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Knextin, Ttrrn., April 12,
C. ft. Hrriu.r, of New ltvB, Oonaectiottt li
cir reptlsrly pr''i sRt t rvedve brrlr
tii Kt rvi ppor tt Nate. . . r
Tb WimrM I fcv! rf at th News
Depot of R. IL fiingtoc t Oflto Building,
Nftshvuia, Tewtf ' j. - i ) f. .
Levi McGtkCUS U authorised to act as our
agent V"ng th whol rV4Jc Coast. Ilia dJnt
It ban I itnrnw, tAUuetil.
Lieut Cot. Hear W. Laiftoiuv
W were shown, t tow day sir. re, a tneguiScoftt
word, which had been prwatod tw thlr gallant of.
goer by th officer and ren of hi regiment, at a
token of their esteem and admiration for hi heroic
conduct during the war. It had engraved vpon U
th following word:
. Lu-ut Col Henry W. Lawtoa, 50Ui Indlaaa Vol
unteer 1 ufantry. freeented by th officer nd bwu
of hi IlpiniBl, M a tkea of confiJoB and rf
rpeci, Harca 4th, (
&kikli, CVrioUi. Stoat Kiver, CUkimmaugw, Al
tauU, yrankiia, yashtillo.
We an loll CoL Lawtoa etitervd the r
nj ac a private, acd bat rWn to al preteni ptwilioB
bj bi good oondocl asi aoMierij Voariag. That
beautiful word, ilh iu brief lif of grrat bUle,
in wkich be bore an konoraMe part, will b wvrth
mere ihui bou&dlm weaUb to K-dtcondftnU, wbea
the brief prect thall have beve the futar and
whet, the grand past, ia Wtich he was a soblo actor,
hall be viewed from the light' of glorious history.
rnaars bo week ciace the Inauguration of the
rboltton ha beoa 4 fcott with fncldeot particu
larly interesting te a majority of owr readers, as the
oejuitpt. - ' f
Although from time Ui time it hu been our priv
ilege to chronicle the suocestct p:ir arms in vs.
riou parts cf the land, still, Ibe cevs that in Mi
dsy last came bound iag eT vhe wire, that Kich
njocd bad flkn that IVfridonl Lincoln had occu
pied the maxui.u of the fugitive Tivsident of tbe
so-callod t-r.fdra,T tbt the anaconda ixuU of
Urat, ihc.-nMia, bberiJan an j Thotnm were cKmng
in from every direction upon Loe's army, and that
tbe new ef his eurren Jer was ronHdently expected,
caused the wildest etci lament an! e.ntUuiifem. aad
every one is jubilant at the apparently not far off
day -f tviicirg ppe."
Kmiag of csL-aoa and otW rWdenKnrtr.tion
and on Teday callod forth an swdjjr from the Iot f
Commsndant, (1. II. G. Gibwn. I
U cmpiiance with the order all the puWk oflk-es j
and buildings were brilliantly illuminated,, and for !
jreral hours Knoirii; did ft hide her lirbt und.
a OUDl. 1D frSLCfcliD UWMt, ftUO OHi Ot V"- '
private rcfidcos in the city, were all abla, ahd
presented a gvod!y right One thing struc k us per- j
t t ri t r l . r l . i
t.iUrlr a a sign ef tbe coaurg gt"d times, andi
that was the sharing of many ef our tsiixea, who
have always sympathized with the rebellion, in
these n anifeatatioTj of joy over tbe downfall of
Richmond. May thIr blaaing ndls peHre the
type of the relighting of the Iwof tra patriot
ism in lhir breastA.
The iKuminatHn was al.o asiii! -y ire-works
roc Vets, Aon whirb were very sucteffully dicplsyed
under the superintendenc of Calicr ratterson sjid
t'lLer-, and the nigl.t was 'r?iit by many In 'trip
ping tbe light fantastic," at tie Franklin, where
everything passed off agwably under the sujerin
teadecce of taiee hoet, IJaepef. v
The news was duly wtfconl by the colored pop
ulation by variou. festivities and a L&g. prTcetiion
headed bv a detachment and the band of tha sOtk.
1. 5. C. J , who made a fine appearance.
dlorjoii Seffs SnrrendeT of Ice'ti
Waa Dktibtmest, April 5 T. M.
The Department has just rei eivod the o&cial re
pert of the surrender, this day, of General Lee and
Lis army to Lieut Gen. Grant on. terms proposed by
Gen. Grant, which will be given su dily a pos
sible . . - ' -:-
HtiiNt kBTrfcs Abu ie or tut Uxited Statea, 1
. . April 9.
Tj E. 31. Sinnon :
Lee surreadrad the army of Northern Virnii
this afternooB, on terms prorvised by mysolf.' The
following correspondence will shew the ermdiUoss
f jlj. . V. t. GaaiT.
To LL Qt. V. K Orvi, CtruiT.Lnf Vntl
State Artnie : ' . '
I reeeived your a ite rn picket line ttli inoipitgi
hither 1 had come to toest you, and understand
definitely the terms embral in your proposition of
yfrtcrday with refere&ee to the mtrrenaef of tfcw
army. I now reqneft an interview, is accedence
with the order rosteined in your ni-te of yeterday
for that purpoet.
Ta Cer-I H E. 1 C-a4.. r.u A.
Bosp'y your oh t serv L )LZ. Ll,
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Wnot of this day U tbi moment "ved,j.
li . 1 1 l W1','w!R,tr,ra ; t! '
of al! o.-ers an 1 m.n to be .made in iupLcata, o
;'frLti'!;1 9n 4 .
the cthr-r retaified by one you may deaiiau. Offi
cers v gvt Oelr tsidlv tduat parol ant, to talta up
arm agnst tlw GoverBuuait of th Uaited. Make
uttB properly exchangl. nmmmtA to
. ... rk....jr nr ngwKpr.
erty to be utored or
r peke, al turrmd evet to ao j
s..., wiif not emwaeei
private horse and bag-
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This don!, Vjb ou? r v,,;l be allowed to ,
return to tVjir hoinee, wA. n m iitur!1 ,y thn
their ptiroH and the law is la force where they r
Mde, U. .1 GaT.
HiAiij AaTrat Abmy iogiuxav Tibii9ia
April Uth. ..
1 have feowd yHir ixtr of thu oaf. rttln-i
ir.ar the terms of surfder of tbe Arm of North-1
crn Virginia, as pr'!p."d by yoi. As they are tbe j
fame sulKtaniihlfy a in yo;?r litter of tlnj tSih lrut- J
they are avv-piM. 1 trill prn(.i to doslgnata tint
pr)r off cers t wtrry the riip JjtUm icto efciert J
f.pectfully, your, R E. Lat,
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General Dcnatar show, an ttr.-irl.aar, Bi.'Htnt 1
.ot" n tiK. jetrt 'f tbe-
bttHf wrkina j
have in ta-:
rvvt-d at aR, Xhei rin.tfttr.pM, Knd OlltH nortianr i
t um a m '
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to tte-wriu, ut th r af tnaj-fity li d. j
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iMrh.U pbiuk: -e-j
mdovfl, fc.r th suffer.
It Is 4iiteunl m?.'LI t-
wirtre esr ftil In their tv,rrfh
eirod fjuring thf U-M year -over 3,n0i da. - 1 '''K w . . ul erwl s!
m ,, i. . . . i . , w binfewdrHegothattemjktb Cap'dil
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. I ---"-, vi j tj jjareicpete fa frix iiyjrs, tna Jmw OfUf Coi?r.-u'5i al
of wefiarrge; drsfw, Hi, Jwilry and hrr'vai- f But the Angel of p.t a id t him, that t hril at
cables, rtorneoftbeirt niisdiWI jht,- '.. ! time ssWiH be rnom i- '-2. K-frJ
td cbt 3d t,Uitii-
rsnnrm te Wnoj of tk fU rf JUs btuwd 4nd ftUt.
bur, atvd b twmtt br! g if pof4 kris-l tk
Vpft)V fcH wji1wi t lmpr ltd pf U1 Vff'b
atfp iUi U1 long isaki Wft!4f tti
U rc ftf fpw?r wfekli traitsra, t!iHnr
fobWrt had pfftded-.v. ..
Tim Serial orgaaJaed U& hartift ej tnddbpakb,
rt, jiut rl TViutUott, fci! Jri2 ti FflaU m tvU
i 5 I $i
Utx4strtf ite&ntftt I aom-t llB tf4Rl
t.T bt n pi hst4 i eoffef tspaa Rie ol wlihmU
8Ju;j ",CifcilT-pi M my quii?kUM -ic the
prop end &:ict)t ptflsarre sf tte siemii ad
TC"i.Tibl ftf.''rf tlt ftrteili, i 1 tttt InhaH
fcave U.e ai l n.vl fcsrt etfrfratko cf Hm. 6a
ih- miM?fc!" iprtinftt3e of wtr .'peop-Kv i.Ve
geUeBMn, are amtl?d bri a fcl iftrtlsRtiii, but
aVyl Senator, all baTlnjJ br , e!Sd by the
earn tm'.Uv5rry, ar.l I tmt all taring fa ri
U ii pxt.ut cJoct, taai b t eay, m far
Baay b, to rwVre IbU ob prwtd prorp-eroua ad
happy rtat to u Prlnal pla aroocg Ui Joyal
guu of the CsivS..: Uritiimr, tt have a h?rco
len tMk. td iwrfowa, ad il rent ire gm oare
Lu4 ibocb tfcpht e drrbfl wmn aid tnaiu to r-
rUtis a ad af bat boas aasift etf- Testie-ai
fvr now aearljr fur year, ntteraOy upr('UPf tbt
f f ar vraUi, ad dsawraiisii;g po
f!v la Tiew of vfefch we sbouU BMt iat oraWy
mplorc the Almighty to rWe ua witdom from
abiT a tmte n at It! to isy a o!ld fSwadatioa,
by ear gtifcAi for U falsr p. feappins
and prcwperity of the Wral atu:eaa, 'We ebld do
BotLiRg la iuMte, bvt ewyiLtag aboold be dene
upon due and proper refiectkm i we boald tv ia
it, we act tbe part of enlib.tette4Utemea, our acta
are not cocEb"! te u aaoWrt, biill at lead te oar
futu j?nerKUoaa. Good erdefWeg ladei pecuiiUe to
occeca, I bope each iwmfctor wUl leal that he ha
part to perfvra i maintaieiag the .;- T
I tba&k yoo. jfiUaisen. ft thU fcianUUlaiioB of
jwit kind partiality Is cefectiag me to preside ever
. P. Ctss of DftTidtoB jrafelected f rlar'p!
Clrk-, and Mj. Flag ? UwVIiul vw elected Xa-
iw.keepr, 44 .JAeul' iM, vf DntlAwn, U
elected McaMaf '-aU wRhaut eppoaltk
Ia the Howe, the emberr . were uaJJW by
Gen. ULllimn. of Greene, who ad mlnU tared the
foibwiiig oath :
lo jm acd each of you aolemnly awear upon the
lloU KvanrLjt of AiatUrbtr God. that yoa will
faithfully tappdrt the CotuUtutioa of the tif of
Te&naM, and toe ixmtiauo oi im LBiiea
ut. lo tou further aolamnly nreer that ai a
metsbe of tbU Geueral AaiemWy, you will la all
appointments rote without favor, a Section, partiali
ty or prjuUioe ; and that yo will aot prepoaeor at
nt to any bill, Tote vr moldUost which ahaU ap
pr t ymi to be Injorioue to the people, e content
any act of tUcff wbauvar, tit abau tare a tea
' demy o !o!K4i or abridge their ripht or priTlleg
aa derred by the CctitathKi-r this bms. do
h-p jo iCJod. . '.. :
Tl.e r of the day wa d-BauBted U lialbtiag fa
a SpwiVer. J. II, Hood, of IU:nIHoji, asd Zi, Cop
r, of iUdf.rdt blag Um nadtdatea. They roooit
1 aad 92 rotte each, and U aome fy viXtS teat
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'Jlotin 'ura&1 eaa4 7'
"P"B h W' K,M "
Shib' f Ikn w" Tti:
V oi ue .? au abowh
Kni.r, Trincipal iXwr-keeper.; They lltetny giva
East Ten ne- all the ooe ; aad oae good-aatared
Wlow said to me that fc4 believod they Would give
us brh Senators, l wo claimed thBy.r ; replies!
fhat we should ooly ctah& ana." i .r i -- ; .
I must be alWed to omplimtl the Treasury
Agency at KajoxvilK a ft ha furnished the 8tate-J
w ith a Governor, a Speaker of the Senate, a Speaker
of the Hw-e, a Juge of the Circuit Cosy, aad a
member of tbe Xlouae for K&kfiaa Oeufity. 31 r.
Speaker llqukoH tweari thai he don't kaow but that
Acency may yet turn out PresldoBt! "I. tell lla
that it only show that the lata Awl t last PpecUl
A gent is a judge ef men, aad selocvJ gooa nateri
aU as his subordinate officers ! f -. , - ,
The inaagtvfttlon of Governor came off to-day,
in the 1U11 of the CaplUd; beore the most lirge
and I'riuiant amblage I aver aaw ia tha Capitol
4-onsisting of the civil and military populaticS.
Thare isrere throe Major Geoerals, five Brigadier
General each wi lb hi staft ia full uniform. . Tbe
day Is pleasant, aod the order was perfect, Every
thing went off satisfactorily. My voice vu.ibn
nateiy good, aad X wa distinctly heard by ' tha
entire aerubly. As to tha mf of tha address,
i the reader wUl find it ia the Whi, aad can judge
for LimAj'.f. uJjjo itililjan amlsistorod to u
the followif oath, ia lubstaace: J , f":. '
That Jxmi will ieuppdrt the (AAstituisoa vf Ten
neveo, and of. the UaHod btatrt, o the bast of your
abilitiea, 4e, , M. ? W. J .
1 then delivered tay ai-irOM, with Speaker Roij
ers and Chaplaia XlolUingr oo my right, and
Speaker Ueiskell and Gen. Tboma co my-left So
ends the chapter for this day. W. G. B.
. ivThe following are the proceedings of the
Uoue of Hepresentati ve aad Senate ia reference to
tbe death of 8ani3el V cCat&mon, joint Bepresenta
tive fraw Knox aad Sevier;
The breaker (Kr. HetjVell) than left the Chair
ftr the purpose of offering resolutions of respect for
KirBtive iCcCammon. ef Knox, whose death
A?' 1" V the
reaouiuona, Mr. usasaeu anaae a lew remark ap-
prnpriate to the rocason. '
A t ootioa ira ihea Blade that the resolutions fust
r'W be transmitted to tha BeaaK' . Agreed tot T
Mf . nei,kdl ihen thaCat TlrTf
ur. Hcinmtnt tieceeember. thf UtEZ
0 iteprriutires 0joum Hit f morrow at 10
y,- ; -. v 7; i. t A i a i
Hwara.-OB Wos of Mr. Baker, the SeiaU
clotded to Uke tn the Iloua rasokiioBi n lha
of Hamuei ilklumon, ioiol BeirtMntaUvi
fnm KlwJ fini. 4
W, That w deeply regret lfetVef Hon.
tauiui jscoobiwob, joint iiepretenuttiv rrom ,n
rjtUf!ti- kao. aj)JKvUr: that in bU sku
boJy has lost aa hoBwt and Bsoful member, tha.
bui a g.i c:'4zcn, tip Goveramtct a firm andar-
4ert S'.siiportW. .
RrmJtttJ. That avmnatbiM with his btrav1
wi4 su4 children and a token of ftapwt for hi
tuoniory that we wear the usual badge of irourning
badge of irourning
;r thirty day
r thirty dayj.
m & py t those ra6Uiioa be for-
warded to bi wHtw, and the tenia be spread upon
tlrt Journal of this House. '
Mr. lfutlr remarked that diath had Wtaa tvi
.',auoa since the preaent ravoutkB, tliat when a
os.n dieL however worthy.- H wwde but liUle im-
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1 nMi.jt . ... ! r.t Miifui . ict.t tl.l- baj am.4
t ! ...Wl a4iai.t.iuk ell AtF Ik aMri4a.l
B( rnft,T. fof WK1h an htr as ve kJw
rot u Son of iaa ('4netti.'' - Our friend de4 not
5,1 Utile, twt -t wrJy nositton dox-ii whie u4
. T' , jY', J nJiwgof U.mu
vw fir nn n.jK'-nai iftrr
.oent, Ui m two sons fU tha TJi arnsyi
Je his natisrMsly death tha. 8Uto h tost sv faHbfJ
servant, i familvaa e?cl!nt ftther, and fytrty
as npriU and bfamels rittMO - -
, Mr. fcifthh movl tl a4 ntiaa iof titaraafaktioKs
j af that they h crtere.) t to HircsJs. A4ot44
. the f ;H
1 ba s
t-WUlut.i.m. is a t .tts .i'Utsairtw
e;ut, if the eUx'tioa of tiTil OorWv...T
IM'fiUhJ hntiofj V R"J5w ennfi
vpont:?, ft rath rl ty tW.Ooiu. urtwrt
hlita admSftUfiSidtaw.. ftd t at
era tbe hlh nd rrTiibU dutw pta!n!eg w
the fflk - WlUtot nAfitlo, t ey a, B9&r
mlS9 i44 er-nU,l.thM.myw1f .tlt vr'-''1,'
thj. t poB?!Unt!J tb tdliSyi : "
tU ftat'aful and pLiLle exmrtina i4 Kot
te w aueitil-'ylsn 1 6 t!".C6Kda
tfiOilow X brlr t- n a:rcfit these iU M
the wat f j-.. a l.;i-Una, wML, n wa
dA la'itat itiBe fur sy wastof ability.' 1 y
ee 4 )ul t ti!t wcht of t will property nTcUU
the f. rie!-lUtiea Oftdacwbittt we at pUu-sd, ty
Ux) fact 1'm we are here to hgi'.teaoaJ la.rooU
Use rbrslc!, tho oc!t, Ur lnnAaffl, ana fte
. elSrt frf tbe Wit. J)f cat thing,
isc n, 1 1 forrf ou, aad tbmuph th"i wnom
ym Virt-e the him V fTWPf(t,l friii"' a
JUtiV-Jt ATtprnitU'fl ts ilwhargo Ui duties fct
rerj tpf my iiiUod aliiUliBllhan equal1? def
Bsiafrl pttrtw? tf fsllfcfutaosa, lntgrUy, ;r;;srtiJ
Jty, and derot t-i tl f Ut and the geoennSt peo
ple who haT plACfol toe ht re, to th f le of ay pe
rfod of aerfk '. ' - - . :"4 "J -yl
I am fm to admit, that I bees prwvH W
thti 'hli-h iaiUoa by th ple r Bf TRft
rsl to old rartt lines, abdlsajwt.
It esp icd by to eta k admlaJaU the txeoeilte da
ttee w& a tiew te e partiaaa or S3h jmips t
and tim KUWfsJ
dec wJJcii iartriil
I ena J Bit tMt With bti. rr.
l -J -t -7 .. " . 5 -'T. J
rfat and la know Bo Baa because he ha he& a
whffc or a damocTttt, bwt to know Hi thy asay
hoBor the Kederal UawB. ' , '
- The tueiiai te one ef tenjf tUfidie ind of world
u mtftovB, that the ta k tukiUftf ttaa the
mnLV This U tort of hJf truth that ta the
re! !t of rotm!r poach haa ebtaiaed tea ctaap of
aulsot'Uy, aaa aeaceittna dh pajwm vurrrot wb
ru.t k verv tw tni!!iAUcn m to iU eorrect&oaa,'
tnr ciecsral Thomas, a true aoldkr. aad a coodett
goBVlemaa, tnlght this tnaslmi txit tar rebel
HciatS alleges that hU upertinc haa Wnsbt him
that the aword ha cuade tha pes powerful aad
Ab4 twgh ftea wed aatheii; i'jfSwest w wroag
and tr.iuUc rtr!A. rhila&throrifiU, aad erea
chrlMiafit, wiU Bui fail to retaember the iaraluabie
ittkn of the award is the eaaM of tnUA n4 gib
ertyj they will mnembor that tt wrac th great
C-arkf of ng'Ub WgbU from the fcandaof aaob-
si.t tUng; they nil remet&her that, la uegrarp
of aa laexcrb!9 pple, tb iword prpu.d their
rt'hU at th4 llKk, whore Charles theTlrst kL hi
had CHina; dowa to our own day aad tioie,' the
kbarB locks or toe swom bat solved wtta iu trench'
ett blow tha Gordtaa KaoV of Scxathent ikdeneo
dnot The pen did iU work U the getting up of
this retwiiioa, tv ."toctrurusg um beutuera tama
and firing the Southern bsarti" but Graai; ghr
maa, bawrUan, laoeaa. rarraevt and otcera av
the see ef the sword hat brocxht th So0-'i(ira Mo
p! V) onsidor i!rrioa!y whether er aot "the tri
anphs of peace are great1 than tha.triutpphi of
war. - ' ' ; .
Gi'ntietnea, your AtecndeJ CuntItution Wipes ot
the iatit-itia of slavery, and denies to the LegUU
tarn, ia alt time to conj the right to nwgnii prop
erty is man, : IathU swrnpisg act of Emancipation,
you tats; la due tioiti, abated a aeiaaaoe, Which, for
years' pa ha obetrurted all the ayeauea to egri-
eultoml. BtwhaaicflL manufacturins. aad eom&er
fiial feUteJoj-mf nl. : la Chit einergQMy the dory of
prcmp mxQn oocouh tmperauvOf ana evea t&e aa
riux 4 srradual emaciioaiwn wJJch ffieaasthe
gradual puuisg dawa f Uftreb2lIoafud then
selvoa rowerWM ia the cuutne ef a higher drit aad
State licAsttyt which demand the proacpt abate
bwuoi ueevu. .oe wiciw aatnor ettau re
Miiion wtrw told mat m the Uotoa. tnAxmdft the
GobstituUoB. thoir slave prorty waa seieyaad that
it ceuld Bit be safe an t where else, Kot one veer
lapaad after the war commenced btforv tha iastiut
ka f slavery, ia all the border StaUe, Wama ut
terly dcinaralied. The owset Voat all control over
his slave and the slave haviag ef 9teft4 (V,
aod from -irr ikt iftitUin,ui either bm M
trdi at rilV6rfa(erourf lof '
Tse t)Vjry or the pat taowt to every eacaia
Bitnd that slavery has ecm&rred Bd behest vpoft
Tefiaee.' It has ba a stumbling block ia the
way of her advancement llcr people have felt the
effect of iu degrading infiuanoo, and her growth and
prcperity bave bn rrtarded by tbeexciaskm from
her borders of both capital aad educated labor.
One of the signs ot the times i. that the natural
foalufos Of the jStwthera Btes are bow, fvtrywjtert
Itpatlated upon, in order that Bt4rpris(r.gemtgra&U
oiay be led to com among us. and )dd to our capi
ta! and entcrprUc Tenae&aa holds outiBduretDeoti
to woaUhj and industrious emigrants that Be- other
border State otfor. The so'I, from Johnson to
Shelby, possatuw extraordinary fertility; it abound
la clow" and delightful gushing ctreaat ; It mifieral
wealth of coal, iron, lead, alao, copper, aad ether
valuable p&xlocts, is iBexhauaribl. It climate ia
mild aad salubrious, avoidiag the extreme of both
North end, South, and affording remunerativa tnar
ket for ererythbg growa opoa out prolix soil.
Ind U hop aud by tw n?9as diCsult W vlearw
Ko State U to admirably adapted for the growth ef
roreals, frutU, grapes, cattle, sbetip, hogs, horses aad
mules. The wi&tsri are sKort, ana poneraJJy so aiild
that stock osay tua out without particular care. The
summer are free from the intotua heart of tha Gulf
State, aod the entire State abound with valuable
mineral iprir.. sny (f whioh are haadwtady 51
proved, &l ldit9 the rehollioa wr plti of pop
The tigBS of the time Indicate very clearly that
the war about drawing to a clsee that the rebels
are exhausted) that tbir Coraiuisaariat ha Bo.tood,
and their Treasury no money; that their army ia
melting away by dascrtkA and doath oa tha (si
Ue-fiala, aad that there are no taateriaU with
which to til up their depleted racks. 1b short, tfc era
i tverything to encourage lh fricad of t3 Usioa,
a they etttar upon theruia&erca&apaJga) but there
b also everything to admonish us that We most gird '
ourtelvecfor our mt effort.' The hardest, work,
nay, the bloodiest work of the war, is ia all Broba
bi lit ahead of us, la ridding our country of guer
riilas, robbers, and professional thieve, paaaing for
Confederate aoklira. , . - i '. .
But, gentlemen, .this greet eoafiict "'ta had it
uaaful leMona. We understand ftow the full tnean
bg of that abominable doctrine ef tster Sorer
tatr,"' the &utV.ra lnUrprvUtloa of which has
involved us in all our troublu. For thirty years
past tha i&kitiJtou fibraae of ".te tavereignty,K
ha worked tU way into public documents, political
speeches and plaXioimalBto eTary treaaoaaUe dairy
aad weekly Journal of the cwmtry, and tEn.I5y
tk Mtnisxaa bngege f tb h9nt fHpi4 Ulilil U i
waj undorrtood to mean that there waa bo other
sovereignty'' ia Amesta. but Stat Stterrhsty--that
the rreatest amount cf this was lodfedna the !
JCottoa Bute, aad that whatever tby reaolved to
ooj was rsarvauousiy proper wpenorm. rma 19
the pulpits ff the South, the chne were mag up J
ca the ml'hvlous doctrine of Hatovefeigty,M ;
backed np by the unbounded taeuenc of the worst
elas of men tnat have mad tracks upon Southern !
soil &crjw)i tfticKtn. And thus tc treasonable
doctrine of 'State Soreroi jnly'' has gradualfy been
undrmlning the Vnkjn for mora than tbjrty yen.
and In my hutub'e wf I bat opnoe4 H tfcailoag.
Wbea appliod simply to tha authority of a ute 1
ovv her ow domestic afl'itirs. and her iocaJ Institu- i
tions, the doctrine is ouiii, tluiugb even then tha i
wwT'i sor-'tYffCy.sijjiiifla fv much, liow ridica-
lot tha W&t is, of a sovreigr momUr cf th ifed M
eral .Vaioa alaitog without aoliwrhy to daclar
war, oroBoltkdatrerty rf pere 1& esstrsct al-i
lianm, to levy dutle and ImrurU. or ev2 to t;ia i
raoacy t,Tfci k aovcrclcnty with a veBganew, ao4
a degroa of sovereignly that 1 Hot likely to hold the
nations of the ecrtb in awe, while their several km '
trls aorerp'gns oonfederate to overthrow a truly !
aovereiga pwr, and schieve tertr bos.trt.l Iriwi. '
I hold that. Hn.ler the Gonstltutloa ef the tf nko.1
' Bute, there can be but one eovereignauthrUy aad
i vaa. au riaie aovert-ifrzuuos ara attnorcicata.
lenra, I am not one r4 tLoMi tuen m ho are alarmed
; the pewort fuml by th wrj .(i ivran&erit
i this ym.'rL'ardlir thwn-aia'flr!!??. ff-au i
UST . ' B - " -I
u omUlUy by a sot of 11 nin ia rU)ltJt, calls
i r voe erpisi ci lua wnOie war Power tit tna
bf.Uonal 0frrnm.!l " STZ fTom CEi cSS
I with tha National Administration for the wr-,
of thw anel starriis jrewer?, f iiarft.6 H ln;u. j
U grumble that we kay ar.l h;l tfcjra of S
wwt ! The ral p-.plft itve (H r.m is ry f-.ctSo."
txtnft1aJB si ta..lbe!.-U V
Ik9 i -.r
cr Bny i trie irouoif ki iw
'.Uif ia , i' t'.Ht tier
.i.;a of ; lttt a Rtoi J-lv
f thOongi ..-.-a of te t'a!tJ
at I ; ;fns
n and ai 't!:; ad t4 tha t" - teal
tr ikat iarftrod the adzairu; trstiott of Freali.nt
. . . . . . - c
ahiffff oBtba ni'Wt rura and ratr5oUo party
that rve t 5(I in Amm I h.pe I rrtsy be al
latre. t r-pftl. witat myMf ta the
hrvs)'r-' t.at 1 r-ve t.: iay life iof en a
yadr-tl 'tf'hlg. ef tM "tV.iUriWiB an4 Ifamlltoa
acbool, 1 afia tii9 advocate of a tnelr(.i Fed
mI (infftt.nt : or. if more acceptable t0 the f-
tldlou. Of a rw etntrul Qwmmtnt, able to swain-
1 ... i. ' a. B a tv
tk' IIS O'snHV, W assert IL aoT5V7 ar.u rriaa
out av vaUlAon that Uir to Iftktiiratea. Much
t r"Vortsrr!,nt 1 what we want, P(l trfest we tnw
b tt, sta4 Willi f'p'a pvwtr to siui-si.t tuti! bav
IB . I . I .1 Ll. . J .
hi Ooa rf-4rd for tbeet-nrtMir.Kisaj riast oi me
CtRWk which ara eiearty onn buwoosit
ffuarded. 1 hava fiver vtm a ol bat at all
Ume i utiott Jr.kn, iupportini( rua fcr lb lresi
slwey anal Vk Fraldancy without any rnri to
-hc tile of Mason arsl IMtofl'l ISee thoy were
Wra or far idod at tha tim of ihmr feomjnatw.
t.I am for doins what everr Amerkit ritlaea
jhcmld fcftl pr?pro4 to drtwll!'.ng ta live aad die
for Anwrica, a sha U and ha beeoj but America
without the Federal UnUn, and blight, rcla and do
rat roffia uftPrt a, and we 111 a loti farewell M
tha last remnanl tarth't beauty, aad tha light of
rtvu ana raugiou weeny.
1'' Who amosf u. eeBtlemea. or our generation.
can art'muta tbe value of tha Ataerkan Unioa ?
Froud, happy, thriea happy ARvarkat Tha home
of tha eppni the MjiuLt of tha emfgranL where
tha ciUztut or every came, ana to cua ot every
creed, ream free end ontremmelWt a the wild
wind of heaven. Baptised at the fount of Liberty
ia 8re and blood during our Revolutionary itruggla,
cold mmt be the bfhrt that thrill Bot at the aame
of tfea Amerlcaa Unloa.
. , Wha tha aid wort-i, with "all itl pompnd pride,
aad clrcuiBstafice," aad the maHoa of it monarchies
toward our government, shall he eovrred with eh
tlvioer.when thrones shall have crumbled and dy
Bstis aU have boea tbrgoun taay this glorious
Union, deate the mad a:hem of rlouthora ftre
eaten and NcRihera copperhitada, ttand amid regal
ruin and naUoual dasolatton, towering eubllme, hke
tha last mountain ia the linw tnajestir, immut
able and Bugolflceot. '
. Ia Burauaooa of this, tot every loyal maa who
loves hi country and her InstitotloBa, (hafc off the
trmo!l of Southern traai on, and twear upa the
altat of hi cvUBtrV, in tha bkfiguagr of that inAl
Ible patriot of tha Iirmtag "TBI Fssxaat
USIO IT KtST tHAtl. Fl rBBaraVKO,
Tbea we shall toe every heart a shield, aad a draws
word ia ever hand, to preserve tha ark of our po
litical safety. Then we shall tea reared a fabric
spoa our National CuiuUtutlua which time cannot
crumble, persecution thaJui, fit&aticUm ttistarb, aor
rrroluUotik ehaoge, but which thill ttaaJ among us
Ilka our lofty and stupendous Lookout Mountain,
while tha earth reck at it feet, and the th finder
jU above Its bead.
. lu oOBcluaioB, gentlemen, allow ail to aev that
thia ssbmIob of the LevUlature will be 00 of Vital
Importasca. Orava euestioM will be rglUtei, dU
euaeed aoa patsea npoo. JtHtt x suave tor iuur
and ofidal ooraniuakatlon tha mention bf measure
roper for your oostSderatioB. Acd may tha blots
ngs of our Heavenly Father attend your delibera
Uoa wauMeere,Bamay tae pruioajic o tse vx
seen Iland preserve your kfl.mlfi ia your absence;
nay your legislation prove Military, and may your
sobriety, morality, industry knd patriothua wia for
yfa the merited commendation of "well done,
good ana laiurui $ ervant.
.-.i . I.- I i
Ibe lst&agQrsttca of G'OTeraor
The Nahvin Vsss ttu dotcriL the oersmocles
On tha occasion of the Inauguration of Governor:
" At tha moment when the Governor ottered with
those who had bees nvjciaUy Buured with aa in
vftation, the Btember of the House tv, and re
aialsed standing until after the oath had bs ad
BiinUtered, whea they resumed their teat to listen
to tha tvldrete. .
- From tha moroent when the Governor advanced
to tha rostrum and began hi add until iu close,
tha moat broaxhleet silence aad attention, prevailed
ia all parti of tha house, except whoa those tremen
doo burst of appkuae and marks of approbation
far tha moment interrupted the doll very. It wae a
tight which, once beheld, can never be effaced from
the frOry. A old Ua, pa?il la HaaUa, tmt
Vigorous m U,yt. ua aitad wita stent .
natkB. mir rounded by as aadienc ef which the
tktu I prouddeiivering to those over whom he ha
bees tt'i4 to preside, hi intention for future ao
y&; General Thome, General Rouscesuv Geaeral
Milroy, and looae of inferior raak but equal worth,
listening with interest which such a tama a he
jwtlt upoo only can secure. How grand the spec
UcHgra&d equally to the spectator and tha maa who
waa tha hero of tha hour.
r At the eonciueioa of hi remark, Geav Thotna
advanced, grasped the hand of the Governor, and
evidently felt that the remrakl ht uttered came
from- the heart of the maa before hiin. It waa a
strange mooting. Two of the most widely kaowa
and Botl mea bow ia tie State of Teane were
engaged 4a tha tfxpreuloa, of mutual ixngrtuia
Uoaa, : '--. -'.: ; . -
- Tha GeBras faca gWwed with tho palriotUm
with which hU heart is cotoUntly thrilled, aad his
band trembled with tha Strang th of th emotion he
w a endea voting U tuppres.
r evar during tha past fottr year bu the Capitol
flta8e4 to'tnagniacest a dwpUy cf the boautyl
gallantry, pride and Intellect of our country.
When the different Major and Brigadkrueaeral
had ealtitod tha Governor, and the maay tHher e fl
eers pmc&t had offorod their compliment, a races
of flva tninuto wa taken, ia order that the tnam
btrt of th iknata and Ilouae might pay th aewly
iaaagurtted Governor their rapevtt, - .
Tha president of the agaia called tha
llcuto to order, an) announced that member of th
Senate would atnia 'retire to their Chamber. - The
spectator thes dlsTscrsed, and order betnz restored
once more, via wgiiiaiure renowea it aaoaratwa.
.. i t . aa. aa.r .
' The jrh.vlBe fawft tuake these remarks; ... T
' A Very Urge number of cltlzns aed itraarari
were rretect yeaterday at the KepreeenuUve lla'L
to witnee the taauguratloa of Hon. W. G. Brows
low a Governor of the &tat of Tennessee, Tha oe
csuioA wa ana of peculiar ittterest, It ha aa pre
cedent 1b our history and oy sever be repeated.
AU prefEt saemea to reoi n itspreativenet; and.
behtvt4 with the. uttnost propric and deoorua-
Tha incident of tbe iaauguraticA will ps tsto the
recorda of thsa nomeotoui tiT.ns, aud l i tler year,
when pesca ball likre ;u-?it to ocr- ll-asdiag
couBtry -iil be reeurred to woh pride and aatuXa
tlcTJ, ty those of u who Hill remain, and tha new
:3Tieratlo3 thsj com alter us. To Tennecroean
tha tsauguratioa of Gov. Brownlow b of a great
moment as, to th people of the UnitoJ Bute, was
Ueinso jarsteon of th iint r-lint mit tne
coosuiuitoa wbUia tne uovef&ment U bow defun-
diaf against th asaalu of domestk conspiracy
Go.' Brownkv. arroarad to h sentibla of the
iosporUfcCe of ih oocasioo,- aad his Inaugural re
BMtrk assumed a hue and Ton remarkably ia ai
ton with K, W puWhh elsewhere hi very appro-
prUla aad tvuchtxig ad ire, and ierile tha atten
tion ef our reader to iC , 1 v
Gav.' Browalow' life ha beea spent in the edvo.
cacy of great priacipios, which we trust w may
liye to becoifta tha rale of actios ta the adminit
tration of our goverfimoBt. Thbs aooompltsbed. he
raa gi tothe grave tmvred that tit country, should
it ever kgsia be threat4net by treason, will have
power to crush tbe bud r It expand into tha leaf.
i Tha Sash villa X7 lht allude to the Xaaogu
rat teremorilei ('';; ?), " ' '.' . . ; . ., ;
Tha ihttalttiiba of the first Goveraor V the Acta
Jltvtm wnt off admirably ia all respect yetMrdar.
The two houses had sreod to meet la the Hail of !
&rcaejiUayes at 11 o'clock, aad wait ta receire
the Governor elect, who wa to deliver hi inaei
ral at U oVbvk, Ti. But lon$ before ten the lobby
and g&llaric sr crow dJ with eareer spoctatort, '
and by eleven nt an liK-hrf ktaBiing r tiring I
mora w t be bad f r hive er lu.tcev, , T : , i
:TB: i.imltta tf lfoustt tfpoltited to i
th fa f.-rraanca of thf-ir duty, and Lis arrival. . Ia 1
a few mlast5t aft-arward, Governor Brownlow ar i
ar4 wanr oiHri whtia Bame we are uaabla. ti
gl& liare nrah b to strikingly brilliant a
popular awmbly. Tb mivi f .rra atd lloa-lika
BNid of that twoomplfiad told , r and rnUeiaa,
Gdiverat Thomaa, rivl the gax 4 aU at d-
fait -ef ;.Nthrn ''.. t4 Ut r.t.x lUy
wtki Ciii4 B a.lomf4 wil.lt In puflrai, f
tU pTfA v:l,hf tpcA f-srt ef loue4ta,-f
livV ana sth him Ja yt Gnars.lt ThotiA Mil
rT ftSl rwHLeAtt tld BfUdk tiBrl ToWW,
K"or vd D-vsulajon, wlrk tiit rer-etiva stifX
r .-. -
i he p '..
tower i aloft 11' i mnt.wara raaaL -
tti;.U .u,M kf' irtflt'r f'verwurked 0t
is, tt sr-r .."t - Q'tartftrtnattt.
tat ty ts flout Rir ef lo i-ert, ani (turn Mi
atetyia froat tat Gaa. Jii'Jer, Comnil'Pir of the
TmL and ttriig tfpoa fei erjtAntnee aa honorable
insrk of faithful aervtne since the gtoomy dayt of
?flj, when de ftymiand.l Nashvill. Arouni
t'ai? eentftl ngxirea were ttherol a brSJliant group
' i au oiscera. iuo member or the Iegistatnre
fwmod a eollectlua of ttriking rroor, which we
would Botloo hl not our rew-irter met with- the
misfortune of losing all hU note.
Judif" lillllgtR, of the Supreme Omri, pproeeb
ed the Governor elect and kdminlaWed to hint lb
repaired r-ata, and tha d,'ivry of th lnugtjral
besto. The knenti;n of tbe name of Thomas start
a tbender of stp'au wlkh leap front the fiW
to tbe lofty gailery. The arnt Brownlow, wh.i,
contrary in tha popular Wa, wear en of tbe moi
erKxi fane we aver taw, ha mnetired bis a.rfi.
ceeeo, and now eonvpel them to lisVen. fijm glis
ten and tpsrtle, mnber lea forward on their
albowa, fearful' to lw a word of the o-j and
clearly sprdten addr, A rain and again, and
aaln tha applause ia dooMod, rMmkd, and fe-re-doublod.
There k bo doubt about it, that the Inau
gural it a brilliant it U composed of the
right wordi, tpokea to tha rljbt crowd, ia tha right
place, 08 tha right oecsktt That ia an oratorical
triumph, kt it not f If you think it k not try to oVi
one-taelh pert a well, aad see whHher ynt 6o n4
make a mortifying failure titer a hundred trials.
Ctncr&I Sftcrnsa's to Vt neral
Cr2nvu2t lie g3!J, and How lie
General Sherman left GoUsboro, North Carolina,
on Saturday, tbe 13th, accompanied by one staff of
ficer aad two order He. IT arrived at Fortrns Mon
ro at half 4t i C'clfxk on Uo&dij taomieg last
Tha New York lhrld correspondent tap t
BooognUing a naval officer la tha company, Gen.
Sherman advanced to thai hands, hie couoUBaceo
beaming with delight, exvUtming, That wa&t fsir,
old fuliow that wa my game Wilialngtoa wa
my moat However, I'm gltd you took it glad on
Terry' aawuat, glad tm your account, glad vtt ac
count of all concerned, aad, for many re al
most aameuUcnabte, glad oa the country's account."
"But I whipped 'em too,- " if y boy chased ;
every whre.'r " No trouble at all." The Utttr sen
teeoea, Bttre4 In hi qukk, nervous manner, aound
ed so paculiartly ShoraanJab, that al) war smilirg
at hi eagentta. -
General Grapt ejuWtly remarked : tt Ah. b-it you
aee, Shematl," weva heard the other aide of tbe
ttcryj" ailuiisg to tha accounts of hi manv d&t
la BoatheTB paper. ; .
In the mkBtime, Admiral Tortcr. who had drop
ped dewa fmrn Varina, ta irctatoa of hi arri
val, honored tbe'distingtiiahed chief with a taiuto
M&lusg ci rani aaa eommaaj, rrom taa ca g-ahtp
Ms! vera. ' ' i -.
Iuriog the eve&lng, Gn, Sherman bad an Inter
view wlii th FreaideBt, aad spoke to him and to
all la the most encemragiBg laagaage poasibU, cub-
cernmg to ooaaiuoa of at own troop, aaa boedt
tloo eftho Ooflfederacy.
A corrwpondfat of tha Hfrtld, writing at Fort
re Monroe, ow tha 29th, ttyt :
Ms). GetuW. T, , Sherman returoed. last ereaiag
at a late hour from tho front, having spent aearly
two day with Lieut. Gen. Grant at City Point
Bear Admiral David U. d'otter placvd tha gun bout
Bat, GatHaia Baraea. atlkia disposal. A uijrpatch
havlsg iocs received bare that General tshenaaa
wa coaling, tbe ladie of th fort, headed by. Mrs.
Mij. Gen. Ori, repaired to tbe offica of Mai. Jamas,
Chief Quartrnnuterr oa the Baltimore wharf, to
greet lim a kit arritaL ' Tha put band wa aaso
ordered out to welcome the all chieftaia to thi
plaeo. To all appearance. Geo. Sherman estielra-
ted such aa affair as awaited him, and being a mod
est and retiring man, he, by oae of hi brilliant stra
tegic plant, completely out-flanked th party wiah
Ing to do him honor. . lie waa leaded in a small
boat from tha r.vixb, and, acoompaaiod by a single
sua oaetr. ana anknowa, he tusul hie way to tbe
fort and whea omfortabiy ensconced ia Mr. Ord
parlor, he dispatched an orderly for the lady, aad ia-
fvrmed ever ol hut amrat ' Its dueppoiatmest tell
ty tka UUe Im baviag their IHUo surprise rany da-
iwu. waa cuBiuervMt wi it aa no oeip lor
it, and they wore eompeitaJ to retire to their home
without accomplishing the object of their "recoo
nwtisaace." AiW a sliort stay at the residence vf
Mrs. Ord, General Sherman left oa the Bat fit? Wil
mington. ; .
Hi arrival at Ntwbern, . hi way up, it thus
deacribo4 ay a lfr!J wrrfcipoadenl;
He it looiicg la loadid coRditien, and, a a t
sow aitting at tha hotel table, aa eager crowd rath
er about the dojr to ret a g'i Bte at iim. lie is
orrounded by Gena. Hogh Kwtuj;, Inni N. Pal
mer, aad olivjf ofiictrst aad it talking all tho while
to om of thetn, Wbtg apparently in tho beet of ha
mor, akhoujh ttervou and restiot all tha will. A
band ef onaw serenaded him, but, an&srtunatcly, tt
was impossible tcrdraw a speech out of him. Ue
took a cigar after tea, a&d went directly to th far,
requesting Cut. Wright, the manager of the road, to
make op Tor lost time.
Ha did, however, tuake a few remark to a crowd
of toldtert, who twarmed around him oa his arrival
her. At fi itarted dowa the street the soldier
rushed around him a thourh they were goine to
tear him to piooea, all tho wble exclaiming, " II era
ha It," "Thera he go," and railing on him for- a
tpeech, ' II aald a low words, to tho effect that he
wa proud of them all, and then got out of th way.
There it so ostentation about Mm whssver,' either
is dreet, manaer or disposition- At th same time
he impresses oe with the idea that his mind i all
aliva with thought aad activity. . Coming dowa. on
the car hawMcoBunuBk-ativ and pleasant to every
Oa the way dowa w met a train going np with a
load of eommUtary store. ."Ah t that what I like
to we," said he; "that good for t! boy' Hcaact;''
aad afterward he remarked, oa seeing a mail on
tha traia, that nhit wa good for th boyt' mini a
wall at ttomachs.
r If a private soldi eamo up clvlUr aalcffrod t
ahake hand with him, ho bjvct denied him tha
privilege. Ha tald be wa -goir g sp to tuo Grant for
ate musute. and have it all chalked out for him, and
thea he would ecna baek aad pitch, in jia, lis
only wasted to tee htm five miaatea, ho said, "and
wouUa't ba gone but two or three dart. , Every
thins ha aaid aad did Indicated hit reUe energy.
To bit (Juartaraaeter ha raereiy pvI two or three
words, ueh aa, "Hhova the store thfouih.' Th
tamo brevity ad Bsrrousnot characterisod all his
mtaagae ad ossnmunkatioa w hit tm7 body.
Ve would acla twnlail the friend ofeJacalloa,
that tha sprieg and tuoimor torm of thi well knows
Institution eommenced. March 21st- ' - -
Prof epaaee ha Just returned from CSacvonatl
bringing with Hut text book and apparatus. ' ,
V?9 also take plaaiure m anncuncing Uat the tor
vice of Prof. T. E. Hacker formerly of J or osboro'
FamaW College) hava bona procured, who, by lh
wy, at a teacher of mtwic, wa cas ssy, without tu
of roatrwdk-tion, ha to superior ia th Biat. Hi
Batural talent for wviic, hi through edacation, to
gethsT with Witult axperleaeo, and aa estm amount
of iilenca, eatlnently fit Uta to train, lie youth, la
thi most beautiful, jet mct dificult ctuee,
tST a eandidatft fr th real Ccn
grea. Th BihmoB4 Wte? tat ttt is the
Con to ha made cboka mutt f i on ms at la.
domiubla reeolutloa, and tba if n content and
BBguiBa plrit;' and tht aB'V-ii? ka hl tv,
tprieDC Wars lag, prify -ta 4 tp. t4
but thi b halt eaV9., It tl t 't the Idea tf
adistatorakip ntvO, ij- cf ti f vernmeBt,
ayi Wora thry ft raeli;) an frm Heav
s, tky thoald, ibr U ti& Weg.1 laid, atida"
I ' Clkirat for Jurats and .)?!, Ict ia rvw
bKtad t laJvrwal Vac has Of i:tod ; tlimt fr.r pro !
ty Ukefl by tha I'l.led Etatta t??op eolusl, f
watsacr rscc;fHii eav tsn '.ves or fct; Gr4ttaav
r.rtmotk h Utii.D-vf,:y,lj- I.(.T A Mo-'
KE&xt. Csto iay tuxt, vWllmrt Book
'wi aaa voj?iifery rctwrn mada
f f"U ! ;njf pav removed: Oortiai?ca ofaosw
iw4oxae.- e? !,v;nd fijf bC.r SVow. h'.i t De-
! f "'
' tv.vaatyi aPBfi. , i-'.g.'i.
VIM Wtjiet. R. BnlW i, a ,,Nf
giaia, bot baa bn a dtia of Tannw J T
twenty yetrt. He ix a lawyer ly prfJ
TaylorsviiH Johnon county, and prfr,f 3 a
beliioB served a a memlT of the IIo-jw 'm
tenuity for tbr surrssive Wmi JJ JT
oral roanty o(Ht. Hi hsa b?en a r-f ! j,
twoyws. Ihtnng thi oil party orrikn-aasr
was a whig, was a slaveholder, aM i, UurV
year of age. r
frrrnl Utri-t--Charle J. ifcKionfy WM
in Hswkias county, is a Urtnor, and &mr!T. ?
klavsbolder. At the wtbrewj of the rer!;,
arrested and et to Jtt.hmoTi, mhn he M
prisoned for several nv.ttths. Hs age U aVu i''
Third Wrtrici.Wami 11. Raado'r b t aJ 7
of Ttnvr a btwyer by peofoasiun, an-i 1 .'
a m?mtr of the Honte of J.pr-enUUv, j,"??
term. Ha was formerly a and r v jtih
Bve year otl. - '
Fourth bisUirt lsWitt C. fientr U t
ny y-irvtn a iwyr-
Boi'tor nas !n a ir.m br .f ffee Un
nUtia f, ihr trtn. Wa Conflni e-'.t av.tw
in proii by th. raw-l.- Ri g is aUt 1.,T
years; in p!jti-a was 1
r.flJi in.lrKtrrual it. H . .
(iMiwiat.i hm ttd w .Uooloar
Ha b-n a fcemW of lk ftpnat f.r n
Waa Frekl of th Frw 3tau Conatit'inl
CVtnvenUnivof TsTinessee, Ja. a w
ber of IhewUg party. . ainem.
Sixth Irte-trkt-tieo. W. Kith ia aBaftT,,
Bfaee, and a farmer. formerly a O.'j , '
an county Court Wa elected to the Iw,
lit 161, and shortly afterward coUec-!
marched over to Camp l)k fiobtnsoa Itov:,,'
and enlisted io th 2d Ten Infantry la
ilios he wa a Jackaoa iJorn'xrrat and is sg4 .y-forty-flve.
Peventh ViArxit. Thya. B. McEIwe ia a ni,
of Tenneswe. Ha Lees' a fartner and eottoa Eav
ufarturer ia M--Mian county sTral veart, and i
slavsboKWi was arrsated tare Us by tbe r:
In l.Mrt, fled and aud aa scout for Buvni.V
dition into lCaat Tannetaee ;.was a whig, and u forty-nine
ym cf age.
Eight District A. M. Gate waa born is JfcJfisn
county; farmer; appointed Cootmiwary of -Sibsav
enee ia Gee,. Spear a brigade irt ; promoted to
Captaioey in tha QuaraXermster't DeparVs'A , ia
pontic he wa a whig; ho is about thirty-fl y,
of g- .
N t&th DULrwt Wia. Bx.a ks a native 0 Ohio,
and a resident of White county f-r the last iwvuj.
flv years. Ha been a farmer, tuanuZacturar n4
mwhant, Wa a refuge from home for a locg to
to escape th violence of the rebel. Was fast.j
whig, aad is aged about fifty-two.
Tenth District oha W. Bo wea u a satire of
Tn a , and a farmer by oceu patios ; u Lav
holder prior to th rebeliioa ; wa a a L i u pgiiua,
and is fifty foar yean of a?.,
Eieveuth District Z. W. Frtuar was Vira ia
Simpeon eoaaty, Ky, and it a dentist by protease
He hat been a citizen of Tenae for many ywy
and was a weoitwr of th Uous of IVpreaeauut.
ia 1957 frcm Wiism county.. He wa armsl t
Jchs Morgan ia 153, and taken toMcMinfival
He it forty yatrt old; was formerly a whig.
Twelfth DiAtri ct 'n VAn at Spnc it a BatiTt 1
Rutherford; a merchant and planter, and a iarp
slavtholder prior to th rebeiiiuo, aliheugh cenj .
believer ia tbe divinity of the institution. In p- liucs
he wa a whig ; U about f -riv yeart of age.
Thirteenth District W. II. Wwener is a tair.
of Tenaeatee, and a lawyer by prcfeasioa. H tei
ben several liny a mTnberof the Legislalura, tai
Speaker of the Hons. Wa a tlaveboldor, aad t
whig ia politic ; is about sixty year cf age.
Fourteenth latrkt Robert fc. Latr is a Ba
tiv bora Teoneaseeam; was a slveiioldr, aad is t
merchant by occutoa. He waa a whig in polius
la about iorty-flve yeart of age.
Fifteenth DiaUict William Stewart wju bora in
Tenncetwe; U a physician by prosicn -, was a k.
in politic asd a tIaveholr, and U aboot iHj jmn
Sixtoen'a District Thouias J. Cypert is a nat
f TeaaeMee. He w a com missiuoed Captain of 'It
Unka Guards October 2, 153, by Governor Jks
toa ; wat a whig ia politics; i aged about tLr.j
aine. Seventeenth ILtrkt Joahua B. Friertua w
U-rn ia South Care lis a, and cam to Maury ccsfiy
fifty six year s. Ha been a slaveholder, aa. it
a arutr. Ia pchUcs ho wia a whig; is A?.j-hl
year of ego.
Xighteenth Dk,trwt John Trimble is asatrssf
coiaty. and a lawyer by prvfoMwa. Ia 13X
he was lactd Attorney Geoerai tU Ihsina,
aad held th oSos fur six ysr. U VM tJrj& v
the Hou-m of ReprsH!iatiTet ia li 13; and V tte
Senate ia IS i- and also agaia la ISii; was oa of
tho three Senator who voted agviost Harris' bai-
fMtn it T ..f Iti r.l. -v V . . T ' t- .V -
t ... 1 v. mr . w .mv s. , OVUff3u
Viaf.kl.ircT ; wa appointed U. S. Attorney tbr th
MUM! Dttrict of Tecneese in ISO-, aad reigned
th next year; a slaveholder prr to the rebellion,
but an emanopationL't: in po'itica a whis , aged
flftv-lhre year. .
NineteeotU Iistrict B. t. Feart wa bora in
Locaa county, Ky.; retaovl to Ttoaosaeo ia 1W1
U a stoad-masioa by oocupaliou, and prior to the re
MiZitoa a s-avex.oij.er ; ui wtug m pouuca, ana it
fifty -three year of ago.
Twfttin.a Drfrtct ThoauA, Muae w a&atit
TenftesceaOt and a lawyer by profasica; wa ar
rested by the; rebal in 1361, and cvn&aod far seas
lime In prison, whence ha eacaped aad joined tte
Union, army. He wa a slaveholder, and L about
thirty yean cf ago.
Tweniy-irst DiitrivtFkiiIng Hnt U a aatn
born Tennceaoeaii, and a member of th bar; s
twice arrwtod by tha rebois yk 1561. U wa era.
mieuoBd by Governcif Johntos a a colonel cf tas
eth Trans cavalry, Auguet il, IHi. Ills z" t
about fifty-two years.
Twectr-eucoBd IXstrkt -Alu;oad Cm a a
tive of Tej&taesaets a pbyxidaa by prjfaia, asi
was a slaveholder prior to the rtbeCioo; has ita
aa sxi! frvm hi home fjr ioci time ca acccst ef
Twenty-third DirtrictW. K. Hall is a su? J
Tenaae and by occupatlo a farmer, a&d funtsr
ty a tiavt&cldcr; waaciewtod cckmel of th ai.'.a
ia 1331, ani ordered to report W Govwracr Htrr
but refused and fied to C4umbcs, Ky. ; was a i
inpolrtics. ai i thirtyigfct yrt oid.
Twenth-fo'arth Dwtrh-t---Dvil Nuaa, Wised,
-s Twenty-fifth Dutrkt--Joaa W. Sraith wa bors
ia Butherford eountr. ; was a tcsk har, asd aftrwa.-i
a Uwyer ; was a siavrfcoliter before the ptbji:ioa, s
politico a whig, end about thirty years of ag.
Frlnce Xapolcoa Exc lades Tliea tna
Frvu th Lvadca But.
Our Pari orri9spoa4eat Botioe th tect, which
much commestwt u ta the Frw&ca oapital that at
MM jtapolooaa tctll bm sosnakwr ei the Souther
Cun.'ederacy party wa preaaak, aai that aoa had
rev4 aa teviiatioa, wtul iatittOiotu www lib
ally givea to AnMrkaa ef Northers peloid li
U, cf cvurse. euite aotorioua that Vh PtiBc a
waria tympjiihiaot with th ca& of the Narva.
DIf The Pridnt ha tsw4 a Bopular order is
the celebration of th fail of Sumter. Gml, AaJar
son is ta unfurl th tarn lag that he lowered,
i to bo saluted by all th forte aad all ra.'W sa
Urle that 8rd th fvrt origmaJly. aad j
tioa U this, Il?nry Ward, BooUmt ie'to b taTid
dIiTr aa Ji?v oa th occasion. Tfc
veilfnt arnusgemeat, aad most app.pruwi,,
tH tk Tlkaf Match, kv Rrr. J. A- Rvdeo.
U.UZU MiMAXUJl i- aUY.
v ? C2SEEAX OUDSS.
Orrta Pav.ttMasast tJtstaaa or kU
Katiils. Tsatv, Apnl . "a-
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OsJct So.tl, HaaJ jaastw MiBtary W' J
XtssLKlft f.k.Miiai tk ae -f Jf U tn arjs
A& r-w vt,ila th tk fU
ta TtUry ert.i, will ."TlJLzL
t,taVK ga ad ' wsteraettsa
fef ta It tia.isWfPfr
k.k,UtaJ. f W..rer th.y Fl
vtM tk u.ury ut I
tUakUi'iat pal tiaef JlfHJ
hsr. tojteiaer tthe HtUs, aa sw-t th. Ml) M i-
it -.f 6 Otro,it. ..
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