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lr. 3o. II. 3IntucTV8, of "Edgefield, Is ur
MllhaTfMd RSltit to receive and receipt for Die
Ol'It OUTSIDE IAES.
Ptcsr I'Jiwt. Th Oere)tl Convention and
Uk VrvMant A4stnd Sesuum aad the PreWe
JudgsMfi Tha Cfea4arahi Ksrefeaixl Amerioa
Pock i Pmhc Oatton. ete.
irons or general skws.
8ai aJeaad In New York yaeterdiy at 1.484
Mr. Qm. Lcxdkr ( Dxvctpost.) it utat
U return to tt KM.
Taare Li an Baatiah law wit aw pending, the
aeiUM in wM cawr t.SW fafta.
KmWnrtfti fnm Canada U tha United State
If tMKfMd IworaaMrjc.
- A netee af Qu?w Ovcbbuith iHd la Hobc
kaa, N. J.. last wa. need 81.
FarnMHriix pact tb ncgroas of LouWana
-fcaawhaen aeakinc In dreves to tho "old
fwatatia." Ttwr ar weary of the pilgrimage
A well iaformad writer of XteBesota, (peak
lac af the pfMpeat ef a-skart wheat erap, serf
"ttnt 1867 wtHbe as remarkaWe for high prices a
MH h for law prices."
Ib Paris tlw greatest naveUy in triranlsg ie
colored lace. Matt levaly laee flewera aad but
terflies, in sataral tints, are tacked bare and
there on wttta roW, paraot, saek-Uaa and
evary peatiUa article af dreec
Tha Western papers express eria appre-
hemaen far the earn era. Per eix weeks tho
author has haan aotd. wet aad unfavorable for
ripaniac it, aa that it ii Mill "in the milk," and a
frer.U mut mm eHH, there I greet danger that
Mm arap will be eat aff. Suafa an event ii woof
th greatest aalaraKles that could happen, as earn
is the great crap af the Watt.
We learn that the Bacrd of Visiters ,af the
Ual varsity aT Virginia hare made prevW&ni fer
the appointment ef an Assistant l'rsfeeeor of
Mathematics, whaae duliea shall le made to In
ada as a spaeiality the department of civil en
gineering. The chair of Praetioal Roonotny will
be tendered la Oaataia M. F. Maeby.
The picture oalea of New York for the post
Utrae rears aaaoant to $1,250,000.
An Indiana papar tells of &o resent killing
af &tMMo snake with 1W rattles.
XtmHtk Tftliwars earned 4600,000 sterling
The aanstlhitiafialltr ef the law passed by
the lata Caatreeg, requirim: the ineoma tax in
Oaliforaia to be iaid in gold, is to be tested in
Tho Xtial jMtUittnttr is authorized to
Mate that theannaaBaeaantin several prominent
feurnafe af the asuatry that Xn. Abrxrik Us
ontxbad eaed aiatters at the Metropolitan
lletel, in tMsaity. fer the ooib'ibk winter is iaser
raat. The BalttBMre Stm is informed that arrange
ment are being perfected by which cotton will
be shipped from Kaw Orleans to Liverpool by the
ships ef the Haiti mere and New Orleans line, and
will be traaaftrred ta the Liverpool steamers at
United Mala Treasurer SriXKHR is now pre
pared to furaUh jam plea of tho new perforated
Tho IluntarlUe Independent says; "The
papers in South Alabama are -diseaseing various
plans to prevent the taarlScc ef property at forced
legal ssdas, a b) new being done all over the
Stat. Wo see ft rtmedy and no relief exeept in
a bankrupt law byfengrest."
Gen. Jas.IL Claxtok has roaamed the prac
tice oflaw ia Mentgamery. ,
llnnor says that Gen. To it. Thumb will teon
have aaether Thomb on bU hands.
There are X males and SOj females om
played as teaahars In the common schools of New
The Philadelphia Lmittr't Washjnglon cor
respondent writes en Wednesday: Thero ii aa
thority for stating that Mr. Sbwird will soon
ratlro Tram public life, from a desire to obtain that .
repose and recreation which his medical advisers
Inform him are absolutely indispensable to the
prolongation of his life. The Secretary thus ad
vises asms of hi more intimate personal and
political friends hers, and there is nc doubt but
that as soon as he reaevers from bis present indis
position he will lose se time in carrying his reso
lution into afloat. With this tnowledgc, tho ques
tion as to who is to suaseed him in tho Cabinet at
so intarostlnga aanNnature must soon become one
of absorbing Interest.
The young king ef Belgium has Jurt recovered
from an attack of small pox.
The wooden shoes worn by peasants of both
safees in Belgium are purchased at from four to
savan coots a pale nod Barer wear out.
Salt e9tn,To 4SMIa1iaWteatiborere
the war. h1 rteivStjW. '
John Laranw Mantrr, author of tho " 11 ii
tory of tho JfttifeHMaa,' nvk AMariaan Minister
to Vienna, was a nhoolmaU of Dirmahk in
Uarmany many years ago.
The IJbarlals are now planning a campaign
aaainstthe Wty of Mexico itself, and theebaneas
of MahvilMh's escape with hie army and trains
are being seriously dbwuiaed at Vera Cruz.
The Israelites of llalttwero are taking steps
toward the establish meet ofsehoot for the eMhl
ranaf their fitith.
Qt.1fu.. Yia n 41.. V-nwn Unn.
UiuhtT aUanaW King QmMHia. the Fourth, in hp
last lllneM, and In his younger days rankfcl
mog tha first phyeMaa af his time. Wo fa
deiatand tie Urn n visit to the llrltUh Minister
Mr. Jomk K. THOwrna;. wall know;
American literary aireiei as the editor of
Litemm Metntr, is said to be tho " Heros
Uobokg" of JHnrlu-u4't Mtie, whose
rantttras white la the Oaflladfrrate sarviee
soon to bo pabMahed in book term
Prof. A. T. lIuweOK, A
. M.. LU I)., Into of
tho University of nrjtinla, awl wall known in
America and In Burepe a an autfear and scholar,
is about to ceminenee tha imbliaation ia Haiti
more of a psfiadieal to bo called Tlx .SWfcfw
Kerietr. It will be a quarterly of 250 iiagot, octa
vo, and the first number is to be issued In Janu
Thar are to "have a State Sunday School Con
vention ia Louisville on October ISfh.
Mev.'rir. Hawitb, an eminent Kpisoftpal dar
gftnne of New York aity, died a few tJaya since.
It. J. 1Utm, af tha New York Trnri. do
alinat to bo a oandidata for re-election to Oan-
Tha Attorney General and Chief Justice
say Mr. IUvm oasmet be tried next month.
A Now York dispatch says Oen. Omhmm II.
Tho will bo summoned to Washington to as
sume the duties of Mr. Stinto. Incase uftho re
tlromaat of that eftaer. Oen. Tmouah isnawln
Tha mortuary list this morning equals
that of yesterday, shewing a dimtnuiten of
me only, in the cholera deaths. Tho epi
demic is not subsiding as rapidly as tho
Bangulae have expected, and as all hoped ;
but tkowe tat informed ar$ confident that it
is oh the decline. The panic which pre
vailed for sotae time no longer exists, and
with prtuloflo ami oare atanug our people
we hope shortly to be relieved or the gloomy
duty ef writing eaoli night Mioli paragraphs
Lut so Omaervallve voter refrain from
the erc!M ef the franchise to-day. A
vote far Jtidge Dhirk may turn the nealc of
aiMr in this State. He is honest and com
petent, aUe and fearleas. Thereis not a man
in the Slate more eminently fitted fer a
JnPflK IlMXK is emphatically a repre
actativo man in this community and ha
phottld be olotfied, to-day, with the autltority
of an oMelal representative of our opinions,
interest mm! rights in our General AaemMy.
Th n oorrojKHWl en t of IlROWN'ttv? organ,
whom Jttdce Brim; denounced a a Veoon-
drei, a award, ami a liar," In a public
speech at the Courlltouee on Saturday last,
is permitted to pursue his attacks through
tho wdumns of that paper of y attorney. It
matters very little what such a Mmetec
way y oooeeming a swtlemsn, so well
'known as Judge B. An anonymous serihMer.
will not be able to further the desires of his
prompters aad masters, by abusing a gentle
man who lias lived so long, and been so uni
versally respected in this community.
JACK IIa.mu.ton, the corrupt mereeMry
from Texas, is reported to have mid: "I
am in favor of lite Union as it was not, and
of the OenttiitttHMi a it Is not" If he has
aaylWw- Ib Davidson eoonty, they had
boUor May away from the poll, or vote fer
Tr. 'vy to boat jlwsiWJajW Da
vidsea county H la vote for Bkiex and
Jdme John S. Briefs positidfi in the
canvass for RaproscnlatiVe, to be decided lo-,
day, ia uneqnivo&l. f 11 nees not lo be
badgered wiUi questions to olightert voters.
I lie in conservative, ile u for the Oonstitu-
tion as it is plainly written, and all laws
properly enacted in accordance therewith.
His opponent is radical. ' Radicalism means
any and every innovation upon the Consti
tution which the leaders of a sectional party
may happen lo think ia necessary to secure
the iramotint object power. It knows no
lot or limit. It favors military or civil
autltority in time of peace, as it may
seem best for the time being. It would
disfranchise the white, and enfranchise the
black, a4 suited its purposes. It would im
peaeli a President, or disperse a Congrew, if
either happened to .stand in its way. It
spit upon constitutions, and worships thco
rio begotten of prevalent passions, and born
of party oxigencies. It is the very genius
of anarchy and misrule. It boasts of its
progroasivenefe one thiag to-day, another
to-morrow. It i Unreliable, and affords no
guaranty to the permanency of institutions
of any kind, good or bad. If suffered to
prevail, it will toss this people from one ex
treme to another, until regulated, constitu
tional, American liberty is lost. Let the
voters of Davidson county weigh Conserve
tism with Radicalism, and decide between
them. J udge Bnrnx represents the Consti
tution dnd all that flows legitimately from
it. Mr. Dickey represents an unchained
devil that will destroy the country, and
wjiai is m it wortu preserving.
Mr. ScovLthe Radical oindidato for
Mayor, nds an apologist and defender in a
correspondent of the Radical organ of yes
terday. He and his friends are putting them'
selves to useless trouble. This community
has no concern in the price at which Mr.
Soovel saw fit to Bell his glass twenty years
ago; and they have as littlo Interest in his
character for "penuriousness' and have
never thought whether his charity was judi
ciously bestowed, or whether ho had any
superabundant amount of charity at all
Mr. Scovel does as well as any other Radi
cal as a dummy candidate, and that is all he
is proposed to be. No one is curious to
knowliis private history or opinions. He is
known to bo a Radical, and he is the recog'
mzcu canuiuaic oi mat taction. Xiiat, is
cnouch. The onlv other noint in view is to
beat him as badly as possible, and stamp the
Jite-germs out oi the organization. .Let tho
voters to-day sco that il is done.
A writer in tho Radical organ of this
city is raking among the records of the past
to prove that Judge Briek is unworthy of
the confidence of tho people of Davidson
county as their Representative in tho Legis
lature. Upon a oleso calculation, how many
votes does ho -expect to control by such
trumpery and nonsense? Not one. He is
not arguing to the people the original,
sovereign and constitutional arbiters of
such questions. He is trying to make a
oaso for Arnell, Motrins and Co., and
tho packed committco on elections of the
House of Representatives, who abuse the
power to judge of " qualifications" by erect
ing political tests for membership of that
body. He knows that they have overridden
the will of tho pcoplo in other instances. He
wants to furnish them with plausible reasons
lor retusing to admit J udge KRiEX, and de
fying the popular will again. What do the
K.-uiicais caro lor the peoplef JLrCt the peo
ple note tins and nave a care lor them.
A ticket with the names of W. Matt
Brown for Mayor, and good Conservative
men for Alderman and Councilman in
each ward, is the ticket to vote to-day. If
you sec a tickot with a doubtful name on it,
drop it. The word along tho lino is, " Put
none but Conservatives on guard in time of
It is important to the city that the voters
should scrutinize the candidates for munici
pal officers. ' Vote for nobody who is op
posed to the liberal and wise systom of Im-
profSrtedU! "Inatignrated and'so sueeessftilly'
prosecuted by the presont city administra
tion. Let our Conservative friends remember
that a large number of thoir political co
laborers have loft the city on account of tho
presonce of the cholera and those who
have remained owe it to themselves and the
country, to mako up the deficiency by in
creased oxorlion and unanimity at the
KKMr.Mnnn, more aro two eicctionsxo.
day in this city. There will be two ball
boxes at eacli ot tno Ward noils, lou ai
first to vote for Judge IShien" for Ropresci
tative. Then you aro to vote for Ma1
Bbown for Mayor of the city, and tho b
men for Aldermen and Uouncilmen in your
respective Wards. Do not forget either.
CQXAJMniA. A firiond writing to us from
Columbia, soys : "All reports of cholera in
this plnce .or vioinity are without founda
tion. Cholera never has prevailed here in
tho whole history of tho disease. Few
towns in the State have been so fortunato in
this respect. At present we are not only
exempt from this, but monstirably, from
every other disease. Our schools arc in a
Vi'r trust that nothing will deter any Conservative-voter
from tho polls to-day, oxcept
abglute sickness. It is tho most important
loeal olection over held in the county, and
involves in a higher degree the interests of
the city and the State than any prcvious
Be sure to voto for Joux S. Brisk.
Be sure to vote for "Y. Matt Brown.
Ami le suro to vote for the best men in
your Wards for Aldermen and Counoilmen
for men in favor of the city improve
ments, of good order, of tho people taxing
themselves fer municipal purposes, and of
governing themselves. This sort of voting
is the right sort, and no other is.
Ik Mr. Diokrv, tho Radical oandtdatc
for the Legislature, docs not answor in soma
form, the quories propounded on yesterday,
it may be set down for certain that he favors
negro suffrage, and will voto for an act to
establish it in this State, and all other acts,
military or of other kind, to force it upon
the people. Answering is as cosy as hold
ing siloncc. Not to answer, under the cir
cHBMtances, is to stand committed in favor
of it. Let the voters take heed.
John S., ami net M. M. Brien, Is the
Conservative candidate for the Legislature.
Do hot confound tho names, but go in solid
column, and vote for John S. Bhirn, the
friend of peace, the advocate of poblic lib
erty, the devoted adherent of the Constitu
tion and of the Union thereunder, "the
The Sc. Lout HtfHtUteaa announces that
"Oen. Qcahlks, with his twenty cavaliers,
from Tennessee,'' will attend.the Toarmurjt
tbnf Is to come off In tha1; city somo time
soon, tmdar the ansjHoos of the Southtira
Relief Aasejefeltat. It bids fair, adds the,
IUpuWt, to be a great gicoesa.
Bvhry person who, is in favor of peace,
harmony ami public prosperity, and op
posed to Brownww's programme of war, of
renewed scenes of Woodshed, of the torek
and of pillage and plunder, should not fail
to go the polls to-day, and deposit his rote
Evrrv dtiwn who is a friend of republi
can institutions and opposed to oligarchy
and tyranny should vote for Judge Brien
and American. In the election Uvday
for Representative and city officers, it is im
portant that the citizens should know who
are entitled, by law. to vote in the said elec
tion, and it is the duty of the judges of elec
tion to see that none vote except tnosc wno
arc qualified according to law. "An act to
limit the elective franchise." passed June 5th
1865, prescribes the qualification definitely
and plainly of each voter.
Section 1. Provides that every white
male inhabitant of this State, of the age of
twenty-one years, a citizen of the united
States, and a resident of the county wherein
he offers his vote, six months next preceding
the day of election, shall be entitled to the
privilege of the elective franchise, etc
bECTiON o, ofsaid act, I'rOvides that no
person shall be cntitlcd-to vote at any State,
county, district, or municipal election held
under the Jaws of this State, unless he shall
.have been registered and shall have reeived
a ccrtiiiuale therefor, as provided m tins
These two sections constitute the govern
ing rules of voting in all all elections of the
btate, and no one can lawfully vote without
the qualifications therein prescribed, in
section five there, can be no misapprehension.
As section 1 employs words purely tech'
nichal in their signification, it become us to
define them according to the interpretation
given them by our Supremo Court and the
Jaws of tno land. J. lie words rcterred to arc
citizen and rctidenl. A citizen of the United
Slates is a free white man, native or Rata
ralized, who has no home elsewhere, and
such citizen is entitled to the exercise of all
political rights in the States and Territories
of the Union, subject, however, to the local
laws of such States and Territories
Such residence as entitles said citizen to
vote in this State is an unconditional, perma
nent, fixed abode or duelling place, without
limitation or the existence of an intention
to change such local habitation at any future
time, and the residence must begin six
months before and continue up to tho day
he may offer to vote. And this applies
equally to all citizens, soldiers and sailors.
This being the law of the State of Tennes
gcec, and of the land, it becomes all good
citizens to submit to it cheerfully until it
shall be repealed, or declared inoperative by
me fcupaemc Court. conservative.
Brownlow's Varieties are still on the
tramp north of the Ohio river, performing
gratis to the admirers of such shows.
Brownlow, desires to place himself
upon en equality with Sambo, but we ha;e
yet to learn that any respectable Sambo will
onscnt to the affiliation.
S03IETHING RICH !
BJt O WNL O IPS VARIETIES
EXKEBITI0H' AT HAS0UIC HAIL,
A. Crowded House.
Prom tho Indianapolis Herald, Gth.J
Brownlow's troupe of negro minstrels
travo an exhibition at Masonic mil last
night. Notwithstanding the beastley-weath
cr there was a good house, many ladies
having stood tho "test of loyalty" by wading
early throuch the mud to securo front scats.
The venerable i" Hip, Hip" was monster of
ceremonies. After a prayer by JJr. How
sian, of Grecncastle, irreverently interrupted
by a voice far bacs in the rear crying,
" louder," Mr. Fisiihack, in the absence of
Uov. Morton, safoly delivered himself of
the welcome address, which contained noth
MR. CHARLES II. BRANSCOMB.
On behalf of the Southern loyalists, Mr.
Charles If. Branscomb, of Missouri, re
sponded. Mr. Branscomb is a small, seedy
Jookinsr, sheep laced individual, wiln
bountiful crop of facial hair, and a mushy
sort of articulation, as if his mouth were
half filled with some soft and nasty sub
stance, lie had something to say about tho
"few-cha." but we didn't exactly catch tho
drift of his remarks.
The big gun of the show, then took the
stand. JACK is a large, solid looking cut
throat, with a rough, red face, high checkj
bones, sensual mouth, around which plays
the ghost of a sinister smile : murderous
blue, or steel-gray eyes, and larcro nose. He
is gre'7 animal and brutal lu tempera
ment, and repulsive in appearance, iio
used to have some brains before he was so
whisky-sodden and shattered by licentious
debauchery, and some years ago won some
renown as a debater, in a discussion with
Gen. "Ward. Ho spoke a little over an
hour, drinking a great deal of water, which
seemed to hiss as it passed down his fiery
throat, and Baying little worthy of notice.
liis speech was of the heavy argumentative
pattern. He contended that the States arc
out of the Union, and subject to the dicta
tion of Congress, until an enabling act shall
bring them in as new States- that even the
old Mate lines might be obliterated and the
territory cut up into lots to suit purchasers.
He darkly hinted that President Johnson
knew more about tho assassination of .Lin
coln than he chose to tell, and intimated
that he kept Davis in prison only because,
he feared in him ho would find a formidable
HON. MR. FOWLER.
A Tennessee Senator then favored the au-
(licncta with a solo. He is a small, clcanlv
shaved, rather well dressed man, with weak
rheumy oyos, and a vacant countenance.
1-oWi.ER is evidently a weak brother, and
didn't make any considerable sensation.
Of Texas, is a tall, slender man, with a long
face, shaded bv ginger colored whiskers,
light hair a little bald in front, nervous, san-
guino in temperament. He might readily
be mistaken for a gentleman, were it not lor
the company in which he is found, and isas
the counterfeit detectors used to. phraso it,
"well calculated to deceive." Ho was op
posed to the admission of even loyal men
from tho Southern States, until matters aro
HET. MR. HUNNICTJT
Is a preacher and editor of a nigger paper
in Richmond, Virginia. He is a gaunt,
griztly specimen of concrcto fanaticism, cvi
utintly out of place in the society of white
men, even such as those who compose the
loyal delegation of Southern pilgrims, now
on their way to crocodile, at the tomb of
Lincoln. IlcxNictrran is "endman" of the
show, and a perfect Gu" Fawkes, lie is a
blood und thunder cuss, who is determined
on the regeneration of tho South at all haz
ards, in the outset of ma speech lie nar
rowly avoided the rock on which he split in
the Philadelphia Convention personal bi
ographybut sheered off in time and pro
ceeded to draw a graphic and striking pic
ture of matters and things in Virginia. The
people of that infernal commonwealth arc a
thousand per cent, more devilish, inhuman,
blood-thirsty, disloyal, damnable, ungodly
and hell-deserving than at' any time during
tho rebellion. A loyal man cannot liv0
there. The foul atmosphere of treason
would choko one like fire damp. The hell
hounds would tear him limb from limb, on
the faintest suspicion of loyalty, drink. his
blood and grind his bones. Blood cocktails,
arterial punches and venous sangarces, made
of the vital fluid of loyal men, are the most
fashionablo drinks at the Richmond falcons.
In tho next breath hp told us he published
tho most radical paper in the world right in
the midst of iheso horrible man-eaters, said
what he pleased, and was not molested.
Mr. llcNxiccTT laiddownhisprogrammo
for the regeneration of the South. lie de
manded of Congress an army of bayonets,
to be quartered in Richmond, until ho could
revolutionize the Government, turn the re
bels out of osBce, and place loyal negroes
in their places. He proposed to raise an
army of white and black loyalisl and if a
rebel even dared to crook his finger, he
would be a dead rebel. Ho did not pro
pose to disfranchise rebels for five years
simply, bat for fifteen thousand nine hun
dred and ninety years. After he had suc
ceeded in all this, with the ballot add the
bayonet in the banns of tho loyal negroes,
the millenium would come and he invited
his Indiana friends to come down and see
him in his paradise. They had tried to get
up a mob when he established the Xeu Xa
Km a t Richmond. Pollard had published
in his paper that the white men who
patronized his paper were already d d,
and that the negroes who encouraged it
should be expelled from tho community.
Yet he walked the streets of Richmond day
and night, and bad never been niolostod. :
Ho knew the Southern people. Give wav
to them and they were domineering, ove
bearing and murderous. But stand for the
right and they were cowards. He himself
was a man of peace. He didn't wantto kill
anybody, nor to be killed, but if anybody
attacked him, bv the God who made him,
ho would slay his antagonist from all of
which we draw the inference that HcnnicOtt
is a fighting cus3. " 2
He said that if ever PoixAbd laid the
weight of his finger upon Jiim, from that
moment he was a "goner." Another cle
ment of strength was in the ten thousand
loyal blacks, who would wade through blood
to their armpits for him. 1 Xet them harm
Jiim or bis printing office; and Richmond
would be in ashes within twenty-fours hours.
Vewere not much surprised' at the crazy,
demoniac spirit "which pervaded the ha
rangue of this white nigger, but we must
confess that the hearty manner in which it
was received by the audience took us some
what aback. AVc never saw such wild en
thusiasm before. The audience shouted and
yelled in tho mo3t frantically delightful
manner for five or ten minutes at a time,
swinging their hats in the air, and hugging
each other in the frenzy of the moment. The
principles of God and humanity have pro
gressed more rapidly than we thought passi
ble, and Gen. Cobdrn has made an ass of
himself in trying to wriggle out of his Ma
sonic Hall declaration in favor of negro
suffrage. Had ho stuck to that he might
now be the most popular man in the State.
One Griffin, of Alabama, and Colonel
Stencil, of Texas, performed, but after the
strong meat of Hunnicutt, we had but littlo
appetite for weak gruel, and left in disgust
Till! DISfAICnES OF TEE ASSOCIATED TJtESS
A Herald Story ContradlctcdTho Pres
ident Emphatically Opposed to tho
Con&titntlonnl AmendmentA Xcw
Censni-Iucrcasc In tho Populntlon
New York, Sept. 28. A Herald Wash
ington correspondent' says : The statement
having prevailed that the President ia about
to modify his policy to the extent of reconv
mending the proposed constitutional amend'
ment to the adoption of Southern unrepre
sented States, authority is given for a most
emphatic denial, ine Jfresident considers
the amendments now proposed a violation
of the hfth article of the Constitution, and
therefore invalid, and it would be in contra
vention of his oath of office to encourage
them in any way. I here is however, reason
to believe that lie contemplates recommend'
ing to Congress, at its next session first, the
admission of the representatives of all the
States, and then the proposed amendments
to the constitution, embracing in a Jess ob
jectionable form, the essential elements of
those now pending.
A valuable statistical' table, giving tho
rate of increase in population of the various
btatcsof tho Union since the census of 1S60,
is being prepared. The census of 1865 has
been rcceivedby the Department from seven
States, and the increase of population; even
during the war, in which the mortality was
unusually great, is as follows: Minnessola,
forty per cent Illinois, twenty-six per cent-
Wisconsin, twelve per cent., Iowa, twelve
per cent, Michigan, eleven and a half per
cent., itnode island, lour per cent., Massa.
chusctls, three per cent. Taking the gen
eral average of this increase, thirteen and
half per cent, is a fair representation of the
-rates otincrease in the other Census Bureau
estimates. The population of the United
States Territories has increased from 31,483,-
243, the number found by the census of
1SC0, to 35,500,000.
moM new Yonu,
The Snntn Anna Itlnddlo and Other
New York, Sept. 28. Gen. Santa An
na has addressed a reply to Minister Ro
mero, in which ho takes the leaders, of the
present republican government of Mexico to
task for refusing his services in their strug
gle against tho empire. He declares their
refusal will not deter him from, doing his
best lor tno country.
Deputy Sheriff SuoiONS, of Richmond
county, who, it Is alleged, killed a man by
the name of Dixon, while the latter was
digging for oysters off Staten Island, a short
time ago, was indicted for murder by the
grand lory of Union county, on yesterday.
A Paris letter of the 7th inst. announces
the arrival there, III a destitute condition, of
ill. bureau JjAJIaradue, the defaulting
cashier of a branch of the Rank of France.
The 4S0,000f of which ho took possession on
leaving the bank, he squandered in tho
Tho Stephens headquarters were all
business and activity yesterday. Important
negotiations are pending, which, when pub
lished, will restore theubrotherhood.
A nolle prosequi has' been entered in tho
case m MrJionBiiTfi, the Fenian head'eeni
ire, uiiu ins caso uismisseu.
The Itonrd of Foreign Jliaslona Dentil
of nn Editor Bane Ball and Cricket
New York, September 28. A Tribane's
Pitlsfield, Massachusetts special say3r At
the second meeting of tho Hoard of foreign
Missions resolutions on the state of the
country wcro adopted, arranginjrthe- educa
tion of freed men. The course of Bishop
Staley at Honolulu, was severely censured
in a special committee report. Geo. m.
Snow, for many years commercial editor of
the lribune, died suddenly yesterday of
licart disease at Ins residence in this city, in
tho 55th year of his age. Tho Base Ball
match between the Atlantics of Brooklyn
and Eurekas of New York came of yester
day, and the former were victorious by 30 to
2U. in the cricket match between bt.
Georges and Young Americans, in the se
cond innings Young Americas were forced
to retire by splendid bowling and flitting for
jy, leaving me bt. ueorges to win and
they secured with a loss of four wickets
Rnmors -from Canndn.
New York, Sept. 23. A Herald's Otta
wa,. U. W special says : ihe rumor of con
centration by the Fenians on the border, for
another raid into Canada, is premature, and
is believed so to be in Canada.
A flaw has been discovered in the indict
ments against the Fenians captured at Fort
Uric, which will probably necessitate their
New York, Sept. 28. Thero were five
new cases of cholera reported yesterday.
Burial permits for six cholera deaths were
issued during tho same time
lufty-ntno cases during week ending
Wednesday evening in tho city, of which
twenty-nine proved fatal.
General Dix linn an Interview
Washihoton, Sept. 23. General Dix
had an interview this raornin? with the
President, and subsequently witli Secretary
McCfLuocn, and will return to New York
by this evening's train. Although nothing
definite is publicly known upon the Subject,
several of nis personal friends say the pro
bability is that he will retain the position of
naval othcor of the port of iSew lork.
A 1 lines special says, up to a late hour
this evening, no intelligence had been re
ceived from Gen. Dix, in roferenco to his
acceptance or declination of tho French
mission. It was freely reported on the
street to-day, that ho had accepted, but
there wan no authority for the rumor.
There has not been time for a reply In
the ordinary courcc of mails since the ap
pointment was sent. It was understood
here that Gen. Dix bad qualified as Naval
Officer of the port of New York, but that
does not debar him from accepting tho
In rcforonco to tho general anxietv amoncr
tho applicants for positions in the re-organ-iied
army, nothing further can be said than
that the list of field appointments, though
Understood to be nearly completed, is not
ready for announcement. The country will
be glad to learn that, under the careful su
pervision of Secretary Stanton and Gen.
GRANf, such selections are being made.
Senor Romero, the Moxican Minister, re
ceived to-day the following official dispatch
from the Mexican Consul at San Francisco,
dated yesterday: "The whole State of
Sonoro is in possession of our troops, in
cluding Fort Guamas, which was evacuated
by the French. This news is positive. Gen.
Corano expects soon to be in possession of
Mazatlan. Josi A. Goodet.
Senor Romero docs not credit the Impe
rial rumor of tho death of Gen. Diaz, near
Oaxioa. Gen. Diaz, one of the best Mexi
can officers, is in the estimation of Senor
Roxbro, to good a soldier to allow himself
to be surprised by tho enemy.
Senor Romero docs not allow much
credit to tbe reportodshootingofM. Morni
ohon, eon of an officer in tho French, arniv
Tho details of the news render it hardly
uossiuic mat ii is true mat toe oona ot uea.
Dix. as naval officer of the pert cf New
York, was to-day filed and approved by the
Commissioner of Customs, and the commis
sion delivered to him. The General had
n. - t ... ..... , -
separate interviews with the Prowdeni, Sec-
retary of War. and the Secretary of the I
m . .. .. . . I I
treasury, xncro is an nnauthcnucaled
repoit that Gen. Dix Will hold the office for
- .. I il , . ;
u Diiuii. uiuu y.uvi iuuu accept a niissiuii ;
The President has directed the pardon of
Peter Dorp, convicted at September term,
18C5, of the-Uniled States Circuit Court for
the northern district of Ohio, for passing 1
counterfeit currency, and sentenced to two
years imprisonment. A pardon has also
been ordered for Gen. A. Clark, convicted
at April term of the United States district
court for Delaware, of passing counterfeit
money, and sentenced, to twelve months im
prisonment. Jfcw -York Items or Mens.
Kew York, Sept. 28. In the Protestant
Episcopal Convention to-day an offer was re
ceived of $50,000, to establish two new dio
ceses at Albany and Brooklyn.
Ft Heiia, alledged to bo late an inmate
of Louistowu, Pa., prison, was arrested to
day, on a charge of forcing a note.
There was a fearful gale of wind off the
coast of Kew Foundland, and a great many
wrecks have been reported. A French
frigate was lost at St. Pierre, and several
coasters were wrecked. Over ISO dead
bodies were picked up, on Sunday, which
were iost from the different vessels. No
further particulars have come to hand.
Dix Accepts the French JItssion
New York, Sept. 23. TheBost'a special
says uen. JJrx has accepted the mission
A block of wooden buildings in Flushing.
L. L, owned by Wit. and G. Weight, was
destroyed by fireTycsterday.
sion of a kcroscno lamp,
Philadelphia, Sept. 23. An accident
twniirroA fr. f?rfinn T?nfTft ofafinn fn tr
Pennsylvania Railroad at noon to-day. The
flange of the truck of the locomotive of Ihe
freight train, going .hast, broke. J. he en
ginc was thrown from the track and the
front part of the train smashed to pieces
None of the passengers were iuiured. The
other traia was delayed, but the road is now
' From Canada West.
ToRbmro, C. W., September 23. The
Provincial Fair closed to-day. The weather
has been fine. Attendance very large' and
tnc exhibition a great success.
A large number of the troops recently.
arrived over on their way to their destina
tion on the Western Peninsula, and a num
ber of Canadian ministry are in town.
THE SEW KEVOEUTIOKAUY MOVE-
MENT-SIGXIFICAXT SETTER FROM
The following letter ha3 been addressed by
Wendell Phillips to the Workingmen's
Committco of the Third Congressional
You bring me notice of my nomination to
Congress by the Workingmen of the Third
Congressional District. 1 can find no words
hearty enough to express my profound sense
of the honor you do mo in offering to trust
our momentous question, to that extent, in
my hands. I appreciate, also, that tribute of
your respect aud your willingness to accept
my life in the place or pledge, asking no
other. Having worked thirty years in be-
hall oi the labor of one-half of the nation
nothing would give me prouder satisfaction
than to stand in Congress the representative
ta a special seme, of the cause of labor throughout
(Ac nation. Although, therefore, i have hither
to promptly declined all offers of political
trust, still, sincerely desirous to meet your
wishes, if possible, I have thoroughly re
considered tho whole subject, but come to
the conclusion, as heretofore, that I cannot
accept tho honor you oiler me. 1 feel that
in accenting office I should, paradoxical as
it may sound, incur responsibility to a far
greater extent than l should gam power.
do not trwA a place oj responsibility tcuhoui all
the power that should accompany it. it seems
serve our cause better out of Congress than
in it. Mid me congratulate you on this auspi
cious opening of our political movement, "iou
have shown that, if true to the flag, you can
decide on which head Congressional honors
shall rest. If we are thus true, our move
ment, under the full sunshine of public dis
cussion, will soon ripen to complete success.
Most cordially, your fellow-citizen,
September 24, 18G6.
California, which in 1857 imported
about 00,000 barrels of Hour can export tins
ycar,.according to the cstiraateof tho Call
lorn la jtarmer, nomoUnntr lite., tiro. and a
half millions of barrels.
The Trade With BArroiORE. We
have been much gratified to learn that our
merchants and business men arc throwing
their trade to Baltimore, seldom going
further North. This is as it should be.
Baltimore offers manv inducements to
traders, whilst we have friends there whose
devotion has been tested. Winchester (Va.)
Valuable Tract of Land
fT! THE FIRST 3IOXDAT IX OC-
J TOlJEIt. I trill sell to tho hirhest bidder
atineuourt Housa in tno town ot franklin, a
valuable Tract of Land, containing
4 4 0 ACRES,
It wlll'hs fold in Lots of nbout Ono Hundred
Acre each, with a proper proportion of cleared
and tlmbsrcd land on cacu Lou
Tho Lnnd is of the finest quality and is situated
on tho llillsboro Tnrnnike. about fifteen milts
from Nlmll, nnd four miles from Franklin,
and adjoining tho farm on which I live, being a
part of the noted liarpctb Lands.
Termn-OXE-IIIIKD CASII, balance in SIX
AND TWELVE MONTHS, with good security
and lien retalnoa until tho purchase money a
aid. A liberal deduction will bo tnado if all
ash is paid.
BAKAII A. ELLIS.
jEETCJuLFE UROS & CO.
WO0I.C311.R DEALERS IS
TIIE FALL TRADE FOR THIS MARKET
U beginning, and we deaira to call tho "at
tention of i!crchanUrand Dealers to oar ex
tensive stock of the above articled, lectin's as
sured, as we do, of our ability to sire entire
TUST RECEIVED ONE HUNDRED" SACKS
t) OEl WHITE CORN, and for sate by
iej05 3t . Market t-
TO.LEN OX SATURDAY EVENING.
1 from tho subscriber, a Tellow Unit Pap.
nnfc nlnn mnntha nM. wplrht 55 noundi. neitT7
built, ears trimmed, has a small white spot on h&
Tot the delivery of the do and thief to me at the
WHS0,f?. NaaWlle, Tenpmee.
Postponement of Sale.
'PnB SALE OP LOTS IN HUMPHRIES'.
JL MiBns'a ax& Housroa'a Annmosto Nash
ville, on thaSSth inst., and in Wili-uv's Ati
Tioxto EdscEeld.on the 27th inst, Li postponed
until jartnernotiee. 1 .
ANDERSON, JOHNSON Jt tUUXiU
sepSMw Real Estate Agents.
PERKINS, SWENSON& Co.,
i No. 4S Carocdelet, corner Union street, . vd I
j SEW ORLEANS.
R. . SVKSS0X. N. Y- lite of Austin. Texas. j
OF MEIG'S DIGEST.
yjn this office.
ET NUKSE WANTED. APPLY IMME-
diately at this office. sepiy tf
WANTED. i '
A WHITK WOMAN AS H0USE-KEEEER.
J. - Goo doercaea . required. Address. ioek
Jlox 77 JtashviIIo rostollicc sep2 it
OFriCE, 31 SOUTH COLLEGE .ST., .
Next door to No. 2 Fireman's Hall. "5
'PUIS IS THE GLEANEST BURNING. MOST
L economical in the market, being the welt
known,. Vvneock. Coal. Families wQblnsr lo
lay in their winter Coal will be'suppllcd at LOW
RATES. ti. It. SAMPSOJf fc CO.
A. STEWART. Q. H. HOLDEN.
CIIUUCILAXtt SriUJCE STltEET ItAIE-
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN- TO THE
Stockholders in the Church and Spruce Street
Railway Company, that they are expected and
required to pay their stock, as fellows:
On the 10th of October. 1SG6. 25 por cent.
On the 10th of Novcmber.'ISCS. 25 per cent.
On the 10th of December. 1S6S, 25 per cent.
On the 10th of January, 1SG7, 25 per cent.
Stockholders arounred to lie prompt in their pay-
PROP E.H T Y
H. SAX :E,
i Under a decree oe.thh chancery
.COURT, wq are now authorized to sell, publicly
or privately, the property of tho Estate of D. T,
MeGAVOCK. deceased. .
We are ready at all times to., show persons this
property, and will sell privately upon most rea
aonailo terms, and shall have, from timo to time,
publie sales of the same in tho different localities
of the .estate.
This property extends from' Jefferson street, on
South, to St. Cecilia Academy and beyond, on tho
North, and from CoIIcro street. On the East, as far
Westwardly as Fort Gillcm and tho Hardin? pro
Dcrty, and includes many choico ind valuablo
Lots, now within the corporate limits of the city,
having all tho bcneGtsof the Hydrant Water and
the City Schools.
Tbo great extent of .this Estate furnishes every
variety of location. Persons wishing to bo in tho
city with the, benefit of tho schools and water,
havo a large number of beautiful lots to select
from; and those whoso' tasto would lead them, be
yond the city limits, and yet bo within a few min-
utes ride of the business part thereof, have a still
larger field in which to locato and suit themselves,
Water can bo had in alinosS every part of this
property by wells from twenty to forty fact deep',
Tho JIcGavockand ilU Vernon Horso Railroad
is now being built, and will bo in operation dur
ing the month of December next, and running out
directly to the main body of tho proporty,
which poini it branches, "and runs thence in two
directions noarly through the entire estate; thus
affording in tho two directions eligible sites for
residences at all the intermediate distances be
tween one-half of a mile and a milo and a half
from the Publie Square, and en or near tho two
lines of road.
To persons wishing to build and occupy rest
deuces wo will offer great Inducements, and think,
make it tho interest of any who wish to sottle in
or near the city to bay of us.
This proporty, although so near the heart of tho
city, has been to a great extent kept out of tho
market; but tho estato being largely in debt, wo
expect to sell during the noxt thrco or four years
a largo amount of it, so that persons buying now
may bo suro that a sufficient number bf lots wijl
be disposed of to cause the city to be extended in
Plans and maps of tho property can at all times
bo seen at No. 23 Cedar street, up stars, and at tho
Chancery Court Clerk's office, at the Court House,
FELIX K. CMEATJIAM.
T0LBN, (PROM MY PLANTATION -IN
Williamson county, on tho night of tho 2Cth
September, ono BLACK Jlf ARE HULK,
about 14 hands -high, live years old. She has
an enlargement ortuo fetlocks on one at her hind
legs. Brandod on tho left hip with the letter L.
I will pay 825 to recovor tho mule, and $35 for tho
arrest oi tnc men.
sep28-lw 'J South Market
0 0TT0 iN.
"JSxpvess cvWcl Fast
riMIROUllII RECEIPTS OIVEN TO BOSTON
X JsowlorkPhiladelphia, Baltimore, Chicago,
VIUVIUIIUVJ, UUaiUli UIIU 11EIT 1 Tin
Atlantic and Ureat Wostcrn Railroad." thropirh
Without CHANGE OP VRKimiT OAH! nr
Qulclc Tlmo nnd Loir Rate.
Address nnd Consign to
C." It. PARSONS A CO.,
Agents, A. & G. W. R R,
No. 7 COLLEGE STREET.
RYEB COTTON G1IS.
'THE SUBSCRIBERS ARE AUTHORIZED
jl Agents tor tne sale of tne celebrated
E. CARVER COTTOJT GINS,
So leogand favorably known throughout tho
Cotton Growing States,
In which the
SALES HAVE TAR EXCEEDED THOSE
OF AXY OTIIERJUIii:.
Its superiority In operation and in quality of lint
lirgauaeii. aKnowiodgca by tne most influential
C6ttons 'Planters, Merchants and Manufacturers.
All tiies from IS to 100 sawn each, constantly on
hand or furnished from tha Manufactory.
tar Send Tor Circular.. ,
GBOHGE'O. ALLEN k CO.,
- Nashville. Tennessee.
sct27.- .' ,v
Jifl. T. pjicr
Pace, Lavender & Harper, ,
Cotton and Tobacco Factors.
General Commission merchants,
Zio. 30 Union Street,
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
H: 2I..ir AtL,
. , IHOTOaitAl?IIER,
OOBSttt GKIUK STRKtT.lJtD PtTBLU SqtMKE.
Is prepared to aeeutePnOTOURAPHS of every
attfiptiea. bpeciil attention paid to copying;
'MtorraphJ of deceased soldiers.
IN THE CITT AND EDGEFIELD. ALL
Muoni who may be attacked with siekne.a
nurse wilt t
Persons wiUiux. to engage as
aPpljtiTTr rrtr ttt r- vn
Cnmb'riand Lodge No. 8.
Pbcenlx Lod ?o,33L.
GEO. "IV. JENKINS,
Edgefield Lodge No. SSI.
THE SCB8CBIBBRS FOR STOCK IN THE
I Hf-t;avo-K and Jit. Vrrnon Ilorae
itallroaU Company, are hereby notified that
UM for the balauea el mejr u.iwnpuui2s
bean made by the Board of Directors, paya
ble' as follows:
O&Ptreeet. on the 1st QfOeteber next.
30 p41 east, on tha 16th of OeUbjr ceit.
3) pi I tnt. on tha 1st of N oramber SHU
a pj.'wut on the 15th Nov ember next.
F. B. CHEATHAM, Soc'y.
scpSWill nor. 1.
. THE ST'ATB
o! FIRE, JIL,tItI2TE, HULL
INLAND TRANSPORTATION RISKS
, Tnkcn nt Equitable- Kate.
J3" Losses fairly adjusted and promptly paid. "SO
Office, Second National Bank building. College
street. JUlia LUAISDEN, President.
"W. J. THOMAS. Vice President.
JOSEPH NASU, General Agent.
PltOCIVMATIO V BY TIIE GOVERNOR.
STATE OF TENNESSEE,)
Exscrr:v Drpabtiikxt. -NiSHVitLE,
September Hth, lSGdJ
To the Sheriff of the County of Davidson:
WnEKiAS, Tho Commissioner of Registration.
aPDeintcd under the nrovinions of the Art nfilnr
3d. 1806, for the county of Davidson, has filed hit I
report, snowing tnai no nas completed tno regis
tration oi me quaunou voters oi said county.
TK.r. t urrr.l.TlV n mnrnvrnw
Governor of the State of Tennessee, by virtue of
tho Dower conferred, and m disehirro of the du
ties imposed upon me by tho terms of said act. do
hereby command you to open and hotd an elec
tion, at an tne Maces ot noldlmr elections, in Your
county, on SATURDAY, tho 2Uth day of Septem-
ber. ISCCfor the purpnso of electing ono Repre-
semauTo in tuo ucneiai Asscmoiy, ic nil mo va
cancy occasioned by the resignation of the Hon.
Sakoil J. Cart in, and to fill all other vacancies
in county, district nnd municipal oiiices wmen
may exist in your county.
In testimony whereof. I have hereunto
(SEAL) subscribed my namo, and caused the j
Great Seal of the Stato of Tennessee to be
affixed. At tho Department iu the city of Nash
ville, ibis Hta day of September, lStXi.
Bv the Governor.
"W. G. BROWNLOW.
A. j. jarrcnxK, secretary of State.
TN PURSUANCE 01? TUB ABOVE PROC-
X LAAIATION. I will open and bold elections
for all vacant offices now existing in Davidson
county, on Sntnrdnr, the SOtli Instant.
The followine aro the daces for votinir. in the
different Districts, together with tho name! of I
ouiccrs holding tho elections :
Judges W. D.Baker, Jeremiah Bowcn, David
Clerks H. R. Buchanan, JessoDortch.
Keccivci James L. Bowcn.
Judges T. J. Mann, 'William Et Ridge. H. S.
Clerks B. R. Worrell. J. R. Ellis.
Receiver S. Y. Norvell.
Judges . Hays, William Dodson. A. Wright.
vjictks iriinam u aae, a., vrcei.
Receiver William Creel. i
distkict 5. .
Judges J. 0. Roberts, Joseph Oldried, R.F.
Clerks W. E. Cartwright, J. A. Bland.
Receiver William Rains.
Judges B. Gray, John BrBcy, William Aus
Clerks Samuel Kimbro. J. Austen.
Receiver P; Auston.
Jnaics C. Cook, A. J. Baker, S. M. Gaine
Clerks A. Whittemoro. C. Biglcy.
Receiver Hiram Baker.
Judges John J. Saunders. E. Thomson, J..V,
Clerks D. O. Clark, J. H. Auston.
Receiver N.C. Auston. ' . ,
Judges Horace Scales, J. T. Ellison, Cannon
Clcrka James H.. Young, L. Moses.
Judges Felix Compton, Wm. Edmundson, W,
ji. u iMeai.
. Clerks W. O. Turner. Ctas. Chickcring.
Judges B.F.Cockrill, a Hooper. B. Sejlefln.
wicrits J. nomas Joselin, t. Ilavidson.
Receiver Wm. Gower.
-1 district 13.
Judges Sam. Manning. W. B. Cooper,. William
Clerks A. G. nagcy, Peter Byers.
Receiver C. Embusn.
Judges James L. Green. W.
G. Smith, Thomas
Clerks George W. Murphy, Geo. W. Green.
Receive: J. S. Dellahunty.
Judges J. J. Corley, B. N. Dodd.T. M. Patter
Clerks A. C. Davis, J. B. Corley.
Receiver B. F. West.
Judges E. Hamilton. Willis Charlton, Josiah
Clerks D. D. Hamilton, W. Page.
Receiver John Hurt,
Judges P. W.Maxey, John Wilson. G. W.G.
Clerks It. Pater, Arthur Stull.
Receiver Zack StUll.
' "-,-:.' rlieaicTl0. 4
Judges John Tailor. Matthew Allen, James
Olerks Felix MoKay. John L. Williams,
Receiver James Gee.
Judires J. C. Tloweri. A. Ti. MnHhnw .T. W
Clerks Robert Cartwnght, Wosloy Drako.
Receiver John M. Shivers.
Judges Thos. Sanders, Tho. Balowo, Church
Clerks Balowc, George Reeling.
Receiver L. Pitts.
Judcce Gilbert Marshall. N. B. Willi. Georro
Clerk xoung. .Marshall.
Receiver W. P. Bowers.
Judges B. F.Drake. H. MoNcli. James TTnder-
Clerks James L. Powell. Taswell Ilydo. '
Recoiver J. T. Smith.
Judges Garrieeri LTnTer. E. Graves. W. D. Rob-
crifon. . i
Clerks Thoa. Lmier. W. S.Whitcman, Jr.
Recoiver mlKam Wilson.
Judffes Jamoa Ilnwinptan. W.
Clerks Hobert Duke, James Simpkini.
B- Tiehncy. Q.
Clerks J.iB. CanGeld, Felix Clemmcns.
Rccelvor Silas Norris.
-Andrew Gregory, Wm.
Hagan. N. I
Clerks Livingston Brien, Clay Lucui.
Reseivor John Burk.
Tho iudiresand officers nnnointed to onen and
hold'the Kleetions in the different Wards in the
city of Nashville for 31 ay or, Aldorman, etc. on
the 29th inst, are, and each of them are hereby
appointed to open and hold the Bleetion for
ReDresentativo for Davidson oonntr. in their re
spective Wards, on the same day, and at the namo
place. H, K. PATTERSON,
sepia til en en u Davidson bounty.
Have you disease of the Kidneys ?
TAKE RISLBT'S EXTRACT OF BUCHU.
Suffering from pain in tho Baek nod Loins t
TAKE RISLEY'S EXTRACT OP BUGHU,
Have you dUeose of thoBIadderT
TAKE RISLEY'S EXTRACT OF B0CIIO.
Suffering from Dropsy or Gravel ?
TAKE RISLEY'S EXTRACT OF BUCHTJ.
Have you disease of the Urethra?
TAKE RISLEY'S EXTRACT OF BTJ0HU.
Suffering from Debility or Irregularities T
TAKE RISLEY'S EXTRACT OF BUCUU
1IARRAL ItlSLEY .t TOMPKINS.
111 Chambers iU and I Hudson sL, New York.
For sals by EWIN A PENDLETON,
sepBl-dJw- 19 Publie Square. Nashville.
AT AN INFORMAL MEETING OF THE
Masonio Fraternity, of Nashville and Edge-
neid, neia at jianonie xempie, September 21st
the followinr resolution waa adatd:
Juinlvtil. That a committee or three b me.
pointed for oaeh Ward, and three for the Rail
road Depots, aad three for JvigefieM, wbote dnty
it shall bo to eolleet funds frem Masons, for the
purposo or relieving tno wort&y dutreased or the
city the mods to be placed tn the bands of Joan
f-r.ii.,i u ti irn.n w x ir.i i
George W. Jenkins to whom the committee will
resort the names or those in distress.
In accordance with the above renalntlon tha fal
lowing eomralttM were appelated :
jrirst ward, llenrj jobbios, bam Jlyman and
becend word, it, uranc.lt. ll.bioan ud V. U.
Ward. Jas. Sloan. Mortimer Hamilton
and John .McClelland.
jreartn ward. Jotrn Jllller, r'. n. Allen and
pin iv . uarry.
Fifth Ward. E.L White. Jo. CL McOrarv and
P. Ox Timer.
Sixth Ward. James Haynle. CHateo Bryno
and Sandr E. Jones. - '
Seventh Ward. W. S. Dardvaat, F. O. Hurt
aad bam. K. Josea.
BIrhth Ward. Jarae Gennett, M. C. Cotton,
asd G. C. Giers.
yolh Ward. 7. Klain. J.ra.. Ttul.n. uul Jaa
Tenth Ward. 75. V.inii Til. VtMi and W.
Bdgefield. u. W. Jenkte. W.M. Marrayoad
Rallnvad DenalM. U. Clane. MTL. Htm.
ton, aad R, C. BraastMiiT
, . 8JJ. BALDWIN. Uaairmaa.
MeD. kt oxwr. Secretary. '
AKER0YD & 0BS0N,
w. corner fjrtnren aaa Jtis mn.,
TJLAN3. ELEVATIONS. SECTIONS. FOLL
Xditid DetaH Drawings aad. tipeaueatloas.
ewjikta and entire, twljh ar wilhaat eupjrUtea
dtalar every alaa af HesUatastleal, Civil and
iietaeetle SoiMtaas. AIM JltMgaerf or juenu-
MMHINEEY, CASTIHGcS, &G.
NO. 3 BROAD ST SEE T,
' ' , t,
Agents for the Buffalo Scale Company, liavo jusi opeiityl at
tlic above Address, and 'offer the following at rctlnccd
250,000 lbs Cut Nails, assorted;
100.000 lbs Pressed Null? assortedf
75,000 Wrot Washers, assorted;
le0Q Pairs Strap Hlhge,jassorted
100.609 lbs Boiler and Tank Iron;,
109,000 lbs Bar Iron:
2S8.C00 Tiro Bolts;
16.000 Wagen Clevises;
,000 Traee Chains;
2.000 Steelo Drills Jumpers, etc.;
200 Bex Vise;
100 Smiths' Anvils;
0 Heating Stoves;
P. S.-CASII PAI1 FOR Olil IROX, COPPER, BRASS,
XiEAD. Etc, Ete.
Largest Clothing Merchant
IN THE CITY.
riiHE SUBSCRIBER TAKES PLEASURE IN
X informing his old friends and former patrons
that ho has resumed business
AT HIS OLD STA2TD, J
No. 12 PUBLIC SQWA.RE,
On the Southeast corner of Market street, where
be is prepared to sell
J 'IijC S t
Class Clot lung!
Prices to Suit tho Times,
An experience of Tivcnfy-llve yenra in the
business, justifies him in thp assertion, that be is
capable of SUITING all who may favor him with
No, 12 Publfc Square, corner Market street.
ROBERT LV.SK, President.
T. IL NA3IPEE, Ciubter.
NO. 48 NORTH COLT.F.OK ST.,
OO&l) AND SIIiVEK,
OF ALL KINDS.
LOANS mado on satisfactory Collaterals.
COLLECTIONS madd on aU part:
EXCILVNGE on alf prominent parts bought
STERLING EXCUAKGE. In sums of 1
ana upward lor sale.
InrtIcH Itcmltllnsr Uneurrent Jlonny
cn nltrnyM rely on retting- Xall Rnteit
and Prompt Attention.
CITY PKOPERT Y
OF THE C01JNTT COURT.
JD August Terra, in tho case of W.
. in the riun nf W. W Allan t
junetlon with P. L. Niehol, County Court Clerk.
Ui J. TB. 17LV 1(1 .tl Allfn. HI... Vft til . R Mill.
uu uis prcuines, at. ji o cioea, tno
23d of October, 1800,
cell to tho highest bidder tho following deseribed
street, of the sub-di vision of Lot No. 41. fronting
2) feet 3 Inches on Broad, and running baek 1M
leet, scparareu. irom tne Central Hotel by a JO
overea by a nne store
with good basement.
,lDr?,e, nones nign, .witn good bai
lot on South Market
iui jyicuuiu property is in iree temiory.
South Market street, (wbleh is also free
ry) No. 1S6, fronting 25 feet, moro or les.
irkct street, and running baek half way to
CoKege street by parallel lines, and adjoining the
viuucny dccud m dt 11. v anrnn. rnnininin w
awelling and grocery store. Also, lot on tbo east
ciae oi unetry street. In Boutb rtashville. begin
ning at C. U. Conger's, N. W. corner, and runnin
northwardly with Cherry street K feet. ni
runmnr tnrouzn to I'oiicgo street, with what was
formerly Mrs. NebbettV li
ly3lA feet to the Com
lot. tbenee to tha be-
Ing. with rood brie
ith good brick dwelling. 7 rooms: and
also 3 lots I
3 lotj In the Barrow flrnvM Tirnnrtv 'm IV
mcj eaen jot ironung s leot on Cherry street,
and running baek at right angles to a 16 foot
alley, with a smalt lox ami Trams Ilnnui.
Terms One-half cash, balance in one and two
years, wiin interest.
All are invited and extieeted to attend tha !
as the property is very valuable and will bo sold.
r. u. muiiub. u. U Clerk,
POSTPONEMENT OF SAXJB.
fUn 6 A LBS FOR TUBSDAY, 0CT0BHR
Ji. oi to aeres oi i,and on tne rrantlln nice,
lAISS.Stita tem tb nd aT TUBSDAY,
OCTOBRR 9th. of tH UTM af Mtl W. nil, tram
mo nii, id. jiunreMoaro riae. are postpenea
UBtU farther noties.
.1.. .1 , r . i . . ... .
Aky, the sale or City Property, advertMed fer
CoUBtV Court Ctnrlr. nratnlnul nntn fh. L(I
epr-4t 33) Unlo Street.
CHANCERY SAliE OF IOTS
Warren AMoero and ether;, vs. J. Shelby Williams.
TNPURSOANCE OF A DEGREE OF THE
X Uaaueerr Uanrt. at Nashvilla. In lha abovn
eaase, I win offer at Publie Sale, en the premises.
TIIDRSUAT, TIIE 27TII SEPTEMBER,
FIFTT LOTS IN ITHIIiun'ii Addition TO
EDGEFIELD, fronting on Fatherland. Boseobel,
Shelby Avanne. Williama and Kvtr ifr.oi.
iDese xiou are very nign and elevated, and afford
some oi tne isosx desirable and beautiful BUILD-
IN(J LOCATIONS in the rapidly growing town
oi jHrtatm, ana eannot laii to attract lha attea
tlen of alt those deairoa of Kecurisr home in
this healthy and desirable location.
AdvertbemenU hava alreadr ben naJa Ctr
iiraiwHu ui uuiiu suni oaiiroaa, loeateu eon-
"iiroii u m nusioer i loeaoove lyyu. wnMa
wui raaianaiiy encaaes ineir value.
Tr&va .Qlr T.ilr. TH.I.Iu..ul T.i. ...
mental, v;ub interest, note required with good
ccBnty, ana ilea rafaiami.
M. 15. HOWELL. C. A If.
ANDKRSON. JOHNSON A SMITH,
TENNESSEE ANJB PACIFIC
OrnocTsxaMig ijrn PqHie R. R. Cqxtxxt,
iimiiuii aicnK ai, saui,
KIVBD POlt A
Ha iasirementi. af
I that portion of tho read whleh is between the
ellleaaf -Sftjhrtt! m.nd k'nAvvffi. Tmi.m.m
The road must basnrravad an twaliaMuvi lha
report mast eiabraee all necessary information la
the dwtapeet InUrvenlag.gradn and obitrueUoas.
the eottaf eenurcetlsn and ha uMniuilal
I lana and proSie vlswg of tha several males.
xuiTiaeers buwiuu tee sum larw&teh the
werkwlllbaeaaHiaeted and all prepetali muit
bo filed at tba olBeebr the first of October.
t t J. D. B. Di BOW, President.
Jons Kukkix. Chm'a Ex. Com.
J. B. BRBXNAN.
B R EilNA N.
Js ii. !iQhit.
OiiolSHerjo Tewer SMfeeary Steam..
Engine, jnmplsiej, , ,
OseJIattewan Iran Pia&er. iffrnnetf. ,
. W, IcGowan! Ptttfifts. aod ene4lay.
10 Large Sep ValirMt . . i f i
36 Hydrant ;,
100 Ts and Qnmt
1 Steele. Bll.hwec w
a OomposiUea IMUj
COTTON Am TOBACCO
C o m m i ssi o n M e rdh Tnts
No. 5 South Market Streejr J
A. L. rmitii. Logan oeunly, fteftfaakj.
Tues. riRKM, late W. J. AT. Parkm.
a. B. btarx. Tuiealeesa, Alafeaffia.
HAVING TAKBNTHB ABQVK' ATORK
H0 USE. we are prepared, to d: n General
Commission BojineM, aad will keep eastaatly
on band a large supply ef
GRAIN, Etc.. Etc.,
For tho Trade at LOW PRIC8S.
Special attention given t Srwftnllng Frelghta.
IViisliville Cotton Market.
It Is a generally admitted Cut that tho plan now
adopted in Tobaeeo sales et leliwg at AvciHtx.
reserving the privilege of rereetisg the beet I
l'laBtr, kur given mnro
cattsfaetlon, and uniformly eaased Prwluee to
Sell Higher than Any Other Method,
and believing that this will prove equally a atu
faetery in Uetton as Tehoaee, Mom, Smith,
Parkes Sc Stark, of Nahv4lle, Temieesea, have
ceneluded to adopt tliU plan.
ITS ADVANTAGES ARE NUMEROUS.
It draws Ugether all the buyers In thh an
many other market, the eaipeutlon between
whom insures tho highest market prieo fkr each
bale offered. Kaeh bale w befero the buyer,
that be ean seo lU eeodittea. with n sample faily
drawn, showing its quality.
S3T The owner either in person, er thrnngli
his agent, has the right to reject tho sale when
the prieo i not satisfactory .'9.
Thero advantages are secured te the Planter
with the same expeste af setting- as under the old
system. The nnlvenal aatlsfcetioa given t all
who havo ever tested this swtem is prsof that thia
Is par exeelleno the best that eaa be had.
JHAVR 33 LOTS SITUATED ON TUB UIOII
ground next the NashvHIa Fair Qreuitd, with
fivo minutes' walk of the Street Railroad,
convenient to a SAleadU RftrlBff. with a beautiful
view of Nashville. To any persee who will
pojl'l aneat. haadsosM (at axpestive) BRICK
HOUSE, 1 will make a deed ta ajt 1M by lu
fee, without e barge. Thh prspetTuen open to
not rtbre than eight pertea.
t JUN KIRKMAN.
Nashville. Sept. 3d. mi. s-lm
TIIE AGENCY OF TIIE
HOME INSUB&HCE CO.
Of New York.
Has been transferred to the ndersgBd.
P. P. PBCK".
sep!8-lw 31 QeHege Street.
EOSTER HUOS-, Waolwalt and Retail Deal
era in Qroeenw. Wine. Lliuere, Ctzam,
iutiaeeo, Ao., Jtc, No. 38 west fide of tha Putdw
ST. LOUIS MCTL'ALLIEE INSURANCE
COJII'AXY. O0Ui oru-th. itMM.1
Bank. North Cellefa lrtol. (Ajurttj 1 aUJUC:t
and rapidly inereaaiag, W. V. F. SxwuiK. raddeat
mUKUEVILLE Sc I'ULVIIER. Carpeatefi.
A Contractors, Car Beililw. and Deer Maaufoe
turert. Shop at the Naihrille A Cnattaaega Kil
OH CAKE 9IXL4X.
TniS, TRULY VALUABLE FOOD FOR
Slock, and espeeiatlr fr alleh eews, Is now
manufaetiirMl aad fWsale 1b tats city at the OIL
IACTORY, en Bread street, sear the terser uf
SottHlflALT, the dUttngaisae.1 AgrieeHaral
Cberalit, estimates th Batriawnt of eaepmind at
meal equal t three pouBds ef ears : e 4umt
of oil meal equal te aiae paab af wheat bran;
one pound f 41 zaeal eqaal ta ten peaad .
bar. CartiSaateii af dairvnM aaJ atkenaui Im.
shewn, that hy its use Mrs fW weeka thaauaa
tlty af Bjilkeaa be daabled. 0", !Hm. st?.
aad poultry, as wan as Male aad fafrtee, eat It
with aridity, aad thrives ilffiff$$gT jjj)
PARAMORE. SOWRrU A WILDHR. . S.
CLAIM AGENT, aavereeaaved ta
SO, 23 JSORTJI CHERRY HTREKr,
Wherajhay are prepared ta COLLIWT 6MIM8
AGAINST TIIX UNITKD SfTATKa OOV-
ERNMBNT. far property taken dariag the
war. whether reaeipted for ar Bat. Aim, CaHeet
Baaatint graatedaadartho vattaaa aats ofOea-
gress. Gtve as a a eaJL lut fcfi.
BOOKS AND STAH0NEEY
e$20,000 Worth of Scliool,
JIEDIOAL, LAW. 3IISCELL.VXEOUS
Anil NtnnilnrtI nooka,'
LARGB8T AND M09T BLWANT STOCK
In the dtr; tagetherwMh aspteedtd aad
Conpleto Aaaortiacnt of Sfjttloncrr.
of every jesariptlan. will te Msldvaly sail AT
COST wRMa the next TlHlcTT CAYS
to elo littrtaew.
SpeeUI IsdaaaaMata to City aad Caaatmlaal-
No. 40 Chfrry St.
ALEX & CO.,
(Saeeessrs ta J. A. MaAMetar k tu
Commission and Forwarding
Cotton and Tobacco 'Factors.
COR-BROAD AND COLLBOE STS,
Xaabvlllc. ... TeuneMcr.
Notice to Ktonliltnlflnrx.
Htiavjuw! for :
URiKJTtjKg OF. THE
IU be hald at HxuCm ,'UijisMiir.
Nam GX. mr.r