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Horace Maynard and Andrew Johnson. --The Nashville Gazette is responsible for the following: Several years ago we were present at a political meeting in the city of Nashville, listening attentively to an eloquent speech from a tall man, w he made it. "Well," said he, in a peculiarly soft and quiet way, "He is the meanest looking man in the State, except Andrew Johnson." Months after the occurrence of this little incident, another little incident occurred, and we have since kept e Post-Office, our country friend quietly inquired: "Who is that short man doing so much tall talking?" "That sir, is Andrew Johnson, of East Tennessee," we answered. Giving what he had to remark the emphasis of words rude to cars polite, our friends polite, our friend then gave it as his firmly, settled conviction that Andrew Johnson was the meanest looking man in the State, except Horace Maynard." Now, who that has seen and treason — can decide which of the two has the meanest physiognomy?