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X. ItCKITT, O. VT. It A Nil,
W. Q. BBOWSIt, P. JOSCS.
TUESDAY, MAY 15, :SP6.
What the Radicals Mean.
At our readers are already aware, tho
Constitutional Amendment, reported
by the '"Central Directory," was adopted
by the House of Representatives on
the 10i.ii icbL, without alteration. It
provides as follows :
Eictioh 1. That no Elate shall male or
enforce any law abridging the .rivileges or
immunities of citizen ot the United States,
or deny to any person wilhia its limits the
equal protection of the law.
kc. 2. All the iihsbitauli of the several
EtaWs, excludieg Indians nut taxed, shall
be counted for representation in Congress ;
but in caeca where tbe tlectirc frauehUe is
denied to soy race or claas, except iot re
bel.ion or other crime, the enumeration shall
be proportionately restricted.
Bsc 3. Until the4th of July, 1870, all per
sons who voluntarily adhered to the late in
surrection, g.visg it aid and comfort, shall
be excluded from the right to vote for mem
bers of Congress and for electors for Presi
dent and Vice President of the Unite!
fcso. 4 provides that neither the United
States norany State shall sseurre orray any
debtor obligations incurred in support of
the late rebellion, or sny claim for compen
sation fur Joasei of involuntary service or
8uc. a gives to Corgrcss tbepower to en
fore these provisions.
The Amendment, as it came from the
Directory, was accompanied by two
billa. The first provides that when the
Amendment Ehall have been ratified
and become a part of the Constitution,
and when any one of the late rebel
States ehall have ratified it, and shaped
its local laws accordingly, euch State
ehall be restored to Congress and shall
have two years' extension of time for
the payment of its share of federal di
. The second bill excludes from offices
under the government of the United
States a lorg list of rebel officers and
agents, civil and military, beginning
with Jeff. Davis, his associate Vice
President and his Cabinet, and ending
with those perrons guilly of lawleEa
cruelties to Union soldiers and tailors
as prisoners of war.
These bills will not be brought for
ward and acted upon in the House un
til the Senate disposes of the amend
ment. There is. considerable opposition
amongst radicals of the more moderate
type to the third section, which would
have been stricken out or modified,
but for the action of some of the demo
cratic members forcing a vote upon the
amendment as reported. The Albany
Evening Journal presents forcibly the
objections of this class to the repu'sive
Bection when it fays they "cannot be
persuaded that it is wise or just toofl'er
the South reconstruction with one hand
and withhold it with the other to say
in bne breath that they may be admit
mitted of their own choice, and in the
next that they shall not be admitted,
until the voluntary rebels, who consti
tute & majority of their population,
have voted themselves outside all the
franchises of citizenship, by adoptirg
constitutional amendment to that ef
feet ItiHatonce appareut to every
reflective mind that there can be no re
construction if this theory ia insisted
upon; that it would be a contradiction
of terms to call an act embodying it a
plan for the speedy restoration of the
Yet, Mr. Stevens in a speech closing
the debate in the Uoupp, more appropri
ate for a conclave of fiends, declared
the amendment r.othing without the
third section without it, he declared,
he would not give tho snap of his lin
ger for the adoption of theamendment
Having got over the breakers in the
House, it is possible the oppo.-kion in
the Senate may be unable to arrest its
progress.unchanged, through that body.
We expect nothing of the Senate, and
shall not be disappointed. Without or
with modification, the amendment is
not such at we would support
In its present shape the amendment
def v.ot satisfy the demands of the ul
tra radicals. They take it because they
can do no better. If they should as
sent to its modification, it will not be
from a willingness to abandon their
' mischievous purposes; but to go before
the people in ths ensuing summer and
fall elections upon false issues. They
aim to keep the Southern States in
their present position until they can
enforce universal suffrage and the bo
cial equality of all races in them. If
they can succeed in deceiving the
Northern masses with false issues, and
retain their preponderance of members
in the next Congresn, they will not
scruple then to adopt the of advice
Wendell Phillips, given in the ppeech we
republish this morning. This is what
they mean ultimately. The constitu
tional amendment is but a tub thrown
to the whale. The Berious part of the
work is to follow:
llr. Phillips -peats boldly. Univer
sal suffrage means, he says, not merely
tbe right to vote, but to hold office, and
he expects to see negroes iu the Legis
latures in the Southern States, repre
senting Southern States in Congress,
sitting on juries, and occupying prom
inent places in commercial and other
enterprises, Bide by side with white
men, sitting at the same tables and in
every respect on an equality, roliticr-1
y, morally, and socially.
Tliis is what tho radical leaders ht.ve
. in contemplation; and they have emis
saries even here at the Capital of Ten
Bessee. A bill to confer the right cf
suffrage was recently voted down ia the
State Senate. Put yesterday the Gov
ernor's organ, speaking relative to the
defeated bill, said :
We sure llie Tribune that thoje persona
iu th ia tate who believe that loyalty ami
patriotism should to tbe only bas.a of
cil isaship and sufirage aro by no menu
diahearumtd at the reaulu W e think tbat
majority ol tne Senate, and at lea, I a larje
minority in tbe House lavur tbat basis. Tint
Tribune ia correct iu auying that m addi
tion ia only a (junction," , time, t,u 1 that
time, we rejoice to believe ia close at hnoJ.
If Coogrew ahall propose an amendment to
the federal Conanluti ,n, 1 1 that ellect, ui
the baaia of leatorati ,n the Tenuoai ea Legis
lature will be among the first t ratify u.
Ia this paragraph of tha organ we
have an indication of what radicalism
will dare when it has no responsibili
ties to face. Our leghslature is over
and above the ,cople responsible to
nobody and, therefore, it is pledged
to ratify a negro sufirage amendment
a proposition which could not command
the support of even one-third of the
i it. r t - i. ir
Voters uuuer uio i iiiucuico ijn. xauf j
i calleaders in Congress do not feel bo
secure, and, therefore, they hcEitate to
aJopt negro suffrage. ;
V,'e shall await the result of the ap
proaching State eltcliens with great in.
tf rest, C 1 wiJ'u unfounded faith in the
We tm.1ciet.in.-l that the jame of II
II. llani-oi), Ti, was placed to the
... .. . . i . r r f
tuemo! ml to in i-Psi-iA'-are ia lavor wi
the Metropolitan Police B,1I, without
is knowledge cr consent. Who did
this j iece of forgery ? The fellcw ought
to be ferreted cut, ar.d prosecuted.
The proposition to introduce this off.
ehoct of New York legislation into Ten-
nesjee did not originate with Tennes-
ee ans, nor is it favored by the people.
It had its origin in corrupt brains, and
is suppoi ted generally by men who hope
to profit by it in Eome way. A pretext
was found for a law cf this character
in New York, the alleged corruption of
city officials. At this very moment, un
der this new ey&tem, evidence ia accu
mulating to prove that the Commis
sioners are exercising their fuctions
in behalf of their individual pecuniary
interest?, and. are vorking th machin
ery of their departments to make
money for themselves. And this will
be the result here.
Forney, in one of his letters to the
Philadelphia Tress, repeats an oft con
tradicted falsehood, as follows:
You have seen that the Mobile Register,
the orao cf l.:e Alabama traitors, and now
the urgent advocate of Johnson' p,lioy,
baa ineerbed upon its mast-head the name
of Kobert E. J-.ec as "the .States rights
Democratic candidate for the Presidency in
1868." This announcement, madj simulta
neous witti extensive public demon tralioos
of dialovalty in the game city of Moible, in
which cbcera for JeCerson Davis and An
drew Jobuson were exukingly carmuingle"',
is intended by the editor ot llie Register, the
nrlorioui rebel ioreytu, as a deliberate in
suit to the country.
Forney adheres to the old maxim of
his party " a lie well stuck to is as
good as the truth." The Mobile Register
has done no such thing as that ascribed
to it; and, of course, Mr. Forfyth has
not offered "a deliberate insult to the
country." Eut Forney has offered an
insult to his renders by repeating a
falsehood to deceive thc-m.
The Wafchincton correspondent of
the New York Commercial Advertiser,
in his letter of the 9th inst., intimates
that apprehensions of a foreign war be
gin to possess themind8 of leading men
at Washington. A foreign war might
be beneficial in some respects ; in others,
quite the reverse. Eut, if one should
come, would the radicals agree that the
late rebels are aliens and not subject to
military duty? Men who have no
votes, and no representation, who live
in States out cf the Union, could hard'
ly be deemed fighting material by radi
cals. Old Thad. Stevens, in a recent Fpeech
in the House of Representatives, urged
the adoption of a Constitutional Amend
ment imposing an export duty of ten
cents a pound on cotton! This, he said,
would give cur home manufacturers
the markets of the world, and wrest
from the foreigners t revenue which
would pay off the national debt Is
tho man insane? No surer plan could
be desired to break up the production
of cotton in this country, and to de
velope and build it up in other coun
tries. Able arguments were made in the
United Slates District Court on the
lOlh inBt at Savannah, Ga, Judge Ers
kine presiding, by J udge Law arjd Gov.
Brown against the constitutionality of
the test oath. J udge Erskine will ren
der a decision after both sides are heard.
Old Thad on a High Horse.
Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania, deliv
ered himself as follows in the House of
Iiepresentatives on the loth inst:
He said he was very glad to see the groat
unanimity existing among all the trufl
frietidi of the Union iu the House upon all
the provisions ot too proposed amendment
except the third sect on but he was grieved
to ace any diviaion among them tn wh.it he
considered tho vital proposition cf the whole
amendment. Without it, it amounted to
nothing. Without it he would not give the
anap ol bis finger wbeiher the joint resolu
tion wns passed or not. It it tailed, theie
would be no power left among the friends
of the Union in tho next Conres to carry
out the measures of the Government. He
should be sorry it tho third section were
stricken out, because then, before any por
tion ot the amendment could bs p.t into
operation, the ether sideof the House would
be filled with yT!ling Be ei-sioniet and ap
proving O. ppurbeaiis. Give us, therefoie,
Lo mniinuflti, the third section or give us
nothiDg. Do not mock us with the pre
tense of an amendment which throws the
Union into the bauds of iU enemies. Gen
tlemeu say we are atriving lor party. I do
seek to sustain my party when that party
is necessary lo save the Union. I say ral'y
to your party and aae that party, or you
loso the Union. I do not hesitate to a.y
that tbat section ia there l save or destroy
tho Union. Gentlemen tell ui tbat it is too
strong. Too itrong for what? Too
atroui; for their sloinacha, but uot for the
people. iom any it is loo lenient, liistoo
lenient for mv hurd heart. W. uld to God
that the exclusiou of rebels mif;ht not only
run to the year 1S70, but to the year nine
teen thousand and eevcn'y-MX. It would
bo then but too mild a puniahmnt. But I
bear it said you must net humble these
peop'c. Huinbie th-in, why not ? D)tbcy
no. deserve humiliation? Do they not de-Bt-rvo
drprsdaiijn? If they di not, wbo
doea ? What animal or lelou deserves it
more. They have not yet conft sed their
tins, why should they be forg.ven f lie,
who fdmimsters juries and mercy, r.ever
forgives until the sinner conf.waea at the
iooiitool of power. Why atould we for
give, any more than lie? If they are to
come bao, let them come back in sackcloth
a:d asbe.. Bet them come back and ask
forgiveness, nnd then let m C onsider whom
we" f hall forg ve anil whom we shall ex
clude. T at is my principle. All I regret
is, that this ia not guihcicnti.y stringent. Let
not these friend of acceaeiou and ceesi n
iata aing to me their halcyon songs of peice
a d good will v.n il they can itop my esra
to the s bricks and groana oi the dying vic
tims at Memphis, a scene more horrinle in
atrocitica, though not to the fame rxtent,
than the terrible traged ' tf Jau aics.
While I a:n willing that thtss r.bel
Statea shall bo represented here, I prav
y u cot to admit ihoso who have caused
the slaughter of millions of tiu- country
men, win e their clothes are still wet with
Mood. Wait until they are di(!-rently cl4.
1 don't wish toeitside by aide with men
wh e garments smell of the blooi of my
kicdre i. G.-uto m. n forget the scenes that
looi leca lure twenty years ago, when the
mighty Too ill s, w th bis shagjy locks,
hejdei Southern fire-eatera with idiouts of
di llauoe and r n dered th;s llou.se a hell ol
They seem t f reel the tenet
enacted Lt-re aix year ao, bel- re boutbrn
inemi vr left the Hah to join the armies of
Outline; acd when, encouraged by iheir
ai.e', Uiey came on here in rne yeliug
b(dy, because a speech for freedom was be
icg made oa this aide, acd wheu the rufilan
I'raig, of North Caroliu, drew a pialoi, and
the assr-bsin Barksdale drew a bowie-
Mr. Thayer reminded Mr. S'.evcns tbat
the third section dd tot (.fleet the eligibil
ity ol these pcraoi.a aa representative , but
purely excluded them from voting-, an.l he
akd him if he thought he cou i bui d a
peiiiteDtiiry big snoueu to buld ei:ht mil
lions ol peupie t
Air. bieveua : . air. that penitentiary
which is guar If d jy bayonet down bMow ;
and if they underlie to coiuc back we will
shoot tliein. The penitentury of hell is the .
w-citentiary that they deserve to have till
then. ' j
Mokdat, Kay U.
The Senate met at o clock a.m. -House
Joint resolution to adjourn on
21-t was amended so as to read "Zsta.
genate B.!l to indemnify loyal ciiitens for
los sustained dung the wa', was made
the ipecial order for Wednesday next, at 10
o does, a.m.
Senate Joint Resolution ordering the sur
render, under conditions, to depositors, spe
cial deposit made by them in tbe Bank of
Tennessee, was indefinitely postponed.
Ilouae Hill to make a suitable disposition
of U.e mansion house and tract of land
known as ''The Hermitage," the late resi
dence of the iiluitriou5 soldier and states
man, Andrew Jackson, waj amended and
On motion of Mr. Senter, leave of tb
ae h for tn days was granted to Senator
Adjourned to 9 o'clock a.m. to-morrow.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
: IIcsdat, May 14, 1806.
The House was oiled to order at nine
o'clock. Prayer by Eev. Mr. Brown.
Br Mr. ShulU : That from this dale there
shall be no leave of absence rranted any
member of this House unless in ca?e o sick
ness. That the Speaker direct the Clerk to
notify e&ca absent member by letter to re
sume bis seat in the House immediately, or
show that his abserce is caused by sicknsss
Bv Mr. Waters of Wilson: That the rules
of the lIous9 ha so changed as to commence
tt 8 a. rn.. and that the dailv session, wnen
racticable, will not close betore o p
By Mr Jarvis: That hereafter the meet
ing of tbe House (hall be at 8 o'cioca, a,
m., 2 o clock, p. m., and 8 o clock, p. m.
By Mr Arnell: That biTs of a public
character be taken op out of their regulae
ordtr, and acted upon. J.aid over.
WAITS A SKAT OX TBE FLOOC.
Mr. Suodderly presented the following
petition, which, on motion, was relerred to
the Committee on .iectiona :
Nashville, May 10, 1366
To the Membera of the Hoiine of Representatives :
Your petitioner would respectfully repre
sent tbat at the special election held in tbe
county of Shelby, for the purpose of electing
two members ot your nonorao e Doay, ne
was a candidate, and, as the shenil s re
turns in tbe ollioe of the Secretary of State
will show, hs received a certain number of
vot's. which, he believes, was a majority of
the votes cast. He therelors asks to be si
lowed to take his seat as a meinb' r of th
House of Representatives from the county
of Shelby. B. F. C. Bkooks,
PETITION'S TEK ItlTBOPOLITAS POLICE BILL.
Mr. Arnell presented petitions from citi
rem of Naahville, praying that the provi
sions of the Metropolitan Pol.ce Bill be ex
tended to Jashvil e,
Mr. Arnell submitted the following ma
jority report :
The Joint Select Committee have had un
der consideration tha matter referred to
them in regard to the Senate amendment
to House Bill No. 501, known as tbe Me rn
poliian Police Bill, and a decided majority
has directed lim to report in favor ot coa
curricg in the.Senate amendments.
So anxious were tbe committee to act in
tellicently in this matter, that Major Gen
(i. II. 1 humus was requested bv them to
meet with the Committee and give his view
ucon the aubiect. He said very emphatt
cally " that the Metropolitan Police sjs'em
was to he preferred to any ether. It had
worked successfully for ve:rs in many of
our la'ee cities, particularly in New York
Actintr as a legislator, he would advocate its
application lo incorporated towns."
Your Committee, from abundant testi
mony, are of opinion that it is absolutely
necessary to adopt- this system K-r the
prompt execution of law, for the safely o
loyal citizens, and lor tne general gooa or
der of the Mate.
The Committee have also directed me to
reoort complimentary to the ability and
efficiency ol Mr Mayor Brown, ol tuo city
ot asbvi le. iiespectiuiiy suumuteu,
S. M. Arnell,
Chmn. House Com
LETTER t'ROM VAYOR BR0W5.
Mr. Arnell reaa the following letter from
Mayor Brown. The House, however, bad
proviously listened to tbe majority and mi
nority reports, and had decided to take ac
'lf actioo on Senate s amendment may
bs deferred till next Wednesday, it is ou
purpo e, in the meantime, to take steps to
test the sense of the people of Nashville on
the nuesuon now beloifl tne General As
semblv. We are very anxious that the
sense of our people be fully understood, aa
ascertained in an unquestionable manner
before final actiou be taken in regard to our
police. W. Matt. Jiaown, Mayor.
Mr. Moss, from a- minority of the Com
mitte?. made the following rerort:
We. a minority of the Joint Special Com-
mitteo to whom mat rtfened the Senate
amendment, by which the citiea of Nash
ville and Chattanooga are placed under Me
Iropolitan police regulations, beg leave to
make the following report: .
They would first atste that they have con
sidered Weil tne memorials ami mueuce
adduced ou behalf of the present city po
lice system of Nashville and Chattanooga
aud the memorials to chauga and inaugu
ral a new system of police of said places,
1st. That tbe desire for a change is coo-
fined to a small minority of the mhabitanta
of the cities of Nashville and Chat anoogs,
in the absence of any well attested cause ol
complaint against the present system, or
the . flic encv of the persons now intrusted
with its execution.
2J. Tbat the eood of the city of Nashville
has, under Us existing charter, since tne ad
inuiistra i n ot tbe police oi tne city wat
turned over by the military authorities, se
cured all the citizens as lull ana amp e pro
tection ss would probably be atlorded to
them under any other system of govern
ment. 3d. That no serious outbreak of any kind
has occurred, aud such violations as have
occurred hae teen promptly punished un
der the pteseutaysteiu.
4th. That such violations of law as have
occurred, havo been of a kind or character
aa would probably occur uuder any system
of munic.pal government.
1 hut tbe city ot asp.ville nai now
for two generations and more been under
substantially the same system of municipal
government, and that during this whole pe
riod no city iu the whole Union has proba
b!y becu better governed.
6lh. That there is no.hing to warrant the
conclusion that tbe General Assembly of the
Ktate of Tennesseo can impose upon the
citiea of Nashville and Chattanooga muni
cipal laws by woich greater good may be
accomplished than has been and still may
be accomplished by such as they havealop-
ted or may herealter adopt lor tnemseives
7tb. The condition of the people of France,
in which it has been proved impossible to
sustain a repuolicao form of government,
should admoninh us of the extreme dancer
of the measure under consideration. In
that country the municipal governments
have, lor csutunes, been appointed by the
central governments, in 1 urn, and tbe as
quel has ben, and is, that theo municipal
eovarnmcnta here became considered organs
of a centralized deipolisrn and tbe ability of
the peop e crushed out in toto. Un tne otn-
or hsna the government of tbe cities snd
towns in England have been permitted to
choose their own forms ot government, and
the result has been tbat these cities and
towns havo uniformly been bulwarks for
tie preservation of liberty whenever it was
imperile I, through, tne citizens thus habi
tuated to aelf government.
Wc, therefore, cannot admit that aucb a
rad'cal change should be imposed upon the
c tirs of Nashville and Chattanooga without
their con eut, in thi absence of any serious
objections to the present police ayatem.
Gio L Foster,
A. W. Moss.
THS KtTROFOLITA rOLICE BILL.
The consideration of the Police Bill was
resumed. Mr. K.liott ollerei the following
amendment: That tbe right to adopt the
provisions of the foregoing act f jr toe gov
ernment ot the city of ashvil e shall be
submitted to the legally qualified voters
un4er the Franchise Law ou the first Sat
urday in Janaary. lsG7, and that the Major
fha 1 give tbe lawful notice, and have the
I election heid in the usual way
Alter a couple of hours of speech making
hat been indulged in, very little of which
bad any refe ence whatever to the subject
under e n ideration,
Mr. Arnell moved that the tmeadmeot of
Mr. Elliott be laid on the Ub.e. Carried;
ayea 3d, noes 23.
The question on the adoption cf the ma
jority report of the Joint Select Committee,
favoring tbe provisions of tbe bill being ex
tended toa&hville and Chattanooga, was
put and carried by the following vote :
- Ayea Meaars. Anderaon, Arnell, Don
aldson, Dowdy, Dough'y, Duggan, Fuson,
Giiruer, Hudson, Hale," Inman, Jone of
Caiborne, Kercnival, Mason, Maxwell,
Morris, Mullias, Malloy, Murphy, Nucn,
Palton, Porter, of Wayne, Puckett, Kaula
lon, B.cherd, Sbeppard, Sinclair, Shultz,
Smith, of Bardeinan, Smith, of Obion,
Suodderly, Thornburgh, Underwood, Wa-
ters, Walker, Welch, Wines, Woodcock,
Woods and Speaker Norman 40.
Noes Messrs. Brown, Eaker, Big;s,
Clicgara, Coward, Elliott, Foster, Grove,
Jarv ia, Jones, of Greene, Marble, Martin,
Melton, Mom, Overstreet, Porter, of Henry,
Simerly, Stegald, Warren and Williams
The question of concurring with the Sen
ate arm ndment was then put and carried
by exactly the same vote as the precedirg
Oq mo ion, the House adjourned until 9
oe'leck to-morrow morning.
We have received the second number
of this new fortnightly magazina Ex
cellent as was the first, this is a decided
mprovement upon it If the conduc
tors do not flag in their enterprise and
industry, they will soon attain the
highest success. The following are the
contents of this numbers :
The Clavericgs, continued (with two illus
trations. 1 by Anthony Trolope: In tbe
Hammock, by Kose 'lerry: lhe Marco ct
tbe Cholera, by W. H. Draper, M.D. ; The
Art of Dining, (the first of a series on
Cookery,) by Prof. Pierre Blot; Archie
Lovell (continued,) by Mrs. Edwards; Un
belief, by tbe author ot " iimiiy Chester ; '
The Home of Victor Hugo (with two illus
trations,) by General Cluseret; Miss Clark,
by Maria h. Pool ; aiiaeies ot memory, cy
Frances Power Cobbe; Spoken at Ees, by
Edmund C. Steadman : A fctory of the Ope
quan, by John Eaten Cooke ; JNebulre: Con
taining articles on bhakspeare s .birthday at
tbe Century Club: lhe Machinery of Drama
tic Criticism, Mr. bttdenan's "Anonyrna ;"' A
.London btrike ; lhe bociety for the Preven
tion of Cruelty to Animals, etc.
Dr. Draper' remarka on lhe contag-
lousnesa ot cnoiera deserves general
consideration. He says :
The true statement in regard to the on
taziouaness of cholera, justified by the pre
sent state of knowledge, would seem to be
this, that cholera is contagious, just as ty
phus, typhoid fever or smallpox are conta
gious; that ia, it depends upon a jpecihc
virus, which is multiplied either iu or out
of tbe b dy in the discharges, and is tra s
ferable in tbe ways before mentioned. It is
doubtless less contagious than the diseases
just alluded to, lor the reason that its poison
is not exhaled with the breath, nor accumu
lated on the surface ot the body; jt probably
resides wholly in the evocutions, and hence
it is more capable ot removal, and with or
didary hygienic care that the risk of its
communication to those about the sick can
be iilmost mrely avoided. From these con
siderations on the cause oi contagion in
cholera, it may be reasonably inferred that
in a clean, well ordered household, a single
case of the disease need not excite anxiety
or alarm for the safety of others, and if this
be true of a household in which tbe laws ot
hygiene are observed, the same might be
made true or towns and cities.
The following remarks of the Galaxy
touching a statement made by Richard
Grant White, at the late Shakspeare
dinner at the Century Club, will make
the readers and admirers of the great
Eard put on their 'studying caps."
Queer that he left on record no kind
compliment to the genie sex to wo
Mr. White thought that his hearers
would be much more interested in sharing
w th him a discovery in re, ard to Shak
speare, than in listening to anything that
could be said by one so unaccustomed to
thinking while on his feet. In the prepa
ration ot the toasts and the bill ot lure, he
had solicitous'y sought to avoid any repeti
tion of what appeared at dinner on Shak
epeare's birthday at the same place five or
six years ag. lie had been able to accom
plieh thi except upon one point, snd that
the one as to which he had looked f.r the
least trouble. He had thought and it mast
be admitted that there are lew if any of us
who would not have thought with him
that the aearoher for a c mpliment to wo
man in Shakspeare's writings would only
have to take his choice of many. Never
theless. the lines quoted ou this occasion
were those which appeared on the previous
bill the following, from "Love's Labor
" From women's eyes this doctrin I derive :
Ihey apa-k e like trie runt ftomethean fire:
1 hev are the books, the arts, the aciden cs,
That tbow, contiio and nouruh all the world."
A marked sensation was produced in the
comnanv of Mr. Grant White s assertion
that these lines which he pronounced "codd
and concei'-ish," were reproduced only be
cause, after a long search, with al 1 the aid
at his command, not oniy tnrougn tne piays
hut the aonne'.s and poems, this ai t
only passage in praise of woman of the scf
that ho could rind. Praiaes of a particu
lar woman, either by a lover in the dramatic
revelation of his pasion, or by an uninter
e3td person as a part of his portraiture of I
female porsonaee in the drama, were nu
merous ; but ot glorification of tbe sex, the
entire works of the great poet of humanity
according to the latest of his enramentators,
furnish only tbat given above, which, it
must be confe sed, is very chilly and Hi
satisfactory. The speaker yet more aston
ished bis hea-crs by going on to say that he
found tbat thia absence of panegyric was
not the concomitant of a neglect ol the sub
ject ; it waa tot mere absence of prais, but
that on the contrary, it the passage required
for the occasion ha t teen one ot censure-
he could have bad his choice of many. Ho
thereupon read a few of the many of this
nature that be had had copied lor him
very cruelly, as he confessed, by a woman.
Mr. J. B Smith, of Lincoln county,
died suddenly on board the steamer
Linnie Drown, at Memphis, last Friday
evening, ot dropsy oi me cnesu aia
m 1 Ja 1 A. ill
the money found in his possession was
five cents in currency.
Rev. Mr. Waldrupp, of Carroll coun
ty, Miss , killed a man named Johnson
on the 7th inst , in the north western
portion of said county.
The sheriff cf Shelby county declines
to hold the election for Attorney Gen
eral in his county, on the 4th Thurjday
of this month, as provided in the Code.
He says his duty is to execute the law,
not to decide upon its constitutionality
or unconstitutionality. It had been
sueeested to him that the Franchise
Law is unconstitutional
Pclverizkd Tcrpextixe. The Russian
Admiralty are experimenting upon the
uses to whicn pulverized turpentine
can be appnea. iy adapting a tamp
to it, a name two leet high was pro
duced, which easily melted steel and
copper, a small sveamooai, iwentj-
four feet long, wita engines ot two-
hoise power, attained a speed of Bix
knots by the consumption of twelve
pounds of pulverizsd turpentine. The
steam was raised in ten minutes by the
use of tne turpentine lamp. Several
steamboats, whose engines are moved
by turpentine fuel exclusively are al
ready plying on the Neva.
AW 1SD BE1CTIFUL 1T0SK,
THE PICTOKIaL BOOK OK
ANECDOTES AND INCIDENTS
OF THE REBELLION:
Heroic, Patriotic, rolitiesi. Romantic, Eumorooa
Splendidly Iliutrted wth ow soo Bee Portraits
ana oeanumi EngrsTftigs.
Thie work for gonial fcnmor. leader rathoo. atart-
bng interest, aad 1!t- tive beauly, iuli p?r;w
and alone a'nonc al! it. mmwiLlorn- Tha Valmnt
and HrT Headed, the Pm iarsqun nj lramtie,
the Witty aoi Marvellous, tbe lrdr and P."ihti.
IheKoliof Kim anil htcry, Crimp, picket, fcry,
Soout, lli-us an4 Pige ; ftrt icg bTf.x,
Wcndrful fcarspes, Frr.m Word and ledt of
Woron, aatl the whole Panorama of tt ar are
h-ra thr.iling'y and atrtliDg y portrayed ia a mas
terly manner, oaca limtottcul and romietM ren-
dorm: it nio-K ampift. trulut and reoabie
b-ok that th ar has cal d forth.
l'.s)i e J oxera and soi itera tnrbrn. enreetic
young men. a ajl m want of profiiaMe -rr.!oy-meot,
will nnd this in lt rhane lo make tnonry
tr jet oaireo. eend for eu-eclArs and a our
rma. , ,
Address NATIONAL PUBLISHING C".
14 Wt Fourth sweat, UcCinaaU, Ohio.
mayS 3m daw"
E FINE GILT MIRROR. Extra km acd
beavy French plat.
GEO. SHIELDS CtX,
maj (l n Coilair aireeC
Rooms to Rent. -
A SUIT of Room or Kent, ou Cherry street,
Mutable for Lyer or hy;oiRrs, inquire
of d. W Ch'.ldr8, o. i tntrrj street.
lyetrepoMian i'dlce Bill.
1 N orier ascertain thi tt ne of the peop' (re
s' ai ients aDd p-pity holder) ol the iity ff
Naahvill", on tne que-t on ot the anpneanon CI
toe proviaions of the M-jtrorol.taa Pol-ce I-id tc
oir eity, ii will ha pWe j t a convenient phv in
eai-h vard, on wai h ihayote tf ach citizen and
property hoMer way pwrdad tor or igiinn
the proposed measure. Ci Jacs are rmueaif d to
rcair to Urn points Jes gnatcd, at the earliest hour
conTWient, to record their w.s-h-s, as thi luts ara
to be clo ed on 1 nei-uiiy eeniDg.
A meeting of citizens is called for eaeh
Ward, to be assembled at the places where
the lists are to bo kept,
At 7H o'clock, Tuesday Eveniag.-
The lists will be opeted at the followiDj? places
in "he resptcuve Wrd9 .
1st Ward At County Jail, on Front Street.
24 " Ambio e Haioon, Wa'er Sweat.
3j - lmoile'a Diutf store, corner Cherry
and SiriD2 s:ret.
4th " old theatre. Cherry 8'reet.
6m Smith" uru Store, corner Vine and
8th Trp ey e fchop. Market 8treet.
7tn ' Woodfin'a r-t r, Murfreeabrro Pike.
gih Firenian'a Hall, Cherry btreeU
ittj " T. Hudon'a, College Street.
10th " Moore'a Store, Broad 3 reet.
AUCTION SALE Of SURPA.US
Subsistence Stores and Property,
AT EATON PEP1T, Ns-htille, Tenn., TCE3
DkY, May 2'4, lll, at 10 o'clock, a ro.
10,000 Fonniia Tfa. m original rackagei, ai-d
old n!y because not ieq ured for
, 25.CO0 Pound Heana,
Floor, Vmwgar, Canned Fru'ts, Cnrrants Hominy,
Coarxa ball, etc., Piuum, bteeijard.-i. Lantern!",
Hardware, Bw-kets Bro rns, tables, Cha.rs,
Piatea, Kmpt Parkaira, etc
bood open for ini-ec-uou daily, (Sundays except
ed,) until the hour ot a-le.
'feims Cjsh in GoTemme nt Funds.
M. P. SMALL,
myU td Brt. Col. and 0. 8., U. B. A.
AUCTION SAIE OF
MILITARY IIVISION OF THE TENNESSEE,
tl ABTERMASTER S OmCE, II. . M. R'S. j-
ashville, '1 txx , May It, 18G6 j
IWILLfel at Public Auction cn TUESDAY,
May t'i, 6, at 7 o'clock, p m , at the 8nle
tvooms sear the thiumoofia Lepot, a lot 1 OrTioe
Furniture, consisung of Leks, jables, Stove j, ic
ON WEDNPAY, May 23, 186S,
AtO o'clock, a.m , near Chittxnoopa repot, Nash
v lie, a lot ol cecond-hand Machinery, moatly aer
viceable, conn.-itin of
Oue (I) Irj Mationry Engine,
Two (-0 Poruihie Engines,
t ne (1) l-oot Moiticmir Machine,
De (I) Moulding Machine,
One (I) l;iemni!e1 Locomotive Eneine,
'Iwi () bma I Building used aa LumberOtCce
and OtBce of l-tcu-rnl Engine i spaU;her, n'Uated
near tLe Chattanooga Depot.
AT SAME TIME AND PLACE.
Eloren Thnu-and Bui-heU Coke, moreor lea.
Eleven 'l hou-an liowheU Coal, more or lead, in
tbe Coal Yard near Ctaitanooga Ln-pct.
ON FBIDAY, May 2oth, 1S6U,
At 9 o'clnrk, a m , I wi'l aell two Buildings at Eech
erd, on N. A C. Railroad,
n.e (1) Car hop, 40x 30x10,
Oaa (I) Dwell is; Houao, iux30, two storiee,
C0ni.-t nsf of eiht rooms
Term Ca h in tjovernment Funds.
S. K ITAMILL,
Cart. A. Q. M ,Chier Q. M. U.b. M. b Iroads.
Dr. 3. ZD. Sliesr,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE
No. 5 South Cherry Street.
-Rpec;aI effice houra nntil 8 a m., and from 12
to I pin. muyia-lw
Girr EsTiara.ii-a I !! To any one acquainted
with ihaenornio a pr.ifita made by the salo of
Watchec, J ry and Kn'y Gooda gereraily, it
cannot be denied thattiift Ei.terpr ca bs hon
orably condiicU'd. tivins; to buyem ihe f .11 worth of
their money, and at th aame tm affording the
Bellerj a fair profit. A firm, long in trade and rea
pe taoly connected, hve r-s .lvd to ofTcr their
entire Mock tor tale oo th pnpa ar p'an of oneprire
ffr article conouctinir ihe c meern (which ia d ly
censed according lo law) oa the most for anl l b
era! bam, ao that eve y oca rntroi.iz.ng cunot f.nl
to obtain fjl.y the worti of the mney invest d;
while one in a ceita n number will luve a hundred
fild return. 1 hat they n ay not bt accused of dv
ception, they rropotie Binding a aample worth $3,
with ci cular free, to any one who mny wixh to tent
the legitimacy of the f oooera. Thus you fee it
costs you nettling to make the triiv, while it mar
bringyou a hHnd"me present. Try it ! Bnd your
addreaa to Pox bM l'o.T t riicit, aw York Ciiv.
lyASfTHD Aferda in very city and town. Bu-
amesa genteel, and pay $10 per diiv. Uene-al
Agenta in a i prin ipnlc.te-i. Ad Jri?-K, wiih Hamp,
R. LA8'RuM A CO., BortCZ4, Cincinnati, Oh o.
AGENTS wanted ia vry town and neighbor
hood, for "THK 6RET LABOR SAVa R," a
new arU.:l in eret dfmaod, wnrih SA) to any
family. Secured ty patent and very aa'eable.
Agenia, mala and frmale, are makirg $5 to $10 per
day wita a capital of ' to J o. Any person having
a lituo spare time, will find it pleasant and proft
able, SkpiI 2 aiampa for circulars nnd rtnrn post
age. Address K WAYVbLL,
mayf-3rx. Box -1781 Chicago, 111.
LOUhVILLii AAD SlbllVILLE
JEtJ. I Xi SAj O Sl.I
St. Louis, Chicago, Cincinnati and
Two Daily Tbrouali Train.
Mak'pgdirect connections at Louis. ville for the East,
West and forth, commenciDg April U, bt.
Traina a ill run ai follows
Leave Naihv.lle ': a.m. and C:"0 p.m.
Arrive at Bowling (rei-n..l2 oi p m. and 1' :- p rn
" M Louisville ti:0 p.m. and 6 uo a m
VVeat aud IVoTtli.
Leave I ouiville.......
Arrive at t'hieago
" St. Louia
. 8:.0 p m and :31 a m
10:0) p m
1:00 p m and l.iu a m
Leave Louisville. ..
Ar. at Indnnapulia...
... 8-30 p
ro 1:45 am
C..10 a m
l:r.: p m
:0S p m
6:10 a m
1 :.'! p m
t -a a m
7:40 a m
... :" a
... " a
ro 7:i p in
ro 1 :.vt p m
Ba! ii more
Ph ladelph a.
... i:-ti P
m v i) a m
m 6:i) p m
10: 0 p
. H:KI p
m 4:.V p m
..-12 J' o
... f :'0 p
... 3.15 p
m 7:0 ia m
rn 1: Sam
m 7.05 a m
m M 'A) m
5:30 a m
.. 5:t5 p
m 12:00 p m
Steamers of I . S. Mall & People's line,
Lva Lou:aville nt 12 'J noon, daily, and at i p m
duly, eii'fit MindHyv, arriving in Jincinnii in
time o ronnect w tn early morning traina lor tn
haggags checkei! from Najhil!e lo f t. Lonia,
Cawago, t mcinnat , and ail principal Esatrn cities,
vtSy-lhe N glit Expre-s leaving Nvhv lie at t-'M
p tn. and ba.lat:ii at 4io a m , wi I not a too at in
termed a'.e sla ioa tte n (ialia in and Nast
ville. ex epton Sundays, for thrurgh P engera.
t-utlUt.n A.M'ommoJHtiin i:i ua di y, exotpt
SuLdivs, as fo'lowa : Leave fvttifcdi" at 6:55 a m., ar-
rv at r.adivl a at e a. rn Keiunnng. loaves
Nashville at 4 t0 p m. urr vo-i at baliatm al 6: 40 p.
m. btc-pa at ail iniei me-iisie stations.
may9-Im Cieal Hnpt L4N.R.R.
BOUTHERN EXPRFStI COMPANY,
'tnncan I'Ivisiok, f
Njnvitti!, Tm, M y 7, 1H6".. J
rFITH COMPANY having reumfd fieir rmin9
X- ia Una city. ( hicn was iDUrrnplexl ty the war
Wke pta-ure in inform ugt.'ia Bt kern, Merrhant--,
and tJis oe ppie g-nerally, that they are (re
pared to Uke charge of, and forward to deaucatioo,
G'JLD, BlLVEft, BHLLIO.v,
TREASURY ANU BANK N-TE3.
B0ND3, VALUABLE PACKAGT3,
and Hravy Frvight, in charge of special and trualy
Bsva connection "h rerori'b Fxp'eas Ccrn-
pnie to all ajt of tha Uned dtatea, Canada and
A. K HOLT, Agent.
JA3. 8EUTER, Bup't. may lm
Willett, Kiddell & Co.,
Civil Enpseis and Surveyors
Corner Church &z IIIflh5ta).
F. O. LIGHTJEI & 00.
(Late Li Newton k BrTbm-ys,)
Xsanfactnrers of Flrs:-CIas piano
H;ght Prrn:nm at th American World's Fair and
itidi:. r.n tJ t:i in lus'rv of ail fc.Lir.na
Tnii kot-.ta -.u1ii-hrrint s niw ccnticu"!
by F. C. I.I .H I E and Lous aR.-sriT. at tre
o i at -.nH, iil tirooma at, Ujt
htm York City.
faCro?r-y an i Elm,
Vr'-and woa-lrtul taEWL HACHlMt.
Ihe anAu chMp en bneoaaci. Addraaa a HA W A
tLAEj, ldaoist. U.,
!. I I : ! I S
f j CtLE. "SEATED I
pAmIT miTii trf
j;a R i s
SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER
No. 28 Cherry Street,
J. il. J. BO
S. Side Public Square,
OPPOSITE COURT HOUiE,
Nashville, - - - Tennessee.
WE HAVE NOW IN STORE
Five Hundred H Coafs,
Finest Simona Cloth
LoweBt Triced Cloth Manufactured,
rcpe Casaimere Suits,
Basti e Cossimere Suits,
I)rape de Ete Suits,
English Melton (all color) Sujts,
French Silk Mixed Suits,
Chinese Searsucca Suits,
Creole Cheek Suits,
White Linen Puck Suits,
Brown Linen Duck Suits,
Spanish Linen Duck Suits.
BLACK LUSTRE COATS,
Mulberry co'ored Cloth Frock Coats,
" " " Sack Coats,
Black " " " Coats,
Dahlia " " Coats.
White Silk Vesta,
"While Merseilles Vests,
Skeleton Cloth Vests.
Theso Gocds ra unisently worthy the a'tention
ot Mil niyer. we ret-pwttuiiy invite the attentioa
or the 'ii til e fo this very large and auperb
STOCK OF CLOTHING,
wh ther Uiey winh to buy or not. We nil! certainly
(axe groat pleasure ia inowiog oar gcoos.
I a r i . "i Tf
No. 11 sLuth Side Public Siaro, opoaitetheimurt
Blacking and Ink.
Butler's- Premium Blacking,
1 N Til Eoies, quali'y uniform and acceptable.
L V ro o. e eiet-plion, tte iaie of this brand i Ihe
l-oyet in the Went. lr ' riftieed, and diaconnta
libtra at Wholesale. Far-tury 3U Vu.e atrtet, Cio-
cmna'i. 1 u . BUTLriK, Agont.
Callers MLUil Blacking,
AS" FT OIL PATE, IN GLA1H POTS. Tha
i'XL ia lh most prfe-'t PoiiMh hlai:lting in
the country equal to tha rreooh Blacking Hav
ing do bthuua qimntity of Oil it excels all
oiher Polish Blai'kin aa a lenther pretervaUve.
.-aouj-y &j y i do iri, t irx iunxt .
'1 Hoi o. SUTLER, Agent.
Butler's wTFting Fluids,
A UR offered i a Wbolofale Ion at low prices.
'lhiaa Kiuida htvea riiihT reputation than
a-y (titer of Amenean manu'acttire, and in the
W e-t h vea larger al thsn any other trail i. Fc-
lory JJ lae atreet, l lnemnati
iAH. J. DUTLER, Agent,
Marking Ink and Mucilage,
aprl3-iT th 3m 21 p
iih ! ling's ! !
l ILL pay Jix centi 'forfclean Coitn Ilni, in
irxiiiiti ies of 1") ffis or rr.o'e. Hipheat price
paid for old liagjc-ug, Woolen Hag", Cotton vtaate,
0. CV N. E. CORNER PUBLIC StiUAP.E.
H. V. BAS3ETT,
AS NOW IN PERFECT 08LER A FINE
uUdiiij adjoining L.a
Xo. 3G Cedar Street,
Which Contain a la'jr Ilarber Shop,
TEN BATH ROOMS
all c whha are fittod np and furnlrhed ia the beat
1 be hlf sp n Rooms can be enjrid by fenti-
men not w -hiEi; to stop a a Hot-Land get Uieir
Meals at tiroea to au.t their convcnjeDce.
UOT, COLD A-B HOW til
33 Jk. ri: X3C B ,
at ali hoiin. The Pa-fcr are all Wt Yen, and
tna best that couU b prw urwi in ittm lorn and
ConrecSod lta lbi we-1 aooT corire ia aijen-
here mitB can b fiiniii.fd w.th a'l arliclei
ji- -hj-t lor a romp.i't. othi.
H . V. B. ha mpofie-l a large atoelr or Ice mot
tVrAa l,er'uin':a direct from Para, thr.oa
hi-nt in lo-K. rr:r7-t
t Vrr received l y M. A. Parrisa A Co., Co'lej;"
btre, bouih ol fcroaj.
1"M l-aa of Corn,
1 h, of 0t,
MOu fW of hran.
1'' bM of Hav.
ASSISTANT QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICK;
a;hTiliet lend.. Apr.l 2. lSw.
ALL persons c"trniwnt of tbesxistpnc of ttps
ced ie-nU oidiwr, in isolated JocaiiUe in or
Utr'H tjr J - ' " a v u u . , aai u I:irPtry MJ
nofy tl.i c!toe iinirimtff'y of the fart, m crr
Itiut eta v, rv a ri I ftii-rt f(tl tha MmATal nf 1 1- A
Y. i A U U'll I J
WUifH. as. vv n A LiLa!
api i 21 lm dw Bvt Maj acd A. 0.. M
AUCTION SALE OF
T" WII Leipwe for rale, at Public Auc'ion, on
X lL.-i'Ai, May 15th, iSOo, tbe lolloamj? bov-
t;nrceat it jiiuirgi .
At 10 o'clock, a.m.
Wilacn GenenU Hr pital. one mile on Eillaboro
13 Wrda. WxWiW (each)
1 Quarters, 6xxll
1 Lt-undrr, 611x16x12
1 Me. House, lsorKsSS
1 Kitchen, Axioxli
At 11:15 o'clock, a.m.
Oppcsite Penitfnt'axy on Church afreet:
1 Barracks, liSx.'i
3 Parracke, mix25(each)
1 K trl-.en, fntxis
1 Q;iar era. B. x2i
1 l'rvy, lux 16.
At 12 o'clock, m., nt Xorth Western Grain
2 Quarter. 12x24xlS, (oachl.
Terms Caj-h in (Government Funda.
A depor-11 ol 1J per eeoL on purchase required &t
time 01 aaie.
By order of A.K. Eddy, U. 3. A., Tepot Q. M.
A. W. WILLS,
mayS-di-v td Bvt Mi and A. M.
Auction Salo of
T wlj, exposa for ele at Public Auction on
X Monday, May Hth, the foiloiHne (.vern-
meut build n, witmte 00 lhe KRKL1N FIaK.
near FOKT .Netil EY, and kaewnaa the EffcllO-
PUIA.X HA KK tt-h :
i2 larra--k-ea'h) 1?Jx24xU
1 y lartera fcJSx tx'-J
1 horehocse v x-inill
1 tiiird-Hoiii i:'x;tixll
1 Siable 17:.x!xU
1 Pr:vy 18:iO
1 U:erCloeet 00x16x10
1 Vah-Hoce nxit xlO
1 8tor-Uot3-e 20x3xl
y l Knuioe-Hone 5 x
1 Mw-a Hoo x7fili
8 Quarters lunfiniaaea) 17t'i'ii'xI3.
1 P'eitm Ergiae and Boiler,
3 Wtr 'lank?.
S"!e to be made tn ihe premises, eommencinz at
10 oVkck, a m
Trmi"'-li in Pov rnmert Funds.
By order of A. R. EdJy. U. . A., Tapol QuarUr-
A. W. WTLI.S.
may dAvr td Bvt Maioi and A. vt- M.
OFFICE aS-ISTANT QCAKTERMATER,1
Nauvili.k, Taaa., May Sth, l"'i. J
XWILL oflcr fir ale cn M'NPAY, Slt innt, at
the nrth Wruern (ra n Hheda in thu city,
,V7,it Puunda Corn,
y3,7.iO O -ta.
Pale to er mmence at lOo'tloclr, a.m.
Terms Cai, iu (ioTvrninent Fund-.
P-y order tf A. K. Ed.iv. U. a. A.. Tepot Ouar-
E. B. KIRK,
mStl P.vt. Maj. aud A VI. JL
EXIEKSIVE SAX.H Or
OFFICE ASIS TAXT QUAKTRRM APTBR,
J'aiiville, Tesm., Mav 'Jth, 1 vo. J
BYor lercf Tart, A. R. Eddy, Chief Q. M. IVpt.
of T"rn , 1 l! expose firsa e at Public Auc
tion on Monday, My iSInt, IStWi, at Wnrt-hou. a No.
IT South Varkt Street. Nan In tile. Ten a..
6 'TS Irreeular r,r ritiz-ns Overcoats.
Ple to U'gin at lo o'c o-li, am.
Thexe Cna'tt a' new and in irod condition.
Tetms Caah in Government frn 1.
THOMAS J. COX,
mavlO td Bvt. Mai. and A. y. M.
I I HELHB h CO.,
No. 76 Norlh Market Street,
Nashville, - Tennessee,
KEEP constantly on hand a good assortment
Trottlns Wagons, SprInsWa;ons, Farm
Vajcns, Skeleton Wagons,
And will make to order all kind ef PLEASURE
CAKUlAdE.-i in their l.ne, on for terms and ol the
JJealera are respectfully invited to call and ex
amine our stock bt-fiire t"ri rmrK elaeh're.
"Repinnr cone wish oea nia and dispatch,
and all work warranted.
A. A. IIEXFER & CO.
RUPEBS illD OOl'EBS.
y r. nave on nani euppiT o' M..-Cormi"lt,a
If Miwer, and h'ell Rakmir KArer, to which
we ran ineai!nnoa vt rarmera J tiev wi I do weil
to eiamme iaea) jiacn r.ea beturw purctaamx.
Tha Kicholson, well-known Four-Hors over-
There M h .! are in pa r.l.i, 11 -
ch;ne now in ce. Macn'actiirei at(in!inUn. T.-on.
A:l citra rixtur;a are e-;ly obtained, if de.ued.
We have rn band a nw and verv fitM- Soda Fotin-
tan, Cf.rrpl-!e, wiih ax ke, tf syrup. whole
will re go.d very low.
WM tYOTf & CO..
p"2-1m No. S noutn .Maruet St.
a. a. Hm,
Formerly d t'ommeriial
cla v annraTa,
Formerly of Oewaoe
fd f5- OTs'-a' t-S
s m--a audi ava mm mm
East Side Public Square,
HARE & ROBERTS, Proprietor.
A VINO leaeel th;a wll known Hotel Cr a
trrm of yer, and havioa tnorouzhlv ren Ud
and ref.jT.i-h 1 it. we are now enai.led to in-nni.
moUie ttie trave ing pnhiic 13 aa ir'o4 atvla aa anr
oilier fKM.ee in the country it h. on ten aid
L'mt iw.r.vi le wu Kra'.iv in eed of a jrood hcU-1,
and havinir the nrxit emral and Urire-t fcooe in
the cny. km are de'ermiutd to maaa it aw nod to
aooe. Oorelmrzeew II at ad t mea ha aa l..w aa
eao po-ifi!y oa aiiorded.
aoiirlt u,n HARE A ROBERTS.
BOOTS. SHOES AND LEATHER.
No. 11 Doj Etroct, IT. Y.
Alexis Bragg 8c W esson
avivr.-u-.jui! or raa oLaTAai.iiizo riaa or
ALi:!3 UBIGS& W1UBES,
wifrusiLt dialem ra
Iloota. Hhora and I .cut Imp.
beg to iB'ita the auention of pun haeeva to their
aownd d -t -t k, aUp-.ed to ail a-uon of tha coun
try, aa l whi-n ihT ci-t at tha lowart market
Tir. t-rt;;!i; atttiiUon paid to or.iera.
ALFXH hKXVi, A.VtREW WESSON. Ja.
THZ h uhe-t market priea will b p, a io pxyia
orca-n, a t ie lnu hura tJ I P .I.,, ... a
Co., No. Al ortl Market atrewt. (Tom VVeiKoM
Un l) for hin-eniS, eather anl tntntu. AA
mu;n ae . IMi ii. fc. Jiaaoa iiau.1
M 17 rr,T7nrirjnr.?T
DAT AiD OP mn,
Ladies' nnd Gents'
No. 23 Charry Street,
PREPARE FOR SPRLVGI
GET YOU II
SHIRTS L1ADET0 OfiDEn
AND BUY YOUR
GKEEN & GRBElS's,
:! CuLLFf.K STHEKr.
1 1 mum
Corner Colic se anl I'nlou it.,
TBI 3 old e!aMhed On.'lery Iia- UI -ly f -rn r
moilellfd and fi:t-d in 111 mttni: ii .f'..
nd eery rouvemeai-e h' lie n snulie! fur tlie
nelitof the putilie it ti mny to tie won 'o In
ppreiiaiAii. u 1-1 hi' on un tl'K.r. wnh a riu e T-.'-
"t Room lor the Idit-H, mid tr'it'a that h 3 :!
o please ill I appn ciaied t y h a pii'ron. U
are 111 receipt of a tew lot 01 A I nn , t arfe .Ik
frit he rramt-a, new eiyle, snd, a- l.r-iiiti.r, a ;i
keep a lare lot o! 1,1.1 an.l Un -wu:d Inuin. an t-
aUu f)r lara I'li'turea, au Ii aa
N. BTartlrnlev alter, tif n e ven to Cpv.n.'vi
Enlarjr ng, r-a.nl d, Au. , in elery .tjly.
Ta!l and aee before j;oin) eii-eehfrw.
Hemember tli pace Corner tf Coil-e an!
L'nioo irela, over ihe Lru ftinre.
L. L. COLEMAN.
AMONGST the many comi.Iiiue&Ury
notices giypa ua bj t-ie preni of t-.i
city, we know of none which we d- ea
aa coming wilhBomuch LoartfeH
cerity, ag the following from tao '
velle Daxhj L'niin :
"At a period like the preent, whn '
city ia filled to overilow-iri with a trai.-.
jMijiulatioD, and d;a.;iine preva 1 to au 't
tout hitherto undreamt of, it i j.-'ir ti.
the means of cure ahould bo ot r-i-!y
c-, h'l that tliasa iriiniediHtei j int'-r' v. :
ahould havo iniurtnatioa which will '
them to avail tb-iiiiel ve of cmip-i' -'
Medical advice, il.-n who hnvn I.. in - , .
caUid ia the tet aclioola of tho prd '-..
of Medicine, and bc-u auc-ent'ul iu a
tic of many yeur, are aurcly wort '
contiJence: it ther have iriveu tiinir :.i-5-
tion exclusively t one branch of thi r-
i'saion, ana rna-i iriemnelvej masters"!
they have .till more right ti exp. . t '';'
r-rt, more t'articularlr if th
ed proof of their ability to cure. T ts '
latter clana bch La DK, U L. COLE.MA.
who, in hia j;cialty, ba been a b-t.eta.- '
to the aiilicted, aud may evi-r bo rciit i 1 1
aa a aafe aud aure jihyaiciau."
We respectfully inform our fri n 1
that we may still be foun 1 at our o:---.
relieving thoBe alllicted with
Xho, all Female auctions an'-Zn? frrn
functional tlerangocaenta of ta- V ' 1 ilB
nl irregular Henstruatioo.
All my repAratioc5 can be sect ly
Exr-rtBS to ftDy portion of th country.
L. L. C0LEM1X,
61 Xorth Cherry Sir-'-.
Poat Oilic Box 5o2. ashvilie, T---
E. REMINGTON & 505,
C. .X tarbnc,
l-o- tr.e t'nite.1 PUtea aerve. A!o P"--'
Belt kevtlver, Repeat n-f pi-io', h :!- anea. - '
voivmj Rfl-a, R rl aad en t Mia t-rel., aaf '
Muter i genorai y. cot.thvi.ua lai-r. au
'1 rte liir.jnx.-ui"thecountrv.
In the.e il.inof H f-reaA j an l F. :
every hi-. .tore, nu.it, m l rri -e uuU'd
ooei.f itKMLNnI'u 3 k.V.'i.V Kh.s f
Circu ara co, tairiib eut-t and 'fewns'ica
Afnui wi I he fii'n'.'ie.! nron ai.r;''-:in. -K.
KK.Ml.IO k Mi ina. T
Mouri A A ,v.si- -LS. C';S,
ap rill 2 2m o. tu Court-aoJ at .