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THE EAST-rTENNES'S'EE TIM ON EI AO.
THE UNION' FJiAG. BTSPH E A. HO V ELL, AlU pillar Taiaiw,. jp I 1 , . " ... - We n Fart; t bits foci tut tirr; fain Hag. , u. ktfp step ta litBasitrfieTiwir. ( i(! joESBokouan, tenn.j - ; v Friday, January, 23, 13CX . NSQEO TESTIMONY". K Th negro U Pt responsible for ftis pres ent conditio. -Jot whaterer may be the ban enof.thUceadilie be ii olely isdebted to .he white man, end, tor whatever . may be iu injuries aad dhtadrentag , ? tltc white mat ii correspondingly censurable. ; Tht right to tbi enMrnpebsated toil ni in danger of aa nulmeat by the increning (entiment in favor cf hi manhood, ind tin claimant of thi right, took oft arm to arrest the progress of tbi I misguided philanthropby, " at tlie-y termed it, nd thai doallr secure tb eternal mthrAllment of the negro. B: the Irit gun thi-y 8rtd at the hyira-htidtJ mvntfrr, culled, " lorn 'in the frigid rrgioni of th North, thundered their owa doom, end lb i.roflBitiou of the nferoei' freedom, ft .f himself, lad little to do In bringing nbout the war, and was as piulro a ipecta , tor of it ai tht meanest aerfin Kurop.' With hit patent of freedom, dating from' i thousand battle-fUUt and tealcd with the irgii of the Constitution, the negro bat ta ken a poaition in tocicty. Jliit freedom ii Intended be Cqd,.whoe lung chain of r-rovl-dencet overruled all hindrance! to iW attain racnt, to elevate him in the it ale of sentient being, from a mere combination ofphysiral power and adaptation to menial irrvicr, with out purpose and incentive, doiog noth ing .more than to tare bit bark from fte laceration of the lash. That freedom i in tended which stimulate eitftioi with the energy of reward .and the teal of pi-re-snal brnebt. . That freedom be will bar ia com mon with; all the ilavery-debeted of eartbi " fur Cod workt and none ran binder." Tke negro cannot ehrink Uborifb I'vet ia honest eate and comfort, and be raasot -run thete unletl he it protected by the lawt. It ia just ni :tnposible for a man to ariumn Ute wenlth, or better hi condition in ant respect, without the mmti of controlling the avarlciont and niijntt to recognite and re gard h'n rlghtt, a to ralte t'i world from ita aiil with a lever. Freedom without proper rarrgaarda ia slavery iticlf. Cat inch ii the tacatlesi bone upon which man.r a poor ne gro il now weiring awsy Lit moltrt. Ai the caie now l,.io4 h Tennessee, hi condition u fr wora: than in tervitaJe, n crpt in the few locaiitiet, where he hai re. course for redrew cf vronpsto the Treed nea'i Burma. The ftatite disqualifying hia testimony, rtcept in cauea in which hia owa color ia concerned, baa rarer been repealed Thii law permits whit villaial whole heart! art blocker than the tkia of the negro, to rob, cheat and defraud him with iropanl ty, and be' laburt withont thi lent le;1 g ar nntea of aa andialurbed enjnymcnt of iu re aulta. For iaataace, be purcbaaea a bone and pari for It, the teller, if he ta fortunate enough to bar a wbite-waahrd cUr-teo-roeot, caa reclaim the bono by nuking oath that bt baa received no eompeniaaina there for, and the defrauded nezro, who baa Inher ited the Incapacity of being at truthful a: a whit man, ia compelled to return the bone. A band of white tbievea can rob a aegroe'i borel of the few necemarlei of life and ! rrahle excoaea of household convenience!. which la hai collected by " hard lirkl M (and tbiabaa happened more than once la Waahiag Ion county to our etrtaiu knowledge,) and it ii a legal imponihility to convict them upon hit oath, nor can be Identify bit ttolea pro perty. If thia tnactmcut wai of recent date, and meant for the prcicnt titnra, it tnik'ht be called with the ulmojt propriety, " rlari Vg Witioa with a Tnganrt. " Til ai long ei it la of "binding force, " iinot the reent Legitlature M culpable ufgron ia roniiderateneti of the negroea want! and righu ia bit new rphere, at if it enacted the law iuelf? VCt thick (. Humanity and juttirt to the oegrn, hie prennt condition at we bare before' auted, ii entirely ebargeaLl to the wl.itemio, re quire the immediate removal cf all legiiia t.rt barrier! to bi proiperity and the full rt rrciieofbii enrrgiet. If there i logic ia i rent and (iperiruci la a t rutty coosirUrT for the future, Irgitlatioa ebould rerrgaiil i t J 1 . ... 1 1 ..J M J I fjunl inn rjci jupvtcv i ! wrs, aai at rapidly aa poselble to ill aceog-plirhmeat. If t!iea tha aegro ii unable t cope with the white ataa on imerlcan toil, and ii drivra by the intellectual tnperiority ofhli advertary tack again to tht barbatoul fboeti of hiiaa tirt land, he or omebod fire will bt to blame, moat aaattradly aoi hi lagio-aioa fee.. . - . , . We art libtrtl eaoigb to think that ear. I.eglilatort art ipradiag time and the ple't money to what they rooeelte to be tht Uteretta of tht Ptatc, but we would taggtil to them, that If fhey art I -eking rharanr fur politieal twtuteant aad profoaad kanwl edge of tht (itgeaciea of ikt boar, they thould not ortrk")k that sew tleoMttt of oar li.rWtr, whnte bvci of welfare under civil admiajetratioa dfjad eatirtly apoa their favorable deiibfrattoot, Tka L'g jUtare If to blaau for the rrjectlo oftaa Teaaaeteo delegatlos l Cosgrert. The CoveraiMal J freed Iba litre a ad II dettvavind i ate ' tect Ike la tka eajnyvwat U Ikeir fVee4oea. tar bat failed to do, and tht fcUete It a " tor ritory," to all latent and purposei. The Got eminent ta order tMwtjt J"rmtllii,lll tiUllieh mlllUry court! In which hi Jteitl mony 'twill be admiidible. 'The tjnettion li ju.et (wrjngl '' long hfyej wlta 1'gltlatii,) whether you will retrieve tha ',y'jfcVj.0" WlAA otiacUoMjcaliiajic to the overturti of the Government, or eon BMlfftte! Wat wbica will' 6rln kMr'ih. Federal bayoott for'the protection oftljemoej Jojtl part ofiu popoUUmoae ai tbwa it K moral law and as a break it every day. Tjfaiii-iua rps the BPOiLa." There It a furiout war now )a progreii be tween tht newtpaper men of Rkbmend for the, public, Frintlng. Each irge hit claimt not particularly upon hia owa merit, butea pecially upon tha demerit of bll oppotert. The LegUlatar belag rtiatloutly tardy In warding (hit patrqnage, the yocabnlary of billiogigate, ribaldry and drfamatio being tihauttod, the ne wnpaper men bar retorted to piitolj (no mention It mada of coffte,) to determine tha most deitrvlng of their re- ipectiva claims. . Tht Legislature will tnenU fett'good tenie and wirdom, In taking no more pftV. . ft'-1i t hnVe taiiid Ihn hore taiemcrit, ind -I wish (hum to va ioe my bdok ami got, tlio tt-u;h I'd Inn ibiy 1m a dogoapo, :" ,: ' ', CohoratHJti?u:T.toi' ihiA . Governor will considoPtnafBoii. elotjtioa.Mide,. I vrr confident ht tb Governor will not bo 'Influenced by s the wiiit-wai in mis mattor .... ... muci Jess tlie dirty unvamJshod cop- ptrheftd who strike, in th dark. The chargt) ie a rave one irrnde bj a renpooaibU man.- - Ai . o Copserva tivo, he is either a .dog or a bear; an J as far aa I am oonoernod he cart exer cise bin brutal ihsolunc fn'barlting or growling to suit his net pre. Y IbUAM U. iSMArP, VOgard tat u IV tat tt Tnmmm Vnm Tat, I ' ! BLornTvam Taim., Jao, 10, llta. -Cart. GauaaJi r Now ai tha tmoke of tha coatettfor the County -eet of Sullivaa pall et away, tht roioo of tha loyal rtter perwa. kotlce of them Smtlmn, who are digrclng "--. tbelr profrttioa by itreet Cghti, than if they were" a pack of hungry enrt quarreling over a carrait' Juit let them take It out Kilkenny tat fachion and the Old Dominiaa will be (mmeaturably benefitted thereby. ' ' ' Letters frora BJouhtrille. ' lo the Editors oj the Union Hay : i tocjii vaiE,"Jan. 20,1 860. . KtR8; A corre)ondfnt of the VnioA & American at Nashville, wri ting from Brintol, has most wantonly assailed me as Connty Court Clerk of Sullivan County. In the first place he charges that on the day of (l.e dec-, liun in Blonntvillc, for the ratitica- lion or rrjection jf an act of the Leg- nlatnre to remove the Court House from Wountville, that I fraudulently si'nod blank certiCcatc ant rilacod them in the bands of persons with in tti uctions to ascertain who would vote for Illountville, and then fill them tip and band them to such persons, all of which U notoriously falite; as I Certi fied for enly tight persons on that dity, all of whom proved their loyalty affording to law, as the record will show. He further nates that at Moorn' district, where at a previous election luld for Jkcprecutative, there was only two rotes polled, and at the Court Haute election tie same dis trict polled forty. How he ascertain ed that vote I know not, as there ix no such district in the county, conse quently that U ral. Id the next place ho atatea that there are only nino or thirteen votes in the Hlonntvillo district, and at the Court House elec tion thoro were cat 140 vote., thus endeavoring to make the false impres sion that there were 127 epuriooa votes cact. The largely increased vote cast, at Blountvillo (if he Lad wished to represent facts,) can be ea sily accounted for. It was a day on which a quarterly term of the Coun ty Cotirt was held, requiring the at tendance of all the Magirttratoe of the County, and the election being on tho same day, drew to ; that point a large concourse of citlions from every por tion of the country, and in addition there were no officers to hold the elec tion in three districts in the vicinity of Biountville, which nearly all voted at Blountrille. And I would further state that thice fourths of the Magi tratua of the county are opposod to the removal of the Court; llouso, and whilst the matter was pending before the Legislature, they mado an appro priation and appointed om.mission ers to repair the Court Housoso cer tain were they that a Urge majority of the people themselves wars in fa vor of it remaining m here it r.ow Jj, and consequently lis statement is fslse. And I further say, that the man who would givt currency to such a statement is simply contemptible, and as such, I should not have noticed bis articlo, but he gives currency to a ru mor whieh some of the defualod in tho election believe to somo extent, aud I am confident wilt bo willing to hear the truth. ' ' . I would further state on the subject of real estate, fas be ia ploasod to Nir York, Jan. U. Tho Herald's Fortress Monroe correspondent writes: Cspt. Alexander, of the Ktnpire City, arrived at the Fortross on tho 3d from Key Went ' Ho ronorts tfint Dr. Mttdd. Spangler, and OT.aoghlin, the Lincoln assassination-conspirators, all ocenpy ono room'and wore In good health. They do the most ranml and dHgrading work about the prison, Dr 31udd has hehavod 'with exemplary propriety since his failure to escape Anrna tlrnA OrfA anrt ia aviitant Ivf mi riml tnarge.) tea a nave no reat esiaw in jtl)? ,0 rin(ltlU0 himself in the good work of repairing the walls goes "bravely oa," wa Invite friendi of tb old oaunty, " from near and from fur, " to come to at and help baitd np the old towa that ba Celt, ter ribly the ravage of the war. Wa want ke telt, priest reaidencei, and ctore-houiei, Come aad build, and we will yet bare a plea tent village, j i . , ...,;.,,'. j ,-. . ; Cup tain, you hive ao doabt noticed a nilgh- ty letter la the Uuion American, -from Brit- to!, about, the Court-Uouna, and lUUe of every thing elae. ltcompliunj dreadfully ff. frnudiiufkgioai fraudt ia tha election, by tbt Clerk of the County, Wra. C,,Eaapp ,l tbs maai aad I well known to tbeiC.optrnor of the Sate. J We (bcLaaturcd be ill teatify to bit booeatpand loyaltjr. . Jit lay ULounU- vilt voted too muck, battayi aotbing of th Brittol trot. That teat jatll rigUt of eourtc. Ho did they bpcoatt aojuyal ?,s II it a. aw, thing cfrtaiuly. The vote at Blountrille wat large, beeaniv it was quarterly Court. . The people all came here klagiatrata too, were all here, and they voted right. They art the repretentMives of the people, therefore tht peopl were all right. Beiidct, then waa aa election brld In leveral of tne diitrlcti near Biountville, mott of the votert coming bare. Rebelt wero laid to bare .voted ia tbil elec tion with rebel llagi above their ticket, Did yot not priot the tickets, and wai there not at tb top " the old atari aad tripeT" ! W reft-r you and Governor Brownlow to thii litter. It will tell you mmy, many thing important forth Governor to know, partit Vary, and at tbs writer tuggctti that tblt lection afford groundi for ventilation, ws feel certain that the Governor will Ventilate thii letter from beginning to tad. This let ter telli at of tb Cburcbtt of Briatol it tell of the Storei, Confectionarirt, Drug Storet, Tinthopi, Newspaper, and that it ia to be tome a city, but sayi nothing cf the Liquor ihops we hope Ay are pat down. We ad mit that Brittol ia a proiperoui place that it la to become a city. Then why ia tbs name of CbrUtiaaity aad humanity thould they leek t atrip Blonatvillt of the I ait veitlga of bar priitine glory. " W Juititia, riut talurn. " All heaor t Win. C. Snapp, tka gallant Mulleaix, and tb Maglttratat of tht County all troe and loyal men, who have laved the connty from aecetetaioa, diiintegraiioa aad abiolulf aad entire drttruetloa. Very retpcetfully, . . . . AX OLD CITIZEX. 0. B:VrUhl ir.vr, v.. . r ' i k... ...-.ul.rl rrrerred to. But til Ian- . r.- irV"""u I ,Wet i obvioutl, adar,..cd l , ' . IZL. erniuent tp decide whether they! will c wtiikCantrel, i outlyOverall. eider St. p'otalng an Iniipendfit nail' a I . (.(.,. . L. . ) I I.b fen aula n and aata saa !i , .---, n.L. .k.itt rti unit Aer Wlmm.T tiittrU Thitl is an action' of debt.' brouKht "lS ' j, J .iitaVed, and ta in the CUiuii tourt of Shelby coun .nraraiB-flt of IPtaaed over -the-tolohy ty, to recover $300, due by a promisory Unchanged." ' .... Letter from Nashville. He vis or BcrasicRTarivsi, 1 - Naatville, Tenn., Jan. lo, litis. KJitor$ Union FUigt - - - . -,, Dsaa fiiaa :-J am under promiae to , give you information la regard to important men, uret aad acta that may be pending before tha Lcgi.iUture, and accordingly will state that a voluroiaonl (not to any anvthing of iba amount of money, required), tjcsool Bill, to eitablith I'ublio School ijyitem ia tht. State,, it now prading before the Sen ate, and it andcr an exciting diicnttios, but with what prospect of paiaage, I cannot a. . - t - . . - The bill giving tboie of Indian and Afri can drtctnt, the right toteatity in tne Cotirtt, ii before the floufe, aud the ftblett effort! art being made ia Its behati think tke bill ariU pan aad Uere by tb cone'itu'.ioaal barrier wilt bt removed, not allowing them tht elective franchise (I mean those of In dian and African deaceal.) How thir tad den ehiagt la our political relation will ef fect the peopU of tb Mute, I tanaot lay, but hope that thii will ant tlct tack a thock aa that fi out which we ar Juit merg. ing. More anon. ' L. it. t. J him - uaighetf to Med 'J.-, 'Scon Sttua i ! Ross vsTlmlry:wrt.Hy ana y qcovu UTeraijrwui sues mat tciiuUd. aotisifif'i'- man era biboa v 1 n v u u aad tino u 9" "ur ,. - , The conteslbere arbies on a receipt ad SensetMt Wyi W". ' uaa . . i i-h ii aC i aa ias uii in a inter cnia. .1'at' tor eauo, execuiea ny vrversii on tno - - '"r7i,.-r r.Tii r.iurt of 0,Kf flAiml-iTWBiHriAr.-lffa-hi: Savannah pirates, ia the Cir.u.t Uu of one Of th plaintiffs In rror." The 0(TNew Yurk, Mr. Jnttice riclion, with wboui paymont Waa it! what U- known.; as Ssipmaa, Judge, concurred wkile delivering '.Confederate tnoney," and -the face tlft opinion of tb Courtj uj oi' the receipt showl it WSS tO ba CO- ,,eUtatfcUtliOoalteHuibavethr.wa . r . r 1 , , m-t ik. mwot od utheriiv of thf Curl Uarerninnril tered as a credit on the note sued, on !li l i ZL tv- sm'S The credit waa not '"WV":'' T. ir.iirt ct)tered,nd under the Inetrtjcintms of I aitwna.t ot'td i aiivb uui. the Circuit Judge te- tne Jury ,tMj:S,jE;!S was a vordiot for the full amount of tM, aa, a ttmxiy ura !i?.l,r.0 """. the note, with interest, thereon, and "". judgement , pronouneed according to luw-tS the findln of the jury, from which an of tb.. But o. 'frS JLTi-'i" u . ' ... aaaierlal Wtl-riattlilwtiiai-M trf ra'Ttilrr. Tnla appeal io error IS prOSeCUUd tO this traaebe tiaaca4aaleaaaWamfailut Ut lD colir .-' ne, Moa to lh. Ikmrta ofj! omoiry. It laf,lta "ru n- r j ' .t. m ka- aijw. VIIUU4 tiuxv,) aiuuna vuvr i float, ui( aawi cnarn" wi ' thines not excepted to, in subsUnce .Tt-SSM told the jury, that the receipt was an laawtUtts-artmcBiahavejonia"i ,""'"." andcrcakini on the part of Wall to "T r'T TlT, see that the 300 paid.should bat-red- Th. uttA j0dge, 'ftcr- aeclnrlni? that ited on the note, aa innsmtuoh, as tbo this bt been the uniform coursb of deriaiuo credit had not been entered, the an aad practice of the cosrta of the Cnited1 deftaking , was executory; ahdfttust Butes, gi o.n.frtbr t :(.) J. be sopported by.a good or valuable kThmo n ih. apabkcir er soa m.i ' I- . ; - . I l-k -iiri Ihiltf UoWrnOlttltt VITBIIVi.W FVlftuailllH Consiucration t ana inai " vonreaor- 'mM ceuutrt? rra k.knowif.tB-a ty frem Ike III Jra4. New Orlkaxi, Jan. 10. The lUn. cl.eTernfthethTfl-,tivfns tho l'olfowing; 'etorday aevck 1 olllt'ors and men'' ,t fowled trim Clai ' jvillo, Texas, and loolcup qujarlurs;.i;pparently for th nlglA. SiVtly D ior midnight the gutjfjj, at tBt Jerry. And along theriv-i er were surprlbud and dinsrfted by t'lfls) yayt-ii.iwws"ayeaviiel)lia , "'"Such lightersas wero. aihand wer ' I immediately Buif.etfy mfP 'wUh' (heri ; "tho entire milithry- 4ixci nt ' Clark' v i goventy-five men, were completely aotwIajL'd and t-aptursd. ' ' Tho comrnundor of the post and 'Cpii)tinf1thff"rWS,o taken pris. fcfters' whifo fh tetf. It is reported thntlho lormer, was. In 11 led, .And, tbs laWobcapfUy l it pon, tiUtingJho town, pillaging itiU pluiidoritirf wa'bnaiedfaudy jjuJ auguratod. Tbo warehouses War gfituilj onfltho contents crossed to the Amerfcan sido. ' ThO'ifunboaf AnRn1e,?6o(ng tfdnij ' on to surrcijdttr, she a,nswjereu with a hroadsidc Hcattcr'iif 'tho filfib'nsteri Tho second 'deinaml' ma'de-Avah,,,. swcrdl jni;Blmitiar,tfianhcf.'.TIiea Antenie -was n 'route up tha river, .t AaJkiialrJitiiJ tirgoauWoi bBr,.asa "; Jcilleth- t""r ', .- !. At daylight the 1'rontli toea of-Wnr" in the hitrbofoponcd Brdi cdtnipollin."1 i ouster in xauci" reuigu to' iiie partoLtein. ., ,t A"ta , the HI upper ate-monev. navtnir oeen tssueu "ctci um, .h ..v.. . i i ,i T4 tW-rJPt'.J 1 1 U . . - '""iSf.. .rnliit. pttar to tht. venwltte), 4 Sariar eJ 0 be UltrtV Oil fatlt SiU. V..! ' ngsinstpnhliopobcyand.witbout.au. llM,Tli wr b.t. i.n .a becm it l, .' ,'.", , Y ' v eimttiiee'- thoritv of law was neither a trood or t seuey f it"rai.oi to trit it "ts,.BtatC(f .that fSo tmmfUn,,. inoriyoiiaw.wasneiincragooa or ..fju. .miiw tuiijr t .tb. nu of drimamiod bv Colileod and-tUon ,i a valuable consideration.' ' !yu d hiii.. -J in n-.t "'nm:'""0 p Hu ,"eo" ant-on., I Waiving all criticism on hia Honor, JSutp B,w1Vl11' the Circuit Judge, construction of the' fWSt ffi receipt, we think there is co error in fT'T tip" S the ch rge of which "the appellant ! At Ittst 'stcotrTtte thflllbustertr" siill' hold the town, Tfiuot-atlis wreuor- lr ihi u ih rul tt iba T.-dimJ t'oitrti. 4rA rM" ef; rvolt m! .r. oiioD of a new C 'V. -nunrat, " li-n-.r" " luroirt aatlnDn. rurt n-re nle ppliol'l w1 MWiirWill (tape i n'i""', " ' have any ground of complaint. The wholo question turns upon the valid itv of " Confederate monev.'. and we tu oi - ' ... i:k . J- r. k....a. Mtoarf aaawaoyeroia. m e iiwi ut iiucrvy iuduuv iv, ujr ivuu1 In? upon the distietion between exec utory and exocuiedlcontracts - Was tho " Confederate States" such a sov erign and dependent political corpo ration or organization, as authorised it to coin money, issue its bonds or nntri nn thn fuith onrt frA't nf tha organization, and bind the people of r,1B,rr "C?".""V" I-TT! "J ?'J the so-called ' Confederate Stalest' . f imlltu(U.of .onktructiun. for the payment thereof t This is the The count ar bound to- follow tht action of question with which we have to deal, th political departments of the FedcrnLgov- and however mucU the business Iran, "nmi, ana wnea mry iu w fe.u.c ,Vi- I. ..r .l:. c.... nine the esiiUuc. of the ,m- Government, n.u... u. t...uaup. v. a... sj.) eonru can da Both In t' more, than, ndmla- may m I iitwi vcu hi h, ww iibiv ,ter the law at they exitl nndor tb old one duty to perform, and that is, to Any otbtt reia of practice ycli breuk.up tread the path marked out by the law. I the harmony of the grjvtiimei ltsr and th utberltvuf the eon""' ov waica r run4 la a4atlantrtna har Ut. 4D lauwunwuoti It M pruf to mt, tt" t'onfi-Seiale filnlre wu.l BrifJ be rteoanliixl b)r Ibe eulittt-at dvvMw-t 4 th ..ni, mmimli in nlr to be rue salt! .t tha rii nf f hai Miuntrv. Mmlv. tlw IrciiUitw end ca catlvlistrtiiKBU. onni k t the ae ofjlkeM ScpartaniU aa tMi- of the . Thatvt U tl act ef tbo nation Uiroush burcuMitiuiioaai fuuuc au Iborlllue." ' ' J 1 The reason of tbil rule it to bbvloas', thnf xpoi its poBlicsl and J4(dal depytmwt to continued contticlt. juo one mum re- eoiaix the " Coottdtrnt Sjutoi," at a gov- ernmeni a tacio, ana iae mm r ininwi, la such caaS, wootd ludcs between theml So, alto, of the reetioo'of i ew 'foreigfl To coin money is an act of!over- eicnty, and by the older authontiea it is held of euch vital importance to the honor of the Stato, that it was nlnr.A4 a mna it I Ii A tiAPAipat lr na Af maty. esty-and could not be delegated. frnent, intone t.i,. . J - . . - . I a,v- in aail initpniindaflft 4towr. nnu til ine laun anu cretin oi mo oinic i ,.-,., B,.h . ui .011m innila was always pledged for the aenaine- .... i. inu-rmimubii conllict of uower nesa of the coin, and the wisdom and I at home, and endless diflculties abroad. Tl nnllii. K ani.lant law. , wrnulrl not I act of racornifini the elistenc. of a new iw -ff. ik. ...;... nftl.i. tovernmeat, ia the act of 'be tiifion itself, . ..... ... .... - Msreis of .overeign power, right to any Other band tbao the ,S " don y any laferlor power, It could reigning sovereign. avail nothing either U th new, goverpmrot Under our rorm or government tne or t ita cititea. . wsati atuvaavags, n ny richt to coin money is by the Const! positbllity tbourt were t- reeogalie union avnrfl-.lv deloiratad to Con- the Coofcdurat State at S Oorernmeut e tution, expresHlyOeiegsteO am,, would accrue to thoae who one claim- gress. uui io exercise vnis ngn., re- r. ;l. h. ,,,.,- ibStf 1,7 . -utb- a,- TecotM quire the exertion of : the sovereign Buioa, if it wr'legnlijr pouille, coald only 1 H0wr of tne nation. IN O loss power I bar an International-otieranoa. 11 codiu tiinn tbai eAnaant tit knnaa ft I C.nn. aot beneficlallr effect iixiividuaU. gress, with the approval of th, Pre.- , . V 'Lt,t. laeni, can auiutirno to. coining u, d B0 , Mf .km .. . U h n .r t. l,,,nrt- I ... ' I uiuiur, or u imwuw ui mo uudiiirdr it will not Do conteaoea mat on notes of the United plates, predl I the Court of tht United Smtes, Ktl or Fed entail nn the. faith and credit of tho eral. are bound to execute the lawt of an ex llnct ioturgent powc, enactea agHimi uie Tho tinhliah'ttrl ,.n. Ilntlcn nf IU M! J na aurtiy r(n , - r, o 1 r ... . tbt) Uaitei ute, 'anu axpretsiy . ior.ua Confederate States, . di ffers iq poth- ourtbrow. , Sucfc a princlpsl we, spprcb'ad, uigiruin uurunn wim i-uapoet, 19 lue wouiq lit us)receai--uit) asju airwiqr viirra-. grant ot those powers, ana the mode "v . ne ipturjenu to k vn- -. . 1 T. ... 11 I taea or their owa wronir a nrinc Dal ahuor. u., eaoru... S i....i. , uurpwns tuny " . . , iwmA' to confer the power to Mtsue bonds or V " TZ ..l 7.:Z.Z MS -cZi .r 4- .-1 v... 1.1 -i-.r r "-' w .- iivmury uywn, uuv muiu mav poim- aretcction can wrua.te, ladividusla under iUtaipo I (;u the third inntant, i Fan Antonio arrived tborS in Un days " fi-om '.Monterey and Soltillo." 'The Jr'rcnch troo()S had" fallen baglf to Saa " 1 Louis do Ptrtowl. ) l .: tto. Tho New Orleans Delia thinks it uniinio'us thnt pointoon ti-ains bavs . been ordered ; to ; the- itio Grandei They were ordered from Orlcaps by,' 'dirtctioiis of General Sheridan whose 1 Chief til glnfT Is now at Brownsville,". 4 Ktf'YoRKi'Jari. 18 -e Jlernld', Fortress Monroo corresponolonce sa'viii The vigilance of the military author-' itis, in their search for .any persons'4 who may bo-concerned in the atiposed . j)lot lOvli,berato Jtiir.JDavik'bss no) j been in degreo relaxed sincethe ex pulsion front: tho district of all" who lira 'known .to buyo,bc?n at, one time .in tho rebel army. A., sharp- iuokoot. i Is still kept on all.ntrivals, both by land and wnwrj and theconepiratrrrs:1 if portonity- for, the' proseeutloirufr- thoir suherae a , i -i Lohpxo, irceTT. Ponnrjvan, wo f al fcos-''; ictotj of KeniNibov ha been lenlenced.to pennl tmltrede for life. at't .. .. . T .. i - - : i " t A leitevbat hem received In Llverpeol which confirms frie'stkrtment th 'Strpbeat' tht k'cuian Centra' i safe I i'aritv.-. . u v ; AJlie fetideuckf .thebride' jnotheHs j liiabethtea, Tenn., by Rev. It, l)j Klatk,." J0IIS TVJLCQX u ilAKQARKT.jABSEK. Prices of UacatrcJt'.Jlwaej'r UT1 c." n. obd WAY.. ."!.' Iralb. nui pa,dC. h. OHOWAV, 11. imii MttMt a. -an,. toi.i airti, .-.a i . 3 li.ua qasiailna are St. . rwi STTttr.-Tief:. JeaaarV . Ilea. CrMTOlB,JTJJIftHr.1T Md.NKV, t Mkf 0l. IHIIlf I I'.I.Uti.tT bU taUaiM but mae L anaat a.a aaitkam-a 1, niu ar tune IKt iiiimh toaaietnueal eiiaaaar WSiraM, If p,riHrllihoitt d-Ur, TKstitMlea '-baai tf firtta -; 1 ' Baa of (aa IM Rutuef Baak to . "f cat organization lawiuiiy exercise such power f Was it such an 'lnde pondept State as would suthorixo the exorcised aovorsigl powers ' It is claimed for them thai they had thrown otT the power and authority of the Government of the United Slates, and so far erected a net" and Confederal law. Tney were enacted with out lawful authority, aad agaiaat ik poiiitfi law aad ConttRdUott' of tbs Uatteet utea, and tb -ourtt of tb county ar bound to rent them at if they had uevvr1 been pro mulgated. 1 -J .. ' i- . I Applying tfiei priatoipie to tb ease tmser i...... . i. ....laaymeai ..uuHrnuo.., K,Cr...,...t M w uo " I beed mad la "Cetifedefate aNHtev,' the Couuty, and a it regards my of ficc, there waa to bo no new County consequently it could not effect me; so where is the question of money, re al eetaU, Vc. to iodoonu me to evade the law, an he says. - ' ' I would here mention the fact, that although there was great interest man jfoeted in the elociion, yet tho tote Cast ws greatly srua!lT than at . the last election for Bopreeentativa. I tberefor pronounce ear-b and very sUtement ma by . Conservative in rslation to the said efectioo as ma'i- It rennlre resllti'ts f tst tlaUMtes ari . , . .. .v,. . - . , . . . .. . ineusly falae. :I kao' iovi won wha pretsutt-u fr obi "fltstfl !!! la ftbet- 7 . . .1 . . lttth., .it,.. e.rw;s r..a r.hi.w'w, ba largely bensfittej by tha t th tf ri, rfcMnui f wbsrb ii tbs right retnorst, are diip'ii by tbi res q It, .'ti"B.. 7Ut th raeeue t'ji 'ao,J Vt rf ily U tei;re any ta't Iht opinion of his custodians, and his for. mer easy and agreeable place in the prison boHpiu). , . ... -i .-i, 'cw York, Jan. 11. Tha He'rajd'a Tervqto special says;, At a mooting; of the Montreal Qoard of Tpdo, bold ycSstcrday, resolutions , were pawed aflirmlig that po adequate moans ex ist for enabling Canada to eomplelb with the Krie' Canal, and that the Wolland Canal.'niust be epIargedVtlia gfeatt.Lawrenoe lock lengthened and deepened, and a now canal boitt between J-ake Cham plain and Bt. lawrence. ' " ' i retitions to tha home government, looking to a' peaceful secession frdm Enrtand and annexation In the Col ted States, or the formatioa ct a ep. arata govern owst are said to ba in eireolatioa araoog aoixxiuaistain tb lural district - i ' . -' t consideration, tber eji bet aw JiflcaKy ia determining the Tigbla Hf the parties. JTb Is erloced by tho receipt, bating . I- HTAfuluJ. tt m -i. leaat, 8 government dt faCtO, and a I irlv void. The naoer Ittelf barm brea auch entitled to all the rtihts and nri- lued lnst pubii polity for aa enlawful t vilege oeiongtng W t sovsrolgn and purpose, ana wuuoai any aamor- independent nation.' - - - -.---. n V Uw wbieb th.tt atoU 1 I aka-.sa aannat itnl ha hatM sta wnPthlftaT nan It atal k al t Mm a w aantt it It n t f Snrnfi.' do to, would b te tettle, by jadieial deter- ;(,tlo(l,( blitl p. Sr, Isnoed Wilh.ut pay If minatioo, what tk " Confederate 8utet" I aathotity'wbaUver, ltd thtretor aiorthr tailed to tcbiert br rml Tht vtrr ohleci I i... i. ,k. . nnn. n ;.,. tb Confederate rotate, bad I view In the iigdeb,. ' r r ' a " -- - vwmuifcv i i nit awinain-kar nexai sanrimHn sasr m m kat . LrinftiDtl of thi Mtlona. bAww' waa t at. I a t . l a . 1 a t UblUh a seperate, Indepeadent, aaUooaJ i- r. i lh, fM. Wa vt. Street A Co., 1 aieact, ano lamng to accompnin tan eb- Head. 609. the court ialdi"A payment of nod, though ' lnntiWorthwi jer,, ,n Lourti or me eouniy can aaora no I genuine bank notei, tuppottd by both par- ....... .., ... - ftiw tirt to a t' I . ,1 ImI III II. ... l. H. - t i vi-a jj a...,- r-.i..-- k-ak arTs ar - YK", -r...... a....uU an. will bt binding, and th rftt mutt rn on l-.d ".; , iJl i,aasii.sal'i Amtreonenr ling It eaaiwetar. It r.c.lv,r, la lb. sh-.nc. ,f fra.d.. It it ate. -.. 3 - - A J 1. sb. 1 It not a Jndlclal qatttlea, bat eminently MwlM tf in. ndui DM'tule-sn w .t.rh.M. . tf be determined by thi i Legltlatlve and Eiecs- forged paper would fold and hart no afw l-.ma aeat. tate-r r -.-k m .Nx 'Jj HTn VV? . A"0".?'" Vta..ffedltor p.yme.1 J J'-.A',, HalUMk ea lateraaUenal Uw, tee. tO, wkil nta-.iittir.a debt,'' ' r--. P.a .a Ud.pe.d...ftbsew8ut. is retog.lrtd hl wb.a th ut purporting to . ntr, t Sana .(iw,. .t , bytb g0Trmfat of the ee.atrr of which i ...i...kii. a .i:J r..n , hiJi. n;y U .aia a V It wa btfur parr, er'bf 'b fvrelgs Rim waen IU eoverelgsty r araw ta ejneetioa, court af jitllee aad privets ladlvld.al are boo ad Is ceauider tk aaeient Hal f thing a rtmalplaf aackangtd." Ia th ease af Hot vs. Blmtlv. Crck. Ill, thft an'iitea cats directly aader re- vle, asldCkler Justice Marshall, deliver lag the apinhvw tb soart, taidt "Tk tolnay ef til Pomlago, originally beloagirg ta Ftaaea, bad broke th bead wbieh tea. SeeUd bet with tb parent Sum, bad deelar. ed berietr todVpa4w by arm. praet aad It, Dtmlsgw. Jt ktt beta trgetd that eoleay, bavteg declared. Itttlf sever, tig State, aad having iba far auliulasd h eeriistr by rwi, ajnet U teatUntd Vnoa ilankl it Uaak of l.(ttM;' MnOMl It fitr lukst aa..ti ii tl) trjKWN' 4MlS JSMb'i'L Coaam-ra I DO MMbaalca' Baak " Kwttlla - - SO Mn-haah,' aad I'lsa- MMipbU A T7 M' twin t tt is , j" Mlil.lUTiDuaasae VO 'tls'nlert Hank 1 ' . !' ,Hrta.'a.-e. j rM an-'r M " th. I'aloa . par M'llt ll CAKOMSi. Waat laaats kaakaf Cap Hft nhe bam, -. .f r, tMrtaw -i Jf I'll. H.. r' . M ' ( UrwHoa ' U rowaMrrM DaaaV-" su a J 1 'ICaaaw ' llairhaala' M J f ) j VaMtanill tl Nwtkara. awr ,. M ) tu - 1 "' tl ni rtiTyvitrt m-- waytw- Irmdttf kVu r " " " ' Va-lailuW I Ufa a.-t Im- ,VJi.41. .iill'' ..ranea fViMMnv US rw.n ,-l aaa.ll SV kll.TK I'AKOUSi. t.,m.r. Uaak tl 1 b all CaralMs, i 1 w aaackaaw' Saab f - ink ef Sott-ra ' .', A sliik.ra'aaritaMn fill ri snrstiji.-i Sank tf Ca.lfl. . 0 r' CWI.la-,. J5 ' ' fiffaMUiarm IV ' a.HaaaaiMI IA.., Bank. ' "'tlnituie f aakMB-rk!.V Tavatua ' ! H. 111. .A-.. .Cuuvaraa " CaataMrcaya Baa , II towaHtll EiclmaHW laank It . . . Iba ai ' lannrnaa Kirnat r a M-t; I Z. a a. 4 a tn. ,,mm - J- laaak H-f.han'a, Ink' I alt F.upkY llnk I . f f I , 40 n.biasa Baal T IrauK as is a ak r-laeiTa- aUVtaLi Ia. Pla , , : r . n.u p pa nhw.tT Sijlraayf to- 1 "W lualawae llMSllt l (-! rVaeral Saak ae II kkrtM i . -Saakji-e ass- 11 " th valLT a. .i I TV v trvu.i . to .1 fj Vlrfln ' " 1 - ' w k-rllae (' . ; i 1, SA 'ih sad treaUd kf ether aatiee. - I snpsevt ef to. a rimer i i seetnae ef.YV.tel bv iwii.n ruuiic IUlli T wyii p r . . i. . u t v- - V ' . - ... ... . . it P.kAf'a.PA tb 11 aud Lonntttutiin Jt tb timetrTTlf f i State, aad eiprl.4ereiiUaTe(..o"'. Bat W do aot say, thnt a rm might sot ariee, lavolving uafdrt tuuney a th basis of aa tieeattditsatratt, where the right si tht parties , were vtsipA wbkMb ...... r.. ,v. ... .. . i." -,k ivvilff, ivi iv ICVIV VI pt'l.l.J i "viimi ii'. disturb. In tblt case tht eredit wl ael ta tered, aad the Ipplicatlon of th. erladpla ! Uhul eatbarraatmeat. -1, " '- ' AOrwtketa4fti.it i-ll.. ' ' " . "Kia'f t,7ndr. 'Atteet: J..t. (W, l'tk,. jJJ . rST Jasia IjsaeghH "Wa. rjaai,' all it tpeCloik, Crertsn,lls Itid. aod Tbo. ferry, th f4rtr at Uk Uafernts. ; te tj -.r i U rv.r.j'i i-u ...r last t f'tnvf ba- j, 1 al Sntaara Sak 1 K-a,s Cairat B.ai a'.La.l S c.a.ial a-ik . . fWH , a...x ' ' " ia a.,..- I Jimihata raa ' " i iit-p a - , a -rt 1 .. A. .. J irt h. a -a . J II.MI Sa C iwwre i.li.ai' . , I ' ' 1 11 -4 . . .. xh k- a " , m ) -r'a S.rffaal m4 V .a "", f Saiiaiaa ("a.a H a. h'"" r- V , . raa tuoaeia: . .'ra Sail S'k' 6-lf'l S.nrraal Mat Baiiaiaa i n,(ap wt I)a.Mi."i $m4 S aU ... VO .- Hwlx Ha.k . . . r 1.1 .SBot-r-aa , , . IV nl i 4 S-..'. .ant 11 1" r.-- l"t l"4 Sasl f S'Vss , Jt fr-i- Ta f'. . ,! ,.,1' ". 'i ' '" '" faiflftaaws'- " Itwalr" Velarli.l,fWajtaM t. " a. l-r -an, f -,, 1,i--, aja -i. p . - 4 a tti . w - . k . . ', I ; k ti 'A )a1 a ' .a. at . - i 't- A i ! t 1 isi. t. I i kl ill a ' 141'