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Ik. caitwsntioa , with a, Northern
Kentlemnn recently,' ianre it as hie
opinion.'that" the democratic' party
North had ben etniised more hy the
South Carolina, Alcorp, orjKfsMjp
sippi, and Longstreet, of Louisiana,'
that! by liny other cause Hint
aware of. Conaervatite EepuUioaus,
he gaid hesitated lo Vote again!! their
uartT.when iUeonraa wa eaiforscd.
by Southern inert of bo maeli "prow'
' nenoe.j' 5V fo ueljubt ,tlie 'Itufaj
of this tsUtemCrifor it is vr ' the
ease t-liu, au 'eneinyyiji cwup is
mote dangerove thin many out of it.
BesYjes'flio' people cf'lLp ojril. can'
not know, a we do, tha donbtful an
tecedents, and itit$Jpftli$$t fncK'
HoHthcrn betrayers of their own sea
tier aft 8 race. " Most of tTieni are the
material that the yaukoes made) spies
of dttri'n'c the watV and very "few' in
the South. Were, surprueiLat tlieir re
creancy, because their conduct daring
the . war hud ifu)ly prepared -them . to
exneftt it, except in' the case of Long
street, wliote jrocent. course remains
utill nn enigma; awaiting hie own M
lutiotC. thV president, ' too, UC
SootherftWriyjct Tennessee it groan
ing under the, infliction pf V18. Kadi;
calism, nd the Union might not have
been now urrudcrcd and the' Con
Btitution disregarded, had he not giv
en Congress a precedent by overturn
ing he' Slate governments of .the
South soon after the clojp of .the war.
And claiming to have been a life-long
Democrat, his condact hits - given a
damaging blow to Democratic prtuoi-
ph."',; 1 " . .v V'
Iu JwpuBing Governors elected by
the jjffjipleand Substituting men of
his own choice and making sueaking
loyalty the test,' h? "strnck! the " first
blow it the L ii ton aud the CouBUtu
tion, anUL'ongreHi m ouly carrying
out, to iti legitimate ebnsequ'euccg;
The election 1 farce, - on Saturday,
passed off quietly, with the exception
of a triangular fight between three
negroes, who wevei parted ; h is the
statement umUo In 11s. iuo Ugnt oc
curred. very appropriately u the
Judiitt'a aland whero 'Infractions of
law sre no rare oecurronce, of late.
W'i dq not Fpeak of tho, stand here,
but use the the terra. . in a general
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Wo met with some strangers here,
on that day, who saw, for the first
time, the practical workiugs of negro
snprcuincyj and their dingust amOnnU
id almost to nausea. Ihcir exprors
ions of indignation were unmeasured
when they saw , bouy .ignorance,
manipulated by low, vieions evtnningi
having freo nccess to tho ballot box,
whilst the heat men in the conntv,
the pray baited aud experienced were
required io ttuud buck that -Africans
may make laws for Teiinesscec. And
whon they esked w here was the char-
ai'toriatio chivalry of Tenncssoeans,
echo mifsbt .Lava answered, where!
but we hud no answer to give.
A'upm.t Belmont hasaunouced that
the llothchilds and other European
btfiihvldur will exert (heir iuflucuce
against any osudidute for the Presi
dency vlio way adyocate' ,;,the pay-
meal of bonds with ereenbaeks.. It
in bad taste as well as bad polioy to
threaten Anieriunn democracy with
the' intoivcntion cf foreign capital,
iu our dftmoi-tii- atUirs. The effivt
will bo to niuke the party determined
aud peraidtuut in tLu wUo policy which
sig alarms fni-efjfrt nnd domestia eapi
UU , Oi''umV tho tlreuteiied iuflu
fnceean be strtid -nly i the shape
of briTicry, and if Hidniout thus Avows
Ids purpose to e.i-nperate in thooriin-
iiiartiaiuiiclioiij he U in (he vrong
place as t'hitii'iuau.oi'tbe Nittitmiil Kx-t-uulive
Coiiiuiittve of the dt-nurratic
rrt7.' ' . '
ri(lerwod, nf Vivoinia,' the
tinuifhei) avallywng Judre
uuxiotts to sit on the trial of Mr. Dn
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MS, (ii'i-tvieu, iu a uic uiaouuuius tas",
that the Souithorn M.iUm are iu
ITiiiuu. fiir L-crtain Had c-al nurnoses
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i.thoi w rue they are out of it,
tunc pi;; ana sometimes puppy
It eeeiMt that J-w lUinjinhira has
,on. lor tho lU,i,.Hl,. An illustra-
tiotl ol the (taii;erous power ieldetuau dose by uie, nhoje thin, pulo, unhaep
hyenpiffll, In the baiirlf the cor-
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rupt. The money fust stoloYt from
tint nr -rle. ie itie.l to dhueh and
ii i'Li-1 ii tVt'lu
ljThe, DcroocfftUo' de.ral officers
anclsoJJier or Alisedan are; organ
Uing ia, oppOTlfiotr ta the G.5 A- K.
It is a pitj -they didn't foresee tttl
these trouble w heir .they ira .eagerly
(old themselves to New Kng1and( for
the destruction of Stiie Souths Atb
eves have been ouened a few years
We -are . authorised to announce
that Judge Bnrry will address' the
people here, on Wednesdayj; next.
Tnrr "irtVa 1ie.iV hlrn;' n4 theti go'
to woikau4 elect Lim Chancellor..,
;! Jndge Barry'rf' appointment fJT tO'
morrow,. wlU lo filled by Q. A. Ileni y
and' Yf; A.Quafles:"- "
i V?a aro again.under obligations to
itoteJsILl Goliiday, of Kentucky,
for interesting numbers of the Glpbe.
-jf c o tt e 6 r o itpeVc k : .
, ! , Jacksom, Miss, March 8, .1868. 1
rtirAiiT?iinnwiiM.e! Pomnellpd to lmasa few
.Uours. awaiting the arciva) of ipy trutn, jo.,
cilj wko.il wiUiout avqaainUnie far m and
wltheal nme9eenrtf n y tort fur a ttranieer
alter daik, I arn trying uolb to egtiile 'TO
tedium of unopeujii'd Itisuis and to. attain.
the brain report necessary to; slumber after
that orean ha been excited by j unwonted
slgbh'iincl'scehs. "In other and (nore Intel.
IjgiUle jiurnse, J am t sleepy a bit am full of
talk, and Itav'ut anybody to talk to, and so
must "needs tare' eojierabuftdani gae'
UDoi! fbiyr Radcttird,c I floo'l Twnnt touto
pijtjjiia,'iiui!U(li .)i KjoiMsejf)iowqVerllMit jet
your seaden do U. - A 'ii u'tn j.int.-.i. ) 1
I You WlVnot hyforge(ten that thiselty
is ttie ifJa'p! i()t 6f Mlsslsjtppfj 'ttutl oMOci'nted
wttn styue oftba grandest historic events 4?
the hileatrtiicBlci but. above. alL that's itsi
eroWalng glory, to send lis hame "sounding
down the nges." Is (be Cfinvention now in ses
sion. In the walls of li Stnt louse to fiame
a new constitution fotf Wissiuippt, end place
her banner, "full high dvanced'' upon tbe
lofty sum ii its' now rearing1 by- the Radicals
(be another and more daring Tltnnie- war
npon the gods themeeleef.1 ':: ' :
After a fl breakfirrt.''tht' was touehlngly
suggeative, bulb, in .. cuisine and iu caen
therefor, of the desolation' aud desperation
of the war,. I wended nryeva thianorning,
towards tb,c Cnpitol building. It is by no
uicaus a structure u. address tbe pride of a
.State, built as it is after no particular order
of architecture,' with a torn h of 'the Doric
and Corinthian Etjlcn here and there, pro-
mitxuouly jumbled togelbex, . There is
something of the spirit of the Retfitiance,
though nothing of Its forms, abont tbe.lnto
rior arrangements and 'decorations, ' which
aro soiuutmies quUu in.baruiouy with tbe
dignitaries aow lording It over these cbam.
bers. The hall of Renresetitntlves is filled
with dit ty deski, Fronting these, end raised
froui.llio floor some 15 feet, is. tbe Speaker's
seat. Tucked upon tbe wall bock of this, is
a huge nutionul Hug, perhaps some 20 by 30
feet in uimeiisions'. I never ' saw wore
wuii ainpesTHan' tliia, aad It affords a
moit harmonious background, Into wliirh tbe
Speaker and uimubers of, tbe cpnvcutiou
blend as softly aud insensibly as in a picture
of Giortd.: : 1 '
When I arrived tbe CdbVention was begin
nlng to e.4mt)M, tiurj not long thereafter," H
was called to erifcr nnd then there was be
fore me, in full completeness, one of the most
astounding' hnd lnwt significant spectacles
this, or eny rVthet nge has ever witnessed, j'
looked over this awembly, born of a revolu-
tiou, whom end the prattling Infant can as!
well forcjee as the wrinkled sage, and found J
it difficult to realize the nctuality of the
scene before me. There were just 68 dele-1
gates in tbeir sent., a bare quorum. ' Of Mils
number, If my count tens correct, 19 were
negroes and S9 whites, besides the Speaker,
about whose color, I was lnfoiuii-4,, there is
some di.sputo. ,. . .
I wish I could tresspass upon your space
enongh fo give yon some pen' nnd ink pof."
trnits ol the most prominent membors of this
nugust body, but justice both to thcui and
your rendnrs. forbids the tusk. 1
, A word aljont the President of the couven.
Hon oiny not bo uiuuvi to give you a propur
conceptioa of Lb bilent and character of the
remarkable iiodj- over which he preside. As
he tnkrs Ills Jfht arid furrevs wltlj a gUni-e
of conscious .dignity tbe) faces, before. , him,
yeu cau see, UKue he utters a word, that
here Is oee of those blgH, liaughty and eom-
uiandlng intellects which nceotd unwilling
homage to Deity iisclf. You can see'ihal U
is sell' cuiitaiued and superior to every stroke
ol Fortune, whether ll empped him close in
some Tonltentinry barber rliop,' or allowed
kiiu the luxurious liirjijto growlb be now
indulges in 04 be taint publie expense. I'n.
conversant with the ecmiiletitirs of parlia
mentary tisa, and nifBiber of a bnrtv
eqtially n'nfnniilmr with 'It 'as hiinrelf, his
wondcrftil originality end perfect 'self- posies-
Ision enable hiru to unravel the most tangled
Vein o' co
ly new anil
etnkiuR, K-umrrers to his de-
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I'laiUIld liri. AIU.U li.l Ulll. Iliunv ,.
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compLiiiwuu uot only villi the .pracularity
of bis words, but with that twinkle under
nearly closed lids which spuuks voiuiucs ol
uiiutieieii and unutterable wUdom. If a
measure is lin;xlly declared pasmd, and ii
prove, a-t it w;verul Uuies liii;,rcn,vl while 1
I was present, that some trifling uuionduiciit,
j insii' id of the luuiu ijuenio;,, witsui-Utd upon,
the i're.idtut kiiuas his ?ei ivlary will have
i it all riirhl upon the "record,"' aud so iieilhor
i be or the cuuu-ulion trouble themselves about
a reeoiihuk r.iiniii,
lu looking i'tcr the white uieuihtirs, 1
Mhiitiht they were aUml equally composed
lof unlive lluil euls mid Northern a.lvrnlu.
8,re,'S Ihuiijjlulie latter in iv preihaiiiuate, as
- iwLhh I bed lulu-u lor indigenous llU'sis.Mii-
li,'.,.,. u.a,u .....i:.... ' i'i ... 1
it ii'.iiui-ii in.u tvrini ui iuee stveel Uowers
una, w iuues. i uere ere Home urev
i ii iiitd vciierul.lis aiuuiij-tlum ul,m. r.,...j
I u oru wilh u lnujr huw !cs sti u 'ulc for Fulue
'""". "'"' h-cuum in with a new
ii e at tlie uniM
t of UlUillllti Kith 1ml',
j the oilier foot ' l'cii LeJ up" along side , the
oue now iu me uite. There were alto
ronie iery y"Uiu. uh n, who Jong and pom
aded IiH-ka, brass bialoiud blue coals, unj
: bWlW eyes uM id a fiery enerjsautched
C H rK!?;
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a tuvut tTvMuce from tha gdly soil of
1 Sen Tua-hind, I imi'iiicd was isniiliug in
"'" ue. wpo t4 left
the laud of !.'; fathers aiiuppr, sT.onl I return
laJ.i.i t' i. -. 4- qua r..iKieli II ill m
open fa welcome less rjtreant but greater
sun than S. B. Prentiss. , J . t
, Bitt I mutt leave these 'lesser Eights, a 4
and iatrodc to yon the full orbed' splendors
of this krilliant. V.lring. I.wtS rathet
surprised To find there Were Bot moW "Jim
kee niggers" amongst the colerel delegates.
Of Uit nineteen! think ihae Were only font
or five. TJie others were nearly all darkies
of tre thoroughbred plantation type. These
were mostly 3'ouwr "Bucks," with only two
or turee.of..tbo i-lua tt.anL sJippored jiarta-
I was tald that all at nearly all. of the
wbite delegates who,ha4 been elected as
Coaaeivalive had left the eouvcntiun in dis
gust and gone bomc4 ) All that, were Jell
were Radicals, ret these bad .divided tUant-
elves Into extreme JSada and cooaervativa
Hails that it inte Rtda wbo were wiumg to
bed and board wile ilugr for lifelune,
and lb one wbo hadn't made up tticir.. minds
to do this but occasionally.. :i UaKUUir. o.ate
numterod about ona-tbud of whiles, Ut
coutm the neireea bad thair . tenis npoa the
other side of tha bouse with U I'm an and
brother" maiorily. .Ther Kenerally Paired
together, though J tew.oitt ektk. occupied by
"cross suit". I freeusftU taw.ioworar,
the white members leave Jueir eeatt and tit
down or aland up by these ."Qea aud brolU
ers," - indulging ia cloae conrersaliau-the
a bile, I saw pnaof tbe MMtft Ceutael looking
of these white exlieuiea pass bit armarWiud
(be aeck of oo tbe 4ilaAca and niggorasl
looking of .tbe (UlsgMioP Xruatt Africa, aad
touching the sable ear with his owe lip,
huldU Iodic attentiretoiilswbiipsred words.
Tbes ceasing nod looking . intei.tiie; ogros
lace, us grinning Ivories and aodumg actu-.
eecanee were rtwaruVd with, a elay fujiy at
fecliouale tag noon Uie sbouWeK , 4 vj
TIm. 'tSeeicuant-at-Arms,'.' or door-keeper,
is a mulatto, who, by tbe way, -wished p
discharge tw little white pages be bad. ap-,
poited,i for, ridiculing tbe conventioa. ,i
DrveuoMi be did so and bat aiuce selected, in
their stead some ef the more favprit and
reliable color. v.- 4 ,1 -.,v
'i'Ue bead page is a hotel waiter -ooking
sort of darkie and seems to be a great favor.
he wllb the Uousa, ; lie it oulinuallycce
Died in antUeriruT op the documents throw a
over to the floor by tha members from their
dudes.: The tablqtdelegotea, aloue, give him
constant, enplof meat at this business, -us
they do more wriuug tban alt me outer
members torcther,.a'iU enjoy hugely the ad-.
mi ration, oi heir-dntk brethreu ouuid he
railing: ever tUis disulay of ."larninit." j I
did not bear any of these pak while; I wa
present; but they tat at their desks and held
a uewsiiauer or a pea conslautly ia their
hands. AH did this, with the. exception of j
one young Buck, whose cotton field type of
face contrasted most amusingly .,wilh the
jaunty brass buttoned coat aud, standing col
lar, touching bit ears, which, bo wore, tie
at last became tired of supportipg tbe dig
nity of bis exalted position, and pulling open
tbe drawer of. hut desk, took tberelroui a
piece of meat and bread, and uiuucbiug them
vigorously, "Kichard looked himself again.'.'
During- this interesting proceeding, a vote
wnt called and tha members asked to ataad
np, a very eausual thing in this oue-sided
body. The meat aud bread question baa
lone superceded the discussion of every etji-
er with this delegate, aud ha was not routed
from its absorption eveu by the members ris
ing to their . feet, until hit oolieagua, who
had been more atteuure, touched blip on tbe
shoulder, when he sprung up just in lime to
be counted.-:! had observed, however, that
all the ncKro'deleaaies waited until their
tide of Ihe House wm rising heore slarliog
. 1 At I Mid, none of tlie negroes spoke, but
there was out old Ethiopian, ol owl like
gravity, who, in tbe midst of a ooufutedand
wrangling delwile, would p np. every few
minutoe with culls foe da ornioui u3.
shun.'l Kq altCBtiou wat muh1 to biut, iiow-.
ever, and be would sit down like. anoUtex
Dogberry, with the air of, "put me down
nn as).'1 -. riv' ... - I! '
" " frennent lurtlve
while wnune,- turned towards the ruilinir
bock of him, where whatever audidiee that
comes to see this wondrous spectacle gathers.
At the time, there were only a few negroes
behind this railing, and these, indeed, iron-
em! ly composed the spectators, for I taw not
more than half a doses wbite auditors while
) was present.- A sanilclon Bashed upon me,
and I walked noiselessly to where 1 could
see the pa"e of foolscap bis pen was rapidly
tracing, aud tho sheet y as nearly covered
with "pot bonks and hangars I " In the next
moment ho turned, and seeing a white man,
immetiialeiy placed bis arm over tbe page
ana ocgan to listen at the discussion going on.
But I sue I have filled up my space wtili
only some uiiuur details, and not allowed
myscll room to give you the tout mxmble of
this ciichantlngiclurc as I bad wished to
do. I nuw must needs close, after a were
touch of the brush Upon a portrait of opc'of
toe most salieut leaturcs or this great reform
movement which it) lo give to America aud
the .world a Mher civilization, a loftier hu
manity, a purer rcligiou, and a grander liod.
. ; . , . BtTLAW."
D0S.4T10XS ORPHAS ASYLCM.
The ladles of the Tenneesee Orphan Asy.
lum, desire to make public acknowledge
ment of.tbo fnUuwing lid of ilunaliont re
ceived during the list quarter. The Decem
ber donations having been pre'ioisly nub
lisbedwe begin with Jwuary 1st 18C8 ;
From the AUiury county Auxiliary Soci
ety, Jjiu. 6ib, and 1Mb curreucy f lli.li
DaviUsonCo, Aux. S -ciety 211 20
Wnrrve oouuljr Auxiliary Society... 60 00
Jladisou ' " " u 16Q 00
itonerison ", , ." , 00 00
uiuuer ' " ,t' 21 60
White " ' . iu 00
I rum a fneiid in Clprkvillv...,.. 00
l iooj the Chriatiau Sabbath school .. '. i
of CUrUvilto..., ... , , IJ 00
Frew Hi Noiris, ageut in Calilot.
, niu isecuud j-eutitlauoe) 1,500 00
v- 205U 75
From UuvirliKin county Auxiliary Society,
bed cloiblnt'nnd Kthool books. From Uaa
ter Woods Foster and Jerrv Haiti r nf J,.
son Tunnesseo, a oox. clolhiutr an.l had i-lnh-
' oracrville, l'ean, a box of very
valuable troods and bed clothing.
Unodiner & Co., Clarksville,
... ... vv. fc.-, u. Lliun.ll UIU.
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A t on s: it ui.u..,.i ..i
( iiuu jmiiy, worm , t i
urlou, liiothcis k Co.. class L uuttv 4 2&
Thomas Finley glaas aud putty 4 25
The ladies desire to make special mention
of a nice Patch Qnlrt pivsented to the
Asylum by Miss llebec'ca Youog, or Somcr
vllle, Teau. e litllet girl just eleven yeuit and
six months old. This quilt wat the work ol
her own hands.
Although Mrs. Xorrlt lias liee'n so frequent
ly mentioned, ' we cauayt forbear au' ex
pression of our aduiiutiou wl her nio.i ra
inarkable teal, Wouderful eaoceat tn tbe
work she bus undertaken.
r Eulcldo In Kobrrtsaii. ,
On Friday last Mr. William Perry, near
Cross Pluiris, In this county, commitied sui
cide by shooting hit hrnins' out with rlrlt.
.Mr. Herry was a good a worthy cltixen
highly rtBpected In h s tieqrhtiorhoad. He
had, some time previous, manitested v
dencee of Insanity, and the nifhi mentioned,
got up and takiug his gnu left the house.
Hit wife fearing that something was wrong,
went fo the door ami railed several times;
she was answered from tlie kit-hen, and Im
mediately after the retort ot the gun wat
heard, whkh developed the ubove facts.
Hr. Uerry lilt a wriit.nj statemeur laying
Ihnl lie did Hot intend that hit reasons for
committing the rush act should ever be
knawo. fie nl,0 Wshj hit al'l. KrHon
n- rt- ii r.
AsaoroMS, llarch 6.-0n the third ballot
to-dny. Gen.VJi. O..VIckers, of Kent
"Codnty, Wis choSew-Cnited Btales Senstor,
receiving 69 votes aganisl 41 for f. F.
Thomas, auil U tor' Mr. Raft.""-' ' 1
It is a certainty that Vickers. the Marylnnd
Senator,' wiO ,be auim!lie4 wV.hoirt oosktt.
His Uiiiiin record during the war h iu'vnlno'r
able, and the Senate dare not .delay bis ad
mission, tie wat on toe boot m we oeuate
iWasmjiaToH, March The summons for
the President to appear before the impeach
ment court, prepared by the Secretary of the
Senate, is now iu tbe hands of Chief Justice
Chose for examination, and is expected to be
handed to the 'fiergant nt-arms for service
this alternoou. '" J. r" '
ii Kasuvillc, March 0. The proposition to
subscribe stock to tbe Nashville . and Pacific
Railroad was defeated at the Saturday elec
tion here. It carried ia WUsorw ,
The Radical ticket, ia reported, defeated In
Williamson, Murfresboro and tibeUrville
lo Davidson all the Radical ticket, including
three negroes, were elected. i)
Jae. liritt was shot andkilled nenr.WaTer
ly, Tenn., a few days ago by some unknown
party. . ? i fyii. 1
JJbw York. March. 9'. A ' Kew Orleaus
Siiecial to the Trib'iua, sivyt,;.,Tlie opposition
city papers are still apologizing , for the eon-
conduct of. Jeucrson, Davit and General
Hancock on tbe Oucaaibn of the' firemen's
parade. Not one -of tlim ooodemns it
General Hancock's , polity seems still more
ominous. r ,.t, , . n.lf
" City notes have depreaated,; 85 per cent,
and a panic exists in. the ;4ty. 1
-"The flayer has issue.aproclamaiion to
day indirectly charging General Hancock
aud the leading rebels here With' the respon
sibility of any event thabwasay .becur. The
people are anxiously hoping that ilrant will
tend a safer and abler commander to admin
ister affairs irtthit dittriot 1 v r.'
"The Con.vtHlign adjourns toksnerrow.
Tbe constitution was singed yesterday, teven
Crt' the conservative hiembhrS declining to
Affix llreir signatores. 9'pepaypf the nttrn
I NASHynta, March, S.-nNearj jOampbe's
jStation, on Saturday Bigh.t'tlib', residence of
Mrs. Uobbs .was burned to .the. ground, a 1
daughter of that lady, perishing iq the
flames. I he deceased, after escaping from
tbe burning building, went back; .alter .her
trunk, and in endeavoring to get out the sec-,
oud time was suffocated aud burned to death.
Iu Columbia to-day. Constable Lanirston
shot James .Kriethfuugb the breast, Kotiud-
mg mm miaiy.. . ., ,.
Llcctien returns from Williamson, liar-.
shall and Wilson counties show the whole
Conservative ticket to have been successful.
A number of other couutiej will -doubtless
show the same result. . ., ' " .
it is thought that in.lboM counties where
the, Conservatives bav been successful
Brownlow will declare tbe election null and
void. It. bos really eot to this oast in
Tennessee . that anything short or Radical
suocess in elections is considered a sufficient
offense; to have the result neutralized and a
new registration ordered. Even with ibree-
fourlbs of tbe whites disfranchised, and tbe
negroes oath-bound in secret leagues, Drown
low 1 disposition has become to infamous that
if fair elections were tolerated among tbe
quauueu, ioiyrs mat it wouiu ue promptly
Luried irom power. . ., ....,..
a number ot spies and detectives are un
derstood to have becu tent out. liy.Gen
i nomas, uuc lteucuiaung tnrougu lcuaes
see endeavoring to ferrit , the , Ku-KJux eiaa
Wasmscrron, D. C; March T. A careful
analysis shows that the President will tcr-
tainly be deposed. A powerful pressure
being brought em Senators wh-- nave beon
holding back, by. their Radical friends at
Johnson and bis friends seek to procratti-
nuw me inai in erner to aeteal ,jlie revolu
tionists, but they will be checkmated. In
stead of lengthy examinations of witnesses
for tbe defense, the conspirators - will admit
tbe proof, and proceed regardless of the forms
of justice, and with the celerity of a caucus,
to force matters to a conclusion at once, be
lieving that . the eexeitement produced by
their action will be ovor before the election.
After executing; thit Scheme, theextremiati
will carry out the following programme: Re
peal tlie tenare-ef-orllce bill; add a sufficient
number .of judgealto the, Supreme Court to
maKe it twelve, to at to insure a judicial de
cision mi lavor or any law Congress may
pusc amend tbe Constitution, declaring all
mala eilixons of twenty -on vears and uu
ward entitled to suffrage, regardless of color;
bring in all the ttufcibern Statu throw oat
tbe electoral vote at those States-that refuse
nogro sutrragejirivisa the eivil and diploma-
! sur?ie mo,i uceee pretense or ilU-gutity;
cuuso a tboreugh examination into the
uaiueatioas of all incumbents, and oust all
wno aro recreant, appoint their successors for
cte, and thus perpetuate their power indefi
nitely. ... . r... .:., ,. ...
WASiiis-aToir, March 9. The mist which
surrounds the impeachment conspiracy thick
ens, aud cannot be dissipated for some days.
There is authority, however, for contradict
ing tue statement tbat tuo 1'rusideiit aud bis
eounsel bare agreed ou bis defease. , Au ab
sur4 report Is also iu circulatfou that the
President's counsel will Object to certain
Senators at competent judget, aud failing in
wiu euaui-uu win reman 10 precoea Willi tb
trial,, resign and appeal to the people. This,
too, it a canard. , '
There is a complete divis'ion of opinion as
lo the result of tbe trial, -The President aud
his friends are coufidbnt of bis aeouiiii
uulets the Senate are determined to sacrilice
truiu, honor, and Justice to promote party
ends. : ,,
The presentation to-day of the credentials
of M. Vickers Senator elect from Maryland,
wnt tlicoccusiou of iiilereat, '
11 bad been rumored they would be re
ferred, and Suuiaer, aiade the attemptj but
tun nets, of Calii'oniia, an inteuta lUdiual.
piotttitod thereat, aud ridiculed it,- and ,Suov
eer, wno gloried Ibat he wut fiuihlul, when
everybody else waslaitbluss, to Sambo, with
drew his motion to refer, nnd Mr. Vickers
wiu sworn iu. bchenck scut over a com
munication to the effect that Vickers had a
ion in the Southern army, but neither llow-1
am nor aumuer, after computing notes,
thought It proper to Introduce the subject..
Contrary to expectation, the Reconstruct
tion Committee did uol report a bill to ad
mit Alubaina. It wus agreed upon in cool
mil lee, and the delay was occasioned by the
coudliiou of Stevens, w ho was too UI to ap
pear iu bis seat to-day.
, la the Senate on the ctril dijilomutio ap
prupriaiioa bill, it was moved to strike out
tha Uolivian luistiou and substitute the tuit
riuu to k'cuudor, which the House bad striuk
ea out, and tu prevent Uubuol, of UUo, get
ting it. ll was couteuiuid iu the Venule that
the mission to Kiuador. wat never rugin iiu
potUiuL The quuatiou it Hill peudiug.
Joliu Logan i-reaied a tti!aiiou that eigh
teu millious of I'uilcd Statet bouds, which
ought to have bueu umovlicd and destroyed,
were still out, , But if Mr. I.ogau is right
there .nay as W-1! be a hundred luillious.
Logan's statemtnta have bees wild gener
ally everviiaoe be tailed to force the Presi
dent oi the Treasury Department to past a
eottou cutim which would have paid him
sixty thousand dollars. - The tieocral lurnee)
itadioal next day in consequence, atd now
holds a from rauk ia the revolutipuary eaoah
WsniiiToii, D. C, March 10. The Hew
Hampshire election, It probable effect on the
political afTairt of tbe country, and on iut
peaehnient Was the main topic of discussion
to-day. More exina .deration was given to
that subject In Congreaf tban to legislation,
wbeieby the country is of course temporally
Hanks, Ben Butler. Bontwell. and ntku
irjMwor it-v Kadicai parly, were dfcutrliy
jufriladt ore) lie antlclpatedi result, and to
night, at f iS-irey s reception, i tjie prominent
Kadi'le held pigh i carnival ' ever their trU
umphT -1 K r
The atate Was carried by the Infleence of
ntoney,lbe1ta(HcslS spending a hundred
dollars to every dollar spent by Democrats,
and through thht "With ths aid -nf Btaie aeft
Federal patronage, they have achieved a suc
cess. , j7 1,) j J j,;-- M "
Ifc Will HUI KllOVt IUifVltVUIUCUW 1UU UB.Q
will be determined acoordini to the Consti
tution. The New - Hampshire election Will
have no we trot or intluanct thereon. v ,
r. 1- ... . 1. - 1 a . i.: 1 . 1 . ' 1 .
tomey.Qeaeral BhmHerrr hear not riirled,
althongh that event la not improbfibte.v rK
sympathies are deeply enlisted in behaltVthe
President, aad If he can thereby batter sus
tain the Kxscotire iahit trial he will resign.
'Ibat, powever, is DoJ decided.
The debate in the Senate on the adoption
of the report of the 'committee - about tbe
distribution of scats In 'the galleries during
the Impeachment trial wnt interesting.
Howard attempted to secure placer for the
War Department officers and hangers on to
the exclusion of every other department,' bbt
it wat rejeotad. Admiuioar can be obtained
only by tickets from Senators antl Reoresen-
tatives, and the mass' of the people are ex
cluded. ''Mfanmeiudieia'teven protest against
keoping out negroes. u .. ,
At the cabinet 'meeting to day all the
members were present, including Geo. Lor to
ThooiM. 1, .-. ... 1 . .... ;
Soma vitally , Important i"" questions' were
consmerea, among tnese wnetoer Htanton's
drafton tba'Treatary for the War Depart
ment should be bouored by tbe Secretary of
tlie Trtasurt. '4 ' v : -'
Also. -whether, any . effibare reeogniting
Stanton as Secretary of War can be placed
under arrest preparatory to a ' court-martial.
The Cabinet was a4nlt lei its sappqit of
the President's views on these and other im-
poachmenl senjecta. Including the Impeach.
meoiquetuon-i? . m.iuutta ssi.l
1 ClarksTllte Tobacco Market '
: -.!; ."n .:.r'" ). -'. . -
ToMLKr f WsATHsu fold, at, the Fx
chiyig'o, oa the ldthi lusU, 37 hhds.'at tlie fof
lowlntr prices : ' v
$lfl W, ' tl TO,'' U 0, '!H' U,
11 ,- n ei, it- ?o, n co, a ss, u
11 80.. 11 30, 10 20. 10 00, 9 8. fl 3a
s Ba;;s so, s to, 1 bo, t 70, t 70, otbo.
60, 6 26,. O O0-v. ' i ha t ;)
Sajes Taesdays and Fridays.
CkAnksviLi,,.i;i!Nii, fMarch, 10, j?68,
; Sales by Ilarrison h Shelby, (' at tbe T:
Change, of 50 llhtls. at, tbe tbllowing pnees
: 19 50, XS 'W, U 8S, 14 70, 140,
13-5, 1980,-.H 80, 1 00, HUB, 13 80,
It iO, It 00, 1,1.90, 11 75, 11,70, 11,
11 tie, II U, 11 40. 1 1 23, 11 iU, 1 I UOi
11 10, 10 ej, 10 05, 10 30, 10 7S, 10 00,
9 25, 8 75.,, 8-40, 4 05, fi 70, 8 10, .7. 60
6 95, 7 CO, 6 50, 8 60, 6 90, 9 40. G. 95.
8 50, 6 B0, 8 25, B 80, 8 25, 12 66, 10 5.
BMW Xuasdaya and. Fridays. J.ite-..;v,,t..
i; : CUsxayjuji, VaNk.ilardh:tO, 1888,
Sales by Stnta it.P.oTcnuioa, of 47 libds.
Tobacco, at the following prices ; . , . ..
$19 00, 14 CO, U 10, 13 90, 13 80, 1J 80,
13 0, 13 6,- 13 60, 13 80, 13 00, 13 00,
12 90.12 70, 42 ei 12 60, 1 2, 80, 1 2 20,
12 20.2 00. 11 40. 11 20. 10 70. 10 70,
10 TO, 18 00, 10 Off, 9 60, 50, 8 25, T 50,
7 80. 6 01, t TO,' 30, fi 30, Q 10. 6 BO, P 10,
5 TO, 5 70, 5 40, 6 40, 5 00, 4 95, 4 10, and
14 40. ' Sales Tuesdoj-8 and Fridays. '.'
Llnwood tnnding ' Tobiicca Market.
. .. i -..-.. ,i' - 1, ..i:.;
!n. Ltawooo LisihitO, March 5, 18G8.
- John J. Thomas & Co., sold at Linwood
Landing, Tenn., 70 Buds. Tobacco 'as fob
lowsr- "'iv- " - 1
I $18-04, 16 OO.i 16 00, 15 25,. If 25,
14 80, 14 80, 14 1.0, 14 10, 14 00, 14 00,
3 75, 13 75, 13 50, 13 00, 13 ,0', 12 90,
1J 00, 2 00, 1L 80, H CoV lt-ftOlS 0Q
it jo, ll au, it luyil 00,11 00fc10 80,
1O-40, 1010, 10 80 -10 70, 10 70, 10 90,
10 56, 10 50, 10 60, '10 SO, 9 90. 9 60,
9 CO, 9 80, 20, 8 00, 9 0Q, 9- 00, 8 25,
6 SO, 6 10, 6 50, 8 (25, 5 B5, 5 OO, 5 80,
?5, 6' io, & ia. .Also thiieo boxes as fol-
, : Also three I
lows: 10 95. 18 9j. 14 60.' '
Sales every Thursday, .
1 Trice's Landing Tobacco Market.'
- ; , ... ,.- .,.
Trice's Lakdino, March 11, 1868.
Wiutlook, McKinney k Cp, sold 98 hhds.
Tobacco at the following Tirieee ! ' '
$2000, IT 00,15 60, 14 70,1 B0.'1 70,
14 00,14 00, J8 70,. 1 13 80, 13 80, 13 10,
13 10, 3 at 13 00, 12 60, .12 60, 12 30,
12 3ft, 11 00, -11-90, 11 TO, 11 6,' 11 60
it ou,.is, aw,,, ii ll UO, IU6, 10 80,
10 75, 10 80, 11 85, 10 60, 4 at 10 6Q,
i- "i i" no, iu us, to s, 1 1 eo, s at 16 10,
3 at 40 4)0, 8 P0,,a 80, 9 801 .80, 8 10,
9 00, 9 10, 9 00, 8 95; 8 90, B, 50, 8 60, 8 60
3 htS 30, 8 20, 8 10, 8 00, 8 00, t tJ,
5 at HO, 7 00, 6 40, 6 6Q, 9 40,tl 30,. 8 20,
8 00, 5 00, 5 75, 0 00, 6 30, 5 00, 6 00. 5 10
4 90, 4 80, 4 00, 6 60. '
bales every Wedueeday.. . .'
; : JLEITI0V OF .CDAXCEllon.
HoNAooaaar Coi-ntt. Mcb. ll. '6i. '
' The following named persons are hereby
selected and appointed Judges and Clerks in
their respective Districts of an- election to be
opened aud bold as below stated t County of
Montgomery and State of Tennessee, on the
JSih day of March, 186H; fcr the election of
Vuaucelior tor tbe Tib Chtwieery Division:
Dintrh t No. 1, Tail's mtion A. H. K.
ing, u. tv, rord, u. L. Bryan, judges; D. 11
Johns, Jos. Wilcox, clerks. '
Dis. No. X Cobb Mill-T. D. Ouick. Jnn.
Fields, Theo. Cobb, ledges; J, R. Evam IL
R. Buckley, clerks.1 ' ' ' ' "
.Uia. So. 3, Davios Mill Jno. G. Job a am.
nenouu aiawii, queries lUggius, Judges;
Thos. U. Davie, J. Armistuul, clerks. '
Dis. No 4, Jor.tan't Springe Jut, IU Wall,
w- i . uiULiiiiiit. UlUTKS. ,
Ws. Ke. 6, Tronirfc Hpringe K. L. Fort, 8.
H. Morlhington, T, J. Fry, Judges; N. L.
1 ainer, a. urant, cieras.
Dis. Xo. 0, Cherry's D. C. Estes. T. B.
Wultlial, E. U Col listav judges; J. Foulks, J.
ll. Killebrew, clerks. ; ..; i-
Dis. No. 7, Providence John M. Burgess,
n. r. nnugewaier, r. u. namoaugn. judges;
A. McDaniel, J. y. IL, Emioisor, chirks.
Die. o. 8, Liliei-ty-Allred Darnell, LuiU.
wick Bheptierd, J. (H A cree, judges; T. W.
Williams, J. 11. PollarO, a-lerks. 1 . . ,
Dis. No. 9, Morrow !k bool-bouse Levi
Cooper, Lewis Khenherd. J. 1. Ilnlamv
judges 1 A. K. Colemaa, M. B. Oolrnian, oiks.
fit. no. 1 1, nwin s w. Uudylph, John
Stepiiens, W. W. Walker, Judges; Josiub
Hoekius. C. T. Rudolph, dorks. 1
Pit. No. 12, Clarksvilie W. A.Prfler, H.
M. Acre, I. C. Loomit. judgcs;i J, C. Seib,
Geo. Perkins, clerks.
Dis. No, 14, Adk)os ffchool-house-W. B.
Stewart. J, W, Hurtua. Joshua Uumuhreva.
judges : A. T. Adkius, W. p. Adkim, clerks.
Dis. No. 15, llagwelt't Shop H. H. It.
Wilson, W. O. Sinith, (1. y, Denny, judge;
A. B. Foster, C. M. Humphries, clerks.
We. No. 16, Cabin How -Wm. Harvaf.T.
Kovers, J. L. .V. Siuittoe, jutlget ; ,L. Baiaoa,
Z. Halson, cletks. ,
We. No. 17 Jat. Trotter, David Langh
ran, John kidnionusoi juJgv it. C Fells,
B. F. Harris, clerks.
pis. No. 18, Iluut't Mill John M. Smith,
A. J. Lyla, Win. Btggett, Judge; J. W.
Foster, J. Davia, clerks.. . . , i
Dis. No. 19, Palmy raW. T, Trice. R. L.
Wiekham, V. W. Smith, judge ; IT, C. Bow
ere, T. W. tSuitb, clerks. 1
The pauotuai attendance and faithful dis.
charge of al( the duties of Judges and Clerks
at aa ejection is respectfully required.
11. W. iU OHtlt,
.'isri.ii n, ieve-;w
IIAGINLEY & CARI10LJY3
jRailroad' fehow !
AtClsrksvIHe, TuesdaA March ittb, 18C
Tborougtify ' reorganised, and equlppej
fl. AMD HHMIU Ul lOOO., ( ' !li
And presenting Jiew Features ana Jtew
Faces; a Alullilarimis, Diversified jtd End
less Succession, Of Kpveltiew tjy i'rerefully
telect4. .troupe from fl'V,V , ,
Paragons 6f XaestrUn Art.
The gteat im ef fbe Managers is
tfrisinaiity ana weeunfer. -
And with this view they hare congregated
aa Assemblage of. Artists, from the most
eelebrated schools of Equestrian, and Gym-H
nsstie Art, note in Kutope and Asnericsv
The fneiiilice for speedy and certain tran
sit are unequaled.
9foladel Horses iMKUfcarlcfl, Trat4J
et-wors reremers. .0
' Everything Freeh. Novel and Brilliant.
This JSs Plus Ultra Exhibition-will at
,.: 1 ctARksviLLir, tenn:; -::;j
ST Tuesday; ; Marc Mht fS68, a
.Where they w1 rrye-rl.vj
"- Two Grand ExilMtlos,-r3i
At 2 and 6) o'clock, r. it.' AflmUsion 75
cents. ' Half Tickets 50 cents.' y-.";''i
' Prominent in the Brilliant .'Array of Tal
ent will be found " ' " '"' '' '
. . At ll Afnfln lT!ll!S: .
The" Parisian 'model 'of L Haute''E;coie,
on her bare back eteed, "Esmeralda."
Mad. CASROLt, PrerMW.PoJbe XJ4 Ciltjw
' M lie Gertrude and M tyeJiatie, tue beau,
tiful and accomplished "Equeitrienreu
TBI . BBLsrwrTJwrrnKass ynrnturtt, "Ac-
robots, and-Delineators of the Grecian-school
of Heroic Art. Tbe rents or tbe IJanion
Brother are teme' and passive In 'eomparl-
ecn lo these edmiranlrr and Unequalled el
emnlars of Anriobe OlasslC Art end dniiae
Ma. Joj. TiCKiUW, rrpm the fans Hippo
drome.' acknowledged by all to be the
"Chamjlton Bre--tack RiderM of Arnelrtoe
alter the srrent James Hobinson. ' ' f '
Kobt. Johiisoii, from tbe Koyal- Tmpenal
CiruS, West Initica. The Apollo of Eqnes-
trrans; -be ranks wttn tne tint or uymnasts,
and stands tbe Champicn'of Double Sum-
m rantllf kru " ' " -
1 air. tv,' SK-jAmtetvane- siuttiruoinous
Horsesnan smdaWitinoeaefc the.-AMoa.
Irom the-'Ch-qtre Kapo
Icon, the.-ceielJTHteiWroleaque Clown and
Gymuost, par excellence of the world. He
wit! execute tiis darihgr feat! entitled FLV
INO IN THE AIR. " t-'- -- r..-. 1
Mr. J. O. Ai)Ara, the Daunflets And Dar
ing Leaper, Vaulter, and General Pcrtbrnier.
; Mr. John Kavlou, is rematkable for quaint
drollery-,-and the' facility-with which h-j
maintains the unhiioVcd merriment of the
a.iuomjj uiinrv uu tuque.., , .
Master" Wu-iis, the most proficient 'and
annul viqvcnile bquestnuu of the age.
The Famous ThoroUKh.Bred TRICK And
RACK HOUSE "ROSEWOOD" who will
pe introduced by his trainer, Mr. Maqinlky,
in a series of performances Confidently pro
aounoed superior to any Equina Exhibition
vver witnesseu oy tint community.
; Eqncstrtanis ijoSilgebr, Athletes,
. Dramatists, ic.
' The Department of Mom us U filled in a
7'" leuurr u eaLHoiisnmeut remarka
ble for th brlglt and scintllaulng sparkles
'w lilt. BEN. MAGlNtEY,
WHO Will Poeillvalv Aiwaarat Riu li Per.
formance, Wit Humorist and Jester, is at
no ueau, auu possesses tuo rare and happy
genius to. iiont fully a it flies,'.' wjtbout
retailing or repenting the Uireadbero jokes
of the many modern assumera of the snotty
garb.' - With eeuter perception of the ludi
crous, a keen aud sparkling buemr, sponta
neous U qd ealialtuie-ii-ewirtte. Mr. Ma.
ginlcy unites tlie scholastic acquirements of
a ciajslc education, aud at the same time
can be safely pronounced tbe ouly living
representation of the courtly and finished
Jester of the eld regime. He is a feature
par excellence, unapntoacbed - and ej.mn-
I'twushetile by, any .grotesque comedian of
. ear The1 ELEGANT fttJW CHARIOT,
drawn by twelve brantlfhl Horses, con
taining Prof. IIYEITH Superb Silver Cornet
Hand, will maite Grand Froeesaiou each
day ou entering the town.--'"- " '
' ' - Weneral lgent.-'
March 13, I808-3L s , . k- g
Dr3e ; finley :& BeAumont.
At Br; :i& KeMdeurf , Cor. Franklin
-. vi ; ana litter Streets, .r.-,
March 13, 'eS-Smj ' ' (TARKSVjLlE,
Will sive you a chance to obtain a fortune of
50.0oq lik France, : Smith A Cq's KKN-I
TL't'KV LOTTERY, drawing the middle
aud lust of each month during tbe year 18d8.
, Seed your hddres for elruultr. Address
FRANCE, SMITH k OO,
f A. I, .i i i ' Unrisgton, Ky.
Auuual Aktrnsi rDt of Income! an4
' i'j . rtJs faxes. ,;, rj
A as r Asexasoa's Orrica, t
CiAexsvats Ta., March 5 lb 1868.
.-. Under extttiaf laws it is made the duty of
any and every persou liable loautuo! lax, OS
or before the brat day of March lo, each year,
te make the proper return, to tlie Aisisiaal
Ateessor of the divisioa iu which ue resides.
The Assistant Aseesayir of. this division
trill - furnish- tat payers with' the proper
blanks, and all needful uifurinaijun. failure
to make returns at the proper time renders
tbe tax paver liable to a peaally of fifty per
cent.; and a fJx return renders bin liable
to a penally of out hundred per cttul. lax
payers are required by law to make returns
at the proper time triiAoul official notes, and
the Assistant oat, not uffielally know' (bat, a
person has no iscouit eturpt npen .a tlim
being made in accordance with Taw. ' '
. . tPi 11JH7IK. am t At r.
1st Dir., 6th Iist.i Teoa.
March IS, 1868-Sw.
. ' lilHSOLUTION.t
.The partuenhio haratofbra axlatina ha.
tweea Duataa 4 Caudle was dissolves! by
mutual consent on tb 14th Inst.
J. D. DCNCAX,,
t CArPLF. "
1 w)i trppraeva 1
,aa,ay ,s 3 v sv -1
-'' A .it ff.
4sa.f WBsftWpfyJsys, e itVTswW w m
lA Jl " J- sf
1 ,t70,'i. t c'r
NEW SPRING . GOODS
FOR 18C8 3 .
Purchased by Capt. .17, S., Uoore,
. H ..1 ;
;-. .1 .a
f' 1 1
ABK TIM PIEITT.
The Best aad Cheapest ,rde of allkids of
f..- . .1 1 C.'.iv..'.,'. t
Staple Cropdfla :
A ,-w'-' 'i " , ji:- -V
Now 1st tlse Time to Buy
. Ci'tj ft vt f ? .';'
Wilfi lio' tty' -Kaij?
will Have the, Advance.
We fcVtUltl,t' eswly! vjnm4
luvflfely ana; can, oil or
-3 14 .1: .' r. ll 1. 14
H a per let 1 A-lvan-
. to ore 1 in h tun
'" Stock at'
LOW PRICES, r,
.s. t' " .t.
-f ir;Ht ' ' -
, i r(,a stnimtii lx- -.s-i.t
. Il ' !',.f i.
Our stock, always large, will be unusually
. ' - 1 .vi'l . . . .
A mnij . -Nmvri? a
.-sv. A jum.M a. A jca t
1 . '. . -I l-r .s f 'mi intr -y
This Season, i--,.,
's v. ..:..is-u'' -irt-vs.
We pay GASB for all our goods, therefore,
buy In the1 Best Markets, and efO
Ben tlonses at
r ? LOWEST CAS II PRICES t
'We sell for oash, therefore sen
SEll 1IJHE LOWEST - CISJI
IX -r T T O A ,T v ' A
WILL ALWAYS FISD IT TO THEIR
ADVANTAGE TO LOOK THROUGH
OUR' StOCK 'BEFORE n i '
I i l
In Regard to Pricea
li UN DEBS OLD.',
On the contrary,1' wMle wo
l' r- i.'i.
intend to sell as cheap
as the cheapest, we .Vi
.-. -:ti! believe in ? m !
most instances -our pricos
will be lower than 'the ..,,
market. .- i..r..iiu
'. -.- " HI'; 1iH! '. '; tiJ
The ladies are especially in-
, IU-,! ta.tl .y.,
vited to call and look at
. pur, pretty press. Goods,
New -Style Corsets,
- Hoop ' Skirts, and '
' u' other desirable
' .';' .1 r , I t ' , :,
We solicit an itamlnation,
promisiug- that prices shall
be satisfactory. " ' -
. - ...;.. - Very Reepeetwlly,
C01LTEB k UltJiMAN,
THE MANTr.nMFR Yv
tV;X- reCrrri . I-...
e r, H"ittmwni iiiy vi pvi kvw
u swt.ouho aegfaaiuj of
Ttnucssee in uctt uj
Will be evened for huhveaa on tho, tit nt
Jannarr, ms, in tin buUdlug Weai silts of
tne ruono tquare, one door North of the
FlrM WstWvial tank,(arint-,l,enn?-v -r
friii. Rank mill I. -Ji '
. , - . uivill aim I'W-
hfceitic BHIs of Exehangey Gold aad Silver
Bullion, Tneerte (fepeniiY and do a geoarat
Hanking business. -
' .... . : r-u. u. RttSKB, president.-,.,
J. E. BROAnnrs. Cashier.
TAttisr rpR ita:
Kotlce Is hereby clvori that' the' tat list,:
of, Montgomery county fbr the yer 1868
are stow on Qie in the otllos ot.tlie County ;
CourJetk, and will be opetf for" inpe.?tltm'
s'ral review,' under section BOo and 58t of ' '
tbe code, until the tint Monday Tn Aprrl '
nest, afW wbirJi o- Iteration- ertl Aw-eV-'.'
lowed. , .,'.. ., ' '
By order oTthe Oonnty Ooort. in
j PBTBa ONEAL, Cl k.
March 6va.y . 0 r , y
Ul 'Administrator's-. Sale, rvr
.Cennty, CUj and State Bondf) forSaleV ,'
tm Wednesday, the tSth day 0 March,-, r.
18M, at tbe CorHietn doer in (JlarktvUle,,,,.
1 will sell to the highest bidder at public v
adcttesivte e-J . 4 . r ."'..-i'T .1 y.l'ta
2 Monfgornory townty borids, $lO00aohii.
1k .' ..,'.. 4.;.j . .inuasarh.. .
City of Clarktrllla . -:.f t i., tiOOaao..a )
1 State or TchaerjSM,- . l.OOO., A
25 tharVe efvfrtrater's Bank itock, i-in, '
One certifiente of stholarehio iu tbs Kvn-
tncky Cnivstrtity. r - . u
Tcrtss caia. -t ,j , .'. .-1
. ,-. . n, C. L, BARKER., . r
Adra'rof Jno, W. Barker, deed. ...
in FOR CnANCELLOR. K 7
: We aro authorized to announce Iloe.
TKoiiAellAtitt at aawndhlatt ttr Chare31o j f
of the TUtilaviaioer the, State,, oonqiweed
or tne epuuyes ot Jaekspu, Slacoi) Sumner.
Stewart, Montgomery and Robertson,' 4 Elec
tion to take place en the 28tb of March.
(FORMERLY MOOUE'S IIQTEL), S ,'
! ITavlnt taken'' cWsre 6f thls Hotue asd
rtftirniebid t tlfrrtilgSnvjt wKh.wew furni
ture, I wrh tiew ' btVpated W'aeeotaintadate '
.mil- hnaHl.M ntt lMHll.nl UHMl. In . .
good style as any in the state. ,. .
AtUiOiCd tq.tliO House, it a fine . .
supplied with .eletaul'.tables :strqV furniture
and will be kept by an allculire and accom.
'there Is also adjoiulrig the office of the
Hotel, a , , .
JLrriiaUinsr Balpon, -,
: wuuui oy Burpawcu in- poim oi uewi
-ij u k. ... ).,:,..,: r,k- .:kJ i- .i .
country, wblcn will at all times be fuppueO.
with the most choice Liquors, Wines anil Se
which will . be waited an by (tperlencod and
w"K" wniiwaj la wen ntteu up Willi all .
rnruilure ajijicj taiuiug to a first class Barber
3hop.au4'(; V '
Prices .will, be as low many oher "hoise
of tbs saeno 4l.is. ;A tirtiou nf the, tiibB r
eairohage il VcKpectfurly tntii-tied.' 1 1 I
C L a ; JOJll EJUS, Proprietor.
Feb. 28, '08-lf. iV
NashVillo "Cairo ttiid tVew Orleans
.M.sM-iV l'wket.ri'v,!. ;
NASHVILLE, . . . . , u
Wnsr SIMMS. Master, John hi ''
lAaiitaClerk. " I.earssChBksville forCalro
every hridoy, at 8 a. M.; leave Clarksvllrt
fof NafivlUe every Tuesd-syiat X r. x.
' " -v l. A. BYRJthyAge
aim Aigir vuvrbs
JZiA Wte CliwUnJla for Cairo sr.
ery Similar; 8 wr lewve tflaiktville for
Nashtrtle every Thursday 2 rt sr. ( i un
m ;-,i-..-,k-.k..a BVitKJi,.4feat,';-.
Nashville,' Cairo and' New Orleans
' ' - Packet, , . ..
je i 1 ' TYRONE. t ,,
JtSifc To.Hamai, Maitar, Waist.
Wtiavaa, Clerk. f.Lwirts Umksvilla for
Cairo every Wednesday. M A. u.t leevaa
Clarksville for No4ivill every Sunday, J r.
h. '.'(-rm tVA.tryiv.Aifent.
Feh. M, I8t-3ew-lul i Jt. ..i )
noeklSsriller Coaservakiraransl BnaaU..
vllle Herald ropy 4 weeks,'att,d Bend bill to
advertiser.'r-"i--, . - i.
vf I ti
' 1LiT THE -. 1 '
GALLON OR BARREL.
31 ApptyS'fhaCAB WOE as,
April 5, 1867-ly.
IJaviuit rented the Ferry from Hn. Johna
I am now Dreoured to atland to tha nr.n.inir
of pasnt;ere, stook, tc with irotuplness.
1 Uitv4 to keep the Ferry In good. e4eoa
dltlon, and wtlltak pleasure lo wakW a.
custoaaerf at alt lixoe.., .:
' " A- W.-'KORRri.
.TeKa8, '88.1 m, t ( r r -, y, y
Robert Clark e. Fanny Clark Petition for
A., a Dtvurol. ii),," r
It appearing from the petition and afflda.
vit filed, m this cause I hut Fauuv Clark, the
defundaut, is a poa-rsiant oi Tennessee i
ll h) thvefura ordered that publication
be nude for four successive weeks in the'
Clarksville Chronicle, a ntwtpaperpublished
in the lou of Clarksville, 'commanding tu
said Fuunr Clark to apear at the Court
house lo Clarksville on the third Monday ia
March at, at spevial term of the Circuit
Court for .Moatgoaiery atmaty, Trneise,
aud then aud there plead, answer or demur
the tOalntit 'e bill, or the same will.be
taken for ccJW d aa ,iu her . and set lot
bearing si piu te.
J. W, WIUIAMSGX, Clk.
Fervjl, 'SA-a w. -.. ,m ,, J
........ ,.. rkjOXIC1J: 1 ;-
AU persons havli.g claim, agalual tie
ttw ol Ferry U. Btuoot, dee'd, ere notifletl
to ale the eame wlthiq the time sMMihe4
by law Willi me, end pereens knowing rkem
selvet Indehled It) Said tttat are Kqueata)
to coase forward aad settle wukoejt dels.
WM. M.UAA.UL. -
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