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LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION.
Thursday Evening. March 22. 1866
THE PRESIDENT AND STEVENS.
We print the following extract from a
Washington lptter in the Xew York
K nlpnsnnt storv was told me vesterdav,
which showi the. President stands by hit
nartv. even bv those members who some'
times attack him: and that if he is im
patient of attack, and ready enough to
retort m woras, ne aoes not oenr biiuit,
It is ftfti il that a eentleman from Penn
sylvania, an old friend of Mr. Thaddeus
Stevens, made application for a postmas
tership, and asked Mr. Stevens to help
him with Ihe President Mr. Stevens re
plied: "Yon know lam not supposed
to stand well with the President ; per
haps mv good word for yon won't help
yon. However, I'll do whet I can." He
wmis nn ke hark nf the aDDlication a
brief note to the President, saying, " Mr. J
desires to w appoiniea io mr piw-
mastership at . 1 have known him
many years, and know that he will make
a fnith'tnl and capableofficer.''
The learer of this missive went to Mr.
Johnson with it, who read it. and imme
diately wrote under it, "Let the appoint
ment be made."
The Democrats who come here from
Connecticut and Pennsylvania, to beg a
few crumbs of comfort from the Presi
dent, go back with long faces. They do
not get much encouragement at the i kite
Similar statements we have observed
from t'me to time in the Radical press.
They do not seem inclined to turn the
President over to the Democrats. They
oppose his policy, throw all possible ob
stacles in the way of its success, but
claim all the offices at his disposal The
Democrats, while they support that pol
icy and praise its author, do not appear
to expect any reward in the way of pat
ronage. Vai.lasdigha, who sustains
the President, could not have one of his
friends appointed to offioe, while Stb
vens, the bitterest enemy he baa to en
counter, ran. It is also said that Mr.
Johssos employs the term " Copper
head," in speaking of the Democracy
who have rallied to him. If the Radical
press is to be believed, he expresses
freely his distrust of the sincerity of the
motives which influence them to support
him. And what is not a little remarka
ble, the Democratic papers neither deny
the fact, nor attempt to account for it
Under the circumstances, if the Democ
racy still shall persist in their support of
him, will they not prove the disinterest
ednesss of their conduct? It is proba
ble that the President regards himself as
the hpad of the Republican party, and in
the distribution of offices, selects the
least ultra material.
We have no idea that the Joiiksox
Club of Memphis intends to be under
stood to be in the interest of the Re
publican parly. Confined in its action
to the bare mailer of endorsing and sup
porting the reconstruction policy of the
President, it need not be so considered.
It would rather take the character of
Democracy, sustaining the efforts of the
Conservative Republicans to re-adjust the
Union, and when the proper time arrives,
fight on the side of the great party to be
organized in opposition to the Radicals.
A Democrat, as such, who would go up
to the White House and ask Mr. .Ioh.V
on to give him an oflice, ought to come
away with a " long face." A recognition
by hiin of the Democratic party, as his
supporters, would have the effect of turn
ing against him the whole Republican
party. Left to such support as a disor
ganized, dispirited Democracy might
offer him, he would fail of success in
pacifying the country. Naver did any
man, in any position, select his measures
with more judgmsr.t As a Radical, he
could never have restored peace and the
Union, though he carried with him all
political power. There are elements as
nnconqueraMe as Banqco's ghost, and
could not have been kept down. He
could only succeed by throwing off the
mantle of party, and presenting himself
to the country in the higher role of pa
triot and statesman.
We appropriate much of our space
this evening to letter of Buowstow's.
It il the rarest document that Las yet
emanated from the pen of that person
Read it, and then flatter yourself, reader,
ht rnu have advanced another stop in
the knowledge of human nature. It is
of some credit to the worst of men, that
they can maintain consistency. William
1. Bbowsi.ow is inconsistent He says,
reference to the leading men in the
l-er portion of the State :
1 J . 1 - M.Atvai1 An hrftlc
. - wora, iu) .v .....
6 1 the Government, and they expect
" .out their scnetnr-a
hallot a man nf randor can
wP'jieaa as loyal and kindly dis-
r l.mJery to e, i this
V Hnpn and treachery. Idenot
vndV J.?nC. " m cpporUniitiet
ur ''arn ",-r temper and ultimate
;,urpo' otk .rat aote 0, mott
ComPrt xr. .,.,, with that
-Tt Um wt,.l tt,ir
purpose it, h doel BOt
stand them, by what authority do he
insist that (bey are resolved on breaking
up the Government
HO KOBE WHITE STATES.
Theodore TilTotf, as the Cincinnati
Commercial observes, has a protracted
fit of imlitical insanity. His leader Inst
week had the wonderful head line, No
More White States," and goes the whole
figure for the exclusion trom me . n
of every Slate not now in full relations
to the General Government thai does not
give the negroes the right of suffrage.
Theodore is a philosopher, and neglects
to tell us how long be could hold posses
sion of the political power of the coun
try, standing upon such a platform as
that The people are stiff necked, Tuxa
Pore. . Do not insist upon conquering
their prejudices immediately by double
; C. C. CLAY.
The New York Commercial aska
pertinently enough-" Why is Ci.emsxt
C. Ci.aT kept in confinement? Why is
h. nnt "tr ed ? Mr. HAT stirreniu-rru
nlmsplf to meet the charges preferred
against him in Staktox's indictment of
the assassins. He hasasked foratriaL By
the Constitution, by the laws, by publi
opinion, by safe precedent, by the claims
of instiee, he is entitled to a speeu
trial, ortoanimmediatereli a.se. .Messrs.
Stephens, MaM.ort, Skddos and others,
members of the Confederate Govern
ment, are all at large. Mr. Ci.at, who
has this ohjection against him, is kept in
rlnae confinement. A great wrong, ana
one that ought to be remedied, is done."
! BURIAL OF A SLATE.
While in Virginia, says the Augusta
Transcript, Major Crtmp had disinterred
the body of Daxif.i., his faithful servant,
ho followed him throngh thiclc ami mm
... 1 1 1
during the war, until he was Kiiieci on
the 2jth of March, lastyear, near Peters
burg. On that day it was erroneously
reported that his master had been killed
on the field, and it was while seeking
his body that Dasiei. was killed. Having
an affection for his servant, easily appre
ciated by all Southern gentlemen, the
Major sought and obtained the body
nnder a flag of truce, hnd it bnried, and
has now brought it home to rest amid the
graves of his kipdred.
" PAT ABLE IN HEAVEN."
The State Treasurer recently received
i a package of money from the Treas
urer of Cass county, a twenty dollar bill,
;,mH hv the Treasurer of the United
States, made patable in Hearen, and the
angel Gabriels name affixed as cashier.
The note was issued oy mo-.iauuum
Bank of Jeffersonville, and is genuine.
The bank, however, refuses to redeem it,
and we understand a siiit will be brought
br Mr. Morrison for its recovery. A etc
That note can never circulate, the
legal question must be submitted to the
clergy, as the " gentlemen of the bar"
ate not supposed to have any ncqtinint
ance with the place of payment.
THEN AND NOW.
We all know where Senator Wade note
stands, and how he talks; but where was
he on the 18th of Decemlier, 1SC0?
Then, in addresving the Senate upon the
state of the country, he remarked:
"I do not so much blame the people
of the South, because I think thoy hnve
been led to believe that we, to-dar the
dominant party, who are about to take
the reins of government, are their mortal
foes, and stand ready to trampie uieir
institutions under foot They have been
told so by our enemies at the North, and
they would not hear us at all.''
GOLD AND BUYER.
The value of gold and silver bullion
assayed by the public and private assay
ers, during the year 1865, amounted to
$G3.2.'iO,000, of which sum jfi,000,000
was the Talue of bullion assayed in the
Pacific States. Estimating the value of
the unassayed bullion at jOO.OoO.OOO,
the total value of treasure produce! in
lflfij amounted to fCl.OOO.OOO, an in
crease in two years of $13,000,0(1(1.
EayDuring the occupation of Wil
liamsburg in 18C3, the original copy of
the charter of the city, granted during
the reign of Gcoroe I., was supposed to
have been lost or destroyed. It has re
cently been restored by Col. W. R.
Bnown, of the lfith New ork, who
found it in a heap of rubbish while his
regiment was stationed in the place
JSThe Talladga (Ala.) Iiejx.rlcr
states that Gen. Cobras, late Chief of
the Ordnance Department of the Confed
erate States, and the Hon. F. S. Ltox
and others, have recently purchased the
late site of what was known as the Bibb
County Iron Works, and are clearing up
the rubbish preparatory to rebuilding
the works at once.
SQTTbe people of Galena, III , have
been startled by two suicides, one that of
Miss Mart Jake Davis by poison, she
having been seduced and cruelly aban
doned by a young man of that place.
The other that of Edgar Crocker, re
cently ont of the army, from the effects
JSTJostFH Mato is np again for the
Mayoralty of Richmond, and will proba
bly be elected.' He was removed from
office last year by the military; but,
according to the Republic, Las become
so thoroughly reconstructed since, that
no objection will be made to his exercise
of the office. '
Brtf According to general instructions
issued to Government agents, hnrsoaand
mules abandoned by the United States
armies in the course of military opera
tions will not be seized, unless under in
structions from competent authority
herewftet to be issued.
t&" It is reported in London that up
ward or 300,000 have been privately
subscribed for the Atlantic Telegraph
Company, and an appeal will probably
be made to the public for 250,000, to
complete the manufacture of new cables
with a view to another attempt at sub
merging them during the present yesr. .
fe?" A great many of the Southerners
who took up their residence in tanaa
durinc the war have taken their depar
ture. Major General Breceikbiopb
still at Toronto. The Rev, Stoart Rob
ixsov. of Louisville, Ky., it is said, is
about to return to his pastoral charge.
SttTA dispatch from Indianapolis say
the platform and ticket or the Democratic
Slate Convention are very acceptable to
the conservative cifucns of the State
and will unite all elements of opposition
to the Radical Republicans in the fa"
BeyGeneral Shkrmax has written a
letter (which General Grant indorses)
recommending the employment ol in
dians on the frontier and on the prairies
an mounted scouts, relieving our cavalry
from .harassing duty, which involves
larpe expense when they are employed
ESTHenrtS. Footk is in Washing
ton, nnd is urging the passage, by the
Senate, of the resolutions of his son-in-
law, Senator Stewart, of Nevada, giving
the South universal amnesty foruniversul
suffrage. It is well understood that Foots
wrote the resolutions.
8TGEORr.E A. Tben-holm, Confede
rate Secretary of the Treasury, has pre
sented to Bishop Davis, of South Caro
lina, the property known as the Orange
burg Female Seminary, for the purpose
of a theological school
ST The friends of Washington Col
lege, Virginia, of which General Lee" is
President, have already contributed forty
or fifty thousand dollars toward the en
dowment of one hundred thousand
laJTA New York merchant named
Hermann-, while on his way Last in a
sleeping car on the Michigan tentral
railroad, on the 13th. had his pocket
picked of 5G000 in United States bonds
and $15,000 in currency.
tSTA fire occurred at Jacksonville,
Fla., on Saturday last, which destroyed
several stores. The office of the L mon
newspaper establishment was, totally de
stroyed. ' ' -
EST The surgeon of the city hospital
at Montgomery informs the Mail that
there have been one hundred and fifty-six
deaths from small-pox in that city, since
the 17th of November last.
EES' The first number of anew German
daily appeared in Nashville on Satur
day. It is to be thorongbly Radical in
politics. Nashville now has eight dailies
the same as Cincinnati.
tT The city of St, Paul, Minn. , having
refined to settle a claim of $15,000, which
the Gas Company alleges is.due to it, the
gas has been shut off from the streets and
public buildings. .
L6T Hon. Jons Vas Burkh, with a
party of friends, arrived in Charleston
bv the Quaker City on the 13th. He
intends a trip to Savannah and the Flor
SF Near Kingsport, Tenn., on Fri
day, the 9th inst, Mabtij Roleb shot a
man by the name of McIxtorh, inflicting
injuries of which he died on Monday
EST If minorities, instead of majori
ties, are to rule in this State, the Radi
cals will do.it, for they will always be the
BfoTThe Civil Rights Bill was laid before
the President on Saturday. The impres
sion is strong that he will sign it.
83 Several car loads of provisions
have bf en sent from HunUville, Ala., to.
destitute persons in Cherokee county.
LETTER FROM GOVERNOR BKOWHLUW.
Eis Views of the President's Folicy-Ten-
Washixctox, Mar, h 1C The follow
ing letter from Governor Brownlow was
read by Hon. William D. Kelly, during
his recent lecture in Philadelphia:
Kashvills, March 8.
Hon. Wm. D. Kellr. IIoue of Representatives:
nviaRiB-. Inclosed I aend you a copy
of my proclamation, trom which you will
Wm that a faction of twenty-one disor
ganizes here, in the true spirit of the
late iniquitous rebellion, have withdrawn
and reduced our House of Representa
tives brlow a Quorum. -I need not add
further remarks, as the proclamation
fully discusses the points at issue.
On Fridnv last the election of county
officers took place throughout the State, j
such as 1 lerks, rerius, jusuces, j rus-tees-and
Tax Collectors ; and in Middle
and West Tennessee the rebels have
made a clean sweep, turning the Union
men out and electing their owa candi
dates, who electioneered tor office on the
ground that they were rebels, and had
either served in the rebel army, or in
some other capacity had given their in
fluence to the cause of treason and
When Richmond fi ll and Lee surren
dered, rebels, and many who sympa
thized with them, were very respectful
to Union men often obsequious; guilty
culprits! they evidently feared arrest
and punishment, and felt that to be let
alone and allowed to live was all they had
a right to expect. But since pardons
have been so multiplied, and no man is
punished, they hnvo everywhere become
impndent and defiant, until in roost
rounties in Middle and West Tcuneaaee
it is disreputable to have bea a Union
man, or, as a Southern man, to have
served in the Union army. And matters
are growing worse, the reconstructed
traitors openly tuning loyal men, and
threatening them with shotting or lanc
ing, boasting that they have the Presi
dent on their aide, while we all feel that
the President's policy is ruinous to ua.
When I put the President ia nomina
tion at Baltimore for the Vice Presidency,
I felt that he had so thoroughly commit
ted himself to the Union cause, and had
been so badly treated by tte rebels, it
was impossible for him ever to get around
to them again ; but I give hira up as lost
to the Union partv, and as the man who
ia to bead the rebels end Democrats.
Everr rell in all this country, every
ex-goerrilla chief, is loud andenthueiastic
in praise of the President The men
who but a few months since were cursing
him as an Abolitionist and traitor, and
wishing him execute'd, at now for exe
cuting all who daro to oppose his policy
or even doubt its success. . .
There is twice the amount of bitterness
and intolerance in the South to-day to
ward the Union, as at Lees surrender.
Ah. nf Tnion men. of the radical ma-
ioritv in. Coneress, and self-assumed
a,,ni.r!nritv on the part of Southern
chivalrv, have arisen to such a height
thatloval men cannot travel on a steam
boat or in a railroad car, without being
insulted. As it was during the war, so it
ia now all concessions Irom the. .North,
or from the majority in Congress, are
remirded aa evidences of fear. All the
nld rhnl nanirs of 1301. and many new
ones, are in full blast, threatening Con
gress and the North with ultimate vea
o-eance. and boasting of Southern prowess.
The most popular men in the
largest portion of Tennessee tcAday
are the men mosi uiauncuiHiieu
for the hostilitv to the North, and what
mev are rtieaseu iu i-u mu tn,unm
Conirresa. ' and they are the class of men
selected to fill offices, as the late county
elections show. The same is true of the
entire South, only to a greater extent I
In a word. theVBre resolved on breaking
up the Government, and they expect to
carry out their schemes through the ballot-box.
And how men of candor and
ntellieence can represent them as loyal
and kindly disposed is n mystery to me,
even in this age of rebellion and treach
ery. I do not understand them, and my
opportunities for learning their temper
and ultimate purposes are as good as
those Oi most men.
Why, sir, many of them are expecting
the President to disperse Congress with
the bayonet, as Cromwell dispersed the
long Parliament The Southern heart is
rapidly being fired to deeds of war, and
all this, and more, as 1 believe, has been
caused by the mistakes of the President.
His plan for trusting rebels with their
State Governments has had an effect ex
actly the opposite of what he intended.
It has ruined the prospects of the Union .
men, and they feel that there is no safety
for them, unless Congress shall choose
to protect them. Even three days ago
Gn. Thomas had to send troops into i
Marshall county, some sixty miles dis
tant, to protect loyal men and frecdmen,
who were fleeing for safety, and coming
to tnis city. : .
So far as I am individually concernd, i
the intemperate abuse of rebels, t,;8
denunciation and blackguardism of their j
reconstructed journals, the threats of
personal violence from the amnestied
patriots, and the anonymous letters of
cowards threatening my assassination,
all fall harmless at my feet. No earthly
power can drive me from the support of
the men and party who fought the bat
tles bf the late war, nnd put down the
Very respectfull, your ob t serv t,
. G. Browxlow,
Governor of Tennessee.
Washixot6k, March 19.-
S EX ATE
Mr. Fesscnden rose to a personal expla
nation; he found in the National In
telligencer, of the 17th inst., a letter
from Wm. L. Graham, a claimant for a
seat in the Senate from North Carolina,
n reply to his (ressenden sj remarks ot
the 15th inst This letter of Mr, Gra-
am's was intended to convey the im
pression that the investigations were not
Mr. Uraham bad written to bim (res-
senden) making two requests: One that
witnesses suggested by hira (Graham)
should be examined by the Senators and
Representatives from the Southern States
should be present to cross examine the
The last request was not complied with,
because it was not customary in cases of
investigation by commissions, and be
cause the proceedings of the court were
not in the nature of a criminal examina
tion where cross-examinations were ne
cessary. He (Fessenden) did not regard
he representatives of the lately rebel
ious States in the light of criminals on
trial, nor was he acting in the capacity
of a prosecutor regarding the error of
Mr. Uraham. It was his belief that the
testimeny had closed ; because it had
been ordered to be printed it had not
closed, except in the case of Tennessee.
In the case of North Carolina no testi
mony had yet been printed, it nil being
n the bands of iMr. Howard, ot Michi
gan, now absent on account ot domestic
Mr. Davis in reply to Mr. Fessenden
advocated the right of the claimant for
seats as Southern Senators and Ki pre
sentatives to be present and examine
witnesses. Mr. Davis proposed to read
Mr. Graham's statement in the Intelli
gencer. Having rend lor an hour he was
called to order by .Mr. Chandler, who in
sisted that there was no question before
Mr. Fessenden said we bad yielded to
Mr. Davis for him to road Mr. Graham's
letter, but it was evident now tlint he was
reading the editorial and news columns
of the newspaper.
Mr. Davis said that be was reading an
explanation of the case by Major Law
At the conclusion, Mr. tessenuen rose
to say that if Mr. Graham desired to in
troduce further testimony in the care ot
North Carolina, he could do so.
Reported for the Public Ledger.
VECY LATEST FK0M ALL POINTS
New Yore, March 22 The steamer
Australian, from Liverpool the 10th, has
The United States steamer Canan
daigua left Kingston on the f.lh for the
North of Ireland.
Relations between Prussia and Austria
continue bad. Austria had solicited Eng
land for mediation, which Lord Claren
Cotton, buoyant and a trifle higher;
ales of 20,000 bales middling upland at
191; consols, G; five-twenties, TO;
flour, dull; wheat, in moderate demand,
atlOPlOs.; beef and poik, firm ; bacon,
li t 2d. higher.
T Atlantic T-lgraph Company
unanimously adopted a resolution ap
proving the arrranement with the Anglo-American
Teh graph Company for
laying the cable this year. It n ex-
pected that the Great Eastern will leave
Sheerness about the last of Jue with the
The President's speech at Washingtor.
ia being verjgenerally applauded. The
Timet warm'y eulogised it. The ..ftrt
gives a very qualified approval and b.t-
terlv denounces Bancroft's oration.
In the House of Commons the Parlia
mentary oath bill was read the second
time, after D'lsrae'i had given notice of
an amendment which will make the oath
recognize the supremacy of the Queen,
and acknowledge allegiance to her suc
The reform question Is actively di
cuased by the papers.
Gladstone's announcement is anX'
The rail Mall Gazette considers it
certain that the Russell ministry must
soon dissolve, whether defeated upon
reform or not
The Irish police are carrying out vig-
ilv their extraordinary powers. Ar
rests are numerous. Nine men were
arresteil at Cork, just after landing from
Two towsj commissioners of Queens-
town have been arrested.
Various ruuiors arc afloat as to Ste
phens. One is tba be very recently
escaped to France, but the police believe
him still iu Dublin and continue, the
The first conference relative to princi
palities will be held in Paris the 12th inst.
The Bank of r ranee gained during the
week nearly eighteen million francs'."
Mmirse steady at C! 75.
It is stated that the Austrian Minister
of Foreign Affairs has been authorized to
make a fresh treaty with the Mexican
Government, for the completion of an
Austrian volunteer corps for Mexico.
Bombay, March 7. Markets remain
Calcttta, March 5. Goods still un
Liverpool, March 10. Fish oil inac-
.... i . i 1
live; sperm oil .tos; linseed on steaay
at 400241s. Cd. Rosin, American, 6s. 3d.
(n 7s. Turpentine, French, 4js. Cd.fnGs.
Petroleum dull; refined 2s.
Loxdok, March J0.-Breadstuffs un
changed. Indian corn 31s. Iron quiet;
Scotch pig advanced to 79a. Sugar firm.
Coffee steady. Tea quiet Rice dearer.
Tallow dull Spirits of turpentine 45s.
Cd. American is held for higher prices;
English bas been reduced 4. per cwt.
Russian troops were concentrating on
the Pruth, but not in single regiments.
It is reported that the insurgents in
Shira had made submission to the Turks.
Toronto, March 22; -The rumor gains
strength that 10,000 more men will soen
be ehlled out by the Government, though
there is no downright panic here. The
feeling is that the Fenian danger is not
over. A demonstration from across the
line ia looked for shortly. Great enthu
siasm prevails among the volunteers, who
Ten thousand troops were on parade
Toronto, March 22. It was stated
here yesterday, on the best authority,
that the Canadian government has re
ceived offers of 180,000 men for service.
In field orders issued some companies in
the country districts are to move to the
Montreal, March 22. The excite
ment here has almost disappeared. The
Grand Trunk .Railroad Company organ
ized its employes into a defensive corps.
The Stratford Volunteers moved for
ward as far as Chatham.
It ia reported in official circles that
Government ha? been informed that the
Fenians have resolved to make an at
tempt to enter via Rouse Point and make
the Isle of Noix their base of opera
tions. Pittsbcro, March 22. River fourteen
feet and stationary.
Washington, March 22. The House
has passed the" bill making appropria
tions for legislative, executive and judi
cial expenses of Government
The bill to amend the act of March 3d,
18G3, in reference to the habeas corpus,
in certain cases, has passed.
The House is in Committee of the
Whole on the Consular Appropriation
Brow'n's bill in the Senate authorizes
the Kansas and Neosho alley road to
construct a road and telegraph from the
eastern terminus of the Union Pacific
Railroad, eastern division, to the mouth
et the Kansas river; through the eastern
tier of counties te Red river, to connect
with the railroad from Galveston to
Preston, and with the branch to Fort
Smith. It gives the right of way to two
hundred feet in width, and the privilege
of taking needed material from public
It authorizes the issue of construction
bonds, of one hundred dollars each, the
Government to guarantee the interest
thereon for twenty years, on condition
that the Company pay the bonds at ma
turity, and keep the road in repair, the
Secretary of the Treasury to take posses
sion of the road, in defanlf of anch ful
The Senate passed the bill authorizing
the establishment of telegraphic com
munirution between the United States
nnd the Wert Indies, requiring the com
Dlrtion of the work in three years.
. Montgomery (Ala.) advices, of the
lCth. to the chief officer of the rreed
men's Bureau, informs bim thai cholera
has made its appearance at Mobile, but
the report was not traced to any reliable
Mataka. March 17. The French
steamer Panama, from Vera Cruz on the
13th, arrived yesterday. She has little
news of importance. Considerable indig
nation has been caused by the publica
tion that the cholera was rging here,
itorn not lMn! a sincle cae aa yet
The small-pox is decreasing.
The liriila baa an account of the de
feat and capture of the- Juarists under
Pnorpiero, Lina, Per, Lopex, OraJioro
.,1 vinnm The leaders escaped. The
time and place are not stated.
General Almonte has been appointed
Minister to France, vice Hidalgo,
r Yoar. March 221130 A.M.
Toiton. nominal at 4rX?4le. Gold. 2t
Exchange, nominal at 8.
The Washington correapoadent of the
Rt Inia Itrpvblican, thus writes of a
case pending before the Supreme Court :
For the last week the classic and quiet
chamber of the Supreme Court ot the
United States has been the scene of in
tense interest The military trial at
the capital of Indiana, for conspiracy
against the Government of the Union,
which terminated in the sentence of death
against three of the accused parties, and
which sentence wns subsequently com
muted by the President to imprisonment
for life, has been brought up for review
before the hiahent tribunal of the land.
The condemned parties were members ef
the secret order of the "Sons of Liberty,"
and the circumstances of the case, creat
ing at the time general and alarming ex
citement throughout the West, are no
doubt familiar to your readers.
The prisoners Milligan, Bowles and
Horsey having during the past summer
applied to the District Court of Indiana
for the writ of habeas corpus, and the
Judges being divided, their disagreement
as been certified to the Supreme Court
for its decision.
NEW MEMPHIS THEATRE.
Aotin anil 8 1 aire Maniurer W. C. THoapaiia
finite Uireclnr . ...J. lluxTLUT
Fonrth appearance of the popular American
On Thursday Evening, March 22d, 1866,
Will be performed the Dramatie Romance, in
flveactt, aa oncinnllr played br Mr. Proctor
: , l ii.i !L.. . : . l' l
A M HI T I O N
Or, The Tomb, the Throne and the Bcaffold.
Kthelwooit (Marquis of Durham and Karl of
Derby) Mr. Joseph Proctor.
Friday Benefit of Mr. Joseph Prootor.
In reheamnl " Jucl Cle ; or, the K
BOOTS, AND SHOES.
GEJfTS FINK CALF COXGRESS OAI
tera. Uonta flue serge tonirress (laitcri.
Uenis' fine Calf Buckle Oxford Ties,
dents' tine I'el. drain Buckle Oxford Tin.
dents' fine lioat Oxford Ties,
(tents' fine Seree Oxford Ties
ftenta' fine (URtnm.lnnde Calf Boots.
Alio, numerous other vaiioties of Boots and
Shoes just received from the manufacturers, and
lor sale very low by
mar22-lm tfi'A Jefferon street.
AT NO. 40 MADISO.N S'XKKKT 100 BAn
rela Sweet Potatoes fir sal,- by
11 ALi1jE.IV X LLblD.
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Offloe, Boom No. 10,
Jefferson Street, between M:iin and Front
titreets, Memphis, Tenu.
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO
treatment of disease of the Lungs and
Throat Dinewes of the Liver, Heart,
Kplcen, Eidnoye and Hpine. Ncnralgia,
Nervous Headnehe, Rheumatism, Dyspep
sia and Chronic Diseases of Stomach and
boneln. Also the varioiu forms of Female
Disease- , -
a-0fiee hours from 9 o'cloek a.m. to 9
o'clock p. m. fel-3mij
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Calculus, Urnvel or Brick Dust
Deposit, and all Diseases of
the Bladder, Kidneys,
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For Weaknesse arifing from Ex
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Those suffering from Broken-down or Deli
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The reader must d ' v-.
may betheattack of the above disease, it is sure
to affect his bodily health, mental Dowers, hep-ln-..
and that of his posterity. Our flesh and
blood are supported from .hem sources.
rnrsiciAxs, riEASE notice
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Bacha, Cubeb. ana juniprr i-r,,., ....
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tilnlinns throiirhoml the land.
Direct tellers lo
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Dro.2 and Chemical Warchonsc,
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HELM COLD'S MEDICAL DEPOT
104 f ,uth Tenth Street (below Chestast),
Sold by DiuggisU Everywhere).
Beware of counterfeits1. Ak for Helaj-
SIMPSON, HADDEN & CO.
203 FRONT NTREET,
HAVB JUST RECEIVED AND OFFER
low to those who wish to buy for CASH,
the following articles :
KEW ORLEANS FUOAR.
NEW OKLUANfl MOLASSES.
CRUKHED POWD'RD SUGAR.
BEST RIO COFFEE.
ellllAR CURED HAMS.
LARD, in keg and tierces.
FLOUR XXXX. Eiwle Mills.
FLOUR, Desoto Mills.
FLOUR, Mad river Mills.
FLOUR, Prairie Mills.
FLOUR, St. Louis Mills.
fLOUR, Lillian Mills.
LOUR. Oxford Mills.
CKJARS assorted brands.
SODA, in kega and boxes.
SARDINES, in V, and boxes.
MACKEREL, in barrels.
MACKEREL, in M barrels.
OYSTERS, in cans.
FRESH PEACHES, in cam. .
TOMATOES, in cans.
OREEN PEAS. in. cans.
AXLE GREASE, in cans.
SOAP embracing varioiu kinks.
GARRETT'S SNUFF, in bottloj.
FRESH COTTON SEED.
SALT, in sacks Liverpool. .
SALT, In barrels. ,
And other articles too numerous to mention.
We solicit consignment of Cotton and other
Produce, and Dromise to SDare no efforts in
selling the same at the highest market rates.
Liberal advances made on cotton In store.
SIMPSON, HADDKN A CO.,
jalt-.lra-.IO 2t Front street
BOOKS and STATIONERY
107 MAIN STREET,
W. Z. MITCHELL,
A full Stock of
Biblea, Hymn Books, f rarer Books
Testaments, Juvenile Books,
' Novels, Maaonto Books,
ALL OF WHICH ARE OFFERED AT THE
Lowest Market Priotu. Call and examine
onr goods. ial0-3ir
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
MONSARRAT, LANIER A CO.,
WE HAVE FOR SALE ONE OF THE
best plantations on the Mississippi river,
near Kentucky Bend, in Washington county.
Miss., containing 250(1 acres; 12P0 in cultivation,
41 Ml more thoroughly deadened, and all under
fence, and all above Ibe highest water. Im
provements are of the best character, consisting
of a very large new Gin bouse. Grist and Saw
Mill, a tlneSU-horse power engine, arood, com
fortable and roomy dwelling, plenty of excel
lent quarters for hands. This place will be told
at a great bargain if immediate application is
MONSARRAT. LANIER ft CO.
A. NKYV 1 V K I. L. I IN Ci ,
CONTAINING SEVEN ROOMS, ON PON
totoc street, near Main.
A I WELLING on Alabama street, near Win
chester, rontain ing eight rooms, hall, etc.
F.inhty four feet on Poplar street, extending
through to Washington, srith a eomfortablo
frame 'fj.gARRAT LANtER CO.
Frlday Morninjr, March 21
" AT 11 O'CLOCK,
TK SHALL SELL. ON" TIIK rr.rMipr.
twenty beautiful LOTS, situated on H al
nut. P arret U and Rnbeana atreets, ia Hill'
Sub-division. Just at the head of ance street
end M.t of theSt.Agnej Academy. These lots
have a front of 51 feet and extend back 14) feet
to 1 feet alleys. .... .
The loettion of tbee Lota are unsarpaased
for healthfulnesa. and are ia a rapidly improv
ing section, and when the street railways ari
completed will be. for all practical purpose, at
convenient for res.deiwt aa kits costing ten
time, aa much. The title to this property n
indtspawhla. Fala positive and unreserved.
Temi libera!, taco lot will be Unlet out na
day of sale, so that arebatera will aee the
groaad they are bnvr. .
MoNoARRAT. LAZIER CO..
Auotiooeere aad Real Eautt Brokers.
de.15-la-aaar Irving Block.
Dealer in y
p . 1 SCHOOL wP J2