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wj wapanant news, MHcncd froH! &H7 eaarter.
Jfowi letter fatm ibe varfoa eoanttoiof the
State MixtfMlr dared, j ,j
''A wuiMaMmiuitg 4wWbe ademd 6th o
Mttoft Of fee UKtOX JIXD Axmicjls."
F. SETMOUIt, 3f. D.,
(Llo Sricae Sartcon, U. 8. A.)
.ociitisT xm aukist,
CHEco Tor treatment oQ alt l)icaecs of ibe Kye
HiStr, opMTitiofu furSquiiittBsr, Cataract, ect,
W T6S, I. G. ' !l
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
milE firm liwctofore exii!nr unIer the name
J. firm and tyle 6f W. MATT BROW' & Co
. .thh dar dkvelrM by mutual. conet. , Mr.
Brown relircifrpm tiwhaixattf. Mr. CalleBtter,
in enntieHion witli 1'bineti Uarrcu, win p
tinue tie Ileal Ertaie bu-'ineM at the om tuna
W. Matt. Urown & Co, rryreet.
CALLENDER & GARRETT,
(SaccoMoii to W. Matt. Bboktt k Co ,)
lie nl Ewtftto Agrciits,
41 Cherry Htreet,
WrT.T. Uuir nmutt Mtfttt!mi to the xettisr
im rMM ererjr tieaenfH-Km oi t
"dec lw. T " . '
STOItE.nOUSE JP OR SALE
,X THURSDAY. JANUARY 18th," 1SC3. WE
J offer fur tale, on the premUet, JU. 11 o'clock
.. io the .hif bc biiiiier lor cam.
Home tn Front ttrcet, war Broad. 40 feet front.
ruBBtet back half way to Market ttrceL
AYo ae oSwinc the following property at prt-
A vr' detirable two-ltory BrlekDwcllinx.witk
Xot 10 feet front by 150 deep. I'ncc, only $500.
Sixty feet (rroutid on Broad ttrcet. upon which
there U it Mere liousc. a sbop, ana a taloon.
A ' very detirable Brick Dwclline, on Cherry
street. South Nnahrille. which wc will tell at
LOAV DOWN fieuret.
A mall Frame lloute, on Maple ttrcet," near J
Jita. I'aurt. with two roomt anu aporrn. iot1
well thaded. and IM fect front, nnd r-l deep.
Price, only $1,709.
Avery detirable residence on JlCnowlct ttrcet.
vct Kathville. fricc,
A majnificent lot, on thecorncr of Church and
A vacant lot, in free territory, on Cedar ttrcet.
wcttot the Capitol.
The Railroad Saloon Ruihllnir, on College ttrcet, ,
near tho L. x N. 11. lUlciot.
lWfeetof irround, on Market ttrcet, jutt north
f 1 1. T I X t 1 T -I
A Rrilk 'Dwelline, on tbo wcttjtide .of. South
FrentlMrcetf Jree toil, with tixlrooms.. betides1
kkdienBjid other outhoutct. ,
A vacant lot. on South College ttrcet, oppotito I
Thrco maU tenrnicntj. on IIUU' flrPcOcar
Hilton' ..Spriwr thrco or lour room cnclj.
Sat). ' T'j
a r vpirr finnnvn 'nw ciTMliEHLAND
utreet, between Summer and HiKh, near the
For iiarticular an to any oitho above-montlon-ed
property, n.-.-ly .o flARKBXT.
JanllllW 41 Cherry KtrccU
J. t. & 11. t BROWN,
.v. in- '
(ovint yoiik's book htohe,)
XA Nil villi:,
OFFER FOR SATiK THE FOLLOWINO
Int. The 11UTLKDQK 1'llOPKRTY, on Collew
Hiil. A few of thoe beautiful lots are offered,
frontlne on tho Lebanon Pike, Market ctrect and
Hutlede itrett, uear Cattleman street. The de
Ir. U in ..II tn Tiarlief who will nrect pond im
tirorementa. and thereby enhance the Taluo of the
"artSff w'aud 19 In HOUSTON ADDITION'
to Kdrefiold.carhtt) foet on Woodland Mrejt. onlr
a few hundred yard from the SUKl-ti.NMU.-V
3d. BRYAN'S ACDITIOS to.KAwfield. ilr ,
A few detirable loU for tale In till- beautiful
addition, on Fortcr ttreot aud Trentlln Avenue,
J. L. & H. W. BROWN. Ac'!,
janl2-lw 33J4 Union xtroct.
ALBKKT U. DILMX.
W. BSTCC TBOVrSOX
DiLLIH & THOMPSON,
REAL BSTATE AXIV
PROMISING FAITHFUL AND PROMPT
attention tn all buiincM entrusted to our care,
we retpaetfully tender onrterviccj to the Public,
at U en oral AcenU, for the Purehate andSaleol
Real Kttate; Rentinc and LeaInc or City or
Country Property: Collection of Nte; AceojinU
and Youchort) InTetUration of Titlct, etcetc.
DILLIN Jk THOMPSON.
Ofliee, orer Sceond National Bank, Collcee ttrcet
SALE OF CITY PROPERTY
(EXEMPT FROM TAXATION,)
M IFESMY. IBE IU HAY JAMURY, UC6.
T AY ILL PELL. AT AUCTION. THAT YAL
I uable PrpPT'y (formerly, occupied by the
Nathvllle Manufactunne Co.) yltuated on the
eait tide or Front t treet, aerentytwo feet toiith of
Broad. Said property .fronU oe huBdrtd and
fifty-one feet tlx inchct on ront atrect. and ruivj
back hundred and fortvme feet to the wharf.
Tlie wharf-the entire width or tho property, aud
belonrint- to it-ruMU low-water mark.
ThU property U admirably locate.1 for jnanufac-
tnrinr. and i t lho elte ,u ,ht city for
COAXt OITt REFINERY.
It haa lien dirlded Into tlx lot five of them
twenty-fii fcot, and otw twcnty-tli fcetU in-
ChTKRM&--Ont-fourtli eatlis Wlanee In tlx.
twelve and eighteen month, without intercyt.
Partlet wihine any further Informatton in re
card to raid property, will pirate call upon the
underttmed. . .
. KxrKKKxrK ix TTt.K-l.M.FOaO,Ei-.At-torney-at-Iw.
Paw. Rlddlebunrer will dltpente the creature
R. a McNAIRA.
At Commrrrlal InturaneeORtee.Bank ofUnion.
TOM CRUNK.-AucUoneer. Jani:-td
VALUABLE PARK FOR SALE.
Will? BEAUTIFVL FATtM LYINO ON THE
I Gallatin Pike. 3M mijea from the city, eon
talnlnr 05 acrea of tupnor Uni, decaBt and
romraodtoM dwalline. with all necextary out
luikliMa. haattltfld awl kitohes fcrnitare, atock
plaaUfaa wttaa. 4o.Va acyr-fciWnt rlnr.
fine tenn- heme. and orchard iifearefaHy mclcd
JOHNSON i SMITH.
TREANOB & CO.,
. M( NAMTTLLE, TINN.
, . fr , iAOJivijyri, kujAi, JANUARY 19, 186gJ . - .. j . , - . J SgSS1
J. U. CT1X6,
EWIfVG & CO.,
Corner Buildirar Market and Cbureli rtrjeU.-foi-
A RE RECEIA'INQ and have in tore tbe fol
100 barrcla Brown Susar.
HI do A L'oaeo euitar,
II do do
C do da "
Stnart't Crutbed Sug-ar.ftanJarti.
do A ilo ,10
CO barrelt No 1 nad ' Mackerel,
0 far do do do
COqrdo do. do
vl tit. An Va
2T. hneU F. Nr. Ca'iJWWAr.
100 boxcsWcc-J. ;' I
IU tlOZCBATOUBU. fc.
SO 1kxcs ramnt, its .' ..'0
U boxes ataortoiltoap; i 't .f
40 kegs eiB3r, H.HJf '
30 doien buckets,
ft) tack Rio coffee,-
108 boxes candy, "
SO baskets charapaKtie,
30 eases tardinct, tf.f jn'ij.j a.k .
ft) do nicklet.
2) do Madder,
75 barrelt apple, ,
ftrlinVii. MAsoHed: wine, v'n
1009 barrelt Flour, all Kradet,
2ft) do l'otatoct.
100 boxes Firo Crackers,
100 cases awortcd Liquort, .
In addition to the above.wohavo a general M-
sortmeiitofcrocenet, all. iT which were bougnt
durintf the pretcnt prctturo in the hastcrn mar-
Uel. expect, to ten gwm i" (
and would be pleated to have our old friend call
onuf, x. a- u . w.
i n T',:. .r iiin r.mir firm of Ewlnir. Mc-
.will li. fnunil wU'h the above iirn for
h arxe'of icttliue un thek business:? dccZl
Cj POWELL, GREEK & CO.
9 -p tit
C0LtiBt'8 PowKt-t, formerly C. J'oweii j: w.,
i.' . . .
I. F. Q REEN formerly Hichol. Green i Uo. Xvasn-
till a Turin
Chas. M. Mciir.S,livinir atKnoxvllle, Tenn.
1)Y the hbove card it will be teen wc have cs-
JD tnUtshed ourselves In flew lor lorme pur-
losa of doiwr a leciimate ommiioii uutiuoa;
and beinc a Tennesteo bouse, we rcipectiuny so
licit tho natronatto oi our cuuiuuni inuui su
ii.. Vn am fimtilr nrniiared to mako cath au
vancci on consitmnicnU j to loan currency on cold
without chanre of interest: to pnrcha.o and sell
mtion. tuhacao. flour and norlc : aisoeoia nocxs.
bonds, and fovcrnmcnt securities on a margin ex-
clusivviv on commission.
C POW REEX A CO
J. H. WARKER&C0.,
iVO. 2 PTJiBIilO SQUARE,
At MHimracturcrs Prices,
lVllh FreiBlt Atltletl.
Tho liest Two and
ver Fowcrs and Threthcrs :
The best One and Two horse Railway
Powers and ThreKhert;
The bet t Rcapinx ami
' 1 f viMowine Machines; t
STRAAY CUTTERS, ale.
Circulars mailed to any address, or to be bad on
JT. II. WAKXER Jc CO
No. 2 Public Squre, Nuhvilie, Tennessee.
TIIEKECOXD NATIONAL 1IAXK,
College Street, near VhIoh,
Desbruatiid DeKltaryand Financial Arcnt of th
Is reparJ to transact a rcrular BanVins: busi
ness, and furnlkh Exchauce on
Government Securities, Qold and Silver, bought
anu torn ou ruuiiuunon.
Jb'tx Ixxsdex. President.
, , , AV. J.TuoMA8,Caih'r. t
THIED NATIONAL :B AM',
AV. y BSBBT. M. Bl'IXH,
Joiw KutUAX, Joa. A".iAu.xx. t
D. AVkavxb, EwubJonks. ' 4
lUx't. F. Cabtkb. A. J. Dcxcax.
ALCXIKPEB fiU, tHAg. E.lllt.LVAS.
This BmV occupies the buildic formerly eocit-
pled by Hie rtatra' Bank, corner of Union Imi
CoHe street. ad h prepared to bur ud "tl
godt, 0Hm4 AW, Dnft,t Q,mut rir.. kt aM
rniiHtiiMSHi, , j
Me M. m 19 TMWHSJWt a)
wari b hd.' ad ttr tal. flnM v..Mr . tTi
eArM. SMAR JONES, Catfctw..
W. W. BgRRY. Pr!t. '
GROCERIES, IIQUORS,, &c
t. H. KAILEY.
C It. OaDflMT.
3. M. CAK3AY.
BiitET, mm CD.,
M E R C .H- A-N.T S,
Xmv the Jtlver,)
XAKIIVILLE, t :
t TEXXESSEE. ;l
ESPECTFULLY'BEO TO ANNOUNCE TO'
i the Trado that tbey are now reectvtBC ana
will have in store oaeof tholargen ana most com-
plete lotsofilrocerias offered in this market for
come years past, zinc uoous wcro doueui dt oqo
of on r firm in ucrson Id Baltimore aad New lork.
I -nnd were selected seeeially fer.tbis marset. ino
followine comprise a partut lue siock:
30O'"sctfl Baltimorollio Coffee;
JU, JiagslicaiH jirown,bugar;
CO.barrek. C-Cofte' Sugar;
50 barrels Crushed buear:
.1ST . GO UarrPowdcrea Sugar;
ou uranuiaieu augur;
500 barrels Flour, of all grades; , , A J
1UUU kicks iran;
20 barrels Molasses;
, 10 barrels Vinegar;
25 barrel: 'Bobertson County Whisky;
23 ibarrels Bourbon AYIiuky;
5 barrels Ilollana Uin;
4 casks of Brandy;-'' 5
100"barrefe and half barrels Mackerel;
100 kite Mackerel; i
,- 100 boxes Cheese;, .
50 boxes,' J .aud J.boxcs Rabins;
15 barrels Alrhondi; "
15 barrels Filberts;
50 owes assorted Pickles, quart and pint;
100 cases Oysters;
25 cases Sardines;
200 boxes, 1 and J . boxes Candles;
100 bx8variousbrand3Soap,plain and fancy;
50 boxes assorted Canutes; fJ ,
10 boxes Brandy Cherries;
200 kegs Nails, assorted;
50 dozen Painted Buckets;
20 dozen Tubs in Nests;
15 casks Soda;
100 boxes Chewing Tobacco, all grades;
20 cases bmoktng lobacco;
50 dozen lirooms;
25 dozen Washboards; , .
500,000 Gil): Caps;
100 bags Shot; . ? i
SU ktigs rowuer;
25 bags Pepper;
25 bags bpiccjj .
75 boxes' Indigo;
. , 11 casks Madder;
100 boxes Mustard, '
2o boxes btarch;
IIAGGIXG, KOl'E AXI TWIXF-g
This stock is offered to tho Trade only, at small
profits. AVo arc determined to sell as cheap as mo
same articles can be had for in Louisville or Cin
Having ample storage room, we invito consign
ment of Cotton and all kinds or Produce. AVe
will take in exchanze
DltlEI) Al'l'LES AXD X'EACHES,
GIXNEXU AXD WOOX.
And will allow the highest market prices.
docSO 3m ,
SAM. YANLEER, & CO.,
NO. 41 COLLEGE STREET.
SIQS' 0F TnE BIQ PADLOCK
HAVE ON HAND AND ARE RECEIVING
a large and complete stock of Euglith, Ger-
i. ana American iiauaih aiie..
Which we are selling at reasonable prices. The
stock consists in part of
FINE IXL POCKET CUTLERY,
200 GROSS TABLE CUTLERY.
200 DOZ. KNOB LOCKS, assorted.
50 do HAND ASD RIPPING BAAVS,
S00d ASSORTED AUGERS.
25 do FOOT ADZE. "
2000 lbs. HOOKS AND HINGES, assorted, 12 to
1000 lbs. J DOIL CHAIN,
1000 " BLACKSMITH'S HAMMERS, all kinds;
25 AVRraiirs anvils.
100 CROSS-CUT" SAAVS, ii to 7'feot.
60 MILL SAAVS. 6i to 8 feotr?
CANDLESTICKS of all kinds
SHEARS. - .
TIN CUPS'and PLATES.
TEA and -TABLE SPOONS,
COFFEE MILLS. -1
A very largo stock of PLANES ef every variety
PREMIUM STEEL l'LOWS.
Those wishing to purchase 1c our line will do
well to give us a call before buying.
NAM. YAXXEER, CO.
G. W. FALL & CO.,
ATHOLKSALB AND RETAIL DEALERS
HARDWARE AXD CUTLERY
NO. 34 PUBLIC SQUARE.
(Kirkman k Ellis' old stand.)
We would respectfully invite the attention ef
SPORTSMEN to our stock of
Gr TJ 3NT 8 ,
AVhich cannot bo eualhsl here. It eomprises all
grades,. from tie
PI.AIX DOURI.E RARREIs
also a rcw-
Brcaek XadiRf.er CartrltlKC
. (e4lw -
DRUGS & MEDICINES.
C.MiWI'S t S.
TtTt. TOM WEliLS,
33 .Market sU, opposito Union.
m HSPECTFULLY INFORSf THEOT.n PAT.
I v IT. rli. ... v r i ... : . . . ..
tfcat Maneeosaora wiHdoaM t HwirvoiTsr. by
ja.v run ui u..nr.uiosiuiao ouoiie eeneraiir.
uuiigmi mewMB to ousmess,' to Bert: a continu
ance oi me uoctom lorraor large and extensive
They will keep cow tantly on hand
PURE DRUGS, AXD CHEMICALS
' . 1 ' .,!
Ppwcrsand'Weightman' Celebrated Chomicals,
IHuaJtlLM- gnlnhztH Oiilnln.' Snlnlla Vnrnk;.
Iodine, Iodide Potash. Chloride of Gold, Ether!
Our PharmnioniAl nronoMlInn. ... .nTi n.
Tinctures; Extracts, Syrups, Cerates. Ointments,
Plasters, etc are made in strict actordacco with
Ptts. Ointment, Diarrhoea Cordials,
nS, Alteratives, Invigorating Cordials,
tougn Medicines, and inTactall the
Of tho day. Finest articles of Perfumery, Fancy
mm iuuci anicies oi every aescrittionr tancy
perfumed Soaps. Hair Oils, Hair Restoratives,
luuiu ii aeucs, iwm Airusnes, ana an articles in
ims nnc ponoimngto the Toilet.
Botanic A Eclectic Medicines,
SiikIi Vriuih Ttnnf. n.l nr .11 1
Tildcn's aud B. Keith'a'Alkaloid andltesnoid, and
Trusses! Trusses!! Trusses!!!
For ihrnUllioB, of every sito and varictj.
Dchtni SiirKial Instrnments,
PRESCRIPTIONS " '
Accurately filled, at all hours of the day and night.
,Splces, Dye Stnfls, Paints,
Allspice. Pepper, Cinnamon, Cloves, Nutmegs,
juacc, .iusiaru, .Aromatic sjeca. iuaaaer, iymn- I
ish. Indigo. Logwood. Copperas. Blue StoncTilu-.l
i'.,,ii ... .. . .i i u, i
to 40x60 superior quality. Ayhito Lcsal, Mixed
UUUULUI , m.. II luuuw UIJUS. 9X1U
raiuts, ready for use; Linseed Oil, Turpentine,
Coal Oil ; Lamps of every variety, and large sup
ply, at low rates.
Landreth's Garden Seed,
Just rocoived, a very largo supply.
lot of Grass Seed.
Also, a largo
RORERT P. JEXKIXS. Preicriotionist and
and Pharmecist, at the Old Stand of If. 3. Thatch
er, now or the firm ot U. 1. J. X Co., would in
form theFhysicians of Nashville, and surround
ing country, that it is our aim to supply every
wsnt of the Practitioner, in tho line of his pro
fession, and will spare no pains to accomplish that
end satisfactorily. He will bo much pleased tosee
any of the Faculty who will honor our establish
ment with a visit.
He hopes by constant attention to business to
merit a sharo of patronage, assuring them that
their favors will be prepared with fidelity, of tho
purest materials, and by himself personally, or an
Our Stock embraces the greatest variety, and
everything coming within tho Drug Business.
Give us a call and we will guarantco satisfac
tion. All orders entrusted to our caro filled with
promptness and accuracy.
R. P. JENKEVS, & CO.,
33 Market st, oppotite Union,
KIUX OF THE MAX AXD MORTAR.
MUSIC, PIANOS &c.
33 UNION STREET.
rillllS OLl ESTABI.TKHMKNT DEATJ? IN
X. Pianos of Stcinway and Sons, J. B. Dunham, I
llobt: Kunn t, A. 11
II. uale X Uo- and other iirst
Carhairt,' xieedham x Co t un-
CHURCH AND PARLOR ORGANS.
AUo. SHEET MUSIC, and.
MUSICAL5 MERCHANDISE, GENERALLY.
Give it a call before you purchase.
P. S. Havo just added to the above list of
CALLEXBERG fc VAUPEC
Call and examine. dec2)-lm
PIANOS ! PIANOS!
MASON & HAMLIN'S
YOU WILL FIND THE BEST ASSORT
meat In the city At Lutk's New Music Store
Opposite SL CI ouil Hotel. Abo Sheet Music, nd
Musical Instrument of alt kinds. Ba sure to call
before purchasing elsewhere.
Piano tuned by Mr. Jaekaen.
Luck's Building, Church Street.
Ooud Hotel, aad 44 Union. Street.
THE OFFICE OF THE EKWANJfS COAL
Agesy U now resMved to K. W Church
street, a fcw door below the Past OCce. -
Order for Coal will be fMNWUfrtlr ,m& at
cent per bufcei. L. SWNm Agwt 5
J3 forF. Howard k Co.
NOW 1$ THE TIME
-1 0 '
OUll SEVERAL EDITIONS.
VIU MEET THE WASTS OF ATi
' OttiSSES OF' KEABER.S.
The BAILY will contain the
BY MAIL AND TELEGRAPH.
Fit tn all parts of the country., cmbracinz
Of information, relating to the Relieious, Dome
tic and bocial condition of tho people.-
NORTH AND SGUTEC.
The Tri-AVceiti.v. which will be recmlarl v issuisl
so soon as th necessary arrangement can be per
fected, will contain all the most important mailers
treated in the Daily, and a I arte advertising list
showing the general business of this and other
The Y EXCLT. whteh will bo enlarged as circum
stances ehaH reauiro. will contain seleetioBS'from
the other edities. of matter, that will serve to ia-
, tweet and Irnnsnrn mn iM and thtjoaas1 It wvll
cantata; in aiBTrtWft re m iewetal reatlme'.embTa-
eins all subject of earreot tlioaitbt and interest.
a weekly lieviewoitnemarEeu ot ibis ana other
:itios. with wbiefi our .people do trasine;. and a
carefully prepared price-Current of the .Nashville
markets, ineinuiBg aai articles b)iifrtit aa ma in
the city, whether or doBertlc.prodneto r.e Im
ported from abroad." We also intend to make tho
Weekly uxios andakxbicav InsJlieepects, a
with solid and instructive" matter for Hie advan
tage of the nsinc feneration, ana lor the enter
tainment and comfort of those moro advanced in
life. Tho proprietors of the " Uxios axo Ameri
can" havo lived and been engaxed in the
newspaper business long enough to obtain a knowl-
eage oi tne true wants oi a great, nonesi ana vir
tuous pcople.wbo. though unfortunate, are striving
to transmit to their descendants, in culture and
nurture, the' hlgh'jst and most noble qualities,
industrv. self-reliance, and dicnitr of character.
Falr annreciatinr the cower and beneficence oi
I woman, they .will endeavor a make this paper an
acceptable companion to the mothers and daugh
ters of the country, "herefrom they may derive
both profit ahd pleasure. ,
To nersons desirous' of making known to the
public their business, we may say that our circula
tion by .mail, reaching every Post Office, which has
been re-onened in the State, besides an extensive
circulation in adjoining States, gives our advertis
ing columns superior au vantages.
Tho advance in the priccsai every article which
enters into the production of newspapers is sueh
that the terms upon which they are furnished
must necessarily correspond. In common with
our city contemporaries, wo havo adopted the
followinc.a the ' '
Union and American,
(Strictly in Advance. )
Dally ,'per annum ..
lor six months...... ...........
for three months...' ........... ...
for one month...
Weekly, per annum.
lor tix months
" for three months.........-
Due announcement will be made of the time
when the Tri-AVcokly will bo issued, and of the
ftiicccMtoi-tt to Paul F. Tavol.
Blank Book M nufacturcrs,
WOULD respectfully anno inco to tho public,
andesnociallv to the otneers if Counties.
Courts, Railroads, Banks, Insurance Companies,
Ac, that they arc prepared to make, on short no
tice, ana ot the best materials, au kinds oi
Of any sire or shape. Ruled to any pattern desired.
We keep constantly on nana a large assortment oi
BLANK PAPER, of the best mako, and arc daily
increasing our facilities lor doing work.
1st Lairve or Small QuniitltloR.
Havinr a lonr ciDerionee in makine Sooks for
different Courts in tho Slate, we have patterns for
many of the Dockets and other Books generally
Wo are also prepared lo Bind all kinds of
BOOKS, MAGAZINES, MUSIC, le.,
In tho best styles, and on short notice.
(Union & American Block,) .
Ckerry Street, Up Stairs,
D eel 3m
LIME! XJME ! !
PERSONS wishing Building Lime can havo
their orders filled by leaving them with lac
B. S. HAMILTON,
No. 23 Church street.
docJO lm.- t . ,
A. A. SPKXOKK.
1. 1. SPEHCER I CO.,
CORXER OF CHURCH AXD COLLEGE
NasliilleA if Tennessee;
COTTOX, HAY AND GKALT,
SEEDS. FLOUR. AVHISKY.
Produce and Provisions.
. Prompt attention given to Receiving, Forward
ing Storing and
SELLING GOODS ON COMMISSION.
Cchtignmesti and orders solicited. ,
AY pay . ; ' J ; ; t fm
THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE
for Cotton, Bacon, and Country Produce.
A. A. SPENCER k Co
v.uUH. TA nn.i rAmti.iaii V tr
nnviiiiii, iUinBiaius mum
ehants. No. g. Church Street, between Market;
W. C. COLLIER,
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FRIDAY. JTAXTJARY 19; I8&6.
WORDS FITLY SPOKEX.
Ve licartiiy adopt as our own Uie sug
gestiona of that manly and truely conserva
tive paper, the Boston Past, that, "urjn
inepresa oi DotntueKortnem and ijotitiierH
sections of the Union is laid a solemn dnty,
at I his particular juncture; ForLeaninee
now becomes one of the leading virtues. If
the journals of each section, inspired vrith a
genuine (foure of Union, were to make a
rule; and religiously observe it, io. refuse the
republication of whatever lay open to the
imputation ofpassiotf, partizanship, preju
dice, and general ill-feeling toward ech.
other, the new rule would so soon and' so
abundantly vindicate itself by it desirable
results as to excite surprise that it was not
adopted before. It is almost Pesy-te heal
the old. wounds of friendship as to, stir up
Ftn'fo and contention. We have boccrab
fully satisfied of the iower of vituperation
and calumny, Itnowiug that, if long persisted
in, it is able to convnlse a nation of men
styling themselves brethren". The opposite,
experiment would now. be a grateful one to I
an rational ptonsp, to. which satisfiedenor,
"Even if the Congressional ravinsls are kept
up, it is in the power of an enlightened press
to n'S'itljrtVrefiect ontjKsidehere.
must be a manifestation of real kindness at
sometime, if the Union is to be practically
renewed1;" a'nd'iVwiii bo necfcssary'for it to
begin in influential quarters. The press has
a providential opportunity' now to show its
real power. As it, will hardly deny that by
tsagencya largeshafeof the country's trou
bles was precipitated "iipon Us, so it baght to
stand ready, with the first break of the heavy
cloudy to employ its full power for the' re
establishment of those relations which have
raftered from a' temporary disruption. Li
his instance, the press is permitted to show
its. great influence. even negatively: its posi
tive power upon the nation is a large part of
each day's history."
A CODE FOR FREEDMEX.
The recent Georgia re-organizing Conven
tion appointed a commission to prepare and
report tq the. General Assembly a svstcm of
laws to meet the legal exigencies. resultant
from, emancipation. This commission con
cluded their labors on the 19th of last month,'
and the report which embodies the conclu
sions arrived at is now in print. As it: is
highly probable the Legislature, at its ap
proaching session, will, with perhaps some
few emendations, adopt this report, a synop
sis thereof willpe essayed. The report, then,
consists of fourteen articles, made up of one
hundred andfifty-fourscctions. Article first
repeals the slave and free negro codes, defines
frctpfrsons of color, and declares "such per
sons shall have the right to acquire, own,
and dispose of property, to enjoy the fruits
of their labor, to make contracts, to sue and'
be sued, to receive and transmit property by '
inheritance" and "to receive protection inlheir
persons and property." There being already
a law as' to -tile testimony of such persons,
the provisions of the report thereon are, as
supererogatory, not given. Article second
provides for the organization, procedure, etc,
of a county court in each county, to hold
daily sessions jurisdiction, $100 , Article
third, fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh regu
late respectively the domestic relations, hus
band and wife, parent and child, guardian
and ward, master and servant, and master
and apprentice. Those now living as man
and wife arc declared to be really such,
choice to be made in case thcro are ' more
than one gitast husband or wife. Parents
are required to support children, legitimate
and bastard alike, and all now born are
legitimated. Relation of guardian and ward
same as among white persons, subject to the
jurisdiction of ordinary. The articles regu
lating the jurisdiction of master and servant,
and master aud apprentice, are quite lengthy,
but in eflect almost exact transcripts of tho
old common law in those regards, mutiUis
mutandis to fit local exigencies. Article
eight extends the law of contracts, as of
force among whites, to the blacks,
illiterate persons being especially, and.
strongly protected. Article ninth extends
the law of wills, administration, distribu
tion of estates and the like to the blacks,
with some amendments to lessen expenso to
them of the usual procedure. Article tenth
punishes certain' crimes larceny, grand and
petit, vagrancy, receiving stolen goods, and
attempts at larceny, burglary, arson, and
robbery by penal labor on public works.
Provides for superintendent of Buch labor,
and gives right to him to farm out convict
labor,takIngbond for humane treatment, tfce.;
recusance of convict to be punishablo by
same chastisement now", by law, permitted in
tho penitentiary in the case of white convicts
recusant. Article eleven sets forth crimes
and their punishment. -Rape, poisoning, ar
son, and attempts thereat, punishable with
from death to lightiaiprisonment. Slakes
it also crime to conjoin c to injure ne
groes in theirpersons or property. Article
twelve further defines crimes. Article thir
teen regulates practice in criminal cases, and
article fourteen regards licenses in business,
requiring them in special cases, irrcspec
Uve of color.
In one word, this proposed code is simply
an extension to the negroes of the old com
mon law as to person and property. Could
these principles, modified to some extent by
the provisions of the chapters de MertinU, to
be found in the civil law, be digested into a
code applicable alike to each of the laW.
slave States, the negro question would iSPei
ceive a quietus that woum let uie wnoie
land be at ease on thatpoiat once more.
The Fibst Of IN Cosobbb. The
following is the fHPpaycr made in. the old
Continental Congress, in 1777, by the Rev.
Jacob Duchet, then rector of Christ Church,
Philadelphia. It difiers somewhat from the
prayers made there in more modern days :
Be-thou present, O God of wisdom, and
direct tlie counsels of this liot'.ona. .uum.
bly ; enable them to settle all things on the
bext and sarest' foundations ; that the scene
of iBnil way be speedily alosed;t that order,
isatilonyy ami 'peace may be ,eetnally- re
stored, and truth and justice, religion and
pietyprevail anl fkxmsk amowr the iicople.
Preserve the health of their bodies and the
rigor oftheir mimis; hower,dow on them,
and the millions tkey here represent, such
temporal blessings as thou see$t expedient
for them mi tirk world, and ctswh them with
everlasting glory in the world to come, au
this we ask the Bame.ami ttoengh the
merits pies9 Christ, Thy Son and Saviour.
The BbwjTe Coblb Do. An army
chaplain relates the following funny story :
Seeing ji dirty-feced butternut urchin at
the feaee iri front of a hosse, the preacher
stopped ami said :
" Is year father at home?"
"JTo"; he's gone, te ch tisek."
"Is your mother in?" (
11 Xo; 'si's gaie Uks."1' - ' '
Then yea are aH by you rsel f ?"
2fo; Sam's ia'thar haggin' the nigger
JJi It i im :
"That's bad 1" - -
" Yeas it's bail, bt if tte beM ht can do."
The PresMesttlnl Statement oCaar I'el-
ley we will net SHrrcHdei- the 3Ch
re etrlne Threatening; Letters
from Jtr. Memtnt. v.
Severnl days ago 'a brief aotice tele
graphed from Washington of ike corraefes
'deiuM. transmitted to the ITohb of iepre-
Wrtitivea, in reply to a resoltttioR reotteat-
g'infofHftion i regard to rtefH. taken; by
the so-called Emperor of Mexico, or by any
European Power, to obtain from tho United
Slates a recognitiea of the so-called empire
oOIexico, and. what action had been taken
,in the premL3 by the Government of the
United States. The salient points of this
highly import-Hit correspondence we, give
MR.SEAVARD TO MR. BIGELOAY.
Uder date of November Cth, I860, Sccre-;
tary Seward writes to our Minister at,, the
Court of St. Cloud:
Tho presence and operations of a French)
army in Mexico, and its 'maintenance of am
authority there resting Hjibn force and lidtj
tho free will of the people of Mexico, is a)
cause of serious, concern to tlie peonhrof the;
of the United .Stated is still broader, and in-i
..1..,1.. Il. t-l. IT i Tl . I I
Uniieil MatPS. JOVPrtllPll- llio nhWiinm
unuci mi aiiiuumv luseit wnrcii ine r renal!
Army :iaihim maintaining. ThskaailiorUyi
is in diwet astaaoaiawjo tjiepajisg f. this1
it ta founded. ' Evftrrdav's' exUmleisce' oflf tut
operations only aikls !omenewTMIkMfij
ot tne justice 01 tho views whiea thwuovm-
meat expressed at the-time the attesintto
r iri.... i. i .1 - i " . . '1
iiisiiiuie iu:u auiiionir uri uecanie khowb
Hie United States have hitherto' pracucsu.
the 'Utmost frankness spot that' 'subject
Tlicy still.rejjHnl the effort to estiblisk per-:
mancutiy a loreiguaml imperial jgovernmeuc
in Mexico as disallowablcanimpraeticablej
for these reasons: Thev could not noWaereei
to compromise lhe-potion they Imveiere-
toforo, assumed They.nrejiei, preparedirt
recocmize. or lo rjicoce memselvag lieraaltec
to xefepgnize, any political institutions "in
Mexico which are in oiitiosition to the re4
publican government with which we have,
so long and so constantly maintained, rela-j
Hons of amity ana; friendship. .
On the lGth of December, the Secretary!
of Stitc again writes 'to Minister Uigelow a
it lias been the President s purjwse tla
France should be respectfully informed bihiiv
two points, namely :
First That the United Stales earnestly
uesirc to continue and cultivate sincere
friendship with France.
Second That this policy would bebrough
into imminent jtopanlu unless France cotdi
deem it consistent with her interests and honoi
u iu.1 10 . jt u " . UK j't iwciHIuff Vf IU '"Vt. intu
Hon in Mexico to overthrow Ike "ihmcatic rraui-j
liean government-existing there, and, to eta&lisM
upon its ruins me. jorcign monartng iraici nas
been attempted In be inaugurated in the eapuali
of that country.
in answer to an exposition ot our views;
which was thus made, the suaeestion Was
offered to you by M. Dniyn de JLhuys that
the Government of the United States might;
favor the express desire or the lMfiperor to
withdraw irom Mexico, by givinelum some
formal assurance, that in the event of his,
withdrawal, this Government would recog-
nize the institution of Maximilian in Mex-3
ieo as de facto a political power. It was my
ilicTfk in fMtYitnci, ill's ilfcrta! il Ti . flOA irV
n.. : ui..irri.i. iLti.i Si.ido ,1oJ
UIllUX1 All UI.ll.liL VI .UU ,U11111V. UMICI 1A 1.1. .
cision that the recognition uiliich tKe Empcron
hod thus suggested, can7u1tbcvw.de.
THE PROPOSITION OF FRANCE TO' THE
AV'ASIIINOTON' CABINET, ; f
DrujTi de Lhcys, tho French Minister of
Foreign Aflairs, on thelOthof October nwda
the following proposition to the Government!
at Washington. They are contained in a;
letter to the Marquis de Monthalon, French"
Ambassador to the United. States:
"I have taken several occasiohs in tiia
past two months to advise you of tlie tlis-l
positions of tha -Imperial Government con4
cerniug tuc duration ui ine ucuupuiiou 01
Mexico by the French troops. I told youi
in my dispatch of August 17th, that wc;
callcu with, our most sincere wishes for the,
day when the last French soldier should;
leave the country, and that the Cabinet of
Washington- could contribute to hasten that
moment. On the 2d of September I re-i
newed to you the assurance of our strong-
desire to withdraw our auxiliary corps so
toon as circumstances should allow it. At,
last, following the same ideas more fully, in.
a private letter ot the lutn 01 tne same;
month. I added that it greatly dctiended.
upon the United States to facilitate the dc-i
parture or our troops, it they wouiu adopt
toward the Mexican Government an amica
ble attitude 'which would aid to the consoli
dation of order,, and in which wc could find
inotives.of security for the interest whiclt
obliged us. to " carry arms beyond the
Atlantic, wc could be ready to adopt with
out delay the bases of an undcrstendinfr on
the- subject with the Cabinet of Washing
ton; and I wish to make fully known to
you now the views of the Government of
"What we ask of the United States is to bet
assured that their intention is not to impede;
the consolidation of tho new order of things
founded in Mexico; and the best guarantee;
that wc could recede of their intention
would bo the rccegmtion of the Emperor;
Maximilian by the Federal Government.
Mexico, it is. true, is still occupied at this
moment by the French army, and we can
readily-sec tha& ibis objection will arise. 1
But the acknowledgment of the Emperor;
Maximilian, by the United States would, in
oar opinion, havo .sufficient influence upon
the state of the country to. allow im to take in
consideration their susceptibilities on this
subject; and should the Cabinet at Washing
ton decide to open diplomatic relations with
the Court of Mexico, wo would see no diffi
culty in entering into an arrangement for"
the recall of our troops within a reasonable,
period, of which we would, (might) consent
to fix the tenninatkwi."
SECRETARY SEWARD'S REPiY
The effect of the JJtnporor'a saggentiofw,
when they are reduced, to a practical shape.
seems to be this: that France is willing to
retire from Mexico as soon as she Jay, Imt
that it would be inconvenient for her without
first receiving from the United States an as
surance of a friendly or .tolerant disposition
to the Power which has assumed to itself an'
imperial form in the capital city of Mexico.-
The President is gratified with the assu
rance you, have thus given of the Emperor's
good disposition. I regret, howevcrto be
oblige to say that the , condition the Empe
ror suggests is one which seems quite im
practicable. It is true, indeed, that the presence of for-1
cien armies in an adtacent country couhl
fiot under any ciccumstances, but caJtseun-
easinew anu anxiety im 111ejwn.ot.iHis kuv-
emment. it creates lor us expenses, wiiIch
arc inconvenient, not to speak of dangers of
coll&ions. IveverthelesR, I cannot but infer
from 'the tenor of yoweWimttmeation that
thoprincip.il cause' of the discontent tw
vailing in the United States in regard to
Mexico is wot fully apprehemlcd by the
Emperor's government. The chief cause is
not that there is a foreign army Im Mexico ;
much less does that dtseontesvt arise from
the circumstance that that foreign army is a
French one: We recogni2e the right of
sovereign nettetts texarry & war with each
"'her if they do At lavage our right or
menace oor afty or jt, iR&umce. Tho
real cawe of our national discontent Ls, that
the Frsseh army, which w now in Hexhsoy
is lavadisg a domestic republican gevera
meat there which was established by her
people, aad with whom fondly, for the
avswed . parposc of suppressing it- - d.
efltobKshinf; upon its' ml a -foremi
monarch Kt govcramcni, wliosc presence
there, bo lone as it shpuld endure, could not
btit he regssriled by the peojile of the Untied
States as injuries' ami menacing to their
own eiiesea and endeared repHbriean inseitu-
-Isdk that the Umed Stotes tie set foci -themselves
ealled Mfem to mafce a' war of
propBganilaiim tkroHhont the wrkl, or even
mill a ,m gajausaAAaaLAasLj m staA aaiSBua,!) flBiaBA
WllaTTTCTlt. JBi Bv PWrsfTCBn QISQn..
We have miWciant foitk ht me ercatoal sste
cm of that owse on this continant, thsough
the operation oexit4t ) ninforial and More
cawes, to wtfcee ta to Wfiilwei in the con-r
alSAAfi tajf MaX&SBaal r Vi j aalii 4(FJiuKflBJ dMT B ft tf
here, while wr own TwiSMe wax reeuvmg
its shape and deveiemetit. On the other
Pm -in 1) tf atjm - " -.ai -,B .im aaJ f.a4J aa!J
C T fnnilaWHJ ' lllwllliaTirWj
OalMJI tul .1 4 tn BIT " ' tXt at iiimlstt euiaaU
have x right to Bceu're for theMwslvea a re
pwblieaB geyernmeRt if they- ehoase, and
I 1 " ' ' "Mt
y ,l -
thai enjoyment of each teMtUt4fe.s itcKber
afely estaWfsiml u wressffHl, ad in its
eSscte MangonifltieaJ to tbe and poftularj
.fcna of KovwHHfit'exieiii in the Unitcdl
State, ,to attempt to stt&wrt by fbece
nvnmiununx.vHiMKTm iii ffflropc iur in
purpose ot reptneiag- uen wwt Tpbltea'
Hftstiktkms. it seems to m eftttal-lr oUee-f
tioRafeJethat KHroHStkl forcibly5
iHien'ene in States Ntoatetl on this conttncBt;
to overthrow republican lastitBtiottsifsmi!
repfece theai with mofwrchie? or enwHtk
Ilavmg th frankly stated oi posit ion, I
leave tke;qitien for, the cofi?iiler.itio of-
raace. stacerelv hosHMr that thnt irrn.it 111-
moti ratty am ii compawunj wiib its oesi in-'
faij Tl. L:t. 1. 1 1 ; .1. 3 r
its aggressive attitwle in Mexico, within!
seme ceHvenieHt aad. reasonable time, ami;
ra in jincir mnur tu nivituxaw i-rvmi:
tans leave te people ot mat country to the;
free cnibvment of tite svstcm of i-iilJ!rn
government which t her have established fbr
themselves, mA ef tsieir adtsafvnee to whielii
Uiey have srvi what coomato the-United:
States to be decisive and eoselsive as well
as very touching proofe.
Tko Sward and the d'ews."
From the Mobile Advlajeber aad Heritor.
AVe have ho becasien.to eull the attcKlioni
of our realtors to the "Qenerlil Onlers No4
40,", from the military Headquarters jti
Nashville. It rlll'be read fast enowgh, and
it' will be rem&Hliered kng. " Mil Arp"
telhs.tSB in one. of, his Hniuuc letters; that:
"Sherman' calUriiillars took i many Jiberj
,ties" when they swarmed Ihrough his soci
lion of Geortfial that the tskmle there had
-"veryfew )Wties Wft:? HWOeH.Thomw
the eectesafeeal irightaL 0 ,15ishop. WilsM;
and ike people of hts, diocese, lhat we'do not
im at iiirai i.jr iu uiivuurm.' on tuts coftHTCi
between The Sword' anil the Gown" hY a
style at all werthy 4.thetext., Ah habitoaj
m-otaite, swearer, who,- under an extraordi-j
nary r provocation, didn't swear an oath
was asked how it happened. lie roptied
.i... s i.w -i.i- i.ri.i u ,.1. ? j
iiiav ' no iwiim f inpn 110 jtwuee iq
tno futseet,",- .c arc-.tiumb for the
same .reason, and for amrthcr, to-wit; thai
'wcarenolyet' sufi&ienlly " reeonslrtieieU'!
to be able to hold polemics with a genj
tleimm who weart a swcd aivltwhe htw tht)
nOwer, to make hk bayonets do .his thinking
Wc shall have to turn, the commentary ovc?
tp some of those "New York paiers that en
joy tho precious privilege of being a We U
seak their Blinds : '"right out! in meeting
We mnst say, we, uould- like, to see, otir gooi
JHiiop turned, loose- with, hw A irguua Mood
up aim ing noiiie intellect an ablaze in a ret
1 . . il ! . "1? ' - , , t 1 1- - . .1- S
pi .w mm uiiiimiy, ntiirai ami rviigious uwh
course of- Gen. Thomas. We think the
"Gown1' would .make the for fly even front
tlie corselet. As to the CicU of the case, if
the uenerat ,nas comKinect the ifesnopeva
offense oii the ground that his people have;
disapproved his course the order to remevej
the interdwt on the church has no bottom t
stand upon. The liisliop has been standing
up for a vrincivte the principle of tlie ner-;
feet-independence of the Christian chAof
military withority under the Cbnstkution at
the united otates. ,'i.ite Ueneral will m
be able to persuade one living being in Ala
bama (not an imported radical) that Eishoi
Wilmer was inflneiiceil bv the seditious ami
treasenable motives ascribed to him on hit
order. We do not pretend to doubt that
Gen. Thomas thinks so, but' he is mistaken
and has been misinformed. Bishop AYil-j
raer is not only an eminent divine, but he ii
one of "nature's noblemen" .1 gentleman of
the old yirginia school; and when he tool;
the oath of allegiance to the United State!
government, he meant to keep it like mi
honest man, and lie has kept it. It was mi
jiari tn uiair uotiuu inautng oh ium. -
the Bishop of a church to submit to the int
terference of the milttry jiowcr with his ec
nl n it !m 1 fiinMimia nml 1tii T ah Trt
t-.it.-5 luuwttuiiii aiita uuttirf-1
oath to support the Constitution of the Unit-t
eu states coraniandeil In in to resist such in
terference, because it violated the Constitu
tion as weil as his Episcopal rights.
But it yel remains to bo, explained whs'
the whole cleryy and kity of this Church in
Alabama were' made to suner for the JJ-mh-op's
single act. And whv, any more: now
than then, is the Bishop aflowcu to resume!
his suspended duties T Is he repentant?'
lias he boned his Episcopal crook tn tl
epaulette and begged jianloii for his offense?
iSot at all. The reason isthat the order came
from Washington. It was a plank In the
President's reconstruction platform, and ho
ordered it to Ic put down. Vc conclude that
history will write that iii this contest be
tween the sword and the gown, the gown
lias proved tlie better rcconstructionist, har
monist, and unionist of the two.
Lnlior Kepiilntloii In Jtls-slljuil.
The following is the substance of the la
bor regulatiora agreed upon by the planters
in tlie ncightiorhood of Vicksburg, Miss.,
and approval by the Freedmen's Bureau.
We find it in the Vicksburg Herald:
1. One-half of tho waces of the employee
wilt lie retained bv the cmnlover until the
end of the contract for its faithful perform
2. Tho'cmploycca wilt be required to rise
at day-break, each one to feed and take care
of the stock allotted to him, or perform any
other business that may be assigned to him ;
to eat their breakfast and be ready for worlc
at the signal, .wjiich will be given when the
sun is half-hour high. AH time lost after
the siirnal is given will be deducted.
3. sso general conversation will be it-
lowed during working hours.
4. Had worlc will bo assessed at its proiicr
5. For disobedience, one hour will be de
6. Neglect of duty and leavinz without
permission will be considered disobedience.
7. Xo live stock will 1 permitted to bei
raised by the employees without a special
8. Apples; peaches or melon., or any oth
er product of the form taken by the em
ployee, will be .charged for.
a. I he employees snail receive no visitors
during working hours.
10. Tbree quarter of an liour will be al
lowed during thO winter months for dinner.
and one hour and a half during the months
of June, July and August.
11., impudence, swearing, or indecent anu
unseemly language to, or in the presence of,
the employer or his family or agent, or quar
reling and fighting so as to disturb the peace
of the farm, will be fined one dollar for the
first ofll-ne, and, it repealed, will be follow-
by tlismuwal. and low, ot such pay as
shall be adjudged against tho offender by
the proper authority.
12. AH difficulties tli.it may arise between
the employees shall be adjusted by the em
ployer, and if not saUsfoctory,, an appeal
may le taken to an agent of the United
States (JoverBincnt ora magistrafe.
IS. AH abuse of stock, or willfnl breaking
ot tools, or throwing away gear, etc.,, will be
charged against tlie employee.
I I. Good and sufficient rations will 1x5
furnished1 by 'the employer, not, liowever, to
exceed six, potmds of bacon and one peck of
meal tier week, for each adult.
iii. lioiwe rent mm niei win be innusiieii
free by the employer,
1(5. Kb niht work will be required of the
employee wit such as ine iiectsviucs 01 i
m 1.1 f t ?
. 1 . 1 .... . f .t
17. A cheerful and willin" twrfiArmance of
duty will le rcqniretl of the employee.
IS. Stock must be fed and attended to m
19. The women will be required to do the
cooking in sbtatkxi on Semlay.
30, The em)4oyee will be expected to
took after and rtndy the interest his em
pteyer; tc infom Win f anythiiw thai Is
going, amMs; to bp peaceable, orderly awl
ploanont ; to diWowrafe. theft, and edeavor
j mm RSMW.V hi, mawm a i-ftart3.-r wr
,n?rf ItMtoWjs thriff.
-l.ilncjtm.af asiv amfsoveaviv in reeird
to the CO id rapt at Mi
the snwtoyar and employe, the agawt of the
br for the comity shall bo the conMton
arbrtor to whm ike MMamkV shall Ww.
CtrrvJ - f
the title f an voeWio.mjr formed with a
very torge capital, for th fpoS oC fmr
to pUwtoirf m thw m.1
et&rilWltern Stsiti, who stoeic, farssriiag-
rt T I BaT1 fMl a 1 1 asa MMPaat Ba ia-- - B,
aSTWj Vf BiB B9y VSM TW BTBtH VTWTfBfJ PJ
the late war.
It is a well established foot that there are
Man land, .pwiijiatom with large antofa
whlM not ilieMMi toHMk thek pia-
i-. .IaI. audfM 1 t-.'wl . ,,!, .. .1
mm. ... .bssfp. i mmmaK. aaw
m ' J -' WJ u, 11. -- "
me null.. . Hr mil.
thouaandu ef xm ef tJ fee mi M ' HW
world most He Hie. Ascii1nilr Win.
arm aosotiHeiy iicmanu, sncn as laying
fodiler. firinit tobacco, setting plant tn
afire. Mcwinz a. crop from the froitt. etc.
dkKi f of of eottw tiM whole
cow rr, is too obvww forsrgw,
it mast go &r to aMtnte .tk'ijwM
fortunate coa-ikios ot the Soatii..
to charter Urn aMiaiatiiaii TmnttifilLli m
existenee- for the 1 fr-niiT ":f '& TT
IH-H.Htf mt au mi:j
From tlio'". A. Herald. Salanj;f '
It will be seen from tk itfLU. aL.
meat that the Irish leader U taXlrw.
movement Is not only !,: W in apositioa
to exercise tho executive' if- it,
JAMES STEPHENS TO JOHN CS'.VArfOjrr.
iRisu Ketcbcic. Dee. tt. Vm.
T John O'yahony. RcffciiBlatlre mkI
Brother axd Fricth - t:1' l,.
ikrstecding ever possible beswtatiyw ami
bus ha been, occasioned by -rrhnt I llamitl
your druK-cliain nolicv. Kinaa
solute ncccssitv for action "wiiku 1 T t- .1
length of time, and aware that, vau diil Bn
agree with mo in this, it has beetva eosastaat
fear with me tliat,sp for aa tire, F.was
concerned, the time would cee ad fkd as
UHprepaNd, ThU apprehiiwow W kt
me in a state of pain and irri4atw aka swl
so I havo often said and WBtttotC thr
whwh mstst havchurtyos, ms kts4y. For
all thia, I now-sincerely a jwy ftaajfJ jw t!u.
Let mo. add, however, tt.ljfir sist do
aa-ttuMtafct vo areve ---- j
I on mifie, if voh had thMLilkili.
very late, on the only )V snivaOon for
our wsNi,aau race,
j.... m jiaiimaja wwry; stiays nave
been at work aroumtyest, and to (Mt atltet
as to.havejHrttfee cause of Irehtod k aeci
ow.periL Before my (Me &xw JUch
mond Bridewell I , shosW Jiave looked, on
tlie actual state ot ; thrust a"ail VSttaiH
ruin. Thu swat,fo' it """wijt Vrn :
has givea jsucii w rvtoM ' anBifiB-' our
work, and tofmaifodt afcfiKitfcif j un
now unilertakt! to hokl force ijantfcfr
for some time longer. -'9li8L; wSf ot
the. utmost uigency to. make UrB.'dhrf w
short as possible. Tor.'djtfiar i& or eaee
is of moro than prorerbdrm md'.l
could notjong hope to W1 akflBVt die
strain of time. But as yesi art on tiia runt
iwth.atlast, I rely on yor brWiiVamt3
to a speedy Issue. To btwlf wftV Wm
and baseness of. all kindr-io brand It,
amasfe it waa the. policy,, aiid. t.rftjaiea at
your having, made U yoWtV. tot
hood of Ireland roiciU ii with. BM,.for it
indicates the justveo tjf thek jadgmat re
garding a. wrttch wlms adWt iv ikm
country was an insult to cmr rtstson, mw
hooil and patriotism. Wsalwaa; to wurk
harmoniously with the F. BBtta'cttrb
on my temper in preeeaee of tUm altalfow
knave,.and even risked toy luiiawtfiin In
order to set him fairly with my frtoasia, Bb
professions, and letter to yon (wm Utey
sent?), together with my icpdkwifaaiiiiii,
did away with much of "tffce- dlttrtt t
and indignation stirred, wf W Mt prw
ence. But even before he hsrt the Aoreu
was again visible to all. He Mkd
if the country. Weil. I saved hai H.
so often saved that of Jtk hiwaVt! estr-
on. Hrand Ium now without mr: It
grieves me to hear that Michael gtaajlan lit
in the ranks of cowardiee and tsaoj, Hut
whatever I may have once IhniMiht C Un.
or anybody else, tlie instant they )mwvfcfoe
to Ireland I would lash them fsm im me
so many dogs. Away wiUi all aweh ' iWs
ocirogHes at once. I f our ranks be iisiii mhiiit
Uunned tiytliiAtumtaary riadanemof tosjafasa,
our reliable strength, is, but .iriwaaisal, Br
taewayy some good men wee sMt eKMre
by Scanlan. We know how, to anftreciate
them. But he sent others of so yite a kind
that, at their first interview with nw. they in
confidence accused each other of rohaerjaed
I know not what. It may be that sdh,
scoundrels would fight; but, ttlL we arc
actually in tho field, follows of thw stamp
would bo a standing shaiae and danger to
as. Tliank God they have aneaked away
some of them at themere s hatfa w lammfc
May they never pollute. ottr ahsiiaa, taBnw "
nacK tno rotten branches around yoti with
out pity. This can bo done safely si year
side, because the stag is harmless there.
I am pressed for time. This is of little
consequence, I hope, as almost all you costld
need to know will bo found in the letter of
the M. C. brought out by Gca. ; ami
anything that letter may lack the General la
tho very man to mako good. The accom
panying document confers on you in Amer
ica, Canada, &c, the absolute and unques
tionable authority 'of Representative and
Financial Agent of the Irish jUpuhlic.
With the old friendly feeling, I mm yoars,
fraternally, Jajiei bTEraKi?,
Irish Itacnrjc, , Dec. 2S, '63j
To tho Members of tho Fenian Broth erbood aHd
the friends of Ireland Generally i the United
States of America, Canada etct -Coitntrvmex
asdFbiesw. - A ware that
certain members of the Fenian Brotherhood,
and notoriously the "Senate" of that aasecia
tion. have m.-wlly and traitorously, moved to
J-a traitorous end, raised the cry ot "to Cana
da, instead of the cry of "to iaajanu f ami .
aware that John O'Mahony, kna, aa Jtoad
Centre and President of the Fenian Jfeether
hood, lias wisely and firmlyi as in dsttr
bound, c-jxised this mad and vattorotw di
version from , the right path the only path
that could possibly save par eotmtry and our
race I In consequence hereby appsitit the
said John O'MJthony ItoprooenteUTe and
Financial Agent of tho IriAiKiipiatiUein the
United States of America, Canada, with
ample and unquestioned wethorky to
and in all other ways' m whwh, te tKe
best of hLsjHdgment, he east
that land to which tie has Jeyaled Kfo and
honor. I hereby authorise and eatt,M hint
to do so.
Jastis Stei-kkns, C. E. I. K.
TroHblM of Katntilfohlna; Negri JbHtlc
Tmm the Laalsville Courier.
Some rich legislation hart rcstly toam- ,
pired in our Stale Senate yendtatfa"et in
corporating the Grant Savii a Depart
Bank, of this city colored. Insti'liitswi..
During the JisctLssion Mr. Ifskrraien, pi
this District, stated that he-had mwsrtffte
colored men to have beert free for the. hwt
thirty years; that, they were conservative;
opposed to the extreme mcasatrmat ht Had
ical party; that one of them wan worth at
least onehundred thousand dotterw ; thai aZt
havo been good citbens, sii ilniwswg cseal
kntcharactcra; and moreover; were mjm
ben of tho Methodist Church. Jfe bt&esred
that the General Assembly should eneewage
colored men who hare proved rhetwaefres
Senator Dudley, from Favetle. v4i
favor of tho bill, but believed legislation hm
necevary, as negroes have the right to es
tablish such institution!?, according to Ufiiied
Mr. Worthington, of Boyle, offered an
amendment that all person depositsW In
the bank should not be allowed (a wirfcifriw
their furuls, or check on the same. Amend
Mr. Stonr, of Allen, waa in favor of the
bill, but as the Senator from FayeMe had
brought to iii" mind the right EegroW wowld
have, under Federal Taws, Tto mM go for
Use bill in order tliatthe General AaaiwMy
wonld have complete juri' Uctton ar sweh
an institution. v
Mr. Johnson, of kelson, Mtased nAwt lie
was as strong a pro-slavery sua ad feWe was
in the State, vet he was no atuwy to
mro, and would favor the fmmmi at Ae hill,
beeamie it tended to promote IM tadwL.4n ot
Another amendment Waa aaTarfd by Xr.
Chandler, cf Taylor, prsvidaVsg tluat tile said
hank thirl I liar no councrei. with
Fseetfuien's Bureau; and .ApL fctnn
shall be perwititd. to ad fariwho here
ever lived Jn biv Artutj.
a.vf tiff' x
"Tstt tne banic be frnWed to ita,ij,kK
nittwp." Lost; ayew 1,
TJw previous question. m eaiieat for, and
the bill, as amcnikd, pad ; aya- jk wya'7.
'Qeieviya SchrvbC The satoffiehap ef
T eBsbm had a good rtorr of an uid wganer,
dm, laavtocr adosded a little gin bom im
wtsrJ-sVetjae, and iNrotfght bar ay tStjbey
Um rsjaairgB. whoan at rmgfebor tMtUmf
mBKtmWf Mm Www, Wan- MPVU ivtmiv 7
nFBIVBa .awTT'm vt.fnE trHa"B esarBiBBBi vejBje
m mm ubsjbji iiml aBamttinaietd f
aajtajJ itVet mmm mmnm m
(itilii aand ek!S!t Yi