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NASHVILLE UNION AND AMERICAN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 23. 1873.
j . pM a mm IIIUjMgAMKjygJIIUUU'"-''' Ml MlrWfl'WI rr 11 II liflMWHlllHllllMWmHW" i mm mMM) AMERICAN fi StT ?K;, icPrcsentation-The nced for thefra.nk- nm wuw"' zzs:z iLLJa.iiMJ -J,,i"r."'. -ttStncAew or iKortd puts it, tae i- Tirivilee in the era of comparative- .. iui ..ii r WiHIBJinV ,. px-opcr point from bick to judge the lyfeV newspapers hen it wa inaug- moSodT fAU1, iiLW iTX '--j-called "repeal" movement, is to con- umtea -was muck greater than now. If : " AT THE CONFISCATED COTTON AMUSEMENTS. BOOK NOTICES. TUESDAY. IKCT3IUKK 23, IS? NASHVILLE CITY BUSINESS LIST r'.lnv lifiw if. will nfTH-,- nnf. ilinir rhp. I -i m. . i .- ."!. I ... T....,.irv tntn iliet OncrnticnS OfUie I - r a 3 rffcTVT "5"T1 T-T A 1" .T . 'no l.n :l nlcau tout of hands, and says cessors, but the members of the pres. n --nif. fi.- manifested bv Cotton Bored.i-Tiie & nEXEPif op the he lias aQicau jkiu ul nanus, . o t.i.u.wuvmKiij v pauo tion against tiic press mannc3tca ny that he will not plead the statute of eat Congress. It is very easy for men Bc- .utlcr a,otlier Radical leaders, ' . - i A T - . . a . j 1. - i i v . i limitations. Bos Tweca niaac a smu- w oe virtuous ai tup expense 01 tnose the newspapers of to-day keep the peo- rroiutucew lar protestation, as to his hands, and he who oonie after them. Therefore thp plc pretty well posted about public mat- "Washington, D is now in tiic penitentiary respect which Congress jiays to the foinga 0f public officials! J " - . universal demand for "repeal, will bo rni, : fv;n nriviW. wmiirl never o1?1 T.rrwo, The Xmxville Chronicle, the Rcpub- FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE Mrst Baptist lmrcii, V. T. BERRY&Co. nmravvriA't: Tn.mmRmv. UU ' J IfTn. R Union and American Block, Chorry TT.,,-n . ot., opposite a.u-Ycii uubu Bakers and Confectioners. U II. KI.DKIDfiE. 85 Church ktrect. JIBS. (IKO. (iKKlU. 4-' Union street. JUX1KKMASS Jfc CO.. W PulillcjuaW. till AO. llUIiMlll.. -J .-. aiiuivi.siivi. (1. II. WESSEL, 32 K. College Ktrccti Boole and Shoes. B. M. EATHEBI.Y, 61 if. College slrcot. CIIAS. II. HAIiIi, 47 If. College ttcei. 40I1X IIOIiAHAX, 9 Union street. HANKY HBO., 03 Church street. Jfl AiUUKS lor ill I tllU J. km. Juuiwui AcqnircrtbyW.E. Cltnmllcr nncl lals Associates. From thcXew York Suu Dec. 18. .Senator iV. nffnrncl a rresnln- VWlUUUj J. ,vv.a., , -. , , i ' -r i -ii v r"lu'u""'uu"'6;'" i' . Mon on the lOtli inst; requesting tne r ane I1TU1Kmg privilege ouiu x Of the Treasury to xnrnisn m- rM.mr1s,1eetio . choice collec- t L ivii CO . ? K. Chcrrvstrcet. a 1 tiiAnoiiKAii t(i rtvrnr tipiunn -r i -? i 1 1 -! 11 . . 1 1 1 j a i.u. mM- 1 1 -1 i- 1 v tiviu l w i auio ivii ki imu 1 vw.i - 1 - - - t nfauf T.m,i(sw saw v nave ecn repeaiea out ior wuuiu- wniBiuuu m ivgu'41 w hi Xrticlw.iiiiitablotottcholMays.wlllbeflf- tionof STilNDABD L1B1UKY BOOKS.sall- . T lican organ 01 xmw. x v- rcpcal themselves. It was Ben ni.nona nwrvofTod nndor it the cotton seized m the boutn alter the 1CrCd at ab low figures as can he purchased el?c- ,.,vT;Ttr.Bwn:T.Tifi?:no6KSFORTiiE Clothxnn and Gents' Furnishing Goods, iThe fact that the Bar al ocr the BuU fath a fto or- . t bacb 1 r close of the war, the names of the offi- jrhc .h MmvSrK HOLIDAYS. Among them arc the following- S. roiVKBS A SQX, 20 Public Square. country ij usiv?,ju- 'r-'- " 1 ,-, .7. , ;. - ... - , , . r ., , CCrS man-inir nuiimco ti 10 occasion , will abo be oucrcil at low ;inces. x- ,T.' T,,SW AVU iuns' confirma- Pay 5id advance gi-abs, and it is the which were smufrcrled into the mailii , fho Pntfon. l,v itefrehmcnt Table. Dinners iml s linn. garded." ' " ' hjG.OOO bill Tnr. Pitlsburah Post makes this bill looks lil statement: "The Constitution of 1S3S the old salary NEWSPAPERS. A. THS BEST PSjGSEN That a husband can give to hls"nrit' ' U rccelc . : . t 1101 vil ti I L&n ioraycar ssuocriiiuuuvf,w w ' JIKISTIM OBSERVER f. hsivo noon nim. I . -i .1- .. ... : ..J. n ....i BlUlLiiiviiui vvj.iv.. - . - - - - K . . uut,u - i- 1 resolution WuH lOIU UVd ttb wiu itimtau wa3-adopted uy a imgonty oi awoui uiuunuiw " a"- lsnca, ratner man repeal urn iaw iusuxx UC l)riitl HH .111.11 IWiU Tableaux and JIusic every evening, com- (0 thf present one by not less than nounccu oy tne people. xmx ies us 3co Bat the punishment of itaaicai cnmi- uoraon again caueu n up auu ,000. The Supreme Court was op- how fitr it affects the pocket, of pres- lials, defaulters, etc., haa become a prac " "jSSgTSat 5 ed to both. Judges don!tvant con- cnt members, the virtuous repealers. tical impossibility with a -party the ma- mati9n had akeacly bcenf umished; but THE SECOND ANNUAL BALL ic advance Ue- ighed. rather than reocal tiic law itself. nf FWtor BoutwclL To-dav Senator me"f" t '? rt.ii.imn. 1. sn,, tiri.Pt. i..u' ..i.mpl.vnni.l,. f.h-n, nouncod bv the neoitle. But let us 3ce Tinf . n;e1mimit nf Itartircil crimi- Gordon arain Called it up and linked sj.cO. Jccif lw Wavcrley Kovels "... ... i- .. ... 1 j... :t ..frt ... f -. -1- . that it miffhtbe considered. Air. Jfckrat-1 ... . . . . , T 175,000, posed Rf.it lilioiiB thev are the law and the prophets." The Illustrated Lever. iSvols. Cloth. 43voK Half calf. Irving's Works. 28 vols. Half calf. ortliclruu .Zoiililcn' Uiiiorl U'o. C5,of Buhvcr's Jfovels.43 vols. Half calf. V...lll I a - i..i 1; i u r . .i nedsoasnot to men . , passage oy man uouy "y ,uvai repeal ot iranmng amounieu w uwnwnnrt.antV 1 '"t g r Wilson returned days on tbe Pj:csi:icnt"s table before re-. We doubt that a solitary contractor on- on the joint request of Senators Howe " , I imiTino I110 oinmnrilVA t hrt M rtliert ll II I - . I ---4-y. -i 4- li o. m 4iAlA AAtlTltwr 1f . make a difference with him as NEW ADVERTJSEPtlENTS. Supreme Court at Nashville. IfOK-IlESIDEXT NOTICE. vs. Jr.o. B. Itogcr3 ct ala. Edgcworth '6 (JH&i Maria) Works. 10 vols. Calf. Plutarch's Lives. Dryden's Translation. 6 vcls. Jlooro's Poetical Works in 10 volumes. Calf. irpnti.' rnetieal Works. 8 vols. Calf. Wordsworth's Poetical Works. C vols. Calf. Byron's Poetical Works. Murray's hc&t edition. 1U VOIS. U.IU. Moore's Life of Byron. Murray's best edition. b vois. j-Mi. China. Glass and Quecnswarc. HICKS. IIOUSTOX & CO., 51 f. College mid 45 Public Square. Dntggists. X. H. COl'SESS & CO., corner Broail and Cherry streets. Furniture Manufacturers and Dealers WEAKLEY & WABBKX, 10 and 11 K. College Bt. Hats and Gents' Furnishing Goods. JOld' H. MeKEE A HO., 3 Union street WA1X k WALKER. 21 Public Square. .Ifoqp Skirt Manufactory and Ladies' ixooas. 0. LOYEHAX A CO., 1G Public Square. Millinery. MBS. TYXES, 21 K. Summer street. Mattress Manufacturer. ED. II. HILLEIS, 1 North College street. I Of Louisville, one of tha largest and J fnmllr religions new spajicrs , ricjuj -- uncctarlan, containing articles on i-ractlcal re llffton from tome of the ablest ministers in,UiC Mrnth. able editorials, stories for the young, re ligious news from all the lothei ""ftXS miscellaneous, eocmju - departnicuw, general iiikiuhouh, nlilrSeti. for specimen copies tsent Tree to any address) tTOtftlJiing list of premiums, write to A. & P. i. COA'VJSKMl msr dccWdS-fi- LOUISVILLE, KY. REAL ESTATE SALES. OF THE did the barking and biting tVVaWTAV ,rn,.rnnfl nmlersinllair WorJ: luiraicu i.islui u i.i,Hi.M.M 1 . liest Period. 8 vols. Cloth. J0S v L0I8EAU & CO., 21 JT. Cherry btreet The ialand .of Ste. which ilaifshdl BaKiiue twenty 3ears' "seclusion cutcd, lies off Cannes in the Mediter- raneinSca. It is strongly .,! ?o fmiinniL na lu?n fur olov o - " - - 1 ' 1. 41ifif. Inc. "Rn41irs tirw rate of S6.000 "Der Tear or dorMimonts. The tllV Ail VlliilKll J A t-O V I ' A- I toxic snhvnx the "Man in the Iron 3500 per month will give each member Houses numbering 37(5, this would and some ot tnem remain tnere to ims they can or have, ,5. Srof c "a 0,87,375. itote..ti-. xA's s3s4sKrrj' r T- I Rhnrt of t,hf ondeimiod b.oUU a vcar. this .allowance should be nut in somen t. xi ., r m ,11 I r.imk of tin Sunrcme Court A -vit"miii?t nf 4h. V.v5 niri Motik . liuvul'u iuc uucu ui uiwuiuu u. A member or uic ays jjiu . i.um8 gucll is tlie pitiful ctent of the reduc- shape that Congressmen cannot pocket Jay Cooke, deposited in the banking Committee of the s House ot Itepresen- i. ffccts fte lllcmbers who it, it would amount to an increase of house of the Cookes in this city and id- tatives is reported by the ashington "repeal." They salarj with the unscrupulous. Official lowed to rmam there untU March 30, correspondent of the CtHcmiiat Com- , . , . nA . c,n- l J .. . . . 1868, when it was covered into the IZrinl to lnvesddthatif the distillers retain the whole 500 except 12o, a stamps, imavailable for any otherpur- Tl.casur b a joint rcsolutionof Con- hic!I toliacs.iidthatittheuistuicis R .n tl, nf u. T)ur- fLn m;i;ir ihlic. documents. J 1 J JOS. E. L0I8EAU & CO., 21 JT. Cherry btreet t,6i,,al Ie" Manufacturers of Furs and Dealers in I XT t I volumes. Ifafaanrf Gcnfa' Goods. LASDE & BBO- 21 Public Square. ,TC0 Illus- Goethe's Faust. Translated by Bayard Taylor, lvol. 8vo. Music and Musical Instruments. B. DORJIAX Jt CO-83 Church street. Plumbers, Gas and Steam Fitters. 1IEXDERS0X BBO'S A CO., 73 X. Cherry sUect. BY VIRTUE OF A TRUST DEED, DULY registered in the Regkter'8 0 r of the county of Davidson, Tcnn.,in ook 45. page 30-J anil 310, and executed to me. ""."fVd July, 1S71, by the Tennewce AF,cuK,nrJ?J?i Alechanic'AsWiationas indcmu.ty and securi- to W. A. Cheatliam, D. K-Jty"?X' J A.Ums, John II. Williams, W- H Jackson, J. M. Hamilton, Hiram Vaughn, Robr- C roster R. IL Gardner, Thomas B. Jb"Mn'n?1,0,mhr! Chadwell, X. K. Griffin, B. F. Cockrlll, John Ovcrton and E. B. EllUtpn, against loss as bCT tiesnK)n certain liablllUes of said AssociaUonV specifically set ont i said trust deed, I jlll pro ceed to sell, by request of said securities, to the liighest bidder, at the Fair Grounds, near Xash viflc, on Saturday, Jaq. 10, 1874, at 12 o'clock x.. all the lands embraced in said trust deed, and being all the real cstoted owneil by said Tennessee Agricultural ami Mechanic SSOCllUUU Wll.llll m . " together with all the improvementstlicreon, up on the following terms viz.: One-third of the purchase money in cash, and the balance In two equal Intalments at C and 12 montlis, by note, with approved security, and bearing interest from date, and a Hen retained upon the land, and improvements sold to P?'"1 thereor. The sale to be free from the equttyo "Si011- MICHAEL TAWHET. Trustee r LITERATURE. Clerk of tho Supreme Court. Jfa'hvllle. Tcnn., Dec. 22, 1873. dec23 oawlt Pholonravh Galleries. Cvclonxdia of the Best Thoughts of Charles c. C. OIEBS, 45 Union street. J t.' 1 1 a -n In pnni.v. mrnpr Cher and HO, FOR CHRISTMAS! GO TO Dickens, lvol. 8vo. I Poetical Quotations from Chaucer to Tennyson. y 0. iiusiiu iiiuuuc. Hand-Book of Uie Catliedrals of England, with illustrations, o. uis. Etch- & ANDERSON'S FOR Tho Comic History of Home, with Illustrations. By A'Bcckct. ition ot :ui additional tax. t 12 . T5oq;.ioq the larse way would be the good oidpianoi elect- here and became the attorney of claim- justlapcr cent. 5esidcs, thiaige . Jhoncstmen only M 0ur fathers .mts wLo had cotton claims to prose- TiivW.iBhmMmvnvanrtruliiitiftlifi mmovitvof thcprCSentC.Olljrress.havinc' ,-fr. ...i : 1. it. j- t ; .1nnflrl frfllll fhl Inst. nn. nllOW- I 1 II I ! K.4-.ll P ntnnilnn I iiwtiL llilL l wvn't tilt 1 u 1 ( ( t oun. jimowu i ijvcii i .jvv..li .... w , . n .i-i 1 : :..ia ... I ,i -nf-!? flm t.wn vmirs nf back nav-l Gen Grant went to St. Louis to fl no eiaima-t has ever vet been able CHimTHIAS SUFPIiLES. Dodil A Anderson Iinvc cvcrjtnluff -ow wnni. KJ-Call Tor CHRISTMAS TURKEYS onAVcd iicsday next. ai Cor. Woodland and Tulip sis., Edgefield Old Court Life in Fnuic 2 vols. 8 vo. dccl8 till dcc25 HUtorv of the Princes De Conde in Uio 16th and 17th Centuries. The Works of Richard Brinsley Sheridan, with a Memoir. 1 vol. Conklmg is actively engaged in laying cd to retain the two years ot oacic pay vj- - ana no claimant nas ever yec oeen auiu the ropes for his nomination to the which they voted themselves, amount- bury his daid father-in-law and a dis- to .obtain payment for cotton seized Presidency His main reliance at ig to JoO for each member. There- patch from that city tells how he ob- ZlZo oto present seems to be on securing the Ad- fore each re-elected member who fob served taunday last. corruption in any case, but one thing m nistratiOn guppoi-tand lnlluencc. lie lowed Bin Sutler s lead m voting lor " f i"i;""T 1" w patent to everyooay aoom, v asnmg i8thohttobePbloSSomin too early the 86,000 House bill, has voted tore- ilZ " 1 . . . to develop in full sweetness. Grant's aspiration for a third term MISCELLANEOUS. oke-Iieap STsacl. earlv , 86.000 House biU. has voted to re- V """ ' ::7u7-T"": " of. irom 5- nanaier uovm mea is nouse 01 wii. niuuujf uiw.mS, .n- not a man Has tain in his own pocket o,000 of back tci. which he, accompanied by his son jUSi been pay and $2,375 of advanced pay this and other gentlemen who came here fc h j inr. nanoier uown tucru js E rmcE OF COKE, DURIN THE who was connected with the J. month of December, will be reduced to Ten ,t m 1. 1 '....tu .nt-lt.tO.nl ii. thi Y:ir.l :it Clasworks. ... "-" "w-' j cotton business m me treasury xepait- v,.w4 - w :d pay this and other srentlemen who came here mlf .t, ,lf,f. Rddpnlv ncnuired -.- satisfied with the ?100,0W which Mr. year, aggregating 57,375. This isquite with him, left for Washington by the t wealtL m. Chandler himself ' P'- 55 .... I j. 1 l: .1 1 I V andiUia rallrOad. I vimnLnra o nvYl mn nnil HOW lift IS I .. I 1 1 . . 1 . . -. ...... ... . t. . ...... 1 .... . 1 1 .. ........ i.r.iii cum to ill ri' :in I'll ... inn. rfiuw i. i w. u u " - i wi , . j r . . . i i i r i m i . . . Jjawcb alij a 111 3 itiui ill cvai- I iiuu cw oi. w - the Government, much the largest por- in the veiy act of pretending to meet f i.,n of which he will br able to awe? flirt neonle's demand for repeal. Such W. T. BEB.RY & CO., Booksellers, Ko. 5 Cherry street, opposite Max- vuit iiuusi;. dec20 tf BANKING. ITirst National 3Bank9 .VSHVILIJB, TEJfJf., North College Street. 1,000 BARRELS TAR. Those who intend to make Sidewalks will be 1111 1 111; or Of- . m" Z . noniilnrlv renortcd to be worth huu The Washmgton correspondent ot of "tll0isands of dollars. I ii- w. v.ni niii'Hi otfitiQ thnt. I -nri a 1 a i e i. mA.,-- I I III' t .1 III.I.II IIIILI, UllltlflVI blUV UVWJ va v v M T 1 TMQ J'T-I T I VV III irii I ri: Nil V I t- ... I n MntOP w I - - ' w-. 1 r vu r-'w-ku,- 1 1 hUIIUIILIl ilt iLIUIl .4 1 .4..'. umvi . T-0 brave Teformers deserve embalming m nxotcsts-iu-e coming in from different furnishes the information called for by money, can ha left at.0VJ,Jf Rtreet!' iuii... um1i.u. the memories of their countrymen, and parts of the country, signed by busi- facnator ordon,it win prooaDiy as- J. j kesdkiok, Secretary. tivc, who have absolutely rotontcd their s0 wc sippcnd the final test vote in the ncSs men quite generally, against the tomsh some virtuous people. dec3ecKiim back pay Vas printed by the Acic lori (Ecpul)lic.ms in Romailj Demo- ,al of the bankrupt law. Theyurge the dukem, cask. IILjMO VAL. fVtUCIlXlll ail Official SOUrCC, and re- T n i- : - n ... -. Trnm thn. rAnrlunM Commercial. 1 IJltlUO AAA I - " T I IIUIL IIIIU ll UlUUJIiVMHu- -ww J 7 f -. 1 . . , A -,;---. WASHINGTON, JJCC. MCSSrS. I) K. uncer tue encumtu, was0f of Indianaj and Eldridge, of Yeas: .Kcssre. .Wains, Aiucn, uircncr, VCal ot the entire law womu ue ptuuuu- -wigco-gij, 0f the House Judiciary kim. Avcrill, llarrerc, liarn', hell, Hi- i- . - ,.nf Jninrv to the business in- nnmmittw. lmvin Iwpn directed to ro 'flic Deslrnntcl Wcnosltorjr of tho United suites lor uuuio Tennessee. Capital $.250,000 Surplus Fund X),000 i t . n i , : : . pr.ui.ceu m ni cuiuoul., , ui- follo: Leiestinsr record for preservation. The x 1. r .-...,-. Ir, n-ntllntt 4-li.il- llUO nUIlll-Cl OA Ililllim AO OtlA.4.UA til U.AA AAB.3 I j .-:!. 1 f 1... r.liirrW in the hnn.lR 1 J'-' V - . ..".-"T' lill A I. 1 1 p- I'-' A- -- t.f the disbursm. ofuccrs, subiect at uny lime to their order, but assuring their constituents that they "have not drawn it and do not intend to," are not included in the list. Cobb (C. L.), Cobb (S. A.), Comingo, f..,vi. r'ivnr. fi-oi'kt'r. Crooke. t'rew- Vyvirn, iii.w..., 7 -1 !. Crounse, Crutclilielri, JJarrall, t.; Ti, u ;i. Dnhbins. Duel. EldrUhic, Eliiott. Farwell, Freeman, Gbhl'mys, 11am- V4-IIXIA3IS' C'HAXCES. From tho Cincinnati Gazette. Washington, Dec. 19 It is now regarded as certain, if the President fails to withdraw the nomination ot this num- riii: i'i.ot TiriosKss. The Virginine complications v.'hich Uunlon, lltirlbut, Jlynvs, Kelley, iaiatir, .,v, x Lamport, Lansui, hcaai, jjokiuu, uh uua, stiudrj editors dimissi-d last week, as Lynch, Maynard, lcJuukin, Jlclice, b 'lurr everlastingly settled, witn com- jiwuiu , """" --j Tr i.... -" .'i phmentsto Grant, lish, Sickles, etc., p 'Irirkcr? isaa,. c., relliam, Piatt, J. loom up again in proportions which i. jr!, Piatt, Tlios. C, Itainey, llawlall, force the public attention. While dc lousier , WS VT'J! P' ciding that the vessel had no right to S(.mlllor? j. w., Sener, Shanks, Sheldon, use our flag, Attorney General Wil- sfow, Small, Smart, Smith, Geo. L., Smith, -.-. tl.ut S,.,in h ,o S1SSSSiS! right to touch her or to haul down that s((n)- Svjmer Taylor, Thomas, 'lhorn- fn TJow Orlp-TtiB diiriiif tho holidav re- cess to take testimony upon which the pnmmif.tpn in:iv nrpsmit nrticles of 1U1- peaccment against Judge Durcll, will leave here to-morrow night. The charges against Durcll are many and serious, comprcnenaing maucas ance and misfeasance in office, drunk ptitiobs. nnrl othnra. anv of which. l ...hi i-nii I . . ....1 .1 1 . i . i i nm1,1 nil ber Ot cenaiors w Jiau iwouh proven, ivoiuu iju oiuiit;ii;i. iu iiujk.u for rejection published. The expecta- him. He is said to have made a large ia V.ol in i.i5i rfioc.rion is voted !inriiTif nf mnnov nnf. nf hankruDt l 11.111 lO bll.ll in ww - w. " " J i by the Senate, Williams will resign as cases, of which some eightecn hundred Attorney General. have been before him. One of the From the Cincinnati Commercial. charges is that, the Judge was sd drunk Washington, Dec. 20. A promi- when he signed the order to prohibit nent Administration Senator stated to the convening of the cMEnery Legis a friend in conversation, to-day, that lature that he had to be held up m his he intends to vote for the confirmation seat, and his hand steadied to enable of Mr. Williams to be Chief Justice be- him to write. These .charges the sub cause of his (the Senator's) friendship committee will look into. . t , t ' jP.JI 1.1. .. L -. mm . n " for lien. rant, out ne is sausneu uiat the nomination will be rejected by the NEW ADVERTJSEMENTS. T. A. ATCHISON Has Removed his Office to So. H7 CHUItC'II STKEET, Next door to the Battle House. nov2tieo'lIm B. O rff BI5I.S. EGGS AVANTED. FOR V. .11 M I tvl.i.'l. tl. i.ii'lipt market nricunill W(Uy ..... 0 . uu paiu oy S. G. UlLUJLEY, l'roduce Dealer, nov2G 4m No. 1 15 South Market .it l-... r,-nm L..r unKlip-id uuon the hi"h lmh Told. Townsenil, T'oncc, Waddcll, Senate it a vote is tauen. Aie auutu . ,rJr llag from humasJiead upon tic n.au bu nalta j 'r D. Ad;3Iarcus that he hoped, and has reason to ex- Barnes & Co. will Sell TI lis Morn seas, let, acccordmg to the terms of " Maroa, i )nJchca j. 3L s. pect that the President will withdraw iiig at their Auction Koom, -irif TlT!tl 1 1 T 7 V i 1 "7 1 a f W.llinmn ttnmnHiofn. I the Fish protocol, the reparation of an empty salute to that hag mnst be sponlancusly dispensed with," now that Spain has "made itnppear" to our Attorney General that the Yirginius had no right" to lly it. So much for the Hag. But if Spain had no right to overhaul the vessel, it follows that she had no limns. AVilliam Williams, Willie, K K Wilson, Wood 131. vys. jlessrs. Albright, Arthur, Ashe, Banning, Barper, Jjass, Heck, Vary, Blount, Voiven, Bisojibi:g, tfrotci, Jluck ncr. Uuudy, Burcharil, Burleigh, Burrows, Caldirdl, Cannon, Cason, John S. Clark, Jr.. Vlyincr, Coburn, Cuiger, Cotton, Cox, i ..;... f'liHi. Daiifonl. Dawes. Dou- v. . (I'. .. t"-.., . ... . . Dunnell, Durham, r.ames, jcuih, fi,n nn,miifif ?nn of Williams immediate ly upon the reconvening of the Senate after the holiday recess. Troni the Louisville Commercial. Washington, Dec. 20 There is talk to-night of Caleb Cushing for m,;.if .Ti,cf,r in c-iBc Williams fails. It is also understood that Mr. Williams XTO. 20 NORTH COLLEGE STREET, French IJ l...:..n Tlli.nn. i,.il Tn Qnrc Wit.n :... . . w ii 1 1 i.i iii.iii v. i ....it. -i ii. ' . ...nil J . ... Vases, Chamber Sets, Cake Stands, etc.; 50 Sets of elegant Furs, 75 tine Chruinos, and 'JO Steel ngruril.s, ruiu ivaiuitriss ui .ijv.. u.i.n commencing at 10 o'clock It NOTICE. nan, uuuiinii j.....!...., , - -i. ilrtripi. Clnrer. Goocli. anv event run, x . .Jr r--, ------ - - .,, nnrnr. r ruin inu jAjuiotiuu ii-w--j Washington, Dec. 21 The Sunday T WILL. ON THE 1ST DAY OF JANUARY; It IS aiSO UUUtrSLUUU uiub . . ui.ttuii, . . ,..,. i , ... willresioTi the Attorney Generalship in 1874, Rent or Lease all u,o stalls connected with 1.1UKSI.UI 1 tl.n Arnrknt. for the ensuinir vcar. Terms made tut n-ot t iiii.iM run, f uvi, j " "i , , . . Tl 1 . . i? ii... r.ci,, ti.M r-. ..w.i-i.i Viimmo llaln. Bobert S. llalc, dominion over any o, - T S Mm Hathon,, John lives wantonly taken in com muuu-i JIn Jos J 1Ia., . w . Hazlc- - 7 to.d j8' vcry scvcrc pon Wil rfantiago. Herein lies the terrible t011) nCndec, Jlohnan, lloskins, Hunter, acCusiiiK him of complicity in omission of Uie Fish-Polo pact. We Hyde, , Kasson, '"S crimes committed by his subordinates, should at lcust have required Spam to V" r Martin, Me- hicluding robbery ot the mans sum answ tiuch A niftiMifm LUlVtli 7 - i Vi III. X ilItl AiVOH ' - 7 I w as the general opinion tnat ne lnrrn 1 nnnlification for the of- frimvrt i mi imnroKsion that if Jlit. i-iii-i " x . . ... i 1 :....,il r.1l ii iin.viio, , i ,k. ii. iwuni.. . . i williaKlS can not ue cuuiumtu uc Kiibiects were among the sluguter- ihiion ?-ayicr, ocuiieiu, 1j0 nominated for the Spanish mission. . . .... ,,.1 I ..-rm-lie 1. DllOL'llUllkUl, J. ii. I house victims, and this morning s tele- " . .. ,0llttan7, Sneer, . ........ ... . av.i btarKWcaincr, oto:n, i4.1- " Kcprcsentatlvcs Ilacu the Market for tho ensuing year. Terms mad known on day. GEO. W. IsOUV, Dec. 23, 1ST3. Ass't Marshal. dec23 td I Have Found It. GrO TO THE STORE.OF DARIUS WATER- gct your Ve sell for Give us a dcc23 2t vib..v.-u, n-" it - i IflJl lULKcl. JIUOLU .1. J. viw., - " j i in tii no law of this country, as confessed by Pendleton, Perry, Fhillips, l jerce, i ikl, charges .... i,.ii,i Tnlfer. llcurv U. Pratt, Jicaa, ii.a fi,. Provident Grant in ms recent mK . iol)erts H'm. It. llobcrts, Tl. l,,.,.c Imirm-or. f hflt a few British ... i.v:on linslr. IT. 15. Savior, I mirn T, i T T T,1 TTAAT AT ci-anh indicates that England has s ' , Starkwcathcr, tilonc, Strait Tre- iiili HULL ur liinwii. challenged the Madrid repubhc on this ,ai,,, lyner ; f Ms6 of senators and most iniporUuit point of all, so foolish- j vni ia.ins, W. B. Williams, James Jio Have Itctiirnc.l their lyiSnorcd by our Government. For the Wilson, Jere. Wilson. Wolfe. Wood- Py- From thc Xcw Vork Triutm0. "v ii naun, ui." - ---"v ir j. From tiic New orK xriuuiie. sake of humanity, we hope England ford, " oodwonii, jj. j - The followin-is the full and complete will bring the Spanish buccaneers to J v'Glessra. Karnmn, Begoie, lht of Senators and,Bepreentatives in Con- their senses, as tothC value of human ordf 'Tol lhe c lives,or teach them a bitter lesson. But KffaU ' in apfe SSl tattoifflk? of treasurer Spin- what a figure we will cut among the na- . &Slr, Sheats Snlitl,; ner. The record is chieily remarkable for ,i.,,,R. when Enhmd takes up the one ft . St. John, Walls, Wheel- J; j . Will UJ 1 UUUUUlO U1UJ -iW -.w - viUil question that we have deliberately er i. the temptation and placed the money out THOMAS doiWd. From the above it wiU be seen that of tlieirVacl in the Treasurj-; of 252 Rep- lcc23 iw Wc have this day formed a copartnership under the stjle and name of PLATER & NELSON, For the purpose of conducting a General Fire Insurance Business amongst others, the following representing Companies: Iloynl of Liverpool 812,500,000 Imperial, London 10,000,000 riantcrs, 3Ieniplils 300,000 A share of the public patronage respectfully so licited. Office, Iinuk of Tennessee Building PLATER. W. C. NELSON. i it Tiinir rnjir.M in int; i it;;LLii. m a i - - . .. As to the rumors that Spain will de- tLe Tennessee delegation voted as fol- resentatives only 47 have done the same a jfolice to tj,e j0l(lcrs of the Circidiltiu: right, iiutier, i . - " - "fl r"'Y:r V - -Sod: Sotcs oflho Bank of the Union. - . 1 TT- AT. I - . T- mand the return ot the virgm.us, u.cy low8. AycBAtkins, JJngm, cuua, auuic less than 20 cent of theHousc: cannot be entertained lor a momeut. Crutchficld, Harrison, iuayiiam, x-. uim, senator. The law officer of our Government de- .md rrhoruburg S. Nay Whitthome Ant)0nyj iratt, cides thRt Spaui had no right to cap- L Not YOting Lewis 1. Buckingham, Kamscy, v-.i. .. Bavanl, Sherman, Bl turo heron the high seas, find could therefore acquire no right or claim to ... .... i...,. ,:issrr:itroi-s. J o retuni nei Chandler, i.. . . " .. it:..i:.. n,f aii, The indications are iuiulijj m yCrry, run rnxymyo ikiviei Scott, Sumner, Sclmrz, Thunnan, Wilson, - Wright, PJout of 74. count 4:id Congress h:roi ner liiioacjigtio. n i-' , n.wwouldbea depth of degradsition- after the holidays, whenever Congress Ire mfuiU11 ti which woj do not believe even Grant gets the salary question settled to its 3Iailllni') ... . , l.n n ;oPniit;. if llOt tho lieOPlC S. Mnrtin will slooii, however suiAiua ..j own .uiuwvm - . to "let us h-ive peace." There is some there will be an eltoit io restore lu members house of uwjilswiahiw. . 1 i. ' wr. iii i lift rumor that f nrivilecre. Already the Senate Barber, J. Allan. Lawrence, Win. (ac- alglllWlUCli UVJ-lv.wi - ... , , , rp Spain will claim damages against us on has ?hown its restlessness on the JjJ' ' the siunc -round as we claimed subject, and some members have threat- Cotton, A. It. dann-'cs from Great Britain for the C11ed to vote against the printing of Crebs, John M. acts' "of the Alabama. Did the aiiy public documents in future, .until J,- United States "ovcrimient exercise due some means be devised for their free Ely, Smith, jr. . .i ..:,.,i:,,.i i:.i-i...i:.. .;n.m,t nnat in Coii'ivs- Fames. E. T. diligence to preven, tnc " 7-- " - . Finkelburg, 1- nmiBii nPTHR f.WAXfiERY COURT r A VlkiAi - - vb. K. H. Tliompton ami others, the houlers ol tllC ClrCUliUlIIK IIULU9 "I 1W lirtim are hereby notmed to present the fcaitl notes tor ir.i mv;iiv tu Amon.v, . , . . -. 1 .i of July, 1874. or before the thial dlyiucml of the trust lunasin sam cauw, u ic una tt-vm-u I1UU1U UC UCltfcA u tvim - - - 1 :n i. r..A-nr Trnm niiv rlalm in l 111 AV1 - funds. AV. F. COOFEIt, Trustee. Dec. 17, 1S73. dec2J 3m Dim Wlm & bWIm tlie sai' uiiigcuw: w . . . , . niwwf;n. Finkelburg, u. a. departure of the Virgimus irom mu sionai pochets. xu Farnsworth, ports? That is an awkvartl question. 0f pnnting and ot tramang piomihc The Attorney General, in his decision, to be linked together. Among other fnhsthnt her registry papers were ob- corruptions of this Radical era has in sfiori.".". .,;.wi miliout "ivimr the surety bonds hL.Cn the gross abuse ot the pnnimg Farwell, c. B tion, Uiat crowing glory i me au.u.- ucs ----r- llazleton, G. W. cal administration, and augury of the forth by the Government prmtmg office nawley, j. n. ... . .v. n mr 1...Q ufvflp.jl nrni-haulin"? and iimniii- II.tIp. Euceiie. com.,,- nulleninm w.,c - ; - ff A tliroaten; t fall into serious ,aua ouiiiug. 1 uu i.i- Ilol w. S. 11. i . ,t l 11 ,!1 . . 1 1 ........ .. ,1 ,-..1 I ' i.pie oe- imiK or tuis mtraiuir una ucwmv Hjil, John. S1..110.) Lynch, Joltn. Alerrick, AVm. M Alonroe, Jas. aicCniry, G. W. Mitchell, Alex. Merriam, C. l. l'cndlcton, J. M. .T. F. Peters. J. A. tnnri. rfttiirned bv Pern'. Eli. County Treasurer Potter,- C. K". of Waukcgan co., nooens, Last Auction Sale for 1873. V7"EATMAN, SHIELDS & CO. WILL SELI. 1 xuesiiay morning, ;n uroiuun, vn... r i ... .1. .. ....... ...lr-iotir lit kPf.U.11. menciiig hi. iu u ciu, .i '"'"' , . o. ,.i. c.nli. Tl". r 3 la rinHilrnr. Hats. SllOCS ilUlU .J LH i1 IV' 1 ' 1 J "Vima. u 'i ,.. and Varieties to close up sales for 1873. V e rc- .iinptlll V lnriTI. TflP. nLKflllllLUCU Ul rtlicvnuii jol) lots ami uargaiiis. At THE KENTUCKY HOUSE, No. 103 Nnrtli Market street, adjoining the Stock Yaid and Louisville Depot, all the Furniture, includ- i.. Panels :iiid Kitchen Utensils, bale to com mence at 10 o'clock a. Jt., Dec. 23. declO td M. J. DOLES, Auctioneer, no ui'irr disrepute v.ithth.- Anwrican piq lore loii.i;. times of whitewash and partisan mis- J Kerr, 31. C. Rusk. J. 31. Koberts, E. II. Pvooscvelt, P.. B. Starkweather, II. II. Sessions, W. L. Sawyer, P. Swann, Tlios. Townsenil, W. Upson, W. II. y AVhocler, W. A. AVillard, C. W. AValdron, Ilemy. 47 out of 252. The Great Money Panic IS OVER! A XI) AS THE 'CORPORATION HAS A large debt falliugdue in January next, and in order to lucet the same we muet mane conec tinns those who are in arrears with their li ccne"for merchandising, running hacks, drays, etc., must come lorwanl promptly ny me istuay of Januarv next and settle the same, or they will be fined as pi ovided by city ordinance. Further indulgence cannot and will not be given. dec21 3t S. A. DCLING, Recorder, DENTISTRY. DJENTISTBY. it. it. 'ki:iia, i. i. s., No. 117 CHURCH ST., i ....fin ir..L'....l.nn cnurcn.) OIHcc Honrs, S A. 31. to 1 P. XL, and Kit U X Jl. ag20 tf sat sun&tues DIR-CTOSLS: M. I5URNS. C. R. PARSONS, E. R. CAMPEELL, A. li. KWI.Mi, A. L. DEMOSS, WM. SIMMONS. Jl. li. A'l -Illicit. Receives Dcimsits, Deals in Foreign and Do mestic Exchange, Gold. Silver and Govern ment securities. v.iiiil-i;iiuii? nu.io ... remitted for on day of payment at current rate of exchange. Kev- nuo Stamps for sale. M. BURNS, W. C. BETTER-FIELD, President. Cashier, 'pni-n rnni.EV. ianll tf sn Assistant Cashier. FINANCIAL. Xo. 18 UltOAD STKEET.X. Y. r. F00LE, corner Cherry and Union streets. Belail Dry Goods. THOarSOX BBO'S & KELLT, UK. Summer st. Paints, Oils and Glass. CIIAS. II. OAUTHIEE, 15 N. College street. Saddles, Harness, Etc. 3. P. ARCH & SOX, 50 N Market street. 3L McKEOX, 55 S. College street. Sewing Machine Agencies. FI.0REXCE. E. A. Nelsox, 152 Church street. SINGER, J. H. CAnrusTEB, 122 Church street. YiKE V. B.W. Raxdal,0N. Summer street. WHEELER & ITIUMK, HOWARD cs ot,u, ji Church street. Stove. Timcarc, Ete& PHILLIPS, BUTTOKFF CO., 22 N. CoUege bt. Tobacco, Cigars, Etc. J. & L. WIIOBLCT, 47 S. Market street. Trunk Manufacturer. W. DCXSTFD, 31 N. College street. Watchmakers and Jewelers. ATKIXSOX & ALSTEAD. 27 N. Cherry street. I. . S0BPL CO., 15 N. Cherry street. U. II. STIEF. 5 Union street. E. WlCflERS, 31 N. Chcrrystrcct. 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' the manaccment have determined to po&ti-oue ,t .-A 1 1 ....All ao ioucetfc auu unxwiug uhha Tuesday, the 31st of March, 1874 They have already realized 'OVER A MILLION DOLLARS, And havo a great many Agents yet to hear from. so ikcbt is BTEnTAiKEDOF the salk : op STSfl7fsTRIr. KEIIEW. (LibcralA KVEUY TICKET BEFOlie Tin m-nu.. w . . . . -...j . - j WHETllElt ALL ARE HOLD 01. 'OT THE CONCERT BRITISII QUA11TE11LY KEVIEW, CT AND BKAWSG WILL TOFITIVELY ASD UXE- anrtrlicut 1 , I' 510 mid 531 Broadway, N. rtccO coUtuljau 15 THE British Quarterly RcYievs EDIXBUISGH EEYIE1V, OHiiy.) LONDON QUA11TERLY ltEYlEW,tCou- L5.GAL SALES. OFFICK OF Clerk and Muster or Clianccry Court, fc .l I n ..... A iaviiisou ViOiini.ij Nashville, Teim., Dec. C, 1873. Niiiicv A. Clantou vs. Alfreds. AVright. ..pii't. ,c nuni'iiv nit ex t at tiii-; LUJUJi 1.1 ii.ii.iii- i. - space of twenty (20) days from this date, e.- inringat 4 o'f iocs v.ii.on r rm.ir, n. -ui stintV bids will be received by the undersigned ... .i... ,i. , fur tl.p ir;irt. of about CO acres .11. Ill V. il I'll i- ii" i-.' i - . . on the banks ot Stone's river, Davidson county. Tenn., aujoiiniiB uiw iuu " ...... iir.e Shane, such bids to commence with the sum of 2,175. .... i Jl illl. Ul" II1I.1.H IV. - 62,475, the party so bidding will be required to i.av one-ioiirtii citMi culuiu .w. . .-111.-1 !. J l.. ... -nt.. I., wi-r fivplvp. IIIU rCSIUUt.-, HUU ii..i.i....v., ... ... r eighteen and twenty-four months, with interest . " . - .1. .orf. 1.1... .1.1.. ii. fir.....-.. irom isov. j-, ioij, t".i- "j . . s.-iic, ." "" ,"r .TK i"::-i. ,.r II no out is niauu u." ui.us ..1- - Vilnl H. J n. uie saio Will ou ouuuw- t himatsuciiL.m. . riAiii.t.iid ji.it.il, ul.., dcc7 2aw til dec2tt Clcrlf and Jlastcr. OFFICE Ol- te Suited !g all CH AND FAM0U3 FOB BEING BEST TO USB! CHSAP2ST 0 BUY 1 1 SASZESTTOSBLIillI Famous for doing maro and BETTER COOKING, DOK3 IT QnlCKer onatnenper tiaa cj Store of tks cot. r amou3 ron givit ia flfez Satisfaction EverTW-sre, Especially Aflaptea TO TU mm 0? mi? imrm 4 boxjX) 3r Excelsior Manufacturing Cot, ST. LOUIS, 2IO., AND Clerk mid Master of Clianccry Court, pHILLirS, R1ITT0RFF & CO., Davidson County, WASnvi'.LE. TENN. Nashville, Tenn., Nov. 10, 1873. GEORGE S. LOWE vs. ALEX. LOWE ct als FOR RENT FOR 1874, Store-noiisc am! Premises on tho liist Siilc or Mnrltct Strocf, Jfnshvillc, now occupied by XocI tt I'latcr. - n'pmi,' l TllfiTl.'rvf.rVP.' THAT RIDS XS will be received by tho undersigned at the above oince lor me renting 01 tut propcrtv for the year 1874. The renter will be required to execute note, with good security lor uie rt-i.i. Any information desired will be given on ap- plication to AT1IAXI1,L TtAXTER. Jr., nov!2 2tawtf Clerk and Master. BUILDING MATERIAL. J. BROW & CO., DEALERS IN IlniHIin- Supplies, While Lime Co nieiil. rireltrieU.Fire Clay, I'll -J;r I'urls. IMiiNlorlit!; Hair, While Snuil, lHc1 v- jii UTII M171131EK HTltEKI' aue!7 tf decl3 lm oc30 dtucs&thurs&W6m STOCKHOLDERS MEETINGS. NOTICE. aIHE REGULAR ANNUAL JIEETING OF the Stockholders of the Nashville Lite Insu rance Compauy, lor the purposc-of electing seven Directors to manage its affaire, will be i.,.i,i i.t tl.r. nilirf. of the Company, No. IC Iax- wcll House, on A"-A'itas- dccM tdc QUIVOCALLT TAKE VLACE OX THE IAY SOW FIXED, ASD IF AST 1IEMAI.-. taw iiui mux. JIK OASCELKD, AND THE rRIZES WILL HE RE DUCED IX 1'ROPORTIOS TO THE CSSOLD TICKETS. Only 60,000 tickets have been issued, and L35000 Casli Cilts : $1,500,000 will be distributed among the ticket-holders. The tickets are printcu in cuuiruiraui tcmu.-., and all fractional parts will bo represented in the drawing, just as wholo tickets are. Ill ST OF IFTS. One Grand Cast Gift 8-50,000 One Grand Cash Gift One Grand Cash Girt One Grand Cati Girt One Grand Cash Girt 10 Cash Gifts, 810,000 each... 100,000 30 Cash Girts, 3,000 each... 150,000 1,000 each... SO,COO 500 each... 40,000 -100 each... -10,000 300 each... -13,000 ' 200 each... 30,000 100 enrh... 32,500 11,000 Cash Girts, HO each... 330,000 Total, 12,000 Girds, nil cash, amounting- to 81,300,000 The chances for a gilt are as one to five. PRICE Or TICIiETS. Whole tickets, S3); Halves, ?25; Tenths, or each couiwn, g3: Eleven Whole Tickets for S500; 2214 Tickets for S1.000; 113 Whole Tickets for SVXrO; 227 Whole Tickets for SMO.OCO. No dis count on less than $500 worth "of tickets. The Fourth Gift Concert will be conducted, in all respects, like the three which have already been given, and full particulars' may be learned from circulars which will be sent free from this otlicc to ail wno appiy or mem a;nd Blackwood's Edinburgh JIugNziuc, REPRINTED BY THE LEONARD SCOTT PDBUSIIIA'G Cft, HO Fill Ion Street, Sew Yorlt, By arrangement with the English Pub' Ushers, icho. receive a liberal compensation. 50 Cash Gifts, 80 Cash Girts, 100 Cash Girts, 130 Cash Girts, 230 Cash Girts, 323 Cash Girts, Theso periodicals constitute a wonderful mis cellany of modem thought, research and criti cism. The cream of all Enrne.in books worth reviewing Is found here, and they treat of the ion. li.. r. ovpntjt nf tin. world in manti-rlv articles 100,000 written by men who have stccial knowledge of 30.000 the matters treated. The American Publishers ' I . -1 ... i : i ...... i.. ............ tinn I UTCe UIKIII 111 lilliCUIKGJII. iraurjio i. ...in luuiiuj 0,UU0 1 J. , ? !. 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Four . . ... i- r . i ti, .... copies Ot maCAWUiNt urui uny iictictt niu i.o " viT V- ... V i " r v . i : " " " r fuur Kevlews ana uiackwoou lor nnu w on. Cles win ue aiieimru w in un; uiucr uicj iun- luur Kevlews and Blackwood for $48, and w on. lira Hill UO tH.MiHUin v.uv. . r. nn-l III tlnn t 111 Secretary. 1$ In filling all. liberal terms given to the gctter-up ortlic club. emittorilv renulred to settle up tlieir accounts I PKKMXITMS. i . if l.t 1.-. Om1. iln r ana reiuni an mwm utRtw ui Kew subscribers (applying earlr) for the year 187f may have, without charge, the last volume for 1873 of such periodicals as they may aub- DtllUU IUA. T x iiviv.i .r tin. Slnrk- I March l.ol.lPrs of the First National Bank of Nashville, THOS. E. 3KAMLETTE, Tcnn., will be held at Uie office of said Bank on I Agent Pnbllc tlbrary Kentucky, j 0r instead, new subscribers to any two, three. Tuesday. Jan. 13, 1874, for the purpose ot elect- AndJIanagerGirtConcert.ruunci.io. wuuuiug orionroi uie aoovo iwriuuicaiB, . .' .', ,i.1..p..r I TOlTISVILIiE KY I of the "Four Reviews" for liiJ; Mibscribcra 0 all live may have two or tne "tour ucviews" one set of Blackwood's Magazine forlS73.- Noither premiums to subscribers nor discount to clubs can be allowed unless the money is re mitted direct to the publishers. No premium given to Clubs. Circulars with further particulars, may be had Ull il ppilCHUUM. ..oven Directors to servo the ensuing year, dcclSSOd W. C. BUTTERFIELD, Cashier. Fourth National Bank. TlIE ANNUAL MEETING of the Sharehold er of this Bank, for the purpose of electing Di rectors, will be held at the Banking House, in this city; on Tuesday, the 13th day of January, ISM. JOHN PORTERt'IELD, Cashier. decl3 dtucs&frl W till mli31 JYOTICE. U NTIL FURTHER NOTICE, THE DIXIE Oil Company will pay S1.40 each lor all good Coal Oil Barrels, delivered at the Works on Mc Lemore street. oc3 tf ROBERT THOMPSON, Pres't. lho Leonard Scott Fablishlutr Co., 140 FCI.TO.V ST., SEW YORK. decio tr