r, 3d, of Davidson; William Wallace, of Blount.
For the Districts.--1st District--Samuel Milligan, of Greene.
2d District.--Wm. G. McAdco, of Knox.
3rd District.--A. S. Colyar, of Franklin.
4th District--S. D. Rowan, of Warren.
5th District.--John F. Doak, of Wilson.
6th District.--G. W. Buchanan, of Bedford.
7th District.--Lucius L. Polk, of Maury.
8th.--G. A. Washington, of Robertson.
9th.--B. F. Lamb, of Henry.
10th District.--Robert B. Hurt, of Madison.
11th District.--Jos. R. Mosby, of Fayette.
A landlord Cowhided in New Orleans.
The New Orleans Bee has the following in relation to an affair which occurred in that city on Wednesday last:
A certain landlord, who has probably more money than wit, received a severe castigation, Wednesday evening, at the hands of a fair tenant, whose husband is a volunteer in Virginia.
The story is that she owed him an amount for rent, which he wished to make the grounds of an ungenerous advantage.
After pretending to