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mBmmsM union Mm Ambeioan.
Theee was a nrmar among the custom
house officials in New York on tha 25th
Inst, that Henry 2. Cooke, brother of Jay
Cooke, will be Secretary1 poutwcs t,euc-
sessor. u oay wuuwi uucs uuii gsii asa
brother in tha Treasury, he will at least
have a friend there.
Attorney General Williams la reported
to have assured eevenJ., Southern, gentle
men who called upon"him on the 25th
lost, that the future poilcy cf the Admin
istratlon toward the deconstructed States
will be one of leniency and conciliation.
The "oldest inhabitant" in Eastern Tex
as is reported never to havojeen such a dry
season as this. Small streams that were
never kno,?n to cease ronningr heftwceare
now nearly dried np, and the Trinity is so
low that'Itcan.be forded In many places by
horsemen and crossed by footmen on logs
Under the present system of choosing
a President of the United States, through
the circuitous process of an electoral col
Jege,iteeemsihat General Grant will re
ceive 292 votes and Mr. Greeley 74. But
if tha votes of the St&Jesjvere jiven accord
Ing to tha proportion of tha ; popular vote
respectively received by the candidates, the
result would be; Grant, 210; Greeley, 160.
f Baxtimoixe, like other largo cities, since
the great fires in Chicago and Boston, is in
trouble about her scanty supply of water,
and the authorities now nave under con
sideration a plan by which a permanent ad
equate water supply can be secarea at a
cost of $3,600,000, and two plans for tern
porary supplies until .the completion of the
permanent work at the respective costs of
$700,000 and $380,000ur'
Penksylvania proposes to amend her
constitution en as to prohibit her judges
from gratuitous rides upon railways, and
to permit her jaries to render a valid ver
dict by a two-thirds majority. The New
Yoik World makes this the occasion to
tay .that there seems to be some incongrui
ty between theso twin propositions, how
ever, for-if the average Pennsylvania judge
be so cheap that he may be purchased fer
the price of a railway ticket, it ought to be
easy for any criminal of moderate .means
to buy at least five average Pennsylvania
The Cincinnati jngufrer esys: -
The following Is the official ' vote of Illi
nois: ., - -
"Ohio polled 528.000 votes, or nearly
iw.wu moio man Illinois. Yet, accord
ing to the census, 'we hvo but 100,000
more people than our "Western neighbor.
The vote implies that .we have nearly
Does the Enquirer mean to Insinuate
that the Grant reoeaters have been at work
in Ohio as well as in Pennsylvania?
The negroes In Louisiana are beginning
to lose faith in their Radical leaders. A
large number of tbo most influential among
themhavo appointed a standing committee
cf fifteen, with P. B. S. Plnchback, Lieu
tenant Governor, etc, chairman, "to do all
that exigencies of the situation in Louisi
ana demands, and, if necessary, to call a
convention of the colored people." A be
lief that they "can no longer trust the white
representatives to do their work" is the as
signed reason for this movo, which smacks
strongly of an effort to form a party based
upon color, black and tan all predominant
therein of course.
The pardon of Paymaster Hodge by the
President is said to have been "called for
by grave reasons of State," which are ex-
p'ained by the Wtshington correspondent
of the Cincinnati Commercial as follows:
"The first thins in importance is that he
is thus made a witness for the Government
acalnst the New York brokers, who either
spent or made the four hundred thousand
dollars which the Government was compel
led to lose through Hodge's stock opera
tions. The Bureau of Justice 3 authority
for the statement that the Government will
spare no expense in bringing these brokers
to justice. The theory is that if the Wall
street brokers are once intimidated, pay
masters w ll be'tffdred no inducements to
invest their spare funds in an illegitimate
A bumok coinos from Washington that
open war has broken out between Fred.
Douglass and John M. Langston, two
"representatlro men" among the negroes,
the latter of whom made an application for
the efflce of Solicitor General before elec
tion returns got cool. An exchange says it
doc s not know the cause of the trouble but
the animus of it may bo Inferred from the
fact that Douglass says Langston is "an im
pudent, fchallow-brained chap, who Is al
ways anxious to push himself forward," and
Lingston retorts that Douglass is "a con
ceited orercstimated fellow, who looks upon
the advancemant of any other colored man
as a slight to himself." We are not quite
sure but that there may be a color of truth
in both these estiaiips.
Omi "Republican court" Is to have anew
sensation during the cotnlne session of
Congress. The Washington correspondent
of the Gazette, a Grant organ, in noticing
the fct that "iliss Nellie Grant, the sweet
Bixtoen daughter" of the President, vtU
"come out," as the phrase is, Into society
the coming winter at the White House, and
be the great object of attention, and adds:
"Already have bulletins appeared in the
papers In legard to dresses purchased by
her in Paris, describing them as the chef
cTcBUcre of Worth's establishment, glaco
silks and l&ces, sprays of jasmine and lilies
of the valley such dresses we are told as
the royal princess of England has worn oa
"Princess Nlclie,"v;ill creato someibirg
of a sensation wLon she appears among
the ploblans who assemble at the White
House at receptions, dressed as a royal
EIXCHttN DAY AS A LEGAL IXOX.I
The Legislatures of New York and Wis
consin have made election day a legal holi
day in those S'-ates, and efforts are being
made in Massachusetts, Connecticut, Michi
gan and Indiana to have a similar law en
acted for those States. The argument pre
sented in favor of the measure 13 that
sober, thoughtful business men will be thus
brought to the polls, heretofore surrounded
almost exclusively by the idle and reckless
It is contended that by making election day
a legal holiday, the business man will have
no notes to look after, no payments to take
caie of, no competition to dread, and in
stead of failing to vote, or hurrying away
after voting, in the least possible time, will
givo one day's thought to his country, and
make the work and influence of an honest,
respectable citizen felt at tha polls a con
summation especially desirable in our cities.
The New York Post testifies that, in this
regard, tha experiment in that city was a
Rlesrajtltleal Sbeteke f Members f
Blou. James D. Richardson, Senator elect
from the tenth district, composed q the
counties oi tttiineriora &na lisaiora. was
born in Butherford county, and ia now 80
years of age. He Is a lawyer by profession
and is now engaged in the practice at Mur
freesboro.. Perhaps no man of his age
etandshlgher or has made more reputation
as a lawyer and as a statesman than Mr.
Richardson. Having had the advanta go of
x thorough collegiate and; legale education,
ho commenced the practice immediately
upon the close of the late war,, and .basal
ready "won for himself a position at the'bar
equal to many of our most experienced and
aged men. He served as & soldier in the
Confederate army during the late war, and
received. & severe wound in the battle of
Besaca, Georgia, in 1864. The first official
position ever 'held by him was as a member
of the last House of Representatives,
"which body he was elected-Speaker.
Though quite young and .somewhat Inex
perienced in parliamentary law when elect
ed, ho quickly becamo thoroughly posted
upon all questions appertaining to his duties
&s Speaker of the House of Representatives
and .very soon won the respect and-esteem
of every member of that body. As a presi
ding officer of a deliberative assembly Mr.
Richardson has no superior in the State.
Courteous and affable in his deportment,
quick in his recognition of a member, and
now thoroughly posted -In parliamentary
law, he can govern a deliberative body with
perfect ease and without confusion. In the
late canvass he was nominated by the
Democratic party of hivdhtrict and made
his canvass as a Democrat, and urged upon
his people the Importance of thorough and
complete organization in order to preserve
the principles and usages of the party. He
was however supported alike by ,the, res
pective friends of Gen Cheatham and Mr.
Johnson, for the reason that in his canvass
he made ho war up, n either of .them, or
their friends, believing as. he did, that; the
supporters, of each of them were in the
main good Democrats who ought to afflii.
ale in the future, and who would do so pro
vided the breach was not made too wide,
aud he is now heartily in favor
of inviting the cordial co-operation of both
sides in healing all din rences and - dissen
slons in the Democratic party, that it may
be restored to' its former usefulness. Mr.
Richardson is prominently spoken of as i
candidate for Speaker of the ensuing Sen
ate and if ho consents, his name will be
placed before the Senate for action. He
has not however, as yet signified his will
ingness to serve in that capacity, and it is
not known that he will be a candidate. His
postoifi.ee is Murfreesboro.
Hon. R. F. Furguson, Representative
elect from the county of Montgomery, was
born in the State of Virginia, and is now
57 years of age. He Is a practical farmer
and Is now engaged in that business in the
county to be represented by him. He was
a member of the Lower House of the last
General Assembly, which was the first offi
cial position ever held by him, and in that
bdy he made a reputation that will last him
throngh life. Courteous and affable in all his
dealings, he soon won the respect and friend
ship of every member and his prompt at
tendance and close attention to business
enabled him to perfect almost every meas
uro Introduced by him. In the late canvass
it was the almost universal desire of his
constituents that he should bo returned to
the House of Representatives, and at the
carnett request of numbers of his friends
he announced himself a candidate for re
election. Soon afterwards, however, other
aspirants announced themselves as candi
dates, thus endangering the success of the
Democratic party, and Mr. Furguson pub
lished a card withdrawing from the race,
but the people cf his county met enmasse at
Clarksville, their county town, and nomi
nated him by acclamation, and be again
became a candidate and was elected by a
handsome majority. He will again repre
sent his constituents with honor to himself
and credit to them. In the late canvass
Mr. Furguson supported the entire Demo
cratic ticket, and will act with the Demo
cratic party in the Legislature. His pest
office is Peicher's Mills.
Hon. Lee Head. Bepresentive elect from
the Floterial district composed of the coun
ties of Wilson, Tronsdaleand DeKalb, was
bom in Sumner county, Tennessee,, and is
now 24 years of age. He is an attorney at
law, and is now engaged In the practiea of
his profession at Lebanon. Ha-'!; ver
before been in public life and w'iu.biene pf
the youngosi members of" the' General As
sembly. In the latei. .canva$s--Mri';Head
made the race ,as a Democrat wTthouti;tho
action of a convention, and supported the
Democratic ticket, ile has made iorihim-.
self considerable reputation as -avlawyer,.-
sua in tue nou33 oi uepreseniauves neiwjLU
take an active part in the dlscussion o'f all
important questions. Thoroughly posted
in the statutory laws of the State, and fully
conversant with the amendments necessary
to be made, Mr. Head will make himself
known in the House, and will be quite a
useful member. His post-office is Lebanon.
ItEPBESENTATIVE TILLMAN, OP BED
Hon. G. N. Tillman, Representative
elect from the Floterial District comprised
of Bedford and Rutherford, was born in
Bedford county, was 21 years of age in
January last, and will be the youngest
member of the General Assembly. He
was raised on a farm and can tell "what he
knows about working," as ho has always
been kept at work when not at school. Ho
graduated at Bothany Collbge, West Vir
ginia, in June, I860, and went from theie
to Washington City, where ha held a clerk
ship in oua of the government depart
ments, at the same time attending the Na
tional Law School, from which institution
he graduated in May of the present year,
when he came homo and commenced the
practice of his profession. In the late can
vass Mr. Tillman made tha race as a Re
publican and supported the entire Republi
can ticket. He Is a son of Hon. Lewis
Tillman, late member of Congress from
that district. His postoflice Is Shelbyville.
Hon. H. N. Snyder, Representative elect
from the county of Hamilton, was born in
Claikson, Monroe county, New Tork, and
Is now forty years of age. After gradu
ating at Brown University, Providence,
Rhode Island, be took charge of the Red
dicsville Seminary at Lunbery, Gates coun
ty, North Carolina. He subsequently
studied law with tbo Hon. Lyman Tre
main, of New York, and as a law studont
of the University of Albany, was admitted
to the bar upon examination by the Su
preme Court of New York. He located In
Chicago and was there engaged in the prac
tice of his profession at the breaklDgout of
tho late war. Ho organized a company of
volunters and served through tho'war as a
Captain, taking part in the principal cam
paigns and engagements in tho west and
southwest. After the ,war . Capt. . Snyder
, . im ,mi-- , k ..... .. MiaMMMteAa tasihMati
t s . i - -
Ioeitd!RtX!ikttanoogaj .wkerahe has Bicce
beenengaged in commercial pursuits. He
has: served. Chattanooga . as an. Aldennair,
and represented that city In the commer
cial conventions of the country, being a
strong supporter of Internal improvements
but of the non-prdscriptive and conciliatory
school, and has jbeen a constant advocate of
universal, suffrage .and of -universal amnes
ty. In the recent canvass ho was nominat
ed by the Republican par.ty of his county,
and made tha race as a.Kepuuucan, sup
porting Gen. Grant. for Presldoat, and Mr.
Maynard for Congressman for Ifee State at
Large. He was ho wever pdptdar; with both
parties,, and was elected by a- large, and;
complimentary majority. His post office
h'oHU CURIOUS F1GUISES.
Grant is reported as claiming his. re-elec
tion as an "overwhelming end6rssm'ent",of
his. administration; but. tha -New Xork
World collates official returns from a num-
lierpf States which do not bear out. the
Presldentin this position. Subjoined are
the official votes of six prominent States at
the lata Presidential election, with a state
ment of the party Increase or decrease of
such votes when compared with the Presi
dential vote of 186S:
Democratic . . 'Republican.- .
Vote. Variance. JTote. Variance.
Maine..... 29,020 13,376 dec 69,759 9,667 dec.
Conn'ct... 45.6o 2,liucc ou,tHJ .aosinc
New-York. 387,357 42,526 dec. 440,801 20,921 inc.
Penn'la..- 212,041 101,341 !ec 349;583 7,309. inc.
TIliTtnin 1R5.0SI 14.056 dec 241.941 8.352 dec.
Ohio. 214,321 6.621 Inc. 31,852 1,724 inc.
Or in these six States the-Democratic
vote in 1872 is 166349' Jess:, than in 1868,
and the Republican vp.te-'lSr;8'28: greater,
showing that while the Republican; party
polled about tha natural 'increase, of its
Tote, tho Democratic' party, from- some
cause, fell off heavily; not only failing tp
manifest any natural increase, but showing
an actual decrease of about 15 per cent.
If this ratio be applied to the Democratic
vote of the United Slates at large, it will
appear that the Democratic vote of 1872 is
some 400,000 less than In 1868, but the fact
is that tha ratio of decrease is greater than
15 per cent.
In Pennsylvania, in 1872, ites setens
show 349,589 votes for the Grsmfc sSeeters.
In 18C8 Grant received 342,280 votes.
This shows an increase of ,809 votes.
Tho votes of 18,000 negroes have been
added to the Grant strength since 18C8,
from which fact it Is Inferred that 10,501
white Republicans who voted for Grant
four years ago, did not vote for him at the
late election. The Harrisburch Patriot
prints a table showing thai Grant loses
7,050 votes in thirty-five counties, on his
vote of 1868. In the remaining thirty
counties outside of Philadelphia he gains
sufficiently to make up for this loss lacking
about four hundred votes. Philadel-
nhla sunolies this loss and about 7,000
mora. Althoneh Grant's majority in
Pennsylvania reachsd the enormous figure
of 137,728, he actually got fewer votes in
the State than Gen. Hartranft. The falling
off from October, to be exact, was 3,098
In view of these fisures the adherents of
the administration have reason to distrust
the future, notwithstanding their apfareat-
ly overwhelming victory at the late ejection.
It was not their strength bat their oppo
nents' indifference that enabled them to
win so easy aud so great a triumph.
When the Democrats of Pennsylvania
shall present a united front and
bring thair full forw into tbe con
flict, the resu.t wtfi In all probability bo dif
ferent. Ttm I)e cratic vote of Panssyl
vanla In October, 1'S, was 321,739. The
normal Increase since then is at least 5 par
cent., which wou'. l add 10,036, making the
whole number of i eiaocra's 337,825. Es
timating the Libsral strength in the State
at 15,000, which is a low figure, the anti
Grant vote reaches 352,825. Had this vote
been polled, Greeley would have carried
the State by 3,136 majority. Deesoerats
may well be oucouraged by the faets here
presented, and look hopefully to tae near
future for the triumph so long postponed.
The St. Loute Democrat soys: "No
bad practice has increased with such alar
ming rapklity in this country dwing the
last ten years as tb,' carrying of eoadealed
weapons." Tha lfral demands that
the police of Uut c.y tball eaforco the or
dinance against carrjtsg concealed weapons.
t should Im d nevfy whore, for murder
is Irccjrxsitfc; fir.V:? frequent in all our
cities as a r' u-t i f paetice.
Ike Saadrrd Property
PRETTIEST U EDGEFIELD,
.ILL POSITIVELY BE SOLD
To-morrow, at 11 o'clock. A.
SsJe to commence on Oak street, opposite the
:v'lAJmi'aXO,rAKBAR & WEAKLEY,
H. O. SCOVEL, Agents.
Santa Glaus Arrived.
Y BATMAN, SHIELDS & CO. HAVE JTJST
feceived s'veral invoices of Toys and Fancy
Articles', suitable "for Oh'r.istmas prtstuts for
children, which we will clooo out cheap.
Wo continue to sell Jobs in Staple and Fancy
Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Boo' and Variety
y an i l n arsuay as usual, id anu is lieuor sc.
For Sale In Edgefield,
A SMALL FRAME COTTAGE, ON THE
line of the Street Cars, at $1,500 cash.
Alo. a small Frame House in West Nashville,
renting for S10 per month, at S700 cash. Both
nov28 eodtf Agents.
DR. MOSES AND J. B. LOVE, ESQ , OF
Nashville, will open an Institute, on the 1st
of January, 1873, for the Cure of Stammering
aid Impediments in Speech, which will be per
manent J. B. Love, having graduated In tbe
Ait. will continue to civeinstructions during
r. Moses' absence. nov2g lw
In Chancery at Ashland City,
TATE OF TENNESSEE, OFFIOK OF
Clerk and Master, Nov. 24, 16.2 J. W. Ed
wards, Adm'r of John Shivers, for tho nee of
sterling walKer, vs. w. n. vmo ct ais.
it appearing irom atticiavit mca in tnis cause
that the defendant. Spencer Demumb'ra, Is 3
non-resident of tha State of Tennessee: it is
tneretore ordered that he enter his appearance
herein on or before the second Monday in May
next, and plead, answer or demur to complain
ant's bill, or the same will be taken for confess
ed as to him and set for hearing cxparte; and
that a copy of t&is oraer be publl hed tor four
consecutive weeks in the Union and American,
anewspaperpublishedinthe city of Nashville,
Tenn. A copy Attest:
J. N. ALLEN, C. & M.
John E. 5s A. E. Garner, Sol's for Compl't.
SOIiD TEB JLOW BY
PAUL & TAYEIr.
THURSDAY. 2Stb, being THANii.SGIVI.NG
DAT, we have deferred the sale of the
bd-NDcORD PROPERTY in EdgeHeld to
Friday, 29th last., at 11 a. M.
SALE POSITIVE. "
AR RINGTON, F ARRAB & WEAKLEY,
. nov2Itf H. G. SCOVEL,, Agents.
MASONIC HALL. -
The Strakosch Concerts.
MonflayEtenlng, Mtiwa, 1872.
xao worm racowucu wuniauice,.
9Um A. X.. OAKY, thaJarodta American,
SHe T. VAKSSO,;ths Talented' Young
Mobs; Si. AtTBET, the eminent Violin Vir-
SIgiror E. SCOIiAKA, tha eminent Basso,
"TheCceTebrated Tenor. .
Conductor.,...; : SIGNOR BfARZO.
"VViUmalce their'flrstappearance in Nashville this
.. , season in
WO GRAND CONCERTS,
Xoatlay anil Toesdny Exenlngs, Dec,
..'Wort:..,! a,i. -. "
ADMlSSlb.i&Wludlnj Reserved Seat?", 82
and 1$2 50, accortllng to location.
Tho sale of .Ecserved Seats to commenca to
morrow morning; (Nov. 20,) at 3 o'clock, at Dor
man's Musid Store. .
AVetiT Pla.Bp3.nsed at the Strakoich Concert;
THREE OGHTS ASD MATISEE
Xaosdayv TTctlnesilay and, Thursday, i
GEAND THANKSUIVING MATINEE
Thnrsdajr, Nov. 23, 2J o'clock P.H.
Cal Wagner's Minstrels,
X XI. II ATI; It LT, Manager.
Will have the honor of appearing before the citi
zens or tni4 city in a series or tbeir soiree
uo Linton', introducing eaca
ENTICE CHANGE OF PROGRAMME.
POPULAR mid TAIiBN'iJSD ASTISTS,
Prominent among whom are
CI,W4fiJiKK, ' piAJlPKICF,
JOUIMT UiHIKEIt, Ufc.Y KitOW.V,
CAKFIELD AUD BOOKER,
SONG. &.DANCE ABTIST-S.-
The Great Culiforiiliv Quartette, com-'. I
WE LI, IS G BBO' . nnU J. W.FBEETH.
.TIE. FKE r WIljmx.'thn-'Great andWon-
cie-'JU' .liaroter Actor,
With a Fine Orchestra. & Brass Band.
VRfCKS A3 TJSOAf-.
Rpserresl Scats, on sale. Ht. McGl'uro's Music
oiore. i "otTs open ai. , commencing at o.
O. B. JfctOOGKS, Gtil'l A sent.
TN VIEW OP THE PACT THAT OUTt EN
.1. tire stock of MuleVa'nd' Horses are confined
to the hUb'.e, we have gone to considerable ex
peiiu in purcuasmg yxen in oraer to continue
tne aeuvery or coal, xn3 additional outlay
Extra Charge for Cartage of
ou cents per load
for the Tiresent. There -will he no ctinmrn In
the prlc of Coal. To those furnishing their
uwu ir.insiortauon,,iae price at tne yara will ue
uie came as uereuHorc-
JIADISONSTKATTON & CO.
nov2CSt E. MoIVEK & CO.
U Katioiial Bank tock
I HOLD A CERTIFICATE OP ONE HTJN
drei Shares ot the Capital Stock of the 2d
National Bank of Nashville, clven as collateral
security to secure the pi.yn.ent of a S2,50O note
uue irom uugn i'curea to u. ai. sponoru, ISi'r
of Thos. Martin, dee'd. faid noto being dated
Jan. 12, 1371, an J payable twelve months after
d-ite, with ten ner cent interest. I have a nower
of attorney from Hueli JlcCro .ft Co. to transfer
said btocK on tuo iiooks of the Bank.
On Saturday, the 7tfe day of
I Trill, at the Courthouse door. la Nashville, be
tween the hours of 10. A. SL and 3 P. m.. oflpr f. r
eaie to me niguest WQQer cno-igu oi said Mock,
iui t-u, iu iy oaiu uun', inieresc ana costs.
nor?!) eodta u. iS. IUiNEb, Att'y.
Money! Money! Money!
NUMBER OF PARTIES
Dcslro to llorroiv Honey
On Ral Estate Securities or on good Collaterals.
Those hiving moaey to loan would do well to
can on us.
A It HI GTON. FARE tR & VfEAKLET,
BOV27 eod tf Agents,
For Rent for 1873.
Large and small, In the city anl in Edgefield;
StorelioiiNeN, Ollices, Iledrooms. Also,
aKR NUTON, FARRAR E WEAK! EV,
Josi Kceeived aad for Sale
It VI,KN RACE HOUSE KAY;
500 ilnlra Jiaiururiati llav:
500 liiil s 'l iuiiitliy :;
1.000 liunb. -o. l Wliito oats;
500 " No. l did witito Oats:
i,wuu mixed (lata;
500 " Jtaco ilune Oats;
5uo " herd Oats;
I.oou Bcs Coru;
500 " Hrnn;
50 " Itye;
(M " Iluricy.
BISSICKS & PABEISH,
Frontlne: Co lege aud Market Streets
nontn or Undid novl5 2w
For tbe Speedy and Snro Care of tbo
CAN BE FOUND AT
Demovllle s Drue More. cor. Cbcrry
uuu l iiuri ji i renin, timi icicanrus
Irnjtorc, cor Broad and einui
mer ht. Sane others have It.
THIS DISEASE IS NOT A NEW ONE TO
me, and for proof of my success in treating
it, fp to the Adams aud Southern Express
oiaoies anu ins aiams ot tne j ire Department,
and see for vourrelves.
1 will fully explain the treatment to those who
purcnaso uie mememe.
Z. V. PURDY,
OKI co at Adaraa Express Stables.
Stallion for Sale.
T WISH TO SELL THE THOROUGH-BRED
X horse Banquet, foaled lu 1857, a handsome
chesnut. 15 hands 3 inches high, of fine constitu
tion and temper; sired by Brown Dick, first dam
Duchess de Berri by imported Sovereign, and
sneownsisierto tne noteu norso "Kerry." He
is finely adapted fur a country stallion, and will
be sold on reasonable terms. For further pax-
ucuiars enquire oi
oc20 2m ARCHER CHEATHAM.
TTAVING BEEN APPOINTED AND qnall-
i I fled Admlmstrator of the estate of Noah
Crane, dee'd, all persons oing taid estate are
hereby notified to come lorward and settle, and
those having claims against the estato are re
quested to present tne same witnin tbe time pre
scribed oy law, or tney will no torever barred.
nov2l lm F. R. WITHEY, Adm'r.
ALL THOSE HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST
the estate ot T. B. Bains, dee'd, will present
them within the time prescribed by law or they
will be barred, and all persons owing said estate
will please come forward and make payment as
cariv us possible.
E. F. BAINS, Administratrix.
Nov. 12, 1872. novl3 lm
Notice to Consignees.
OFFICE GENHRAL FREIGHT AGENT,
NASHVILLE AND CHATTANOOGA
AND NASHVLLLB AND NORTH
NASHTII.LE, Nov. 25, 1S72.
OWING TO THE INABILITY OF DRAY
men to remove promptly from our Depot
freight for delivery In the city, not ce .Is hereby
given that.all goods left in our warehouse Of er
twenty-four hours after being checked from tho
ara, must be at the entire ritk of the oicnert or
contigntts as to lost by fire, etc.
It is hoped that consignees will use every exer
tion to removo tbeir freight in order that there
may be no suspension nt business from our sta
tions orconnectlng roads to this city; and while
willintr, during the horse epidemic, to afford
every facility in our power in the way of storage
room, our risk must terminate at the expiration
or twenty-four hours after freight is unloaded.
Sneclnl notice will be civen to consignees or their
agents, and where place of business is not known,
will be sent througn rstomce.
CHAS: W. ANDERSON,
General Freight Agent.
novJS lw IB t
fTfHJS DESIGNATED DJSGSITOKY OS
v'i. .....mill UVtWtTt.
M BTJ3N8, . . ; O.K. FABSOJf, ,
MICHAEL VAUGHN, A- G. EWINO,
A. L. DEMOS3. -- VT. Y. ELLIOTT.
BeeelToe Deposits; dea! in fsMcrai-BBd Do
mestic Exchange, Gold, Silver ana Goremment
Secnrinea. Collections made and, remitted for
on day or payment at current rata' of Exchange.
' M.J3TJRN8, "W-O. BUTTEBBMELD.
Proaidont. Assla't CaaMer
I' or Secretary ot State.
TTTE arc authorized, to Announce TV. O'N.
VT ,iJ5UK-iNS, orwrnmson,as candidate
lQroecresryiui-ouiie ociore mo ensuing Uene-
rai -asseniDiy oi uib cxauj ox xenncseee.
For Comptroller etftlte .Treasury.
WE. are anthoriied .to. announce. GEN.
JAMES T.DUNLAPasa candidate for
comptroller oi tne Treasury perore mo ehsnibg;
uenetai aercmuiy. m ijioviaie
- S"or Door-Ucepor of 'the' 'toa'd of
XTTSare authorrred to announce Ji 3i SMITH.
W Marshall county, as a candidate for
Door-keeper or tboilouse of Representatives at
tha ensuing session ot we uencnij-aissemDly.
nov9 te --..
REAL ESTATE -AT AUCTION.
GSEAT AUCTION SALE
FRIDAY, NOV. 29, 1872,
At 11 o'clock A. M.
fXS FKIDAY. NOV. 23. 1372. WE WILD
J sell at Auctl n the followlns; property locat
ed In the beautiful uitjr orEdeileicl. belonei
ing to.our former townsman, A U. SaNDPOKD,
' A two-Ntory Brle'.t Bcsldeuca and Lot
'30.-146 feet on Tulip ttreet, between Woodland
and Kussell streets.
A tine-Ktory Frame Cottage with brick
.basement', lot U)0a196 lett to an alley, on Father-
iana street, ana near tue entrance to uiCKorr.
A1m. that very beanttful and extra
lit fronting on ualc ami running back: to-Tuli p
street, adjoining t o ri'Sidence ot Col. amsey
iid Mr, Halliiw. This beautiful Lot will be of
fered as a whole, and if not cold, will then be
sold in lots according to a plan of survey to be
found in our ofllc s.
t'ei ins eaiy. and trill bo made known on
day ot sale. For further Information apply to
novlleodtf Or H-'G SCOVffC, Agents.
UNDER AND TJV VIRTUE OF THE Au
thority in me vested by the provisions of
a deed of trust executed on the twenty-sixth day
ot septemner, eij:nieen nunoreu aim seventy
one, by Marcus' R. Tonev to Q. TV. Gordon,
Trustee for the "Life Association of America,"
I .will at the Courthouse door, In the ritv of
Nashville, county of Davidson and State cf Ten
Wednesday, December, tbe 19th, 1S73,
se:l for cash at public vendue to the highest bid-.
dcr tne following uesciiDed tract or atout ten
acres of land situate and being in the county of
Davidson and State of Tennessee, th same
being known as Touey'a addition to the town of
Edgefield In f-aid county as aforesaid in the 17th
civil district ot said county, situated on the west
side of tho "White's Creek Turnpike, one mile
irom the city of Nashville, it btiiig the same
landconvevedbyJno.SI. Norvcll and Sue. E.
Norveil to Marcus B. T ney by deed recorded in
Registers otnee tor iiavidon county, xennessee,
iu llook 42, page C31, and it also lysine the same
land conveyed as aforesaid to G. V. Gordon
Trustee by Marcus B. Toney by deed duly, re
corded in tne itegisier me ouice ior.u&viuson coun
ty, Tennessee, in uoox 45, page 424-6, tue same
having been executed by tbo said Toney
lor tne jitiritise oi securing Hie payment ot
live promissory notes fof even date with
said deed) all of which were executed by
siuu .loner, anu payaoie to tne cruer oi me
Liio Association of America" whoe home of
fice is in the city of St. Louis Irrthe State ofMis-
feouri: tho tir.-t of said notes is for. the sum of
two tbou.-uua dollars, ana due two years atter:
the second is for the sum of one hundred dollars
and duo In six months Irom date, tbe third,
fourth aud fifth of said notes for the sum of one
hundred dollars cich and payable respectlvelyiu
twelve, eight en and twenty-four months fiom
date And whereas the third cne of the notes
above enumerated matured on the 26th and 23th
of September, 1872, and whereas payment of
said note was at its maturity, anu nas since oeen
(K-manded of the said Marcus B. Toney tho
maker, wno nas luueu ana retuses to pay tne
same, therefore and by reason of the provisions
of faid deed of trust, and bv virtue of t!e au
thority in me vested by the terms of said deed of
trust, I will sell at auction at tne time and place
and on the terms hereinbefore stated the above
described tract of land. The proceeds of men
sale to be apnropriatcd to tue payment ot costs
and expenses of the sale, and of tho first and
third of said notes above enumerated.
Sale tree from the equity ot redemption.
G. TV.. GORDON,
dec25 d23t Trustee.
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, ETC.
1 NOTHER OF THOSB SUPERB CDAR-
A ence Coaches. Satin Lined and Gold Mount
ed, just received and for sale at our
No. 76 ft. Market St.
Also, a larse and general assortment of
other styles ot Pleasuro Vehicles and Spring
Wagons, Including atewsecom -li-nutsaroucnes
and Buggies, all of which we tic ottering at the
very lowest rates.
POWERS & HUNT.
Sept. 7, 1E72. sepi) 3mod
Spring Brook Distillery,
Nos. 16 and 18 South Front St.,
O 33 ce and Rales Boom, No. 38 South
PURE ROBERTSON COUSTY WHISKIES,
G-X1ST - J?0"X HUM.
ALSO DEALERS JN
Old Bourbon & Eye Whiskies
.868 0M Bonrbon. 1870
JJTA BBLS. OLD BOURBON "WHISKIES,
lull from two to five years old, for sale low.
8PE8KY & COX1PANT,
869 m 1
BBLS. OLD RYE WHISKIES, VERY
lvw fine, from 2 to 4 years old, for sale cheap.
HPEKI'.Y & COMJPANT.
Old Eobertsoii County!!
4 - A BBLS. PURE OLD ROBERTSON COUN
luu try 'Whiskies, from one to three Tears old.
for sale cheap by
nov23 2w SPEBRT 4 COMPHT.
The Master .Spirits of the World,
The Treasure Honse of America.
The Great Hooli of the Tear. J
Aeents repprt f ales of 25 to 100 conies in a few
hours or days. Pbospeotus free. Address
J. W. GOOoSPEKD,
New York, Chicago, Cincinnati, St. Louis, Now
uxuans. . : mdm atr -
At tha eoath door cl the Conrt-honsfl in
&e city of Nashville, 3,'efineaeeej on th
lOtb day or December, 1873
i unancery tnrt tx xtaenmie, Tennessee,.
reuuereu in uc.case ui
V. K Stev5HMoaXaHl others ts. Xbe;
Nas d vll I e aBd. Sort&wMtera Kali-
road. CosjaByi ai otbers,
I will sell at publics ile to the hi chest bidder, at
the Mmth door of the Courthouse in tb6 City of I
Sashvi);e.Tenn.,on the lOtti daroroecem. I
ber, 187, at 12 o'clock m., onr the terms here-; I
under stared, tne louqwlng property, viz:
XHE .TIBE KOABWA1C
. Or THB
Nashville aad NortkwesteraHallroad
sitcated In tha States of Tennessee and Kn-
tuckr. The sale is made for lhe benefit of all the
Homers or the. mortgago bonds or said Coapa-
TERMS OP SALE Tire thousand fSXOOM
- cah7and the resldae- on credits of C( 12. lj end
zimonuiR. motes requuea witn approveu secu
rity and lien retained.
Tlnfale wlllTfm;defreoiromthe oaultv of
reueujpuon, Dmsuojoct tome prioruen ot tne
HATHANLEEi BAXTER. .1C.
Clerk- and -Master Chancery Court,- Nashville,
jLt-nn. oqt-i ta
Thnrsday, December 5th, 1872.
TN PtTRSTTANOE OP JL DECBEE 07 TO
X cnancery uourtat r-iasuviUd ln'the case on
ILeopoldiiryTooH aad oiliorsTNaUiaa
iiann suu viaers,
I will sell af publlcf ale, 'to' the. highest bidder,
AT THE COURTHOUSE AT NASHVILLE,
at 12 o'clock ir., the following descrlbed.prpp-
1st. A Tract of Land on tho north side of Cum-
oeriana liver, in jj;i-jioou county.. Tenn., con
tainlnc SO'acrc. more" Or less, a' full descrlDtlon
whereof, by metes and bound;, Is contained in
the deed from N. Hobeon to Alexr Kerr,regis-
icrcu lu niwK no. o, page izd, u., v. u.
-u. Anotner iract anioininc me- awive. con
taining IS acres and 20 poles.- lullv described in
tho deed from Aix'r Kerr to Philip Harsh, re
gbtored in faid ollice In book 31, page 31.
3d. Lots Nos. 18, 19, S3, 64 hnd C6 in D. T. Mc-
uavocK-s aauition to Aa-suviiie, tne nret two lots
fronting 50 lect each on College St., and run back
174 feet to an alley: lot No. 53 trontine 95V feet
on unerry streti cxienu u. ana iois iNOs ot ana
55 each front 95 feet on said Cherry-jstreet ex-
TEKMSOF SALE One-foil rtn casn.and
tne resiaue on credits or one ana two years, witn
interest, at to the tracts or land a ove described:
and lots 18 and 19 in McGavock's Addition, and
as to th remain! ag lots in said addition', for
niip.ronrin easn, ana tne resume on credits
or 1, 2 and 3 yean, vrltn interest. Hates required
witn approved security ana lien rtuinca.
JNATil.dJN.LE.lj iAA.Xrli. tlC,
novU,2S&dec5 3t Clerk and Master.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
1 OFFER AT PRIVATE SALE A VJiK
1 fine Fr.rm of 219 J acres, lying one mile south
ot f ranKim, xenn., on tne coiumuia i urnpiice
road, naw occupied by Ctarlea A. Merrill, Jisg.
It is thoroughly improved with a large andhand
eomn residence numerous and excellent out-
buildincs, including gin house and press, large
orchards of otcry variety of fruit trees, and is
well enclosed with. stone fences.
This fertnirr of the soil is
ror terms apply to air. Mjmu, wno win rase
pleasure in showing the property; to Col. John
McGavock, Franklin, orto myself at Murfrees
Nov. 11, 1872. nov!2 2awlw
SALS OP TOWN LOT
TYT VIRTUE OP A POWER OF ATTOR-
Aj ney executed to mebv B.J. Had'ey, and re-
co.-ded in th Register's Office of Davidson coun.
tv In book 46. nape 121. I will exnose to nubile
sale, for cash, the following town lot or piece of
citv of Nashville, containine one and one-h'-lf
acreor ground, and boutieuas toiiows: begin
ning at a stake on Adims street 233 feet rrom its
Intersection with Shady street; thence north
wardly, and parallel witn Shady street, 343 feet
to Keilow street: thence nort .wardlr alone said
street lis tret to a state; tnenco souinwaruiv,
and paiallel with tho first mentioned line, 315
teet to Adams street: thence eastwardly alone
Adams street 113 feet to the beginning. Said sale
to take nhm at tha Conrthause door, in the citv
or nasnviiie, on
Tliurstlay, Deo. 13, 1S73.
Sale free from eauitv of redefDUon.
x. Li. uuuv. Agent ana Atvy.
TliE PEKFECTED SPECTACLES
TjXXWUS A MOlilttS',
At iieo. K. Calhoun & Uo.'s
RJXX.WEl.Ii HOUSE COBNEU.
mHET ASSIST AND PRESERVE THE
JL Sight. Give ease and comfort, to those
wno use tnem. Are nure. Iiarn ana Dru-
llant. Not liable to become scratched. Are
warranted nr.t to br a if, and are
"Tbe Perfected Spectacle."
OUTER DITSON & CO. IMM
That thev were hannilv untouched by the recent
GREAT'FIRE, andaro busv, as usnil, in at-
tendtns to their extensive orders.
auey cow can
attention, also, to their
Yocal & Instrumental Music.
The whole set Is one of tho most valuable Mus
ical libraries tnat coniu De oeviseu, as eacn con
Sns trom 200 to 250 pages of tha most -popular
music ot tne any.
Price of each beok inboard', S2.60; cloth, 53.00;
full ci t. forDresents. S1.C0. The price would be
at retail, for the piects separately, about SW.
In tills, form, all the books, including the new
and favorite Urms of Mrau.w (now having a
splendid sale), may be had for S32.0Q.
Haul cal Xreosnrc, Vocal and Instrumental.
Silver Cord. Wreath of Gems.
Gems cf German Sonz, Gems of Scottish
Sonr, bems of Sacred Sods, btaower
of Pearls, Duets, Operatic Pearls.
ITomo Circle: Vol 1. Pianist's Albnm.
' Home Circle; " II. Piano Forto GerM-
Any of the above Books mailed, post-paid, for
tne retail price.
OLIVER DITSON & CO., Boston.
CHAS. H. DITSON & CO., New York.
From 1 to 6 Buttons.
Black. White. Lieht. Mole and Dark. All the
newfancy colorr to match the prevailing
shades of silk and dress poods, if or
sale, wholesale and retail, by
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE &
Solo Agents for the United States.
anlG 2taw4m tues&frld
J.1LGASSEY, SON & CO.,
Cotton & Tobacco Factors,
14 and 16 Broad Street)
YTTTLL MAKE THE SELLING OP COT
W ton and Tobacco a specialty. Those who
send their Cotton and Tobacco to ns, may rely
on getting the highest market price for It.
BccglnK, Ties and itopo Tarsia11 t
tlio lowest rates.
Our Tobacco 'Warehouse is fire proof.
THE ONLY BELIABLS
TTIKBSONS WISHINO POSTING DONE
.JTtBIQHT. wIll pleaea leave orders ati.thU
For tie .Bene
letery arMir- '
To be DrawH at StoycRasa,
Al&.i Dec. 25r 1S72.
J. a -
WiM?BE DISTRIBUTED BY A DBAW
int. the following; valuable Real aad Per
sonal Properly, amountins to
Tickets, $5; 11 Tickets, $50.
No Delay or .Postponement of
the Day Designated.
Tbe following; lAnt of Prises will be
tut Prlrn TTL.KKlnnl PlftntJltlrra; 1JM0
acrea.in Washingtun county... ...,."..T.5SO,000
2d Prize Brict Storehouse- ltontint'on
Public Square, MurfteehbOro Tn3.t.. IE80
3axnze lines storeuiuse fronting; cb
-Public Square, MiirfreesboroTenn.,. 15,000
4th Priie Brick Storehouse, 'situated in
Murfreesboro. Tenn... j,. ...j. ......-. . 15,000
Cth Prize Brick Storehouse, situated .In
Murfreesboro. Tenn. .................. 15,000
6th Prize Brick Storehouse, situated in
Mnrfreesboro, Tenn 13,000
TthPrrtb Aiargo-BricJCii welling- tiouse
on Main street. Murfreesboro. Teen.,
containing 10 rooms... 15,000
em tmze iarge ncv iincic u we nine
House on Church street. Murfreesboro.
ftth Priza-Fin! Rnthftrford rniirit v Varm
on atones river, ijj acres u,wu
lutn nze Large two-story uncs ware
house. Lebanon street, Murfreeeboro.
Tenn., 40x100 feet- 10,000
Ilth Prize A new Brldk Residence on
8nrlne street, Murfreeeboro, Term .5.000
12th Prize One vacant Storehouse Lot on
Main street, Murtreecboru, Tenn....... 3,000
hu rnzo rew dtick itesiuenco in aiur
freesboro, 6 rooms and 1 acre of ground
attached - 6.000
14th Prize Cash 1,000
next two prizes la toji v-asusooo i,wu
Next 5 Prizes 17 to 22 Each, 81,000 in
c xta frizes w zi liacii: one .vaiua-
$1.000 .T 2.000
Piano, S900..... 5,400
Next 16 Prizes 30 to 45 Each, one Build
ing Lot in Monreesboro, Tenn., $900.. M,400
rtext a.frizes ta to jh isacn, one tsuna
mi: Liou l acre, in suburbs or iuurtrees-
boro. Tenn.. S500 4.000
Next 6 Prizes 54 to Bt Each, one fine
"Stonewall" Buggy, $500. 3 XX)
Next 10 Prizes 60 to 70 Each, one fine
. Gold Watch. S200 2,000
Next 50 Prizes 70 to 120 Each, one Bale
good Tennessee Cotton,S10a..i 8,000
Next 100 Prizes 120 to 22u -Each, one fine
Sewing Machine, $100...... 10,000
next si tr nzes -.au to -az Kacn, one ana
Double Barrel Shot Gun, $75. 2,400
jNexi 4W razes 'oj vo boi inclusive
Each, one red cedar Water Can, made of
cedar grown on the battle field of Mur
freesboro, Tenn., S3. 2,000
IThe sale of the above ptjpertyls made for the
purpose of ralsincan-SCxidowrBeiit-FaBd for
tne DeneBi or tne. tjoareaerate c me
te rr at SiHrfrepsboro. Teen., and the
fund will be placed in the' hands of the Memorial
Association of " Murfreesboro, of which Mrs.
X. D. VTendel, is President, and .Mrs. Gen. John
The drawing will take place under the direc
tum ui a cummiuee seipcicu oyiue snaro-uoiu-
from 10 to 15 vears of age from two ekiss wheels.
the contents ot which can be seen- by the' audi
ence, one of which will contain the gifts on
printed slips in, sealed boxes, and the other
leather tacs with numbers on them crrres Bond
ing to all the tickets totnL After the contents of
both wheels are t'lorouefSv mixed bv revolving.
the blind child at. th. first .will draw a number
therefrom, and then the child, at the second
wheel will draw a gift therefrom, and the gift
thus drawn will belong to the number drawn im
mediately before it. Thus this process will con
tinue until 651 gifts are drawn, and It la evident
that by this mode of drawing, fraud, favoritism,
or a knowledge of what gift any number will
draw, la impossible.
All orders for tickets strictly confldentiaL 0 ir
on lars conisminrr mil particulars lurnisnea on
application to the undersigned. Address
uii. w. 11. nuuiisurs, .Manager.
GREEN MORROW. Asent of the Memorial
Associat!on,sGeneraI Traveling Agent.
GEN. JOHN a BRECKINRIDGE,
" TV. E. BATE,
B. R. JOHNSON,
' G.G. DIBBRELL,
E. KIR BY SMITH,
" G. W. GORDON,
HON. JNO.W. BURTON,
' J AS. D. RICHARDSON
Aoncy for tbe sale of Tickets at No. 47
South fjolieee street.
je8 eod till deel
Missouri State lottery.
effaltsd by Srata Aatborlry aad
Grand Single Number Scheme
Class it to LeDrawu November 30,1872.
5)880 Prizes, Amoantln? ttf $300,000.
500 prizes of 100
9 prizes of.
S prizes of...
0 prizes of...
0 prizes of...
SO prizes of...
ISO urizeH of...
lorixe of..... 7J00
4 prizes of..
20 prizes of..... 1,000
:u prizes or..... uuu
40 prizes of..... 250
7,0i0 prize of...
Tickets. $10. Half Tickets, $5.
are always drawn at the rime named, and all
drawings are under the supervision of sworn
?The oMcialdrawlnz will be nubiished In
the St. Louis' papers, and a copy of drawing
sent to purcnaeers oi ncKets.
yffti will draw a similar scheme the last day
of every month during the year 1872,
7" Remit at onr risk bv Postofflee Money Or
ders, Bedstered 1 etter, Draft or Express. Send
tor a circular. Addres
Postofflee Box M1G. ST. LOUIS, MO.
Kentucky State lottery,
Legalized by an act of the Legislature.
Tlie most liberal Lottery evur draws.
To be drawn Dec. 2?, 18T2, In Covington, Ky.
One Capital Prize of - 25,000.
1 Prize of. $5,000 i 13 Filzrs of.. ..$250
1 do. 2,1501 SO do .... CO
do. 1,900 420 do .... 20
do 600 2810 do .... 6
S.0S0 Prizes, amounting to ...&L2C0
Tickets, $12. Halves, $6. Quarters, S3.
S7Onr- Lotteries are chartered ot the State.
and drawn at the time nftned, under the super
vision of sworn commbslone's.
iST'The drawiiii;s will be published In tne xiew
York. China jo and Lonlsville naners.
l-We will draw a similar scheme the last.
aaimuaj oi every iuuulu uuxiu uio jcais aoi
asritemlt at our risk by Postofflee Money Or
der, Beglstereu ttter iiratt or express.
K?-dena lor a circular.
AddresB SMITH, SIMMONS Ss CO.,
novt'S deodiSwta vox 837, uovmston, i&y.
HP A TITIT A TTTTkW C TUHC
jXUU.AXA.UA VIUiXTA. i PLATES
A trlrateasnlortalb zaarrtot ortaou konteo BArxr
Tbdlituei which comtltaUlniDedLmenU t xamrrluvicavie.
tare. All tbM lb doabtfiUortaqnUiUT wth to knov. 8nt.
Mearerr leiil, rorMcu.br Vn. WBrrrit k.117 H. Charles iu
Bl.Loolf.K Loosest eogigtd, ud oo aeceifnlSpUIUt
may 18, 72rWtWly.
COA1 AND COKE.
TT A VIN O -TAKE N AN ESTEBESTIN THE-
JUL spacious yxizi ximst or itentneiy, known ai
tl?e St. Bernard Mines, on the Evantville and
nenaerson nauroaa, ana Having cont ofth
oisposiuon or said UooLail south of flpnngneld,
uuwiuwuuiuuij, ieaD.,Ts are, uetenaineato
We can fcrnlsh a sonerior article and sbnsd-
ant supply. ' .
OrrlOE Corner union sad Cherry ttreeis.
JN tf '- -XADISftX STKUCXflf W '
AND ' '
mm & mtm alaiama
COMMENCING OCT: 2T, 1872. TRAINS
"wlU leave Nashville, fron. L.JtI. R,1U De
pot, North College street, .as follows:
8'i 5 laUy eitC2PtJ3unday, for Decatur,
1 stopping at all stations.
5 'OA P'Hv Dy.forNew Orlsann, Mobfle
,HV ana Montgomery via Decatnr. "SJeepiBX
Cars attached run through from. Xacavlllerto
lew Orleans and Mobile via lIontmerr"wlth
outchanee. This riarrfifloes not stop at Stations
between Na&vill4 and Columblaescspt Panl-
Q,4( P. 3t., Columbia Accommodation', dally
exempt MaDdaj. Stout at all Station
between KatLvJllo and Columbia. -
f'ftfl dally, for Loulsvills, has Sleep-
iW lag Car from Chattanooga, runnbw
through .to Louisville, attached.
S.Qj( dally, for LouisvUle, has Sleep-
WV.ing Car attached, rami lag through, from
mew urieans via Clootie ana Montgomery
iUlU UVUUliUO WlUlUUi CUkUge.
2,4 R P.M., daily exeept SHadav, for Lou
fcl5A.K."traIn arrives at M & C. 'Junction
(one mile. north of Deeatur,)3:oor.jftsilraakes
direct connection with M. ACE, B. tram for
HunUvllla and points East.
6aw?.C train arrives at Decatur at 10:05 r.
v.. connect tne with 10:10 v. ir. train on w. n
B. Ri for HUDUvllle-and points East.
xrainsgomg weston a. leave De
catnr at 12:48 a. M. and 11:15
lrt a jt, fii30 x it and 2:15 n trains for Lonl
vUle connect .with tr ins. with through Sleeping
and Day Cars attached, for .Tvni. r.w?
Haltimare.Philadelnhla.JSew Vnrv. Bni tttJ.
mediate points lathe East. North and West
A. trains named above will arrive at and de
part from Ik. & N. Depot, on Keith College street,
but will stop-at Junction ofN. & C. andN. &J.
Railroads and at N. & C Railroad TVnnt-tn f v
en and let off presenters.
Tickets will be sold and
at N. & O.Dipct, Charshstreet, tor all trains on
jrfQet Southern Railroad, except
xo..e, which leaTesCoUege Street Depot at 3:30
Pastcncm from OaiUHn
arriving at Nashville at 8 a k, have until 33) r
X in which to attend tn Imiltwu .,T
Trains arrive atNashvHle as follQWK Prom
f or turouuli Ticket... rh.-v. .
her 'nfonnatlon, apply at General Ticket
umce, nnuer aiaxwe'l iiouse, and at L. & N.
J?eR North College street
una uouege streer Also at N. Jt C.
DeDut. Church strant.nnfl at- XT xr n
I aiiroau Lieput. onurch strc
and N. & D. Junction, South Nashville.
" v. l. KlQ, O. P. B-T. A.
St. lrfuis Short Xine.
ST. X0L1S ASD SOOIHEASTESS KL'Y
S to 23 Miles tbe Shortest, aad ev.
ta St. LobIh, nnn all Points
WES r and JSOKXH. .
Time taSU Loais oaly laif Routs.
TIME TABLE IN EFFECT SEPT. 23, isjj:
ot i3uis anrrngn Express leaves at 60 A.
.. and arrives at St Louis 10rf)0 r. r. " -HonkinavUle
and Memnliis R
1:45 v.x.; arrives at Hopklnsville 5:10 r. x.: ar
rives at Memphis 2:43 a. ar. '
Through Tickets on sale to all points West
and North. Bagage checked and ull infonaa
Uon eiven at Transfer Offlr . Mitu.ii
and at College Street Depot.
as jor xicicers via "St. LOuia Short Ltne.
J. P. BOTH- rSrnfra Rnn-ni.n.t
W. B. DAVENPORT, General flciet Agent
i . f -
CHATTANO OS A
rp RAINS BUN TO AND
JL Street Depot as follows;
lsatx. C&attaziooera TmlnB.
8:43 AOC EjmntSnnrl,.. i.-in
630 rot. ballv" ' TrT; .
XezBshis aad St. Ixnin Vmfc
1:15 A JT. Dailv.
2:13 p x. Sundays Excepted. 4:45 rjtl
13 boor to Memphis nours to St. Loaii
xnrougb to Memphis without chanjoC '
Shortest route tn Vsr nrijn,
Sleeping Cars from McKenzie. Time 20y hoof i.
8:30 P.M. ExcDt Snndav.
78 miles shorter IhVi,w. .k.. A
More than loo miles shorter to St. Louis than
via Louisville, and many hours quicker.
ST SLEEPING CA11S urrZT km, -
x. train to Ohattanooza, and 2:15 r. St. train to
Metnchls. A. H. Robinson, Ticket agent, Max
well House. T. M. Onnntn.rh.m l'l,..i. ojT.
Depot J. W. THOMAS. GenTSunrT1
JanMtf DA2JLET P- 1 T. Agent.
ffl PACfflO RMI01D,
O-f AND AFTER THURSDAY, SEPT.
12th. Trains will ran iliiiwnn.,i.J ..tV
I ed) a., follows: " j. i-
Leavea Lebanon st...... -:no A-x
Arrives at Nahv!lln at o.o . u
Leaves Nashville at. .:."::'.:::5S 7Z.
Arrives nt Lebanon at. Jia.r.x.
Pree'a Stages leave Lebanon at I n'elm-v r
on rnesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. 'Arrivi
a- unonjion. at a o'clock
nesdayg and Fridays.
A. xl. on Mrndays, TTed-
JT23 tf Preb't and fSnn't.
M. S. COMBS, BEN F. G800MES,
AND DEALEBS IN
MetaJlio and Wood Caskata.
Cas'es and Coffins,
OP EVERY VAEIETY AND SIZE.
He. 36 Worth Cherry Street.
If ASHVIXLE, TEMPT.
rTTHK FINEST HEARSES IN THE OITY
JL Kaymond Co.' MetalUcs. alii kinds
Crane. Breed & Co.'s Metalllrji. nil tln,i. tb-T
Cases and-Caskets, the best. Taylor Corpse
Preserver, best in ns. Mm r.n-i.. r ZT.vfj
at the lowest rate. We respectfully solicit ashare
? ?ir0n?f8'an(Svpf0ln!ee to 8ve entire eaba
factlon. Kemember we ham r,ln,i n,.n.
my30 till Jan24,13 COMBS &(WVrsXlC'
RE OROOMES & CO.,
42 aad 41 North Cherry Street, '
Sealers Ib Bariai Cases and Casket.
Ce's aad other Improved,
Cases and Caskets. H
A TTEND PBOMPTLY TO AI.T, -snrrir.
JSl raU to city or surrounding country, with line
Hearsea for both Adslts and CtUdroV Tele
graphic Orders filled with dispatch. TavIori
Patent Corpse Pres-rver. besirtM ..J.J
I iVxrjLB HOUaE HAVlfffl Pimnmi.
JJ ed thj lease o" this popular aad delightfully
located Hotel, I would s ty to my friends and the
public generally Oat It will be kept as a flrst
claa house. The t- bio will be snntilled with all
the dshcacies that this and other markets aifard.
It location is central, and on th lead in thnr
oghfareortheclty. The proprietor hopes to
receive a call from his old friends and the trav
eling public, promising that one and all har
ade to feel at home. Kates moderate. .
"novg lm M. B. W1NBOTJBN, ProprUtor.
COMMERCIAL HOTEL !
J.6. mlGirOM, Prdptor, .
Ceraer Cherry aad Cedar Ntrstn'ta
JASES-AtHOLT, JA3R25 A. ATWELL, Clerk
fTlEN THOUSAND DOLLARS "HAVT? tt?
located," being equidistant between tMSKa
ano uoarxnouie streetcars pass the door erter
unctns, jiooneana Montgomery, via De
catur. 5:05 a m; from Decatur, 1 Jo r sttfrom Co
lumbia, 10:00 a m: rrom Louisville and the East,
worth and asd west, ata Aat and 4:43 r x.
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