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Gold opened and closed in New
.; York, yesterday, at 1111, with' sales
during the day at 111 . ' ;
Teskbsskjs Bonds rallied yester
day in Kew York, closing at 76 for old
and 77 for new. -;-. 1 '
Cotton quiet 'and "easier in New
York, closing yesterday at 14ic for
, middling uplands. -', ' i -
"I am sick send for "Washbnrne."
William Locke, river editor of the
Memphis Appeal for the past two years,
died in that city on Monday. ',
The KnorviUe Cltronicle claims that
S. IL Burnett, elected to the Legisla
ture from Cocke and Sevier, is a Re-
, publican .. , . . ,
The returns show Forter's majority
to be 49.4S6- llaynard's majority, in
Johnson county will red nee this to
few votes below 49,000. '
Ulysses Anxious to See Elihu
How. Ed. I. Golladay, who was
member of the 42d Congress, and CoL
Thos. Borers, . editor of the Gallatin
Examiner, and one of the oldest and
aLlest journalists in the State, are' all
nounced this morning as candidates for
Congress from the 4th District. -
Not a Radical vote has been cast
in the Second civil district of White
county for six years. The Sparla In
dex says that the African patriarch of
the district, Abraham Austin, aged
110 years, walked eight miles to vote
the Democratic ticket at the late
election, and indaeed every other negro
at the polls to follow suit, lie says
that any colored man who isn't a Dem
ocrat is a f ooL
Bca Ectlke has informed a Herald
correspondent that he is not going to
be a candidate for Governor next year.
nor for the United States Senatorship;
s that he would not accept the Russian
Mission if it were tendered him; that he
Las no idea whatever cf starting a new
party; that he does not contemplate
publishing a letter detailing the causes
of the Republican disasters; and, final
ly, that he is pretty certain he will re
tire from public life at the close of his
present term in Congress.
Kate Field did not achieve the
brilliant success in her debut at Booth 's
Saturday night, that had been antici
pated by her friends. The Herald mildly
remarks that as "Peg Woffington she
displayed spnghtliness, taste and true
comedy power;" but the Timet finds it
difficult to imagine anything more un
sympathetic than her presence and
delivery, and is un gallant enough to
say that sLe is neither young nor hand
some, winding up with, "her persona
tion had the excellences of a first-rate
amateur effort, which are equivalent to
those of a fourth-rate professional es
say," while the World critic is more
tender in his treatment of her, calling
- it "a reasonable success," and suggest
ing that she might do better in some
role adapted to her qualifications.
Comptrollkb's Office, Nashville,
Tens., Nov. IS, 1S74. To tbe members
elect of the next General Assembly: I an- j
nounce myself a candidate for the Couip
trollership, and respectfully solicit your
support and influence.
As to my capacity for, impartiality and
efficiency In the discharge of the dut ies of
the position, I refer, without respect to
party Associations, to the Executive otSceis
of the State, to the Judges of the Supreme,
Chancery, Circuit, Criminal and County
Courts, to Hie clerks of these several lourts,
to the Attorney Generals and District At
torneys, to the Tax Collectors, Sheriffs, and
other officeis, and to all citizens a lio have
had any business transactions with the of
fice during mjr term.
Jxo. C. Ecr.cn.
Metropolitans Relieve the rederml
Tr as at (be Ktate Ifoase The
Xkw Oj.i.eass, Nov. 17. The United
Stales troops who have been occupying the
State House for some past were withdrawn
at 0 A. M. Capt. lawyer with a force of
alnrnt thirty policemen supplies their place.
John M. Sandige, bo was elected by
" the Ketumin IJoard to fill the vacancy oc
casioned by Gen. Longst reefs resignation,
declines, for tlie reason that he has no ex
pression or intimation from the board that
a place would be made for another Con
servative member, placing the party he
phould represent on something like an
equality with that of Its contestants, and
not having been request ed by tin Execu
tive Committee cf the Democratic and
Conservative party to act in such capacity.
The Returning I Joard met at 11 A. m.
Ilunsacker, of St. James, Republican can
didate for the Legislature, desired to be in
formed whether returns bad not been re
ceived from St. James parish. Tlie board
informed him the returns had been re
reived some days ao. The board re
. sumed countinz at the twelfth poll of the
second ward of the city.
- Railway I'lradn.
St. Louis, Nov. 17. The Krening Dis
patch has a special f:om IJelleville, Ills,
stating that a coal train on the Cairo Short
Line Railroad collide! alout three o'clock
this morning with an empty coal car,
which had been run out on the main track.
Examination also revealed that a large
stick of-timber had been fastened to the
track, just over a cattle guard near by. It
is believed these obstruct ions were placed
on the track by the striking miners, tlie
one to wreck the train, which was ladeu
with coal,dug by non-society men, and the
other to ditch an empty train going south
after coaL Nobody was hurt.
II Of Killing Time Tbe OrasMboaaer
Omaha, Nov. 17- The pork packers
here bare c4umenced in earnest, said are
packing all tlie hogs they can get. The
weatlier for the past week has been very
favorable. To-day has been very cold,
with high winds.
News from the grasshopper districts is
meagre, but confirm all previous state
ments as to the extent .of the suffering.
The State Belief Society is shipping sup
plies daily to the atllicted districts. Gen.
Onl received a telegram from Washington
to-day, instructing hi tn to ascertain what
amount of men's clothing will be needed
tj the sufferers.
Tbe " President Banuneoa Hlnlster
H'aabbarae by Cable 1 Washing-tea.
New Tore, Nov. IT. A Washington
dispatch says there . is a well grounded
rumor that, Thursday last, the President
sent a cable dispatch to Minister Wash
burn, at Paris, requesting his presence in
Washington at the earliest possible mo
Eaormeaa Laad Urab A Deetsloa of
Secretary Cex Serened.
Washington, Nov. 17. Under a Con
gressional joint (resolution of 1SU9, five
citizens were appointed to examine into
the condition of the Union and Central
Pacific Railways, who reported that about
two million dollars would b necessary to
supply tlie deficiencies of both roads. Sec
retary Cox at that time, directed the Com
missione s of the General Land Office, to
withhold from them one-half of the land
grant as security for tbe supply of the de
ficiencies of the road. The reports of the
Commissioners, who recently examined
the roads, say the Union Pacific has, since
that period, expended $2,215,000, and the
Central Pacific expended $3J00,00Q, in ex
cess ( the sum first named. The deficien
cies having been supplied and the roads
considered as complete, reports were sub
mitted by the Secretary of the Interior to
tbe 1 'resident, who, on tbe recommendation
of the Secretary, has directed a revocation
of tbe order of Secretary Cox, withholding
patents lor half of the lands, which will
therefore be released to those companies.
Tbe Ueverament Barflara J ad re
Hamnbrers Orders tbe Release af
' Ilays and Bis BesMhnaen. ..
Waphivutox, Nov. 17. The trial of
the alleged safe burglary conspirators was
resumed this morning. I he judge directed
the jury to retire, and then inquired if
Hays was in court. Riddle informed the
court tliat Bavs went to New York Satur
day. Judge Humphreys said he had fully
considered the subject, and had wriUeu out
bis statement, which he would submit.
He then recited the circumstances pf the
arrcsb ui Jiajrs, w uicu ue tuaj aciei i:u as
an extraordinary proceeding and attempt
at lawlessness and intimidation almost
unprecedented. He claimed this court had
sole jurisdiction of the case and had entire
control over Hays. These remarks were
made to show the enormity of the proceed
ings and that tbe offense was almost witli-
out a parallel. He would treat the whole
proceedings as a nullity and order the re
lease of Bars and his bondsmen, and thus
wipe out this attempt at obstruction to
wards getting at the full facts in this case.
The question of contempt would be consid
ered wliena return was made to the notice
At the conclusion of 1 be Judge's remarks,
tbe jury were brought in, aud Mr. Uenkle
proceeded to address them, on behalf of
liitely, saying that be would preface his
iemarks by reading a little history to the
jury, ana he reaa an account of tlie at
tempts to obtain possession of the throne
of England, known as the.Papish' plot of
tlie 17th eeiitarv. He claimed that tlie
Michael Hayes, of this plot, was the Titus
uates 01 luat plot.
A Spasm 1 Vlrtae.
Postmaster-General Jewell, to-day, issued
an order discontinuing the pay and serv ices
of John T. Callaguam, special agent of the
department, for loaning lo his brother an
annual pass from the Missouri, Kansas and
Texas. Railroad Company, which had been
granted to him solely upon the ground
that he was a special agent of the Post
Tbe Financial Qnestlen.
- 8pedal to the Cincinnati Enquirer.
Tbe President has been conversing re
cently with much freedom upon the finan
cial question, which he now believes he
thoroughly understands. He adlieres very
decidedly to the hard-money views enun
ciated in his veto message at tlie last ses
sion of Congress, and in bis famous Jones
memorandum. It is the belief here among
well informed persons that the financial
question will constitute a prominent fea
ture in the iTesideut s message, and that
he will take very strong ground for legisla
tion in the direction of specie resumption,
naming, probably, the first of January,
lbo, as the time to usher in his specie
millennium. There is not tlie slightest
probability that these suggestions will be
adopted by Congress.
expresses the opinion that thre has been no
change of opinion among the members,
and that when Congress comes together
the two bodies will be constituted upon
the currency question just as they were
Congress will Hans; Fire.
Considerins the known views of Con
gress and of the Executive, it is hard to
see how any settlement can be reached for
expansion on the one hand or contraction
and specie resumption on the other.
Tbe Troubles Alone Short.
New Yoi:k, Nov. 17. A party of non-
society men went to work this ln.irning on
tlie Pacific Mail Sieamsh;p Company's
pier, in place of the striking longshore
men. When the job was finished one of
them started home, but bad n't gone far,
when be was set upon and shockingly
beateu. The police subsequently found
huu lying on tbe sidewalk and carried him
to the stationhouse. No arrests. A large
force of police has been ordered on duty in
DiHaNtrons Steamboat F.x plosion.
The steam tug Tilly exploded her boilers
this afternoon near tlie (iovernment works
at Hell Gate, killing live of the crew and
fatally injuring the captain, David A. Havens.
AllTbey Will Urt.
The receiver of the Rank of tlie Com
monwealth has declared a final dividend of
Jti pr cent to all the creditors excejit the
Tbe Bis Ex press Robbery.
Cincinnati, Nov. 17. The third and
last man implicated in the robbery of the
American Exprrss oflice in this city Sun
day, was arrested this morning. His name
is Jas. llagney. Xo clue to the where
abouts of the money lias yet been ob
tained. A Train Bans Over n Kteer'amd Kills
While a train of flat cars on tlie D.iyton
and Michigan Railroad was backing up
near Priestburg, Ohi, yesterday, it ran
over a steer, and one car was overturned,
and three employees of the roau, who were
standing on the car, were crushed. Two
were killed ana tue other iatai:y injurea.
On tbe Track of tbe Honey.
Monroe. Elack and Hackney, all three of
tbe American express robbers, have made a
confession that they committed the rob
bery. Tlie. safe has loen recovered, with
few valuables, but no nwney. A clue nas
been obtained to the whereabouts of the
money, and hopes are entertained that it
will tie secured to-uight. A plan was ar
ranged for all three of the parties to meet
in St. Louis to-night and go thence t J Ore
gon. Tbelr Man Habbed at Last.
Edward J. Hackney, the third confeder
ate in the robbery of the American Express
Company, was ai rested to-day, but denies
complicity or knowledge of tlie affair. He
has been recognized as one of the two men
who carried the trunk out of the office.
George LlacK the other man who carried
out the trunk and safe, confessed this after
noon, and said that he aud Hackney were
paid three hundred dollars each by Monroe
to carry out the trunk and safe. He went
in company with the officers, this evening,
back of Covington, where he said they bad
buried the safe, but the ground was so wet
and muddy that they gave up digging for it
aid returned to thwtity without iu Search
will be continued to-morrow.
Pblladelpfala Won't Reeiproeata.
I'm la deli" in A, Nov. 17. Tlie Board
of Trade last evening opposed the ratifica
tion of the reciprocity treaty with Canada.
An Overladen steamer Breaks
in Two and Sinks.
Fourteen Passengers and Several
! of the Crew Drowned.
Tbe Captain Loses Four Children.
New Obleans, Nov. 17. The regular
lower coast paefcet Empire, Car, junrfrau
sunk to her texas about 4 o'clock this morn
ing at her. landing at the foot of Conte
I be Empire arrived About A. v.,
loaded with surgar, molasses, rice, etc
several passengers lett the boat on its ar
rival, otherwise the loss of life would
have been very large. As it is 14 pas
sengers and many of the crew are believed
to be drowned. Five bodies nave been re
covered, including the Captain's eldest
daughter, about seventeen years of age, and
air. r risble, a well known plantation en
gineer. Capt Jungfraa lost four children,
but saved his wife and baby, who with him,
were sleeping in the texas. D. A Parrett,
passenger, who escaped from the sinking
steamer, gives tbe opinion that tbe boat was
overloaded and parted in tbe center. The
Empire was built at Algiers about three
years ago and valued at about $33,000. She
had on board 1C9 hogsheads of sugar be
sides a large number of barrels of molasses
and a quantity of wine. It is impossible
at present to ret the actual number of lives
lost, as the books and papers of the boat
are under the texas. .: . '
Caps. Janfffran's Statement.
Cant. Jungfrau states the Empire had
only a fair cargo: was not overloaded, and
that the guards were well above the water.
At tbe time of her sinking be was awak
eneu by a great noise, and in the confusion
caught one ot his children and swam with
it to the shore. He saw his withstanding
on deck with the babe in lier arms. As the
boat went down she clune to the wheel-
house of tbe Bradlev Johnson which stood
alonside, but tbe violent shock wrenched
from her grasp her child, who fell In the
water and was drowned.
Tbe Mate's Story.
John Dublin, mate of the Empire, says:
We arrived last night about 12 o'clock and
tied up. Went to my room and almost Im
mediately went to .-sleep. Between 4 and
5 o'clock beard a tremendous crash. Think
ing we had been ran into, I rushed on
deck. Seeing the was sinking, I shouted
for every body to get life-preservers. Rushed
along forward, shouting to wake all I could,
intending to run into the cabin, when the
boat aljiost in a second's timo seemed to
sink and I was thrown into the water.
Swam until I could catch bold of some
thing to save myself.
. Tbe Pilot's Account.
Eugene Durabe, the pilot, says: 'When
tbe boat sank 1 was in my bed. Heard
tlie crash. Thought we were run into. I
was tlirown in tbe water and swam to tlie
wharf. I think the boat broke in two, she
sunk so suddenly. .-
rive bodies have been found. Tlie
number of lost is uncertain, as no one is
positive about the number who left tlie
boat immediately upon her arrival lie re.
The boat is said to be Insured for $15X)0.
Capt. Jeanfreau cannot tell how many
passengers are lost, as the books are in the
safe in the clerk's room. He thinks there
were about thirty-five lost, among them I
four of his children. He is overwhelmed
with grief, aud can scarcely realize the
horrors of last night. The be 11 boat, Osage,
will attempt to raise the wreck to-morrow.
when the bodies of the drowned will prob
ably be recovered. -
Some of tbe Hlssla-.
The following are the names, as far as
known, of the msssing and those believed
to be lost by the Empire disaster: Henry
Jackson, Robert Carpenter, Wm. Green,
engineer, Mr. Maddox, all from Belair
platitarion; Mr. and Mrs. Kemper aud two
children, Mrs. Joseph, Point Louisiana
Hairs; Mrs. Mazeue, Lnion plantation:
Rose St. John, stewardess, Charles Wil
liams, Ipantry keeper: Charles Ward and
John Williams, cook boys.
The Official Figures.
Tbe Tote of Tennessee
' and Members of
Governor, This year Maynard's total vote
will be about 5500. '
Two years ago tbe vote" for Governor
was as follows: . .
For John C.Brown...... V.l . Vl,tS9
A A Freeman 84,100
nasT w ST RIOT.
Reported. ; 4 . -: . '- - ;
Porter's majority srer Marnard,' ,;
Far land's majority oyer Butier, 1474.
15? K 56 ?
2 m o
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... - B
. 873 M Tl
- 679 430j 491 626
642) 61! 721 ' 4M7
6U6 4jo; 474 BIT
14i - 8031 " 1 829
685 606 TT7 458
192 ; 46S
. 119b . T76j U36 9u0
MX 72, U . S25
7937 573L 7Ui 6881
Brown's majority 13S9
Total vote in 1872 IS1,79
', u 1S74 159,424
The returns yet to come In will increase
the vote of this year to about 160,500.
Tata for Senators.
tt mat vtsraioT. .
Can. EniurL Easier. PartAn
Carter 2 S3! 1 - ,
Washington.... 1.IH4 1 101 - .
Greene-.... 625 ' 4 941 13
Hodges. Eaaley. Bierias. Weiss.
They Conclude That They
Jiot Know 3Ir. Smith.
Washixgtox, Nov. 17. The Cabinet
was in session two and a half hours to-day,
during which the Arkansas troubles were
iscussed at length. It was finally decided
that there is not now before the Govern
ment the necessary information to enable
it to take any action in reference to the
controversy in that State. Hence, no
notice will be taken of the proclamation re
cently received from Mr. Smith, who claims
to be Governor.
81,000 to Find Smith.
Little Rock, Nov. 17. The Senate to
day passed tbe joint resolution commend-
tue prompt action of Gov. Garland in
the Smith matter. A bill was also intro
duced, and passed to a third reading,
utbonzing tlie Governor to offer a reward
of Sl,()iKJ for the apprehension of parties
charged with conspiring fir the overthrow
of tbe government and other crimes of a
The same quiet which has prevailed
since Smith's proclamation was made pub
lic 81111 prevails. Nothing has yet been
card of Smith, nor has there been any de
monstration in his behalf by anybody in
ny part of tbe State.
Judge Polaud, of the Congressional In-
esligating Committee, left for Washington
this evening. Judge Ward, of the commit
tee, remains liere. It is reported that Judge
Poland was summoned to Washington by
the Attorney General.
The General Assembly lias passed a joint
resolution of thanks to Gov. Baxter for his
course during tlie past two years.
Gov. Garland received the following dis
lhienOy A sr. 17. Gov. A. H. tiarlaud:
The dispatch from Little Rock, slating that
troops are being raised here to support
Smith, is false. Everything is perfectly
quiet. H. B. Robixsox, Sheriff.
Robinson is a colored mau and was
eluded under the new constitution, by the
lkCpuuiicans or I'hUhps county. In no
locality in the State are there any dis
turbances, or any attempt to organize men
n the interest oi Mmth.
Little Rock, Nov. 17. The Republi
cans are waiting patiently for some definite
action by the Federal authorities at Wash
ington. They can protect themselves, if
forced to do so. Tlie Federal government
sustained Baxter in his conflict with Brooks
and by that means alone Garland and his,
mob of White Leaguers obtained possession
of the State, courts and all, and they at
once commenced a regular system of mur
derj, intimidations and other fearful
crimes, which is resulting in all the hor
rors of civil war. Business throughout the
Statdsis almost entirely suspended and the
White Leaguers roam at large. If we are
to fight, we wish to know it; the earlier the
matter is settled the better it will be for all.
Still Teaming- for (Smith.
Got. Garland has sent the following dis
patch to his counsel here:
"All Is peace and quiet lie re perfectly
so. We will have no collision, unless it be
forced upon me by resisting the process of
law. Ail classes of people, all parties, are
supporting me, and I cannot find Smith
and his party to arrest them with warrant,
and no one knows where they are.
Sale of tbo Uck Property Proceeds
Sax Fraxcisco, Nov. 17. The auction
sale of tbe Lick property, donated for pub
lic uses, took place to-day and aggregated
f 1.030,025. Tbe Lick Houe hotel sold for
IQi'O.OtiO. The sale of Island Catalina was
posponod two months.
The workmen have reached the seventh
story of tde Palace Hotel.
Kdoi . . . . .
Tirrtey. Dyer. Kodrers.
Maynard's majority erer Porter. Mk Thoro-
purgn s majority over aiaory, bju.
5? 3 2 a;
S 13 3 8 f
r S ES O r
: 5. : :. :
Bledoe 31 183 U 184 10
Bradley.. 50 4t 611 605 41
Cannon. ...... (' 138 77 M 63
Cumberland... li8 86 am 8y 6
DeKalb. ...... 677 212 649 166 78
Grundy. 327 40 328 34
Hamilton ..... 1145 1155 1147 110" 31
Jm. 211 2o7 197 15 31
Marion...... 435 398 454 4ti
McMinn. W !' Ml 43
Meigs... 517 141 611 K2 21
Polk. 640 ti; 638 4 S
Rhea 475 14i 475 181 S
Sequatchie.... 174 32 174 10
Van Bursn..... S-2 18 206 12 12
Warren 1227 313 1219 t4 19
White.......... 990 77, 0u 74
Total.... 8724) 4SIi: S559 4597 392
Porter's matority orer Mavnard, 4 SIX Dib-
rell erer N'eimn, 4.6V2; Dibrell's majority orer
Aeiaon ana stoxe, s.o.
F eutress..... ........
Total. ..., 102291 3388.1 lOtSoj
Porter's majority over Msynara, i ,2U.
Should be included in the county from which
the Moore fraction was taken.
In Lincoln 2 rotes were cast for Gen. J. B.
Palmer, ami 49 in Marshall, for Congresxman.
Porter's majority ever Maynard, 6,49; Bright
oyer Wisener, 6,394.
SIXTH W STRICT.
5 25 S sq
2 "3 J
: 2. : p
Cheatham. 725 227 718 238
David!on. ...... ...... 6435 4253 524f' 4543
iMck.on. " 224 1(47 227
Houston... 637 S3 53 68
Humphreys.... 061 141' 946 162
Montgomery 2533 1842 Silt lsa
Stewart. 1119 J179, 1092 179
Total 122681 8919, 11992 7227
Porter's majority over Marnard, 5,313: House's
: ii i . . . n .t
G. W. Blackburn received 923 votes in Giles
and 7 in Maury for Congressman.
Porter's majority oyer Maynard, 8,465; Whit
thorne's majority over Gibbs, 8,216.
Benton ...... .
...J 9871 4338'
v a o as
lver. l:'l 179 12 190
Gfbson. 2814 756 2799 744
Havwood.. 1920 1934 1883 1956
Lake 2i0 - 7 241
Iuderdale 178 W5 177
Obion 1K 244 15 2:51
Titon .............. 1126 74" 1' 744
Weakley 1139 295 1440 295
Total. 112G5 4332 11128 4336
Votes with the counties from which it was
Porter's Majority over Maynard. 6,933. Cald
well's majority over Nnnn, 4,792.
gS " ST
a 5 c
: S. ! :
3103 2284. 3095 2287
1890 835 1889 K16
8828 6877 841 6M9
13821 90861 13826 1 1
Porter's majority over Maynard, 4,725. Toagi
Total vote for Porter 104,455
" u for Maynaid. 54,900
Torter's majority 49,4S6
B. F. C. Brooks, claiming to be the
Workingmen's candidate, received votes in
the following counties: Rutherford 2,
Obion 1, Dyer 7, Humphreys 3, Cheatham
2, Franklin 2, Hamilton 5, Jackson 12, Da
vidson 158 total 192.
Two years ago, Freeman carried forty
counties. Maynard carries only thirteen.
Two years ago, IT-nard received 80,875
votes for Congressman from the State at
large, while Freeman received 70,018 for
Total . . a ..
e a 64 749
.e issi4 644 V'
iiiiii ldfi TU
SIXTH DISTRICT. I
S8SHSSSS4SSSS8 469 611
iristsM 93ff 428
a J& ISO
OOoa0sas 644 629
Mary. Padgett Snyder.
3,075 M35 824
IISBTS Df STRICT.
.. ...... ISO 224
Marios 4-8 31
Grundy .-. 814 8
aaaoaawsns o o o If ssss
Cannon. .. sua
.... 5,147 4,540
Twatrra district. ,
...... ..... 764 ....
WTloon. Cowden. Mcore.
758 7S& 4M
Franklin 590 253
Lincoln. l.osi 952
Total........ ..277 12970
Total 137 198
Montgomery 2,539 1
, mm.. 8-22
'' ooon eoao . . 9$
a is rr sixth
Henry in 440
Weakley 627 . 97
Obion 1,172 4"1
Lake io .47
. 8,475 - 6,186
Total , l-lx 10.483
rs Havnes. Brown
Shelby.... ......8,472 162
Tot for Keproaentatlwoa.
E.T. Harris. ...1054 Jacob Leab....
661 Ed ward Walker..
4"2 W. M. Housley..,
J. E. Starnes..
H. W. Phipps.
.. 158 Wm. Alvia....
..1290 A. W. Walker..
30 H. J. K. Haua
1 John Weenis ,
O. P. Temple....
Geo. nanney ......
Jas. H. Carson. .... 625 John Mitchell .... 356
A. A. Caldwell.... 648 Robert J. Anderson 149
B. G.Owens. 4 Joseph Hynds .... 3
W. I. Ledrerwood.J,128 S, T. Logan 1,719
Ferd. HeUkelL... ii.'S L. M. Mynatt. 218
J. K. Love 243 S. R. Glover, ool'd. 8
C.T. Coats.. . 823 B. Cunningham... 813
J. A. Barnard 573 Henry Liggett..... 363
Lvae A. Clarke.;. 254 J.tLUndurwooO..
" MKnr. ' "
Kimrad Dobson.... 713 P. B.McEiwes.... 625
393 T. A. Cass.
W. Q. Wilson...
A. B. Blankenahip.
O.K. James...... .18 W.T. Monger. 871
J. K. Hudie..... 347 , . .
The. S. Myers.. ..M23
J, A. Barrett...... 875 Wn. Price... 804
Lee Head. 2,045 Isaac Cheek, eol'a. 33
J. H. Jamison..... S.5W W. K. Batier....r.2,0i3
J. tt. Beasly
Thos. B. Harwell.
J. W. Mchisbicx..
D. J. Xoblett..
Morgan 1,739 w. H. Christopher 180
...822 J. M. Donaldson.... 401
.2,613 D.G.Anderson... .L261
. 184 W. J. Rign....... 23
LI COL. ,
,.764 N. J. George ...558
421 J.tt. oriUiaai ..569
. MARSH ALL. .
J. I Orr. ......... 648 P. O. Htm..,
A. H. Bobo. 487 W. B. fitlL.....
SamPerklns.......2,a No eppoeitiou.
B. A. Glenn. 3,023 D. A. Davidson..
- ' - SUMSBR. -
W.G. Pond 1,687 B. B. Durham..
J. A. Belt..: J. T. Hubbard..
N. L. Worthinrton.2,4a O. M. Blaekman. .1,861
W. P. Smallwood .1874 W. J. Hanes, col'if. 213
J. L. XcGlothUn.. J499 J. A. CnJerwood.. 68
Wise A. Cooper.... 2309 L. P. MeMarry ....1104
J. J. Bice.... 2227 W. R. Haines 13
E. J. Tlmberlake . . 838 Jaeksua Anderson 582
J. M. Mitchell ... 637 B. M. Tilunaa.... 583
D. J. Kewbem....l851 N. H. Prewitt 951
M. A. Gobea...... J404 D. Stafford ...8,220
m.. u. iewm oj wm. Wallace....
Lewis Bond. .3,008 A. A. rreemaa.. .1.831
. B. Parker.......l,138 M. J. Webb. 13
rf.n.unnsUA UK 1U. Morgan..... 86
a. a. Lsoa. 1
U.a.Kiee 829 F. H. Ameck..... s
Uotmer Uummlna... 819 Zaeh Tavlor 4
J. C. Wright. . . 74 J. O. Pacs. 38
John 31. Lea,.... ..9,083 J. H. Anderson... 52J78
E. H. East, 8.979 J. A. Camt.bell... 4.518
u. u um,.....i i. 1. neaeniw... 11
George B. Peters.. 8,T1 W. M. Smith. ..6,le
L. W.Finler....A681 L. B.Mailoy 6.i
ri. u. tireer 8.W2 si . 1. wuuamson. 6.'4
J. A. Ronsh.....8,424 W. T. Lacas IJG9
4Jn. K. Vynn.....8U Robert MeKenns..82
J. H. Mathea..... .8,685 A. Hitzneld 5,'jiO
WALL PAPERS, WINDOW SHADES, ETC.
' OSCAR t.
W. HILL Sc CO.,
" PROPBIETOBS OF THE
IXNTJPACT U KERS' ; SOUTHERN DEPOT-
CONTROL THE SALE IX THIS MARKET OF
rY11 Paper, Window Shades, 3IiTrxoxs,
WOOD aOCLDIXGS, PICTCEE F RULES, EtcJ
pRODTJCED BT SOME OF THE LEAD IN O FACTORIES IN THIS COX7STRT, AND
--- " urn neanj mien m incir utmost capacity who a morons
mentof mw goods in the line. aeWfcwi
othe eoontnr. Our arrangenata are now perfected for supplying the &ouUem trade with aU
gootistnour line at reduced minutactorers' prices. . -
oZil hT "P'oyed a corps or nrst-class workmen to hang paper, manulactors Window Shades,
Wioow Cornices and Picture Frames. .
OnrFresco Decosstlve Dftpartmrnt "ji under th management of an accomplished and scientifle
iT ' , hmM ben educated in a School of Design, and is thorough in every respect, and we
l?rTe" to country at the same price as leas perfect workman demmd.
. n' ,"'lT Bw French, German aad American Goods, audexaoniw ear recent Preeo De
signs. Orders solicited.
JOHN W. HILL. & CO.,
sepSPeodSm Jfcl & Olleye 8t aetwoen Cbnreh anel Broad. Xannwlllo, Teas
Grainger. . 229
61 - 38
863 233 ' 1tt 29
Bennett Wynn. IfcCabe.
..746 SIS 66
324 703 ....
567 23 -
Total 1307 320
Anderson. ..... ......
Total.. ........SM l.nos
Polk. . 535
P arris. Byrd.
... 144 113
.. 75J SO
.. 857 298
.... l' 218
Total......... ...... 1,329 U6
Spears. Pattnn. Hampton
, 2,648 173
Shackelford. T W Wood.Morgaa.Wood.3fcGin
Coffee 213 28 29 200 192
Cannon ....425 335 44 1
Total. ....638 361
Jackson .... 43o
00 e o 2)121 so
..... 470 13
W ill lamsoa.... ......
Honston , , .....
PoUani. Soli ml Una.
. ... 463
.472 308 I
IJS 882 1
wJi5Ai!i2.CT,ONERS AND BAKERS-
DUGGEK . i& LL1)SEY,
SrCCaSSOttS TO A. kUME,
WHOLESALE CONFECTIONERS AND BAKERS,
Foreign Fruits, Ants, Toys, and Fancy Groceries,
Xo. 2 BROAD STBEET, S1SUT1LLE, TEJX
DR. SAIfluEL ARNOLD'S
GREAT XJIVIOrV PILLS!
TT7TDOW BRITTLE SATS: THAT TWESTT-NIXE TEARS AftO SHE WAS COVFINED
f Sv a spell of sicknesa lor two months, during which litua an enlargement of the Uver came
on, which showed itself, in a roll, upon the side a. Iarie as her mrUt. She had the services of Dr
Dickinson, and the moat dutiuguisued physieianH. But, with their aid, and aU the means at her
command, for thirteen years, instead of growing tetter .he mw wors.
At the end of this period, when she was s-jjfering greatly with soreness and pain in the rsgloa
ef the liver, and was greatly prostrated, with no bois of living bnt a hort One, without reliei.
her brotbtw, W. C. MeMarry, rave her the "lrrat Knion." or "Arnold Pilln." She took one sverr
other night for three nights; then mutsuig three took ihem again as belore, but afterwards leal
In about twelve month the enlargement was removed, and she was eursd bv the Pills wirh
ut the ase of any other remedy. - j aK.N'LJ
2! hfc4?.T 2"?! ' 8ABAH UBRXtTLEl
nug2 sod till nov23
C ABLER, Proprietora,
Vmrmer of Broad and STarke atroota
REAL ESTATE AUCTION HART,
So, uo;ceiaksTm nasha illctenx.
INTENDING TO MAKE A SPECIALTY OF THE BUSINESS OT
Selling ITcnses aad Lois, Tarns, etc., at Anctioa
property wanting to effect sale can addretw
II. O. SCOVEL,
' KEAL ESTATE ASiEET.
XI. Ai BLITZ
Devotes his attsntioe exclusively to the
Medical and Surgical Treatmcnl of the Diseases of th Frf tv
-4 w ans SBS
OBBoe, Ho. at aorta Knnr 8(u aetween I'nJoai
J71,alT NASHVILLE, TENN.
LoxDOjr, Not.- 17. T1k Mark Lane
ExpresM says: Tbe weather dunns tbe
past week has been cold, 'iliors has been
some soow aud frost, which has been in
jurious to pastures, but st tlie saiue time
has favorably checked wheat, which was
getting too luxuriant. The wheat market
is Improving in tone. A rise of a slulhng
is noted on the Continent.
St. rETERSBrBG, Mot. IT. Tlie Rus
sian government has issued another circu
lar note to the European powers requesting
to be informed of the points of tbe proto
col signed at the Urussel's conference,
which they dwire to be revised, amended
or omitted. It is also stiested that an
other international conference be held next
Dox, Nor. 13. Disraeli has written
a letter to Henry Kawlinson. announcing
that tbe sovernnient, in consequence of tbe
representation of tlie Royal Geographical
Society and other learned bodies, has de
termined to organize a Tolar Exploring
mi ssi a.
Birux, Nov. 17. Count Von Aminfs
trial has been postponed until Dec-10.
trEEX TICTK1A BAD XASSESS.
.The Lomlm World has taken '9 teach
ing Queen Victoria good manners. Its
first it-sson touches tbe proprietus with re
gard to the visit to England of the Empress
of Russia, and is as follows; Supposing
you were an elderly lady and your sun had
married the only datiliter of the richest,
grandest and most important of yrmr neigh
bors, by whom every possible alter i ion had
been shown to you and yours; and suppos
ing on the occasion of your (lauchter-in-law's
confinement her dioUk r am- from a
lone distance to stay with her in her Lon
don house, dont yea think it would be
merely decent and po:ite we will say
nothing of politic beiuvior on your part to
come up from tlie fir distant place, where
you persist in bur iin; ourstlf to the great
confusion of the biiViiies wliioh it is your
duty to discharge snd slow some personal
civility to your guest:'"
The fhiits and criss upon the farm or
garden of an intestate desnd to the
PUBLIC NOTICE. .
IVotlee in Cliaiicvrj'-
H ay wood.
w TTnlte) Cilrls Beoeneel from the
8aTS4res Two Otbere SU11 In Tbelr
CI n testes.
New York. Not. 17e A dispatch from
McCkllan creek states that the 200 Chey
enne, who recently engaged Capt. Fama-
wortb's command of o men ana were ae
feated recently encountered 8 men oi
United States cavalry and infantry, in com
mand of Lieut. Frank D. Baldwin, chief
of scouts. After a fight, lastin; some
hours, tbey were driven from the held, l he
Indians lost their entire outfit and left be
hind them two little white girls named
German, whose parents, brother and older
sister were massacred ia Kansas, while the
Orally were moving to Colorado. Two
other sisters, aged thirteen and fifteen, are
still in tbe bands of tbe Indians. Fresh
and picked troops have gone in pursuit of
the retreating Indians, who are moving for
the staked plains.
A Sr-wrjAT-sCHOOL teacher recently told
his class that Jeremiah was the first prince
-TOTlCF. 13 HBKKBT 'J I YEN, Thar the
nnderxigned will reive bids at hmeitice,
in Nashville, until
4 o'clock 1. M. AVvHlnesday. Nov.
for the following described property, struck oft
is the above cause Aug. 20, 1874, to P. B. Kelly,
st J2.0Oper foot:
Lots Nos. 1? and 1 ht Bewick's addition to
Nashville, fronting 50 feet each on Clinton
street and running back 181 feet to a twenty
Said bids to commence at $312 for both lots,
that being the advanced bid ef complainaat. If
anv bids over this amount are made, the party
so bidding will be required to execute notes, due
in nx and twelve months, with approved seea
ritv. and a lien will be retained.
Sale free from redemption.
NATHANIEL BAXTER, Jr.,
OC3nev7,144S Clerk and Mx-tcr.
PAINTS, OILS, ETC.
Ready nixed for ute. Any on ean apply
L Beautiful and durable. Alxrt Paint
rri. AriitW and Wax Flower iLtL-rud
lrindi Window Gloss, Oils, Tar
mA, Brtuhet, SaK Door Blinds, yom
via gt cneop,ifym Vny ailiNorih
Cadge stnet, Nashville, Tea. CHA&
H. GAUTHTEB'S. r. -I -
l ! if
EOLIYAR II. CCORE & CO.
Iluve htl received ELEGANT LINE
of MES S CASSIAIEJIE SUITS for
the HOLIDAYS, in all Shady of
Colors, ranging in price froM ?4.50 a
Suit ty prr Suit. Have alto in
STOCK an IMMENSE, number of
LEAVER OVERCOATS. GLENGA
BTS, KING WILLIAMS, and TaU
mas, which will le sold lo the TRADE
at PRICES to suit the times. Orders
solicited. B. 11. C00KE f CO.
novlS dtilljanl.T'&w It
Fire Insurance Co.,
Ko. 14 North Cherry St
TWRfTT PKS CBNT PAID T7J
W. W. BERKT, Prett. WI. A. WIS, ler
HO. POKTIETIILB, TU-Prsldest4
W. W. BTO.8T,
D. P. ClkTkK.
B. H. V RD kK,
JSO. K. .II.BtKT,
A. . A0AJLS,
THfX l. FTTTJ
B. H. KL'H.
J 10. P. WtiFLMK,
THIS WILL-KNOWN COM PANT COY
tinces to insure property against kiss or Ssra
age by Ore. Its UMii'ulnmw a.nl wiliingrtnas Is
meet its engagements hay been shown by the
payment of ever
$100,000 TO rOLICT HOLD EES
since its organisation. -
, Those who wish to patronize a hotaeeempsny
orgmnized upon a solid bam and cwservativsff
managed, will find the Equitable, of NsAhvU'a,
worthy of their confidence. my30 1 lap.
Dnijs and Medicines
THB ENTIRE STOCK OP
Lwp, Moiicuw, anS P1t-
tures, en the eornsr of Cherrvand C'niwa .trerM,
is o He red st cart, and sntik the same nhi. The
Irugs and Familv llelicin? will be nrraJlBD
nt over. Preseriptiows and Familv Reipae will
be prepared by A. Stretch himself wuh the
rCESsr and BasT of llwlicines, and oslt osa
HALS of the usnal price will be charred. For
terms ef sale of the store, call on N. BAXTEU,
Jr., C A U. and Bocolver. sep tf