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L4'i. iNABEfiiilJ f NlQI At D AMBRIOAN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBEE 2l 187S.
.3 4 TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER S3, 1STO. tjov.MtBTON has become mo apologist for alLthe impurities which time and in- vestlpting commiUces inve uruugui. 10 inn Riirfarfl of the ReDublicau party. He thinks Senator Thurman might bo better employ ed than exposing such things to the gaze of a disgasted'people. The Radicil press and the Rsdical parly leaders are in'ordirately si-xioas to -create the impression that the Democraticparty is dead. If they really believed Buch to to th3 fact, woull they ba daily and hourly calling upon their own forces to raly, and by an extra degree of activity prevent the utter rout of the live Republican party, by these dead and buried Democrats? A special to the Memphis Appeal from Jackson, Mis3., on the night of the 19th, says: "It is reported and believed that in response to Gov. Powers' inquiry as to the constitutionality of the next election, Attor ney General Morris will give his opinion that ItIs unconstitutional. Should hade- liver tliat opinion, the Governor will issue a Declamation nrohibitiDC the election. This will make the present kettle of fish more chowdered than it is at present. If Powers stops the election it puts off voting until tho fall of 1S74. Timber planting is said to be at least moderately profitable abroad. The great timber plant of Scotland is what we know here as the Scotch pine. This existed in immense forests through that country; but notwithstanding the great quantity cut away for lumber purposes, it is stated, on the au thority of statistics collected by the govern ment, that there is a creator number of acres under Scotch pine at the present time than at any other period in Scotland's his tory. Besides this, large numbers of larches are planted, which are found very rapid-. crowing trees, and to yield timber inferior to none. Thb Kcoxville Chronicle pats the farm ers on the back thus: "At this distance, tho action of tho late Fanners' Convention at Nashville appears in a rather favorable lijht. The farmers, so fir as any open organization is concerned, are just beginning. Ineir action aoes rot bear upon its face tha, evidence of having been "cut and dried" wh.ch nearly always characterizes poltical gatherings. That much practical good will immediately grow out of the organization may well be doubted, but a tne farmer co on, ana Keep pontics out of their counsels, they will in the end achieve practical results." Our Radical contemporary evidently thiDks the farmers have have no business with politics except to pay taxes. The editor of the Baltimore American writes that throughout Germasy, wherever females can be employed to advantage, they are taken in preference to young men. At Munich the clerks and bookk epers in tho banks are nearly all young and handsome girls. At the depjt many of those who at tend the windows for the sale of tickets are girls, and the cashiers in all the cafes and restaurants are of the eame ?ex They are generally very expert at figures, and in mental arithmetic they have no superiors, In view of tho fact that so many females are employed in the rougher and hardest descript'on of laboring work, it speaks well for the sex that they are Eeekicg and secur iug more desirable and lucrative employ ment. Is his speech at Dayton, Ohio, Senato Morton doscended into the cess-pool to lish up dirty epithets to hurl at Senator Thurman who had exposed the corruption and misdeeds of the Republican party. The filthy sewer water which he flings at Sena tor Thurman might with as much proprie ty be dashed upon Governor Bullock for his speech on takipg the chair s President of the Republican State Convention in Massachusetts. Governor Bullock fully ad mitted tho troth of thft charges of corrup tion made cgainst the Republican party, "Scandalous irregularities and immoali- ties," said he, "have sprung up in the pub lie service, at first renied, Lext connived at, and afterwards condoned under tho pros sure of impending elections. And these thing?," he says, "have gone as far as the good r.ame of any party or the public sense can bear." Senator Thurman used no Etronger language than this in his Waverly speech, nor did he fall below tho self-respecting t ignity of tone of Governor Bul lock's address. WE MUST HAVE ft HOSPITAL. Of the three great improvements to be effected by our next municipal board, tho hospiial question stands second to none of them in point of necessity, or interest in the publ'c mind. We have Leeu growing for tho lit d;caae liko the ragged boy in the street, iu spite of conditions and circumstan ces wohave been growing into and assum ing the proportions of a city unconsciously, and certainly without any particular endcav or on our part. The outside world is seek ing us and knocking at our door as a rail road center ; educational men point to us and select our city as tha location or best aiapted for their Uuiversities, and manufac turers soon will be attracted to us on account of our central position and commandirg facilities for getting cheap coal and the raw materials of cotton and iron. "We are absolutely having greatness forced upon us, and there is hardly a man, woman or child in the city who realizes the fact. BnU we must wake up and prepare for it, and in the langusgo of Mrs. Chick to Mrs. Bom bay, "make an effort, Fanny." Make the effort in the directiou of a fine city hospital. We must have our boundaries enlarged and the corporation lino ext-nded three miles in every direction from the center. By push ing and developing our rt sources we can soon have a population of one hundred thousand people. AVe thought Philadelphia was full of hospitals, but from late ex changes we see she needs mora and does not hesitate to expand tho money to build them. She has already commenced a mag nificent building for this purpose to cost seven hundred thousand dollars, and which will rival any othtr such strccturo in her limits. These Northern people havo the foresight to sco what ihings they need for their development, ai.d the pluck and deternrnation to undertake and carry thtm through. Philadelphia does not mean to bo eclipsed nor overshadowed by New York, and so bestirs herself in tho Hue of progress. Nashville must do the same thing, if she does not want to ba swallowed up by Louisvilio on tho one hand and Mem phis on the other. Wo hesitate to confess it, but would actually bo ashamed to take a Philadelphian, or New Yorker, or even a citizen of Louisville, to what is now called our city hospital ; and so when asked about Buch an institution, we sro compelled to say we have none wo: thy of the name. This is a humiliation wo should liko to bo spared, snd it is a disgr. ee the citizens of Nashville should no loiter allow to rest upon them. Our city fathers have been penny wise and pound foolish long enough? We hops they will give U3 a hospital, and one worthy the name. , STATE POMTICS-I4ESSOXS We are glad to tea our city contemporary -drop its recent tone of deprecation as to the "discission bf'Statapbliticsln Ihis'lnnciureTl and take hold of the subject with com- mendahla candcr. In its issu9 of, hoOst, auer recognizing the thorough organization of tho Republican party, with Ilorica May- nardas its probible candidate for Govern or next year, tho Banner remarks of the "opposition:" "iudeed.it consists of two factions, divided upon the anti-Military and anti Johnson issues last year, and these divisions have? t ot been healed, nor are they likely to be.,; unless the ascendency of the views of the! liberal element should be assented to and'i acknowledged by what 13 known as the Jtsoutbon element, ver sc. Take the vote for Congressmen for the State st largo last year, as the test of the strengthas best defining the exact- pro portions 01 mo inree amines parties or that campaign, ana we nave a total poll of 183 via nauois. ui tnesetne K pubucans (in clndinc the colored voters' cast 80.825: tho Liberals, or Johnson men, 3W00. and tho btraight Democrats- 63,16a With the . concentration of tho Cheatham and the Johnson vote, if that bo possible, and can be brought about in time for the next elec tion, the Republicans would have to over come a maiorl y 01 at least 22,203. It is not to ba denied that but for tho defection of the Johnson vote of last -year, the elec tion of Maynard for the State at large, and. oououess, ot a majority of tne liepubllcan Representatives for Comrreis, would have been impossible. The forty thou sand voters on the Johnson Bide could cast the balance whichever way they decided, and virtually wield the bahnce of power. Only this much is certain, that the Republicans are in a ml nority, and can accomplish nothing, unless they can succeed in keeping divided tho heretofore antagonistic factions within the opposition. An avowed BourtKn, flaunt ing tne uemocraLic label, could not be elect- eu in any event," etc When, during our last unfortunate pan vass wo iaily urged our conviction that continued division in our ranks would give Tennessee six or seven Radical Congress men, many treated it as a bugaboc; facile figures were published to show how wo could divide our vote with all safety, and predictions were ventured that Republican disaffection with Maj nsrd would swell the vote of one of our rival candidates. We take the above as a recognition, thus far in advance, that we cannot "divide and con quer" next time. We have all learned that lesson. A second lesson in the above is that, without the division in onr ranks, tho elec tioa of Maynard and a majority of the other Radical Concreismea would have been "impossible." A third point of agreement result: that next year tho Republicans "can acccmplish nothing unless they succeed in keeping us divided." We agree with the Banner that tho work of division among us is a Radical work, and should be left to Radicals exclu sively. Thus agreeing u to the manner in which Tennessee might be turned over to the Radicals, we presume our contemporary agrees also in regard to the macnitude of tho evils that would result to our people from such a "reaction." The present run nmg expenses or our btate govern inent range aocut suuu.uuu per an num. If there be any feasible plan for reducing thsm, consistent with the honor of the State which we believe the bulk of Tennetses&ns of all political creeds aie determined to maintain we shall heartily urge it. But think you a Radical A ministration would bo content with S300.000? Shall the history of our own State and every other that ever fell under tho Radical blight, be lost on us? Such an administration would double, yea trebble, this 600,000 before the dose of its first term. And allow us to express the convic tioa that it would be no eisy matter to dis- porejs our opponents at tho end of that first term. With the Federal power and patron age at their back, and tho State credit strain ed for corruption funds, our enemiei would literally use our own Eubstance to perpetu ate our bondage How easily they could go, up a Kellogg-MciSaery snaril And we have seen what Grant and Corgress would do. AVe bode mnch that a Radical triumph next year would mean Radical rule for ten years to come, It woald cot bo candid in us to ignore somo passages in the Banner's article which we regret. It, divides its opposition Into "Anti-Military and Anti-Johnson." We know of no party which advocates a Mill' tary or ex-Military regime. It has been the foitune of cur old volunteer State to send its best blood and brain into evry war since its organization in 1790. We do know of a large class who manifest a preference for intelligent, bigb-toncd farmers as rulers hut we do not suppose liny would taboo such a farmer if he fought for what he thought wa3 right on e'lher side in a war that is fasti eieding into a past generation. These men on either side, must, like their leaders, Abraham Lincoln and Jefferson Davis, leave their vindication to the verdict of history. The soil of Tennessee has witnessed tho horrors of too many real ba'tlefields, to have any heart for sham fights at this late day. Neither do we like the expression " An'.i Johnson issue," be cause our aim is measures, not men ; and we particularly deprecate a one-man issue, either negative or positive. No good to tie people at largo can result from its agitation. Although our contemporary gives the strength of the "Liberals" at 37,900, and tho "Straight Democrats" at 65,188, yet it seems to intimate that the only means of co-operation is for the "Straights" lo become "Liberals." Some might say it is a mere question of numbers, and the Amer ican idea is that tho majority should rulo. Others might say it is a mero question of obstinacf, and if 37 can,dcfeit 65, of connie 65 can defeat 37. We must respectfully decline to tko either view that of rela tive numbeis or relative obstinacy and submit it to the patriotism of both classes that they can and should unite in saving TenDeiseo from Radical mis-rule that, in doint; si, neither class need neces sarily surrender their diverging views o past misfortunes and that it :s tneir duty to icemseives, tneir families and other tax-payers, to lay aside ihcse differences, particularly such as date bick half a life-time, with no bearing what evrr on the present or future. As to " flauntiDg the Damocratic label," Teiiuessreans can appreciate gcod liquor, no matter how we label it, AVe care little for labels. The word "Democrat" wa3 a nickname, synonymous with "Mobocrat" or " Communist," imposed on the Anti- Centralists of 1800 by their enemies. But onr falners mice it respectable, u our enemies have any new nickname for us, we are willing to take it and endeavor to do likewise i. e., males it respectable. Edmund Yates characterizes tho Vien na Exposition as a dead, flat, dismal failure. X-urge Tliree Days' Dry Goods sale. YE ATM AN, SHIELDS & CO WILL SELL Tnesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 23d. 24th and 23th September, commencing each day at 10 o'clock a. M., extensivo lines of seasonable Staple and Fancy Goods In great variety," Hats, Hoot?, Shoes, Trimmings and Varieties' general ly, to which we invite tne attention of all who mate prices anouject in uioir purcnases. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Lime! Lime!! nr "YYlI ARE NOW PREPARED TO .FILL Orders for Lime In any quantity. It will pay yon tocall and soo us before pnrchas lng elsewhere. 0.-H. STOCKELLSi CO, FcpI31w 2 andUUollegQ street. Execntor's Notice. HAVING QUALIFIED AS EXECUTOR of the estate of Ileniy Compton, deceased, all persons Indebted to same "will -come forward ana seme; ana notice is nereoy given war, an persons naming claims against sam estate muss me same, according to law, or De ocDarrea. II. 0. LOUKETT. Exector, r Nob. 23 and 25 Lafayette st asnville, Tenn., Sept. 22, 1&73. sep'S Exposition Meeting To-Day, A Jti.T 4 O'CLOCK, AT THE OLD STATE Bank Building. Every member Is earnestly re quested to be present to transact business of Im portance. By order of the President. It -- - B. A. CAMPBELL. Sec'y. sp23 4t 23,i7j2S&30 The Shortest Route to Fortune. $1000,00 for only $2.50. THE LARGEST RETURN FOR THE SMALLEST INVESTMENT. Gift Concert! "WILL BE HELD AT JLEAVEHWOKTir; KANSAS, X oc 31sl 1873, FOB THE BENEFIT OF A A JUVENILE REE0R1I SCHOOL, 40,000 SIFTS! $450.000 11 PRIZES! PRINCIPAL PBIZE, $100,000! Consisting of the superb palatial residence of Simon Abelce, Ksq., unsurpassed as a private dwelling in the United States, being only a few blocks from the Couitbouse, surrounded by maimlBccnt crounds. orchards, wardens and vine yards. The building has been only recently com pleted with all modern improvements. PRIZE LIST. 13 Prizes, Real Estate $159,125 1 uasn i'rizc z'.wu 2 4 4 20 60 100 200 SOO COS Slo.iOO each. 20,000 20.000 5,000 2,500 1,000 600 00 100 60 20 10 6 2.50 " 10,000 " 20,000 " 25,000 20,000 " 20,000 " 15,000 " 13,960 " 10,000 " 5,790 " 01,125 1,000 1,158 35,4.10 40,000 Prizes $450,000 Tho title to tho above real estate la guaranteed perfect The liberal terms of tho scheme brines It with in the reach of all the greatest onnortnnltT ever oncreu lor tne poor man to rise to wetuui. PIUCE OF TICKEIS. Slnele Tickets. S2.50: Eleven Tickets. S25.00: Fifty-sbc Tickets, S125.10; One Hundred and Fif ty X1CK13. szou.iiw. jiiearswiDg win oemaae nnaer tne superin tendence of a committee. appointed by tho hlgh- cst omciais in tne state, tiuiy sworn 10 tne iaun ful performance of the duties assigned them. Tne lilenest officials both or Uity, County ana State have not only endorsed Sir. Abclcs, but aiso nis scnemc. The demand for tickets is unparalleled, and all desiring to participate In the drawing should at once lorm ineir cuius anu sena in ineir orders. AsreutH Wanted In all N'afeH, Cities anu Towns lu tne United mates and Canadas. ny Monev should be sent b7 Eealstered Let ter. '. u. urtier. or Express, wisn tne mil aa dress of the nurcbaser in ulain writinc. For further information and particulars, send for circulars to the Managerand Proprietor, and auuress SIMON IjeaTenworUi, Kansas, sepzi eoa 2m wca,m,sar, Beai Estate, Accounts, Notes, etc In tho District Court of the United States for the middle District of Tennessee In the mat ter of Tlios. i'arfces & Co., Bankrupts. A T NASHVILLE, AT THE ROOM OF THE X said District Court, On Slonduy, 13th October, 1S73, at 12 o'clock m., I will proceed to sell at public auction, to mo mguesc oiuuer, tne ionowin property of Thomas Parkes & Co., the Bank" rupts aforesaid, vie.: An undivided cfle-third interest in the follow ing described real estate: A two-story framo house containing 5 rooms, with 7 acrts of land, more or less, near Franklin, Tenn., bounded as follovrs: On the south by Embarco street, on the north by Harpeth river, on sheca'-t by tho Nash- viiieanu jjecaiur iiauroau, on tne westpy tno lanus oi .Aicxanuer ana .uemtisev. Known as tne "Vino .Liana i-iace." , A lot of ground in the town of Lowrencobun Tenn.. fronting on the eastern side of the Pnbl square oi saiu town, ana Known.as.lot.No. e m in me pian ui rmu iuwn A lot of ground, 3 acres, more or less, in the town of Lawrenceburir. Tenn..belnc lot No. 79. registered in the Register's office of Lawrence county, xenn., dook r, page nz. a. lot or crounu in Lawrence county. Tenn on Real's lork of Shoal Creek, adloinintr tho Lawrcnceburg tract and the Mill tract, bounded on i lie soutu uy me uiu tract, anu on tne east, north and west by the Lawrenceburg tract, In cluding the tan-yard and all Iti aourtenanccs. said piece of land being 11 poles east and west by uuiea iiuim auu kuuui, rucistcrcu in djok r .. page vm. A certain piece or parcel of irround In Law rence county, Tenn.. containing 150 acres, more or less, on Shoal Creek, known as the "Matthews Tract," registered m the Register's omco of said county in uook ii, pages va anu 4ii. A one-sixth undivided interest in the real es tate of Wm, Parkes, dee'd, of Lawrcnca county, ICUUt 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. Terms op Sale op Keil Estate. One-third casn, and residue In C and 12 months. Notes. satisfactorily endorsed, with interest from date anu lien retained until purchase money is paid Accounts, notes, etc.. to bo paid in cash. THUS. UALXiENDEB, Assignee of Thos. Parkes & Co. se20 4t21,23,octll, 12 For Sale. I HAVE A HANDSOMELY IMPROVED placo Residence and Business House and oneot tho best stands for dry eoods and irnr.f- rics west of Tennessee river, which I will sell on goon erms. iiuuumgs all in good condition, and situated on tho P. & M. R. R. at Pierce's Sta tion In Weakley county. Apply In person or by Sept. 20, 1873. Pierce's StaUon, Tenn, sep201m Tennessee Manufacturing Co. THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE TEN nessee Manufacturing Comnanv are hrpl notified that tho annual meeting for election of directors ior ins ensuing year,.wiu be rield in the ofllce of tho Commercial Insurance Company, city of Nashville, on Monday, the 6th of October next. J. WHIT WORTH, Pres't. J. PLUNKST, Sec. and Treas. JNasnviiie, sept. 19, 1S73. sep20 td 'A thing of beauty Is a joy forever." HENRY WARD BEEOHER, in his Sermon of April 12, speaks of THE PARLOR KALEIDOSCOPE The most superbly beautiful and useful ornament for the household ever pro duced. Over 12,(100 have been sold du ring the last four mouths, snd tho sale is increasing daily. It is an unfailing source of entertain ment and instruction in overv household where it is introduced, and its beauties are inexhaustible, as the combina tions are never repented. or saic, wnoicsaie ana retail, by a. ocxjLiLD i , uooKseiler and Stationer, 103 Church street. Nashville. Tenn. sel6 2taw tues&sat MAD. DESHA YES, ROM PARIS, RESPECTFULLY IN- forms her friends and natrons that sh hna established In Columbia, Tenn. She Is dow ready to attend all orders sent to her m the lino of xenovatlng a;l kinds of black and whlto laces; also alter laces In dlilertnt styles. Lace Curtains done up equal to new. t epl3 2w 3M AJflOJS'J COAI. THIS SUPERIOR COAL IS NOW OFFER od to th8 citizens ot Nashville. It Is a hard Uoal, will not slaclr, easily Ignited, burns cheer fully but not rapidly; leaves no cinder and but lew ashes. Consumers aro renuested to riva it n trial n-mf test Its many good qualities. Orders left ot OUIce, 30 Union Street, three doors from College St., Will receive rompt attention. A. STRETCH & CO. Aeonts. sep7 2w PUBLIC SALE OF FINE-STOCK. . i -op. - , A' i-yTHiT OFFER AT PUBLIC OUTCRY, AT Krtsnvltlo Race Course, On SATURUAY, SEPT, Jmii, A FINE LOT OF- lT3EAJKId"OT-S- COLTS (Tlio Produce of VaHdal.) Ealo to begin at 10 a. m, apply to W. aug23td ForBale.. Catalogues, G. IIABDIAO, Nashville, Tenn. DRY GOODS. JOSEPH VAULX, Jr., WIT II O., IHPORTEBS AK3 JOBBERS Diraos, us, mls, tin, etc., etc., ' 451 and 453 BROADWAY, KT3"W "E-0E2.S. WE OFFER OUR SOUTHERN FRIENDS a most desirable Stock, and will mf et them witn liberal treatment anu careful attention. Orders promptly and satisfactorily attended to. Mail yenr letters to our care, and make us head quarters. aug2i lm MISCELLANEOUS. New Steam Boiler for Sale Cheap. WE HAVE ONE 22-FEET BOILER, 48 inches diameter, with five 11-Inch flues and dome, made from .our bet Tennessee Boiler Iron, which we will tell at much, less than It cost- HILLMAN, BRO. & SUNS. feplG codlm PROCTER & GAMBLE'S " Light of Mf Bram! STAR Are of superior i CANDLES uallty and the Standard Brand. Sold by Nashville O roc ore. au23 Mr w satSwed&w3m Administrator's Notice. HAVING QUALIFIED AS ADMINISTRA tor" of Felix Grundy Eartlim'n, dee'd, I hereby notify all pei sons indebted to said Earth man to come forward and settle their indebted ness; and all persons having claims against him are requested to present the lame to me, within tho time prescribed by law, or tto same will be forever barred. sep3 eodlm W. L. 15ARTH3IAN, Adm'r. Executor's Notice. HAVING QUALIFIED AS EXECUTOR OF the estate of Miss Martha C. Parker, dee'd. all persona owing tcid estate aro hereby notltlcd to .come forward and settle; and those having claims against the same an hereby notified to present teem, amy ceriiucu according to law, or they will bo barred. JAS. H. DODD. Exccutor-O .ug. d, ioi j. aug-'i eouim Notice. OFFICE OF SECRETARY AND TREAS URER NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA AND ST. LOUIS RAILWAY, Nashville, Tern., Aug. 20, 1S73. niHE STOCK BOOKS OF THE NASH J vll!e and Chattanooga Itailroad Company will be closed on the 1st day f September, 1S73, and opened on tho. 1st day (f October next, In order to give time to make up the stock accounts and to arrange for the issuince of new certifi cates in the name of tho "Nashville, Chattanoo ga and St. Louis Railway Company." Certifi cates of stock in the NaafivDe, Chattanooga and St Louis Railway Compair will be Issued on and f er the 1st day of October next. W. A. GLEAVHS, Sec. and Treas. aug21 to oct 1 EDUCATIONAL. ACADEM OF ST. CECILIA, HARHVIL.LE, IKXN. THE FALL AND TWENTY-SIXTH SES slon will begin on JTIonday, lirst of September, For particulars apply for catalogues. jy27 2m University of Hasliville. Department of medicine and Surgrery. is 73 rr -a . r lE TWENTY-FOURTH COURSE OF LEO tures in this Institution will commence cn Monday, the SOtli dny of September next, and close on thelast Thursday of February, 1871. The Anatomical Rooms will be opened for Stu- aents on tne uay ot aeptsmoer. special at- tentlon h, paid to this department, so that the facilities for the study of Practical Anatomy are not surpassed anywhere. For Clinical Instruction, both Medical and Surgical, ample provision Is made through the St. Vincent Hospital, near the College, Nashville Inarmary, and the State Prison Hospital. FiSES: Matriculntlon fee. S5.00: Profejsor'a Ticket, S50; Dissecting Tlcko?, S10; Graduation fee, S30. isoaruing, in goou nouses, s-i to a weeK. For turther mtormatlon apply to T. B. BUCHANAN, M. D., Dean of the Faculty. scpl lm DENTISTRY. DENTISTRY. S. B. FBEE8I AW,D. S. NO. 117 CHURCH STREET, (Opposite McEendree Church.) Ofllce Honrs, 8 A. VI. to 1 P. 91. and 2 to G P. 91. aug 26 sat sun tucs tf MEDICAL. To Women wiio Suffer! WHY DO SO MANY OF YOU CONTINUE I to suffer cn from month to month, and from year to year, and go down to nremntnro srraves, witnout ever inr once enjoying tne bitliiiy sweets and happiness of good health? when Dr. T. BRACKING-, of Nashvlllo. can so easily be consulted at any time, ana wno speedily anu bo nappiiy cures an or uiennspoxcn ana anopennnDie aimctlon ot your sex, witu ncriect success and safety. Just see-tho hundreds of fe- vercly afflicted and even bedridden patients whom ho has so happily cared during only a few months past. Patients come to him from every quarter or tnis country irom nunareus or mues, and are speedily cured, after long years ofsnffer ing. You need not think because other physi cians cannot cure you that it cannot be done. It matters not if a dozen has failed in your case, Dr. isracKinc can soon cure yon. Cancer and Fistulas also cored, andSurclcal operations mummy penormeu. Plies Cmcd by one application of Medicine. Obstetrical cases prompt'y attended to. Ofllce, Cor. Hammer and Chnrcli Ss; T. G. BRACKING, M. D. sepfl 2taw tues.snn tf l. o e X e 4l U (1 r O-l 5 E SBC Mo." ROSS 1-1-55 t; - S g yi . - v u "2d15 3 2 tS. " .-2- Jy25 d&w3m C17 St. Chirlci street, St. Loot,, Mo., has been longer en K.gedln U19 treatment of ail venereal asd texnal dtseasea than any specialht in St. Louii. u tne cltj papera ghov, alao spermatorrhoea, aexnal debllhj and lmpoteney, as tna result or self-abase in jontn. or sexual excesses ; symptoms being, netrousneas, seminal emissions, debllitr, dimness of atgh t, defeetire memory, pimples on the face, physloal decay- aversion to societjof females, confusion of ideas, loss of sexual power, are permanently Ciired. Pamphlet 56 pagea free. Erery letter of Inquiry" with on stamp aniwercd. eep5 ly H H . Si i:S ? PIP is m BANKING. First National iBank OF KASHVIXI.K, TEH3., 55 North College Street. Ho. THE DBHIONATJED DEPOSITORY OF TSE U&'ITED STATES FOR MIDDLE TENNESSEE. CAPITA!, 8200,000. BIRECTOEIS. BUB.NS. o. It. PARSONS, ? ? JILELL- A. Q.EWINO, ' A. It. DEMOSS. TVM. RTMlWOTiS. Receives Deposits, Deals In Foreign and Do mejtic Exchange, Gold, Silver and Government Securities. Collections made and remitted for on day ot payment at current rate of exihango. Revenue Stamps for sale- M. BURNS, W. 0. BUTTERFIELD, President. Cashier. , THEO. COOLET, Janll sptf Assistant Cashier. RACING. FALL MEETING- OF THE HAHVil I F RI AJSSOCIADIOST will Commence Monday, Sept. 39, 1878, OVER THE NASHVIIE RACE COURSE, AND CONTINUE.SIX DAYS, Alternating with tho Fair of tho Afrrl- cultural and Meclianlcal Association. All Railroads running nto Nashville charge half fare, from all points in tho State, during tho continuance of the Fair and Races. PROGRAMME. First Day Mondny, Sept. 20, 1873. FIRST RACE Young America Stako No. 1, for two year olds; dahof a mile; S25 entrance, p. p., tho Association to add $3U0, to be run on the first day of tho meeting; S50 to tho second horse. Closed with -i nominations. SECOND RACE Linck's Hotel Stake, for green throe-year olds, mde heats, who have not- appeared in public prior to tne 1st or August, 1813; S25 subscription, p. p., the Association to add S300; S50 to the second horse; to be rnn on the first day of tho meeting. Closed with 1C nominations. 'JL'HIRD RACE. Association Purse S150; dash of a mile and a quarter. Second Bay Wedneday, Oct. 1, 1873. FIRST RACK Association Puree, S5Q0; two mile heats. SECOND RACE. A so elation Parse, S300; mile heats. Third Day Friday, Oct. 3, 1873. vrptiTUAnv -noiTn ivr.n.in ct.t.. u a i imw ' m- w ai.kuuw UMkV, WCCr stake for tbree-year olds, (foals of 1870); two mile heats; S100 subscription, 60 forfeiture, As sociation to add 700, to be run on the third day o the meeting. CIo?ed wilh 23 nominations SECOND RACE Association Purse, S2oO; dash of two miles. Fourth Day Slonuay, Oct. G, 1S73. FIRST RACE Association Purse. S100: milo heats. 3 In 5. SECOND RACE Aso!latlon Purse. 5125: dash of a mile. THIRD RACE Association Purse, $130, dash of a mile and a quarter. Fifth Day Wednesday, Oct. S, 1S73. FIRST RACE Young America Stake No. 2, for two-year olds; dash of a mile; $25 entrance, p. p., the Assoc a tioa to add S300; tho winner of Young America Stake No. l to carry 10 lbs. ex .tra; to bo run cnfhi fifth day ofthe meeting; S50 to the second horse; closed w th 25 nominations. SECOND RACK Sou hern and Western Turf Congress Stake; four mile heats; $23) sub scription, p.p.; the Nashville Blood horse Asso elation to addSU OO, iu which it Is expected that the Lexington, St. LouL, New Orleans, Mobile and Nashvilio Associations will be represented. THIRD RACE issociation Purse, S200; dash of a milo and a half. Sixth Dny-Frlday. Oct, 10. 1S73. FIRST RACE Maxwell House Stake, for three year olds; mile he its; $25 subscription, p, p.; the Maxwell House to add Si'JO; S10O to sec ond hore; to bTun on tho last day of the meet ing; closed with 23 nominations. SECOND RACE Association Purse, S300; mil heats THIRD R ACE Association Purse, S200; dash of a milo and a quarter; S125 to the first, 50 to the second, and $25 to the third. Where there is no second horse, tho Associa tion will retain second money. Half the money ottered In purses will be given for a walk. Entrances for Afsoclation Purses, 5 per cent. All communications addressed to the Secre tary. W. H. JOHNSON, Geo. W. D ahdex, Scc'y. Presid nt. S M. Murphy, Treasurer. sepl7 td G!FT CONCERTS. GRANDEST SCHEME EVER MOWS. Fondla Grand Sift Concert FOR THE BENEFIT Oi' THE LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY. ,n nnn n i nvr nrnmci -nn. nnn 12,000 CASH SIFTS $1,000,000 ' ' ' Every Fifth Ticket Draws a flirt. THK FOURTH GRAND GIFT CONCERT, authorized by special act of the Legislature for the benefit of the Public Library of Ken tucky, will take plxce In Public Library Hall, at Louisville, Ky., Wednesday, Dec. 3d, 1ST3. Only sixty thousand tickets t ill bo s Id, and one-half of these arc intended for the European n arket, thus leaving only 30,000 for sale in the United States, wnere 100,000 were disposed of for the Third Gift Concert. The tickets are di vided into ten coupons or rarts, and have on their back the scheme, with a :ull explanation of the mode of drawing. At this Concert, which will be the grandest musical display over witnessed in this country, the unprecedented sum of $1,500,000 divided Into 12,000 cash gifts, will be distributed by lot among the ticket holders. The numbers of tho tickets to be drawn from one wheel by blind children, and the gifts from another. -. LIST OF GIFTS. ONE GRAND CASH GIFT. $230,000 ONE GRAND CASH GIFT. 100,000 ONE GRAND CASH GIFT 60,000 ONE GRAND CASH GIFT 25,000 ONE GRAND CASH GIFT. 17,500 10 Cash Gifts 810,000 each joo.uuc 30 Cash Gifts 6,000 each 150,000 60 Cash Gilts 80 Cash Gifts 100 Cash Gifts 150 Cash Girts 250 Ca-h Gifts 325 Cash Gifts 11,000 Cash Gifts 1,000 eacn ou.um 600 each 40.00C 400 each 40,0 C 300 each. 45,000 200 each 50,000 300 each 32,500 60 each 550,000 Total, 12,000 Gifts, all cash, amount ing to , 31,500,000 The distribution will be positive, whether all tho tickets aro sold or not, and the 12,00Cr gifts all paid in proport.on to the tickets sold all unsold tickets being destroyed, as at tho First and Sec ond Concerts, and not represented in the draw ing. PRICE OF TICB.ETS. Whole tickets, 50; Halves. $25; Tenth, or each coupon, S5.00. Eleven whole tickets for S500, Ziii tickets for Sl.ooo; 113 whole tickets for S5.Q00; 227 whole tickets for $10,000. No dlsconnt on thQTi R.VX1 wnHh nC ttiVt ut a time. The unparalleled success of the Third Gift Concert, as well as the satisfaction given by the first and second, makes it only necessary to an nounce the Fourth to insure the prompt sale ot every ticket. Tho Fourth Olft Concert will be corductcd in all its details liko the Third, and full particulars may be learned from circulars, which will bs sent tree from this office to all who apply for them. Tickets now ready for sale, and all orders, ac companied by the money, promptly filled. Lib eral terms given to those who buy to sell again. THOS. E. BBAJII.ETT1?, Agent Public Library Kentucky and Manager Gift Concert, l'rtbllc Library Building, LOUISVILLE, KY aug2 dtnes.thnrs.satSwam ARCHITECTS. ARCHITECT, HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICK TO THIRD National Bank Building, Southeast corner of College and Union streets. Entrance on Coi ege street. janis Ucol2m BOD EH ANNOUNCEMENTS. for Mayor, WE are authorized to announce K. J. MOR RIS as a Candida e for Mayor of the city of Nashville at the ensuing Municipal Election. jyio ui - - : . - For Alderman rirst Ward. Is answer to a call made some Unto since by the voters Of the First Ward, JAS. A. STEELE announces himself a candidate for the position of aiuerman irom inai waro,ooun JUCLaughlln witcarawing irom tne candidacy in his favor. sep21Ct WE are authorized to announce HUGH DOUGLASS as a candidate for re-election ns Alderman fi am the First Ward. sepll td For Al lennan SocoHd Ward. IN compliance with the wishes of very many citizens of the Second Ward, 1 announce my self a.i a candidate for Alderman from the Sec ond Ward at the ensuing Municipal Election. sep3 to THOS. C. MILSOM. For Alderman Third Ward. IF elected Alderman of tho 3d Ward I will serve ths city to the best of my ability. aug26 HUGH MoCREA. For Aldermen Fourth Ward. TXTE aro authorized to annnnncn .TAMES V. VY PENTECOST as a candidate for re-election as Alderman from tho Fourth Ward at the ensuing election. aug31 td For Alderman Fifth Ward. TTTK aro authorized to announce J. M. HAW- H KINS as a candidate for Alderman irom the Filth Ward at the ensuing election. " BCpiU Ml- THE present incumbent having declined to be a candidate for re-election as Alderman from the Fifth Ward, I hereby announce myself as a candidate, ana proiai e tn carefully attend to all dnties incident to the office. augl7 te R. B. CHEATHAM. For Alderman Sixth Ward. I respectfully announce myself a candidate for AWerrcan from the Sixth Ward, and If elect ed will serve my constituency with tho best of my humble ability. C. G. BLAuK. acg27 td ' "VirE aro authorized to annonnco S D. BASS TT as a candidate for AUleriran from the 6th Ward at the ensuing Municipal election. T HEREBY announce myself a candidate for jl re-eieciion as a merman rrom me etn ward. augSG J.W.WILSON. For Alderman Seventh Ward. WE are authorized to announce A. A. HITE ns a candidate for Aldcrlman irom the 7th Ward, at the ensuing election. sepl2 te For Alderman Eighth Ward. BY request, I announce myself a candidate for Alderman from Eighth Ward. sep6 te SPENCER EAKIN. Y17E are authorized to announce J. J. T T MISUSER as a candidate for Alderman from the Eighth Ward at the ensuing election. aug3t td For Councilman Fint Ward. WE are authorized to announce the name of M. MAHONEY for tho position, or Coun cilman from the First Ward. f sep21Ct "VTTE are authorized to announce JOHN W. VV EDWARDS as a candidate for Council man Irom the First Ward at the ensuing Muni cipal Election. sepll td WE are authorized to announce W. H. PERRY as a candidate for re-election' as Councilman from tho First Word. sepll td WE are authorized to announce E. R. CULLOM as a candidate for Councilman from the First Ward at the ensuing election. an23tf For Conncllman Keeond Ward. E are authorize! to announce johV W. CAPPS as a candidate for Councilman from the Second Ward, at the ensuing munici pal election. sepl3 te WE are authorized to announce JOHK W. COLE Jl AN as a candidate for Councilman from the Second Ward at the ensuing election. sep7 td AT the earnest request of voters of tho Second Ward to serve again as Councilman, I here by announce myself as a candidate for re-election. THEODORE SEIFRIED. scp2td WE are authorized to announce BENTON SNOWDE.N a a candidate for Council man from the Second Ward at the ensuing Mu nicipal Election. sep3td 'E are authorized to announce OLIVER TO WLES a a candidate for Councilman from the Second Ward at the ensuing election. sep3 te For Councilman Third Ward. WE are authorized to annoance G.M. FOGG, Jr.. as a candidate for Councilman from the ThUdWard at the ensuing Municipal Elec tion. teplS td WE ate authorized to announce T. J. TEEPPARD as a candidate for Council man from the Third Ward. sepll td IN response to the solicitations of many friends I am a candidate for re-election as Council man from tho Third Ward, p'edging to use my best exertions for the solid advancement of the public interest, as. I have done in the past. aug21 td JAMES M. REED. I WE are authorized to announce HARRY D. MARTIN as a candidate for Councilman from tho third Ward at the ensuing municipal election. anp-ji u For Conncilman Fonrtb Ward. WE are authorized to announce FORD REDDICIvas a candidate for Council man from the Fourth Ward, at the ensuing mu nicipal election. scpl3 te WE are authorized to announce R. K. ADAMS as a candidate for re-election as Councilman from the Fourth Ward at the ensu ing Municipal Election. aug30 td AT tho solicitation of many ft lends, I an--nounce myself as a candidate for Council man from tho Fourth Ward. aug30 td A. D. CREIGHTON. For Councilman Fifth Ward. 1 1 T E are authorized to announce JOHN VV LUCK as a candidate for Councilman from tho Fifth Ward, at the ensuing election. aug29 to BY request of a number of citizens of the 5th Ward, I announce myself a candidate for Councilman from that ward at the ensuing mu nicipal election. JOHN M. GAUT. augl5 td A T tho reouest of many citizens, GEORGE J. W. SMITH is announced as a candidate for Councilman in the Fifth Ward at the ensuing Municipal Election. aug22 tf - For CouBCllmaB-Slxlh ward, I tftfrs1 dience to tho wt-hes of "the mechanics and work- lngmen, please announce me as a candidate for Councilman from tho Sixth Ward. My long and close connection with the manufacturing inter ests of tho city, and ome experience in the City Council, in luces the belief that no interests will suffer in my hands. The time between now and the election is too short for mo to confer with the voters of the ward in person. I will therefore thank my friends, and the voters of the ward in general, to give me a lift at the 'polls. Very re spectfully, B.7G. WOOD. sep2Jtd WE are authorized to announce WILLIAM: LITERER as a candidate for re-election as Councilman from the Sixth Ward at the ensu ing election. sep3 td WE are authorized to announce J. T. DEMENT aa a candidate for Councilman from the Sixth Ward at tho ensuing Municipal -election. aug21 td For Councilman Seventh Ward. AT the personal request of very many of my fellow-citizens of the Seventh Ward, I an nounce myself a candidate for re-election. Should the good citizens of the old So tenth again contlde to me her interests, I shall give to them my very best services. Aug. 17, 1S73. PHILIP LINDSLEY. aug 17 to For Conncllraan Eighth Ward. WE are authorized to announce IRVINE K. CHASE as a candidate for Councilman from the Eighth Ward ut the ensuing election. Sept. 18, WIS. sepl8 td WK aro authorized to announco ROBT H. HAILEY as a candidate for Councilman of the Eighth Ward at the ensuing Municipal Election.- aug31 td WE are authorized to announce EDWAitD WiLLARD as a candidate for re-election as Councilman of tho Eighth Ward at the ensu ing Municipal Election. aug31 td WE are authorized to announce FRANK OTTENVILLE as a candidate for Coun cilman from the Eighth Ward at the ensuing Municipal election. aug30 td For Conncllman Tenth Ward. AT the urgent solicitation of my friends, I an nounce myself a candidate for Councilman of the Tenth Ward at the ensuing Municipal Election. RICHARD MCRNON. sepll te WE aro authorized to announce L. K. SPAIN as a candidate for Councilman from the Tenth Ward. seplO td WE are authorized to announce A. J. LAW as a candidate for re-election as. Council man from the Tenth Ward, at the ensuing elec tion. aug-. te BY request of a number of citizens of the Tenth Ward, I announco myself a candidate for Councilman fiom that Ward at the ensning Municipal election. au23 te- R. 'V7. SHAFFER, Jk. COMMISSION MERCHANT. NOTICE. (Succersor to Burnett, Mclnnls & Co.,) COMMISSION 'mERCUAHT, No. Ill Broad Street, - - New YorU. Itefers to Messrs.Lesueur& Powell, Nashville, Term.: Messrs. Carter Lester, Lebanon, Tenn.; Com. Exchange Bank, N. Y. Liberal advances made on shipments to me. augG3m MISCELLANEOUS. WE HAVE IM STORE A LARGE AND complete stock of Kentucky and Tenneesco Iron, which wo are offering to cash and pro t pt buyers at REDUCED PRICES. sep51m D. HILLMAN & SONS. For Sale. enn ACRES OF SPLENDID ELK RIVER 0UU Land in Lincoln county, Tenn., situated C miles from Faycttevill on the Winchester and Alabama Railroad; well watered and timbered, and adapted to-cott'n, corn, small gra'n anu grass. For Information IQUr sep9tf ' Fayettevile, Xenn. 1 au21eodly MUNICIPALELECTION Election Notice. WHEREAS, IN ACCORDANCE WITH law, there will babald, in tho ten Wards of tho city of Nashvillo, On September the 27th, An Election for Mayor, Aldermen and Council men for said City, and also the vo e will be taken as to whether hogs shall be permitted to run at large through the streets, lanes and alleys of the city, those In favor ofhogsruncitgatlargo In tho city will vote "Hog," and thoiie opposed to tneir running at large win vote "No Hog." Resolved by the City Conncil of Nashville, That the citizens named In the appendix to this resolution be, and they are hereby .selected and appointed as Judges, Receiver, Cleiks and Magistrates at the several polls, as they aro named In order, selected by the City Council: First Ward. Southeast corner or Spring and Market streets. Judges John A. Dlx, Richard Perry," James Patterson Receiver A. H. Fricke. Clerks John Morrow, W. Wade. Magistrate James Everett Second Ward. Work House. Judges W. H. Latham, Thos. Halle, W. W. Phillips. Receiver Captain Bailey Johnson. Clerks L. C Haile, J. W. Johnson. Magistrate James Steele. Third Ward. I. A. Carpentert! office, opposite oW Postofflc corner. Judges J. H.Hambrlck, Jos. Bernard, Sam'l Marshall. Clerks J-W.Otey, Chon.B.Schardt. receiver it. a. rraiiey. Jiasuirate x. jj, Caisetty. Fourth Ward. Old Theatre Judges Thomas Dowdy, Dr Nat Moore, Sim'l Marling. Receiver Wm Burke. Clerks Stansett, Geo Franklin. Magistrate A.Creigh- ton. Fifth Ward. Hook and Ladder House. Judges- J.B. Knowles, Jas. Hiekman, War ren .jaexson. receiver a. uaness. Ulerks John Coleman, Thos. Crawford-Magistrate B Sixth Ward. Jones' Stable, Market street. Judges V. A. Baugh, Wm. Driver, C. G, Oabler. Receiver Jas. Hainey.. Clerks J Fisher, F. J. Sullivan. Magistrate W". F. Meacham. Seventh Ward. Woodfln'g comer. Judges Henry Hite, W. O. Handlcy, Jolley Parrish. Receiver Henry Craft. Clerks Edo Thompson, R. P. Gaines. Magistrate Isaac x'aui. Eighth Ward. Deluge Engine House. Cherry street Judges Frank Harman, N. B. Corbltt, Henry jiauze. jiL-cciver u. x.ureeo. nerxs xnos. McMurry, Simon Cllne. Magistrate James uyair. Ninth Ward. Engine House. J udges F. Klootz, H H Wallman, L. Meaker. Receiver J. H. Buddeke. Sr. Clerks Casper Kuhn, Frank Maskey. Magistrate J. H. Brantley. Tenth Ward. Corner McNalry and Broad streets house rormeny occupied by John O'Mauoy. Judges Robt. Eve, E Turner, L. Moses. Re ceiver George Thompson. Clerk s H. Alder- son, vv. 11. nasicette, Jr. Magistrate John H. Baskette. Resolved further, That tho Judges, Receivers ana viierits, wca serve ana sign tne Election Ke turns, shall each receive for their lervices three dollars. The Judges, Receivers, Clerks and Magistrates, as above appointed, will meet at tne places above designated on Savirdav. Sent 27th, at 9 o'clock, to open and hold an election for Mayor, Aldermen at d Councilmen, as the aw uirccie. u. IX. niAlAA, eepl7 td City MarshaL REAL ESTATE SALES. North Nashville. PUBLIC SALE OF LOTS ON THDBSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, WE WILL HAVE OUR V n iin i n , Opening fall Sale of Lots FOR THE KORTfl NASHVttLE REAL ESTATE CO. AND FOR THE McGAVOCK ESTATE Which will bo continued from timo to itime da ring the Fall. The tots to be offered at o both la and out of the City limits, on nad near the two lines of Street Railroad near the Cotton Factory, and on McGavocU Avimnc, Illgti, Summer sind other Improved Streets. Since our last sale of Lots In this locality, tho North Hashvllle Beal Estate Co. has made liberal expenditmes in making streets and boring wells, and the Cotton Factory of the Ten nessee Manufacturing Company has become an established success, causing a demtnd for a largo number of houses for the use of its operatives. The sale will be, as heretofore, positive. AH Lots put up will bo sold without reserve. The Terms will be: 20 per cent; the balance on 1, 2 and 3 years' credit, with Interest, but no security required. All purchasers building houses Immediately will not be required to pay the 20 per cent cash, but will be allowed 1, 2 and 3 years' credit upon their entlro purchase. Sale to commence onMcGavock Avenue at U o'clock; Conveyance by Street Cars Free, and Free Collation. We invlfe everybody to attend this sale, and call the particular attention of all persons want ing Lots to buud on to thb Inducements offered to them. BROWNS & CHEATHAM, Ag'ts. Sept 13, 1373. scpU td No. 7.133.J SHERIFF'S SAKiE. BY VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF to ma directed, and delivered FI. FA. from the xiuuuiauitj viuaucexTT uuuxt oi xraviuson county, Tenn., at its April Term, 1873, I will expose to public sale, to the highest bidder, for cash, at the Courthouse door, in the city of Nashville, on Saturdy,tha Z7th day of Septembsr, 1873,withln lawful hours, Thirty t30) Shares of Stock In the Tennessee Railroad and Coal Company, or a sufficiency thereof to tatlsfy an cx;cutlon tn my hands for seven hundred and nlmtv-nin 34-100 doUars, (S793J4,) in the ense of Sherod nuuauu to. i.. x . vuiTM ei ais.aua beingJevied on as the property oi E. F. Coltar to satitfv said fi fa. J Dated this 18th da7 of Septemlxsr, 1S73. E. D. WHITWOUTH, Sherlir. By F. M. WOODALL, Deputy. fepl8 3t 180,27 . "-puty. Nos. 3,510 and 3,513. SHERIFF'S SA1LE. By Virtue of a writ of fieri fa clas to mo directed, and deUvered rrom tho Honorable Chaicerv Court of Davidson county Tenn., at its April Term, 1873, 1 will expose to public sale to the highest bidder, for cash, at tho Courthouse door in tha c tv nf .h.nt. ' Friday, the 3d day of Octobef. 1873, within law ful hours, all the righL Utle, and Interest that Wm. Shane has in and to tho following descri bed rroperly, to-wit- It being lou Nos. Nineteen ( 9) and Twenty (20) in the plan of University Lots as laid offby B. Clements. Said I jlots are situated on the Lebanon turnplka, opposite the Waterworks, and at the Junction or AsVlrim street with said pike. For inrthtr partlculi-f see book 37, page 739, Register's oiHcS or David son county, Tenr., and being levied on as the property of Wm. Snahe to satisfy two executions in my hand in the causes ot C. Hnpar & Co and Dated this 12th day ot September. 1873? B lit WHIT WO RT W Rhf Sepl30ay?-M,WOODALL f E4 3 1 RAILROADS. LOUISVILLE MB MSHYILLI AI7D D onthern AND SOUTH & NORTE ALABAMi COMMENCING MAY 25th, 1873, TRAINS will leave Nashville, from Lsif.E. R. De pot, North College street, as follows: 79ft M, aUr. except Sunday, for Decatur, uv stoppln? at all stations and meking direct connecUonwlthM. & C.R. R. for point wea and east. 5 Oars Montgomery, without change. This train does not stop at Stations between Nashville and Co lumbia, except Franklin, arriving at Decatur at 11:69 a. ir.. and connecting with M. & C. B.B. iur luempnis. Columbia Accommodatlnn dlsivir.tlniicil nntu further notice. TheT:00 a. m. train arrives dally except Sun day. The Gallatin Accommodation arrives dairy ex cept Sunday. k nritiwtMFT TM Mo TI III-" iTi- T 8:00 A.M. and 1:20 v. sr. trains for LoularUl connect with trains with through Sleeping and Day Cars attached, for 8t-Louis, Chicago Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, and Inter mediate potnta in the East, North and West. All trains named above will arrive at and dV E art from L. &N. Depot, on North Colleze street, ut will atop at Junction of N. & C. and N. D. Railroads and at N. & C. Railroad Depot to taki on and let otf passengers. W Passengers from Gallatin and points Sooth, arriving at Nashvillo at 7:00 A n, have until 4:00 'Kin which to attend to business before retsrn- Trains arrive at Nashvillo as follows: From New Orleans, Mobile and Montgomery, Tia De catur, 4:40 a x; from Decatur, 12:10 p m; from Louisville and the East, North and and West, at 7:00 ah and:CO r x. For through Tickets, Baggage Checks, and further Information, apply at General Ticket Office, under Maxwell House, and at L- U. Depot, North College street. oc27tf W. H. KING, G. P.4T.JL NASHVILLE, CHATTMOOfiA AND St. LOUIS RAILWAY mil A INS BUN TO AND FROM GHUBOX JL Street Depot as follows: X.BAV3. Cliattenooiea Trains, mm 7:45 A.jt. Except Sunday. 12:15 r. &00 p.jt- Dally. tan . Hcranhia tvud Hi. Znuls Trains. 1ZA.V3. ABSIVIi L-45 A. 5. DMly. 6:00 A. 5t. 220 Except Sunday. 4:30 r.i Shelbyvillo Accommodation. leaves Daily aeetvm 4:00 p k. except Sunday 9:45 a it. 13 v hours to Memphis. hours to St. Loai Shortest route to New Orleans. Thranuh Sleeping Cars from McEenxie. Time 20y hoar. 78 miles shorter to Mam nhls than -w TiMtnr. More than 100 miles shorter to SLLonU tha Tia Louisville, and many hours quicker. 3S- SLEEPING CARS acromnany the 8:00 r. Jt. train to Chattanooga, and the 1:15 a. x. train to Columbus, Ky. Through sleeping car from Union City to St Louis on 12 20 r m. train A. H. Robinson, Ticket Agent, Maxwell Houeo, T. M. Cunningham unorcn btreei Depot. J. W. THOMAS, CenlOupt. W. L. DANLEY, Oen'l P. aiid T. A rent. jan26 tf STOIJIEZI BCSjOHTT-X, ON AND AFTER MONDAY. JUNE 16th 1S73, Trains will ran dallv'Sunilava nunt. ed) as follows: Levres Lebanon at. ........7:00 A.T1. Arrives at Nashvillo at. 9:lo a.x. Leaves Nashville at. 4-30 r.y. Arrives at Lebanon at 6:40 p.jr. Price's Stazes leave Labanon atT n'elnri-. n. on To esdays , Thursdays and Saturdays. Arrlvs at Lebanon at 5 o'clock a. u. on Mondavi. Wrf. nosdays and Fridays. GEO. MANET, Jy23tf Pres't and Sup't URDERTAKER3. K. I. GROOMfiS k CO., jFameral Undertakers, AGEISTS FOR J. 3T. PCXI.1A2I. 42 and 44 TCortli Cherry St.. NASHVILLE. DEALERS rN BURIAL OASES AND OAS kets, and Agents for Crane, Breed &. Co-'s and other Improved Cases and Caskets. Attend promptly to all funerals In oltv or surrounding country witn ana Hearses for both Adnlt and Children. Teleerachlc orders filled with dis patch. Taylor's Patent Corpse Preserver, be sides other preservers, that are warranted to preserve a corpse from 15 to 20 days without de ay. At ths ohice day and nieht. Ian 11 til ap SUTE ROOFERS. F. J. JONEff & CO., . PBACTICAL SL1TE ROOFERS Wholesale and Retail Dealers in all kinds of American Slate. Al! orders promptly attended to. Ofllce nndTaxd cor. Vino Jt Cunrcb stn Particular attention pW ;to Overhauling Old jy26m Roots. fa REAL ESTATE AGENCIES?" OjHADWELL, JOHNSON & CO., Seal ISstat Agents, WILL ATTEND TO Buying Selling; and Routine or Property, Alao to tho Negotiating- of Loan And will mate OASH ADVANCES on Proper ty or Rents where parties desire It. Office, Ko. 42 Cedar Street NEARLY OPPOSITE. J?OSTOFPICkT declly Nos. 4,425 and 7.1M. ' 7 . SHERIFFS SAXjE. BY "VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF two Fi. Fas. x, to me directed, and delivered from tho Honorable Chancery Courtof Davidton county. Term., at its April Term, 1873. 1 will expose to Public SHIP, tn f hn lilofcoat hMUr fn. the tourthouso door, In the city of Nashville, on Saturday, the 4th day of October, 1873, within lawful hours, all tho right, title and Interest mi ji. a.ean nas in ana to tne following real es tate, to-wit: The samo being a part of South field's lot. No. 35. fronting on tfcn uimh alrfwtaf- Demonbreun street: beginning at the corner common to SouthCrld' lots, .Nos. 35 and 38, and runninz northwardly alom-thft linn r.r.ald 60 feet to a stone; thence baok at right angles with said street 105 feet; thence at right angles 60 feet to a stone, corner of lot No. M; thence m,u uio iiuu miu juij.iu.oti, ii . leei io me Be ginning; being the same lot conveyed to M. Kean by B. F. Gould and others, by deaLof record In book 35, page 483, Register's ofllce of Davidson county. Tenn, and being levied oa as the nroDertv or M. Kir tn -ti. i1 nT baDtla In the cases of P.M. Ryan vs. T. aus 1JIC11114U M11U ULIltlT. . Dated this 13th day of September, 1873. ED. D. WHITWORTH, Sheriff. By F. M. WOODALL, Deputy: sepll 3t 14,20,27 ; Insolvent Notice. ' TE INSOLVENCY OF THE ESTATE of W. H. Wilkinson, dee'd, having bee suggested to the County Conrt tor Daviii- son county, all persons having claims against said estate are notified to appear and Die tha same, authenticated in the manner nr, scribed by law, on or before the loth day of Maic. 187. j.ui9, iae oin pay oi aoptcmoer, lSi.- W. H. WILKINSON fe, sepT Uoaw3t administrator. c.fagjWByaW, mm - vV.