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Dally, 811: TrMVeckly, 87; Weekly, 8S.
TUESDAY, XOYEHBUR 0, 1800.
Dr. Jo. B. atAUicws, of BdgcfieH, is our
autboritoa acout to receive aad!receipt;for the
l'siv akh AaEBlCUf.
The reader must have observed Uiai inis
BY F. C. DUNNnTGTOK & CO. eeries, which is about being olosed, covers
the whole field of discussion, and leave
very little, if anything, to be naid which has
any important bearing upon the subject.
The writer has evidently given great atten
tion to the matter, and has opened an inter
esting field of inquiry, not only to the peo
ple of Tennessee but of the entire South.
It is impossible to resist the conclusion
that the road of which Mr. DcBovr is
President, is a most important one for the
people of Nashville and -.those .along the
line, and that it should be speedily con
structed. It is an enterprise entirely within
our reach, and our citizens and authorities
should promptly respond. The series of
letters, we learn, will be revised and pub
lished in compact form in his Review, and
Mr. DbBow is about to make a trip North
in the interests of the work.
OUR OUTSIDE l'AOES.
Ft est Paoc Uoraee Greeley on the Great
Issues of our Wh-Another Radical Victory Tho
Late Senator Weioht, of New Jersey, etc.
Focbtr PA9t. History Teaches an Exatnpli
Northern Taskmasters of tho Negroes, etc.
ITEMS OF GENERAL SKWfj.
Go) J dosed in New York yesterday at Ui.
There is to he a convention of the newspaper
ditors of Mtofeeippi, at Yiekitrar?, next Men-
TVas!Sio Iuvixo's eld summer house has
boon sold atauetien for $10
Under anew systeni of culture it bos been
demonstrated that the coffee tree of Brail!, which
usually yields about twenty pounds ofeoCTee annu
ally, on the average, can bo made to yield as high
as mirty-nro pounds.
Albert I'ikk, who is now living at Mem
phis, has fallen a victim to a confidence inan.who
called at his house and succeeded is stealing $509
Ocscral Mahuxe has completed the surveys
and the estimates for tho waterworks at Norfolk.
lac work will eos-t $500,000.
The widow of "Old John Beows" is receiving
aia iron, .gngiand net New England.
Dutch Gap is now much navigated by sail
vessels ami steam tups.
An Ohio man has effected insuraneo on his
life to the amount of $800,000.
TV, n C .. C f , j i .
"i uavo ueen reorganized in
uor. JiuvPiiSETS. of AliuiHippI, ba, vetoed
ttio bill passed by the Legislature "to regulate
Cnal process on judgments and decrees in certain
A tract of rii hundrod acres, in Spfettsyl-
rania, Va has been selected for a Polish colony.
Mrs. Gcscral Graxt is a grand-daughter of
the Rev. Mr. Wben-suaix. tho first Methodist
local preacher licensed west of the Ohio.
The Georgia annual Conference, M, L". Church
meets on the 23d of November.
The Legislature of Mississippi adjourned its
special session on Tuesday night last, at ten
o'clock. It meets again on the third Monday of
A. T. Stewart intends to establish an insti
tution for industrious and reputable sewing and
working girls of the city of New York, where
they can find a pleasant and eomfortablo homo at
a small cost.
The neteriens spiritualist medium. Cokx
Hatch Davie, is a candidate for the Illinois
Stato Legislature from theeity of Chicago.
The New York 'World states that Commodore
Vaxof.bdilt intends to retire from active business
"as soon as he obtains a competence," and then
quietly adds thathis estate is now estimated at
only fifty millions."
General Thomas V. Sweesy, itis said, will be
restored to bis former rank in tbo United Stated
army, on his own application.
It is stated that General Siifjbxa.v will shortly
make a written report on tho Indian depredations
in the West.
Isaac V. Fowler, tbo defaulting and run
away Postmaster of New York, left Mexico on the
8th for the United States, and arrived s.t New
Orleans lost week.
Thostatuo of Beictos will soon bo erected in
Missouri Park, at St. Louis.
At last accounts, the Methodist Centenary
THE MKJII'HI.N JIETKOIOI,ITAX
Our Memphis exchanges of Sunday come
filled with accounts of rare developments of
the official doings of the magnates of the
Metropolitan Bureau in that city.
The Bulletin nays: c
The case of Col. S. L. Beaumont, Superin
tendent of the Metropolitan Police force,
detective A. W. Pratt and Frank Ilorton,
who were arrested on rnday, charged with
fraud, came up for investigation before
Justice Hall yesterday afternoon at three
o clock in the Uommon .Law Court, which
was well filled with interested spectators
during the investigation, which lasted nearly
live hours. 1 he warrant set forth that 6. is,
JJoaUmoill, A. "SV. Tuu and Pnul Horlnn
did combine and conspire to defraud Josenl
Lipari, late a barber on Jefferson street, of a
1 1 1 . AAA .
uiamonu ring vaiucu at 5,uuu,.i goiu watcti
worth and a hank check tor $900.
Col. John Bullock aud Mr. O. Yertrer
appeared for the prosecution, and Col. Dun
can J. Mcllae and Mr. C. S. Cameron for
Appended then is a lengthy detail of the
evidence for which we are unable to find
From the Avalanche we extract the case as
it appeared in evidence pro and con,
A large number of our most respectable
citizens tilled the court-room, and we do not
suppoHe that there were of the whole num
ber a dozen who were not hilly and entirely
i'Trsr. That there was most intimate to-
cial relations existing between Beaumont,
Pratt, Uorton, and other persons whom the
defence now finds it necessary to denounce
as perxons doing or plotting to do high
Second. That the detectives instead of
seeking to prevent crime, were occupied in
instigating it, and by representations of the
immense fortunes to be made; inducing men
to commit forccry, couterfeitinir, smutrulinir
and other high crimes, so that such persons
might be caught in the act, and the detec
tives make money out of them.
Uhird Iliat Ilorton. aims Eaton. Dal ton
or Edmunds, had most confidential relations
with I'ratt and Beaumont, and had some
official connection with them, while he was
subscription had reached the immenso nmmnt of I day after day seeking to cct Lipari and
Tho Lynchburg Jletn&lican thinks, "without
exaggeration, that Lynchburg promises to be tho
most important elty in Virginia in the course of a
- A Milledgovlllc(Ga.) dispatch of tho Jlhsays
"Hon. A. II. Stemiess, In a private letter to a
gentleman in this city, Incidentally allude! to tho
statement published in a Northern Journal regard
ing himself and his brother, in tho matter of tho
Constitutional amendment, an4 characterises it as
utterly without foundation. Ho thinks thoLcgis
laturo should reject the amendment."
In Louisville, on Saturday, J. B. Beau. Con
servative was elected to fill a vacaney in tho Le
Hon. Brx. BnwABoa Gray, formerly t. repre
sentative in Congress from Kentucky, butfir some
years past a resident of Alabama, is nt present in
Louisville, seeking medical advieo.
Tho roeiety of tho Army of the Tonnes fee aro
making notivo preparations to render the Homing
meeting in Cinelnnati, on the 14th inst., a com
plete sueeess. Half-fare arrangements will be
made with the leading railroads. Generals Grant
and Sheruan will be present.
Jeueral Sheridan is removing the vat stores
of munitions of war that have accumulated at
Baton Rouge arsenal, and two vessels hare been
laadod with small arms, and are on the way to
Yesterday was the dny fixed for the
assembling of this body. Thorc was no
quorum present, however, in either House
there being only four or five Senators
present, and about twenty-five Representa
tives. We tmpi080 that each branch will
meet and adjourn from dnv to dnv till
quorums aro obtained.
THE ItA.ETI.nOUE I.lIISltOCI.IO.
It will be Been, from the news we publish
this morning, that the lladicnl revolutionists
in Baltimore have found a base minion,
exercising judicial functions, to set aside
the authority and action of the Chief
Executive, and to order the arrest and im
prisonment of the new Police Commis
sioners. This is flagrant rebellion. The
Legislature rwerved to itself and to tho
Governor, whan it was not in session, tho
exclusive jurisdiction in the appointment
and removal of these Commissioners. Tho
recourse of the old Commissioners, under
tho law, as it comes to us, was to submit to
the action of the Govornor, nud if they felt
aggrieved, to appeal to the Legislature upon
its as.-cmbling. The courts could only be
invoked as a last resort and then only to
determine the constitutionality of the law,
and whether the Governor and Legislature,
one or both, had noted within its provisions
and mandates. If groat and irroparablo
injury was about to otwtie from the action of
the Governor, tho utmost power of the court
would be to grant a temporary injunction
until the whole question could be investi
gated and judicially pronounced uKiil.
Instead of this, these disturbers of the public
repose, these corrupters of the public
morals, these violators of the laws, linve
found a Judge who treats the Governor's
appointees as felons, arrests them as of tho
barest of mankind, ami thnit them into
prison! Whatever may be the protended
justification of this high-handed outrage, it
is without the sanction of law jot precedent
in this country, and takes its place in the
liMory of our limes as an act of despotism un
relieved bv a rfnglo palliating wreu instance.
11. a A 1iMi1t. n
tue judiciary, in any part of the country,
thus early in the process inaugurated by the
Radicals to overthrow the republioan insti
tutions and popular liberties of this country,
lending itself to the aetive werk of over
turning the laws, and we set it down as an
other and alarming slop in the jthway of
revolution, anarchy and desjtisra. If the
people of Maryland "bow thoir necks, the
tyrants will not lose a moment in placing
the yoke upon them.
It is stated that an application would be
maJe yesterday te a member ef the Court
of Appeals for a writ of foems , where
by the question will be brought up for ad
judicationthe action on which may bo re
ceived at a later liowr than at which we
Tiif.uk is a Judge in Maine named Tai--i.kt,
who recently presided at the trial of
certain nioWtes engaged in the dertructioti of
the ofi of the oJBce of the llaBgor l)m
eral, in lttfl. In his elarge to the jury this
learned pundit assumed that individuals,
singly or oollectivrly, had a rfct to doter
iiiine whattmiitttte a HHhsanw, and lbs
alU it at their pltsnwra.
A Strain, Thick, Fat I,ie. A lladiaal
paper says: " Onkderate are again
coining IntoMrttsHIm in tlte rtmete South,
and the 1&MaB&t4 &r revived in North
Carolina that storekeepers advertise that
they will receive them as currency."
scrip, of which the denominations were to
be raised from small amounts to laree sums
by tho forgeries perpetrated by this police
J'ourtli I hat there were intimate and
friendly relations existing between the police
and the parties that they now allege to be
Fifth That the police did try to induce
Lipari to cnirairc in passing forced city serin.
and then arrested him for havintr in his
possession this bonus scrip that had been
given to him.
tsulh rhat contrary to theuBual practice
where parties arc arrested for high crimes,
Lipari was taken to Beaumont's private
residence, deprived of his valuable diamond
rine and a cold watch, and" made to cive a
check for $000 that he had in bank, and was
kept there and handsomely feasted afterward
and then told to leave.
Seventh That Ilorton tried hard to tret
Oshci into the business of passine forced
Eighth That Beaumont commended Ilor
ton to the Southern Hotel as a good man.
A'.i;. Tii.t mt,n uuu Grulla
called on Beaumont and Pratt for Lipari'y
rinc, watch and money, thoy were shown
receipts that had been forced from Lipari.
Tenth liiat I'ratt and liedumont wished
Lipari to report that his watch, ring and
money had been stolen from him so that
his testimony might he shaken if he should
Jueventh Ihat Beaumot. Pratt and Ho
ton dined with, and drank at private fasti
vals, bottles of cliampaigne with tiie men
whom they now allege they knew to be en
caced in felonious nursuits.
IvHjth lhat when Lilian and Grulla de
manded back Eipan'8 property, and it be
came probable that there micht be trouble.
Beaumont went to see Ilorton; had a talk
with him, and Ilorton tried to leave town.
but was caught at the .Memphis and Charles'
ton liailroad depot.
Thirteenth That Beaumont did not make
a record of Lilian's arrest, nor of his dis
charge, nor of tho property taken from him
as me ordinary practice.
From the course of the investigation, it is
pretty evident that the defenses set up will
i'lr That the Lipari and Omers aro had
fellows, and the police were not inducing
them to commit crime, but only trying to
lcrrct something out.
c 1 mi . v . .
oeoonu inai imparl Know mat scrip
which he sold toToof, Phillips & Cirode, for
?,l,UUd, Us nominal value being i 1,000, was
bogus, when he took it from Ilorton, lleau
mom s "good man. '
Tltird That Beaumont took tho diamond
ring, the gold watch and the check for$000,
from Liimri the whole being worth some
three thousand dollars to make good the
loss of Tocf. Phillips & Cirode in tho tmr-
1 . -
cuasc ot iiitecn Hundred dollars worth of al
tored City Scrip.
It will readily occur to every one. that if
1.1 PA it! and others were sueh bad fellows,
1IKAU.MOXT, l'KATT and JIORTOX. need not
have associated, dined and drank bottle of
champagne so much with them. If Bk.ii'
mont look three thousand dollars worth of
diamond ring, gold watch and moncv, and
only gave Tool. PjULLira it Cikoiik fifteen
hundred dollars worth, he made a good thing
of it. If Beaumont knew that Lipari. at
tho instigation of IIoutox, had passed bogus
scrip, no suouiu nave arrested ooiu oi mem.
It lie knew that l.ir.uu had been guiltv of
1-1 1111 . 'w
a iiigu crime, ue uau no wiMness to let l.l-
l'Aiti go. and no business to compound
felony by iwying fifteen hundred dollars loss
of Toof. Phillips fc Cikoiul out of the
three thousand dollars worth of propel ty
ikmi irom l.lPAlti.
IIomicipk ix Mai'ky Cou.vtv. On
Tuesday last, near WillianMport, in this
county, ii.liam IlLACKmmx wss shot.
and instantly killed bv S. J. Choatk. The
facts, as we lenrn them, are a follows: At
amau Young, a Deputr Sheriff of thecemn
ty, had jdaeetl in his hands a capiat for the
arrest ot lil.ACKHURX, who was charged
with murder. Mr. Young was informed
that BLACKni'RX had sworn that no officer
should take him. As a matter of precaution
therefore, he had Mr. Ciioate siHeiallv
deputised to accompany and asmst him in
making the arrest. It turned out that this
precaution was well taken, as Blackpukn
did resist the arrest, and was attempting to
hoot the Sherifl) when he himself was shot
nv .Mr. UIGATU. Mamv Jitrttdi.
Tin: Legislature of Mississippi has passed
a bill to furnish every maimed soldier with
an artificial limb; also an net legalizing the
asMsoment of lands in this State, as though
ihe books had been delivered to the Auditor
within the time proscribed by law, provided
they are delivered by the lth of November.
Mowv AT THE GilAVK, of AsiiBY. The
Winchester JNW, in its aoewMt of the dedi
esstiWi of the Stotiowe.ll Cemetery, says :
CnloHel John S. Mosbv, was present and
acted as a nsanshal. He looks remarkably
well, and from every indioatioH it would
apear he has many more oampaigiH in him
We were wiseh stmek by a negro I errant
of General AMiBY's iktntly at the grave.
He wept profusely as the remains of liis
former master were being lowered in the
GOV. SnVAXVS COMMISSIONERS AXD
TIIE SIIEUIFF SEXT TO JAIIt
The Louisville Cburier'a dispatches give
the following from Baltimore :
FIRST APrAIlAXCE OF JUIXJE BOND IN
TIIE HOLE OF DANIEL.
The following is the reply which Judge
Bond made to "the application of the State
Attorney for a bench warrant for the arrest
of Messrs. Valient ami Young: "As the
State Attorney for Baltimore city, it is your
duty to bring to the notice of the court the
very grave tacts you have just mentioned
It is the only tribunal here charged with
the punishment of crime and the preserva
tion of the peace. Whatever powers it has
for these purposes should be immediately
exercised to prevent violence, whicli you
suggest is contemplated. It is not our duty
to determine the questions in dispute be
tween those claiming to the office of Police
Commissioners ; but it ought not to be truth
fully said that in the government ho long
established as thatjof Maryland, the only
way to obtain possession of an office is by
force of arms. The courts are open, and an
appeal to them can speedily be heard and
all official rights determined. This kind is
an unlawful assembly, and the parties en
gaged in it arc guilty of a breach of the
peace and must be immediately arrested.
All the power of this court shall be exer
cised with vigor and promptness to prevent
such a violation of law, and the public peace
shall be preserved at all hazards.
The facts that persons claiming rightfully
to be policecommifsioners are about to place
persons on the streets as police officers,
charged with the duty of preserving the
public peace, is calculated to alarm the pub
lic mind. The dred of a collision between
the two forces, and of an ultimate armed
conflict, will fill the minds of peaceable and
crder-loving citizens with terror. It is im
possible that this should be allowed if the
law can-prevent it, and the warrant yon wk
THE COURTHOUSE r-BELIMINAUY SKIRMISH
At half past one o'clock a few regular po
lice appeared in the vestibule of the court
house, and commenced at once ejecting the
sheriff's posse, who were crowding up the
stairway from the south entrance. In the
sheriff's office, above, a scufle ensued, and
for a time there was considerable confusion
and much threatening language used, many
spectators becoming alarmed and made a
hasty exit from the building, causing much
BRILLIANT PASSAGE AT ARMS TIIE MAR
SHAL BOUTS THE SHERIFF.
Presently the new commissioners were
seen approaching the north entrance of the
building, on Lexington street. They had
scarcely entered the tuilding when Marshal
Cakmiciiael appeared, coming from the di
rection of the central police station, at the
head of a large body of policemen, who
made a rapid entrance, and in a few mo
ments cleared the sheriff's men out of the
THE VICTORS AT HOME GRAND TRIUMPHAL
On entering the criminal court a deputy
8herifl"appeared and announced that the
bench warrant for the arrest of Valient
and Youno had been served, and in a few
minutes thereafter the sheriff appeared with
Messrs. valient aud YouKQ in custody,
MAGNANIMOUS SCENE TIIE GRAND INQUI
The court informed them that there would
be an opportunity afforded them to procure
counsel; Messrs. isCHLEY and L.ATROBB ap
peared and inquired for the affidavit upon
which the arrest had been made.
The State Attornov briefly recited the evi
dence that had been given by the witnesses
upon whose testimony the bench warrants
for the arrest had been issued.
I li a fwnnsnl tVtt flirt nnnf rnn ttt i sainn ore
Messrs. Schley and LATROBi"then pro
ceeded to argue that the arrest wa.s an unwar
ranted one. their clients were the dul j com
missioned Uominissioners ot Jfolice, and
were exercising only their legal authority.
Judge Bond has just given his decision.
and orders that each of the "parties be re
quired to give hail in the sum ol bzo.UUU to
keep the peace toward the board ot police ot
the city of Baltimore, bheritt Thompson
was also required to give bail in the same
It is understood that all parties refused
to give bail, and it is expected that they will
be committed. There arc reports that they
- ! i .iipoul to I j- on. kjAXtxtv t7 Isc
leased from custody.
A STREET SCENE,
The new police officers have disappeared
from the streets; some have been arrested,
Vll is quiet, but the deep interest manifested
in large crowds ol people oi: the streets,
eagerly discussing affairs and speculating as
to the future. The old board of police have
ordered the closing of all taverns and places
where liquors are sold.
IN TIIE DUNGEON.
The parties have been committed to jail,
having refused to give the required bail. It
is now rumored that martial law will be de
clared by General Canby
4:45 p. M. It is not true that General
Canby proposes declaring martial law. The
General sent for Mayor Chapman and the
Police Commissioners, and they had a very
pleasant interview with the General at his
headquarter a few moments ago. He
simply desired to be informed by them of
the condition of atlairs, and as to the citv
commissioners. Hines and Woods informed
the General that they had extra force on
duty, and had closed all taverns and grog
shops, and were arresting all disorderly
persons. Ihat they had so lar succeeded m
preventing any outbreak, and fully expected
to be able to do M.
With this statemcntjthe General seemed to
be entirely satistied, and the commissioners
and Mayor Chapman returned to their
It is supposed that the next steps to be
taken bv the counsel for Messrs. Valient
and Young will be to get out a writ of
habeas corpux, which will bring the whole
question belorc the courts, the writ, how
ever, can scarcely be obtained before Monday
A SIDE REMARK.
The charge upon which Sheriff Thomp
son was brought before Judge Bond, was
that of contempt in having disregarded the
order of the judge forbidding him to swear
in his ossc to aid and support the claims of
A LI ext and iouso. lie was committed
for contempt of court, in default of 25, 000
SCENE THE LAST.
The commissioners and the sheriffhave
just been sent to jail. Some excitement and
riotous demonstrations occurred in the
neighborhood of newspaper offices upon the
announcement of the proceedings in the
court, but the police promptly ended the
matter by arresting the parties. It is be
lieved that the whole affhir will now pass
off without any serious breach of the peace.
G P. M. : The city is perfectly quiet. The
excitement has greatly subsided. The po
lice arc maintaining the best order, and
there is no longer any grounds for appre
As it is a subject of much discussion at
what time the writ will be returnable, it may
be. well here to quote ihe law of Maryland
on the subject of the habeas corpus. Section
4, of act A'i says that the officer having the
parly, serving out the writ, shall, within
three days after such service make return of
the writ and cause of the person detained to
be brought before the court or judge, accord
ing to the command of the writ.
If this discretionary power of the warden
to retuni tiie writ within three days should
be availed of, it is supposed the parties may
not get a hearing before Tuesday or Wed
nesday morning. It is not known what
course the warden of the jail will take if the
parties should be brought before Judge Bar
The Sheriff not heeding the warning, was
quietly arrested and brought before the
court on this warrant.
Criminal Court of Baltimore, SeptcmbenJerm,
18CG, Stale of Maryland, to Coroner Shanhlin,
of Baltimore eily, greeting: We com
mand you that you take the body
of-Win. Thompson and have him immedi
ately hffore the courthonse, to answer the
charge of being engaged in an unlawful as
sembly, and meeting together with unknown
persons to the number of one hundred or
more. Witness the Hon. Huan L. Bond,
Judge of the said Court. Issued thi day
of November, 18CG- John R. Askew, Clerk
of the Criminal Court of Baltimore.
The city continues remarkable quiet, and
with the exception of small gatherings of
people, quietly dtfecussing tlfe situation, and
the numerous rumors in circulation, there is
nothing noticeable out of the ordinary course
of events. It is rumored, and probably cor
rect, that Governor Swann proceeded to
Washington this morning. '
The writ of habeas corpus lias uot been
served, but will be to-morrow moring. It is
returnable immediately; and the friends of
the newly appointed Commissioners claim
that the warden will have to make his re
turn immediately. .
Baltimore, Nov. 4. Itis currently re
norloil that there will be a new set of iudpes
of election announced to-morrow morning as
appointed by the new (Jommissionere.
The registers of voters, it is also reported,
have determined to return their lists onlv
to those who shall be appointed by Governor
swax.ss Commissioners. If this be so
there wilt be fresh complications.
There is no doubt that theold police board
will arrest all persons awmn ng any capaci
ty by the authority of the newly appointed
Baltimore, November 4 Midnight.
Gen. Grant has arrived, aud the police
commissioners with their counsel 'are now
holding an interview with him.
Washington, D. C, November 4.
The President, Gen. Grant, Gov. Swann,
Secretary Staunton, and Attorney General
Ejtanberry had, it is said, a conference to
day, on the subject of allairs in .ualtimjgc.
ai is generally oeuevau mai ine iroons in
Washington are now under marching orders
to proceed to Baltimore, in case their pre
sence mere sliould be deemed necessary to
preserve the peace.
six thousand miles with as many to popu
lation as Florida, about two thousand five
hundred miles, withtas many, to wealth as
Vermont, about twoTthousand five hundred
miles. ' P
The actual outlay upon roads up to 1SGG
Georgia - - ..
The whole railroad
United States rose from
investment of the
Tilt DiSFAKlltS OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Therefore it may be assumed that at the
present moment fifteen hundred millions of
dollars have been the investments of the
American people in railroads, a sum which
is equal to nerly four times the value of the
entire property of the State of-Tennessee
real, personal and mixed. The Southern
States have expended nearly three hundred
millions, which is, by the way, only equal to
a single cotton crop."
What the earnings of all these roads in
passengers, freight and mail carriage may
be we are uninformed, but the aggregate
upon eighteen of the chief roads at the
North was in 1865 about $100,000,000. The
New York roads earned gross S,000 per
mile. Upon the average of half of this
amounl the total earnings of the country
would be $135,000,000. It more probably
In Great Britain the figures are:
Miles. Passcncrri. Kcceipt
IBIS o.l27 57.j,0;0 9.90.VT0
IStt 8.S0 11S.535.155 21.507.39y
15(32 11.561 180.120.OS5 29,030.100
I close this letter the last but one, of the
scries with the remark, that he is indeed
blind to what i3 happening all around and
ignorant of the true grit and manhood and
energy of the Anglo-Saxon race of this con
tinent, who conceives to-day, any more than
he would have conceived ten years ago, that
we are at the end ratherthan in the meridian
of this immense and growing power.
ucv. jr. n.
athikii tdiived v.n.
rrtoai sew OKXEAXS.
3Iorc Trlbimo Sensational Stories.
New York, Nov. 5. The Tribune's New
Orleans special says: It is stated on very
good authority that the President ha3 order
ed General Sheridan not to make any arrests
under Grant's famous order, which affects
forty-four persons accused of committing
murders on the 13th of July, in this city.
It is well known that affidavits were placed
in Gen. Sheridan's hands over two months
ago, accusing certain parties of murder. The
above accounts for hii not acting in the
The appointment of Judge Morgan, a no
torious Copperhead, as United States District
Attorney, will effectually prevent the prose
cution of numerous parties held for trial by
the United States Commissioners under tho
civil rights bill.
Official information was received by Gen.
Sheridan yesterday of numerous murders
committed against Union meii in the Parish
of St. Landry.
Gen. Sheridan leaves for Texas to-morrow
on important business. He will be ab
sent four or five days.
From the I'nr AVest.
New York, Nov. 5. The Tribune's
Lawrence special says (hat the party of forty
who attacked Cols. Phillips and Goss, while
surveying in the Indian country, were
headed by one John Britton, who hod a
grudge against Col. Goss. The latter is re
ported mortally wounded, and Col. Phillips
killed, as were also one or two of the attack
A party of English noblemen who were
without a guide have not been heard from,
and are supposed to have been captured by
A Cheyenne peace council will be held
night wb attacked with paralysis. of the
right-Videi A reportfof his deathjhas just
reached here,lut iti3 not yet fully authenticated.
By the Cable.
Madrid, Nov. 5. The Queen of Spain
has made an offer to the Pope of a residence
at Granada. Spanish vessels of war are
placed at his disposal in case of omergoncy.
Constantinople, Nov. 5. United States
squadron is expected in Turkish waters.
St. Pe tersrurg, Nov. 5. The war is re
newed in Bokoharo, and the Russian forces
have besieged and taken the city of Ulurba.
Gen. Grant's Visit to Baltimore.
Baltimore, Nov. 5. Gen. Grant's visit
to this city is understood to have been for
the purpose, in his capacity of private
citixen. of preserving the pence, and make
the following propositions to the Police
Commissioners: First, that each of the Com
missioners cause separate polls to be opened
in the several election districts, and receive
such votes as may bcxlecided legal by their
judges of elections, and have these votes
classified and testified to the State Registor
and Congress. The Police Commissioners
respectfully declined to entertain this propo
sition, as it would be contrary to the election
laws of the State.
New York, Nov. 5. A special to the
Commercial from Baltimore, says: The Po
lice Commissioner's difficulty has been ar
ranges, uy uen. urrnt. ine old commis
sioners are to appoint one Democratic judge
iu the precinct, to see that ballot boxes are
provided for the reception of the rejected
voies of registered voters. The law courts
arc to finally decide the legality of these
votes. Ihe votes of the btate omccrs are to
be certified to the State Legislature, and the
votes for members of Congress will bo re
turned to Congress. The feeling is now
ON I'ltlBAY. MEII INST., AT COL. OWEN'S
remdence, feur miles west of Nashville. I will
sell twenty Mitch Cows, Hores. Wagons. liar.
Oats. Cora ami Fodder, .Blacksmith tvak. and
all funning utensils.
Sale to begin at 16 oeteek, a. St.
nv-8t. J. a D ARROW.
To Nashville Business Men.
TEXXIiSKUE CEXTOAI, OR PACIFIC
The ast Amount of Capital Invested
lit Ilnllroads mi Kvidcnco of
their Product iyciiCHH.
SIR. debow's LETTERS NO. XVI.
wncn a ranroau is proposed to be con
strncted, ninety-nine in the hundred of the
people from whom the means are to be
drawn, looking upon the great array of justice, and in a spirit of conciliation, forcet-
figures which are piled up, and conipre-1 tinjthe angry passions and embittered feel-
The Paris, West Tennessee Intelligencer, of
Saturday last, announces the withdrawal of
Col. H. W. Wall from iu corps editorial,
and the accession of Gen. J. D. C. Atkins.
Col. W. goes Southward in search of a
warmer climate, on account of his health.
Gen. Atkins is so well and favorably known
in Tennessee, as a lawyer, politician and
member of Congress, both at Washington
and Richmond, that it is unnecessary to
speak of him further. lie closes his salu
tatory with the following reference to pre
We are ah intense Confederate, that idea
is in the grave, we cow acknowledge the
entire supremacy of the authority of the
United States Government, and in the name
of justice and the Constitution, we demand
its protection, and equal privileges. Those
who deny the right of the Southern States to
representation and their people to equal im
munities, arc rebels to the Government
which our fathers established, and while
they would attempt to disfranchise or dis
able any portion of our people by constitu
tional amendments, andstatutory enactments.
they at the same time, strike a death blow to
the principles upon which free government
alone can stand.
We invoke the lovers of liberty of peace
the friends of Union, everywhere, to yield
to the logic of truth and the persuasions of
bending the vast amount of money which
will be needed are ready enough to pro
nounce it to be impeachable. It is submit
ted to every intelligent reader if this is not
the common experience. I here never is
money enough in the country or within con
trol to carry through any large enterprise.
and yet the money in the end comes ; comes
from somewhere, it is often dimcult to tell
how and the work is accomplished. What
the multitude prove to be impossible, some
two, three, or four persons, (often a single
individual) by their sagacity, their will and
purpose boldly attack and carry through
It is not an array that 1 want," said the
old Napoleon when meditating a great en
terprise, it is a man ! '
When it was proposed in New Orleans to
build the road to Jackson and to Tennessee.
a large capitalist, who subsequently became
a leading promoter ot tue work, said, in con
versation, "we cannot lurnish the means
the road, besides, is not wanted, the Missis
sippi is railroad enough for us," and another
citizen, an old merchant and railroad man
besides, eluded the writer of these papers
tor lus rhetorical exaggeration In a speecli,
when he said "the New Orleans would, in
less than five years, contribute millions for
railroans, which in fact she did.
In the interest of these movements, I
traveled through the States of Mississippi
and Tennessee in 1851. in company at times
with other gentlemen, and addressediUhe
people at everv cross road, town and village.
There were no railroads among us at that
time, and the sturdy farmers of the interior,
who clustered together to hear us talk about
them, evinced, by their looks, the incredulity
of the King of Sian, when assured by the
missionaries that in lucir country water
would sometimes become hard enough to
walk upon. Ihey treated us with respect.
which is natural at the South, but made
merry enough when they got together, as we
olten heard, over our "iron horse ' which
was to go galloping over their hills and
rivers, regarding it sater and wiser to rely
upon tue old lastiioned mule team and ox
gear, and yet these very men, in time, voted
their money and gave their lauds, and to-day
realize all the great advantages of having
The remarks which were made will I hope
re-assure any nervous person who has ascer
tained that iu is expected to raise, for the
purpose oi anoiner road in icnncssee, in
the next few years tho grand amount of S5,'
000,000; an amount, however, which is but
a little over one per cent, in the dollar of the
property of the State, and but one-sixth of
what was expended in Tennessee, in the
eight years which preceded the war,
Ihe same nervous individual will be
further assured by the figures which will
now be furnished in illustration of railroad
history and iu evidenco of the fact that thoy
are sources ol growing revenue to the
I lie sums expended in the past upon
railroads, thoutrh realized in nart from Innd
holders and city property holders, from cor-
.? l e . .. i . i
jKjrauuu uuu iruiu ounu suuscripuons nave,
t i . i . . ' i , ,
wiiLii iiiu wnuiu uouiurv is consiuereu, ueen
mainly contributed by capital, seeking the
best and most profitable investments and
without heart or interest beyond If then
shrewd, calculating and selfish men, have
been willing to put millions of their reve
nues and earnings into such adventures,
rather than into bank, factories or other
stocks, the demonstration is perfect that
they are found to be paying aud profitable
It is scarcely thirty-five years since the
hrst whistle of the locomotive was heard in
America, a period so short as to be within
the memory of even young men, and yet
what has been the increase:
wgs"Wlucli tue war awakened and kindled.
come together animated by the simple sen
timents of how this unhappy strife can be
best and soonest ended, the people reconciled
the Union perpetuated and the States, one
and an, once more sovereign and indepen
dent, within their constitutional sphere. If,
however, these great objects cannot be ob
tained short of more blood, then may they
wtio sow the whirlwind reap its fury.
The Columbia Ileratd says the names of
Nat. Jones, Nimrod Porter, W. J. An
drews, John Witiierspoon and W. Wood,
are spoken of as suitable Conservatives to
fill the place lately vacated in the Legisla
ture by Arnell. But little interest is man
ifested by the reople. This is a grcas wrong
to themselves and the country. If this is
now, and is to continue to be a government
of popular liberty, the people must take an
interest in its affairs.
These roads were divided among the seve
ral sections of the country, in 136G, as fol
Ull.llU.'t Al HAtHl.MiHU. i JIHej of
ashinoton, ov. 3. Much solicitude l"Sd-
naturally prevails here concerning the trou- SKS5
bled condition of aflairs in Baltimore. It is I Western States 13.S11.3
reported that troops were to be -sent to that Jseutbern Mates- iss.a
ncignooriioou, 10 oc reauv in case ol any
emergency, and if there shall be any hostile
ticmonira!ions on me part ot the citizen,
the United States authorities will interfere,
and declare the city under martial law, for
the purpose of preserving the peace.
The Maryland troubles were again under
consideration by the President. General
Grant was also present at the Cabinet meet-
ing. There is undoubtedly a difference of
umimvm no iu mi; fwiii si miiuji uic x'euerai
authorities shall interpose in the difficulty,
which the dispatches announce as assuming
a more serious aspect.
Washington, Nov. 4. General Grant
and the President were closeted with Secre
tary bTANTON for an hour on the Baltimore
question. It is lle determination of the
Government to use all its power to rtrcvent
.. .1 V r r
uhj nuinu uuiurwk; n loumi necessary, to
mat ltnlltmnM iinT. 1 1
troops have been sent there, and none are
likelv to be
THK SITUATION ON SUNDAY.
Baltimore. Nov. 1. T1h rmmul fnr
Gov. Swann's newly appointed commission
ers have made application lo Judge Barton,
of the Court of Appeals, for a writ of Aakn.
f7'"f o bring before him the parties now
held in custody bv the war,! nf it..
H under the onkr of Judge Bond, of the
unminai vearu up to present writing this
wnt hat not been served on the warden of
the Jill, and as this is Knmlsr ft nnnni L.
Berred until Sfonday. i
TotalinclailVotlicrs30,(3I.G 1.7S7.0S1 31.22J.1S6
A. more interesting exhibit will, however.
be made, when it is shown what proportion,
in each section, the miles of railroad bears
to area, population and wealth.
One mllo of railroad to
A fortnight ago reference was made in
this paper to the apathy which seemed to
prevail among the Conservatives in regard to
the Legislative elections. It was urged in
strong terms, that they idiould nominate re
liable candidates, qualify voters under the
franchise law, and poll every vote. It has
not been done, and the consequence is that
tire returns from various counties show the
election of the Radical, candidates. We can
make allowance for the repugnance which
the people feci to Ihe franchise law, but is it
wise for those who are being beaten to the
earth under tho blows of tyranny to lie su
pine and suffer themselves to be bound hand
and foot ? Does it become- men who have
been free, and cherish the hope to be oO
again ? We cannot so see it. There are not
five counties in the State in which, if the
proper efforts were made, true Conservatives
could not be returned to the Legislature. It
has been done twice in Davidson county
within a month. It could have been done in
Sumner, Smith, Bedford, Hamilton and
Carter. If, "however, the people of these
counties, and those yet to elect on the loth
of this month, see fit to let the elections go
by default, and commit the destiny of the
State to Radical management, so be it. The
view that matters have become so bad, that
it is best td permit them to go on from bad
to worse, may be a wise one. It may be the
true policy to allow the farce of the fran-
olibo law to be fully exhibited. In its very
shameletsneis and utter mockery of re
publicanism, it may be that its true correc
tive is to be found. We have, however, at
tempted to read the signs and faithfully in
dicate them, and must say that in the defeat
of Balie Peyton, and other sound and
true men, who.have consented to stand be
fore the people as candidates, and the elec
tion of such men as arc being ncrmitled to
defeat them, we see nothing but evil.
The Memphis and Little Rock Rail
road. The Memphis Bulletin, of Sunday,
"General Forrest and Mr. James Me.
Greener (an old railroad contractor) have
undertaken to finish the "second division"
of the Memphis and Little Rock road from
Madison to Duvall's Bluff, forty-five miles.
by the 1st of January, 1SGS. This contract
includes tiie masonry for the bridge across
White river. The estimated cost of the work
is $400,000. The railroad company furnishes
the iron. That portion of the road between
Memphis and the St. Francis river, forty
miles, will be in perfect order bv the 1st of
January next ; that between Duvall's Bluff
and Little Rock is finished, trains passing
over it daily.
in tins city there have recently been
raised four hundred and twentv-seven thou.
sand dollars. Seventy thousand more are
required to complete the subscription Presi
dent Bkinkley undertook to secure in
Memphis. This effected, the Little Rock
road is done with. Thenceforward it will
Gen. Tirnut to Interest Illinsrlf In the
Muddle Juarez Said to be Opposejl to
fllvlngr Up Any Jlexlcan Territory.
New York, No v. 5. The Herald's Wash
ington special says it is probable that Gen.
Grant has at lost, per instructions of tiie
President, taken up the Mexican question,
and will push tho matter with his usual zeal
and earnestness, so far as he may be author
rized. On Saturday morning he invited Senor
Romero to his headquarters for a confiden
tial interview, which meet took place and
lasted for some time.
A staff meeting was held at Gen. Grant's
headquarters after the departure of Senor
Romero this morning, but what connection
this may have with the Mexican question
is at present merely conjecture; but it is
stated and believed that the Mexican ques
tion has been re-opened with France, al
though it stands without change as last pub
lished, where the note from Druyn De
L'huys placed it.
The Government is wailing to sec how
the French act up to the first of the coming
year, and if at that time it is seen that there
e .t- . i .i
is no iaiui tiiuuucu, oru lenueney iu uupu
city, then such action will be forcibly re
commended as will insure our interests and
feelings to be respected. .
President Juarez has written a letter, in
which he again asserts his unwillingness to
consider any projects looking to a cession of
the ."Northern btatcs ot Mexico to the United
States; furthermore, it is known that some
three years ago Don Joso Domingo Cortez
came to this city and proposed, before the
execution, the annexation to the United
States of Chihuahua and the States of Mexi
co on the Pacific coast, in order, as he said, to
free them from French intervention, and that
Juarez instructed Senor Romeo to officially
deny that Cortez had any right to make any
Head-Hoards for the Graves ot Union
Soldiers Army Appointments.
New York, Nov. 5. The Tribune's
Washington special says: The Government
having determined to perpetuate the. last
resting place of our soldiers to the utmost
extent possible, the War Department has
called for 75,000 iron head-boards for Nation
al Cemeteries. Each head-board is to be
nine inches wide by twelve long, with nn
inscription, bearing the name, company,
regiment and corps of the sleeper beneath,
with the date of his death.
Charles Whittlesey, of New York city,'
late Assistant Adjutant General to General
Wright, has be:h appointed Captain in the
Gen. Francis B. Fcssenden, son of Senator
Fessenden, of Maine, who lost a leg during
the war, has been made a Brigadier General
in the regular army, and placed on the re
Dr. A. E. Davis, of Lancaster, Ohio, has
been appointed Commissioner for the State
of Tennessee, to investigate the claims of
Washington, Nov. 5. The The Mexican
Minister 1ms received a letter from Vera
Cruz, dated 25th of Oetobor, by way of New
Orleans, stating that the Emperor Maximi
lian left the city of Mexico on the 23d inst.,
resigning verbally in favor of General
New York, Nov. 5. A private dispatch
was received in this city, and quotes West
ern mixed corn at Liverpool, on Saturday,
November 3d. at 33s. Cd.
l'KOJI XI'AV OULEAXK.
The Mississippi Cotton Crop
New Orleans, Nov. 5. Brevt. Iajor
General Wood, Assistant Superintendent of
the Freedmen's Bureau for Mississippi says
the cotton crop will be considerably less
than the cost of production, and anticipates
much privation therefrom. He also pro
nounces the statement false that a sale of
negroes took place near Brookhavcn.
Brevet Major General Weaver, command
ing the District of Louisiana, is also made
Acting Commander of the Freedmen's Bu
reau for Louisiana.
Covtrovcrsy between Secretary Harlan
mil (Sen. Etvinr.
Washington, Nov. 5. It will be recollect
ed that several days ago, thcjEx-Secretary of
the Interior, Mr. Harlan, published a defence
of his sale of the Cherokee neutral lands to
the American Emigrant Company, of Con
necticut. This morning General Thomas
Ewing replied to that gentleman, denying
that he stated to Mr. Harlan that if these
lands were sold as the lands of the Sacs and
Foxes,he and his friends could make money
out of the transaction. The main point in
the protest of himself and John W. Wright,
attorney for the Cherokee Indians, against
the sale, was that, according to the treaty,
if the lands were to be held at all, without
appraisment, and advertisement and compe
tition bids, tiiey were to be sold in a body
Tiie jHurfreesboro Monitor
IS ONE OF THE
IlEHr ADVS:ttTISiXG 2IEDIV2IH IX
BBDTU PtfBLISUKD IN ONE OF THE
wealthiest dntrletsef the State, ami bavin? a
lsrire ami Increasing eireulstien in Hutherfnrd
awl adtecest eoUBtie.
BttalneH raeewho tl scire nn excellent sdver
ins nmlinm emmet 6ml a better one than the
H. C. MacLACOHLIN'.
Grand Irish National Demonstration
MAS OHIO HALL,
Turadny Evening, Xov. O. 1SGG.
nOME. ALL FKIENDS OF IRISH FREK-
J doui. and all who favor the vidieatioa of
American eituenship abroad.
Irishmen Tho British Canadian ofteials bare
exhibited ia the sentence of tho prisoners at IV
ronto. their thirst fur IrLOi blood, and throw out
the challenge to the Irish heart and arm in the
United States which it is our duty to Ireland, and
to the historic bnve of our race, to accept, with
all its issues and conjequenoes.
Americas Fbrrxex Uritish tribunal ignore
the prerogatives, and Canadian flunkies trample
and scoff the immunities of our citizenship.
Let our protect thunder out to them and to the
Statu Department at Washington.
Gen. O'Neill: A. J. Fletcher, Secretary of State;
Col. Starr, of Ltuitvilte: lien. V. It- Kates; B. li.
JMeCIanatian, . Clare, . J. llaynee, and others
trill nddre the hmIhw.
Front ettta reserved for ladief. Admiteion
Corner College and 1'nloii Street.
inn BA1TOE1S MASON'S SUPERIOR
1UU li-EXTCOKY i-JLOUK,
SMITlr. I'AKKS A STARK.
nov-3 Xa. 5 Market MrecL
A NO. ONB BOOK-KHBPIR. ADDRESS
, , St CJd.JItiel.
aNae bt Ihat tbortrerMr eewyetcDt need
THE BUJKOT MSTllIOr.
'PHK PARTY WHO BID OFF A ?RUIOH
J. of the eichly-ujn fe;t ofrHKl DaJrfcfc
street, between tbe PaWk Square al Ctwiy
street, at our tale on the lllh ef SeptMater NSM.
'havlne felled t eeatply wilk the letw ef aafs.
we will asaia offer the whole proertr, at puMte
auction, on Saturday next, the mh nuL. at 11
a eloefc. The roend on both sraea of it. havfeff
been made vacant by the recent fir, trill tfcortiy
bo improved by the erection of modem and at
tractive building, which will (really euhnaco
the value of property on this street. It irwuM be
well fcr those who desire to rarest ia eorteal elty
property that will always cenBaad aMth rent,
to attend this sale, as it sxwitirely will be sold
without reserve. Terms taade known n taoday
CAI.LKNDKK A OARfttCTT.
(B) Real Krto. Ageat.
It. C. TIIOMIVSOX
fOULD INFORM HIS FRIENDS AND
i the public that he has juet fitted up and
onencd nn eleeant Restaurant over his Saloon.
where eentleaien will find at all times not only
the best the home market affords, but also the
best of everything from a distance. Havlne pro
cured the terriees of a first-rata cook, and from
my Ions experience in hotel business, I foci eon
fidentofbeiceabloto please customers.
Fresh Oysters received dally: served in any
style. Fresh game always on hand.
R. G. THOMPSON.
PARNSWOETH & CLARK,
Corner Cherry aud Union Sis.
Farms, &e.9 For Sale.
OIX niTNDRKD AND FORTY aer: of laad on
O thehead wators ofSotith itarpota. at Wttlfem
son county, in Civil District No. 1. No MMftfewa
raents. Heavily timbered. Cheap.
A maai&eeBt and Bradaetivo CettoaPtaatatlaei
in Russell eouaty. AUu. cwutahMB bWurw.
well improved. atftilMXJO cadi. Meal late year
Ninety -eight and a half acres of laad. fowrteea
miles from Nashrille. on the LoatmMo and
Nashrillo Railroad, with no inprovoumtfe worth
mentkmiac. offered at a bargaiB. Alee. oa Ima
dred and three acre, in the mm acigheorhil.
and both tracts first r4e soil.
Seventeen aeres on Brick Charea Piho. two aatl
a half miles from Nashville, at a tftn lwai
"low down." A choice tfwt for home aad ? sa
lable and fruit garden.
A splendid place, hirbly miprov, on the Hat
latin pike, eontaiHins; six aerw of imiad. aaod
dwelling and every coealbrt needed. A rift-lav
bargain can be picked up if immeJinlo nMi
tion is raatle.
Seres hundred acres nf land ia Weak lev oaaw
tr. Tens., on tho road from Dresden to Tray, at
316 per acre.
Several other places n diaVraat aottiaaa af the
country, iacludiiic some deairablo tMta of huati
on the Cumberland M m n lata, MiitaWe far hwft.
wooi-srrawiair. we. a. .xuvs Jr.
Real BMate A goats. Cherry siroOA.
ri'IIRKK COTTAOBS IN WKST NASHVILLK.
I with water prirttoges. Rent. $15 per Mrtti.
tn ad ranee. Apply aa the premises, or f
P. L. NICHOU
noT lw At the Coartheasa.
Dry A'urse Wanted.
A COLORKD GIRL. ABOUT FOURTKKN
XV or r lttecH yean of aire wanted at a :
Tiie Sltnntlou on Monday.
Baltimore, Nov. 5. In the Court of
Appeals this forenoon Mr. Latrobe, on
behalf of the new Commissioners, announced
that tho writ of habeas corpus had been served
on the warden of the jail this morning, and
added that he had just learned that the
warden had been at the court house without
the prisoners; that in reply to an inepjiry
made of him lie had said his means of con
veyance were exhausted, and that he had
come hither to get a supply.
Mr. Latrobe added in a sarcastic strain
that he thought there were other Iiacli stands
nearer the jail than the Circuit Court room.
He would not say whether this was or was
not merely a continuation of the efforts of
the other side to consume time. He did
think, however, it looked like it.
Judge Eartol reminded the counsel that
the warden was not obliged to make a return
instantly. The law gives three days in
which to make his return.
Mr. Schley said that he considered that
the intent of the law in this particular case
wasj that three days should be the utmost
limit, and unless there was unavoidable im
pediments, he was bound to produce the
prisoner without delay.
Judge Cartol said the writs were issued by
him at five o'clock on Saturday evening, but
it appeared that for some reason they were
not served until this morning,
Mr. Sehler begged that the court would
give reasonable time further for the warden
to make his return and produce the prison
11:30 a.m. The prisoners not appearing,
Mr. ilornitz, on behalf of the sheriff, said :
"We have now waited one and a half hours
after the hour named for the return of the
writ. It was evident that the warden was
seeking a pretext for delay; lie therefore, on
behalf of his client, the high slier if, moved
a petition that his Honor command the
deputy sheriff to forthwith bring the warden
before the court, together with the high
Mr. Schley said he would, on behalf of
his clients, have a similar petition to offer.
Mr. Alexander, the counsel for the old
Commissioners, now appeared and expressed
a desire to be heard on the subject. lie un
derstood the warden of the jail was now in
consultation with counsel, and he had no
doubt some return to the writ would be short
Messrs. Schley, Latrobe and Herwitz de
sired to know if Mr. Alexander could in
form them what the return would be.
Mr. Alexander said he was not counsel
for the warden, and could not say. He
hoped and expected, however, that by one
o'clock such a return would be made as
would render any further proceedings here
Toronto, C w., .Nov. 5. Fenian trials
were resumed to-day. David Drummond
was me nrsi piaceu in tiie uock, but was
postponed on account of the absence of wit
nesses. IJenj. Parry, a boy fifteen vears old.
was next tried, upon the same indictment as
tue others, ihe evidence against hint was
chiefly his own statements as to whero cap
tured. He said he come with the Fenians
from Cincinnati to see his uncle, crossed
with tlicm, had got frightened and in try
ing to get back to Buffalo was captured.
After a forcible appeal, his Lordship charged
the jury that if not satisfied to give the
prisoner benefit of a doubt. Tho iurv re
tired about nn hour and brought a verdict of
nnt ...: rri r i i
lubguiiiv. iuc jinsuuur was uiscuargea.
Order to Xeiv Yorlt Police.
2Ey York, Nov. 5. Superintendent
oi roticc Aenneuy, lias issued an order to
his subordinates touching Ihe recent advis
ory letter of District Attorney Hall concern
ing the obstruction of the polling by chal
lengers. The police are ordered to give full
protection to any person who may be acting
in an orumy manner as ctiallengcr of any
poll within their precinct, that in case anr
1. 11 1 1.1 1 ! 1 , .
tii.wiuiici biiuuiu uucunm uisorucriy io re-
muvu nun irom mc poll room, WlttlOtlt a
warrant, on the order of a majority of tho
jwani oi Anspeciors ot tiie election district.
If a warrant be issued by any Police Justice
for arrest for disorderly conduct at the
polls is placed in your hands, or the hands
oi any numoer ct your command; you will
present ine same at tins ollice lorin3nection:
before service you will instruct each and
every member of your command to faithful
ly enforce tins order.
ban b rancisco. the wine crowintr State.
Convention had adopted memorials to Con
gress and to the Pacific Congressional Del
egates asking a reduction of the tax on man
ufactured grape brandy to the rate in force
last year, ana tho import tax in foreitrn
wine costing fifty cents or less per gallon be
raised to a specific duty of fiifty cents per
Hartford Insurance Co.,
Cash Assets 51,572,4S0 09
Arctic Insurance Company
Or SKW TORE.
Cash Assets. : SG25.000 00
A'orth American Innrancc Co.
IW SEW TORE,
Cash Assets $7o 1,053 57
Columbia Insurance Co.
Cash Capital 500,000 00
Continental Insurance Co.
or NSW YOKE,
Cxsh Assets S1,00!),G24 00
Security Insurance Company
or NEW YOKE,
Cash Assets $l,5-iS,9G-l 02
IVortliH-cstcrit Iiife Insurance
Cash Assets. 1,250,000 00
Liberal pay siren ; one who is welt ritommciijul
Apply to P. L.XICHOU
norS lw At tho CoatUHMwa.
Church and Spruce Street
I'VHR STOCKAOLDKRS OF THK CHOUCH
X d Spruce Street Railway Company, aro ns-
queued to meet at the omea of WlLLXTT, KIMM.K
K Co . (Union street.) on Tue tar. Norosabar M,
at ll) o'cioek a.m.. to elect seven Director, M m
for the ensuine year.
nevS 3t Secretary.
OX THE MARKET.
Those licautiful Grounds ol
'PUB PROPERTY OP DR. FORHBS. ItKIXR
JL two and half miles from Ihe eily. and fcunttiar
the Porter nnd Vaughn Pike, berime been hVhs
off in Lots to suit pure'iaeer. will ha osamsJa.
Public Auction, on TCIISDAY, THrf -JO Til
intnat. Sarroomied by oae of tho mast hoanle
ful forrests in the State, is aa elegant Cottaoo rati
deace. very eomravdieas, of modern style, with
the front ground taslrfhlly arranged ami orna
mented with Howers and evergreen.
We venture the assertion that there ha naear
been a more lovely snot of ground offered lo tho.
Nashville public. The vacant Lot are tM'rknt
larly desirable. Terms, liberal.
XBWSOM Sc CO..
ANDERSON. JOllXSON A SMITH.
nov3 td Agctita.
OS3ES PROMPTLY ADJUSTED AND
f paid at this office Marine &ml fira RSalainf
nil classes accepted at rates graduated to th e liar
Wo offer n medium of safe and nvailallo in
demnity second to none.
Life policies at LOWEST MATES with no
restriction as to travel or latitude.
T Y VIRTUE OP A DEED
JL cuted to ine by J.
Oh' TRUST V.W..
V. Ilnvn. nn thH 1a .!. f
ibeptomber, lSto, recorded In book No. 3ft. pages?,
of the Register's office of David on wmnty, for the
purposes therein specified. I will
sale on the premises, on
TuesUnj-, November 27, 1SCO.
That desirablo and very valaahlo tract of land ori
which J. V. Hays now resides.contnining SO acres,
in District No. 5. of said county, on Mill Creek
lor boundaries see records.
This is one of the muit diniMe nlasu ;n ti.-
viilson county. About SO acres eloared. tho bal
ance uncly timbered. The dwelling, a tine two
story brick house, containing seven room?, ser
vants' rooms, kitchen. smoke house, (all brick.)
good barn, ice house, apple and peach orchards,
plenty or stoek water, and a never falling spring
unsurpassed by any, and an excellent spring
house. As the sale under the deed of trust u for
the benefit orall creditors, all aro respectfully in
vited to attend the sale. Thn nnunlu, ... .:..
oted on the Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad,
at Antioch Station, nine mile from the eity or
Terms CASH and to he sold free from the
equity of redemption.
J. O. ROBERTS.
C. W. SMITH.
D BALER IN
Perfumery, and Fancy
COKXKU OIIUKCII AND VIXU NTS..
rpiIK LATE FIRM OFW. J. C. W. SMITH.
L having been dissolved bv the death af Mr. VT.
J. Smith, and C. W. Smith baring purchased I he
entire stock or fine Drags, etc.. in thi popular
ami elegant establishment, solicits theeonrlnuaiiee
of the patronage of the Physician and eUlaiinj of
iosuville. lie feels eoaatioat, that with th valu
able assistance of Mr. It. 11. (JoanoN. he asm giro
entire satis&etion. The Drug. Meiliein, eta.,
are of the very best quality, and tho price a law
as tho lowest. (B. o.) Inv3 lw
Valuable City lot for Sale.
rN FRIDAY, the 9th inst.. wo will sell at
vy Auettoa, on the premise, nt 11 e eioek, a
valuable Tiiaant Lot. frnniiiur 37 11.14 W all
11 road tlreet. ruaning back LV) fact. SaM LL
eominenee 30 feet from the Northwest earner af
Vine. Salertaeilire. Terns', liharal.
AruiHKiSUK. JUU.NSUfl X SMITH.
rPHK NASHVILLK OAS LIGHT COMPANY
L will roeeire bid to deliver in their Yard, at
the (las Works, between the ISIti of Jaiiunry
mill llio iHt or August. lHn7.4l.VK III'.V
1)KKI TlIOU.HAMs 1I11.SIIEIJ of heat
Terme-CASII as the Coal i dolirored. MM
open until the 254b of N'oviaaher. WK
NashvHI Iras Liafe O.
TY VIRTUE OF A POWER OF ATTORNEY
jj irom me parties entitled, we will, at Kleven
o eioex, on
Tiirm.si.vY, 15TH or xovesxiier,
Sell at Publie Vendue, en theornKiUai.lIiat valu
able Lot on tho Northeast corner of Market and
Church streets, in Nashville, fronting 61 feet 8
Inches on Marketstreet. and running baek about
100 feet, with such rights and privilege to the
alter called for in the nrieinnl. duxl n. ih ull
heirs may be entitled to, but 'Wbimt warranty of
the alley. iv.
Ahe property will be sold Jrfthrco lots, the cor
ner lot with a front on-Market street of 21 feet 8
inenes, ami ine two otber lots witb a front en said
street oi w leei eaen.
lEims Uno-fourth cash, and the residue at
one, two. and three years, with interest, to be
secured oy netes witb good iteearity. aad a lies
retained for their payment.
Persons wishing to buy may apply ta the un-
uersigneu lor luriner particulars.
GEO. S. KINNEY.
Doliv, lUn.NK i Co,, Auctioneers.
Valuable Aoii-Taxablc Citv
Property For Sale.
BY VIRTUE OF POWER IN MR VESTED
by trust conveyance made by Judge Thomas
Manev. deceased, and rncriafpriwt (n k It
pfflea of Davison county. Tennessee, in book No.
33. pages S01. a and ai 1 will, on
THURSDAY. DBCEMI1ER C. 18GJ.
Ilftnr nt tinlilfi, n I nn thm n,u.l.u - -
lii i " t'tv-i.isacz', vomer ul
urnou aau lCLieraore street, in thn Aitv nr ii.
villi-, tbo residence of the lato Judge Thomas
Manev. deceaed.and thendinerntrrnnmla r.i.
ing2li feet on 11 road street and 327 on jlel'emore
street. This desirable residence, with a lot frot
ingTUfcetonDroad street and 180 feet on MeLe
raore. will be sold seneratelv. Tho
will be sold in lot of convenient size, and will
eempriso some of the most eligible sites fer build
ing purposes In or around Nashville. The whale
oi iiim nanusome property is t itrirj rltUJI TAX
Great Sale of Lots!!
We will Sell at Auction an the
TUESDAY, NOVEJIIimt TMK MTU.
TJT WILLIAMS' ADDITIOX U Edge!.
I Thirty to Forty beautiful MttKbli, lw
on Fatherland, UoscoUI,Miaaiek3hlby Art
and ether street.
ciose proximity or 11
property to. ad easy eommttnieaiiofl with tfc
ettrof .NaihviHe. aa well a Use health af JUa
fiftkl. ta say nothing of the idtalHsmicaaiHl maol.
AIION, aad affords this advantage of economy
in inretment. with tho nmnih.t .r In.,u..
-- . . w . w. . mo
Plats ol lot will be exhibited and terms raado
Known onuay i sale.
WM. L. MUHPHRKE. Trustee.
ASt)KB80r. JoHXHtV .t SUITU A
religion, and soefal character oTHm InhaMfauUa.'
render thi quiet, orderly a4 rapidly arnW
village most deelrab! fer the private roahleiieoj
of businos mea.
, The Edgefield SHrcot Railroad 1
he puttie! farwsrd U camulatUw at u uJJ.
Terra Liberal. '
AKDKRSOX, J0HN80X 4 SMITH.
GREAT SALE OP
N. W. TAVUHt. AaattBor.
Oil tUL I V I several Late on Sycamore and CMImwad
rWee on the OaHailn Plba. ? v
and made knWH on tint dav ef M4. FatUier
in rem una can bo obtained at the eaeaf Ass-
paaaoa, johnson jc smith, or at our of
A. XjiUfOK X 00.
oiaiuorne ana murrav's
To Carpenter anil IlulIderH.
pLANS AXD SM'KCIFICATIONS FOR THE
X PlwMtlng ef the Maxwell Hooseoan haaeaa
at my aSea. fram
taaday. The Architect hob the right la
or rajeetaBr or ail bid.
HK.KI J. IH DI.Bl
half paat eiafct W twelve, ftr
A 1.1, -
VSm at MaxwaH 1 (.
W. A. PEEBLES,
N. K. States
.Still more interesting will it be logive the
figures in detail for the Slate of Tennessee:
KEFCSISO TO CONTItACT FOR XECT
Year. 'c are informed that in several of
the counties in Middle Tennessee, the freed
rncn arc refusing to enter into contracts for
labor for the ensuing year. There is an im
pression among gome employers who have
sounded the negroes upon the subject, that
they arc induced to this course by the advice
of bureau agenU, and that some of them are
flattered with the belief, that, after Christ
mas, they are to be invested with an interest
in the lands. Unon whatever e rrmnifo tl.Ta
In proportion to territoryTennessee has a u.n ,iw : j...
less number of mile than the Middle and I " ' V: r
most of the Xow England States Ohio, In- i the fdmen, the general public, and the
diana, Illinois, Virginia and North Caro- ctjief or the bureau in Tennessee, to correct
lina, and about the same a Georgia. the misapprehension, and to advise tiie freed-
In proportion to tue namo, sne nas raea officially of their richts and duii 5n
Area ot Tennessee miles-
Population In ISA)
Wealth in 1S09
Miles Kail road-
to square miles.-
..Min 1wa limn mrul nf thi Tnnf Fncvlnml
States less than Ohio. Indiana, Illinois and
Wisconsin, North Carolina and Georgia.
In proportion to wealth, less than New
Hampshire, Vermont, Delaware, Ohio, In
diana, IHineis, Michigan, Wisconsin, Min
nesota, North Carolina and Florida.
With as manv roads to the square mile aa
Maflsachusetta, Tennessee would hare over
WEfrKipP,PVI), J?0Ii BANKING
CFFICK to the Ilink ot Tennessee bultillnr.
"ti??0' i bl!TF nd Unim atrects. where we
will be pleased to wait on our friends and ens.
tomers. rnELE5S i ffft
Cullmllc DiaMitlalhctlon nt tiie Acnulttnl
or llcv. Mr. I.uinMlen Tlic Trlnl of
New York, Nov. 5. The Heralds To
ronto special says great dissatisfaction exists
on the verdict in the case of Lumsden. The
Catholics of this city assert boldly that
Lumsden was discharged on religious
grounds, and that the evidence against him
was stronger than that against JlcMahon.
The Hon. B. Delevany, of Montreal, intends
to ipply for admission to practice in Toronto
in behalf of the Fenians. He has been
engaged to defend the prisoners confined at
Montreal. The trial of James Drummond
commences at twelve o'clock to-morrow.
The World's Toronto special says: In
consequence of the threatening letter sent
to the witnesses of the Crown in the Fenian
cafes, they refuse to give evidence unless
assured of adequate military protection at
ltcportefl Dcntti of Mr. Draper.
New York. Nov. 6. -The Evening Post's
last cditierT- contains the following concern
ing the reported death of Mr. Draper: Mr.
Simeon Draper, ef . this citr, has been
dangerously ill for several weeks at White
stone, L. L On Saturday his' physician
abandoned all hopes of his recovery. Ho
grew worse rapidly on Sunday, and last
(X lllUHSDAY, AOVEMISKIt ISTir.
1 I ififln 11 .Li..!. 1 1
sciuwi bl ai. u ml psa ar . mfi ink nrinuai vsraa iu
tell to the hlchesthWder, wtthoat reserve.
hixty.five BavirririiE, ots.
On the LehAaan and nrrrIM tHtr.. .1
ih1 conreeieat ta the FairStM Hruvjl .Dbi CmP A IfDA t ft 1 fttivm
Itailread. ' WAJJA4HJUUA1 1. VX Xj l 1 .
These IHs are all vrrJt Ic&lfl. nnJ n
sarily oldized to greatly enhance In value. Swath
Nashville u very rapidly itaprovlnn and no line
ha eontribatad maretaU -' -n..
roniied tha MechsnieofNa4iriJle tsare Khandly
thjnMr. M. C. Claibobsc, U nkn the aropcrly
Ti: SUA Oae-third Caah. halMea. m tr.
yeas, with Interest.
Alt who desire to bay cheap hones, or make
good inretteaest are itartJemarly invited ta at-
."pleadid oiflation. Ticket os Street IUUhhuI
T. AT. Dakssm, Anerteoecr. leetH td
THK HONOR TO IX-
his aid fiiefid aad
former rnlrn m ikat hi MrtiM
are at their aasnasaad. at thm ae
oi ue unnm nuiicw niitvc
loin, corner or Ilronu am
(Bvs Jc PaaaLKg' oM . Kaaavilte. TesM.
rar ot n
I JVont XI-..
Jas. A. McOlure,
lUl Union Street,
And n holesale aad Itetail Sealers in
riAXOS, ORGANS AXD
A FULL SUPPLY CONSTANTLY ON HAND
of Piano, from the world-renowned maker,
ijtenway X Sobs. J. II. Dunham. Socbheier X
Schmidt, and A. II. Gale X (X Together with
inner maters or note, at prtcs. same a New
Wlc. from $W to 1.(X. Carnart. Needham 4
Co., and Geo. A. Prinee'j cdehrated Oma. and
Melodew, sold at Factory Prices, with fall war-
Mine Kl n- thn &!Llmt .n.f t..-M fnl TTah.
la the eoontry, purchasers can always find the
urgesi static ta select rrom.
Orden filled with promptner, and satklaetten
N.lir-Mr. E. II ANN. the well-known Orran
and Plane Tuner, and Repairer. Is encaged by
". licpunng oi an Ktaa ei A1SMC11 ioitrn
meat, dene at my heme, at reuenahle rates.
Of PulAjkl. Tenn
Lata of Guthrie ic Co.
E. 1. OOatXMT,
Gilbert, Parkes & Co..
COTTON FACTOR H,
N'o. 30 Sou Hi Market St., Nashville.
1T1TE AKB NOW RrCHIVIN'I AND WILL I
1 1 keep jreacNtMty oa naau a raea aasorunent
of Staple Ureesrie. whleh w othr ta the trail
at the lowest market rata. We bare ample
faeffitle lar Slg Gaston and other Prodoetj.
and wHI spare no pains W obtain for those mak-
By strletpsrsoaal attention ta buiTaasfwe hope a
merit a noerai snare oi paunnage.
100 BC81IKU RKD CLOVsTK tUOh.
7 KestaakyjetnTo -ion
" Tlmatiur "
SO - OraSrres
Also, the " MeadenhaM " PaUat Haad-Laoat.
Six two hana Wm .j i
make. All of wMeh wisThai
X aad ft SmIIi 1
navl lm (a)
On Thursday, November 8tU,
lagM k inn hi i
rSW i- u a Pi
BetaBxfar to the
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