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VOLUME XXXIII. ,
NASHVILLE, , TENNESSEE, SATURDAY, EEBRUARY 10, 1S66.
Prspottfowaie rates for shorter pjVfefe.
Saeseriftes iavariablr ia adve.
" Kdlto of the Uino jixd axkbicax.
F. SEYJIOUll, M. .
' '" " (Late Brigade Surgeon. U. S. A.)
OCUOST ; AST ATJRIST,
Office 33 Ced'-'rtteet.bct-ecn Summer and Cherry.
f8reffcr.Trtinent of all Diseases of tho Eye
uj Etr nftl08 for Sanintise. Cataract, ect
WB.DB5IRB TO CALL ATTENTION TO A
few eligible and cheap piece of Real istAte
in the city of Nashville, worthy the Invest ron
of thoie who wanttlciraat and substantial homes.
1. Six Brick Dwelliac Houses on North Cherry
iitreet, below the Old Theatre, new .and in cowl
order. Three or tn cm are tnree aionra mgu, -uu
tbrco two stories.
2. Afi eleeant and magnificent Store House, on
he Public Square, North Side, four stones hirt,
in complete order, and ia the possession orchoico
tenant for the remainder of the year.
X A fine, costly, new and desirable Brick
Dwcl linir. on Spruce street, between Church street
und jlroad. , , , .
A neat little Brick Dwelling on Hlrii street.
ba)aii Church ana jsroaa. on a m w i "i
A lance, eonvenlentaad well airangcd Brick
D reliB on North Market street, near the Square,
6. A aew Brick' DweWwfeon Lino street, near
llie nines School imliuinc. coniainins eietn
rooms, at $2,000 or $3,000 less than iU value.
to iirCT snr finnan Nil oa. Chnrch sL.
suitable for it meat or market "tore, with ljvlr-a-rooms
above. Mult be la the band, of a cholee
teAafh. ranted Dwelllac on North Market
An eKgiblo and desirable offiee, suitably for a
professional tjcntlcman, on L'burcn street, near
kClond Hotel. And sn.oftice on Summer
street, between CcW "d Union.
dcc21-lw General Acents.
o. s. XKWSOK.
W. 8. KKXBOM.
NEWSOM, MOORE & CO.,
A D ,V E STI S 1 110, A GE K C
f i .if .'
so. io west sir. Pirni.ic square
' j NASUVIIJLE, TENN. ;
o.are'llie rccular authoriiod Agents for the
following; Houturm papers:
New Orlcann True Delia, Iew Orleans,
linrit Herald, Vicluburs, Mi"..
Huntuvlllo Advocate. Huntxville, Ala.,
Maury County Herald. Columbia, Tcnn.,
Chattanooga Oitirtto, CliatUnoo a. Tcnn.,
Chrouiele and Sentinel. Aueutta, Qa.,
1..11i.lln Vramlnnr. (lull&tln. Timn.
Termini wjuhlnjc tojubwribp for or to Advcrtl'o
in tne anore papeir, win uo mm uu wnu
Plcature at our office. Jan23 3m
J. P. . COOPER,
Kcal Eslalc and CInim ArciiI,
r NO. 33 CHURCH STMJET,
1. . Box 277,
Xrilh ATTKND PK0MITLY TO THK
W C0LLKCTX0N OP CLAIMS airainit the
United State, and procure Bounty. Back Pay.
Pcnuinnx, Jte. Have nMocciatod himself with nn
alio and influential firm in Wathlnitton City,
he offer rare IndncomenU to thMo who have
claims of any description acalnittbe flovcrnmcnt
of the United Statoi. Uovernment Vouchor!
Bought or Collected.
Spncial nttcntlnneivcnto all buiinoi pertaining
to a Ileal Kitate nndUencral Agency.
W. 3. ARRINOTBX, F. H. yiltCltt.
' AEBINGTON & PAEEAE,
NO. OS l'UItl.IC NQVARE,
NEXT D00IV NOBTH OF CITT HOTEL.
Mill Property For Sale,
WU OFFER F8R SALE "THE CARMI
CHAEL FLOUR MILLS." built of brick,
tltuatedon the Cirt level of the Augusta Canal, In
thli elty. Tho building it HO by 40. three itoriei
high, beaidet wheel-pit and attic: hai an Officg
and Bran-room attached, GO by SO, two itoriei;
has five run of itoneatoneof which it arranged for
aaklag and bolting meal and criti,) and a water
power of 13 fuet heid and fall.
Tbe Storaxo accommodatiuni are very ezteniive
and complete, and le io arranged at to do with
ono-fuurth thesacki of any other mill in theStato
doing the name amount of builncu, besides a great
laving of labor.
EKTES fc CfVKK
AUCTION & COMMISSION.
ALE AGENCY. '
J. F. COOPER,
Oncccwor to A. D. Fleaisc k Ca, at their Old
Steed. No. 33 CsBreli rireet.
X-UiMVItLK, .... TEX.VBSKBE,
WWeeMbeMataJl limi tWW kuli
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NO. S PUBLIC
. ' v NASHVILLE, TENN.t
" A. G -'"3ES NTS
At MaRafjicturcra Prices,
Willi Freiglit Added.
The bcRtTwoand Tour Hone
Letcr Powcn and Threahen :
ft.. On. anfl Two horso Railway
l"0weri anu iui
. Mowing Jiacnmcj;
SATTLY Q ANQ iTLOWS U
; f" ' .
' 1 , , V VsTRAWt CUTTERS, etc.
Circular mailed to any addrcw. or to bo had on
No. 2 Public Squro, Nashville. Tcnneraee.
declO 3in j
SAM. VANLEER, & CO.,
NO. 41 COLLEGE STREET.
SIGN OF THE B1U rAUJiUUK
- ia. rv -w- r Tr
HAVE ON HAND AND ARB RECEIVINO
a large and complete stock of English, Uer-
n, ana American iwwn n
W),1A nro nclline- at rcaWnaDio prices.
stock consists in part of
FINE IXL POCKET CUTLERY,
200 GROSS TA1JLE CUTlbUX,
200 D0Z. KNOB LOCKS, assorted.
SO do HAND AND RIP1UNU BAWB.
SOOde ASSORTED AUGERS,
nr .1. TffTy A T'l." . t S
wvi ii.. itnnl'9 AKn HTNOES. assorted. 12 to
,MAi 1 ua. iiivu"" '
4S inches, ;
KvVi 11.. a TinTT. fiHAIN. . . '
1000 " 'BLACKSMITH'S HAMMERS, all kinds!
100 CROSS-CUT SAWS. VA to VA fet.
fiO MILL SAWS, 6M to 8 fectd
. LOOKING GLASSES;
CANDLESTICKS of all kinds
, TIN. CUPS.and PLATES, ,
' K iTEA and TABLESPOONS.
A very large elook of PLANES of every Tarioty
PREMIUM, .STEIili rs.w .
Those wishing to purchase in our lino will do
well to gim ns a eall before buying.
SAM. VANIJIER, A CO.
THE SECOND XATIONAI. RANK,
College Street, near Union,
Designated Depositary and Finanolal Agent of the
Is propared to transact a- regular Banking Dull
ness, ana lurnnaxixsuausa
iJirTT Tu ivn
Government Seouritics, Gold and Silver, bought
and sold on commission. ;
JOHN JiCMSUSS. i rciiucuw
W. J. Thomis, Cash'r.
THIRD NATIONAL BANK,
or , '
W. W. BlBBT. M.BURSS.
J0H!C KlRKMiX. Jos. W. AtLKS,
D. Wkivk, Edoi Josks. - ,
DAS't F. CiETSK. A. Ji DuvciJf.,
Alkxahdkk Fall, UnAs. K. llaivis,
This Rank occupies the building foraorly occu
pied by the Planters' Bank, corner of Union and
Collogo streets, and Is prepared to buy and sell
Gold, and SiUtr, Droli. U. S. StcuritU; and Staf
Eondt, ttHccl Xolti. Draft; Coupons, tlc In all
parts of the United States.
5-20 IIobiIk and 7-30 Treasury Notes al
ways on hand, and for sale. Gold Coupons cashed
and compound Interest Notes bought at the high
est rates. EDGAR JONES Cashier-
W. W. BHRRY. President.
doe7 Sm c
GROOEEIES, PRODUCE- &c
T. J. HOPKINS,
FORWARDING AND COHH1S8ION
WINES, LIQUORS, &c,
N0.T1 PUBLIC SQUARE. EAST BIDE.
derft-Sm NASHVILLE. TENN.
VALUABLE FARM P0E SALE,,
rpHE BEAUTIFUL FARM LYING ON THE
JL Gallatin Pike, 3)i mile from tho city, con
taining G5 acres of superior land, elegant and
commodious dwelling, with all necessary out
buildings, household ijid kitchen furniture, stock
plantation utensils, etc a never-failing spring,
bee spring house, and orchard of carefully selected
trees. Apply io
ANDERSON. JOHNSON & SMITH,
"TUST RECEIVED FIFTY HOGSHEADS No.
O 1 LouUlana Sugar. This is the first consign
ment to this market from the South since the war.
R. B. CHEATHAM C0
feb3-tf. Cor. Church College sts.
WHITE & SPARHAWK,
421 Market Street, 4S1 I
GROCERIES, LIQUORS, &c
D. Jf. BUtXT.
C. K. OKU1TAY.
T. K 6XV.Tl.1Ltk
3. X. C1B8AT.
BAILEY, ORDWAY & CO.,
cosonssio.vT axi forwarbixq
XO. 7 BROAD STREET,
NASUVIIXE, I I : I TEJfKESSEE.
.1DESPECTFULLY.BEG TO ANNOUNCE TO
i the Trade that tber are n
trill ba.vo in itoro onaof thelarci
plete lotiof Greeerie' offered Tn thii market for
forae years oaia
xse uoock wero uonrnt oy one
or our linn in person to uaiumore ana
and were selected specially for this market.
following comprw part oi us tioc.
300 sacks Ikltiie Bio CofTce;
' 40 hogH3MU liro wn augax;
. 60 barrAs H
60 barrtig C UoUce bupan
60 barrels Crushed Sugar;
60 barrels Powdered Sugar;
60 Granulated Sugar;
600 barrels Flour, of all grades;
1000 sacks Bran;
2000 barrels Salt:
20 barrels Molasses;
10 barrels Vinegar;
25 barrels Boberteon Count "Whisky; ,
25 barrets Bourbon "Whisky;
6 barrels Holland Gin;
' 4 caaks of Brandy;
100 barrels and half barrels Mackerel;'
100 kits Mackerel;
100 boxes Cheese:
50 boxes, I and boxes Baisins:
15 barrels Almonds;
250 drums Figs;
50 cases assorted Pickles, quart Mfl pint;
- 100 cases oysters;
25 caecs Sardines;
200 boxes, j and boxes Candles;
100. bxsvariousbrandsSoap, plain andfancv;
60 boxes assorted Candles;
10 boxes Brandy Cherries;
200 kegg Nails, assorted;
Fft 1 T"l ' . 1 .1 TJ 1 l.
' ""l('i ' uozen jrauiieu uu-cwj
J ' V, . 20 dozen Tubs in Nests; ,
100 boxes Chewing Tobacco, all grades;
20 cases bmoklng 'lobacco;
50 dozen Brooms;
25 dotcn "Washboards;
600,000 G. D.IOnps;
100 bags Shot;
30 kegs rowdeq
25 bags Pepper;
75 boxes Indigo;
11 casks Madder;
100 boxes Mustard,
26 boxes btarcti;
IJAGC1IXG, KOPK A!ffl TWIWE-B
This stock is offered to tbe Trade only, at small
profits. Wo nro determined to sell as t-sap as tho
same artiolos con bo had fortn LovtovUM or Cin
Having' amplo rto refit) room."W tnrtta consign
nects of Cotton and nil HnA ot Prvdoce. Wo
will tako In eiohange
DRIED APPLES AJfD rEACKES,'
FE ATI IX 1H, BEESWAX,
GIXSEXQ AKD WOOI,
And will allow tho highest market prioca.
DRUGS & MEDICINES
OlTD ESTABLISHED DRUG
! 1 i
1 " ii .
S T O R E
POltBES & STEPHENS,
WHOLESALE AND HT- HL'Ji
tj g fei's t s,
Corner College anil Union S(s
"Vc havo just rcccivod from New York
markots very large additions to onr former
assortment, and 'would call tho attention of
tho public to tho largwt and most complete
PURE AND FRESH i DRUGS
Ever brought to thll city.
OOO lbs Blue Stone.
-B 'grots Drakes' 1 Plantation' BiUcn,
10 crofs Ccdrou Bitters, ;
10 gross Hosteller's Bitters.
S gross Roh&ck's Bittora.
15 gross MeLano'i Vermltie.
10 groas Fahnestoek'j Vermlfuae, ',
B gross Jaynca' Bxpcctorant.
S gross Acer's Cherry Pectoral,
40 barrels Coal OU.
10 barrels Varnish, assortd, .
10 barrels Lard and Lincod 04-
A largo Stock of
Flue Wines and X.iquers.
J VST RECEIVER.
A W Ur fa stock ot S
Gartko Soed. growth ot.
18 6 5.
30,000 Papea aborted SeU, : '
10 bbli O-Ioa So-te
2 UA Puapkla Seed.
Ail of which is offered to the Trad aad.thc
Pnblic generally at tho Tory lowest prices.
0a, Oelte mi Ttetea tk
or THE CONDITIO!! Of TBE
OS THE THIRTIETH BAY OF BECEMBEE, 1S&5
Timt. TTio naian nf th'a CaniDanr is -THE
TRAVELERS COJlPANJf ; it is located at Hart
r 1 r . - i ' . . . . I it
mm, Lunaecucau nun not, lucurpuruitu u uuui
186H." " "!
Second. Thoamountof CspitalStockis $500,000.00
Thibb. " " paid up is 600,000.00
Caxh on hand in Bank
Caeh in hands of Ag'ts
and in course of
Amount leaned on
est on Loans,
,; 61,200.00 , GJ.200.00
, . . par.fal. rnk'tfali" Jtf
Stocks and Bonds, '
as follows, viz:
TJnitedStates Sixes .
of '81;-.-. 45O.O00
VJL Seven Thirties 254,000
;U.S. Certificate of , . . ,
Bonds 6 percent,
5 "Wisconsin State,
Bonds, 6 percent.
20 Tennessee State
Bonds 6 per cent.
10 M.S. & N. Ind.
a !". I .
- 10,000 8,800
20 Chicago Water
Loans, 6 per cent
109 Shares Ameri
can' Nation al
109 Shares City
145 Shares Phoenix
100 Shares Par's &
50 Share' NewBri-.
Ba'k Stock, New
100 Shares Nassau
100 Shares Fourth
Stock, New York
14,500 17,960 f
10.000 , 11.000
Total Assets. $016,869.94
in Banks, oroth
erg.duo or notdue,T
Sixth. Losses ad
justed VriI duo
cd and not duo, J
Ninth. Losses in
.Tenth. All other
Elevkxtii. The greatest amount in
sured in any- one risk is $10,000,
except in special cases ..
J. O. BATTERSON, Pretidtn
RODNEY DENNIS, Secretary.
Hartford, Conn., Jan., 1806.
STATE OF CONNECTICUT,
Thpn nmnnflllv nnn(nrfd JnmM tl Rattcnon.
President, and Rodney Dennis, Secretary, and
severally mode oatn tnat mo auovo oiaiemcni uy
them subscribed, is true according to their best
knowledgo and belief.
Jt3- 820,000 in Tennessee State Bonds deposited
with the Comptroller for the security of Jfolicy
Holders in the State- of Tennessee,
AVnEnris. Josenh Nash and P. P. Peck, this
day applied to tho Clork of the County Court of
Davidson county, for a Liccnso to grant Policies of
Life Insurance as Agents for Travelers Insurance
Company of Hartford, in said county.
These are, therefore, to Liccnso you, tho said
Agents, to excrciso said privilego at any one place
in said county, for the term of one year, from the
1st day of January, lsou.
L&igncdj r.jj.aiuii.uij, ,
' Clerk of tho Davidson County Court.
Referring to the above.'tha subscribers' bee to
call the attention of our citizens generally, as
well as of tho traveling public, to the advantages
to bo derived from taking out an j4cctrfenf Policy
in tho oldest and best Company of tho kind in
America. JOSEPJl NASH. Agent.
OUico State Insurance Company, loucge St.
T. 1, H T. T ' A .
Office corner of Union and College streets,
Indemnity Agnlnst JLoku by Fire, Ttlvcr
and Ttnllrond in tho
Home Ins. Co. of Ji.TT.
Colnmbln. Cash Capital..
Arctic, Cash Assets.....
Ilnrtrord, Cash Assets
Cash assets. .$4,000,000
Losses adjusted and promptly paid at this Office),
corner of Union and Cherry streets.
. E. D. FARNSWORTII,
MUSIC, PIANOS &c.
33 UNION STREET.
THIS OLD ESTABLISHMENT DEALS IN
Pianos of Steinway and Sons, J. B. Dunham,
Robt. Nunn's, A, II. dale !c Co.. and other first
class instruments. Carhairt, Nccdham & Co't un
rivalled CHURCH AND PARLOR OROANS.
Also, SHEET MUSIC, and
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE QENERALLY.
; G'it6 it a caH before you purchase.
P. S. TTiiTfi lnt fublfsl to tlifi above Ifat of
CAXT.EXBESQ & VAUPI.I-
Call and examine. dec29-lm
MASON & HAMLIN'S
r03 WILL FIND THE BEST
mcnt in tho city at Lusk's New Muiio Store
loDosite bt- uioud Hotel. Alto bnret Music, and
Musical In truments of all kinds. Be sure to call
before purchasing elsewhere.
rianoe tuned by Jlr. Jackson,
Luck's Building. Church Street, ntirxwita KL
Cloud Hotel, andlt Union Street.
SNUFFS, TOBACCO &c
J. & L. WH0RLEY.
FOREIGN ASD DOMTSTIO
CIGARS & TOBACCO,
DR. B. A; HERMAjN"
XT AS RKTUK.NKD TO JfASJIVrLLS. AND
.JUL has opened -ftM Dea4 EetaMMHaeat at
Ho. mi BW w we Pabtie gqaare, wnere
he .wffif b ytcMcd to see ki etty and eeaatrr
DRUGS & MEDIOINES-
LITTEEER :& C ABLER
(Successors to Vf. F. Gray A Co.)
Wholesale and Selntl Dealers In
ETC., ETC., ETC..
SouthwestCo. -Broad and Xarket Sts,,
ITfE. RESPECTFULLY'' CALL THE'ATTKN
Y Vtintion Of the.trade i to'ourcpmprlete stock of
: Perfumery,, Fancy Articles,
etc.. inc.'. .etc.. Era,
nn. e. a,
IIAKBKKT mil be found at the
Old Stand, and ready to servo alL
XITTKItEK &. CAI1I.ER.
i c(c, etc., etc.,
NO. "33 WEST SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE,
. XonIiyIMc, Tennessee.
irrE HAVE IN STORE AND -FOR SALE
TT a large stock of
CRU HED do
POWDERED, do . n .
FAMILY FLOUR. , ;
MACKEREL, : :
STAR CANDLES. i
SOAP etc., etc" etc,
OYSTERS, COVE AND SPICED,
" PECANS, .?
Wines and Liquors.
French Brandy, ;
Chcrrv lirandr. ,
Baker's Bitters, etc.,' ctc.'I
Catawba Wine, etc., etc.
superior uiirars :
Smokinp Tobaccos ;
Java CoDoc, etc,
GROCERS & BANKERS.
3. n. KWIXO,
EWIiG & CO.,
Corner Buildine Market and Chufch ttrceti,.foi-
morly occupied by win(r, Alcurory x uo.
i RE RECEIVING andihave" in store tho fol-
100 barrels Brown Sugar.
A Cofite Sugar,
Ji do do
C do do
Stuart's Crushed Sugar, standard.
do A do
"5 .in Molaises.
SO kgs Syrup. 5 and 10 gftls.,;
CO barrels No 1 and 2 Mackerel,
SOhfdo do do
SOqrdo do do
200 kits do . Po. .
2T barrels F. N. Jt Uo's WbLilcy,
25 do S. N. P ke's
2fi0 boxes star candles,
SO doxen brooms,
100 boxes chec3,
SO boxes raisins,
00 kegs nails,
100 reams paper,
SO boxes assorted soap,
40 kegs ginger.
30 doxen buckets,
60 lacks Rio coffee,
109 boxes candy,
50 baskets champagoc,
30 eases sardines,
so boxes starcn, - i
50 do pickles, !
20 do Madder, , j-
75 barrels apples, r n
SO boxes assorted wines.
1009 barrels Flour, all grades.
250 do Potatoes.
100 boxes Fire Crackers,
20 cases Figs,
100 eases assorted Liquors,
Tn addition1 to the abova va have' a rcneral as
sortment of groceries, all of which wero bought
during the present pressure in the Eastern mar
kets. We expect to sell goods on short profits,
and would be pleased to have our old friends call
A. n. Si!nr. nf iht for inr first mt RInn'Me-
Crory & Co will be' found with the above firn for
the purpose of settling up their business. dec21
C. UXDOff BILL
S3 Water Street.
Late with Bert-old, Smith k Co St. Louis.
JOUETT, HALL & CO.,
Cotton and Tobacco Factors
31 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
MERCHANTS' EXCHANGE SIMCK,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
CctuinmiU of CeUoe. Leaf TslMieeo, Saf W,
ribs. Malam. aliitH sd enhn Slled
fr Park. lUeoa. L-rd. feKiHC, Kee. etc
AIft. Fall &,drm
NO. 47 3 COLLEGE STREET;
I i .P. tfl v ,
BATE Kt'STORR A
LARGt,& COMPLETE STOCK
Farming Iinplcnicnis etc.,
Which will bo spld on tho
MOST- FAVOBABIEi TEKSS.,
.AAA DOZEN AXES. ALL (JQOD BRANDS.
WW U00 kegs NailsandSpikesTlOO kegs Horse
ium aaiu'ouDm. iijUux, iiunocuoua nans,
2,000 pairs Twee Chains. 2.M0 pairs Wagon Chains,
assorted, GOO doicn Steel Cotton Blocs, 105 doxen
assoneu names, or saio at
No. 47 College Street,
ALEX. FALL GRAY.
qnn miller's steel plows. Nos. i. 2,
OUU Sand 4: 100 Raymond's Steel Plows. Nos.
u,landz; 2U0 Avery t Steel l'Jo
v. miu , w w j a
Ulobe Cotton Scrapers,
flows, assorted :
JTo. 47 Colleffo Street,
ALEX. FALL k GRAY,
1 9 fiO DOZEN ARSORTED FILES; 1.000
XAtxjyj dozen Assorted Locks : SO doicn As
sorted Hand Saws; 100 dozen CoSeo Mills; 100
aozsn Assorted uoiion ana n ooi taras,
For sale at.
47 College Street,
ALEX. FALL k GRAY.
GROSS KNIVES AND FORKS; 1,200
dozen Pocket Knives, of.evcry grade: 200
'dozen Shears and Scissors; 100 dozen Razors,
For sale at
47 College Street,
ALEX. FALL k GRAY.
-1IRCULAR SAWS. Mill and Cross-Cut Saws.
J Gun Belting, Leather Belting, Bolting
vioms,'ftaw uummers, uumnier Juits,
For sale at
No. 47 Colleere Street,
ALEX. FALL k GRAY.
ENGLISH k AMERICAN BLISTER STEEL,
Cast Steel, Shear Steel, Spring Steel, German
Steel, Cora Shelters. Cutting Boxes, Anvils, Bcl-
i ir; . 1? 1 .
1UITD. V ICV3, JCUf KUU
Xo. 47 College Street,
. ALEX. FALL k GREY.
OF AI.Ii STYI.ES,
VOW BALK XT
NO. 47'00n3GE STEEETi
Fall & hay.
We tako tileasnre til inform vou that ire havo
REMOVED our cntiro Stock from No. 47 South
Market street, to tho well-known old stand o.
S. It. SPURI.OCK
Whcro we shall keen at WHOLESALE, at tha
CIGARS, Ac, Ac.
And with the aid of the well known and accomo
dating Clerks retained, hope t share a large por
tion oi me iraue.
We aro under oblimtions to nnr Cuitntunni fnr
past favors, and hope with the advantage gained
in uur ueiv luiuuuu iv euii?it iucui in uicir in-
A. MEYER A CO.
33 Broad gtrcet.
Having sold out to tho abovo Firm, A. Meyer
k Co., we take plcasuro io recommending them to
our former Customers, belioving that they will
giro .general satisfaction ; hoping they will glvo
them a trial. S. B. SPURLOCK k CO.
XV. MXAUGIILIX. C. V. R. BUTLIH. T. XJ IETT1.V.
Fermcrly of Evans, Keith k Co.
M'LAUGHLIN, BUTLER & CO.,
.. . (Suceesors to F. A. Irwin k Co.)
WHOLES AtE GROCERS
Comer of Market and Clark streets,
we nare in store and for sale a large stock of
CRUSHED. AND POWDERED.
RIO COFFEE. FAMILY FLOUR,! .
SALT. S.ACKEREL. STAR CANDLES,
SOAP. TOBACCO, CHEESE. OYSTERS.
RAISONS, ASSORTED CANDY. XO ESTERS,
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- A GKEAT SPEECH.
It is truly refreshing, in tills' era of wilif
and iiroscriptive radicalism, an exhibited in
the daily proceedings of the American. Con
gress, to hear amid the storm that prevails
the manly counsels of one who, cmbned
with the spirit of true statesmanship, speaks
as patriots were wont to spVak in the earlier
and purer days of the republic. Of this
character was the speech of the JIbN. Mr.
Datvsox, of Pennsylvania, recently deliv
ered in Congress; 'on the present and pros
pective condition of the country ; from the
concluding part of "which we; extract the fol
lowing, and commend it to the sober thought
of every honest citizen, regardless of his past
prejudices or associations in connection with
the recent troubles of tho country :
Mr. Siieakcr, I have but a word to add
concerning the relation of the General Gov
ernment to tho States, and of the States to
one another I have listened with respect
and attention to the principles of interna
tional law as they have been discussed with
rare ability by the distinguished gentlemen
on the other side of the I louse, but I think
they have failed to prove out'of Grotius and.
attel anu i'nticnuori tnat America lias, no
laws, no Constitution, and no Union am6ng
her great sisterhood of States. "We must not
forget that we am considering a question
purely of internal administration, which
must be settled solely bv the municipal laws
of our own country, and not by the law
of nations, the question before us is,
what are the rights and obligations of our
own citizens toward their own government
in time of peace ; and not, what are the
relative duties of two foreign countries in
time of oncn and ilatrnint war 7 The law of
natfons take no cognizance of that which is
done in time of place by a single government
with its own people.
It is true that where a people divide, and
the parties become hostile to one another
and take up arms and thus make a civil
war, the common humanity of the world
will insist that the contest between them) as
long as it continues to be a military contest:
shall be carried. on according to the rules
and principles which apply to separate be!
I maintain that wlien tnn rebellion was
suppressed the law resumed its aathority.
The law was suspended during the rebellion
because it could not be executed; bat it was
not repealed, destroyed, or abolished. If
the (sovereign whose power has been opposed'
by an insurgent force is an absolute despot,
he may wreak his vengeance at will, asliu-
if -nt l l . rr .
gary. if he is a limited monarch, lie must
govern alter a- rebellion a tie did belore,
according the Jaws of tbe realm. If the
armed ODDosition wait made acainst a con
stitutional republic, It is abrard to "say that
the officers or legislators vf the government
have acquired from the rebellion a power
which the Constitution did not give them.
It is equally absurd to say that the laws
were abolished by the very war which was,
waged for their preservation. We awst re
member that this government has net. been
revolutionized by the Southern rebellion,
and I dear that it lias added one particle to
the power of any man who holm o&ee u Eider.
the United Mates'.
I believe most devoutly in the constitution
framed bv the fathers of the Heraldic, and
in that Union which was the result of the
constitution. I have no fiuth hi any other
mode of briseisg the States together; We
must still look to that conctitutioH ami the
laws for a i&sti Scat ion of all we do. and
every citizen may still plead that he owes
no obedience to mere arbitrary- power be
cause there is no arbitrary power ia exis-
I happened to rereaent a reran of coun
try which was once in rebellion against the
United State. "The mfitrrectioir "was pat
down by sfiferior military force. In those
days, under the lead ot Washington and
Hamilton, the saonMrons doctrine that as &
QBfMHrm il neouln (.Wt sail f kolr cltMnm
inepeepie ot tbe SMtttnave HttaiKMl
to e- aMhentri aU9e-e-MBMt of the
Usited State. What it that wvamaieBt ?
WMI ef the slainfiiiit Mtrtrin tfak Kama awt
SMte7 - ,
Did jweeseJon destvay the. Union? Cer
tainly act, for secession was a aallity. Did
the war which we carried on. to enforce, the
faws destroy tha obligation of' the laws7 .A
sereaMeHLst might bay so, Tint in the eyes 'of
ill CUMIS t bom not fatjrivt or tuw
-wf Af iiiwu nro a um j win w juutun-a Ann (V tys
sard oc dWoyah Where, than, i the
aHtlioritv to govern without law? It' will
'not be prefenued'thaVtliere is adiviae ricfet.
We mast' cow e" back,, then to" the rrtfklas&eii
tal law, wlncJi ia the true source of all power,
.and the true standard of dty for all the
people who are under or jurisdiction.
1 TJie Committee on Becdnstrtiction has'
proposed an amendnient to the' Constitution
exclftdtBg freei the basis of representatibn
all persona dented the franchise on account
of race or eolor. t This" proposition strikeaiat
the'ConsiitutiOB in its most vital particuhir,
manv advocates withont naseh coh
w deration". The whoia question of repre
sentation was settled by our fathers wkh
great difficulty, after- a most careful and
matured deliberation, It is unwise to. dis
turb it. The policy 'of amendawfif once in
tfodttced. will not atop with cmtMling the
representation of the Southern States.
Under tlw Cbnstitntion all legklativepowirs
consist of a Senate and House of Representa
tives, thi. lsktive jiowers 'of the Senate
being equal, to that of the House. In addition
to tliis the Senate is a part of the treaiy
making and, appointing power." If it is in
tended that representation shall he based
npon numbers, then we mast reaodel tljat
part of the Conatitntien which, gives' to New
England and several of the. new States! a
voice so largely disproportionate to their
population. The sir Is ew England States,
with a population lees than Nw
,YerkatAtt little, greater than I'enwyl
.vwiia liave. twelve Senatentwhile each'qf
the latter have but two. With this dispro
portionate power New England had shaped
the policy of the government to her own
advantage, in the .navigation laws; ia the
fisheries, and in the protective policy. The
great agricultural interests of the country,
and especially those States situated in' the
valley of the Mississippi and arouid the
Gulf of Mexico, have; been toiled By her
for nioro than fifty years. The instincLof
empire, stimulated by the example of amcUd-
' merit will arouse this" interest to circum
scribe a power so full of exaction and pro
hibition.. Such reform! WQahl readily com
mend itself to the judgment as well as the
passions of men, and soon become an cle
ment of party warfare. Be cartful, then,
how yon lay the hand of innovation on this
part of the. Constitution.
The idea ofa certain class of politicians,
of confiscating the lands of the South aha
parceling them 'out among negroes and ad
venturers, has for its object the extermina
tion, of the present generation of Southern
whites, and shows the barbarous ammiorof
that most impracticable party. They
would adopt that same policy of irritation
which was attempted: by Elisabeth and
James in Ireland, and which has been fruit
ful only of heart-burning and -discontent 'to
.the present hour. ,
It is not the policy of the government to
"keep it pressed upon the mind' of tho
South that tber are subject to a gallg
yoke. Neither is it right. The peoplciof
the South when they havo once, given-in
their adhesion to' the government aroiaa
much freemen, as much entitled to protec
tion in the rights of self-government, aa any
portion of the North. There ia a broad dis
tinction between power and right, and whilo
the government possesses the power, she
should exercise it in subordination to thiso
great principles pf democracy and republi
canism which constitute the basis of qur
system. It is a plain violation of' thescto
force upon the South any modification of
tier social condition, any politieai Mains not
sanctipned by her pcoplo throngh their law
Such a policy may drive a people to de
spair, may prepare the fuel for lighting
anew tne names of insurrection; trat vhll
never generate lovo for the government
which thus seeks to oppress them. True
statesmanship will' not attempt to succeed
bv' such means. A strict regard for' justice,
abatement of extreme pretensions J a steady
enprf to. snow, uieoouut' ttiai uio war was,
not waged out of hatred to her nconle. but
only for the preservation pf tile national
territory' unfracturedr a careful regard for
tier interests in common witb Hioseof the
other States, these! believe. w the, oilv
means wliich will ever., sticoeod a efeiiter-
atlrig' the silent' feal cerroitHeeBiGrierf of
a Sflg T. I. -1 . r
crrura, wruuin, aim Baueruies; oi coaculg
.1 1.. . 'r tii.j.i '.1 j 0
iuo uecp scam ui civil uitxxnuieu ami warm
ing the estranged hearts of Dfir countrynien
towards a common government ,oncc more.
inc expressed desire ot tlio tioutli, if con
quered, to belong to a strong government,
and her readiness to resent the imagined
injury inflicted upon her by tho neutrality
of tho European, powers, should be wisely
taken advantago of to revive and rivet the
We ask indemnity from England for tho
.ravages of anglo-rcbel cruisew. Wc protest
against the establishment of. a monarchy on
the ruins of the Mexican republic, and wo
are anxious to preserve tne" national faitn
and lessen the evils of a redundant currency.
A cordial reunion of thq States will do more
to settle our foreign complications than 'tan
army with banners." It would stimulate
revival of our industrial pursuits and divert
into new channels a. portion of our paper
jssuch. jv wouiu encuuragu .a specuy anu
active cultivation of the lands of the Sotith,
add lilrgely to the public revenue, and in
crease the basis of security for the payment
ot uic public debt, wno can Hesitate to co
operate for such a purposer-to restore ihe
Union, to reunite a people, to .re-establish an
empire of free .Commonwealths, and make it
irresistible, arid Imperishable 7 And yet the
caucus. of tne dominant party originated tho
joint resolution and tne commit tec of cltuen,
to which is committed without debate wliat
evcr relates immediately or remotely to Ihe
restoration of tho Union. A policy tku3
struck out in advance of the menage has
forestalled the action of Congress, and virtu
ally notified the President that the "in
formation of the state of the Union" which'
the Constitution requires Jura to give is fan
material and disregarded. It presumed the
States in which insurrection lately prevailed
to be no States, and in consequence, thatiall
hw acta looking to their restoration were
mine rise and progress Ot this war wc
have seen a frightful dweiavof the wild ind
reckless passions of our nature, manifesting
iron in prusenpuon, cofiuscauofl, anu an
Utter disregard of the rights of person and
property, of freedom of speech and-publsca-tion,
and of trial by jury. If we look bick
to the instructive Tecords of that Common
wealth which was the greatest which pre
ceded our own, we find that when once a fac
tion which dominated resorted to proscrip
tion and the. gratification of Malignant pas
sion this was. the uataral excuse or tbe op
posite taction, on succeeding to power, of 're
taliating the same abuses. Sylla was the
leader in this sanguinary policy. Then! it
was frceljr resorted to by Maris and,' by
Cinna. Even Cicero, with all Ids high-ton ed
principles, descended to this abuse in tne
punishment, without law, of the Catiliniaa
conspirators. A reaction was tho natural
coBeequence. The infliction of ptisishBaent
contrary to law excited. asympatkr with the
vicJoufl, and Cicero himself was soon atuf-
fercr by the same code. Ihe event proved
the wisdom' of Julius uesar, wno in the1 sea
ate counseled modetaoa m at all tisaes the
true nolicri It not ilatrvrt raua tka
value of Caesar's couneel that he was himeelf
uxemminaiai m itirn Kir corruption nau be-
come too general ana aeep seMed to admit
of any but a fereibie remedy and tfiat
tlirough wich a horrible hhjliway of .Wood
Uic republic became merged in the empire.
, . , . ... .
May -we not ask. do thews extra-conrtitutiea-al
and unlawful acta" upon the pert of bur
rulers mark th step, of a like progrecs on
our part toward the repose of abs&lutitffa ?
AVouldit not beiar better in, this con
dition of things id repeal this sweeping and
revolutionary csu fiscal ion law ? I'or. what
klhe eed and ofejeetof that act? If it h a
punishment, then 1 aw unified by ine.Pta
ton of Montesquieu, that all such punish
ment are aawise. The following is the
ianguace whkh he ase in hk "Spirit, of
"As soon as a republic has comy-wod the
destruction of those who Wanted to subvert
it, there should be an end of exawjW, a
wtimeats, arw even ox rtnrttrm.
" Great wauinhmentK, and coasenaeatly
great sksofss, auwet take plsee wilt wit in
vatincf9MeeM9M wkh too mat newer.
Jt m thewfere wore advkwbk fa hk cms te
exeeeci ia JeaKv 'jam m sevsrrty; ... hamuli
hot Jew rather j than Mayf mi Hi leave
aMMhi MimiMV mf WBiLir-iaM T2nZ m.
ttme of Mvwigiag the ppwWeTs mm. thC
tWftwrt'twW iMaWtik . lyiiaay:' The
li ' J, J .1 i. 4
.. mat m sww, swa hv
rebellion. They ought to return as. quickly
as possible into tha usual track of gef
ment, hi wliich every one is protected by the
laws, and nd oae opprcsed.'j
AVc must remember that ia the struggle
through which we have pawed a iiittiea of
our people have heeif slaia, mi aMoer
others the WsshingtoiM, dtMehatla'asM
Moarocs; and that virgLjia hs? been oeso
lated and dlunembered. 'It was' this Me
Virginia that, in the struggle of M76,
marched to the relief of Massachusetts. ' In
that eventful conflict she was to Masea
chusetU as tho shield of Achitks to the
Greeks. She furnished tho author of the
Declaration aed thelcadcr of the CBriwt-l
amy which acrried the revoluticst to
aad afterward tho statesman who laid' the
foundation of the Government.
The lkpublican party has accompiished
its mission, which was the abolition, ot
slavery. Tor the rest there U najbegoiiiily '
bond of union among, its members. The
,nutncrpu.t propoaitibns to amend the Con
stitution arc but tliosignals of distress, while ,
the despairing cry isheanfrom every portal.
The. Democracy have no changes to make, j
Their principles are identical with the pros
perity of the country, .and are as perpetual
as the government itself. They havo only
to adhere to those principle, in the breadth
and yigor with which tliev wero thus, an-
nounccd in Mr. Jefferson's Inaugarai r
J Equal and exact jastice to all men, of
wnetever state or persuasion, religiose oc po
litical ; peace, commerce, and honest rrwml
ship with all nations, entangling alliaaeoo j
with none : the support ot the State gmn- '
menu in all their nghti, S3 the mont-rHa-pctent
adminiatrators of OUT dOKCH4k Gtw
cerru, and tha surest bulwark a.gMWati
repubfican tendencies; the rresei-vilibw of
the General Government in iU const! tuliol
vigor, as the sheet-anchor of onr peticuat
home and safety abroad j. a jealouif oirc of
the rights of election by the people, a Hd
and safe correctivo of abuses which are
lopped by tho sword of revolution, when
peaceable, remedies aro unprovided r absolute
acquiescence in tho decisioae of the major
ity, the vital principle of republics, from
which is no appeal Dut to force, the vital
principle and immediate parent of despotism;
a well disciplined militia, our best reliimce
in peace, and for tho first moments of war,
till regulars may relieve them ; the WJH Cftl
acy of tho civil over tho military authority;
economy in the public expenses, that labor
may bo lightly burdened, tho honest pay
ment of our debts, and sacred preservation
of tho public faith ; encouragement of ag
riculture, and of commerce as its hand
maid; the diffusion of information, acd: ar
raignment of all abuns at tho bar of tho
public reason ; freedom cf religion, freedom
of tho press, and freedom of person, under
the protection of tho habeas corvus; and trial
by juries impartially selected."
These, Mr. Speaker, arc the immutable
principles of eternal justice, and. must be re
cognized as tho governing law of our race.
Tho disorganization of society iinhaeed by
tho" lato struggle, and tha dcmoralMng spirit
of plunder which is abroad la tho lMMiraay
for a time retard their adoption, but their
full and general recognition cannot loac be
delayed. In the language of Henry Clay,
" truth Is inevitable and public jwice
In restoring to order tha seattered parts of
a government and pcopls; rctcrpiag' te peace
after a terrible civil war. tho winciplea of
justice must bo preserved; with a just
sense ot right, and witii a comprehensive
view, wo must not only Torgetthe jfc but
wo must, by on equal "distribution of the
benefits as well as tho burdens of govern
ment, make it tho intcrct.t of all seetkxM to
uphold and defend it. 8xk interest k 'the
great regulating principle-, the trae bowdcf
Union; tho cohesive power -that holds' ov
ernmcnts together, and makes'h riatfon tygly
great and prosperous. For atiaie'the South
cm States may be denied tho privileges of a
reunion, and of a reprcsentstioa, otr'this
floor; the writ Of habeas corpus Bwybesas
pended ; alhitrary'arresta may be renewed ;
military commissions continued, and the cry
of on unbridled fanaticism heard orerr tho
voice of struggling justice; but so certainly
as the waters find their level, or the Magnet
points to tho pole, will thai spirit Of-liberty
and independence which the Alihy bkw
Into our nostrils with the breath of Hw con
duct our principles to final triumph.
The XmIw tpUoH fti- TrfHtfrn X
"KatMPi lttt JCttratur Auliiiit Mt
XpoleeIc rsllcy A jTrmek Jeerml
Speak It XtiHl-Tke it4bt "Way to
IK'velep and xpaiHt Hie XjHh Knee.
From the Paris Journal des Debits, Jan, 12.1
What will become of Mexico 71 What can
become of it? Great mystery hidden Iri tha
depths of t!i6 future! Wo seek not' to-penetrate
it. Only wo wish that Mexico had not
becomo such an embarrassing matter to us
and an obligation originating in a fafce point
of honor, and wo shall hold ourselves fortu
nate if, so far as Franco is concerned, our
experience, commenced with loyalty and
continued with courage, Is conducted aad
ended without obstinacy. In rcieace, nega
tive matters, patiently proved and reeetutely
ccceptcd, have as much Importance at feols
tivd facts. It should be tho same ia polities.
Wo recognize, without hesitation, the
grandeur of tho problems which the Mexican
aucstion originates. They are probing of
iffercnt kinds, and all important. J One
problem of political science la: Whet tune
uo a people, half doting and half Kwaw
and consumed by anarchy, as ihepeepfe of
Mexico, require to restore order aad ibuad
its own government?
Another problem Is: is the jimnm
population of Mexico sufficiently aataerowt
to create and nutain a purely European
Government, or fa the union of the twd wees
the European race and the race of mixJ
blood sufficiently nrosresaed so that this
nation, half Spanish and half Indhwv may
be capablo foriU part of cre-tbsf anil sus
taining a Government analogous to Mi1 ek
menta? The problems of political ethaeloaar are
not less interesting. Should the Latmraee
watclt with jealousy tho expansion of the
Germanic race in America? Shewld' it seek
to counterbalance it at every peneZ Is it for
us that is. Franco whose origin is half
Latin and half Germanic, to forcibly main
tain this difficult equilibrium? If the Latin
race has tho same power of expansion, as the
Germanic, let-it show it by iadi vidua! efforts.
Let it emigrate; let it colonise. It is by ac
tivity and endurance tnat csca -alios ex
pands and occupies a larger "settle of the
space on which the sua nums. Jf oa the
contrary, the Latin race has not .the lift of
expansion; if it is more domestic aad Um
adventuroa, UH to replace emigratfcm by
armed expeditions? Is it to mmte aaaqateti
ia place of colonics? Is it cbliyJ to carry
cannon, ever and everywjie-, goaMflj it
knows, not how to mahage the awritate?
What a sanguinary acd u vaMamtg ' mIamoa
it takes on ltsclt And, aUl agwa, k k for
us is it for France to be tha.inipiBiiBt of
this bloody vocation? Intro we are worth
more than thai, acd wiiraaaet ecwaiam oar-
aelves to be Jaanlasaiieaqf Eatia'asw.
They tell as of the agraaiikwaeat and
arabkioBof the United States, mi of tit.
terrible and mighty shock that is to oeeor
between America and Europe. aMfe wwt
culpable and impolitic ha ast 'prsMaf by
the aid whkh it found la us. Barftokhn
ahaa4oned.ua to ourselves froaiths btfjniay
of the struggle.
After showing the ImpearfrahM aaesr-
taiatr which h-nea over the hitut ef Max-
tot), despite tae thousand j
.a . . . ..
and the.-jouMBd Imlliant ivwtmm mm to
it. Jet bsj trr to see tho erioas mm aataal
dangers which threaten French pefcry as
America and which make aa wwk Neat aw
Governmeai would take one oc aW ttsW of
these two rwolutloa--either te : tinMhr aaa-
ment our army of occupation in Mmim m
orderto prepare against adjacent peefk, r
to take counsel as to the most "mmM1 mi
sioit proaipt sseans for the waoaaiin ef a
country where we are, damilta mnniytm.
subjecte4to the alternative eithsr oCtomg
everything or doing nothing at aft. ' '
The TiXEGBAPir. The piDpgiiitktt of
enquiring into the expediency of aiinfag the
tciegwpti in conncctioa wkh the ilw
eyea Is uader coasiderattoa hy MteSttwa
Port O&ee CommlKekWi laiagiea. 'Sw
sral pcewlaent-prtlea !a the imtmrni tit the
preet teWgraphie iysai ate 'Aw flypw
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