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UNION iH.O AMERICAN. IT F. C. DUinnKGTOy & CO. OFFICE : CORNER CHURCH AND CHERRY ETSm OPPOSITE THE rPST QVFit-B. Terms : Dally, M Weekly, 83- XBNSSAY, XrtJWAKY 17, IS06. ITEXS or OEJfERAfc .XEtVN. Oor,'BtoBe. of Iowa, was recently inaiiBaratcC In fal issns-ural h,e. says; Prejudice may dictate, but sound policy Mill never tWBCtion tho disfranchisement of four mil lion tried1 people, whose loyal baronets would hereafter eoattttate them an army of occupation to the Government la the South; "States should be kept in a political guarantee until the inhabitants shall abandon offensive the orlee and the ctidcmie of treason is permanently abated." The tHegod attempt to aseasslnale Senator Wado U stripped of its startling proportions, tu it appears that it was the freak of an insane num. who claim that he has been discharged from the Boston Nary-yard. IBc same craiy fellow has been loitering aroatid Congress for several days, and bu boon turned awayeTcral times by the Door-keeper of the Ho&fe. A letter froa London says the demand of the French Kmpcror for the modification of the Eng 11th extraction laws Ii creatine some uneasiness. It Bii Napoleon desires a treaty to secure the surrender of thwe who; on Eneluh toll, eonsplro against the Government and life of the Emperor. The ed wlH probaWy he a congress of -the prfn Ipal European powrrt, to form a sw'fety far nil tuat Koteetion against conptrtbm nod" reroln si&sitU, (ce thftt'ther.ecB'yof one will be the ene my of all. vReportl to foe Freedthin's Bureau from the cotton State ray that rbe freedmenof Alabama h..TS plenty of chance' (o work, and prefer to hire themselves to tome of the five thousand Northern men who havo gone South. On the oth er hand, an ofieerUte of General Butler's sUC say the freedmen are oppressed by outrageous law., and that many of the Northern emigrant South are compelled to leave, front the hostility manifested toward them by the Southern people, The detectives at JVashlngton have been raa king diligent Inquiry respecting the Fenian more' meat. They allege to have some important in formation brariag won the matter, and bat dis clotures will shortly be made which will be dam agmgto eertalo parties. Mr.JferrUl, of Vermont, (Union,) introduced a hill, proposing as additional tax on cotton, which was referred to the Committee on Ways and Means. Gen. Turner, fowmandlng tbo District of Ileatleo, has granted the managers of the Kicn- mond Theatre p emission to give a complimentary beeelt la aid of Stonewall Jarlnon'n widow. Mrs. Douglas, widow of (he late Senator Douglas, is to be married on the 30th Inst, to Brevet Brigadier General William. A. A. G. U.S. A., who is now on doty at the War Department. A meeticgfwH held at Chattanooga lost Wed' mesday night in favor of tbo early completion of the projected railroad to Cincinnati. In the coorso of the proceedings it, was stated that the farmers and on-reaideat landholders in Dry Volley were all willing ,o subscribe one-third, or res one-half their lands toward bolldimj the runu. THE WAR X THE P REM ID EXT. .Let it be borae Sti mind that the rcsolu tion adopted last week by the House of Itep rcRcntati at "Washington, iti regard to the retention, of a large military force in the Southern States, is a direct and deliberate censure on the President. That officer, as Commander in Chief of the army and navy, through the .Secretary pf War and General Grant -hi immediate 'Riibordtnalea in that relation is engaged In reducing the milk tary efitabHsliBicnt. It in clearly within the wphcrn of iik right .to do, to, whenever he thinks the interest of the public service re quires it. No other branch of the (lorern- niont can question or arraign him for it, Before Congress pan awrnnie to remonstrate by reflation, or instruct him In these pre mises, it tftiut distinctly disclose a state of war, or something akin to i(; and, by act, order that troop, to a certain - number or amount of strength, shall be maintained and employed. The radical majority of, the House in tak ing this action, have usurped power for the purpose of thwarting the Presidential pro gramme of restoration. They are opposed to restoration and to Union. The President thinks tho army lias accomplished ita work in preserving tho government of the United Stales ; and in accordance with the old and true democratic ideas of economy in the expend iturcs of the government, and opposition to standing armies as dangerous to liberty, is disbanding them; and thereby relieving the treasury of tho cost of their maintenance, and liberty of the danger of their presence. But these new light Kebublicans have a dif ferent view. "What nrc grinding taxes to them to the holders of bonds exempt from taxation compared with the privilege of wielding power ? What care they for any other liberty, than the liberty they eorct of enforcing their fantastic ideas of industrial and social reform, as the fundamental law of " Republican empire," ns Mr. Spalding, of Ohio, (one -of them,) so flatly puts it. Let it also be borne in mind that the Ten neee memorialists desire an indefinite per petuation f military rule for thcirown State; and, in order to preserve thp ascendency of their party, are willing to forego their claims to the high character of citizens of a coequal State, and sink into that of mere territo rial denisens. Mb. VAUJkKDiaiiAM, in his speech at the recent 8tU of January celebration at Co lumbus, Ohio, said, in reference to President Johnson, that, "so far as he was endeavoring to secure the immediate ivstondton of the Union, lie was ready to give hint a hearty support. On the subject of reconstruction, the Presidont had lately said that his xlcy was that which led to the end the quickest, and significantly added, 'Mr bagfPK6 is checked through on that line.' " The Sumner-Stevens organ in this city publishes a letter from the Western portion of this State of which the following para graph is a specimen. We give it simply that our readers may better understand the purpose for which this journal is supported in their midst : "Many men hare sworn they will shoot tho man who hires one of their former slaves; and the con sequence Is that many freedmen hnvo failed to And homei. eicc.it with the farmer owner, who thus retains them In his serrlre without pay." Those who concur in the xentinicnts and policy of this paper should endeavor to build it up by giving it a liberal patronage. Such a course would be proper and consistent. Tub Kentucky Legislature which is limited by the Constitution to sixty days, except by a two-thirds vote of that body, has refused to prolong its session. The Legislature of Tcnncatee has been in session upward of three months, but we have not heard of so much even as a pro position to resign. The jieoplo of Tennessee, in their poverty, are overburdened with State and Federal taxes', and the Legislature is increasing them every day that it prolongs its session. If these gentlemen really desire t" advance the interest of tho State, let them adjourn and return to their constituents, and seek a livelihood by some more honest em ployment. Death op Gkk. J. H. TnAi-ir.it. The death of Brig. Gen. J. II. Trapier at Mans ficbj, South Carolina, is announced. General Trayler was a graduate of South Carolina College, and afterward entered West Point. ie was in tne stme da with General Beauregard, and graduated with high honor,, After ten years' crvic in the army, he nx tignrd and devoted hit attention to rIcil-, lural pursuitvttntil the opening or the W war, In which'he took ati active and zealous Prt THE FtTTURE OF TE.VHESSEETHE GREAT ISWl'KTKIAI. PXOlirXH TO n seiA'iiB-erR central pesr. TIOX-TVECAKrAUrB SirRT BECOME A MAXCI'ACTBBISO PEOPLE. All men arc satisfied that the political and commercial power of this country is pass ing to the Trass-AlleghanVj and it behooves Tennessee to consider thoroughly . and fully the part she Is to play in the drama. , An examination of Uje niap of the United States .will liow lhntTeaHeafeelis the centre State'; for it is touched directly on xts-borders by the six States of. cttltfcky, Virginia; 2fbrth Carolina, deorgia,A),at)fma,,aniiIis sissippi, and contingently bv tire four' States of Arkansas, Missouri, Illinois and Indiana. These ten" States, with Tennessee included according to the census of 1860, have an area Of 553,608 square miles, and a population of 12,307,216 sonls. All theso States arc commercially con nected, by the large and navigable rivers of the Mississippi, Ohio, Arkansas, Tennessee, and Cumberland ; but without at present taking this important clement Into consider ation, let us turn our attention to the rail ways, that arc already completed or pro. jected, and which twill at all seasons give daily intercommunication between these eleven grand, populous and wealthy States. The Nashville, and North Western Bail way running from .Nashville to Hickman Ky., on the Mississippi Kiver, a distance of 170 miicp, gives duw coninumication to Missouri, and, also, by the way of Colum bus, Ky., opens' up at Cairo the State of H Hhois: The Edgefield and Kentucky Itail way irom Nashville to Henderson, Ky., a distance of 140 miles, when completed will meet at Evansville; Indiana, all the inter nal improvements of that State. The contemplated railroad up tho Cum berland River Valley from Nashville tq Knoxvillc, and from the latter place up the French broad River Valley to Ashville, North Carolina, will meet the latter named States internal improvements'. The Nashville and Chattanooga and Chattanooga and Atlanta already completed Railways, penetrate into the heart of the State of Georgia, a dislance of 289 miles: The Chat tanooga, Knoxvllle and Bristol already completed Railways, of 240 miles,- meet at, the latter place the Virginia improvements. The contemplated Railway from Chatta npogs, via the Dncktown, Copper Mines tq Anderson South Carolina, an estimated dis tance of 170 miles, will meet at Anderson the South Carolina Railways. The Rail ways from Dcchcrd, Tennessee, on the Nasl ville and Chattanooga Railroad, tq gel ma, Ala., a distance of 260 miles, all of which U built, but not connectedly, except some 80 miles, give a direct .line frpnj Nashville to Selma, situated in the rich and prolific vnl ley of the Alabama River. The Nashville and Decatur, and Mont gomery and Decatur Railways, distance 230 miles, are completed from Nashville to tho latter place, and in process of construction from there to Montgomery1. This line wiU penetrate .t rich agricultural district, be sides a region filled with iron, ore and coal The Nashville and Aberdeen (Miss.,) rail way, estimated distance 180 miles, is now , completed, from Nashville to Motint Pleas ant, Tenn., and will penetrate an UnmuaHy rich cotton region Here, then, we have centering atNashville, completed and projected railways' that wifl penetrate'-nine' great and wealthy States' be sides our Own, which must find at Nashville a common, market at all seasons of the year, where they can interchange the vnrious pro ducts of their different climes. What are these products per annum, and , what are their relative proportions respect ively, compared with the grand "totalil of each article, as shown by the United States, census of 1860. The total bushels of corn 'were eight hundred and twenty-seven mil lions. Of this amount these eleven States' produced five hundred and ten millions of, ibushels, or ttirterfijlto of the entire amount. The totabbushels of wheat were one hun idrcd and seventy millions, of which these electa Sales produced eighty-five millions of 'bushels, or one-haJf the entire amount. The total number of hogs was thirty-two mil-' lions, of which these rfcrm State produced twenty-one millions, or two-Otird of the entire amount. Tho total number of sheep was twenty-two millions, of which these eleten States produced ten millions, or a little less than one-ltalf the entire amount. The total number of cattle was seventeen mil lions, of which these tlervn States produced eight minions, or a traction less than one- judf of tbo entire amount. The total num ber of pounds of tobacco was four hundred jand thirty millions, of which these eleven Stales produced three hundred and fifty mil lions of pounds, or three-fourlhs of the entire jimount. The total number of bales of'cot lon was five million one hundred and nine ty-sir thousand nine hundred and ninety- four, of which these eleven States produced four trillion six hundred and fifty-two thous and eight hundred ,and eighty-five, or, in other words, nine-tenths of the entire crop. This is estimating four liundred pounds to the bale. It is estimated that nine thousand (9,000) pqttare miles, or one fifth of the area of Ten nessee, arc covered by Stone Coal, Iron and Copper ores, and other of tho coarwr miner als and metals, which in all ages and coiiu- ries and under every civilization havo given boniuiereial and political power to cverypco ple who possessed them. Nor does this nraount inclnde the minerals and metals of Alabama and Kentucky which are accessi ble and contiguous to us, by lines of Railway already completed or projected, and which biay be fairly calculated at three thousand square miles, making a total of twelve thou sand .square miles. Standing in the presenct'-of these great facta, t is the duty of this generation to earnestly, liberally, and energetically meet the respon sibilities of the hour. Recurring again to the census, of 1860 it shows that there were in the United States at that date, 5,035,798 spindles engaged in spinning cotton, and consuming per year 910,000 bales, which was valued, when manufactured, at 115,137, 926 dollars. This cotton in tho raw state cost the manufacturer, put into his mill and ncluding transportation, commissions, &c, 65,994,122 dollars, leaving in his country, for manufacturing, and profits 59,137,S04 dollars. Of these cotton goods there were manu factured in the Jcw Lngland btates 80.301.535 dollars, and in New York, Penn sylvania and New Jersey 26,272,111 dollars, making a total iu these nine cis-Alleghany States' of 106,573,446 dollars, which the peo ple of our eleven Central States were com pelled to buy Df them, with additional cost, beside the profit that aerroed to the people of the above-named nine cis-Alleghany State!", as aforesaid, -of 59,137,804 dollars, Da yon waul any stronger prooir facia and figures be- more startling? Ae answer yes, we can give you niori startling facta than these, and prove that Tennessee allowineiwncreeptibly, but surely, wealth to pass from her, that properly developed and retained, would wirpsaw any owicr State in the- Union. Without taking fractions into the account there were in i860 in the United States 5,000,000 cotton spin dies, producing annual 70 pounds esch. of cotton thread, audi as a rule each poena ' thereof made 3 yards cloth. Hearing the above rule in mind, and the additional rule; '-vlr.: that one yant of cotton cloth at the 'mill U of the same value -' a e' Pwd of raw cotton wi tko lattiilttBf Kwe 'wilj bo j ehahled to arrive at jnt conclusions as to the proiUfficaniingSo the mawfac3fiugtlis- triefcp M Daring thejfear 1&65, iwh closed, the" price of the quality of coitoti gen erally consumed, lias we may safely estimate, been at Boston (Mass.) 48 cents per pound; The price of manufacture in 1860, (and tinder this head, comes depreciation of machinery, pay of laber, oil and other, oeatiagcacies;) was .about"? cents per jiound. But considering the increased cost qf living, we plicthe cool f.manufeityife to-day at Boston 10; ceats ttertound. mils' we know will more than covcrevery'ifera that' cpmTesBnder'fhe'neA'd ,oi manuiacuire. men at!LX,ll?u stand thus: . . will moOO.000 lbi. Cotton. 4&W. $1JXX00 manufactured, lCc Total ! $224.000JOQO lXAJMOMXi yds. Cloth, 33e Trotts . - Here the above named -ttSWJUUOJOOO r$iss.ooo.oop nine Cis-Alle ghany States for the year whicli has just closed, have" realized in the article of Cotton alone, in manufacture and profit, the start ling amount of 182.000.000 dollars. Now taking Nashville as the central of the eleven central States, let us sec how the account will stand. We consider that, estimating the-' same quantity of cotton as1 is used'in Boston, al '40 cents per pound in Nashville, we are, fully sustained by the market reports, "Xbe differ? encc between Boston and Nashville haii gen erally during las't 'year averaged "about cents per pound , more, in T16ton than in JsaUviue.i , a'i0,000,000pniids cotton at 40 cU... $140,000,000 350,000,000 manufactured at 10 cil 66,000,000 , $106,000,000 '' ' " f!Hi 1,050,003,000 yds. eldtb at-23 cU -320,000,000 Profits..'.:..'...,--....... 15l,000,000 Here, all things being cqual( the eleven central States wouldsava to themselves, in manufacture and profits, 210,000,000. But let us follow this Idea a littlp further, In Profits and manufacture the eleven cen tral States liave the .advantage over the nine Cis-Alleghany States of $28,000,000, thereby enabling the eleven States to command the. trade in a free and open market. But, still further, the transportation of thebo goods is to be added in favor of the eleven States, as, also, the exchange, commission, &c Let us institute a comparison between. Boston and Nashville, recognizing the for mer as the centre of the manufic'2 ring dis trict of the nine cis-Allegbanv States, and the latter . as the centre of the .man.-) ufkcturing district of the eleven .Central States. ' Unit fin ti 3ilmirn til ,.,U 1009. ' Indianapolis, Ind" St., Louis. AIo .i.. via " Uovlncton, K CO (lordonrille, Va .157 Jinstol, Tenn " Wchlon. N. C ' Augusta, Ga....r. .................... " AVest l'nint. Ala-....- " i Corinth, ilia " llnncficld. Ark Ks.hvillo to Hickman. Ky. , " Kvansville', -rnd.-...-.A.... " Cniro-....- ,..,...i... " (Joodfon, Va-. ......... .......... " Ashville. X. C " Anderson, S. C-.-. .... " drayville, U..,....rt., " Decatur. Ala Aberdeen, Miss .............. . . " .liopelifld. Ark - " , Kentucky. State Line., 84.1 6SS 978 11M lffl9 VMA 17Q 100 as 310 32S SSff in? m 100 235 45 , jiiFFEnrabEsriN iFAVori of NAsrni,f.K., To MUsourl.- Indiana.... " Illinois ,.. 845 Virpnis.-i.....-......,....'.....'.j...'......v... 227 " North Carolina-., ..i SfiO V (leortia.-. , ... 803 Alabams- . . . , 1044 " MiosisKinni- . 1089 " ArkaiiKf..w........... -i.,....,... 1054 Kentucky 8&", .There is another question, .which .we may as well dispoa of here, arid which is an ob jeetion to mahnfacturirig in the minds of mapymen who do not reflect on the matter, and is uscl by croakers as an insuperable ob stacle, and that is the relative cost of living in the two districts now under consideration. Now to place the matter upon a fair and honest basis, let us suppose Nashville and Boston loth to draw their provisions from the great States of Indiana, Illinois; and Missouri: Then of course the .enhanced price to each will be'the.relative cost 6'f trans portation, which is in favor of Nashville as per statement made above, viz : 808, 845 and 1,060 miles respectively Now anothereleinent, and which is onc'of importance to the eleven States, 'pi; an enhancement 6T the Valuation ,bf real e; tate by an increase. of population. .In the nine cis-alleghany States the aver age of population Is about eighty persons to the square mile. Whilst in the eleven cen tral States the average is about twenty-two to the square mile. "The area of the former being 171,540, and of the latter, 633,603 square miles ; but with this difference in fa vor of the eleven' Central .States, that, they not only grow the cotton which they manu facture, they grow also all the provisions; necessary to support themselves, which the cis-Alleghany States do not. Although the population of tlue two districts -are now al most equal in population, yet tho central with no more density of population than the cis-Alleghany, would have 42,288,640 sotils. Now what has given this great amount of population ,to' the cis-Alleghany States? Clearly Manufactures Let us compare Boston and Nashville. Every ten thousand cotton spindles, gives a livelihood, directly and indirectly to one. thousand persons. Multiply the 5,000' on cotton spindles that find a common centre around, Nashville, and you will find .that around the latter will cluster four hundred thousand souls as does this day around Bos ton; and wore, you will have a trade that will annually be worth with cotton, even at (25) Twenty-five, cents per pound, Two Hundred Millions of Dollars, 'permeating every avanue of Commerce and benefitting fall the ranks of life down to the hnmblest- citizcni From facts so patent, the common' est mind cannot failto'draw the proper de-1 ductioni. Hqn. A. il.STnriiFjfs Ifia Views. ! A letter from Hon. A. JI. Stephens, dated at Crawfordsvillc, Georgia, 25th ultimo, con tains tho following paragraph: "As to how I am doing, I can only Bay' mat. in tne matter oi lieaiin, iJiave, im proved greatly since my return home, but the country t una in a worse conauion physically, "morally and politically than I expected. The general desiro of the peo ple is for a speedy restoration of civil law and hannony, and I am engaged in doing all I can to effect that result. I do trust that wisdom, moderation and trueatriot istn will rule tho councils at. Washington. Meanwhile, it is the duty 6f every one to do the best he can; the wise and the good will always take things as thev find them, and do the best they can. with them a they present themselves. The telegraph informs us that the Presi dent, through General Grant, is rapidly withdrawing the troops from the Southfirn States, thus showing his willingness to re pose cottfidenee in the sincerity of their pro fessions under the changed condition of af&trs. This is terribly In conflict with the policy tf the "so-called" Unjen Committees which have Tcceatly tmdertaken to advise tie President and Congress as to the riroper policy lo be pursued towards , the South, , It the President listens to their advice, he will stop the removal f troops from oar midst '; but, if he should continue to relieve the. country of this unneceirry, burden, we may understand that ke ka4 not been impressed "by their argament, w has found more ihiJ porta Ht matter for perasal A JltmcRABtE old bachelor who, knowsj tliat the present U not theleap year.'Jiysij " If vou meet a vounc ladv who is notnterv" shy,yoti had belter be a little shy yourself. ' t ra O TftfiEMfpaS SK THE JsT.Oa JUWAXKRICait: I regnfUhatfkdeJkdrs ofjie" BtpvMican SWW9- sSeuld mrtfakebediR E&ctssarv or brofter, ire'petihe'.skderoas assaults of the so-called Union memorialists upon the people of Tennessee, to step aside for the purpose of- attacking the condBcti and rcpif tation of- some of those whose fidelity tdKe eausc.of the SoutkjUas oost tkes.thetremes-1 and everything which they called their own, aad who are now wandering almost pennylesfi amoflg- strangers; - sx Fo-if years agi" i-'Aysfht?)?iiwir "wheti Tfo tpokvoat z&bmt the oatraeea whietSwan, Haeed ad'eemminy !nsst.Tenneaseo, were vhfitine n( oHl6afable and'anofiendinfe ITnTonjnen', wewere saepeiJted'byour ewn ilarty." Whig, the redo'ubtable'Parson Brownlow, at least I infer so, since for words said to Mvc been uttered agaihat this peaceful and unof fending Union man, one of the above named -culprits, has been adjudged guilty by a Iso called court1 of 'justice, and sentenced , to line the pockets, and thereby heal the lacerated feelings of the said iieacablc and unoffending Union man, in ihepum .of -1 thousands of dollars. Out' with tne charges, Messrs. editors of the Banner, for specifications can nof'add to thir gravity of this general' im peachment nor to the weight of the terrible retribution which lias been visited upon one of them at least, for hlsfealty to the South. That ther were zealous Southern men is most true. Thattheymaynotatalltimeshave weighed well the language employed in char acterizing the conduct of certain Union men is highly probable. That they1 may have rer polled with more" of passion than discretion the malignant assaults of their personal' and, political enemies I shidL1i0las8lime'tP deny: He must have been, 'more ithan mortal' who, sympathizing warmly ttli his fellow coun trymen in the desperate contest Tnrwllich. thev were'lhcn engaged, should' liavo tjecn' ablotb cphffdnftho Tiilfor liostlllty and'de nunclatlofn of sttcU peaceful and unDflend ing'Uniort'men'as'Brow'nlow and company withbnt being sometimes betrayed Into an, acfbf ' indiscetion.. It' is Jidr, for me tqphalr lengi the prpcjf 'tif Uie .gpye accusatiMS brought" by the Bakdir against, our. Triends but with perhapk its good pr hetter aoq'alrit ance with jHo'history' ind; plidrftbte'r of the personal and political warfare which .lias, be'en carried 6n Jn East Tennessee for niany years, past I may be' permitted fo 4 express my utter disboKef in these charges, notwith standing tlio'Iiiah. pliataqter of tTia author by whom they are brought. ' There are thoio I kn6v, who, rising su perior' to the, frailties of oor' human na ture1, discover with equal, impartiality the faults of friend and, foe. For the exercise'pf such wisdom, prudence, an4 iscretjonud, ftiir'miqdednoss, tho editors af tho Banner may, as ihey alledge, have subjected them selves to suspicion. 'Let theih. accept, thtf admonition of one who certainly owes them no Jll will persQnally, that ihc will not re lieve themselves' of Uiese suspicions 'by" un; called-for and gratuitous assaults upon those. wha'O fidollty tq tho South Is, and has been,; In nnr.darkes"t li6ur, evert above suspicion. As1 East TEXtssKAtf. Two, notable features wiU be obseryedjiiij the legislative proeeediiigsof yesterday,; One: Is"tho rejection of ft' resolution in. tho:rtpiise of Beprcsentativcs expressing a desire that the, Congress at Washington .should prompt; ly admit our Senators' and Representatives to their seats In that body ; and the other is1 the adoption, of a resolution highly eulogis tic of, and cqndplcnt over the ileatli pf Jim late Hen n V Wioteh Davis, whbso last pub lic utterance, we Believe, was aJengthy let ter in' strong condemnation of the Presi-1 dent's' policy of restoration, and even hint ing the propriety .of his impeachment. The.Badicals:ofthat body are taking care thaLthe people 'shall know 'that the Presi dent is rapidly l6slng' their confidence, At tpis rate it wul-nqt belongbefofe H1PJ"'PW ly. condemn Idm ' ' FOR C.ltRO AB jlEMPHiS. 'PJIK ItEOUI.AK PASSENGER PACKER M After, will leave as' abore. on TO-DAY. thb 17 th lnsu, at 1U o ctoen a. jl. Jor freight or, passage, apply OK BOARD. janl7-lt AOTICE. f WILE NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR" ANY' L Dobts coutraoted by Airs,' Ji. iw lllair. ,,. ,. , .A. ill, JJLAIR. , Nashville. January 16th, 1SCG. , ' janl7-lt - " .' ' 1 ' B. f, HAMf,tQ,V. JI., I.. CAETWRIOHT. . . . i i i t' WHOMESARE .ii--, ) ,, i . : ' -hi .. .- r i, l.'ANI..' ' ' ! i' , ti itj fc i v ..It.., ' : j ii . ..! . ' t,i - : - I .,. ' . -.si) n.'i i i,it. II ,ll !. . il ComrfiiRsion MMaiit, l- . ; i.:i t.- ; ..ii . , '. No. 23 Cli iircli Street," I'm. ! -i;. (SION OF THE ELK IIORXSJ ASIlVILIiC, TEXJi EKKEE, TTAS ASSOOIATED WITn HIM IN THE XJ. above business ' ' KAItIC L. CAIlTWRIOIli',- Who rcsnectfullr solicits the nstrohare" of his many friends and acquaintances, and flatters him jclf.thaf, with his lQneexpcrienceinthe.business He win bo able tq glvo general sstiilaclion. rne style oi tno lirm xrni remain ns nerctqiorc. , B. S. HAMILTON, 1 STUK Al FOIt'SA'l.E'i.OW .ri0 barrels Yellow Snsara. different trades, . 2ri uarreis Lrusnca nna I'owucreausars, , 3) barrel A and B CofTce'Sujtar, ' '" ffl Sscks prime Bio Coffee; .! " 5 sacks Old Ur't Java CoRcc, , . 5 sacks Mocha Coffee.. . W0 Ibs-eholce (!recn and BlhclcTeaS, , ' . UO, barrels Kxtra Family t lour, " ZS0C lbs Sugar Cured Hams, . - , i 1,500 lbs Dried Beef. 29 barrels W. U. Molasses, 25 lift If barrels rio if it V ' 11 ' . I i 1 1 ' Z ke(r Golden Byrvp, -iki it.- f.i i:l. 1UW I I3U, CO boxes Cheese. barrets Butter Crackers; ' 100 Cases Cove Ovster. . IS Cases Sardines. 100 Packaees Mackerel,' wi boxes ratm and jttosin cotp, SO boxes Star Candles, . SO boxes Tallow Candle' 10 Tierces Lard. 25 Kegs Lard, Torelher with Tip, Ralstns, Almonds. Braul Nuts, Pepper, S'pice; Uinaery. Indigo, Madder, Copperas, Alum, etc., .l.ocwoort.'HroomJ. liuckeU. irwU ClUllKf 1IIAUU, iiUIV, IKKICUrj illiWHIUi. Pepper Sanee. Catsap, Pickles, Preserves and many other articles too numerous to locution', ill pf nuicbare offerul ascheap a the cheapest, ,, , Bvfi. HAMILTON , liquors; 25 barrels Simon Crow's white-wheat Whisky, -ith 23 barrel Old Bourbon Whisky, 25 barrels Robertson County Wiaky, , . ni oarrtis rtw otk uranay, 10 barrels Holland Oin,' 1 10 barrel Jamaica Hum. . , if 1 cask b a pcriorOo sii ac Brandy,' 10 baskets finaCaniapicne Wine?! '''- 20 cases Catawba. W:ne , ' i J "i li) . , CIGARS AM TOBACCO. I invite especial attention t my Week, consisting in part- of the' following favorite' brand; "TrotUns- Club 7 Clrarv Seventy-Six ' .' IJ-W.541 IWahhctn Cisars, . i i.a uvs, i iJ n; Mrtirvl'I.r - . . , v.i,cn lfc IUUW,. i i Hi ward's " ttp" . , ',;4 i Hob Key tl H ' toes other brcK.,whichiwt are deter-i ir . ' Bf &"HAMILTar' No. 25 Church street. janl7-2m T - Sf.... UK) .'"$1 !,.... ' T'h"atout rages, .ifaviihd who were tire peacabl'e anUnti6fl'endtngUnidn m'ea 'Onh of these was the'editor of th(i;'KnoxviUfc U HAMILTON ok BalO-fT( im aslPtnelwli per that some uns? m hair last ; iti m i Kwainsnn. iiirtSK- Oi4!mans?facturersef Praston, received a quantity of cotton inhales from Manchester. On one of the bales beine opened, a small lrrcel-s found xjonefilcd init,aBd'Whebl this parcel'wasTinticd'it contained, strange i to say.- .fou rtecn MiatHe ti&e copper -cartel riages. xnc Dainxeaat tne cna pi eacn cartridge ras inevrj case-cascd w&lv Jo'wjwith which a deadly poison had been mixed. If the cartridges had not been dis-' covered, and if tk- ootton. wrapped jaround them'liadgorie Tnto the machinery at the mill, an exnlosioJ "with' terrible consequen ces, wouW have pnsued. .Wiy,"whei Or for wbpu?pofisfftW, cartridges wera inserted in the bale of cotton, is a mystery. TnEPATtfOT LiFE;l-Lo)kYng, hwl'iile since, at a collection of Germanlithographs, I was struck ( with one' that wasslmple in conception, and1 yet of 'greaV power and beauty. r H wa.tKepIcfure ai little child in the dress of, a pUgrini, walkpig;sow.ly along, liarrowpath, Ybich wag bounded son either side by a terrific precipice, the edge? of which were hidden irom his viewbyialux uriantthickt of-fruits aniflowers. . Behipd the child is an .angel, .witli a countenance of mixed tenderness and anxietv. Iiis. hands placed lightly on the shoulders of 'tho5 little pilgrim, as if to keep him", in the'eentro of the path; whiletlie'phidf having closed his eyos;hat.ho may.not perce"ive tho tempting snares ok either:side,-is walking calrrily'for ward content not to- see where- he plahH eacn lootstop, so long- as ne teeis each gentle addi giildirfg' toucK ofthe angel upon hlni. His whole aspect is that of peace, confidence, and oonscious.satetv, so long .as he Jollows lue giuuauue oi uia neaveniy monitor, anu AsTgaed upori-verdithoughU aise u viviuiv iu iiiy luniu j aiiu iu me uescrip-i tlon Is Itself, a picture,- others In view' of tt, may pdndef the.lessdn 'it tiiiggestai and' a. iney- ponuec oe prontea. varmy Yees., IKE I) UNCAN, 0 WHITE , "' HAVE OPENED" A NEW" BARBER SHOE, Corner Cherry and SciiderieU Sts.,' "Where they would ' be plc3.edto ttq old aird-niS inenas. . GIVE IKE A CALI Janir-l.W- COTTOX SEED. XirR .HAVE NOW IN STORE TEN THOU- Tf BAUD bushels ol Uottori Boed. We ask rlanters tociTeusaeall before purchasing. 1IUQH McOBEA 4 COi janl7 tf- DDR BROTHERS, . i. . 'i' .: . .-, i - GROCERS, FORWARDING ttwil'liVMtlM- s COMMISSI Mint C1TA XTS, ' 1 1 i . : ' s.rCorncrof Market nnil Church'strc'ets, 'i.l .... . !,,.!( XonbvIIle, AGENTS for the Sale of the celcbrntnl Laurel fHilltshectinsrs. .Cotton Jiattius, and Hope MilUV uotton iarns. ..jaiiii im fiVEAW English Breakfa.it. Oslonj, Ounpowder, ' I ftn.l Ttntirlnl .Tiiat" Wm-i.i n,4 l.i.onl., 1,1, ORR BUOTHE.US, fLB OVT JAVA AND BIO COFFEE, at tJanli per steamer J. B Uilmore. and for sale bv janli Itt OUR BROTHERS, TXVMlrA Fl.Orit. -The celeb i itl Star I? Brand at OKU UltOTHEllS. kail j," Starcfi, Candles, ' 'Tobacco, Molasses, Wooden Ware: (Salt, Soap, Rice; ' Raisins, Cordage, Mackerel. And fa complclaiasnortnient rof generrGrbceric, 'aloJ)-irT , ,,, 0 ORK iB R0I1 1 ERS. ifor faloJav janll-w i-a ' 1- w.'v' Remoyefi toReai of Old. Stancl ,.6nl. College. Street to ' IN OS. 41 AND 43 VM A.R'i;ET STREET; E' lfAXTJ THE' PLEASURE OP. AN KflfTKnlNfl tiiAur old frtendn. clMtomGr- tne puDiic Hint our Is once more in full operation. Wc are now p'ropared' to fill Orders for the best Tennessee Charcoal ICcflned (Either at Tehn'cj,ce Rollins: Work, on Cnmbcr ;land Rivcr;or our:IrbnStarc here. Wi have -now .in Store, nrtd will bo receiving; 'additions daily, a larscaild coinplftcJtcck of best ! ' ClffAltCO.O. B003I ' irffrrdnteft ! . - r it i ' 1ALS0,, ISO, fl'ona iJAsworteU ' I'lttburjr Iron.- whiiih;;B arer sfllina- below tlfo'Market p'rice. Gl,V,EfUa A.CALUS . t ? ';: HiUman,1 ;Bro,. &rSc(ns. janli 2m; i i . i ' ; iTO 'STEiM BOtTM EH !!! .1 , , .! 1 -1 2ipp New- and 'Secbnd-rHaincl r '"O. t i" - tj:'i n.i .ii . : -.-.Uirfi u t.i' '-Ht' . i ' 0F":V'AlRI0CS"BraES'. 'iN bOODIORDER; it--" nn-tyn i' ijrvp'TiP" .'11 ' . .' t -, .- XSp 20,000 -d nw AV3LL:S0LD'CHI!AI, AT !(.' i',i-x.r, .i.-' ' ,i I,. w ir : .ii J - IS A FOR SAIjE V'V1-1IFt TFWNJ !l ' ;' V;'hU defence iasaMcaa.c or,teeaoTm be is ken tf f-TTl ?J;VliSrV5r -. ' .for confessed .and setTr.hMrisj c-- parte as to hUn L.7T' 1JV . ..... ..... ., . w . asal jHa mvm tmtt aiJ? T ArTB ATTEK.7 ' Ifew Orleans. STa&MER JlaitrS LtSAM.i.Cand TnnupaiT 1 Clerfe. leaves roads ""1Tcnncsseeand Alabama Rail-. A FIRST CLANS PASSEXOEU STKAJSIIK i-caves Johnsonville for St. Louis, Cairo, and . i - . v rMethis- pafeSCoTI riVS -iiP.kteaguH,p Company and at St. Louis With all the KnilrnnU n,l rtnn. i:-:..: i Ports. rK -.,..., Office corner or C'ljurrh and Suuimrr Stivete, opposite tit. Cloud Hotel. ja2, CG-tf XASHVILLE 4c CIXCIXXATI JTAMES S. WISE, up'tT EMMA every TUESDAY and FRIDAY, and Cincinnati tf "fi-'naiAl ana SATUIWAX. All claims against the abovo Company will bo adjusted on presentation, by A. A. SPENCER & Co.. Suecial ArcnLs. Janl3-3m I turner waureii and coueee stsi I FOR RENT, T?R0NTINQ ON CHURCH STREET. IN THE X UstOK and -American' Block, a Room admir ably suited for an Office or small Rrtail Business, .pply at the Countirir Rootrf of tho Vsms and AaEBlCAK. jant tf. rim tev rnVO VERY LARQEtf'R"0OMS IN THE J k - . - I. Fourth Storv nf tfiA fTviskC ivn Avroiniv ButCW, well adaptcil to luuuv purposes. Apply F-,42. DUNN de10-tf i n j" u i i r i .i lr llEMftV!?. ai. : 1. Si, - c ' in TE HAVE REMOVED OUR STOCK TO NOu 1 1 7 SoutbijIarlfcWBtreeLherofiTB Jiope Jo our former patrons and the public srencrally. tock is larsro and well selected, and wc will in oct ouri Our stock is lanro and well selected, and wc will always seltatthiUowest tdarKctf rleeif UHi'l janl3-2w UUAS. NELSON & CO. ;DIimEErT)IimEE! DINNEE! .... . I , 1EULAR DINNER"WTLD BErSBRVED I! O.V aina-aiasjaAa'ai every aay, irom l o ciock taA. where all tha luxuries of the season can bei fnnn '" 11 f s aTi?Tir iv .! found. janlt-Iw AtE, PORTER, POTATOES," rinjifVTtii w's r 1' it r, i . I 1 r:s . - - For Sale at Prime 'cJosls. 'Wit ifAVE'dNfAND- V 200 barrels Wheeling Ale, 50, " , ' Porter, , . 1 20 ' '-bottled " ' f ' ; 1000 bnshelshc.'tryJlltrib'ts Oats, 1000 bushels IriiK Potat6es; '' Which wo will dbpose of at Cost, to close can- ViU VsblALLbUD. JanlO-lw. . . , . , ,,,,, ; ci'B, .-, . ( ili'W XttTS F6R RAlflE ..:.J AVEaYiKDESIRApLE LOT POlt 'SALE,1 291$ feet front m Spruce street, extending' .XaiSSSt on McOavock. strcst, extending ,back.l20.fcct,to ar; , o- ir f'lW Janl4-2w Knowles street. West Nashville. DR E. A. JHERBS'AN HAS RETURNED TO NASHVILLK AND has oneneil n fine Dental Establishment at Nil. lOli South Side Jif the Publi :,,.wtjer" eounrr friends. nc will' mi'liieww iu new ilia t;iij uiu cuiiiiuj jan!3-lm Ianl3-lm REWARD. STOLEN FROM MY. RESIDENCE. .OX JIIE. - ,r?ftebiUrfiitet' onnTtAY M A tE. 3 vcars old. 14 hands hizh. one bind foot white probably both probably botn. i will give tbe . , , f . ( , I , , T, . . , . . Ii aoovo rcirnnimr nur ucnvtrrj ni. j-ciuccoui a oia- abovo rcwaru-lorneruc bio, on Deadtrick street. JOS. WORK. jan9-tf toxtixji van J. T. DUN LA P. 8. U epiLPRJXS. DUNLAP & CIIILBItESS, Attorney s-at-Law, XO, 62 N0ETH CHEEEY ST., . t :i , ! , 'ASirviWiE;', . i janl3-3ra. . i -XeBaesiJice. ' F. FLEMING & CO, (Near, . ,,?i'oii) DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF AUCTION (!nodi, Dry.J'ood?, (Jroccrics, Furniture, House Furnishlnit flood, cfc, etc. A great many articles not found in other houses, nil very cheap for cash only. jan 13-lw. "ir ; , i w it i im ii . '. t j ' ' ' ' NO. m HIGH STREET; TWO DOORS IORTH OP UNI0 , (KiVst .sinn.) janie-im MAXviniSTER COMJBGE. i rpHIS INSTITUTION IS LOCATED NEAR I .Manchester. Iri Coffi-e Conrltr. -Tenn.J with a very liberal charter. The situation is tjh the' ta ble lands,, ten miles from (lie mountain, twelve miles from the washTiue ana L'nattnnooga liau road, eight hundred feet above the rity of Nash-' ..in. l : i:..ii.. ,1.. xri :..:nA .1 V111C, AUU HUIUCUiniCl U1L.UJC 1A.,I1I1T llll,OIIU Manchester Railroad. The surface of tho country is diversified, the scenery picturesque, and tho at mrnhcrri very Salubrious: and in immediate vi cinity pf the town, is the finest variety of water in laeworiu: me pure tirurniiuK iitcawuc, uhu iw icethe. While , Sulphur tho. Alum,. vomU the rhafrhfiitB. Evervthing eonspire to inakenhts nn nf thx mnst favorable locations for education al purposes in tho whole South. Several cent I e- UlCu am uQITGDKanCU 1U 31XUI1UK Mfi.M. .Ui III u erection of tho College buildinirVUBdthojTrustecs arc-determined tulaxko'it'the faroTiie institution of the South. . . At a recent meeting or tne unarti oi irusiees, I'mfMinr W. D.Carnes. a well known and emi nent scholar, csprcially'at tha Stats-Institute at Durret College, at Spencer, wa elected President Knoxville. IfranKlin uiuetfc, ncarirtunvuic. ami In futar success " ' ' J S O It at r ilin tywtjp whii-n. i ii Hiit'irum i ffunriuitea. in is a sntlicieiiUgiiaranteaaf. its future sicM Ig TaoTrtstees have secured tho ase of thi Mh-1 oiMst'Chureh, i two storybuildhnc fer'tBo wfesent year, at which a school will bo opened on tbo Fourth Jlpiulnjvin .Fobiunrjr-Xcxt. , f FACl.Ty. iff I Ma. W.P.CESRS,A.M.President. . J Mkh. Mj M. IIilu Jl. A- Principal or teraale.1 Department. TKRMS OF TCITIOS. Per Session.of twenty weekf.".. 00 Contingent Fee......-.....'.. "- 1 .00 One half in advance, and, tlia balance at the i i ii - 1 1 1. . : 1 N'a money refunded aseept in case of protracted i SlinesJ of the student. ' r i. ii e 1 ...1 RA. .1,.-.. . ... UIIUUlO UI .no rcsoiwm lIoftnlimrroronohnndrtMlanafinyjtudentsCftn i u-j i -.:... ynvtniit.Uf .!?. vnlM I jiuaruuijf lur uu be bad in private f per wees ai ojou. j .? '1 .nOFOnavinrsoOT-Taaitni:r va min', Iran hot avail themselves of superior eductioal fscil- ties, taking Jato,cweraUea t-im qual- 6i-linnl Trf-ltm IKWi-BLUmilMIB ST le coun try, and the central location of the College. . For further particulars address- the Secrehiry. U.S. EMERSON. President of Board of Trui ices. J)tP.JtiTHBp Secretary. Mm !P!!l0AT!!l DAWfTS IMPROVED EKASI VE SOAP. Best Soap made in .the United 1 j. - i StalCH. Send your Orders to RODDY" Cm', MA IS UFA POTJEtE BS. JJe! ,TCfcHcs- Street. t v j - 'i NA-S5IVI.I-1, rTE-VV.-5 AttachweHtCfttfeb-' fVI)elC. Allen W. Dewhitf, Adealhttrator, anil ?-abeBi Wod, Adeainistratnx, of JStkiOn HT, Wood.de Jt-'AI of th sStiS f-'APPSATHKO TO THE SATTSFACTIOX fioN . t&e i;on, .trem an aneeaiion sworn i tills aJtdavit la thb causa, that tha Del to, 1 fend- .-ant, Silas Clark, U ft noa-ri ent ofthejto? or TeMeG smtlrewrs pi JlrLlion hl-SNI-fel--RlK; ' riiv of Nasbmlle. Tessessea," eomeaaeHHMr.satd UXPVS axd amebic, apapcr Defendant, Siras wiarB, 10 appear ottan appear befowswat-tay "h. 10th dar of Jaly. fetfrthen aadtfetre ta nter ,1 wllinr IU)C. l .Mn'u cene'i Pndiaaj JJW'ffiflrvW. ' for Jackson county, Jior Ifrelehtor Passay-e, apply on boar.1. or to td -?CAPf... GROOERIE fE- F4 WOODS. W iBciira wxioi.iEkii.'E Gitdcciti 1 DEALERS IK 1 TOE BRAND i sl k Wf J kUC T i 1 Isif a a o i7 DOMESTIC LIQ1T0ES, T0.BA.CC0.,,. CIGARS, Cor. ColIcstAaiti Clntrcl3sM, NASIIVlXtE, TJEXX, KEEP CONSTANTLY, OS 1LVNU AND k ' i i 9 run ,-.v.t. 100 bam choice Sio Conec. rr iJ2.5JbbltCniihe(, rqwderedantlj-GraHiji. lated Sugar. , i M0 bbls.Coflee fjugar. ... ... w. 50 .3Iaiierel, o. landS.. n Ji ,B , IW.MK .: ; m 1, 2 and, 3:; : .if 20a bajEe.Star .Candles.. . . , .. 12.3- -Soap' (assorted:) -5 Tierces fresh lilce. 25 bbla Cider Vitieimr. 050 " Extra Ifjmily ' lour, 'Sprinfif- neiu ana yort loyai .Mills. 100 bblij.bbls a'oukecn try 'Lard. (L tierces; IJrieif Beef .O.bbU. 2T.uO ifolasaos aiid Syrups. .p0bbLi&rghujin."5l6la.es. 16,000 bshel?iCo(o9Seed. Together wiUj.an assortment of FRESH CANTJiisD 1 ERUTTSC stiatAti PeaeHcH, Tomatoes, , Pickle, ,, " 'Sardines. Brantlj' Peaches;,'. ' ( . 01 ...j; t - aud'(dUcrrics, Worccstersuire .:"ah "Pepper Sauce, Spiees, Pepper,: etc., etc. -'"'i ' " LjLL J iu, .... , UifoxasT mticn inv '6 Pines"Fine Brindy' , ' Hennesey, X3tard,rI)upey.&.C6 i Pinto CtUlon; vintairevl849,'52. and '57 , 3 IJnited:cyaPopuetors;lS50, l, Jtochelle,- j 3 Fj Wliaand Scotch , v.. "iSKJ. , ; 6 j pipes n.-e: r.- lue, all 75 boxes St. Marceaux CharairaRne, 30 " Cabinet 'i " r n . TT , oo AlciailCK 125 boxes Clarerery fiie. WHISKY, h IT - 1 10 bblrt "OldCrow" 1855, warranted" su ! . . ' . . , i . ... perior to. any ever offered in Nashville. 185 bblYrmYemberWr C63nti.'6fd?a!ia!rine. il30 Bourbon, all grades, ' 23'; " 'Apple 'Brandy; purei ' ' 8 '" Teach1 Brandy, pure.' ' ' ' Aniset, .Citracoaf Absynthe, ! Maruschlio'l'lfditipSo Dnikex, , ii. lHantotiaiuiMlJiolcerti mttexn ' nniVJLonuon Club. . "i I K Ann n ..: t tt i- " - " u.uuu ucuuiuv auipurioii jjavnua visars, 1. . n a r. ... iaiBqrp,ou,naaesj t . lt Jttl Tocether with a ireneral assortment of Staple ind KaneyOrocSHcs. Jt I t uhM.Sj CIJLEATIIAM A CO. jaulG NO. B'TTOETH'COEEEaE'ST., XANHVIXXC TEX ; A2TTJ IMPOETilES 6t ' I . . .' , i. - i ' PINE BRANDIES, WTXES, CIGARS, TAEEP CONSTANTLY ON. HAND FOR SALE 150 oags Choice itlo.&fiee. 25 " JavaCofleel l' ' , 100" bbla' errisliel,t'Powrlered ! arid fj.ranff? lateu bugar. ' ' ' ' ' ' 100 bbls Coffee' Sugar, Kd. 89 and 98, &0 " Claeaiheu engar. 50 " Porto Kico Sugar. 50 " Mackerel, No. 1 and 2. 25 " " No. 3. 100 kit " 'No;'12and3. CO kegs English Sdda. 250 boxes StarCandlex. 100. ; i' Soap (assorted.) lOliblsKice. .-; 25 " Cider Vinegar. - -. 250 " Extra Family Flour.. . - 50 kegs Kcttle-Bendered .Leaf Lard, 200 bbl Salt (New Cooperage.) i 20 tierces of Mitchell & Armstrong New fcugar-cured ill&wsi 10 boxes.'Breakfa3t Bacon. 5 tierccH Dried Beef. T 40 bbls Sugar-Hoiiiid MolanwM & Sy rups. i JOO Kegs JNail lasHorted.I To;liet with an Awortmcnt of jFresfe banned Fraits ' ,.00 ii -WA'i . . I . - IUNE-APrLE. STIwV WJ. EUlIi Y. - . . t ir i : t i 4. M 1 SARDINJ-SOYSTEES;' ALMONDS, FILBERTS, SPICES, PL'EER,.ErC EfTC. . , f- rrf-J rUR ASSORTMENT OEJ5R.VNDIEal.WHIS J KIES, and WINES, fot purity and delicacy Of; Sayor, caanot, be (Mtellcd iB this or; any other. ?ny. AilOSGST VBICB iBI . 5 qr. casks Hennessey Brandy (Vintage 1858.) , ' - v 5 qr. eo-tej Pellwokicn Braaidy. g 1 3r ""- A. Sergr-i-tte Braudy. ' 2 pipen Pure Holland Gin. ;l2 BuecheO- Pure lUraaay's ijcotch '.VhiskT. 50 qr. casks Fine Sherry anil' Port Wine. .isrsMi igweafcasHfe'W-ic. i ,v i ' 50 canes Widow Cliquot Ciiampagne "Wine. 25 " St. Marccaus Carte Noire " 'i. 1 25 " Carte Blanche " " Tit ft..-. SOrDtsBijotins (aAorteS seA) ' III Toether with the Finest Assortment of iAPPLE'&PEACH'BRAraY' n.rdxiM ANMSETTr-, AIAaLNi.lt, titti i rt r V-Tvi-Tff r CUKAUAU, MAlJUUliSU, HTf?- A RS & TOBACCO. Ute., Etc. h iiu n wit lizrrirouH TO BE FOUND IN THE CITVv; JanH-3m AKCIIER CHEATHAM A' CO. km bo i casks .Sherry- and' Port W 8 ' caskVpure'Malfra "Wine, 4 Pines nure Holland (Jin' TT7I 'I i n wjpesaie INSURANCE. SAJCVT LOUIS i MUTUAL ,LiFE?,tNSWPACE: itoHEerrcHc No. eo xeaxii tiuki st SAINT LOUIS. MISSOURI. ASSETS, JhIjt 1, 1SSS, 85ft 1,6 U 37 i ' 5 SECURELY lSiKXfK)i, rht ?,r j ft Dividends declared to l'olicy Holders Jan. 1, 15.35J Forty Tev Cent. Eeader. Is Your Life Insured! O dependent ones V TfTINE t WhatVoutd Im1- 1 their pecuniary situation were you to die to-morrow T If it is wise to Insure, is it prudent to Delay ? g J pAitj.AKKAiNUjKtlUUJy.J. ., DIRECTOKS. JAMES H.LUCUS, SAMUEL WILLI' R"obert M.runl:aouser,oflVn;honer.fcRuruet.i Chas. II. Peck. Prcfcl't of the Phllo Knob Iron Co. Robert K. Woods, Cashierof the Merchants Bank. Jules Yalle, of Chouteau. Harrison & Valle, 11 eo. IV. KoMnson.Xif Robinson A tiariard. I Chas. W. McCord, of McCord i Co.. Machinist John T. Thornton, of ThHofl'Ar Pierce. Isaac H. Sturgeon, Presidtof tieNi Mo. Railroad Hon. John llocan. Memberof Cowress. . Henry Urerstelz, of Urerstelz, Warner X Co Liraber Dealer". ' ' Nich. Schaffer, of Nicholas Schaffor & Co., Stir Candle Dealers.' ' H William T. (lay, of Hanenkanip k Edwards. David Keith, of Keith k Woods, lluoksllers and Stationers. R. P. Ilanenkarap, of Gay k HaaeaVasipj Isaac W. Mitchell. D. A. January, of D. A. January k Co Grocers and Commission. Merchants. , ' Wm. J. Lewis, oPLcwtt A: DrO Tobaeoonits K. Rozicr. Jr.. of V. Roiier, Jr 4 Co. Jacob Tamm, of Tamm k Meyer. i OFFICERS. ' SAMUEL WILLI. President. JAMES H. LUCAS, Vice PresidenL WM. T. SELBY, Secretary. ' WM. N. BENTON. Oeneral AjoaL " DR. JOHN T. HODQEN, Coraaltiett Physician. LACKLAND, CLINE k JAMISON;LcKal Adr'rs. HON. ELIZUR WRIGHT. Consulting Actuary. SILAS K. FOOT. State Agent for Tennessee. C B AKFI ELD, V. W. Sl EPHEXSON, Special Agents, Nashville, T?an. Secotiit Xatloaal Bank Bn tiding; Office: , ' NashrniS Local Beard of Reference r Hlllman. Bra. iBons, J, A.'McAlistcr .t'Co-' Jno-KirhnwuiT, , O. JStubbleficld, ' James M. Hamilton., A." Hamilton, , ' -'James' Woods. '', .tf .. ft Eiatcinins,Pysieians: i ThOAi R: Jennings, M.D T. M. Madden.. . . decl3 Im ' ' ' 'Trt&uTmYce "C&pital.Q. Indemnity AsIiinI Jh by Fire, Hirer mill stlnllroful In ilin IIoMie trti.'!co. It USX. Casi aieM4.a).bo5 voiiiHioin, t'asu Lapital wujmi Arctic. Cash Assets .. G2S.ICO IlnrtforU, Cash Assets. .1.000,000 Losses ailiujfwl'ariii promritlv'Tjald'atthis Ofllce. Vn n,lT,C..M.i.i .1 . -'2, VUGIIJ BbACCk, E. D. FARNSWORTH. REAL ESTATE. ,i;u ft r Real i Estate Agents. i 4 AXDERSOX, JOIOfSOX, ' 'I 'U ' I t 1; "T? TTAITSlT ASKftm-ATICri 'THtWaaC.VsVI JZL tho abore buMneM. reSDeetMr teer tsVer scrvrcu?o'(h'eIrotd'fxieB3s'jiB't'lyi ally., in,' the Purchase, SaU ad-'XieeaBgft 'of BealEa(at, StocX$wiits. Cptto'li "and OlluIkt$(tej $tc. bU&UNDIV.IttSD ACTSarTIQNjI'LEDaEDM .Office. QYcr-W. T Bafn-'d-Book-Storc. 'Public. square. , , , ham jii at. a itii r, KNia , J JtBUffHtOB Ki JOHNSON, a. P. SMITH jan7 '00-tf 00fflEBaffPE..H.l tlCcal Entate and Claim Agent, O. BOX 277, ..M Mlf.'M'.. IXnsihTlIlo, Tonn, I THE YV COLLECTION OF . CLAIMS ajainst the jiimea otaios, nnu procure uouniy, nacioray, J'eniions. Ac. Havo assocciated himself with an able and influential firm in Washington City, he offers rare inducements to those who have claims of any description against the (lovernment nf tbte (United Stato., OavtrniacnUVduchSn Douxritorfoirected. 1 v a T ! Special attention riven to all business pertaining to a ileal Estate and uencral Agency, , jan3-tf. ! AEEINQT02T Se.-F1EBAE, jRcal XRtateaad General Arch t KEXT DOOR .NORTH OF CITY HOTEL.. I -VAKIIVIEI.E, TENNENNEE i H m, -f ; . i i ,f j ,ffB-.aILDRESS, lA-ODTOItNIiiY LAW, I OPPIXJEt ' '' I Xo. aij JTorth CeUese Ntret, r FRONT ROOM. t (Up Stairs.) over 3d NatitHtal Bank. 1 dcc2Mtn NASHVILLK.TENN, i i ' ' ' M' FOR KA'T.I?: FIRST-A TRACT OF LAND. CONTAINING 217 acres, in the Seveoth-Oistricj DavMsos county, about 8 miles from Nashville. Only" it liartof the tractwill.be sold If desired. Second A tratt of land eontaininr 62 acres. In District No. 13. abontS!J$ mile from the city, on the CataVerlaad river. On the plaee is a fine young apple orchard. .,-, , Third A home and lot on North .SuEaraer st.., being second door north of Gay Street, and 38 by 120 feet. The house baa four or fire rooms In It, kct ' Foorth An unimproved lot adjoining the last hieutioned lot, on the north side, fronting on Sum mer street, W)4 feet by UQ feet deep. Fifth A lot on the north side of Oay treL We't of Si1raer.Ut,) Uy 130 feet. I Sixth An unlssflrbved l4t on Crawford street, iouth side, between Socuser aad Hlf streets, !A by feet. 1 Seven th-A' tet wtIewTWtw street, -tt4rajw (ng JXjnn't lot on thajirt.sid- aad being S by IEighth Threo lots In 'wetaore's Addltloa to lge&elar adjoining iae soma siae oi swot, stew rt?s prrty; d hiii itel- W ItHrOi - Ninth A lot in ,PrMtoa . Hays' Addltloa to Nashville, on the-north side Of thr N. k. C. Kail- fTeamyeTof tKWlJ ilLa mil I-'ruib Lit Tarrtfiike rcuL on ska rn&J nr street running wtwtwaMly, taael, ivlding the old Lunatic Asylum frost tho properly known as the Dtfrr place,,- IthU A pniy to , ,v,viiUjLi--a near Union, over Second National Bsak. T ,I.ll-lm law osice. no. iM-iana yonrza s llriio slract. m TRUST. SALE OF TRITST' Tf) Latesrrette and R. D. under US' and strle of Latosrrette i Co.. isLl deed beiag datettjaBaemiier.lW, W-dntrji aha muKSt'i .OSto'ef . UaV8sW :Cii in 9M,tto 9Wrd-Brm nrrred wfl,4 I inarsaay neii, janaair in, low, sen at raWM de, on the premises, at No, ISO oa Church stress, ty of Nashville, all the property la said deed of etc. fo r ti raJt-Md r! s s! oa. - a Sale at 11 o'clock X. v. Trrmn, ex. ian!3-5t , C.l-SVMA-.-i. Traitse. SELLING OUT AT COST, i STOfiB FOR RENT, niA.vTN(f RblxV'ilWoLS JS-Sv , SWMSIM 1.1 11 F 1 n H IB. Vg OWrT OHr eiilt'Bteex;-oc wy uood-, ts,' , eie., ht ( tint. 10W. a, Wum.,. .Ml BU . . , . - . . i. ' ts'ull' lfer ivuX. It m on us. Alto, iae more oecapiw oy i well fitted bp and a aost ilestrsble stasul. jiBU- o. oTICKRK A-CO, if 14 ILLiilJ V A1LE DEAIiERS, r rr r nr , , (NO. 41 COLjCBGE STREET, u ,..a .m.1 I XASimiXE, TESTS., - n-irr'ix btokk a. LARGE&GOMPIETE STOCK - -K,sta ' m o( -i.i .oil' f.UW7 FHrwlHR ImpleiHCHlM, etc-,. ' . , , WhWi witt be'sold'oa th .1 i ' '. . v. , -u J , ' , M ONTJ FAiVHKABEE TERXR. S K3U7 ' : rin1 "DOZENAXES;' ALE'tiOOD brands. OUXJ 60U kegs NaijH and Spikes. 103 kegs Horso and-Maalwes. lS'boSe -Mono iAeew Stalls. 2.0UO pairs Trace Chains, i.VM pairs Waon Chains, assorted. GOO joteo:SteelCotton Hoes. 105 doten assorted Hamex, For sale a'. ' 2ia. 47 CoUece Hfreet, ALEX.WlL G$AY. qnn miiIers steel ViiowiTfoY i. 2. OUU Saudi: 100 Raymond's Steel VIows. No. 0, 1 and L'.-aX) Avery's SUel Plows, aborted ; 100 tllobo Cotton Scrdpers. For sale at Xo. 47 ColIcjfO Street, ALEX. FALL k GRAY. T Onfl DOZEN; ARSORTKD FILES: 1.080 A.wUv doien AMortd Leeks: Mifcnea As sorted Hand ?w;'l)0 dotea Corf MUte; ICQ doien Assorted Cottos and Wool Cards, i i'orssdeat.. i Ne., 47 College Mtreec,. ' , ALEX. FALL k GRAY. 500 OR0SS KNIVES AND FORKS: 160 I9Mi V'.t r..-v .,lsa. doien' Ehears-and Scissors; 100 doscn Raiors. 'I For sal st ' No. 47 Celleire HlnrcU .B.L,LEX, FtL iOXlTfV sOIIlCULAR SAWS. Mill .and Cross,-Cut Saws. V 'tlun Belting,. -Leather Belting Boltiag Cloths, Saw Hummers, QummerBlts, !. n ?J?rtf rc.",li Xo. 47oUko Strct,' , ALEX, FALL Jt QRAY. 1X0LISH iAMEltlCil StKfSKL. Jll Cast Steel, Shear Steel. SIB &. g"f !lows.Vlcei, Forstlea', Xo. 47 CUt7e Ntrcet, 'JXrAhV k iQRSY. SMT &wmx ASD I.I NO. 47 COLLEGE STEEET, , Alex. Fall & Gray. an9-lm DRUGS! DRUGS! . I- ' 4 VST'T t ' ,,T,a:m?fe..,'. Ml !F0BBE, STEPHENS, DRUGGISTS, Hr.i. VTATHH JA3-S cleVHegesVTl Vtslok" Ml? llaiittH IA IMH'ilM stl'tkC i. l I .... ii. ..I Kin'i . 0 t ,.nr JL ilrlri 1 ,.ll. . I t--M- til. I I - -W !.-MM-imflliUl.t..,'JIlli I. ! 1 iwr nsuTT ,41-, . HT t' rf- lS-M 1 i-.f ( urnom ytio io 3jA We stave fast receireJ from Kevr York iiarketa very large nldltions to our former llie public to Ike lrgwt and memt complete POtl AX1 :KIIGtS Svss Weg4t.to thkelty. ,L . i - i. " . f M9,Si;r'e;', , . ' ie gross Ceikaa Bitten. ' '"; 13 gross MeLana's Vtrsslfuge, -t i.n, , f,- - ' . l(t geM iFahwaitoefc's VenashgT, 5 cvea . Jr' JUpst.- i l 5 , gcoa. i Ay art Chert T Pertoral., . ,4,Vrtts.Ce4i0sL .-.k".!'t 10 bsls Varnish;! assorted, 10 biurets Lard'-awi." Llcwtad fiKh, A large Stock of A.fa.wfiiui' ' rVI ;lf.' V ' . Tr ff I I'l- ' i. ' t.'t r lit li' i-v.. - 1 - n , . - .T i . 1, er ,w ff -I iff .ir i. i wi iv;,h ' ' iu I - JWKT'RCWYJi. tS t i l , '-it '186 ' 1 A. l3 X Jt ,00 Paps assorted Seed, 10 feUs Onio"SetUv ' 'All of which is oxfend to UM Tratk aad the - flattie gentUr at Ike Terr lowest prices. 1 r9mmm STEPHENk, s, Cor. Colbcs sad Ua4s it el-las.' T !