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a- KIlVOKttlltS A IlrUIiiuit (JatlirrliiK or the V1ho Mm or Iho Xa!lon-filnMnu u, Author nml Tcnr.licrs Coinrrejrntc for llio Im morlnlCnnseof Eilncntton Speeches liv Ir. CliiKllianrnp. Prof. JlfUnfffr, niil Fool p. GcnprnI Mnwnril nnn Miprnl Ilownrii iUii f. fi I Oilier. FXTIRK PIKM EKIMKOfe Or MBETIKO. KUX)XI !' day's The brilliant gathering of the we and practical men of trie naltort at the capital of TenrManfpn,lbat fihould; not fvM (jk jTniitJrnd fmremem-j-hered? A larger gaOiering than any day previous was plainly" perceptible; sA gret niimher of the member arrived by yes terday's lraiqa,.,The presence, of quite a nnmlier of ladies throughout tho three nevpr.il eitfoni was exceedingly krallfying. Our minute are extensive, therefore we will make no further preface; NflnsixanpOK... , . . PfIIentttirljJii4lfcn to order at 9 A. m. lie delivered a abort addretw, and was followed by music from the colored cbdir ol the Pisk school. Pastor of ibsenuent excellent paner : DR. J. DKItniEN iiTHpsr.EXV8 rAPEiu Every nation which baa made a mark in its own career and destiny, and which has enabled it to transmit the impreas'of itself clear and incfiacoabtc to dUtant countries and to remote age. To the Jewish nation wan committed tho idea of the arte free God, maker of Heaven and earth. The history of tliat most remarkable of all na tions clusters entirely around this truth. And from the little district of country In termediate to the three o!iLcontinem, that vitalizing truth luvs apread until it has con qucrBiln Europe, a great part of X.hr a large part of Africa nnd all lho American hemisphere. The Greek nation, multifa rious in government, was a unit in art and letter. Ahdffronl , flyjij ,vpmffiitfhi peninsular and circumjacent isles tfiere went forth continuously, for centuries,, amongat the neighboring barbarians, nn in iluence civilizing and refining, subduing and e3caUifig,iwlfwlft'o-flay iis fcllnvery libre of society throughout the vast ex tent of C'lirietendaoi and Islamism. Pome and dominion have Tor ages been, fjyno nymes. The idi of law was Rome's, crown ing glory, and gave it the sceptre of the world under the two mwl dissimilar form?, military and ecclesiastic. And to-day all civilized governments from America east-, ward td Huwa.taro butmoilifi.aulionofth'oq Roman. Our German forefathers had neither religion, nor art, nor law to transmit as a precious inheritance. Hut their central idea was one without which all the rest aro a vain show and a deceitrr that of individual liberty. And the his tory of nur rjvorld fyr more ihao three, thousand ycara'has been the history of tile strife anil triumphs caused by this fourth essential clement of modern civilization and progress. America, this young giant in whose early history we take a part, and whose wonder ful future given mope for funcj's wildest imaginings, is to lit iif rvmot(age9,And among distant people, not because of its enortnotA ,jliyieal iroportioiw and vast material Kwer, but because of ila contri butions U tlmaALgrent central ideas upon which will lie baaed and erected the civili zation, prosperity and happinei of the hundredth and mieceedini? generations a in 01 Aa ( fourfe tual Hlrength which we have received from Jews, Greeks, Romans and Germans, the idea which secma to be our own, whicli broadly disliuguiehcri us now from other, nntidn,' JtlfTiili it already exertiuga'.markbd n.ihiencc iiM)ii distant and contemporary peoples, is that of opening tculc the door of l.nowiedgr to every' htman being. AAiuauM, from the data cocy4l Villi ouY conception as a people aid clearly enunci ated upon our birth as a nation that (be Amuricau citizen has' no Superior as n ruler, being a 'freeman with no monarch belw.eeq.hltn and his Maker; and also, that every mau must eolect his own way to lfcaven Unaided by any church establish ment it followed logically that, evpry one mtist7R& MMo-a wlrti thd TtieartS ofTaa-- ccrtaining his duty to God .and raaD, This idea we find dimly, hiatedt and faintly acted upon in the obscure and feeble cmbryotic pengd of the . nation : more clearly and earnoBtly maintained at the period of, birth ; emphatically insisted upon nnu.uqvpiopcu in cjiriy anu vigorous youin ; and constantly growing in ita inlluqncq upon the Siatcs, uovvnd old,' unlil now it is adjajUedfiyeryheo ami by' all, that rlilumjir me wiasci,ioyi some means or in soiiio way, itt he accomplithed. The wars and the means furnish endless themes for uVscojpiion. The end is; uniYerafcllyy conceiicuv ivTiowieuge iicaven ueacenucil knowledge, whicli alouc exalts man. above the brute beast ; the birthright of every livingfloul is'tho grahd central Idea of our young American civilization. Tfifs iathe fertile, broad'reachlhg and penetrating idea which has" wlthlntheiirief period Of accntury given lid retibwtf and glory' among the great family of Chriatiari nutlon; And wliich durinc thecOminK'thotreand years or mdrc. is to achieve a-iOng the" myriad milions of our favored descendants triumphs of peace no less remarkablo tind no Jcsa be heflccnt thah those resulting irom the re ligion of Jndea; the oris, letters and phi losophy of 3recce; the law Of Rome; he liberty of Germany; and all the more re markable, andialUth&aaaoMibenallceut, be cause Bumming up this religion, art, law, liberty, an 4 conrtylng (hem. to other re mote nations yet in darkness and 'bar barism. . , . Gentlemen and ladies brUie American Association, for the aohievment of etlaca tion, pcrnlit me to w'oleome jrou t0 tlila Iw.siitiful citr and to litis matrnificcnt Gun- mouwealth -through the eloqUent tongue of one df Tonneasee's lUMt, honored sons himself a splendid -liwlanoc of the most' briuianv career cwr, qpweu, io cemuf, wltca klndleu. by KnowJeoge in i .Una our great republic. After Dr. Dindsley had finished, .Gov. Brown delivered the following add row qT 'WflniV M noble anU pure as his own, good licart : tA'rt'rfiSvft'y )vei1mi'aMkess, Mr. President and Ladiea and Gentle men In behalf of the Committee of JJe- cepi(di IliaVe te pleaiireto temftf a odK!wJroffc tO Ahfn dapitaltni: Inn you ionpmi in tiic great Tniion for which you have aiwembteil. so cause affecting lit latlrinlbijl moral wll-bcing of fociety, is more important than educa tion, lis value can not be over-estimated. and, wilLnerw be justly appreciated, afflft warrtor,perfoVmr hia' great jmt, Mat upon a theater where, all thftnrerlil rc higyptc tajQrfJ Indtreatjvt tij ticltuaatiotf fcfa crown of laurels. So of tho Htatesmau and orator. His wreath Of civic worth js atlif cree confertM upon him by h eratoful teople for some brilliant achievement uf feCting their hctwc of prejricty, hajipinw or sifety. But the teacher. truto hia ini- cioo, dtkM mure than either. - He form wntrior and statesmen. He give that hrxl iiupiiUii to the inuVd, whieb.Iike Home piewurt- iikiii the Iwrderaof ltike,-" sends 1U npple acroM ( urloce to it farthest shore. Rut hi vocation is circoreacrihod : hia displays Are unseen by tke world. TJitt hire of cletv, bny nod eager in thflt punnili JrvfiOO, tittoonHcuHis of, the vant reaulutwfiieh are aiming within the wtills of hi acailcifty , d it ruajr Utt be until the utream or pant aasocialions, fltating ovur the memory of those he has retrod up to usefulneM IhH Ufa fiths. p( gjejrjm Hat he in properly remembered and appreciated and .uuce uone mm. iiien 4 nave no hcallaUiiO'in'iJaciog (he judicious, OiitlA 'fur aim well trained teacher, in tiic front rank of society, and never meet one that I do not feel like paying bim reverence. But if this ia true of the leather, what shall we say of that training called educa tion. Of which ho is. the authored ? ex pounder, vnch opens the eyes of Til b iifiad, imparts, sew Tiewe and conception, and raises our' i)jeciefl from earth up to-ti pure Prayer by Itcv. Dr. liuntinir. First EHslijilerHn 'Chnrah. rf ! J)r". Wnney UiKi TM the" tUitUo inUire intiaiMtaut oj .our glohe linundlfram and nuneradded ia ta ra-uMeiarntH of uncial and intr lire- and-brighter witmospherfcvTlie vaJuojof .whatererlisgooa and beautiful PW.ed febellorclbly by" contrast akc lhe;n- tml.Wania nf Tn irrcater portion of Africa and compare theiawitfi tle populalionf Europe-or America, and without g6ibg in-f to any philosophical analysis as to differ ence "6f race, we are furnished at once tin. most overwhelming evidence of ftlic,vtdtietriedj3cajba.i T&e,Gif$ lilifcJidc irogresa; HQ, Bieapew ply they.rjrers: hiiM Jiri&g tlftStnjagn covcf tUl. no etalcly Lmbaaaies Beek or covet relation ehlp vjtli 'inef othbW)6nilica of the earth. Their voice amid the busy hive of man kind is Rilent They are without form, and void and darkness broods over their treat deep. WIUi the oOier. tUreJsWand thrlftand cntcrhrisc. wliethervbn iitid them In" the Highlands of Scotland or along the classic valleys of tnly, rat-oiit on llifi ocean, in the distant paths of exploration. They have been educated to know themselves. -ami their Creator-, and hirf'gTcatlawP, aftd me uounuiess jielus of enterprise spreau ouL before Uiem. .'Tell ufe Sf ihoJ feachefs who have toiled alone amid the vast stretch of-agea and have contributed to thid superior deration of our race, are notbene- ude I ioos phases winch formed the pioneer means of our advancement as a race, and our re- dcrrijUiotl from heathenism, darkness arid ignorance, is vot eminently entitled to the Uomart-cTdiiridolsfir.'M C 'xiieranKeor science M S8 illimitable as I the realm of nature herself. There is not a star that glitters in the Armament, nor a a leaf that butters in the 'forest, nor a drop of water that tremblca onjhe bough, nor a rnfjdrrfliom) Iljak'.ro&jNIi'a tfiseeti beauty in the bowels of tho earth, that is pot subject nib3 nature or portion in the; analysis of science. 1 Rot how" vastly 'imoortant jeducatiOri be1 comeswben ?rc iuifn W, view iUn.conpec tion Willi, a, government like ours, founded npoa tho will of the people and universal, stiffraeo. iDeApotisms' mav live as ,tuey liavp TiveJ'for .centuries.ander the force of. repression without popular enlightenment) But the bases' of republican. gOyernm.entls. virtuo and jintellicenct. Without these it is imiKwiblc to maintain that form in its purily as it'wonld lie in the natural world, to maintain heat and light without the . wipr-rthe, eartli would-1 .freeze; ml iU 1 inl?abItnnts, iJeKli Way ' from its surface and its vast elements cither retluced to ehaosand anarchj, or absorbed by some other1 "bodv of superior rQ$- tevft tJ comr predominant; ottr governraehtTviII go down the samo dreary path whicli other republics have trodden, on down,into the vortex, of -despptism. But I am mora hopes-1 ful of iw destiny, and do not desire to share in the forebodings of those who predict ila approaching lecay., It ia too young lo Hie; the bloom of youth ia still fresh on its cheeks; it had not yet completed one cen- lury, wuicn is uui a uay iu inc iiie ui a nation. Wait until, like Rome, it shall have Measured Beven ceilhfrfes until from.lts heights twenty aces shall look down and and behold its population swelled to three liunured millions, covering every valley and mountain elope.: the . sound, of the. fiajimer and tho music df'tpe tjpindte, keeping time with lliesturUy blows ol hus bandry. Wait until it becomes hoary with age, and then let it die and disappear like old ago in individual life. But to perpet uate such a system of povorment a vast re sponsibility rosWupon teachers and people upon legislators and statesmen upon marunUilgh placestaW low places upon all ranks, clashes, and conditions; until its Wilps cover the sea1, 'its' arts and sciences' .andi oiviliatiou permeate every land, and -its inspiration of constitutio.ial liberty icnetrale every government. But rfofbp.irf 1 dftlnot rise to make a mieeeli tmnn this ereat theme, but to bid lyou 'Qrconf and tl spresln lti70u the a4 'shrances ot our wish that your sojourn "among us may bo pleasant to younclves and your labors useiul here, anu in the lo calities from which yori earner' 41 Mr. Gregory replied in behalf of the 44-aahem. Thm'.acccpteddhe welcome, not- because there were men among them whose ltaincs were as familiar as hoSnbld words, whose Services wer coextensiY with the' renuhlic. but liocattSe thev1 reBresente'd lliis. cattsc the great cause of education. They accepted it, not in toft namem the teachers;' the University Professorf, the normal school Superintendents; hut in the name of sacred humanity. Applause.! Th6 Becrctary was, by motion, dinpowi eged to appoint any assistance he might Gen! ' 'Eaton "riafd herore'Wocfeeliihg to' :lnyfinther biuibcss ho would call-alien- Ucntosome idca?iliat ,weroicalled to his notice. A number of persons had said to l)Im that it would bffdeslrabhTfor.their as sociation to honor'Mrs-. Foikby 1'iying its rctpetfs to tho'wlddwol tlid late-Fresiilent Folk. . U!, : kvsotAxriyK$ ?)&VFxrr to mus. tolk. I The General pr'eebnfed Ihd following,: i Resol veil', "Thaf this Association, ih def rence to the national sentiment, always ishing to in'ulr'hondf F where Jirfndr is tic, do as a bod; call at the residence of Mrs. President Polk in "recognition of the eminent position to Which herniate i husband ind companion in life was called Jy tli'e free and intelligent choicc oflho American people, aa well as -out of respect to her. womanly qualities.whiclAvon for her in her national position tho regard of the nation and that or-Gov. FMteixjTMissut-ijippi,ex-Gov. Brown, ofTcnne8sep;?Chan dellor Lindalev. of tho Uaiversitr of Nash ville, andJudge Harrison, ot lho Supreme Court of Tennessee, be iconeslealtotact aa a dommittqe, and conduct and present; the xe dpecta of tho Association ioMraTPolk'at ncr ho'uBc whenever it .phall'bo coaveniedt. The resolution passedMianxmonsly. compliment on Gov. FooKta2f 8ad that (lis name was as siwxi iojicvcr.-Auieiiu educator as his gcntbjmanly and courteous demeanor was profound, brilliant and inexhaustible, and concluded by call- ing i)oo that gentleman , (or an addresa ho'came forward and spoke as follows : GDVErfKdu rovetfs kemarks. After .these comolimeoLirv remarks of me i'resiucni, uoy. wm "uo whmiu. and said in substance as louows: Mr. Prtsldentf IbUlea and GerilIemen: It ia supposed by some not . to bo in good lasio 10 express surprise at iuu uai'ieuiug ()f,anyor the ordinary, occurrences ot Hie, but you win excuse mo jor ucciaring tliis call upon me to address 'this select and foamed audience upon the subject of edu cation has been eo wholly unexpected, by me, and has been accompanied by euclj. kind ami laudatory nbticfl u my cliaract'er and former public libs as migi't well awaken tlie strottgert feelings ' of wiftrise and of rfratiturle Inthe coldest boa&m aha in the most disciplined and regulated tempera Par am I. Mr, Frcsident. from re- rfardiHg-miwlf as' I'tttitleil to sttclf'vnco miumspis youiigeniosily and hTgit-bred courtesy hnvo lavished upon me. tiurixwe paying tay personal rcspoctalo I vlfULHlL TUUk 4iA uitili Hcholarship. aou jot tue purposo ui ncu in? to theTcry wuresung peccuen wmuu Unvh. iiiHi Wn - Uehvertdnot al. ai i ex pecting Unit 1 shouId,'bedie:ini,b JtAst degree a participant, rlia ruiigMiay Sir. 1 resident, u: ai 1 1 is uui. niugcuBi , without tb slightest previous, notice, to call upon iuu I am iw llah?ri mr a foamed Professor of the schools; 1 hm neither POef d of, slWD VWP tor illuminating the" minus oi oinerK-i.pu.i j. .i.:k. rr mnwAt deliberations. and httvc not arauireil the trt a comrtU oicalimr valuable instruction fa he minfls of tboM whom- long practice in the-teacb-nr- rr nlnf. he rifiected to Wpnly. Yet na Idnotddire to ujanjfot,awylbiog. r . .!,ri-rihrwwnion. I niUH conseuf" offw a' fetr obwrratlous n6d Wir (p .h.T. . ...... ' ' . The siwaker thorr alluded -to the paptiif frm iKa hAifl nf rreat on."nn that he thought cultivated or eIucAUJd .rcAioa is ifcaWttclfcifieiy distiagaishcTvdia&l men from savages. In the broau arm ex Umded views which be took uponthj snb- ilL tlin timrl lin "IJimiflit. was aS lllUCU ooBcertied as the. head. Education which only trains, expands and invigorate ute inteHectnai nature Svilhout imiwrtlng cor respondini; improvement lo the' moral na ture is of verv little value indeed. Allison, Uic celebrated Kngllsli Wstorian, in ne of lactpr and .entitled to. lasUnn irraUl Tell ftc Jf Mucatidn! ilaff? in f ar themosinotcJjaptersofb4simmortal"W(k had, he though'tjunfortahafely urged upon hirfreadera in slanguage remarkable for its., elqquerica aad persuasiveness that the general effect of education unon mankind hki been each as to heighten the capacity for committing crime of every kind, and csjjecially those of a certain astounding character: sp-corampo , in, tfye present 'age. An0 whicli art! 6f a" n'aluVe' ietmibg to He tuand thtftXerriae'oPtfnVoni'niob' lntellec tual resources and ari amount of science not usually po3Bea3ed.,Aad he endeavored to support this discouraging theme not only byf reason but -by tbe elaborate dta. tion of recorded instances arising' in i Ihe1 most civilized countries which hej the speaker, never could read nrithont ahnddering or dismay, Edn- catc (he mind of man; cultivate at as hijhly as you. please, strengthen his reasoping powers; improve his imagina tiosn, Invigorate his memory, make him the moat profound mathematician that the wurld baa known: imbue him with all gedjjraphlcaL knowledge, bring hra.into 'familiar. Acfltiaintatica with chemistry. bolanyj mincral6gy, arid all olher Bcience krfown : leach him all the spoken and un- Bppkejajlanguagejs of jearth ; aGdile&veJhe- mfral facultiea in an uncultivated state ; neglect to plant the Yirtnesfbicbdo most dignify human exisfencein his immortal sohl, and you only aid in the formation of a tm)nltCT,.Jia:sbrt ,of mpdehr.cy'cl6ps,'poJ ISlfleg ' oafl devtid ilike of.lnelinaUon ana of P6trer' 'to d6 anghf that hi culated lo add to the true happi ness and uifmitv ot the human race, x have, to respect for any syglem pffeduca-' tipn, uowever osieniauousiy ik -may; 'extorted by others, whiph has tnp tendency tq purify and elevate the affections, enlarge aid regulate the nobler sympathies of our nature inspire a sacred regard for truth, fcjr iosiice, for benevolence forsindef ity, and rfdr'aU thai is taanlvandjnagnanimous. I ato, desirous Jdiat in, the formation of the yiuthful character by ouc practical educa tionalisL care shalLbo taken by them to Bee tliat the seed of vice, of prejudice, of low and grovelling selfishness are not sown at all in tbe rich.and prolific soil, with which they hare to deal : or, if bowp by other hands, that they shall be rooted out before the growing plant shall have borne its evil frpiia and haye diffused its evil juices into, the very earth, with which! i has be come incorporate. I wish that oar schools may inculcat6 lofe of country, genuine pbilanthrophy, concord, benevolence, .uni verjal brotherhood, the-love of freo inatitut dons, and the determination' 4o maintain them at all uazarus. iye are in ine uaoii of savinir that our noble coy ernment-itself subsists upon two pillars alone; one iswi tuhgeict and the other is rirrtt: it is our duly, and particularly the duty of our teachers. of youth to strengthen ;&nd solid ify both these -pillars of our national pros perity and happiness, to the fqll extent of ineir, puwer, f rum tut? uuiuu ui viiiub ihd intelligence flow all our social bless has. all our individual dignity, all our na tional felicity add 'honor. Unhappy is that country in which diflerent views are acted unori. i Unhappy andf degraded is that community in which different views pre vail. I believe that the Spartans were right in compelling all of both sexes aWong thetn W pssi Mirough& prcscrihed . course of education; though t strongly condemn that portion of their educating system, which, as we learn, inculcated the perpetuation of crime. Wherever-mind or jnofah capabilities are found, cxistiug.'.there it is the duty of the government to see tual.tne blessings ot educational' learning shall be supplied, Without regard !o Jineane; ,Tace or sect. Every particle of .mind which .belongs to a State or: nation should- be made available fpr the nation's welfare. The Governor then 153id a neat complf inept 4p the jntelleet. of woman, the no ble imtractors of the rising generation, and closed with the following TUrftPTE.-jrO MRS. PUESIDENX rOLK. That'it wonld.be a very great . pleasure for him. to perform the duty which had lieen nssisned him in visiting the hospit able mahsifch of the Venerated, Sirs. Presi dent Polk, and delivering to her the mes- 'R&ge-Whicli vouliave transmitted. Nothing Ha said. ouIrt.be more proper ana becom- ; ipg, InTnyjudgmeni, Mr. PresidenL than , t iat,the,members.of this learned and truly National Assoeia'jon should call upon this rjoble lady for the purpose of showing her that-profound respect Which i am sure all hjere feel for the amiable and accomplished relict of .one, of ou'r wisest, ablest, and most patrioUc Presidents. " j Sir: In-approaching. the honored abode qf this illustrious eraonage, where ahe, i! i r i. ! r r . .1 : 'i-. nils i?u-40ig jiesiucu ijuici. uiguitjri juu will Jiass in sight dfthe tomb of her august husband, and will doubtless pause for a moment to survey it. Twenty years ago, 1 was appointed to deliver the funeral ora tion: 'iri'horiorof Mr. Polk iri flle capital, of tfieTnatmnCWyi-do I (recollect, tliati occasiua. xuu wui uuvuiyuu uu uid ifrono' painful yet pleaslbg. 'Sd howif will alToraae-much'gralilieatiotrto" have the honor of inlrbducingyou and your as sociates, to 4lie acquaintance of- Mrs, Folk : ' put, WU1181 uoingso, j. Biiauieei, as x never ;ail lo Uo when 1 behold hei? noble features; . Vt . . r. " T.l..ilf..l t iBcnument of natural Tegret tliat, bo mucli xcellence of ove'rv kind, displayed ! alike n peace and amidst the troubled scenes of var, in mgir puuiic puumuu, nuu iiimum he endearments of domestic privacy, must, In a ff W'storl, yeara more, be .cqraslledp, eavp tlio, society whicli she has so long adorned, and bid adieu, foroYex lo earth find its transitory scenes 6f fancied glory. Mr.,Mregory,saia that the menus m the allery would saudwich Ihe proceedings ith sorlsrs. and rrhat)3 the best way lo et"ddwn from the bights to which the rings of eloquence had borne them would e on,ihe "wipgs of jqusIc Professor McGufley, of Virginia, was next introduced, p . ' , j f The" Professor said no could not very Well resist the polite invitation to say a few words on the important subject. He lad been just forty-seven years and three nonths connected with education, ; began n a log hut in tho Western Reserve in )hio; had passed all through the grades' ip to tho present position in the Univer iity of Virginia. He Bcaroly Jicard k void in the hall on education in whicli he lid not acquiesce. He particularly agreed n the dictum put forth by manr in lho fconvenlion that tho teacher must be a live (nan, but there must be a means of using the teacher, Tho first school law in Ohio was. w itten at his desk. Teachers and books cannot be utilized without the, agencies of snch laws. Do the subject or text -books he agreed with tbe excellent papcttead by Prof. N6wallf Tbcgenerat plaXwas Uf begihi t the wrong .end. He gave a vofr interesting' account of an1 ex- - . .' ! 1 . :..,?ir I. 1 penenco ;ir ua a primitive iug etuyui Louse In Ohio. ,- ItrenuWeJ a creat deal more skill t6 I each an fttfAril school thanjlfo occupy a hair of irioral. philosophy in a great cojr lege, xne leacner who uoes not rearii more than his pupils until he is three core anden ia not fit to teach. The ,ob jecf 6f 'education is to' get knowledge ami demon, lho mind. , A motion prevailed empowennsf Ine Chair to appoint'theTeghlar committees. ! Hnn; HL'. S. iFriAlpj Oil th nrt nf th tommilled? lb vrail bp Airs. Polk,, reported that, the lady was ranch," Rratilied Vith ihe tctfon of tbe Association, and would be triad to receive them at half-past five p Ciocw -iiepon receivea, anu coHyen.ion accepted invitation.. . , Mn Olcott moved that Gov Brownlow Hnd fsC-Govcrnors Brcnvh and oote .arid Hon. Horace Alay hard be made honorary ied tiuataimonsly. . , : The, Secretary .road the following cer jifioateir .-- . Kestccks jSjxjii 'EAcaKna'jAssoci in ok, Ofrfcl: or SECiirriiv, 'Tkasr txJirr. &. AnAist- U. l'SCS.The follow jiig,,gejttf,t:iuia are hereby accredited a,, dctgatA ol'lhei'iientucky tilate Teacnert Kssoiation to the National Edncatiooal Cod ven tion. at Nashville, Tenn lo-witi Hon. ' UMh F. Smith. Superinteadent f I'ubucJniitrucUon, and ex oj&ao I'reiiiuent f tlwteiTeicnera' AssocliUfca t .n,M W. D.idd..oIShelbvville: MLm Sal. ie !. PoOd, of Shelbyviire;,ad i)r. S. 'rtliyiaan, otjuonisvuis. ' .. I it, A. il. lisiDEKaoN, nocy. ' rcttiVT-nsnY op the Stats of Ktv? Voiin. Ofj jck Of tueSecbetauy, Auia.- ky. Auimst C, 18CS. This certifiea that at a meeting b'Uhe Univcreity C?avocatioa oftbeState of.New.held, on eh t Apgui at J otufcnd litu days Jot August, Sisos, J Sris qniet at jn -c T..r.l- It 't:..I Tl wo r . , ., it i ' ,ua neMeej on the 19tu,"qtk-dIst days of hy order of Vie CotJvocallon, i iA leuer irom, vepnas rmngnaoij, oevtc tay ofhBjlIassachw'etii'-ociety fort-lhe prevenuon oi pueiiy 10. timmaur, reao aj tho Secretary, iysi '".Nd apology is necessary for Uing ibtehtion of edu cators lo the great neetl ip? reform ia lho trpatmentof our ilomeaticaniiiiala, Teach ers of ottfonlhtthive-a powerful influence in forming public "sentiment. Will you giye us jour co-operalion'anjr yonr loflence f n! our great undertaking,?'? J A letter from rbfUrnjkshank, of New Vprlc, Treasurer of the Association, regret ling his inabilitylo'be'preient, was read by life Secretary. .' j Adjourned Jill 2 . iMeUatT2;36:r.M'. ' . . Dr. JmVrX Chadbparne, President of the University of WisconSinr was intrc- uuuvu, anu ueuvereu a icuKiuj auuresa uu .. i 1 1 ) 1 - ? - 1 T lfll.. J.l Convocation at the Am ericaa-Teach era! . the FreeqmfrYsjBpeauvjwera irj fijlj blast Aesociation, to be heldAnNsnvUIe, Ten- Nothing ia known of the result of their 'ThfLTrue Mcf AlSTliQfoJH-xwrneiicX Church And High streets, about , lowing iabut'a'briof kynorWt)f-the-wHolet-f'G30 rjMycrUafT'causedby tHe heciden- I.. I rHOFKSfiOB .CirADBOUHN S. ADDRESfi 1 (Prof. Chadbourne then delivered an ad leire educatlonnd the'tru'ideTftecol- tffge. Tejrarncajwak . great attention and interest. He discussed at some Jength thesnhjectoteducationaad.'. cpmbatted the idea that its intent lSTnereJyi .to prepare the nunil for the world's busi- the possession of the-worjd'aoous, jmt to timibriha highestTialional enjoyments fe. He contrasted the sordid existence oijthe seeker of wealth to the higher and purer, life of the roan who, having obtaloell tlikmeans of jubsislenc& an&comfajrUsp'enU the evening of his days in the realm of in tellect and employment & svak 'IT ,1 . 1... 1 ' : jne men revieweu me conuuion oi eauca t6"n in fliis "countryand Iradeddlie history ofichool?, colleges and universities. Once thy were simply the doorways to the learned professions ; ,but , aspeoplft- mulj liplied and the f' prbTessibns 1 became cjrpwed, they sent forth young men unprepared , j for ,,theHtdn!ie3 of life. Tiiey faileil 'to 'me fhe expectations of the people. Then the government stepped !ip anajinaugtlratefl thersyiileiai'df common schools, advancing to high schools, industrial schools, embracing science, agriculture and mechanics. This was well. Itwas the duly ,o( .IheStateitd pf ep'arMts people for the highest development of all itresonrces. , onio bad sucqee.dedfltherB' failed, and many melancholy wrecks would jjt be seen before the grand experiment w$uld. he perfected. Ail the people have 4 rigllt'tcf criUcise St5te institution?, be cause all are oWptraV' There willba.ciash-t ing of rival schools and rival systems 6f education. Politics ivill' contaminate Tvittt its liarpy-lik touch. These .shoals, quicks fjands and rocks -cannot: be -wholly escaped till the dangerous channel has been widened and deepened by a more thorough, iyilization and large,?, experience. The work should, go. op, but the educators and people should unite in, pressing theoxperta ment to a successful and happy result. "' Mr. C. proceeded tot discus lh relations Tvhich thbshooll of tbecbudtry should bear to each oilier, irom the lqwiest tp the hicheat conlendintr that they should be'go'grafluateaUal one sh6rild"be-aooT to the other, and all form Rarta-of a -BJt&e matiri 4hijlg dq -that "gomj tBropghT would mean something and secure some- ming; j&nmrging uu wiisbuu)cui.ui3 euuwcu that the laclj of this system had Jed to con fusion and great- waste of timeInd money. He staled that, he had never instructed al class of foity' boys in. college, who ought not to have been divided into four or more classes. , ' He next warmly advocated die establish ment of colleger for the very highest cul-' lure of the intellect, info which norig should, be matriculated dnder .eighteen years of age and ia which rulolind tnarkg a'nd the disciplipe of boys' should,, be disprded.. Most of our colleges, he said, as no'w con stituted, SLta simply schools for hoys. I want a college for men. 1 propose pat every school do its own work. ' Lei tho public School take care of the boys. Let parents iend their boys to Jchool, fit them for tarniers, miners, chemists, merchants, Engineers ; but- let it be proclaimed from the, juousetOD that no mpre boys are to be en't to (Jollege. Mako the College such an institution that'no ne can be scnMhere1 (hat all tfitbjn its vfal Is , shall be thejeof their oWn free ' will banish monitors and marks, and keep thehi for mischievous" boys, make the Collego so high, that.eYery member of it would blush at their intro duction. He then argued with greatforce e practicability of Buch institutions, and pressed his conviction thai the time was now whrJn tho step should be taken. ' Tho length of our report restricts us. to . , . . r If " . tits onei synopsis fcomnrehehsivo lontcs'treated'bsr-i Ing a speech which would edify and please, if it did riot 'cbnvi rice,- Ine" learned hntl refiectintr minds of tho country that Vrerara atfthat Vieribd Id our? educational. hiatory.wwhcaSragtjSUp in fedvanCe'iujy; The ltorai.tte&noiniRatiOit Mi ileyfoX ArkaSal 9 BWkleyj of Brooklfd, j Ijommilieo- ou .esoiunoua -luesBrB. iKichards. of Washington : Hagar. of Mas- 'Hacbnsetta: White: of Ohio': rllolmes. of Virginia : Smith, ot iientucKy ; : lluil,.oti teennlvVu'ajjfandfiCKaddutn consin. Adjourned to'S BM,! I niout session. The tonic entitled. "Hyciene of schools" wai announced to be in readirieha for dia cisiion. It was discussed by Messrs. Itolie, tof Illinois, and liaear, of .Jdassachnsetts, Sfheil the further discussion of the topic (was discontinued! j Mr. .Buikley moved Jtbat the , thanks of Jthe Association be tendered to the citizens of Nashville for their kind invitations, but (that on account of pressure of bussinesa' ,llie yssitto ije Asylum would bayo. lo be abandoned Carried. t. 1 . Dr. Gregory, President of the -Associa- ;tion, delivered; an address on "Educatltfn? sdnrinrr the delivery of whichProCBulk- jisy,; President of Public Schools of tBrook ine coioreu population neeaea icaucauon as much as the ewhite, that, tlieir tanABi) lies xi.enueu,. as lar. lie jam mav mere, 11 i. a i . .l t'Jt oouia ue normal Kcnoois esiaousnea u jeducate persbbs ip leach, in tho.Freedmeh's pciioqis ( Dn Yah Bokkelen offered the' following; ; ivesolved, Thatlhia Assooatioucoincidef !wth the views of -Gen. Howard, irf regard to ihe eaucatiou of Ij,, without regard to rolor orrace. .... The forjowibg cnmmitlee Wayjlheri bp ioratfd,W tafcjiptoconsideration the re- narfts, iqoiOWied: in the auuress oi mc resident : .'.- , ine AHsueiaiion men aujuuiucu i -T.I . a .1 lr.. . ,1 in. Oi p cIock to-morrow morning. . hueutial ciUiens. I hereby onntmoM torelf aS V. rnin.lirlifl ff.r Mavnri nl til ettfUinE ISII i For CoBirrei!!. X licrebr trti'noon&a.tijyf ctf -as a saudidatbyoim Coagn. iaiiU4iaWck lubiect I? A-t of thfcnoailaaUaB convention of tb BjmWl pan partx- 4 UORAC if- HrSON- JbWC. UCs. Mil. - ST. LOBISMWSGHOOt It- Tnftnt!rt !Ull Stu4enU adtaiti Senior Ctax."oa eixainisaUon, by appii Pnitioa-fee, OJ-Hfrth itird i treat, St Lotus. Mo . if ' JL Law School wilt, open na wKU4?t tfcd w.ttia SAKKi.iij.-tferythingi " & military committee of investigation, from labors, as everything was done in secrecy, teds excluded. AKOTliaitf ATTEMITED l OtJTBHKAE AtJ the Penitentiary. Ike Morris, the same' fellow who attempted to get away some weeks since; ion yesterday 'made another attempt by secreting himself between the ceiling tof lhef mess -hall" and the "upper floor. He was found out' in time, and wears a ball and chain, or the.eqsu'ujg thirty diys. ua.f : i s "t. m i The n.ew, fl.tyjerby Hala at R. H. Thonu?nil&erry atreet. ang20 tf , IammI on nils. jlsadc tCambelly .charged rith; forcible ejecfmfent'DfLhcuida.Banks wasdbriniirged' yesterday. I , -.'. .. . i i wuiiu u sensation was created on the il discharge of a nistol in thn hnnda nfn njegto fin Willcl'a rpomj Simmon'' fllockr- . A blind rope dancer amused a ' larce cbg&rmjthe mnSyeJimsrayiS-tiO J A large crowd of negroes were present in the Capitol galleries, last .evenioe- durine Gen HoWard's-speech. ' Attention, Thikd, WARD.rr-TheyThird War Club will meet in the Democratic Rooms,' over Hamilton & Cunpingham's1 this evening at o'clock,' for the purposo f orgayn,apJ Reefing t officers for .the lub. All who desire to join are invited The Mulberry and Black Pocket Hats, ist receiyedi atR.Jii, Thompson's. 41 Cherry street. aug20 tf SmSSSiS, at th'e'PoVtoffice, has Jlar- 1 per'a Bazar, Waverly Magazine, Chimney frnejofiyj' Jkef, Harper ' Weekly Frank &lie'a illustrated Newspaper, and other publications for the current week. Orm Police Commissioner in a New Role. Dr. Frederick W. Sparling, the Police Commissioner, was arrested yester day on a warrant sworn out by J. W. New- irij attorney at law, before "fisquire Wii4 insou. Ihe abbreviated lacts are these : Nowtoo, . from some cause , had become mighty offensive to the painfully elegant Doctor, and when he approached in the lobby of the Police, Court room and tapped him on the shoulder; .being desirous of con sulting him relative to a case to come be fore him, the Doctor turned around and brushed the Bhoulder touched, remarking that "familiarity bred contempt," When Newton's client was called, Sparling re fused Newton the privilege of practicing n his court. Hence tho arrest-on what is termed as "official oppression." The Oode of Tennessee, 4813, page 861, fur nishes ui the folldwirigtouching such cases : jlf any person bf -color of his Office will- iillynd. corruptly, oppress any. person ndcr pretense bf'-actingin his othcial ca acitv. he shall bo punished by tine not ex- eedin? one thousand dollars or imprison ment in the county lail riotf exceeding one year." iXms jscertaiplyafbealtby.oid jatate of affairs the Commissioner has, got himself uitdX He avei$2000.bond! for his aripear arice, tjj-.day at Esquire Wilkinson's at two 4'clo.cU.. The Buckingham and Edinburgh HaW, jiisl 1 received iat 'R'.i Hi Thompson's, i !! Cherry street. augzt) it Card of Jay Wlncsi iEaq. . . To lie Editors of tho 'Unior and Dispatch, (iEyilESENTATIVES HALX, NASHVILLE, lUgust llS. J.wisli to correct, thg re-i ort of a. conversation between Capt. Jas. CriiTe and ,mysef, as, published n.your s amof this; . mprning. eslerday morning, I met ' Capt. Cllflo in the office.qf. tho Su perintendent of tho Capitol, when the con-i. versation occurred to which, you refer. ,He inoirmed melh'frisnd of his hadcalled, upon hfm aniL, another party by Uia" name f'S'tandfliite,. and. informed tpam ttiatit fjoiild be prudent for, tHentto leave Frank jin,.asjie understood, that, tho "ivurKl.tii Wended to' make them, a.vbit. A senile-. in 41OW in,, imsi ciiy was presenif ai iuu ime. uapt. uiuio reiusett 10. leayeanu etmuned at .homo, that- night, prepared , for iw pmiripiw. . Air.- Buinaciiue. aiiu nuk -,-..7.,lo'P -v ' -"--At ii Vfi"; r. Millie, lay in,a corn sieiu ait Bignu,; fiiE1 Marlborouch Success and Nabob Hats, juiit received at. R..H. Thompson'f, 6l Chery.fltreet;, ' "' ' aug'iO tf BotS tNBLiJE And. Gray. The mem- era of the Soldiers' 'Democratic Cjnb &e earnestly requested jto aUeqdtho .meeting lo-nigbtai their ihoadquarters 'bver sHam-- I J. Ii .i e ..--n.,:.t 1 NeillS. Brown, Jr., Setfyr f Police '.CooiIt 'August 19. Ann Mufi T)liy,,drnnl?e3nesB,'($3 And coals. CUris' Wolf; assaulting Mary Hodge .with -a' pistol, ?5 aHd costs; carrying concealed fwcappds, same amount. I f f I I M Dan Evan and Lawrence Elserf, two fenldiern nf tho 5th U. S. Infantry, larceny of goods valued at 5100, transferred to Esq. JathewB. . ,- .. ,, .' i Michnpi ,iYHrien reeeivmr the same feoSds, knowing ihem , to be; , stolen, also , iransierrea to jso. mauiews, i' . r r IT Martha Holbrook and Margaret Conn, " Ireet-walking, o and costs. JtUYin --Humphries urunKenness on me (roet; ,$5 and costs. 4' ;!H-f.n.i...l;i.l",e1'1""1'' TKIHUTJE TO KATIE 2OHI.S02. "DoathloveSashlnuiffmark." ' KjLTiiriDoinjLSOif. mho departed thls hfo on .he 16th of Aueu't, was a youne cirl of no ordi jxy qualities. She was fnftod by nature and ;uUivation. In a remarkable dogreo .for one or ler ase. Her utitimiiljr-doathi throws a thadow n many hearts, but, oh, how deep the anjuiah that wrings the hearts of her immediate family ;irclo. What balm can heal a wound to deep ; r irhat imne can replace amonit .their house- MA'hV?hrt relentlels band oMedth? "A 85r- ow, like theirs, may bo softened by the lympa hy.of friends, but Qod., who called .her tp a ealm -m6 jtwnKeniir -W a'ppirit like her'. done eari-adtaiaUterthe eonolationnWekrr Lo relinve a-crict so ternnie; may nis socming ipirft -raM'tWeotlJ1 tttef their strickeraliearts Wood- ' j , jt 1 . In whatever circlo slio appoarcd sho became a central favorite andwai.the center of attrac tion. Jlcratylo and mannerwas entirely oriri' inal' andi universally titraotivo to those with rwhftrh she associated. With a bund qnicK and brilliant, sho would rracp with euo tho most iliflicult questions usually presented for con vor- . . - . 1 : . 1. 1.1 1 . 1 t H anon, auu uicusa &uijui nuu Bmiuu upauhjr eldera, sorpsajeaai ner uterary acqnucmeau ,. ,Tf I. .!. nr.l.r . ...1 r.nA n . 'arther removed from pedantry. We have f her .learning, .although it was extensive fori! aver known ncr male an ostentatious display ad ap t ed b er eon v eraasi on to th o cal ibcr of those with whntn'abO VonvirJed. ahd heir quick -perceptive power soon ttrcrtataed what that was. She was the very lift' and soul of the irareat i.artr. And her bright, keen wiL flashing- irom a S-t orf" rood and cniu to onnd -the feeHnirs of any one, would, thryw Ike moat terious party into the Jhppir4t merriment, fihe raattoi, Shroaiih tfxriety a ptrlect sunbeam, oa which' fenBilhed i p toas ine warmth. Her warical at-i4i-dmentwert6rtb,hfibrit order- !FH!ed'by tintVife'with -the VCTV ffcuiiu Of thntllL art hd ut to tobeM tho patios to rjnicita ft into Ufa (toelndr. ohBuroiiid execute tho most dlf AtWdw with the utmofX ease 'ertA strnriift rlt?irrat notti. bra few honnTraetIA. a a i oiK.-i eyrxaxET j-cvhte j!iB sj nar,in&ttzs ftry iroOT-KnoTTieaee t i-iureo oriourdinereat It.. tf'lvWt-- , i , ytict jUOjijujos su pawraoa iroat Barta,n th raajjnom-M'jiiia xio tun, apaiitnny aew iiropi ihiO. cliltat on tb6riOul feetaU"of thB frmn SSCpure bia:hbiued,aay bj'life't wUhft, In(fun2 bir&htr,lQVehr. afr?eUr,p!rit fchida of ,thft Uwi" FarewkU. iweet. Ki.ris-. tasusli h' tirth. tha tarsia ol thy voice l balnea, aua-wawsuaavejinaj-c isinsie togemer ia Iifii-i as Ihroiffi WJ Ule&ed laetnorv shall fayerJPt4rftk w, jewed d Iovd n7 &.lOlSaioLwiiTcftn. rather -around iny naiioweu jinivu u ya iiuirerei water ilbli,terCfO,'?o Erepathy far off pearly home Joofc"4$ify 4ii$Tste our weepuwc friends. LwTQE- BAr.rarrs The fo3,lowiDg parties; anxioiiirtbTxvaii lhemelves of the benefits of the bankrupt-law, were permit ted to file their petitions .upon Jhetr promi ses to5 pay the ambbntrqulred by Ihe rules1 of thei'court tn secure- cost; , They, shavs never paid the am Qunt and nothing has or. will be done lorthem until they "fork over." If not paid by the first day of the next term, a motion will be made to have all dis- 1 v misswi : Drury Spurlock, Jackson county, Ten nessee. Thomas Hufhine, J(ackipn county, Ten neasee. "W' Q Huf hines, Jjickson county, Ten nessee. ' ' Charles Hopkins,. Elynn's Lick, Jackson county, Tennessee. John B Anderson, Jackson county, len neasfe. , .... R-il'Kirhy, Smith county, Tennessee. Daniel C Saunders, Carthage, Tennes see. Edwin M Kbrlh, Jtbrnet Smith county. Tennessee. Charles A ' ilerryman, Smith county, Tennessee. John S Donoho, Smith county. Tennes . . .r,-,. ' , . ., 4 in t see, ' James S, Garni, Rome.'s'mttucounfyiTeni nessee. nt . - - - - 1 Thomas . J", Wray, Fatnant tountyetir. npfMAA. - J JoshuA Wilson, Rohie, Smith county, Tennessee. , . j Z W Martin, Smith county, Tennessee, ' Stephen W Johnsoti. Peeled Chestnut: WhiteT c6nnty, Tennessee.', , Eobert Webb. Mountain Creek, Warren cpunty, Tennessee. " Jrvm uribble, warren county Tennes-i e ' - : . Bee, B II Womack, Warren county, TenneS- tee. Felix II Wisener, Overton county, Ten nessee. Jesse Eldridge, Overton cotinty, Tennes see. W Burton, Murfreeaboro, Tennessee. J F Gilbert, Murfreeaboro, Tennessee, Geo W Payne, Murfreeaboro, Tennessee. CTL 1 Arbucke, Murfreeaboro, TeRnes ee. C Walls, Murfreeaboro, Tennessee. W N Parsley, -Rutherford coftnfyt'Ten-- neasee. Wm G Leellr Rutherford county, Ten nessee; - John Prater, Rutherford county, Ten nessee. . . J H Floyd, Rutherford cdunly, Tennes see. H W Tilford, Rutherford county, Ten nessee; Robert B Crow, Pulaski, Tennessee. ,Jt'phlYoung, Giles county, Tennessee. jB'Bjcfiggias, Giles county, Tennessee. RIngraham, .Giles county, Tennessee, wames M, FaUer, Giles county Tennesn see; PJjhn McCorijiick, Giles county Tennes- se e. Tcnnea- ' Mil lenne3ee." D Christopher, , S.helby.yil je,, Tennes- ee. ! NTCocB, SB"elbyillepffehnea3e fi G Fletcher, ShelbyvilleTehrTesaee: J KJLjregoryi wieJbyyille,.lenueajce. , Waller S Stephens,Shelbyvillo Tennfs- 866 , H H Elkin, Belbuckle, Bedford, county. Tennessee.'?' J 'I J O Holt, Bedford county, Tennessee. J H Locke, Bedford county, Tennessee. I BiE Cook Bedford county. , Tennessee,- ohti H AlaeVman,edfordco'ti5ly,l4n-! Andrew"vannoy,' Bedford "coilnty," 'Ten nessee. : Milton H Cord, Bedford county, Tennes see. ! WD Smith, Lynnville, Giles couuly, Tennessee. , John B Nee)ey, Corrieravtlle,, Gies, county, Tennessee.1 WDKelley,Coi m . . ' ' ' . Cprnersyille.'Giles county, Tennessee. , , James Cunningham, iullahoma, lennes- aee. ,. , , TR Quagle, TuIlaboma,,trerine33eu. , John S Bell.-JTnllalmma, Tennessee,- , GeOrge H flb'ra'd?' CoflSe' cbUnty, Ten- ! Kane McKinn'sy,; Fayettavllle, 'Tennessee- . -' ... ). I .V William Dyer, Pefecsburg, . Lincoln county, Tennessee-. 1 :rn-..' V t V Try ' Anurew j r-igg, iiincpin,countyp jiennjea- James 31 Brown, Lewiahurg, Marshall countVvTehneesep. ' '. " Ti'H.Armalr'ong, LewiBbiirfr, ilarshall county, Tennessee. K . See, J Robert A. Adams, Maraliall.cpunty, Tea L4ieJ . M HI fill 'I W W Martin, Franklin county, Tennes see. . i...t. jT ' ,i , t.H i. Wm Boyd, Nashville, Tennessee. AMcEnlyre, Nashvijle, Tennessee. -,., James P Keel, Nashville,' Tennessee. E P Drake, Nashville, Tennessee. James W Evans- Nashville, Tennessee. John Ohley, Nashvfille,,Tennea8ee, it , , Marion Munroe, iJaghville, Tennessee. I Tugendrich, Nashyille, Tennessee j John B Smith, Nashville, Tennessee. W EDillin, Nashville, Tennessee. W MPruett, Nashville,, Tennessee. John E Tucker,. Nashville, Tennessee. R W Shaffer, .Nashville, Tennessee. Jacob RHogan, Davidson county, Ten nessee. John F Sbelton, Davidson cotinty, Ten nessee. Thomas jTihnsoui Davidsotf unTen-J WPS Arnold, Davidson county, Ten- lessee a fiir -o f Joel A Battle, Davidson county, Tenncs- f W X Jones, Davidson qatyiTennesse.el dna ' .IiniM Minhii il.tviflimn -raiuntv., len- nessee. A S Edwards, McWhirtersville, David son county, Tennessee'. i it I liatchsr, Wilson county, Tennessee. John Mahon; Wibsbn county, Tennessee, D L'Fakes. Wilson- county. Teaneasce. . Q P Huddleston, Wilson county,-Ten- T W. Rison. Wilson county. Tennessee. SamiiilW WbotoO. HarUvllleV eiv Viessee. ' . , " St . I , Hlrria Dowleii, CheatKrnVcounlyT4 tessee.; V V ' ( & ' -r i ' T . . . TlPllf . . jpan -xwierjacc, niiuawspu cvuuiy,, enriissJee.1 f yGoke, Willi amsop cotintTf Ten- Complimentary, but JU3T. Tlie Au gusta Chronicle and Sentinel, in noticing the election of . W. Cole to the Presidency of IHp Nabvilln nm Chattanooira railroad.. fcaya :! '"Wfl cdngralulaia thad)irec(Oryj np! a their having secured the services of Ccl.Coro as thi President of theif road. 3i8 large expedience in' railroad manage mentand hia, great. ;ndiijlry.xnergy and4 fenlAjbcid&tiiigfshiTiC? tfife peat ratiroau men iu me duuiu. um cm. iion to tmfPrfiindency will be"aseriou"s loes tq the Georgia railroad iu whose. interesU ha iias labored so assidiioualy - and success fully for the list three years, NstfFali styles IJata at p, H. Thomp 4&aV4i Cherry slrtttU Ug20 tl QNKOFmENESI ON Tift ABKAt sasjiver, twtlyo wilta below I'pe. tSluff, M Jifferscn. eottRU'-JdOTi ovroow-55q acre opoa lnil.iaprt.veoienU,ood.. Will be rented from od.0 to UrixBtTA oji Wfcit tovwablo.lera. Abuivt w;HOaxoNror ao w . " , Nahville, Jean MlhvUl Banar and Merai-U Ayalaoch topr. to axwaotoiyii od wad Jail tothu oSea. Is BasiltrHptcy. '-"--t eW.Hly; ijath, , .' TO UONBU UBREB,!' QIX1Z8.1 natiec oi am sopoiaimesis aa aueaea oi it ment aa .ej&iKaea, i Mataswa. C C. Cura- Wu 2AVLPllok. IU ' Xtlhztrt, t. C. Cura miots, JasacjjE Conoell. Wm, A. SowtlU 1tIiI u Alln Vl! II. leap. II- V llrnnn Anti Ilm ry II, Kirfc itx ihv county of' UobcrtMtt oad Stita.Of XenneElieo, within aid district, who have been adjodrl bankrepuupen their iown betitiont. by the District Court ol xaidt dittrid . Jy31 oaw3t A. E. UAKN.Eit.Aasienae, tti . irn 1 1 n 1 . . raacia so. upuii, unea uuuiuy, : J B Blackwell. Shelbyville J f TlTVCoftaU Grov-eA Wil liamson coiitftyTTennesaee. v f t Trmtrlaa fIcT?ArliiL: NoleiMvillei Ten nessee. ; FINANCE- Mp JTASUVILLfc QUOTATIONS ' cirrrED states asd mntu' axrcacrrtsl S-3Qi 1st sbrle. i.M lJ 5-3U8,3dlcriol.... &-aaa,JJow Issue- 7-SOs. and Sl sari -lt i...103i ii-wr-. v-ompoana-iawrost iiotta.mAsl isu ua 4 u Set;.'l.l.'ii..'117,, " Oct.!" 1863 A1H -' TcnncsieA Bondgj . til. . Coupons .......- Tl IuuvtlleA Nashville It. K. Stock CX NashT I BiCbatUnooca.it, K.Stoclt-.lw 21- NaahvUlo and Chattanooga R. It. JJonJj St Nnstmllo Corporation Checkg-. 85 " ;J BmdiL.u..- South. Nashvilla StWr'jSStZW ' Saipeasion Bridee "Stock lix) DtTldion Cotrnty Bonds.- . - ro Plvnters Bank Stock..--..- , 14 Union BapkStock--v. v..r.. ..t,...,. 14 artciE. Barlnc ' .''Sentne ooa ..14 Silver,, DOKE31I0 JtSOiVOBUOX SXCXIXQC Oh JIetr!Tork.. -i-par.: . )a Cinciuiiati v-vi.' in Londoa .. ..u.4T W per ponni. On Doblihu: 50 -r On Edinburgh .iW.v.- -TPO; On Berlin .j 1 (Sner thaler. On yrmkfort-L:. . CO "'hiildor trxctrakETT ko'xzT. ' BOOTH dlKDUyi. ink of Toaneiea.ald.LPeopIa!B&nk- . SO issue 30 Planters Bnk pari - chanies1 Bank IS sutojuokn na Southwcjtorn IU IU SO Union Bank 80 ' aLlBAUl. aank of Mobil q...-, $0 B'k of Montgomery, I Bank of Selraa 21 Union JJank-.mpar EnloaBaskCart',.,par 'kofChattanooea. 08 Bank of Commerce, pari Bant or-Jvaoxtille. K Bank of MmDhia. 35 B'k of MiddloTenn. 95 jjsaK ot nni-t-M par Central Bank. 01 cans of too Union, par B'kof WestToan- 3tt Buok''Bank...."..--par City Bteit ".--.-. GS Commercial Bank 2 MerchanU' Bankpa Northern Bank par Commercial, Bank u." Kastern Bank Northern Bank 30 Southern Bank. tW OtOBQU. Central K. R. BTc. 95 Ueonria Kailroad Jt BanhlnrCo.. 95 B'kpfMid.aeorgia. 'JO Marine Bank. 95 Bankof Auguita- . 70 Ausosta Xnnranoe- 01 Bankof Coumbu OG Bank .of Comiaeroo. 05 Bank or the Kmpiro tiUUa -i-k....- IS Bank of Athens. .- 0 Bank of iMUon- Bank of Savannah. 50 Bankof the State of Georgia.... 20 City B'S of Auiusta, rxi 'Farmers' and Me chanics Bank...... 03 Mechanics' JBank 01 MerchanU'Al'lant- ers Bank--.1 05 Planter Bank IS .UnioaJIanX- 01 Bank9fShlbyTiU 7U Southern Bank- 10 Trail era Ua3K..par tiue s. uanerai ln s uranoer Co - 1Q , SOUTH CAB0LI1CA. Bank orCamdea...... 25 Bask of Charleston. 27 Bank f Cheater: OS Bankof tteorwtown OS Bank of Hamburg 10 1 BankofNewborrr i p Bank of the State of roulh Carolina.-. 12 Commercial Bant... 01 KxahaiuTO Bankn 07 Fanner' .and Jx- "LW caanga jians. . ui Merehanb' Bank" 03 Planter' Bank of II .031 ! Fairfield ' "GfbTfd (!ecfit6d again, in Net?, Xr e3- ferday The following are the qtiola . ibna : dpened ut 145J, waa WSJ at l(k25, !l45J atnoon, aad closed at 145J at'3r. m. bealers".here were naylrig 144 arid hofd- Government liecnrities - continue to de-' pline. Tlie following are 'the New York quotat,iona o , yiisjerday J: ' js-EOs Hat series'.-.,... j5-2ia dsened-.. . .-. .. 15-203 3d leriea-;.-..'- :... 1 &-'J0j new issue'.' . - 10' lOhiWr iri--l " 105 Eotfdotl-: advices of yesterday 'quote pmedptqs'f;.2$5 at71i. . u , iiC,nangq;on. jew iprK,wai jwugin uj he banks yesterday.'at. par, .ami sold byi h'etn, at "icjjiren)lnni.! . Tennessee UonilJ Wtre quoted in Now ji'ork, yesterday at Ci.ibr the old, and,6?i. for'themew. ; :, -f . ' ' There Iquje a Remand for corporation , thesks, anci Holders ' general jy' arii asking iThestatemeut of thoiAssociated Banks of' New York'cityfbr thc'rce'Iendipg Satnr a jla'sliig. iti, compares as follows ith' he'cprresponding weel; in;Jl?ol ana isot; owhich wendil tho specieandcurrenljybal" nceslri the New York office' df Ihe United' ilo9 Tronaiiro- dl il.pjf. iTiljW nariprlitplr v....v.. w " 7- ---S1T.T-r l : .. ' : Augi 18. '6(5. Aup. 17. '61. Aug 1&. 'C3- . .i , . i , - j. w Total capt't. . - i .4 f32.920.a)v Si67040, fe Leeai tlndori t.8a.071 7.l61iM? 72,Ssi JJeposits -(,'irculatip; IoSub-Tre The following aro the changes from tlie ltatement,oftAug3. Decrease in loans pecreato Inpci" Decrease ifTotn Decrease in depi Jncreaso in circulation- The Now York Times, of the 17th inrf Bays: 1 ! ' ' " ' The import trade of the port of New York during the past week baa been on a comparatively moderate scale, though anu iho foreign specie value of only ?4,312,S93, Against $6,046,093 tho preceding week. Of foreign drygooda, the amount marketed (including withdrawals from warehouse) (was slightly m excess ot me aggregate en- triiaVAUetliin-gjOFerifsl the, taovd-t jmenis were resiricieu, auu iuu veuueutjr ui tallies was downward. The export trade rf the port was (airly active, chiefly in the iline of breadstuff provisions, tobacco, pe troleum, paval stores, liay, ana most ouier4 l.-.lf -At Trtla HfjlriMrtatirt VlVTif1t1.i,. aii.b, cotton, in which there wa3 no considerable outward movement. Of hayl some, 3000 '. - . .1 r. ... t).:.:kI. bales nave oeen Bnippeu iil-ul-u iu unuou porta within about a fortnight, mainly in rnonse to Encrliah orders. At the Pro duce Exchange, the dealings in breadatutri nave been less extensive, anu, uuuer me encouraeinc crop reports and ine Ian in gold, prices, ha.ye been on the,decline dur- mc tlie cloamcr uays oi ine wees, a no imost active business has been in corn ; the receipts and sales nf wheat have been 'large, Ihe Eastern tride having been the principal bnyers. A moderate demand .has been experienced for hog products st somewhat irregular prices-pork leaving off at lower figures. Cotton has been in 'light request, with bnl slight changes in quotations. Most of Ihe week' sales wre to spinners. Wool and tobacco have at tracted more attention at buoyant rates. 'The ocean freight market baa been qiliet and depressed, Willi 103 vessels oi.au classes in' port at the close. ' The import entries for the past- week bmount to S412,8SS against uic total tries of $4,673;ill same week last (year, ine cxpon ciearaucai w uumnuii fjirouuce amount, to ,rj,oi agann .!, b28",541 same' week last year. Tlie ex- port of apecie.amqunu to wvw "f l atj0i,8a 'niatnraa fi same weeic last year. The custom of ihe week are $2,879,000. The ratl- eccipta of cotton, cor rrmil ar 179 i bales. consAwiAe and by, I The gold valeM)ftbe import entries pfc tegnraercliadiSSJaf NelXofslhcel jjanuary 1, 1808, are as follows, the entries tof foreign specie being omiUed. j j TotarrKeJ.n.l,l-. l.J? i pecrweHw:e.TW),l r-f P.&fiftf I -nlftTc.irTf.nW' val'bf'tlc'tfxplirbiof Llomestio prodncfcand, uiiscelbtfleoiW goods from New Y6rk,incloding foreign artiehtf' rexTkirtedTsfned Jan. 1, ISt!, artist 'fo 3ows: -Toftil-BWilAWl.lKi i.v. x.i.nls.W , Ajaiwitsameuuial. ii.b.,.. ' . .. 1 ... ' 1 'i Deciea&e liacsfan- Li - ilSw!"- lOold. Au. lb. lflW-- t. 1 MfiK nt. KJold. Aur 17. 1S67 - .HCttl V cent. ETS. Nabhviw.UB, Wednesilay, Auguatltt." Wheat. No changi whatcyf fta prfeHj; olTering rather light; salt 1)65 bushels red at $2; 150 Luihelfi ml at H 46($Z ; 300;biuh red at,$,l X 'S(S bmdi els MedUerraneatt.'jit;' J 92; 60 bushels 'biabebredjmd amber t2 05. CoTTOSrfNo traasnrilAriwhaievcr CoeS-Goc fromi wagoa,i-and !littlaofi ferini -t hp w'delivercd:.'W!dep,6t-rItfbttijP Oxth Krom wagon0c EA?tli,-P)iUbarlj 51 T-5- ' . , ;j. rr-; " .r -...-. a. 3J,C.767 , Si ;Vl.fiB( 1?3.2S4.1R2 81,200.221 41 ,917.1ft 4-4 4 .1.8).577 or legal icnuera e j,io.i oliuf-i. ,4- S.H5.105. ...-..... at.713 toricea of most kinils oi loreien eoous 1 ... . t , mercliauaiso nave javoteu iniyers, inuu-j ijrlcld, tcTSomegextfttl, by Ihe uVprewn inj WM. Tlio wppk'rf'iniDortation has been to Hay Prime timothy $24 2a; com- mon'S19tprilon. V ;. u v i f UACON Jrvemains quiei. u yesterday, .e anoi clears,itle9 .atlS lSJc: ahouldcrs 14J16c; plain can- Ifaised Kama ,1919cj,sdgar'tared"ham3 21Jc. , liAKp Advancipgnfld firing iWeqaftt at'2020lc; in kegs 2133fJc in three $ and five pound caddies 21J22cpeT lb.' j ' J?lo!Jr Advancing. Common to tuioice superfine 573 50i'ex(ra$10ll;5rsam 0fCily$llr fimcy U12 per biftW $lll; jrounlainiDeff $12 50, . j , BAhunr 1 50 per ooshcl. '."J-". " Coffee Easier. Rio. ' 23$$6c; ; Lagjiyra, 2Sc-. Jaya, 3S40c. ! ,'M irotA&sTS Rtbolleil New Orfeso; '. SOc. ..- !t Simrr3-HC5l 10c per gallbri.' li -SuftAK-Crasned and grannUlI18i? ' : csffee sngarsVB, C, 17, 10? 18 ; New Orleans, lCeMejc; Demarara-,l18Jtt choice, ' 71 ' " 1 s " T ' CAjiprs-r-Star" candles ,l7ic-jr-lb' luird pressed tallow $5 fJOperlxix. i- . SAifrFirm Piyq LuJhel'batr.els,alr,, now.jqupteiLat $3,. and seven bHsheatT $3-85 'per-bblr per car load :$4f for .singa.. ?3- 85 'per-bbj? per . Iiarrel. --, Lfqcora. Dull,, with ,(t downward', tendency. Common rectified $1-7 2 25'by the barrel : Robertson county ' ?2 r04 ; Ikibon:Si0.; MARKETS'TEL'EaBAPn LtVFJtTOOii,' Aug 19 Noon. (So Uun iH . firm; snle& 10,000 bales; uplands.dOiU Orleans 11 Jd. ' . n JIondojx, Aug. 19,-Consols 1 S0!' ' 5 20s 71 S. 1 ' UyvoOL. August j WJfefM! closed ea?ier at a decline of fd' Sales TXF day 10,000 bales; uplands lQjU ; OrTeaW" 10il- . i." ' Kelt TotU Money Hartfet. , New York,, August 19. Money more, active. Ca-l loans 45c. Sterling at 9, . 9., Cold 144j. Old Tennessee 64i04 new 63JG4. Krw York .DrjKooxU MnrUet. New YoiiK, ftngust 19. Standartl Sheetings 16iirc? best printa 13(&14 Nevr Torfc1 MurUot.' 1 New Yokk, August 19. Cotton' rfniet';1 sales 1200 bales ; Uplands 30c. 'Flohf diill s and 1020c loweri Whisky 676?JtS'in bond. WHeat23c'l(iwer. Rice Wadyf' Carolina 9l10jc. Cbfleo dull: '"Sugar--i-Cuba 11113. ilolassea' dnir. ' Cotrf- $rj3i2i. , ',;''! Cluclnuntl. Ilnrket. LardlSj. PitilkmeaU 121 141c. ;i teon i shoulders sl3Jc; sidert lGi4UgvfU ir,is2l Clover" 22c. Putter 33c Cheese Ujc liter ;wc uueese j.-iia, Whisky hehl at 70, G seed S14. steady,, rocenes Nt;XonH BJnrfcet. , ,,; ,, j 8tv Lootsi, Aug. 19, Tobacco- aotivci 1 lour n, wrfina $o 25G .Wheat g2 202 32.. C6m 91C9Bc Oata -80 , f3c. Pork - $29 7580 50. Bacon new, i ihohlders 131; clear aide 37c;. clear rib liilatfic LardlSJc. Whisky $180. ,. ' xnlnvliravBInrUiiej' m! Ix)TriniXB.r AuC W.--Salcs 70 hhda i K2 25. 'Corn 9095c. Oatt' 484tf Mm porfcS29. Lard 1319A Baeon pshorifder'l3ic"; Clear1 rlb'slde4 lmf Hear 'sftles 17ici Bulk'meats-honlders' 12Jc j' clear sides lCAt. 1 Whisky rnw free, $1 2721 30. " ' ' ' " t- i i River' rwm&i tl!!rly-thr'WftJrtfth,: rrfthg,H fahpitLvMithapri obahility.iflV wur Jiti Joofnitjv' AumvfcD. ;i Alpha, from CutnS. "' , , Aid, from up rivv, " iuurrNo ti-d.iv.- "fcate'jrorrisbii, u river. Xlnlii fTnTm. iu!. , i'- '-mm i - till ' ,!.-(VU4 U ' . . .' It V . ir.uvtr. .,. ,utr The Aid, from Pendleton', twelvo imfi ip the river, brought down 400 saek'OoiB,. iye'and wlib'dt for M. A. Parrlsh & Oo. Our gallant friend, Capi. Will.Pyl, leaven for Cincinnati thi.i!lorning,,.oii.a , hveek'd pleanreitipl .Webfgthe "Storm Kihiirlniiat time' t6 1 sfiiy ' lift-hand,' and naught save the sunsluiio 6 .hapl , new and.Jucaaure cr.os9 hisiky. ! 1 v. ' 11 IM.IMIttoaiiaWBM, j fit'': ' - W JOtirT At. Jpti-r- r-r r...PreAlWrf. , U. W.' m)YrW..Z.....L. 'tlJfeeeretary. Uia. 'ft. A. ArrClllHt)Ni.toaiiultrK Pbyilkiav jDK.tJ Ilr arOU'JP.,-nf.m.iaeqarul Ageut., ; A &QtUioni Jioiup rmitlliilluiu; ' Jt'tT. Jwiiwi.atliJtindj Of Lifound KndownlBal.. jl'.oJlciMjon nfnilfvorblo tertni. ilwary tl THe PaschaU floust?' ANMOCIAVIOIV, . J OF ST. XjOTJI. 't ii.. I.t.lr Ml l-i Grand t,Ristribution , Qf;, Rd?s:; IAT MEHOArTrMT:MBUARV',Il!A'lJW'afr Louis, on tnuiA'Y.oor.svisar ' . mir i '-' .ite 500, Ptm;M$'& i5o6otsz . -I l VpKM PRIZES CONSISTING OF FirtBT 1 cIoh hotrior-a-nir-UtrtfiMifaiiMr 'Htm Faiteball HoaiW'-WitH IftUft, tjt Ua'i!tTHt '.V)tlh and Walriut, HtrefU. ootvoiUet Jjutllr Ccrtillcatc? Hro Dollars 'Eii'dliY ' f i it: 'it r x iniit l'iv Jiymwrid pollar to lie DonaUl.to.Hi.e OU1MIA.1N OJ' fiT.JUl, . , ... Tbu U untueiAionablr ooo of tho aiost uwidB,-1 ir not too, very dmi arrange HafHfi e Binhtil Itl AmeTiea. it eBibraeei' tie! iirtlt CrMie' item r- I! rick ItoidJtues in tho lty of Ste Leabt ValoaM; J of the Fin iloaSl? i'.ttlilenenin JefTeraya Cityf and feu. ' ti)0 Pineat Palatial Kenideneet In. llaftij.lu, ettne'fe. full rtetoijittotts ofwhf hlani gfrm1 Tetinefee. id nor Ui ran l Mi i- ; In addition to tbo.bovo .ten valaUf,.Itc rra, iuu liniriijuiiuu wurii miner j-rizrc, ronsutini or rTWl'el nno.Snlfcs? Maehlhet, Bilw lJatiaihl'rMi ihuu.iaaiLllu ;ranip ftna JJtoSZo.iWJ,eMfi. ..iu.. ,Tboi;ratlenniMieif witti tltl! nlai UnulDi& ana aro otaone iae eitietuaMM jbt hnowaiiMiHftf J-aWj . .... ...i. .. jaw;k ,.'. ntj-'t.KKK, (l, lt . Mtuic and i'tiui Htore, 2fo. "!H Union stistiu ! ? irwit TrAsrrvn.fjH.1 tbsn."' ' TtnU UNUKRrilliNKD HEllKlJtflIVi- .potiee ol, u W, M. Jto,weo f h,u nmrititt9at, .ntro f, iii ii. McKav. 'TX itiHaiavUt.mO, .CharlorK Klot-. Fellt il McKay. 'TX. ls-i H&uittf,D thn eoaniT oi T)aTnlin and slU orToniir iiKwlthln aMlilitrirt.who haVO Betti iajadrW Wakrui'ticnKa'theirowntetiUantilQ((U liHR J-. Al tiTANSm itl lirbj.rttfM'; .r , i Vi'Uo iKear iUUread- JJepotiaadiSMteaBitiaal La&dlag' : te' (MWii'ftPrE'fc ik'M 1t V I Jltuie. iaantfS' Cincinnati, August 19. Plour "Jlifiri' amily SSfSIS 25. Wheat S22 03, 'am': 297c Oats 55(V57c. Pork ,sas 78. tobacco; lugs'to mediuW leaf $716 cuttirigs S17 "75(24. Flotir'-snpeTfirii S6'75(7. Wheat active red' $ !