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Trinntarr ce-Hgnnle-tfo-s, oonUinrnt later crt-
All commuqj cations should 14drcMi(l to the
" Editors of the Union axd -Awaicax."
Proportionate ratej for shorter r?fioiJf,
V CK0toni mTatmblr. w a4vfwe.
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(Lato Br'naJe Surreon,-U. S. A.)
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OCUOST AX AURIST,
Office 33Cedsr trcet,betweeiiSurauier and Cberrr,
and Ear, operations for Squlntinj, Cataract, eet.
' BOX 7,
y. RE Afi ESTATE ARfW&l
Tfirm aTd"vfe of W. MATT BROWN Jfc Co.
! this day diwolrcd by mutnal consent. Sir.
Iirown retire from the business. Mr. Callendcr.
in connection "with Fhinras usrret. win eo
tiutie the Heal Et-t bu-iness at the old liana
W. Matt. Brown & Co. 41 1
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CALLENDER & GARRETT,
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WIM. Ttiiir'irtit attcnUofcto the sellln-f
and rentinc of every deacription of ileal hxtate.
dec4Mw: ' r' ' r'
N THURSDAY, JANUARY 18th. 18CC. WK
offer for alc. on the premises, at ll o ciock
XO .th hlsfhMt ibMdero canh. a Y Store
Xlousoua Front txeoK aar JSroad, iOtttVOvpU
rarniac back balf war W MarVet MreeK .
f' I1 .- uu-
Wcare offerinf Uie following" property at prj-
fire Ot.ln!"J, OB Brpad tlrect. in et Aaahrille.
Lot 100 feet front by 150 deep. Trice, only $5,500.
Sixty feet jrround on Broad ftrcct, upon which
theteiift'rtwe hDnjc, a4hopandaa.l;Hjn
A Terr-1'rirMe" Brick Dwollinir. on' CherrJ'
Ktrcct. South Nanhriile, which we will fell at
LOW DOWN fiiurc.
A-nunll Fraiae Houc. on Maple itrcct. near
Kiui. I'nnrr, with 'two Ttbmt aua a t
well rhailed. and 150 feet front, and
tn and a porch. Lot
Price, only $1,700. -
'A.',VrrT dcVlrahle'f elUenee. bn nCnow"les utrect
WcitNai-bvlIle;: PricellM.TOrt. ' 7
A maitficcnt lot, on thacorncrot' Church and
KnowlcAatreett. . , Tt uf.
A'vaintilot,Hn fre'ecrritor on Cedar trcet,
wet of the Capitol.
oRallroad Slon BuildinR, pn Collccvptrcet.
ilO ifrei of rru'mt. -on' Market trccL )ut' north
ofthe L. AN. R. It. Tract.
A f Mpb illYtlltac ttn
tho we?t fide of South
Front iitroet. free 1011. with fix rooms, besides
kitchen and other outhuci.
A Tacaut lot. on South Collcce ftrect, opposite
Wilson's Sprinir three or four rooms eaUi.
For particulars as to any ofthe above-mention-d
janU-lw 41 Cherry Street.
" j. l. & nTvr: uroivn,
Eeal Estate Agents
VFFKR FOR ' BALK THK FOLLOWING
Most 3lrntrWe Kl Ksteri-'? J. 11
1C ThcItinTiEDnK 1'ROrEICTV.Ttn UoIIcffe
Hill. A r.'ur n f ttiio lipnutiful Iota are otTcred.
fronting in tho Lebanon l'ike. Market street and
UutlcdRc stieet, near Castlcmnn street. The ic
jiro is to sell to parties who will erect eood im
iiroremrntsjaBd tiMveby civbancp the ralue ofthe
remainin 16U.-3L i&L ..'i.fiJ-. Q
21. holt is ana J in nui)biu. AUUixiUK
"to Kdrcfield, each SO feet on Woodland street, only
fw hundred yards from tho SUSPENSION
BR 1 DO K.
3d. BRYAN'8 ADDITION to Edcefield.
A few desirable lota for sale in this beautiful
addition, on Foster street aud Trentlin Arcnue,
ncarthe White's Creek Pike.
iLEST H. D1LLIK.
W. SBTCX THOMPWOX
OILtIK & THOMPSON,
I'HI .) I II
KEAX. ESTATE AXD'
OROMISINQ FAITHFUL AND PROMPT
JL . attention to all business entrusted to our care,
we rospectfully tender our services to the Public,
as General AreaU.tIbr.ihe.lPureH and Sale oi
Real Estate; Renting and Leasing of City or
Country Property: Collection of Notes; Aeeounts
and Vouchers; Investigation of Titles, etc., etc.
DILLIN A" THOMPSON,
Office, over Second National Bank, College street.
SALE OF CITY PROPERTY
jui'f vaK -! '-j if-i -i; taU N
(EXEMPT FIJOM TAXATION',)
i utxk W ' k.fc -,iti .i.r i- 'Ri t-tt ateii i
T WILL SELL, AT AUCTION. THAT VATA
1 uahle Property tfonuerly oecuplwt by the
NaibTiUe. iniitturu, Co.),itualed oathe,.
Broad. Said property fronts one hundred and
liny-oue feet stx-tae-e on) Front afire, and runs
J-ck ne hundred and forty-one feet to the wharf.
The wharf the entire width oC the.prWtfy'1
belonging to It-runste lrfw-water mark.
This property b aduilrablrloted for msafc
turing. ahd Is by far the best sitelnUe city for
tbepropesed' ,nit ' ' vi
It'lSfeen dlvUe-J into lot--B ve of .hein
ei:ty-nve feet, and one twenty-fix feet sj in-
ChTKlfr-0"ne-fourth rash; balance in tlx,
f twelve and-eMWe-ti'montBa.wMoatinterrsu
Prties wishing any further infonnation in re
gard to said pr-pertrt will ideas call upon the
I "Rwawo'i roTn--G.M.FOGa. Fjq:. At-
torney-at-Law. . .
' K.m Hlddlvburfer win 'disbensa wrcafure
mrort.on theoccon. a McNAlRY,
At Commercial Insurance Office, llank of Union.
TOM CRUNK, A act looker." - " JawlMd
VALUABLE EARM F0R.SALE,
HMIK BEAUTIFUL FARM LYING ON THE
I Gallatin Pike. ilA mile from the city, con
taining C5 acres of superior land, elegant and
commodious dwelling, with all necessary out
buildings, household and kitchen furniture, stock
Plantation utenaHfi rtelvrWltng spring,
fine spring house, and orchard of carefully selected
treos. Ato J0HJfs0:f fiMtTrf
TOSATOR fc CO.,
Foreign & Domestic .liquors,
J kE4tlMCtl . 1 ' 1 i uu4 il
NO. M MARKET STREET,
GROCERS & -BANKERS.
J. n. KWI50,
EWING "& "W.
Corner, Biuldiup Market and Chnrch trcct,
. merly occupied by wlns, MtCrorjj A. p.
"A RE JtECEIYiNti oad.harbjnilore'fhc fol-
XJC'Iowinet , .
100 barrelsSrown-Spear. i .
: 60 do "A Coffee fcuRir. - "
25. do H -do lo. .. '.
25 do .0 io1 ido, i j ' ,
JO do Stuart's Crushed Sugax.aandard.
.. 25 do , ilS. A, 'do Cdo . do.' .
25 do Powdered do.,- J 4 ,..
25 do Syrup, -, '
Si do Molasses, i , ... .t. . !
Mkai Syrup, 5 and 10 Bats.,, .... . -CO
barrels Jiol?iBd.2 Mackerel.. .; .... i
Whfdo do do jU, . .
00irdo do. ' do.; , . ,, . . ,
200 kits do . Po .,.1 .
2.barrelsF:N.iCo'WJiftky.. i. ' I i .,r. H
25 do B.N.I'ike' dpi .t . : f
250 l)xesstarcandlcs ..mn.'! -.hi I l
50 dotcn brooms, -100
botes cheeses, ; wrUf
50 bo:tcs raisins, ittiv n-iui
KrtlJrH nails. IJIW '
100 reams paper, '
50 boltcs aMortcdaoap,
40 ketta fjncjr.
30 dotwn bnclrtt.
.'.i V t I
.t -t it
y M n
(15 it ' .1
JOsada Rio toffoe.
V1 mim funlinf. ' ' M
50 boxes starch,
50 do ,Tikklts, t St t
'JO, . d6 Madder
75 barrels apples,
50 boxes aosorted winc,
1003 barrels Eloar, alljirpdoJ.i H .'ft
,2a), do Potatoes.
lOtr bdxes Flro Cracken,
In addition tothebove.wohaye a eaeral a
sortinentQ(eroecncs aU r which were boueht
durlnc the present pressure tn the Eastern mar
ket. We expect to. sen w
and would 1
DUld Be pieasett 10 Iiave our -mn
SWING k CO.
A. G. Ewinit, of tho forme? firnluf Ewinx:, Me-
Crory Oo.. H foUud ?" Jh itte. boTl9 6r?
tho purpose of settline up their business, tec.l
Cot.rxn't-li.'TbWa. firmer) 4 Po&n,)! Co.,
1 1. F. GREEN, formerly Nichol, Green & Co.Nash-
1 Chib! M'. McdiiKK. Hvinc at KiMtfAiStiaA f
',TY tbeboTertanlit will be seen we hae es
X tabllshcd ourselves inNcwlor for the pur'
note iof doinjt a lesitmatp tovoailsiion. busiqosj
ilicit the Patronage of our southern friends ecn
erallyr WO arenmplrpreparedtrt wako cashnd-;
rances on eonsnrnmenu ; i iojmcarii:ur7 n
without charge ofJntcrest :.to pure haso and seU
cotl.Molcco.i8orhd port: il-oldi.tdcks,V
'bonds. nnd ovrninlentceuritieion(a margin ex-
lelusirelv on commlssiou. "
t Respectfully, . . .
i - " i POWIXT ORBEiX CO
J. H. W1BMR&C0,
i.l .-UI r.' .Tfi .'I
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1. ' ft
s.O. a ,TUBI,IC SCIUARE,
. . 'rtl. Lnijn-,y b; fin X
Will Freight Added.
The best Two and Four Horse
j 1 3 ! Lever Powers andlThrcshors :
The host One and Two horse Railway
1 VI VpoVefs and Th'reshW
The best Reaping and ,
teANb1 1111 "
ii iv.ut a ' -t r HT r.
lvri1r.rWR" 1 " ."- i-
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I'TRAW CUTTERS, etc.'
! Circulars mailed to any :
ly address, or to Ve had on
J, ir: warxxr co-
j . No. 3 Public 'Squre, Nashville, Tennessee
declO 3ra ''
Tlir.HECONB XATieXAl. HAXfl, .
or Nashville. ' '
Cellogc Slrcct, .Hear IJaieii,
Designated Depositary anl Financial Agent of the
Is prepared to trausact a regular Banktuic bus!-
not, and fctrmrli 'Exchange, on
NEW YORK, . ,
Governtneut Sccuritietflol diad filter. Jbourht
ud sold on commission. ,
I ' " Jhrnt Lcuauitit, Prealdcnt; ' S
i ViVJ.TKOirAs.Cash'r. '
'dc4-lm. - -
Wr W. Bint, i M. Bciwa.
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Diis't F. CTt oa
CA.tJ Dcvc. Ji
VK-si E. HautA-.
Thii RbV accaeies weiiaikSne foBnScT-'l
plei bV tie Planters' Bankcornerir4 fcniorfafidM
.College streets, and.U prepared tobuy and sell
dvld, and Silrtr, Vntfi. V. S. SwarttiVs, amf Slat,
parti fhr7Ucd9te t . 4
5-20 Beads aatt 7-3 Treasury Note. aK
wayi bn'iid, and for kale. ' 'Gold Coupons cashed
. and compound ktereat Note hoachtat the hifh
est rates;, . , EDGAR JONES. Cashier.
T. E. SlMrLC
J. X. C1BSXY.
XO. 7 BROAD STUEET,
RESPECTFULLY BE(f TO ANK0UNCE TO
it the Trade that they.kra.aow joCeivlnc and
will have in store onoof tho largest and most com
plete loU of Oroceries offered in this: market for
some years past, Thtf Goods were bought by one
of our firm in person In Baltimore and N ew 1 ork.
and were selected specially for this market.; The
following comprise a part of the stoccsj.
300 sack BaUimbre Bio Coffee;
"''-iO, hoCTteads irpvrn Sogar;
' " TOO bar fels A Ciffte Sugar,
' 1 '50' barrels B Coffee Sugar;
50 LarrcVC Coffee Sngarw.
-i"1'.' 50 bantels Crushed Sugar;
50 Grannlated Stigar; '
2000 barrels Salt;
20 barrels Molasses;. .
25 barrelr. Bobertson Coi"nysky;
25 barrels BourlM Whisky;
lOOj barrels, anS half barrels Mackerel; .
100,Mack -J ! t huntti
. 100 boxes Chiescr -, . .
50'b6xfai; i and boxes Kaisms;
15 bamirAlmbnds; two ii W
50 cases assorted Pickles, quart and pint;
lOOicaseAOyuters; - , r " T ,T
-a25 cases-Sardines, v- l -200
boxes, and t boxes Candles;
'100 bxs various brandsSoap, plain andfancv;
50 boxes assorted Candles "-':'
10 boxes. Oirandy Cherries;
'200 koto JjT ails; assorted; ;''
1 ' ' '50 dozen Painted Buckets;
20 dozen Tubs invests,"
'15 casks Soils; ,' '
100 boxes Chewing Tobacco, all grade .
20 cases Smoking Tobacco; .,,;,
,50 .dozen Brooms;
25 dozen Washboards;
500,000, G. D.(Caps,;
100 bags Shot;, , . ' -Si
30 kegs.l'owdcr; .,,.! . "
25 bags Pepper; . , ,i
25 bags Spice;,. , u
75 boxes, Indigo; ; H. i
11 casks Jladder;
100 boxes jiutitaVd, I If
25 boxes Starch; , ,
V4JS l.iS-.- : i I i. I i' I'l
This stock is offered to tho Trnda qnlr, at small
profit. Woared'etcrminedtosedl as;cheap.ajthe
;same articles can be had for in Louisville or Cin
cinnati, foi; , , - M .,..-. vv.'
HSvTrig 'ample vloragoVOdBi.'wolhvitbcVnsign
nents of Cotton hdMJl kiwbuof. Produce. Wo
-will take in exchange afM.C
I)KIi:i AI'PIEH AND" PEACHES, K' "
A V 5GIKESrf'Ain.WbOt,
And will allow the highest market prices. , . , ,
SAM. YANLEER, & CO.,
NO. 41 COLLEGE STREET.
3TOir OF THE
a large 'and complcte'ttock -of English, Ocr
and American HARDWARE.
Whici wo areselling atrcCoialle price3
8tock.coista InTartfof- 1 1 VJ J H
FINE IXL POCKET CUTLERY,
200 GR0S TABLE (CUTLERYxj
200 DOZ. KtfOB LOCKS, assorted.
10 do HAND ANti ,RIPPIN9AwWS.
SOOde ASSORTED AUGERS.
do FOOT ADZE,
2060 lbs. HOOKS AND HINGES, assorted; .13 to-
1000 lbs. II DOIL CHAlK . . ' ( .
1000 " IJLACKSMITU''HAMMERS, all kinds!
I 2 WRIGHT'S ANVILS. . .' , ., f "
. 100 CROSS-CUT SAWS, iM to TJ feet. .
' 60 MILL SAWS, G$ to 8 feet.
AXES. . ,;! i
CHISELSj . ' ...
FILES. " '
CHAINS, k.ji I '
-LOO KINO GLASSES"
CANDLESTICKS of all kinds
RAZORS. - i - : '
I SHEARS.. '. ' i
TIN'CUPS and PLATES
J .jbi TEA and-TABLE SPOONS.
coffee mills ' ''' 1
shoe nails. "
. 1 1 ! .1 ll
A.vejy.large stock cfiPLANES of every, Yariety
Also, ' . ! I
PREMIUM .STEEL PLOWS.
Those wishing' to purchase In our line will do
Well tojdvc us a call before buying,
G.W. FALL 4& CO.,
i jr p o tn. ib1' 3D i s.
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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
w. ' ''
1IARIMVARE AK1 UTIiER'Y
NO. SI 'PUBLIC SQUARE! ; ' i
'(Klrkman -rUlu'-old ltand.) ' ( j J (
W6"would respectfully invite the'- attentiOBl'
SIORTSMEN to oaratockof
; l. . 'i i t '-
Whiohcaruiei be oqttalled here. It comprises all
grades, from the "! "
FIJLIX . .OWliLE BARREIi
. if. .J'
,!.-. . t .: -a. iw
albo A raw
Brcncli I4lHK orXIftrlrldgc
t I 1
D. H. Bit LEY.
a V. OBDVAY.
. . DRUGS r&r MEDIGINfiS,- t
. a s-u.x'AiND ; "W '
HKiii int . f (', ! H'i ; V'.-i "I '
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fiiili' Uit" i h'W
I . t, . Successors
TXESPEOTFULLY TNF02M THti'OLD PAT
JL rons of Dr. WELLS and the public generally.
That bis successors will do alt in their power, by
dilngent attentions bSMpess. toTacnt a continu
ance of the Doctor's former large and extensive
EatronagiJi.,ii'i 1 . (ua ' ,
' 'They will "kecp'cbrfstaatly on hand '
PURE DKCtlSy ANB CHEJUCVU9
t -r.-r , ifWENTJAL- ILS,-
Powers and Wels'hlmajiV.Celehrafed Chemicals.
Bine Mass, Sulphate Quinine, Sulphate Morphis,
, Iodine. Jodido Fotash, Chlorido of Gold, Ether,
-'.1S.HI -'3 8
Tinctures, Extracts Syrups: Corat. Ointments,
yur i-uarmoccuiai prcparaiioira iiru suca as
riasters, etc.. are mado in atn
strict accordance with
tue revised fharmacopia,
i ;.f ti1S
Family Medicines ,t
Such as Pills. Ointments, Diarrhoea Cordials,
Ague Tonics, Alteratives,.' In vigorating Cordials.
Cough Medicines, atid in tfact all thu 1S1
Of the day. Finest articles' of Perfumery, Fancy
and Toilet article ofevcry description; fancy
perfumed -Soapsi Hair"Oils,- HairIlcstoratives,
ToqtU Washes. Tooth Bnuhesf., and alL articles in
thuijino pertaining to tho Toilet i I
' i '
.Bbtnitfc at Hclccdc HctHciitcsi
I Such as Fresh Hoots and Herbs, of all kinds:
iiiaen ranaii.neitu:sAiKaioidanaite3noia, nna
their concentrated Extracts: --
' ' ' ; " i
Trusses! Trusses!! 'Trusses! !X,
ForTuTolSiTliGB, of OTc'rT 5lT?andnety?i
Beiitkl ASurgi ttl ins tr umcutsf
Accurately filled, at all hours ofthe day and night.
Spices, Dye SIuIIm, Pninls,
i "V er f
Allspice. Pepper, Cinnamon, Cloves, Nutmegs,
Mace, Mustard.rArOmatia Seedw Madder.;Span
ish Indigo, Logwood, CoppcraKBIue Stone, Mu
riate of Tin, Cudbear, etc Window Glass. 8x10
to 40xGO superior quality.,, White-Lead, Mixed
Paints, ready for"usef Titmced'OIl, Turpentine,
Coal Oil Lamps of everj- variety, and large sup
ply, at low rales.
7 ryyt ' r
Landretli's, Garden. Seed.,,
iJust received, a very large supply. Ateo, a largo
ROBERT V- JENHINri, Prcicnptionlst and
and Pharmccist, at the Old Stand oHl. S. Thatch
er, now of tho firm of R. P. J. fc Co., would in
form the Physicians of Nashville, and surround-,
ing .coutiiry, that it Is our, aim to supply erery
want ofthe Practitioner,' in the line of his pro
fession, and will sparo no pains to accomplish that
end satisfactorily., Hewillbemuchplcasedtoseo
any 6f the Faculty who'will honor our'establish
ment with a visit.
lie hopes by constant attention to business to
merit a share of patronage, assuring them that
their favors will be prepared ,with fidelity, of the
purest materials, and by himjelf personally, or an
Our Stock, embrace the greatest variety, and
every(hin2 comingwithin thc.Drus: 'Business.
G(vc ui a call and we will gucrantco satisfac
tion. All Orders entrusted to our care filled with
promptness and accuracy.
R. P. JEXKIXS, it CO.,
- 32 JJarkctsL, opposite, Union, .
jrfcr'oF THE MAN AXp "kORTAR.
MUSIC, PIANOS So.
' 33 TJNION'STREET. ''1' '
THIS OLD ESTABLISHMENT DEALS IN
Pianos or Stein way and Sons, J. B. Dunham,
Robb'Nunn's, A, II. tialo & Co., and. other tint
plass instruments. Carhairt, Nccdham A: Co' an-'
CIHJRCn AND PARLOR ORGANS.
Also, SHEET MUSIC, and , '
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE GENERALLY.
Give it a call beforo.you purchase.
P, S.. Have just added to the .above list if
OAIXENREKC fc VAEPEL. .
Call and examine. ' dec23-Im
PIANOS ! .PIANOS
MUM .1tV 1 i
MBSt'l . .i f: t :
MASON & .HAMLIN'S
h'Hia I 'ill t.
-TOXS WILL FIND"THEBEST ASSORT
JL ment in the city at Lusk's New Mtuio Store
OimositdSlCIid Hotetf A
Musical Instruments of all kinds.
JJ9 s a re to call
neiore purobacuig usewncru; -.t
Piano toned by-Mr. Jackson,
Luek's Building. Church Slrtet, opposite St.
Cloud Hotel, HiJnionxStreetTM'r
v 2 w..
rrilE OFFICE OF THE .SEWANEE )AL
X Agtncrif now removed to No. . CbireB.
street, a few doors below thei'osiOfiM. ,i
Orders for Coal will be promptly felled ,at.4
eenU per bwheLT L. STONES, AtenU,
Jas3-3t for F. Howard k Co.
tlkd IV- V. . ,u . i -
.-.d .' ' For Safe hy " "7', "
.3 m . McliACaHLIN', BIITLEli4 CO
' ' ' ' t00!f TO BK ESTABLISHED,,1, . ,
..!. f::iFIiAna TVEEKIaY,
WILL- XETi'TIIE'' WAXTS 'oir A't'k
VLASSSS REARERS. " r'-
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Ij' A'T- B- &';T N5 TZ. W S
'" 'T. ;MAH AN!) TELEGRAPH, .
Fita'kll parts ofthe country, embracing
POEITICAL,- ' "...
. FINANCIAL. .
SHii.;.. i' " JAGKICtTTjTlfKAL,
ANO. A. GENERAL MJSCIILLAXV.
Ofiuformalion. relating to the Religious, 'Domes'
i, , tieand Social. condition, ff the people '
r,tr-.l .. - " . ft ? '
TheTRt'-WliKSLy.'whfch.wiil )) rbgularly issued
so soon ni the necessary arrangements c.n bo perJ
feeted, will contain aU (he Wont.iujpprtftnt matters
treated in the DfLT, nnd ,a large advertising list
showing'the' general' business' of 'this- and other
cities,. 1 i t i -
iThe WgiELTtiwh.ich .wiIJ be enlarged as cirenra.
stances shall require, will contain selections from,
the other edj(ions;'Or "matter that wll servo to In'
terest and impnivs the old and tho youngIt wiff
coniaiti,ia audi Uoavto-itageneral rejidwg.effi bra;
cine aUsuhjets of current thonght jindfinterof
aTveckly Review ofthe markets ef this and other
cities, with which oar .people do business, and a
carefully prepared price-current of the Nashville
markets, including all articles bonrht and sold in
i the city;' yh'hr of,domejtiorroductionr)tim
; ported from abroad. We also intend to make the
" weekly u.vios asd amssican," in all respects, a
Witt W id Wd instructive triatter for the' advan
tage of the rising generation, and, for ihp.cntcr
tainment and"eomfort of those more advanced in
life. -Tho, proprietors of the " Uxinx and Vmibw
CAS" haVo lived and been engaged' in the
newspaper business loneenough to obtain aknonl
edgo of the trno wants oCa" gret, honest adil-Vir
tuous pcoplc.who, though unfortunate, are striving
to transmit to their descendants, in culture and
nurture, the hixh'jst and most noble qualities,
industry, self-reliance, and, tUgntty 'of character.
Fatly appreciating the power and bencficencoot
woman, they will endeavor to make this Hapcr.'aii
acceptaolo.eompanion to the mothers- and daugh
ters ofthe country, wherefrom ther .may derive
both profit and pleasure.
To persons desirous of making known to the
public their business, we may say that our circula
tion by mail, reaching every Post Office which has
been re-opened in the State, besides an extensive
circulation in adjoining States, gives our. advertis
ing columns superior advantage?, ft f i f
The advance in the price A every article which
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Specci, , of ,3Ir.. Yoorbees, Copperhead,, ia Sappqrtt of
the. President. i
n. Interesting Discussion and;
"Mired' Views of his Polioy.
A Warm and Exciting Debate.
Tlie. KcpiibUcnus-VnTVilllnjc to Express
coiiiuieacc .iuumi iTesiuciii,
From the Report of House Proceedings, Jan. 9.
THE mESIDKNTS MESSAGE AND ItECOK-
jfe YoorKeederh) of( IridcalledJup
Jlrmhed, That the Message of the President of
the United States, delivered ai me opening oi me
present Congress, is regarded by this body as an
able, hifiletnns find nntriotio State nancr.
That tho nrtnninle tliprptn ailvoCA-
ted fprtbe restoration of the JJnlon are.tho yafesij
our disordered domestic .affairs!, v ). it.j
Jtttohed: Thatr no State' or oumbeVof States
confederated together can, in any manner, sun-
given bis expression to tnqscmimenis oiau mose
wbo'deny the right- or power of n'Stateto seocde.
Jletolcrd. That tho President is entitled to the
thanks if Coiifresi nnd tho country for the faith'
ful, wise and successful efforts to rcstore civil gov
ernment, law nnd order to the Stales whoso citi
zens were Intelv in insurrection asrainst the Fed
ora! . authority; and wo hereby pledge ourselves.
to aid, assist and'Upbom bim in tbeiolicy wmca
lie una nuujueu 10 invo iinrmuny, jivauu mm iuiiuu
to tho eonntrv.
Mr. Vooriiecs said that in introducing
these resolutions he did not intend to step in
between the, majority and tlie flesh pots; he
had no eye'to the publiCorib onTvhiclt they
had fed and fattened so long, nor upon
'unfathomable contracts, or anything that
was theirs. Ther of thc-minority had lived
without fmch assistance to their, patriotism'
and would not bend the knee that thrift
might follow fawning. For his. own.partin.
the course he thonght wa-f right, irrespective
of rewards or perils. What were the issues
declared by the President ? "Were they new,
Jstrange and sinister, that they should bo
viewed with jnuignation and. alarm t hey
had 'been assailed by the vetenfrt of theKe
publican party (Mr. Stevens.) as if every
-word Avera filled! witli1 .'cbntastiorf "and'death.
That gcntlcmenhad deliberately declared that
the Southern States were 'destroyed by the re
bellion, nnd remain, destroyedito.thc present
day, and now the House was asked to ravcl5
to pieces all the President hail done and
.begin it anew. He himself should stand
by the.PresidentVposjtion as p- ?uro pgainst
the'blirid Empiricism whicli first' prdnounccs
the patient dead and then gives the medicine,
lie was in n sense the President's partisan.
lie did not support him for election. He
dreaded the issue whichtwpuld ,be made ifhe,
Voorhees) never maintained that the South
ern States had a right to secede. Many of
the men of that ftcction, while maintaining
Hie same view, held that they possessed the
right of revolution, lo say that the bouth
em btatea arc dead is to assert that the war
to restore the Union is an titter ftilBre'idr
evcrvfcsi)cct3waa!theiriebrv oLthe (tnaiAritv-
fraught'-with?de3th-!ind disgrace to ihe Goi
emment. ith this lie contrasted the course
of the President, who when the Temple of
Janus was closed, extended the hand of
friendskin to the people of the Southern
S&113 meet tlie deatan'tk of the'pcopieAHcj-
did not, as others, view the conduct of the
President as an usurption of power. He
found the Southern States without law, and
in the performance of his duty he used the
best means to restore, thesa to power.. He
hailed the appointment! of SliarfcevLpcrry.
Johnson and Parsons ialProvisIonal Govern
ors, as bright promise" of a good adminis
tration and as harbingers of peace to the
Southern people, and of prosperity to the
whole country. Such men as Butler had
been disappointed of their Sat, juicy pickings
anu tueiiungrysnarns tn tncaontiiern waters
had been deprived of their prey. Combating
the doctrine that the Southern States are
out of.theiyruefi,yqor feaip,
moreihan a hundred instances, in letters, in
proclamations and speeches, the late Execu
tive always recognized. as de-?Vcithe South-
c..i T'.T?i.'"tnr .t
ciii ouuiv ii mcsv oiuiuij men, arc in me
Union, what power can close the doors
againaUhcrol. JIow .could, this, Jlouse.re-.
ana suumisiion to uie law are tne onir cuar-
an tecs that can be demanded of a conquered
, people. Tlie courses pursued by'the South
:ern States in adopting the constitutional
amendment abolishing slavery was wise and
in farthwaBce of thq'tiqestioH of eiaraptees,
arhfe'fefuMl-fto n$it Hhh Sosilrefri repr?
,'scntativcs arose from a sense of power, and
hot of right or justice, Jlad aot Congress
Eiade & record it 'could riot'ignore? Had it
not officially assumed a position it could not
the bath of officelie beKeMln him the ma4
istratc, not tne iinrate citiicn. n.6 tjiir.
men who now keep them out SVm Tesnes-
destroyed! r,vIer;Bame wa ealled Baore
tkaa- ialf the period: ofr tie Tvar,. and repre-.
FefltetiVes' answered ' froif both' ewfcr of tlie
Caj5ifdl. Could' itJ;.Uieti, .1 Aweried .tkal
Tpinpssee was ,pQrtion of a foreign jgorrn
mpntrajltl,tlie PreSenl", himielfl' sturalr
ize4joretgnera' raljn' e&cat'W.
Jtl vantedfto ruimmv tmverament T nrrmltl
ntat'c J ygr j'pilic phflpsopngr! for, lilps- 1
lMr,'pptnIngi asketl tiie;gentJeBian.wlietliT
er ie)tigught. .the right ,of .represjntatipn
must joouimroee at Antielam or GcUyplu.
,;MrYoprhee3 said h"6 would answ.er "h jj re
peating a sentence .he iad, already uttered,
namely : That peace and, .obedience are the.
only guarantee for the uture, whjclii;arij
Govcrnmant can reguin anjl when peacp
reigns, lje held,-the people cannct, begpv
enjedTithout, Representation,. The, present
19 niprq peacefuT(.t Uaa.Uic.pad: and. yejlSConj
.gressjgnores 113,001. o'fjthe lasi four'yearf
aa.if.lt were. Idottedoat. Besides .whaKhe
had mentioned, hg sai ,tlie principle tliat
the Union, was unbroken was dcclared,.in aU
the party platforms.
Tq time to whicJi "Mr.Toorhees.was. re
stricted by Hie rules liavfng expired,, J.
Onj motion of Mr. Smjtli, the Hgusci,
unanimously granted an, extension. j
3Ir., Yoorhees, . In jcontinua'ton qf tis
sjeech, endorsed, the yws.of the president
on the tariff question., (Taxes mtis,bejiin
posed; eually "All usforyjhowa Uiatasa
JegWation ,ha.s estred thejaubiic' liberty.
ThePrjUeni.Juvlng.sprungni the loins
ofjtVQ.people,., Jheyrwill , Jhajl Jiim. asthclg
fnehd for h'as iioyjuis Jotc not caret
for the' dignity; of, laoo.n , Op tho Jeadin
rneasurea of restoration ait; interesting chap-'
ter Jias been written. H6 submitteu it. tot
another test on which if ,had been, assaijed
by thpse who profess to be tho only friends'
of , Uie Administratipn. f Th'ey rj;re engaged
in making it appear Uiat.tho. President him
done nothing.. TJie, ge'ntl.cman from jPnn
sylvapia iMr." SteVehsT pronounced, it fm-.
prscticable arid .inlcnaDlc wljile an arro
gant ' Bcnato'r1 TSumncr' pronounced the
yhole thing a fraud. 'Members, itooj liadu
crowded intothe presence' of the . President,
saving his' plan dtJes not promise to' give
success, and tlj erefoV'e pins.t' lie recognized as,
a failurej, Tleri ihe majority ask hm, to set
iijne side,;aiid,riot opcii Ins lip while itticy
smasli.to pieces i his .plan and .Jcnocjc, jo, tliej
earth Tii araojt completed structure." IL is,
tHeir "mission tQ destroy, not, fo, buiTd
up; toT strew tne .broken Tragroenta-i
Under Ujq ' ' peaceful, policy of tlie
President weJsuaxelebraie-dctQries not less
renpwned than war. State after State is con
sfantly'ssisted by the President to return1 to
takd thew'placea.and'theyare'wclcbmed by)
the.Prcs.ident ,11 .CongVess imilate.his.ps-;
8,16 and inaugurate the new year ns a
season of' universal joy. May Uie twtfsec-tiOhsTneet-afi
friends, -an'd'tKe 'futnrebf W
American- Uni6n will be hailed witH'the'
love .and praiso.of all its, citizens., The above;
weresQine of-the points which wereielabr
u V i. i.iAv.ii j ir ' ...i.
after taking his seal, was warmly3 tongratu--lated
by his friends.- '. .
Mr. Bingham, (rep) 'ofi Ohio, expressed
his surprise at the;speeclr of the gentleruanj
frpm Jndiana. When the rebellion, was- rife
tlie' President' had no ' support ' ' from
the gehtleman "arid lii3 . friends. 'He
had jio'tu forgotten' .that.- the geiilleriian
was accustomed T in : his; place tq Jftiilj
ip.thc'cry pYou cannot sustain-the foyern-
ment bylirmS!" Wien the wr' w'a!' rockiqc
both, hfcinispherea, and heir " tne land'
was filled "with lamentatiotuiiand v deatlv,
tlie conspirators at Chicago, whq inconvenUon,
declared; tost" the war 'forMlil tjhitJn'Svas a"
failure. He would 'ha rcinaneel ,silent
but, for tlje iact that the. gepileman wouIbV
indoctrinate .the House and the country with'
the same Tell spirit which- inaugurated, the
rebellion. The gentleman's argument could
not be mistaken ;k It ya.tstrefully prepared
and considered., . The:, gcntlenum's position,
was the same as. .assumed first and last by!
ever fean -whO-entered into the, conspiracy,
and if maintained must lead to the destruc
tion of the Constitution. It was simply,
"Once a State, always a State," witlt-all the
riglits of in- States wiih full land equal repre
seuuuiuu auiv f"?11 leguiauun. merei
thanks to the gentleman or his party, but
thanks only to God and the grand heroic
armies of the Union, who stood as a wall of
fire in defence Jof the Jconntry;. 1 Disguise as
he may, it was the position assumed here,
and at the other end of the Capitol by the
conspirators who struck at our flag ana lib
erties. The position was that the people of
the United States under the Constitution
Iliad not the lawful right to coerqe seceding
States. iThis'embraced aU'tio' gentlemaii's
argument. You. could coerce neither by
arms nor bv law ; that they might make
war On the Union, seize the forU and custom
houses and arms and 'munitions and hunt to
death true Union men. That was the posi
tion then as now. He asserted to-day, and
.challenged contradiction, :that jvhen they
became a Matiorialjty ibyJUiel taord Merfew
union wmciisprungoiu 01 uie auopiiouoiiue
Constitution, theydeclared themselves armed
with all the .power,, necessary-to .maintain
their nationality and tlie supremacy of the
law against all clamorx whether from seced
ing States or the conspirators and their "allies
.beyond the waters for Great Britain and
France were parlieeps criminu. He support
ed the rig'h't' by Virtue ofih'trC6)tsttthtion to
exercise all power to suppress internal in
surrection and. foreign invasion. 1
Mr. Voorhees (Mr. Bingham yicldinff tn
floor) said Jie.expectcdioboscoldecL'fOr what
lie had declared. The American Union be?
ing one ouStatca. once formedr .he -did not
know of anv nower in the State or Federal
Government to 4081107 -the. .SJates, . If1 Uiat
ignincd' once rotate always a btate, the
gentleman was right. If hard epithets aj
plicd to him they also applied to the Presi
dent, for the President declared that the true
.theory was that all the pretended acts of se
cession were from the beginning, null, and
rvoidf tliat the Stales' atfemting io secede
Jtad their -vitality impaired, but no extin
truished. and theirJiinCtions.wcrc Suspended.
not destroyed. But' gentlemen said-- all the
States which liad passed ordinances" of se
cession were dead, who killctl.those.States?
"Who dealt the blow? Did' Jefierson' Davis
kill them, or the eleven confederated States?
lin .1 .1 t 11 tt. l.i.i'
it licit; m 111c ucvtuvii'i uiicii aa iiciu
that there was no clement of destruction in
them. As in the beginning Fo now; they
are living States in the American. Union.
He repeated he' had aseertcd the position of
the fresident, and every assault upon him
wa-t an assauirupon the fresident
Mr. Bineham resumad andi said-the cren
tlcman from Indiana had iibtified thdllouse
and the country that the 'President held th
principle "once a State, always a State." But
the President had asserted no such things nor
did, ithe President assanie that tho rebel
State, having wirrendered to th'e Victorious
ir j r-.i. rrf .:i.i 1-
ICJglUlia V$ iUU UlllUll, B1U UlililCU V 1CJJIC-
pen lit ion' without let or hindrance. "Would
the Rentleraan nndert'tke to say br the
merest platilndc that if five thousand men
in South Carolina chance io be represented
ina convention for the purpose of coming
back into the Union, the residue of the un
repenting rebels have a right to be represent-
edasa 7 1 A If A I
Mr. VDeiceBeplicd5yic fesiart and most
absurd argument was to suppose an absurd
thing. - fjeneral Grant did, not .find, such a
stafe of afiairs, and he was willing to take
his word. "When five 'thousand '.ro'eft;. Were
lounu rcprcsenieo-in cquycniion.ii. oui dc
time 10 cuusiuur uiukvaauuu.'
Mr. Umzham, MHllag, said Uie gentle
man fro IndiiBa tood behind Uie shadow
of a mighty name. ' Hew as not certain that
Gen. Grant touclied the bordeni of South
Carolina. The gcqUeman said he was sat
ficd with Uie testimony of Gen. Grant, but
he could not be Uius satisfied, because Gen.
Grantw jot jri citesthjJlHi!t
was not willing to concede that thoe who
cave aid to Uie rebellion -aheaJd be entrostt-f
Iwith. Uie great interact ia.the keeping oi
ill., ' r. ' fPI I A 1- .1. 1T'
IDC repuuilC Aiie uuiv naiiiy iu uu untuii
in in the hands of its fricmK The Purpose
is simply to tak security for ihe'fHtnre, but
not ask indemnity lor the pat. Ihe gen
tleman himself voted for what be wanted
security for the futurc-b casting hi fote l
jn tavor ei tne coauiuuonai amenoraeni
'prohibiting the asmwptiea of tlie rebel
debt. If tbey could -demand that one secu
Tiad abundant evidence," too, that those-,w ho
claimed , la jiftrtprowntatives frota Virgjnja :
Were aBmitfeT dnrinii' tli wsr. hut vcprp nr.i '.
. . O ' 1 ' - " '
rity for the future, could they not take in
more for Uie benefit of all scctioaa? It did
not 1 appear td' the 'tlesieBwliea lie' read
C .t - OH'.trMMjHI tf l.AU
ike PfefiidcBtiKrcidaeedjrfrosi U)wUwf
of 4hc. DeclarjtioR of Aaiericaa J-dcucn-
jdence, the, truth Uiat ihe true" intent F
goveraraeht is ""bqroil' -and-eJact"' ja.
Uce' iih all "Ba'en'.t' ' Tflk' conBHites- the
watchwoai cf ,the Pnwidaat'diMcsge. ,,t
.afjhiaitbe gentleman wm pUIiyioua. whB,he
made his. speech In the first Congresw .of
th6 Confederation k motion' was "made 16
limit citizenship to whito frecmCBi Four
fiftlwof all the people were there represent
ed, and in 1778 the. Deputies rejected it with
scorn, and excluded it from' the fundamen
tal lawand therefore it never found a place
in the .Constitution and lawa of tho United
States. Having one-measure of '.security wc
mayrcqiHTC another, and the purposof the
Constitution is equal and exact Justice. He
-thanked' th .President for littering' 'this
watchword of tils' purer anil better days, of
the. republic .Jt. appjiea ;ually to the
white atd blaclc- matu Tlie, time was when
il-was unsafe for a citizen of Massachusetts
or other Northern SUte to- hi. femd in .the
-BtrceUj of. .Charleston'OT ,Kich mqn, lecaHsc,
in desmt'e and ;n violatipji of the Constitu
tion ofthc1Tmted States, 'all guarantees'1 6f
that instrument were disregarded." "It was
time we'teke security for. the fiture,- S9 Hint
no morc.attem)Umay;bemade to, diHiien;
ber iho republic lie repelled, in scorn the
assertidr'that he'chf-bperatSd with any party
which 'imposed unequal or unjust' Bnri
dtw ori smyj State! ef the repuUic. -He
antertogk o . say Uiat tnc w?n?
would co-operate" in introducing into
tlie Constitution that which will perfect H
so that we may reap the great end for whicli
Uie Constitution was ordained, and to make
i.,HonJ perfect Union; poiiote"thi public
tranquility and establish justlee'as now "writ
ten in the front of the Constitution. "Well
might the President say equal and exact jus
tice to all men. He. repelled every 'intiiaa.
tion that the representatives here have mani
fested the slightest disposition to Interfere
with the just 'prerogatives of tlfe' President,
or to makeup -a conSic.with him. ' If1 'the
day everCpaes.rtheiiJie, wiI find. ncU;FJip
portcrs, except .among .those who in 134
were buried so decji Uiat the Hand of rcsiir?
rection can nfever'tind them,' thdri Goll Help'
tho-President, asd ravb him from his friciid J
Applause! , y r ,n -
The Speaker promptly intcrpcuto clicck
Uie disorder and' remfnd,ed'tliO!e'who pro
dnced it that neither' such' fipprObalion "ndr
disapproval would ;be perm ittcd. 1
Mr.-Binhani, rejumiiig, examined a little
more closely the- President's .position, Jle.
hadund.erst6t)d'all his life that diflefendein
wordj' 'was nothing if- they- agreed' ir! 'sib
stanee; . The. express pdiition of (the Eresil
dent was in exact accprdwith., ho, posidpn.
ot'hUi House,. tliat the functions ipf .the in
surrdctiqiiary' Slaves were suspended by their
own acU: The'carinot-isscrt'llieir rights'or
tlairtt.Tcpresefitation on thist floor mitlL tiio
representatives of all the States are satiofjed
that they have placed themselves in their
proper positions. The President saya the
continuance of thei S.tatwi nssumcd for
federal purposes. Qncc .a 'Stato always a
State for lederal. purposes till-, (lie sad day
when treason shall triumph 'over the re
public. South Carolina .by hcrb'rdinancc of
secession could not ikout the, State lines
so far as established for federal purposes.
The judicial district' remain Respite her
treason. The rnoroentwe captured Hilton
Head W authority. pf the people of the
United Stites she cenicd to .fee a State for
municipal purposes. Yet tho American
people might" open courts of Justice there,
and proceed to execute judgment accord
ing to law against .every offender. The
whole State w&tthen for federal,1 not formuni
ci pal purpose?, and: never canibe fee muni
cipal purposes until the States are organized
for municipal purposes to the satisfaction of
the pcople-of the United States. The'Sfcite
i; of South Carolina co-operatinev when, .the
national sovereignty conies to bo restored in
South Carolina, Virginia and other Southern
u States, the judiciary will be extended. Take
care and discriminate between those- who
j were driven into rebellion by bayonets' ind
those who" plotted- and. organized treason.
There -wa4 al'liflereflcclKittfeen Jeff Da vis ami
I tlinai stirvinfr nnrl miisprlntwl min tvlinTii.-
lenii me nriiiv, uepeijuinj 011 lt lor I'te
' daily bread. In "concIUsioli. tii oflereil the
I following a3Si tnibstituta for thts' resolutions'-
;ot Jliq gentleman; from iudianati' . -
fiue'n'co'in the President; that in the future, as in
thoyius.'hewill cn-opcrnte with Concres in-'re-stonnir.
the cuual nosition nnd j-iziits with the,
, other Stnte? in 'thd'Unloa&ir the States'' lately ir?
' insurrection.; .. ,
Mr, Steveis, (rep.), qf Pa, asked. Uiat tc.
resoiuiion oc rcierrcu 10 me vommiiiee on
Reconstruction. ' ''' ! ' 'r
Mr. Bingham assented to' lhis.i 1 "(
Mrj yoorfiecs I should ilikt. to..ce thcj
Mr.' Bingham I .deuiimJ ITiq
,ll'i., . XI
r nn.cl iti ' I'
Mr. Voorlices-"llilit'ilying in the tace
of. the enemy. Jf the tpjestion.phould.be.der!
cided in the affirmative would it, carry , jnyt
The Speakcr rcplicd thal'it would:
;TJie demand for the prbvion qnestibn Wa.s
seconded,; and Tinder its, opent,ioi. the .reso
lution wa.4 referred to tho Committee on Re-
, coii.str'iiction. 'Yeas 107, nays' 3-, . '"
j , Iosl3iBinoiii'Cnlaiaiij-.
'rronitheMobila'Advlrthcrhndllciistiivl " '
1 Among, the. .most ipre&alent Of popular cr
,rpra is the delusion that-"Truth 'almighty,
and will 'prevail ;" that there is a vitality
.in mire troth whicn Ih.'iures iU trili'rn'ph ;
I that 'falsehood,- ''yanquiished, writhes1 in pain
,anddie;;' &c,&cj . , T . -1
"Wo are disposed to think, ver contra.- that
jtftcreis a sort of sataulc vitality, in falsehood,
which tends to Fccnre'itir perpetuation. ;Ks-r
.pecially is-this the case with 'falsehood af
fecting the- reputation ,otiiiuiitnous menr
living or dead, at w bai cnougli in the case
.of the living,1jut wjlli regard to the dead it
is atrocious. "
Tkese refleciioha'are' siicsted by the're
'publication, in a Detroit paper,.of.aBpuriot
letter attributedjo the.late Xieutenantjpcn
(cral Polk. Tliia document was. published
imore-tlian bned during the'war. The forgtiry
was fopalpable'thatiat-firsi itr &aa scarcely
noticed by the friends fii Qctieral Polk. . it
was not considered worthy iof notice,, except
(as eltimsy hoax. Qn its jepeatcd Reap
pearance; however, it was irjdigha'ntly'ide-'
Inouucedas a miserable foreeiV.- - tu'ufL
' Yet, in proof of oar .position 'as W the vi
tality of calumny, this effusion ia aeain sent
to a Detroit paper .by "a correspotidcrif, who
a the effrontery to state that "the1 copy iri
Siccurate. even :trr. the. orthomriiphy :'l and 1
!wq regret, to ee- copied,, withoQt ComHI
1 . !.';. C...l I
lnriarf t-n I-ti mil
UTlijj malignant ingenuity of the dcyice
nsisteddn expresnihg'just such yentimcnts
'as.Geaeral Polk; imisslit. have been kup posed
'ta.enrtaio, but exjircssing theiuiu a style
land language that would be discreditable to-
a Christian minister s he. was,
1 ,To those who J;new General Polk who
knew the dignity of liis clianictet and tfie
eyquisire'goou-oreeaing 01 ins ocponmcni '
to say nothing of the stainless purity' and
trentlcness of his Christicn bearish it .is
huitc needles to say that ha eotiW, no have
been the at'thOr'pf such e.xpr'es.Mons.as llioac-
Biiriouieu io iiini :. ,.
'"'IVTi'it.prsisc and jeneotni tua,yoa Tbsvo fiir all
Uam.jate and aeccpibntyweriKii thrice ilnmneii
eaviilers.'- ICavillewri , '
"Atiiwcr mp UiU, you nuferablftjioncr Itfore
"Hn: willlharo ba. snditHtii Ttwelvo tn!lltrthi.rof
! nnimu.MosfJCHB no will be Main, tahjeufi if
weBt.ueiler-oflerwartl, Truth Oititfie Jod
versed their cimr. .go lie will again. The
iwi.Htuv.iti.u ... , -..... ...v wv.u, v. 1
the nciar to truths- to order, to 6btliese. aAJ
therefore the eaemf. to frt JaU wl: qui-tUe
joTcmracui. .iddo fu unmi no wdo win noi
tee. inkslyTlin!MWw;Wnite (Uverr
v Dothias : all tink. in vicw,o the trne catue f.
Wieprcect-war: 1Tiecae is stftwMdv-eanrord
Meintiae. kelc to rour IIbUmL B(1m Oivr-
oientl 'When the the South If rjfctr anchored.
m n.anb aarbop ana a ettntb pfnv witer
are vonj yoa miertile f inner Aelore Uoul Jta-y
UhI nave sicrcr on yotrr iobi. Amrn.
t .r m 1 1 . l'4s
We would once have tbomht it waste-
01 warns 10 denounce sbch a aocsmen as
raLcerable forcoryi-bat the experfeitce Of Ike
,i;- t..,-.A. t .r .,'. . ' .;
laAtfeflrjyeer h.s4twn Uiat' bo -ekrae4er.,
11 so fair. no. Jue so mimetem. no detk so
noble, ato be beyond the reach of the most
jofamouy fletractioiC " ' 1 '
1 a -,u,n . 1 ir , 1 I
A Ksocx Pow-s AngC3ifT-A- -tea-!
'Whe Ue world had became" rV Wrrwri
that the Jxml c&ald do Hothuur witU If in
was obliged to give is,,
'YesA replied an old tope-r. ','but itkilled
jrance Iercr..dccaBUn' ontU? csscnijal
and purifying effects 6T cold watetrremark'ed
asi knock dow& rrrniietit?1 '
merce'in refcitieii to1 the! st4fe of Kiltafion
eame tM'iBit&e-He-M os..4hBtKliiiregk
Mr. Wilsonj,ClirU3 Jadieaay Cojb
mittee, who said:. 4
I aM instructed by the "Co'aiKiftee on the
J adick'ry 'to' 'report bsck a1 meaori-l 6T the
Chamber ef Cnwiere &f the dtv: C JTew
rk, afld toasfc,t,W Uie, eefniitti, bc'dfe
charged- from its .further, corvtderatjou. I
desire (o: state Ihertasoris for the action oT
the committee.' It is a Memorial ''asking
that tie stetnto of. Mwi-tetionibe Amended
as to suspend action during theiinie of the
di8t witTan the Tehellio6s staiv Ditrinrt
Ui9 i,nirty-t3ghtu J.orgrc8.- I reparteit a bill
frontfiecqmmStteeon the Judiqiary, ,wiicji
passeit xtr Houses and is hoW thel.w, and
whrclr1 re.-d.4 Jis-fbllows: "That wheiibvcr
during the exlftence of.tk5:prcRcnt rebellion
ap.vj ?0on, cirjl or pryuiaJ,.fh.'l, apcruq
against any pereon who, by nzpix . of.,rtr.
sislancc to ,the execution of tliclaws of-(Tie
UriifeU S-rfes;6r-tHe inttFrilritioh'bPtno or?
diairyt course, ,6 pejudica3l.procecdiBgs,
can.iot,bft .Pcr.wiUj- prftcjps &x tj.cow
menceraeat of .suchr actjon-.on. the arres of
such .jierson or wlfeneyer after fucjt acfiouj
civil of britical, shall' nave Accrued; sncli
persbncannotiby reason Of such nLirance.6f
tjw kws,.oPtsjjclvip;crption. of jndieil pro
ceeding be arretcil orrvoil with "proce?
for the coiViencemenfpf th$ action the
Ume during'wKieh sudh 'petwin sltal!'sc?M
beyoBd the reach eifftlel rprOMs. shH ltt
ba deemed pctokeaiaaar' parked the titaq
SSti1' ASWt Ifij
In thd enihmnofulw ( Wm.siUTO orflhe
Judiciary this, act &mV th9,g-ptuid1,u-!
braced in .this meinonal.ff Uie Chnmber,e
Commerce, so far as CbngreSa 1as tlie xi wee
to respond to the !jprayer1)P the menl6rial
ista. . ' a "
r.pjuklingrT-Iasfc th.e .Chairajan toftho.
Conimijtccon the Judiciary , to statotoUie
House" what, in liis btiiriiSlK is the effect of
thifstatnte which he haa'Tetd in slaying '6?
Bvviiingaiiitiwiiam ra - llW.OUltVOIlTVj
of tjie rebellious State jn caes.betwec-citl-
zens of tWStafc pf Kew York, for example,
and citizens residing In those States. I have
myown views'bout ifj ufatP F Uonbf not he
liahis. t si-.i' , : - --
ilr. JVjliojj, ot Okiq The;QpmraitteoJt
ofopmn that tjie lattpr.pa.rt of thUstautc
is as broad a congrysIbhareiactments cdufd
provide1.- - ." ' "l"-'
Mr1. G6nklbfr-rEew broad fit ,11?" Whs
uft.eeiS?of?va en,,,. . . - u
Mr, V Uwn.of Iowa:. The Jarwuas;eof the
Ptath'terivcs'lt tytfc? tlinth anyfconstractfpn
I can give. : Thb'timdilldring-i whicTi sublf
pcrsdri shatta se-S.be' beveml-thd reach
pf .legal prqeesa atHln'not hi ikend
or taken , as any part , of .tjie .time
limlttd" by" lar for 'the' commencement,
off sucfef -action.-' 'Tlie-1 point'' 1" hfr
licve to which thegaitrem3neck td direct
my attention, is, this : "WhcUicr . t his statute
wiirprevehtthe oierallbh of Ihe, statutes of
liraitatioh bf tlitf State iKfclatfonlo actions
aWnienced,i6iUiertat4 courts, I am not
prepared to say will go. that far,-nor wwt
the committeo-prepared to say that wo, could,
prirvide'by law thafffie Btatuto ornhillation
in,h State" could bd ustendeit iri its opera
tion, upon .actions brought in. U10 State1
cour,U byjCongressiqBaliactioB:. Tito-rerge-dv
whi'en seemed to be sought jiy tho memoj,
nal&ts'flas this', that tltizens nirdintr. fir
insiancedn l6eStae?df; New York having1
claims agairvitpersonAreMdinainSouth Car-
olina, might have their remedy in tho court
.1 TT:-.l CTi-. ..l...-.! , ,
vi iiiu uimra oiaies wiiuofli DCing UarTCU
by the! statute 0f limitatiorts in- force during
the. cxistenceof the-iebellioB;i.. IaibUior
words, they want Uie 1statu1te,of. limmtiopii;
suspended during the period of the rebel
lion. "We think' tli& raw n6W 'does this. AVe
did not ispecially consider the question-as to
tho power, of -Congress, to; suspend the state
utc ot limitation, of tho particular-(states
anu prevent their operation upon actions
Brought in the Stale courts, as distinguished
from, the courts of the. United States held
jrithinthosa States- I diink, however, and
111 Urn the. committee concur, that where !ie
action Was brought iri a'United Statcrf court,
this statute is broad enough to save the rem
edy,, and rcachc as for as wfcmay saficly go.
I have merely called, tlip, attention of tho
Hotisc to this act, for (hcptirppsc of calling
the attention bf the coniiuj to tlt.6 cxis'fctjcc
of tho statute! whicli I have read, arid which
seems not, to have been very" generally no-
ticod, I Jwve nothing-furtlierito adJ.
j how. move tliat flie.ajmmittcc bo dis
cliargcd'frOnf thei fttffiidr consideration of
theincinoriah nntl thaf'it belaid Upon tho
Theweddiflj- ioutfit of tlie Prihccra Alex
andriiiQiof tPnusia -t I wllb Aval rteentl v jnar-
ried 1 to tjie Duke lvredcric AVilUam Nicholas
01 .liieiiiiiiDnrg-ocjiwerny was arranKcu. lor
irwpectibh in sonic Of' tho'apartmcnU at the
Royal Palace aU Berlin, which lirtd licen
decorated for the occca.'don by thei court uri
holstcrer. In, the,ffKt apartnicnt' vcrejthe.
iravcinng irunKi'ana ooxes:, the .second
chdrfibcr' contirncd the princess's sliij'ters,
shocsi aniLbobts, in all ciilors: and''also'ft
great . nurabcr.iof colored, silfc andu.whlte;
stockings Onione particular tablcin. front)
of the viulbwl, were the writinjj materials
and' thd'tisniil t3nct",rcqiiisIte5,1Kccnt'-bolft&,'
bruslies. cUv Iir tho hall' df rriirro'rs; adi'
jojningi the.lineiij.was- arranged in three di
vfsjons.. On UjeigJit was JierJIoa.1 Highi
11U3.1B ir.iveiiuiK ueu, irimiucii, wuii wane
and 'blue 1 silk hangings infcrnitx'ed, and a
blu silk coverliU. s All the linen appertain'
ing to iL WMcf. Inl.fiHCirt qualify, -with tho
richest trimmings. Jn- another part.of Uk
room were ine snccis, iouruozcn mnumoer),
the towels and napkins, (twenty-four dozen
of each) nicely aranged, with toilet covers
and sq .fourth, all, numbered and-bearing her
Royal Highncfi's initials workwl in silk ;
and- next was -n table with fHelufcorVe
and- criiioIinc,9rfsMoothin'- lron' "'a-nd1
boards. The nuddlc-, table was covered
ftwentv'-four dozen.! trimmed with nutlv'
niiii iiiu IUM1V4 -uircu, mv ' CilCulli4CS
'lace and ehibroidcry; Ufd titli "dressing
jacKcw- .fianr uozen,; and lour notm
car, wjth white embroidered under
iclothcs, and so forth. , Elsewhere wejp tho
'fin'e'llricn, 'negliges,' drcising .jacket, worn
while'thehair is'b'cing dressed, and pocttft-'
Ihandkcrcliiefs The principal portion bfilfe
(outfit was. displayed ia Uie &djeiHiir didmz-
jroom. Here , was. her Royal Ilighijc
,1t-Uibinrr.jMi.i tilt ifin Kflinm nf ,t.f,.(. V
klressinc-cnsc all the fittinn .of wliici
1"' . - J .av.x vj itv.w till. t f
;in all colors. rcar at hand waftn "tablecor
jcrcd with her Royal Highncs-
ut these mast tie mcntionca the
;of iho King aHLimcwKjfccklacc-Offire
tof. tho first watery nineteen'' rtor! w on 'each
jtidc, wiUi an exejedipgly laiga;pii in. the;
SleJl au.fery ,bcautittn et-IaJso,Tsajla-
jugtmeaa iho rnseessrcnaries; a gift front,
llie Pxinccsfmothert'Ciiuiiislcil. jf & aeekn
Jaco oCSJbenan amethysts,, set jn brilliapta,
nnd a diadem of emeralds as large as, nuts..
Jwith brilliants; The' Dowager Qneert bf
Prussia's gift.conKiited of it tialn. and bth
fcrjornamenU.cousistinz.of larsre turadoiscn
nnd"fin9 brilliants. ipQsitcUei; were the
prwHhjtlfe' train omamifnted with gold" and
unuai aim bulg roue. 01 nmnii ipnfrtn nnti
e tram. oi -the .UtiUM
.wcre-of Uie hcavi-
one beautiiiillr p.m.
broidcred with silfen Above- tlie robeaa
Uie wwat wreath. '1 he court train1 beneath
tras-ofj blue vcIyet.and-wbrdideeeiLsii i&
ter with lilies apd jasmines.- A Uiinl robe
was of pdrple velvet, ornamented with cold
HMtroidery'of an arabesftwj nh'tteni. Near'
Ihe bridal robe was a"hicercliicf of cVtlV
V. ...I . I.M .1. - . 1 -. . 1 . r . 17 ,
e court robe was a dress : of tulle, cmbroid-
qry witli satin and silver underlaid and
Mralsfcett verv taitpfnllr with' lilrut vi.lvr.r-
ear jit haad were a treat namWof ball
sid (wcdding drcics, asd censpkutis hmonr
these, wasa black; vclyet, jacket tnaime4 with
A. pLSLisy. CiB it Ceca-r -at. V.v mini. i.
ihshht r.- ueuincu. oi rirnnnon. , ,141 H ri.nn
mt wwtetl to 'ttt HJ 4f Hi wile. o l hlretla frU
Jwtomake iamltljir. Brnnoitioui to. bcr. She
reseated tha liMn It.' (1 thre-tesed t kill hFtn if
ht FcDeated the Mtfon&w, .whereases H haj.
Bersrrest4on cnarce.9ftferefttaiaxnilirc, sail
of iwu cr hmb-M rMt to frre bfml, and
hewM placntin Jil aw, wm. aottOB HM It
itMHH9 Attoropyjtrttriicrhearra hiu t,ecn ruin-
JKesesXeKa took, Ker cri fj- hcr iM
asd'Khatr. and hrit feer. If hnihaml n..
Mc Kee jracs CHwlrk fcr her bwtfM tuttt funent
. fit .
vaimi-iil vi uiu reuciiion, in gnier U
citizen, of tue Ipyal Stites niay not hp
Of thcirTiirht of aeltbtfasaiitsl tliWhi
ueraoi large, ieer-suatiei pearls, witn, dew
Irbps in'bnlliatiU, preient&l' ify7 Iter it'byM
robe, and Uierob itself
est wmie moire anu
The tJaRsws a imHtnltnii ;
FroptKkluw.lTlesJt aaf-str IT
r. Vec have always regarded the jallr-ra as
a byott jattsitBtiiiv th.Tli.f which
uasjMYex been, properly appreciated in Am
erican communities. Jjcciuedly tHebest use
to whrcrai-lntJ'Teniin can be
nut is to ham? him. Fines and imprison-
jitehf do not refbrirf an 'ofleneii rioroo 'tliey
mniisii a very sin King example wr me Dcr
efit of eyil-docrs. Jlut when a felon i-rAanc-id,
his rcfonnrtiort Is complete, and t&c ex
ample 'presented is very 8trikwf Iasemu
of tho States of Uih Union capitll pnnisji
nteiit was at one timO abolished, but it waj
found Uwt Hiciety could not get along; with
out it; so this mcful invention has, wc "6c-licvA-
been, restoni to favorf it all of -thee
State whii.-li.wcre. once guilty ofsuch unwir-o
humanity a$ todlspense. with its services
Tho Sict is, thtfgallowrf is indispensable as .v
powerful arguineut in bchalf of virtue and
morality, slid, society is torn by violence
whenever thia useful, but not orhaawnial-
sJticture, ceases u rcccivdlhat pateonafo tci
wwcti i sLsantiuuitv ana pmippRt,. tfitvwUo
U the gaUowsgcis isTdue vand wJjfnW
it not, as Avell as Satm?) thirv will b? gwapr?
demand writ now than wenforUia.war.it
seems tofiw, has spared s$s tkeicpjst.men.
and turned tncni, loose apoH tie, cow!W4iityi
It will bo necessary; greaUy tor.tilafm the
empire of the callows, and briaar. mm Jar iitj
jurisdiction oUences not hereW&MSt &ogMx
bleby tliat tribunal; in other wwrAjiW.
number ofcrimes punishable wit. death will
hav"biricfcasear 7 '
Cnrr' tSrirnihal.cbdo' needs a, thorough, vi
sion, and thft sooner the LegLslatiire apprer
ciatcs" this fact. -nd act upon'it the. more?
apparent wdl bo iu isdOM and desire, io
correct abtufc. Tlie penal' sUfutei-'or tliis.
Cbmtn6nwcalth aiiswercd.' very, well" as ,ai
pfcace establishment, afidin Uie "piping timet
of peace-"' but we hate now to deal with
crime id its most frequent and agravatcd
forms, as a'Wnnencebf-'tn'war,' aftd it
will not do to 'deal gingerly 'with it.'?ociey
is batJly diseased. ands brcaft-bilb will not1
relieVe Its 'malidit-; .Nbtfiing-shortT oflKe'
strongest and'mo-it pAwerful inedidiier 'wHI'
avail to affect a cure. CaldmelT-Fsaid to be
tbe Saatsoa of tho drugstore ; &9 1 ffUlows is
the Swnson of justice IumI tbolftwsj ad As.
tbtmcciLs not more iraportaht Ul thoraiieyal
of bodily du-eascs, than Uie latter is' cor
rection, otjpocial and moral disorders. Con
finemeul iu the. State Psnitentiaryj jaurely
trcklca.andla.tnuscsr pcrhaiWj ,ea$crjf-3n
hoary .ofiqader; ang &taoc sck cxipmh
arson rape, burglary, pocket-picking and
Borsc-stcallng. atfd you scripusly impress
hjm';ahd,nl hU ,'rx0rtir his, line of W
ricss: ' . ' '
ImrfiediMclyafter all great w.a-s arid re
vohifioiH the free and 'extensi?3 Mnloyment
Of tM deathietlalt7,,t''ha.! al-yays beeir fonntf
necessary fo correct amrarrricnrae. It? Jut
wild'HBdlreadlong career. ' "VTc'tswnot witlt
-fctyrncRlct'the, tcaching-l of 'JiisWry'Rot
.1 . l ' . l . . . r . ., - hn , - - nl',. , , " J
tto- warning or experience. 'ijittfC'Win nave
teLbe'lngirigJ and an abnndfttke'or iti Tiei.
tore evil-doers In this and jotfiSf. communi
ties will be Erorignt tnelr7 scnslJi and gOod
beba-rior , Tbe CundWstcrf for! Hr gaUows
arc very numerous, and wo want to see Borne
of them elected. ShiuUlth(miltr9ted to ill
office dit, it will be consoling. for htrn. to x
Hevf that they died at Ihe post of duly end in,
flrriif-1--which is the hfglicst tribute tha
thit can bo paid to a public' seryiihf. Whctr
aBiaatU liangjdUe; greatest serrice which'
he. can pcrfornvibr the public hp rendfH in
dylrig upon the gallows. Such a man dies.
strictl-rpro Jmo'piofico, and Such a death I?
theBaostunMlfishr'of alt methods of departure
tW'does not diif sb eiclosiveVfor Eia conu-
try. ana people as the-man upon the gallows;
mo lurmcr isaiwoys parum io. mo cause,
for which he ficlita and falls, but tha latter
lias never been .known to bo partial to hemp
I W6 can rear no Monument fo justice which'
will t03C?3 more tremendous import' aid1
significance than, Uie galIowif....'iYo "would,
not have it used as the guillotine Tft-a used
iir Fraiice1, bnt wc wdttlir advbeato sai-Ii wise
and temperate etnnlovmetit of it as 'an-aWnt
jia.tliefsBppressioa.Of'crimo as. won Id insuro
a cessation of eiil deeds.
Nhaknpet4ii9 nnd Stcn.ni.
He- wasn't for an ace: but for all ti'md.
hVas ht for Railway tinio2. This must, be'
tho ntiestion asked by the flianagcmcnt.of
the .standard Theatre, which is now next
;dbbr to tlie City Exfension of Uio JTortli Lon-t
jilou Railway. All ndmireni of the Immortal
bard will be tlclightcd wilh tho performances -of
jrvfsrs. Creswick, liydcr, and 3lisu Sar)h
ffhornc, and will pnuse tho admirable en
hihal. and discretion given to every iino they
can Jiear.. ,Tak Act V Scene-1. This rc-
ftircseuts tho Kufg's camp near tilircwsbury
f K;ng jlcnry ("rKjlcninly;. How bloodily
the suns begins, to IrumUing'of opo train.
.Audience" look at one another. The rest of
the-ypcebh is lost to every oncTixcentPrlncc
Hcnryf who-js standing near tno King). ' '
Prince Henry, Thq Southerarwjnd: 1 ' '
j Doth play tlie (nimbling" of jro ttniaa :
pcecn couiinuca in aunio snowi.
r-Ti i ui- irorL-csier ana Dir JUCliant VCT
oii nrb Vaiting to. come on at' the side op
Qsitctbcr Prompter, ni-'- :
91 on .arc V
liehard Vernon (to AVorccstex). AVhat .
lid he say ? (Railway whistle and scream).
WOretirter (tikes-ofrhiff helmet ani imL
iis baud toi Lis tarj, doh't know? can't
hear the cue, ,
i ivmg iicnry vwno nas gtve- tho required,
cne four time alreitdy, bawls out between
LoU.ands, looking toward Worces4trt--"'
ibui.to Uioe who win 1 I 1 ' A
(Rumble, rumble rumble, rumblcj scrcamv
idBlirlcks Of steam, whistling')
Pinter Sir Richard Vernon, andAVo'rcea
r carrying has-helraut. 1 "
j ,KingHcniopn.s.hitunouUi like fish, a
brcathmgi antris, supjfoseVtto bc saynghl,.
iWbrccs4er (sectng tho King's, mouth peti
"or ajscond.) Hear me, my liege--- . i
Prince John (asidoto U'orccstcr.l . Ha" -
not iinlshid yet. (Railway whistle.", ,
x aisiaii-1 wno is sianamg- apart irora uio
est, tliinlu-liLt turn has' come'.) Rebel !&
ay n his wayijand Ikj foaadJtj (No. cneil
lears Jiim except the prompter wip iliakes
lis hcad'a't him furiously.)
brving-jienry tuunng a cairn, noarscij.)
f broached nilchief to 'the unborn- timed !"
I Worcester 4giittiig IL say at last.)
Hear mc, my liege ! iRaU-rrlilsUev.yio- '
jenny. Several trains rumbling." Store
Jltritkivfroni engines;) "f -wt
King Henry .(toPrihcfrllenrT'.)'' Hcar
hini. Impossible , tl ,
Pxihce Hnry (mutakingthis for his cue
itrtrts two pages' ahead.) In both otitanmes
iierBis. Hiany a fis stoptictt brKine jjatl
STp WallA- Ttlr-, 'l i ' '
orccstcr proteeds wUi his stcecb.TLCi-
fervals. Tlie audience
ijatM Ofi H0 side.
. s)!-Torc!tr (cutting it
iasi iwo lines.; 't
I And ylofatlon (taka Jbreathi fr,Uie .next.
siiouwoian laitn aai trottiitukes breath
and prepares fbr"5yleir to finiili"))"sworn to
iit-Mt our (with-full chest power; in oppVl
sitio;i to t,wo trains Icttittg. off steam) -VoHajW
t!r iterprie!!! (to-jcn Jiia. yoico for the, .
rert dfthf eycillilg.r ' .
Gallery (cheerirttr) Ifravrt !'
rciiuniiuigiy puimiUj uy mo wayj; 1
Enter King Henry, Prince Henry, prince
(John, Sir Walter UlUnt. and '.Sir John Tal-'
fcliiCTt trains arrivc?,dtp3rt?.(aadptmorte
notie-, apparcnUy cTery othdf mJnutft';
ScTefthtJ.J8hrleIw. belL. whiktW nf.Krt'.f5:
King Jlcnry- Thews thing Indeed' yon
lfave artiCTilateds. , uv'tmtt . ,
f AtlUlPllrtf.. wlin ll-lVf limnl fllldj'tv,, nnVL
'Iflaud'vih'eineritly. He continues his-jineeck.
wnwe rite iv:i:t is starting; aim the ZKMTis
attirfagJ ,ltek events celebrated ylfH-
... ' uwunH yu. im, PVitawfWJUJmf g.
Klnffllcriry fshoutiri'' tn aiAlr.,,, nr
liurly-bufiy Innovati6nl "
f leader Ot Ortbcatri ho-i I.TM ,T
1rqvei(UMiBitei., The words dlj not" get -fyoBl
t sec-ad , ,
w,HK.rlV 1-naKing a last effort while..
Uie'lO'&o M haitaU'ntr thunder. WOf iwll.
taK.11 (shouts louder) havoc (louder) and !
ictPjipXTHBGn.t.vc-p-A rihwlir. .1
incident lias tust occurred at Ilnvilan nu ilia,.
!ccatoH of tWc funeral of a student' naitied ,
AtUsf.) whd Ik-eH killed in ia duel: Th 1
coffin, bwl been let down into Uitf gnrte,
when a voice wa beanl. .annarmtlli. ,
thoihsidq of it, "exclaiming: "Xet mm; ort; T
1 atH'beW 8icated." The coffin
! HiedatciV bro-iit Hp nnd openoj, but tlK
' bodr. wfrwtd .M be qui to ihtvL TW-im- '2L
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