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Knoxville, Term., July 18, 1866.
C. B. HrBB.inp, 3C.-. 24. BresJ tercet, BoMon. Masi
It our rernluriy api.tiinted azrnt to receive BuLfcni'iioii
for our paper iu tho Sta'c of Connecticut aui Ma
The "Whig can be bad evorv week at the New
Depot of R. H. Singleton, Post Office Buildin.
Death or Chancellor Bodgers
Died in this city, after u lingering illness, at 1
o'clock, A. II., cn Monday, the ICtU instant, lloii
SaMCeI R. RoucrRB, Chancellor cf the 6th DUtrici
of the State. A g'tfd man has left us; one who
loss Trill lonir be full and deplored. For tbe salt-
of those who will come after U3, rt-.thT than for ou
contemporaries, it is proper to Lave on record
incoioir r.f Lib life and public services. His activ
participation in the proceedings of the Constitution
al Convention of January. 1S05, over which h
presided, attracted toward him the attention of tli
country. Shortly aficr war Jr. was widely ruVlUbec
r biographical -ketch which we re-produce.
There is, iu each of the t'ltUo i Slate.-, a tin.- i ! er
ubte iiit-a and valuable citizens, scarcely Vi.otoi .r eve
he-ird of outside their ot.d Slate, lecuuse tbty happe
n-l to have been cotctrned in the eoi.dJct of catieLnl at
fairt. Thi? resu'ts naturally, aliuo.-t tieecssarilv, froi
our peculiar .-yaieiu if National and Sute g'.verLmc-ntt
"To this clan belongs tie President of the late imp rtan
Convention of Tui.riet.-ec-. A laa-nole desire ia th- r,ul.
iie mini to kno-.v ioaiu'liii wore f uuu thus tv u'L
jiroiniaciitly bebnc tha couutry froiti the re,:-.reuii nt
i .r. :.. .. :
John llaxter, Col. O. P. Temple and M L.
Uall bo appomtca a coniiuibcue iu urau si
,,noriaI and resolutions expressive of the
Kensoof the private and public worth of
Chancellor Kodgcrs to be presented to the
adjourned meeting. ':.
. ficsolved, I hat the newspapers of this citv
be requested to publish these proceedings!
n uieir earnest issue. -
Upon motion the meeting adjourned.
C. "W. Jones, Chairman.
1U. L. Patttebson, Secretary.
i, at least, a sueub T bif pur at bit-
i rivato Iili
Ssujuul Kmuio.v Uo lrt v.jj iiur.i in J re'-j--viil ,
TenueMiee, one ol a luiuim'ius f:iini y of tons und dauL
tr. In tar y life bo was tiuolftd :; tbe calling ef In
father, thnt oi a imi- kuii h ihu-J auiij; iht founds i-r.- '
a rigorous I'bysic.il Cooi ilj:i io, and a Letiiy ya-piiilj;
witti iU..r. lba ba.'u e-n'rf.--aicJ f. little t- br.- su.-ce-and
ustl'ilnc. -- I.j add:i!..i t . i'.-cbaiii- i! 'l.ill, b ' i.a
ture spired to ioicin to.;l coiuire. lii av .i i a;io :;u l
j.'i were J ur.-utd t the CV.ic-e, iiow tLa I u.wmiy
Cast T(iui..cec. tU- ' under the PrM-ru. y of .Mr. l-'avi-ibcrmati,
a g-ntleiaari of Noribera i.inh, a i. ranch o
Iho faaiiiy UiU'le il!u!!ioi: by The mca..,ry T Kokc
bheriaan, an-l no lertf ol t' ha- U-en an i.-j'.l - . f ri:.j
General W. T. Sherxtu. I'etv bctur uj,T.t. !.-.; bvi
left ft name i:. the rrl'.ii f L'a-: lenuef ec ; aud --
well did hi! .U.d!s .T..i:i by bis ititru i'oi.s that aftvi
J,is graduatiJD he ita; r tair.t d several yc ir us na aa
cia:c luenjber of the ti!e,;e i .u nlTy. To Lii h .br.;
llluftratiou ti 1 f.v'.i:.a;ioTi acquired by tca.-bin.T, ii ai
j uiijr 'ht. Ui.--t iu'.ri.'ate
Lccitue cit.tr t the a.M i""ie?.-
trtbaiao.c, in n
-kill in fo pre-.
luind, bo.' or l.:.i-' civait-t tu.u'jr-: t : taw. r.i
although of itl!;:-J- j.aret:t;pv. a:iJ Liat't-!! troa: far-.'
roatb cutiiiw'tod i u j m Chur.h. ltaiii.g i
ouBfortaldy irnj-r- -j-i'lc l:.'c tbt -.tjcl : . mrsy is.
it.-atf.e "f pet-uiiar ti.e-s i '.i.e eiri:: an inot.-try, L
vwn ta:tof ,'.d bt:i! it. - the a'Ttiv-e rvaltn: .-l U-jtn
jiudy. Ilz law pre .pi. r u the law d:.-ua?uU e.
Judo Uu-'u La'.vs- D Vbjte. lie oi!u;e :.t J:e l:.r i
ISjI. The incur: yeai .:" i.i.in!ir:-up:f d ttiidy-- luca
bra'tJiic vigtnti zv.t pr..v e.-Liaity lti-jaited by ih
lv.. as a f;-ijiitiu prtej tt.t ta:ccs. were t.-Vf
ai.co iai:b;jily rvE-i-.re-i by th-.- iu.--. u:bus.a:t,v . :"t
Ilia ldbfj Lave ii..t bci:- - i:h a. reard. bi :h ia pro
Vcjiouul repuli.ti in a:.: h'j .e :-.ud ad'.ai.U;t
irldly increase, ii-' - :.:sv;d -u-h a t.iuaiii ai a !..
Ter, that ia lSlc h; -vas sppointej by v-tLfral Taylnr to.
I'nited Elate! l);.-itict Ati -rjiy for the Uistriet of L.it
IeuDesst, and held tbo cflice until tbe clote of .'Ir. Fil.
When tbe Black Hawk war br'ao oat iu iJl'( i: ij.h
ie laid of biuj v.i;U littrl txaoine., a; it has been ?a'
of Abrafcaui Liucda. "be j.,:-ed a v-jiimteer cuipao;
aud war cade cap;aiii." Tho ser- ijes l' tno cojut-at..-wore
ten d red fa the .-.veronie:. :hr..iic-h ( vtri.ri
Carr.'U, but lha civuvy ui n .t deciutd su-h astin
quire their pre.-eii-v in the lield. 5ut-Mtu-i,t!y. he heb
tbe po.-i:iou of Coujaii.-sary Oei.cr..! uii the start of Map i
General Ca-v.-.U. ,-iib '.ho rank C:.'!on.l. Tbo iem
tary titl.-s. first of Capt.;;:; ::: I then l i'C'ob.oci, tb' lattc
etil'l afjooiatesl ftita bii na.ii-e ii; tilt- i-'i:iiuui'i!y where t.
lire-.. t.very one :t?jiuei to ha e :icea worthily be.-! i.'.e.i
until 'Iib experience of the present war has reslrietei
their uto to those wij.v !,vt been aetivcly tag ''ed in.
His vkT." on the .-a'. of -j.ivery tre early j-ro
tounced and anv .juivu-at. v. ten ,nc ?.ito toi.uiii '
was ca led in 1S;;4. to rcviso tbo C'tiiituii-a. a s.r-.i-,
JTt was uiade'to have iocorpo;a:ed in it '.be priiici;
cf gradual naaucpa'.iali. so tlr.s "'. ii sla'cj sb.ud
Ojade free a.iiiisi the '.' ir IsOi'." Meetias of ci:i.--ci.
ia various parts cf the !:txle r.-pared meu;or:aii t i -h;.
effect. Such an "ue was he d ii the- c .utity of Ku -Mr.
Kolger was pronr.nc:;t in :- aeti.m. V' tih tbf. bi
J'.ololt-jbert M. An Jer. i', W. L. A. Kuuscy, late Se
rfory of tnto. and l'r. V. J- B.;i-r. an rni-iu-ni .i'iei
ef the eo'.iuty, a.11 tla' tb j'.de; . veil is :, ue!t. hi re
ported the re.-olettiun.', adopjt 1 and prepared the memo
r:ah T atir cC'oits failed ia tht Coi.cuti.D. I.f.t 'bei
cnsuuiniatioo has been ttlei ied i-i a uiai ncr a- one kh i
e"'u!d have an'icipaie i. Lately inter. .-ted a this spent
.)f property, Lis treataieiit of Lb svriMct b::; esbiid.-co
nime the pr. '.cetlou of a 'laraiuu ib.::; the iitb"r:ty
S mister. In h'.z int-reourte 'vi;h his frit.id;, be h o
C.in-tantly pressed a wiih that the tixa tho.tid c.lu
ivheti the Biibt. with propriety, 5 c eua.n ipated.
1 n Is.'C bo I'as ! e'-d to tin St of the Stale, fi t:a
Fif.b Snatori:.! Ii-trict, uv. v.;y (.),aiar erupt-tiioi , b
.t. majority f o clc 'isire a to r.iaiie laf oU' al.no-1 ai::uiin.ous. A '
.b- ilialraim of tb.- JndKmry Ciaaiitt. e. h-- left a r'.iop
iloa tin- Ifj.-islat''.' Jvui ual-, Ju; ::;J a s-i.-h1 ter.u, that : 1
f..io yei of r-rt IT.
Ac eitinu i f Kr.ottt i.. v I , r- 1. '..: re:d.-.l the priuei
;ai part of bis lit". ad in the ntutdeipal ee-rerumeut nl tvbiei
be bat larpdy tbartd. JVw h - 1 en iu.tv us,-tul ol boa. I. J
Hv laot aiil'rr Ii;.--- :i t!i- f: -idun i ;!ivr"f i ul.iic a;
bae I'-J o hi- tehi '. to ibat Uuiy eftt o;t rlian l
.Left of bit fell-aw-eitir-n-. Th practicai -kill and ta-ilit;-thus
tcnaivJ, " 'aibii.t-J :ih hit r-roguiZ".l ability and moi
l Mrth, to il,-,i.at i. no i no i i .-i'i, :it oi uiv pieai ibm
tt Coutvi.tioa. ' Nasbviilo, i-a tin- t'th . f .'.lou.iiy last.
il.t teuik'r and ol!: , l.il o.-nriiit: la taat iliii'i ult nu iryi:i:p
-iii.-n. bit' vri u r v l.iai r :. i ie--io:.k v
tioa, L l it i- ii 1 lh it b: liatu
o'lil a- th'- t i ' - I i' : ' lb
; t. !?- t .
The Bolting Dlsorgaolzers.
Most of tbe time since the Legislature hni been
trying to organize, thero bat beeD a quorum in the
ity of .Nashville, but to defeat an organization three
jr four would stay out, and refuse to answer to their
name, t im one oaten would stay out ana th1
tnothcr. When warrants were issued for their ar
rest they would put off home. Such ruen are nc
ttter than rebels, and they are meaner and mort
cowardly than that class of secessionists who entered
bo rebel army and fought for their rebellious and
reasonable principled. True, they are encouraged
n their revolutionary conduct by President John
son, cut be is an oca bolter, and was one of the
immortal thirtun" who bolted in the other bram b
f the Tennessee Legislature more than tvent
t-earsago. He bolted in 1861 from the Brcckinridg
rebels, and in 1866 he bolted back to them, and from
he party that elected him I
One thing is certain, if these bolters don't come t
their seats, their seats will be declared vacant, and
he Governor will issue writs for new elections, and
f any cf them are returned they will be expelled
rom the Ilouse, as their " illustrious predecessors
Yes, in the Senate, the Constitutional Amend
nents have been ratified by a decisive vote of
FOURTEEN to SIX! All hail the Radical Sen-
tte: The following is the vote in the Senate:
Ayes Messrs. Aldridsre, Boson. Cute, Cypert.
Case, Keith, McKinney, McElwee, Nelson. Powell.
Senter. Spenee, Trimble and Speaker Frirson 14
Nays Messre. Carrigan, Frrier, of Knox, Fra
'.ier, of Wilson, ilcFarland, Thompson and Smith
The iiiosl stupid man iu tbe Senate is Frazier, of
Knox, and to add to his misfortune his vanity leads
nim to believe that he is the greatest man there!
He actually offered an amendment to a Congressional
aw ! Think of one branch of the Tennessee Leg
slnture, or of both branches, if the reader please
(iroposing to aineud the legislation of Congress sent
ut there for approval or disapproval ! And yet
he stupid tuaii stood up and spoke in defense of his
ridiculous proposition until half of the Senators lett
the chamber. And to complete his own exposure
to quoted these lines, and applied them to th3 Rad
0 tt&i totno potter tbe gift' pie us,
T . i'.,-j?Yt r' o'Vie nt vs.'"
Verily the time is not far distant when the men
noting against the ratification of these Amendments
A'iil be found to nave voted to k'a Teivicsttc out c"
he t:.V'i : TLe terms required are just and right,
itid men friendly to restorutie'a atij peace ouht V
accept ol t;;c::i w ittiout or.c worj or iv:np!atnt.
"Xow,bj'r double-be&ded Janus, nature has snad
trange fellows in her time !" Sbakspsarb.
Mythology tells us that the heathen god, Janus.
was usually represented with two faces, whence he
was named Bifrons and Biceps, although attbetak-
ng of Falerii, & statue of Janus wa3 found witbow
faces, and at Rome there was a temple of Janus tua-
irifrons. Lfke the Ilindoo god, Ganesa, the worship
of Janus began by offering wine and incense, and
tccording to Horace, he was known ui-dcr t-t t!d
f )Tatutitta$, or the "opener of the day. Tm
ilacing of gates and doors under the care of thi
rod. resulted in his representation with a atafl and
ey, so that he was known and named the opener
Patulciu?,) and the shutter (Clu3ius.) After having
lebauched the nymph Carna, he compensated the
rail one for the loss of her virtue by giving her the
ffice of presiding over door-hinges I
Unfortunately for society, if not for humanity
be myth of Janus has not ceased with the dark ages
f heathenism. The great American Republic, it
not possessed of a living, moving breathing, Quad
ifrons, must certainly mourn the presence of an
nimated Janus Bifrons. The Roman temple of th
Quadrifrons, long since leveled to earth, has been re
placed in the city of Washington by the dedication
f the White House; and the motley multitude wor
hip at the shrine of the modern Janus, incarnated
n the person of Andrew Johnson, a citizen of Ten
aessee, President of the United States, then and there
When the bleeding Republic of America, strug
;ling to retain her treasure of human liberty, of
vvbtch bandits and highwaymen 60ught by force tc
leprive her, she held high the keys of her casket
invoking the chivalry of freedom to rescue and
Jefeni her in her extremity. Then it was that Patul
tius Johnson, a plebeian who had struggled withob
-curity, for a small blast of the trump of fame, came
to the assistance of his country, claiming to L'9 a
:hampion of her cause. In the Senate right gai
lantly did ha stem the torre&i, of secesaion, so incur
ring the hatred of conspirators thrt a price was put
ipon his head, and he was forced to fly before h
persecutors and from his Eaft Tennessee homo.
When the victorious arms of his government
J rove the traitors from the soil of Tennessee, Patul
ous was honored for his faith, and was placed high
in po.ter ai Military Governor of his State. Calling
iround him the faithful few, who had fought the
;ight of freedom, he established law, order and gov
rnroent from out of the chaos of treason, violence
and disgraco, invoking the assistance of all patriots
who held snored their country's honor.
Patulcius Johnson opened the government of the
is fitting to be presided over by such a Janus as An
drew Johnson of Tennessee.
The world is familiar with the whole story acon-
flding country betrayed by its chosen ruler at atimeE
when the life of the nation depended upon a faun-
ul adherence to the principles of human liberty.
pure and undented. Reconstruction of treason, ha
trod to the Commonwealth, the slumbering revenge
jf rebellion, now threaten th Republic. Let atl true
tien stand firmer than ever. A few more Clarks-
ville tournaments might, perhaps, gratify the wor-
hiPDers of the Washingtonian Janus; out tne ex
nibition of such sorry chivalry will teach a lesson to
Southern night-errantry more practical than tne
loxploiU of "Don Quixotte de la Mancha.'
1 We Lave received ia an mvelore. cn w hich Ut:
postage is paid, a paper published in Kentucky. It!
s a little 3 by 10 sheet, full of praise of "My Poli
y," and contains rvj articles denunciatory of Gov.
IJUrownlow. An anonymous not a accompanies it.
requesting ls to "pitch to the paper. We think
t probable the paper "was sent from its oa otnee
This i3 frequently the case with obscure iittlo papers
which seek to be advertised through our largeh
ircukted Wuio. They are compensated for the
iereest denunciatijn in being brought into notice
From this love of notoriety, broken-down part
Hacks, who have been politically dead msny years.
issail the Governor and this paper. We can not
gratify all theea characters by advertising them.
From one of its article on the Governor, we make!
the following eztract :
' This indecent blot upon the fair escutcheon of
Tennessee deserves to be buried a million 'Hilts bo
uath the greea earth."
The Governor has a rirrht to conclude thst tlirvii
j'' Copper-Johnsons '' feel the effect of his blows when
nilcs btututh the green earth.''
Not content with abuing radicals, this editor'
uakes a very unkind allusion to a member of his
Letter from N. A. Patterson.
Kingston, Tenn, July 9, 1866.
Mr. Editor .-During last week quite a discussion j
was had at this place on the subjects of Radicalism
and Conservatism. The discussion was opened bj
myself on Tuesday, and followed on days succeed-
ng by Mr. Fleming, Col. liaxter, Col. Aempie
and Col. Byrd, in the order stated. A reference to
the debates has been made oy tbe editor ot tnt
East Tennesseean, a strenuous advocate of w hat is
iknow as the Conservative-Democratic Party, and as
the object of the editorial tetices, as well as then
genect, is to do manliest uijuau to wi. icujiaono
Hmyself, I submit for the consideration of the public
the loading points made. And first, as to Lol.
H Temple's speech, he assumed at length and Ehowetl
conclusively that what is known as the radical par
ty is composed of thoso who, not only are, but have
neen all the while the devoted friends of the Gov
ernment iu its adversity, as well as its prosperity ;
tnd that the coniervative party, with but few ex
ceptions, is composed of those who are or have been
its inveterate enemies. The exceptions referred U
he was willing to say were honest, patriotic men but
were misguided and deceived as to their present ac
tion. Secondly, as to the Franchise law it was but car
rying into effect that determination agreed upon bj
the great body of the loyal people to retain in th
hands of its true friends, the reigns of Government
tnd withhold them from the hand3 of those who
I are or have been known, as its avowed enomiei.
Thirdly, as to Negro Equality, he was not afraid
of it. There was a difference of the races, but il
athe negro could o'evate himself to the level of the
J white and convince him (Col. T.) of his equality
there would then be no ground of complaint on his
iipart. That, none but the low and degraded would
descetid to tLe level of the inferior race. (TheE tst
Tennesseean reports him as intimating that the
State of Tennessee, by calling a Convention of theEblack race would become the equal of the white;
and that the lower classes cf the white race vonldi
naturally associate with the blacks.)
The Colonel supported the action of the body of
Congress and our present State Government, and
showed that order had been brought out of confu
sion and credit out of discredit. The Colonel's
speech had the ring of the true loyal metal, was
pointed, powerful and convincing.
Messrs. Fleming, Baxter and Byrd, made Presi
dent Johnson the head-centra of the conservative
party, indorsing in general terms his policy, and!
Ithat he and the conservative party were the great
break-water which alone saved the country from
being overwhelmed by the most terrible and re
lentless despotism with which the peoplo had ever
been cursed. Tho most severe denunciations and
opposition were expressed against our State Fran
chise Law, tho Freedman's Bureau Bill, the
Civil Rights Bill, the proposed amendments to the
ion re-lore the State to its ancient moorings again, f United States Constitution, the Governor and Leg
tho United States, and have since given voluntaryflconflrmaUOIl ; Of the Polite COmmlS-fl
aid to the rebellion, shall be forever disqualifledi I
. . . . c . c k : u i .. i ' j
i rom noiuing oin.ee, ivo. duuu wo tuusnmo ui
tho proposed amendments presented by tho Con-j
ress representing tho great radical party of tne.
How lar do those amenduueudtneuu: go? I an
jswer, not quite as far as the announced and declared
policy of Andrew Johnson, or certainly no further:!
tor tho question of suffrage Negro SatTragf, iff
you please, is left with the Sute?, and certainly, iff!
itizens not rendered infamous are excluded from!
bo ballot-box, they should not be counted in appor
ioning representation. The Southern States, late
n rebellion, have been conquered, but Congress by
-hese amendments addresses them as States, not as
provinces ; and what is yet more striking, is that
Congress does not seek to annul the work of the
President's reconstruction policy, for if tho States
is now organized underthe President's action, adopt
.he proposed amendments they will stand as perfect
states witn representation in tJongress. A3 tar as
the clause disqualifying for offic is coneerned,,on-
people, who amended tbe Constitution of the Stttte.
tbolishing the sinful curse of slavery, and limiting
the elective franchise to the true, tried friends of the
government, and none others. He made proclama
tion of the acts of the Convention, acting in the
primary and sovereign capacity of tho people, and
ailed for the election of a Governor and members
f the General Assembly. After proclaiming the
tuthority of this election, Patulcius nobly spoke as
Here 1 might well close thio proclamation, but
I w iii be pardoned for adding that the action of the
convention is w isely submitted to the loyal people
tn.e s kri-t. o f r.!l political poirer for approval :
tnd 1 le l assured, as they appreciate the restoration
f good government, and tbe protection of their lives
tnd property, they will not hesitate to come forward,
is one mar. a 'id :rii': one voitc, ratity and confirm the
lotion of the Convention. Strike duicr.
:i out bloic the instxtution slavery remooe the dis
'.arbiiig elmiint i'um your midst, and by united ac-;
at:j you may coiifidenlty expect tho speedy return
f peace, bappmess and prosperity.
The peoplo tho loyal people appealed to in lan
guage so emotional, stimulated by their own patri
otism, rallied round tbe standard of liberty, ratified
.he amendments to the Constitution, elected a loyal
Governor and Legislative Assembly. Proclamation
jf the fact was made by our Patulcius, and he took if
occasion again to pronouna
juently, as follows :
He was fleeted to the beliato. ut toe' eleCioi. (.!
j'.h of March. lc'.i.', s,;.J tit the raveling, on th;t h'c
ol April following. wa-ele.-teJ jte-altt-r o the body
During the first Session, he took i prominent pay
ia the legislation uLLh Las resulted ia the re-e.-!a!
lis'. meal of tbe State G jvertimei.i. While iu at
teudan e at this session, he contracted, or fit leas:
ooanriiied the disease, Puli.o:iary C
3 wn party, a ft'iov-aWe citizen of this county. ItiSl
ll be p-pe. frotu which we have quoted appears theif Ujr ,iewlv elected
iiollowine- : ficbarge of his duties,
lative Assemoiy. Jieanwntie latuictus naa oeen
"A new era dawns upon the people of Tennessee
thvy enter upon a career guided by reason, law.
order and reverence. The reign of brute force and
p.-r.-onal violence ba passed away forever. By
their own solemn act, at the ballot box, the shackles
iave be-n formally stricken from the limbs of more
han 2"5,OuO slaves in the State. The unjust dis-'
tiiclicins in socittu fostered by anarrnnant amstucra
y based upon liianau bondage, hurt- bctn overthrown;
iral our whole socieL syst'ni ii.L'J.& I K L c I t,V on
ress seems to have filled it full, heaped iftp, and
t is runningover with Andrew Johnson. They have
aken his language, imbibed his spirit, and the
tmendment speaks his voice, if not as President
.ertainly as Governor of the noble State of Tecnes
ee. . Let us inquire for a moment the reason upon
which this disqualifying theory rests; and. in point!
f fact, as contemplated by Andrew Johnson. If a
nan come before one of our courts and swear false
y, wilfully and knowingly to a matter material to
.ho issue joined, you say ho is guilty of the crime
f perjury and sentence him to hard labor in the
Penitentiary, and render him infamous incapable
of holdineonice, votine or giving testimony as a
witness. In a legal or moral sense how much less
infamous is the act of him who solemnly swears to
-upport the Constitution of the United States aud
hen willingly and wilfully levies war against it.
-eeking with all his power to dismantul and destroy
t? Rather we might ask, how much greater is the
Who were guilty as the responsible parties inl
getting up thelate rebellion ? The very class struck!
lown by this wholesome clause. Let tho class thus
lisqualtfled be called up to answer for their guilt.
The first charge completely proven is perjury. The
-econd treason, and what shall the next be? Let
Let us call up the witnesses and see. Gath
er, if you can, on an immense plain, the bodies of the
lead from all the fields of battle, hospitals and pris-
soris cf the late rebellion. Let them lie or rrop&
hem up as dumb yet horrible witnesses, and on the
outskirts array the weeping widows and wailing or
phans, caused by the fall of these victims; and then gl
add to tho scene the countless millions of treasure
expended or destroyed, and make still another ex
nibit the corruptions of morals and the breaking
up of , the foundations of society, and you have but
m imperfect item of the proof defining ths grave
offense. The voice of truth declares to this class of
leaders, " You are the guilty parties, you inrugura
Led this horid scheme, and lead or forced the masses
of the people into it." Tho voice of justice pronoun-(-a-t.hf
sentence of desth : but this much ;ihu;efl
tnd hated party called radicals, say to the prisoners
few days. We have every confidence that thev will
win goiaen opinions rrom an sorts oi people, save
trotny political partisans, as tno commissioners in
Memphis aro doing. In spite ot tuo denunciations
tnd threats of the rebel organs, tho vote for the con
anna Hon stood 18 to 2, just nine to one, a majont
arge enough for practical purposes, uuring tnt
liscussion of tho nominations, Mr. Carrigan mad
nis usual Constitutional obiections, which Mr. Sen
ior demolished in handsomd stylo. Mr. Frazier, oj
Unbx. taking his usual enlarged view of things,mquir
:d if Col. Stone was a native of Tennessee.
i Mr. Trimblo replied no; he was a native of Mas-
-acnusetts, a very good State to bo born in.
Ine rebel leaders are utterly dumbfounded at this
m expected action of the Senate, and grit then
eeth in impotent wrath. Tho large maioritv ol
he citizens aro probably well pleased. The Com
ntssionew dm men oferve, wjo will doihtr du
at !ifeiilJS. tfphvijft f$f'ielzli&
Yesterday morninz tho Senate
nomination oi uoi. stono, lato U. S. A, and of Dr
r . y . oparnne, lato u. 25. A, as Commissioners of
.Metropolitan roiico Tor this city. The Board now
consist of Messrs. Davis, Sparling and Stone, and
-,, . . t - - j. . . . . tt ' wj vi "'T-i , ' , u y u .... .j - . i
Win enier Upon ine QlSCnargO OI tneir duties in tgltu of our county of taioger, ha- f-l frm !nt . . nr..
$250 DOLLAR S BEWABD.
WILLIAM O. B BOW tOW, GOVERNOR OK Till; STATE
Ti.U.LWrt SB AIL tUAtL ttt IBE-.r PKtM -,l,Rlf ., ,
WHEREAS, IT HAS BE E.N MADE
known to me that certain J'.'HN NANCE, 'hri j
with liatiuz committed foul and atroci..ni V
Mh day of October, ls'-t, upon tb U' ly ed W iUim
now ranninz t larif
ow, invrpror,-, I, W.C.. Bpowniow, t.ovrrnur , r.rc-..,l
by virtue of th powr and anthontv in ui T' t, 1 li-,ft.-r
.It.. - U......I ,.r TU'A it i. E I. v t. CTI L'TV I , i , .
m i vi lu.,l'iLil.l.,iriIiii . 1-Its),
;o any poxton or pront who may Mont'eliend tbo uttil J.,hn
i-inct), ana aeiiour nim to tlie phrilt or Jmlor or our countv
"f Knox, in order that iuiti.-o iu lthlf m:j to bj n l
Said Nance i about a5 yean ef ai. iie frtt aihl ie-h
liigh, weight about 110 pounds, dark lmir. Mi i-jh, and n"(
bad moral t haracti-r. Ue ia il.jo-i. J t. t hirKiu m thr
ountit-iof Knox and Grainier, wht-re lie in kiioa
- In testimony wbtrof, I bars ht-r n'ito . i i,n
j tEAL. j- hand and cautid tho Great !h ! cf fir-Mat t, u
- s1 Wxjd at Nhri!l-.-, ou th-. ;rli r Jn,JW j...
By the Governor: w. ijUyVV.NLAW
A.J. FLE rCtl EH, Secretary ef State. la'lyiS-lt'
O WORDS AJW riTCHERS. "fap looaiajsj
head for tho sword f tho National Fair. T
te stand t TgiasSl; Howaf 3(17; hrma
378. TfforBr receivedtji plumper t 55 T votes
from New Haven, Conn.
The voting at the National Fair on tho solid sil
ver pitcher, to bo presented to the President oi
Thaddeus Stevens, is progressing briskly. So fai
Vfr. Stevens is ahead nearly four to one.
Private Medical Advice. Kead Dr. Whit
tar's advertisement in another column.
The Best Five Cest Cigar.
The Best Five Cest Cigar
At the Cheap TobaccoStoro on Cumberland Street
ITOH! ITOH! ITCH!
SCRATCH! SCRATCH ! SCBATCII!
Will Care tbe Itch in IS Hours.
Alcuret St ALT BflECM, ULCERS. CHILBL AINS, anr
ill ERUPTIONS OF THE SKIN. Price 50 eent. For tnl
all dmsrzistt. By svndinn 6" cents to WEEKS A POT
fER, Sole Agent, 170 Washington stnyt, Botton, it will Is
orwarded by man, tree oi postage, to any part of the luitei
AYER S FILLS.
ARE you sick, teeldo and coin
piiuiu . .-tic juu vu i:i iirueri
with your ystom deranged am
yonr feelings uncomfortabl-" ? Th- s.
yuiptoms are oftvn th? preclude t'
prions illne. Sonic f t . f si -knes-4
creeping upon ou, and should Im
evert, d by a timely ui of therijhi
emetly. Tako Ayer't Pillt, am
eloiinsa out tb' disordered bumorn
I i uriiy the blood, and let the fluids move ou unobstructed
., !.ir.i asrain. Thev stimulAte tbff functions ot tne coat
into vifc-orout activity, purify the system from obstruction.
Tbieb make disease. A cold settlet tomewhero in tho liodj
and deranges its natural functions. These u not relieved, re
ict upon themselves and the surrounding organs, producing
general aggravation, suffering and derangement. While ii
this condition, take Ayer's Pills, and see bow directly tuet
restore the natural actiou of the syttem, anJwith it the buoy
aut feeling of health again. What ia true and to apparent it.
slature of Tennessee, and the Congress of the Uni-
jted States. That they were acting from corrupt
motives, intending to arrogate to themselves unlim
ited and unending powers, and to fasten upon the
lpeople un measurable oppressions, and sweep from
J r K i rri Atrawn rntuira nnrctif ntiriii I 1 i KftitT-
As the speeches of Mr. Fleming and Col. Baiter
r Ituuieius, ana ne took Mfollowed and were intended to be responsive to mine.
ce: truthfully and elo-efi state the leading points presented by me on
1st. The late rebellion with its untold evils and
expenditures of blood and treasure, had one highly
important, good and valued result. It had solved.
satisfactorily, the great problem among the civilized J? '
governments of the earth, " that man is capable of
ielf-government" that a republican form cf gov
'rnment has been, is, and will be maintained by tbe
people, inut tno peoples government ot the Lm-
he baxis of honest industry and personal wort h. B1 151:1408 was not 113 bad bcen predicted, both tit
I .utwir t.hMll Tinur rppi'ivA il rntritfv. rptvurrl m 1 sKh -"m and nhroid. ft failure, hut il livinc. Ijiiatmry arm M
j Py . ft .11 finite man nivrt iin imrtin ta nn nif.-ivpri
loritMis rfiHiiLv. That th frre&tfit rf-hftllinn niHrit-Ili
in th ,-hant.Brt r.f th wnrliV. hi.fnrt- h.v-H'uc11 woulu BU-X LUUJ 3 -'1" '-"J1' -'-i'--
... r j, ......tta
n-nesty, en rgy and ent?rpri.-e their just apprecia
Our newly elected Governor entered upon the dis-
in connection with the Legis-
tvhich he Jie-J. Beine: appointed Cliuiieellor, here
signe.1 his j'os'. in the Legislature, and assumed th'
labors t'f the betiol.. T!.e lusiness of ti.o Court ol
Chancery httd so accutnu;Mi.ed. that the position '.va-v-.ry
arduous. D-ring tLe period he presided, it i-
not too much to sav t he sceund th general r-e-K
"A politician of Tennessee, F. S. Heiskell, abuse-
Bro.vrdow in imitation of Prentice. Tbo difference I
s rt big dunghill, and a c;ry little dvnghill.
The EI?ht Bolters.
Capt. Hex dt, Superintendent of the Capitol, was.
gappointed Special Sergeant-at-Arras to execute the
warrants issued by the House aeainst eiirht oolters
who Lad absented themselves. He appointed t.vcj
deputies to each bolter, and dispatched them on thi
I'ars, with orders to arrest and brin-r them to Ihej
BCapitol. The bolters arc: 'Williams, of Carter;
fl.Martiu. of Jackson t Marable, of Benton: Bowenj
of iladison; Dunnaway, of Bedford; Foster, oil
Hamilton; Brittle, of Smith ; Porter, of Henry. I
Fifty-six is a quorum, and j2 regularly answered
K'to their name, while these eight revolutionary spirit:
Eassiimo to control thj 02, and to clog the whveis ofS
If legislation. ny, more, they keep the Legislat
in session at a cost of $000 per day, when the whole
'oiisint ss iniirht have been done in one week, and
saved this expense to tho State.
It is worth v of remark that the first man that led
ff in this dirty work was Dunnaway, the immedi-j
ate representative of Ed. Cooper, and tho next wusj
I ones, the representati ve of the President from th.
SSeounly oi Greene, there is no doubt but that botn!
of these me:i were prompted by instructions from
Washington, a; both Cooper and Johnson arc op-j
posed to the ratification of the amendments, and;
promoted to the Vice Presidency of the Republic,
is a reward of supposed merit, and as a tribute from
the loyal people of the country. He made an iuau
. , ., , , ..
Situral speecu, attacking tne otoaiea aristocracy ot
-lavery, and congratulating the plebeian worth i f
the m icidle class of v;bieh he claimed to be the rep
resentative loyalty Mras to be the touehstoco, irea-
.i.,rii.i,i a,wt Mmnmn mmnlai nt is alto true in many cf th
r wrong doers, lice as citizens but not as office hoi- S,!M,Dac.te(1 aud danrous di.tempers. The tame purgativ
ler3 of the Government. You mty live and ride H. ffect expels them. Canted by similar obstructions and de
ipon tho vessel but you shall not command il or
stand at its helm. j
This leads u to the real bone of" contention and
cause of difference between the President and Con
gress. The President has made too freo use of the
Pardoning Power. Treason instead of being made
jdious has became honorable has acquired a digni
ty and respectability which may well awaken the
fears of the true friends of the Government. Con
gress, as the representative of the body of the loyal
people, has determined that loyalty shall govern and
not be governed by disloyalty. To which I say,
But let us repeat the question Who aro the
members cf the radical party ? and what does the
term signify? It means pure, thorough, uneom-!
pounded, unmixed loyalty, and on the test of loyal
ty so are the members of the party. They are tbe un
qualified friends of the Government. Thereis noth
ing in the creed or policy of the party to invite an
enemy of the Government; but can you sav the
anie of the party called the conservative pcrtv ?
Mo, but you may search in vain for one who ha?
'icen known as a rebel or copperhead who does not
ihoast of his membership as a conservative. At the
Isame time it is true that many who urs true and
loyal, are members of the conservative p irty. In
all the advantages of numbers, material, intellect. P"
rand time for its formation, had been speedily and
thoroughly suppressed, and at its close our govern
ment was not found to be impoverished, broken,?
weakened, or dismantled, but that it had increased
!in all its elements of power, wisdom and influence.
f . J u. t. .,....! t. : . .. 9
j.Aua wut powet ua eueeecet so utucu m Bo auori Heffc..t them; and that some of his friends and al!
:ttme .' the rresident and bis c-abinet, the Con
"gress and the commanding Generals? Xo! The
tpeople the great body of the people have been the
ang'-uicnts of the natural functions of tho body, they ar-
rapidly aud many of them surely cured ly tha auie means.
'nn who Vnotc tli.. virtare of these Pills will mzleet to em
ploy them wheu suffering from tho disorders they cure, suel
is Headache, Foul Stomach, Dysentery, Bilious Complaints
Indigestion, Derangement of the Liver. Costiveues, Consti
pation, Heartburn, Rheumatism, Dropsy, Worms and bup
iression, when taken In large doses.
They aro Sugar Coated, to that tho most sensitive can tak
:beni easily, 3nd they are surely the !!!t purgative tnedicin
AYER'S AGUE CURE.
For the Speedy and Certain Cure of In
termittent 1'erer, or Chills sod lever
Remittent Fever, Chill Fever.Damb Au
Periodical Headache, or Ifilliou Head
ache, and Ilillious lever; indeed, for
the whole class of diseasrs originating in
biliary derangement, canned by the ma
laria of niiakinatie Countries.
This remedy has rarely failed to euro the sJTerst ..ase ot
lOhills and Fever, and it has this great advantage oe.-r other
Ague medicines, that it subdues the complaint without injury
a the patient. It contains na quinine or other deleterious!
ao9tance, nor does it produce quimm or any Injnnon enecti
hatev- r. Shaking broth- rs of the army and the w-.-, try it
il Hid you v. endorse thete aHSf-rtions
Prepared oy J. .. Ai tU Jt CO., Lo'jreit, jlass., aud soid Oy
Druijgists aud Dealers - verywher.', in Knoxville, at vholi al
m l r-tail by F. J. SANFORD i CO. jalyll-L'm
sionally look to the ear-marks of your compan
I am compelled to believe that the difference be
tween the President and Congress is not as great
fans tne general estimate makes it. 1 believe
that the President's objects and aims are right, but
hat he is mistaken as to the means employed to
VALUABLE FAR3I FOR SALE.
A FAK-U OF TWO HUNDRLD ACRES
IA 1 miles from Telford's IN pot, : i th Ki,t T-nu-.j,.'
. 1 j mile from
l-i- i . !!
and v irgiuia itauroad, i miln hum J. ncsb .
Washingtou Collge, in 'V asbiut. u ,ouniv.
Acres ot which iscleare-l o Aero in timberl
Tbero it a good Jieanow, a nne orchard, an 1 ,v Sa- a i
st mere is ia .asi jeuurHr,ua ini larm. i cuuveuitucs
;o mills, tchoolt and cbarches, this faam is unsurpassed
fhere is a spring of never failing water m civrv fi. lJ in ih.
Liace," two ttory brick dwelling with six ro"ini, an l n-.-M
j out L'uiiuiuiii. 1, is a i) v. ii. iii "uvai, ejrax-i, aud Corn
arm. . Is told lor division auion hHrs. F. r I r;n uljrs L ;
aras of taltjnddrest E .. HAN.oN.
julylS-3t No. 31, Wc.-t BaJtiaieie St., Baltimore. .M i
J. SHIKEK & CO.
ANtrACTf!tEKS .Nr PHAttRs IN
Tin aud SneeMron Wares. Moves.
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
Say Street, 3d House North of Uuioa Street.
JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
SHtttra. fj'Uyl-tfl . . vv o,, ,, rR,..,.
HOUSE KEEPER'S EfilPOSIUiir.
SILVER PLATED FOKKi .VXD Si'..o.-.
Waiters, Basting Spoons. Dippers.
Sieves, Brooms, Shaker. Tubs,
Backets- Washboards. iTops,
.Scrub-brushes, Whitewash lnthe-.
shoe Brushes, Mason's liiat kin "-. Stov,-
Polish, &c, etc.
A cli-ui c Hie ..,a ol"
TADI.E CLTLEKY, SHOT ..L.-, KibLLs.
PISTOLS. SU0T A.VD FrsUIXii TACKLE. BRA-
KETTLES, A.VD HOLLOW WARE.
)00 Kegs of Xails, of every size and varie
ty. f-r stile lotv at the
NEW HAUDU Ai;-,.
Centre Bdildin -, ...;!: n ?.!
PROToSALS WILL UE
at tie.- .-ihee of the iinoxti!' a:i-i K. nt-i. k- V . T .
.'ompany until th -".lb iusr., for f ii.. ron-tru.-t- t o,.,
tie work re juiri-d on th ir Ku- !..! n t j,p, -r u,,;, B. ;"
Ulinton, vis : I'le i four hundred : f.-t. . f...-:i. v-.-i 'i-". f'.. ,
igb at Cotiper Ride. t"0 . four huu li.-.t fcir, Jm - w.-ntT-. ; i.t
ee-t high, at Jordan's Branch: four liiinitr.-.l . t. tr . utv 'f.'
iit;h, at Clinch River. Th- timber to l e ji , i.,, ,;,"
le to be on tbe jdau of that af Knob l'..i!. -ix i,i,U uenh
Knoxville. The work t- be oniple'.-d by O.: r 1-t. on tt -lrittvio
s rtioai and l y N iv- ml r 1st. I . :, tS.. u.. .'I.
cribed. M'KIAN l CUV
juiyisu Ctii i ts j: r. it. and Iv. Itioir . -IC.
j. J. m in.
Late Caab'r L". B'k,
' t- rrr.-v.
,-sh r B It oi f. i,L
Southern and Western Exchange Office.
CRAIG, MORTON & CO.,
Brokers and Commission Merchants
V..6 WALL sTurtr. . nr 1";,T.
10RRES TON DENTS A XI) SPECIAL
t for South rn and W etTt B.niK- M-rthai-tv an..
Itailroad Compauits. r;uci:tte Loan and Brsin-.t r.,...r
IAKE LOLCtCTfoNS. I'urcli.w au-! 11 Gutd au'u
ind other Securities on Commission.
Also, give partiml.tr attention to tr 1'uc-u..sc an 1 : r
ment of all kinds 'T Dry .!-, ':r.. . r: -. Ac , u ord-.r-.
former eneniies, tiding on those errors some wi'il
ijood and others with bad motives would, bat for
M'he rower of the dominant D.irtv. inflict unon the
on must be made adiuus andtraiU Risked: Tl.eetacient succwstul power, lbe intense anu powcr-jj . ,ha. . bard t0 rcrnod..
conspirators of treason chargsl that Patulcius Wa throbing of the great heart of the people provi-il q'q word as t0 lho radieals denounced as
Irunk (with joy or wine) when he spoke his pieoc Kded the means, furnished the bone and sinews, gveHlh aa hdeon unwaibed devils, with but
......a .. . WJ. . 1 I J Ml a .1. .L.1.1 1 1 T mt
thus-the country cried aloud " il so, men tn cmor.bb wu-uow anu win, 9VaWuiowinaue WWK yiimiled exceptions thev embrace the material thatH
L . s .
-a . , .i. . - t-.ti: t. .. i: i, t. t a
eonuuercei cue reocn.oi!. it nas rauieain v. uu yore t
eritasV The assassin then struck down the pureRwas clone
I ... - . &S ..... j .... .e , ,,. M""l ,
patriot, Abraham Lincoln, in tbo midst ot nis moa-g noccier auvauiatge gainer oy cue reuemou W!t-iaour streaming banneri on fields of victory and tri-
j.t gVry and in tha prime of usefulness. Crue.it nas taugni uswneretne danger to our govern-! hu WB9 raJica3 whieh wrenched the arms
lugger! that when it struck home upon the McredHment is, and how to avoid it, and that tne lesson oiafri,m rebd hands and cau,ed the arm5e3 of Lf,c and 3
nartv.'. created a Janus for its Nemesis I
gjCooper has b.-..n writing letters to that effect.
rave nia irom mortal tigiii tno viejui. tuusji
lc.-trov-d tna v ice rresident assumed tne station
which the law gave him, with the respect and con
tid'jncc of the men who had bestowed upon him the
'-econd office of the lti-public. His words of loyalty
and truth vere fresh upon his lips scarce spoken
out u moment, and entered simultaneously with hici
the portals of power. Alas for truth, wisdom and
honesty, once seated upon the throne, the pinacle oi
'.is a'uiOilion, our i resident, w ho naa otjen '.u-
u'Enek. now developing the Janus, became the
hutier- - Patulcius" metamorphosed at once into
Trt-a-oii wa- no longer odious, and traitors, in lieu
of piifikhtnent, received pardon by the thousands
wisdom learned among scenes of blood would g.,ohnson to surrender; and that party, call it what
hid from mortal sight the vielitii tbtisSa never he forgottoa or disregarded. The first d
ceplion is the wrong of the deceiver the second d
ceplion is the fault of the deceived. Tha people
whose strone arms have sustained the life of thair
cherished government, at so great a cost, are deter
mined that the hands of the same encmius shall not
again be permitted to Etrike a second blow. Thai
people thus determined are denominated the radi
cal party in the United States. They arc uncon
ditional determined friends of tho United Slutct
What position or platform do they occupy ? Pres
you will or may, having ruled the country in times
of war, will govern it, tvisely" too; in times of peace.
N. A. Patterson.
!r, ...... V. f., i. . 4 dm .t..i..n r.f .liil.l-.l.iulinr.
.pect and ceiiiiJ,nee. IV w jddiciul cll.ccr. Lav. U JllQItlal Appointment. 9:h0 tPil of broUen nrMl and .also words. Those
aiado a more .ucccssui admtni.-tralion. At thi-K Newton A. Patterson, of Roane count, has beenSvvho worshinned at th., hrin of treason elbowed
time of Lis death, he was sily-cight yeara o.d : 'Commit3ioned Judge of the 8th Judicial Circuit by .way and displaced the sage counselors of loyalty.
at no time ot nis nie v.o..u tne ar.noL.neeiiieni. o.KGoV jjrownlow. This ariDointment will bo pruti-a. n,t ficu nnA if..,-
, , . 9 M O 'f1"1" " ttlC UUU liJCxCiJlO i,J bUO UVt IV V-"- y 4 A fc.v tut
ji3uca.ucatei,.ie.i .-oi.oatii; Uj.. '"t etiu.u.... p., ymg to every loyal man in the btule wno KnowsHfhion described in the satires of Horace, in vokinc
. l. . 1 1 j u . . . ... .r ..x ..t l i , rs . . . . . . im
ty a..u i..e eou.ury. n .a L,e ne. e.e.i e.ew..c.. . yj ll(ige I'atterson. A more untouching loyalist, or H-beir Janus, with his bifrons. After debauching
nis chnntc m nlan vf !aorc personal integrity, could not have El he nvumh of lovaltv. he imitates his myth bv prof
-PT l:i.lltMMi THirr;.'- .iTlll l.luI fAaL- :UMitC ?J.u,un In n.. iM.c . n1in '..t t ..t.-tv-i V.Aae.- . 1
j - - - w jct-U w i Le m f vtva v uuvt a uviv coil uao Al
would have remained tit, j . c:o;hjJ. As a citizen. gjwayo been a Democrat. All his life he has been
;,it.i.t: . 1 in f 11 i '.. ' "i . . ".-. i.innPul u'4. !t.ri i t:.:. l .1 ..f Ti !5..a it
lAJtciietcu iu ui .ii i ..-f ic; fet.AA tetptTSiumi ana pojiticui lricna oi jrrybiaeu- Juiinsori.tf treason
.ne poise anu rja.a. c. n:t nnna mae uts ,ut he has not wan lered oil alter "strange Gods El Those faithful ones, who rallied to hU standard in
"erering her tbe custody ot the door-nmge?, while tbe
a M luor itself is onent-d wido f.n rp.fpivn t.h tr.irivoii of
. - o o
ioisiuvaiuat-ie to tne peep..-, t.i ti.e teverisn ana ei-gaif j0hrison has. On the contrary, he has not swerved I.Tennessee, to '-strike down at one blow the institu-
cited ti-iv.'sj e are j'assit.g tLrough.
Thus, on.' by ene, the e lu couiellora ol tee 5tat
are called away, lea trig a higher measure t f re
spo.iuibility to tae tbaico! their survives.
hair s breadth from the lofty attitude of patriotism lition cf slavery," retain uo longer the confidence of
fciwhicn characterized A. Johnsons actions and ijibeir whilom leader the truo men who "struck the
If-peee-hes whi'e Miliury Governor. In this appoint-?!. t,Hckles from 275.000 slaves, and did away with the
Kiiiciit Gov. Brownlow has cast to tee winds toc3u,u.t, distinctions of societ v, fostered bv an arro.
' prejudices engendered befurt the war, just as he Jidant aristocracy based upon human bondage," now
pwht-n (tcAiie Johnson icas a Union man) he support-IMud themselves in the vocative, and tho arrogam
Pel him as Military Governor. , ;rti?c--'-ce,t duly and truly reconstructed on other
. j, , . , y J JCIO oio luuusouua u uiu vuuueuu ic.uueiw ".flDlljlj ;IWD " UUtlttl lliUUairj SUU pOfSOfllU WOrLll.
. v . -1. . . . w ..wv - .. w v -, . -. hwv. w -. - , 4. i, i UO oefUt te J . I . i . . " i III , suo
people,'' have been deceived by the Janus who now
Meeting or the Bar.
Knoxville. July 10
At a moetii
in tbo city Ol Knoxvi.Ic, convened by reu-lf ,he ioytt party of the country which wved the na-
ton 01 the deatli c! ilon. auuict 1. l.odir-glion. "o man ever made a greater mistake than
erf. l.tte Chaneellur of the Eitrlnh l;strietKlid Andrew Johnson when he supposed that th
of Tvuuetbce, which occurred on this moni-L
th,, .cc-l T T i 'mI-.t hi v.-l So be traiitferroJ like so uiach merchandise to the
111-- aA L tiiV CJlU.i.t.C v. -ww - . - .
ative. Hon. C. W. Jones was called to th
Chair, and Col. M. L. ratu-rson appointee'
- - ' IB-
becretary, eticins this appointment, says of Judse P.. " 'WeR-r.ns vehn rli-nuunced him as Military Governor, who
Lcl-coppcrhead party of Isham G. Harris and hi:
cj confederates ia crime.
The dirty little rebel paper of Knoxville, in uo-S
repudiates the very acts of loyalty he first applauded
Jlen have been nominated for office in Tennessee
by Ciicsius Johnson that Patulcius . Johnson (if we
believe his words) condemned and repudiated men
who absolutely refused " w ith one voice and as one
man to ratify the blow, which, struck down the in
stitution of slavery. Janus now rewards those per
Thereupon the followim; rer-olutitju
tiartcd this life on tin Iav
mot-tint: ha been called to exjres
of the- hiirh utT-uiial and oihem
pre-j believe him to be an honest man."
Doubtless the Ii voted asainst " ratiScation.
i bv Hon. C. W. llrdl '.vcre adopted KJudge will be very proud of this compliment, in federate gray of treason, thus,
noVcn communicated to this meetiiif.ij''"-1''" ') bu!-tLe eame liul thinS sa.vs " w noi ng. punishing and condemnin
he Hon, Samuel R. KocL'ers has i!f 'Jlldcrs: his legal proficiency." The devil you say.fc blue of loyally at his call.
and who wore the Con-
ident Johnson. whil?t Military Governor of Ten-a
. a.n i.e.- j l. .!' i' . l iTsl
u'.siec, ueuiieu iuc gruuuet-wei it, tuui lue io.u
people of the State mu-t control tho government,' gJ
be that number ,: live thousand or les?,'' they mustM
'o the governing power. "Rebels inubl bcdisi'ran
ehised aud impoverished, because of their treason y
they had ceased to bo citizens.'' That we must an
could not require less ol them than ol tne nonesir
devoted foreigner who comes with a good will toll
.,nn...f .. .1,1 maintain ah" imvapn m an t VTa s r . . . " '
ijuired, even with his good faith, to stand ofl' for a
term of vcars. N
Take another point Segro Sun'rage. Presidciitr;
Johnson in 1865, in his dispatch to Gov. Sharkey,l
-.f AT iciinni raj Amni.Ttilo.l limifilil li itcrr, ll tTrjl crp
i - . , ii i . . r. vt
emDracing, isi. eiu wno couia reau toe constiiu-13
tion in the English language, and write their names, si
2d. All who owned $250 worth of property, and
paid tax thereon. And mark you well ; what did
the President say as to tlm recommendation V -Th':
you oiuy safely du.'' ilI hope you. will do il.'' Did
too .rresident mean wnat ne said 1 1 answer, yes 1
md he means it to-day. I know him well enough
to say that what he deliberately says he sticks to. I
think he is in error on that question, as I believe
tbe interest of both races is to colonize the blacks.
I think that both will do better separate. Howev
er, I may be wrong and the Pressdent right. .
Another point. President Johnson, at the break-;
Ring out of the rebellion, in his place in the Senate.
declared that the government possessed, within its-
si self, the right and power to preserve and save iUZ
own life; and that if South Carolina and other?
States proposing to act with her, persisted in their,
T11 s linos we publish below were written by a
lawyer in this State who never saw Governor
Brownlow. While curses, ;' deep aud loud," are
'neaped upon him by East Tennessee traitors and
copperheads, ho is receiving the commendations of
loyal men thiougli out tho country.
To Gov. Wm. G. Brownlow.
I set within the prison Cell.
A man of feeble frame :
And yet thi-re is a mighty spell,
Kxertcd by his name.
freasou is rno thruUKhout the bud.
Its banners llout the sky;
That small devoted luion band,
Most either yitld or die.
H- will not bow the knee to liaal.
Nor kiss the tyrant's rod ;
Nor prison bounds can aught ai ai!.
To ebango tbis man of God.
linn to the gallows tiiey uiayuiaj;.
To die a shameful death ;
to praise his country's starry tag.
He'll use his latest breath.
The captiv. is an exile now,
Aud wanders forth slone ;
pwp grief is ou his noble brow,
But lofty still his tone.
u n there comes a mighty throub,
This fearless man to meet ,
And fehonts of triumph loud and IouD'.
His looked for coming greet.
On Freedoti's s-'il he proudly otaeds,
Viih Freedom's flar above him ;
surrounded by the willing hands
And h' arts of thoso that love him.
I ipie pas.ses on and n-.w .jij.-C more.
Within his native State :
Tbe captive, exile known of yore.
We see chief-magistrate.
Loiio may he held the seals of plaee,
The ensigns of command;
Charged by the people's nubouglit grace,
To rn!e his native land.
lite .trt iiMLLK, Tenn. Jane 3i', lsOO.
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Premature itecay, and all the effects of youthful indiscretion
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Decision or the Supreme Court.
ICUGES SaM illLLIGAN, JaMES C. SUaCSitrCRj.
AUD ALVIN HaWKIAS.
fHOMAS H. Caldwkll, Attorney Ge.:crai and li-:.
TALBERT FANNIN'-, iu trr-i , vs. tN- . il iLV
ig those who donned
1. and to unite with In
ui ine decease
It is, Uicrclorc.
Jt'cfol cd. That we-iiio l.i.'i.iliL i ofihe bar
manifest our regard li.-r the memory of tht
To speak plainly, the President has noioinuted fori
tr " . . ..n, , Fy , ic.e.t
. . r gj offices of proat acd irtist in lenncssee persons weidEipose 11. is a cerruory, aoestnat tact put 11 out. 01 iuc
ciitii .ic tci (ijj.o... ei. ui.nie i.aueis.ee-aiuji.nnassii.Mi.s. K:-noWn tn him to have voted actunst ratification es L n:on . it so, the District of Columbia is out 01 j
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! -i' 11 I- .. . 1 T.. e... t:l
History of Tennessee Soldiers.
Nashville, July 2d. 1866
f'.i.,- L t . -. T'?'J. . IT IPt
van. u.c, x.. uttissUAJl, r.atior vuiun r my .
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Jltar Bull's t'ap, on the !th instant, bv James II. Walker.
E.)., Jt'HN McOALLOLGH atdMiss K A CHE I. E. THOMP
SON, all of Hawkins cuuty, Tennessee.
On t.'.e od instant, ni-ar Paris, Jlimoit, at the resiuenr-' oil
the bride's father, bv R. v. Newell. Colonel il. L. PAT-1
aiERSON, and Jliss X ATTIE K. f LEMONS, daughter o:
rj Jaaies Slemuus.
t At the residence of ti.e iride s mother, iu Kuei county
ll Tiin.-ori Thrirdav ev nine' Jnlv 12th. l-;, by tbe Itev. Jo
f s. ph Milium, C.'ptain JOHN T. 'CHILES and Miss SALLIEI
1 . - K 1 1 1
V ben youth is past, and wriakl-d -t app :
May neither, to the other, seem in years.
53 la Mj.-.'jto i.ii. Tei.ii., n the 2'th u.1:., LII.Lir. iufau:
I f . it. I V- , J .1 .!.
i.tUIiter Ol vv . L. .'l. xiiu i... .-mi, nt;.ti luireiuciiius.
This is an action of trep:ti on tnt case. Irncht in
'ircuit Court of Davidson, to r-.c jer da;ua;.( . ur tiie c.uv.r
-ion of a tlave called Sptmccr, who, it as is ill,,:. J, 4S k.iit ,'
while in the employment of the plaintirf inerror. Ther was
ndgmeut by detault for the deteuUaut. in error, aud a w r;t of
unniry awarded ; and the damag. s. ou its e-i-ci'u.u.
'iy a jury at Sj-jo. Metiont to st aside the judgment t-y de-
anlt. and the verdict ol tn mry assesinj in- damaires, wr
ri-peatfd!y made and disallowed by the court. a:i j anapp. al li:
rror prosecute-l to tnis court.
Various questions were rre-ene4 iu til - r. . . r j, v hich h
isen diseu.sed with much zeal andat'ilitv on l oth ijv;. T-.
arst w hich we de-m nec-5Rry to notice, ans s eut et tK- . j. .
nent by default. It is in-mt-d tlmt it was t ik n VI. i n,.
leclar ttion was fih d. and th.t ii :-, ther-:" .re, .iaatv. u
.i-cord shows that the unini-.Ti was v. rurtj.-l. r--eUriy i
uted, to the January term, 1 ,', and that r-gu!..-ii
form, purporting to f-e a declitr tt i. .ti , an i pr..p..rJyrn:iii...j
I the Jannary term, 1"0, w us on file without the Clerk s in
lorsement as to the time h'-,i it wa tiled, 'fhe Cede, section
-,K:'S provides : ' All pleadings .hall be ind.r d by tli- -l.-rk
vh' U filed, with the time io.i l dat... and f, r want of such a
indorsement, may b- r.j.-et."l y 0"- e.i-rt .01 111 .-tion unl --
sutficient cans-. Ih- -h-wn. '
It is instated, that this provi.ti.-n .' tl e C-1- U ivat it,
..r.d th it a de larati.-u, which H. ei.1.111 or d--i-u may Lav
placed on th" fil- without the ( ! rk s in ! 1 - .-in iit, is tiZi so 'i
t legal p.ip.T a? the .b fendant would l.e t. m id to r.atieo V
idea or otherwise. A paper is sai l to be hi. d when it i-i Ue-lt v'
red to the proper . th ' r. and by linn r-eeiwd b: fcep.
tile: and pap.-rs put together and ti. . in bund',, arc r ,. j
:ile. 1 U .urice, till? " Li ", '" eiiing Vin. A'., ill. fh' Clerk
indorsement, under our praeti. e, is necessary to j..., theopo.
-it part- notice of th" true tune at which tbu Of. I ,,.,, , '
plea was fil".', so that h" may know w'.i.ii r ,, tj ,r r,.i,. .
.ut it is not an absolut - prerequ.-if" t tr- a'i !ity ef tie
Icclarauju or plea, as eiearly ti p ars fr ,.m th l i,.-i-j,. . .
rhe statut.. it-elf. The statu1--", in terms. auOtorizi,,-. ti. 7.,,
n motion, to reject a pap r in ! 1,. , r ( -j,..:r;., '
or siifti.-i. nt cause shown to r-taiii it ou lh- ij... au .-,,,,, .'
be opposing paity to answer it : i i- tiir opM.,t-. p'artv i-lav
vaive his right to hav- it -intk-u .jfi the Di -, j ,.,'.a,j-..r"r.
dy ; o-l alter plea r rerdi.-t. -r jadm-.nt l. delimit r.-.-u-arly
tak-n and entered witlvut mutioii to r. i. t it, h- rnu-'
e held to have waived bis nghi nnd-r the statute. ' The la v
ifter theexerutioii of tb- sumuioiis an 1 its retur-i int., r to'
jpresumes the partiet in person or i y attorn, y t . , present iu
ourt and superintending tn-ir can-", and o ' v tii iro:
iet they waive the riht the in w confers upon th-m. -t thro'i -).
ineseu-aWe n"s;lie'-ui fail to r ike adva.M f it th' v -a?
lot, after judgment, t.f heard to c. .midair . ' "
It is next insi-te-l that tf.ei-e isa fatal v...!..:,.- I.. We ,
ieclaration and the judgment by Uefaiilt. i h" w rit and d- -
arati.'ii, as it is alli-jr-d, are in ! , and tie- j.-..gi,.t 111 ,
rn:'. W e do not think the ground of .. f.ji,...eaii ' luaintau
d. The jmlgni. nt, it is troe, is eon b-d in awkward phias
logy, but und'-r our lile-ral prarti. it ouiain. , verv re ,.-.
site to make it a valid judgment, and 10 form a -ulhcie-it ai:
wi r to th" writ and d-i larati..-i. The i . j - -. u j.ii.l,,. word.
'oeCt.e.Olf J ly (e H..-ie-..r ,".;. ' a l l Uolhlb'
to the f..rc of the judgment, mrl uli' ii ex. lu'e d alt,..-ili..i"
n no degree dimini-h ..r eliau. its oi. .ration 111. I egi et. Th.
re, therefore, m-r- lv sin pin-15 . .-.nd nuder th. o j. , si. ti. n
J.STS, may be r-ject-.-.I. e-..o. a... r ju igm-iit i.y tho curt in
vhich th-judgment v.as r-n hr d, .( iu tl. revising t,jUr'
into which the can- may remove. I.
But admitting .judgment !v d.--fault to I... val, ;, i: M .ijrti.. ;
insisted that bis llouor. tne Cir -uit Ju-lg", err-d in r-fiisii
to set it aside, and in -iipe .rt of this proposition th interteu
tion of the war and th" a:h.iavtt of tli- lainiirl in e. rur is rr!i. '
apon. Tb courts ; re bound to tak- .I'i li-ei! not !( c of tU"x
istence of th" late '...r, and it' :!t --t lii.Iosin- tho Courts..
jnstiee, aud so f-ir, ,.t least, as lb- parti'. Iuig.,ut were prri
diced, thereby, to -e. that they are 11 v i iopeiiy remc li' d.
Out they rann-t. nnd-r the dot 'e.i. ui-at of tl.o tiai--
sxcuse ibu willul ne;lig"iice 0: parli.- sopei intee.iirig t': .'
wu caiu- s pending 111 ai t while tire courts '.n r- p. u. I ...
this ca-e, the record '.hows 'hat th Jironry r -rm. ls-J',
the regular art'"araii'-e t- rni. but it fail- f. du.it ik .i' .
gstepg wera taken in the cau-e from ta..t tune uutil tbe Sept.in'
6 tier term. lH'4, wh-n the plaiutirt in ir- r w: r gulailv r.,
ied out, aud tor want of a plen, Judgment by l ftii.t was ta
ikiivii ttniui mm, .n'l n 1 it 'i iiiairv a.. ;ir-l. to Hie Lf
fjsuceer'iiug term. Ity Ia., the n.'wt r.cuiar term was in Jan
ittry, l-r... i,ul ue recor.i is sio-ui j to any st"ps faKen in tlie
ause, until the May teup. Is1 5, wh- a 1 lis- writ I inquiry
ecuted, and a judruent ha il ; ion'-tin.' d, en t! rdo . I .
jury, against the plaintitf in error, f- r '!..
Thus it appears, the court was ot . 11 at 1: . ,,m,,. ...
-,u January IV.", wh'n it a toe dutv ...f ih. pUiutiB :'u erroi
0 have given his cause the nee-ss' irv attention, and t'.i pr
uniption of law is, it coi'tiLiiei p .u, at i-.a-t moil after tL
;taw affect, d, under t'.e "r iiuan.-e ! - a adopted ju th-
th ef May. !!. to withdraw fr :n the I ni' 11. I-emi,-- i!..
whole puriod lllLTO IS to, evid.-l).'. thai tl:- t.'.l.llilt o. r..r
ave hi-cause the slight t attention, and h! .,wn iiJ.lmi
iied oa the motion to t a:dethe ju-Uumt Ly Kla-tlt, utter
ly fails to furnish any s.iti-rart . rj ej..Uv,. 1.., i,.; , igjarka
tie inattention. In laet. he doe- not pr. t- n 1 to ; - . ui.t fo.
this la:h-s at theaidiearar....- and s-e. i,ng t : m, (,ii,.. -,r.
iiDnt -aJ') nc had emploj .1 . oiui-t-l h ai h-. e.4i,,..t, .( l0 t..
leab'tH5"01 at ,!' SP'""'-" r '-sti-vn in l-. l, wb. n jud nent h ,
Hdetitult was taken, but that his attorney was a'.."nt att n .
i thi.'H'o important busme-s, but ho bad taken the precaution '.
E r:te to two other attorney t o ! .ek a ti -r hi . au-e i-j ,
lid I fin'-
I :hir b
1 at.t k.i
rj- bo through some misappreh nsioc
Joarticular cause t'atir attention, ai.
-rrori was not prestnt, fx-i.aus
was held iu Sept, inber, IV 1.
This is sneh gr"s nelijienr" tU.it to
without overruling iiie unir..rm eofte. .
State, f it more than a 411e.ri-.-r -.f a e utiirv
davit propoed to be read Coi a Uj ur,i.
iidguaent by e'eiault, esime t .0 lat.-, en I 1,
ythecourt. I he motion to s. I asi.bj t
'I te r.ve thi
te ,lmtir? iri
t.'.Mt t fi., coo r,
nd tiii-iaThe Judge will not suffer in the estimatioit of the?
. .. . Is .! r- .e,, .v.; .....,.vv.i.. a.-.....: r i. v : 1
Otl I -' 'il --e STi ecei'ie neui u.s uiuatoiaeie cta .-i miuu oi uic uii Let'
..e pa,uen u-ijo opposed an-l .ienounced htm through t
But hes &0.irm. 0f lovaltv men - onrst were loud sr., 1
those States and hold them as cmiqoered provinces.
Did he mean that ? He did, just as he said it. Is
eoneit.ered province a state or a territory .' ttp-j
It is a book of seven hundred pages, printed on tol-fj - ----- .
erably good paper, and handsomely bound. It i- CHANCERY COUET-ROGERSVILLE.H
principally composed 01 the material parts 01 uiejji
Muster-out Roll?, with a few remarks concerningj
and the community in liic e.pret-sioiiwould pronounce him a c;rc'at lawyer
.... - ...
n r sorrow til l h; nui' ic l"ivaven:ont .radical. 1 bat s the ruo.
Col. John Xetherland.
We are assured by excellent atithority that we
were mistaken in ciHssint; coionei einerianu
h ep when he signed
j3rj!.t, T-. ho was extolled Ly then,
L nion. Ine territories of the Lnitcd Statesi
are s much in the Union as the states.
-H-ndunuer this rule .f trcfe tl it rr;.. ... , t-. -N
;n !h- 'ct th- ,,.r.. HI. j rpr' ',...,,
lLh docket. W hon it w ,s reaeb' d. a m-.t- .i. ae, ; i.'-r- I, as
fl'iereinbeiore shown, to t .sil . the juogm-nt ' v d. fan't
rvTi hi'h, on th- fdlowing day. r-gnt-trly di.p si"..;. t:r 1
Th., 3 ,,n.l ;
' -'- au th,
-s .... rly r.-fui.i
Jfauit had 0:1 a fcr.11. r lav of tlj e t rai be,,, r. .,,1 ., 1." .
est foiloMing th-i-e-ilt-r. rati. .1 ,,,, .., ...'.'
Irgnment supported by t! " affidavit . f ,.. p.,,,,'- in
-eguiarly overruled ael diicharg-1 II. ,,u 4 '.,;.'
ion of the attorney ef the ph.i-.iin iu err- r to read the .r
'nd afti IsvTt, tnero was n . snt.-isiing niotiou to t' , , i
lit judgment in support of whb h it culd be r.i The rctr
al -1 the Circuit J'loiie togran: a now tr on tb eX.c,., .
.f the writ of inquiry is al.o a, gr, . ! a error." nu i wV i" '
t-ked to reverse n th-t -'.uut. Tbe t 'nr: .... '. ' '
bis court interfere! iu me.ttr ef pra ti , wit!, ,',.,;."''
I tne interior courts is too v. ell settled n-.w to admit ,...
roversy. But this discretion must al-.vav - i,. ,.. ... .
in arbitrary diser-tioa. If the latt-r, and it efitt.. ,.,,.
;ts of the actioa. it is the dutv of this y.lrt ;., i. , .r,,s
the pp.t ".tion of riht.
By au estaolished practice ,
ting in Naohvii;-, un i"r the
cau'-so:i the trial
i : .- ti. (
sioi.s ': t
oi.l t SO.
proposed rebellion, the government ought to en-i
hv n (trite- i f r.u jein. If f v , t :r .. ,j i. ... -...f
. . . El ' " Esl ' ' . , .. ijvuiiiiviiita sw w a. a a.vvjjw . iujj.,,. ,nS iae can proceeded n.itil all the cai:i- ai . . rtioned i,, ,i..
A" oCMS tEivsi; ihi: Mastes. rTlr,t wc"'i of t!l" term were pa-, d ; and ah-.i.t tin -.- hua jr- I
. ., ... . .. . ta au-es called on the d.K.k t ,.f th- . r. I we- k f the- t-r'u
the organization and operations of the regiment.- ':. ,TT. r ,,,.. . ...Mu,!"'y?u",w'lV4 a ' '-" i. wic.oeti.t.c-.e .iie.i
..... . . . .. -.- -j m r iir- i.i i.i . v r- . , , ui . ii.io: nil I r I .ill ' i:-..-io.sii'.iiosi i're.i
inriAnilO.-l To t :o r,-v la r.t aar-h Thi rnri HI msnYO A vj.sjj i.- ...... " - atuttFi . ., . .. '
rt t r "v .w... -- - a ! 1 . . fc n .... ,F3 our,, ami in-writ ... m.ii.:y e,e -.a.-i. i ,. attorn. -v f
ts-PCW IS incomplete, on account OI wn.ca Wiici-m .... ,,,-,., a.., .-., " ' ne piumtin in e. r. : prot-st-i e.en-i .oi- irr -giiarity. a:,d
.1 Hrowfilow h .lp.vrm!nl iwuft nn.rther VOI-O-h "..,.,.V:;i .h- .L '..t rlZ!5::??. 13-tin n--'-l - - t as,.i ti.- j-idgm-nt by d. i.,,u
...... w-hioh T.111 n.lv. . cKe kit. r.f the mil-Kulker -on. A.sicnees. and James T Shiel.U s t..Z A. fcS '." ""IT''1' '"" " " '' 'n-l eali.Tii e-t 1.,
-..nwui,aiiinciiv.iiii..iv.ii ... . n , ,, . ' ... .... " ' tjj 'lienr t-ut ill"- '"e1 art r-"i'i-...i .- tr ai I'i" .lill l.il i,i .ii'......-.
. . : i-i o- e . .-... . .iiin. an'i r. ... ,ini". vs. i -rv llle nice anrt nt tiers tt . - . . . 1 .1 . .. , ... . . -is t
?4iL.trv services oi paea omeer. or oi a inanv as ...... s - , .. . ... . i-sine motion to s-ias. i- t..e ii.i.m-in, r.t ...
Tho dilTer-Hne obtain. Tn rn-rW tr, fMrilitat the, work and vlv "T lY, uZ.1 . ' ..ler.".. ,'.',,f.n.'0 :! M '! .
ce li, one is a State, the other Territory. Now remake it perfect and complete every man wh hadMthe case of eh a. cox and other-. Bwrit.-f iu.iuirex-ot. i.' -i,eV.-..tou' u",:?lT-tij tl:'
, " " L.- . : .1 T,,nnCiO.H All perSO.H lllt-re-tej fa lll-r t. i.tti.n.t . I..l. ...;.. ' . .e.' .. . r... - . I'WIstU in eiio:
,ro, let us apply these features in the P-tical solution- - Zl VZJL
of the great questions before the country. ThePro-p0-biet make out and forward to the A'ljutanty : Hni?thflw 'lf1 b
double-headed Janus,' gposed aiaeudments to our Constitution which havegGeneral of the State a full and complete history of EROOKLHiT HEIGHTS SEMINARY, Prirv- Kru m th' am'ilTi nars a;..i -ciy in"
a ? services aurin ice war. rivic? nizv, tiui- t w. r , J' """M""r' i'''ii iih. uii
. n ' - I ! U,VTifrr ctt rr-r du. l- r V k:ion nf the writ of in.. 11 irv .! .. . .1 ...
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t- s . v, . i ti U'lfin h,r the v.ut hltMn VpM BI llieiuilll Ifit-rresi Ilirt Tit.Uu rt f..r . .- i . ,
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a 111 I I in iMr.'lltliktit rti- r. v .... .
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fth.tnl,; . . rperr to have .,
;; c . c... .i:.. ii. i Siir''"-' " . . -r . l'"' V..... ; ..... f ki.nnnit. Fn fr t., n.,., w . r : -'. -osresapi....
rii:aoleetive franchi-fc .rnpnt fnr thi sai. rf nftrtiri-i..,! e., "t t c sprvrp nn th flfthl r,f Ka.tlft - T r. -'fi .' ' irnn. .,.n ...for..... n t,a ,..tl.,Mu. a nl, ,i,a : :! .'
e" ' r-. ' i . ., - - nt yti ...-ii. v --. - 7. - i... . . . -s. u:, ne n ...,. ... .. ....
ol our sene of the nrivate an..-" A i-bivate letter from a l.nion resident -d .via-ovn-ioving envy accompany wretcnea man snamef-.paung in me jute roocnion, men ine population e,sui re. .u.,. iv,,v w Vrompvv re-w-?"--.;-'''-,,. tn P,;, P. T.u . of KniUri'ie f - n.iM..in.h. .;,!!,: :..'.r1'' t tn-tl,,: ,
e4 If this is not playing the
of Mc-'Ml'len wors mc;in nothing and acts are valueless.-
deceased hv alLelldiliL' his i'im.-i:.l whirl
Wiil take place nt 1. o'clock tO-,:,n i, Et Tn with the suPp -rters of Mc ? hing and acts are .a uelesS.-oeen present u oy Ingres, to tne states are, "Vp l' ; plae, oTAGCE SinSET, BtortK, 1 TT "
, !. . . t- ' j c t : i nv ... :c. hi I n.lr the n-iuimt ti,o.l,n,n .if nr Vroi.lont th.Llall freemen ot tha L nitad StatA pvemt Indians not'-? . . . ... ' te- .. ' r ,t!mi lil 1 vctiti'tiav rnn TTT V Pit ft: r rM . . D"t that Ins witm-.es were n
iietfOfCt''.. Ilini ;tn adj'iuriicd liKitin"" Ih S-'-delian. hc toipu iur iiuiiuiu. .e- me- iimuiu-n. --.'v, 'rj . w ' r piof re-idence at tne commencement oi iue war anassj1 i 'tcio i.iouiuiio.t ion tn a- tJifniun.-, ami n.at b.
..i . ... t. -i '' . ., ..' ..c . .' L-..A uUn thot bn is A surporterof the Franchise it .nes of the earth seem to have nsssed from folden. fltaxed, shall be citizens, eoual before tbe law. Tbat-Jnnnr P1ma nrmtnti ffiri th inilortanop of tliia JL I'CATIOS of vount: ladita baa bevn in tuccftil opera nt .f its order.
C i-th-irm l-c-r'liic i.un.. if Jau , !lLsw ftn?d of tbe rrcielltt Administration. His. ilvtr. br.zcn int0 the iron race described by He representation in Congress shall be in proportion tomatter through the columns of the Flag; and a&Tborou, in ... .he branch- of a .d.,..i.i tSf-
C ii."! " 1 U1 1' - c "i .tiioiciii..r ouu WBi USed bv the Johnson caucus here, in all.,4 ...-. v .., t ., i..M,i, r o.... v....i.. tr..-irseverv truly loyal man must feel a deep. interest ir.H-.mi n,di,e,i education, a pleasant home is furni-hed in theH'U'- -
f . II ..l,.... I 1 r ' m . . ilJ I tr Ulli rn t-l.t. Mill :i T 1 1 i I 1 SIT V - rjii-H 1TI HTI' rtUtj 1.111iCUa UJL LUH I rIW IM I V M Sl ML m . I11IL LliL 11 an i - r .. .
proieiuiKu ini-iiiiL-u. wno are aicni. :nu.,rci,Hi:itv. without his approval or Jinowieag. rrA, . , . J ' n - - Ai , " lpl:uin on record tbe names and deeds of th e na-.amny Gf ti Principal, who iiecmi attention is utn Toia-itue aninoruy 0i iw, f.r-
ODnortUUin to pai-uci .aie in ine M'ocred -rtynshvd c V'- ( Jimrs. " " " " " vr. t - " Ktnots, who at tneir country s can ieit tneir homes rs ",e"" vZZ, -,U enn,me .1, i7rh r s....t...h..rR1 r,.i ,....r.i .. . "." rrpr t,J " -"-iri.
tr. r.-u-.. o n-,,i full -..,! - ,'i.ev il- Jocr and tne violent are most esteemed, anafj'-icctive irancni-e. exeent for thn cvi39 ol Dartici-.iri.1 fm: :k to serve on the liBhl of hm - T r..' r.,,.,riii.n!r information, referenee can be made t, ?.,e.s. s on the in..no. ..t ,i " n-., , "C wit-
IDliS, Jtliet l- i.s ini. ..i.e. l-e.-l.VM C2 '53 1 s-s ...v.. iit.iai. .v. - - - - J- - - -- ; yj .a:s lis ull i K
"ss ' ... : : . . . . 3 , . .i. . M .- - . . . ... . . ... 1 .t. n.:il v t ,,.. ,-D1.re C Vbi .rv .nil James II. CTowAn n.i.ron. ivtl'oil.i Thi. n.l. .....n u..r....r. ..... . 1
rir.on ol our enc ot the r.nvate uu A I'RIvatk kttor from a Union resident "i Aia-pr-?vu-.ovins envy accompany wrotcnea man gnamepaung in me jate roociiion, men tne population f.urm tu.t .wu i promptly re.fc.4;'-- LV
. . . !' v - t .an., iv.... ,' "iu.niij i.i u.tHlU'-a rt'niA niMl nn..n t i. . -
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V i,..- ,a..,i t :. . CaLetrislaturc was to Pass a public act. using the term B . . - , . ti i.f.;;.,t t.0... .uom.h .r. t3 lne port wmcn nas pt teen issued will bej.
wiiii-li tuo ct.ui in ,uiie. ee. ... ...s, u,- f.n - , f- rf t. tfa Uni.n irmv. and U. . h:'. Z . ' M 3 I .T' - ' ' ." N1 w the ntJ "0urt W3 to be filed in theirMo A A DOZEN
xiuiiicc .'ia. iiaru.l ;,c; t xr-. .;. ...dr .nstri.eiai '-'llKl no ucieiice ngaiiisri, ei it. cucu au .t'b as iuu. f-sjiu sun umtcis. ui we uvveru.iiet... ... K.-ftnirf. inur?trulv. IM-Lllv
F. AT. McFall
JtesoheJ. That Hon. Horace Maynard i,his act t5gll bytheir newly reionnn1oti3'nl no defence against evil." Such an .ige as this, Ksons who as officer of the Government or Mate rilfJlwi
Clietirman. Hon. Thos. A, K. Xclson. Coif 'Governor. L dismal picture oftn drawn by moralists and poets,-jhave taken an oatb to support tho Constitution ofH
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BEOOiLS, AT .MANT
. prices to m-rehants at
COWAN, McCLl'KO A CO.
I-.-y rrom ; and on the w hoi" ci, we le, I cm- trained t
t-linrvinil Mfirani..,,,!, .. . ' " 1 " ran t
erned. Juoiui-nt reverted.
Atlett: J. ti. I'aiZig, llelk.
as.3-sm(.nt(.t ,Jbjiijs,,, Hr,rCl!1.