthy of notice and. m a double leaded
editorial, .which was dictated for his organ
at the Executive Mansion, thus represents
The President ias lately given, the entire
question of civil service a good deal of at?
tentlon and consideration, and is, wo uut
derstand, entirely satisfied thatthe compe
titive system should not be rigidly enforcedj
if, indeed, he is not convinced that it should,
be entirely abolished, " What Is required is;
a standard of efficiency to which all who
are candidates Should be up. When that is
attained then the secondary considerations
will ba considered It is not the Intention
to put-tho enemies of the Republican party
on an equal footing with hard-working.
RepublicauSjbut It Is tho intention thaf'hard;
working Republicans" shall not obtain office
without the least regard to their compe-i
tency. Gen. Grant believes that firstof all,
all other things being equal, tho men who,
have stood by the party should bo appointed,
to office In preference to those who have,
been opposed to it.
This looks as though the President had de
termined to back down a little from the po
sition which he took in the Philadelphia case.
Then, upon the other hand, we have tho
Ngw York Times, the leading Radical or
gan of the country, in its issue of the 23d
calling upon Congress to back the President
in his first position. It calls upon public
opinion to sustain him. Of course it means
the "public opinion" of his own partisans,
as tha public Opinion of his opponents has
been very freely and emphatically expressed.
Speaking of the nomination of Faijman,
tho deputy, to be post-mastor of Philadel
phia in lieu of Bingham who resigned, the
Times calls attention to tho fact the Senate
has yet to confirm tha nomination of Mr.
Falrman. It has long been the custom
of the Senate to refer all appointments
to the Senators from the States in which are
the offices to be filled. If Cameron should
be willing to carry his opposition to the
Senate, the issue would be doubtful unless
the Senators should make up their minds
that their constituencies thoroughly approve
the course of the President, and desire its
continuance, and thereupon determine to
stand by the people at some risk to them
selves as office seekers. The difficulty
which may thus arisa in the case of Mr.
Falrman, may arise in regard to an appoint
ment to any vacancy in offices filled by the
consent of the Senate, and included in the
civil service rules. Of these offices, there
are some three thousand, and the applica
tion of real reform to them dopend3 finally
on the Sanato.
But there is some responsibility also upon
the House of Representatives. The machine
ry for the enforcement of the civil service
rules requires a number of local examining
boards, proportioned to the extent to which
the rules are applied. These ought o have
some members chosen from outside the
present service. To securo this requires
further action by Congress. It Is at least
gratifying to sse that while the President
Is trying to back out from the advanced po
sition he took in tho Philadelphia case, the
Now York Times, hte loading organ, i3 call
ing upon tha S3nat J and Housa of Repre
sentatives and upon public opinion to help
him to stand fast. The Times concludes its
appeal thus :
It is difficult to believo that Congress will
fail to see, not only the plain duty, bat the
equally plain interost it.volved In cordially
supporting the President in this reform.
We do not expect' unanimity, but wo do
expsct a hearty and practical acceptance of
the President's measures. The responsibil
ity now reiTs clearly on Congress, and first
and most directly on tha Senate. In that
body are many members who, during the
recent canvass, upheld with great vigor the
claims of th Republican party to be trust
ed as a Reform party. They were sustained
in 8oing so by the Philadelphia platform, by
the policy of the President, and by the uni
form sentiment of the best portion of the
party. It is not just to those gentleman to
supposo that thoy aro prepared to falsify by
their own actions the claims they made on
;tho confidence of the people. If they are
made to know Distinctly tuat the people
would look on any such course on their part
as agross breach of trust, as well as apiece
of great folly, there need be no qu:stion as
to the result.
Like the German Government, that of
Italy is troubled about the number of its
people who are emigrating, and is seeking
tho ceuse thereof. Thec It'alkus as-well a3
the Germans must have taken Mr. Grcc-ley's.advica-to
"Go West." , ' ': ''
When Monroe waslejectexi President the
second time, his; opponent,, John cQuincy
'Adam?, -got but onetf'electora,l vo.fe.. Let
John Qaincy Adams, Jr., who was a can
didate for Vice President on the 0?Gonor
ticket, take courage. He came within one
of getting a3 many votes as his grand
father. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
SFEClAlT K0TIGE. " "
THURSDAY. 28tb, being THANKSGIVING
DAY. 'we have deferred the sale of the
bAND'OltD PROPERTY In Kilgetleld to
Friilny, 20th Inst, at 11 A. mi.
ARLINGTON, KARRAR. & 'WEAKLEY,
nov27 tf il. O. SCOVEL. Agents.
Money! Money! Money!
NL'ilBEK or PARTIES
OeMro to IJorron Money
On Real Estate i-untiw or on gooil Collaterals.
The-e hiving mo ey to loan viould do well to
eall ob us.
AKUIGTo:i. FAUlt&H & WEAKLEY,
nov27 eod tf Agents,
For Kent for 1873.
Largo and email, in the city and In Edgefield;
hloroliouseH, UUicea, 'Bedrooms. Also,
AUUlSUTON, FAUllAIt & WEAKX.BY,
nov2I cod tf Agents.
VT ASHVILLE, TEXN.. NOV. 26, 1. THE
LN Prp!ilent cf the United States having
Tlinrstlay, llio 2StIi insf.. ns a Bnj of
The National Hank of this city will be closed
on that U. Notex and Hills tailing due upon
that .lajr l.ould he Jiali! on WKHNKSDAY, tho
l'vlilr Fourth National Bank.
I'v-l.ier 'I bin! N at ional Bank.
vr. It. D titT. II,
C'a!i.ir ..' d NatlonM Bank.
Y Jt. 1 1KRFJELD,
An't Ca-tii..r Klrst National Bank.
LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION HAV
ing been lssnd to me fur winding up the es
tate ot John Q. Dodrt, rin:M. all peronn owlag
tald ettato are hereby noti'ted to come forward
and settle; and thuw bating cl alius against the
estate are requested to proorit tho same, within
the time prescribed bv la, or ho forever barred.
A. F. WUllWIAN, Pub. Adin'r,
otlico, 4C Union street.
novi: 21 noi&decB
IN VIEW OF THE FACT T I AT OUR EN
tlre stock of Mulei and Hor s are contined
to Uks stable, we have gote to . .asiderable ex
pense In purchasing Oxen in ox r to continuo
the delivery of CotU. The n 'litional outlay
Extra Cliarsre Xoc Cartage of
00 cents per load
for the present. Theremin be no chnnjjo Id
tbo prico of Coal. To those l'urni.-hiug their"
own transportation, taeprlce at the yard will bo
the fame as heretofore '
MADISON STRATTOH & 00.
nov263t E. McIVER &-CO, -'
The Strakosch Concerts.
Honaay.EYenlng, Dec 2d, 1872.
, The public aro xespectfullyinformed that
M'lle OARLOTTA PATTI,
Tho world renowned Contatrlco.
Kiss A. I CAST, the favorite American
M'llo T. OAKBEXO.ltho Talented Yonng
Pianiste; , , r
Mens. E. yAUKET, the eminent Violin Vbj-
SJbbof B. SCOXjAKA, the eminent Basso,
Tha celebrated Tenor.
Conductor SIGNOR SIABZol
Will make their first appearanca.ln Nashville this
TWO GRAMD CONOERTSi
MoBtlay and Taesday ETeniHgs.rDec.
" 2d and 3d. f
ADMISSION, Including Beserved Seats,
and B2.Q0. according to location.
The sale of Beserved Seats to commence Fri-
"Weber Piaros used at tho Strakosch Concert
THREE MGHTS AND MATINEE
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday,
GRAND THANKSGIVING MATINEE
Thursday, Kot. 23, 2tf o'clock P.3.
Cal Wagner's Minstrels,
J. a. HATEKbT, Jf anager.
Will have the honor of appearing before the cltii
zuiaui mi's uii y ui i tcrica ui iug.i uuun
da Ethlopp, introducing each
ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAMME.
POPC&AIt and TA)LISNTD AKTI5TS,
Prominent among whom aro
CAT. ViflNBS, HAM IMilCF,
jo hay uuuiiER, :iit:;Y bkow.v,
CASFIELD AND BOOKER,
SONG & DANCE ARTISTS.
The Great California Quartette, com
TYELSjIXG BllOJ. and J. W, FJiEEru.
JiaFBEO WILSON, tho Great and Won
derful Character Actor,
With a Fine Orchestra & Krass Band.
PRICES AS USUAL.
Beserved Seats on salo at McClure's Music
Store. Doors open atT, commenciny at 8.
I. U. HODGES, Gsn'l Agent.
John ir. nm. 1872.
Oscar P. Hill.
Time Extended Irom
to Dec. 1.
And an Extra Large Stock of
Window Shades, Btc,
At Cost for Gash Only.
JOHN W. HTXiL & CO., PBOPBIETOBS OP
tho Manufacturers' Southern Depot, will
continuo to offer, for sixty days from October 1,
their entiro mammoth new etock. of WATA.
PAPEB, "WINDOW SHADES, MIBBOBS,
etc., at cost, exclusively for cash. If you. want
goods In this line now is the'time to buy. Give
us n call, and we will satisfy you that we are
selling at cost. Orders solicited.
JOHN W. HILL & CO.,
22 South College Street,
Between Church and Jlroad streets, Nashville.
nov3 eodlm -
REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION.
GBEAT AUCTION SALE
FRIDAY, NOV. 29, 1872,
At 11 o'clock A. 31.
ON FBIDAY, NOT. 20, 1872, WE "WILL
sell at Auctim tha following property locat
ed in the beautiful City or Edgrcfleld.bclong
ing to our former to wnsman-A. U. SANDFOED,
A tvftHstory Brlek Rosidenco and Lot
SOxHG feet on Tulip street, between 'Woodland
and Bussell streets.
A one-ktory I'rnme Cottage with brick
banement, lot 100il5 feet to an alley, on Father
land street, and near the entrance to Hickory.
Alao, that very beautiful and extra
i.ot frootlng-on Uak and running bacic to Tulip
street, adjoining the residences of Col. Kanisey
and Mr. Hollin. This beautiful Lot will be of
fered as a wholo, and if not told, will then be
sold in lots according to a plan of survey to be
found In our offlc s.
'i'vm!i eay. and will be made known on
day of sale, for further Information apply to
ARRINGTON, FAKBAB & WEAKLEY,
novll eodtf Or H. G. SCOVEL, Agonts.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF THE Au
thority in ma vested by the provisions, of
a deed of trust executed on the twenty-sixth day
of September, eighteen hnndred and' seventy
one, by Marcus It. Toney to G. W. Gordon,
Trustee for tho "Llfo Association of America,"
I will at tho Courthouse doori In the citv of
Nashvillo, county of Davidson and State of Ten
Wednesday, December, tho IDtli, 1S72,
soil for cash at public vendue to the highest bld
dtr the tollowlng described tract of about ten
acres of land sltuato and being in tho county of
Davidson and Stato of Tennessee, the same
being known as Toney's addition to the town of
Edgefield Id said county as aforesaid in the 17th
civil district of said county, situated on the west
side of the "White's Creek Turnpike, ono mile
trom the city of Nashville, it being the same
laud conveyed by Jno. M. Norvell and Sue. J5.
Norvell to Marcus B. Ti ney by. deed recorded In
Register's office for Davidson county, Tennessee,
iu Book 42, page 631, and It also being tho same
land convtyed as aforesaid to G. w. Gordon
Trustee by Marcus 1$. Toney by deed duly re
corded in the Beglstcr's office forDavldson coun
ty, Tennessee, In Book 45, page 424-5, tho same
having been executed by the said Toney
for tho purpoie of securing the payment of
Ave promissory notes (of even date with
said deed) all of which were executed by
said Toney. and navablo to the order of the
p"Llfe Association of America" whose home of
fice Is In the city of St. Louis In the State of Mis
souri: thenr?t of said notes Is for the sum of
two thousand dollars, and due two years after;
the second is for tho sum of one hundred dollars
and due in six months lrom date, the third,
fourth and fifth of said notes for the sum of one
hundred dollars eich and rayable respect! velylu
twelve, eighteen and twenty-four months from
dato. And whereas the third one of the notes
above enumerated matured on the 26th and 23th
of September, 1872, and whereas payment of
said note was at its maturity, and has slnco been'
demanded of the said Marcus B. Toney .the,,
maker, who has failed and refuses to pay the
same, therefore and by reason of "the provisions
ofsalddeedof trust, and by,virtna of the au
thority in mo vested by the 'terms of said deed of
trust; I will sell at aucrlou'at the time and place
and on the terms hereinbefore stated ihe abova
described tract of laud. The proceeds' .of euch
sale to be appropriated to the paymentdf costs
and expenses of tho sale, and jof the first "and
third of s'ald.notes above enumerated.
Sale'freofroin tho equity of redemptlori.
dec2fl d23t' , Trustee.
Notice to Consignees.
OFFICE GENERAL FREIGHT AGENT, 1
NASHVILLE AND CHATTANOOUA I
AND NASHVILLE AND NORTH-
NA8nyiLiE,-Nov.,25, 1872. J
0"WING TO THE INABILITY OF DRAY
men to remove jromptly"tiom our Depot
freight for delivery In the cl'ty.-.not ce Is hereby
given that all goods left in ourwarehouso over
twonty-foor hours after beiriffche'eked from the
cars, mutt be at the entire n'fc" of the oicnen or
consignee! at to last by fire, etc
It is hoped that con'sigVefes,will nso every exer
tion to remove their freight. In order that there
may be no suspension of business from our sta
tions or conneuting roR.as.'t'o this "city; and while
willlne, during tho hof so-, epidemic, to afl'ord
every facility in our power in the way of storage
room, our rik must terminate at the, expiration
or twenty-ionr nours arter ireignt is unloaded,
Special notice will'be ClVCfftb consignees or their
agents, and where place of business is i
will be sent through BoRtoflice.
OHAS. "W. ANDERSON,
IBJ ,i - : , .. .-St
THB DESIGNATED DEEOSETOBY riff
the United States for Middle Tennessee- j
gAPITAI., 330,00e. i
SBZIMYSJS.. 0,008. . j
MICHAEL VAUGHH, A.G. EWTNG,
A. Zu DEM OSS. W. Y. ELLIOTT,
Receives Deposits; deals in Foreign and Do-
meatio Exchange Gold, SilTer and'GoTernmentT
Securities. Collections made and remitted far
on day of payment at current rate of "Exohanro.
.BeTonue Stamps for solo.
"W. C. BUTTERFIEIiD.
For Secretary of State.
WE ere authorized o announce W. O.'N.
PERKINS, of Williamson, as a candidate
for Secretary.of State before tho ensuing Gene
ral Assembly of tho state of Tennessee.
For Comptroller of the Treasury.
WE are authorized to announce GEN.
JAMES T. DUNLAP as a candidate for
Comptroller of tho Treasury before the ensuing
General Assembly. nov!5 te
For Door-Keeper of tlie XXouo or
WE aro authorized to announce J. J. SMITH,
of 'Marshall county, as a candidate for
Door-keeper of the House of Bepresentatives at
the ensuing session of the General Assembly.
lost Keceived and for Sale
onn haxes xa.ce house hat;
UUU ooo Bales AInnsrarian Hay;
.500 Kales Timothy Hay;
1,0 OO Busli. o. l White uats;
ooo " So. i Old White Oats;
1,000 " Mixed Oatfc;
SOO " I.nco Horse Oats;
500 " Seed Oats;
000 " Bran;
60 " Kye;
800 " llariey.
BISSICKS & PABRISH,
Fronting College and Illarltet Streets
Sonth of Broad nov!5 2w
The Master. SpirlJsLof the World,
The Treasure House of America.
The Great Book or the Tear.
Agents report pales of 25 to 100 copies in a few
hours or days. PnosrEcrus fuee. Address
J. TV. OOOIISPJQED,
New York, Qhlcago, Cincinnati, St. Louis, New
Orleans. sepi'4 dtf
For the Speedy and Snre Cnro or the
CAN BE FOUND AT
Demovllle's Drue Ntoro. cor. Cherry
and Church Street!, und Itlchnrds'
Drngtitore, cor. Broad and Sum
mer Htx. JNono others have It
mHIS DISEASE IS NOT A NEW ONE TO
JL me, and for proof or my success In treating
it, go to the Adams and Southern Express
Stables and the Stables of the Fire Department,
and see for yourselves.
i win tuny explain tne treatment to uioso wno
purchase the madicine.
Z. V. PURDY,
Office at Adams Express Stables.
Stallion for Sale.
I "WISH TO SELL THE THOROUGH-BRED
horse Banquet, foaled in 1867, a handsome
chesnut, 15 hands 3 inches high, or fine constitu
tion and temper; sired by Brown Dick, first dam
Duchess da llerrl bylmportcl Sovereign, and
she ownsfcter to tho noted heeso "Berry." He
Is finely adapted for a country f-talllon, and will
be sold on reasonable terms. For further par
ticulars enquire of
oc20 2m ARCHER CHEATHAM.
HAVING BEEN APPOINTED AND quali
fied Administrator of the estate of .Noah
Crane, dee'd, all persons oning said estate are
hereby notified to come lorwaril and settle, and
these having claims against tho estate ate re
quested to present the same within tlie trmo pre
6cribeil by law, or they will bo forever barred.
nov21 lm F. B. TVITHEY, Adm'r.
ALL THOSE HAYING CLAIMS AGAINST
the Cfctato ot T. B. Rains, dee'd -will present
them within tho time prescribed by law or they
will be barred, and all persons owing said estate
will please come forward and make payment as
early as possible.
E. F. BAINS, Administratrix.
Nov. 12, 1872. novl3 lm
COAl AND COKE.
CHEAP COAL J
HAVING TAKEN AN INTEREST IN THE
spacious Coal Mines of Kentucky, known as
the St. Bernard Mines, on the Evansrille and
Henderson BaUroad, and having cont ofthj
disposition of said Coal all south of Springfield,
Robertson county, Tenn., we are determined to
furnish Nashville, Edgefield, and the surround
ing country and towns so cheap as to put fircj is
the reach of the poor as well as the rich.
we can rurnisn a superior arucie ana BDun Cl
Comer Union and Cherry streotf .
W AISnP ST3ATPOH A C.
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS
Spring Brook Distillery,
Nos. 1C and IS South Front St.,
O III co and Sales Boom, No, 36 South
PURE ROBERTSON CODIY WISHES,
' ALSO. DEALERS IN
Old Bourbon & Sye Whiskies
.868 Id Bonitoii. 17
10" from two' to fiveyears old, for sale low.
BBLS. OLD, BYE "WHISKIES, VEBT
finefrom 2 to" 4-ye.ars old, for salo cheap
SPEBBT & COM.PAHX.
Old Kolferisoii County!!
i -n ErJLSi'pbBE OLD BOBEBTSON COUN
10" ty Whiskies, from one to threo years old,
for sale cheap by
ov232w SPEBRT & COHPANTT.
THE "LIGHT RUHHINCS.
It don't py
you to fleht
the best Ma
Get the Agen
cy and sell it.
"DOMESTIC" S. M. CO.,
96 Chambers St.,K. Y,, -
or Atlanta, a. -
BOgSl SOd3m . -Jitf! 98- .'VI-
Agents: 4 ,; S ft
The i Iargsti and strongest Firs; ' InstLraiice Company in tho World
Bear In mtad that this Company was establUhed
oruus ptrtoS, doing a'Unlfdiinlv succesjfnl fcwiness, the latest sales 6f itaSieck behiB at more than
of October, 1ST1, more than
XT ?J5l "vk"Jt uiu! no i,ua or jjiarme uaumties. , xne iccejpB8 at tne American. Branca utncejnMew.jCQrJC.auxing mazivgiei-mema.
lars, which is not one-tenth of its-assets.
insnred'To those'seeking BellabW Icdeinnlty,
novi23m diw&ood bai
BY ViBTUE OF A "WBIT OP FIEEI FA
cla3 to me directed, and delivered froin .tha
HonorableLaw Court of i.avldson connty, Tenri.,
at its September Term, 1872, I will eiposo to
public, sale to the highest bidder, for cash, at
the Oourthonse door in tho city or Nashville, an
Saturday, the 14th day of December, 1872, be
tween lawful hours, all the rli;ht, title, claim and
interest that Arthur AI. Butlege has in and to
the following real estate, to-wlt: Seven, lota of
land on Butlege Hill, in the plan of Jots recorded
In tho Begistsr's Office of Davidson connty, In
book.21, page 73. Said lots are numbered as fol
lows: CO, 51, 52, S3, each, fronting 60 feet on the
north side of Middleton avenue and fronting the:
University grounds, and running back between
parallel lines 150 feet to a 15 foot alley; 23 and 2i
each fronting 50 feet on tho west side of Butlege'
street and running back between parallel lines.
150 leet to a 15 foot alley; and 93 fronting 50 feet
on. the-northeast side of Lebanon turnpike, con
veyed to said Butlege by two conveyances re
corded in said office in book 42, page 274, and, In
book 47,. page 512, and being- levied on as tha
property of AxthurJI Butlege to satisfy a judg
ment against him and in favor of James Cham
berlin for nine thousand, three hundred .and
fifty.flve dollars, (83,253,) bes.deS interest and
Dated this 15th day of November, 1872.
E D. VHITWORTH, Sheriff.
BylL H. WiLKINSON, Deputy.
SQV19 dttNov 19&2C and Dec 3&10.
DT VIBTUE OF A "WRIT OF VEND,
Jj to me directed, and delivered from the
Honorable Circuit Court of Davidson county,
Tdnn., at its September Term, 1872, 1 will expose
to public sale, to the highest .bidder for cash,.at
the Courthouse door, in the city of Nashville, on
Saturday, the 7th day of December, 1872, within
lawlul hours, the following real estate, to-wlt:
It being the undivided Interost in a bricic dwell
ing, two stories high, situated in North Nash
vilie, on Front street, below Jefferson street, on
a lot 100 feet front, running back 160. and en
closed by a stone wall, and being levied on as
the property of August Both to satisfy a jndg-r
ment against him and in lav rof W. if. 31 cN airy
for twenty-four dollars and ninety cents ($21.90)
betf des interest and Costs.
Dated this 16th day of .November, 1872.
ED." D. "WHIT WORTH, Sheriff.
By F. M. WOOD ALL, Deputy.
nov 16 oaw3t sat
BT VIBTUE OF A WRIT OF VENDI. Ex
ponas to me directed, and delivered from the
Honorable Circuit Court of Davidson county,
Tenn., at Its September Term, 1372, I will ex
pose to public sale to the highest bidder, for
cash, at the Courthouse door, In the city of
N ashville , on Saturday, the 7 th day of December,
18J2, within lawful hours, the following describ
ed real estate, to-wlt: Lying In Civil District
No. "10, Davidson county, Tenn , and situated
on tho Hillsboro Turnpike and adjoining the
toll gate lot, and also adjoining the lands of
Kirk patrlck and Litton, and containing, by es
timate, 1 asi es. For fall descfipt ion see book
24, page 17, Beglster's office, Davidson county,
and being levied on as the property of James S.
Becd, to satisfy a judgment in my hands against
him and in favor of J. J. Pago for the use, etc,
of W. F. Tealy, for three hundred and twenty
dollars and fifty-live cents, (S32J.53,) besides in
terest and costs.
Dated this 16th day of November, 1872.
K. D. "WHITWOBTH, Sheriff.
By P.M. WOODALL, Dep. Sheriff,
no vlC law3t sat
BY VIBTUE OF A "WBIT OF VEND. EX.
to me directed, and delivered lrom the Hon
orab o Circuit Court of Davidion county, Tenn.,
at its September term .18,2,1 will expose to public
sale to the highest bidder, for cash, at the Court
house door, in the city of Nashville, on Satur
day, the-7th day of December, 1872, within law
lul hours, th following pleccor parcel of land
in Davidson county, Tenn., in the twentieth dis
trict and In the town of Goodlet-vllle, fronting
25 feet on the Nashvillo and Kentucky pike, and
running bacK 40 leer, nounuea on tne norm,
south and east by Mary C Mnthes, and being
levied on a? tho nroDertv of E. A. Mathes to
satisfy three judgn. nts against him and in favor
or iscrry as uemoviue, ana icrry, wemovuie c
Co., for S11J.10, S22J.90 and S2S2.93, basides In
terest ana coats.
Dated this 16th day of November, 1872.
E. D. "WHITWOBTH, Sheriff.
By F. 31. WOODALL, D. Sheriff:
ETVTBTUE OF A WBIT OF VEND. EX.
to me directed, and delivered from the Hon
orablo Circuit Court of Davidson county,. Tenn.,
at its Soctember Term. 1S72, 1 will exDOSo to pub
lie sale to the highest bidder, for ca-h, atthe
uourtnouse aoor, in tne city or is a?nviue. on Sat
urday, the 7th day of December, 1S72, within law
ful hour?, the following lot or parcel of land ly
Inz In tha city of Nashville. Tenn., fronting 39
feet on South Cherry street and running back
165 feet to an alley, being the same conveyed
to ner ny u. uouen, ana reguierea in tne negi;
tor's office of Davidson county In book 42, page
189, to which reference is here madd, and being
levied on as the property of Carolina Cohen to
satisfy a Judgment against A. Iser and Caroline
Cohen and in favor of A. Levi & Co. for threo
hundred and fifty-three dollars and sixty-three
cents ($353.63) besides interest and costs.
Dated this 16th day of November, 1872.
E. D. WHITWOBTH, Sheriff.
By F. M. WOODALL, D. Sheriff.
eov18 osw3t sat
TVTVrBTUEOF A WBIT OF VEND
Jj to me directed, and delivered from the Hon
orable Circuit Court of Davidson county, Tenn.,
at its September xenn, usrz, l mu expose to
public sale, to the hlzhest bidder, for ouh. at
the Courthouse door, in the city of Nashville, on
Saturday, the 7th day of December, lb.z, within
lawful hours, the following described real estate,
tc-wit It being fie undivided interest of W. G.
SL and C. N. Uampbel In their father's estate,
situated in the 15th district of Davidson county,
Tenn.. and bounded as follows: Bv the Lebanon
Fiko on the south; east by lands formerly owned
by Mary L. Patterson; north by lands cf Q.
Washington; west by lands formerly belonging
to W.B.Lewis, deceased. For mora particular
description see record of will in the County
Court Clerk's office, Davidson county, Book No.
21, page 494, Sept- 2S, 1872. And being levied on
as the property of W. G. M. and C. N. Campbell
to satisfy a judgment against them and in favor
of Jno. Harding for one hundred and ninety-five
dollars (3195X0), besides interest and costs.
Dated this 16th day of November, 1872.
E. D. WHITWOBTH, Sheriff
F". M". WOODALL.Deputy Sheriff:
novlS oaw3t sat
BY VIBTUE OF A WBIT OF VENDITIONI
Exponas to me directed, and delivered from
the Honorable Law Court of Davidson county,
Tenn., at its September Term, 1872, 1 will expose
to public sale, to the highest bidder, for cash, at
the Courthouse door, in the city of Nashville, on
Saturday, the 7tn day of December, 1872, xithln
lawlul houro, all the right, title, claim and inter
est that J. W. Pratt has in and to the following
real estate, to-wlt: One house and lot, No 1U9,
also 20 feet on part of lot No. 108. The lots to
gether front fifty-live feet on Maury street, on
the corner of Maury and Spring streets, running
back 1C5 feet to a 29-foot alley, situated in the
city of Nashville, being tlio lots bought by J. W.
Pratt at Claiborne Ss Maury's sale in Noveigber,
1670, and registered In the Begi3ter's Office In
book No. 21, pages 84 and 85, and being levied on
as the property of J. W. Pratt to satisfy a jndg
ment against him and in favor of B. B. G wynn
for SOU." besides interest and cos.
Dated this 14th day of November, 1872.
ED. D. WHITWOBTH, Sheriff.
By H.H. WILKINSON, Deputy.
BY VIRTUE OF A WBIT OF VEND. EX.
to mi directed, and delivered from the Hon
orable Circuit Court of Davidson county, Tenn.,
at its September Term, 1872, I will exoose to
Subllc sale to the highest bidier for cash, At the
ourthouse door, in the ci'.y of Nashville, on
Saturday, the 7th day of December, 1872, between
lawful hours, all the right, title, claim and In
terest that J. K ..Payne has In and to the following-real
estate, to-wib Two lota in Payne's ad
dition to Edgefield one lot on the corner of
Payne and nussell streets, 73 feet on Payna
street 193 on Bussell street, being lot No. 50 of
said plan; also lot No. 47, fronting 50 fee- on
Payne street, running back 170 feet to an alley.
See plan book No. 27, rage "0, in Beglster's oi
fico of Davidson county; and being levied on as
the property of J. B. Payne to satisty a Judg
ment, against him and in favor of John Luck
for S'85 85, besides Interest and costs.
Dated this 14th dav of ovember, 1872.
ED. D. WHIT WORTH, Sheriff.
By H. H. WILKINSON, Deputy,
BY VIRTUE OF A WBIT OF VEND. EX.
to me directed, and delivered from tho
Hocorablo Law Court of Davidson county ,Tenn.,
at its September Term, 1872, I will expose to
public sale, to the highest bidder, for cash, at
the Courthouse door, In tho citypf Nashvillo, on
Saturday, the 7th. day of December, 1872, be
tween lawful hours, all the right, title, claim
and Interest that W. G. M. Campbell has in" and
to the following pieces or parcels of land, lying
and being In Davidson county, to-wit: Being
the undivided Interest of the said Campbell In
and to the real estate of hbrdeceased father, W.
U.M.Campbell, described in the hwt will and
testament of the said Campbell, dee'd, recorded
on page 494, book 21, and Inventoried in the of
fice o! tho' Connty Ctourt Clerk of DaWdson
county, Tenn , to-wlt: One lot In front of the
mansion house, containing 32 acxesi .
fouth side of Ihe Lebanon PvV.f,nn.tS.e
about ono hundred acres, on Mill Creek, on the
west side of the Lebanon pike; one other tract on
Mill Creek of ..bout thirty-live acres, called Ce
dar Lodge, on. tho east ride of the Lebanon pike;
andoneothei tract of five acies, a wood lqton
Mill Creek, n (Joining Dr. John Hadley'a wood
lot: also his Interest in the land bilongtnf to his
sister Pattersun, of which he is one ot the heirst
tho said prorcrty ijmz auu ik's
Civil District of Davidson county,
to satisfy a Judgment against him and in favor
of Jordan McUowan lor $25, besides Interest
and coats. ..
Dated this i4th day of November, 1872.
" - EDD. WHITWORTH, Sheriff,
n .By.HiHoWILKISSOHrJJepnty. ;
I aE 3 3E3 23. 1
in 180iShf noV nearly seventy y?arsL6ia?and baa
The Becetets at tha American Branch Office tr Nevr "VnrV- dor Inn
losses. Its Boston losses, according tosoSstiatch
ThftflTilpaim anil Itnetftn DrsnliftTii jl(tnrlTilDinmijrfrflt(wi
the aPEBIAL offers niaurpassedseenrity.
W. C. NELSON, Agent, No. 12 Maxwell House.
AVlki edntb door of: tho Corat-besea in
the. city: of Nashville, Tennoaseei on the
10th day of December, 1372,-
rPUBSUANCE OF A DECBEE'OF THE
Chancery Court at Naahvllla, XeaSeasee,
rendered In the case of " v
r V. K. Stevenson aad etbers vaTfce
read Cempaajr aad ettevs.
I wOl sell at public sile to.t'he hifihett, bidder, at
the south door of ther Courthouse, .la- the' city of
Nashville, Tenn., on the ICtb 4ag oXcOm.
berr1872, at 12 o'clockjt., on the - teraa here
under stated', the tgllowing property via
THE BITIKE KO A WAY
.NashviJIe and jortkivestera Eailr&ad
situated In the States of Tenseaseo anfl Kea
tuckv. Tho sale la Mado for Ihe benefit of all'the
holders of tha mortgage, bonds' of tt&i. Cespsr. .!
uy securea wiereoy.
TEEMS OF SALE-FIto thousand (33,009)
cash, and the residue on credits of 6, 12, 13 and
24 months. Notes required with approved secu
rity and lien retained.
The sale will be m&do free from the' "equity of
redemption, but subje ct to the prior lien of tho
NATHANIEL1 BAXTEB, Jk., ,
Clerk and Master Chancery. Court, Nashville,
Tenn. oct4 td;
Wednesday, December 4tM,1872.
IN P.UBSUANCE OFDECBEE3 BENDEB
ed by the Chancery Court at Nashville ia the
respective causes, X will sell
cure causes, x win sell at .puouo.eaie, to
tne highest Didder,
AT THE COUBT HOUSE AT NASHVILLE,
ON WEDNESDAY, DEC. 4,. 1872,
at 12 o'clock M., the following described proper
W X. Cornelias vs. A. B. Sliaablaad.
Lot No. 47 In the 10th Civil Dlstric t of Davidson
county, Tenn., fronting GO feet on Hays street,
No. 48,7and being in Boyd's addition.
uesisters omoe. txwici.page S3.
"TERMS OF SALE. Cash $300. and the resi
due on credits of 6 and 12 months. Notes re
quired with approved security and lies retained.
Sals free from redemption.
El leu F, Paitersen, Agra's, vs. E. 1.
Italaa and others.
1st. .ATract In the 8th Clril District of David
son county, -Tenn., beginning at a stake and
pointers, being tho southeast corner of .Lot-No.
.4 In the lands of John Cowrin, dee'd; thence
with the original llneeast-103 pdfe&to-a stone',
with a sugar tree, ash and ironwood pointers;
thence north 154)f poles to a stone, with cedar
pointers; tbenee west passing the corner or lot
no. 3 at (3 poles wiui its line west, in au lot poi
to a stone, anuther corner of lotiio.3: tlfenct
with its line south, passing Its corner at 75
poles, containing ICO acres.
2d Another Tract in Bald county, beginning
at a stake in the centre of the Nolensvilie turn-
Elke road; th jnce with the centre of said road
. 13 deg. E. 44 poles to a stake; thence S. 5 degl
. 43 poles to a stake, the corner In the centre of
said road; thence S. 86 X deg. W. 3 poles, to' a
itake; thence S. 13 poles to a stake, Buchanan's
court; thence N. 87 jf deg. W-12C poles to an oak
stump; tnence N. 1 deg. E. 100 poles to a stake;
thence E. 140 poles to the beglnnlBg,.containln.
92 11 100 acres.
TEBMS OF SALE Credits of 6, 12 and 18
months. Notes required with approved security
and lien retained.
H. & B. Donslnss vs. Isaae Xlttoa
Adm'i, aad otbers.
A Tract of Land on tbe HlEsboro furnplko,
commencing at a pc'int In the centre of said
pike; thence running with the centra of said
piko 1,245 feet to a point; thence at right anglea
275 0-10 feet In a line with the property of Mrs,
W. H. Gordon: thence along the line ot the
propertyof" the heirs of O. 3. Hayes to a point
in the line of a proposed street 50 feet wide, and
thence north 83 west 3S7 feet 9 Inches to tho
A plan of this propixty will be produced at the.
sale, and can be insjtected in the meantime at
the office of the Clerk and Master at Nashville.
TEltMS OF Si Lit. Ten per cent cash, and
the residue on credits of 6, 12. 18 and 24 months,
with Interest from day of sale. Notes required,
with approved security and lien retained.
Sale free from redemption.
NATHANIEL BAXTEB, Jr.,
novl2,27&decl Clerk and .Master,
County Court Sale.
Bam. S. Wharton, Adm'r, etc, xs. Geo.
W. XUclnaaa, Jiv, et aLg
BV VTBTUE OF A DECBEE OF THE
County Court of Davidson County, Tenn.,
rendered at its November Term, 1872, itr. the
above cause. I will offer at public sale at tha
Courthouse door In Nashville,
On Saturday, Nov. 30, 1872,
at 12 o'clock 3L, the following lot of ground,
lving in the city of Nashville, and belonging to
the estate of Geo. W. Hickman , deceased, to-wlt
Fronting 30 feet on New JIcLemore street and
running back with parallel lines 112 feet to a 10
foot alley, situxted between Union and Cedar
streets, and beginning at a pointon New McLe
moro street 13!) leet from the northeast corner of
TERMS One-third cash, the balance In 6 and
12 months, with good personal security, required
and lien retain W. G. EWIN".- Cltrk.
Jjfbrary 6ift Concert.
$300,000 II BABTK
TO I'AV AI.L. GIFTS.
A FULL DRAWING Ilf SIGHT
$100,000 FOR ONLY $10
A T THB
SECOND GBAND OD7T CON-
cert. authorized by snecial act of the Legis
lature. In aid of the Public Library of Ken-
tucky, unavoidably postponed from Sept. S3 to
Dec 7, and which positively and unequivocally
occurs In Louisville, By, Saturday, Dec 7, 1872,
without further delay on any account whatever,
the following Cash Gifts are for distribution by
lot among the ticket-holders:
ONE OK AND OIFT. CASH. 8100X00
ONE GBAND GIFT 60,000
1 Cash GlfLS25,000
1 Cash Gilt. 20,000
4 Cash Gifts
15 Cash Gifts
1 Ca6h Utlt,
1 Cash Cift.
2U Cash Gifts..
21 Cash Gifts,
25 Cash GlfteE
35 Cash Gifts..
45 Cash Gifts.. -50
60 Casn Gifts..
100 Cash: Gifts'..
1 Cash Gift.
1 Cash Gift.
1 Cash Gift.
1 Cash Gift.
1 Cash Gift.
1 Cash Gift.
12 Cash Gifts.
TOTAL, 1,000 GIFTS, ALL OASH..;500000
The money to pay ail these girts is now upon
deposit, ana set apart far that purpose, In tho
Farmers' and Drovers' Bank, as will be seen by
the following certificate of the Cashier:
Farm ens' ass Dboysks' Baxk, I
LonisvlUe, Ky.,Sept. 26, 1872-f
This Is to certify that there Is now on deposit
In this bank over half a mlUlon of dollars to tha
credit of the GlftConcertTnnd, ZHOOflW of whleh
Is held by tho bank, as Treasurer of the Publio
Library or Kentucky to pay off all gifts to bo
awarded at the. drawing.
B. S. VEACH, Cashier.
Price or Tickets
Whole tickets, $10; halves, S5; quarters, S2J50;
11 whole tickets for S100;23 forS255;56forJ500;
113 for $1,000:285 for 52,500; 675 for 5,000. No
discount on less than 100 worth of tickets at a
The drawing will positively and onequlToeally
tako place Dec 7. Agents are peremptorily re
quired to close sales and make returns Nov. 25,
in order to give ample time for the final arrange
ments. Orders for tickets Or applications fon
circulars should be addressed to
GOV. XHOS. . BRA3UVXTTE
Ag't Public Library of Ky.t
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J. ML CAESEY, SON & CO.,
Cotton & Tobacco Factors,
14 asd 16, Broad Street.
WILL MAKE THE SSLLtNG OF COT
ton and Tobacco a specialty. Those who
send their Cotton and Tobacco, to us, may rely
oa getting the highest market price for it.
BajrslB', Tlea and It fr?e f ttr48w sii
OurTobacoo WarhoBi faejTWf.w-anaSOiaa
passed triumphantly through all tho fleryterdeals
seven times its par value. Also, that this la strictly
off "xasattpatcajastrecelTCd, cannot exceed
atcn last received, cannot exceed One million uot-
last received, cannot exceet
that tlidLriM. . . . fnm-r. r nuw..wi0 tfttk
LOUISmLB A5D KASHVHLI
SOUTtt & NOSTH ALA1AXA
pOHMENCr?G OUT: 27, l?T2;TKArNS
J win leave'Nashvlllefrom L. & N. B. B. De
pot, North College street; as follows: .
81 5 4r3L' t&UsvexceptSonday, for Decatur,
stepping-at all stations. '
5'ftft Tm?h Bally, for New OrleahiiXoblle
w.w and Montgomery via Decatur. Sleeplnz
Btwjuitu tun mrTjnga irom asiiTliid to
enr uneans and Mobile, via MnntnTn-r -Hth.
oatchanze: This train does not stop at Stations
between Nashville and Columbia, except Frank-
q,4n P. 3T.,
Columbia Accommodation, dally
' except SaBday. Stops at aU StaUona
petweenjiasnvuie and Columbia.-
It, for Louisville, has . Sleep
from Chattanooga running
thronzh to Eouirrille. attached.
tw ins Cr attached. Vnnnln. (hmiioii.fynn
New Orleans, via Mobile and ilonteomerr
namruie ana ijouisvuie witnout change.
2,4 JT P. M., dairy except Bnnday, for Lou
8:13 a. it. train arrives' at M OL' Junction
(one mile north of Decatur,)3.-oo p. ir. and makes
direct -connection with M. & C. B. B. .train for
HuntsTilleand points East.
6:oq p. x. train arrives at Decatur, at 105 y.
x., connecting with 10:10 r. at. train on M. "A- C.
It. K. for HuntsvlUe and points at -r
Trains going West on M. & C B. Bvleavo De
catur at 12:-ia a. x. and 11:45 A. si.
1XQ x ir, 630 a Kand 2:15 p K trains for Louis
ville connect with tr.ins, with through Sleeping
and Day Cars attached, for at. Louis, Chicago,
Baltimore, Philadelphia, New Xork, and Inter
mediate points in the East, North and West.
All trains named above will arrireit and. de
part from Ii. 3TNV Dtpot, on North College street,
but will stop at Junction of X. C. andK,-&D.
Bailroads and at N. & C BaUroad Depot to take
on and let offprssengerg.
Tickets will be sold and baggage checked
at N. & C. Depot, Church street, lor all trains on
L. fc N. and Great Southern Bailroad, txetpt
No. 6, which leaves College Streetilepot at 6:30
a. sr. t.-
97 Passengers from Gallatin and points South,
arriving at.Nashville at 8 a it, have until 330 p
2t in which to attend to business before return
ing. Trains arrive at Nashvillo as follows: "From
New Orleans, Mobile and Montgomery, Tta De
catur, 5:05 a at; from Decaur,10 r M;from Co
lumbla, lOKXLAJttXromLouUvUle and the East,
"North and and West, at 8 A.M and 1:45 p si.
For through Tickets, Baggage Checks, and
further information, apply at General Ticket
Office. UBder-MamAil Ifnneo n .f1!,"'- W
Depot, JTorth College street. Abof ?T.-& a
luiumuxiojiw, vnurcn street, ana at .h. ce u.
and N. &D, Junction, SOuthr Nashvilhv
oc27 tf . W. it. KING, 0. P, & T A.
St. Xrfmis Sriiort Iiixie.
SO to Z08 SUIes tbo liar lest, asd sew.
oral Heari tbe QulcKct KoHte
to St.- Ixinlz, ana all Foists
WES nadJSOKTH ' -Time
toSt. IjOoIs only- irs" 5lB5rs,
TIME TABLE IN EFFECT SEPT. 29, 1872:
8t Louis Tkreujrh Express leaves at 650 A.
jr., and arrives at St. Louis VkOo p. sr.
Hopklnsvule and Memphis Express leave- at
1:45 p. St.; arrives at Hopkinsvilh75:10T. Sf.i ar
rives at Memphis 2:45 a. m.
Through Tickets on sale to all points West
and North. Baggage cheesed and all Informa
tion given at Transfer Office-, Maxwell House,
and at College Street Depot.
Ask for-Tickets via "St. Louis Short Line."
J. P. BOYD, General Superintendent.
W. B. DAVESPOBT, General Ticket Agent.
sepll tf -i .
St. Louis, Memphis, EasliTille
Central Short Ida.
IT! BAINS BUN TO AND FBOiT OHUBOH
X Street Depot as follows:
mats. Cbattonooa Trains.
8:45 Except Sunday.
530 r.H. Dally.
SCeaapbla aad St. Xoals Txalss.
1:45 ajt. Daily.
2:15 ph. Sundays Excepted. : r.
12 Jf hours to Memphis .hours to St. Louis
Through to Memphis without change.
Shortest. route to 2Xew Orleans. Throuch
sleeping Cars from McKenzIe. Time 20x hours.
30 p.x. Except Sunday. 10:0O ajc
7S miles shorter to Memphis than via Decatur.
More than 100 miles shorter to St. Loals than
via Louisville, audmany hours qnlcker
" SLEEPING CABS accompany the Ib30 P.
sr. train to Chattanooga, and 2.-15 p. irs train to
Memphis. A. H. Eoblnann, Ticket Agent, Max
well House, T. M. Cunningham Church Street
Depot. J. W. THOMAS, Gen'l Sunt.
W. L. DANLET, Genl P. end T. Agent.
WMM AM) PACIFIC MlilOffi
ON AND AFTEB THURSDAY, SEPT.
12th, Trains will run daily(Sundays except
ed) as robot?:
Loaves Lebanon at. . .7:23 j.jo
Arrlyesat Nashville at. j...;9:30 AJtf. j
Leaves Nashville at. 4:ro v.v.
Arrives at Lebanon at. .....6-10 r.x.
Price's Stajres leave Lebanon at 7 o'clock roc
on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturtlays. Arrive
at Lebanon at5o'
.u.on 3Iondays, Wed-
nesdays and Fridays.
Pres't and Snp't.
M. S. COMBS, BESF. GEOOMES,
AND DEALEBS H?
Metallio and Wood Caskets,
Cases and Coffin
, Or EVKBY VABIETT AND SIZS,
If. S8 Wertb Cherrj Street,
THB FINEST KEABSE3 TN" THTT CITT
Baymond A Co.' Metallic, al! kinds
OranfH. Breed & Co.'s Metalllcs, all kinds. Wood
Cases and Caskets, tho best. Taylor' Corpso
Preserver, best In use. Nice Carrlajrs furnished
at the lowest rate. We respectfully rolic t share
of patronage, and promise to giver ntlrS satis
faction. Bemamberwo have re laro-l-the prices.
my30tlUJan24,,73 OOMPB JfOMJOriSS.
R. H. GROOMES A CO.,
42 asd 4i North Cherry Street,
Bsslerala BHrlal Cases asd Caaketn,
sad'Ag;eata forlaac, Sr4 4
' Ce' aacf otber Impro-il
Caaw suad CastieW.
ATTEND PBOMPXLY. TO ALL, JCITB
rals in city or suirgundln g country, with ana
Hearses iot path. Adslts and Ch-'.Aren. Tele
ipaphlor Orders ailed with dispatea. Taylor's
Patent Corpso Preserver,- besides otfcer prcwrr
ers, that are-warranted to p?es-o a corpaa from
15 tO'SS daya without decay. SprMle'a Patent
Buriat Vault, the beat In n. At ifco offes day
THE ONLY BXLXAB".
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