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wa eniy'-Tepeat the ezpronUns of nsany
patrsni, who are mwt oapabla of Ju.ltflnflu
Tn tho Political Intoresta of
UNION AND DISPATCH, aj hereto
, will taVe the Conilltutlon and lawi for lu;
iruUe; and in the diKOieHtn of all the sew and
mirWate qnettteni and Uiuen arbinz out of the
eitraordlnary nditlon in which the country!
nlaeed. It will alhere to the principle an
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. i.i.huivJ 6nTilieni. we eannot and will na'
t.iltt. Ui -defend the unfortunate -3anth
the aipenicnt and Impotllfsn; hcapeanpo tj
iionple. and arjf'eOiat .Tonnnic anil Richt (ball
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mar bn able to indnee the etUblUhment of
manufMterlos la our mldrt' for our home pro
tate. To this end wo will pay ipeclal attention
tntho4r and statistics of mannfaetaritif.
nd ert ftunwlree to enourapo the divcrstfi--atinn
of Southern induitrioi and the develop
ent f SeutbernTMeurcM.
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lmu inlerett in the markets of the country, and
i. H financial fluetuatione and condition. The
man whe fallf to keep bliiiielf properly ad
voibas tolheriso and fall of the market, as
ntrelled bv the aw of demand aud supply.
uJ the relative rendition of the currency. Is
Miuedto conatant loo. and mutt neeesiarily
nil linbin.l hU were intelligent and onterprisins
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-. well an inUTettinr, we shall continue to
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mih, and our City IteperU, Eutten up at heavy
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ui beat bntiaee wen; while our cuiront Finao
tal Kepnrti from all tho loading uloney centre
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i. r.fiTe rariety ef valuablo hud hterostlnc inat
ir the bet adapted to the farming clanei o(
. ur State, .wbleh will, io a great msaiure. tup
, u the ploTHf a fauiilytagriruliural paper.
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i way into our column! unfit for the peruial
Hi (i uiotheri and daughter! of the land. Depre--aliag
the demoralizing eniatlonallim of many
ontomprary jouroali, we shall eichew that
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uikitor. profcriing to be uieful. rather than.
In rlaw e the neoesittlee of the legal prefe
n. and the general publla Interest attaching
. the many new queetieni earning before our
uJioial tribunali. we will publiih all the Im
portant doetilans ef the Supreme Ceurt, from
uaeial" imureea, whleh may ba railed epos ai
RRDUCTION OP RATES
craUfied at being able to itate that
Tary large iaercue ia the number ef pur
Daily and Trl-Weekly a u Uteri b e rt'en ibl ei ni to'
reduce the priraorenbmriptien ta these edltioni
We do the were cheerfully because the necet
aitiei of the reeple. In the laipoverished condi
tion of our ttriekeo aeetlon, require luch ton
cenaiensaa oan be reait&ablr made in their la
terefta. Frem and aftur tho lit January, there
'SRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION WILL BE
TUI-WEKIH.T . a 00
WET.KXT S 00
And fer iberter perlodfat the tame rates.
y Wo earnettlr appeal to onrfriendi to al
n exUidl&c 3uf wreulatioci aid laliereby la
oreating oar mtrnt of siefumoM. A copy of
paper will be seat frtiaiteuily to asr oaa
ten rabteribtri to either of Jtheedltlcai
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4 ; .TBESAy4JCXB30,li"j
Urt;et Circnlation in Clti and Stale
I MURDER OF MAJ0R3IiNB.
!A ncljbtsrn t AN5Sl!jntJoii-I?Brlica-Iar
Elicited nt te Coxoucr'a In-
qncstj-A Htrance IuVcstlKtUli" ana
a florrlblo MjjttptXi
Thd Hew Orlp&na papers, of the 27lh
Inst., contain preltjr faltteporls of the tea
in!ony eHdtfd Ji "ih 'Coroner in the
aFestigatton of tjnyrsleriQas Hsaasslna:-
tied ml Major BranfcjManer. The SdlU.
of Major Maner
Jraa iefl lylrig in Jhe Mtne place where Tie,
jcil.wjien jroune3).aDjJ jn the same pceir
Uoriifram Thurgdftymrght at 0 lck5lc till
tinFriday tndrningj.when Coroner Brad
ford'found itoonrenleiit lo fUtml to told
the inqneetivntl gwl Imnim .xatainaUon.
The fmstmx9rtai cxflmJnition lijrt)r.-Hire
ftfcwetl that' there. weW twb woanddln tlie
fefl.sideljelween the fiftli and oixth ribs,
6ae wounding the lungi.ind the other
entering the left ventritle' 6f the lieirf,
either or wlrich would cause almost infslant
death. The Bee gtrea the following resume
of the teatimony :
; Yesterday morning Co). P. M. Lnckelt,
of Texas, accompanied by a friend, sur
rendered himself to the Chief of Police,
having understood from the morning pa-
Kra that he wan Bupponed to he implicated
the unfortunate affair, und desiring an
investigation. lie went with the Chief to
the scene of the horrible tragedy, and bore
the air of a man conscious of innocence.
At the restaurant were found Mrs. Mar
garet Jules, with whom Major Maney
boarded, at 1&9 Customhouse street, to
gether with other parties, witnesses or
friend a of Col. L. or the deceased, Tiicrc
lay the dead body of Major Maney, & ghast
ly spectacle, a knife similar to the one with
which. he had been killed beinsr found.on
his person. Tho Coroner, without regu
larly empaneling a jury, proceeded to have
nir rtiaiemenia 01 parura laKen down in
writincr. some of them beinc sworn before.
hand nd others not at ,all at which pro
ceeding,' ex-Judge Robertson, who was
present, protested, declaring his readiness
to testify in a legitimate but not such an
extra judicial manner.
We give the burden of the statements of
le witnesses in the abstract as follows:
Mr. Louis D. Craig stated that he was
the roonJ-mate of Maior Maner: at No; 169
Customhouse street'; that until yssterday
he had not been intoxicated sic-coming
to the city ; but being in wretchedi health,
his physicians advised the use of liquor as
a stimulant; under this advice, ho had
drank, yosterday, to a degree that rendered
him parUally insane; that usually he was'
as mild and gentle in his manners as a
The statement of George Martin, one of
Uie proprietors of the restaurant, and s
nephew" of Victor, is to the effect that Mai
Manev.was in the habit, dnrinc his visits
tvr 'A i . i. ! i" . i? ,'i ' ... . .
luflvicw iVficauS ji uiKiiig uis'meais Rl lllli
place ; that in the course of his visits he
hnjtl run up a small bill ; yesterday he visit
Cdlthc restaurant, in corrpany with a friend
tafprocurc dinner; he was very much in
tbxipatcd, and continually used abusive
arXl insulting language,' lot the' annoyance
Otsoine half a dozen guests, among whom
was uoloncl liuclcett, ot Texas. (Jn hni.ih-
mg his dinner lie called Mr. Martin to
olfargo his dinner to his account. This
Mr. Martin respectfully declined to do,
and insisted on payment in accordance with
the rules of the house. In flammed with
wJne aud highly incensed, Major Maney
ijose from tho table applying to him the
moat offensive epithets. Colonel Lnckelt
and a friend, seated at an opposite table,
becoming disgusted with the language and
demeanor of Major Maney, approached
Mr. Martin and demanded their bill, in
tending to leave the house. The ire of
Major Maney seemed now turned on Col.
Luckett, and several very harsh expres
eiens pasted between them, when Colonel
Luckett left the house and immediately re
turned, accompanied by a dark, heavy set
nian. Major Maney met them as they en
tered the door. Some words passed, some
niowg wero struck, and when Mr. Martin
and others reached the door Major Maney
wsh a corpse.
Col. Lockclt, being sworn, testified
Ihat about 8 o'clock l. M. ne and a friend
wero sitting in the restaurant opposite the
door, when two gentlemen came in. lie
knew neither personally. The taller of
the two he recognized as having seen often,
and now recognized him as the decsascd.
Witness wnt to the oflice to pay his bill
and leave. Deceased went to the office to
pay his bill also, and turning to witness
said, "God d n your mouI, you want to
settle this difficulty" alluding to a xlifli
culty with tho restauranteur. Witness re
plied, "I cannot he a party between yon."
Deceased continued to curee him two or
three times. Witness replied, "I do uot
allow any one to curse me, and if you do
not hush 1 will knock you down." At
this, Capl. Craig, friend of the deceased,
said not to notice him, as he was very
drunk ; that he would arrange the matter
to-morrow. Witness remarked, "Why
don't you take him away ?" Capl, Craig
replied, "I liave tried to do so." Witness
then said, "I will send the police and they
will quiet tho matter." Witness then
Walked ont but did not happen to meet any
policemen ; witness continued his walk to
no. ia jjourhon street, where he rooms,
abd walked on for some twenty five or
thirty minutes. Meeting a party it was
proocd to walk round and see who the
, man was who accosted him in the restau
rant, so abusively. When he . arrival
ihere, lie looked in over tho window and
did not see any of tho parly, or he would
not have gone in. Ueceased, when wit
ness entered, was a few steps in advance of
Capt, t'raig, towards Ihe office, talking ap
parently without anger. Witness did not
hear what was aid and as witness passed,
the deceased put his hand out as if he
wished lo speak to bim. Witness stopped
add deceased using violent oaths, said to
him : "If you take any exceptions to What
! paid, God d n you, I will give you
satisfaction." Witness said nothing till
tho deceased commenced cursing him and
repeated the remark about satisfaction.
Witness caught him by the coat aad re
narked, "Your friend will arrange that to
morrow," and al the same moment turned
and wentiowards the office. Deceased and
the parjy1 with witness were standing near
the ifiiddlo of the room. Witness was
four or five paces away, heard his name
mentioned and turned and saw strike
deceased on the cheek. A scufllo ensued
between them and witness cried out, "let
him alone." They soon separated and
passed out of the door. Witness then
went up to the deceased and asked what
was the matter. Deceased answered. "I
am Blabbed," and witness said, "Sentl for a
Dclor." Deceased then fell out of the
front door, and witness turned and walked
out at the back door. Witness has not seen
since. Witness concluded deceased
was dead when he fell, as he made no
struggle in falling. Witness gave himself
up, after seeing the reports about tbe affair
in the paptrK
Tbo testimony of Air. W. J Hare, as
furnished by the Bulletin, is as follows
W. J Hare ly office is at No. 10 Ca
rondelet street. At half-past seven o'clock
last evening I was at Victor's saloon, Fit
ting at a table eating dinner. As I entered
the room, I saw Colonel Luckett, Mr. Craig,
and a third person wham I did not know,
standing near thedoor.. Colonel Luokett
w very much excited, and said that the
deceased had no manners, or had better
learn some manners. Then he remarked
he would go and get a police officer, and
left the roo'm.'Oraie'taeri said, referrinir to
J fhe deceased, "I dp not know what to do
jrilh Madey he is an intimate friend of
mine." Se asked liim what was the mat
ter. He Said further lb flrnonr? ; .
drunk, anu had insulted Colonel Xuckett,
xreceased Had at this time a very loud dis
cuasion with Mr, George Martin, at the
counter,' and Craig -went up to him and
putceeutfu in paciiymg mm, ana got him to
Bit'down'al a table with him nerrti mtH.
11- i rr.. .
room, x ne aeceisea aDtJeared,
to be very drank. They remained about
nueen or iwenty mlmitea at the table, when
they rose, Mr. CraTg asking deceased to go
home with him, another started to go.
lis uiev rose lojeava- iun tnom.ivtinnni
Luckett -and; the gentleman who killed the
ueceased entered the room. They, met at
Jno center table; the deceased asked Col.
uclcett if he had taken any exceptions to
jWhaL had been aid. Col. ZLnekfilt n
jwered. "l on haye cursed me. air." Th
ueceased replied, in an excited manner.
J -?.0' D7 vpflf i hre llot .cursed y6u, air
which ne repeaiea once r twice. Tb
entleman in comDarJV teith Col. 'T.iiptrprt'lShiariamea.oslrn(o nf SSff onft-fmmNonr
alien Ur& aeceaaen n BOM M r I1 .n,l
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hetfslrufclrhShl htl ,lh ?a r I,o Itaa.ri
With fah ft" irtif 7,a WVTt.' irC.'T
peated the blows twice before wi(na nVw
a knife. Then n-itn nv tn;r. :n
( h huiiu aaa mmi
iiauu, anu saw aim fliantue deceased twice,
ineueceased made no resistance, or said
.Mil..H v. i mi t '
anything whatever. The" knife was one of
those called gimlet knives., when deceased
was first struck with the fiat Tie' slathered
to the window, where ho was slabbed. TT
remained Btanding at the window almnt
onommute, and aa Mr. George Martin
Ollered him a ehair, fell out of tho door on
the uoor into the hal . The. man wbn
stabbed the deceased stood where he stabbed
him, and witness heard Uol. Luckett remark
that it was horrible, or something to that
effect; whereupon witness told Col. Luck
ett, that the man was coinp-to die. After
this Col. Luckett went in the back mrt of
tne room anu the assassin went out of the
front door, both very rapidly. Witness
men went outside and called the police ;
they came over, and he described (o them
ttie fugitive. Witness did not seo Colonel
Luckett any more in the room after he
walked to the rear of the room.
Wit nesa describes tbe murderer aa being
a man of five feet seven inches, had a dark
complexion, mousiacue and goalee, trim
med and jet black; and witness thinka he
had a checked linen coat and felt hat on,
vui uoes not rscoiiect me color, lie was
of rather stout appearance. Wilne thinks
he will recognize the man again.
The deceased never spoke a word or
made any resistance after being struck, and
had nothing in his hand during the whole
affair. The attack commenced about three
or four minutea after Col. Lucket and liia
friend came in.
, The JPlcayune's report of the evidence
idipwa that Col. Luckett went to (hejestau
rnt "in company with a friend of hi'a, a
notary on Gravier street," but the name of
this friend ia suppressed "at the request of
the authorities." The Picayune's report of
Col. Luckett'a statement before the Coroner;
contains the following :
He (Col. Luckett) was absent about twen
ty five minutea, when ho returned a.second
timn to tho restaurant, still in company
with his friend, to h&o if the disturbance
had ended. As he entered the room, tho
deceased again spoke, to him renewing his
S'"ers of "satisfaction." Without pausing.
1. Luckett advanced towards the clerk's
deak; but when near tbe middle of the
room, heard liis. name mentioned, and,
turning, saw hia friend, slap the deceased.
yv?W.l the faco j a acuffla ensued,-,
dnd by the time ho. reached them, the fatal
thrust with the kqife had ieen given. His
friend immediately passed through the
door into the street. He remained, and .
hastening to the assistance of the deceased,
asked if he was hurt.
"Yes, slabbed I" was the reply.
. Col. Luckett then called out, "put him in
a chair and give him some water," but be
fore his request could be complied with,
the wounded man reeled into the hall and
fell a corpse on the floor. Col. Luckett
then left the place and went to his board
ing home, lie was not aware that he waa
implicated in the homicide until he read
the announcement in the morning papers.
His only motive in concealing the name of
hia friend was that delicacy of feeling
which any honorable man could have in
being placed in such a predicament.
Tho testimony ot Colonel Luokett, .aa
reported by both tho See and Picayune,
shows that hia fnend, whoao nnmo is sup
pressed, did the killing. In tho faco of
this toatimonv, tho Picayune makea this
Up to five o'clock the person who inflict
ed tho Btaba had not been arrested. What
waa said or done by the deceased, that
oroucntiuia temuie vengeance nnon him.
oi course no one Knows, save upon one hV'
-r -, " .
i-oiuujiB. mo man wno aiu tne deed is a
Mexican. He has been prominently identi
ueu witu tue reyolulionary movements
which have recently disturbed that counfrv.
and, it ia said, waa a prime mover in the
filibustering expedition leaving that coun
try for itMbjective point. Thia movement,
it will be remembered, was recently be
trayed, by some unknowu party, to the
United States authorities. It is now Baid
that Major Maney waa Ihat party. Under
these circumstances, it is not surnrisimr that
the fiercest resentment of tho Mexican was
stimulated against him. Supposing this to
ue true, it will not astonish any one that,
meeting tho man aa he did last night, it
took very little to inflame hia anger to actu
Thia story is very improbable. Major
Maney was not tbe man to have exposed
the secrets of Ihe filibustering expedition,
if they had been confided to him. It may
be verycivenient for Col. Luckelt that
the surmise set afloat by the Picayune
Bhould gain credence, for he has certainly
played a very strange part in this horrible
affair. The Ptdlctin gives tho result of
the investigation as follows:
The jury of inciuest found a vereicl to
the effect that deceased came to hia death
by stab woundd inflicted by . One of
the five jurors found Col. P. M. Luckelt
Coroner Bradford concluded thereunou
to commit Col. Luckett to prison unon this
opinion of the juror.
The affair thus strangely investigated,
and so mysterious in its perpetration, haa
created no little sensation. The name of
the principal in this killing ia suppressed,
the evidence having been taken with closed
doors, in order, perhaps thai the guilty
parly may not be put on his guard.
It is a curious illustration of the morals
of tbe Radical party in Memphis, that the
Chief of Police, Judge of the Criminal
Court, Judge of Ihe Municipal Court,
Judge of the County Court, and President
of the Board of County Commissioners, are
malignantly trying to get each other in-
icted lor high crimes and sent to State
prison. Paris Intdligmctr June. 27.
The Drouth. With a light rain a
week ago, the weather continues dry, the
ground not having been wet for six weeks.
Gardens are suffering, and the oats crop
will be materially shortened. Some corn
is injured in its growth, but the early
planting, and that upon good ground is
doing well. There never was a better time
-to save wheat. -UeMinnvSU Enterprut,
As several days, last week, were the hot
test, for the time of year, of any within
the memory of the oldest inhabitant, so
several days of (he present week' have
been correspondingly cool. Woolen a have
been all the wearBtrii 'RltUlgaicrr,
NASHtHiM 'C' Ttr4l rtriTE Jib,,; jsesj
T&B Jlcrchanls' yntlounl Bank Closed
, Xestprtlar-Parlicnl.irs of the toL-
-lftjise, nml What Eronbt It Alioatj
1 JSrom tho Xlemphts Aralanchiv Jne'SSi
v SuipicieU that all was nofcTight has
reated upon the Merchants' National
JBank for edoae rhiinili a'rfd h frira nf
sue institution-, nave been very-"Eenerally
aiaen38MirinnWi nln rA4 frt n0r1tf a
IV . . 1 . r-. J -
I 'weeic past, wngciaur as it was well known
ithat a Jyrix-eyed acent of tha envernment
wa8 in the city for the jjnppoaed purpose of
inYesiigaiwgf,ine delays of its. manage-
iUL-ut sou operations, in tne AvalancAe
Pi yesterday brief reference was made to
the matter -for the first time Jt.raa luTn
stated, th'at.m meeting of tliri l)imf.tnrS wan
'liejdj'ridayj evening, al wBicbevervtbinir
e' alight ihat very .satf sfactoryvarrani? o-
.1.-1. - . -
imeuU .w.erer made .for "rilnnin'g the.
iushldne " through safely; Largo sum of
Mv.uBj-si 33 aaiuT.wero pianicea down ty
1 nflfr. Kifnrrthi'niT IaaVa lnnal T l
u, r . . o. . "I"- -n
u . , "j -"& -yov
it!ertn .nnirrnna nffi.la ..1-1
- l a. dav or tiro nrevioiil - wprA.-roinrni1
a .ww v vw-vw nuutu i
na.uue, ny express, aaturday morning all
would be right after all. and -about the
I l . . e i . t -. . . ,. . M . .
ciose oi oanK nonra inuay tne otucials of
me bans were in a state, of the
were in a state of the most
ecstatic enthusiasm overtheir rejuvenated
Jiut all was not deatined to be aa lovely
as the omcers fondly expected. General'
HTM, 1 l. .. k' . I
ifiuuu, mo ujuh eisminer reierreu to
above, had become satisfied that the affkira
of the bank were rotten, and that the ria-
.tion.il banking law had been disregarded in
aeariy every particular, lie sought an in
terview with the Directors soon after their
meeting, and in a few tninutea effected a
wonderfnl changenn their ideas wilhtregard
to tne institution, .rractical demonatr.i
lions of facta and figurea convinced Uipsa
gentlemen .that they had viewed the man
agement and operations of the bank through
u giaas uaruiy. uie result waa another
draw on the bank yesterday morning, thia
l . .1 . " mi .. .
iiiue iruin tue uireciora. .uv ten or eleven
o ciocet, ao persistent waa the demand, it waa
.. . .. - .
lounu neceaaary to suspend payment. In a
Iitllo longer, bv reaueat of the Directors.
uenerai n iiaon waa in possession of tho
keys; hooka, etc.. belonging to tho inalim.
"l twrt . '
lion, and had made an order of liquidation.
vnr reporter caned upon- the oflieera
about thia lime for information, and waa
Bsaured that the bank, waa all richt: that
tnare waa money enough to nav denomtora
t . . . . .
and. that even stockholders would be all
right ; that in fact there waa no necessity
for closing the bank. Furthermore, a R.itiK-
factory statement wonld be furnished the
press during the day. The statement, as
promised, did not come to hand, so our re
porter waa compelled to seek other sources
of information, with results aa detailed
above, and aa follows :
ueu. Wilson found no cash on luml nn
taking poaaeasion, and nothing to the credit
of tho concern with other banks or corre
spondents. Paper amounting to about
$300,000 had been sent to Now York banks
at diflerent limes to raise monfev on. all
credited and discounted to the Merchants'
National Bank, and .now maturing. This,
of course,, will return protested and bo a
liability of the collapsed institution, which,
added to tha amount dne depositors savr
$150,000 to$200,000. aa variously estimated
will make the gross liabilities of the
bank: about $500,000. As for assets, in ad
dition to the paper in New York, tbe bank
baa here about f 400,000 in paper, at least
half which is under protest or nastidue.
Thns.tho as3etatre apparently $700,000 in
paper, good, bad and indifferent, of which,
at -a fair (estimate, about twenty-five per.
cent, is all that can be collected in these
disjointed timr" From this statement the
reader may ju Te of the chances of de
positors and stockholders. The depositors
caught by the failure were mostly heavy
ones and few in number, the small ones.
who generally make most noise, havinir
been paid, with few if any exceptions.
The heaviest? sufferer by the. collapse will
no tho Metropalitan .Bank of Hew York.
in lact tue weight ot the failure is very
largely in New York, and will be felt here
only as affects our credit and the depositors
to whom we have made reference. Such
is a general outline of tbo affairs and pros
pects of tho Merchants' National Bank.
gleaned from semi-official sources sinco
writing the paragraph which anneara at the
head of our commercial colnmna.
Important Entcrprlso I.luo ofNtonm
era between Xorfollc nml Liverpool
Political Weather ami Crops.
Correspoi flenco of tho Union and Dispatch.
BnisroT., Testn., June 25, 1SG3. The
people ut thia point, and especially the
cities east along this line of consolidated
railway to Norfolk, are very much inter
ested over the proposed enterprise of es
tablishing a line of steamers between Nor
folk and Liverpool. Ihns establishing a di
rect trade between tha South and Europe.
Tho voice of tho presa South since tha pro
jection of the enterprise baa so far been
encouraging; sufficiently ao to give the
projectors of thejehemo sanguino hopes of
success, ino meeting, which ia to be held
in this place uext month, will give the en
prise tangibility. Some of the most promi
nent commercial and business men in Vir
ginia have signified their purposo of being
present on that occasion. Gen. Mohone,
President of the consolidated lino, aa well
as President Brannor, of the East Tennes
see and Virginia road, indorse the measure
and commend il to public consideration.
The plan for raising tho funds neceaaary to
put into operation such a line of steamers,
ia so practical that the enterprise is sure to
be ono of an available nature, notwithstand
ing the pecuniary embarrassments of the
The projectors of the enterprise propose
that the line of steamers consists of three
large and substantial vessels, to cost al
least from $750,000 to $900,000. To raise
this sum of money they propose to organize
a stock company from the friends of the
enterprise, suffering no stock to be sub
scribed except from good and solvent par
ties. Whenever tho stock subscription
reaches the sum of one million of dollars,
then issue the bonds of the company to the
amount of the cost of tbe vessels, say from
$750,000 to $900,000, said bonds to mature
in Liverpool at the end of ten years, bear
ing a rate ot six per cent, interest annual
ly, tho inlerftit on such bonds payable at
the aame place semi-annually in gold.
Having i&ucd the bonds procure the in
dorsement of the railroad companies that
are directly interested in the success of the
project, giving them k lira, both upon the
slock list and the vessels purchased, which
is couBiuereu as ample security.
bucu bonds as those, issued by a com pa-.
ny operating upon such abasia, would com
mand a lance premium over our ordinary
Slate bonds ; in fact, they would sell above
par aa against our currency, ior tne reason
that they will be well Becnred, and at ma
turity paid in gold, as well aa all interest
accumulating on them, and at a point (Liv
erpool) where all freights are to be paid.
Should this enterprise succeed it will con
tribute much toward Ihe development or
thiaconntry It will have the direct of
drawing trade and immigration South in
stead of North. A healthful immigmlioc.,
such as tho German population, is what
our depopulated and waste country needs.
Everything, eyery enterprise, looking io
the building up of ovrencu pecuniary losses
Bhould be encouraged.
ArrutucniBo campaio, etc. k.
Much interest is felt in Eist Tenne&wa
in reference to the pending canvass for the.
Presidency, Andrew Johnson is tbe choice
Of tbe masses as a ireneral thing. The-
story" published by the correspondent of,
ville the first of this month, to tha ef
fect that Andy Johnson had no friends
.in East Tennessee is- all JbasE ( Brownlbw
womd mate this impression upon "the pub
Jic mind through partisan new'spaper cor
ppndenb', in order to bolster up hi3 own
i0!?."?3 reputation. Jo'hnson's popular
?lX'J? Lh" own counrV fl.too well-known to
.be'discredited. H r-jin'-wrpia .tr. f .
..J. . . ' u ... ,-
1 1 , V ' . ""occ, luia poriion at least,
'thffl-feymau in it, "Olu FrocSot ex-
BPiep. unr miserable did abortion of a
fovernor fears the rphtvn nf tiin "rni.
;traitor to the Republican party" to Ea$t
' 'duv weatuek-
I ihAaeason 13 pronounced A drouth in.
thwAmmediataBection of cbuntry:; have"
3hadi.no raia for aaveral weeks. Wheat
'lint., M II 1 i .
wnu rmaii, anu oaia very snort, uar-.
denS and emu fialrla linml nn Vn. -
the weather has been pleasant, cool
aiu. gracing UBSERVEK. . -
xaK INSANE I JCPOIITANT xVAW.nCv
Al the recent-session of- the Association
I .: -.. ITi. r..l r r . ..
i. r..a.u.uii ui nuici
i luaii.iiuapuaia ior tne insane tha Riibiivt
JJ - xuoauu, jne BUDieCl
!ortt Keie"l law for delehniDiir tha-felF
relations of tho partially inasW waa dis-1
cuased at .considerable length. Aa finally'
agreed upon and unanimously. adopted by
the Association, the following ia a complete
and condensed summary of tho proposed
general law. The object of the prepara
tion and adoption of thia project ia tohave
somo authoritative expression of tho views
of tho Association' for uae and reference
in cases where any change or modification
of existing laws ia deemed desirable or ne
cessary Insane persona may be placed in a hos
pital forthe insane by their legal guardians,
oy tneir reiaiivea anu menus in case
they have.no guardians, hut never without
tbe certificate of ono or more responsible
physicians, after a personal examinatipn
made within one week of the date thereof :
and thia certificate to be duly acknowledged
uiium nuuic iuuiiauii or juuiciai ouicer,
who shall certify to tho genuinenes- of the
signature, and of the respectability of the
Insane persona at largo mav ba nlaced in
a hospital or other proper place of deten
tion Dy oruer oi a Magiatrate, who shall
have investigated the case and shall hvn
had presented to him a certificate of insan
ity signed by one or more respectable phy
Any high judicial officer ma v be petitioned
in writing by any .'respectable person for the
commitment of any person requiring re
straint on tueir own account or that o
others, and the case shall there be invest!
gated and decided upon by a commission
appointed uy thia ouicer, and conaiating of
mree or lour persons, inciuuing at least one
physician' and, one lawyer. The written
statement of some friend or the nartv sa
confined that he fa losing hia health, or
naa ao lar .recovered Ihat ho can safely be
uiscnarged, snail cause a judicial investiga
iiou oi tne case, and a decision in accord
ante with that investigation.
Auy uigu juuiciai omciai may Da Deti
tioned in the aame wav as mentioned in thn
preceding paragraph, Or by the officers of
. i T . . i r - : .,
a uusijii4i, IOr aa investigation oi tne case
pi a person conhned in an insane hospital
and believed by the petitioner or hospital
Vjfficera to be worthy of hia liberty; and
the cam shall beaded upon by such a com
mission aa provided for in the preceding'
...... t. rri
I'ui.igiujiii. iiirac examinations, However,
Bhall not be made oftener than ,once in b'ix
f aoni&a ln.thffsama cape, and pot within
. he first six rhonlha of'the person's ' Vesi-
denco in an: asylum'.
t The relatives or friends who have placed
a person in nnv nimlnm ran romna
i ' -- --- j j -." . ui j i - itiai.
j person, and persons placed them by the or
! dcr of a Magistrate can be removed in the
j Paupers can be placed in insane asylums
. i ... t .t . .
i iij uiuuiuqmi auinoruics, supported, as in
j omer cases, oy meaicat certihcatea, and
the sama authorities can secure their dis-
I charge or release,
, InBane persons shall not be maderesnon
)uble for criminal acts in a criminal suit
unlesg such actsshall be proved not to have
been the result, directly or indirectly, of
insanity, inaaae persona snail not be tried
for any criminal act during tho existence
r .i .- ? i f .... ..
pi tueir insanity, anu ior seining, the ques
tion of such alleged insanity, a Judge shall
appoint a commission of three or uvo per
sons, all of whom shall bo physicians, and
one, if possible, an expert.
Persona acquitted in a criminal suit on
the ground of insanity, shall bo committed
by the court to some place of confinement
for safe keepingor treatment, and ahalj he
discharged by the order of soma Judge of
me supreme uourt. in cases of homicide
or attempted homicide, however, no dis
charge shall be made unless with the unani
mous coneent of tile Superintendent and
Managers of the Institution where ha has
been placed, and the court before which he
Persons manifestly suffering from the
want of proper care or treatment may be
placed in some hospital for the insane, at
the exprnso of those legally bound to
maintain him, by order of any high judi
Judges of Probate or other officers with
similar power, may be petitioned for the
guardianship of insane persons, and such
guardianship may be granted upon tho
satisfaction of that officer that such a meas
ure is necessary.
Insane persons shall be wade responsible
iu a civil suit for any injury committed up
on persona or property, with due reference
lo pecuniary meaua for covering damages,
and any mitigating circumstances.
The contracts of the insane shall not he
valid, except for articles of necessity or
comfort suitable to the means or conditions
of the party, or in cases where the other
party had no reason to suspect any mental
Wills may be invalidated on the ground
of the testaior's insanity, upon satisfactory
proof thai he waa incapable of understand
ing the nature and consequences of the
transactiou, or of appreciating tbe relative
values of properly, or of remembering and
calling to mind all the heirs-at-law, Or of
resisting all attempts to substitute Ihe will
of others for hia own, or that he entertained
delusions respecting any heira-at-law, cal
culated to produce, unfriendly filling to
W. 0. COLLIER,
Wholesale .iiul Itetnll llcalcr
AR.VOI.rr.N WKITIXG rlBID,
copying isif, rro.
iLso, Denn.ToET res Tan
American Bible Society,
axd ioscT tor rax
rUKinYTKUIAK COMMITTEE OF
Done In the ntatatt aadjatcit style At short
XO. 10 TWIO.V 'STREET,"
. . - '. s -st - '
; Between College and Cherry street.
, , ... , - n . i - .-.
T 3G I 3tf E S S'E
W&W & BEIGfiS,
QINCK THE DESTRUCTION ,OP OUR,
kj it oric
Shops In Juno lasC wa h&va rebuilt
our establishment, put Nev Machinery of tha
latest stvlo and improved anility, enabling us
to oner td the trade, at uakati x kkuuuki
iKKiUha, the following articles of our own man
uiaetnro, oi tne moatsupcnorquiuty ana unun
caht as, ivitouo irr v tAWto,
, BUM. TONGUES,
COTTON . S CU.VP E HH,
if - g ' . ft . F . 1.11111:11,
faJCETIYATOKS, ' " -
Knllroml nml Uitrdeu lYfteelbnrroiva,.
Etc.. Ebi. Also.
In endless variety, consisting in part of
UK ASS AND IKON JUOVNII J1UCKEIN,
cnritNS, latest styles
WASH TUBS. TOOT TCBS,
ICEEI.EUM. WATER CANS,
PAILS, SUGAR CANS,
BISCUIT TABLES. NOOfllNS. PECK. HALF
PECK AND BUSHEL MEASURES.
Also: tho celebrated MOTH PK00K CKDAR
OAS TI N G-S
ituiiiAMV iyakk or me uwu superior
Ity ana unisn. WAtlUN BOXES, C
we are tho sola manufacturers of 7.. WARD'S,
irA. Hi ..,.: ...i .... . . .... i (r.v
nu oruors in any uwmity. ,-
We have on hand Routrb. I) reuse.! anil Broken
, . fcu. w.kmuKi auu HIU 'l pj.jii Ull III
Stoae. which wo offer at unusually low rates.
uur worn guaranteed in all pasos.
Wo are still enlarging our Work Shops and
addlnc .Machinery. Wo have now a Inn-n
i'oundory. well stocked with Patterns, and tha
uest niacuine onop wosioi ins mountains, ami
offer and proposo to do ALL KINDS OK MA-
uHltiK WUKli. such as JIII.I, VvOItH,
ENGINES. ANI OTHF.lt KINDS OK
MACHINERY. We are alio preparod to do
all kinds of Caslinirs and" other wort-'. AT
LOWER RATES THAN CAN BE DONE
P.S. We havo added additional force to our
Cedar Ware Factory, and havo a large stock nn
hand. Wo havo heretofore been unable to fill
WARD & Kit If J OS.
feb2 tf (il., (J.. S.AT.1
FATMAN & CO, . :,
Cotton and Tobacco Factors
. General Commission Merchants;
E. O. VAN RIPER, General. A pent,
EVAN9TILLE, IND. '
MESSRS. TH03'. PAUKES
NASHVILLE. TENN .
Are authorized and prepared to Krant liberal
casn auvances on sninmnnti nt rnirnn rnhwi
.andall KinJsnl frodnio consisned tons.
fobSm I ATM AN t- CO
TO STOCK RATRKKS.
A Splcudid Chance for rnruiiiiiout,
Two Thoroughbred Stallions
One Thoroughbred Brood Mare.
rpHE RENOWNED RACE HORSE WHfRT.
" WIND; the thoroughbred Stallion JIM
HILL, and the celebrated Raco Maro ANN
iiiiAoa. ido auovo weir-KDown tbnrougtibrcd
stock will be on exhibition, and FOR SALE, at
u u . . uiiui ..nuimi .ill. u. OUUIU "1 1 1 U J( O
Ptroot until May 23d. For pedigroe and per-
lyruiunces goo circulars, or call at No. 0, Houtti
i-piiego Bireot, JKKKl WAIlKKS
Nashville, May ICtb, 18C8 lw
a fc 20 NORTH COLLEGE ST.,
Ojxwite Sewanee House,
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED ONE
tha mostcompleto utocks of
rything in our line, ever Lrou2
market, all of which is of the ytrv heal make
and finish. Persons wishing to pursbaxe are re
ap ectfullyinvited to exaininoour fx tensive sloik,
as wo will guarantee to sell at u Low rates at a
Ural-rate article can bo purchased ia the city; but
we wish it understood that nu da not ilmh-n
coming in competition with any Furniture that
is notoi tne very nest uiaxe and nuuli. We
guarantee every artiele sold by uh.
T.T Y A R B RO UG '
Qrocer and Comiui8sion Merohaut,
AXV ifKiLKR Iff
All Khifl.rt of Produce;
NO. 24 SOUTH f 'OLbltUK STKRKT,
HAS ON HAND A LARUE STOCK OF
Flour of varisu' brands; Bum.
Lard, Corn Meal, Potatoes. llrMeriu ad
N. B.Oosh, or Groceries al r-nh prices, paid
No. at South Oellejto street.
Iiiforinatioii iu IT. H. (Jircuit
Court, 3IId. I)1m. Tonn.
APRIL TtiRM. lsii.
No. 10H -United State vs. fourteen buttls
Reetified Whisky. ,
CfTnEREAS. Tl McP. SSIITH. ESQ.. AT-
torneT iif the United StllM far uniil TIU.
trict, has filed his information in said Court, en
behalf of the United State, and of nil nftrsona
concerned, against fourteen barrels rectified
V hlskr. (Linden A Thomas reooted owners.) al
leging, among other thisgs. that said spirits were
sailed as forfeited to the United blatee, fur the
causes in said tnCumatiun alleged.
How, therefore, in obedience td tbe mention
of the Court, to me direeted aad delivered. 1 ds
hereby giro public, notice tn all pawns claus
ing said property, "or knowing or baring any
thinr to say why the tAtne should not he i .n-
demced as forfeited, sod that they be aad ap
pear oeiore saia L-iri-uu uourt. to be HMUeu la
the Federal Court Room, m the Capitol at
Nashville, Tenneuee, on tfir 2ttt tiny r
Jlino,lS63.atl0 o 'el oak i.H , then and theie
td interpose their claim.
Junl211t M- M- V T.
Middle District of TcniicHHCn.
rpHE UNDERSIOND HERI-BI VIVOS
x notice ef bis annetatmenf as aasifnee of
Jno. is. r.verett, ol Nashville. ad S. S. HalP
9Ui Civil Ltmriit, both 0 the eeunty of Pand-
son and Stat of Tennessee, within said Di. .
trict. who hare been wguitjeid b.kiupU apofl
k.t I Aa V.w Ik'. - fLa XT
ry BMV Mtrei WUU V
A. a. (.11AD1IOL lift K. Assignee
mySlawJt Office. 8l"i Church street.
PEICE FIVE CENTS.
Commercial Insurance Go;
: O-fPICE, S3. NORTH COLLEGE ST.
T7IRJK AND. MARINE RISKS TAKEN AT
jki iair raier, ana losies promptly paid.- -.
a. V. il IUKS, Secretary. maris 6ra'-it;
I iu O. TARUQSCfcsVr.
,.. liitarpHt Alio it e4 on Dojioslt
C Q fj L'E'b TTO its ' MA D ft,
Aud a General Banking Business
Exi'tinnire on London. Dnhlln and
nil pirts of Germany for tmlA,
Tbo Uisruettt Price nnltl tor OnliL
niivor. ijmu warrant. uoTernmnns
Securities, Com.ionnil Interest Notes,
Slrtto aud Comity Bonds aud Kali.
rorul Stocks Boncht and Sold.
Tli m Vabv lll.h..l ...t.I
Kontntrn Unit It Motes.
Dnvldsott ConutT Jury Tleketn
Exchange on New York, Cincinnati,
i.4iiihviiici(iuu noiuiiun ior ani.
KLINE & SHERMAN
Landi'oth's Garden Seeds:
DKEEU'S FliOWEIt SEEDS.
White I.cutl mid
Wo buy largely from manufacturers only.
r rices reasonable.
KI.IIVE & 8iiEHcaiA,v,
No. US Church ttreoi. Nashville.
S. G. BLACK,
tNO. Ui NORTH MAiRKET STREET,
has BgrnssiausD uia
With a now outfit ef HORSES.. BUGGIES,-
jiAiiuutiirAeic, H; anaoncrs to tno puouo
.tho fastest and showiest4 turnouts to bo had in
tins city. Ilorsoa and Veluelos furnished at tha
norteet notice at all Hours..aniLon terms suited
1U.IUD IIU1H0. . . . .
a . . I .
-ff-'llSring of every klnHMITtid trrordor,
S. -HXJMSDEN & GO.,
IHIDES, .OILS, LEATHER"
findings, Curriers1 Tools,
wo. i bull Iu MAKKKT STREET, No. W
Third National Banlk
W. W. BERRV, M. BURNS,
.llill M K'lhk'MiN unit a n mil if j
fi . ' C IIA 8. K. U I LL Kl A N,
nan ii r Miiir.li, -KUiHiJnt'vuiJt'Kii.
ALEX. FAL L'S ESTATE.
RALS IN EXCIIANOE. OOLD AND SIL
J J ver and Uoverninent SecuritleD.
Drafta drawn In iuiqj to suit on London. New
lorK. new ur leans. Uin.mnat .Mt l.mil. r.n I..
yiiie, iii urn lints, eir,
IU 40 bunds always on band for
EDUAR JONES. Cashier.
JOHN KIRKMAN. Viee Prertlent
Hat3 and Furnishing Goods
At Ul Nm tli lierry Nlrcct.
i r a visa just rbtijrned from the
East, where we have sleeftsi wtfh
eare an entire now and eteganLstnek of
Ifitlx und Gfiitft' EnrnlHliliiir UuihU.
uroi arivl to offer aa full ami mm.
pltte a line of these 0uds as was ever brought
Oar Hal Dppnrliiieiit rimprUei all tbe
novelties that have been i&trodugej this aeasen.
as wen as a iuii line ei Bi AniBt
In I'urnlsUliiir UoodH. nothinr will Lk
round wandar that Ihe mivit fmtKlinm iv.ul.l
d wanlt&g that Ihe won rattuijous eould
'i Shlrtwhich U so weTrknownehero
It neoU no eomineut. and will be supplied
l, Mialom... ailtia. fun Ik. L. ...
to our customers either from tha stock or Iitsi.b-
style and quality. W
inent of rnthrflliiN
eiai omer. on me snnrtent notice, made In
e also bars a full assort-
iiN and wulklni; Caitev,
of tbe most beautiful designs, to all o
il deeiras. ta all of vhleh we
invite tbe attention of our friends and the tmh.
lie generally, fealing confident that we can rive
satisfaction in variety, quality and prire.
apri ti um r iv wui.r.
BUY AT HOME.
UNDHR8K1NED. BKINd IULLT
S.ire.1 fer laaaafaaturinz fineli,
lllntl. IstrVle and out. Pivot ar.d
Stationary Slat. Framex of every description.
urackeu, Lor o lees, plain and ornamental.
iMantelnieces. Mouldings of all kinds, llasa
Rimnl.'. Flooring, Poplar ami Pine Ceiling
Plank. Weatherbeardinr. asd Uallillnr Utn.
TUt.centrally. AUo. Builders and Contrentur'.
All at al low rates as can be imported or eqnsl
quality. Bend orders. Punctuality and dis
patch are our bullae creed. USee abd Fac
tory adloioiBgNtuhvllla and Chattannege, Kail
raad Loeoootlve Shops, Cedar street, Nashville,
TDUI11VI1.1.I: A A U1.C1IKK
PEANTEKS' HANK NOTEH.
TN ACCORDANCE WITH AN ACT OK THE
X Oeneral Assembly of the State ef Tenne-nee,
aotiraved December 12. Wfi. entitled an t r..
expeiiite the distribution of the eSTeetn nf Banks
wbteh have or may make aiirtiaient iini,..
their credlUrs," notice is hereby given to the
holder of tbe note ef tha Planters' Bank e
Tennessee So present thrm to the undersu-ned
new and tbo first day of January. 1S9, or they
mil UH IVIC) BI UUI9U.
,. tta D. WRAVRR Trustee.
lT. dAwtirjaol IU
Mldtllo DiHtrJot ot Tcnucfifloc.
TO WJlOM-dT MAS CONOERN.
rpHE ONDERSIUNE1 HEREBY GIVES
-- notice of his amsintment n Aulinm af
the estates of 4. Hi Weak and JoeFW New-
berrv of Stosrert atontii Hit at r.nuin.
within M dltnV,' -Si ri,... tLslf. ST Zl
bankrapu upn their own uetitions. bv thJU-
t- a - r. r ' '
IflCi UVUlL OJ 1AHA UCll
DaUd -barer, Tentu, Ma
AkkjPH o f tha. . coaatryjhoatd ro to iUi
JLjfxr je J?OXTC X
... J I.
With tha wall trladjaad'rallahU
' W. X
THOMAS, Viro PrMlUaat.
JOSEPH; NASH, Secretary.
2&a-ip. I l- t
.1 ! r
- ' a. aonBaiiTH
. L. yf.
.' i"- x - t - 'y. .:
.' AND" -Hie r
r.j-. ?. s kcee-'i mi - '.
i. 4., i 'i . t&: -in
Manafattarefa of; pqrheaiig
;Rlug, Fine Cut and; Smoking
r1rinii; S s
IH BOND, 0R? TAX 117
j ' ' h C0NTANTLY 0flnAIfD.v 1 -
MVbi d Maim Street
! FRESH CtIt0.0EIll!ES-!'
No. tt North ColieRO St.,
(SueeeMor to Weakley & Tsrbregb,i
fS JUST IN TKECKIPT OK A. FKBSiL
l 01 UrocoClal and Libusrs. WnsTlt
tObhtb. New Orleans Brown Sugr.
U " T' Clarified " ,
2U0 baca ebolca Kin OflfTaa? W I
i (a bbli and half bbls Nc 0AIoUie, , ...
ii i i owen Byrup.
25 " 0rushcdoar.
S ' Powdered tinsrar.- - . t -
ODJ Atacicerai, assorted,
100 bflits Soau.
2U0 " Star. Candle.
1U0 " Stareb.
.K -sin .
100 " Com Or.ter..
! " Frosh Pmr-liM
W raska Soda.
iui ooies eoda, I U papers.
10 gross If tiinwel' fwsinKe (5nTe.
1"0 boxes diddle' ChewlBir TsbaeM.
3J , ' Smoking Tbai,
10 bbli Chewing Tobacco, lu bstk.
100 " Painted Biisbeli.
lm Caddie asserted Tea.
w ooxe diustaru, assorted ts.
U Rumford'a Veiut l'owdtti
10 bbls Illaekinir.
25 case RieharJson's Matahaa. .
1(10.000 Cigars, vorlous brd. A '
iiu uois magnolia iour.
tO bole Cheese,
ALSO-Splee. Pepper, OlDger.MaJJec iMdl-
go. candy, yaney Soap. Nutniegs. MU. WTali
ping Paper. Pepper Sauee, Wines aad Llp
All of which wilt be tvll cheap foreash only
tt. 1.. WEAUI.KY.
No. 6f.0Wlege;it -
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No, 58 Gollogo Street
HA4 JUIIT RETURWKD VftOM w)IIVv
Vork. and htl io stvre. at
POPUXA R ,lK.LOH.
all the naw style of fabrfc ef the e4."lU
calls particular attention tu bt tk M .
Dreu Ooods fur W.IV,D, !,.
Wlka aod OrenailSe. " '
Figured Lawns aad Liaca Caabiiesit
ifournlng 0'wxls. la variets.
White and Colored PIum .-.
Lace and KmVii-.l."r(i uiLjj.-
Spring Shawls, in great ranlL ,
L.isie and Utin ilttsiery. great vrlr
Alexandre's Kid OUveaj etc. -
tojrethtr with trrtry thlajf mtHr kH aSft
clw liryroedf etUtfUffbtatet., 4 t PtlM
nvmvS' f ,b 9W7- $
T WOULD RBSPKCTPULLY INFORM Ot'R
X eld eusumsrs IbatX have Jajt-rftturiaM frm
the East, with a beautiful stock of UILEI
NKHY GOODS. eoBiUtlng of all tha nev
sbapei aad style of MIStratrar ami ranc.y
IloanetM and lla, Paris Flowsnit Bib
bona and Gs-nasuental Good for Bassets,
and at prices as low a ewld be afforded Sail.
Having purchased onr-s toe St frotsthe Out
and Packagt Uaose. we aa (ivajraoa.bargaisi
No. 133 Ciiurch at rect,