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ASHYILLE .'UNION AND AMERICAN, THUESDAY, SEPTEMBEE 25, 1873.
TUUnSBAT, SEITKaitKrt 23, 1373, AN.exchugaays:','01ivo Lagan doeBa1 believe Uiat one married couple oat 01 twer ty hava iuiv. love for each other." Olive, who Haab3oiiuiarIed twice, is oniy giving i 71 , . a bitor Tier ISzparlf r.C?. To snow how Df.rel7 bo decline in railroad s orks is snecclativa or "panicky," the Chicago ZV&cs &&1C3 that it Is only nec essary to note that there is not a railroad in the West, at allltbe freight this moment, that can move igoJ that is offjrsd to it Chaiianoora Times cf the 24th inst. says: "The county seat of Grundy comity hasbecnrenjoved from Altamont . to Tracy City by over two-tbirds majoriiy of the largest vote ever polled la the coun ty. The plec'Jon was held last Saturday." A letter from a citizen of Altamont to u; dateaTho 22d'inst., reports the proposition defeated. Chicago has exhibited a great pencha: for big hotels, and one has jost been opened in Now Yoik which covers a su perficial area of 30,000 feet, and contains SOD.rooms. But is it not a question whether tho hotels of the future will be of tho monstrous proportions that are now affected? It is scarcely conceivable that these immense caravansaries can bo man agod sOjCconoiuically as those that can.be brought under tho one-min power; and tnynSCnnotT'it'ls' their gtrestsnrho pay-tho difliranco.- DISCUSSION OF STATE POLITICS. In the face cf an organized foe, there should be sought some means of securing harmonious action among its opponents; Our only theory of political co-operation Is to invite the. freest and fullest discussion of the situation, its penis and possibilities, in the council-tent before tho battle opens, Lst all shades of opinion, however diver gent and even discordant, bavo their ample hearing and impartial representation, no matter how large or small their numerical force. From sou'ees the most diverse we may thus glean suggestions equally .valuable. In a multitude of counsellors there is safe ty, are the words of one whose wisdom was inspired, froin Above. But after the coun-cil.'withVut-banners unfurled, our leaders chosen, and the gage of battle given, the time for debato has passed and that of ac tion arrived, bringing with it the duty of unwavering unity in purpose .and perfor in mce. In discussions among brethren, it Is well enough to remember that abuse of each othar is not argument. Every thing likely to convince any one, can be uttered as well without denouncing him as a partisan demagogue, pipe layer or timid reformer. Thi3 bandying of epithets not only impairs the mutual confidence so necessary to co- opiratlon, but it also ecgenders passion and clouds the judgment, inducing rash conclu sion's: Charity begins at home, and the first d jty of every christian is to Icok after his on household. "Whatever may ba the CDurs of national politics, or the progress of other States, our first duty is to Tennessee Eadeavoring to embody and carry out the will of the majority, our Democracy is not a make-shift, to play between Liberals and Italicals, selling out to the most "promising" parly, with' a likelihood of being duly cheated. Nor will wo insult Tenner- seems by believir-g that any considerable portion cf them ii dalge in such intentions, Wo cannot hold out any prospects of a fusion witbHadicals. The fsct that our di vision might result in the retnra of their rule his been proved to the full dissatisfaction of all op-.osed to that party of plunder and corruption. We take it that the majority of pur tax payers need no further experi- enca to prove that Radicalism is a far nioro co3tIy.affiir than our present State Govern TT menu t e are sorry to see some so very "independent" that they place John C. Brown's administration on a level with Wm. G. Brownlow's. Such non-partisan, ship wo do not regard as candid, or impar tial, or liberal, or even independent, in the true sense of the word. A worse adminis tration than Brownlow's is perhaps impos siolc, although we would not like to try the experiment with Ulysses Grant in the White House, instead of Andrew Johnson. COTTON aiAXUFACrUUIXO IS THE SOUTH. It is one of the leading objects of this journal to keep before the eyes of the capi talists and manufacturing men the subject of manufacturing in the South. Manufac-' turitjg does not require millions to begin with it never has required so much any. where. Thero aro thousand cf individuals iu the South, whose property is invested in banking or bonds or merchandise, who could if they would, set a cotton factory to buzzing, or a furnace to blazing that would enrich them tea limes faster than their pros3ut occupation. The time has arrived in the Southern State3 when many of the manufacturig industries can thrive more tliau in any other country on the globe. Supposing the consumers and producers of an article live in the same State, whether is it better to ship the raw material to a dis tant State and there have it fitted for con sump ion and then be shipped back to the consumers, or have ii fitted for con sumption right where the producer and consumer reside? If transportation didn't cost a ceii1, if the raLroads were free and cost!e3S charities it would be unwise, so far as home consumption is au item, to al lW thi? material to mako this circuit; for tho cost of every additional stroko of indus try that is applied to it while out of the State, together with a premium besides, must come out of the consumer at last; so that it would be bad State policy and bad patriotism, even under the extraordinary supposition of costless transportation, for Tennessee or Georgia to hire Massachusetts to make her a shirt. But supposing the consumers of an article to live In Europ9, and tha.producers of the raw material to live herein the Sauth, whether is it better to send the matf rial to Europe, there to le prepared for cjneuinption, or to prepare it here and forward it K&dy for use? Hy all the difference of cost of carrying the crude material and tho niauufa:tured articlef it is more economical to manufacture here, to say nothing of tho desirableness of bul'ding up our own coun try by securing the establishment of all those industries for which H is naturally fitted. Let the consumption be domestic or foreign, it is tfur interest, it is our duty to ours2lvfl, to put the mills and shop3aad fac ories at the very sources of production. Tho manufacture of cotton is tho main thing wo have in view just now, and it is our purpose to show that it is more profit able to manufacture the raw material in the SjuUj tlnnto send it to New England to ha spun and wove into the material wo desire. Facts are worth all tho theories that can bo set forth. Reports aro coming to us almost daily of the marvelous prosperity of Ibe coltou factories in the South. As an il lustration of what has been done, we quote from the Columbus, (Ga.) fun some stitis- tlcs that may be of Interest, "The Columbus manufaccriesdurlnpthe soason ci iocj-h kkki,3 na'esof cotton. an excess oi oo over me Drevions vear. 2,301 more than tho season bafora that A.t 174 cents, a low pric, this cotton cost $87.50 par Dale, or total cf $640,050 This cotton without our mlllj, would have broueM this and nothkg more. Tbs shipper could have made but small commission. The, stapple was passed through our manufactories, and its value prhatc?d three-fold advanced from $649,050 to $1,940,850. This gives .Columbus S1,29P,000 above tho pricc-whlch sua paiu me planter, ana she has all tho ad vantages or tue.Jatter'a.trade. This tells truth of which Columtus can be proud, and gives a clue to the path which leads to mo cnanciat independence of the South.1 We copy some additional facta from' the; Augusta Chronicle and Sentinel as follows; "A comparatively recently estoblisheditf stitution is the Langley Manufacturing vusiipany, lucaieu as langiey, a. v., about six miles from Augusta But although It has beon In operation only a few years, like all other Southern manufactories, it Is in an exceedingly prosperous condition, as an examination of its workincs since Jan. 1, 1872, will demonstrate. Like Granite villo, the stock of Langley is largely owned in this city. The Resident of the comnan v is Mr. W. C. Sibley, a p'ominent citizen. of Augusta, un tco eta or January, 1872, me company, nail 210 looms in operation inakioE only fortv vards rr loom each dav From July 1 to Dec 31, 1872, the mill had. m operation, on an average, 300 looms, pro- uucing aauy an average of 52 ol-lOO yards per loom. The product for 1872 was as follows: Pieces, Pounds. Yards, 4-1 Standards 27,15G 4-1 A..;' 39,178 7-8 A.-...- 17 K6 382,101 1,089,765 C38.821 1,570,806 JJl,M3 71,T31 124.830 533.414 ,3-4'A..;:. .13.275 122,1 as. nsT.,ini II -Drills .. 7,730 114,231 1,189,414 4,580,478 "The total consumption of cotton during me year was 1,741,244 pounds, costing -Ana company commenced the year without any commercial capital, and for the want of It had its paper m New York at 1 1 -n l one ume m tne rail for S175.000. On the lota ot August over 1,000 ba!es.of good; had been accumulated. They weresold without profit in money, but procured the company good customers. Since the 10th day of October there was no day but that mere were more ordqra on hand than goods, The bills payable were reduced from $175,- Utfl to 565,000 within six months, and all ma couou required nen-Jes was purchased irom tne sale of goods, The total profit from manufacturing in 1873- was $65,016. 0J, and the net profits $52,233.30, wbicb.af ter deducting ten thousaud dollars paid for interest during tho year, leaves the real net earnings over 13 per cent, on the capital b-.cck. Asiaiement of the condition of tbe company on mo ,5ih day of July last shows that it owns Teal estate, Including i-iu, now uuuuings and machinery added me present year, ot ma value of S413.324.82, Dividend Mo. 1 was declared July 1, 1873, the amount paid to stockholders on that ac count being $10,000. The total net profits afer dednctlne S2.500 for renafra. and S2.- 590.16 paid ou interest account for want cf a working capital, were S61.502.74, or 15 Ier ceni on tne capital stocsr for six months iuai, mis is a sMenaia snowing tor so young a company will bo admitted bv ev erybody. The surplus profits on hand July 5, 1873, were $103,736.04. The total num ber of bales of cotton consumed during tho rievsn monius, irom Jsept. 1, 1B72, to Aug. j., io to, was ju. ine number of opera tives at present employed is about three hundred. The stock, which is of the par vaiue oi ?iui, is now worm liu. Our position is that materials ought to be manufactured at or near the sources of pro duction; that it is a great saving to do this and that it is an enormity not to do it when thero is no natural hindrance. Our great Southern product is cotton. It ours. We receive the ito simple to it from Mature. Nature flings in our way no hin drance to prevent us from applying industry to it and shaping it into the highest and most costly forms by which it Is suited to the wants of the great human family; but on the contrary, she has given us unlimited advantages over every other section of the globe. It is ours, let us make tuo best of it. Let every dollarof the wealth that Is In it be developed and added to our own in dependence. Cotton can be worked in the South to the most complicated and refined products and supplied ot lower prices, than when worked in any other country, while the profits of both production ani manufacture will be kept among us to en rich tbe South. A KE3IEHBKA.NCER. The "g od liquor" behind the label mar or may not do geuume, in me literal JJemo cractlc acceptation. Its componeut parts may do round in tne Ualtirnore plat form, erected for the late lament ed editor of the New ifork Tribune, and in no essential ingredient, if ice remoer correctly, was it at au dissimi lar to the "good 1 quor" in the Republican platform. Nashville Banner, SepL'24, 1873. A Presidential ticket is presented to the American peoplewhich to eay nothing Of the ADMIRABLE PLATFORM Which W3S and is its superstructure, ought to possess irresiuble strength and satify the liberal sen timent ot the whole country. JXashville JSanner, May 4, 187L'. The ticket which we hoist for the Presi- denMal contest our faith is pinned to it as representing tho progressive principles and live ideas for which tno Manner has conten ded. Agtreing very generally with all of the distinguishing points of poli cy advoca'ed by the Democratic party, they will sacrifice less in supporting bim (Uratz Brown.) Nashville Banner, May 5, 1872. The National Democratic Convention at Baltimore yesterday adopted the platform of ihe Cincinnati Liicral Republican Con vention. II is a matter of con gratulation that the policy of a uuion of all the opponents of Granltsman abnega tion of all party and sectional feelings has been adopted. The battle is now half won. Nashville Banner, July 11, 1872. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Builders' Notice. AT 11 O'CLOCK SATURDAY, the 27th inst., I will sell on tbe pr raises, at Auction, Ttio largo Ice House near tbe Sbelby TERMS. Note, with seenritv. navable In bank at three months' time. Sept. 21, 1873. JAS. GLOVER, tei25 3t Agent for W. P. Hahn. Olllce or Louisville and Nashville Kailroad Company, LornsviLLE, Sept. 23, 1873. HOLDERS OF STOCK IN THE LOUIS Tille and Nashville Railroad Company, wish ing to attend tuo annual meeting, win ue passed fice over the Louisville and Nashville Kailroad to Louisville on 29th and 30th of September and 1st or October, and will be returned free on tho lst, 2d and d of October, upon presenting to tho Conductors the certificates of stock registered in their own names on tho books of the Com pany. ALBERT FINK, Vico President and Gen'l Superintendent. sep25 4t MsimiiE toot mxmi First Day Sept. 25. Turse No. 1, S150, for horses that have never beaten three minutes; S100 to first horse. Sa5 to M-cond horse, and S15 to third horse. It SI. An derson enters b. g. "Scott's Chief" J. Zell en. tersb. s. "dinb.irg;"R. P. Madison enters bL (.. 'Octoroon;' A. K. Brown enters b. m. "Jen nio U.;" Kwlng & Williams enter br. s. ''Wo bnrn;" Sam Uryant enters br. g. "Frank Craw ford." Same Day. Purse No. 2, 8550, for horses that have never beaten 2:35; S?200 to lirst hor.-c, S100 to second horse, aud $30 to third horse. G. II. Buford en ters b. m. Wait-a-Bit;" John Browno enters b. m. "Josephine." Races commence at 2:30 promptly. Admission lS, to any part or the track. Pools wUI be sold at tne aiaxcii uouea mgntana morning. It JAS. M. ELLI3TON, Sec'y. Insolvent Notice. HAVING SUGGESTED TO THE CLERK of the County Court of Davidson countv, the insolvency of the estate. of Mrs. Priscilla Brotheter, dee'd. all perfons are hereby notified to appear and Hie their claims with tho Clerk of said Court on or before the tirst day of January, 1H74, authenticated in the manner prescribed by law. A. F. ymiTM AN, sep25 oaw2t Public Adm'r. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. REMEMBER! REMEMBER! THAT OUIi SALE OP LOTS In Worth Sasiivllle, KEAR THE! COTTON FACTORY, TAKES. PLACE THIS DAY, AT 11 O CIiOCK, And'do sot fall to be on hand. Ifee Terms arc libcrnl. Jfo cosh re quired from persons building immediately. A eood ollutloa will bo spread. Co mo every uoay. conveyance oy Btreei. uara iree. nepu zo, i5 j. It BROWNS & OHEATHAM, Agents. ELECTION NOTICE. IWILL OPEN AND HOLD AN ELECTION in the Thirteenth and Sarsnteenth Districts ot Davidson county, On Saturtor, 411. day ofOctober for the purpose of electing a Magistrate in each for the purpose of electing a Magistrate In each of those Districts to fill tho vacancies occasioned by the resignation of D. Lapstey and B. E. waiiaco. The following persons are appointed Judges, receivers ana uierKs or eaia election: For the ThlrtecHtU District. Jadire& Joseph Greichton. J. Bentlev. R. T. Hoskins. Clerks Monroe Robertson and Henry Johnson. Keccivcr m. l. JUiggtns. For tbo Seventeenth District. Judges Dr.' E. B, Smith, Jo. Horn, John urannon. isiergs r.. u. uoiun, uonn u. Her man. Receiver John Price. Election to be held at tho usual district voting places. is. u. wjuxwumxh, tsnerin. it JAS. PHILLIPS. W. O. HURT. PHILLIPS & HURT, So. si South College St, -- "Nashville,, tenn., Manufacturers and Dealers In Premium White lime, Known by Brand as "Star Lime" Will fill orders in bulk or barrels at the lowest market price. N. B. Formerly branded and sold as Star Lime bv StockeU. We are tho oldest Limo Manufacturers in tho State, and are now manufacturing a quality of Xilme which, we know to bo equal to any made onywnere, . sep-a eoaim BOOIA.Ii TRA-Xili OP THE ST. JOSEPH'S T. A. SOCIETY, AT-THE SKATING RINK, Thursday Evening, Sept. 25, 1S73. The Committee of Arrangements will leave nothing undone to mako this a pleasant aud agreeable ban. .). j. U'ltuurinis, secy. eep21 3t snn,wed,thnrs Real Estate, Accounts, Notes, etc. In the District Court of the United States for the Middle District of Tennessee In the mat ter of Thos. Partes & Co., Bankrupts. A T NASHVILLE, AT THE ROOM OF THE XJL said .District uourt, On Mondny, 13th October, 1873, at 12 o'clock sr.. I will proceed to sell at nubile auction, to the highest bidder,, tho following .property of Thomas Parkes & Co., tho Bank rupts uiuicraiu, viu.i An undivided one-third interest in the follow ing described real estate: A two-story frame houso containing 5 rooms, -with 7 acres of land, more or less, near Franklin, Tenn., bounded as follows: On the south by Embargo street, on tho north by Harpeth river, on sheea'-t by the Nash ville and Decatur Railroad,- on the west by the lands of Alexander and Dempsey, .known as the "YlneLana 'iace." A lot of erourid in the town of Lawrenceburc, Tenn., fronting on the eastern side of the Public Square ot" said town, and known as. lot .No. 6 in in ue pian oi faiu town. A lot of cround. 3 acres, more or less, in the town of Lawrencebnrg, Tenn., being' lot No. 79. registered in the Register's office of Lawrence county, xenn., dook jc , page A lot of ground in Lawrence county, Tenn.. on Beal'd fork of Shoil Creek, adjoining the Lawresceburg tract and the Mill trace, bounded on tne soutu iy ine Jiin tract, anu on uio cast, north and west by the Lawrenceburg tract, in cluding the tan-yard and all iti anurtenances. said piece of land being 11 ioles east and west by 19 poles north and south, registered inbook F., page 420. A certain piece or parcel of ground in Law rence county, Jcnu., containing iw acres, more or less, on Shoal Creek, known as the "Matthews Tract," registered in the Register's office of said county in book K, nazes 4G9 and 470. A one-sixth undivided interest in tho real es tate of Wm. Parkes, dee'd, ofXawrenca county, Tenn. Thos. Parkes' interest in contested bids for land sold by Chancery Court at Nashville, Tenn., in case of E. H. Childress vs. W. K. Lucas. Terms ok Sale op Reil Estate One-third cash, and residue in 0 and 12 months. Notes, satisfactorily endorsed, with interest from date and lien retained until purchase money is paid. .accounts, notes, etc.. to oe paiu in casn. THOS. CALLENDEB, Assignee of Thos. Parkes & Co. se20 4t 21, 23, 24,15, and oct 12 Large Tliree Bays' Dry Goods Sale. -VTEATMAN, SHIELDS & CO WILL SELL 24th and 2oth September, commencing each day at 10 o'clock a. m., extensive lines of seasonable Staple and Fancy Goods in great variety, Hats, Boots, Shoes, Trimmings and Variotie.' general ly, to wnicn we invite tuo attention ot an wno niase prices nc ouject in tneir purcnases. eepzi u CELLANEOJJ New Steam Boiler for Sale OKeap. WE HAVE ONE 22-FEET BOILER, 48 inches diameter, with five 11-inch flues and dome, made from our beet Tennessee Boiler Iron, which we will sell at much less than it COSt. J11LL31AJN, JittU, K SUKS. sep!6 eodlm MAD. DESHA YES, FROM PARIS, RESPECTFULLY IN forms her friends and patrons that she has established in Columbia. Tenn. Sho is now- ready to attend all orders sent to her n tho lino or renovating a:i Kinas ot biacK anu wmte laces; also alter laces in different styles. Lace Curtains uone.up equal to new. sepia aw Notice. OFFICE OF SECRETARY AND TRE AS- URER NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA 1 AND ST. LOUIS RAILWAY, f Nashville, Tenn., Aug. 20, 1873.J miTE STOCK BOOKS OF THE NASH- .1 ville and Chattanooca Railroad Company will bo closed on the lst day of September, 1673, and opened on the 1st day of October next, in order . to givo time to mako up the stock accounts anu to arrange lor tne issuance ot new certltl cates in the name of the "Nashville. Chattanoo ga and St. Louis Railway Company." CertiQ cates of stock in the Nashville, Chattanooga and at. louis itauway company wm De issued on and xiicr tne ist uay ot uctooer next. w. a. ulkaviss, sec and xreas. ang21 to oct 1 STAB CAmWUE. JPROCTER & GAMBLE'S "ligMof Bay." Brand STAR CANDLES' Are of superior quality and tho Standard Brand. Sold by Nashville Grocers. au23 ditf w sat&wed&w3m Administrator's Notice. TTAVTNG QUALIFIED AS ADMINISTRA- IZLtor of Felix Grundv Earthm n. dee'd. T nereoy liouiy an pcieons inueotca to saia i-artli-man to come forward and settle tlieir Indebted ness; and all persons having claims against him are requested to present the same to me, within the time prescribed by law, or the same will be lorcver oarrea. sop3 eodlm W. L. EARTHM AN, Adm'r. Execntor's Notice. HAVING QUALIFIED AS EXECUTOR OF the estato of Hiss Martha O. Parker, dee'd, all persons owing said estate are hereby notified to come forward and settle; and those having claims against the tamo are hereby notified to present them, duly certified according to law, or they will bo barred. OAS. 11. UuDD. Exccutcr.n W I auj". (uuilil Lime! Lime!! n r WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO FILL orders for Lime in any quantity. It will pay you to call and seo us betore purchasing elsewhere. C. H. STOCKELL & CO- sep23 lw 2 and 4 College street. Executor's Notice. TJAVING QUALIFIED AS EXECUTOR all persons indebted to same will come forward ana sctuc: anu notice is nereuv civen that nil persons noiamg ciaim against saia estato must rile same, according to law, or be debarred. xi. u. iiuun.jj.xi., lixcctor, Nos. 23 and 25 Lafayette st Nashville, Tenn., Sept. 22, 1873. sep23 4t Administrator's Notice. ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE Es tate of Mrs. Priclila Brotherton. deceased. arc requested to come forward and settle imme- Uiateiv. xnoso iiavmg ciaim against tne estate wiuplcaso present uiem without delay. jv. r . wxuiiiiw, Auministrator, seplO 03w3t 45 Union street. REAL ESTATE SALES, Jforth , N&ShviUe PUBLIC SALE OF L O TS ! -i .;. .it- ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25 VE WILL HAVE OUR Q m M f M & o FOR THE KOBTO MWM ML ESTATE CO AND FOR THE McGAVOCK ESTATE Which will be continued from time to timo du. ring tho Fall. Tbe XiOts to be offered ate both In and out of the City limits, on ana near tho two lines of Street Katlrond Hoar tbo Cotton Factory, and on McGavocK Avcnne, Xllgb, (jtiHsraer nud other improved Streets. Since our last sale of Lots in this locality, the North Nashville Ileal Estate Co. has made liberal expenditures in making streets and boring wells, and the Cotton Factory of the Ten nessee Manufacturing Company has become an established success, causing a demand for a large number of houses for tbe use of its operatives, The sale will be, as heretofore, positive. All Lots put up will be sold without reserve. Tho Terms will be: 20 per cent; tho 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, hut will be allowed 1, 2 and 3 years' credit upon their entire purchase. Sale to commence onMcQavock Avenue at 11 o'clock. Conveyance by Street Cars Free, and Free Collation. We Invite everybody to attend this sale, and call the particular attention of all persons want ing Lots to build on to tho Inducements oifered to them. BROWNS & CHEATHAM, Ag'ts. Sept. 13, 1873. sepll td PUBLIC SALE OF FINE STOCK PUBLIO. OF s f WILL OFFER AT PUBLIC OUTCRY, AT X ABsnvme itace course, On SATURDAY, SEPT. Z1tli A FINE LOT OF (The Produce of Tandal.) Sale to begin at 10 a. m. For sale. Catalogues, apply to W. G. HARDING, aug23iu sasuviue, lean. SLATE ROOFERS. P. J. JONES & CO., PRACTICAL SLATE ROOFERS Wholesale and Retail Dealers In all kinds of American Slate. Ail orders promptly attended to. Office audTnrd cor. Tine & Church sis Particular attention paid to Overhauling Old jyz tm itooi?. COMMISSION MERCHANT. NOTICE. 3. 33- 33"CJES.KT33'3?,a7, (Successor to Burnett, Mclnnis Sc Co.,) COMMISSION MERCHANT, No. Ill Broad Street, - New Yorlt Refers to Messrs. Lesueur Powell. Nashville. lean.; aiessrs. carter KLesterjLeDanon, xenn.; uom. lucnaogo uanK, n. i. Liuerai advances made on shipments to me. aug63m JRACING FALL MBBTINGr OF THE LSHVILLE BLOOD HORSE WILL Commence Monday, Sept. 29, 18 73 OVER THE NASOYftMTJEi RACE COURSE, AND CONTINUESIX DAYS, Alternating with the Fair of the Agrl cultural and aidshanlcal Association. All Railroads running ;nto NashvIIlo chargo half tare, irom ail points in tne state, during the continuance of the Fair and Races. PROGRAM HIE, First Day 2Xoudny, Sept. 89, 1873. FIRST RACE Youne America Stake No. 1. for two-year olds; dash'of a mile; S25 entrance, v. v.. the Association to add S3C0. to be run on the tlret day of the meeting; S50 to tho second horse. Closed witu -8 nominations. SECOND RACE. Linck's Hotel Stake, for. green three-year olds, mile heats, who have not appeared in public prior to the lst of August, 1873; S25 subscription, fi. p., the Association to aim juu; sou to uie seconu uureu; 10 oe run on the first day of tho meeting. Closed with 16 nominations. THIRD RACE Association Puree S ISO; dash ot a mue ana a quarter. Second Day Wednesday, Oct. 1, 1873. FIRST RACE Association Purse, $500; two- mile heats. SECOND RACE. Asociatlon X'urso, 8300; mile heats. Third Day Friday, Oct. 3, 1873. FIRST RACE Belle Meado Stake. Sween- stake for three-year olds, (foals of 1870); two mllo heats; S100 subscription, S50 forfeiture, As sociation to add Si 00. to be run on the third dav o the meeting. Closed with 23 nominations. SECOND KAUJS Association rurse, 5250; dash of two miles. Fonrth Bay Monday, Oct. G, 1873. I"IRST RACE Association Purse, S100; mile beats, 3 in 5. SECOND RACE Association purse, S1Z5; dash of a mile. THIRD RACE Association Puree, S150, dash of a mile and a quarter . Fifth Day Wednesday, Oct. 8, 1873. FIRST RACE Younc America Stake No. 2. for two-year olds; dash of a mile; S25 entrance, p. p., the Assoc ation to add $3O0; the winner of Young America Stako No. l to carry 10 lbs. ex tra: to bo run on th i fifth day of the meetinc; S50 to the second horse; closed wth 35 nominations. SECONU jxaue souinern ana western Turf Congress Stake; four mile heats; S250 sub scription, p.p.: tho Nashville Blood horse Asso ciation to add Sl.tOO. in which it is eroccted that the Lexington, St. Louis, New Orleans, Mobile and Nashville Associations will bo represented. THIRD RACE association Purse, $200; dash of a mile and a half. Sixth Day-Friday, Oct, 10, 1873. FIRST RACE Maxwell House Stake, for three year old?: mile heats; 25 subscription, p, p.; the Marwell House to add S400; $100 to sec ond horie; to be run on the last day of the meet ing; closed with 25 nominations. SECOND RACE-Assoclation Purse, S300; mil' heats. of a mUe aud a quarter: S125 to the first, S50 to .ut bccuiiu, anu to tne third. Where thpro la tion will reUin second money. Half tllf tnnnOV ltTrtro1 In nnraao mill 1a nlr-An for a walk. Entrances for AFSOcUtion Purses, 5 per cent toy- W. H. JOHNSON. Ueo. w. Dabdew, Sec'y. Presidfnt. o. oi. muBPHT, Treasurer. sepi7 td BANKING. - i'V OB ' JfASHVlIXE, TEMH., 55 .North Collegers tree t THE DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OE TJK UAJJJSD STATJSS JfUK MIDDLE TENNESSEE. CAPITA! , 8250.060. SUSPJCtJH 80,000. M. BURNS. 0. R. PARSON3, E. R. CAMPBELL. A. Q. KWINQ, -r nVKTHDC nrr n rr-m rtVP A il JVJ-iAJLvyijij, Will OIUIaII ViO Eeceivea Deposits, Deals in Foreign andDo mcfiuu liAuflutci uuiUf Oliver anu uuvciuuicui Securities. Collections made and remitted for on oay vi iiucub at current rate oi exenangc. M. BURNS, W. O. BTJTTERFIELD. President. Cajhier. THEO. OOOLEY, Jsnll sptf Assistant Cashier. DRY GOODS. JOSEPH VATJLX, Jr., WITH . Bates I IHPOBTRS AXI . JOBBERS DI GOODS, SUES, IMS, CLOTHS, Ribbons, KotionH, ETC., ETC., 451 and 453 BROADWAY, TTITE OFFER OUR SOUTHERN FRIENDS YV a most desirable Stock, and will meet them with. liberal treatment and careful attention. Orders nromDtlv and satisfactorily attended to. Mall ysur letters to our care, and mako us head quarters, augai lm EDUCATIONAL. ACiDESY OF ST. CECILIA, KASXIVIL.I.E, XEXS. rilHE FALL AND TWENTY-SIXTH SES- JL Bion will begin on nioadoy, first of September, For partieulars apply for catalogues. jy27 2m University of Nashville. Department of Medicine and Surgery. 1 Q V 3 - ' V -t . THE TWENTY-FOURTH COURSE OF LEO tures in this Institution will commence on Hoiidoy, tbo SOtli day of September ATI ft Mnu ATI trinloat ThirreHav V.Vm... 10T4 wu u.u.iw. auw. . V. 1. j u . cu uiuj , jolt. The Anatomical Rooms will bo opened for Stu- ucuis uu me isu ay oi oeptamoer. special at tention is paid to this department, so that the facilities for thu study of Practical Anatomy are not surpassed nny where. For Clinical Instruction, both Medical and KnriHp.nl- nntilp ti rm-1 cl nri 4a mnda th.ni.nli St. Vlocent Hospital, near the Collece, Nashville T.. . .1 C'il Tt T. I I 1 TEES: 850; Dissecting Ticket, S10: Qraduatlon fee, SJO. JJVUUUIL 111 .WU UUIUC3, ft LU aU il CUti. For further information apply to T. B. BnCHANAV. M. T.. sepl lm Dean of the Faculty. MUNICIPAL ELECTION. WHEREAS, IN ACCORDANCE WITH law, thero will bo held, in tho ten Wards ot tuo city ot nasimiie, On Septem'ber the 27th, An Election for Mavor. Aldermen and Council- men for said City, and abx the to e will bo taken as to whether hogs shall be permitted to run at large through the streets, lanes and alleys of tbe city, those in favor of hogs mncing at large in the city will vote "Hog," and these oppoced to tneir running at large will vote "No Hog." Resolved by the Citv Council of Nashville. That the citizens named in the appendix to this resolution be, and they are hereby selected and appointed as Jndues. Receivers. Cleiks and Magistrates at the several polls, as they are nameu ui oraer, selected by the city uouncii: first Ward. Southeast corner of Spring and Market streets. Judges John A. Dix, Richard Perry, James Patterson. Receiver A. H. Fricke. Clerks John Morrow, W. Wade. Magistrate James i.verett. Second Ward. Work House. Judces W. H. Latham, Thos. Haile. W. W. Phlllius. Receiver Captain Railcv Johnson. Clerks L. 0 Haile. J. W. Johnson. Maeistrr.to james atceie. Third Ward. I. A. Carpenter' office, opposite old Postofflc corner. Judecs J. H. Hambrick, Jos. Bernard, Sam'l Marshall. Clerks J. W. Otcy, Chas. B. Schardt. receiver it. n. urauey. Aiasistrate x. u. uassetry. Fonrtb Ward. Old Theatre Judees Thomas Dowdy, Dr Nat Mooro, Sam'l Marling, neceiver wm. unr&e. Clerks Stansett, Geo Franklin. Magistrate A.Crelgh-: ton. Fifth Ward. Hook and Ladder House. Judges- J, B. Knowles, Jas. Hickman, War ren Jackson. Receiver A. Caness. Clerks- John Coleman, Thos. Crjwford Magistrate 3. u. uneatuam. Sixth Ward. Jones' Stable. Market street. Judees V. A. Baugh, Wm. Driver, C. G. Cabler. Receiver Jas. Hainey. Clerks J. Fisher. F. J. Sullivan. Slaelstrate -W. F. Jieacnam. Seventh Ward. Woodfin's corner. Judges Henrv Hlte. W. C. Handlov. Jollev Parrish. Itecelver Honry Craft. Clerss Edo Thompson, X. P. Gaines. Magistrate Isiac Eighth Ward. Deluzo Encrine House. Cherrv street. Judges Frank Harman, N. 13. Corbitt, Henry Hauzo. Receiver O. F. Green, clerks Thos. McMurrv. Simon Cline. Magistrate James iryair. A la tii ivara. Enirlne House. Judnes F. JClootz. H H Wallman. L. Meaker. Receiver J. H. Buddeke, Sr. Clerks Casper lvunn. .Frank MasKev. Mawstrate d. 11. urantiey. xentn uoiu. Corner McNalrv and ISroad streets house formerly occupied by John O'Malley. Judges Robt. Eve, E Turner, L. Moses. Re ceiver George Thompson. Clerks H. Alder- son, w. n. uasKette, dr. juagistrate uonn u. iiasKette.. Resolved further. That the Judees. Receivers anu uierKs, wno serve anu sign tne isiection re turns, shall each receive for their services three dollars. Tho Judges, .Receivers, Cleiks and Magistrates, as above appointed, will meet at the places above designated on Sat-rday, Sept 27 th, at 9 o'clock, to open and hold an election for Mayor, Aldermen ard Councilmen, as the law directs. jj. u. i-ii jias, sepl7 td City Marshal. BUILDING MATERIALS. J. BROWN & CO., DEALERS IN BulldlB? Supplies, White Lime, Ce- aieui. Ji im uncu, xr tjinj, n ai.t ter 1'arls, Plasterinjr Hair, Whito Sand, .Etc., Wo. 40 North Summer Street. augl7 tf MISCELLANEOUS. For Sale. w TT A A TT A XmcjnATT? T.V TAT PRflVKM JL place Residence and Business House aud BOI inc oest Btanua lor urj ewiu uuu jjiutc- rAcf nf Tflnnaccfln rivor whtOl T will flpll fin IIW HUD v .a. - - A A.ma T)tiiislttirra oil In ryftnrl fnnillHnn. firm situated on tho P. & M. R. R. at Plerco's Sta tion in Weakley county. Apply in person or by lfiLier W , , i. . . . i rr- Sept. J, lew. jrierce a oiauuu, nuu. sep20 lm Tennessee Manufacturing Co. THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE TEN ne?seo Manufacturing Company are hereby notified that tho annual meeting for election of Directors for tne ensuing year, win oe neiu m thn nffle.fi nf the Comu;ercii) Insurance Company, city of Nashville, on Monday, the Cth of October J. PLUNKET, Sec. and areas. Nashville, Sept. 10, 1S73. sep2Q td w Iron. E HAVE IS STORE A LARGE AND complete stock ot licniucicy anu imjumot which we are offering to cash and prompt buyers at liKDUCED PBICIS. D.HILLMAN & SONS. Eep51m For Sale. KAft ACRES ai-uciMuii' aUO Land in Lincoln county, Tenn., situated 0 . n.mrTl T-T TT T? TWO miles irom rajtwupji" w " " . . , . , , jTlibama Railroad; well watered and timbered. and adapted to cottcn, corn, small gra-n anu grass, roriniormaiiou u5mHT Cp9tf FayettevUle,Tenn. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Mayor. f E are authorized to announce K. J. MOR " Vf KIS as a Candida e for Mayor of tho.city, of Nashville at the ensuing Municipal Election. jyl8 td For Alderman First: Ward. IN answer to a call made some time since by the voters of the First Ward, JAS. A. STEELE announces himself a candidate for the position of Alderman Irom tliat ward, John McLaughlin Withdrawing from the candidacy In his favor. sep21 Ct WE are authorized to announce HUGH DOUGLASS as & candidate for re-election as Alderman fi om the First Ward. sepll td For' Al'lorraaB Second Ward. IN compliance, with the wishes of very many citizens of the Second Ward, I announce my self as a candidate for Alderman from the Sec ond Ward at tho ensulng'Muntcipal Election. Kp3to THOS. C. MILSOM. For Alderman Third Ward. IF elected Alderman of tho 3d Ward I will servo the city to the best of my ability. aug26 HUGH McCREA. For Alderman Fonrth Ward. WE are authorized to announce JAMES F. PENTfcCOST as a candidate for re-election as Alderman from the Fourth Ward at the ensuing election. aug31 td For Alderman Fifth Ward. WE are authorized to announco J. M. HAW KINS as a candidate for Alderman' Irom the Fifth Ward at the ensuing election. seplO td rTUIE present incumbent having declined to be L a candidate for re-election as Alderman from the Fifth Ward, I hereby announce myself as a candidate, and promise to carefully attend to all duties incident to the office. auglT to R. B. CHEATHAM. For Alderman Sixth Ward. I respectfully announce myself a candidate for Alderman) from the Sixth Ward, and if elect ed will serve my constituency with the best of my humble ability. C. G. BLACK. aug.'i m TTTE are authorized to announce S D. BASS T V as a candidate tor Alderman from the 6th ward at tho ensuing Municipal election. T HEREBY announce myself a candidate for JL re-ejecuon as .luerman nom tne etu ward. aug26 J. W. WILSON, for Alderman Seventh Ward. TTTE are authorized to announce A. A. HITE TT as a candidate for Alderlman trom the 7 th Wrd , at tho ensuing election. sepU te For Alderman Eighth Ward. TY request, I announce myself a candidate XJ I or Aiuerman irom jcignin wara. sepG te SPENCER EAKIN. "I17E are authorized to announce J. VY IIKUSER as a candidate for Alderman rrom the .Eighth ward at the ensuing election. aug31 td For Councilman First Ward. TTTE are authorized to announco JOHN W. W EDWARDS as a candidate for Council man trom the First Ward at the ensuing Muni cipal .Election. sepii ta TTTE nrn authorized to nnnonnen "W. TT W PERRY as a candicfrato for re-election as Councilman from the First Ward. sepll td TTTE are . authorized to announce E. R. YV CULLOM as a candidate for Councilman from the First Ward at tho ensuing election. a matt For Councilman Second Ward. TTE are authorize! to announce JOHN W. il CAPPS as a candidate for Councilman from the Second Ward, at the ensuing munici pal election. sepi3 te VTTK are authorized to announce JOHN W. YY COLEMAN as a candidate for Councilman from the second ward at tbe ensuing election, sepi tu Ax tne earnest request ot voters oi tne second Ward to serve again as Councilman, I here by announce myself as a candidate for re-elec tion. x.(juuri. srLC U.IH.1J, sep2td TTTE are authorized to announce BENTON YV SNOWDEN as a candidate for Council man from tho Second Ward at the ensuing Mu nicipal Election. seps ta WE are authorized to announco OLIVER TOWLES a) a candidate for Councilman from tbe Second Ward at the ensuing election. For Councilman Third Ward. TTTE are authorized to announce G. M. FOGG VV Jr.. as a candidite for Councilman from the Third Ward at tho ensuing Municipal Elec tion, tenia tu TTTE are authorized to announco T. J V V TREPPARD as a candidate for Council man from tho Third Ward. sepll td "I N response to the solicitations of many friends JL i. am a canumate lor re-eicction as uouncu- man from the Third Ward, pledging to use my best exertions tor too solid advancement or the public interest, 33 1 have done in the past. augi tu m. iir.r.L TTTE are authorized to announco HARRY D, YY MARTIN as a candidate for Councilman from the lhlrd Ward at the ensuing municipal election. ang-.'i u For Councilman Fonrth Ward. TTTE are authorized! to announce FORD YV REDDICICas a candidate for Council man from the Fourth Ward, at the ensuing mu nicipal election. scpu 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 A T the solicitation of many fi lends, I an- Ol nounce myseir as a canaidate lor council man Irom tho i ourttt ward. ang30 td A. D. CREIGHTON For Councilman Fifth Ward. WE are authorized to announce JOHN LUCK as a candidate for Councilman from the Fifth Ward, at the ensuing election. ang-ju to BY request of a number cf citizens of the 5th Ward, I announce myself a candidate for councilman trom that ward at tne ensuinc mu nicipal election. dunr ai. uaui. augis td AT the request of many citizens, GEORGE W. SMITH is announced as a candidate for Councilman in the Fifth Ward at tho ecsulnc municipal Jtiection. augz: rx For Councilman Sixth Ward. IVTASHVILLE, TENN., Sept, 22, 1S73. Edl- XI tors or tne union ana American: in obe dience to the wishes of the mechanics and work ingmen, please announce me as a candidate Tor uouncuman trom tho sixth wara. ji v lontr ana close connection with the manufacturing inter ests of tho city, and fome experience in the City council, induces the belief thai no interests win suiter in my nanu3. xne ume oetween now ana the election is too-short for me o confer with the voters ot the ward in person. I will therefore thank my friends, and the voters of the ward in spectfully, B.?G. WOOD. sepzj ta TTTE are authorized to announce WILLIAM YV LITERElt as a candidate for re-election as Councilman from the Sixth Ward at the ensu ing election. sep3 td Wi are autconzea to announce J. x. DEMENT as a candidate for Councilman from the Sixth Ward at the ensuing Municipal election. angi ta For Councilman Seventh Ward. AT the personal request of very many of my fellow-citizens of the Seventh Ward, I an nounco myseir a camiiaate tor re-eiccuon. anouia tne goon citizens or tne oia seventh again confide to mo her interests, I shall give to them my very Dest services. Aug. 17, ma. .run. ir luinusmsx, angl7 te For Councilman Eighth Ward. TTTE aro authorized to announce ROBT H. Vr HAILEY as a candidate for Councilman of the Eighth Ward at the ensuing Municipal .ejection. ancai tu TTTE are authorized to announce FRANK Vf OTTEN VILLE as a candidate for Coun cilman from the Eighth Ward at the ensuing Aiumcipai election. augdj ta For Councilman Tenth Ward. TTTE are authorized to announce Ii. K. SPAIN V V as a candidate for Councilman from the Tenth Ward. seplO td WE are authorized to announco 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 announce myself a candidate for Councilman fiom that Ward at the ensuing juumcipai election. 3023 to U. . SliAJfJTJiR, JB. REAL ESTATE AGENCIES. THOS. OHASWKLL. a. yr. jonHson, je. fl IIA1) WELL, JOHNSON & CO., Meal Estate Agents, WILL ATTEND TO Buying, Sclllngr and BeRtiag oi jrroperiy, Also to the NesotiatlBK of Xioaaa And will make CASH ADVANCES on Proper ty or stents wners parries aesire it. Office, No. 43 Cedar Street NEARLY OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE. deel ly No. 7,133. SHERIFF'S SAJLE. BY VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF FI. FA. to me directed, and delivered from the Honorable Chancery Court of Davidson county, Tenn., at its April Term, 1873, I will exposo to public sale, to the highest bidder, for cash, at tho Courthouse door, in the ottyof Nashville, on Saturday, the 27th day of September, 1873,within lawiul hours, Thirty (30) Shares of Stock iu the Tennessee Railroad and Coal Company, or a sufficiency thereof to satisfy an execution In my hands for seven hundred and ninety-nine and 34-100 dollars, (S799.34,) in tho case of Sbcrod Williams vs. E. K. Coljar et als. aud being levied on as the property ot E. F. Coljar to satisfy aia n ia. Dated this 18th day of September, 1873. x.. u. wnix'wuttxn, anenn. By F. M. WOODALL. Deputy. sepl8 3t 18,20,27 ARCHITECTS. ARCHITECT, HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE TO THIRD National Bank Builtnng, Southeast comer or College and Union streets. Entrance on Col ege street. janlO deol2m au21 eodly LEGAL, NOTICES. fNo. 7.755.1 Jn Chancery at Ji'ashvillc. STATE OF TENNESSEE, OFFICE CLERK and Master, Chancery Court at Nashville, September the 2d, 1S73. Amanda Hiwkins, (colored,) Complainant, vs. Edward Pipchum, (colored,) and others. Defendants. It appearing from affidavit filed in this cause that the defendants, Joyce Pinchnm and Phcebo Pinchum, both colored, are non residents of tho State or Tennessee, so that the ordinary process; of law cannot be servod upon them: It in there fore ordered that said defendants enter their ap pearance on or before tbe third Monday of the next term ot said Court, to be held on the first Monday in October next, (1873,) and pltad, an swer or demur to Complainant's bill, or the same will be taken for confessedas to them and set for hearing ex parte; and that a copy of this order be published for four consecutive weeks In the Nashville Union and American. A Copy Attest: NATHANIEL BAXTER, Jr., Clerk and Master. John and James Trimble, Solicitors far Com plainant. sepS oaw4t No. 7.751.1 In Chancery at JVashville. STATE OF TENNESSEE, OFFICE CLERK and Master Chancery Court, Nashville, Sep tember the 4th, 1873 T. W. Morton, Guardian, etc., and others- Complainant, vs.. Virginia. Al len and others, Defendants. -? It appearing from affidavit filed in tills-cause that the defendants, Virginia Allen, widow or Geo. A. Allen, dee'd, and Rebecca K.Allen and Marie Allen, minor children of said deceased, are all non-residents of the State of Tennei sce.to that the ordinary process of law cannot be st rved up on them: It is therefore ordered that said defend ants enter their appearance herein on or before the third Monday or tho next term or saia court, to be held on the first Monday in October next, (1873,) and plead, answer or demur to complain ants' bill, or the same will be taken for confessed as to them and set for hearing exparte, and that a copy of this order bo published for four consecu tive weeks in the Nashville Unionand Americas. A Copy Attest: NATHANIEL BAXTER. Jn., Clerk and Master. Jones & Sieger, Solicitors for Comphdnants. sap5 oawlt No. 7,730. lit Chancery at JVashville. STATE OF TENNESSEE, OFFICE CLERK and Master Chancery Court, Nashville, Sept ruber the 16th, 1873 Alfred G. Merritt, complainant, vs. The Nashville Building Asso ciation and others, defendants. It appearing from affidavit riled in this carae that the defendant, Lewis Lyons, is a non-resident ot tho State of Tennessee, so that theordl i ary process of law cannot be served cpon him; and it further appearing that an attachment has Issued In this case, aud has been returned levied upon the lollowlng property, viz.: The indebt edness of C. W.Nance to the Nashville Building Association, evidenced by tbe three notes of said Nance dated day of May, 1SG9, and dua in 3, 6 and 9 months from date, and also, to attach the indebtedness of Lewis Lyons to said Associ ation, and further to attach the etata and in terest of Lewis Lyons in tho following real es tate, mortgaged by him to said Association, vis.: FIr.t. A lot In Edgefield, Davidson county, Tenn., fronting 0 feet on Bell street and run ning back 171 feet to Houston's lot. Alto another lot in ECgefield, fronting 100 feet on Spring street, and running back 113 feet, moro particu larly described in a mortgage from said Lyons and J. G. Ferguson to said Association, regis tered in the R. O. D. a, book 20, page ISO. Sec end. A tract of five acres, more or less, in said county, lrontlng outhe north ride of the Char lotte turnpike. Third. Another tract f five acres, more or less, adjoining the abova, former ly belonging lo M. Powers, a (more particular description ot which said two tracts of land Is contained in the mortgapo from said Lvons to said Association, registered in said office in book No. 20, p. 2U1 to tho end that the same may be held for the satisfaction of complainant's claim of $501, besides interest and costs: It is therefore ordered that said defendant enter his appear ance herein on or before the fourth Monday of the next term of said court, to ba neld on the first Monday in October nest (1873), and plead, answer or demur to complainant's, bill, or the same will be taken for confessed as to him and set for hearing cxparto, and that a copy-of this order be published for four consecu tive wecKS in tee jNasnvuie union ana American A copy Attest: NATHANIEL BAXTER, Jn-. Clerk and Master. A. G. Merritt, Solicitor for Complainant. sepl7 oawlw No. 0,383. Jn Chancery at Ji'ashville. STATE OF TENNESSEE, OFFICE CLERK and Master Chancery Court at Nashville, September the ICth, 1873 Aaron Stretch, Ex'or r r Thos. uoway, neca, complainant, vs. Angus McKay. Defendant. It acriearine from affidavit filed In iis cause that the defendant, Angus McKay, is a non resident ot the State of Tennessee, so that the ordinary process of law cannot be served upon him; and it further appearing tht an attach ment has Issued in this case, and has been re turned levied upon tne ioiiowipr projierty, viz.: Lot No. 4 in the Gowdy plan of lots in Nashville, Tenn., Ironing SO feet on Gowdy street and run ning back 131 feet to a 15 foot alley, to satisfy the claim of complainant, justly due ar.il owing by said defendant by four notes, each for $123, due at 1, 2, 3 and 4 yean, and one note for S2,050, due at 5 years, and all dated May 29, 1S67, and given for the purchase of the aborts lot It is therefore ordered that said defendant enter his appearance herein on or before the fourth Monday of the next term of said Court, to be held on the first Mondav in October next. (iHiaj, anapieaa, answer or demur to complain ant's bill, or the same will be taken for contessea as to mm, ana set tor neanng ex. parte, and that a copy of this order be published for four consecutive weeks in the Nashville Union and American. A copy Attest: NATHANIEL BAXTER, Jn., Clerk and Master. Demoss & Malone, Solicitors for Complainant. sepi? oawiw No. 5,519. Jn Chancery at JVashville. QTATE OF TENNESSEE, OFFICE CLERK KJ ana Master unancery uourt, jsasnvuie, September the 16th. 1873 Thomas Chad well. Complainant, vs. John Dovle and others. De fendants. It amearin? from the return of the Sheriff of Davidson county, Tenn., on tho alias et plurics subpoenas to answer, issued under the cross-bill of Thomas L. Marshall, filed in this cause, that the defendant, W. J. Doyle, is not to be found in this county, o that the ordinary process of law cannot be served upon him: Itis therefore or- aerea mat saia aetendant enter his appearance herein on or before the fourth Monday ot the next term of said Court, to be held on the first Mon day in October next, (1873,) and plead, answer or uemur to tuo cross Dili or J nomas l. Marshall, or the same will be taken for confessed as to him and set for hearing exparte, ana mat a copy ot tnisoruer oo puDiisn ed for four consecutive weeks in the Nashville Union and American. A copy Attesit: Clerk and Master. Brown E Reid, Solicitors. sepli oawlw No. 6,334. In Chancery at JVashville.. QTATE OF TENNESSEE, OFFICE CLERK KJ ana master uuancery uotirt. nasnville. September the 16th, 1873. Aaron Stretch, Ex'or of Thos. Gowdy, dee'd, Complainant ts. John R. Berry, Defendant. it aDDearirnr irom aniiiATicn-prt m thin rmnt that tho defendant. John R. Berrr. Is a non resident of the State or Tennessee, iso that the ordinary process of law cannot be served upon him: and it further appearing that an attach ment naa lssuea in iau case, ana una been re- tumea leviea upon tne iollowlmr rroiertv. viz.: Lot. No. 22 In the Gowdy plan of lots in Nash ville, Tenn., fronting CO feet on Gowdy street and running back 180 feet, more or less, to Vauxhall street, to satisfy the claims of complainant, just ly due and owing by said defendant, by 4 notes. coui iim uuuKbi. a ana 4 veara. ami nnn note for $3,750, due at five years, and all dated May 24, 1867, and given or the purchase of the above lot It Is therefore ordered thu said de fendant enter his appearance herein on or before tbe fourth Monday of the next term or said Court, to be held on the lst Mondav in October next, (1873,) and plead, answer or demur to complain ant's bill, or the same will be taken for confessed as toi lm and setforhearingexparte,andthata copyof this order be published for four consecu tive weeks In the Nashville Union and American. A copy Attest: NATHANIEL BAXTER, Je., Clerk and Master. Demoss & Milone, Solicitors for Complainant. sepl7 oawlw Notice to Show CanseIn Bankruptcy. THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That John B. Hamilton and J. L.Bond, of Maury county; S. D. Rainer. of Montgomery countv. and .1. D. Short, of Trousdale county, Tenn., have nicu in tne oiiice or tne uierKor tne District Court of the United States for tho Middle Dis trict of Tennessee, their petitions for discharge in Bankruptcy: And it is ordered by the Court that a hearing be had nnon thn sanm. anil thn second and third meetings of creditors bo held, On eho 3d day or October, IS73, at the office of John Ruhm, Esq., Register in Bankruptcy. No. 53W Cedar street. Nasbvlllo. Tenn., when and where all creditors may attend and show cause, if any they have.why the prayers ef said petitions should not be granted. JS. K. CAMPBELL, Clerk of the District Court, for said District, sepl8 oaw 3t thurs AGRICULTURE. w J J s J W Atr Tnnr Mj.tvIt, T - pww owci. ox -rt ana Harden Seed. C. H. STOCKELL & CO. a Bread St, and 3 k 4 Colters Bt, auHviite. Tesa. feb273eod ly RA!LR0ADB LOUISVILLE MS MSHYILL1 AKD G-reat Southern AND SOUTH & KOETH ALABAMA SiATXgjRO A T)8. JUL, COMMENCING MAY 25th, 1?73. TRAINS will leave Nashville, from L.&N. R-B De pot, North College street, aa follows. ; . 7, On A. M., daily, except Sunday, for Decatsr , AU nteppingt at all stations audmeking dlreet .connection with M. & C. R. K. for point wee; ana east. .MVUtW.l.. J , tTIUIUU. UiHUgO. ilia UAU1 UVCV not stop at Stations between Nashville ar-d CH lumbla. except Franklin, arriving at Decatur at Lll:59 a. if., and connecting with M. C. R.R. tor jiempms. Columbia Accomruolatlon disccstlrmed until further notice. The 7:00 a. m. train arrives daily except Hey day. ... The Gallatin Accommodation arrive: Ualry ex-. oept Sunday. K.nn A. M., dally, for Leuisvllle, naa Sleep ,wiuU lng Car attached, running through froia New Orleans via Mobile and Montgomery to Nashville and Louisville without ckiicge. 6:00 A. x. and 1:20 p. x. trains for Louisvillt connect with trains with through Sleeping and Day Cars attached, for St. Louis, Chicago. Baltlnlore, Philadelphia, New York, and inter mediate points in the East. North and West. All trains named above will arrive at and. de- E art from L. & N. Depot, on North College street , ut will itop at Junction of N. & C andTN. 3s D. Railroads and at N. & 0. Railroad Depot to tska on and let otf passengers. SV Passen gera from Gallatin and points South , arriving at Nashville at 7:00 a 21, have until 4:00 r M in which to attend to business before return ing. Trains arrive at Nashville as follows: Tnm few Orleans, Mobile and Montgomery, via De catur, 4:40 a v.; from Decatur, 12:10 p x: from Louisville and the East, North and and West, at 7:00 a x and 5:00 v a. For through Tickots, Baggage Checks, sd further information, apply at General Ticket Office, under Maxwell House, and at L. ft X. Depot, North College, street. oc27 tf W. H. KING, G. P.4T.A, MSflmLE, CHATTAffOOSA St. LOUIS RAILWAY fT? RAINS BUN TO AND JTROM CHUBOX I Street Depot as follows: 1.3A.VS. Clinttanooifa Txnlna. asbivx, 7:45 Except Stmd&v. 12:15 r.H 8:00 t jr. Dolly. 1:30 'a'.x Keraptals ann St. Ixmia TmliBtsv" L3AV3. . lttlVf 1:45 A. K. D XIlT. 5.-00 A. X. 2-3 P.M. Except Sunday. AS) fibelbyville AccommodntlOB. xeaves Dally Annrvii 4:00 p sr. except Sunday 9:45 a:x 13 v hours to Memphis hours to St. Loait Shortest route to New Orleans. Through Sleeping Cars front McKenzIe. Tims 20 hours. 78 miles shorter to Memphis than via Decs tar. More than IOO miles shorter to St. Louis tin via Louisvills, and many hours quicker 3W- SLEEPING CARS accompany the 8:00 r. x. train to Chattanooga, and thu 1:15 ajti. train to Columbus, Ky. Through sleeping cat from Union City to St. Louis on 12 20 p. x. train A.H. Robinson, Ticket Agent, Maxwell House, T. M. CucninghASt Church Street Depot. J. W. THOMAS, GennBnpt. W. L. D ANLEY, Gcnl P. and T. Agent. In23tf mm .41 Mcif !c mm ON AND AFTER MONDAY. JUNE 16th 1373, Trains will run daiiySnndays except ed) follow!: Xieavcs Lsbinca at. ............7:00 A.X. Arrives at Nashville at... 9:10 AJf. Loaves Nashville at. 4:30 pji Arrives at Lebanon at.. 6:40 rjl. Price's Stages leave Lebanon at 7 o'clock r jr. onTnesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Antra at Lebanon at 5 o'clock a. x. on Mondays, Wed" ndys and Fridays. GIO. MANZY, jy23tf Pres't and Sup't UNDERTAKERS. I' 11 H. 6B00HIBS & CO; LFraneral Undertakers, AGSTS FOB 3. 31. FUXJ.IAX.. 43 and 44 Mortb Clierry St., NASHVILLE. DEALERS IN-BURIAL OASEB AND CAS kets, and Agents for Crane, Breed & Cc's and other Impruved Cases and Caskets. 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