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'SUNDAY, JANUAKV 15, 1SG3.
WM. Q. BROWNLOW,
rv CX STATR IOXTEMI0.
. FatnnlajV Proceeding.
The CVr.vpation waa called to ordr
at 10 o'clock, a. m. Traycr ty the Eer.
Several resolutions were read and
referred lo tho ccmciittee, when the
rccuh r 1 u-'rip-s rxr-oit cf th commit
tee cilled up.
A nio'ion vr.isn.rvle to recacbi lpr the
Si!i tcctlcu, ia order to add members
fro:u tL coUtiUof Sevier, Johnson,
Carl-r, Uuion, and o her counties, cot
tow hilowe I a full re rebentative,
making the whol- liurabcr in the Ilouee
eighty. Artcr a ln!f hour's dibcussion,
duriug which tCAvy tugestions were
rond, the following provisions were
added t o tho fcceiiou, whea it was
adupU-d uiiaiiiiiio'isly :
Provided. That fall appointment be
so modified m to u've to the counties
.Tohr.Hon, I'm t'-r, ":imi bell. Andernon,
Union, .Sjvi'-r Macon 'flid Hancock,
f;y.ci die i.i mlj r, aud the district
co:npo-; d of the rouiities of Fentress,
I.If,rt in, S. ott ft r. ii- imWrland, one
nd.ht.oijfil nicinhL-r in tho House, of
'ihe Olh fiction was tlien taken up
an 1 par--.'d
'ile lOdi p-ctioii was read, when llr.
Lo.u;ne cli'.T. d the following 'aruend
Nothing i:i this schedule fhall lo bo
co'iMruM n to prevent the State from
contiruirp to collect R tax of one half
of one p'r cent upon th invoice cost
of all poods, w.ireg, or merchandi7o ira
poitoi into the S ato for sale.
Mr. L f.drccated thepaAsnge of his
amendment in a hiief speech. lie
tl, owed the hard -.hips of the original sec
tion.'whi h was a tax to the people of
M.-mphu of )'),00o per annum, and
of theSMte of h 1, )')
lion. Horju-o Hanson moved to
fctiikc out the whole section, which, if
it did not positively violate the Consti
tution of the United States, which pro
hibited the levying of duties on im
post by any .State, at least had the ap
pearance of doiu; to. lie thought it
was, at lent, ridiculous. Mr. Loague was
willing to strike tho whole thing out
ilr.l-'owler did not pnrticularly object
to striking out, but he believed we had
a porffct rifrht to collect the tax. If
cities collec ted a large furn and squan
dered it, it was nol his fault. The State
had never yet received a dollar from
Mr L'tigue There is $M,c00 there
nn lv for yoa.
Mr. Powler co I have heard recent
ly, but wo have, seen none of it yet.
Mr. Ilocd did not know, till he read
the papers, that axy protest had leeD
made ntainH the ecction', by members
of tho bufcii.es!-- comtiiittea. The ob
jectiors dime fioni the mercantile in-Unt-t,
they were r.ot ( generally the
Moi.t loyal of Tiu n. Why don't the
people ol.ject, rather than the mer
chnN ? II" thoht t'i merchant i of
both Memj hN aul Nashville were
mnhing i.ioney c nouU to pay a. little
tax ; hj.rr-kri fr m.ikicg thorn pay up.
Y: tain Member were blarnying Eist
Tei,ii-f iu, which, ehow. dlhey wanted
fom.-thi'i-if.t th- mount nineers. Their
t.ix v i-u'd i '"-.! (".OO'l, and that was
as n.u-'h m :.ey as w ? vr.inted. ; IF the
ni"i-'..iiiH iut pay that, turn, the
people wvuld hive it to pay He there
r'ojii fivop.'d the t.ix.
Mr llunison f.id lie not only did rot
rej..-e.nt the m rc:Mi'.ile interet,but he
d.-Hpi-i-d tho ia?rrVnts of Knosville,
N.ivhville and Memphis, who went into
th- rebellion to avoid the payment of
d-btx dn the North, and who after
warilrtl'vok the atr.nerty oath to ave
their io i t y
He a;:.in referred t the provision of
the Couii:utioa of the United States,
prohibiting thi levying, by a State, of
lutieB on i.p':-ts. He therefore cpues
tio.ievi the expediency of the proposed
provision in tln e.-heduh-
Mr. l'cwlcr n :s seven? on the rebel
lii.nliaiinor Mfi.ijhi and Nashville ,
and said the oMiunander of the ot at
the lirv.t named pl.tce told him $.1,000.
Oo ) worth of jrootK pe r month passed
throupli that town to the rebels, and
no tax was collected on them.
Mr. Hingham wn- surprised U9eo the
tone and temper with which this grave
proposition was discussed by the gentle
man from Davidson. Tho question was
not whether merchants were more dis
loyal, as a chiss, than ihe ereat mass of
the people of the State, but it was simp
ly whether it was n w and prudent to
incert an amendment In the .organic
law. We hid now provided for the
convening of the tieneral A-spmbly jn
April, and there was the Kimo law for
collecting the necessary taxes in the
meantime that had already enabled the
State ofiirers to extort the sum of $10,
000 from the greatly oppressed mer
chants of Memphis. When the Legisla
ture assembled, which would bfc in a
horttime, it would have time to mature
a pjhteru of taxation, which would bear
equally upon all the great interest in
the State. There was no necessity,
therefore, for any action at the present
time upon the Mibject, and because
that was no, and because a regularly or
ganized lji-lature could better perforsi
the fervice than this body, he warmly
urged that the fcc tion under considera
tion should be i-irickcn out. He was
pained to f e tint the Comptroller, in
stead of supporting his proposition by
valid argument?, had descended to a
vehement appeal to the country people
against the merchants of thewo prin
ciple cities iu the State.
He donied that all merchants were j
disloyal, and particularly that all of I
that cla's in Memphis came under that
head Hat even if the charge were as
true as it was unfounded, a financial
State OiHcer should have he.ier rea
sons for utj'J-.. and unequal taxation
than at: appeal to pavlon and predju
dic?. It might he tiuethat some Fed.
eralofli-er had conferred that he had
permitted tie enormous turn of ?3 000.
OOOwoith of gooli per month to go
beyond our licca at Ileraphis to the
tbels, but that 'was rio argumect cn
taxation, though it was a most damn
ing confession of want of fidelity on
tho part of the officer who made such
a declaration ! In conclusion we would
in a most earnest appeal, for equal and
exact justice tor the people of all sec
tions of the State. The peopla he rep
nsentei aked no exclusive favors.
They were willing that all should stand
on their own platform, that the same
justice should be meted out to hum
blest citizen, whether he resides on the
banks of the Mississippi or on the
loftiest mountain top of East Tennes
see. He said Le was tired of Invidious
comparisons between the loyarpeph3
of the State, and he hopad that this
was the last time oar ears should be
tainted with such unpleasant eounds.
We were all aboard the same ship and
must survive or perish together. Ten
nessee as a State had now been born
again, and amid the most auspicious
c.rcumstances; and instead of crimic a
tion, he urged that every member of
tho Convention should eee who could
do most to advance the interest and
promote the prosperity, not of one sec
tion, but of the whole people. In this
noble emulation Le promised that the
people of Memphis would not consent
to be behind either Middlo or East
Mr. Fowler said .that he had thrown
out no reflections upon tho loyalty of
West Tennessee; but this Gen. Wash
burn did tell him: "that previous to his
(Wahburu'e) taking command, $3,000,
000 worth of goods per month pasaed
through the lines to the rebels, and
that no tax was collected on it
Th& question was then called, on
striking out, and the section was struck
The first resolution was then taken
up, and adopted.
The second resolution was taken up,
and the work cf filling up tho blanks
commenced. It was finally agreed,
that the various delegations should se
lect the parties to hold the elections.
Convention then adjourned for an
On the reassembling of the Conven
tion, Dr. Brownlow offered the follow
ing: JU.iolveJ, That from now till adjourn
ment, all debate cease. Adopted unani .
Tho remaining resolutions from the
Business Committee were then taken
up, and passed with slight modifica
tions. One of these is important to soldiers,
as it secures them the right of suffrage,
wherever they may be.
The following gentlemen were named
a committee to represent to the
President the necessity of renumera
ating loyal Tennesseeans for their
lott.es, caused by the' Federal army, as
per a resolution of Mr. Center, (pub
lished yesterday,) : D. W. C. Center, J.
S. Fowler, and U. F. Cooper.
The following additions were re
ported by the Business Committee, and
licsolved, That the thanks of this
Convention be tendered to the soldiers
and officers who participated in the
late campaign in front of Nashville,
and especially to their brave, eble and
patriotic commander, Major-General
George H. Thomas, who; by his thorough
work, firbt. opened the path to victory
to the armies ol tho Republic at Mill
Spring, and to an honorable and kuc
:ssful peace for the Nation at Nath
alie.' Whereas, The Brigade of Tennessee
troops under Gen. A. C. Giilem, has,
during the prewnt winter, led the ad
vance und achieved th icoyt important
results in a .campaign ot un.-arpp.tsea
pril and hardships, chiving the rebel
General Breckinridge from Ttnnebsee,
and inflicting one of the severest blows
that the rebellion has sustained by the
destruction of the most valuable sup
poit'that the rebellion possessed.
Therefore be it
H:$o!xc, That th thanks of this
Convention are cordially and earnestly
tendered to the brave Tennessee joU
dien and their gallant commander,
Brig. Gen. A. C Gilleai, for their heroic
conduct iu the late Cimpaign in East
Tennessee and South western Virginia,
by which the whole of East Tennessee
has been freed from the oppression ot
BBOtrXLOW TOR GOVCRXOB.
The Couvention then proceeded to
nominate a candidate for Governor.
No other name was mentioned, than
that of the sterling patriot, LrrErown
low, and he was accordingly nominated
by acclamation, and the vote was fol
lowed by three ousing cheers.
After the applause had subsided, a
delegate asked i( the nominee was
prehent, and whether it w certain he
would accept, whereupon the Doctor
stepped upon the stand, and a:rt:
t ! i:s'Ti.EM kn : I nettle the controversy
by assuring you that 1 will accept
(l.oud applause.) I cannot be expect
ed to do any thing more, and certainly
ought to do no less, than tender to you
as a Convention, my sincere thanks for
the hoa&r and distinction you have
conferred on m.
1 will not speak to you, gentlemen,
but what you will lack in speaking, it'
the people should ratify the nomiratjo;!.
I will try to make up in deeds ai act-'
and God being my helper, if you will
send up a Legislature to reorganize tha
militia and pass other nec-ceaary busi
ness, I will put an end to this infernal
system of guerrilla fighting in the State;
in F.af t, Middle and Western Tennes
see, if we have to shoot and hang every
man concerned ( Loud and continued
Having concluded Lis speech, Mr.
Brownlow retired from the stand.
m The following resolutions were otler
ed by various memVers of Jhe conven
tion, and disposed of as indicated.
By J. B. Bingham, of fchtlty :
L'r.T.LrJ, That a committee of thra
be appoint! by the President, to con
pistofene from each division of the
Stato, from the several grand divisions
of the State, lo issue a proclamation
declaring Tenne4see no longer in in
surrection against the Government.
Adopt L The following were named
as the Committee; J. R Bingham,
Shelby ; H. II. Harrison, Davidson and
John Caldwell of Sevier.
BvCoL L. C Houk; of Anderson;
Il'i :r ', That the rreyint of the
Uniud States is hereby requested to
appoint Dr. V. G. Brownlow Brig
Jen'l, and assign him to duty, on the
present incumbent ratirjng from hia
present position, as .Military C-07eruor
of Tennessee, to serve until the p-eople j
ehall select a civil Governor for the j
State. Adopted. ,
By N. A. Patterson, of P.oaue : I
Jleso'vcd, That the Union State Con
vention respectfully and earnestly ask
tho acting Governor of the Ftate
and Department commanders of. the
United Slatfcs within, the State, to dis
tribute and assign Teanessee troops for
duty at such exposed pointa in the
State as maj- be necessary to protect
the ballot box from raids by guerrilla
bands during the approaching canvass
And election, and the people after the
By J. R Hcxyl, of Hamilton :
JJwlved, That the thanka of the Con
vention be tendered to the Chairman
of this body for the able and impartial
manner in which he haa presided over
their deliberations, and also the Secre
taries for the industrous and faithful
discharge of their duties. Adopted.
By CoL Eyrd, of lloane:
Jlesohtd, That the assessments made
on the property of rebel sympathizers
for the benefit of loyal Union men, by
Gov. Johnson, Genls Grant, Thomas
and all other Generals in this State, be
and the same are hereby ratified and
affirmed. Adopted. '
By Mr. Wagner, of Knox: .
llaolcei, Th.it the proposed amend
ments of the Constitution and the
schedule thereto, be enrolled and sign
ed by the President and Secretary of
this Convention, and that the same be
deposited in the office of the Secretary
of State, to be preserved as the official
record of our proceedings.
By J. F. Thomas, of Coffee:
Hacked, That the thankB of this
Convention are given to Gen. Milroy
for his untiring vigilance and zeal in
protecting the line of defences on the
Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad.
By Dr. Greg, of Shelby :
JicsolveJ, That the Executive Com
mittee of each grand division of the
State whose duty it shall be to fill all
vacancies that may occur in the list of
candidates anr1 officers for holding eleC
tions sol.cited ny this Convention.
Rcsoh-eJ. Tbe.t the names of such as
LE3y be selected shall be forwarded to
the Chairman .t Nashville on or before
the 10th day of February next, when
the C hairman shall publish the com
plete list in the papers of the State.
By. E. H. Jarnes, of Hamilton :
iUtokcJ, That the thanka of this
Convention and especially of the East
Tennessee ponion'of this Convention be
tendered to Brigadier General J. D.
Webster, chief of Btaff, Military Division
of the Mississippi, and Brevet Brigadier
General J. L. Donaldson, chief quarter
master, Department of the Cumberland,
for the kindnesj and courtesy extended
to delegates by furnishing transporta
tion on the Military Railroads to and
from Nash villa, also for furnishing
transportation for relief supplies over
said roads to ou r suffering families and
By Mr. Meek, of Jefferson :
Wherea.i, Thin Convention is com
posed of loyal men from most or h
counties of the State of Tennesd and
whereas, they are presumed to under
stand and reflect the wishes of the
JUsolved, That we most heartily ap
prove the election of Abraham Lin
coln and Andrew Johnson to the Pres
idency and Vi:e Presidency of the
United States, and we accept their
election as a guarantee that the Re
bellion will be put down. :
Jhsohcd, Thai; every consideration of
right and expediency look to East
Tennessee as th e section of the State
that should furnish the Governor, and
that our distinguished fellow citizen;
William G Eroiv nlow. of the county of
Knox is our choice Referred to Com
mittee on bsuim?ss.
By Mr. Meek, of Jefferson.
Whf.reas, The importance and almost
absolute necessity of the Knoxville and
Kentucky Railroad baa been demon
strated by it vital importance to the
Federal Government to enable it to
suppress and put down the rebellion.
And, whereas, the wisdom and fore
sight of President Lincoln in recom
mending to Congress its construction
in the commencement of the present
rebellion, is now fully demonstrated to
the nation; and, whereas, from its ne
cessity, one citizen of the State of Tens
nessee is willing to give one hundred
thousand dollars to aid in the construc
tion of said road. Therefore,
Ilrsolceii, That a commission of
be appointed by this Convention to pro
ceed to Washington and urge on the
the attention ol Congress, the impor
tmce of makinj; an appropriation to
build said road, and give to its con
struction tncl b;njding the proper and
JifSoU-ed 2, Tt.at eaid Commission
further urge on the attention of the
United States, the passage of a bill to
pay ihe irregular claims of the loyal
citizens of the State; and to secure to
the widows and orphans the bounties
and back pay that may be due them
Referred to tho Business Committee.
By Mr. Clements, of Macon :
- Whef.i:a3, The people ?re po?iessed
of a local and a national interest each
of which are sovereign in their spheres;
and of a constitution and a law mak
ing power. The constitution making
power being to separate these princi
ples or interests one from the other ;
and the law making power to do what
is necessary to protect and develop
them: and whereas, they have estab
lishedwo power i to protect these two
sovereign intercuts a State power to
protect and develop tho local and a
United States fQVe.r to protect and
develop the national; tije?e tvo pow
ars being positive and sovereign
neither in right can be made to be a
common and dis.nterested tribunal to
stand between itself and the other.
Past events having proven the incom
petency .of the Supreme Court of the
United States to act iu the capacity of
a common Judge between the States
and the United States, an independent
and disinterested: judiciary, the expo
nent of the Constitution making pow
er, to be compose! of tyrelveTaembers,
each being eUftetl by the people or
their representatire from ope of twelve
districts composing the United gtaf-efl
should be placed in the political vacuum
between the local and national inter
ests to be a common and disinterested
.udfc. to settle all differences that
might arise between them : therefore
J.W.yci", Tht Congress, the Senate
through its President, and the House
through its Speaker, are each hereby re-
3uested to appoint a Committee whose
uty it shall be to prepare and fcrjng be
fore their respective bodies, and that
they do pas such measures as may
be necessary to enable the States
through their legialaturea, or the peojph
bv enr.ver.tions to amend the Constitu
tion, so tha' the cockle who have two
interests, local ate) r$pmY, and hare
two interests, a State pover to protecX
the local and a Unitea Statea power to
protect the national, may be enabled to
establish an independent negative pow
er to fctand between these two sovereign
pesitife powers to act as their common
At the night 6P6sion the following
resolutions were o:JVred :
By Judge Trewhitt, of Hamilton :
jteio'ied. That we heartily tendar our
thanks to Brigadier Gen. Jo. A. Coop
er and his gallant Brigade of officers
and soldiers, for their successful march
from the overwhelming army of the
rebel General Hood near Nashville, by
way of Clarksville, to Nashville again,
and joining the Union amy in time
for the late great battle before Nash
LyJ.Ji. Hood, of Hamilton:
irVij.': ?2, That the thanks of this
Convention are due and are hereby ten
dered to Major General James B 6teed
man. Commander cf tb.e District of the
Etowah, for making a distinction be
tween loyalists ani Union men in the
administration of a2airi in hia District
Adopted. . - ,
The following gentlemen were se
lected aa candidates for tho offices
therein named: -
Benton; Humphreys, Perry, Decatur
and Henderson, Thomas A. Mue
Henderson, Hardin Hardeman, and
of McNarv, Fielding Hurst, of McNary.
Henry. Weakly, and Obion, Almond
Case of Obion.
Gibson, Carroll and Dyer, W. K.
Hall of Dyer. ,
Madison, Haywood, Lauderdale and
Tinton. DaviJ. A-Numan of Haywood.
Fayette and Shelby Ino. Loague of
BErRISENTATiVES WEST 1 EN SEP. EE.
' Carroll John Norman. ,
Fayette William Shelton.
Gibson J. E. McNair. : . "
Hardeman Wr. J. Smith. .
' Hardin Wm. Ntckoils. '..--'
-Haywood W. P. Bond. '
Henderson Peter Pearson.
Henry Thomas Crutchfield.
McNary Stanford L. Warren.
Madison Wallace Waterton. .
Obion F.'A Smith
Shelby J. W. Tomeny and CoL M.
Weakly Dr. C. Underwood.
Benton and Humphreys Dorsey
Perry and Decatur John Stegald of
Carroll, Gibson, Madison and Henry
-Wm W. Woods of Carroll.
Dyer and Lauderdale William
cales of Dyer county.
Tipton bhelby and Fayette C. C.
Smith of Shelby.
TO HOLD ELECTION'S WEST TENNESSEE.
Carroll John Norwood. ; - . )
Denton John IL Farmer. ' :
Decatur Wm D Wyatf.
Dyer Thos. H. Benton.
Fayette Thos. Shelton.
(ibion Becj Landis.
Hardeman J. J. Smith.
Hardin Thos. Maxwell.: f : . J
Haywood IL H. Mahon. - - '
Henderson Thos. Ausley.
Henry Temple Cowan.
Lauderdale (Sheriff) -McNairy
Madison J. K. Sturdevant
bion Jas. Williams. - . :
Perry Thos. Brashears. -
Shelby P. M. Winters.
Tipton John Sample. :
Weakley John E. Vincent
It was impossible for U3 to copy and
arrange the list for the other sections of
the State, in time for the present issue,
We are indebted to a West Tennessee
delegate for the arrangement of candi
dates for his section. . "
At the conclusion of the Convention's
labors, Gov. Johnson, Hon. Horace
Maynard, and W. II. Wisener, address
ed the members". Gov. JohnsonVeffort
was an exceedingly able one, and we
wish we could this morning lay it be
fore our readers, s .- . : . .
S. R ROGERS, President.
E. P. Cone, )
B. A. James, V S-'errturk.
Jon.v Loauck. j
The following is a revised copy of
the proposed amendments to the Con
stitution, together with the schedule
and resolutions accompanying them :
The first Article and the first Section
of the Declaration of Rights in the Con
stitution of the State of xennessee, ue
clares: "That all power is inherent in
the people, and all free governments are
lomnaea on ineir auiuoriiy, ana insti
tuted for their peace, safely and happi
ness; and for the advancement of thes
ends they have at all times an inaliene
able and indefeasible rj'ght to alter, re
form or abolish the government in sh
manner as' they may think proper-"
Therefora, a portion qf the citizens of
the State p: 7?nnessee.and. ot the uni
ted States of America in ponventjon
assembled, do propound the following
alterations and amendments to the con
stitution, which, when ratified by the
sovereign loyal people, shall be and con
stitute a part of the permanent Consti
tution of the State of Tennessee.
r-ROl'OSED ALTERATIONS' AND AXENPMEXT3.
Section 1. That slavery and involun
tary servitude, except as a punishment
for crime, where the party shall have
been duly convictea, are hereby forever
abolished and prohibited throughutthe
Sec 2. The Legislature Ehall make no
law recognizing the right of property in
Sec. 1. Section 21 of the second arti
cle of the Constitution, which ia as fol
lows: The General Assembly shall
have no power topass laws for the eman
cipation ot 6ives without the - consent
of their owner or owners, u hereby ab
rogated. Keo. 2 The Convention, Agreement
and Military League, entered into by
the Commisrioaers of f he State of Ten
nssee and the so called Confederate
States, made May 7, 1861, and on the
same day ratified andionfirmed by the
Legislature, was an act of treason and
usurpation, unconstitutional, null and
void. ' . ! i
Rr; ?.. "The Declaration of Inde
pendence and ordinance dissolving the
Federal relations between the State of
Tennessee and the United States of
America," passed and promulgated by
the Legislature of Tennessee on the 7.to.
djy of May, lS61,by which the State
was declared separated from the Fed
eral? Union, and all laws and ordin
ances by which Tennessee became a
member of the United Statea annulled
and abrogated, was in like manner an
act of treason, usurpation, unconstitu
tional 'nuU and void
Sec. 4. No statute of limitations
shall be held to operate from and after
thenthday of May, JSoJ, until such
tim thereafter as the Legislature may
Erescribe, nor Fhall any writ of error
e refused or abate in any cause or suit
decided since the fth day of May, ISol,
and prior to thi time by reason of any
lanseof time. And in all actions for
tcita brought, or may hereafter be
brought ia the courts ia thin State by
attachment levied upon the property
of tho defendant, the courts ehall hase 1
Kwer to proceed to judgment and cob
;tion of the same, as upon ccQtrapta,
without personal service '4f process
upon the defendant until the Legisla
ture may see fit to change th law in
"Se vth. AH laws, ordinances and
resolutions, ks vel) as all acts done in
pursuance thereof under the authority
of the usurped State governmeht, after
the declared independence of the State
of Tennessee, on or after the bth day
pf May, 1 801, were unconstitutional,
null and void from the beginning;
Provided, That this section shall not be
so construed as to' affect any judicial
d:;ions made by the State Courts held
At ee.Bsicnjj yariant from those provided
by laws prior to May th, 161; eaid ju
dicial decisions being made pursuant to
the Jswb of the State of Tennessee en
acted previous to said date, and be
tween partie pren in .Court and
litigating the jr rights. (
Sec. 6th. All laws, ordinances arid,
resolutions of tha usurped State gov
ernment, passed on or after the 6th day
of May, 1 SGI, providing fcr theiasuauo
of State bonds ; also all notes of the
Bank of Tennessee, or any of ita
branches, issued on or after the said Cth
day of May, 1S51, and all dtibta created
or contracted in the name of the State
by eaid authority, are unconstitutional,
null and void; and no Legislature shall
hereafter have the power to pasa any
act authorizing the pavmeut of said
bonda or debts, or proviwrj for the re-
demption of aaid noUa. . T
r.cc 7tb. All civil and military officers
which havft been, ot may hereafter be
appointed by tie acting Governor of the
State, are hereby affirmed, and they
shall continue to hold and exercise the
functions of their repective offices until
their successors shall be elected or ap
pointed, and qualified.
Sec. 8th. That the present amend
ments to the Con.ititntion, and the
schedule thereto, be submitted to the
people at thebtllot-box, on the 22d day
of February next, and that upon the
adoption thereof, by the people, an
election be htld on the 4th day of
March next, for Governor and memoers
of tne Legislature, the latter to be
voted for by general ticket, upon the
basisjrescribed in the act apportioning
representation in the State, passed on
the 10th day. of February, 1S0J, to as
semble at the Capitol on the 1st Mon
day in April next said officers to con
tinue in office ; until their Buccesssora
shall be elected and qualified, under
the regular biennial election of 1S67
provided, the eaid apportionment be
so modified aa to give to the counties
cf Johnson and Carter and Campbell
and Anderson, and Union and Sevier
and Macon and Hancock, each ons
member," and to the district composed
cf the counties, of Fentress, Morgan,
and Campbell and Scott, one additional
member, ia tho House of Representa
tives. Sec. 9. The t;ualificationa of. voters
and the limitation of the elective fran
chise.may be determined by the Gen
eral Assembly, which sballfirst assem
ble under the amended Constitution.
Resolved, That -at -the election in
February, those in favor of the forego
ing amendment and schedule, shall de
pite a ballot, on which shall be writ
ten "Ratification," and those who are
opposed shall deposite a ballot, on
which shall be written "Rejection "
Resolved, That the elections in the
several counties Bhall be held at their
county seats, or other convenient places
in the counties, by the following named
p rsons; to wit: .
Resolved, That when the above amend
ment of the Conititution of the State of
Tennessee shall be submitted to the qual
ified voters of the State for ttieir ratifica
tion or rejection, and atthe first election
held under saidConstitution as amended
if ratified by the people, no'person shall
be permitted to vote unless he first take
the following oitti at tne pons; ana
the name of eac h voter shall be writ
ten upon the back of his ticket, and it
shall be the duty of judges and elerks
of said elections to preserve said tick
ets and file them with the clerks of the
county courts of their respective coun
ties for future refei enee. Provided,
that however, That this oath -hall not
be required of the citizens who are well
known to the judges of the election to
have been unconditional Union men.
Provided, also, that voters otherwise
qualified, may vcte within any county
of the State, and if in the military ser
vice, wherever they may be on the day
of election; and that the commanding
officer of each regiment, battalion, de
tachment, battery, or hospital i3 em
powered to hold such election?, .
I solemnly swear that I will henceforth
support the Constitution of the United
States, and defend it against th assaults of '
nil 1 1 n tMipmips that I am liti active triced !
of'ihe government of the 'United States,!
and the enemy ol tue so-eailea couica-raie
States ; that I ardently desire the suppres
sion of the present rebellion against the
Government of the United Ptatos; that 1
sincerely rejoice in the triumph of the armies
and navieaof the United State and in the rie
eat and overthrow of the armies, navies, and
all armed combinations in the interest of the
ao called Confederate SUtes; that I will
cordially oppose all armistices or negoti
tioni for peace with rebels iu arojj, until the
constitution of the United States and all
laws atid proclamations made in pursuance
thereof, shall be efttablished over all the
people of every State and Territory em
braced vilLin the National Union; and that
I will heartily aid and aaaist th loyal peo
ple in whatever mtasure may be adopted
for the attainment cf these endsj and fur
ther, that I take thi oath freely and volun
tarily and without laental reservation. So
heln me God.
Ifesolved, Tha. the returns of lhi.- elec
tion shall be made to the,Seeretary cf State,
and that the result be declared by the proc
lamation of the acting Governor.
' P.esolved, That tha convention do nomi
nate and oaer to tfcs pepp'9 candidate for
Governor, and that the idelegatea from the
several Senatorial and Representative dis
tricts be requested to nominate and present
to tha convention candidates fqr their res
Deetive districts, to lie placed Upon the gen
eral Legislative tiiket. Provided, thnt ,
nothing in this rasolauon shall be constru- j
ed to prevent the people in the different j
counties making noa.intions for candidates j
for the legislature . - J
Auction Sale Extraordln.v j.
RV JtjllS 3v. IUME CO.,
AV 12 C-dlcje X.'rtet.
On Monday morning 1 ' h January, we
2O0O.Ppkas Jlercbandize, .
by order of Joel Davia, Agent. Fala positive
and without reseve All packages bound to
be sold that dav. ' '
janli-lt. ' J;o. K. IJuke x Co.
rpHE MASONIC FRtTERNTTT WILL q,
I meet at their Hall at half pact S
o'clock this morning, to ia the Ja tpy
tnbu'e of respect V their late bro'her fi
Merntt H. ilcher. whose body is row at
f i.eaaerHoilins' rei eixe, N. IS Hiitniner tree..
The bady will t conveyed from Sir. Hollins. to
th Cemetery Vault
Sunday, January lo,
T)V A f.F.NTLEMAN, EJTUEK A A HKM
II . Ii.ss halesmiiD. AioiounturV. or. Ousr rinas-
ter's Clerk. Highest. rccmiimiudaliohs "ud besi
re:eren.es guen. "
Address I. ft Box 117C, I.'.-.shville.Tenn , frfu.
week. Jul '- 3'
T THE BVPTlHT f HAPEL AT PARSON
L AC;F, on I'ola Place, near i hurfn eitvet. he-
open on Monday. Febiuaty 13th, under the elure
of Uie unjersii'ned, assisted hv Per .1. 8 Malone.
. ' . . f Tl- ....
uvn Vine and Mruo. ine oi- ww
utn.. .til " " ' .
r . i-1 .
Estays Davidson County.
qUIKKN VP JiT JOb EI 'H WORK, LI VINO C N
J. S h:ie' Crek, near she Cumberland river, .1
tinier from Niuhvill. in Ilstrict tio. 21. two atray-.
ona a mare, about 1 . bancs h;tih, of a darlt color.
7 yeai-9 old pnst, Uacl mne, Mar in the forehead,
lell nind JoOl wniie, snip on me nie .iw mm
other bay maie, nine years old, black mar.e and
tail, str )ie on lorenev, iwn uavia wo'.ihc uu
The mares vainea at iu tn.
janl.-3t ALK.v. MoBA.MEl, a. D. c.
AVEBV CKSIEABL KESipECE OX JJ.
Luore ;ree. betvtfn Church and Lro:1,
eontainin seven er eigr.t rooma. 'lie tntenoror
the hiane w very coinmnaMy arran;e.i ana in
excellent order lt Si f'et front by deep.
' .4 - in tliil-TT da a.
AppTy to V. if ATT. BROWX t CO.
For Rent br Lease, v.
4VACAVT LOT GJ CIthKK Mur.' t, nee
tweeti Cbuich and nxi, within n hundred
ynd of the port -o the. hUy leet root, ninmn
Uacttjbout IS' IC to an 'ej J-
o&-lw 3orth foljege ftreet
E1LF.X C UK MAN THK WIFE OF WE.SI.EY
Ca-hman, or tx C, 5rth Rlinoia 'o.. i st ihe
keiue Hon' iB Naanvitle, and wiahe lo Icaru
wh.ie her husband ia. Anr inforroatioa as to hia
wnereabou" "lU 1)0 -J received. Address
CHANQE OF pLCE OF SALE.
WILL' B ST.D AT PI tLIC AncTlGX. AT
W Uie Cavalry Ipot, M I. M., north lib cf
EdzeteJd Te&a , between he Iaekerfcin pil and
the Lu jv'lle a .M'hville Kailrra l a H o
H'ri?,cenmn d SalewUleornme .7
Janua Ut ;h, 1. at U o'c ock. M., -d4 r II con
tin u 7u two av. t( atwti feek thereater , ti:
lere,cah. Prony mi; ba rtinoeJ h
Cirp M I.M. W1IQAV r. a,h n ft Hit..
janli-td A.i.CJ.51 Cav.rFt
nvdr. FIRM rV I'.l'KNET REICItARI' H '
1 t.rmbj Jiio!T't hj mutu.U consent. Luiir
of the parre are authorized to payor collec' .lbUi i
for said firm. S. S. FI'tlEr. !
NOtiCC. Z' , -
T HAVE TWO STRAY HORSES AT MY STA-
1 Ue, on Siutl From .-tr t. The ctfnar n k
tnemtoYean.Uirftt ny re-i U-a-o, No outhtroht
. . - . . ... ... . r L.a.i. W . Vi
ftre't ufM i i- Mm u uii-juj h",
and am loth tmIt-", nli wh:" in the .rfhi" i.
"su n- CARROL CAKTEK.
TiHESTSAMER EMERALD WILL MCHR6JS
hTpn vale freight thiady at ihe tor of Churcn
stree. Con?iK'".e3 w;il come forward a-d revive
their freight lo-dy. janli lt
OHce Cor. Cedar St. & Public Square,
CAPITAL ALL PAID IN.
W. W. BERliY,
M. BURN 3
W. T. BKRRY,
w II. EVANS,
C. E. HILLMAN,
JOHN tf. EWiy,
A. FALL, President,
R. C. McNAlRY, Secretary
This Office, established 1854, continue V.
issue Fire and Marine Policies on the most
liberal terms. Ali losses paid without de
lay and without litigation, except in easee
of apparent fraud. Octll-3m
Shaving and Hair Dressing
SALOON & DATH ROOMS.
THE UNDEBSIGNED HAVING ENTIRELY
X refitted the
Sewanee House Shaving Saloon,
are now prepared to wait on ail who may favor
thfm wi h a i-all. We hae also
Fine liatU Jtootm.
an.t are prepared to furnish Baths, either warm cr
colJ. at short Ntioe. Also keep a sma.t stock of
Gknm FuHNuaiNO Gone
deo27 3m M-KAY A LVfSLET.
Very Valuable Real Es
tate for Sale.
TY AUTHORITY OF TnE l'NITEl STATES
j Cirvuit Court we oiler for sale thai vaiuiU.-prj
i.crtT on Church street, opposite the "Saint Clou.!
Htt-1," hftween the Mcthodjst Chun-h anJ the
ammocs t4ock. on which the bnrnt house" now
sUmlK. The house con be easily repaire.1, and
with the rait amount of material "on the premisa
can he mate Tery aluatle for many purpows. The
let fronts about bO leet, and has a depth of ju feet.
C'hiin li a reet, on which thm prortj .tan. Is is
bound lo tie the "xrent street " o!' our rapidly
prow us city, aud thi thIukI if property po-Kst's
advantages over any other for manv pnrjwses.
Under the same authority we otter se eral other
houses and lots fur sale, on reasonable terms,
itlnu the city litniii', cory valuable tor many pur
poses. 'or terms apply to ...
J. O. EWINrt, or
N. E. ALLOW AY, Truptee.
noTl.T tf (II
Lost or Stolen,
ANEW F(l'Nr-LAN r PUPPY, -of
the feirinine cruder, about ..
eil.t weeka old; pai.t puppy is Trt'i
neck, the houldcrs. and ;ore legs.
Mie lias on a tirasg collar, with tier nam. . uti vu
er's, iuid her place of residence engraved thereon ;
o Ilia terfon who has he r w II not be at Iocs to
kno- where to deiiver her ;he Union cttico. He
w.,1 1 remuneratf d lor hu trouble, aj.J do ques
tions a.sked. j.nul.'l.
VfXAME HO'-E WJTH THP.EJ5 KCNMS
anil a good, cellar iot 13 by 15 tee' in front
ol the Frik-iklin febcp, nes.' he Franklin Pike.
Apply -t 71 Church street, or on the premises.
janU-lv JcHN SHIE.
A FEW e:ESTLEMKK BOr.rEK3 CAN' BE
ccomndated wthgood board by applvina
next door toEatju Lepot, South L'nion street, hr
Summer street. jsnl'i Jw
ri'WO -R THREE CAKPENTi'.RH ANU A3
1 ma;iy laborers, e'aji No, Ce.ir treer.
H'p.goM Mastery, Attectloa !!!
500 BLTKET'j xx PINE TAE f"r Ba: ly
H. V. ItOOERS,
Captain of Siena Ferry Boat
- ' r
Four Va'ualile Store Hoihes
TTE WILL UPPER FOR SALTT, AT PUBLIC
VY sr.cfifiu. en the rreTTise-, on Saturday, .Iso
usrv '-'li . at U o'ciock, VOVR V LV BLE eTOP.
Hnl Sfc.S on South Market street, en of wliich is
...... il nn tha anrlc i-mzt otsrnnr lA Rrnd
! Market street. Ttus description of prnterty ii
i u... I 1 t..r Hi. diM wh.i. 4. -.. In
II.H 'lUUUl 'II' ' " ' " - at ' ' ' ..v -
make a paying ioestr!ier.t, should not fail to av&ii
themelvts of this or r-irtuuity.
W. MATT tPOWS A CO.,
janH-td It' 41 Cherry jtrect
IiOR PAT.E. a stock of MILITARY and
' e'iliins' Clilt.:nR, an i I'l.rniab nz (oots, com
plete in tcrji paru:ient,wb:i t. is othrd with ttt
koo.1 w.ll ol the hou-, at a very If ,f pr.ee. Also,
f..r rT.t u;th Ilia sale .f U.t nod the bt.sl
Ht MSB'S XTAND in the city. A y per.o wish
iDrf a jf.o.I bu-ioe- already est;tbishcd, etin get
lull pr leiimrs bv cal inst oa u .
Wo niil continue to retail Ida malt adane
aU.ve co-A (u reduce te slock. Kitreslns are to
t. bsd. CKILIrt A 8Tr.PHE.NsoN,
j uil : Public Square, Southw -est corner.
UH. t.. SCHiKF JUS r.Eyc.VED JUS OFFICE
fr..tn No. 5:e to No. 4"! NorfS Chf-rr street, up
Maiif, one do r aomi ol )) . mill 1. ri..)U X Co. a
Keal Esute Aicrcr.
Kmfly ret.iM-iiiiejSuiiimc!' fti.el,S. E corner
Ieadeiick ftiiiel, r - - janl4 lm
E'RM THE STABLE OF THE lUFPir;S
e.l, a email d rk Itowu mar mule, ;liout 1
h-n.lK hiuh, and 3 yeara c
k t-nr nn the let't
ii.ru fhould.-r. reward
iaull-4 . -
given l.r poKej.if,fi,
W. Ct l'CH.
. 20 .Tih Oaj far Sale.
A fl'LV TOf.F.O. E. COOPEIt, AT GP.F.UAR
. A ALl!EKTjX"rt FltuiUMnr aud GaaW fittiDt;
.-iwp, 3 doors tiow the l'ut Otfcee, ou Cht:rcl;
TITS PARTNERSHIP JERETOFOR5 EJCWT
ir. under the tatie and myef A. uJU.
Indlrg A Co , i this d.y aia.olved r.jr mutual
consent. A. Harria wuhdrawicK from the Onn.
lh Wholesale Irutier fauainef will be erptmucd
ly A . A M La4l rg. A . LA . ( b EK' .
M O. LMBERu.
I take great pleai-u'e in rerominendiog toy
partnerf, Me9sr. A. unl M. iAndfi, lor U
pa.ronae of Merchant and t-'utiem of thii vicinity,
andfr-el !aufied Iron ceir honoraiiie ajl b'i'iaea
promptitude, ttut tiiey w 11 Lad tn:r eontt-tene
weP tt-towed. A. IlaKHJJ.
Jant-W3t . . . .
OFFICE AS-HISTAJ.T eiUAvTF.RMASTER,)
Ilrrot QciTtiif AT'i StcIls, r
AfHVlU.E, T , . J
T WILL SELL AT PUBLIC ACCTTO;-.', CN
1 Mondav. January IS, lsai, at 10 o'..lvu, A L,
at 'n. lii Bouth Market atrect, Nachviiie, Tenn.,
tue I. .ic;;.; cond-mced goveruir.erjt pro;r:y :
Four (it Co 1 fccoF69.
To (2 Cooking i-tove.
Two ( i) He it nz Stoves
Four U) Cora Mut.
Terras h. in Oove-ansesl tiatla..' PureBasa
to removed oc davef eale at ow er'i r.ak.
tvoraerof Wsi. Gen,0o ii Ttiocai. , .
' .I.' J!L'ilkali.tL'iP
. jaaT-t 1
Cau.n aQ i A. ii. "a.
! DUFFIELD FLT.VN
I. n C l.loi.,a
....t isp Marnier
. h . Krw"' .' -
t . . v
I.vt !i:,ht of
Mr. J. E. McDonough,
With hi -rtii.'ulr Uy of the
Monday Evening, Jaruary 16, .
Fhi o .7.1,7..; -'.-I- E- JuY.Docw.ah.
TmUiine M I-o'ti.
Thi ereat priduct.oo will ccmrri-'e the cntr
tftinment ot the evening.
Pairi or Admuwiin. Pre- Cir'!a 75 en!; Par
quetta Chairs 75 cents; Pnrate Loies o 00; Gal
Utt 35 ceuts.
Tim Ioor3 open at 6 o'clock. Curtain v.U
r.se VJi o'ciocii.
6 t " g
k HOUSE AND LOT, FI ICIHLY SITUATED
. in E1e6eld, oa. the Gall r.a Pike, adjoinirx
lire r Pt'f'y xf Mr. W U l.uoai, only a ftw m n
ut w i:t from the,Pu ie Sunre. Uoa?e we'l im.
p oved, and partly tumi.chf-i with he mot I'cvicrn
furniture. Mouse nd Lot to be srH, wth or with
out tho Furn litre. Till indianii'aHe. Terms made
prly to Dr. A. Kir, on Itie prfmi.e, fr psr
tieitlr. ' jnH in.
1. TT. ALLET.
R. a. THROVl.
ALLEY & THRONE,
(-iUCCEJRi TC W. E WALLACE.)
io.5I, Xorlh College Street,
HAYIN'C. B'.Vir.H TOUT THE ENTIRE STOCK
of Good belorKinjf to W. I. Wsl a e, anc!
added thereto ari-d aod wt-ll selecte t assort
ment of eerjthic in the l.ne. we are prepared to
wait on customer, aid the puUiC er.ersliy, at
reasonable price. Our stoi'ks conit in jart of
500 Pieces Fancy Priftts,
500 pieces Bleached Domestics,
2C0 Pieces Irish Linens,
. Also a fine aeleci'.OB r f
French and En g I Mi 3Ifriuc,
English & French Casimere8
An extensive assortment of I a.lieV, Gentlemen's, j
Misses' and Crildren's
BOOTS & SHOES,
of U.-st make and moderate prices j
ALLEY &, THRONE, j
de.--.';tii f5l N. t 'olleije Ht.
H. D- ROGERS & CO..
Produce & Commission
Nos. 28 4 30 East Second street !
Oiiioiminti, Ohio. J
. - o
Western Reerre Cheese and Butter;
Fish, of all kinds;
JXrieel, Canned and Foreign Fruita;
Produce and Provuions ;
Sutler' Supplies, Ac., &c.
ryiEE ABOVE ASSORTMENT OF ciOOl, WITB
1 large t.ck of OltOClilltl KM, are
ouered at il 1. weet maraet pnc.-
Me eha ta and Sutlera sendin; their orders will
receive prompt attention, or will ;nd it to trirad
ranuige bycaflmjj woea inti.e city.
Consignments Solicited. !
Special attention givea to the sale or purchase o
product, Provisjoni, or Manufactured I
IN OFFERING TIIEIR Pi:02'E-5STONAL SER-VK-ex
to the eit zerw of Narthvilie, and the pul4!
KeonUlT, would ifg to n'nie, that, hivinj; the hen
ehtof MA MY YEAiy EVPKKiKNCE, they
'Can Cure Gonqrrhs
in from three to fir days witiioiit mU rVrm i
any way ith the- Im-ii. r diet of th pat.en'.
Primary Syphilis j
otired in one wek to ten Urs witiiwt jf'vieg the
patie&t a ainjrte niomeots" pain or inconieoieoe.
OLD INVETERATE OR CONHTITLTIONA L
Perm.-.nentiy rented from iheP.v.'xl nd f..eHy
tem restored to perfect hea.th.
Mercurial affectiotra treatej and CfREI) with un
1 CAMP IU H nred inor.e weeL;, an j permanent
ly removed from tie- Uood.
tCKoFl'LA ti.uroughly erad;:al.vl from the
"Tftetn. . , .
All ?kio atvl P jonk' hJeae enrea.
'urr rou teetimonlala troin per-r of the hih-9-t
sitafiding in Un city can b "eeo al U,e In-pen.
N"7 01 ALflBROOSC WASUBRURN,
Ko. V Leadr.ck trt, up aia ra,
ov2i 3m ahT;Ui. Taoa
Louhvllle iKj-J (ilass Works.
WE ARE MANt'FACTTIUMi EVERT VARI
rtyof Vml, Bo't'.e-i, It-ijeait an! l.rocr'a
if.ie. H a'k. Porter, Wine cd Claret bottle',
F.a a and Mineral Water HtAdm.
r Order kwo'icittxt.
C3ic on recood. atreet. Urtueeu M iia and Mar.
kft L.uiviiie, Ky.
janiJ-'Jw J. A. KR.VCK A CO.
MANUFACTURERS'- STOCK OF WATCHES,
Lorketa, Chaina, Era'lt8, P.ina, Piaa, Mi
eouic Emb.euia, Gold FAts and Caeea, tnMber
with a full aaaortmeut o( Fine Jeweirv, w.ll be aold
ai retail for the aext au daya. Ortitfratea naming
tr.e d tTerent arue-ea are put ia envelope ana
eA.ed, ani aen; w. the at regard to chowe. Oae
certifl.aU teilih yoa ?hl joi eu have- for .,
w l! t nttor ) cent, bve cert.4 aies lor f , ele
ven for Si, thirty tor IV. After aem the aiticle, if
it does not pertect aaoetwHton, jno caa return
it aa t get tn mony. Great tndiietneuta are cf-hsr-d
l j Dta We alao mn;ita.Hiire badeet. for
every tiv.ion and corp in ttie anr.y. W0 will
aeod a airpt (?i-"e aiiver) wth your mine, jegt
aueni ww cotnpaoy haielotni f turava- Ustreoa,
on U,e receipt of f i 6o; tour WiUi our aole
uia iiluitrat4 cip iJaX to amenta.
. K M. WARD X CO.,
,otU Sra w . . o A BryaJway, , T.
COFvES OF U.'l..- ANl H U X M ?. R SXR
f. R. AT.I.EN I.e n-vj M.rj,,.,
10HS Et'N ri.EY bt Hnj;
I. It. ALLEN Sr Tr;
Ki - oi.prn. nf
MU. C W. COULDOCK
And hi Ifiui.h t e r.
Monday Evening, January 16th,
WJl he pre.x-ned th nmtm Dnm.i in .
- . entitled the '
' xxtc Fiel-Iin?
Mr C. W. Coi-.Mf,.
TocoiK liiile with the
On Tne'Hay FccnJ npnope of Mr r u
COULKK'K nd M.S. Ce-ULDuCK.
PrlTfe Eoxea IS 00 j Trhestra Seat rj
(Rr.vie't 60 GsUery.........
Colored Gallery - e.,
loon open at i to 7 o'clock. Per.'oraiiUjce t,.
o mmene at o'eIvlc.
U S. Depositary
No. 50 Col ega St., Nashviila,
Will revit ob- r'.ptions to the
Xew 7-30 Treasury IVot Loan.
Thsent.- are Uancd in denominations office)
8H $50l. fjtl.OOO and $3.ooo
matur.nn in THREE YKaIW from Au l:i, ia
tntere t psTabte semt-annniuly in eurrvny, at tr.)
raifr rt-lO PEKCET, rr annum
The nores are pva-.)ein CYirrencT at maTcrty cr
ponvemUe into o-iiO SIX PER CENT C.JLI'
BONDrf, with interest pay-bie itr CjC'ld.
Also, BUY an t SELL, t.f markot raws, at k.n.t-.
of eYERN'.MKNT ?KCl KlTlE, !i:' r.'..t ti
V. s. fl-e mj.Mc.
tt H. ?.!10 TKKSl'RY VrTES.
t I'. M. It! .v..-. CtJcTIFlOAThH OK IN'.Vhi.
V. S. tiUARTERMA-rrER.-' VBlCK-i.
IT. m. '10 d per rfit. t . iLt L. T.:lh
V S. Per (Vr.t. C t'P N an t KK(iMTRAl.
IT. H. L'ARTFRM ATE R.S' V( UCH K. and OK
DEkS OS WAhBINTu for On Yer Ceri: draww
In N'ativillA, ajid ft.xu.sh K,K).t 1tm:Is tr ar
amount on New York, Ciin luuan and LouistiUb.
U.S. Revenue Stamps on hand for Said.
A. G. SANTORP. Preview.
Ja. G. Oudk, Cashier. .lo."."' n
Till: iIICJIIi::-vI IMtU'K
PA IK KOK
J. B. HOWARD & CO.,
- Corner of Union and CoIIega Sts.,
Nashville, August 23 C
In Velvet, Silk;
Ladifs autl Missrs' Cloaks,
Silk, Woolen and
LAMES AND CHTLPP.ENr'S ST0.'3,
Trimmings for Dress Making
In rich Assert went.
Thm u a good c.Vance to buy roo.1.4 of ttm f.-M
bel iudiiy ch as tn pf,irm,t ha male
arranKtmeutit t retire Irotn biiuea. C.l a.T.t
jn?-lrfi ,v,. n ev.lvr irtree'..
SASHV1LLE TSb EDUEFIEU)
ON AND AFTKR HATt'k" t V , JaXT'AKY
7th, th Nahille and &lvH! ' '
Will run the.r (ei.m Frrry B.;
For tii benefit ot travel and citin lwe
N.fhville an.1 Ed f el 1.
Purlieu !-h:li to av .i I ti e .ietentiot "t !v
l.n l--e will r,r.. ti
a ufe nod ipiick me mi of n.wi t viver.
11. V. liOQERS,
Rich, Rare and Racy !
AVERY EEALTIFUL PiriURE OF THE
Lan l-ofiie-t woinau tu th wrid ; a peculiar
ri.-n colored liotorapu in oil. taken loin I te;
taut.ftil to behold. Ih. m ea.ly a mi-irbiAceat
picture; a per ect getn. Wi ia a trf-wif-hikf lu
tv. rnc nfty eeuti. Sent fro hy mail i; a ej.t
eirctilar envelop. Adlr I -AV H i-HO.,
jaoll-trr Boa Pot (.ttW, Ciociasau, O.
HEALQCARTEKd PCWT F N SHV1I.L,
aaTiu.i, Tism., Jan. e.r., lvi.
Oenf ral Order)
Th foiliiwic-int-uct en h;"f hf-n re-!-e 1
( from Ma;. ln. Thoina, ectninan-'m :
'Call ah :h gr.HT4 in and aeisd l? est to thmr
OTrmaiii.j, and K e the Decenary or ten to pre
vaut in th fii'u'e, the eend.ng out cl ty more
ti ;m this I'ont.''
In pumu.ioce hereof, a'.l ia!"e jruarda lr"m th.'
P&et, by whatever au:horty deia.1 1, aili b
cere returned to ihe Hi t-ifals or l.ar-cka If t"
v-hich they can ni no application joro. jer t"
be e:iteru.ue J ia fat i:e.
By eowrr.ind of Br.,;. Gen. J n V. Mruii:
jin101w Cipt. and a-! t A.lj u n.
s. w. ohildre'ss,
ATTORNEY AT LAV,