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kKlUlLLK IXIOX PE1XTIXG
TUESDAY, Arr.IL 17, :sr,6.
Look to the Stale Credit.
The Legislature bu authorized the
issuance of several millions of State
Iiondg for the benefit of our railroads.
The movement was a laudable one, and
will be approved by the people. We
understand that the Bonds have been
printed, and are now in the process of
being signed. But, it is said, that Tom,
Dick and Harry, are signing them for
the Governor, and Tom, Dick and Har
ry are doing the same thing for the
Comptroller. What will 1 the effect
of these promiscuous signature? How
are the capitalists to determine whether
the Bonds thus signed are genuine.
How prove the Governor's or the Comp
After the opponents of the Franchise
Bill withdrew from the House of Repre
sentatives and issued an address to the
people of Tennessee, somebody wrote
and published another address pur
porting to come from the radical mem
bers. At the time the latter was pub
lished, we are assured at least half of
the radical members had left the city
for their homes. Nevertheless all their
names were signed to the address.
We are informed that Mr. Dugjjan
states that he neither put his n&nie to
the address, nor authorized any one
le to put it there in a word, that
is nuine tr.it furjiL Now who Was the
"daddy" of this address, who forged
Durgan's name, and who took upon
himself the responsibility of placing
the names of the absentees to it?
Wouldn't it be' well for tome folks who
are troubling themselves about the
names of Hood, Williams and Dun
away, to look to their own skirts.
The Washington Chronicle, opposes
the rejeal of the teot oath for ollioe
holdere, as recommended by the Tresi
uent and Secretary of the Treasury. If
white Union men cau't be got, it goes
f.r negroes. It says
1 lu re ii a rla.n of men al tl.e Foulli, how
ever, al-oiil whom Ibcre chu ta no iliutl,
mid hi'"" loyally above kuIu'ion w
mean the blaoka. Tliere j n-iu-ci'ly one of
ll.fin but can take 111 teat oath. Wo do
in it see why theollireg at the 1 Hposni of tin
i'ltiiiafcter Goiiorul rhould ti a bilit;
wluU llii cleineut remains at the ft -uili.
are certain of oue Ibior, bowevil', uud
it i time t b )r n ut Adiuilii.!r;itn.ii iiii.li-r-
1m1 is: tlie ioyul ooj.lo of the 1 niled
Kin:es ho are largely id the innj..ri y,
thniik j'ii would rutfier Lave u bliu lov-nh.-t
Uiuu a while rebel vnl.rUaU.-d with
A dispatch from Washington, dated
the Kah, to the Banner says :
A i r"tiiinM;t nieinlx-r ofCinqrest iiiair-i
t he rii'uMlniu, to reluso the tdmisBion ol
the Tt uiJinfee tlelt :itioii, to overthrow the
t.reMiit blaie Ooverouienl in Teunossee,
and allow the j oi de of the State to Hume u
ln-w viitd.tutiuii, and a new rlvrtiou.
A proposition of this cLaracler is not
likely to pass Congress unless it is sup
ported by the radicals. Nor is it pro
bable that the President would con
sent to see his work undone so uncere
moniously. If Tennessee is in the
Union and reorganized lawfully,
where does Congress get the power to
overthrow her State Government? Ten
nessee is just as independent, in our
opinion, of Congress as New York. If
we want to get rid of our Stat officers,
we must do the work ourselves.
The Supreme Court of Tennessee.
The Memphis Avalanche of the l'-th,
TLi juJieiu!holy ii now sitting t Jack-
ou, ;TetiueM-e. We arc luiorno-J by u
member of the W'd profei.iou, tb.t the
opinion, of the Court are highly ae.citstde
W the bar Juugo Million, ''" Lii-l ;
Ju.l-e t-li kleiord, from Midd.i-, uu.i
Jude Ila iiui, from West Tciinewco, oi.
etiluti' the Court, 'the tone and .pint of
the Court are uch aa .h-mld nuunato the
h, and deserve mid receive Iho limny
nod iriutelut approbation ol ine e..i
'IIh-v have no litre clue l
look tor i.roiee-
tiou from the Kadicaiixm
the hour, and tioiu the
nd funntiriim ol
t he lecudauve power,
aav to tho coitrin.
W e. then-lore, are i-ii.-oiir;ii;.-.i, nun
, ..i -n,f,.rt and irruiiiv, in the iii-
J uuictar v.
and tirinui-sa of our
The Stat Department alWashinglon
re. euUy discontinue -1 the copies ol the
Chronicle, D. D a. paier, seut lo the
I'm ted States Legislators. The Cliron
icle thereupon emptied a column and
a half of wrath upon the head of Mr.
Seward. The following extract ir Jl it
con-tin gratifying intoriualion :
That c admonition, will Himce to
iliKOf.' tin c.lail.it'lcolir.eU...i whirl ,1
,. ,,..w e,,, ar.-nl Andrvw John.. embarked
under the .iiiiM.-r ,,alronhe " Will.ai.i Jl.
tseward. The .Ironic and ineresainir .i.uuii
.al.ou of that eour by Hie J-eo,.le in lh
.Ic-iion. and the ioh.i...iiM in oKre.
L.veuoiindueed Mr. Seward to rey.e ,
t.. r.eoii.id.T the po.ition he h taken.
Kn u the double deiiuiieialioiin ol the 1,. K'
.slaiure.d hi. own Mate, bki'jowh in their
l..ui.fr..vl of the tr.l, and .u tbeir de
mand that their cuaLl. hleiuld Vole
a,nttheeooud veto, have only nerved,
,.teie. to intlame hi" vasM..u aga.ust
... i ii,, eoiinHT. and in-
vue tt"? iiim v .
crease hin atla. hmeul ti) in
Mr. Klewart introduced, ye.terday. ,n the
Senate, a iea.dul;eu lor the ameudiuoil ol
the Coualilulion, lollowa:
aTiciit , hctio 1. Ail iimerimina
t ;o.N.onK the ih.o,.1o t.eratt.e of ra-c,
e, i,.r or vreviou. conditio;! ot aervitude,
either in ovil r.tfhl. or the n.cbt ol aut
tr.ee. are ...vhiloied; but the Blale. luav
xei.,,.1 per. now voter, from re.tnclio.
on .uilrace hereafter lmHe.l.
Se 2 I'bllRaliou. incuritd m aid of the
in.urre. Hon. or ol r asaiuH the I n.ou.
and ciaiH. lor compen.ali.-n lor .lave.
ii. 1.1... I are
, Tmd. ami .nail not te ro-
paid by any ou' oi .... . u,,.-,
........ I .. .1... 1 ......
Kobe I felate. ratifvicR the above may b.
. i... .i...i . .r.... ami an aiiineiv Miui
be de. l.red lor all their cttueu..Yt
1 he SmtoK are not 01en to "trade and
dicker" ia their inalienable, right
They will be represented in Congress
but not on aueli couditions. They will
iandehii.d the defences of the Con
elitution and appeal to thr Northern
iMvonie a,?ainsl the politicians, until
they are heard, and their rights allowed
Uieru. The present Congress will pas:
away ; and then after death the ju 1g
The Washington correspondent of
the New York World, giving an ac
count of the testimony of Hon. A. H
Stephens, of Georgia, before the "tn
tral Directory," Bays .
lie thourht tbe paeaape of the Civil Richta
J-ill ever me veto won. a Have a Rood cMcot,
lor u w,.uld indicate lo the people in ihe
boiiih the temper and deieruiilialion el the
tio;n:nant parly in Congre...
If the late rebel States had respond
ed fairly to the suggestions and re
juirements of the Breaident, when he
authorised them to recognise, there
would have been no need of the Civil
Kie.hu Bill, and no excuse for it. Be
side ihe l'reaident would have been
strotjjrer in Congress, and it could not
have been passed over his veto.
The Chicago Tribune professes to he
very hoteful, and believes that for the
future President Johnson and the rad
icals in CoDgress will co-operate harmo
niously. The Tribune thinks the Pre
ideiisia! lion stands in awe of the two
thirds rod. Fudge'
e w.il mat remark that it was a rw.
m..i, uy,hg ,D u,. ,riny that those men
who had. in,, h ast to , ,t at home areie lo,.
t in ,i,.lr .oipiltU at the army r.iiuu
( rijiu.;,-, n.cr.
T coun, l,idn i th,y j0;n tlie Mtny
to get plenty to eat?
It was reported a week ago that Mr.
Cooper had been summoned to Wash
ington because there was & probability
of earl action by Congress on the
question of admitting the members
from Tennessee. The Washington cor
respondent of the N. Y. Times, how
ever, in his letter of the 1-th, eays
,:there is not even a guess as to when
the House will proceed to the consider
ation of the joint resolution from the
Reconstruction Committee naming the
conditions on which Tennessee may re
sume its relations to the Federal Gov
ernment" Thad. Stevens is reported
as saying, "Tennessee be damned."
The Boston Tost nays the following
is copied from a private letter written
by a Democratic Senator from New
Hampshire forty-six years ago; it proves
the existence then of the spirit that
culminated in our late miifortune and
which at present enshrouds us with
"WBinxr;TO!t, 8tb January, 1'20.
'I am glad to lind that you and many
other old lashioiied Kepublicans agree with
me in beinc; eurprised at the bdly of those
who in tlnik 'pining time, of peace' sad
h.riuony, in this Vra of "d feeling,' are
throwing the apple of discord, and by an
unnatural excitement promoting the ahena
lion of the S-uth from the North. Let
them look to it. The inrious comjionod of
failidiousuMs and ianuticitm, of ae&limeiit
and i-.el,of philanthropy and spleen, will
ere long evaporate, and a rectum produced
hv the c-o-oeration of jivd sense and cool,
mature, deliberate retlection will make -ume
t, .Iks blush to tee by w hom they have been
The State of Tennessee is fortunate
or nnfortunato in having two constitu
tions. According to one of them, it is
proper for the Speaker of the Ilouseto
entertain a business motion and for the
House to transact important business
when without a quornm. Acc ording to
the other, tbe Speaker of the Senate
and the House are to have no such
power. So much for radicalism.
There is another movement (o divide
Tennereiee, as there ii a proosilion to sever
Texas into two fclates. The former ncrees
with an old idea -if Parson tirownlon s, to
resurrect the ball-ideal "-int.; of Krunk
lar.d," which, under (leri. John Sevier, re
belled against North Carol. ua about the
Tear ITs.i, mid became the hrrt seeeder.
Pranklaijd. or Kail Teniie s. e, was the be
ginning of the Msle of 'tYinieee, of which
Hie patriot pioueer uti.l North Carolina
rebl, io n. Sevier, become at lat Governor.
-.V. i'. Tri' unt.
All gas and gsnimon. The East Ten
nessee soreheads do not wish to take
the responsibility of a separate State
formed out of their section. They
have too much love for the rich (lesh
pots of Middle and West Tennessee
A Case lor the Itailicals,
The Augusta (Ga ) Chronicle of the
l'.i'.h inst , says :
The fi ret cine which has arisen lirjilr r the
new rcjimc occurred yes eiday m our Su
per or Court, noer silting fr this county.
A nrgro naniiid I'avo Sumincrliel.l was nr
rested rind committed to the county jail
about I he middle of last month, cLaigc i
wilh Iho. murdoi of a w hite boy named
Michael . Uallager. It will be remember
ed Ihht the verdi 't of the coroner's jury
wi that Cmlla;er came to his death nt the
hamla vf Eiiniintriiehl by shooting. They
also declii'c 1 isuiiiinertield guilty ol murder.
This case was hi'd before the tirand Jury
yesterday by the State's At'orn. y, .1. 1. ('
W hitehead, Km,., who, after a careful and
close investigation, arrived at tlie conclu
sion thnt the shooting was entirely secidea
tal, and ignored tha bill. We learn that
witnesses of both color were sworn before
the ilrand Jury.
What will tlie radicals say now? Here is
a white jury, in a Court presided over by a
white juog.', who have shown what we
have a. ways known thai iho pcrs n and
properly of the colored race were perfectly
safe in lluir hands. It will be borne in
min i that a good deal of lei ling was exci
ted in our oonin-unity by this tragedy, from
the lust and imperfect accounts which we
had of iu history, and our community wi.s
not (juile prepared lor this result of the
U raixt Jury's investigation. We are glad
to be able to give th :a informal iou to Messrs.
Sumner, (Stevens k Co., nud hope they w.ll
"lake a note of it."
The N. Y. Tribune snys the dames
river is taking advantage of General
Butler's "Dutch Gap Canal," below
Kirhuiond, and so enlarging and com
pleting it that small craft now pass
through it at high stages of water,
saving several miles by a cross cut of
less than one. Ten years hence, when
Richmond has lODilii) inhabitants, this
will doubtless be the m:tin channel,
though it may cost something more to
make it so. So the work of improve
ment goes on.
Tlie Mobile T mes announces that if
the war was to le fought over again, it
would again lake sides with the rebels.
It could not desert Alabarfla. Why,
goes! friend, we thought secession and
Stale allegiance wero decided by the
war to be myth? We owe no allegi
ance except to the government of the
Hon. Phineas T. Scruggs of Jackson,
has returned from a trip to Mexico
He has determined to make Cordova
his future Louie.
Jell. Itavis to be Tried.
WssinMiToN, April 1? It can be
positively slated that the Attorney
Heneral is busily engaged in arranging
for the speedy trial of . I efl. Davis. He
will be arraigned befor one of the Cir
cuit Courts of tbe United States, upon
the charge of high treason. The At tor
nerney tieneral holds that there is no
such thing as cvH.?rno'nv ; r, j, ,v in the
crime of treason, and ou this account
the trial will probably be either in Ten
uesae or Virginia. Wm. M. Kvarls is
the only gentleman whose nnme lias
yet transpired who is to assist the At
torney tieneral in the prosecution,
though several other very eminent law
yeis have been retained by thedovcrn
meut, and are now engaged upon the
easel, t hanes I l onner and James i
IWady, of Ne Yoik, Win. 11 Keed. of
Pennsylvania, aud a lawyer from M
ai-sippi, are to conduct the defense.
I he intention ot the authorities m to
secure a speedy trial, iiot only for D
vis, but Ur several other nols-d rebels.
The following, from a recent address
by Uev. Henry Ward Beecher, tnskes
extremely distasteful reading lor some
ol Ins po.itical associates:
1 should lie sorty to see any more
iiovernuieni agents spreading out
thronrh the land. If the President
would cad home every Treasury agent
that is disgracing the North and ihe
tiovernment, aud humanity, and alien
atitig the South, I, lor one, should be
glad. Here and there are no doubt
men who stand ala-ve bribery and us
picion of corruption noble men and
true but all through the South, taking
Ihem comprehensively, they are as lo
custs eating up the land. They are
predatory nuisances, and degrade the
iorui, iroru whicti they come, aud the
t-overnment under which they serve."
Com turn ti Acvvt Si et. A suit
growing out of a confiscation by a Con
federate liovemment r!!iciI. is be for
the Court of Common Pieas. New York-
the piaint.iUieing David Sehwarli and
the defendant William Milhura. The
atler was appointed 1 y the Confede
rate Oovernaient to ell rdaintitrs t.ro-
It-nj iQ i ex as, aud received Jl iifcH sc.
coming to the complaint, to relieve
tbe property from a forced sale. The
suit is brought lo recover the money
t-acK, tlie parlies being now in that
cilv. and the defendant is placed under
f-H"11 load to await the isniie tt,.
The Washington correspondent nf
me .ew lorn Express ssyr
"1!-A. IIStST O! th "rKiit rvT.
This is crtiuly in contemplation, and
is certain to take place, if the August,
Octol-eratjd November eh ctions justifv
theh.iard. The work is to be done
next not thiawiuu-r, and thus Con
gress is to sit this session as loc as
the members caa be held together '
. ; v ...
BY LIST M GUT'S MAIL
JTkw Ycee, April 15. The Eaxoina from
Hamburg, via Southampton the lib, ha
A royal autograph letter has been sent to
George Peabody. The yueen, hearing Pea
body was shout to bave for America, his
written him bow deeply she appreciates tbe
more than priceless munificence by which
he has sought lo relieve the Ixmdon poor.
A baronetcy would be conferred upon him,
but he fell debarred from accepting such
The yuecn presented to him her minia
ture as an asburai.ee of her personal feel
ings. Ihe Times' city article siys: English
funds have advanced in consequence of the
les threatening character ol account! from
ermny, coupled with the teuol of media
tion of tbe liuke of Cobur.
Consols fcfiJjjfu.Wic. Kentes 67(g,78c.
The anticipation of war between Austria
and I'rui-s a mads a most unfavorable im
pression on Ihe council alia rs throughout
Prance. The anxiety, instead of being dis
pelled by an elaborate article in tbe Con
stitution el, said to have emanated from tbe
Foreign Ollice, has increased the apprehen
sion tuat if these powers go lo war France
cannot, even ii she wanted lo, maintain ber
Tbe etiicial Gazette publishes tha contract
concluded between Portugal, France, Brazil
and ltalv for a lelegrapn to America, Aus
tria and l'russia.
A ku?sian note to the minor German pow
ers ot tbe German (Mates says: Austria,
without any provocation on the part of the
Prussian Government, has ordered an ar
mament of a threatening character, which
compels Prussia to arm also. Prussia now
seeks guarantees ft I r ber security, and,
having vainly endeavored to obtain them,
now acki the support of the minor States m
tbe event of her being attacked by Austria.
Brussels intelligence stales tbat Bisuiark's
attempt will makeover the Middle States to
1'russia entirely. Austria recalls ail soldiers
on furlough. Several motor German States
are resoHei to observe neutrality.
Tho Austrian .Embassador at Berlin has
presented a dispatch, declaring that the de
signs of Austria were peaceful, i military
preparations were male w.th no hostile dis
position, and tha' noother Imper.al Govern
ment would feel at liberty to give similar
assurance to Austria.
Telegrams from Vienna of the 4th say
that rumors of a peaceful solution of the
Sehleswiir-H Istein .)ueBt:ou were current
aud produced a most favorable impression.
A Vienna letter ssys that such arrange
ments were mule that Austria could raise
48,oiJU troops w.lliin a forlnigot.
Austria has prohibited Ihe exportation of
A Berlin telegram fays it is believed, ia
reply to the dispatch ot tbe Austrian Ain
bss.ador, Prussia will stale thai the Iibs no
intention ot lol. owing an aggressive policy,
but would desire an explanation respecting
the sriuaiui iil of A iijtria.
Florence tehgrsiiis announced the for
niation of a camp ol seven hundred Ihous
and men at Btlagene, under Cell. Cabien
The principle Generals of the station army
are summoned to meet mere on me oiu
auo that a large tuusdrou is turnout
cruise on the Adriatic, and thnt military
i-reiiaratious are irnine on in Vienna. Ou
Ihe contrary, a let.er denies the aruiaiii?m
and also the rumor that an understanding
has been agreed upon belwieit Italy and
(Shanghai advices of March 9th state that
the Imperial tro. ps earned a c mplete vie
lory over tr.o rebels in the North. Fifty
thousand of the latter ore said lo have bteu
sliiugblertd or captured.
Nsw ' ' klkans, April 14 A report was
submitted to the General Conference to-day
cullmir lor the election ol six new Bishops,
The Committee on Changes recommend
Ihe ahrotiaiiou of the probation system
the Church, inakice membership depend
ent tin u liie profession oi laiih : als. Ill at
elass-iiiretini; no longer boiegnrdedus
tel of membership, but only as a privilege
slfo, tho esiabhshuicLl of a Monthly Chun
Meeting, where the interests of the Cuurch
will paa under review.
The Coiiiiuiltee on Colored l'oop'e rejoin
mend the eiablihiucui of day schools lor
the instruction of colored children. Iho
Conference adopted the euggestiou, and
will orgnuize at once such a plan for the
education ol colored people : a:ao, that col
ored conferences, districts and stut.ons be
organized, and colored preachers bo or
Osiiicd and appointi J to such works.
The 1.1 e hops were requested to publish
commentary upon thv. Chuih piscipline
coutaiiiins nil tho legal decisions tf the
A r. solution was nd iptei stating that as
the boundary line nirreiu up n between the
ditlereiit branches ol ihe Meihodisi Church
iulMt, had been totally disregarded by
the Northern Chuich, that this Church re
move til r strictious, aud extend its houn
daries so as to include the whole of the
A teleyrani was received from the New
York Conference, now in tession at Tarry
town, .New York, requesting tho appoint
incut ot e.mmiss. oners to meet their s upon
the stinted ol a reunion ol the Methodist
family. It was trausierred to the Bishops
lor a decision.
.Nevr Yosk, April 14. The Collector has
received tbe i Lowing d;spalch from llaii
lax, dated to-day
The c;tv nit d.cal office reports that up to
last eveuiuc there were 170 deaths ol the
passei "ers hv the steamer F.eelaud, inolu
ding the 4(1 ho du d on the pa? sage from
Liverpool. It is believe! the disease is
robabiy a severe form of ship fever, with
uiuiiy ol the promuiet symptous ol cholera
and amount lo a regular plague. 1 at stir
viviiiL' va-senizer-i have bseu removed to
Her B.iuiuic Majesty's receiving shin Tv
raiius, and otbers lo tents o i the shore at
the ijoaranline grounds. The tii-ense is aj
jiunu.ly lucleasiug. . M. Jn:sN,
(juited rilaics Lonsul
Hsi.ii-ax, April 14. there Jis a dilierence
amonir medial men us to the disease on
board the steamer Kugland. The numbe
of deaths and tick are givatly reuueed to
dsv. Tne disease is uecidediy checked
anil is eotliaed to the steerage pssseuircrs
Bnc,nirTo.N, i ., April !.. Iheclos
in" obscoiiiiM of the late liiiwl S. 1'ickiu
sou were belt here this alteruiion. The
disiiuetiished slalesuiau was buried in ac
cordance, w ith tbe rules of the Fpisc. pal
t'hur. h. The funeral t ok place Iroin tne
h uie of the hviacd, known as the
"' -rchard," aud was w ilnessxd by upwa-ds
ol six thousand people. The funeral cortege
was compiled ol luanv distinguished and
liroinitu iu eeulletncu from all sections of
the rouutrv, ihe members ot the B.licllaiiil'
lou bar, the viiUte aulhonles, the Masonic
FraU rntty, sod the friends. Special trains
were run on the r.ne liailroad lor those
eoinmodiilku of the relatives and frieuds of
the deceased. The bodv of the lamented
dead was deposited in a quiet little cemete
ry ou tbe ou. skirts of tue village known as
tT. J. m is, Ajiril 14. A dispatch from
W vandoile, Kausst, states that lino. her ol
the despers.l KB that infest this country
na i ed .Vi'l. Morrison, is banging from the
Court house railing this moruini:. One
his accomplices, Harry Johnson, was killed
a week since wbiie resisting arrest. Tbrv
were of a parly that robbed a coach on the
Leavciiworlh road and murdered Mr. Free
land, of Plane City, about four mouths ago
He is the second of the gang who has g
his desens Kiibiu 30 davs. lie is baid to
have been one of the liiost daring ol the
Jitw 0ki.T!N4, April 14. At tbe lemi-
eratic paro. lul convention held lat night
tien liarry llavs, lata ol lb --called
I'onlVdeiste arrnv, rceived the nominatiiu
r ri, nil iif ., w Orl-aus parish. His
Ineods ace lnin h elated, s the nominal
is e.pi. vnh ni to au election. Tbe otiice i
one ol the newt lucrative iu the Male. Tb
ele. liou conicnotr ihe 7th of Mav.
Mr. Driggs, member of Congress for
theMxlh district ot Michigan, publish
es a car.t in the asumglon chronicle
regretting his unavoidable absence
when the vote on the Civil .Rights bill
was taken in tho House He savs:
' Although the bill passed the House
by an unprecedented majority, I regret
lue lo-s ol my vote, especially as it
would have been just sutlicient to have
nisile a three-fourths of the House in
t.tvoro- it, anil because it will subject
me, as it has already, to numerous iues
lions as lo the cause of my absence.
Although absent only about twenty
minutes, in attending to a matter at
the latent t'ilico which could not be
put c!!, when I returned the vote hsd
been taken, and I lost a record which
1 gave for the amendment to the tm
sutution aliolishing slavery in the
L uited States.
i-tvisv a rrencli naner
snjs mi on me reiurn from the Yin
cenness races on a Sunday of last
month, the luxury displayed iu the
carriages and toiletes, especially of the
i.7.ime,j., prooucea some manifesta
tion on the part of the inhabitant nf
the faubourgs. The crv of u Las l,s
ar-.,:,.s, w hich seenia to ba an echo of
1J was even heard.
Nkw DiSi'ovtRie, ny Agasu! Letters
received in boston from Vr.Kr
Agsssu a exntdilion renort ll .t nr. t
ntinurei new species of hsh and other
amaiais number far greater than he
nan any reason to expect.
Typt iiMinilrjiaJ friairr' Empjriam,
KxakllsbrJ 1 MS.
HAGAR & CO.,
. .1 Suit STaZTT. XIW.TOM.
THH old eur.:;.hd Foundry hivini ree as.
onmerHor hook. News naner. Jot, ., 7i
menml Tti. Uie preoneion axe prepared with
ampiefaciliUM-to BroirrOv eisrnui .1: ..i. ...
laciudia. frww of ail Maaulactwera. ooU7-3
HOUSE OF EEPKF.SENTATIVE3.
Mokdat, April 16.
The House met at the usual hour, Mr.
Speaker Heiskell in the chair.
The minutes of Saturday were read and
Air. Baker rose to s question of privilege,
in wbicb, in behalf of certain members
who remained in their seats, and voted
against the franchise bill, be ooudenined
some editorial articles in two of our con
temporaries. Messrs. Smith, of Hardeman, and Wines
followed, denouncing tbe same papers at
Mr. Baker then changed his yote in favor
of the bill.
Mr. Raulston introduced a bill incorpora
ting several Oil aud Mining Companies.
Referred. , - .
Mr. Walker introduced a bill to open the
navigation of Obed'i River.
Mr. Slegald introduced a bill to relieve
Geo. Morgan, ef ilecatur connty, of certain
costs due the Stale. Referred.
Mr. B mi lh, of Hardeman, introduced a
bill to amend the law relating to forcible
entry and detainer. Referred.
Senate tell to incorporate the Nashville
Oil Refining Company, was taken up, and
passed oa its third reading, after beipg
amended by attaching other corporation
bills to it.
Senate bill to incorporate the Tennessee
and Pacific Railroad Company, was passed
on its first reading. Adjourned till 2 p. m.
Mr. 'Williams rose to a question of privi
lege. He then read from the Knoxville
Vi hig an extract assailing him. violently as
a traitor. He replied ia a few brief and
pointed remarks. He declared that the ar
ticle was inspired by hatred to him, (Wil
liams) because ho protested against the
despotic acts of the Governor. He then re
ferred to Col. Paiton, who had come up into
his ( Wil'iams') county, to defeat him; and
he dissected the Colonel's record, and
showed that, as a member f the rebel Leg
islature, he voted to remove tbe assets of
tha Bank of Tennessee, together with the
school fund, to Ge irgia.
Col. Patton replied that if he voted for
that measure, it was because he was com
pelled to do so.
Messrs. Smith of Hard i man, aud others.
took part iu the discussion, which continu
ed till late in tho afternoon.
Senate bill to chaugsthe time of hold
ing the Chancery Court of the 14th circuit
was taken up ami passed on Us Inird read
Senate bill to amend the Testamentary
laws of tbe Slate was passed ou its first
re td ing.
Senate bill to incorporate tbe Tennessee
Central College was passed on its second
The remainder of the session was occupi
ei in purely private bills ou a second read
ing, and we tberefore omit them.
The Baltimore Southern Relief Fair,
Interesting Autograph Letters of Gen
WnshiDgtoB and Mrs. aslungtou.
From Ihe Ballimi re Gazette.
Mrs J. W. Minor, of Loudon county
Virginia, has kindly contributed to the
Southern Kelief Fair two undoubtedly
authentic autograph letters, the first of
which is from (ten. W ashington, and is
especially interesting at this time, f,s
an evidence of his opinion of the proba
ble value of the Continental currency.
How erroneous those views turned out
to be we all know. The taxation to
which he looked forward to restore the
money to a proper degree of credit
never euecteel anything, and Conti
. T ...
nenuii paper U6creasaa in value so
rapidly in subsequent years that it is
scarcely an extravagance to say that
toward the close ot the Revolutionary
war it took a hat full of it to pay for a
dinner. 15ut here ia his letter to Bryan
. "Vally Force, April 21, 1773.
"Dear Sir: I have been favored with
your letter 1 of the 29th ult I thick
with you, that a sterling debt cannot,
with any degree of propriety, be dis
charged in curr't money at o3l p. ct ,
because bills will cost the purchaser
SM, and have lately sold at 230. In
this proportion most commoditiee have
risen, lint as you do not raise many
things for sale; as rents and curr't
money debts are discharged without
regard to this great dilierence, and the
depreciation of the paper money from
the quantity emitted; and as it would
be equally hard upon you to pay at this
advanced exchange, as upon Mr. Cuslis
lo receive at tbe old rate, 1 should
think the best way for both of you w'd
be to let the; debt stand till some
more favorable opportunity oilers to
discharge it, as I have no idea that mat
ters will long remain in the situation
they are at present Taxation must, I
think, reduce the present price of every
thing and restore the money to a pro
per degree of credit. With very sin
cere est'm and regard, I am,
"D'r sir, y'r most obeii and
"A fleet serv't,
The notelet given below, and writ
ton by Mrs. Washington from Mount
Vernon, is without date. If any of
our readers imagipe that the stately
dames of the Kevolutionary period
were any less inditlerent in reference
to dress than the women of tbe present
day, Mrs. Washington's rather formal
yet pleasant epistle of thanks to Mrs.
Fairfax will undeceive them. Our theo
ry of the origin of the letter is this:
Mrs. Washington has seen a lute string
dress, worn by her friend Mrs l'eters,
which she admired very much. She
has described this dress to Mrs. Fair
fax, and commissions the latter to pro
cure for her samples as nearly similar
from which she may choose the pattern
that most closely resembles the dress
worn by Mrs. J'eters. The commission
is executed, the samples are forwarded
to Mount Vernon, and hence the let'
ter. It is as follows:
'Mrs. Washington returns compli
ments and many thanks to Mrs. Fair
fax for her polite attention in procur
ing the patterns of lutestring. Mrs.
Washington does not recollect which
of them resembles most Mrs. Peters'
dres; she will, therefore, defer getting
either until Mrs. P comes to Mount
Vernon. She is expected the last of
the ensuing week. Mrs. ashington
and Miss Custis unite in compliments
to the ladies at Mount Kagle.
L. L. COLEMAN
AMONGST the many complimentary
notices given us by the press of this
city, we know of none which we deem
coming with so much heartfelt sin
cerity, as the following from the Xtuh-
vel'e JKii'y Union :
' At a period like the present, when our
cny is niie.i v overflowing with L transient
population, and diseases prevail to an ex
tent hitherto undreamt of, it is prorvr that
i !,. ...... r .i ii l.
.... .... piiouiii us ui reauy ac
cess, and that those immediate! inim.i...l
should have inlomistion which will lead
mem jo avail tnemselves of romn..in
t i .... i i . . . . r
.01. ice. iueu wuo nave heen erin.
caici in uie l.ost schools of the profession
.ueu.i me, ami inch successful in a prac-
-"'"i ui.ii. ars. are sureiv wort ir nl
confidence; it they have given their atten
tion exclusively to one branch of the pro
fession, aud made themselves mailers .i it
they have still more riirht to mw.i .,
1.., particularly u tny nave stior.l-
o prooi oi tueir anility to cure. To ibis
atu-r .-'nss belongs DR. L. L. COLKMIX
who, in bis specialty, has been a benefactor
u vns u:,ou a, aud may ever be relied on
as a saie aud sure physician.
We respectfully inform our friends
that we may still be found at our othce,
relieving those aillicted with
Also, all Female afflictions arisinc 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. C0LEM15, M.B.,
ft Korth Cherry Street,
Tost Offics Box S02. Nashville, Tenn.
Just Received and More
C HOICK POTATOES ia rarge Wta, hi Bse ec.
boa, fut mi low.
n. H cryitot r
Flo I Btmt, H i-eoron6oi broad.
turn KW A4TWJ,
AJOCRSETMiN Tailor - food Coat band.
Stsiv work. To go lo a country town. Sot
lunher miorma ion applj at this ofhee. aprl7-li
I. B. and Jos. Poznanski
Wdl it ve Three
On Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
April 18, IU and CO.
MADAME VARIAN HOFFMAN, the eelebratel
I R. PcZIA.-Kr, the fireat Vic I nisi.
JOS. PONAN-KI, Ihe Kmmsnt pianist.
HJtBK allii. BUtC Hat, VsndUi tor.
AHmission ft. Reserved Seats, ft FO.
Tickets to be had at liurmsQ Feotoa's Music
Store, wlicre KeserTel Beat, can he secured.
fll7-li . WitUOa, Manager.
TRESK InstmmeaU are entirely New, both ia
Principle and Action, irom all others I ighl,
Clean, Rod Easy No pressure on tbe bs'k in
ward and upward moiOD Cures the most obstiaate
ra.ei cf Rupture, iamphletsfree. holdatwnole
sa and retail.
WHITE'S PATENT LEVER TRUSS COM PAST,
PVe Proprietors, Mo. 6o Broadway, N.T.
On the Subject of
"The Christian nd the Pagan Family,"
IN THE CATHEDRAL,
THURSDAY EVENING, April 19th,
At t'i o'clock. Tickets of Admission, f I each.
AUCTIOW SALE OF
u'ednnsdsy, April i-iii, lend, the followioR ct-
eiuuieui nuu.llDgs ;
At 10 o'clock a.m., Wilson General liopi
tal, one mile on Hillsboro Pike, compri
sing 13 Waids, 2 i'4vl2, (esch)
1 yunrters, tist.'.4x0,
1 )'ii)? H"ue, 20xoxli,
1 Ofnce, 'jo.tsixIM,
1 Laundry, sniMtl-i,
1 Mess House, lri 'x-iliiii,
1 Kit-hen, loi'x'ilxir.,
1 " 40XUII1J,
1 Slore House, l.tiiis'S,
1 " " SJxkxIJ,
1 Guard " Uxitxis,
1 1 ei " Mli'JxIJ,
1 htshle lSxiiixli.
At 2 o'clock p.m., opposite Penitentiary, on
tntiren street :
1 l iarter,
1 biore House,
1 .i.lrd '
1 Wster Clo;et,
A 4 o'clock p.m. , at Northwestern Grain
2 Quarter liPx24x3R. (each).
Terms Cah, in Government Knn-ts.
by order ol A R. Kddy, U. 8. A ,
Chief y iM.. Ii. of T.
A. W. WILLS
nprl7 td dtw BvL Mj. and A. Vi li.
OT'Rfirpt erpnt Bp.pno of Lota fir ISM, in
(hi betiuuful town of E1 titld, cnip ctf t
li o'do"k,a.m., oa the I'renitMt on llJifiSItAT,
April ITih inst., corrmfti tvng h ith R W. Browu 0
Ald-Ucn, 00 the trtllatm Pike, oppssit th reM
denfetf y.x-Hov. Neil) 8. Brown. INexl in lilool,
Zoliieo'Vr, Liod-lfy lU Wmnion's Ailjitronn. At
nlout 2 oV'lork p.m. w ilt ftell mm fcnutiful
Lot h on Wm.J tintl rtrf-t, in Bout ton1 AdiLliot.
AIo( inShfei'y s AHthnon
Term liberal. OmniruMH tncl oHstioa m uflual.
J. L A K W. fcltuWN, Ainw,
T W BAtsrt, Auct:ooer. 11 S' 1 111 on at,
1 ELECTION for an Aldennun anl Two Conncil-
1 j m-n in the Tenth ili'ihj Ward of the City of
In oliedisnce lo Isw, I will open and hold aa
election at Moore's rocery, on Hrosd street, id the
Hth Wsrd, on Monday, Al nl ti J, litis, for lle pur
pose cf electing cue Alderman and two Council
men. to repri-sint said Wsrd in the Cily Council
for the hal'U' e of lies municipal year.
Tbe fol lowing persons have been appointed offi
cers to hold sid elseiioo, U-w:t: Juleos 'iboma.
L. Marsh td, H K Cutter and K H McEwea, Jr.;
HecaTer ef toI-w, Alex. Moore; Clerks, Otorge
Moore and L K ripsio.
J. II. BKASTLKY, Cily MarshaL
WA NT K IS Married Ladies whose health will
not sonet ct an imra'e of larmiy, mend S
cent sum lor l'r. Munrl's PrTte Circular to Mar-
r',l MrltAH, and common sense wel tell yon it is
Nt HUMBUG. Ail communications strcy confi
dential. Ml. iliIi.E.Y bl l'AKT,
aprl4-3mw P. 0. llra.or 610J, Cbicaso, III.
PURE LAKE ICE
IITILL b driimwfl to nr prt o th nity.
f I KAtniliej), Hotfifl ud HrntaurBnttt will
promptfy fnpplid, hf Uvip tbir or.lf, s at (.'apt.
Widvner's Litptt Matii, No. North Market
Sine. Iprl4.jn JOHN HObAN.
ST. CUIUS HOTEL.
r PROPOSE to sell Ihe unexpired lorm of my
lease in theBt Chs-les Hotel, on North Mnrlr.t
street. No. 28, and only a fw doors from the PuUm
This is splendid opportoni'y-for inTmtrrent in
a pay;n Ivsidws, snd mr any cue desiron to ert-
srsite 10 tn ousine ol Hotel keeping. The 8 T.
li tRLF,S is hemrd in the centre of ihe bastce
part of the Oiy ; the rmiliimu bns rio thoroughly
rctittod. and newi. fnmishea. Tbe lrau .nun,.
on iu-- ore-, ui tf.inuary,
I. I. JEIHB & CO.,
No. 76 North Market Street,
rNTViTHn - Tw,e.
.v.jji y iiiu, - . vuueoouy. I
JKKP constantly oa band a good assortment
Trottlm W-on. Spring Ws;ons, Farm
Wagons, Skeleton Wagons
And wdl mske to order all kinrf. r r rmi-n.
CAKK1A.1.. ia iliBjr hue, on lur Urms and ol tne
lieait rs are rscifu!l inTrlsj tw eall .ml
arrm. our stock u-iore pno hasir .. .i,
. r. nepwnns cone wi h aealnu ... I .i. ,
and ail work nrrutu.1 "
A. A. HELFER & CO.
E. REMINGTOM & SONS,
t r I if ... I UtalM unnuu . '
, ,, " . "' ' i cih ao I
' " " ' " " " ' ' - ' narm.. ..ili.n.
Mnt.r.. e.oraiir. bola t-y Gua Iisu .... ,i.
inw iliroilsri'TOi ln.t1HDlrT.
In trwt dat. of Hum Kreakii; wjtil Rot l7i
eery how. -u-r.. hutr. arxt .nooid nay
or.fa uMi.v.iuia aatui.Vf.KS !
Cirr-n'.ni tw Urn'liir enw and dnptiea ef oor
Ann wt I fo .hd npoa atrviraioii.
K. Ki.IIM;roy wn,N.Y.
XouKK. A MCHMLS, Aervls,
pnilS -Im t0. 0 Oouruusd h N. T.
c'ectioa aid b hld on Wedawday, 8fth
a , lurimiwn rosier, a: Ml u,,.t J,
4 North Cherry .tmet, road Sunr, lor PrcwdwaL
frreeic.r aad Tre-MUr ef Th Bread Mre4 i
Bn.t Company, to aery fcr ih hmuiu tawya
niuuiiia . w, EL 1 uta. Heeratar.
1 t Ml t I I M
I i E ' I it J 1.1 i
SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER,:
No. 28 Cherry Street,
Several of the Loti in
Free Territory and not Taxable!
Convenient to Waterworks !
k m ti Jlpril,
At 11 o'clock, am., on the premises,
Being the MOST UEALTIFULLT SITUATED IaU
in the cily, sad prssenl a ma;n;tic nt ie
of Nashrtlle and surrounding n-enery.
Run within Two Hundred and Fifty feel or Ihe Pro.
perly. Lots fronting on Msrket. Cssilerran and
Rntledge strw-ts, and Lebanon Pike, Centr.d slreet
ud University aTenue.
Sale to commence oa Market street, iyiosite Ihe
One-Fourth cash; balance en a cre.lit of six.
twelTe, eighteen and twen'y-four months, with in
terest from date, satisfn:lory seeunly rcjuired,
and hen retained.
Partes desiring to purchase will lie g ivs n
FRER PASSAGE ON THK STREET CARS TO
Colla'ion as nsnal.
M. B. HOW Iif. L, C. A M.
J.L1E.W. BROWN, Ai?.nis,
3iJ , Union Si reel.
F. B. Foiio, Executor
i. M. Kiiou, Jr., As-s't Counsel.
ICE! ICE!! ICE!!!
TTAVINU pot np S20.000 teat ef Bnpenor
-a.. iwiuirm ice, we are aoie 10 nil orucnt in sny
qinausr, well packed at Ihs shortest noin e. H e
"- .mnionin i.sisrs ana oiners, thtt w.
will make contracts, on reasonnMe te-Tns, fir Ihe
enure season. ,,te us a call before making ar-
HAHK, CROMIE & CO.,
sprs im no. I Cnddlest , m ar Looisvdle Iiepot.
Spring Stock, 1866
R. T. RIIKPITRICK'S,
C4i? PE 8EEN stock
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods
Fi?Lih J"""1' "'n, y.r .xhirite I in (his cily
,..,,, H1.n m mm lli-wes, and ut.y.r
ups-nM inera may rye tsn in Uie Unrih w have
.... fi msi will m. to cur cii"i.nn.p.
t,fJlVZ?"Z".',BJ ",rM'" 13 ",r n-'ners
by way of odsrinj Hlnpie (iorl8t l.-s iKu, crt
w.tn tne nope of m.fc.av u Hprn other Kiwi., h,u i
.imply to a.11 .yerythm, at a. small pron s as the
present high rate, of Keou, Ta,.., nod ex.ne
,1 Vl-Ti' ?; 'H.,r '?
eyeryilnnir. warrant.! aa repres. nUrd.
i.rii.,r.i - , lowest t ra-sH, and
Elegant Dress Silk,
Moire AntiiiQes, Grenadines, 1
Printed Linen Cambric, I
LADIES II MOURNING
Will End LUI Iieo, ef eyerything new ani deeiral.le
in thil way.
In fraat Tariefy, in Real PoiBf, point Apli'ine, V-
Ladies' Silk Sacks, Lace Points.,
AH new icq J fcuHfrcme.
Goods lor Boys' Wear.
HOSIEBr, of all gradr and rr.
. 1t-4, aad 1 1-1 Llara abarUaga,
-, 19-4, aad ll-i Catt.a beeiira.
Takl I.laa. aa CloUw, ia yaneiy.
Tawel aa Xapklaa, in yarety.
Together wiih Pnnfa, VoB-ftm, Cloth.. Ctwi.
merea. aad wryifamg pcnaining t a lrl-eiaR9
Kry Ooo XdUotiaiuiienL
Colored aad Wkii CaMen K.iw
beg, of th yenr beet aik.
I nfni nivfi t nTd
EXTENSIVE SALE OF
OFFICE ASSISTANT QfARTERMAbTEK, 1
CbOTBrSC, AXB tUCIPAlil 1it, I
ashVI!le, Teuu , Mrjcb s, 1SCS. J
BY order of Car a. K. Eddy, Chief Q M. rep't
ol Tenn , I wdl oflerst putxiic auction, at Naj
vlle, Tenn.. on THUKSiAt, Apnl m,h, ieWl m
Inrga lot ol "Coodemned Urxiung, Camp ao i i,ar
bale to emmenee st 10 o'clock, am, at Ware
house on MarKet btreet, Routh of Brosd street, snrt
from there tondiotim lo Wrehouseon Brr.idtreL,
bwweee V trie arni High; from there lo the Sir-,
bou-e com. rot V ine ucd broad -treew.
Tae fciiewiBaamemt'rserd in tre 1'st ef arlnos
to be lol-l, a complete lit of whehmsy be seen at
nif orbce. No. 17 south Market street, Na-nville,
7 Bl.nnkets. Wool and Rubber.
257 Pa .r Cavalry sod infantry Tmwser,
27o Knspsacks, haver, noks and t'anteeus.
lii ' rpaies
vS7 Csv., Jnf.'y and Irrce. Great Coats.
V!X " ' sndArtihery JsckeLs.
. 3a --8 Axes.
6 ia Shovels, .te. Also
4,ihj Lrs. oldTentaae id hues.
Also other article ct Clothing, ( amp and Garri
son Equ pge.
Terms Cab in Gnrermmt Funds.
All purchasers will he required al time of sn!e to
make a deposit as security lor final payment and
re moral of goods.
THOMAS J. CuX.
aprj-tds Evi. Mnj. ami A vi- M.
Drugs, Chemicals, Hospital Stores, In-
dia Rubber Goods, Drutsts'
WILL be sold at Anetion, at th Mediefil Pnr
Tevor's Warehouse. Public f- in:im N,h7ih.
Ten-i., on Wednesday Mornin, April li.;ih, at :
clock, a laree sioi-.a of the i jrenf-iii.' article, m
original packless, coDsistiusin pari of
wi-Kr pouaas Mi'.rt ttoer
lit") do Mtroos do
Jioo do Chloroform
lisi do I'snih. IViiter
liKO do Carb. Ammouia
o i do Csi. l iquorice
Inn gtllons Alcohol
Si do CHite Oil
20,(00 oa Sulph. Cinelioni
So 0 pounds Extract
V do Cemles
14.0110 ysrdf Adhere Pltter
.lo.i'JO da IsiniciaHS do
luu pounds Patent Liot
.H-J d i K'lie Hpoiixe
riuro do Fa-ioa
24.HOJ do Kssence Esf f
CO do ielxtin
ltssl W. W. Mnitsrs
em Pres. Hcalea
0 I. R. (ti-liirns
ltOJ p. Plinkets.
ToireWierei h a emerai snntitrof Chnrneal. Ms.
aiciae., mosiui stores, urunmais Mirnistuna Ar-
IkI-s, ac, provMlsil for feovHrnmeol Ho-pitm.
f-ioojscsa beeAnmineit two iIsts prior to sr. c Cut
alosrues reieiv. RDBKKT t I.KTCH KK,
fur and Evt Col I ' S Vols., Med Pur U S A.
CIoj.In"r Sale at iuciion
Subsistence Stores & Property
AT Pst OommiarT, ChslUnooji, Tenups-'ee,
Arril 14-th, lsi t Id a.m , pr-isclv. eansist-
ing of Flour, Kice. bfans. Ale, Hops, aed atv.lil
jii sii mun.uiiut Bren.1. Loun er sod I'lstfom
IScal-w, Xiesks, fsfes. Wsler-Kuckeis, Ila-i hls,
Mem-Haws, Cleat ers, Btlt'hsr-Knivei. Meat Hooks,
sieel isrns, -in Me-ots, runnels. Measure. n
fiirteii), PsuIish, hong til wlers, 'lap Borer, eU'.
By order of Col. M P Small, Chu f Com. .--ub..W il
mv. oi ine lennesse.
Capt, and C S Vols.. Bvt Msi Ud V.
OFFICE AS -IsTA XT t,i PART F R M ASTF. R,
iMnuviLLK, iciN., apni sin, 1
TWIM, cto-r In
I llhlif llrt CT, fill
of April, 1" (he
llOYernmcnt Warehouse and Ten Duild
formerlT used for Hospital purjiosea, at Johnson
fcals to commence at 1" 0 ciock. am., at Ihe
'IVrmsCash in GoTemm'nt fund..
By order of Cspt. A K Eddy, t Icef I). M . I". T.
H W MAtejHALll Copl sad A o M.
aprillC till lbth
Auction Sale of
r WILL expose fir sale, at F'ul.hc Anc
Tsy o-Yard, on H th street, south 1" limnm-
orsne street, on HilliAY, Apnl a lh, ls-a;, t in
o'clock, am.. Hie lolloxins fioenimeui Prt r(y:
30 Cul iron., ( In 10 a o allou.-)
In Cooking Uarmes,
I Cook and Heating SLives,
I Wahni M.-irhioe,
1 Pai.nl Wringer,
1 Wnter Tank and Prame, ,
1 Kne neand Boiler. i Wilson Hospital,
1 Ho.ier, at Smallpox Hcpiul,
So ii-e leknn.1 ThoIm.
Dining Tahto", Kenchss, Hiw-kets, fts-.h. Prick,
Mesa Chests, V neelharroas. Wash has ns, pining,
l'Limps, 1-umace Froota, bars. Out Koie, iron!
Lumor, Ao., Ai.
Als. the Stone Fonudalion of Ihe buml district
at th. Taylor Depot.
T.rms tlasli m or.rnmrmt Forsls.
hf order of A. R. Eddy. U. a. A., Chief O. M. De
partment of Tennessee.
A. W. WILLS
apnlll-diw td Byt. Mmor and A. M.
TTTOM.13 COT TRET. L.
a F, WDKKLER,
North Market IStreot,
Gas Fitters, Plumbers,
Agents for Slor.-i'?, Tasker A Co 'a
Celebrated Wronsht Iron Gas
and Waiter TuMa
Lap-We!ded Flues, Coal Oil,
A-ro wii.nr.nn mtsttas
Coppersmith's Stork and Material,
Railroad Supplies, ir.
Cotton, Tobacco Factor
Forwarding and Coraisksion
Vo. 5 Broadwsy, Is-tween Troot and Market ?tret
WIM.atteed pmmptly to fillmr or.l.r fr.f Sonl
rw M.rvnam.. aftrf r.iwuiiiiy aoocit eoo-
iur motto m quicK aaleii and prompt returns.
w.pzS-11 K- T. Ukl.KS.
In Chancery at Huntingrlon, Tenn.
A C MrNetil, alrn'r, et ui.
El!awih Wrsht. et a!..
Tr puritnre of an tnterti -r ton r do' rf the
Cnnrry roiirt at Hnnt;iii.ri; tr,!' m ib. a--y
nuiM, aotoeeia h.ty ir "ft io an i-rwinor ol K.
K r.prit, v 'g".d, to nl ineir yaitn. iliiiv pnt.n
a. in Iu.' dtrevi, w.ih m., oq or 0. . .re t ua id day
of .'illy Tieit. w tliey will I trryi.r rr-iM.
Oity Hlioc Store ,
CPPCSITE THE ST. CLDU3 HCTZI.
fcraiO f I
GOLD PEN DEPOT,
North Cherry Straet
Ladiea' and Gents
No. 28 Cheiry Street.
T. f . SALTSIiM,
Corner College antl I'ninn st.
rpRH old eUi.l:shed Gnllery ban Istely been re.
mo.liifd hud hit-it up in mairmri, sol sty ,
and .very eouvenieiii e h vi lieti aiuU.cwl for ihe
l-ni tit of ih puUic It his only to t st-en lo l-e
siprni.i,iip.i. a w :ii on r.oe n.ior, won s nice 1 01-li-l
U0031 lor lh.- Ladiei, sod trusts that h.s f Iters
to pi .-. will lsppr-cialel I t hi. pntron.. W.
ire 111 receipt of a now lot oi Ail.ims, Carle de
sirhc rrnrfiM, new style, snd, hT.ioiiire, an
keep a laro,. ,,i ol liet snd luwinCil .'raroes, sli t
able for larea Pictures, such as
B. Farticnlsr s'IimiUou K'va ' Copying and
uk, .in, ac , 111 every style.
T:i!l and see before f;oins elsewhere.
ReineniOr the p'sce (Vrner cf Codec
Union sireeui, ovei ihe liriii: fciore.
EWIN & PENDLETON
Wholesale and Retail
No. 19 South side Public Square,
AVE ALWAYS ON HAND A LARGS STOCK
Drcs, CilSjPaints & Chemicals,
at very low figures.
5 Bills Lmseed Oil,
BW. Tanners' Oil,
6 " CiK.r ih I,
1 " bweet Oil,
EWI A PENDLETON.
" tsjal Ou,
For sale low, by
0 Kegs White Lead,"
l Loa. Am. Yellow Ochrs,
.M " Kreoch Yellow OeBr
-- !) " Chrome (ireea, dry.
" " " " ini'l,
l' - " Tellow, dry,
11 fc in oi l.
Ad kintfa of Paint, an.l P.mt Prr.,hH
For sale low. ty JK WIW FESlLET07f.
Bhln. Copal Varnmn, IBM Japan Varalsh,
voacn - i " Howibji -One
barrel Rlnclr lMih.r
For sale low, by JlWIM A PENDLETON.
S Phis Alcohol, m peroeni.
" " Tfipereeat.
a Proof Hp.pie,
S " Pitt's tshn-ky, pare, or Med. pnrpeoe.
1 - hirs Frannh braady. .
I - itotisnd h a,
Pure Pert, W.leins and Hherry "ir...
For sale low. by EWIN 4 f-KMX.gTO!.
Drake'a Plarttation BitWra,
Hull a Ceoroa -HoMtelter'A
For aal. k.w, by KW IN PENDLXTOI.
V Kp Boda, 1 Bhl Bliie-toaa,
1 .- Mmmtij Brnifl 1 " Cii.nar
4 hois '.,.-m Saiu, li.i Lba torhovil
4 1 .iiir.o M a.i,ler, k:.U Cr.m 1 riir,
I.l. r-t In ino, " Hnm.-li.n.,
4 hl Oipi., 2 " Klour Muii-mir.
For low, by EWLN A i-r.St'l.k H.S.
Trnstee's Sal of
T yrrtne ofa fwwl nl Tntn rrnje to u. To-
i tti- a-.'n "i vr.i, '''-, an.i iiniy ri? -
i.-re.l 'a il.. i.' iT-iier . orrii1 or l'ir1.,mmuB.'i
in K. t-. pp 4 -I. I a ll.ori sAH'KI.AT. II
l,r, .itoi .Marin n.i -ik u i ui.1ic , r
liie pr-mi-. u. jxii-r ij-pi-ii of pi.y. m
..i.., iou yalb:.)-ta !., iien ling lr.,m MatkM n
t'r tr-t, in .N'liy;l!e, ir.nnnn atom 'r hr."
.Ir.l in. I i'--n r-t on Mrri .ir..l. n 1 iin-i.ii'aH
Hie l.i-tti.p i i rri-riy. a an will cm ( rpw.l
tui. the aa-e. I'wni: ih.. ih rd -o, ai. l u
r-l' m or.e Hid Iwo yrttrr w ni mt.r.' N.,1.
will t.i run:y r rl, aD l t i.n r. nci.
lrlOW J.iJ. o. KiJM., lri-.
T.'lfr .i.y. m.nii .n.d i p"t('.nrd nn'J
1 1 ki A V, liielti- y or i"l n-i.
rar- ' 14 J .Nu. O. It 1 ., 1 r ile.
Blacking and Ink.
Butler's Prem.um Blacking,
I N T j hot, i i 'iiy ruidr.rm and e-.i.i.V
no f... eyri.uofi. Ir m mI. md ii..- h. .
mri-i d irj i. rr" naiiwi, an.1 .i.-oiitiu
krra wt Wii'.lefia!. K fc.ry a V -ir-t, ;10.
"n"- TH -M b. BUn.KK, A,-it.
Callers MLXil Blacking
Ap Fr c:l pite. is eu pens. To
w U n,it per.V l P.,:in K:;n a
li,. eonotry e)ui u lh. Kt-nrh Hi km o...
itt in .1. . :h. inuj no vtiiy U Oil il ;!
oirw foiM.li b.ai.ii ui .-. a Uu,r lirMr.n.-
nciory S4 .u MMi, Cim .nnai-.
X ii-Ja. a. faL'II.ES, A
Butler' wTfflng Fluids,
KK effreil ia Wnnlniln i.k. at low pnr.
V'il. .ui i. ttave a ft rh--r r.puianon ir.
iu.y t.:i.r of Atnerti-an maauiiwTtnr, a in lP..
h.. . i.rtr.'r lomii .ay outer bri.l fr .
i. jbCTLER, AfBU
Marking Ink and Mucilage.
rll-'.a U .n il d
THK MERTH AST'S' E.XCHAN9K wll h op,
e-1 f"r Mi n. at irw rian of to i.ij.,,,,,
ComTfr.'., o- 4 l..i:4r. ret, on Th.ir..lay
axt, ati. v.ry iy thr-'U-r at 1 o . lo. n, p m
anil rr.w eona uati 1 i oM.-a. vha il ia figj
ir nl lh Nonwri wit pwct wim unpi
Couon, tsra.Da, (,rrA:eris, A".
An tHiyfy, wii'U u matura or aot, in re.pct
ruiiy ir.t4 u U frtKiBL
CHERRT 8TREBT BET'-V EM CEDAR GAT
A 3. FLTX
W. T. Hniett
A. J Klynn
C. R.1D GALA XIGIIT!
"fwO SPLEXDID PIECES!
Tiifsday ETrninr, Jpri! J7:fi, IS68.
Wil' be presented the
ItOSK OK IvILLAKNEY.
Characters by tha Company.
PAT POW EI.
To conclude with
SATl'RPAT AFTERM sJN, APRIL 2ir
Adnnsaion Wi-M!.. Chi.iTn 25 eeni.
foora opeo at t o'cio, k.
Wednesday Ivenici; Benefit cf Barry Eysrstt.
titniTiK or Tiaa. IVon open at l, to T; Cur
tain nsee at to S,
Prices or Admission.
Prmw Cm-le and rarqaette..
ran for m.!
T: GET YOUR
SHIRTS MiDETO ORDER
AND ECY YOUR
GREEN & GREEN'S,
-13 COLLEGE 9TRKRT.
La:t Mm. 1 l.'A
AV. J u. Cm.
wm. . uat.
.'. Hrt. V l. rl
h. Toimiis & n.
Corner Chrrrjarnl fnlarStrfrij,
We are prepared to collect
flaJms against the tioTernmect
For Property lakfn by the Army,
Formal & IiiTorma! Vouc hr,
A U HE A US OF l'AY AND TE.Vi 1 0S
Fretir l.ul.wi.an fwr Oflewry wiaa PrwapiS
airia it rcaauaKiw to
Hon. Richaid Oxelaby, Soyernor 8t of UI aoia.
Hon. 1-ayid L. iiavm, Ja.le Supreme Court, V. a.
Hon. Wm. G. Krownlow, lioyernor of Tennwea.
Kii2. Gen. Jan. P. Brownlow, Adj. Gen.blat ot T
Hon. M. M. Hnen, Nafhyille.
Hon. Wm. thui.l H.iier, Mmhrula.
Hon. Jo. C. Guild, ifjwihyille.
Hon. John Huh Smith, tiuhyillw.
P. W. Maxey, E)., Nahyill.
Mewra. Moms A Strstton, NMhTillw.
Memri. ETan. A Co., NarrryiHe.
Kimrod Porter, Columraa, Ten a.
lnn.1 ' tf -
Travelers and Shippers
Nashville and tho East
Atlantic & Great Western Railway
(H road Ouajte.)
Ia now ia roll and oeremful operation
From Cincinnati to New York,
And m the only direct route loth
Oil Begicras of Pennsylvania.
Conner tmna are made witb the
JeflVmonyilte and Ohio Miaaixa ppt Ballroad. TI
Jeffemoayille and Indianapotis A CoL B. R., ia Ur
baoa; LomayiMe and Lex. and Ky. Central K. R., yia Ci-
8. Mail Luw Steamer yia ClaciBBnti.
Two Through Trains Dally
rawenxerw hy Iha broad Gua( Railway eeeurw
wiile anu eoaiWriania km. i Ijim ami tur
Ihro-iKli Tk-ketaand Bai;?ici,erlsean ba pro-e-ire-l
at all the pnos-'pai luu iro4 uU .-rrr. ,t
otnee ui oui.vilw u l ihrvmili.
U. M-'l-iKKN, GeoT HujA.
K. . Ft. IX KK, fiMMNrat TicaMKn
. A. IIA'l iiS, I'tftf AxwL,
bKitHltl a rIC-,..H. krnunt kumtm
noy-a Mo. T ciiieira al.. Jn,avii a Ttp.
JOHN J. 1,1'CANIJ,
Wines, liquors Cigars, Tobacco,
.NO. 36 BOUTH BIDE UROADWAT,
Nashville - - Tennessee:
60 Hhdt pr me New Origan Hnzar,
'ii do do Porto Kko .-HJnar,
do ilo ( ui ."i.e.r.
f fcarrela rt.hi anl rwU-n d Stiar,
'JO tio l,rainiiu1 Miaar,
1-l do A. and H. lVfT-e -"oenr.,
"a' do II. .sir wn'J rinuHla,
l do Yellow i-.nr.-ir,
i Bij R.o i oiK
V Mm. J.r. C.'.1-.
do l)i'ii-. U-llK 1
lo Km .
1' Hin;. Aliwi'M a,
yjj h.rr.ii. M m eral,
fc tj.A tlo
Ml h u Uo
l'i Ivoae Bfpt
so .lo huu. h,
1 f .'r, imr4 BraoUa
Pi b-.i. aii.llw,,
I'.i do Kaiian,
Cam Hard 'it,
'' i -ry.U'r., "
l' lioa hiK:et,
'" ft T'ir,
Torl..r w.th ...rythian nanaliy k.p a Wnor.
a Urocery iiouw.
3i Brri Rotiertaoa Connty Whi.ay,
" rixi.'ooa ao do
eo Ky to
o K i.al Wrnky,
f Ca-k. Il.nawey Krus.y,
& So CHara, liptiy u.'a Ori,
1" Barrel. Appi bnioy, y.ry ot.l,
lo do I vm-tx do
ilo onorry Wae
Ib aiore, aad ior ml at
No. 35 Broadway.
- - TENN.
iifr How Lost! How EfitortJ::
ALKCTLKB on th nuonl tmtraeat, and II..J
k ran- ol 9irinurrKs nr nm.n- Wu.
liiK.'mwt tmiu. ari.tml lr.iiiy. and
ltnil :rr.iw lo M im(i. fwruiy ; ryoiii-.
rfi-UT.!A.in, Il in-i. I 1. r. uMu .. fch.
. U lac if-ari'y, rwi iltm, Iroia Self IM. !., 1
- t,iyeialit in mn. r of Ui i'.
" Roaa t Thaau rray.
nt 6&.r m1. .m . r. . n Mtyalotw. Ia uf . .1
dr.." piMi ril, oa r- r a own or two
Hampa, ly klia A ia,
J XT Bowery ww York. F 1 DIm ttom
pHAT .'ecaat Slor oa tie eorr,,, of th S-raara
.oJ. .;'" T - Ul ComaM u.
urancU3.. i or terma, oail oa
m faiW. ailLJaLDS a CO,
t9 W and iT Coueg iirwt.