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STASHYILL .tjNlON AND AMERICA, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, 1870.
THE tNIOS AMD AlflKKlWUI
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" democratic tickstT
GEN. JOHN C. BROWN,
SEPTEMBER 23. '70.
Gold opened in, New Tork yesterday at
113, and closed at 113f.
Tennessee Bonds were quoted in xow
Ynrk vestcrday at 02 for' the old issue
and COi for the -new.
Cotton opened flrm.in. Now .York yes
tcrday, but closed dull and heavy at 18Jc
for middlmg uplands.
Monet was easy in ifew York yester
day. There were no loanB among brokers
above 6 per cent, with a large number
It -will be seen that Gov. Scott's Ku-
Klux have commenced work quite vigor
ously in South Carolina. He has becn;
arming the negroes, and now they have
taken to killing -white men.
It is now said that jute bugs are an
actuality, and that they have been dis
covered in chignons in Connecticut and
Massachusetts, as well as in Maino and
Vermont. But why are they all found in
TJnw 'Eno'lftTulJ 1. it because of the
eternal fitness of things?
The General Government has cleared,
up to this time, over $188,000 by deduc
tions on account of mutilated currency.
That is to say, it has swindled the people
out of that much. The Government
issues its notes, and then if they come
back with only a small piece torn off, it
will not be taken at its face value. That
is the way the "best government" treats
Col. W. W. Vauqhan, of Haywood,
was nominated by the convention at
Jackson, on the' 20th inst., as the Demo
cratic candidate for Congress in the eighth
district, on the fourteenth ballot. The
Memphis Sun says : He is a gentleman
of talent and great personal popularity,
and will make a gallant and successful
fight before the people, and an honest and
efficient representative at Washington.
He worked for Democratic success on the
stump in the last Presidential election, and
is eminently worthy of the position of
standard bearer in the approaching can
vass. Ho will be found the most efficient
canvasser, and the most untiring repre
sentative that the district has had in Con
gress for many a long day."
THE RADICAL CANDIDATE I'OU
The d nitons honor of being the standard-bearer
of the Radical party in the
contest for Governor, was conferred upon
tho Hon. Wm. H. Wisener yesterday.
Mr. Wisener is not unknown to the peo
pie of Tennessee. Ho was a member of
the Legislature that adopted the ordinance
of secession, and at a meeting of that
body on the 18th of June, 1861, on
motion to print two thousand copies of
the Governor's message, Mr. Wisener is
thus reported by the Nashville Banner:
"Mr. Wisener, pending the question,
defined his position. He had opposed se
cession until the State had assumed the
attitude of revolution. His position Lad
a. ways been that the fate of the State,
whatever it might be, would be his fate.
lie bad tendered his resignation as a
member of the House, but the Governor
had declined to accept it. He was here
now to acquiese in the voice of the peo
pie, and to vote lor such measures as
would promote the interest of the State
in her present attitude, as cheerfully as
any member on the floor. Applause."
During the session that convened on the
18th of June, 1861, after the State had
been voted out of the Union, 3Ir. Wise
ner voted for a bill to authorize the Gov
ernor to issue treasury notes "to the
amount of three millions of dollars, in
whole or in part, in lieu of three millions
of bonds authorized to be issued by an
act passed Cth May, 1861, to raise, or
ganize and equip a provisional force.
See House Journal, page 144. These
treasury notes were to be received in pay
ment of all dues to the Stato or to the
Bank of Tennessee, and to bo paid out by
that bank tho same as gold or bank paper,
and the faith of the State wa3 pledged for
their final redemption. He also voted for
a bill (see House Journal page 141(
containing this provision:
"That the County Courts of this State
are empowered to assess and collect a tax
on property and privileges m their re
spective counties, to provide a fund for
the relief and support of the families of
volunteers whilst in actual service,
whether in service within, or whether be
yond the limits of the State."
He also voted for a bill to repeal all
laws requiring practicing attorneys, mem
bers of the Legislature and other public
officers of the State, or any county in the
State, to swear to support the Constitu
tion of the United States; to repeal all
laws requiring as a qualiticatijn to hold
office that a person shall be a citizen of
the United States ; and to repeal all laws
directing and authorizing the election of
members of the United States Congress.
See Houso Journal, page 151.
He also voted for a bill authorizing the
banks in this State "to receive and pay
out the treasury notes of the Confederate
States of America;" to authorize all offi
cers to receive "said treasury notes in
payment of money due the State aad the
several counties thereof;" to authorize the
banks to increase their circulation; to
forbid the payment of dividends by banks
"to stockholders who are citizens of the
non-elaveholding States of the United
Suites ""this prohibition to continue
during the existence of tho war which tho
Federal Government of said States of
America is waging against the Confede
rate States of America;" to forbid the pay
ment of interest ou bonds held "by clti.
zens of the non-slavcholding States of the
United States;" and to forbid the "citizens
or corporations of the State to psy.dcbts
which they may owe to corporations or
citizens of the non-slaveholding States of
tho United States." Sec Houso Journal,
lie also voted for a bill "to submit to
tho popular vote an ordinance for tho
adoption or rejection of the perma
nent Constitution of the Confederate
States." See House Journal, page 155.
These arc a few of the votes of tiiis
Radical champion. He is a niarvclously
proper man to stigmatize the opponents
of his party as tho "Rebel Democracy." :
r : ! '
Mr. lajriardBTiixs -itWrted'thaf
"fnntR and ficurcs fullr sustain the claim
" ' 1--J
thn itpniiniirnxis in rm inn mnv ni
i . s i-i-i-,. . ist!rnt
whqlly'unsTistained-by facts and figures.
Let lis see how the account of the Grant I
adnoinistrktiou stood at the endof the' last
fiscal year,- SOttrOf June; as nearly as can
be learned Worn official record. This is
the year upon which Mr. Maynard bases
the claim of his party to "economy and
Blrict accountability." The fiacal year of
t 'V a nvWAOTtmnnr liamno sr tTia let nf Till V
and ends on the 30th of June following.
Calculating then from the 1st cf July,
18G9, we find tbat .this, administration re
ceived of tho people's money as follows:
Unexpended balances on hand.
July 1, ibssj ....f iwiau.iou t7
Received from customs .. 184.108.40.2064 44
Received from internal revenue. 181,897,75s 49
Received from sales of panlic
lands...-. 3,3M,481 76
Received irom Miscellaneous
sources,.- , 23,4S,SG4 91
' Total , .- ...... $513,645,637 30
"JVin'Mr. Mayriard tell his constituents
what. his economical Radical, administra
tion has done with this immense amount,
this five hundred and thirteen million, six
hundred and forty-five thousand, six hun
dred and thirty-seven dollars and thirty
cents of the people's money ? Mr. Buchan
an's administration was confessedly tho
most extravagant Democratic administra
tion which, we cverhad, and yet the expen
ditures of the entire fouryearsof Mr. Buch
anan's administration, excluding only
payments on the public debt, did not
amount to but $261,105,809.62, but very
little over half tho amount received by
President Grant in one year. The ques
tion recurs, what has become of this
$313,645,637.30, which Gen. Grant's ad
ministration leceived during the year end
ing June 30, 1870. f In addition to the
$102,390,159.67, unexpended balances on
hand July 1, 1869 there has been, as far
as can be ascertained, asked for and ap
propriated in advance
Tor Legislative 'Department.........
For ExeeuUvo proper. , ..
For Department of State
For Treasury Department
For Interior Department...-
For War Department.........
For Marv Department..-
For Agricultural Department.
For loe to in ce jjepanmeni. ........... ..
For Judicial Department
Total. $231,415,288 61
In addition to this, Congress has al
ready appropriated, by deficiency bills for
this same fiscal year, $13,000,000.
Unexpended balances on hand June
.. 281.415.288 61
.. 13,000,000 00
Total , $396,803,448 28
There are several million dollars of the
loan and lapsed funds out of which, as
we are told by the Secretary of the Trea
sury in his communication of Juno 1, to
Mr. Beck, large expenditures are made,
which do not appear in the estimates or
appropriations. There are ?lso to be ad
ded the several million dollars received
during the year for government property,
widen is also expended without appearing
in the estimates, or appropriations. We
believe that no officer of tho government
claims that of the vast sums received there
will be an unexpended balance of over
eight millions. The probabilities arc
that this amount will be taken up by ad
ditional deficiency bills.
From the figures given above, it will be
seen that the expenditures of this one
year of Gen. Grant's administration
amounts to at l-ast four hundred millions
of dollar. Deduct fromthis the amount
for pensions, Indians and interest on the
public debt, $158,440,478, and we still
have $241,5X9,522 of expenditures of
tho Government. The balance of the
$513,645,637.80, which was received by
the lulministration, over and above the
$400,000000, expended a3 stated abov,
must be accounted for by the administra
tion, if it can do so.
Wo think we have established, what
was asserted in a previous article, that
the sum expended during the year of
Gen. Grant's administration, ending on
the SOth June, 1870, after making full
deductions for pensions, interest on pub
lie debt, and Indians, exceeds by nearly
$70,000,000 the entire expenditures of
the government from Uw adoption of
the Federal Constitution to the clone
of the last British war. The expendi
tures for that period of twenty-five years,
including the war with Great BritaiD,
were only $172,000,000. We append for
the instruction of the people who furnish
to the Government tnese enormous sums
TABLE omSO THE ESTIBE EXPENDITURES OP TIIE
FEDiaiX. OOVEBSMEST, EXCLUSIVE OF TIIE PUB-
IJO DEBT, FBOM THE FOUNDATION OF THE GOV
ERNMENT TO THE CLOSE OF THE LAST B&XTL3H
From March 4, 1789, to Dec. 31, 1791 $1,910,509 52
1792 1,877,903 68
1793 1.7IU.U70 2S
1794 .. 3,50 ,54G C5
1795 - - 4,350,658 04
1798 . 2.531,930 40
1797 2,83100 96
l.MJ i,b,ZU 04
1799 6.480.160 72
1800- .-. - 7,4U,3C0 97
1801 .. 4,981,069 90
1KI2.... .. 3,737,073 81
1803 4,002,824 24
1804 4,452.858 91
IWJo .. G,35T,234 61
1B0G 6.030.209 36
1807 . 4,984,672 89
1H - . ti,Wi,JM 85
1809 7,414,S72 14
1810 - 6,311,082 28
1 811 ... . . 5,592,601 86
J 812 17.W9.498 70
1813 28,082,396 92
1814.... . . 30,127,606 38
Total - tl72,697,779 00
A CONGKESSIO.VAL. CONVENTION,
Upon this subject the Lebanon Herald
No call for a conventionhas been issued,
and we know of no one who has au
thority to make such a call. In the ab
sence of any properly-constituted author
ity, we know of no way by which a con
vention can be obtained, except by an
agreement between the Democratic papers
of flic district. Acting upon that opinion,
we suggest that the delegates from the
various counties meet in convention at
Nashville, on Thursday, Oct. 20, for the
purpose of nominating a candidate for
Congress from the Fifth Congressional
District. The candidates have issued a list
df appointments for public speaking, ex
tending to the 19th of October. They
close the canvass at Nashville on that day
and wo can think of no time so appro
priate for the assembling of the Conven
tion es the succeeding day. Wc should
like to have an expression of opinion on
the subject from the Nashville Banner,
Union and American, Gallatin Exa
miner, Springfield Record and Franklin
Kcvicw, at once.
The time and place suggested by the
Herald are entirely satisfactory so far
as we arc advised. We presume that the
State Executive Committee will be an
nounced in a few days, and then the
members of that Committee from their
District will mako a formal call for a
The New1 York Express has an edi
torial headed, "Wanted A Woman."
Now York must bo in a bad way if it
cannot s upply the demand.
THE FOURTH CNGKESSIO!Aij
Hon. John M. Bright, of Fayettevulc,
has accepted the nomination as a candi
date for Congress in the fourth district,
made' by the convention at Shilby' vllle, 'on
the 6th inst., and announces his name
accordinelr. thi3 moraine. " While there
Ue a number of -aspirants. a Ihedis-,
t'rict, all good men, tried and true, we are
glad to learn 'that they'each 'and alUcor
dlally acquiesce in the action of the con
vention. Gen; Bright stands as a lawyer,'
in the front rank at the- bar of the State,
and as a gentleman of, libera culture, has
few superiors. He has never sought po
litical preferment, but, on the contrary,
shrunk from it; and how yields to me
wishes of his friends of the district, "with
tho disposition to serve them and the
rnnntrv honestly and faithfully. He Will
probably have opposition from the Kadi
cal camns: but we trust the Democracy
nf thi ilistrir.t will cive him their full
.strength, .and secure an overwhelming trl
We ecc by tho New York papers that
they .have at least one Judge in that city
who ia waking up to a full sense of lis
duty. That one is Judge Bedford, of tho
Court of General Sessions, who has just
been administering-the right kind of jus
tice to a batch of burglars and highway
men. One of them he sentenced to the
State's Prison for twenty year3, another.
for eighteen years and six months, two
for twelve years and six months, and one
for ten years. Criminals will dread Judge
Bedford's court hereafter as they would a
stroke of lichtnine. There is only one
effective wayln which to supprcBS scoun
drelism that is to make the law terrible,
For ttao Legislature.
Wa arn authorized to announce Col. WM. E.
tvp.morh a a candidate for the lower branch or
the Leirlilatnre. -subject to the decision of a con
For CongTcas Fourth District.
w lrn authorized to announce Hon. JOHN at.
BRIGHT, of Lincoln county. a a candidate for
Congress In the Fourth Congressional Dhtrict,
MKimwl nf the counties of Bntherford. Bedford,
rvifr nnnnn. Franklin. Lincoln. Marshall and
alias. Election in November. All all diaabilitiaa
hare been removed by act of Congress. ep23te
Sftlo of Lots i Weit Nashville
AnflOTTXT OP THE EXOUBSIGH 10
vJ LEBANON, and for other reasons, th
sale of lots to have taten place yceterdsy In west
NashTiUe was postponed untU MONDAY nxt, tho
9ih slimltvin ivMitlTelr take nlace. Sale to
commence on the corner of Hayes and Mulberry
(Southwest Coiner Square,)
McJIlNNVlXLE, - - - TENNESSEE.
JOHN T. READ, Proprietor.
TTS ACCOMMODATIONS ABE TJXSDBPAS3ED
X and charges reasonable. Travelers will find It
to their advantage to call when stopping in the
OS MONDAY, THE 19TH INST., A BOBBEL
HOUSE MOLE, blind In left eye; about ten
years old ; blade marx down tne oacx ana across
a T1ROWN 1IAEE MULE, shout leron Tears old
blacK mars down tne oacx ana cross tne saoma
ers; hind legs rubbed by the traces.
rattles calming tnis property wiu cau at
sep23 It South of Broad, on Market.
Grand Floral Concert
Tuesday Evening, September 27th,
MASONIC HA. bl
under the auspices of the
Tennessee Horticultural Society.
rrHE LEADINd FEATURES WILL BE. first
X Musical Talent, both vocal and instrumental
01 tne highest order, classic ana comic
Second, Magnificent Floral Pyramidal Btage Dec
Third, the presentation of an Elegant Bnquet to
eacn iioy in attendance.
TJnJer the direction of PBOF. BALDWIN, will be
O King to the great demand for scats, a portion
of the house will be reserved for strangers until
nr- TICKET. ONE DOLLAB.
Cir8eaU secured at Dorman's Musis Store,
without extra charge. sep23-4t
To take mnch pleasure in calling the attention
of our readers to the advertisement of Globe
Flower Syrup, in another column. This celebrated
Lung Remedy is regarded by all who have tested
its merits, to be the most pleasant and truly valu
able medicine ever discovered, for the euro of
colds, coughs, asthma, etc Like a true friend,
the more we use it and know it, the better we like
it It is pleasant to take, and unlike all other
Cough Medicines offered to the public, it contains
no opium or any nauseating drug, and will not dis
agree with the most delicate constitution. We ad
vise all who have "disease of the Lungs, sncli as
Incipient Consumption, Colds, Asthma,' Bron
chitis, etc, to try at onco a bottle of Globe Flower
Southern Wheel & Handle Co
HUBS, SPOKES, FELLOES,
and all kinds of
Axe, Pick ami other Handles
No. 94 MABEET STREET,
Office: FIEENCIa IIKOTIIEItS,
Nob. C2 AND 64 MABEET 8TREET.
For sale by all the Wholesale Hardware nouses
and Dealers in Wagon Materials, in this and in the
principal dues or the south.
Inquire for our brand,
S. V. Az II. CO.
L"E ATJEIE It , JEtc.
Walsh & McGovcrn,
No. 29 NORTH MABEET BT oear Union,
DEAL IN HIDES, OIL, LEATHER, SHOE
Finding'. Carriers' Tools. Full market rates
paid for Hides, Tallow and Bheep Skins; also
Leather in the rough or finished, Ooaslgnments
will receive prompt attention, and proceeds re
turned without delay.
A superior quality of Tanners' Oil always in
BOOTH liKIVTIIV G.
HPHE BOOTHS, COOK-HO0SE AND FORAGE
IX Privileges for the aDproachingFAIR of Ten
nessee Agricultural and Mechanical Association
will be rented on TDESDaY, SEPTEMBER 27,
1870, at 11 o'clock a. M. Terms cash. The Dining
Hall having been appropriated to purposes of the
exhibition, will not be rented.
JUU.1 11. W1LL.11MO,
sep21 2t WediSat Gcnl Agent
No. 55 Nortn Collcjro Srtcct.
-pS8iaNA.TXDDEr08ITOHY OF THE TOTTED
kBUlfor Kiddle Tennwsee. y '
Buuora, A. u. twing, aucuei viugnn, n.
Qrlffln. iJc' .
BeeelTM Deposit; deals In Foreign and Domes
tlo Exchange, Gold, 8Uver and Government Se
curities. Collections made and remitted for cn
dy of payment at current rate of Exchange. Rev
enue stamps for sale. u. UUKWH, ex
u. u. j Aaubua, uasnier. - junu. ip 17
Sale, of Railroads.
IS PHBSHANCE-PF THE" AUTHORITY CON
f erred upon us by the act of the General As
sembly of the State of Tennessee, aonrdved July
S, 1870, entitled."An Act authorizing the sale and
transfer or tne interest of the utate m delinquent
Railroad Companies," we wilL offer) at PUBLIC.
ma, .f,, on ine
Third Day of November, 1870,
at the Capitol, In the city.of Naahrlllcytna Inter
est or tho Btata of Tennessee m tne enure uoaa,
Stock. BiKht'of. War. Grading. Bridger. Masonry.
Iron' Balis, Spues, Chai s, and the whole uptr
structure ana equipments, and'all of the property
owiied by each of. the delinquent Railroad Compa
nies! for the' amounts duo by said Companies re
spectively; on account or Bonds loaned thrm by
we state 01 xennesseo, or oinerwise, nameiy;
", Cincinnati, CumberULil Gap and Charleston
Southern, df Southwestern Railroad;
Edgefleld and Kentucky Railroad.
Knox villa and Kentucky Eailroad.
Memphis, Glarks'vUIe and.Lordsville Railroad.
McMinnville and, Manchester Railroad.
Nashville and Northwestcrn'Rallroad:
RogersTifle and Jeffersonvllle' Railroad
Winchester and Alabama Railroad.,
Enoxvllle and Charleston Railroad.
Evanavlllo. Hendoraon and Nashville Railroad.
East Tennessee and Wostern North Carolina
Eailroad. ; ,
Mineral Home Railroad.
And for the bid. we will receive In payment and
satisfaction, any of the legally if sued Bonds of tho
State of Tennessee, with accrued Interest.
Tor further particulars, address the Comptroller
of the Treasury, at piasnvuie,- Tennessee.
D. W. a 8ENTEB,
T. H. BUTLER,
Secretary of State.
ED. B. PEN NEBAKEB.
ROBT. I. MoKINNEY,
! .FRANCIS B. FOGO,
Isp21tf Commissioners for the State.
THE FINEST RESIDENCE
TTAYIXa JUST COyPLETED THE HOST
r com i) act ana desirable residence in the
cltv.T oner it for taio at an extremely lays
i It is situated between Park and Summer
Streets, fronting on the former, and extending1
with its boantiful terraced grounds in rear, to
the latter. The situation is in one of the most
select and retired localities, and on the highest
Wiiincncp n the pity, affording fine view ol
tho surrounding country ipr runes, it mere
fore possesses the advantage of a country rcsi
dence, and is more preferable, since Jt s near
the business portion of the city, and directly
opposite the principal entrance, to the future
uapitoi I'arE. rtp oDstnrcEion cuu c piacea
cither in front or in the Tear of tho house, on
account of the Capitol grounds and Summer
&eldnca was built regard loss of expense, and
l Tv."5cii Of all the irisdern imniovements.
it Vault bo s-:?n-nna examined fn onlerco. bs
appreciated, and ane desiring to do so wifi
OF PtanH vllle, "vvlio iviHh to reach
Use trade of Sumner county, Wil.
son, Robertson, ITIacoii, Smith,
Trousdale, Jackson, Overton, Fen
tress, rand other points up the .Cum
berland, will find
THE GALLATIN EXAMINER
circulating: all over these" counties
and an excellent medium for ad
Publisher, Raliatln, Xenn.
I The, Creditor of the. Planters' Bank
j A BE. HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT. Br A DE
x. creo of the Chancery Court at Nashville, In
tho canae of V. W. IScrrr arainst Xh
I'lanturs' JSanlcaud others, made with
with a' view to a final distribution of the assets,
the holders of the notes of the Planters' Bank, or
any other claims or demands, of whatsoever na
ture, against said Bank, must file the same In the
offlco of the Clerk- and Muter of said Chancery
Court, by or before the
First Monday In October, 1870,
and that notice of this order be published in it
least one of the daily papers of Nashville. Enox-
ville and Memphis, and in the weekly papers of
Franklmi Tnlaski, Murfreesboro, Athens and
Clarksvllle,' continuously up to the first Monday in
October. 1870. muhtun u. uowell,
JunS-toct3 B Clerk and Master.
The Memphis Appeal an TKnoxvills Press and
Herald copy jUily, and Fr .din Review, Pulaski
Citizen, Murfreosboro Monitor, Athens Post and
uuiaaviue TOuacco Leai copy in weeny edition to
Oct. 3; ana sana am to a. Weaver, .Esq., Nashville,
8 n. sprrauxx. oao. J. cboDnica. 1. u. srppixxrs
S, B. Spurlook&Co.,
Cotton Factors, ,
Pros, 33, 34 and 3S;Brond Street,
'VVE ABE GLAD TO INFORM OUR NUMEROUS
T T cotton rnends and Dianters generally, that
we have secured in addition to our Grocery House,
the large and commodious Warehouse formerly
occupied Dy iteid. unaaoourn n no., ana are now
prepared to store 10,000 Bales of Cotton.
Grain and Produce.
Wa will a'so clve our attention to the sale and
storage of Grain, etc. ; will make liberal advances
1 ail consignments.
Kopo and Bagging.
We are prepared to furnish Planters and Ginneis
,witn liope ana Bagging, or iron Ties, ai lowest
shall strive to maintain oar position with the first
class houses of the city, and trust by close atten
tion to business to merit a'contlnuance of the libe
ral patronage heretofore received. aug2S-tf
J. B. CASPEKTER, Agent
PARTIES IN WANT OF A FIR8T-CLA8S SEW
' ING MACHINE, will do well to call and ex
before purchasing elsewhere.
THE SINGER MANUFACTURING CO Mr ANY
Linen and Cotton THREAD, NEEDLES, etc, al
ways on hand.
OFFICE No. ISO Church Street.
ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29TH, THE
Tennessee Central Fair Association, at Mar-
freesbcro, offer a special premium of a largo
CLUSTER DIAMOND RINt), valued at $350, to
the most graceful Equestrian. Entrance fee, 10
thirty-five to fill. cp21 lw
AND . ,
1 1 j M
W M I S'KX.
Tobacco .Gokibissib;r Jobbeis,
Nos. 73 and 75 Broad Street,
' PfASIIVJlXEj TJBNfsV .
Y H. MAURY HAS BEEN ADMITTED A3 A
tl Partner in the above; firm, to take effect from
the 1st of September.
The new firm have already effected arrangements
with manufacturers, by which they will to en-,
abied to supply the Jobbing Trade with Tobacco
at manufacturers' prices. sepH-tf
MILLINERY & FMCY GOODS.
I AM HOW OFFERING UREAT INDUCE
ments in. the following goods
French MILLINER 1 in' too newest rans
wnito una: raxasoii wun lace covers.
PONGEE SUN SHADES in very great va
A. very choice selection of FANS' In all the
new designs, witn ana wiinoui jacc covers.
xne nncsi quauty 01 mu uui v to.
Roman, plain and Plaid SASHES,
New style of LACE COLLARS and CUFFS.
Fine SWISS and EMBROIDERED SUITS on
hand and made to order at
A handsome selection of white and brown Linen
and Lawn Suits, at prices varying from 3 to tlo,
maySO tnov2B No. 133 Church street.
Statement of the Condition
of Cincinnati, July 13, 1870,
CAPITAL STOCK.. SI, 000,000 OO
AMOUNT PAID UP.... 1 ,000,000 OO
The Assets of the Company are as follows:
Cash deoosited in City'B's:s-t582.2U'81
Cash In Company's safe.. ..' l,iSi 82583,699 63
Bond3, United BUtes, E-2 S.115.UUT 50
If) 40s. 1.183 25
" 6-8IS. 1.14T 50 17,34t 25
B'ds, Corporation, St Mary's 776 33
" Westwood 13.600 0 1
" Delaware 5,550 DO I9.92G.32
Bonds and aiongages, nrsi
lien on unencumbered real
estate, worth to percent.
mnra 1 1 n nmntlTlI inftTTfi.
actually worth. HfiOm. 379,023 80
Examined and certified by .
J AS. H. GODMAN, Auditor of State.
No firn against the Company.
ma.tiur ,mnniit Inm.ml fn Irrv nn.
risk i .5O,000"
J. B. BENNETT, President.
J. H. BEATTIE, Soeretary.
Cutscrlbed and' sworn to before me: this 17th
. rX' r h iftr s- mnrtTjlTiirTt
AUgUSI, 1B1U. BAOUif a. UljOfMI(i,
Commissioner, o f Dc&ls
Jot Tenneeso . Ohio.
Stats ot TtarxissrE, CoMrrEOLiEaVOrricE,!
Nashvixxe. July 1. 1870. f
I, Ed. R. Pennebaker, Comptroller of tne Treas
ury, do hereby certify that the ASliES INSUR
ANCE COMPANY, located at Cincinnati, in the
State of Ohio, has produced to me satisfac
tory evidence that said Company has complied
with all tne requirements ox me iw t me out,
of Tennessee imposed -en Insurance Companies
tv1 T further certifv that JOSEPH NASH,
Agent of said Company, has also complied
with the requirements of the laws of the State,
mAA And nravidMl in such caseSI
Wherefore, said Insnranoe Company has author
ity to take risks and transact the business of Insur
ance irrtbl5iate, at aasnvuie, xenncsscc.
ED. R. PBNNEBAKEB,
aug23 tf " OowptrolWTerinsjsee.
EXERCISES IN THIS INSTITUTION MILL
be resumed ojs tjjo
FlltSX MONDAY lit OCTOHEa
next, and continued until the second Wed
nesday in July. Course of Study extensive and
thorough. Necessity expenses for collegiate year,
$18". Candidates for admission should be present
at the opening of the session, but are admitted at
any time. Persons- wishing more particular In
formation can address the President,
r B. C GBIER, D. D.,
sepl4-3tawlm Due West, a C.
A. 0 ADAMS & 00.,
EXCLCSrVTLT WnOLXSALX PZALXkS I
Boots Shoes and Hats,
-18 Public Square,
N A II V I L Ji E, T E IV IV.
Our Fall Stock is now complete, and U very (are
and superior, we will sell the trade at low prices.
101 mid, 103 . Market Street,
HAVE ReIdT FOR THE FALL TRADE A
complete assortment of every style of Plea
sure Vehicles, Including our celebrated "Magic"
Baggy, for two' or four passengers; Spring
Wagons for all purposes, with or without tops ;
heavy and light no top Buggies at very low figures.
The best article of Sulkies always on hand. Re
pairing done at moderate prices.
aul9-3m POWERS & HUNT.
IrtCImnccrr at IVnshville. Na'6,438.
STATE OF TENHK8SEE, Office Clerk and Mas
ter, Chancery Court at Nashville; July the 7tb,
1870. John K. Dickoreon, CompInant, vs. W. H.
Harris, Defendant. . .
It appearing Irom affidavit filed In this cause,
that defendant, W. H. Harris', Is a non-resident of
the State of Tennessee: It la 'therefore ordered
that he enter his 'appearance herein, before, or
within the first three, days'of 'the next term Df
said court, to be held on the first Monday In Octo
ber next, (1870.) and plead, answer pr demur to
complainant s bill, or the same will be taken for
runt esied as to him. and set'for hearing ex -parte.
and that a copy of this order be published for
four conaocutiyp weeks in the Nashville Union and
American. A copy Ai.tsf:
' Clerk and Master,
Guild & Smith, Solicitors for Complainant.
In Cbnnccr)' n WnAUvillc. No. 6,443.
nTiTK nv TRwwuqsF.E- OfSce Clerk and Mas
lO ter. Chincery Court at Nashville, July the
lBth. 187(1. William Cheatbam and wile, com
plainants, vs. Laura Huff and others. Defendants.
It itiinrini frrnn rn.mda.vit filed in this Cause,
that the nimos and residences of the' creditors of
Lewis B. IIiirT. deceased, are Unknown : It ia
thprofnrn nnlrrtil lht thev enter their Sppoar-
ance herein before or within the first three days'of
the next term of said court, to be held onxne nrst
Mntirtii In fVlnlwr nn). I fiTn.Vinfl Tjlesd. lSWer
taken for confessed as to them, and set for hear
ing ex parte, and that a copy of this order be pub
lished for four consecutive wees in toe juuimc
Union and American.
A copy Attest : M. B. HOWELU
N. Ed. Baxter, Solicitors for Complainants.
Tho Season has Opened
Porter and Ata
W 7E ARE NOWPREPARED TO FUBNISH OUR
VV customers and the trade in general with an'
article of the above beverage that defies competl.!
tion. and in any Quantity they may need. For
over twenty-t vo years we have been engsgedln
this business, and were the first- bottlers to intro
duce Ale into Tennesseefwhicbfrom a meagre
business at the commencement has angmented
into our present extensive trade. The Ale and
Porter we use ire brewed In Pittsburgh by the
most celebrated brewer cf these beverages in tne
United States, and we mrarantee their strength to
be double that of any other bottled in this country,
and free from adulteration.
We assure our friends that we will continue to
furnish them in the future as In the past, with the
beet article of these beverages tht can be made.
ine aemand for Ale and porter lor
has become very extensive, therabelngno healthier
beveracea for table use. and the disappearance of
so many ills to which families' were subject car
easily be traced to their nse. All orders left!
our establishment will receive prompt attention.
M. MCCOBMACK A UU.,
maylO-ta 105 South Cherry st., near Broad.
BLOOD HORSE ASS0IiTI0X
na's h vrms COURSE.
Col. W. H. JOHNSON, Tszstsxrr.
Ocf. W. G. HARDING,
UOI. ISAL.UH 7KI1U9,
MiJ. H. T. MASSENG ALE, I
Mar. H. Ti." CHEATHAM, J-Tiscnis. I
Cor. E.7T." CRAIG, J
Mb. JOHN W. 8HUTE.)
Mb.J;M. HINTON," Distance Judges.
Mb. JOHN MILLS, j
Ma. Hanar D. Mahtts, Mb. R. K. GnzEirnzLD.
Mb, JL Cv.PBicmrr, I MB- Tnoa. I. Gzobqe.
As. Ttmazsv. F Woods, and W.H. Johnsox.
' ' . . . .
C W. HUMMER, Tbzusubeb.
HUGH McGATOCK, Szcbkmbt.
First Day, Tuesday, October 11.
YOUNG AMERICA 8TAEE-For two-vearlds.
daih' of a mile. (25 entrance, play or pay1, the As
sociation to add $400: five or more to fill; to name
anil close the 20th day of August : to be run on the
rst day of ihe meeting, closed with the following
L A Buford enters h t Hollvwood bv Lexington.
data Miriam by imp Glencoe.
2. Turner and Johnson enter ch f Sue "Walton by
uaca aiaione, aam ny uapt igee.
3. A Barnes rntcrsbf Emma Sansom by Rogers,
dam Funshine by Engineer.
4.-Zeb Ward enters cb'c Commerce by imp Bon
nie cwuiuu, aam uouage uizi oy imp Alnderby,
S. John M. Clay enters ch f Saucebox.
6. Patrick O. Farrcll enters b c by 2d Lightning,
dam by 3tahomet.
7. G W Loud enters b f by Asteroid, dam Lula
Horton by Imp Albion.
8. Geo McClelland esters b o Williamsburg by
Lightning, dam Laura Spliman by Wagner.
3. Geo Cadwaliader enters ch f Moule Cade by
Lexington, dam by imp Weatherbit.
. 10. Cadwaliader and Tavlor enter br f Kate
Walker by Embry's Lexington, dam Carrie D by
11. Hubbard and Bacon enter bfBediebyEx,
' chequer, dam by 2d Altorf.
i 'J2. John W. Beaty Oo enter b f by lmn Bog,
13. JB Butler enters be Baton Bouge by Ulver-
tazi, uaui.uy lynemra.
14. Also, J c The Zaberiunzle, by Imp Bonnie
Scotland, dam Young Utfila.
15. F Blssicks enters e by Lexington, dam
Lightsome, by Imp Glencoe.
16. John Harper enters ch c by Endorser, dm
Nantura by Brawncr's Eclipse.
PIT. Also, ch f Little Girl by Endorser, dam by
V. James Shy enters eh o Bigaroon by Imp Bon
nie Scotland, dam by Laura Bruce by Star Davia.
'19. Miles Kelly enters b e Joe uckola by Com
modore, dam' by Union. - '
,20. Also, gr f Nellie Gray by Commodore, dam
by imp Sovereign.
,21. John A Miller enters Sentinel by Jack Ma-
lane, a&za uj luuub xi&miu.
22. Geo T Allmsn enters ch c by Bob Johnson,
asm Dy union.
23. D Swigeit enters b f Notre Dame, by Lex
1 ingfon, dam by imp Qlencoe.
2l Also, ch c Stockwood, by Asteroid, dam Ala,
bama by Brown Dick.
25. Jsso Joyner enters ch f by Meteor, dam
26. W G Lewis enters ch f by Rogers, dam Mln-
U10 nMeni uy imp uuiun.
27. C W McMillion enters e e by Bob Johnson.
dam by Stackpole.
23. F Harptr enters ch c'by Bonnie Scotland,
dam Rosette by imp Yorkshire.
23. D C Klnner enters ch c y Jack JIalone, dam
Velvet by Wa'jhrV Uvf
SO. JohnE Mills entera-b f by Lexinuion dau
Banner by Albion.
ST. Also, b f Onpen of firtrf a hv lmn Tinnnlfl RmL,
. .;-j"d, dam Geneva by Lexington.
S3, n 11 jueaiium eateni ca c rfeu uavu oy jaca
'Malone, dam Caroline by Imp Scythian.
33. Also, ch o Lesnder by Jack Malone, dam
Lda by Epsilon.
KENTUCKY STAKE. We, the nndiiraigued,
agree to run a sweepstake in the fall of 1870, witlj
colts and fillies' then three years old. Two mile
beats. $10 1 entrance, play or pay. To be run cn
the first day of the regular Fall Meeting of 1870.
Ten or more to fill. Association to add $500.
Closed on the 1st day Of August.1809, as follows;
LAC Franklin enters brf Kathleen by Lexing
ton, dam Maria Innls by imp Yorkshire, (own sis
ter fo Bulletin.)
2. C L Hunt enters b c Fljing Send by Legal
Tender, dam Peggy Ogden.
3. E AHmith enterachp by imp Beanie Scotland,
dam Emily Peyton by Lexington.
1. A Buford enters b c Lynchburg by imp Leam
ington, dam Neutrality by Revenue.
5. W G Hardlcg enters bf Beulah by Lexington,
dam Eureka by imp Glencoe,
6. Same enters ch f Vidette by Vandal, dam
Fanny G by imp Margrave.
7. Same enters b f Jessamine by Brown Dick,
dam Woodbine by Lexington.
8. Jos A Mabry enters br c Helmet by Lexing
ton, dam Nubia by Imp Albion,
9. Miles Kelly enters ch c Lewis by Gommodore,
dam by Captain Elgee.
10. Same enters, gr f Rosaline by Commodore,
dm sister fo prioress.
. 1L WEHarnes enters be by Rogers, dam Ella
Norton by the Colonel. ' "
12. Geo Cadwaliader esters b e Hamburg by
LeuuKMu, (uu oy unurcnuu
13. Same enters b f Australian, dam Dolly Mor
gan by Revenue.'
14. Paul and Jackson enter grf Ells Jackson by
.uguimug, aam oy imp xorasniro.
5. J B Clay enters-ch f Maggie B by Australian,
cam MaJeUna iv B"stnn
16. Rufua Lisle enterj oh g try lmn Australian,
dam Lavend-r by Wagner. r
17. Richards and Kilgour enter b c Bodine by
hh uiuce, aam Dy nmgnt or sr. ueorge.
IS Buckner and Stettmias onters ch c Doctor
Bnctncr by War Dance, data, Blonde by Imp
19 8 Y Keene enters ch f War Song by War
iaucr, uam oy tne unigoi oi bu peorge.
, SO It B Cheatham enters r c by Brown Dick;
aam uiamona uy lipsilom,
3 Same enters gr f by Brown Dick, dam by HI
awstia. t 22 Same enters gr c by Lightning, dam by
2f Geo T Allman enters ch f Jennie June by
Australian, dam Mattie areas by Lexington.
24 Bails Peyton enters chf Glenrose by Lexing
ton, aam same Lewis Dy imp uiencoe.
25 William Brady enters b f Lizzie Trigg; pedl
24 E T Craig enters ch f Miss Polly by Bob
j ouns on. dam Fannie Bugg by Ambassador,
27 2 Ward enters b f Masdane bv Lexlnnton,
dam bvimn I loot en.
23 HnTifiarrt and rwin pnlr rh f fAllln Tki.
wen oy Plonet. dam Delphlne by Bed Kye.
it same enters cn ,1 .r-nerpajae D nnerou, aam
Cholera by Wagner.
30 William I'ottriil enters b f Cricket by Dan-
lellJJJtta oam my wara try iexmgto
ASSOCIATION PURSE FOR ALL AGES.
$200 ; dash of a mile and a quarter.
Second Day, Wednesday, October 12
CITIZENS' STAKE, for all ages, two-mile heats,
$50 entrance, play or pay, tne citizens 10 add li.uuu
subscribers to enter bvtbe 20th day of Auirust
and to name the evening previous" to the race at 6
o'clock : to bo run on the second day of the meet-
1 Archer Cheatham. S OeorgeT Allrcan.
2 E A Smith, 9 Lm PauL
3 Hubbard tt Bacon. 10 A O Franklin,
4 Geo Cadwaliader.
11 Zeb Ward.
12 John W. Beaty & Co.
13 P Blssicks.
SET Craig & Son.
6 G W Stewart,
7 D Swigert,
1 SECOND, RACE.,
THE GREEK STAKE, for three-year-olds. who
nave not aDoeared in unojiz pnor to August ist.
1870. $25 subscription, play or ray, the Association
to aad $suo ; $50 to tne second norse.
1 Qeo Cadwaliader enters ch o by War Dance
dam Nora. bT Mahomet.
3 JO Bunton enters cn e Dy aieteor, aam Dy im
SAO Franklin enters ch o Alaska, by Bulletin,
dam by Imported Albion.
4 Geo T Allman enters ch f Evadne by -Lexington,
dam Volga (own Bister to Vandal.)
5 Also b f Jennie June by imp Australian, dam'
iiatuo uross oy ijexingtoo.
6 A. Barns' enters b cn Jim Hintoa by Rogers.
dam Madam House by, Leviathan.
7 John Taylor enters bri ny Brown Dick, dam
8 Hubbard & Bacon entsrach o Qen Walthall by
HlawathSjdam'Nannle'McClure by Ambassador.' '
9 RB Cheatham enters trr c King William by
lightning, dam Eats Jewell by Wanner.
' 10 John Jackson enters b 1 by Lexington, dam
by imp sovereign.
11. Thos Emorv enters b o Bob Walker by Em-
brva Lexinston. dam bv Gray Eagle.
i 12 D bwlngert enters br f Morlacchi by Lexing
ton, dam Banner by imp Albion.
13 W F Harper enters ch f Flash by Lightnirjg,
'dam by Ringed.
- ASSOCIATION PURSE, for all ages; $300; mile
Third Day, Thursday, October 13th.
THE MIKE BURNS STAKE, for. three-year-oldB.
mile heats. $30 entrance. $23 forfeit, to which
$500 will be added; five or more to fill; to name
and close tne Uulu aay oi August ; to oe run on tue
third day of tho meeting; closed with 31 entries.
1 A Buford enters b o Enquirer by lmp Leam
lngton, dam' Lida by Lexington.
2 A Cheatham- enters oh c Banquet by Brown
Dick, dam. Duchess De Herri by unp Sovereign.
3 John W Beaty & Co enters b f by Lexington,
dam Ella D by Vandal.
4 Darwin Bell enters g f Coup de Claire by Light
nlng, dam Dyioma.
5 C W Hummer enters blk cbr Hiawatha. rim
by Gamble f ' '
6 Miles, Kelly enters g f Boaallneby CosUso-
dore. dam byinrr Sovereign. - j
1 John Harrier enters b c Longfellow bvimn
Leamlnsrton. dam Nantura bv Brawncr's Eellnn.
B w a ii sr ding eaitrs ca i viae tie uy Yasaai,
dam Sanny G by Imp- MargraveL
10 W Q Lewis onters blk f by Black Locke, 6a
Alboni by imp Albion.
- ii-w jr aarper enters en t try ugngnng-, cagr oy
12 A O Franklin enlerSTblk o StXeger.bT Brown
JHck, dam Henoro Love by Imp Leviathan.
ia w u uaoaen enters o c am; irenazii oy
Llehtnme. dam bv Itufffht fef'St Geonre.
' 14 D Swlgert enters h f-Annettet by Lexington
aam Alice Jones by Imp Glescoe. . .
15 Also ch f Witchcraft by Lexfn'gtbn, dam imp
Weatherwitch by Weatherbit. 5 - -
id Aiso o Cilusreteer by Lexington, dam lieir-
s by Scythian.- . 1
17. Geo T AUman enter eri r ffnlnn far Tr!rrff-
lngton. dam Volg.(sister to TandaL)
18 Also b f by Imp Australian, damMaznrka .by
Lexington. " ' '
19 H A Smith enters b o Regent by Imp Bonnie
ScotlandVdam Lady Lancaster by Monarch.
20 Alo ch f Alice Ward by Lexington, dam
.Laura White by imp Glencoo.
, a i jaawi uaaer & Stanhope, enter ch f Catlna by
imp Australian, damby Lexington.
22 RB Cheatham enters gr f by Brown Lick,
dam by Hiawatha.
; ASSOCIATION PURSE, all ages, tHO. Dash of
1 two miles.
TIH It D BACK.
ASSOCIATION PURSE, all ages, $200. Dash of
a mile and a hal":
Fourth Day, Friday, October 14.
ASSOCIATION PURSE, aU ages, $500. Three
mile dash. '
ASSOCIATION PUBSEall ages, $500. Mile
hetts, three In five.
Fifth. Day, Saturday, October 15. ,
FIRST ItACE. -
ASSOCIATION PURSE; all ages, $200. Dish of
ASSOCIATION PURSE, .all ages, $500; Two
ASSOCIATION HANDICAP PURSE, all ages.'
$250, for beaten horses; mile heats; $200 to the
first; $50 to the second. Weights to be announced
tne evening previous.
"First Race Promptly" at 2 o'clock.
t7 Half the money offered In Parses will bo
given lor a waix.
far" Entrances for Association Purses five per
All communications addressed to
H. McG AV0CE,
W. H. JOHNSON,
C. W. HUMMER, Treasurer.
P. a Pool selling privilege for. the Fall Meet-,
mg, win oe, sota at tne .Merchants' Exchange, to
the highest bidder, on Saturday morning, Oct.
8, at 11 o'clock, purchaser required not to charge
muro inau a per cent. cQnimwaion on sales.
FUKMAX & Co.,
Wholesale Dry Goods
IVo. 1 IIlckH' Block, Xasbville, Tcnra,
A RE NOW READY FOR THE FALL TRADE.
XX. with a complete stock of Dry Goods and No
tions. All who desire cheap goods for prompt pay.
wm go weii to cau. aug-im
WJI. E. SI'CAHipEXi. f- 7. MITCniLL
McCAMPBELL & MITCHELL,
Corner of College aad Church streets,
A cents for Tennessee Petilientiarr,
ASD DZALZSS ET
LWAYS KEEP ON HAND, TO WHICH WE
X. invite the attention of all merchants dealing
in the following line of goods r
lied Ccillir Ware, such as Churns, Buck
ets, Tubs, Water and Sugar Cans, Cedar Waid
robes, Moth Proof. Cedar Chest?.
' lloHd'w i'iirtr oml C'aeiligu.
, Fnrnitur Marble Tori Bread Tables;Dixle Cast
Plows; Double Shovel Plows; Cotton ScrspVs,
Corn Shellers. WAGONS, CARTE?, Garden anrl
Also, have on hand, 2,000 Pieces Hemp
Bttgalug, which we are selling at the lowest
price for cash.
Will 6end Prico List when reiueeted.
Hu&CRT ItlOOKE A; CO.,
Cotton ash Tobacco Factors ind General Commie
No. 131 Petarl Street, "New York.
BOUT. SIOOUE (c CO.,
Cotton and-Tobacco' Factors and General Commis
J. M. Uarsey, Son & Cq,,
Kos, If and 1G Broad Street,
Are anthorixed by ns to attend to our interests in
Tennessee, and will make liberal CASH AD
VANCES on Cotton, Tobacco anil other
- produce consigned to us.
BOUT. MOORS & Ca', laewTprk.
selJ-diwtf ROBT. MOO BE & CO., Cincinnati.
t. M- cinsrr. wac d. m' is a. w. a. cakszt.
Lata of Bailey, Ordway & Co.
:J. M. COTI. SOH&CD.,
cotton ana Ton o ceo Factor and
j Hos. 14 and 16 jBroad Street,
(Formerly occupied by Bailey, Ordway k Co.,)
TETUaNlNG THANK TO' OUR FRIENDS
Jtli for their valued pstronage during the
past season', we' hopd by industry and close at
ientiin'to buffness to'merlt a contlnnanceof their
tonfHence We hsve nnw in store and will be con
stantly recoiling BAGGING, BOPE and IRON
TIES, which wi'l be furnished at the lowest market
' Having smplo room, we; are .prepared, to store
and sell Cotton and other produce, and will make
liberal CASHAD VANCX3 when stored with us or
shipped to our friends, Messrs. Root. Moore &
Cj., New Tork and Cincinnati.
J. M. CARSET, SON ft CO.
Nashville, Sept. 13, 187v. djtwtf
PERKDS & HOUSE'S
Non-ExplosivH Coal 01 Lamp,
Constructed on. Sir Homp.hrey Davy a Plan.
, ; .JTIIE.',
H03T EMJSENT SCffiNTTFIQ HEN
! 1. Absolutely safe under alt circumstances, both
from breaking and .explosion
' It gives twice as much Bght from same sized
' 3. It consumes 33 per cent, less oil.
4. It Is ornamental and durable lasts a life
S. It gives no odor or smoke In, burning, turned,
never so low.
6. The steadiness and brilliancy of the flame
7. It is a successful rival of gas at, a trifling ex,
This last statement Is verified br same of our
citizens who hare quit the gas and arousing these
We Invite the attention of the public to these
wonderful lamps. Use them, and we shall have
ns moro snocamg a earns ana lernoie ures irom
coal oil Jamps exploding or breaking.
General Depot at DOBTCH & II DDOX Drue
Store, where von' mar see- them burninz every
Jiignt. - , ;
Agents wanted in every county.
General Agents for tin State.
Nashville, Sept, 7,1870 tf
Tiie Tarmer s Favorite.
CKEATLV I3IPKOVED. ,
BICKFOKD & irUFFUlA'S
With the lupro-vtxf Onano Attacbmeat aad Grtss
i aeod sower.
A CONTINUOUS GRAIN DISTRIBUTOR.
The Dlstfleratum of ISeodefs i
Perfect In Mechanical Construction!
Perfect In its Performance of Workl
Sowing all grains, from the coarsest Marrowfat
Peaa to the finest kerneled wiih accuracy. Thistle
balla-'aad' dirt da not dog. it.' Seeding an rren
continuous stream through each tube; peforming
equally well np hill or down, aide hill or level.
No Bunching of Grain 1 k
no Liability to Get Out of Order or Broken I
Built as' a olaln Grain Tlrin with rlirrrnnitnv
Seed Attachment. For one of th(t incomparable
machines,- address. W. L. BUCKINGHAM,
oarB-ly No. tin S. Charles St., Baltimore, Md.
Comer ot Front and Broadway, Cisciskati, O.
cbdhs the MaKAOXMZST.qr ...
S. JOHNSON, Superintendent. jj .
Rooms on the riverside.
W. K. ELLISTOS'S FiiTATI
I I B
T1? ,P;5?3UANCE OF THE WILL OF THE
uJ, WB-2rUioii, we wBI sail, at puhlto aat-
M - 5.
Tuesday, jand "Wednesday, 27th.
and 28th September, 1870,
the following nlruhU Ti rrtTi al Timn vtv
On TUESDAY, beirmnln af if oVloeS . v' an
the premlsejjwe will sell one lor fronting-22 feet
i uiuici uu aa wi uae oz auraet trees, next to
Morris ft Stratton stora heuse. romrtnff back 105
feet 5X Inches.
une. lotcscMaiarery lu the rear, fronting 22 feet
7 Inches! on .Front street, and runalajt back ICS feat
One lot fronting 20 feet V Inches on Front
street, in the rear of the store-noose belonging to
Cm estate of Andrew Ewing.
Also, slot Orcoting Ml feet on. the east side of
Front streets next to and south of the count v fill.
running back 200 feet to the river.'
Terms One-third cash, balance- in one and two
years, with Interest.
ImmedlatelT after the sal of thl3 rroDertr. wa
-will sell, for CASH, the following
STOCKS AND MO.DS :
rria Davidson county L. and N. R. R. Bond.
Jl.OCO, issued April 1, 1835, due April 1, 1375.
Twocity ot aiempms ikjuuj, usucu juij
1, 18SO, due 1st July, 1880.
10 shares L. anl N. R. R. Stock, $100 each.-
C6 shares Union Bank stock. $1U0 rach.
223 shares N. and C. R. K. stock-, $23 per share.
shares Tenn. and Pacino B. B. stock, $39 per
'8 shares Richland Turnpike Co. stock, l'J3 per
15 shares Elllston Jt Evans' N. and N. W. R. E.
stock, $U0 per share.
20 shares Commercial Insurance Co. stock, $30
20 shares New Tenn. Marine and Fire Ins. Co.
stock, $30 per share.
lis shares Old Tenn. Marina and Fin Ins. Co.
stock, $50 per share.
And on WEDNESDAY, 23th inst. beginning at
11 o'clock, on the premises, we will sell
A NlfflDER OF LOTS,
Boms fronting on Church street, and others front
ing on Railroad stieet, next to and immediately
west of the Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad
This is all
Most Desirable Property,
and the sale being to wind up the estate, will be
positive and no hy-bidding. So this la another
Chance to Get Bargains.
Terms same ai above mentioned one-third
cash, balance on ona aad two years, credit with
ELIZABETH B. LLXSTON,
E. B. ELLISTON,
BROWNS At CHEATHAM, Agt'a, Ci N. Cherry-St.
Life arance Compasy
A. 13. & W. P. ITDKLEy,
GENERAL AGENTS FOR MIDDLE TENNE33E3
No. G Maxwell House, Nashville, Tran.
GEN. JAMES mCEMAN.l Local Agents, Xash
E. R GLASOOCir, vllle, Tenn.
T. A. ATCHISON, M. D-.l M-dkal Examlnera.
O. W. CURRET, M. D., f aledkai txaoinerj.
X amber of Policies) in 1SC9 ..S,778
Amount Insured in 1SG9 721,216,000
Whole rinnibcr of I'ollcieu I
tried by tb.p ConrpQuj- .uL87,0Qq
Axootts 53,.100,102 SO
Number of I'qHc1c laniied in Julr,
Annual Premium 8j 1S1.30O.03
Agents wanted In every Con in the State.
For Stato at large, address
TO. C. WILCOX,
For Middle Tennessee, d,ru
A. K & W. I. lit It LEY,
jy26-ly " NaahvCi.
Southern Pump Warehouse
ESTABLISHED I 1S52.
Pumps ! Puriipp ! j
iTTE HAVE NOW ON HAND THE LARGEST
T V stock of Goods to. our Une In the Boufhern
market, and having bought on unusually favorable
terms, we are determined to sell at prices which
cannot fall to please our customer.
List of leading Articles Kept in htoqt.
PI PES, ETC Iron Pipes, all sizes, for gas,
steam and water; Galvanized Pipe, Light Cast-iron
Pipe, Lead Pipe, Vitrified Clay Pipe, tod fitting
for all the above kinds t Sheet Lead, Pig Lead,
Bloc L zinc-Rati Tubs, WashStands,
WateT Closets, Hot Water Boilers, Iron tunas, mm
with coupUnga; Basin Cocks, Shampooing Cocks,
Ber Cocks, et.
Hf'jfraiiJS, ETC Artesltn Pa3's, Been Well
Pumps, Lift Pumps, Cistern Pnmpf, Forcerpiuupr
Wooden Pnmpa.Chain PumpvUo Pumie, Hydraul
ic Bams, Hydrants, Steam Uuagre, Stram Whistles,
Steam Traps, Globe Valves, (-top Cocks, Oil Globei
and Cups, Cylinder Ccckvetc
OAS FIXTURES, ETC-Oaa and Oil
Chandeliers, Hall Lights, etc, of every descrip
tion. HENDEESOH BROS.,
No. 73 N. Cherry St., Nafhville, Tena,
Nrar Nev Fostouca,
In Chianeery nt Nnliville No. 6,3il
STATE OP TBinnSSKK OIBob Clerk and
Master, Chancery Ourt at Nashville,
April the 5th 1870. Julia Ann Joiner, com
plainant vs. D. C Love, executor, etc., and
It appearing from adjarit filol in this caiue
mat .ucienuants Christiana
thost. bamnei c.
C'hoat. Eliza .1. Choat, Mar-
tha L'hoat, Evalino thont. FrecerU C'hoat.
Hcttr choat and Julia J Choat, are all non
fesidents ofthtfState of Tcnnesse. ami it also
ai'peariag frrjfri the return or the bherin tbat
dciumlan t Orlenia Joyner, Sarah C. Manning
and Martha Manning, are not to Tia found; It
Is'thercfore ordered that they en'er their ap
learance herein, before or within the first
hrcedaxior the next term of &iid Court, t)5
be held on the first Monday in October next,"
Si0, and plead, ansvror'or demur to coraplain
ant's bill, or the same will be taken for con
fessed as to them and set for hearing exparte,
and that a copy of this order be published for
four consecutive weeks in the Xuhvillc I'aioa
A cojry Attest: 3L II. HOWELL,
Clerk, and Matter.
Brown & Re id. Solicitors for Complainant,
i sep2 lawtt Fridays
In Chancery nt XnslrrUIe Jfot. S.Sfii
jCJTATE OF TENNESSEE, OfHce Clerk and Mss
O ter. Chancery Court at Nashville, April 14th,
1870, KhFSvBmlth & Oo, OonrplalnanU,vs H. Ver
hoff & Brother, and others, Defendants.
that defendants, H. Verhoff and O. Verhoff, are
non-residents of the State of Tennessee: it ia
therefore ordered that they enter their appear
ance herein before or within the first three days
of the next tcrmof said Court, to be held on th
first Hobday In October next, (1870), and plead,
bnjwer or 4enrur tpqomplalnant' bill, or the same
Mill be taken for confused as to thrm and set for
bearing exparte, and that a copy of this crder'be
published forfuurconsecullve weeks In the Nash
vllle Union and American.-
A copy attest: M. B. HOWELL,
Clrrk and Master.
Wilkin k ChamberliaSoliuton for Oimrfiln.
ints. sepS- awit Friday.
In Chancery at Nusliville. No. 6,412-
STATE OF TENNESSEE, Offlco Clerk and Mas.
ter. Chancerr Court at Nashville. Jure thn
33tli,T87a. Anthony a. Abbey, Complainant, vs.
Isaio Paul and others, Dt fendanta.
I It appearing from affidavit filed in this cause,
that the defendant WinfleM H. fWmm fa c
resident of the State of Tennrases: It ia there
fore ordered that he enter his appearance, herein
before or within the first three days of the next
term of aald court, to be held on th firrtMonday
In October next, (1370,) and pled,arurwer or de
murto complainant's bill, or the same will bo
taken for confessed as to him, and set for hearing
exparte, and tbat a copy of this order.be published
for four consecutive weeks in tho Nashvjllo Union
A copy attest : M. XL HOWELL,
Clerk and Master.
M. Vaughn, and J. C. tt J. M. flint. AillHton
for Complalnailt. soi2-lawlt Frl
T7X)R SALE A HALF INTEREST IN AN OLD
JL eatahliahed Printing Establishment, at Louis
Wile, Ey., doing a Very extensive business and
paying well. One-half lntercat will be sold on
very reasonable tenna-taagood, sober and Indus
trious printer, capable ot acting aa foreman.
irto one wno cannot come well recommended as
O the above qualifications need snnlr. Fnr nr
tlculars, call on tha undersirned at Tflos. Parkes
" uo,, ao. vi tsoum; Market street, Nashville
Tenn. w m. DUNCAN.
BEOOM COEH THRESHERS
And an klncli of
iBrooru Makers Tools and
Tor sale by U. A. TOOK,
jy24-eodtf 81 Broad at, Nashville, Tens.