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SATURDAY, ArF.IL 14, 1SC6.
lis-ting secured the passage, of the
Ciil Rights till, through both Houses
of Congress, the radicals axe now de
liberating as to the next forward move
ment. The Chicago Tribune, one of
the most popular as it is the ablest
newspaper exponent of radical Yiews,
insist that Congress shall proceed, by
the same two-thirds vote by which the
Civil Eights bill passed, to adopt some
measure to reorganize the State Govern
merits, South, and to "extend the right
of suffrage in some form to some class
of freedmen." "So long," it says, " as
those governnenU are permitted to
continue in existence with their present
voting basis, those States will be at war
with Congress, and will, in a great mea
sure, nullify its laws. The power in
those States can never pass wholly or
in part into the hands of loyal anti
slavery men, friends of freedom, of
education, of free speech, free press,
and of Northern ideas, until the change
is effected by the colored vote. If any
State be not prepared for this, let it
wait. But the mere knowledge that
this is required would be all the pre
paration any Southern State would
need. There is no earthly reason why
they should regard the extension of
the suffrage any more objectionable
than abolition, to which they have
sen ted. Einancipttinit U not complete,
or even secure, without it The ballot
is essential to liberty."
The Tribune is only a little faster
and more candid than the masi of the
radicals. All of them regard negro
suffrage as necessary to the success of
their plans to make the Southern States
mere puppets, responsive to their mi
ninuiauons. it will not be lone ere
they attempt to coerce the Southern
Slates into their views. It is not pro
bable that they can secure the ratifica
tion of any amendment to the Consti
tution they may propose, on tnis sub
ject. They will, therefore, attempt the
game of bluff, hoping thereby to arouse
the apprehensions of the Southern
people, and through their fears, win a
victory. President Johnson has, by
Lis Fence Proclamation, taken from
them the claim of war power to effect
their object; but they are already de
claring that be Lad no authority to issue
the said proclamation, and that it is
null and of no effect that the power
to ssy when the rebellion is at an end,
rests exclusively with Congress. If
they can retain the two-thirds majority
which paxsod the Civil Rights Bill, they
will adopt a reconstruction policy in
opposition to that of the Fresideut,
aud make negro suffrage one of the
conditions of restoration to their rights
in the Union.
But all this rests upon the contin
gency of retaining a two thirds majori
ty, which is scarcely possible. They
may be able to hinder or retard the
success of the President's plan of reor
ganization, and keep the Southern
States out of the present Congress; but
we do not believe they can accomplish
their purpose of forcing the South to
choose between negro euffrago and re
maining out of their practical relations
with the General Government So we
would advise our readers, and all South
ern men to keep cool; and not to be
come vexed and irritated. We must
bide our time. Having been "out in
the cold" so long, there is no danger
now of freezing. We have learned to
suffer, and, we hope, to bear. The
present Congress expires on the 4'.h of
March next IU successor will be a
very different sort of a body; com
posed of representatives fresh from
the people and ready to carry out
their wishes, which are for an im
mediate restoration of all the late
rebel States to their old portion 'a
the Union. We cannot hasten the hap
py event "of complete restoration by
auything we may do. Our system of
government Las lorms which must be
observed, and we must await in pa
tience the day of our deliverance, Ne
gro suffrage may not, as the Tribune
says, be more objectionable than abo
lition, but we cannot assent to it, at the
demand of radicalism, although we as
ented to the other. We must stand
by our constitutional rights; and have
faith in the power of the masses of the
North to secure us in the enjoyment of
of them. When we have secuied them,
if we see cause to extend the right ol
suffrage to any or all of the colored
men iu our midst, we can do so.
The "Central Directory."
We learn from the Washington cor
respondent of the Cincinnati Commer
cial that the "Central Directory" held
a very important meeting on the 11th
iust It is understood that they pro
pose to take up the case of Tenuessee
at an early day, and to disose of it by
admitting our delegation. What reason
for their admission exist now that did
out exist three months ago T Is it the
indention of the Directory to recede
from its former position ; or does it ex
il the President to turn his back on
A fellow named Orlh, from Indiana,
made a speech in Washington Tuesday
cirht lu the course of his remarks he
aai.i "W Leva told the man in the
White House that we will not go with
him in treasonable acts. As an old
HiKw.ersaid the other day, 'We have
tun on the ground and are rolling over
hiui." He regretted that Hie man
whom the Vuiou party had elevated to
power should raise Lis puny arm aud
endeavor to roll back the waves. Con
gress has already remained here long
euouph to show Liiu that two thirds of
both Houses can legislate without Lis
aid ; and we must succeed, for "God is
on our side."
Orth makes a great mistake, relative
to Lis lt-ader. It is the -Devil" that is
on Lis side; Le and Lis brother radi
cals are going headlong to destruction,
and trying to take the country with
CorTsv Btroac Faktt. Senstor
Doohttle, of Wisconsin, in referring to
the Instructions of the Legislature of
that 5-Ule to its United States Senat
ors, to vote against the President's veto
of the Civil Rights Bill, said:
"I know, sir, that if I disregard these
instructions and vole to sustain the
President s poTi ct termi
nate my public lite. Be it so I would
not sit here lor an Lour with the weight
upon my conscience, which I would
Lave if I failed In this hour in what I
conceive to be my duty to my couctrv.
1 respect the opinions oj the men who
nave constituted themselves my in
structors. But they have been deceived
and misinformed. If they were here
they would think and act differently."
A Siberian exile, named Michael
Uevendorff, Las lately applied to be
transferred to America United States
Minister Clay interceded with the Pre
sident for the Utter 's unofficial ioter
iereuce, and the younr Russian is now
n route for the New World, where he j
Las relations. 1
However much President Johnson
may differ with the party which eleva
ted him to power, it is very evident
that he Las no intention of throwing
himself into the arms of any organiz v
tion which has even the smell cf d.s
loyalty upon its garments. However
much bis views may clash with certa'.n
of the Union leaders, he manifestly in
tends, as he has declared, to fight his
battles within the lines of the Union
party. In his recent conversation with
Gov. Cox, of Ohio, he said bis whole
heart was with the boiy of true men
who carried the country through the
war and he earnestly desired to main
tain a cordial and perfect understand
ing with them.
After making the most strenuous ef
forts to win over the Republican Presi
dent, the Democrats are at last coming
to the conclusion that their labors will
prove unavailing, if a sudden cb.nge of
tone affords any criterion to judge
from. For example, Senator Snulsbury
said in the course of his lachrymose
speech before a gathering of the faith
fui at Washington on (Saturday, that
he was tired ot supporting a man who
would not help himself ; who let the
Connecticut election go against h m,
when he could have prevented it; who
gives his cilices to his enemies, and re
tains a Cabinet wholly inimical to Lis
The World now wantslt to be under
stood that " Mr. Johnson is not our
President" Democrats "praise and
support him just exactly as we should
have praised and supported Mr. Lin
coln. We do not ask of him anything
except not to desert himself. We do
not as k for offices; we do not want
them." It continues:
The President, in beirg afraid to
identify Liaise If in any way with the
Democratic ' party (perhaps from mo
tives of delicacy which we appreciate),
can lose something ; but that party
which needs no particular man can
easily do without him. Clay left it,
and, though few more able men have
lived since Washington, the Democratic
party managed to exist without him,
and to beat him as often as he wooed
the combat We do not envy Mr.
Johnson his pretended friends of Se
ward Si Co , whom he so often and so
bitterly denounced as enemies of the
Union, subverter of the Constitution,
and provokers of ciil war We did not
ask him not to affiliate with them; but
he knows that, though he ask it, we
will not affiliate with tbem; their bands
are too red with blood and their pock
(;ts too plethoric with public plunder.
The News likewise changes its atti
tude toward the President this morn
ing, and ssys:
If the President will consent to be
the tool of a faction, let him execute
the unconstitutional laws of those legis
lative monopolists. But, if he is Presi
dent of the United States, he need not
fear to trample upon the edicts of the
demagogues who are going through the
show and mockery of legislation at
Following the lead of these two jour
nals, we may now expect the rural
Democratic press will go still further
and soundly berate Mr. Johnson for not
fulfilling their expectations, and rang
ing himself aloDg with them.
The President, however, will doubt
less pay but little heed to, and care less
about these unfriendly expressions of
opinion. Nor need he look to mere
party organizations fur approval and
support If, rising above ail party ties
and influences he fearlessly and con
scientiously performs his whole duty,
the voice of the American people will
applaud and uphold him. V. 1'. Cum
Army Officers' Pay Hill.
As soon as it was found that the House
Military Committee proposed to change
the system of paying army officers so
as to give them iixed salaries, they
were beset by representatives of al
most every grade, and if they do not
succeed in their endeavor to equalize
the pay ol otltcers, it certainly will not
be from lack of advice. They reported
the bill with amendments, and had it
made the special order for the 'I
inst The new bill lixes the following
as the yearly compensation, viz:
lieutenant General fl-.OOvl.
Msjor General when commanding
a geographical military division em
bracing two or more departments, or
of a separate army actually iu the Jeld
and engaged in military operation-),
ti.URi. When commanding a
graphical military department or di
vision in the tie id, ;o.oiu v Hen on
other duty, $6,(X)0
Brigadier General-whea commanding
a military department, army or divis
ion in the fat-Id, so.dlKJ. ben com
manding a brigu.de or on other duty
Colonel when commanding a "brig
ade or military post, $3,500. When
command ne a regiment or on other
duty. f 3,0-JO.
Lieutenant Colonel when command
inga regiment or military post, IfcJ.SOU.
When on oilier duty, fcJ.OJU
rirst Lieutenant, $1,800.
Second Lieutenant, 1,000.
A Ilcbcl Opinion of lleechcr.
A letter writer from Alabama, in the
New York Watchman (Southern), has
a neighbor who hat beu on a visit rej
cently to the great metropolis, anil
IhiDks well of Rev. U. W. Beecher. He
1 went half an hour before the time
and barely was in time lor a seat
Beecher will da Beecher has religion
The people sing like a genuine Metho
dist camp meeting You feel when you
come away, that, tod helping, you will
be a r utter man. Your heart is moved,
your eyes moistened. ro nigger, no
politics real gospel, heart searching,
practical, Bible religion. 1 went sunn,
and it was the same thing. We dis
cussed Beecher, and concluded he
would do, and made up our minds to
invite him down here to the capital of
Alabama to preach I
Til Nkxt Stkp. Chief Justice Chase
still continues the practice of making
political speeches while holding Lis
hith ollioe. He yesterday, in a sieech
in New York, exulting over the passage
of the Civil Rights Bill, and said the
next step would be to give the negro
vote. tVrtainly that is the next step,
and it would not lie any morn uncon
stitutional than the one already taken
The Chief Justice sees no impropriety
in committing himself, in advance, upou
these questions that will come up for
decision in his Court there has been
a time in which no ssu-b iudecenrv as
this would Lave been tolerated by any
body. (it f.nq.
.The Meadville (Ta., Republican is
rrsponsib.e lor tue lollowing : A wed
ding took place at the Occidental the
other dsy, the parties being a widower
who was about to perpetrate matri
mony the third time, and a widow who
had invested her affections for the se
cond time. When the prospective hus
band walked into the parlor with the
"Squire," the widow was seated read
ing a novel. She got up joined bauds,
and transferred her devoted heart and
fortune to husband No. and he pro
mised to b a faithful "lovyer" to wife
No 3. When the ceremony was over
the wife sat down, picked un the nnvl
and remarked, "Now 1 11 go on with my
story," aud gave no further attention
to husband, magistrate or spectators
Rh hmomj Papers. After an
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changes once more appear, having K.u
obliged to suspend publication in can-
se-menre of a strike of their cotupom-
tote, ihe explanation of the diili.-n. -
at given the b, is tiru tiy t!:
lHlor the war thf price of corut-'i
tioo wss thirty cents t?r ftiousana r.m.
Tbe ric since the trmination of th
war was lilty cents, but the t.uhl
deerutDjt tbis pric excrbiUnL in con-
seiuenc of the increased price of ps per,
etc , antt unable to carry on their busi
nes without a reduction of
uurrra tue puci!. forty cents per
....uruu. mis oner was rejicted and
tne wen abruptly struck work. Tha
publishers were therefore obliged to
"'l,"u puuiii-aiion ior a week, and
" interval they procured me
iviuvvafT cities, with whee aid ther
v v irmme tueir Lusineae,
On tbe gravestone of an old
Puxbury. Jias. aftr Lh m.r,. r
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ucr uiuie, uate of Ueata end ar. ),.
epiUih aseerfs the neeJ!M., r
addic to a well esublishsvl f.m. t -
the Simple secU;nc. "Thr,;.i
HOCSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
Fairer, April 13.
The niuo met at the usual hour, Mr.
Speaker lleitkell in 'he chair.
Prayer by liev. Mr, Ciimribell.
Thejjurual of yesterday wss read and
Air. 'ormn pressnled a bill authorizing
the payiu nt of the jailor of Jlcodersou
couu y, the sum f $la6, for the boarding of
prii-ouers, who escape t through the bad
condition of the jail. Referred.
Air. Mailina presented a communication
from A. Johnsou Jr., keeper ot the Peni
tent ory, which was referred to the Com
mittee on Penitentiary.
MESSaGl rnoit the Gorszsoa.
A nicitsge was received from the Gov
ernor which is given elsewhere:
Ous thou 3i ad cop es of the message were
ordered to be printed.
Mr. Arntll presented a bill to prevent a
chssru in leial proceedings. Referred.
Mr. Doughty presented a bill to estab
lish a laLk of discount at Knoxville. Re
ferred. Mr. 8mith, of Hardeman, presentee! a
resolution re'inesting Mr. Steels to explain
why Mr. P. Williams' name was signed te
the ad -1 ret j of the retiring member. Adopt
ed under a suspense of the rules.
RESOLCTIOSS LATIPG OVtl.
The resolut ion of Mr. Williams, requiring
the House to set six hours in a dav, was
takec up, alter so amendment, which mere
ly required the llousstomectata iuo a. m.,
it was adopted.
Senate 11:11 to incorporate the we;t Ten
nessee Mining and Petroleum Company,
was passed on its second reading.
SEX1TE BILLS ON A FIKST SEADING.
The following Senate bills were taken up
on their first reading, and dispoied of as
For the benefit of the late Senator Peart.
To incorporate the Jonesbora Female
To incorporate the Central Tennessee
C liege, for the education of colored people.
Adjourned till 2 p. m.
Mr. Psttoi moved a call of the House 57
members being present.
Mr. Thornburg, from the Committee on
Elections, reported in favor cf admitting
Mr. St. Clair, of Dyer and Lauderdale, and
Mr. Morton, of Jackion, to sests. Adopted.
Mr. Elliott presented the credeutisls of
Mr. Ordway, of Giles, which were referred
to the Committee on Elections.
Senate bill incorporating the Union
Mining end Manufacturing Company, wss
passe i on ils first reading.
Senate bill to allow an increase of Nota
ries Public in towns of over 3,000 inhabi
tants, was passed on its second reading.
SENATE BILLS OX A PIEST BEADINO.
The following Sen ato bills came upon
their first reading :
Bill incorporating the Sydney Lyons
Mining and Petroleum Company. Parsed.
Bill 2o5 : To incorporate the Caney Fork
Oil and Lumber Company, known in the
Senate as the Omnibus bill, to which are at
tached amendments establishing the follow
Collins and Duck River Oil and Mining
Tennessee Northwestern Oil Compmy.
Cumberland Biver Oil and Mining Com
(jrat Northwestern Petroleum, Mining
and Munulnc.uring Coinpiny.
Cumberland Oil and Mining Company
franklin Mining and Pe.roleuiu Com
Equitable Mining and Petroleum Com
Spencer Oil, Mining and Petroleum Com
tutted States Mining acd Manufacturing
Jackson Oil, Coal and Slate Company.
Perry and Decatur Oil aud Miuiug Com
Nanhville Petroleum and Mining Board.
Alabama, Tennessee asd Northwestern
Oil and Mining Oouipauy.
National Mining ami Manufacturing Com
Macon County Mining and Petroleum
lit-Knit) County Mininz and Petroleum
Ttijiieeiee and Ultawan Uil and Mining
Tenneisce and Alabama Mining and Man
ufacturing ( om pany.
G eeneville Petroleum, Mining and Man
llartsville Oil and Mining Company.
Nashvilio Mining and Petroleum Com
Pioneer Oil and Mi nine Company.
Buck and Collins Uivers Oil and Mining
Chillomee Mining Company.
Cincinnati petroleum, Mining and Manu
Humbi-Idt Mining Company.
llol'ion oil, Mining aud Manufacturing
t euton Mining and Tetrolcum Company.
Overton County, Tennesiee, Oil and Mi
BradJey M ining, Manufacturing and Pe
Ooud Intent C'jal Oil, Mining and .Manu
Great r ails Mining and Petroleum Com
pany. Eaet Tcnne?tee Petroleum Company.
Kichtnond C. al and Oil Compauy.
Snow Creek Oil and Mining Company.
National Miuing'hnd Manuucunug Com
pany, Smith's Fork and DeKalb County Cil
and Mining Company.
Caney Fork snd Putnam County Oil end
Bill to smund the act establishing a S ate
Claim Agency at Washington, D C. Passed.
bill for the benefit ol the county hind
holders of the Lou sville A Nashvills rail
road, aud certain other railroads. Passed.
Bill making it a misdemeanor to commit
a liuismico in the h-.Ha and staining of the
capitol budding. Pas.ed.
Bill to author, ze the im;nc; of $100,000
in bonus, to tue Cincinnati, cuinneri.na
Geo and Charleston railroad, aud also
S.2U0.0O0 in bonds to the Naehvillo and
North Western railroad. Passed
Bill to provide lor the collection of debts
dualue leune see i,unatic Ast mm. raised
Bill lor the reiief of Dyer, and other coun
ties, in which jails and couit-houses have.
been burned. I'assef.
Hill to pay W. T. Berry Co., for books
sld to the (Hals library. Passed.
bill t j iucorporaie the Chattanooga Print
ing and 1 ubnshiric Company, rinsed.
Bill to change the time of holding the
(r.aiicry Court in Lawrcn e county.
Bui to mcreise the compensation oi
B 11 lo encourage immigration. Passed.
, Bill to iucorpoiatv tho Foiked Doer Riicr
lull to increase the fees of Sheriffs, for
feeding prisoners iu jail, to 69 cents per day.
an. I l..r other purposes. ruseu.
tint to revito the rnsrter ol toe boutn
(ftMtern Kailroad Com pan v. Passed.
Bill to amend the insurance laws of the
Bill to purchase s life six portrait of Gen.
Thomas, to be plueo! ia the capitol build
lug. i asset!.
b t extend civil rights to colored per
sons. 1 ss-e 1.
Bill to pav for work and labor on the
capitol, aud capitol grounds. Passed.
Bill to enhaLce I lie value and security of
blnte mortgages. 1 asset.
lull to incorporate the ! ash ville Colored
lieuavoleul Society. Passed.
Bill to incorporate the Tennessee Siesm
Tanning Association. Psssed.
Bill t purch se a marble statue of An
drew Jaearo;. Pa-scd.
Bill lo i revent the selling of spirituous
liquors wilhiu two aud a ha I miles ol the
1 leasant G.ovo Aosdomy, in Maury county.
Bill to incresso the capital stock of (he
shvi!lcGss Company. I ossel.
lull csUMithiug a branch Kauroad Irom
Huuliuiou to the M.s.issippi Central Ksil-
i. ill 1.1 aiuiua stx-ii on u.vo! the roue.
iiui to incorporate the Here Insurance
I ototomy of Nnhvilir. Passed.
ii.il lo prevent the sale of pint unus lion
vutiiu 1. ur mi.es ol the ilasoliie CJilee in
syette roil my. 1 astea.
Bill to change the tirt chsncY district
Pa sed and reierrcd to the Judiciary Cm
Biil to incorporate the Tennessee Petro
leum sod Miuiug Company. 1 asjed.
jflPXT t.lKPER TOI tiiLLIRlKS TO BS
Clsirsd tbis Time There were tumul
tuous demon -f rations of joy in thecal-
leries of the United States Senate, on
rriusy i veninp, wnen the announce
ment was made by the i-peaker that
the Senate had paired the Civil Rights
cil over ine rresidents veto: but on
this occasion there wss no order issued
for clearing the galleries, as was tbe
case on the occasion of the Senata'a
ustaininc the veto of the Kree-dmen'a
iimrau Ann. men tas gaueries ap
'plauded and then the galleries were
cl ared. Think of that
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The De Witt (Iowa) Observer says:
"JeseG. Royalty, who was taken last
week to Fort Madison to serve three
years for having three living wives, has
been discovered to have two more at
Sprtngtield, Ma Thus this youthful
ruain loung Las five wives bo-
sues a black woman whom he en eared
lo marry while they were oonhued in
jau at lliis place.
An Essex county, Massachusetts,
viiuow, who nm reen live times a vi.fe
lately arranged with a rich octogenal
rian that she should take him for her
sixth husband if he would make his
will in her favor in advance. They
went to Newburyport and arranrrl .
day with the lawyer for mtk in at (Via
wui, cut wiore the dsv came th nM
H.ai ' oW-P-re four year, of hi. life iifoffirai
dead, and the artful duties, while hi. UmOySnSS
v hit wife nor heir. need of tii kbor 7 & 1
f.nl I.,.. . - , ... f
widow wu neither
BY LAST NIGHT'S MAIL
Niw 0LitA!ts, March 12. The suit of the
British bondholders against the Jackson
Kailnad is creating great excitement.
Their pressure is loudly condemned. The
report of the railroad is published and is
satisfactiry. The city is employing coun
sel far defense.
Mayor Monroe, now suspended, intends
going" to Wsshingvon to get pardon.
All the pipers will have vigorous leaders
on the Federal situation on Friday morning.
Mexican news Tia Havana states that
Corcrsa is besieging Mszatlan. He had
also possession of the Sinaloa mines and is
coining money on his own account. The
commerce ol Msxatlsn, Gusjamas, and
other Pacific ports ia represented to be
French suhjecta continue to be subjected
to forced loans and other oppressions. The
whole cosst was in the bands of the Liber
als. The Emperor has given a grand cross
nf th Order of Leopold and that of Isabe.
the Catholic, to Almonte, who is the ruling
spirit of the Empire.
Havana news is unimportant.
Governor Hamilton, of Texas, made a
speech at Austin recently, in which he op
posed some ordinance passed by the Con
vention as Dot being republican nor meet
ing the demand made upon them constitu
tionally. They had passed but one ordi
nance which aecarded fully with the Presi
dent's policy, and that was declaring the
war debt null and void. He appealed from
the action of the Convention to the people.
The Convention had pissed an ordinance
exempting all persons who, nnder authority
of civil or military power, had inflicted in
jury upon parsons during the war from be
ing held accountable. Such ordinance
would not snd should not shield them. He
called upon the loyal people of the State to
He believt-d that provision should have
been risde V permit the negro to vote it he
became elevated and came up to a certain
standard. The convention had refused this,
snd refuse! to give any quota of the school
fund or mi.ke any prov. s on for their edu
cation. They hid, however, been taxed to
assist the whites in sending their cnildreu
to school. He intended to denounce to the
people those who had worked aga net the
interest of the State.
6t. Imvis, April 12. In the Circuit Court,
Judge Bsber presiding, the case of Jno. D.
S. iirydeu va. Tjios. C. Fletcher, Gover
nor of Missouri, - the Judge of the Su
preme Court snd others, came up f;r trial,
sir. Dryden, it will be remembered, was
one ot the Judges of the defunct Supreme
Court, who;e position was declared vacant
by the Constitutional Convention of lo6i,
and who failing to comply with the ordi
nance vscating his office was removed there
from by force. He now c'aims damages to
the amount of several thousand dollars, on
the ground of unwarranted arrest and aggra
Considerable time was consumed in em
pannel.cg a jury on Monday. There were
fifty-three challenges in all. It was dim
cult to find any one who bad not formed
some sort of opinion on the merits of the
case. Two of the juron, however, stated
that they had never heard of anything
in regard to it. Yesterday the counsel
for the plaintiff offered in evidence
the commission of Mr. Prydeu ss a
Judge. Objections wore made as to
its admissability, on the ground that
the fundamental law of the btate vacated
the commission on the 1st day of May,
lb65, and as it was dated several mouths
previous, it was irrelevant. The point wjs
argued at length by Mr. Merrill ior plain
tiff and Mr. Drake for the defense. Judge
Reber decided tbst the commission of Gov.
Gsmblo to the plaintiff was not competent
eviaence, noiaing mat tue oruiuauce oi mu
Constitutional Convention which removed
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was a proper amendment of ihecorfstilution
under the act calling the convention, loe
Judge also held that Judge Dryden had no
legal title to the cilice of Judge of the (Su
preme Court on the day be wss removed by
force ; and that he could Dot recover in un
action for his ejectment from that otlice.
This decision sustains the new constitution
throughout, and the legality of the action
of the Convention ; and that the Judges
had no vested rights to their seats, but
could be removed at any time by the act of
The Lobby Scheme Before the Hump
Congress--The Oceun Mails Ac
tion of the Postmaster-General,
Bpe. iil dispatch to ths Cicissau Enqu rer.
WasHiiicros, April II. Among the
numerous lobby and adventurous
schemes being urged now upon Con
gress are several for obtaining subsidies
for service of Trans-Atlantic mail from
New York, Boston and Baltimore to
various European ports.
The loyalists who have these schemes
in charge hare thus far found their
greatest stumbling block in the ex
pressed opinion of Postmaster-General
Uenmson, who prefers the self-sustain
ing system of ocean mail service. Gov.
Ddnni6on finds no difficulty in this
system ; on the contrary, he is unable
to supply all the demands from owners
of vessels, who apply for employment
upon terms of tne department, namely
postages on tne mails conveyed.
the lostmaster-Generat steadily re
fuses to recommend any departure from
the established policy of tne Depart
ment, not only because of the financial
wants of the Government, but as well
from the absence of any necessity of
speoial legislation in behalf of the
Trans-Atlantic service. lie thinks the
kind of legislation urged by the lobby
ists would retard rather than advance
the general commercial prosperity.
Particularly would it be injudicious
to subsidize separate lines from each of
our Atlantic ports. Tho schemers are
becoming impatient, and are at & loss
to successfully meet the Postm&ster-
General's ot-j actions to special subsidy
lor tne pecuniary advantages of owners
Mr. Banoroft has received much cen
sure, both at home and abroad for his
oration on the lamented President
He has been charged with an exhibi
tion of decidedly bad taste in assailing
England eo warmly, when he must
have been aware in advance that Eng
lish representatives would be present
ana listen to nis discourse. "Yankee.
me wen-Known American correspon
dent oi tne London tpectator, comes to
his defence, however, and stating that
which he knows to be a fact, places the
nisiorian in an entirely new light,
m e quota irom nis last letter :
It seems that in parsing judgment
upon the taste and propriety tf certain I
passages of Mr. Bancroft's oration in I
memory of Mr. T.incoln, we were all in
the dark upon one imDort&nt point
ana were muintormea upon another.
Mr, Bancroft looked upon the occasion
as a purely domestic one, and wrote his
oration with a Bingle eye to Congress
as nis audience in lact, considered
himself rather as the mouthpiece, the
retained spokesman of the House of
it.'presentatives. liut when he arrived
at aehmgton, and learned that the
diplomatic corps bad been specially in
Tiled to bear him, he addressed a not
to bir Frederick Bruce, suggesting as
kindly as possible that it would be
more agreeable to him not to be pre-
sem. ai tne delivery ot tbe oration,
fcir Frederick, in reply, thanked Mr.
Bancroft for bis warning, but added
that if there was anything to be said
against Great Britain or the Govern
ment that he bad the honor of repre
senting, he wished to hear it He con
sequently came, and after tbe oration
went un to Mr. Bancroft and con
versed with him for a few minutes, not
only with courtesy but kindness. This
nas not been made public, but I state
it not uj oa report, but knowledge. As
to Sir Frederick Bruce's declining to
meet Mr. Bancroft at dinner beoana
of his speech, there has no evi
dence come to light to sustain the posi
tive assertions of the Washington cor
respondents that such was th
Thus whatever judgment may be passed
"I1"" me pertinence ot jut. Hancrofi i
strictures to the subiect of hia nniim,
tie must be held cuiltless of th rhr
of disregarding the feelings of a dis-
wuguisuea guest who was invited to
oe present, and sat silent and helplef
"" uw uovernmem was attacked
tnese facts ' Yankee' JnihiUM .lo.
nvea irom Mr. Bancroft himself.
a. cxikbjxo ocs.vr. me announce
1 C r.
ment created a scene only equaled in
rrvcm yean DV llial WblCh uniu.H nn
tne psssaee of the Conatit nf innal
Amendment Two thousand mnnnii
in the galleries and four hundred per
sons on the floor at once broke out into
most Hearty, genuine and long contin
ued applause, during which an adjourn
ment wss moved and carried within
a absenting TOtce. Hjii Ctrr. JV. Y.
oucrt a disgraceful scene reminds
one of the nobs which used to thronf
111. 1 I l .1 , ...
nsaemuiy in lueasys of the French
Revolution, and icfiuence its delibera
tions ty their applause.
Governor Hamilton, of Texas, de
"' o ne a candidate for the office
uvj now noids Dy military appointment
His mam reason is that h i i
without a home, and cannot .ff;
WANT ED Married Ladies whoe health will
no aamit cf an lserra'e of firi:y. send S
cent atam for lr. Stuart's Private t ircular to Mar
red La.iim, and common sose will tell you it is
NO HU jlbUtj. All communications strejy eons
ilential. I R. UCI'LEY HTUABT.
aprM-Jmw P. O. Drawer 6oj, Chicago, m.
PURE LAKE IOE
WILL "be delivered to any part ot the city.
Families, Hote!s snd Rtsuarants aill te
promptly sopplied, br lear.ng thmr order s at I apt.
Wideoex'a Livery (-table, ho. W North Market
Street. prl-4-Sjij JOBN KOGA.N.
WE will sell THIS MORN1N9 om of the best
asecrusd stocks of Fancy Groceries we have
ocerea lor n OD-ns. consisting ol
14 barrels Pike's WhUkr,
S do Bou'boa whisky,
a ao ihu tije ao
SO box Star Oanales,
60 do bteeilne Candles,
2d U boxes Star Candles,
10 V; do do do
100 lbs. Gram Pepper, ia boxes,
14 birxs browe fugsr,
i do Crushed Sugar,
8 (rroos Ssr.lmes,
15 dosen Ovstrrs,
do C'in Fruit,
to box and ha t boxes RaUias,
10J bnjes C gars, . , .
1 Can Cnrrants,
Togethor.w ta s large lot of Tyesttiffs, Faney
Soaps, c fcOLLING t HtALD.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL.
r PROPOSE to rell the nnexpired term of air
lease ia the Si. Chtiles Hotel, of North MwkM I
rire.'t, do. ss, ana clij a 'w doors from tne PaUie
ThH ta a splendid opportnni'y tor ioToaticnit ia
a paying bosuiMs, and lor any one desirous to eo-
gge in tn t Jim new ol Hotel keeping. The 8C
ARLKS ia located in the centre of the IxniirM
part of the City; the buildina has baas thoroughly
redtted, and newly furniheu. The lease smiles
on tne nrst oi January, im
H. B. HAMILTON.
I I HEIFER & CO.,
No. 76 North Market Street,
IN &SHV1116, 1 CDDGSSGG.
JEKP constantly on band a gxkl assortment
Trotting igons.Sprlng Wagons, Farm
Wagons, Skeleton Wagons,
Jnd will mslte to order all kinds of PLEASURE
CAKKiAfilvi in their tine, on fmr Urmsand of the
bent ana enal.
Dealers are respectfully invited to call and x
amini our tock before piin basirg elsewhere
iM-p.mii); ions wrn neatness and dispatch,
aod all work warranted.
A. A. HELFER & CO.
E. REMINGTOM & SONS,
f Q J MANUFACTURERS OP
Revolver, Blfleg, Muskets and
Ko the fnited 8tat serrice. Also Pocket snd
Ult KernlTers, Repeat ne Pistols, Kirle Canes, Re
volving R tl-s. B fla and bh t Gue Bairela, ad(.un
MaterilKenllv. Sola hy Uun Uealers sad lha
iroe tnrougnoui mecountrv.
In there data of Unnae Breaking and Robbsrv
every hon. ftore, bank, and orh' should nave
one of REMINGTON'S REVOLVERS.
Ctrculara co taiaieg cots and deacriptioa cf our
Arms wi'l h fi-nherl upon appliC4tion. I
it. nsjtniiiUJ j MIS' Ihon, N. Y.
MOOKK A MCHOI S. Avant.
apriH2-3m Ho. SO Oourtlaad bt , N. Y.
Foa Clothe i-Mots, Sold hy dnim''ii everywhere.
ap'ia m in su tiAKttis a CUACMAN, Boston.
A N e'ection i I te held on Wsdaesday, SSth
X infi , a, inv uiuiw rosier. Alien A tin.. Kn
t North Cherry street, second floor, for President.
tin Wore and Treasurer nf Tha Hrr.rl kin. I
Brid Company, to serve for ihs ensuins twelve
iiKnin a. w. nu ilkk. BeantatT.
apiiUl Id '
L, L. COLEMAN.
AMONGST the many complimentary
notices given us by the press of this
city, we know of none which we deem
as coming with so much heartfelt sin
cerity, as the following from the JVLuA
vclle Daily Union :
At a period like the present, when onr
city is filled to overflowing with a transient
population, and diseases prevail to an ex
tent hitherto undreamt of, it is proper that
the means of cure should be of readv on.
cess, and that those immediate! interested
shou'd have information which will lead
tbem to avail themselves ot competent
Aieuicsi aavice. Jieu who nuve Deeu edu
cated iu the best schools of the profession
of Medicine, and been successful iu a prac
tice of many years, are surely worthy of
confidence; if they have given their atten
tion exclusively to one branch of the pro
fession, aiid made themselves masters oi it.
they have still more right to expect sup
port, mire particularly if they have sfl'urd.
ed proof of their ability to cure. To thia
latter class belongs DH. L. L. COLEMAN,
who, in bis specialty, has been a benetaetor
to the aillicted, and may ever be relied on
as a sale acd sure physiciau.
We respectfully inform our friends
that we may still be found at our office.
relieving those atHicted with
Also, all Female afflictions arising from
functional derangements of the WOMB
and irregular Menstruation.
All my preparations can be sent by
Express to any portion of the country.
L. L. COLEMAN, ai.D.,
te North Cherry Street,
Post OfEce Box 502. Nashville. Tena.
Notice (o Shippers and Connect
FREIGHT OFPICK N. k C.
fiAsaviua. Man h IS,
asms. w. a a. K. k. nave rv-fuaed to receive
Po' aioes aad Apple, aod pav our charm.. o
tiiv wiins w ar uuji'r ine n.-ty of rvfuMna to
m-eive stK-h freht, utiles freight, are prepaid oa
0 receipt of one Dollar,
1 will ftniiah priotei inn'ruMiorn br wfcu h anv p
oo can a-.iaii a maimt alaouwi hh . . ...
aad vii-age-s and by wfcioh they eaa secure a haad
sotne mcome. Invalid, eves, eaa do well br it. as
it is do pedHisi at? r. but a lu.iima ihw ,. V,ki.
raepri-ta' 1. ive dollar will buy evethisx
' H"UTU" umui witn. mn to
tmwe ths pav the imnH td caenn. ... , . .
The aiueie. raa be procured al eat Lvwher.oT
I. UkHTUH. So. Ui torand 3trel N.. v.l. ,
1 1.1 rareived by M. A. Pairub A Co., CoUe
I btraet. Soma ai KrrA '
r Oj rfn ot Cora,
liJ Kc-ra of Oato,
1 O0 Kai of Braa,
1 wu hjumm ot av.
Dr. C. W. HARPER.
Office, Ko. i Somb Cfcfrry Strrrt,
6KCO.NO EOOK SOUTH OF TBS POST OFFICS,
li MM Ull
J ljMJ.-J.Ll .
SHIRTS MADE . TO ORDER.
No. 28 Cherry Street,
Several of the Lots in
Free Territory and not Taxable
Convenient to Water iroi Us !
Wednesday, the 18th of Ipril,
At 11 o'clock, am., on the premises,
Being the MOST BEAUTIFULLY SITUATED Lots
in the city, and present a magnificent vie
of Nashville and surrounding tcensrv.
Run within Tso Hundred and Fi'ty feet of the Pro
perly. Lots floating on M-uket. CMilsnan and
Riitlerfgentreels, snd Lebauon Pike, Central street
ad University aveane.
Sale to eomipence on Market street, ojvposite the
One-Fourth cash; balance on a credit of six,
twelve, eighteen snd twen'y fjur months, with in
terest from data, aatsfatiory security required.
and lien retained.
Psrt'es desiring to purchase will be given
FRKK PASSAGE ON THS STREET CARS TO
Colls'ioa as usual.
M. B. HOWRLL, C. dc M.
J.HR.W. BROWN, Agents.
S'X Union Breet.
F. B. Fooo, Ezecntor
G. M. Pueo, Jr., As't ConnseL
ICE! ICE!! ICE!!!
HAHN, CR0MIE & CO.
HAVING put op 20.000 torn r.f Superior
Northern Ice. we are aUe in fill nnium ,n -
call the atUiauon of Ualera aad other. ih't
i will make eoBOacts. oa reasonable term f. n..
"r"-"' ive aa a can oefore makina- ar-
HAHN, CROMIE A CO..
sort Im No. 1 Cnddle st , near LouimviIIs
Spring Stock, 1866
I T. KIBKPlTRICiTS,
QN BR SEEN THB HANDSOMEST BTOCK
Staple aod Fancy Dry Goods
For the present eea-m. ever il.il,ii i iu;.
all bought w th e the la three weet., and wh.tav'r
decline there may have he le toe l.nt. we have
f the benebt ,f Ml Wlll r.,nm.
bv way of otfenna 8 aula (.,-1. i
witn tne hope tf mailing it m. r.. n,Ku. VT!
'"P1',1? evervthinjt at aa small proti S u ihe
pre,nibi)Ih rali.fK,D Te aid exoeov.
soerallTi, a-lmitrf ik r Z.
- - - JV .. m lowest rrit'aa. a
everjthm? warranted as represented.
ElfStnt Dress Ellki,
f rlnted Llnea fambrles,
LADIES Ilf HOUaKIXO
Will find fall line, of ,v.rythio new an i desirable
ia thu way.
In Kreat yariety. i, KeJ Point, Point Ap'Ju ie, Y-
I I CELL
r7I HfTITTIIlTfl Tftmn
Ufiles' Silk Sacks, Lace Points,
All new sad handsome.
Splendid tjock cf
Goods for Boys' Wear.
B081EBV, cf ali jrrsd s and ,
-4, sad 1 1.4 Uaea
4, 10-4, aad 1 1-1 CttBheeste;a.
TablevUnas aad Clot, ia variety.
Tewele aai Rnpltlaa. in variety.
I Toeether wita Pnnta. Doraeatira, Cteths. Cm.
lry OoMe KauuailuuenU '
Colored aad WhfU Canf;n Vat.
tio, of lbs very beat nakea. '
EXTEJTglVE SALE OF
OFFICE ASSISTANT QUARTERMASTER 1
Clotbifu and fcicirn Iepjt t
afnlie, Teun , Marco ai. isfj f
JJYcHerofCapt a R.K,.dr, CWQ.M.
of lenn , i will off, rat duo ie auction t
n - .k
vile, lean., OB TaUKaDAY, April la.h If. .
larjrs lot of 'Condemned Clothing, Csmp aed b',r.
tison Equipage. r
bie to c mmenee at 10 o'clock, a m , at Wtrs
house on Market Street, Sooth t Bro. -j
from there to adioara to Warehouse on Brodirret
between V'.oe and Hiph ; from ther to tha Ware?
uwu-trorwrui iae icq oroaa MreetA.
Tne fuliowms are rmnraced in tne 1 t f f artieiea
to be lOld, a complete list of wh ch nisy be ko &
my oftce, fco. 17 South Market street, Aaennlle
87S Blankets. Wool and Rnbber.
S7 FairaCivalry and Infantry Trowserw,
27feO Knapsacks, Haver. acka an 1 Canteens.
iu i rpaaea.
&T Cav., IciVy and Irrsg Great Coats.
ls " snd Artillery Jacket.
S5 Shovels, 4e. Also
468,uoa L's. old Teotae in bales.
Also other articles of Clothing, Camp and Garri
son Hqu pstre.
Terms Ca-h ia 6ornnnt
f II purchaters will bs required at time of sale o
.mjiw Kicuniy r anal payment and
' is. THOMA8 J. COX.
arrS-tds fk Bvt. J4j. and a. (J. M,
Drugs, Chemicals, Hospital Stores, In.
ma Kuober toods, Drujslsts'
17 ILL be sold st Auction, at the Medical Pur
' veyort Warchoive, Public equare, NMhviile,
'"" neuieiKiy .iorom, April ioth, at S
o cio:i, a large a.ocs or ine r r, g nig sriicles. id
Ann Mnk..ua . .
-r. ..fcn, . ......r-izti; u pars oi
WOJ pouada tiulph klhet
li'W do Mtrous do
isa'J do Chloroform
lotO do Canth. P.aster
loto do Carb. Ammcnia
CO 0 do Cal. Liquotice
tool gtllons Alcohol
SiO do OI.f Oil
2fVoo os Sulph. Cinchonia
tuoj - laan.n
SO 0 pounds Extracts
G .00 do emlifi
H,"U yard, Adht site Plswter
1'.MJ d9 luiuglaaa do
10"O pounds PuteDt Lint
Xt d KnsSpoDirs
3"CO do Fa ina
24,ii do Kicence Bf
lun) W. W. Mm tars
t"0 Pres. Si-ales
8o0 1. R. Cunhicns
ltoj p. BlAnkew,
Tog-rtherwi ha general supply of ChomicsK Medicine-,
Hoepitnl buire. Imisg.sia' KuraixhiB Ar
ticles, prov.ded for borernmeoi Honti.
Goods can Be examined two dT rncrtow Cat
aloguea reaiy. ROHKKT KLKTCHKK.
Surg and Bvt Col U S Vols., Med Pur USA.
Closing Sale at Auciiao
Subsistence Stores & Property,
AT Pnst Commit sarv, Chattanooga, Tennessee,
April 2uth. IsOi at lo m nrM mIv .. .1 . . i
'dk u riour, ttice, Beans, Ala, llop-L
tfiu.OU) pounds Jikt Br?!, Coun'er ao
mnri PI. tf......
-ale, l)fka. Bafcs. Water-Hucknlx H.th.,
Meal-Haws, Cleavers, Butcher-Knives, Meal-Uocks,
dteel-1 anta. 1 in Herora. Funnel. MM.nrm i.,..
toried), Paulms, Hung frtartem, -lap Horrr-. etc.
By order or Col. M P Small, Chief Com. Sub. MU.
dr. ol the Tennesaee.
WJf. R. IRK'Y.
Cant, and C 8 VoIm.. Hvt Mi 11 v
OFFICE ASSISTANT QUARTEHMA9TER
Nisaviixa, Tssm., April sih, l&Ai. i
(WILL offer tit (file, at Public Auot on. on
TUESDAY, tne 17th d .i anr.t iv.. ,i..
lge r -
Government Warehouse and Ten Bnlld-
formerly used for llospiui purposes, at Johnson
Hala to commanra mt in n'.w.ir - n. . .u.
Turns Cash in Government fiindn.
By order of Citpt. A R Eddy, Chief Q M P T.
aprillO-tillU' MA&SH AL A M- '
nt-rms i-n. . ...... .O.
... . i.JO coi5ii.M VU'KiSK.HA31aK,l
CLDia braaiT, iti sr McLemom Htbmt, I
Ni" h v iu.!. Tana , A pril 9. lues, i
T yj 'L'' expose for al, at Public Auction, cu
16th. 186IL ilia f,ill,.i
At 10 o'clock. a.m..
on J. W. corner
Cherry and M
I Mess Bouse, Hit
1 oo do :tliJS
1 Kitchen, SOxM
I Laundry, 6Si Jt
1 Dead Bouse, 4ox32
1 Stable, 1 ill 18
1 thed, iixH
1 Wa er Cicwct, HxS
Covered Walks, (ach) SfiilS.
a. i o cioc, p.m., corner of Gleaveu and
One Siore-House, ,Kix24
One Comnn-Bitrv, SuxlS
One UWce, 30x18
One Quarters, anl5
Two Quarters, each lonta
Foar Kitchen, each 15x10
Three Uuard Hounee, each I!12
Two Water Closets, each 10x10.
Pale to be made on the presumes
lerms Cash m Gov rnmem Funds
f Tenne,- " dd'' ' 8" A" M' W
A. W. WILL',
Bvt. Mst. and A. M.
Auction Sale of
I WILL expose for at Public Aneticn. at Ihe
I J or ard. on H'lrri street. i..iiih f lun,,.,.
ijaneatroet. on FRIUAr. Anr.l v h ii m
o'clock, a.m the following Government Piuut-rtv
iJi Oatil iren, (-10 to ZW) gallons)
10 Cooking Range.
Cook and Healing Btoves,
1 Vt'aihin Machine,
1 Patent Wnngt-r.
1 Water Tank and Frame
1 Engine and Boiler, at Wilson Hospital
1 Boiler, at tfmailDoi Hod.i1 '
So Orti l;eikaar.J l u ,l.
Dining Tallies. Benrhrs. H
Ma-a Cnests, Wneelbarroaa, Wash h'a n 'l',iuns'
PtiTpn, urna.-e Fronts, liars, old hope, Iron!
Alio the Stone Foundation nf lha !..,- i .
lermauuh ta borrrnmsnt Funda.
ny oraer or A, K. jcmt.U.h. a i:i,;.rn w r,.
ntrtml of T.... " '
A. W. WILLS,
Bvt. Haior and A. V M
U. t WUEELKR,
JOUST E SIGHT.
North Market IStrcot,
Gas Filters, Plumbers.
igenU for Morris, Tanker A Co.'s
Celebrated Wroaht Iron .as
and Water Tabinj,
Lep-VVelded Flues, Coal Oil,
awn notniu ntsuaa rx
Tinners Plumbers, Gas-fitters,
Coppersmiths Stoek and Material,
Kailroad Supplies, le.
ON It of the beat Beeidencee to tbe eonntry, :a
Hie aoutoem pan of tne city, near the tarminiM
of Ihafoutti haeiiTiile HorM-KailrTit, in a tnt
rate neihnnrhood The bw.l a lare niodivn
twowory bnra, with tea rom, kit hu, Ac., good
tmck vm-ita houe aot eervaet boruoa. (ood c-w-tera.
lanra yard, wed Mcloe(l. wuL 17 ai-res ot
tan-i. ran ot w r. h tm Srt nu f .r in tend, eeu
v tn clnKe fruit Iraaw. A part te uiwd for a br-k
yard, witn plasty ef water, aad n'l eooveaieniw
for ir.:uf wood. Tb . aod C. KaiiroaJ pawe
by tne poroer of the piare, froen h tl wood r
rcived for barsinc bn-K. Tbe properly w euiaide
UiecorporauoQ, aad therefore exempt from cor
port.i,n lazes. A Rood spring is imnid.ateii ad
kii iK tne prcpar.r. Tenrseasy.
Xixfttireof MSlO.N MrRFEIR,
acvl tf or W.Mi'nBMisM 00,
r. n. Tfloupson,
ITAT m CAP STORE,
Ladies' and Gents'
No. 23 Cherry Street,
T. F. SALTSIJAN
Propriot or ,
Corner College and I'nlon sts.,
TBI j old etaM;hd Gallery has lately been re
moilelled and flitd up in maifitinent ityie,
snd every convenience has been studied for the
benefit of the putmc. It has only to tie seen to be
appracweii. it w ii oo una noor, wnn a sice Tui-W-1
Koom 1'irlhn Ijidien. and trusia that his tlor
topleaaewill Im apprrciated ky hia pHtrciv. We
are in receipt of a new lot ol Aibilna, laite de
BK-iiermmw, new style, ami. as heretolorx, will
k(H-p a larnelot of Gilt and Knxewocd Kramts, su l-
nur lur iaj4 I 11 ill re su n as
N. B. P.irti. slrstterticn g ven to Corvine and
Enlarging, 1'aini ng, Ac , in every style.
Crt'l and see before going elsewhere.
Remember the p'ace Corner cf College and
Union mi .,(, over ihe limg etore..
Wholesale and Retail
No. 19Sonth side Public Square,
WASH VII. LX. TEJTIT.
JJAVK ALWAT3 ON HAND A LARGK STOCK
drugs, OHg.Palals & Chemical
at very low figures. .
( Bbls Linseed Oil,
' Ooal Od.
Bbls Tanners' Oil,
I - Bweet Oil,
IWIN M PKNDLfc futV.
S " lrdOtl,
1 M Turpenuae.
For saie low, ty
800 Kogs Wbite Id,
i0 Lha. Am. Yellow Ochre,
! " FreDoU YeiloUrhr.
Chrome Green, dry,
" " in oil,
" Yellow, drv.
All kinda Of Painta an P.tnt Im.!..
For saie low. by W1N A PtNL-ljtTON.
VAUNI8I I KM.
J Bhla. Copal Vannan.
1 Bhl -
Coach 1 F;n
One baml P.IfB T h.p
F or sale low, by it VY IN a PKNDLETO!.
S Bbla Alcohol, M per cent.
" " 76 per cent.
S Proof Pnlpta,
? Z o!kJt Pare, br Med. pnrpeeea.
1 Pnre renoa brandy,
1 " Holland dm.
Pure Prrt, Madeira, and Pherry W'Ba,
For sale low, by IJr PLMiLBTOH.
Iralte Plantation Biters.
Hontetter a tttomarh
boorhave'a Holland M
For sale low. by E W IS a TZXDUTQn.
MKeRsBoda, 1 BW Plnewtone.
1 MaratoyBwotf I " CudiJ7
bUM Kimor ttelu, 100 Lbs CochinAf
U t lnd.w. 1 hniriHtone,
bou Copp.,raa, t " Klonr Hii!pr,nr.
Tra-itee'fi Sale of
IT yirftie of .x Ie.l of Trat trade to mean Tm.
J tee, mi the Ji.th of April, I Shi and duiv r-iii.
ihe lti-i?itir a orh.e of favi tfn iwm
in doiik si. I'P V o, vn, k w ll. ou A I K IA V tl.
4th dy ol Mart-h Dext exHja to uwta aair, oa
the pr-m', oaii Pwon-r dr-poi.-.! of at puratw
tU', IliU vnl.iHhiw lot lteodni from Market
Vtaier "Irewr, in liviMe, fmotin alxut o?e hun-
lr-.l tn.i a x-r-n lt on WS nlmLanl kn.,n u
Ilia Hi-t. p.Vilw frriK-ry. A o ao will b nm.i
w.clm- in oneaod two lmra Willi latere! Ntta
w ln" i:iw -i" IMrril": mn llnrd nun .. ik.
win K"i"i TO.ir-ii rv.('iiri. anil a lion rrt.-tvl
fc,j" u J'-'. O. fcWi.NU, Truawe.
THE above mnwjun t.u in puatpooed tintd
ari6 td JNU.O.iWI.Vi.1 rosiest,
Blacking and Ink.
Builar'a Premium Blackinq,
1... ' " i MMiwrin ana awptaiM
W nh o. e ex'M.puon, lha u of Hi,, brand i lh
rst in the V el. i-ri-m radu.d and
niwim. rrinri st V i trM. i .m.
eiunaii. TH M a. lij I Lts. a-.i
Callers MLOil Eiaciing,
AM"fr C11-. PAHTE, IN GLAM POTS. Tbe
l'Xt. is tne n-ioat perStv-t Pulib Blaokui in
ti.a eonntry quai to tha Pirarh Klaclcinv h'.v.
ins So bihuva quaantv of Oil u n
oihr Poii-n hia lnj aa a Methar nreaervativa.
lory JS Vine .trevt, r-.nrinnat .
But!er' VvTFtlng Fluids,
AkK offrf ia Wholesale lt at low pneie.
IlK-sa K.ui-U hva a bihr repniation than
aay ctber of American tnan-jrainure. and te tow
aat h.ve a larr naie than any oilier brud. f mc
r JJ Vina lunct, iinrinoioi
J A.-4. J. B L ILtlt, A rent,
Marklns Ink and Mucilage.
u-'t ti - . a 1 1 j
THH MERCqA.IT.i' EXrHANSE w:ll be open
ed lor pua-ne. ai in Uan of tne ChaTibur of
ComTr-e. fo. 4 Coilr atreet, en Tnuraday
at, aad every day ttxtf after at 1 eVUock, pet,
and rema a rpee u.t. ' xa'-itct..two it w axpectml
ttatuia Mtnora wil be present w.ta aampiee of
VLttun, tjraias, brx-wiai, an.
Ad layers, whMer members or aot, are respect
ruuy inviteii w it urraeou
kaijs-U loUC UTTVS. See'y,
CHZKSY S5TREET B1CTWK CEDAR Aj Giy
A J FTT
On whxh cccssioo.lie w,n ar-arasJaae Ch:t-i ,
ad Judy o Trot.
SalorJaj Evtainj, April nth, !$&
Wil" be priled the
Jane Chatterfy Mn N v, goM
Jsrrvri',CO M Eat. FiMher!
By.cn IrteKSS lT .yfifC
GRAND MUilCAL MsXAGS.
To conclude with
Ireland -Ae It Wa.
Mrs Nelwn Kne.
" Mx Ail etewart.
Moaday E feeing Beatit ol Wood Benson.
8ATURDAT AFTERNOON, APRIL lira.
Admission Wceets Children ii cent.
loors cpen at t o'clock.
Balurday E renin j Benefit of Mrs Neiaon Eacaaa.
AtTzsantw or Tts Doors open at V to 7: Cur
ta.0 naes at 4 to s,
Prices of Admission.
Dres Circle and Parqnette.
PREPARE FOR SPRtVG!
SHIRTS HADETO ORDER
A"P buy Yora
GREEN & GREEN's.
43 COI.LEO E STREET.
Lntt M it. th
hitg. Iu. Can.
I!. TOOPnlilo & 0.
Corner Cherry and CeJarSirrrts,
We are prepared to collect
Chlias against the tiorernwent
For rroptrty taken by the army,
roraial & Informal Touchers,
ABKE1E3 OF PAY ASD PENSIONS,
Proear aetUeaaeata fee OMears wliai Pvaari
asnas sv eauwusiow m
Hon. Richsid Ogelsby, Governor State of Illinois.
tion. l-HTiu u. urn, Jmige Hupreme Court, IT. a.
Hob. Wm. 6. Browolow, liovnor of Tnnnwiiiia.
Biig. Gen. Jas. P. Brownlow, Ailj. (iee. Stale of Tea
Hon. M. M. Bnen, Naahville.
Hon. Wm. Nathaniel Baxter, Nashvuie.
Hon. Jo. 0. Guild, Nashville.
Hon. John Hngh Smith, Nashville.
P. W. Maxey, K.. Nanhville.
Messrs. Morris A btratton, Naahvilisi.
Mesors. Eranj A Co., Naahvill.
Nimrod Porter, Columbia, Tena.
jnoeU 1 tf
Travelers and Shippers
Nashvilio and tho East.
Atlantic & Great Western Raif wa
(It road Uaase.)
Is now in full snl snocesafiil oparat'on
From Cincinnati to New Tort.
And is the only dir?t route to the
Oil Bcsiori of Pennsylvania.
Owner-firm, are made w th the
JetTi r-onv.lle and Ohio t Mi-siss pnf BallroaL ns
Jeffer-oov.lie and Indianapolis A CoU R. R., via t,'r.
IxMiiHv.ne nd Les. aod Ky. Central ft. R., na c a.
U. B. Mad Line Steamers via Cincinnati.
Two Through Trains Daily
Pasaengera by lha 8:oaJ fin.cra TtAtlB
wide and eouuoriahlo . are, vui Lme and ai re
'IbroiiKh Tickeaand hi?,np,rh,uM. t- .
eure.1 at all the principal bureau and bt-amLat
oib-eM in Lou.anue u,i the Month-
w i r-r i ro r- M'LAKKN, fien'l Su(t.
J,: Fk V:KR' "l Tnket a, ni.
; ; Pw-eer Aent.
No. T Coif tunum. Teew.
JOflU J. jTCAHU,
Wines, Liquors Cigars, Tobacco,
NO. SS BOCTH BILK BKOADWAT,
Nashvilio - - Tennessee.
60 Hhdi pr-me New Orlaaaa Swior
V io eo Porto itw Buax,
d,. oo I ulaStiar,
" barrela rni.ii aadowdere.l Bumw
ie do QmiiiuiMj euyar.
I'" do A. awe At. Cottr miiriuw,
do C aaira aiuorid branJa,
do Tiw sovar.
Haas Bio i ctfw,
X" Mm Java Cot!,
W luira UilTee .
J" r Alllple,
1st h.i:ii 1 (pr,
' barrel. il:erej.
)' lnm do
" kiu do
1'"' MIH Hr-ap,
W aa fcuucB,
100..T1O C-ara, m4 Bran la
1"' buia Cu-iia,
1" do kaivan,
t- CMW ,
Z' CaMrt tly-lra,
BTls R.t-rtoa Cooniy Whuky,
""""w ao do
J eo My. d
Ij do WtiSed Wbiaky
J Oku HfliHMM, iiran.iy.'
e do Otai-a. Injpuy A t.'a Cnjwac,
1' fcureia Appl. brudr, nrj od,
10 do p..,, ao
do bhwrry Wja
Ia store, aod for aaie at
No. 35 Broadway,
now Ltl Dow Restored!!
Jurf PMtJl u, a ttn'tj Emopt. lu,n rrilt.
ALKcI'vRC or. the natural mwtmaet, ao i Rad
a-al rr ,4 p-m.torrt.j. er sminal Waak.
, Inrtlunurv Kmiu, Mnul !, ity. aad
ImHiMMU to M.rr.. amty ; t.mm n.
Vuunip.oo, Ep.wts., , , Henial aid pny.
1 lni-a; -i.y, muluag -ram rwir ixm, a,.., D.
bZl, Cui4W"" M- v- euifmr uf tue O'tct
Jt Bea a. Taaaaaas ef Sareren. 4
Beat nnder aral, laap aia eavaiop, lo any a.1-
. r."' oaate of two
J -o.j-.uuit,,, by kLa tO
IJ7 Bewery, Mew Yerk, FssA OfBe Sea