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NASHYILLE UNION AND AMERICAN,', SATURDT,, NOVEMBER 80, 1872. '
FNION AND AMERICAN
SATO KB AT, NYE9CBEX 99, IST2-
The Cincinnati Enquirer is Tricked
enough to say: "Mr. Greeley is enfferlnij
from brain disorder. Gen. Grant never
suffers in that way."
THEttrap wbich & lot of sharpers set lo
ca'ch a shcalof foolsln search of. diamonds
in Arizona, has been demolished by an ex
posure of tho humbug.
Hon. James White, of Hawkins, Senator
from thd Second District, and Senator Mc-
Callj of Obion, are both fayorably mer
Honed as candidates for the Speakership of
The Cincinnati Enquirer thinks "Mr.
Froude made a mistake in- coming to this
country to discuss such a quest!on. free of
prejudice and passion, as the British rule
over Ireland." Sohedidjbut "fools rush
In where angels fear to tread."
TnE'q'uestlon of discontinuing the publi-
caMon of the daily edition of the Louisville
Commercial, the Republican organ in Ke.
tucky, was at one time contemplated, but a
new stock company has been organised and
the paper will be continued.
The fellow who presented Grant with a
bull-pup ws a firm believer in "the eternal
fitness of things." Bull-pups and the Fres
idency of a republic seem now to be core-
lated. The Marquis of Winchester has
j represented a couple of them to President
The Chattanooga Times urges Hon. E.
A. James for Speaker of the Senate, on the
ground that this responsible office "should
be filled by a live, progressive man, a good
parliamentarian, and one tvho is thorough
ly acquainted with the necessities of the
There are propositions before tha Con
stitutional Convention in Pennsylvania to
cxetend the time of the Governor, which is
already three years; to extend the texns of
the members of the Legislature: to make
attendance at the public schools compulso
ry, and to authorize juries to render ver-
dlc:s in case of the agteement of two-thirds
of their number.
Noticing the pardon of Paymaster Gen-
oral Ilodge, the New York Tribune calls at
tention to the fact that "when, during the
campaign, a report gained circulation that
ho was to be pardaaed, it was indignantly
denied by the Administration press." The
election is over and Grant can take care of
his friends now with impunity, as he sup
The government has recovered a judg-
ment against S. F. Weld & Co., of Boston,-
for $500,000. The firm are large importers
of sucar. nutmees and snfees. and thn rharir,
a , u . y - "ft
preierrea was in as uey naa ouerea invoice
of undervaluation. The firm was also a
loser to the extent of $150,000 by the la'e
fire in Boston.
Sis months' imprisonment has been
awarded at Manchester, England, Quarter
Sessions to a pOBtal telegraph clerk who had
ijtercepted and turned to his private ad
vantage the contents of a betting message
passing through his hands. In this coun
try private messages entrusted to telegraph-
ors to be sent over the wires, are not secure
from the prying eyes of such corrupt Con
grescinen as Ben. Butler.
The Mempihs Avalanche and the Nash
ville Banner upon the one side and the
Louisville Courier-Journal on the other
are having a lively spat about the political
citU3iion in Tennessee. The former hav-
iqc freely availed themselves of the assist
ance of the "Cincinnati Convnercial In the
late canvass now regard the Courier-Jour
nal as an impertinent outsider in expressing
its views upon the Tennessee situation.
The Chattanooga Herald of the 27th
"The Nashville Banner, the Memphis
Atabinckc znd the Ktioxville Pr&3 and
Herald me in a sad strait. They warn to
jum i lio Kepublicau party, but, like the
ynun" man the first time he went 'a court-
ii g,' they ere too bashful to speak out.
Each of them thinks Grant may yet prove
himself equal to the emergency and become
a t,rcat man. To doubt ot It."
We do cot believo that the Press and
Herald will ever advocate the principles,
p ilic; and practices of the Grant Adminis
The Washington Itepublican states that
tho Treasury Department will probab'y
press upon Congress the abolition of the
moieties of Government officers in the fines,
penalties and forfeitures arising from the de,
tec'ion of consummated and attempted
frauds upan the custom-houses. The
moiety system is believed to have a demor
alizing efftict upon tha service, and to be de
trimental to the discovery of frauds rather
than helpful to such discoveries. The
moiety system was abolished in the internal
revenue service for such reason at the last
The Cincinnati Enquirer says:
"Tho fact that the President has par
doned Paymaster Hodge, who was a de
faulter to the amount ot $400,000 a defal
cation carried on for several years, strange
to say, unbeknown to the Department
coes'nt look exactly as if ne was interested
in the cause of civil service reform. Of
course the excuse is that Hodge is to be
made a witness lor too government a trains
somebody else. Now, the administration
could punish nobody who would furnish
half so edifying an example as Hodgo. But
then he has powerful friends, and with such
aid thieves have no difficulty jjp getting off."
While the President is tuns ready to lib
erate a defaulter Jto tho Government to a
large amount, the poor Southerners sent to
tha Albany panitentiary by ourts "organ
ised lo convict," aro left to languish In
prison. Tho convictions in nine-tenths of
t'joso cases are e, disgrace to the Jurispru
dence of the country and a libel to justice
THE rKKSIWIiST'S MOUa.HEB.IV
We find the following In a Washington
telegram to the. Courfer-Journoiundor date
of Nov. S;7:
The President in a recent Interview ex
hibited some uneasiness at ine laea .or a
chauge of policy in respect to the South,
and is feaitul of confessing tuat nis policy
has been harsh. He stated that he could
not make a geueral jail delivery of Ku-Klux
prisoners, hut would consider each case on
its merit . He intimated that, if the neigh
bors of a prisoner petitioned for his release,
it might bo granted.
The Herald in speaking of the draft of
the message which, was to be submitted to
the cabinet on the 2Ctb, says :
The document embraces many important
recommendations, but apparently it does
not include tho full measure of justice to the
South that has been so often boasted of as
forthcoming during the recent campaign.
We aro told thathj lias yielded this year,
as he did last, to the advice of experienced
politicians and changed the tenor of the
message so far as it relates to that part of the
country. He praises tho wisdom of the En
forcement laws an Inference that the su
premacy of the Enforcement act Is to be
From this it appears that his Excellency
has not yet escaped from the dutches of
Morton, Chandler Co
OVlt BKtK8KTATIV JflLBX.
Sleernpbleal Sketches of Members of
SENATOR Jl'CONNELL, Off BLOUNT.
Hon. M. I. McConnell, Senator elect
from tho third district, composed of the
counties of Cocke, Jefferson, Sevier and
Blount, was born in Blount county, Tenn.,
and is now 33 years of age. He was raised
oa a farm and fully understands thatTbusi
ness, bet as the war broke out soou after
las arriving at the ago of maturity, he was
not able to follow that business previous to
the war, and since then, his time has been
pretty fully occupied with politics, and he
Is now considered one of the leading poli
ticians of his party in the Eastern division
of the State. He enlisted as a private in
the Federal army in tho summer of 1862,
and was discharged in July, 1865, then
holding a commission as Captain' of Infun
try. Ho was elected Sheriff of Blount
county in March, 1806, in which capacity he
83rved until elected a member of the House
of Representatives in August, 1869. It
was In this body that Mr. McConnell served
as the leader of the "memorable twelve,"
tbere being but twelve Republicans out of
85 members, and it was said at tho time
that in consequence of their thorough or
ganization they swayed the "balance of
power" upon several Important questions
acted upon by that body. He was elected
and represented the third Senatorial Dis
trict in the last General Assembly, where he
had but two associate Republicans, but
was equally as partizan on all political ques
tions coming up for action. He, as a mem
ber of the General Assembly, is unusually
attentive to business, prompt in his atten
dance, and takes an active part in all im
portant discussions, and will represent his
constituents to their entire satisfaction. In
the late canvass Mr. McConnell received
the nomination of the Republican party of
his district, and supported the entire Re
publican ticket. His postoflice is Mary-
Hon. James D. Tillman, Senator elect
from tho thirteenth district, composed of the
counties of Marshall, Franklin and Lincoln,
was born in Bedford county and is now 31
years ol age. ne is a lawyer, and is now
engaged in the practice of his profession at
Fayetteville. He was raised on a farm
and during his young days worked during
the summer and attended school during the
winter mouths. He graduated at the Nash
ville University in the year 1850, attended
tha Lebanon Law School one session, when
the war breaking out, ha volunteered as a
private soldier in the Confederate army.
and was soon promoted to the Lieutenancy
of his compauy. After the exchange of
tha prisoners captured at Fort Donelson,
and upon the reorganization of tho regi
ments, he was elected Lieutenant Colonel,
and was soon afterwards promoted to the
Colonelcy ot the 41st Tennessee regiment
Col. TiliTian was a member cf the House
of Representatives of the last General As
Sembly, and was chairman of tho Commit
tee on Education aud Common Schools
He was prompt in his attendauce, attentive
to business aud took an active part in allim
portant discussions. A calm thinker, a
bold debater and an earnest and enthusias
tic supporter ot all measures tending to pro
mote the general welfare of the State, he
wilt make one of the most useful and in
fluential members of the Ssnate. In the
lata canvass Col. Tillman made the race
without opposition, and supported the en
tire Democratic ticket, and urged upon his
constituents to importance of thorough
and complete organization in order to pre
Berve the Democratic party in its usefulness
and importance. His post office is Fayeite-
SEN ATOO ALLISON .
Hon. S. F. P. Aliisou, Senator elect from
the fourteenth Senatorial District, compos
ed of the counties of Williamson and
iuaui, was uuiuu ir iiiiaiusuu vuuubj,
m l :.. ttt:ii: ...
and is now forty years of age. With the
exception of four years spent in the defence
of the "Los: Cause," his time has been
spsnt'since his arriving at tho ago of matur
ity in agricultural pursuits, and he is now
engaged in farming In Williamson county.
He was a member of the Lower House in
tho last General Assembly, and by reason
of his genMeminly deportment aud affable
mannere, was a general tavorite amongst,
tho members of that body. In the late
canvass Mr. Allison received the nomina
tion of the Democratic party of bis District
for his present position, and made a vi.
ous canvass in favor of all the regular
Democratic candidates, urging upon his
constituents the importance of unity of ac
tion, and warning them against the dangers
of divisions and dissenslms lu their ranks
- .... . . . r
Hj is thoroughly Democratic in ms views
and is a strict partisan, but will never at
any time permit his political preferences to
cjme in contact with any measure mat
would be for the common good of the peo-
pli of the State. As a member of the last
General Assembly Mr. Allison took an ac
tive part in ail important discussions, and
notwithstanding the fact that he is "a
country farmer," the bold and argumjutative
manner in which he presented his views
upon questions under discussion, showed
full well that he is able to cope successfully
with many of the mainbsrs who prided
themselves upon their speech-making quali
ties. As a member of the incoming Sen
ate, he will be one of the leading spirits,
aud will support all measures tending to-
waids the material interests of the State
His postoflice is College Grove, Williamson
Hon. David Richards, Senator elect from
the fourth district, composed of the coun
ties of Union, Grainger, Anderson and
Knox, was born in Merthyr Tydoil, Wales,
aud is now 49 years of ago. He emigrated
to tho United States when 21 years of age
and settled in tho State of Pennsylvania,
and worked as a puddler at Rough and
Ready Iron Works in that State. He is
thoroughly an "iron man," having filled all
positions attendant upon carrying on that
branch of industry, and 13 now the Ganeral
Manager of the Enoxvillo Iron Conany.
no settled in this Stato about five years
ago, and intend making Tennessee his
permanent homo, and a3 a Senator will
tako an active interest in all matters tend
in; to place Tenncsseo among tho foremost
States of tho Union. He has nover before
been in public life, but was for a number of
years "Superintendent of a Sabbath-school,"
and claims that in that capacity he was en
abled to do more good, and considered him
self more highly honored than b.9 would bo
iu any political position that could be con
ferred upon him. He is .thoroughly tem
perate In all his habits, aud totally abstains
from tho use of ardent spirits and tobacco
under any and ail circumstancjs. In the
late canvass Mr. Ricnards wa3 nominated
by the Republican party, supporting tho en
tire Republican ticket; yet notwithstanding
this fact, he received quite a number of
Democratic votes as a compliment to his
personal worth, and was elected by a very
largo majority. His postoflice is Knoxville.
Hon. J. A. Board, Representative elect
from the counties of Obion and Lake, was
born in Breckinridge county, Kentucky, In
the year 1815, is consequently 57 yearsjsf
age, and is engaged in agricultural pursuits.
He was elected a member of the Kentucky
Legislature in 1846, and after serving in
that body during the session of 1846 and
1847j be returned homo and volunteered as
a soldier in the United States army and
went to Mexico. Since his return from
Mexico he has never sought office, prefer
ring to follow .tho peaceful avocation of a
farmer to mingling in politics. In the late
canvass. Mr. Board made tho race without
the action of a convention, none having
been held In his county. He, however,
made the race as a Democrat, supporting
.the entire Democratic ticket. Ho is truly
a representative man, aud in his election he
received tho voles of many of -both the po
litical parties, knowing as they did that the
interest of the entire community would be
safe in his hands. He will perhaps bo the
oldest member of the House of Represen
tatives, and having bad some legislative
experience nearly thirty years ago, ho will
ha looked up to with considerable rever
ence by the younger members of tho House.
His postoflice is Union City.
NEW SUPWUES OP COAIV.
The corruption of coal extends so rapidly
from year lo year that some anxiety is felt
in England aud elsewhere that the supply
may fail. But the geological fact should be
considered that new islands rise out of the
ocean, elevated by volcanic action, and in
these coal may be found a3 on the island of
Newfoundland. The1 Grand Bank near
that island is 600 miles long by 200 miles
wide, and known to be rising from the sea.
There is every reason to believe that coal
underlies these extensive Banks, as it is
known to abound in Newfoundland in the
same neighborhood. Fuel will be had in
coming centuries from sources not now
known to exist.
Professor Anstead mentions that a quar
ter of a million of square miles of the earth's
surface " are covered with sandstones and
shales of tho carboniferous period, among
which coal is buried, and this coal is for the
most part accessible, riow there are up
wards of three million square yards of sur
face in a square mile, and, assuming an
average total thickness of ten yards for all
tho distinct seams of each coal field, we find
for tho total number of cubic yards or avail
able coal the enormous figure of 7,500,000,-
000. As a cubic yard of coal weighs nearly
a ton, we may say that there are in round
numbers 7,000,000,000 of ton3 of coal avail
able for the use of the human race. If we
took the average number of human beings
living at each moment during tho next
3,500 years to be 2,000,000,000, and the an
nual consumption for all purposes to be at
the average rate of one ton per human be
in?, the supply would last for that enormous
we h&va tried to impress upon our
friends in Tennessee the importance of or
ganizitiou. The Cincinnati Enquirer put
it pretty strongly as follows
between the iron organi
zation of the Grant party and the loose one
of tha Democrats aud Liberals is well evinc
ed by the contests in North Carolina and
Indiana. In the latter State the iiomiua
tion of Morton for United States Senator is
immediately acquiesced in by every mem
ber of the Legislature who belongs to the
party, lie is immediately ie-elec.ed. In
North Carolina, where our friends are it
the majirity, eighteen of them secede from
the legislative caucus, alter the nomina
of Gov. Vance, aud bring out a bolting
candidate, Judge Merrimon. Of course the
cjntest is doubtlul. Is tmre any one fool
enough to suppose that while one party
sticks so closeiy to its organization and the
other don't, that there is the least chance
of the latter ever obtaining power? The el
etnent ot individual independence is very
strong among the Lioerals, but ha3 no ex
isle ca aming their opponents
Knights of I
A XIi MEMBERS OF CALAKTHE. EDGE
J. Held and .Myrtle Lodges, K. of P., and ttieir
triKiiiM, are invic-a to oe prcssnt at tna .Dedica
tion or rjtaiau liaii,
To-night, at 7' o'clock.
A. J WHBEIiKK, K. R. H.
Central City Property
On TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10
A T 11 O'' LOuK, I WILL OKFBK FOK
Xjl mle, on the premises, two va uable Busine-B
lots', fine property or Mrs. Jane Urowii.) titu
nteu on the west M de of Korth Cherry street,
nearly opiKislto the late residence of -lacob Mc-
Garuck, licq. One fronts 23 cet and the other
21 leet, running back about 175 feet to Over
This property is ccntraily located, on one of
ine priiiC!ai Dusiness ttiorougmart s or the city,
anu is utsuueu soon 10 occome nigniy valuable.
Capita Ists. who desire to make a t-at'e. Derma-
nei.t and proli'able investment, should not tail
iu aiienu mi. erne.
Terms made known on day of sale.
, THUS CALLENDER,
KEAL ESTATE AGENTi
nov30td3 iSn. it nl. Oiprr.v ,
S. Lester vs. Leah Lester Bill forDivorce.
TN THIS OAUSE IT APPEARING TO THE
JL satisf ictioii of the Clerk from the allegations
in ine uui, uiai me ueienuant i a non-reiaent
of the Stat ut Tennessee, so that the ordinary
process of law cannot be served upon her: It U
therefore ordered thxt publication be made for
four successive weeks in tne Union and Ameri
can, a newspaper published In the city or Nash
ville, Tenn., requiring the defendam to appear
at the Courthouse, in the city ot Nashville, on
the first Monday in .January -next, then and
there to plead, answer or demur t complain
ants bill, or the same will ba taken for enn-
icsseu ana set lor hearing exparte.
ALliUlti.' AKr.Ka, cierK.
By E E. GOODLETT, D. Clerk.
Guild & Dodd, Solicitors nov3o oawtw
Santa Claus. Arrived.
YEATMAN, SHIELDS & CO. HAVE JUST
received several Invoices of Toys and Fancv
Articles, suitable for Christmas presents for
children, which we will close out cheap.
We continue to sell jobs in Staple and Fancy
ui) uuu'is, vAuimuK runs, ooo's ami varier
Goods generally. Kegular Auction Sa'es Tucs
dy an l Thjrsoay as usual. 10 and 18 Cedar st.
SATUBDAY, K0YEMBER 30, 1872.
IN PURSUANCE OF DECREES REN
dered by the Chancery Court at Nashville in
the rfspectivo causes, I will sell at public sale to
tne nit nest bidder,
On Saturday, Nov. 30, 1872, at the Court
house at JXashvills, at 12 o'clock sr.,
the following described property:
aiclvlllo Williams v. A. K. Songlass.
A Tract In the 8th Civil District of Davidson
county, Tenn., containing 47 acres and 98 poles,
more or less, beniuiiini? nt a noint in tli rp.ntrn
of the Nolcnsviile Turnpike roid. and runnincr
thence south 65 v west 11.60 iolcs: thenco south
70 west 25 piles: thence south 76J,' wot 78-81
poles to a stako and to the lands ot B. B. Wil
liams; thence bouUi 1 east 48.62 poles
to a stake and to the land of .1. C. Rrr-
ant's heirs; thence south 89 est 132.(3 poles to a
Etake in tho centre of said pike: thence along
the entro of said nike north It west 81 nnlna t.
TERMS Credits of 6 months Note required
with approved security .and lien retained.
C.I. f C I
omu ucc iruui reuexiipuon.
NATHANIEL BAXTER. .Tr.
novlO 3t 10,2 J.30 Clerk and Master.
HAVING BEEN APPOINTED AND quali
fied Administrator of the estate of Noah
Crane, deo'd. all wrsons oainn said estntn am
hereby titled to come torward c-id settle, and
those having claims against the .stato aro re
quested to present tho same within the time pre
scribed by law, or thev will be fore r barreit
norcum t . it. wum x, Adm'r.
A LL THOSE HAVING CLATMS AGAINST
. the estato ot T. B. Rains, dee'd, will present
them within the time prescribed by law or ibey
will be barred, and all persons owing sal'! estate
will please come forward and make Mvment w
early as possible.
ts ir. KAiftB, Administratrix.
Nor. 12, 1872. covl3 1m
Tko titrakosck .Concerts. - -
OPENING NIGHT "
Blonday Evening, Dec. 2d, 1872.
The publlo aro respectfully informedlthat. ,
M'lle OARLOTTA PATTI,
Ifce world renowned Contatrlco.
MIs A. Xi. C&UY, the favoiite American
M'lle T. .ABaESO,;the Talented Young
SXoub. K. SAUKET, the eminent Violin vir
tuoso. Signor ESCOIiABA, the eminent Basso,
Tho celebrated Tenor.
Coudnctor SXGAOR WARZO.
Will make their first appearance In Nashville this
TWO GRAND CONCERTS,
Monday and Tuesday Evonlnss, Dec
2d aud 3d.
ADMISSION, including Keserved Seats, g2
and $2 SO, actcrdlug to location.
The sale of Reserved Scats to -day for either
Cencert, at 9 o'clock, at Djrmin's Music Store,
"WebT Plat os used at the Strakosch Concert.
DK. MOSES AND J. B. LOVE, ESQ , OP
Nashville, will open an Institute on the 1st
of Janmrv, 1873, for tho Cure of Stammering
a--d Impedimenta In rpoech, which will ba per
manent J. B. Lore, having ?riidnattri In thn
Art, will continue to give instructions during
For tbe Speedy and fiaro Cure of tho
CAN BE POUND AT
DnmnTille's Drae toro. cor. Cherry
und Uiiurcli btreet, und iclchnrtls'
Drag-Store, cor llruiyl and Nnm-ni-r
bt. Mono others Uiivo It.
THIS DISEASE IS NOT A NEW ONE TO
me, and for proof of my success in treating
it, K to the Adams and Southern Express
Stables and the Stables of the Fire Department,
and see foryourfelves.
1 will fully explain the treatment to those -who
purchase the medicine.
Z. V. PURDY,
OiTJce nt Adams Express Stables.
Stallion for Sale.
T "WISH TO SELL THE THOKODGH-BBED
JL horse Banquet, foaled iu 1SC7, a hiinUome
cuesnut. IS hand 3 inches hich.ot tine constitu
tion and temper; sired by Brown Dick, lirst dam
Duchess da Berri byimporte! Sovereign, and
she o agister to the notsd horso "Merry." He
is finely adapted fur a country stallion, and will
be sild on reasonable terms. For further par-
t'cuiars enquire or
oc20 2m ARCHER CHEATHAM,
Notice to Consignees.
OFFICE GENERAL FREIGHT AGENT,
NASHVILLE AND CHATTANOOGA
AND NASHVILLE AND NOKTH
NASnriLLB, Nov..25, 1ST2.
"VWING TO THE INABILITY OF DKAY-
J men to remove promptly from our Depot
freight for dellverv in the city, not ca U hereby
given that all good loft in our warehouse over
twenty-tour flours alter osine cnecKeu irom tne
cars, must be at the entire ritk cf the onici or
comumeet at to lost oynre. etc.
It is hoped that consignees will use every exer
tion to remove tbe'.r freight in order that there
may be no suspension of business from our sta
tions or connecting roads to 'his city; and while
willing, during the horse epidemic, to afford
every facility iu our power in the way of storage
room, our risic muse terminate at uic expiration
nf twenty- four hours after ireleht is unloaded.
Special notice will be given to consignees orthctf
agents, ana wcere place oi ousmt-sa la not Known,
will oe sent uuougu riHumce.
General Freicht Agent
The Master Spirits of the World,
The Treasure Ilonse of America,
The Great BooU ot the Tear.
Agents report sales of 25 to 100 copies in a few
noursoraays. jrnos tectcs frke. auarcss
X XV. Gf01PttD,
New York, Chicago, Cincinnati, St. Loul-, New
Orleans. sep-.'4 utf
2d National Bank fetock
T HOLD A CERTIFICATE OF ONE HUN-
L dred Shares of tho Capital Stock of the 2d
National lianKot rtaslivillc, given as collateral
security to secure the piynent of a S2.50O note
due from Hugh McCre to H. M. Spotlbrd, Ex'r
of Thos Martin, dee'd. said note being dated
Jan. 12, 1S71, and payable twelve months after
(lite, with ten per cent interest. I have a power
of attorney from Hugh McUre. A: Co. to transfer
saia stocx on tne uooes ot tne isanK.
On Saturday, tlio 7th day of
r will, at the Courthouse door. In Nashville, be
tween the hours of 10 a. m. and 3 p. m.. otter f r
saia to the highest bidder cno igh of said stock,
ior cisa, to piy saiu note, interest ana costs.
noTiu eoutu a. e. jones, Att'y.
Money! Money! Money!
NUMBER OF PARTIES
Desire to Borrow SToney
On Real Estate Securities or on cood Collaterals.
Those hiving moaey to loan would do well to
call on ns.
ARRI GTON, FARRiR & 'WEAKLEY,
nortf eod tf Agents.
For Sale in Edgefield,
A SMALL FRAME COTTAGE. ON THE
line of te Street Cars, at $1,500 cash.
Al-io. a small Frame House in West Nasnville.
renting for 10 per month, at SW) cash. Both
AKKlOTOS, FARRAR & WEAKLEY,
nov28 eodtf Agents.
For Rent for 1873.
Large and small, in the city an in Edgefield;
Storehouse, Offices, Bedrooms. Also,
ARRiNGTON, FARRAR & -WEAKTEY,
novZ7 eod tf Agents.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
OFFER AT PRIVATE SALE A VERY
fine Ffirm of 2l95 acres, lvinu one mile south
or Franklin, Tenn., on the Columbia Turnpike
road, now occupied by Charles A. Merrill. Ksq.
It is thoroughly Improved with a large andhanU-
cumn resiuenco, numerous ana excellent, out
buildings, including gin house and presn, large
uituaiuiui eiery Taneiy oi iruu aees, anu
well enclosed with stone fences.
The fertility of the Boil is unsurpassed. Its
proximity to school, churches and railroad ren
der it in every respect a most eligible house. It Is
strictly a first-class place.
For terms apply to Mr. Merrill, who will take
pleasure in euowing tne property; to Col. John
llu, orto myself at Murfrees
Nov. 11, 1872.
SALS OF TOWN LOT
BY VIRTUE OF A POWER OF ATTOR
nev executed to mebv B. J. Had'pv. and re
corded in tho Register's Office of Davidson coun
ty in book 46, pago 123, I will expose to public
o, for cash, the f ollowing town lot or piece of
round lyinc near Buena Vista Snrincrs. near thn
city of Nasaville, containing oneandone-h If
acre of trround. and lHucdedas follows: Unpin
ning at a stake on Adams street 233 feet from Its
intersection witn Sliauy street; thence north
wardly, and parallel with Shadv strcut. 345 i't
to Keilow street; thence nortiwardlv f.loncsaid
street 118 f-et to a stake; thence southwardly.
tfid paiallel with the tlrst mentioned line, 315
leet to Adams street: thence eastwardlv alone
Adams street 118 feet to the beginning. Said sale
to iane piace ai ma uourmouse uoor, in tus city
Xburnrfny, Dec 12, 1872.
Sale free from equity of redemption.
T. L. DODD, Agent and Att'y.
COA1 AND COKE.
MATING TAKEN AN INTEREST IN THE
spacious Coal Mines of Kentucky, known as
the St. Bernard Mines, on tha Evansvilla and
Henderson Railroad, and having cont ofthi
disposition of said Coal all south of Springfield,
rooerreon county, renn., we are uetenninea to
furnish Nashville, Edgefield, and thn surround
ing country and towns so cheap as tiput Ores in
tno reacti of tne poor as well as the ricn.
We can furnish a superior artlc'C and ahond
OFFICE Ooraer Union and Cherry streets.
J23tf atADIBOa SXATSGa CO.
Ko. 55 Jforth College Street.
fTTHB DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF
X tho United States for Middle Tennessee.
M. BURNS, O. B. FARllON,
MICHAEL VAUGHH, A.G.EWING,
A. L. DEM OSS. Vf. Y. 'ELLIOTT.
Receives Deposits; deals In Foietg-a and Do
mestic Exchange, Gold, Silver ana Government
Securities. Collections made and remitted for
on day of payment at current rate of Exchange.
Sovenue Stamps for sale.
M.JJUHKS, W. O. BUTTERFIELD,
Ti I .i . . . . . ...
For secretary of State.
WE are authorized 'o announce W. O'N
PERKINS, ofWi'liamson.'as a candidate
for Secrttry of State before the ensuing Gene
ral Assembly of the state of Tennessee
For Comptroller of the Treasury.
WE are authorized to announce GEN.
JAMES T. DUNLAP as a candidate for
Comptroller jiT the Treasury before the ensuing
General AsstSably. rovlS te
For Boor-Keeper or tho Home of
WE are authorized to announce J. J. SMITH,
of Marshall county, as a candidate' for
Door keeper of the House of Representatives at
the ensuiug session of the General Assembly.
REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF THE Au
thority in me vested by the provisions of
a deed of trust executed on the twenty-sixth day
of September, eighteen hundred and seventy
one, by Marcus B. Toney to G. W. Gordon,
Trustee for the "Life Association of America,"
I will at the Courthouse door, in tho citv of
Nashville, county of Davidson and State of Ten
Wednesday, December, the 10th, 1S72,
se.l for cash at public vendue to the highest bid
der the following described tract of about ten
acres of land situate and bomg in the county of
Davidson aud State or Tennessee, the samo
being known as Toney's addition to the town of
Edgefield in said county as aforesaid In the 17th
civil district or said county, situated on the west
side of the White'sreek Turnpike, one mile
Irom tho city of Nashville, it being the same
land conveyed by J no. M. Norvell and Sue. E.
Norveil to Marcus B. Ti ney by deed recorded in
Register's office lor Davtdon county, Tennessee,
in Book 42, page C31, aud it aho being the same
laud convryed as aforesaid to G. W. Gordon
Trustee by Marcus B. Toney by deed duly re
corded iu the Register's office for Davidson coun
ty, Tennessee, in Book 45, page 421-5, the same
having been executed by tho said Toney
for the purpose of securing the payment of
live promissory notes (of even date wilh
said deed) all of which were executed by
said Toney, aud payable to the order of the
"Lifo Association of America" whose home of
fice Is in the city of St. Louis In the State or Mis
souri: the lirt of said notes is Tor tbe sum of
two thousand dollars, and due two years utter;
the second is for the sum of one hundred dollars
and due in six months Irom date, the third,
fourth and fifth of said notes for the sum of one
hundred dollars etch and payable respectively In
twlve, eight cn and twenty-four months fiom
df Aud whereas the third one of the notes
above en lmerated matured oa the 26th and 23th
of September, 1872, and whereas payment of
said note was at its maturity, and has sincetbecn
demaudid of the said Marcus B. Toney the
maker, vim has failed and refuses to nay the
same, therefore and by reason of the provisions
ofsaiddeedof trnst, and by virtue of tl-e aur
thority in me vested by the term) of said deed of
trust, I will sell at auction at the time and place
and on tht,terms heieinbefore stated tbs above
described tract or land. The proceeds of such
sale to be appropriated to the payment of costs
and expenses of the sale, and of the first and
third or said notes above enumerated.
Sale free from the equity ot redemption.
G. "V7. GORDON,
nov28 d23t Trustee.
Spring Brook Bisliilcrj,
Nos. 16 and IS Sontli Front St,
SPSBBY" & CO.,
Office nc.1 Sale Room, No. 36 Sontli
PURE EOBERISOX COUXTY WHISKIES.
g-xzst uisno lttz&.
ALSO DEALERS Ef
Sid Bouroon & Rye Whiskies
868 Id Bonrta. 1870
BBLS. OLD BOURBON WHISKIES,
from two to five years old, for sale low.
HPEItY & COAPANT.
4ff BBLS. OLD RYE WHISKIES, TERT
1UU nne. from 2 to 4 years old. for sale chean.
SPBBT & CO .TIP AST.
Id Sobcrtson Comity!!
S ft BBLS. PURE OLD ROBERTSON COU1T
lwty Whiskies, from oho to three years old.
for sale cheap by
nov2l 2w SPEKUT fc COKPANT.
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, ETC.
ANOTHER OF THOSE SUPERB CLAR
ence Coaches, Satin Lined and Gold Mount
ed, just received and for sale at our
No. 70 ft. market St.
Also, a large and cencral assortment of
other styles ot Plsasure Vehicles and Spring
Wag-ins, including a few secoai- -u;.nd Barouches
and Buggicx, all of which we mo uttering at the
vory lowest rates.
POWERS & HUNT.
Sept. 7, 1872. sep8 3mrod
TAT1'LK HOUSli. 11AV1HU fUBUUAS
t d the lease of tbis popular and delightfully
located Hotel. I would say to my friends and the
nubile Generally that it will bo kept as a flrst-
class house. Tne tiblo will be supplied with all
the delicacies mat mis anu ouier mariets anoro.
Tt inration is central, and on the leading thor
oughfare of tbe city. Tho proprietor hopes to
receive a call from his old friends and the trav
eling public, promising that one and all shall be
mane to ftel at home. Rates moderate.
novuim jji. i. iAtiuui.ii, fropneior.
Corner Cuerry nod cedar streets
JiHES A. HOLT, JA3IES A. ATWELL, Qerk
mEN THOUSAND DOLLARS HAVE RE-
J tentlyheen expended on the Commercial,
making It not only the most attractive, but tbe
best ventilated Hotel in the city. It Is centrally
located, beine eirnidlstant between the Capitol
and Courthouse. Streetcars pass the door every
ten mlnntea to aii ine uepots in ine cny.
ap27. n-i iv
jTm. CMSEY,ll(M & CO.,
Cottoa & Tobacco Factors,
14 and 16 Broad Street,
WILL HAKE THIS SrlLJjlHO Oi" COT
ton and Tobacco a specialty. Those who
send their Cotton and Tobacco to us, may rely
on getting the highest market price tor it.
Rag-King, Ties aud "tope fa rata a.t
iue lowest raioa.
Our Tobacco Warehouse is fits peof.
T)AnilM UJ ills rA...
aFiralns ;rance Comnanv andbasnnT.rmTir
, of ' oSotar S in iif
lars. which Is not or j-tenth of its assets.
insured. To those seeking Reliable Indemnit
novl2 3m dlw&ood bal
( ; ,;
At tho eoatb door oi tfad Ccurt-Lonsa In
the city of Nashville, Tennessee, on the
10th day of December, 1872,
F PURSUANCE OF A DECREE OF THE
Chancery Court at Nashville, Tennessee,
rendered In the case of
V. K. Steveasim and ethers to. The
Nas&vlUe and Northwestern Kail
road Company aail others,
I will sell at public a tie to the highest bidder, at
the south door of the Courthouse in the city of
Kasuviuo, xenn., on tna tutui any oraiecea.
ber, 1872, at 12 o'clock m., on tne terms here
under stated, the following property, Tlx:
THE EATIKE ROADWAY
Nashville and Northwestern Ballroad
situated in the States of Tennessee and. Ken
tucky. The sale is made for lha benefit of an the
holders of the mortgage bonds of said Compa
ny sccureu inereDf.
TERMS OF SALE-Flve thousand ($5,000)
cash. and the residue on credits of 6. 12. Id and
21 months. Notes required with approved secu
rity and lien retained.
The ale will be mxdo free front tne equity of
reuempuon, duisudjocc loiue prior ilea oi tne
NATHANIED BAXTER. Jr..
Clerk and Master Chancery Court, Nashville,
lenn. uai iq
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1th, 18T2.
TN PURSUANCE OF DECREES REN-
X dered by tho Chancery Court at Nashville In
tne respective causes, i win gi acpumic saie to
the highest bidder, at tne Courthouse at dash.
ville, on Saturday. December 7, 1872, at 12
o'clock n., the following described property, viz.:
S. H. Ham vs. J. K. Ham and others.
1st. A tract of 26 y acres lying on or Dear to
Turkey Creek, iu the 6th Civil District of Da
vidson county, Tenn., being the same allotted to
Louisa V. Dabbs (being lot No. 1) by the report
of the Commissioners and decree of the Circuit
Court, entered on paga 2a2 or boos a, on tne dl-
2d. Another fact cf 2Gy acres, adjoining or
near the above trtct, (being lot .No. 3,) allotted
to Bradley Ham in said division above referred
Reference Is bad to said decree and report of
commissioners, and plat attached thereto, tor a
nnrticular desc intion of said lots.
TERMS F SALE Credit of 6 and 12
months. Notes required with i J proved security
and lien retained,
sale free from redemption.
A. T. H. Unclsloy et nls vs. W. Barrow
et a is.
Lots "os. S and 6 In the subdivision of the
Sledge lot. each fronting 25 feet on Line street
or watKins' ayeue.
TERMS OF SALE Cash,
bala free from redemption.
NATHANIEL BAXTER, Jr.,
novl7,30idc7 Clerk: and Master.
Saturday, December 14th, 1872.
TN PURSUANCE OE DECREES BENDER
edby the Chancery Court at Nashville in the
respective causes, I will sell at public sale to the
AT THE COURTHOUSE AT
ON SATURDAY, DEC.
at 12 o'clock a.,
the following described pro-
JliiierTn G. Owen tk. B. F.
Adm'r, aud others.
A tract of 110 acres, situated in the 7th Civil Dis
trict of Davidson county ,Tenn , about eigbt miles
from Nashville, adjoining the land of Andrew J.
Baker on tho north, and bounded on the east by
the lands of Frances B. Hope, on the couth by
the lands of Samuel Sieger and Abraham Whit
temore, and on the west by the lands of Wash
lieciiit-r ana tne rrovme neirs.
TPItMS HrailifQ nf" C in art,! 1 S rr. nn K a
with interest from day of sale. Notes required
wim approveu sccuruy ana uen retained.
J. ZI.iTIanldlnvs. V. B. Orr and others.
Tjts Nas. 18, 19, 20 and 21 of Dr. Hall's plan or
addition to Nahville, a plan of which is record
ed in tne Register's cmco or uaviascn county,
TERMS OF SALE One-fOHrth cush.
and tbe balance on a credit ot six months. Iiotcs
required with approved security and lien re-
Sale free from redemption.
nor23J10&decl4 Clerk and Master.
County Court Sale.
X. 13. IHyricb. Adm'r, vs. James John-
son ci ai.
TT VIRTUE OF A DEGREE OF THE
O County Court of David&on county. Tenn.,
rendered at its November Term, 1872, in the
above cause, I will oiler at public sale, for caBb,
at the Courtcoute ooor in isatnviiie,
ON MOND'AY, DECEMBER 9, 1872,
at 12 o'clock m., the following described real es
tate, lying in tne Jb ittn uivii uistrict or jwavia-
son county, and belonging to the estate of Rob
ert u. stepnens, aec-u, 10-wic
A certain piece of ground containing 12 acres
and 158 Dales.
thelands of B. B.
Matlock, Jas.T. Stephens, M.
DavU, Wm. Simp
son and Klrley's.
TERMS Cash; and sale free from the equity
of redemption. w. u. x,yv um, uierx.
County Court Sale.
Bam. S. Wbartoa, Adm'r, etc., to. Geo.
W. Ilickmaa, Jr., et al.J
TT VIRTUE OF A DECREE OF THE
AJ Coui-ty Court of Davidson County, Tenn.,
rendered at its .November Term, 1OT2, In tne
above cause. I will offer at public sale at the
Gourtuouse door in nasnviue,
On Saturday, Nov. 30, 1872,
at 12 o'clock M., the following lot of ground,
1 ins in the city of Nashville, and belonging to
the estate of Geo. W. Hickman, deceased, to-wlt
Fronting 30 feet on New McLemore street and
riinnlmr back with carallel lUes 112 feet to a 10
ftlfev. Mtuxted between Union and Cedar
rtceets, and beginning at a point on New McLe
more street 130 tect from the northeast corner of
TKRMS One-third cash, the balance In 6 and
12 months, with good personal security required
and lien retaine
W. G. EWIN, Clerk.
County Court Sale,
Wesley Drnlte, Adm'r. etoM T. XiOalaB
A, CuiDmlBgs ct al.
BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE OF THE
County Court of Davidson county, Tenn.,
rendered at Its November Term, 1872, In the
above cause, I will offer at publlo sale at tbe
Courthouse door In Nashville,
On Saturday, December 11, 1872,
at 12 o'clock M., the following described prop
erty belonging to the estate of John A. Oum
mlvgs, dee'd, tc-wlt ... , , ,
A certain lot or ground lying In the city of
Edgefield, Tenn.. fronting 53 feet on the east
ide of the White's Creek turnpike road, in Iprti
Edgefleld, and run. ing back with parallel lines
313K feet Irom the centre of said turnpike to an
alley, upon which is situated a two-story frame
buildinc, suitable for a storehouse and dwelling.
TERMS OF SALE. Ten per -cent cash; tbe
balauce on credits or 6. 12, 18 and 21 months.
Notes bearing 6 per cent Interest, with good se
curity, and a Hen retained for the unpaid pur
chaw money. Minimum price 8100. . ,
nov 210&de 12 W. G. EWIN, Clerk.
"UK- n. m. ctmtxoiT
loaa removed his office and
T to 9 A. Hi
2 to 3 r. x.
residence to 9X Cedar st,
near the Bquare, Nashville,
renn. Jan7 ly sat&wi
R. R. FREEMAN, D. D. S.,
So. 110 CHURCH
Street. (3 doors east
of McKendree Church
Ofiico hours 8 X. K.
to 1 p.m.; from 2 ,to 6
ood U saigas a ww i
- - $10,593,327 EST CJOXJD.
strongest Fire Insurance Company in the World
hl-eeai 0 American
Chlcnim 1., t.. D.,! i uoiuiKiiraii orancu umce in n- w ior uuring uie single) monm
ThHhiloJi S0'1" 'I8' ,HCC9dln5 toadtspatcajustreceived, cannot exceed One MUllonDoI
fimT,iiVhgSd,i Uo Company the more secure t&a
ortt , t
W. O. NELSON, A&ent, No
Library Gift Concert.
$500,000 IS BANK
TO PAV ALL GISTS.
A FBXIi DRAWING IN SIGHT
$100,000 FOR ONLY $10
AT THS SECOND GRAND GUT Con
cert, authorized by special act of the Legis
lature, in aid of the Public Library of Ken
tucky, unavoidably postponed from Sept. 23 to
Dec-7, and which positively and unequivocally
occurs in Louisville, Kjn Saturday, Dec 7, 1872,
without further delay on any aecount whatever,
the following Cash Gifts arejor distribution by
lot among the ticket-holders:
ONE GRAND GIFT 60,000
1 Cash GIfL323,000
4 Cash Gift!. .12.000 each
i uatn uut. ai.oou
1 Cash Gift. 15,000
1 Cash Cift. 10,000
1 Cash Gift. 9,000
1 Cash Gift. 8,000
1 Cash Gift. 7.000
15 Gash Gifts.. LOOOeach
20 Cash Gifts.
21 Cash Glfti..
23 Cash GiftJ-.
35 Cash (lifts..
45 Cash Gifts,.
60 Cash Gifts..
CO Cash Gifts..
100 Cash Gifts..
1 dsn Gift. 6.000
1 Cash Gift. 6,000
i uasn uitt. 4,uuu
1 Cash Ulft. 3,000
Wwu UiUVU ij.4a V) 11 ta CSU1
TOTAL, 1,000 GIFTS, ALL OAaH....S500,000
612 Cash GiftJ.
The money to pay all these glfta U. sow upon
deposit, and set apart for that purpose, in the
Farmers' and Drovers Bank, as will be seen by
the following certificate of the Cashier:
Farmers' aud Dhoties' Baick, )
Louisville, Ky.,Sept, 28, 1872. J
This Is to certify that there is now on deposit
in this bank: over half -a million of dollars to the
credit of the Gift Concert Fund, $500,000 of which
is held by the bank as Treasurer of the Public
IArary of Kentucky to pay off all gifts to be
iflfirded at the drawing.
k. a. v iSAUu, uaamer.
Price ef Tickets.
"Whole twice ts. 810: halves. 5: auarters. 82.50:
11 whole tickets for 8100; 28 for $255; 58 for 1500:
113 for $1,000: 285 for $2,500; 575 for $5000. No
discount on less than 8100 worth of tickets at a
The drawing will ro'lUvelv and uneaulvocallv
take place Bee 7. Aeents- are oeremnterllv re
quired to close sales and make returns Nov. 25,
in order to give ample fme for the final arrange
ments. Orders for tickets or applications for
circulars should be addressed to
GpV. XH03. Z. JBSAinLZTTE,
Ag't Public Library of Ky.,
octll 2tawtodec2&Wlt oc24
THE "LIGHT RUSri!nS"i
3. M. Agents:
It don't pay
you to fight
tut best ma
Get the Azan-
cy and sell It.
"DOMESTIC" S. M.
86 Chambers St., S. T.,
or Atlanta, Ga.
I John T. Hill. 1872.
(Hear P. HiU.
Time Extended from
to Dec. 1.
ROLLS of WAIE PAPER
And an Extra Large Stock of
Window Shades. Btc.
At Cost for Cash Only.
TOHN W. HILL & CO., PROPRIETORS OF
V the Manufacturen' Southern Depot, will
continue to offer, for sixty days from October 1.
their entire mammoth-, new stock of WALL
PAPER, WINDOW SHADES, MIRRORS,
etc., at cost, exclusively for cash. If yon want
goods in this line now is the time to hay. Give
us a call, and we will stisfv vou that we are
seuing at cose uraers souutee.
. JOHN W. HILL k CO?
22 Soatk Cllec Street,
Between Church and Broad sfceets, Nashville.
nor J eodlm
THE PERFECTED SPECTACLES
LAZABTJS A HORUIS',
At iieo. K. Calnoun & (Jo a
MAitiM. house coxrtEa.
mHEY ASSIST AND PRESERVE THJl
I Sight Give easa. and comfort to those
who use them. Are oarc. bard and aril
liaat. Not liable to become scratched. Are
warranted not to brrak, and are
"Tbe Perfected Spectacle."
OUTER DIM & CO. A1WCE
That they were happllv untouched by the recent
GREAT FIRE, and are busy, as usual, in at
tending to Ui.Lr extensive orders. They now call
attention, also, to their
Vocal & Instrumental Music.
Thn wnnla nt I ona of the most valuable Mus
ical Libraries that could be devised, as each con
tains trom 200 to ZS0 pages of the most popular
music of the day.
Price of each book in boards, $3.50; cloth, $3X0;
at retail, for the pieces separately, about fioo.
In this form, all the books. Including the new
and favorite Gems of Stroeis (now having a
splendid sale), may be had for 931BO.
KHSleal Treaaare, Vocal and Instrumental,
Silver Cord. Wreath of Genu.
Gems of German Song, Gems of Scottish
Song, uems of bacred bonsr, oewer
of Pearls, Duets, operatic i'earla.
Homo Circle: Vol 1. Pianist's Albnm.
Home Circle; "II, Piano Forte Gems-
Any of the above Books mailed, post-paid, for
tho retail price.
OLIVER DITSON & CO., Boston.
CHAS. H. DITdON & CO., How York.
From 1 to 6 Battoua.
Black, 'VThite, Light, Mole and Dark. All the
new fancy color.- to match the prevailing
shades of silk and dress goods. For
saie, wnoiesaie and retail, by
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE &
Sole Agents for the United States.
anl6 2Uw4iu tues&frid
t!& CARRIAGE GUIDE.
JL prlTU.eonaMl.rUth. minitA ertkM .test l mrry.
Th4 dU.uri vhUh conntlttitc lmpltanu to murU ; (
tun. JIIIU-I1. aoobaulorlaqoUIUi.lJbUikB.. Sl
mc1j rnM, torM iu. by DLVrmalll Si. Cau-lM.t.
ttts StnHulorimnM1 Sw. amwwJtstiWW-
.18, 72 dwly.
EM) CASTOR GM1
parvame. Also, Uiat til U strictly
Branch OBce In l? yr York during the single aoat&
12 Maxwell House.
LOUISVILLE AXD IXASflYILLI
SOUTH & SOUTH ALABAMA.
COaSIENCING OCT. 27, 1?72, TRAINS
will leare Nash vUle, from L. & X. B. B. Do
pot, North College ttrcct, as follows:
81 n M- c-pt Sunday, for Decatur.
W stopping all staUons.
5'ftft "y.forNew Origans, Mobfl
,w and Montgomery via Decatur. Sleeping
Cars attached run through from Nashville to
New Orleans and MoMte via Montgomery, with
out change. This trafl does not sup at Stations
between Nashville and Columbia, except Frr.uk.
lin. 8,4 A P-M. , Columbia Accommodation, daOr
llu except Suaday. Stops at all StaUons
between Nashville and Uolumbla.
I .Aft A. M dally, for Louisville, has Sleep
1,uv lug Car from Chattanooga, running
through to Louisville, attached.
5'SO A-M, dally, for Louisville, has i;ep
Car attached, running through from
New Orleans via Mobile and Monnraiurv lo
NashTlllo and Louisville without change.
2:15 EvUlel dUy xcept Bnaay for Lou-
8:15 a.m. train arrives at II & C. Junction
(one mile north of Dlcatur,)3:00 r. it. and makes
direct connection with M.JCO.R. R. train for
Huntsville and points East.
6:00 p. h . trn arrives at Decatur at IfcCS r.
x.,connectini!kh 10:10 r.x. train oaM. & Q
R. R. for HuntSTllIa and points East.
Trains going West on M. 4C.K.B. leare De
catur at 12:48 a. x. and 11:45 x. x.
1:00 a. x, 8:30 a st and 2:15 r strains for Louis
ville connect with.tr ins, with through Bleepinz
and Day Cars attached, for at Louis, Chicairo.
Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, and lntei
mediate points In the East, North and West.
All trains named above will arrive at and de-
Eart from L.&N. Depot, on North College street,
ut will stop at Junction of N. & C. andN. & D.
Railroads and at N. & C. Railroad Depot to take
on and let off prssengers.
Tickets will be sold and baggage checked
at N. & c.Depet, Church street, for alltralnsoa
L. & N. and Great Southern Railroad, except
No. 6, which leaves College Street Depot at 630
KT Passengers from Gallatin and points South,
arriving at Nashville at 8 a x, have until 3 JO r
it In which to attend to business before return
ing. Trains arrive at Nashville as follows: Prom
New Orleans, Mobile and Montgomery, via De
catur, 5:05 a x ; from Decatur, 1:30 r x; from Co
lumbia, 10:00 a ir, from Louisville and the East.
Nora and ard West, at 8 a x and 4M r x.
For through Ticket-, Baggage Check, and
further Information, apply at General Ticket
Office, under Maxwell House, and at L. N.
Depot, North College screet. Also at N. G.
Railroad Depot, Church street, and at N. & O.
and N. & D. Junction, South Nashville.
QC27 tf W. H. KING, G. P. & T. A.
St. Xrouis Siliort 3Cine.
st. ims md raiiMism
SO to 200 Miles the hortei, aaa sey.
erai toa tbe QaleHeat Itoate
to ht ImuVs and nil Poib&n
WBSJ aad HOXTH.
Time tost. Jronls only I3X Hostra.
TIME TABLE IN EFFECT SEPT. 23, 1872:
St Lou.8 Thrcush Express leaves at fcSO A.
x., and arrives at St Louis lOrtG r. x.
Hopklnsville and Memphis Express leave at
1:45 t. x.; arrives at Uookinsville 8:10 r. x.: ar
rives at Memphis 2:13 a", x.
Through Tickets on sale to all points Wert
andNoith. Basgage chwked and all Informa
tion given at Transfer Office, Maxwell House,
and at College Street Depot. '
Aik for Tickets via '-St. Louis ShortLine."
J. F. BOYD, General Superintendent.
W.B. DAVENPORT, General Ticket Agent,
St. Louis, Memphis, Sashrille
Central Short Idne.
mKAINS RUN TO AND FROM CHURCH
X Street Depot as follows:
lbavb. Cbattanooira IVaina. Aaarva.
& aji. JCrceptnndy. lao r.x.
530 rjt. Dly. 12:i5A:
"SXewphla aad st. IajuIm Trains.
JJAlrv- K m . v
O. 1 K n . .
t'Jr . ounuavs rxceptea. 4:45 r.n.
13X hours to Memphis Hours to St. Louis
Through to Memphis without change.
Shortest route to New Orleans. Tnroujrh
Sleeping Cars from McKeni to. Time 20jf hours.
u ffitcept Sumdav. m m
78 miles shorter to Memphis than via Decatur.
More than IOO miles shorter to St. Louis than
via Louisville, ant many hocra quicker.
- SLEEPING CARS accompany the fiO p.
train to Ottanyoga, and 2:15 r. v. train to
Memphis. A. H. Robln-xon, Ticket Agent, Max
well House, T. M. Cunaingham Church Street
DeP4, -..Ai'Sjl THOMAS, Gen'l Supr.
JarJftf DANIlET' Gena p- 411(1 T' Agent.
mmm md pacific baheoad.
ONAKD AFTER THURSDAY, SEPT.
12th, Trains will ma daUy (Sundays ezeent
sal a follows: J My
lieaves Lebanon at. ......,...70 X.X.
Arrives at Nashville at. 8:30 XJC
Leaves Nashville at. 4:co rx.
Arrives at Lebanon at. 6 10 r.ir.
Price's Stages leave Lebanon at 7 o'clock r.jr.
on Tnesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Arrive
at Lebanon t 5 o'cloci a. v. on Mondays, Wed
Jygtf Pres't and Snp't.
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graphic Orders filled with dispatch. Taylor's
Patent Corpse Preserver, besides othtr preserr
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