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Washington special dispatches to tbo Cincin
nati Gazette t3.ni "Tho message come in fit ono
o clock, and lay upon the Utile four hours, while
the Stockton case was pending, and Ions before
that time it had l)n circulated through the
Chamber, and read by such Senators and Itcprc
sentatives as wcro deposited to look it through,
After it had been formally read by Colonel For
ncy, the President's special friends sought to force
an adjournment. This, however, was resisted by
the majority, who meant to pass the bill over the
veto to-night, A call of the yeas and nays ro--vealed
the fact that Messrs. Grimes andUirkwood
had left tho Chamber. This left the Union men
without sufficient strength, and they wcro conse
quently oblired to adjourn." It is understood
that Senator Stockton, of .New Jersey, was ex
pclled from his scat for tho express purpose of
passing the bill over the veto. To accomplish
this it was necessary that one of their number,
who had paired off with an absent friend of Mr.
Stockton", should disregard his pledge to rote for
the expulsion. The hotels and public places were
full of excitement.
Mr. Moulton, a member of the Ilouse, as-
sailed the President in a speech in bitter terms,
saying that " ho would not only so down to pos
tcrity as the betrayer of his party, but as an In-
crate infamous Iii alt time to come."
The Washington sorrcspondent .of the 3few
fork JCttet says; "It may bo that the sagacity of
the Socrotary of State Is at fault, and that ho is
laboring nndcr misinformation: it may bo that
Canada is really threatened with a great danger.
and that tho plans for its capture by tho Sweeny
ans will be successfully carried out ; ffut it Is cer
tain that Mr. Seward regards the whole thing as a
delusion and a sham. In a recent interview with
ths British minister, the Secretary of Stato garo
to Sir Frederick Brace the mostconvincingproofs
that he knew all about the movements of the Fo-
nlans, not only in New York, Philadelphia and
Chicago, but at all other points; and that his
measures are sowoll taken that ho can lay his
hand upon tho leaders, at any time, and at a mo
ment's notice. But ho assured tho English ruin
liter, in subitauce, that there was 'no ground for
apprehension or alarm; that tho Swecnyansdid
not intend to make any armed demonstration
agidnat cither Canada or Ireland; and thattbo
solo design of the leaders of tho movement was to
soeure to themselves, and fur their own benefit.
the immenso sums of money that still keep pout?
ing into their treasury."
Certain persons residing in the so-called Con
federato States, during the rebellion, and who had
a domicil in said States beforo tho civil war and
during its continuance, now como and demand of
the Government balances which they allege wcro
duo and parablo to them, before said civil war
began; but tho second Comptroller of tlie Trca
nury has decided that they aro not lawfully enti
tied to tho payment of these balances. The laws
of nations, the laws of Congress and the decisions
oftio Supreme Court, he says, justify that opi
Tho Chicago Evening Journal, a Republican
paper which supported tho President's first veto.
condemns the second, and oxpresses a wish that
Congress will re-enact tho Civil Rights Bill.
Another sevcro shock of earthquake was felt
in California day before yesterday. It was tho
most violent experienced inco that of October
last; but little domago resulted from lU
The Ohio House of Representatives bus pass
ed Dangler's Mil for the inspection of gas meters.
protection of gas consumers, nnd tho protection
and rcgulallon of gas companies.
An unsuccessful attempt to fire tho freight
depot of the Indianapolis and Cincinnati Rail
road, at Indianapolis, was made night beforo last
Tho incendiary, who had been discharged by tho
Company, was caught in tho "act of kindling tho
Tho Republicans called a meeting at Port
land, Oregon, to Indorse .President Johnson, when
Governor Gibbs, who was present, oroso and de
nounced theniccting as a meeting of Copporhcads.
He, with others, then retired.
A merchant tailor of St. Paul, who was a
church member in good standing, and Superin
tendent of a Sabbath school, eloped a dny or two
rincc, with tho Caucasian wifo of a colored gen
tleman. Thi attachment which led to tho affair
is said to havo been formed in Illinois years ago,
He leaves a large family.
A convention is to be held in Clarksburg,
West Virginia, on tho twelfth of April, to organ
ise opposition to thelproscntlRadlcal despotism in
The snow-storm in Canada lost Wednesday
was the most sevcro for years. Tho entire month
of March has been unusually stormy all over tho
Northern and Eastern States and Provinces.
Two children in Chicago have been poisoned
by putting a cird photograph in their mouths.
Ono has died, tho other is very low.
Tliero Is a plague of mico this spring in Ohio.
Tbey havo attacked tho fruit trees in sotno sec
tions, and destroyed over fivo thousand trees.
Thoy are so thick that In passing through tho
fields in eomo places they scatter beforo you In
Pennsylvania is the only Stale, thus far,
which has actually assumed tho care of tho child
ren of her dead soldiers, Tand 2,000 of theso aro
raw in school in the Stato.
Tho Vicksbarg Jhrnll publishes tho follow
ing extract from a privato loiter from an officer in
tho army, dated New Orleans, March .13 : "Offi
cial news that the cholera has broken out in Key
W est has reached us. Surgeon Taylor and six
teen men are down with it."
The peoplo of Vleksburg Jaro much alarmed
at the high water. The Journal says the river Is
advancing steadily, and already encroaching on
Grove street, covering half on aero. The plant
ers ore In tho greatest alarm, and there is every
indication that tho river will break tho levcoaud
overflow the country.
General Clement Evans, latoof tho Confed
erate army, is now tho Rov. Clement Evans of tho
Georgia Conference, and pastor cf tho Methodist
Episcopal Church South, in Bartow county.,
Mrs. Harris, wlro of Gen. Thomas A.Harris
and youngest daughter of Commodore David Por
ter, died at Richmond on Friday.
Ex-Governor Lowe,of Maryland, has received
pardon from tho President.
Slnco the closa of the war, a number of
Southerns: have settled In British Honduras, and
0 far as heard from, have dono very well. They
bow propose a line of steabers to New Orleans.
The fisheries on tho North Carolina sounds
or said to be in full operation, and there aro ex
cellent prospeott of an" abundant supply of herring
tho coming season.
The Georgia Legislature has psned the stay
law over tho Governor's veto, and a law punish
Ishing horse stealing and burglary with death.
The Rev.T. D. YVtthcrspoonhiiiboen Install
ed pastor of tho Second Presbylevian Church, in
A dispatch from Chattanooga says: The fol
lowing named Commissioners, Chas. K. Lewis, R.
Henderson, W. B. Gaw, John O. Long, A. B.
Johnson, E. R. James, Joseph Ruohs, W. B.
IUthbum.T. W. Yardlcy. N. H. Burt, prominent
ciUtcns of this city, leave hero to-morrow morn
ing for Cincinnati, to confer with tho Board of
Trado on matters pertaining to the construction
of a railroad from Chattanoogt. to Cincinnati.
Over two hundred thousand dollars, besides sev
eral thousand acres of land, were donated, and
the rigat of way through the city granted.
A very destructive tiro occurred at Lebanon,
Indiana, on Tuesday night last, burning six busi
ness buildings, occupied by three dry goods stores,
two groceries, partially a printing office. Mosonio
Hall, ono dry goods store, and some professional
offices. Total loss estimated at about $50,000. In
surance, about $15,000.
The Supreme Court of Wisconsin has deeldcd
that tho amendment to the State Constitution,
adopted In 18t9, confers the right, of sufierage on
the colored population, thus reversing tho doai
slonof the lower court.
Governor Fcntou, of New York, has declined
to make a requisition on Governor Worth, of
North Carolina, for the return of a fugitive from
Jutieo, on tho ground that he cannot rceogulto
North Carolina as a Stato in the Union.
The bankrupt blll.was defeated in the House
yesterday, by a roto of fifty-nine to seventy-three.
Its opponents nerd not congratulate themselves
On the Hth a severe firo occurred atNatchex,
Gangs of negro noldlers were at tho fire, armed,
and refused to help extinguish the flames, but
were busy stealing, and would threaten to shoot
any one who intcrferrcd with them: A lot of
wtlsky was rolled cnt,wblch tho negroes took pos
session or and drank freely, aflor which negro dis
turbances and rioting were kept up all night.
Two policcmcnj-about daylight, arrested a negro,
nnd, while conducting him to jail, tbey were fired
upon by a squad of blacks, and Martin Garrity
killed- Soon aftw .this Cob MrCoU) appeared
with a company of cavalry and drove th a negroes'
Information has been received at Tallahassee
of the extstenco of cholera at Key West. The
troops stationed there are to be removed to Tam
pa In consequence.
The Memphis Argus says Gen. Stoncmon has
sent troops to Tennessee river to investigate the
bushwhacking troubles. They will be stationed
At Savannah. The Southwestern Express Com
pasty o'rganbedMn tLU'eltr yesterday with Ocu.
Marcos Wright td President. A dry dock com
pany hat boen organised and will go to work Immediately.
ANOTHER SKCF-SSIOV; MOVEMENT IN
The Radicals in Tennessee are not satuv
Bed with the putting dovn of the rebellidn
with the overthrow of the doctrine of seces-
dion and with, the restoration of the Union
Their demand is for unquestioned and unlim
ited power thg control of all 'the .offices
the enjoyment of all the patronage and the
thorough disfranchisement of all who stand
in their way to these 'ends. They arc not
willing that suolyncn as Andrew Johnson
shall iill the Presidential chair that fiucli
men ns CwnpWllfojjar.-Thomnanddt
wich shall rcprcscm'lhe'Statc iii Congress
or that such men as Witi. B. Lewis and the
noble men 'who have cb-tperaied nvilli tlilra
in the furtherance of a conservative State
policy, shall have a voio; in the Legislature
of Tennessee. Rule or rum is their mad
policy. The pious wish which Governor
Brownlow cxpresscsifbr ICcntacky in follow
ing the lead of Andrew Johnson, tliat 'she
may "go to hell," extends with double force
to Tennessee, in the event of the failure of
the vulgar despotiiiahvlilcli they are seeking
to establish over her.
Among the many new expedients and
dernier resorts which -lavo been passing
through their brains, on) is to1 organize- a
separate State government cast of the motin
tains, where they can lia.ve undisputed
away. An intimation of I his sort was thrown
out by the Governor in his recent proclama
tion. A similar intimation, through private
circles, had reached us some weeks since.
We have also heard that the present trip of
the Governor to East Tennessee wag in the
interest of such a movement. We have it
now more "boldly avowed by a correspondent
from Knoxville to the Cincinnati Gazette
the Radical organ of thai city.
It is notour purpose at present to discuss
IhisliltlerelcUion in embryo. We mainly de
sire to awaken the attention of all truly loyal
people loyal to the future, not to the past
to tho revolutionary and destructive pur
poses which, these bad men have in view,
and which they would not hesitate to carry
out if it was in their power. "Vc should be
no less vigilant than they are desperate, or
we will be compelled to sabmit to a perpet
uation of the evils with which the country
has been afflicted for the past four years.
The Knoxville letter-writer alluded to
Thoro is a urctty ccnoral feeling among loyal
EastTcnncssceansat present in favor of a separa
tion of our end of tho State from the middle and
western divisions. If wo aro to ho considered
disloyal, and not entitled td representation, he
causo of our connection with Middle and West
Tennessee, we think we have a just causo for such
a course. Here, in East Ttnncnjee.no man ex
cept a thoroughly loyal man can bo elected to any
oflice within tho gift of the people. A rebel
stands just as good a chanco to be elected by tho
Iieople ol Massachusetts to tin omce oi trust ana
lonorasin East Tennessee. Let us form a sepa
rate State of Host Tennosco. and we will elect a
Union Governor, Union Senators, Union Repre
sentative", Union Legislator. Union Judges, nnd
Union everything else. Mtiilo if we remain
connected with tho other portions of tho
State, in all probability at tho very first
election of State officer. ihould the clectivo
franchise, bo extended to tho "reconstructed," wo
will have rebels elected to control us. Then what
will our condition bo? AY'horein will it bo better
than during the dark days of rebellion? Truo
we may not be hunted up nnd conscripted; forced
at the point of the bayonet into an army whose
object is to destroy our frieiids. but our inoutlH
will be dosed, nnd our hands tied so fur as the af
fairs of tho Government art concerned. Union
men of tho South should loo t well to their inter
ests in Tcuncsseo, tho time may come when East
Tcnncssceans will be compelled U adopt the
courso spoken of above; and should" Fuch bo the
case. Congress must sustain her. We look with
prldo on much of the past history of tho Volun
tecr ouiiu, nnu woum grievr 10 ee uer nevcruu i
but rather than bear thcnunli hmcnt that If! meted
out to the dirloynl, and ratlu r than identify our
selves as ono oi liicin, wo would lavur separation.
The Connecticut election which takes
place on Monday next if attracting atten
tion. Knslish i3 tho Conservative ur.d
Johnson candidate. Ilawley is the Radical
candidate. Both parties arc working like
beavers. Both have sought to bring admin
istration influence to bear in their favor.
Hawlcy and his friends, while opposing tho
President, have been attempting to cozen
hini into an indorsement, and hoodwink the
people who support the President's enlarged
and liberal policy, into their ranks. For
this purpose letters havn been written to
"Washington, and Ilawley himself has made
a pilgrimage. But the President under
stands tho situation. A Ilawley postmaster
tendered his resignation, because ho was
chairman of the Radical committee, and it
tros accepted. Another postmaster support
ing English tendered his, mdil tws declined.
"What Andjiew Johnson doesn't know
alioul elections, is not worth knowing.
There's no Yankee in JCmv England sharp
enough to teach him anything on this
Tho result in this State is doubtful. "We
hope for the election of the Conservative
candidate, but fear that tho fumes of thohor
rihle intoxication which ncizcd New Eng
land have not yet passed away, .
"We presume that Maj. Liaris will not deem
it necessary to reply to the J art disjointed and
incoherent circular of the Radical candidate.
In attempting to parry tho statements of
Major Lewis, he loses himself in the mazes
of a confusion worse than confounded, nnd
there he will remain until the voice of the
people on Saturday recalls him to his senses.
It is well the election is so near at hand, for
each succeeding speech and circular shows
increasing weakening of the intellect. Two
weeks more of such a strain would put him
in the lunatic asylum.
Judge, do you know you are running
against Major Lewis for a scat in the Legis
lature, and that the franchise bill is the
question beforo the people? You have made
one or two speeches and published several
circulars, but no ono knowi, yet whether you
are in favor of tho franchuc bill or not. If
you havo not parted with your senses en
tirely, say yes or no, and have dono with jt !
The Radical candidate complains that all
tho papers of this city except one support
his competitor. Let him be comforted. The
Cincinnati Gazette comes tc his relief as wit
ness tho following:
Special Dispatch to tho Cincir natt Gazette.
NisnviLLE. March 27. Jud re M.'McT!rien. van-'
didate forthe Legislature, in.i io a speech to-night
on tho Public Square;
ine juago plainly intmjitcu mat, inougn
beaten by disloyal rotes he would con-
tnst his opponent' seat. Ho said that rebels
denouueo him as a ltadieal, bat he docs not Tear
that term. If to be in favor f loyal men is to bo
a Itadieal. thou he acknowledged that the term
applied to him : and he is Ksdioal enough to bo-
ilcvo that treason should bi in ail o odious and
traitors punished, and their liroperty confiscated
to help pay tho expenses of the war.
Judge "McBrion" that's good. Oh, the
"rich Irish brogue." A fnw years ago it was
"O'Brien," McO'Brien, OVSrcBrijn, Mc
Brion 0', O'Briens Mc, i; won't do, Judge.
You arc ncillicr an Irishman nor a Fenian.
You are nothing but plain Bui en a Ten
nessee Radical howling for tho punishment
and the confiscation of ths property of your
"TlrEtblack:peple'8 convention which as
sembled af Lexington, 1 Ky., lait' week,
adoptetira preamble dechririg:
Wchave faith in the Intelligence and intarritv
of tho great mass of the Amtrltan people."
"U hnr not lout ponfi.lrt.lcn in the Pretiilrnt
of the United States.' 1
llrnlenl. That tho callantand hcroio behavior
of the colored soldiers of ths army in the'late re
bellion, is worthy of their ntble sires, who fought
the battles of this country, ti her struggles for in
dependence and the war of '1812."
Igood, for the black people.
The Veto. Wo present .in a full and
corrected form this morning, the' message of
the President to tho Snatc, disapproving
the Civil Rights bill. The report which
was only partially published on yesterday
was very imperfect As now presented it is
all-sufficient to satisfy evtry reasonable mind
that the viewu;and actSta of the President
are sustained by an ai;ray of logic and of
principles which must b impregnable.
THE WAS OX THE COSTITsjTI02f.
iCOXGRESS TK.V31 PJMlS toJI'OX THE
THE RADICAjti SCHEME
The Radical prognunme'fo displace the"
present Government of the United States,
and to institute a strange one in its place is
being developed in Congress as rapidly
circumstances will permit, ilicy now pro-
Iose to -themselves to eject from the' Con
gress en 9 ugh of their opponents to secure to
themselves a two-thirds vote upon all 'meas
ures which they deem important in the pros
ecution ot their schemes. A few days ago
Stevens decreed UialD- W. YoohniEa
should no longer occupy-the Seat which his
constituents awarded to him. The Commit
tee on .elections liavc more recently reported
under the spur on the heel of Stevens, that
James Brooks should not longer offend by
his presence, and obstruct by 'his labors th
efforts of the Radicals to overthrow the Con8
stitution, or further impede their new and
untried political system. lie will soon fol
low his co-Representative from Lidiana in
his exit from the National Councils. So far
as it lies in their power, the Radicals arc
resolved to expel from Congress all obsta
cles" lb the successful prosecution of thei
atrocious designs and are proceeding with
a hieh. and. ax present, an unrestrained
More recently the Senate has directed its
labors to the same end. The first case on
their records is that of Senator Stockton
of New Jersey. His right to a seat in that
body was so palpable and clear, that the
Senate refused to entertain favorably the
suggestion to turn him out; but that was
found-to militate against the possible success
of the deep-laid conspiracy to rob theSouth
ern States and people of their rights and
liberties under the Constitution, and is now:
undertroinir reconsideration. As to some of
the meriti of this particular case, and as
giving some of the salient points in the radr
cal programme, we append the following
extract from the latest letter to the Cincin
nati Commercial, frflm ' its Washington cor
"A few days more will. I think, furnish proof
that I was not mistaken in what L said in. my last
letter as to the programme ol operations agreed
upon by tho uadicals lor mo saKe oi securing :
tiFn.ttimUvntn in the Senate. It embraces th
unseating of Mr. Stockton, of Ncw Jersey, and
tne immediate election oi a jiouicai in uis ncau
nn.l tlinrnortnaiflprntinn nf thfl TOtG for tllO admiS'
sion of Colorado, the Senators elect from this new
State" having bargained to wear tne nnuicai
collar in consideration of their pay and mileage,
The Senate, at present, consists ot fifty members,
nr tlir hir v.fnnr aro necessary to nass aconsti-
tutioual amendment, or override a veto, in full
Senate. , .
Taking the vote on the Frecdmen's Bureau veto
as the criterion, and I preaumo the lines were as
tightly drawn then as thoy are iiKeiy to oe on any
niher mwaiinn. ftliirlv to cichtcen. with one Kad-
Ical and ono Uemocrat absent, makinc; tho vote
really tmrty-one to nineteen,; ine nauicais with
threo " conversions" to make to carry their point.
They have already made ono in tho person of Sir.
Stewart, of Nevada, which puts tho vote now. in
a full Senate, thirty-two to eighteen. When they
oust Mr. Stockton, they will have thirty-two to
sovcntecn, anu wuen ins suceessuna cicuiuu. "
tv.thrxa fn rvntMn. Then, when they ndmil
Colorado, they will have all they desire, and will
rejoice in thirty-livo to fifteen, l'coplo who ex
pect tho Senate to admit Tcnncsseo or any other
Southern State during tne present session, win
iJm,. Im.p in miml thnt it. miffh't insihlr disturb
tho' harmony of tho Jtadical arrangements. It
would certainly intorfero with the plans the Rad
icals havo perfected at a great sacrifice of princi
pie nnd labor to secure a two-minis vote.
Tim nf Mr. Ktncktnn is now under ' dis
cushion " in tho Senate if you can call anything a
i 1-1 : . i t i : ...it r n
uiscussiun wmcu IS uuf IUU WUJ m "
scheme agreed upon in party caucus, and in which
thn merit nf inn iMn harn nothing whatever to
do. It was not until a wecKortwo ago that tho
the Radicals began to nucstinn tho validity of Jr.
Stockton's election. Ho had been hero sinco the
commencement of tho session, his cae had been
referred to tho Judiciary Committee, six members
out of seven of which had reported in its favor,
tho dissenting ono being fllr. Clark, of how
Hampshire. Hut recently it was found that some
tliintr must bn ilnne In weaken the ounosltion side,
and Mr. Stockton's case was thought to afford a
Mr. Stockton was elected by a plurality vote of
forty out of eighty-one, in a joint convention,
which had previously declared by forty-one to
forty owing to repeated failures to elect a major
ity candidate that a plurality vote should elect,
Thn RmliVnl with tho cxceiition of Mr. Trum
bull, nnd Iwb or three others, who aro members
of tho Judiciary Committee, insist that tho joint
convention had no right to adopt that rule. They
mltnit thnt the Lcurislaturo had a right to pass
nrucn a rule lor mc government tu iuo convention
Phut lr-nv thnt tho rnnrnntion. which consisted O
thn tiro limiics nt the i.eeis aturc. nou any sucn
right, notwithstanding the Constitution of Jvew
Jersey declares the joint convention to bo tho Le
gislature. In Stockton's caso tho Judiciary Com
mittee have reported very favorably for him, but
"emergencies have arisen in tho Kadual party
sinco that report was made, and it will probably
bo decided by tho Senate, in a day or two, that
the better to secure tho great and philanthrou;
cnrUrnrwliic.li the Radicals have organized tb
Special Committee of fifteen, Air. Stockton must
return to Now Jersey."
A HARD KUI.i:.
A Radical paper, in defending the action
of Congress in passing the Civil Rights bill,
Finally, to counteract tho effect of certain bitter
but dying prejudices and class-natrcds, wincii no
tnr!milv prist in thn Southern States, wo need
some expedient, the simpler tho better, by which.
ir In any Stato or District, jUKtico is rciusci uy
tho local authorities, it shall, nevertheless, bo
dono by a higher power.
Are there no bitter prejudices and class-
hatreds to be corrected at the North? Is
there no expedient needed there, nlso, by
which, if justice Li refused by the local au
thorities, it shall, nevertheless, be aone by
higher power? In it not a bad rule that
wont work both ways ? Can wo be expected
to love a people that wont love us? Can
prejudices and hales be cured by arbitrary
and oppressive legislation ? These are per
tinent questions tint we would bo glad for
some candid man of tho Radical party to
answer. A fair consideration of them might
lead to salutary results.
""jBUOIVXtOW AND JOHXSOxTt
Wo extract the following from tho TTesf
icXe Post, a German paper of St. Louis :
Tho well known Parson Brownlow. the actual
Onvernor of Tennessee, in a letter to .Mr. Ivellev.
of Pennsylvania, has declared his opposition to the
President most energetically. Rrownlow being
tho very man that carried the nomination ot .Mr,
Johnson at Baltimore, his ounosition is very sig
nificant. " The same Brownlow is s;r to tell tho
same Johnson, that he (Johnson) is lost for the
union party and is at tho licad 01 tno rcticjs and
Thurihe traitor li indeed in his own State, and
tho Radical Unionists all over the country will
Tcpcat it louder as the reaction every day raises
lu wicKetl neatl wltn rreatcr lmnuucnco. it lull
ve nm( it a ttrono muuary nrsmmaUon ell orer
inr torTA an army 0 lie i ariinmcnt.
Tho italics, nro the Westliche Fo$?s.
Government RccelmM nnd Expcndl-
turoM In 1S05.
The New York Tribune publishes a long
detailed statement ot the receipts and ex
penditures of the" General Government du
ring last year:
Customs Sl3G.fi.15.16t 23
Public lands GTt.ftH 49
Direct tax... 741.ft7 44
Internal Revenue 2Sfi.'7,fW 13
..- $175,732,259 3G
Civil, foreign. Ac - --
Pensions and Indians-
Total....- x $T.095.179:S7 S7
Showing a deficiency for thoycar of '$619,417,03 51
which has been met by loans.
SEKSATioXAL.-'-At a meeting in the town
of Owyhee, Territory of Idaho, inhabited al
most exclusively by Northern men, the fol
lowing resolutions were passed. Strange to
say it has failed to produce any sensation
with tho negro-Joying papers, of (Jfew Eng
land. The Indian's misfortune is in the fact
that hh hair is not kinked r
JtrrolcrJ,Th&l three men be appointed to select
twenty-five men to go Indian hunting, and all
those who can fit themselvtout shall receive a
nominal sum for all the scalps that they may bring
in; and all who cannot fit thctnwlres out shall bo
fitted out by this committee, and when they bring
in scalps it shall be deducted out,
That for every buck scalp be paid $100, and for
every squaw scalp $50, and $2S".for everything In
thn shape of an Indian under ten years of age.
That each scalp shall hare the curl of the head,
and each man shall take an oath that said scalp
was taken by the company.
jWno is 1LIL Brie? Wo observe a
card with this signature discussing matters
connected with the election to-morrow. Who
is the Radical candidate ? I it M. XI. Brien,
or "O'Brien," SL H.Brion, or "McBriea."
There seems tp be as njucli confusion about
Uie jianic, as therols obscurity about his po
sition on the fianchise bill. Surely an old
moss-grown Know-nothing is not adding the
Mac to his name to catch Irish votes.
The dirty scribblers, for the Northern
..press, who, for a stipend, are nosing it around
through the South like a hungry rat after a
a rainy day, hunting for something, to feed
upon, are ill-at-ease whenever they get upon
-the subject of Southern women. They will
not dissemble. They have a natural repug
nance to this class of individuals, and they
speak it out. This is dreadful. One of these
traveling individuals has turned up at Ra
leigh, North Carolina, and furnishes tho
Cincinnati Commercial with his discoveries,
from -which-wc extract the following:
"You will notice that the harsh remarks I
have mentioned were made by Southern
women, not men. And therein we learn a
lesson in human nature. It is conceded by
niot writers, 1 liclieve, who have had any
thing to say on the spirit of the Southern
people, that the majority of those men who
fought in the rebel service, are not nearly
as far away from being reconstructed as the
latter day secessionists and stay-at-home
rebels. And as for the" Southern -aromen.
there is no doubt but they are as bad tem
pered toward the Norlh and "Yankees" as
thev ever were.
You remember the times, so often quoted,
illustrating the obstinacy of the "divine
eex," where the poet, after remarking how
useless it is to endeavor to change their Us,
X U 11 lUCjr Hill, luvjr n in, J uu ui.j ui'vuu vu
And if they won't, they won't, and there's an end
r : r i. :i i ,u -.lit n- t
And so it will ever be. Some one said of a
certain empire, that the Emperor ruled it,
but the Emperor's wife ruled him. Who
can tell how many Southerners were influ
enced by their wives and lady loves to em
brace the doctrine' of secession (politically of
t r? , . ? . lt . TT ? n Ttri.
course;, anu ngui against me.uniou i n iiu
knows but what the wife of Calhoun him
self suggested State rights, while dreaming
of lieroivn? What a truly great thing it
would be if the future historian would
obtain proofs that it was in a woman's and
not a man's head, that the idea of secession
originated 1 But I have said enough on this
subject. I onlv know that as far a3 1 havo
seen hero the women need to be reconstructed
more than the men."
IMOKE GOOD SEWS 1'ItOJI THE PKeS?
IDEXT IMl'OltTAXT DISCLOSURE.
From tho Memphis Argus.
The following statement, we have reason
to believe, is perfectly reliable:
"President Johnson has written a letter to
a friend, at one of the interior towns of West
Tennessee, in which he declares that he Is.
only waiting for Texas to do as the other
Southern States have done abolish slavery,
declare secession null and void. Sc., in or
der to issue his proclamation declaring a
general amnesty, and that the lately rebel
lious States, having complied with all the
requirements of the Government, have re
sumed all the relations to a completely res
tored Union, and are entitled to 'equal rights'
with all the other States. In a word, this
proclamation is to be all that the most ar
dent lovers of Peace and Union could desire
all that has been so long promised and ex
It i3 to end the war officially restore the
habeas corpus everywhere, and admit the
Southern members to Congress, subject only
to the constitutional right of that body to
examine into and decide upon the creden
tials and qualifications of each individual
member. In the letter referred to, the Pres
ident reiterates his determination to take no
step backward in the course of policy he
has marked out, and declares his hxed, un
alterable rcsobre to restore the Constitution
and the Union, nnd to carry out to their le
gitimate consequences and conclusions the
positions he has assumed. He intends firm
ly to see that all the, States have that repre
sentation in Congress to which the Constitu
tion entitles them, and to recognize a ma
jority of the Repnsentativea of all the
States as the Coxgbess."
In the same letter, it is said that the Pres
ident announces a policy he intends to pur
sue in regard to Tennessee, which, while we
deem it proper lor the present to withhold,
we mav assure our readers may at once tilt
our State up out of the mire of oppression
from an irresponsible oligarchy, and place
it by the side of the other Estates on the
platform of Equal Rights.
RIOT IX SfACOX TKOUniX WITH
THE A'EGRO SOLDIERS.
The following dispatch to the Cincinnati
Commercial gives the outlines to what we
suppose to be quite a serious-affair :
A very serious affair occurred in Macon
a riot. A difficulty Occurred at Vineville
(a suburb of "Macon), between a lad named
Kouert iioss and some negro soldiers. Uoss
was taken prisoner by the negroes, and
while being taken into Macon, was struck in
the head by a brickbat and severely bay
oneted. While passinjr throuch town, thev
were stopped by a Federal officer, who or
dered tho immediate release of Jsoss, and
had him conveyed to his father's residence.
His wounds are not considered fatal. During
tho altcrnoon crowds of young men coUect-
cd about the corners of the streets and in
the neighborhood of the headquarters of the
commandant, and it soon became evident
that trouble was brcwinc. It is not known
who fired the first shot but soon a perfect
lusuaue tooK place on Mulberry street..
lyiviuans as well as soldiers were obliged
to seek shelter from the volleys that were
fired at them. No one was killed ; three or
four were wounded. But it is supposed none
mortally. Guards were soon thrown out
frnm 1 no flnni rfnva An tlirvut it ff-vv Dfsaata I
and quiet restored. The good councils of
iuiijui vuiiiua anu o uuge oparits, anu mc
prudence of ,the officsrs in command was all
that prevented a mo3t deplorable not. May
or (Jollins nas called on Uol. liryant, the
commander, and has tho promise of an im
mediate investigation. The whole affair was
over in twenty or thirty minutes. The more
prudent citizens went promptly to the spot
and persuaded the lnliamed young men to
desist. These negro troops have been very'
insulting to the people of Macon since they
have been stationed there, making numer
ous threats of what they intended to do.
THE PRICE OF FEJIALE LABOR
Tho people of the North arc very much ex
ercised about the low price of negro labor at
the South. The following paragraph from a
incw lorK paper raises a question in our
mind as to the sincerity of their much talked
of phiianthrophy :
An incident occurred . a fow davs sinco. at tho
working omens union, JNO. bu unite street,
which will afford an illustration of tho prices paid
for female labor, and the dire necessity which
compels them to receive such compensation.
A neat, but noorlv clad, woman annlicd for
work. Ou being questioned as to the natnre of
the cinnlovmcnt she reauired. she stated that sho
had been making what aro called "hickory shirts,"
for a largo firm down town, which must be thor-
ouguiy nnisued tor nine cents a piece; and even
tins small compensation atlordetl nlty cents per
dozen moro than other lirms were paying. The
poor woman had a s -k husband and threo chil
dren to sunnort: and. fcclins encouraecd bv the
promiso of fifty cents per doien more than other
lirms wero paying, sno took a dozen home and
commenced work. After working faithfully all
day, she received as the result of bcr lahorour-
I a I KIT f,)lir- I
tren rn,U. It is to assist such women as theso I
that the Union was established: and
it is to be
hoped that tho public will award it a support
commensurate witn its noble designs.
It is rumored that Hon. George Lust,
of Boston, nt present one of the editors of
the Boston Post, has Wen appointed Profes
sor of -Mental and Moral Philosophy in
Washington Collogo, Yo., of which General
KonatT E. Lee is President. We trust it
may prove true. Mr. LireT is a scholar of
largo acquirements, and possesses an intel
lect oi comprehensive grasp, no .is a na
tional man in the true sense of the word.
Throughout the war, his journal maintained
lofty and independent tone, rebuking
without fear the malevolent fanaticism
which raged around itj and pointing to the
Constitution as the polar guide through all
the trouble. He is the author of a recent
able and, candid work.upon the causes of the
war, (Which should bo. a text-book to every
patriot If he should determine to accert,
ho would be welcomed to the "Qlii 'Domin
ion," and hailed as a worthy instructor of
A POOr WOCian mmMl n.rvtn w. fni,n,l
froicn to death Sunday morning by the side of the
junu.ucar me aimtnouse, ln iaunton, JUass.
If she Iiad been Llack it woul Jnare been
horrible, but aa she was white it was simply
tinforiunate. So ranch for color.
We find. In the AkenWn .CfS ih.t tn
Monroe county. rJsmes Patterson, a white man.
convicted or potty larceny, wis recently sentenced
to suspension by the thumbs two hour each day.
for two days." Uacrnrati CkamnciaL
Suppose his skin had been black what
would you have said of it ?
rpHKEE H00MS. in Union American Block,
JL snttaoie lor sleeping rooms. Inquire ot
HAS. MARTIN 4 CO.
FIFTEEN l'EK CEXT. INVESTMENT,
WE OFFER FOR SALE THOSE DESIRA
TtTTF! Ttnrl- Ttn IT A ia c
, , MAWW1UU1.1 .Mill 10, Vll UUW-
mer street, between Church and Broad, both in
elegant repair, and containing eight rooms in each,
besides basement and small dwellings, in the rear
alley. Thisvalnable property, so conveniently
and centrally located, will be sold for Cash at
nguresiuaiwut pay tno pnrenascr mtecn per cent,
on the investment. Also, Dwelling No. SI Cherry
biic-vi, iKiwciu vuiiEcu and uracil, nmiiriin
mediately to J. JL. i K. W. BROWN,
mar30 dlw 3Sj Union street.
, Wl .1. UUIU1UMMUVI . VW
Mas nou. ot the Estate of James Harris, deceased
having suggested to the Clerk of the County Court
of said county, tho insolvency of the said James
M. Harris, deceased, do therefore, notify all per-i
sons naving claims against tne tstateot tne said
deceased, to file the same with the Clerk of tho
County Court of said county.on or beforo tho 12th
a ay ot September next, dul&autnenticated a
prescribed bylaw for prorata distribution, crth
samo will bo lorever barred.
M.M. MASSE Y.
mar30 w3t Administrator, de banutnon.
rV MY SON. FRANCIS W. STONEKTNQ
KJ formerly of St. Louis, Missouri, who joined
the 10th Missouri" Cavalry, U.S. Army, and was
transferred toMerriU'sC&valry.sndwas discharg
ed the 19th of last ScDtcmben and who is now in
Nashville or Chattanooga. If ho will write mo at
JSew Haven, Mo., on Pacific railroad, I will fur
nish him money to return home, or if he will call
on me at the Nicholson House, in Nashville, in
two or tnree aays, l win be mere. Any intorma'
tion sent as above will bo thankfully received.
SL Louis Republican. Chattanooga Gazette.
please copy one time each, and send bill for$l
eaen to wis omce.
MRS. M.J. McPHEETERS.
mHE CHAIRMAN OF THE STREET COM
A MlTTEE requests us to givo notico that the
following Dronoials will be held oocn until tho
FOURTH OF APRIL tho advertisement hero-;
tofore giving notico that the proposals would
close on tho 17th of May instead of the 17th of
1st. For tho necessary earth ombankmcnt and
northwardly lrom Jefferson street ahovo high wa
2d. For the necessary earth embankment, cul
vert masonry, curbing and guttering required in
grading South Union street, between High and
Spruce streets. ,
3d. For the masonry foundation or other work
required in construction of bridgo across Lick
JJranch on llieli street.
4th. For tho construction of stone flagging or
bricK pavements tnrougnt tno city at sucn points
as tne Street committee may order.
Plans, estimates and specifications can bo seen
or other information obtained, at tho office of the
Cityshnginccr, No. 4 North Cherry street.
GEO. S. KINNEY.
mar30 3t Chairman Street Committee
THE SALE AT THE
will be continued: to-day,
Friday, March 30th.
10 COOKING RANGES;
10 " STOVES:
Quecnsware, Stove Furniture. Desks, Tablos,
and JMiscellanesus articles.
DR. DOUGLAS riLY'S
It AT, I, AND SOCKET JOIXTKD
Manufactory nnd Ofiico:
In the City Hall, North End of Market Building
rpHIS LEG has an advantage possessed by no
L other Artificial Leg, havingaI'orwnl mid
Side .tlotlon, the same as tho natural foot. Tho
Springs aro Rabbor, and consequently thero is no
rattling ns in other lees. The undcrsicned has
purcbased tne rignt to inannlacture this lice tor a
torm of years, and respcotlully refers tho public
to any ot nis patients in Kasbvtllc orvtcimtvwear
ing his make. lie is an experienced and practical
workman in tho art himself.and eivos his Dersonal
attention to everycaso. Ho also employs nono but
in'j most compuicni nanus.
Perfect Satisfaction fliinrniitcod In
nil CnscH, and refercn?o by name given whon-
Address Box O 7 C, Nashville.
JAMES W. MORTON,
mar30 3m Manufacturer.
1ST0. 25 AND 25 1-2
Opposite Sc-vancc Hotel.
T. A Tt n TP.
A TT O T T O IV S A
T0 CLOSE CONSIGNMENTS
W. H. LUCUS & CO.
TTrE WILL SELL FRIDAY MORNING,
VT March 30. INK. Trish Linens? fino tnhln
Nansooks: Mull, Swiss, Muslins, and R, Muslins:
1'in Japers; and Undies Jjrcss uoods, a good
Fine Ponlines: D'Laines: Crane Rereees: RercirB
Shawls: Cloths: Cassimers: Fivo Hundred Fancy
Hats: Ladies', Misses', and Childrcns, fine Soaps
and Perfumeries; Colongo.lEightecn baskets extra
Champagne Wine; Linen Handkerchiefs: Men's,,
Ladies', nnd Misses' Hose; Umbrellas; Parasols;
Whito Flannels; and a variety of small articles,
to close consignments.
Snlc nt 10 o'clock.
W. H. LUCUS & CO..
Commission Merchants, No. 25 nnd 25.
C n. GJ.Kn.NER.
G-AEDNER & CO.,
525 3IAIA STREET,
R. A. Shnpard. late of Shelby villc. Tennessee.
iswith this hrm and. will tako nleasure in waitinz
on his old friends. mar30 3m.
TIIOS.. WILS05. AETHUE PETES.
ESTABLISHED IN 1S17.
-v-rv-r-w -. r-.-r Tr.-mw, n "
IV II iNl I V KH.TH.K. (T III
" . ,
(Successors to Wilson, Starbird Smltb.)
AND IMPORTERS OF
And Dealers ic Paints, Oils, Window Glass .
and Ulass Ware. Tobacco, Snuflf,
COJIXEII OF HAIXAXD riFTU STREETS.
Proprietors of the Louisville Chemical Works.
MAKE YOUR OWX SOAP
BY SAVING AND USING YOUR
T3UY ONE BOX OF THE PENNSYLVANIA
JL Salt Manufacturing Company's SaponiSer, or
Concentrated Lye. It will make ten pounds of
excellent hard So.in. or 25 mtlnn. nf (ha rrrr host
Soft' Soap, for about 35 cents. Directions on each
box. For sale at all Drug and Grocery Stores,
and tar lots' at wholesale by
WILSON, PETER A CO.,
T ! 111- T.'
The Oldest Stand ia the West 1
D. F. HOGAN & A. DUTEIL,
Whclesale and Retail MannCscturers'of
Wigs, Sxdps.Braids md.&trU, and all oier
kinds of Hair Work.
An4lmp.jrten of Fancy Goods, Perfumery. Ac,
85 i ourth it between Main anAMarket,
Manner of UkingMetsure ofa Wig by any person:
1. Round the head , In 29 lines 6
2. From Ear to Ear. i 0 0
3. Temple to Temple . . 0 0
4. From Forehead to Nape Xi 0
5. From Temple to Temple 0 0
WX. J. rOHTEK.
NO. 15 TINE STREET.
West Side, Between Front andj Columbia,
B. W. WiSSOX,
Lato of Cochran. Wasson iTalbutt.
JESSE II. T1LEUTT.
Late of Paris, Ky..
JESSg w. PJQE.
Late of Nashville, Tenn.
Wasson, Talbutt & Page.,
Successors to Cochran. Wasson & Talbutt.
Manufacturer's Agents for the salo of Bagging
Oeiicr.il Commission and Produco
And Dealers in Flour, Hcrap, Oram, Seeds, Wool,
Feathers. Pork. Bacon, Lard, Ac.
Also. Exclusive agents for the salo of J. II. Tal
butt Jc Uo.'s Celebrated Pure Copper Whiskeys,
from Paris. Bourbon County. Ky..
No. 30 VINE ST., CINCINNATI. 0.
Jos. A. McAllister & Co., Nashville, Tennessee.
ilngn McLrae fc Uo
Evans. Kite Jfe Co.. "
Commercial Bank, Memphis, Tennessee.
layior, wen win, jjuko K i
Co.. Memphis, Tenn.
o. o. rnccrr.
JOS. B. GKBHABT,
PRUGII sk jLOWES,
Importers and Jobbers of Foreign and Domestic
TyvTiite Goods and Notions,
NO. 131 RACE STREET,
Between Third and Fourth Sts., Elsas New Block.
JOHN V. WATSO.V.
J03. I.. BEBO.
WATSON & BERG,
Xo.lSd Bate StreetfiCincinnati, 0.
nrr W HTNTTLE. FORMERLY OF NASn-
V . ville juid Louisville, is with tho above
house, and wTTl be pleased to see and wait-on his
friends and acquaintances.
If. E. BEAD.
liOBQAX, BE1C t CO.,
READ, MORGiiN & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
BOOTS AND SHOES,
138 Kace St., bet. 3d& 4tli,
J. F. DAVIS,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
Drugs, Paints, Oils,
Window Glass, Putty and Dyestuffs,
Between Vine and Bace Streets,
"VRDERS SOLICITED FROM THE SOUTII-
J ern Trade, and promptly attended to.
K. 11. SYEBS.
CAXXOX & BYER 8,1
AVholcsale Dealers in
Ladies' Misses' Hats, anil
MILLINE HI GOODS;
191 Main St. between 5tH and Cth, North Side,
lo.uisville, icy;' , '
A3 Orders will receive Prompt and faithful
Ulilliiicrs nnd Mcrclinnts
Who want to see the most complete stock of
Millonery and Fancy Goods
In tho West, should visit thohousa of
CANNON & BYE B.S,
LOUISVILLE. KY.. (
No. 191 Main street, between 5th and Ctb.
92" A large stock of Ladies' and Children's
Hats, trimmed, to which they call the special
attention ot jiercn&nts. -
A full assortment of all descriptions justj
Oak-Tanned Leather and Gum Belting, of all
wiuin, sept constantly on nana,
four A Co.' celebrated band .
II.13fII.TON A- C'TJX.VIXUirAX,
Dealere In Hardware,
13 North College Street. Nashville.
TAN BAKU WANTED,
We wish to purchase 1.500 Cordi of Chercut
Oak Bark. Proposals for delivery of same
will be received until istn April.
POTATOES! POTATOES II
-yp! HAVE JUST RECETAD ". .
100 Bnrrela IrlsU ?9tatoesr,
Which we will sell cheap for cash.
YRNP. A DORTCIT.
Corner of Front tnd Broad sts.
NEW S T 0 R JB,
Wall Paper, Paints, Colors, etc.
mHE STJRSCRIBER AVOl'Ll) INFORM ITIS
X friends and the public generally that he has j
o. 32 Clmreli Street,
Where can W fnnnd thn fltiMt ftvtinn nf Wall
Paper and Window Shades. Paints, Oils. Color.
Varnish i.rushes. Window Glass, etc.; Knslii-h and
quttod to call.
ACRES OF (1 ROUND, near the
Corporation of Chittunoora. Ten
nessee, and near tho Lands of Mr. Fulton and
Mr. Marner. A great bargain. Apply to
ANDEKSON, JOHNSON & SMITH.
raar2S-liu Jtcal Estate Agents. Nashville.
Chattanooga Qatetteuonv ona month nndnmd
bill to this office.
NOTICE TO S5I1PPJERS.
FREIGHT OFFICE, N. C. R. R
NisHvinK. March 2S, 1SCC ,
ON AND AND AFTER TO-MORROW, tho
29th insU, we will receive Freights from all
gointa ouconnectingRoads South of Chattanooga,
nippers are notified that we will not receive
Freiirht of anr descrintinn. un!f i"irh Pnelrhr
is plainly marked with the name of the consignee,
and direction, Ac As this rule will bo strictly
aanereu to. oninDcrs are earnestly reanesrea in
comply with iL as we do not wish to nut thorn tn
extra expense by sending their fcreight back to
them, onaccount of its not being properly marked,
Y. n. JONES.
coiiner Tninn and sk streets.
SILAS IT. 3IILLEE,
rpHE BURNET HOUSE IS TWO SQUARES
JL iromtne u.o.fliaii ana I'cnpics t.ineiMeara-
ers Landing, and very near tao J. U. J: C. II. A U.
R.R. A- A. i (I. W. R R. Deoots.
Omnibuses lcavo the House for all trains Eats.
west, fiortn and frontn. mara uain
Washington Iron Works,
NEWnCRC, NEW YORK,
And furnish on short notice
MARINE, STATIONARY AND PORTABLE
Horizontal Engines and Boilers:
Circular Saw Mills: with
James Patent Set Works:
Extra Caststeel Circular Saws;
Mill andQaag Saws;
Sugar Cano Mills;
Oil Well Machinery;
Ira pro vol Grain Mills-
Engines of any diameter of cylender or stroke
required furnished on onlcr.
Steam Fittings, of every variety and size;
Shinglo and Sash Machines;
Improved Grain Mills:
Circular Saw Mills, with iron and
wood frames, of various sites and i
Locomotivo Passenger, and Platform Railroad
Cars; Car Wheels; Springs; Bolts,
The undersigned, as Agent for tho abovo Com
pany, will furnish Illustrated Catalogues, and
Price Lists, and tako orders for tho same, on ap
if. Jf. Jf-fciUK,
31 College street, Nashville, Tennessee.
MYERS -& HUNT,
XORTIE MARKET ST.,
(ESTABMSHEl) IIV 1858.)
TTAVING REFITTED AND ENLARGED
il our factory and salesroom in order to sup-
nlv tho increasing demand for our work, we re
spectfully call the attention of tho citizens of
Davidson county and the surrounding country to,
our large and vanou assortment oi
Coal Box Bnggfes,
Dcconlnm or Bowl Buffglci,
Square, Box B.uggieH, (with door,)
Jaggcr Wagons, Track Sulkies,
Skeleton "Wagon, Pannelled Eockwayg,
Jump Sent Kocknwnyii,
Two Went lnrU IMinvtom,
iiquare Hoz Uaszien,
Stag Buggies, Bracket Front Buggies,
Bevel " Cut Out" Buggies,
uare "Cut Out." Buggies,
Light Eiprcsa Wagons,
Of alltliu 3L.ateHfc Stj'lcs.
Whicli-we have on hand and are con-
j sianiiy manutactunng,
OF THE BEST MATERIAL
WE CIIAI.UEXGE A C0.1IPAK-
ISOA" OF OUR WORK
With the production, of tne first class Car
riage Shops of New York, Philadelphia, or
Cincinnati, and invite the critidsxna of
judges, for we are satisfied that our work
will be found equal in every respect, if not
superior, to the best, and our prices aa low
ss any house making first-clasa work.
i . '
Every Job Sold Warranted, for
And particular attentisn paid to boiiegand
shipping. We also; hare a Urge fare- employed
In our Bepalring Shops, and are now able to met
all demands made cpon nr for work ln that de
partment at moderate prices.
MYERS 4l jHUXT.
DR. PAXJX "P. EVE,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCEA1J FORMERLY,
corner of Spring andA lne street. ..
riurgery exeluiireiy, except consultations.
tSpecial omce hours to i'A x. M. and 12 to 2 r. v.
miTE REOTIT.AiT PISSRVOIM PSPITE-P
JL mceXE, lUirsoT.Master. WAvi.cferk.
win icave mr aoove ana .nierineaiale landings
SATURDAY. Saturday. at o'eiock. r. x.
She itill isiO through, tickets for Memphis and
" For freight or passage apply on board, or to
Uapts. WJKIJhTj; BOYD. Agents.
Cor. Front and Broad.
JOirNSONVILLfc CAIRO AND Sri LOUIS
Daily Line of Packets.
prNNINU IN CONNECTION WITH THE
jLY Nasville and Northwestern, Nashviilo and
Chaltanouri. and Tenneaoe and Alabainii Rail-
a ruasr ci-vss iAssuxu kk stkam ch
Lenves J.ihnsonville for St. Louis, Cairo, and
Padmah every .lay nn tho arrival of the ear
eouncvmgat PuddiMh with the Cincinnati Pack
ets, at Cairo mllr the llliuois Central Railroad:
thn Memphis Packet Company, and Atlantic and
JluiiiU Steamship Coiupsny and at St. Louis
with all the Railroads and Upper Mississippi
OHiee corner of i'liurrli rnI Summer
Streets, opposite .SU Clmul Hole!.
jLOnSVILI.C AND XASHYII.I.K RAIC
KOAI IMPORTANT TO SHIPPERS
REIUCTIO.V 6K R.1T1S.
ON AND AFTER THIS DATB AND UNTIL
Further Notice, the following rates will be
charged on Freight between fiashvtlle.Tennessee,
I r t.' i - - ton iw.
t i KSTUbA5S.acW. tihUUWlJUI.ASSi, 4i CIS.
(JRAITf. 27 ol.
Sj)ecial Itates will be made
jfteduccd Kates Per Car Xoad.
Pig. Railroad and Scrap Tron.Jlay, Salt, Co
men! and riaster, per lor Jjoad.
Livestock. Jinked Lnmbo?. Acricnltnral Im
plcments, Ne-v Furniture and Machinery, tM3
per Cr Load.
Freil-ht Classified according to the redneed clas
sificatiun of the regular Freight Tariff of this
Company, dated December 1st, lS65.and received
and transported, subject to the rulw and condi
tions of the same. AI.UERT FINK,
jiMii. . jjiiAr&ruKU, I
Freight Agent. I
. Nashville. Tenn.. Dec. 2s. 18GS. tf
Sneed! Cornfoi-tl! S.iffttvMr
SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE
I-BOll CltCCWXATI TO Att TH
Eisfera uties, Tomu, VShia ni SUIisnt
J3-Tho LITTLE MIAMI t thn ONT.Y T.t.
Runninir Lithtninc Kmrr.u Train, frnci Cincin
nati to tne iasti it bctug the Sbortust Line.
CilNXECTIOXS are Curtain and I'v-smpm hnvn
Aaru J.IUE tor .ujAia.
Fast Time from Qneinnati to
Boston 31 hours, Baltimore in 29 hours,
Aioany in zi nours. tvascingtnu titSUXbcj.
New ork m 32 hours, SaratogaSpringsdn alirs
isunalo in 10 bours, i'hlladelphia in Si hours.
jjungirs in 14 nours, Cleveland tn y tours,
PitLiburr in 13Vi hours. Crestline in A hnnni.
Wheeling inI2 hours, Steubcnville In II houts.
anesvuie ins nours, wolumbus in i hours.
TOUR DAILY EASTERN TRAINS 1
6.00 a. m. Lightning Epress.
9.00 a. m. Express Mail.
7.00 p. m. Lightning Express.
U.40 p. m. Night Express.
Modern SLEEPINfJ CARS by Night Trains.
oAjivu.i oy uay x rains.
The 7.00 P. M. and 11.411 VI Af. Train, t....
DUiMJAl xxigntinsteaaot Saturday JXIght,
S3- BAGOAOE Checked Through.
TIIROUQH TICKETS aro sold at all TICKET
OFFICES in the SOUTH and WEST.
"Astor Ticket! via Cincinnati and Cblumlu:
P. W. STRADER, General Ticket Agent.
JNO. G. BENSON, General Atfent, Cincinnati.
CanL C. W.S. Hanvrsr. fa4n 1 Southern AgenU.
Oen'ltE. B. BrowW. Genoral Western AeenL
January 1st isw, UanZi-tt
.Important to Travelers and Shippers 1
fcOIJISVIIXE A1VD THE JLiST
GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY
Is now in full end successful operation
From, Cincinnati to Hew York Boston, &c,.
And Is tho only direct route to the
Oil Regions or Pennsylvania.
Connections aro made with
Tir.7.:ii. m.,' iti..:.:ni t.m 1
via Seymour, JetTersonville and Indianapolis and
Col. ltrailiu-id. via Urbana: Louisville and Lex
ington and Kentucky Central Railroad, via Cin
cinnati; u. o, jjiaii xiineoieamers Tia Cincinnati.
Two Tlirough Trnlnx JIally.
Posscntrers by the Broad Gaucq Railway secure
wide and comfortablo cars, quick time, and suro
Crocured nt all tho principal iUilroad and I
out offioem in Louiflvillo nnd the South.
t nrt Tt.iT s-i r fr
E. F. FULLER, Oen'l Ticket Agent.
I. D.CoLK,PasengcrAgent.lNo,25Fonrth street
n v. COLLIER, rrcigutAg ut, j jjonisvilie, Ky.
ORE AT CHANCERY SALE
'ifAN TUESDAY. THE 2ITH OF APRIL, at 10
V o'clock .v ON THE PREMISES.
the undersigned will offer I t '
A N S F I E LrD ,
BESIDIVCC Or THE LjLTK
SON. ANDREW EWING,
In a series of,lot. admirably laid (iff
for Building or Gardening purpesus.
MANSFIELD lies npon the edge of
, Nashville, on the Murlreesboro turn
pike, ia easy reach of the terrains
of the Cherry Street Railway, which
nuy be extended to Include it. It Is
watered by eight springs, one of which
Is conipieaonjor its eshatutlcss vol
ixm ot pure water. Tho soli Is be
yond compare, and thesltes fbrBolId- -log
or Gardening are of admitted
beauty'aad eligibility. . .
in -( ii-.
rjSus liM3SPii?i , ' a
, .ort; ani
' rdi'ftdea 1
- . jtrof., ... s.
streets aaa.ail'eyiv," iti I.
.4 , . ' r.A& f tI
i . tml '
'ANDEMONrJOHNSOiO: SMITH. 5 i
Omnibuses and collation will La proridtd.
Off.cctmeeBaubeberSanf of Reunion.
5iac (Sopital ijlcinbezabU.
ratywltrn un! anirre eigtwftiiatuci4aBl)mliT
tjcucrv3Jiarinc nb Sanb'Sitfifottit
ben luebrigficu rrifen niiijfr;
ffieduftc lnerbcn liberal gcfdjo&t unb
prompt btiatyt Don bicfec Gefeafctjdfh
tamicn, in"o lb fceicfjlt
,tnb Berc4tiBt, im-ga-Iiie
be8erlufle8, in olb
trma3, roelrc un8 iijrc SKartuek. 0c
ftcfte uberlaffett, inb jum SJorjug
tit Otuer 'foItctn 6ered)tjgTf '
tnlan3ltuiti4irjtiniictale Sfalen, bomplc
5) t r e c t o r c n.
2l7a$54a JJsm'ttSScoH. i
aojnflrrtmon. 5&. ..8,,
fc..?f. arrrp CjC5JiaoaaJ
m U' . 3s4B"lIrsut,
SS. JJ. esairf. aj, Urlaiu,
Xitttt IIosn)f6n. -
lrr. Oalf. frjniritt.
COMMEIUHI. INSU.1NC)K COMPANY.
OFFICE IN THE &0.PBBAXK
Vapltnl All Pnl.1 ln.
I1."3 .".A ESTABLISHED IN is
X Insure Buildings. Vessels in Port. Merchan
djse. llou.ehold Furniture, and otherproperty
FIRE, MARINE, AND INL.ND RISKS TAK
Kii AT LOWEST RATES.
Xashch TJbrnlljr Ailju tctl nntl I'toin pi I
Pnlrt by hii Couipntiy.
Prcipiums paid in Gold will la enUtlut to
returns in Uold m case of low.
Parties or Firms giving cs their Mr!n n.t .
will be entitled to prrtorMiee In Fire l'ollele.
Ample Sttnritg. fuir JtU Prom, uriml
1 1 It KVTORK.
r.t?-J!.?.r'MA. W. W. BKRRY.
w 11 8vsW JNO.H. EWIN,
W. H. EVANS. SAM. PRICU ITT
.T . "OBERT THOMPSON.
ALEX. FALL, Pres'U R.C.MnNATTtr K..
7 l -a
CASn ASSETTS -
P. V. PECK, Kmlilpni Arnt,
Collego street, jNaliviIle,
YO It K.
ASSETTS. v .....
CAPITAL, AND ASSETTS, $l;225.00O
1 POLICIES covering risks against fire, and-also
. by River and Rail Road issued on mest,tavor-
abio terms, at this ageney by
, OFFICE: NO. 31 COhMM
Jan-t ly- ins
INS UH AN Gfo
Under the new chartor. Is now open fcr'tSsTftJ
AT NO; W NORTH COLLEOE
"Next door tor eornepof'Unlon 811'
JOfiKl'lI W. AU.CN,
A. W; Kirrum, Ncnlnry.
John M. Hill,
Hamuel anlttr, O. M Fogg,
Watson M Cooke,
Jt. II. Cheatham, A. G. Adams.
Josenn W. AI1
Wlf. CALLOW! rv
. JAMIS, I OUKST.
A If CTIbCWr;
a HIE undersignn) bavins formed a eopartner
. ship for the purpose of dultg a General
Wlioleanlfl nntl ItLnlI Anetlon nnd
Are now Drenrnl tn r.!va .nA ..!! . TJ
vat Salt oral Auction, all klnil.nf (lnn.1. w1. ...
Merchandise, Groceries, At.
Prompt Attention given to all Consign
ments. GALLOWAY A aUEfffv
JosphA. Wslker. Mayori Wm. M-Snllivan.
bberitT: Jno. D. jtloore, FostmastanJebn II. Put.
.Iff. I .. T ... . f 1 . . 1 . I . . . - .
gytt, bounty Clerk: W. Jlatt, Brown. Mayor or
Nashville: Ilodg ic Willrd,OrocrrJ.U. V r'fvwl-
fiu, urocen itm.is. l-
Qrocer; m.B. Fleming. Attorney; W. C.
hitthorne. AtLornra J
,u. joansoa. taif.t ?f ah-
X. C CYCE.
T. i kiiap.
CAYCE, BEARD I GO.,
REAIt ESTATE BKOKEKN,
No. 37 South Court Street..
AT THE ARCADE. MEMPHIS. TENNESSEE.
JJO-RnarUt il.ll.. .t.l l.-..r-fi-
marO lm ' f
fS THUllSDAY. 2Cth. of April, at llpo'doiV.
J x. on the premises, we wili bring olfassi
pjf about 73 Lou In H P. Botlcks andiw.,!!.
Coopert Addition to Nasbrlll. ,
Also, LoU belonging to th Eitato of.'Wia,
Btrurt, deceased. J. M. Brien. Kin Admin U-
trator, will assist us Is th salo of th Lola, Th
Lots are situated on and near the Cfcar!utt.'r
Clifton Pike, convenient to and eothttandiog.a
fine view of the eltrr well tutted far R.MnM.
Mautraramr pcrmc., -ierw ol salo hatru
All Lots tSrl !til be sold without mrv. Far-
Lbr cirticulars will be nven In tin Una.
J. U, X tt. n T. iiKOWN, Agents.