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ravage of the i'ltil Kithts Bill.
The KDAt catae to a vote on the
Civil 1'igliU bill, Friday, aud passed it
ov-r the veto by a oi of 33 to 15.
Mr. Morgan, of New York, changed
bin vote t tbe negutive, but owing to
tLe unfor;utiate abuco of Mr. Dixon,
the result was not all'ecKd thereby.
TL friend of the measure claim a
two third majority in the House for it;
ku J have added one to their strength
by unseating Mr. Brooks, of New Yoik,
and givicg hi place to a radical.
Jhe tarliest oproitunity will, no
doubt, bti taken to test the constitu
tionality of the measure in the Su
The Boston Transcript thus read
CoL N. O. T)lor out of the good gracea
of the R.ton radical, and closes the
gates of the city against him:
C I V : TyUr of East Tennessee hs
l.U,.Jhia'.Miia-liiietH fueuds wilb io.hfi
tiat.ou, h.Kno l''U ut hi. c ...rdur-
li c,lieaKu'., Ho.H.-e M.vua,.l, Pe"" J'
l.m.er.an.l l-l- t-.e-. r. ii'l.-. ed etl.-rt. v
eerv..-e lo U.a I'l.i"" Il'lh-t. parly. Hi--t.u.-l.velv
.en-eiv.u toe lr.- a.l.ou, ol
the uv.l i -.Uilau.. Cl T.ylr '
lh.. rneiiiy-. . P. " S- J lU '
I... p,w.r ...tbe.....rl.e.J. Hiselueui
1 . . . .. i ant Trll ll'UlM
re.MlB Oi lUO .11,...
1.1 ,eer.ve.l IVomll.8 rebel syinpal l.uers
h.,i. he lia.atlln. la.e day ehoseu
Li. purl, lto.lou b b- e-peoiallv k.n.l
....I Bei.er..u. to Cl. T.vlor; Ihr.e uo have
,t l.. .,-...i.- i h.m are Ibe moil -.rp.
alhi.p"l'"--"l a...ta.-y. ami hoi '-'
.. . In.. at-ai... '1 hey w.U romemher
t.s apeeel. m our r.ty at .be .l.nu-r five.
t Mitjor t,.-uerl lloar.l.lhe honored head
olth. l-reedmeu-a Hure..., au-l rogurd that
a, tne la.1 word, of the l".val 1 ;"'"-
Whil.t among the S. yuiour.aud loueevi .
f...,e.-l,rul he will be no long" reeognued
If the loval liearts of boston.
Do. s ihe Transcript think Col. Tay
lor .n pleading the cause of uffering
T.ast Tennesaeans before New England
aud.eucea, meant to barter his right of
thought and principles for alula? Col.
Taylor is notonoof that class of men.
He Ls stood upon the antpState sui
cide platform, and he ttnd there
w.,ii luu.innuucli aolf-respect to
advocate the promotion of those who
deny hita bis seat in Uocg-e-s iuu .u.
iusult hi constituency and State.
m a a.
Tl,- All, an fX. Y..) Evening Jour
nal, ia an article giving proofs that the
situation of atlair in the South does
uotjubtify the IWideufs Teacelro
ciamaliou, says :
"V,tuef the slHteineut that in au el.-e-.
.. i...,. ..i l,a Lrt-iaiutur It. leu-
t,.-.-ee la.t week, .1 beeame neceary to
...rrooud the ivol! in many plaees with ol
.( re, iu order to teciiie I nu.u tu. n an oji
) rr.untiy to vote al al!."
Except in this city, none of the polls
in tin. S Late on the occasion referred
lo, were surrounded with soldier-, and
here thev wro entirely unnecessary.
At uo election in this State has it been
"w.vu.ry" to place soldiers at the polls
"to jr.-.rr I'm.ot me an otjKuni!y .
v it at all" The statement is altogeth
er erroneous. No Union luau has been
niolenled in the exercise of the right
ofsuilrage. The placing of soldiers al
the poila in this city was one of the
rueaus ued bv the radicals to inl.uit
date conservative voters, and keep
them from volicc. but it laileU. Alauy
v.ho did not intend to vote wete
purred by this piece of malicious par
ii.ani.m to exeicise their right.
rrri aiiue to IVrpeloate Oppression
A il.et.au-h lrom Waahinglon to the
Cincinnati (iaieue announce that the
House Comruittee on the Judiciary has
afreed to rejKrt a new rule lor tnegov
eminent of the House, aud in the difi
iiit.on of the duties of the Clerk, which
is of the I'.rsl inuaorlanc; Jt is substan
t.aily that the Cletk, prior to the or
KauiiAtiou of the House, shall not place
on the toll the name ol any gentle
men claiming li be Representative
lrom anv of the State lately in rebel
l.on, till sujU Slates have been declared
by t'oiii-re. to be entitled to repreaeu
tatiou. They also provide for the con
tingency of the death of the Lleik.
ileira. Nunu and Sinclair, Heprescn
Utivea elect to the Legialature, have
beeu classexl with the radical. They
are, we are informed, conservatives aud
oppul to tbe Frauchise Bil'. Mr.
Stale, who place Mr. Sinclair takes,
was not a candidate for r t-lection.
Many of our readers may not under
stand the exact relation which the Pro
clamation bears to past event in a le
gal point of yievr. We will therefore
briefly state it: Ey the act of 17'Jj,
section 2, when the execution of Fed
eral laws in a SUte shall bs obstructed
or opposed by combinations loo powei
ful to be suppressed by the ordinary
course of judicial proceedings, or by the
powers vested in Marshals, it shall be
lawful for the President to call forth
the militia, and cause the laws to be
duly executed. By another law he al.-o
could employ the army and cavy in
When the exigency of the Southern
insurrection in 1SC1 caused the late
President Lincoln to Lsaue his procla
mation for the purposes above named,
both the Republicans and the Demo
crats agreed that under the law the
President was the sole judge whether
the emergency existed and had the
Constitutional power to call out the
forced of the United States. The war
went on under this power and author
ity. The Supreme Court in the prize
casns decided that under tbi law oi
1795, the President was authorized to
una the Laws of War as well as muni
cipal statutes in putting down the civil
war which had grown up; and they
further decided that although Congresi
had power to declare a foreign war, yet
that it bad no power to dtelars war
against a State or any number of States
by virtue of any clause in the Consti
tution; that the whole Executive pow
er was conferred on the President and
he was bound to take care that the
laws be faithfully executed.
The war was eolely prosecuted under
the original proclamation of the Presi
dent to execute the Federal lawa in
these States. Military peace has come,
aud now, after a year of careful trial of
the condition of that people in those
States, the President has become satis
fied that the combinations opposed to
the United States laws no longer exi.st
and that he can execute them by
means of the ordinary caurse of judi
cial proceedings. His proclamation
declares this fact, and the whole Union
is remitted back to the ordiuary course
of law both States anj Territories.
The insurrection is over peace reigns.
The effect of this new phase in the
position of the Senate and the House is
seen at once. Though they have a
right to make new laws, yet like all
other citizens that are bound to obey
existing laws the new ones are made.
No law has been made by Congress af
fecting or changing the position of the
Southern States, or pretending to do
so. They now stand just as Ihey did
ten or twenty years ago. The two
Houses tried ineffectually in ISf, I to
make a law taking away from the insur
rectionary States their rights as States,
and reducing them to Territories. Presi
dent Lincoln promptly vetoed the bill
and it did not become lw. The people
ratified his act and re-elected hiin Presi
dent upon it I u December, lSt'O, the
President by proclamation declared
the mililary war was over, but did not
proclaim the civil law restored. Now
he has restored the civil rights to tho.se
Slates and their people. Congress, who
may logically have said iu December,
we will not go futher and faster than
the President in restoring civil rights
to those Slates, have now no such half
way house to halt at The entire in
surrection is over; tho Courts of law
now revived will punish the guilty
whom the President thall bring to
trial, and there being no law of the
Uuited States to authorize the with
holding of their seats from the Senators
and Representatives of the South, the
two Housei have but one duty under
tha law, vix: to admit thaui to their
Beats. The obligation to obey the law
is as weighty on the Senate as it is on
the individual citizen so is it on the
House. They severally are only parts
of the law making power. If one part
from defect of legal power cannot niake
a law to please Lint, he is still under
the obligation t.) obey the existing law,
and hi refmal so to do U either nullifi
cation if passive, or if urlive it is insur
rection against the law. The plain duty
of the Iwo Houses now is to a lt.iit the
Representatives. Djston J'os!.
Trlect of the Proclamation.
The New York Times, iu the course
of a long article on Ihe Proclamation,
The iMiing of tlin rro. liiiiiiilion .it tins
oiiieijl i v i?riul!v important, in View of
tho brief pMU-e iu lb foin;re-ioiil nirug
glo, and the anxiety with w hu-h ll.e coim-
try watches lor hi renewal iu ioe ..-en.-..-.
Tbe l're.idout has now cleared tho ground
an thoroughly a. possible. The liu.nilo d
plea, lor exceptional legislation, predicate.!
upon tbe eontinuanc ol a slute ol war, and
its alleged constitutionality undar the w:.r
making power, will bo hurel'orih iiiadini!i
aible. There will bo no tenable pretence
lor ticking of or dealiuf with the South as
till in rebellion ; lor the l'resi.leut iu the
tuT.'i.i. of an iucoiiteotable authority, ha
declared the rebellion ended. There can be
no excuse for dictating terms to t'oullicru
Stales as cotoiuered provinces, or imp ting
conditions upon their people as subjugate i
rebels, at the mercy of the conqueror ; lor
the Kxecutive ol the nation ha. proclaimed
that tbe right, of Mules iu the S iuth are as
valid as those of r '.ates in the North ; that
the civil authority of Georgia i. as perle-t
in its .pbere as tbal ol MusnchuclU, aud
that the Southern people are, as a wboie,
loyally inteut upon doing the r duty as citi
ieu of the Culled Buioi. There can uo
longer be a decent pretext for excluding
boulhero Representative. Irom Congress, or
for euaotinjf law. applying peculiarly to
the Southern States, and euloicing provis
ion, which their author, daie hot tempt
to enforce in their own Slates, lothuex
tect, therelore, tbe proceeding of the Presi
deul cannot fail to exercise a potent inllu
ence uton the . ingi and doing, ol IVn
gress. It deprives th agitators aud nus-
chiet-niaker. ol tneir oi.iy spoio.y, sen
blunt, the weapou with which thev luiv
hilberto lougbt. They must either accept
the fact promulgated by the I resident, w itli
all its logical co ...equeiices, or asuui9 tu
attitude ol resistance to tbe aulhori y luw-
lullv vested iu him. In cue re, their tal
lies iiiuit undergo a cluing.", which can
hardly be for the worse. In the oilier, they
mill eal their eoiideinnalimi b. fore the
country, and convict theiusclvei of a desire
lo usurp p-'wer withheld Irjui them by
The New York Tribune iys tho sale
to an American of a Mexican territory
in the Uulf of California, known as the
lle of Carmen, threatens more or lens
to become a central point of debate in
tbe quadrangular discussion of the
Mexican problem. The island, which
belonged lo the Liberal General Vega
is rich in its great salt beda, and the
purchasers are a firm of San Francifca
No Imperial force or authority has yet
occupied it, but ihe quewtioiis may oc
cur to which of the two belligerent
Mexicos does tho island belong ? by
whom do the Ameiicau owners hold
poataeaaion, and to whom do they owe
The Washington correspondent of
the Republican Banner rays : ''It is a
matter of gossip among the Tenues
seans here that ll.o Presidc.it meditates
eeueral important changes in the local
Federal others in Teuneeoee, the con
duct ot s .me of Lis appointees having
be. n dtily n-porii-d to h.ui, but 1 really
.lo not lliii.k )ik1 audi can hn the ce
just yet, if at all. 1 think that he ha
his eye. and mind tiled upon much
larger game lhau the loaves and fishes."
We have received an official copy of
the Peace Proclamation. It applies lo
all the rebel Slates with tbe exception
EY LiiT MGHT'S JlilL.
Waaii'.si.inx, April ('..At one o'clock the
S. Hate to k up the Civil 1: -ghi bill.
Mr. Wade contended nguias. the policy
of tho President.
Jlr. Lane respoaded to some personal ro
insrk. of Mr. Wade.
Mr. Coohule witliel the Civil KighU bill
could b place t in charge of the Judiciary
Ooiiimiite,., t , frame aa ucol i.-clu.natlc one
:o members of ( oujjress and'the President,
a be, (lo 'liiil j;w. desirous of preserving
in. cole reiaii.ns between Congress aud
the Executive, although he had received
instruct, ons from Li. ueietatioa to vole for
the bill, Le should tot do t-j.
air. I'avia oe-ed tho bill favoring the
veto. He said ii tie bi i b came a law h.
should feel compel! d to regard himself an
enemy of the uovernmeiit, aod to work lor
air. Sau'tbu'y said he should consider
the patsag.1 of tbe bill as inaugurating trea
son, and would lead to bloodshed, war and
Mr. Votes urged the Senators to march
forward ia the .erformsn.-e of their duty,
aod do il now and heretafter.
The Tote was then taken, shall tbe bill
pas-, the Prsi;loi.t' veto to the contrary
Yeas Authooy, B-orn, Chandler, Clark,
Conness, Cragiu, Cresweil, Kjiminds, Fe.
senden, Fost r, Grimes, Harris, Henderson,
Howard, II .we, K.rkwood, Lane, of Ind.,
Morgan, Morrill, Nye, Poland, Pomerov,
Kauisej, Sbermm, Sprague, Stewart, Sum
ner, Trumbull, Wade, Wiley, Williams, Wil
son, Yates: 2:1. ,
Nays Huckalw,Cowsn, Davis, Doolittle,
Guthrie, liendticks, Johnson, Lane of Kan
u, Meboufi;!, Nerrcilh, Norton, Kid tie,
.-auio':ry, an v, ink e, and Wright; li,
Vr. Lixon waj absent.
tVhn Mr. Morgan rescinded hi vote in
ma stl.riiiative, the galleries applauded
h.in very load.y.
Ihe chair then announced with unusual
great applause that the bill, havinir reeeiv
e 1 a lw.-ihirds vote had become a law, but
uosequeiuiy me corrected vote had passed
On motion of Mr. Trumbull, the Eecrela-
ry ot the annate was ordered -tocotumuni
cateto the l!ou?e a copy ol the President's
lie-sage, together with the resu.t of the
Vote above given. .
The Presuleut transmitted communica
tion, from tbe Secretary ol the Treasury end
the lffii:nte.-Jenera"l a Idressed to him
br tho c ollicers, augg.-Bt.iiir a modiCeation
of the oath of ofne jirescribed b the act of
juiy, jst.j. He lully concurs in tueir re
commeuilalious, and as tho subject pertains
1 1 tho ellii ient administration of tin rev
enue aud pofttl law. in the Southern States,
he coinmi n 1. it to the early cousideratun
The leiter of the S .crefrry of the Treasu
ry c nliruis the names of Collectors of In
ternal ltevenue, Aises-tors, AssislHiil Asses-s-t9,
Collectors, aod Surveyors tit Customs,
ic., appointed since tho overthrow of the
rebellion in the Southern Stales, who have
not beeu able to take literally the oath of
oilice prescribed by the act approved July
iM.i. re-jides tiiese omcera a con.-nlera-bl
number, perhaps the largest proportion
of those holuiug euburdina'e pusiiions iu
me revenue Ueperliaeii's, have been also
uua'oie to comply with the reipuire
meu s of the statute. As a conse
quence they hsve served without compen
sation, as their accounts could not be audit
ed. Many of th. se ollieers have performed
very important duties with fidelity, and
not a few mut hem greit distress by reason
of their inability. When appointments
were made il was found i would be d'ili-
cult to find competent officers iu manv of
the Southern Stales who could take the oath
required, but so important did it seem t
llm J'reiident and Cabinet f.,r the puri.ose
ol 'equalizing tiio public burdens, thai iho
levcuite s;slem rho-iid be established
throughout the recently rebellious States,
w,th a. littlo do ay as iacticable, and that
the unpleasant duly m collecting tax from
u n exhausted and Ulely rebellious people
should be performed by lu-r own citizens;
that the becreUry ol the Treasury did not
hesitate to tecommeud lor appointment
those men of whose present loyally there
wns no question, and who might, cither
willingly or uuwillinglr, during the pro
gress of the rebellion, be connected wilh
iha insurgent States and Confederate Gov
ernment as to be unable to lake the oath of
cilice. This was cot done lrom any dieoo-
sitiou to disregard Ihe law, but an holiest
and sincere purpose of collecting the reve
nud wilh as nl Lie trouble lo lax-psyers as
poe-sible. The country was in a peculiar
condition. AH iesisiaoce to the authority
of the l;tiited ttates hsd ceased, and some
seven mi. lion, of people, in a Mute of utter
disorganization, were left without any civil
government whsteyer, and without even
au adequate military protection against
anarchy aud violence. Under thesecircuiu
lances, as il is shown clearly lo be the du'y
of tho Executive to al once establish tbe
Federal authority and civil government in
these States, so it seemed to be necessary to
carry into etiect the revenue laws of the
(.ieucial Government. As tbe country was
passing lrom a sia e ol war to one of
peace, and tho emergency seemed to b. too
pressing to admit ol oelny uutil the inset. ug
ol C.'lii'ress, it was thought the test Onth
might, in view i t the great objects to he at
tained, ba d spensed wi.h, and a person
might be permitted lo hold revenue offices
who eoiiid take it only iu a qualili?. foraj.
No one coal. I hsvo r.rretled more than the
I're.i'teul and member, of tu Cabinet the
ne.'e.siiy which exis ed f..r this coursa. but
there eermed t. be no alternative, and it
w. conlideutV li" ped under the circum-
fttauei s of tbe care il would be approved by
C..ntrres. Among those whose names were
presented to the President, the Secretary
hss no reason to suppo-.e there is one who
caa lu-tly Le charge! with being nmi.-u-
en'al iu justifying the rebellion, although
a few may have coutr.huted to its support
and coutiuuaueo, some, with a etr. ng at
luehiiient for the t u.on, had followed the
Itatcj in whirii tliev lived into the war
against the I'nited Hates, under the baleful
lullueu -. of the .'..clrino ol Main s ver-
cgulv; itlier. held ill, u..di r the insur
i ul,' uuti ..riti' S, si theoulv means ol sup
porting tlu ir liiiiulies ; oilier, locsca.-e
conici iptn.u or be in a belt, r condition to
t tlie proper lime toe Conled-
erale ml". I t ouo is knowu to have
been a disuui.ini . I or uiili ieu lly to the
t.overnmeiit at the c .iiiiueucemeut ol
Ihs wr. A sl giit chance iu the atn
Mould not abate a particle .1 the . res
ent disloyally would enable the nioMand
. lh. 'in lo Hold the i Iliccs I hey are now so
icc-'ptubly tilling. Greut lo-.s to Ihe Gov
ernineiit an J great inconvenience to I lied c
p rinieiit mti-l resu't from a discontinuance
,.!' thi'ir rvi. es. Al.er tti.ting Ihe lensou
at lurgs wiiy Ibe oath bhould bo modified,
tbe Secretary snvs Ihe rebellion grew out ol
antagonism of opinion betwecu the people
of ihe Iree and the slave 8ta es. The legiti
mate result of a difference of ins'itutiou.
wah the abolilioi) of slavery ought rapidly
to di-appesr. It will be a calamity, the ex
tent of which eaniict now be estimated, both
to tais nation and the eauso of civil liberty
throughout the world Instead of locking
t the reconstruction and harmony of acti ju
of ihe Government, it wi 1 tcud to harden
and intensify a secl.oualisiu between the
Northern and Southern Slates.
At the termination of the morning h. ur
the House resumed ihe eoiinnieratiou of tho
contested elect on case of Dodge vs. Uiooks,
from the 8;h Congressional District ol" New
Mr. Brooks resumed h:s argument, au
adnitioaal hour being granted him.
After Mr. llrooks had concluded Mr.
lUwes sustsired the report of the Commit
lee. The latter was interrupted several
times by Messrs. Marshall and Brooks, the
Utter b. ing rul ed lo order by the Speaker.
Tbe amnudmeuls were voted down aud
Brooks mil entitled to the seat by a vote of
!5 to 4ii, and D.i.lgo declared entitled lo the
seat bv a vole of 72 to .i
The mcsjge from the Presi.l. nt rerom
nie n.i in t it- appropr.atioti to be made to
iniiify the claim of the ownerif the ii.-1 1 is h
1. p Mils cian wa. re'erred.
The liouse thou adjournc.l.
Ni w t.iRLiss, April 6. But li'.tle bu3i-
Ci" was trimsac'.e 1 ycterd.iv.
Key. J. Ditzl-r, n,. .seiirer for the Chris
liua t'ntoi: ol liiiiu.is, w us received. He
comes seeking a union b I weei the church
lie r.qiresenls and Ihe M. E. Chuich South.
1 hi I Lion has an organization of, tnclud
n g leu ministers nud lot ty siiperluleudeiils,
lour in. in acu tiiein i.ers
Tlu I'oiiiinittce on correspondence yi-S
ap ..luieo, ir. 1.11111, oi juui..ie, chair-
'J lie doctor then pres-ule.l a lepurt from
th M i-.ionnry Secretary; he d. p!, res ihe
proem, nut u ii.ipetui I r the l.ilu e
A memorial Irnin Tuskeg. e, Alabama,
wa. present. d, urging suniry rhaugrs iu
A warm and p.-. traded discuss. on follow
ed. 0 vote wa. taken.
The delegation from the. Baltimore Con
fereLcewas then preenled by B.shop Ear
ly, l'.y resolut.oi, ibey wer'e warmly wel
comed. Dr. Wilson responded iu behalf of
me delegation, lecounl tig infl jeuce which
prompted them I w ithdraw troin the Nor
th, n a:,d unit-w th the toutkern i Lurch.
Dr. Tho.. fcurgtut, of the Ki lialiimore
Coulcrence, and h.fv. Mr. 1. ...I, of New
York, were a so reee ivrd and tendered .eat.
within tbe bar. Dr. Palmer. Pr.st.j terian
Chuich, New Orlcan., was aiso introduced
and i. u le.ed a scat. Tbe B.siu p's address
as r. ad, wh ch w quite lengthy.
I.uisuto."., Ap-il 6. A young man canted
Alexander, in 1 aris, Ky , yesteidav, while
li.boiii:g tin ier a InnporaVy aberal.on of
tin. tii.i.. I. mads aa atiempl lo k.i! h.i lath
er, Lung live shots al him, but without i
led. lie was Imsliy disarmed and eoblmed
by I lie canons. His father i. a bank oihoer.
The Sjprrintet.d. nt cf tbe Bureau ins le
a pr. p it.ou lo the l ,iy Council l;t cighl
to ecu. p 1 the v iraut l.igroei who cruard
trie city, to uoik . n the .iree:., sud t eou
hce them at night in tha city workhouse.
"I be Council rejected bis oiler, not wishing
tot.c.l the vagrant. r recogui: Ihe au
thority of the bureau.
Mrsra'.s, Apr.l 8. Brigadier E. M. Rnck
er, la'.e l C. S. A., was arra gneJ to-dsv on
Ihe charge cl treason b.-lore .lodge Connelly
F. Tr.gg, Cuiled Sta'es Circu.l and District
Courts ; plea entered, parole. 'Ihe Court
ruled thai there are Lo ici.ger any pro.
Joisoneis since the Isle pr.ci.m.iiou of
'resident Johnson, and that esse, of trea-
sou wenl u. the civil authorities. General
Eucker w a. helj in bond iu iio.i'ot), lo ap
pear al the next term of the c urt.
iirevet Brigadier General B. E. Clary, Da-
puty Quartet master, is sined tu duty by
orders of Gen. Steacman, as a quartermss
ter ia the Department of Tennessee.
Nxw OsLtass, April . The crevases con.
tiuue to increase and Qoo i the country
The wcalber is bad aud laborers are unwil
1 to work.
'ihe Baltimore Methodist Conference del
egation was warmly welcomed.
The reporter of the Agricultural Depart
ment says Ihe people of the Carol mas, Geor
gia, Alabama, and M i.dssippi, are putting
in all .the cot ion possible, but labor is
scarce. Freedmen are emigrating to tbe
Southwest. Corn and wheat looks promis
ing. The people are confident and exuber
ant, believing there is a splendid future.
Tbe reporter is making a tour through
Alabama, and will return through Tennes
see. Mstavoiss, M.rch 30. The roads sre
closed and business dull. The Liberals are
preparing another attack.
Alaxt, April 6. A dispatch from Boen
ester says : The American Express Com
pan y brought here this morning from New
York over a million and a half dollars in
currency, of which about one million was
fortbe banking-house cf D. W. Powers.
The run npoa Mr. Powers is anbsiding, and
his deposit are equal to what is drawn out
It is now thought that 111 bank panic is
FoKTSisa Moxroi, March 4 Tbe iron
clad monitor Montanomiaii, with the United
Siate. steamer DeSoto as convoy, started
this morning on a cruise of four days to
ward, tbe Bermuda Islands on a trial trip
to test tbe seagoing qualities of the monitor,
after which both vessels will proceed to
The Case of Dick McCann.
From tne Republican Banner of yealerday.
The numerous friends of Major Dick
McCann throughout Tennessee will be
rejoiced lo learn that his case has re.
cently assumed a phase which tends to
encourage the hope of bis early release
from prison. For several mouths some
of the most loyal and influential men
in the State have been using their ur
gent solicitations in his behalf with the
authorities at Washington, but, until
recently, with little apparent hope of
success. Alter three Cabinet meetings,
held in the early part of March, and at
which the charges against Major Mc
Cann were discussed in all their bear
ings, it was decided that he had com
muled no offence - for which he was
amenable to the civil authorities, and
that the matter was one to be deter
mined solely by a military tribunal
The application in his behalf, as well as
in behalf of the two officers confined
with him under similar charges, and
whose names are given below, was re
ferred to Lieut Geo. Grant for his opin
ion and was by the latter referred to
the Secretary of War, with the follow
ing endorsement :
HtAiXj'Bs Abut Ukited States, I
March, ltth. lSGtj.
Respectfully forwarded to the Secre
tary of War, with the recommendation
that the prisoners, J. R. McCann, W
C. Kain and Reuben Roddie, be uncon
ditionally released the acts for which
they wero arrested and confined having
been committed when civil law was
subverted and in their capacity &d sol
diers. If they are not released, I would re
spectfully urge that instructions be
given for their immediate trial by a
(Signed) U. S. Obist,
(Signed,) ti. Tarser.
Headq'ra A. U. S., March 10, 'CG.
Oa receipt of the above, Secretary
Stanton wrol-:'to Governor Brownlow as
War Dept. Washington Citt, )
March 27th, 1SGG.
Sir : The attention of the War De
partment has been directed to the case
of J. K. McCann, W. C. Kain, and Reu
ben KoUdie, late rebel prisoners of war,
discharged on parole, who are now held
in custody by the civil authorities of
Tennessee, to answer indictments
against them for acts done during the
rebellion. The accused allege that at
the time of the commission of the al
leged acts for which they are indicted,
they were in the rebel military service,
and that their acts were justitied by the
rules of war, or cognizable only.by mili
tary authority, and also that under the
parole they gave as prisoners of war,
they cannot lawfully be held for their
prior acts during tho war.
Without deciding the questions pre
sented by the defense, it would be de
sirable to avoid any possible conflict of
authority unless required by the public
welfare. 1 would therefore suggest
that if you could direct the civil prose,
cutions to be abandoned, leaving the
parties to the cognizance of military
tribunals lor their alleged offences, all
possibility of conflict between military
and ciil " 'a . '
1 woulit theretore asK you to uo so.
1 should be glad to hear from you
whether this couise meets your ap
proval Very respectfully, your obedient ser
vant, Edwim M. Stanton,
Secretary of War.
To his Excellency,
Gov. W. U. Ebowslow, Nashville,
CoL John Fleming, of Knoxville,
whose efforts in their behalf will be
ever held in grateful remembrance by
Major McCann and his fellow prisoners,
called on Gov. Brownlow and laid be
fore him the above documents. The
Governor cordially approved the re
commendations contained therein, and
stated that he was willing and anxious
to pursue the course indicated by the
Secretary of War and General Grant.
He preferred, however, to first have the
legal advice of Attorney General Cold
well in the matter, and would act iu ao
coidsnce wilh the opinion thus given.
The Attorney General is now aba ant
at Jackson, iu this State, on official bu
siness. Jt is tho opinion of one of the
ablest lawyers at our bar, one whose
political prejudices are not of such a
nature as to make him a partial advo
cate of Major McCann s interests, that
there need be but little doubt as to
what will be the opinion giveu by the
Governor's legal adviser. Major M&
Cann s case is in every respect similar
to that of General Bradley T. Johnson,
recently indicted in the courts of Mary
land for acts committed during the
war, aud was by the direction of Mr:
Speed, U. S. Attorney General, releas
ed on 1 bursa ay last lrom the bond
given to secure uis luture t-ppearauce
for trial, and from all liability to an
swer nelore tlie civil courts for the acts
committed by him as an officer in the
Once iu the hands of the militarv
authorities, Major McCann will, we are
assured, be allowed the full benefit of
the humane policy pursued in other
cases which i all that heor his friends
The Slavery Question in lirazil.
From the Anglo-Brar-han Times, (Rio,) January
. From all sources the information we
can glean about the war is that in
few months say two or three the
hrst blow will be Btruck, and let us
hope that the termination will then
speedily lollow. But the work will not
terminate theu. Brazil cannot afford
to lie down aud rest like a gorged lion;
it will behoove her to be up aud stir
ring, and to hasten and do all iu her
power to put her house in order, and
for this will want all the talent aud all
tho patriotism the empire can afford.
Brr.zil has great resources, but they are
badly developed, and the large indirect
taxation is expensive on account of the
mode of levying, and offers inducement
to dishonesty by the premium it gives
to smuggling on the coast What is
wanted, firstly, is a new set of men
and some such are certainly to be
found men who will accept oilice, not
for the purpose of emolument or pat
ronage, nut tor the Honor oi the posi
tion and with the grand object of leav
ing behind them a name to be handed
down to future generations aa a pattern
of what probity and disinterestedness
can do for a country.
Leaving these questions alone, an
other, and verily a hydra headed mon
ster, is rearing up and looming in the
future In a short time and Brazil will
be the only country in the civilized
world where slavery is tolerated. It is
now so crying an evil that all the ten
dency of public opinion i against its
continuance; people now commence to
see that the two kind of labor never
can exist In harmony, and that free la
bor inevitably degenerate iu presence
What U to be done? Na doubt our
local economists will suggest many
plans, same unfeasible, some more or
iec feasible to enfranchise all alave
at once and to repay the owner by a
money compensation we are quite
againat The enfranchisement must
be gradual, and maia in such a way
that free Ubor will, as a natural course,
be found to substitute it We have no
space, we have do intention of eoiaar
into the detail of a Kbeme; we leavtj
it in abler hands t but wcXild suggest,
anrl tha. fnllowinff In Viw Tin e i a. r. . naaa
idea,' the passing of law to the effect
uiaw .us perivuvi j eai a ixuus it pass
age there are to be do more slaves em
ployed in any town where there is a
pert along the coast ; that in another
period ol years the line will be extend
ed to a certain number of leagues, and
bo on until fitly years hence all slaves
then are to be freed indiscriminately of
ago or sex, and by that period all of the
present generation will have died away.
To this might be added a law regarding
children that are born ; but it would
be a grave matter to touch, and you
could hardly have a free child to slave i
During the period of the enfranchise
ment Government ahnnlrl annninS
proper board of immigration, and h4?e j
cu.u f tu.. auniKi, inn aiioe same
time every assistance and faciU'.y should
be given to any importer of free labor,
including the Asiatic racj-flay the
coolie and the Chinese by the reim
bursement of the cost of their passage,
and by grants of small plots of land to
the importer or th Lrrimigrant If the
Government want any information as
to distant emigration let them look
to the colonies of Australia, New Zea
land, and Mauritina TV.. V. - .1 1
stated that we did not intend to go into
ui any Bcneme or immigra
tion, and we leave the matter htre, be
ing confident that once the law of en
franchisement is passed, the growers,
ti-if Ihai abmh ..1 i i . . .
.uc.i onu BaKea, win put tne shonl
der to the wheel to work out a way to
supply the want of slaves; the Latin
race is rather prone to look to its gov
ernment, its bead, for support in all
difiiculues, but in a case like the pres
ent we may hope that self interest will
arouse Brazd from her inertness and
make her come out andjoin the race of
the strong and the bold, and show in
time a favorable contrast to the great
Anglo-Saxon republic of th. North of
this vast continent
Before any scheme of immigration
can be carried out laws must be passed
putting all foreigners on perfectly equal
looting with the native allowing full
freedom and full tolerance to every re
ligion, revising the pjeaentlaws of mar
riage, of setUement, and of inheri
tance; in fact, placing the foreigner in
the position he would occupy in hw
Shippers, Take Notice!
Greet Reduction of Rates!
OFFICE OT ADAM9 EXPRESS COMPANY. 1
NasaviLir. 'Iexsl. A nnl S 1 4,1.1 r
OWING le increased facilities, we haTe been able
to materially reduca our rales to Chstiauooes,
Al'anU, and oilier pointf. beyond iu i
are prepared to take all Freight offered. Also wa
"""uu"'l,fc isfn .nrougn to niieibyville, oa
both trains fv A U. aod L. A M. Railroads, on mora,
mg train Si. A U. Railroad lo Athens, aud turouall
oa evening tisin lo Decatur and HunUrtitla
Mr Jo. K bsk. r. of tois city, will wait oa Iter
chsuU and furnish paroculsrs.
l'lt-u J M THATCHEB, Agent
ICE! ICEH ICE1I?
TTAVINrt tint en d.fc rm , r n
J.A ortliem Ice, w.ao able to fill orders in any
1 1 ;L ' . r ""- ' mi sliorte.1 notice. We
ca the attention ( Dealers and others, that w
will make coutraots, on reasonable terms, 1 jr Ilia
entire nea-on. bite us a cad before making ar
HAHN. cnfiMTT! Jt- an
aprt In. Ko. 1 Criddle St.. near Lonisyiiu nl.
HAVING suogested the insolvency of the estate
of Sar.li Tarlnr .lui....l ........ u . .L
J . . ... v, h uieu i bid IU,
Administrator) to the Clerk of the County Coart of
Mouth county, Tennessee; aa. I aa order harms;
ueen made for publication in the Isastav.ile Union a
Bewapaper published in Ihe. city of Nasnville, Ten
nessee, lor lour aueceaeiye wea k, requiring all
lieiBOni. llM.llJ ol.. . .,.,.. t ..... ...
. - rw. . -..I IU tilt.
them, properly authentiealad, wilh the Clerk of
aid Court on or b lore the 1st day of September.
lrkill the r.t . .. , j . . - ' , '
, . Dv.tavumu.. uuaci tua UlfauiveBl
law. of tha 8t.e, or they will be forever barred.
This m therefore to give noli -e of the same April
im, ls-. (..ps wr J M WILLIAMa. Ad.aa.
Ill 00 RES & CO.,
IMPORTERS AKO -ALllia '
Harness Skirtings, and Bridle Leather,
and WBOLttxic stucracTtiaia. or
Saddles. Harness, Collars, -fie,
NO. 89 MAIN STREET,
R. B IIO0RE9,
H. A rERKTXS.
C. B. DE CAMP.
S. O. SMITH,
fft FIRST CL4E3 BUSINESS MEN loenyagain
I' a trave'inK business. Pay from (lo to fii
per d-y. Call al 3i Cedar alitet, for eight dajy.
Spring Stock, 1866
"UN UE SKEN THE DANDSOMK3T STOCK
e and Fancy Dry Goods
For Ihe present season, ever axhtbttel in this city,
all huurht w th.o the last three weeaa, and whatever
decline there may have ten in the North are have
got the beneni tl an) win sie 10 our customer
We do not propose any "baits" tn our eu.iomere
l. wbt oi oflenni Staple t.oods at leas, tban eoat.
witn the Doiaa of makina! it upoa other ttoode, but
simply to aell averything al aa small proti.3 aa the
present hij(h ralea of Kenla, Taiea, and expenses
generally aid admit rt. our ineude may reiy upon
itetunB ih iwst Hood, at the loaiest frieca, and
everything warranted as repreaeniea.
Elegant Dress Silks,
Moire Antiques, Grenadines,
frlnted Linen Cambrics,
LADIES IK MOURKINO
Will find fall line, of everythiaa: new ani daairatl
ia thai way.
In great variety, ia Real Point, Point Aphqm, a
Ladles' Silk Sacks, Lace Polntg,
All n.w and nandaom.
BpltnJid saock of
Goods for Boys Wear.
Hail KB Y, cf all cradrs and eizee.
10-4, and 11-4 LI.ea bliaetlag.,
A, 10-1, nd ll-A rettea MieeUac..
Table Llsti. aaS rlolaa, in tanaly.
Teoele ni Kapklaa, an variety.
Together wiib Pnala. Dmiiee, Clotba, Caaai
m.res. and arerTUiuia! pertaining a Brat-ciaae
1'ry laooda JLauatalimaml.
4-4, S-4, -4 ColoraJ aod Tbite Cantoq Kat-
ling, of th. very be,' makac.
I CCLEBhATEO ;
Cl t ! I I I I F 1 I I 1 I I
- I' 1 AND-U
R 1 S L
SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER
FIHE FURHISHIfIG GOODS
No. 28 Cherry Street,
Several of the Lots in
FreeTcrriiorjand not Taxable!
Convenient to Wat envoi Us !
Wednesday, the I8tii of April,
At 11 o'clock, a.m., on the premises,
Being the MOST BEAUTIFULLY 8ITUATKD Lou
in the city, acd present a magnificent yieiy
of Nashville and surround iuj scenery.
Bun within To Hundred and Fifty faet of the Pro
perly. Lots fronting on Market, Castlan-au and
Katie Jg streets, and Lebanon Pike. Central atl
and University avenue.
Sale to commence on Market street -,-., ,v,t,i .i,
One-Fourtk rash; balance ca credit of six,
twelve, eighteen and twenty lour aaoaths, with In
terest from date, esttalajlory awmrity raqaired,
and lian retained.
Parties desiring to purchase will be given
B-BJBB 1A8SAG ON THE STREET vans TO
Collation aa usual.
SC. B. HO WELL, C. A M.
J.UIR.W. BROWN, Agents.
3i; Union Street.
F. B. Foco, Executor
H. M. Foeo, Jr., Ais't Counsel.
HURT Sc CO,
Wholeialasnd Retail Dealers in
AVE ON HAND FOR SALE, AT RKT-UCKD
Piaster or Par!.,
Latb Kails, and Hair,
Fire Brick and Clay,
And other materials requisite for building pnrpo-
Cement S3 75 s.dbIs barrel ; SI GO for flie barrels
Farirera will find it to their interest to Rive ns a
call for land Plaster to tow with Clover and other
ttrain and Graes il doubles the yield.
Orllee-No. 6 SOUTH 0OLLEi.S8TRF.ET. near
Third Quarterly Statenieot
THIRD NATIONAL BANK
On the Xflrat daw of April, lHOlt,
Loans and Discounts
Premium Arcounts Premium
on U. 8. Bonds
10-40 Registered Bonds, deposi
ted with Treasurer U. B 1 v.,( ro
10 so Bonds on hand -io.ia.io oo
6-0 Bonds ... lou.UUU 00
U. S. Certificates of Indebted
ness 120 00
U. S. 7 M Treasury Note 17i,t (
Andiled Vouchers. ........... g,stt ou.
Exiiense A.x;ount....MW w.
Ca.b lleins wmp la. Note. I6C.T7H (o
U. S. 'lYeasury and National
Bank NoMs S91,&A7 .'.1
Gold.. ...... 4.76o oi
4 7.1 UT
S1.77 l,t :
Surilus Fund.. .
Prchi and Lo
Kxehauce aeeoimt .
line to tsaaks ............
Indimtiial lposiioia and
Certificates ol Uepoait...
t.tor) f 0
sa.s b sa
1, '.40.811 tl
1,1,7. H.'Jld Mi
I. Edgar Jones, Ca-hier Th-rd Nalicn. Bank of
raa-nvil e, do eotermilf awaar thu t. aunv a'ate
meot ib true to the beet cf my knowledge and lw-
'' ttuaa Jos., Cashier.
STATE OF TENNESSEE, )
Oonnty of Uavidsoo, 1
Sworn lo and BUOacribea bef.are tne, AprJ 2d,
11. A. C. NiiBTELL,
apS lw Notary Pubiic.
XX e fid Centre
WX are closing oat Finns erery week al Auc
tion and privaae aal. Many of tsee .taous
do not bring one-half of their cost. We sell at
panic prvcea. GEO. BB 1 KI.D8 A CO .
apnlS-lw tl Collegset reel.
MY wile. Mary Reed, having left my bed and
board without any jnt arovor.tiou. Iht. i.
to notify all peraona tha I will not be aeeountahle
tor anv debt aha may contract .tier true date
apriaS at J. S. HEED.
GEO. W. NORVELL, tie Coroner of rviJaoii
l ounly, arrctad m e nawroe. a few aaya
ao, on a cbarve of aseanag. aad found is their poe
eoaeion a quanuiy of G"od, among wruch were :
1 bedeoMr. I comfort- I bluaenai, b'oody; email
orbee bell, Ac. 1 be owrjsr or ownara. oa desarnb-
ag ih property, can haea tbeaame cy applying u
tbe Coroner, and paying the expeaaea. IDA
Police to Shippers and Cennecl-
FREIGHT OFFICE N.1CR.R.I
Naaavuoa. March 19, 'Mi,
AS THE W. A. K. R. haTe refjaed to rece.Te
l-nr.l.ia aad innlaa. aoA laa our charim. O.
in asUDe, we are Omar the syeraantiy of natusiog to
una a, a? aviibi3, it . ag a.
EZTEXS1VE SALE OF
OFFICE AS3I9TAXT QUARTERMASTER, 1
Clotuibo a.p tgrisaea I'lror, ' I
X"ahvaie, Tena , Man n iiS, i&03. J
BT order of Capt A. R.Eddy, Chief M. r.ept
of Team , 1 will offer at pub.ic auction, at Nasu
v lie, Tenn., on THURSDAY, April l.-i;i, 180b, a
large lot ol "Condemned Clothing, Camp aod bar
Sale to c- mmence st 10 o'clock, a m , at tTare
houae en Market street, South cf Broad street, acd
from there toad lourn to Werentmseon bread street,
betweea Vine and Hijrh; from there to tha Ware
house comer ol' Vine and Broad street.
Tee following are embraced in the bet cf articles
to be .old, a complete list of wh eh may tx, exn at
nr y orEee, Ho. 17 South Market street, Aajnuhe
Teon. : '
S7S Blank., Wool and Rubber.
267 Pa,raCsvairy and infsntry TTowsors,
X7.-.0 Knapaacks, Bavertacks and Canteens.
6n7 Csv., IniVy and Irreg. 6reat Coats,
lis " and Artihery jacket..
6v5 cnovela, e. Also
468,uu.) Lraj. old lenU.e ia hale.
Also other article, of Coining, Camp and Garri-
Terms Ca-h ia Sovennent Funds.
All purchaser will be required al lima cf sale lo
mai; a deucsit as security (or final l-ayaient and
removal of goods.
THOMAS J. COX.
ar.r3-tda Bvi. Waj. and A. U. M.
CHIEF Q M. OFFICE, V. S. M. R. R. 1
h.lle, Teuu , Aprd 3, J6ri.
1WILL sell at publio sa e at Nashville, Tena , (st
10 o'clock, a m ) on THUSiDAY, Ihe l.ta day
ol Aprd. lr, the large Bouding f I lie U. 8. M.
Kail reads, formerly used aa a Government Store
House, inclose proximity to ibe Chattanooga Le
pct, and of lue following dimen-i'.ns :
li4tiix?4, with add. tii.n,.. li4x-.-4xll. Also on the
evmiag r,f thesaaeday at tbe iroveromsnt bale.
room, commencing at half-past s.ven o'ci.ek, p m.
a larse klo; U-fee furniture, cousisting of rtoks,
Chans, iahlts, Ac.
S. R. HAMILL, Capt. A. Q. SI.
Extensive Ualo of
MHIiy HT PROPERTY.
TY order of Oapt. A R Kd.ly, Ch ef Q M. Iui't
I a nt 'I un-- I II n.T.. L . . I .J . , r
. I. HI, A .f ...A u....t t.rw. t.u.r ..T .... . . .
corner of sjiimmor and liemuab.ane street", Nah'
ville, Tenn , on TUESDAY, Aeril 10th, ISO., at a
o'clock, a in , the enura remains of tha g.eat ere
ol'JnneVih, ISOi, consisiint; of Horse aud Mule
Shoes. Cut, Wrought and Horse fctl.oe Na.l, Cut
and WrollahtSmkM hf Mn . n..L-..u i. i.Mn...
gale upwards of Iwo million t-i.ooooj potiaus of
Tenrs Cash in Government Funds. A liberal de
posit Bill be required from purchasers.
w. a. v.iivv Kit. H I,
Canlain and Chf. As 4. Q. M. Dent, of Teua.
AUCTION SALE OF
Lumber snd Material.
ASSISTANT QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE,
Csoaa Ti-a.r, t.-.T or Mcl.raoaa. J
r WILL expose for sale at Public Au-l . a. on
KI....1.H An., I l.'e ... . .1...
n,., ., uun, fcu toiiuniiig t.,,vetu-
tuenl Property :
At ltt o'clock, a m., cornor Cherry and
1 Build ng, 3x:j17.
" each, 5ox?', 4x!
4 " " !t4, -ixiO, 6x11.
1 " 85x50x11.
1 xi. tixi6. exii.
At 11 o'clock, a.m., Front and Eroa J Streets.
1 Building. i2j-24.
At 11.30 o'clock, a.m., rear of Ko. 110 N'ortli
(.berry Street, near Gay.
1 .Stable, S2, 6x27,
1 BlllldlDg, sxlo.
At 11.45o'clock, a.m., U.S. Shop No. 3, Msr-
kbi, aircoi, ueiween l-ine aud Uay.
1 Building, Hi, 4i28, S.
At 12 o'clock, m., Front and Whitcsi.la sts.
1 Forage House, 181x80, S.
At 2 o'clock, p.m., at Taylor Yard, High
sum, iuuiuiji u emuiuorane.
l() 0a) f-.( Lumber, (assorted.)
lio Glazed bash.
to Panel Doors.
SSJ Marble Wa-hstands, Ae , Ac.
Rale to be made oo the premises,
'lerrts Casb la liov ruineoi l.uads.
By order of A. K. a.dd. 11. s a .:i.,-f. ai re.
., . . A" w- WILI.x,
marSl-td c"aw BtL Wat. and A. j. Sf
AUCTION SALE OF
United Stales Ship Yard,
ASSISTANT QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE )
tcuaa bTaatr, iiaiarMcUausi tiraiiT. I
ILL expose for lo at Public; Auction on
THUKSDAT, April 111, lsii.the followinK Hiuld
nivs known as the U. B. blue Yard, simile al k.Jga.
1 Wora- Hhop, 141x3.1x17
1 B 8. chip. a.'.xiiiU
2 Quartora eacb) efix4x4
1 do 2nlia!.
1 do 4.'.xl6,
1 do 3i.xii.ill
1 Addition tv'xxT
1 no au.a.T
1 Offieer's Wuaners, 4ntltS.
1 loot House, 10xl-x7
1 ftoie House, 4-xImll
1 Stable, Wi-Vxl'l
1 Water Cloaca, 1'aTaT
a wli-bounaa (aaebj tiil. Alac
lon.ciM Feet Lumber, (assorle.i).
S.7 BloeBa (asaortel),
1 VV aler-1 ank and F.ame,
6 Cauldrons, (log.lou),
s oon Ltat. Manilla Kopa,
8,5.10 Lbs. 'I arred Hope,
l.tliJ Lb.. Marline,
Ship Carpentsra', Blac.gRnil(h'a and Carpenter's
orH, Wheal and 11 and-Harrow., fined .one..
Rubber Hose, Btovea, Kanees, Tirch ba kets,
Bruk, Steamboat tbue.. Barva 1t.,. i.ki.ia.
Spades, bnoveie, PiCks, Cavi.s, i ap-t in Bare, c.
bale to be mile cn the nrein.se. en i.i.nn j at
AO o'clock, a m.
Tarma Cash, Government Funds.
By order tf A. K. KdJv. D. 8. A.. Denot uiiar-
A. W. WILI.
apnia td BvtMai. a--d A. Vj. M.
loiug Sale at Audio..
Subsistence Stores & Property,
AT P.it ()ii,rnisArr, CliilUnookiit, Tf rtit!',
April iwth, IN'-O, hi lo a. in , pYf'j, ''jn-tit-in.?
of Hour, Kua. Hrin, Alt. Unit, nl n.K-ut
'i,UK) pound i-1 1 t Hrt-a J, I'ouu'er ui t'liif rni
Siyil(t4, I-sssyak!, Omfen, Water-Hiit ket, lla hMs,
Mt-S'iwg, CltTrH, But :bprKDiveH, Mtit Hi kr,
nul Varai, lin 8tor, unDeir, MeHttrti,
tronU), t'auhnft, Hune 8t-inrri, 'I ap Hurt-, t u-.
Hy orJer of Col. M P snwllt Cbitt Com. HuU..aM.I.
DiT. ol the Teanefetee.
WM. It TR
Cpt, tnJ C S Vols.. hTt Mhj U rt V.
NEW 8PBIXG MS!
LEVY Sc CO.,
HAVE ttist reseiva.l their Spring an! Fummar
G.Hds, m endlesa varily,eoao.aliug ol Auier-
i. .01, Cngltsh and r renen
Bleached and Brown Donifsilei,
From 3 4 !o 10 4 wide.
ALJ0 A LARGE LOT OF
Lawns of various kin.ti, il.ia ail Nicy; Irish
Linens ; every variety tl Muaiins; Popliua of all
kinds, black and anna. A. so a large lo. of
Hosiery and other Fancy Goods,
In fa-t, every this r? nully kept in a Dry Goods
Htore. A.i rf when were pun liawd aller Ilia re,
eeul decline, aod are ..Iterin Iheiu coeaper liisn
the eheapaal in ll.e l ite.
la.. ne. ia the ciiy and vi-iniiy are rfpe. lful!v io
ile.1 to ex:mioe tr-.eir laoo.s te-l.tre m.k-ng ue ir
pun-lia-es elsewhere aa ibey Iilvb asupeiir si. k,
and great lrgains may be had.
Country Merchants vi-itiog ths City to lay in their
sopohea of Dry Goods, are loaned lo gs u a eall
b-l.,re making their poicriaees, aa weleel ron4dea
we ran make it to tne r ini.-reM to deal win. us.
No 15 Union Stroct,
The only place for Great Bargains.
Qn receipt of One Dollar,
1 will furniab printed inaTnctiona by wbs-li any per-
ana can ac.4u.re a oua.nea adapted to-ft to riLee
and vuiagaia, and ty wticb Uiey ran aecure a tiani
oroe.BOL.iiie. Invalid, eaee, eaa do wall by it, aa
it ia 00 pe-luling arjft.r, tut a tKisiaeaa that ie nvMy
rwlr.'ll I. tiTedui araw.il luv eTe'stbicg -
cannery to com me raoa tne bamneea with, and to
mora th.n pay ire axpemae ot getting tame 11 en.
Tbe aiticiea rao be prucured al atat asvwhera. or,
if ural.rred. I can Il.rm.b "jern. Ad.lreeai I Ol IS
J. K. krci", to. L16 Graad street. New York, (op
iur ) niaivJ liu.
WHITE MAN BROTHER'S
It tags! liner!!
WILL pay six cents Jfor f-lean Coil n Ha... in
ouaoioies of loo fba or nsjie. H .lo't pr.. a
paid Sor old baggieg, Wooleu hag-, CVitoe waste,
NO. fill N. F. CORSES PUBLIC bVJARE
n. n. toomfsoii,
DAT Al CAP STORE,
Ladiea and Gents'
No. 23 Ch8rry Street.
T. F. SALTSIIAN,
C'ornei' College and I nlon sis.,
rpBMold estaf.l jhej Gallery has l.lely been re
dk mndelle.l so 1 tilted up iii insiruirjcent ty'e,
and everv convenieuee haa ten studied for ilia
b'netitof the putla" H has ooiy to ba aeen to bs
apprenaied. It is ail on one rl.aor, with a nice Toi
let lloom lor Hie La. lie., and tru-oa that his iit rl.
topleaeeaill be a) predated ty h.a pairone. We
arc in receipt of a new lot oi Albon s. Carte ile.
Nil he frames, new style, and, as hemtolrre, adl
keep a larelot ol Oi I and k..e(totd trinns, au.t
slile ier lari; I'.ctures, such aa
N. B. PrtiCllIf r Btterfon e;en fr fVmvmr .n.l
Knlarg.ng, Pamt ng, Ac , iu every style.
MfCa'l and see before roine elsewhere.
UiHoUTr "'" --,'"""' cf College and
I nion ir.,i. over th Drug btore
Wholesale an 4 nuu
No. 19 South side Public Square,
IT AVE ALWAYS ON HAND A LARtt S10CB
DrnjM, Oilij.Palats & ( hemlcals
at very low figure.
Ulils Linseavl Oil,
S " Coid (111,
" lard Oil,
S " Torpeunae,
For said low, i f
t KM. Tanners' Gil,
6 " CsMtor Oil,
1 " bweet Oil,
EWIN A PKNt'LETOf.
S"0 Eegs White l.ea.1,
8n) l.l Am. Yellow Oebra,
Biaai Kren. hVeilowO.-hre,
110 " Chrome Gr.wn, d.y,
ltd " " ' in oil,
l.ai Yellow, dry.
lll " D oil.
All ktc l. of PamUi and Paint Mni-hea.
For sale lew, by A.WIN M t-rCMd ETON.
S Bbls. Copal Varnian, 1 HU Japan Varnish,
S " Coa. li " 1 " ! lowing '
One barrel Blaci leather.
For sale low, by .W1.N A Pa.NM.ET0N.
3 Pl.Ia Alcohol, M percent.
8 " " 7o par ceot.
" Proof H pi rile,
S " Pill's W nwky. pure, oi U.L purpeeea.
1 Pure Kreoeli brandy,
1 " Holland Gid,
Pure Pert, Madeira, and Hherry Wines,
For sale low. by KWIM A PKM'LS f iN.
Irake'B Pianlation BitWra,
bull'. Caniron "
Hoonand's Gern.an M
ror sale low, by tWlN A PENDLSfON.
24 Kegs Soda, 1 Bhl Hlueatone,
1 l.asa Maratiy Houff 1 Cudtar,
4 HUa Epaoin r'tali-s 1'" Lis. IVjcb.neaf,
4 - lmtch Mulder, 2 bnis Cream '1 artar,
J Lh. baud ln.l.go, S " bnmntone,
4 Hr.ls (Vtptearaai, S ' Flour Hnlplmr,
For sale low, by EWLN A PJaNDLJkToN.
Allatoooa Iron Work for Sale,
rrB R HtorkrioMnfS liftnnff mo itrfrtfVw, 1h Pr
X ifnt w ll oiUr ksviJ property fornalt. i twlo,
on th lir.i Tu-".i'siy tc Aprii d-iL, in Atinut. ua.
in fcol 1 tt i-nsw.- Mkifl . re that tIy. '1 bn pir.
riy if iocnii 4J in :. tm Aflsueta. od i-olii
ml- of lit ViU-rn a At: unlit hviir.xiU. '1 hrr m
l,it m r of liO'i, rv4nr.. partinn of it vcoj
i"rmin( t-vu.i, na u .iti- iuA.nJ Ujt wooiniki
iiimerm if ld, cirptr ani iron : tbe trots ore
-twn.iukf to im mit!.micUli!P, sUi l the grj ftt bruifC
tt-fi.ri mtni the Iasjui iq tf, t,ri.i. 1 r.e Coru
mci 1 DuricK Mils o4 im Worn are otjiy
t-wvil Tiii.o fr nt Ue A la unu J(jtt oti Aui'-Hrm
i re,Bt, whu h furn wltm ti wetvr po.r. AMit
.Ht( of trie f L-.;,' of All-iu.oDe Uj tbe pro-
ivt-rty. tome ol rh bil i.og betu cniiri-tj J
Hin.fftl, otttrr ft)inyed, .l toe wora ion "t'1
biLi eutirt-iy a.rt j.J, otbm drrt.l, all irie
trsi.D -.u-afK b-i&g lorn, aad Disrjniy of t:e
tu b.t irr?- U-iBi? t-'npp.f.l m mto Ly tr.e rave
if oi ear, baTtj .tetviuiuxl the rompsvoy tu aeb
TAtfit ta aiitoipt, idrr the arcumsiJBUM to,, lu
r-it. it e.
iHJorinu-iOD iq UetAsl can be proi'iim-t ty oouiult
tOi? i. u. McUANi KL,
W7-Sril A UAkUtsIA, Gi,
Trusteed Sale r
HT Tirtue of e of Trial male to meae Trtia-t-.
oq tx artL A uf Annj. loft. axi l dtia rtm .
avrs-tt ill if.Sa kiVSJir'B UllaOwl atf liati law .n ftl I a. ay
id hoofc i-. pp 4 , 4 .1, 1 II, od ft i I rtLAT, i:.e
.'tin aif oi Mr ri iwrii mxixmrn h i ut1-) Bast.v, t,
the pri"ini fen. dmm iio-rivr df-pid of at pntat
, tht laiuariie lot eiiafaTsa.iiux (rem Mtrket to
w aier etreet, to rjft., crosuuu aco4it oe nutv
.lre.1 m l s E'afu (4-et od mc b ,.rwt4. inJ kB.sa baas
the HitKp M:i p-ny. A p aa Ui be prepAtxrwl
t lore ttij wic iint me ihira eaitv, ani thi
w;th stooj as-. ut.iy r-utrj, aod a io ra
iu-t. ii ki. .vwj.x, lruate.
rHE aiif me.it.on.! aala ta r-li-rfie.l ur.til
nA I L KDA V, the ill-t lay o .nl ne.r,
warv' la J.so. u. A.V. IM. I rustee.
IH4VE lo-t III fi.ilowiBgSrrp of the Pannsal.
vaa.a 1 otual 1. ta luauracce Conipauy .( tli..-
aae.paia, v.. .
Nv. l",s lor '", dil i s.
No. U" " ju, la- .
No. Is" I " M lB Jl.
No. Ui7 extra 1, I.
fcHtd W, rORIER.
aahr,ll t laww,
CEESRY 8TRKET BETWEEN CEDAR A GiT
A J Kl YNN....
enuJ waddern -Amtote7Z:
Splendid I'omedj Bill!
THE HAPPY MAX.
HonJar Errninr, April 9th, litfi.
Wil' be pr. sen ted
In which the strenph of ihe Company will appear.
To conclude with the
At TiiaTijis cy Tta.-Doors open at ; ?: Cor
(aia nses si to , '
Prices of Admission.
Pres. Circle and Parquet te 7
neaiooa i ier...
SHIRTS L11DET0 OMDffl
AND BUY YOVR
QUEEN & GREEN',
juu:--J -S3 COLLEGE STREET.
.'( 3u;. U:a
a w. poa-raa,
war. a. h id
Ln'4 Br'. . ... . s
la'AMil'l ... .
H. Toypuis & CO.
Corner Lherry and I'tJarStrrftt,
Ve are prepared lo collect
flalms against the (.'orernrntnt
For rrojicrty tnkea by the Army,
rormal tk Inloriiiatl Vourlterf,
AlUlEAIiS OF FAY AJD PENSIONS,
1'rnan Sauleajaaiarur OSleer. wlih Preapi
atraaa bv raaaiaaioa TO
Hon. Rie.haid Ogeisby, Governor Male of lllinoia.
Hon. David L. Davis, Judge Bnprerue Court, 0. S.
Hob. Wm. Q. Brownlow. Governor of Tanuesaee.
bJ g. Gen. Jas. P. Brownlow, Adj. Goa.bu.taol too.
Hon. M. M. Bnen, Nashville.
Hoa. Wm. Nathaniel Baxter, Nashvltla.
Hon. Jo. C. Guild, .Nashville.
Hoa. John Hugh Hmith, NaebviUe.
P. W. Maxey, Kaq., Nashville.
Messrs. Morn. A stratum, Nashville.
Meatirs. Evans A Co., N'ashfUles
Nimrod Porter, Columbia, Tana.
JlloelS 1 tf
Travelers and Shippers
riaaUviUo and thoJP.Rot
Atlantic & Great Western Railway
I. cow lu full an I auc esslul Ofasral oo
From Cincinnati to New York,
Anj i. tbeonly direct route lo tha
Oil Regions of PannsylvanU.
Connections are made w th the
JefTersonville and Ohio A Mij.is ppl Railroad, V"a
JelTer-oat .He aud IodiaoapoiiB A Col. R. R., via lr
bnua; U.ui.a ile and Lri. and Ey. Central K. R., via Cia-.-
D. S. Uail Line Steamers via (uviaaaii.
Two Through Train Daily
f'aseengers by the Broad i.uMa Railway ae'uie
w.de aud eomioriabie caia, qui. a uaie aud sura
'ibrougri Ticket, and Baegatw Checks can be pro
cured at all the principal haiiroad and bteamboal
olticea iu Louievine and ihehoutri
D. McLAREN. Geo'l Supt.
E. F. n'MER, General Tic a el Agtot.
W. A. PA 1 Kh, Passenger Aa-eot,
GKiKHl tt A PA KS. rl, rreigl.t Ageola,
uoas-lt No. 7 College et , Na-l.nl a, Teun.
Wines, Liquors Cigars, Tobacco,
NO. S3 SOITU SIDE BROADWAY,
Nashville - - Tennessee.
M Ulids prime New Orleaas Sugar,
2) do aio Porto Kaco hugar,
iio do do Cuoa bngar,
barrel. I rushed and Powdered Buar,
1 ,io t.rauulated hugar,
l.aj do A. and B. Coriew (sugar.,
'J do C. extra aaaoraed brands,
ii'J do Yellow augar,
4 Pags Rio 1 cL'ee,
to M .ia Java Corlwa,,
lr uo laruiraLvdae
1" Hag. taicgar,
l'l httaia Aljepacea
lw Lia l epor,
'41 Harreia M aaral,
en y. tuia do
o Kits do
!' boxes P.cai,
Ol do htaleh,
1,"0,.m Cc.ra. aeauriad Braaj.
! boat lau.il.ae,
1. ) do Ka..iaa.
l- Caeaa Sar.ln.as,
JtHi . a-aea Uyatera,
.al Is,.. Hue lata,
64 Naaala Tula,
T.i?ell.er W th eTeryth ng uSiiailf kaotla BVtuala.
aa. i.ru'.-ery hou ...
1" Barrel. R,artara Cooniy Wluaky,
la do h.airtx,a do tlo
ku do Kye au
1x6 do kartiBad Wrn.Ky,
A Caeka Haaaaaaaasv Hraad.
& do Olard. Dupny A Co '. Coguiao,
lo Barreu Apple braodr, tail oil.
Id do Pea.0 io
A tlu bLarry W,u,
la .tare, and for aala at
No. 35 Rroadway.
NASH ViLLF, -
. . .. fajT ii&w L3&1 ! uow Kestorta::
J .-t PJii hr.l is a al Eiwlipt. sir raat't.
ALEC rt'RR on the natnral Iraarrrmt, and Kal
K-a. cure of si-rmaJ.,rrruaaa. or Baminal taaai.
n-a. Involuntary amiaaacua, eeanal Daranty. ara.1
ln.pe limetu to M.rriaara a.neraliy ; Nertou. riaa.
tj.Lurr.pu.,o, kpiieuey, aul K.ta ; Maciau aad Pbr-
ai locaoaci y, ie-.l,a.g nil Half aune, Ac, b
e.,. a. viimrweii, i. iw auirv of ibe Qrrm
A Ba. le 1 koaa.a la af uttrn"
Beat bn.ler .eel. ID a Da.m aarav... . ....a a.1-
dra-w, ftn' ;r, t, IB r r. . c r a I eeale or la
oelaa atampa, by liLl Nat A to .
127 ateweay. Near Vara. Pwa OS. Bub
IiiMiw. l'- it early and yea lata snoBwy
WLiia you a.ep, lr sou save by datro .ng laana.
yat aurm. t,. c. ia a Id ty aii dro.-iaia.
ap.e ixibisal HaMiB A CHAr jLaN, Boat oa.