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rur.LianED r,Y ax APsoaATiox of rr.iNTr.ns. office on hunters' alley, between union and deapeiuck stkeets.
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1882.
Ims"iV"mi ' ' V
' '.J I H I 17 It H hi 1 11 ui m 51 IM -V
i.-r a in 1 y i 1 u ri 1 1 va 11 . 1 1 1 1 m 1 1
iAW II ivy ;y )y 'y
Mm CCountn ct)irrttorn.
JOHN HUGH SMITH, .V.ijf.r.
Wil l UM HUNK, U'ctwA'r.
JOHN CIU 311IU:y", .V.iriW.
' l)itl tUnhnU-W. H. WIIVlDM.ii, A. C. Turl.iT,
anil .laran A Vtm-la.
llerUaflh V.irlefJolin rbnmlilrjr ,v-offh nrl ;
Jin I . Hya,eennrl ; awl .lob" RriUrlt, thiol
7',i. Antfiw-William briver.
tnniw Cv'.Vriv A. K. Phanklaml.
H'.Krr T.w VMerlorZ. P. "Tlam-ll
Ti.Mrr B. Ilrnre.
II Vir itiultr Tliooaa L.-3kr.
rtofriuifriKirMl n Ihe Wiw-J. (J. Hnlil.
HuprriiilnJntt tf the H'.i7rr M arl .Uairi Wj lt
Cli. V 'i.arOeni-John M S.-ahorjr
el.i n f Ihe .MrtrryT. II. Mi P.ri.1.
turret Orerwr 1. i. MrWart.
C.Vy AH "') Jolia MrPhall Kinllh.
nar,l .(MVrmra H. M. Brim, Prenlilenl ; I I'..
Newman.O. A.J. Mayll"M, 11.(1. rVoTel.Wm H ch.-ot.
li"t,.I.C Smith, M. (I. I- 1 1 nhnrnr, tint J in Kohl..
lma.ro. Connril W. P. Jimrw, PrMiilMit 1 William
Roln-rlB, T. J. Yrbiwi!h, Wm. Orivrr, Wiu. Strwarl,
bulla Hough, W. MnlliD,.lamt' Turnrr,':. M. fknilli
tralr, A. .1. Clr, Jaa. I'm . Anilrrw AnilrrwiB, .1. H.
Kuowlr, nil John ''!)
tAMiin mwwiirais th eirT miai'.i.
'iir Ikaowlra, Srovrl li.l il,
H'.i(r IIV- Aailrrnon.Smilli ii'l 0ibrii.
firu-YHrtiriMi(h,Turui'r,iHilhtti', Iu i, Bri.-n,
MyO.'lil, l'litliam ad llAibortus.
nXir Newmuo, !twrl oJ Turm-r
lwj.fol Jir, MayflrlJ ml .xionll.
,.. Challlan, MayUeMand Knimlw
, Prpartmrn( Cri'a.ly, Drlvrr ami Nihkii.
f;it llrivrr, riiraihatn ami llayn.
CnUrV Kniilli. Stt-trart and Newman v
t,irkrl ;.n' Ri.ImtH, Mrwarl an. 1 1 urli. r
IIohrIi, 1'Uiiliorne an.l Pavtp.
...VvCliMllmni.Ilfi'ii and An.li-runn
;.riB1i lloupli, riail. irui" and Brirn.
ioii h:ithanl, Mayll. ld add Kimwlri.
mjiroinaml. nd Jpmi,'ur--')lr, fcovl and
tuHic JVoji-r Brieu, Cheatliain and Turm-r
Vnt Honre Mayfli'M, Jon-i and Kohi rt.
4-Tli Boiird il Ald'TiDftO m-t Iho Tmfdaya
aril prrrrdlng Uie aecond and fourlli nuirlnya In
rnrli monlh, and Ilia Common Comirll Dip aornud
and (imrlh TUunnlaya In rarli m'Olli.
A.j.Mk Jnlin llnimli.
Urn J.ilifMl in. Yarliriiunli.
Hnimd ;uuin( .lnliU II. lXTli.
r.'iV'm'a Wm. .lark' on, Jnlin Cavruilor, S'.rli I'a
v ,.IkI riiil'liw, Win. llnUrr, Jnlin Collrrll, Willimn
j.ayo, John I onion, J. W. Wright, .luhn I'mUtl,
Holirrt KonH, W. f. Kraln'U, Thomaa Franriii, Ainlirw
Joyr.', Iiavld YaH Hml ( harlei IluliU.
4t- Th Poliro f'niirl i.p. n' .1 rvi ry niorn:n( at
bino n rlork.
(j,rmia II. Ilinion. fVjitifi Tlmmv H"l'
ami and J. K. Ilm lianan.
llDirtir Phlnras (arrrlt.
TnulrrVf. JuHtr Ta) lor
Cnri.nr V. II. Helcliur.
Hanger John (rhltl.
nVr-MMM (Ultrlur J. . Btilry.
h.u'lr.uiff Tax Mttelor W. I. Kobrrtfon.
OmtlMrt . lit Kn-hrillr I'.Vr.X .hill II l. C it
an. I J. I New iniiu-
Jd.y Ih.n. Jaini' WhHwirlh-
7rA I". I.lliduliy Nli hol.
jp'Tho Juilgr'fi Court inrrm ihr 1I1.U M..li'1'iy In
nu ll month, ai d llu Unarli-ily Court , roinpoi ,1 of
tha tUiiintratr- nf Ihr County, m h'l.l th.' lint '..n
day in .Uniriry, April, Inly and Orlohor.
J.Mf: ll.m Nathamrl Itixt.-r.
Cltri Iavnl C. I.ovu.
4rTue Court mr.'U the nr t UmnU) in Miirh
Ju ly Hon. Wll'lam K. Turu.T.
fink 'harlr K. H ;i:oim.
Tln Court nif I' lli tlil tlomlay In AM .1 An.
fir I and IVcvmhrr.
'A.ni.-dor Hon. Pamiit-l I. Krirrrioi.
ilrrlt ami Au.rr J. K. Clvaa.
If The Court inirta tha oral Monday in M it mid
I. 0. 0. P.
Joiia K. lliiK,(lrud Sirrury, nhonl.l ! Kd lr.i.i d
at S!m.II; JV.
Jnuw iwltf", Vi. 1 Mrrta evrry Tni H 'a.v I x . n
liig.nt tin' I r Hull, on tha roriior of I'nlon and Sum
mrr atrrrla. Tho oillorra fT lha prmfut ti'rm.urr:
tt. 8. l-auur,N O.; J. K. MiU, V.i .; J. I.. MViikVy,
rVrn'tary j L. K. Cpaln, Trraaiurr.
JVul.iia J,i.V, A'.. Id Mrrla nl tha nin.n plane
r.ry Monday KvouIuk. Tlir oilii- Ti air : II. A.
Campbell, N.O.; Hoary Apple, V.ll.;.l I I'aiU,
rVi'ri'lary ; H. C Brown, Tn'iuutvr.
WuiJra i-ixlr, No. IM Maria at llu'ir Hall, on S..UIU
Cherry lret, i'ry Krhlay avrning. Tlir mhrvra
are : O. C Cuvet, N O.; rfank lliiriuaii, V II ; Jam.n
W) all, Serroiaiy ; W. M Uullory, Triiinurr
ururo No- 10ft, (iKriiian) Mit'la at Ihr
Hall, roruar ol tiiloo and Summer clneiH, aiery
rhnri.hiv Evtnlnir.' Tho ulhiwr i art' - Charl.-a Hu h,
N U.; P. Krledma i, V ..; Biiu rlirh, Secrrtaiyi
Hut,'? IVvi.muMfa, No 1 Mrrla at Ihr uh..vr
on tha nmt and third Weduesdnyi of i . h moalh.
Thr ollhaiaarc: .1. K. llilla. C.P.;T. II HcBi i.lr, II P. ;
(i. t- VulWr, 14 V. ; I'rlrr H.nri, Jr., J , John .
Hhla, S r,br ; U K. t'oU -r, Tr.'ior,.r
(,ht. Itrumk JnniB.jir, K.i. 4-Vl.m at lha
aho Ili on tha arrond ami lonrift Wrdnraday
nl. hta of M b moulh. Tha oll.oara arr : J iv. T IHi,
C P., Henry Apple. II P'i U llnaer, S.W.; II Vrird
man. J w 'U.ir'... Kmlrr, S.Tibr; J N. Wai.l,
A&EIVAI. AND IDEPABTUBE OF THAINS.
I ouUvilly A Najiliv .Ilr RiR Tialr. 1. aver at ll'.l M.
an. at .. ;, I M.
K..hvllle i atur R H. Ti-i.u Iravr al i, A U.
.i arr. at ; ri), I' M.
Na.li A Cliaiiaui-v. R R Tram Irairral In 00, A M
at 3 -', P .
ADAMS EXPtttSS COMFASY.
nintl : No. ..1, ( in i Sibiii
I'eia.iUB Willi Is ..i l I rrlhl and I'a. kag -a l y
lha tlorulag Iraius ol tha lui i.viua tt Nina
viuii, and NianrniB iio ii,aTa Utii"1''.
iniwl ha lliw avjne al lha (e' er bt (I n'rin k lh
Pavwimon Cl!NTT IhnncTORY Contimifif.
KIIJTAKT QUARTERS AND OFFICERS.
;,.,( Hrad-piartna nn lli(h alrrrl. f!m. Nrrhy,
Iftttri-t Hrad.uailrra on Kumnirr atrr.-t (Hr.
ror.Ps rwidrnra.) W. II. Filial), MnJ. l.Mh C. S. I
r.inlry, 4. A. A. ti.
I'nni &lnrlml Ilradmiartrra at IhrCapilol. A.
('. (liilrm, I'ul. lit T nn. hifanliy.
I A"btatit QnnrtrmvtrT Hradquartiirl im
i.hrrry n rrrt No. 10, (Ind( Catmn'a raaldrnet.)
Cpt. J. D. Biafhain.
,..,.l,.n( Qnrt.rn,.ft'r N". (llrrry Pllei l. ('apt.
4;.o., tjiuxrtrrntiui nfl atrrvt, ni'ar Mra.
IV-IVi'a rrHiilenro. f.ipl. It. . t.ltllh..
.tni.-ri,. v,,'"'""n'l','rr Nil, 37, Market Irret, .
('apt. .1 tl II..1.'.
f.Vi.i' C..ir'i..i..ii, - II. a l.,li irlrif . S" III, Vilia fl.
Capt. It Mti holy.
1'oinmii"ai y of $nh'i'tiwr Hinitd atiret ('apt.
Aitiwj t'ttinni'iiry of nf.,'ei.r Corner of Broad
ami Coheir alrrein l.n-ut I'hailrM Allen.
Mr'ltntl Utrrrtor Mimnirr atrrrt. (Ir. Kord'a old
rrmileni-r.) Snrjrron, K. Swift.
ff.ii'ril l'uriior' (J.-r Clllirrh atrrrt, Mai'imic
BniMinn. .1. R. I ikti r, Surgeon, Aih Krnturky In
fitmry, Aituig Meiliral Purveyor.
ABBIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS.
Northrrn Mail, via I.onitillr, arrivra Daily, ft. 30 P.M.
7. 45 A.M.
vi T. A. R.R.
rihrlhvtille,li V A f. K K
" 3.r P.M.
" 111.00 A.M.
" l j.nu M.
" 1.(0 P.M.
Memphia Mall, Ira vea llly,v a 1 xoilmille and Cairo.
PUST-DPFICKH OI'KV BkYONIi LKBANON ARK
IOST (II KICKS (IS
M in frrrthoro.
IM: (IF N. k C. R.R
or Sholt) ille,
B. B. CONNOE & ERO.,
NO. 6 COIJ.KIIK HTRKKr.
ew KlorK Jiial received atitd lor nal
low lo t loae out Conklgliiueiila,
111. In. Halt, (or
CONNOR k URO.
QQ bine BAIT, lor aalr by
CONNOR A RltO.
lor -a'r by
CONNOR 1 RRO.
Coal (HI., lor Hlo by
CONNOR .V BltO.
Coal OIL, lor Bulrby
CONNOR A BltO.
dozen BROOMS, lor aula by
CONNOR . IIKO.
, for rale by
CONNOR . BRO.
honre sr a::ch, i.w ty
CONNOR A BRO.
14) cheat TKA ,
I -w ap K
lor Krfle by
CONNOR . RICO
It) ball 'rhi-rtaTKA, lor aalr by
l-ii apa Ci iN NOR A BltO.
1 1) eu.loa Tl A, inr aalr i.y
4 a,, s Connor . lino.
1 v liiiim Yeai POViHts,-i,.r ulr by
) up a I ON'NilR A BRO.
) r-iBk SOOA, lor i.ilo by
4 ) ap 8 CONNOR A BRO.
I I ( t'" "A'1 IIKS. lor aalr by
CONNOR . BRO.
hmrr Mar CANlil.KS.tnr aale by
apa . i. -..iv ,v i. in.
mtJ ap 8
CONNOR 1 CO.
hbla. VIMil. AK, . r Halo hy
COSN'Olt A RHO.
I Im SAI.MuN, f r auli
C((iB A HHO-
kill M tl'KI KI.l
CON VOH Jk
r k tt HKKK1N0, lr lo l-y
CONNOR A RRO.
CONNOR A CRO.
hMN. THi'l r, for pair hy
CONNOR A BltO
hhia MA KI tU'l
..r a ilr by
bll t'Hir K, 10 1 wmIi
CONNOR A into
U hot.. ilr
U. biHi-i. In
b r !' bv
Connor .t Bits
CONNOR Jli PRO.
jkri NAII.1, I..I ale by
CONNOR A IIKO.
;oear, lor ralr bv
CONNOR A Bill 1.
a MK.AI , lor aalr
, bhla Kl OCR, lor aalr by
OKJKJ ap8 . 1INN(1R ,1 BKO
HAMS, lor Kie by
COS Nil A BRO
Cif eaaka SI I US, lor aaie My
)' 1,1. la Hue Pi it I'Or-'fi
CONNOR A BltO.
Ii.r vile hy
C' iN Milt It
nniiuli'l I'imIi Oanh 11 SKKH, I
tlv NOK A IIKO.
8 III. 1,1 Ouioii SITS, lor me by
ap8 CONNOR A BRO.
1 f tlio'i'en Canvaatti-.l HAMS, witt) a large I..I 01 ull
X V 9 Bin IB ol tJoutln, wUii'U we Will i'Uibii out low , at
our old alaud, Nil- 6 Colletrr rlri'et
ap B II CONNOR A BKO.
'I M1K 0Dtlon of f ilireni, utrtn.TB.iiud utttfnivU
1 ititi Nhvilie, riHitiiriun ni'-di-lal ant, u rupAii
fully pHi'il lu iui otlui. No. Kl U-avi'TH li urcvl. too
uiul fliir, Immwvpu Chi'i ry au4 ib Suia.
lir. Client Ik d uM priitiiiiir of mMlflue, bit
liutwl nulnuiUsl eipfrn'Ut'i aud tUltrton ruei
fur noiny yrmt wt, hi tui Iritmrul nt rtmAt )ia
A.iain, ha uiil hi vil Umi to iIpV'Hv h i uUilivt.letl tUt o
i u ii fill (1impp f Itim uiltiid. kUuy ituum ii
tin moM ItiTPlPfiti'' ii-i mt Wt lfvp promptly ipUi
In inn iiiipmvi'it lui'tti'-l ol tii'lmi'iil .
I'r iiiir y . soou'lr , l 'f t arv iuoJ Hort (li1ry Hypb-
11, t.OIIOItlliral, l.llU atl l 'l 't tAK' Ol tltO gDUlIt
tuj.i iwintuy oitut, Uo-rt itt uo ritMii( lo hi
A li inu'i Irfi'f nlavntl. aiij luii. lUnil t.b'riix
IDftlt IM till WdUlU, tall J Ilia it i-tej J IM 1U (rtllAI
-ttlttU at Ull til rilaiUtV pill tllT. I IOU
t viy rwcil Kaolin ibW Kiipinii, tntt ol t .ud
rroUpaao il Hit' rU't'lum. an.l 11111 1 ul V.ciiil,
in liciuii il l) a prot i ii.riy p iil. II rubor
ol II. Utltr CUKlt la nii lclUai Q l V 1 'F Co(lIllH, ft
Curt1 irnatirid ttlTartt'd. fc cmipIiiI iiinui.t u-J
i n inu1' Ol Iht liit M-.ti V ili'lKakliolii ol u.r
rj.Ju'vby but uiipM'Vi'a no -iboJ ol upt.vt.jirf
I'lTmioa ol vnin'tM ((') oj( 01 pi'ri..u or b biirr
ili'Wf i bnii i "') O r il: ii d) nipiooi ol my ha ui
P'i-.l1o ilt-'ui rn ttf ruil. iu tnt r.-i, by ibt
kbtll'vtt uipOok. Ul b-i IV 111 binii
til U'l Coulbli'llf, piulUpl lU ull.'U, Im Qiu.ttfrtlt
ciiktiafi, will fovrru b in wiib 1.6 ,-airi.L.
U (sv, liiinoor y u.-cO tu I be ir.nttiucut of witi
dlm. t bnlln f l U IO'l ro) ll pfiJk.vJ
mor lUn It f rn la rurt)
nrh.aa lo.nrfllr.iU r'tbi lu iU m-i nt-n I'll !
Ibu la 'i i
Will fV fyvjif, fur tl receytum of riiii.i
on MimUitj, fiqt. Mi, ISC'J.
'pill' SISTKRS OF THE ORPICU
-a- 1,1.' C.'T iMlMIVIf mH Lnu-nln 7 Jt.
Kim and aillolnlut ritiiri na rnarlm c ' 2
red nn.l roinprtrnt dirorlom of Fi maU
litnrnlion. Ti'pri ifully inform tin' rill- 4JiJr
i n of Nashville, ani ihr .al.lir in prnrrol, tint a
"i.irtim roit liii'!, ri n ully nrrl vl, mmiMo rtirm lo
ri i'elve a Imijo hiinihrr of j.ii.il'.
The Ai-adrmy ii about n mile from Ihr rity, and
4 mlu.ili;d in our of lh' Inml Ih.:iiii;,u! ami hrnllhy
lii'AlionitJil its irlulty.
The la.lirs of Hill In-titntimi, Ih'Iiih rieiiully do.
voted lo the V. Iiual ion of Ihr yourif; nf their own aex,
will leave h 'tliin tueluiie to iinpnrt tn Ilia pupil. r.n
D in I In their rare a thnroii h I'du. ali. n in tho hinh.
rt aetMio of thn woril.
Tha religion profi -ert Ly Ihr Ifc.lie of Ihr In -litit-lion
i Ihr Caihohr, and thoy will impart fpei .at re
ligious inttrurtlon tn pnpiU prof, s inr; lh.it fnilh.
Pupil ofevriy rrl Rioua di nomlnaii u w ill hr ail
m it I ml, n ml no iin.lur inlliKii.e will hr n.'. to lum
the rrllgionB prlai iplca of tha youm; la. Inn; nor w:ll
any of them ho permitted tn rmhraer Ihr Cuthniv
laiih witUiiiit lha verbal or wrilirn roiwent rf parrnii.
or ituardi iua. I'liifunuity ami (?tl unlrr, hi.wi'ViT,
rr.uur Ihr ulieadiinre of all at morninK ami rvrninrj
piayrrM, and at Ihr n'lii;ioii rarrrlara i n Muinl iy.
Thr rnnrr of slu.ly n ditidrd into four depart
ment", eaeh department hiving ii own ili-iinrt
rournr ofatudi.'a iu.c lnrd it.
Tlir A. a.l. mir Year will roii. t of two Sejuii"
Ihr first r.'lmneni ilig on thr fir.t Monday ol S. plrm
lirr, Ihn rrnnd on Ihr flr-d M. .Inlay of relnnary.
The A.'adenih- Ye.ir will done rilli a pnl ln- di Inhu-
lion of premi'tipi airl In
of earh vrar.
nornhont thr '."lh ..f Jiinr
irii.Tis n n msnii.
PVTAHI.i: IN ADVVNi'f.
For Board and Tniiion,
rortllng lo ihr depirltnrnt
of Ihn pupiN.
nn I o, ae-
I, Uin iiiul Mtli'rn I annnff, nrh
Mutit' on Punu
I!e uf 1 tiMi anient
, ill. (HI
Mutic on "iJintr, ln-trnmint furiitf iVl liy'pupil o.fti
Muic on Hiirjt 4 ..00
t.pjil M iiflic
HktihiUK iiu'l l'ni rOini; "n Wntcr Color a.
Vtinlin?, in Oil, mid iiialiTi.il-;
H 1 awl ItotMinji;
I'anriti, at rrofiMrioi V rhui;-pt.
MJiHonpry auil up of Hook, Jf'J, f), ft, ntid f , :ir
C'trdmu lo the. Ih-pttrtnuMii,
Mf.lirino-i nml .l'-ilir.il hlt-'ndanro will for in ttlra
Roni-il, Wii-Mtig;, Ac., during v.'irrttion, (Vi
:i:m ki nr;i i, axioms.
nVilurtion will tf tnrulu for rWih'.' or wiih
itmw:il, iiiil'H r-nNinniM h illm a or .ll-jiit-mil.
I'oi'iU will Up clinrrtt fiim itic ilnii on u hu it t
wrt'r4ir mut 'rM nn i.li-ft wlili It t im;.;;. - of
rlttllun Piiit.iolH inr itio rii-t-n, ni (.iIIh-h ti-utin,
nkiu-ricit;. mint luTuhlrr, fl r tut'li' iimt I'h hmhii,
tn il anil I'rk, unl tl BtTff.- ary nrt1rlri fur I In- tnil.l,
Tuk I nichum in MiLv.trine blue Ur4 fi-r w ii.lr,
bill' i m l i am ir Hiiminor; ilrrHnot f-r Tiry il.iy,
(;(kiU ot a i'ui lc ri-r ; t hro. i tItri'il nntt r-.-kirt-,
iwn sun bonneu. Ilalu, Ihn ntylo ol Hip sii.n.
Tin' Ai a-li'my will not incur llif cvivcn-i' ol lurni 'h
mp uri U'li'H of riot liuij; r -oi kfi mom v.
l"nuU w ill nai lo ii!!o. i in yH'iiiKvki l iuon''y
at tht'ir own lHrritii-ii. M'h iiiunyn nm-t tie ti.
jioili-tl will tin Hut rit.r of tin" Af'ml'-inv.
T prevfiil iinprnjifr ronvsin4 net1, all 1- Mnn ro-t'o-vrt
nl sent uiu HnljtM't to th' ihthm il of ihp Su
p- i i-'r. ilioiiiiii in nor.iM' h unrh "rr(lu.Un'l, pi
hiim-'il ii-- r.'i'iirtl- p:in-nt- or tinrti l ,:m-
l'itiih, u liono pail-lit-' or un iril. iin re" i.tr in Nn h
vitlty or i itiii y , mil ih'-ir liuii.i- out tiirv
liint-H during the t -holunti' -;iV.
To (irrvent lo4 ot timt- uiul inti-n ilpt ion of the ri
(rrint'F tl tint Srliool, v. itv.r-a will 1-c it t ii il only nn
S itur-lnyn, Innn '.t lo A.M., nii1 ir.-in ;t to f., M .
PnriMith or ru-trli iiw i-tniii; to pl.n I Urir rlulili-'ii
or wai'ld in O10 Jn tiiulioit, v ill do rtfrivil nit uny
ilty pKi-t-pt HiiDiluy.
Kor ttirthcr ptrtirnl nn ii(ipU itl i'iu tuav be nm U
fr Oo M'tli.r Sum "ior ol tU Armlftnr, or t" lln- Kt.
lt v. .Uurs WiiRi.iN.
All Inoiui1 U ttPtd to In' foMrpH ,A lo thr MiajIht
t. i pfili.i 11 .i-nliii , Mount iii"ii, upiTr
n 1 ikii-i.ks'
T (J ALL K K V,
I oIli'Ke 11 11 l l irion Sl
IMIH (JVI.IPRY 1H (
DAILY FROM 7
A.M. lo ft, P.M., hen
1 liM- . tin' IU'ibI
i-luirii-ul men limy bn m'.-u.
ami CAKTIN OK
nl lr of H-lleeii.iii.
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Another Hacy letter from Orpheus
If tired N1 uie'a Btverl rfnlorcr, li!niy
nlrep, gUntild eyrr take it inlo licr bead to
invaili oir dislraileil coutitrv, -In4 wvitli
nipet with lcia rrniatancc in Wasliinpton
tlmn it is possible for Hie itblc-ltodiod
mind to comprehend. Notwithstanding
tho fact that President Lincoln is an lion
cstnian, my boy, tho genius of Slumber
has opened a large wholesale establish
inent here, and I be tendency to repose is
so gene-al that the authorities are jnst
able to wink at secession sympathizers.
It lal.es so long to get the news of the
war from New York that our citizens
grow languid in the intervals. On Mon
day, indeed, an enterprising t bap from
Nantucket opened a Museum on the out -pkirts
of the town, by way of varying
the. monotony, and quite a numerous
crowd assembled to witness the perform
ance. This Museum comprises a leal
two-shilling piece, inclosed in a strong
glass case, to preserve it from tho vio
lence of the mob, and even respectable
old married men go to see it, for the sake
of past associations. On the occasion of
my visit to llus unique establishment 1
arrived sborlly before the exhibition be
gan, and found a brillanl array of beauty
and lashion tor an auiiience. It was
quite interesting, my boy, lo hear tho
conversation going on. There was a fine
young chap just in front of rue who lias
recenlly been appointed to the staff of
the Lommander-in-Uliief in consequence
of his great experience in the coal busi
ness, and says he to another I.iibin's J-;.x-tiaels
" 1-wcuwick, who is that wavislung
iTcatchah ovah they-ar, with the l'eacb
Orchard eyes and Lehigh hair?''
"Aw, il mim y! says I.ubin s l-.xtracls,
"that's tho great heiress. She's worth
eighty thousand postage-stamps."
"The wed Kind! says the young slall-
chap, eagerly "is it the sticky wed kind,
"No," says Lubiu's Extracts, scornful
ly; "it's the green ten cent kind."
Inlwoioose me, says the stall -( hup,
excitedly "inttvojoose me, Fived; I must
know her upon my soul I must.''
Upon his soul, my boy be said upon
bis soul! When it is possible for an in
tioditctioti to take plaro upon stu.h a soul
as that, my boi', it will be comparative
ly easy to maiuuuvro an elephant brig-
ado on tbe extreme point or an intant
Vhen the manager oT (be Miifimuu
came out to lecture upon his great na
tural curiosity, there was immediate ii
lence, and when the case was uncovered,
revealing the quarter to full view, several
very old gentlemen fainted. Alas', they
remembered the time when but no mat
ter now no matter now.
"Ladies and gentlemen,"' says the man
ager, pointing solemnly lo his treasure,
"the rars and beautiful coin which you
now behold was well known to our fore
fathers, who stamped the figure of Liber
ty upon it, in order lo show tbe world
that this is the only country where a man
is al Liberty to deal in slaves by way of
financial speculation. This raro coin
diappeared as soon as the Liberty 1 speak
of seemed to bo endangered, nor will it
reappear in this country again while there
are so many brokers ahead."
On quitting this admirable moral ex
hibition, my boy, I did not return to this
city, but went immediately down to Ac
comae, lo attend I he great I'nion meeting.
Accomac, my boy, has at length deler
mined that this war nhall bo vigorously
carried on, even if it takes several puhlic
speakers to say so; and the conduct of
Accomac, in calling a meeting fur such a
purpose, reminds me of a chap I once
knew in the Sixth Ward.
lie was a respectable family chap, w ho
had formed it p:irlmrship Willi alibis
neighbors for tbe express purpose of
taking enliro and exclusive charge of
their business for them, and evinced such
a deep interest in the most private allairs
of his friends, that absence did not con
quer their love for him. One Sunday
I here was a city missionary at the church
ho attended, tv ho implored the aid and
prayers of tbe Congregation in behalf of
a poor, but pious family who were starv
ing lo death around the corner. "llev
any tracts been left with our sufl'eiing
t'retu i" says the respectable chap, rising
in his pew, and pinching bis chin,
thought fully. " Yes," says tho mission
ary sadly, " we sent them some tracts on
the immortality of the soul; but horrible
to relate, they gained no llesli by them."
The respectable chap, who was a broker
by profession, was much moved by this
revelation of human depravity, and says
he to a bald-headed chap in the next
pew: "lirother .tones, you must attend
to this sad case in the morning. We
must remember our fellow-beings in
ollliction, Urother Jones. Larly to-morrow
yon must take some bread to this
sntlenng family. If you have no bread
of your own, IVolher Jones," says the
resieetable chap, rather feelingly, 'come
to my shop and I I will sell ymi tome
fur this charitable purpose." Hut Urother
Jones proved to be agiievous backslider,
my lioy, and said be bad an engage
ment to go to llobiiken on the morn
ing in question. " Very well," s.iys the
respectable chap, when be beard this,
'then 1 Mill arrange it in another way.
Tell our starving brothers and sisters to
have faith," fays be to the missionary, in
a heartfelt manner, ''and they shall be
fed, even as tbe ravings fed my old friend
Lhjah." So, the next day be called a
meeting of brethren to pi ay that food
might bs sent to the sullering ones, and
thry used up the entire Kugl.nh language
in prayer to stu b an cit' ut, that when
tie ri-iqiei-tat.il' i hp topped elf with a
benediction, he had to introduce some
Latin quotations. They bad just finish
ed this noble work of Christian benevo
lence, when the missionary rame tearing
in, and says, "It's all over, they're ail
dead; the la! child starved to death
half an hour ago." The respectable rhap
stared at him aghast, and says he, "Did
you tell them to have faith?" The mis
sionary cracked a peanut, and says bo,
"Verily, I did; but they said they
couldn't have faith on empty slotn
achs." The respectable chap pondered
awhile, and says he, " It they didn't havo
faith, my frens, tbe whole inatler is ex
plained. We, at least, have done our
duty. We have prayed f..r them, frens,
we have prayed for them." . Anil the
Jirethrrn wrnl 1 m.in to llwit dionpri.
1'uMii mass-meetings, my boy, In help
a singling country, are like prayer
meetings to aid tbe starving poor; the in
tention is good, but the practical benelit
resulting therefrom is not visible to the
Tin-re was a lame) meeting at Accomac,
several new liquor shops have been open
ed there recenlly, and the speakers were
as eloquent as it is possible for men to be
when advising other men lo do what they
don't care to do themselves. A chap of
large abdominal developments was speci
ally fervid. Says he: "Let tis show to
them as is tyrants and reveling in tbe
agouies of dow n-lrodden Lnrope, that
this Republic is able to put down all en
emies whatsoever, without interfering
with any of the inalienable rights of
those who, though our enemies, are clill
our long-lost brethren. Frantic, ap
plause. Shall it be said that twenty
two millions of eople cannot put down
eight millions without injuring those
eight millions? Shrieks of approbation,
and cries of "that's so'."J No! a thou
sand times no! We fight, not to injure
the South, not to interfere with them,
which is onr own flesh and blood, but to
sustain the Constitution rendered sacred
by revolutionary gore ! Ovrnvhelming
enthusiasm. The creatures which is
try ing to break up this lu re benificcnt
Government, ask us what we are lighting
for, then? Grievous beings! what a ques
tion is this! On they not know that we are
fighting for that in this unhappy strug
gle wc that our purpose, I would say, in
prosecuting hostilities is to is to ln
it? Of course it is."
This speech, short, terse, and to (he
purpose, was gloriously received by ev
erybody except a friendless chap, who
Said ho didn't understand the last clause;
and lie was immediately sent to jail for
daring to be so traitorously obi use.
Though the General of the Mackerel
firigaile was seated on the highest barrel
on the platform, my boy, and blew bis
nose louder than any one else, be did not
wish to be seen, nor did be intend that
tbe assemblage should call upon him for
the speech sticking out of his side-pocket
; but when the throng accidentally
found him to be the most prominent fig
ure in sight, they thoughtlessly called
upon him to say something. The Gen
eral laid aside his fan with some embar
rassment, and said be:
"My children, I love you. My chil
dren," said the General, motioning to his
aid to till the tumbler again, " I dare say
you expect me to say something, and
I hough I am unprepared to speak, there is
one tiling, 1 will say. If anything goes
wrong in this war, nobody is to blame,
as 1 alone am responsible. I'lessyou, my
As tho idol of the populace linished
these touching remarks, and resumed his
tumbler and fan, there was but one senti
ment in tbe whole of that vast assem
blage, and a democratic chap immediate
ly went and telegraphed to Syracuse
that the prospecls foraOemncralie Pres
ident m l"tb. was beautiful.
The meeting might havo la9ted anoth
er week, my boy, thereby rendering the
I'nion cause utterly invincible, but for
the imprudence of an insane chap, who
proposed that some of tbe young men
present should enlist. This mal-propus
and singularly inconsistent suggestion
broke up (he assemblage al once, in great
disorder volunteering being just the
last thing that any one thought of doing.
Greatly edified and encouraged by what
I had beard, my boy, 1 made all haste
for Paris, where I found tho Mackerel
I'.rigade and Commodore Head's Itect in
great excitement over the ca of an Irish
gentleman who believed this to be a white
mail's war, and bad started for Paris, just
fourteen minutes alter landing in this
country, for tbe "express pu pose of pro
testing against any labor being perform
ed by negroes, while there were while
men (o do it. Colonel Woberl Wobinson,
of the Anatomical Cavalry, quieted him
by saying that although a number of ne
groes were then engaged in digging
(rem lies, a new line of holes iu a fur
more unhealthy place would be com
menced in the morning, and that none
but Irishmen should be permitted to dig
On the night previous to my arrival,
my boy, while all the mackcrals were
watching the stars, with a view to pre
vent any surprise, from that quarter, the
Southern Confederacy on the other side
of Duck Lake trained four large fowling
Jiieccs upon their peaceful camp from be
iind a wood pile, and commenced a fero
cious aud ear-splitting bombardment.
It was some hours brf.re our men could
get into po-ition to return tho lire, as
('apt. I'ob Shortly had forgotten where
they bad put the Orange County How
itzers hen last using them. The flett,
too, was somewhat delayed in gelttng
into action, as l oiiiminlore Ural expe
rieiu ed sniiie ditUi'iilly in unlinking the
lxix into t bu b be always puis bis spec
tacles and slow-mati'h brfutj retiring at
night. Finally, however, the hnwilets
were ili'ieovered behind some boards, and
the spei taeles and low-lnati h was
forthcoming, and our troops were pour
ing a hot lire trdhl )iu k Lake before the
Confederacy bad gut more (ban tvto-
ttiirds of (he ttay back tu Lu binond.
Next morning, tbe i onic lei tion crossed
the Lake aud chased away ew-;ylliin
on the opposite shore, except tha beloie
mentioned wood pile. Jli latter con
tain the same kind of wood thai win
bnriivd in the time of WaahiiirMiiu, my
boy, and twenty men were appointed to
guard it from the profanation of our
troops. We must protect such property
at all ha raids, lay boy or the Constitu
tnlion becomes a nullity.
Having crossed the treacherous element
to view the immediate pcenei of these
proceedings, and learned from Captain
Villiam l!rown that our pickets were
within "ten mile of the Confederacy's
capital, I was about to make some re
mark, when a messenger came riding for
ward in a greal perspiration, and says
"Our pickels hate been driven in."
"Hal" says Villiam, "the Confederacy
again advancing upon the 1'niled State
"Our pickets." s.-ivs (he messetiaer im-
pKSSively, 'havo bees, driven in; they
have been driven inlo ttiehmond."
"Ah!" says Villiam, pleasantly, ."then
send out some more pickels."
I strolled away rrom the pair, my boy,
relleetin'r upon the possibility of enough
Marlvctel pickets reaching I'.ichmond in
this wav to make tbe I'nion sentiment
there stronger than ever, and was looking
listlessly lo my fooling, when 1 chanced
to espy a paper on the ground. Picking
it up, I found it to be a note from the
wife of the Southern Confederacy to her
cotiain, dropped, probably by one of the
Confederacies of (lie wood-pile. It bore
the date of Aptil the First, and read as
"Ii:ai. .Jri.l'.Yu; : I have just space
of lime to write you these tew lines,
hoping that these few lines will Iind
you the same, and in the enjoyment of
the same blessing. O my unhappy coun
try! how art thou gu fieri up; at tbe pres
ent writing! 1 have not had a single
new bonnet for two weeks, my beloved
.luleyer, and my sullering glovos arc al
ready discolored by the perspiration I
have shed when thinking of my poor,
dear South. My husband, tho distin
guished Southern Confederacy, is so re
duced by trials, that he is a mcro skele
ton skirt. Oh, my Jtileycr, how long is
this to continue? Jure another century
shall have passed away, the Yankees will
havo approached nearer Charleston and
Savannah, and the blockadn become al
most elTcctive. Since the Mackerel 1'ri
gado has changed its base of operations,
even Lichmond seems doomed to fall in
lcts than lifiy years. Kverytbing looks
dark. Tell mo tho price of dotted mus
lin, for under-sleeves, when you writo
again, nnd believe me,
"Your respected cousin,
Mrs. S. C."
There's only one thing abont this let
ter bothers me, and that's the date, my
boy the date.
When very near this city, on my re
turn home, I met a t hap weighing about
two hundred and twenty-live pounds,
who was on his way to a lawyer's to
get bis exemption from the draft duly
"See here, my patriotic invalid," says
1, skeptically, " bow do you come W be
" I am exempt," says he, in a pro
foundly molancholy manner, " because I
am sullering from a broken heart."
"Hem," says I.
" h's true," says he, snitlting dismally.
" I asked the female of my heart to have
me. She said I hadn't enough postage
stamps to suit her ideas of personal rev
enue, and she didn't care to domy wash
ing. That, was enough ; my heart is
broken, anil I am not an able-bodied
Drafting, my boy, is of a nature to de
velop the seeds of diseaso in the hitherto
healthy human system seeds which, if
suirered to fructify, will be likely to ul
timate in tt hat gentlemen of huglarious
accomplishments would chastely and bo
tanically denominate a very large-sized
1 ours, seriously,
oi!pin;'i:.s c. ki:i:i:.
Superstition Awakened in the South.
The sagus and seers of the South fire
exercised; Ihey have lieetin to see vis
ions, and now, that ordinary appeals lo
arouse tho South seem to fail, an appeal
is made to the superstitions of the people.
The (ircnada J;7i publishes an article
lrom the Momicello (Florida) I'umil'
I'rinid, whii ii describes a tlamiug aworil
seen in the Heavens by some one in that
delectable locality. The Family Fnenl
says : "Wo are intormcd by a gentleman,
whose varacity cannot be doubted, that
on the ..Jd ult., near Grooversville, Geor
gia, a phenomenon of remarkable signi
ficance was witnessed in the Heavens
about ! o'clock in the evening.
"It was a perfect rcpreseutatiou of a
sword, handle, blade and point all visi
ble ; (lie I. lade was red, and Ihn handle
was bilver color. The blade was pointed
towards the Northwest, and the handle
toward the Southwest. It was high up
in the Heavens, appearing to tho eye
about twenty lei-l in length, and two feet
broad. Soon after it was witnessed, a
wind sprung up, heavy clouds appeared
('I screened it from view."
Tho sight-srtr, itt speaking of it, re
fers to the sword that Josephuses says
bung over Jerusalem before .f was ties-
troyed, but in bis attempt to tie. dt some
propitious augury out of it be g-f tangl
ed, and the only conclusion (be general
reader can arrive at is that if it's much
of a sword, Georgia's in a bad liv (' r
A tiuiAVTit; Pr ii.u n o Titr:.. One of
of the lie .at astonishing trees of wbiih
the atilisls of the world furntoh any ac
count, is f'.uri.l lyin en the giound near
Honey Lake, ou a siope of the Su rra Ne
vaila Mountain'., in California. Il Is i
petrif ed cedar trie, having a diameter of
forty feel at the butt, or a cireumf, renco
ol one l.undri'd arid thirty feet, and is sit
hundred and sixty feet iu length lo the
point where il diameter U four feel.
i no remaining portion ol tins monster
tree is covered w ilh sand, and has, tin re
lore, never been lui-amiu-il m its cnlir'.
length; but if it ruaifitajDs its synue.et
rii al proportions to the lop, as it ;.rba
b!y dues, furty or titty fuel ol 1 must be
bidden in the earth thus nuking itt en
tire li ic;th inure than 7o' tret
The Sailor and the Convict.
One morning, the throny tthiihw
gsring at the ship witnessed an accident.
The crew were engaged in furling sails.
The topmau, whose duty if was to take
in the Mlarbo.ird upper corner of the main
topsail, lost bis balance, be was seen
fullering, the dense throng assembled on
the warf of tho arsenal tittered a cry,
the man's head overbalanced his body,
and he whirled over (he yard, his arms
outstretched toward the deep; as he
went over, ho grasped the main ropes
first wirli one hand and then with the
other, and hung suspended in that man
ner. Tho sea lay far below him at a
giddy depth. The shock of his fall had
given to tbe man ropes a violent siting
ing motion, and the poor fellow bung
dangling to and fro at (he end of this
line, like a stone in a sling.
To go to his aid was to run a frigid I'ul
risk. None of the crew, who were all
lishermen of Hie coast recenlly taken
into service, dared attempt it. In the
meantime the poor topmau was becom
ing exhausted ; his agony could not be
seen in bis countenance, but his irut eas
ing weakness could be detected in the
movements of alibis limbs. His arms
twisted about iu horrible contortions.
Lvery attempt he made to reascend only
increased the oscilation of the man rope,
lie did not cry ont, for fear of losing bis
strength. All were now looking forward
to the movement when be should let
f the rope, and, at inslanls, all turned
llieir Heads away thai they might not see
liim fall. There are moments when a ropo's
end, a pole, the branch of a tree, is lifo
itself, audit is a frightful thing to see a
living being lose his hold upon il, and
fall like a ripo fruit.
Suddenly a man was discovered clam
bering up the rigging w ith the agility of
a wild cat. This mannas clad in red
it was a convict ; he wore a green rap
it w as a convict for life. As lie reach ed
the round top a gust of wind bletv
off his cap, and revealed a bead entirely
white, it w as not a young man.
Intact, one of tho convicts employed
onboard in some prison tatk, had at the
first alarm, run to theoflicerof the watch,
and, amid the canfusion and hesitation
of the crew, w hile all the sailors trembl
ed and shrank back, had asked permis
sion lo save the loprnan'a lifo at the risk
of his own. A sign of assent being
given, with one blow of hammer be broke
the chain riveted to the iron ring at his
ankle, then took a ropo in his hand, and
Hung himself into the shrouds. Nobody,
at that moment, noticed with what ease
the chain was broken. It was only some
time afterward thai any body remember
In a twinkling, he was upon the yard
He paused a few seconds, and seemed to
measure il w ith a glance. Those seconds,
during which the wind swayed the sai '
lot- to and fro at the end of the rope,
seemed ages to the lookers-on. At length
the convict raised his eyes to Heaven,
andjook a step forward. The crowd drew
a long breath. He was seen to run along
the yard. On reaching the extreme Up,
he fastened one end of the rope he had
Willi bun, and lei Iho other hang ut toll
length. Thereupon, he began to let him
self down by his hands along this rope,
and then (here was an inexpressible
sensation of tcrrrr; instead of one man
two were seen dangling at thril giddy
Yon would have said it was a spider
seizing a tl y ; in this case, the snider wss
bringing life, and not death. Ten thou
sand eyes were Used upon the group.
:ol a t ry ; not a word was uttered ; the
same emotion contracted every brow.
Every man held bis breath, as if afraid
to add the least whisper to the wind
which was swinging the two unfortunate
However, the convict had. at length.
managed to make bis way dow n to (he
seaman. It was time; one ininule more,
and the man, exhaused and 'desparing,
would have fallen into the deep. The
convict firmly secured him lo (he rope,
to which he clung w kill one hand while
he worked w ith Ihe other. Finally, he w a
seen reasccnding the yard, and hauling
the sailor alter him ; be Hiipporled hiiu
there, for an instant, lo let him recover
bis strength, and then, lifting hitu in his
arms, carried him, as he walked along
Ihe yard to the cross-trees, and Iroui
there lo the round top, where he left him
in the hands of bis messmate.
Then the throng applauded; galley
sergeant wept, women bugged each olher
on (lie wharves, and ou all sides voices
were heard exclaiming, willi a sort of
tenderly and subdued enthusiasm: "This
man must be pardoned."
He how ever had made it a poinl of duty
to descend again immediately, and go
buck to bis work. In order to arrive more
quickly, ho slid tlmvn the rigging, on. I
started to run along a lower yard. All
eyes w ere follow ing him. Tln te was a cer
tain moment when everyone felt aUmed,
whether it w as lhat ho fell fatigued, or
because bis head sw am, people then naw
him hrBilalo and stagger. Suddenly the
throng tillered a thrilling outcry; the
convict had fallen into the . .
The fall was perilous. Tbe fi igato
Algesiras was moored close tu Ihe Orion,
aud the poor convict had pluti;rd between
the two ships. It wan feared that lie
would be drawn under one or the olher.
Four men sprang al once into a boat
The people cheered them on, and anxiety
ai'.aiu took possession of all luimls. The
nan had not again raised to Ihe inr fare
He hud disappeared in Ihe Sea, Vilhou!
making even a ripple, as Ihooti be bad
lallen into a caak of oil Thry sounded
and dragged Ihe place, il wa in vain
Tbe search was continued until night,
bill not rti n the Ixidy was found.
The mil murning the T onion ,1 m i, t'
published the jullowiin; lines : " Novem
ber 17, !"'-''. Yesterday a convict at
work on board the Orion, on Im r. Im n
from si selling a tailor, fell into the
and drowned. His body w a rerotere.l
It i presumed thai it hail been i a t.
under tliu pile at the pin -bei ( I tin
aisrnal. This inun was reijtereil In
the number SI I'M, and hi ntme was .lean
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