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WHDXESDAV, DECEMBEK 12, 1S60.
news: odei asm: xi!Y.
Tbe receipts of internal revenue on tb 10th
Srratt it nut expected to arrive in ihi coun
try Wfare the middle of January,
The Rebel Geo. Hindman writes frnra Carlotta,
asking pardw, or jiermlssion to return- to tie
During the high wind on Saturday three men
weradrewBed at Padueah, Ky.. in eUatnptiBg
ierer tee river in aakin. ,
Tltetcnante ef Memphis have held a meeting
jp- xe4uUn, reraoratrated.with,theJand
aj.TBtth'e prevailing high reritf." "
In the uuaieipal election in Rotten en .the
mtt irt., OtH ft erere-, RepuMiean, wa elected
.Meyer by M6 vote. A majority of the citr
tM areRofiablieans. ,
Tlie. receipts of the government from internal
reMe since the eommeaeesie&t of the present
eeal year. June 30th. amount to tkl.SM,it$.
Ir Worth M in cerresiendsee with the
i'reAlest rebfre to the order of den. SMcles
H-xW biting corporeal punishment by the eourts
f North Carolina. Ex-Oovernor Holden has
agfee te Washington.
The House of Jtepretentatirei on the 19th' inst.
pasted a bill calling for an additional session of
tbe fortieth -Cengrets, to becin on the 4th of
March next, by s rote of 121 to 23.
Tbirtr-tbree suits for damages, amounting to
neatly one snlllten dollars, in the United State
District -Court, at Newport, against Gassaway
and othere for alleged illegal arreits during the
rebeities, have been dismissed at the costs of the
A (peeiaf'dkpatch tSthe Memphis Atutanthe,
imm Little Rock. Arkansas, ears the Senate
CtemitteoTwi Federal ItelationAreporled on the
life lt.,Sn favto of rejecting lfie fonstitatfonat
The judiciary Committee of the Iiouioof
Xenresentatire4(haTe imormally disgusted the
bearings oTSdrreUiapfureupon'lhe5 solution
f certain question connected with Lineoln'sas-
An !mrwrrantrrgnufetHni lake place in
Warfilngton Citr. on the 19th. before the Su
preiae Court, upon the questiontwhether the
atesk in National as well ai State banks holding
United State securities ii liable to taxation.
.Hleven eases of New York bank and millions of
dUaririire inwdred. ' , . ' , f.f
ThA Wrtrlr- r, th ihftintMtt nndliouisvllli
Hallraad wfll be ceramenced immediately. Tire
hundred tlu?and dollari hare been. lubaeribed
by the'i,f.uUville and Nashville Ilatlroad in aid
f the enterprise. The road will be about one
hundred miles long, and will intersect with the
LouhrWe and Frankfort Hail raid at Lagrange.
Xumerofn measures for the relief of the peo
nle of North Carolina are pending in the Legis
lature.'' ThVsentlment'of the' lnembers il de
eidedly adverse to repudiating the State dtlt.
The Suirest on Use debt Is to bo funded. Reso
lutions, asserting tbe loyalty or the State, and
deaylac" alleged pcrjecutions of tfnlon inien;
were adapted In the House by a large vote.
Mr.Spauldirig. of Ohio, offered a resolution
in the House of Representatives on the 10th
Intl.. whleh was agreed to, Instructing the Com
mittee en Reconstruction to inquire into the er
nedieary ofreBOTtingaJoint resolution in Tela
tUm to the admission of Senators and Represen
tatives of the United States from the rebellious
States upon the passage ofthe constitutional
amendment and the establishment of republican
ferial of government in these States.
Lieutenant Lawlcr. formerly of the ninth Con
pwa&tVtlmenif who has fafeWte9aTlipPli
Mned in Ireland as a Fenian, has arrived in New
Haven. Conn., having been sent' home bj the
Bnglish government. He reports that there are
M,eoo well-armed nnd well-drilled Fenians in
Ireland, whp are determined to strike for Hberty
Jr'ln'e' firttof Januaty. Lieutcnan(lLawlor will
ooti return to Ireland to assist in the revolution
Tbe opinions in the test oath cases were not
delivered lnthVSuprera06ur onihe mth inst.
JiBmeaiately'after theopening of court. Mr.
Sherwood, of Texas, one of the Southern loyal
uu .iMlrixl the court. onJjehalf of ,hlmelf and
fX-Oovernor Hamilton and ofhers. that they bo
heard In regard to tbe constitutionality or the
tealoafh He bad views to $fferln,favor of tho
eoBstllulionali'ty or the act which had not yet
beo presented to the court. The Chier Justice
directed Mr. Sherwood to make his motion in
writing, and Clc it with the elerk forthecensid
eratien of the court. i
A litter from Bremen f ays the people of Hano
ver are very much dissatisfied with Prussian rule
mnA Him lliat 1ivb the means are leaving the
'eountry as fast ashey can procure transportatllfn
From 1,800 to 2,g00 aro embarking by steamers
alehe at Bremen and Hambnrr weekly for this
country to aay nothint of those who take sail
-vessels. 'Tile emigration will' be tnneh greater
next year. During the lasttwo months there has
been a large, emigration of Dane?, Swedes, and
Norwegians, the most of whom have located in
... THE IXGIHIiATURE.
, It was announcedin tho Senate, jester-.
day, that Gen. Thomas had accef ted the
invitation of the Legislature to be present
at:tho celebration of tho anniversary of
tholmttleof Nashville on the 15th inst
A resolution to appoint a Committee of
Arrangements was adopted. A resolu
tion was'' also adopted authbriiing the.
Govornor to .tako active meMures fto
recover the school fund, and for this
purpose he shall have' andf exercise ple-
itdry powers to do and perform ' all acts
necessary in tho premise's? Tb.e llouso
Metropolitan Police bill was passed on its
Iq thjoKsUherarnittee on dilec
tions returned the papers of Mr. Graves,
who contests the -election of Mr. David-
8fln,joyapjap7qtinty, agd asked f to bo
uifloiiargeu irom meir lurmvr ciuiaiucia
tion yjij9lj "Baying tOjMr, G. to gohome
and "take a bactc scat'
Hoth Houses adopted a resolution au
thorising the Comptroller to borrow
$250,000 to aid in the payment of interest
tolling duij m the 1st fif 'January.
A committee to investigate th Hchool
Fmid' quoslu'm, bridge1 Urion chairman,
(i&v. Shoowiok, i commanding United
Sttttw foivoa on Uie Rio Grando, who
lately Sent over a detachment and open
pied Matamoras, is a young man of twcn
ty seveu years of age. He entered in the
service as a Captain in a Kentucky regi
weutinMay, lSCj-oseUi a Colonqloy,
andl remained till he was mustered out
in 1904. lie was recommissioned and
next commanded a negro rqgituftnt, and,
,mioecded Gen. JVeitjel in command'tiB
the Ifio Granue. The bes lesson he has
yet token is probably the error commit
tad iu "sending troops across into Mexico,'
and was instantly reprimanded therefor
Yming uupul&t! and erithusTasm arc 6 tied
good in their place, buthe lick or judg
inont and eouud discretion freJuently
leads M trouble4 and embarraisnse'nt
pn. rnAziEit'H speech.
Although tlie proposition of Dr. Fra
zter to establish a Colonixation Board in
Tennessee taid and encourage tlie
freelmen to emigrate to Afriqa, was der
fe&lHI Tn'tho Senate, Ti1srcakjnarfor
bringing ferward tho meastlre, aretWdrf
tliy of oonsideraUoa andjeflection. They
will ic fwuid in thfs'lpjprcssion of our
Tiik Radical organ in its yesterday's
Ikue says it is a part o'f .(he .Tennessee
"Jlebel pltftrm,.that'l?lggett shall not
havg the Jtfdp j)fti the Public 'School
Under TivalopcienU aade.iai the
(iWorJrt33aaj,;this-J arather grim
johi'I "Where diltharSchool PnndT
thi: KKAxcooinxifAX irrsTiox.
On the SKh of (Vtolier kit the Sec
tary of State addreeed,a not of instr
tion to the Hon. L I). Cainnbel
vions'lv commiKsionctl as Knvov I'
linary and Minister l'lnipotentiary (o
the Hejntblic of Jfexiro, Juarez ln-ing
reoognized a&fitalticial head.
tli(UWKreement of. U Freueh Emperor to
inaintniiiil in Mexico for the support of
Mmirailiin'S lWirho'rfty-Jthe Vva'tnisilion
he this force to commence in November,
186, and be completed in November,
raay be effected at an earlier date. Mr
Caaipb.fWag insteueted, thMforiL to J
(erai'once, fcrAf jMc M( elfhlV
at the headquarters of Juarez, or "near
at hand," so as to be able to promjrtly
was informed ihaiWwotihl le 4cos)ia
niel by Lieut (Jen. Sherman, who was
l authorised t$ mke,,in njtinctjouwith
him, such military observations as were
PWri IR ftf Of; nc ' militaril
,1k? place!' f FHlrrr ' WrnilrW; as to
i assist in enabling Mexico under the Ke-
JBlv W it SMI
nublic lieadel liv .luarez. m ' it l
jtron mngcf rom'x-'stnte' V f military 'St
!by -5 forLSm neih-W. :itfo"nditH)rf5of
fbell wajsMmerifcliOiledcnoAi'irtliinK of
the Kmpire. the ciHrdh party, or any
other faction inMexicoantagonistic to the
Juarez autliority , and t!a in conjunc
tion with Ben. Slierinart. it might become
his duty to make such a disjKisition of
the land and natal force of the United
States, that while it would not infrin
neutrality laws it would make the good
office of ,thi government effective in pa
ciphtin'g tlie country under republican
formji, nnd necnrmg the withdrawal of
the Imperial pawer and its military sup
port without leaving Jhpicnihlry a prey
Mr Seward lavs down the followim;
principles h.ijsiide i(trtieotiatinn
44 There are; however, twme principles
Kovernment of the Unitexl States will ex-
pectb-6t p$ue.; WefmttmsU
thaf.asa reprewnlaiiveot the United elates,
you are acoreuiteil to the republican gov
vnmeni oi fftexico, t wmcti jMr.tJnarcz is
President. Your communications oh sueli
renreaenlative will' he tnaae'to him. where-
soever he nray I)C, ami in no event will yu
officially . recognize either thfc Prince MaxX?
milian, who claims to bo Emperor, or ahy
other jterson, chief or cuuibinatioh, otfexef
cising the executive authority in Mexico,
without having first reported to this tie
parlnienl, orTeceived iirtlriidtiOnR from the
President of the UniledSlalei.
" Second -Assuming that -tho French
military and naval commanders shall be
engaged in wiod faith iu executing the
agreement lefore mentioned for the evacu
ation of .Mexico, tlie piiirit of Hie eritraBts
ment on our part in relation to that, part
will forbid the United States and their
representative from obstructing the de
parture of the French.
i .blnllyryrhat tlgoniinejtl jifftlie
tfniTeiT States desires in regard to the fu
ture of Mexico i not the ronqnest of Mexi
co, or any part of it, or the aggrandize
ment of the United- -States by purchases,pf
land or dominion, but, on the other hand,
they desire to nee the. people of Mexico re
lieved from all foreign military interven
tion, to the end that they may resume the
conduct of their own afiairs under the ex
isting .republican -government,-' ot- fucIi
other form of government as being left in
the enjoyment of perfect liberty, they shall
determine to adopt, in the exercise of their
Own free will, by their own act, without
dictation from aoyWdrSigu Wnntry,!ahd of
course wHhtWt dictation" fr)h 'the-lliited
Stale-.". - - a
On the '.Ithof November, the Secretary
of State informed Mrf lligelo'w, American
Minister at Paris, of Mr. Campbell's rhls-
sion, and fiirjvarded liini a copy of the'
instmotipp? under which Messrs Camp
bell and Sherman "were loaet.
' Tlio PrMident'i inueagei36hvf ted on
the 3d of Uii!HiiilMr.ourront, says Or.
the2dof NevBinber lufit,ionicinb)infor-
.mntion was'reeivwl fromi'Paristthat tHej
Kmperor ofjl'mnce had ?oiut time beforci
decided not to withdraw a detachment of
his forces in the month of November past I
according to engagement, but that this dejj
cisionwas .made with the purpose oT wifli-j
drawing tlie'whole'fi'f tlldso forces 'in'thoj
ensuing spring. Of this determination,!
however,- ,thp United State? Jiadnot re-l
ccived any notice or intimation; and, eoi
pon as the infarmation . waeivcil by;
he government, care waj taken to make!
known its dissent to
Fnnicc. ' "
On the day of the receipt of this in
formation, the Secretary of Stato informed'
Mr: Campbell riPtheTnrt-ind notified him
that he had promptly communicated withj
the French gbvcrnmentl ' Heiilso notified
the Secretary of War, and requested his.
consideration' 'in regard1 to'the propriety!
of any military orders to Lieut. General!
Sherman under the aspect of nflaira pre-!
sented by tho continued French military!
occupation On thesamadSiyjUr. Sewaidj
dispatched by telegraph to Mr. Rigelow,;
in regard to tho postponement of the evac
uation , (tlH t
"The ombarraw-ment thus produced is!
itnniAAMirnblr incrpawil liv lhi oimnn-f
stance that this profccctling of the Emperor
has been taken, without conference with,
and even ' withoiit notice to, the United
States. This government has not m any.
wav afforded reinforcements totbeMcxi-.
cans, as tlie fc-mpcror seems to assume, ana
it has known nothing'st all of. his counter -
mandine instructions to Marshal Ilazaine.1
of which the Emperor speaks. We consult
only ouiciai communicauong to ascertain
the" purposes and resolutions of Fiaueess
we make our own purposes and resolutions,
known only in the same manner when phe-
"1 am not prepared to sav, and it is now
i i .i. . v ;
uunecossary io uikcuw, niieiiier inu x rtsi-.
dent could or could uot have agreed to thd
Emperor's proposed delay, if lie' had Tjcenj
reasonably consulted, and if the proposi-'
tion had been then "put, as tho proceeding
is now, upon the ground or military con
siderations alone, and if it had been marked
with the customary luanifastatioasof . re
gard to the IrflcYests and ' feelings of ih$
United States. Bt the Emperor's decision
to modify the existing arrangement without
ahy Uriilerttandiiig with the United States,.
so as to leave the lYhoIo, trench army in,
Mexico for the present, Instead of drawing
one detachment in November current, aii
promised, is now found in every way in
convenient and cxfeplionabjok ' cannot
acMiulecse: ' j
" First - lieeause the term 'next spring,!
as appointed for the entire evacuation, ii
indeiinite andjvogne m
" SeVflnd1 'BofesiiV re have no sMthoriti
for stating to Congress and to the Ameri
can ieeple that we liave new a better guarj
antee for the witlidrawal of the whole ex
iwulitinnarr f,inN in the surinr than we
iiaye herct'esoro ldi fer'the w"llHsvrel JdT
a pan. in oreruoer.
"Thinl In full reliance upon at least a
liberal performance of the Emperori exist
ing agreement, we have taken measure
while facilitating the anticipated French
evaculion, to cooperate with the Republi
can government of Jfejdoo ,&r promoting
tlie uicitication of that country, ami vor
the only and complete restoration of the
propor constitutional authority bf that gov
ernment "As a part of thojeineafcires, Mr. Camp1
bell, our newly appointed Minister, atten
ded by Lieut. Gen. Sherman, has been fent
to Meih,iriorderjoconjtf witli President
JuarVi onwlvetts wlilVli "re fleeply inter
esting to the Unltel States, ar.d of vital
importance to Mexico1. Our policy and
of Merioowere promptly anade known to
the French Legation here, and donbtless
ydh'b&'ve1 already executed yMr itwtrac-
tions by making them known to fhejSnipe-
prsFgovonjniCHi in. Jroris. ue jjuiperur
iv perceive iftat' we tannolno wTrecall
gr.(CmjH)ell,ffi5or canwc modirVJhejln-
uciionsiinuennvjiiciune ezpccieu vo irpiv,
d nuder which he mar even now He treat
ing, with the Republican government of
Mexico. That government will, of course,
most earnestly desire, and confidently ex
expect, an early and entre diserabarka-
Bioo Twiirtlierefore state to the Emeror's
government that thePrcsident slnoerelT
hopeVnnd 'expects that the evacnatibn of
.Mexico will be carried into eflect witn such
conformity to the -existing agreement as
the inopportune complication which calls
for this diopatch auSlt allow; Mr. Camp
bell will be advised of thaVeSmplication.
Instructions will be igsuepltcf'the United
States military ibrofobservation' to
await in every2easerial,diredioh8 from
the President ThiWiU'bejWonewilh a
(Confident exrK!dAtfoli2StJiejelegTaph or
mail may seafjpSably.bgg usaleUsfactory
resolution from the Ertraer6r?i9reply to
mis noie. x ouwiii osore me r rencn gov
ernment that the United SfatesTvWhile thev
seek the relief of Mexico desip? nothing
more earnestlj'.tbart to preserve peace and
friendship with France. Nordoes the Presi
dent allow himself to doubt that what has
been determined in- .France,, most mans-
piciously. we think, has'beca decided upon
i .i .:i..(.r.tT n..t .
the embarrassment it most produce here,
and without any. desitrti 'to retain the
French exiwliticmarvJbrces-in Mexico ba
,vonu me mil penoaioiieicntecn monuis
i .i - ii - '.''t.
originally stipulated (of'the complete
dWetofoftifll doubf hat Jhe 'govern
ment is moved oy high and disinterested
motives in this effort to peacefully un-
,' loose the already weakened and relaxing
grasp of the " Latin raca, ", with its mon
. arohical ideas, for a foothold on the
American continent The steps taken in
that branch of the business have been
judicious, prompt and decisive. It is
hoped thejmay esuccessful in ejecting
it without producing a broil with France.
We confess, however, to some doubt
about the ability to preserve neutrality
in Mexican affairs, and at the same suc
cessfully intervene to restore order and
rn-ostithlisrHthe iRnnubliR .under Juarez.
step into, and once being in, it is difficult
This, hbvf er,iis tlie case aSf it now
siunus unuer me iiuent omciai iigiua. u c
have condensed the facts, and given only
so much of the correspondence as was
necessary to present an. intelligible view.
THE EAST RESORT OF Til EIt AOI
CAES. The letter of our Washington corres
pondent published on Sunday stated two
significant facts. One is, that the propo
sition to dissolve the State governments
jfi Othjp Souh ) 4 laub'Btituteirritorial
governments in their stead, meets with
great favor with the Radicals in Congress;
and the other is," that they positively re
fuse to consider general amnesty in eon
ncction with any liberal proposition to
extend the privilege of tlie franchise to
classes jiow debarred by law. Another
fhr-tfyiearing on th'l contesf,- winch C5n
gress, -as the exponent of Radicalism is
waging against the Southern States, is the
failqreQC the constitutional .amendment)
and still another is the recent decision of
the Supreme Court, whieh.if carried into
effect, as it should, and inevitably will be
sooner orlater, will desVfoy'the system of
test-oath exclusion. .All combined gp to
prove that notwithstandinglthG,arrogance
with which they wield the' minority
power, the Radicals are really driven to
the last arid most desperaTe resort "to 'sus
tain themselves. To maintain power in
tweuty-six of the States, they must blot
ont thoWmairidcr entirely. So long as
the ten excluded States retain their
Statehood, they are a perpetual menace
to tne supremacy oi tno nauicai parry,
and an effectual obstacle to the scheme
of consolidation in which itfives moves,
and has its being. The Radicals cannot
force the constitutional amendment; they
fear to risk runiver9al, suffrage they. are
about to lose the advantage of test-oaths;
they cannot divest the President of full
'authority over the question of nmnesty;
they cafi -but bhnbylnni in-the matter of
appointment id dfiide, and delay the trans
.flctjon,o.f necessary and important publje
business by their factious course; they
dare not impeach tho President; they can
not annihilate, the judiciary; they cannot
override' the constitution which meets
themat every i turnj whenever they tern-,-
i . -1 . . 1 - ' ri V '? i
poraruy sirute uown one oi iia narriera,
it is resurrected by a judicial decision:'
and, with all thmr boost of , power, they
are really powerless" long to maintain
their ascendancy.' Ehelr leaders know
it, and their knees Kilrea'dylihakc with
fear. , ,No higher proof of this fac$ is
needed than their readiness to adopt the
desperate alternative of the territorial'
Can tins be successfully carried out?
It cannot Is it a practicable party mea ;
sure? 'It is not. Will it not complicate'
tlie difficulties of the nation?' It will.
Will it not, if attempted, demoralize and
destroy 'the? Radical-partv? It will. If,
in their madness" and desperation, the.
Radical majority j in Congress should ter-.
rirdrializtliSgitth'by law,' could it be
done in fact, without producing conse-
qitences which would 'lead to revolution
as a remedy? It probably could not If
this direresu1t were fortunately escaped,
would uiet the Supreme iCourt, after a
harassing experience, both to the gov
ernment and the territorialized people,'
pronounce the law unconstitutional? Un-,
queBtionablytfWO.uId- ' j
This, then, is the situation; and, al-j
though in this frantic scheme tj uphold;
thoir ill-gotteri -power,' Uid .Radicalparty '
may yet give tha nation great trouble,
and wredcli itsnstitutions to their very
base, we think the beginning of the end isi
in sight They have played a bold andi
successful game. For five years the peace'
and prosperity of the country have suf
fered ffoln Jtheif 'iecklss 'attempts to'
usurp and absorb all power. In this
frightful contest human lives have been
thrown and trafficked Tvitlyas gamblers;
do with dice. The passion of the game,
has "made Iherri over-tenturesome. To
retain their winning's they are compelled
to; make n play in which all is risked.
When they adopt tlie territorial plan, it
will ben confession that all other plans
have failed, and when that fails, the na-
tion will have passed its darkest day.
Then soberness nnd conservatism will re
sume their rule, and .radicalism and its'
leauers will sink beneath, tho,.execrationi
of tlie people. If the territorial experi
ment is to bo made, lot it commence at
once. We are longing for the erid of tlie
1 1 Tsn5ri"-Trlal. " '
SWETKnono, Dec. 10. Geo. Crawford
and the thirteen other Fenian prisoners
were arraigned for trial to-day. 'Mr.'Devr
lin, counsel for prisoners, answered the in
dictment with special pleas t First as to
the. jurisdiction of the Conrt, which was ar
gued at AO me length.
Election of aisyar, et e.
Tlaxrrt&. Dec. 10. LIvans Hall was
elected Mayor of Charlestown(rto-dy,.by a
plitrautv of one hundred and twenty-two
over ESgene L. Nbrton, the hrgestTvote
ever palled, and there'Was considirable ei-
In RoiTnreT5dS:QK: Lewis
Jlayor, without opposition.1?.
LATEST TELEGRAMS. J
5 4 1
TbeSoiMcinlfRcport Iickti vtto ,llic
wlek'N Action Illapprovel wont
ficdenick'a Interference lmx Accom-
BILdiet Cnnnles Uuileil wilti seo
rdo Uen. Khrrmau's Movements
and Advice Jfesottntlons for ?IaxI
tnlllan'a Abdication. , ,
.WASiiUxOioir, .Dec IQ.-Iu. reply to 1-
House resolution calling on the President
for information whether any portion of
Mexican Territory had been occupied by
United SteA tjoops, The, Rfeptfeerft the
WAsniKGTOs, Dpc., 10, 1S60 Hon. E.
M. Stanton. Secretary of Warc I have the
honor to return the licre,wiJhrrefiolutiQr pfjj
iuc iiouse oi xvepreseiiiaiives oi .ongre&i,
asking to be informed whethe1 any portibn
of Mexican territory had teen occupied
by United States troops, and. 3fsJ, Iff what
authority, and for what purpose, which vra?
referred to me for a reply. In compliance
I would respectfully, state that' no official
information of the occupation of any por
tion of "Mexican territory has been received
ax luese neauquaners, anu. no autuornj
lias been giveq either hy the lajor ueneral
commanding tlie Department of the Gulf
pr myself for any movement of troops into
ei irl i orn fnrv
Attention is repectftjliW invifeU'ltoilnne
communication of Majorueneral Sheridan,
dated JNov. -7th, inclosing a letter of uen
Scdgwickjommandinc the, sub-district cf
the Rio Grande, which wa5 forWariled to
the Secretary of War for his information.
December 5th, 18CC: also the copy of his
letter of Nov. 30th ult, and copies of tele
grams bearing on the subject.
Very respectfully, your obedient servant,
U. a. Uraxt, ueneral
rEw Okleakb, 10 a. n., Nov. 14. To
Gen. U.S. Grant: Col. Gillespie. 4f my
taff, has just returned from Eromisville.
'Ortega wai? arrested at Prazos Santiago for
lattempling a violation or the neutrality
laws, ily letter to Geu. Sedgwick and die
arrest was opportune, as Canaies, in Mata
moras, and Is egreto and bis adherents, ir
Brownsville, were just waitinc his arrival
jto assert his claims by an apealt 'af rns.
ne nas no aunerenis in .Mexico excent
toforc supported Mixiniilito. w , . i t -
iiicic is uu uuuijic in an xturiucriiiuexi
co, except at Matainoras and Tamnico. and
f those merchants are at the bpttom otfitf t
My letter, and the arrest of Ortena. will
settle everything on the Rio Grande, and I
think in a few days that Ortega can go
without violating neutrality! 1 Jiope the
government will support me in the just
effort in restoring peace to our border, and
trdderid commerce to oitr people. Tltere
will he a trade through Brownsville and
Northern Mexico, of twelve million of
dollars yearly, as soon as the Mexican
troubles subside. P. H. Sur.niPAN.
-,. (.second uisraicA.in..;ittt ' :r
JNKW ORLHAN3, iSOy. 'Zi, loGG. To Uetl.
U. S. Grant: I am just in receipt of news
from Brownsville, and JeariGen. Sedgwick,
commanding the sub-district of the Rio
Grandewill, for someunaccountable.and.
unjustifiable reason demand ofJa'nalesAthH
surrender of the town of Alatamoras, under
the plea 'leprevent pillage. y i- iijo
Gen. Escohedo is in front of the city with
about 35,000 men, and Canalek offered to'
8urrenuern lue .Liioerai government wouiui
pay the merchants who had been .Support-
ing mm in iiih megai anu lniamous acts.
This Escohedo would not agree to. I very
much fear that these very merchants have
in some way gotton around Sedgwlck,i
who is, l tear, not a strong man,, and
have prompted him to theacUon'whiCh'he
contemplates. . J
I have heretofore notified you that these
very merchants are at the bottom of all the'
troubles over there. There is perfect Jjar
mony between Sedgwick and Escohedo.
a n w ui'jivktuii.i Aa iuauu iAkiuC4A;iitcia
plated act of Sedgwick. Shbiud'Sedtrwick
act as I have somereason to expect;tIwilj
at once disapprove of his action and relieve
him from command. t ., ,
I have telegraphed to Gen. Sedgwick dis
approving, his ..contemplated act, . or any
action he may have taken' In view of If.' '
I am, General, yejry.rMpectfullyv
9 P. H. SlIERIPAN,
Maior General U. S. A
War Department, Washington. Nov
30, 18CC.faj. Gen. P. H. Sheridan, New
Orleans: Your telegram of the 27th inst. to
General Grant, in relation to the contem
plated action of General Sedgwick in cross
ing the Rio. Grande has been submitted to
the 1'resieent, and your action in relation
to General Sedgwick is approved,-, and
General Sedgwick's proposed action dis
approved. If he shonld have crdssed the
Rio Grande you will relieve him and place
him under arrest to await, farther . orders of
lilt- rmiut-iii ciJiiiviinug uiiu.
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HEAr4lTA"RTER9 DEPARTMEtjT'OP TttK
Qui.f, New Orleans, Nov. 30, 18GG. To
General U-S. Grant, Commanding Armies
of the United States: My Dear , General:
The report Ju the newspapers that General
Sedgwick has crossed the Rio Gran'de'is
premature, lie certainly had not crossed
or demanded thb Surrender of the .town on
the 23d inst, and I hope he has not made
i l - .1 mi.. , !. . .11 .
wis uiuuuer aocru is no uouoi in roy
mind that Sedgwick has had some Influ
ence brought to bear on him. Sedgwick
went over to Matamoraa 'and took brealo
fast with the merchants on the morning
that he wrote the letter I addressed to yon.
There is something' wronff about -this
transaction- Escohedo was, about to take
the place by assault, and was able to. when
Sedgwick apparently adopted this course to
prevent it and save the merchants. The
whole afiair.honia M'tafetf place, will noil
complicate things, and 'my disapproval of
it must have reached Brownsville -yester
day, the 29th Inst. . ' ;, ; ,'
I am, General, very respectfully,- i ' -P.
II. Sheridax. '
Major-General United States Army,
New Orleans, Dec. 1, 1866. To
eral U. S. Grant: General :A. have, an. op
P&rtunity to go over to'the Rio'Gran'de this
evening, and by going I think I can settle
the Ortega' affair and the Sedgwick1rouble,
it any has occurred, and put things, on a
good footing ; but I would like to have your
approval ot my absence. Attairs'are in a
good condition here, and Gen. Foisyth.com
municates to me, from the Texas frontier,
that there are no Indian troubles.
P. n. SherIdAn.
Thw closes the co
Gen. Sheridan, no doubt, reached Browns
ville on Tuesday last
Brownsville, Texas, Dec. 3, via New
Orleans, Dec. 8. By the terms of tlie sur
render, Canalea with- al; hiMjprce, will
hencefortli act with and under Escobedo.
In four days the.conjoined force number
ing about four thousand, will move through
Monterey to unite with other forces on the
road for the recovery of Sap Luis Potosi,
which, together, with Durango and Zacate-
cas, are promised deliTeranco by January.
Concentrative actiop throughout the Re
public now promises speedy deliverance to
Mexico. Juarer moves without reference
to this force.
Sherman-tvprobably already on JiwaA'
to Dnrango, there" to await the consumma
tion of this plan 1 .Upon the recovery of
two-thirds ot tlie Mates it is probablejie
wilbjirge a meeting ofithJ-epnbliean.Con-
lhe rumor here o the progress ln.theli
rection of Mejia of an Imperial . force., and
of a late route of Liberals on the road un-
dtrMarango and Trevpno, is., ridiculed by
Encobedo, whoseinformauan.ofa later date.
reports a; small fight and a"victory by the
Liberal chiefs, who are now jn a small towp
about twelve miles this side -of. San. Luis
Potosi, awaiting Jhe arrival P the ret of .'j
Escobedo himself will stay here bid a few
days after his command, when leaving be- j!
hind a thoroughly, jvacuicaied trontier. ne :
hopes by spring' to rest inlh'e'yptaL
Crowds ot retugees tnrong nere' each day
since the surrender, returaiagtwithlShqir
effects. Confidence ar.d commerce under
the restoration promise beJJerUfeion the
New York, Dec 10. A city of Mexico
eorresppndenteays; Since theiarrivalof
Miramou and Marquer nemtiatlona with
the' Emperor for his return to the capital
have been Tenewed. It Is now probable
that Maximilian will soon go. ' ,
The Austrian and Belgian troops' in the
city of Mexico received orders' to march to
VeraXruj? on th(24 nlt bi-,t th. Jrder
The Cabinet wa to have met at Orizaba
fine 4th'. WheVidaurraWdto'adviSe
an abdication aod the openini of negotia
tions forlhat'purposte with JiGre&
Mejia's forces at San Luis Potosi were
levying forced loans tOilargeamonnU. One
thousand dollars were demandedfrem the
, but it'maylje'allded thuCfe3.
Of he-prbpaseil vlfit'anu
ctniU of the Cnpturajor tlie A
asslti OQicial OsrresnoiidcnceIiu-
WasiUSGTON. Dec.H0. Th3PrcIideSt
communicated to thoyHouse 15-day tUe
corresiwnaence on me arresi oi .iouc il.
Surratt Itia very voluminous, and re
lievciMrcward)! 4ha imputation that .
1e, hddneslf&lkl tq uer propel cflbrts'to;
secure the arrest ot the ttigitive.
MrWildingi- inferms.- Mr. , 6eward that-
secure tlie arrest ot the fugitiv
cuvT He deposed fo the affi-
davit of a person, whose name is not made
known, and who it peerned was a confidant
! f young Surrati, stating all the particulars
if his voyage from Canada anil the con
ersation on the way. Surratt confessed
le had been in the Confederate service,
ind that his special business was to convey
intelligence frojj j '"jpty to R'cn"
He also declared that the plan to kidnap
and carry off President Lincoln was con
certed by" himself and J. W. Booth. He
pys he arrived in Canada before the assas
sination of Lincoln, and while there re
ceived a letter from Booth, saving that it
!iad become necessary to change their
)lmsjahd:reJn'eiti41 liim.th torrielmmedi-1
atayld'Wfoliington, hul llife didi'not say
Whether he returned there as requested, but
femarked that on his way back to Canada
the train was delayed at St. Catherines, and
f'rhilst sitting at the breakfast tableagen
iemau next to him mentioned the report
hf the assassination, and tliat he, McCar
thy, or, as he then called himself, Harri
son, replied that it was too good to be true.
The gentleman took a newspaper from his
iwcket and read an accouut of the occur
rence, and McCarthy, surprised at finding
his own name mentioned, immediately left
on Sunday evening.
He had related to me a long conversation
hejdwillMr. A, T. Richmond, and he said
to linn, you have told-. me a great story
Sow, sir, what must. 1 call your name f lie
promptly answered Surratt. Tlus was before
our arrival at Londonderry. I have not seen
burratt since, but ,1 believe he is m Liver
pool. ' "
Under dateof September 30th, Mr. Wild-
lngsays: Smefr nir dispatchof the zm inst.,
Ilie supposed Surrattjlias arrived in Liver
pool, but Mr. Adamaadvises that under the
pfesent'eyidence rifidentily and complicity
h JSI4 -Hftt Tit3fjj0itic to cause his arrest.
unraconvers&uoiv iwith- hurratt declared ,
bpJfiSjied that he would" live longnojigh tO
t The informer exprcsseaan earnest ttesire
Jh.nt if any slefw beTtaken toward retaining
Surratt as'ia crijnihhbthat his name should
rot be made known in the attain
May 17, 18CC Mr. Seward informs Mr.
jStanton of the receipt of tho information,
tand laid before him Mr. King's letter, de
Itaillng all the facts.
I May 19. Mr. Stanton acknowledges the
'receipt of the documents, and says he had
(referred the same to Judge Advocate Gen
'eral Holt, who advises him that the full
Statement of the information be procured
land verified under oath, and afterwards
(proper steps be taken for the arrest of the
Under date of May S, Mr. Seward sug-
gealeditikthe. Secretary of War that,s- we
have no extradition treaty with .the Fapal
'government,' a special'.ageiit- be-s'e'nt to de-'
'marid the surrender of.Su'rraif", ,
Under date of Rome.tJune 23. Mr. Ring
rerlorts that he had held another long CQn
versation witli him, wJiich fully confirmeil
him in the belief of the truth of his state
ment, which his-informant had committed
' tp. writing.. He says that Surratt had fully
jconfesscddiis own-complicity, and admitted
i his- mother's guilt' of participation. The
. witness stales that he was at one 'time a
, teach&r in the village of Texas. Maryland.
j and declares" himself prepared to go to the
United States. He still wishes his name
concealed, fearing that his life would be
(endangered if divulged.
I Surratt also remarked
to him tlia the
to fly when the
was in New York ready
assassination took place,
"regret what has occurred.
and he doei not
July; 14. Mr. King returns to Mr,
Seward the abov'e statement against Sur-
ratt, and properly sworn to y the inform
Rome. August 8. Mr. King says he ex
plained the whole aflair to the authorities
' in Rome, when His Eminence expressed
' himself as greatly interested, and intimated
that Jf tlie, American government desired a
surrenaer oi. tne,, criminal mere wouui
probably be no difficulty in the way.
"October 10. Mr, Seward encloses'
Mr, King a photograph of Surratt, jfnd
suggests mat a conuueniiai person oe.se-
lected to vislfYeltgrida, and compare the
photograph pf SjUTatt " with the supposed
criminal:- dio -also suggests that proper
compensation be allowed, the informant
and directs him. to :peek positive informa
tion of .the authorities whether His iioli
neds would be willing to surrender Surratt,
ior whether he would be willing to enter
into a general extradition treaty. Mr.
King was also instructed to ask that neither
Surratt nor he be discharged until there
had been a full investigation of the matter,
and time given to make a demand for
Rome, Nov. 2. Mr. King says he has
had a full interview with Cardinal Anto-
nelli, whq promptly responded that he
wonld give up Surratt upon proper indict
ment and proof, at the request of the Uni
ted states, it the latter government would
do likewise under parallel circumstances.
Mr.' King, also.Veplied that he would like
a 'confidential "person to compart photo-
grims witu me bujjjjut-eu criminal..
'dtoMte,lfov. 10-Cardinal Antonelli ap
prised Air. King thai; Surratt. or Watsori.
naujoeen arrcsieii oy-..uia oruer, iqc; .varai
fiaWbut that on thb waV to Rome he had
cscaped'fromra guard Of sir 'rate, The
Cardinal exnressed reeret at Silrralt a es
cape. All the orders of the Papal govern-
Zi. . i. a-' -r it..
concerning the arrest and escape were
Rome, Nov. 17. Messrs. King and As
sistant Secretary Fox sent word to Minister
Harvey, at lasbon, to direct Admiral
Goldsborough to send a United States ves
sel to Civilla .Verhona upon important
Florence, Nov. 18. Mr. Marsh reports
that he had, immediately upon his arrival
from Naplfes, had an interview with the
Secretary General of theJitfnTslir tot For
eign. AffairsagdaskeiL if Jie thought the
IraliamoveTnmefir wohltt 'surrender Sur
ratt if he should be,fuund in Italian terri
tory. The Secretary General replied that
he believed that Surratt wouhP be surren
dered by thaVgoycruraeutj.qn a, proper de
mand by the United qtates, and proof of
flVAMitifxr hf tfia Viminf! 1ml thnt lli?4
Ypujfl.prpba.biy bodone .only under stipu
lation on' the part of tha-United States' au
thorities that the punishment of death
should not be inflicted upon the criminal so
The Consul General, Howard, reports
and it hid been ascertained, that under the
name of Walters, he had the day before
proceeded in fhe regular steamer to Alex-
anuria, mr. a.iii lueiuni'un iwie-
graphed to Consul Hale at Alexandria to
arrest ourraii upon oh arrival.
. O 1 ,
Under date, of December 2d. Consul Hale
telegraphs to Mr. Seward that he has ar-1
rested John Surratt at Alexandria.
Mr.'Seward to Consul Hale, nnder date
of December 3d, telegraphs bim that his
course is apprpveu, anu means nave oeen
taken to bring Surratt home
Mr. Seward,, under date of December 4th,
telesrranhs Consul Hale that' the Secretary
of the Navy has instructed Admiral Golds-
borough .loibnng.yurratt home, and directs
uonsni narpioueiivenne prisoner io me
FROM SEW YOHK.
Intereatini; .Wcxlrais n- Ileavj"
Itobbery Xlne Prlwnem .Sutroented
Fenlnn Excitement, Kle.
"New Y'ork-, Dec. 11. The Tribune's
Matamoras special says: Escobedo is pre
paring to march his whole force into the
interior of Mexico. Canalis was to start
with his command on the 7th.
Brownsville, with Escobedo, and toldhim
Ortega would soon be relieved,
lhe report that liberal lien. Aza ulahas
occupied Durangowith four thousand men
is confirmed. Tlie French retired toward
Zaeatifcaa. The. Liberals bad also ocipled
paring to evacuate San Luis Potosi.
The Tribune's special of 7th an
nounce the arrival off Brazos of Uen. Sher
man and Minister Campbell.
The amount of funds stolen from the
itoval laieand nre insurance company,
yWeRlkas Sfed.TOOjinltla'dfcf $100,T)&
as previonily reported.
At the lire in Uascom street jaw nignt,
the following named persons were suffocated:
Mr. and Aim. Daniel and three children.
PhiladelDbldl MrsMlfv,hUling and
child, and Mrs. E. Galpin and daughter.
The Herald's Dublin correspondence
chroniclea tbe excitement which the Fenian
agititfclS&aintanea oh tire28fh,'Novem
body of James
Movethcnk in Xcw Yorl-Afmjf!
Oir-rcnl.m Trlnl In Cnnmln.
New York, Dec. 10. Nearly all tiic
,vifor at Stephen's; Fnian heSdquarters
iaieiy, appear to oe strangers trom iiuro
It is estimated that SO.OOO stand of arms
nave been sent off from heresince theraid 1
SWEETSBURG, a W..: Dec. 10l Court'
,Ius moru,ng- George Crawford,
arrathirteen other prisoners wfrearraigiietL'
Mr.'Delviu, who appeared as counsel for'
all: filed special pleas lb each Indictment
alnst the jurisdiction of the Canadian
committee' In the casc.of the charged, as
British subjects, with high', (reason, au'd
against the jurisdiction of the, court in the
cases of those who are'. American eillienL-
in reference ttJwlion0he Brjtisti' Parlia
ment only can legislate.1 jtn'd plea in liar''
that those ehsrgeil as. British subiec Ia are
Ainerican ditixens, and that no stalufe'In'.
tatute prior to the 15th of
August, iirolubitine Or resfrsin!ni knv .is-
ieniblage .of persons for. purposes of drill
ing or oAlIectihg or .carrying arm.v and
prisoners cannot he tried under expost facto
laws. The counsel Is sangiune, he wijl .be
ible jo make good hia ileas, and it would
eem"natural tluit the nrisonewconyicted at,
jTtironto should be discharged.'
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! Con?reHional Proeeeitih".
WAnisoTox, Dec. 11. HotrsE-Mf;
Ingersdll made tin 'ineffectual eflort to irt'
troiluce a bill,-' by the direc16h of the
Secretary of the Treasury, to give notice
bf his intention to sell gold, and advertise
mr dius inereior .
Mr. Wilsott, from the JiidfciarvCom
rdittee. reported a hill. whTeh rrafeed. di
recting the Clerk to place on the-rplls.oF
me nouse the namea'of members' of Slates
bhly represented inthepreeeeding 'session.
Also a bill to exclude from' the-' lhe next
Presidential election all late Rebel States,
fexcept Tennessee, Made jecial order for
. Mr. Lavrence. from the same comriiittee.
reported a, bill to repeal sd much 0f the
law of 1790 as prevents nrosecntiori" for
crime "against the Uhltetl' Sfales1 after a1
lapse of three years, sO.faras argohrid cap-
Mai ofrenoe8 Is coheerned. 3Ir Stevens
bpok against'the biirrip to' thexpiratioh"
di tne morumg, when,Jthe bill went overt' '
I Seh'atoV WalleVTrom' the CommilleSpn
rerrilories, reported a bill introduced yes-!
terddv. for the adihissroh',"ofi Goloraifo.
Mr. Fesserideii stated tha( heFipanee
jpam'nutteehad riot'yet'hadlinie tb rfeider
he tariff bill, but would do so at'an early
May.' - . s-t"
The hill providing for rfegrb sffnr'd"gMn
he District 6f Ojlumbra WalT taken, un.
Ir. thwart made taniotionl W fitfilelXut
the word male, on which a debate ensued.
' ' - FORKlGBf' NEW?. -
.'l1" i"fl '..Hf i.U
B; Ue i'able. ,
LONDON'. Dec! 10. MniW of ttm 1p1(-
'gates from the British AmencanProvinces
naying in view me. unai setuempni ot the
(confederation scheme, have arrived, and
'organized by appointingtr.MiDonald'pre
teiding officer. "' .T
Hanover .telegrams report the..com-j
(mencemeht of oppressive measures agaTnst
the.people by the PruLan,authoritiea..
i Paris, Dec. 10. H'ii . again runipred
jthatFould, thp eminen( Frepch Ministeqof
'Finance, will soon resign: a 1 ., , .,'
Serious difficulties, are apprehendedvnt
Rome after the withdrawal of tha Frencli
troops, and preparations are making "by
, the authorities to meet the worst.
' The .departure of the French fleet .for
Vera Cruris now sain to be fixed fpr .next
week. Tlie vessels are fully manned' and
' provisioned and are expected id reach their
ueauiiauun uy memuiuie qi janiiarv.
Tha evacuation of Rome.by the Frencli
will be, virtually completed tolay.
,toyLOS, JJec.tyv transports are now
ready at this harbor to sail' fpr Mexico tg
unng jUoniB uie iroops. utreartactiviiyjire
vaibi. Berlin, Decll, T.he King ofjPrussia
has confirmed the order. 6Btick Eagle on
King and Crown. , Thie'P,rin'ce$t. Pen mark
nau u. miuiary uuugci.iaiu .pejqr nam
deorela legislature. - ,
Savannah, Dec. 11. -The Legislatin-e
Kill go into the election of a Unitl Stales
Senatorto-morrow, rthenHerachel VJohn;-
son, u ia tnought, will be chosen.
The bill which passed; the House to en1
courage emigration, iras rejected .by .the
senate , ' ,n .
Snlclde: . f I
..Boston. Dec. IK A well known afctress,
Mrs. Julia Tlionwan, formerly Misi Julb
Pelby, committed' suicide' In Camhri'dgeon
O 1 ' ' ' ...
paiuruay. . .
A'o Oiitli Required Ocu. Griini'-fionih
i'nrollnn tegislnf nre.
T. T . -r JJ . fI
ualtimoke. xec, ii. in lutiiru no
teacher employed in the schools of this
State will he required to take the oath or
any other oafh, as the. condition of loyalty.
Gen. Grant passed (hr'oOgh 'this .city this
morning on rouic ior ine wesif tp iook
after aflair? in that depSrfmenf, and' will
- 1 . f - r-, T . - i
lirucueii as lar as di. ixium.
- m, n . . 1 . .-ri i
ine isoutn Carolina iipuso o). xtepre-
sentattyes has passed n bill for the enconr-
: -r : .r-.-- 'i -
ugeiueui, ui .euiigraiiuii njm x.uropey (
Yacht Race to Europe.
NEW'Yo'nr. Dec. 11. Yachts' for 'En
robe Parted at 1 o'clock Henrietta first,
vesta next, and FJeetwing last At ,1:15
they crossed the Dar with all canvass set,
in the 6rder in, which they start td. At L40
, ma tresn west rjorthwest.
BrllliHiit.Muccess of the Joi-lil.Fniuous
WIEtlAST UASS.OX, ' '
UTRET) n A. VT.fi .V.
(PROFW. TANNER, SEN0RIT'A.RQ31IA,
Mons. 1TEKRLAQ0DST, M'XLE AUQUSThNE,
TVhp will ai6ejr To-Xlshl in V hen" and
Admission 75 Cents. Reserved Satst'uO,
Colored Gallery SO Cents. Seats secured freta
10i.ii.-4o 4 mi., dally, at Dnnaan J;- Winn's
Doors open at7o'clock; commence at 8 o cIOfK.
at 2 r. m. Admission Fifty" Cents, to all parts off
It Knni, ' - . iHnlliSt
. -.- . ;-
' " ITOTtS'AiK."
f- - da? t'. ' rti'i
TY' VIRTUE OF XS INTERLOCUTORV
X decree of the worshfpfnl1 County Uonrt bf
Hickman county, made at tbe uerembsT.u.erai
JBOii. in t&e case ot jonn
llassill , and, .Qther
others, '4 wlirViMisel
aramstTrovS. liroom and
to public sale, on tbe premises.
On tlie Ittts tiny- or January S'eXl.
The lands known as tbe llassill Land, iitaste-ii
and being in the Seventh Civil District hf Itlek-t
man county, situated on tha east side tT Pfa'e
KivAr. tnree mues west i rina ttooa. anu nin.
miles nortbwrat of Centrerille, bounded as is)
first Tract, lierinning on a gum and mckory in
tbe south boundary hoe of s vJi aatejisnrvey:
granted to Orlan Smith, So. l.tQl: mnsdngnrath
ZA poles to ahlckorr. with black wahmt point
ers at the fork of a ridet ! thence with the rac'tn-
d ere of said ndra.22b poles, to a popjacoo" the.
SOUIB IiaSK OI4T1DC iUVHi lUIMJU
Amw r.rm',1 rWa fTl Twit Ml in K ht
east bank of said rirer.andin the'nerta-beund
ary lino of Thos. JBaily survey of h50 arres .
thanee east with said line 229 poles, to the bfsin-
ning cu&tainlng TSCfc acrev
Second Tract Beginning on a gam.. Thoma.
Bailv's northeast comer, rnwiing''aiV'wttb,
said line S2 poles, to a gum'; Unce'east4CblM,
to a ram; thence north Zi polesrfO . stake In
ItoDeri isowen s une
thence with atd line we-t
K poles, to the beginning eontainlag 10
ing eontainlag 10 ai
Third lraet ue;
ns at iwb poplars la ibee
boundary line o:
i 650 acre lrat. rpalad to!
-east 100k tKilfcjjfo k Uark'
Taoaas Jially. runs
oak near the foot rtf ft HUl; tbence' north 30K
poles. led stake in mrirs acuta ofrandary line;
thence west-with his lie eT 5U4 pe)e t4Nraer
ofa 10 aire survey a saidJBoism; tbence south
with the same 32 poles, to his corner, and with)
in all W poles, to bis corner jn a Rue of. a 6e0
acre survey granted to Thomas- Dally; thence
south with the same 139 .poles, to the bst&i&inc
lue lino VI ftuuiuvr iv bctv saf ejr pi 3uu xx?wea
Mntaininir 0iH airres.
Fourth Also one ether tract.
part of aUbaeretiacta.theattaide of Pine'
Rirer that was granted to Qrjena Emjib-So.
1.4)1 containiilg about O) acres: Tn H tetther.
about 4s6 ae.res. . ... , , -jf-t,
All tbe ajce.dascnsfti ISDUJjrui pesoiu n
ether.on a credit of one. two ffid three yars.
fates with two or dare good sreuruiel; Srith)
ny'fes,tc .This Uwok .4-1?tA o
deelMtw" '- and Si.eeis.1 Csaaisiiraeri. '
ber. The Ej
$50,000 for th
am inymuiicii i lie iuirrea.1 or
of' AmertonJIiiienaintp Canada,
the 8th-June or that there: was a
U 3)biffi MA2VUO HAS
rr KeQ years ciJKrriicSH &
man limu. woold be nleasea to aceeDta Mlua
tion. either in tlia city or eountry town. Oaa
irive bet of references Arply to Is . J
Box m Nashville. tdec!2-lw
A MECTISQ OF THK STOCKllOLBKRS
k.m miivhav th, h.v nfjatinsrr. isrr.ii'
h tltv of .
ihn iilEce ot Jn Jre Hi.ittV. iri the- Conrthoase
for lhe purpose? "rltetlne Seven tTnateea, food
Tlie CTiWpest (tn1 the Bqttr
r BA-YEfc'TopR ottriKRs r0R".irt3Lif
l1 WnW'XPPlr t the office of AaarWroVt
4 Hiaiut, A'o- OS PnbUc Nqunre, .asd I
trill 8.a.theiq promptly, filed vfcsn 0(lred.
Tenw-Cash on denYerr.
, MJti ,w WATSON1; Areoi
JeclS-lm far J. WvLoais-
ADjiriis tratoSs' NoticoTr
TUbV 0RDER3IGNHD HAVING QUALI
lialjia Administrator of tha "Eatat of
Achuebper, deceased, hereby noJUles all jjersons "
inueotea io saia unato ;o egaieiorwara ana set
tlevrtd pkrtl(hgTine claims aeaiaattti JistaUt
tfUlrreseat thets lorpayjnaat.. -j, x
AGOSSraKMBNT OF FRKStf BVOIC
WllEAT CLOliR-suul Homlnyi.ia ers,
No. 9 Broad si.
fllJIOIj'.BEAliTiFUI. QROUNDS.OF XUE
1. JRfv, Pr. AWy;v, three miles out on ,he
lileke'rsoti; Pike. liaVfhir been stib-dirided into
three lota of' Twenty Acres. Encti.
Together .nith. all bis IIonwjiiuM aqd Kilfhfn
J'lirnilurp. Farmibe Tools, Stock, etc.
lot ' No. I, is a beautiful rrovd of Forrest
Trees, in the raiefct of which stands the solendtd
rasideDoe of the Doctor. Abo, on this lot is the J
l iui vtj .hud uafta. iiuiu nuicu iuejJine oiiibuicv.
ana ire venture me assertion that, mere is not a
lovslicr sjiat for sala in the vicinity of Nashrilia.
Lot. No. 2. affords a fine building spot, iroll
covoreil with Forrest Trees,
Ix)l No. 3. Is mostly elearedlaml.
Tho Doctor harinfr determined to, reman to
Mississippi, the sale -will bef ositivc, snd without,
Collation as nsnal. Omnibuses -will -leave oar
.offices at2?JVorthCherrr stroattand 61 Publie
, NEWSOM. OI.0VER i CO.. ) , ,
deel2-td ' v
For Cairo. St. Xuls, IttiiipliK nnd
Irriliir SPiifiNDiD PASfeNrtER
iiuusn Master. Joaxsr liiini.i
Clork.-wiRleava1aagt;B'n TUtJRSDAY. the
. .tor reiftnt oryasdaif afcpiy on board. or W
IIAKRIBOK SUNS. Aenu.
For Carthagev tlloydM Itmllnf
, . llnrkivUtc.
ritllK KAT LOW . WATER
luirsnc; iiasier; will irtV4 J6r tlte-abore ani
ly on, board, o:
jCoh.'BroaiI and Ironists.
'JLyQ&Bi Cllirry 'plectoral,-
i FORTHKRAPUl CURB OF
Cotigtisv Cold, Inflacnzn, Hoarse neas..
.-Croup, ItroncUllls. .Incipient. Con
inmptlon.niKl for lhe reUef or Con-
isntnptivc s-ntiems iu AUTnneea'Htii
gen f tbe Ulseftsei, ' , .h -i ,
(JO. WIDE IS THE FIELD. OJ?.
usaseiumess aao, so nuraecr
nns are the eases', of Its cures.
that almosl ererj section of
oounur aoounos. in parsons
puBiicir .Known, wno naro been
restored from alnrmlnir and
ereb desDernte diseases of 'tho-
lungs by its nse. ' .when once tried. Its supenor
itj'over every other eipectoract is. too apparent
u. escape ooservaiion, ana woereits Tlruiesare
known, tho public no loncer h'ejitate what anti
dote to employ for thdistressine and datarerous
affections of the pulmonary organs that-ara ind-
dent to our climate.
Whilo manv inferior rema
dies thrust npon the oo:
mmunitT fiave f&ifed and'
oeen aiscaraea.tais navcamea mends DyeTerr
trill, conlerred benefits on the emitted thrr can
nerer forget, and produced cures, too numarous
and tqo remarkSble to be forgotten. ' ",
We fean only sssuro the public, that lis qualify
ia en re fully kept op fa the best it erer has been,
andtttatujjtoay, be relied on tq do forheir relief
Great irtumbiirs of 'Clergymen, Thysiclaos,
Statesmen, andieminent personages, haTdlent
thelrnames to cartifr the unparalleled useful
ness of bar rMedies, but space -here will not
permitthe Insertion of them. The Agents below
nimei furnish gratis flur Auaaicnx Aluanxc in
which ,the are gwen; with also fulldesniptions
or th6,i?omplaints they care. yi..r-,...
Those'wfao- reqaire axf attirati Kedtetnti
pnrifythe blood will find Awr'&C&w.-Ext;
JSi;E3iriin.the remedy to nse. Try. it once,
ana you win Know its Tame.
Prepared by J. O. AYE It A- CO.,
. Lowell. Massachusetts, and told by
Druggists, and dealers erery where at wholesale
and retail: in JNasaviUn by
, BERRY. DEMOVILIiE 4 WtiARTOtt
qiiuVXCEnr at camdes, xesk,
SamusLJ. Reed w. XeJsan.Cox. s nd qthors; heirs
atlawVjf Stephen Hotgwoll, Injnpttioa will.
and wife, Mary E.i fpracrly JIary E. yabet-ar?
non-residents of the State of Tennessee, so that
ine oramary proce?s oi law cannot ne servea up
on them i it ii. therefore, ordered that onblica-
tlon.be made for four coosecritire' vrenVn in the
Dios a,d DisraTca, a newspaper published in
the cit"of Nasayille. commanding said irohy
-residentrdefendants to appear at the next term
of the Chancery Court to beheld for the county
of EoafSn, at theCourthouseinthetown of Cam
den, on, t tie tonrth aionday in February next,
-then and there to plead, answer, or demur to
complainant's bill, or the same will, be taken
for confe;3ed;and set for trial rxpari as to them
Aovemner luaistii.lK. - w. A. blUKLK,
de12-ltw . Clerk and Mter,
IN OHAXCKRY AT" fAMDE.Y, TENBf.
11. R. Qilbert W. W. and 3. T. Waggoner and
IT APPBARIKO TO THE SATISFACTION
of. tho Clerk And Master, from allegations in
the bill and amended bill, which are sworn to, that
J. T: Waggoner and E. C. Hubbs, defendants la
this oause, nro nonrestdenteof theStateof Tsn-
nossce, so mat, tne pruiaary process of lair .can
riot be served uppn them; it is, therefore, or'
dorcdlhat publication be made for four consecu
tive weeks in thk Mstoa xxo Dispatcit. fl news
PUPer published n tha city ef NashTiUe. Team.
rehuinng'Sfaid non-resident defendants. to appear
before the Clerk andMaster tf said Cdurt, at his
office in Camden. orKht'flnt Mondsy in January
ext, and plead, ansirer,.or demur (o complain-
against them. Nftiher SWISS. ' '
UeClZ-4tW t f W. SKI Bl BULB, U. MP
niUK WiAINXIFF.. STATB8 ONAFFiDA-
JL rit that the defendant is indebted to htm.and
nas rcmovea mmseir-iromine rssie, nanng,os-
tainea trom iv. A. Steele, Justice or tne feace,
n,,prieipii aoaenment against tne deiendant rer
turnsole before sail
urnaDie Deioie saio. jusiyie-, ana tne same nar
rig bccn'levfed bj' garnishment on effeeti in the
ibinaVtrf Wi dC. Aden. Administrator of Wm
i'&QS 4rwedrbelonging to aaid defendant,
Ml wereiyre oruer mat puDjieaiion ijejnadi
for,fonrsuesfVe weeks in fhe fmifln ind Ulf
match, a newspaper 'published, ttr the rfty of
asavuiew mat tlie uelendant aouear bel
said Justice at his office.
in Camden. Bentqu
coutttf.'Tcnneee.t6i"3ffth dayofMay next
Uea-ndsald'ffllit. BClt will be sat, tor final deef
" SELLING OUT I
i - vr "ii ! , ir "
t 1 l j -''1 . .
ii. , -1 ils h i ."e'n !
i r-u ir ' if lt; V iJir r"' !'li
I viin '
'CiJ!yaiicl Countw Moijoliants
.y'! ... .lit
i: - 1
i .ii i
Mai lrcin ir.Sircct,
Kf 111'! . m.i
i i i -! ():
TT AiV INO' .' DBTHR MlifflD. fTOi MAKH A
JJLshinf Ifi,knjas4l,4er tbeklaflre,jok of
Foreign ajHJDome&tiD' 'Dpyi'Oooda,;
BOOTS 'JAND HUOW, -i
I , -..-!' .17 ' . ! Y , I It,
r IIATJNonojfH, Etc;,, Etc.!
Hot fair ATltT.lrut.et RriM mitany n
lav in a saamr.
e wilt tW jttenfleWe
tr we knew-tt wfllet aelMwH.leBe to call
Muft?e'' y '' ' xf uu.. .
9. I tt ,U it.
la'' me. 7 Serih
'Wjcc' fdt li' taH ui'.l b4, i
iQHsmcuuuo pans an xriiXfAJ
iSm&Aiaitir sate br?5 s3 ,
Tor Evans ville, lonisville and Gin
& 4F cinnati.
f I steamer EMMA FLOYD. W. J. fJSfeA'
voss, Ataster. Kvhx. Clerk. wlIlMM5Se
leave as above on THUUSDAT. the Mth inst..
at 4 o'clock e. m.
For freight orDassaae.(liaviiicsuneriraaMm.
luuuKiiuar. app(T on Doara. or io
innlr on boar
lCpRBBTT BOYD, A
Ifo. 21 lirper Wharf.
HMIBAUTUORITY GRANTED TO ISALOIi
: X Dannpert, to Uansaat business far-iw, was.
For Keuf, 1
g FINEffTORE WpSSW?b8ST:
Si. near the corriertrf VTnr.nbw'cbicoVar a
Shoe Stare, far1 thai ensuing yean ApplytoGeo, '
SmiU. fcth D.rug c!torl corner of Churahj
and YjHCe. decU-lw.
To Tobacco Planters.
XTi: ARE1 NOW PREPARED TO STORE,
Y Ship or purchase' Tobacco, either itxne or
in hegsheads, ,CH at onr Wartheust. No. 24
Market street. Nashville.
decU-tf (B.) IfCQlfMcCREA A C6.
For Sale, Pent pr Lease.
IT largo threi story hriak Store nehses.lr
and-t9 061 lege street, ne Brood, 53 by 113 feet.
If not sold previously. U1 be aola ataoetlon- at
U oVloek xH on. the premises, on THURS
DAY. 27th Inst. Mr one-fourth cashTbalaace 1,
2. -l. 5 ryeari, for note bearing interest, with
approved security, etc.
A. NELSON A CO, Agents.
to,X B G X Jf g !
OXTiimniX ItESIDEXCRS FOB HAIX.
O The Wm. E. Jones plaee, niwly fitted up.
Jtousa witH lire or,tiX)rooBi4 aadotit-buildinrJl
flrst-rate. cever-faltlns spring in fl fry yards of
jaouje. wuu ou or .n acres ot lana. urea miles
a neat residence with three Or four rooms and
out-buildings, fine cistern, and $L acres of
splendid land, on tne uatiattn Pike, two milts
from the city. Hood orchard on both ttlace.
Great 4iargabs, If immediate application U;
J. I. Sc R. r. BROWN. AgenU.
deell-lw'-7 SSf Union street.
'. r K An ... ,i
yiUUftAl.$ & RETAIL. UltUGqiTH,
of Stketcu FoaEraj'J;
AFTER HA VINO' REFITTED
and hfivfaig niddo larg haditlbni. thereto'
we" ore.' agjreaily. to offer tojtho Public
lX?jy Brtielo.n?Tmlly.fonud in i,Drugist.
r'Wa. have lntgtbro- anextenflly utock.of
Tiire. and Pre&h. Drugs,. aUeine?
atalw, etc., whwh- for 'qnahtyi ondpunty
are tmsurpaflsed by any other mrriilaT estab
llshmenf In tho country. ' ' '' '
Tlia great variety p European and Ame-,
rican Fonejr Goods, Fine. Soaps, tToilet
Powders, Pomades, Brusheis Extracts, ete.
-Mibmprising fnvpfew of goods from Low &
Son, London'; Coudray, SooTete' xHygieniaue
, nnd Lnhin of Paris; Bazin and ptherj repu
table , : American mannfaotnrerd will bo
found moat complete, and for beauty,' ele
gance, and utility, cannot fail to milt the"
tastes of (he mos t .discrimina ting.
Dur assortment of Cosmetics, TortoiBe
Shell and Ivory 'Combs, PuftV and 'Boes,
Mirrors, and other articles of that clasa.
beuig of thJatast stylev? andofjlie rami
recent importation, .will com par -with that
of' any house-'in the South.
Great attention is paid to the selection
and imnortation of Pure, and, Fresh Drugs,
and none other are allowed to go' ont of tho
A. splendid selection of Imposed and
Domestic Cigars, all Une brands of Chewing
and Smoking Tobaccos; GarreU'u Sceteh
and Maccbboy Snnfls; and every article iri
lt.-itr'l JiitSl' iii. '
A nibsti extensivo) and varied assOrtrdent
. Iftshingr TaokleJ
onsistingjf Hooks from tha poet-oelo-
brated manniactories of Limerick, Inland,
and Silk, Grass, Japanetie, and Cabld-laid
Lines. Also, Reels, Bamboo nnd Japanese
Rods; together with, every, thing usually
found in a nrst-olaan establishment
' ' A large lot of tho ceJobrated Neplus ultra
Black . and Plantation Imperial and other
tine TAo jusft received.
$SF Prescriptiatis compounded'-wlth ac-
cnratJy by competent and erpefienceu Pr-
maoists; and Physicians and others.on
depend on tha most entire reliability in" tha
execution, of Orders, all goods being war
ranted a represented. 1 r
jCorner College And Union stl
nev.lltf-p , -' fc
1 FOll -i SALE.
T 0FEER FOR SAtE 100 ACRES dF THE
X piaca wnereoo I live, being five miles Irani
theeltr.GU the-Riehland PUS. and adjoining
uen.narutng-s rars. hm$ one or tas.sandr
sqmest and jaort dulrabla farms in the.Btate
improvements good f ram a dwtllfcg. kltrL'tn.
spUndid large bare, (tone spririg-hause. 'aad all
in good repair: about, as.jacres -of timber. nd
blue grass, and about- lii texts ot elorg-r. last
spring's sowing; .first'-ratc spring; Kiehlaad
crestcmns through the front lot; ind never-
lAinng itoclt jwaier in( tne baoK pasture, in
place is beautifully situated tip the pike, and.J
a Vfrv mitnMlrn frtrlAn.
ALSO, about 35- AaTea-of rich Land on 'the
irranuin 1'ilte. about JJS mile rxon the ir&
Io improvements. A very handsome place. I
wMI sell either or both of tbe above for a very
rtienabl nrice. A man will be" hard to please
.wHo eannet be suited ioonooTnejua.
iT.ii. iir.iir,i o.ut,jLii..
150 "TOWN LOTS;
, ; ) i j, - - ,-fcjcwj-
On Ijliei Slat Day of Iecejube,
Offer at public a!f, and cmtlnu from day tb
dav-tintil all ara: sold, all these beaqtHal Lett
.heretofore reserved and nnsqld,and which are
eligiuyjtuaaiea wriamuy resiaeaces, ana lonaj
costTeHTeat for basinets bosses.
TffioftM wb dours aTummer resldaace, or a
delightful dwlliag place, thusale pr
attraetionf. The locality or Tutlah
lpurtion ef from 800 to 1.000 Inh
lOBLL WMh a
TepuItion ef from 900 to 1.000 tahabltants. on
taa Kasnvuie ana unatusuoga luturoaii, at tne
terminus of the MeMiaaville asd Manchester
Railroad, in Coffee county, and on the table lacd
of th ilonntsln Dutriet of Tennefsee, U Of sn
sarnasied aalubrltv and. sleassntnasa. All the
eaabBtsand agpnaaoas Of high cirilltatioB. of
as orderly, well rezdated. moral and reTLrioss
eoaamanity. and good schools, the pnreit ef
water, e&aiybeate and aaipnur, m lae tewaite
THE TERMS TP $ALE
Aiearditof sLr or twlreni oaths, evceot the
ram flf ten peretnt. to b paid down on day of
tale. , JJead asd ceenrtr mmre-4, and a Ilea on
th toujrttaipcd. Maps ef the tejra and of the
orsajeioDo joenon appncaiien to me at
my heale in Tauanoms.
4)IH rr., TIahma, Tenn.
'is csiAscmtY cetr&T At i.ivi."efis-
SPECrAL OCTOBER TBRMU&i.
Mahala Roberts vr. SpenctrileltsBTTtt mft -
Bill of Revivor.
TSTin3CA8B.IT APPKARIlfO 10TITE
1 Court that defendants. Uoore,'Alire an J CuJ -
ArpiKrons.are ivn-resiueM oi ine omw
TaBnaniteTBetng residents af th3t,.,fI
eatrnw- itrltberefBra erdsrsdthatpabllsa-
tWn be mad sin the NaJhTlJIe. yawn aad D-
Boteh.a Rape? pubRjhed in. fJ,ill!lI:
Sir four renseeutire TreAi. reeulrlmf sa de.
fcndaritr to3 appear at tba Beit term C tte
Obataeery CourtJax Orertoo cooaty, t b Ml
at the Court Uftosa jo thfwa, of LitiAKfje?,
W"i btflTavitha-sasa rM M fbr eM?
ISBI..B ll. -
' it: i - ' ;
ao. :i2 oujimcii stubet,
HAS ALWAYS- OX MAUD A OOOD AS
HUTl IILSON A FLEMTNW
.'Are prepared t.. da UOC0B. 3M. aad BAX
,nr.tt.rjvif.iiisu ia an eraj
.rierstvle. Paint SWte-CorQi
em A'leys- nwvas-rr
Count vy Xorspapcr Pul-
"T?-OR SALKAT THIS f9ICB. VARIOUS
JD fenUef swuwsst Itm fUUk eaa
be bought at very saotoble rates hr eah.
Abo, Imposing Sfa4. Ca, Prans, and in
Uil all the atatevtal BeeesaM sV reAig a
good, e&uniry uwftfret adrfe . We bare
likewise fir sate a Proof, Job. aad a rower
Press all as rood as new. Te Power Press fa
Te Power Press b
a rotter, en weiiefi can Jke
scripuan ei work ; site vi bett.
e learned on itiliratioft at tkle
College and Stone's R&er Tmeuiika, sk to fi
Sr., lrej. T. Kaiml sjitH. Jm. K. Tfee
tract cetaiale39a ACKEa, aad iuU Uiruied
into los ofloaercs. Tbe whole tnsft is Saeiy
elevated fur btafldnt site. The pike tm
throttxh tho c ttr ot thetrMt. a4 eaeh iter
aop lbt purchases a lot au buM an the jSk.
and will be entitled la the use f one ef the (est
sprma ef fir- stone xmtt T'imi. 'IV
whole teactcnn bernrti, . tra.-t uf UaJ.
isnuat to any Iff tha neigaJtoihuod. TMslaadu
rerr superior mr ise pniaio crop, roiinu ana
I Be d
frantenrsr irfoe". attt w
better t baa river botteeu.
Mrwfw. and will taml the dreewht
It m neatly all ltl
.land ab1 beauuiul.
1 win sen on lae sain day KS Vl;KK. all tim
bered land, and very aeartty limbered, in le
10 acres, situated eatiM Mvttreeritare rik. lot
8 mileAirem the etty f Saehf die. ajjoiuaffc
lands or Mrs. OwcTxr- JohP ShaanMe. IrarSit
Towns, Rsi.. W B. CartwriffM. Rn., aad wM be
sold on a evedR of one. twa, three, M( and Iva
IwMl sell.Tft acr uT Land, and 01 the Slock.
Creps.erc.. and will tnke in port citr Pfovefty,
on a emilt ef esc to Hva yearn Per-lhe iMletMf
l would like to have a tina-H cash paymwst. I
hafe a boat 3m aeren la Mre grasa. The in
prafemens are geod. THefe 1 fmm fer
tour miles of reek fence. There; w (r to &y
hundred aoree of JteUeM 1m4, Possession
given JantMIB- 1st, lf.
decC-lw V Y. A. CARTWRIQIIT
Jlxecuforjfl Sal of Xand.
SBXECPTOhV OF ntYTt V W IRI ANU
lniiec 4wale Milea Irum.
film t'reek. bwwaflbe.tlowjr Lriol
iidbro. bow deceased, aad tanud
InrtheTtotneetiasd afiwW John KtasMo. TMs
livery, valuabft (and, and will be sM, vMhaui
TERMS One aad two. yeoea, with laftrest.
Neteswithrroaa4sMrtty.ae1 Hsi retnlaed.
decfl-td, HAMBL KIXltRQ. Hteeutof. ,
St. XtOUiiel, MiriAonrl.
Hatch;1, Weaver. Foltfe Co
Lot ' For; Salt
A. ii t: i-o it
TOh ttFSHR. F6Ri SALK AN THE
at 1- o efartk it est
. a lot of ntaaad M !
r r i -
Ktt freet and
1T6 feet deep, to a 12 feet alter, situated "oe
street, a little seirth of Btraad. There ia ttood
brisk stable, do the praasUes. Those who deeire
to pprehaje a boe&e lot should not rail to attend
the sale. It fe vaaieM to busiBeaf. and at
tho same time frm fteea ihm dMt and baiUe u4
ine teraM are uawtweier rear, awnc
fourth oash, and the,
a as sans i
in , twe, three
THIRD , ANNUAL ISSUE
Nashville. City Directory
Konosnr p.tiiTiMtyii tiie book
' IS JiEltfVBRED.
STiiELCijK'ASS FOR PATHOXAfJjt FOR
. theThUd Annual Iffi of the NwhTll!e
ity nirorrbry for 1867 wiH eoaaaeaas Moo
day, December JO. Al aa ADVJRTIBINO
MEDIUM, it is unsurpassed, and win be of in
calculable benefit to the business taea. of the
city. Agents wilt call apod the bashsesa men ef
the city, and the Publisher hepea be may be
a curreet ana eoBTpreiransive uwectery. The
fianvasafer geaeral lr41 1 wtH anaistMe
the first MfedeKAae the ftsstfday tf Jaaaary.
and the book win be ready tor delivery, oa or
about Mareb Wit. '
Direetery OOee--M I'alati aaxi bbpatah aOea.
d99-3t , vP. KI.V?, iSifeSsher.
Louisville and Nashville
It ;! PvO AD.
QTJ10K TIME 0
! JWIlT 't
i lIXaiNXAT,Iv. , ;w '
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