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Miog is8i(fcri&at news.
Yotaatarx- eemiaunteatieBi, eontalnins: later
totfogiaiifortaiitnews, solicited from Bay quarter
The lalcmal revenue reeelpH ea the Uih
ThtljunljSal wTth'Ehrrtlt IoxpCtea in abeOt
A he of the Mexican "Emperor Iturbtde, dieR
in NerYorkAm -Tueday night. -
A Union Club Howe, to accommodate rik
ItHHiMBiI persons. U to be built at Chicago.
uulikl "V.- JfiVintrn' h. l)n . r-eleated
tirtlod it. Senator bjtbe' Georgia Leg ili-
Me4bvglire-l)Ctn eUUTnrpna4 Chi
cage, ia fiirtheranee of the Niagara Ship CanaJ
W,i?Kelrertlro-0J say Bek'ltSlatl
Senator, on Wednesday night, wpn oTIin,jonti
ttie'taot'on of Sherwood. Hamilton' on otheraol
Xexat, ( re-nnrae the test 63th question
A r.t.inl,U .1 tn fnli nave neirlp (.ll the tser-
rnmtM i&th&t eitr who inreated in cotton pint
Isr ttik rear hare loat heiTily.'
There decided and powerfal opposition' ii
the Hums of Beprecentat' to Mr-.MoOalloeb'
orasy'wher Han for rapidly contractor the
currnr. . t
All Southern porta (Ecu are to.be dwbontlnued
In fM Sontfa where theostmarterhare failed t
wAeeturrt of.thc tampl q&dibner ',in (hei
khtJi I. aTn t Vi a war .
The Houio Committee'on Eleetioni heard th
tested election case from the alxtb district, of
Th llauu Cntnmltiea I eanallv divided on
of mi wteHy. fioo?er haSliol yel dlclafed
bimielf. and'ltij undent ood it practically lie
with himjthether It ahall be reported or aleep iq
NatienalUemSeratie ConreDtion. to be held ir
LouUdlle early In 18e7, hai met with couildera
lie fafarf&ajf IsfirdbftlS fharan faftatiori
to the Democracy of all the States will be iuec
hr the Kentueky Demparatic gtole jCoorention
There was a very improbable rumor in Waih-
indfl on tbe Hlb Inat. that Chief Juitice.Chas(j
will reaira bii seat on the bench to accept the
Presidency tX the PaclCo Railroad vacated 'by
denefl DIx Wtnj appointed MlnUter to Yrloee"
The lleuee Committee on Eleetioni hare:
agreed to,re!ort a. .bill proridlnr-.thattb'rVeeften
Oonereatienal elections anau be beld on tnej
aauie day in all the States, vlv On"Tuesday af-j
every eeri8'yar thereafter, on
which tbe mojolty of (be, Northern .Sjata. now,
bold Meetlon. " '
tatetnent in the ,New YprticraW, oflb
i in the executive se
uifiBbafnCrmodthe appointment of General;
fix .a&u-omer loretsn minuieri -woowere ap
lolnted by tbe President daring recai. is untrue,
irile enltlnai helnVexecutfveieMlon un't'il
lVUe-tbe eeaerai aPiironriatlon bill was under
discusfion in the Houe ol Relptetentatireson'
ive uia iniu. at, aieveoa. Mie cuatnnanoi loe
Cemraittee on ApproprUtlou. paid a. blgb.cm
pllhtent Ibe' flbanclaf nuiagemenfor the
State Department. He declared that in the
opinion of tbe committee it affairs had been
toanaied with mere economy than thoM of any 1
AHaa VirglnIa,Penny, a teacherlntheiTblrd
WRTgfhoof. in -fcouUvlfieywaS tAea. oh Tum
day, on jndictmen foy aaianit on Adam Uaag,
one of her pupils. Tbe boy dUoboyed the teach
er'a orders, and she whipped him; was impudent
and the whipped him again excessively, tbe
proieeutien claimed The court ruled that tae '
teaeher had tbe right to whip the boy r but that
if tbe punishment wsj excetjjve. and malicious.
ly inflicted, the verdict should be against her.
The jury jfeund.her guilty, and Mlt Penny wa
Dned pno eetit. t. t . .
The aide, bar dUeuHloa in the Senate oa tbe
Hth inL, between Messrs. Sumner and Wade is
reportod irf iVasnWfnn as'the most significant
disc union of the session. Those Senators stood
facing each other, for several minute.-", Mr. Wade
routeudinE 'that CongreKsVras honoraul bound
in consider tbe constitutional amendment, if
adopted by the Southern States, as conclusive of
their right to rcpreaentation. Mr. Sumneras
'earnestly tieaylnr that there Yras any such agree
ment or understanding. Mr. Wade' said be
hould stand by his bargain, when Mr. Sumne r
waving Jits baad.atilr. '
, WadwuldJ there, sir,
It has transpired that the government has
pending tn England and Trance suits amounting
to about Ji.009,00a fer theTeeoreryor Confede
rate.property claimed by other parties; and the
Heutji of Representatives , on .the 18th insU,
granted tie Stalk Department a considerable
turn of money with which to prosecute these
aattn to a Macluslon, and alio to defray tb'e ex
pense of bunting up nnd fcaptujlns: JRbn If.
Surrott. .... f t
The,pretraetedtruBeaJn Congress overKuf
frage in the Distrlet of Columbia is practically.
ended, and at tbe next election In, Washington
all negro men will be sell tied to V6te. Tift bill
wUeh pissed tho Senate1 'on the'lStb' Inst, pro
vide far universal .fuffrexe. without regard to
race or color. Id this reepect It does not differ
from the bill patsodby the Hotaelast winter. It
Is mere rtriogenL however, than that .taeasure,
in that it prorfde for the registration of all
voters, and disfranchises not only eJJ.mcnwho,
Ieft'tberet6 aid tbe Rebels hut also'all who re
wained thoeand openly sjapathUedwith the
rebellion! 'Tntvotft'on the p;assjge7wal32 yeas
to Uaay. the latter oeing tMoarre. 'Bdckalew,
Cowan. Davis, DixoDf Dnolilt'Ftoster. Ilen
drieks, Nesmlth. Norton, Patterson, Riddle,
tulsbuD'.and.Van.WinUe.jTheUI passed the
House (IS tfceTUn by W vot? of HSto? The
vote in the rwo houses astures its passage ever
tbe veto should tho President fall to approve
theblll. . .It? . 1 i
NOUTUEKN POBTA1, AFFAIRS.
A telegraphic item (roni Washington in
reran! tn Routliern nostofSces does not
in the disordered mail faoilUiea of this
section. It is said that tbe department
bog determined to close ''delinquent"
offiuas. "What the meaning of the term
7eif vent pxtj bo in this connection we
are unable to say , but if it means those
whose revenues do not support them,
tlteir closing would bo an act of great in
justice and liardship.to' the tJoutbem peo
ple. If such post stations are not, to a
great degree Belf supporting, it isthe fault
of the tgiivorumrnt -in-hot. using' more
enorgy in re-ostablishing routes, nnd re
building the postal system, almost entirely
destroyrfl hy be prtioris'of tbefvrar.
Thera Uj.S'muoh,aeoeaity noTcfor prompt
and reliable wail communication, nay
more porlmpj than fixistei previous to.
tbe-wori It"if onu oC&iaKiecessittes inl
the ofibrt to restore pyery department of
business. Wo know tho people ia every
quarter arp dosirousjfor tho" je-openingW'
their poltomlejiSnfl arSialung strenu
ous efferU to hare it dontt. When opened
mahi bAa mffntfested verv Jittlo
resrara ftr the 'InWrWs feKlre'wbple
in IHIS eeuaecuoB, sua iviuuk t:-
peet It"6ffier4 to - he Anything else than
a burden Xkvftidswj when ibe' Are
fewr than tharjj-pnts of the icowntry re
quire, and only maintained,. byt uncertain
and ttnrUabl? routes. The teat-oath also,
is another great obstacle to the success ttf
the post offices incite jebellious States,
It is difficult to get responsible ad rustv
worUifmen wiui$&& qualify ai 'shnaaU
. Ut Congt" Abolish the oath in con-1
ahrffiUjf-withlhe recent daiuuea 6t the wr
that ifee.Jiew weU .isa-r Iis
reservior that wipplied tb? $ut
ueratauu, irom a grnuPKCM
moon? rtiaf'lhe-- l''c.-reit
laortftM there, and that hiDy
i in mmmut m
lbo weii line are on root,
AJlE.VD3IH.Vr IS TO HE RATIFIED.
States will mat ratify tlie pntpoml ntnend-I
ment to ttte roMttaiiMn of tiie Cnirad
States, have determined to crrjthgr
point by a proceeding kh "disgraceful as
any thin-; they hnve yet done. Mr.
YatagJ'of lliiieif, introduced a bill in
twIph. tliat hI5mh1 notice of the rntiuca-
Pt,an f tbe.ariiWi&Bfclby JOWPfei hall
be sent to the Secretary f the Senate
npd to tluxOierk S the House1 of J,eprt
senttttivee, instend of t!ie Secretory of
State, a? heretofore proyided by the act
of H&aifetMpfn th
tlicnetwn (ftTOerffnf TOicial m
three-fiwrtlw of tbe .tatet tliat &b
dent of the Senate and the Speaker of
the House of Representatives, shall forth
with cause publication of tbe same to be
I5y thoiff HHS,,ttili ratification
an amendment to tbe constitution is not
complete until the Secretary of State is-
uK '''9 prjplBiutiwi,- tH8e3rjirHHi8ffiwal
n(jUGoiitiqji(t) hjjaiat Kjch (jaiendjuont
'Uree-fourtbv of t.atato - When tli
amendment aiMJlisniRC slavery was suli-
mitted to the I.e4fttrea. of the Stnf-'
it was fefired by the Kadicals that tb
Southern (Statw wo;M mot ratify Jji
amendment, and an eflbrt was made h
Mr. Sumner to have it declared by Con
eteisht the r.ttirlfejiori.bj.tbQ Lclsla
tures 'of',tbreefonr(l48 .if 'the ? loyal
states suould bo .. held as n compliance;
with tlie law of I81i, but tho ratification1
or the amondfutsnfliy tbftSoutbcrnH&tes
inder the preMitrfr J)roiiilit to benf tlpoi.
them, superseded, the nee'BSsity for tfiej
e r u '. '1..'. I
uuopiion oi Jir. ouuiuni ruauiutions uuu
the matter was permitted to drop, 'It, iJ
now demonstnitedntluitt thtta Southern'
HtKte willioi'fafTf the peiidin amend;
merit, mid thai it mint fail unless tbe
tion of (lie constitution down, to tli nre
change is to be Wrowght by a proceed
ing as sitbverwiv'e of the const
and as revyhjjqnjirjviejf was ever at
tempted in any! gnrerftmenti','!'rhe';dfc.'
stitutfou ir'6yiila' ' tlmtTiio otatav with.
out its consent, .shall be deprived 'pfj
its equal suffrage ' in thds. Snata'
and four of tbe States who' aided in' fnim
ing nnd adopting the. constitution, and
whose sanction 'ws ritfcpijsnry to ,give it
life und thtf fBfte of bijyf nre deprived
witliout their .consent, of representation
in the Senate, while six States .thaii have;
been admitted into the Union since the,
adoption of tho oonstitutiom nre 'also de
prived of this representation. Senators,
and v lionrentattyas iromtUeife tSfdtl
navo anneared in Wasbinirton and de
manded to be admitted (o the seats
which they nre entitled, but the Kadjcal!
majority have refused to admit thorn, and
this exclusion is made the pretext' ior the
course which it ii now proposed to adopt;
to force upon tliem a policy to which they
haYtfnnd'IriH'rtifua'e' lherr,"SeriL The
Washington correspondent of the Cincin
nuti Commercial says "Mr. (Xtg:
holds that three-fourths of , the. States
pre'se nhnbSn (irjrci are competent to
amqnd the constitution, nnd thatthis view
Cf thd cAse rieceSBHrily follows the assump
tion that twortlifrdfl- 6f Uieir rcpresenta
tives in each bouse of l'ont(rem 'nrfeVbin1-
petent to propocVnHmVndnnfit for rati
fication, 'ft is1 well known that the
administration does not take this view of
thq.tto, and Iien(vtliine4essityl!a3cord'-
ing to the ltadioals, of providing a new
methodf for, ..its publioiUion, Tm tho
amendment now rbofera tho4)Stateb
should be . ratified hj threefonrths
of tho loyal States. It is not improbable
that Mr. Vales' bill will bo passed by
lioth houses, and thus tho action of tho
"lnvnl" StntaM will fimtAn unnn tliM Smith
-l-for:iltlioiihhlie iiixjiMisuQ ariiondment
i ---- - -
assumes to be general, it is intended to
icy which will place this people ut tin
people ut the
held sway In any government
The Washington correspondent of the
(Jineinnati' vommtrciat, wys:' Itis tre-
lieyed that tlie discussion of Mr. Yates'
.bill will develop tlie views of Senators
upon. tho c subject ef annulling the-'Stute
igovcrnraents which hnve been set up in
the Soufb by UietKiMutrYe; anQ the as!?
tablishmenl of territorial governments,
jwherein all . the peeple, without respect
1o color, will have a voioe." The territo.
(rial proposition looks to Uio exolnsionj
J"rom tbe lmllotbox of every,, man ,i
Hvho took part with thp, Cpnfjderates or
pynipatbizwiJbjUigm, vhile the entire
hqgro pppulatien above the a.ge.oftwopty-
bno ; Jf&y,, . ft, ,cfpbjt( ",th
the elective franchise. Hut it - has
been, shown in theo oolumns. that
the present Congress has recognised
the meaning of the rohstifdtion and laws
and that it' oannbt witliAiit n' MiosV fla
grant usurpatiqn of power a. usiirpation
tvhich the Supreme Court cannot sanc
tion reduce these States to the condition
of territories. Ilerein we .have an erpkjf
nation of the movement of. Mr. Yutes.
There is reason to fear'tbat'diis bill will
become a law by the action oT the legis
lative department of the government, and
H so, tbe only reliance tbe South has is
upon tho Siiprt&bU?!urlrtlut this is
almost "a broken reed,'" for tlie removal
by death of Judge Orier, whose infirm
health repdors such an event not impro
bable at Any day,lwonld give w'the'lladi
dais the control of that body.
; Tho South has now fair warning as to
tlie course -whiau uc Kauienls wall pursue
to secure'what they wilt tlaim ami en
force if possible, as a ratification of the
Wj: could not-bcjjiftcwise thanxar.tUt
fled -with the patreriaffiwed'npwTrre-
Union asp Dispatch. Its daily circula
tion is now considerably larger than that
oTthc Union and American and the Dis
patch before the union of tho two papers,
notwitnstanuing ,a larfi number .were!
taking beth Its' advertising c4Umn
show the high estitMthtn Jn which tt ie
held by businessmen. Tbse are indeed
substantial evidences' pftbs popularity
the lTMD. AK"nlTCH. , 1
A N'eV dbfyt ?HbrMfeni-Af Corre
spondent of tbe MoM inn villa Aw JSVb
haatho.followtngi ,. . y. u0 .-vf a
"I cannot close this communication witli-
oua reference taaiidtueraubject tif vital im
portance to the people of this part of the
oowitry. vk: the Mr
iion of a Tietf
!arTTr U,C Uols.r.urporthe amendment
jOHUcertmeaw yjut jueui Bmjmmieu. ketohlftTpaft the blaek bat cpn
aiut'uumeiiui are auuintru w an iuici;ui
i,e wintrpd j
Aspceehn senator SIorn)CjMamc
mi e rc"uIaifonf sufrraselln tCo D?s-
Siel of Wnlnifliirv rlisllvArpiTOn Mn.rtfii.rfl
. m mt ' -us,'
s?h saJm m jjr m r
Sir Uit o)namulional amcndmenPwhlclt
emancipated the Rlave gives Congi empower
to maue thai freedom 01 the slave complete.
In the fpirit of that provision, Congrediati
i tjt lnet sptsinn n rtvi llmf omrw rvtsj.-Cn
it last snimn onptcrf thnt uronr nimnn
of, and entitled to protection in bis civil
rignis. ii remains nqw 10 jecojinize inai
' ' . . vjm- ! "9S?if .
vary was bere the people for ratification,
itlwas objoSled-that the enablinseetioh
gayi Congress plenAry pijwej: oyer thfe
statua offlie negro in -the atMan
"would beJHScd toibrcejoferlnnn-ights
andyjgainst tbe remonstrance.ofBtates;
whateterrlfevra wLdQtnmant majority
might hold. This was strenuously denied
by its'prtrjectofs' anil the advocates o
ratificnt36ri" Bndlalme'4'iflso that the
nothingdikerecting theminB the dignity
of citizenship, much IcsWrulo'sring then
with tbe franchise, or putting them or
the planetofjftoitatity "tpth the white
race. It "srtliermore4" admitted byj
aiiyfoff themtbat alL these oufestirtns
that the States in -which there were large!
ment, would liave the same powers i
regard to fixing their status, as had Mos
sachusottii and, New York.when slavery;
became extinct in thent Their assevera
tions in regard to this point were earnest,
and their- nromisoa fat. This sneciman
frftf Mr!'iIortiiT;bne,of,Jtn,6 framers of
the amendment, proves how flatly they
lmri fn1e.if'A! rpnpntMl nRqpriinnfi nmli
rhow shamefully Uleyfiave violated so'4
The Congress, iinderlho power claimed!
fr6rh ilie Section tfc'ahl)ldgit!to fpass
to mako emancipation perfect, have alj
ready passed a law declaring the negro a
citizen,'and inventing himt wit'Vf fights ndj
ifrivifeireB? 'thin which 'the white man
never claimed or enjoyed alore or greater,
Ttis now demanded, and in some way wil
e iflegroOK i? act oA
vefjimeMf Btiall ne aamitteu
to what Senator MprriH calls 'he poJiti-J
cal'cnaliwlficVll tne cbmmon nghti
of the American' citizen:"' And so the
amendment abolishing slavery
mado nbofisU Saof the'&ost ;
ia ,tp, be
rights of? thoState8findahlO'every dis
tinction between. the races, .except, thaU
which nature has made unalfenvble.
W kVil)VT?:nri whtther mblff'hD 'lie
amared-At'the" m'Sdness ffrfd'Jblly.-wHcll.'In
the pursuit of political power, derides and
614 at naught the restraints &1, ,tue con
'stitiitipn: oT'ht the, duplicity,, and" per
fidy with which the " party '6fvlgreati
moral ideas'' Bceks to, accomplish it
Political " philosophers' hold that A party
in a State cannot become great and long
wigllT extSnsijSpr'OTthJ ut j&cojftng
corrupt, but no party in any btate ever
presented so flagrant an illustration
r,fait, 6s, the silled ,Reppbhcahp34Tqy
of this country. It is not wonderful,
however, that it, so soon, should hove
h'ecome'fSuf aVid uffef ly corrupt aytfcVr.-
rupting, for itf wefrhegotieriah a lie, and
cupidity was jits ;nitr3ing-.mothcr.
4'h tfMWviilL 1
A few days since the public were fur
nished with ijhe'dfplomaho' corjr'espphd
enoo witli h ranee as tne patronanasnp-
porter of the Imperial partyjn Mexico, and
ine.insiruoiiDns 10 our civu uuu uiuiutrjr
representatives in tfr'nda'r that distracted
cbtintry. The understanding wtthTranco
was effected to hasten the downfall of
the effortjUnderJIaximilian to; jesbUsh
a monarcby,intIjexi90f and- wjdeh, when
the French support- jvas removed, was
thought certain to accomplish it Messrss
Ga'mpbelL and Shermaa were evidently
sent in theallasanranbQlhWthig. yas-a
foregone conclusion. lut it tlie latest
a6c6unts are trde, And the nopjCOnipliA'nc
of-Prance with ier tipulAtion .tqtni-
mence tbu ,Uhdfcavral. of herprccs in.
Noventbei,,'Iendstr6ng prpbability io';it,(
MaximiliayheJadof apretty strqrig
force has pluckWtip the tjbnrago to try
the' fortunes of the J5mpiro, jn., anolhflr
contest, TheACQUjit4are somewhat
confused, bdthVrludhpea 'that tho
l'j-onch Are still backing him, and that
owing to the divisions amqngV.the; lbe
rals, he may ,pkrolal)y reinstato himself
in tne capital, ior a a iime i ieasi.
wouTd'seem that this unexpected turn
iof affaifsdld blate put goyerhuient m
nn embarrassing; not)- to -sayavvkward
i .,v. i'vii1 .it 'is' c1a 'L:it-z
Willi uiipru3j-s'xui;cI'. luair
anu .tlJe ,JTexican Bepublicnns.
There is a flavor Of bad faith about the
Wh.ifeatuija fjthB, ,affair,jfthijh,fw;tl
require some pretty searching and strong
talk, if we escape the discredit of permit-
inif the tbvernm,eht to be trifled 'with.
Messrs. Campbell and Sherman will have
to cruise About in the Gulf And suck or
anges on board tho Susquehannab, or if
they do anything at all it will have to be
a docidedihferference.of some sor Either
this, Or they will have, to -be retailed,
(as the latest news ifrom then would, in
deed, -aeom to- iridicAto t(p ,,hA'vgJeeh
done.) which will bff a sort of' 'tacit
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eonfession that' the' government had
blundered on ah; important itep witlr
out understanding' exactly bowi the
kind lay. Any way it is" looked At,
there -would seem to be an, "entangling
lhanoe. or a mortifying nasco itt- pro"-
oeet for the part that ".Seward has
leen fit to inaugurate for hia government.
' O D
n sivingthe correspbnd6nt;o
Iavo since, it was remarked',? that .t
ves that induced the mission of Camp
bell and Shen&aii were doubtless dj'sln
terested ahd"prter, and taken with a
vicvyo maintain tlie.. Monroe doctrine,''
and promote IloguBlican prinbiples tir
our Southwestern border: but without
pretending to he Able to.fathom, the depths,
of diplomsctror. lorecust the luture, lye
must say, that to us, it appeared ill-timec
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unless, we- wora reaay ionwiy noiiw
ttorkitmicnt cutout ior us. i. u-
TltH JMSHOOt riJ.NI HEP03T QF
THE COSfJflSSIOXERS SE9TT
The following is tho report of th eppj.
mission, sent to. -Mempna ia wos auer
the school "fund; We are gratifi.ed that
the amont stated haajjoea restored, and
trustthatthe j'arrs.Bgetoeats'' emadeforij
thialab4rtnift brfu'ompId w3KT
be il arrBgen
Tho, .restoraiiotiebj&ui he, of ccnraey.1
eouivulent in all, respects to the 7-3ff?
NA.sir'itxE,Dc. J 5; 18G6-Gov, "W. G.
Rmmlon Sir: The committee appointed
iby tbLegislauire to proceed; to llemplSi
ID investigate into ine conuiiion anu sc
canty of the school -fand of the State, de
posited by the TreiMirer in the Tenneaso
V T.ink tt Memnbis. respectfollv
lipeeat: Thfttia't discharge of thedu-
, IlOHM JPfiKTC r-IWf as I WiH H PassWIItSV. urtMf iiiWI I 1 1 ill I
MrAglHeS' M BTT
themditionipf the bank
Of lUt ablhtr5md nurnrw.
lthe4ernandsof tbe comm:
j.se committee ecrutini
t the bank, and wa
The final arrangement between the com
mittee and the bank resulted in the prompt
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vd. gv, vweniT-mree oonoroi lueoiaie ior
AX IMPORTANT lECISIO" TIIE
. ' OF TKSX S1SS EtS
BJ?1,7 th? I?1 Yl b?sam14Vi?4mnfto on ajlrdsVblcb haj
nijarrangea ior inepavDientpi me nai-wjraieruayj-ecQD!
ancc. 0''l'"r WfMsoK, S?ywWr
. , . M.bXESCXr TiaxaengCTB aiOTIS iue
J I: ', SthnY RtA&rr. i Three victircs of
' - '- 'ycrifNthnrAK. 'fire in
i T , T ,-, rl . ' mittee have arrived in town, and will com
tendered to John Loague, County Court mence ita i-forson Mondav
Clerk of Shelby county, $1,0 t-rrth
amount of his taxes due thejStAte.'-itf'isi
sues of the Bank- of Tenrfeafee. dated
prior tp May 6tU,'lSCi. Loague refusej
(9 receive it, .oil' tho gronnd that tbe Ikvi.
of 18C6 repeal ty;jhectIon6rtfi4
Acj'chartring.tue Bank, 'which declared
that the issue of the Bank should ? be!
receivable atlheamTfeosnry lOifflbeitnte,
and by all tax collectors and other public
I officers in payment for taxes or other
moneys due.to;the.Statej'. Sesscl (Applied;
to Judge Smith of the Common Law Court)
for a writ of mandamus against Loague.
Judge Sntfth' delivered n length and1
able opinion abstaining the Uppli&itjQri of
t'cssoi nnu oruering iue issuance 01 iue
writ, The opiniou holds the-obligAtipn
of; tho Statd and. iW o&6&$rjb$ffiki'
-notes of the Bank; as a huit ki t?ohtract
and that the act of' tho lieiSlutfirc'in
assuming 10 repeal pnu annul tue con
tract was in yfdlAtlbn of the provisions of.
the State and Federal constif utions'which
forbid the passage of laws impslrfattlie
obh'gation oT.contraots. tDheijbtlclSion
then arrived at is. that the clerks and
other collecting flificersjar'ej mpeQab!!
by law to receive, in payment of dues of!
the State, all genuine .issueSjioIjtlje jlank
of Tennessee the term genuine being;
Applied to klf notes issued before 'May1
Cth, 1861; Ity thenjprocjpeds to dispose ofj
an argument tlmt claimed that "the codei
adopted May 1st, 1858, in effect repealed
the Mlith section,' and shows its utter un
The effect 6r this decisioh',1 should it be
sustained, will be to make useful for taxes
a-iarge amotiht of-lnhneyKd'operaw
greatly to tbe relief of communities
which it is held in considerable quantities.
- STATE KWfj. ; -. U j
The Sheiby yille yUftmcnn Unfon ot'y
tenlay, gays: , .1. -1
"Governor Brownlow has commissioned
B. il. Tillman, Esq., as Attorriey'Qeneril
for the circuit composed , of the courities'iOf
edtonl, luithenorp, Wilson .ana (annon.
Mr. Tillman is well known tothB people
ma circuit sa au auic jawjrer.
- ateps are being taken, with every
prospect of speedy success, to rebuild tie
Baptist Church ln Shelbyville.
A Monumental Society has been or
ganized, the object of which is to, collect
the Confederate dead in the vicinity bf
slielby vilie, inter them in a common graye,
and erect oyer them a suitable monument.
Samuel H. Whitthorne is" President and
W S.JJeardert, Secretary. ICinfribnf ions
fi 'I Xf M
t "Appropriate notice Was fiken, On the
8th mst.j.oftljo tieatli ot pptU JJ. )Vprd
by-"hii comrades in 'IhelAIexicah -war
amone whom were soldiers of both the
Confederate and Federal armies,; in, Ihenlate
war.. ' '"ii i '"iU
Tli Lebanon Herald and. 'fitfuUi; lt
insu, nas me louowing: '
Tennessee and Pacific Raixeoad.-
We learn fromDr. Owen that duf citizens
have taken shares to. tbe amount of about
one thousana uollara in the above road for
the purpose of making tlie survey. We
hone the friends of the roadwill come up
andsnbscriBo liberally, anfli'givethe couV
pany all the encouragement possible. Tho
Legislature tbe other day passed a bill
authorizing tlie Governor' toHauebbrids of
the tstate, amonntingj ,o .lOOjOOttjtcvthis
roaa. , . , , ;a s:
We have beard of only two dealt;
from, small-jwx for7t,pr vthreecweeksi
Mrs. Warddied-iast' SundayY'after" a long
illness, we iieartt ot a nesro uyinK With
it A few days since. ." ,,.' jj" , u- L
At the late munfc'ipaLehrciioni Bj rfcj
Thompson, 'Esqs,' was elected Mayor r A
E. Fonville, Kecorder, and J. C. Glenn
town Constable; y- 4 n f g Ml:
The Froinclin Kerieio of v'ealernaviavfl
Our chancery Conrt has beeen in session
forthe last eightlOrJtedSdavaVanil thems
ness aone has been very heavy for the
length of titatt. .Decreed 'Ib'rlhe' 1e of a
crrpnl flpftl nf tm! walnffA Invo Ivun
which wO'Buppose will be nport. Ihe nlarkef
as soon as me cieric gets a liuiexeat, The.
'important case of R. A Graham vs. Cliffe
(and Merrill; upon motion' to 'dissolve the
(injunction and dismiss the attachment.was
.argued amy anu lorcioiy on uom siaes Dy
rj it r' n j ri n
aAuti. ii. aiiu ttuui;t;tiur v.aiu
bell far the complainant. tandillonsiEJD
?Ea9t-and Judge TiSVJTuriey for fllfefiaa
bnts. The counsel on both sides acquitted
,1 1 T , 1 , J. ,
luemseives wiin imiuu creun. evincins- ipmti.
nttaimnenta eqtial, If not superior) to any
legal gentlemen in tueotaie. Alter a uis
bverrnled arid th'eBtands'ai befdre.
On Friday evening,' tho 7th'ins't.. a
man named Dick McCray wsa run over
by a wagon, and instantly killed, about
eight miles from this place on the Lewis-
burg turnpike;'' ' "'"
Pork. At the opening of the season.
a few 8&les were efl'ected in this market at
is high figures as twelve and twelve and
one-half cents. During the past two weeks
the price has settled down at, about eight.
i . 1 1 '(TiJ J . ?.
tenia, n gre-u,iuiuiy iiaye Kliieu uunDg
The PnlaskUGien, of t be ,14th saysa
Horse stealidg seems tb be ihe ofdeVorfhe
day in this locality at present. We have
beard of several coming uptnissiriglfri 'this
County within the part week; or two.
The Murfreesboro Monitor, o&thetl6th
says : Our city is at jreseiijjtinfested,,.by, a
gang or small calibre tlueves, anil from
their operations, are more than likely to
be deeply and darkly steeped in crimeajlnd'
colors. Thev commit manr deeds ofWmalf
stealing, and display n great deal of energy
and discretion in procuring the winter ne
cessities with but little&bqr and a small
loss of sleep.
1 Henry Wilson, a colored prsclioher
in the "light finge'red'art,,, was arrested last
tit: i 1 r . 1 1 r ' T
eoncsuay ior sieaung a-narae Jronx Isaac
S'inston, col. He was committed to Jail
await his trial before the Criminal
We would suggesTTnJtyne to our new
Board of Aldermen.heVejCessity of doing
something with the public weli on: the
square If not need -otherwise, rre favor
the throwing in of "a half gross more' rats
and the few remaining tdogs around ihe
city, and lease it out to some- entfrprWng
bologna sausage manufacturer.
! I Thh McMjnnville Xev? Era, of the 13th
says: - ' ' ;4' '
Quite s number of our citucns've been
receiving their pork dnring thfepssttwo on
three days; the rulingpriees orwhiebhAveJj
been 78 cents net
: In Jackson county the demand for
corn seems to be limited ; shippers .are f
ii nnwilling to sack ii( athat.prf ThlfB:!
ii quite a number of hogs Tn the country, i n
ibut the market contimres dull, asd there
1 are but,-few bnycraf 11 t i . it
xuc v,miuiw84 i" 1
says: . ,iJ U 7
. The Metropolitan Police 4orce will be
paid ott to-day. lhe men leel in good
hpmor, as there ,13 two or three months i
pay due.pem . , A il . i'J r. W
The cause of temperance Li Raining
great strength in this, community, andthe
Division of the Sons of Temperance, is in-.
Death. Of Mrs. Fowlor, ittc r 1
WASHlHQToTr,. Dec 16. The', wif btf
tor Fowler, of Tenneatee, 4ied: imVI i.wai. at our auction room. 10 onauU.-
THgaw ' . 7T - ' T : "
. miiiiii'iaiiiHim in in mi iii.i.i
andthSevidenS-i -XHOX XiJtfiiHlO, H-y- sun xo
ado mZt at oarti M. . ttU- & S 2 fx
fiec.tt m m vjf- m m s Temper unco SpKinsr.I
d thPXccnaiUou at""riai ioumukcc auw iLiHirOIMM ref.N WJiDKSDAY NIGHT, BCEMBSK
impessi in: ?t9lo"o,.Fivtit,- n-fr-ht?eem-ra
Gold .nines. I
New Yokk, Dec. 15,
-TIlA RfntA Rni,
i. . . ziZ' r --a-t
uai in session in inia cttv lateir on the
to u lu o xsroaQ way.
the tenement house
Thirty-jirst street have died.
iwo more distilleries were seized yester-
i day. It is estimated that not more than
ten or twelve are now at work in this city.
1 1 hA I 'nnnMeaiArtnl I n.uli m mn
-- vwukiuuiuuNi Auiokiiahiuii wm1
i The Comptori WdnsenTfrhird avenuei
1 corner of fwenty-fourth street, was th
' sun A t A-.xl,tn 1 - Mn
: "1:I lr? "1 -
gasoline in the lamp room. Eight persons
supposed, will not recover. The flames)
did not extend above the basement story,
Hud panics off thepeHonslBuraed'were'
WilliinfjCbrajifo prppri'etqrpf theflranse,'
dangerously, and it is feared mortally.
Oliver Miller, a deaf boarder, not ex-i
peeled to recover.
Kate Flannigan, the cook, dangerously,!
and it is thought will not survive through!
John Blake, Daniel Brown, Daniel Mc-;
Omnia !Vrirt4rAr Pil-o ..,1 PalKoftna
."..'3....' . , i. 1, vaiuatiut
Cooney, servants, were seriously burned
about the face, body and arms.
The Herald's Concord. N. C corresnon-i
dent says old California miners pronounce,
,1. xT-l. 'n i; n , ....
unit uui U1I1IUIIIU IUII11TS lUUlKJUULC , f n, ,v : ., -. , lIn
the Nortb Carolina gold mines far superior, Gorp.er'OlmrckanrJfOherTV-Strta. , Vr "I
in yield to those of California. We ' " ,f "'" 1 " 4 ' H rWsH-
-ndmbeiji-'or cdpitalists'iaye Arrived from
large amounts of property have been'
destroyed, in Southwestern Virginia and1
the Northwestern portion of Nprth ' Caro-1
.-.Aoiuh Carol inn, LegrUIatnre.
"C6tVitia, Q-December 15. The'
House has. indefinitely nosiiwiml thp. mii -
iBideratiOn of the resolutioh erpresslngsyni-!
pdthvvlth Jeff.JDavk '
rheXegislatiirehas accepted the dona-,
tions tbf -establishing' an , agricultural col-,
State University.--hi.; :. i-
fffl$i$sridjtl5. The Legislative
committee' on constitutional amendment,
and proposition to call a National Conven
tion, have reported adversely. The com-j
mUtee says that South Carolina, in their
opinion, would not accomplish any good,
beside they consider such a course undigni
fied. Trrrllurinl Govcritmeiit for tlie South-j
WASinNOTON, Dec. 15. Mr. Julian's!
bill nrovidine civil eovernrnenta for ilip
States lately in rebellion is to the following
.Sec. 1 provides,, lhat .North Carolina,
tSouth Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama,
Mississippi Arkansas, Texas, and "Virginia
Are, iempOrarjly - erected into territiorial
ernora of territories.
Sec. 3"'providesfor the appointment of
territorial secretririp'- ' -''! ' I
Sec. 4 Telates td tlidMhties of legislative i
bodies of terrltoriesi ' !
Sec.'. 5 'provides that members, of the
Legislature hall'elaptt&. by' lpyai.male j
citizens oi territories, and proscribes all
persons who in any way aided in the rebel
lion. Sec. G authorizes the Governor to make-
the appointment of territorial officers by
and with the consent of-tho Legislature.
Sec. 7 makes provisions in regard to the
Sec. 8 relates to the appointment of at
torneys and marshals.
Sec. S directs that the Governor, Secre-
tbo PlsaTtl,nf' ' . " u
Sec. 10 authorizes the Legislature., to
enact the -usual laws, of government and
provides for the election of a "delegate to
the Hiusof Reprendntatiyes. .,' . ' '.
' Sec'.n,prQvide3 that the Cbnstitutionof
the United States Bhall havethe safee force
and effect as. in other territories. ..
. !Sec,12 authorizes the people of said ttr
ritories to form" itheinselves into Stat'e.gbt-'.
irnments tinde'i''forlbqriiiame3;oft(ept, . ,
'Sec. IS relates to ithe-uajlueatiorn of
members of the Legislatrire and "voters 'tor
and irierriKpnTof "tht? Statf- (Vinrpntlnn.
Sec. 14 provides for the meeting and
UIIAIC Ul UJIIUUi;illl; illC UUtiC tUUVcIlllUJI.
Gold Mines In Cnnnda.
Ottawa, C. W., De6.15. The commis
sioner of the Crown lands has received
ifrom the inspector of the Madoc
gion, rich specimens of gold in quartz
and sand. The inspector reports that
jmining operations as. carried on in live con
cessions in Madoc, and the tourteenth con'
icession in Huntington, from one lot, be-
tween Sl.OOOnd S1.500 worth have been
'taken-.ont. .Gold wasinrst struck at a depth
idy twenty fet. From thjBjSpecimens'
tttArtz seen the iufpector' is otppinion
gold existr throfigh tbe- townshii of
dori, Madciand portioh of Mgrkoon-
.a.axceiinousanu persons visiiec; n-ie-min-
ttrlftMrfriJnct rrinn fW ' ' '
nrjrumeut In Demurrer Caie1' Con
W'AsnfNdTOif. bee. 1C The counsel to
day concluded tlie demurrer, cnterreJ in
the case of Conover, charged with perjury
-having testified before the House Judi
ciary Committee, that- certain affidavits
made, to convict Jefferson Davis, with com
plicity in the assassination of President
Lincoln, were true.
1 .Ttif ii
By the Cable.
Rome, Dec. 15. It is kaidhhal tUfotoai1'
Antionelle gave.an eyasive.reply to Gen.
King's demand rforan eiplanstion of tt
iStifln of the
denial of his s,tatepient, . j.Il is supposeil
iai no unnlprmnnt relations will enanp.
. i.u .ill. 1
Paris, Dec. 15. In the case of the Dhi
d States arainstiArmanth(y'.the' French
burt Jias ordered the United Slates to pay
laVSe sum lhtVfbe cbiVrt as security for
t)iocosts of tuit.' -i -Ji- 'i
' The United States Consul Said that legal
steps have been adopted in Prance, but
there was a more serious diplomacy with
I ,Y,r.!fSlATA3IttiA-S. I Jitfo )'
Yesterday passed in quiet in the heroic
city. A portion ofthe troops were in pre
tention for a march to the interior, amomr
whom $ a portion of Canal es' command.
Tb.weiJexpectedfii start last eygnihr.
tbia morning. , Good feeling-pervades all
TThe'rcre inllilis' WotAtfa a vol-
mtary foan -tlieiiisual forerunner of a com.
,,l rtr, '
iry""..- .1 A.ti. - t.t..
I no qpesuoo ui.uie luiuro uute-fiiujsun.
liof yet settled. There will probably'be
1 election, by the people, as me state is
iw entirely free from invasion. Mean-
lile, a military Governor will be ap
An clectionfpr municipal officers will
ke place soon, probably next Sunday.
Nothing further is iieard ot Uanatea
inz to Chihuahua. He will march to
ie interior with a command commensurate
his rank. The business houses are re
ining their confidence.
PnBLisnER'sCoKVESTios.-T-We see that
second annual Convention of the Edi-
and Publishers of Illinois, takes place
Spriagfiejd. on-UigSthand b.pJJ.an.U
Why'. cannot the editors and publishers
i Tennessee have a similar organization to
meet annually, at sucn nine anu piace aa 1
. ,. . l .r ll I
fnav lm oelwtivl hv the nreviotm conven- I
"V """"I t"" "taujr ui uitj.jHiiiwi. were, J.1 IAVIE.S,BKQS LEAVE fTQJN FOR!
uctug juciiarcu mr re-wurKing. 'I - un menus, ana tno puijllc generally, oflr
The Herald's Richmond special sarsl ?Jhvillo and vieinity; that Whas fammenafd L '
'See; 2 vestrerntivewer in a.Gover- tu Department 6f 5
tint Ttrlll Qtifl 1 1 lu. nntviintail n . I I -.1- t.l . r-r, i.ui .
i 1 1
I, ....... . tt,W -UU UCICIRD I I- 011.1,1(1 I.i 1 1 , Jill
such powers as are now exercised bv Gbv- 1 services of some'of the flhest'-
tary, justices, etc., of these territories shall
be 'nomirfdted, ;and, with consent of the
senate ot tne united States. :
tion7 J..VC .leet.Jausnsii uiai.j.mwewiiwionireo;
ofitieJ&bbilrey iroild liiifvan-'r'
aeyVed by Tucb annual meeting. What
think our cotemporaries of the project? 1
Rye w0uld anggeit the 17th of January
neit, the birth-day of Franklin, as a snita-
bli time, and Nashville as the place, forthe
holding of the fii?tconyentipn.rf Anwe
have i'lseSM .VctlrnrKcVwr-IftiJa '
mlliurti TublCS at Auction.
- xirz WILL SI2L Op S3AT5J ET1A.Y, DEC.
fWa rrvv hit TV Aim T A II I. EH.
t)ii.ir.n'. m,l-r Tliev are nftr on exhibition.
- -ijrjjois; BARNES 'A CO..
this State, will deliver a Temperance Address to
me juivisions, , orx oriNasHvil'e and viemitr.
renerally are invited to attend.
Business Chausre. ..
t 1.1 nn -i ii ri ttt Tn
TTA VINtf PURCHASED THE rNlIRE
AVXNO PURCHASED THE ENTIRE
2itf. aSPablle Squire, I wijl continue the .busi-
nesval the otd stand, ana rpspectrullrsolicit thc
patronage., of my friesdaiaad the publia-rrene-
lirt cfes taluPini
ucci1k . PablioiSduare;
tuitiv' ut 'AND
I rf- i.i,
!j.-ei .iai vw. ;ifr
TSTTiC "W " ' "Gf 'O OtD .
11 ) mi - .
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fit '1 . tt- -.li
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A en, ? T, ,k,i-;nn :.L t.: Lt. l.it. tl
JV. M. PAWFVrmVrl S aS
Ball, Black tt Co-, New Yorfccity. , .
'1 eJr,e n?w receiving ;rom Kcw York a larget
id eholoe lot of r- ". 1
Silver Ware' ::
if. - !!"tVt ,IT
u' Plated War
and Fancy. Ooodst,
..VlrS fjni'orteratjatnai Manufacturers.,
-Htirb nifclif tngbeen purchased at tbet
I.OVFJ9T SET OASU'ftATEV
. ..i.i. -t i W4IK1KV -W 1 -.
-Ayiijibtiffered upftn the;mastre.ihstle te'rms.j
Alljpopjls ar warranted ,. ;,, .Mi
'An exa'tuipatipu. ruE;8,tk7i:i,1re-ml
WatcH Repairing and Jobbi
business twe propose
ying secured tno
workmen in the
F. X. BAVlES.
declC-tf ' , .
W, .IT., WAVIER.,
FOR TlffE IIOIIUCAYS.
, , . i - i 'i ' : ' "
w. t. mwRYj& co.v
BQoksell0rs; Public Scjiiare,
HAVE now ready for examination a choice
collection of FINE BOOKS FOR THE Ilfel
DAYS: not for tho Holidays,ehly,'bnt for ult
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Uiam Basil Jones, M. A., Prebendary, of, York
.1 .1... . . . i- -
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PHQTOGKAPJL ALBUMS. h.w.tylev
iSTBltEOSOOPBSfwflh new French, EpanDK;
Swiss, German, Scotah, Engluh and Ameriean i
Views, very beautiful;
PRANG'S AMERIjCAN.PJeiURES, naw and
.,. . , , . r .... -
WRITING DESKS, Rosewood . and. Leather.'
ZlVldl31 i3 lljbUa3AXWVAU i3J.Vftii-3 4.vvwA
N. E. ALL0WAY.
I UIC ' J, I-
- i cqumry ior tnat purpose. -
gold re- iramic lews, thirty-seven full-pago dJrawing?, I
:75ii;:" ; :,t am iNortb
tne l!eu uuiutou pupur. tuis. Utf,
I . ,rt-trrttt TTTSttT3T3 Tr4tO ,1 . 1 . . , 1
M. 0. SUlTZBMHERf
WHOLESALE XXV KET1IL DE1LXB IX
Groceries, Wines, Liquors,
I ' ...... ' " '
I minim irm fni TTiinrrTpj iiji iinnn, I lr
I ir- to it lx. , , , . . ,
tfo. 13 Jffoith, Market Street, bet
Church and Union,
TKCLlMY6tTn ATTIL TO TUB
pRn'lSpMrT. G&. ToteeTjftceleTand
,r . W,OT . mumx to a weii regulated store.
ijnuji an uannes io procure tbe best and
cnaapestgooujin market, 1 offer to my friends
ami D&troasdneb Inducement, ut trill niiVii tn
LheirjidraBtatca to call and examine my stock
tt. it- , t. . . - r-i
. 'tin Saiui-tlayy O'Jd , Uccomber,
.vj, - . . I,.' ,
Ualt4dipoeed f befoe.tft;Prirate(3ale. '
Barges are laying on LoWe Levee. If applied,
Infar Jtefera the 22J. thej( will b? ,
AT A BAKGAIff.
P. DAN FORTH, Agent.
Corner Frpat aod Jefferfen
lu M ut.
til- Wm ,
For ?)ale at a Rargnln?
ACOJIPLETE SET OF MAHOGANY MAR
ble toplvery fine amfalmost new) Chamber
2i and J3
iyfi.OHraB.F0R SALE ATA LOW PRK7B.
X, the follow. IJuihlipgA; ..
The PURVEYOR'S OFFIOK 'Otti' Markefc
street. Ifi0i32 and IftlrlR
(I iFTT I. .. vn. I
L.(Thf3o, buildjng. )he .Wnterand ,Qj,Pipe
,1 ABtba BA RR AOKS, A, i and nmiSum
mer street, 100x25; andthe ,. -
jiVAR.EQU8E? cfimtn JZn'jop, and TioriU,
. ApdIv to STARTiiAIAN i AVRIGUT?
( '. ain,ar "Ms Velow"-tr.eVork.
A GOOD ASSORTMENT OP GOLD AND
JL Silver Watches. Jewelry. Clocks'. etv at
reasonable price. Every article warranted ,a
represented. REPAIRING done well and with
satisfaction, as heretofore, -'
decJS-3m , No. North Cherry St.
, B. KERCH. Y. gT.XKlVK. A, a BK?B
BEECH, MANLOVE & CO.,
riKAI.KSS t '
3IA17TINGS, FEOO?t Oil, CLOTHfC
Damask and, Laco Cuntaii; (ioofa,
nml ' '
-It M . I. i -
.' . r 11
, ;ftITAIE hiSKXH, EiC,
53 College Street, .; I
Ltir ,ti."i t
9N TUESDAY. THE tSTnfUECMBER
ne'will sell at auetstrr, on the premises, the
properir known as tho-
I with a lot fronting fifty-Bve feat and runnln
witna lot tronting filty-Dve feat and running
back to an oiler. flltniitd oi fhh it M nf
Terms tjfle-fourth caih, balance in six, t wel
and eizhtcon months.
ivnt?Dflmj TnimrcrkiiT 1. oifTmrr
Nassvillk, Tenn- Dec 13. 1800. ,
T WTT.T. m
ILL OFFER. .FOR 'SALE AT PUBLIC
1 Auction, att Sftirirtlay, the 2Sd Init.,
tack. UjJ at the Oaralrv Himtrki'ii.
iiuuvuiff. ana, rl me irt a,varK nur
corper o; in ea.nayran to rdsireeu.
inircc ThonsanU (3,000) Cards of Wood.
: T' n.4-i "w '
' By.rderTorBrig-. qen.'TBoS. SworAs, Ass't,
'.D.ofiT. ,. R.n K-rnif
y uaiicruiuitir uenerai, vaiei vuancrmasier
dir VS.: ' t. Lieut. Col, and A. t,. .
For TirTi r.
A LARGE BRICK HOUSE ON THE COR
Lfl neniPBroaoTand High strests, suitable for
m .oaruing nouse, wun. a room ironting- on
lurow reci suuapie lor a store or (in
lor a Store or (irocery.
on-Broad, neat- Vine;.
welling and Xot For Suite1.
M. B, nowell, Adrn'r.etc vs. Mary A,
oueuon ui ats.
S DIRECTED BY A" DECREE OF THE
. Countr Conrt of Daridsdil countv. at it1
At labile Sale. At the sonth end or ths.(Jpurt
rnv,i tr, l,rti.;rvnPV..t,7sir tXo iTifnTVA v'
L119 29th da df December, '1B66, the Lot -of
fronting 52 feet on BfO'ad atrcet, and runniiVtt
bock; ISO feet, or which, is a desirable and well I
uiwa. iww ci uii h uku.u a uibiiiluid jlaali nmi
puUUwo (oryRrlk lswelllnt. coptaliir-j
jng eigni rooms, gooa eepars. cistern, and every pi
ronvenience. saie vo iaxe piace ac izo'cioes,
f napurenasers wu
nd.purchnrerj will pleate examine the premisoi '
f i?n??aLrtl!. ilt.j , w J
:iore uav 01 saio. 1
TERMS-One-thlrd tash, balance' oq credit of
lizttwelre had eighteen monthi. -with interest,
;-n p i. N!cnrtr.ni.,i,
A. NELSON A CO . Afenta.
IN TKE U. 3i ARMY!
lu TrnneHHer nre Eulllletl It'
Enrh, Tor nil H!nve Mustered liitolho
BOARD HAS 11 BEN RECENTLY AP
vomioa Dyise Becretarrnr war to mm.
sand ycyort to AVsshington upon claims of
is ruaracier. iuo .rresiuem 1 ima Hoard, is
Naanvllle. and has fitted up an office. The
lar class of claims. Onr House has been on
Kged for the past two months in preparing and
BTMfcmtiriff th-e claieM before the ,Mf-anrr ami
Kentucky -CotumissiaBers. and UXamiliar with
a 1 the rules and decisions there made, as well a
lucmuei, mem ruitngi oi ine oecrerary (taren
I e-. tberelsre. aOeroursarvices to.Attorner.
aim biaimauw, uiruugoout ine auu,
urlfennr we etllov unusual fadlTties far utWinz
them. Thetitclalmr will bo'ex&mined Brnby
tbeBaird. but an at action can aly be taked by
serve clients at Washington.
(We desire onaormaraooxrespoadests in each
cunty. with whom we will divide feaa. .And
wWlll rarnii-h to tbem all needed- blanl'aml
printed iustrnetions, sd keep them fully ia
fdrmed from, time to time f the action of the
JVe fumuh individual claimants, blanks and
full infractions to enable them to prepare thefr
ar irasuiugieu wws w nuaaar a large
rtjZTepVUU.aw in tut mm.b, v., w .inpfj
who tszy sot know u with Tegard. to ur is
tesgrtty aB4,tuineaj eapaeity.w givefeK of our
Lhaiiville and Nashville jefemnwa. who are all
Vkr kwrwn in both EjntatsMi:
EK k 1
Si? i.tKw ueiora,rjacirg. ipeir purcbases else
hj Inhere, ThanUful for tftot psardnageTI 'soJWl a
('continuance of thsnra. ,T,,.,'
other members of the Board are expected this
weikacd the.busiaeta will aommensest onee. .
i We have organIxt a Branch Office, ft this
nltv. far the Tmrixua ApttrtMtrnttna thl. T,..ili.,
No. 2 Citl4r4ndoBttiidlBg..:f3nt.rate eever-falling spriag la filly yards of
Loa'avHle References. J
met: ueo. iL.
aisb 2oL L.
antil Aircney; (Ten RlclrarWvr. jShMow!
NaihWBf. Rsftrenee. Taoaa li. Salable.
' Caehier Trtdera' Bank of Jtitwir, iA U.l
frd. Precept rirs.atiraalBjafc J. C
Crorr. enihterFiHrNatiital Hank-Ada
jtrrif1p( tlle(l state Djftfif AHtw;&.
N. B. Alkrway, Kr.
X ISO., av buieraie cttaflu: ueo.
EngJiae antl Boiler for Sale.
'a 4ooffTAWCBfAax iqiNFr.Ajm
JCL Tubolat BoUer tut? at moderate Prwer
both fa Ifrst-rato order, TnerKre of sBlfirient
cower to drive a milt. Oen" b eeen; tad terms
.arned,ofi application atis CiiEee. . deeS-H
LookOnt for Brcalcers !
jfS)NE AND ALL.!
YOU SEE THAT WE ARE SUR-
onded br Fast Man. Fxt Hones, fait
Haikixta Aceulentt and nnaateniMe MMA-iqM
Then It it not POLICY to take mt n
Al'CiUE-tT ISSOKAJiCK POLICY,
which guarantees to the assured 93,000 in case
of death caused by any kind of an accident, or
in case of in jane i I
p.y- per :w oeic
i1rnmp n niiimi 1 1 1 1 a pi i in I nul In fTrrr il twcnir
7?eeifprany one injury. Sues a roBcyean
sir -weei for any one Injury,
he obtained of tha . .
eouinern .Liie insurance uo.i
OF MEJipms, TENN,.
ep.the follnwiBcternsi Qnf Jy 2So; .two days
SOKtaree days 75c: Piur days $1 00; Aye day
3k ten days thirteen days jS oar Meea
days S3 SO: twenty day $4 00; thrity dart 45 00j
two months Xk three- months JUfiO; twelve
mouths 25 00. All of the above-mentioned" pol
icies and Tickets can be secured at a moment's
notice from any" Railroad Tieket Office in the
oily or of any ofthe principal .Railroad Ticket
Office throughout the entire South. AUo at No.
6 North Cherry Street. Nashville, Tenn.. office of
FRANK. Ii. PKRRIN.
Gen'l Agent 9. L. Ins. Co,
HUTCHIBON cV FLEMING
Areprepareil to do HOUSE, SIGN, and BAN-
NER PAINTING In all branches and in supe-i
rior stye. faint Shop Comer Bank nnd Print
era' Alleys. nov24-tf
To Country Newspaper Pub
lishers. "TJOR SALEi AT THIS OPPICK. VARIOUS
JTj fonts of newspaper and Job-type, which can
bdught at very reasonable
es for cash,
Also, imposing, atones, uases. .
fact alrthe material necessary
for roffttlnc a
(rood eonntrv nexrsnaner and 10:
IlkewUe for sale a Proof. Job, and. a- Power
Press oil as good as new. The Pojrer Press Is
a' Potter, on which can be dons almost any de
scription of work; site of bed. SisSSU Term
can be learned on application at this Office.
JBx'eeutor's Sale or Isanti.
A S.EXECtrrOR OP THE LAST WTXL AND
1. Testament of John Kimbrot deceased. I will
toiler at public sale on the premises, on SATUR
DAY. Otk DAY OF JANUARY. J867. nnder
o&we. we nave
' the dlrectioni bf the testater. One Hundred Acres
bf valuable Parta Lands, twelve miles from
Naihvillft, onplili Creek, MingiLh.e .dowsr tract
of Tabitha Kunbro, now deceased, and. includ
ing tbe homestead of said John KImbra. 'Thk
is very-valuable land, and will be sold without
. TERMS One, and two years, with interest.
.Notes with personal security, and a Ilea retained,
1 deetd . HAMURl, KIMBni
JVIiOl Ot Uitii MIIU B 4VL4 4 BMUUCI
SAMUEL KIMBRO. Executor.
St. sLonis. Missouri,
Hatch, Weaver, Fel & Co.
,.. ' j7 tin . ' '
li'ec IS. tSOff,
.W , - , . . . .' I- .
,1 , 09 ' "
71 NORTHS ' CHERRY ' STREET.
A' VaRGE QUANTITY OF UNREDEEMED
... Ptedgen cotuMing of Gold and Silver
Watehes(H)ld Fob and Neck Chains: Dimoud
Pins, and Esr Rings. A large lot of Clothing;
Ladies and Gents wearing appareli et3.,.etci
. This sale will be continued night ftpd day un
til the stock Is closed.
Dotw, Babsks t Cn.. Aqctioneers.
NO. 32 CHURCH STREET,
HAS ALWAYS ON HAND A GOOD As
sortment of ,.. ... .j
WALLPAPERS. - .
.. PAINTS, OILS.
,. BRUSHES., ... . ; , ,
- 1 GLASS, PtKLTY.t
, . and, WINDOW SHADES.
l$o."H iHiblia. Square,
OTPERS .VEREDlTOED PhlCES AN 'eCE?
gantitockkif' . - - : '
f - ! h - l . - ,
ME.-'AND' BOlTjSr ,
'- I w
u " XTD
ge assortment of , ; .
Fine Beavec.. Over-coats, , )
rtt very Iw prices.
H, A. HUNTINGXOK,
;deeil-ly sp ' 14 Public Spuare.
Sale of Taluable Lands.
David C. Love et ak v. Alex. Matthews et. als.
i A S-DERECTED BY A DECREE OF THE
fL County Court of Davidson county, at its
..December-Term, IMS, in theabeve eanse. I will
the south end of the
l nn SATURDAY. th
thdayof January. 1837, a certain tact or par,
eel of land belouslnr to the' state (of Amelia
0.oye,.deceased. and described a foUaws, Wi
f-Being LofNo. 10 in tha plan of the dlvlilqn of
casueman's lands, situated about Qs I
Pdlei from Nashville, and near the Ililliboro
uurppiKe nono.- Uatd land is unimproved, bur
uurnptke itoad." Sab
senile and neavily timbered, and contains nyt
TURMS-One-third cash, and the balance on
A credit of ope laodtwoyedrs. with interest treM
i&7 of Sale. NotM with trnonftl fteeuritv ra
quired for the unpaid purcbase-modev, and Hen
Fcuimu. r. u. niuuub, uierx.
NasliTiUo, Female Academy,
A MEETING OP THK STOCKHOLDERS
icL.of the Nashville Pemale. Academy wilt be
f ern on jituitUAi :r7tn day or January, i, si
be office of Judio uleim. in the-Coortheusi.
ior. the purpose- of electing tieven Trustees, lr
tue ensuing year.
1 li n. twiiLiiaiun. rresiucoi
dec!2-td . Board of TrAstees.
BOYB'.S " ADDITION
,A ND C0CKRILL SPRTNQ TRACT. JiyT I
ita. nave a large nnuiDer 01 oeuinai- siunaing-
lits In ilord's AddlUon.' and in tan: Immediate
Vicinity of Coekrill Spring, that wa, will sell pn-
. f atey on liberal term.'
Persip desiring hand-
iomo suburban locations would do well to.gtre;
Qsa calL ANDERSON, JOHNSON A JJJ1IX1I.
deels-lm. ... Agents.
flliJE HOUSE NEXT, DOOR TO
J. OAKTMB H. 0.
'2f Union street,
sacra vmce, 1
dherry st. that aT over due, are hereby Ifiol
that-if thasaae are-not settled tor betaretha
Utb day pf Decetaber. tb.el-will bo sold at
Auction. idecU-lwj I. COIl
TTouhc aiid 1-ot lor Sale.
tiE WILL SELL AT AUCTION 0$ TIIE
VV tirein on MONDA Y, the 17lh inst
lto'etbck. the valuable House end Lot No. 21,
lions 01. me mi win oe given, 1
Term t One-
thiht Cash, balance, one and two
ANDERSON. JOHNSON k SMITH.
Tot- R.-at, '
FINE STORE HOUSE ON pHUffCHgT..
rx. nearineeovueroi vine, now occupied as a
bhoStar9,er tbe eniuteg year. AppIyLo.Oeo.
W. Smith, at the Drug Store oerncr of Chureh;
and Vine slreiti.
Bi B0AI NHl
1DBUBBA5 RESIDENCES FOR SALE.
DM vltB- ffVrfor MV motiri Tu4'nn.lndf.llnM'
1 nf, n m. jma 111.-0. ntntiv tiffwi nn
nouse, witn war d M5iei anu, urea miles.
frnm thf rltr. nn thaHrifiic (TriiiroS PlV.
'a neat rerldence with three or four rooms and
out-Dcuaing. nne. euiem. ana aerei of
ml end la land, on tha Oall tli n Pike, tan mil
irom tne city, uooa orenerus on both r
treat bargalBs, If Imaedlato-'tti'infeflit
en 1 ion Is
J. L.A-K. W.BR0WN. Arinia.
' 35jVaIon street.
Auction 'rfelcr of CH Dtrel.
Dwelling; with Ave rooae. kHehewaad weotj.
SetnLiPaatosv Thu DrnMrty alwan eesaautU
gs 04 t ana, wnp xy.ia Hvaace, aenni
n.adekaowa.t ul ,
A. NELSON iCO.. Agat.
DaLCt i BaBKXS, Auctioneers. deel-lw
TCT?OI.ViAt;K A ItRTAIL, OKVaGIftTS,
(Tbe. Otd of.
.FTEIt HAYKG. JtBETJTKD t-AND
and bavmg thgr
we are again ready to t tb ikc
every arrTeWWdly Ibmd. in a n .
Stock.' " - 8
We bkW te stow a sasi.tfc of
Pare amf FmA Dns, MsIbm,
Stuns, etc, wbieh, ior oiHtr asdivaritj
are nnaarpamed byaj- otfeor MwBafl&fltab
lisbment in the gown try. 4
Tbe great varktj f ftwjwaH and Ae
ncan Faney Goods, FW Sm Teii
Powdara, Pemades, Braabesv EHraeH ete.
-tcomprising in-fH'oestf pxxfa turn. Low A
Son, London; Coudray, 9ciM4 Hvniqe,
and Lnbin bf Park; Bmr md stketxrea.
table American nwnutoetwwM. wlM1 Ws
feund maat ooeaie, n4 fer ImmMc 'ele-
Our aaeortaent of Ce TWtetee
SbeU and Iiory Cowb,. Ptffe' fed ifcwe,
irirrors. And otbw artielrs Af tba '.
being of the latest stykn and t ihe tarn
recent importation,, witl rmipnw vrith hi
of, any bonsa irt-tk8fe. ' -
Great dtUntion pOd lo tUnUtio!
and importation of Bmm. awl Bret03rg8,
And none o thee are a Mowed tg tmt ef the
1 , r 1 . .
A spUndid .seiectMHi, Of Iwperttkftnd
Domestic Qigttrs,,oll,fiBd broad tef 43hJwg
:and Smoking .OtebnoeeH, 0rrett,lsSrtcU
and Mrtccobe Snuff; asri etfJxiiL m
that line, eoartantfj Jn" stosy." ' '.
A moat eatH4iw ami' vftit wimu-Mn'iit,
Of . .1 'Ml' 'I It
tisisUng of rck trow. thft E
brkte4 mannfacWe 0f LWrak, Iwtelil.
and Silk, Grass, Japaaefie, attd 'Oablikid
Line Also, HeeK Rtoboo a(JapaeH
BKli; together witb, eWy tk Hwttiy
fpuud UT.iv.fifVeks estlfobit. z-.
' ! J A large: lot of the wlebrstwl'N? pWnHf
Black' and Pkultatfen TnipePW dtnl r
fltie 'TiLVS' Jnst receivwt . .", , ' ' " ,
pgr- I'resoriptioiis ooapesttded wiHaf
cnraCy by cempetenfaatt expedenHiTMr
nffiefeta; And rbylt mfxn
dopend.on tbe most.iwtire jftfebfliiy iath?
axeeution of Ordw, aH m) hefag war
ranteilas representetT. '" v
STJEPltESS, rifUVh ,
Corner Colleg and UKieEusta.
oor.il-tfp n ..
.. Louisville and. Nashville
... I -e
RAX LB Ov&iS
. aUIOK TIME
T)TU, I)iUIyi .Tlironchw.TrnlivirVItUilnj
Of fVet'Courirctlonsi is i 'Eon tvjtjinr
the EiMt, Went nnd XorthC'
j-il , . TraiosViD rua ta feHew A mm a
.i Ko. I. ' iXoHit.
Leave Nashville M9A1 M ISaWPll
Arrive at tioWlLng Urten, am Ju-H- am
WBST AND jrORIEHi
I i'"' Iffo. I. ICo. 0 No.1.
LeaveI6lsrtM9 1PM 9&I V M fltWA'M
Arrive Ind,nap'n7iW P M
4:15 AM 9ttU.P Jt
Arrive at Indiana pob
. " ' Cteelnnafl
" " Buffafc
" " Pittsliurg
" " BaWmore
" " WashlngtM
1M A M . 4s) PiM
12:20 AM, W r M,
j riew lent
Stmn af U. 3. Mi lHs-e leavt Leub-
villa dally at 10 x. a. ami 4 r. aixivjmgita,
ClucinoaniB time" to take iliy movtKitf traMi
for the East.
; . .. ..-t
d9 ' '
s ir", kctt
K. k. Pause.
MACEY, DRi & WW$
HatlfWare arid (aitlttiftt
.,( ' l Ill" l!
UlipHi ANliirli?rJli!R KHliinll
r l- lll
Mill Materials GenefSU
NpS2 TTpst SltTti I'aWlP SqHam
It " " J'f i.
Guns ! Giiii!
X want m - '
1.' , -.. . 'Mt Ma.'
fmallaare t4ii(rrI Uiiui ,
" 1 , , ;.!
Is lntltl te oursteek, wMdi w h mow tmMuj.,
frein the Ktaaobatntw tn tbtsdaud, Mr waajk..
porUHon,) ttmhtiig W 6tHuiadi by iMfWl
tt'lLLIAM SKKKXKR, ,1-
' '.'H6tririfioift ', , ; 'x " " M-
aad btfaar good maktri. Uitimc Utf ttvtkM Mm
.boToifl Kr, we w aHt (tea liuitniah tu
XACET DRITER iE BRfJV2i, 4 tt
Ne. 311 Wwt Mtk PMi gi.ini.
sep49 3m ip ,
POREIQN AND JMEBtC eRCBIMi
JJ M atonic j.aH)ie, vaaHastrtjil
nx the most attrmetlvn stoek An
'ever offered ia this tsatfeet. Com aud i
. yoa want llK elao goods. Wa A
Coffees, Teas. Flour, Bacms, dmokei as
run. llotatsr. nice. 1. ri-v HtMCiri
Cbscso, Jtacearonl, Lesaons, Orasces.
JSiuea, canned rn
Olives. Pine Annies. Seedleu HaWtat.
rants. Cities. Pros ea. Dates. Oils. Sail
nauin. Almouds. l'eraas, t iue CailMJUaBdr
loyi, fire Crw:, Xerpoe. ete., JHBif
why try to fnsmerittc We have werythtsi;
you want, iresn ana eaeau. ukm taa tca ui
Otrurs sen liar.
tie ewfy fa.
HolHiy Ooeds eari
efeb H res.
AN WHO HAS
.A IQL'NO MAN WHO HS HAD PwURn
yar expajrleatra m tie AMejarr . ,
soilness, both tti Asaerfcan 'Aed Bf
sa, would bs pleased to ate! a- s(taa' -
r in- th elty r aMWtas",
,J. Sed as AdmlautttKit
it UNDKRSTGNBD irAYlW-Wttr?.
it hf te fetal' OtH''
M M-M P it
Mr.;. 10 jreu Kaiay
anauin. .y-awufLA. f-.aa,uausui
ivmewi wv.'wHrrvet acuana
.andiil FraMia.UApMsjfe..v ii,
' 1 !
,.A. R 8aw.)
Mb .gf-r f
enrrii attm.i.i'ii" w, . ,