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- r ij : - ' f f ?s fit? wjenKEsbiV,' September 21, i87ji. Exempting church properly from taxa tlorr is a questlonhRK lrr&cclvtog troth attention from the; peopi?3of the several iStfes tathlS time. Vf iio constitutions of Alabama and JUlssissippL 'prohibit, la plaia terms, the exemption of church property ftom the ssrrn rate of tsxaiojothat ihvied upon other property in the Stale. Alabama exempts thai 6f odncationtl and charitable corporation?, however, while Mississippi allows no exemption except of the public fnroperiy. l8ali the otgcr Sfajs church property is. exempt front taxation. Efforts aro being made to ha tho cguventions now iffscsiS to amcndifbe constitutions of those -States, imposing a tax on church property. It is reported that President Garrett, iff the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, has nego tiated in.Englaiid a million pounds sterling, equal fcji'So.OCO.OODjtcf-tha company's per cent bonds at 9G, Tto revenue of .the companyforMhe - quarter ending with Jiugust,wa$4tU3,'lb3Jaa increase of nearly, "half a million. Tbisjrpad isjloing an inval- .i . . f I -3t Jr. rV - tusoie service ioriUaitimore, jjy, xurmsning channels of intercommunication with the i,rain producing States of tho West, aud thus aiding in building up a heavy trade be tween Baltimore aud foreign parts. No railroad in the country is doing as much for a.particular city as this road is doing-gr aiHmoreTand wxile It is'bailding up "the & commerce of that city, it is benefitting otfa cr portions of the country, and paying hand- ,a.uch for enterprise. The editor of tho Jacksonville (Ills. Sentinel, a Republican, and said to beaa intimate acquaintance of John T. Harper, of Springfield, the defaulting internal reve nue collector, indignantly denies thst the cause of his ruin was 'ei'.her spel'uT&li&n'ofj women, but that it came from an effort "to i assist his political friends. He asserts that -Harper pent jnoxe than his first year!s.sala ry m trying to secure tho ronomination and election of Shelby M. Cullcm In 1S70, the tbeu Representative fn Congress fronr the ' Springfield district; that John A. Logan-and Gov. Oglesby both drew on him heavily for their benefit in their senatorial contests; and that Grant also added materially 'to Harper's burdens during tho lastPresiden tial campaign. These facts show how office 'holders' are bled for the benefit of the lead ers of the party. And even Grant is guilty of this bleeding process. 1 --n n-n'-w Senator Carpenter- addressed the fanners of Winnebago county, HlLcoisoa, the 18th iusU, on the occasion of the Pair atKockford. Tho subject of his address was thepowor of the Government over railroads. After showing that the States can do whatever they are not forbidden to do, while tho general Government cangnly Co what it is expressly authorized to do, be proceeded to argue that,, the constitutional power of Congress -Ho regulate comtrerce between the Stai03, involved the "power to regulato the rates of existing lino?, or to build new ones, except-that the terrain! in cither cate, must not bo in the-same State. As to.wbich.of the two remedies it would be the more expedient to r,dopt, the Senator expressed ho decided opinion, but incline-2 to the Uttar.iipcaJt Jiad.been found Scares. ly practicable tocx the charges of railroad by legislation. 54 SIXVIXi COTICS HEED OtL. The following is a-stateinentrof- the'ma1 terials ussd and the produc.s of the Dbia Oil Works iu this city for the year ending fcept.i;iS73: Total cottnn seed received, 5,000 tons. Total product , 4,275 barrels oil andl,900 to;)S Cfcke and meal. JS'umler of cars used In transportation, 852. . This factory has been iu operation about three years, and is doing a very profitable business. The s?ed casts about cent per pound or 16? cents per bushel. It is pro cured chiefly in Tennessee. A ready de mand is found for all the products. Tho s-.-cd is first run through a gin to remove all tbe lint that dings to it. Th'is"irnf IsrTaT liable for batting, and is sold for that pur pose. The seed next passes through tho huller, iu which the hul.s and kernels are separated. The hulls'are used as" fuel to run the engine. The kernels are now washed, and then steamed, and last, of all pressed by 11 cans of powerful hydraulic presses. The products Of this proceis is dry cake and oil. The cake may now be pissed through a mill aud ground to' meal. The meal is excellent food for aaimals as well as a. good foitil zar. The capacity of tha Nashville Cotton Seed Oil Comnanyla mill. 8 from-5,000- to U,000 tons ct materials per annum. The products per annum are: oil, 198,000 gal lons; cake 2,250 tons. This mill has been in operation since 1863. Tho company pays cut from 555,000 to $00,003 per annum for cottonseed. TCbey pay out about 5G0b'per week in the rm of payrolls, etc, which -ocs into tho commutity of Nashville. Notwithstanding the fact that railroad Jieighls have advanced from 3J to JO per cent, and prices for products receded during tho past year 30 per c.nt, this industry is developing more and more every year, being natural to 'Irs section of country. This last company state, that in 1SC8 it could gefonly' about 1,500 tons of seed; now 8,000 or 9,000 tons como to Nashville. TJipso two mills expend yearly upwards of '$100,000 for seed. I M I f 1 4 THE AEOKO IM XOKTMEBN SCHOOLS. The negroes of Ohio especially are urging their right to cuter any and all public schools on tho same terms as whites. At Nenia one-tbird of the population is Wack, and .the. matter is beiug urged with great persistency. At Zanesvllle recently-two black boys made applica'ion for admission to the High School, and having passed the usual examination, they placed th . Board of Education in the awkward dilemma of repudiating their own rules or of "forcing refined white young ludies into the society and companions! ip of rough, uncultivated n'ul unmanly negroes," as one cxpresse dT. j hn Board however dodged the issue, by hiring a new preceptor for the solo exclu sive use of these two darkles. This is equivalent to a private tutor at ;tho public cxp?nse, aud looks mon like .black superiority than equaity. It seems the negroes are not content with supericrity; so they, held an indigna lun meeting, and threatened diro political Vrocs to the Republican party, if it failed to secure so:'ial equality for these two aspiriug young Africans. The Ohio school law, passed by a Republican Legislature pro viJes for classification on "the basis "cf coior wherever the negroes aro numerous, and adds : , When' the whoie number "Of colored cuildran enumerated is less than twenty, or when, owing to the great distance they re side from each oilier, a separate school for colored children is irupracticable,"the Board of Education shall set apart tho full sbsro of school funds raijed on the number of aid cJored children, and the money so set apart sEallbeVpproprla'ed each year education of such colored children, under the direction of th8Bbard." The Snrpreme.C;urt of Ohio have unan imously affirrmd-tbat this classification by color does not contravene tho Fourteenth Admendmenty Judge Dayin deUverJngd the dft2iiion.rnmarlfprl ; I Eqtwlitrtbfjrights doea net if&cJvoHbo! necessity of ednca ing whitoand: colored persons In the samo tchools,aaj rnorattori l1 d.QCf Abatc.edjicatir, children of. both sexe3 in tho 83me school, or that different grades ofBch6larrmu1i bffkeptin the B'Sme'i sjaioai. nyclasjlncjUiaahiclypieeerves substantUlly equal school advantages 'is not Pichlhited by ,either..jfcer State orj&deral constitution." Howfo get out of :deot wUl ha thSSne fgreat pressing politic issue in most cf aho Southern States for tho rest of this generj lion. In South Carolina the question of how to manage the State debt, gives rise to three distinct parUea.', T'irtkUbsrei is the bqqd ringucompjed.of Northern bankers whoiiold.ahout-three milllonsuof ihe dab: .undseekto, gQtdoUar fpt.-.d6Uir.iEhey, hope by putting various sums where they-. will "do the most good,"4o.indnca the-Ievy- ifgjbyjhe L.gfiiaalura qCa special tas-toJ pay on their claims. Secondly, there are rthe'1)uyers of dgabtfnl tgnds and question able scrip, who, fearing their claims will rot bear inspection, clamor for a plan of "icalihg,"'by "which" abuts'a'naihgv claims against the State-may be lumped together; and "biletl' down21- -en masse, on tho plea S2tSeghtnot t0 pay jaertfcEttarn say40c, wnen "she never irecuiveu. more than 30. These -fellows' hope their doubtful Ecrip could ba ahppad . in by -this -t .arrangement-' and thsy would realize a ba ndsomo. .profit oa-their ventures. - 1bs- present State ad ministrationF and its dependents constitute a tfiird party? who, with a view to the next election, are anxious to,propitiate,tb.aJax.- rldden people, and cannot countenanco the holders of spurious paper, while they jn- voke tho wrath of the bond nng by favoring a "staling - -ui ice rounu Gene aown to about eight million dollars. The extra sesr sion of the Legislature opens on Oct. 2ll wheats, lively triangularJght may be lookj- ed for between corruption, trickerv and c-ms-gegueFy! " " In the meantime itls'namfdl folea haw the people of South Carolina are Vaxed to snstaiu this State government. The Repub ncau journals csmpiacenuy siaio mas in &5.f?rJJi. coming. year, wllU probably b two and a half c.nts on, the. dqllarpf taxi hie property, which is-estimated at S150J 000,000.- -The, tax on thl3 would aggregate $3,750,eOO.-j:iTbat is equivalent to 58.59 biles of cotton at current rates. And this tax falls uron comparatively' few of th8"'cmz55"oF TnaFBtate, for therq i are thousands tinon thousands of negroes there who do not. own a dollars) wuriu 01 i&xauio propeny jmo wonoer the WinsborpTeips make3 'thi3 comment on such audacious brigandage: 1 'The annual tax of the Jews, a people peculiarly blessed by Providence, was only a tj nth cf -the crop; and tbj Sta!te, though by no means blessed &t present, pays onef eighth for tho privilege of having such rulers ns,are now in power. And oeciusl the peopio complain of this fearful condi tion of -lfMrsv they aro called Bourboni aadjsore-beadk- Gov.cott said recinlls that he would ran the whole government tin a tax oniino mill?", and then make '& profit of sevpral hundred thausand dollars;. Lei the Stab be firmed out to him. Ho is better JkaaiTJiB present alUninistratlon. THE BIUXTEKIKGS TKAT PBECEDE KEBEIXION. j Tha mntierings of discontent at the couraefGrautandhis administratio yarB beginning to como up quite thick from dis gusted Republicans. Only two or threp weeks ago the Bostou Advertiser, an old and frasted orgsnxf the Republican party, declared that "the coitdition of the Republi can pirty is not a matter of congratulation;!' that "th02o'Wh6"-are in office may imaging that everythir g-farprosperoas, but trragreajt body of thoughtful men "watching the signs of the times are not hopeful, and these whose conduct of public affairs should inspire confidence are letting things dric toward the bad with a rtcklesscess that ip incomprebehsiblo." The ihfrerf iseraddst : , .".When a party becomes an jorganizitio 1 of offics-bclaers, aud is held together by th profits of its administration of public affair) it is near its end. To that condition th ) Republican-party is tending, and the self, complacent gentlemen who hold its places of honor may thank themselves for the ruin they are deligently inviting and doing notbj ing to prevent." Wo mean tha gentlemen of the President's Gablnct, the members" of the Senate and Hcuso ofHepresentatives, and the aru-y of thrifty customhouse, revef nue and postoffice c I33h, who th-pk they serve the country by keeping themselves warm. We venture to1 say the spectacle of the collector, postmaster j and marshal leagued together, and exerting, all t',e patronage of their offices and usi'mr the time which belongs to the pubhc service t6 force uporra pirty a candidate obnoxious to the majority, was, never before seen in the Bay State. It is an invasion of the inr depenJence of the peoole of the" State hein OU3 and intolerable." Tho Advertiser declared in tho most ernt of their local affiirs by national officials,'' for the reason that "nothing is more peril; ous to tha libeity of the citizen, nothing more certain to nndermine the structure of our institutions." 'This wa? just preceding the meeting of the lAa8sacbu-eT.lsRepublif can Couvention. When that body assem bled, Gov. Bullock, on takirg the chair a: its Presiden j declaredthat, "scandabus ir regularities and immoralities have sprur up in tho public ssrvico, at first denied, uex connived atfaDdafU?rwardscocdone.dyundp tboWssuxi of ImpdndTpg elections '-Ah theso thlngp," he sjs, "have gone as far as tho good name of any party or the publi$ sen'o can bear." And now comes Z7arper' WtOdy, which, as tko St. Louis Republican says, may be considered the most steadfASlj cf champions of the Republican partyj ana which never allows itself 'to-seen Rspubli) can wrong-ES-long- as it can blink it, and it baa begun to talk out very boldly in regard to the short-comings and corrupt jracticss of tho leaders of tho party. IttaHs then! that therpawnr of party "discipline-over tbs minds oY m'err is constantly growing weaker: tha'the thunder of the party torn-torn! can' no ..longer 'be relied on rtj r.i',1 v men to a standard that has ceased to 1 rfprese(jiinecsiis8..oi noercy anu puom J mo.ality;" and then adds: '''Yha itepubllcan nartv Is not now boun toother by lha overshawdowing dangers oif ma recent years, ana it can tnereloro mam uin its..-ptesem ucqaeetioned ascendancy only by tbe character of the administration! If it should be seen lb3t tho national' pi tronaea controls Jccsl politics more and more, despite tho claim of a reform of thp civil service; if recognized iepresentative$ of the national adminiitration inbe ya.riQus S'ates and iu Congress should not 'coni mand, because they would not deserve, .general respeQj.andonfidejice'. if continu!- t s Republican victor:e3 at tae polls should not slay the tcrrent of corruption, and Dung tbe best character, ability, training ai d experience into the management of public affairs then the earnest patriotisrA that made li3 "1101' pSrtyt'Votild tiuue the work that tbe Republican partV, gloriously bogan.'i The testimony of the Boston Advertiser. Harper's Weekly and Gov. Bullock to Ihp increasing corruption of the Republican party, contrasts rather odcly with Senator Morton's-asscrtionJn hisjjecent speech aL Dayton, Ohio, that this same parly is one of the purest that oyer existed Louis .Repit&Zican'thinks that this pretty clearly indicates the line of coming :dlvMon 'irRepublicajTbwno .. . . . ; . . ... J kAUnnn !f Uzh" vl! rmA (fn rt B A t ttl l PT wll I KfJ kiii!i nin 111 wui i iiuii likiui 11a ucu 1 uiu . o. n 111 uu on one 8iae,'ana those who thms ltraeserves to live forever "will be fourid orr" the other, and adds: "In the latter class will be found all nrho. likaMortonCameroD. Carpenter, Butler, Cdnkling, afadtho carpet-bag Sena tors and Representatives at tho Sonth.nevef open their months in public but I to sound the prauo cf , the gri eat B4 if Wi J Republip6rparty46ad in th&ormcr.igill be countedlIessrs. Sumner andcSurzifendia. few otliti condemned Libsrajut Siieijy a battalion of independent Republlcarfccwh' papers rallyibg'tfie masses to battle with tho office holders. It is infinitely easier to break up a corrupt governing party in this conn try than to reform it, because the leadeis I are,tbe jiuthort ofoupploglsts. fo&Jtgcoiv ,eruryona,rb3 dp jiqt admit that Itneeqs reformation; Khile a popular revolt againt ! jt mi genf rajlyjMunJt on, Jteiqgi gypported, by the antagonht party. Reubhjanismwas sadly in need" of beincrefofmedTyeaf agi, but instead ofany sttimjgtt rformltioB, is maae liseu more conup;,inan ever j atu it is probablo that it wOT "be worse a ypar hence than it is now. When the point aha 1 bareached at.whlch tho:jopalar. patience s exhausted, tbe work of tearing it to piecqs by is owndhas.ULeghx . NEW-ADYERTiSEMEMTS. . ST. JOSEPHS -TV A"-"SOCIET'sj, Ai' THIS 51ATJLJtQ ,BJLMK, Tbnrsdajr Kvciilns, Sept. S3, 1S73. j Tho Committee of Arrangements wilt leave nothing undone to make tliid a pleasant ana agreeable ball. J. J. O'liOUKKK, Sec'y. sep213t 8nn,wed,thnrs BealTstate, Accounts, otes, et In the District Conrt of the United States for the Middle District of Tennessee In the mas ter of Thps.J,arJte,8 & Cp,tBankrnpts. j AT NASHVILLE, AT THE BOOM OF THE saidDIstrlot Court, " " - ; Ob MonUav, 13th October, 1S73, ' at 12 o'clock 11., 1 will proceed to sell at pablip auction, to, thehighest ljidder,.-tho following nronertv -oi Thomas Paries & Co.. tha-Banlo- xupte aforesaid, -vio.: . " .,-.' An nnaiviaea one-tniru inreresc m tue iouowt leg" described real estate: A. two-story frame house containing 5 rooms.-with 7 -aerea of lani jnore.or less, near Jranklin, Tenn-. bounded. as iouots: un me Eoum ty r.moargo street, on yie north by liar re th river, on she cat by"the Nash- vjllo.anU Deatur'Bailrbad, on tha westby -the lanas oi .icxanaer ana uempsey, Known as uie "VineEand Place." A lot of croundln the town of Lawrencebtirir. Tenti., fronting on the eastern slde.of the Publip Square ot said town, and known as.lot.Ko.. 0 in in me pun oi jeaiy iotu , i A lot Of inound. 3 acres, more or less, in the town'of likwrencebur, Terih., Jelng"16t Ha. 79, registered iu the Registers office of Lawrence A lot orgrounoin- Liawrence counrjy xenn.', on Jleal's lork or Shoal Creek-,, adjoining tht Itawrenceburg tract and tile Jlill'tract, bounded on the south 1t. the Mill tract. And on ithe-east, north and yt est 'by tho Iiawrenceburg tract, In cludinc the tan-yard and all it? atmrtenanceii slid piece of land being U poles east and west by 19 poles north and south, registered In. book j. page420. . , j .. . i A certain piece or parcel of irround in Iaw rencc county, "Tenn., containing 150 acres', raorb or lest-on stuoai oretsK, Known astno"jtiaiuiewB Tract,'! registered in the Begister's office of salfl county In book K, pajes 469 and 470. A one-sixth-urfdiTided InteresHrt'tho reat es tate of iym. Parkes, dee'd, ofLawrcnca county, Tenn. . J Thos. Pafkes' interest in contested bids for Iaiid fold by Chancery Court at Nashville, "Tenn.-, in case of E. H-.ChiJdrcss ys. TV. li. Lucas.1 '. Teehs op Sale of Real Estate-One-third cash, and residue in G and12 months. " Note$, satisfactorily endorsed, with interest from date and lien retained until purchase, money ia jaid. Accdnrits, note?, "etc:, tobepaidiifcash. , . THOS.- CALLiENDEB. I . . - .Assignee of Thos. J?arkes & Co. -SC20 4t 21', 23, 24, oct 12 i Lime! Lime!! We ake kow pkepa'eed to 'fill orders foriimo in any quantity. It will pay yob. to call and see "as before purchasing elsewhere. a H. STliCKEEL 3s"CO.,t ' se'p53 lw 2'aiid "4 Crlleee street Executor's Notice.- ' HAYING QUALIFIED AS .EXECUTOR of tho estate" of Her5f y Conniton, deceased, jilUpcrsoni indebted to same wlil-como forward atd settle; and notice is hereby piven, that all IergODS holding claim" against said estate must rile same, according to law.br' be Vebarredr '' H. C. LOUKBTT, Exector, Nos. 23 and 25 Lafayette ft. Xashville, Temr, Sejit. 22, 1CT3. sep23 4t For Sale, i THAVE A "HANDSOMELY EWPBOVED place Kesldence and Business House and oneot the best stands for dry goods and groce ries west of Tennessee river, which I will sell on good terms. Buildings nlrin good condition, anil situated on the, P.-&.JL BB-at.pierco's Sta tion in Weakley county. Apply in pemn or by letter to" A. jr. JOliNSTON, ' Sept 20, 1873. ' Pierce'a'Statlon, Tcnri. sep2oim - r Tennessee Man'nfact.m'ing Co. milB STOOKHOLDEBS OF THE TEN 1 nessee Manufacturing Company arc hereby ,J nounea that tne annual meeting lor election ojr Directors for tho ensuing year, will bo" held in tho office of th Com'niercHl Insurance Company, city of Kashville, on Monday, tho Cth of October next. J. WHIT WORTH , Fres't. J. PLUNK ET, Sec. ahiTTrca?. Nashyllle,Seirt.ig,J873, - ' sep20 td Xarge TJjtree Days Dry Goods . Sale., . . YEATMAlv SHIELDS & CO WILL SELL Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. 23d, 21th and 25th September, commencing each day at 10 o'clock a. m., extensive lines cl seasonable Staple aud Fancy Goods in great variety, "Hats', Boot3, bhoes, Trimmingsuid. VarieUe." general ly, to which we invite tuo attention of all whd make prices an object in their purchases. ECp21 tf - - - ! EDUCATIONAL, ' 'ACiDMY M ST. CECILIA, .. .HASH.YMXE,.TJC!iH. . . THE FALL AND TWENTT-SIX.TU SESr sion will "begin on Itlnnday, lirst of,.8.eptcrjater, j .Tot particulars apply for catalogue's. 5y272m " OBOILIAN.OOLIjBS-Bi Malo, in tho country, pnE. S P. B. B. Board, Tuitition, Washing, Lights, Fuel, Bed, etc., per twenty weeks, only $100. "For particulars, address Hi A- CECIL it BROS., , Co)Clllan I,'. ,0., I?nrdn County, Ky; aug(;eod2ai " ' MBS. STIiVAKOS REED'S- "KmrHah. msir.li nTi'l finrmhri .Boa'rdlrig andpay feclioo; i J?OB YOUNG LADIES AND CHILDREN Tf?03.C and S East'ssd Street, Central Park; (bef -twesn 5th. tod Mfdison ars.,) New York; The tenth school year will bogin.Sept. 24, 1873; Letters and applications to be sent to tho above address." - - -aug8eod2m MRS. JOHN Y. S.- BLBECKBK EuSttslii Fre'rtcli and GermVin Boardl ' iag and Bny Neltoot for younjr ' J;Jles nnd Children, No. SO-East-44tU street between Fifth and Mad .ispa .Ayenues,, NEW YORK CITY. WILL OPEN SEPT. 24TH, 1873. A nosk thorough conrso of instruction together with Homo care and Privileges. Miss' Pegrtm, Iatj of Bichmond, is associated with Mra. Bleeckerj. . r aug26 codlm I UniVei;siiyrtof JasKfille, r Deiiat-tment of medicine and surgery; 1873-'.74. THE T WENTY-FOUBTH COUBSE-OF LEO: tures in this Institution will commence on Moutloyi (lie 29tli'day. of September next,., . v. ; and close on thelast Thursday of February .1874. The Anatomical Booms will be opened i'or Stu dents on the 22d day of September. Special at tention is paid to.tbjAjdepart:icnt,.go that the fcil:t,ies for the study of Practical Anatomy are hbts'urpa'Bed anywherd.' For Clinical Instructioiu both Medical-'and Surgical, ample provision, ismada through the St. Vincent Hospital, near the College, Nashville Infirmary, and the State Prison Hospital. "" Matriculation -Tee', So'otJj Professor' Ticket, '850; Dissecting Ticket, $16; Oradnatfon fce,SJ0. Boarding, In good housei, f 1 to f 5 a week. For further informal ion apply to T. B. BUCHANAN, M."D., eepllm Dean of the Faculty. PUBLIC SALE OF FINE STOCK. OF r X-WILIi OEFEB-AX-TDBLIOOTJICKT, 4T Jinslivlllo Bace Course, ' 1 . On SATURDAY, SEPT. 27tb, A. FINE LQT OF . j .r (The Proilace of ypaaal.) Sale to begin at 10a.-m. .For sale. Catalognas, rddIv to W. G. HARDING. : aug28 td NlishvlllP, Xeua. BEAL ESTATE SALES. PUBLIC SALE . T OF -I T fl ''l Opening1 Fall Sale of jLto ' . FOR TH SORTfl-NASHmiB REA1 ESTATE C( AKp FOB THE- MeGAVOCK ESTATE TVhlcH will be continued from time to time da ring tho Fall. ; ' ' - " ...11 Thelots to be offered ato botli in and ont iif Ihn ilmlii. on nnd near' tUo two lines or Stroct Kallronu nnr.tho Cotlon Factoryi Btid on '.HcGavocIt Avcnno, 1 High, Summer And otner improved: Streets. Since our last sale of Lots in.ttiis locality, tti Horth KashvIIIo tSeat Estate Co. has made liberal expendltuies'ln making streets and "boring wells', and the CbttorfFactory of the Ten- nissee'Manufacturrng Company has become an established success, causing a demand for a large number of houses for the rue of its operatives The sale will be, as heretofore, positive All Iots put up will bo so'd without reserve. I Tho Terms will "be: 20 per cent; the balance on 1, 2 and 3 years' credit, with Interest, but no security reqntred.All purchasers building': honses-lmmediately will not be required to jjajy; the 20 pfer cent cash, but wiil be allowed 1, 5'and 3 years' credit upon their entire purchase. Sale to commence on McQavock Avenue at H o'ejpek. , ' , , Conveyance- by Street Cara Eroe, anil Jt'ree Collation. . "Wotnyile omybodrto-- attend this salo, and call tho particular attention of all'persans wan-. lrjg.Ijots.taTbulld on to the laducements offered to" them. BROWNS & CHEATHAM, Ag'ts.( Sept. 13, 1S73. sepH td SLATE ROOFERS. J. JONES & CO., PRACTICAL SLATE ROOFERS. WhoTssale and, Retail Dealers in. all kinds of American Mate: All orders promptly . attended ito. .OlSce and Tnrd cor. Vine &. Clinrcnsts Particular attention paid to Overhauling Old jyz bffl. . . . noois. COMMISSION. MERCHANT. NOTICE. f. jS. :B"G':E:Btf:Er2?ia?, (Succe"' sor to Burnett, Mctnnla & Co.:,), CohSM'SIOX JIERCttAST No. Ill Broad Ntreer, - - 5ew Torlf. Refers to Messrs. Lesucur&,Fowell,N.aiiiyllle, Terin.: Messrs. Carter 4S Lester, Lebanon, Tenn.; Com. Exchange Bank, N. Y. J Liberal advances made on shipments to ma. augC3m . - RACING. FALL MEETING- OF THE MIYILLE BLO WILL Conimence Monday, Sept. 29, 1873, OVER THH NASaYAULE StACEOURSE, AND CONTIUUEiS,lX DAYS;-' j Alternnttng: wltu tho Fair of tlio Aefrl-cnltur.-J n'd TUechninlcal ' " j "Association. All Railroads running 'nto Nashville chargohalf fare.-froin all points in the State, during the 1 continuance of tho Fair' "and Eaces. ' ' PROGRAMME. ' ' 1 First Day Hondny, Sept. ,30, 1S73. FIRST RAOE TToung America Stake No. 1' for two year olds; dash of a mile; 5 entrance, . ti A ttatrt4ifm tA nrlil ?!?I10. in hA Tnn ATI the ttrst day of tha meoting;353 to. thojsecond norsc. ijioseu wnu o iiuuiiuununs. ( SECOND RACE.' Liii'ck's 'Hotel Stake, for grecH-tbree-year olds, -mile heats, who have 'riot appeared In publio prior to the 1st of August', J873; S2 subscription, p. p., .the Affociation.t() add S300; S00 to the second horse; to ba run on the first day of the meeting. Closed with 1$ nominations. - r . : THIRD RACE' Association Purse S150; dash of a mtl6"and a, quarter-' " ' ' Second Day Wednesday, Oct. I, IS73 FIRST RACE Association Purse, S500; twor mile heats. . ,jc SECOND RACE. Asoclation Purse, S300J nille Bfats. ' ' . - - ..VI , , . ; r Thlrrt Bay Friday', OCI. 3, 1S73. FIRST 'BACE-Bello Meade Stake, Sweep stake for three-year olds, (foals of 1STO); two rolle heats; SWO mbscription, S50 fotfeiture, As sociation to add SI00, to be run on the third day o the meeting. .Closed Willi 23 nominations, i , .SECOND RACE Association P.nrse'5250j dash of two miles.. .Fourth IJny Jlonday, Oct. C, 1873. , FIRST RACE Association Purse, S100; mile heats, 3 In 5. , SECOND RACEASSOciation Purse, S125 dash of a:mile.' THIRD RACE .Association Purse, S150i dash of a mile and a quarter . ' Fifth Bay Wodnesday, Oct. 8, 1873i FIRST RAOE Yjoung America Stake No. 2, for two-year olds; dash of amile;S25 entrance, ?. p., the Assoc atioa to add S300; the winner of ounc America Stako No. L.fe carry 1Q lbs. ex tra; to'be run cn tin fifth day of the meeting; S50 to thfrsecond-horsoj-otosedw.th. 85 nominations: SECOND BACK SouUiem- and Western Turf Congress Stake; four milo heats; S25Q sub scrio'tionrp. P-; the Nashville Blood' Horse Asso. elation to add 51,000, iri-whlch it is expected that the Lexington, SU Louis, New Orleans, Mobile and Nashville Associations will bo represented. THIRD RACE Association Purse, 5200; dash "of a mile and a half. Sixth Day-Friday, Oct, 10, 1873. FIRST BACE-Maxwell House Stake, for H,rAn MrnHc rriilpi hoits: S25 subscription'. D, p.; the Harwell Housa to add ttOO; SlOu tofeos- ono har.e; to osrun on ui last u uicui- log; closed .with 25 nominatioiis. sECOVD BACE Association Pur6e, S30O; mil heats TniBD BACE Association Parse, 200; dash of a mile and a .quarter: ,5123 .to the first, S50 to the second, and $23 to" the' third. Where there is no second horse, tho Associa tion will renin second money ' Half the money offered In pnrseswUl.ho given for a walk. Entrances for Afsoclatioii Purses, 6 per cent. All cooimuntcatlocs eddreased to tho Secre tary. ,-W.H. JOHNSON, Geo. W.Dakdkn, Sec'y. realdenfc. g.M.MuEfHY, Treasurer, sepntc- Horth Nashvillci.- ifsi ANKING ifirst National . OF No. 55 North College Street THE VEHX(fNATD 'DEPOSITORY- r- 6f inn' TjUMJ UNITED STATES- FUK MIDDLE TEimESSEE. flluTTlT. CaKt nnA TTTCf.T - fin ntni M. BURNS, O. Bi "PARSONS, E. E. .CAMPBELL. A. GnEWUiG, Ai li. -DEMOSS. WM?SIMMONS. Eeceives Deposit. Dsalr In Fdreieh'aod U meitic Exchange, Gold, Sirrer andGoyernmdnt Securities, Collections inadet and temitteafor on aay oi payment at current rats or ezaange jicveiiuu ouuupa jor saie. - M. BUBNS; W. Gi BUTTEEFIELD. ' . , President.. . Oaihier. THEO. COOLEY. Janllsptr " Assistant Caihleri DRY GOODS. ' JOSEPH VAUB, U, -, WITH ' iMPOKTEBS AKD JOBBERS' , j 451. .an- 453v?ROAIWAyj WE OFFER OUB SOUTHERN FRIENDS 'a most desirable Stock,' and .will mtetlham with liberal treatment and carefnl attantioh. Orders promptly and satisfactotilyatteaded (o. Mail your letters to our care, and mako us heail- quarters. ' - . augJI lmj MUSIC BOOKS. Kcw CMrcli'lnsic B.00K "I'illi STAjNUABU. XT1CO HI.50, Ida very' nperiorCoUectlon'or Church Mil sic for.Choirsj Conventions and Singing Classd? Compile! .by ih. O. E2IERSON and' B. PaLHEB, men of the highest reputation as condactora' aat compdseri Selfa largely. Al ready a great success. Till; KIVEU OF 1.1 FE, S30 per bun dred, Is a Sabb'ath School Song Book of extra ordinary merit fO comDoasrs contribute Hvmns- and Music alike' new, original anfi bcaatifill. opecimea copies maiiea iqr au cents. CHEEKFUIj VOICES. Price 50 centk By L. O. EMEBSON. A School Sonar Book. Is tbe one to introduce in Common Schools the presEnt Wasofl. 11 'J ' '" ' ' ' AU books mailed, post-'pMd, Jfor rctall price. I OLIVER DITSON '& CO., Boston. ! CHA3. H. DITSON &'CQ ' 711 ilroai-Tvy, Kovr Yor!i. seplS.dfa'&wiiaitttf BUILDING MATERIALS. S. BROWN & GO., DEALEBS in Baildlngr Siippllcn, Wblto Xinir, Ce lncni.-nreuricH, ire,cwy, rias. ter Parts, I'lHstorlns; Untr, 1 . r- Wlilto Jiaud, Etc., - . j Kb. 40 Worth Summer Street. auglT tf 1 MISCELLANEOUS. ' MAD. DESHATES, i FBOM PARIS, BESPECTFULLT In forms her friends and patrons that sho has established In Co'umbia, Tenh. Sho is now ready to attend all orders sent to her id the lide i - . .-v. .V . - - - . . . V 1. ' I . , oi ruiiuvaiiDC a:i minus ui uiuk uuu uim ltictb: also alter laces in different styles. Lace Curtains Gone up equal to new. eepi2.zw Notice. OFFICE OF SECBETART AND TREAS-h URER NASHVILLE. CHATTANOOGA! AND ST. LOUIS RAILWAY, if Nashvillz, Tenn., Aug. 20, 1873.1) rrlHE STOCK HOOKS OF THE NASH- i Tille and Chattanooga Railroad Company- win te cioseu on tno ist uay oi aeptemoer, lbiji, and opened on the 1st day of October next, in order to give time to make upthe stock accounts' and to arrange for the issuance-or new certih- catesin tho name of the "Nashville, Chattanoo ga and St. Louis Railway Company.!' Certifi cates of stock in (he Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Liouis Kauwav compiny wiu do issueu on and nfier the 1st day of October next. , . W. A. QLEAVES, Secand Treas. aug2lfobctl No. 7,133. SHERIFF'S.SAE.E. j rY VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF FL FA, Jj to' me 'directed, and delivered from tho Honorable Chancerv Court of Davidson conntv. Tenn.. at Its Acrll Term. 1873. Twill .c'roofe to public sale, to the- highest bidder, for cash; jit Saturday, the 27 th day of September, l73,witlilri lawlul hours, Thirty 30 SliHres of Stock 1n tho Tertneeseo Railroad and Coal Company, "or a sufficiency thereof to satisfy an execution In my hands for seven hoiidre J and jilnetyrnlne and 34-100 dollars, (S730.34,) in the. Tjase of Stcrod Williams vs. E.F.'Colvarct'alir.au'd'beinglevled on as the property oi E. F. Coljar to eatlffy samuia. . Dated this 18fh dar of September, 1S73. i E. D. WHITWOBTH, Sheriff. By E. M. WOODALL, Deputy.i seplS 3t 18,20,27 PEDICAt." IVevor TVell Thousands of people -who are not 'absolutely sick; complain' that they" are "never wcU.' Withourbelng-in pain, they arc perpetually in a' Btate of "di8c6mfort worso than bodily suffering: Th'e'catiSo 6f this rndeScriba olo wretchedness Is a morbifljcohdition of the-di gestive, assimllaiiau and .discharging .organs. Tone, invigorxte, and regulato these viscera with Tarrant'n EtTervescent Scltaer Apbr- -- ,.; - 'lent "-' - and tho lanffnori deresslori'"and-nervous deblt- ,lty, which arcjnevitable results of lndigestioij. biliousness ana an irreguar aaDit oi cony wiu cease. The Aperient contains all chemical oases of-the famous Seltzer Spring- is' quite astielf ctous, anu equally reiresmng. ooia oy mi urug gl ts. FQpl7 dw,'c,dAar2wa-tv2t , KATALYSrNE WATER-The"Gfeat Medi cine of Nature Indorsed-by tlra highest Medical Author! ticsv.LReatores Muscular Power to the Paralvtic.Youfhf ill Vigor to tho Aged, and Develops the Young at aCriti-1 VLkV.W .VU, MUI1tO U.H1-m J Deposits: Cures (Tout, Bhcuma'ismIiy: pepSla, Kuralgia,GraveI,DIiibetes,TJis?ases of. the Kidneys, Liver and" Skin; Abdominal Dropsy, Chronic. Diarrhoea. Constipation, Asthma, Nervousness, Sleeplessness,- Genci ral " Dcbllitv, ' and nearly every class of-Chronic Disease.' PamphletS.'Contalning History of the Spring and Testiraonialu-from Medical Journals, eminent Physicians, and distinguished Citizens, sent free by mail by WHITNEY BROS., General Agents, 227 South Front strest, Ehllaitelrnla. For f ale by-all Drnggists. t aug3 qod3m. c C a c u 02 o Of," 3-3. r N't Is m cti? KS5W 5 J :i . - a 3 " - T Jy25 dSw3m 9 ! C1T St.,Charlcj itrtct, Et. .Louis, Mo.,liM.bea loDcer to- ' 'gigedlnthe tre&tment of all venereal and exaal dlseues J auan any pe alalliHa St. Lonla tlM tili papen ihoir; also spennatarrhcea, sexual deblUt andJmpocscj, as-Uu) result of seir-iUuse la youth, fcr sexual excesses ; sjopwin bclng,nerTOuoeas(emiaalemissloDS, debility, dimnen of ; siyht, delectlve memory, pimples on the face, physical decay aversion to society of females, conrdstoniif ideas.-less of sexual power, are permanently cured. PamphletSS pagea free. Every letter of inquiry with one stamp answered. ! a a t '5" T & , ..S S.fl' n-.-W m I'B- em v. a ?l . m bbt. IH I : a ,TjSaS ' I ffi &; r crr: 81 2St3' 2 Ear S t "i a b a f -For-Mayor? TX7E are authorized to announce K. J. MOR- i VV RIS as a Candida e for Mayor of the dry of -Nashville at the ensuing Municipal Election. In answer to a call made some time since b the voterrof.theFJrst.Wra JAS. A. STEELE announrCT'himself a candidate fcr the posltloriof luerman ironi mat. warn, John Jlcuiutrulin wiaiuruwmg irom mo canuiuacy jn his lavor. Xtep'irEtS". "T". . 11. " - TTTE are autharizfid to announco HUGH V D0.UGLASS as a candidate foe re-eleatfon :aS Alderraaa fi omTEOfirat Ward. - sepll'td ' For Al lerman Second Ward. IiN-compllanco- wlth-the wfshes of veryttaahy . citizens of the Second Ward, l'ahnounce'riy- ecii a a canuiuanrior-.iaerman irom tue aqc' oiia .war a at the eruaing aiunicipaLElection.i scp3 te THOS. O MILSOM: For Alderman Third Ward. TF, elected JUdemTan of t&e. 3d Ward 1 itlU X servo the city to, the best of my ability. aug2G HUGH McCRI For Alderman Fourth Ward. WE are autherlztd. to announce JAMES JFi "PENTECOST as a candidate for Weldc- tlon as Alderman from, the Fourth Ward at tho ensuing clsction. ang31 td . For AJdessan Fifth Ward. "YXT-K are authbrlzed to announce J."M. HAW T KINS as a candidate for Alderman irdm the i irth Ward at the ensuing election. seplOfd' r ' " - rpHE present' Incumbent ha vinz declined to be X a candidate for re-election as Alderman. from the Fifth Ward, I hereby announce mysilf. us in;uuiuuai,Tiin prorai-eiocareiuiiy auena augl7 Its' B. B. CHEATHAM For Alderman Sixth Ward. I respectfully; announce myself a candidate cor Alderman from the Sixth Ward, and if "elect ed will serve my constituency with the best jof , my jinmuie atiUM y. .... T rc. U. iJLAUKl BOg27td r WE aro authorized to announce S D. BASS as a candidate for Alderman from the air' Ward at the ensuing Municipal election. t "T HEREBY annouflco myself a candidate fcr j re-eicction as Aiaerman nom tne eta war a. aug26 J.W.WILSONj rorAlclnriiiauCRcvciiili Ward. I .TTfCE are authotizedto'annoanrXA4."A. HITi& Vf-ai a candidate lbf Atderlmaii .Irom ttid 7 Ui WarUj at the ensuing election. sepl2 tej 'For' Alderman Eighth Ward.. TY request, I announce myself a candidate D forAlderman from Eighth Ward. - i sepeto- SPENCER EAKINj "TS J"E are- authorized to anno.ance;-J.-. jj, . Y.f HEUSER as. a candtdattf for. Afderman from the Eighth Ward at the ensuing electloni aug3ltd ; " j ' For .Councilman Flraf Ward, j : TTTE are authorized 'to announco JOHN.Wi TV EDWARDS as a candidate for Council man Irom the First Ward at the ensuing Muni cipal.F.lectlQ.a.., . ...sepHtd, XT7E are authorized.- to announce. .W. H. VV PERRY as-a candidate for re-election as .Councilman from Jhe-Tirat Wiird..' ' sepUid WE -aro authorized. . to announce Fat R. OULLOM as a candidate fat- Councilman from tho First Ward at thecnsuirig election-. J au23tr . " For Conncilrann-Second' Ward., WE are 'authorize!, to 'announce JOHlTW. 0APPS as-a candidate for' Co'nncilmin from the Second Ward, a't' the" ensuing munici pal leqtion. - sep!3 te WK are authorized to announce JOHN W. COLESIAN as a candidate for Councilman from the Second Ward at the ensuing electloni eep7td T the earnest request of voters of the Second '. JA Ward to serveacrain as Councilmin. I here by announce myself asf candidate for re-elec-tiorr. THEODORE SEIFBIEDi sep2td . . I WE aro authorized to announce BENTQN SNOWDEN as a candidate for Council man froirLthe Second Ward at tho -ensuing Mh- nicipal Election.; ' . sepa WE are authorized to announce OLIVER ' TOWLES as a candidate for Councilmin from th Second Ward attho erKalng electloni sep3-l to. - i For C'onncilmnii- -Third Ward. XTE are authortzed'to announce G. M.FOj VV Jr., as -a canditHto lor Councilman Irom thoThlidWardattheenstjing Monlclpa Elec tion. - ' t sepia tdj WJE -ate authorized' to announce JT. J.. TREPPARD as a candldato.for Cduncn man from tho Third Ward. sepll tdi JN response to tho solicitations of many friends I am a candidatefor'-'re-election a3 Council man from the Third Ward, .p'edging to use ray best exertions for the solid advancement of the public interest, a I have done' In tha past. ; aug-i ia . ... r . .diiiir..fii. rveco;.! XITJJJiro authorized to annoanc8-HARRY D. YY MARTIN as a candidate for Coancilmam from the third Ward at the 'ensuing' municipal election. aag21tf! For Councilman Fourth Ward. WE .are authorized? to announce- -FORD BEDDICK as a candidate -for Council- nntfTrom tie Fuurfh Ward, at the ensuing mu nicipal election. " tepl3te WE are authorized to -announce Ri K. ADAMS as a candidate tor re-election as' Councilman from the Fourth Ward at the ensu ing Municipal Election. aug30td A T the solicitation- of, many ft lends, I an- CjLuonncejnyseir as a candidate lor- uouncu-man'from-the Fourth Ward. aug30 td A. D. CREIGHTON.j For Councilman Fifth Ward. I WE aro authorized to announco -JOHN YY LUCK as a candidate for Councilman: from the Fifth Ward, at the ensuing election, ..yl ... ' ' BY request of anumberof'ctttzeEs'o'f tlio5i Ward, I announce myself a candidate ft 5th for Councilman from that ward at tha ensuing mn- nioip&l election. JUUI M. UAUT angista AT the request of imsny citizen!, GEORGE -W. SMITH Is announced as-a candldatcfpr Councilman in.-the Filth. Ward at the ensuing Municipal iiioction. aug-a tx Far.Conncilman Sixth Ward. ji tors of tha Union and American: In ol diencc td the wishes of tha mechanics andVork intrmen. n lease announce- me as -a' candidate fpr. Coup'cilraari.from.the Sixth. TOird. S-!y Iqngjiad close connection -with the manufacturing intex- ots of the City, and rome.-expferlohco" In tha Clty Conncil, Induces the belief that no interests-will- suner m my nanus, xne time Detween.nowaua tne election is too snort lor me -o comer wiin tne voters iOt thB"ward in person. I -will therefore" thank my friends, and tho TOters of the ward in general, to give me a ilit.at the 'polls, very re spectful!?, isru. wood., sepajta WE'are authorized to announce WILLIAM LITERER a3 a candidate for re-election as Councilmau from the Sixth-Ward at the ensu ing election. . sep3t;d' Wk are autnonzca to announce J. x. DE5IENT as a candidate lor-Councllman from tho Sixth' Ward at tho ensulBe dlunioipal election, " aug21 td: Fo Councilmau Seventh Ward. AT the personal request of jery many of jay fellow'cltlzensof the Seventh Ward. I an nounce; myself " a . candidate for re-election. Should the irood Citizens of the old Seventh nCaln contide. to mo her interests, I .shall give- to- tiiero my very e8t services. . AUg. li, ltTi. i-llLUli- LilXLaijZjX. augl7 to - For Conncilmnn Elffhtlr Ward. ' VT7E-aro anthorizod to announce RQBT'H. VV HAILEVas a candidate fer. Councilman of.thoj;ightH.V7ard t .tho. ensatng M.unicipU Election. aug3i w. WE are authorized to announco EDwAKp WILLARD as a'cahdldattf for' re-elecfidn as Councilman of tho Eightlv-Ward at the. eusa- lDg.ilunl:ipaljilecuon , augJLtU' TSTE .aro authorized to announco iFRANK VV OTTENVILLE as a candidate for Coun- cilman from the Eighth Vard at the ensuing Munlcipal'ciection. T-aug31tdt For-Conncllniaa Tenth Ward; AT thd urgent solicitation ormyfriends, r an nounco myself a candidate-for "XJonncllmah of tbe .Tenth "Ward .at the ensuing-Municipal Election. RICHARD MUBNON.1 Sepllte' WE are authorized to announce I. IC. SPAIN as a .candidate, for. Councilman from the Tenth Ward. L r eeplOtdl WK are autnorrzoa to annourcq a. o.,uw as a candidate for re-election 'as Couiicll- msn from the Tenth Ward," at the ensuhig-'elec-tion. v V . -aug29 te j By request of n number of-citizens of -the Tenth Wai.d, announce mysclta.candidate tor'Crthncilmari fiom that Ward at the enduing Municipal election.' i auzite' --"it --eiiAjrjc,n.K. REAL ESTATE, AGENCjES. THCS. OUADT,'2LL. A. W. JUUSBOHj JB. CiUbTFELL, J0MS0N S 0 ' Estate Agents. WILL ATTEND TO BuylngrsclliMg land jElejatjlii oi i'roperty, , Also to the. Negotiating of JLonna And will make OASH "ADVANCES on Propei ty or BentaVhete parties deilre It, BEABLT .OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE. declly . i . JVflS.OELLANEOUS, TtTE' HATE" IN' STOREiX liAEOE-'AND W complete stock of Kntudky and Tsrmeetlee .Iros, whictt .we ara offering to cash and prompt buyers' at . " . JBEDCCED PJBICES. fejffllm '' D.HniMA.&lRSr , ' . ' For Sale. ' rfftft ACRES OF" SPLENDID ELKBIVEIt OUULaridln'Lin'colircOuhty, Tenn., Sltnatedp miles from FayetteTilla on the- 'Wlirchester-ajid Alabam Railroad; well-watered and. Umbered, and adapted to cottcp, corn, small graa nd crass. For lnfermatton addres 8ep9tf . FajetteTlilejXeBri. l iF" SALES. 1 95 - LEGAL? Supreme- Conrlr'Sale. . ; r, f - - ' vs. James Barbara Adam SC. Forgn- P PTJRSUANT TO A DECREE OF THE SD preie Ccwto'LTepnessee', elUfog- at NaJh viilopronoaueol EthU"xau3e at,lts Decemtjer Term, 1871, 1 will aelUo the highast bidder, at tho Courthouse, tn the city of Nashville, On S jatnrdaytbe tli" iflay of A certain House and Lot described as follows: sltnnfe.i in iii(trntnnnTitv. Tenn.. and bemK ,part.of lotXc,4? K-iftiHarjPi!;?11 thScItvotvin-Bt5crrnnTnif at a point pn South Cherry street,-ai V. H. Conger's sontheasttLf corner, and running soatlnrarUly wltu sam eirf et i 3t fccr-2 inches to KJrby' northeast cotnei; J thence westwarniv lBTTgetrtos; iooi auey, thence northwurdry with said alter f' few Jnchfa to Cdrigef a corner, arul thisnca tastwatd- i ttXMl XlOt Will WHJ1U tMl u CIVUI. " six and twelve, months, free from the efluRv'ca: "redemption. .Note with good pjcuritj will jbc" required ef (her purchaser, and if Ren retained' for payment of the purchase money. - - - .1? ii nnKKivnriiv flwV. sepio oaw3w SUPREME COURT' U J-W Wilson & Co. vs. Gco W. ShlcItls ' et al., '. ', '. AND. " ' . I 1 4 T. Jt Xattaer et al. vs. BenJ. (Shields ".- . ' . ft nlf. . . ' - TiURSUANX TO Jl. "DECREE JRES'I) 2.RE D JT in the above named consolidated causes by tho Honorable Special Commission, sitting af tne uapitoij-irrtho City oi'Kasnvllle, la pursu ance of an actofjhaJJsaljilanire of Tennessee, to hear and "deterraino' causes on the Supreme ' Court doc&et, I"wlU sfclL.atpubllcoutcrT, at tb.o Courthouse doon in tho city of NashviUe, ' On Saturday,- the 4iu day $f One-aalf ot a certam lot of ground in the said cityof Tashville, countyof Davfilson, and State of Tennessee, known "and daslcnit'ed on the map and plan of said elty-as lot NoJlfr whtcliTrouts on Market stree-ftv-four f eet; from theijce rupuipg back one huadred and' foity-sereti feet 'and ten inches, and is the same lot of ground by deed convejedby; John A. McEWen, Ttust4e etc., to BenjF Sh'elds, Trnstee. etc., recordba WtheBeglster'a Office of Datidian.co.unty, in Book No. 21, pages 280 aud 281. . , , Saldlotof cround win bffflold to 'satisfy tar- i'ousi decrees- rendered- in -thes-3 iBousolidatEd cauei'.'inteestanilcoit ! TEHJI8 OF SALE--Sixand twelve months credit. The T purchaser will ho required to exe cute notes, -wfth good' and "a-inovcd. security, and allen.wm.be rctainetldn said lot .of ground tosecure.thepaymeptoi the puriihaso moneyj "Salefree from, the .equity cf redemption. ! Nashville, Tenn., May 31, 1873. . ' . FC. DUNNINGTON, Clerk seplO oaw3w . : - Supreme Com't Land Sale. i Shaw and CnsBatry tva. M. Stratton et , - ' als. 1 - ; " .AND , Shaw and Cross wy vs. it. Barns. J TIIRSTIANT TO. A DECREE, RENDERED" JL in the above named causes by the Honoradle" Special uommission,- titung at xue vapicoi in 100, city of Nashvillej in pursuanoev o-f an actof tjie Legislature of Tennessee, to hear and 'determine causes on the Supreme Corirt docket, I will sell at public outcry, at the Courthouse door In the5 city of Nashville, cn.,. v. ; JSatardsytbe Itli day of Oc tober, 1873, , I A tract of land containing four and one-half acres, with the di3tl lery and fixtures thereon, lying. in DaTidsonj.iounty State of Tennessee, on the headwaters of llansker's Creek, and about one mile westof the-town of Goodlettsvllle, and. Is bounded on the north and east by the lands jof the widow and heirs of E.E. Drafte, dec'd.atol on the south andUest by the Ja nds of J. U Crosswy. Said land and distillerr will be raid to satisfy the yarious dec: ecs jendered In this cause, Inter est anu costs. - TEB3IS OF SALE--SIx and twelve montUs' croi.it. Thejiurchaserwillbeiaqu-ired. to exe cnte notes, with good antT apprtrred security, and alien willha retained on said landand dis tillery to.'securo the payment of ' tho purcBaso"' inoney. Sale free from the equity of redemption. May31,lS!3. " - F. O. DUNNUTQTON, ClerkJ seplOoawSw ' 1 Supreme Court LaM Sale. John W. McAllister vs. B. rosti et nls.V AND. 1 .Jno. D. Bnthcf, Ex'r al DArjdBeshlcr, . TH. Cl IS 13, PURSUANT TO A DECREE RENDERED in the above named consolidated causes by tno Mono r bio special commission, sitting at the Cijitol in the city of Nashville, In pursuanta or an act or tne legislature, or xennessee, to hear nnd determine causes on the S upremo Court docket, I will sellto the highest "bidlT, at the Courthouse door in the city of Nashville, on Saturday, the 4th dar of Oc tobcr, a tract or parcelpf land lying tn Davi ilsQn.c6un-!-ty, State" of Tennessee, containing 235 acres, more or less, and situated on thi north side bf Cumberland river, and Is boundeaon the' east by the lauds or cnarie? a.empie, on tue soutn by the Cumberland river, on the north . bv tho Neelv's Bend Toad, On tlie west by Roht. Chadwell add, W. H. Johnson, and being the-sania conveyed In trust to EvH. Childress by decdrcgistered in thet -Kegister s .omce or uaviason cojinty, dook. pages'531 arid 552, the same having been e se en tea Dy is. t x oster. ALSO, at thesams-tlme-and place, lots JJos". 337 and 333 of B jyd's adaltion to Nashville, and fronting- tp- cptriAr infrfpftt nn thAnnrtli sirlrt nf-Clinrch strivt anrlmnninc back with Williams avenna nOtthV' -wardlr-UO teet to arr alley 16 Met wide, and same conyeyed by A. W. .Johnson . to BF. Fds-j tei oy aeea regtsterea in. itegister-s mce,'a vidion county, book No. 32, page 3t Saldtract or- land and city lots will be-sold to satisfy various decrees rendered in this -cause, TERMS OF" SALE. 6,:l2,l8 and 2l months' credit." Tlie-Durchaser -will-te'xequlred toexc- cute.cotes.-.hearing'interest from data, with good, and approved security- Allen -will .be : retain 4 d to secure me payment oi me purcnase moneys Salefree.from'the equity of redemption." ' , Nashville, May 31, 18T3.- - - . F. C..DUNNES6T0N, Clerks 8epl0oaw3w . , Nos. 4J5anlT;l!y.i. SHERIFF'S SAIUE, "OT VIE.TUE OF A WRIT'OI' twcrFi. Fds. 13 trt TjriA flirn-tflil. Anrl rlftllvftrprt . frnm thft I Honorable Chancerv Co art of Davidson conntv. I-T. ... (N AWIIPAm. IOT ' T : ! 1 1 . f.to pablio sale, to-thehiithestMddisr'.'for cash, at L the-.Couithousa door, In tho city oC-Naahrllle, an saturaay, tne im aay oi uctooer, itu j, wunin lawiai nours, au tne rignr, tine ana interest that M. Kean has in and to the following real es tate. to-wiU. Xhe-sanusbelag a' part of South- Jeld'slot,.No35, fronting. Ton. the sonlh, aide (f juemonoreun street: oegmning lit me corner oommorrto Sotfttifield's lots, Nos. 35 and 36, and Tuniringcoithwardly along the linj of said strcit iO.fect to a. sto.ee;, . theiioo bsok at right angles with said street 155 feet; thence at right aggies CUfect.to-a stone, ccrnerof lot No. 36: thencio with the line with lot No. 36, 165 feet to tho be ginnlnghciiig the. sama lot conveyed to 31. tfpiin hv Tt. h fiftnlit anrl ntriprfl-hv rWri Ar record In book'SS', page '483, 'Begioter's' office of uavrason county, -imin., ana Deinz levieaon as the property of M. Kean to satisfy- two-th- fas. In my hands In tho cases of P.M. Ryan vs. t. M. Brennan and other. Dated this 13th Jayof-September, 1873. ED. D. WHIT WORTH, Sheriff. By F.-M.-'WOODALL, Deputy, sepll 3t 14,20,27 .!' .gUUERIFF-'S . BY VIRXUE OF-A TE5DITIONI BXPCh nas to me directed, and delivered from, ho H6n6rable Chancery 'Court 6f Ilarldson- county, Tenn;, ht it3'Aprll Term, 1873. r-wtfl expose Uo,. public salo to the1 highest oWileri- for-casll. at tho Coarthouso door, lathe city of Nashvilld, on Monday, the 6th day pf October, isra, withlh lawlVtlliouri; hll the right, title, claim andintercirt that Samuel EvHaro has in and to-the following described real estate, to-wit: One lotjof ground in the city of Nashville, No. -14, rxontlng forty (40) feet on South Maiket street and running back to an alley -betwsets- Market- -and College ttreets. , Also, one tract of land lying and being In Civil District No. 7 or Davidson county, and State oif Tennessee, contain!Hg"by estimation 125 acreij, said land' being bounded on the north by tho lan.-lsof J.TV. otill; on the east by the lands of said Ware and John "VV Woods, and on tho west bv tholanof ThpmBarnej.and John Pagd. Also, ono lot "of 'cedar land, three and. oner fourth acres, lying near the lastaWwaescrlbefl tract, ana no? in uivu iiisrrics fojoi uaviawn foT which relerenco Is hereby-made, and tcrr l.oviea on as. too .property ot uamuei .uare -to satisfy a judgment against htm and in favor of James ST. Clarki'etal., for $8,6gg.E0, Wsfdes in? terest andcost. ' 11 ; Dated this 13th dayof SeptcmbtT, 1873. - . . E, D. WHTTWORTH, Sherifi; . , " ' By H. If. WILKINSON, Deputy. - sepM', le&is Nos. 3,510 and313.J SHERIFFS SAIsE. ET- VfRTUET OF A WRrr4 OF FlERl FA I'cias'to mo' directed, and delivered from tha iKonorabla Chancerv. Court of Darldsonountvi rr- . . . . i.A . i , v , o r .,, . ' J.KUU., nv,u vu xcui, joi.i, i Yliu. KflVZC.lO puWlo sale to the .highest bidder, for cash, ai the courthouse'doorln theclty of Nashville, nn Friday, the 3d day of October. 1873. within law ful hours, all the rlghtv tllc, and Interest that Wm. Shane has" fa and to the following descrir Dea troperty,io-wiK: jLuemgiois kos. filneteen )) and Twenty (20) Jn the plan of University its as laid off bv lU-Oements. Said Lotn nm situatedjmthe.Lcbanoa turnpike, opposite tho Waterworks." and" at tho junction "or Asjlunt street with'sald'ptke. Forfurther pKrtleularsi spa hnnV'37- nn 7?J) RnotutaiY.fd 1flln.r Tlo.tili son county, Teur., and Seing. levied on as thd property ot'Wrn. Suahe to satisfy two execution m my nanus in mo causes or j. impar ce CO. and Claibornj Booth & Co.,vsWm. Slune", secnrltri . Hated this 12th day ot September. 1873. E D. WHITWORTH, Sheriffs ' BfS, M. WOODALL, Deputy. sepl3 caw3t ; RAILROADS ff" Great Southern 'If !! AND SOUTH & SOUTH AMIAMi COMMENCING MAY 25iit, ISZy.MHRAINS will leara Nashville, from. L. &M. B. Do pot, North College street, as follower r ? ' 7; 9 fyAr.M.t-- (isilr, exscraracTjietJJaeatar, mli stopping at all stations aud meAlnir direct - - .1 -. . x r w n T - . . connection withiU a, v. fv. iw ipr jeintrwes . U U V. . J.i. ;.i)f p. m. lalIrforNew Orleans, Mobil wv-araraoTiteomeTyTia Decatur, siee Cars-attached, ranv.tzroiurh fronr Nashville to Montgoxaery, without change. This train does "sot stop . at. Stations between NasinriTle aikU Co- lnota, exceptor ranktln. arriving at Decatur at ll:&Ji.,and.conneetingwltlr M.& C'R.R. JonilCiDPabJ- Golumb. Accommodation dlsccnanuec nntll further notice.- . . . zxifrLi?j The 7:00 a.m. J-raia arrives dally except Sua- IFhc GallaHn AtxomoaaUorarrij'cs a-5? x cept Sunday. , , 5;( 'XM,;eailj?,f;y9CWIl'ef has, Sleep 'd.UV mg'Carattached,''runriraJ througa from New Orleans ' ffa -iloblla" and livB.'gomerr to &00 A. is. and 1:0 v. it. tratus fLr l-ulsrUli H emmect-with: "tratna wrh'rn'oaghSTomg anp uay vara atteccec, ion at-iwutitaicav"-Baltlmore, Philadelphia, New York,, anil latei mediate points la tho' East. North" aad.Weiti All trains named above will arrive at and.- de part from It. &-N. Depot, on North CoHejre street , bat will stop at Jurtctien of Nn6 0rand"N. & D. Railroads and at N. A C,, EallTpad-Depctito taka on and let off paasengcra. v' S3" Passengerafrom Gallatin and points South , arriving at Nashville at 7:00 a u, have until 4:09 p a In -which to attend fb 'Business before return in?' . i -v- o Trains arrlTe at Nashville ai follows: From Now Prleans, JlobOaand aicntgomary. Tla De catur, 4:10 & ; from Decatur,. 12:40 p a; from Loulsrilla" and the East, North and and West, at7:00A-3t andfl:00 p jr. . " " Fot .through Tickets', "Baggag Clfecis, and .further intqrmatlon. apply at Geuerali Ticket Office;- under Maxwell House, and at L-'"i36 21. Depot, North Collegetret.' OC27 tf W.Tg. KING, G, P. iVTrA. NASHVILLE, CSATTM006A AND ' " St. LOUIS S TRAINS BUN TO AND FROM. OHUBOH Strnnt Tfrtvit B-rWITt?. ' 'lij zaAvs. . Chattancoa.Tr3ljs3,ABrvji 7:13 x.ii. Eicapt Sua day. 12:13 ro S;0Q ?A - Daily "138(Jl.x . 2Smrthl9 aacZSt. 2nnti XtsIbk'i 2:2-5 p.sr. Except Sunday. , . 15t3ttj.ji Shel byvl He- Aecemm oda tUwj9 leatzs bally , .ABETfSSJ 4:00 p w. -except Sunday " 9:45"A" V. Sy hcura to Mamphi hours to-StJi9Bl"' oaarisn route to new (Jrieans. Throtjga 8teey ing Cars from McKenxIo. Tirao'SOx hbun. 78 miles shorter, to Uemphis than vis Dseettur. K6ro than IOO miles, shorter to Sr. Louii thai vis, LoulSTllhn-and many hb-arruleier. S5 SLEEPING CABS ccomprijtth&l p. if. train to 'Chattanooga, and the l:45'A'.'v. train to ColumbuJr Eyi Throngh 'slecfpucar from Union City to StXovus on l". .riy, y-a'n A. H. Robinson; Ticket Agent, Maxwell House, T. ST, qannlnajtam Church. Stn Depot. - JL W-THOMAS, GennSnpt. W.I DANLET.-tJanriKandT.Asent. ON AND AFTER. MONDAY, rJUXEflCth 1873, Trains Tf UI run daJiy.Sundays except ed) cafollawe: '-As Iieaves Lebanon at, .. 1:00 A. X. " AiriifcsatNashTilleat; .9:10 xi. , LeaTea Nashville at. . .- .-4tSO-j j . iiireeat Lebanon at....' A:4Q FOf. . Prlea'a Stiga leave Lebanon at 7 o'tTocS'r.if . 0n Tc esdays, Thursdays and5aturdajs.rAsriTa tit Lebanon atfif o'clock aVk. on'Mondayj.'Tv'e cpsdayp and Frldayi isyt GEO. SIANZT, . , Jy23U - Pres'taTKl'Sap't UNDERTAKERS R, if. SIOOIES & CO., AGISTS FOB 3. SI. XlyXLJAM. 43, and 44 Kortli ChCrkrt., - JiAUHVIIiLJSi -" ""H DEALERS IN BURIAL CASES- ANDjOAS kets.'and Agents for Crane, Bre.ed"(S .Qo.'s andotherlmproved Coses and Caskets. 'Attend promptly to all funerals in city or urQnsding country with flno' Hearses Yorborn-Adnlts ana Children. Telegraphic orders filled jrlttf dis patch. Taylor's Patent Corpse Preserver, be sldesother preservers, that are" warhihted to preserve a corpse from 15 to 20. days yitIiout.de zf. At -thrf officer day andnlsht. taalitfl'ap MUNICIPAL ELECTION! " Election ndtiqlp. r ,'!rJ WHEREAS, IN ACCORD AH CE-iWITH law, thero will be held, In the tsnWards of tho city of Nashville, ' ' "" -" On SejBternjerthe27tfiV An Election for Mayor, Aldermen and Council men for said City, aud alo the vo e will be taken as to whether hogs shall be permitted to run at large through the streets, lanes and alleya.cf.the city, those in favor of hogs running at large in the city will voto "Hog," ar.d tiioso opposed to their running at large will vote "No Hog." . , Kerolved by UwiCiryi Council of NaahvlUe, That the citizens named In tho appendix to this resolution be, and they aro herby selected and appointed as Judee, Receivers, Clctks and Magistrates at tho sevtral pcllsy as tbdy are named in order, selectedjx.tb)9 CBy CoaMil: First Vortl.' - - - -jr Southeast corneror Spring- arid-Market rtfee's. Judges John A Hix, ItlcharcUPctry. James Patterson Receiver d.k K. Frlcke. Ceks VJ6hn TUbrrOW, W. Wade. Maglstratewames Everett - :- ttt . . i Sccosd- Wcrd . . - 'ac Work House. s rat Judges WH.Latham, Thos. -HaHojjWjyV. Phillips. Kerelver Captain . Call ey. John sn. Clerks L.O Hallen J. AV. Johnson. Magistrate -Jataes Steele. ' ' ' ' - Thlrd'Wnrrt. rrt I. A. Carpenter's eaico. opFosUa oli'Posfijnlc -corner. sttt J udges Ji H.HaniUrlct, JosBernard; Ssto'l MarshaU. Clerks-J. W.Otey. (as.'JJ.Schardt. Becelver B. H. FrtdUy." MajUtrate XD. Cassettr- """" " :msvt Four til WarO.'- " V5 OldThsatre - . . Vsjc Judges Thomas Dowdy, Dr Nut SlcoreySlai'l Marling. Receiver Wtn-Jiurie.jCIexVsM Stansett, Geo Franklin.' Magistrate A.CreJipi ton. .. .. . f Fifth Warn,- Hook and Ladder House . '. .Sit .Judges- J.B. Knowles, Ja- Hickman, War rcrr Jackson. Becslvcr A. .Canessv' .Cterka John Coleman', TSco. "Crvfonl-MagUtrata-J-B. B. Cheatham. -jfCt . Sixth Ward.; - '': frt - Jones' Stable, -JIurkatBi.reet. s- Judges T- A, Bugh, Wjui.DriverOjaa. Cabler. Becejver Jas. Haincy. ClerksJ. Fnmcr, F. J. SuTliVan. ' MaeistfaffiVir.F. Meacham; " ' - ,- xstlt Bexiiiiti "WarJC w; WoodDn's corner. - " "8a Judges Henry Hite, W. Or Hkndley, Jotley Parrisb. IJecqiverj ijenry Crat Clerxg Edo Thompson, Tf." P. 'Gaines. Miistrate-Issac Slgnlb'Wardj-' - -' Q Deluge Engine House.-Cherry street 4 . Judges FraukHarman, N- B. Ccrbitt, Henry Hanze.. Receiver O. F. Green. Clerks Thos. McMurry, Simon Cllne." 'Magbtrate-'Jaracs . . ..sinua.narti. - Englso House. . .... Judces F. Klootz. H H Wallman JL. lleaker. Becelver--J. If. Buddeke, Sr. Clerks Casper Kuhn, Frank Maskjy. Magistrate JH. Brantley. m . . : . i Corner licNalry' arii" Broad streets house formflrlyoccupIedbyJohnO'MalWy.''' " 'Ouuges Kobe isve, miner, u. jicses;rscc celver George Thompson. Clerks H Alder son, W. IL Baskette, Jr. Magistrate John'H. Baskette. ' , ReMlvedfartlicr.JCkatithe.Jud2CBr-Becelver8 and Clerks, who serve and sign the hlectlon Re turns, shalLeach recetveTor their services three dollars. The Judrres. Receivers. Clerks and Magistrates, as.ibopppplnviVaJU meetiat theplace" above designated on Saturday, Sept. 27th, at? D'clock to open sndhofri Tin election iuf major, Aiuermon acq uounciimen.'aa tna law directs. V, H. PITMAN,, aepl7td 7td CltyMarshaL.' ItTIi HrAtflNG Q UAL IFIEDAS AD.'.HNISTA . tor of N. Harsh, jleceased also Jtassdto close out' th'o busincs-iof the r!rm all thqse hay ing ohitms against KlldUrm will present fh'em within the-time required by-law-ortlray will' be forever debarred. Thaiopingmv tsi ttls. GEORUE 11 lUdlln Administrator and sorriTing partner 8epl62taw4w