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NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, STffDAY, NOVEMBER' 25, 1866.
NEWS OJT THE TAJT.
The Canadian Governmcntucngagedin rearm-
Ins itrf olunteer'batteries. - "
Heavy Knows have fallen In Central and North
ernGolorado7 t "i ' T
The Memphis police are breatingjupja. gann of
horse thieTe-Jwhojiave infested the suburbs. '
The ttalotoFf Illinois it tho Tate election
was 350,423. Loean's majority, 57,017. j
Returns from all the counties of Wisconsin,
moifof "lh"cm official", make tho Republican mt
Tho Jefiereo'nvJllS, IJlinoif. '.Democracy' Bate
passed , itronsreso'lutfons against the Chicago
Timel' ?''-v: "
There are thirty-tiro Fenians remaining in jail
at Toronto. It is expected their trial will bo com
menced on the 3d of December.
The Catholic Bishop of Savannah has just is
sued a letter, suggesting the education of colored
youths for tho clerical work at the South.
Official reports show a great incrcaso of smug
gling on the Northern frontier, which is owing, in
a great part, to the appointment of inexperienced
The Western Union Telegraph Company has
extended anew line to tbo-Pacific, jind also.con
nected 'the tnlnlngj region of Montanawitb. the
rest or the worm.
Advices from Salt Lake City giro a gloomy pio
turo of affairs irrUtah Thejgrights oi Gentiles
are not respected by tho Mormons, and lilo'and
'property axe insecure. '."
" Tho United States Treasuroa tho SOthjinst.
held $91,500,003 fc gold,' of which 870.000.000' bo
long to the Government, and the balanco is held
on gold certificates.
Isaac Rector, a private banker in Bedford,
Indiana,, suspended business lastFriday. The
local paper Tcports'hisiabilitios at $90,000, and
the assets not over $35,000.
Tho Washington Jtepublican announces that tho
President has turned tho cold shoulder to office
hunters, and betaken himself to tho composition
of his message
Tho Texas Stay Law has been approved by the
Governor. It requires payments on alljudgments
rendered before January 1, 1867,-to be made in
four annual installments of one-fourth each.
A circular has been issued by the Paymaster
General, under a decision by tho Attorney den
cral, directing the payment of tho extra "bounty
to colored soldiers who werje; slaves when en
The Texas Legislature adjourned tine die on the
13th inst; Among other appropriations; weno
tico ono of $5,000 to pay the expenses of tho Rep
reaentatives of Texas in the United States Senate
The indictment against Colonel Bianton Dun'
can, of tho rebel army, for treason, was dis
missed by Judge Ballard,, of tho; United, States
Court, at Louisvjlle,' on Wednesday Duncan,'
was pardoned by tho President some timo ago.
Tho "Washington correspondent of the Cincin-j
nati Gazette t ays : "Much has been said in regard
to Gen. Grant's interview with the President
concerning the question of amnesty and suffrage.
but this much may bo depended upon, that th
General is a warm supporter of tho constitutiona
The receipts from customs from tho 10th to tho'
19th inst., are s follows: Boston, $291,278: New1
ork, SI ,903,789; Baltimore, $120,290. At Now;
Orleans the receipts from the 4th to the 10th wero
1,320,108, and atSan Francisco from the 20th to
the 27th were $133,411.
Thad. Stevens is understood to be preparing a
bill to make the office of Superintendent ofPablio'
Printing elective by Congress. Bills aro also to be'
introduced early in tho session, it is said, to re
strict tho President's power of removal from
office during tharecess of tho Senate. .
On the 2!st inst. tho Alabama Legislature
clectod ex-Gov. John A. Winston, United Statw
Senator forsix years, from the 4th of March next,
by a majority of four Totes over George S. Houston.;
Dbpatches from various parts of Wisconsin and '
Minnesota, stato that there was a considerable fall
of snow on the 21st inst., averaging two inches.
At Lake City, Wenona and St. Paul there was
good sleighing last evening.
The State Department sent out in tho steamer
which sailed from New York on the 23d. impor
tant dispatches to Minister Adams. Beyond the
fact thatihey related to tho Alabama elnim nnf.
siaersuonoiproienuto know their contents, but
it is stated, with confidence, that Secretary Knw-
ard ana President Johnson, in a conferonco held
at the former's residenco, on Monday evening
Ian, felt assured that the British Government had
made an offer for tho settlement of thoso claims
which will bo entirely satisfactory to this Govern
ment. TheSeorotary of Stato, since August last.
has sent out by every steamer additional lists of
claims for damages sustained by tho Americans
from the rebel cruiser Alabama.
The New York JhrnU (not tho best authority)
nas a report per Atlantic Uable that John II. Sur-
ratt, the accomplice of Booth in the murder of
Mr. Lincoln, was discovered serving in tho Papal
service under the namo of John Watson. Ho was.
so tho story goes, arrested upon tbe demand of
mt. King, our Minister to Rome, but subsequently
managsd to oiude the guard, leapod over a preci
pice, and oteaped into Victor EmanuelV domin
ions, tho authorities of which country arc endcav
onng to rc-onpture him. This story maybe true,
1. .. 1 ! 1 ... 1 , t I . .
uui ins, mtay uie least, very improbable. Ihere
are probably wore Americans visiting Rome than
almost any city on tho European continent, and
it is very un.ikely thatSurratt would place him
self in n position where ho would always be liable
to be recogniiod by people from tho United States.
LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS.
"utuujiw, tin cLuiunL ill liih iMimau i Hrsiiii
an account of the climate.
Bnmor that France will not Consent io
tbe Withdrawal of Her Troops from
JXcxIeo Tbe Cotton Frauds, Etc
New Yobk, Nov. 24. A Herald' Wash
ington special says : It is intimated in of-
spi!,,agricultnra quality and iprice. of the ,1.
; public lancla. th(cost of Jiiing, the rates of jpriBBf
Wages, mode of emigration, and i-ninintr ath.
tUtf TTo i jj.?.. -
...... jh, nui qihj uuivur an ni I f i n-Ku. m
... " uiiu .cugiisu languages, -nius-
iraiing wim maps, drawings and references.
iv mo vuniomia collections.
Army OI ine itepnOUC better.. their condition. Although. We
i I Pay he -unable to perceive an vthinrr to
PrlBcljiles of the Ofg-miizatJou Tlio Uourageour eiTorta in the past history of the
JUBOlatlons Adopted at tho lrac? 4 respecunuy recommend that voh
bvv ! M& iuv iwntutivuii uuvimai i
by thWational ConTentidn'of the Giand
Arrayoi tne Republic:
to the Congress of the United States."
a ..ii.ii ...... . ... i . . . . ... w. ... a
firlal rlrMwi Irint thf Frpnph ftmrprn. . . I AmTiOf. the Ijepublic: A Southern
l, i fijj tr. I n.ii.i. ir si-j ii! '.i.. WM. M. BCKWELH of Va.. dtIivprl iho I t
uj tuc o.iiuigvuicui HuiHuuTAt ntui jixim i mmmmwum uuuuuros. 1 13 uik-uii&cu fcu maiuuiin m civil 11IB tnose I , ' - w I nian, CjSQ
C . 3 i. fitj il l . r I XT. tr -vt n . - -1 4. M? , f l., ... , ininmiMl .1 1 f .1 r I ' 1
oeniiru, iu miauranr luexrcucii iruopairom i jiukk, iNov. tj-ixvo seizures of I Brea' '"uwpies lorwmcn itsiooa in arms i""o"""-iui" ie opening ui me axe-1 career.
K4uiw luu kui, ui4 ntjivuui i.ii niiu-I uui44iiciicB ncic uiauu yesieraay ior alleged u""si, luo uauunm uiig,. iuw 11. twnuivuiiuiui auu oigricuiiurai rairai xvew Or-
urawai un iieii, syiiog. i.i io oeiieveu inai vioiauon oi me revenne Javr, in addition to- PleuirSi crusn out; acuve treason, to aa- Jeans, on the 20th inst. TT mnrlprp,! the
The Fayettyjlle Obsentr, of the 22d eives
propose this plan of national reconciliation , P7001 of the Grand Jury and of
uie memDers ot the 1-ayettville Bar, compli
mentary to Judge Adams, of East Tennes
see, who held the recent term ofthetiincola
Circuit Court. , .
F. O, McCord, Esq- has withdrawn from
the iVeira, and is succeeded by J. W. New-
We wish all parties a successful
this was the subiect before the cabinet -ves. i those alwadv rpnnrtivl Tn nna.:n.innntr.nl.vanceiand sunnort active Iornltv. tn sMin ,n ... . I
. fflM,m .: ; C7J.l.Tr and -Political Economy of the -At
. . J . . v-vv. "iu6.m!jWi(uraiY,aj uriven -ou m .,u.... 1.,; int.., mm . , , , . . lnr
Thn timet .ftF nrfirM fnma l.nw I n fxA C Mt . . ! . . . . t I f a ViMHiMitn AWAw.t.y.yv .l .1 .11 T ... -. I iSOtlth in 1 mnai !Ml nfmroto.naiw,n J I Oi
ll". M14W VI WllbKii 1U4JJO .UUi IV 4(11 t3 I bl KJ n U Ul 111C11 Willi I T I Tl'l 1 1'Tl Cf 1 l,im With HI I4UU1M1Q C1C1 T IT11C1C U11U ill illL ' " . wwiv, D illlU I
Clarksville Chronicle, of the 23d,
been a voluntai-y act on the part of General I personal injury if he did not leave the pre- i e and complete, rights of every loial elaborate manner, treating, under approprt
the election for officer and
the Montcomerv Arrim,liMi ini 'r-
1 ; , . " . I. ' ... . iii-
wiauiuai Asaociauon, u. 11. VVarneld waa
Government. Jt appears that Ortega
merely me instrument ot only a sma
clique of Frenchund .British merchants who
are anxious to .secure the trade of Mexico.
and to prevent it irom tailing into the Amer
ican hands, lne native population unani
monsiy adnere to Juarez.
The cotton frauds, as developed, in the in
vestigations by the Retrenchment Commit
tee, are Assuming prodieious proportions.
The business of smugglinc on the Canadian
is I The examination into the case of the did of foT or fraud that may attempt to deny t w.i,- i , , , , ,, .
tU tillers was continued by Comffioner New- deFive him of such 6 conclusion, he prop6nnded the following
ton no new evidence was adduced.
.That we pledge all the power arid 111- proposiUon.-
American citizen against all combinaticats ate heads", all the ereat in tar. iiCnl. S?? .YL
nr tnnu nr franri ihot mm, ttamnt .n Hint. . " . . n.4uuE, oecreiarv ana lTpasn-
rer. Directors Messri. J. H. iramhU TV.
L. Thomas, T. O-bum, T. McCulloch, W.
From Kincston. Jamaica, on tl. i4it, flnenca which, as individuals or as an ass o-1 There ia' another aeencv. Mr. rPsMont I Ji.V1- Mt?lZ ?-H.?Wi?8oni
mat. we learn thnt th onnl.o i,n. ciation we can Iesitimatelv wield in tho I which this Assnmntinn Tnnv nffar tn tl: ''i"1 wnoison, xs. Jv,
t.i ' m4 "5-1 ' ii... . ' ,, . ";, . -7.t: . . "- veil. J. tl. Johnson. I. W TTillmn
ivpn. 1 musL crDPiai mannpr m inojip Dnnsnc mim i nniun. An. " innnornoi i vnA. r 1 1. . - ...........
Ihe Iiegislative Asaemblv waL inantmra. I woqypd fast by their country in its hohr I Southern people.'! At this .meetintr
uu 111c ium mt.
Complaints were rife ah nnt
and obnoxious laws.
TDrrEii TTrrvrT . i n.pli, t. 1.
of agon,, in the rebellious States, and who, South might determine jon an industrial sys-1 on a :big deer hunt, in Humphries county..
high duties tnro8'. ali manner ot losses and lnjunei, tem adequate to the era. It might assign to I returned last Saturday, and -report having
persectiions by force and persecutions under each section of the South such pursuits as I killed thirty-seven deera. Mr.tBoston. nfitbS.
Ihe business of Bmugghng on the Canadian Our dates from British Honduras are da- color. 0law maintained their integrity and were adapted to its climate and soil. May county, should have the "horns." having
and Kio Grande tarders is rapidly declining ted at Belize, October 27th. The health of vindicated their loyalty ; and we solemnly I be allowed to indicate such a general dis- killed nine, being more than was killed by
owing to the vigilance exercised by Govern- the colony was good, although, the weather 'jJd-ureJb.at no power that we can tiso shall tribution? 1. To all the staple States the any other man of the party, which was com--
iuj. uuitcm. i was rainv and winnr. Th i uc nusiecieu uniu iney are moroueaiv ana i proaucuon oi mose Btames whpninouor it i nosed oi same twelve at fifinon mor,
New York, Nov. 24. The Post's Wash- said to be the best ever raised in the conntrv1. compleiely protected in the active exercise may be profitable. 2. To Virginia, Mary- The Shelbyyille BemMican denies that
ington special says Mr. Ward haa asked an New Yobk, Nov. 24. The week close Jhe rights of the American freemeir, land; Kentucky and Tennessee, the building I there has been any cholera in that place for
ith but little news out of the j lunW?P uie enure country over wnicnour oi viuagesi ana mo organization of mecnan- more than a month. The statement had
explanation from the French Government P quietly, with
in. relation to the continued occupation of usual course from any quarter.
- r i. i mi i i . T
Mexico, but no demand has been made.
Current reports that the President ft
ready to abandon his policy, are without
Speech of Earl Derby on American Af-
The feverish PTfltpmpnf in IVnll :s
subsiding, but thing3 are in a vert uncer- fAntyi should pass a law equalizing in a.
tain condition in their relation to the fti- JHs; mpner the bounties of all Union sol-
ture. J aiers.ana sauors.
Tlio nnr,r.nn.nnn ivi Hi si:i ' j.l 4. That we now. an heretnforp. nlpntm rain
..w uiiuiii:&uicum iui tuc uiiiiLarv lunuie i . . 1 l o
on Monday, (evacuation dak) in this city1, ".eIve3 "se aT endeavors to procure
flagtiloats. ical employments. 3. To the hill country been made that several cases had occurred.
-.; i u i is . . i .t m W. . 1
sonoi coiioa imocioina. 4. xotaecitroft
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New Orleans, the Venico of thn Snntl, RMa
and her eister cities which gem the Gulf, the I
conaucioi ooutnern commerce.
) e need a proper svstem of moral, intel-
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have been .completedi It is believed that aPPPJte . e and ?auonaI legislatioa j Icqtual and industrial development with
iments of the I ms-uuiuon auu uiainienancoi tne or-1 ino employment oi ail ine laciiitics ot mod-
The Jonesboro Flag says :
A man well dressed, in a suit of Mark
broadcloth, having sandy hair and whiskers,
and calling himself Tom Brown, (undoubt
edly ficticious,) left a male infant, about two
not less .than twentv-fnnr rPfrlnWa nf n,o 'or the education and maintenance of the or-1 the employment of all the facilities of mod- weeKs old, with some colored people hvine
xt- -tf . . - m AH I n 1 O w" " " I il . 1 - ? J 1 1 1 I . I mUa f i-i vtIi-M .r iL! 1 .
rEW iokk, sov. z. ine speech of-Earl nwt division will be in the line. nnmbprinr wiuuwq o ueceasca comraaea ana lern progress wnicn prevail elsewhere. If ',.u"ra ' s piace, ana
Derby at the Lord Mayor's banquet in Lon- about 10.000. maimed brethren, and to enforce a speedy such a system, made applicable to the stand, then left? for parts unknown. The child was
don, already referred to by telegraph, con- Jas. Tierney shot Edward Barry to-day adjustment and payment of all lawful claims ard and objects of Southern civilization, furn"tied with three auits; of clothes of the
tained tlie followinrr : "With rprm-d in that I in a drinking minnn m,n ii. J .acainstthe Government due soldiers and I shall become the care of the Litfv,mnn k ' finest texture, giving evidence of wealthv
great country, our natural friend, our rela- Cth avenue, killing him. The .murderer 8aL,0IS. aDd, their heirs. theme of the scholar, and the field of hon- onSlD- .he conflicting stones told by the
tion I may call it, that great Republic wag arrested. . o. inat in our opinion no man is worthy orable and useful ambition, there can be no
acro33 the Atlantic, the storm of war ha3 in-1 No new cases cholera among the passen-1 0 -e .a,Vree c"izea of a ree conntry who u J doubt of the successful introduction of a sys
deed ceased thcre.lbut the surface, nay, I gers of the ship Mercury to-day, : 'arid1 only notJwl's t0 tear arma its defense, and fern which ha3 led a Peel, a Cobden, a Clin-
may say the interior ot Bociety, is still ruf? one death. we,uiereiure, suggesiro uqngress me passage I ton, ana a seward to power and distinctic
flpil nnrt nmlntpd. Vpt T rannol nf KoKnir. I . I Of a law makmST it the inexorable dutv of I nt the. samp tfmp tlio fnilnra tn rorwir,;.
. . . . . u . wu wvmviv 1 w . . , . . J I r j w .u. . v. .v .w,444vo 413 1 - . . . T .. , . . 1
that - that erreat and5 oweruination. whreh Fltoil, MOXTitEAEj.- every citizen to defend hia country, in Ume importance has bronffht death. hnnnW A him, declaring no one shall have him. and.
lfas made such glorious efforts for the pur- Tmnm ' cJ-ir.- . of nei m person and not by substitute. I ruin upon the truest, the freest, and the most in hia own language, will fight for him if
pose of keeping down the burden of debt the iaio fT. oy Q- That, as a matter of justice and, right, virtuous people the world has ever known, necessary.' 'He says he means to make
which that war has entailed on its national Omm tvt oia i t. and because the sacrifice made and dangers Such a polity of improvement, of emnlnv P?m a straight-out Kadical, and has given
finances which il malancsuch efforts to re tnnn.r'.l,wi' - ZL, ,"a 11 Cl encountered by the Union soldiers and.sail-. ment-of charitr. of liberty, cannot un. nim the name of William Tecumseh Sher-
n c r-5 r.;- r i 1 1 . 1 --- -"' in uiu l wux C,.J : 1, r iL' I ,t j.. 1.-I1 . 4JW . " mnn Th liftlo " fllnt J A
i-uveriia uuauciai wuiiiu;i j. cannoi. dui 1 luimf ifiotriVf ,n i 1 -vi m mo ire m ui mc uie-1 nwmj uie ueart ur mieiieci anv n.1-1 r ii ouiccu 111
. . ... - ... .1 -w. .., ... . . . v.. Mluii t 114 uiu 47CVJIIin I - IT . : . P il . . . 1 . .-.,...-. J 1 I . 1
ye that a country so deeply interested hum, nnf hi- tlm ti fn ra XZ eervauon oi me country cannoi ever peiuiiy tnot. Beuurmg juou nome.
man, and his sudden disappearance, betokens
it 1 :f.u ?i i
mo uappeiuDgoi an -scciaeni" in one of
"the best of families V Mr. Alfred Brown.
a neighbor, hearing of the little stranger.
hitrnf 1iof;n i.. ...1 T. e .1 . ,
believe that a country so deenlv interested w, i.. c "Yn WIT iL.,f.r servation of the country cannot ever be fully triot.
i ., . ik ! ... i - j w v uiv ii ui uuu niici uzl i r i t ii .11 1 .1 4 .1 1 . .
in -erscience or seH-government will as for the winter. A great many are migrat-. S,ny i "Ti. 1 1. .U Se"1 em.en anrt otfh,ers ke you From the Lebanon .irfWfr of yesterday,
ruMl if'tnnir.hnir n mmnnm t m nn : i. ,L.n -..i t.... J thOntV-OestOW UDOn needV and worth V Rol.l Bhflll ripprp fliJa rhinm tn ...U : I ;iui;,
which at nresent Tirevaila. anil .PThihih tn I a i.i! t i diera and sailors, such Positions Of honor and I nreaaed on the cnnnlrv. Tt r;n onn fln,l
theorld at no distant period tfie gratiffinil Afarsden i rVt!n 7 TJi - J Pf't a they may be competent to fill, and, representative men in the public councils, TnE Election. The total vote in WH
nrnsnpntnf n:rrpat anmnil nnrl a tirn.mi.a I t,:i:i ,t . . 1 while we seek nothmc for ourselves and I MakA. thpn thpsn Ta nt T,m, : n son county fctand.. for Clarke. (Conserve.
community, I maybe permitted to sav. if. i,InfmnK iti, vE vJ o;? JTi: those of our comrades who are able to main- your votes. Support no man for office who Ltive) 491, for Robertson (Radical,) 197,
in course of that dreadful war which has sd iran nnrt, l,v wi,?p1, the .n,.i r t"T" . tain themselves, we do earnestly recommend can do nothing for his country save to drink Jea.ng Clarke a. majority of 29 1. DeKalb
was prevented. , ?rines; 10 ,ne coeraiion ot all in au- its health; who can do nothing for his con- i ..S gu -twoerison a majority ot ijea.
- moriiy, ana we especially asu me atienuon i sutuents except' secure a belter salary for " c wcu irum in,s ""a' arice is
look Out Tor Them and 'pass Eml the president jo hi3 policy heretofore de-I himself or public rations for his relations J e'ectea ontne wnoie vote, by the small ma-
Ronnd. ciarea on mis suoject. rut useful issues in the, -and in the, ra"1, . ,
election anriniir miwvtli .n h. h.A I J-uo iaie election Haa eeuied two noints-
HORTH CAROLINA ie-tnese nmple andobvions means to put ; t-J- ;"ntr"rL,TV" "'l00
j,ut . rmeeaucauon ana employment of thepeo- 4 Js ? J. . -wu uuuureu, ior
long devastated that country, any question
may -nave ansen Dewveen that and our coun
try which have produced the slightest
amount of unpleasant, feeline. I have a con
fident expectation that the two Goyernment.
New Ha-ven, Conn., Nov. The
ujiuituiiuig niesif ijuesuons in -a. spiru oi uamiin .Brothers, spirited jugglers, adver
milium inrhnflmnpo finrl Linr1 ivinin in inn I i r .I. f . , . .
"V, . -"I wui.iii-iiu.1, iiM-u iu jjciiuiiu iu uiu cuy lastevenir
will arrive at snch' a solution of the-oqnes- failed to meet the engagement;
tions ja not only toTembve all remnants of swindlml ths nmsTvuwr
only torembre all "remnants of swlntllrtl the nRvnnmr
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uiuerness, out .place on a oeuer . foundation everybody whom they dealt with, and
than ever our relations with that great conn- borrowpd monnv when thv vnM rvi
trr. to which va Aro 1onnf1 hv sn mnnv t?i- I TTv-w nn irnrv a, i.
?5 : , ; j wm i j Aiitvo xAuiiiiia uiclcuucu IU OB
Ul "icira. uhu iegaiu. meagent ot theconcern. Jjookont for them
An Ontbrcnk In Snnln Fcnlnns Ar- and pass them around.
rested. In Ireland. I
Pahis Nnv. 93 A nnnntnr nnilirpV "ro Insuronee,
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nrmmat the. irnTPriinmnt nf Sniin ia nlilo nt.Yi - iUKK, ioy. Z-i. ine Unamber O
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to occur at any moment. There are vague AiI,e insurance yesieraay. resolved that the
rumors that the Queen will abdicate to people, ought to be. protected aa effectually as
. 1 . 1 1 . I MAfin.l, n n I 1 r 1 1 t .1
ayexnae lurcaienea siorm. muic jiuw uia.uukiiis anu irauauicnii . ,
Tnn--.. Vam oo rri. i t i I arhpmpa nt inanrnnoo nnH 1r iUia in..U I ciiixu AS
XXUlir4. ilUV. -iO. AIIU CIJUiLUUCra I1.1V P. I - uu tv mii uiu ouuuiu t i m.
agreed on ceneuring the covernraentfor the fieek "aP .enactment, by Congrev, applying I ern ihiianthory :
i- r t. o l j ! . i r lannnnlitrn rmnn tof i..i(1;a..w -.r I r
Biiium me vxiugne raiiroau wiiuout uieir i y-v v mo ouiuucuuj ui
sanction. lIie asseiw oi eacn corapanj.
fh AineHomtlonortneyrcedmen-Propo- pie before the people. Hold up this system every Iladicalvote in the whole county ;waa
. an5 Rltlonto aend tlicm Xorth-A short of prosperity and; independence as an em- "ea- -d lhat Uarkecou d haye been
. ... l , hronti nj o i iv!i. n,- . , elected by several hundred mamritv huA the
nj y icucio wcui irwia "Buninern ",v,u n ciaunnc wiiiuii an aiiuciea I f , . . 'v ' J
Persecution." people may look upon and Jive, and we may whole, numbeT of registered Conservative
m m - - - . II - t m ' . I V.TM nAon TV. Iltfl
Wjiegislature of North Carolina, as- and 'r";
omtii n mo siuruu uuu Borrows oi mepaati. . : r ; rv .
will hp fnrimffor.
sembled. on Monday last, Gov. "Worth-sent
his -measage, which among other things
takes decided ground against the constitu
tional amendment., Referring to the freed -
men hejsubmitted the following plan for
their, amelioration which opens a first
for the practical exhibition of North-
From the Atlantic Tntell
Our readers will remember that an aggra
vated case of false imprisonment, in which
is elected should be a, warning to our voters,
and hereafter not a single Conservative vote
should be lost.
"We learn that the Sheriff of DeKalb conn.
ty refused to meet the Sheriff of our county.
as" the law direct, at Alexandria, and that
Rev. William W. Ghees, who wa3
recently. elected Grand Worthy Patriarch
of the Sons of Temperance of Virginia,
has declined the position, and accepted a
Vice Presid ent's command in tho Frienfls
of Temperance. A thorough examination
of the respective merits of the two orders
resulted in the conviction that it was his
duty to throw his influence with the new
MACACLAY never made a truer rcmart
than that found in his speech, on retiring
from political life, wherein he said that
" the sovereignty of a mob leads by no long
or circuitous path to the sovereignty of the
Tite receipts from Internal Revenue on
the 21st inst. were 5748,194. From the first
of the year (July 1) to tho 31st of October
inclusive, the income has amounted to $125,
251,503. During the present month the
sum of the receipts to date is $15,884,543.
Lonpox, Nov. 23, r. m. A number of
perrons, accused of Fenianism, have been
arrested at Limerick, and large quantities
of pikei and "other arms seized' byAhe au-
FROM TIIK BAHAMA ISLANDS.
Xle" Itnvnjc ofJthc Iliirricnitc-i:
Wivcllliis Destroyed mid Injured
242 Vessels "Wrecked Crops ie.
New York,;Nov. 23. The effects of tlie
late hurricane in the liabama Islands are
Cincinnati, Nov. 24. The Central Pa
cific Railroad TJxcurtionists arrived here
this morning and will leave for the East on
Monday. Ihe Chamber of Commerce yes
terday appointed a corami(tee to receive the
excurtionists and show them tho various
points of interest in the city.
fTM - -1-41.- 0-..t . I uu" umic.-l K
iiicpeuiMBoi uieooum, wnemer irom inear Anderaonvi e. South Carolina. Th
t'lake, $o not regard the negro as their
T n V.A l.:. ' r. 'ri" . ;inehas given itooertson the certificate of
South Carolinaan lBl the RadicaU live on
county. Georrii were arrtPrl nl,n'r.P .til. mPn, we are not surprised.
the mtrro'er of three United States soldiers
Am Line to Nashville. Ve .learn
from cood authority: that tlTerroad hetwppn
evidence against them was given In by a I Nashville and JJebanorf.'can be built-on a
Tol ..t ,7 .1 41 I 1 l.f-1. 41 J 1M1 -4 .- '.
i . itr i .i "... . . 1 . . . m-jjiuu, uuu mctiuo ' r,4.n.4i. i44& (,4uuc mil uut.auiuuut IU
equal. He is not allowed the right of suf- tnedbeforea militarycommksionat Charles- more than twelve feet io the mfle, over the
r oJ 1? a im Pt5n.di? ton- The re3"u of the triar wai that J. C. worst portions of it. The line will also be
of the South does cruel wrong to the Afn- Keys and Mr. Stowtra chpuld ba'htlng,.and shorter by several miles,, than any .other
cans among us. They are very poor, and Robert Keys andrrnhf he rirtnVraftntl fnr route. We calf the attention of tl.
mpntfl I life. Tlifl hn'.in, el.ii -,. . I i i :n ,t.. .ii.r.
i"" c"lu'"-" nc Hiimacu m wisiie i ik I"1 v " " "'u wu iaiv.o jneasure, ll
caueu on, to give them ti;e facts.
fewot them have acouired local attachmenta 1 i;r
uunu.FU1 iauu. xne resiiiis oi eman- nnckney, in Charleston harbor, when the
'j .t. 4! . j". wiiues poor aiso, matter was referred to the Presfflent, who
a.m iuu u.iiwiu wimuion oi our x euerai ordered an indefinite respite. At this stae
relationsre.vent .the jnflur of capital or of the matter, there" was a collision ofau-
popuiauun. jMiierpriae is paraiyzea. jcw thority between the General mmmnnilinJ
are aDie-to erapiojr laborers and pay them the Military Department, (Sickles) and the
v . t . .. . i iJiiainj oi ine uniiea statei liistrinf rnrt
Small Pos. Durintr the past week-there
have been: three deaths from small poxrin
our town. Mr. W. S. Falkner, proprietor
of the Lebanon Hotel, died on yesterday
morning, auer an lunessot aoourone week.
lion. Ed. Cooper.
In a few days this centleman will leave
us lor the purpose of re-assumingiis Con-
rrpS3inn!l1 HlltlP4 rtt Wnaliinrrtrin rtn!n I
set forth by the' Governor in his speech' to "e recess he has labored incessantly, and oiaieare.ncu in an oi mese. xne wages of it isnot important, however, that weshould Another Jail Delivery Fjvz Pbis
the Legislature. He savs: I have Tost tio the duties Wore liim are scarcely leis oner- I'aoor aro mnch greater than we can pay. Id make lurther allusion to that ciWrnntsLmep oners Escaped. On Tucsdar nWht l.t.
Ume,ia collecting and making public cor- ous than the ones performed during his Btay m.1n . ul re Publl0.Iands of great fer- now. The prisoners were in. a nitat mys- between midnight and day, a party of fiyo
'reel information as to the ravages of the! at home When he leaves us he will bear .! y'. laws give to actual set- terious manner transferred from Ca.stle Pmck- or six persona, headed by a man called by
storm in the Island. Suffice it here to sav. with him the best wishes of a confiding con- "era IZT . ,uuue"ie pnee. in one oi ner to the Dry Tortiigas. in which livinsr them Jack Hays, all of whom are sunnoaed
that upwards of six hundred tlwellimn hare stitnency as well as the affection of a host of rnes0 ?taies a Poron?t tuf people have tomb they remained for the period of two fto be from Kentucky, effected bv'their heln
been destroyed, and an equal number in- friends. given an earnest of the principles they months, when, by a special order of the I the escape of five of the prisoners from one
jured; that scarcely a public building has As is known to every one, Mr. Cooper is PTOies3 f electing two Atncans as mem-j President, they were removed to Fort Del- jjal!. It neems, from what we can learn of
escaped injury; that many places of wor- strongly urged as the Jonservative Candi-1." -giBiaiuie. vtr- aware, xne case WA3 theu taken up in the
ship and school houses have been blown datefof Governor id the, next election. He . wt J"VHe m emigration united States Distri
down and have all been damasred : that a es not desire the position, and if he con- l" 1,0 om w pem and ably defended
Re was men taiten up in the r le particulars, mat two ot the prisoners
District Court of Maryland, confined ia the jail charged with grand lar-
f jjui Ai. AUUiirl - j utuiiA,io ui .UUU Jt UUicU
majority of the principal workhorses and ents to become a candidate atall.it will "e100 poor to pay Tor moving. Tnis difh- kins, of IHihois, a son-in-law of Our fellow- thieves and land pirates, whose headquar
T f . . . : ""w r
Stores in this city have been thrown down
or Severely' injured : that of the two linn
dred and ferty-two vessels and boats which
floated in the harbor on the morning of the
1st of October all but one had sunk or been
driven ashore before the next day had
dawned, and that one hundred and eighty
nrtlVnP in ntlMlTonrta te V i-k llnnni mnilA i-T I
mand of the party. SktlbyviUe Union, 24M. propnation made to sustain the Freedmen's
Iuu i-a.14 iv uciujiiij; ujv; iravciiing eipenges
of those,who may choose to move, allowing
citizen, S. J. Shackleford, En., and the pns- ters are somewhere in Kentucky. The
oners triumphantly acquitted. members of the clan outside, hcaring of the
imprisonment of their comrades, determined,
to effect their rescue. Having arrived at
.this determination, they, procured the neces-
Ilonor to ATliohi Honor l Ttni.
it 1m mi;.o.i nt n,:rr each one to choose the Stale or Territory to From tho Lobwon Herald.
nine of them have been broken up or creatlv 01 a aoUar D lnc Msvetzelc opera manage- conaiuon wu oe, Dettered. no grounds will opened the battle of Gettysburg! ana: in time stated above, they repaired to the build-
. 1 ..... .. 1 l . ., . - r . I ha Inlf tnl mrrnpr crwt inn. I afMfn na n ll,.;.l .1 , 1 . ' 1 .. ' .
injurea; tint ine standing crops ot pro- mem at me .uosion tneatre, iuonaay even-1 - -fcV wV ,r i j i. ,ne inira aaJ8 ngiit, wnai , bngades uc- '"g ana went to worlt. Ihe prisoners were.
visions and .fruits have been destroyed, the insr. Thev elaim thnt tli twill ilio nmminl I governmf nt. Who that would avoid the ceeded in getting into the Federal works ? alpo supplied with tools. and selecting a spot
orchards partially uprooted, and the fields fo:tho nn' nf rt5n ' ..a 5n on',CD jr snipot state is threatened ff. Y. Metropolitan Record. which had formerly been opened.Jhey were,
j jT 1 . 1 ' , , I "r the purpose of going upon thestase in I with wreck will ohippt in iIip immn r ur .1.-4 i..i i t I i t.1
aim iraruens .10 ,a great aesree iaia Dare. ., .: . . . . . . v.. .. . " 0 mat Arcnern ongane, corn-1 u apuonume in maxinir an aperture
These islands cenerallt exhibit a similar mo capacity 01 Bupernumenes- with the reconciiuuon 11 is clear that the orth- posed of the 1st. 7th and 14th Tennesee large enough to crawl throueh.
spectacle. The sum of $75,000 was voted tonng women there, and that, after paying p"1 3tte3 w" not object to it. It will j regiments the J3th Alabama and the 5th Two prisoners confided in the jail.refosed,
by the Legislature to repair damages. Tlie
work of restoration is progressing rapidly.
FROJI SAX FltA'XtflSCO.
Movement of Specie Tho Paris Expo.
San Francisco. Nov. 24. The steamor
Golden Citv. from Panama. Vith" New York
dates to November 1st, arrived here this
their money.nhey were refused admittance. ZZTJr !5K 1 33f,? A'ab.3,m? battal-n opened the engagement, of
They claim that they had .been previously whero Jhey can look -after the
and that they were-the first to enter thai cape: and we learn that it was only through
ieir nernonul I futmi -r,vn ti,:. 1. ..i, r I .i...i;w t'Umt tU ...in;,i .i
, , I .. "1 , . 1 I "I t"-4 IIUIIU). A4140 UllliaVit;, IliaUC UU OI I 4VI4 CUUWUU UU 144C UUMIUU UaihJ lICIU
admit fpfi in the ctnrro in l,f n.n rnw n 1 nrn pprinn and nipntol a nil mnml i,l.,. I.i. . 1 .11..? r .1 . ir !.?n..t- .'i .-ir-r.
.v ..I ,uu ""j 'u' 1 ich r"-- - - - .44.u4 V.UH.I44C me ost ngniing raaienai in me army of I preveniea irom fining me janor, Jir. John
consiuerauon. ine event has caused con-1 . ""-"v ;. wn a um. lire, ana commanaea oy the gallant uienn. ana taning me Keys oi the tail in
i rppnmen h-ivnrpnii nr anv ntiipi-manhinppt. 1 1 1 1 . r ir 1 . . 1 ,l. c 1 ;
... j . 7. tt . .u.y..ii.vij ivieiiL-nii ircuer, 01 .naryianu. neyer re-I me unji iiismniic.
111I1IC IUC 4 444rt4ll 44CII JL Ul
siderable excitement among the College pro
A band of Regulators has been organized
am sure iNorth
Carolina will not object to this ncheme. If
itbeobjec.ed that the emigration would be
an nnivinial aa tn Ipfivp no fnin i!ma wtilini
Aiin1T1 ftinnn 'I imn I. n . I. .. I . 4 1 1. .....
...... . u .. lu. . v . . . il.. i . . r 1 1 1 1 ii i r . a m mra. emn . i . n rtn wnw . n . . . .. .
Tt. I 1 T. ' , . I " J - I 4 OU4444.4t4JV VII 14WIL1P, ailU II Uf UIUCCUCII
ine baric Pearl. hr Song Kong, takes I tlirpn men inil n1nn oi.;.i.4 J- tl,At li??inMl,l Kn tl, ,t.n .1
I ClftlAA J 0 01 - ....vw .v.. .uu uw.i.ia im iiovuis 141 lll;- It ..... . . u .. . uw ...v. iwuilj 11IIV nuu u
out 5ij,oo in treasure. nn. Tnr n,o,in o -t. i t. u 'not prefer to perform labor service until
The committee in charge of the renre- V? ,;' M .,. . . ,v;
-pntatinn nf p,i:rt. tj..: 'I open the iebanon fail. , ; .V,. t" 5 ""rT',. w
v VKMilUlIllil UL LllU AUiia OJiVLMJ- I
1 - - i'X4- .v l:4vi i3 v iwukiui: a 1 . . . 1 iri'itti r DHL hiii:ii 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 mil- na rrin rnan 1 9
section of the big tree. WmP. Blake, the . f n"iwnd for Comptroller, Carolina means 10 treat her freed-'
W.11U.UIB vuiuuiissioncr io me jxposiuon. iruui umuai aim unuuiciai reiuras, loot up I men -with justice and human. tr.
tine IMtlArl n n .J.l. a . il . I 1 . I I . n I 4. r.
..I.., 0.1 auuic, io lne peopie, aeiau- as loilows: Seward, Democrat. 35 757 many ot mem retain th
Bruce. Republican. 22.861 : Seward' mnWi. an-a. conaaence which they formerly felt
."son tw.i j.4J.. toward-their late masten, and these re-
VI v., 411.1114, .444 1 44UC47CllUCUb CUll
ing the manner in which the miner and ag
riculturalist are to be rpnrppnted. and do.
taring ma inienuon, alter arriving at i'ans,
to publish, in the English, French and Ger-1
didate, received about 1,000.
ciprocatethefreling and pay them
: 1 1. y . 1 ...
ucitcu iiroyer creuu wr me vaiuan e rr..ci..ik.:n. tt.- r .uni.i
services it rendered the holv cm in nhlnh ' vl luo lnst'
it wm enlisted, and. being membera of it 8aJr3:
ourselres. we will surely be e?r.uptl for The price of provisions remain at ahont
taking the advantage here offered to render the same figures as mentioned some twpjs-s
it a small amount of justice due it. We are 8Ues D3ck. We heard of pork being offered,
uwaro uut uie Virginia paper.-, curing tne I ciiiwcenw urn.
urn? nii Qirvui 1 1 ra Aim n 1 i f n .
"Ui ijiii.Vi HUIC UailUL'U kiliS 11UUU1 .Ui I LVvr IJ.lt vrmwiir L" .
.Merits oivision; this has never Deen ae- 0 h. Lewis. Recorder: and .TnhnTfil
nied, simply because the Tennesseeans never
had an orran through which to assert their
Gbxsbal Pillow, who made contracts
with a larga number of freedmen to work
fair 'upon his plantation in Arkansas, is said to
Hanson Town Constable, at the clpctinn fnrl
city oiheera on Thursday last. All are clevi
er ana worthy gentlemen.
TnE Gallatin Examiner says:
The Fair grounds have
cently by the society. The buildings will be
- - - u- .1 " . . . " " j .w. ... 1 I wukii kjj mjviciv. 1 lie 1)111
wages, and give them every reasonable aid have raised 3,000 bale? of cotton this year. I commenced early in the Spring.