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SBXDAT, SEPrEHBEB 21, 1S73.
iroBTOTsiatutics"shoff tint the popular notion tbat negroes aro more abje than the whites lojreilst, tbo attacks of'malarious diseases'is erronnonai"' 1 The Sou;h?ru Claims Comnii'Eion will, It is understood, report some 3,000 adjudP Cited cases to tongress. 15 is ..expected that the agg'Cgate of the awards will reach $1,500,000. The Postmaster .Goueral has, decided that iheTrapayinent of postage on letters for England and Germany is optionsl, andlet terB,' wl;etheriprepaid or not, should .ba for warded. The Republicans of Iowa areas inconsis: lent as their brethren :in MassEChusetts and elsewhere. They forced Logan and other back.pay speakers off the stump, bet, sustain the chief grabber, Grant.; Fp.otestant churches in Prance are uniting in oppositiou to a Monarchy .They prefftra Republic, and think such a form of government best suited to develop all the true.interests of the nation. In the neighborhood of one million of Gs-rmanshave left the paternal government of Bismarck during the last nine years, and the cry is, "still they come.' ' He.must ren der the inducements to leave home very strongiudeed. A Washington rumor says that Com missioner Watts; of the Agricultural De partment, is to resign soon, and that his successor is to be Prof. Iloyt, of Wis consiu, the Chairman of the International Jury on. Education at Vienna. Mr. Gaston, the Democratic candidate for Governor of Massachusetts, hasexpres ' ed his views in relation to strict prohibito ry liquor laws. They cannot, 'he thinks, be enforced, and therefore fail to accom plish their pnrcose. Io is remirkable, in confirmation of Mr. Gaston's position, that there has teen no filling off in the revenue derived from liquors in those States in which prohibitory laws have bean enacted. When Sanator William Allen, or Ohio, was asked what Democracy was, he 16 p'ied : " Democracy is a sentiment not to bo appalled, corrupted or compromised. It knows no baseness; it cowers to nodangei; It oppresses no weakness, destructive only of despotism, it is tho sole conservator of' liberty, labor, and propaity; it is the'sentl msnt of freedom, of equal rights, of equal oblisrations, the law of nature pervading the law of the laud." Mu. Alex. Delsiau has been tryirg to convince somebody that the world is pro ducing too much breadstuff tint is, moro is produced than is consumed. The Mark Lane Express cf London, unquestionably high authority on such matters, estimates that England Will this year have to Import one hundred and twenty million quarters of wheat. Perhaps the theoretical Mr. Del roar will find in this little estimate a sub stance which will not so easily turn to smoke in his favoriie pipe. The famous Dominican, Father Barke, in the course of a recent lecture on this country at Cork, Ireland, said: "America to-day groans nd laments by the voices of her statesmen, her philosophers, her writers aad her press, over the avsful corruption of official life, and the dishon'Sty which they publicly proclaim is found in every order of commercial, tocial and political life. Noth ing impressed one more tlnn this the uni-ver-al lamfttf, day after day, in all the papers in Afierici." Fnosi a spcc.al to the Memphis -dpceaZ we learn that the Independent Alcorn ticket in Mississippi was completed at Jackson on the 18th as follows: For Lieutenant-Governor n. Musgrove, of Clarke. ForSeci etary of Stata T. W. Stringer, of Warren. For Auditor W. W. Bell, of Pontotoc For Attorney-General Beverly Mat thews, cf Lounu's. For Treasurer W. II. Yaesar, of Mon roe. For Superin'endent of Eiucation J. D. Webster, of Washington. The ES3ertion of a celebrated schohr that spelling is ouo of the most difficult arts In existence, and that not one person in a thousand can spell, has just received a sin gular endorsement in Ind.ana. The Indi ana School Journal rfl'red to send their inagaziue for a year free to tbe one who would spell correctly ninety-five per cent of of twenty familiar words, which were named. Eighty-nino persons tried. Ouo ep2lled 95 per cant , thi-ty-niuo mis-spelled more than one-half of them, and one mis spelled every word. The Hot bprinss (ArU.) Vouner, a Itadicil r3Pri oppo3e3th9 election of Gen. Grantfor a third term to the Presidency, not that it considers there is any dangeriu Grant, but there might be from his successor. This makes tha poist very nicely, and it is about as strong as could be expected from a Radi cal paper. Such men as the editor of that paper would no doubt assist in slaying Grant's chances bafore a convention, in or der to cet as much rolation iu office as possible. That journal rather prefers Sen ator O. P. Mortun for Grant's successor. The Memphis Regiilcr siys Mortion has been to Hot Spiings tha year, anil no doubt has posted the Courier man on the joints. Fkom the Dresden Democrat we learn that & number of p:om'.i:eiit citizens of Weakley county, who ire holders of a large amount of scrip, or tax receipts on the Xashvillo and Norihweet rn Railroad, are about to irs'ituto suit t- aec rUiu tbe lia bility of tho Nashvh ai,d ChatUrooga Rail road Company in regard to the ssme. 1 hey have placed the matter ia the hands cf a popular young lawyer, S. B. Ayres, Esq. The question of tho liability of tbeNashville aad Chattanooga road for this script is sn important ore, involving sine S75,0!;0 in Weakley county, while Humphreys has about 25,00 more, besides several other cou tties. The Chattanooga Tunes understands that ths Finance Committee will make no compromise with Messrs. Mocre & Marsh who have sued the corporation on the old Wills Valley bonds. Chancellor D. M, Key has issued au attachment forbidding the disposal 01 any money, property or efiects iu the hands of tha Board of Mayor and Aldermen or of A. D Taylor as Tax Collector and Treasurer. The Tunes adds: "Dr. layior, our euicient Treasurer, tnielleu a very large sizj trouse on Monday, aud drew out all thu inonoy in bank. It is verv doubtful whether money can b ; at- Ucbett iu th- hsuds cf t! City Treasurer, aud it may te that 1 o c rious damage has been cone uy inis sun. ' The Commercial states that the police men were paid off Thursday in greenbacks, Mooro & Marsh's attachment to the contra BKCALCITJ1AKT KEPUBIilCASS. The recent contest In Massachusetts Jjo--! tween the Butler and the anti-Butler fac tions, with Grant supporting the fonter' with all the patronage of tho government, has resulted in awaking theowabougbfajspeDdSg & SSKS SgtSj5.. fnlof the Republican journals to the danger i?Ar.-, it.r o... .it tew. Tha Boston Advertiser, tha Mies? "and most outspoken of these Jonr&b$l c'ares that its fisht has not been mdo ablest Republicanism, but against the peij- versions and corruptions of RepubltcanlamJ . It insists that " if the Republican party Is io oe savea, mo wors or Teiormauon mcs beclnat ores and ba Drosecuted in eam-i utyuas, ui.w m oe prosecuieu. m cku-i est,.and it adds this warning: "If The party which has heretofore represented Re- mihlicaiitirincln nitothficnnntrv Is to bn. r r Z. coma the representative of a policy degrade iug, curruptihg and seish ; if tho test 0f fe Ity to it is to be non resistance 'to the conspiracies of bad : men: if the immense forces of the - public patronage, are to b3 perverted systematical-r ly, and wlthout'rebuke, to the- supporfc of ambitious claimants; if the fair expression of tho fiAnt.imonta nf TinnnhHrvinH ll.ri hfif prevented by intimidation; If its caucussea are to be controlled by gangs of hired ene mies, and' if its conventions Invite the prfB ence of brawling candidates',, advocitlng their own cause without modesty, and re- viling whoever dissents from their estimate of themselves without respect for truth or decorum, it need have no expectation of being leng .recognized as the party nof re pablicariism." These are brave words; for the organ of the party which claims alHhe decency, honesty and intelligence. The course of the Advertiser shows that cor ruption has well nigh sapped all that was worthy of approval In the- Republican party. Other organs of the same party In Massachusetts find that Grant is insensible to the protests which have been uttered against the offi cious intermeddling of tbe Foceral office holders in favor of Butler,and some of them are expressirg the conviction that the "roar of the Long Branch surf Is very loud, since tbe complaints against the interference of Federal office-holders in the recent elections have not as yet resulted in any harm to those gentlemen. They seem to sit as firm ly as ever in their seats, despite the opinion of many people that their duties do not re quire them to be quite so active in political matters. It is perhaps well enough that Grant showed tha cloven-foot lo theBepab licans of Massachusetts. Some .good may come of this attempt to control the. politics of a New England State in the manner it ba3 been done in the South. THE IRON TRADE. The Pittsburgh Post states tbat a1; &. meeting of those encaged in the iron trade In thit city on the 17th Inst., It was decided to adhere to tho pressnt rates for iron, but to advance the price of nails of all fcizes 12 1 cants p?r keg. The New York TFbrM sayt: "The present condition of the iron trade of New York, aud in fsct the whole country, presents some rather curious anomalies. For tweuty years the stocks of iron not only in New York, but at the great producing centres and in tho country stores have not been so low as they now arc. At the same time, the demand for iroa has rarely been so light or the sacri fices made by dealers so greatss at present. Tha causes of this stagnation in the iron trade are neither apparent nor satisfactory; but a review of tbe trade for tbe past .two years, together with some facts concern ing the consumption of iron and the sources of ths iron supply will prove in structive. Up to August, 1871, refined bar iron sold in Englsnd for j7 10s to 1 15s per ton. This made thb price of imported iron $50 currency in bond, while the average duty of $25 a ton added to this made tho price of imported i.on, duty paid, about $75 orSTS a ton. American iron was then selling for $75 a ton. In August, 1871, a rise took place, and the price of iron ad. vanced in a few months from 1 15s to li 10i in England, and from $75 to $120 a ton in America. A year later, in Septem ber, 1S72, the price of bar Iron in England fell from.jei4 10s to jCIO 153. The decline continued until December, while during the present year prices have again risen, vary ing from JE15 to 12 103 a ton. In the United States the price of Iron was kept at $89.00 a ton in the early part of 1873, with tho prospf ct of an advance. But instead of an advanca there was a decline, and I on has now been selling for several months at $80.64. Thus it appears that iroa is only $4.50 or $5 a ton dearer in New York now than in 1871, and yet, notwithstanding tha fact of almost a bare market, there is no steady demand and prices are altogether unreliable. The tariff has now effectually prohibited the importa tion of the usual grades cf bar-Iron. For tho cost of iron in England, with freight and in surance added, would put the price at about $79 currency a ton in bond, which, with the du'y of $25, would mske tha price of im ported Iron moro than $100 a ton, while the American produer with low slocks on hand is unable to sell freely at ISO a ton. This condition of things is somewhat perplexing, but perhaps tho true solution of it Is to be found in tha following facts: First The farmers, who are the principal con sumers of bar-iron, have for several years been pinched for money. The adveso op eration of the tariff laws has driven them to greater economy, and they now repair their wheel tires and farming Implements, and refrain longer from buying new, ones than formerly. Second A great num ber of small forges have recently sprung np In convenient centres, which produce from 1,000 to 5,000 tons each of rolled Iron forged to suit tbe demand of their respective neighborhoods. Singly thay are of little importance, but collectively thoy constitute a very foimldablo competition wan the great iron establishments of Pennsylvania and Maryland. The farmers within a ra dius of a hundred miles around Rome, in this State, no longer purchase their supplies of iron from New York, but draw them from the foundries which have eprung up iu the former city within the last few years. This is only ons cf tho many examples which misht bo cited in all parts of the ountry. Third - The demand for railroad irnn has decreased with tho decline in rail road building, whirh is largely attributable to the high price of iron, implements, aud 1 ibor produced by tbe tariff. Whatever the complete solution of tha presentyStagnalion' in tho iron trade may be, or wherever tno future centre of tho iron production in this country may bo located, it Li very certain tint tho outrageous tariff on iron which has served the purposes of tho Pennsylvania founders aud forgers for the past twelve years is now a dead letter. It no longer brings revenue to the Treasury nor protec tion to the American manufacturer of iron." . The Cbattanooga Commercial of tbe 19.b inst., says: "Judga uoraoii, oi ning- . . . i.. . I. .. ..acfatlav rn Htlcj g ia, ta.j was iu ks wjr jhj inesa. From him we le&ru tuattrov.urowu and otters have purchased lands in the vicinity of Ringgold with tho intention of erecting thereon a blast furnace at an early day." naSh?tolb40niqS f-akb American THE OKEAT SHOWMAN TO BEAT THE ; K Is this another "advertising dodge ? Mr. P., T.JJarnum announces that if'. balloon, does not cross the Atlantic this fail he will experiment mea as eany as pthiuiu vpaf: orovlded oeoh more aeronauts -.can be feond In Auwricfor Europe jWi "tUy make thettempt. He evidently "es not miena to mane r-"" a cbP balloop, for he sys: "As at Pt-ahve th.e silk manu factured in China, put togetherand prepared I under the direction of scientific men in Lon- .don, an experimental ascension mado rom r ,-"'?-. , 'aJ it. the Sydenham'CrystalPilace grounds, then Ibring tbe naiioon to amenca, an ithe transatlantic trip (rom New YorK I . ... , . .,, . if f mi tust the publ:clwill.believe tnat ?ri pui 'my hand totheplbw Ishill not look'Djek." Barnum will beat tne Grannie. 11 ne cbalgeWfty?cenls"alead,for admission to see his ballon, he would be sure to give ,the spectators something for. their rmoney better, worth looking at than a!b!g, piece' of rotten canvas,, . Ha 6ays that he will em bellish his balloon with the. initials "P..'T, jBr" the. American .eagle, an&tkolber patriotic, THE TRIAL BY JURY. Apropos of. tbe present desultory discus sion of the jury system, we copy from the .TuMrenn fTAnn. TlprnlH' v f - . - . T Isj "Wo have been asked by oae 01 our friends If a cHaoga in ths jury system does not lead'up 6" a conflict with the Constitu tion of the United States. We examined this matter carefully, consulting with some of the best lesal counselors of our acquain tance upon, this point and do not think that the w.ord 'jury' as used in the Federal or State Constitutions, necessarily presuppose a jury of twelve men. It i? true tbat the idea of a jury of twelve has become to a g:eat degree crystalized in the public thought,- but in other Statrsin -many In-; stances tfiis-f nutnber is varied. In New York, a magistrates' jury consists of six men.- Iu some States,-coroner's juries are composed of seven men. Grand juries for merly consisted of tweritvf .'ur ihen. In Kentucky sixteen are required, and in Ten nessee a smaller number. The a nmon lawdefinl ion of the wold 'jury' would call for twelve men, but the denaition in le i- cons calls for a .'given number of sworn lreo holders.' The Constitution 01 tne unueu States is not in the way of a change. The onlv obstacle. If any exists, would be in tho construction of the word jury by our own Supreme Court, and that can be met by a change of the Stat3 Constitution, which, will take place iu any event, before many years have passed." FAST XOTTKG MEN. Mr. Fulton, editor of the Baltimore American, has .been traveling in Europe several months, and In one cf his letters from Vienna he writes: "We are under the impression in Amerl- - ca that our .young men are not as steady arid st-id as they ought to be, but they are mir acles of steadiness compared to the average vonnumen of ermanv. The students at Heldeibure can clve them a start of half a dav and beat them before bedtime.- They don't drink strong liquor; coff-e, beer or wibe being tho extent of their libations, but they devote the best part of tho day to the cafe cr the beer saloon, reading the papsrs, playing billiards, chatting or studying the plates in the numerous satrical papers. How the many thousands of young men in Vienna obtain a Lvins and good clothing, who are always to ba found in tha coffee-houses, is a mystery 'that no Mow can find out.' It Is equally a wonder to the people of Vienna as.it is to tne sttanger." ! Mr. Fulton forgets tho old adage that there is only sixpence between those who work and those w'-o play, and that the htter get it. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. A flleetins of the W. M. U. No. 4, of Edgefield, IWILIi BE HELD AT COLEMAN'S' HALL on Monday, Sept. 22, at 8 p.m. All mem bers aro earnestly requested to be promptly on hand. Canuldatcs for initiation will be attended to. By order of the President. It WM. WALLACE, Secretary. SOCIAL :Q.l.XjXj OF THE ST. JOSEPH'S T. A. SOCIETY, AT THE SKATING KINK, Thursday Evening, Sept. 23, 1S73. The Committee of Arrangements -will leave nothing undone to make this 8 pleasant and agreeable ball. J. J. O'HOUKiLK, sec'y. sep21 3t sun,wed,thurg Largo Three Days' Ury Goods sate. YEATMAN, SHIELDS & CO WILL SELL Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 23d, 24th and 25th September, commencing each day at 10 o'clock a. at., extensive lines or seasonable Staple and Fancy Goods in great variety, Hats, UootJ, bilges, Trimmings auu v uncus? K"c,i" ly, to which we Invite tco attention of all who mate prices an odjcci in meir purcuasco. sep21tf 141 GHl'BCU STKEET, TEGS TO INFORM THE LADIES OF ri Naslirillo that she la now In receipt of the newest styles of French Patterns of Dresses and Cloaks, and hopes they will give her a call before f 1 1 CrtnOl Ktsnn BJJOOSTilPX SAME. Seal Estate, Accounts, Notes, etc. In tho District Court of the United States for the Middle District or Tennessee in tne mat ter of Tbos. Parkes & Co., Bankrupts. T NASHVILLE, AT THE ROOM OF THE J. said District uourt, On Monday, J.3th October, 1S73, at 12 o'clock x., I will proceed to sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, tho following property of Thomas ParKes a uo., tne uanK rupts aforesaid, vie.: An undivided one-third Interest in tho follow ing described real estate: A two-story frame bouse containing 5 rcoms, with 7 acres of land, more or less, near Franklin, Tenn., bounded as follows: On tho south by Embargo street, on the Eorth by HarpcthTiver, on she eat by the Nash ville and Decatur Railroad, on the west by the lands of Alexander and Dempsey, .known as the "Vine Lund Place." a int. nf "rroiind in the town of Lawrencebure, Tenn., fronting on the eastern side of the Public Square of said town, and known.as .lot jNo. 6 in in tne plan oi tain iuwiu A intnf eround. 3 acres, more or less, in tho town of Lawrencebnrg, Tenn., being lot No. 79, registered in the Register's office of Lawrence county, Tenn., book If, page 4 12. A lot ofcroundin Lawrence county. Tenn., on Deal's fork of Sholl Creek, adjoining tho Lawrcnccburg tract and the Mill tract, bounded on the south by the Mill tract, and on theetst, north and west by the Lawrenceburg tract, in cluding the tan-vard and all it aourtenances. sild piece of land being 14 poles fast and west by 19 poles north and south, registered in book if., nice 42fL A certain piece or parcel of ground in Law rence county. Tenn.. containing 150 acres, more or lea?, on Shoal Creek, known as the "Matthews Tract," registered in the Register's office of said county in book K, pages 4C3 and 470. A one-sixth undivided interest in the real es tate it Wm. .Parkes, dee'd, of Lawrencs county, Tenn. Thos. Parkes' interest in contested bids for land sold by Chancery Court at Nashville, Tenn., in case of E. H. Childress vs. W. R. Lucas. Tkrms op Sale of Rkix KsTATE-One-third cash, and residue In 6 and 12 months. Notes. satisfactorily endorsed, with interest from dato ana uen rciamea until purcnase money is paid. Accounts, notes, etc., to do paia in casn. THOS. OALLENDEB. Assignee of Thos. Parkes & Co. se20 4t21,23, OCt 11, 12 For Sale. T HAVE A HANDSOMELY IMPROVED X place Residence and Business House and oneot the best stands for dry goods and groce ries west of Tennossee river, which I will sell on ?ood terms. Buildings all in good condition, and Mtnated on the P. & M. R. R. at Pierce's Sta tion in Weakley connty. Apply in person or by Sept. 20, 1873. Pierce's Station, Tcnn. Tennessee Mannfactnring Co. fTlHE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE TEN 1 nessco Manufacture c Comnanv are herehv notified that tho annuat meeting for election of Directors for the ensuing year, will be held in the ofllco of the Commerci! Insurance Comnanv. city of Nashville, on Monday, the Cth of October next J. WHIT WORTH, Pres't. J. PI.UNKET, Sec. and Treas. jasiiviue, sepciy, lb.x Business College larnJi open Monday. Bent. 22. Students can enter at any time, aa tho office will be open daily. Old or new students will ba .aavices." Jt'.i. Jiia a.very.goou.pau:ioi.ia, Election in tho Eignm wara, meiyesteraay eve .!nnir' xi -v untlWrtslinr to 10 o'clock. It was also ruled that welcomed. H. P. EARHART, seplS dlt&wlt Principal. ADVERTISEMENTS. ATTENTION, rtPENCER EAKTN AND O. B. KNOWLES, .& tAim K. chase lor AIuermRii, r.uwaru .vmaru. Geo. Moore, Frank Ottenville and .se. candidates for Councilmen. se lected the frlkmlng gentlemen Dr. C. Jt. In- stqn, jonn 'ianK":ey, ueurjro t . owraiBjr.u. Martin, James Ferguson, James Peebles, John Black, E. S. Evans and Leonard Parkes to act as a committee to decide upon tho propriety or calling a convention or holding a primary elec tion tO arrive at U1U lutuuiuu uiusi. iuvuicu uy tho voters of tho Eighth ard. Said committee .f. .nhnlM. TivVftlllnn-Dr. O. K. Winston to tho chair, and appointing ionard Partes tecro- tarr and In pursuance otrfho above request, ap- 't.V. TTntoicy; A.lv.-Y. Alley in d Mai- -3 xiomas McM'ry. clerks, to hold a primary -election, in the same manner as thator noldlnga regular election, at nuecornerofSouth cherry and Mulberry streets, ' 0rfav next 22d " polls to be epened from 7' to 9 o'clock, and the candidates receiving the largest number of votes to be declared the cnotce or. ine iiigntn warn as candidates in the regular Municipal Electlcta Sept. 27, 18TS. ' In case oE a tie vote between the candidates, rendering no election, tho polls will be opened and hcldny the same officers, at the same place, th following nlghttvlthln samo hour?, to receive votes to decide between tne canaiuaics so nea. The Committee appointed to hold a Primary no Vote would be counted tbat did not contain the name of one of the Aldermen and two of lha Councilman named in tho IU t of can dictates pub lished in the proceedings of their former meet Iub; "aiid.lt is expected that no Republican can did ite will pjesnt his name beforo that primary election. O. K. winstok, Chairman. LEONARD EARKES, Secretary. - sep20 2t PUBLIC SA1E OF FINE STOCK. OF WILL OFFER AT PUBLIC OUTCRY, AT NnshvlUo Kaco Coarse, On SATURDAY, SEPT. 27tbt A FINE LOT OF ITS JLRIiIDSrO- COLTS (Tbo Produce of Vandal.) Sale to begin at 10 a. m. For sale. Catalogues, apply to W. G. HARD1HO, augVata Ansnviiir, iesu. DRY GOODS. JOSEPH VAULS, Jr., WITH L. M. Bates 8l Co., IJirORTEKS AND JOBBERS DRY GOODS, SHIS, SHAFTS, CLM1IS, Ribbons, Notions, ,EIft, ETC., 451 and 453 BROADWAY. isrjz7r YORE. WE OFFER OUR SOUTHERN FRIENDS a most desirable Stock, and will meet them with liberal treatment and careful attention. Orders promptly and satisfactorily attendee to. Mall your letters to our care, and make us head quarters, angsl lm JVUELLANEOUS. Booths. THE BOOTHS ASD DINING HALL OF the Tennessee Agricultural and Mechanic Association will bo rented at public outcry, At tbo Fair Grnnmln, on BXonuny, Kept. 22, at 10 o'clock a. it. seplltd JNO. H. WILLIAMS, Gen'l Ag'U MAD. BESHAYES, FROM PARIS, RESPECTFULLY IN forms her friends and patrons that she hB o.fnlil .lif il in Co nmhia. Tcnn. She is now ready to attend all orders sent to her jn the Hue 01 rcnovaiing a.i Kinus 01 ohica. auu wuno utw, also atter laces in dlfler. nt styles. Laco Curtains done up equal to new. scp!3 2w Notice. OFFICE OF SECRETARY AND TREAS URER NAS1IVILLE, CHAI'XAAUUUA AND ST. LOUIS RAILWAY, Nabhvills, Tenn., Ang. 20, 1S73. aIHE STOCK BOOKS OF THE NASH vlllo and Chattanooca Railroad Company will be closed on tha 1st day of September, 1873,. and opened on tuo 1st uay 01 ucioDer next, in order to give time to mako np tho stock accounts and .to arracge I or tne issuance 01 new ceruu cates In tho name of the "Nashville, Chattanoo ga and St. Louis Railway Company." Certifi cates of stock in the Nashville, Chattanooga and St Louis Railway Company will bo issued on and af cr the 1st day of October next. W. A. ULEAViSS, sec ana areas. aug21 to oct 1 Insolvent Notice. THE INSOLVENCY OF THE ESTATE of W. H. Wilkinson, dee'd, having been suggested to tho County Court lor David son county, all persons having claims against said estate are notified to appear and file the nmf nnthentieated in the manner prescribed by law, on or before the 15th day of March, 1874. xnis. lae um uav oi oepuiiuucr, ioio. W. H. WILKINSON, Jb., sepj doaw3t Administrator. 3IAMIO COAIi. THIS SUPERIOR COAL IS NOW OFFER p.A to the citizens ol Nashville. It is a hard i:ni will nnt slack, easilv limited, burns cheer fully but not rapidly; leaves no cinder and but few ashes. Consumers are requested to give lea trial ana test Its many good qualities. Orders left nt Ofllco, 30 Union Street, tbreo doors from .College St., Will receive j rompt attention. A. STRETCH & CO, Agents. sep7 2w EDUCATIONAL. ACADEMY OF ST. CECILIA, NASHVILLE, TESN. THE FALL AND TWENTY-SIAIH 3.a gion will begin on moaday, lirst of September, For particulars apply for catalogues. jy27 2m CBOILIAN GOLLBGKE, Male, in the country, on E. & P. R. R. Board, TuitiUon, Washing, Lights, Fuel, Bed, etc., per twenty weeks, only $100. For particulars, aaoreus H. A. CECIL BROS., Ceclllan P. O., Hardin County, Ky. aug6ood2m . MBS. STIiVANBS REED'S Enclisli. Frencii ana ermn Boarding ana uas FOR YOUNG LADIES AND UUlLiUKr-n, Nos. C and 8 East 53d Street, Central Park, (be tween Otll ami Jiruisun uon .-irwlll heirin Sent. 21. 1873. Letters and applications to bo sent to tie ?JT0 address. - -- MRS. JOHN V. Ii. ULKBUiviiis, Vtii-MbIi. French nud German Board- . r VnnDir i.ndle nod Children, No. 20 East 44th street between Fifth and Mad-x,u-r vunr vnnir n TV. ISO II Avenues, .i- i win. -hti.t. nPRN SEPT. 24TH. 1873. A most instruction together with Home care and Privileges Miss Pegram, lot., nf Richmond. Is associated with Mrs. Bleecker. augzo cumm University of Nashville. Department of Medicine and Burger) . 1 S V 3 - T -a THE TWENTY-FOURTH COURSE OF LEG turea in this Institution will commence on Monday, the 29th day of September and close on thelast Thursday of February, 1874, The Anatomical liooms win oe openeu ior otu AnMa nn tho 22d dav, of SeDtember. Special at tention Is paid to this depart-ncnt, so that the racll:ties for the study of Practical Anatomy are not surpassed anywhere. EYir nilnlral instruction, both Medical and Surgical, ample provision is made through tho St. Vincent nospitai.Tiear tne uouegi:, is Infirmary, and the State Prison Hospital FHXS: Matriculation fee. S5.00: Professor's Ticket, 850; Dissecting Ticket, S10; Graduation fee, $30, Boarding, m gooa nouses, - io jsj a wtoi. For furtEor information apply to T. B. NEW sepllin Dean of the Faculty. - Sunday, seftembee ti usa. BANKING, JPirst ISatioiial JSamk of -s t NASIIYIM.E, TENN., If o. ,55Woi.tli college Street. TgR DUSIONA TilD DEPOSITORY OF THE UNITED STATES FOB MIDDLE TENNESSEE. CAPITA!... . 6230,000. 00,060. Mi BURNS. Ej R. CAMPBELL. 0. R. PARSONS, A. G.EWING,. A. L..DEMOSS WM. BIMMONS. Receives Dcposits,.Dcals in Foreign and Do isetlo Exchange, Gold, Silver end Government Securities. Collections made and remitted for on day ot payment at enrrent rata of exchange. Revenue Stamps for sale. M. BURNS, W. 0. BUTTERFIELD, President. Cashier. THEO. COOLEY, Janll sptf Assistant Cashier. RACING. FALL MEETING 0F THE MILL! ASSOCIATION WILL Commence Monday, Sept. 29, 1873, OVER THB NASHVILLE RAGE COURSE, AND CONTINUESIX DAYS, Alternating with tbo Fair, of the Agrl. cattaral and Xecbaatcnl Association. ' All Railroads running 'nto Nashville charge half fare, from all points in tho State, during tho continuance of tho Fair .and Races. :-..- PROGRAMME. First Day Monday, Sept. 29. IS73. FIRST RAOE. Voung America Stake No. 1, for two year olds; dash, of a mile; .SK entrance, p. p., tne Association to auu co'jv, iu w; iuh uu the first day of tho meeting; 8-50 to the second horse. Closed.with 23 nominations. SECOND RACK. -binca-j iiotei staKe, lor trrppn thrie-vear olds, mile heats, who have not appeared In public Trior to the 1st of August, 1873; S25 subscription, p. p., tho Ast ociation to add $300; S50 to the second horse; to bo run on the first day of the meeting. Closed with 16 nominations. . . 'XH1RD RACE. Association Purse $10; dash of a mile and a quarter. - Second Day Wednesday, Oct. 1, 1873. FIBST RACE Association Purse, S-jOO; two- mile heats. SECOND KAUiS Ascciauon irursc, wuu; milo heats. Third Day Friday, Oct. S, 1873. wirst RACE Hello Meade State. Sweep stake for three-year olds, (foals of 1S70); two mile heats; SI00 subscription, 550 forfeiture, As sociation to add S7 00, to bo run on the third day the meeting, uiosca wirn sj nominations. SECOND RACE Association Puwe, 8250; dash of two miles. Fourth Day Monday, Oct. 0, 1873. FIRST HACE Association Purse, S100; mile heats, 3 in 5. SUUOfiD Biua a.5SOviauon xurw, ciiy, dash of a mile. . ,, THIRD RACE Association Parse, $150, dash of a mile and a quarter. Fifth Day Wednesday, Oct. 8, 1873. FIRST RACE Young America Stake No. 2, for two-year olds; dash or a mile $23 entrance, p. p., the Assoc atlon to add 5309; the winner of Young America Stake No. l to carry 10 lbs. ex tra; to be run cnth- fifth day of the meeting; $50 to the second borse; closed w th 25 nominations. SRt!n'ii TtAOK Sou hern and Western Turf Congress Stake; four mile heats; $250 sub-, scriMlon, lip.; the Nashville Blood Horse Asso- elation to auui.vw, in wmcu n. ia c.c.icu w. the Lexington, St. Loui, New Orleans, Mobile and Nashville Associations will be represented. THIRD RACK issociation Purse, $200; dash of a mile and a half. Sixth Day-Friday, Oct. 10, 1S73. FIRST RACE Maxwell nouse Stake, for three year olds; mile he as; $23 subscription, p, p.; the Maxwell House to add $400; SlOo to soe ond horre; to bTnn on the last day of tho meet ing; closed with 25 nominations. aECOSD RACE Association Purse, S300; mil Tipnta. THIRD RACE Association "urse, si-w; aasn of a mile and a quarter: sri to tne nrsr, sou to the second, and S25 to the third. Whera there is no second horso, tha Associa- tion will retain second money. Half the money onerea in purses w:u oe giyeu fnr .a will t Kntmncps for Association 1'nrses. a per cent. All coaimunications addressed to the Secre tary, w.ii. joitaao, GEO. W. UAKDEX, aec y. riwiu-m. S M. Mcephy, Treasurer. sepl7 td DENTISTRY. DENTISTRY. R. B. FBESSIA9, D. D. S. NO. 117 CHURCH STREET, (Opposite McKendreo Church.) omen Honrs. 8 A. Bf. to 1 V. 81. ana a to 6 V. M. aug 26 sat sun i tues tf MEDICAL. To Women who Suffer! UTTTV Df Sf) MANY OF TOU CONTINUE I to suffer on from month to month, and from year to year, and go down to premature I'rnvnu vithnnt r for onco entoving the balmy sweets and happiness ot good health? wnen Dr. T. G. BRACKING, of Nashville, cau to easily be consulted at any time, and who speedily and so happily cures all of theunspouen ana nnpeHuui nffltctlnm nf vonrsex. with ncrfect dHCCCSS nnd safetv. Juet seotha Iinndreds of te- verely aflllcted and even bedridden patients whom Tin lifts so haonilv cired during only a few months past. Patients come to him from every quarter of this country from hundreds or mnes, and are speedily enrea, aiier long years na Vnti nporl nnt til In t bCCaUSO Other PhVSl- rinna rannnt r.nrn VOU that It Cannot bO done. It matters not if a dozen hasfalled in your case, Hp Tio nL 1r.fr frill snnn enrfi YOI1. Caniwr and Fistulas also cared, and Surgical operations f klllfully performed. Plies Cnicd by one application or medicine. flh.totrlfal rws nrnmntlv attended to. Offlce, Cor. Sammer and Vbnrcn sib. T. G. BRACKING, M. D sep9 2taw tnes.sun tf 3-233? 2?"SJ32dl U KATALTSINE WATER The Great Medi cine of .Nature Indorsed by the highest Medical Authorities. Restores Muscular Power to the Paralytic, Youthful Vigor to the Aged, and Develops the Young at a Criti cal Period; Disssolves Calculi and '-Chalky" T . Vr, Hnnt 1th All mat is in. Dvi- icuusiu t wui.j . ....... - ; - pepsia, Neuralgia.Gravel, Diabetes, Diseases . W. t ! .1 cMn. AKHAvnlnal oi me iviuneyp, JJiveraiiu j111! .""". Dropsy, Chronic Dlarrho3a, Constipation, Asthma. Nervousness, Sleeplessness, Gene ral Debllitv, and nearly every class of Chronic Disease. Pamphlets, containing History or tne spring auu ituium"" Medical Journals, eminent Physicians and C4tBi....tn.t rtn-we,T.a cant. T?nvK hv mall bv WHITNEY BROS., Generil Agents, 227 Soutn i ront street, irniiaueii'i". For tale by all Druggists. aug3 eodOm c ft. U C u o o a a R o 3 e a-g 9- " n C E ." g S . S--3,; a UC J UCI " u ft. S -E t'' if J S.".o; 2 a..-:" HJSv. S o C i n O C rt fi jy25 dw3m 1 ii. o, Chtrles ftrtet, St. Louil, Mo., hu been longer en-IJ-fd ln the tritmeit of ln'e.l and ..xnal ilio iDerlSSrrliccl. eml debility nd Impotenej. as th. W,aVrVouueis. ,ekln.Umi.5loIi.,debUltT, dfmj.e of fdelecUTemeiory.pimplesontbeaee.p mionto tocletrof female, """'Jf.VS,0"?, .Tual cower, are permanently cured. Pampniel jo Ps rTlt"r.finqi.lry-wlthoneitampant,ered.j, scp5 ly Dissolnlion. ,n, nv WEBB. HUGHE3& CD T was disced y antwl consent on o inst , John Hughes retiring. ' Seta iwdptli IOr iuuuojo v..w ii. htKinMI. 'XUB DOOKI win uo jvci-. w H WEBB, gins & Co. joHNnUGHlJS, K. 0. WEBB, sAMScaaonss. Nashyllle, Sept. 15, 1873. P16 1W EBLODD HOBS 3 19 PI K33 U ' -is InnouncementS Ter Mayor. WE are authorized to announce K. J. MOR RIS as a Candida e for Mayor of the el?, of Nashville at the ensuing Municipal Election. jyia ta For Alderman First Ward. A T the solicitation of many voters, Ihave con- XX. sented to become a candidal o for Alderman from the First ward, and If elected. 1 nromise faithful attention to the luteres's of the First Ward and the entire city. augi? te doiif. moLAUUHiiUr. WE are authorized to announce HUGH DOUGLASS as a candidate for re-election as Alderman f i om ths First Ward. sepll ta For Allormon Second Ward. TH compliance with thewlsheiof very many L citizens or tne aeconu wara, i annonnco my self as a candidate for Alderman from the Sec ond Ward at the ensuing Municipal Election-. sepj te xxius, vj. aunovAi. For Alderman Third Ward. TF elected. Alderman o . the 3d Ward I will X servo tne city to the best or my aDUitr. augzi .nuutviaavjAXftA. For Alderman Fenrtb Ward. E are authorized to announca JAMES h. PENTH.COST as a candidate rone-elec tion as Alderman from tho Fourth Ward at the nsulng election. ang3l ta For Alderman-Tlfth Ward. E are authorized to announce J. M. HAW KINS as a candidate for Alderman trom the t nth Ward at the ensuing election. seplO td THE present Incumbent having declined to ba a candidate for re-election as Alderman i from theFifth Ward, I hereby announce myself to an duties incident to tne omco. augl7 te B. B. CHEATHAM. Bar AldcrmaH-SIxth Ward. ' respectfully announce myself a candidate for Alderman from the Sixth Ward, and if 'elect ed will serve my. constituency with the best of my numblo ability. u. u. aua.ji. augiixa Tl rE are authorized to announce S D. BASS YV as a candidate for AIdrraan" from the 6th Ward at tho ensuing Municipal election. " HEREBY announce myself a candidate for re-election aa Alderman from the 6th Ward. aug2G J. W. WILSON. For AlderraaH-ScveHth Ward. TTTE are authorized to'annonnca A. A. HITS' VV ns a candidate for Alderbnan from the 7th Ward, at the ensuing election, sepia te For Alderman Eighth Ward. TlY reauest. I announce myself a candidate D for Alderman from Eighth Ward. sepute zrz.nvz.xi, TirE are authorized to announce J. J. VV HEUSER as a candidate for Alderman from the Eighth Ward at the ensuing election. aug i ta For Gonuctluinu Vtrat Ward. WE are authorized to announce JOHN W. EDWARDS as a candidate for Council man from the First Ward at the ensuing Muni cipal Election, aepma TTTE are authorized to announce W H. V V PERRY as a candidate for re-election as Councilman from the First Ward. BepH ta TTTE aro authorized to announce E. R VV CULLOM as a candidate for Councilman from the First Ward at the ensuing election. au23tf For Councilman Second Ward. TB7F. ftrft authorized to announco JOHN W. 1 OAPPS as a candidto for Councilman from the Second Ward, at the ensuing munici pal election. sepW te WE are authorized to announce JOHN W. nnr.F.MAK as a candidate for Councilman from tuo second ward at tne ensuing eiecuuu. sep7 td Ax tne earnest request oi vuterau uiu qcwuu Ward to serve again as Councilman, I here by announce myself as a candidate for re-elec- .. . . r x c 1 sep2 td TSTE are authorized to announce jienxum YT SNOWDEN a? a candidate for council man from the Second Ward at the ensuing Mu nicipal Election. eep3 td WE are authorized to announce) OLIVER TOWLES as a candidate for Councilman from the Second Ward at the ensuing election. sep3 te For ConHCilrann-Jrhlrd Ward. "TTTE are authorized to announce G. M. FUUU, VV Jr., as a candid ite lor councilman trom the Third Ward at the ensuing Municipal Elec tion, sepia mi TTTE arn antharlzed to announce T. J. VV TREPPARD as a candidate for Council man from tho Third Ward. sepll td N response to the solicitations of many friends r am a candidate for re-election as Council man from tho Third Ward, pledging to use my best exertions tor tne solid aavaneemens oi ma public interest, as I have done in the past. aug24 td JAMES M. REED. TTTK ATM nnthnrlzed to announce HARRY D. W MARTIN as a candidate for Councilman from tho third Ward at the ensuing municipal election. augztu For Councilman Fonrth Ward. TTTE arn authorized! to announce iOKU VV REDDICK as a candidate for Council man from the Futirth Ward, at the ensuing mu nicipal election. sepl3 te TtF. am authorized to announco R. J.. W ADAMS cs a candidate for re-election as Councilman from the Fourth Ward at the ensu ing Municipal Election. aug30 td AT the solicitation of many menus, l an nounce mvself as a candidate for Council man from the Fourth Ward. aug30td A. u. uiitiuinu.". For Councilman Fifth Ward. urii nm authorized to announce duuM W i.nCK as a candidate" for Councilman from the Fifth Ward, at the ensuing election. aua29to T)Y request of a number or citizens ot ineain. rS w nni t nnnnnncn mvself a candidate for Councilman from thtt ward at the ensuing mu nicipal election, ounn m. uaui. augiata AT the request or many citizens, utuaua W- SMITH Is announced as a candidate for Councilman in the Fifth Ward at the ensuing Municipal Election. ang22 tf WE are authorized to announce W. M.DUN iian as a candidate for Councilman from the Fifth Ward at the ensuing election. aug2l td For Councilman Sixth Ward. TTTE'are authorized to announce wjjjLuaji. VV T.ITEBERas a candidate ior re-eieciion as Councilman from the Slxtlt ward at tne ensu inn.i..in ser3 td W tyrmrntiu a nandidate for Councilman a j h: nm Hninnnzeu lu uuuuiuivo v. a from the Sixth Ward at the ensuing Municipal election. ang " For CoHHCllman SeTenth Ward. i T th ncrsnnal rennest or very many ot my A fellow-cltizens of the Seventh Ward, I an nounce myself a candidate lor re-eiecuon. Ulinnlil rh. (.fit TAtianf thfiolrt SeTenth airaln contide to me her interests, I shall give to them. my very best services. . . , AUg. li, 16(0. x u nil r iuiwjiuji. aogl" to For Councilman Eighth Ward. WE are authorized to announce iuviwjb it. riTTASK as a candidate for Councilman from the Eighth Ward ut the ensuing election. sept, its, vsio. "i"0 T7 E aro authorized to announce BOBT H. VV tt a ttf.v m .a candidate for Councilman of the Eighth Ward at the ensuing Municipal Election. oui m W1 w .m onthnrlinrl tn announce EDWArtD WULARD as a candidate ior re-eiecuon as Councilman of the Eighth Ward at the ensu- inir Munislpal Elecuon. uSoi iu tttf .rn nnthorlzea to announce tfiian W iiTTRWii.l,R as a candidate for Comr Municipal election. augjj iu- For Conncllmaa Tenth Ward. AT the urgent solicitation ot my menus, i an nounce myself a candidate for Councilman of tho Tenth Ward at the ensulnz Municipal Election. is,HjiXAJ3.u Jiuoaua. ssnllte TXT'E are authorized to announce u. n.. oram VV nn a candidate for councilman irom mo Tenth Ward. seplOtd WE are authorized to announce A. J. LAW no acanHiiiatir for re-election as Council man from the Tenth Ward, at the ensuing elec tion, uugia UJ B Y requcrt of a number of 'citizens of the i T,th Wnrri. I announce mvself a candidate lor Councilman fiom that Ward at the ensuing Municipal election. au28 te" E. W. SHAFFER, Jb. COMMISSION MERCHANT. NOTICE. 3Tm 23. STJSLa'E.'DC'T1, (Succefsor to Burnett, Mclnnls & Co.,) COMMIfSIOX HEKCSA5T, Ho. Ill Broad Street, - aew xora. 'R.fr tn Sfesara. Lesueur & Powell, Kashvllle. Tenn.: Mesws. Carter & Lester, Lebanon, xeniu; Uom.Excnango uans, x.. i Liberal advances made on shipments to me. augC3m MISCELLANEOUS. JaJBOIf!! WE HAVE IN STORE A LARGE AND Mimnlcto stock of Kentucky and Tennessee Iron, which we are offering to cash and proT pt buyers at REDUCED PRICES. Fep5 lm D.HILLMAN & SONS. For Sale. SftA ACRES OF SPLENDID ELK RIVER OUU Land in Lincoln connty, Tenn., situated 6 miles from FayettcvllI on the Winchester and Alabama Railroad; well watered and Umbered, .mi oiiir.tprt n cnttTTi. cnrn. small crftln ana crass. For Information addres it. jr. i)i.iuiiii Ben9 tf Fayettevllle, Tenn. BUILDING MATERIALS. J. BROWN & CO., DEALERS IN T .. 1 1 .1 1 r. o- RnnnllH. Wfalte 1.1 Hlf, C- " mentrrTre riiu, Firo Clay, Was. ter Paris, PlnsterlHgr Wnlr, Wblte Saad, f to., No. 40 North augl7 tf Summer Street. GENTLEMEN'S FASHIONABLE CLOTHING. DEALER m A SUPERIOR QUALITY OF WE ARE NOW IN FALt AND .'-WINTER COMPRISING ALL THE LEADING GENXLEMEJI'S SITITIS58, COATISGS, VE3TJLSGS, ETC., ETC, To which we caf dially invite the attention of our friends ana the pahllc. J- 3l- T- ROSB,. :7 apleodUlfjanl8,H 0' WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS. M..BTAN. WHOLESALE Bdbedsofi Conty, Bourbon and fije Whiskey Forelgrn antt-Domestlc "iTInes, Sole -Agents for1 tfie CeieDrated and, JOCKO, CIGARS, ' Iks south, market street, pjashvilijE, tess.. We hare also for the trade a full line of Domeatio JanlO eodly litp - WHOLESALE VHITE1 SAMUEL COWAN, S. A. IEAUDLY. WHOLESALE WHITE GOODS, MOTIONS, HOSIERY, GLOMES; Gold and Silver Watolies, Clocks, Jewelry, Eto. 37 PUBLIC SQUARE ATS D 17 CEDAK STKEET, I9A8HVIKJLE, TEIf. ang31 eodly lstp MUNICIPALELTm Election Notice. TTTHEREAS, IN ACCORDANCE WITH! law. there will be beld, In the ten Wards IT of the clty-of NashTille, On September the 27th, An Election for Mayor, Aldermen and Council men for said City, and also the to e rlll be taken, aa to whether hogs ihall be permltttd to run at lareo through the treete. lanes and alleys of the city, those in favor of hogs running at large i in the city wiU vote "Hog," and those roppoied to their running at large wm uw ... KesolTed by the City Council or ashTllIe, rrl... .IH.iniKmMllTlhfl SADSndlX tO this resolntionbe,andtheyare hereby lielected and appointed as unaes, neceiTt-n, wm n.rir,.tTo ta at the seTcral rolls, as they are named In order, selected by the City Council: First Ward. Somtheast corner or Spring and Market streets. Judges John A. Dlx, Richard Perry, James Patterson Receiver A. ifncae. ueras Joha Morrow, W. Y aao. iiguurio umum Everett . MCCOBa nam. Jndges wfH. Latham, Thos. Halle, W. W. Phllllpc Receiver Captain uaney oounson. Clerks L.0 Halle, J.W.Johnson. Magistrate Jams Steele. Third Ward. I. A. Carpenter's offlce, opposite old Postofflc corner. T . Jndees J. 1. namnuci, o us- ntiumu, uu i Marshall. Olerks-J. W. Otey, Qhai.B Schardt. Receiver R. H. Trailey. Majhttrate T. D. Cassetty. Fonrth Ward. Judcchomas Dowdy, Dr Nat Moore, Sam'l Marling. Receiver Wm. iinrKe. uierss- -Stansett, Geo Franklin. Magistrate-A.Creigh-tan. Zflllix nam. -Hook and Ladder House. Judees- J. B. Knowles, Jai. Hickman, War ren Jackson. Receiver A. Caness. merits John Coleman, Thos. Crawford-Magistrate S. B. Cheatnam. S1XIU aru. Jones' Stable, Market street. Judges V. A. Baugh, Wm. Driver, C. G. Cabler. Receiver J as. namey. v.ieri o. Fisher, F. J. Snlllvan. Magutraie n. Meacham. Seveklti Ward. Woodnn's corner. ,, Judges Henry Hite, W. C.Hnndley, Jolley Parrish. Receiver rienry craiu lyicnis-Luo Thompson, R. Pi Gaines. Magistrate Isaac Paul. ... J1 BgBtli v aru. Deluge Engine House, Cherry street. Judges Frank Harman, N. B. Corbltt, Henry Haure. Receiver O. F. Ureen. ijierKs xnos. McMurry, Simon Cline. Magistrate James Wyatt. li -A Engine House. . Judges F. Klooti, H H Wallm.n,LMeaker. Receiver J. H. Buddeke, Sr. IHerts uasper Knhn. Frank Maskey. Magistrate o. n. Brantley, . TCBia rv ara. nnrnir McNalrr. and Broad stroeiB house formerly occupied by John O'Malley. ' c elver George Thompson. Clerks H. Alder son, W. H. Baskette, Jr. Magistrate John H. Baskettc, , , ., , , Beaolvedfuxther, That the Judges, Receivers and Clerks, who serve and sign the Election Re turns, shall each receive for their services three dollars. The Judges, Receivers, Clerks and Magistrates, as above appointed, will meet at the places above designated on Satfirday, Sept. 21th, at 9 o'clock, to open and hold an election for Mavor. Aldermen at d ConnciImenr as tho law directs. D. H. PITMAN, sepl7 td yity juarsnai. FINE CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES. 3T:0'Vja.Xa. Carriages and Baggies. Itf. FOWEBS, SaccessoT to Powers & Hunt lit the'Carrlag business, has removed nia. Bales jsoom fiom Not 76 N. Market iitreet to Wo. 109 north Marliet Street two doors below the old factory, where he will be pleased to see all the patrons of the old firm and all his friends generally In want of a fine Buggy orCarrlaze. . ..... I have now on band the most spienaiu Mson ment of Buggies, Barouche, Charlottes, Standing-Top Democrats, LongfellowSockaways, Bis- Also lust received, the most ulegant Circular Front Family Coach ever offsred lor sale In mafirra atnirififl. nnnir rv &kuii.i u vm w Also, one fine light second-hard Brett, good as new: one second-hand Hack, In thorough repair; and a variety or second-hand Jjaegies anu aa v.. n - iii.i r-wfll mil atlow rates. I am 'now prepared to do all kinds of Carriage Repairing promptly and at reaionable rates, or t.r.n.1 rf.l.Qj. wnrr to order. I have still in my employ cui uio uucm. via- men of Powers Bunt, among ornery Mr. JOHN F. INGALLS, Body Maker. Mr. W. W. BOGUS, Trimmer. Mr. JOHN A. HURKIN, Painter. an Tinrfer the sunerrislon of my former partner, Mr. W. S. HUNT, as Superintendent and Sales mAli repairing should be sent to the Sales Room, No. 103 n. juarzet su, anu is wiu m aumunu iu. promptly. : vvtx.no. mh2 eod7m REAL ESTATE AGENCIES. thos. ohaitwbix. a. yr. jozxsox, jb. CHAD WELL. JOHNSON & CO., Estate Agents, WILL ATTEND TO BuylHsr, seiiiBgr ad Beating ex jrroperujr, AIM te the neseuaus JLeasa And will make OASH ADVANCES on Proper ty or uenta wners paruua uesire it. OJRce, Se. 43 Cedar Street, NEARLY OPfOSITE POSTOFJICS. deciiy RECEIPT OF OUR "STOCK OF CLOTHING,. AND MOST APPROVED FABRICS EX ' " PUBMC SQUAKKTr . T. RYAN. DEALERS IS r Scotch aad Trlsli TfTiIstejs, LONGFELLOW, JUST OUT: andTorelsn Clean. Tobaccos, etc -9I 2 " , - ir1 GOODS AND NOTIONS. R. S. COWA1T. C. R. HANDL1 .TAT' ,3 . 1 . D RAILROADS. LOUISVILLE AM) MSHVILia AND Great Southern AND SOUTH & SOME ALABAMA 3B? ATT.B.O,pC COMMENCING MAY 25th, 1373, TRAINS will leave Nashville, from L. & N. B, B. De pot, North College street, as follows: 7, on A. M., daily, except Sunday, for Decatur. i stopping at all stations aud meking direct connection with M. & C. E, R. for poist WM and east. 5, OA P. M., Dally, for New Orleans, MobQ and Montgomery via Decatur. Sleeping' Can attached run through from Nashville te Montgomery, without change. Thl train does not stop at Stations between Nashville and Ce lulnbia, except Franklin, arriving' at Decatur at Ui59 A. ir and connecting with M. O. B.B. for Memphis. Columbia Accommodation discontinued until rurtner notice. The 7:00 a. m. train arrives dailr ex cect Sun day. The Gallatin Accommodation arrives daily ax cept Sunday. 5,ff A.3I, dally, for Louisville, has Sleep uU lng Car attached, running through from New Orleans via Mobile and Montgomery M ftasnvuie ana ijouisvuie witnons cnange. 6:00 a. u. and 1:20 r. x. trains for Loalsrill connect with trains with through Steeping and Day Cars attached, for SU Louis, Chicago Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, and Inter mediate points in the East, North and West. All trains named abovo will arrive at and ds- Eart from L. &W. Depot, on North College street, nt will stop at Junction of N. & C. and N. D. Railroads and at N. C. Railroad Depot to taka on and let off passenger. eV Passengers from a alia tin and vobats Sontn . arriving at Nashville at 7:00 ax, havo until 4:CO p 3i in wnicn to attenu to Dcsinosa Derate return lnz. Trains arrive at Nashville as follows: From New Orleans, Mobile and Montgomery, via De catur, 4:40 a m; from Decatur, 12:40 r x: frora Louisville and the East, North and ana West, at 7:00 a it and 5:00 r it. For throuzh Ticket. Baecraee Cheeks, and farther Information, apply at General Ticket. Office, under Maxwell House, and at L. Se N. Depot, North College street. NASHVILLE, CHATTASOOfiA AND St. LOUIS RAIL WAT TRAINS RUN TO AND FROM OHUSOX Street Depot as follows: T.9AVZ. Cliatumoojra Trains, ajutm 7:45 A.2I. Except Sunday. 1115 r fcOO r.r. Daily. 1:S0 A Blcraplils and St. Xtmla Tralax. LSAV3-" , Axsrrz; 1:45 A. Dally. 5:00 a. x. 2:20 P.M. Except Sunday. fc30 r .X Shelbyrlllo AccomrnotlntiOH. 1SJ.VZ3 Daily ARKITXa 4:00 r sr. except Sunday 9:45 a ml. 13 v hours to Memphis hours to St. Louis Shortest route to New Orleans. Throng Sleeping Cars from McEenzIe. Tizce20j hours. 78 miles shorter to Memphis than vlk Decatir. Hare than lOO miles shorter to St.Loala tku via Jjonisvuio, ana many hours quicker. TaT SLuCKfiu UAKS accompany the 8:00 1, n. train to Chattanooga, and the 1:45 a. x. train to Columbus, Ky. Through sleeping car from Union City to St. Louis on 12 10 p sr. train u. uoDinscn, 'xiejcei Agent, Maxwell House, T. M. Ounninahsaa usurcn iipeet xiepot. J. W. THOMAS, Gen 18 apt.. W. L. DANLKY, Gesl P. and T. Agent. Ja&28tf HTJ.TLKEX SGHKE17XVE. TJI, czjxux-Bit AND AFTER MONDAY. JUNE lBth 1873, Trains will ran dally'Snndsvs excBt ed) as follows: Leaves Lebanon at. ....M....7:CQ XJtt Arrives at Nashville at. 8:10 A.X. Leaves Nashville at. 4:30 r.x. Arrives at Lebanon at. .6:40 r Price's Stages leave Lebanon at T o'clock r jt. 0n Tnesdaya, Thursdays and Saturdays. Arrtvs t Lebanon at S o'clock a.m. on Mondavs.-Wed nesdays and Fridays. JyZStf Prea'tandSap't UNDERTAKERS. B. 0. 6B00MES & CO., Funeral Undertakers, AGKSTS JOE J. M. FVUJA3C. 42 ad 44 NortH Ckerry St., NASHVILLE. DEALERS IN BURIAL OASES AND 0A8 kets, and Agents for Crane, Breed & Cow's andother Improved Cases and Caskets. Attend promptly to all funerals in city or surrounding country with fine Hearses for both Adults and Children. Telegraphic orders filled with dis patch. .Taylor's Patent Corpse Preserver, be sides other preservers, that are wsrranteaxa preserve a corpse from 15 to 20 days without de ay. At the offlce day and nizht. 1anl4 til ap SLATE ROOFERS. r. J. JONES & CO., PRACTICAL SLATE ROOFEIS. Wholesale and Retail Dealers In all kinds of American Slate. AU orders promptly attended to. Ofllco aadTartl cor. Tine Chnretist Particular attention paid 'Jo Overhauling Old Jy2 6m Roofs. i ' ARCHITECTS. KCHITECT, 1 . S AS REMOVED HIS OFFICE TO.THIBD National Bank Building, Sontheartj corner vjUege and Union BtreeU. Entranctou Coh ego street. J!Pl5 CtOpm ry notwithstanding.