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I'areaeat JarariaWr inadvane. aad-tfie, paper
liMWBtinu when the time paid for expire.
Vnktalarr eemmiwie&tiGn, eontaininr inter-
esttfHtlsBPOTtantnetrs.soHelted from any quarter
New letters from the various Cfianties of the
te of wijUy desired. . . , . ;
TIIURSDAT, DECrJinCR 13, 1SC0-C
rsriSTVs or the day:
The receipts trees iBternal.resue.pn,tlie 11 lb
tnlO. werettSMKV '.'.'! . i . s
One hundred theusond d&Harsi offered for the
awrehimfl f the thieves who robbed the
Ryt TMoeafvee Cempar.j-f
Tbad. Stevest hai several bilU for enaMinc
arts for orsitinff Hi Southern States into ter
ritories, which he will intradttfe into the IlrmM
in a W dmft.
The roe etptt from custom during the week
endter IerW8th, were ia New York $1,113,-
m, smi.tm, Philadelphia m,m. uaiti-
Adrtee frem Tamptee anttounee that the 1.1b-
I .wis, we exaetise heavy forced loan for th,
sttsjawKt f their MMters. 1
Tfce veterans of the war of 1S1! are tnaklnz an
ejferttn ftroeure from Caneress the pastase of
attest a law at will seeure them from want, a Ad it
i bieved theazsrezato amount U be iid an
mtaHy weald wit ezeeed RO0O.0OO.
The Meapbis correspondent of the CioeittfMt
CetrHe "General bankrupt' U expeated
throughout Misippi. iv eat Teaneseee asd Ar
learnt are In abetter financial rendition, but
wtM see hard timet."
wn. Paaldtar, ins paymaster who test some
$98,009 ef coreraraeat fond! by the failure of the
Merobants' NaUenal Bank of Washing-ten, and
who aftenrardi wai sentenced to pay a fine and
he iBaprbeaed, bai Jutt been pardoaed by the
President and the fine remitted.
The eSieial eoant of the State canvassers in
New York announce the majority for dor. Fen
ton at the recent election ax 13,789. The aggre
gate rfrte of the State ii 718,311, aeainit 730.821
in 1SSI. Tb inereue in Gov. Fenton'f majority
nrer what it was in ii fi.tfo, notwithstanding
the lnerfia.sed.VAle in New Yorkcitr.
A lerrttc tornado pawed through (Henderson,
Kmkaaunty, Texai, on the evening of the 4th
inst., killing air persons and seriously injuring
twelve. Great damage wax done tn the surround
tagawuatry. Ptve, or -six houses were blown
dawn, arneng which wax an academy wherein
faurMbeiart were killed and twelve seriously
Acting Governor Amy. of New Mexico, has
issued a pr&elamatinn calling on tbe citizens of
that Territory to organize volunteer military
eesipanlns to protect themselves ogainit the In
dian. The Oorernor places no confidence id
the treaties recently made with the Sioux, and
other tribes, and expeet the reaeiral of hostili
ties os etm ai the government annuities lately
distributed are exhausted. ,
It l reported that after the adoption by Cn
groM of the universal suffrage bill for the- Dis
trlct nfCnlambla, the city charter will be taken
away and the city governed by a- Board of four
CuRiwlseioners appointed by the President.
Ttieeo Geramtssiener will absorb the functions
of the city government of VTasblngton and
fleorgctown. A leng bill on the subject ha befcn
prepared for presentation to Congress,
A bill has been introduced In the Senate from
theOeramitteeon Retrenchment, which prohib
its the removal of any officer below a Cabinet
Minister wlthont the consent of the Senate. It
provides that the President may suspend a man
from office for malfeasance, during the Con
gressional recess, but unless the Senate shall
concur, after examination, in the verdict of the
President, the offlcer,bsll bo restored,
The Mil regulating Congressional session.
whMi passed the House on the 10th inst., simply
pravtdef that each Congress beginning with the
FortWh, shall hold three sessions, viz.: Two as
ww, and anoth'er beginning the 1th of March
next, and every second year thereafter. It was
put through by a vete of 133 to 23.j lhenetttire
vote b'elng entirely made of Democrats.' The
bill is net likely to bo taken up in the Senate
tit' after the holidays. It will probably pan by
a good majority whenever reached.
The folloning dispateh or circular has been
received at Washington by the French legation,
and fettles, officially, all doubts about the evacu
ation of Mexico. It was addressed by the French
Minister or War. tn the Departmental Intcnd
cnts. as follows s "Tho entire expolitlonary
corps ef Mexico i to return to France at the
early part of next year. I request you, in con
seHfrnec. te order the administrative councils of
tho corps or troops stationed In your divisions,
and who have portions eraployd in Mexico, to
cease, henceforth, to send any stores to that
Mr. Dingham. of Ohio, Introduced a very im
portant bill In the House of Representatives
wi the 16th InsU It declares, valid all acta, proc
tarnations arug orders of the President and acts
done by hiAuthority after the 9th of Mareh.
1SS, and before the 1st of December, 1S6T, re
specting martial lar, trial by mllilar eommis
fian Tlf the arrest and trial of persons charged
as Rebels during the late insurrection, or as
aiders and abettors thereof, and of all rrocced-
&W uene or had by courts martial or military
vommiasions, and of all arrests or imprisonments
made in the premises by the President, and tie-
elating the same to be yalid to the same extent
as If previously authorised by express laws, and
providing that no civil court ofaState shall re
Isw or reverse any of the proceedings held, or
bold any person for nets done or committed tnl.e
don by thesa orders by the President,
RKniTf'IXC' STATES TO TI'.XtniTO.
TIir AVafliingt-.n erretontent
CineinnsUt JCnqn'i fi wys in liis d
S ,1 O , t . , wmm
oi me cmii mount. - I ho m-ono
trsmt Snthrn StsUea a territlrie
jSroHud with the ma ..f the eptiWican
Congre-smen, eatwciaUj- Antony t!ie raltld,
reckia cUs,1'- There U little doubt
.that UijJUjMlitBasJwivs xne.twAVAshiH-j
ton to carry out thic ioJiVj, and they jjll
ptddicanK should falter in the work .13
sisncd,tlt4i4. .This ii Inirdly prtdmhle
as the Enquiifi eorreapondent says the
ro-ositioii jsains gnmnd with the msj
of the (JeMWI-atiBetsJteSIn a letter;
dated the ftth int., two days previous td
ptf-of this disiwUsh. Ihe. JJnavii
ilpdi 'ffie4 ,Hsfliedl
frestorcd, the nearer illie Union .will be the
IaThcrefljc tbosoiwho would net save the
Union unifes thc'Wcould at thejsame time
ave8lav-rIdo'notarrec with them. "
If there be those who would not save the
Union unless they should at the same lime
destroy slavery, I do not agree with them.
Jv paramount object it to sate the Union
.anduoLetihcr ta-tartxa-- destroy tlaxery.i
, I nLke Chief Justice Chase, .who.speaka
oT thej&iutfiern Stifei'as' ISmm'unitiH,"
and, unlike the ISadical leaders in Con
gress avIio resorWat they are ' dis
tricts of countrraeiSj? occupied by tho
once existing Sjates of Wrginia, North
Carolina. .Soutlufi&rdtnnJeOrgia, Flori
da, Misfiiswpii'ttpnrai, Ijouisiana,
ArknnsaR a'piJ Texa.1, Mri!ncoln both
ro- cniieu and Hratjennnjlbtates in the
I'nion. 1 n3iuaterto!lltcl,:d ward
Stanley, A(fiiiory .Gdrfof North
Carolina, dated the. 2p!lipfptendier(
1SG2, he said:
iiie Booner-inc national authoritrcan be tm b-v?imii;jex.
iVJ m..TTi!... c. ,1. B? tin. re. . n 9. - - -im .
xue vjfincinnau wnfgtt raai oi tus'tltu
nst, "ives the folldwiniisfciniuTar ad.
pressed. to eachoi the-iKadicalpembcra,
bf Congress, prior to learing th'ir homci
tor Nasinngton, by a person in Chicago, I Br. Louis, Dec. 11. A large and cnthti-
n.imea U Al. buijUi. It u ijnm of the nj J513'10 meeuug,of the fctepbens' wipgpf Iie
garies'of the tim'es, UiatSa W.y ofr6- ftSf' EWnt and
cord-only as WibiBmlirJl
gramme for reducing states to territories;
as follows - :
"The points the Radical will aim to
carr out,' are hAsspJ o fer a tlift South rii
unreprewnted States are ootieerned;
mut be daclaral to be illegal ,-TJie States
must fe declared to le territories.
"2. A law mutt be naaeal callwl an.on
tabling ati, tmder which new gorernmenH
for each of those States can lie formed, the
constitution ef' cfili't)f whicMfnust be sulh;
milled to Congrens for its approval.
"3. That enabling act must declare who
aliall vote for delegates to the convention
do ujiake Uhj trew oomtitntiiw. Tbninat
dufrancbiijthtwe. who took, part dn the Ii Jrhe,pebpTe of iErfi&iana slialltholflack
war jor ine ouiu: ami ucciare all other? an oi)portunity for a fair election for both
to be 'vMers, wWiout regard tb rare or fVdcrnl nnd Stito nmr hv
v.iii in fil-Jtoiil TI.SSfrrii
RTveciannrs: Seizure of n c,...S
rriiiicer ami n Ijrs Qiinnlllyr
persons laboring under a --ansa of gtlt
"Gestures I have ecedtlj- come into
possession orinf8rin'ati6n to tTie 'eflect fliat
a plot has been formed to destroy the lives
of asufficient number of liepublfcap to re
duce them toa hiindrily In'CohgreA. Ilall
road accidents, poiwnirig ec will be re
sorted to as the means to accomplish this
result, and unless you are very careful they
will succeed. My advice to each of vou
would be to start for Washington twff or
tiireeuaysneiore tne time announced, ami
Un spoCe upwanbs of two hours, in support
of his plea to the Jurisdiction Court. The
Jiuige tlecided tliat the court had power.
Nrev Yor.K, Dec. 11. Roberts' Fenian
headquarter have an animated look. The
rooms and paswages are filled with caea of
breech-loaders. Robert U making active
preparations lor a lornndalile movement
againsi wnaua ,
London, UecTll. pm. The steamer
Kolivar has been seizetl. She is supposed
4.-1. 1 ia . L L .
i nave iteen lnienuett lor a Fenian nnva-
r New Yokk, Dec. 12. The Coroner's
Jury, in the case of the ninopersons smoth
ered m Division street tenement house fire,
found thaSlhe fire was the work of 5h in
cendiary, t . sa
A body, suimoed to be tlm
Berming, was rccoveretl from the TWer
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ADVERTISEMENTS
AttenSon Irishman $
iE iriB .naturS-isF and Shh
for the DUrnose of ore anizinir a. new Fanuin f"ir.
de. Ihe meeting will be addressed by General
Johs O'Xmil. CapL W. J. UvNsa. aad others.
Turn out all earnest friends of the Irish cause.
ItS- All r)ra.lnH hfl Lille walna lit lll.l
a -trtillcate-of jeiiditiominv,t he- ca.cf4e''mIl.lle?ieii 10 P1"" 1 attha office.
fii,. "encrai u eui, jT feaar st. !Iecl3-If
street fire yesterday .
Great Reax, accused of forging, at Glasgow,
ocuiiano. - . ' '
The Herald's Raleigh. North Carolina,
corresiwndence Hays the'regulators in that
State are at work robbing ankees and' ne
groes. They have burned a gin-honse be
longing to a Northerner, nnd another wais
shet. Negroes are shot and hanged nearly
"I shall "Le jnucrt gratified, if you can
find it practicable to liave Congressional
elections held in that State before January.
It is ray sincere wish that .North Carolina
may again governVnerself conformably to
the conslituaon of the United States."
Then in st Iettito zcommtttoe of citi
zens of Lonisanofatedjthe 10th of June,
1SG3, he said iff regard 'to an election td
be held in the succeeding November:
go unobserved, and keep a sharp lookout teer. Tiiere was an immense quantity of
iftpr vnn trt flini-o Cur- .-till ..T, i -i , , . . . -1
7 . j -"ft "-", o"..trt.c, ..ur. aic-j guns anu iowaer on ooard, wlucti was also
in store for your destruction, andllitThper-. taTcen ihj session of. The utmost vigilance
..uuiiwu sui-iinuvm. a, conuniie io De manilested in search for
nave hie wnoie secret oi llieir plotting
from the tery commencement, and will re
veal it all when the timcarrives. Andrew
Johnson, i acting true-to his ifconstit
j i conunue io De manilested in search for
Fepians. and additional arretsare reported
j-iodiaYe Wen made both iii this cbhntryand
.... . . ,
tiling in my power to give tliem.
Here he urges and entreats these States,
not as territories but.a'steovereign Statesj
to send Representatives to Congress and
govern themselves conformably to the
constitution of the United States.
He further illustrated Jus desiret to
restore tne union byissuingJ a proc
lamation on theSth of December, 1803.
inviting the people of the seceded
States to re establish their State gov
ernments, and promising the Execu
tive protection to tho same, provided"
these'g9yja-fimen& uhonldf beesuV
lished by as many as one-tenth of th.-'
legal voters in tho.l'residential election of
whole course in this matter was sane-!
tioned by tho Republican party, wc have
evidence in their unqualified indorsement
which Mr. Lincoln made on the 11 th of
April, 18fj, the last he ever made, and;
ArvAH . l. .. i .. c i' i i i t
unci me aurreuuer vi viesi. i.ee, niiicu
was regarded as the virtual close of the:
And.he urged, this "policy" upon
sojileHf fiese Stalest ' That his
the narties. nnd cannot snenTr of. tb'p!r
is full of doubt and uncertainty ; that J: "'.' "X . S",TT jl IV i-Tv?) Z -"y There fs ho doubt of the success' of such
snopiwpectof a speedy harmoph- lmmedate', restornlion of the Southern I on. or . .
"That law carrittl Vut, it is suptKwed
would put the control of each of the un
represented Statesin the hanflsof the South
ern loyalists. And, if it should happen
tliat the freednien sliould be influenced by
their old masters, and vote delegates not of
the right stripe, Congress has the power to
reject the constitution framed by such dale
gates, though approved by those entitled to
vote on it.
"Sueh an cmUing act irUl be pasted , unless
the Radicals are sure of securing the irt
Ptm'dtnt. If sure of that, they will wait j
for their whole object is to perpetuate the
power of their party. If not sure of that,
then the counsels of Ren. Butler will be fol
lowed, and the President impeached and
deposed, if not previously gotten rid of by
"A joint rcvilution will lie pacd declar
ing that the votes of none of jhe unrcprei
sented States for elector of President and
Vice President, in 18CS, shall be counted,
That will 1 a nest-egg feruljiew civil jnarj
Bnt there will lie "no necessity for 'fl.'if
President Johnson, aftor vetoing th$
veto shall carry it out. If he will execute' ff 'P 4i platform .adopto b.
the law, the people of the South will lie at the Bultimoro Convention. In the speed
the mercy of the Radicals. If he will not
execute it, the Jaw oan net be carried into
operation without terrible scenes of blood;
in which the blacks will be the main wif-l
"The conclusion of my mind is, that the
m 1 m
mere is no prosiiect 01 a speedy hannon
ing of the country : that strife and sectional
bitterness will bo increased; that mercan
tile embarrassments will multiply; that
trade will languish; that general distrust
will take held of the imblic mind, and that
a general financial and political crash will
close the cloudy and constantly darkening
Tho fnreltodings of this correspondent
are not without reason. Tho outrages
which the JSadicoL are Leaping upon tho
Southern people in flie ninntf ot law, will
react upon the country and bring forth a
brood of evils from which the North ns
woll as the South must suffer. In this
terrible Iewwi seems to rest the only hope
of bringing tho Radicals to their senses.
There seems to be little doubt that the
Enqmro's eorrivenlenthas correctly set
forth the Radical programme for reducing;
the ten Southern States not represented1
in Congress to the condition of territories.
In the work of reconstructing theso States
so as to give them the control of affairs,
their reliance is upon the negroes, and if
tney atinnlu lHil.tliem, then thee States
nre to be kept in a territorial condition
for an indefinite period.
We showed thpftthtrday how fur this
Is a departure from the imlicy which con
troled the Republiaarj party, durjnjj. jthe
war, and stated Mr. Lincoln's apparent
desire was tp restore the Union, us it ex
isted at the time of his first election,,, In
his first inaugural address, Mr. Lincoln
read a resolution in which Wh said those
who nominated and elected him, " placed
in the platform for his acceptance, and
as n law to themselves and to him,"
which is as follows : ' , ,
''R.osolved, That the niainlainance invio
late o the rights of the States, and espe
cially the right of each State to order and
control its own domestic instilulioni accord-
,,yr,lJ,V,V,l l.n,l.W T J"C -
modern Judas, from 1801 all the way down..
There are more traitors, however, beside-i'
him, engaged in the present conspiracy.
The business of General McClellan In,
Europe for the last two'vears has been
with the Pope and other high dig-
nitaries of the Catholic Church, to form .
coalition between the Catholics apfl Demo
crats to reinstate the Democratic party in
ltower. You will recollect that a council
of Catholic bishops was held in-Baltimore
a few weeks ago, with closed doors, ald,
their deliberations conducted in Jatin ;
and you will also recollect that a very dis
tinguished American qitizen, (being-no less
a personage lhan the President of the.
United States,) made a flying visit to Bal
timore thelast day that this council sat, and
was in secret session with them. This was
barely mentioned by the papers, , without
comment, as nothing wrong'was busitectetlyl
Cardiff, Dec. 11. -p. m. A large
rpiantity of arms, which were undoubtedly
intended for shipment hence to Ireland,
for the use of the Fenians, have Iieen
seized by the police, and parties in whose
charge they were found have been arrested.
DniMN, Dec. 11. m. Government is
arresting supposed Fenians hourly. Loval
mutual protective associations are forming
Suou N to rill.
Buffalo, N.Y., Dec. 12. The great
snow storm yesterday, seems to have been
confined principally'to this neighborhood,
very little snow havnig fallen east of Ba
tavia, and north of TonOwanda. At least
twenty-four inches fell in eight hours.
K.re Iarh or I.lhv
Quebec. (I E., Dec. 12.-On Friday last
the railway station of St. Jean Port' Joli
was burned. The station master, George
Johnson, his son aged eight, and daughter
three years' perished in the flames. Mrs.
Johnson leaped from an attic window and
was severely injured. The fire h supposed
to be the work of incendiaries.
calling-upon the President to inform the
Senate whether any person has been ap
pointed to any office, reouired bv law tn le
: ' ft ., ," OU- WIUJ 1.. , , 4. . - 7
but as 1 had then received a nart of mv in-1 H lea.y consent oi me henate, or coramis-
. r , i . . tnn, t't.: -C .1. ' C i
lorniauon, s welt Knew what, ' was in Ui
wind.' If Andrew the .First (?) ditt not.
then and there put his signature to a docu4
ment guaranteeing the spiritual reign of
the Pope upon this continent; is: i (onsid-
.eratipn for their assistance in establishinK.
RrCHMOND, Dec. 12. Careful canyassing
or the Legislature showsonly four membera
in foyor of the amendment of tho Constitu
W'ASlirvnTrtv Wan ioLTt':, 1
'UAMiinoton. Dec: 12: Sfa-atp. Mr. herein semi-nffi! .;t n.,i t.
..luigao iiiinMiuceu a joint resoiuuon oi inai nnrrati will be otlereil his pardon on
ii.x'iciu.i )ur ins servires wiinuiuou inai lie will testily Ma faithful
in laying mc Atlantic cable, lie
Committee on Foreigu Relations.
Mr. Trumbull introduced a resolution
uil resideaee aver it h Alnrket
Sff'w5i4nd 6T frWB Chorch, now posupied
Vr3. F. Hosrlca. Apply th
, . W. Ii. DOYD.
decW- lt No, U S5. Vine sUeat.
CJL. jandjKaiuily resideaee aver
Iltouso ami tot for Sale.
WE, WILL SHLL. AI .ycTI0X ON TI1E
, reJ a MONDAY, tho 17th inst.. at
11 o'elock, the valuaUe name and Lot No. SI,
on Sprneastreetiaiiwhieh time tfaaprociift dtmon
tiqns of thai Lot jfill b liven. Terms One
third Qa. Balaaee. oaa and two years, with
interest aed Hen retained.
, ANDBBSON. JOHNSON Jt SMITH.
dMlSrtd . , Azeats.
A $P COCKRILL TRACT. WE
2V. have a larye number of baatlfat Batldtns-
Lots in Boyd's Addition, and In the immediate
vieinity of CocUrill Sprine, that we will sell pri-
uisij uu iiuenu inreu. rerseas uesiruijr ai
some rahurban toeatioaf wonlj Js tftll to i
ua a-eall. ANDHRSON. JOHNSON SMITH.
NEXT DOOR TO SANDY
rARTKR'S. No. 25 I ni.in street. Apply on
T h c, Dy ,A,P P o i n e d
Final Award of Premiums.
ty. niitahte ftr
Keferretl to witness against all other parties wholmow
na I nr rinil mnnnnttnn n!tl.H .1: .. ? 1,
. i-uiici mi cuv ur mill-
rnltw -.til. !, l r .
..ii me auuciuiia act.
sioncd during the recess of the Senate pre.
vious' to the assembling of the present
Congress, and has been continued m such
office since the end of tlie Iastsession without
the submission of his name to the Senate
for confirmation, and particularly whether
and perpetuating his temporal power, theni if"rrW ?r naval officer of the port of which the prisoners, were connected,
mv information is of no account. . lhiladelphia has been so continued in ... . - -
" f bibwlthtretf Tsptol;. 'and know thai I.
am not aecatat. I liave atlacneu tins cer
Tlie 1 Fen Ian PrlioncrH,
....... . T A A ,T1 1 n . . 1
v4Lt.jii.i;, iec iz. ine I'rovincial au
thorities have relinquished all responsbilTi
ity for the fate of the condemned Fenians
by turning them (ver to the consideration .
oi tno home government. How that gov
ernment will act with reference to their
fate depends in a great measure upon the.
luiiirc uesiens oi tlie organization with
four small Famrt near the
NEWSpM. OLOVBR A CO.,
., , Real Estate Agents.
No.-r North Cberrrst. ldeclS-3t
A LL PERSONS IIAVINU GOODS AT
2V. 1. Corrn's Pawnbrooker's Office, 71 North
(.berry st, that are over due. are hereby notified
that, if the same are not settled for be&re tho
l.th day of December, they will be soW at Pnhlio
Auction. Ideel5-lw) I. COHBN.
We, 16a uade.iincd. a Cemmitto appomicd
to cor4uat the awardins; of Premiums te the
numbers of the Caoasr Ofxkx Home At
AasqciATtoif. have boeo. aathoriicd by the nian,
acemcat to announce Monday. January a, 1SST
as tho timo when tha final award of all the Pre
miums shall be made without further postpone
ment. In order that Mr. Caesar may mxliu the full
bensfit of hi cntcrprUa-aad that the certifi
cates may bo held by fceea ue purchasers, and
not by him it is necessary that tha re main in?
certificates should be speedily disposed of.
. The Committee assura all parties Interested
that every eare will be talcon to secure perfect
fairness in awardins; tho Premlams.
W. F. COOLBACOn. Pros, UnUw Natl Bank.
Pros, Third Natl Bank.
Pre, of Board of Trade.
Manager Ara'n Express.
Munn 4 Scott Elevator.
Pres. Second Nat'l Baak,
Ewinr. Dries A Ca.
Hall. Kimhark A Co.
Treasurer C. B. Q.R.R.
The mnnStrmrnt tletirr (a ttalt that aftfr the
ulufriptioH book shall hays been etintd. an i
terintl of three or wr xeeekt uill be required, to
prorur return, from the ageneiet, nhieh extent
over alt He State! and Territvriet nf the Wm
"'' to prttjterly prepare the boelt .forthe-ute c the
for a more nwaj tAy than teonM olhertnte hare
vrrn nrresmry, -
3-THE SUBSCRIPTION BOOKS WILL
BE CLOSED, Wn EN TH E SALE OF CFRTIFI
CATE8 SHALL HAVE BEEN COMPLETED.
WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE.
"PersotM wia tKtrnd ta jmreUue etrtiieale are
reiiuerea not to aetav tonaer.
&rtijiefitef, Tce Dollarl. Hemit. tsActt ixwsi
US'nLVrttJ' .-' OfT Order. 3-Needier
tmrrt nmirrmnff (.Nrreacy. Uti eet to
I. Y. MUNN.
J. A. ELLIS,
A KD AP-
f A?st. frrrr,
d W tS IK W SRajje.-
HUTCHISON A FLSMINQ
Are resmred to do HOrSE. S OX. assi IAN
NKR PAINTING in H branctM si3X fapc-
1 VMUt PT Cor Pe
ers' Allya. aorSt tf
To Counlry A'cwspapor Pnl
lisher.s. T?0U SALE. AT THIS OFTICK. YARIOri
JL fonts of newspaper asd JsAtype. irMeaean
be Umtht at very raaaaMo jMi sac e..
Als. ItapastBf Atones. Frasae. aaU in
fact 'all the material aeeasaarT br rett4tiur a
Kood eeaatry newspaper ami job esW Hhars
likewise far aate a Proof. Job, aswt a Power
Press-all as good as) aew. Tha Powar Pr i ,
a Potter, on i which can ire 0hm atataM asv de
sennUan of work: s of bed, JzxJC. Term,
can be learaetl on appHraMaa at taisOAre.
SALE OF REAL
DAT. THE Utn
will epoM to public sal,
A rial. A ur LA.MI m
n 'J'uexdnj', ce. IS,
2S Opera llme, Chiettoo.
tiGcatc that jou maj know, who anil Wliat
Tarn. Please don't let this fall into im-j
proper hands. ,
"Chicago, Illinois, November 17, 1 8G0."
-A -bill incorporating- the Kock
States as follows:
"We all agree that the seceeded State,,
so-called, are oul of their proper practical
relation with the Union, and that the sole
object of the government, civil and military,
in regard to those States, is to again get .
them into that proper practical relation.
I believe it is not only possible, but in fact
easier to do this" without deciding, or even
considering, whether these States have ever
been out of tlie Union, than with it.
Finding themselves safely at home, it would
be utterly immaterial whether they had
ever been abroad. Let us all iolri in doing
the acta necessary in restoring the proper
practical relations between these states anu
the Union, and each forever after innocent
ly indulge his own opinion whether, in
doing the acts, he brought the States from
without into the Union, or only gave them
proper assistance, they naver haying been
out of, it.':
office without consent of the Senate, and
whether he hx received compensation
llousu. A bill to repeal the statute of
limitation, as far as it applies to treason
and capital offenses, was taken up, dis
cussed, and recommitted to the Judiciary
Oitvi Mr- mount, from the Military Committee,
laper Manufacturing. Company passed in lo -confer i,revct nnk onfeoffir,r3 :n ,o
the House of Representatives yesterday,' United States army, on account of gallant
on its third reading We do not know, c?mmc 111 military service. Kcail
mrec times anu passed.
At a meeting of the Committee on Bank
ing anu Currency, of the House, to-day. it
was resolved to introduce ajiill limiting
tne issue oi any one bank to $1,000,000.
It was also resolved that a more equal dis
tribution of currency should be made by
withdrawing notes from those banks which
have'enjoyed more than their share of '.he
average, and placing them with those
banks more m positive need of the cu
cy for circulation.
Annrchy tn the Interior Cu, airy
nuil Infantry Cnlloil Out y (he Governor.
St. Louis, Dec. 11. Gov. Fletcher has
Closing, of Cnnals Rnllrontl
Albany, N. Y., Dec. 12. -The water is
ueing iirawn on t.ie canals to night, and
navigation cioses ior tne season.
At a meeting of the new directors of the
isew ork Central .Railroad held this
evening, Henry Keep, of New York; was
chosen President, and Wm. G. Fargo, of
Jstitlalo, ice President.
there is no more eligible point at which
to establish it than this city. Paper
making has been neglected in the South
ern States, and the business left in the
hands of men who have made an article
to suit themselves, and fixed Uie prico on
the same principle. A competition in
this business would be a healthy move
ment. The men who use paper would
thus rtorrinnq crtit n lwlf.ii. nfiln of
living prices, and on fair Jcrms. The SSSeth
paper consumers oi me southern Mates
hare been at tho- mercy of monopolists
long enough. If the Rock City Company
go into the business on liberal principles,
.L ?ll , - .! I'l I ,
meir ouujr wm meet wiui a iioerai , ue
.Uj vnt.:iu4 r t.r:i.
marid. Nashville and the region which
an energetic establishment ofhis char
acter could make tributary tb it, requires
a lactory which can lurnish cveryquality
murderers and robbers, who defv civil au
thority and have the sympathy "and aid of
such numbers of people of the counties
where they have their haunts, and have so
intimidated or obtained sympathy of the
local authorities, that peaceable and law
abiding citizens are not secure in their per
sons or property.
He therefore calls for tvventy-four corn-
paniej oi cavairy anu ten Companies of in-
It is true, there was then a
tion of the'llepublican party, headed by
Winter Davis, Ren. Wade, and Thud, of paper needed; and. wcail the. attempt fantry, to be organized in the regular wav.
Gi.. , i : ..i-, I ro sei it uiooi as one oi inc most useuu to preserve peace, protect citizens, eieeutp
The Maine Colony at Jaffa. -A
despatch from .Boston savr : " A late letter
they could control those States, but the
great body of thd Republican party
favored the policy enunciated by Mr.
Lincoln.,'- There ia scarcely n dolilt that
had Mr. Lincoln lived, he would hare
carried out his policy of restoring these
States' to their "projrer practical relation;"
or the Republicans would have had to split
vvith4him ns they have with President
Johnson, who sought to carry out Mr.
from the Maine colony, dated Jaffa. Octo
ber 10, contradicts the published dolorous
reports concerning it. The affairs of Jhe
colony are in a" flourishing' condition, and
the writer says there ia nothing to prevent
iuuikiii niDury iiitif, wmi a jnue Ameri
can enterprise. The country is much bet
ter .than was reported td Elder Adams.'and
although now it is the driest and most
preserve peace, protect citizens, execute
legal processes on all violators of the law,
and bring them to trial.
Adjutant General Simpsou hxs isaned a
general order for the organization and pro
per equipment of the forces.
Brill Inn! Success of tho Worltl-rnmoiia
PROP. VT. TANNER. SENORITA ROSITA.
Mons. HENRI AOOUST, M'LLE AITOrSTINH.
Who will appear To-XIglit in a new and
AdinUslou 75 CenU. Itaiorvn.l fi.il .1,1 00
Colored Qallery BO Centa. SeaU secured from
10 A.f. to 4 p. it., daily, at Oortaan t Hang's
Doors open at7o clock; comtuencoat So'clock.
Grand Ilnnlou Mnttnee SATURDAY
at 2 r. m. Admission Fifty Cents, to all parts of
e nouse. tlecll-3t
150 TOWN LOTS,
fl'IIE T17LLAH0MA TOWN COMPANY
On I he 31st I)ny of December,
Oiler at public sale, and continue from day to
day until all aro sold, all these beautiful Lots
heretofore reserved and unsold, and which aro
eugiDir snuaiea loriamuy residences, and many
convenient for business bouses.
lomosawno desire a summer residence, or a
, i. c1 6 i i f; n,
xoitTir cimmtv ntukiit.
A LAROK filTANTITl OP tlNREDRRMED
2V, plcdKfe. rawistin? of (loia and Silver
Watehes: lijold Job and Ncct Chains: Dimond
Pins and Ear Ring. - A, lowed ot of Olothinir:
liaates ana uents Tednns apire4, et., etc.
This aale trill bo contlniiA.1 nielli in.1
til the stock is closed. '
Doux, B iR.vis .t Co.. Aiietiqneer.
For Evansville, louisville and Cin
rplIE SPLENDID PASSENGER
X steamer KJIMA FLOYD. W. J.
Voss, .Master. Kuu.v. Clerk, will
leavo as above on THURSDAY, the 13th inst..
For freight or paasase. (bavinesuperioraccom
modAtioas.) apalr on board, or to
. COR RETT i BOYD. Agents.
deelMt o.21 lpperVharf.
I delightful dwollinc place, this sale presents great be obtainedof the
guard has attractions. The locality of Tullahoma, with a O I J , , I
JjIBLES AND PRAYER BOOKS.
W. T. BERRY i CO., Public Squire.
liave jmt opened'a cose of
ENGLISH BIBLES, inelegant biudiugj.
EPISCOPAL PRAYER BOOKS, in Ivory.
CHURCH SERVICES, in Ivory.
CATIIOLIO PRAYER BOOKS, in Ivory
BISHOP IIEBEP.'S HYMNS, Illustrated.
TAYLOR'S HOLY LIVING AND DYING.
LYRA GHR1IANICA, Illustrated-
THE NEW TESTAMENT. Illustrated.
THKNKW CHURCH. Illustrated.
W. T. B. i Co. have also a full assortment of
CHILDREN'S ILLUSTRATED BOOKS.
ALL THOSE HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST
the estate of W. B. CHEN Y. deceased, are
5 T 1 "uwuiuiuuio toe same mm toe LierK
or the County Court of Stewart county. State or
Tennessee, on or before tho 15th day of March.
lSoT.leelly authenticated, in order that the
same mar be liamdatnl nnrl illvhan-? ,wnni.
ing to the provisions of the acts of tha Lcgisla-
u. .uu iuuira inime io insol
vent estates. This 30th day of November. 1SC6.
decl3-w3t; v. A. VE3T. Adm'r.
look Out Tor Breakers !
ONE AND ALL !
DON'T YOU SEE THAT WE ARE SUR
rounded bv h nst Mm Pr II u...
jiailroad Acsideati i and InnumeralU Smat-vp,t
Then is it not POLICY to take out an
ACC1DKAT I.8UJtA.CE POLICY,
whioh guarantees tp the assured 83,000 in case
of death caused by any kind of an accident, or
in case of injury.
M5.uo per Week
compensation fera period not to exceed twenty-
ii iur uny quo injury ancn a roucy can
rrHE AUTHORITY GRANTED TO ISAIAH
X. Daunport, to transact business tor u, was
revobtd on tho 10th of November last. Wo will
noi se respoisiQie tor hit acu alter that date.
decll-3t Cincinnati. Ohio.
A FINE STORK HOtrSE ON CHURCH ST..
near the corner of Vine, now occupied as a
hboe btore, Tor the ensuing year. Apply tp Geo.
W. Smith, at the Drug Storo corner of Church
and Vine streets. decll-ltr
To Tobacco Planters.
Market street. Nashville.
decll tf B.J ltron McCREA .t CO.
For Sale, Hent or Loaso.
MEREDITH'S FINE BLOCK OF TWO
largo inree story Drieic store Houiej. 47
and 49 College street, near Broad. S8 by 113 feet.
xi uui sum pivmuuai). wui do soia at auction at
11 o'clock a. H. on the premises, on THURS
DAY , 27th inst., for one-foarth cash, balance 1.
2.3,4.5 years, for notes bearing Interest, with
red security, etc.
J L. x R. W. BROWN, and
a. w., ngenu.
BA KG Aia TS!
n Cuban ncsiDC?rciis for s ut
The Wm. E. Jones Disc.
tousewith lira or six rooms and ont.kniMinM
first-rate, never-failing spring in fifty yards of
house, with SO or 75 acres of land, three miles
from the city, on the Brick Church Pike. Also,
a neat residence with threo or four rooms and
out-buildings, fine cistern, and 8 acres of
splendid land, on tho Oallatin Pike, two miles
from the city. Uood orchards on both places.
Great bargains, if immediate application Is
J. L. R. W. BROWN. Agents,
decll-lw 33li Union street.
By the Ccblc.
isULivvx, uec. ia. iv strict guard tins I auracuons. ina locamy oi iniianoma. mm a ..ii i n f
been placed over lheEteamerBoli?ar,Which &0Ulliem LII6 JnSUraflCe b0
College aad Stone's Rivor Tvkik.
mi fnm the cily of yilr.. sSo
laadj of Dr. John A. WHaasuMr. J. kIZ
Sr.. Prw.T. Fanning d K. H. Ihsl h. W.
tract ceataiM ltH ACRBrX ssad K k drvidcl
into lots oflo acres. The wk.U tract is inelv
eleratctl R,r haikHirc . 1V jSHce mn
throagh the center f t tratt. mm! eckir
sn i that pHrrhajt a lot ran KuUd oa the pike
and wilt be eatitled In lew bn sTihm at ttu beet
springs of free stoae water tn Teojwsa. Th.
whole tract ran k rnltirll. Th! tnirt ef Ituii
is 48al to any ia litt neisjlibnte)ool. TU laad ,
very superior for the potato crop, rvttoei ant
(cardemac imrfMJM. and wiU Mai Ifcedcwxa'
better than river b,ttoia. It t nearly aU 1 t
land and besnttifisl.
I win sell oa MteaasB dajr &: ACRSS.aU tin
bercd laml. ami very SMttTtty tltKtt Tn l,.t
8 mile from the city of
lands of .Mm. Cat. M,.
Towns. Esq. V. K. Curtwritsit. Kssu aW wiU be
sold oa a credit of owe. two. litre, fnwFandth ,
I will sell acres or Land, and 41 th k.
Crops, tie., ami will inke is srt rtty preionr.
on a crlit of c lo Sre years. Kr th baJaacn
I wobM like to have a small nmk iijinml. I
have about 3W arc ls,Hw ta. The im
Proveraens are iroo.1. There is tWn Xhtet I.
four iaJe of reck frHC Tkw h hr k Ire
hundreit acres of RotUtiH Land. t'oHA,.n
giren Jaauary 1st, lsttr.
P. A. CARTWRWKT.
Execufor's Sale of Iuul.
A '5?KCl7rK,2.F THKJ.AST WFLsV AN u
2. Tetawent ef J4hi Kiwfero, desd. I wtat
d! vfa t'k'a1? 'o? NTltl0H;7 3eXl
the diretiBs of the iwat.r. Oiw Hr.rt Aorw
of valuable Karra LH. twesw i&IIm ttoai
KvV .?.Miu Cfk, bemgjbe.iUmer tract
of Tabiiha Kimbro. now drea4i at Aielu.1
ins the boffiMteatl ofsaM John Kirabem Thi,
is very valuable land, tmtl wilt lx sM wMheo '
TEKMS-One and two yer. with intorest
Notes with perroM seray, , a WMiml
dee-ld SA.MWKL KLMBHO. Bxceuter.
St. Louis, itliAMoiiri,
Hatch, Woavor, Felt & Co.,
Lot for Sale
WILL OFFER WIS
premises, at iz o'clock a
SALE JMf THE
the Hth Instant, a lot Bfirrniiiul ill i
17S feetdeen. to a M feet atfev TrfiSUj 2C
street, a little south ef ltfl. There is ageed
bmk stable on the presBiscs. These was deske
to purchase a hotae leAMOnJd aot 60 t atiand
the sale. It is enrMHiai In Rriaess. asrfat
the same time free froaa tm dsta)d Witfe oi
TUm. . .1 . .
fourth ea.b. and iIm tinl. l 1. ,!T
and four years, with jjHrst aadalijB reaalaed
, . ,. V LLKNDR Jt 6ARIURT.
Louisville and Nashville.
was selred in theMedwav, on suspicion of i terminus of
being a l'enian cruiser, no access to the I Railroad, in Coffee county, and on the table lacd
shore being allowed those "on board. The
In the Senate, a resolution was adopted
empowering the Finance and Ways nnd
Moans Committees to Bit during the re
eesa, nnd investigate the frauds upon tlie
school fund and public interests iron-
4 " -a
orally, and make a report , alsn a resolu
tion frem the Bank Committee to raise' a
special committee on thp Banker Ten
In the ffouse nf Representatives, on
motion the contested election case from
Juokson oounty was recommitted to the
Uommittee on Elections. A resolution to
appeint aljisint committee to'examlne rail
road aflairs was postponed until Januarv
ing iu us own juugmeni esciusivejy. ises
kntial to the balance of nowe'r Fii'wrilrli
the ierfection and endurance of our politi
cal fabric depend, and we denounce the
taniuwi invasion oy armeu torce ot tne soil
of any State or territory, no matter under
what pretext, sb among (bp gravest of;
Here is a clear nnd emphatic acknowl
edgment of a right which the J.ndical
leaders of this selrsntue party' now deny
to ten of the .Statos composing this Union.
Wcro the'pftry then in earnest, or did
they mean to practice a fraud upon the
American people ? Mr. Lincoln believed
they were honest in this pledge t6 w main
tain inviolate the rights nf the States,"
and he'pledsjed 'himwlf to execute tliis
law of his party. In this same addross ho
declared that114' in -contemplation of univer
sal law, and of the constitution, the union
of these States is jrpetual," and pro
pounded tins (jueslion : " If the , United
A MJitHWof tha members of the Lr
yislature who resigned a session or two
ago, had drawn thoir pay under a rfcsolu-j States be not n'pwrnmenl pro'per, but
uou 01 iiiaioouy, um nau not receipted
for the same To remeday this mattor
tho Legislature adopted a resolution
which provides as follows
"That the Comptroller "be directed to Is
ue his warrant upon the State Treasurer
to the following named persons for the
amount opposite their respective name, J
being for money paid said persons as mem-1 117
an association ofStates in the nature of a
contract merely, ' can if, ns n con
tract be lieaceably unmade by less
than nil the jwrties who mode
it? One jwrty to a contract may
violate it break it, so to upeuk but
does it not require all to lawfully rescind
Again, said Mr. Lincoln: "One
of the declared object for ordaining and
establishing the constitution teas tn form
hers of the Legislature, under a joint reso
juuon oi ineoenate ana House ot Kepresen
Jatives, but who failed to receipt to the
Treasurer for the same."
Does this resolution anlhorue the
Comptroller to pay the members desig
nated a aecoud time ? The wording of
the resolution would seem to imply as
much. The Legislature should try again,-
"""' 1-ABAI.UCUi AXD Sl'G.
The Richmond Whig asks: Can any
oae think of Thad. Sterena Committee
on Keconsiruction" without beinv ro.
minded of Marafa Committee of Publio un5on f;he States i,perpetiml. and laid
i enure, or ot tne assembling of the iutjniirwu, auim tnunui-r
visions to our national constitution, nnd
tho Union will endure forever it being
impossible to destroy it. except by some
NOTICES OF I10OKN.
M essrs. ,r. T. Berry & Co, have furnishel us
with the following recent publications :
I. The Oontrmporarv Itevteie, October, ISoO, Lon-
donAnd New York: Alexander Strahan. .
This work, thoush not having tho flavor of
age and the sanction of authority attaching to
Blackwopd. tho North British, the Edinburgh,
etc., is one of the ablest monthlies now pub
lished. Its articles are original, aad embrace
every topic in science, literature nnd the fine
arts'.' The preient number-Is deeply Interesting
to churchmen. The papers upon Af. lie nan' i
Life of the Apoitlei; The Church in the Catacomht;
and The North Si'deaf the Lord' Talle.utt espe
II. " The Life and Light of Men." An esay by
John; Yovko. LwLv.I).! tEdinbugh; London
and New YorkrAlexanderStraban.
A work acutelearned and logical ' The author
is a clergyman who, a few years since, withdrew
from his connection with the United Presbyte
rian Church of Scotland. This is the lourth book
he haspublishod indefence of that step. It is dedi
cated to the Moderator, Ministers "and Elders of
that Church.' We hare not carefully read his
chapters upon Sin, Sacrifice and the Atonement;
but are not favorably impressed with his Dedi
cation and Preface. We infer that Dr. Young
is a dissenter from established truths that ha is
a man of considerable parts, but .not of strong
mind that he has gone upon a vpyage of speca
liiloYfVilb. the beit of motives and fa tho most
reverent mood; but, that he is tending rapidly
towards Universalism, If not to something
worev Tho.book.howcver.ii .worth eaCing by
those whose business it is to watch 'the progress
of heterodoxy, and tho abuse of free-thinking.
Ill, The Cbnutitttttonal Convention fitt IRtforv,
t'oieert, and Modetof Proeeedinit', John Alex,
Jameson: unas. scriDner wo., . i.
One of tho mottoes of this work is that " They
that go about by disobedience to do no more than
rettrmothe commonwealth, shall find they do
thereby destroy 11." It discusses, at length,
original sovereignty, constitutions, conventions
to amend constitution!, and submission of con'
stitutions to the people. It contains a consider
able amount oFvalaable information. We hare
not examined it with sufficient care to pronounce
upon its merits; but from a glance are disposed
to think, that it is not equal tothe, "great argu
ment" thai it attempt.
Thk Knoxville Commercial of the 11th
barren season of the year, there'is plenty of I captain and mate of the vessel, who did
,i.: - r ti a .. r I . . ,i . . ., ,
nui juni uie crew, ay mat tne vessel was
for the government of Columbia.
In the Eappahanock case the claimants
against the United States have been ordered
lo file an amended answer.
In the commission to adjust the Alabama
claims, the claims of this country against
the United States for losses of British sub
jects by depredations, etc., during the war
will be brought forward.
The Fenian troubles in Ireland are in
creasing. Another light artillery recimenl
is under orders and will soon proceed to
everything for food. The American, Eng.
hah. and French consuls . have' given the
colonists all' the assistance they required,
and the Sultan of Turkey is in favor of their
establishing themselves there. It is ex
pected that another vessel will leave Elaine,
next year for Jaffa."
THE CASK OF GE.. PICKETT.
The Parole Given by Confederate Sol
diers ProteetM Them,
Washington, Dec. 11. The President
to-day sent a message to the House, trans-
milting the detailed information in regard
to tne itebei lien, nckett asked tor at the
last session. Inclosed is a letter from At
torney Qenetnl Stanberry transmitting all
papers on file relative to Pickett's 'applica-
j rwit ... , " u I 1TA1JCL ( A Ullt lit V. 1 Ll . 1111 Lili: .(1 I I I S I .
tion lor paruon. ine Attorney UenernM rnt . ti.. pt 1...
h.ia hppn fiL-nn r.n llmca I." t ., , . . 1 . , J "
'the McMinnvillo and Manchester
of the Mountain District of Tennessee, is of nn
surpassed salubrity and nleasantncss. All tho
comiorts ana appliances ol niga civilization, of
an orderly, well rogulated. moral and religious
community, and good schools: the purest of
waier, rnaiyDeaie anu suipnnr, tn tne town silo
THE TERMS OF SALE
Aro a credit of six or twelro mnntb
sum of ten Der cent, to bo nalil d
sale. Bend and seouritv reanirpd. nnrl n lipn nn
the lots retained. Maps of the town and of the
tots lor saie io oe seen on application to me at
my nouso in lunanoma.
New Orleans, Dec 12. The well in
formed correspondent of the Picaynne,
writing irom vera truz on tne I'd inst.,
A CONSIGNMENT OF FKESII BUCK-
xjl Hunar riiuvn ana uommy. in-store,
and for sale cheap. S. A. MEDARY.
N'o. Broad st.
says that no action has been taken on these
papers, and lie has no information of any
proceedings instituted .against Pickett 'for"
cruelty to prisoners or any oflen:e against
the laws of war.
It will be recollected he was charged with
hanging a number of United States soldiers,
for alleged desertion from the Rebel army.
Pickett's application admits having ap
proved the sentences by courtmartiaTof de
serters, who' were, iinmistakably'idJnlifiea,
and says his action was sanctioned by the
Confederate" government, antLnays hejwill
ingly refined his allegiance to the United
States. ' j i U
Gen. Pickett's letter to Gen. Grant is of
same tenor, and is indorsed by Gen, Grant
Respectfully forwanled to his Excellency,
the President of the United' State, with
the recommendation that clemency be ex
tended in tills case, or assurance given that
no trial will take place for the offences
passed through a serious crisis. Alar, has
E roved himself a clejcr gold seeker. Ho
as done more than draw blood from a
stone. He has cot money from bishoos.
The clergy of this country a few days ago
placed at the Emperor's "disposal twentv
hve millions of dollars for immediate use,
and promise a similar sum annually, to
enable him to keep up an army. " The
merchants of Mexico pledged themselves at
tne same time to give him ten millions an-
OF MEMPHIS. TENK.
on the following terms: One day 25c; two days
SI 35c tendayi $2 50; thirteen days 85 00; fifteen
days J3 Hh twenty days $4 00; thrlty days f6 CO;
two months s9 00; three months 512 00; twelve
months 00. All of the above-mentioned Pol
icies and Tickets can be secured at a moment's
notice from anv Railroad Tinl-At MRe in th
ciiy, or oi any onue principal Kallread Ticket
Offices throughout tha ntiro (nnh A Ica at
C North Cherry Street, Nashville, Tenn offiee of
dec!3-3n Oen'l Agent'S. L. Ins. (5o.
ENLISTED IN THE U. S. AHMY!
In Tnnesiee nre Entitled to
Ench, for nil Slaves Mustered Into the
QUICK TIME TO
STEPILMS & WATKLS,
WHOLKHALK Si nSTAII. DnVUQIKTS,
COBKER CoiiROE AXD UNION firKEITH,
(The Old Stand of Stretch k PoRBBd.)
PTICIAJT. JITo. 74 (linreli Sired,
Ar opposite mo Aiaxweu iiouse.) Nashville,
;Tenn, otTera his services to a generous public.
JJy hii experience in this line he Is enabled to
try the eyesight and suit ipectaclcs accordingly,
$o that the oyo is not overcharRed, but meroly
assisted. At his Optical Establishment can also
be found Microscopes, Telescopes, Thermmne-
ien, jiarniucrs, .MatbematicaJ instruments.
Picture frames. Opera and Field Glasses, etc..
eic. ntiucmuor inai wnen you want rour ovc-
nnallv. and on thA lormi l l,na ,to.;,li I ?iht .unproved, you must call at Wm. Title-
. baum's office. Ho. 74 Church street. ODDosite
on rptninini' liw rrnira nnjl clio1,i:nr. l.n I ue n i,.f. . "ft, m "'1"S'"'
c if . . , v , . , " """"""6 lul mch iiuujo, iTosuviiie, xennefgse. ine
iasi uron oi ins moon in ueiene ol the na- I esi masses, orp'
Saturday morning the prefect was pub-tj
iisnea in ine streets oi vera uruz. Une of
,thcjrao9trimportant events for? true Mexi
cans has just taken place in Uie nation.
His Majesty, the Emperor, who has made
rio many sacrifice for the welfare and hap
piness of onr dear country, has given the
r pure pebbles, set into old frames.
W II. STOCKJVEJLI., 0&NEW YOK K
. f t . is aumittea apartner iu qUTLusine?from
The styld firm will
ain a-t here
Nasiiville. Dec. 1, ISiW.
Ief nrnrtf vlt- I Mrf Mrwwl t.t.t.t 1..
cirgvu aKm ucn.o.iiringiinejred when borne. dow.n sby the nr.tural senti-
belllOn. '.' ' fl ,Dnta trbinn nnn(.Mn,t
.oitS Jt.Z Hfli hi9 801' ?jc indispositiof of Ilamiltori '& Cniihrhgliani
. .""-" ,u9 august anu nouie wile, it mav have been
0 me that the parole given by the armies' believed for a moment that lm
laying down their arms protects them
.against punishments of acts unlawful. In
this case I know It is claimed that'th'e men
tried and convicted for the crime of , deser
tion were Union men from North Carolina,
who had found refuge within our lines and
In our service. The vxinishment was a
temporarily abandoned the country in de
votion to the sacred duty of rendering to
his meritorious consort the care which
shesornpeh heeds In dier present delicate
ti. i.' .,
iTjuuiuuu. a. iv jiiujHjror, nevenneiess,
sacrifices his dutv as a man, to that which
honor as a rule directs him, and these criti-
narsn one, um n wuin uu pi war, and, cai m0menU through which the country is
- af.l IT- l.i;.a 1 I i J t m e I
u nnc Wrri union rmntup ue- ef ianBnUnrt nf fri. rorA ,.':, f , . 7 ' . I ", passing, solemnly declares that he will be
Btructionof the Union bv one or bv a nst'BP . - f ? to remm by some powr the service of every at head, and fight without rest, even
w nlr nf X J, i , r . 7 lhc sP"me urt m that saJ8 : ,nn within heir reach. io 8heddi the Iastbdr , of hi8 Wo, .
part only, of the States, be lawfully pos Tn,.i,rt?-, tt t r General Pickett I know personally to be dofonsft nf fbpnntinn '
Bible, the I'nion is lees perfect than be- Louisville, in a suit of $30,000 "damages J"1, honorable man but in this case his Vera Cruzians I Let us congratulate our-
fore, the constitution having lost the vital was disposed of. . During the war, orp near tFlJS$r lVrfuS lev? Iet 113 ive thank3 10 God for
clemnnt of nerUnitv ' Vr li'r Its clwe, in he absence of 3 Oo, the be well sustained, Ihonghrdon tee how having preserved the integrity of onr ter-
oiemont oi perpetuity. Mr. Lincoln u n. .,i.i r..- ennAn any cood. either to the friends of the de- T;ir,r',M nn -t,;m. j t..
. . .v-,, ,,,.v. U.t HK1C KM VHC IlCUri.
then went on to declare that no .State
"can lawfully get out of the Union," and
"that resolvesand ordinances to that ef
fect are legally void." He held that, in
view of the constitution and laws, the
fortieth Congress on the 4th, of March ln,Pottongu'4,1 again the
nest, immediate on Uie adjournment or 9ol,eniM ,,f ll'o I.adioal ' O
the thirty-ninth-Congress, without recnl- d he, "to exetute all the exj
damages, and witheld property to that
amount. An indictment for treason was
also found against Mr. Cox by the Federal
Court, which confiscated and lieid a largs
number of valuable papers belonging to
him. The Supreme Court before which
the judgment for damages was taken, re
Versed the decision, and ordered Mr. Cox's
property to be restored, and nearly at the
name time the Federal Court dismissed the
Indictment for treason.
lectlng the 'Convention en permanence
and the ImngParliam ent ? And can any
une ehut out from his thoughts the knowl
edge of what came of those, nnd the ap
prehension what may come of these?
AociuKvr at Chattanooga. The Chat
tanooga rio at the 12th inst says:
Yesterday afiernoon, as a drove of mules
was crossing the city bridge, about forty of
them stopped on the draw at the south end.
The extra weight broke out some of the
timbers and let the draw down, throwing
about thirty of the mules into the river.
One of them waa killed -and ttunmber badly
hurt Mr. Slajton, the leasee of the bridge
had notified tlie drover not to take more
than tweBty mules over at a Ume, but for
some reason the man disregarded the order.
When the timbers began to break off there
was seme tall running done by all pedes
trians who were jjn the bridge at the time.' 1
The mules, were from Bourbon county, Ky
and going to Georgia.
THE METHODIST CIIUKCH HOVTII.
The Jackson (Miss.) Methodist compiles j
from its exchanges the following vote on
thetpropositions to change the name of the j
action not provided ffcrih the instrument, rlmrdi and to admit lay delegates
ceased or by fixing an example for the fu
ture, -can be secured, by his trial now. It
would only bring up the question whether
or not the government did not disrega?d'its
jtAmtMA nMtAW.,l 4 . . . .1 ' t
.1 r i - 1
tici in an uruiru enemy.
March 1C, 18CC.
Secretary Stanton reports that the ex
amination" of the Rebel archives for the
proceedings of the courtmartial alluded to
has not been completed.
The record required not having been
fonnd, in July, I860, the Adjutant-General
submitted to the Secretary of War a state
ment by a reliable person, "recommending
tne arrest amt trial ol ttcKett.
itself. So much fur Mr. Lincoln's ar
gument against the pernicious heresies ef
the leaders of the HeiHiblican nartv of
the present day for notwithstanding this
argument was directed against the doe-j
irine ot seeesnion, tt applies with all iU
original force against the doctrine of
State suicide awl the powr of a portion
of the States to rednee the others to terri
tories. Xow an toIr. Wnooln'a desires
and his efforts to restore "the I'nion as it
was," or-ns nearly m impracticable. Mn
hia letter to Ilornce Greeley, dated tlie
22d of August, lSf.2, le said":
As tS the poUcI ,SjeftB'WllTlTng,,,
as you say have not meant te lea ve, any
one ia deabt. I would pave the Union.
lot us hail the resurrection day of onr
nationality which wai about to disappear.
lOlgncu.j V. liL'KKAt'.
The visit of the Susquehannah is thus
spoken of: iThetSnsquehanhah'has arrived
but has, done nothing towards strengthening
the good feeling of the French for the
United States. The French officials here
are very angry because the French flair was
not saluted, and say, although the Ameri
cans do not recognize the empire, the
recognized Prince and we are not slighted
by.the omission, consequently, when a Lieu
tenant from the Snquehannah landed on
D . , . . .
ounuay morning, me ist inst., he was
stopped at the gates of the customhouse by
the post Captain, a Mexican, whpjinfqtmedi
him he could not pass into the town with-
tNearthe Public St? ttarev) " -
i" - i t rr net
YVtioIe&aleluritlltptall, Dealers ,
Cntlerj". ' ' x
Change ef Name.
St. Louis '
W. Vlrgfnla. 15
N. W. Texas -2 .
Memphis.. .. ySi
S . Caroliai.. -4!?y
e permission rc-
At the last stated meeting of the Ameri
can Bible Society, an interesting Jetler was
received frem an agent in regard to the
demand for the Bible among the Ghoctaws
and Chiokasaws, with requests for books in
the Ifngltshandin theGhctawand'Ghero
kMlanguagcs. k "
Takme into consideration the action nl :..?-. , . , . .
" js . . ... .. . r. ,f .ti "ui i iiuiiwiuu irora me rrencn Aomira .
inenpreme wurtoi tne umiea btatesof The Lieutenant then made his way to the j
the case of Milligan and others, who had p,0nr, fl,r.v,j .,i r,a. .l.i.i Je '
been tried and convicted bv militarv com- k " ' :?"T 17... "Cl lwu
- i t l I. a i I wuia, iL'iuiucu Willi in
uAtznjuti. atiu uie uuuuu V--Qm uinju liirjUllS
uiciioa oi sucn iriDiinni mi
Wat'has not felt authorizMl
. . 1 -i -w .
w n"l.'!r J naf e Aavo- American Consul. The .Susquehannah re
cate General until the rminion nf the Sn. I t A
n I. il ii f Vi 7 "Ii",";u al uer ancuorage unm ii: Jl.,nnn-
preme Court should be formally promul- dgJ, when she leftf bv report, for Tamnico.
ptw. xae magnitnae ot the onenv al- t -13 p. ms has given in his alle
leeed arainst Pickett is such that thiw I .u r r r i .
Snctte SSrSS?ISi SS--- JT. lowing
I quired, Jtnd was allowed to enter. , He re i
i necreiary oi i turned toMi ship very shortly with Ipaper f
to pursne the I tn Aa t... -vr- a.i: A .u. I
muu mvncii U, .1,1. oauillivx. llltr
Axes, Chains, IIoe, Etc.,
Gum nnd Leather Belling-,
Uoltlnsr Cloths, '
3Iechsnlca' Tools, all kisds.
Leather nnd Shoe Finding,
Saddlery, i r t e t -jAffrleiitlnrnl
deel i i
AflOAKU HAS BEEN BKCKNTLV Ap
pointed ly the Secretary of War to exam
ine and report to Washington upon claims of
this-'character. The President ef this Board. Is
in Nashville and has fiftp.1 n nn nn Tt.
other members of the Board are expected this
wees ana mo nasinem win mmminMai nn
Wo hara organized a Ilmnch nidna in (.:.
city, for thp purposo ef prosecuting; this' particu
lar class of claims. Our lfniun Ina l,..n -n.
eaeed for tho past two months in preparing arul
protMCutinf these claim's before tho MLwourl and
Kentucky Commissioners, and is fsjniliar with
all the rules and decisions there made, as well as
the most recent rulinn of tho .ivniirr ir.. n
He. tberelore. aoar nnr urv ui l. a
Aients, and Claimants, throughout the State!
believing weeniov nnusunl Taeiiitl far uni..
.them. The.'e claims will be examined flrst bv
the Board, but final aetion ean only be taken by
the Proner Denartment at AVn.liiniHnn
Onr purpose is to attend personally befurethe
Board in Tennessee, the better tn nM min
f erre clienls at Washingten.
i e aesire one or more eorrespnodents in each
witn whom we will divide fees. And
furnish te them all needed blank am,l
Printed instruction, and keen tlim full,- in.
formed from time tu time of the action of the
U'a rnrnuh ln,l;:.1nl iJ.!n, . ,. , 4 1.1 1. . ,
full intruetioos to enable them tMrtara their
Our Warfiington House has already a large
correspondence in the Stale, but to satisfy those
who may not know us with legard to our in
tegrity and business capacity,wecirei few of our
jioutsvuie aixi nasnrine rerereneetr. wno are all
AFTER HAVING REFUTED AND
Parnm!.t,A,1 U i ! .!.,,,
iaimi eunre esiaoiisnmenr,
and having made large additions thereto
wc are again ready to offer to the Pnblia
every article usually found In a Druggist'
We have in store nn extensive stock of
rnre nnd Fresh Drugs, Medicines, Dye
Stuffs, etc., whieh for quality and pnrity
nre unsurpassed by any other m'milar esfalf
lishment in the country.
The great variety of European aad Ame
rican Fancy floods, Pino Soaps, Toilet
Towdsrs, Tomades, Brushes, Bxtracta, ete.
orapnsins invoices of goods from Low &
CIIIOAUO. , ,
and thk nt.vr.
Two Dally Through Trnlim, .UukliiK
Dlrrct Connectlonn at TioaNi llle.fer
tie-Kaat. Went and .Vorth.
COMMENCING HOVaUUBR M,
TraiM vttt rM as loHom :
Leave NasJirilU Ml A M
Arrive at Bewllpe Irrewti. jBS A M
" " Oave City. .MAM
" LoHitTill. lMrJK
WR8T AND ffOSTlf.
.Vo. I. Xo.
Leave Lotsbvitte WP
Arrive Ind!Bp'lT8 l'
Arrire ChleftM mm A
, Arrive at IsdiaafiiMiliii
" - Oa4swii
" " aev4att
' New Ym
M MDPM mW I' M
l; I'M l:A M
5fo. I. .Vo. a.
l: P M
4: A M
M- BBSS A M
not AM Ew P M
rtm a m
J-SIaM (W U. S. Mb Ume reave lViSaf
vi He daily at M) a. m. i 4 r. M-aTtstiai
Son, London; Condrny. Socle te nxKienu,UD. Srth".1 a'u'lk' "H-
and Lubin of Paris; Bazin and other repn-' ,, .M vi. JJS.
'at 3t a.u.. arrivi w XmSiiUU a JliaJfjS.
Leave NaMirllU at r. arrtTeS K QmWt
tin C: Jl r. u and at Fi-MtUta M r. w. -AUtRKT
Oeaeral lpriiiiedasrf I. A 5. R. K.
. . i Mi
Widely known in both Kentsekr snd Tennessee.
(.'llll'.MAA, A CI),
J'o. 21 Colonnade Building,
Louisville Uefwe&eea. J. (. Liadenbercer.
Cashier Mer ah ants' Baak of iieatnsky; Ueo. A.
Lew!, President First Nashville Bank: Col. L.
T. Thustin. Seeretnrv Snathern Muhiil T.Ifn In.
aurance Company; Jos. T. 'fonpkins. Wholesale
Merchant; Neweomb, Buchaaaa Co.. Whole-
mle .Herraanis; 11. (t. Hun v Co
ilercaDtile Agency; (Jen
nicDam . jobnson.
Kashvule Pieferencc". Thomas B. Sample,
Cashier Traders' Bank of Teoneaeee; A. 0. San
tord. President First Nafta! Bunk- J. t M.
Crory. Cashier FlrstXatioaal Bask; Adams, Gib
son S: Co., Wholesale Merchants; lion. II. II.
Harrison, L'nrted State Dutrlet AttorBey; S.
liaison, iiowem uasi M ianesjee; wim,
Tnk- - rn n..k., r.A v u r'i,.v
States Tax Commissioner: N. B. Alloway, Baa.
for Cairo, St. jOouli, MeraphN nnd
3 UIE SPLENDID PA88ENOBR
Steamer. NASHVILLE. Wixsr
u3. Master. Johknt HismJ
usrlc, wttl leave as above on THUUSDA Y. the
lKh inst.. at 12 o'clock v.
i tr t riht or Faatat apply op board. r to
, IIAKRISON 4: SON'S. Ajent..
ror Cnrthnee. OJojd'.i- XandJajf
IMIE NEAT LOW WATER
L Packet. - ALERT." Javth W.JE
Lovcll. Master, will leave for the Hours and
intermediate ports on FRIDAY, the Hth last..
at 4 o'eloek r. u.
ior irrigator Fassaje apply on bnardorto
W. A. PiJfiBLBS. Agent,
dccl Cor. Broad aad Front its.
mav be committed.
M. fITAJtTQN, I
Bc'KPALO, Doc. 12. Xaviration of Lakes
Erie and Ontario abont closed for the sea
Vessels all-'laid'up in winter qnar-
Tobokto. C. W.. Dec. 12,-The tilobe
contradicts thefitatement reported tto have
been made by the Fenian Senate that Rob
erts had sent funds to the Fenian prisoners,
j as none has been received here from such
I source. .i . aw - : .
LA'nHliTille Female Academy,
4 .MEETING OP TH'. STOCKHOLDERS
of the Nashville Female Aaadecay will bo
I on MONDAY. Tth day of January. Jits, at
laeuiaee or juugn ui.itt, ta rae uoartnottse.
for the purpose of eieetimr Keren Trasttes, fer
Tt K. 1.LI.I5TUX. Prafklest
de1S-td Buard of Trust eer,
CCftts Cheapest and the Beat!
T RA VR YOL'K OKDBUS FOR YOPR
1 J lVInter' sapply at the eflk-o of AatHWW
A KilfiiE. .0. tit l'llblli- Nuuarp. and X
inntn6iianneaxn,i.sjaiiae injii, iwetye, rwm wmt irxis rmmRtir aiteti when enisled,
and eirbteeji rafljithi. - r Ttnvai Onfc 91 d8rry.
WtttmrtFl,' TnTtufn, Le,,f,.ni, I e n.
TUESDAY. THE 1TU DECEMBER.
we will sell at auetlsc oa tha premises, the
properly ubtii u iu
OEIUIAV METHODIST CIICnCH.
with a lot, lronung nity-uve Met. ana running J
baek td atf alley. SitdatcVl'on tlfg east skle 4tl
North College street, about one husdred yards
north of the Lodisvide Railroad Depot. Rale at
11 e'eloelc a. v.
tauie Amerioan mannfnctnrera will be
found most complete, and for lieatity, ele
gance, and ntllity, eannot fail to unit the
tasten of tha most dueriniinating.
Our assortment of Cosmetics, Tortohve
Shell nnd Ivory Combs, PnfEi ami Boxoh,
Mirrora, and other articles of that class,
being of the latest styles and of the. most
recent importation, will compare with that
of any honse in thn South.
Great attention w paid to the tMiVetieti
and importation of Pure and Fresh Drmrs.
and none other are allowed to go out ot the
A splendid soleetion of Imported ami
Domeatie Cigars, all flue brands of Chewing
and Smoking Tobaccos, Oarretfs Scotch
and Maecoboy Snnffs, and every artJele in
tliat Une, constantly in store.
A most extensive ami varied asMtHtatent
oitHisting of IIooIm from the most cele
brated manufactories of Limeriek, Ireland,
and Silk, Grass, Japanese, and Cable-laid
Lines. Also, Reels, Bamboo and Japanese
Rods; together with every thing usually
iouau m a nxai-ciajH eetabusnment.
A large lot of the celebrated Ne pins ultra
Black and Plantation Imperial and other
fine TEAS just received.
Kr Preaeriptiona compeonded with ac-
enracy by competent and experienced Phar
macia te : and Phvsiciana and others can
depend on th roost ntire reliability in the
exeeation of Orders, all goods being war
ranted as represented.
STEPITEXS & WATKJ5S,
Corner College aad Union ale.
A YOUNO MAN WHO HAS HAD
S N. MiPr.t X. B. fNHvra.
A. R. Hav9,
IACEY, imiYBK & BROWN,
Hardwaro and "utlory,
UVM AND LRATHRU HBL-TLVOr
Mill Materials Generally,,
No. ?.2 West Side Phllc Sqaarei
Guns ! Guns !
fl'IIE SPECIAL ATTEtfTHW 0T TH9K IN
X t r
Fiue Hit ii Guns,
licr tn, nml
Mn all-bore Squirrel Ounsj
Ia tsT4(ed ta sr Motk. vhtrh wt an M W ifilBj;
from tb sBOfwSt hs DosU4. sc sb Iu
pertaMu,) cwntstlns; ot 0M awse kf tMMtwki(
rT. VT. GBEENXB, .
. m uv.u ,i, nuicrnrmjj Man uer-
laaa honsas. would be c4um1 to i..ni !,.
ties, eitfaer ia tb city sr eoatry town. Can
? i "'' Apub t a. vr.
S. HOLLW 3t SON, v
aad etber ceed bmWs. Doings sssajessesk of tia
tor la K,re, w wttl aSfer satra Jwtnintlta
ihot deiktas; t fmnm. ,
3LA.CET, DEITER & BROWS',
N 3U W( 3feraMt3?r.
H. B. PJLITM3IER &. CO.,
F)KI0X AXD D0MK8TIC GROOBBtl.
Masvstc Tetasile, Obsireh Miwtt. are reeelr
Ids tbe mest altraetive scaek of flue Qmerlas
ever offered la ibis saarket. Caeae aad see osTf
oa w4 IieMi, elas gaods. We Be Saff ars.
( j i ,
leen Tun iiDenMes in thn ft nnii.u.n i VA,
aad Urn llasiaess. bolh In ImirlMn nA a -- I Tr. rT.. ft .... - a . u I i i
Flsfi. Hacalar. Kir. Craelen. Baekwliaat.
vaeene. Jiaerani. ijttaMt, ueucea, UUM,
.Bea iiwu.uissjtTrirv, awacejr
Preserrcf. rrcsMti I'rsrvt. Ortr. CastM.
OHves, Pin. AmIm. 9jJuIlll&
rants, Cttrans. Prsmsa. Dates, OiU 8Ud Cream .
RaiMswb AlfMads. PenuM. Pun CeAdies, Cady
ffrs. Tut Crarkert. Tupfda. etsc. e. But
" "J n.isri7 we aar err to tax
frasti atut asMs.. Ctas aad eo ut
mm Mtu eajiMtrr fer
THE I'NDERSIONBD IIAV1NG QL'ALI
tied as Adianistratfir or tbe Kstate of F.
AebttebMr, deeeaseil, htrttr tuitMes all persons
isanwia in shi rmaie u eeme wrwara ana sat
I rreseat tbssai tswDar
F. ATIENEK, Adm'r;
I ya wast, freeit ad abem. O
.uaMntt TmA, Obsmtrfrrtstii