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TOON & AMERICAN.
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Wr. announce to our former friends andpatrons
that vro have disposed of tho NaSiiviixk Union
& American Printing Establishment to 1'. C.
Dokinotox, hitherto one of our firm, nnd Ini P.
JdNL, ono of the editors of tho Nashville Daily
Patriot, up to tho time of its suspension. These
gentlemen will conduct the business in future,
They will fulfill all unexpired, paid subscriptions
which were due from tho paper nt tho time of its
WceoidiaJly recommend Iho new proprietors
to the euHfidencc and support of the public, and
ask in iheir behalf a renewal of the liberal pat
railage for so many years extended to us.
Wo repctfiillyYeuef t all those indebted to us
on any aeoount, to mako early settlement. Wo
will havo an Agent at tho old Counting llooin.
Chureh street, npiKisite the Post Office.
J. O. GRIFFITH A CO.
To Me old int'erihert of the Ukiok xru Aukri-
CAH.a ndthe jXmhrilU Patriot.
Wo have made arrangements with the former
Proprietors of theso two papers to carry out their
contracts for nil unexpired subscriptions, lath ex-
cut nf the amount ttill due.
Person filling in this category will pleas no-
ify us at once of their names and Post Officii ad
'c will havo to ask those of the Patriot to
send us their receipts, upon which we will enter
their names with tho proper credit and forward
the paper according to their direction.
Address "Proprietors of the Union and Ameri
Tin: Kkan. Tho natrons of tho drama of
' Nashville havo reason to congratulate thcinfclrcx
awl wch ether on the opportunity they now havo
of vritnaatttit; the performance of tho very emi
nent iduvem. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kcun. To-
ceiliM and aeparatoly. they havu electrified audi-
' tnon whereTcr the lniiKuaKO of Shakspearr is
spoken and havo for many years stood at the
Tory bend and front of their profinMon. To a
person who itiiccd tho splendid rendition of
Hhakopearc's creation!, by Koan, twenty or thirty
yonrs iifo, " Isn't ho too old for Hamlet?" would
be a tery natural mental inquiry. Ho rosolvod the
juetin to tho onliro satisfnetion of all who saw
him on Wednesday night. His action was perfect,
nnd thousji h'n articulation was sometimes, per-
hn-n, a little indistinct, his production of tho
young I'rinee was u iinudoily performance. Mrs.
Kenii vins eminently herself as the Queen. Wo
only recrel the tinio they are to remain with us is
co short. It is not often, as the theatrical world
goat just now, that the legitimate nnd standard
dmiiiais placed before us with w much skill nnd
pr,wtr smd good taste. Thi wo understand is the
furevell tour of those dUlinxuiiOicd person, prc
codirHt their departure from America ami the stage
forever; and wo should count it really n misfor
tUHCHttoethem. We trut they may enjoy
tho evening of life in plenty, p.--aec and content,
ninl thflt their lilo may In- longtheneil as long as it
limy prove a blessing to them.
Mcoilns of tlic Ilonrtl or CouncIIincn.
Tho Hoard met yestcjday at C o'clock P. M.
Members present : Ambrose, Bricn, Duncan, Ed
wards, Jenkins, Haslam, Graves. Haley, Hagey,
Horn, Yarbrough, Scott, ltobcrtson, Woodfm.and
The minutes oflast meeting were read nnd ap
proved. m:roET3 of cur omqnms.
Tho various reports of the several departments
(the ntno as thoje proeentod at tho meeting of
the Hoard of Aldermen, on Tuesday last) were
read, and Clel: nnd on recommendation of tho
I'inanre Committee, the accounts were allowed
and ordered to be paid, amounting in the aggre
gate to $5,2 .!.
SILF.S WORKS COXTR ICT COIUITTHK,
The report of this committee, annulling tho con
tract, was rood, owl eoniniittce dieharged,
Several petitions to oroet frame buildings were
read and granted.
rnOM THE IIOABD OF ALIlEKUEX.
A bill to cstablih the honrs of holding market,
(Sundays excepted) from 4 to 10 A. M except on
Saturday, from tho let of October to tho 1st of
Mav- nndalM from 4 to 8 A.M.. from tho 1st of
Mav to the 1st of October, was read and passed.
A bill appropriating $15,000, to pay obligations
contracted by special committee on improvement
of Water Works, was passed.
A resolution to authoriie tho Chairman of tho
Street CommitUo to contract for a bridge across
T.;t itranr.il fn Hich street, was read and
A resolution, to causo all buildings or rpoms be
longing to public schools to bo occupied for school
purposes alone, ami to remove all janitors from
school lots, was referred to School Committe.
REPORT OF BrrXIAL COMMITTEE.
The committee appointedSto wait on Mrs. Alii
son and sec her in reference to her interest in the
lower wharf at the mouth of Lick Branch, and as
certain if she would sell her interest in tho same,
rcitorted That Mrs. Allison owned about thrco
bundled and fifty-two fL front on said wharf, and
would dispose of the same for something less than
$30 per foot, in bonds of 1,000. each, nothavin;
more than twenty years to run That the commit
toe think it advbablc to pay the above sum. This
roport was referred to a committee composed of
two Couucilmcn and ono Alderman.
The two Boards hero met for the election of va
rious city officers. Some objection arising in re
gard to the right of Mr. Klooi to a seat as Alder
man of tho Ninth Ward, tho Board of Aldermen
A Bill was offered by Mr. Bricn, to create the
9th Ward, and provido for the election of two
oouncilmen and one alderman for said ward, to
bo elected by tho respective Boards. Passed
A Bill offered by Mr. Horn, to crcato a House of
Bcfugo, was read, nnd pased its first reading.
A Bill offered by Mr. Duncan, to appropri
ate f25 ier month to be paid to the city Treasurer
for the faithful discharge of his duties, to take
place from and after tho 1st of December, was
read, and passed three readings,
A motion was here read, and f econded, lo pro-
coed to tho election of councilman to represent
the 9th Ward, which was carried unanimously.
Messrs. Karsch, Thomas, Buddckc, and Jones,
wcro nominated. After tho votes weroevt, Adam
Karwh and Malon denes received ten each; and
bcinsg declared duly elected as coiincilmcn for
thcSHh ward, they were sworn in.
IN CONVF.NTION AOAIN.
The two BoariN met, and proceeded to the elec
tion of Bnginecr of Water orks. Mr. H m.
Wyntt wa duly elected.
Messrs. Kinney, Monroe, Harris. Harman and
Mr Page, were nominated for Second Engineers of
Waterworks; Mr. Kinney was cloctcd.
For Supt. of Water Works Nominations:
Messrs. Wyatt. Scabnry, Harmon, aud Johnson.
Mr. Jnnics Wyatt was elected.
For Work House Keeper Nominations: Henry
Hill, Jno. Q. Dodd, 0. W. Brian, W. K. McAllis
ter, It. H. Grooms. J. Everett, Bobt. Patterson. No
election on first ballot. On tho second ballot, no
election. Tho name of Henry Hill was then with
drawn. On the third ballot, no one being elected,
the name of C. W. Brian was withdrawn. On the
fourth ballot, no election ; nnd the name of B. II.
Grooms was withdrawn. On sixth ballot, W. E.
McAllister received ten votes, and It. 3. Patter
son fourteen, nnd the latter was elected.
For Street Overseer Nominations: W.
Wright. Jas. Petit, Caleb McKinnoy, and J. H
Menifee. James Petit was elected.
For Sexton of tho Cemetery Nominations:
M. Meadows. P. M. Martin, A. P.Skipwith.Frank
Vaughn. P. M. Mnrliu was eleetcd.
For Whar!"Mtei Nominations : John Tuck
er, Lap!. Jesse Hunch. John i uckcr was clccteil
No oilier business being presented, tho Council
glory and power of Imperialism. And
further even than all this, perhaps, his
thoughts ran ; for would it not be something
to he proud of, if in a few years the rich an3
sunny land of the Mexican -should become a
colony of la belle France.
Though he has had three ycara in which
to attempt the achievement of these thiii'-,
he has not yet accomplished the least of
them. Mexico enjoys neither order nor
peace, though there have been as high as
forty thousand French soldiers in it'. Its
finances arc still in the mot hopeless con
dition, and have thrown into despair even
the accomplished 'financiers sent out from
Paris during the last bummer to put them in
order. Its mining interests are not.advanc
ing, and its yield of the precious metals bids
fair soon to be smaller than ever it was. Its
trade and commerce have not expanded, as
was anticipated. The United States laugh
at the Imperial "barrier," and the Imjerial
siciu nas cxmuucu its weaKness anu cov
ered itself with contempt. It is not to be
wondered at, therefore, that the French
people continue to be impatient about the
occupation of Mexico, and that thev are try
ing to furnish some pretext to the Emperor
lor wiinurawing ma troops.
It is conceived now that the United Slates
would not interfere in Mexico, adversely to
Imperialism, if once the French troops were
wnuurawn irom its eon that is only the
presence of a foreign army that is annoying
to the Americans that they would be wil
ling to let .Maximilian remain on his Im
perial throne, if able to do fo by his own
power, or by what Mexican help he may re
ceive and that thus all danger of compli
cations with this country, which could inure
neither to the proht nor glory of France,
would be avoided. There may really be
(omething in this. Wc are certainly" not
anxious to go to war on behalf of Juaraz. It
ccrtainiy is the presence in Mexico of for
eign mercenaries upholding alien interests
that ii the most annoying circumstance in
thc wliolo matter to the American people.
It is by no means impossible that if the
French troop3 were withdrawn this country
would cease to trouble itself about Maximil
ian, and would permit him to retain his
power, so far as it is concerned.
We should certainly like to sec the French
Emperor try this line of action. AVc should
like if he would permit Maximilian to set
tle his own fortunes., with the aid of the
Mexican people. We think the assurance
might he given on our behalf, that he would
no be interfered with by this country, for a
The French Emperor will have to adopt
some such eoun-e some time or other. lie
cannot retain an army of occupation in Mex
ico forever. lie can withdraw it at this time
witli lass loss to himself than he will be able
to do at any future time, and with equal
honor. He has done enough for Maximil
ian, and two much for Mexico. Let him
now follow the excellent advice civen him
by some of his own counecllors, and thus
get out ol an uncomlortablc position at once.
o'clock, a. u.
Dec. 14. Tho Scnato met at 10
Prayer by Iter. Mr. Phillips.
-Senate bill No. 25S. by Mr. Boson : To incorpo
rate thoTennesM-o ormal School. Parsed on
first reading. ... .
Senate bill No. 239, by Mr. Smith : to repeal all
laws prohibiting tree persons oi coior lrum irauc.
Pacd on first rcaiilng.
Tkij i,;n w tn n.oiniitt! to a petition from freed
men of .Memphis, accompanyiug the bill. Praying
tho repeal of sections irai and 2,721 of tho Code
of Tcunes-icc, which, with other provision' of a
similar character and spirit, arc complained of as
inhibiting negroes lately slaves, from pursuing
certain brandies 01 lawiui uumiiuss anu irauu
nr,nrw1 tn ntliiT dlMPS of frCCdUlCn. and WlllCll
can be no longer required for any desirable policy
or public ends.
t;..,tn l.iii n ?A0- Tn incorporate tho Tcnucs
sec Petroleum and Mining Company, in lieu of
bill No. 20s-, with the samo title.
Adopted in lieu, and passed on second reading.
UESSIGE moM THE HOUSE.
A mossurn from the Houc announced the trans
mission of House bill No. 21W, for tho signature of
the Speaker of the benatc.
SENATE BILLS ON HOCSE AMENDMENT.
Senate bill No. 177: To incorporate the Knox
ville Bridge Company, Amendment concurred
Senate bill No. I3S: Lo incorporate the -uoores-villo
Male and Fcmalo Institute. Amendment
HOUSE BILL ON NON-CONCURHENCE IN SENATE
House bill No. 97: To repeal all bills in relation
to slaves, and for other purposes.
On motion of Mr. Scntcr, a committco of con
ference was askcil tor, to consist oi tnrcc on tne
part of the Senate, and on tho part of tho
Tho Spakcr appointed Messrs. Trimble. Case,
and Cate tho committee on the part of theScnatc.
HOUSE BILLS ON FIIIST READING.
House bill No. 327: To amend an act passed
November 23, 1SC5, entitled "an Act to establish
a system of Internal Improvements in this State."
Passed. , ,. ,
Houso bill No. 100: To repeal sections 2, 3. -1
and 5 of an act entitled " an Act to charter tho
New Market Society, and for other purposes."
Passed, and referred to the Committee on Judi-
C'Ioiiso bill No. 213 : To incorporate the Cumber
land Oil nnd Mining Company. Passed and refer
red te the Committee on Incorporations.
Hou-c bill No. 199 : To amend the attachment
laws of this State, and for other purposes. Passed,
and referred to the Committee on Judiciary.
Honso bill No. 324: To charter tho Tennessee
and Alabama Mining and .Manufacturing Com-
rany. Passed, and referred to the Committee on
House bill No. 243: To amend tho charter of
the Memphis and Charleston Bailroad Company.
Passed, and referred to tho Committco on Ju
diciary. House bill No. 310 : To chango the mode of
electing tho jailor for the county of Davidson,
Passed, and referred to the Committee on Ju-
Swheue Court. Tho equity docket of tho
BevenHi Cireuit was tal;p up yesterday, and may
liocnnliimnlfiirtwoor three days. Tho follow
ing are tho mH hoard during this session on
whieh opinion, have been rendered:
Boh!non and Walker vs. Slate. Judgment af
U. M. Fw rl f.. V. Jno. B, lingers t al.
Judgment reversed, and cauo remanded.
llhlos vs. Nolen. Judgment reversed, and caaso
ltorloy v. Mnsscy. Judgment affirmed.
Coney vs. Curloy. Judgment reversed, nnd causo
Sohtiwipk Institute. Several representative
of the pres were yesterday invited to witness the
oxcrciees nt Mr.s Holeombo's school, on Park
Mroet, near tho Capitol. A peculiar feature of
thU school is the introduction of musical gymnas
tics. A hand organ, on whieh nro played divers
walttes ami marches, furnish cs tho music by
whieh tho various calMheuio exorcises, with dumb
bell, Ws. nnd ring, nro regulated.
Yesterday, aliout twenty young mies, fifteen
years of age and under, clad in appropriate habil
iment, executed the principal oxercises in amau
ner whieh lejleeled grpat credit upon themselves
nnd their instructors. Wo understand that there
are about forty pupil, under tho charge of 11. F.
Thero seem to be n growing dispoition, on the
part ofmany ofour institutions of learning, to in
troduce gymuaslies of various kind; nnd their
practical lieuefit, when tightly omdueted. cannot
bo over estimated. Tho nneieatUrcck and Bo
lnatrt acknowledged tho utility f these exercises :
and wo should not, in any respcet, fall behind our
Mr. J. J. Dltw. editor of HuntsvillofAla.) 7n.fr
jifuJfltl, ww iimnied recently to Mis Mabv
E. P. Cne bos received the I.edter, Boston
Plfctt, MetrwoHtan Boeerd, Wido World. Sim
day Time .V Dioteh, Educational Monthly for
December. (Sedeys .t Peterson for January
Monthly Ntnelet No. 11X Late New York Dai
lie. Chieege Times, 'iitbune A KnpaWieiui. St.
VlMTRiiiuT wm the coldest day of the season
thkyestr. At sunrise the thermometer indicated
eight degree above oro, ami at 12 fifteen de
grees. In rtwmn without 8ro. ihe waterfroie quite
rapidly: and unusual oflort wcro jieoossnry lo
keep the body l to it ual temperature.
NotwithsthNPINo the umiHl celdnese of tho
weather, the Cmnboilaiid ruc jorterday at least n
foot, fining vrbably to a head rise above. The
7mi nnd Y were advertised to leao
CnViy"AL iVt'Rr.- Kight etwee nf (rawing were
tried yesterday; two being find 4 en eh, and the
other dioehargw! with east.
A rmlt ir. entered in three roses: Kir
Alto"4' , (eo! . fnr larceny : Jane StMWt, larceny ;
Jm. Chtytew. robbery.
Deek Lee. el.. for larceny. ple-l guilty, ami
w sentenced to tha eiritentiiiry.
llmH-nnnR'H Oihirt. The fe))wbig aro the
l4lpal eMis hcenl jcterl.v:
Jne. Mcflreg, dUenlcrly. fined i'M.
Aioo PufeaiH. erueting MreoU, fiAed i7,
A. WaM. dh-nlerly. f UJM.
Wm. Oteoun, abuie language, 1 18.
A. 0k,(el.'. tippHag. f 17.
iWni, lUlrtttmH). (e4.). diHflj , .
tPnt. DeHMhue. (eel.l, dhwrderly, iU.
Ward lWtUeu. attempt to rob, U.
Antheny Corrj , creatittg stuietmoe,
Vm. AMeo. (eol.V disenlerly. fit.
Jet4i t'hiti. drttftk and being twpicious
Felix Bebwtoon. eareloos driving sod diserderly
Miutarv. By onler ef Major General
Thenuw. mod IMl eerday. Liettt. CV1. it. P.
Thrusteo. A. A. G. 1 Judge Adioeatc. has been
roMvved fhttn du'y in this De)rt'w.t. General
B. W. JvImmnhi, te -xbtxu the rieent f the e&ee
are te be turned o er, i te tutume tho duties ef
Aeting Judge Advocate
An Irish CoMri.iMiLVT. The Dublin
Council have adopted a vote of condolence
with Ladv l'.ii.MUitsrox on her late lc
roavoment which runs thus; "That the
Council desire to join in the general senti
mont if rtix?ct smd prntiivcU, whicli, apart
from all political oiidorntions, have been
called fortu by the dutnir-c of lxrd I'almkrs
ton ; and beg to convey to Lady Patricks
SrYjp ul iicgroc have U-oi arretod in
Louisville for carrying navy revolver con
cealed about their persons. They resisted
the iolicc, and quite a htrugRle ensued be
fore they could be 6ccured nnu disarmed.
HILL TO r.HECT A HOl'SE OF KSHTRl.
Hr it riiiiro That for tho frotection of tho
many poor orphan children and jtivcnilo offend
ers nnd vagrants in our city, nyiousoof Bcf
ugo bo c-ected by the City Council of Noshvillo
for the same.
lie tfmthcr rmtetrd That in tho month of
in each year, tho Council shall elect nine citiicns
to servo for ono year, or until their successors
shall bo elected, who, with tho Mayor, shall con
stitute a Board of Commissioners of tho said
Houso of Bcfugo.
2d. Tho Commissioners, of whom fivo shall con
stituto a quorum, shall nt their first meeting after
their election, elect from their own members a
President, proscribe- his duties, nnd adopt rules
and regulations for their own government.
3d. Tho Board of Commissioners shall havo tho
management of said Houso of Bcfugc, proscriho
tho kind and amount of labor to bo performed by
tho inmate, make rules aud regulations for their
instrnclion and government, and do and perform
all other acts they may deem necessary and
proper for their improvement, or to carry into
coiuploto effect tho objects contemplated by tho
iaws of tho corporation relative to a Houso of
Befuge for juvenile delinquents and vagrants;
provided, however, that they shall not make any
agreement or contract fur tho payment of money.
except for tho ordinary supplio and expenses nf
said Houso of Bcfugo, or for materials or mechan
ical or agricultural tools for manufacturing or
agricultural purples in said institution.
4th. Tho said Commissionurs shall report qua r
terly to tho Council tho condition of snid House-
of Bcfugc, accompanied by such information and
suggestions in relation to tho samo as may bo
.rth. The Standing Committee on tho Houso of
Befuge of cither Board of tho Common Council,
shall havo authority, at all times, to inspect the
minutes of tho proceedings of tho Board of Com
missioners, and all records of the institution; ana
it shall bo tho duly of said committco to visit said
House of liefugo nt Ioat onco in every month.
Cth. Tho Commissioners of tho Houso of Bcfugc
lie, and they are hcroby authorised to appoint
such number and grade of otucers or servants
for tho imtituiion, as they may deem necessary
nnd advantageous, and dctennino tho compensa
tion, provided the amount shall not exceed the
sum of dollars.
7th. That if any child be found begging for alms
or solicling charity from door to door, or in any
street, highway, or public place, such child shall
bo deemed a vagrant, and any Justice of tho
Poace, the city Beeorder, or any Alderman or
Councilman of tho city of Nashvillo shall have
lmer to commit htm or her to the Houso of Be
fuge of tho city, anil the child shall be thero de
tained, kept, ,o:u ployed and instructed in such,
useful labor as he or she shall be able to perform,
until discharged therefrom under tho rules of said
House cf Befuge, or bound out as an apprentice
by the ComtniioHfrs of the House of Bcfugc.
Sth. Immediately after tho adoption of this or
dinance, tho CoHHoil shall elect nine citizens as
Commissioner afdresaid, to sen o' until tho next
ami ual election.
The I'rojiosrtl Wlttnlmunl of
lYoiicli Trnon from Mexico.
From the New York Times.
It appear from our French advices that
there is a strong prossuro in France upon the
Gowriime-it at this moment forthc withdraw
al of its troom in Mexico, and that it has got
to be generally underwood there that if the
troops be withdrawn, the United Stales
will in no way interfere with the experiment
of "eiviliiing" that country; but that H
long as the French flag remains in Mexico
so long wiH tho United States feel hotiIc to
France and'to the "civilizing" experiment,
" ThU," rite our Paris correspondent, " is
in diivcl contradiction to the idea which the
French Government and the partisans of the
Mask-nil expedition have always nrged;
that is to say, they have alwava put forward
the idea that long as the French Hag re
mained in Mexico, the Americans would be
afraid to interfere for fear of war with
France, and that if the ilag were removed,
Maximilian would 1? attacked at once. The
difference," ho continues, " is a not impor
tant one, and if it could be made to enter
into the plans of the American Government
to publicly announce their policv in this re
8pect,so that the French jieople could l0
sure of the fact, the pressure of public
opii.ion would i-oon bring aliout the evacua
tion of Mexico and the trial of the Kmpiro
on its own merit.
It is unquestionably the fact thnt Louis
rvapolcon feels he has a knotty subject to
deal with in the matter of Mexico. lie set
out on his work with great cxi-cctations and
peat pretension. Mexico had suffered a
half-century of anarchy ; he would establish
order. It was in povertv and bankruptcy
though pressing untold element of wealth;
he would develop that wealth. It was
menaced by the United State; he would
erect a barrier in its defence. It had long
iwu us u prooi oi ttielaHureof Republican
urn ; ho would ehov in it and throufih it tho
The EiikIIsIi OijilSjiUMt nt ironic.
The English capitalists who recently made
an extended tour of observation in tins
country, with a view of acquainting them
selves with our resources preparatory to the
investment o: tneir capital in some ol our
public improvements, appear to have carried
home with them vcrv favorable impressions
of our people and institutions, ai well as of
our wonderful inherent strength, industrially
and commercially. Kefercnee has already
iccn made to the speech of Sir Morton Peto.
delivered at Uristol, England, immediately
upon his return, in which he spoke in the
warmest terms as to his reception here ; but
tho full text of his address: shows that he
was even more enthusiastic in his praise
than appeared from the first summary of
us remarks, in the course of his speech.
he said :
I went to America at an important and
interesting epoch of its history. I went
there at the close of the most tremendous
struggle known in modern times, and when
certain! v did expect to find the country
exhausted and society disorganized. I de
clare to you that I saw nothing in that por
tion oi mai great country tiirougti winch
we passed which could for a moment re
mind us that such a strucule had arisen
and I was still more astonished when I came
to learn the advance which had been made
in the Western States of America within
the last ten years.
"Whv, sir, within that period 2G.145.000ad
ditional acres have been brought into culti
vation : on the average 240,000,000 bushels
of wheat were grown, and the population of
tlioe extern "stales had advanced JAoO,-
000. It may be interesting to my Lord
Ducie, as an agriculturalist, to know that
more than .1,000,000 of the population m the
Western btatcs are employed m the cultiva
tion of hind ; but it may be equally inter
esting lor you 10 near mat iincago, which a
few years since was a mere village, a dot
upon the map, has now a population ex
ceeding a quarter ol a million, and public
buildings finer than anv that 1 know of in
any provincial city in this country ; while
i. f. i .i i . ,
us limine norKs, us urmges, ami us roacis,
its universities, its hospitals, aro all on a
most magnilicent scale.
Hut, to confine myself to the Western
Slates, I went to Boston ; and what did I
find there? I found that even since the
commencement of the war five million ster
ling had been spent in that citv in the ex
tension of public buildings. Gentlemen,
surely that was no sign of exhaustion
Well, then we went to New York, and there
wc found one of the mot magnificent parks
in the world, the greater part of the works
connected with which hail been actually con
t ructcd during the war; and on referring
io statistics we lotinu mat tne interest on
the debt, and the whole of the municipal
taxes, only amounted to something like
three per cent, on the rental. I say fear
lessly that no young man who intends to
enter life as a man of business ought to con
sider his education complete without pay
ing a visit to America : and. without men
tioning names, I can assure you that one of
the largest merchants of my acquaintance
a man who does an immense business
dates his success in lifo from the time he
No person who has the least information
on the subject can doubt the ability of the
Americans to pay their national debt, and
any one who exprescu a doubt of their
willingness to do so would be treated with
merited contempt. Then as to the army.
liicre was a wonderful thing in the absorp
tion of that army. The United States Army
was 1,200,000 strong, and General Grant told
him, at St. Louis, he had mustered out S7"i,
000 men up to that day. He stated that he
did not mean to have more than 50,000 men,
and if their friends of the South were sin
cere they would bring tha army down to
30,000. Cheers.! If those men could uo
and be absorbed in civil life, it mut show
that the country possessed resources such as
were never seen liefore, and which nations
in Europe would do well to imitate. Loud
Sir Morton went on to civc an instance of
how the soldiers were absorbed into civil
callings, and lie said that in Chicago he went
over a large printing cidablishmcnt belong
ing to a gentleman who was for some vcars n
Sccrctarv of the Embassy in Loudon. Talk
ing to him aliout the war, he said that forty-
seven of his compositors were all of them
soldiers. " That man," said he, pointing to
one, " was a major, that one a captain, that
a lieutenant, that a sergeant ; " ' but they arc
all at work as quietly as if they had never
left the compositor's "desk. He (Sir Slorton)
asked what he did when thev left him?
" Oho," he replied, " I gave them a written
understanding that their situations should be
open to them when t'.iey returned. ' I Applause.
J.OIES It. GREENE & CO.,
SacfMJflri to Smyth ,t Greene,)
GKNKBAI. COMMISSION .V FORWARD tNtl
4XD wiioLisiLi paints. IV
Groceries and Provisions,
LIQUORS. TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
AlSO, AOSSTl rOS TOE S1LI Of
KcctiflotI, Rnurbon, "anI Itobort-:
Co a n I j- WliUklc.
NO. U EOCT1I MARKET STREET.
Houo bill No. 219 : To incorporate tho Tcnnes
seo and Ottawa Oil and Mining Company. Pars
ed, and referred to tho Committee on Incorpora
tions. HOCSE JOIST KKSOLPTI0X3.
House foint resolution No. 1G0: Requesting tho
Comptroller to have the leak in tho Capitol stpp
ned. Referred to the Committee on tho Capitol
and Public Grounds. ....
Houso joint resolution No. 1:8 : Reqmlins ; tho
Comptroller to make out the amount of per diem
and mileage duo to each member and ollicer ol tho
General Assembly, up to tho ruth ol . uc;-cmucr,
and requiring tho Treasurer to pay said amounts.
Pasel over informally.
Adjourned toll) o clocK A. u., naiuruiij.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
ixr.CTiox coMiiiTTrx nnroitT the cask .or mr.
TnrnsDAV. Dec. 14, 1S85. Mr. Thornbur.-. from
a majority of the Committco on elections, submit-
n.l lio Cnll.nvinf- rotiort
U'urnciu it nimpiirs from the joint certificate
of the .Sheriffs of the counties of Benton and
Humphreys that an election was hcld in said
counties on the Cth day of December. to elect
a member or the Houso to nil ine vacaiicj era
sinned by the resignation of Honorable Dursey 11,
ri....n. nn.l 1rl,.,ri.na it iimtp.ir from feiltd cer
tificate tll.lt. neither of' the candidates voted for at
snid election took the oath required by the 1-ran
chic Act. parsed Juno tith, ISO.); tucrciorc no u
7,,Wrt, That it i- tho dcebion of this Iliiu
il.nt .n.i in t hi. I Inu.-o for a member from t In
ni.ntia nf IVntnn .mil Iluiiinhreys. made vucan
hv the resignation of Mr. Thomas, is still vacant
On motion beinz made that tho rules be sus
m-tmlrtil nml thn ro.cnlution taken UP.
xi. ,..in,l tint n n minoritv o
,1I. rii.hwi"' ...... .. .- -
tho committco would submit a report, it would
hn ennventent to DO?tliono tho resolu'ion Until
RESOLUTIONS TIKES" UP THE SCHOOL Fl'ND,
Mr. Mulloy's resolutions rcquirins the Cover
nor. Comptroller, and Treasurer, to turn over ini
school fund to the Superintendent of Public In
struetion. was taken up, and after some little du
cusiou adopted by ayes St, noes 23,
By Mr. Cartor: To incorporate the Planters
Fire and Marino .Mutual Insuranco tympany
THE 3ANK BILL.
Tho bill tn wind nn tbn Bank of Tennsce be-
inf. till, nr'cr nf thndnv. W.LS taken lit), when Mr.
Wines spoke at some length on tho new section
nrnnnml hr Mr. Murnliv vesterdav. Boforo any
vote was taken, on motion, tho Houso adjourned
until 2 o clock.
TlmTTnnan inrt j,nd nftpran hourorSO. SUCCCCll
cd in sccurins a quotum, when, on motion, it ad
; i ,:i . . i n nA..l..ilr
journcil uuill cuiurua iiiuiiiiiia wwi
LATEST M TELEGRAPH.
Discharge or Civilians
lEeavy Golti Products.
Pres. Juarez Wants to licHisns.
Grant Going to the Rio
Our Xeutrality towards Spain
Free SuIIi-age in District
Action of Virginia legislature.
. , Death of Senator Coliamer.
THE TRAVELERS INSURANCE CO,
1 K E M I U 31 s
FOR INSURING AGAINST ACCIDENTS.
I'lidor the General Accltlcict Itislf,
TEX HOLMES ANNUAL PREMICM
AVill sccuro a Policy erantinelnsuranco for
TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS,
In tho event of death by
any miscmiTiosr or accident,
"With Ten Dollars per week Compensation
170Rr.ny.PcrsonalInjury caujins total Disabilily
? from business, so that should tuoPoIiey beeon-
tinucil in torreluriivo i enrs, any one Aeciilcnt
il.umiiK di'ability for I'ire ll'ce, will rcimburso
tho assured for tho wholo cost of hi. Insurauco.
TWKNTY-FIVn DOLLAIi-? I'llEJUUM
WiH in liko manner iccuro a Policy for
Five Thousand Dollars,
And Twcnty-fivo Dollars per week Compensation
TIFTY DOLLARS PREMIUM
Will in liko manner sccuro a Policy for
TEiV 'VIEOIJSAXB DOT.TiA2si,
And Fifty Dollars per week Compcnaation.
XTiulor tlip Travclor Itlsli,
Tho annual payment of Ten Dollars will secure a
Policy crantins Jnuranco lor
FIVE THOUSAND DOLUMIS,
Aeain't I,ns of Life, cau'ed by Accident to any
I ublic conveyance, and iwcnty-nvc iiolian
per week Compensation.
Policies issued at this Aircnev for One Month to
I'ivo Yean. P. P. PUCK.
Agents at Xathvillf.
Dec 4 1m ins
x k m y o it K
rtn.vNmr.s a.d wines.
TCST RECKIVED . , ,
fj S3 cascs superfine Ilcidiick Chs.mpirxk
io cases otrti ntskr,
20 cases N. E. Rum. for Chriitmu.
20 cases Pule Sherry, very old.
10 "4 niU Kmc Rrandy,
20 cases itaderla Wine. . .
or salo chep by . M. T. HAGEX.
cfi Iw rii I BrosJ itrttt.
ASSETTS - - $600,000
0I,1CIES covcrirc risks ncainst fire, and also
bv River nnd Hail lto.nl ii.ued on most favor
able terms, at this acency by
1". ; rrith,
Agent at Nashville.
Omcs temporarily at Forbes Jt Stephen, Cor
ner of Collcce and Union Streets,
TV. n. GUEOORT. T. U. CLASC.
o. i. cn.vrrir.
Late of Jlobile, Ala
Blood, Gregory & Co.,
And Dealcr.s in I'roilucc
cisn paid ron AZ.I,
kinds conxntT rnoDircx.
OS BROAD STEET.
THREE D Q 0 R S EAST OF C II E R R Y
NkV, YOHK. Dec. 14. Tbn ITernLV v.
Cruz correspondent states that onlv 2,000
French troons had hor-n l.imb..l n't
Cruz during lat month. Tlio conversation
of French officers in that citv was contemp
tuous towards the United States. I
nitntWtn. mi...!.! . r p t. .
r.,HH.uui jiiuiiiuuns oi war ior .trench
troops had been also loaded. 3,000 French
troops are on their way to Mexico. Cholera
nan appeared at era Cruz.
AOI.EDO. U.. I)ec. 14. Tim rr-miiri ,f
Jonathan (jillctt, fonnerlv of the firm
Ol Uns-lit, Uillelt & Tiawtnn. nf .u-
York, and more recently of this city, who
uiai-;nuii!-iv uisanneared t iroo vrar sir,
i i i . . :
uu-. H.-L-U loiuiii, nniicr circumstances Ic:ivin
no (louut ol Ins having oeen murdered
i lie .uayor oilers S1.000 for t ie nniirrdim.
,1 . ' "
muii oi uie miiruercrs.
WASIHKOTOX. Dec. 14. Sl-VATir fr
Jjrown ollered a resolution instmrtino- th..
juinciiiry comiiuuce io inquire into the cx-
peuiency anil lrgnt ot providing bv Jaw for
tne adoption ot the eight hour svstem of
aoor m all euinlovment within tho lurw.
.1!...:. r , .
uicuuii oi ongrc-s, Wherever practicable.
'IM.. 1..: 1- " r-
xinjiueuiuiioii nes over lniorm.t v.
Mr. Foote, of Vermont, roe to annrami
me death ot his late colleague in the Senate
lion. Jacob Coliamer. and in a speech of
unit; iiuiiiues reviewed the Hie and public
services of the late .Senator, and spoke in
terms ot commendation of him as a lawyer
ajudj;e, a member of the Vermont LmmsI.iI
tnre, a member of the House of Kepresenta-
me.-, a iiiemucr oi i-reMilcnt Taylor's cabi
net, ana a Senator ol the United States. At
the conclusion of his remarks, Mr. Foote of-
lereil a resolution of respect to the memory
ot tne deceased.
Mr. Harris, of New York, spoke of Mr.
Coliamer in the warmest of terms.
Mr. Johnson, of Mo., in a very eloquent
speech, paid a high tribute to the wisdom
and judgment ol the deceased. The custom
ary resolutions of respect were Uicn passed.
aim iiiu oemuu adjourned.
Housi. Mr. Iienderson, of Oregon, of-
iereu a resolution, declaring that treason
against the United istates government is a
"""t uiigiii. io ue punisiied, wjitcli
Mr. Wilson, of Iowa, ofiered a resolution,
which was passed, that all the papers in refer
ence io me late so-called (.onlederate States,
be referred to a select committee of fifupn
and that no representatives of such States be
admitted to seats until Congress shall de
clare that such btates are entitled to
The House here received a message, an
nouncinK tho death of Senator (Vill amor.
Mr. Mcrritt spoke of the life and character of
The House then passed the usual resolu
tions of respect and adjourned.
Ni:v Yoiuc, Dec. 11. An Italian giving
the name of Egypts DelbornH, was arrested
this morning at the Washington Hotel, in
Jersey City, charged with being a counter
feiter. Upon being taken to the police sta
tion, there was found on his person $2,600
in counterfeit money, a dirk knife, revolver,
spring blade ring, and other articles.
Ni:w Youk, Dec. 5. The Foil's Mexican
correspondent of the 27th, says that the
Manhattan, one of the steamers of the
American and Mexican steamship company,
brought from Havana to Vera Cruze on her
last trip 17,000 Springfield muskets, pur
chased by an American named O'Stillivan,
for the use of Maximillian. The United
States Consul at Havana refused to permit
the vessel to leave the harbor when he found
these arms were on board, and the Manhat
tan was detained twentv-four hours in con
sequence of his refusal. The English and
brcncli Umsnls were then called nnon bv
Mr. Sullivan, and they held an interview
with our Kepresentativc at conclusion of
Inch bills of lading were siirned aud the
steamer left the harbor with theso imple
ments of war on board.
Ihe Post's Washincton special savs:
Judiciary Committee of the lIoue will try
to introduce a bill on Monday next, to estab
lish equal sufleragc in thcDis'trict of Columbia.
Sax FKAXcisto. Dec. 10. Mininir Stocks
little stronger, Apliago 210; Savage CIO;
Chollar Totosc 125: Yellow Jacket 2S0.
Nku York. Dec. 11. The ITeraltTn
Washington special says, Gen. Grant has
issued an order dischargim: all civilians ex
cept clerks from the army.
ihe lima Washington special savs. Mc-
Culloch has received a letter from the col
lector of internal revenue from Montano
territory, saying that the product of gold
and silver mines of that territory for the
year 1S03 will be ;ipwards of Sl"t5,000,000.
A special dispatch lrom San rrancisco to
the Tribune Eays, Juarez writes to the Mex
ican consul at that place, and says that the
reason for ordcrinc Ortccras trial was because
he left Mexico without leave, virtually
abandoning the Republican cauc in the
nation's struggle. He adds both familv and
personal interests, incite him to retire to
private life and as soon as the election can
be held, he will cheerful! v nive hp the I'resi
iiLiicy which nc nas proved to Jinn vcrv
The Tribunes special says, a crowded house
istened to llenrv Wanl Beechcr in the
House of Representatives last night.
Ihe Ircasury Department arc makin
preparations to commence paying mint
Coupons during January.
The Verdict in the case of Commodore
Craven will be published shortly.
uen. urant proposes to visit .Sew (Jr-
cans and the JCio urande within a few-
secreiary Aiccuiiocn issued an order yes
terday enjoining Custom House Officers to
use diligence to prevent entrance into Uni
ted States ports of prizes belonging to either.
ui'iuui-iii tunics miring Hostilities oe-
tween Spam ar.u Chili
liged tp appeal to the President. He has
promised to give the matter an early attcn
The HeralaVs Rio Janerio correspondent
of Nov. 8th, reports no further fighting be
tween the Paraguayans and the allics,,but
the latter were carrying on the campaign and
vigorously pushing in pursuit of the former
wno were retreating. Ono division of the
Brazilian army had reached the River Ur-
uguary, and commenced crossing over into
I'rovince of Carnontes. The Emperor of
Ai-azu was expected to return to the capital
from the scene of wjrr on the 12th of Nor.
New Yorjr, December 14 The regular
At I . . rtl O
mummy inecungoi incnamberotComincrcc
was held to-day, special committeeappointed
to consider the memorials signed by a large
number of naval officrs, asking the Chamber
, . .i - i. . .
m -isoiM. mciii in ooiaming ine passage by
-ungress oi an act io increase their pay.
v-uniuiiiicu was aiiiioinieu io present a me
morial to Congress praying for the passage of
a iaw exempting oenators in national courts
ol "southern btates from the operation of
siaiuie oi limitation ior a period long enough
to give creditors an opportunity to enforce
A letter was read from the Rev. T. C.
Conway, stating that he was about to proceed
t , 1 . .. .
iu -liuruinj un a inissiou io inuuee capitalists
to advance material aid to Southerners in
order to enable them to increase labor on
cotton lands. Mr. Conway's mission was
approved ot by a number of prominent gentlemen.
Cincixxati, Dec. 14. Cotton Firm nt 45c for
Flour Quiet without any changes in prices.
Grai.w Wheat, snpply light !.ind prices 54W0c
higher. Wo quoto prime old red at $1.301.S.";
new at Jli&gl.GO. Corn, continues Jo be in good
demand at 47t9c for new car, and 5353c for
shelled. Oats, advanced to 41c in elevator. Rye,
quoted at 72373c for prime.
Hoc.i Arc in fair demand, but prices are a shado
lower. Tho current rates arc $10.2510,75 nctt.
Receipts 50,000 head.
Meats. Icss pork, dull at $.:!727.50. Green
meats, dull at SJtfHKc; shoulders, sides and
hams UViQUX. Rulk meats, dull at 1215j, and
17c, packed, for shouldcJs, sides and clear sides.
WiiiSKY Dull, and prices declined to $2.25.
Gold 1 15.
Money in Xcw York.
Nkw York, Dec. 14. Wall street is more active.
The only point of interest is tho advance of gold
securities. The demand for old 5-20s, for which
thero is a foreign demand, has increased. Tho
market continues easy at 7 cent., and thero is a
gradual aceuinul.ition of capital seeking invest
ment. Commercial paper is more inquired for and
pases at 769 r cent, on first class names. Stock
market fcvcrHi and irregular. Government
stocks strong. Railroad shares opened weak and
depressed, and closed with an improvement of
HAlIIT0f J. eHBKMT.
TIIOUAS O. POIXTHB,
XX. r. EOT.
CO MM US SI ON MERCHANTS,
For tiie sale and purchase of
Cotton nnd Tobacco, Wheat, Flour,
PIO MOX. A.XD PRODUCE GENERALLY
Xos. O ami 11 Urond Street
WE WILL KEEP OX HAND A LARGE
1 1 and well selected stock of
FOR THE WHOLESALE - TRADE
T1IESECOXD JfATIOXAI. BANK,
College Street, near Union,
Dcsitmated Depositary and Financial Agent of tho
n. j r ,0.l.ra"t regular BanVinr busi-
.mhiksu .cuang on
. -. . .
.nt.SC"1 t-0'' ,nd --Ter. boaght
A. Nelsox, President.
Johv Luusdex. Cash'r.
dee-dim. W. J. Thomas, Ass't Cash'r
IMEDICAL CAKD. !!
THIRD NATIONAL BANK,
' " at Ti
XZi 4-Ji . 77T.f 7...M r "he-i
1 after J
t ship I
W. W. Bkert, M. Bcrxs,
Dau'i. F. Cartir,
Joa. W. Allx.v,
A. J. DcscAx.
CUAS. E. HlLLMAX,
Many English merchants and bankers are
said to have agents in the South who are en
gaged in selecting cotton lands.
Tin: Memphis papers arc fairly alarmed
at the extraordinary increase ot population.
in ISbU it numbered between 'J0.000 and 20,-
000 ; now it embraces over 50,000 (some sav
70,000), and there is a great scarcity of
A pot mortem examination was held on
Lord Palsii'uston's bodv. Tho hraim.
lungs, heart, and other vital organs, were
lotmd to be in a remarkably healthy state ;
but on examining the kidneys, the cause of
ucatli was ascertained with the utmost cer
tainty. Here an extensive abscess had form
ed, which was the immediate cause of the
painful attacks from winch the 1'remier suf
fered during the hist four months of his life.
I'or Circuit Court Clerk.
Havixo been solictcd by a laruc number of old
friends, Will. I.. Foster has consented to an
nounce his name as a candidato for Circuit Court
Clerk of Davidson county, at tho ensuins March
We aro authorized to annnunco tho name of
Dnvld C. I.ovc us a candidate for rc-clection to
tho offico of Circuit Court Clerk of Davidson
county, at the ensuing March election.
I'or County Court Clerli.
Wo aro authorized to announco tho name of
IVui. H. I'liciilliain as a candidato for tho office
of County Court Clerk of Davidson county, at tho
ensuing March Election.
Wo arc authorized to announco IV. O. K'.viu
as a candidate for County Court Clerk of Davidson
county, at tho ensuins March election, decl-te.
We 3re authorized to announce Tuoiiint C
CriiuU as a candidato for County Court Clork at
the ensuins election.
Wk are authorized to announco tVrlley AV
I'll lllp as a candidato for County Court Clerk,
at tho ensuing election. dccl-to
We are authorized to announce W. C Hall as
a candidato for County Court Clerk, at tho ensu
ing election. decl-to
For Criminal Court Clerk.
Wo aro authorized to annourco Clinrlcs E.
DlffSTOim as a candidato for Criminal Court Clerk
of Davidson county at the ensuing March elec
I'or County Trustee.
AVc aro authorized to announce IMilncnsGar-
rett as a candidate for County Trustee nt the en
suins March election. decl-te.
We aro authorized to announce Tliomii
Kliute, of Iho Fourteenth Civil District, as a
Candidate for Counly Trustee of Davidson County
at tho ensuins March elcotion.
Wo arc authorized to announce T. XV. Itnllcnr
as a candidate for tjouiity Irustco ol UainiJon
county at the ensuins March election.
Wo are authorized to announce Captain John
tVIIson, as n candidato for re-election to tho of
fice of County Trusteo at tho cniuins March elec
Wr. aro authorized to innounee A. (1. Jlnjrey,
as a candidato for Sheriff of Davidson county at
tbo ensuins March election.
We are authorized to announco Itolicrt F.
Cuttles;, a candidate for Sheriff of Diridsen
county at the next March election. dec4-te.
Wo aro authorized to announce KocluUo
Itrnneli as a candidate for Sheriff of Davidson
county at Vho ensuins March election, dect-te.
Wo are authorized to announcs IV. C. Shaw,
as a candidato for Sheriff of Daridscn county, at
the ensuins March election. decl-te.
Vir. aro authorized to announee Win. Wilson
as a candidato for Sheriff, at the ensuinz election.
7 BARRELS BOURBON WHISKY.
60 " Robinson County Wh!ky.
6G " Old By o do
SO " Rectified do
20 " Cosnao Brandy,
10 hfbbls do do
10 barrels Holland Gin.
10hfbbl3 do do
'JO hf bbls New England Rum,
a) hf bbls Ginscr Brandy,
a) kcs do do
3) hf bbls Cherry Brandy,
'JO kess Lemon Cordial,
15) kess Ginger do
ISO baskets Hcid'ic, (pints and quarts).
2) boxes Sparklins Catawba,
100 sacks prime Rio Coffee.
T5 barrels New Orleans and Island Susar,
50 " Crushed di
50 " Powdered do
CO " Coffeo do
150 " choice Trish Potatoes.
15 " Table Salt.
25 " .Molasses.
25 barrels Syrup,
IV) hf bbls and kers Syrup,
60 kits Mackerel, Nos. 1 and 1
25 hf bbls do
25 qr bbls do
50 boxes Cheese.
50 do Candy,
50 do StarCandlfs.
50 hf and qr boxes Star Candles, '' 1
50 boxes German and Faraily.Soap,
50 do Pieklcs, (qts and tits)!
10 rross Preston i Merrill's Ycost Powders,
50 boxes Starch,
10 cases (VO Sardines,
25 bixes Raisins,
80 hf and qr bxs Rnisini,
50 dozen Painted Iluckcts,
500 reams Wrappins Paper.
100 dozen Brooms,
20 dozen Sieves,
500 kegs Nails,
To which wo invite the attention of th ir
chants of Tennessee, Georgia and Alabama.
fjtnct attention will bo paid to receiring and
forwarding, and to the sale of Crocaripi and all
goods on consignment.
Items in tho Inrffo and commodious i torn nnd
warehouse, so long and f.ivorably remembered as
the house of Johnson A'Smith, and afterwards as
rishcr. i hccless .t Co.. with tho lmmrnio sheds
and storugo rooms, we feel prepared to handle all
Cotton. Tobacco and (lencral Produce, or roods
on consignment, on as favorablo terms as any
house in tho city; and expecting to establish our
business upon a permanent basis, we nromitn tn
do all in our power to merit a liberal share of
UAtiULMJ AND ROPIS always on hand.
roxxrr.u .t Co.
This Bank occupies tho build
pied by tho Planters' Bank, corner of IlnicT,
College streets, and is prepared to buy and sell
Gold, and Silter.DrajU, U. S. SetvritU,. and State
uonae, tollttt Draft,. Coupon,. fe., in all
parts of tho United States!
5.20 Bond, nnd 7-30 Treasury Notes al
ways on hand, and for sale. Gold CouDons cashed
and compound interest Notes bought at tho high
est rates. E1WAR JOVK P:.i.n.
. . UfcUlU, President.
DISPEX S A It T
W. R. CORNELIUS, Na c4- I no, 04.
Government and City
UNI) E R 'JO A 1C E K
E 31 B A J, M E Jt,
ni-1'AItTJIF.NT OFTIIK CI'M1;EKIjXD.
IOOrarrels very kink 1UTSH pota.
TOES. For salo by
deeO-lm. STKATTON, POINTER .t CO.
years old Jt i, Superior.
dccG-lm STRATTON, POINTER Sc CO.
V US Tierces Hrcakfast Bacon, and fur salo by
M. 1. lliUli.S,
dec.! 2w 5 Broad street.
-O Tierces new loaf Lard, and for salo low by
M. I. llAUIiM,
deep 2v 5 Broad street.
MATT. T. IIAGEY,
WHOLESALE GROCER, COTTON FACTOR,
CJKXEKAI. CO.M-IIISaiO.X Jir.nCIIANT,
NO. 3 BROAD STREET,.
BETWEEN MARKET AND TIIONT.
Liberal AdTantci Muds on Congignments.
Principal OBico Rooms,
1VO.-19 C1IU5JCII OTKEET,
"riLL attend to Embalming and furnishing
H t'aies. and shlnninir limliiw i,r K.Minra
ploycet, ami Ofliccrs as heretofore, and a't tho
prices rjinomiioi uv licpartment Headquarters.
Having buried all tho Soldiers, Olliccrs. and
hmploycei who havo died at thi Post, gives us
tho advantage uf the HiHnril nf Hi,r;i. .i. ...
frefcr to, and by which to furnish information to
rienui or relatives aoroail, ana to disinter bodies
uuncu ai inn point.
I am better nrensnil Ih
Funerals of citixnn
ki iuiiiisu an mo ijcsi moicrn siyies oi
CASKS, CASIin AXI CCFFIXS,
Hearses, Carriages, etc., accompanied by reliabto
assistants, of Ions cypericncc. and a thorough
knqwledeo of tho wants nnd wishes of friends on
such occasions, and a disposition to comply with
All orders will bo Jiromptly and carefully at
tended to, and at prices to correspond with tho
is no I
I tho j
A in I
Established his DISPKNSAJiY in this citj
several vears iince for tha treatmoiit of
CIIHOMC AXI PRIVATE DISEASES,
baring graduated at th Univenity of Pennsylra-'
nia.at Phila-lclphia. in MH-, and sinco that
noDins onnini:j Fittm a distawce
Wo hnre made arrnngcmcnls with rcsponsiblo
Undertakers in tho different cities tn send to us
tho remnins of imrtifw whn hiivitilinl nwni.fmm
home during tho present disturbed condition of
mo country. dccT tf.
time he has diligently applied himself to hUpro- of
feffriinn nml nrrillv n..wt; 1.1 All tl . i!t J Al
agents best calculated d nlln, into thn rli.. ....... .,r Ott
suffering humanity, and thereby merit tbo cond-f of
donco and esteem of his fellow citizens. Tho cn
viablo reputation which his
has aWars auatain-iHl. la n ft!l.nfflt!nt wrt-m-111111
mentation to thoso who hare s lone ami fjirora
blv known It. nml tn ;irh nr.fimiIniwf
with its superiority,, he can nay that pbyaicianjIYTft--
AI.I. D ESPER ATE CASES
to him for treatment.
Lose .Tack 111 A large lot of this SUPERIOR
SMOKING TOBACCO. For salo at
MATT. T. HAGEN,
WHOLESALE GROCER, COTTON FACTOR
i:.i:k.il C0.MJ11S.S10.V jieuciiant.
NO. S BROAD STREET.
BKTWKKN MARKET AXD FRONT.
Liberal Adrancrs Mad on Consignments.
A riXK lot of PURE SPICES, suited for Chris-
mas times. For salo at
DRUGS & MEDICINES.
I IN S U It A IV C E.
The World" s WashinL'ton fnecial savs the
House Committee on .Naval and I'oreirn
VlTair!, met to-dav.
lliebenato conimittec on the District of
Colurahia have jiasscd rc?olutions deelaririK
that tmiyersal euflrage shall be established
in ttic iJitirict,
fVpiilications for panlons at the rate of
lrom three to live hundred cr week, were
received at ttie Atljiitant (JencrarH Office.
Few were crantcd however.
Ihe llcraltTs Kichmoiul eorre-inondent
says electioiLs to fill vacancies of State offi
cers will rf5t take place until the 20th
The General Assccmhlvpael rewlution.-i
niMjaiinR to the x'roident and Consrre&i to
rxtonc the collection of Federal taxes of
lfeGo, and to permit the State to asiiniu the
payment of the same; and that the collec
tion of internal revenue, which accrued pre
vious to the appointment of collectors and
asevors for the State, be Indefinitely t-ost-
The Timtg asluncton special mvb a del
egation of citizens from iS'ewbern, IS'orth
Carolina, had an interview with the Presi
dent to-day, during which theyasked him to
interfere in their behalf, by annulling the
provisions of the revenue law pas.-cd by the
Constitutional Convention of tliat State hist
The law refused to extend back to 1st of
anuary in its assessment and is intomlml
to collect taxc on business .transacted previ
ous to Johnson's surrender.' The delegation
insist the Union had no iowerto make such
a lew as nil of lhr hnsinia nn (lm t&.n.t
t - ' . . ia v. . .
inside the Union lines, had been transacted
under Treasury penuits and under tho reg
ulations of the Treasury Department for
trade in, insurrectionary states. The execu
tion of the law being immediately threatened
and there being no courts in the State to
ac tin tho premises, tho pctitioncra wcro ob-
Marine and Fire
Under lbs new charter, is now open for Lntincsn
AT NO. II NORTH COLLEGE STREET.
Next door to oirncT of Union street.
LITTERER ;& CABLER,
(Susccssors to W. F. OrnT Co.)
Wliitlonnlo mid Kotnll Ilcnlera III
Drugs, Medicines, Oils,
ETC.. ETC.. ETC.,
Southwest Cor. Broad pd Market Sts.,
JOSr.I'JI T7. AI.I.IV, PrcsildonC
A. W. ntTI.EU, Secretary.
John !. Hill.
C. A. R. Thompson,
Daniel F. Carter,
Jt. 11. Ibcatnam,
Watson M. Cooke,
John 11. Johnson.
(. .M. Korr.
A. G. AAami.
Josepn W. Alien.
J. C WILUITOA tt CO.,
DRUQS, MEDICTZ ES, ETO,
NO. 33 UNION STREET,
RESPECTFULLY OALL THE ATTEN
1T tentionof tho trade to oar complete stock of
Perfumery, Fancy Articles,
ETC., ETC ETC, ETC.
DR. . A. IIARBKRT Will be found at tha
Old Stand, and readr to servo all.
. H. WIENER & CO.,
IV O. 2 PUISJjIO
HO II A II i:,
A'G E N T S
At 3riiur:ic(iircrH Prices,
1VUU Freight Added.
The belt Two and Four Homo
Lover Powers and Thrcshen:
Tho beat Ono and Two Itailiray
Powcn and Throjheri;
The bcit lleapinc and
,SATTLY OA NO PLOWS;
STRAW CUTTERS, etc.
Circular! mailed to any add re j J, or to bo had on
J. II. lVAItXKK CO..
No. 2 Public Siure, Nuhvillc. Tcnncie4.
Academy of Dancing,
CO It. CHURCH AND VI.VK NTREITTM.
AI.I. FA.SIIIO.VAItI.r. DA.NCI'.H
CL153C1 ME1T AS rOLLOT;
"T ASTER., MISSES AND LADIES CLASS,
JLX every Wednesday and Saturday afternoon.
Cents CIas. WcMlnexlav and Saturdar erenlncr
P. 8. Tli is class is exclusively for new Lczinnen
Trnxs Tin Dollars, for tho Session, in a-lrancc.
GEOKOE PRATr, Teacher,
dcci) tf POST Office Doi 2TC.
Whoever undertake. Ilia ftx,V1 P.....
should feel rostinupon him a double obligation
one, the duty he owes to tho public, to whom h
announces that he Is a qualified member of his
profession: the other, a dntrha nnin hlmi.ir ..
to make and maintain a reputation for atUin J
mcnts and skill.
There aro iom Praetitlonors, indeed there aril
many, who are Ignorant of
because ther finer It Ii nst r. ..,,.. n k... 4lrwt
them. , ,i
Ho who Bronerlr aDDrecIates his fMInw Tiainn'
sufierinrs. will not know any difference In tho .
renitctabxhtv of tli;a,ettM maladies aro alike lit ihort
uiuccis 'or nis caro ana renection.
Thero exists, without a donht. K dfnInrMd. .
reoof imoranco In rcjanl to tho nature and treat- rcfl' '
meni or tne wnole clsss or Yrntrral Ihtntiti. Our lor
hosnltals and rrarerards arf. ftttl of thn mnnn.
ments of Imornncn hi thn Afnltral PrnfMafnn an,l
it requires bold, soirntiSo Physicians to mako this .
department a Our
and giro It the rank and respectability which Its ;i
importance merits, juii
Under the hrad of "Special Di,ta,,"ZU In-itnat-eluded
all afflictions of both sexes, that do notf tha
An me treatment ot mera, LHttati, Dls '
It KJI I'D IF.S ARCMII.DAXD PIJjUIAJIT "J
as possible, and tho thno necessary to effect a oare
must ho determined by circumstances. lent a
encxl n op-
COMI'JLIMENTARY XOTICTM BY TllX. (Vjn.
CITY FKE&M. ls to
PAY UI NOTICE!
HAVE A LA ROE AMOUNT DUE ME
fur services rendered, and tnnst rftirtfniT
ak yon to PAY UP or settle in some way before
the cominc year. W. It. COllNEI.IUS.
(lecUIw 111 U 11 U TJ VI Church st.
JUTTEBElfJ A CABIXR. itcsrHkii
Li3LES II. GREENE & CO.,
(Suscessors to Smyth A Grteno,)
GENERAL COMMISSION A- FORWARDINO
AID VBOLXSALK DS1LIRJ IX
Groceries and Provisions,
LIQUORS TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
ALCO, AGISTS roe ysi Sltl o,
Rcctiaod, Bourbon, nuil Rbrtaoa
NO. 13 SOUTH MARKET STREET;'
At a nerlod 111m thn nrMUnt. when nnr Ii
filled to overflowing wltn a transient Doouladloa.
and diseases prevail to an oxtcct hitherto an- Va- -dreamt
of. it Is proper that tho mesa of euro
should be of ready access, and that thoso imme
diately interested should have Information whieh -
will lewl them lo avail tbemselvto of competent vn
medical advic. Men who hare been educated Inlrr
tlio best schools of the profeuion of medicine, and w. .
. r.. t . .e : jt , l
surely worthy of confidence ; If thsy havo tWen " '
their attention exclusively te one branch of tho tag'
-. r. . ' . i i ,i t .
I V, .. . ..411 !Y. . . . . r U 1
particularly if ther hare afforded proof or their
ability to euro. To this latter dsn belongs Dr. L. r
1 Colimax. wne. In nis speciality, bos been a hf -
henefnWnp tn the .nlietMl. .nH mit .... Km
on as a safe and sure physician. ethtilU C'nwa.
The attention of tho afHietod Is directed la the 1
twlrertisetoent ofJJr. Coliuak, in another column.
As a oraetitlone tn the noble aclenee of medicine, ttml
he stands at the head of his profession. He Is a
arsdaata of the most distinguished University in
the State of Pennsylvania. nd it may well be
Droud of him. fur if all its alumni have Kehiarrd
such success as he has, the Alma Muter may well
feel proud ef beronsprinr.A'tiAt Time:
Attention im dlreefnl (a the. ..tferllfeinent ef
Dr. Colxuam. tn hn fnnn.t in innth.r eolvmn. The
Doctor is a graduate of tbe UnlTerslty of Penn
sylronia. on old and experienced practitioner, and
tin. Keen .nrmAMMfnl Kn(h here &ml li..lir.
in hU treatment of tho various diseases to which 1
h. Il,,il..ntwl hi,.(lM(iMfn. M.nYT.m .
Thote requlrlnc his services will find that ho is '
not onlr a skillftil nhvslclan. but Is a nirh-toned. .
eiever jentlemun. io
OSSeo Iloitra from S Ih Um Homing to
9 at nickt.
AH letters most bo addressed
IIt. X. T,. COI.E2IAX.
Bex 503, P.
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