'NASHVILLE' tJNION AND AMERICAN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER, 30, 1873
UNION AND jmim
h-esikvy, iix:iainr.it so, 1873.
JCEBU arc none s poor as to do
him lvv.Toncc.' The Washington cor
respondent of tho SI. Louis Gkbc Buys'
it is certain the "'Spanish Sovemment
regards Sickles' presence in Madrid as
derogatory to its dignity.
ill '- "
A srcciAii election took plnce in the
Tenth Senatorial District of Minnesota
on Dec. 10, there having been a tie vote
at the November election. Despite ev
ery exertion of the .Republicans the anti-monopolist
candidate was elected by
Ix is stated by one of our exchanges
that tii e planters of Georgia propose
dividing their acreage yearly equally
bnl ween cotton and eorr. This is a
senbible move, that should be practiced
throughout the cotton belt. Then cot
ton would pay the planter some prolit.
The Washington correspondence of
the Cincinnati Gtizoitc soys: '.'A gen
tleman recently from London is author
ity for the statement that Senator
Stewart has been indicted therein com
mon with several other gentlemen in
terested in the Little Emma Mine op
oration. Stewart through hie friends,
is laboring to delay or prevent trial.'
The Washington correepodent of the
Cincinnati Commercial states that
Judge Bustecd, of Alabama, who stands
in great danger of being investigated
.with a view to impeachment, has chosen
that better course, which was adopted
by Sherman and Delalnvy, and will at
once resign his position and retire to
the plejisurcs of dignified private life,
with none to molest and make him
The Americans are ai office-seeking
people, and the mania, for such it is, is
nut confined to the male portion. It
is stated that the number of female ap
plic;ints for positions in the Treasury
Department is increasing so rapidly
that officials are growing alarmed. The
applicants come from all parts of the
country, some of them traveling thou
sands of miles, and the positions they
seek pay from thirty to forty dollars a
The sufferings of settlers in north
western Iowa prove to be much greater
than has been believed. One thousand
families, estimated to number over
J-,M) persons, are actually suffering
from want of food. The famine has
been brought on by the .grasshopper
plague, which has utterly destroyed the
crops in that section of the country
Aside from the nrcnarations for relict
made in different parts of the State
the State Grange has appointed A spe
oial committee, with headquarters
Dcs Moines, to receive subscriptions.
TliH Richmond Enquirer regards itas
most unfortunate for the harmony of
Southern society that the 'civil rights
bill hue been brought again before
Congress, because there is at present
iKttcr feeling between the races than
at any lime since the close of the war.
it is because of this fnc? that the aiders
and abettors of the movementhave pre
cipitated it into Congress. They do
n.it wish U see the Southern people,
white and black, getting along in har
mony. That spoils their plans and
It is something to be the son of a
President now-a-daye. A dispatch to
thf Cincinnati, Commercial states that
Lieut. CoL Fred. Dent Grant, son of
the President, for some time a member
of Lieutenant General Sheridan's staff,
where he saw much arduous service,
itas been ordered to Washington for
duty lib a mustering and disbursing
officer. The now position will not en
tail any severe hardships upon the
Lieutenant Colonel, while he will be en
abled to enter the distinguished society
. with which the Capital is filled.
Tub Washington correspondent of
the Cincinnati Commercial reports Sen
ator Carpenter as saying n the 2Gth
in t., that Williams will not be con
firmed, the opposition to him beiug so
strong that all hope 'of overcoming it
h is been abandoned. The ?ame corres--p-.nd"nt
reports as follows:
-With regard to the Art .racy-General's
landaulettc, the President is s.iid
t. xpress the opinion that this row is
but a part of the contemptible perse
cution of Mrs. Williams, which has
disgraced the Nation since her hus
band's nomination to be Chief Justice.
His Excellency has grown extremely
sensitive on the question of the con
firmation of Williams, and regards
Senators who are not disposed to in
dorse and approve his taste and judg
ment m the affair a great deal more in
aifgcr than in sorrow. His anger is
also aggravated by his surprise at the
audacity of souic'of those who have
not hitherto comported themselves with
iKihecmlv independence, llie course
which they pursue would much better
befit the openly and notoriously wicked
Senators, who,"as Democrats, have no
claim to be thought proper men to sec
ond his Excellency in his efforts to
choose efficient staff oflie.'is by un
questioning approval under all circum
stances." The New York Times, which has
been regarded and treated as the
Grant organ in the commercial metrop
olis, is growing "disloyal." It has
found fault with the nomination of At
torney General Williams to 1k Chief
Justice, in that,as Mr. Webster said on
a liK'iiKU-able occasion, it wa a nomi
nation not fit to be made." and spoken
in the most disrespectful terms of
Sickles even after Grant had refused to
accept the doughty Minister's resigna
tion. Hear the Timet:
"General Sickles. -after having be
Inved as badly in a responsible nasi
lion as any man could well do. and
ifter having done his best t embroil
liis Government in a war. has resolved
to return home. We confess that
... :in beartilv glad tlie i.rtiiHi- service
is rid of him. and we eanu-stly
that we have now heard tue la
ut, 1et. that he will not 1
a"iiin to represent the American p.-o.
v seel.ion of thcifi, m any ea
mo'itv whatever. We may now state
that the recent negotiations witll &pam
.:..!.. n-itlu.iit, reference to
Sickles in any way his. own bad judg
,mif .nid worse temper having render
.lr. for the SnaHwh Mm
creu it iiiu'vp"'""- x . .
lw.Ll mtoivourae wiui mm
... .viv dnv. ' We may almost
- t:- rhiiHS affair
By the act of Congress passed in
1818, the pay or compensation of Sen
ators and Representatives in Congress',
was fixed at eight dollars for each and
every day while attending, the eittings
or sessions of Congress. The act did
not provide any compensation for the
requisite time in going to and return
ing from the capital. At fhat time
there were no railroads, but few steam
boats, and not many stages in the
Southern and Western States. Troin
these sections most members traveled
on horseback and others in their pri
vate conveyances. Some rule had to be
adopted for the compensation of ' mem
bers for the time required in going to
and returning from the sessions of
Congress. In the army practice,
twenty nines travel was counted lor a
ly. For instance, if a soldier was
discharged one hundred nlileB from his
home, he was allowed pay for five days
;it the rate of compensation for which
his services in the army were paid. The
same rule was adopted in the case of
members of Congress, by providing
tliat each Senator and Represen
tative and Delegate should be al
lowed eight dollars for ev
ery twenty miles traveled in
going to and returning from attending
the sessions -of Congress, the same as
the pay for each day while in actual
attendance. In both cases it was .com
pensation for the time and services ' of
the member, out of which ho had to
pay his expenses while traveling, as
well as while in Washington attending
to his duties as a member of Congress,
What has been called mileage was not
given to reimburse expenses incurred
in traveling, but as compensation for
the time in going to and returning from
the seat of government, estimating
every twenty miles traveled by the most
direct and usually traveled route from
the home of the member to the capital
as one day. Now that members arc
paid a stated salary per annum, instead
of by the dny, the reason for mileage
.has ceased. There is no more reason
or iustice in naving mileage or actual
traveling expenses in going to and from
the capital than there is for paying the
board and other actual expenses of
members while in Washington attend
ing the sessions of Congress.
HOW THE 'OLE TIIIXG WOKKS.
It was only after he had secured by
lobbvinir. his own double salary of
?o0,000, that President Grant could
afford to begin preaching retrench
ment to Congress in his last message.
iii publishing his recommendations, we
expressed our f ears that Radical econ
omv would ero no further than the
Nashville customhouse and such other
enterprises. A few days before the
adjournment for the holidays, Congress
man Garfield was challenged, by some
blind partisan of the Adminitration, to
specify any item wherein the estimates
could be cut down, and in reply the first
item of retrenchment he mentionecLwas
the stoppageof work on public buildings
throughout the country, either project
ed or in process of erection. The un-
willingness of a Congress already
smarting under popular indignation, to
intensify the odium against them by a
i.w of n dditional taxes, has induced
the Radical majority to impeach their
i,vm Aiimunsirauon oi c.ii.nuuaiu,c
)X demanding a revision of the depart'
mcnt estimates. The only response so
far, is the semi-official statement last
week that the War Department would
cut down its estimates for the improve
ment of harbors and rivers and fortifi
cations from twenty million dollars to
three millions. The improvement of
harbors and rivers is a crying need of
commerce, and the universal demand
for cheap transportation shows that the
people at large appreciate theueed. The
la:c threat of war with Spain elicited th
confession from official sources that the
fortification of our sea-coast cities, par
ticularly on the South Atlantic and the
Gulf were not commensurate with safe
ty. This fact was recognized in the
President's message, in referring to the
safety of our cities." And so of cus
torn houses, etc., at various pomis
throughout the country the needs of
the public service demand the erection
of such buildings here m Nashville and
elsewhere. Another serious objection
to this style of retrenchment is that it
will tli row thousands of honest work'
ingmen out of the means of livelihood
in the midst of a money panic and the
inclemencies of winter, it is not wise
the Government to furnish fresh
fuel for the Communistic fires already
breaking forth at intervals in the
Northern hives of industry.
But why is all this unwise and un
timely retrenchment deemed necessary?
Why has the Federal treasury become,
insolvent, and already gone in debt
over twcntv-oiie umuuus, uui.mi.uuj,
because without consent of Congress?
The pickings and stealings, peculations
and plunderings of Radical officials arc
the sole cause. Commerce and the im
provement of rivers and harbors must
suffer, that the wives and families of
Cabinet and bureau officers may sport
inlandaulets at Government expense.
The safety of our cities must be ex
posed for want of fortifications, to fur
nish them with drivers and domestic
servants at the public expense. The
public sen-ice must be conducted at
great inconvenience in buildings rented
from political favorites at an enormous
annu al cost , in order that horses and hay
may be furnished gratis for the private
use of public functionaries. Thou
sands of honest workmen must walk
the streets in mid winter without em
ployment or bread, to keep up govern
ment stables and government grooms
for the Plutonian aristocracy oi wasn-
in'tou. We utterly condemn this one
sided economy. Wc emphatically pro
test against the Nashville customhouse
beiii" left a mythical contingency,
merely to rquander in Washington
eorrnntion the funds that woum ouuu
u iVr. innniniee anv delay in the
Jt. II V V.V..' y "
needed improvements of the Cumber
land and Tennessee rivers, to support
the abominations of the Radical -Babylon.
Let all Tenncssecans demand
that the Augean stables of connip
tion be cleansed, and the Federal
Treasury will be amply aide
to continue the national works needed
in all divisions of our State. Let the
know that there is no occasion for this
Stoppage of government work except
Radical rascalities, and that if the
- t t- a i.
knife be put to-tlic cancer winch as eat-
lng out the Federal treasury, there will port 0f New York the claimant of the yes
be funds to carry on all needed iuv HlM
oravemcnts. Let the Government ccgn-
omizc first where it is glaringly need-
ed-in the pickings
mark the Radical administration
ministration of at-
fairs, from the Washington depart
ments down to their pettiest orancucH
throughout the land.
CSEN. HOWAKITM CASE.
From tlio Cincinnati Commercial.
AVAHTrrwfjTnW. "Dec. ,26. A promt
ncnt officiill of the War Department
ai.i. ii. tia i flm fnSfl nF
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Gen. Howard have not as yet been
.1. -1.-.U 4.orfWf t-r. I
be developed bototnepmuuu
TTo also save that if the
io made thorough and exhaustive, facts
Will OC DTOUgUl. UUb YflLU lCaiu w uji,
btiViiteht of bblthtieS to toloredjoldiera
which will nlaee Gen. Norton Ulllti-
man, the delegate in Congress from
this district, in an exceedingly unen
viable position. Chipman has acquired
a great deal of wealth since the war as
n. militirv claim airent. bounty broker
and real estate agent in this city.
FOKEIGX CAPITAEISTS ASD ouu
From the Cincinnati Commerclnl.
Washington, Dec. 26. A Ur. JJe
Kleoclc, of Holland, who has been trav-
flii'n nminfrv for
the purpose -of examining into the in
tfiivsts of Dutch canitalists in those
raih-oads whose bonds are placed on the
European markets, callea on tne jrresi-
dent recently ana haa a proiraciea m-
tminw trith him as to his business.
The learned Doctor explained to the
President that he thoucht it would be
a rood thing to have a mixed American
and European Commission in constant
...:nil ' -jfi. vlVw to furnish foreicli
session, w ith a v
capitalists with necessary infoimdtion
asto the condition and prospects of
roads whose securities might be placed
novel suggestion, and pronounced him- Sickles induced the President at the Cabi
self squarely against building anymore net meeting yesterday to propose as the
'alllOaOS W1U1 UUVaUmCUli U1U, dujiuj I
that the roads should not be built here
after till the people are able and wil
ling to pay for them.
A POBTEK'S I.UCK.
From the Cincinnati Commercial.
Washington. Dec. 26. Something
over a year ago the nation was startled
bv the announcement that Major Hor-
ace Sorter, ot the uranance uorps, .ore
vet Brigadier General and Secretary to
President Grant, had resigned all those
positions and then- emoluments, to accept
the Yicc Presidency and management
of the Pullman Car Company. The
President addressed a letter to General
Porter regretting his resignation, and
expressing a hope thM his future woidd
be prosperous, and haa tne same puo
lished in all the organs of the Admin
istration. Since then the country has
been resting calmly in the belief that
Horace Porterwasrcapinglns rewardas
a private citizen. Much indignation at
nresent exists, however, anions the
Ordnance uorps, m consequence oi it
havine leaked out that Porter's resig-
nation has been held over ana never ac
cented bv the President or officially an
nounced as it should have been long
atro. thus blockinsr the way of mento
rious officei-s to deserved promotion. It
is claimed that this favoritism on the
nart of the Commander-in-Chief is
shown for his late aid-de-camp, m Ol
der to allow the latter an opening back
to the army should his civil venture
prove disastrous. The question has
been raised, and remains unanswered.
Is Gen. Porter drawing pay from the
.rovemment. while sivinn his services
to the Pullman Company, from winch
, i n i j i. ;..
corporation he is alleged to he receiv
ing ten thousand a year."
AN UGLY COMPLICATION.
Administration to be Overhauled
Aliont the Yirginius nie Tangled
Mnzcor Technicalities wliielt our
Diplomacy lias Woven.
lToni the Cincinnati Commercial.
Washington, Dec. 2C Appearances
indicate that Senators Simmer and
Schurz will unite with the Democratic
Senators in criticisim: unsparingly the con
duct of the Administration in the Yirgin
ius allair. Mr. Schurz is said to be of the
opinion that the Administration will find
it ililticult tojustiiy me somewiiai precipi
tate measures which it adopted, especially
when it considered tliat we were not satis
lied that we had even a. prima facie case, if
our authorities were not really satisfied
that they had no case at all. lie is inclined
to characterize as an evidence of weakness
the yielding to popular clamor on the part
of the President and lus advisers. 1 lie in
vestigation into the diameter of the Virgin
ins should have preceded any demands on
the nart of our Government, that such de
mands might he made in good faith, and
with an appreciation of all that they in
volved. Secretary 1 lsli, he thinks, is en
titled to great credit in resisting the pres
sure brought to bear upon him by the Pres
ident, and the other membeis of the Cab
inet, who all showed an inclination to
rush into combat without first ascer
taii.ing whether such a course would be ad
visable or justifiable,
The grounds uponwiiicii senator ounmcr
will question the wisdom ot tlie AUinims
tiation in this allair arc said to be in the
main similar to those given above. The
recklessness with which the public funds
have been expended to prepare lor a war
which would have the clit'ct to very much
weakenif not overthrow, a sister republic
strumdiiitr for existence, without having
good reason to lielicve that a war would
be necessary to settle (he dispute, will also,
it is believed, receive Mr. dimmers atten
tion at the first opportunity.
From tlie St. Louis Republican
The Spanish Minister at Washington al
leged that his government could produce
proof that the steamer Virginias whidi had
cleared from the noit of New York in tlie
fall of 1S70, was not, within the meaning of
the term, an American vessel entitled to an
American register, and consequently was
not entitled to the protection of the Ameri
can Hair. I pon the cx-partc statement
made under tlie protocol, the Attorney-Gen
eral decided, not upon the merit of tlie
question, but upon the testimony presented,
that the salute to the Hag must lie waived
accordins to the terms of the protocol.
Tliat portion of the protocol which required
a salute having been waived, ana tue time
lor the salute by stipulation having passed,
our siovernment has no longer a claim uixmi
Snain for anv insult to the flag, although
the evidence in the courts of the United
States may hereafter show that waiver was
not justified by the tine facts of the case.
The first point is when the Virginius ar-
1 Z r -XT- fill. -
livctl ill the port 01 lOlK. xne
Unilcd States demanding from Spain the
return oi a vessel capiurau on uiu niu aoa,
assarts that the vessel was the property.
either of the United States as a nationality,
nr n fitizofi of that nationality, it lias as
sumed. AV ithout asseitinrt.that it was a ves
sol of the United States; that it was the
property of a citizen thereof, and in so do
iiifr Mm" United States must claim that a
direct and sole jurisdiction is vested in the
United States under its own municipality,
to determine the status of the ship at any
time, and to punish violations of its laws
hvlier. The Vinnnius navins oeen sur
rendered in the port of Uahia Honda hy
consent of the Snanish Govcnnncnt, accom
ins to the tenns of the protocol, and beiiia
now in tow of a Unilcd States vessel of
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war io an American port, mu uuuoi
J?'icf I'Z: S 'Tl, ni,
llin-nfn llie United States to deliver the
vessel to her rightful owner. If on the ar-
rival of the Yirginius at UioIirooKiyn navy-
rv.nl under the instructions to the com-
itinmler of the Ossipec the United States
should tender the possession of the ship to
her alleged ownor, men me i uueti otaies,
hy its Ie?al representatives, may proceed
!n:l (lie vessel for an alleged violation
nfilio naviation law. But shgnld tlie al-
lrt-Tnil owner refuse to receive licr and re-
- . i.: i.
nationality? then thfl claim of the owner
will be against any right the United States
has asserted between itself ani one oi its
MOXJ tbe yirginius reaches the
J P . JRt JL. . hat tic united States has
officially asserted that -Hie "Vilnius i was
. , . '5n,i 5ntn ., foreism nort with-
w norrif il Into a foreign port
uau r-. - .!...
out any account ol the auegeu ownera, iucj
have the right to have this vessel placed in
the same outstanding position as though
the alleged jurisdiction of Spam had not
Secondly, she was brought here by the
r ti,n TTnltPrl States, which has no
iiti v t ui wiv w ; . ' . .
jurisdiction over a vessel in time pi peace
-ttMit,tvlitiirfHt. within the jurisdiction
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0f the United States for ttfftlfj'
l.mv.fnrn tlin ITnvnnimeilt mUSD CllllCI
TX"n or confess that it
-- ru without prece-
n&7r nlernational laff. M M ab-
sence of all claim on the part oi au xuu-
tiu, rnivM-nment, win oo uuumi
IVUl bv 1 1
to prbtt? that shfc is an American vessel and
entitleU tb flu American rcS.ci.
Hcvhur Snain of the Oilus prbbuildt Hm
placing it "POh this governnient.
United States will present this piea. xiwb
the Yirginius, whose name w25, cna"e'-1
from tliat of the Virgin in
violation ot tne
act of May 5, 1SG4, and which by congres-
sional enactment worKea lonenure aiu
prevented her lrom receiving a regisicr,
was unlawfully registered hy tup unueu
States in ibuu, when soia uy tue uureau oi
at the W
es, ireeitnieii auu auanuuiicu i.uma
nort of Mobile. Upon this record,
which the government of the United States
cannot deny as a positive violation of its
own laws, the Yirginius has no legal status
before any United States court, and it is
held by the law officers of the Treasury De
partment that the Yirginius so called has
no legal status as on American icguiereu
vessel, in short, an lirr pretensions irom
the time she was soul at Mobile until her
capture by the Tornado, were m direct vio-
lation of the laws of the United States, and
fraudulent as against the same;
j u futurecbusidchltion bf the tenns
cprotocol Spain wi allege that she
has a just claim iins,, ti,e United States
f abases inflicted upon a colony of her
government. This unexpected pnase oi me
nnptinn mill Hip rp.sicmntion of Minister
uuimi icpuuiioun. . "
send to Madrid, Caleb Gushing, whose
erudition and qualifications for meeting a
delicate diplomatic situation conuueiiueu
him for the arduous service of the Spanish
The Kcccnt THAI of Vt. It. Moflet-Wrts
To the tJnlon atid American.
LEAVTSBitRd, Tenn., Dec. 22. Ill
v-oiir issue of the 18th inst., you copj
an article irom the minisviuc iJiia.j
Indencndcnt about the trial of W. D.
Moliett alias W . A. Uraham, charged
with having obtained money under
false pretense from J. S. Ewing (or
rather from the Masonic Lodge at this
place,) which trial took place a few
weeks ago at the JJecember term oi our
Criminal Court, But for the personal
ities, mis-statements and quasi charge
of persecution, of said Moffet made
against some of the good citizens of
this community in said article,
;ive it no attention
We arc all content
to leave the matter where the jury left
it. if others will do the same. If the
Mr. Graham who figured in Lewisburg
is not identical with the Mi Monet ot
Huntsville, some curious incidents have
occurred. For instance, Mr. Hobson
who accompanied the arresting party
to Huntsville was identihed m a crowd
by Moffet who came up and shook
hands with him. "Whence this acquain
tance if Moffet was never m Lewisburg
as he now claims? Airain Mr. Moffet's
little girl when produced on the trial,
told exactly the same story oi ner
father's travels which Mr. Graham told
when chtaining the money in our town
in 182. We must demur to the "law
of the Independent when it says that,
with the authority ot two Uovernors
(Alahama and Tennessee,) the omcers
should not have made the arrest if the
prisoner denied the charge. Under
such law, very few criminals could be
arrested. As to his being conhned m
jail five months for want of a $3,000
bond, we presume the editor is misin
formed. Our Criminal Court was in
session, and if his innocence could be
, . i i i a
proven, nc need not nave siayeo. m
jail six days. The bond required was
onlv S2.000. Besides it was JVlottet
himself who continued the trial. Why
did his church brethren in Huntsvilie
leave him in jail if they were satisfied
of his lnnocencer At length the At
torney General went to trial without
his nrinciDal witness. Does that look
like persecution.-' Jlr. Jawing untoitu
natelv had mislaid the note received
from Graham, and so the trial narrow
ed down to the identity of themau, and
the fl?i& came into play. Eight or ten
honest citizens of Lewisburg positively
identified Moffet as the Graham who
had irot Mr. Ewinc's money. These
men are of the same conviction still
Citizens of Huntsville, no doubt equal
ly honestly, swore that Moffet was in
their ctiy on the d ot June, iocs, xne
jury had to decide wnctner me one
party were mistaken in the man, or tue
other party mistaken in the date. The
prisoner got the beneht ot the doubt,
and there we would leave the matter
rest but for this charge of persecution
A Citizen op Lewisbtjeg.
Edgcflcld Chapter No. 75, R. A. M.
C1TATKD MEETING OF EDGEFIELD
O Chapter No. "5, It. A. M.,
Tnesday Evening, Dec. 30.
4- vptv m ftnher is rea nested to be present, an
business or importance win uc irnnsacieu.
Iron Jlouldcrs' Ball.
The tickets to the second an
nual Ball of the Iron Moulders' Union, hereto
fore sold, will bo good on Jan. 8, next, to which
time tlie ball was postponed.
D. K. WEIIl, Scc'y
dec30 3t .TO&janS.O
The Grade ' Floor Front oi
Apply at the offlce.
dec30 4t E- D- HICKS, Secretary
nolo t fl.n rniintrv. on the i.. iV l. it. i..
t,o.:.'i i(in mwhlnir. luel. licht", for 20
weeks. S100. H. A. CECILi Uliua., eciiian
I, u., liarum county,
T.ncf mid r.inniiia- Sale for 187JJ
Y Hieir lart c1o1iikm1o on Tuesday morning.
-,, n'prPmi,cr. commencing at io o'clock, when
-.. iitri.i ir.ii.-i'
3th December, commencine at 10 o'cck.wlicn
win i,n wild a ranexvoi ouipiu J" J v""""'" . -
China Ware, Hats, Notions, Varieties, etc.
clo'uig consignment and accounts. We .respect
fully ask the attendance of all in March ol bar
At $2.75 per Load, 17 Bushels
Cor. Crawford and SnnimcrSts.
I. N. WAKD & CO.
t?',,.. ir,if Wvt Year.
, i,,tSn,VB now ococnuu
' 'iK M"TmrU & CoT. on the corner of
crot nn,l hunk allev. 40 feet lront am
three htories high-well rtt.fbK
Dec 1, 1873. JAMto OUDb
dec '27 lw
WHEREAS, inthe now pending in the
x-nnv Karlvvs. T. B.Murray and otliers
itaiYiet vT 1 rray et als
-iu rnrt pr m i in: vuiiniCiiui ut". .
. . i f i. nvn.,Allnii tin4riorAntidp
appointed receiver of the debts, accounts, rights
and crcuiiaoi me iaw iniu ui oimiwvRw
ray and SpurlocK, .nurray ix aiMHi
ltccelver in the above causes.
as when captured , uw u , , y u u
ierFons inuemeu ui eiuicr ui w uum, .t
y notilled tliat I nlone am authorized to
and settle the indebtedness; !' ' ""ns.
. . P. 11. LVrb l't.t
McMlNNVlbLE, Dec. 26, 1873.
"Merry Christmas" Tcstivnl.
THE JIEMBEltS OF ST. A'lXCENT DE
Paul Socictv will give a "Jterry ClirWiuas"
Festival at St. Mary's School Houm:,
On Tuesday Night, Dec. 30, .
Mien tlicy conliilcntly anticipate meeting thoir
frlciuls In large liuniucre, n no paiius or exicne
per and rcfreslnuPiitN, and a full, cillclcnt, and
liopularquadrillc'lnuid", lias been engaged lor tiic
occasion. . .. ,,
Tickets, admitting a gentleman and ladies, one
dollar. The entire proceeds to lie given to the
SiUers of Mercy to aid them in paying for the lot
adjoining St. Bernard's Convent.
J I. OLWILL, President.
E. F.. JONES", Secretary. tlaciil, 28&30
IN OltDEll TO CHANGE INVESTMENT,
WE OKFEH TO
PAIIT1J3S "WITH CASH
SOME OF THE
MOST DESIRABLE MTS
BUSINESS OR RESIDE025'
This Property was selected with ffrcat
cure, and is nil clisifcly located,
immediately on or with'
In a Tew steps of
ForfUrtUcrparticnlarsannl)- at the Counting
ltooul of tlltJ
Union And American,
films IS TO GIVE. NOTICE, That on the
I 'M day of December, 1873, .a Jrarrant in
fjankruiitcy was issued against the et;ite
of Crunk & Doilson, of the comity ot DavM
ton, State of. Tennessee, wlio have been ad
judged bankrupts on their own petition; that
the payment of any debts and delivery of any
property bclongingtOBuch bankrupts, to theroor
for their use, ami the transfer of any property by
them are forbidden by law; that a meeting ot tbe
creditors of the said bankrupts, to prove their
debts and to choose one orinorcasignces of their
day of January, A. 1). 1874, at 12 o'clock n,
U. S. Marshal, Mid. District of Tennessee.
dec23'.'t By ED. S. AVHEAT, Deputy
TI1IS IS tO GIVE NOTICE, That on the
20th day of December, 1S73, a warrant in
Bankruptcy was issued againt the estate of
Francis Moore, of tile comity or Maury and
State of Tennessee, who has been adjudged
a bankrupt on his own petition; that the
payment of any debts and delivery of any
property belonging to such bankrupt, to him or
for his use. and the transfer of anv property by
him, arc forbidden by law; that a meeting of the
creditors of the said bankrupt, to prove their
debts and to chose one or more assignees of his
estate, will bo held at a Court ot uaiiKruptcv, to
be Iiolden at Columbia, Tenn., before J. L.
Bullock, Register, oil the othday of January, A.
D. 1874, at 12 o'clock 31.
U. S. Marshal. Mid. District of Tennessee.
dcc23 2t By ED. S. WHEAT, Deputy.
Wc have this day formed a copartnership uuder
the style and name of
PLATER & 3MELSON,
For the puriosc of conducting a
General Fire Insurance Business
representing, amongst others, the following
Itoyal of Liverpool 12,500,000
Imperial, London 10,000,000
.Planters, XcuipZiis ioo.ooo
A share of the public patronage respectfully so
licited. Oilicc, Hank of Tennessee l.nilding.
THOMAS TLATKlt. W. C. XKLSOJv.
ASIIYILLE, DEC. 23, 1873. ESCAPED
from Uaccard's (Juarry, on the evening of Dec.
21, 18T3 eiglit (8) convicts of following descrip
tion. The above reward will be paid lor the de
livery or each one to me at tlie Tennessee Peni
tentiary. DESCRIPTION :
From Gibson county, 22 years old, a leet io
i,,Hips liili. weighs IO Hw.. motlier's mark on
right shoulder-blade, also scar on left knee from
liVJI roSTER, Coloretl, -
Prfim nnl-lilxiii ciiinitv. 22 vears old, 5 lect U.
inches high, weigiislOo'lbs., end of third linger
on left bund cut oil.
E IIEXDKRSeX, Coloretl,
Lincoln county, 21 years old, 5 feet" inches high,
weighs IS2 lus., longscar on icit .inn, wi uuc uu
leu nanu aim wrisi, mm uuu
JIEXKY LARK, Coloretl,
n.-iviil-mi roiintv. 2J vears old, 5 leet b v inciies
high, weighs 15S lbs.; he is iiock-marked.
Davidson county, 21 years old. 5 lect 10,f inches
high, weighs 151 lbs.; no visiuie marks.
LKAVIS 1IARRISOX, Colored,
T.-nnv nnimlv. "T vears old. 5 feet Oi,' inches high
weielis 118 lbs.; has a scar on ielt liaiid lrom a
cut, and small scar on the forehead.
i.-nv -n,mfv r. vnnrs old. 5 feet fiw iiichcshinli
weichs 151 lis.: scar on right side of tlie moutli
and scar on Ielt hand.
KII.I, FARKA, Colored,
Shelby county, 28 years old, 5 feet ftf inches
high, weighs Wl lbs.; Ielt leg lias ueen oroKcn,
and tliird linger of Ielt Hand lias oecn masncu.
dec2i tf AV. MATT BKOWN, Warden.
15BLS. KGGS WANTED, FOB
O.OUU which the highest market price will
be paid by
S. G. BKADLEY, rroducc 'Lealer,
nov2G 4m No. 145 South Market st
All Act to Suppress Crime.
"ITTJIEKEAS, from tlie frequency of drunken
VV l.mils. :iml the demoralization that seems
to be w idespread, colipleiT with the many brutal
assaults WltlttKlllie ailll pisioi, inn. ujhj ujiuh mo
the nilicers of the law;
And whereas, it is plain to be seen such acts
are tlie offspring of the deplorable habit ol car
rving deadly weapons, and a knowledge of this
inadequacy of the law to severely puni-h the of-
r. .. .,,,,r.. trir-t :iiTiiiir.t of their duty; therefore.
Be it enacted by the Mayor and City Council
Section 1. That every person found carrying a
pistol, bowie-knife, dirk-knile, sluiig-sIiot,brass-knncks,
or other deadly weapon, shall bo deem-
"a irniiu fchall lm lineil lrom ten to
liftv dollars at the discretion ot the court, but
uimJh conviction shall bo lined llfty rtollars lor
every sucli subsequent offense; provided, how
ever, that ordinary pocket knives and common
-11-V- oin.friiinl Irt Itf ilprutlv
Sec 2. That It shall bo the duty of every po
lice officer who sees any person or persons with,
or knows of any person carrying such deadly
...,a tn immediately arrest every such per
son, that they may be dealt with in accordance
With the provisions in utia iiui.
Sec. 3. That every police officer who may tc
,.. nr npf.lwt to immediately arrest every
such person seen with or known to be carrying
suclnlcauiy weapons, siiau uu iirem buihj
o .irniiptinii nfilntv. and uwin conviction tliere-
of sliall be dismissed from the service; and any
two respectable citizensihall be deemed compe
ton, i. nrpfcr Ali.irirps tn tlin nroDer authorities
against such -police officer for such dereliction of
Sec. 4. To tlie end that the provisions of tins
act may be more fully carried out, tlie Police
Commissioners be and are hereby instructed to
increase tlie number o! police patrolmen u unity-four,
to be uniformed, paid and controlled In
accordance with tlie present iolicc law.
Sec. 5. It is expressly unuersiooii mai uii
..: ,1,1.1 net rplntinftii rjirrvincsuch dead-
lv weapons mentioned in tlie preceding section
J .. . , ... 1 ntliar n(rwfir fir HIT.
does not cxteim i" puntc i. i--
,.i;hp,i i.v law to carry sucli dead
ly weapons; neither does it extend to the act of
lian'inng or muviMK
ordinary business way.
i " J rri.otn lnvt-s nr nnrtsof laws in con
flict wltii the provisions of this act arc hereby re
Pealed, and tfiis act to take effect fr6m and after
its passage, the public wcltare uemuumi's n.
Approved Dec. 2C, 1S73. . T
TIIOS. A. KEBCHMAL,
dec27 3t ' Ma'UT'
T WILL. OX THE IitDAYOF JANUABY
is; I, Bent or Lea?c nil tlie Stalls connectejl witli
the Market for tbp enpning year,. .Terms made
known on day. GEO. W. NORVELL,
nee. "3. 1S73. Ass't Marshal,
Select Real Estate
First 2atiiaal JSanlr,
OF IJASHVIUiE, TESHT.,
No. 55 Iforth College Street.
The. Designated Depository or
United States for Middle
M. BURNS, C. K. PARSONS,
E.R. CAMPBELL,' A. G. EWING,
-A. L. DEMOSS, "WM. SIMMONS.
M. B. riLCHER.
Receives Deposits, Deals in Foreign and Do
mestic Exchange, Gold, Silver and Govern
ment Securities. Collections made and
remitted for on day of payment at
current rate of exchange. Rcv
nuo Stamps for sale.
M. BURNS, W. O. BUTTERFIELD. .
janll tf sp Assistant Cashier.
SOBIKSON, CHASE & Co.
No. IS BROAD STREET, N. Y.
Transact a general Banking Business in all its
details, allowing interest upon
Banks, Banking Institutions, Private
Bankers and inamanals.
,, , 'onpildto tlio investment of
uiutr Avn nnT FUNDS,
... .. 7-Z .Tr...-nlslied
and lniorinatioii regaruiun mu miuu nu.
Buy and sell upon comrilisiion Gold. United
States Stocks, and all Securities dealt m t tlio
New York Stock Exchange.
First-class Muncipal and Railroad loans ne
Kur.KSB N. Kobi-sos,
Gror.tiK II. Cuase,
dec 10 3m
TjiomAs 15. Atkims,
Williaji T. Morris.
REAL ESTATE SALES
ttkDER AiiD BY VIRTUE OF THE AU"
U thority in nlo vested by tlie terms, and pro
visions of a deed of trust io in executed by M.
C. Cotton, on Dec. 3, 1S70, which is recorded in
Regbter's Office for Davidson county, Team, In
book 41, page 282, we will t.ell at public auction,
On Thursday, Jan. 1, 1874,
at the Courthouse door in the city of Nashville,
Countv of Davidson, and Stito of Tennessee,
the following described property, to-wit: A lot
of ground in the city of Nashville, Tenn., lying
on tlio west side or College street, about midway
between Ash and 'Mulberry streets, in said city,
beginning at tlio comer of the lot known as the
Gun Factory Lot, and running north with the
west margin of College utreet eighty-nine (89)
feet alul'ten ( 10) inche West to the corner of J. H.
v.,,i,nr.f: lntr tin-linn east with Earhard's line
one hundred anil forty M10) feet to an alley:
thence south along the line and centre of said
alley cightyniiic (SU) feet and ten (10) inches to
the linn of said Gun Factory lot; thence east
along tlie line of said lot one hundred and forty
(140) feet to tlie beginning. Said lot being com
posed of Hlty-two (52) feet and ten (10) inches,
conveyed to the said Cotton by F. Cramer by
deed, which is recorded in Register's Ofllcefor
Davidson county, Tenn., in book 34, page 491;
and of thirty (30) feet conveyed to the said Cot
ton bv A. J. Bo-iworth, by deed recorded In said
office"in book 18, page 92 of five (5) feet convey
ed to mo by A. A. Hatcher by deed registered in
said offlce in book 32, page 476; and also of two (2)
additional feet conveyed to said Cotton by
Monohan and KnowIcs,by deed recorded as tbe
above in book r page 322. The property here
tofore described is the property of the said M.
C. Cotton, conveved to u.as above stated, to se
cure the payment of a note for .2,500, executed
to us as Trustees on Dec. 3, 1870, and payable
Dec. 3, 1872, which note, with interest, wasaiot
paid at maturity. , . ,
Tiie property is well improved, and will be
sold to the highest and best bidder tor cash.
Sale free from tlie equity of redemption.
We are authorized to make absolute deed to
4 DANIEL F CARTER,)
A.G.ADAMS, S Trustees.
JAS. M. HAMILTON,)
Saturday, 13tU July, 1873.
r nirrrn Hint the sale as above advertised may
bo made whenever the above named Trustees
may elect, and I bind myscll to auiU6 oy tue
same as covenanted in the deed to me.
June 14, 1873. M. U. xu.
rV VIKTITK OF A TKUST DEED, DUI
I J registered in the Begister's Office of tbe
.,.,..., ,,r liiviiluin 'IVtiii.. in book 45. 1)3 CCS
303 and 310, and executed to me on tbe 10th of
July, 1511, by tne lcnncssco .tiriuiuiiuiii
Mechanic Association as indemnity and seennty
to AV. A. Cheatham, D. H. McGavock, A. G.
Adams, .lohn II. Williams, . uacxsuu, .
M. Hamilton, Hiram Vaughn, Itobt. . rosier
It. 11. Gardner. Thomas a. tiounson, iuuiujj
Chadwcll, N. K. (infflu, JJ. iociiriii, uuuu
Overton and E. B. Klliston, against loss as sure
,ii ,i port.'iin linhilitles of said Association,
sneciticallv set out in said trust deed, I will pro-
ceeu to sen, uy request ui otvuimw,
highest bidder, at the Fair Grounds, near Nash
Saturday, Jan. 10, 14,
iovir.M.-nil tlm Linda embraced in said
trust deed, and being all the real cstated owned
by said Tennessee Agricultural and Mechanic
..tn.i:itiim within tlie Fair Ground enclosure,
together with all the improvements thereon, up
on the following terms, viz.: One-third of the
purchase money in casn, ami me uaiaiieu m u
equal instalments at C and 12 months, by note,
with approved security, anil bearing Interest
from date, and a lien retained upon the land,
and improvements sold to secure payment
thereof. The sale to be tree trom the equity o
decs td MICHAEL VAUGHN, Trusteo
K. R. FREEMAN
I). I). S.,
No. 117 CHCBCII ST.
Oilicc Hours, 8 A. ?f. to 1 I. 31., ami 3
to ( 1. 31.
ag26 tf sat sun&I ues
ke Soiled io al! Climate
AND FAMOUS FOB BEING
EE&T TO Vm
CHEAPEST TO BUY!!
EASIEST TO SELL II!
Paraoua fur doing rasro end
Qnlckcr r.ncl Chenpsr
Thaa tnj EtOTCof ths ccit.
FAaious ron cinso
mm cf vim mmm,
Excelsior ISIaimfacturing Co.,
st. j.ovis, no.,
PHILLIPS, BUTTOIIFF & CO.
F. J. JONES & CO.,
PRACTICAL SLATE ROOFERS
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in. all kinds of
American Slate. All orners promptly
omcenml Yard cor. Tine .t Clihrch ntn,
Particular attention paid to Overhauling Old
jy 6ra koois.
CITY BUSINESS LIST
Bakers and Confectioners.
L. II. tRID. 85 Church street.
Mns. GEO. UKKIG, 42 Union street.
JUXOEKMASS & CO., 34 Public square.
CHAS. ROBERTSON. 21 N. Market street.
0. II. WESSEL, 32 N. CoUege street.
Boots and Shoes.
B. M. EATHERtt, CI X. College strcetl
CHAS. II. HALL, 47 N. College street.
JOHN HOLAIIAN, 9 Union street.
3IANKY & BBO., 93 Churcli street.
TKECY & COYLE, 21 Union street.
T. E. 1VIXSTEAD. A CO., 7 X. Cherry street.
Clothing and Gents' Furnishing Goods.
S. rOWEBS'ft SOS, 20 l'ablic Square.
China, Glass and Qucensware.
HICKS. HOUSTON CO., 51 X. Collega st. and
45 Public Square.
, II. COUSEXS Si CO., comer Broad and Cherry
Furniture Manufacturers and Scalers.
WEAKLEY & WARREN, 10 and 11 X. College St.
Hats and Gents1 Furnishing Goods.
JOHN II. HeKKE & BRO., 36 Union street.
WAIN WALKER. 24 Public Square.
ISAAC WATERFlELDj 43 Union street
Hoop Skirt Manufactory and Ladies'
LOYEHAX & CO., 16 Public Square.
TYNES, 24 K. Summer street
' Mattress Manufacturer.
ED. II. MILLER, 7 North College street
Manufacturers and Dealers in Hair Work
JOS. IT' t01SEAU c0- 21 N Cherry street
Manufacturers of Pur ?nd dealers in
Hats and Gents' Goou
LANDE & BRO., 21 Public Square.
Music and Musical Instruments.
B. D0E3IAN& CO., 83 Church street
Plumbers, Gas and Steam Fitters.
HE5DEB30N BBO'S & CO., 73 N. Cherry street
C. C. GIEIIS, 45 Union street
K. POOLE, comer Cherry and Union streets.
THOMPSON BK08 KELLY, 14 N. Summer st
Paints, Oils and Glass.
CHAS. H. GALTHIEK, 15 N. College street
Saddles, Harness, Etc.
3. I). MARCH A SON, 50 N. Market street
31. JIcKEON, 55 S. College street
Sewing Machine Agencies.
rr nm-vrtF v.. A. Nelsox. 152 Wiurcu street.
SINflEB. J.'B. Carpester. 122 Church street.
WEED. B. AV. Baxdall. 9 N. Summe street
WHEELEK Jc WILSUJ, iiow akd oi ouuu, i-o
Stove, Tinware, Etc.
PHILLIPS, BCTTOBFF & C0.,22N. college st.
Tobacco, Cigars, Etc.
& U WIIOHLEr, 47 S. Market street.
DUXSTKAD, 31 N. College street.
ATKINSON' & ALSTEAD. 27 N. Cherry streeu
31. SOIIFL Jfc t O., 13 1. liuerry sireeu
B. II. STIKr, 5 Union street.
E. WIUGEKS, 31X N. Cherry street.
rnilE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING OF
I i.o utni-viiniilorsnftliR Nashville Life Insu
rance Company, for the purpose of electing
seven Directors to manage its allairs, will be
held at the office of tlie Company, No. 16 Max-.-oll
Trims,- on Mondav. Jan. 5. 1374. at lOo clock
7 ..... I......" IMt ITII
dec20 tde oecrcuiij
JL.HE ANNUAL MEETING of the Stock
holders of the First National Bank of Nashville,
Tenn., will be held at the office of said Bank on
Tuesday, Jan. 13, 1874, for the purpose oi ciecv
hit? seven Directors to serve the ensuing year.
decl630d W. C. BUTTJSKr-.Lfc.iaJ, iasmer.
Fourth National Bank.
I HE ANNUAL MEETING of the Sharehold
ers of this Bank, for the purpose of electing Di-
NTIL FURTHER NOTICE, TIIE DIXIE
Oil Company will pay $1.40 each for ail goou
Coal Oil Barrels, delivered at tho -Workson Mc-
oc3 tf ROBERT THOMPSON, Pree't.
H x i ? A
JTotice to the Holders of the Circnlatingr
Notes of the Bauk of the Union.
TY ORDER OF THE CHANCERY COURT
ll at Nashville in the case of V. F. Cooper, Tr.,
vs. It. H. Thompson and others, the holders of
tlie circulating note of tho Bank or the union
are hereby notlfled to present the said notes for
payment to tlie Trustee, on or before the 1st day
of July, 1874, or before the final dividend of the
trust funds in said cause, if tlio final dividend
should be delayed beyond that date, otherwise
they will be forever haired from anv claim In
Bald funds. "W. F. COOPER, Trustee.
Dec. 17, 1873. dec23 3m Dim "Wlm & SWlm
l VICTIM OF EARLY INDISCRETION
J, causing nervous debility, premature decay,
itn bavin? tried in vain even advertised rem
edy, has discovered a simple mean of belf-cure
TVJIICU HO Will BCI1U UCU W icnun-.-munn.T
Address J. II- REEVES, 78 Nassau street, New
York. oc eoiwm
617 St. Cbarlet ctreet. St. Lonls, has been longer n
KgMta tbe treatment ofallrenereal and texuil dieatei
than nj pcelallstla St. lool, the city papen ihcT
-Uo fpermatorrbccB. texntl debility ndlcipoieney, at tba
res alt of self-abase la youth, or sexual excesses; STmptcxnt
being, Derroasness, semlnslemissIoBS,debiUtrtduaness of
sight, delectlre metaory, pimples on the face, physical decay
aversion to society of females, confusion of Ideas, loss of
sexual power, are permanently cred. Pamphlet M pajes
free. STery letter of inquiry with oat stamp annre red.
tni mar mi i mm t wjuwf
R.H. GROOMES & CO.
AGENTS FOR J. M. FULLIAM.
42 and 44 KOKTII CHERRY STREET,
TKAIiKRS IK BURIAL CASES AND CAS
J kets, and Agents Tor Crane, Breed & Co.'s
and other Improved Cases and Caskets. Attend
promptly to an mnerais in cuy or Burrounuinc
conntry Willi line jiearres iut imjiu .nuiim .tin
Chililren. elceranlilc onlers filleil with ill
patch. Taylor'c I'atent Corpse Prccerrer, he
ihles other Preservers, that are warranted tc
preserve a corpse from 13 to 20 days without do
cay. Al me omce uay uu wguu
anl4 till ap
THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE
SOCIETY, NBv York,
Haa an accumulated capital exceeding;
Yearly revenue of rcoro than
The Lives Insured by this Society are careful
ly selected In different parts of North America
and Europe, furnishing, by this broad field of
operations, an additional and exceptional Mfetj
to the Policy-holders. Tbe Insurances are mado
only on the Mutual Principle. The Surplus Pre-
ml urns are returned annually to the Insured.
Policies are also issued upon the
or upon the principle of accumulating profit
for definite periods, which, was first introduced,
by this Society, and has been recommended ami
endorsed by eminent experts in Life Insurance,
and by leading business men. Forty-four per
cent has been earned and accumulated on tho
premiums paid on its Tontine Life Policies, and
forty per cent on the Tontine Endowment Poli
cies issued within the last rive years.
No Life Insurance. Company has such large
annual transactions as the Equitable, none is
more prompt and just in its dealings.
GEN'L MANAGERS OF MIDDLE TENN.,
Nos. 402akd 41 N. College Street,
de 5 lm eod
'S-- S- SSSS-
W. IIoorEK Harris.
It C. K. ilictu;-
HARRIS & CO., .
34 South Market Street,
Make cash advances on Cotton to their author
ized correspondents in Liverpool, New York,
New Orleans and Charleston. Offer at all times
Sagmr, Cottce, Cnmllcs. i'orcln and
Domestic Uquors, Etc.,
Direct from lie fillers, -Importers, ami Manu?r"
facturers. uov22 UT
WILLIAMS, BLACK A CO'-
J20 Pcnrl Street, New York,
WILLIAMS, BMCK & WNiLLUIS,
CHAKliESTOjr, H C,
Siccial attention given to tho purchase ami '
sale, of Cotton for future delivery.
Advances made and information furnished by
Harris & Co., 34 South Market street. nov22tf '
J. N. ROBSON,
Nos. 63 East Bay and 1 & 2 Atlantic Wnarr,
ir.irinir nmnle means for advances, a business
experience of twenty years, and conlining him
self strictly to a Commission Business, without
operating on his own account, respectfully so
licits consignments of Cotton, Fkror, Com,
Wheat, etc. noris ii
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
A. TWO-STORY BRICK DWELLING ON '
Cedar street, In gooil condition. Price 5,000
one-third cash; balance in 1 , 2, 3 and 4 yearn. ,
ARRINGTON, FARRAlt & WEAKI.Ev,.,
dec21 eodtf Agents, No. 3fi N. College st.
'VE HAVE A VAR5I OF 300 ACRES IK
Samner county, with two-story Brick House,
which we will exchange tor city property at
ARRINGTON, FARRAR & 'WEAKLEY',
dccH eodtf No. 36 N. College-.
JFor Jicttt, r -.
A LARGE AND COM5IODIOUS "WARE-
house, fronting on Church, Clark anl Front
streets, suited eithef for storing or manufacr
J ARRINGTON FARRAR iv WBAKlit.1 , Jr
decH eod tf Agentsy.
For Kent for 1S74.
We HAVE FOR RENT SEVERAL NIE
and choice Residences, woll locnted; bI.o Cot
tages and Storehouses. - "
ARRINGTON, rAHliAli vV t.Aviir.i .
nov30 tf No. 3G N. College strecU ,
4th Grand .Gift Concert! .
FOR TIIE BENEFIT OF THE
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KY.
OVER A MILLIOX IX BMK!
SUCCESS ASSI7IiEL !
A FULL DRAWIM UJSKTAia
On TncMlay,31st orjlnrcli next.
- . . .. r-m --Tt" M T
IN ORDER TO JlEtT J. Jit. utr.u.nu
I wish and expectation of the pnMlc and tho
ticket-holders, for the full payment of the mag
nificent gifts annonnced for the ortIi C.rana
Gilt Concert of therublic Lihrarj'or Kentuaky,
the management have determined to postpone
the Concert and Drawing until
Tuesday, the 31st of March, 1874
They have already realiied
OVER A MILLION DOLLARS,
And have a great many Agents yet to hear from.
SO DOUBT IS EXTERTAIXEO Or TUB SALE OT
EVERY TICKET BEFOKB Till.
WHETHER ALtAKE SOLD OK .wr inr. .'""
ASD DRAWIXO WILt rOSlTIVBLT ASD OSEt
QU1VOCALLV TAKE l'LACE OX ""IK 1AV SOW
FIXED, ASD I? ASV KEMAIS ISSOLD fBl WILI.
BE OAXCELKD, ASD THE TRIZES WILL HE RE
DUCED IX TROI-ORTIOS TO THE XTSSOLI TICKETS
Only 60,000 tickets have been issued, and
13,QOO Casli GriftsI
will be distributed among the tlcket-holdcre..
The tickets arc printed in coupon ot tenths,
and nil fractional parts will be represented In
the drawing, just as whole ticket are.
LIST OF UIFTS.
One rnnil Ous'i Jift
One Griinil Ca.nh SIft
One Ornnil Cash ilft
One Gmml Castli Gift
One Grnml CaU Gift
fo Cns!i irt. S10.000 ench
SO Cnsih Gifts, 3,000 cncli..
50 Cash GlftH, 1,000 each..
0 ish Gifts), 30O cacJi..
10 Csl Girts, 400 -ach..
150 Cash GlftH, 300 each..
250 OihIi Girts, 200 each..
323 Cash Girts, 100 earn..
11.000 Cash Gifl.M. 50 each.
Total, 12,000 Gifts, all cash,
amounting to 31iOO,000
Tho chances for a gilt aro as one to tivo.
PRICE OF TICKETS.
"Whole tickets. S50; Halves, SSS; Teiitlu;or
each coui-on, $5; Eleven Whole Tickets for $500;
22 Tickets for SI.000; 113 Whole Tiekets for
S5,W; Z.1 Whole Tickets for ? 10,000. No dis
count on less than .500 worth of tickets.
The Fourth Gift Concertwlli be conducted, In
all respects, like the three which have already
been given, and full particulars may be learned
fromclrcnlars which will be sent free from this
office to all who apply for them.
Orders for tickets and application for agen
cies will be attended to in the order they are re
ceived, and it is to be hoped they will be sent in
promptly that there may be no disappointment
or delay In filling alL IJberal terms given to
those who buy to sell again. All agents aro ler
emptoriiy required to settle up their account
and return all unsold tickets by tho 20th day of
THUS. E. BRAMLETTE,
Asrcnt Public library Kentucky,
And Manager Gift Concert, Public Lib. Building
dec!3 dtues&fri W till mh31
mTTTl RTl C'rp "p WE SENT
That a husband can give to his wire Is a recel
for a year's subscription ($3.00) to the
Of Louisville, one of the largest auA Ixfof
family religious newspapers, Prcslijterian.ui
uiihcctarian, containing articles on pracUcal re
ligion from some of the ablest ministers in jno
South, able editorlaK stories Tor the youngnre
lieious news from all the other denominations,
mLscellaneons, scientific, farming and litemrr
departmento, general Intelligence, wholesalo
markets For specimen copies (ent free to any.
address) containing list of premiums, write to
A. & F. R. COXVHtSE, rubs;,
decl3d&w6w LOUISVILLE, KY .
"le men throughout the country
(juire that she be put in tbe same position decziiw
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