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t Voluntary iiiiMiJuitiM. annitojar interest
A WP MWl ROSA UH TmiOW WWnHf WJ
n At - Vj. aurMiM htL.ttaJi
t." SEYMOUR, -m. .rfHMliJJUiER'JsCO,
0ccfortreaetef fl J)ie4e of fcJ
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WE DESIRE TO CALL ATTENTION TO A
'few eliciMr 4 )leca ,ef Jleiil J&Ute,
ia ths'tite' tff-XwAvW, worlhr te inrettteti'
of those irfao w Ml clgant nsd eubstufttwl bec.
1. Six Urick DwelUse lloascj on North CJwrry
street, brtow the OW Theatre, new b4 if e4.
order. Three orthcra ere thrco rtoriw kisfli, mi
tlireo two etari.
2. An ehwHrt he J tAwncti4 jtire Howe, no
.4 tin VuiMtt hiiM Knrrti PM. Aiw torie bb.
in eeufMe order, m4 i tfee riowoxim of choke
ieftM ir Hm rnw ox m jer.
DweiK, on Spraee Mreet, between Chareh street
I. A iMHtt little BrieV Dwelllnff on lilh
5. A lug. eoveUBt.B.l wcllnmin
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mo, at if2.W or3,WWl(a than lis Tame.
F8K KCVT-Klore houM Xo. 93. Church sL.
(inlUl)Io for a meat or market store, with livin
roomii above. Mint be in the hnndi of a (Mm,
A Urce. rcntcel Pwcllins on .JSorth market
trect. a. , .
An eHrible and dwirille office, ruitable for a
profwlonal ecntlcmnn, on Church rtrcet, near
L Cloud Hotel. And an oCco on Rummer
atreet, between uedar ana union. ...
lrc21-lw General Aceuln.
n. 8. XEVftOV.
tr a vpttrsnv
111 1 A X lUs'tfU
AO. 40 WI'.ST NIi: P17BI.IV NtlUARF. -
Wo are the regular aulhoriiel Arc nW for the
followinr Soutlirrn pupens:
New Orleann True Ielta, New Orleanj, .
Yickihurg Herald. Vickiburir. iliw.,
liuntuville Advocate. HunlKvlllc, Ala.,
Maury County Herald, Colombia, TcnnM
Chattanooga (laaet-te, Cttooa.iTenn.,
ChTmicl and I'cat-i-nelrAuintin. UJ
l'rrrona winhlnn to tubwnhc for or to Adrcrtir
In the above pilpcw, wilt lie waited on with
idcsKuro at our ornce.
Real Estate . Agents
. i JOICVSOX,
'IT A VINO ASSOCIATED THEMSELVES IN
the abovo buiineaa, wpcctfully tender their
ae n-iec to their old friend and the public, jencr-
alliVln the rBrehacc.ihalo and ixchangq ol
Jleul Kitafr, Stoclis, Zortns Cotton
v ami ,Oil Imiiuh. (fa
OUR UNDIVIDED ATTENTION PLEDGED 11
yOftoalnyer yrXE.&my't Book Store, , Public
llllKIIIlOl) H. JOHNSON.
0. P. SMITH.
Real Eh(c and Claim Agent,
3J0. 3 CHURCH STREET.
0. Box '277,
.1 " " "
iriLL ATTEND PROMPTLY TO THE
V I'lir t.l.'lTllV nV (M.ATAIK mnlntt tlx.
1,1 C ...I hm... r. l!.Minh 1tfilr Par '
l'piuliim. Ae. Have aocclated hlmaclr with' an
nblo and influential firm in Vahiaston City,
lie offera rare inducemcnta to thoe who have
rlalmi of any dciwription aialnit the (lovernment
of the United State. Government voucher
Bought or Collected. , - ' , ,
Special attention cjvento nil burint pertaining
to a Real Kf tato and General Agency. f
janJ-tf. i '
r. n. FARRIK.
AERINGTON & FAEEAE,
XO.eS piIBI.IO SQUARE,
NKXTDOOIl NORTH OF CITY HOTEL,
XAMIVII.l.r, TKX.VKKSKn. .
LOT FOR SALE.
234 feet front on Spraee treet, extending
l'JO frt iirtween L'etlar and l.von atreci.
Alo. a lot. in Wert Nafhville, 60 feet front on
MeGavock atreet, extending back 120 feet to an
alley. For term, apply, to .
JOlIN CONNOR, Agent.
Janl4-v Knowlc atrect, Wcat Nashville.
VALUABLE FARM TOE SALE
rnllK BEAUTIFUL FARM LYING ON THE
1 Gallatin Pike, 3)4 mile from the city, con
taining to acres of aupcrior land, elegant and
MmmmllAita itwrttllnr. with alt neeiMrjiarv out
bnildinga, houachold Jind kitchen furniture, (lock
Plantation ulentilf. etc.! a nevcr-tatling rpnng.
tine tpring howc, aod orchard of carefully tclocted
ANDERSON, JOHNSON & SMITH.
JaJilt-lm. . .
NiirceMnrN to Vaul T. Tnvrl,
8 1 k B k M utifactHrers,
"TirOULD rwpcctfully anno mce to tho pablic.
V and eleclally to the otneers r Countiea,
Court. Railroads, Banks. Insurance Companies,
Ac, that thoy are prepared to make, on short no-
uce, ana oi uie oesi Biaiviiais, an n
) SI.A.15rE: BOOKS!
r Mil IIFW 1 f""vt " . . I
We kn (w4aMir n haul a lMasorttnent pf
BLANK PAPKR. orthe bwt maKe, ana arc uaiiy
increasing our facilities for doing work.
Having a long experience in making Sooks for' I
dlSerent Coin in the Slate, we have, patterns for
naar of t-Dockcti-alKt other Woo us generally i
11 We are alo prepared to Bind all Vlnds of
In the best styles, ad on short notice,,
(Union & Aiacncan Block,)
'Cfcerr Street, Up Stairs,
PERSONS wbhl, Building I.tms
JL their orders 611c4 by leavhMtthein.wlth
Eii Tii 4 W7ITTv i W - t i . . isf? t T ft 5Txim? r&S 'a-.i'm .. -X nv. . , , , .. . z 2i . . . . ?- , t -r.- .
yv I I - : "
SO. 3 PUBIIC SQUARE
. With Frcigkt Added.
The hert Two hmk Few He
' ierer Pawn aad THrcheri
-li hor lUUar
i rim L4't.'jta - '
iS mWMO CuLTTVATOK;
SATTLT OAN0TL0WS: ;
STRAW CUTTERS, etc.
(I.,.. II t-.l
application. ,1 1
K T?Vff 5PutljJ; Ram. Nuhills. TcnnaMeer.
.ILA B DWA R-E
SAM. YANLEis & CO.,
NO. 4i COLLEGE "STREET.
SIGN OF TltE BIO PADLOCK
TTAVE ON HAND AND ARE
I I a larrc anil oomnlete stoak'ol
larse and ooraplete stoak 'of Enslish,' Oor-
man, and American .HARDWARE.
Whlfh we are el line at reasonable oricea. The
ttock conUi in part of
FINE IXL SOCKET CUTLERY,
200 GROSS TABLE CUTLERY,,
200 DOZ. KNOB LOCKS, asortcd.
SO do HAND AND RIPPINQSAWP,
300 d ASSORTED AUGERS,
25 do FOOT ADZE.
2090 lb. HOOKS LAND :HIN(ES, afwrteil. 12 to
1090 11. X D0IL CHAIN,
1000 " BLACKSMITH'S HAMMERS, all kindi
25 WRIGHTS ANVILS.
100 CROSS-CUT SAWS, VA to7Hft.
00 MILL SAWi. GX to 8 feet i
FILES, '' ' '
. . CHAINS.. V ,
. lU J.00K1NG GLASSES,
' CANDLESTICKS of all kinda
TIN CUPS' and .PLATES.
aV tt t I J-VmSlTEA'and-TABLE SPOONS,
Those-wiihinc to purchaso ic our line will do
well to give ns a call before buyinpv :
HAM. VANI.EER, CO.
THE KKCOXD XATIOVAL B.VXK,
Cellejcc Street, near Union,
Designated Depositary and Financial Agent of th
I prepared to tranjacl a regular Banking bnrl-.
nrsj, ana iurni. n Axcnange on -
. NEW YORK. ,
Gnverrimenl Seeurilic. Gold and Silver, bought
and fold on eommiion.
.inns J.rMROEX, lwidcnt.
W. "J. Thoiias. Cash'r.
dect-lm. . H
THIRD NATIONAL BANK,
W. W. IlKRttT, M. BCRSS.
Jon KtBKJrAif, Jus. W. Allkx,
D. WsAvtR. Edoah Jones.
Dan'l F. Cartkb. A. J. Dcscas.
Alexander Falu Umas. K Him.uix, N
Tlii Bank occupies tho building formerly occuy
pitd by the Planter Dank, corner of Union and
College r trect, and 1 prepared to buy and fell.
Gold, nail &7rr, Dnxflt, V. & Srturttit; nmi Stale
Somh, Oottrrt Jfotn, Drufli, (hupon. tte In all
part of the United States.
8M BenM ami 7-39 Treasury Notes al-.
ways on hand, and for sale. Gold Coupons euhed
and compound interest Notes bought at tbe.hitli
estjatcs. EDGAR JONIS Cashier..
W. W. BERRY, President.
dec 6m ,
fti T 1TrTTrTTJ-S2
WINES, LIQUORS, &c.
NO. 71 PUBLIC SQUARE, EAST SIDE,
dec2l-3m NASHVILLE. TENN.
-trK HAVE ON HAND A GOOD ASSORT-
ill Alvorr.larao utock f,rLANES ;fievery
tr KKMIITM f.RTEEL'l'IiftH
Which we will dispose of at private sale for, fair
hea.vy ,Uats, which we wish to close eat at one
-' 1-if'nrHgrT .
, MR. WK.-?MCHAXR l0Bg ad fsvoraWf
known to MkheoasBMwlty has UkeH Qrteri whh
K, WwsH be pi saw J te see bi tfJ kiwi ad
ewtajMfj. WDSMALL & WLLAND, I -
WtW .. . -
GROCERIES, LIQUORS, &c
T. B. SAMrl.Bj f 5 1
U M. CAR3iT.
m, eiDWR t co.,
romnwiies AXB foxwakbixg
I'jwM jffiisalfanio'J '
f V iaanthesMivev,)
are now receiving and
thelaraMtand most com-
BleAeletsof Ureeedei offered in this market for
sa y sar paA-, Jbe Goodf were bought hr one
.f iiir cT-in u saa In KAUlnore aed New xork.
,aad were selected specially for this market. The
IMIowlBg comprise a pan oi me hock ;
300 seeks Baltimore Bio Oaiec;
40 hogsheadaTJrown Sgar;
100 barrels A CoSee Sar, ,
w. barrels U uonee.isiigar;
" ,50 barrels .Crushed jSiigar;
00 barrels i'owtiereu fsugar;
'50, Granulated Sugar;
500 "barrels Flour, of all grades;
lOOO'BRcks Bran; ,
2000 Trrels Salt:
10 barrels "Vinegar;
25 barrels, Robertson .Couritjr "V hisky; .
25 barrels Bourbon" VhIsky; ,
5 barrels Holland Gin;
-4' casks of'Braudy;
Iftrt "liai-relii ariiTi.lialf barrels Mackerel:
lOe-kitsMaekerel; fl l
''50 boxes, i and J- boxes Haisms;
. : 15 .barrels Almonds;
15 barrels Filberts;
250 "drums Figs; . s
50 s cases .awsorted Pickles, quart and pint;
10p, cases Oysters;
V "25 cases Sardines; .
. - 200 boxes, J and boxes Candles;
100 bxs various brands Soap, plain andfancvj
50 boxes assorted Uandles;
10 boxes Brandy Cherries;
200 kegs Nails, assorted;
n iu uozeiVAainieuuuuvvui:
A Jt lian'l..".: m.l..: Wl,.
W if St ZC.HAXi
100 boxes Chewing Tobacco, all grades;
20 cas bracking iouacco;
..C0id6an'JBroom.; r - '
,2Tt 'dozen"' Wasliboards;
100 bags Shot;- ( -
1 30 kegs l'owder;, , (,
1 25 bags'Pe'pper;
25 bags Spice:
75 boxes Indigo;
11 casks Madder;
100 Iwxes Mustard,
4 JieSlStarcli;,, n f f ;
KAOGIXG, XOFE AXI) TWIXE.3
This stock is offered to the Trade only, at smail
nrofits. Wo are dctcrmmedto sell as. cheap as tho
same articles can bo hnd for In 'Louisville or Cin
Having ample storage room, we invite consign-!
mcnis oi uoiion iuiu an niuua vi a ruuucc. ii
will take in exchange
, p ty n 1 ,, .f n.l.. ll'
DRIED AI'PEKH AND I'EACJIEH,
1'EATIIEPS, BEESWAX, .
OIXHEXG AND WOOI,
And will allow the highest market pricos.
DRUGS & MEDICINES -
iOI.I) F,ST AKI.ISIIED tDItl Cl
0A1 W)kW? aft .
FORBES & STEPHENS,
WHOLESALE AND R" VIIJ.
i ill '!-',:' ; f
Corner College and Union Sin.,.
. NASHVILLE, TENN.
si . J'
)iTWnri mum ;
We liave jnst received t- from ISew lork'
markets verylarge additions ,to our former
assortment, and would call tht. attention of
ljcublic tto the largest and most complete
stock, of., a a a
mm nm urn-
P.UHE AXIFRESII' IRUGS
Ever brought to this city. .
Dral' Plantation Bitters,
18 gross Hostctter's Bttersf
3 gross Roback's Bitters,
15 gross McLane's Vermifuge,
10 gross Fahnestock's Vermifuge,
O gross Jaynea' Expectorant, '
3 gross Aycr's Cherry Pectoral,
'O'barrcls Coal Oil,
r ta x.fZ T 1 .1 T!rJLp nil
' A large Stock of
Fine WIhos and
Si. - it
i. t I $ t , i" t Gr Feeds, growth ct
20,000 Papers assorted .Sec-da,
10 bbls Onion Sett
2 bbk Pntapkin Seed.
Public generally at the' very lowest price,
1 ? .
qm9Hm uUVtitm iy
wilt have !b atere'OJu) of
tt't ei r?H
AND t -,
A ei r ,,s t " ;
t f .-ii .
R. P.?. .JENKINS' 00.
- Ht'W Iff li'
i .- 4
rK. TOM WELLS,
S3 Market ft opposite Union.
T-ESPECTFULLY INFORM TnEOLD.PiVT-
JLV reas of Dr. WKLlSaM tie pkeic generally,
that hk atr do aH'lui tbeirrnwer. by
dtlligcnt attention to basinets, to merit a continu
ance ot tbe uoctor s tormer large ana extensive
They will keep Constantly on hand
PUKE DRUGS, AX1 CHEMICALS
' ESSEXTIAI.. OIIJS,
Powers and Weightman's Celebrated Chemicals.
Blno Mass, Sulphate Qaiainc, Sulphate Morphia,
Iodine, Iodide Potash, Chloride of Gold, Ether,
Our Fharmaecuial nrcDarations aro such
Tinctures,' Extracts, SympsiiCeratcsOintments,
Plisterj, .eteA are mado ia:triet accordance with
!tho reviecdiFharmacopia. ..'
Such as Pills, Ointments. Diarrhoea Cordials,
Ague Tonics. Alteratives, Invigorating Cordials,
UougU .ueuietncs, anu in lactall thb
Of the day. Finest articles of"Pcrfumcry, Fancy
and Toilet articles of every description, fancy
perfumed; So&ps. .Hair Oils, Hair Restoratives,
Aootu tvasues, lootn Jlrusnes, anu all articles
this lino pertaining to the Toilet.
Botanic & Eclectic 3Ietlieiiie(,'
...ii n.i x: 1 1 f 11 11 in. JIVIU3, II 1 11 1 1 IllUll.i,
Tilden'a and B. Keith's Alkaloid and Rcsnoid, and
C....V. T.1 1. 1).t. H..1,. f .11 l.t.l..
their concentrated Extracts. - '
JTrnsscH ! TriiHsesI! TrnsKcsI!!'
For the millioa, of every slzo and variety.
Vl- l ' ' ' '
;DchtnI t..Surgial IiiHtrnments,
f f , , r I i fi -ms
Accnrafcly611cd,at all hours of the day and mght.
Spices,r-yc Stufikf Paints,
Allspice, Pepper, Cinnamon, Cloves, Nutmeg?,
Aiacc, .uusiaru, (Aromatic becas, iuaauer, cpan
ish Indigo. Logwood. CoDDcras. Blue Stone. jIu-
riateof Tin, Cudbear, etc Window Glass. 8x10
to 40x60 superior nunlitr. AV'hiteLcad. Mixed
I'aialseady for ujojlanseedlOit, Turpentine,.
ioaiunri-ampsoi every variety, ana targe sup
ply, at low rates,
Landreth's Garden Seed,
Just received, ayery large supply. Also, a large '
.lot of Grass Seed.
HOIIERT P. JKXIUXH, Prcicrintioniit and
and Pharmccist, at the Old Stand of II. S,Thatch
er, now of the firm of It. P. J. & Co., would in
form the Phvsicians of Nashville, and surround
ing country, that it.ls our aim to supply, every,!
want 01 tne I'raciitioner, in uu une oi uu pro
fession, and will SDarcno pains to accomplish that
end satisfactorily. He will bojtiuoh pleased tosce
any 01 tne xacuiiy wno win nouor our esiauiiin
ment with a visit.
lie hones bv 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 himself personally, or an
Oar 8tockembraces the greatestvariety,
rrcrrthini? eominir wllhln.theDrnsrllusuicss.
tiivc us a call ana we win guaranieo sausiae-
tion, . .
All onltrs entrusted to our care tilled with
promptnessand accuracy. ?
It. P. JENKINS, & CO.,
, 32 Market st,- opposito Union, -
iNIUX OF THE3TAX AX MORTAB.
MUSIC, PIANOS &c.
33 UNION STREET. ,
rriUS OLD ESTABLISHMENT DEALS IN
X rianos ortjleinway ana tons, j. u. ijuniiam,
Robt. Nunn's. A. II. (Sale Co.. and other first
class instruments. Carhairt, Nccdham J: Co's un
CHURCH AND PARLOR ORGANS.
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE , GENERALLY.
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Give it a call btforo you purchase.
P. S. Have just added to the abovo list of
Call and examine. de23-lm
ttrOlnvILL FIND TIIK BEST ASSORT
1 mmt in hs rttv at Lnsk'ii New Mtuie Store
Opposite St Goad notel. Also Sheet Masie, and'
Musical Instruments of all kinds. Be sure to call
before purchasing elsewhere.
A'lano tuned by mt. jacicson.
Luck's 'BitMtuc. gbirca Street
Cloud Hotel, aad-44 Uaiea Street,
SEWAIVEE CO All.
THE OFFICE OF THE SEWANEE COAL
Agesr is now removed to No. 3 Chareh
ireet, a few doers below the Post Ofiee. .
' Orders for Coal will be rmrtlj ailed at 49
mnprrtmnin. U. Ci".1 1, ...him
jaaJ-Jt for . Howard Co,
(VT lbs. New JIaffls.
5,6 Mhu New, BeeB,
Tlereef Ser LnL
For Sale by-
. , OF, ME OOSnmox OF 1HB
! SMUae' O-f- thk CaXaaavl'U TIT
LHXS COXPANY: it kklu tli
.CAf XTsiiut i
- SecoB.- Tjie ameeai of Capital Steek m'M.SW.BO
uaaa on basd M Ban
Cash ia bafids of A'ts
M.O0q:ob . ' 31,9999
Amount loaned soa
rcnunci oevunM ., 1
.2p0.?0 . ,61,299.00
est on Laaai, if
Ot "81,-: 9MI.UUU
TT.Seven ThiHio nfU fW)
U.J..8eHi8ea4esiotI f s' i i
' Bonds 6 percent.. SQ0O
5 Wisconsin fitate
Bonda, 6 pwcent.rTr 5,089 (
Jionds G per cent.t 20,000
JuuwHssi per v .
R. JR., Bonds,
ner cent. ............
20 Chicago AVatcr
100 Shares, Ameri
,145 Shares Phoenir,
1400. , lLOfl.
100 Shares liar's
Ba'k Stock, New
'K6 5,000 I
100 Shares Nassau
lQO Shares' Fourth
Stock, New. York
Total Assets, $010,86954
FllTii.i. Liabilities? siy.iat
in Banks, broth- ,,,ff
ers.due or not due..........
Sixth. Losses ad- ' ' :
justed vnd due i..i........
Sevksih.. ' Losses')
eu or ,
eil nnd not dno.. i -..li: i-ftli5nnfl
NtXTit. Losses in " '
further nroof......-.. J. nnn
TKXtn. All other
k t hjs Cpmlany,
J S3 ."i -
.Eleventh. The 'greatest amount in-'
surcu in .any-one risk1 i3 510.009.
oxcept in special cascs................
J. G. BATTERSON, Preidet.
Hartford, Conn., Jan.,' 186G.,
STATE OF CONNECTICUT.!
COCSTY. OV II IRTFOKD. "
rTTlMl'riprhnnllw' ntinAnrrt .Tarn., fl ttn fl.Hnn
President, and Rodnei)cnnis, Secretary, and
severally made oath that the above Statement by
them subscribed, is true according to their best
knowledge and belief.
, UllACS. J. W1LSUN, Aotnrv IWlir.
3- 82.0000 in Tennessee State Bonds deposited
wjiii iuo (.omuirnner lor me t ceiiniy OI roucy
a Holders, in the State of .Tennessee.
WllEniAS. JoscdIi Nash and P. P. P,Wk. lh!
day applied tathe Clerk of tho County Court of
Davidson county, for a Liecnso to grant Policy of
Life Insurance as Agents for Travelers Insurance
Company of Hartford, in said county.
These, are; therefore, to License you, tho said
Aecnts. te exercise said nririlciro at nnv nnn nlnrn
in saiu county, lor me term ot one year, trom tho
1st day of January, I860.
l&igneuj . . r. luNiuitUU
uicrlc or the Davidson County Courts
Refernnir to the above, the subscriber her to
call the attention of- our citizens generally, as
wen as ei mo traveling puouc, to tne advantages
to bo derived from taklnroutan Aeeidenl Police
in the oldest and best Company of the kind in
America. JOSEPH NASH. Agent.
Office State Insurance Company, College st.
P. P. PECK, Aeent,
Office corner of Union and Collero streets.
jan24 d3ir - ' '
Inilemntty Anlnst I.om by Fire. River
and Knllronil in the
Ifeme Ihs. Co. "of TCI".
Arctic, Cash Assets
Hartford, Cash Assets
Losses adjusted nnd promptly' paid at this Office.
corner of Union nnd Cherry streets.
K. v. tAKixawyiiTii.
SNJF3,;. TOBACCO &c.
j; & L. WH0KLEY.
,.jr,:-.'- iV? : -x.-il i
' .' lifPORTfRSUlCP DCAT.KRS IS
i i cvi ri r f. .1
y.'lrx x er: w v
Removed toEear of Old Stand
On. College Street to
tTTE ; HAVE THE. PLEASURE OF
TV KOUXCINO to onr old friends, easto
anu the public that our
..if fa aii
ITtoaec more in fall operation.. ,
1 r.at,ai .fi.-'-r
11 e are now prepared to fill orders for the oesf
- S r 'Mr I
Tcnncrwcc CkHrceHl Reli Red
1 14 O IV,
Either at Tennessee RoWiac Works, oa Camber -
lajid River, or our Iron Store here. '
additions' daily, a large aad complete steek of beet
CIIAKCOAI. BOOM IKON,
Tea AssieHed Pittobnrgr
. Ire, 1
we are setting beteWtke Karket'
E US A CALL. "
?Sw ia.itn ' . .
Xswar mratcrs ix abLixr
the H: Davib G. icRsrwyJe seeecM
Presidftt of the JUft4ic of'Texas, wa'on
a visit.VD.Wa&iagiaa the leWof cer-'
.tatti weikorrals to"PrtuBt j6ilNS0r in be
half of Jeffersox Dayxs. Mr. Bre
having returned homemakes pubKcj tie re-.'
suit o-f hk miseW, feM whieh treext'rsct
New Orjleass, Janii, 18
Haviaf been rtquefeted by the ladies of
New'OrleaBs to tkesent their two -mninrLi
i-ia uenuiw me iate uuet JiaoKrate et the
1 t ..i'!!. .t -t MJf .... , u . -
Confederate States; Je8erK)5' JtmJ to., the
proper to report my dainr bee ''atfivm?
in &;;fro whln'ce morlcnffii2
T distrtlst'Bay meai6rr t
on a detail of cenvemtion.vrUK th
i '1 ' t.i . .:, ,
ed! and a' Blieht deviatiaB.wntild'
tionable. 'rjwc cversa.iiri'were
occMDalioh iof "the
President's time, during the. fcjir days of the
week, and from 10 A. 3r.o'3V.in, which he
appropriates, id ihe reception 'of 'visitors, "to'
impatient expectants: .incliidina 1 larKiw aml
gentlemen, awaiting in.the' anfe-ro6rr4 a pro
longed interview Vould;.bo highly discourte
ous andj-unjust. 1 will, tberewreTsubbit the
seve'ral otes which accomnanied tln nrp-
sentatiori of petitionsjn consecutive! order.
In regard to the future.of Mr. Davis the1
President, of course, 'would give 3.6 definite
opinion," 'That Mr: Davis wilbe, tried bya
civil court appears to'be a forcgone Conclu
sion ; that he will eventually be pardoned
if, indeed, a conviction , shall be ;ha& and
a general amnesty-proclaimed, td.thd griev
ous disappointment of the Jacobinical
cliques, seems Use most probable final to
the most calaniitous war that' evei Sirew a
pall of gloam'overa great people. Tie few
ultra radicals "who still thirst for blood are
a ini,tm -
; but happily they are few jn number,
and powerless for mischief. Bcjaihing
much of their original virtue, they have lost
it.- t li c ,. nit '. - . , .
iau ucujij u: prupagaiion. a nere, pervaacs
the North avery generarfeelihgof synhpathy
for the BulTerinff South, a desire for' a full.
and. cordial reuni6n. JThis, is" emphdtically
trtie of the great city of .NewvYork' iA gen
eral amnesty would throw a halo "around the
present Administration whlen' could net-lie
obscured by the foul, exhalations." thatstill
mark the presence of an unholy, fanaticism,'
whotlier ,it be feigned or fact. "
Itcr to the President.
"W'.vsnrSGTOX, Ocul3, i860.
To Hi Excellency. Andrew Johnson,, President of
MR lam deputed by the few snrvivinc
settlers of the Anglo- American population of
f . 1 1 a -. -
Texas, the companions of the late t
Austin, the patriarch of those settlement.
to wait upon Vou and solicit at vour land a
dispensation of the most congenial functions
of all human government, clemency toward
a fallen foe.
I have alio the hicK cratification of beinc
charged to present .to, your Excellency ac
memorial on the, sande affecting "subject,
numerously sicmed by the ladies of- New
Orleans, and representing; without, notable
exception, he feclirigs and desires 6T5 what
is emphatically the heart of thb great
Southern heart the ladies of the late Con
1 hope it may suii-your ixcellencv'g con
venience to designate an early day on which
I may have the .honor of an interview, and
present the credcnttials of a' mission equally
nnrd nnd Infprpatlnp.'
"With great consideration, I -have the honor
to bcyourTOdsfr obedicnt-wwantyr '
" U-VyiD GijlPKf ET.
Vashixoton, Oct. 10, lCo.
To IIU Excellency Andrew Johnson, President of
,Siit: In presenting" to your consideration
the. accompanying documents; alluded to in
my note of the 13th inst, I beg leave- io re
Tlie.iasues of battle, which arc ever the
dispensations of a Divine Providence have
-placed. in, your control the person of the late
Chief Magistrate of the subdued and extinct'
Confederacy, Jefferson Davis.
That we, the'pioneers 6 TexaSj whose la
bors and privations were the first instrumen
talities in' introducing thegrcat "Lone Star
State" into this! illustrious, constellation, in
common .with the entire South, regard Mri
Davis with "profound veneration and affec-'
tionatc sympathy, is a natural sequence of
our late political connection with hitd. and
of purknowledge of his; 'eminent' political
and. moral virtues. "Ve consider him,, in
his present sufferings,, as a vicarious acri
.ficc, and no more justly obnoxious to the
'vengeance of the laws alleged to have!been
violated by the recent effort to establish a
separate nationality in the Sjuth, thari any
.one of ourselves, lus exalted positioe was
imposed upon him by the tinsolfci'ed suf
frages, of hisl compatriots,, .'and can
attach no -more of guilt to him per
sonally, (if guilt. Is to be ascribed to
anyj) than to either one of j the .many ten
thousand brave" men.-. whocplitced him there.
But wherefore imputt truiltto a political of-
fence, by a similitutle to which, in allots cs
sential properties, bur immediate ancestors
, constituted you arid.all of us members'' of a
free and independent government? The
whole moral difference in the two series of
events isJnvolyed in tho one efaspk' fact of
failure. Whilersuccess consecrated revolu
tion and converts its actors into heroes, fail
ure brings odium upon every motive, how
ever ure, and disrepute upon the most il
lustrious of those who sought tV' accomplish
the highest good for that region of country
which peculiarly enlisted and intensified
their every-scntiment of patriotism. If on
this basis of failure the jealousies of political
power have erected tho authority to punish,
the higher and holier principles of humanity
"have established, and the law of God have
enjoined, the exercise of a glorious clemency,
Although especially commissioned1 bra
few pioneers of Texa I feel authorized to1
assume that the entire population, with a
few. inconsiderable exceptions, concur cheer
.fully and ardently in the benefice purpo
ses of the memorial. I will avail myself
of 'this opportunity to say. to your Excellen
cy that there is no intelligent rational man
in Texas, or probably in the South, who
entertains .a thought of .renewing the unhap
py cntroversynthq gratuitous assumptions
of a" partisan press to the contrary notwith
standing. Having been decisively over
powered in arms, they frankly yield) the
.contest, and have good sense and, magna
nimity enongh to return, with full purpose
of fidelity, to tiieir first allegiance, recogni
zing" the hand of a Sovereign God, ''the
Judge of all the Earth" in the inevitable
issue. That they regard the inetast'eman
cipation of their slaves as. a grievom mea
sure, it would savor of dLsimniation itb
deny. They know it to be fraught with) im
mense loss to themselves and with disastrous
result to the ignorant, improvident race
whose well being was the professed object of
it 'One consequence already developed by
a brief experience, a. Very general jand
gross dempralization of that.ill-feteoV.inlo-ientpeoplel
' ' ,
That there k a prevailing desire to render
to.the freedmea fall protection in person and
in property, and wm3j equality a Awe im
port, is genenlly trnej and i by ne means
laspHaed by a eanviefcon that all persistent,
artificial and "compulsory effort te'elevate
the negro te a social- and 'political equality
with the white zaan, mmi ennW to the
proximate, extinction cf ihe inferior race,
while -k will debase the the
The k a ef the sen of ttm, the ob
eenre nan ef Soah, preclndes sneh eaalua-
'Yf)tW great cawtileration, your Excel-
. Dayi Q. JBusxet.
To'Kli'JielIeerr Aadrev Jouee. President ef
KK: I have the kaner In meeant. anether"
meaaerial, , j, received " Snm Mi ladies ef;
jimwiwRil mm 91 yer usnexgi we
resiaent .ot tne' united .SUttesC.
Al a 41 I .
tia. ati uiL. .L..ia ,.ai t
r Au uiin8iCf rwideat of
-i at ye tke hotxx to jrwgf(t a. jmmt
myself and 6tkrt" io en
ieey the utuvenal a
Ire of tie
laMeof t4ie ,4h44i' fa- tb i, Vr
Jvk'l andiwbatc:MimK . lien- have-
l.,J 1 i.'lJi . 1.
be eBhanced by a,"fiwthr" liuUipi
The clajswroiK ietwwdatjiMU of 'Uieewho
e cohh)h m int immense hajiinK
I w a8f ifa tfreat pW
I . t - . ' - T , . i
.ers.. Ihe Soothem. SULm are tuairanattv
" ire raw, utetc3Bcint giaiiia
in the Union; and this one' declipJd fact U
"tividence'to aft ingennowi kindt'of tbeir sts-
CiHy. asd c4t to- nraeltMie -ail fnnawimnn
OA UIOWIHV.. ""
,r S , . - 7 1 i
tiuiuA. In lu B!.lg'WW- -
moil and not in ctwftiwon. is wroliable": bitt"
i m rawiti ia w eoeer-meL inmKiiw
men ift all sectiensF are tired of .wirand tu-
mult and devoutly anxious for a.p8iat
anu nappy reantoa.anu tne tranquility incv
The senimnt of Ioyaltv eannoiibe created
i malum By uw HlIlHe(niUKl OI Ten-
ceance., That it may be diminWied stid
i 1 i. . i . . . ...
the strictest feelinga of alienatibn'ieedred
by the warTeviveu and transnit&d tnans
metepostcrityikceneonant with tfce prompt-
ings of nature iand the experience
leaee of Uio
world. The amiable 4and accomplished au-
tnoress oftlte memorial, speatuijr of a re-
stored Union, says: ult may be that, in the
lnscruiamc counoiis ot internal, U'isdoGS, the
agony and. blood ofsthc late .revolution were
necessary to cement it forever.," If such
De, inueeu, uie secret purpose ot Uou, a
manifested spirit of conciliation on the nart
of the Governmefltk the saroit and w&fr
appropriate ajcans for its fulfillment. But
1 mat proioi
tliat proloneed aeonv and that nredous
w5a t,nelF hesivc properties
- w w. a
digniUes and burning- humiliations. Ifo
one event opuhl.mere fully obliteiate the-re-collcction
of these sipposed. obstnictiona to
a cordial reconstruction, and secure the en
tire pacification aridrthe true and enduring'
fealty of the Seat4;, than a magnenimens
.t:r:M t 1 1 u m;..".,r
ciemency exeresei toward ,M?.KIavi, 'witli
its proper normal, consequences. ,
In. view'of the' present- equivocal reJ atibns.
with the' Imperial- Government- tif Mexico.
and thep09Mbki.weigIity. cnmpHeatlons tiwt'
ma ixyuii j.rofu,uieaiKje eariyi ana perma
nent, restoration assumes an importance
wmcn aaurcases itscii.as well anu lorcibly
to the North xs to the South, and may be
"X jijnev;iu.teu ujr wtun to ineirewn mu
tual benefat: or. thev mm-be neelected. until
contingent, developments shall reveal cohac-
quences mat are quite imperceptible In tile
misty raiurc. dui ot a magnitude which their
iBuisaumi iuune can. jneasnre or uenne.
It has, been. assumed,- froar Uie era of the
stance in refutation of. the unetseious charge.
This needs only that,you.,give,adeeisive,ex.-
ercise to the most gciual prerogativeof your
vu.. iuiu luxiauiuuc uciiiif .ill
"V hat more elorious epoch could occur in
the annals of our country, and of your nd-
.:t. .f r s. cr'' 1 - ,
iiiiuisiiauuii ui. ius auiuni, man tne procla
mation of a universal amnesty' without
stint or condition, to" the so-called rebels' of
thesubdBcd and extinet Confcderaer? It
would throw into the .pages of our history
its mott, beautiful dramatic scene,' its most
instructive lesson. Heartless politicians
would sneer, as Satan sneert at 'the huiiMg4; '
vktHeJ", bu fQ-iri(4ian'patrie& u'etiW. aJW
With great respect, your oVd't serv't,
David G; Btmsm.
"Wasudtoto?,-. Dec 6. 1865-
To his Excellency Andrew Johnson, President of
the United States i
Sin la presenting another hetitien frdm
a large ntlmbcr of theladiea'of Texas, in be-
haii oi Mr. J enersen Uayis, X beg leave, -to
' "Whatever mav be the issue of the im
pending trial of Mr. Davis, even ahdald he
oe found guilty of treason,-) it would seem
1 but reasonable and accordant with the best
impulses, that the fervent supplications of so
many ot tne gentler sex as are now ott rec
ord before your Excellency, and the earnest
intercessions 01 the pioneers ot, Texan, men
of iron nervcand manly hardihood, and in
domitable enterprise, should hot nlead in
vain before the Executive prerogative for a
dispensation ot mercy.
If a great republic. oaunet afferd.to extend
its pardon to an oflending citizen, in what
lonn 01 society suaii ine quality ot mercy nnd
a " habitation and a' name? "' is -it Ur be
restricted tG the Divine government" is which
it constitutes a primal and etfiient .attribute,
the only hope .of man's salvation ? If so,
then the genius of ail. human institutions
crouches to an unrelenting, insatiate vindie
tivenees, which every higherfer'a ef -civili-zatien'
abhors andiBubstitnteitfi srage spir
it of revenge for the ine&ble jearnings otji
generous clemency. '
Wcwill still look" with, a confident hope
for a manifestatlon-iKdartime of those nob
ler qualities "whieht we beliere animate the
bosom and give" vitality to the acU of our
With profound resjpeet,- year obedient ser
vant, tDAYIDTG. BaKifr;
A Vagabond tlaas 1h JCHlARtl.
A letter from an Amerlcsti travelling in
Great Britain says:
In England, we have a claib of free and
enlightened fellow-citizens, Mid net a smalL
one either, who follow vagabondage for a
livinff. They roam the count rv from Land's
End to John OGroat's, belging, robbing,.
wealing, tramping, camping under Hedges
in warm weather, lying in the tramp: lodg
ing houses in every ocnstderbj c tows, m eold,
when they oan pay two-pence" for a slteke
down. Wheil they have no Imoney, they ge
to the' casual ward of the ri&or-hoaee, land
there, if their clothes are too old or too jy thy
to be worn any longer, they fear them into,
very small rags. . The parish authoritiei are
compelled to give them clothes, because
they cannot turn them o4 naked. The
magistrates may sentence them te &: fort
night's or a month's imprisonment, and that
is just what they like. It ii.a little' pleas
ing variety a kind of retreat, with an extra
care and luxurious livimr. These tramps
these habitual vngranK bora under a
bedve and rlwiiruxl is, AV (n - hii.!- ir
they are so fftnnate are" .crowding' into. I
London, because Parliament 'last winter
passed a law whieh required them to be" fed
arid lodged. They tear up titeir elothes by
doaens. If decent ones are given them, they
exchange tliew fr the retee rags of Pet
ticoatlane, whereanentire suit can be.beneht
for eighteen pence, and eVinknn the surnius
at thefirH gin-shop;
There ased to be eowplainU in America
that the refuse of fbreuin countries was east
upon their snores. Those who made this
coepkint nevet1 'eenld hnreseen
class of .the" Eng4ih They een .harei ne
cocceptinn o )heir .Btter . degradation. J The
Irish are very poor and sometime igno
rant, dieoiderly 'nd drunken, but they' never
come down to the moral and intiiMeotnal
level of tbe lowest ekaa ia England, and
they are always capable of rising rapidly
from any condition into whieh tney have
fallen. Xo where in Ireland hare I seen: the
pe iwaffw ne soununere ,ny uensaCMM,
and it would scarcely b an exaggeration to
say, by millions,
"While tne woolen manufactures of1 the
country has doubled twee the war comwene '
ed, it in sltowd by official ggatae that in the
four y ears ending June 30, 1S6& the woo),
tJmddV and' woolens inworted, maJce 'a
grand afgrwf $138,606,000 00, of whieh
we anmiiiiifiirtaycA weel amont to SS7,
Keaajy all attW inipwtg ef weel under the
tote toriC oaie is either at 8 or 8c W lb.
ine mrWis ye3ui'iod vi lmcHwn .2e
are MiHrari!mrw bfced, afilltefa4e FJtaa.of ttei:lmM:ejKwt of
the diw&e doetruH; f. humaa 4e-avify, kit .Xetf, wku.KwrU Mfetosuch
are not, adapted to the iresto'ratKn of bar- P uht in Umww(1 Rive
mony between tire North and the fconih nria ' pMBedttreMi. ' ; ' t 4
turouicnt aemocracy of Athens, that '
publics are ungrateful." You, sir, have
opportunity to furnish"1 one illustrious in
... - .
4 tae.not. Wtl aad unlrnniiliimtii niijjlu f
perie. ad yeatere, k4k fcjrtL
" been owjet Ui lHakejWic1 "Ot
tt-e wjree actors ami atHferen m it ee M i'
'JwniBtut awl wi4eiy-khoH xmtkimaftcwf
I thin nilr W A TU- VV ...
I e to iiawa: Wlwtv olKUmed
It seem tfaftt-oH JnfcyailerwfsHttiW
. owbw, kb passing uewrnwr im
tie Wee awd ferrjr, boat fifm Msk4c
Kock and Fort Erie to jnaui W tri
Mr. Thowpwrn wIm wm oh the eSIr; side,
ta row IM w a !w4l kj4, real-
Sfn-l Miwst ttWvtfev of the,
patiage oeeaiHofied bv t.te'lMVMnmt nf .
I jj-'1"-m"7 re "wjwini ror ine triu ov a
BawediWawsnJ feteniaa whsW t4tc4ti-
tractors of the.Krie.and yingaw.it: lL who
was very anxious to reach this s4d In time
kf take tbe 6 r. x. train to SaspensJon
BrWfe, going heme tohh fcily at Preseott,
U V. On reaeniBgithe river side Mr. T.
saw the haxards of the altewpt at erasing,
arid would have receded, but Mr. Warren
pressed him to go on and .he was prevailed
jpon bjrhis eeapajiioH's anxieties.
I "ui. naii-past o a eoec we mrt
into streaa. They found, taucli dif-
I ncuity in making their way
war tbnuu.li lit.
, . y o . " "D"
which ran close to shore. aivtVamlu II,
Thompson advised a return. But presently
getting through theshere peek of ice they
KHHKt dear .water, and went erward con
fidently, meeting no obstacles until they
again neared the sliorion the Amerimn
sWe, near the Erie Mills, when the ice
pressed about them thtekec titan in the first
instance. Mr. Thompson then' save an im
perative order to the. bo v to back away ami
return, but it was too late. They had en
tered, to Mr that return was imtaihl
Aney were cangnt, by the ice, wedged fnst
ucjweca ii. grHratng eaxes, anu.cnniu ge-
neuner rorwaru nor nacK. Another mo
ment, and if had- crushed 'the mdes"of tneir
boat, so that it beean to nirramdlvantl
The three immediately leaped out npon a
cake of ice nearest at hand, Vrhich; proved
to be "but a small one, scarcely larger tk&n l
door, and drew the beat partly' upon it after
thaw. Their bene was in beine able Ui torn
the cralt bettom uu and mount heel. &
which position they mieht be floated bv tt?
biit th?!ma(M was not lirge enough to per
mit HaVari oneratkn. Mr.ThomMon then
attempted, to bait out the boat with hi. cap:
but while, doine so. the bov ItartllL eriad
out thai'' the ice was upon them again, -and
they liad barely time to throw themselves
into the half filled boat when the nlmi inu
which they had Moed was cruwhed by anetn-
crmaaa coming uown upon It An instant
more and the boat was also struck; turned
bottom upwards, and Mr. Thomtwnn Aul
Mr. "Warren plunged into the water. The
negro oov succeeded ir lonning hwmi an !
cake.. Mr, Thompson. sank
up, wnen ne ciutcueu the boat, made bis
way to the stern and climbed unon the keetr
Here be saw his companion "Warren sinking
lor me last lime, a snort iHetance away, and
drowning before lm eyes, while lie was ut
terly powerless ,to help. He had scarcely
wiuieseeu huh, wnen ueatu rushed unen
him again'. The boat wat) once more struck
and relied ever. A tram he sank, and arata.
on rising, he clutchoj thebeat which agnin
had rwjhted Hseir'CMmbtn
pkiaV three h
I 'wl jt! wWT;
irn far fr lua -1--it?
r tisne k kid W grewn dark. He
eeura'see butiHtle about him. l'resentlv. a
cake of ice drifting down upon him, he nut'
. 1 I 1 A , . 1. ..
vw Mis iiauu so waru k away, ana reeling 11
to be several inches thick and apparently of
some size." he concluded it beet to cscanc. if
possible, iroui tne boat to the ice. lie very
nearly failed in doing so, barely getting his
breast upon the edge of-lhe eake When he
sprang from the boat, and finding it impoJ-
oiuic tu iit 1111 uuuy bhivu iHai poeiilOH.
1'rovidentially, however, the boat in rking
just touched his foot and gave him a slight
pssh forward, after which he was enabled,
by long and exhausting, efforta to crawl upon
the cake. Here he stood tiurieht and not
t.. !...- .1. - .. .1- ' fl ', . .
i-iiunnig me Rize 01 inc ice ran, uareu not
move. Hailing the boy liartlctt, he found
him still afloat upon his bit of ice, a hundred
or two yards away, loudly engaged in almost
And now btgan the wonderful voyaeo of
w iirtJi, iiiruuxu UK, wnuw, anu ine
nninrof freczine steet-which foil, unen
wieir. irau ra u ot tee xneee who. were out
otKuruay eyening, win remanwr wmrt a
wtfer-night'ifwas. A fine rain, driven by
eler, imd, outl.' everything exposed with a
quick. maiUofi iee. -T all this neltinr
storm, inese wet ana exhausted castaways,
drifting' along the' cold' currents of the
Niagara, wkh the lierrkl dread of imminent
death; te. freei.tteir; Hearts withirfnhem,
were ex resed Jer three--mefteL henns. Mr.
Thompson Kid "lost "both, cap nsd sieves.
His clothing was 'roien lntd Uie rigidity of
iron armor, ami ne beeame incapabM of
motion, .exeept as he sMghtly swang hw arms
to keep them fkxible. All that, he eenld do
for himself was to shout and err, foe help,
wkieh he did steadily, and witli the whole
'strength' ef his' long for hew. "Fertn-
natety, possessed ot a aiognileont jNtywyte
in, cvltv roHjiwi, uw voice m capa
ble of the .exertion. Onoe, somewhere, in
the vicinity of Lower lllack Rock, he reeeiv
ed a response from shore, but to his appeal
for resene ihe voice, ent ef the Auitu
replied that it had no oars and eeukl do
nothing. The miserable" fool, or worse, who
heard and bailed seems to have made no
effort to rouse his neighborhood and set its
energies to work for the rescue of the petiled
men who appealed to him. And ui they
drifted, on beyond Black Jtoclr, beyond
Strawberry Island, past the head of Grand
Island, and steadily en towards theaf cur
rents of the great cataract where n hand
could save them. Steadily the ery for
"help" rang out across the water and thrdtwh
the. Mask night, and no. ear heard and no
tongne answered. Three beers had passed -seven
mile of the river tfaverned K was
nine e'aJoek of tte sight Hope began te
die in the,hert of Mr. Thompson stent MVi
strong avk wa.' HeesMed to hie eew pen
ion, the negro bey, and fare Mm a wrsa'etr
for Ma wife and ehHdren, if itshenW be W
'? 6f- 1 .'tlionehtsi, as he describe
iaew q.hiint and enrioac Tbey
were too busy, to aive an onnertojMtv for
fear, and death 1 waa meed ealfmy and coolly.
iinu so iney. ortneu Meswtur uown, be
tween Grand Island and the Awiariean
shore, nntil Tonawnnsla w pwwed, and.lbe
last hotieeii immmi eitlwr jtwr' from whieh
help could em.beioee. help s,hon4 be too
tote, were gone by. Jftoi -Hiere, at tbe
by the jfood proridenee of G(d, M "did,
come. The shoots were hesid on the Gmtd
Island shore. Lights besmi to more from
hewe'te hoti: The iglgMjif .were; jjtm-
" gV wvn vftt, nj v Villi KtWfClj 9 'tW
hmtem movfctljont ufon rhe ryrad they; J
knew thot bM were eominr ont I - j
isoMed-into thoYbent 'Mite a hie, H9 3iftn!
taken off by Xr, Chartos Popbr ami Mr.
George Gikk. Anotnerthent, niannwt by
Mr. WMtom W.-LtoehnevatHl Mr. John A.
Baees, rcseaed ,theboy Ihrtleet.L The boy,
being thinly elad, had nearly )rifMd.we
taken oC; ent Mr. Thorn fe, x man of
large robnat' ftwne, 1 oat Yftalfly, fbjlt '
more of the. bitter Jrhil. Astonishing to my
j 'm , m wwwij tWB9m) an 14
CCaTAMBJMOM wliOWj W MtWM44iffMMr 9kr
lrcMrk te wofk.fcr )iW .fMijUrjr
nn fi rlTiiM n ft mM imbm AtMM. . -
4 - - few H IS .
I I 41... .. i
.r-inytii nlut suWIb i aisahUJ Travel
Ufa fdf BAst" 3hease and
Tfniais litjusji; fajr. '
, 3ltTrtC, Tnn. Ju, 1866.
The fettns of Got. SarrK AJkn aad
fairywrirten. ftwn Mexico, are
havii tiirhiw5ee.; SeoAe twWtv vounr
wmw ssrm mmineaoc v ir-
tfce OliWof Mr-
gtnurftom abont Wythevilk and diac-ot
for the -rAU&XnStuimm,. They
go- mounted, and weft eoipprti with
Why Arce hwndved 4bAn7s to the
in goW or its wrmrahrnt. Should
Acy rcsKsc the giowmg aeconU given
by onr etiAfcl ' rtfa "ft'will be
bwt a nignar for a.gMiXnaaai thy
wmrtty. The e wtgiMon Vfilrte Wlitagious.
n.ewhoee Sewthwfrf be" more oVfeg affect-
TO "-in m uuiuik. re 10 nn. 1, St present
m mte and prepawn . m thitier, be
Jtoased jrb tkr;W Jmm,r. Xke tin of
aWrand ftojHtojM imbmutii luUa
.My.!!" hwtitsmn tinttofaystorai fBii-
- These nre-tlieonly 4e7haitH that' bind the
yo!fmfroftheJfl.Ht to what
wan once to them GsswmWsf Rton. Snrb
.actions m Use arrest of Col. aW, or. the
pKvw uavernmoK MM wot imVue least
to Mitigate the animosittotbt eon Ufc two
setioS. and shoilhl tW H'pwiirtsd iu, and
shenM theVsatlers oftho.inCwItekracy be
exoeated, aanthe radfaafa;,Jimaid, the Sonth
em Stotos wilUw nintonUw of her young
men f rom W. and Out mf u
ialAi the verdant '- f - -
AntUtei-wili claim theat,a their jewels.
Those yotimr men wkimM IiM-dAf:.l,fo.i
to hays aittod in stresuMMMr the Govern
ment of their; birth v aid in; building tip
one of .the, most powernil mowrohios, which
will always be a tkorn Mt thsaisto of tU
United States. This
tipal,..liit in the event of web, .immigration
tastory will be repeated, m cortajn g conse
qnenee follows cause. 1 .
Donbthm the Radicals will sy, hi them
for wo fear no danger horn, their, influence.
V'TTrr-lrT""" 'twa swim wnen
the igrkaFltow onibaehud for the west
ern world, iidyet""m colony has swelled
moone tt'mast'pwveTM nations on
tho globe.-The itoyvatio of the South,
at present, of this, elsmant wonld diainte
grate Tier social and, political cxganlsm--making
a breach Ihot time wntidjiot even
repair. Confusion and, UMord wenkl fol
low. As an iirostratiou, toko nine-ientiu of
East Tennessee, whore tho" yonn men of
intelligence and.merit have been forced bv
the prevalence of meboeraoy.r inaugurated
by a vulgar and cowardly Jtnliaal.presj, to
abandon their homes, to; tho wtotored mob. ,
There ii no ufganiem,, tto'. enterprise, no In
terest manifested! in. anything Utat pertains '
to the recuperation of the. conntry trom the
losses sustained by the late war. Jkto ii but I
one instance. - 1
In this connection J wooid remark that a j
radical change hai.cume over the droams of
the loyalists of Eit.Tnno. Their mo
ney is spent gained during the war their '
ane ctotaea worn ont,- pnrcfc(ed, wnen the
idea waa prevatont that all. the rebel proper
ty ia the conntry was to be dividial among
them, and they coold toan on the Quarter
waiter and Commissary "donartmonta of the
nn.t o.i. Tla.i z - 1 .
uuiRunu uim rhh muiw . wjwncae l
countenances jweh vagrancy,. as they now I
present! Like the prodigal son they hare
wasted their goods in riotooa living." . Mar'
dering, mobbing nnd the robbing of reWs
is under par, and potwithotanding the errorts
of a vulgar journAiisni, to keep aliro this
species of kwlMflbony siiii iti dying I
n: lib. cVhl.
ft fk-m moavtonJ sW lumj
are oamf Mary nnder the ware. (So
suck decsti witt atmre with them in thiiir
The Governor a vkn for the erection of a
branch Penitentiary at Xnoxville, cauMa
one to query m to the cause of this, en I argu
ment of our State Jwwons. The amwpr i j
obvious. Instead of tbe expense being in
curved by tho State, k ahouW eorne uct of the
pockeLtof the radieah wnoee inHnsnce in
augurated the crime of which the Governor
complains ho much. If the fetore ht eharac-
tenzed as the rst te me punishment of
crime there will he bnt eootmity oti
even county jails. The most heinow crimes
arc passed over wMt immunity, especially if
one of the so-calh;l Ksyaiist is arraigned.
Since writing the above, the quiet of the
town has been dWurfcod by a mo ahWrace-
5h1 scene. Am emnleyee of tbe KrAt Tetinet
see and Virginia Kallroadj by naiiie of Lilly,
a discharged guldtcr, uttoched a getleiuan
by tho name of Vaughn; who wm connected
during the tote war with tfte Senthem army.
He struck him iwiee wim a efcib over the
head, MKcting two Very awfotw wounds.
Yownr VamrhM rmf a fow noaos' mitll he
could draw iii pistol wht n he tontod and
fired at Lilly, who, ine to the metincts of
those who seek sweh adnmtonsj. row and
sotnrht rcfiwe in a eoaentieaniing'noar the
rprcw oce; where the ditienhyOOMrred.
r , ,, f l-f 11 1? .
v aognn touowen aim, m wna amnaN be
fore he conM snoot the seiond trmtt. They
were both arrested, but so' torn M the feet
were mode known to the BammnniMiig oCcer,
was rolsnsed. LMrjv Waa aube
qaently released by jtrmrbowd for his fu-i:
tore good boiiartor. f . "
that VmmIhi, wfcflst hi ilie'nrwy. bad ar
rested Lilly's brother as a eoReomC The
attack was not ann'trfuttd by Vanghn in the
But a fow days uinoe and tsUr. Iwi lilts, an
eetlmablo eitiaen of W11 ihingtiw county.
Lilly in the same empkaMftC XotthM
armed himself and attempted to got him to
renew the attack. Jtot hit oonrag had
foiled htm. Many men aretrae to the old
mMe "arewBstanees and plae' oftan ren
der tsntM men brave."
Untom tho BBoanntondtnt of we East
and inrirtia rnrlread removes
uch employeea rere be no traveling
done over this line of risitway. I hare seen
many men whose bwsvnesn esutod them South
eomemlt for en their trip fro the et,
turn and go back te Lyncnbnrg;' thence
through North Carotin roend to ChatU-
nootn; or. g 'ronnd by LonseviUe and
XashvMe j ornar to attend to-; limiiuui in
fearing to pans thwghltott Tonnamee be
oaiiso at tliiaata made i nans it "rebels'' by
men eonnected wsth the mlw
tV ere these men imwoved. adthoneour-
agemoBtgivoit temohoseaoysitodMil the trav-
tianum who rssiniiv m Mm iMmt f Uo
lumbla infcrmtd me: f eon thy wni nWing
sWrwifwi vi innMiii mi tvatHMPingy miia
told, hitn that they. were, gofnc to travel
afnillL " Tllmt tAi mtf im aAWlU
KPrwn iflB HHn wry rgro gaTlnV, htkw' mW
k 4gjvuL . TaBJumMt' fttm
to make Ht im MmKT "
t r t t. 1 r . i . a
ta rotrit andontavBrwe, ita
agrientnral and mineral ra"Bsjmm. Aewld
beeome the terrorof tfce'natten: Hounh the
tality of x few
voted ir jmlgo of th, FimWa, eonrt,
ThoMwna im rMatod- oajatost V hItt inn tkr,
"naerern," rjj tiiaw,w4awo.lMai- W
atM the "andiiaowMt,' or thoof -who. wenl,
'"mti bm? TU ktter, ' canted M da, aiia'
gJLfJ tr -..k.i. 1 -- if M.f..A,T.
f "- "i "i'
Jmm formed 'a- amst. for a
mmmx. trUck he h ana inltted
It tirongio,4lml:lhi.. a may, j boo Id cot wist of
Wjm won; tiMt IfU. otftMos'. Mhsrto
aMMitd be cxeniK Dm taaattoia, aast that
when off doty tW standd W allodad to
hoM efvil oSfow. giiiitut TTTWa-Hlllt
wtu no iim im Hii L i inoxyMW mi 11 a
jmm iitobtiihMiii of ttjiijnjr,
trv ixihif' "I" Vc ' t - f .
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