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NASHVILLE UNION ARD AMERICAN, THUESJJAY NOTEMBEE 20, 1873.
MffJUJbXY. XOVC-HBEK 20, 1873.
The smallpox is prevailing to an
alarming extent in Bio de Janeiro.
Ex-President Johnson thinks Cu
ba should be annexed to the United
, , ,
The Government has again suspend
ed specie payments. Richardson's five
dollar silver payments soon "played
The Western and Atlantic Railroad
is paying its employees in Georgia Cen
tral Railroad money, instead of green
backs. The Washington Republican claims
that '.'nearly every Southern and West
ern member of Congress" is in favor of
Kemper's ascertained majority for
Governor of Virginia, is 20,795, with
Buchanan and Warwick counties to be
h ard froai, which, it is thouarht. -will
t mm ,
The Indianapolis Journal, a Repub
lican organ, asks this question: "Sup
pose we had Greeley for President
now." Well, he could not possibly have
made matters worse than Grant has.
Grant is reported as saying to Chief
Justice Cartter, of the District of Co
lumbia, on the 18th inst., that he in
tended to inaugurate a sterner policy
wish regard to Cuba than has prevailed
in the past.
The Shrcvcport Times of the 11th
inst. announces that he Texas and Pa
cific Railroad Company has relieved
Tom Scott's Credit Mobilier Construc
tion Company from further labor in
building the road, and has assumed the
We learn from the Memphis Ava
lanche that the Memphis division of the
.army designed to capture Cuba will not
leave for several days. The brigadiers
and colonels, sutlors and commissaries
are ready, but the high privates arc
The Cincinnati Enquirer says with
inimitable naivete, that the editors of
the Chicago Times and Tribune "are
discussing their private business and
calling each other names, justas though
they had learned their professions in
The Cirtcinnati Enquirer says: "The
President, who has been taking a little
much-needed recreation, has returned
to Washington. He doesn't say much,
we are told, but he makes out to create
the impression that ho 'means business.'
We hope His Majesty will keep braced
up." The mischief of it is, he "braces"
The Washington correspondent of
the Cincinnati Commercial states that
sini-e the financial crash, which began
just two months ago, there has been an
unusual increase of litigation, and two
hundred and ninety-five suits on ac
count of dishonored notes and accounts
have been entered in the courts of the
District of Columbia.
Wm. M. Tweed has been found
guilty of the charges preferred against
him. There are two hundred and four
founts in the indictment, and now
comes Mr. Tremain, of counsel for the
prosecntion, and demands that he shall
be sentenced on each count. The
"Boss" has the prospect of a pretty
long imprisonment before him, if he
should only live long enough to serve
out the term or terms.
The lattest nominee for the next Gov
ernorship is Sam. P. Ivius, the favora
bly known editor of the .Athens Post.
We believe the nomination originated
with the Knoxville Chronicle. "Uncle"
Sam deserves a better sponsor. If
elected, the Jackson Whig and Tribune
promises to read his messages a thing
it hasn't done since the days of Felix
Grundy. As has been remarked, the
Tennessee Democracy might go further
and fare worse.
The New Yorh Tribune of the 17th
inst. publishes very full reports from
Rhode Island, touching the business
ail'airs of that State. The statement of
thefinancial condition of Hoyt, Sprague
A. Co. shows a balance of $2,321,252 in
assets over total liabilities. The state
of trade in the Southern portion of the
State is reported as being in a less
nourishing condition than that in
Northern Rhode Island. There are,
however, but few complete stoppages
among the mills, and the general im
pression is that the worst is over.
The Neio Yorl: Tribune has assumed
the role of "Old Probs." in the matter
of the Cuban question. It takes it for
"1. That our Government has de
manded full reparation for the outrage
committed against our national dig
nity. "2. That Spain cannot exert sufficient
authority in the Antilles to satisfy our
3. That in default of the action of
the Spanish Government the President,
under authority of Congress, will take
the necessary measures to vindicate our
own rights in the matter.
"4. That as a result of this, Cuba
will cease to be a Spanish possession,
and will, in all probability, become a
part of the United States."
We shall see.
The Jackson Herald discourses of the
Cuban question in a clarion key, which
proves that the "Volunteer State" has
lost none of its olden fire:
-Will the land f Patrick Henry,
Washington, and Lee. and the tens of
thousands of their kindred spirits, who
sleep in heroas' graves, stand silent and
inactive now, when the blood of Ameri
can citizens, "spilt in the holy cause of
liberty," cries trom the ground for ven
geance upon the cruel enemies of the
human race, who rule and reign in
Cuba ? We trust not. This is no time
for empty apologies. Spain cannot
give what she hath token away. The
heroes of the Virginius who imperiled
their lives and fortunes in the cause of
Cuban independence, "sleep the sleep
that knows no waking." But great will
be the "recompense of their reward,"
if, in their death an independent State
is made alive, and the blessings of lib
erty secured to hundreds and thousands
.f the oppressed and down -trodden
pt-ople of the most beautiful island of
WJIATS WASTKD? '
The New Yorl: Tribune is responsible
for the assertion that 'Senator Morton
and Governor Washburn of Wisconsin,
agree that the late disastrous defeat of
their party was due to 'want of inter
est.' " All a iniE,take. It was the want
of principle developed by party mana
gers that kept the people from the
polls. It was clearly a question of
principle, not interest Memphis Ava
lanche. Just so. The people demand a re
turn to first principles to the princi
ples of political integrity and common
honesty good old-fashioned principles
which have been rendered almost obso
lete by the "progress" of Radical cor
ruption. As our Memphis confrere re
marks, "it was clearly a question of
principle' ' that induced the people in the
recent elections to reverse the verdict
of 1872. It is no childish fancy for a
new name, but a question of principle.
It is things, not names, which the peo
ple want changed. When they ask for
bread, let us not give them a stone.
The Democracy has preserved througb
all these years of usurpation and
corruption, the old principles
of constitutional government, which
lie at the basis of the American sys
tem. In the darkest hours of section
al prejudice it has not failed to preach
them. Each successive violation of
them by the strong arm of power, has
been exposed and denounced by it.
Like the Swiss mountaineers, defending
their homes from the Austrian invader,
it has continually harrassod the ad
vancing destroyer of honest, pure and
cheap government. It is due to the
continual presentation of fundamental
principles by the Democracy iba, we
hare-still left enough of the conatitu
tion on Tvhicb to base bright hopes for
the future. Its restraints on Radical
ism are well illustrated by the parii4
redemption of the South. In allproba
bility, the several States would still be
held as conquered provinces, according
to the original Radical programme, but
for the eoid opposition of the Democ
racy. It was only when thus forced
from that position, that the Radicals
resorted to negro suffrage aa a
means of retaining political power
in those States. Again, without the
unanimous opposition of the Democra
cy, the Radicals would have inaugu
rated Mexican chaos in this country by
the impeachment of a President. The
defection of a single Democratic Sena
tor would have secured them success in
this game of hazard to the life of the
nation. When a fifth-rate politician
like Ben. Wade could, unrebuked, vote
on his own case, for .the impeachment
of his superior officer and his own ele
vation to the Chief Magistracy, the na
tion was certainly on "the dangerous
verge of things." Had this Radical
conspiracy succeeded had the icq teen
once broken all history "warns us that
other like conspiracies would follow;
other Wades would be found, and,
more or less rapidly, we would, with
all our boasted intelligence and
civilization, lapse into the
condition of miserable Mexico, through
political intrigue and lust for pelf and
power. Again, without the steady op
position of this old party, Grant's pet
San Domingo scheme would long sinca
have triumphed, in the annexation of
hybrid races who could be assimilated
into our system. In a thousand minor
matters, with important local bearings,
the march of corruption toward central
ization has been checked. The country
owes to the Democracy the fact that it
still has a future as a free country.
That party has preserved all the sound
principles of political polity, of which
the now awakened people are in search.
It is in fact the reservoir of principles
from which Conservatism, Liberalism,
Anti-Monopolism, and all these mis
called new parties, draw their
very life -blood. They contain
absolutely nothing but may
be found with the old historic party.
They proclaim no principle which it has
not been proclaiming all these years.
They are not new parties not parties
at all they are the first efforts of a
people awakening from along lethargic
sleep and who do not yet fully under
stand their surroundings. Verge ac
ccepisti: let the Democracy proceed in
the good work. Soon the people must
appreciate the situation, and seeing the
beacon light which has been held aloft
through all the storm, will follow i fo
victory. Last year Carl Schurz went
out from Radicalism, 'but said he
could never be a Democrat. Perhaps
he did not understand Democracy,
having seen it only through Republican
spectacles. We have no reason to doubt
his honesty; if honest, he will sonic
day be older and wiser; and we
think him frank enough to confess an
honest error. There are a thousand
ties that deter Carl Schurz from be
coming an avowed and active Democrat.
The people at large are hampered by no
such tics, and will act on their convic
tions, Brethren, weary not of well do
ing: the future is bright and brighten
THE UNITED STATES BEtfATK.
The United States Senatoi-s whose tonus
expire March 3, 1875, are as follows;
Borcman, West Va.,
Fenton, N. Y.,
Sprague, 11. 1.,
Stockton, 2. J.
Tim names of Administration Republi
can Senators arc printed in Roman, Liberal
Republicans in small capitals, and Demo
crats in italics.
Elections held this fall settle the pol
itics of the Senatorial succession for
Ohio, Maryland and Virginia in favor
of the Democrats, and California,
Wisconsin and Kansas (in which a va
cancy caused by the resignation of Sen
ator Caldwell is to be filled) in favor of
those opposed to the Grant Adminis
tration, while the Grant Republicans
have carried only Mississippi. The
election in Texas next month will un
questionably result in the choice of a
Legislature which will elect a Demo
crat to the United States Senate, Elec-
tions to be held next year will deter-
mine the political character of the
United States Senators to be chosen in
the remaining States mentioned above.
MIXEKAXS IN WATEK AM) PEATM
Prof. Chandler delivered an address
on-the chemistry of water used for cul
inary and drinking purposes, before
the American Health Association, in
New" York, in whici he cites tables of
death rates compiletl "by Dr.'Leth'efby,
of. England, to prove that the more
lime and magnesia salts Bpring orjriver
water contains, the longer the people
live who consume it. He says :
" In townajf England and Scotland
where the iMfeess of water is 16 grains
to the gaUonjMie death rate ia 21 9-10;
where thearaness is 8 grains the death
rate is 24 9-10, and where it is 3 8-10,
the death rate is 26 in the 1,000. Itre
quires a very large quantity of mineral
imnuritics in water to make them ob-
iefitionabLi. Water micht contain
thirty-five grains of mineral matter to
the gallon and not be objectionable,
and that is veryrarely reached by any
city supply. With regard to the or
ganic impurities in water, living plants
are rarely qujectionauie; on ine cou
trary they are often advantageous. Cer
tain nlante rmrif v the water, for they lib
erate oxygen ozonized oxygen which
is of the best kind. It very rarely oc
curs that the living animals in water
are obiecfcionable. It is impossible to
tet a sample of river or lake water that
oes not contain living animals; but
these are almost in every case Harmless,
It has happened that parasitic worms
have been introduced into the body by
drinking water, and it ig said that one
sixth of the deaths hi Iceland occur
from this cause."
flniiRidermp1 'the crreat variety of
O O -
mineral compounds soluble in water,
and often found in solution, and the
equally large number of plants and ani
mals that live in the same water, it is
not only natural, but necessary, that
these things should not absolutely
poi&on this fluid in its relations to hu
man life, or life in any of its higher
forms. But is life in warm-blooded
animals, including man, dependent on
water in springs, ponds and
rivers for any salts of iimts and magnesia
found in their bones or flesh? Man's dai
ly food supplies these earthly minerals,
We have iio doubt that Dr. Lethcrby is
mistaken in the opinion that iho jp-
L crease of lime in drinking water makes
it hotter or promotes longevity. Life
is lengthened by other sanitary agents
and influence in spite of the adycrse
action of impure water. Families that
have ceased to use water that is highly
charged with salts of lime, soda and
magnesia, taken from the ground, and
used filtered rain wtiter instead, have
found great benefit from the change.
Qur rotten limestone rocks, soils and
waters do not exist in England, neither
does our climate, flora and fvana
England has no milk sickness, nor yel
low fever, and cannot raise either corn,
cotton or sweet-potatoes. Prof. Chand
ler is in error in his too large indue
tion. Water for human consumption
is best with all organisms, whether
plant or animal, and all minerals left
Gen. Garfield, of Ohio, expressed
the opinion in an interview with a cor
respondent of the New York Tribune
the other day in Washington, that the
bankrupt law, or at eat the involun
tary features of it, would be repealed
early in the coming session of Con
gress. ne represents tne demand lor
i'epeal in business circles as almost
unanimous, since the operation
of the involuntary clause, which
enables a creditor to tnrow a
debtor into bankruptcy who does not
meet his obligations promptly, without
regard to his real solvency, is often un
just and injurious in ordinary tunes,
but in a monetary crisis it is particu
larly so. The General expects to see a
flood of financial measures introduced
at the beginning of the session, most of
which will be visionary and valueless. He
has found froni long experience, that
the confidence with which Congressmen
support such schemes is in pretty exact
inverse ratio to their knowledge of the
subiects involved. The sea of talk
upon which both houses will launch,
will, he believes, effectually drown most
of these bills and perhaps save the
country from the evils of ignorant and
precipitate legislation. The great dan
ger, he thinks, iB that a bill for the in
flation of the currency by the issue of
more greenbacks, will berushed through
at the outset, without much considera
tion. He has no doubt that a strong
pressure will be brought to bear for
such a measure, and that a large num
ber f tl10 new members will favor it.
Gen. Garfield's fears are shared by a
large number of thinking, prudent men,
COIXXCTIXG THE REVENUE.
The following statement, compiled
by the New York World, shows veiy
conclusively that offices are continued
if not created for the purpose of re
warding partizans. The following are
the official returns for 1873 :
Bccciptsof Coat of
Ports in Maine. Itezenue. Collection.
Machias $ 8,048 5G $ G.SGS 72
Aroostook 13,117 00 11,720 00
Frenchman's Bay. . 30 45 0,783 00
Castine 370 54 8,502 25
Waldoboro 7,350 SI 10,114 17
Wiscassct 053 01 4,070 47
Bath 11,035 2S 10,201 28
Saco : 5S 10 1.31SO0
Kennebunk 0 25 1,279 00
York nil. 30S 30
Belfast,,,.' 7.30S 55 7,930 21
Bangor. ...',.',... 15,630 00 J3,190 00
Totals $00,493 15 ?S2,477 40
This exhibit shows that in the State
of Maine, which rejoices in harbors
that are only ports of refuge for polit
ical hulks, we collect $60,493.15. and
expend S2,477.49. Can there be a
more forcible ijlustation of the political
corruption of the times than this state
The Havana Diario of Nov. 8, pub
lishes the names of one hundred and
three filibusters captured upon the
steamer Virginius. The names that
indicate a likelihood of American citi
zenship are Jose A. Smith, Gen. Ryan,
Wm. Ouriis, Samuel Hall, S. Gray,
Sidney Robertson, Geo. Winters, Vfm.
Marshall and George Burke; also Jose
Ignaoio Lmar and Francisco Costillo,
in which the given names are merely
made Spanish, as well as Philip Abces
ler, which sounds Flemish. The Diario
gives the number of the crew at sixty
three. Vesterday's dispatches stated
that all the crew except eighteen had
been shot. This makes a slaughter ot
foity-fiye sailors, the great majority of
whom probably cared litpie tor tne,
cause, and were merely laboring at their
"trade" for the support of themselves
A STRONGER HANK SYSTEM.
Before the war between France and
Germany, on April 7, 1870, the Bank
of France had coin and bullion to the
amount of-251,000,000. Its circulating
notes were 280,000,000, and its depos
its $160,005,000. It will be seen that
its specie was nearly equal to its circu
lation, and its rate ox interest ou c-Jj-counts
was two and a half per cent. It
was regarded as the greatest and strong
est bank in the world. So late as Oct.
23, 1873, it had 145,000,000 specie in
its vaults, with a circulation, increased
by the war to 598,000,000 and 70,
000,000 deposits. It has not suspended
specie payments . in many years. The
trouble with our currency system is
that it is too full of gas without sub
stance. It goes up like a rocket and
comes down like a stick. Thousands
of poor families are now thrown out of
work and wages at the commencement
of winter when employment and in
come are most needed, Our banking
system is notoriously rotten at the core.
Give it more gold and silver" as a basis,
whether the Government issues its pa
per or corporations. Clip the wings of
our soaring credit and let ns trade on
the wealth of a continent in hand
not in expectancy.
Gov. Hendricks, of Indiana, sent
the following dispatch to the Cuban
meeting in New York, Monday night,
Nov. 17: " -
"Spain cannot be permitted to main1
tain her authority in Cuba by means
which civilized nations regard as atro
cious, and in the pauso of humanity
and good government the United States
sljoujd now extend her sympathy' and
power over that island, J tink'thig is
the sentiment of the people of Indiana."
The Knoxville Chronicle, the Repub
lican organ jn JJast ' Tennessee, snubs
some of its allies after this Cfuel
"'fhjtre ate a few so called 'indenen
dent" journals 'in' Tennessee that 3fe
just now very persistently advertising
ineir ireeaom irom convictions ana
parties. Wonder who is foolish enough
to encourage them to suppose that any
Doay wants to Duy tneinr
THE GOOD WORK GOES ON.
The signB of the times indicate that
the grave of the Republican party is
dug, audits body is now being prepared
for interment with a haste that strikes
terror to the hearts of her leaders.
California, Ohio, Wisconsin, New York
and Illinois eave Grant heavy majori
ties in 1868 and 1872, but on the 4th of
this month this party was routed, and
these States went for" the anti-Republican
and Democratic ticket. Virginia
redeems herself, and gives a majority
against the Republican party, zee this
State was earned by Grant last year.
Kansas, Massachusetts, Iowa and New
Jersey, though yet Republican, lose
four-hfths of then usual majorities
Mississippi alone hangs on to the party,
and continues farm m tne iaitn. Tren
ton (Tenn.) News.
A SLIGHT FAMILY JAR.
Tlie Brothcr.in-Xdt'iv of Kcimfor Patter
son Arrested for Forging the Naine
of Honest John.
Columbia, S. C, Nov. 10. Dr.
Thomas J. Moore, a brother-in-law of Sen
ator John J. Patterson, was arrested here
last njgljt on a charge of forgery. Fille
browno, the chief cjerfj of Comptroller
IToge, discounted in September last', a note
of Moore's endorsed by Patterson, amount
ing to S2,oOU. Patterson declares ins sig
nature a forgerj-, and i ulebrowne lias had
Moore arrested, and lie is now in jail.
There has been bad bjoo( between Moore
and .Fatterson for several montlisj and
Moore has been tlireatcninir to disclose
some damacinc: facts about Honest John in
relation to briber- in the Senatorial elec
tion and other matters. Patterson is un
derstood to be the instigator of the arrest,
whether with a view to avenge the majesty
of the law, even though his own brother-in-
law be the victim, or for the purpose of
frightening Moore from his threatening dlsr
closures, tne tuturcjnust determine.
TnE Albany and Brunswick (Qa.) Hail
road has been sold to German holders of its
bonds, for $330,000.
THE MEMBERS OF EDGEFIELD LODGE
No. 251, F. & A. M., are notified to attend a
itfeeting, forx-ork, this cyeijlns, a$ 1 o!cWiki
All Master Masons in cood 'ttandiii2 are'in-
viteu to auciui.
By order of the W.M.
It GEO. W. JEXKIX5, Sec'y.
ALL PERSONS ARE HEREBY FORBID
den to pass over or use as a nathwav the
Trestles between the Collece Street Depot of
uic li. iv it. u. and me jjepoc oi tne jn., u. x
St. L. R. R. and N. & N. AV. R. R., and are
warned that if they perf&st in doing so it will be
at Ujejr own risk. J. "W. THOMAS,
ueiri auji't u. iv si. u. it. u.
V. P. and Gen'l Sup't L. & N & G. S. R. R.
Look to ITour Interests.
THE PRICE QE
REPPPEJ) 3 CENTS PER BUSHEL,
the load delivered being S3.E0 instead of S4, for
Round or Grate Coal, as heretofore.
THIS OREAT REDUCTION
Has been made in view of the stringency of the
times, and to show the people that the St. Ber
nard Co. will not only furnish their Coal, but
put it at living rates to consumers.
noraiiw sriiAxiuj, ltuuu x: iu.
THE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY OFFER
a reward of Two Hundred and Fifty Dollars
lor the arrest and conviction of the parties who
fired the premises, No. 3G Broad street, occupied
by S. Steinau, on the night of tho ICth inst.
WM. A. HJilill,
Sec'v Equitable Fire Insurance Co.
President State Insurance Co.
CLAIBORNE & I'ENNEBAKER, Ag'ts.
ROSS, GLE & TlfOMAS,' Agents,
PECK & CAHILL, Agents.
W. C. NELSON, Agent,
R. C. McNAIRY,
President Commercial Ins. Co.
J. N. ROBSON,
Nos. CS East Bay and 1 & 2 Atlantic Wharf,
CHARLESTON, S, V.
Havincr am'nle means for advances, a business
experience of twenty years, and confining him
self strictly to a Commission Business, without
operating on bis own account, respectfully so
licits consignments of Cotton, Flour, Corn.
Wheat, etc. novl8 tf
HAVING QUALIFIED AS EXECUTOR
of the last will and testament of Sinai G.
.Moore, i nereoy notuy au wno nave claims
against said estate to present them, within tlie
time prescribed by and zll jersons indebt
ed to" said estate are requested to make pay
ments. T. P.' WEAKLEY, Executor; -
novl5 lw No. 30 N. Collego street.
TEST QUALITY OP
delivered to ol parts or the clfv at $5 per cord.
Orders left at Atafhroseis Sar4p"lo" Room, ' Dead
eriqk street', or at tho AV'ood Yard of Jo. Am
brose, corner of Pront and JerTerson streets,
will bo promptly filled. novO lm
JOHN L. SMITH,
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE TO THIRD
National Rank Building, Southeast corner
of College and Union streets. Entrance on Col
lege street. janlS eodly
MARY MoWILLIAMS,) Twmo
EDWIN BROWN, J Lessees.
Xast night but two of the brilliant young actress,
And her superb Comedy Company.
Thursday Evening, Nov. 20,
Will he presented, the hlgbly sensational drama
Jacquellna, J with numerous (
Cupid Songs and Katie Pctxam.
Elise ) Dances, (
Admission, $1. Reserved scats can be secured
at McClure's Templo of Music without extra
JOHN T.PORD .V.Masaoeb.
FOR THREE NIOIITjS ONXT,
The Queen of English Tragedy,
Supported by the brilliant Tragedian,
And an excellent Dramatic Company.
THURSDAY EVENING. Nov. 20, Schiller's
Historical play, MARY STUART: Friday
evening, DEBORAIf; Saturday evening, MAC
BETH., Admission, S1.00; Reserved Seats, SIM. Re
served seats for sale at McClure's Temple of
R. C. McNAIRY, Pres't E. D. HICKS, Sec'y.
Nashville Commercial Ins. Co.
Offlce, No. 39 3T. CbllegeiSt.
Nasiiville, Texn-., Nov. 17, 1873.
AT A MEETING OF THE BOARD OF
Directors of tills Company, held this day,
A Dividend or 5 per cent.
was declared," payable on the 20th November,
Itjit." ' E. D. KICKS,, Secretary,
' )ioyl83t - ,r ' '
NTIL FURTHER NOTICE, THE DIXIE
Oil Company will pay $1.40 each for all good
Coal Oil Barrels, delivered at the Workson Mc
oc3 (f ROBERT THOMPSON, Pres't.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
For Sale in E4gfild,
jt. NEAT BRICK COTTAGE ON WOOD
land street, near the Presbyterian Church, at
$3,000; one-third cash, balance in one and two
years. A great bargain.
ARRINGTON, FARRAR & WEAKLEY.
J BEAUTIFUL COTTAGE IN EDGE
held, with all the modern conveniences, for a
email i arm near tne ciiv.
ARRINGTON, FARRAR Ss WEAKLEY.
oc7 eodtf Agents
For Sale or Exchange,
A PLEASANT COUNTRY RESIDENCE
and ten acres of land, two miles from the
city, for sale; or will exchange for a nice cottage
In Edgefield, and the balance to he paid part
casn anu on ume.
ARRINGTON. FARRAR & WEAKLEY.
QclO eodtf ' Agento, Nd.v3(iN. College st.
KJEVERAL NICE RESIDENCES IN SOUTH
Edgefield at from 63,000 togC,000, on easy terms,
.ARRINGTON, FARRAR & WEAKLEY,
sep28 cod tf gents.
AND FAMOUS FOB BEING
CHEAPEST 50 BUY! I
Famous for doing mnro and
VvTV Oaicltep r.ncl Oi(nnr
llun any StoTooftto cott.
mW Satisfaction Everywhere,
ggip Especially Adapted
ra?s of mu wmm,
Excelsior ;3Iaimfacturing Co.,
ST. LOUIS, MO.,
PHILLIPS, lilTTOHFF & CO.,
A Stitch in Time Saves. Mne.
DO NOT NEGLECT A COUGH BECAUSE
it troubles you but little now. Now is the
verv time it is easiest removed, and none would
suffer if they knew how easily they can he cured
by tho timely uso of Ducosoe's Pectoral
Balsamic ' Svnur. Sufferers from all ailments
of the Breast, Lungs and Throat, will find that
oy using tne sectoral uaisamic isyruji mey uru
usine the best exnectorant. which removes all
phlegm, soothes all irritation, and radically
cures. or saio by u. n. truw. uruggist, jwj
North, College street, Nashville, Tenn.
A VICTIM OF EARLY INDISCRETION,
causing nervous debility, premature decay,
etc., having tried in vain every advertised rem
edy, has. discovered a simple meari of self-euro
which he will send free to his fellow-sufferers.
Address J. II. REEVES, T8 Nassau street, New
York. c4 eod3m
a Ifllll B 11 too HUB
617 St. Chirlei street, gt. Losli, Io., ti bcn RSogerea
gaged la tbe treatment of all venereal apd lejnalfllscaiei
than ant apcclaust In St. Loufi, as the clty'papen' she,
also a permatorrbfea. sexual debility and lopotenej, as tba
result of selfrabuse la youlb, or sexaa! excesses ; sjmptomi
being, nervousness, seminal emissions, debiiltr, dimness pf
eight, detective memory, pimples on the face, phjicaldectj
aversion to society of females, ronfurfcm of ideas, loss sf
sexual power, art permanently etred. Pamphlet 26 pages
tree, iiivery ieeroi inquiry wiut one lump answereq.
TXTILL SEND (FREE) RECEIPT FOR JIY
VV VEGETARIjE BALM, removing Pimples.
Black. Won"3; Blotches, Freckles, Moth and
Tan, leaving tne skin clear and with a healthy
trlnw. Also sure process for the crowth of Hair
on bald heads or smooth faces. II. PRATT,
Chemist, 42 Pino street, N. Y., P. O. box 5,128.
(Send stamp.) ocl02m
RE GROOMES & Cp.,
AGENTS FOR J. M. PULLIAM.
43 and 44 NORTH CIIERItY STREET,
DEALERS IN BURIAL CASES AND CAS
kets, and Agents fo,r Crane, Breed & Co.'s
and other Improve"! Cases and Caskets. Attend,
promptly to all funerals in city or sutrounding
contitry with fine'Hearses for both Adults and
Children." Telegraphic orders filled with dis
patch, Taylor's Patent Corpse Preserver, be
sides other Preservers, that aro warranted to
preserve a corose from 15 to 20 days without de
cay, day and night.
h MM io all ihm
ITirst National Sank,
OF NASHTIIXE, TENN.,
55 North College Street.
Designated Depository of
United States for Middle
M .JSRNS , C. R. PARSONS,
E. R. CAMPBELL, A. G. EWING,
A. L. DEMOSS, WM. SIMMONS.
M. B. P1LCHER.
:uritles. Collections made and
remitted for on day of payment at
uiuicut, iitie ui excuange. Kev
nue Stamps for sale.
M. BURNS. W. C. BUTTERFIELD,
janll tf sp Assistant Cashier.
QPMihI of 3eeeinler.
Those who propose Investing, (and who does
nuiTj in ucKeis xor tne
FOURTH GRAND GIFT CONCERT
FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE
Public Library of Kentucky,
iWhich cojues off in LoulsyiUg
On the 3d of Decpmuer next,
HAyE NO TIME TO LOSE.
Qjl 6Q,0OP TIGKETpJ
Have been Issued, and
12,000 CASH GIFTS,
Will be distributed as follows:
ONE GRAND CASH GIFT $230,000
8gi m& m 8S5:::: JK
ONE GRAND CASH GIFT...:!..... 25,000
ONE GRAND CASH GIFT 17,500
10 Cash Gifts, S10.000 each 100,000
30 Cash Gifts, 5,000 each 150,000
50 Cash Gifts, 1,000 each 50,000
80 Cash Gifts, 600 each 40,000
iuu uasn tints, 4uu eacn 40,000
150 Cash Gifts, 300 each 45,000
230 Cash Gifts, 200 each 50,000
325 Cash Gifts, 100 each 32,000
11,000 Pash Gifts, 50 each 65q,000
"Whole Tickets, $50. Coupons,
EI.ETEX TICKETS FOIi $300.
For tickets or information, address
THOS. E. BRAMLETTE,
Agent Public Library Kcutncky,
nqvll tues,thurs,sat till ded
TX7"E ASK YOUR ATTENTION TO OUR
large and complete stock of
Field and Garden Seeds, Agricultural
Impleinents and Machinery, ,
Send for Catalogue,
C. IE STOCKELL & CO..
88 Rroad street, and 2 and 4 Collece street.
feb2 73 eodly NASHVILLE, TENN.
Clerk and Master Of ClinnceiT Court,
JUUI11UVU VVUllt J ,
Nasiiville, Tenn., Nov. 10, 183.
GEORGE S. LOWE vs. ALEX. LOWE et als.
FOR RENT FOR 1874,
Storc-Jiouse and Premises on the 'East
Side of Market Street, Nasiiville,
now occupied by Noel & Plater.
"VTpTICE IS HERERY GIVEN THAT BIDS
Li will be received by the undersigned at
the above office for the rentinc of the above
nronertv for the vear 1S34. The' renter will he
rtiquirejl o' eiecute notes', v ith good security
lur me (cm.
Any information desired will bo given on ap-
NATHANIEL BAXTER, Jr.,
novl2 2taw tf Clerk and Master.
OFFICE CLERK AND MASTER
NASHYLLE, QCT, 17, 1873.
Ann C. IiOndon and othets vs. Eliza
beth Essclmas and otners.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT FOR
.1 me space oi au aays irom mis uaie, dios win
berec.nvea by tne undersigned, at tne above of
fice, for the lot of 40 feet at the intersection ot
Line and BUh streets, in Nashville, being the
souinern nan or ixi jxo. i in jxance'S survey oi
McNairy's real estate, and heretofore conveyed
bv Dinah Carter to Jno. M. Esselman. deo'd.
kucu oius to commence w ui uie sum oi 9i,uuu.
If any bids are made for said lot over 1,000, tbe
party to omuing win oe required to pay one
lour th cash and execute two notes for the bal-
1G73. (tba dav of the ortsinal sale.) with interest
from date, and with good security. If no bid is
made over 51, COO, being tho Bid of Campbell
brown, such last bid will be accepted, and he
ueciarea tne purcnaser.
AATtlAailSli UAATEU. JR..
ocl9 2tawtill nov22 Clerk and Master
OFFICE CLERK AND MASTER,
NASHVILLE, OCT. U. 1873.
John S. Ward, Adm'r, etc, vs. It; A.
and T. I. Collier and other.
"VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT FOR
Jl the space of 30 dajs from this 'date, bids
will be received by the undersigned, at tbe above
office, for tracts Nos.1 and 2 of tho Yell .w Creek
lands in Dickson county, Tenn., containing, re
spectively, 1RJ x 3Dtl lblX acres, ana airo tor tbe
un.iviuea nan interest oi tne estate ot u. u.
Robertson, dee'd. (beinc G03 acresl in tho tract of
I, jut; acres in saiaounry,s.ucu pias to commence
as loiiows: ifnc tne two nrst named tracts at
S332,"ant for t' e othf r trctatS3,16S76. if any
bids aro mode for said tracs over tho above
amounts, the parties so bidding will be required
to execute notes, dated as of January 15. 1873. tsr
me nrei tracu, ami us ui Di&rcnz laia, ler
tlirt nthnr franf. IvMnt thn rfafpQ nf tliA Arlntnl
sales, with cood security, in pursnncco oi tba
original decree of sale, if no bids' arc made
over mo above amount, being me bid of ,1. C.
lionegw pn tne nrst two tots, ana tbe bid oi E.
P. Allis & Co. for the last tract, each bids will
bo acceptea, ana tnoy aeciarea tnepurohasers.
JNAXita-4Kli BAA.Ti5. Jr.,
oc!9 2tawtill P.QT23 Clerk and Master
Clerk and Master of Chancery Comt,
Nasiiville, Tbnx., October 3,18. J.
II. & B. Douglass va. Isaac IdttOB,
Adm'r, etc., and others.
f OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT FOR
Xi tho space of thirty days from this date, bids
will be receive d by the undersigned, at the above
office, for the tract of land on the HUIsboro pike,
Davidson county, Tenn., commencingat a point
in the centre of said pike; thence with the cen
tre of said pike 1,245 fectto a point; thence at
right angles 275 9-10 fejt In a line with the prop.
IhJo of the p"ioperty of tbe heirs of O. B. Ha js to
erty ui . t- -ii. uutuwi uieuce Along toe
a point on tne line or a proposed street, so rest
wide, ana tnence nortn 88 aeg. west 381 feet 9
inches to the beginning; such bids to commence
wide, and thence north 88 deg. west 387 feet 9
inches to the beginning; such bids to commence
with tlie sum of S2;750. If any bid is made for
said tract over $2,750, the party so bidding will
be required to pay 10 per cent In cash, and exe
6. 12. 18 and 24 n anths. with interest from Dec.
cute 4 notes tor tne resiaue, auo respectively in
4, 1S72, tho day of the original sale, and with
If no hid is made ever 83,7f 0, being the bid of
Mr. O. A. R. Thompson, tho sale will be confirm
ed to him at 8ucn Did.
NATHANIEL BAXTER, Jr.,
oc25 2taw tillno v25 Clerk and Master
HAVING SUGGESTED THE INSOLVEN
cy of the estate of John L. Spurlock, dee'd,
to the County Court of Davidson county, the
creditors of wild ebtate are hereby notified to
file their claims with tho Clerk of said Court on
or before Starch 15, 1S74, or tho same will be
barred. LOU. E. SPURLOCK, "
Adm'x of John L. Spurqck, decM.
nov9doaw2w&w2t '' " '
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS.
FUBMAET & OO.
Announce to their friends that they have taken
auvantsge of the times and purchased a
second Fall Stock, and are prepared
to supply the wants of theTrado
with a full line of
STAPJLE AND FANCY
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,
TOTS, ETC., ETC.,
AT THE VERY LOWEST PRICES.
The attention of Cash Buyer Is resneetfnllv
FORMAL & CO.,
No. 1 Hicks' Block, Naskvllie, Tens
UCI. 10, JST3, ocl52m
Star Clothing Store.
WE HAVE RECEIVED OUR
Clothing, Furnishing Goods
.ND WOULD MOST RESPECTFULLY
invite all or our old customers and. the public
generally to call and. sec ua before buying, a3
we have the aet stoA In the city, and are
determined faBeH cheaper than any house In
Corner Sqaare aad Market Street.
JAS. W. EVANS, )
TOM C. CRUNK. S Salesmen.
JNO. FINCH, )
THOS. CHADWEIX. A. W. JOHNSON. JH.
CHABTVELLj tTQHW CO.,
lipftl Estate greutSa
WIWj ATTEND TO
BUYING, SELLING AXD KENTING OF
ALSO TO THE NEGOTIATING OF LOANS.
And will make Cash Advances on Property or
xiciiis wutre ponies uesire ic
OfHcc, iio. 42 Celar Street, nearly op
M. J. MORAN. 42 Cedar St. Nashville. Tenn.
J. H. PERRY, 1,418 F st, "Washington, D. C.
MOKAS & PERRY,
SOLICITOUS OF CLfIS,
Nashville, Tenvj., aiijl ashngton, D. C,
Prompt and particular attention ziven to Col
lection of Claims for all Departments Of tho
uovemmcni. oca am
J. BROWS & CO.,
Willie Lime. Ce
Jt lre ciav. Vlas-
wiuie anu, tic,
No. 40NORTII SOUIEU gTEET.
F. J. JONES & CO.,
www v xvww
PRACTICAL SLATE ROOFERS.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers n all kinds of
V ,r 1 J
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Inn . .
jyz cm jtoois,
THE PRESENT PANIC!
Has reached the lanufacturera of Paper end
rjk, and other stock used in
And we are consequently enabled to vrork
AT REDUCED PRICES
We have iwjw on hand a line line of papers
ALL BRANCHES OF BUSINESS
But we would especially call attention to our
stock of Mercantile Papers, and our
supply of types for printing
Certificates of Stock,
Notes, Drafts, Checks,
We Make a Specialty In Printing
VISITING CARDS, j
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