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Advance In riantcrV Bank Xott.-iilty-two
cent in the dollar will bo paid fir
these note. at the BaakingHoase of tbeNalienal
Bavingi Company, if delivered wituout delay.
nov2J It Thos. Mabb, President.
An Irish or German Woman, well recom
mended, can get a good heme and fair wages, a a
rook, Bather and ireiier, for a moderate aised
lauuiy. by itrffaedlate appiieaUen at Ihif oftec.
p..iii iiiwrorCiuilu ON THE THIRD
tiivni ncpp.MnKR next. I will sell for Cosh.
from 1-OUt TOSIXUUNMUiD IRON AXLE
WAGOXS, at the Toll Gate, one mile from KasU
villts, on tho Granny AVblte Boad. Sale to com
nVloaV. and continue from day to
Uayuntaallaredfcvesedor. J C. PENTECOST,
For Atlorncr General Elvciitli Judi
cial District. We are aathorired to announce
A C HirsxY. Em- as a eandidate far Attorney
General, for the Eleventh Judicial District, com
posed of the counties of Giles. Marshall. Maury.
Lawrence. Lewis and lliekraan. inevia iu
To I ho Ncirapnpcr Vrens of TeiiiirfcHec:
On the 8th instant, when the train wm rohbed
and burned on the Louisville and AashvUIe
Railroad, welujoar wires, jackets and feUingf.
In order to repair J of?, a speedily as possible,
wo telegraphed fo New Terk to forward the
articles again with alt possible fpeed. We have
satisfactory proof that this was done.
Tho following dispatch will explain the delay
which we received yesterday evening:
r xriXrATi. Nov. 15. 1WW. Whitjmux Vw:
The wire left yesterday morning per Adams Bi
press. OHAiyir.i.id: ivows.
On receipt of the dispatch we applied at the
Adams Express office and the articles were not
forthcoming had net arrived when tbey should
br all means hare been here. Bush delay by the
Company in Louisville U without excuse.
no'X7 It Whitevax Dbim,
t u , .....1 rlml n1 H ttlt nwMnl
IIUUU1KA IUUID v. ... -.---
they call and see mo by next Saturday, Stlh inst..
and make some sausiaetory arraBgeeacnv uoi
their claims, 1 snail beloreea, as aumiBuiruor,
I . t .1 1 .. ... ! Hmh T.A fnttrul fit 1! tlftlM.
JH, 'Ub UtVIU IU km .
. either at Judge Wbitwobth's office, on Cherry
' street, or at uerisnrm) s siore, 10 wnw
JJ0tl7 1W UEO. A. ALLBS, MB r.
Imnortnnt nnil Rcllnblc Writing Pa
pew. Enrelopos.DIank Books, and all kinds of Stationery-
the largest stoek In the city, and prices
lowr than any old stoek at cost.
Wm.Gaublk 4 Co..
novlT tf 26 berry street.
A Knro Pile Cure Db. Oilbebi's: Tile
! Ikstbuvbkt positively euros tho worst eases of
mica. Sect by mall on reoeipt offi. Circulars
free. Sold by Druggist. Agents wanted every
where. Address J- B. BoifAwr. Manager, No.
;75 Broadway. New York. novli-3m
Go lo I'nraevrorth & ClnrltM to got your
Cotton Gins insured. Office, oornerof Union and
' acrry streets. bov16-1w
KoAMoncd I'otiulnr J.ninhcr. corner of
Crawford and North Bummer streets f tf
Tor Kent Building Ne. IS, Union street, be
tween Collceo and Cherry, sow occupied as a shoo
store by V. D. Folmsb-Jc Co. Posscssesiion given
immediately. For terms, apply to if. v. if bllir
& Co., No. 42 Union street. nevlS-tf
Yellow Pino Flooding;, at low prices, cor
ner of Crawford and North Summer sU. I tf
PkbsoXal We are glad to see that our old
friend, R, D. Blcmji, has ro-openod bis business
at No. 15 North Cherry street. Mr. Bmjmh was
a largo loser by the groat Cro on Cedar street"
We call tho especial attention of his friends, and
the pnblio goneraBy, to tho fact of his having
opened again. lie is prepared to do engraving,
stencil cutting, brands for whisky and flour bar-;
rels, seals for courts notaries, public and all
other descriptions of work in his vocation. at;
short notice, and in tho very best and most thor
ough manner. Mr.BtVJfX, owing to his misfor
tune, is peculiarly deserving of patronage, and
wo trust he may receive that patronage whieh his
merits so well deservo. Mo will attend to the re
pairing of clocks and watehes, as heretofore, to
tho entire satisfaction of all. novS-lm
WIiich!! From thoLoxowoBTn Vinoyard
and Wino House, Cincinnati.
W. P. & F. P. Akdiebsos,
Golden Treddliijr, Spnrlillne; Cntnwbh,,
Xlry Cntftwbn, Ianliclln. xstc-a'heso Wines
are furnished at muehlower rates than imported
goods, and for purity and boquet are oxeelled by
none either nativo or foreign.
801,1 br Arohbb Okutiuv Co.
KLINB SC SSBiUX.
IU B. Chsjathau & Co.
rtillldlus tnmbrr ef alt kinds, corner of
CrawAird and North Summer sireete. tf
Go to Fnrntiwortli ClnrU'Hto get your
Cotton UinH Insured. Offiee. eorner or Union nnd
Cherry strceUu novl6-lw
Come nnd Kxnmlnc our fine stoek of fall
and winter dress goods, shawls, eloaks, blanket,
boots and ihoe. eta., ete.. which U oempclledto
be sold by the first of January, on account Ab
solution of the firm. 0- Ktos Co..
oct- College street.
Cettnl roMsjntid reiiclnp: Lumber, cor
ner or Crawford and North tHuamer rtroeU. Itf
KelllnBOutl-On aeeeunUtf the dissolution
of copartnorsWi', the entire aW or smJi at ro
duee.1 prices, at Hick & Co.'s.
ocUO-lin College street.
For Cliolco Grocerlen, Prerres, Jellies,
In csh Fruits, eanned and boMle.l,Wine.Brandtes
and indeed any or the deiieaeies offered In the
Nw "Sork market, can bo found at Tottbx's,
Nos, a and 3 College street. Nashville.
enrd to the JlerclinnU. Shlppcru,
juidTmvellnjr CJommunlly Uencrnlly.
Having been aided by y friends. I have pur
chased the controlling iBtorest of tho splendid
side wheel Steamer NarW White. (900 ten bur
den, to be run as a regular packet In the Nash
villo and New Orleans trade.
She is rated by the Beard of Underwriters as a
first 1 1 sm steamer, upon whieh Insurance eaa bo
obtained at tho lowest pessiWorate.
Klie has recently been hauled out on the way at
Padacab, thoroughly overhauled and repaired.
Her hull is perfectly sound, tight, strwig and well
bmii. and her inaehinery is in siJeodsd working
order and good condition. Sho has a beautiful
cabin, finely furnished, wRh all tho neeary con
veniences for the comfort ef passengers.
I have selected the meet sktlfuil and etperl
enctd men for officers, whose baWU of sobriety
will recommend them favorably to the traveling
Tho White presents ssperir indueoment to
passengers and shippers, as she is not oly good
and fine, but one of the fastest heals en tho West-'
M best endeavrsshaH bo made at all times to
reader general satisfaction te the atroaef the
or 221m H. B. Shxv, Master.
To Cownimintlve The Advertiser, having
been restored to health in a few weeks, by a very
simple remedy, after havswered several years
with a severe long aSeettofi. ami that dread dis
ease. Consumption is anxious te mako known to
his ft ilow sufferers the maM ef euro.
T j all who desire It, he will send a copy of tho
prescription used, (free of charge), with the direc
tions for preparing and using tho same, whieh they
will find a stras Cokk rea OosecvrTWX. Abthki,
Bbokobitib, &. Tho only ebjeet of Iho adver
tiser in sending the PreseripMeB. Is to benesK the
amictod, and spread infarmatien whieh he con
ceives to be invaluable ; and hepes every sufferer
Trill try this remedy, as it witt cert them ne4Mc.
and may prove a Messing.
Parties wishing the prescription, will please
address Kev. BDWARD A. WILSON,
Williamsburg. Kians eeufttr. New Yerk.
rmAV, A-oviainnu 23, isoo.
The Louinrllle, Praakfort awl Loxinp;
ton Railroad Cempwiy annwwoe tkat tLey
will lmmtfiu- over tkelr road, ree ef oharjfe,
all conlriUutioni for tke deMltte ler of
Ohs. Cliktox IL Fisk dolt vcrcd 11 leoturo
Na5Cork, wPJ the education ,and re
ligiowvyinU of tVu South. He repeated tho
fjader he 'iJwtoWo often, Utat the Mow-
tJ,i r?r -Sc Uao to the noiicy 01 the Art
. , 1 ..1 u1 iW Trrli)nnt at a
JoIumkhj Ctab inI'I" was the leaeta f
JTke Iewrl ef , threwgh a fall
rtta ee UiSttk ef Janmr
We are happj to announce to our readers
and patrons that a business arrangement
has been entered into, between the propri
etors of the Union and American and
those of the Nashville Dispatch, where
by the two papers will be merged into one,
and hereafter be printed and published from
this office, Union and American Block,
Daily, Tri-Weekly, and Weekly, under the
name of the Union and DisrATcii. We
arc induced to thin step an much in the in
terest of the patrons of the two papers as in
our own. The numbor heretofore published
in this city has been an unnecessarily bur
densome tax upon the business and reading
community, ancf we only regret that it is not
within our power to further reduce the
Our readers, by this arrangement, will
have a still "fuller nnd more interesting
journal than heretofore, since the force em
ployed in gathering and collating news for
its columns will be increased, and wc shall
be able to materially enhanee the sphere of
its usefulness by paying greater attention to
the industrial, commercial and general busi
ness interests of the city and country. Its
politieal position will, of course, remain un
To our advertising friends the united pa
pers will furnish nearly or quite double tho
number of readers that cither presented, at
like ol. Wc trust that lhay will appre
ciatc tiili. and thai the friends of the two
will boiiovriho same liberal patronage liith-
crto shown and that many new names may
be added to the list.
voice rnoai the past to b.
The statesmen of that era of the Republic,
which (taking the inauguroiire under the
administration of the first five Presidents as
the first, and the last fifteen years as the
third), may properly be called the second
clearly saw the condition of things now ex
isting. Pre-eminent among them was Hen
ky Clay. In the utterances of none of them
do we remember so graphic-a prophecy as is
contained in one of his speeches delivered
nearly thirty years ago. Although accused
before and after that time, by extreme
Southern men, with a disposition to pander
in his public career to Northern feelings and
interests, he said, in 1839, when he had al
ready descried on the Northern horizon " a
cloud no bigger than a man's hand," but
black.jxnd of growing dimensions the Ab
" With them (the Abolitionists) the richts
of property arc nothing ; the deficiency of
the powers ot the (jeneral Uovernmcnt is
nothing ; the acknowledged and incontesta
ble powers of the States are nothing ; the
dissolution of the Union and the overthrow
ofhe Government, in which is concentrated
the hope 01 the civilized world, are nothing.
A single idea has taken possession of their
minds, and onward they pursue it, overlook
ing all barriers, and regardless of conse
quences." We do not adduce this as a testimony to
Mr. Clay's sagacity, nor for the purpose of
magnifying his exalted fame. That is se
cure, and needs no help that wc might give,
if in the midst of pressing practical matters,
it was even useful to do so. Neither is it
presented as a railing against abolitionism
in the matter of African slavery, nor against
abolitionists personally. While wc hold to
the opinion, that that class of men bjr push
ing a fanatical idea and intruding it into
the politics of tho country, have done an
immensity of mischief, we, in this time,
have too much to do by way of preventing
the full fruition of the remote results of
their unwise policy to discuss issues so
The object is to arrest the attention of
those, both North and South, who, by the
drift of events, have been led to become the
lineal successors of those men whose policy
Mr. Clay, so earnestly protested against,
and ask them' to pause before they rush
affairs to the terrible conclusion which he
fo Etrongly feared. We cite his fervent lan
guage, to deter them from longer pursuing
this "iingle idea" "regardless of consequen
ces." Let us all of every opinion, stop and
consider the consequences. Let us go as far
as wc safely may in readjusting our institu
tions in conformity with the changes pro
duced by the civil war, to which the "single
idea" so groatly contributed. The rights of
property, of the special kind to which Mr.
Clay referred, have been lost, and aban
doned even by those who fought to retain
them. Tho dissolution of the Union, in so
far as that event was imminent as the result
of that sfruggle, has been conclusively
prevented. Do not let ns, tlien, pro
ceed in tho prosecution of a 'Wngle idea," to
tear down the wholesome barriros of the
Constitution, to augment to a dangerous ex
tent the powers of tho General Government,
to annihilate tho acknowledged and incon
testable )ower of tho several Stntes, in a
word to effect, in the reckless pursuit of one
oljject, a complete revolution in our system
of government, whieh, if all experience is
not at fault, cannot but be fatal to the pres
ervation of our common liberties. It was
this more than the destruction of African
slavery, that that great man deprecated. Can
we not show ourselves capable, even though
it was commenced amid the fires of intex
tino strife, of perfecting tho abolishment of
the slavery of one race, and according to
them "a fair start in the race of life,"
withoutat the same time abolishing our own
political freedom, and undermining tho fab
ric of government in which they are en
If then, there be any among Radicals
North er South, who revere tho memory of
IIbnry Clay, and, oneo hVs name was .1
magic spell, wc exhort them to ponder his
words in the above brief extract, and oast
out this devil of .1 " singlo idea," if it has
entered their minds,' and let us all reason
together upen tho civil and political status
of the black man, as Incomes men who,
while they love justice and profess humani
ty in its largest sense, yet regard the Con
stitution as tho Ark of the Covenant of
TKE GKCAT 3IETBOKIC DINI'Ivy
THE MAGNIFICENT NHJIIT IN EXO
IJvND. While the star gazers here were disap
pointed in their expectation, it appears that
the anticipated shower of meteors did actu
ally occur, although science wm at fault as
to the locality from whieh it would be visi
ble. It was seen in England, and the sight
from the Greenwich Observatory, as is des
cribed in telegram, roeetrc! by the Atlantic
cable, was one of Hneqaalled grandeur and
Interest. It appears tli.it the magnificent
spectacle commenced there at nine o'clock
of the night of the ISth, and continued un
til six etateck on the morning of tho 14th,
the ahewer of meteors reaching its maxi
mum between one aad two o'clock, when
five thousand 5 tars shot from their places
and trailed their fire atettg the heavens ui.
til lost to sight. Daring the whole splendid
and wonderful display, twelve thousand of
eualt oeltlal reckeU were visible to the
naked eye, tome of them presenliig eelorsj
of red, blue, green, orange and amberj.
Many of .tbe radiated 4h HkcWieeH
lightning, and ethers Imrrt like rooketa aad
broke into ftars of crimson, sapphire and
esaerahl. Thus this gala night of the hea
Tens ceifllnMed to exhibit its wwtdroua glo
ries UMK the veil of the awning light abet
them from mortal
Gbkkx latereU Iseftf in the apffdaehing
f Cwwrtf. Already memberr,
cenwpendcnU, elc, are reaolilng Washington.
The N. Y. Tima seeks to enforce upon
the South the adoption of the Constitutional
Amendment, by reminding ns that it is not
the treraf - tiling that the dominant party
have it in their power to inflict, if they so
resolve. It says:
"Instead of being the worst the Stevens
party could do or think of, we have only to
recall the schemes of confiscation, banish
ment, disfranchisement and execution that
were proposed, to show the folly of this
Accept Ihe argument of tho Times, and
what is it but the robber's plea of, "Your
money or your life." What protection will
there be hereafter under a government that
subjects its citizens to such tesU, and con
trols them in the discharge of their public
duties by -uch threats?
If the peopleof the North desire to rule
by arbitrary power it they are determined
t j disregard the Constitution, and adopt a
form of government more in unison with
their peculiar teneU, and belter adapted to
the perpetuation of their sectional domina
tion whynotdosohya bold and open policy.
You have it all your own way. The South
is in no condition too'ffer you resistance.
Wc propow: none. If wc are not to have a
free exercise of opinion in our action upon
any question of public policy, why stoop to
the mockery of pretending to submit it to
our determination? Why not promulge
your decree at unco and command our obe
dience as conquered subjects, and wait until
we have violated your general orders, or
shown some resistance to your declared au
thority, before threatening an imjiovcrished
and disarmed people with any farther in
dignities? This would more comport with
the honor of a civilized people and the dig
nity of a powerful government. True, it
would be a great outrage upon liberty, aud
a crime against humanity, hut it would be
less cruel to the helpless, and would not be
bo dark by several shades in that impartial
history whieh must yet be written, and from
which there is no escape.
The people of the South arc comparatively
powerless, but not intimidated. From the
noblest motives that ever impelled the sac
rifices of a brave people to say nothing of
the wisdom of their action they cast the
wager of battle and lost all, save honor.
The successful party can impose additional
burdens upon them. They may prove as
cruel taskmasters as the Egyptian King in
requiring the children of Israel to make
brick without straw. But if true to our
selves, our honor is within our own keep
ing. Necessity may require us to submit to
the yoke, but no power can force us to put
it on our own neck, in orderthat ourencmies
may have an implied admission of the
justice of their policy. We will yield
obedience to authority, but we will not
acknowledge the justice of its tyranny and
Change op Tactics. General Fokbest
recently addressed the citizens of Little
Rock on the subject of the railroad in course
of construction from that city to Memphis,
lie is reported to have humorously said that
ho had changed his policy in regard to rail
roads; that he had devoted much attention
in the past to tearing them up, but that ho
wished to devote all his energies hereafter
to laying them down. Here is an argument
for practical reconstruction. Wc trust it will
be favorably received by such papers at the
North as profess to believe that the "rebels"
of the South are unwilling to engage in the
work of reconstruction.
Mexican Affaihs. The EslafMe, the offi
cial French organ at the city of Mexico,
was suspended on October 23d, for one
month, by order of the Government, for
publishing a remarkable article, declaring
that it wasdifficulttoprcventMAXiMiLiAN'a
abdication ; that previous to leaving the city
of Mexico he turned over the Government
archives to Marshal IIazaine, and that "the
empire is abandoned the Emperor a fugi
tive." Other journals published at the city
of Mexico deny that Maximilian has ab
dicated, and the intelligence we possess.on
tho subject cannot be regarded as thoroughly
The New Orleans Picayune says : A gen
tleman, whom one of our oldest and most
conscientious and stable firms pronounce "a
gentleman of the highest probity and cha
racter," writes thus from Natchez under
date of the 7th insl: "I am fully satisfied
that the present crop will not exceed 1,000,
000 bales, and this is tho opinion of all par
ties in this neighborhood. I had every rea
son, in the month of May last, to suppose
that I would make 1,200 bales. I had be
tween 1,400 and 1,500 acres planted of the
best bottom land in Louisiana, only four,
hundred acres of which was injured by
water, and yet I shall not make over ono
hundred and fifty bales." -
The reporter of tho Washington specials
to the Cincinnati Gateilc, speculates as fol
lows: "If what the President repeats daily, to
such politioians as are around him, has any
signtlicance, he is determined stubbornly to
maintain his policy. He also stoutly insists
that the will of the people regarding that
policy was not expressed in the late elec
tions, and that before he will abandon his
position, the issue must be made before the
people upon his policy directly. Many
begin to think that the late giving out re
garding a change on his part, were merely
to cause a reaction in his favor throughout
tho North, to be succeeded by a demonstra
tion in Mexico, which would still further
rally the people to his support.
Ckaio's News Association will not be
opened now before the 26th. Indications
. 1 1 I ! I III ..... 1
are iliai wuen 11c oegins no win nui iHiucr
take to be a rival of the Associated Press,
but that he will establish a kind of mercan
tile or commercial agency.
The 21st of January. 1SG7, has been
named as tho day for the Cr sby Opera
The Washington oorrestiondent of the
Richmond Stammer says: Tho recent ex
tension of Mr. Davis' prison limits indicate
a purpose favorable to his release. Ho
would be included within the terms of a
general amnesty, without the mention of his
name or rank. The recent con
sideration given to this subject by the Ad
ministration has resulted in the opinion,
now coufidently entertained, that Uic Prcsi
dent will Boon isuc a proclamation of
general amnesty, ll is knevn that the
Attorney General, Mr. STANBEitnY, has
given his opinion in favor of Uiat measure.
Aptbk nineteen ineffectual balloting, the
Arkansas Legislature, up to Wednesday,
failed to elect a United States Senator.
The New York Firemen's Association
have resolved to present the Independent
Fire Company of Columbia, S. C, with a
splendid hose carriage aad engine. Theo
presents will be carried to Columbia and
presented in person by n committee of tho
The Brownsville (Texas) Jlanchtro con
tains a biographical sketch of Youno, the
llio Grande bandit. It says he was chief of
Sheridan's seouts in the Valley, and was
the nun who eaptured the dashing Harry
QtLMOREand conveyed him to Fort Warren.
He was the leader of the late band that had
been pillaging the ranchcro, and that were
parotid by United States troeps.
' Two bruisers, Mutt Carii and W. n.
White, of BaUiraere,feaghl forty-four round
ia thirty-six minutes. Wumfs shoulder
was dislocated at the seventh round, but he
won the fight.
THE Haverhill, (Mass.) GaztUt says that
the sale of beats and ahee for the month
of QewW in that twn, were about S700,
mkPtThe sales far the menth of October
1t year, amounted to about $735,000,
ftMrtag a BBBOh Hsgmer aiuerence.uian
gsmerafiy jted, to exiu Wtwecr. Use
two yeera. The saw for November, ac
cording', to present appearance, will bo
a after than the corresponding month last
The French Minister ir-repprted td be
favorably disposed toward our Government
on the Mexican subject, and does not object
to the re-organization of the Jtjxrez Gov
ernment. The decline of Boston, as compared with
other Northern Atlantic cities, is attracting
theseriou3 attention of its business men,
who propose devising means to secure in-
creased facilities lor transportations between
that and the West.
It is stated that Gen. Sherman gocs to
Mexico with a view to obtain necessary in
formation as to the military condition of the
country, while Mr. Campbell is to inquire
into its political situation. Their reports
will form the basis of a future policy of this
Government in relation to Mexico. Gen
Sherman will not be absent many weeks.
He is expected back here before the termi
nation of the session. He will be here quite
in time to take part with the President if
occasion should require.
A letter from the gold coast states that
thirty-five or forty men and women have
been murdered as a sacrifice, in consequence
of the death of the king of Aquapim.
Fifteen clerks were dismissed to-day by
the secretary of the Interior from the Pen
sion Bureau. The dismissals were not on
political grounds, but from the great falling
ofT in the applications for pensions.
Bishop Colenso, of heretical notoriety,
is in luck. The Trustees of the Colonian
Bishopric Fund of Great Britain, refused to
pay his salary, on account of his sceptical
writings. He accordingly brought suit
against them, and a decision has been ren
dered in his favor by the Master of the
Kolls. The iudirment wa3 based 011 the
fact that a contract existed, the questions of
orthodoxy or heterodoxy not coming up.
A bold and daring robbery was perpetra
ted in St. Louis, on'fuesday. A man called
on E. Jaccakd & Co., extensive jewelers on
Fourth near Olive, and requested to be
shown some fine goods, from which he made
some selections, requesting to have them
laid aside, promising to call for them the
next day. While examining some fine dia
monds, the clerk being for a moment called
away to attend a lady, he succeeded in se
curing some 310,000 worth. On the return
of the clerk he asked to be shown to a pri
vate room for a few moments, and to allay
suspicion left his hat on the counter. Pass
ing out to the rear of the store he tore the
grating from the window leading into the
cellar of the drug store of Alex. Leitch,
where he took a hat belonging to a porter,
and coolly walked up stairs and throught he
store into the street, where all trace of him
Amherst College is soon to have the
largest meteorite possessed by any cabinet
in America. A mxss of meteoric iron,
weighing 53G pound?, found high upon the
Rocky Mountains and secured for the Col
lege by Mr.T.ALDEN Smith, is now on its
way from Denver City, Colorado.
A New York correspondent wr tes: "It
appears that to usurp the functions of poor
devil reporters, and write up local sensation
for the daily press, is the reigning ambition
of Miss Flora McFlhisey and her char
ming associates of Madison Square. To be
able to pull from pocket of dress or paletot
a damp and crimpy copy of the Knits, or
Tribune, or TFbrW, as ono passes the rival
belle on the 'drive' in Central Park, and
wave this chequered flag of vietory over the
other Andronache, is now one of the high
est gratifications of the conqueror of Sara
toga and Newport.' "
Gov. Brownlow has ordered an election
to be held on the 28th inst., in the county of
Shelby for a Representative in the place of
Capt. Able, who was refused his scat.
Conference of the Southern Methodists,
in session at Jackson, Tennessee, have de
cided in favor of lay delegations, and a
change in the name of their church. t
The House of Representatives of Ala
bama, on Wednesday morning, passed a bill
erantinea charter to a company which pro
poses to build a railroad irom New Orleans,
- . . . "it .1
to Alobilc, anu ironi nience 10 wiaiianooga,
the road to be commenced in two years and
completed in six, orthe charter forfeited.
The long haired men and short haired
women, at Albany, on Tuesday resolved that
the present limitations of the franchise in
the United States to the class known as
white, male citizens, vests the Government
in a minority, because it excludes in women
one-half the" American people, and in per
sons of color one-eighth, thus reducing five
out of every eight adult American citizens
to permanent political subjection, and our
present State and National Governments are
thus limited to three-eighths of the adult
citizens, and are not, in fact, republican, even
in form, but constitute oligarchies of race
We learn from the Petersburg Index that
the committee appointed at the meeting of
the Episcopal Council of Virginia, held in
May last, to take into consideration the ques
tion pf a division of the diocese of Virginia,
and tho appointment of an assistunt bishop,
held a meeting in Charlottesville, last week,
and decided to recommend the immediate
election of an assistant bishop, on account of
the extreme age of the present bishop.
TilE Governor of Texas has vetoed the
stay'law recently passed by the Legislature
of that State. The Houston Telegraph thinks
it cannot bo passed ovev the Governor's veto,
but thinks it will be modified in accordance
to tha suggestions of the Governor, in which
shape it will be passed. The Telegraph says
that without some process to stay the sacri
fice of estates the poor people will be ruined .
Ex-Governor and Senator Foote, now
living at Louisville, has written a letter to
Judge Sharkey in favor of the proposition
to call a National Convention for revising
The New Orleans Tieamnc is informed
" that official information has been transmit
ted from Washington to the Mexican Con
sul in this city, tliat'tSe whole povcer of the
army and navy of the United Stales has been
placed at the disposal'of President Juarez or
Ats restoration to potccr." The same paper as
serts that Juarez himself admitted as much
to recent visitors at his residence in Chihua
hua. TENNESSEE JLEGISLATURE.
Thursday, Nov. 22. The Senate met at
10 A. M., Speaker FriersoN in the Chair.
Mr. Carrioan, moved that Mr. Thomp
son be added to the Judiciary Committee.
Mr. Smith moved that Mr. Bosson be
added to the Committee on tho Lunatic
Asylum. Carried. Mr. Senter was, on
motion of Mr. Frazier, also added to the
Mr. Frazier submitted a report from the
Committee on Agriculture and Manufac
tures, recommending the publication of Dr.
Safford on the geology of the State.
Mr. Senter, from the Select Committee
to wihcli was referred House bill to fix the
minKfiritinna nf rn!pN rpnortii that lhev
were fully aware of the evils intended to be
remedied by the bill but the majority were
of the opinion that the bill fails to .meet the
required objects, and therefore recommend
its indefinite postponement.
Mr. Cvpert introduced a bill to regulate
the appointment of Notaries Public
Mr. Bosson introduced a bill providing
that no member of the Governor's staff shall
be paid as a clerk or secretary for the Gov
ernor, nor for any service except actual
military services, to be certified by the Gov
ernor. The bill substitutes in lieu of the
present paid members of the staff, a private
secretary and one clerk, at a salary of
1,800 each. Referred to the Judiciary
Mr. Cytert introduced a bill authorizing
the publication of the State laws in the
Tenntmc Stoats Zeitung.
The bill was on motion of Mr. Carri
oan, referred to a special committee on
printing, and the Speaker appointed Messrs.
Carrioan, Hall and McKinnsy as the
The Speaker presented the- following
report from the State Treasurer:
State of Tennessee, Treasurer's
Orfice, NAsnviLLE, Nov. 21, 1866. Hon.
J. B. Frtbrson, Speaker of Senate. Sin In
obedience to Senate resolution No. 5, the
State Treasurer has the honor to report
upon the condition of tho school fund as
Up to August 15th no interest had been
collected on the 7-30 bonds belonging to
this fund, the coupons remaining attaehed
to the bonds. The amount of interest due
to that date was $15,132 25.
In consequence of the non-assessment of
the 2 J per cent, school tax for the-year 185,
bat little has been received on account of
this fund, only a small proportion of the
taxes for 1S0G having been paid in.
The following statement shows tho amount
and sources of receipts:
Tax on Insnrtncfl Cow 4 2.759 CO
Express " iUJOtO
Bonus from Banks- ,--- 35
UotlesipriB of Laadt seltl far Taxes 417 38
lM.rtapart fer School JPnad 615.) W
Interest due wmae -- W.HSgi
The disbursements have been only on ac
couot. of dorks', and printer' fee for lands
sold for taxea and'pnrchaied'with'tlils fund,
and amount to S2.646 60.
The above is as full a statement as can be
made from the record of the Treasurer'a
office.. None of the revenue received for the
use of Common Schools has yet been set
apart for that purpose, consequently no regu
lar accounts have been opened with Or by
the Superintendent of Public Instruction.
R. L. Stanford,
Stale Treasurer and Superintendent of
, Tho report was referred to the Finance
On motion of Mr. Smith, House bill to
amend the charter of the city of Memphis
was taken up, under the suspension of the
rules, and read after which Mr. Smith, no
objections being made, withdrew the bill for
On motion of Mr. Powell, Seriate bill
incorporating the Holston Methodist Con
ference was taken up under a suspension of
the rules, and passed on its third reading.
Mr. Bosson moved to suspend the rules
and take up Senate bill toauthorize the issue
of new bonds to holders-of defaced, mutila
ted or improperly indorsed bonds. Agreed
lo and the bill -passed on its second reading.
Adjourned to 2 r. m.
The Senate met pursuant to adjournment,
the Speaker in the chair.
SENATE BILLS ON SECOND READING.
Senate bill No 27 was taken up and
passed its second reading, and, on motion of
Mr. McFarland, was recommitted to the
Committee on Corporation?.
Senate bill No. 92 was passed its second
reading, and, on motion of of Mr. McFar
land, was recommitted to theCommittee on
On motion of Mr. Frazier, the rules
were suspended, and Senate resolution No
7 was taken up and adopted.
Senate bill No. 22S was taken up on tho
second reading, and, on motion of Mr. Nel
son, was indefinitely postponed.
Senate bill No. 261 was passed the second
A message was received from the House
of Representatives announcing that it had
non-concurred in the Senate amendment to
House .bill No. 214, relative to the Bank of
Middle Tennessee, and as amended and
concurred in the other amendments to said
bill; also, transmitting to the Senate House
bill No. USS for the signature of the Speaker.
Senate bill No. 2S0, to incorporate the
Good Intent Oil and Mining Company,
passed iU second reading, and was re-committed
to the Committee on Corporations.
Senate bill No. 300, to incorporate the
Trimble Manufrcturing Company, was
passed on its second reading, and re-committed
to the Committee on Corporations.
Senate bill No. 334: To abolish tippling,
etc., recommitted to Committee on Tippling
Senate ,CilI No. 334: To incorporate the
Home Petroleum aud Mining Company,
passed the second reading.
Senate bill No. 345: To incorporate the
Memphis Dry Dock Company, passed a se
On motion of Mr. Senter, the principal
door keeper was granted leave of absence for
five or six days.
Senate bill No. 396: To incorporate the
National Bank of Tennessee, was made
the special order for next Tuesday at ten
The Senate adjourned until 9 o'clock to
Tuesday, Nov. 22, 1SC0. The House
was called to order at9 o'clock, Speaker
Heiskell in the chair.
The credentials of Mr. Davidson, mem
ber elect from Jackson county, were pre
sented and referred.
Mr. Wines offered a resolution, instruct
ing the Governor lo remove the present Re
ceiver of the Memphis, Clarksville and
Louisville railroad, and appoint another in
Mr. Wines remarked that the Receiver
was not competent for his position; besides
he appropriated considerable money towards
building an eating house, when it should
have been appropriated to some better pur
pose. After some discussion, the resolution was
The bill incorporating the Clay Savings
Institution, having been amended in the
Senate by incorporating the Bank of Middle
Tennessee, with Wm. B. Camteell and S.
T. Motley as corporators, the amendment
was taken up for concurrence.
Mr. Waters, of Wilson, remarked that
the politics of Gov. Wm. B. Campbell were
not sound, he having spoken in very dispa
raging terms of the present Legislature,
going so far, as had been asserted, as to de
clare it a bogus body. t
Mr. Brien said that in frequent conversa
tions with Gov. Campbell, the latter inva
riably admitted that the present Legislature
was a constitutional body.
Mr. Mullins objected to the amendment,
stating that Messrs. Campbell and Motley
when before c igaged in the banking busi
ness failed to redeem the notes of their
After some further discussion the amend
ment was rejected by ayes thirty-five, noes
twenty-nine. Additional amendments, in
corporating other institutions, were adopted.
Mr. BlGOS introduced the following bill :
That hereafter it shall be sufficient proof of
loyalty to take and subscribe to the oath of
allegiance to the Government of the United
States, and to support the Constitution of
Tennessee,and theConstitution of the United
States; on the presentation of which oath,
the Commissioner of Registration shall issue
to the applicant a certificate to vote. Passed
and referred to the Judiciary Committee.
Adjourned until 2 o clock.
The bill making it unlawful for billiard
table keepers to allow minors to play in
their establishments, passed third reading.
A few corporation bills were discussed and
passed, after which the House adjourned un
til to-morrow morning.
New York, Nov. 22. The World has
the following over the cable:
Manchester, Nov. 20. Continued and
very severe depression is still the ruling fea
ture of this market, and orders previously
telegraphed to the United States for the pur
chase of cotton have been withdrawn en
tirely. Yl'cntlicr ami River.
Cincinnati, Nov. 22. The river has
fallen two inches. The weather has been
cold and windy all the morning. It is now
snowing. Thermometer 40 degrees.
Pittsburg, Nov. 22. River six feet ten
inches and at a stand. Weather cloudy,
damp and chilly.
Insnrance Company Hquldntiiip.
New York, Nov. 22. The Harmony
Fire and Marine Insurance Company have
determined to go into liquidation, with as
sets amounting to 300,000, sufficient to meet
From AVnsIilnsf on
New York, Nov. 22. Fenianism appears
to bo reviving in Washington, and consider
able sums of money have been raised and
forwarded to New York, and meetings are
being held in public and in private, and are
attended by many of the leaders of the
Brotherhood who pretend to know the
nature and extent of the present movements.
These indications would seem to portend
early and vigorous action in some direction.
The appointment ofIr. Harrington as
collector of the third district of Indiana, it
is said, is to be reconsidered. Another
applicant is here urging his claim to that
position, and the matter is now under con
sideration by the President and Secretary of
A Times special says: There are loss than
15,000 troops in the Department of Wash
ington, which includes the District of
Columbia, Maryland, West Virginia, and
The Secielary of the Treasury is making
heavy drafts upon the National Banks for the
purpose of redeeming accruing debts of the
Government. As much as nineteen mil
lion were thus drawn from the banks in
The Tribune's Washington special says:
It is a singular fact that notwithstanding
the semi-oUicial announcement of the Ad
ministraiion organ of the new policy of the
Government on the Mexican question, and
the supposed negotiations now pending be
tween Prance and the United States, the
French Minuter here has not been consult
ed by the authorities, nor has he received
any information oa the subject save what .ha
has learned from the newspapers. He has
not been officially informed of Mr. Camp
bell and Gen. Sherman's mission to Mexico.
The line of route of the Union Pacific
Railroad, Eastern division, having been
fl,inp-(vi froCTv tk Ttrnnblican lork to
Smoky HTli H&k, of Kansas river.the Com-
mlsomSfbaa Instructed ths 'Register" and
Receiver, at Junction City, Kansas, to re
store some 1,600,000 acres of land to settle
ment and entry under the pre-emption and
homestead laws, and the Register and Re
ceiver at Brownsville, Nebraska, to restore
about 1,500,000. The restoration does not .
make the lands subject to sale at private 1
entry, hut only renders them accessablo to
actual seillors. I
During the past year the postal service in
the eleven seceded States has paid for itself
and netted $291,000 profit. This fact is
mainly due to the economical management
of the present Postofiice Department. j
FllOH THE 1'I.tlSS.
Jt'ip lit with Indians Iinlinii Worsted
A Murderer Cnught nnd Shot.
New York, Nov. 22. A Tribune Leav
enworth special says: .Lieutenant Ames,
with a detachment of twenty-five men, en
countered a band of one hundred Indians,
near rort faedgewick, and killed eight,
wounded seven, and captured forty-eight
beef cattle, fifty-seven mules, iwenty-four
horses, all of their packs and plunder, and
burned what could not be brought away.
He then marched one hundred and seventy
miles in thirty-six hours, with nothing to
eat for his men or horses.
A man named Elgin, having a quarrel
with a family of nve brothers named Trrus,
killed two of them and escaped. Subse
quently he was caught by the other brothers
Arrest, of Suspicious Characters Tlic
United Stairs Government to Ap
peal Tor it Xeiv Trial Tor tltc (on-
demned Simifrslinr U. S. Consul
Iays Tor one Nubstanlir.I JInll daily
for tho Fcuiim Prisoners TlicTrinls,
New York, Nov. 22. The Herald's To
ronto special says: len suspicious characters
were arrested yesterday under the habeas cor
The United States Government has in
structed its Consul to appeal for a new trial
for the 'condemned Fenians, which will be
A large quantity of wine while being
smuggled across the bonier was seized by the
Tho condemned Fenian prisoners are to
be supplied with one substantial meal each
day, the United States Consul paying the
The whole number of British regulars
on duty in Canada on November 1st was
It is supposed that Maior Decnis will be
cashiered for cowardice while in front of
the enemy at Ridgeway.
Montreal, Nov. 22. The Fenian trials
will commence on December 3, at Sweets
burg, the county town of Bedford.
Ottawa, Nov. 22. To stop the wholesale
slaughter of deer and other game in this
country by American hunters, it is recom
mended that a heavy export duty be levied
and other stringent measures adopted.
Troops continue to arrive by the river
FIIOJI SEW TURK.
Final Appeal from I'cnians rrnuds iu
the Xcw "York Custom House-The
Lord lloiul-Itobbery Case before the
New York, Nov. 22. The Centers and
delegates of the Fenian Brotherhood in this
vicinity -held a meeting at the Apolo rooms
in Prince street on Saturday night, and
made a final appeal for aid in the revolution
about to be inaugurated in Ireland, to all
citizens in the Metropolitan districts and
It is stated that the Congressional Re
trenchment Committee, while investigating
the affairs of the New York Customhouse,
discovered that the clerks were taxetHour
dollars per month for political purposes,
and if they refused to pay were discharged.
A very handsome sum has been made by
the Collector in the matter of bonded ware
houses, and it is said that he now makes
forty thousand dollars per year out of his
Before Justice Dowling, yesterday, at the
Tombs Police Court, the 'witnesses against
Frank Helen and W. R. Babcock, brokers,
were examined. The testimony tending to
prove their complicity in the Lord bond
robbery, bail was refused and they were re
manded, the case being postponed until Fri
Congressman Morrlssey's Sister Starv
ing' to Death.
New York, Nov. 22. A Herald's Chi
cago special says that much excitement was
created in that city by the discovery of a
family named Morris starving to death. The
wife says she is the sister of JohnMorrissey,
Congressman elect, to whom she applied in
vain for aid.
The National Convention of the Grand
Array or tho Republic.
Indianapolis, Nov. 22. The National
Convention of the Grand Army of tho Re
public adjourned last night. The officers
elected arc General Hurlbut, of Illinois,
Commander-in-Chief; B. F. Stetiienson,
of Illinois, Adjutant General; Gen. Mil
lick, of Ohio, Quartermaster ; Gen. Wm.
A. Pille, of Missouri, Chaplain.
Resolutions were adopted reaffirming de
votion to the Constitution and laws of tho
country, and abhorrence of treason and op
pression. The organization of the Grand Army of
the Republic is for the maintenance in civil
life of the great principles for which it
stood in arms under the national tiag. it
stands pledged to crush out active treason,
and vindicate at all times the complete
rights of every loyal American citizen
against all combinations of force or fraud.
That Congress, in justice and not in charity,
should pass laws equalizing bounties to all
soldiers and sailors.
FllOH ST- X.OUIS.
Fenian Mcctiiifr -Arrest of Robbers
Fire Protest of Citizens.
St. Louis, Nov. 22. A large and enthu
siastic Fenian meeting was held last night
for the purpose of electing a district Centre
for Missouri. Senator O'Sullivan of New
York, and several other prominent Fenians
spoke, urging immediate organization.
Dan O'Madagon was nominated as district
Centre, subject to the approval of Colonel
A committee of three were appointed to
superintend the re-organization of circles
and enrollment of military companies, and
recommend that a meeting for that purpose
be held on Friday night
Wm. J. Seldon, alias BilL Stewart, who
rohbed Jackard & Co's jewelry store of about
312,000 worth of diamonds on Tuesday, was
captured yesterday, at Odin; Illinois, end is
now in jail here, together with his supposed
confederate, named Charles Sanderson.
A new brick flouring mill and an old frame
mill adjoining, containing a large amount of
flour and corn, belonging to Norton & Kirtle,
was burned yesterday. Loss about 60,000.
Insured for 30,000 in New York joffices.
A considerable number of prominent citi
zens of St. Louis, sent a strong protest to
Governor Fletcher against the recent sale of
the Iron Mountain Railroad, on the ground
that other parties bid more than the parties
to whom the road was awarded by the Com
missioners of Extension.
A quart mill owned by Davidson &
Bradth, near Central City, Colorado, was
recently burned. Loss estimated at S100,000.
Washington, Nov. 22. The publication
ia made, apparently by authority, in the
National Republican of this morning, that the
President is necessarily engaged on import
ant public matters preparatory to the early
assembling of Congress, and will have no
time until after the meeting of that body to
give the slighest attention to applicants for
office. All such matters are referred to the
heads of the different departments. Office
seekers and their friends can save themselves
much time nnd expense by acting on tho
above hint, and will relieve the President
from the unpleasant necessity of declining to
entertain and examine their applications.
It is a physical impossibility for him to pre
pare his message and at the same time trans
act the daily business appropriately belong
ing to bis Cabinet Ministers.
The Indian Office to-day publishes pro
posals for a supply of Indian annuity goods
for the ensuing year. The place of delivery
has been changed from New York to 'St.
S'csrro SalTrntrc Payment of Dcbtc
New Orleans, Nov. 22. Flake' Gal
veston Bulletin, which supported Governor
Hamilton's peace bill, aad which is still the
organ of the Union party, cornea cut, to-day,
in distinct opposition to universal or quali
fied negro wflrage.
The Texas Stay law, approved by tha
Governor, require payrnenU on all judg
ments rendered be&e the' first, of Jsauary
1607) to be made ia four ahnual-Irtstal men is
of one-fourth each.
Death of an old- Citizen of ITow-JJaYen.
New Haven, Conn., Nov. 22. James
Brewster, one of the oldest and most promi
nent citizens of New Haven, died this
morning, aged seventy-ciglit years.
Montreal, Nov. 22. Prince Dora and
Duke Grasok, two of the wealthiest and
noblest citizens of Rome, are here, receiving
A cable dispatch announces the contribu
tion of $10,000 from Glasgow, for the Que
bec relief fund.
The Fenian trials commence on the 3d of
December, at St. Wcstburg, county town
JlcctliiK of the Freediuen'H Union Con
vention nt Uostou.
Boston, Nov. 22. A large meeting, for
the purpose cf raising funds to carry on the
work of educating the freedraen, was held
by the New England branch of the Freed
men's Union Convention, in the Tremont
Temple last night. Addresses were made
by ex-Governor Andrew, Rev. Henry W.
Beecher, Geo. Thompson, of England, and
Denial of Gen. Lo;rau.
New Y'ork, Nov. 22. The Post's Wash
ington special says General Logan denies
the statement that he is preparing to im
peach the President.
Death of Johu TU Chaperon.
Philadelphia, Nov. 22. J ohn B. Chape
ron, a prominent member of the Philadel
phia bar, died suddenly to-day.
There was a slight fall of snow here this
New York, Nov. 22. The packet ship
Mercury, from Havre on the 20lh October,
arrived tat evening. She left with four
hundred fifty-passengers, thirty-fourof whom
died on the post enge, mostly German. Dis
ease is not stated. The vessel is now at
Toronto, C. W., Nov. 22. The Govern
ment is directing iU attention to the re-arm
ing and equipping of the volunteer batte
ries of the Province. Each batterv in fu
ture is to be made up to four guns all of
equal calibre, and will consist of thirty-nine
pounuers anu iwenty-iour pound howitzers.
It is thought that these will be the best in
this country where it is impracticable to ob
tain long ranee, and where most artillerv
fire will take place within a range of 2,000
yards tho probability of not more telling
against an enemy, while this simple mode
of managemeut will make them still greater
lavorues in iiic voiuniecr lorce. Upper
isanauian garrisons are being rapidly armed
with Enfield rifles, the latest and best im
provement on the old Enfield, and a large
number of the troops in the Province will
soon tie in possession of breech loaders.
Seven hundred have arrived for the use of
the 17th regiment, aud will be distributed
among the corporals next week.
FROM SAX FRAXCISCO.
San Francisco, Nov. 22. A letter from
President Juarez to the Mexican Consul at
this city, dated Chihuahua, October 15, says:
uen. Armaua leit i .rasso to form a junc
tion with Anezat to attack Durano. which
was supposed to have been evacuated by the
French and earrisoned bv the iSfTiin Im
perialists. Only little resistance was ex
Juarez pardoned two traitors named Er-
reques and Alonzo, but had refused to par
don Carraneza and Mcntza, who were exe
cuted. They were held responsible for
crimes committed while in Chinuahua was
under Imperial rule.
Sleeting of tho Xcw Yorlt Chamber of
New Y'ork. Nov. 22. A special racetinor
of the Chamber of Commerce took place
i.: -.A- r .i. r
una uiiciuuuii, lur kiiu uurimsu ui receiving
a icjiurt irom me special commiuee ap
pointed to consider the expediency of pre
senting a memorial to Congress in favor of
the abolition of the tax on cotton. The re
port recommended that the tax bo abolished,
on the proundof its beintr expedient iustat
this time, as well as oppressing and practi
cally unconstitutional, it was adopted.
Senator Doollttle and Gen. Rousseau.
New Orleans. Nov. 22. Senator Doo
little returned to-day from Texas, en route
General Rousseau is in the city on a short
New Y'ork, Nov. 22. The. disease which
broke out on the ship Mercury, on her pas-
Base lo this nort. already noticed, is now
pronounced cholera. It appears that tho
epidemic broke out among the passengers
shortly after tho vessel left FT.avn nnil arm.
tinued its ravages up to the moment when
she arrived at quarantine. The disease is
said to be a severe type, and all the symp
toms show that it is Asiatic cholera. A
large number of passengers are still suffering
irom the disease, their wants and necessities,
however, are beinir promptly attended to by
the officers on board and tho quarantine
Buffalo Hoard (if Trade Xcw York Cen
Buffalo, N. Y, Nov. 22. The Buffalo
Board of Trade, to-day, passed a resolution
to address letters to the various Canal Com
missioners, and to the Auditor of State.
urging upon them the great necessity for an
increase of the force emsloved at each and
all locks on tho Eric Canal, so as to give
me lunesi lacimies ior uasiening property
to tide-water. The resolution was passed
in consequence of a large amount of pro
duce afloat and delayed, by a break at Pal-
The Commercial Advertiser, of this city.
commenting editorially on the Herald's spe
cial, from Troy, about the New York Cen
tral road says: " e know that in the event
of Mr. Fargo' s election, no change whatever
would occur in the prevent arrangements
with the express companies on the Central
road, except such as might be for the benefit
of the stockholders of the road, and in such
r. case that would not apply to one express
company equally with another, lor Alr.rar
co would not show any partiality for cither.
The competition between the express com
panies would not be interfered with. The
facilities extended to the American would
be extended likewise to the Merchant's
Union, the interest of the stockholkers, and
not to the interest of any express company.
It would be the first consideration with the
President of the Central railroad, if Mr,
Fargo filled that position.
Cabinet Meetlnc Ijirce Xuiuber of
Visitors nt tho White House, Ete.
Washington, Nov. 22. There was quite
a large attendance of persons at tho White
House to-day, many ot whom saw the Pres
ident. At half-post 2 o'clock the different mem
bers ot the Cabinet assembled, by request of
.i. t r.i , .1.. .. i : i...,l.
having been necessarily omitted, caused by
the absence of the President, who was at
Baltimore participating in the imposing
The President to-day appointed Edward
Uhl, of New York, U. S. Consul at GauU
mala. I Gen. B. S, Alexander, so long in com
mand of the defences of Washington, wiU
soon leave for California, to superintend the
construction of the defense to San -Fran
Admiral Dahlgreen is about leaving
Washington, to assume command of the
The fol lowing items of appropriations have
just been officially completed from the acts
passed at the late session or Uongreai : .t en
sions, $17,940,000; deficiency for sundry civil
expenses. 400.451.418: naval service for the
year ending June 30, 1807, $1,80,4CC,760.
I'osiomce uepanmeni ior me year cuuing
June 1807, S1,94C,955; 3filitanr Academy
for the year ending June 30, 18o7, $301,467,
fortifications and other defenses, $1,540,000:
completion of public works, $300,804,791,
army for the year ending June 30, 1807,
S38.000.424.183: 1 emulative, executive and
judicial expenses for the year ending June
30, 1807, WV,HiU; consular anu uic
diplomats expenses for the year ending
June 30, 1SC7, $707,412,670; deficiencies for
the year ending June 30, 1567, $6,lol,573;
miscellaneous, l-'7W,oKiJoy. loumiu,
New York,Not.22. The Western Union.
Telegraph company has just opened their
newly completed overland line to California
by way of Denver City. Tlihi line k an addi
tion to the old one by way of Fort Laramie
and the South Pass. The new one is con
structed in a superior raannerr and there
will probably be little future, interruption
in telegraphic communication with the
j -The Western Union Com pas y have also
opened their sew Hue between Salt Lake
City and Montana, thus bringing the mialsg
districts of Uistnterrltory iato direct com
munication, with the rest of tie telegraphic
SONS OF TEMPEBAHCE.
'PIIE MEMBERS OF TENNESSEE MVI
X SION No. SO. are earnestly rsqaesteil to bo
i prwontTHIS KVKNrNli, u business of import
i anee will be broazht beforo tha D.vision.
liy order of tho Vr. P.
, L.1X. EASTMAN, B. S.
HAY! HAY! I HAY!!!
BALES PRIME T1MOTUY. to arrive en
thflltMm,, TvrAnfl H Vnm In-
iTnr iaIa Inir tA
MASSKNUALE & S.NVDHK-
OFFICE 31 Sonth Cullesre street, ncit tloor to
Fireman's Hall. We will deliver our favorite
Round Screened S 00'
Nut St 50
Steam - 3 40
rt. It. SAMPSON CO.
A. Stkwikt. u. II. IIODDKf.
A Ornud Inauguration Knll.
OF THE NXSflVIXLE CATIIOLICBENEVO
lent Association, will be given at Masonic
Temple on Thursday. November, 2Hb, All the
Lovers of Good Music, Handsome Ladies, and a
fino Supper, will honertbe greatest festivity of the
season with their presence.
Terpjiehere Trill smilo on yon Gentleman and
coMxrrriiE or abeaxoimixts.
GiorobT AV. McNctlv. T. II. Cuxsi.voiiam.
Johx' w. Mitchell. Philip Olyill.
JOHX BCTLIE. Kd. J. FotXT.
E.U. MOLVIHILL. P.J. MCNULTY.
Thomas D. Dpkft. J. J. Curtis.
Tkbaxck P. Wadk. P. J. Skxtos.
FOR SAIiE AT AUCUON.
OX TUHSIlAY, 4TII OF niX'KJlDEIt,
on tho premite?, nt 11 o'clock, a two story
pitlCU 1IOU.SK, No. p South Spruee street!
in one of the finest neighborhood in tho eity. Lot
fronting about 37 fest on Spruce, running; back
ITU feet nioroor less. l an alter.
Terms libsral. and made known at tho rale.
ANDERSON, JOHNSON 3c SMITH.
, Real Estate Agents.
BIG ItEAL ESTATE SALE
Valuable City Property,
On tho 5th December, 1SOG.
AT 10 O'CLOCK. WKDXESDAY, 5T1I
December, wo will offer at publie outcry,
several pieces of elioiee Central .City Property, as
TWKNTV-MVKrEEri'on tho car. of Broed
nnd Cherry streets. Seventy foeftleep, part of the
Tobacco Manufactory of Morgan 3c MoDanicl, on
which is a three story Brick House.
TWEXTY-FIVK FEET adjoining, samo
depth, fronting on Broad street with three story
F1FTEEX FEET on samo street, adjoining
mo aooTe, wnu lureo siory jmeK llouso.
TWENTY-FIVE FEET adjoining the above,
samo improvements and samo depth.
TWENTY-FIVE FEET adjoinlBg. running
uac uuu uuuurvu auu unnj leci, more or loss.
Tho abovo ono hundred ami fifteen fi m
braces all tho three storv hnildini- nml irtui.1 l,riv
wails are run up from tho foundation to the eared
oi mo rooi. ana oonstituto tiro stores.
FOURTEEN FEET NF.VF.N IVsntFJO
fronting on Cherry" street, near the corner of
U . . 1 1l. n : 1 1. ll : . .
..in v u l 1 1 j , hiiu omttii nupniTcmcni.
FFry rKET on Cherry st,. good depth, next
north of Captain Storkells residence, and near the
first mentioned property.
FOIITY FEET on Chcry street, a little south
ui mo asi menuonea piece.
TWENTY FEET on flrnaA .lrn. mn hun
dred and thirty deep, within ono hundred feet of
me morgan e juclianlel property.
To all of which wo respectfully invito tho atten
tion of persons wishing safe and protitablo invest-
Terms Ono-half Cash, balanco In six and
twelvo months, with interest from date, nnd lien
retained. A. NELSON Jt CO. I.....
J.L. ill. W. BROWN. AEenU-
IHO BARRELS OF BELLE OF LOGAN
300 Peices Bagging and Rope.
0,000 New Gunny Bag?.
SMITH, PARKES & STARKE.
No. 5 Market street.
T7IVE IIONDKED ACRES, LYING
Jj on Dusk river, in Hickman county. Tennes
cee, about One Hundred and Twenty-five acres
cleared, balance well timbered. Tho whole ad
mirably adopted to the cul ture of Cotton Corn, etc
1.200 AcrcH, Finely Timbered, Tennessee
bottom Lands, about twenty mile' above John-
sonville. Apply to, or address
ED WD niOKS.
nov20 1m Nashville, Tennessee
Great Snlo or Elj;ci1elil Property,
ON FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23d, 1SCG. at 1
oelnck. on the nremlscs. we will offer for sale a
Auction, that splendid residence in Edgefield,
known as the " Hardy Bryan Place." The house
contains six rooms, besides basement, and neces
sary out-tiuililings. About two ana a nau acre
of ground will be sold with tho house. We will
also sell from 40 to 60 Building Lots on Barry,
Foster and other streets. Tho whole qltbispro
Dertv is handsomely elevated, and commands a
fino view of Nashville and thesurroundlng coun
Terms liberal. A tnlondid Collation. Omni
buses leave our offices. 38)4 Union street aad west
side Pnblio Square, at 1Q$ o'clock A. u.
J. L. AR.fr. BROWN,
ANDERSON. JOHNSON Jc SMITH,
DOCTOR JOSEPH JONES,
LATI Or ACOBSTA, QIOBOU,)
T) BSPECTFOLLY OFFERS HIS PR0FPS
I sional services to the eitixens ofNuh vllle.
OfEee at his residence No. 7 North Vine street.
First class Note Paper at $8 00 per ream.
First class Letter Paper, at Si 00 per ream.
First class Foolieap Paper, at $1 00 per ream.
First class Legal Cap Paper, at 30 00 per ream.
Freneh Note Paper, in J roam boxes, St 00 po
ream. WM. GAMBLE 3t CO,
nov20 tf 2S Cherry street
AC Hnfi SLATE PWfOftS. In weodeo
lU,UUU boxes, at 29 eeaW per 100.
Best French espying Ink, (purple, il X at. bet.
Best Freneh spjlne.lnk, purple, atpt. bet.
Best Btaek Ink. atife. pt. bet.
ArneU'A 1W, (l, ptf.Jet. J.,?nI 2m.
Ifll. GAMBLB a CO..
nov39-tf .i' .$S Cherry street.
TT1NVHL0PH6, atManafceinrers' Priees, traas
Vj porUitw aaly added, aitorze stoek of ail
ntes and QaVHtletf.
... a r f. I If ill 11 rr
jior3-t( 'S College street!
3? Cherry street.
6 J dot. Calf Foeket 8mU at S SO per do ,
y, di, Morooo Pocket Books at l per dz.
X dot, Moroeo Peeket Books, at $0 00 per des
400 Photograph Albums. M pfetore at 40 eeats.
200 rrws Esterbrook's B4ei Pea, at W. pr. gn.
WAL CA-BLE CO.
novOOtf 36 Cherry .street.
French Boot and Shoemaker,
So.22 DeadcrleJi htrctt,
A FINE 3TOCK Of Ills Vftvi Arai
Freoab Calf Skins always on haaA Good
work. Kit-! -aterlais. and tew price.
Latest fasblea gnarastsed.
MOSEY TO JLOAJ.
"PERSONS DBSIRINa LOANS ; OH ?IB3X
V Oiu Mortgagf Notes. wBl addros F. U
Loekliz 71. Srer tSeir proper skaatares. with
diseriptten of property, amount wasted, eW.
Statfenerr. alrlfewar IMn any old st&skv at
... : MM.YUI. ITAU1111KIX UU.
Sloudny and Tncwlivy, Nor. SO nnii 37.
Friday, Sov. 30, Knturtlajr, Dee-. J.
.4 . - """"
nssr ArrcsKASVE ar w cklmaats o
Nightingale Opera Troupe,
Undes tho inmedfate direettea f Mr. (Is.
Ko!(Kt3.eoaipriBg a eembtaatWa of Elch tci
talented representatives of Ethiopian eharaetoM,
will appearsa aboto.m an ealireaew Progmaae,
Bthiopian Melodies, New Sweat. Oupsy. etv
rerfull particulars, see stnalt Mttgr teedty
rjMIK SUBSTANTIAL STKAMER.
will leave far the above, and aH intera
mediate Landings on Nnturilny, tfee 9Hb isu.
at 10 o'iloek a. v.
For Freight or Passage, apply on board, or to
HARRISON Si SON& Agent.
nov23 td St Upper Levee.
For Cairo and St. ton is J lrccl.
rpnE NEW AND SUBSTANTIAL
jl cicauicr. ...... . a. .
Taylor. Master, will desalt as above.
on riciaT. tuc jsa urn., at i 'eteeK r. M.
For freight or Passage, apply to
llAKltlSOiM S bOtfS, Age
3S Upper Levee
For St. I.ouis.
rpiIE SWIFT AND ELWIANT
all intermediate Landtags, oa Friday theSM
inst, at -4 o'clock r. it.
For Freight r l'aosage. apfirea board to
HARRISON X Oys. Agents.
nev!B td S Upper Levee.
For Memphis, Yicl8bnrt
Natchez, and New Orleans,
tylK SITBOTANTIAL (iwaw.
1 i.vvin WHITE, g. B.
cT. . . m..,. It. T 1 It...
Clerk, will depart as above, aad s
intermediate landings ea Mntnrdny, 2Ilt
lust,, at 5 e'etimk r.M.
rr f reight or Passage, apply m board, or to
HARRISON 4 SONS,! , ,
For Xadncah and Cairo.
(Connecting nt Cairo with regular paokecs I r
Memphis. New Orleans. b4 Si. LouW
1 Vim NKW AND KLKUANT
X i awnrr learner,
mu a. . vai" siTgj a . tfnuuu asts!
4 4MisatAMa 11 m ns j
l'rlIuy, thoSMiast,. at t 'itek r. m.
a atM m
Through Tickets givoa t alt ism ah
For freight or itfri Vewd, or
HARRISON X SONS. Ageo
. 31 rtoei SWetl
For Louisville and Cincinnati
MMIK KKOULAR NASHVILLE
jl ana 1,1 twin sail raetec iMfatumr 1
Steamer. II.VYAXA. AIiuui (S.iur .
Master; Batchlob. Clerk, wilt (caw fertin
above ami intermediate paiats Ml Sutiirtluy,
tho 34th Inst., at 5 a eloek r. v.
For FretKbt or Pass, aphr ea Ward, or to
W. A. PKKHI.SH. Ami.
Cor. Broad andPpoot tta.
M 8BLEii1S TRADE
R E-0 P E H E D.
5IAGXIFICEXT STEAM Kit,
M. S. MEPHAIP
JiLIJAH WOOD, 3fnstr,
O. C OATHS, Clerk,
WILL COMMENCE MAKINO RMBLAR
trips to New Orloaas. and ia4mdlal
ports, on the first of December neiUondsoufciue
throughout tho regular boating seasoa.
The Mepbam. lands A No. I, 1r lasaraaeai
has all tho modern improves eeu. found oa aar
Side-Wheel Steamer, therefore. FreKklea ad
Passengers will find her not only saleVSitCtfm
fortahlo and luxurious. Her eeeaauiwliiat has
a leng experience, aad therefore, &akpJifi
tanty in anticipating a liberal a sffMss;
Persons desirous of farther iaftrmallea. wtH
apply en beard, or to
IIAItKISO.V &. BONN, Agents.
CORIIITT t IIOYD, Ap:ilt.
nov2& tf a. r. a t. s.
Chartered Capital, 9500,000.
This is a Hmt Company, e&artefejdVy thsflwsjts'
latare ofTennesjee, and is new rajaatstj,.ai(d
prepared te take Risks ea a fcrr terms as
any Eastern Company.
OFFICE, S3 OlIEItltY HTRFJKT,
GEN. N. II. PEAKCE. PrcalJt.
S. L. TRIPPB. Secretary.
DR. J. 11. LF0OIR. OesmliAgent.
MEIVKY J. Uia,
Q PKCIFIfiATIONS AND WORKINfl DX
Office, at the JIaxweJl Heme.
W. D. Fulton-.
J. J. M4ttc
TciiiicNHce Orplnm Ahja1iij ,
ClurkHTllIe, TenncsHC. '104 02
rrillia INSTITUTION BKIXS NOW
I - si- !.. U ,)! ts sultxtaJ
malion. Uusmkaiu, ew., ar reiiy rcqawlo!
net te seed SbUdren to CUrkavllle. pHar to ttnfe
eerrespeadeaee, as Ihe Ofaeon of tho lasttimiqil
will be respooslMo for the mm of ae ssttMaen
whoso ease bos pot been MvasLr sMsedertd fer
flea. MARION lltXKY. fnmitm.
Twer throagsjoat tkt State wise desire (M
seharity moat argeatly demanded, will eotv fee
above. toe tat
To Nashville Business Men.
Tho Murfrooaboro Monifbr
14 ONK OP THX
nnvr Anvimnsixo ni:riim.v -is
EIN'I PUBLMHBD IX OWH
wMllhlattdistf letsef taeMet. 1
large and Inwreasinr etrealatteM in
SMUWTOIWWIIWJ . ,.
i .1. tf - - HA
aw 1 11 nil MM
DttsraeM rant wi wi - jttk
iZ.l M,H.. ttcul a ,
11. U. .MACbAlitJOUUI.
Bevn.-i. i a
COMFORTABLE BRICK IMHWft.
l.irr. rtuunm. aBal A IWfell. WsHt St
balf aeresef gardes let nt efcoij. wMa a,
ilhtttuaa it tha tenataiM of Use Otessr 8
Kai'-iwad. Tens. $9 a year eeasUsty. Ib i
vrsee, aad possession flrea mmsiWatsly. 1
Aba. will lease est favetsMle Wish, seewetat
the most beaeflfaf suite fwd Lees arevsMl tke
raEaeref yease. o mesne Meet wee
te jko petes, iiifta Me fcr rgylwees ttrmeik
tlea and itWasee a few Me4nl y4s ef Ike
t, .r t uu . t .... OS.JU.....1 '
Store, eeraer efAUr
M S BEBITH'S
SI'LEXDID BLOCK OF
INb&i. -IT and "tO,
College Street, near Broatl;
new th vwiTiiwstefceSiTwf At. ftj
leaf teeaeee, also, up s4sJ JT seaeWaj
PA-ialaeterlM UUaee, .te ge wWi lease f
...... tun tim Kmt at JasMtaf mm. or ft
Nolo la &. wM aPPrveJ seesMtt.emt
1 advaaee. w.MsWV. Aiuu
DoLW.Jc.BASSta. Acotfesewe. ;
BOTH it . ; '
Orphans may erresnoad with Mia. A.", HIS- OB
yon. Corresponding Secretary. wb will fa raft'
hlank &rm of aDBHeetioo. awl aH other ltfft-
Jl Ww sajraaaa u. lUHfS nuw uni ssssisw sjsj sis ssa u ssjwjaj
, I r t -'flB
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