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UNION 1KB AMERICAN. 3Y P. 0. SJUNHIdaidll & UIF10E: CORNER, cauu,a AMj uilLIliJf ST, OPPOSITE TEE rosi OFFICE. TcraM :.B.iUr, 611; Weekly, 83. THCKSDAV, JANX'-AItY I, 1S66, nxxAi er genterax ,ews, Special dispatches to the Cincinnati papers itatc, that notwithstanding th disagreeable con dition of the weather from the recent storm, the first New Tear's reception of President Johnson wta largely cttesded. The door: cf the Execa- life Mention were. . . I. r : . i . -. i i. .. .nn.M t.n were In fall court drew, porno of them displaying the glittering badges of tho orders to which they belonged, fcir Frederick Bruce, the Brttuh tn Tor. was the first arrival of the diplomatic corps, which was fully represented. The greeting ap peared to be mutually happy, and cipoctaIly in view of the fact .that there is nothing in the con Jiilnn r fV,rim rotations to thrill ten tho dis turbance of the general peace. All the members of the Cabinet, the Justices of the Supremo Court of the United States, and other civil officers, together with Senators and Representatives, also paid their usual annual visit, and exchanged their customary salutations with the President. Athalf nast eleven the officers of the arrav and nary and marine corps were similarly received, 'racy were all in uniform. Lieutenant Genera, Grant and staff being conspicuous among the im posing group surrounding the President. At noon the reception of citizens commenced, and contin ued for more than two hours. The marine band, mcanwhllo, performed in tho Vestibule. The vis itors entered two abreast and passed into the re ception room, and there having been cvcrally introduced to the President, by tho United States Marshal, and shaking him by tho hand; they passed into the cast room, from whence they found an outlet. Tho daughters of the President, Mrs. Patterson and Mrs. Ktovcr, were also near their father and received tho ladies and gentle men visitors. Everything seemed to be cheerful. After the general reception at tho Executive mansion, all tho colored persons on tho premises not, however, a largo number were admitted, and paid their respects to the President. All the members of the Cubinot, excepting Secretary Seward, who is nbscnt from Washington, and the otherGovernment officers, the Mayor, and many citizens of Washington, received their friends. From another dispatch we make this additional extract: Mrs. Johnson, who is a confirmed invalid, was unable to leave her room, and her daughters, Mrs. Patterson and Mrs. Colonel Stover, received the great concourse of guests, thus appearing for the first time in public as tho ladies of the President's household. Mrs. Patterson was attired richly, but simply, in a dress of heavy black silk velvet, trim med with black lace, and a white point tacecollar. Her black hair was rolled back plainly from the front and braided, and fastened in tresses behind. The only ornament worn in the hair was a pure white japonica. Her iewels were pearls andjef Whlto gloves, fan and bocjuot completed her cos tu m fl it rs. Stover was dressed in half monrnlng for the toss of her husband, with heavy black silk trimmed with gimp, white point lace collar, hair til in with tha erei-ntinn or a festoon of tress es behind. Miss Craigmilcs and Miss Baxter, of Knoxvllle, Tcnn., whoro temporary guests of vuo i rcaiucob p, ais'j h."bisiui iii ruccit HI Hiciwiu- pany. Letters from tho City of Mexico say both Maximilian and thoRcpnbicansarcawaitingwith the greatest anxiety tho action of tho United States relative to their affair. Tho Republicans arc snnguino that they will soon bo rc-cnforccd by on army from this country, while Maximilian ex presses a great desire for the most intimate friend ship with us and our Government, and hopes, though not at all confidently, for recognition. He thinks that if ho could hnvbn privato confcrcnco with President Johnson nnffSecrotary Seward he could bring them over to his side. Ex-rcbcl Maury has issued nnotheg appeal for emigrants, in which ho presents in glowing colors tho wonderful resources of Mexico, There is reason to believe that tho President will nppolnt a Southern man to fill tho vacancy in the Supreme Court occasioned by the death of Judgo Catron. Tho friends of Senator Doollttleof Wisoonsln, are urging him for tho place, but with no prospect of success. Judgo Sharkey, of Missis sippL Senator elect from that State, rumor says, is more likely to get into tho Supremo Court than la tho Senate. A Washington special snys: " Tho correspon dencnof our Government with France In regard to Mexican affairs will be sent in to Congress as soon as that body resumes its session. Unless I am misinformed, it will not answer tho anticipa tions wbichhave ted to the offering of some of the resolutions that havo passed in Congress, inas much as it will show that our Government has at no tlmo had any pnrposo or thought of abandon ing the Monroo doctrine. On tho contrary, it has pursued tho courso which stomcJ most likely to secure the practical establishment of that poli cy and at the saniotimor-avo tho country tho ex pense of another war. The wholomatter will now be bsnded over to Congrats for its action; and if that body sees fit to insist upon a more hasty solu tion of the problem, even at tho cod of war, no obstacle will bo placed in its way. Tho wholo re sponsibility will be placed on its shoulders." Another correspondent rays that bcti are mak ing that Cam'pboll will never get any nearer to Mexico than Washington; nor docs it appear, as has boon crroniously reported, that Mr. Seward is anxious for him to go. The appointment is viewed as a sort of tub to the Monroe Doctrine whale, which must bo appeased, for appearance sake, if nothing else, Chief Justice Chaso has said, in conversation that if when holding a Circuit court ho should find the case of the United States vs. Jefferson Davis on tho docket, ho would proceedlwith the cause tho same as any other, bnt that ho should certain ly hold no Circuit court in Virginia so long as that State Is under military rule. Relative to the recent disturbances in Alex andria, a correspondent says "A searching examination will bemado into tho cauui tiiu AmxauurUrlot; though it Is highly probable that the main facts are already develop ed. I learn to-day that tho radicals in the Houso intend to make uo or this and similar disturban ces at tho South, as a handle upon which to urge anew their thcorv that tlio Smith imni v.i in condition for re presentation In the councils of the nation. Tho Lieutenant General will also como in for a fresh assault when thoso 'riots' are be ing nweii upon, ana his report will bo denounced as Incorrect and delusive. The parties arrested In siiexanana win do kcpi in uovernmcnt custody. In regard to the same subject, the Baltimore (7urtteays on the authority of a clergyman who was presont at Alexandria when the riot took place there on Christmas day last, that the ac count which the Washington Chronicle gave of that bloody affray so far as charging tho blame upon young men who were formerly in the Con federate army is concerned, is entirely Incorrect. Thonegroei commenced parading tho streets on Sunday night, armed with pistols, knives and clubs, and marched to the beating of drums. They kept up this demonstration until Christinas mor ning. Christmas day they insulted a number of I whito persons. They halted at several houses ut tering threats at tho Inmates, shouting at. and cursing the Inhabitants generally, and brandish ing their knives and pistols. Finally, thco dis- graeeiui wcncscuimiuaica in an aiiacn upon a white man who was passing along tho street. A general fight soon alter ensnod between the whites and tho blacks, which resulted in tho killing of cvera persons and among tbcm a Mr. Mitchell, who belonged to tho 2d U,S. Regiment of District cf Columbia volunteers. Our Informant states further, that tho white persons engaged in the riot were entirely of the class known as "loyal,' Same of tho Republican Senators evidently know how to T turn a penny." Tho correspon dent of the Chicago Tiaf says : rue uoncroiional directory reeortH llial a ton of Senator Clark, of Now Hampshire, is door keeper of the reporters' gallery; that a son of (senator Cowan Is clerk of Senator ICowan's com mittee at $3 a day fordoing nothing; that a son of geaatorilooimic is similarly lavorea; likewise a inn of Senator Huvard: ditto a son of Senator Dixon; ditto a nephew of Senator Footc; whiloa lltpnew oi een&ior vi aao nanus ai one oi mo en trance doors to the chamber at $1,200 a year. And this ntwxsure is still linavr nnon the annotat ing power in behalf of the uncles, aunts, nelce ana granamoiners oi otner memoers oi mo Amer ican House of Lords. Not a single ono of the young gentlemen alluded to In this nararrank ever served a day in the army or ever would have riono so naa tnc war lasted until the crack or doom.' Colonel Brown. Assstant Commissioner of the Frcdmon's Ilurcau at Richmond, has issued an order making it obligatory uioa the late slavo owners to provide for such of their former slaves as arc now infirm and helpless until the overseers of the poer of the ccuntlcs to which they belong ahall have made arrangements for the care and support of this class of negroes. Major General Howard also instructs the Superintendent of the Frcedmcn's Bureau at Richmond to insist upon making the former owners responsible for the care of destitute frecdmcn. General Howard asks that tho name of any person refusing to obey this order ahall be promptly reported to him at Washington. so that ho may lay the case before the President for his action. It remains to be seen whether tho President wilt sustain the General. Admiral toKitiin? when arreted was found at his residence, at Spring Hill, near Mobile, and was at the time sitting in his parlor perusing a newspaper. When Lieu tenant French, who was acting under order from tho Nary Department, informed the Admiral of the object of his visit, tho latter v expressed much surprise, and claimed that hi arrest was in violation of hi parole, which had been freely given and accepted. cmmc' daughters were very bluer in their jlcHuacixtions of the arrest. Lieutenant Fresch cave him twelve or fifteen hours time to prepare for bin departure, and at the expiration of that time he was taken to Mo- sjiie and placed on board the Steamer Louisa he Kcw Orleans, whence ho Mas brought on Ac steamer Co.La Rica to New York, and .frets tkwe to "Washington. "VVc trust he jMVMwk restored to hit tastily. a cwtKscney. ? Uxiok amVaxssicax Orrics, t ' i January 3, 18G6. A. V. S. ib&lcj, Jtotxutcr ai KaAvUle: dint: 3fijUaffjne alio h token from the y.a0fcwc ofthb dtr, of this date: vTTLSl ?K3 AXD TtXtS LaOE3T CrSCTLATlOS cr ail ike cirr ivurss. un yciicniay, niicr u ccnipciisenof tho circulation cf the city pep era. Postmaster Lindslcy, in accordance with the re quirements cf tho pestoffice law, awarded the publication of the list of uncalled-for Letters for the year 1S68 to the Press and Times, as having a larger circulation than any other paper of this city. The statement implies that' in awarding the "Letter lift," yctt did it upon a com parison of the circulation of all the city pa pers. "We never submitted onr circulation to you, nor even expressed a willingness to encumber our column? 'frith the Iptter list at the inadequate compenation allowed by the Post Office Department. In justice to ue, will you slate how iar the above announcement of the I'ms and Tima, so far as it relates to the UxiON XSD AMER ICAS, was warranted by the facts upon which the award was made. Respectfullv, F. C. Dusxisotok Co. NASnviLLE, Jan. 3, 1866. Metirt. F. C. Dunningion & Co. Gexts: The Union, axd AstEiticANdid not apply for the Letter List, and of courte its circulation was not before me when I made the award in favor of the Press nnd Times. Respectfully youi A. V. S. iirs, 5. LlXDSLEY, P. M. DUTIES OX EXPORTS. Not content with imposing burdensome contributions upon the agricultural industry of the South, through the instrumentality of tariff laws, the enemies of Southern dcvel opement and prosperity, now propose to so amend the constitution as to allow an export duty on cotton and ether Southern exportable productions. Having tailed in the scheme for a universal confiscation of Southern property, and its application to the public debt, they now propo.e to saddle its payment upon an impoverished portion of the people by the indirect means of revenue laws bear ing unequally upon the people of the Union, They would pile tho Ossa of export duties upon the Pelion of import duties, and crush the energies and hopes of the South ern people forever. The result of the tariff laws, which have existed from the formation of the Govern ment to the present time, is fairly shown in the vast accumulation of capital by manu facturers who have received its benefits, It has built up the most stupendous monopolies, and aggregated capital in the hands of the few, and a full state ment of which would astound the Amer ican people. The princely incomes of the manufacturing gentry of . the 2Tortl rivals those of royalty itself, and the mag nificcncc of dcss and equipage dazzles as a regal pageant. The poor operators expend their labor and their lives in building up these fortunes, but their children inherit none of the fruits of their toil. Tho pro posed export duties will have the effect to strengthen these unjust monopolies, by re ducing the price of the raw material at home, aud increasing it abroad, thus putting wider difference between the cost of the manufactured article, and compelling the home consumer to buy from those already made rich by the tariff system. The protective policy of this country took its rise in the infancy of our manufacturers, and was intended to aid and cherish them in their struggles to maturit. It was not intended to bo perpetual, but was designi-d by its movers and advocates to accomplish a well-defined specific purpose and then pass away forever. This interest has now reach ed its manhood, and in its powerful strengtl is not only grasping the gratuitous aids by which it has gained so much, but is reach ing for others by which it is to be made absolute monarch over, the industry and pockets of tho entire American people when & wave of its wand shall lie the en prcmc financial and commercial Jaw of the land, disobedience to which is commercial death. It is a strange cry, at this late day, to hear tho full-grown, purse-proud manufacturers of the United States, uttering tho infant's wail, or the coward's plea that if they are not protected they must die. That day has past, and that cry is hypocritical and mis chicvous it means monopoly, perpetuities, and all that brood of indirect and legal rob beries, which the framcrs of the Constitution cnaeavorcu to proviuo against, it is a covert effort to take advantage of the unfor tunate circumstances in which the country is placed, to change tho ancient landmarks of public policy, and to erect a moneyed despotism over the heads of the people. IICAD CKXTKK NTEI'KEXH-WirAT IN HE "WHERE IS HE? Forney's Philadelphia 2Vw, we sec, lias a sort of sensation editorial, going to show that Stephens, tho escaped Irish Head Cen tre, "so-called," is untrue to the Fenian cause, and is really in tho interests of the llritish Government. This is a serious alle gation against so august a Fenian, and it will be well for Mr. Fomey to have his proofs ready, if challenged to make good his words. His escape from prison, it is more than in timated by the Pws, was connived at by the British Government. Meanwhile, it certainly is a little strange, that the whereabouts of this mysterious man, since his escape, arc not yet disclosed. The report that he is in Paris docs not ap pear to rest on any authority but that of ru mor. It is said, however, that he is in cora- ?.i i . , municaiion wiui ins menus ncre, tor a re porter for the Aors, who visited "head quarters" recently, says: "Portions or letters riven II v written l- ir. Stephenswere read, vrhich enablo him to slato luai a prompt snuemeni oi tuncrencos is likely to take place, as tho circumstances transpiring in other quarters demand such a course. In portions of the letters. Mr. Stephens t IiIm mnt ...,!,..! caiij mi i vp wni id uny movement hemg made in tho direction of Canada or elsewhere until the time comes for Ireland to measure her strength with the old enemv." In tl,;t,MnU( t,. Implores that his opinions may meet with respect ful attention, and cautions his Fenian friends against any one who might preach a contrary doc trine. The language, of ono orthe letters is, "any man is a coward and a knave who would do so now." Whether Mr. Stephens and Johnilitchel met and Joined hands our reporter la'not at libertr ivEiaic, uui ran mj luai nr. eiepnens looked upon the arrival of John Mitchel ia Kuropo as he weuldupoa theappearaneo of a redeeming au- The Isew lorfc Democracy intend to commemorate the Sth of January (anniver sary of the battle of New Orleans) with un usual eclat the design being to elicit, from the various distinguished gentlemen who have been invited to attend, some formal expression of opinion as to the future policy of the party, in connection with the pecu liar circumstances m which it finds iticlf placed. This Is a good move. A UIOANTIC KHCEL SOLDIER. An Abingdon (Virginia) paper notices the de parture from that place of "Babv" Bates, for his home on the Big Sandy. Baby is de scribed as over seven feet high, weighs three hundred and forty-one pounds, twentv-cight years of age, and has a foot fourteen inches long. He served in the rebel armv dnriuc the war, and, although as casv hit as a bam door, he succeeded in escaping without a scratch. Lvvoematiox has liecn received of the confiscation, lr the Provost Marshal at Lcx- mgton, of a considerable ouantitv of vauiame nines belonging to the. tanner' of W place, and in part the propcrtv of the widow of Stonewall Jackson. liniOlIAM YOCXO h.nWn ,1 HI !,., t. t wv , IATE AS9 TX PWtTAJET JTEWS FBOX XEXIC9. 1 Recent advices from the City of Mexico contain pome very interesting statements with reference to tho treaty entered into by France, Austria, Italy, Spain and England, to guarantee Maximilian' throne. It is now alleged taat this treaty was.cigncd come sixteen mcnths rince, before the war for the Lnion was closed, and when the opinion was universally held abroad that the rebel lion would be successful. The guarantee of the integrity of Maximilinn's empire, how ever, remains, though it has not been deem ed prudent to make it known up to this time. Recent events, especially the diplo matic correspondence, sincethe close of the war, lias made it, in the opinion of the upholders of Maximilian's, author ity, desirable that the text of tho treaty should be given to the world. It is under stood that the next mail from the City of Mexico will bring the text of this treaty, wliich will be published in the Diario, tho official organ of Maximilian, at the Mexi can capital. The advices from that quarter also state that Maximilian and his friends entertain no apprehension respecting the permanence of his empire. In addition to the guarantee of the "Western powerx, there arc large material interest at stake. One company a French one is building a road rcm the Citv of Mexico to the Pacific coast, while another company an English one is lmildinc a road from Vera Cruz to the City of Mexico. Maximilian' support era boast that these two roads will be com' pleted before our Pacific road, and that it will secure a good deal of the trafiic of the East Indies and Eastern Asia, which we hope to monopolize by the building of the railroad to the Pacific. There are mining companies, manufacturing associations, and other large enterprises, on foot, both in France and England, who will have claims on their respective governments, which will induce them to insure the perma nence of the Mexican empire. A Iselnycd letter from a Jjuly Corres pondent at I'liliuilil-Itcms of I tie Day -Social and Xcwh Gonnlp, Etc. Etc. COBBESPO.NDESCE OP THE CXIOX AND AMERICAS. " Barkis " had a heavy cart and a slow horse, but "Peggotty" was "comfortable, though." " Well," as we Tenneiaecans say if old friends leave, th6y sometimes' return. Hence, the general law of compensation. There is always something to fill a vacuum, As I sat listlessly, longing for a paper the other day, littlo did I anticipate the treat the next mail would bring me. Time was, I could not sleep until I had scanned the columns of the Union and American. But many luxuries had to be dispensed with by those whose husbands fought, fled, fell or failed in glorious war. When our " Jamie came home" with one "silver" dollar and honor, both of which I hope to keep, I laughed to keep back the cry. and adopted economy for my motto. Wnat with har monizing, hardships and heartbreaks, noth ing had accumulated to bring back the van ished joy of long ago. Being related rQ Cousin Blarney, I am not slow in speaking the praise of those I prizes to expect many good words. Our genial townsman, Luther AV. McCord, proposes soon to re-commence the publica tion of tho Independent Citizen: I like that adjective, It ought to belong to. and " des cribe" every citizen, " Extremes meet," which I will illustrate by giving the news of the week veal:. Miss, South has married Mr. North. The United States is inviting, and Love never studied Geography. A guard explaining why one of his own color got into diflicnltjhsaid, he was impelled into it. The truth is, firmness nourishes like the Century plant. It is n noble flower but seen only once in a hundred years. lnc cnurciics arc beginning to revive. Itev. Mr. Kwing, now Pastor tif the Prcsby- tcrian Church, is making a favorable im pression. It has not been my good fortune to listen to him from tho pulpit. In the social circle he is a pleasant companion. The Methodists have held n quarterly moet ing. The weather was inclement, and tho attenuancc comparatively fcmall. Several ministers from other churches were present. At theinvitation of the Elder, thev all joined him in partaking of the Lord's Supper, ex cept one, whoe name I did not learn. lie is a missionary to the colored Christians, and hails "from other parts." Hp declined to communicate with the preacher, but after wards communed with the people. His hu mility struck me. "Man lookcth on the ouirwrf appearance ; but the Lord lookcth on the heart. In times past, this was a pleasant retreat, nestiea lovingly anipng tnc green hills. Scathed by the scourge of war, its beauty is cone : but its true hearts remain no. not all. Many a sad face and dewy eye tell of tnc mangieu iorm anu nameless grave. Baiu an old lady, "It is wrong in me, I know ; but, oh I it seems so hard that other boys got nome, anu poor jicnry coum not:" Chancery Court is now in scssion,Chancel lor Kosc, of Lawrence county, presidimr. The newly appointed Circuit Judec is n. "Ward, Eq vice Judge "Walker, resigned, and present Consul to St. Thomas. On last Monday he started for his distant Island home, accompanied by his wife and flic "fascinatinc .Mrs. . The City Fathers havo awakened, and kindly given us a police and constable. The latter walks about like an ancient Lie tor, stick in hand, and woe to the luckless wiglit, torgctlul ot "the powers that be." Hon. Jas. McCallum, ex-memtJer of the Confederate Congress, venerable for years, wisaom, anu nis exemplary lite, has lately commenced the practice of" law. in nartner. ship with John C. Brown, formerly a Major uencrai in me reoci army. ung. Ucncral Gordon, who, like Absalom, was once "cap tured by the hair," because he rebelled, is here studying law. May his future career be as useful and happy as his past was bravo anu nriiuant. The Literary League deserves at least a passing notice. It is composed principal ly oi young men, who meet once a week for discussion and debate. The rain patters pittilesslv. the row sLimU shivering, the dog whin, the cat purrs, the cmiurcn come in com, gray snauows stalK into the room. Night has come. A chcerv voice calling out a new paper roucs me. No doubt you are tired of tlicsc vairarics. So gooa nignu cnouiu mis serve to enliven a weary moment, vou may hear from me again after Christmas, ''provided always," the help doesn't leave, the bahv is well "nntl .1 I- i r i. r me worK uoskci is cnipiy. Lilly Lvi.e. Admission of Southern Representa tives. Says the Xational Intelliqenttr : The Northern papcrsarc circulating a hint that in virtue of some understanding the Tcunesscc members elect arc to be immediately (and those of other Southern States shortlv after the rc-opening of the session) admitted to scats in the House of Representatives. "We should be sorry to bo obliged to contra dict this in tolo. Nevertheless, we ire con strained to say, after due inquiry, that the assurances thus conveyed are premature, and that the information on which they are said to havo been grounded was misapprehended. No material change has occured touching this matter since the adjournment. X jiost serious difficulty recently took place in the town of Versailles, in Woodford county, Ky., between Judge Steele, Zack Brown and some twp or three otherfL in which some five of the parties implicated were seriously, if not mortally wounded. The origin of the difficulty was in relation to a law suit, through which the Judge and one other of the parties became involved in a personal difficulty, by which other friends of each took a part, when the affair became al most a general thing. No one was killed in stantly, bet one or two of the combatants are not expected to recover from the wounds re ceived. Hon. "Win. H. 6lilc. formcrlr minister to Austria from the United States, author of - !- .1- IT. i 1 . r .1 . a auik in uio pumicu nisiory oi uiai country during his reaidtpce there, and once . ' s i re-preseiauYc in MVifress lroai ueorxia. died in Savannah at his raklencc on the 23d ult. He was a gentleman of fine talents and greatly esteemed. There are now seven daily and several weekly ncwpaper in Richmond. Spain and Chile. The dispute between Spain and Chile is believed to be on the eve of an amicable arrangement. The media tion of England has been accepted by Spain, and there is every" reason to believe that that Doweri3 auito prepared to abide bv the propositions which England may suggest. Paris correspondence London Timu, The Enrtiah note, amended bv the French government and accepted by England, con cerning certain propositions for the settle ment of the Chilean difficulty, was received at .Madrid on the Sthand its reception ac knowledged the same evening by telegraph to Paris. It proposes that vessels captured from Chile by Pareja shall be given back, and that the money payment in shape of in demnity shall be demanded. As to salutes, on which Chileans are as punctilious as Spaniards, it is proposed they shall be alter nate ; that is, the first gun of the Chileans chall be immediately answered by the Span Mi admiral, and so on, gun for gun. , A lVnJiui Expedition Expect ollolf !ie Conqt. From the Cork Herald, Dec. 13. It is well known that a number of our most skillful and experienced pilots, from every part of the Irish seaboard, have re cently left the country for the purpose, it is believed, of taking charge of a Fenian ex pedition on its arrival olTour coast. A few weeks since, a shipmaster, whose knowledge of every nook and cranny of the Irish coast is well ftnown in nauticlc circles, left Queens town as a saloon passenger by one of the em igrant Bteamers,for 2sew York, and it is gen erally believed among lib friends at this port that he is to pilot one of the Fenian gunboats, whose power, it is said, will be di rected against British commerce. The Daughter of Mes. Jordan, the Actkess. Wc have to announce the death of Lady Augusta Gordon Hallyburton, only surviving daughter of King "William IV.. by Mrs. Jordan, the actress. The deceased lady was born November 20, 1803. She married, first, on 5th July, 1827, Hon John Kennedy Erskinc, who died 7th March, 1831 ; and, secondly, 24th of August, 1830, Lord John Frederick Gordon Hallyburton, third son of George, ninth Marquis of Hunt ley, by Catharine, second daughter of the late Sir Charles Ope, Rart. Her ladyship diett on Jbnday last at lially burton House, Conpar Angus, If. B. London Express, Vee. II- On Sunday, 31st December, 1805, at3 o'clock p.m. Dr. Alfred Kolls, of congestive fever; fon-inr law of James Plunkvt, hti., of this City. For Cairo and SI. X,ouIs. rplIK FINE NEW PASSENGER STEAMER, JL Tyrone, Harmon, Master, will leave for tho aoovo ana an intermediate, l'oru on mil u; DAY, the 4th instant, at 4 o'clock r. H. tor treignt or paasago apply on board, or to VIM. LOYD. Acent. jsnt Jt Corner Broad and Front streets. For IiOHi.srilIcaiitl Cincinnati (Regular Passenger Steamer.) riMIE ELEOANT SlDE-WHEEIi PASSENtJER 4. stcainer, KjaiECOA, 'Captain samdix V. iilLDKETii, will leave in nuovo on FK1UA1', tlie sin met., at i v. M, i'or freight or parage, apply on board, or to W.M. UOYD. Agcut, ;anl 2t Corner Ilroad and Front streets. S T A It 1. 1 X E. Cincinnati and Nashville Packet Company. For Toifisyillc aud Cincinnati, &8TV1 HATUIIDAY 6th, at 1Q a. m., tho fine Pamenser fcteamer, lll;K''JIA, u. 11. 1'iltSEL, Majiw, lex. jiAVLur, uicrK. For lrcifftit or passage apply on board, or to J. F. U'SIIAIHUINESSY. Agent, janl St Corner Clark aud Front its. Cheap T..ois for .Sale. WIUTEMAN AND STEVENSON'S ADDI TIOX. on tlio Charlotte Pike, or Cedar street extended, part of tnc Harrow Tract. fcineo our Public ealu of those beautiful Lota. wo have gold a. number at privato (ale. Parties desiring to purchase would do well to call before tncclioieo l.on are au sold. . J. L. i- R. W. BROWN. janl lw 3Sya Union street. Second Quarterly Statement or the TJIPU) M!TI0XAL BMK OF On the 1st Day of Tan. ISOtt. ASSETS i Loans and Discounts - - ' Premium Accounts Premium on U. S. nond - 10-10 Registered Bonds, deposited with Treasurer U. S .... 35.000 00 5-20 Coupons Bonds . 100.0UO 00 U. S. Certificates of Indebt edness 12,000 00 U. S. 7-SO Treasury Notes... 97,850 00 Audited Vouchers,- 2,851 K) 490,931 00 5,315 00 217,701 80 WOW 50 Sight Exchange- Cash Items: Uold -. Legal Tender and National ilanK .otcs 405,019 50 409,514 56 31,278,758 16 LIABILITIES; Capital Stock - $ 100,000 00 curpius i unu. - ,soo W rrom ana loss.. - -. j.Jll Individual Depositors anil Certificates of Deposit. - 1,175,041 CS $1,278,753 95 t. o.,.t.3, t-usuicr j.uiru aiioiiai ianK of Aasbvilic, do (olemuly avxsar that tho above statement is true t jjjio best ol my knowledge and Mcifi-f. x.uu.Aiv ju.im, lioiter. STATE OF TENNESSEE, 1 Sworn to "nd subscribed before me. Jnnnnrv.? 1800. A. C. NUKNEL, A'crfurv J-vOhc. 3t Eighth Quarterly Beport iOF THE FIRST NATXOSAX BANK OF NASHVILLE, OX THE 1STSIOXDAY OKJAS'Y, 1SCO. RESOURCES. Notes and Bills of Exchange discounted - Furniture and Fixture, etc.. 4510.109 11 8.753 a 3,7V7 13 183,039 77 12.714 19 1,5.,00 Current Expenses-..... ..... Dne from Natiuuul Banks Dun from other Banks and Bankers... .... Funds in transitu -. U. B. Itonds deposited with Treasurer to secure circula- t tion..... & .m fin rm U. fi. Bonds deposited with Treasurer to secure deunyitji. l.VI IKY) m U. 8. llonds on hand :no K4(i i uiner ly . c.rwuriuc.. .......... is,U3S CASH ON HAND -7T.0.77S 5 " UrB-XegSl Tendcr Notes 327,433 2tt Com- pound Interest Notes.... 272riK1 nn Gold nnd Silvrr ir,Xil 17-C14.K55 40 LIABILITIES. 10 Capital Stock paid ill .. $2jO,G00 00 Surplus .1 und . . at owl W Circulating notes, outstanding 222,450 W Profit and loss ... igy -4 DnelcdiVidualdcpositor?l,II9-.y 37 ircasurcr u.a.- iasjjt 51 Banks and Bankr Mi lr4 '.v. n ra Diridtcd unpaid.... ' '&iq m $2,C90,1M 10 JAS. Q. OGDEN. Cashier. Sworn to and subscribed before me, this 2d dy of January; 1505. A. a NORVELL, X. P. janl-Ct jas. a. picci;, J. V, MAKIKK. Late of Evans A- Co. Late of Evans .t Co, PIGUE & MAiNTER, ' EVANS, PORTER A- CO.'S OLD STAND.) DEALERS IX STAPUB A3T FAXCl' Dry Goods, Varieties, Ac, Ac. .Vc, So. OI SCnrkct at., 24 loor from Sqrtnrr, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, HAVTNG pnrehaed of Mesrs. Evans, Porter & Co- their Stock. 51 Market ir w pablie that we intend keeping at all times a large iaao rvuia m siauiur 10 our mn.i mnrt th. enables nt to sell atTerv hort nmfitu Nashville, January 1st, 1SW5, police. -rTAVING SOLD OUT OUR STOCK OF GOODS JUL t No. 51 Market street, to Mes-n. Pi me & Manler,wetakeplrvuralnreeon:mendlnilhrm!to our friends as rent lemen of capacity and intern ty. and bespeak for them the patronare of the friends of the old firm. EVANS, PORTER A Co. J an t tt AUCTION SAW rPOBE SOLD ON FRIDAY .MORNING AI "uvt me jiiiiuirmi sriieicsj 13 boxes Bittersr 2 boxes Tobacco: ' 10 boxes Layer Rabins; lO.half boxes do iu can Barren Kyrun; 5 bori2 Horso Itaddish, 1000 pounds Bacon; 10 tloi Firing Pans, assorted; 23 boxes ATine; 23 bflXM Knnn? Other ai tides too numerous tomcntion, to lie sold without reserve. R. G. rAOE, janl 2t No. 47 Public Square. SITUATION "tVAXTED AS CLERK IN A 'WHOLESALE ESTAB LISHMENT, by a youne German. Befer- enco Sivcn atChai. JSclscn Jt Co.'s, Market St.. X. jan4-3t No.i OYSTERS! OYSTERS ! ! OESTACRANTS. HOTELS, AND PARTIES XL orderinir Oyster?, TAKE AOTICE, That W. P. HAHN is eclliuff D. D. Mallorv .t Co.'s sa. pcrior Oyster at tho reduced price of SEVJEXTY ri VJE CKXTS ( 75 ) per Can, by the Case, and win nu orucrs at ino nortesc notice. W. P. HAHN. Oyster Dealer, No. 1 Criddle street, near Louisville Depot, j an 4 lw FOR RENT, "f?RONTING ON CHURCH STREET. IN THE JL Umox anb A.mericas Block, a Room admir ably suited for an Office or small Retail Business. Apply at the Counting Room of the Union1 and American'. janl tt Rccoraer's Office, 1 Nashville; Jan. 1, 186C. J A LL PARTIES DOING BUSINESS IN THE tv whoso Licences have emireil. are XJL City whoso hereby notified that they must be renewed without delay, as no indulgence, will be granted after tho publication of this notice. Y. H. WILKINSON, Recorder. jan2. 'CC lw Jolinsouvllle, Cairo nnd tit. Ixiuli Daily Xine of Packets. RUNNING IN CONNECTION WITH THE Nasville and Northwestern, Nashvillo and Chattanooga, and Tennessee and Alabama Rail roads. A l'lKST CI-1SS IMSSKXOEU KTEAMEH Leaves .Tobnfonville for St. Louis, Cairo, and Paducah ever' day on tho arrival of the cars, conncccing at Paducah with tho Cincinnati Pack ets, at Cairo with the Illinois Central Railroad ; tho Memphis Packet Company, and Atlantic and Mis;issip Steamship Company and at St. Louis with all the Railroads and Upper Mississippi Ports. OIllcc corner or Church nnl .Summer Streets, opposite St. Cloud Itel, ju2, 'G0-tf AIiiiinistra(ors' Xoiice. TTAVING QUALIFIED AS ADMINI8TRA- T TOR and Administratrix of tho Ftato of Dr. J amei Overton, deceased, all persons indebted to said Estate nro hereby notified to como forward and settle. All persons having claims Jigainst the Estate are also notified to present their claiinin the form and within the time prescibed by law, or bo forever barred. 11. II. OVERTON, Adin'x: A. Y. OVERTON, Adra'r. Nashville, Tcnn,, Jan. 2, 1893. jan-T-lOt Chamber of Commerce. .n--1 i ' rrirr T" I u cn rT l vtt awv being a Holidaythe regular mectingwill bo held at the Hall on TUESDAY, the 2d January, lHtiti. at 2 o clock p. M. By order of tho President. ISAAC LITTON, " deeSJ 2t fjocrotnry, Dr. Thos. Menees, HAVING PERMANENTLY LOCATED IN Nashville has taken office on Chnrth btroe' Ko 47, (ap ttairsj uoM-lis, DES.S.C. FOSTER AND J.E.BUIST riiENDER THEIR PROFESSIONAL SERVI: JL CES to, the citizens of Nashvillo and vimnity. Office No. 2 AVu)itnstoii ltloclc. Corner Church and High street?. 4 tf Nashville, Tcnnetee, ron BEST. rplVO VERY LARGE ROOMS IN THE JL Fourth Story of tho Union and Amkeicax Block, well adapted to uiun purposes. Apply at the countlng-roomI this onicc. F. C. DUNNINGTON A- CO. dcclQcrtf lr Splendid Speculation ! AVe offer for sale, on unusual good terms, tho lcac for a long term of years, of tho popular and well kept SAINT CLOUD HOTEL, situated on the corner or Summer and Church streets, in tho city or Nashville. Those desiring a safe aud paying investment, arc requester to call on NELSON A MURFREE. I'or Kent Two decant new Brick Dwellings. in good order, on Broad street extended, West N ashvillo for rent on fair terms, Also, a dwelling on tho comer of Vino and Mc; UuvocK streets, boutti oi iiroau. Also, a Brick Dwelling in South Na'hvtllc, .near tnc line oi tnc street uauroau. I'or finlo Thrco comfortable and convenient ninnr iiniTpriJ W . ' : T i .V..:. i -. r aivin. iiuuofM. uii vuihiui uvcuu? ueineeu Chcrrj' and Eummer streets, each containing four rooms, besides kitchen and servant's room. We invito special attention to this choice property, suitable lor persons ol moucrate means. A choice farm of 150 acrc9. seven miles from Nashville, on tho Lebanon Pike, near McWhir- tersville, at a littlo over hall its real value. Farm of 1.150 acres in Williamson county, on Harpeth river, rich as cream ; good for corn, good for tobacco, good forwheat, good for stock-raising, good for everything that land is good for any where ; offered for$50 an acre. Cotton press, gin, etc., on the place ; enclosed substantially, well watered, and has elegant and costly imprdve- mcnts. Farm in Manry county, not far from Columbia, Zii acre, at alow price. .o improvements. Farm in Davidson, tew or twelve miles from Nashville, at a very low rate, for cash. Good land and fine improvement!, A cholco littlo place, neat as a pin, snug bi a bug in a rug," and. cheap as pretty, four miles iNorth oi asnviue, ison tnc market. Apply to dcc31-lw NELSON & MURFREE. FOB RENT. A N EXCELLENT DWELLING HOUSE ON XV Cherry street, a few doors below the Pot Ullice. Enquire at No. 25 Union street. decar-tf I.OITISVU.I,E AST XAKIIVII.I.K ItAI I, BO AB-IJI POUTiUT TO NIIIPI'ERS REDUCTION OF BATES. ON AND AFTER THIS DATE AND UNTIL Further Notice, tho following rates will be charged on freight between ftashville, Tennessee, and Louisville, Kentucky, per 100 lbs. THIRD CLASS. Met. FOURTH CLASS, 30cl. GRAIN. 27 ets. Special Jlatcs will be made or Reduced Kales ier Car Juoad. Pig, Railroad and Scrap Iron, Hay, Salt, Cc racnt and Plaster, 833 per Car Load. Live Stock, Dressed Lumber. Agricultural Im plcments, New Furniture and Machinery, H'3 per Car Load. Freight Classified according to the reduced cl.in sification of the regular Freight Tariff of this Company, dated December 1st. 1SG3. aud received and transported, subject tn tho rules and condi tions of tho same. ALBERT ri.MC. General Smierintendrnt. JAU. S. ililAfcl-UKU, General Agent. T. S. BLAIR. Fre.ieht AeenL Nashville. Nashville, Tcnn., Dec. 8. 18G3. tf PRIVATE BOAROIXU. rjlWO OR THREE FAMILIES CAN BE AC JL eommodated with nice Rooms and Boarding by applying immediately at No. UTNorth Summer street. A few Day Boarders can be accommodated. Also, a two story brick Stable, in the rear, for rent. , dec28 lw J, R COOPER, Real Estaic and Claim Acenf. NO. :w CHURCH STREET, I. O. Box 277, Nnnhvlllo, Tenn. liriLL- ATTEND PROMPTLY TO JTHE V nLATMis nnlittt tlm J Y COLLECTION OF United States, and procure Bounty. Back Pay, Pensions. A'r. IIkvi nRsneotntnl h;mlr urith nn able and influential firm in Washington City, llO offers mm intltff.f.lnpnta tn tlini jwhn Kvn claims of any description against the Government pi inc united Mates, uovernmcnt Vouchers Bought or Collected. opcciai attention given to all busmesspertaining to a Real Estate and General Agency. janj ii. W. J. ASCINOTOX. p. if. pmnip ARRINGTOif & FARRAR, . Ileal XNfateaiuIGciicralAKoata XO. CS PUBLIC SQUARE. NEXT DOOR NORTH OF CITY nOTEL. X-VSirVIIXE. TENNESSEE. ja2, '55-tf. ALE AGENCY. J. F. GOOPES, (Successor to A. D. Flemfnr . rv .i,.!,nu SUnd, No. 03 Church street, NAKIIVILtn. - - TEXJfESflEE. of " SanJ.-r-i.C ."T5i,.ua, the best branas rinnfttnV-'lbted Chif." Wheeling. Cin rwnati. Pair Cream, and Slock AIe-.it low I DRUGs & MEDICINES, DRUGGISTS AND R. P. JENKMS- it 'CO.. , , Successors (.?-' DDR. TOM W3ELJL.S, 32 Market St., opposite Union. T ESPECTFULLY INFORM THE OLD PAT JLv rons of Dr. WELl.Sand tho public generally, that his successors will do all in their power, by dilligcnt attention to business, to merit a continu ance of the Doctor's former largo and extensive patronage.; They will keep constantly on hand PURE IIRl'GS, ASD CIIE3IICAE.4. ESSENTIAL OIIJ, 3IKDICIXAJ, WQVORS, Powers and Wcightman's Cclobrated Chemicals, Blue Mass, Sulphate Quinine, Sulphate Morphls, Iodine, Iodide Potash, Chloride of Gold, Ether, etc., etc.' Our Phannaccuial preparations are such as Tinctures, Extracts, Syrups, Cerntes, Ointments, Plasters, etc., are made in strict accordance with the revised Pharmacopia. Family Medicines, Such as Pills, Ointments. Diarrhoea Cordials, Ague Tonics, Alteratives, Invigorating Cordials, Cough Medicines, and in fact all the Patent Medicines Of the day. I most articles of Perfumery, I ancy and Toilet articles of every description; fancy perfumed Soap. Hair Oils, Hair Restoratives, Tooth Washes, Tooth Brushes, and all articles in this lino pertaining to the Toilet. Rqtai)ie k jclccic?lcdciuciii, Such as Frch Roqts and Hcrhs, of all kinds: Tilden's aud B. Keith's Alkaloid and Rcsuoid, and their copccntratcil Extracts, TriiMKCs! Trusses!! Trusses!!! For the million, of every size and variety. Denial & SurfjiaJ Instruments PRESCRIPTIONS. AecnratclyfiHcd.ntallhoursofthcdny and night, Spices, Iyc SlutTs, Pninls, ETC,. ETC. Allspice. Pepper, Cinnamon, Cloves, Nutmegs, .uiicv, jjiu3iaru, iiromniic jseeas, .iiauucr, fcpan ih Indigo. Logwood. Copperas, Blue Stone. Mil riato or 'lin. Cudbear, etc. Window Glass. 8x10 ,u superior quality. While Lead, Mixed i amis, rcaoy lor use; Linseed Oil, Turpentine, wiu; J.ampsoi every variety, nnd (argo snp Lanrlreth's Garden Seed Just received, a very largo supply, lot of Grass Seed, Also, a large TO PHYSICIANS. ROBERT P. JEXKiXS, Prcicriptionist and anu i-narmccist, ai me uiu etand oi ii. g. 'match. er. now pi iuo hrm oi u. r. j. i Co., would in form tho Physicians of Nashvillo. and snrrnnml ing country, that it is our, aim to supply every want of the Practitioner, in the linonf Ma nm. fessjon. and will spareno pains to accomplish that end satisfactorily. He will bo much pleased toscn any oi mo faculty wno will honor our establish ment with a visit. Ho hopes by constant attention to business to merit a share of patronage, assuring them that their favors will bo prepared with fidelity, of tho purest materials, and by hirascjf pcrionnlly, or an aocomphshd Prescnptionist, Our rciocic einoracc ine greatest variety, and rthing coming within the Drug Business. every Givo us a call and tion. wo will guarantco satisfac- AU orders entrusted to promptness nnd accuracy. our caro filled with R. P. XEXKIXS, at CO., 32 Market St., opposite Union, NASHVILLE. TENN, SIOX OF THE MAX AXB MORTAR. jan3 2w MUSIC, PIANOS $c. MUSIC STORE. U3 UNION STREET. rrHIS OLD ESTABLISHMENT DEALS IN J. Pianos ofStcinway and Sons, J. B. Dunham, class instruments. Carbairt, Necdham A: Co sun- rivalled CHURCH AND PARLOR ORGANS. Also, SHEET MUSIC, and MUSICAL MERCHANDISE GENERALLY Give it a call before you purchase. P. 8. Have iut added to tho .-lhnri. l!t nt t'inno-.Makcrs, cAiXExnF.no i- vaiipel. Call and examine. dec2Mm PIANOS! PIANOS! MASON k HAMLIN'S CABINET ORGANS. YOU WILL FIND THE BEST ASSOrT ment in the city at Ltuk's New Music Store on OHUROH STREET, Onnoslte PL Clnml TTnlnt Also Sheet Muiie, and Musical Instruments of all kinds. Be sure to call before purchasing elsewhere. Pianos tuned by Mr. Jackson, JOILV JLUCK, Lack's Building, Church Strett, opposite SU Cloud Hotel, and 41 Union Street. lec4 3m. rrXDLETON JOCLET. 53 Water Street,. C. LASDO.VMAtL St. Luais, Jfo. iMew orK. Late with Berthold. Smith A Co., St. Louis. J0UETT. HALL & CO., Cotton and Tobacco Factors AND GKNKBAL Commission Merchants, 20 SOUTH MAIX STREET, jrEBCHASXH' iauuE KIMCll, ST. LOUIS, MO. Consignments of Cotton, Leaf Tobacco, Sugar, Coffee, Molasses, etc- solicited, and orders filled for Pork, Bacon, Lard, Flour, Basgisg, Rope, etc. dec2 3m 1200 BARRELS OF JPXeCR; , 136 BALE3 OP HAY; IM BARRELS QF APPLEffi 3ft BAGS OF BRAN; BO TIERCES CHOICE FAMILY LARD; For sale at reduced rates. KIIKA At dC-3t rarra, Clark street. BANKERS & BROKERS. BANK XOTE QUOTATIONS. The following are tbeTates' paid by C. N. OnD wat. Broker, 58 College street, for nnenrrent money. Order for the purchase or sale of the same will receive prompt and faithful attention from him. Remittance may be made to him by , ti wuwiu i..iin.j. Bank of Commerrn 5S Bank of Tenn . . ' the Common .oWin ,.wp.aU-b.T -r-r-- V, Bank of Tenn, isans oi uowamsviUc, new m. t i. p.111"' me "id i0- issue. otA-urt.! j ... 2) trivia iJAutu m. ot mininn K S sSk or RlctoaZ Bankof Chattanoogs, , Rockbridge, M i em ScottsvilletSe- Midd! RP11" ? cured) 20 Aiiuuie ienn. au n.i. i-,v -1- . TT . "K"1"1" niniL. OU &.Dn45 PKBV!1' of rgbia. 30 Buck's BfcrrP5 tosstS Merchant' Bank D&" monk. Northern Bank par Kxelmn linnt JrvZ Ocoeo Bank- Bank ofShclbyvillc- JO E.Tehange Bank "at " Southern Bank ... 10 Weston . . . i rraders' Bank-.... 25ExChnngBank at AI Life and General Ins. exandria-" " .I 40 Company. 2a Fairmount Bank 85 SOCTK CABOMSA. OP'sO Bankof Camden- 30 Fanners' Bank of Xn. 25 " Charleston 18 Manufacturers' and " Chester 20 , Farmers' GO Georgetown- IS Merchants' Bank (Se- Hamburg 20 enred xj Newberry 25 Merchants' and Me- " thoStatoofS. , chanics'., . 60 Carolina 20 Monticcllo Back (Se- Coramcrcial Bank 20 cured). 20 Exchange Rank........ 15 Northwestern Bank at Farmers' A Exchange .Wheeling. 80 Bank ...... 12 Northwestern Bank at Merchants' Bank.. J) Jcficrsonville-.. 30 Peoples' Bank- .. 50 Southwestern Bank 30 Planters Bank of Fair- Traders Bank 25 l,.6'1!1.;.-":-- 15 SPECIE, ETC. ics' Bank 27 2J' lM Southwestern R.R 35DU.T.er' " '-T"",15 TTn:nn ii. llalrex anil Bank of S. C.-imlint, 1 .SnattI?." Mm State Bank of South ilfTiCE08 " i? Carolina vXZZZ V tff1SlXfU , IIXPEBCEXT.COUFOCXD Bank of America. .120 interest xotes. Louisiana.-. 30 101 t... " New Orleans 55 1S' 4"P,e P- Canal Bank 80 .. JAt J- Citixens'Bank P0 .. AY,is ? prc' Crescent City Bank-CO .. H6'0- lAV' Louisiana State Bank CO nn an?fbvS' Mechanlks' and Trad- 0no and lno re" 1 prc- ers' Bank. TO bonds, stocks, etc. .Merchants iiank Southern Bank- .55 Davidson County Bonds 120 Usued to L.A N.R.R.75 Union Rank...., 05 New Orleans Scrip- 85 Issued to N.AN.W. R. R, 50 AAPAiii, lsuedtnhdgeSeId.v Bank of Mobile.. 70 c, "fcT.TtT;!.50 Montgomery W) Sumner Coun ty Bonds SclnnT .1.30 KV.eJ.t, K A" V- Ccntral Bank 30 T Kailroad.- -. Co Commercial Bank 30 L1IST1'1Ie h R' ll' - Knstnrn Hint- iA Tax Receipts-. ,j N'nrthAm 5ft LquiSVllIO tj.lt. R, l:.. 1 ii I. n Stock- 84 wuiiiuu Lining iu xr: rt i. ftvnc, GEORGIA. N. Carolina Bonds7075 Central R. R. Bank- SON. Carolina Floyd Georgia Railroad had Bonds.... ..!0-U Banking Co... 90S. Carolina Bondsij0C5 Bank of Middle Ga.. 70 Gcorgin Bonds 75S0 JIarino Bank 70 Tennessee " 8283 Bank of Augusta 2S Tho aboTe bonds are Bank of Athens luKuiiuiujuraucc iuhousht With COUDOnS Bank of Columbus "from.July.lSol, " Cominerce r:... c c 1U Itnn.l. i!ft tho y. Stair .-. ninire -.'""i: .wv,w . i of Angubta, Bank of Fulton. . m Ucoraia.. 7080 City " Si sS 'S - Stock.. -.13010 ii.y...i. oiAew Urleans City Citv Bank of AVnX.-K.R. Bonds. 5055 v. i ri cw Urleans Lon- les' Bank V2 0l't?a'cdrr-'"r 6 0 Ari,o.,;..o' ii i. m tityjlcmphiscnu. ..r..""T iu St. Tenn 4.V550 ers' Bank 10&ty Memphis R,Utoo0 Planters' Bank.. 15 vlii u.1 .-"""i""" Jn . Union Bank wJ'ST1' SORTtlOASOLlXA. pons S052 iianii at tape hear 40 Augusta lArapon. vuj4o Charlotto. .on Memphis Clarendon.. , 0 N.Caroiina ' .20 Tennessee commerce. ..C0GS52 Fnyettsvillc. 10 Georgia " .. C065 Lexinetnn. Virginia -20S35 N. Carolina- 40 b. Carolina 41. tt. Wadeshoro'- 22 4lonrts Jo " Washington. 10 savannah A Char " Wilmington. 24 loston 1st mortg- 50 Yauceyvillc: 12 3d mortg... 1520 Commercial Bank 13 Montgomery & W . Farmers' Bank of N. Point R R.Bonds3035 Cnrnlinn.. N. A C. endo. R.R. Merchant' Bank, Miners' nnd Plan uonuj......... ... maw At incr' nml PlnniiW wi Memphis A C endo iff Bank of Roxboro'. ii. u. iionus...... iKii i- rit,;.. rt ukuh. R. sir. Bonds 30(310 Bank of Berkley !0 M. A O. Coupons-. 4015 B A X IU.VG II V E ' OF A. H u I S S t CO. 23 UNION STREET, DEALERS IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC Exchange, Uncurrcnt Money. Gold and Sil ver, uovernmcnt Vouchers, fctate and United States Bonds, Foreign and Domestic Bills. They tako great pleasure in calling the attention of their old friend'1, and the trading public gene rally, to tho fact that their banner is a?aln un furled, and they respectfully ask a share of their patronage. Below are our rates for uncurrcnt nanK nates, .vc. tkxnesske. Bank of Fulton Bank of Tennessee old !. Savannah, to Issue- ).. T, btatoofGa0 Planters Bank Ai Q1? Ilftn,k of Augusta.18 TIninn Ttnnfc iw Farmers and Mechan- Bank or Chattanooga-Si ,.,C8. Bank-.... 10 Commerco.-130 Mcchanica'Bank.- 10 TCnoTt-illn III Jlerchants' end Plant- - . ...ii. . , . 1 , i .Memphis. 73,,. . . ft""; V5 08 Middle Tcnn.W) T'.n "nnK " Paris. ..tn union nanK- .05 tho Unionpar SORTII CAROLINA. Buck's Bankl 'parBa,nk of Cape Foar35 Charlotte 25 4hhk....; 1 Commercial Bank.. 35 Merchants' " . 45 Northern " -...par Ocoeo " to Bank of Shelbyvillc 75 Southern Bank 10 Traders' Bank. 25 Life and General Insu Clarendon .10 Commcrce.-..15 Faycttcvillc.05 Lexington -55 N. Carolina-33 Wadefboro20 " W'ilmington-15 Yanceyville08 Commercial Hunt- in rance Company, auuiii uakumaa. iarmcrs iiant of N, Bankof Camden 25 i,C?Ka?TZ, " ir .Merchants It.mk ChestTr:-:.-15 Snk ,f lloI,oro " Oeorgctown..l5 Miners and Planters' Hambure...15 Ba,,k 20 u ' i r XCWc.CI7r"";15 VIROISIA. South Carolina .95 Bank of Berkley .5 Commercial Bank ..15 Commerce. 25 Exchango Bank .12 Farmers' and Exchange Bank 10 Merchants' Bank .15 Peoples' Bank. 45 Planters' Bank of Fair field 12 Planters' and Mechan ics' Bank,.'. ;25 State Bank. 10 Southwestern R. Road JW ilowanlsTiIlclO tho Old Do- minion 1 Illchmond 1 Rockbridgi25 JlocJungham. Scottsville. I tho Vallev of Vi.rginla.-25 Virginia. 15 Vi heeling., 5 Union j;ans. & WlnrhMlpr"S Central Bank f V'n. 15 Lonj3iA.'A. Danville Bank io Bank of Ameriea.. par f;"'ango IJnpk of Va.15 Louisiana. 33 "euange u k ai es Ncw Orleans M ,0P- -t 15 Canal Uankr .... 0 enange Hank of AI- uituens' Jiank -.P0 auri.- Crescent City Bank.40 ' airmauni A.aiiK- Tnlilnna Stain li!.nlfi tanners' Rank of hn- Mechanics' A Traders' vcaIe Ttr V"7Yr-J5 Bank.... ) Farmers Bank of Va15 MerchanU' Bank V) Manufacturers A lar- Southern Bank par me uf?f,-; Union Bank .au Merchants' Bank... .20 a cw uncnus ccrip. -w - v --Tv r, " 'C , XT r c t .. ii prphnnfi' 1T. Alabama. Northwestern Bank.Tio Bank of Mobile TO CP , ""fir. Bank 1 McntgomcryAi lran -"ana ia S plms... !5 . . Ccr.irAl Bank. 30 2 Commercial Bank 20' X", JioIIarg..- H0 Eastern Bank X ilalvt: SouthercBank 70.. . Half Dimes.133 ouciicrs GEORGIA. Tenn.f! 11n,..1...:..J Central R, Road Bank.SS Davidson co. llonds.-. 70 Georgia Railroad and L. A N. R. R. Script-.."5 xianKing company. e.i Bank of Middle Ga.- 85 The above bonds are Marine UanK bong t with coupons from Aiang oi Augusta -..- isoi incinaea. Augusta Insurance 10 lUnk or Athens. .15 N. Carolina (Viiinnm "A Columbus 12 Memphis City Coupons-10 Commerce 10 Tenneuee Coupons 50 Empire St'te.15 Georgia Coupons , . Maron's OrncK, 1 Nashville. Tcnn, Dec. 21t,18o3.i' ijiturr.ini uixiiHa on cnurea htreet, on I iiinr Bircet. neiween Hummer unii I 'nil kit. .nil tin f.r-rv tt..f k.t...n PIimmJ. ..I are hereby noticed to contract stone eurbing and stone and brick pavement wherever It !. rMnir. eil, according to the specifications and grades which will ba furnished bv thx Citv Pnnn, rr saiu worn a noicnmmencea wiinin ten days from this date, and poshed rapidly to completion, the contractor sor ue aircei worE win i,a nr;tih.i tn construct said curbing, the expenses of which will do cnsrgfHi io ins properly owner. dec-tf W.3IATT. BROWN, Mayor. , . MiTOB's OrncE. Nashville, Tenn, Dec 21. 18C3. f IJROPERTY OWNERS on College and Market sireeis, Detween we Ninare and ilroad street. wo ucrcuj uuuucu io construct newttone or oncK oaTemenu'.or to reset tn rM in hM ( required. In acconlanca with the specifications and KiAuta nuicu win uo lumisnea oy me i.uyi.ngi neer on application. Said work mmt h mm. menceil within ten days from this date, and push ed rapidly toeompletion, er the eity will contract with parties for the same, and the expense will be vunrsui iu ..ir propiy owner. dec22-tf IATT. BROWN. Mayor. Wm. H, Barfcsdale, Attorney at Law, HARTSVILLE, TENN.. WILL PRACTICE IN THIS AND ADJOIN . ' W000"'?' Prosapt attention will be given decl2 lm TO RENT. O?.i!i?IIBpM0rS'riPESmABI'B STORES i1IjJ,tDSit" For further particulars address P;O.BoxW0. de22-2t- F. J. BITTEitSlon, (Over 8jkfcorn's gtfewj TSOf, PREPARED TO RBCEIVE WORK AT JL bU old stand o? i Dea4Mc street, (ow Bart horn i Ssiooa.) He dses all kiadi of Goa aad Pistol repairifig, and warraau his work. GROCERIES, LIQUORS &c XEIV STOKE. K 1 PdolM &. iliva, NO. 13 NORTH Oil WIRY STREET. DEALEHS- IS FANCY GROCERIES, , . . . WINES., ITQUORS.: CIGARS. ETC. JMONG THEIR STOCK MAY BE FOUND : Java. Rio and Mocha Coffee ; Cnuhetl. Powdered. Coffee. Porti Rico, and every grade of Brown Sugars; Teas, Candies, Starch; Castile, Palm. Erasive aal Laundry Soaps' Almonds, Filberts, Currants, Prunes, Raiini; Butter, Oysters, Fancy and Almond Crackers; Pine Apple, Gloustcr and Domestic Cheese; Mixed,. Girkins, Chow-thow and Imperial Hot PickIcs; Mushroom, Walnut, India, and Sir Robert Peel Catsup ; Sultana, Royal. Table. Beef Steak. Royal Osborne, John Hull, Soho, Mogul and Hervey Saocex: Ksscnco of Anchovies : Essence of Shrimps; llaillc. Imperial and Durham Mustard; Mushrooms; Dutch Anchovies; Anchovy Pasto; Strasbourg Meats, Polted Tongue. Polled Ham; Fruits of every variety in cans and jars, 15 T1IEIR STOCK Or TV i n f. 8 and B r a n 1 i c s ALL OF WHICH ARK gexuixe ANn imp;ortei, MAY BE FOUND Pcmartin and Duff Gordon Sherries; Old Choice and RescrvcMadciras ; London Dock and Burgundy Port; Pcmartin. Blannucfort and St. Julicn Mcdoc Claret; Haut Santcme, Nicsteiner, Hockheimer and Ca- tawbaWines; Dcmercicr, Gold Medal and Ucidsick. Champagne; Pinet Castillion. Otanl, Dupuy A Co's Brandies; Irish. Scotch, Bourbon and Robertson County hbkics; Holland Gin; Maraschino Absinthe; Vermouthe and all As sorted Liquors; Baker's and Holland Bitters; GENUINE HAVANA CIOARS, Choice brands-togcthcr with every variety of Do mestic CigarsChcwing and. Smoking Tobacco of all brands; together with all other articles usual ly found in a t FIRST CLASS FANCY GROCERY STORE. It is tho intention of PANDOLFINI A RIVA tn keep on band at all times a complete assort ment of everything in their line, of the very best quality to be purchased, which they are deter mined to sell as low as any other establishment in IhU or any other city. They respectfully ask an examination of their stock, .feeling assured that no one will go away dissatisfied., PAADOLFIJfl A RIVA, Fnncjr Grocers, AXD DKAIEM W WINES, UQUORS AND CIGAES, Xp, 12 North Cherry Street, dcci-3m. NASHVILLE. TENN. ah. MLircraiy. c. w. n. bctlxo. r. a. iswis, Formerly at Evans, Keith A Co. MCLAUGHLIN, BUTLER & CO,, (Sueessors to F. A. Irwin A Co.) WHOLESALE fJKOCr.KS Commission Merchants, Corner of Market and Clark streets. "NASHVILLE, TENN. Vi'c ha,ve in store and for sale a large stock of SUGARS, BROWN. CRUSHED, AND" POWDERED, RIO COFFEE. FAMILY FLOUR. SALT. MACKEREL, STAR CANDLES, SOAP, TOBACCO. CHEESE. OYSTERS, RAISONS, ASSORTED CANDY, LOBSTERS, WttVES AX1 IiIQtiCRS. Bourbon Whisky, Robertson County do French Brandy, Apple do Peach do Cherry do Holland Gin, Jamaica Rum, Sherry Wine, Port do Chainpagno do uaret do Catawba its Baker's Bitters, And aomplcte assortment of other Groceries. . Mclaughlin, butler a co; deeJ lm FINEFA51II4Y GROCEIIIFJS, PVjHK WINES, BBA1VDIES, etc., clc, cc, NO. -K WIST SIDE PURLIC SQUARE, Naehvtlte, Tennewe. WE HAVE IN STORK NTi EQR HALE IT a largo stock of - BROWN SUGAR, CRU HED do PONDERED, do RIO COFFEE. FAMILY FLOUR, SALT, MACKEREL. STAR CANDLES, SOAP, etc., etc. etr. OYSTERS. COVE AND SPICED, CHEESE. SARDINES. PICKLES, RAISONS, ' ALMONDS.1 ' -a; FILBERTS. PECANS. ASSORTED CANDY. LOBSTERS. tt eta. "Wiiics find Lienors. Burbon Whisky, Jlobertson county do. French Brandy, Apple Brandy. Peach Brandy, Cherry Brandv, Baker's Bitters. et.. eta. Holland Gin. Jamaica Rum, Sherry Wine, Port Wine. Champagne Wine,' Claret Wine, , Catawba Wine; t..:etc. WiUow-Ware; : ' sapenor Lirars : Smoking Tobaccos ; Pickle: French Mustard: CanerCatsniK Java Coffee, etc. dec4-tf T A CO., J. JI. JLUMSDES XASgrAcrctzu xt at alsxs HIDES, OILS, LEATHER, Findings & Currier's Tools, NO. 9 SOUTH MARKET STREET, Dect XASHVXIAK. TJEXX. FOB HAI.E, -VTORTH NASHVIL.LK I'XOPKRTY.-A Fir 1 tim twoftorynekHoMewWiHttio im. preveM. en dush rum, sear AU; A Lt os JeSmmtHntt. m veH by PM'SJI- two fiuH lmeumr; restn Abo: A Lot on ItilMiitMet.iMnT far Briek House, with Soar room la tch.-i'tic BROTHERS FAMILY GROCERIES &c FAMILY rR0CE5lY, NO." J DEADerick STREET. (old stand of Adam and Eres.) ROBERT EYjGS & CO., jTWOULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCK tJth?ttIUlUl AND CU& rS5!i!;ttnc?varo.'?P'nda fi"' d" Family Grocery Store at the old stand, so long occupied hy Adams A Eves, on Dcaderick street. Tne Stocfc has been selected with care, and embraces a com. p& towri or " stai"e and 3- OLD WINKS. LIQUORS. CIGARS. TOBACCO. ETC, ETC. i in i c-vS." jaiuj,jiuMfn raintcu iSuck et 10 dozen S Iters. . Ur. T... r n J. " . . ?L store. ".ivum,,iw,ia TTrriiTct.-- iva . ure Old Itobertson by the gallon or CCOTCH ALE.-20doien Bottle, of J. WaltiU, t?r nt "rle,h.r3te1 bottlnl Scotch Ale. AUoT large lot of onug A Co.s EdlnburtAle, in bo - f tANDIES. Soda and S ncll Biscuit, etc. Butter Crackers, Crack- eUNDRIES--Naii,. Bed Conb.Rope. Wrapping. O Paper, Dcmljons, t?oaps. Candles, etc. sJfi'V t0 ca',at,?r.Kon to " k of CoBee. nSni'hifS' i.Al!0? W hito FUh. Picklcil Herring. Hour by the barrel or sack, for family use. dect-lm. ROBT EVES A CO. TERKASS R 81 OTHERS WHOLESALR GROCERS, COMMISSION AND FORWARDING MERCHANTS. N". South' market street. NASHVILLE TENNESSEE. SUNDRIES, 1 nf! hoxes Rosin Soap; 1UU M) caskiSoda: Wt- 1 . 1 .1 j, . tQ3 boxes Indigo (bestO uo .viauner: 25 kegs and half banels Golden Syrup 10 barrels Blacking; ICO boxes Grain and Ground rprer; IB do Spice; 25 do Ginger: 200 reams Wrapping Papei; 20 cases Matches; 100 boAes Star Candles; 5 cases Sunny Side Tobaeco ' 20 boxes Imperial Tea. For tale low by , . , TERRASS BROS, deci-lm J5 South Market struct. SUGARS.-50 hhds. common, prime and eholci 1 Brown bngar. ' 100 bbhj. Crushed, Powdered and Granulated. For sale by TERRASS BROS. TVfOLASSES. 100 bhls. fnmmnn nn.-l hnl. LTXlolasses. For sale by TERRASS BROS. E LOUR. 200 bbli. extra to choice brands. For tale low by TERRASS BROS. WHISKY.-iO bbls. F.N. A Co.'i RoberUon II county: Sbbb extra fine do; 25 bbls. Tennessee MThite. For rale low hy TERRASS BROS. LAP.D.-25 bbls. Country Lard. For sale by TERRASS BROS. QOFFEE,-dec3-lm. 100 hags prime Coffee. For sale by TERRASS BROS. O. W. SOWLASD, tASDOS STOCXTOX, jods x. sriRBT. miskt ariiT. Late of Nashville, Tenn. Late of Nashville, Tenn. R0WjLA2O, SPjEBRY it CO. WHOLESALE OROCEKS AND UEXEHAl, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, ItlR Till flALX or COTTON, TOBACCO AND PRODUCE GENER ALLY. attcnt Ion giyen to th purchase of all kinds of Western Produce. No. -W WEST SECOND STREET, ' deet lm CINCINNATI OHIO. MtfAXT, TEEA1VOR & CO., WIIOIiESAjLE grocers And dealers in Foreign & Domestic Liquors, NO. ii MARKET STREET, deet NASHVILLE, TENN. SALE & LIVERY. XX SERVICE A G A I XJJP-AJVJD-XJl? L W E H Y, SALE, EXCKAiVGE STAB JIB 1 1 r DEADERICK STREET. ,JiETWEE2f CW5RRYAXD SUM21EE. if J. F. PENTECOST, Proprietor. fTnn p-debsioned nAS just return. citv Mr facilities for BOARD! HORSES EY ... ..-'!--t THfi DAY. WHUC OlTi&STU.; in the dir. The serrlces of an experienced Host. lerBavebem seearad. wfin will kt..t ni iniin inn rnrrn nn tK hi atjui WAnvAht tobS F011 AiiP u- Wm 'a th rii and hones inparior to aay jj" r .... i " " i. - - j . ... ... :M' NKK OJ HAT US. m"-! . Hatlfi had a lonr I. !.. r mtf- filled at J. F. PENTECOST. J. C. WMAKTOX A CO., XABt W D&ZTGS.MMDICTXES, ETC, KO. M XIOX STKXr?. foci las . . I 1 - ... . - . . - . - W iimIUU L L , J n- nt s tra i bay rt ii A to ii alto jj ilavos-; iviUs. I. Cor A O th NLAND J Dieraier. Mir EB.1 s rm 185 JfoptTty on 'iRS TAK' ontitln! to It Pnvutf IKHIli. (kbilAN. v TUCHirr I THY treet. 1 Ajnr, (Wiry. St. Cooke. -jebnHto. 4 9 vi 1 may, to to: jans ii. !! W Aftslli, UIHM St dt-la NAJKYILLXT. W.