Newspaper Page Text
J~a,, ~ ~ a ~Of
~ 'a\ W S
"T G a
C.,Rw ~ ).~$AYMAY, 80, 1865. [UMBER 32.
iyryaver -it will quite answer
.rtqpQse ;o state that inowhero in
o rlegOiiof midnight. the udge wQnd
his .very. divtio way lowards his
porary jaome. About he time he
as leavisig, however, some youuger
triatqr, fopuzd qf, a "practijal," and not
ich afraid of thfo bench, -trolnsferi-d all
thesilver spqousof Sterrjtt-te the Judge's
4 ws eight o'clockpn Minday morn
tlit the Judge rose.. Having III
god in the proeoss of Oblution and
traction, and partaken of a. cheerful
d refr.phing brcakfiist, he went to
room' to propare himself for the du
i of the day. .
"Well Polly," said he tol Lis ,wife, 'I
much better than I expbeted to feel
or that frolio of last nighth"
"Ah, Judge," said she, rgproaohfully,
ou are etting too old-you ought.to
avq off tiat business."
".Alb, Polly I what's the use 9f. talk.
It wap At this precise instant of, time
at theJudge, having put-on h.9 over
t, was proceeding, accogling to his
ual custon, to give his wife a parting
Ss,that he happened In thrusting his
nd into his pocket,.t'o lay hold of Ster
a spoons. Hie jerked: .thom out.
ith.ati expression of horror almost in
scribiable le exc:ainied .
Mv God I Polly I"
Y\haton earth is the matter, Judge?"
. Just look at these spoons I"
yar nme, w ihere d'7 get them ?"
thon ? .- Don t yoxi see the ini
n. thend"-extendi ig them to.
de her--I.stolo them V'
.tole 3h.1I, JudqO?"
1es,.htqle them! ,
"My 4eoahusband, it can't be possiblel
,From Sterritt, ovor there; his nalno
!Good heavens I how could it hap
q know,.ve ry well, Pily-I was
Sunkwho teama. m0e, %wasnit
hly Judge, you know your old
it when you get among thoso law
a8 epnarkably drunk when I
ome, Mts. Brown?"
e, Judge; as druikas A fool, niq
y tint# a stupid. .
jojgh. so," epif the. Jadgh; drop'
S tio Voar inl extreme.despondows
.httiewit.wotdd ooine'to-that, at
Sidge thought. that something
- eti to sne-that I should
_g very wrng-Li somhe.
it bieL of~Tftssio,2 ierhap1s.a
giiedthat -' Ycoud b
n ebt~thitme uijif of -'deliberate
uttd ?Tay 'beh oipe inisthke,
0 . 1f Polly. ' I know 4*y
Alltame r"11 ibdi. -VThdt fel
8 de'e.40 in a,64k,''sor t o
Mltu ays dtitlqueii mean
.t1W1i'1n , do auy .44 of a*
'u~ff i h -g and
9 d ble ' tigsntb
tthttelttle tit ef
FV of awd
ktt h boothig yTph oper
re, that hadd r t ah~1e4iohi.
ainale, he ) te ,i ng t7
ke tat ad~e 1ybd Th
2 hsse;1e bh ~
ere thJ ai n .'l
"What's that plea?" exclaimed-the
Judge, who was half dosing on the
"He pleads guilty, but says he was
drunk," replied the Clerk.
"What's the chiare against the man?"
"He is indicted for grand larceny."
"What's the case ?"
"May it please your honor," said the
prosecuting attorney "the man is regu.
larly ifidicted for stealing a large sum
from the Columbus Hotel."
"lie is, hey ? and he plead-"
"He pleads guilty, but drunk I"
The Iudge was now fully aioused.
"Ggilty, but drunk / That is x most
extraordinary.. plea. Young man, you
are certain you were drunk ?"
"Where did you get your, liquor ?"
:'Did you get none nowhere blso ?"
"Not a drop, sir." .
"You got drunk on his liquor, and af
terwards stole his money ?"
"Mr. Prosecutor," said the Judge,
"do me the favor to enter a nolle prose
qui in that man's case.. That liquor of
Sterritt's is mean enough to make a
maa do anything dirty. Igot drnnk on
it the other day myself,.awd $tole all of
KNerritte epoons I Release the priisoner,
Mr. Sheriff; I adjourh the Qourt."
A marn went from N4w York to the
Pennsylvania oil region, and . spent two
thouend five hundred dollars in boring
for oil, without success. He had no funds
left, but bought five barrels of oil on a
credit, carried them to his well in.the
Wight, poured the oil down the.pipes, and
the next morning began pumping with
a success which astonished all his neigh.
bors., Before thd flow stopped, he sold
his well for weven. thousand, and went
AFFAInS IN TxNNESSE.-Wasng.
ton, May 1.-Acting Master Fitpatrick,
comumanding United States Steamer Si
ron, reports t4he, Navy, Depirtment,
ander date of April 23, off Itandolph,
Tennessee, that on tie 19th an oxpeli
tion, under the command of Brigadier
GenerMl Osborne, started for Browng
ville in three columnsone from Ran.
dolph, one byway of Hatchie river, and
one from Fulton, Tennesee. -They re
turned on .the 22d, having been suocesa
ful in capturing severwl oftors and men;
. en. Shelby's adjutant was killed.
One pL the men captured was the fellow
weio has ben passing for Leuxton. He
6onfessod having burned the St. Paul
and killin one man on board of her.
General Osborne hung him to a cot.
tonwoofi tree at Randolph, and left his
body langing,', His propor name was
"The stehingrs Anna Everton and Sylph
were not burned by the guerrillas. They
came out-of Hatchie River safe.
DBPA'oD this life, on the nIght of the
26tb ifst.. of Typhoid Fover. Miss SUE
DANTLR,'at the residence of her broth
or-i.low, Major WOOWWAnD.
To tho.beraeved slatets and friends, these
1i4es are-offored, as an humble, but ainobre
efort of 0ondolenae and sympathy, by
OzAemapore, Q Death ! Thy chilly hand
Hath pIgek'd a ne9woret,. sweet and fair;
And bone her to the brighter laudb*
Whp. bloomed in quiet beuty hures
Ati4nj the slowly tolling boll
'ath iqititd bherts with ingus wild,
ldid'is by ie minourn4 knell
"I5ha dec hath gone,' the goatfe, m(d.
aire a the liIyo e ite
a the beart of iirithmey hald to rest
Tq briht, l4soeshed. fbr Death -to er.
ut God, oli 1aenhubweth bes.
Mdaistaly, 1as tie'o 64 litt~
o yIe o~ wbos.b * l e aw
OUR T aM.
For the Naws, one month, 60 cts., ji
gold or silver, or in barter for other com
modities. -All articles necessary, or use
ful in families, or in business, will be
taken in exchange, at fair prites, as
usually understood in tho market. But
for the better understanding of- our
friends, we present the following sched.
ulo of rates, in the case of the most ob
vious commodities. For one month's
subscription to the Nuws, we will re
ceive either. of the following, viz-: .
f bushel corn, b bushel peas- or pota
24 lbs Flour.
5 pounds butter.
5 " lard.
1 " bacon.
2 galons Syrup.
4 head of chickens.
8 dozen eggs.
Wood, and provisions generally re
ceoivqd at fair market rates approaching
the specie standards.
For single dpies, five cents in con44
or a proportionato amount in any of the
above mentioned articles.
Advortisements wifl be .inserted at
fifty cents per square (oight lines or less)
for the -first insertion. and thirty-five
cents for each subsequent insertion-in
variably in advance. -
Any friends receiving papers, or arri
ving with papersor news, from any places
n6t now in full coniection by rnail, will
oblige us specially by reporting to the
NMws office, and will thus aid in. pre
venting exciting rumors.
Mri 0 R. Ladd,
(LA.r ASS'T X3DW0AL DIRECTOR, 0. 8. A.),
W ILL give his attention to the practice
of MBDICINE and SURGERY in
A full supply of Mediolaos on hand.
11t.. Office No, 2, Law Rango, iq rear of
Cturt Hoiso.' ,may 28'65
Tie TrI'Weekly News.
PUBLISHED AT wINEN9DORo, 8. 0., BY
J'. . BRITTON.
Terms-ixTy CSw4T per month, in coirr.
Single copies Five Cents. Advertisements
inserted at Fiftj Uqnui a square, eight lines,
6Vless, for the Orai, and Thirt.-vfvo Cents,
for eAch subuequent insertion.
C. &'s. C. Ralroad.
A the I reonstrton o this
road-0s hyi niportant, all materials
of Iron, ties and svngers . are needed, and
;heir rempial is forbidden by any one.
april 6'65 W3. JOHNSTONJ Pres't.
Miles' Register Revived.
PROSPROTUS OF TRE COUNTRYMAN !
N ILER! 1EGIA 1R, the most useful
journal ever sued in Ankerion, has
been revived'in, the' publication of The
Countrynanm. This journal -is a (ac-simile
of its original In the number and site of its.
pag lts typoigay, and all the features
hIoh'gvi'valus to the standard publica
ns Issued by Mr. Niles...
Biesidea'the features of Niles' Register,
The Countryma4 has others which should
render it still more attractive, to wit: a de
partment of eleant litei-ature, rejooting the
style of Yankee literaiy Journals, and mod.
sling itself after the best English miseefla
.noons weeklies, 1Ut at the same time being
stamped with, an independent, $buthern tone,
original witl, and peculiar- to itself.
A.aSltog thor novel feature with it, is that
it is published in the country on the editor's
plantation, Olne miles from any; town or vil
isge, End hvotes ioy tntion to agricul
-id e, I41tal sports, 5bd' 9*r.hing that, in
t44 sto fle edutir ulteaa, o
She Cont'sa *hsuadsmsn quIario, o
uiatedn age, shb~ edgeekly, ot -he- edi
I.' plants1 ion, nasr Ratounton, Ga., ,to
gi~b.~ cominyin tipse siould.,be ad
Mh '$&'fbr dr4iti or$.10'
ne WmtteOa s bmpav