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HxUf y 8, Setf tvcekly sjl, Weekly 2
SATURDAY, MAKCIl 12, I8TO4
t . Corros
ton opescd firm in.ftew Yprkiyfcs?
terday; but'clbsed lieavy sma ttroopirfg.'
The imprcssion.preraih in New York
that gold Trill go back to the point jut
r.1. tf 1 11 - r . !
Tennessee Bosds -were qotcd in Nw
YorkyesterdayAt- 6L(for.lhcold and 51
for the new.
. .GoiiJ op enedarr.NewYofk"ycstcrday at
118 and closed at 114. This is an ad
vance of over three" cents in two days, j
3 'Tnis steamer Smldt, one of the, missing
steamers, arrived at 2?ew York yesterday.
Nothing .lias been heard of the otu?r
JorrsH. Houston, a brother of the
late Gen. Sam Houston, of Texas, died
iA "Vyashington recently, at Sho , advanced
ago of .eighty .years. ' ! ' j
A. Radical, paper, to be called the
West Tennessee Republican, is to be
established afiHunlingdon. The first
number is tobo issued on lhed8th inst. ;
Reports from Washington say that
Mr. rrosser,')thisIistrict,ucontcmplatcs
appointing a negro cadet to West Point
Ho has a right io djs 40 if it is according
W his liklngi
TnE iron to lay down the entire track
of the South and North Railroad, from
Montgomery to Limekiln, a point on the
Selina and Dal ton Railroad, has been
received.
. The Radicals in New Hampshire have
elected thclr candidate for Governor by a
majority of 1,200. Mr. Grant's majority
in New Ilampshire was 7,017. Differ
ence in tirncj fifteen montlis.
The Athens Post claims four hundred
majority in McMinn county for the ratifi
cation of .the new constitution, and adds:
"According to authentic information
from Rhea and Meigs, both those counties
will vote almost unanimously for the rati
fication of the new constitution."
TnE Athens Post docs not entertain a
very exalted opinion of the veracity of
JohnW. Forney, who publishes "two
papers, botli daily." The Post says:
"A fellow in Washington last week
" gulped one of John Forney's articles on
the 'situation in Tennessee.' In fifteen
minutes afterwards he commenced drip
ping lye equal to a two-story ash-hoppcr."
The Washington correspondent of the
Cincinnati Enquirer writes, March 10,
that the Military Committee are not doing
much in the cadctship investigation now,
a-days. The list of witnesses has been
nearly exhausted, and no new develop
ments are made by those who are ex
amined. No report on the Tennessee
Butler's case, nor in fact in any other
will be made before next week.
The Athens Post puts this point very
well:. "Such of our Radical friends as
religiously believe that the approaching
election will be illegal, and that Congress
will interfere at an early day and upsc
the whole business, -will not, of course,
go to the polls on the 2Cth to participate
in the. contest. We do not see how they
can cwitbout'giving a flat contradiction to
their professions. ''
The Athens Post pays a merited com
pliment to the Senator from the McMinn
district when it says: "Col. Clcmcntson
has shown himself to be one of the ablest
and most efficient members of the present
Legislature, and ha3 fully realized the
high expectations of the people of .the
senatorial district which ho was elected
to represent."
The Indianapolis Sentinel declares
tbat'for ten years the Radicals have car
ried the elections in Indiana by systema
, tized frauds, and announces a confident
belief that Mr. Hendricks and the Demo
cratic State ticket received a majority of
the legal votes of Indiana at the October
election in 1SG8, but the fairly expressed
will of the people, through the agency of
the ballot-lwx in that election, was over
come by chicanery and fraud.
The Athens Post of the 1 lib inst. says
of McMinn county : "There wasa good
crowd here on Monday, from different
portions of the county. So far us we
heard an expression, there is less oppo
sition to ths new Constitution than many
had anticipated. While the Radicals
generally will vole against it, we feel con
fident in predicting that the result will
show a handsome majority in its favor in
McMinn.3'
I Tub late news from Eugland contains
a plum for the Fenians. The Governor
General of Canada has received a notifi
cation from the mother country that all
the regular troops will be withdrawn from
the Dominion so ;soon as the spring is
fairly opened. The Canadians will then
have to maintain a standing army of their
own that is, if they want to indulge in
that luxury. At all events, whether they
jdo or not, the spring will the time for
'.another Fenian scare.
TnE Athens Post is not a Radical paper,
but it has thought it advisable to make
this declaration in regard to the man who
voted fifty-five times in the Charleston
Convention to make Jeff. Davis thoDemo-
cratic candidate for President in 1SC0 :
"We give the Hon. 15. F. Butler, of
Massachusetts, fair warning that if he
permits himself to be made a catspaw to
pull chestnuts out nf the fire for two such
political beauties as Horace Miiynard and
San AruclL this paper will not support
liia pretensions to the Presidency in 1872."
1 1
A letter from Darlington, S. C, 33-3
Whittomorc was insulted on Uie cars on
his way to that place at several point?,
arid. lias been' burned . in nearly every
town in the district he represented. Not
withstanding these demonstrations of dis
pl ensure, fr'his friends are active and re
gard iisTrotuni to Congress ascertain.
Ifhei should . be ro-elcoteil, the House of
Representatives ought to so far assert its
tlbccncy-as th refuse to admit him.
, A New Yoke dispa'ch of the 10th inst.
iays : "The slaughter of dry goods still
continues. A T. Stewart & Co., con
tinue to mark down their goods, and have
reduced their black alpacas, on the aver
gc,i 25 per ( eerily '"ami, -vc understand,
pro'posc-Jo enter more largely into compe
tition with other houses, in these goxl?,
t'.iaii heretofore. Mussis. Eldndgr, Dmi
h:iiu (Jc Co.Vare offering their entire stock
of imported goods stprioes considerably
!juIow their foraerguro& Some half
dozen other firnisajegYii.ing Close up,
and the tlisposltiorm'tci'gut 'rid oftheir
Mods." ''- 1
CABET8S1IPS A.VB "THE
The New YorkonTOadical) J&s been
reading its party a Ibclure on the sin of
official Jarier -and trade. That paper
holds, and very properly too, that it is no I
uiurv a Biii. lUT'imiuonore, xcwces auu
their virtuous confreres to sell cadetships,
than' iFlsfor PredcntGrantno tdlTcabl-'
net offices, or diplomatic and consular
offices abroad, and revenue and other offi
ces at home. . The Sun is certainly cor
rect in this 'position, and if President
Jobnson were in office to-day and had the
record that Grant has in regard to Tjarter
and trade in office, his impeachment and
expulsion from office would be simply a
question of time. ' 'Actions speak louder
than words," and the manner in vrhich
our "gifted" President has acted since his
inauguration, indicates very dearly that
lie has been, running the office more with
the view of filling "his coffers than of'
lenefitting the country. He has been
playing the same .pleasing little game that
Whittemore, Dewees and the other engag
ing gentlemen tried their hands at, only it
has been on a much larger scale, and the
profits have been infinitely greater,
The "Gift Enterprise" business
was started Immediately after the
inauguration, and the cry was "any
thing you please, gentlemen, you pay
your money and take your choice." Those
who could not afford, or did not choose
to; or who were too honest to bring
greenbacks, bonds or property in exchage
for the positions they wanted, stood a very
poor chance of getting them, while those
who were brought to sec the propriety of
worshipping the "rising sun" in an ap
propriate manner soon found 'themselves
in the richest sort of official clover. A
box of cigars was worth a consulship, and
a subscription to a house and lot has been
at any time good for a cabinet or diplo
matic appointment. A very jolly sys
tem this, and so perfectly simple, too.
But for the life of us wc cannot sec
why it is les3 reprehensible than the sale
of cadetships, at which, no doubt, the
presiding genius of the While House lifts
his hand in holy horror. It may be cruel
to deprive the "second Washington" of
the little perquisites so dear to his heart,
but if a too great attachment to the
"flesh-pots of Egypt" has given rise to
little "irregularities" in any branch of the
public sen-ice, it is the duty of our legis
lators to investigate them, and wo agree
with the Sun in believing that the exten
sion of investigations to "the other end
of the avenue" might net be .found un
profitable. Tins Chicago Times informs us that a
Radical newspaper concern in this city
whose zeal sometimes outruns its infor
mation, "pitches into" the delegates who
have recently formed a new constitution
for Tennessee, as "narrow-minded," "in
tolerant bigots," etc., because they have
inserted in that instrument a section pro
viding that "no person who denies the
being of a God, or a future state of re
ward and punishment, shall hold any of
fice in the civil department of tliis State."
Ji this Radical, fault-finding journal had
referred to the present constitution of this
State, which was framed in 1834, it would'
have found the provision which has
aroused its indignation. It lias been
in force for more than a third of a cen
tury, and has never excited anybody's in
dignation before. The Radical "conven
tion" of 1SC5 did not even notice it.
This Chicago Radical newspaper thought
the "Rebels" incorporated this provision
in the amended constitution, and jump
ing at this conclusion, tried to make a
point against the late Constitutional Con
vention. The Times calls attention to'
the fact that the constitution of New
Hampshire prescribes that all civil officers
of that State shall be "of the "Protestant
religion," a requirement which is cer
tainly more narrow-minded, if not more
"intolerant," than the. Tennessee qualifi
cation. Still Radicalcditors and scrib
blers do not find fault with New Hamp
shire for retaining this clause in her con
stitution. When appointments arc made to the
Supreme Bench of the nation, avowedly
for the purpose of reaching a certain de
cision, on a certain case, affairs have
reached a dangerous point. A special
dispatch to the Philadelphia Inquirer, in
relation to the legal-tender decision, says :
"Willi Judge Strong now upon the Bench
the Court will be a lie, but before the la?t
of the month, or by the time a case is
ready for argument, Mr. Bradley will 16
confirmed, ready lo take part in the deci
sion and overrule that of Chief Justice
Chase." What answer would John Mar
shall have returned had he been asked to
take a scat upon the Bench, in order to
bend the constitution fn a partisan direc
tion? But Radicalism has poisoned the
minds of the people, and see the result.
Decidedly the best thing we have seen
for many a day is tho following definition
of the portentous word Ku-Klur, which
is worthy of Dr. Johnson. It is taken
from tho minority report of Dr. Javan
Bryant, a Democratic member of the
South Carolina Legislature, who was one
of the committee to investigate the re
ported outrages in the third congressional
district of that Stale :
"Ku-Kluxes are but the allotropic con
ditions of the witches of New England,
whose larva) having long lain dormant
until transported South in the carpet-bags
of pious political priests, (Whittemore
el al.,) germinated in the credulous minds
of their proselytes, and loomed into 'gor
geous hydras and chimeras dire 1" '
TIIK COLORED DKLEKATIOX
It will be seen that the colored delegates
from Tennessee, who waited on President
Grant, were accompanied by all the Ten
nessee Representatives except Mr. naw
kias. It -so happens that Mr. Hawkins
lives in tho village where the greatest
"outrage" was committed, and knows all
the facts and circumstances connected
Willi the affair. He knows thai the deed
was committed in a Radical community,
and that politics had nothing whatever to
do with the killing which occurred.
snvEitc o.v nJLoc;irrT.
The Chicago. Republican, Radical,
sas :
A document of the House of Repre
sentatives now before us, shows that Mr.
Foster Blodgett, who goes to Washington
as the representative, par excellence, of
Georgia Unionism to contest the scat of
Joshua Hill in the United States Senate,
served twelve months in the Rebel army.
Mr. Blodgett himself testifies, under oatb,
that he enlisted for twelve months' service
in that army, lait says that he only served
six months. His excuse is that his prop
erly was liable to be confiscated and him
self end family were exposed lo dangers
from thoTebel populace, which could only
be averted by his cnlistina- in the fVinfnl-
uratc service. ' -Supposing all that Mr.
liiougeu says 10 oc true, now docs it
make him superior Jo Joshua Hill, who
was cxnosed to thn ennin iliinorra na Afr
Blodgett, and yet never found it' neccssa-'
iv aw; :11111a Bguuisi uie uniicu
Slates?
mac- a, ne me tfe
"The Tennnessc question does not at
tract much attention yet, because: few
persons believe that the Reconstruction
wtlt wnllv rornmmpnnl ft re-
AAUiUi'lt f -
Mm of the State to military rule. The
Tennessee Representatives arguo that the
' Ttnnnstrneiioh ' aeti 'have "bcetf violated;'
that tho,State, Constitution has been revo
lutionized; that the .Legislature baa fol
lowed" M the. path of tho old Georgia'
Legislature; that a reign of terror prevails
in sonm, portions of the State; that the
lives of many of those who supported
Stokes for Governor are unsafe, and that
the method of treatment In the case of
Georgia is' now demanded for Tennessee.
A bill to, meet the alleged necessity of tho
time is before the committee."
The-Washington correspondent of the
Louisville Commercial writes, March 0?
"The delegation from the colored State
Convention held at Nashville, Tcnn., cori
sistlng of Dr, J. B. Young, of KnoxviM
Rev. Moses R. Johnson, of Nashville
Revl J. C, Davis, of Newmarket ; James
IL Sumner, H. J. C. Napier, of Nash
ville, had an interview with the. President
this morning by appointment at half past
ten o'clock. They were accompanied b
the entire Tennessee Congressional delcr
gation excepting Mr. Hawkins. Mr.
Maynard introduced them to tho Presi
dent, and the chairman, Dr. Young; read
the memorial of the convention, and also
presented him with a copy of its resolu
tions and proceedings accompanying
Jhem, with a statement of the deplorable
condition of things in -that State, whcr
lives and property of loyal men were
accorded no security. Ho said thai
the Stale authorities had been ap
pealed to for protection without avail,
"Tho President received the delegation
graciously and' informed them that, he
wouid do all in his power for their relief,
and that he would consult with the Scc
retary of War about sending more troops
into the State. Members of the Tennessee
congressional delegation express belief
that since the Legislature has failed to
take any notice of Governor Senter's mes
sage on the subject of mob violence, Sen-
ter will call upon the President for troops
lo enable him to enforce order. Mean
while the congressional delegation is un
remitting in their endeavors to procure
legislation like that enacted for Georgia
last December."
TnE Washington correspondent of the
Cincinnati Gazette writes, March 9, of
the Georgia situation as follows:
"The so-called Bingham amendment
will, however, be the subject of warm
discussion. It will be supported by all
but two members of the committee, and
opposed by SumneV, Chandler, and other
extreme Republicans, who want Bullock
and other State officials continued in office,
two years beyond the time for which they
were elected. The Governor prints a;
threatening letter this morning, which lie
says ha received last evening, and was
busy to-day stirring up opposition to the
Bingham proposition. What its fate will
be in the Senate can not safely be pre
dicted, but the House is likely to insist
upon keeping it in the bill.
The Franklin Review says truly that
the rejection of the new constitution
would be heralded as a great Radical tri
umph. SEW ADVERTISEMENTS. '
CHANCERY SALES
For.
SATTJBDAY, APRIL 2, 1870.
IN rUKSUANCE OF DECREES BENDERED BY
the Chincciy Conrt at X&shviUe, In the respec
tive causes, I -wlU teU, at 12 o'clock M., on
SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1870,
at tho Courthouse door, the following described
property:
TVinricIdS. Gods and Otlicri. in. EIIz
nbctli Goss nml Others.
Lot No. 175, in the original plan of NashvlUe,
fronting 36 feet on Water street and running back
to low water mark on Cumberland river. Also, aU
those parts of lotsNos. 175 and 176, conveyed to
Seayby J. L. Hadley In December, 182S, beginning
on said street, 11 f wt northwestwardly from the
upper or southwest corner of lot 173 ; thence along
Water street towards Public Square feet be
yond the'eorner of said two lots, so as to include
that quantity of ground in lot No. 175, and thence
back at right angles to tho river.
Also, one-half interest in lots Kos. 40 and 43, in
Balch k Whiteside's addition to Nashville, begin
ning at the corner of Summer and Crawford
streets: thenco North with Summer 800 feet to
Washington street; thence with Washington street
189 feet; thence at right angles 300 feet south to
Crawford streets ; thenca west 181 feet to begining.
Also, a tract of about 225 acres in Robertson
county, conveyed to Jno. D. Goss by a decree of the
Chancery Court of said county, and registered in
Book 13, p. 26, of the Begister's oifice of said
county.
TERMS One-third cash and tho balance on cred
its of 6 and 12 months with interest from day of
sale. Notes required with approved security.
Leonard K. Hooper vs. John Brace,
ctal.
A tract of 300 acres, moro or less, in Davidson
county, Teun., adjoining the land of Jno. T. Dis
mukca,.beginning at Disnrakcs' lino; thence north
SSJf deg., west 216 poles to a willow on the bank
of Cumberland river; thence up the river north
22,V deg., east 27 poles ; thence north 34 deg., east
18 poles; thence north 24 deg., east 11 roles;
thence north 28X deg., cast 20 poles; thence north
23Jtf deg., cast 68 poles ; thence north 22 deg., cast
CO poles; thence north 32 deg., cast 82 iocb;
thence north 45 deg., cast 42 poles ; thenco north
52 deg., cast 22 poles ; thence north CO deg., east 26
poles; then -e north C3 deg., east 22 poles: thence
north 8U dep., east 40 poles; thence south 75 deg.,
east 81 poles to a .valnut on the bank of said riv
er; thenccouth 22; deg., west 321 poles lo liogiu
nlng. TERMS Credits of C, 12, 18 and 21 mouths,
with interest from day of sale. Notes required
with approved security and lien retained. Solo free
from redemption.
Kochie jtf. Rricn, Atlmr., v. John D.
Itricn and Others.
A tract of 87 acres and 151 poles, consisting of
lots Nos. 13, 17. 18, 27, 28, 40, 41 and 42 in the di
vision of the Petway lands on the Hill Creek Vallf-y
Tumpiko Road, the plan of which is recorded in
page 442 of Book I.
Lot No. 13, containing 24 acres and 155 poles.
" " 17, " 6 ' 126 "
a .1 18 C 101 "
u 27 J3 71
" 28, ' 10 " 46 "
" " 40, t- 9 " 27 "
" " 41, " 7 " 133 "
" " 12, " 8 " . 33 " '
TERMS Credits' of 6, 12, 18 and 24 months.
Notes required with approved security and lien re
tained. Bale free from redemption.
W. IE. Ilnslani vs. Cath. llaslum and
Others.
A lot of 100 feet, lying next to lot No. 44 in tho
Haslam plan, and runnlug up to a cross strut
called llaslam street.
TERMS Cash. Salo free from redemption
James T. Patterson, Atlmr., Etc., vs.
Frances II. Gordon, ct als.
A tract called tho Mill Trtct, in the 7th CivU
District of Daidsou county, bounded north by the
land of L L White and west by tho lands of said
White and James Rains; south by tho lauds of
Rains aud east by tho lands of Win. Brilcy, and
containing about 0 acres, together with the Mi'l
and improvements on the same.
Also, a tract of 442 acres, being the remainder of a
tract of 584 acres alter laying off dower.bclonging to
E. M. Patterson, deceased, situated in the 8th Civil
District of Davidson county, the said whole tract
of 584 acres being bounded as follows : North by
the lands of Camus and 1L J. Patterson ; west by
Wm. Holt, Samuel Ralney and James C Castlr
man; south by Cactleman, Jas. Redman and II. T.
Patterson, and cast by U. Page and R. II. Patterson.
TERMS Credits of 6, 12, IS and 24 months, with
interest from day of sale. Notes required with
approved security aud Ucn retained.
John a. Stewart, ct al, Admrs., vs
Jno. Itcniard, ct als.
A tract of almut 433 acres in Summer county,
conveyed by John Bernard in trust to Wm. Porter.
For description, see Trust Deed.
TERMS Cash.
MORTON B. HOWELL, .
Clerk and Master.
mirlG-patU
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PUBLISHERS' AGENTS,
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Cinclnnailtr, Ckmtle (Writes, March 9j: c
NASUVILLB tTKiON ANi).
$m ADVIRHBEIISTS.
Men to take orders wanted. Apply to
J. L. ATKINS,
marl2-tf ' ' 118 North Cherry street j
AGENTS WHO SELL OUR NEW , WORK,
Plain Borne Talk and Medical Common
Sense, have no competition. There never was ia
book published like it. Eprerybodywants.it) Any
body can sell it Agents are now making .$100 n
week. The work embraces 312 pages, 200 illustnt
Uona. Price only $3.25. If you want to; make
money and do good, send for our 24-pago circular,
select your territory, and go td work at once. Full
table of contents of this wonderful work sent free
onappUcatlon. Address WELLS & COFFIN,
maria-d&wlm 438 Broome st, New Tort '
WHERRY & SOY, ;
Wholesale Dealers,, j
NO. 21 TJAION STREET, ,
ARE IN RECEIPT OF A LARGE AND 'FRESH
. STOCK OF
1
MILLINERY, HATS, CAPS, ETC.j
Which they offer to the trade at IOW FIG
URES. Call and examine their stock before purchasing.
marlO-eodtf .
EVASS, F1TE, T0RTER & CO.,
H
IMPOETEBS .
- A!iD - i
Wholesale Dealers iuf
ir'OUKIGN AS1) DOMESTIC
DRY GOODS,;
NOTIONS, ETC. .
yyE ARE NOW IN RECEIPT OF OUR STOCK
SPItJITG SALES,
which, for extent and variety, far surpasses any
we nave ever naa, ana to wnicn we cau mo atten
tion of the trade.
EVAN.N, FITE, l'OIlTEIi & CO.
mar8-daw2m
JPIZOCJL.AJSLA.TIOIS.
Know all Men hy these l'rcscntsi
Grcjctiiig::
rmnAT 1. d. w. c. senter. governor of
JL Tennessee, by virtue of the power and author
ity in mo vested, do nereoy command me com
missioners ct Registration throughout the State to
open and hold an election on Saturday, the 20m
DAY OF MARCH, 1870, at the various places of
voting in their respective counties, for the purposo;
of ratifying or rejecting the new Constitution, as,
submitted by the recent Convention; and due re
turns thereof make according to law.
In testimony whereof I have hereunto
' set my hand and caused the great seal of
(SEAL State to be affixed, at tho Department
,1 in Nashville, this 2Sth day of February,
1B7U.
D. W. C. SENTER, Governor.
By the Governor:
A. J. Flitch eh, Secretary of State.
mar3-dawtd
BUS INE S S.
THREE HUNDRED STOVES
EECEIVED AT
THE LIVE
Slovc and Tinware House,
No. 10 IVOIITII COLLEGE STREET.
Complete Stock of
Tinware, Castings and House fur
nishing Goods.
LOW PRICES.
111 1 1. LI IS, B UTTO RFF & CO.
mar5-tf-4thp
3 113 3 1111
npO THE WORKING CLASS. Wo are now prc-
. JJKKUWlliUUUUiUwca "I'll uiiwmui -
ployment at home, the whole of tho time, or for
the spare moments. Business new, light and profitable-
Persons of either sex easily earn from 6O0.
to $." per evening, and a proportional sum by de
voting their wnole ume 10 me Business, jjoj smu
girls earn nearly as much as men. That all who
see this notice may send their address, and test the
business, we make this unparalleled offer: To such
as are not well satisfied, we will send $1 to pay for
the trouble of writing. Full particulars, a valua
ble sample, which will do to commence work on,
and a coot of ThtVtovlCi LiUrarv Cumjianion, one
of the largest and best family newspapers pub
lished, all sent irec Dy mau. jaoer, 11 you want
permanent, profitable work, address E. C ALLEN
& CO., Augusta. Staipc. janl9-d.swaw3m
FOR RENT BEERSHEBA SPRINGS
rpHIS PLACE, SO GENERALLY KNOWN BE-
JL fore tho war, is now on ereu I or rent or lease
for a term of three years. There is a large hotel,
together with quite a number of cottages and a
storehouse for sclllns merchandise in. The tenant
renting tho prorx-rty would have tho exclusive
right to the trade of tbn place as well as the ad
vantages of the hotel. There is no more desirable
placo for resort in tho South. Tho hotel and springs
are on the Cumberland mountain, 18 miles from
SIcMinnvillc. It is not deemed necessary lo par
ticularise, as this place is well known throughout
the whole country. It is sufficient to say this
property is for rent, ana can oe naa on tue very
best terms. AdJref s
JOHN ALEX. CAMPBELL,
No. 73 N. Summer St., Nashville, Teun.
marll-tf
Magnificent City Property for Sale.
THAT VALUABLE LOT ON CIIURCU STREET,
opiiosito Masonic Hall, 28x130 foit Barber
Bhop, No. 80, cm part of this lot The central loca
tion of this lot, its proximity to tho Slaxwtll
House, and fine buildings going up corner Church
aud Summer, must rapidly enhance its value.
BROWNS ft CHEATHAM, Agents, .
marl0-3t 41 Union street
DR. S. M. JAMISON & SON.
R. S. SL JAMISON, OF EDGEFIELD,
has associated with him his son. Dr. JAS. M. JAM
ISON, in the practlco of Medicine.
Office : Corner Woodland and Tulip streets.
mar6-lm
In Chancery at Nashville.
No. 6,147.
STATE OF TENNE-SSE,
Office Clerk and Master, Chancery Court
Nashville, September the 30th, 1860.
netty McEwcn, Executrix, etc, Complainant, vs.
Knhert IT. Mp.Ewen and others. Defendants.
IT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED IN
this cause, that defendants, John T. Jones, Sarah
C. Jonci, John S. Coleman, Hetty J. Coleman and
James A. Lyon, are non-residents of tho State of
Tennessee:
It Is therefore ordered that they enter their ap
pearance herein before or within the first three days
of the next term of said Court, to be held on tho
first Monday in April next, (1870.) and plead, an
swer or demur to complainant's bill, or the same
will be taken for confessed as to them and set for
hearins ex i-arte. and that a copy of this order no
published for four consecutive weeks in tho Nash
ville union ana American. ,
A copy Attest : M. B. HOWELL,
Clerk and Master.
It McP. Smith, Solicitor for Complainant
marC-law4t
In Chancery at Nashville.
No. C.185.
TATE OF TENNESSEE,
Office Clerk and Master, Chancery Conrt
Nashville, November thel2:h, 1869.
atj-
John Bcaty, Complainant, vs. Ellen F Buchanan,
ct als., Defendants.
IT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED IN
this cause, that defendant, Elizabeth Gotier, is
a non-resident of the State of Tennessee:
It is therefore ordered that she enter her appar
anco herein before or within the first three days of
the next term of said court, to bo held on the first
Monday in April next, (1870,) and plead, answer or
demur to complainant's bill, or the same will bo
taken for confessed as to her, and set for hearing
ex parte, and that a copy of this order be published
for four consecutive weeks in the Nasnvillo Union
and American.
A copy Attest: M. B. HOWELL,
Clerk and Master.
.7. C. and J. M. Gaut, Solicitors for Complain
ant mir-law4t
In Chancery at Nashville.
No. 6,213.
STATE OF TENNESSEE, ")
Office Clerk and Master, Chancery Court atV
Nashville, December the lltb, 1869. j
J. W. Huddlestou and wife, Complainants, vEl
lcn M. Robertson and others, Defendants.
IT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED IN
this cause, that defendant, J. B. Robertson,
Trustee, etc., is a non-residont of the Btato of Ten
nessee: It is therefore ordered that he enter Ids appear
ance herein before or within the first three days of
the next term of said court, to be held ou the first
Monday fn April next, (1871),) and plead, answer or
demur to complainants' bill,' or the same will be
taken as confessed aato him, and set for hearing
ex parte, and that a copj of this order be pub
lished for four consecutive weeks In the Nashvillo
Union and American.- -' -
A. copy Attest: x- M. B.JIOWELL,.
Clerk and Mailer.
Demoss and Maloxe, Solicitors for Complain
ants. marC-lawlt
AMERICAN, SATURDAY, MARGE 12,
Stine "MBirmiiigliam
-WHOLESALE DEALERS IS
STAPLE ANX FANCY
FOUEIGN AND DOMESTIC
WINES & ZIQUORS,
CANNED GOODS,
a;
GERMAN PBODUCK,
Etiglish-' and American
PICKIES, SAUCES & CATSUPS,
Ales and Porters,
IMPORTED and DOMESTIC CIGARS,
Wood and Willoio Warey
No. 32 PTJBIiIC SQUARE,
(Corner of Cedar Street)
feb5-3m ' rVauUvillc, Tcnn.
... N 'E W
Rart-and Elegant
GATES & P0DXMAN
AVE JUST RECEIVED
HOLD AY TKABE!
he largest and best assorted stock over brought t
this market, consisting, In part, 6Y
Watches,
Chains,
Diamonds,
Bracelets,
Fine Jewelry,
SILVERWARE!"
Tea Sets, "
Ice Pitchers,
Waiters,
Goblets,
Castors, et
COll. COLLEGE A. UAIOIV S
N A'SRVILLE, TENS
dec4-tf eplthp
P. P. PECK. F. P. CAHILL.
" ANNUAL STATEMENT -
orinz
Home Insurance Co.
OF WEW HAVE!.
I-
Cash Capital $1,000,000
Cash Assets..;. 1,78G,305
Total Liabilities 100,134:
Showing the condition of tho Company
On the Hlstol December, 1SC9
D. R. SATTERLEE, President.
W. S. G00DELL, Secretary.
P. P. PECK & CO., Agents,
No. 20 Union Street,
marl-till apr5-4thp IVa.hvilIc, Tcnn.
DISSOLUTIOS.
THE FIRM OF BAILEY, ORDWAT & CO. WAS
dissolved on March 1, 1870, by mutual consent,
having sold our entire stock of Groceries and
Liquors to Messrs. D. H. BAILEY and HENRY
SPERRY. The books of the firm can be found
with Mr. Williams, at our old stand, and all par
tics in arrears are requested to call and settle at
once l. u. BAILE),
a N. ORDWAY,
JOHN WILLLVMS.
To our old friends and customers, we return our
sincere thanes for the liberal patrunage and sup
port extended to ns, and take pleasure in recom
mending our successors, Messrs. BAILEY &
Bl'ERRY, lo their cor aaence ana lavor.
BAILEY, ORDWAY k CO.
TT AVISO PURCHASED OF MESSRS. BAILEY,
JJL ORDWAY & CO., their entire stock of Groce
ries and Liquors, we will continue the business of
vtlioics&lo urocors ana Commission Merchants, at
their old ptand, .to. US South IInr!cel
Street, (Spring Brook Bnildlngi,) where we will
keep a lakoe and coiii'Lttte stock of all goods in
our line, and sell them at the very LOWEST MAR
KET RATKS. Our Mr. D. IL Bailey Is now buy
ing gtHxia in tne taiern markets at the heavy de
cllno in prices, and in a few days we will bo snp-
pueii wim au a.xiuiisive miickoi (groce
ries, and ran otTer superior inducements to the
trade. mir9-tf) BAILEY & SPERRY.
COJIl'OUND
Sarsaparilla & Iodide of Potash.
This valuablo preparation Is presented
to the public with tho full assurance and
confidence of its superiority over all others
as a Blood Purifier and Alterative Medicine.
It is entirely vegetable, well known to the
Medical Faculty as possessing powerful
medicinal properties, and is recommended
to cure the following diseases, viz: Scrof
ula or King's Evil, Rheumatism, Obstinate
Cutaneous Eruptions, Chronic Sore Eyes,
Ringworm or Tetter, Stubborn Ulcers of
long standing. Secondary Syphilis; cures
Indigestion or Dyspepsia, Nervous Debil
ity, Inflammation of the Kidneys or Blad
der. This valuable Compound 13 ao quack
nostrum. The formula is open for tho in
spection of all regular physicians, who are
respectfully Invited to examine tho same.
Bead tho following certificates:
' RHEUMATISM.
This Is to certify that I was attacked with
Inflammatory Rheumatism In the year
1833, and have tried numerous remedies
and physicians, both here and in Louis
ville, without relief. It Is about six months
since I commenced taking your Alterative
Compound, the first bottle of which af
forded me relief, and I take great pleasure
In recommending it to all othora similarly
afflicted. I consider myself entirely cured
of Rheumatism, of which I have Buffered
more than mortal can describe. I consider
mine was one of the worst of cases.
I reside at No. S7X Broad street.
J. K. MASON,
Nashville, Doc. 1, 1863.
scrofula.
I have been gufferlnj with this dreadful
'disease for the past nine years, the last two
of which I have been confined to my bed.
My case waa decided Incurable by a number
of physicians who treated me during that
time. I was induced during the past trim
mer to try your Alterative Compound, and
I am happy to say, to the surprise of my
self and friends, that I now consider my
self almost cured. I am now able to walk,
and work some for my family.
I reside In the rear of No. 89 Broad
street. NERI DICKERSON.
Nisrrnux, Dec. 8, 1863.
BEKEY, DEMOVLLLE & CO.,
DRUG GISTS,
PUBLIC SQUARE, NASHVILLE, TENN.,
Wliolcsalo Agents.
MannfartnT-MbTlIOdjrcai & Klcb-
nrd Tvmfftrfats. corner Bummer and
Broad streets. TSashvffle, Tenn.
N. B. Read the other certificates on the
Inside circulars around the bottle.
Price 1 per Bottle. dccSO-eodly
TV. U. CAPS,
House, Sign "and Ornamental
PAINTER, OF 'ALL DESCBIPTIOSS.
Comer Ctaiich iadChcn7i Maxwell House.
febl6-3m
OF THE CONDITION ,
o Tire
ST. LOUIS MUTUAL LIFE
Insiirarice Company,
On the first day of January, 1870. :
ASSETS:
loans secured by Deeds and Trust on
Real Estate $1,299,501 48
loans on Policies in force 2,016,513 80
Cash on hand, in Bank and OlQcc 123,293 99
Loans on Personal Sccurityt 31.023 64
'I ennessee State Bonds 26,000 00 ,
Virginia State Bonds 30,000 00
Office Furniture and Safes, at Home
Office and Agencies C.79T 34
Revenue Stamps on hand ' 50 55
Real Estate being office lot, and
building in course of erection 111,335 32
Deferred Annual, Seml-Annual and
Quarterly Premiums on Policies in
force, in Agents' bands, and in
course of transmission...:.... 045,712 33
Due from Agents, and for First Pre
miums on Policies in hands of
Agents and in course of transmis
sion 155,243 94
Accrued Interest 59,901 18
$1,507,0GG CO
.LIABILITIES:
Capital Stock $ 100,000 CO
Dividends Unredeemed 61,234 74
jjius rayaDie ucingaeierrea
payments on purchase of
offlcelot '. 61,156 41
Reserve to reduce Bonds, 1
Notes and other assets to
present value 228,?JS 25
jjosscs aomuieu, not yet aue
and uncalled for $75,600
Unadjusted, unsatisfactory
proof a and fraud .... 43,500 121,100 00
ucscrve lor reinsurance,
Dividends,, etc 3,934,759 17
$4,507,066 60
Sworn to and subscribed by D. A. January, Pres-
lucnt, ana wm. i. seuey, secretary, nerore me,
T . 1 - .... 1 O II .T-T ..... ."I"..-!, t 1. J
XCU.-U, iOlU. JlUO UWilliCIi
STATE OF TENNESSEE,
CoiirrnoLLEB's Office.
Nashville. Jan. 1. 1870.
I. G. W. Blackburn. Comptroller of the Treasury.
do hereby certify that the St. Louis Mutual Life
Insurance Company, located at St, Louis, in the
State of Missouri, his produced to me satisfactory
evidence that said company has complied with all the
requirements of the laws of the State of Tennessee
imposed on Insurance Companies: and I further
certify that J. IL Bond, Agent of said Com
pany, has also compiled wiiu the requirements
of the law3 of the State, mado and provided in
such cases: -
-Wherefore, said St. Louis Mutual Life Insurance
Company has authority to take risks and transact
the business of Insurance in this State, at Nash
ville, Tennessee..
SEAL. O. W. BLACKBURN,
Comptroller of the Treasury.
ZTT Office in Nashville, No. 23 Public Square.
marll-tf
J. ir. noxa, Agent.
G HAW CERT SALES
for
Saturday, March 10, 1870.
Ill PURSUANCE OF DECREES RENDERED BY
the Chancery Court at Nashville, in the respect
ive causes, I will sell, at 12 o'clock ON 8 ATURDAY,
March. 19, 1870, at the Courthouse door, tho fol
lowing uescnixxi property:
James W. HIcCullocU ts. Itlnry Jane
A house and lot on Lino street, beginning at the
wetit corner of the lot of Thomas Dungy and run-
nine thence west along the lino of Watxlns avenue.
or Line street, 50 feet to a'stake on the south line
oi sat a street or avenue ; mence nortn ion ieei to
an alley ; thence cast along the line of said alley SO
fecttoastase; tnencesoutn ljiecwomo Dcgin
ninir. TERMS Credits of 6. 12. 18 and 21 months with
interest. Notes required with approved security
ana a ucn retained.
Sale free from redemption.
Fred. Temple ct n.1. vs. S-'icldins
ucaucricic ci ai.
A lot fronting 52 feet on tho west side of Water
street in Nashville, running back westwardly with
the northern margin of Locust street ' feet.
TERMS One-fourth cash, and' the balance on
credits of 6, 12 and 18 months with interest from
day of sale, notes requireuwiin approvea secu
rity, and ucn retained.
nr. Holt and others vs. StokcIyT.
Holt ana oilier.
Two parts of lots in the rear of lots Nos. 71 and 75
In Isaac Paul's plan of lots In Nashville, on South
College street, being parts of the Holt property not
divided by order of the Chancery Court See plan
on plan dook of unancery uourt, p. -jo.
TKKMS One-half cash, and balance on a credit
of sii months without interest. Notes re
quired with approved security, and lien retained.
Ti. Hobson vs. W. Barrow.
Lnbi Nos. 49 and 50 in Ilobson and Wheless' Tad-
dition to Edgefield, at the corner of Russell and
Ilobson streets, cacti Ironting so ieei.
TERMS CzsK.
Sale free from redemption.
Jolin Trimble vs. Jno. Earuart.
Lots Nos. 15 and 18, and 33 feet of lot No. 19 in
Trimble's addition to Nashvflle, and fronting to
gether 135 feet on Maple street, and extending
terms Credit of six months. Note required
with approved security, and lien retained.
Sale free from" redemption.
Ed. Baxter. Adm'r, v. Amanda C.
iiitimtaii ci ais.
Lot No. 5 in the addition to Nashville laid out of
the tract heretofore sold by E. IL Ewing to M. W.
Wetmorn, V. K. Stevenson and others, (ee plan in
. . c. -..!.. 'l-l nn lAni. etr
itecu-ier s oiucu,i iruunus . -'- -ha
. . I , 1- 1 1. 1 f,,.,t an . ITn.-
TERMS Credits of 6. 1?, 18 and 21 months with
interest from day of sain. Notes required with
- . .!... 1 11,... Mf.fnn,1
Sale free from redemption.
XV. F. Cooper vs. W'asliinjjtoii Mcrc-
UIII1.
A. O. Mcrrltt vs. Same.
A lot fronting CO feet on the cast side of South
Collcgo street, and bounded on the north by the
property of Wm. Stockcll. south by Rob
inson, aud running back 176 feet, moro or less, to
an alley, together witu tne ouuumgs ana improve
ments on sal A Int.
TERM? Credit of six months. Notes required
with ap proved security, and iitn retalncy.
Bile free from redemption.
XV. X. Cooper, Sen. Part., vs. C. II.
Cooper, Adm'r ct al.
Lot No. 4 In Shelby's addition to Edgefield,
fronting 50 feet on i alheriana street, ana running
back 12U feet to an alle-v.
TERMS Credits of 6 and 12 months. Notes re
quired with approved security, and Ucn retained.
Sale free from redemption.
Bailey Johnson and Wife vs. II. C.
jcnitins.
A lot of 159 feet on Water street, adiolning.a lot
of 1C0 feet conveyed by Leroy Coleman to his wife,
said lot fronting 169 feet on water street, ana run
ning back to low water mark on Cumberland river.
See for particular description, deed from Coleman
to Jenkins, registered in Register's offico in Book
si, p. 54.
TERMS Credit of Bix months, with Interest
from day of sale, for $2,51843, and the residue in
equal payments on Nov. 4, 1870, "71 and IX Notes
required with approved security, and lion re
tained.
Sale free from redemption.
A. J Duncan vs. JI. C. Jackson.
Block No. 2 (comprising G32 feet) on the Frank
lin pike, in the plan or "Waverly, registered in
the Register's office, Davidson county, in Book No.
2, page 69.
TERMS Credits of 6, 12 and 18 months, with
interest from day of sale. Notes required with ap
provea security, ana a uen rctaineu,
Sale free from redemption.
William Jojncr fx. It. XV. Wliitlcy
ct al.
A lot of 50 feet on tho corner of Fatherland
street and Princilla avenue, in Edgefield, Sec
ueeu iu itegmer a umce, uoo& wU, p. isjt, uoosiree
to Whitley.
TERMS Credits of C, 12 and 18 months, with
interest from day of sale. Notes required with
approved security, and lien retained.
Sale free from redemption.
W.' It. Ilyncs vs. I'riscilla I'lirrisli
ct als.
Lot No. 155 in Hynes' addition to Nashville,
fronting 112 feet on the west sideof Gay street,
and runnvig back 140 feet to a 20 feet alley.'
TERMS Credits of 6, 12, 18 and 21 months,
with interest from day of rale. Notes required
with approved security, and Hen retained.
Salo lrce from redemption.
m. ii. iiowniiii,
fe,L2G-ev. Eat-3t Clerk and Master.
In Chancery at Nashville 6,199.'
STATE OF TENNESSEE, Office Clerk and )
Master, Chancery Court at Nashville, i
Nov. 27, 18C9. j
Tho Mayor and City Council of Nashville and oth
ers, complainants, vs. J. O. Fisher and others,
defendants.
IT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED IN
this cause that defendants, E. A. Otis, K. F.
Baker, Charles Warren, Henry Greener, Gustarus
Moore, Edward Ungues, Fred. Bright, Jno. Brant,
George Dougherty, A. It. Stewart and N. W. Trim
ble, aro in part non-residents of the State of Ten
nessee, and the residences of the remainder are
unknown: it is therefore ordered that they enter
their appearance herein beforo or within the first
iiiru rtara of the tiert term of said Court, to be
held on the first Monday in April next, fl870,) and
plead, answer or demur to complainants' bill, or
the samo will be taken for confessed as to theai
and set for hearing exparte, and that a copyoX 'Ws
order be published for four consecutive weeks in
the Nashville Union and Am cricau.
A copy Attest: Ji. L. uuwiu u. ana al.
xr. v. finoncr. E. IL Ewing sn-l Jno. Lellyett,
Solicitors for Complainants. feb28 lawlt
A Karc Business Chance.
TO A LIVE, ENERGETIC MAN IS OFFERED
a rare chance to engage iu business, in s town
iocat-d in a splendid country that is fstfll!ing up
with permment settlers from Kentucky, Tennes
see and Mississippi. Profits good, competition
light, and small capital required. Good reasons
etVcn for selling. Address - ;
rnarS-thmsituestw' St. Charles, Ark.
1870.
THE GEEAT REPUTATION
- i
Which Ko.ro oo has attained In alt parts of the
country, as a
GREAT ami GOOD MEDICIXfy
And tho Largo Number of Testimonials
which are constantly being received from Physi
cians, and persons xcKo have beex cubed by its
USe,.l3 CONCLUSIVE VKOOr Of its UEMACKABLX
VALUE.
As a Blood Pnrilier
it; has n5g equal i
BEXXO POSITIVELY THE I0ST -
Powerful TeptaMe Alterative
YET DISCOVEIiED.
DISEASES OF THE BLOOD.
"The lifo of the flesh Is In tho Blood," Is a
scriptural maxim that science preves to be true.
Ths people talk of bad blood, as the cause of many
diseases, and like many popular opinions this of
bad blood ia founded in truth.
Tho symptoms of bad blood are usually quite
plain oaa Digestion causes imperfect nutrition,
and consequently the circulation la feeble, the soft
tissues lose their tone and elasticity, and the
tongue becomes pale, broad, and frequently cov
ered with a pasty, white coat. This condition soon
shows Itself In roujhnet of tho skin, then In ebup
ttvk and clceeative diseases, and when long con
tinued, results in serious lesions of the Erain, Liv
er, Lungs, or urinary apparatus. Much, -very
much, suffering is caused by impure blood. It is
estimated by some that one-fit th of the human
family are affected with scrofula in some form.
When tho blood is pure, you are not so liable to
any disease. Many impurities of the Blood arise
from impure diseases of large cities. Eradicate
every impurity from the fountain of life, and good
spirits, fair skin and vital strength will return to
you.
KOSKOO!
ASA
. Liver Invigoraior,
STANDS UNRIVALLED!
Being the only KNOWH Medicine
that ErncTCtTLT ttimulaUa and cohrects the
hepatic secretions and functional debasoexexts of
the Liver, without Debilitating tho system. While
it acts freely upon tho Liver imtead nf eopv.-u
purging, it gradually ehinjet the discharge to a
perfectly natural ttatc
SYMPTOMS OF LIVER COMPLAINT AND. OF
SOME OF TII08E DISEASES PRO
DUCED BY IT.
A sallow or yellow color of tho skin, or yellowish
brown spots on the face and ether parts of the
body; dullness and drowsiness, sometimes head
ache; bitter or bad taste in the month, Internal
beat: in many cases a dry, teasing cough; un
steady appetite; epmstiines sour stomach, with a
raising of the food: a bloated or full feeling about
the stomach and sides; aggravating pains in the
sides, back, or breast, and about the shoulders;
constipation of the bowels ; piles, flatulence, cold
ness of the extremities, eta
K 8'KO O !
Is a remedy of Wonderful Eficaen In the cure of
diseases nf the Kitlnevt and Bladder. In these Af
fection it is a near a specific a any remedy can be.
it uuea jlm wurJL miuutr, vuciwif aim mirztff. iuo
Belief which it affords is both errfain aod per
ceptible. DISEASES Or THE KIDNEYS AND BLADDER
Persons nnacqnaihted with tho structure and
functions of the Kidneys cannot estimate the im
portance of their healthy action.
Regular and sufficient action of tho Kidneys is
as important, nay, even more so, than regularity
of the bowels. The Kidneys remove from the
Blood those effete matters which, if permitted to
remain, would speedily destroy life. A total sus
pension of the urinary discharges will occasion
death from thirty-six to forty-eight hours.
When the Urine is voided in small quantities at
the time, or when there is a disposition to Urinate
more frequently than natural, or when the Urine
is high colored or scaldine, with weakness in the
small of the back, it should not be trifled with or
delayed, but Koskoo should be taken at once to
remedy the difficulty, before a lesion of the organs
takes Tjlace. Most of the diseases of tho Bladder
originate from those of the Kidneys, the Urine
being imperfectly secreted In the Kidneys, prove
irritating to the Bladder and Urinary passages.
When we recollect that medicine never reaches the
Kidneys except through the general circulation of
the Blood, we see how necessary it is to keep the
Fountain of Life Pure.
ZOSZ O O !
MeeU with GREAT SUCCESS in tho CURE of '
Diseases of tlie iYcrvous
System.
Atmoit nine-tenths of our peoplo suffer from
norvnns exhaustion, and are. therefore. Itablo to
it i-nncnmltant evils of mental depression, con
fused Ideas, BOftening oi tne Drain, insanity, anu
complete breaking down of the general health.
Thousands are suffering to-day with broken-down
nervous systems, and, unfortunately, tobacco,
alcohol, late hours, over-work, (mental and physi
cal,) are causing diseases of the nervous system to
increase at a fearful ratio.
The symtoms to which diseases of -the nervous
syBtcra give rise, may bo stated ai follows: A
in!l. hciw feelinu In the head, sometimes more or
less severe pain or headache; Periodical llcadache.
Dizziness, Noises or Ringing in tho Head; Confu
sion of Ideas; Temporary Loss of Memory; De
jection of Spirits; Starting during Sleep; Bad
Dreams; Hesitation In Answering Qncstions :
Dullness of Hearing; Twitching of tho Face and
Arms, etc, which. If not promptly treated, lead to
Paralysis, Delirium, Insanity, Impotency, Apo
plexy, etc , etc.
V1T a srrrpl minrV rrmnlv. FOTIMULA arOUOd
..UI-i Knttli. Ttj"rmnmJfirtpil liV th befit Phvsl-
ciaus, eminent Divines, Editors, Druggists, "Mer-
cnants, etc
flic Best and Ttlott l'optilar 3Icdl-
cinc in use. -
rnEPinxi,oxLr nr
J. J. LAWHEXCE, HI. 1).,
Organic Chemist,
laboratory and Office, Mo. G lilain
Street,
NORFOLK, VA.
Price, ONE DOLXiATt PER
BOTTLE. .
FOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE?
fcb. 27-dGm.
aanggfcssa Viw
JJE.)M PECK,
jfVJHITED STATE!CIECUIT COURT
coxnaissieNEit of beebs,
Fcr the several States.
Ho. 39 Union Street,- at the Bank: at Nashville
NASIfVTLLE, TENN.
- . 1
W. W. BKRKT, M. BURSSr
JOHNKinKMAN. KDUARJokES. ;
1. WEAVER. ,C11AS-K. UILLMAN
UA-b tf. CArtTEit, EDSIUND COOPER. J
J OS. W. ALLEN- ALES. FALL'S ESTATE.
DEALS IN BSCflANQB, GOLD AND SIX
Ter and Government Securities.
Drafts drawn in sums to suit oa London, Hew
York, Hew Orleans. Cincinnati. St. Louis, jbouii
rille, Memphis, etc
5-3 and 10-40 bond! alwayj on Sand Ibf
Jals.
W. W. BRKB7, Pronidetit,
EDGAR JONES. Cuolac.
J0I1N KIKKMAK. Viee PreddeBt .
TCV-tf
FALL 'AND -WINTER
GLGTHI 3STG,
KXRCHER & ATIENER, j
Kos. SI and S3 bontu Market Street,
WOULD GIVE NOTICE TO THEIK
friends and customers that they axe just
in receipt oi a compieto line oi
FALL AND VFISTEk CXOTIUHO,
Embracing custom-made work! cf trie latest and
moat improved styles: including Business and,
Dress Suits and Ove. coats tot Men and B07J.
Also a fine line of Farnlnhlos; Goods
Hal, etc-, elected with neat cars lor ourj
irauo.
A larze stock of Cloth, nuslraerei aid,
TwttlnnH in store. which will bemad up to-'
order with dispatch.
These coodj wore nnrchased law down far.
cusn, and hooeo we '.are able to satisfy oar-
customers u to pnee. ana believe that wo can
give a better quality of coods.for less money
man can ne found elsewhere in tne city,
eel6tf KIRCH KM ATIKNER.
GEORGE 2TOX,
atAXTTACTUBEZ OF
STARCH,
-KEFIWED PEARL,
SILVER GLOSS,
Corn Starch, Pulverized.
(ESTABLISHED I IV 1824.
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
feb23 eod3m
3. K. 8FEEI1T.
whxi. rooxr,
Morristovm, N. J
J; N. SPERET & Co.,
COTTON FACTORS
AJTD OEXEBAI,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
ABO
Proprietors of Korsc'a Cotton Com
press, No. 3G Soiltb. 3T.arK.ct Street,
(Spring Brook Bunr11ng;)
Jan9 3m NASHVIXLE, TEMY.
STONE FORT WATER POWER.
W
E INVITE AN INVESTIGATION OF OUR
Stone Fort Powder Mill "Water Power,
for nrmufacturing. The smooth, solid stone
foundation for building a sixteen feet dam, 100
feet Ions?, with a perpendicular stone blnff on one
side, and a sndden rise on the other, vrlth a level
valley, make it a pretty placo to build any kind of
Factory.
It is in one mile of the Manchester lpot, and
may be caDrdnear the center of Middle Tennessee.
Having outlets by rail to all parts of the United
States, and with adjacent roods special rate of
freight can be made.
Tfc propose to sell the above mm site, and somo
ten or fifteen acres of land vrith it, for
S 1 o 000,
payable in one, two, three, four and five years,
with interest. Or we will lease the property for
ten years for S10O per year, or for twenty years at
$300 per year, payable annually. Or with a person
or persons of Industry and enenry.who has $15,000.
we will go into partnership, provided we can
agree upon tne una 01 manufacturing to De aone.
Address us cither at Nashville or Manchester,
Tenn. uialjia-n uuua.
feb2-3m B W. S. WHTTEMAN.
TEMPLE of MUSIC.
Tlic Crent Southern Piano
Factory of XV31. KNAHE
.v co., iiaitimorc, Jio.
OYET. ( FIRST-CLASS PREMIUMS AWAItD
ed over all competitor, among .them those
given at the Georgia StatoFalr.it Macon; Missis
sippi State Fair, at Iuka; Virginia State Fair, at
Richmond ; and tho 8hclby County Fair, at Mem
phis, au or which wro received last fan. Every in
strument fullv warranted for five years, and sold
at LOWEST PRICES.
JAS. A. McCLUKE,
Sole Agent for Tennessee.
Also. SOLE AGENT for Stciuwny fc Sons'
and Unlnc Hros' I'ianos. together with
the ONLY complete stock of SHEET MUSIC and
small Mnslo' .roods In the city.
Southern Depot for the sale of the "Bur
dctt" Organ, conceded by the profession to be the
only nrr.D instrument approaching the tone of the
pipe organ.
Order? billed, guaranteeing satisfaction, and Mu
sic maLed free of postage. janSKhn
mike powers,
AVING REMOVED HIS ENTIRE STOCK OF
Men's and Boys' Clothin
and FURNISIUNa GOODS, to
Xo. 1 Ulaxlcct Street, op to Union,
previous to enlarging his old stand, offers great
bargains to all in want of any goods in'his line, for
the next 30 days.
Just received,
A new lot of Flue Clotli Sack and Ches
terfield Coat, Black, Drown and Dahlia.
mar2-lm
Hit ICE 1 OWE ItS.
TEIfflESSEE ' IRON STOEE.
HILLMAN, BRO. & SONS.,
Nos. 52 and 51 North MarJtct Street,
H
AVE IS STORE AND ARE DAILY EE-
CEIVING
IVimcsseo Charcoal Illoomlrou, JI.
If. .V K.
Kentucky Charcoal Iron, IE. II. & S.
Ohio Itivcr II Iron.
"Lunelle'? Nails andSnikcs.
Ilorxo and ITltilc Shoes and Horse
Shoe An I In.
Anvils, Vise. Hammers and Hcl-
1 ows.
Steel Springs, IJugsy and Wagon
Axles.
Thimble Skeins, AVagolt Boxes and
Castings.
Carriage and I'loir Itoltv, Nuts and
AVttilicrti.
Steel. I'low-IMatc, Gas I'lpc.
TtTO'IIono Wagons, Ironed with
our Ky. Iron.
Hubs, Spolccs, Felloes, and a lull
Stock oi WOOll WOIIK, I'loWKjCtc,
1Yhich they offer low for cash, and to prompt deal
ers only on short timti
HILLMAN, RRO. k S0N8,
Nos. 52 b St North Market street,
f ebSO-taprl Nashville, Tenn
I jl) 1 :
TliOTTJLNG STALLION.
THIS MAGNIFICENT TROTTING STALLION,
the -winner of three First Premiums at the
State Fair last fall, as follows, viz: Best Aired
Trotting Stallion, best Sweepstakes Trotting fctal
lion and fastest Trotting Stallion.
IDOL wur stand the present seasin ending July
. at Falrview Stock Farm, 'on tire Nashville
pike, ln-Suraner county. Tenn., 3 mllea west of
Gallatin. Tsnxs $50 for season, or $73 to insure,
payable when tho mare is removed. , Marts left at
Fuller's stable, No. 6 South College sL.'will be sent
up on Saturdays free of charge. For particulars'
see handbills. - -W. A. CHEATHAM.
feblS-2m B
Flour! Flcmr!
i t
riOrr eceivbd os consignment ioo
bb!s XXXXPeaehertnonr. which we offer
JB . . ' '1
to
thetri
trnde.
S321 J. ST. CA11SET, BON A CO.
SEWANEE T-ANNUfG
AJtB
MAIJUFACTUSINQ COMPANY
' WINCHESTER. TESK,
.jyANUFACTUItEIlS
Clf SBns, Kips, Upper leather
Bridle, Harness, Skirting:,
. BaIeather,Etc.
For sale by '
XSXJRTSS & CO.. .
seZl 6m Naiaville. Tena. 1
R. L. WEAKLEY,
WHOLESALE
O- Q O IE IR,
t: si. -
Commission Morchaij
No. 6 North College Street,
dec7-tf JVASHV1LLE, TEXM.
Eiplleli Carriage Manufaotory
C0A- WOODLAUD aUD barrow sts,
i:duefieli, tk.msevhee.
vehicles of all descriptions.
from the most stylish to the plainest, built
to order. Repairics done in the best style.
AU our work is dons in the most dorablo man
ner, and f atisfaeticn guarantee.!,
mavis tf SWEDES '.WLIE
Strictly Pure White lead,
THE FOLLOWING BRAND OF WHITE LEAD
Is controlled exclusively by
AV. D. KILIlVi
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST,
masonic nail.
This Lead CANNOT be excelled in quality. A
beautiful PEARL WHITE, and possessing a body
seldom found in any brand.
Every keg of White Lead bears the following
warrant, and we guarantee a degree of fineness
and whiteness unsurpassed :
THIS PACKAGE CONTAINS
Pare White Lead 91 parts.
" Linseed Oil 3
10O
$25 IN GOLD wfll be paid to any one finding
the contents of this keg different from the
above analysis.
DAVIS, CHAMBERS & CO.
OFFICE: No. O SMTTHFIELD STREET,
novU-tf IMltaburg, Pa.
SOUTHERN
SEED AND AGRICULTURAL
WAjREIIOIJSE,
no. 3 0 broad stkeet.
0RWAT0AT3. STRING BARLEY.
Prince Edward Island Oats. Early Rose Potatoes.
Landreth Garden Seeds. Russet Potatoes.
Garden Wheelbarrows. Blue Grass. Orchard
Grass.
Clover. Timothy. Red Top.
Avery Plows. Brinly Plows. .
Cottman's Celebrated Plows.
Com Bhellers, Cider Mills, etc, etc.
IIORTON, .flcKORERTS & CO.,
feblStf
mi
30 Broad street.
SHEFFIELD STEEL WORKS.
SIHGEK, SIMICK & GO.,
nttxLuxrpr, Pa.,
MANUFACTUUBS OF EVERY DESCRIP
tionof STEEL,
Sprngs,Axles,Steol Tires, etc
tc236n
Brushes, Rclting and Hose
ALTEEG0&C0,
MANUFACTURERS OF
BBUSHES
SUPERIOR.
LEATHER BELTIN6,
ASD
BESTFIEE E17GIHE HOSE
Office and Salesroom No. C3 Walnut Street,
Cincinnati, Oliio
dec S3, "65-3m
Oldest Pnvat Dispensar
IN NASHVILLE,
IS D . 31 c G I L, 1 ' S
Ou 33ontlci-Iclc St.
I CURE RHElfMATISM, AFTECTIOSS OF
the Lungs, Diseases of the Throat, Swelled
Joints, Stiff Limbs, Pleurisy, Pains, Ulcer, Cancer,
Gravel, Diseases of the Heart and Liver, Inflam
mation of the -Stomach, Neuralgia, King's Evil or
Scrofula, Deafness, Diseases of the Eyes. Debili
tated Systems, Dyspepsia, and Indigestion or Con
sumption, together with all Private Diseases, and
Diseases of the Urinary Organs.
IU) those ladies whose misfortune has been not
to bring forth in due season, can consult the Doe
tor by letter or person. All communications
strictly confidential.
US" Patients treated at their homes, medicines
furnished and cures guaranteed.
MTDR. McGILL, in Nashville, has the only
gennine DEDICATED VAPOR IIA.1THS
in the South, and is performing the most wondsr
fu cures with those Vapor Baths ever cured In
this country.
WT treat In one-third the time of anrother
mode, and warrant, in every case, the following
diseases: Constitutional or Secondary Syphilis,
Ulcers of the Throat or Mouth, all Diseases of the
Skin caused by syphilis or impure stats of the
blood, Pains of the Bones, Enlargement of the
Joints, Falling out of the Hair, Rheumatism,
Scrofula, and Broken-down Constitutions.
nr-SU'ERJIATORRlIEA Ct ItED.My
friend, stop before you further go. I cure that dis
ease, and I warrant a cum. My price Li THTBTX
DOLLARS, sent in advance, and I furnish all medi
cines ; and if a cure Is net effected I return the
money.
Office IIonrs-Tin 8 a. jc to 6 r. sc.
An letters directed to UK. ItlcGIEE,
nor 33 ly. Nashville. Tenn.
REMOVAL.
TAKE PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING MT
removal from over J. W. HILL & CO. "3 to
No. 9 NOETH COLLEGE STEEET,
where I will continue to manufacture and deal In
LOOKING GLASSES,
WINDOW CORNICE,
VEIVJRTIAN BMNBS,
Pictures, Picture and Portrait Frames.
AUO,
GILT, WALNUT AND ROSEWOOD MOULDINGS.
Ia. It FKEE3LAN,
N 3. 9 North Collegs street.
N. E. Photograph Ovals In great variety. Frames
rrgilded, Blinds repaired, Mirrors, Shades, etr.,
hung to order. Janlg-tt
INTERESTING to the LADIES !
Something eva;y Family Should Have.
I HAVE PURCHASED THE RIGHT TO SELL
and Instruct la the use of
join? ia. notes'
New System ol Cutting- tJarntcnt
This Isrrcmox cossrais of rrvx urmm
No. 1 cuts Ladies1 and Misses' dresses, ever
size, style snd fashion.
No. 2 cuts Men's and Boys' vests, every size,
style and fashion.
Nos. 3 and t cut Boys.' pants and coats, different
sixes and fashions and
No. 5 cuts the hout mncr rrrnio Shirt In
the world.
Any person can learn it in afew minutes. Call
and see It. We give all instructions in the above
named system FREE OF CHARGE.
I recommend it aa being the only pert xt system
of cutting by measurement without the trouble of
trying on. MRH. TYKES.
So. 133 Church street,
f ebX-tni nov2S Nashville, Tenn.
FOE SALEFOE BENT.
1 TUFTY RESIDENCES IN CITY AND EDGE-
acres mountain lands; farms in this and'adjoin-
well House : twa lge stores on Market street ; one
on wwhi, uu stMMvixnm ui cjty asu luiGKueia
lot rent. A. H. & W. P. HURLEY.
Real Estate Agents, 71 Maxwell House.
feblT-tf
NOTICE.
Txss. Asm Pacxtto Railxoai Co.,1
NASKTriu, Tenn. , Feb. 18, 1873.
THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE TENNESSEE
and Pacific Railroad Company are hereby noti
fied that the anneal meeting for the election of Di
rectors of said companv will be held a their oflm.
In the" city of Nashville, on the 23d day of March
at 10 o'clock A. jc GEO. HANEY. President:
D. Cook, Jr., Secretary. f eb3-lra

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