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NASHVILLE UNION AND AMERICAN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1872.
UNION AND AMERICAN
DECEMBER S, 1872.
The Franklin Review favors the election
of. Hon. Rurke Bond, of Williamson, to the
Speakership of tbe House.
Eight Hundred men were discharged
from the IJavy Yard at Brooklyn, N. Y., on
Saturday aad fi7o hundred from that at
The names of Samuel Bowles, cf the
SprincGehl (Mass.) Republican, r.nd "Vies
PresUlcnt Colfar, aro talked of In Washing
ton to fill Mr. Greeley's place on the New
One 'of our exchsnses cays : M Everv
man who enclosed four ounces of turkey
Thursday destroyed fire quart3 cf corn."
Some men destroyed tbe corn without en
doting the turkey.
Secretary Boutwkll wants Senator
Wilson's place, hut it is reported Grant is
opposed lo his going out of the Cabinet. It
is asserted ia Washington that Mr. Dawe
will decline being a candidato, thus giving
Bout well a better chance.
The New Orleans Picayune 13 opposed
to a centennial celebration, or at least any
Southern participation in it. The St. Louis
Times asks, "Why bo?" and adds, quite to
the point: "If we haven't done as well as
we might in a hundred years, let us rejoico
that we have done no worse."
The Union City Courier urges Hon. J.
A. McCall for the Speaker of the Senate on
the ground of his eminent fitness for the
pisitlon, as well as that "Middle Tennes
cee has the Governor, and West Tennessee
is fairly entitled to tho Speakership of the
Senate, in the person of Senator McCall."
The Somerville Falcon of Nov. 28, states
that the resignation of L. L. Boyd, Repre
sentative elect, from Fayette and Shelby,
"bisbeenin the hands of the Governor
some time." If forwarded, tho resignation
has not yet been received. As. soon as it
comes to hand the Governor will order an
election to fill the vacancy.
Col. John W. Forney is "veryjiberal
with other people's money." He writes a
litter from Washington to hi psrer, the
Philadelphia Press, in which he expresses
the opinion that the President ought to have
a salary of 5100,000 a year and a
good private residence, the Cabinet minis
ters each 525,000, and the Supreme Justice
at least $20,000.
The Chesapeake and Ohio railroad, from
Richmond to the Ohio river, will be com
pleted and in running order by the first of
March next. But a fow miles now remain
uriinbhed. The road is said to be first
class in every particular, of a most solid
character, T rail, well ballasted and built
with referenca to the demands of a large
business, so that it can readily be converted
into a double track.
The Indianapolis Journal, a Grant or
gan, is the only Radical paper we have so
far seen that protests against the proposi
tion to run Grant for a third term. It
"Tbe country has reason to be disgusted
with those super-serviceable Republicans
who sre gabbling aoous re-eiecuiji; uum
for a third term, and who actually seem
anxious to p'aca themselves on record in
favor tfthepioject, if indeed so ill-timed
and misshapen a suggestion can be called a
Touching the speech-making qualities
of tbe fathers of the republic we have this
testimony: I served," says Thomas Jeffer
eon-in bis Memoirs, "with Gen. Washing
ton in the Legislature of Virginia before tbe
Revolution, and during it with Dr. Fraok
lin ia Congress. -I never heard cither of
item tpeak ten minutes at a time, nor to
any hut the main point, which was to de
cide the question. They laid their shoulders
to the great poln's, knowing that the little
ones would take care of themselves."
THE EI-ECTOKA-v. COLLEGE.
Tl,osU ration of the electors of President
and Vice-President is called to section 92'
of the Code of Tennessee which reads:
'Each elector of President and Vice
PreMdf nt t the United States, shall, before
tbe hour of twelve o'clock on the day next
preceding the dav fixed bylaw of CoDgresi
to!fet sj-id efficers, give notice to th.
Governor that he is at the seat of Govern
xwxt leady, at the proper time, to per
form the duties of elector."
This law was framed in accordance with
section 7, act of Congress of March, 1792.
The day fixed by act of Congress is the fint
Wednesday in December after their elec
tion, which is to-morrow, Dec 4.
By reference to our State Code, section
027 it is seen that:
'Tbe Governor shall forthwith deliver to
the electors pr(s.nt a certificate of all the
j.ames of the electors, and if.
on exmlt;ation th-ie.f, any elector
is alttent, and he shall fall to appear
tefore nine o'clock :n the morning of the
day of election of President and Vice-President,
the electors then present shall Im
mediately elect by ballot, in the presence
of tbe Uo.-eruor, any quauutu .to.v..i
zen of the State to fill eucIi vacancy."
Two vacancies are known to already ex
ist, one in the fifth district occasioned by
the death cf tho Hon. Joseph Motley, and
tbe Governor has bma notified that one of
the electors for tbe. State at Large, Hon.
JohnM. Fleming, will not be present on
"account of illness in his family. We have
also learned that Mr. Jarvls of tho first dis
Uiict will he unable to attend.
THE ELECT OK AI- TOTE,
'live Banner and the Knoxville Chronicle
l-otli favor thecastiDgof tbe electord vote
of IL3 Statft for Grant for President. The
Banner says It would bo "the most grace
ful, tasteful and appropriate thing conceiv
able ou the part of the Southern States."
If the Presidential Electors were elected bb
the representatives of political principles,
cud the Greeley Electors see iu Gen. Grant
& correct exponent of tho principles which
ihev advocated in the canvass, then their
voting for bim might be "graceitu, imiciui
and upprowlate." But if the Greeley
Ekctors believe thatlho Gretley iuatform
and ticket deserved, in the languago of the
Tennessee Democratic platform of May 9,
"the support of every patriot In the land as
agaiiKt a ticket representing the principles,
policy and practices of tho present Fed
eral Adminisiraiion," for them now to
cast their votes for Grant would bo base
abandonment of principle and of duty. True
Gen- Grant is re-olected. But does success
purify him? Is it any the less the duty of
"every patriot in tho laud" to oppose the
"ticket representing tho principles, policy
and practices of the present Federal Ad
ministration" li.an it was when Greeley
nA T?rr.wn weie nominated? When the
nf Administration disown and aban
don "the principles, policy and practices" of
consolidation, centralization and monopoly,
...a i, ond nracticothedoctrinesBOCiesr-
s enunciated by Jeffirson, and eo powerfully
onlorced by Jackson, then Rectors choien
l.Rr&nt platform may witn
grce, taste and appropriptiness support the
Elogrrapkical Sketches ef (be
feera of .tbe legislature.
Hon. S. K. N. Patton, Senator elect from
tbe first District, composed of the counties
of Johnson, Carter, Washington and
Greene, was born In "Washington countyv
Tennessee, In 1816, and is now 56 years
of age. He is a carpenter by trade and
followed tb.it occupatien until about the
year 1850, when he engaged in mercantile
pursuits, and In the manufacture of iron,
which business he followed from 1854 to
1860. When the late war broke out he
was a staunch Union man, and believing
that his allegiance was due to the Federal
and not the State Government, he opposed
secession, was a delegate to the Union Con
ventions, both at Knoxv'ille and at Greene-
vllle in 1881. In the GreeneviHe Conven-.
Hon Gen. Arnold recommended him as a
suitable person to be placed on the secret
committee from Washington. James W.
Deadends having resigned, and Wm. H
Maxwell having been nominated for the
place, Gen. Arnold moved "that S. K. N.
Patton he appointed, as he is not one of your
tender-footed, weak-kneed Union men."
In 1861 he was elected to tho Legislature
from Washlncton county, and during that
session, for some act not consistent with
the feelings of the extreme Southern men,
he was placed under bond in tbe sum of
$20,000, R. R. Butler and O. Powell, of
Knoxville. becoming his bondsmen. In
1863, he raised and organised the 8th Ten
nessee Federal cavalry, and served in ina
Union army until tbe close of the war; com
manded posts at Columbia, Franklin and
Gallatin, In 1864, and was complimented by
Brfcr. Gen. Andrew Johnson, while he was
Mdltarv Governor of the State, for the en
ergy he displayed In preparing for the recep-
t on of Gen. Wheeler, in hU raid into alia
die Tennessee, in Aueust. 1864. He served
as a member of the General Assembly in
1861 and 1862, and again in 1865 and 1866,
ia both of which terms he gave his constit
uents entire satisfaction. In the late can'
vass Col. Patton received the nomination
of the Republican party of his district and
Rtinnnrtpd tho pntiraRenubllcan ticket. His
pastoffice is Joneshoro.
Hon. Noble Smlthson, Senator elect from
the fifteenth district, composed of the coun
ties of Giles, Lawrence, Wayne and Lewis,
was horn in Williamson county, and Is now
thirty years of ara. He is a lawyer by pro
fession, and is now engaged in the practi
at Pulaski: was Attorney General for the
11th, now 9th, Judicial Circuit during the
years 1867,1868, 1SG9 and 1870, ana made
for himself quite a reputat'.on as a criminal
lawyer. In the late canvass Mr. Smlthson
made the race as an "independent candl
date," ignoring national politics and confin
ing himself to measures or btate policy.
He was repeatedly questioned during the
canvass as to how he stood on the Grant
and Greelev and Johnson, Maynard and
Chatham questions, but invariably de
clined to commit himself to either, ststlng
that he was "for himself alone," ana sssea
the votes of all who endorsed his views
upon questions of State policy presented
him. Amoncst other measures of
State policy, he advocated the repeal
of the ten per cent interest law and a more
thorough system of public schools, as well
as a strict, economical administration of tho
State Government. He will represent one
of the most populous and wealthy districts
ot the State, and being, wholy disconnected
from all partv influence he will be in a po
sltiontoadd much wholesome legislation
to the statutory laws of the State, and will
no doubt take an active interest in all mea
sures tendinz towards developing the re
sources of the State. His postoffice is Pu
Hon. J. Caleb Morgan, Senator elect from
the Sixth District, composed of the counties
of Louden. Monroe, McMinn, .Meigs, ttrau
lav and Polk, was born in Otsego county,
New York, and is now thirty-six years of
a-e. He is a lawyer by profession and Is
in the nractice at
n .1 1 t a'
Cleveland, having made considerable
,,iT, oo n mp.mber of the bar
ICIUUtilUU w "
in the Eistern Division of the State.
Tn the recent canvass Mr. Morgan made the
race without tbe action of a convention,
running as a Republican and supporting
hn PntirB ReDublican ticket. He has never
bafore been in public life, his present posl
tion being the first ever held by him, as be
nreferred devot.De his time to
- -j - tr
his nrofession. to mingling In politics. Not
withstandine this fact he is thoroughly post
ed in all matters pertaining to tho matt rial
interest of the State, besides ceing lamiuai
wv. v,Q ctntnrv laws of the State and
mui kuu n www j
the amendments necessary to bo made
ft is an ardent advocate of a more
thoronch and complete system of public
schools, and all measures tending In that
HirorMon will meet with his coraiat sup-
iiort. His ability as a lawyer, his power
a as debater.and his eentlemauiy anu anaDie
manner, rvUl place him In the foremost
rank amongst Senators, and he will repre-
of Mc .mititnnnta to their entire eatla
acion. His Postofllca is Cleveland.
TTon. S. S. Preston, Representative eieci
frnm thn countv of Wilson, was born in
Bedford county, Virgina, on the 22d day of
November, 1827, and Is now rorty-nvo years
nf cm.. He is now encaged in larming ana
in mfireantlle nursuiU, and has been a Jusj-
ticeo? the Peace in bis county for the past
twelve years. When the late war broke out,
feeling that h!s allegiance was due to his
sk.o hn raised a company of Infantry and
entered the Confederate army as a member
aku oiTiociGpft regiment In tho
itA oanrass Cant. Preston made the race
without the action of a convention, but
supported the entire Democratic ticket,
urging upon hla constituents the Import
ance of thorough ana corapiuiu u.ui--
the common acceptation of that
. t... i,a aior.iva manifested a
lively Interest in the weUfare of the coun
tr nnd is fullv nosted in regard to all mat
ters that will probably be brought before
.t. n AtnmWr. Whlltt VCrV COn-
,n Sn Vi? riAora. he is at the same
Mmft a thorouah Democrat and a strict par
twan. and earnestly resrets tho divisions
aud dissensions in the Democratic ranks
during the late canvass, and predicted wun
nn.i, rfnir..tx7 th? rf-snlta broucnt aoout
hv thn disorcanizatiou of tho party. With
UiUVU VV '
nut crimination or recrimination, ne win
now nrge upon both factions of the Demo
cratic party in the late canvass to iorget an
nast differences and once more unite to
rir fnr the common good of the State.
Hewlllbeauseful member of tee House
of Representatives, and will represent nis
.itftmnta in their enure mudwwwu.
His postoace is Simmons' Bluff.
Hon. PhiUp Llndsley, Representative
iDnf fmm Davidson county, was born In
r . hi. ,i ta fWrtv .veara of aso. iie
jsasnvuiu, " """"j "
?. nn nf thft late N. Lawrence Llndsley,
t.t. TV fnrmanv vears Tennessee's eml
nent educator and scholar. Mr. Llndsley
wm In attendance at the Lebanon Law
School when the war began, and became a
Eemhfirof ia'attcm'3 Saventh -Tennessee
..(Confederate) regiment for & short while,
when ill health compelled his aiscnarge
from the army. For some time during
the war, lie studied his -profession in
the law office of Hon. Balie Peyton. In
18S8. President Johnson nominated him to
the. Senate for thtf position of United States
Attorney for Middle Tennessee. As a mem
ber of the Nashville bar, he is most iavora
bly known for bis close and successful at
tention to tho business of his proiession,
and has already attained a lucrative and
growing practice, principally in the Chan
cery Court, and in business conneciea wun
the settlement of estates. He is a mem
ber of tho present City Council of Nash
ville, and on the organization of his Board,
came withiu one vote of being elected Its
President, electing his opponent by
hla own vote. In the popular course of
lectures delivered at Nashville in the winter
of 1863, under the auspices of the Robert
son Association, Mr. Llndsl y, was one of
the lecturers, and his discourse on the "JUite
and Times of Dr. Samuel Johnson," was
highly commended by our citizens ana
press, and was repeated to a crowaea noufe
at Lebanon, on tho invitation oi some oi
its leading citizens. He is now a membtr
of tho Law firm of Humphreys aiunasiey,
the senior member being Judge West H.
Humphreys. Mr. Llndsley's membership
of the Legislature, will be the first political
office ever, held, or sought ny mm.
At the request of many of his fellow
citizans, ho announced himself as an
Independent candidate. Davidson county
was entitled to four Representatives, i ce
Pnn ntv Tipmocratic Convention had four
nominees in the field, the Republican Con
vpntion two nominees, and there were two
other Independents beside himself, making
nine candidates, with four to oe eiecieu
In his published address, Mr. Llndsley took
Rtmns cround in favor oi ruoiic ocuuuib,
t.hft maintenance of the State credit, and
Immigration. Though announced only fif
teen days before the election, ana wiiuout
maklns a slnale speech, ho was elected by
thelanrest vote any man over received in
- n fc
noiiisnii rnnntv. for anv omce. ins
AS4V"WM J V
candidacy was tbat of an In
Conservative. and ne
received the votes of all parties, Democrat
ic and Republican alike. Coming to the
Legislature, from the capital county or ma
State, with the almost unanimous vote of
his neonle. he feels there are no party odu
iratinns reatlnff unon him, that will shackle
hto nffiirt t.n serve the best interests of all
of our people. Among his friends and no
man of his ace In tbe State has more, Mr.
Tjeto-ir 5 TirnminpnUv mentioned for
GDeaker of the House, and his name will
Ka npd for that nosition. on the
organization of the House in January.
Office of TennesgC8 & Pacific
"Xf ASHVILI.E, TENN., DEC. 3, W2-A
Vi mettlng of the Stockholders of the T. & P.
n. B. Co.-is called to meet at the office of the
Company, in the city of NashTiUe, on Friday,
Jan. 3, 1S7S, "lor purpose oi consjucrmK '
providing means to discharge In full the dtbt in
cjirred In purchase of the State's interest in this
JSoad, under provisions of act of the General
Assembly, passea ai aica zs, io
dec3 lm R. W. MILliEB, Sec and Treas
mm NASHVILLE CHORAL SOCIETl
JL will give their
First Grand Concert of the Season
On Wednesday HIelit, Doc. 4,
At McOLURE'S HALL. Tickets, BO cents
First Large Winter Sale.
7-EATMAST, SHIELDS & CO. "WILL SELL
Y o .weHiT- Tnni-ninf art December, commenc-
t n i.,t- a Iut-co wfll wlrr!ed lint) of
fresh, 8va-onable, staple and fancy Dry Goods in
ereat varietv, to wmcu w in sniucu u uuiu
ally attractive assortment of desirable variety
,Jw4. .n;taTii tn thfl times and season, we eo-
firit ihn ttf ntlou of dealers. deel 2t
THOS. CHADWELL. A. W. JOHSEOX, JS.
DEAD WiiLL, JOHNSON & CO.,
Meal Estate Agents,
WILL ATTEND TO
Buying', SellJnff and Renting
Also to tbe Negotiating or t,onns,
And will make CASH ADVANCES on Proper
ty or xtenis wuere yarud unuo
Office. No. 42 Cedar Street,
NEARLY OPPOSITE POdTOFKICE.
(Successors to HUlman, Bro. & Sons,)
Kos. 52 and 54 North Marbct St.,
O 2rL Z
mm innvE nriANQE BENDERS it
I .v-i .1 i....:.... nf lin.utAN
tf .ri I M I Klinillll IMI KI.IL 11.1. IIQ tuwu
. . i . l I I . . TTT I. n.n
rr rannul (hntA lnritp(l tn US to COm fOr-
w-irrl and settle, their indebtedness. To our old
friends a d customers we return our manno iur
their liberal yatronage, ana solicit lor our suc
cessors a continuance oi tne same. ,
WM, I.MAN. MltlJ. V nUA".
Dee. 1. 1872. deel 3m
NARirvir.r.ie. Tes.. Dec. 1, 1872.
mrrv r .iDTvminP WTimTT TTAS EXIST-
i edbuween us, unuer me siyie ui vtriKuv.
Hooper & Co., Is this day dissolved by mutual
consent. . ,
irk. knalnaaa nf XTrlalit TJnnnpT l ,D. Will
1UO II JOl.i.J v. , . ' ' "
be wound up bv nt, at their old stand, No. 2 City
Hotel Block, where those Indebted to them are
requested to can anu seme, i ainou;
XllUa. . lllbiunx.
FREDERICK A. SHEPHERD,
WD-iLIAM. 11. illTUJLUiJjU.
1T..1..I.V I Ct.antri1 William H. IHltf.hpll.
Hiram Y. llOODCr. James B. Jilchurdson.
Sheplieid, Hooper & Co.,
NO. 2 CITY HOTEL BLOCK.
W Hooper & Co. their stock of Goods, and
will continue the business as above at their form
er location, where their books may be found. We
. . Tf TT A TTTTffTll Asr-.lt KHII.U WK1UU1.
solicit the patronage oi aii pruuiii
trading in thU market
deel It siLtirnanu, nuui i-u iv viu.
Central City Properly
On TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10,
AT 11 O'CLOCK, I WILU UrtUB sua
sale, on the premises, two valuable Business
Lots, (tne property o i mm. auo mui.u,;cu
t Ad on the west side of North Cherry street.
nearly opposite the late residence of Jacob Mo-
(Inn frnnta 9Ji I'ffit. RH(1 the Other
running back about 175 feet to Over-
t0Et.i i' lo nnti-llir InratMl. on nnfi nf
X lllS VI U'T-1 1J 1.' T. . . ... . j . . , . .
the nrliicipal-business thoroughfares of tho city,
.. r . 1 1... ,T. 1. . r.1.1 T' TTI1 1 Tl 0 Til l
ana is aesunfu owu wuvvi um;
.. . 1 .1 .. i .... . T. ..!.. O i.r. TTTT-TTT '1
uapitausts, wuu umuo . , j
ir End nrofltablo investment, rtiould not fall
to attend this sale.
Terms made known on aay oi saie.
SEAL ESTATE AGENT,
nov30 Ms No- 8Q a. Cberry M.
Money! Money! Money!
A NUMBER OF PABTIES
Desire to Borrow Money
On Real Estate Securities or on good Collaterals.
Those having money w ioan uuiu uunaiw
call on us. . . " . '
mv2T sod tf Agentt,
Tlie Strakosch Concerts'.
The second and last Grand Concert,
Tills Kvftiiinff. Dec 3U. im.
The tmblto are respectfully Informed that
M'lle CARLQTTA Jt'ATTI,
Tho world renowned wraiamcu.
Miss A. Ic OABT, we iavonie American
Wile T. VlBOHUj ins J-aiemcu xoung
Moui. IS. ejAUBET, Uio eminent vioun vir
SiEiior E. BCOliABA, tho eminent Basso,
The celebrated Tenor.
Conductor blUAOtt 3IASZO.
WiU make their first appearance inaashville
Ibln Evilng, Tuesday, Doc. 3d,
ADMISSION. including Tiesenred Scat, 82
and 82 OO, according to location, ueneral Ad.
mission w. , . . ,
The sale of Reserved Seats now at Dormant
"Webr Pianos used at tho Strakosca Concert.
M National Bank fetock
drArt Shires of tho Capital Stock of the 2d
national uanioi naauviue, given as uunaiciar
security to secure tho pi.yn ent of a $2,500 note
Ana tVnm TXi.nli TTnllrAA tn IT. M. STWlflilTll . Kl'r
of Thos Martin, dee'd, said note being dated
Jan. 12, 1S71, and payable twelve months after
dite, with ten per cent interest. I have a power
of attorney from Hugh McCre fr Co. to transfer
said Stock on the Books of tho Bank;
On Saturday tne ?th day of
Tmin .f i pnrfTinnu ilnnr. In Nashville, be
tween the hours of 10 A M. and 3 r. M., offer f r
sale to the hiuhest blOUor enouch of said stock,
for cash, to iry salu note, interesc ana cof ia.
noTeeodtu ti. t. jujw, jxivy.
Notice to Conslprnees.
OFFICE GENERAL FREIGHT AGENT,
UASUV1LL1S A.K1J UttdiTAAUUds.
Nashville, Nov. 25, 1872.
AWT'(J Tn TTTTl INABILITY OF DRAY.
J men to remove promptly from our Depot
freight for delivery in tho city, notes is hereby
given that all good left in our warehouse over
. ..4 .... V. n m t-o olpr lintn( pliprVpfl frnm the
cars, mutt be at Vie entire risk of the otontrt or
It is hoped that consignees will use every exer-
liAlr fppifrht in nnlpr thfit there
may bo no susDfnsion of business from our sta
tions or connecting roaos to uus cny; auu wuuo
willing, during the horse epidemic, to afford
.'..iittv in mii wivr lii thft vnv of stnrAtre
room, our risk must terminate at tho expiration
z. 1 , ,--,.t ,. t i ....1.,1.1
OI iweiliy-iour IHJUta UILCa iiciiut " uuiwaucu
coiil nntlr-o will hn civen to conslcmces or their
agents, and where place of businessla not known,
will be sent through Postofflco. -
General Freizht Agent.
novlo lw uj
SOLD VEBY IOW BY
PAUL & TAYEL.
Proclamation toy the Governor.
mTTV n TITinWV. finvftrnor of ths Rtatfl
of Tennessee To all who shall see these
nncmris A VinAVflV RVTST55 TK
lV . I. nffirtn ftf lnn..atitatlrA In thA tTnnw
f f lilt? VI ii.itv.'vuwi..u ' " "
of Representatives of the 38th General Assembly
M.i r-. . . i . fT. .. . , r. I? .1 t n
OI UIO OUIW3 Ul L IIUU1 WCitovM-
uta iuuib. w .... --
.AnnA nn:l Wavnn rutlRAfl hv ft 'Itle VOlftr be
tween the two candidat- s receiving the highest
votes lor paiu uuiuc ni cicwiuu ubiu v
6th day of November, 1CT2; and whereas, the
Board of Inspectors, composed of the Governor
and the Secretary of State, as authorized by the
provisions oi uuapier o, secuuua o nuu ui mo
Act or tne ueuerai As-mDiy, Ilaeu mo iomoi
xi n.i.i wrr hnvn rnmnftTPd the vote of said difr-
trlct a'n t declared that there Is a tie vote be
tween the two h'gnest canaiuate, anu mere is
ro legal election, and that the office is vacant;
v, .1, ..r,!.-.. T .Tnli.i "Rrnum. (iorfrnnr
of the State of Teuntssee, by virtue ot the tower
and authority vested in me by the Constitution
and laws, hereby order an election to be held
wltnln tue liraiui oi uaiu inuiuui jamuiw
nn ThnrKfiav. tbe 2d day ef
tn fin mm r..-imo' snfi thn shpritl and other
AmAAN n.,tr...iUIl lur lour -tr-ith file (lnties in said
VJiil V.I. . n cuuu-.vu uj .. "
Uounlles win, on saiu aay, pruceeu mj uikumw
hold said leciion at hU the various precincts
and votinc: places within thtir re Tiectlvo coun-
.:c .1 a M.im. m oVii n-i Timvlilen hv law.
.L'.ll k.lil. ' ' t " " ' . J
111 IC3U111V1II tiv-.w., - - J
i 1 1 1. - ..,...,1 tho P.rplt ni' nf
I1" 8 J State to be affixed, at Nashville, this 27th
cay or Kovcraoer,
.tji i. i it ROVTS. Governor.
T. H. BUTLER, Secretary ot bUte.
n EVERAL BEAUTIFUL RESDDENCES,
In South ainviiie, wesi asnvmo auu "Kr
field, at ereaUy reduced prices. Now is a good
time tor renters to buy who want to save money.
(OlilUA'liflU U AVlt A K WKA fvI.K.V.
AH Ulil U.1 1
For Rent for 1873.
Large and small, in the city an In Edgefield;
storehouses. Ollices, Bedrooms. Also,
several r arm. .
.. T1 VUTAV UlUHARftWKAKLKl.
nov27 eod tf ' Agents.
TTTATING BEEN APPOINTED AND qnau-
tt .l Aitmli.lalritnr nf thn pstlliii of Noah
Crane, dee'd, all persons owing saia estaus ai o
1 Httl tr. Sr. tKroinf unit sottlp. and
those having claims against the estate are re-
questea to presem ma imowiuiiu iuo umo
ecriDCU Dy law, or mey win oe lorever ibiicu-
. R. WIT HEY, Adm'r.
ALL THOSE HAVING CLAIMS AG Air a i
the estate ot T. B. Rains, dee'd, will present
i...m rc!.li!i tliA HmA T.TAnrrlifil tiv lacr ar 1h6Y
will bo barred, and all persons owing said estate
.1 i 4V. n1 nn.l nn1-n nnnmant tlQ
Will lUeUSo CUUiO IU1 Wtwu 4uu uaao
Nov. 12. 1872. novl3 lm
DR. MOSES AND J. B. LOVE, ESy , Ot
Nashville, will open an Institute, on the 1st
of January, isi j, tor me oare 01 ouuuiumu6
and Impcuiments in opcecu, wiiim wm
Art, will continue to give instructions during
jjt. JH0SC8- aDsencu. uiin
Stallion for Sale.
I WISH TO SELL THE THOROTJGH-BBED
horse Banquet, foaled in 1867, a handsome
chesnut. 15 hands 3 inches high, ot fine constitu
tion and temper; sired by Brown Dick, first dam
Duchess de Berrl "by Imported Sovereign, and
i she own sister to the noted horse ' Berry." He
is finely adapted lor a country stauion, ana win
k. aoii, im rpnsonablo terms. For further par
ticulars enquire of
. it . . in. n nTTTT l inr 1 If
-IU AlVlJllljO. UflliAliiniHi
-TY V.KTUE OF A "VBIT OF FIEKI Fi
JO clas to mo dlrected,,and delivered from the
Honorable Law uourt ot i.aviuson county, j.ciih.,
at its September Term, 1S72, I will expose to
nublio fate to the highest biddsr, for cash, at
1 . . 1 i.. i.. . 1 n 1 V... I.Jll . nn
the UOUTlllOUSC UOOrill uiu uny ul iiikuiiuc, uu
Saturday, the 11th day of December, 1S72, be-
. i.r.i T.nra oil tliA rTohr titlA. p jiim and
LIlVCll 11 .1 1 111 uu u. 1 j I"" - 1 - 1 . V .
interest that Arthur M. KuUege has in and to
the lonowing rcai csuiic, iu-wiw aoir.ii iuui
land on Kutlege Ulll. in tue pian 01 101s recorueu
in the ltegistar's Offlce of Davidson county, in
book 21, page 73. Said lots are numbered as fol
lows: 50, 51, 52, 53, each fronting 60 l'eet on the
north side of M iddleton avenue and fronting the
University gruuuuc, tuu luwmi.g uam ubinbiTU
..ii..i iinaa fx i fMi inn iK rnnt uIImv 'Xl null 21
1111 ..111.1 utlw .VJ v. . w uv. j ,
ech frontlne 60 feet on the west side of Kutlege
. . i ' i i. i . i .... .... 1 1 l 1 1 ......
Street anu ruuuiug uata UvIhtcii jiaiaui;! hiim
150 leet to a 15 foot alley; and 93 fronting 50 feet
on tne nortneasi siae oi iieuauon iuxdiukc, tuu
veyed to said Rutlejie by two conveyances re-
ccraeu in saia omce in dook pugo oi, au iu
hnnV AT na fri MO OTill liplnrf Ipuldrl OH 3J1 thft
1W 1 1 " J ...." ....... .w . .
property of Arthur M. Kutlege to Fatlflty a judg-
oitelnct ri.m ami In fevnr nf .TtimP f.hHTTI-
betlin for nine thouFand, three hundred and
nity.uve uoaars, i$,doo,i Desiucs uiiubi. uu
Dated this 15th day of November, 1872.
K 1. w HIT WO K.TH, Sheriff.
By II. H. W LK1NSON, Deputy.
novlO dlt Nov 19&26 and Deo 3&10.
For Sale in Edgefield,
A SMALL FRAME COTTAGE. ON THE
r ime oi t"c oireei . -i- "vr-:....
ALo. a t-mall Frame Hoiu-e in West Njshville,
r. m nnr month, at S700 cash. Both
aw wv f
a txvl kfl& WEAKLET.
AXVUUiUAW.if - .
mr38 taitf Ageatfc
ST. CLOUD HOTEL
COMER CHURCH km
New Furniture in every Room House in thorough re
pair Fare unsurpassed
accommodating "Waiters attentive. Pa
tronage respectfully solicited.
WM. I TAHOTEIS, 3?rorietor.
Deo. 1, 1872.
First National Bank
Ko. 55 Korth Ck)llee Street.
TUB DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF
the United States for Middle Tennessee.
M. BURNS, O.R.PABSOK,
MICHAEL VAUGHN, A.O.EWING,
A. L. DEMOSS. W. Y. ELLIOTT,
Receives Deposits; deals in Foiatgn and Do
mestio Exchange, Gold, Silver ano Government
Securities. Collections made and remitted for
ob day of payment at current rate of Exchange.
OsTenue Stamps for sale.
President. jlbsis'i uaanier.
R. R. FREEMAN, D. D. S.,
So. iio ciruitci
Street, (3 doors eaet
of JIcKendree Church
Office hours 8 a. v.
to 1 vai.; from 2 to 5
ocS ly eatun & tucs
In Chancery at JTashville.
CtTATE OF TENNESSEE, OFFICE CLi.UK.
TATE OF TENNESSEE, OFrlUrJ uiir.un- l
and Master Chancery Court, Nashville, Oc-
tanith. 1X19 Andrew .1. DunCAn and I
Lj and Master unancery wun, .nueuiuc, ui.-
others, Complainants, vs. H. C. Jackson, Dcfend-
It appearing from the proceeding? In this cause
that the darejidant, H. O. Jackson, is dead, and
that Elizabeth Butts, wife of Robert H. Butts,
is one of his heirs at law, and that they are non-
residents of the State of Tennessee: U la there
fore ordered that tney enter uieir uj.peaxaut
herein on or before the first Monday in Decem
ber next, (1872,) and then and there show cause.
not be revived against them, and stand In tho
same condition as to tnem as It stood at the
death of said H. u. tiacKson: anu uiaia tuiv m
this order be published for four consecutive
weeKS m me isaauviuo umuu auu
A Copy Attest:
.t .1 ITncffl.
Smith, Baxter & Allison, Wdcltors.
In Chancers at Ji'ashviife.
and Master Chancerv Court. Nashville, No-
niainantji. vh. GeorireL. Sauler Bro. and an
11 appearing irum iiuiua it mic m
that the defendants, Georgo L. Squler and Henry
U. oquier are iiuii-icsiuciiu, u. uunv.
nessee, so tat the ordinary process of law can
not be served upon them: It is therefore or
dered that said defendants enter their appear-
. i t F t l. I n -1. Krof thm.
of the next term ofsaidCourt.tobeheldon the
first Monday In April next, (1873). and plead,
answer or demur to Complainants' mil, or tne
same will be taken for coniessca as ro mem, anu
set for hearing ex parte, and that a copy of this
order be published for four consecutive weeks In
the Nashville Union and American.
A copy Attest:
jii i-riArtir.il u t .1 uu.,
Wilkin & Chamberlin, Solicitors for Complain
In Chanceru at Ji'ashville.
STATE OF TENNESSEE, OFFICE UhbBh.
and Master Chancery Court, Nashville, No
vember the lfitb, li7i Carrlck, botlins&Co.,
Complainants, vs. D. G. Laxon, Defendant.
It appearing ftom atlldavlt filed in this cause
that tho defendant, D. G. Laxon, is a non-resident
of the State of Tenne.ee; ind it turther
snnoartrtr that an attachment hass issued in this
case and has been returned levied upon the fol
lowing property, viz.: On certain Dozes anu
bales ol merchandise belongine to said Laxon, at
the depot in Nashville awaiting shipment, to
satiety the claimof complainants of S6T 8.74. Just
ly due and owing bv said Laxon to them for
good, etc., sold and delivered by them to said
Lixon: It is therefore ordered that said defend
ant enter his appearance herein before or within
the tirst three dys of the next term of said
court, to oe neia on mo ui jiutmaj ... "
next, (1873.) and plead, answer or raiir to com
.,ioinar.ta .;ii nr tiiR s.imi will be taken tor
c i . nr.A Bat tViT hwarlTiiT PI nartl?
and that a copy of this order be published for
four consecutive weeks In thn Nashville Union
and American. A copy AttTct :
NATHAN J-15L Jajlax.iv, u a.,
filrt and Master.
M. B. Howell, Solicitor for Complainant,
novll oaw4w -
In Chancery at Ji'ashville.
STATE OF TENNESSEE, OFFICE ULEKtt
and Master, Chancery Court, Nashville,
Nov. mber the 15th, 1872. K. B. Kyi-, Complain
ant, vs. The Southwtstern Car Co. of Jefferson
ville, Ind., etal, Defendants.
It appearing from affidavit filed In this cause
that the detendant, 1 he Southweste'n Car Com
panv. of Jcnersonvil'e, Ind., i a non-resid(8t or
the State of Tennessee; a d It fun her appearing
that an attachmnt nas issued ia iuis
has been returned levied npon the followl -g
p- operty, viz.: The indebtedness due- from the
Louisvil e and Nashville Railroad Co to the said
1. fnr IVi tn EUtisfV the Claim Of
hUUlUIICILCllI W . wv, - j -
complainant of about So.OoO, bssides Interest,
justly due ana wing oy suiu ui i-u. iu "i" "j
account for goods soid a d delivered, owned by
aid Kvle as assignee of Wln-hesfer B Line,
wh were the asiignees of the original creditor,
(Teacha-M, Winchester & Co.) ol sat l w.
It Is therefore ordered that said defendant en
ter Its appearance herein before or within the
first three days of tho next term of said Court,
(1873), and plead, answer or demur to complain-
ant 8 Dili, or me Kimo wm uu v "
i. u.-j r. hAnplnr? n.arfp. find that a
copy of this order be published for four consecu-
tlve weeKs tn tne nawiviue uiu
niarlr nnrt Master.
Gates P. Thruston, Solicitor for Complainant.
Estate of Gen. Joel A. Battle,
HAVING SOGGfcSTED TO THE CLfcBK.
of the County Court the Insolvency of the
estate of Oen. Joel a. uitue.uBucaicu, an -
sons having claims agamsi. inm mo muju ...i
ln three months from this date, or they will be
barred. . . . ...
Those indebted to the estate are earnestly re
quested to make payment. They ato hia
meat and shared his hospitality, and It is hoped
,,, ...... 1.1.1 til.. .rimiiiiqrrAUir to
uiu v wm iiuy nun ww --. "
irlve the widow somethirg for her year's support
" ... ... i i a. 1. n.M4-A I Tint' oat.
ananelppaytneaeDisoi uiomuiui. "t: ' ,
tied very soon, I will put the claim? in the hands
"fan officer. R. N. HERBERT, Adm'r.,
Nov. 15, 1872. ISO. at uroaa otreeu
ClerK & Master Chancery Conrt,
DAVIDSON COUNT x.
--rAaTivrT,l.K TENN.. NOVEMBER 15,
J 1872. Joseph Wheless, Adm'r, etc, vs.
ElliaDeui viieitais auu ., .
Tho creditors and others interested In. or hav
ing cl3lms against the estate of Alexander Vhe-
n8C1r"rr" l..,ki,itll!pil tnliarp thorn-
gdv'esmadep'arUes to the above entitled suit,
mid file anu prove men tmiiua, ,..u..v.. j
with me on or before the first Monday in
iyi,n. A.lli..wina tVvrovir linTTIll
Anrlinext lioiti;, wi "... u
frSm participating in any of the assets of said
CStAlo Ot ui i"o -
vTlilfrcU 111 Bi&lU
novl6 oaw2m Clork and Master.
County Court at NasliTlllc.
n. Howell and others
Gnin ana other?).
AT THE OFFICE Or THli UJUUun. ur
the Ounty Court at Nashville, on the 30th
. . v iffrii ... t.T. nf irnmnl'lln-
nntsfand it appearing to the tatUfaction ot the
raprk that the said defendants, D. W. Gwin and
wifo Jennie C. Gwin, and A. T. Howell, are
non-re'identsofthe State of Tennessee:
mhlication be made for four weeks in succes-
i V-iehrtl.a TT-nlnn n-ni American.
a newspaper publkhed in the : c ty -of wJwUto.
rpnnlnne me isaiu iieieiiuauu iu -h'i1", ,
th2 next term of the County Court to be holden
r". th Coantv of Davidson, at the Court
house thereof, in tho city of Nashville, on the
first Jiionuay m uanurT mai, ouu .u-nvi
iw-tltlon, or the same will be taken for confessed
V-V".tV anil .Af Vl ,no,. n-r Tl.-irt.
deel oaw4t "W. G
S. Lester vs. Leah Lester Bill for Divorce.
IN THIS CAUSE IT APPEARING TO THE
satisfaction of the Clerk from the allegations
in the bill, that the defendant 1' a non-reldent
of the Stati of Tennessee, bo that the ordinary
process of law cannot bo served upon ber: It Is
therefore ordered that publication be made for
four mccesslve weeks in toe Union and Ameri
can, a newspaper published In the city of Nash
ville, Tenn., requiring the defendan' to appear
at the Courthouse, in the city oi Nashville, on
tho first Monday In January next, then and
there to ple-i'd, answer or demur ti complain
ant s bill, or the same will be taken for con
fessed and set for hearing exparte.
ALBERT AKEBS, Clerk.
By B. E. GOODLETTVD. Clerk.
Guild Ai Dodd, Solicitors. xOTM ow4ir
Rates reasonable Clerks
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS
Spring Brook Distillery,
Nos. 16 and IS South Tront St,
SPEHRY & CO.,
OIHce sad Sale Boom, Ife, 38 Sowth
FERE ROBERTSON CODSTY MBHES,
ALSO DEALERS IN
Old BourDon & Rye WliisMes
1863 OM Bourbon, 1870
-ISA BBLS. OLD BOUBBON -TTHISKXES,
xu v Irom two LO qtb years uiu, ius cuo ww.
SPEBKY & COJ1PANT.
I WIJU 11 KVA
JLUUtf Vita JV
inn BBLS. OLD BYE WHISKIES, VJSKX
iWU fine, from 2 to 4 years old, for sale cheap.
SPERBY & CO .11 PAST.
Old lobertson County!!
jn BBLS. PURE OLD ROBERTSON COUN
13U ty Whlskie, from one to three years old,
for sale cheap by
nov23 2w SPE8RT & COJflPAHT.
At tho eontb door of the Coart-housfl In
the city of Nashville, Tennessee, on the
10th day of December, 1872,
IN PURSUANCE OF A DECREE OF THE
Chancery Court at Nashville, Tennessee,
rendered in the case of
Y. K. Steveasom and others -vs. Tbe
NasUvlllo and Sortbwestcrn Ball
road Company and others,
-r 1.1 11 -. 1.1 1 a ,A 4-n 4-Iia V. 1 rrSoHt il ll ( i PT. at
the south door of the Courthouse In the city or
Nashville, xenn.. on tne ivia uai icv-tm-ber,
3872, at 12 o'clock m., on the termsner
nnder stated, the tollowlng property, vis:
THE ENTIBE ROADWAY
Nasliville and Nortliwestern Bailroad
1 1 i i l .1 cTn .no rf TannHflM find TTpTt
i. i mi. .i i. w..rfni- ITinHpTipflt or all tne
holders of the mortgage bonds of said Compa
ny seen rea tnereoy. . .
TERMS OF SALE Elvo thousand ($5,000)
caih.and the residue on credits or 6, 12, IS and
24 months. Notes required with approved secu-
nrv ana neurcia""!". ,
The ale will be mide frt e from the canity of
redemption, dm suoje ct to uo jinur iw ui uio
v i mr i KTPr. Tt 1 TTKR -Tn.
Clerk and Master Chancery Court, Nashville,
OLIVER D1TS0X & CO, AM011NCE
That they were happilv untouched by the recent
GKE .T FIRE, and are busv, as usual, In at
tending to thlr ext nsive orders. They now call
attention, also, to their
Tocal & Instrumental Music.
The whole set is one of the moit valuable Mus
ical Libraries that couiu De aeviseu, mwui vu
tainstrom 200 to -SO pages of tho most popular
music oi ine , ... .... , .
Price of each book In boards. 82.80; cloth, 83.00;
full gi t, for presents, $4.00. The price would be
at retail, for the piects separately, about $400.
In this form, all the books, including the new
. ..Hnvta siamu r NtranM now havuiz a
splendid sale), may be had for 832.50.
SXaeleal Treaanre, Vocal and Instrumental.
Silver Cord. Wreath of Grems.
Gems of German Sonsr, Gems of Scottish
Song, uems 6f Sacred Sons, Shower
of Pearls, Daets, Operatic Pearls.
Home Circle; Vol 1. Pianist's Album.
Home Circle; "II. Piano Forte Gems-
Anvnf the above Books mailed, post-paid, for
the retail price. ,
OLIVER DITSON & CO., Boston.
CHAS. H. DITSOIf & CO., New York.
library Gift Concert.
TO PAY AXL.
A FUMi DRAWING Iff SIGHT
$100,000 FOR ONLY $10
A T T3S SECOND
nwivn otft RON
2 x ti-1. uuuvn w .
.ntLnri.uH hi. gnop.lnl ant of the LesiS-
lature, in aid of the Public Library o Ken-
tucKy, unavoioaDiy poaipuuou nm uoum
lec. 7, ana wnicn posiuveij auu uiiij.jmiuv..,
occurs in Louisville, Ky, Saturday, Dec. 7, 1872,
without rurtucr ueiay on any ucrouui ':i
the following Cash Gifts aro for distribution by
lot among the ticket-holders:
;...T. .uPivn nnrT HUH 8100.000
Jtr VX1V.-T 1 ' "
ONE GRAND GIFT ... 60,000
1 Cash Gift.82.5,000
4 Cash Gifts.
1 casn uut. au.ow
1 Cash Gift. 15,000
1 Cash Clft. 10,000
1 Cash Gift. 9.0U0
1 Cash Gift. 8,000
1 Cash Gift. 7,000
1 Csh Gift. 6,000
1 Cash Gift. 6,000
15 Caah Gifts.
. 1,000 each
20 Cash Gifts..
21 Cash Gifts..
23 Cash Gifts
35 Cash Gifts..
45 Cash Gifts..
CO Cath Gifts..
CO Cash Gifts..
100 Cash Gifts..
1 Cash Gift. 4,000
1 Cash Gift. 3,000
612 Cafh Gifts
TOTAL. 1.000 GIFTS. ALL CASH
The money to pay all theto girts is now upon
Farmers' and Drovers' Bank, as wlfl be seen by
rf.ni.lt nnrl Rpt Hliart IOr IUhl DUll)UO,
X iUlUCID U.Ui V! ... .' . --y --
.v.- i-ni uifiAqtanf ttin tia-Tiiiler:
FAEMKBS' AMD DlWVEES' BASK, I
r , 111. V- HnTlh 9fi 1872.C
This U to cojrtfy that there U now cm deposit
In this bank over half a million of dollars to i the
... v.t . tcn ,f Wnnri iunn.oao of which
is held by the bank as Treasurer of thePubUe
Library or itentucsy iu nj uu u
awarded a, tne -.w. q qj
Price of Tickets.
Whole ticktt?, 810;halvep, $3; quarters, 32.50;
nn-o,liYK)?!2ifor E2.50O. 675 for 5.000. No
discount on less than 5100 worth of tlckeU at a
The drawing will poltively and unequivocally
take place ueci. Agenu imiiiciiui..M,
? i i mr fViA final nrranfip.
in orueriu eiyo hhu-jid i m - ----- --j-
ments. Orders lor tickets or appUcations for
circulars should be addressed to
GOV. THOS. E. IlSAmiiETTE,
Ag't Public Library of Ky.,
cctll 2tawtodec2swit oca
The Master Spirits of the World,
The Treasure House of America.
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tlve Aweublles; ThestaBdardaatherlty lnnear-
lv.ritftffitataln thA TTl.n . 1 .1 ! . .
book for every member of a deliberative body.
Price 68s. Sent by mall orfotsOe by all book
sellers. Thomvso.i, Bioelow & Bsowsr, Pub
lishers, Boston. deel 2w declto7&l&te21
WILLIAX H. SErt'AKD'S TRAYEIjS.
fTtHE undersigned announee that tbey have
HUH 1COUJ UlU utUQt uwa vwuhAia.u Et.r
men pjges or the paper, printing, mcsiraiions,
engravings and styles of binding of "Governor
Seward' "Wonderful Journey Around the
World." This deeply interesting work was com
pleted a few days before the dUtlnguisned trav
eller's death, and the publishers will spare no
pains to make it the most elegantly gotten up
book of travels ever published the engravings
alone costing' about 513,000. It Is sold only by
.... V.,..-I..ft VvnAr4ni.w1 n'rontft will find thin
tho best selling work ever ofTered to the pnblic
Apply to D. M'PIiETOX & CO., Publishers, 519
and ooi. uroauwty, a. i. two zw iu.iuw
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The jBivertidt Prexs, uamonajc, jhcui.
deel 2w declto7&13to2l
Now is the Time to
The Magazine has done good and not
evil all the days of its life. Brooklyn
The ablest and most powerfolillustrated
Periodical In this country. Louisville
There never was any paper published
that so delighted the heart of woman.
TERMS for 1873.
Haepeu's Maoazot, One Tear 8 00
HinsER'a "W'aBKt.T. One Tear 4 00
Harpeb's Bazas, One Year. 4 CO
Habpeh's Maqazisb, Hahpzh'8 Weekly and
HABPEa's Bzae, for one year, Sio.oo,
or any two for 57.00.
An. extra com of either the HAOIZISX, WEEKLT
or Bazab will be supplied gratis for every Club cf
Frva Stbscbibirs at 100 ocA, in one remit
tance; or, Six Copies for S20.00, without extra copy.
i r 1 -
The GUIDE Is now published Qcabtsext.
85 cent pays for the year, four numbers,
which is not half the cost Those wno arterwara
send money to the amount of One DoUar or more
for Seeds may alo order Twsaty-flve cents worth
extra the prise paid for the unioe.
Thn Jn-nwmi NuZiber Is beautiful, giving plans
for making Rural Homes, Designs for Dla.
1b Table OeooratloHS, Window Gar.
dess, etc., and containing a mass or mrorma
tnn invaluable to the lover of flowers One
Hundred and Fifty Pages, on fine tinted paper,
some Five Hundred Engravings, and a superb
Colored Plate and Chroao Corer. The
First Edition of Two Hosdbed Thousand Just
printed in English and German, and ready to
JAJTF.H TICK, Socbcser, N. X.
deel 2w deel to7&15to21
REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION.
TTNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF THE AU
I .iinrinr in ma vested bv the provisions. of
adeedof trust executed on the twenty-sixth day
of September, eighteen nunureu auu -t"j-one,
by Marcus B Toney to G. VT. aoTOon,
Triwteeforthe "Life AssoclaUon of Amertea,"
I will at the Courthouse door. In the city or
Nashville, county of Davidson and State of Ten
wdnMiinv. nncniaber. tbe 10th, 1S73.
sell for cash at public vendue to the Writes .bid
der the following uescriuou uv. ...
acres of land, situate and being in the county of
Davidson and State of Tennessee, the same
being known as Toney's addition to the town of
isageneia m wu cuumi o -.t.- --
clv& district or said county, sltnated on the west
side of the White's Creek Turnpike, one mile
tram the city of NajhvlUe, It being the same
land conveyed by Jno.M. Mprvell ana aao. iv.
Norvell to Marcus a. xtney oj ureu rcuiu.
Eeeister's'offlce foe Davidson countv, Tennessee,
in look 42, page 631, and it also being tho same
land conveyed " aforesaid .to O. J . Gordon
Trustee Dy -uatcua o. i.wj j --, --
corded in tne i.einsverB uiui,o .vi. .a-..
r. TriesTee. in Book 45, page -424-5, .thesam
naving oecu ""i". --'mnr,t nr
. . . tA tftn mih "loner
tot tne purpose i ;vuajii, - - --
live promissory notes (or even oate wiiu
said deed) all of which were executed by
n i.ia. tn f in iTrtor of tha
saia xoney, miu uju i - r-
"Lue ABSOCiauooui Aiutuvo aii.
flee is In the city of St.Loutaif the State ofMl
Buuii, wjo ;,., . ami iin. tpum after.
tWQ UlOUSanU uouair, j.rii.,
and diia la BIX monuia vm u.wt
hunted dolbirs each and payable mpeTdyb;
. . n.r1 famnfir.ftmr mOiltilS IfOm
lutw. .., .r. li,. th nnd 23th
above enun.ura.cu uutuicu - r
of September, 1872, and whereas payment of
said note was at Its maturity, auu nas sinco uu
demanded of the said Marcus B. Toney the
maker, who has failed and refuses to pay the
same, therefore and by reason of the provisions
of said deed cf trust, and by virtue oi w u
thorlty in me vested W the terms of said deed oT
described tract of The proceeds of such
sale to be approprmiou vu u i""J rr " h
andexpensesof the sale, and of tho first and
third or sam bootu"jv ""v ,", .
Sale,ftee from tne -gflgggfo.
C0A1 AND COKE.
CHEAP" CO AIi I
. ..tnmv.iMv.fTi mire
the St. Bernaru juuu, -- i-jr
disposiaon or sam t. u -i.wa5yc
MTOSSaSi32SS,.M. -Trt thB rrouid-
fumsnaT,--"-' -r-Iint ,ra.
ing country Muw---.r- at
lTfiiS Oomer UnTon and Cherry ftreeti.
Tn. din..'. . bku MuiinM imr;'f u "rf-.VS,.' b.
i lirlTata coUDMutr i. nwiiw i " " .
MtrtlT , fOfMtU.fcr D. " aTlTTW. H C'ilQM.llS
31 $FRf&zaLmmM a
SOUTH & NORTH ALABAMA
(lUAJijrturu UUT. il, lff- iftAiao
l will l.... vrtfi.ii. r T.V. lt If Tlo
pot, North College street, as follows:
8i A. ai., dally, except Sunday, for Decatur,
1 stopping at all stations.
5'(t( p.Mv Hy,forNew Orleans, Mobfl.
VTU and Montgomery via Decatur. Sleeping
umo uiuiuivu run ujruugn I rum rtasuyme CO
New Orleans and Mobile via Montgomery, with
out change. This train does not .ton f stuHn-n
between Nashville and Columbia, except Frank
1,fin A. JL, dally, fcr Louisville, has Sleep
itTU log Car from Chattanooga, running
through to Louisville, attached.
5, On A. M, dally, for Louisville, baa Sleep
UU In it Car attached, mnninz throush from
New Orleans via Mobile and Montgomery to
Nashville and Louisville without change.
2 p- M- diilv except Hnnday, for xoa-
fl'1K I V. ttiIti airlma af" Tir Xr f! .Tn?l.Hi
direct connection with M. & C. B. B. .train for
T T 1 tn . I i .
5:00 f. x. train arrives at Decatur at 10:05 p.
x., connecting with 10:10 p. it. train onJI. 0.
n. lornniiisTiue ana points .asc
Trains going West on M.&C.B.B. leave De
catur at 12:48 a it. and 11:15 a. it.
i:uu a a, su a x anu zio p k trains tor ljonis-
mZ1 1 . 1 .1. i . I IT .. 1. ni 1
lUlSbUlUlCM VV1U1 U.llili, IflW UllUUU OlUrpiUg
and Day Cars attached, for St. Louis, Chicago,
Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, and Inter-
maIh.a ! 1 .1. n 1 ' . V .1. 1 W..
uicuiaio uuuiu iu luc ijnai, iiui ui aim ucaw
All IniTii TTTTTiorl q1ittti Trrill ot-Ittii at .nil A A
E art from L. i N. Depot, on North CoTleze street,
ut will stop at Junction of N. & C andN. & D.
1 1 . 1 .1 . , ... r m. r. n. !
iMuiua.ua auu uii.a j. xuuiiuau J-scyvL ui uuo
on and let OuTprssengers.
Tickets will bo sold and baggage checked
at N. & C. Depot, Church street, for all trains on
L. & N. anu Qreat Southern Bailroad. m(
No. 6, which leaves College Street Depot at SdO
tO Passengers from Gallatin and points South,
arrlving at Nashville at 8 A st, have nntil 3:30 p
li in which to attend to business before returning-
Trains arrive at Nashville ai follows: From
V. f 1? . , . t r i , . r i f
catur. 5:05 a x: from Decatur, 1J0 p x:from Co-
.UUAUiO, 1U.W A A, 11U111 XAJUISVUIO IU1U LUO r "xf
North and and west, at 8 ah and 1:15 7 x.
For through Tickets, Baggage Check?, and
further Information, apply at Uen-ral Ticket
03cp, under Maxwell House, and at L. & N.
Depot, North College street. Also at N. & C.
aiuuuiiuueiwi, ouurcu sireei. anu at . on v.
and N. D. Junction, South Nashville.
a .tY? A Tif tt tt n -r .
St. Xioiiis Sliort 3iiie.
ST. WIIIS ASD DIWIIIM
38 te 260 Miles tbe Shorten!, aaC ner.
crai Hours tbe QlNcKcat ioat
... . .. . . , . . j
WES I" and so una.
Time to SU liouls only 1SX Hons.
TIME TABLE IN EFFECT SEPT. 29, 1ST2:
St Louis Thrcnch Express leaves at 6:30 A.
x.. and arrives at St. Louis 10:00 p. x.
Hopkinsvllle and Memphis Express leave at
1:45 p. x .; arrires-at Hopkinsville 5:10 p. x.; ar-
rlvPH HtMAiTlTllllB a" V
'xnrongn Tickets on sale to au points west
and North. Ba?gaze checked and all informa-
tion glren at TrausXer Oflice,
an4 o IVIUaa Q-m f.nv-
Ask for Tickets via. St. Louis Short Line."
J. F. BOYD, General Superintendent.
yr. B. DAVENPOET, General Ticket Agent
St. Louis, Memphis, iViisavllle
Central &Siort Xdne.
mBAINS RUN TO AND FROM CHURCH
J. Street Depot as follows:
uiAva. Chattanoosa TralK?. Anarva.
8:45 Ar. Except Sunday. 1-30 p.x.
6-30 P.H. Dally. 12:45 A.ir.
Kexapbla aail St. Lonli Trains.
1:15 a.m. Daily. 6:09 A.X.
2:15 7 m. Sundays Excepted. 1:45 tx,
V3X hours to Memphis hours to St. Louis
Through to Memphis without change.
Shortest route to New Orleans. Through.
Sleeping Cars from-HcKerutie. Time 20j-f hours.
3:30 T.H. Except Sunda-r. 10:00 A JO
78 miles shorter to Memphis than via Decatur.
inn m(iu ni. n . . . i
via LonisTllft, and many hours quicker.
-l3- W.PVUlVn n A I C K.m
. w i .... v. vaaaj awwiuMUij liiv. wi 4 .
x. train to Chattanooza, and 2:15 p. jc. train to
Memphis. A. H. Robinson, Ticiet Agent, Max
well House, T. M. Cunningham Church Street
nepol. J. w. THOMAS, GenlSupt.
w. iu U3.nui.i, ueai r. ana T. Agent.
MSESSEE ASD PACfflO RAILROAD.
ON AND AFTER THURSDAY, SEPT.
12th. Trains trill nn rln.ilvrSnn.l.r.ii an.
d) as foUows:
Leaves Lebanon at. ......7:20 jt.
a. .iKuiiuiv ....W AMw
Leaves Nashville at. ...t...4:C0 p.x. '
Arrives ot Lebanon at. J6 10 r.if.
T na Dfra. la... T V.n ...T 1-1 1
cm rn esdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Arrlvs
ai uoanon ai a o'ciocx a. x.on Mondays, Wed
nesdays and Fridays.
M. S. COMBS, BEN F. GB003IES,
AND DEALERS IN
Metallic and Wood Caskets,
Cases and Coffins,
OF EVERY VARIETY AND SIZE,
Ne. 88 Worib Cherry Street.
mHE FINEST HEARSES" IN THE CITY
X Raymond & Co.'s MetalUcs, all kinds
Crane, isreea ts uvs luetaiucs, an nines, nooa
Cases and Caskets, the best. Taylor's Corpse
Preserver, best In use. Nice Carriages furnished
at the lowest rate. "We respectfully solicit a share
of uatronaee. and nromlse to rive entire satis
faction. Remember we have reduced the prices.
my30 till janS43 COM as s twuauss.
H, H. GROOM3S & CO.,
42 and 44 North Cherry Street,
Dealers la Barlal Canes awl CaiUet,
M Ha..al fna n a. .a m.
Co's and otlier Improved
Cases and CnaUetn.
ATTEND PROMPTLY TO ALL FUNE
rals In city or surrounding country, with fine
Hearses for both Adults and Chdres. Tele-
raphlo Orders ailed wita aispafh. Taylor
a a r. D... V.n 1.1... ...1. -
.t;i.. umyw Jk. 1VIU 1 I (.1 , ugaiuc. UUlH Jl U17U1 f
ers, that are warranted to preserve a corpse from
. . l' n.1 alhanf rlaMaw BnMalala 1ai.a.M.
lal IU V llllll.Uk UVvaj. UIVIB . a BWUI
Burial Vault, tho best in use. At tbe office dear
and night. flec6 tf
TJATTLE HOUSE.-Hi.VING PURCHAS-
M 6U U1D 111 M.li y ma. u.a uunjui. uaaj
1iy.tart Wnt.il r tpnnM Avtn mv friends and tha
public generally that It will be kept as aftrst-
ciaes nouBe. xneioie wui ira bu.j'.iiuu v.ilu oi
the delicacies that this ana other maraets auora.
Tc lnraHnn In ranti-al. and on the leadins thor
oughfare of the city. The ptoprltor hopes to
. . .... al . f . a M. .1 . 1. n ,
receive a can imm nia oiu incuun tuu vug not-
eltng public, promising tnai one anu au euau do
made to feel at home. Rates moderate.
novSlm 2tt.B. wiMtuuuai irropneior.
COMMERCIAL HOTEL !
j.e. FBismni, Propnor,
Corner Clierry and Cetlur Streets
JASES A.fi0LT, JA2ES a. AT WELL, Oerk
TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS HAVE RE
entlybeen expended on the Commercial,
making It not only the most attractive, but the
best ventilated Hotel In the city. It Is centrtlly
located, being equidistant between the Capitol
and Courthouse. Street can ctes the doer every
ten minutes to all fee Depots ut tie etty.
'1,4 ( P. M., Columbia Accommodation, daily
MilU except SHHtlay. Stops at all Station!
betvreen Nashville and Columbia.
Grant ticket, but not untu mwu.