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J H Smith. v H Moor.
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OFFICE -Ho. IS Madisou Stkit.
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PUBLIC LEDGEE la 8 Pr
for Dally. a " " fo
WMhly. POWA8B fEI.
la tha city of ChatUnaona, not long
before ths late election, Andrew John
son, the claimant ol a seat in the United
States Senate from Tennessee, which
should alone be occupied by a Democrat,
among other thirds, 'said:
But, my countrymen, isn't it time that
we stopped doing so much for the party
and let the country be on top for once.
It seems as though patriotism had gone,
and we hear nothing but party. Must
you ask every roan if he has got on the
collar. Must it be like the dog? 1 m
John Croiier's dog; whode dog are your
I'm the Republican or Democratic nom
inee; whose nominee are you? Can t we
agree upon reforming the assessment
laws, upon low taxes, and not ask about
party? When wa agree upon great
measures we make a party. I hare been
;k Democrat all my life, but I am not
going to submit to the dictation of such
Mr. Johnson said he
BAD ACQCIESt'ED IS COSVaXTlOSS,
but had never favored them, and repeated
the history of the convention system.
When conventions do right there is no
harm in them, when they do wrong they
ought not to be repeated. But to say
that a man may not be a candidate with
out a nomination is anti-Republican.
And it is to this statement of his that
we desire to direct especial attention, as
well a to the other acta of his to which
we will aUude. At the outset let it be re
membered that for forty yrs Andrew
Johnson has teen the creature of Demo
cratic conventions: bag been nominated
by them for Legislature. Congress and
Governor; was before the Charleston
convention for the nomination of Presi
dent, and afterwards roi nominated by
the Radical convention at Philadelphia
for Vice President, and elected by virtue
of that nomination over George E.
Pendleton, the Democratic nominee.
He was in Nashville but two
brief years .o. Ml prepared
n K(or the convention
e-hieh nominated General Cheatham for
Congress from the State at large, and
only failed to do so because he saw that
bis friends were not in sufficient force ia
that body to secure him the nomination,
and he afterwards contributed ia tim
fullesi extent of bis ability to elect Ho
race Maynard, the avowed advocate of
the infamous c ivil rights bill, by coming
before the people afcainst Cheatham, in
dependent of party nomination, dog in
tit manger like. At t' is juncture of his
life it was that be suddenly forgot "party"
for tb stood of the "country," notwith
standuig h had belonged to and
accepted tosjiuation from the two ex
isting parti f i country in the mar
vellously brirf space cf Jt years. This
is fact, and this is Wutotj ij?erniDg
ibis atan ho now wants to rwei-v ha
support of Democrats for the fcniu;a
States ReoaU at the very moment whea
lie is the first cUice of the eight Radi
cal soembers in the Lsjature, because
they know t is the best bmms which
they can use to afc-ike the Democrat
party aa effective and malignant blow.
Democrats of the Tnnss Legisla
Jure, will you help these Badicals id so?
COLOHEL WH. H. BIJZZABJ).
Colossi Blizzard, Senator from the
MfMina district of East Tennesse. it
said to be a candidate for the position of
Speaker of the Kate benate, tit Has
considerable experience in legislative
matters, possesses unquestioned ability,
and is a Democrat. Were it not repre
sented that he inclines to the ichnson
aide of the Senatorial, we too, Jike the
Appeal, would not " be grieved to see
SPIAK&AaBJP OF THI 8TATI IEI ATI.
Many names have been suggested for
this position, and aatcsg them that of
rur worthy citizen, John Overton, jr.
Although a young mail and of but few
roars' experience iu legislative matters,
Mr. Overton is thoroughly qualified for
4,. duties of the Speakership, a natural
result of hit close study while an edrient
member of the House during its last
session. He is thoroughly a Democrat,
and we feel convinced that be will not
oppose iU wishes or purposes. Mr.
Overton's selection woold be nigmy
gratifying to his many friends here and
AIOTHIE Til W Or IT.
When the friends of 11 r. Johnsoo, as
soma of them do, declare the Demo
cratic ticket for tha Legislature would
have been defeated at the November
election if it had been known the can
didates were cot pledged to vote for their
favorite for United States Senator, it
may, perhsps, be as 11 they should
also remember that had the Convention
which nominated tho gentlemen, sup
posed they were then pledged, or would
ever thereafter bt pledged, to vote for
Andrew Johnson or any other candidate
for Senator, they would certainly sever
have been nominated by that Ceo-
veatioo. And in that.caat they, of
raaraa. would not have been elected.
S ia either event, instead of setting out
.t one as they have done upon a career
f brilliant publio service wbu h
inr mar not) end in tn rreaen
a half score of aspirins young ge
men would have been cowpelled to con
tinue, for two years longer, to adorn the
peaceful walkt of private life.
TBI FOOB OF THI CITT.
We regret to learn from trustworthy
sources that large number of women
and children in this city are in destitute
circumstances, and some on the poitit of
absolute want and suffering. At present
there is no organized system of benevo
lence for the relief of such persons. We
would suggest the city should take
some steps in the matter,1 or failing to
act, that a citizens' relief association be
formed to collect funds, clothing and
food for iuch extreme cases as may be
found to be entitled to assist
ance. It it no excuse tor neglecting
this Christian duty to say that there are
imbosters. or that many beggars are able-
bodied and stout enough to work for
living. While it is true that these
tramps from other cities visit us every
season going South and returning, it it
easily ascertained that there are worthy
nennla in our ' midst novtrty stricken
through no fault or vice of theirs, who
are destitute and unable to provide tbe
pressing necessities of this inclement
season. Three widow ladies ot tnis oiass
applied to a well known citizen yester
dav mornine and stated that they were
out of meant and nnable to procure any
employment. The sudden change trom
mild to sharp, cold and damp weatner it
very hard on such people. .We learn
that one of our large coal deatert nas
in oriwo a mi&ntitY of coal and
uuii - w - .
wood to the poor of the city on certain
conditions. Perhaps all the dealers
would give something. It is, however,
vrv desirable that such charities, except
in snecial and well-known casee, should
bt dispensed through some well-organ
ized authority; that a record may be Kept
and the Droner discrimination! made be
tween the numerous applicants, who are
always ready to present and urge their
claims. A careful investigation through
out the city will reveal more suffering than
generally supposed. Will not our citi
zens or the city authorities inaugurate
tome system of relief for the helpless
A "10 7X5CE LAW."
It is quite likely that the next Legis
lature will be called upon to consider a
fence law, or rather a bill to de away
with fences. Of course the mountain
counties woold oppose such a law, for it
would in a great measure break up the
business of stock raising, as now con
ducted. But the people of the more
thickly settled couaties feel and tee a
rrowine necessity for a law whi'ih will
turn the crops out and keep up stock.
Under our present labor systeu, with a
constantly increasing scarcity of timber,
it is becoming almost impossible for the
farmers in the densely populated neigh
borhoods to build new fences, or even
keen the old ones in repair. The enor
mous sums annually paid out to keep up
fences could be saved and tbe money
employed in raising n stock kept In
assll enclosures and fed on grasses and
clover, easily produced in any part of
the State. A general law on tbe subject,
s ac'rine to every county, perhaps, could
sot be pasted, but it s.eems to us that a
law could be passed permitting tbe peo-
ble in counties of a certain population V)
decide tha matter by rati!. There is e
game law which only applies 1 ctic
counties, and possibly a law eosld bt
framed after that precedent, so that the
people could decide according to their
own interest or localities, oucn a law iu
a county .like Shelby, for iostance, it
seems would be a benefit to tbe land
owner and to his tenants, and the entire
Jabor available would then be devoted
to improvement and cultiva
tion cf th soil. Of course the
small land -, h a dozen
or twe lean cattle pastured si uier peo
ple's expense, would object to tbe law,
the greatest number would be bene
fitted U iifi end. The subject it receiv
ing considerable aiL;r!ion in thit county
and in other parts of the bU2, Tbe
pe r 10 change tber customs
mi tpan.nfr-ff living, but this looks like
an aDoroacbing netijfw;!?. We would,
iwerer, be glad to hear from sofe of
onr (ar-ae and granger Jriengs -.dm
subieet msv he tt furtfc ia Joe light of1
practical Judgment nd oar Representa
tives advised more fully a to tbe wants
of their constituents.
The Leicislatitra meets next Monday,
the 4th ef January, pour Senatorial
candidates are already uiilej ft the
Maxwell House Brown, living, iavaas
and Johnson. The act of Congress pre.
scribing the mode of electing Senators
requires the Legislature to proceed with
the election on the iecond Tuesday after
meeting and organization, bo. unless
the Legislature effects an organization
next Monday, which it extremely im
probable, tbe senatorial question cn
not be reached before Tuesday, the 1 9th
of January. This is a long time to wait
for the man who expects to be elected on
tha first or second ballot. The Banner
says: " We presume the Legislature will
not be idle in the interim, and wa tnut
tbe business of legislation will not evo
then be retarded by a protracted ballot
for Senator." Sensible.
W. A. Pott EE. of New York, has
been appointed Supervising Architect of
the Treasury to succeed A. B. Mullett.
Mr. Potter is a son of Bishop Potter and
a brother of N. Potter, the Democratic
Congressman fi-om the Weetchester dis
Tux order which red aired Theodore
Tilton to give Henry Ward Beecher a
hill of particulars Las been reversed at
the general term of tbe City Court of
Brooklyn. Beecher will now have to
show his hand.
Tuat are 1CHI Granges in Tennessee
tod the membership is estimated at 39,-000.
Tbe Darloa Harvevla Party lrta
Idea MMakaa'a Aew Year's Ha.
Nw Yoac, December 31. Tbeofficert
of the United States Darien turveying
expedition arrived in thit city yesterday
and immediately proceeded to complete
the preparations neceasary for the expe
dition.' Tbe party consists of Lieuten
ant Frederick Collins, commanding;
Lieu ter ant James J. Eaton, Lieutenant
J. T. Sullivan, Lieutenant S. C. Paine,
Ensign L, Seabury and Assistant Sur
geon Norfleet. , Two other officers were
yesterday transferred to Commodore
Lull's party. They leave Saturday in
the Acapulco for Aspinwall where they
join the United States tteamer Canan
daigua, which will convey the party to
the Gulf of Uraba, and np Atrato to
Nappi. The Canandaigua will also
furnish such men and materials at may
be required for the proteculion of the
survey. The party will return in May.
A Paris dispatch says the Journal
Officiate announces that at the reception
oa New Year'a day by President Mao
Mahon he will be attended by Marshals
and Generals on duty, and also by Man
ager Gubert, a rich bishop of Parit, who
will stand beside the President This it
the first time since the reign of Charles
X that the Prelate of Parit bat been to
placed, and the fact of the leader of the
French Ultramontane! holding the post
of honor causes great sennation. Mar
thai MacMahon thus inflicts, indirectly,
a slight on the prerogative of the Na
tional Assembly, although he possibly
never intended to do so.
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Washikgtok. December 31. The Bu
reau of Indian affairs has issued a circu
lar letter to the superintendents and
airents of the Indian department in
structing them to notify the several
bands or tribes of Indians under tbeir
supervision that they must confine them
selves wholly within the limits of their
respective reservations; that under no
pretext must they leave without a special
permit in writing from the agent, or su
perintendent, except it shall be made to
appear to his satisfaction that its issu
ance will innre to the benefit of the ap
plicant, and will in no event be likely to
prove disadvantageous to tbe discipline
of the Indian service. Whenever it shall
be deemed to be either necessary or judi
cious to grant such permit, immediate
application should be made, before its
issuance, to the commanding omcer ot
tbe nearest military force, who will fur
nish a sufficient guard to acooropany and
remain with tbe Indians at long as tbey
remain within the white settlements, ana
who will require their passage through
such settlements to be as expeditious at
possible. The Indians are to be warned
that without the nrotection guaranteed
them by such written permit and military
guard or escort, they are liable to be
looked upon and treated as hostile bands.
Paris, December 31. A dispatch
from Madrid under to day's djjte says
that Prince Alfonso, ton pf ex Queep
Isabella, has been proclaimed King pf
Spain, and is recognized by all tbe forces
comprising the armies of (he north and
The Spanish consul at Bourg has noti
fied the tub prefect of Bayopne that
D&nna glance, wife of Don Alfonso, bat
crossed the froutier into ipain.
LoKDosr, December 81. The bullion
in the Bank of Eoglauj hat increased
4469,000 during the past week. Amount
of bullion gone into Bank on balance
tddey, 234,000. Tbe proportion of
bank reserve to its liability, which last
week was 441 per cent., it now 38 j per
Tbe Times' Parit dispatch aayt the
question of the arrangement! of the
1t,inist,y, jrbethjr thj conference be
tween tbe government and representa
tives of the various groups in the As
sembly succseds or fails, hat reached a
settlement Ia the event of the failure
f,l it, conference the modification of the
caoineiwiti pe suni ana wujiuui iuinj-
Sr. Locjs, December !.-r Two men
named Fuller anj Clemeoa, living at
Fredericksburg, Hay county, this 8 tat a,
quarreled last Saturday about tome
whisky. Clemens shot Fuller with a
doable-barreled shotgun, putting tbe
contents of both barrels into him. Ful
ler, although nearly blown to pieces,
plunged a knife into Clement, almost
isemtoyd&jg kirg. Both men died.
Conductor Richardsoa and Jerry Ma
boney, who have been oa trial in Kansas
City several days past for the murder of
Wm. Strode and Henry Barnett, who
were fn.si dead on the railroad track,
near Kansas City, about two weeks ago,
were honorably discharged yesterday.
WisniKGTos, December 31. For the
Northwest and upper lake region partly
cloudy weather, easterly or southerly
winds, low but rising temperature and
falling barometer. For Tennessee apd.
the Ohio valley, continued cold and
generally cloudy weather, with northeast
winds, slight changes in the pressure and
possibly a light snow.
CiNtiXKATt, December 31. River 22
feet 8 inches, and rising. Weather clear
Cairo, Deoetaber 31. Arrived
Thompson Dean, Cincinnati, 1 a.m.;
Mary Alice, New Orleans, i a.m.; Cbas.
Morgan, Ntw Orleans, i a.m.; Smoky
City, Ohio, 11 a m.; Joseph Kinney,
Vicksborg, noon; Utah, St Lot is, noon.
Departed Thompson Dean, New Or
leans, 2 a.m.; James Howard, Nw Or
leans, Ta.m.; Chat. Morgau, Cincinnati,
? a.m.; Smoky City, New Orleans, noon.
Weather cloudy and cold.
TUAT EMERSOS BOT.
The lacaraatloa ar H.rhl-r.
From tha Detroit Free Frew.)
The Emeracm boy it dead, and there
isn't any one around that house to make
fun. lie was a choerful, lively boy, and
he did hit best to make that household
put on the mantle of joyfulnest. Emer
son often remarked that Bob didn't seem
ever to ait down and think of the grave
and death, and be probably uever did.
No, Bob wasn't of that makp. He
wauled to have t'nn. Both his ears were
nearly worn op by being cuffed so much,
and it took a whole row of currant
bushet to furnish whips to dust hit jacket
for the summer. '
Emerson did not know what fun was
until Bob was eight years old. Then
tbe boy began to lauuch out. He would
bore gimlet-holes in the bottom of the
water pail, put cartridges in the coal
stove, unscrew the dtor-kuobs, fill tha
kerosene lamp with water, and a good
thrashing didn't burth;a bit mind over
five minutes. Sometimes his father
would take him by the hair and yank
hi us np to the tola and sit down and ask:
" Robert Parthenon Enerson, what in
blazes ails you?"
"It's tha yaller jaundert, I guest,"
Bob would meekly reply.
" Robert don't you want to be an An
gel I" the old man would continue.
"And have wings?"
"Yes, my ton."
"And fly higher'n a kHe?"
"And fight hawkt?"
"Y-e-t. I guest to."
"Bet your beef I would whoop I Bully
for tbe angels
" That's sacrilege, that ia I" the old man
would remark, and he would jerk Bob's
hair tome more and declare that the
young rascal waa bound for the gallows.
After lying under the pear true for six
minutes Bob would recover trom bis sad
ness and go over to the barn, aud run
the pitchfork through the straw cutter,
harness np tbe cow, and stick pins into
the family horse.
One night he brought home wolf
trap and set it in the middle of the wood
shed noor to eaten a rat tie chuckled
a good deal that evening at the thought
of what would happen to the rats, and
he fell asleep and dreamed that be was a
hand organ, and that some one stole tbe
crank to him, so that he couldn't be
played on. Just before going to bed,
old Emerson went out after a scuttle of
coal, and be stepped his bootless foot
into that trap. He made a mighty
spring and uttered a mighty yell, and it
took two men ten minutes to spring the
trap off his leg.
"It's that boy't work!" he groaned, as
he nnrsed his foot, and he took up the
bootjack, limped into the bedroom, and
gave Bob an awful clip just as the child
was dreaming of playing base ball with
"I'll pound ye to death if ye don't
stop this fooling!" cried the old man, but
be hadn t been out oi toe oeuroom ten
minutes before Bob was planning to stop
un the chimney next day aBd smoke
everybody out of tbe house. It wasn't
many days Deiore ne nxea a aarning
needle in the cushion of bis father's arm
chair and bounced tbe old man three feet
high; and hit licking hadn't got over
smarting before he exploded a lire
cracker in his mother's snuff-box. That
night the old man said to him as he took
biro by the ear:
"Robert Parathon Emerson, do you
ever think of where you will go to?"
"Yes sir," he answered, "1 11 go to bed
Then be got another mauling, and
went to dream that he waa a three-tined
pitchfork, and that a man was using him
to load bay with.
root boy! bven three dBys before he
died, and while on hit dying bed, he
managed to alio an eight-ounce tack
into his father's left boat and get np an
An incident transpired at a paper mill
at Niagara Falls one day last week,
whicb, to sy tbe least, was tantalizing.
A lot of old rags, including some ragged
garments, were brought to be cut into
small pieces. Among other things an old
coat was throwp jnta the tab, and the
putter set to work thereon. When the
small pieces were taken out numerous
scraps of greenbacks rattled to tbe floor
from tbe dissected garment Tba figures
"i," "10," "30," "SO," "100," were
plainly visible on the scraps. None of
the pieces were much larger than the
label on a spool of thread, and tbe men,
as tbev gathered op the tantalizing bits.
each one blamed himself bitterly for not
having ripped the coat up before putting
it into the cotter.
. The butchers of Faria disposed of
1555 horses, donkeys and mules during
the third quarter of 174. Tba animats
ee tiiostly cripples,' and their slaughter
an act of humanity. The meat ia made
palatable i.f French cookery, though the
consumers are chiefly found among the
The Gfeaf Refl Store.
WE ABE OFFERING
Much less than our former low prices.
WM. ritAIVIC ec CO.,
a to nam wuh.
OOLTI sleeve bat ton, studs, istl'
vaatrhaltiM and wsirhei.alcost for
aaatiat AU. JOKHMN,
04 SOU Main at vert,
Citoii'K oranges, thirty-five cents per
doaen; three dozen for one dollar.
105 Oi.iyna, Fimii & Co.
We take pleasure in stating that we
have used Taylor's Kxoulsior Yeast Pow
der siune it was first established, and
can hereby testify to its great strength
and purity. It hat given ut greater sat
isfaction than any we have ever used.
Latsillx, Wahnia A Co.,
Ml J ' Proprietors,
Madam Bullock's Mansion House,
Main, near Union, is the place to get
P. J. CoLkMAN, at No. G0i Beal street,
hat opened a newt ttand in connection
with his cigar store. All the leading
papers, etc., received ahead of all com
Choice oranges, thirty-five cents per
doten; three doxen for one dollar.
105 Oliver, Finnic & Co.
JOTCK MOYLAN At St. Patrick's
Church by Hot. Jrsthsr MoNsmara, on
Wsdnudikv nvenluff. loauihr SOih. W. 11.
Jove and Miu Katik C. Uovlan, both of
Memphis Uuiltlinf? and Savings
milK ANNUAL MKKTING OF THKMKM-
Jl pins Jbuiluins and cavmvi Auoolutlou
will tit held Monday evening. January 4, 1H7A,
at Ti o'clock at tht oftio ot th Manliattan
Life Iomirmnc Company. No. 41 Madiion
treat. The reports of the oftnrt will bs road
and the annual sleet'on takes rlaco. Th
members are requested to pay their dues dur
ing the day so aa not to dolay me meeting in
the evening. By order of
O. 11. J I'D All, President.
SM'f. HmarH.Sw'y protein. 1UV107
OF ME MI HIM.
OHice : No.' 22 Madison Street.
W. B. OALBKEATH...
F. M. NELSON ....
8. H. DUNSCWMB W. B. OALBREATH,
is. r. ttibK,
I,. HANAI ER.
J. H. MARTIN.
W. B. MALLORY.
JOHN C. FIZKR.
J. A. FHANK.
R. 8. JONK.",
W. L. RADFORD
area acataat T.oai by rtf,'WLm
BT Risks oa Private Dwellings especially
BANK OF COMMERCE,
Cash Capitail $250,000.
JOHN T. FARUASOX, : : President
JOHN OTEKTO.V, Jr., : V. President
B. A. PARKER, : : : z t Cashier
JOHN t. FARGASON of Fartrason A Clay
J AS. ELDER late Pre.ideat Det-ota Bask
THOS. II. ALLEN .of Xbui. II. Allen k Co
M. OAVIN ..of M. Gavin A Co
B. M AiNSKIKia....u.-.o Mamgeld A riisbee
vm i 1 1 v i n -Vj vr y - I 11 1 m
0. H. P. PIPJK....Wm of Meicphii, Teni
BAYLISS .of B. Bayllm A Co
011N C. i UER .o Sites. Fiser A Co
FIRE AND MARINE
No. 20 Madison Street,
Formerlj Occupied by DeSoto Bank.
If. L. KEACliAM, - President
A.' N. McKAT, Vice President
W. GAT, . . . Secretary
BOARD OF DlKECTORS.
M. L. MKACH AM.of M. L. Meacham A Co
A. N. McKAY of Sledge, McKay S Co
8. MANSFIELD of Maniield A Ilisbee
WM. JOINER of Joyner, Lemmon A Oslo
WM. B. GALBREATU. .Cotton Factor
Hob. JOHN OVERTOR, J ... Memphis
J. M. PETTIQREWof Edmonds, Pettigrew
- A Co.
ISAAC SCHWAB of Bchwaa A Co
B. t. HALLER of Hollowell. Crockett A
PRICE, JOIJES ti CO,,
Blank Book HanufactTirer0,
50. 12 JEFFERSON 8T
TFYnUWAKT PRIMIN'J DOS HI IS AS
1 ani.tif manner. ..b J your order, to ine
Leaser bwaa Job Friedas of&re.
HANDSOME HOLIDAY GIFTS!
Good qualify Silks at 75c, 91, 1 25 yard.
Fancy Win Good. In neaaonable fabric, 15c, 80 and 83c a
Pure Silk Striped Fopllni at 25oa great bargain.
Children's Fura, Cape and Muff, 1)1 85 a net.
Iadl- Funs, French Sable, 98 a aefU
Ladle' Furs, genuine Mink Sable, BIO a set. .
Children's Cloaks and Dresses at less than cost.
Iiadles' Cloth and Telvet Cloaks at Great Sacrifice.
Lace Handkerchiefs, Fans and Sashes at low prices.
AImo a large lot of Toys, Dolls and Fancy Goods from New
281 and 283 Main
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.
Eifc-litAen Millions Losses Paid to Claimants.
FOR QUALITY AND AVAILABILITY. THI8 HlflHLT
reaponaible and well-known corporation, offers Indemnity
Term, as favorabls as then of any institution offering qual
For newpolloiei, or renewal of old ones, apply te
CARRINGTON MASON. Agent,
No. 9 Madisou Street.
JET PALACE !
Considering hard times, I
well assorted stock of
FINE JEWELRY AND F A1TC Y GOODS!
at almost any sacrifice. Although I intend to stay, I guarantee
to sell all goads in my line far cheaper than any other house In
the city. Call and be convinced.
I. ROESCHER, Ag't,
Practical Watchmaker and Jeweler,.
326 IXain Street.
Office, 5 1-2 KadisoB St,
Policies iuaed apon Firs, Marin aodllnlaa
neks al equitable rates.
J. W. JEFFERSON, President
T. B. DILL AUD, Vice Pres't
6. W, L CROOK, Secretary)
J. VT. JKFFKRSON. oS 3. W. Jtffersoa A Co.
T. B. DILLAKD, Cvtton Fnntor.
i. A. OLIVER, of Oliver. Finnic A Co,
JONATHAN RICE, of Kloe, Stia A Oa.
WM. SIMPSON, of Pettit k Simpaan.
J R. OD WIN. Cotton factor.
9. V. KAMBAUT. of it. fcl. Aeronr4i0v.
POWER MACHINE3 !
BS HAND POWW. HORSK POWER OK
ft tram wr, for Mawlasr, flaai.
las, HorlVUC, TaaanlaaT, Vreeflaf,
sauleaK. etc.. on exhibition, and for sale.
At SOS Second Street,
ohgixjl. imos. 9a CO.
TO UJVEST A. FX DOLLARS. WITH 108
SIBLK RKUASty THOUSANDS. IS OF
FERED BY TUE POSTPONEMENT Ot PUB
LIC LIBRARY OF KY. TO TUB Z7tb OF
JTEbnL AKl KK3LT, OF TUKIK FIFTH !!
LAST CONCERT AND DRAWING. JHT;
MANAGEMENT ARK PLEDQED TO TIT
RETURN OF TUB MONET IF THE DRA'.
INU 6UOULD NOT COME OFF AT TAB
DAT NOW APPOINTED.
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.HO each .
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.SO each .
Whole TitkeU. Halve.. $W; Tenth, or
each Uuuroa, o; Kieven wnoie ticaeu, axv.
For Ticket' r information. eMre
111 v(. m. Dnvwm...
Afenl and MDer, Pablic Library fiaildias,
For lull information apply te O. H. Sannel,
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MsaraiH. Deeeaiber . 1T4.
qiHE STOCKHOLDERS OF THIS COM
,."J7'',tb, ",lthet aealecu'oa
will b. hud attbit oftoe ea Monday, Jaeg
er , le76. between tbe hoars of 10 a.m. sad
i p.m.. for serea director, u serve ur the
i GEO. W. L. QROK. fae-y.
am determined to dispose or ruy
NEW GOODS !
Fresh Malaga Ci'rapeA,
London Layer RatoLng,
fig, Citron and Currant.
Xe-w French Brunei.
A larie consignment of
VERY FINE OIIANG ES !
Now and sweet
From Bast Tennsses. '
Sew Honey In Sm all Baxes.
A "all stock. Call and. look through.
No. 347 'jiain Street.
tat'4iiIBi1ec5 In 1S68.
E. A. BENSON'S
OLD AID RELIABLE
Wholesale Music House
317 Main Street.
i jvow orrEiua
aar BEUSON k CO. '8 Pianos rroia-txo to t&t
aa- VOKB k SONS' Piannefroia.$30 te 1600
I aa- 8 ABLER Pianos from . .4400 to 9X
ssr MASON HAMLIN Oran.tl00 to 0O
100 PIANOS FOB SALE
Monthly rajmenu, as Follows :
r0 U0 1150 1300 3fW 300 350 400 H'tQ V00.
tii 140 t 125 $30 115 0 ti -Or
a Liberal Diiooant for all Caih Down.
Slaost HI rule and Musical Merchandise
ROW IS THE TIME TO BUT."
ST Piaaoe Tailed an! Kepeired by eenix
mi werkm.n. B. A. BENsffN
A 0 , A NUMBER OK ARTICLK-
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: " rwornint fnbiK-hptioaf reeeir
toward lannf tbe Coll... n. i IIT"'?
Prerident el the College eolii
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I'ubiie is canuoi
inMrvon. aa. therefore the
Mainit any imtoakin
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