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JON1W. HAYS 3e CO. Terrca of Hnbcrlitlou. ' ,r.,..,jc;4tl0.iq ... -Z 26 . , 5.00 . .. 300 n.llr. t.er week- Tri-Weekly. per year WMklr. cer Tear Payment invariably in advance, and the paper I iMntinned when the time paid for expire. Voluntary Communication boritaEin filter ,4ting important news, solicited from an 7 quarter News letten from the various counties of the StaU especially desired. ' ' btUVUfiliATi AUGUST 20. IHflW. Largest 'Clrcnltition'lb City hod Statij National Democratic Ticket For Prcfilctent,! HO-ItA BLO . S-E Y M-QUR, for Vtrcl'rrwitlciil, FRANK P- BLAIR,' TJIK I'lJlTI'OKM. The Ileraocratie party in National Convention uinlill. reooninE It trust in the intollieeDrn. patriotism and dlsprlminaUnj;'. Jodlee of the people, (landing uiku the Constitution an the foundation and limitation ot the powers of the guveriiioont, and the guaranty of tho liberties of .the flitixan, and recognizing tho questions of laorjr'nd'(eitlnte having bberi Settled fofr- all tituo to Mine iy inn war, or ino voluntary aetionjoC tho Southern States iiv constitutional er.nvei'tnnj assolnblnd. and neVerto he renewed or re-gitated, do with the return of pcaco do- manujl .- , I mmediate restoration of all the States to the! right in the Union, under the Constitution, and of civil government to the American noonlo. .VMvmti .' Amnesty for all pout political oftensc and the" regulation nf the elective franchise in the Ktatrs by their citizen. 'third: l'aymont of the public debt of the United State sj rapully as practicable, alj morleyj'iirawttllrnmtjfio icotio iiyinxalion. cxi cent no mush ax il requisite for the necessities o MlMttaVerntnontconntnically administered be Ing lioniwtly applied to eucn payment, and where tho oDllgatiims nf tbn government do no! oiprenjlynt-.tq.upou their nee, or tbejawjin der which tlior wero issued doc not nrovidi that theV ahall bdnnid in -coin, thev ouchL iti right and in jujtlcq, hp paid in tho lawful money of the United'Rtatfti. - i 'nurlh . Equal taxation of every specie" of property according to Its real value, including garerpniQnl uonus anil niner panne securities. tflh; One currency for the government ana tho people, tiie JalMjrer and tlio.. pmco-boldor, the pensioner ana 111 td linnilhfjller. Klrtlt .- Economy In the administration of tha government, the reduction of the standing army and bary.'.tho abolition of the reodnien'ii llu reau, and all poltticnl instrumentalities designed to securo neirro yupromacy; film plificatinn ol tho xystom and discontinu anee of inuuiiitnrial mud of n.vcMint; and col leelinit internal revenue, no that the burden o taxation may lio equalized and Ienscned, th urmlit of theeovrrnmsnt and the enrrrmrp mml sood.'lhe repeal of nil onkelinentd for ionrolliufl theKtate militia into national forces in liniocf peace, and alarm lor revonuo upon foreign iuv porl, ana suon ey uniiAiniipn under tho internal TeVnnuelawnan willhflordiiioidcntiil protection ttdomestin luanufuctureo, and a will, without! inpairina the revenuo, imnoso thoJoast hurdon upon ami bet promote SMi encoaraee tho croaS &inth.- Itoform ofatUKein tlio hdmlniMra tien, the expulsion of corrupt men from office. tne anroiraiion oi useiesn ouiccn.tue rcsioratlo j.r ritvlifftil mitlinrilv In nnil f Tin irulniijkmln.mn the Hxocutivft a ad Judiri-,1 llppnrtinentx of tbet government, tho subordination of tho military to tne civil power. io ino cnu mat tno usurpn tionaof Cimcretw and the dwpotiaui of the sword may cease- ' . i Kiohthr Kauai rishUand Protection for nut n ralitod and native bom citizens aUbomeand, Koronii, inn sncriiun ui mucrican naiionaiuy wnicn snail commanu mo respect ot loreitm, powers.anil lurnun an exampio and encouraco uient to people struffalinc furnatinnal iutcirritv constitutioDsl liborly and industrial ritchts. nnd tuo luatntenanco oi ino rienu ot naturallzcu oitizons oaainst tho nbjoluto dixitriuo of imuiu tabid allugianoe and tho claims nfforcicu powers to puntali them lor niieccu crime comiaittcil bo Tond their iurisdictiuo. iu demandine these measure!! and reforms wet arraign tho 'Kadieal party Jim its dlfrecard o riKUl anil i'i" niariHou oppression nnil tyranny which have marked its career. After the most solemn ami unanimous plodso of both houses of Ooncross to prosoculo the war exclu sively for tho maintenance of tho government and th preservation of the Union under the Constitution, it has repeatedly violated the most acred plodKunuor wjtieli alnnn wa.s ral lied that noble 'Volunteer Hrmy whiSli enrrfed ourllae to victory. Instead ot rentorintt the Union, it has, so far as in it" power, diwolvod it, mid, subjected. ton btnte iu,tlmo qf profound peace to mllftary dejutoiism and nccro suprem acy. It has nullified there the right ol trial by jury;itha abolished the finlw corjm; that most sacred writ or liberty : it has overthrown ibofrei-dom oispeeoli and tho press: it has sub slitutod nrhitrary seizures nnd arrests, nnd mil- Itarr trials, and secret star chamber inuulti tlons for the constitutional tribunals; ith disregarded in time of poaco tho right of tho people to be free from searches and seizure; it lias eniered tno poninnu teiegrapn oincos, nnd even the privato rooms of individuals, and seized their privato paper and letters without any specific charge or notice of nUidavit, ns ro- uulreil iiy me organic law; ii uas ronjcrlod tno American (Janitol Into a Jlastilo: it lias ostah lished a system of spies and enionaeo tu whioh no oomtituttnai monareny ot Europe would now dare to resort; it has abolished tho Hclit Of ap peal on important consuiuiionai uuesuons to the supremo judicial tribunals; and threatens to is irrovoeably vested by tho Constitutions whllo the loamtxl fhlot Justice lias beer) suhjectod to tb most atrocious calumnies merely bocausobo would not prostitute bis high office tp tho' sup port of the false and partisan rbarcei preferred against the President- Its corhtpti6n and ex travagance have exceeded Anything known in history; and brils frauds and monopolies It has nearly doubled tho burden of tho debt rre&tod by tho war. It has stripped Ihri l'rosidrnt of bis constitutional rewertif appointiuent, oven of hli own Cabinet.' Under its repeated assaults the pillars of tho government arts rooking on their base, and should it succeed in .November uoit and inaugurate its President, Tt e will meet as a tuldoct and conquered pec pie amid the ruins of liberty and the shattered fragtslctits of the Constitution. Aud wedodoclaroand resolve, that ever since the pooplo of the United Ktntns threw Off all subjection to tho British Crown the privilcgo and trust of sullrago have belonged to the sev eral states, nnd have been granted, regulated and controlled exclusively bytha political pow er of earhtilato respectively, and that any at tempt by Congress, on any pretext whatever, to deprive any Slateor this right, or Intorfero with its exercise, is a flagrant usurpation of power wbleh eanjAnd no warrant .in tWCorjstitulloni audy tf aanctloneil 'by th people, will eubi-ci t our form of govemincnr, and can only end in a single centralized and cr-nsolidatod government, which the separate existence .if the States will be entirely absorbed, and an unqualified des potism bo established in place of a Federal Unl6n nf aoeqnalj Ktatest and that wo regard the freonast! as'gueh are rnctioh acts ofCi en gref tisurpatinns nnd nnronslit htio ma rYnltitiatirr an ul void. That our soldiers and sailors who carried th fiac of our country to Victory against a inmt s-allantand determincMl too, must over ho ciate- fullr rerpcmlkcml and all thn cnarantroNKivvn In their favor' htust bo fallbTullyftirried Into oi- ecntioa. That the public lands should Ih distributed widnly as piwoiilile ainnnit the people, and should ho disposed or either Undor tno pre- rnplion or hoiunitoMil lairs, anl sold in reafon able !uanuiiea,iarta iu nonet unnwmiu oocu iint. il the minimum urice ostablisbcvl bv tin governninnU When grants of tho publio lands may be allowed necessary for the encourace went of important ptiblio tmprovcincnts, iho proceeds of the pale t such lands, and nobth lnili themselifis. should besn annlicd. That the I'rwidrnt of tho United Statos, An drew Johnson, in eioroiilne tho poner of Ins ht(h office in reslsliuj; Iba as(rrc4ons of Uon gross ufo. tlm const uutinnftlnsUUufthoiJintM and the people, is entitled to tho rrattttido of tbe whole Amerkwn pflplr, and in .behalf of Iho Uemoerktic party we lender mm qur tuanvs ur lits patriotic enoru in uiai regaru. peal to every patriot, iu?liltliB all Uie oouswra tire clement, and all who ilwiro touiporttbo Cunitltutifin and restore Ihtf 1b1d, ferceitlng M Past diflerences of opinifti. to unite with ns ih the present great slrumclo lor tho liberties of the people; and that to all such, to Whatever party they may have heretofore ielonged. we extend the right hand f rHIawstiip, and hail alt tueh co-eperating with us as friends and brethren. DEMOCttATIC "hTATK" fitTtVlTKh: S n eliivv 1 1 4-l Tbnn., Aug. ft, ilfiij. By virtue of the power vesletl in me, 1 designate the following gentlemen to 90m prise the Democratic Utc CbramUtnc of 1st district James W'itu, f Itogurs vlllc. Tenn. 2d jlitrJctr-JohniVillism1if K.kH4 villr. 3d disifict E.:-r. Jame,,olc!iialfaii(Kiga. 4lh district Jos. If. Thompson, ofShel byvillcji jKiii (f ntv i w rt . 11 i f .11 5th district Geo: blh district tieorge J. amimieueiu, Chalrm-h VlMf .it BWwii, JoTui H Callendfr,4L.'. Bah, Albert JvobYtsand JamwT. Bell. ' Cth district Domry ILTIioma., of John- 7th dielript Horace P. Illanton, Sr., of Par. ' i ; th district M:.D. L. Stewart; of Mepi-, phis, Epmond CoorKR. . Al LrIslowa. Maine, Miss Almcda Hodgaon lias become a Taring maniac 'from' dUsppoiqfPienMn tne waiter 01 prizes in Saturday night pr Sanday rabraina the Peoples' Bank, ofjBaltimore, was robbed or Siu.txw. i n ( m The deaths in Brooklyn.'New YorKllast week were 260, including eighty from chol era infantum. The colony of Barbadoes is uneasy be- cause taaay members' .(ft thdBHtisltrfearij aoriB tbWe are Fenians.- ' l some coal oil from a can upon allra ehq waa kindliog,tb'ebtber (lay. The can exp'Toued, and-Bbe was to badly burned-thateh will, probably die. . , , , A report comes by. the last steamer from, Japan, tbat oneliUndrcil and fifty Clirislian, Japan natives had been taken out from! KagajBalq jn. ,a,Bteamer and drowned, tne; QfoiixVi fremonstrance noiwltbstandiifg- A letter received at tho Republican headquartcrain Washington shows that the organization of that party for the Presides tial campaign throughout the country i: UDprecedentedtaeimtll, 1 1 tf Il Iti ' J ifr. TrfmlS praAeman onflUo KiUagd, andVashlngforr; Vcrmontrail fo'ad fM friend last Tuesday morning, that hd ilronmixl tho ninliL Iveforfl if lieinrr. killed by falling from the cars. And that day Ivi waaBo kulctir.fi! ..ui i . Milton . White, poisoned himself jrith' Hlrvchnme. in Fabrius. New "iork. Hid olber daf. llliff fotlteri Iiad.' ordered! hUn away from home on account oi lazy emu 1fc!BnelJ, anil rather than go to 'work, the youth concluded to dio., , ( While 'the construction' trafn on ' th a Union . iPaciCc railroad waa backing tto- wai ru Fremont Station, Saturday, it rati over a cow, throwing the caboose car off the track,. killing Jive men, and. wounding1 twelve. Two of the latter' died' tinidnyj AH)yeVlelilpoe(jftlftrqaa.', .''f,. ; U6t long ago1 a tnans in Austin, "TexaS ;natlo , pqhio rcmarka derogatory. tn Jthej ladies, for whicltBerceaut. Geargo JJyrnp.i of Hid Sixth Ufrited f3lates 'Cavalry;, .knocked hiia.dowh,: Jr lhiarth4iM6f uic city iiavc iirt.-3cuii.ti me ucij;taui,i wiui, h silver cup. Neither the rencn nor the Pruasian! 4 Minister at Washington has received anyi advicfea'iif any swi6ni inisujiderstanding between the two countries which tbey rep-, resent, and, although it is well-known that 41iareifre craVoiiueAlion8 imsellle'd.iUit hh- nouncement that a" war Is iinmfneiu is're-i garueti a pfemaiare. . . The sentence o'fl ifobK S.-Affen,1 'Impli cated in the Callicolt whisky fraudHjt is! understood, has been commuted by tliej Prcsidentr t-IJo waff s aentencedp to the! King's county penitentiary for dnd'year, . " y m t.t aA, ml ? inly penitentiary tor ono'year, a Cne of 20(H). Xho jmp.rjs. ns to bo palu. I and to ay a ontnenthaa still rtiuains to be pai Sion of theTr Pm,Cal Pet had been rmnosed unond hand, ytho, absence oi nr., t. 'nlii Wt and this correspondent earfpoScd It wa position represses general; poi iuid. u iiuin iu uuiui vuiUi uuuicui - .... f I General Aug. KatiU, of cavalry fame, Iti fwilljjnflicj; upon( tho credit of a Stafc. undcrsfootl, has been commirsionetl by 'If I'ho history of tho legislation in, thiailtafe! 18 the covcrrimcnt lol.ilrdceei - r either before or with Gcneraf llosecrano, our new Minister lo that republic. His j dutim are iirobably similar to those de-; volved on Lieutenant General Sherman, when lie was detailed ! to1 afccdniifany ex- MinlitLor Catuiilell.' . The flnx. is raging in Iheirio tWligbipt r TT ' ' form in portions of Waihiriclon, ob jti;tjr,i Indiana. Adults andfcliildrehnrealtacketi with the disease, and iri ajraost, evcryin DiaitLO 1, lldfl I'lUI LU ........ . " ' , uornpou, near rarawcer . .pwupn, nearer every pornon ift sick with 'iliq .disease, and many aro dying. The skill of the best physicians has bceji,j .far, Rallied to find a remedy for the malady. Tho Oxford fOhio) Citizen'My, one day last week, during a thunder storm, Mrs. Creycraft, a daughter ol Mr. Jobu Wright, was struck: by lightning. Air. Oreycralt ; was sitting on tho 'iKirch in front of his house, and Mrs. Creycraft, not feeling well, vi in Ijirlg 6n)ili61)CPin th();lio)isc',)frohtiiig the door. A largo tree standing in the yard was shivered to splinters, Mr. Crey craft w.iH'Bfunhed fori tiracynnd tno wiiolo sale of Airs. Creycraft a Iwtly was marked by the electric fluid, blie was completely laralyiel for some days, and indeed for a lime her lilt vfaacpunigereil in peril. A Washington dispatch of the 17th inst., to the. Cincinnati. Gaidte, ira: No definito reasons have been furnished to fife Congressional committees ,bv tliose .new Southern members of ,'pongress i.w,ho write that thev doira a session . in September. The movement, thusjar appears lo be in the Jianda of those who favored starting a new impeachment just at tho close of tho session. Part of tho pressure) popies from Mississippians. wlio want CoPRreja to meet and legislate regarding that State. It in known that the WaV Department la'wbrk- in most earnestly to Injure, .peaco In, all parts of tho South, and as yet no reasons for a September pesidon can be discovered by such Republicans as aro on the gronnil here." .AtOiipalch fr6di.Soloman City, Caisj dated Saturday, says : The Indians are re ported lo bo within twenty-eight miles of this iilnce at daylight this morning. Their strength is variously estimated affront 000 to J500. They ire reported 16 have il dared that they were going to clear out the settlement on all these streams. Women and children are'eoming in very fast, and tho town is nearly full of refugees. t is credibly reported that a detachment of soldiers had an engagement with the Indians yesterday, between the bolompn and Saline rivers, in which the soldiers were iwhlnned. . Ntarly tall-thesetllera north of Ashar creek are surrounded. We know of eight icroiia being killed, lit? cepting those that are surrounded, all the' , settlers for thirty miles along l)i,o Solomon; avo been driven oil. , . Tint NewYork Herald is so thoroughly ; convincod of i-ieymour s election, that it bus oommencod to discuss tho propiibleJ policy of his administration. ' a itr.i'tutTKU oujruAtu: kximski. Great eBbrts have l6en made by Itadi cnls to how Ihnt.tha people in various portions of Aliddlo and West ienncssco arc disorderly, nnd that tho lifij of a 'Union man is notsafo in Buch communi ties. Tho olijeVjt is to get jtW nnlitia ir-v fdcretl on tr that' a largo nniubor" bi lvadi IchIs, white and black, tnny get jmsitions, mtab fur jwy.iind othfirs ttb wrenk -parry. trevensTO upon their" tnJikhbdra. Ono of (tho resorts of thedo lurfh has b.on to. rep (rcsontUittt outr; lilted juprAi mHt iiret?, waho whero (Iww rcporied'ottfrges havej jlioen locat they havejbepn shown to be Kvitlumt tbe shiulow of .foundation or grossly exaggerated, Ono of theso Ku- lChix outrages is thua diRposed of by thoj vvwgu txrit Whilelri tbe city df Mbmphts we wore sked about a dreadful murder, that had teen committed ht MasonVs IVj0t, the niuf Uered man boing A,hegro and the murderer h Kn-Kliir. of cotirae. It waa nublishetl in the itof that .places Wo branded it nsalie, uiionr arrival amia jc no, l t)n our arrival at Alam,!8rue; inquired about the uinnler iind fpppd .that a rascally negro bjv. ibo iiame of Macon had gwne to Nash v iiie-anil k-eporfed to the Ijegialalurc that he war the Victim of 6utrage; had leen driven from liia home by throats of violence, and that bno negt had. been-foully-innrdertkl. Tho .wuoiowas a ,uwut vi lien (wnrocieti uy.- Macon, an cmiasanr sent uniiy the. 'Loir Loaguos of Memphis for the iuriKe of( f lavuic the ruilitia sent upon us. lr. Mc-- b' Call, Senator from this county, came liomb for the purpose of investigating tho matter, hnd obtained affidavit froiu not only tho whito but many colored tnen ns to the abso lute falsity of the whole aflair. This is the mctliod by which tho judical party Kre Reeking to call ont this militia ; a thou sand euch infamous. falsehoods have been old to the biit lMea!gt!r car. of tbVlladical Lppislaturo. There never has been an out rage committed in this county upon- either white or black, and there never will be so innc as wo .are clear -of '!loil" Ijeagces, which arc only created for tho purpose of (trraying ttfo'cdfired ra'ca Against tiie white leople of tho country. The colored peoplo pros- andsiit cause tliey attend to! theicSwork djlise SO time Sphning arordpo Leagop meeti8 and 'Spending their iMneyiforlthesupport of carpet-Daggers and scalawags-1' A correspondent of the Memphis Bul letin, (Radical,) writing frorn iason'a bepoton the 14th insL stated that no such liir n mnn at tl himself $ct:ai&Tizfis&&l$ io'b'eAislaesi na'tcd.0 We TorrcsnonfJefll adda : "That there ore violations .of ilaw, rtoyr jyndithcri -. . . . J ,1. I no one can wen difTH1.?; ana,P.WaDliy, will contipuo Jo bp as nn3,humaji n turo possesses so many imperfections b tney c'arlnotVe attriUtett fr) po1,tca'c " Hrm va sne Ihat . accordtni; to. Radi'caf'fcsiimoriy, this Vepdrt6dp'p!'tra'gd had riot tho Sliglftcst, fouqdattyn; yeffi was made the. nrcUxtTor aJdcmand.'th'a militia be sent thcro toprotcctblack and white, rjrilo'n mw ' J'tia-i Itj'pUcIi ' roporjta that? nrtsbhiefsfaakers hopo to ;get tho militia ordered out nnd quartered upon, the people. Tue cKEiirr. oi the?-1 NTATES-IIOW THAT OF TF..VNI' r NEK i,itr.criiyKi. The Cfillimbia correspQridQnt .of tho. Uhatleston' Cbln'crsajriilrhaB leaked out; that Govv'Scottihas been holding protract ted privato interviews, wjh the.rtianco Commiltco of botlr Ilbtis'cs, and has told tho Legislature kthatjujile5' moro modcr-! nto and judicious legislaJtionJa.'adopodj thft creditor, the SfatoHtLp'pt ftpi Tho fiovornor is ''pfatyto Hid loan authorjicd' )V Iho LcgisIaturo, and i can only l)OTrOW.iipli'lUWU on aixiy uuyo tune, anu men mu juuit ji w uw flatc soaaTo'niaturo bfroWtlijrTCsiaen-. riTt,nl;Ah IThnt lih.inlf.5 i(f ''tJefelalo wui vivtintvui ii . looking very blue, and tho Radicals' already frightened about the prosi of being paid in bills receivable,, aro ;aro Kpect i .South slv imnair 1 i tliv tlm imnrilllcnt COtuluct of her StatO ,-- , officers aud legislators. Tennessee fur-! k . . . l r l Z . pushes n BtriKing example oi c example of tho injury, id oppressive lcgislabqnJ which liiiruli ntid oWessivo lccislab " " "11 ' B II prcscnts'ati tinbrokenfleries of tiggresw nnon I the riglitsol tne people o,fiayor3j'.Kftfi le and oppres- limn C out oncjo- II deeming featuro of lenioncy or ono effort! to conciliate, anu Jfifto UIU I'euptu.1 it m 1. .1 1 1 1 1 'I'Vf'I islation is seen in 'onllFndttifo titu uuirt;t;iitt.iiiit ui uni ui distrust with wlijph ur credit is ro; garded, Tho July intorpst on the State! deb't'iiaB n6t l)beH paUl; andJtlie'icrpcdi-. onts to which resort was had to raiso the mcflpy for.jUiaturppsqjfaileiJ, i)njy becauso the want orconlidencd in!cnpt talists. in ho ability o;f (tho , Sjtato undor the reign of Rrownlow to niect its ongago mcnts'. Tlio Legislature met hor&bn the! . ' 1 r ' . . j 27th of July, and yet nothing has been! dond trt'TOfSarr the injury' done htMcrcdltj of tho ijtatc by tho failurp to meet its interest engacemcnts. A million of I dollars of our bonifsl "difo ii? May.ind ; no othor. provision wns inado' Ibr their redemption beyond tho proposal to issup to the holdqr now bonds, i Vi'liis was na fourth ( of tjicso overdue bonds, leaving threotquattera. iittvt. million to bo melln qOinc QtUpr,aj'tth'6lioI46rlin tho jAdn, tirao to awni'thd pleftstlro' op the fTJrdjnft low dynasty. With ' tho knbwledgo that. thisQiuyiionj ojpjjr.j Stajorhoruls would lull duo in . May, andtliat provisidn 'fdr their' Tcdc'mptiofP could not bo madp. by ,,.tho imposition of nnj additional .tax for thrit rurpoio on; an inreauy oppressively mxcu pcopic, uju iuiJta was rjjpu ouijiaaiquiq Jiaufcjis ih,ctrryirir'th6' clfcttioii last yeaiy'tii tiiis cost-tho Stato moro than throo hnn J . . '..I.M.i- ' !. .' i I." " Jl drcd thousand dollars, i ho money tlitiB squaridcvetl Rpon favorlcsto5 carry a'po ; Iitical eloction. should have ' been litis 'banded to meet tho July mtcrost on our 'State debt ''Not'cdnWnttwith the injury already inflicted upon .tho credit of the Stato, it is proposed to again call oiit tho militia, winch cantlbt1 bo done all tin ex. ponso short of half n million, of dollars when Uioro is.np moro. ncud -for militia.1 thai! thblfo is, for fi'lh.vrdh'ccl t6 cart if $lto ciyil authorities , will flischdrjb thcit duty and ifaithfiilly orocutctho lnwaiitlieipeace of Jhe Staco, can basis easily preserved as it could .boforo the war. ' jThj'QppquciC9 CjaTjIfifljarih nnd injudicidiiH lcgislatioirand this utter noglcct of the highest interests of tho State, has been a doolino of about fifteen cents in tho prico of our Ijonds within two "months." ' Jlncffo' hfcvcr' lias', been a timo in tho history - of Tennes see when so persistent an effort seemed to be mndo to 'l?iinrifpf ruin tho credit of tOjtatqjjisJias boon mado undor tho Brownlow roign. lloro tlirceMiiuirtors ofn million of our bonds is mo :o und unpaid, and tho July intorcst on rt,'S6iW,doH,unV-W, witTt 'nti enipty Jtrensury, nnd the pooplo taxed live-fold greater tbnn they wero'inAhfcJprdsporiiiS Hyar of ISG9i ft'if riMPVi'on all nut and quarter upon tho pcoplo who lay lhosetntts .irrgoiifiilittiry force, is eriptialy,4qbg.tcdjjjy tho niembors of the egislature, whon they know, or ought to now, that th id cnnnotlo uonoit iiecMtf. hort of a lialf millioiii .doHarn.ii lll'l I . . i .1 t ln.il, eckleiw qbitrso will '(SipUnf vliy!i.'M'9 red it of the Stato is so shaky that the maiicial agent could nor, utter Having ppont wjvoral weeks in New York negoti Ming .with tho capitalists' ir;t!iat 'cilyt iTiise thi Junnoj necessary -to: pay tho puly intttrdst It is JeAsy to see, in .tho . .tnrtWvnrnHia , ,nf.i...v U.ofi Lhosocvoi)ts,.t!p infiuuy.Utai HIKillK. Z fi'f l tmMXt. Wd'ionfRcT'Htato liarsh amyiUihral ry-rriuodjby tho Brownlow dynasty. Tr.N.r.vsi;K aitaiks. Tho ashingtrfrr ciiVeSfvirid6rTtiorne ..!!., M liuisville Journal tologntplia nnder date. tu o l'.Hh inst, as follows ....' "In a recent cftnyersatlon tho Pfeaiileat ext)res,edhimsclfdnrS9ervedlyand warinlf hn the condition of affairs in Teunosee.. Iu regard to the calling out of the militia byjarownlqw, he pointed to 4 the cqnstitij. tionat pAvision'that rrouleeonltTorrs mze f, standing army in tune of peace, and saitL hat if thts-c militia were Ums uqlawfnllyi called oqt IjiCy would lie confronted by, (ho national trooji. In order to carry out tlis lino of wlicy 'a, ne commander of ihadepartncnr.n plafce of Qen. Thomas was canvasaed, and die JiameB of Generals Kotttsean, Oorddn Granger and Gilem mentiooed yrowtni'ntly in cohnectioiitlifert-with" iat Place "who lmacinea which wMl,uridouu.tc4iy,ueprcciaic-pouini Carolina Is not alono1 iS hioVdi&mck of findinc hor credit seriously impaired XOTES FKOJI THE FIELD, TroJcveryifrtarterJho intelligence M cheering and hopeful lhe coldness with wBichUhe domination of Grantrwas t . l , Atyifi. spt recetrea tms senieoj? into upainy.y in-, deed, the Radical party throughout the North is in a comatose state; and the rousing it. Their canvass i markedly ; vigorous op .? LIU .' meat excite- . i menL in tliat section, the Democracy are enthusiastic and active, and are driving, steadily upon $he stolid and,, .unresisting columns of tho. adversary. ;. .. . ,i The New York World of the lCfci thus sums up.ita oudgef, of 'reports ' .' The West is lairly; aflamaiwith Pemo- cratic enthusiasm j . iteports pf. the masi meeting9,held(tnereabound with proofa.pf overwhelming acceesitms to the party'rarni iho other sideband, of tho feillty of .eyofyi old. campaigner who has held last to icmoj cratic principles through good and eviS times. IbiJ .speakers are junong the ablest; of American orators and statesmen. Pen-f dlelijp, ThUrman, Ward,-iand .others, are prgaphingfvictory iOiOhicU i The. Germans! aro anlopg thftret to join jn ibo political revolution, endjU isclaimeil tbut the change, jn.tht? German, yate alpnt will, securfl. the lata.fot Seymom:. apd Uir-, Senator: endricksjrv Indiana, and.Bensior Doolit-i le, in Wiflconp'ij.arearcbing at.tbe:heaW of,the,campa.igp.ert in thfiae.StateS, conquer- ing and inspiring-public opinion whereveri itheygt). . liothuthesar3Uiteaaro'cotrnted(st thisslagftotlie cpntest, as surely JQmo4 cratic by handsome. piajoritiea. This,willj sendMr.Doplillle back to the'Sehat asj well as Irelfi to ele'et onr candidates1 for the. Presidential' add Vice Presidential chairs.; Michigan is Another State, where, accofd-i ing to the voice of tho local pressandalitho; news which comes to us, "the work, goetf bravfelyTjn?' The. Detroit- Fret JPrito de-j clares that "never In the" history of politi-i Wl contests have" th'e indicatibnS'thas'carTy' jbfen so faVorabJc to the Democracy. 'Wei Have chccrinttccounts'Trom all sections., 'Odfrieridd'arectiver ahtl'detehnSned, and' 'if the Stat6 Is'nbt'fcdeemed 'frdm the blight of" IJadjcalism, 'which haSo1 long been "upon; It It w?ll rrot be Tor ttidwsnt of 'work."- So! in regard'to IHiriois1, Iowa and1 Minnesota. 'Eden aHd his co'-labdrera in Iowa are labbt-. 'irlgwillt'an hbilityarid' energy thaf binnot fdil to' break the large 'majority against us! two years agoand that taay yet' Baccee inj turning the scale, The popular changes in j Illinois and Minnesota lead our friends in i itliose; regions.' to prophecy certain victory! I .,; Qidiforni.a. and; Oregon have-. already' jiroved-thestufl' of wjiiclitheir populations I 'are niadc. ' Headstrong and Radical at thoi oulseVlike the' populations of allnewrthdj .'adventurous. Commonweal thsi' they wero the i JGrstto resent despise, and, rebelagainst tbet false Republicanism which became tyranny. and ate now Working with all their mih'ti to put down its leaders, and its power. Pop-j ular sentiment 'tlrua revolutionizeil gatlfcrs . (Strength tnucli communities as! it Hows. Jt.is satisfied with nothing less thanvlcto--rjf,and aivictory, in November, the! people of Cajifof nid and Oregon aro bound to. win. n Herej-at the East we listen to and. read nothing but good news Pennsylvania might, be .likened unto a 1 rat tie ground, jvere itliot that thc war cry is the same every wheretanll the cheers xearly all for "Seymonrarid Rlafrl'fr Tiie Radicals of the Keystorje-State are only less henurobed and discouraeci'than thcis of -New York and,New Jersey, who have given up, the glmst df a chanceUo overcome prjchecflhe fisih 'of tbfe 'Democratic hosts. Ther public peelings ara .so slimly attepded in the majority of insta"nces, that the'latest 8e:ikcrs are compelled to speak briefly, or talk to the empty air; whereas not a call has been made'foiaehidcratic gathering which did Jiot. elicit a response, according to tlif Bize of tiie place whence it was iwuetlfrohujretls of 'citizens. thousands of,- izjpnW'?W Iinvr. nnt vcUrJi6,l -Jn rihiMratim? her-1 self with sound political doctrines, ad- .tiiiniBieKii"i7 'ciuot;raiiu uami.iiiBuc.a tnliAin mts.i n m f I 1 nt ttnm nnil nhnai tW.t W,yyi-.t.wa-- jiIaivt VMtatesmaiv. Somo of the. JJudical journals, havo hndj tho nssurunco to rspoak of Grant as a' rul-fff. I'lf'i- .i U't '!."-'.'st ! statesman ; nnd claim that ho is a "mar vellous proper rn.in"' to guide tho civil councU&outhosnationandi propound a policy for, tbjv healing, of jthq country's troubles. The idea is preposterous be .i l Uf .'. . I i t.i t.x.i yond nnyttnngtiiat can be snlu ot nim Hii military training may, irr Uomo re spects, qualify him as an executive offi ceS; Lut;hBVis duirUnrdtellddt, utftrly ! without civil kppwiedgc.iand experience, and feeble in temper. It is safo, to .eay j thtout of ho adult jvhitqmalejpopula- tioff otttms(Cpuntry,f nine1tentns,otltncm nro equally ns well qualified for the Presidency ns tUYyhhiS.'Qi anU Tho IForW thus ridicules his preton- sions to statesmanship : Aiteriip'ta. to provfr Qrint a statesman, do lunt damage ly.theif imjilied. acknowledg ment that hCQUght to be what lie obviously is not, to justify .any citizen in . voting for hua)&x President, TJie.exeCUllva;Kead.df the first nation on the western continent and bno of the first nations in the world, ouglitdo.be & Btatcsman aven in ordinary limes. 11 anyuouy in x,ngianu hiiuuiu 'seriously ' ptoposo to- make -Gen. Napiej? Prijuijcr, lis voice would be qrowned in a. general snout, ol derision attnougn inerais ' a 'generous eagerness td load oetf. Napier ! wldinierited honors. Eogliahmeh differ t widely as to whether ilisraeli or Uladstone I; ! id thti fitter statesman for first minister, and' I if thVse'two were passed ovex,L0rd Stanley and even jut. Jingiit migut Docon- Btiifmt in tnat connection ; oiu' no sane BnglUlimaji .would, tolerate the idea of r putting; in that .important position a , man Without experience in the cifjlounspLjpf hii country. Qur'govern- mentas not interior in uigniiy, and re qtiircs not less- wiwlom to direct it, thah Uiat of Great Britain. Xl s preposterous tb think that any-wooden stick of a man ithftl can" be piclctl tip is fit for President oijlho United states, eyed in ordinary and settled IjpicA wheiLrutindreccdent 1 theSe' are not ordiiiarv liiues. Tiie i,i.r i. to'bonnavigatcd-ilirougli untried channels i in ronnli wealher, and nothintr conld bo niorcliManlofts than to put it inld tbe luridstoi ,-i, novice, wlio k-w no exiienence in eisun: walup. It would bo-as absurd to pIacdGWer-.il brant at the bead of tho ..i?' . :.. : ,. ' vvvttiiiiviit lit u vuiijuiitHttru OS lUti present, m lUwould laend. (governor Soy nioiir into llid nieldMo tornmanil irrea great armies, il we were about lo engage oilier war. in an- . A adatcpraan, iu a free counlrv. must Ita a leader of. public opinion, liut wlis.t bad Oerr.'fth'irit''dfbe'.' or what is he emsHn'nf .TU 4A.'.,l.t il;.l.t: .rif. uuiii, iu Aiiuum lira hiuiu; ujiiiuuu tl uij countrymen i .. bat ide& baa lie ever con tribllU-d -io Iho crtmmnn kfnek? AVb.t HiHUt iiaA lio ever thrown tfii anv ndblic tjuostion .' liiero tiai indeed beeu a good. deal oi nwcsission, or rattier speculation, in tho 'public prew respeifjUng' Gen, (J rant's ouiicaiopinians. ini wuaiwuoiaworiuy s. tbattiobotly bas (rrcrjlhougbtrof aiscus- tsing tiicui as.iopie Jormeriy discasscd tne views of Al r. Clay or Mr-'Caiboao, or more rectntlr.lhee of Mr. Ddnitlas or Mr: H- wartl. or plill more recehlly tbdse of Tbad- leus Stevens or President Johnson, lo deter firiiric whetber Ihyf wer true and wise.' The only discussion, aboftt (Jen. Grants views , i i . . I . . r .' i Hanierey reiaieu io wtiai utey are, sot. to wlietbef the aro correct". It is merely a qiiestiortipw far be accept the readymade opiniorni of obd of the- -other . party, not whether hi own' anginal ami self-formed vjews. are sound ; Tor .neither friend nor f3e has ever credited him with unborrowed ii carrvinir the public wind lor warden anygiTttt dlrectlbtf.'lie hW hot ...nni.l ,:..:i i. a :.i :,i. 'uvuv.il oiuirii.r tcuuuuu VJ uvkuv n.ui.j luoniptncss from whioh side he will bor? j row. If siir-lt j ulnar, tiamive recinient of . .. z . ' fJi tlieresulia OS other ttonltfa tninKing,i8a jStatfisniin, what name shall we bestow on i instead c sagacious and forecasting men, the lights anu guiucg,oi weir age, wno snaps toe views ofi their1 contemporaries ?( z jl r 1 v IVTXCH fcAWlTH CAUSE ANU ITS The Pras and Times 'reads a long homily on lynch law a thing which no well-ordered mind ipgroves. Moro per tinent to the-iniareai'df this people jxdv, than condemnation of admitted evils, is I Tonest inquiry into their causes and the , doViSibgW wisedbd prifdont1 means to prevent theni." What Jirodnees lynch law jBo'Xrequenyn Tennessee, that the publio jonrnals.are but daily bulletins of horrors? 'That' something m the ma chinerj Ql jo)rerpmont is utlerTy odt oC gear? eyjdont thpkMo.cicty wrenched r . mm . -rrf irom irsipropriety is' moniiesL' we are not in tKe .ridrpial cofidi'tion df commnni jigs i.oi civijized menaensiblo , men i -moniwho:kn'ow that snch a statoof things1 is" ruiridtis'-and destructive to' eVety intcr4 .est.,, xipw tne.n uoeq it como nooutf ana why is it not remedied? It is idle pat tbriiiio tell mentthatlt is wrong to takel thelaw into their hands, and dilate upon the disastrous consequences that will; certainly ensue. These acts are not done, in, wanton frolic. They are deliberated They are done knowingthem tobe wrong; ' that they are desperate remedies. Those who perpetrate them feel that, they lire driven to commit them. We do not' speak in justification of them, tj, any party or under any circumstances. Wtf . 1 . r 1 1 i . , i . i I revolt irom ineiaea tnat eooieiy couutiua .rid largo an cloment of enda as the re cprd ,o for,ays. upon afo in this btaje jWould show. We hold that a senseofi supposed or actual necessity impels the actors, and would. spok the cause, and as certain what has so upheaved the silldfifl the, social fabric. And Trotto not needTo go fat or J&earch deep. R is plam arid is read of all men. JasticCji said one of tho most profound statemon of, all time, is the pnly proper basis. of, and thft only propoc end of gov ernmcnts. " The government set over this people is" neither founded in justice, ,'nbr does it "administer iusiice; nor docs It ieek jdsjippqs a'n,pVjeL' Thisj tact is. so glaring and obvious tnat men have ceaBod' to look to the laws, fr they are, not just; th6y have ceased to .rely, upon the- officers, for they "aro partial and vindictive; they distrust 'cotirU. for t thoy hlvd seen Ihdm"!! como: .the sconos of farce, and,,;the ihstrnmenta of tyranny and. b'orrup tion ltoy have no confidence tnat tijo Unel Jbxocutivo will uso tho law as a protection to society, for tliey ImVoYead his public papers in winch ho olTers a premium for crime, and have seen, him empty the State prison of the! entonced criminals of tho law. In addi- tiontb nil tliis, they sod to makers of laws engaged in instigating tho bad passions t .1 . i- I n 1-.? a 1. . I 1 'Oi inab' mass, or iupiiiaiiunt 10 wihjso lg nQrance nnd brutishnesa, crimes 6f tho most? revolting cparjicter are most natural. In 'a word, a profound impression prd' Tails tliat tho very .fountain df jii'sticd is .corrupted, and that its stream is fed, with polluting BpringsV that thelaw no longer guarantees sccitrity to lifo and property' tur unua iu ino nrcvGniinn ni crime. WlionYgdvornmont is thus mal-adminia- twod is it strange that lawlessness Should I run, hot? that tho, vicious, in tho one iri- stancei.Bhould give rein to their Dronon ,1 ' ' ' ' 4 ;siticfl.wHcll thcro is no ot or hindrance. II nnd' ns h, sequdnco. that their" victims and tho communities abused by their; criiqcs, should adopt instant, effective Jmd terri bio raeasqrespf,pr.QV,cntion,,.nnd retaKa' tion? -If this vile'condition is much Jon gor permiltcdcan,' it "be womlercd if sopiery should go to pieces, andvigilinoe committees, and regulators should every,- wliere usurp tho seats of the rightly con b titu ted authorities ? Laws unjustly -1. -.3 - c ?t L . .uurjuging jucq ul uimr innerenfc xiguui , j laws unjustly taxing property ; and a gendralBcnBe, that justice between man ondmanos not possible in Tenijessee, is the causo of our social disorders. The truo remfcdy is pimple ; and con ' sists in the restoration of equal rights to whito men, tho repeal of obnoxious and 6pp'ro8siv(i,Iaw3, the purification of the t i i . , 1 i f it . r - juuiumry,.mo aDanuonmenc oi inu iubuuo attempt to mako what God has made in ferior the. equal of the superior ns a constituent of society, the inculcation id the letter and the spirit of tho laws, pf a. purpose, to deal juBtly and fairlyj and the" manifestation ;n the speoches and qfScial utterances of tho men in. authority, of a temper promotive- of harmony and conciliation. If this wero dohe, in sii months a salutary ohango would bo wrought and its offects feltiri overy com njunity in thb State. ' y . - , . THE 'FOKEIOS' RK VIEWS We havp rpceiyod frpm tno LeQnard , i. i if i . n . xt- v i- ocou a.uuiiHuiug vumpujr, tin i the mtth British Ekvicw tot Juno. Its are, 1. A Liheral Educati Schools, nnd Universities; 2. Mistral p tMnrid; 3. Saint Louis: 4. Creeds and fChqrchos; 5. Memoirs' olfBaronBunacri'; C. Tho Groek Idyllio PpoU j, On Sleep ; S. The Historv of Writing Tho eighti subject hero embraced constitute a most rqadahle. number. Tho article on Sajnt Louis is a faithful portraiture of a-man; the whole 6f whoso evontful'lifo 'War de voted to what ho believed, to be tbtj cause0 of right. His repression pC thft-rebol-lions spirit Pf the great feudatories; ibis relations with England id eon pectum , with tlip iungliali possessions last creat Crustidos jrroclarrned in Europe for the dofenatx 'or l2aicatine, his legis latiVa anfl' other rf6rhif' in ih"iy internril covernment of Pran'3e',''atid his character b i - - i, ',', ..i. . - aa n a r nil rnAdo. Tliinrv -u ri r. tr filled -considerable chapter .ia the hiai tory 6f tha -world, and' yet form, in the light oi the great cuangea toat have in- tervened, niauer ior ueep uiuuy uma- thoueht. ' From tho flame' phblishera we hate thh P,l?l.-M. i-nr.TnlirlTlinnrninV iHUUINtU h4VM Y-- T (-J T T, OI paper, on Salem Witchcraft' i of -peoial interest here, and casta-V lurid ' glo of fresh, horror upon, tljat sceno ,of aolusion and cruelty. The. Apocryphal Jliblo m the 8nbject of carious criticiam. Tho modern Russian drama is interesting, aa ia4ho account of Prince Henry, the navi gator: ewuormany and tho Aauon-i Church give us tho aspect or tho great question on tho continent, anu ot ino,, struggle for disestablishment in KnglahaV EaeiQe aud Boiler. TTOR SALE. A VIRST-RATH ENGINE A3TD P lloiler ia rood torder. Can ba leen-ilosd prico 1 Rimed, by caUIax at this o&aa. " ''' xm ia LATEST- TEIiEG-BAMS f ai m t & r f 'MIDNIGlft niSPATCEES: 9! St k a s y WASHIN aTOXDISPATCHES. Gen. nw lings Convnlesclne; Rnmors In Kcrerence to Mexico, etc JV-AsnjKfSTOS, August 19. Genf 'wl ings, who had a severe attack of hemmor- sumcientiy o De one, and was at nead qnarfera for, ahort time ithia. jnoraing" The 'appointment bf Sapervisdrs" la44 still pending, none having .been, made.j .Com" .missioner . JRolJina intends aetulingK-eper nominations for the .remaining, 4isUicts shortly q- Among tlu) visitors at tie White House this A. ar. were Generals Hancock and Roa scau ; bqthihad interview with the Presi dent, : . .' Washikoton. Aug. 18 The rumors tnat our government contemplates a pr64 tcututate i&cjktuu, ate ituuuuut;t:tt au responsible quarters to be without fourids-, tion. The policy heretofore, paraded to-; wards thatlrepubliewilt bo continued.' The' work of rembyingtha office, of , ac,iculural: department to the new building in South, .Washington is progteftaine; qdite -rapidly .lufc, library anqaanpraiorynftveia.trea ay beeir removedVia'nd'br next week the Com-i missloncran.d'moistjof the; o'tEcet 6f the; ueparimwinvi .itare yecum?,, tocaieti .in "new. quarters. Chief" Justice Chase, lias returned toi YaShipgrom d?akersburg. , ...The Washington fira department. haa .been reorganiiedbyilhe jFire Commission-' JC4B,UbUUU9l uun. ,HUUJUU Ut'.tfUttCS, AUDI riegroeairho-wdrB emplored otf .the-xomiogj .t--. -f. , ..... . in oi ine-present cnyauminisirauoanaving; seen uiamisseu. i Afliilrs Ita linnsttsv etc. St. Lout3( Aug. 19.-The latest advices from Kansas are that the Indians have left Solomon Valley, and that quiet is restored. Most of the settlera who were driven away were retnrnidg to their homes: Adjutant General Menafee reports that eighfperso'ns were burled, three missing and five wound ei 'This la probably less than half the casualties, for at least tWeaty'jieraong have been killed. General Gnlleyre'pdrts' tliat two daughters of Aaron Bell 'were, re covered from the Indians. About, two hundred settlers are. left destitute, having been stripped "of provisions; clothing, bed ding, and everything, else the Indians could carry away or destroy Appeals have been made to the citizens, of Leavenworth and other places', to aid ' the Bufierera. - An Omaha.diapatchrsayathe Chief Quar termaster of the Department of the Plat'e, has received orders for the Immediate con struction of an extensive military barrack's upon the government reservation, three .miles north, of the-city , , I he Union Paciuc railroad is how com pleted to Within ninety miles of Green rnver. It is reported that considerable-dif ficulty dxisls at Gaden "River City between the settlers and the agents, of the Union Pacific railroad, the 'former claiming tiie right to land 'by occupancy. the .Republicans of tbe eighth district of this State., in convention -ivesterdavr. nominated John F. Benjamin for re-election .J . . 1 1 .t to uongress, uy acclamation. I ri 1 i i i' linn, ttcorg-o If. l'cinlleton, in Boston. BosVon, AUgdH 1!?. Hon, George 'H. Pendleton arrived in town yesterday ami late in . the evening tlio Constitutional Democratic Club gayo him ja: serenade at the Parker Hpuse. lie returned thanks ip a few remarks, during which ho -said tnat 'he was od bis. way to Maino to takd part In the political campaign in that plate. There was a large assemblage, present. NK1V YORK UIS1VATCIIES.' . Yacht Race lit New Itetl for il From Port-fu-Irlitcf Olllcor AKnuItcil Uy RAWdosrolc. . New York, 'August 19. The ocean sweepstakes of the yacht- race at New, Juedtord, lor S-1UU0, was sailetl but owing' to Mie? c6nditbn that tho'raco should be made in fiveltours) it was declared off. The Palmer came homo first,, hut not until long after the prescribed time. The course was" fifty miles long ahfl sailed 'With the nfecessar tacking. They- will" probably disband to-day. , Advices, from Port-au-Princa stale that the planters Of (he republic have been com pelled ;d sell their coffee to President SM nave's age,n.M at the, very cheapest rateS , The excesses committed (n peaceable inhabitants are most outrageous. The character' b Salnave seems to spdrn the proteiis) .of foreign Consuls who demand satisfaction for injuries donq tq subjects cf their respective governments. He is, how ever;' contemplating' abdication arid flight toTnrk'ti Island.- 'The capture of the Syl vania; with Salnaye's baggage and family aboard, is; confirmed.) The. revolution seems to be triumphant . i Jarly yesterday -morning Omcer Untten- j den was assaulted by a-gang, of rowdies at the corner bf Prince and "Mercer streets, anq on h.bemg, reiporced a, sharp light ensu.ed The-. policemen , drpyp pffjtheir opponents, wno were leu py tnree memoers of the Allen family into the St. . Bernard Ifnnap. where thev oden'ed uDon the. officers. getween Ihirty and forty shots, were fired, itwcen the parties, but no one was.known to have been seriousl? injured.' Wesley Allen and William ScotL twp oflhe assail- l -it-.' if oi . i? f. ' anis, were carrieu ou io ine siuounouga and released on hail during the day. Allen took a solemn oath before leaving the court that he would kill Crittenden. The. Supreme Court yesterday Issued attachments against all the members of tiie Board of CouncHmen, requiring the Sheriff, to arrest them and bring (hem before the court, this morning, for contempt in not obeying: the mandamus' directing that, Ivens, Jerky, pbfjen, Lamb . arid Henj ricn oeaumuiqaio scats as, memueni ot liio -r, ' ' ioaru. ... orffcer tilbbcil'iiy' RookIiM. PintADiEi.rntA.-Angnst 19. This eve ning a partyof roughs assaultedTa German pn the Walnut street wharf. Art officer went to his-asuBtabce and was immedlalelr unmercifblly beaten and stabbed 'In the' stomach and had his nose bitten BflT. An other officer'came'Jjparid drew a revoler' Oil the rouglia f they attempted fo take' ft iruui uiui, auu in uuiug su wrcucueu iiic barrel off the slock. ' Tfid party then es-'' . t T i . i i. . 'mi 'ii cipeu. no arrests were maue.. inn oif flceritabljed will probably die . ' M'l'tecIInncous, venine OfTipAra fhr flip rYaiimi. tflr'rri. ilAcoK. Ga.i Ait2ut lO.-rTlto first bale of new cotton .was, receiycfi lo-day. f outLahd. Me- -AoMiat 19. Throdgb Iheelbbrfa -of Gov. L-amWrJain $127,000 of the rediainine unsettled claims of the State against the general government have been allowed hnd paiiL Thtoo claims wero rejected ati the previous settlement hut on 'I re-eraimntuion nave been allowed. Bttn. J. Scanlait; - - W .a l ' yii tlVr:a& 1 n"t Vtr.r.T, . . ...'. , ' marzinsr'. -, , ii I Cr fEI-P'IEXrD ' '-l. -t " fi tt-i -m rr t nr j joit..' rilWl.-l.XiU OXJiVXll1 JXXt X mitM FALL TERM DP THIS INSTITUTION -s-'wil WilIteirrMenday.N'rlniler7ltinthe IEiW BtriisDINGr.,; H A'large addition; to the building new uAed-wllL I bocuitiDletedibrthe oncnincof the seaUroi J A. l'bisophieat Apparatus ana Geological Cabinet. J I uare ocen iocuxcii. i . : ., - . - . rRoy. xuostAH n. baiixt. ii We have associated with ns this aeoomplished cenueman. wnwe erneneneo in leaenrM -ex- ': tends over a space of sixteen years, and who ' brings the highest tMtimonials, from gentlemen of established reputation, as to nu ability and snocesin bis profc-sion- Wo conSdently p- imu in ino nuiem iu iMjKeuciii u ticiuiev i ri .fdm In -establishing', on a sure bails, this ildmB : erpris&nering.asit doea, adrantagia cqaal to any in tne lano.. KKV- R. 0. TRIMBLE, angH2w MRS. UENRI WEBER , IIoffalo, August 19. The Grand En- I TAMBS A. n.mntvianl nf ff. Tn,T A tinnitafi I (XrHltr rtt I J nOUOCe tO hill !rt t.i-r?..li. r t.j..i' JTriTKrU,-- "VxH general public. ""V u "c v a.i- I cnijipTcw; Swi convened lias eveninz anu eiecteu uranu i Krausnaar: 11 SPECIAL NOTICES. j For Mayor. Ta obedlenea to nnScrdnj. urgent and com- piimentarWolicJtatioas, X announce myself as a Candidas for' thffiee ft Mayor. Tha elec tion wUltako place the fast Saturday in Sep tembcr, 1SC3. Tte oDea is one of honor and profit. yto tTTtt rcfPsibiyty. ami of vital importance .top tie welfaro w 0ny citv great interest to the tax-payer and poor of tho nonnce myself as a candidate. fdllymaersttioa'as to tay,TiWs! ete.inrercr enco to the goverament of the city, for tho best anirrisMt policy to bo porsneifot all concerned. To this end I propose to address you upon thn .qasti,oas. connectod, with 'the city trnvennneat at least odco in each ward, between this and the bear mo on tho Pnohc Saoare-at the unner end of the MarkotSocie. Xhurldav. Auirast 70th. "ISesi ah6nt S o'clock r.W.i' on' Broad irroet. at tho comer of Market, about 3 o'clock1 p. ir.. Jaiarday ngast, 2211, 1363. Subsequent ap pointments will bo made. All candidates are rennejll tn attiml llhia l will be'dWiaed ifTWtulrbd. MgW If: . !.,MiM,..JSItIS!jrr Sk. . "IT J.r , ELEGANT DRESS SUITS. STtnR STREET StTIOTS. pfibwir liNEir iS.triTS. I'J tpTJTHSl3tTSINESS SUITS, JiOyS' SCECQOL SUITS, CHILDREN! SUITS, BISMARCK PERFECT EITTING SHIRTS CHOICE TRAVELING SUITS, SOLE LEATHER TRUNKS. , HOTTIlJfG-TONr No, 3 North' Cherry Street. .fnlyi'i.tf . . u i ) , -i ,i Eatehelor'a JJnlr ye. Thi splondid ltair Dye is tho, b'est'in the world, Tho only irue and piteel thit harmless, reliable, instan taneous. N disappoinunent. Ho ridiculous tints.. Natural black, or brown., Remedies the ifofCects of had 'jitt'. Invigorates the hair, learlnirU soft anil beautifnl. Tbe ge'cnlno ii siened William. A. Jtatchtfor- AH others are mere, imitations, and should bo avoided, Sold by all Druggists and Perfumers. Factory 81 Bar day stro'er. New York. tapriS'ly. .Eit'rly nnil 'Ilnppjr Murrlnsrc The "True Principle which iraido- to- ILtPPY MAR RrAQK. and domestic:, felicity. Kssays for .Yoqng Men, sent in scaled letter, envelopes, free of charge AdJross 1I0?ARD ASSOCIATION, Rot'P.. fKlladolrihia; Pa. may3n? ...Thd! Quiokest and Cheapest. THE vre'oiNTA AN I) TEXXF.SSI& LINE ' IS BRINGING AND CARRYING FREI0HT8 1 from and to New York, and other eastern cities in ' , I. r From Nix in Nino Inyj 'in and at rates at least Ttvinty-flvo pef cent. Jower than any other line,,' ; r ., ThU lino is now thorbuKhlr on-aimed, nnd snippers may rly upon, navinin Riarcbaiiaue nutthi utthrough in tho shortest possible time, an in sbod condition." ' 1 it J-F.O'SIUUailNKSaYA ..AgonUf Offict: No. W-South Market H njjriy Stneod rjiltSSUIlSCRIBTERS IIAVlJ A(f AIN TA k EN A chargebf thislongcstabllshecl HOTEfi.'na ranbv-tod the houso throushout, and 'the eharJ gosiwiUhoa? moderate as the tixaes will iwlinii Board and room by tho xnonth.... tS) tfi SCO Board and room by tho ok..u:.-t....u-$U 00 Board and. room by tho day--.,.. 3 00 Snpper,lddgmsandbreakfast-..-....i.J..v. S 50 bingie moats.-.-... Day board Uy tho week- 75 or the week b W Dinner boarit hy the woek-i- -if S SO - Wepiedgo ourselves that ;outabt shall' be tU.I Ami the best the city and eon: supplied witn tne best the city and country af fords.' Ourservants arepolltoand attentive, and mwi v.i du i.uui u .iiiu nuuiDii,iiv. unit we guarantee satisfaction' to all who may pleio to call bh ns:' The, 0nibM9 Jeiyo thajbotel regularly for nil tuo ratiruau uoputa unit cnnuections. au JLeban on stages also leave from-liore daily- . , sam:i k- hare & co - Nashville; Tenn.. April 23th:'lS63.' tf ' ' n .! , i General Commission , Merchant,. OFf'ICK, 111 BROADWAY,; WjEW YORK, ..' CJBEAJSEST .. Barginjf pf iW Season. TN ORDER TO GROSE OUT AND MARK JL room far numatnmotn fall and winter 'Ocr MORRIS POWERS : is how soiling; Ills' stock of Clotllthf; and' Gentlo , men's Furnishing: .Uood1, - ! At aiitl IJelow CohU ' Now is the tlmo for1 bar?aiB tn this lino'of bnsinets, ..call at- no. 7 jKoriii tincrry Southern Music Store, .'-'WlIOLHdAIiK AND RETAIL, I NO. 33 UNION STttEETj McCEURE'TVISIIES TO AN- Tennesseo friends aad the that his stock ofl'lnno Is now nway, Knabe, Utmlmrot Weber, mats firos. and A- IX. (laJa Jc Co. are fully renresenUd in bis stock, and are soil! at New York priced, thereby sarins freight aileharge4 thd purchaser. He i also. Hoi Agent for tbe eelebrateb llliri dfjtt Orgitn, regarded by tbe nrifeiion to be the belt reed instrument nd lyalle. nosiest irof lbs latolmi.i'ovcrfierili iti st'itpe,'fisViniiri mnDicV'.Clste" nnd Vuc Ilwatrin, .U&t ,ata perfecttoas of mechanical geanu. lib arch s. Habbath Schools, lodges and decffriirle Aril fnrrllthcj at very low rataf. Oircnlars and prica -liM4wil(be forwarded in application. . In Sheet fllnle(far miny. years a-we- in,tbof!oath, and wll baalwr Jpppliei with the NEUESTand BEST Drnduetions of hnmn landforaigri c-imppre . Th Tlollna. Onlts i. rinti-ti. Itnlinii nnd nlli4r Ntrlatra.'fbr all Insffumerils. to gether, With it fiao collection of small .Mnsieal uoods. be denes com petition. P. H. Pianos, Organs knd other insttntaenU tuned and repMrct by UnUelm wrtrRWen. Mr. D.S. Cntle is now with this him, and will b glad to tt his friends. : , A or. Atari Qoa vrfeftSMtTxa'a Ors-ier. II. fi. A. I WANTED FOR TIIE at i . jLi, ' - EaiUBIi for the Cavalry Sc'rv Ice ! TARTLES OWNINQ AND DKSIRJNp TO-J tbent frir (n .Mtiiin iarthe nnderttirriBil ' Aih Ranaeks, NashvUloyXtuia, Imrnedutelr. , ii arses will be parehased singly f r in jots of two Or more, as they' may bo proeenled, lad a liberal rrieenald, By order otRirt-Mai- Qtn. Thomas fiwbrdx, A.U- M.Uen.L'.S-AnnyC.Q M.l4epartment J. P. rrr.Rnnn.mj aae'i Cteod IstLt- 45th Inf. and A A.O.M. NEW ADVERT fSESIENTS ffha Hcrhants' l?tqtectIvQjjnIoH Mercantile RefereVoe Regfster rplIK MERCHANTS' PROTBCTIVK UNION. . . T , . . ' a uuu finicn itattv, enablinc its subscribera t nttain riiHv J safety in tho granting ef- credite, and the re covery of claims at all points, have to anseM that they will, in September. 1863, publish in ono larse quarto volume : The Merchants' Protective Union Mercantile Refertftcd 'Register, eontainins'. ateenj ethor tblngs. tho names, natnro of bnsinear. amount of capita),, fmaneial stawiinp, and raUsuras to credit, or ovet 400.0iXnr tho principal ffir chants, traders, bankers, manfactare, and pnbiio companies, in more man w.uuu of we cities, towns, villages and settlements thrasch- out tno united Mates, tnoir temtones ami tbe British Provinces of North America ; and e bracinc the most important information attain able and necessary to enable the merehant to ascertain at a glanea the capital, character and degree ot credit of sneh of his custonerAas are flecn ist worthy1 of anyirraJutioaef credit, oesa lF13.n.,; ll a newspaper directory, eontninls tion. with loll partlcmaw'relaHvo to eaeh jwr nal. being a complete gnido to tho press of every county in tho Umteil btates. . .Jf Pi0rU ia.frmation will bo eonfined to thoso deemed worthy 0f soma line of credit; cable.npon the written sUtementa of the par- h,TtenhiIud,aDd wrreetedbyw'ell known wd reliable legal correupomlenbi. whole character Will prdro; a sdarantceeTtbo correct ness ot the iniormation furnisheil by them it ii believed that tho report will prove moro truth ful and complete, and, therefore, superior to and of much greater vatuo, than any previously issned. By aid of tho Mercantile Reference Register business men will be enabled to aseertain at atglanssv theTltalnd. gradation of eredttt as compared with financial worth, of nearly every merchant, manufacturer, trader and banker within the above- atrftxl tf ritorisl limits. On or about the first ot each month, subscri bers will also receive the Monthly Chronicle containing among other things, a record of such important changes in the name and condition of firms, throughout tho country, as may occur subsequent to tha publication 6f each half yearly volume of tho Mercantile Reference Register r Price of tho Merchants' Union Mercantile Reference Register, fifty dollars, ($50.) for which it will bo forwarded to any addreee la the United State, transportation paid. Holders of five 810 shares of tho capital stock, in addition to participating in tho proftfe, will receive ono copy of tho Mcwantile Reference Register freot of charge: holders often shares will bo entitled tq two copies j and no more, than ten shares of the capital stock will be, allotted, to anyone applicant. All remittance, orders, or communicatee ot relative to tho booksliould bo addressed to the Merchants' Protefttivo. Union, in the American, Krehango Bank Unlldtriv, No. 1JS Broadway. iBox 250(5.) Now York. ' angiOtf AGENTS ItfAXTEI): 'AIQlf LIVES OR SEYMOi'lR AND 1AM Blair, and Uraht and Cnlfir. IlanHfll colored ' ChhrtV. Btecl Portralbr. Badges. Kve rything for the times. Evorr voter, wants thorn. (100DSPEE1) 4 CO.. auglS lm Memphis or New York. CUBBING CAPS. SILLS fpYNBSJfcMcMANUS ARE PREPARKD TO do the abovoctfarsctef of rrork at tbe matt reasonable rates. Orders can be left at Knight BrosChnrch'Street. NbTi:- ?ri&gl9 Ur -r-"" r-J ' - - . .- 'ti jeoiutEST , rrilEMODHRN BUnB RBaiDfiNCRTHB a rqpsrty. of JUiko I'owers. situated, ii finest part of the city. No. 6 Summer air' A iituttiii j: nit ,f uij ui il OilUrillCU Toagoo4 tencnt; Injuirpf ( . . augl!) lw .Cat ilarketandSfiuar,. NakjtU.. a. c n"witrtfc,' W- n! waronT, n. v. sixons. IfnntirigdorfTerra. Late ef Tens. Leufevilhi. McNeill, Vright Sc Sanders? ' ijoXTO.V EACTOjflS , . ' ' ' mi Nfv 115 Main stn between Thirdnml JWth, IiOitivillC, ICj-.' I.llx'rnl .ilvnnoi-H ilnVli", on '('oiiilsu ii . ! IIIMlfVl, ... Rofer to .Tos. IV. Allen hecless, Hugh McCriw Sc Co. afl9 if IN JtANKIlIITOY. Mitltllo IllNtrlct of Tcmiiie. IW;. UWilfKatlJNp .IIKRKBl OI.WH8. L notice f bffl nppoItmiit as AsiM in bankra)tcy.of'SniroCJ. Kueker.iDr.Jow W. Patterson and M. R. Lilian!, of Rutherford P'Unj Tew(iee,,who Iwvs)- been deaiare! bTS:Sta 3,"rf-. ' . " t btARDiL,'JORDAN,--Aiwign'e. 41ann.wcpp.y- ,- n , . augW Lmt . Revenu' Collector's Office, Soulh End of Mitrkolliotige: NASHVILLE. TENN.. Ang. IS. 1S. NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN TO ALL ,,,?,r5.0D! ow'nT t'orporation taxes for tbe year 1808, that the sauo are now due and pay ablo nn or beforo tho 1st of September, after wjueh tlalei n.'hen'altr.ptt BveiDen cenM wl .H,. addoif if W -.luoflnft due fhoUorpdratien. Citi- zens in arroars.fo5 ta.tM rer guested to call immediately nrtdHtJWst'saeii ifrearagec. IS ogl tf -j- i Cit ..M-S'AHBiPAX tyitevenue vmi leetor. The Udacation-of!Yonng Ladies- i a l i , ' ' i i I T. . . ... - - H 11 a , i. i-f ) tt 1 . n's".iR 1.1. l.fseiHoic ,-il i". J-..! lit IxiHtitlafOji HxpenKes per torm, in atlvanee SIM Mtuie lessons on tael.'iaco ami (luitar. renh ing ana, Vaulting, extra. Addrei snglStf ... -ankltii Collet". Tenn.- fl'IIK UNDEItSIONED HAS THIS DAY -1. i sold eut and conveyed to BKADEOKD NICHOL PFnrniture, Upholstaring Materialg Ana ocrm stro'xyosTaantI'6, rtertti ueiiege" ttrtta itnl whllfft.retlimlDlr'vrmtAriil. MnAl. jedgmenta, to, all former iairon weuIJ.,uio, .'cheerfblty reeeiametid Itfa.sttMeaHr. aug-.lSfiH. ' JI.'F. monoH TTAVINO THIS DAY l'URCIIAUKD 0? B. 1 X Y- U mentof llam rrSrrM loVffVVt MUIy, to nuiuiug; aHjiaing m my ime. tail anu examinB'mV St(fclirfnr nttrhllln lrnHV A teucaber the old stood. i aad' a&,NrUi.Clr , J ego street, t gtszw RKADFrjKD NTCIIOL. ' X O Tl M'-A-INT 4MajonieTrfldllniltUBg . , IS- A ti 111 V 1 1. 1. Ki K'ti KEEj T EALER IN TIIE W58T PIANOS OF TUX XJ conntry, amoBg birh ar tb 'Iileker- IIJC A. Soiim, proBotMK-eil by tbe J odM at tbe Itrl I'xix.nltinil. in 7. to be lha kt iano in the world . ih Mfck ABd ilrnil- which for it price, defiex i-ompetittosi ow ae tolintof itudttraDiIiiy and' ability, to iatl i tune under tnoaaruest use, et0., ., , Agent for tha aalo of the new ARl. Kur WR- eriui rnyior ami rorieirrxnijTOi-u l tloself resemMeslrts Wp Organ- ahnMtttoo tnrci.v wo um -crttit t tuol.aiiras isr. th., .'nltlaet and Anif rlcnu IIi-ithm. JZn.17i ' favorably fcnh throuthuot UM mtatrfami Th greatest variety cf.SttaSnlljHatM. menu anaaiuwai aierebaiuiise getUK-fty. My flock or She-et Mosic- embraeW taeoWtoT Foreign and American publication. c . Dealers, supplied , at Eoatern prifes. frelaht 4dde.I. A liberal dUfiountto TeaeherYchlreSi 4nd Lodges. Bend ferdeilrtiMivreireuJars. , Musical Instruments tuned and repairexl by itomprtnt workmen and sattrfaetton Kiuuratalfi 1ecU. KJMKWAy5 Music Eaiporiam, SI ChorelflStrwtj , , jtngp lm y ' " "mskkuit notice,41 TIIE UNDERSIGNED1 DERlr?" tirvk? ' notice of bU anpojutincnt ai, assignee of. the estate of L. IT. Carney, p,f Mtirfreesbore. ft? the county of Rutherford, who was on the lNh in Jnlr. 13tW, adjudged bankrupt noon hlj own ijetition. J VV. CULLDRKSaJr, augll 4w AwJee. IJIV.K MILES IROM NASIVJLLB,,TltMf. : Thp.next term of flve'montfls or.twejly' weel-j will open 6rt Tu$dar: Beut. lt. fS re.