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**JUNE 17 1865.
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164016,es~ 16strt. AL OWE DOLLAR
I~oit idtle@o I~* or t-fLead
itrs X-vtoi GbZ4 Abroad.
.it is said that there weee (ouT'd on the
-PtoTs'or,Peetuqstor Geoo'ArI Ragan,
Papirm showinig that wa age am 0unt of
ISIOCO kdben ojppdto .Lon4an -by,
,kcorepondei~t of t~.8avatioah papof
atate that, Whijehe was: .in -Jivprpoibl,
Zn".land,-&ayestgoi therehs4,Just . heen.
eompletead a splendid brick. rmnitn in
oi~o b d tmoet& fashionable, sq1aret of
Ad' city, *'hich 'was Ken~riy.-,kluowh
iid- Ike&. Qt~scI A"I biiea."erQod
1toni the proceeds of, OonfId~rAte
loaf$, .And .v beI * itended -fbrthe-Joit
tur. kabidenco. . or Jeffers.. n Ivis. in the
10otit Of -cirb*Aiaueu, , fkiingb.im tq
lftej avet t6,.T country.-,
.A.o the wheols of ti,0,Iu''YPveuwntd,'
tiwi..64ldepne thabt~M. Iavis ad 4lisii load.
with gol( EI ~uoet .-upon, lp tas*
,their oxperirflnvof estAblis1'ing a despo?.
tisqm gver th~e 8outern, Swuqss Called, is
lpWilig oro gid, 16r6 copyfnug.
1i.1kh testimolky whiqh. has' 0111s far .bqen
*ddtuceofs ils'point is.~adniho4
We would'no* qpmtk -of 8h. mattox
but fo~r one simpla..rea. - Rkme imot
*Orpy -4pPowided; ?nndit AhtMAd for the
mrtna ne of! himself andhsor
4411eY y -his, boflght lip e,..wo
ly'wihieyisi any daiaghisi truthiiwee
*tW.A~y gone by, W.te. vaorrot in *ver
-PV"'yi m4oo lp c be 4 4,o tou'
ti J hep blio,4a41,40t u~~t
;0e~ UP br~&J p4Tle and b is
dt n~S. tjs~pory, pyiden to all,
9haft 400.0, prep"-., dqtJng.,tho -past few
~p~.Tbe 'Alii01 R:,ofldud
X aoag PPOO-44 * ho
110$ n 19. t
- M) W
* 00* ' Yoor olf ii."
That unfortinate old ivan, .oot, of
Tennessee, fils. itterly tp, fnd that re
pose in'some "4epunstered spot" whioh
he set out A'om laialmond, six months
*go, to search fof., .,From lRichmoid to
Washington, the0o" beyond .th.eas to
London and.Paris, t6eince 4ook aerosa the
stormy inain.to*$ew-York, thence north.
ward to Montreal--over half.a world
has the "old magi rampant" wearily pur
sued his purpose; but only, at eash suo.
ceesive place, to discover its vanity. In
Montreal, he had hardly cot himself,loca.
ted ,li a !private boaing house,, a mile
fr9ep eitherpof the great hotels," where
he desired, to "live n the areatestseolp.
ston, '.and, 'devote his hours exclusively
tojoeditation and hterary pqrsuit.," be.
fori.he felt compelled, te publisi' a long
and-painrilly rhetoiical defence against
the assaults of 41s enemies.. These ene
mies had circulated that FooT -was
"shunned alike by.Soiutherner and. Yan
kee, had publiohed him as the "Benedict
Araold of the oth,' and. hid not scru
14 to designate hin) -'as "angman
Poon,, As to his :heing a shoinned.
nair, ha.was not;avare of it; as to his
b.eisg anArneld,.he dewies it ;.but as to
the iofil tlon ofCbe epiihet 4tangrnan,'!
he w6efully confesses the jutic. ,and ter
rible chqracter of the punishment. These
are bis words:,..
"The epithet of 'Hangman Foorm,'
which ydn have thotight- proper to. apply
to mue. 1 confess It not at all now. I re
ceived the appellation fifteen years agdo
boause 10 a very -foolish an iioonside
ra'e.peech whtoh I made in the . United
Statetenete, isp respopse tp.A very
aourteous-and eloqnenCondelivered by
Xit.-:Hakp of -Ne*JHampshore, In- do.
uncittion of the syatem of negro slavery
inite South.' I confss :that I was so
unatift*,dtary as to kay on that oxga
vionAat he deservedto be. hanged for'
iag such Jiwguage s -he thwna 'uttered.
Indeed, I mia,-n rqply,. have emoployed
langjgs~ofa direl menacing charao
toy4 ~ ~ . 4e ,yoA.l~k% ti9iigh,
in ell frankn , t I was heartily ash
ante4 of b .e dsiel; ,angiage int
;n~edigey t hqd 0ao49 so, ard that
seized an early opportu ty, of-roak'
(oplpnqgrAnt,. .: myjeu4 p
SeAte, in the hearing ofi ,
try 4 rfmal atooement wa I rep
leds ongn)Orthan oneoonass9ig.l..., till.I
mniuasW cofeas that I' an scarcely blame
or lying tod a iiht
it i*, ayident, I didjo. iii .o
an4f you end.otger, coAln
0 ~ ~ ~ ~ 9T' Ah.Mo t*,611 WV & h
a tre 9 atupiable
M x~ruifor re,
aaf. he will-*or hj.to leave
.8p 4 istf-ISO eWWrs It Wirth!
th ft OW Pkpehre
0 uhble" landtha.
90tlab : ~a.etgr itrd hi. ozise
.t.egd ri th howveau~ e r
. . ..
Tre 1cetw York.'
HENRY WAAD BEf9lER' OV JEFF5E
SON DAYva-eALE OP T1UINKE'TB i'
On Tliu dk evebingi June 1, a pra
er iieting! was held in the leeture root
of Plymouth Church, in the ',course c
which Mr. Beecher stated hisiiews upo
the subject of Jeff. -1Iavis and his fate
He reiterated his opposition tb the exi
oution of Davis or any Southera leader o:
the mere gronn'd 'of treasor(--not b(
cause Davis did not well desirve it, bt
because such a punishment 'would no
have -any good efeot,' and would proba
bly result m 'reat hari. ie said th
charges against Democrats.were- the
they were lwless, ficklaand cruel. Th
tWb;-frst charges had been abundanti
retuted by-the war.' He earnestly di
sired that the'third might be refuted b
the peace which followbd the War. .
A rter rhe close bf the nieting MI
Be, ner annotinced thit soie ladies
Savannah, totrnetly'- wealthy, but noi
utterly ruired by- th wa'r. had sent t
the. Fresldet of a well knewh and ol
establishediank in - New York, wit
which they had in former years kept al
ceAint4';a few. articles of their own mar
uature, from the grisses and -trees
their 6wn State, which they desired-t
sell in order to obtain food. ' The coast
or's sister had' brought -then to M
Beecher; and by his advice they wereoi
fered fo? sale to hib congregation, f
which purpose hesaid he woald, for onc
act as auctioneet.
Accordin gly, a number of fans,'wih
grass and palmetto baskets, watch pocl
ets and oth~r kniok nake, *ere brougl
upon4 the platforii;"a: 6ered for sal
at pricee estimated (asif r.teecher tri
ly lild) by"the disposition af the buyei
to go r the'r thtitLie ist nsi wort
of the atrtiole8.
i er.'liecidr haide tli t' iurchas
hiaiself, taking a wire g' basket
resoiab1e sizq, at $15. % he inost
-thereti titinge-woeosold in .the.coir
of a few inittutes at prices tanglng froi
0.a .10." Atiast theet'ziG4n of or
haindred and fifty dollars wka oclecte
f'orticltivwhosi teal value t. ould I
exfVfafto ao, eitheto at tw#nV".61
dellais, tog~h1i, anathen th'esae'eto
0'6W rof lysbe reseryvdufr it
gfisii ne i eek. mong lh'ese at
4s,. of such su erhuman-oi rathi
msjier-doli(~*~lfgedu es' as it has r'arel
been our i16 to , It tIb= sog:
ted by sinie a eotatoes.that i epe idl
ouecrefu res ossibly o9nforred' t tli
8o4her qilioi oCof Northern. babie.
Thes ree . LoC tia offered for sal
r11if e0h u h o .1
futh ik sujt tid;i andthle ngh
p&oftia abou& the negri e
10'. It t64tlshat the fanatesi Or o
ottil ar6e duermined that .w h hial
t5 tftqA r th gr en it to fn
it44tk - ii a stid thiW ev erla saa l l
Ie 17il 1chi lati,41,
oe" v*44 hnso for not.4tA60
'.eq. I I
t Ito , , nA*, 0 o 0'
aot-*wir* M~V~a'W hft li 1 si
o l to
RAILROADS 1N TENRi68E AND GEOR
.rA..be work on the railroad bitween'
this city and Atlantar is progressin
with great rapidity.. Trains can now
run to Kingston, and in a flw. days will
be able to run to Cartersvijle, only a
f small piece of trustlework over Point's
f Creek being fet:to .oomplete. On 'he
2 Atlanta end the negroes. captured by
Gen, Wilson during his raid, .have been
sbt, to work under the surpervision of
v somve 50 overseers, and have repaired
that portion of the road aA far- as the
t Chattahoochie River, while another lot
, of. them are on this side of the river.
Tho telegraph line is working to Par.
a ter*ville and will soon be completed to
t Mariettd. . Parties-are employed in car
a rying passengers in wagons from Atla.
r ta to-Dalton, charging them $16 for tho
r Gen. Wilson has granted to a firm
named Luckhort, See, & Co, the privi,
. lege of gatherivig together all the ma
if chnery and materials that can be found
r in Alanta, and the firm is 'busily en.
s gaged. in repairing and putting in gopd
I order the rolling stock of a) kinds, be
i longing to' the different railroads whioi
centre there.-Augusta Paper.
T11 NATItNAL . DEBT.-We have
0 now the oficial figures,, fron, the hatude
.of Secretai- McC~ och, shoinguis the
- aggregate of the national'dibt as it was
known to euit~oi- the let-of the present
r. month. The following are the do4ails:
Total indebtedness $2,085,206,768,
Interest, both in gold and...
Amount bearing itrst in.
t -Interest 641480,489'
e Deering interest. in lawful
. looney 1,o58,47o,873
Amount on which intereat
has ceased 86,279
Amount bearingnoliterest 470,829;270
e Legli tendpr notes in cir
'oulation 6 69,1'0,69.
Fractial cu no y '24;667,000
Unealled for pay requisi- -
tiene a- - . .I . 40.000,6
n Treusury' notes ever .- . 00
j t thus appears that w.have.already
I, a -debt of over tw thousan4 sig hu041"4'
e aug thirty Ave mi, 'gns,whiph, lbre
e fiseal year, 1866, *ill, no. do4]t be
- (elled 'toithree tiiutifid millionsswith
0 an interest of one hundrediand Afty mili
e lions;In gold.andoerrency tQ pay eap usl
r ly.-.2\peTYork Herald. -
Zainrudgr. A- resolution was' in
tro4ubed d b6th 6ranohes of the Kei
tuckyLegislature to reconsidee that' te
jecting the- Constitutional. Athendment
ab6Ijipig Sjqverf,, but was rpeied per
miksior to be eite-ed. ' T4 tbfe, hW -
Oer, sl*owed a large aocesintin ofs4enith
For theftews, ono
D LOL.LAEP or, in barer
o nedities. . ll an cle -
i (olin familiesj or ia b1 he
lun un wet,00i
b fP sobe0
AUCTIO N SALjEI'.
ON IWSDNWbDAY,'2144 Juile, 100, at oidv
store, Nor 4,A ipk.Pllapgq)a 2oqo
prleiel), will be' sbld, . uxkry art1oho 4f~
June l10P ' .
and other fqrnltu to elbW *itk
A good CoOft19- aTi4 oter kitoh-r
em utenilst. '~
,AplyoIVtc.Zo stmtv O~St i
LA4N1 hpo, wlit1jod pr,- *usn,
u ~4aby aNo.. 1 ook; Wa~how
lice" y'tbrough Nulwm ofie.
00M 8IN' HO1J8E..