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VV E DN LD A V, MAY 21, 1 Soo.
in tbe upcfcli of Mr. Hoo'i, jriiifd
TtftHar, ?0'.,tA0 rii 'rfn a? the
proWtlo income thr.t vrouM be ralj-.ed
:rom tiie UJt on riTcaact. This was
e.n rrrar. It pboiild hare 1 ee ? 2.0-3J-
Tho New York liiiie oi the 16. h
hj s wu of the tTesterrt papers ri
talk! gofn 'iBforEJ.il stiou of ti c
rruier of Crrrfa" to be held ic
M"-4i.n jrlon. The Toledo (Ohio) Coni
r:crcii of the says. 'Ourrepre
f-in.u'Jve, lion. J. II. Ashley, has ai
r;ady goco by invia'ion to tak part in
it del:? mions " The oje;w of this
cct.cl.tve are said to be the settic-meat
of certain political quetitioni', with a
irw to Irinug the pressure of the
ractcbera preffOt upon the Executive
to Ei-care the adoption of their viewg.
V."ho issued tlieae "invitation" to a
ir.ret'.Eg of Ccngreirinen we are not
told. Nur do we know what principle
pui.led bin:, or them, in the selection
of lii zuU-rs to whom they ehouli Le
!er.t Sn tar as we can judge, the meet-
icp, if any such b to be held, will be
imply a caucus of a certain clique of
politicians acxious to prra their peou
liar it'K' upon the Executive, and
ah ail to trust tltm to a general can
vass of the mral Congre . If they
cTpect to "cajitaro" President Johnson
ly t'r.B underhanded manouvre, we
U;ir.k they will find themwlvca takta
ktc. If hf wbcu the advice of Con
grtaa he Will probably call it together.
O'd Jiiamy Bjchaoan ;f out in alet
trr drre&Jinir hi character egainst a
ce?Tif.per attack. Pity he did note
Li?t jual promptness to d-fecd hi
lOULtry apalr.at conepirators and trait
erf, f'lf with Lin; Laa alwaya been
' I am dt-lighoed," Hays Gov. Aiken,
of South Carolina, in a U-tter to a friend
in New York, "to ad peace will goon
be r-tor-d u our distracted country,
nd tru? oiiff more oue, nc-vr spiin
will ktij attempt be made to mako it
ii vijiibli Wlin 1 cortemj.lato thn
ir.o-;l;runble l.ltFsir.c? the Aiuiiirlilv lias
.;.er. to tae Aronncan penp;p, 1 am
Lc-jkrd to think how little, they have
l---n appreciated. Tb is greet land poa-
tffinyfvt-r cjimat end varit-ty of foiL
ro -)rtutn to uiauiifctur, oiift to
.t.'-v lb.; t'snL and another t-"
.iovf tLe vin to frd t'no people
V.'imt a lrautiftil arrangement of n
iarf ' V f u.not be too jealoua of n'ui'a
.". li'dy e.rrtrsjor)'leBt ben t-0 suggest
1:-.'it Mr ruvis hhould be compelled to
v- .r t.ie coKtuir.t) of women )u-
'!.': pi nnl of Li iujpriODm'iit
'.' w.n.iQ, i-l. e declare, could winh
v r vi-r r pnr i. bnir.t hhe adds that
I e vr.'te cornpidled to run in ti.nt
f t (: ( iiour every Uiy, as but as
!u n !, itf.j iMjitured.it wtuld proba-
t; t- d-.-.th of hua -V. Y. T.-iowe.
'..' ji.iui.f i ivr'e-:K)ndoKt
I . y ?;a liO ail'ertiot !or pettico.-its
uf .he a IioTOieK1
.'.1 i .ii'Cue hhy.-t
:.I'S will hp,tr wiili
the A men
iMt vci ri Lieut Ocn. GtAnt and
:ji.ae't subordinate? who have
rli)!'l ol th.j Union to the
.l,:rt triumphs of the lat few
t'i-re eiiti not merely pers
i M.i Lurjnonv, but the lull-
- t r..,iu-i (.M.lijt n-e, the niOit fra
i mi1 twtefia aud tiUit Eaeb feela
ti..t t'.e rtli r ha? arUd well Lis part,
t.'.I t.'j.t the rour.luiiivo ietorie of the
l iiiiri r.iiB i honor t:i ivi 'h and all.
j t;..- t.-'.i!t rf th''ir n-ilvouibined
t L: ; 1 their p' rfect ctvtiperatlon.
Trriur, Mil LC I, ISoS.
; ".'.i' met t 9 o'rlock.
Trinib'.' Mitt'.tiiucrd Keiiate bill
Iiv I'j, lo Hfi-ri I an ail to incorporate
V.in!:i' .r., ... ii'.. Tviiie and Tine l'ivr
it;jni't nr.d for oiler purpoie.
i'.i- . d :;r.'
. I n 1 e 1
to Change the
tl C.'MHllieS of
;.t;d lranger Papsed second
jioi...- bill No S2. to more t f.otuallv
inusi-f t.-e i
r r..i )ll.-v
: ft ntigry ot tiie bjile
r.iirpows. FaHsed recond
.v i.-u.i," !. nm the House informed
the .s' i-.t.. i i , r. t it l:f..1 coucurre i in
S-iH-i- Ij'iM I' eolation Nos 02, Ci, 71
.-.ii.; 7' r. l me boriwith tranxmitted
t iii s-nst-. The UiNi c lid aJopt
.'. U .i- .Joint re-ojuioii Noli, and
-.. d t! o co-.-cvtu ni'- of the (bVriKte
n ii." -i:ji ncu Joint Hesoluiion
No -! i ul bereiuwitii transmitted to
'e v riKUi .r tli MitUHture of the
tia motion of Mr Trimble the bills
on the e',fVMiv fraucii; were made
tne t-.r-fil bu.-ic,(R for tomorrow
" "' bil! No :i, to Cft&l'lihh the
i!ii f-t i ; y '' the .v:.? P) Tonne
v muTA, The sm.auon of the conn"
ii tiy o May.l'fd, Lax
I i n. h in t i jit. at tn.mlK-r of men
ii !,, Mni- ' 'lVnni-. -e, who Wert-
' r,'ut,;r as horeat and !
tr ; men
it it t.tiie
.'rr ii.r.l I mt'. Have Hipce
leoO CUlitV O! uAi ..T..1
11 ik iini'e;.';tii on the
teneini '(i :y t.-n-tnot or prevent
i:m-ti i." l.r.ve t ,, u u-yirm i Lreaknp
i!..' i.. v .vnvueni of In L'uiusi State
und il.-.-m-.- of Tmne'see Irom all
oi.l. i ol I : I . -1 Ol
I t'i t within tai
' -; .-. A .r.
n in 1
'.-tt . ' i it
the d ...
alt.' I. '
; i -:(.., Tiiat every pei
1 or Kpo,ut.d to 6d- otllce
pr ii. ,n I.jc ,,V;,l4, ,lUlJ,vr ttlt
te ' e gi ii iinr ujHn
! -rU "hall take mid
tnti to.lorviujr oi'Jj or atiimi
a fw.-ar nfT.rn !
i ... . .i ' .. i
r. i-k;.l and al ility, d,.l1K.uuv
;"--;y without partiality or
. . Xw.-uiv tbe ollio of :io-
atiic Coiictituuon and Lw
ia:-, :tid tunt tnuee tne C h
'. I Ji, 1 have not in t.v
....;?!v vi'iht-d the Constitu
j .-. ! Ti.: -d btat- or tne Simi..
i ia .nitt-.-r hwear (or
i...i I will I t hr true u!iep;.n.e
e.-t. i .'r; tr. Mid t;lc S.at- ot
. KU.l nij.po.-i the Constittt
i.is ihf!-of: Hd :hi I ;.!
' ..- tn. aile'.Hiice to the I nited
Uf. and i'ppo:-t, prot-t, and ue
i. t ti'.- ;..i tuiion, I.sw, and Gov
r. i:i. in ti'.-ret.f. a tiie BU..reui.. Lw
i 't el .n.i, u,,.t 1 lis imivr wil'. n...
-'..:. .i indirectly, I y word, act
1, fven any md, oauifoit or ru
a., nt io thot m rebellion
ti.o United S;au, or nwfu
t u g tn-.vo', 1 ul tu,,, r ......
r.a .oyal.y on the side of
Ul-v. .'.,:a!r,r.t tt,rm in arm.
Ht-a-urt iLe Tnited St.it
a lunii, r snrar (or h21.ee) tht
si o! n.v b l.i'ii ., ........
"t a-vi.a tiu
union n iue l nild
a!!mm t'.. .
ri.u ;.l li.f.r,..f i
I V r.:i'a;n.-;si,:,.,
if in iriv i ..1
l":"- l ohtical
ir lijeir o?
" ui:-n or U.fMr..c;ioa."
to all th ..h;..
-'w t'i!i(;oU,.-,ic it
I Ii I j w .
and tw th.. a-t 11 uke eu"Cl
p .- 7 .in, iDii;i UwTfrt
r-tors and epkya. fcf T
coapanis, all t-Cict-rs and employers
of alt incorporated companiw, and all 1
persona who are rtquirrd to takeout
a licente by law to do anv kind of buci
neas in thi State, and all otlicers and
Mayor and Aldermen of ineorperaied
towns and cities in tnis State, also, all
persona who ofl 'r theniaelves as candi
dates for any office in the niftof the
people of this State, shall take and sub
on c tbe acis oath as aaminlstwod to
Mc it turiher cracied, That any person
takinj; this oath talaelv or violating it
snail be guilty of injury, 8nd upon
conviction or j.roof, shall Le puniued
in the Penitentiary for a period not les
than one year nor more than t-eu years
lhia elicited a rreat deal of debati
pro and con by -9-natora Hall, Eowei.
Trimble, iS.ne, Frierson r.iil Kotera
the last of whom unoke v v f.i.-..'t.h
on the eubj. c , and read fro:a authority
mat it waa counUtutiojal to paea sueli
a law, aai he would like for eueii a bill
to pai a it was Tery needful to chow
to persons who win to rebel ag:iust
their juat government the tena:tiea of
With the bill still nend: D7. 4li .Sen
ate adjourned to 2 o'clock.
Speakers R-jgera returned the flxr,
and saul that hnhad no personal feel
ings against any one, that the Le;ila-
iure naa met Lere got uuder the con
atitution of 1334, because that required
the election to be held on the funi,
Thursday ia Auguet, but under a rpe
eml power under the bill of rights th&t
' all power is inherent in the people."
We cams here through, the work of a
convention which was ratified by the
people, requiring us to change a&d lim
t the elective franchise and that ii the
power that we have and he that doea
not admit it has no bueinea to be here
The people Bent you here and anthor
zd you to change the conotitution of
I he President of the United States
said traitors should be punched and,
treason made odious" Who shall be
authoJf .d to 0'. as privileged charac
ter in this country ? Stall it be rebel
physiciars, lawyers and other men
holding high seata in society 2
ilr. Trimble asked if the law was for
the future or a punishment for the
Mr. Eodgers said it In to dter them
from doing anything in the future, and
to deter i3 to punih. IIow do you
hang a man if you do not have any
thing against him, and when you do
hang hiuj it is to deter other-i for mur
der or anything eUe. A lawyer ia en
titled to praotice Itw while he behaves
himself, but the very moment h de
part from that he ought to be stricken
from that calling Who are the lead
ers? ia it contined to Davis, Toombs,
Khet and Keit? Is it confined to the
thousands that belong to the Kciphts
of the Golden Circle, a God forsaken
pack of scoundrels who tried to pull
down the Government? Who are the
leaders ? ' Are they truly those who by
their influence and conduct brought
the thing about ? My friend aa d
thore came a terrible storm in Niish
i!le. 1 suppose little I sham G Harris
brought it up by hitntelf, and run over
dootork, lawyers, merchants, and they
were scared outof their wins and every
body eh If John Hell an i others
had walked out ou thete streets and
raid that won't do; you muot stand by
that old lli and guard it; that fuss
would not have been. Wny did th-'y
not do it? They cay they were cowardly.
If they were cowardly and if nstu
rally no, they could not help it, ami
thy t-hculd do like they did in E it
Tenner-nee. j.ick up their bundles and
bandunra handkerchiefs and to the
mountains for security, but if a man
h;i.i protection all around him. and he
runs olT don't you think lie will return
to the Government? The ladies think
there ia nobody like the preachers, and
when they and the devil corue into the
family, take care husband, when your
wife gets after you, you are gone.
You tell me that these men did not
know what this would bring about in
this country? II -tve they not read the
hictory of revolutions more tbua the
nj!i8;ti' Did they not know that the re
bellion would result in a bloody wjir?
There is in beceosion a will faua'.ic
spirit that could not be found in any
other form. He bad eecn mi)y L'nion
men who Lad been run down by blood
bounds, and run throuth mud boles by
the bayonet He did net want to legis
late for vengenoe, but he wanted those
whoxhould como iu the future, to see
how he appreciated BccePKiou, Uiuniou
Tl.at other nations wet
upon us to see how far we will let trta-
j con o. Inat treason wa the highest
csime kno'rn iu the law of God and
! man. It did not take the lif.- of one
j but many. 'I hat 'iod forgives the
creatures when he aees the true repent
ence tho d tference ia, that God sees
at once, but for man it take time.
That when a man came from Ger
many witb aiplt-ndid literary education
with, erbapa, a capital of JjOO.Oi'O ta
gcioutlrom the opjreHtdoa of k'.ngi.
lie would have towailtive years before
he could vote, that be considered al
mcrt any erxon better than a rebel
and if there could le found any woro
being than a rebel ho would like to
know it 3i would never consent foi
them to conao back and vote beside of
him after 1" Sj atteiing thrir garments
withblool That it would not be al
lowed m Eat Tennessee because noth
ing but the Union elements ceuld ex
ist in that section of the Sump, and if
tLe Legislature did not make a Isw
prohibiting them from voting that E.ust
lennessee woulu make one herself.
That when a rebel cme buck he ahould
s.iy -let me live in the country. I a-k
no part in the Goveriiuiet t, I come
back a hired servant" That if there
wan not a law paed restricting ret els
the loyal people would be modified
and ohagrintd to death.
Mr Trimble said that the question
was not to establish the power of the
Legislature, which was clothed with
full power, which was admut.Ht by
every one, nor wss the question one
concurring the elective franchise. That
was a separate measure which was not
before the Senate, but there was a pur
pose here to make an oath, that fhall
M, taken by all office holders
tie of Tennessee, about which there
wits not a disenting voice, but :t is put
in; in those who are iu private busi
thttt ws object to that. No man
would go beyond him in hating treason
and rebellion. Those who have power
ourht to exeioVe it with moderation
and deliberation There power in
thii that is more jotem thau physical
power The qtieelion was whether it
was necessary tor the security of or to
preserve the State. And whether it hi
ntHHburv to extend this principle to
j'livate l:fe If it was neoes;ry he
would vol for It IIo was lor making
a free loyal State of Tennessee
To your judiciary department is
cjven the yower t-o extend the law and
puuih crime, especially in the pnat,
but not by an fr pesi j'u.tt law. The
judiciary was equai to the end to which
it w iitrtbli?hX The pow. rof pua
iihmnt lor vergence was law, and it
wai the duty ot the judiciary to en
'oree and coerce it, aud see that the
law it executed, and have it executed,
exo-pt iu cases where tho pardoning
ljw r is to be exercised.
To lep iklate is to make law, not for
the puit but for the future. How is the
security of Tennesve to re obtatued?
11 is JT limiting the jower
of the elective franch;e, that
tbat will give you such a result at the
ballot box that you dr.vrVH to have,
and you have it so far, recure.
Here there are teu men and for the
guilt of thoe ten men you are going to
make a sacrifice of tweuty three.' A
law was established and applied to the
mot guilty city tver in exirtUnce by
God, who taid if there was ten right
eous men in it he would save it for
tnooo ten, and here ten ruiity men are
to ink a whole State. "What do you
accoinpna t y u ; Are you bv ttu-
legislature going to make a higher W- (
mg oi uiu nouj uii nine oaL i your
br to be angela and heroes ? I v. n
ture to say thkt the same btnign con
kkiiution will produce come form until
a man shall rie to a higher civilization
than be now in.
After commenLice n the magna
nimity of the late President Lincoln
and bringing forward very forcablo
arguments be was followed by Mr.
Uoweu, Senter and Keith, who mi'de
very able speeches in favor of the bi'L
The bill was then set for ten o'clock
A nieatiice from the limn tnf.rmd
the rVnai tht It had paased House
tiia as U J 30 md lya B1
cu cf ths &tot OB tht Hse.
Mr Senter otired Senate joint reso
lution No. 73. for th3 distribution of
acta and journal of thia Gtneral As
ilr. Cate introduced Senate bill No.
K'ii, for the relief of Sheriff s and Jail
ors. Passed first reading.
The Seuatc then adjourned until to
morrow morning at the usual hour.
HOUSE OF KEPKESEXTATITE9.
Tckdat, ilsy i
Tbc Houce was called to order by the
Speaker at 'J o'clock.
ntroRrs or committiei
ilr Hood from the Comraktee on Fi
'.ance rejorted House bills No. 125 and
iecmumending their pastae. P;ac
a on the calendar.
.M- Eiiiott irom the Committee on
V.tya and Means, reported House bill
No 131, rccanimenuinc its pas-age.
llichatds front the Committee on
Inu-rnal I nprovenionU, reported Uoue
bii.s No 1.' aad loo, and recouimended
thvir pas -.age.
Bii.l.S and ee.-oi rnoxs.
By Mr Sirnmerly : To incorporate the
E.iit Tenii-r-b.-e and Western North
Carolina M ning and Mauu'.acturing
Hy Mr Cooper To amend an at in
reference to banks. Passed, and re
ferred to tne Committee on Banks.
y Mr Thornburg: Ketolved, that
this House adjourn on Monday th29th
intUint, to meet ou the lirst Monday in
October, .adopted and trjinomittejd to
n ,CiK BiLi.g ov srcot.n reidino.
Uou-;e bill No 12 to pay certain
funds to Hon. S. D. Frierson. Passed.
Jl.mse bill No 21, appropriating $300
f jT the bene'it of the nearest relations
of deceased Union soldiers.
Mr Wnters warmly aavecated the
biii, saying it was a shame to spend so
time over unimportant matters, and
to ally ignoring the set vices of thoee
who have shed their blood in the na
Mr G rut was of th opinion that it
would be very injudicious to pass sueh
a bill, when, aa was very Vfe.li known,
ournuancial anaira were in a very em
barrassed condition. iJ, 'sides, the ser
vices which ourEoldiers recd-ired, have
been in the interest of the General
Government, and it was only riht to
leave the matters of pecuniary appreci
ation in the hands ot the Government
Oa the question of the passage of the
bill being put, it was found there was
no q jorum present, when the bill was
postponed till the 15th of October next
MESSAOK TR0M THB SKXATfi.
A message from the Senate announc
ed the passage of Senate bills No. 80
and CO asking the concurrence of the
House; &i6o the adoption of House
joint resolution No 31.
H0CSS BILLS OS TillKD RtAIiINO.
House bill No. 124, authorizing the
Governor to raise a Provisional Mili
This bill elicited some discussion,
Messrs. Doughty, Wines, Moss and
others participating, but eliciting no
new poaita not already touched on
Pending the discussion, Mr. Hood pro
duced the following letters from Major
itneral Thomas, which he asked read
by the clerk :
H KADt'ARTKRi DkPAETMEST Or THE
CrviiE-iAMi, Nashville, Tt.w, May 22,
j"t Hon. Jas. K Hood, Louse of
R presentatives, Legislature of the
Stite of Tennessee. Sir: Your note of
this dtte enclosing the following tele
gram from the President of the United
States, and propounding certain ques-.
tions t-ugg.vted by the contents of said
telegram, h-ta just been receive;
fi-Oi r OK TLLECiRA.V J
" WaU!M'.tov, 1:50 p. m, May 21st,
15iG James K Hood, liou.si of Kep
resentatives : Gen. Thomas will furnish
whatc'er number of troops that may
Vie u-ce.-aaiy fjr the defence of the
State. Confer with him on tho sub
t.u' jt ct The enrollment and o.-ganiz-t-tiou
of the laiiitia should be carried
out, bo that they can be called upon if
c tuai'.y neeed.
So to your first q i- stiou "whether
you would feel you-selves authored if
c i.iod ujiou by the Governor of the
Slate, or the loyal people of any partic
ular portion thereof, toorderatuihcient
number of the troops uuder your
command to any given joiut for the
pirp j.te of giving aid and ashistauce in
i i?iin,r peico and quiet, and by cn
deavoritig to cspiurc and properly pun
ieh all perdoua operating in u. !a:'d hos
tility to the Stat- or National Govern
cierjt." I answer, that lam piepared to
n-s'st the civil authorities in every part
of the Stat", both by (securing the offi
c-Ty trom personal violence, wnen in
ta execution ot their oiltce in holding
c.iu-ts. eic, and assisting them to cap
ture aiid bring to trial all jh.thous who
oiler arrn.j'i hostility to ta? State or iNa
iionai woverr.raect, an.t iviii so a.-siet
the civil authorities of the State as
long as the National Government af
fords me the means of doin:rso.
ToyourBecond question, Whether
the experience of the past has shown
to you that ia times of p-ac bid com
pengstion in money hat ben made to
the citizens neur a post, where parts of
the fed -'.at army have been stationed
or petit, lor articles purchased of them,
lor tn ir use and suppo t utend ot
the present pysteui ol voucher", h?ed
upon other conditions tusn th:tt oi
property b lag takten a id whe hercit-
1? -ns were not pleased with trcxips being
Hiationea near to tnem becauso of that
fact" 1 answer That in times of peace,
ail purchases made of citiens in the
vicinity of po-ds are paid lor at once,
when the purchasing officer has funds
to pay. When he has not the funds to
pay, vouchers payable to the aeller,
without any conditions appended, are
given to him, which vouchers he can
dispose of in any manner he jileases;
and they are invariably pnid at their
fuce vslun by any proper disbursing of
ficer cf the department making the
purchase, when he has funds to do so.
To your third question, " Whether,
whilst in command of troops in the
State of Texas, the Federal command
ers did not tind that the money thus
distributed through the Stto was of
decided advautage in developing the
resources of such ptrts of the State
where they were located," I answer.
That wherever troops were stationed
in Ter.as on the frontier, tnat settlers
immediately conitr g.-tted in that vicin
ity of those staiio is, ait in that way
the settlements were advanced through
out th' State more than one hundred
and fifty miles during the period com
prised between the close of the Mexi
can War anl the year 1S61.
Very respectfully, your ob't serv't.
Gko H. Thomas.
Ma; -Gen. V. S. A Coaimandiug.
Mr. Minnis said that iu view cf the
amp e protection guaranteed by Presi
dent Johnson and General Thomaa, he
would move that the original bill with
tho bill ia lieu be indefinitely post
pined Carried ye 34. noes 23
House bid No. 76, providing for the
election of certain ofaoers in the towns
of Suelbyville. Chattanooga, King-ton,
rullaaoma Murfr-esboro and Man
chester, wu:i amen IruenU. Passed.
House bill No 113, to chn;e the
time of holding the Chancery Court3 of
Athecs and Benton, with amendment.
Horse iils ox second eiadikj.
House bill No SI, to incorporate tho
Ltdies Female Iuttdute of Memphis.
House bill No 107, to incorporate the
Tennessee and Kentucky Petroleum
Mining and Manufacturing Company,
with an amen Iment inoorjorating the
M'niphis Club Passed.
On motion the House then took a re
cess till 2 o'clock.
Mr. Garrett moved a reconsideration
of the military bill, which motion to
reconsider wis laid ou the table by
ayes .V, noes lo.
THK PRATn:SS EIU.S.
House bill No. 1C7, being a bill re
ported by a majority of the Judiciary
Committee, in lieu of all other bill
heretofore reported on the name, sub
ject, came up for consideration.
llouce b.d No. US, being a bill
brought in by a minority of the aame
committee, wm also read for the con
sideration of the H-mse.
The majority bill reported by Mr.
Cooper, only excludea from the elective
Iranchise such persons at were exempt
ed by the Amnesty Proclamation of
the President on the S.h of P'eceniber.
1nj3, and such conscious and intelligent
tiauors as ought not, because of their
conduct at present, be admitted to all
the pr!vilcM of the alictive frixhieL )
It al o jirovides a plan by which even
the exempted may be hereafter restor
en, if sound jolic should require it to
Th minority bill, sablititied by Mr I
Aniell, propose.; to submit to the priv- J
;1ao.k .a" t in eiec-ivo lranctise
kno.vn and true friends of the Govern
ment, an 1 in no case to exclude such
persons; but unbesitrtiagly jiropses the
exclusion of all rebel opposed to it
authority, and who have tailed to give
evidence of friendship thereto, by some
specific act Such a course being be
lieved to be in harmony with the Am
nesty ProclsmatioQ and the proclama
tions of Gov. Johaon, and absolutely
necessary t' the safety both of the
State and the United States.
Mr Steele tooic the floor aud poke at
conBideraLle leuith in favor of the ma-
i iritvbilL He contended that, apart
trom its constitutional bearing", State
fiction wou'd be utterly injudicious and
unwise now, when, as it m very well
known, the Federal Government
should be the art i er cn qu. a iois
bearing on iu rebellious subie;e. The
amended Constitution gave us no pow
er to disannul the provisions of the o d
Co .t tution. but certainly such was the
drift of the majority bill. The Amnesty
Proclamation means something, and
when tk'-n in good iai'h, it complete
ly restores offenders. It is beyond our
power to tak-i action in the matter, be
cause the Generrd Government has
stepped in to claim its prerogative in
the premise. We may think the acta
of the Federal Executive too mild and
lenient, but that does not change their !
charaelor. and it should be our aim
and umbition to harmonize our action
accordingly, and net resort to foolish
and vindictive legislation. It ia very
well known that a large number were
plunged into this rebellion against their
wishes. With thse men and others
who were drawn into the vortex by
passionate appeals, we must live togeth
er again It was best torus, it be-t fsr
them, it is best for the rising genera
tion to treat such men with magnani
mi!y and kicdae. iweh a policy will
best promote thewoik of rec.insiruc
t?oa, and aid in developing the re
sources of our glorious S'utte. The re
bellion is ended, its soldiers without
arms, its leaders fugitives from just.ee.
Then let us try to act with forbearanca
end leniency to the returning wander
ers, who, in view of such kind treat
ment, will become peaceable aud loyal
The minority bill proposes to dis
franchise more than one half of our
population. Will such a course be pro
ductive of bringing about an era of
good feeling aud prosperity to our
State? He certainly thought not
Leove the niitter to the Unite 1 States,
and with its policy let us harmonize,
and ere long prosperity aud happinesG
will return to all our borders.
Mr Henderson next obtained the
floor, and made an elaborate speech
favor of a mild, conciliatory policy to
bo masses of the rebels. He said the
question was one of the greater t im
portance.. Oar action will serve 3 a
precedent for other Suites ; then it be
hooves us to dtvet ourselves of passion
and prjudice, and act with sole ref
erence to the great interests at stake
The rebellion is cruthed and broken.
D.ploinacy is now the order of the day,
ami must complete the work of resto
ration. Let us heed well the voice of
our late lamented TreHident, as em
bodied in his Amnesty Proclamation.
It invites, entreats rebels to return to
their allegiance. The present Federal
executive would extend clemency to the
masses, while justly punishing leading
intelligent traitorj Let us try and fol
low ia the same line of policy. How
could we favor the reducing ot seventy
thousand of ourciUetis to ihecondilioa
of Hen.-.? .Such a course would be mis
chievous aud deplorable in the et
trerae. Wo muH choose between two
policies a rusnanimous end liberal
one, or adopt a vindictive, extermina
tory oursd of action that will make
contusion wor.-e confounded.
He thought that Horace Greeley,
Wendell Phillips and Willijm Lloyd
Garrison, extie uists as they were gen
erally, were mild and benevolent com
pared with some of our Tennessee rad
icals, and, on th.i question under dis
cussion, held them up for imitation, as
it was well known they advccaitd
the broa lest humanitarianism and
leniency. Armed guetrdlasought to be
extetminr.ted. I.-ham G. H.triis and
his co conspir-tors suouiu be tried io
treason, and if found guilty be hung -But
the masses the poor rioidiers-
ought to be restored to all the rights
of citizenship. Peace is what is w.mt
ed; it is now within our grasp; then le
us not allow passion and prejudice to
rale the hour, and retard the woik ct
concuifitian and soci.il harmony.
Mr 'Waters of Midison, asked leave
to mRke aremsrK whic h he did some
wbat excitedly that if rebels and
traitors should be allowed to vote, he
would surely introduca a bill before
the Legislature arljourned, to extend
the same privilege to negroes.
On motien, the House adjourned til
to-morrow morning at 'J o clock.
Eut.- of ALLERvt-s The P.oard of Al
(3crr;iin tnat at 3 o'clock, yerterday even
ing, in the aH-euce of the President, Alder
man Newman was culled toibe chair.
AMcrian Knoivls read the reports of the
Vv'ht.T and Lvenue tax collectors, and a
statement of the settletnuat cf Mr. Skunk
lin, the revenue oollec ijr'ji accounL
A coinmuniesiion was rcud from A. O.
Scovel, asking pay for rock tkcn from h:s
pmperty for paving purposes, with a com
mittee report tiKAiniit tb.3 payment, as tho
rock was U3d by the milita-y. Koceived.
Aidcrraan Drivor read a communication,
directed t ih Secretary of War, a eking
toe return of the sched houea to the city.
The reply was favorable, but the authori .
tioj in tho oily had not yet given up. Olh. r
place in the city had been vacated, but co
attention wsi paid tj the requMJi of the
city f -r the school house'. Thero seeced
to bs a ('..itertnination sontewhere to kep
the youth of the city from tho advantages
of education. Report rc-eivci.
Al.lcrm .a O'.tuu.irnrt o:rjred a resolution
to roj'ave Carrol aud Fijlmore streets, si
asn & Summer atnc.t u completed.
Aldortuan Thomas o2'ercd a resolution to
fill v.p and g ad Cherry atreet, trom Cs
tlcman street to P road, Bnd ir, ,.y don
there a six inch pipe. Adopted.
AldermHn Drirsr saiil the city debt had
acenmuluted to a larce amount. lie (uj
geated the im uortance. of funding the deb',
and taking sttpa to provide fnr the regular
acuii-annual pnymeLl ef the intermit. He
thought also the LrTi-.iatura new in esitn
should be r. piied to to to charge the city
charter as to give th P.ecorder tbe powers
of a Magistrate, and to pay him a regu.i r
Salary, the lees paid into Court to be pa.d
into the city Treasury.
Mr. ormi.nwaain favor of the propo
sition rwpeciiog tbe f eMer'a ofiica. Tbe
R-order gets i many doiiara aaheh.s
irtes, and when a ca-e ia diami.sd tbe co -poraui.n
pay? there are alfo fea arisiEg
from ia juin? Ii.-enjs tor business b uic,
vehicles, etc. Iu many ias:an.-.-s the li
ceaai are taken out enca eve'y three
icontha. When the whole was taken to
gether it wns evident that Recorder' in
come is eni-roioua tho error of the prca
tnt ayaiem, ia the greaiest evd existing in
A'ashvilie. Xaahviile wkj auTering from
the aiajunt of foeiahe ia paying ocera, at
the county court enormouss amount are
drawn frora tn citixona.
Mr. Driver offered a reaolution for the
appointment cf a joint ccrauiitteo to make
srra njementa for funding the cty debt.
Aid. Kcowlee aaid the city debt was i
already funded, except accrued and accru
ing interest, and that can only be fund
ed with the consent of the creditors.
Aid. Knowlea aaid the intereat en thecity
bonis had not been paid fer fouryeara; the
creditor cf the city had exercned great
patience. There wsa a larire amount of
tares uncollected. Something must be
done without delay.
Aid Newman aaid there was no reason
why auch an amount of Uxe a 2U,Sid
ehimld remain unpa.d. Our people a-
not bankrupt, Uada has been good, renta
T riaan to an enormoat aznU Vvh7
then are the Uxea not paid 1 It appear i
as if there was neglect of doty somewhere,
and the Council ahoald make iaveatifat.on
if au:h ia tbe fact.
Aid Knowlea obierved that during much
of tbe time there had been no court to
which to report delinautnta. Tkera are
tiw, acd tao wa wiU aot pay in!a bs
aadi do s
Al'lurman Ntwmau ctnjred tUs following
KeiolveJ, That the raveuue ollerlor be,
and hereby is reuiUd to enforce tbs law
..,,. rV.fVnn nt nil tun. ttnw dim to
th oorporatiotl is this dty sbown
to Do ii.vt), acu inai ua uc reiiuetiuyu in
p.-oooed at once to the execution of the
AMermsa Claiborne called for tho ayes
r.nd noes on the motion, but had no secon
der, and the motion was adopted.
. , t . t . 1
Tnt Kino is Hers That the king of the
Forty Thsivei is in Ssnhville, our police
are persusded; that king Alcohol holds
high court here it evident. Co Monday
morcinc; forty-two ewes of intoxication
wt-re brought up before the Recorder; yes
terday merniiiif tho cumber was thirty
four. Of the number of actually intoxicat
ed persoiis those wh get into the hands of
the polics are a very small projx.rtir.n.
Ilew many are euietly put to bed, or driven
to their homes on hacki, or kr.t out of the
way of the police by their friends in sonic
way or other? Suppose wo estimate the
number srrested & one in ten, then during
Sunday and Monday there were ?veo hun
dred and sixty drunken persons in Nash
ville! This number appears tremendous,
but in view of the rcturus at the recorder's
court they cannot be regarded as exageral-
ed. We never belonged to the teetotal organ
izition, we have never been accused of be
ing stritlced or fanatical, but clearly we
can see a state of social degradation reveal
ed by the above figures that is alarming
and deserving of attention.
The Italian Minister, Mr. Berimatti, and
Mrs. Bass, the dabbing Mississippi widow,
have been married.
"And thou Brutus!" The X. Y. Ex
press aaya of Jeff Davis: "Biing caught
sneaking away in his wife's dress, be
littles his fall almost below contempt."
HotrsEKEEfEas, Attestios ! The SU
Lo-iifl Democrat of the lilh inst. says:
Belcher's Sugar Refining Company
to-day made a further reduction in the
prices of their goods, quoting crushed
sugar, double refined, at 2bjc; crushed
sugar, B. "Oct do. C. 19i, powdered su
gar, double refined, 20c; powdered su
gar, C, r.f?c; granulated suear, lvjc;
rellnei white, O, l&ct O O. lc; refined
yellow, A, 18.x clarified, XXA, 17Jc.
One Huudrct buenels Cotton Seed for sale
et Tsui 4 Sanford's, No. 41 South Market
for Rome, (anhage and Burksvilte,
tv-li lv. a prr.ve a i irt-!Tnd-Mio tH.n.-i oc
W t.l iLfl iV, tiie 24i !. lo-tir. , t D p m.
rT ireini or iuicft. pi .y t n hr.rira or lo
msr-1 - It
A WET u.
Tne por.ou must ha'thy
f Ai fWy li.Jt
tl. f-'ummr "irit, 06Arbrcwl,
u an coiirea yr or. dwi f
BV srKtMKR MAKMORt. SCO Enleo c! Buy,
li" brri Kxtrs fa-. ?ly F our, and for true
i.. lower prie J t:i.i nny ouit-r tiou in rjty
T. K. BUKKE.
tr.f.T4 n M. S7 kwiIi Market sti.s
IO-T cn Mn!h-TTy cr iV-rferck r-'re.-'s S'.rc in
j ft e Unit r bl.s, with a atnnll . e ol r-p-r
wrij.r-:-d sri-inri u ft.i., an-i it? nrr.r.'jr.t rrirK
et cr ii. Ary on rctiinm tiiSAroe M I'jja o'i
w Ii leCrtivc ine -it. ve lewsr-l. Jrtyi--'JC
Ssshillle Trettiaj Avsflaiion.
VI rEI NF-'M '. MtT M.-Tli.h pert f -r It'-',
I lor ft!! p.-in hor-ep. Miie ?iest,., 0-4: !j ia 5,
r. hunifs.. SiiC.-acc.-. l'i rrr eot.
Entriis Mie. J. J !.rri c:ers 11. h. rrrpj".
11. K mhle-nt' rn'B c. F. P. F-rt,
f .UK i,'.r. Purse S e, ibr Jim iti ten. Colum-
i arn i ine-.iMn"f r, miin limts r -. tiiuu, in nar-
ce?". fr.trenc? 111 frrcent , m1ie:
1 ho fir.i rH."e lOfx TnircQce i 2 r m.
THCai-BAT, M-7!.-ri:re flul rr all rottiDi!
iipro. ii,; ars r-?n 3 in m hirwif. 1
r i" (lercei.i , 1.1 ns:n ana cioa on tveJnos-
dr.y i!r.meliMt.i(y aj. the rsce.
i'Kijs v I! t.i f ild i the Club Hou-e on Tile
ily nni ft iji'lnj n.gh:i.
rotyK-ll E. K. JOSV.", Pec'y.
We hae, by late purchases, scoured
full lines of Ladies' and Idis'ea' Hat
and I'.onneM. Also, a choice selection
of l lowrra and Trimmiii;3, and an im
meno ptocic of Fonnct i'.iblonii, in
eluding scarce colors ; all of which we
are enabled to offer
AT VERY LOW RATES,
To Cily and Country jtilllnery
JAMES D. SMITH & CO.,
24 Pearl Street,
t'rar aarcfc ao4 gprae Streets.
L I). Jacksoa &; U- HaUiawav,
.i X tertiooof the pi-blic to tlx N.ehoi.oa H Mie
ii V Nii.r to 'neciiy mil Hon m-ery exxumo-
lui nn. goon roora. at eoue w jim, a u-hl-uusii.-)-t.el
in m elleoce to the .il. ly hoard
e.- i. veil on la-orahle term-, la the Kee'au
rct deiiartroent the puMic w.U he aurrfced m aJ
hocrs wrh meaia, cream, and ai! he nreih
in -pi. Had ct ut.-'ei 01 ctwaoQ. Tne ettontico
of itje Lai-.i" c-i leo to r.e
Lfidlei" Hi ataurant.
wher Wie utmost s-.ten i a i aveo to naitora rf c
are ii:rr r-ne wvn rpcneri i. nireenmeDia, I:
Crenoo, etc. ec. , mayu lui
3( nnn ,nt r rr
J,UVW Leou, aart for w Ir-w by
Broad ad Ch at.
Hungarian Grasi Seed.
(( ButriA. Eunranaa Graas Bed oa hA3d
iJJ act li.r 11. e low tj
1'. I'. IHCKKV, nt.
hroad and High at.
Saascned Pine Lumber.
A Good aieorttiect rf aeaaooed dear White
CX. rine uumtmt oa naad an . tor aa tn
L. li. I ICKKY. AAeet,
maylt if t-tf broa and b.gh.t.
Saia of Blooded Stallions
IU'llXaxpo'.at puhiie anioB, a K of Con
di.ie4 potato tio-am, laiuiiiDK aeveral fioa
a ai tb. ua-lrr t. v i. ta E4
11 id. Tin.,
a. M. HJiiTH
CpVA.i M. Cat. UfpoC
rix BE mvtS AT A9jNtC BIX, oa Thai.
ar a-aiag, Maj sa lt, leal.
A. Ii. Catrarwt,
C V HajK.la,
J. K. w. Pa&aart.
IHE frou'. r..oui lUn U, ,; i)K ra OH ty
f rmriy cv. npiM bj t:io (M Jinnli,
und uinrorei'Cbl.y :j tu un.ior-'m itroar.
J C. t K&.V.-H A OU.
-VrnMT01P mth it rt..WipnM r rpwt
luuy reinrxu"! to wii n;m
tr.T brjvw. At
.i.e. rrjtACH ca.
. ' " '-v.. Hi? -iho-t of rf
U.nung thnks fnrtf.. m;.av kiri lnc.(M cl ua-V
et' . I t thi corin.i;if.
minis - n
J C PRETHCJ.
iildlfbcr:er Still in tl.e Field!
AFTER rftonn.s eincrp twiri tr a ill-"-!
WiN e r ir kind 1-atrt.n.xe :. j.,v- c-ne
ty, SAM woul i ti.-.i,y h . 1J tr.ei!.. aii oi.ee
niti. ttiat .n a iiiitirt. iv a tn rr.y -m ren i:iir fl
h-s K'.unc iaioi-n, i. h.-.ije.ln t'a-, h.-t fe
cIi'iku jt W owe nnd L iui .-- ro ! ( s. vll i.nx
ndtrw :er.i!, tr.i n i-ti. j iT it.isc
PAT. WALSLI and JOUN JOSES,
of Naabv.l'.a noior.e'T. MS. J K KKEL ail!
aieo oeoa fiso-1 to atnd iu iit war.-..- m (..- Lun-
Cotne, fr.eca, Rn ! trr your hs-J .
, 8. S. KJ I DLEBrRr. KR.
HPHK u drii-4 hK-r.ag rpe-d a Veterinary
flnsni'al ai No. ! rom Street, h.:ot
O.d bridge Landing, reapt'ii'ly eo:i,-it, tlva pat
ronafin ol his IneQoa an 1 i.ne-r,mrrrn 'r u i.tiro.
m JEI II SYBKRU?
P 8 The bi-toi rvfepce
DIM AND PACK 1UES
Wholesale Notion House
SO. 1X1 UAIK STREET.
(Between Third aaJ Fotir.t.)
lic e for VeiiS,
Nete and Hejad-l'resn.
Belt bir ions,
wmcn. r rojM os--
Stylo and Low Prices,
I .-eocnt tr- n.r3 eer o5. rei :o '..V. T.ile.
a - It K tr.e p.ace fcr a fall aearrtn-.r-ii la u e
I'tt.rti noveltiea, and
mny.'. I'n.arlH Srr
Forwarding and Commhsion
College end Market Streeu, South of
21 Barrtlt Fl'r,
VV) Bajt aid half Bd.t FWr,
IX Em-eh Sga',
25 Sack ZOfu,
5 R-.irrrU Syrup,
10 Kfj3 Belchrr's SairU LcSs
2 CcsU Si.jar Ouni oTar.,
300 Barrels Ci-Ury JLir-j,
200 Rigs Billed likal,
IO1.O Barrtlt Salt,
Lard ii Barrgii, half T-orreU aA Kcij.
Wines Sc Liquors
M Barrels F,,ct, Nat & Ci , K'.y,
60 14 RabtrltOT. Cony
50 u RrjTx-n, Ji-xe
20 Bitkets Efidsie CWipan,
10 Bcxu Gudn Wtddiig CaU:L
LOO BaUs prire TinoOiy Hay,
100 - Lore Ucrtt my,
100 Bag ef Bran,
500 Bagt cf Corn,
100 Bagt rf OaU.
OS CO.-JONMENT AM) FX) BALE CHXAPLY.
Trgaiar Willi a larje and frail aalet atoea of
SL A. TULRJSE A. CO.
72 North Market Street
(lietwreu P0U1: .H.4tuue ai,d Loui-T'.Ko Ik V)
bliirslas and So-Top. and
S--; rea tt &goa an4 Carryall,
Roa4 Wuhi, Kutalea, etc.,
TJAVK UN ilAMl A I.R!F. A.V!" V.'KLL i-
II MMM.v t, 10 l.:, o the al'.eoioa of
put kt ia iDiled.
To- ee wttodeeire l.i-ht, n-.tn-l ,..tHnla! w.-k
wiil rlod onra .vu.il to an made ,,i t,..(ns
cittee, and al puree to eiutie t'.1-.
Ke'r1a; 1. ne Prompt. nl Mo.ieut ee.
MYtRS & UCNT.
Officers & Soldiers
Are reepc-irUly invited lo r.t t:.e
1ILITABT GOODS BDOSE
A. D. TJTS ,V OliTII 1 CO,
JVKT OrL.NKD AT
49 North Cherry Street,
TTTHFl'-K MAT 1K n'Ki'HAHE!' AT
W Cp'jr, C et Mil onti-n.
Kverju.in irra.uiu to t e pq-.;i).tr.ent of r;
t rf ..r . r Joid-er ou ei,., i.iiipri.-iiv;
h.asei., nyni am li.st.n
Ooats & Pants,
B-xit aa.1 tiboe. Coder wear an 1 fun'-.'-u.-, ai
kia l. u" fciupmi ms, K::;..r i.ioxi-i,
Hw-ro, Cf.r.i. Acmioi.5..;n.
Flic.. t.'., i-. -
rf it K. u ;
; aitvi.f f t a a.
!4r 'KB OSJLVC..
(Late nj Ral.ry.)
nAVJJ INTKOHVKD fiTKAM PC 1- K A:.T'
the kl-t impr v a.h:f.-r7, auJ u-.u;i
n- ue rnit tbe heel m-ieriN b-ooar.t w ihe .-iiv.
ar prepared U luraiab d it-r wta a .upr.-r ir
U Jo ot
Of" aii kia.U. We t.v- Id our empi- a
riBST CLASS COSTEC! I0NEK,
and are pre;.riHl to P:n.tit
Families and Parties,
On fbirt aoi:re, ariiii all klrd of Conf"oonrrj and
OZAU5E S: MORRIS OS,
0. ! j Puairik-r et.. cear TV-on.
A jrood No. 1 aaecn-1 hasd ClwiCiXR MACSUiK.
a rajWute. Ar-p'Y
Nashville Stein Baitcry.
War Claim Agency.
4() 1-a Clierry &t.t
ClLxfCT all eUima apainat the .er-!rreD'fnr
t-niMetr an i .-.,n.3i aurr hui-puea Uuiea
kn Ui UMii tue Anr.j.
Whether Receipted for or net.
Hame aa Artomr7 in Wab,ntrfn, ts mk 1
h' t-i.-.ine-e to perwruiilr enp'i-ir.i o.i trw.
tioa oi riitm., u t t,o i u-.-.lr laj-ufj
U won lyv irf ai1 te JVp;.r Vriem.4. h.iti;j t j
at u f r ream xio f.rm baa CT-ear larii.bea tor U14
Collection of Clalma.
A ay Oommunjraeon ad lreeae l to t. at .Nash
TtUa, Vock Box 61, wiii me prropc aMectH.
THkn CaaAa al titm Bl Ratfa.
' Ice Chests!!!
IAM HOIJ! ArTHORIIED KA X FACTTJTIES
Sctiooley's New Patent
wiurh are ae.an-wl,arf aopanor lo ail othr to
ma'l mil in iir.ntf .nr h.l k . m .. .... a.
"'0 ha- baea kept la aj CaxTiiaraa rec j
raor, ut te oc of the aRura .a nutl IMT I
Lhi P MA 1. a.nf K . . .
OO a &H. aad araiy o-ri.OQ ot l Cleat
th u o uraoarm, KuicMr., suamouat. ac
"Iilurail pnua Iv iur&Ae aa aw
t"A Ebaral dMOoasi to ttv rA.
JOA W. WaTNIL
KmV-lm re. IM Vtee i., Oiaoiaaa. Ctio,
wm h m
fOrriELD k rXTN.N.- :-:awi9 ,
C. .:. A jktu-. ir vmrer !
C A:fIE-JJKlL. Ac- C.TLK'S
Enjlish Opera Troupe.
tV are n h''T a T-vf .-r I4! r't P.-f.:-r'. i
r--hiorat-i-, aid Oo-wied A-tie-ic ;:i;
e'er ;-.:t1 ihe Tr.cv.-c.
Wcdr?sd3y fverini, May 2-,
!o V.r. V. -.n .t'i
-.1 K- ho ...Nl-.-i 1 ..-t-,..
r. ... j - K C '
m.m c; r .sf.r
A (irund Oit-ra .latliaee
t a j. tmi, , u 4.-. rj, ; . ..
c'm-'i (. r '.o r -nrd i.t
Mi 1(oh Cool.c,
1 1. r-n ftt
.0 o..-; -ure 0'
I'rictH ol Aihalasloii.
! t V.T-J .
J 1 -r.v-- (:rt
an. 1 I';.-. ...... i, ,
( 11, -rre .-4'-
! (".oiler - . .
h- open fri-n-. 1" a. m. to
, , , . "
JL OlllSatl ?s
Hew Variety Theatre.
'Corner cf ffccrrjr and Broad treK
.e -.r-jtafon ..c-g-t aaivr
B. ILL 1)9
M.-i Clara t a l.-r .1 Aru.n P.-.r.t.--
L.:!V'P aa-l f.--rj... v. .1....-1 , a.
oi.-a iuru.u. Zi.ne 1 .p . r-. A..
: c .-!. 1 i.
m:k- :z-'z :.'..nk
l.raai i-ainliy Alaliura
,?e- S'iinlT aJterniK-f;.
r-A -!n-...-.on i ' a.:-i t. ot t i" .
CATt . (,w d m li'C.11 ; p ra::-..-i
A ' . u !-- - tit Kl A Uv.. . :
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1. r. xii:cir.
:iltn IVY lidllW, iidCfe liOCT.Wl
paul & mm
Forwarding and Ccrntr.iss!cn
41 Soaii Market Ktrffi,
rniLLirsi- laxiv.rs oi.i .,.r.4.vr.
Wn H At E TOUMEl' A PARTS FK.-hTl tN
de-t' e Ale noie et, rr-r tx. Jl.1
poee ul doiut; a r cerni
Forwarding and Commission
Pu- Pev ad leuf to -tn.LC r w to Nh'
n'a. finmnrinity K"n'r,'y. ly 4-: Mrrrhn'-
tu wtne Hiuj ite uar frjOi- a.ci oa lo ma v"-o-lArt-:uiiar
n :itmn wi" be c-i-n io rr-t'r r, i
W kp rowuKnttv oo tn a :"u-l n.tortjnii .'
: s Jjt , -i
Implements & Llachines
Cf Every Variety.
CaajKiug in p-rf of th fj o'nj(, ti:
LF.VF.lt r0V.-F.RS THRESHERS,
(viih irjou'' Iron Cy'i'-Jt-'t)
EndleM Chain Power, Thresher, Lc
PORTABLE CIRCULAR SA W
MILLS, for Td C.f.ir.j
We-toru Hand Corn Shf Her-,
SASFORD'S STLA W-CUTTERS,
Eealncky Cider Sills
Reapers and ilowers,
w-i :i'at nrproTenjea'--
ArJTtJ'0-i Irrir-.rren'e ad ea.ea ba i
ai v.kj; lecturer's pr..-e, troo of t.-ao.voruauoo
A Ml Aortnt f
Carriage, Buggynd Wagon
neater; i?T tn
TT ket eonataatiy on hand and fcr
latrt aad uioet lu.pnjfeJ ttyiv ii
OIl, "W SIAOZ8,
W are aKi Areola for
an wJ kcowa ttal ft: rUier conimaot 1 uiaaeaa
arOrJM erUwl f-r r. Corn, 00,
Prtfcioo al PitmMoa of aJ aia-ia.
Order reoelved for Salt.
7ACI 4fc KAKrORB.
OoM'g-uT;6tl Pf?tfa3y tSuilUM
Vf. J't.AN: ')
ler i i.'rt ti-tp
---a a f - v
H. At. I E
HN" u t: F.y
J. ft. A
Peer-, r- c:" is ?- .... t-
ATOM, a JO.r
i Iahr Orrat I'
:j "t-toaxi -a t."
vTednearjay Evening, W;y -4
; he rx r Vrrr-..l t-e -1. ; , .
In C.'3V-len -e 'Jm t-reat Let;. rr ,
there fi t?r Aj-rr",-.-.
Jt...ia.- V '
I: 3:oiw r.:-i t rrr., or 1 -. Esr;'
1 JY. vaIs. Ko.Tee
' l.rr . -e
I t (..i-rd -,: er
' I ri-TJ r,pE al C
' III Or' Ei ? (.;'-..
I Nashville Opsra House
: Church Street, near Chattanooga Dan
1 . . p -
I cl Vi.E M.tr,ES.
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. li t n'...e 'omj.aity
; T: .'. u -
j A C.rar.d Lave for Lacies and thilorn
i Ueifll iiC4Wt all iiVC: l'A t'..-
. rn -x ee.-vin r.:
Ttii)s. j. nna.-T.
T. J. r,lERRlTT& CO,
AT I burrti hi . -i.m. Tana.
AM' 1'K.ilJ-:1 IN
i'Lutu.rai'ililc' and Ambrolj,-
Apparatus and Material.
! CAMERAS FOU SALE
CONSTANTLY ON HAM
Uorth oi i'tictcijrapMt llal
It .:a.vi to
TIIOS. J. 51 F EH I TT A tt,
'l'll m 1 i bank "treat.
C. L. KOWERTON,
37 Market Street, 37
i'A.NP O1" J. K : II A M '
i oiul door 1 1 Am I uiou StrM.
AND DEALER IN
Hames, Chains, Whips,
Trunk, Valliit ami Saddlri)
C. L. HOVVERTON S
Th Ill?li-t Premium
at Ihe T?ine.a Ha'a Ka-'r, KenUickj til- a - ai
Hi'Wlin ltreKi. Ijne...lie nniiuy irt Aa at,
ao I AreniiuraJ no'ietj at A'rwj -, A..
n N rih Markot at., .Nv.tir., Teuc
fT-j UNIVERSAL SUOOEll
IS THK THXATMIL'T Or UWKArUTt li
CttuWVi(, , M Wi'lM B'HA !vw ii
CT-laS (flirv. A-i IT Li IM
fcA- ilVlULS. 7)trt;fEia-"it.!S.
For further inforiiiaCoa iu regAnl to
ihft skillful aureus in th treAtaint of
Impfuita, the revl-r u rfferrKi to tints
LZ3 Ti'taAFsrice had HrattA Mwk i,
two lnrs;e Tolume, lto titJOP of K"
th Uat ork in ti e Unifcd 3-ftUu.
whrei you mU Pnd Dr. Mcl.H' naitw
sUndiLj; paiallfl wita the beat mwlifal
tarn of ti.e af in tLo treatment of dl-eaw-aof
ffoiuen. for all diaAAa iota u
adTrtiAment, e&tlafantlon ie iar-ri-texL
With m j rcaerai protce I tret
Wit aatLafartJoa i Bhwuatiam. A-farUsra et
Loir; i'.ia. cf U. iti-Tt. haajrt Muat
-tf liinla, I "j-f. Pa-aa, C uara. Oau-w. .
lAauasnanl tu t.art ana liwi, iariaromaaoa
Jietira.-, a' ri" A,tj brmtum.
Jna.'RMM. of ti r.fxa. lnt
of ti r.yvia. ieoLUua h
Geoaa, iyepepa a or Imi raetx, an 1 CoatfRvOrea
'ntaiuM w-n aJ I'riTMa Otaniuav ri
Mleat of tit I . a-tuary Uraaua.
AH ATortic of Iba Womo traan w'.ib aaiegaaa.
TiAtm ilvnal LaJkm wto bmm baa au ocjorua
:ia io m-acrr or prof acortloa, aaa aa earrM
le MM t
If luoaa I
pregnant, 07 glTiaC xam
Toast Harried Laolaa wttoa mMxtaa 1 ba
ba au to brn tvui ia du aaaaoo. nuiuf
bod ba anal too aoool Btudpiy and rapteoiM. ti
Wia m ywix duara jq nm etittaali aw auwr t-f
tetar or la paraoa. IHo ladT oaar th'rrr-er !
of nr aoad a-k apnwwiKa. Aliivmmuaicatieati
Wj ltiar or ptraua auvfr trft taaiiai.
IlUtt lalsslom Csred.
Tooa Maa, ato hWbra yoa ttrrttmt gn. Of all
i mmmmt uini to Man, tear 1 no ttiMBiaa aa aaid
lo oar aa Ajcha AJntaaiooa. aful w- iw-aii mrm
jr that nana rWa nl trantio- n : aad ta ana I rmm
aay that 1 bar ewad anaam a tbu ttty, aa irati
la jmaraat otataa, baaa apaat 4oiiwr aA4- 4a.
la:, aad are aow ail eared by an. 1 aaa 4n'v 1-n-n
and aolii awiieia k) ai imi el
tha roustry. la a wvra, a4 that are Oiine. I ia
aoy wj, aad J r t ea a eau, I a Ul . aaw
bed k ail Of tba iaaaa ruaauoaad ia tua a
uaana. TUbaatof aareinoa a.ra1 m fcx
tA w craniM le
CWa (treat, Paaavija, Tarl.
mi-ll w area ru ft aaaa.