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SUKPAY, DECEMBER S2, 1872.
There was a rumor in Was&iugon ou the 20th it&U that tbo editorship of tlio New Tork Tribune had beea tendered to Speaker Blaine. Grant enforced the civil service roles in appointing the Tostmaster at "Philadelphia, but did aot when appointing one for C i cago. Why is Chicago msde an excep tion? " The Cincinnati Gazette, & Grant organ, hits the vltttlsof tho postal telegraph scheme wbenlt.eays "that the whole pretense of making the wall service a benevolence to the poor, ami taxing the shirts on their backs tp make up the deficiency, is a fraud." The Philadelphia Press confesses that the letter of H. N". Ogden, Attorney Gener al Louisiana, to the Attorney General of the United States, "places Pinchback and the parties who have been supporting him in a position worse even-than thoy now cc capy.in the opinion of all fit-minded men." The Philadelphia Age says: "The rumor that somebody is going to outbid Cameron for the SeuatoitMp if .Pennsylvania has thrown the org&us of that worthy into fits of virtuous indignation. They declare that if anybody outbids Cameron he will prose cnte them." These is a precious amount of hard swearing in the Credit Mobliier Investlga tion, accompanied with much uneasiness on the part of those members of Congress who found favor in the eyes of Mr. Ames, when pushing through that glorious enter prise across-tbe Rocky Mountains, called a Pacific Eallroad. . .Another line of steamships between China and San Francisco will be started on the 1st of January, 1S73. The passage will be made in sixteen days. When these ves tals are running a man can start from this city and reach Hong Kong in twenty-two days, if a close connection is made with the steamships at San Francisco. VTno dares affirm that the down trodden colored tace is incapable of high civiliza tion, sfter hearing that a San Francisco ne gro has sued another of his race for $10, 000 damages for libel, and that, in Brook lyn, a dusky maiden has instituted a breach of promise suit against a good deal duskier man? The Boston Globe says the belles of the Hub seem determined, when they appaa r in full dress toilette?, to represent as nearly as possible the last pale roses of the de parted summer. The very palest tints no colors are allowable are chosen for the evening dress in which Ma ?eruoiselle arrays herself with a contented heart. Is the cold, gray light of a rainy Decem ber day, the mortal remsins of Edwin For reet were deposited in the vault, at St. Paul's Church, in Philadelphia. The fun end was plain, simple, devoid of all oe'.en tatious display, as the living man would have ordered it, had the summon from time to eternity not coma upon him o quickly. The late Samuel N. Pike left, it is be lieved, about $8,000,000 worth of property in Xew York, Cincinnati, New Jersey, and in many Wester-i dMtileries, as well as in a mine or two in Utah. Tbo whole of this great property has been acquired within Hie last twelve or fifteen years, and the bulk of it sprung from the $2 tax which Congress levied on whisky, wken Mr. Pike bad immense stores of it on band. The Columbia Herald says that the pre sent Public Printers, Jones, Purvis & Co when lwt elected, stated or intimated that they would not be candidates for re-election. AVhilo the editors of the Union and American are net in any way interested Snthe public printing, our understanding is tliat the Union and Ahebican will not be a cwididate for nor be interested in the appointment of a Public Printer by the i coming Legislature. The Columbus (Ga.) Enquirer comes to us in mourning for it3 senior proprieto: Thomas Kagland. who died on the ISth itt. Mr. Ragland hsdbeeo connected with the Enquirer sines Oct. 5, 18-12, ani was seventy -four years old at his death. Gen. A. R. Wright, editor of the Augns'a Chronicle and Sentinel, and member of Congress elect from Georgia, diad on the 21st inst. Gen. Wright took a prominent part on tlie Confederate side in our lite civ il war. A Washington letter-writer gives usau Insight into the etiquette of the "Republi can Capital." For instance, the wives of 'Cabinet officers will not return calk, this winter, but will hold receptions as hereto fore. The 6trict rules of republican eti quette, which must seem superficially ri diculous to foreign eyes, are not to be at all relaxed. The members' wives are expect ed to call first upon the Senators' wives, aud the Senators' wives must in turn fiist visit the wives of the Judges of the Supreme Court and tlte Secret aries, aud all must first py their rotpecs to the ladies ot tho diplomatic corps. The President's wife is not expected to visit at all, but all must pay court to her. Some radical changes have been made in the Prussian system of education, which it is claimed will be followed by immediate -and marked beneficial results. The most important departure from the old system is the abolition of the subdivision of the sex es. In plac? of the. Dr. Falk, the found er of the new plan, his divided the ele mentary schools of tho Kingdom into three grades, with iuht ruction suited to the differ ent ages or sUge3 of advancement. In smaller districts where it is not practicable to have mora than two teachers, he has made two classes, an upper and a lower class) instead of dividing the school into boys' and girls' departments. The power of one of the rings controlling the action of Congress is illustrated by the Albany Argus as fallows: "A member of Congress wa overheard tossy, ouo day last winter, when a bill in which Tomy Scott was interested was being considered, that 'You know that I live in one of T. S.'s dis tricts. I can't oppose this bill; if I do 1 can't come back to Congress. Tom Scott won't let me!' Another genUomon had it Intimated to him when a bill grant ing government land for a depot site to a certain railroad, was under considera tion, tbat if ho did not cease his "fac tious opposition" to it, he would be "looked after," aud his "case attended to" at the fall election. As he was conscientiously opposing tho measure he continuod ld3 op position, and in a struggle at tho nomina ting convention, last fail, whorein was ar rayed against him openly the Pennsylvania railroad rin, ha was, after two days and two nights bird work, defeated, and n man actually an officer of a railroad, concerned with Scott in all his operations, was elected to Congress inhis stead." j Aiiss aiUuisiaaa UHUKPATlOJi. .Theifew York, JVtoune .publishes the subjolaedleTterlrom prominent merchant inJNe-y Orleans to Mr. Q. Q. .Adams, -the. manager of the Well-known Gorham Man ufacturing Company in New York. Mr. Adams vouches for his correspondent as a man of the highest personal -standing, well knowii to the whole trado of silversmiths in the United States, not a politician, and not in anj sense an extremist. He knows no man 1 forth or South whoso candid state ment ho would 8ooEortake. The letter Is one w ritten in the ordinary course of busi ness, but the subject, of which every South ern man's heart is full, comes irresistibly to the surface. It Is a simple but eloquent preservation of the sentiments of those merchants of Louislaua who feel the hands of the thievish local politicians strengthened and sustained by the crashing power of the Government: JNE'voiileans, uec 11, 1872. i am moved, In consideration of the peculiar and luarmug condition oiairalrs here, to put jou a i courant or what is going on. A slip from a dally, leaded, "The Situation," will give you au idea-of what we are going tnroui'n witn now, wnicn is sucti au exper- Ienco.iis I nrev God you in sour section may rever be called upon to endure. Tor the four past years our community, State andci;y, have struggled on under a State and City Government, in wnicn the prop- erty-hDlders and tax-payers had absolutely no representation, but which was composed malnW of ignorant plantation negroes and corrup and vicuna whites. Ilia monu ment of their misrule is seen in a State debt of ova-$10,000,000, and a city debt of over $30,0.) 3,000, with an exhausted treasury, a prostrated trsde, and a credit at the lowest ebb,foi the truth of which I refer you to tho quotationscfXiOuislana securities; The peo ple sau and felt all this, and were only buoyed up in lire present Dy their hopes for the future. .Last 4th of .November was looked forward to as the limit of their bondage, and the period when, by a grand uprising, thoy could unite tho Conservative blacks with the Conservative whites, and overttrrow the rule of corruption and in augurate a government of reform. This was dc.no most completely and thoroughly. By a popular vote nearly 22,000 larger than in the pievious election, fully two-thirds of all the Conservative candidates were elect ed, anil we began to breaiho mora freely. 13 ut at this stage of aiUiis an event occur red wlich has no precedent in the history of thie land. A United States Judge of an immoral and dissolute character, whom I myself have seen reeling through my store and abusing us in his drunken anger, was found io pander to the lust for cilice and plunder of the defeated party, and prosti- uue liu ingii uiiice mi euner uase purposes. Without a shadow of right, and writ scarcely the for.ns of law, he pronounces the deci sion of the people of no effect, and declares,- ta spiwi of the sworn returns of ,tne Com missioners of Election, that the negro party 13 elected. He sends United States troops to the .state House to protect the usurpers in their seats: he enjoins tha members of the true Legislature from taking their saris and thus destroys at one blow the liberties of our State. Northern people do not real ize, an 1 will not believe, what this means. But their turn must come. The death of the State of Louisiana shows New York tbat she is mortal, and all the conspirators want in an excuse. I need hardly a id that all business is completely prostrate. We could not be more idle in tho midst of sum mer. Every man looks at his neighbor and says. "What next?" Every man with any money in his pocEet holds fast to it, for he does not know when Jia will see any more. Uur railroad ecterpnses toward lexas, which were in active prosecution, are arres'ed. Capital ists will not advance a dollar on Louisiana sr curities, or invest their money hi a coun try whose Government is in the hands of legro and white adventurers, aud where every grant needed for tho progress of their roads vroula have to be purchased through the Legislature at so much a head. Why will not Northern men in the great finan cial centers see that this state of affairs must react on them, and remonstrate m a voice which ,ue Federal GQiflrnment would bo ' 1 .- . 1 1 0 O . I . ! . l. done, cr the next lour years will see here a ruined community where once was protper- i'y and wealth. larGLISU 311 LHOX AIRES. o A late number of the London Spectator contains an interesting article on this sub ject, with a list of the fortunes exceeding a quarter of a million personally of persons deceased within tho last ten years. This list, ho wever, as tbat journal acknowledges, gives only an imperfect idea of the num ber and. amount of tho great fortunes which have bien transferred by death within that period. One reason, says the Boston Globe, is that I his estimate of personal proprty is certain to have been undervalued by the official ippraisers who are bound to be ex tremely lenient in passing upon the value cf a business, so that concerns so sound as likely tc last for a generation are taxed as if ihey were gotd for or ly two or threo years. As one rale must in justice be applied alike to such proptrrties as Bass' brewery, Roths- cuiids' bank, and the limes newspaper, and similar ones of but a small proportion of their puichasable worth, the discrepancy is easily accounted for. The impossibility, also of making an accurate estimate of the value of the brains employed in any great business, prevents anything liko a relative ly just valuation. Toychargo a concern with the accumulating power which great financial abilities happen at one time to so cure for it, would ha so unfair in view of future contingencies that succession duties would bt abolished in disgut. Other kinds of perso laity, such as libraries, are also un dervalue!, though, on tho average, to a less degree, so that the total estimates arc much lees than real values. It is o'jvious, also, tbat an account which gives only ten persons who, within the past ten years, have died in England leaving more than a million pounds, fifty-three leav ing moro than half a million, and a hundred and sixtj -one leaving mora than a quarter of a million, would, even as regards per sonal property, be an inaccurate test of the number and extent of the fortunes now ex isting, in consequence of the varying scale of accumulation. The Spectator ventures tho .opinion that no private individual in our day, not even the late Baron Jame3 Roths- chiJd, evir possessed such a fortune, estl mating it by tho quantity of wheat it wotdd buy, as one or two of the great Roman no bles. B it between their times and ours, the numlr and extent of groat fortunes have been snudl as compsred with thoso which merchant princes and landed proprietors are now rolling up. If the wealth of the Fuggera, the bank ers of Charles V.. which was sufficient to make thorn princes with sovereign rights, never, as wo are assured, amounted to more than a quarter of a million, while in 1850 sc ireely any Eop lishman, according to the Spectator, could have produced half a mil Hon, the contrast between the fortunes of thoso davs aud ours is strikingly apparent. It slioulc. b3 borr.e in mind, however, and this is u fact which is overlooks! by the Spectator, that the tost of relalivo wealth in diflVciit periods is its purchasing power, so .that these old-time properties wero larger tfian they appear from the bare statement of figures. But even after making allowance for this, there can bend doubt that the number and extent of great fortunes have increased wonder fully sinca those days. Indeed, Emerson declares that the creation of wealth in England in the last ninety years is a main fact in modern hiatoiy. Such is the con stantly ascending scale of riches in that country that the next ten years will doubt less make the exhibit of the last ten seem comparatively trivial. It must be remembered, however, that, "NABHYILLE XJNIQlf A1Q) AMERICAN, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 22, IMS. as uie greater part oi .cngusn wema is in- vested. in land.hesQ estimates of personal j estate give "no ndlcaTo'n of Its actual! amount. Yet even as regards the. latter kind of nropertv. the present exhibit is highly interesting and instructive. Espi clallv bo to Americans, is the mention of the personalty of the late Jpshua Bates at 000,000, Sir Samuel -Cunard, 350,000, and George Peabody, -100,000, v. Idle it is gratifying to know that Sir -Roderick Mur- chlson left tho comfortabb sum of a quar ter of a million pounds, being tho sama amount which is credited to Joseph Gillotr, the nen maker. For once, tho wielder of the pen was as favored in worldly goods as the manufacturer, though ?h it is less satis fac- tory to think that the great scientist owed his wealth 1 0 Inheritance. The mention of Glllolt suggests a fact which is dwelt upon by the Spectator, that English millionaires Invest their wealth largely in what havo been humorously call ed articles of bigotry and Virtue. They are, in many instances, virtuosos, whose mania for collecting amounts to a kind of fine frenzy,thougb the fact that their collections sell under the hammer for much more than thev eavo for them shows that there is method in their mtduess. In this respect they differ from the collectors of tho old school, who had Hula regard for tho fu ture market value .of their purchases, and this fact takes awty somewhat from their claims to artistic sensibility, though it may increase our opinion of their common sense. It is a noticeable illustration, both of the unostentation of tho rich men of England as well as of tho increased frequency of great fortunes, that the list referred to con tains -bo many names unknown, even to the majority of educated Englishmen. Trade of course, has had much to do with their accumulations, yet the passion for dis play, which with us Is apt to attend great commercial lortunes, does not turn their heads. Even calamities are useful in building up the estates of modern mer cantile magnates, and thero is a dash of truth .of Holmes' remark, that "If all tha cities of tha world were reduced to ashes, ycu'd nave a new set of millionaires in a couple of years or so, out of tho trade in potash." Of course all this wealth is a safeguard against the very conquest which it tempts; but whether tho vast increase in material prosperity is accompanied by a correspoudiug interest in higher things, is & question of vital importance for the fu- tore of England. The New York Tribune says of the Louisiana usurpatior.: "Without reference to tho question of abstract right as between Warmoth and Kellogg, it may be truly said that an inferior court in the United States, through a Judge of worse than questionable character, has intervened in a local dispute, and has assumed to decide between con testants to State offices; and this has been dona irregularly, arbitruily, and without any of those forms of deliberation wliicn clothe the Law with its majesty and un questioning respect. Tho decision of the Supreme Court is not unexpected; it will not bo even criticised. But the antecedent proceedings are alarming; tfcey are subver sive of tho fundamental principles of re publican government." The New Tork Herald ssys: "The peo ple of South havo shown every disposition to prove the sincerity of their abandonment cf the heresy of secession and their desire to remain loyal to the Union and to be suffered to live in peace. The Southern citizens have done all that manhood will permit all that manhood should demand to show their nnresarved acceptance of the result of the war of the rebellion, aDd unless their States are to become an Ire land or a Poland they 3re entitled to the sime rights and privileges enjoyed by tLo rest of the Union." NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. C. O. O. Hams, CO. C. Breakfast Bacon, Dried Beef, Beef Tongues, Smoked Pig Tongues. Just out of smoke and for sale low toil e Trade only. HART & IIEXSLEY, it Ho. 72 Nontb SIrtrket Gt. Notice. rjJHE MARKET WILL Bt vliUSbu OS CIIUISTjIAS DAY. But in order to accomraoaate ovo.v ore. It will be open all day on Tuesday. IP HLHillJSll!i AMU 31 AKK.ET.KKS. Tennessee Agricultural and Mechanic Association. THE DIRECTORS OF THE TENNESSEE Agricultural and Mechanic Association car nestly reoue-t that every Stockholder be present at a uieetini:. to be held at the office of the oin- pany, corner ol Cherry and llesderlck streets, On Sntuidny, the lltli Jtiiuiury, 1S73. JNO. II. WILLIAMS, Gen'l Agent. dec22 td OfFiCE OF THE Nashville SLlfe Insurance Co,, 1G JInxwcll HonNP, Kabuville, Tens., December 21, 1872. THE REOUIiAR ANNUAL MEETING OF tho Stockholders of the Nashville Life Insu rance Company will be held at tha Offlco of tho I company on Monday, January 6, IS73, at 10 o'clock a. ii.. for Hie purpose of olectlcz beveu (i) uireciors to serve ior lue year ensuing direct WM. HENRY SMTH, Secretary. doc222w Large Closing Out Distress bale. "V7EATMAN, SHIEI.DS & CO. WILL SELL X '1 uesdav mnrnintr, 21th December, at 10 o'clock, a general well assorted stock of wason ftbln Startle anl Filiicv T)rv nnndfl tn cIorb rnn signments. Thte good? must be fold betore lt proximo. Also an invoico of Clothing, ma le for tne city retail trade, riats, uut stock Xilm mirgs, Kotions and Varletiei, presenting an in ducement to closo dealers. dor.22 2t Exteusivo .Sale of FI110 f arlor and Bedroom Sets. fX FRIDAY, DEC. 27, INST., AT OUR J Auction Room. No. 27 North Collfire street. Oil and Varnished walnut. Oak and varlecated Set'; 3 Parlor Sets, 3 Book CaMjs, Writing Desks, vnairs, etc. xne iroous will be reaU7 tor in spection on Thursday. iTor full particulars, eo hauabills. Terms of sale, 30 aud 0 daye' time. wiui note payable in bank. 11 uakes .v uu., auctioneer. Tirnntr flnml lirnntc- ltr.tn! AllVUtJ UUUU ilgCllia tltiUltU) XO SKI.f. THE PATEST CIIUUS OAS II APPLY TO JIACEY & BROWN, PUBLIC Square, Nashville. Headquarters Wor shamHouKC, Mempliig, Tenn. JAMES BELL. Proprietor's. dcc21 3t Notice of Dissolution of Part nership. THE FIRM OF RICH A KREIQ WAS this day dis'olved, Mr. C. Kn-ig having old his interest in tlie same to Messrs. J. N. Todd and W. IC Miller. The name and stjlo of the now firm will hereafter be KSM, TM e& 0., who assume alllUbilltloBof thooldHrm. Thank ful for the liberi.1 patronage heretofore liestow ed, tlie new firm rcspecttully solicit continuance of the same. RICH, TODD & CO. Havinesold rav interest in the firm of Rich .fc Ercig, I cheerfully recommend the now firm to my friends and tho public onerallv. ceczi iwi CHRISTIAN KREIQ. AMUSEMENTS. A LADIES' FAIR St. Columbia's Church, WILL BK HELD XX THE M&SOXXO EAIifc, December 25, and folloTflng days. A Iiectare by Father Meagher tlie evening ot 1140 open ing at 7 1 o'clock. Tircers of admission, 25 cents. dec22 3t K ,W f.gjW flAAltfl Aft t TO BB GIVEN AT THE MAXWBLL HOUSE, On MoHday, Dec. 23, From 8 P. M. to 1 A. M., FOR THE BEKEFIT OF The KasiivIUo Memorial Society. HAXAGEKS: T. B. Craighead, J. H. Fullton, G. M. Fojjg, Jr., Robt. Fletcher, Alex. Hall, , F. G. DemoTllle, Cunningham. i. u. driver. Wm. Kelly, ueo, PATRONESSES: Mrs. R. B. Cheatham, Mrs. John Overton. Mrs. John Porterfield, Mrs. F. G. Demovtlle, jnrs. uco. unnmngnam, jire. u. a. Jiinney, Mrs. R. C. McNulry, Mrs. Sam. Powers. Mrs. il iry Wilcox, Mrs. Thos. Callender, Jim -ixiiiuu jcwmgi lura. cjouu v. ur-iWn. Mrs. II. B. Buckner. Mrs. G. M. Toe?. Mrs. G. W. Fall, Mrs. Julia Saxo, MTt. Thos. Stratton. Tickets 61.00; Children 60 Ccnta. For sale at McClure'a and Dorman's Mnslc (scores. FLOOR MANAGERS: Prof. C. 1L Cleveland. Prof. O. H. Olfirolnnd. or. declB tr CENTRAL BAPTIST CHMCH. A SOCIAL GATHERING OF THE MEM- A bers aud congregation of this Church will tace piace at uieir nouse or worsnip-oB Slonday Eveniug:, the S3d Inst., for the interchange of congratulations ever past success anu tne brignteningprospcctortleluture ii isnopeu auotnat voluntary ouenngs on that occasion will be sufficient to pay the balance due the pastor at the close of the year. GenerouB contributions for that purpose aro earntstlv so licited. The Sabbath-school children have .entered warmly into preparation tor an interesttig pro gramme, and m re by a unsSgknons vote, have apprupriuuHi ior uieir coniciouuon tne usual cost of a Christinas tree (from S75 to SlOflr. All friends of tho Church are cordially invited to oo present. detl! lw FURNITURE HOUSES. JEV A R 1. T" A i , , , FURNITURE. WE HAVE, "WITHIN THE LAST WEEK, received the larcest, best assorted and prettifst stylos of Goods ever received in this city, which we desire parties needing to cal and examine. Wa have on hand all the Eastern patterns of Parlor, Chamber and Dining' iioom buits, etc., OPjotty Toy 3tei For Children's Christmas Gifts. FANCY UPHOLSTERY, Etc. cheaper Uin tho cheapest hooad in t2a State. uiyo na a can beiore buying. BttADFOKD KICnOL, 25 end 27 North College Street, decS lm NASHVILLE, TENH. JJENJjST R. R. FREEMAN, D. D. S., So. 110 CHUKCJ& Htreet, (3 doors east of SIcKcndreo Church "A.Vl t . O . . . SST to 1 p.M.: from 2 to C iiuuir o a. n. P.M. oc5 ly sat.snn A. tues PHYSICIANS. im. ii. jti. ciaurxs OFFICE HOUKS: Bhas removed his office and T to 9 A. K. 2 to S P. it. 6 to 3 P. X. grosldenoeto QH Cedar St., Enear tho Square, Nashville, n Jan7 ly sat&m OOKSjANDST AN OPPORTUNITY! W. T. BERRY & CO., Booksellers & Stationers, FEJULIC SQUARE, IXnTtns in rtd o rranncnionts to Re move to flie Uiilon mid American lialldliiGT, opposite the Maxwell Xtonse, early in January, proiioso till then to offer their OP BSOSS, STATIONER PICTURES, Etc., Eto. AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. Sucli an array of first-class English Literature is rarely to be seen In ono House. ST Our present Store-room will bo occupied byMcCDLLOCH, HAG Alt & CO., Wholesale aud Betad Druggists, after our removal. dec7tf BOOKS RY SUBSCRIPTION. AGENTS- WANTED. The Master Spirits of the World, AND The Treasure House of America. The Groat liook of the Tear. Assents report sales of 25 to 100 copies In a few nours or oays. jtrosfeotus fujie. .auuress j. w. ooospei:;), Now York, Chicago, Cinclitnatl, St. Louis, New uricans. sep uu REAL ESTATE AGENCY. Cheap Sdgeiield Lets. WE ARE OFFERING Twelve Lots for Sale. in Payne's Addition to Edgefield, at a great bar gain, either lor cash or on reasonable time. dec21 eodtf Agents. For Sale.. QEYERAL BEAUTIFUL RESIDENCES, In South Nashville, West Nashville and Edge field, at greatly reduced prices. Now is a good time ior renters 10 uuy wno want to save money. ARRINGTON, FARRAK & WEAKLEY. tioci eoutr For Bent for 1873. juargo and small, in tne city ana in Edgefield; Storehouses,. Oflices, Betvoouis. Also, several arms. ARRINGTON. FARRAR & WEAKLEY. nov27 eod tf Agents. Money! Money! Money! NUMBER OF PARTIES Desire to Borrow Honey On Real Estate Securities or on eood Collaterals. Thoso having money to loan would do well to call on us. I Hill -T. a T) T . TJ a- ill A TTT 1FTT nov27 eod tf Agent), . nashville, tenneesse, No; 5Tfortfc Colleg"gfree6r THE DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY the United States for MiadTe O-'enasssee. or CAPITAX.... $300,000. oo.oec. DIRECTORS: H. BURNS, o. IC P ARSOS. miohaklVauohh, a. a.Wuia ' a. i. DEMqsa. w. y. steiorr, EecetTesDepoalt; deals In" Foitttgn and Do mestic Exchange, Gold, Sihrer and Gorenunent Securities. Collections made and remitted for on day of payment at current rate of Exch&nea. Berenne Stamps for al. K. BURNS, W.C. BTJTTERFIELD, President. AssU't CasMer. junllsptf ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Treasurer of State. WE ale "authorized to anounce F. A. GAINESI. of Davidson, as a r.anrtMatn for Treasurer ot the State of Tennessee, before the ensuing General Assembly. ,y decl7to For Secretary of State. TTTE are authorized to announce T. O'N. VV T L-T? I.-TVL' TTTmt ... . f f a uuuuio, ui iiuudiusuu, usa canuiaaco for Secretary of State before thp ousulng Gene ral Assembly of the state of Tennessee. novzi le 'E are anthorlrcd to announce JA8. H. NEIL, of Bedford, as a candidate for Ho retary of State, before tho ensuing General AEseinoiy. devKi to For Comptroller of the Treasury. WE are authorized to announce GEN. JAMES .T.iDUNIiAB as r. candidate for comptroller or tne Treasury before the ensuing Genoral Assembly. novlfi te For Door-Keencr of the Hob9o of Representatives. WE are authorized to announce J. J. SMITH, of Marshall countv. as a candidate far Doorkeeper of the House of Representatives at uio ensuing session oi me uenerai Assembly. PROVISION DEALERS. mrt&SleyT' PORK PACKERS, IMM DEALERS. AJTD Carers of tlio celebrated C.C.C. Hams. Bulb Meats, Ilncon, "Know Flatto Pas iryiiiru- m nil Alio varlons pack, ajres. xizi 'llercfb, Half Barrels, Ketrs aad Backots, Uriea Beef, Beef Toncnt-s. etc, etc.,coD8tantlyou baud at tlie Loweut Tlur Ket Kates. SPECIAL NOTICE. Owing to the superior qnality and wide-spread reputation'of our brands of "C.CC. Hams" and "Snow Flake Pastry Lard," we. have, asa matter of security and protection to our selves and customers, had them copyrighted and duly registered in the Library of Congress at Washington. All persons are therefore warn ed against imitating, counterfeiting or using said brands or names in any way. HABT & HENSLEY, 73 south market Street. Ho, decS Zm DRUGGISTS. ATTENTION! ATTENTION !! f DON'T GO TO DRUG HOUSES TVHEKE they charge war prices, but call on G. W. HENlBRSHOTT, the old reliable Druggist, corner of Cedar street ana tne square, wuere you win una a rresn sup iilvof pure Drun, fine Chemicals and choice Toilet Articles (many of my own manufacture), all tlio II nest imported extracts for tho handker chief: also davoriuz extracts of all kinds. Just received a .largo supply of White Lead, Oils, Uiass ana rutty, v amisnes ana uye-f-tuns. KT Ph-sicianl, ordrrs filled with neatness and dispatch. Pure Medicines dispensed at all hours, day or night, by a competent prescrlptionist. In short, everything sold nt moderate prices. Call and see us before purchasing elsewhere. dec4 lm REAL ESTATE AGENCIES. H08. HADWBLL. A. W. JOHNSOS, Jn. nil t irnVsT t TftTrvcnv Sr nn Heal Estate A&rents, WILL ATTEND TO Buying, Selling and Renting ox rroperiy, Alfio to tho rfcotintlnff of .Loans, And will make OAH ADVANCES o improper ly or iveum wuerc parues ueaire iu Office, No. 42 Cedar Street, NEARLY OPPOSITE POSTOFPICE. oecism MISCELLANEOUS. Receiver's Notice. A LL PERSONS INDEBTED TO It. H. 4. Uroomcs & Co., or B. H. Oroomee, are re quested to call ana settle uieir laueoteuness. xt U hoped tint parties indebted Drill call at oncb, as the decree of the Chancery Court re-iulres that the business shall be settled up. The Ke- ctlver can be found at his office, No K North Cherrv street. ISAAC LITTON, declO 2w Koceiver. Trustee's Sale. ON SATURDAY, DEC. 21, 1R72, at 10 o'clock a. a., at People's Bank Building, copier uncrry ana union streets, tne losiowing projKrry will be sold for cash at public sale: The Fix tures, Desks, Counters ana Office Equipments of tne I'eome s nans, lnciuainc aiso a vaiuaoie Llllie's Patent Fire and BnrgTar Proof Safe. decl9 tds G. P. THBDSTON, Trustee. Notice. As S I AM CHANGING MY BUSINESS, all persons Indebted to the Arm of J. BLOOM STEIN will please come at once and settle. decl8tf J. BLOOMSTEIN. Two Large Halls for Rent. THE NEW THEATRE, CORNER OF Union and Summer streets, by the night, month or Year. AUo, the largo Hall at present occupied by tho Odd Fellows, from 1st of January; nas two small rooms attached. J. IU11KJI AN. Dec 7, 12. rteca im For Sale or Rent, mHE SOUTHERN HOTEL AT CLARKS . Tenn. The House Is In rood rernlr. is X vllle, Tenn. verv larce. well built and well arraneed. The present stock of Furniture can be had on moder ate terms. Apply to G. A. HENRY, or W. H. DBANB, decS till janl At Cla'ksvllle. Administrator's Notice. HAVING BEEN APPOINTED AND quali fied Administrator of the estate of Noah Crane, uecu, an ersoiis on me sain estate are herobv notified to come forward and settle" and thoso having claims against the estate are re- I quested to present the same within the time t re-' scribed by law, or they will b forever barred. MEDICAL, MORPHINE HABIT fpdily cured by Dr. Heck's only known and sure Remedy. NO CHARGE treatment cured. Call on or address DR. J. C. BECK, 112 John Street, CUfCISS'ATI, OHIO. decl7 deow2er &r2t deM9,56 tW ? tf A BUT A n"d nTTTTYEI ( FINK PAGES ( ViUA iVlii W il U Ulllijl J PLATES A prlrit0coua.e;ortina raimM oruou aooQiio m.rrr. Thm dl.A.ri hlrh oonttltute impedlmenu to marrlsg ;caa.e, ear.. All IS"! Ite doubtfulor lnani.lUT vUh to kuftw. Seal MCUtV Kklxl, rorSOCU.bj W!TTlIt,61? Bl. Charlei tu St. LonLt II.. Longeit ecg&cd i&oit laccci .till 8peltil.t of CsBi&Uuiasorf Am;Uettrtt. 6aUorvriM,itmp. May 18, 72da;wly Wkakxzss, Desponden cy, Bashful- nefs, Syphilis for a speedy cute of these or other ailments of a private nature, call or send stamp for private circular of advice to both sexes. Ad dress Box 11., Western Medical Institute, 137 Svcamore street, Cincinnati. O The remedies are so certain that no pay will be required of responsioie persons ror treatment until cured. A visit to its Museum will convince you that this Institute is the one sure one In the United States to cure Syphilis and Kestoro Manhood. 11 deod&wtf for KGAlSALES. Trustee's Safer BT VIRTUE OF THE POWEB-QIYElf jrE by a Deed of Trut executed to' me by W; 8. wiuuiavasi, on we zwt aay or .November. 1871. and duly ref iatered In the Register's office of Da- Tuesday, Jaauary 1, '1S73, At the Cours-house door In the city of Nashville, between the hours of 10 and 12 o'clock . for cash. a. lauu Biiumcu on me rioiensvule Turnpike, about one mile and a half from the city of ftashville, containing by survey 18 acres uu ur more parucuiar uoscrlp tionot said land and 5ta lvinnrtrio ooit X. iu cuuuuicns oi saia tnut, reference ;? "?,UD eeu,regisrere'i as arove stated in the BeglSter's Office of Davidson? 3bunty. The vivyaLtj in w unuer nooa lence, ana nas a foun dation on It which costtweUe hundred dollars. , . H. O. GKIFFIN, Trustee. AGRICULTURAL JMPLEMENTS. cherry, mmmn & co., PBOPKIETOBS wsmjamsm ms, Southeast Corner Church and College Streets, Nashville, AND StoYe'&Hollow-Tvare Foundry MANUFACTURERS OF - j Wagons, Carts, Wheelbarrows, Furniture Moth-proof Cedar Chests, and Cedar Wardrobes, etc. Rock Work furnished to order XUR "TEXKES8EK "WAGON" IS RAPID- V ly taking the lead In this section and south oi m re. we use none but the best materials in our w ork, and are determined to make It equal to, if:i 'tsupenor, to any work in the country. uar- -uiiio now" is miiy ntty per cent cheap er than any plow offered of equal service. We lurnuh ail kinds of plow castings at low rates. Extra inducements oflered to the trade here ana to wnoicsaia dealers at other points, deel eod3m. LOTTERIES. sour! State lottery. Iffallzed by Stale Anthorlty &Hd urawH la f abJle la HUXoais. Grand Single Number Scheme 50,000 NUMBERS. Clasa 3C to beDrawn Xieeember 31, 1872. 5,830 Prizes, Amounting to $300,000. 1 prize of... ..$30,000 1 prize of..... 13,150 1 prize of..... 10,000 lprizo of..... 7500 4 prizes ot..... 5,000 4Drlzesof..... 2.500 i00 prizes of.. 9 prizes of.. 9 prizes of.. 9 prizes of. . 9 prizes of.. 30 prize of. SO prizes of.. ISO prizes of.. 100 . 1,000 . 600 . 800 . 850 . 800 . 150 . 100 10 20 prizes or..... 1,090 20 prizes of..... 600 40 prizes of..... 50 5,000 prizes of. Tickets, $10. ealf Tickets, $5. tuariers, a.oo. r-r w maw uua m. UJ U1W J uitiV, are always drawn at th.3 rime named, and all drawings are under the supervision of sworn commissioners. KfThe offlclaUrawlng will be published in tha St. Louis pajjsrg, and a copy of drawing sent to porcnasorg-Di ucKets. 07"We will draw a similar scheme the last day ox every montn a urine tne year lmz. r Remit at our risk by Postofflee Money Or ders, Kegisterad letter, Draft or Express. Send ior a circular. Aacreag POTtoflce Box 3,418. ST. LOUIS, MO. Dec 3 ead&wly tGP8,thnrg iSsat HATS AND EURS. CEOUD AKD SUNSHINE. Oppressed with grief, oppressed with care, A burden more than I can bear, I sit mo down atd sigh. My Hat is shabby, brown the band, The binding gone, the lining torn, Who can my need supply? And, backward as I cast my view, What misery I have suffered, through This Hat, no words can tell. 'Twas always heavy, hard, and coarse, (I buy no other from that House,) And only "made to tell." But now I'm happy, care all gone, By grief oppressed no moro. What boon Hath given me instant rest? This Hat so licht with texture rare (I bought U on the Public Square,) 'Tis Wain & Walker's best. WAIN & WALKER, LHats, Caps aud Ladies' Furs, 31 Fabllo Square. detfrtf stockholders' meetings. Widow and Orphan Fund Life Insurance t'o. THE ANNUAL MEETING or the Stockhold ers of this Company, for the purpose of elect ing Directors, will be held at the office of the Company, Lewis Block, corner of Church and Summer streets, Oa tbo flnt day of Jaanary 1873. decl5 2w T. L. MARSHALL, Sec"y. Second National Bank, Xashville, Tenn. fTlHE ANNUAL MKETINQ of theSharehold- I 1 11 .... 1. - 1 I ( At I .j... era 01 uiis .uau wiu uu nuiu iu uieir uuw, inthia city, on Tuesday, Jaunnry 14, 1S73, between the hours of 10 a. 21. and 2 r. si., to elect a Board of Directors to serve tho ensuing year, dedl td W. B. DORTCH, Cashier. Fourth National Bank, mHE ANNUAL MEETING ot the Sharehold- X ors of this Bank, for tlie purpose of electing Directors, will be held at the Banking House, In this city, on Tnesday, tbe 11th January, 1873. JNO. PORTERFIELD, Cashier. decll lm Third National Bank of Nashville TEC. 12. 1872 THE ANNUAL MEETI.nG U of the Shareholders of the Third National Bank of NashvUle, will be held at their office, in this city, on Tuenday, Jnnnnry 14, 1873, between tbe hours of 10 a. m. and 2 r. m , to elect five Directors to serve the ensuing year. decl3tde EDGAR JONES, Cashier. First Kat'l Hanli of rtashvllle, Tens. rnHE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE Stock A. holders of this Bank will be held at the office of said Bank, on Tuesday, Jauniiry 14, 1873, for tha purjrase of electing seven Directors to serve the ensuing twelve month'. W. O. BUTTERFIELD. declaim A Cashier. Office of Tennessee & Pacific Railroad Company, f ASHVILLE, TENN., DEO. 3, 1872-A 1.1 metting of the Stockholders of the T. & P. n. R. Co. is called to meet at the ofllce of the Company, in the city of Nashville, on Friday, Jan. 3, 1S73, "for purpose of considering and providing means" to discharge in full the daut In curred In purchase of the State's Interest in this Road, nnder provisions of act of the General Assembly, passed March 28, 1872." decOTm R. W. 2 HXKR. Sec. and Treas COAL AND COKE. CHEAP COAL. HAVING TAKEN AN INTEREST IN THE spacious Coal Mines of Kentucky, known as the St. Bernard Mines, on the EvansviUe and Henderson Railroad, and having control of the disposition ol said Coal all south of Springfield, Robertson county, Tenn., we are determined te furnish Nashville, Edgefield, and tho surround ing country and tnxns, so cheap as to put fires in the reach of the ponr as well as the rich. We can furnish a superior article and abun dant supply. OlHce, coraer Ualoa sad Cherry Eta. jy26 tf MADISON STRATTON & CO. I -JS, I E fx B 1 a a a t t . ' r- r o D. 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LoisyiLiil55iAEu AND Great Southern AND SOUTH & If 0RTH ALA1A1A O1,01?0 0CT- 27f 1872, TKAIN3 hfty?a7iilfsi frum L. A N.K.B. De pot, Xoith GoUogB Street, m follows: 8:15 sVn Suny, for Decatur, 5:00 f;, ia:,y,forNew Orleans. Mobn. Nw Orleans and Mobile tU MSgSti? betweea & Grille andjColombla, iptyx. between Nvtlle and dinmh( i'Ofi A MT,dal,7' fOT IulSTille, has siea l.W in? Car ftmn rhtf.,'r? thronzhtotouiSTllle.attr iuuaul2 5'Sfl A-1J,- HJTlDr LotasTtne, has Sleea- to 2fl5 terme". daU7 xee' HcHOay, for Loa- &13A.M. train arrives at It & a Jnactfon tone mlla north of Decatur, )3:to p. aioSes toect connection with M.'jfc aE. E. trttofor Huntrrille and points East. ior &00 p.m. train arrives at Decatur at 10:06 r. M., connecting jwith 10:10 y. x. train on SL c. K. R. forHuntsville and points East "Bota? 'West on JI. & c. R. R. leave De catur at 12:48 a. it. and 11:45 a. k. 1M a x, &30 a x and 2:15 r x trains for Lonls TflletconBct with trjln with th mtSSSi Sr0??7 0ttched. for HUIxinS.W a ttr " . ""h nana ana west. All trains named abovA vfli n.. . -1 . S?.81 De?ot' on JTorthColtoe street but will stOD at Jnnctlnn nfV n .ITV. f5i Eallrosds and at V. a n. Waii-TWITY on and let ofrprssenzers. " "8 Tickets will K niii v . . No.M6,whiieaveTc,Uruaee to attend to business before return- Trains arrive at Nash villa as follmnc Hew Orleans. Mobile C-'MA m; from Decato,f:Eopii;fromo X, from aUvUle and'tS Kast an,d Zfh 8 a r ana 4:45 f x. ' t-V j-icsea, itaggage Checks, and irther lnlormaHnn. t. .r'. . 4 Office. nnd Mi.'.i JZ'J-'"?V Depot, North CoUege street. ' Also at N. O.' .Byroad Depot, Church street, and at N. C. andN.&D. Junction. South Nuahiut . Junction, South NashvlUe. OCZTtf w. it. KINO. G. p. t. J St. Xrouls Bhort Idie. (CONSOLIDATED.! 88 f?J1Ie1,.thB ''bortiMt, ad mt. St. JLeals, and mil Pofet WKSr and SOUTH. Time tost. XhIs oaly 15 Hoar. WE TABLE IK I2TECT SEPT. 29, 1872: LouUThTPurh Exprew leaves at 8:30 A. HopklnsTllIe and Memphis Express leave at ??jT$;.Um M Polata Wert id North. BamiTR rhwVH .i T, r tion given at Transfer Office. Maxwell HnSJT ana at uouege street DenoL Ask for TickeravlA "St. Louis Short Line." J. F. nOY71. n.nml Bnnn. x W. B. DAVENPOET7 Qe"ne7altS AgSt 8tLoais,Memplils, feliYille AND CHATTA500GA Central Short Xdae. mBAINS KUN TO AND TEOS1 CHUB OH 8treet Depot ae follow.: Uauil UAT2. ChBtbumunTmU. " ....in 11 1 1 r W-tf" Except aunday. 130 r'n. 0 JO r.su Dallv. ias Meffiukla aad Ht U A.3. Dally. 5oTv 2:15 r it. Sundays Excepted. 13 hours to Memphis tours to St. Lonlt . u diuapuu wimout chanirs. anorust rontn tn Votd- rw.. rc L Sleeping Cars from McKeniie. Time 20j hours. Shelbyrllle Accommodatlaa. UAV38. ..nn.. 8J0 f.k. ExceDt Snndav. in-m . 78 miles shorter toifemphlj than ThfDecatnr than 10O miles shorter to aJLoXthaa BUU mny soars quicker. 3V- SLEEP INQ CARS avinn, icvn it. train to Chattanooga, and 3:15 p. x. train HlODtll. A H. RohlnanT, TIV. A ir weH House, T. M. Cunningham Church Street Depo4 r . S, Qen'l 8upu janMtt uen 1 nd T. Agent. IHIIMDPABIillJOjU), suinxrx schedule. ON AND AFTER THURSDAY, S2PT. 12th. Trains will ran rtifr,.?0.' edlaa follows: JV Ja Leaves Lebanon at..............7ao A. Arrive t Vohiiii. ..TT Leavei Nashville at....V.V."V.."I ru Arrlvea at Lebanon at. aid pji. Price's Stairea laam rb.A . V Vi-v -' on T nesdays Xh ursdsys and Saturdays. Arrive at Lebanon at 5 o'clock A. x. on ilondays, Wed nesdays and Fridays. jy3 f Prest and KcTf- HOTELS. COMMEBCIAl MOTEL ! J.G. FULQHUM, Prop'tor, Oerao Casnj aad Cedar Street KA8HTH.L.E, TEZflf. JAXES A. HOLT, JASM A. 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