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General Grant on the Rebels. --Lieutenant-General U. S. Grant, with several members of his staff, passed through this place on last Sunday morning, en route for Washington city. He was returning from a tour through several of the Southern States. At Jonesborough, Doctor Sevier introduced him to a large crowd. Among the crowd was one who had fought pretty hard on t'other side, who, while hobbling up to the General, remarked: "I fought that man pretty hard, but I would like to see him." Lieutenant-General U. S. Grant, with several members of his staff, passed through this place on last Sunday morning, en route for Washington city. He was returning from a tour through several of the Southern States. At Jonesborough, Doctor Sevier introduced him to a large crowd. Among the crowd was one who had fought pretty hard on t'other side, who, while hobbling up to the General, remarked: "I fought that man pretty hard, but I would like to see him." The General answered: "That does not keep you from being a good citizen; I had as soon see you as anybody." If those in authority in this State would recognize this fact, and act accordingly, we would soon have quite a different state of affairs.--Bristol (Tennessee) News.
Discharge of civilians. --General Grant has issued an order directing all department commanders to discharge at once all civilians employed in their commands, except clerks whose services cannot be dispensed with. In all cases where necessity requires a continuance of the work now performed by civilians, such as contract surgeons, wagon masters, teamsters, &c., men will be detailed from the ranks for such duty.
Garland, took the ground that the President's pardon restores his client to all his former rights, and that this bar to his entry into national courts as a practitioner is therefore unconstitutional. Attorney-General Speed replied, maintaining the constitutionality of the oath. The argument was listened to with much interest by a large assemblage of legal gentlemen. It will be continued on Friday next. The Cabinet meeting yesterday was long and important, lasting until 3 o'clock. General Grant was present. It is understood that the matter of the reorganization of the army was considered. Horace Maynard being asked what he thought of the prospects of the Tennessee delegation since the last action of the House, said he thought Thaddeus Stevens had the whole Southern Confederacy in his breeches pocket, and meant to keep it there for a good while. It is reported that General Butler, who is now in this city, is soon to uncork the several vials of his wrath upon the head