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MM important Ticwl;)lhltI IMtanay '
wrter. News letter; frtn the varies! eouatta
f be Elate e pcetally desired.
All esmmumcations should be addressed te
ffiMfcaw f tha Usiqt. a:i D'S'ATch." '
r.HE RADICAL CAUOOSi
rk 'ut Out ror the SchIuii Couitio
Wyoii urtha Uvdurn) Colti'sre SlnlcH
Not IlJr-vcu(cil in CougrrMt Sut to
Counted TtinKoll ortiin I'orliplli
t'oaRT.'. Provided for I's-opo-dllon
lo Uxpel Raymond from ttic Omens
ftniS Pnriy-A MvoIyTIme.
CncrejMHi4enit f the tHjcjotiati Commercial.
Vt'ASHixoTOK, Dec. C The Retmljlioan
rami, tonight wan attended by nearly
vy iMcmlier of the party from hotli
at some MagM, efcjiecially wliilp Mr.
RM'oud H Ixisg taken to tak for liU
ketion to the jiarly.
Mr. Morrill, of Vermont, was Cliairmau,
and Mr. Iii6rI, of Illinois, Seeretary.
The finst bumneAii in ordeyvaa the report
tt Uie amm.tue appointed at the lout oau-
s" to rvoomwentl certain meamiren for the
Wenuion of Gongrofts. The committee
"ftramemlcJ, Jirrt, the arMolHtiHiif uf ;r
tteial comrnilK-e of three to go to New
Oriaw&ml i-iventiimte the factn connect
J with 1hc riot of last tummer. 'TliU vin
a4ited with great applause and entire
NextMiic a recoiomcndation for a com
mit! be of three to InvtsHfrate the circnin
MtJMieeR atU-miing the murder of .three
eUiiwis of Maine, ineutli Carolina. 'Tliix
foggy, rejiortea br the committee,
lwt H van ijnen4ool to iiave reference to
m es6r which, when, brought fulljr to
Iht, will nriliCate the IVetlent in wue
vjr. It agreed to without diwent or
inifiiry, cniiequ'entl your tijxrclal caucus
cwrrmfHriHleHt mahi net gt the jtarticular
:( the alhgntiof(M thai men who were mi
tle iMmmoii rotUofthc L'nited Matis army
.-nil navv. in I860, and who went into the
army awl fotfght ilironli the war.
li m leea rwnwtatetl by onler of the l'rd
Uttl or hi agent and -dMbordlnaten on the
lhHoiim roll of the United Statiw hincc the
the war. Greatapilau.
It w a(?rce!to a hill excluding
frotH the electoral college in 1863 all State
not at thai time represented in Goncre).
J"M wTelVt5a Vlt)r'JBhriifcrtatW)n8 of
very grant ertthH4aftM, awl the applaui-e it
4fmr (ortli lasted several rmiintds.
Tlie next recowlution watt for a com-
wiHecf three to InVMifiato what trutl
there wm in the rejwt that the 1're-mlent
liHU retoreti lamls lorieiteu by act of Coh-
And, lotlxJt vo agrefld to. pais a -bill
tltat no ttame Miould te place! on the roll
of (he Fortieth Congrew of any man from
any IStale not TC))reeflte4 in the rewut
'lf T,''S SewV' ra.or'i,aUl'.1?,,!,c
Thsa ended the 'rati boKiutM of the win-CHk.-andHjw
Mr. Anhley, of Ohio, run- ln'i) l.i- iscat,
;uh1, leaking around, reinarl;ol tliAt lie
a ontlefUMi present who had played a coit
i-)HeMUiArt in the I'luladulithia Conven
tion. fupt exeltemeut. lie meant Mr.
JIeryJ. luymond, of livvr York. lie
n&fed that he ho mpjeMed to withdraw.
Mr.""'Hyiiond im mediately hikI excitedly
jumped up and commenced, In a very ner
rouiuajitier,to gtrcan cxplnimtiouof what
lmaridentlyircnrdetl as very herioiwic
jntion' againrt hita. lie itattl he toh
here ax a Union man. Applause, min
fded with "hvari" and" a- derisive Iauh.j
, lie had always bceiia Umop man Lauch
t.J, He dmicdnoGOilQuu'c iti tlie Union
rty, more laughter, and lie would re
rucin in the Union party, Ootl heittjj Jiis
helper. Applause. '
JJir, Scliofiold, of Pcniuylrania, moved
that the quwlion of Mr. JtaymoudV Ira
glng to the Union party be 'left friiilm
eif to determine. If ho honestly believed
hiianelf a member of that party, he might
remain; ifnot,;hc coujd withdraw '
Tbad.cvcnif'liftcMliiui4lf falfly oflfoT
hift chair; cast a piercine; glance :tt Uay
moiul, and every IkkIv Iiuighpd in anticipa
tion of OtHhetlliiig Very fimny. . lie. aid h6
could nut ctiiiHcnt to let Joliumn men into
A lU'pMblicuii OHiicit. The idea of J9I111
mii mWirArisfliH WittaTeT foiig ago,
AierMH, nTt- haiiurjtdKjJiidi a
thing, and ho Lellwitl K now Jmn fften
ever. Applauc. "Kill," khW he, "IT I
had ftKjd rclfablfc evidence rtTheorirktlt re
KHiUiK evidntio fruuMr. llayinonil--I
Bitchllftke him on trial. I eiild not take
him into full eimnecdon for a while, but if
I had his word, hacked by reliable tcatii
nionv, I fbould be williug to takthiin ort
i Mrt lMrlito,rtwHRrk. eSnft ft Jlu
nfefflof hinTtJfcUcJiihd tetilTillrtiai
Raymond hairpvn aliearly support ti
1 tntoii fordovcrnor. lie thought tho He
publican jiarly had better retain him.
mculicr" rorc to inquire if ltnyinond
hdn't MHMiBditlnlDn iiinGCfliiiniisind
JbUlwpiji" anolUerrtl1fTlpur.:! H t
'JTn MorriK.fcw' Wrt, liilehc.! irfto
Raymond in heavy ntyle, hut concluded,
by wiving that he agreed with Stevens a
to taking him in on giving evidence of re
Mr. Hale said he was in the same lvoat
wiiii Hayniond, and that, therefore, he felt,
nn interest in Iiik tale, and ikixhi mat tncy
would deal gontly with an erring brother.
V nieii.ber urould out, "erry Rently; "
4 Put him 011L"
Mr. Cook, of Illinoio, oaid the National
KxecHtivc Cwnmittee had declared Kay
Hiond'a place vacant, and put .1 man in it.
He bad left the irnrty ami cold Jiot be
taktm Uaek new. 4
While the difco.ion was gome on aoide
cauciKi Rathcrel in one of the ainlen tocon--lider
whether it was best to take .Ilayinyiid
to tak almut the fifteen thoitaifd; Slollar
be lial In hi poiion belonging to the
1'nion parly, out it wan finally concluded
not to wiy anytbinghoHtitt
Mr. Itaymomi atmin twik the floor,
slightly augcrel. He raid that the i-aiicus
aiieb,tjl a jtil9Red; it could not prevent
him from acting with the Union (wrty.
Appiaiwe. 11c went into the I'hiladeJ
lhia Convention ho said to save the tfnii
jrty. A virx "Tlie hoi1! you did."- It
m an a convention of citixeii, not a party
convention. A voice, "Ueltel ritiaena."
He UW all he did there to save tho tarty
onfc$e. ' f r ,
Thd. SStevenn nv and akil llaymond
thin question: " not that an Andy
Johnson convetitionV" , ,
lUyinond rcpHitl: "I did not think s
when I first went into it. I found it out
after, and then I quit"
Mr. Lawrence axked lUymond if he did
not write the address of that convention.
The . provioiMq aiitn iw railed MKSaliO-iicll'-
tnivtion, and it was iHnKnined yeaa,
n'H-tiKHHay. twenty -livir
Mr. lUtVHMirt tow w wteili to plan a
tl 1, a ml d 'reat lawnhUr at. hw mUent
Mr. Stevene did not give him a chance
to CO on "with hi fxpumafimi, IcA inount-
cd him again with thin incton : " l)o
you still adlmro to the a4drs of that
Mr, Eaytuond "I do, according to my
This was followed hvien of " Put him
aCB- ' W ' " ' ' '
Mr. Steven gain-asked! "Do you, ac
cording to the nstwl interpretation of lan
eHage,Jhcr5 te tlmt addrcly,,
aixItaymod vcxy much excited) "r&s
f'. af'TuLhiw out:" Joudcr than
. l . t- ...J i.i.n..i.i-
t.v a small maioritv.
Mr. Latham, of West Virginia, having
voted: Mr. McveiH; oUjected saying Jht
Mr. liathamsliad tumped.Ms .State flfr a
Democrat. .. ...
-n- viinnl'. oiferol a reueiutien tbat iip
gentleman could, honorably retain Jus pd
iltion in tlm Unpn Py wo pflll adhena
I tUo aadtcw.put Artli atrhffa-uelphia.
rOreat excitement and the devil to par-
reaoiuuon o . , , . 1 1 1
Mr. Schenck asked the caucus to hold on
..nil ,..1.1 not tlmt addresa and read a
fe'w e'xiratfi! fromlt. ncliuhtcdTAmid Vft
a wlU, l'ad 10 Kiveitiip, as he could
-etfind a copy anywhere in tho hall.
Hie yeas and nay were demanded on
Mr BfiTiam'a motion, and Schick' reso
lution vai tabled, yeas 38.-ny 30. .
1ST. igleston, of Ohio, voted 4i the
!vafim,tire; MrJfaje in 0,c negative,
; The caucaa adjourned, then Thad Ste
VcMfrfy Wtyff t M laWr Mm
k m'tsvomBU ifir. rntLAtoiU lW
, -,t .lftnl.rirK?that-at the next
mi 1 r, 1 lj it 1 t fc. :
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TIIE IJAT.TLE OF SIHLOn.
lutcrcsdiiR nml VlvM Noutlicrn Ac
cOOBtJtnrrnlUc or Geucrn! I)nlt
Wc make tho followiHj; oxtractfl from ad
vanced alieeU of the forthcoming history of
Gen. Morgan's Partisan. IUngeiv, by Gen.
Basil Duke, It relates to the battle of Shi
oh, and commencee a .the morning of ibe
.Ctli of April:
Tho afternoon wore away and no fign in
the ariMy's cafu indlcatel that lit: bad
discovered our prenenctt nie nigui leu,
and the Mcrn prepar:Hion for the morrow
!...:,. i. ii ,,L.i.t, i the .innir sAnk
n ... - . ....
The forest was aoon almost a still
re' it hud been tenanted with the
hfMtB of war. .But, before- the day broke,
the army was antir ; the bugta sounded the
reveille on all sidos, and the long lines be
gan to form. About live qfclock, the first
gim rang on the front another and anoth
er, voceeeding, as our BkirrnislierH pressed
on, until the musketry grew into the
crackling, labored seund rhich pre
cedes the rear' of real battle. The
troops ,Bcmed excited to frenxy by
the Bound. It waj( the first ncht in wlncli
the 'majority of them had ever been en
gogod, and thtj Jiad, as yet, seen and suf
fered nothing to abate the ardor with which
the high-spirited young fellowg panted for
battle, ivcry one who witnessed tne scene
the marshalinc of the tjontedcratc array
for attack upon the morning of the 0th of
Auril must remember, niore uislincliy
than anv thine else, the Blowing enlhupiani
eX the wen. theirbnoyaneyaHdmiiritcd ira-
patienee to oloeo with theeriewy. As oficli
nmm&i fermwL-fitRUte- jHeijJfttltw
it lwiTlyBaked, tlie voi (ita corS-
mander might be heard an lie spoKuJiign
word of encouragement to his men, and it
would rin" clearer :ls he aptedlcd to their
regimental pride, and bade them think of
the fatne they might win. Y lien tne lines
begun to advance, the wild checiB which
arose made the woods stir as if with the
rtwh of a mighty wind. Nowhere was
there any thought of fear every where
were the evidences ot impetuous and (le
I?or some distance the woods were open
and clear of nndergrowth, and the troops
passed through, preserving their array with
little difficulty; but as the ioint, where the
fight between the pickets had commenced,
was nearcd, the timber became dwarfed
into shrubby brush, and nt sOino place
dense' thickets impelled the advance. The
ground, too, grew rugged and difficult of
imssage tn unbroken J me. l'rcquent halw
to reform and dress the ranks became no
cessary. and at finch ilmu General John
son's magiiifleent bnttlc ordev wns read to
the regiments, .and iU mjuily, heroic lan
guage was listened to with the feeling k
was lufended to evoke. The gray, clear
morning wan, erelong, enlivened with a ra
diant sunrise. As the great light burst in
full sprondor above the horiston, sending
brilliancy over the scene, many a man
theught of the great conqueror's augury
and liointed in exultation and hope to
the "Sun of Shiloh." Breckinridge's di
vision went into the fight last, and, of
course, saiv or heard a great deal of it, be
fore hccomini; itself actively engaged. ,Xot
farolf. on the left and center, the lhilitsoon
srrcw earnest, as Hardee dashed resolutely
on ; tlic uneasy, broken rattle pi tho skir
mishers gave way to the sustained volleys
of the lines, and the artillery joined in the
clatBer,-whllo away on'ithd right'the voice
of the strife swelled .hoarser and angrier,
like the growl of some wounded monster-
furieus and at bay. Hardee's line carried
all before it. At the first encampment it
met notcventbc1scrablaticc of a cehek. Fol
lowing close and eager upon thcllecing
pickets, it burst npon the startled inmates
as thev cmcrsed. Jialf clad, fromtheir tents,
giving them. 110 time to form, driving theni
in rapid panic, bayoneting tncoiiaiory on
through thex3iinpeweptr together, pursuers
and pursued.'. Hut 'now the alarm was
thorouchlf civon. thfc "ldngroll" and tho
Jjitgfe were calling the Teileral army; all
. 1 1 . 1 .1 ! . 1 I . 1 . .
llinillIl ineir iineiv eou.iiiiiMiii-iii iiioj nuu
h Hardee, clo-ftunen the haunclies of
the foe he hadfiejiRed; Imiko into an
other camp, a MMW fVtel
jHtttbini, ylsgflfemgjfw. .for a little while,
s4ipping hrVSUvaijlfc 7 lint his gallant
corps was still'H XrST( Jor an enemy not
vet reeovcruil lreflrtnjc;. ilKrvaiing euecis.
of surprise, to hidd it back long. For
awbilvit writhed ami surged iM-iore iuq
hteni,lrrierjwiddeidy urectedjin :ite,fi-ont,
ami then, gathtringitself; efashcil irrcnisti-.
bly forward. The enemy was beaten back;
but the hardy Velc'm men who filled li is.
ranks although raw and for the lint.tiiue
under fire could not be forced to positive
flight. They had once formed, and at this
stano of tho battle thev could not he routed.
Thev had little discipline, but plenty of
staunch courage, boon they turned for
nnother stand, and tho Confederates wire
nt once upon them. Again they gave Way,
but i-trcwed the path of their stubborn re
treat with many a corpse in gray, as well
as in blue. At lialf-paat seven the first line
began to give signs of exhaustion, and its
march over the lough ground while strng
glin with the enemy had thinned and im-.
paired it. It was time for Ilragg's corps to
coine to the relief, and that superb line now
moved up in serried strength.
The first sign of slackening Upon the
lirt of the Confederate seemed to add
vigor to the eneinv'ti resistance. Butbravcly
as they fought, they never recovered from
the stun of the surprise. Their half of
the battle was.out of joint at the licginnlng,
and it was never pottcn right during that
day. Tlmy wore making desperate cllbrts
to retrieve thejr lost ground when Bragg's
disciplined tornado burst upon them. Tlic
shock was met gallantly, but in vain.
Another Woody grapple was followed by
another retreat of the Federals, and again
our line moved on.
I litwe v ho were in that battle will re
member these successive contests, followed
bv short TriN of apparent inaction, go
ing on all the day. To use tlie illustration
of one well acquainted with ihi plan and
inoidunt: "Jl went oti like the regular
stroke of some tremendous machine."
There would Ihj a rapid charge and fierce
fiht the wild yell would announce a
Confederate ,suecivi then would ensue a
comparative lull, broken again in a few
minutes, and the charge, struggle and hor
rible din would recommence.
Almut half-paxt ten Polk's corns pre
pared to take part in tho tieht. He had
nrpvimijv. bv order- personally given by
General Johnson, twhe was all the time in
front.) sent one brigade to reinforce Hen.
Brace's right, where tne '. line nan
Uhhi Hmt )Uc Hffvl. aionlsosent.liy
order of Gen. Beauregard, este brignde to
the left, The Sgfet at this time was joined
all aleng thejbi and 1ld with grjpter
furv than at anv other period of the day.
Almost immediately after parHng with
these two brigades, (Jen. l"olk lsMaitte cn
gagetl with the remainder of hi corps. The
ejiemy had now disiiosed bis entire force
for resistance the men fought as if deter
mined not to accept of defeat and their
stern, tenacious leader, was not the man to
relinquish hope, although bis linos had
bceu rciHsatcdly broken, and the ground
was piled with bis slain. The oorj of
Hardee, Bragg and Polk, were now striving
abreast, or mingled with each other.
In reading the reports of the Confederate
Generals, frequent illusion will bcound,
to regimtmU ud brigade fighting without
"head or orders." One commander would
sometimes direct tlie movement of troops
belonging to another. At this phaie of the
struggle, tho narrative should dwell more
uion "the'" biographies of the regiments
than the hiMory of the battle." But the
wise, arrangement, of the linos and the m
stroetions given subordinate commando...
insored harmonious action and the desired
Each brigade commander was ordered
(when He became disengaged,), to seek and
aftaFfc th neafestnemyAo presa the flanlc
of every stubborn hostile force which his
neighbors conld not move, and, at all jiai-
nrric in nress forward. General Johnson
seemed to have adopted the spirit of
the motto. "When Sghting" ia the" 'darieji
strike ouL-straim V-Ule.rBor& uian.once
assumed (mwaijJriwdei.wlliek knew
not what io do. and led flTcm to where they
coulfl fight wli eSyet. Oitr sHcccssea were
not ?txi wltlfSut costly eacriGces, and the
earnege wa lavish Upon bth sides.
- - - - I
ijtljorrg tOMrsavtlis atrws, ia.
iii mltiui mirvm" nrotj
eausc she loil $20,000 wluld rtiu'ning a oet-
toh pXaftation: ' ' A
ItnllroactBS-tfroiw Ttic CondUiou. nnU
I'TOHXteVtti of t!e Veoiilc,
GrrHttHUne ot the linun aii'l iupa(i!li.
ery ami .Mobile, lying over iweniy-one
houra on the way, viz : twelve at Chat
tannoogo, ' seven at Atlanta,r(4and two
at Mobile. The trip ia quite phfisant t for
the Crat three hundred and the last two,
hundred milt"', the remainder of the ronte
boing about as uncomfortable as it wc
111 T I I 1 A.H.,A!.nli d
could be. By making close connections at
Chattanooga. Atlanta ana Mcbile, and
' 1... . I r, .T r. rAiAhnj o f IVncf
uy iiiu;iuiJ mlb'iu ivmntuj .iw.
bint and- Montcomery, this would lie n
very good route for passengers to this city.
And if the companies were to improve
the condition of their xoads, and incrca-ie
the speed of trains about sixty per centum
and establish suitable' eating iiouses, tli
traveler wotild have .little fault to Jin d.
This, leisurely mode of traveling has its
compensations, howex'er; aflbrding, -among
others, an opportunity to observe, the cour
try, and to inquire about the crops, politics
ami prospects 01 1110 pcopicaiongine nne.
As to the crops, the opinions arc as varied
asllie localities represented, and ranging
from a half or two-thirds crop to none at
all- In a. word, the' cotton crop is pecunia
rily failure, and yet the amount actually
made is moderate. Every rood that could
be tilled was planted; Jiut the amount
realized per acre will scarcely meet the out
lay of labor and money.
I11 polittcvthe-peopleiire of one univer
sal opinion, viz: that the Yankees arc de-
nSStanfey r8WMff,fnTl will not fail
to take every 00 vantage: and for every con
cession made or agreed to by the Southern
Icople the Iv'orlh will demand one more,
and, therefore, that it is as well for the
South to sit quiet and take no action vrhat-
ever on any proposition until luity reha
bilitatcd as equal sister States.
As to the future, the people are without
a definite hope, and make no calculations,
and feeling as they do, with the Mississippi
Legislature, that" they have "nothing to
thank God for." They feel likewise as if
they had lost hope, even in the justice and
protection of the Almichty. It is surely a
woeful state of afliiirs when things have
come to this pass: and exeat is the re
sponsibility of those who have in hand the
immediato destinies of this poor, proud and
noble, down-hearted, down-trodden, mad
dened people. J. B. II.
TIIU WKAIL HIDE IS CONUKKSS.
TI10 I'lun of Cani;mlK Tito C'ourap
llitrrclileiit will Itt sue The Feci
Inii nml Intention of tlto Demo
rl I '-iU.- . I .1- .:
s Aleciai-ui.-iaivii inc uiosnnaii i.iuircr.
WAsiiiNiiTos, Dec ', 18GG. The Dem
ocratic members of Congress have had no
formal caucus as vet, but there have been
several informal conferences, and .some of
the leadimr men among them have confer
red freely with the President upon the fu
ture policy of the Democratic party 111 Con
gress. I am assured that, as the result of
sucii conferences, tlie lollowing points Ji.ive
becu determined on as a general line of
action during the present session, with re
ference particufarly to future results.
There will be less manifestation of oppo
sition to the acts of the, majority than at
the last session, not only because, it is fu
tile, but because the only -hope of resurrec
tion that the Democratic party now has, is
.4 . .1 -I 11!. ' . ?. ...
mat 111c jvepuuncaus may commii party
excesses, in their legislation, which
jeturningiseiisc of justice on tho part of
the je9pje mayebnkejj.
The President, tlie same authority as
serts, will use the veto power sparingly, re-
scrjiijg it, for Jvhat he may consider, ok
plaiuiviolatioiisy'of. the.; Constitution, 'and
will pursue a quiet course, calculated not
to give his erietiites in Congress nny lurtiier
cause lor personal attach upon turn.
It was not until after serious considera
tion of the subiect that Mr. Johnsondc
cided not to suegest any conipromiso jncas-
ures in his ipossnge. Fallowing the advipe
hf his lcad'1 Dcrrtocfatig friendHesaw
lit u reiuiittxlfts 'doetrifie bf restoration,
and thereby avoids the change of inconsi-
teucv wlncli might naturally to. low; and
T . . . 1 - . .
further, anv compromise would be an ad
mission that his reconstructing policy was
ta laiturc. in ooui the Senate and tne
House, the adherents of the President will
be far more indilTcrcnt loltadical measures
of legislation than at the last sessiont As
oneof them expressed it to-day, "they will
eivo'the itadicals all - the rope- they want,
hoping they may Jiang themselves. lhcse
outgivings are from the best informed
Democrats. 1 -think they will be con
TH.UI. NTF.VKNN ATTIIK CONOKES-
Mr. Stevens rose in tho lower part (if tho
hall and commenced to speak, hut not a
word was audible nt the upper tables. Af
ter some minutes he was brought to tlie
space in front of the head tables, and there
he proceeded to moke remarks, 01 which
but little was heard throughout the hall.
He said he was directed by the ItcpubUcan
members' of the House, of Itepresentat'ives
to oiler their sincere and hearty thanks for
the noble testimony borne to what had been
charitably called the "pure patriotism of
Congress. It might be that Congress de
served soma of that praise. Through un-t-'xpccted
evtints, vifcitefl hpon'-thd nation for
its sins, a man had been raised into iowcr
whom it required all their eflbrts and de
termination to prevent from becoming a
King instead of a 1 resident. (Hisses.) J.I10
war ot blood nau been jSUspenueu ne
wished he could say ended but the war
was not over. Its main and final object
was pursued by the enemy with a relentless
vigor. The object first hnd been to rule
over at least half the country as a natipn of
slaves, to introduce free trade and to humili
ate thc'orth for its pereistent-.advocacy
of freedom. The object now was to rule
the whole nation by means tif an oli
garchy, making negroes nnd copper
heads' contribute to the increased power
of the South", through thfc increase
of the number of its votes, to seize the reins
of the Government, to introduce free trade!
and to break down the industry of the free
people of the North. During the war JefT.
Davis was Gonimander-in-Chicf of the
Kcliel army, with l-.ee as chief adviser.
Now, Andrew Johnson was their Commander-in-Chief,
while poor old Wool wa
their chief martial adviser; and for the
navy they had Semmes and Welles.
(Laughter.) The people were now to dc
cWe whether they were to have Andrew
JaWsoti as PreidU or as Kiii'g, for they
were tekl llfey had-ne other choice- -left.
(Laughter.) He wanted tlie encourage
ment of the soldiers. The cncniy liad the
vantage ground, having poeion of the
White House, and was dispensing, with a
corrupt hand, the vast patronage of the na
tion. And yet he had no fears. The array
consisted of citizens an well as of soldiers.
It had a few mercenary officers, like the
Steeduians, the Dixes and tlic Wools ; but
if the Government were to onler Grant, or
Howard, or Farragut, to do its treacherous
work, they would break their swords" rather
than obey. With Sheridan for a leader
and with twenty-five or fifty thousand col
ored soldiers to follow him, they might defy
Andrew Johnson and all who would follow
his lead. But if thetinic should ever come
when the conspirators would muster auda-
city equal to their ambition, and,-as obco
.happened in F.ngland, attempt to tup the
popular army against the people, Congress
would not have to rely on the Southern
freedmen alone. The men of tlie loyal
North would spring to tllelr feet and Un
sheath their weapons, as they heard tlie.
first booming cannon of Sumter. Let -Congress
be boltL and the .soldiers, of the last
war would take care of the next; and the
usurper who leads the hostile forces would
have time and leasure to revl-c hi boasted
proclamations in one of .the cmbraxure o(
Knrlrre Mfmroi fCheert.l "The usur
er's boad would rest more Quietly, to be
Mire, oa Iapboafd nd goose." than when'
ets4d. srith-.a; crtwn. LfitiiRerjnYjtir
'leas than" impartial suffrage the South, wxth-
his consent, should never bareconstrncted.
He would not be content with uchii prne
work as universal amnesty and universal,
A G exics of Jackson, iiichigan, haabad J
. ..V . . I. ti..-
patented reversible Deoianu-anocu,..
merit ot winch aa mat iuey1jaj.uj-ttH
w that they -will w ear evenly,
'inrnrirv.w 1W " Ifififi I irrivml ' AlrT'ITwiapsoa niwntea naw joiiu roeuiu-1
JS Kir Onr.i2ANj, Lei. , inh. 1 arri sai tm Xo J3 Jirw:ting j,a ari Maston in
this morning from xsasnville, via Chat- 1 thcTariuujconDtiesto rcnort theloss of Ui'cTcn- I
tanooca, Atlanta, Ve-.t Point, Montgom- 1 ne?de TcporU dnrinr thowar. with a xitw of
.NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, SATUTAY, DEGEMBM S,
Prida v. l)ec f, ISCff. Tho Senate wot pura-
ant to aljuuruui-ut, Jlr. Speaker 1'iicrsou in
uavir.fr incut sup.meu. ,
Ir. ibomnjoapreeDtcU tienato bill ao. iim, i
to Tficilitato tke enHoctlon ofdotita dao the Bank (
01 Lean&isce t'tasoa tne urst reflinn.
Jlr. Triuillo firctccteita ini-msril lrom Cbu.
II. IrwinfsAnsonNclfpniUil pthera.prarinirior
tlic'pqljlicalioii by tue Slite of the ttol)(?icl
reporl'nf Ilr. J. M. Sdffordmttl wa" riad ani,
on inntioa of Mr. Xrimble.Tefermlta'thespeciar
committee on the sahject.
(Jmnotian of Jlr. JJdsson, Ibe rolus tPcresiw
rcniJeJ, and 'Hcnato bill No. 438, to incorporate
the Citizen ' Uauk of Nmhvilte, was taken up
on llic socond readiajr. An amendment offcrod'
hj' the COinmUtcc on Uauks was adopted. Tho
bill was lost ayesti, noes 11.
nOUAR nilXSO.TTniEDEKAMJC. 1
Bill No. -403, to Incorporate the- Memphis
TratDifcr (lomnanr. Pushed.
Home joint resolution No. 2K, for the relief of
tue Tar uouector 01 uarrou conniy, wosnaoptea.
On motion of Mr. Powell, theSenate adjourned
until two o cloeK. r .
..initBNdoxs&asios. i '
The Senate tnctat2 o'clock, the Speaker, in
HOCSKlllLLS OK riBST CEIUIXG.
liUlN'o.OOO. to coupensate tho jailor of Brad
ley eountr. I'assed and referred to the Commit
tee on Claims.
Bill No. 623, to incorporate a Book of Discount,
ami Dposit at Clcveiaud, Tennessee, famed
anit referred to the Committee on Banks.
Bill Nu.057, to incorporate tho Loudon Jlininir
anu iUonniacturm; uompanr, razseo ana re
ferred to the Committee on Coruorationi.
"Bill No. 05. to incurporatethe Loyal PrciB
Fablilhinir Corafi-.iny. l'ufged and referred to
tho Coinuntteo on Corporations.
Bill No, . to incofporatp theSnmncr county
AjricuUnral and Mecharital' SoehVty. Piuseil
and referred to the Committee on Corporation.
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jotnmuiee on r inaneo ana n arranti jicans. i
JiiU IfoNWS. to amend the eliarlerof the Mem
phii and Charleston Uailroiul. Pacd and j
lVrrtd to tlto Coiumitteo" on Internal Improve
ments. SSVATE 1ULLS Off TlllnD EEiniXrt.
Bill No. 423, to retrnlato the bringine-and trial
of eases before Justice? of the l'cuc.
Mr. McFarlaud offercJ an amendment, wlueh
Mr. Nelson offered aii amcndinent,whie!i was
Mr. SpenceouereU an auicnUmcnt which was
Mr. Fraiicr offered an amcmlmrnt, which was
laid on tho table, on motion of Mr. McFarlaud.
After considerable discussion, the bill w
passed by ayes 10, noes 7.
Mr. Scntcr moved to reconsider the yotc pass
intrthebill. Mr. Fraiier moved to reconsider tho vpte ro
jeetins llouso bilLNo, 583.
Bill So. 441. to charter tho Harrison. Sclma
and Cincinnati Hailroad Company, i'asned, ayes
hi, noes , and on motion of Air. Cate ordered to
bo transmitted to the House.
Bill No. 412, was passed over and tnado tho
special order for Monday at 11 o'clock.
. Bill No. 4-15, for tho benefit of farmers. The
bill "was lost, ayes fi noes 13.
Bill No. 412, to chance tho Uric between Hen
derson and Madison counties. Passed,, ayes 19,
noes none. , . , , '
Bill No. 4.J, to authoruo the County Courts Of
llunrHiiis, urii,cii vtatwofiic. wiu
son. Union. Bradley, Marshall,
.Siillivau. Carter. Johnson. AVa
Hawkins. Granuer, Claiborne. Campbell, Andcr-
(Irt'one andmith counties to fund their indebt
edness. I'assetl aycs-18.no.es 1, and ordered 10
be tranruiitted to the House.
Bill No. 4W, to authorize the Kejister of Shel
by county to nnikon general index of ihcricords
in his otlice. Ia9etL
On motion of Mr. .Johnson, the Senate ad
journed until Monday nmrninr at 10 o'clock.
House of Representatives.
The House was called to order at 10 o'clock.
Mr. Kopers Introduced a bill providinc'Sr the
the transferrins of causes from one.court-t?
another. Passed. .
Mr. Walker introduced a bill providing for
the furnisliinc of supplies to the Stat6 by conf
The resolution appropriating tho interest dot
rired from tho school fund; and tho funds in
the Bank of Tennessee, to be used to nav the
January interest, was. on motion of Mr. Patton,
am oa ice taoie uy a voio oi lorty-eisui io six
teen. t . j
Mr. Wineilntroducod a resolution providlne
for the niinr.intment of a iolnt -committee to ex.
amino into tho affairs of all railroads to which
Stntoaid waHgraatod. Laid oyer.
In accordance with a resolution adoptcdyesj
tcrday,-tho correspondence between tho Gov
ernor and Judffo liavid Campbell, in reference
to tho Chanaellorship, of. the i'ourth Division,
imt ren.il. The. enrrestiioiiftt'neft is voluininoujf.
embracin'cnearly a dozen of letters. so"ine of then
March 15th. 1S06. ooeeDtine tbo Chancellorship
tendered him by the (jorernor, and intimating
that he would not bo able to retain it but a lim
ited period, nnd that a soon' ns a suitablo suc-t
cossor Could be obtained, ho would tender hij
Secretary Fletcher, in the nameof the Qorcrnt
or, responds to this Under date of July 31st, 18C5;
inquinnsrof Judco Campbell if he considers hit
letter of reticnation as-still befofo tho Uovernor,
On the 3d. of August, before a resDonso was re
c'vra'trrtm JiJ&e'nii.hril. jrfttorFlStehei:
awn wrote to tno tornrcr, ueiarmj; inTTesiyna
tion was accepted. , , .
To this, Jaidjre Cunipbell retilledtbat he had
not yet handed lit his rcsbniatlon, and, conse
quently that i. wosnltbKethor premature on tbrj
part of the (iovernor to accept a resitfnition not
Soveral letters follow, bearine mainly on the
issue raised whether or not tho Jndito had tcn
tiered his resignation in his first letter, closins
with a Ipttcrfrom that functionary .dated August.
'-Tth. declarinc that no vacancy existed in tho
Chancellorship, "And EilhmittiiiK legal argument
to substantiate his position, and rcassertinr his;
determination to hold tho position. .
A number of letters follow, between Judso
Campbell and J. J. Noah, the latterns'nminffto
have received a commission from tho tloverubij
to tho Cbancellorhip,and desirinr to enter upon
his duties.; the former asserting that there' was,
no Vacancrto'bo filled, he (Campbell) not hav-i
ins resiicncd, hut by virtue of his commission!
received from, tho Governor was still the legal
After the reading of 'the correspondence, thci
House took no further action tin the matter. i
Tho credentials of Mr Coleman, member-elect
from bhelliv county, were .tircscnted. and rc
ftrrd to the Committee on Elections. .
The Senate bill to increase tho revenue of ulo:
State, bcins: tho order of the day. was taken up.
A- but in lien wasoueredby Mrllitt. from
the W.ivs and it cans Committee, and after its
ndnptiou the House adjourned until 0 o'clock to-i
Jas. A. McOlnre,
iV.l Union Street,
And Wholcsalo arid Ketall Dealer in
JP I A X O S, O JIG AN 8 A K J)
MUSIGA L JUnUtCHANDISE
AFDLL SUPPLY CONSTANTLY ON HAND
of Pianos, from the mi.rM-renownod makers.
Steinway' i: ions. J. ll.Dunhaut.Socbbeler A
Schmidt, nnd A. 11. Gale fc Co., Aogetber witb
other makers of note, at prices, same as New
York.froui'$300Uv$100. Carnhart. Needham i
Co., .and. Geo. A. Pi inecs celebrated Organs, .and
Melodcfts, soldatiaoiory J'nces, with lull war
rantee ' .
Mi being the oldsst and largest-Music House
in the country, purchasers can always; Hnd. the
largest stock to select Iron).
Orders filled with promptness, and satisfaction
n it. .Mr. is. haiia. tne woii-xnown unran
and Piano Tuner, and Hepairer, is engaged by
mo. Itenairinr of all kinds of Musical Instru
ments, done at my house, at reasonable rates.
C Al R TER
THE SPSSCRHJEllft ARE AD.THOB-'
izad sgcuts. for the safo of thbj cele
braled ' " i
E. CARVER COTTOA . GIXS;
SO long jmd favorably known throughout
the cotton growing States, io whioh the.
sales havo far .exceeded those of any other1
make. Its superiority!' 'operation and in
rjisllty bf lint prodecsd ieknowletiged
by the tnosl" Irj'flqontiat ' t"t. Planters,
Iterclfan-g and Maoufaq . i -. vj
All "isaf, from JL8 to 103 sawj each, con
staotly on hand or tarnished from the man-',
ju Send.for Circular.
ALLEN HILL McALISTER,' t
se.-27-tf Nashville. Teaoesaeei t.
ALFKED T. rOPEl
POPE -& CXMP-j,'-
A 1 1 o ry, 'Cawi'
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STO'MiC'fi J-IT WRS-
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RB.D THE K0LI.0WJNQ HOMEEVI
dencc f its medicinal virtue; aud try it in
your own family circle:
-n T-a,t! ft t . . t
rstt lia vaXxaiuined your Stoitaca Blt
uuy.iand find itwbatyoiu.reprent It,
fit Like in Vh'eMateria MSlicrtx as well
is.thc.-'iaiist happy proportioned combination of
Tubstanccs.makH your Hitters Irtr tnperiortoany
similar preparation in the country. The fact
thntyou use Only tho purest Bourbon Whisky
must necessarily recommend yoar Hitters in
another point, especially as for as wholesome
ness and palatahility aro taken into considera
tion. J was well pleased to' see in yoar estab
lishment the- process of msnafecturing your
Bitters carried on by way of displacement, which
not only gives you a better product, but' also
recommends itself by clearer operation;
EMIL KC11KFFEE. ,
Apothecary and Chemist
I.6iiaulIc.Scpt:2.lSCC. ..Olri -:
Hear Sir: My wife and .child havo been suffer
ing for several months from indigestion. My
wife, seeing your advertisement;' requested ma to
bring her abottlebf your Stomach Bitters, which
I did - and on using onebottlo, I am more than
hippy to state tliat my child, now four mouths
eld, who has not had a voluntary action since
its birth, is- entirely restored, and my- wifo is
enjoying thq best 'ot health, and is npw wholly
unwilling to be without a bottle of your Bitters
in the house, as she says it is the ruo?t strehgth
euiugand appetizing tonic that can be used, and
that no houso ought to be without it: andLfeel
it due to the public to make known the woudef
ful good it has ptrformod in my h6usehold,.'and
most heartily recommend its use in every faiiiily.
I remain ypurs respectfully. . ;
Of Craig. Truman .t Co.; 218 Main sjrect.
Lovisville, Oetober.lS), 1SC0. , m -.
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.(.Xti Win y Hmki Vjr'; -A
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Rocc Havrx, Mkadk Cocxty. Ky
-. r " October 21, 1SS5. fj
Mr. Edteard Wilder, LauUvlllt. Kir.? ' ' y
Hear Sir : X take pleasure in saying thaUl was
sutferins from Ague and Fevcr.-or Chills aad
Fever, lor several mouths, when I was advised
by a friend to try your famous- Stomach Bitters',
and after using two bottles! I-am entirely re
stored. It not only imparts noir vigor, but it is
truly the best streniriheniliir and appetizing
ionic, at the fame timo pleasant to the taste, I
Ihoroaf Irty-vnuttrsted ifrout' thn. yMn, fi uso.
your Bittrs,.and be convinced -,of- lher worwerr"
tui lut-uiriuut Hiwer uuu viriuu. , ...
I remain yours rtspcctfully,'' '' - " .
., ' Vii NEVITT.
tB'r. . r .
- -.1' r--l- tut. 'li '-.lii -" 1
; ; 't t l " ' " -'
.LqusviLLK,lvY, Qctober.12, ISCd.
ir7,7er, EJ.. ttb 'i
rwasa.cood deal afflicted-with, Indigestion;
ami occasional attacks of Dyspepsia. I was iuW
vised to use your Bitters. I scarcely used one
bottle when I felt relief, and trout tho uso of the
Bitters, though nearly sixty-seven jearsof age;
feel the satuo energy and vivacity and chocrtul
spirits of a boy; of twenty-five. Your'Biltors are;
a pleasant tonic and cordial, and as they are lire-j
1arcd from pure ingredients and good, ojd iiour
tort Whisky, I can safely endorse their usofo all
aiQictcd as I was. I would say to such perconsj
kcci your minds easy, your bowels open, your
head cool, your feet warm, and uioi yitaer's
Bitters, and never nnnu tns iioctor. .
ltespcctfully, J. a BUCKEESr
2 OldTlcirablo" Agent Jirio KJit.
,UT WILL CORE.' " ! .. " !
.il ,11 -;i i
And all species of v. . , . ; '
Intermittent Fever-, !
' ' and Fever' aiid 'Ague, ,
ID "J' (
And all periodical disorders. 4It will givc.imme-'
' diate rclicran ' , ' ' t "
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OOLIO5 "A:ND FIiUX.'
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Tt w'Ul cure C05TIVENESS. It is a mildVana !
delightful iuvicorant for delicate FcmaloJ J t is
a af Anti-Billions Alterative and Tnqjc for
-family purposes. It is a i-nnorful rceupcract '
alter the Iramo nas been debUitated ana rcnuccu
he sickness. It is an excellent annetizeras well
as strengthencr of thd diccs'ive forees. Ifb i!S
sirablo alike as a corrective and mjld cathartic .
Iti being daily used aud jiretcrlbctl'by'all fhy-,
sieiansVas the' formula will be handcdtqiany '
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.-fc-itf i -t ta. : -K
e t b" i!Rrt-ll - 3l Jt'l 1
., Jf.iKli bit Sit' W 1-3h
'. rt nJ f.-i'?
.'. hnm - -3 mS'.ifl it w mwUt
A tv.'i nv-sl s5
2I5JMASBLE aFSONT. MAIH.S,
i nk Ifitim stU IK
xrtisKt i-"'' ' . dim w iam
, rppSALE ,BYt ALFLKRSia
HITGH McOItEA & CO.
Cotton and Tobacco Factors,
... A '''
"Jllarliet Slrcci, - - - IViiklivillc.
iJIE. UNDEltSGNED HAVING TAKEN
L. 'tho -above 'Warihouse, will purchase and
sell Cotton, Tobacco, Bacon, Lard, or any other
Prod ace, on Commission. Planters favoring) us
with their business may- rely on getting the bifh-1
est market Drico for their Produce. Our charsn
"will bo as low as any house ia the city. Should
oar oiairienas lavor us witn orders lor uroceries.
they may rely on having goods purchased at the
lowest market prices. We will give our attention
to goods forwarded to us from other cities. Ship
pers may rely on having their goods forwarded
promptly by thoiirst train, or boat after their ar
rival, uur office ii on Market street, wbero the
bid-book of Ili'OH McCkex & Co. eca be found
;by those interested. . .
'Jopijig tor stsuare.oi.puoiKj patronage, wtiua-
scnuu uurseivtB. eic
'ifaBlS' f 1IU!
111 MeCRIfA'Jt C
We respectfully introduro to our- old friends
oar successors in business, Hcon McCr.Ka Jc Go.
who continue tbo Commission husincss at our
stand.No. 23 South Market Street
Oar own office- is No. 23 College Street, where
we hope all parties who aro indebted to us will at
once call and pay their accounts now.dut, andH
parties who hare any claims against us. will.pr
scnt them for payment, as we wish to close up our
business at im early day.
janl3-ly . A. HAMILTON & CO.
WE SEfL' NOl.'Piitiburg Coal.'at thololiaw
Ing figures: s"
Lump per food' DciTercM.i: iCv.U.'.:.', '$5JT5
Round M ' ..ri5.V. .VtS
Slacked " - .'..:'S3;00
Seasoned Wood per Cord' 5W0
' Mr. Jam its Hcdnis. 'or Captain Cablt'e. will
receive Orders on-tho streets, or youcon lcavo
address at the Drug Store of ...
LITTEKER ,t CARLEIl,
ICorner tif Broad and Market streets.
Ayed Ague Cure,
FOR THE SPEEDY CORE OP
.KermlttoutJ'evcr, or I'cver, and Actio
-Remittent Ferrr, Chill Fever. Dmnb
Asrue, I'eclotllcul Ilemlnelio or Blllottn
lletulachc mid Itiltous l'evers. liitleil,
for tlie-wholo etnus or-tll-ieanex orijiitt
ntliigr in biliary (Icrniiajcmetit, eauwctl
by the miliaria, of ininauintic 'coun
Irics. T3EVKR A'D AGITE IS XflT
the only consctiucnco of the
miasmatic poison. A g r.e a t
variety of disorders arise
from its irritation, in
malarious districts, among
which are Neuralgia, Rheuma
tism. Gout. Headache. Blind
ness, Tootache. Earache, Catarrh, Asthma, Pal
pitation, Painful Affeation of the&plccn. Hyster
ics, Pain in the Bowels, Colic, Paralysis, and De
rangement of the Stomach, all ofwbieh, when
originating in this cause put on the intermittent
typo, or bccomeptriodlcal. This ' Cckk " expels
the pobon from the blood, and thus cures them
all alike; It is not only tho most effectual rem-,
edy ever discovered for this class of complaints,
but it is the cheapest and moreover is perfectly
safe. So 'harm can nrisa from its use. and tho
tpatientTvhen cured ialcft as hoaltby. us if h had
never nau too uiscose. ian mis ue raw ui nny
sthcr euro for Chills ind Fever? It is true of this,
and its -importance to those aflliotcd with the
complaint cannot ho over estimated. So sure is it
foenre the Verer ht Alruat that it mar betruth-
fully said to be? a certain Tfmedy, One.,DcaIcr
mrjlainl'tbaiitis hot A gffad niedieine tp sell,
ioiaerfipe, bottle ouiysajthojn'ghborhood.
Prepared by J. CATH ?-cVv -8
Lowell, Sfassachuscl'ts. and sold by
JJruggists-ami dealers eTcry whereat wholesale
and retail; in Nashville by
" ' BERRY. DKMOVIEI.E Sc WHARTON'
'FOB OHTTiTiS AND PEVER I
Use tlic J3e5tl
i HUKIiEY'S AGUE TONIC
Never 1 ails Always
" Nothing more" rcliit
to be Dcscndcd Unon-
hle than Hurlej-"s Tonic
lirlLt cure Ague' and Fever, Chills and fever, in
VV termittent Fever. Dumb-Ague. Every person
who has tried Hurley's Tonio speaks in the highest
terms of it. As a eurativoagentitris unsurpassed
and more certain than, quinine. No bail results
from tising HURLEY 'ST0NIC. Everybody should
use UULEY'S AGUE TONIC. Send orders to
HURLEY. RUDDDLE Sc CO-
Proprietors, Louisville. Ky.
Hurley's Stomach Bitters,
For Debility, Loss of Apnetite, Wealcness. Ihdi-
f'estion or Dyspepsia want of action on the Liver,
lisordered Stomach, there are no hitters that
compare with these in removing these distreviog
complaints.- Forsaloorcan be had at any Drug
Store in thoUnited States, or from tba pniprie
tors, Louisville,- Ky-corner Seventh and trecn
streets, to whom all orders should be addressed.
'llhrlcy. Snronpttrllln. '
1ho-!graat- Blood Purifier, as a Spring and Sunt
:mer Aiedicino stands unrivaled, removes oMJm
purities Iron .the. blood, and gives health and
ftrength to tho system. -
' HURLEY. nUDDLE Jk CO..
: , Proprietors.
--j.ir . , ,
Htirlcy'K Popular tVorni Cnuciy.
"As tuts is really a -Specific -for Worms, and the
Kpe Vint most nal.-i ' e form to civo tn-children.
-it'isrlStsurpristng nl it is fast taking the place '
ef all othenpreuaratiocs for wormsit being taste:
less, any. child will take.it. - .
Oriental' I'cnrl Ilropw.
l"Pnr.Ttii!iiillFcjnir ttin ComnleTton. cffcctuAllv re.
m6ves Tan, Freckles. Blotches,-and givinrtho
skin an. elegant smoothness not cosily attained by
any other. Its use among tne ladies ortosoion in
the. Hast, glyes it a character for efficacy which
at- once stamps It as infinitely superior forthe
Ink! Ink! Ink!
Scaton's Chemical Writing Fluid is becoming
world-renowned for i s sunerior auftlity. Having
been introduced only about six years, it has be-
como the principal in use with those who want a
fine, free (lowing ink, nnd for lis permanency 11 is
UMiIaIIv the hpt Ink for records that eon bo
used. For counting houses, banks or schools, it
is uneflallod.and needs only to ho tried to bo ap-
provcu. xor ratu uy uiuuu uuu .uKicmuiia
HURLEY. RUDDLE Jk CO.. Proprietors.
Corner Seventh and Green streets.
For.s-ilo by Retry. Domoville 3c Whartont 'J. Iv
Harwell: Litterer .t Cabler; Pulliam Jt.McCuI-
langiu Illood 3c Gregory Nashville: and by all
Druggist'. , Junel3 lyd.tT
J. K. fllLEKBT,
- Of Pulaski, Tenn.
Lite of Guthrie & Co.
. a. 4. ooanqy. . .
of Pulaski. Tenn.
Gilbert, .Parkes & Co.,
... Wholesale Grocers, '
.C O 1TC OJi FACTORS
1. 1 .; jisb
; " COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
VoC'aS South' Mnrket (41., Xasiivhle.
tt. w.t. TENNESSEE. ' "' ;
Ttf ti A"RE NOW RECEIVINU AND 'WltL
.iWii.keej constantly n luulda good assortment
of Staple Groceries, which we offer to tha. trade
at the-lowest market rates. We' have-ample
facilities for Storing Cotton and other Products,
and will spare no poles to obtain for those mak
ing Consignments to us. the highest market price
Ry strict personal attention tobuiiness we hope ot
merit liberal share of patronage.
oct3 3m . , .
rrlHE ' U-HDHRSIONED IIAVE IN FULL
L operation their shop for Jloaufacturing Sash.
Doors, Ulirnb, Insidr and out, buth statltmary
and Pivot slats Mshljpgs, Cornices, Bracket.
Woshbocrds and Caseings, Door and indow
Fram. ornamental and plain j alantle Pitts'.
Weather bo anting aad Flooring, dressed ready for
and- evr7 dlseriptloa of wootf-wersr con-
ntl with kn.Llinr Vfl a alic. rjrcrjtred to
eohtroct for mSd tog ca tire, or la part. We have
been at be&ry ex pease tn pro u ring anu putting, up
If irhlnerr- And hone br punctuality anudir pateb.
to merit nd recstva thai custom of i generons
Order &em-aiiT-re!iotf-of th South em conn-
try will be panctuajly filled. ,
Ucr Eoop is ia 1 nisxxl una eonneetkon witn tue
ocomotive. A'hepa of the NiUhviile and.Chatta
SSca, RanrSad CaBiPanr. near tho"Seanee Coal
(Brsy fuif -urnm n-sm -h-hm t-i- ui
College Street, near Union,
Designated Depositary and Jtr.aBtial Agent
of the United States.
it is pre fired to transact a regular B-mkiag
bnsiess, and furnish Exchange oa
Government ecnritievG4 andlii;r,beught
ant! Fo'ldun Commission.
JOHN LlfMSDEN. President, ,
W. J. THOMAS Cashier '
THIRD MTIOML BMK
V. W. lVrry. 3L Burus.
Jolin Kirkman, Jos. W.. Alien,
"DWt.avcr, Edgar Jones,
Daa'l V. Carter, A. J. Duncan,
Afcxandf r Fall, Chas. X. lllUmaB,
T11IS BANK. OCCUPIES TUE BUILIUKO fOK.
merly occupitd by the Planters' Bank, cwrner of
t'ulou and Collrge street, anJ Is prred ta buy
and tU Gold and Silver, Drafts, V. S. SecariUet aad
state l!ond, collect Note, Prafts, foapoas, etc., In,
all Irts or Ute Uuitwl states.
5-20 Buuds auj 7-30 Treasury Notrs always on
band and for sale. Cold Coupons cashed aud Com
pound Interett Notes bought atlhe liighest ratf,
..f-. , ,. i . . . i ib- . i -1-1 .
. w.llKnHY, frmMrst, . . ootlUjaa
a fro K v. i - , i -1. a "
41 C'lierrj'; Street, vip sIwohJ
im- . v .NASHVILLE.,.TNN1
:X. .GOlLADA Y
CM v.vS he 6 t o v tts
"tOpposite-St: ClOml lintel)
Xo. 3, Simmons' Block; Cbnrcli' Street,
Corner Hroad and' IH5I1 SlreeU.
RKTA1L PRICES Or FLOUR, MEAL AND
i'eeJ. Ucllterpil.fri! o.eliarcn: , '.
Fluur, made of White Wheat. Washing
ton " per barrel.
Broadway Mill Extra Family 1'lour
Uroadway Mills S. Fine Flour : .... '
Graham, or Unbolted Flour, per 10U IU
Middlings, per ItWlbs '.
Rye Flour .
Buck WU at Flour
Corn Ilea , per bul 1..
liran, per lui 1U ...........
Sliied do., pvr 1l0 1U .....
Shorts, per JUU lbs . ...
Hay, per 1110 It
Corn, per busliel
oa(s, per mhik i ...
I). 1.'1)1CKKV, Agent.
PJtlKAfiD, ROPER & MSI,
Commission Mercliants, !
100 Commercial Street, cor. "Walnut,
h rr . 1 o u 1 . '
Lit BUSUUS3 JJSTRBSTSD TO OUR CAUB
romptlv atteuded to,. .
" ' 1 RKEREXCE: "
trfr.1 v. !,.! n,i,v v.tiiWit
. ''lng, ToU-yt Co., Bankers. Kaihvlll. , ' J
J.-o. V. Caar, Esq., proprietor Si. Cloo'd irotl,-.
Nashville. , ' -isapS-ly,
12. Ij2 tm: oval.
MRS. S. O. IfAlVTIIORXE
HAS REMOVED IIER1 , , !
Millineiy and Cloak Making
KSTA It I. I Nil . KNT
ivo. 2 -siamoxs bt.ock,
...-.11 . . 1
CHUItCill STIt,E;T.!. 1
(Opposite St. Cloud Hotel.)
Where she hopes fo sec her old friends aod
N. B. Mrs. H. is offering her stock of
Millinery, ,CIouUn, Ktc, nt Cost,
To make room for Now Purchases.
,ESIRE TO RETDRNTHANKS TO THElh
natrons for the liberal aunnort heretofuri
extended to th'etn.'and state to the puldie ged
erallv that in order to havo greater facilities for
supplying the j
IiicxL5umo1, .Demand '
for their work mi ey arc filling up in uinxnificen
style the large' and cijiuniiMlleui two. story
No. .76 . North. Market Street
One door north ofthelr present- stand, fur a j
Crirrlngre Factory nml Snips Itooins, ;
Where thev willlio better nresared than ever
keen up their reputation for making first-etuis
Kitlrnnee to Itepalrlnr Ntinfm will hb
inc stntne nx sirreioiore.
A splendid assortment of Carriage work always
on hand at the lowest Uirure.
We will continue at our old stand until our
new factory is fitted tip.
deol-tf M YE IW A. Ill; XT.
33 Public Square
WILL DEL1T,R GOOD HARD, MEI6
chiui table- Woed, anywhere wfthtn tho
I'lVK DUI.IIIIH Illlt SJOKD.
Orders received at
new wood yard:
TTTOOD FOR SALE AT TAItlr, OR RELIV-
r 1 rrm, cbeapur-iuaa at any plUer yard, in tit
City. Terms strfcUj CASH.
O - PARTIES - J-UnonASHJO ' IjAROKLY.
Yard corner North Front and JelTersori
a. r, DAsroKTjj, Apt.
50 6rtlt Cherry Street '
Opposite Cetonaaile BnlUlag, S'mhiiUf, Tesnu.
. . T
Plumber' and Casnitera Material
B.lvTyon.IIanrlt - - - ;
M1EK?LKAI . - i
IUO.. jl LEAD riPK, ,
! ' ' -BATHTijBf; i
OrH7' tltwcrfptKb, e.,t. " ' "
tuMiers, Orackeif, Ca iriztutsr,.aadritt1ag.
XT X AW.
V. t J ( -ii:-I K 4.11
-jt : mink 6z-)r
An Elegant Stock of Fall nnd
Winter. CloHiittc and Gent's
-IlJirriTXOTOVft, lOmbllC Surinrc.
Fine Dral Irlelton Snits.
UVXTTSGTOys, Public Square.
New IStj'Ics Wobby Strcct'ContH
14 Pnbllc Sqitnrc.
Elcffttiit R'rotrn 31c! ton Bns-
t.fW".' ' f
Seotcli and EuIImIi Caslmore
II irvrrVOTO V. H l'ubllc Kqunre..
, t . r
Oxford ilIixcdi-RuHincHS SuIU.
,. HUXTIACTON'S,,!! rnbllcfiqunVe.
Elegant ipinin iiuHlness Suits.
Children's 'Cnpe OvercoatH,
A Flncl Assortment of Sole
IIUXTIXCTOVS, 1 1 I'nlille Srjuiu-e.
Youths' Business Suite.
1 1 111 h lie Sqimre.
Sillc Mixed Cass I me re' Rusi
ncsR SnlLi. i
' IirXTINOTOVJi, I i Tftibllc Sqnnre,
octao - t . . :. ;
j. x. msii. s. u. auaror.
FOOTE, NASE & 00.,
Nos. 17 and 19 West Columbia Si.
. , OF COLOGNE,
LIQUORS AND V7INBS.
1 Dtitsis tf orxciVg 1 " J
' 'It (IB E It T SOX COCXTT' j ,
HOUKnoX, rltYE AIV MOXOXGA1ILA
,UV H I S K I E S. ',
Proprietors of the celebrated brand of Orange
" ' " Valley Whisky.
; inayj3 dly
PEMIiTS, STOiVSOA & CO.,
(Jcjicral Commission 2Ierchnnts,
Ku. 48 CarbafIet, cer.
Cnlen street, Kew Oriraas
( 4 ' St'Sll'SWlSttESOir!' 1 "
K. V., late of Austin. TexaaL
W. IT. PKUKINS. 1
D. L. KKKNI0K,
of Perttns A Co N.O,
LEA & PEREINS
of o Letter from a
TLEMAN at .Mail
ros. tn his brotltfr
'-osif od sACcr
. .and. applicable to
aiay. 1851. '
"Tell Lea le Pr-
rins that their
is hlchlr eat
in India, and
uij vi'tutvu, t.tiv
most palatable as
well as tne ma.
Th iTojnrihljinMtlilI-fori3anilnnri riled
condiment having caused many unprincipled
dealers to apply the name te Smtiors (
vnrri.. ill I'l.llr.TC St nrHtnrTrni.l.V and I
xtsriTTetiuested to see that the names of LEA3:
PHRRIN8 are npon'tha WBArrEit, A.A1U.U
STOrrEIl and HijriLK.
LEA i PmtRINS. Woreesterj
JOHN IHJjrCAN'JH KONH.
'Naw Yoar, Agents for the Inltcd States.
octlS lying . - , '
JtfD(5E JOHN S, BRIEN k JNO. C. HlfRCH
ATTOENEYS AT LAW,
xo. 04 eiranuY ktbett.
Corner College anil Union S'trcets.
T Vt- THOMPSON WOULD ISFOUlt IIW
lL.lrfiMaDdtb9uMlc that 1h baa Ju.t fitted
up aud epntd an 4risut Itmtoiirant oer M
Saloon, vtter gcntlritun will Unit at all times not
only tl bttt Ute be ma aiaiE! aflordt, but alxr tyv
beat t.f jfrTrryiblBg fnita a tlwtaiM Jlaiug pre--eurnl
th amrlers of a firit'rate rung, an I from torr
lougupriMie lu liet.l Lus4bh, I frel Meufleat '
ortttg am l pfraa cntxttiwera.
Frnh (lytra teerired. ilaHy nrfd hp In any
itvle Frwk UatuealwaHea h.iwl. i
nur4.tr E.8.TIIOMPSOK, Proprfcter.
LoMOINE & WILLIAMSON,
Office N'a 1 1 N. Cherry St; iioarClftirck
P. O. BOX. 375.w...NASIlVJHiE.
PL AKS, SPKCI FIOATIO.f 8 AND JTIKATE3
promptly ajeeuted. A TarUty of Drawlogs tot
Cottager. YUlaa; Hot Jltram; Gardens, Parks, etc.,
to salt ait localities and taste can ba seen at this
: Tk't, irtr(n..n r., r iri n tr n
" - I . -- ... .mnuwwu,
W. T. Berry, A. Jf Daneaa) KoLert Tnompeon, and
3IaJ.W. C Lwt. an.V?.i
YELLOW PINE' FLOORING'
At Lew ngires. . ,
m? . IIP . - ' " I
tpr.; CrATVfortl and Kortli. Summer" S taw
11 ' " ,' ' ' ' ''
in' ; '" ' ' " "
iLNds'Ab " OBGAiirg,
" Hit st -,-'
-li ,. -a l i- i i "' ' '
I ?Ui ' i.' ' '- --' - '
W f4 snoi ' mU. .
ajdeximlaa them. w t . j
Prwortaate.iates gtfcas4c psrioda.
3Vtbi inysfffaMy hi alawc.
Toys and ChrisfeiGifts
W I S -E'S
ESTARIilHUEl) , HOCSB.
at ImM isi amUaeir taattM out oattt
tba atii f ISxnulrr Ttt Kt suMwti uf
' t?5,000 WOUTH
Bonnet; Hat, Sash, and Trim
1,800 of ,the Xatest New
Styles of Hats, Bonnets,
and! a Beautiful Stock
of Plumes of Every
BIJiJ)S A2fH oxxAKM&rs.
rails FIwfs and Bridal Wnatbs,
taterraan4UaiM. w -ynMssaBea JSBsih isms
at SW.Ul ; in piM KrBb, alt Weor Mlitasu, at
flO. Latlies MU of Fan at mat. A fiarfe
stock of 1M and Faacy Getb, BmsMLiif , at
tost. Wtfeft-n lf, etllTtsaSSSasMMrn!oM.
N.O. Aasny fcaalth rvqultva eeufSsot aMaat
East, I intrn-1 MUMtblis austitr Lkk lHwleM at
New Vort, Intriag a trncb s( twr)asla,at Sttfit
ytHe. exthHiiHy lr MiWnrry StMOSV, rf tr it
dene Bast will gin oa stiftfcr aitntBUaatS9ltt
geU at greatly rydaoetl wit., uai..tbr Jate-t
noTeftles aa tby cobm oat Kat.
I trust oar tU IrntU will hi? u pa ft Ski.
tU tuaK, aaJ gtt yood y&low k lt4r monry.
At 46 Union Street,
S .A. W M E:Zi S.
. rK.VLBR IH ALL KINB3 W
LUMBER, SHINGLES. 'ETC,,
Tlir TTXPEROMJI), lUVfKO RuVJWTLY
pnrehawl th Bfpr Ml IT, kaewa ai IM
"liwentilr MIH," Im M itaw aM tkr ta.Ht eUi
una of Katt IIW aud swiasHttaicaMUilry alt kiwi
of Laralxrat pricea to stilt Wtnini. ! -if "X
pet lent at the bnslnxn Ja(tlftt MM hi sajrtHC that
all work shall be turned uut-tn a WtfffeteaOMke tus
nttr. -By strict attusltsa aad fkir ateaJtma a bew
t merit a liberal sbar of patreoaa. Call aod s
for yeRrsHf before eoatraettBg 4swKt.
Ktat-tr m. a hlbbxbO.
R!tIMA & TIIAXTOIV
RE3I0VED TO THEIR LARGE AND
NO. 00 SOUTH COt.I.KGK HXItKKT,
WHERE TIIET WILL BE HAlTV TjutK
IbetruM frimds aBd ctMtonm, aad WlH
TalLthiatltr of tba ptwat eworwy at i
'tntnlng 4ai br tbt MMBtt rtertt(tipftaMi,
hereteire tiesWwad ismb Shit bw sd MS?
btipo by thefr target heHtHes for STajSlSl Sat.
of Cetton. Tobocea aad atjwr OtHrtry T re-Joe. M
merit a owtttnoance ef th saisa.
Tlicy will mate llooral Caslt adVancos
on Cotton, Tobacco, aad all Frodnoc
consigned to their care.
Thatr tens wtK ahsan hi as Ivx'ju aof rarpes!.
Ue honv-, ttsra er stMwitrfe.
Tbey wHP at aM ttetefi )op n haBd'a (HbI
ooiplaU stock oft-
GROCERIES AND HR0VISI0XS,
Wbkb tby wtH (Miitf tb XnJ tavrwy
Instance, at ttt Luwtit Mnrket ltatrju
aep8-r Ne. tj Sense, OJtfcg sin H.
yr.uxyr. a la roe oiTAxrtrv jr
Best Hciitutiky .Uaggiiig,
At-jtx cram prk rfytp.t ''
Bopo and Iron Tie
also, for sal, aa aheap aa Htwyaan (wWl- A
Utn from tha rfgular pr at bma Ths nm il ta, thw
who want tt.a 'o pM agala.
Naahnlk, rVjiL, ST. 1.
Capital, One Million Dollars
CIOIIVNATf, IIt)i "
It. M. BISHOP, ef R. Jf. MttM & O.
TIIEO. COOK. PiwMeat Vmhmt tt tmm'
JOSEPH C. BDTLJBX, I'm- t af Ifcfatlo Vaak.
IIUOII MfBrtiVRY. Jf Itwt. MeikaaVjcr
-It. B. HULL, t Aiir, Ktatt ft d.
CIIAtlLKS KULTT. of O. Halt Ce.
a It. VUC'nAKAK, ef BHckaaaa Kja.
ADOLI'H WOOD, a AtMpb Y4 Agto.
JAMES S. WlBK, XahTlM Pack. OmtUtS.
h. A. HAHEIff, Mayor f Hnt-btaoti. ' " .
THOU HliKKlXH K. PrwhtM
Vfih 8. CVUMLLY, YUmVlS&Htt.
OmMfcT J B4w K-trl Kaaflaart-o-
ral Ffre and MaHn In iIbmi lnninl7ait
U. C. Jtcf AIRV. Arti
l'ci lwt-d m flniaaw BrMe BwWtH hr
S. B. RKOWN.
Late CapUi-A. Q,
La tfceik jt.
s. b. mo w : sa,
COLLECOgON OF OLAIMS
No. Gl CSturoh ftirectv
Seeead Pteor.) - -
P. 0. BOX m 4 -JTAlMtYILLlC. TBKN.
f 1 LA IMS FOR BflHNTT. JWK P-AKBftN-
J lionl. Traforta4ttii-iVaIlaad.llBjiOnar-
termaster anu wasrjr aiea,j
. . - - . i rr
HORSES A1VD HflW.ES v
Taken fr8l T"enuatw aad KalnikUMaad
used hy !he Uitd Stataa traOM. LatMot. llBaua
ana l5fpaesrkr , ,
Ofllcera and Setdien ia U. . S: Swrrlce.
Three msollw Par snilSer
ters 1b- certain eaios, ifod-
promptly alteaded t. - -
'BoaBtie and PtastMdM suhHsrAiMMl
heirs, ta certain ease, and placM jH tt
dlers aad their-ireirrw tlW h fiaHa M
eoantry. Rubjs tot ua . hr mail iHK
Wprofflpt atti at iTlaatt! aa ptMB.
yareaorxeavut e ttcstjnable,- ...i ritar
RtrKErAeta-.ai. Has. a ir Tku. fr
S. A.: 0r Wm U. Btafew: 9.
HeAafeer. ii Mini nl 1 i i-sfsy'i iW , i . vri-
oi -i aH.Tmei.awi mttrr re&eraJly sKa tata
roiuniter aray , aatW-ta'
16c 3, .