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Old Scric; Tot L4 TT ' .ioj rawoa la CMEK&YILLEi TEM."' ' FRIDAY iKOYMBER 3, 1865.
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: I. Old: Series;. K6:;27. ::
J. F, MEHLHOPE & CO.,
,-:,''i . j.j -k y u v jt.j ij sirtTjts'.i.
' .; v . . ..
Groceries,. Wines and Brandies,
. FAXCY MOTIOXS. ETC., ETC.
. . . ' - ..- i i.'i '..
' PHANKLIM STRUT,
2 FACTHOUSEKEErERS CA.N.mfD MOST
AN,y tat i'w,a desired :
As wt intend keeping ,
Oeneral Variety Store I
And will tell our Goods as LOW AS ANY HOUSE
ta tht city. ' .! ;. ,: Sept. 1, '65-tf
rksviUe) .V.i. .'.Al i.'.. . '.Tennessee,
TT A VINO leased this well known House from Mr.
AT C. M. Sbrrtj I tHo4 rertatirtr and re--fitting
it tbt '.tfc .accorainodartioq bf the public.
When the arrangement being made are completed,
it will be Hotel in. all it appointments. rTbe
public kf resieclful!y tpvlttd to ttnll, as tbc best
the market affords, prepared in style, will be served
at all times. ' '
KSP Polite and attentive servants will bs in at
tendant in every 4epartmerit ' ( I ,
gQyMrs. Kllir, a lady of long experience, will
tare general superTlsioB. (fjt.ba ladies and culinary
The House at Tait's Station will be kept up, as
heretofore',' for the accommodation of the traVelifi;
commnaity. : Respectfully, ' ' - ' ' 1
uly 1 tf " ' ' S. B. GRANT.
- . CHAPMAN & CO.,
Trodace and Commission Blerchants,
" ' ' 1 ' ' 1 ; DEALIRS I!t ' J' '
Wine and Liquors, Hardware, SailJlcry,
Hoota and Mjocs,
Wood an r willow ware, '
HA TS, 'CATS, TOBA CCO, CIGARS, 'j? TC.
.r?C dt'Al!K3.VlLLETENNV- Oil
T.L kinds of Country Troduce taken m ex
Ji. chance for Good. ! : I
Ailranrcs mftde-on. Tobacco, Flour and mother
Produce for shipment to or,frieudl in Lotiisviilt,
Cincinnati or New Voi k. i ' .
July 14 -era i
hew a.in& n
I : A ..1;
R. H,, WILLIAMS,
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,1
Boots, Shoe, .Hats, Ci, and JrnnA..
MY stock is Urgt and completn in all depnrt
i mi-nln. and I rwpecjfully solicit' n elimina
tion of it, I especially dcire a rail Irom the la
dies. My goodj were hoiipht fur ca'h, at the lowest
prices, and I will sell them for a rcry short profit,
tlira ma a obII,' ht li.dir s uew blork, Franklii
reet, llarksvill. Tenn. ' S"P'W-tr '
Dealer in Groceries and Liquors,
-COUNTRY PRODUCE, &.C.,
FUANKLW STREET, : . ,
CLARKSVILLE,' - . - TENNESSEE.
T.r KKP3 cwnsWnlfrn band a full liiw of Family
JA. Grocprlcs, of the best quality, nd offers them
to th public ujon reasonnble terms.
Articles uurchased at my bouse, will be de
livered, free of chanrc, anywher in ins limits of
th city. ' July 14-tf JC.
Iiewis r'R. O-VilHs,
1 DEALER I.H '
GROCEKIES and FLOUR,
' : PROD UCE, & C1.; 'nJ
At Crnsman k Johnson's Old Stand, Franklin St,
' -YiH keen constantly on h-.d a full and
aaisorted stock of '
Groceries of all kinds, at Lowest
. , Cash Prices !
Also, Ihs beat bmnds of Robertson county Whiskey.
X.' B. Goods received 00 Storage and sold on
commission. July 21 tf
THE undersigned wouW iAUm their Friends
and the public generally, that the
Jewelry and Watch Repairing
Business, will he conducted in the future under th
am and stylo of A. & II. SIMPSO.NV And
fould solicit a ,htre of public patronage-. V .
gsaAll work entrusted to them will be care
illy and promptly attended to. This, July 1, U65.
JulrSl tf - . S.VM. MMPS.W.
Ualowik, J. F. Ccmmisos,
Bhioium, C. N. JIolst, .Suvaunali,
D. H. BALDWIN & CO.,
Cotton and Tobacob Factors,
CA-.VA-yt.4Z, COMMISSI OX M EUCUASTS,
No. ITS, Pearl Street,
Refer to E. N. Kennedy, Eji, W. P.Uume,
Esq., S. B. Seat,
Consigumenu rrspoctfuUy s .'.'.oi'rd, upon which
liberal advance will b tuuie rnd Ui which prompt
attention will be riven. '
Our Mr. A. J. MuWhirter, who has had more than
fifteen years experiene iu th wholosnl dry goods
trad of th West and South, will tak pleasure in
eiocuting all orders, addressed to us, for Dry
Goods, Hats, Hoots, Shots, Ac, kc.
Aug. 25 ly D. H. BALDWIN" A CO.
FURKIN & TARPLEY,
House an, Sign Painters,
t-liop on birawlierry Alley, over P. Young's
T'lor Shop. IV !er- pTp atfn-Vd to.
CRTJSMAIT t& CHESNUT,
(Successors to W. S. PotuDtXTt Co.,y '
f.i. I. .... ..I fitAttRd If(
' t y O R 0 C E R I E S , :-;
Iron, Salt,-;,pement, Sec,
Ctr. Franklin and Market Su.
Oct. so, c5-tf -it ; . :-.t .!. i .,
w. a, rOIXDIXTIB...
' Wc S. POINDEXTER & co.; :
- DEALERS IN
Dry Goods,' Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groce
ries, Hardware Queerwpief
Glassware, &c, &o. , ,r
NEW PROVIDENCE, .TENNESSEE.
i,l Vl tlT ,..
CttJ Our friends are- tespectfnlly Inrltefl to' fx-
amine our Mock. 1 i W. S. T. 4 C0.'A
Oct. 20, '65-lf ' ' 1 ' ' - '
in ' . .i ii.ii ) ; ; i .i
- c.,g. sirjiTH, : -
A ITOUXEt AT LAW.
il ; OLARKSVILLE, TENH. .
Office over tf. St at till's store, Franklin street, op
posite the Court House. ' " Octl'eS-lm .
JL W, HUMPHREYS,', 7'
A. ttorney at Law,
,: K CLARKSV1LLE, TEJM, "' "
Office, on Public Square- cr stairs, under
"CbTonid""offiu, ., . v. . i Oct. 6, G5-f
WM. M. DANIEL, :
; a t torke y: a T -L A W.'t
"' CtABKSVHlI. IK.
OrFtcx, south side Public Square,' under Chroni
cle Office. . t, ;.. '; ... . , , Sep 29; '65-tf
1. O. UORNBSKGia..
.jonN t. uovsc.
HORNBERGER & HOUSE,
Office upstairs ovr Nixou's Sto'ri in old Rail-
.. 1 nr.. ..... c. o 1 n k n
Sept. 8, '05-2m
G. A. HrMU--T..4lENRY,
attend to all law bnsioess jconfidtsdtd
in the 7th Judicial' District and the
Supreme Court at NslviUi!,f3'etiih
Office on Public Square,"1 Clarksvrtle, Teun.
Sept. 1, 'C5.-tf
Q UAR ES, , .
Attorney at ' Law,
Sept. 1, 1865-tf, , , .. .
IRTUL'H A. BJ1ITU.
o. A. pgrrxs.
;, SMITH & PEFFER,-
Attorneys & Counsellors at Law,
.SOLICITORS A '' CnASCE&r, '.
' Claim and Bounty Agents.1 '
CL AUKS VILLE, TENNESSEE.
rf Will practice in the State and U. S. Courts
of Tennesae. Office on Strawberry Alley, near the
Square. LP'- 65 tl
1. JAT BUCK,
J. C MCMl'LLC!.',
Late Judge Adr.
Dist. Mid. Term.
C. S. A.
BUCK & McMULLEX,
ATTORXEIS AT LAW. and REAL ESTATE
. AND CLAIM A (it MS,
Will practice in tbc State and Federal Courts..
HAVING served as officers in the V. 8. Army,'
will have facilities to prosecute successfully all le
gitimate claims against the Government.
Llarksville, Icun., Aug. 4, 1800-
Dr. W. C. WESTERFIELD,
WILL practice Medicine in Clarksville, ' and
vicinity. Office, at his residence, lately oc
cupied by Joseph Johnson. Sept. 15, '65 3m
, ; DR. H. M. AC:EE,
"V'' CLARKSVILDE, TENN., '.
fPENDERS bis services to the citizens of the citv
X and vicinity, in the different brauches of bis
A No. 1 Second band case of Dental Instruments,
with plate tool, aH complete, forsnle.. ,
B.Offic'e,' at his residence, one door east of Dr.
Cooper. n . '; ' July M-tf
BELL & SHERIDAN,
3? U Q V O s E il P HC s a s
Opposite the Market IIousc, Franklln-tt.,
Sept. 1, '63.-1 y '
War Claim and Bounty Agency'.
smith & rnrrcn,' ,
Attorneys and Claim Agents.
HAVE unsurpassed facilities for the transaction
of all kinds of business wherein the Gov
ernment js a party. They prosecute and collect
claims against the United States for Pensions,
Bounty, Arrears- of Pay, and fur property! taken,
used or destroyed durinj th war. 1 -,
September 1, '65. tf
PRESLEY A. BYRNE,
Forwarding and Commission
M E It G II A N Tt. ?
AWD STEAMBOAT AGENT,
WAREHOUSE I.owtr Endo Wharf,
R. II. ERASER,
fSooctssoa to FRASER & CO.,)
C0TT0X L TOBACCO FACTOR is GENERAL
NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA.
tQT Refertng to th above Card, I solicit your
shipments and cat salely promise I.AKUblt .Ntf
PROCEEDS that tny Northern market
Oil. 13. '6V6in
ttT ULAKKS! bl.ANKSI Wdeep coastaally
en rnnd sni ffr Si'. msr't !', kta-ls of Hank,
uurair ana .uaruen
t- " implements i
? '.; 11 1 jjiUfii, t I 1 f sij ..,.,,.....:. ,, ,
SOLE AGENTS FOR ; -': "
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Avery's Flows and Points I
TH & A R k A N'G EM S NTS MADR WITn THE
' manufacturers of the above articles, and the
undersigned are such that purchasers in this market
of a b fiopplfad by "ks, AtSiF Dspo ' ) I J.J .
Sigrf w Tennessee1 fcRONf"
Franklln-st., CLARKSTILLE, TEXX.
At manufacturers prices, with freight and insurance
iveniucsy uarveiiers, iumng iioies,
1WW Til t .A .i PwirfJhelleri, viC'sJ
Mowers, k Cultivators.
Cider Mills, - -.r Forks,
Sugar Mills, Grain Cradles.
Cok CvftifofatosW GwinnSatVV1 A
Thremi(jf-Mabin(- GmferB&des, A
Uay Itcsper, Spades,
Avery's PloV ,aiid Points,"
And all kinds of
Grass Seed, Iron, Na.ils, Salt nydtaulio Lime,
W.i AU1 Jul5;pokeAnd
Felloes; Cistern Chains,
. Turing tif. d Boxes. , ' . , .
LtbWGfetria, 'HolkJwfe, Towder and Shot,
Lead Percussion Can, Safety Fuse, etc., etc.
As we intend keeping a full and constant Supply
of the above, and many other, article wanted in
this market, at our Pepot, we respectfully ask all
interested, in getting the right article at the right
pric, to GIVB C3- A CALL.
.Aug. 25-17 FBECH 4 CO.
W, A. SETTLE,
. 1 .1 .
!S -f' .1 '.Ml .1' f! -VI ,.)
.!.:'. IT t-
(NEXT DOOR TO " NATIONAL HOTEL,")
noT ,nll'i7 jbtuutklb ,.iZ' nil ' ml
-.-J ' T IT
TOBACCO A N O IdIGARS,
..r 1 ittt i' .r
.p:lioY' vrr-& oitiO
CANDIES of erirj Variety jJ " 1 H ? G OCW
ALT IS S. S. Almond, Filberts, Cream If Hts;
PICLES In 1-4, 1-2. 3-4 Gallons;
PINE APPLES Put up in, glass and tin;
SARDINES Iu 1-4 and' 1-2 boxes;
Vanilla, Rose, Lemon, Ginger, Strawberry, etc.;
...,,. CRA;KKKStt Putter, Sugar, oda,. and
' 'At'-) ii Ginger NntBij Rasins, Fig, Diites.
Ju'.y 14 tf W. A. S.
FALL- AND1 WINTER,
WTZ ABB XOW RBORIVING A LARGK AND
H, WELL ASSORTED STOCK OF
Clothing: id Grjutlemen's
Of the Latest Styles, for Fall and Winter Wear.
Our Stock .Embraces
COLLARS, CRAYATS, ,
DRAW i. US, UALF-UOSE,
. BAXDKERCniEFS, " ' . ..
IMBRELLAS, ' 1
v . : . CARPET-SACKS, TRUNKS,
And all ether articles usually kept int. ...
FIRST-CLASS CL0TU1NG' STORE!
These Goods Verc 'purchased in the EASTF.RX
MARKETS l'Oll CASH, and we feel satibtied
that we can offer .
To thos who may favor us with their patronage
Call and examine OUR STOCK, . and salily
yourselves with regard to prices.
Terms-'-STRICTLY ; CASH!
T. 4 B. K. McCULLOCU.
., Clarksville, Tenn.
?pt. 1, '85 tf
T WOCLD respectfully state to the citizens of
ClarksviJIe and r'cinlty thnt I have secured the
Agency for selling the following Machinery.
Steam Engines with latest Improvements!
The Improved. American . Turbine Water
Wheel 5 ' 1 . -'' : '
lane fc Ilodlcy's Circular Saw Mill;
French Mill Bnrrs, Bolting Cloth, Belling)
011 Mcll Machlutrj.
Hands will be furnished to repair Mills and put
Office at T. McCulloch's Clothing Store.'
Clarksville, Aug. 4, "65-ly
If any cart oppress your mind,
Or wrinkle up your face,
To get "all right," and comfort find
"Tom IlatRUSOB't" (At plait I
Harrison would respectfully announce to
bit friefl'ls and the public generally, tbV ht
renovated, refit-led,, aud resupplitd hit i . .. .
' Oif FRAKKLIN STREET,
for the accommodation of all who indulge lioile.'
Customers will here find .clerks who kuow bow to
mix beverage to tickle tbe pUult of tht must fas
He insures thote wbo may favor him with their
custom that they will always find her t cleau,
orderly, quiet house; and that htwill serve to tlu-iu
nothing but th' finest and purest Wiues and Liq
uors that can be had for "lott or money."
Fine bottled Wiues and Brandies, Ale, oo draught
and iu hollies, nd tbt best brands of Ci(iars: also
S. Tw-.U60.--X., fur thus who are piously in
clined. T. B. HAUK130N, .
Pranklia St., sooth side, under Fowler 1 Hall.
rsrksriM, Ju'y 14, -rf
PRINTED WSBKI.T, BVSTIT ratPAt MORNIKO, BY
-' ' ' rtmLisHKii-iivy vaAaisTosu -. i i I
TermsThree Dollars per Year,
RaJT fio name entered on our books till the: tub
cripliom it paid foT.Jgg , (.
WircBiiO 'The All-wise Creator hafli seen fit: Id
bis inrCrniiHe providence, to remove from the wniks
of man, our highly esteemed and fkithfbl brother,
Dr. Charsks K. Loops b, who-was born at Carlyle,
Pa., on the 15th day of Novembes, ISO). Uro.
Cooper was a graduate. of Jefferson Medical Col-
lege, Philadelphia;,. He emigrated to this place in
1836, where be bas long enjoyed a high reputa
tion, for learning and skill in his' profession. He
was' initiated 'and entered apprentice Mason In
Clarksville Lodge, No, 89, in, 1843, and soon after
was passed and-raised .to the degree of Master
Mason, and was. called to preside over the Lodf.'
He was, also, member of the- Presbyterian Ctwrcn
for many years, and Was those 0 by'hfs Wtthren a
Rutins Elder in hfs church, and having filled
up the measure of his day and of bit usefulness,
be departed this life, at bis residence, in this city,
in (rreat peace, on the 25th inst; therefore - - -.1
J?eotL.That wa deeply mourtt the death' of
our worthy and distinguished brother, who has en
deared JumJcJC to. us by luj zeal and tideU'.y to our
ancient - and.' bonorabla ordr, and by.'btttnany
private and social virtues.
fietolted. That, society at targe bflS lost, til the
death of Bro. Cooper, worthy and useful citizen ;
thetfjftick, a human and skillful physician; the
poor, a benefactor; the Lodge, one of its brightest
ornamtats; .tk) tfiMlical facuity, oh- eT lis mvtl
gifted and distinguished members, and the Chflrch
one of its strongest, piUars.i 1, r
Resolved, That re sym'pathisei, most sincerely and
tenderly, with hjs family in their bereavement and
as i ' farther'' lestinlonial of our respect for tb
memory of our deceased brother, and affectionate
regard for bis bereaved family, we will wear the
asual badge of Our order for the period of thirty
days, and that we will drape the lodge-room, rami,
tans add jewels, with mourning Jisr the shrae, period
of time.: " S- k n. t- "':, hn.if.i ,
Reulted, That we, as Lodge, will attend bit"
funeral,' w hich is to tak 1 place to-day, t bit late
residence, and assist in performing the last tad
rights of sepulture. - .-.-.' .t -
Resolved, That th Secretary be' requested to
furnish a copy of these resolutions to the family of
our-dereased jbrotbrrT and another tojtll'e publisiefj
ofa,GlacSJville"iaiVeni'--i, villi a reo tiiSl
thty 'pnTjiisb tbem'in lhi next issue."' " ' " 4 ' '
T. A. THOMAS, W. M.
T. McCou.ocB Secretary, pr tern. r i -Clarksville,
Octrath, 1865. 't; '
THE riERrOXT-CLARK' MC0XTC0TERSY.
The following card frbrri Cot. Pierpout, of Va,
is printed in the New York Tribune, of the 23d ult.:
, "DisloYal ScWiMiifrtourTiiBrsro.f'die
Hou.' Freeman Clara peremptorily ofdered'tJoff.
Pierpout, of Virginia, to leave bis office at the
Treasury, on account ,orriuUefjbgf disloyal senti
ments. The language used iu part was: "We peo
ple of the South never will anmbit to being taxed
to pay) the I'uSori r debt! 1 5V'e ntVsr Will tand
it, sir," etc.
ffhe above appeared in th "ew Tork rrilune's
special Washington dispatch of the 17th inst.
Freeman, Clark, by subtordinnte u) his, office, pro
cured the ftbove statemeht o be made. It Contains
two gross falsohoods. 1st. Freeman Clark did not
order GoV: Ptcrbontbf Va., to learclis officf. ft.
Gov. Piei point did not say "We people of ihe South
never will submit to being taxed to pay the Union
war debt We neter will stauj. i V sir."
Iiutli statements are grossly fixlse and Freeman
Clark knew them to be false when he procured them
to be published.- i " ' T. H. PIEHPONT.
Washinoton, D. C, Oct. 20, 186& ' .'.
The Washington correspondent of the Cincinnati
Gutette. who it nrobably also tht correspondent of
the New Tork 7Vi6un, telegraphs under date Of
the 24tb inst, as follows; ..
Cov. I'ierpont, of Va., having wen fit to publish
a denial of, the twtement in these dispatches iHat
be, last week, in th treasury building, denounced
th Government for expecting thai the people. Of
Swnth would tamely submit to be taxed to pay the
public debt and that he was therefore ordered out
of the room by Comptroller Clark, stigmatizing tbe
nUUmeut' at a gross . falsehood,, and alleging ilbkb
Mr. Clark" procured it publication, Mr. Clark, to
day, in a note to your correspondent tars, in answer
tg the denial j. "1 slate unqualifiedly bat Gov. Pier
pout did express the sea rittents imputed to'bim,'
not, however, in the precise words, as stated in tbe
dippatch to which he alluded, but in more object.
ionablt and offensive fcagiityaf and tfyo Jtjfin
that I did direct him tolrtve tlw rsoea. J
(Signed) ., , , , -. FREEMAN CLARK."
Mr. Clark, Iq prcof of th accuracy of hisstate-
mdws,. tlif worn afldarit tar that efftct oT'flrt
Charlie" Dr 'Hmtth.'a' brother of Hon. James C.
Smith, one of the Justices of the Supreme Court of
the State or N. 1 who was present and beard th
whole conversation. Gov. Pierpont is getting de
cidedly the worse-side of tht question of veracity,
ai ther Is itlfl another person who can affirm the
truth of the allegations which are already sustained
by tbc Statement of Mb. Clark, backed by tbe oath
of an unimpeachabe witness, ., ; . ,
Some of the Congressmen elect from Virginia,
art much exorcised over their Governor's indiscreet
speech, and which they fear may delay the admis
sion of their delegates last session.
The two, Virginia Senators hav called upon Mr.
Clark to express their surprise, and to dissent from
the doctrines enunciated by Pierpont. ' "
Be true to your lorr. I don't mean to stick to
him, but don't deceivs bint. Let biiu kuow what
sort or n person you are., lell each other your
faults, make known your real opinions, state your
views 01 married companions. Uesp se and abjure
the humbugging which is almott universal among
lovers. Girls keep out of sight their failings, aud
uo their best to cause their beaux to think them
auprels, and men bow like slaves to every wish or
wium 01 tneir lauy-ioves, ana sem to live but to
make them happy. Now that is not as it ought to
be ; it w)U tot be SO atr! marriage. ' The' Woman
will grow we iry of acting her prettiest, and the
man wili not endure all sorts of inconveniences.
and submit to all sacrifices to please the woman
who is securely his own.
It is the dearest pleasure of every true woman to
obey and make happy the man she loves, if he is
kind and reasonable, but bow much better it would
be to teach the sweetheart as to her true uo ition.
I won't say any more to the girls, for as they have
o be wooed and won, and as they have fewer
chancel than tbe men bive, there it mare excuse
for them to put the Lest side out; only let them
strive to keep is out; and we hare no further con
troversy with them. But tbc- men are without ex
ruse for holding out such pretences as they do.-
Cruel, because the pain which the woman will feel
when all his subserviency am! preference to her is
withheld, will be in proportion to .l e pleasure with
which it is received 1 unwise, Uis i biJ be such
t shock to her as to cause her resolutely to rebel,
or silently cease to love. In cither case, the hus
band will tic sorely punished for to long ignoring
their Just relutloiis to each other.'
lu Congressmen elected in Virginia: 1st Pis.,
Cuslis; 2nd, Chandler; 3rd, Barbour; 4th, Ridge
way; 5th, Bolts; 6th, Stewart; Tih, Conrad; 8th,
Hodge. Three cannot take Ui uMO. , .
Bp)uThe next Congrea will officially proclaim
lb territory of Colorado as tb thirly-teientb
fci ft in He Cn!9n.
SrECIMEXSOr TEXXESSEI LEGISLATION
: " 1 - ! i f. -,1 ! f : .' , . t . . ' m '
' inn xmiBTt, , ,. ., 1
Braate bill 123, prohibiting Rebel ministers from
from celebrating marriagt ceremonies, was taket
np, .. ... h; .ui .... 1.. . i'uj ,1 -u a-'
Mr. Dnggan thought that wo thonld not interftr
iu the matter, that the war was over. : r.
--. Mr. Doughty agreed with Hr. Dnggan. ' '
Mr. -Waters; of Madison, - thought that Rebel
prmcbert Wert not followers tf tbe meek and lowly
Jesnt; : but were political ttumpert and blood-
boandai Tbey wr not within 40,000 miles of
tnetr dutr . I hey. had even totd men If rhey g-ot
killed 1st bottle; they would go right to Heaven, on
account of the righteousness Of this raust, i They
were not ministers of -the Uospol, but of Hell-fire
and Damnation.-' He could refer-to other ease of
this kind, and be- did, nam on preacher Matt
Flattrf-.who invited men to go into the Rebel army,
and then ran- away to Kentucky alrttid to- fight
himself..! He wag against the rcsvlutlaa.. If ther
was a class on earth who deserved whipping,
that class was the Rebel, preachers. Ht would
tell them to. He mid some of them claimed to be
sorry; but he did not like -that kind or 'orry."
They should not bt recognized at minister alont
tide of loyal preacnere. 1..' -; t. t-i-..- .;.: 1 , .c
. Mr. Steele .thought that the whole thing trat
tbaoloaicad question, and thti law should take no
:cognizance of it . r - s. -i
- By Mr. Most; To-discount debts owing to disloyal
parties. The'bill provides that debt owing to dis
loyal pertonl by loyal debtors, shall be depreciated,
at tht meant of payment was lessened by tbe
measures of tbe lata rebellion. Pasted and referred
to tb ftrihjf Corqmittef. ;fj , 'JTi.K j )i' I'i
Tot bill abolish 1 nc tht pay of tht Governor's
staff, was taken up, .,, , ,,.'... ,. ,..
Mr. Arnell thought that , the Governor should
hart two clerks j tod that, the pay of Major was
none too hicb. It took on clerk to makteadorte-
menU and pardons alone, . '.,..( . ',,. ,
Mr. Hood was opposed to the measure. . It bad
been Said that the Secretary of State needed a clerk.
by, under bit interpretation of the law. hit salary
was from $8,000 to $10,000 p.-r annum; and out
of this, be ought to pay his own clerk hire; and,
ID11 came out 01. tut soldiers wbo bad ibugnt tut
battits of his country, and wbo should not be op
pressed by heavy taxation. lK . .
Mr. faleele thought the fees received by tht Sec
retary for commissions were clearly illegal. . .,- .
Mr. Hood said that if we were to hart a clerk.
let us have a clerk, and not a M ajor. , ' I
Already Uie. jacJ. had .been drawn out that 1.-
SQO appropriated to Investigate the affairs of the
bank, bad been swallowed by men already druwinr
large pay, lor performi.ig no labor. "' Tennessee
inoner is worth .twenty cents- on tbe dollar ;' and
yet wc are asked to kt-ep up a grand establishment,
for, the benefit of somebody, and bis sons. - We can
well afford to keep the. Adjutant-General, because
we heeded bira; but the othert -staff offljers
were not needed are useless.
As to tht necessity of keeping a Clerk to endorse
pardons why be wouldn't vote a cent to Clerk
to do that. He didn't care whether, rebels were
pardoned or banged ; he would sustain the govern
ment in either. case. '-OjU'Andy" bad a held of
bis own, and be didn't suppose it mattered much
what was done bete,'' for the President would do as
be pleased in the end. If we Were to bare Clerks.
let as have (hem. Grandeur is played out '
Mr. llddsori And grand eloquence too., J... .
Mr.' Hood That is c!iepV it didn't cost any-
thing; but military1 jriififltr do.'
Mr. Waters, of Madisou, thought the Secretary
of State. did. not get enough,' unlets ht bad a Clerk
allowed him,. II referred to tbe deranged condi
tion 01 everyiuiug, ana the amount, ot lar-or re
quired to bring things to order. We had the right
men in tht right offices, now, tod we ought to
keep them aud pay tbetn.' The gentleman -from
Hamilton had got an Idea that there was -something
wrong in Ihe Brownlow fuinUy,.,. ,.-.,.-.
Mr. nood-r-That is so.
Mr. Waters Well, you didn't always think so.
But yoa hart worked yourself up (t it, because yon
don't like the Governor. . . , ...
. Mr. Hudson testified to the disorder which things
hsd got idto durin the war:' He knew that the
Secretary of State had ohCs- spent ten hours, in
bunting-a Juipcr, l'urtiv'jicu.tue law ,alured bim
ten'ccnls. . .., ' '-".r':t
Mr. Ganier wished to hare his position under
stood. The py prop isc-1 to be given to the Adjutant-General
was $2.6 I0,pejyeur; and he loped
tie would be retained jn) toiSiUivo yeari:, till things
connected with the war were settled up. that the
soldiers and their families might get. all to which
they were entitled. 1 But be would Dot vuto for the
retention of the two majors. '
Mr. W ines v, as for retrenchment. Are tbt em
cers which it i proposed to retain necessary 7. If
not, they should be set adrift.
The question wta then taken 00 the mendment,
(retaining the Adjutant-General and .two Majors.)
r .- ' ' . ' 'I!. 1.-1
- - I f .
- CbtfctHXHiQ Dooits;. when yon go into your
neighbor s premises he sure to leave them as you
find ttiera. lr TOO find a doot shut, votf may rea
sonably suppose your frtond wanted to hare it shut,,
and therefore you have no right to leave it w.-n;
and if you .fin it oen, uo matter how void ..the.
weather is, do you leave it oiien, for it is but rea
sonable to conclude that it Was left open for some
good purpose. And the same advice is good for all
places, whether they be nouses, stores, factories.
offices, or whatever they may be. Remember , tbt
rule; it has tit) exception. ',' Leave tbe doors as you
Had them. : If tbe owner or the door don t know
how ht wants It, bow do you know bow he
The poet Tennyson is thus described by on
wbo stw bini recently; "He wts dressed in a very
ordinary, ratber negligent manner, and his thick.
curly gray bair bung iu long and shaggy lecks
down over a broad collai. His hat was down over
his face, so that I could not see bis phrenological
development ; but he truly had the "sad. passive
eye," which I have heard credited to him, and
which," trlthal!,' was nervous and downcast Ho
wort ft rather tojig beard tod mustache; both wer
plentifully spunk ted with wuif,-4 hough originally
very dark, i tie poct,s complexion was sallow, bn
nose straight, so J Ljs facs father long."
1 ' ) --. 1
Ezcrrtn Oratos. "We hare taken Atlanta, w
bar taken Savanab, Columbia, and Charleston, tnd
now at last we bare taken Petersburgb and occu
pied Richmond, and what remain for us take?
An Irishman in th crowd shouts: "Lets take
drink 1" ' ' . -" .' .'. '
To Ttrr' Baiiim -Qtiet. An fiehntipe paper
gives the following 'modus operandi: As soon at
the squaller awakes set it up, propped by a pillow,
if it ran not sit alone. Hraear Its fingers thick with
molasses, then put half a dozen feathers Into its
hoods, and It will sit and pick the feathers from
one hand to tht other until it droiM asleep; as soon
as it awakes again, apply more feathers, and I the
place of innumerable sleepless nights there will be
silence and enjoyment unspeakable. ,,. I
CoMrxnstATES it Lent. Somt well known
Southerners, who have only reaided in Mexico a
few weeks, havt already received important ap-
pointmonts from the imperial government Among
them are'Hterlicg Pri., of Missouri: laham i
Harris, of Twtnessee ; Wm. Hardman, of Texas,
and John Perkins, of Lousiana, all of whom have
been appointed ''colonization agenu," . Price. Har
ris and Perkins have left for Cordova and the re
gion of country bordering oa the "Tierra Caliente."
Their diitit art to examine the lands offered for
colonization purposes, and to report thereon to tht
authorities, l heir return is loosed lor with con
siderable anxiety by numerous Southerners, wbo
desire to settle iu this country . .V Y. World.
Kssr Out. Keep out of debt 00 1 of quar
rel out of law out of thin shoe out of damp
cloths .1 out of reach of brandy and waUr-r-oui
of oflloe out of matrimony, unless yon art it
love aud keep clear of cheating the printer out
TO TDK MEMBERS OF THK ,
Methodist Episcopal Church South,
""'' ' ' ' WtTl!l THt SXWSDt Of TH ''
":; TENNESSEE ANflCAL CONFERENCE. "
Dv Brethren: We bare pawed through great
tribulation. The Ootid of war has been upon ns;
Iht horizon bas been' dark in every direction,' and
our land has been full of sorrow. Poverty ba
usurped tbt place of wealth, misfortune bas spread
her dark. wings over hearts and homes onct smiling
t id filled with joy. The Church of God has shared
in the common desolation; the wall of Zion hare
been broken down, herb"uiful palaces hart been
laid id the dust, her fields hav run to waste, and
God's people have bung their barps upon, the wil
lows, and asked, how can we sing the Lord's song
in a strange land? ' ' -
' But thanks bt to God, light -begins to break I
Tht war is over; peace again stretches ber balmy
wing over, us, and we are hoping to see bright and
beautiful days as once they shone upon us, when
we flourished as a people, blessed of the Lord. ' '
1 It becomes ns ss Christians to bumble ourselves ;
to submit cheerfully to the chastening hand of the
Almighty ; to kiss the rod that ha been laid upon
(is in mercy, - atd grow wiser and better, by this
heavy dispensation of t gracious Providence. We
should ever bear in mind 'that "all things work
together for good to them, that love God; " and
that these "light afflictions, which are but for a
moment, work tot ns It far more exceeding and
eternal weight of glory."-'
, Tub question has been often asked,' wby has tbt
Lord so afflicted his peoDle? Wherein are we sin
ners above others, that we should be caused thus to
suffer? " Wt answer, "whom' tht liord Wveth he
chasieneth," and if ye be without chastisement,
then ye ar bastards and not sots. And yet breth
ren, upon a careful examination, perhaps, we may
find that w had gone astrav. How much of pride,
of. worldly-mlitdedness, of telf indulgence; of
conformity to the world) bow little of bomility ;
of self-denial; of fervent piety; nf faith; of hpty
inng. Truly may we say, that we have not come
np to tht measure of our privilege and have fallen
far below-the gospel - standard of holiness. God
bas taken ot through the furnace, that we may be
as gold, purified ; He bas caused us to pas through
the fire,' that He may test os. Blessed is be whose
fal A failetb not I X - 1 i - ' V-
Wo have sot fairly re-adjusted ourselves, are
going afresh to tbe fields of labor. We anticipate
trials and conflicts. We shall not only meet the
common enemies Infesting the path of every Chris
tian and Christian Mmabrr, but we shall perhaps
meet new and wily foea, -those who will misrepre
sent us, and attempt to prejudice. the public mind
against us, to alienate the affections of our people
from us and m ler our work: arduous1 and unsuc
cessful.. Too many will doubtless-attempt to sow
tares in our fields. .-... -. , .. . 1 .: .
And then ' many of us have . been reduced
in our finances; our wives and children have
been 'brought to poverty, and the' prwpt;f
is, that- in fulfilling', the : holy voentioO . to
which God has called . us, like SL Paul, we
may suffer hunger and nakedness. Once we,
could look to yoa with confidence ;' once your
hearts and hornet and purses were alt open to our
comfort.-, But circumstances .with yoil have
changed; you too bare been straitened, and though
your . hearts are full of kindness and chanty,
your.'means are limited,'' and ' what you find
a jiraur : heart to do, yoa ' bare ' not the
bility. . to perform. . Yet wa . are persuaded
that you will not forsake us in tht. hour
of trial. ' While we are willing t go forwartl,
trusting In-God, and confiding in your liberality,
we believe, you will meet us in tht spirit of brother
ly kindness and self-sacrifice, and share., with us
your "temporal things," though they be meagre,
hue we minister to yon In "splntnal things.
The spirit that will actuate all,' -will enable ot to
tny.,.. - i.i,. ... -,.-!: ' . t , v-i
1 We share our mntual wrf, .
'' '' Our mutual burdens bear." "
Where you cannot furnish yont ministers with
money, give them shelter, Send them food, supply
them .with- raiment, give them a portion of the
products of your fields, your - shops, your trade.
By timely tnd united efforts tht work of ministe
rial support may be made comparatively easy.
Many "of Tour pastors are willing to laSir with
their bands to sustain-their families, but this will
in a measure hinder their vocation as shepherds of
the flock of Christ. To do their work well, to
read, itudy, prepare for the pulpit visit the mem
bers or their congregations, comrurtthe sick and
bury the dead, will occupy all their timn; and we
bceeech you brethren, not to require them to pause
in their holy mission "to serve tables.". Do all you
can to give your brel'hern the comforts of life, that
they may go forward wltti good hearts, preaching
and fetdinf; the sheep Of Christ which he bu pur
chased wlta 11 is own precious blood. '
But more, we exhort you to cultivate personal
piety, and to labor diligently for tbe up-building of
trie cnurcu or uod as a spiritual house. To do
this, give attention to private devotion, the reading
of the Scriptures, family prayer, public wouhip.
the preached word, social prayer,, class meeting:
to all the instituted ami prudential means of grace.
Bngngttirtne work ot revival, labor and toil, be
ing co-worker with your brethren in the ministry;1
strive to concert tinner from sba error of their
wan reclaim erring brethren: instruct the ignorant
and sustain the feeble. .Thus shall your hilars be
blessed, and you show yourselves to be wise in win
ning souls, t " . .- '" ' ' ' '
h Nor. Would Wt forget Sunday School. Thest
nurseries of piety bays io many plactt baen ntles-.
ted and the children are running at large without
moral culture. Take care of the rising generation.
If ye love me, feed my lambs" said the Saviou.-
to Peter., Oh; brethren, look after the children of
the church they are tbe..(fb.ope of Zion in genera
tionn m rnmel
Keep the' unity of the Spirit in the bonds of
peart. Let us endeavor to put away all strife and
contention among - tht people,- and 1 especially
among those of our own household. Let . us
be quiet, peaceable and orderly subjects, sub
mitting'' ourselves to "the powers that be"
as ordained of God. Be kind, lie courteous, ten
der-hearted, forgiving out another, and abort al)
havt fervent chairty among yourselves.
Some anxiety has been tclt In certain quarters as
to tbe future of tbe beloved church with which e
axe connected ; It bas even been suggested that our
days are numb-red. To nil such faint-hearted and
timid brethren we would say, "have faith in God.'1
"The race is not to tht swift, nor the battle to the
strong. Christ stld, "uo, and Iv I am with you.
"Some trust iu chariots aud some in horses, but we
ill trust in the living God." "Nut by might, not
by power, but by my Spirit saitli the Lord."
sustained by these promises and trusting in (he
strength of grace Divine, - we will "proceed in
Jesus work. t havt tht promist or a glorious
future. Going out not to promote worldly inter
ests, not to accomplish sinister ends, but to preach
Christ and hlra ciucifltfd ; to build up 1 spiritual
bouae. a holy priesthood, tod lo proclaim the ac
ceptable year of the Lord, we have rothing to fear.
True to the doctrines of the Bible, firm In our ad
herenre to the principles of Godliness, united in all
our plans and purposes, wit n "Holiness to tne
Lord'1 inscribed on our banners, we cannot fail.
Faltering as did tbe prophet when he thought that
of all God's people he alone was left, we were
ready to despair, but Ood has opened our ryes in
which we see tbtriots and borsemt-n, an-1 more
than seven thousnnd who have not bowed the knee
lo Raal. Already "we bear tlia sound in the mul
berry trees." The noise of the battle is beard from
far. Our hills and valley are vocal with praise.
The shouts of thousand of new converts cheer or
hearts and inspire ou- hopes; and wt exc a in
amidst all our diourairnicnts "The best of all is.
God Is still with ns."' Wt are fresh from th fields
wbert Iht slain of th Lord bas been many, aud
wlert wt bare seen living armies ris up from the
valley of drr bones. Prais the Lord I Brethren
Committing 'you to th care of Iht Chief
Shepherd, we are your servants for Christ's sake.
J. II. McFKKUIN, )
A. L. P. GREEN, Committee.
J. W. H ANN Kit; - ,
BT AKIIS ttS.
I don't think ther ever watt girl so completely
worked up as Susy was last Monday morning, ami
it did me good tt tee It for she has kept me iu-nrlt
a state of mind for tht last year, I wet e en a most
crazy. I ve always known ber from a- little gal,
when the school ma'am put all the little ones oil
the same bench, and t used to--keep myseTT 'twake)
by wiuding her carles over my fingers, smf spelW
ing all. the hard words for her. - And when saowt
come, my band-sled was just big enough to-bold
her and me, tnd I always drawed fter home. And
her Aunt wonld say, with t wicked kind of look
in hrr eye' "John you'll have to bt paid for this
yet, taking so much trouble," tnd then, .bashful at
I was, I had to stammer out, "that h wss only
fun to draw t .e sled," but It was not a light weight
she Was to draw, though I never would own lt-
So I kept on, year after year, liking her belter tnd
better every day,, and she all tat whllt pretend
ing not to know word tbont It. Well, tbe went
away off to visit it Cousin tnd she told fne the
might hot eomt back In t tnt. ' "So Joh, I'll
givt you a lock of my bair if you'll premiss not to
burn it up when yon ge,t home." -. , ,. ,
' Let me cut it off," said 1, so I bail fo get tat
face pretty near bers to se which eurl I wanted.
and to pay her for old tricks. ' I stolt what tb
wouldn't let me Biro back, tnd tbt prettiest eurl
beside. i . . . ......
She was vexed, T tell you, end her' eyes flashed1
fire at me, and tbt wouldn't tay Good-bye.1 P
went home, but our. folks didn't set me, tin I hadl
lightened my heart by a good crying tpeUon tht
bay-mow way up under tht rafters. '.
' How I managed to get along that year, 1 don't
know, 1 grew poor, tad It teemed at If omV thing"
was sore I must go away wbert tht had never
been, or I should die. ..... ... .., ,,, .. .
She come back jest in tiint to save me from go-
ing to Californy. 1 Somehow she seemed changed,'
jet as pretty, but kind of thy. Well, I bore it nil
very well, and tht . would once in great wbilt,
talk about old times quite glibly. . .. ,
I persuaded mother to make 1 quiltinj and atkr
all the young folks, and get' Susy to help tier
mark tbe qnilt . She didn't like to refuse mother,' '
as one day when I was gone out of town she cam,
over and marked the quilt, and when got back
she was jest running buck to ber fathers across the
meadow."- ''"''- '' ' " '
. Mother seen it used rat op to havt ber ran tff se
soon, so she said 1 "Susy bas bad feelings at well
as other folkshcr eyes look as if she'd been cry
ing and she didn t want you to see her face." .
She come to the qnlitin, and sht set "the last .
si itch," and that's t sign she'll bt married before
tht year's gone by, and they shook the quilt ovr
her head, tnd mine. ' I went home with her and'
wt talked about Christmas, and she tnid, "where
she was last year they made a greal deal of par.
ade for Christmas, every body kept open boose, ,
and seut present and she helped make wreaths for
tbt Church." ' ' " -' " ';
t thought, about Major Jone's story, so t asked
her if she'd .Accept t Christ mot box from roe, tnd 1
keep what was in it as long as tUt lived, to pay foe;
the curt I had? .' ' ' ' ,
' She raid she would if it warn nt ft costly' affair,''
she didu'l' believe, in girl accepting gifts from
' young men," but its you John, aud wt know each
other well enough not to be formal. .
I bad tbe Cabinet-maker make a nice kind of
cup-board. ' He called it a wardrobe, and varnished
it till you could see your face in it, tnd Saturday
night I brought it home. ...Monday -morning long .
before light, I had it laid on the sleigh and drew. i , -over
to her fathers.' " , .' ; '.1, '.', ' "
I shouted merry Christmas. ' They were soot npy
and my broibor, a keun little follow rtnped at that
door. 1 bad crept info tbe wardrobe and he locked .
me In- I left a small place for air, I didn't want
to dlo jest m I hoped to fetch matters right with'
Susy. " ' " ' '-' ' '
; She came, and saw the bos. 1 Ned said "Jobs
sent you this Christmas box; here's the key to.
unlock it" The old folks come and they stared
first, then laughed and said: "Well, we'll bring ft'
into the room first not open it out in the porch."1
You may believe it war a lift for them all, to tbt;
hired men came to help carry mo and I am not,
pigmy in size.
"Myl what's in It Susy? let's see." She un-'
locked the: door, and Uieie I stood -laughing.
"Why John," said her father, "who'd thought of
seeing such dry goods as you boxed, up Christ inst ,
day." - . - 1 - -1
I told tht old folks Susy't promist tnd asked'.
them to give me tht title deeds to her band, for
my CbrWtmas gift They hated to part with ber, .
but at last said:' "Yes, John, if any body must,
have ber beside us it is you." And Susy and 1 will '
soon bt out. -' ' "...'., 1 ." .
V ... ,0UR NEW DOCTOR , ; ,
I don't think there ever wss another sncu it d'oc."
tor as our new one was. When he first came to'
liveamoogus, he-had fuck winning way witU.
him, "All things to all. men," one hue, and tone,
for good old fashioned farmers; and where it
pleased them to not have a fop nbont them seedy'
raiment, slip shod sho -aod stockings out at thot
heels. . But when ray lady wa ilk, behold live,
transformation I Blackest and glossiest broadcloth,,
spotiets (jnen, Immaculate wbitt waistcoat, and a
perfectly excruciating ' neck-tie." The ' kids laid'
aside with tbe bearer, how daintly he wonld feel 1
tht pulse, hot tenderly breath bit Inquiries into,
matters pertaining to health and such n bow,
when he left How nnremitiing in hi atttntion
till my lady was convalescent, and if single
daughter of a Wealthy father, two prancing steed '
btl'ort tbe lightest of ajl vehicles for tht. doctor to
take the pale interesting maiden out for a drive, ,
Was ever such self-sacrificing benevolence re
warded ? Could human skill suggest metre ap
propriate, remedy for . bvart diseases, than a summer-day
drive with one of Ksculap us moil bril
liant disciples? Echo answers no.
was ever community so nigtiiy Invorea do-'
fort ? ' Wbo would'nt havt a rough, or "a general '
debility," when such medical counsel was near T 1
To crown si I be was to ptout in Church, it was
really edifying to look at hiin. To use Goldsmitb't
words a little mourned,
An I still ht talked, and still tUo wonder grew '
That one small heud could carry all he Itntw ' -Old
ladies over their tea praised the Ulct yotng" ;
man, wuo aia sncu vonarrjm cure 1 ne young
ladies sighed slid almost envied sick people tht '
privilege of having such t ministering spirit tlioul
tbem. . 1 ue youiu gentlemen rnviou n is success. ,
and there never was such another paragon iu mas
culine, habiliments, save the minis !ef.
Why, says ont voluble daine. "there: never was '
apretiur little man lived, nben my daughter
w is sick, be would come In so prttty, and lake bold
of her hand to feel her pulse, and bed bold ber.
hand and talk sometimes an hour and a hair, to
iqjtly, and press her baud M gently ; well I never
see web a pretty young man V'
Whether th busb-ind would coincide in tut
mother's opinion, I cannot tay, but be still goes
about doiug wonders alt over town.
Bffi "I ty Tom, isn't It lucky that fellow's syet
are crooked I"
"Hecause If the wr a match, bis rtl oost
ould set tht m on fire." '
A-A clergyman, catechising the youth of bit .
church, put tfte hist question, from catechism to
"What Is your eon'Ointiin in 111s ana in oeaia r
The girl smiled lut did not an. wer. The clergy
"Well, th.n," said she, "lw I mast tell, It Is
B -sir. ink Wiikat. Ht'ilet art likt wheat In
ninny r--pcct. Firuly, neiiher art good tot miw.-U 1
till they arrive at mammy tw-ondiy, kr'd iu iba .
house, tnd alo tbt flntttr of tht fanviy ; thirdly, .
boib havt to l.t eradltd; tnd, fourthly, both art)
goen"" fi''i h'fure thy ftid.u with.