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NASHVlfciii frMQN AJSjD AMMlGly, THURSDAY, JA2FUARY 1. KM.
If . . , . t -a x r? 'MlffN AND afflRlCAN. The Virginius .Jias teen condemned ty the admindtr coitrtf Havana, ami A 1)es Moinks dispatch states that. Col. 'Wlll.iMcEtW. iff fWrimi fnrmiM-lv- of the 2atlIosufajitiiyinis accepted8 Jl&ion-'clllEfof staff in the army ofthe Khedive of E,'vit. .ahOOlaailart-' -d for his post. He is a graduate tf West P.mhL - " ' ffHSccretafy ?6f th6 Treasury icar riesonancxtenslveeorrcspontlence. It is stated that his dopartmoiit has already used of the .mO(,m X) appropriated for official stamps for the eurrent fiscal yar.rHM. Perhaps ;he Is trying to demonstrate a return to the franking privilege. - ns The X,mia tljira) exiled hy -V. Ppltoncof tlieliding Republicans of the State, declines in lie Joyal to the party" when such fealty demands "sacrifiW-of jmncipl-anil manUood". and thedljfeiiee of "eaSuryjsdefalCas tions, salary grabs, and unblushing ue- fianee of puhlic decenej- hy 31r. Car penter. If Republican journals gent-rally would take a similar position, the two-thirds Republican majority in Congress would notignore..tle demand of the ipcbpic for an unc&iditipnal re peal of tae'&ilary grab, and 'Carpenter would find it convenient to retire from the Presidenev of th Senate. The first general State election in Pennsylvania, under the new Constitu tion, will take place on Tuesday. Nov. :!. 187 1. At this election a Lieutenant Governor. Seeretarv of Internal Affairs and a full House of Representatives, are to be ehvt-ed according to the di vision of the population of the State ly two hundred, which will give a few ver two huudreiT uieuibei-s; alwi. State Senators in all the districts in which there bhall -lie vacancies. Tlie next session of the Pennsylvania Legislature will be one of ibe most important ever held in the State" A jiow api-ortion- menfc of Representatives in the Senat and House, and a re-arrangement of the Judicial Iisuieis of the State, will te made. The rUf.-hn,jh P..t says: "At tin Xuhk of the great financial ponie. Grant :tnd Secretary Richardson were em-nh.-tlH.- in their declarations that the -v-l J.obo.boO ri-serves could not be issued without the authority of Congress. i'oiiyrcss-has iven no authority fur he issue of the reserve, yet $:!l.KMrlMMi .if it has already 1-cen issued and it is going out daily. Aoenrdiiig Jo their own niu'nitd di-iSivn. Grant and hie Seeretaiy have violated and aw vio lating the law in issuingtlii'se reserves." The Xcr Yrk Titna?. Grant organ, con Jvs-es. as much. It says in its issue, i Dec. -23: "We have never seen any rtftsoii to change the opinion, formed .. a careful examination of the facts, that the so-called Tiw'iTc' f forty four milltoiif of greenbacks was not lawfully within the control of the Treasury Department."' Tin: Xrtr Yuri: 7'. suggests tCm jjivss the ncinlitioiial rejx-al of the increase of wikry act upon its reas sembling, ami tlie lUdMHjtm Jo'irmJ, the Republican oi-gan at the capital of J ii. liana, responds lliat "thnre r-an be nothing cle:irer than that if Congress r.'iilly desires t meet wliat may -be termed universal -j.jH"ctation there will I- no i-omroinises r adjustments of Uffi-reiit-ef.. but a cleau. -ch-ar li'jusil of the bill, putting salaries lwcfc t wluit they were before Man-h ISTo." Yet tin- Republicans with a two-thirds nia-ioritvine.-ii-h house. fntteredawavthii w, -l,s of i1h- session wkhnut accom pli.shing ain- tiling in the direction in diiatitl by these two pajx-rs. which siiji mrtel the iT-ele-t ion of Grant.- The c.mrsi' if the Republican members in the commencement of Hie session gives no assurance that .they will meet (he jllSt expectations of fill people. A(;i!irn.n k.h- Jti:ioi; i. The Senate has passed a bill to dis continue the 2rintinu of public docu ments for jMipular distribution. J'rr ;t,ttri, the House adopts a resolution to print iiio.iKiil copies -ach of the Ag ricultural reports of lR72and l7o. at it ewt of alnjut 0 cents each. This di verse action shows tlmt (Joiigros is alniutas much at sea on printing as it is .in finance, and most other things. It is desirable that our agricultural, manufacturing and mining interests be a little farther removed from partisan politics, but how this blessing is to he -ibtjtined is not very clear. Agriculture is The buck-lione f,f (1. 11:1(1.1)1; indus iry jind public rewniie. Without taxes and revenue the fiibral government would be nowhere. TIowt)(en,-sinwe. .ir Congress, sejiamte lalw on the faiiu fromihat in the workshop and factory" Tinier the (-nsUtiiUon Congivw iegis-lati-s at once for the security and pm motion of evcrj- bi-aneli of productive industry. Its agricultural reports arc 110L ntvtwsarih'. gotten up and printed by the 2irii(ly copies a 3'ir. licjTe as elec.tioin'rijig capital in the hands of Rcpri-seHtsttiv-s- They may In- med :,s smb. especially with the frank ing privilege extended to them. 'I'iiis principle should not be d.rpurtd from: and what will Congress do witlj live hundred thousand copies of Com missioner Watfs lucubrations? How arc they t ! cpially distribut-d over the whole nathr Are they really xvirth what tiny foir Tlu're is n warmer or mor. uu.-ciinulon.iliticiaii jjjjVnrerti! than Senator Cameron, of P Vfti Jii? ws his appoint me'iit to rSviubieiicc with tlyJ 'resilient. In MiSfctU m.:-ag-. the Jisw,,,'vo fs,'hi to "5e. tic- the Department of Agricullnn Tin-re is a screw loose Hoiuewhcre. PeiMifvIana has a g unity number of iarmers. but it wouM difficult to liii.l one b qualified for the place than .In.lge AVatt. a J'here are. however, able suliiuiliiiafamA) the department; and if one -of tlnHvs.t wt? jilaeetl at its head, one might purchase a copy of ..f the annuulreportu and get fheworib his momy-. Rut who can pmmicu :uiv reform "in AVashinglon without a change of rulersr With the opening, of a new year it may he worth while to take our polit ittd gearing's hetx in Tennessee, and the l-ouiitry at' large. For some years past 4iUikStatahitsaheendbturl)etLby.suc- eessivc eJTiytsuudei; various naines to estuldish a third-party. Tins-element, loo wik to ''accomplish aiTything of itself, has onlyjmibarrassed the wplj incjining Democratic majority, and aid e5 thS-'cdmuion enemy, until in the last national election it.garc Radicalism the substantial victory. Its career thrpuglibutlia been ..that of juniariilot. Itlal'phaVe is 'so-c;illed Indepen dence" iudqjttiidcnep between the two partiesTepreseiiting eehtralism and its wjicoinitantciimiptionontheonehand, and local self control, with pure and simple government on the other. With an air of pretended jinipadftility, the would-be independent organs have nought i to; .bring 'Radicalism and De mocracy on a level which can only be done by exalting the former beyond Us deserts, aud dragging down the latter without regard tojisticf. For some months past the rolo ofViueh organs has been to pick out of"flie cesspool of Rad ical rottenness, some stray scrap of honesty which niightihe praiseUI They have seized every pi?sil;lc excuse to laud the dominant party for this or that small crumb of comfort. When filmy cannit praist-, th'eyihave askedttlie, ,pciplc?on bended 'knees to 'thankGod aifd the Administration that things are-no worse! On the other hand, to keep up the bravado of pretended im pni Utility, they have diligently sought motes in the eye of their Democratic brother, and the pettiest peccadillo on our side, has been exag gerated into absurd dimensions, iuorder to reach the ultima thule of sublime in difference, that ltoth parties were equally corrupt! They have fonnd this role rathj TjoiVflicult to carry out. because Radicaffsm has given them little oppor tunity for laudation, and the Demoe raeydias afforded but few excuses for blame. They- have struggled manfully under this double difficulty, but never have they permitted their pretctided imjvartialify to letray Ihein into a good word for tlie Democracy. They have 1k.vii eminently indeiendent" of jus tice and reason, Imt in no sense impar tial. . Rut jiow that thcc same organs which have K-eu prejiehing the funeral of Democracy for j-eurs. legin to dis cern the real'signs ofthe timcsand con fess that it is Radicalism which is doomed instead of Democracy, it i& time or us to bestir oinvchi's and set our house in order, to be prepared for the coming catastrophe. The dominant party is indeed doomed by the people of the country: and the party whose vi tality has Ix-en proven by the shocks of three-rpiartersof a century, culminating in a civil and KOrial revolution that freed four million slaves. Mionh pre pare for the succession. While push ing Radicalism to the wall by the continued exposure of its widely ramified rottenness, we nnwt not foi-get to prepare fw tin" wtirk of national reparation fiiat will devolve on n after victory in the Ihild. This work will be the more arduous be csuisc we will fall heir to a government demoralized in all its branches, with a public credit strained to its utmost lim it. ThePwdigiilsJiave siKajdered the substance of the country in riotous liv ing, and our jtsl; will be tin? un&elflsh oneof retrenchment and economy. For the jiast decade the most eJfective wk of the Democracy 1ms been criticism aud the cxiosHre of tho nisealitacs of the r'iniuig wr!v. For the next three years, we hjye a different ' work, that of divising a national pojicy at once homogeniiius andx-onsoiiant with the principle of local self-govcninfent. Hitherto cmrxoicy has lhen tiie nega tive one of oppiJshig and deiionjiciHg successive aisnrpations. Henceforth it must be a positive one looking to fbe reparation and conservation of .our free institutions. We have often urged the duty of organization. The duty now become iiiojiM imjKirq five than ever, ami wo arc proae to ije lieve that, with the goal of victory fully in sight, llw progress of organization in our ranks henceforth wilj .. tviM Indeed, mr only fear on the subject it that it mayle unire rapid thauhcajihy. and therefore we sound thus early u note of warning to our brethren. A !diealism disintegrates, the Dcmo racy jilifiijM hecoine more clo-M-lyt united. Ve have fyi inml t, nrrw anything frou; the dying party. 'J he living jiriiicipii'S of the ( 'oiii ituliuij. On which we stand, are an wefj ipJai'W'l to lti as they- were to ,IJ, Jn Jprpf portion as our policy hix-oines-ponltivof, ine party mics must ic oi.iuii -ngnrcr. Rats di-sert a sinking ship. The . less we accept of the refuse of Rmlical. ism, the surer , will be our success with the people, and the Hirer will bemjradniinisi ration pub lic affairs. The Butlers and lagans aud Dixcs lrft u once in their worship of success; we do uot(want ncb cjtttJc back. 11 we accept, converts of easy conscience, they will but bring disgrace ii us and our j'rineiples. If wo jint our ttititdt; to the work before us. there will soon bean citd to aJJ third jmrtii. The various farmer organr.aHoiiu tj. maud nothing which the DcniocradV does not also demand. The work ins uiimif tlie couiitrv. outide of a f,-xj comuM)i)ii:tii: fire-eatcr,s, demand nota ing which k do Jjot also 'demand. The Auti-M'ounpoliM, ii;'i'jii.'ijileiils. etc.. will likewise find their demands identi cal with ours. The only difference be twtvn these various classes and the Dciiiwracy is. that we embrace thei teiet of hH Hilt Peek to proteefJKll. even as the CouMit'iiii.-H fl;nw5s. Tiil! jinking of the Virginius is re garded as Uhfut f uu(ie at Washingtu. as having a tendency to liu-reuse fit,. present embai-rassment. Ifr. Gushing, (he recently apjoiiited Minister to SjHiin, is rciKulcdas saying that hehad no doubt that an effort wtntldbe made to c.rcjite a jHipular impression in Spain tjijit the sinking wsvk intentional on our pai-t, Jfc regretted that the opportunity- to iiwo fho yiriniiis brought before our court o had Iwen loii. lr.I.i:lIJK-V iiwiibim.1i It eosta soiuelhing to neglect or re fuse to pay taxes to the. usurping Kcl low "ovemment in Louisiana, as the CO o following items, built up from an ong-4nalltax.lelofthirty;ejght,l.centsf.will. show Tax ..S 38 Auditor's fee ... Collector'fee... Reeortler'sfee... ... 2 00 ...2P Printer's fee Penalty, 2o jier cent.'.... Total jr ?5 4b In one parish lyermillion) therp arc .QQStpersohs. IchargedS-witE delinquent taxes, the amount in the aggregate hc ing.2,6SylS. : The following arc the charges thereon: Auditor's fees at .?2 each 81.21G 00 Collector's ices at S2 each.. .. 1.21G 00 Recorder's fees at 10 each.. . 912 00 Printer's fees at 2.50 each.. . 1,520 00 Penalty, 25 per cent, on S2,- iiSvlrb' b3 11 TotiU costs 5,536 11 What a splendid government that of Kellogg must be! DISLOYALTY; : f - Scuntbr KUiiutttils (i ie Ovcr'hnulttl Tor Opposing Wllllaut'.i f-oullrmn-tion. Front the St. Iiuls Timrs. Washington, Dec. 29. Senator Edmunds is blamed by the President with this most disgraceful delay in the confirmation of Williams. Grant has fastened upon liiui as the guilty party, and, witllbut taking time to consider that-jwssibly Edmunds is a representa tive of quite a number of others, loyal and ultra-loyal. Edmunds was by no means the first Senator to lift his voice against the confirmation, hut ho is the Chairman of the pestiferous Judiciary committee, which, with an inquiring turn of mind, has gone about raking up reasons whv the distinguished Oregonian is not only unfit to Ire chief justice, but also to be attorney general, or to hold any other office in the gift of the executive or the people, and being such Chairman Edmunds is held res ponsible for this untoward conduct. Under the circumstances, of course it becomes the President's painful duty to make an awful example of this per son, which, it is understood, hcwill pro ceed at ouco U) do. Senator Edmunds has conducted himself as no true Re publican Senator ought, and be will be made to feel the weight of the dis pleasure of the White House manager of the party, anTfiTka taT comixk. Lht'ly Times Aiitlclimtetl After the Kcccss A Kcpiililicnn lternrin ?Iovo motit Sproul iiijr trout I.nil Full's lln.vscctl irass.i;clUcl Jloiuber Kicking out or the llnrtiesn. From tlit- St. Louis Krpul.lu an. Washington. Dee. 29. The change that has come over the fortunes of Grant's administration in the last few ver-ks is possibly the most sweeping and significant political revolution that ever happened in our history. It may be stated as the first proposition that the Republican party is broken completely- in two. Also that the en tire force of Western ant Northwest ern Republicans is openly breaking with the President and the only cle ment remaining unflinchingly loyal is composed of the Southern delegations and the pig-iron patriots from thcEast and Xorth. When Congress first met there was nothing on the surface to show that an upheaval was coming: but no ooner was a lmld leadership devel oped in tliepcrsonof Kasson than from eighty to ninety of the best men on the Republican side of the House sig nified by speech and vote their readi ness for revolt. The insurrection did not have time to gather much force be fore the holiday adjournment, but as sxn as congress reassembles it will open out with a vigor and strength that is lxmnd to startle the country. The day of whitewash litis gone by. Tlie elections of last fall in the North west, the choice of Booth for United States Senator in California, and the iusuborflinatinn of Judge Edmunds in the Senate on on h:,nd, and the ho.ld demand of Dawes .for a reduction of estimates and the exposures of luxuri ous extravagance in the departments on the other hand, have broken the back of the administration, and Grant's ijtoli; power is at last to be destroyed by open reV'Hion. This, will come, on the reassembling of Congress, in vari ous shapes. Williams' nomination will either he permitted to die a natural death in the Judiciary Committer, or openly reject ed by the Senate, and then the report of-the Secretary of State on our rela tions with Spain will In." laid on the dissecting table for the scalpel of S'-hur. Sumner, Ferry, of Connecti cut and riduumd. Rhitdibaeii will bo handled withouj: gloves, and there are as luajvy as fourteen hitherto staunch adherents of the President who will junk,, a greaj ilea of trouble and man ifest much ivsth ejies on t)iosujectof usurpation. In the House Ross Shep herd's request for an appropriation will ti liieajrejitci n dninaipl for an ijiyes l i -fiit itimfayJiilJli , unless choked oft' by inan like him. in the chair of the com mittee. IX fjSvfiK. tUuhuppv 'oncli(ion -l toruc.v (eu. I - rrnl AVilUaius" .Hlin. J'niin tin St. IaiiiN Times. Washington. De-. 21. -Attorney General Williams has givwn quite low spiritcd in the htst day or two. He be lieves that he will not be confirmed, and he feels his anticipated defeat keenly, because it will come from his old friends and associates in the Senate. Williams is sensitive, and consequently cannot avoid contrasting the course adopted by the Senate on his case with flujt which, was taken when Mr. Chase was Humiliated and in&tuut!yonfinned.. The delay metuis nothing more nor b-ss than that he has not kthe congdenee of the men who. from having served with him had been thrown into iiitinutc rcla- jous with him for a longtime, oughtto kliov and be able to iudge him. that thesc nan feel that tljerc is good rea son whv lie hhould not be Chief Jtisticc. Among those of hia old itsoci ats in the Senate who knew him best and who had regard for him, the oj)initH has been uttered to-day that he ought to insist tha his name be with-ji-wij; that he ought to appreciate the d.'HcutJ position iif which they arc placed, and end it by rcfiisijig ;i'ny loji ger to he a cttudidute for their action, lie made manv.avmmi .frLttjdtw4- the Senate and tWy are not inclined to go a$fl1nsTTiifiif but at the same tituc they do not feel they can conscientiously Vole iu mijlinn him in the office, iii iew of the violations that have been made as to the expenditure by him of the contingent fund plueed in hit Iii?;id for the public and clear ly Ht h personal umi. they do not look upon this as a inistake which U man who is rigidly honest .could make; that Mi Williams and the President persist in their demand; that tho con firmation jdiall be made uudcr tho cir eumstances docs not speak well for either of them or their iutcrinetation of the rules of strict honesty, such as should obtain in both public and pri vate life. Tb'de ut 1'ttle has been said pub uiie ruig'VJcinoaruin voting wtin ino ipn'g RepuWic;rrisJ will start off under Rntcji auspices as'Jcny Wilson, or some licly regarding the Attorney Generals decision in flic Virmniua case, thrrehHa iR-eit a great tlcalo, tpuct cntictsui of tt :unong the most piumuicut, of tho Iu-mI profession and well, knot.it statcsarcn here, the tenor of :which is decidedly .uucomplimentaryjlo the. aspirant for the se:it that has been honored by such men as Chase, Tanfry aud Marshall. A 1AJITEK-N FARElVEI.I, O.V Till: YIIir.E ItAVKlX There were among the passengers on the steamer Mrs. Bulklcy, the widow of the late J. R. Bulkley, a distinguished and wealthy citiaer. of New York, and her only daughter and child, MissMarie "Bulklcy, a young lndy of twenty year3. Whenthccbllisiontookplacc thenioer aud daughter and their companion, a MissWagstaff, ol JTcw York, hurried ly threw on some articles of clothin, took their satchels, in their hands, aiut rushed to tlie deck, there only to wit ness one of the motit tragic scenes ever conceived by the human iniaginatiou. The vessel was fsst going down, and there was -no hand to stive." Though all hope had died within them, they stood together, 'wit l unsubdued courage and Christian resignation, with their hands joined, awaiting the awful mo ment. It was hut im instant before the bow of the ship began to sink, and then the daughter dropped her satchel, gave her mother a last embrace, and said: "Dear mother, Lire courage; oidy a little struggle more, and we will meet again in heaven." No sooner were -.hesc words uttered than they were aU ingulfed, the two youn' ladies sinking to rise no more "tuitii the 'sea shall give up ita dead." Mrs. Bulkley rose to the surface, seized some object which -enabled her by a great struggle to keep her head above the water till she was finally rescued in a state of complete exhaustion and taken on board tho Loch. Erne. Mrs. Bulkley and her daughter had spent some tunc in Paris in 1871-72, and were well known, in -American circles. None who have ever seen the daughter can forget her, for she was only to be known to be reineJibered and to lie loved. Gkn. Leggett, Commissioner of Patents, has issued anorder forbidding the customary annual present of a pen knife and gold pen to tho emnloycs of the Patent Office. He says that these articles Avill be supplied to employes in case of necessity, upon proper applica tion being made, bet the practice which has obtained heretofore in all the De partments of giving away hundreds of dollars' worth of gcods in this manner is founded upon no satisfactory or just grounds and will bo broken up, at least as far as his office iu concerned. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Knights of rjliiias. I.I.MK5J15E1J.S OH i:i)i:KIEU)1.0l)fiK J No. 11, arc rdi'iettc tl to ruovt in Cas-tle Hall To-nlRlit, at 7 o'rloclt promptly, for inrtallatiouof officers. Ilv onler OKO. W. WISH, C. C. OEO. 31. .IACKSON K. K. &S. It LECTURE! FOK THE lienofit f)l" tlie Naslrvijlc .Library Association, THE HON. II. H. EWTNG- HAS KIMH,V COXSKJiTEnTO JlELIVKj: a lA-fture ou "Daniel Webster," tor the lieiieiit of tlie Library .V.-xicintlOTi. The LcVturc will late ilace on Friday Evening, Jan. 2, at 7 o'clock, in the Ilasinient of the Firt I'res liter!an Church. I'rics of adml-.-ion, twenty-tive-ccntx, to be iail at the door. jant 2t" QFERA HOUSE. TWO iJ;IITS OXI.. Wednesday and Thiirsday, Jan. 7 mid S 1J1UAVELL & MAcDOXOUGirS I51AI: CROOXC! 'cw Scenery. Continues mill Ktrects of llie Hon iJorRCOnH Description. THE KKXOWXEn CHILD WONDEIt, BABY-JIENSOX. THECH.K31IN PUKMIEUE DAXSKl'SE. 2VLLE I.UPO. THE 1'KE.MIEUE SPECIAL TV AUTISTE, 3USS JliXlJi UE2feQ&. JHE AVOSUEKFl'I. liei-iiaiitlez Tioipe. TJIB t;i:.VM ii.vi.Mrr.vM a rtii.i. ika- 3I.VTIC CV.nt'A.M'. The Ill.-ick Crooi fjrenadier llaml will maVe a iort I'.traile cadi attrniooii. AImK-ioii. I'jJuuctte anil three firt rows In DroK circle, si St). Family Circle, 50c. lU'ccrrtil sent. at .1. A. 3IcClureV Temple of 3luic. t itliout extra charge", en mn aftcrSatu'r- 1iiy, .lai "iio half mice for children, ami no curtailment ofthe exhibition on the tccon-l tinil la.it nlcht. jan I Wr TRUST SALE. UNDr.K THE rilOMSIOXS OF A DEED of Tni-t exccntcil by T. W. AVrllT, I will cKvj to tmblic Mile : t imblic nift'cr., at r llrtia I . . re. On 31mlay, Jan. IU, 1874, ami giicceejins ilays tin; Mock consistinx of .Seeds anl AKTlcitlititral rmplcmcuty, poye, Tltptitrc, llijrdnarci oa'l ' Ojl letups, "ilonsc ' turnlshlits-' (iootls, Caslliiit, WnstMiN, etc. Tiitncrs" and Cojyicr intUW Tools, Ma chines and Benches. ALSO, .Store nud Oflicc I'tintiture. Slielvlnc? tier? Counters, etc., etc. 3H lnl.1 U .IV'IVs: KVI.V Tnitl,v.' , I'TT . ' " G-UARDIAlfS SALE, A VflLL 15E S0M OK THE FIliST Tl'ES- V .lay jn I'cl.nmrv iiixt. at Atlanta. (In., at the UMial jilace ofltoUii g imblic .--ales, between tli lawful honrb of k e, Four Thonanil ami Ki"htv-three Sliarex of Stock in tin- Xnslnlllp ami Cliattun;a Iluilroa.l, Ono Itoiul tVir 0110-4-"' I lioUKimtiioilaison lifllhoulliwc.-1-rii uatlroaii, ami One Hundred Slum In the Cotton States Life Insurance Co. of tlcorgia.wiM as the I'rpii crty of licnjauiin May, ilcc'tl, tmJer an order of the Onlinary of Webster county, (la., to jiay debts of dcceaxil and lor the liiiqioe of distri bution. Teriu. cadi. Ul'STAVfS DkSAI-XCKY, j:mloalt (iuanlian. XOTICJ3. 1. StocVlioliIery of the Wltlnw iiutl Orphiin i'uid Life Iiiiitftnoo Coi l"Hjr tle imrjHM Of I lectinj;'Directoi 'wVl be hehl at the oflicc of Hie Coiiiiany, Lewi Il'ock, corner of Churcli Mini Summer ytreets. on lomlay, dan. 13, lbl. between 10 v. v. amis o'clock 1-.JI. jant tile T. 1 MAi:.SIIALL,Sec'y. Notice to Tinners. SI. A LED IIIDS WILL I'.K UECEIVED Vl to lau. S, lt!T4. for ettcriiiK the Itoilcr IIohm; 01 the 'itv Watemorks itli tin, the tin to be of jt,e braiuf kQn a. J. (:. TerijO dl. tlie york to lie done in i-icxl workmanlike manner, ami not to b aiil for until Kiti.i actorlly roved by the Coiiuiiitlceoi) Waterworks, I'niiit'ns iiottobe liiclnitetl. The cummiUeo reerv" the rigid to reject any or nil M. TrojioMil!' to be lllcd with "P. (I. i:i:i:KN. Clminnau.or JA31ES WYATT, Suiit. Waterworks janl Iw FOR RENT, . Tc rale Floor .Front or tlie Com. "ijie'rf;iil JnMttJtnce Conir pniiy-s Oflicc, Apply at the oftlce. lecSO It E. V. HICKS, Sccrctarj-. "J'or Kent Next "Year, mm: stoue-hoise xow occitpied .1. by Mess-rs. T-reiipanl & Co., on the comer of CoIle-;eMreet ami llank alley, 4(1 fect frou.t ami three i-lorieM hi"bwell MtuatiilYor biisineMi. Dec 2t, 1KTS. JAMES WOODS. dec 27 lw ANNUAL MEETING NASHVILLE BLOODIIORSB ASMIATM -mi rnilH ANNCAL MEETING 0PTIIEKAS1N J, ville Jiluoilhopic Association will take place nt their nxnuj, over W. T. Ilerry & Co.V, Ou Snturdjiy, Jnn. a, 1S74, .it II o'clock a. m. BHAKi', for the electiou of of ficer!, and otlier bti-inesi of interot. Full at tendance deireil. W. H. .lOHXSOX President. tlEO. W. DA1IDEX, See'y. tet31 It 1 iNEW ADVERTISEMENTS. E FlllM OF lLYMir.TOX .t- Pl-vvivn. Iiant W thl.nl:iiliifv il tit-Umllfiiin,.' .1 -r llJUiilton Micceeiiinc to the Hanlnare ami Mer-" rartlhlluMnw au-l U. W. Cunninshain,to Taiiu1r-aSr3raniif!ie.ir flT TattierT" " ' 11 portiut who are indebted to the late firm ar,jir'??'C'1I1.v int-ited tu call aiiil settle tlieir acdftanU .1. 3r: I1A3IILTOX. ! . U. W. CrXXIXtSlLVAI. Asnviw.r.. -Ian. 1, s-i. inni tw Jliriwarc and Cutlery, SHOE FISDIIiGS, LEATHER Axn t SADDLERY HARDWARE. r HIVVIXG SrcCEEDEH TO THE IIAUD tware bulne of Hamilton & Cnnninghara, the ijn.1e ndgneil will continue the business of the all Itsdepartnient.' (except Tanning) ... uiii cuiiiu, Xo.!if PUBLIC SQUAKE, NASHVILLE andjwlll b clad to ee the friemls ami cudo meraor the old lirm. f J ?I. JIAilll.TON. uviiiE,Jan.l, 1ST!. janllni CUNNING-HAM & CO., T SUCCESSORS TO UAXII.TOX A CUXMXG1IAM. IX THE MANUFACTURE OF LEATHER, Wilt continue tliUbiininet, and hoie to produce OalfLeather all kinds of mme high standard as lif retofore offered bv If. & C. Orders respect- full j xolicited from old ciutomers and new buyers.- They will hold themselves always ready to CASH FOll HIDES. OF.KICE, tS3 PITBLIC SQTTAKX TptABimiAK. Jan. 1.1S71. janl cKl2m EDUCATIONAL. CECILIAN COLLEGE, Male, 111,1110 country, on tho E. & P. K.I:, Board, tuition, wiuhliiff, luel, lifilits, for 20 Meek.-, siw. ii. a. i r.i-ii. ct jjkus., t;cuuu i-. u., jiaruin eoniuy, jvy. (lecoO cod2m ?MISCELLANE0US. 'Sealed Proposals. OFFICE OF W3I. C. SMITH, ARCHITECT. lOXChurelmtreet. Xahville. Tenn Sealeil projwsals will be received- at thU onice for the Miveral lintucUciol work required for the "Van dcrbiit l'uiveritv-' buildin?. aa fol!o-.- From .Ian. 2 to Jan. 12. iT4, at noon, for the Cnt Ntonc"Work nntl VnrpentcfH Work I rom Jan. 12 to Jan. 21, 1ST4, for the Tin nml t.'ulviiuized Iron Work. Jjlnt lnsr, Jns Fitting ami IMumblnsr, rinsicrlns, F-aiutin nud ilailu. Plans and yjecitication can be teen at tlie of fice of the Arrhitect. Tlie ri;ht Is re.-erved to reject any and all pro- ini-Mus. iiecai $50 HEWAKD. "vr iASUVlLLE, DEC. 23, 1SI3 ESCAPED from Haggard' Quarry, on the evening of Dec. 21, 1ST3, eight (8) convicts of following descrip tion. The above reward will be iild for the de livery of each one to mo at the Tennessee Peni tentiary. DESCRIPTION : .TAJIKS BFAnn, From (iil.Min county. 22 years old, 5 feet 10 incite liih. weiph.-t til) His., mother's mark on right MioHlder-blade. aWo ear on left knee from a cut. M'Jt ro.STIUt, Colored, Front DavhNm ctmntv. 22 vears old. 5 feet Ok inches hi!th,AT.iKhlill.. eml of third linger ou icif. uniiu em on. KI JIi:.VIi;it.SIl, Colored, Lincoln couuly. 1 vears obi. 3 feetT Inches hlsh weighs lf2 lb., longsear o left arm, als one on Kit iiami aiHt wrL-t. aim one on right band. UllXltV IAlllt. Colored, I)atid-ou coitntr. 23 vears old, 5 feet 8 w inches high, weighs 18 Ib4 lie Is xock-luiirkeil. ALFItKI) luVHK, Davidson countv. 21 years obi. 3 feetlO1,- Inches Blg,wegns l-il lie-., no vi-iok1 mark!. I.IAVIH ItAKUIfitt.N', Colorotl, Knox county.27 years old, 3 feet C!, inches high, weighs US lls.; ha a scar on k-tt-haml from a cut, ami small scar on the toreaeail. J.Vt'li.SOX IIKOWX, Kno.x county, 2C year old, 3 feet Gjj Incheshih, weighs 151 lb.: M-aiou right side of the mouth ana scar ou teit nauu. 11II.I. F.VIlIt.V, Colorotl, Shelby county, 2rt years old. 5 feet G.y inches nigu. weicns 101 ten tec nas pren nroken, iitmi linger in leu iiuhu nas oeen masseil. dec2l tf W. MATT UltOWX, Warden. PQAL! At Jj"U.7o lier Load, 17 Bushels. Cor. Cm n foid nntl .Summer St. dee2S lw I. X. WAltD & CO. Xollee. WHEKEAS, InthecaaM! now pending In the Chancery Court at McMinnville, Tenn., viz.: Xancy Early vs. T. B. Murray ami others; Harriet Pennybakt-r vs.T. 11. Murray et U.t atul T E. Spurlock, administratrix of John l Spurfock, Uecea.d, vs. T- 11. Murray et aU., I vva. by order of the Chancellor, bcretoVore made, appointed receiver of the debts, accounts, rights and ereillts of the law Arms of -S piirktck & M ur r.ty and Spurlock, Murray A Watwm. All iiersons linlebteil to either of sakt firms are hereby uotitied that 1 alone cnt authorized to collect and fettle the indebtelnei to s.itd flrms. I". H. COFFEE, Receiver In the above cajtvra. McMtSSVILtB, Dec 2b, tlec27 lw 2Z(( lBBtSSfi:OG.S WANTED; FOtt , 0fJ whlchjtbe highest market price will be paid by ij. ii. UUADLEY, Produce Dealer, To?fi 4m Xo, 143 South MarJtet .t xotick. I WJLL, ON THE 1t DAY OF JANUAltY; 1874, Hent or I.eae all the StalU connectetl with the Market for the ensuing year. Terms made known on d.tv. OEO. W. XOUVELL, Dec 23. IT.Z. Af't Marshal. dec2S td .VOTJCE. Until fukthkk notice, the dixie Oil Comiiany will pay S1.40 each for all good Coal Oil Barrel, delivered at the Works on Mc Lcmore street. oc3 tf ItODEUT niOMPSON, Pres't. STOCKHOLDERS MEETINGS. rOTICK. rnHB ItEC.ULAK ANNUAL MEETINO OF "I ... . . -it i -v..nt t tr r ..... thc Stockholders of the Nadt ville Life Imu- raiicc Comjianv, for the iMtrjiose of olectilig fcven Directors to manage its affairs, will be held at the oftlce of the Company. No. IC Max the oftlce of tlie coninanv, o. u, jtax mse.tm Mondav. Jnn. 3. 11. at lOo'cIock WM. HEN'KY SMI'4"H, i t.' ' "nocretary. well House A. M ilcciO .yotici:, TlIE ANNUAL MEETINO of the Stock holders of-the Firtt National Hank orXat-hvillc, Tenn., will be held at the office of said Bank on Tuesday, Jan. 13, ls74, Ar tlie purpose of elect ing evcu Directors to serve the casulng ;ejtr. decl630l '. C. m'TTERFIELD, Cashier. Vourth Rational BnilK TlIE ANNUAL MEETING ofthe Sharehold er of this Bank, for the purpose of electing Di rectors, will be held at the Banking House, In this citv, on Tneilav, the 13th day of January, 174. JOHN P'OBTEllrlELD, Cashier. dcc!3 Ira REAL ESTATE AGEJTS For JExcltange, llAVH A FAKM OF 300 ACKES IN Sumner county, with two-Mory Brick Hoiise, which we will exchange for city property at a fair valuation. AIHtlNOTON, FAIMAII& WEAKLKY, dccll etxltf No. 3T. . College. JPor JZcnt, A LARGE ANI COMMODIOUS- WARE hohse, trontlng on Cb'ureh, Clkrk and Front streets, '.iitUed either for storing or manufae- turlng. f A.RRINQTON FARRACy WPAIvIfPVi decll ecJ tr Ac6""1- For Rent for 1S74. v. HAVE FOR RENT SEVERAL NICE and choice Residences, well loeAted; also Cot tages and Storehouse. ARRINOTON, FARRAR & WEAKLEY, nov30 tf So. SC N. College street- BANKING. OF XASHYII.1.E, 'rXN.Y., Xo. .15 North College Street. Tlie Designated Repository of the Vnitctl States for Middle -. . Xeiiaexsce. CapitaT. Snrplut Fund.... ..2W)00 .. BOW) , I HECTORS: M. BURNS. a It. PARSONS, E.-K. CAMPBELL, A. G. EWINQ, A. I- DKM0SS, - WM. SIMMONS. M. B. P1LCHEU. Receives Deposits, Deals in Foreign ami Do mestlcKxchairge, Gold. Silver and GovcriV ment Securities. Collections maile and remitted fdr on ilay of paymeut at current rate of exchange. Rev nue Statniis for sale. M. BURNS. W. C. BUTTERFLELD, President. Cashier. THEO. COOlJ-rr, 3anll tf sp Assistant Ci'hler. FINANCIAL ROBINSON, CHASE & Co. No. 18 BROAD STIUiET, N. Y. Transact a general Baukiug Business in all its details, allowing interest iioii deposits to Banks, Banking Institutions,- Private Jiankers and Individuals. Particular attention paid to fbe Investment of ESTATE AND TRUST TUaDS, ' and Information regarding the same fumisljed uin application. Buy and sell-upon commission Gold, United States Stocks, and all Securities dealt in at the New "York Stock Exchange. First-class Mnnclpal and Railroad Loans ne gotiated. Eioeb N. BoDtsox, Thomas B. Atkins, Gkoik.k II. Cii-tst, Willi A3i T. Mokris. declC3nt REAL ESTATE SALES. TICTJSTMES' SAXJE. UNDER AND BY .VIRTUE OF TILE Au thority In nit! vested bythe terms and pro visions of a deed of trust to ns. executed by M. C. Cotton, on Dec. 3, 1T0, which, is reetirded in Register's Office for Davidson countv, Tenn., In book 41, page 282, w e will sell at public auction, On Thursday, Jan. 1, 1ST4, at the Courthouse door in the eity of Nashville, County of Davidson, and State" of Tennessee, the following described property, to-wtt: A lot of ground iu the city of Nashville, Tenn., lyin on the west sideof College street, about midway between Ash and Mulberrv streets, in said city, beginning at the corner ofthe lot known as tlie Oun Factory Lot, and running north with tlie west margin of College street eighty-nine (89) feet andlten (10) inches West to the corner of J. Ill EarhanlV lot; thence east with EarhartlV line one hundred and forty (140) feet to an allcvj thence south along the line and centre ut safit alley eighty-nine-f9 feet ami tell (10) Inches to the'llnu-oV sdd Gun Factory lot; thence east along the line of said lot one hundred and furtr (140) feet to tho beginning. Said lot being com posed of lirty-toi ".2) feet and ten (10) inches, conveyed to the said Cotton by F. Cramer bv deed, which Is recorded lit Register's Office lor Daviilson county, Tenn., iu book 34, jiagc 491; and of thirty to) feet conveyed to tlie said Cot ton by A. J. Bosworth, by deed recorded In said office in liook 18. page 9 of five (5) feet convev ed to me by A. A. Hatcher by deed registered In said oftlce in book 32, pa ge 4TG; and also of two (2) additional feet conveyed to said Cotton bv Monohan and KnonIes,by deed recorded as the above lit book 33, page 322. The projierty here tofore described Is the property of Ute said 3J. C. Cotton, conveyed to usas above stated, to se cure the pavment ofa note tar 82,500, executed to us as Trustees aa Dec. 3. IsTO, and payable Dee. 3, lsT2, which i.otc, with interest, was not paid at matorltv. The property Is well improved, and will be sold to the highest and best bidder tor cask. Sale free from the emiity of redemption. Wc are authorized to uvtke absolute deed to the purchaser- DANIEL F CARTER, ) A. G. ADAMS, S Trustees. JAS. M. HAMILTON,! Satnrdav, 19th Jitlv, 173. I agree that Ute sate as above advertised may bo made whenever the above named Trustees may elect, and I bind myself to abide by the same as covenanted In the deed to me. June 11, p-73. M. C. COTTON. nor.T ec-dtd Select Heal Estate AT IN OltDEIt TO CHANGE INVESTMENT, WE OFFER TO ?AITIRS V1TH CAhll SOME OF THE MOST DESIRABLE LOTS EITHER FOR BUSINESS OR RESIDENCE, IN NORTH NASHVILLE. TliU Properly wa selectol"nlth srrent care, mid In nil eligibly lorn tod. imiiiedlntcly on or vvltli in n few stcx4 of STREET 4AXLROAI)S. For failher partienlanapply.it tho Counting Room of tbo I'XIOX AXD AMERiavX. decSStf tl? Til?. rv virtue o:-' A trust deed, duly JJ reglsteretl in the Register's Office of the t.-ountv of Davidon. Tenn.. in book 43. paces 303 and 310, and executed to me on the llith of July, ISil.by tue Tennessee .grtcuiinrai sua Mechanic Association as indemnity and sccurlt to W. A. Cheatham. I. II. McGavock, A. . Adams, John II. Wllltauis, II. .Jackson, J. M. Hamilton, Hiram Vaughn, Robt, C. Foster It. II. Gardner, uiiomas it. .ionnsou, t uowa-i Chadtvell. N. K. Griffin. B. F. Cockrlll. John Overton and E. B. Klllston, agalnt loss a sure ties npon certain liabilities of said Association, ipccilteallvsetout in said trust deed, I will pro- ceeil to sen, ov reijiii-1 m miii srenriiies, iu iuc highest bidder, at the Fair Grounds, nearNaHh viile, on Saturday, Jan. 10, 1874:, at 12 o'clock 31., all the lands embraced In said trust deed, and behnrnll the real estated owned by said Tennessee Agricultural and Mechanic A -oelitii-wUUit. iWViiIiniiiiHVmfkmnrri together -with all the improvcmentithercon, ui on the following terms, viz.: One-third of the purchase money in cash, aud the balance in two ennal Instalments at C aud 12 months, by note, with approved security, and bearing interest from date, and a lien retained upon the land, and Improvements sold to secure payment thereor. The sale to be free from the equltjy o, redemption. decAtil .tutjiL...u .uuiir, iruniee LEGAL NOTICES. Xolicc to the Holders of the Circulating Notes ofthe Hank of the Union. BV ORDER OF THE CHANCERY COURT at Nashville in the'ease of W. V. Ccaper , Tr.. vs. R. II. Thompson and otbcw, the bottlers of the circulates note-icf the Katik bf the Union n berebv iA)uu-d to nrescnt the said notes tor payment to the Trustee, on at before the n day of July, 1ST!, or before the final diylilend of tho trust rumis tit said cjtuio, ir me nnai ttivuit-iKi shuub.l be ,(eteie,l betond that date, othcrwke they v ill be forever barred front anr claim In said funds. W. F. COOI'Ell, Trustee. lcc. IT, 1SJ3. decAl am uiat wim x s tra NEWSPAPERS. THE BEST PRESENT Thata bnbsml can give to hU wife U a leceip tor a yeur's tubsctiptlon (?3.r0) to tlie CIIIUSTIAN OBSERVER, Or liOttisville, one of the largest an-1 best of family relisious newpapers, Presbyterian, but iiit-ctariaii, containing articles on practical re ligion from some of the ablest ministers in the South, able editorials, stories for the young, re ligions news front all the other denominations, mHcellnneous, scientific, farming and literary departments, general Intelligence, wholesale markets. For specimen copies (sent frc; any address) containing Hit of prejsiais, write fl ' A. & F. P. COXVlSE, rtila., decSdi8tT ' ' LOUISVILLE, KX SLATE ROOFERS. Jt. J. JONES & CO., PRACTICAL SLATE ROOFERS. Wholesale and Retail Dealers In all kinds of American Slate. All orders promptly attended to. Office nntl Yarlloor.'Y,l'fcCTlrrel, sts. Pertienlur tdtelrtlen' j5'd to Overhauling Old jy "tin Boo. NASHVILLE : CITT BTJSINBSS4LliT Hakers and Confectioners. LlL ELDKIDfiE. S5 Church "street. J1R. HKO. (IRKIO. -12 Union street. JCXOEKXATrX Jt C0.,34Pnbllesirtiarer A. K INXI K, 21 Hrornl and 10O S. Market st ja.t.S. U0BERTS0.2I .N. Market street . II. WKSSl-Ji, 32 N;. College street. - Boots and Shoes. - , -B.H. F.ATHEBLT. 6t X. College itreer. CIIAS. B. HAIL. 47 N. CoUege street. J0HX H0L11LIX. 9 Union street. MAXET t BI!0 33 Chiirch street. THKCY Jt COYLE, SI Union strest. T. E. W1XSTEAD S. CO N. Chenyitrcet. Clothing and Gents' Furnishing Goods. S. TOWERS SOX, 2rt Public Square. . China, Gluts and Queensware. niCKS. H0UST0X Jk CO- 3I N. Colleg St. and 41 Public Square. Druggists. A. H. C0USEXS A C0 corner Broml and Cherry Mrcets. Furniture Manufacturers and Dealers. WEAK LET A WARREX, Wand 11 X. College M. Hals and Gents' Furnishing Good. J0HX M. MrKF.E 4 DltO 3d Union street, W.UX & WALKER. 24 Public Sonare. ISAAC WATE1:KIEIiU,43 Union street. Etooji Skirt Manufactory and Ladies' Goods. D. L0YEHAX A CO., 1C Public Square. Millinery. . t MRS. TTXES, 21 N. Summer street. 1 Mattress Idanujlicturer. " ED. II. MILLER, 7 North Collego street. Manufacturers and Dealers iilHair Work JOS. K. L0ISIUU i C0 21 N. Cherry street. Manufacturers of Furs and "DeQlgrsin Hats and Gents' Goods. LAXDK A IIRO 21 Public Square. Jfusic and Musical Instruments. R. D0P.M AX A CO., 83 Church street. Plumbers, Gas and Steam Fitters. HEXn-ERSOX RRO'S CO., TC N.Cherry street. Photograph Galleries. C. C CIEllS, 43 Union street. Ii. POOLE, corner Cherry and Union street. Retail Dry Goods. T1I0HPS0X BRO'S X KELLY. UN. Summer st. Paints, Oils and Glass. CllXS. II. GAUTUIKR, 13 X. College street. Saddles, Harness, Etc. 3. I). MARCH A SOX. SO N. Market street. C. L. H0WERT0X A CO.. 33 3Iarketst. M. JleKEOX, 33 S. Ollcgc street. Seicing Machine Agencies. FLOBEXCE. E. A. Nelso.v. IS2 Church street. .MXCKR. J.'B. CjtRPEXTEi:. It2 Chnrch street. WEEP. B-W.Rasdall.9N. Summer street. W1IKELER A WILCOX, HowABn & Soulk, 120 Church street. Store, Tinware' Etc. PHILLIPS, BTJTTOUKF t C0..22N. College st. Tobacco, Cigars, Etc. . WUQBLEY. 47 S. Market street. J. A I. Trunk Manufacturer. -WM. DUX'STEAII, 31 N. Collie sueet. Tl'afctwittter and Jewelers. ATKIXSOX A ALSTEAD. 27 N. Cherry street. I. M. SOBRL A fOM 13N. Cherry street. o if LTir l - t-., ... l. ii. -i.ii.i . i. imm .nil i R. 1VIGQERS, 31Jj X. Cherrystreet. WALL PAPERS. LOW EESEEVOIE v.M!i!i!k , .v ,m ihmr.'-rssj'' Are Suited !o all Clin JLND TAJIOUS FOB BETSO BEST TO U32! CHEAPEST TO BUY!! EASIEST TO SELL ! ? ! Famooa for doing more aad BETTER COOKING, txaa rr Qaicker andC&caper Ttra asr StortsrUia eeit. famovs ion civa Especially lapted to -ma 15 Excelsior 31aiiufactnrliig Co., ST. LOUIS, M.O., AND PHILLIPS, BITTORFF & CO., NASHVir.LE, TESN. oc33 dtues&thurs&W6m . MEDICAL. DR. WHSTTIER, gaftdta U trefttmeatotUTeocrtU and icxial tiletct than txtf ipfrlAJtit la S:. LonU, ti te eitr Dftpcri tac?. use tpcnaftiorr&ixa. sexatl iHMmjr and Impottacj. u taa resBllof elf-atuela 7octatrsexaAiexccCf ;iT&pto& iat, delKtlr nemcrj, pimpk tb fce, p aTersion to society of restate, ceafaffon of I cciar, nerTaau, iaUBimU4los4, debility. arerflion to tocittfvt remaW, ceaniffon of ltu, ku of 3 ticaldMar trte. ttr, lettrr ( laqiirTvitb oa ituis iinind. texaal rower, arc permanent? crrd, PaiDkIc3ft xaa nrpi iT UNDERTAKERS. RE GROOMBS & CO., niieral XTndertakers, AGUNTS FOR J. 3L PULLTA3I. 42 and 44 NOXTH CIIXKRT STREET, NASHVILLE. DEALERS IN BURIAL CASES AND CAS. I kets. and Acrents for Crane. Breed & CC.'a I and other Improved Cases an4 Cftaketa. Attend promptly to all funeral? In. city or s.urroonding country witn nna iteaies :o? doui una Children. -eKferapalc orders filled with dU-J ?ctch. 'i'ayior't'Atent uorpaa preserver, oe ulen other Prescrvera, that -are warranted to preserve a corpse lrotn IS to 31 days without doj cay. Atthsotnceday nd night. janmmap STOVES. rmmm I . WWW lmM ' YORK. ZtAr. ,1,.1T ,n1 a2,o,eoo, revenue of mort.lhan ,00,000, The Lives Insu&br thu . 5 ly selecte.1 In MffigS', re eatAaU J operaiiuiis, an iyonal anil ' "'iu or Jis mr to the Policy-holdesa-he I L eptlonal aafetv Ka0 ' only on the Mutual PrJi?nn?es are nsadi rtV miiims Policies are returned annhr. ""urpins fr. Si are also bisued ufce ured. r. 5 s TO.vriXEjPiiAi. Jaw or upon the principle of aecnmnlaiiwir vn.t u fnrdetiidte iieriods. which was first iniwdi...' " premiums paid ou its Tontine Life Policies, an. I ...ii t TiatiAili wiTln.t n.i.l 4iiininl,tMt nn .1 IKi'VI louy per renwoii ine aonune r.nucwmeni l'u, anro ..T.... t ....... i , .. : i , t .. aiu V W .1 ..VliV.ll l.(.ll.l) 111' l.V 1.11. (Cllii. . No Life insurance Company hat such lar. J annual transactions as the Equitable; none k , more prompt aim j use in its ueaitngt. OEN'L MANAGKRS Or MIDDLE TF.NN sf35t Ton. 41 N. Coixkoe Stbbt, XASliriLLE. "v2T. dc 51m eoJ COMMISSION MERCHANTS. W. Hoorjsn IIaei-.is. R. C. K. Mabtu HARRIS & CO., General Brokers 3-1 South Market Street, Make cash advances on Cotton to their author Ized correspondents in Liverpool, -ew Tor Xew Orleans and Charleston. Olfer at all timfc. Sngir, CoHee, Cnitdlei. Foreign mtd Dotaentle IJqnorx, Tie., Direct from Refiners, "Importers, and Manu facturers. nov22 tf WlXIiIAMS, BLACK & CO. 12C Pearl Ntreet, ew Yorlt, ' AND 1 "WILLIAMS, BLACK & WILLUM. Commission rlerchants. Special attention given to the purchase asd sale of Cotton lor future delivery. Advances made and Information famished by Harris & Co., 34 South Market street. nov22tr J. N. ROBSON, Commission Meroliant Nos. C8 East Bay and 1 Jt2 Atlantic Wharr, CJI.1KI.ESTOX, N. C. 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