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FRIDAY MORXINQ, SKl'TKMDEU.l, 18G5.
Crops In tbo Spilth.!
Tho danger of famino and starvation
s no longer felt at the S outh owing to tho
abundant crops. Along with tho heav
enly boon of. peace they aro crowned
with plenty. A, Richmond paper says,
'Jit lias.plcascd God to bless tho South
orn States. with tho most abundant and
wonderful corn crop ever known, and wo
nro,.thorcforo, saved from all danger of
famine and sufloring f6r want of food.
No contingency' of drought, hail or
storm can now injure tho great Southern
crop for man' and benst. With grana
ries bursting with corn, nil clso goes
well with tho Southern farmers. Whites-,
blacks, horses, inulcs, oxen, cows, pigs,
shcop and fowls, all wax fat when th
supply of corn is unstinted. During a
roccnt trip through a portion of tho
Valley of Virginia, whero tho ruins pf
mills and barns still mark .tho ravages
of war, wc found tho corn crop every
where magnificent in promiso.'. Wo woro
informed that through tho Valley of
Virginia, from Harper's Ferry to tho
Southern extremity of tho valloy, tho
corn, oats and hay crops aro better than
they had boon for years."
Copperhead Contention in Ohio
Tjie disaffected politicians of .Ohio
mot in Convention at Columbus on the
19th nit; Rotus W. Hanky was elect
ed X'rosidcnt, .and tho nomination of the
following Stato ticket the result of their
deliberations : i
-For Governor, Gen. Geo. W. Morgan
Lieut. Governor, Win. Long ; Supremo
Judges, 1'. Van Trump and Thomas
M. Key ; Stato Treasurer, Goorgo
Spcnco ; Attorney General, Dan. M.
Wilson; School Commissioner, II. II.
Barney ; Board of Public Work, 0.
Basil ; .Clerk of Supremo Court, D. S.
Dovcor. Spcochcs wcro mado by. Gen.
Morgan, Yollaridigham and Fugh.
A set of resolutions wcro ' adopted
which opposoa consolidation of power
in1 tho hands of tho.Federal Government,
and maintain tho doctrino of Stato
Rights as laid down in tho Virginia and
Kontucky resolutions of 1798; denounce
all efforts to confer tho right of suffrage
upon tho negroes ; regard tho national
dobt as a national curso ; denounco tho
wrest of citizens by military authority
in States whero civil tribunals aro un
molested, 'and declaro tho continued
suspension of tho habeas corpus since
tho termination of tho war, and the do
nial of right of trial by'Jury, and inter
ferenco with elections by military powr
qr, as in rccont Instances in K'dntucky
and Tcnnessco, as revolutionary viola
tions of tho Constitution. Tbo last res
olution declares that 'whilo wo rosoluto
ly condemn all infractions of tho Con
etitution, and while we regret that terms
of pacification agreed .to by Gonoral
Sherman in'April last, were not at once
ratified by tho Federal! executive, we
will nevertheless, stand by President
Johnson in 'all constitutional efforts to
restore to tho States 'tho exorcise of
their rights and powers within the Un
Tho Andcrsonvillo Ccmotory, Horriblo Affair in Phelps County. For tho Sentinel.
T7.,.. 4i i. i t.. t i e TntomDOranooA iw w.uorics.
A-llUiM JUU ll-ll'niUU WO glUtUI IUU 1UCU 111 Wti JJUUID MUmuilvuU VI mu i - . " v'i
that Copt. James M, Moore, Asst. Q. 2Jst ult., appears an account of a hor- wnarmoaw puis sniggering jnrougn,
M., and party, sent to Andcrsonvillo in riblo outrago committed inPholps coun- tnovstrcctB? What has attracted, tho
July last, for tho purposo of looking ty tho murder of Judgo Wniairr, MdNtflnt,on oE yonder group ( ,jfom
after and giving decent burial to the four of his sons. Tho murders wctoPncnoo.prooBBu vuai mu um,0l
remains of martyred heroes', returned to committed by a squad, of Miller coWty. arkJ. dfdyou hear thoso abusive wirds?
New York on the 25th ult . bavins ac- mi it a. somOvnino in number, under you near mo icrnoio diows given i
comnlished his mission with success, command of Col. Babcoke, who resides VVhat was tno causo ottno ueatn or mat
Tnn fWnin rnnnrfo tlmf lin nrritrml nt in nitW Millnr-ftr C.ta oniintv.. man thrCO Years SCO t .and Of another.
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tVndcrsonvillo on tho 25th, and after Tho Judgo, tit is rpprcsontod, was GO twoyqarj ago .ana auonjcr a nine .oyer
having experienced considerable difiicul- years of ago, and an cstimablo and law- ft yar a8 a1 now RnotIlQr that-has
ty in procuring transportation for him- abiding citizen. It is said that two of j passed to tbo spine .land r uan
self and party of mechanics and clerks, tho murdered pons had been in tho rebel Jany ono tell? Ia thoro no rcmody ? la
tho work of painting 'and lettering the army, which probably led to tho com- it a sin to vindicate man's humanity to
load boards for tho craves, was imme, minion nf fWrimn. "Tt. hnU i, man r snail tneso tnings conunuo i
o - w v, WMW aaw . WUVMtM WW tm I . " I
diatelv commenced and finished, ocounv- said, howrvor tuam n,0 ommrm.W.. Will not justicp plead tho causo of thoihhood have; boon, a till -less.
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ng nearly tho whulo timo o tho parties that theso young men wcro behaving ucau 1 luu?1 n ao a uul 10 uo
during their stay. There wcro thirteen themselves with bocomini? tironriotv. gvorncd only by u,s appetites i Shall
thousand neat head boards set up, all their' conduct gaining them tho'confi- tho lovo of monoy blot out man's boer
appropriately lettered, giving names, Ucnco and good will of many Union sol- nature so far that ho will, bo deaf to tho
and, as far as known, regiment and dicrs and citizens in tho community, voico of humanity? ' Can ho not hear
company of deceased. -Tho Captain So indignant wcro sorao of theso soldiers ii0 cncs o tho orphan that ascends to
found tho graves narly all marked with at tho brutal eutrago perpetrated in 0(i ovcr th0 Bvo of a lather ( will
a noatly painted stake and numbered, their murder, that they at onco express- not tho wail of tho widow soften his
Tho numbors on tho stakes correspond- ed a willingness to volunteer and "clean ucart or vill, ho bo deaf to all, theso?
nr wWJi a rnnnril l-imt in l,antf1 niif tT,ftir r.AWn..llw inwnlnrnrfl And I If nOt. VIHV, OR, WUy not Biav mat
m" 1 1 m WWW v wpv i VUW UVOIilUi I VUV bUVIt WW 11 t ft V4 UM. vV V U fM4 !
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of tho nr son. c v np tho namoa of thoso itia nil thomoro damnini? to tho law osa stream or lniemporanco um ib Buuuiug
li. t,;a .tMtJmo to so many hearts; blasting tho
acres in extent, and ncarlv thrco .hun- was nomotratod. that thov Bhould travel prospects of tho young, burying in dis-
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dred yards from tho stockado. Tho many miles from their homes to porpc- BrBC0 80 many ot tso 8CU' ana scnumg
dead wcro all buried in trenches, and in trato it, while tho loyal and law-abiding sadness into tho vtcry bosom of so, many
manv oases over a hundred in a trench, of that community wcro willing to, af- houscnoius inrougnour, mis , county
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Mounds wero created over each body, ford them countcnanco and encourage
thus forming craves. A neat whito ment."
fence has been erected arou d tho etui "Call Him Pot Namos."
ctery, ana tuo place mauo to ioou as in- Wo do not wisU to gct int0 tho mu8a
vmng as possioio. rioosani wains aro ouraclvc but .voulu B;mT)l7 iik6 t0 in.
state, and land ?
Dow, Jr., to tho Ladies.
In an old sermon, Dow, Jr., tenders
sorao very excellent' advice, couched in
being laid cut which oro to bo shaded Luir0 whcthcr tho Chillicotho Chronicle
his charactcristical, plain, unvarnished
t i. .1.. ii3 -e
Atrn.lwftrrtivnnni.r5nti.mW. . . . .. . . . language, 10 VUO -ueur jmo ul uw
, T I"1 80m. namoxortu flock, It bo md with profit by
rr - ' - , . inrrniirnn mnn vn r n rfrtf an ttrmi Ati .
mffirv.. M.l norrttLViclcnnnf riant ..b somo not a tuousanu miics irom nero.
: mat wora "nincompoop." jjonot.wisn nt rt, .inr .mht.w will lofl
MOOUB. n tho paying onto this modern to bo undeHtood a3 objoctlng to tbe itiDoJr. Tho' ,aj
lifillTAlllo nnil tlinoiirrniinilinrrnt.nimli .... .... n t iwiiuuun 11 , w ""J "
aZZZTZ "VC"lUV 0t U0 arr' V 110 ' it-not us, and in case it don't suit, that
a r ,v. rimr-H nnno or our uusinoss. ana more. t.u m.i.
rounds lv Gnn. Gihlinnfi. p.nmmnn.linrf m wc ,10t 00 ""P9"
0 v .Q wu woulu il0t Blwvj e iuuu uiurcspcct
11. . M.i e ! l. . '
tho military forces in tho
every caro i3 to bo taken
MHI I .
ttUU towards a
that the re- Lnnlrl liti.
Tho buxom, rosv-chcokod. bricrht
But wo eyed lass, who can darn a stocking,
Wo don't mend trousers, mako her own frocks,
mind "hcof Btoak nnd liver" for fiftv or command a regiment of pots and kot
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for mo, and for any other man to. mar
ry but you, yo pining, moping, loll
ing, screwed up, wasp-waistod, putty-
mains of cur 'bravos shall rest undis
turbed. There wcro within tho cnclos- 8ixty consecutive meals, but after that "?J "Vn P'g, i ws, wrestle
uro of tho. stockade sheds about fifty Ju prcfcr a littlo chang0 of tho bill fi
Vnrdfl in lp.nrfth anil nirlitnn ffnt in wuuijiuujr, m jusv uv . fa...
width. There were no sides to theso
on.rMillnrl tnnnmnnta l.nt n-nn Prom JOffOrBOn City.
merelv uprinht poles, sunnortimr the . A.a'8Ptch to tho Missouri Democrat, fad eoniUiniaon ttR&gei music.
roof. Tho stockado with all the build- Uat0cua J.n y, Aug. d, says : murdering, novel devouring daughters
f . i. . -i i- .-..I Sheriff Patterson, of Greono county, of, Fashion and Idleness you aro no
,ugB, r w rumuiu naming uum mey . ho j8 UnUcd States Deputy Marshal more' fit for matrimony, than, a pullet
iuu uuuiijr, M m. uiuuumuma iu mu for ttl0 western district or. Missouri, is iit to Iook after a tamily OE fourtoon
neinous crimes commicieu wiuun tncir arrived hero yestcruay, navmc in custo- chickens.
imits. dy Captain Lemuel Jonos, of tho rebel Tho truth is, my dear girls, you want,
army, whom ho arrcstou at bpnngheld concrally speaking, more liberty and
Boligious. a few days since, on tho charge of con- less fashionable restraints more cxer-
A Conference of tho Methodist Ems- spiracy. This Jones was a member o ciso and less sofa moro pudding and
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copal Church South, mot at Hannibal, o gwiuiuro m xo,w anu ui. iromucss piano-moro iranKnoss anu ess
rf . . , .. ; Wobster county. Ho waa in Jackson's mock modesty moro breakfast and less
.6. ""J""""-" rebel Leer s aturo at JSeosho. and an hustlo. Looaon voursolves a 1 ttlo : on-
Aug. 2'2d, 1865. Wo notico in ono activo and leading conspirator, and has ioy moro liberty and loss restraint by
ist, tho appointmont of Rev. G. W been notorious as a rebol in tho South- fashion broatho tho pure atmosphero
ttONUARE. and in anothcr. of Rov. G. west, no gave bonus tor nis appear- ot trcodom, and becomo as lovoly and
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AV PnTuimsn for tliia nlnnn mi.;a uuco ioi inai, anu was reioascu. uoautitui as tue uoa ot naturo design
vtf .w .w.ww i mi . , - .i TT i 1 f . I
...... ,- 1 j. no next icnn or mo uniteu Dtatcs ed.
uuujr ul uiiiiHwua uuvu UUi, uiu u vuu- m str ci Court for tho Western District
ferenco for tho space of four yoars past, 0f Missouri, commonces hero on tho Prom Consta.Mnoplo.
owinrr to'tho fact of their hostility to first Mondav of Sdntembor next: TnE following is a Now York dis
tho government, wo 'suppose, as well as Thero ar 'some fourteen conspiracy patch of Aug. 25th :
that many of them havo beonoffintho cf,ses 6et ,.r tnn1, T. accUBed h,avo "Tno Oonstantinoplo correspondent
rebelranks.inthecapac'ityof Chaplains. SJ! Sf,thoTribr TundoF d,at0 o',Aug
, e a i appearanco for trial. There are quite 2d, says whon I wrote two weeks since
Now that tho Confederacy has fought n number of post-office cases ; also it had just becomo apparent that wo
its last light, and tho authority ot tho prosecutions against defaulting post-hrero to bo scourged with Asiatio Chol-
Governmont has been To-established, masters, mail robbers, c.o ora. Tho officials then roported fifteen
cases a day. Tho opiqomio is now iatr-
0?Jio Wertz Trial.
The examination of. witnesses in stho
caso of Wertz, elicits tho fact that he
had immediate chargo' of tho prison
Col. G ibb s, who commandod.at Ander
sonvillqtostmos that tho prisoners wcro
crowded so closely .together as itbro
mind him of an ant hill. Ho represents
the condition of th'p prfson as disgust
ing in tho, cxtrcrao, anoT states th a
part of tho. discjplino wad to shoot Who
over ventured across tho "deadline''
A rebel surgeon thinks that withj3top'cr
caro, sovfinty-tivo per cent. . of those
who.pcrishcd, might havo boon saved;
' A tolcgrara, dated St. Petersburg
July u, and only just received, soys
that a Warsaw journal announces that
tho plan ior, a .telographio lino betweon
Europe ftfldjiVncrica hasbecnapproyed
and signed by tho Czar. Thotlluesian
government undertakes to comnUto the
lino as far as JNlcolajewsk, the remain
ihffi nortion,.from'Nicolaio'wfik46, San
rapcilcg., eiijg' at tho charge of thp
A Mt'I.M ifymnnnif 'Tim nnntfnl nP
the latter amount8ioton millions
dollars and bonds, .representing, four
hundred,, and' thirtyrfbur thousand' bix
hundred dollars thWo' already been is
sued.' It is intended' that this routo
shall bo finished in five years.
An Interesting Body.
A relic .of old . times tho haloyon
days of slavery anij Southern suprem
acy in Missouri" may bo seen by calling
at tho Church in this city. It consists
of tho remnant of 'tho St. Louis Oonfof
onco of tho'' Methodist Church South..
Like tho cause with.which it has boon so
closfclyidontified,'this body in its di
minishcdmimbTrs, shows tho mark of
disastrous usogo. Out of a hundred and
twenty old" toohibers -before' tho -War,
scarcely thirty answerd to tho call of
tlioT roll. Had not tho meeting been in
advanco of tho usual timo, with a view
probably, of avoiding tho oath of loyalty
which will bd required under tho New
Constitution rafter September 1st, tho
numbor in ottendanco .Would, in o,U Jiko-
i , i-ii i
This littlo band organized itsolf pro-
iminaniytor buisncss, by calling' tno
Rov. Dr. McAnally, oditor of tho for.mer
Advocato of this oitv. which was sup
pressed for disloyalty, to, the chair. It
was whon tho customary' cxdWnatibh
into tho standing of tho members'. of
Confcrcnoo was entered' upon, howovcr,
that tho point of tho greatest interest,
w as rcacucu. a was iuon uiscioscu uiai
tho Conference had very little, in tho
oyolty of its members, to boast of in
fact that it had taken all its stock ,
which was considerable in tho Confcd
cracv. Many of its members had not
yet got back from Dixio, whero they had
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ucon minisicnns io ma spiruuai warns
of tho rebels of this Stato. Ono of their
number tho Rov. Mr. Talbott a chap
lain in tho lato Confederate .army, bo
camo tho subject of a most extravagant
eulogy on account ot his services among
tho knights of tho rebellion, a part of
which consisted in going about tho coun
try with o horso.and waon, and gath
ering socks and other clothing for the
bare-footed and baro-backed patriots.
Of courso Brother Talbott's standing in
tho Church was voted number ono. Uo
had, it seemed, been tho instrument of
converting many sinful rebels, but it
did not appear that his labor mado any
of them a particle moro loyal. General
Sherman and Grant and their blue-coat-
cd followers scorn to havo been1 much
moro efficient missionaries, so far as
that kind of conversion wont, than
As an exception, ono man connected
,with tho body tho Rov. Albin Rucker
claimed to have always beon loyal,
but his kind of loyalty was shown by tho
fact that ho announced his purpose of
dosisting from preaching, rather than
tako tho oath of lovaltv required bv the
New Constitution. Wo don't think tho
'causo of tho country and of good :erdpr
will suffer much from Brother Kuckers
Tho Confpronco expects to bo in see
sion several days, and we shall endeavor
to givo a faithful record of its proccod
ings. Prom its action thus .far wo do
not think much comment will bo noces
sary. Missouri Democrat.
IGonerals had been
Maximilian, and that
havo 100,000 robots
coram wsioneu py nm u :
u wasimcnaou ioi:i
understood to bo
tenets.. Tho Convention oath, it is
presumed, will bo no, obstaclo.
Tub McOausmnd oil well of Lafay-
etto County, at last accounts, had been
sunk to tho dopth 'of three hundred foot,
and no cil had been tounn. bucn a
well can not properly bo' styled., an oil
igf Twontysix. dead bodies "Tvej
su" Dy my omce.
f i .
rnnv nnvn nnmn nnoir onii nvn ntrnmnrinmi ji. . -
.-w, v-r f"-b t jsrom ino xvio uranao. , , ; .. , si . mu.
to reorganize themselves under the pro- Brownsville, Texas dates of the I8th S ZiictZ
lecung nana or mo.-gooa oiu govern- uic, siaio tuai an ox-rooei omcer uoasi- now t wo hondrod and fiftv a dav. but
mcnt Their groat vital principle and ed that bterlmg Pnoo had been mado a 5t ia .uj, f rom tll ' numfie'r- of
prop, slavery, having beon removed, maJor wnera 7 . WMumuian, ana abad -and d ing rsoon in'-tho streets, that
& "kf rttsJfiSsa z&itis
vr. ,rwjr v. ruiUU- rmies. a so uat several oyer, reoei miiltarVVarrison of some six thousand
uuig, us oi oiu, in me times ot jvntuo
ny Bewlet and William Skllers, will
. " loorvinn within a vnnr tn Irnnn. xrntnli nFI - . . k- . .r : ' . ,
eY' . V vi ri f- n j r 1 " 1 would do tho mortality in, jsow xorK,
Sheridan on tho Rio Grande. tho' pouldtion of which' is loss than that
American side, of tho nver.- 4 I mnn .jJL '?n l1nv. tlr7-Lh T-a-.
Our.officors, at BroVilto recently U rtci,ftlon(1 for. ' nj .P t do
gave a banquet to thqJumpworao can.npwVrl'short
bt5U0.to 6pi) a day, tho . ly exi
It is 'almost tho general belief I 7 ? Vu,"u"; ,. - N
among American ofiicers.that thoy will Cofi.'li,'B. Alexander, ActinMAs-
bo immediately ordered to- march into "ri-..rto- TTo.ftln1 dnr.rwn 1 nP Va
well. It seems a littlo strange that Mexico, njr x i .-. .() f '
.vitnall tho digging wnicu nas ocon anv nnn,imr nt ni tin ImIO ill n rtn linn. I fowl .lia SnoriMinrAil nil PAWrtaf n fay.
one:fot Oth.r purposes, oil Bhould nov- 3, Ul d fr tbo description LhaWflWthin' his iurisdiction todis
boforo havo appoaroa, uuc uiai wuen of hi. diaoaso ,ivon, ciaoww0. bo hasLimrw Ml tW dnnntlM nnrl
men dig for oil, thoy seem to think the bepn very WngulBrly ajrootcdi The Lgonts, and ail their clerks except ono,
narm muse prouueo at. is muv :uu uiui n HiMhniit Gazotto Bavs : . kt iU n,l P tnn nn. mnnil.. V
t will :"but if a man should'dig-perse- . n n...i., Jent. t c , . '
if I w " I UUVU1UUL Ul UU LIU U lUUbt U IJUlb UL . . . r - - t!YI
vcringly for sardines, is it to be pro- U. . , - . oxb;b. The. loyal poop e o Jcon un
Tito following decisions havo
rendered at tho Pension Bureau :
' A soldier diBchargod on "account of a
disease under which ' ho was laboring
when ho entered the .service, is not on
titled to a pension.
Actual rank in tho lino regulates tho
amount of pension, and not brovot ranlc.
This rulo applies to aid-dc-campsad'
jutants and others. i "p ."r
It an miury rcsulto from the fault o
tho soldior, ho is i-'oi entitled to a'pen
A widow's ponsion ccasos if sho mar
ries. Tho minor children, undor sixteen
yoars of ago, if any, aro 'entitled from
Arrest of a Dushwhaokor.
Wo. learn, thnt on RuniUv n mnn
named HenrrjOobb, a bushwhacker, was
arrested' St Rockhouso Prairio, charged
wiui, Dcing yuajvuo gana ot outlaws wno
murdcVed fathbt Morris and burned his
hmiMiA Ffi Wlfl taken bofnrn Rniilrn
.Uayjand thflfovidonco being direct and
poHiiivo oguuioi, muj, uv naa buih w
this city for confinement in jail, Since
his roturn from tbo rebel army this fel
low Cobb has been acting very baTHy
and tho people of llockhooioilpvf shpWTr
thomselvcs good citizens Hrnot taking
tho lawinto their own hands-ftndurahs
ding sotioty of .tho mqnstors.vTbrfmsR
ti wilfuWaVrgo al(HdronginvfigtS;
tion beforo Uo-proper, tribunal and jus
jtico roBdcjou jn vths Lcas9. The jnurder
bldodod acodi in tho .crimnaliannals ot
our lato diffiottlUes.-IIe was taken from
his residence, h9 'huildingifircd'bcforo
his eyesf .and.after.. boingi- forcedjosee)
tt "reduced to ashos, his oyes wero'dclib1
pratly shot oht : anWWn ViM-
lcrcu in C0iftiivptj;iiSpQ9yRiuginr
!c,d jwith a.Iprgo, number ofMJets,. spd.,
lion Ipft.uppn thp. ground iwolteridg iir
lis blood St.. Joseph Union) 29 th ult J1
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Good -land-all over 'tho .Stato hast'
rison in.prido ..in tho last, t'wO' months i
pfty per.cent.! Twb notico sales in good)
noigfaoorhoods, of limprovcd'property,
at' from 325 to 850 per aero. W. T;;'
Duvall, of Clinton county, four '.miles
fiom tho railroad, refused 'S.iQ per acroi
For his farm the other day! Ho was-
irht : ho.will got S75 in a year or two.
Liberty. Tribune. (Ooppor.V . (
Go' long, chilo! don't talktp .dis
nigger noil, n 'bout ycr high prices -of"
anu wncn uat "internal-, onstooupn'' (
s a runnin all do fuse' famlics out 'do
Stato ! Land ris :flfty 'cents, in., two,
months !; why chilb','.dfi't.ii.Qy ; Qpnstpor
tiondono' been in. force jnstrbout' dat
ong. uo ,way widycr foohntsh, .poyT
can't doeebo i dis nigger no longer., no.)
sah! Hannibal. .Courier. 'i y - .'
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Wm. P. Johnson; of'Bra'zbri'a1 Coin'-',
ty Texas, has recently b'oo'n'in Washing-
ton on -a visitto his brother, tho Crosi
jlent'.of tfip, yniteBj j3tiftC8, whoai eo.had
previously seen only onco, at thoirjjroth-
er's death A0d,.sincpl'lbSU. 4 William is
four years, older than tho President.
being sixty-five years ot: age," is a oartV
penter byitrado, and 'uncompromisingly'
opposed to slavery, but docs not,believlo'1
in giving tho 'negroes tho 'b'alfoti j4lOn
this-lfttter-quesion-he -says -'J Andrew
would not'give hto any definite informa
tion ''as' to, what ho jntendo'dto dbiM1
William was a strong opponont.ol.secea-
sion, auu iwo ot xiia soaajwere BOiuicrar
in tho national army. ! 1 4 u
A Cairo dispatch of.tho-21stultsays :
"Two hOgro men, bding.' 6oWctod v byl
military court. ofi bcing guerrillas and
committing a rapo upon a-whito womati'
near ColutribusV'Kentiicky, on'tholltu
of last March, wcr'o'h'uhg' at iO'a'efo'ck'
to dayatr Paducah pfivo, thousand per-"
sons wero present and every thing passod
two negrooS ,thbhght' tho hanging' very
pleasant. Thoy rims't h'avo enjoyed'it
luiiutuavijf. i i . ) - J.
A singular ph'onomo'hon recently oc-''
icurred-on .tberf arm- of J phn- J onespw
Salt rivqf, '.nx1lsUs .county", vA
btrip of groubdlabpUt'x80 feefwidoex-'
tending 'straight 'out frbiri the river' into
C-1J, LJZ:x'- -i.-.ia-.-J'-: -J-.li.!. r
way and sunk to "tho depth 'ofsomo
twonty-fivo or thirtyifoeLi j;.-Tho .'earth
around thoedgesj)f tho excavation rd
piainetl" perfectly solid, wMch.inaljes" Tf
still more wonderful.: ,
the day of; tho marriago.,'i ti J
1 M 'thilA .n th A wa.a.m At,' nn
or emoluments as an officer or .Boldier
of the ftT'my,-can bo placed on tho pon
sion list'. The pension, shall not com-
mence'. until-thffiarty is diBonargod,
, A minor "disabled in tho service does
loso his right to a pension, al
though ho may subsequently have' boon
discharged-bccauBo of his being a minor.
. A seaman was taken prisoner; i and
attempted to 'escape'; for' -which he- Was
soverely puniehiSd thb' enemy fand
thereby' disabled.' It- is held that- the
disability: was contracted whilo in ''the
Jjno(of his duty," and 'for "which ho is
entitled to a ponsion.?
-The pension. of a minor child cooses
at the ago pf sixtoon years.
uracd that all tho other treasures, such Uod 8ymptom8 of mortification, further gav:
as. gold, silver, oil, soap, etc., would
kcicp out of his way until ho found tho
Mminners." lie would not, of course;
fail to 'strike them t ' ,
( Tnu State Convention of 'Mississippi
jia's adoptod an ordinanco forever abol
ishing slavery in that Stato,
amputation has been resorted
last accounts ho was doing well.
I nnn'miAf nf ATnnnn Oi'tv. nn Satiirdav
Tiili rnlinllinn'. in Porn', at lasfad-'
We acknowledge th'o receipt of -an . 'J'' -,.'
"""r'J " t j j : - j
' " SpEAKlNO-'of tho. ldtV election, th
Louisville Journal,sayi '? "Wo havo for
sornp timo beon trying", "'ript wholly with
out bucqcsHo convinco ourselves that tho
numbor pf actual robels in fioulhas boen
incpnsidorablo Binqo tho close of the war
but, in 'viow of-1 the results pf last Mon
(lay's election in sorao- parts of Ken
tuckv, wo aro apprehonsivo that we bavi
boon mistaken. Certainly, somo, pf th(e'
bitterest and' boldest, or rather 'most
Audacious, of all tho rebels' an'd robe
il.!'- , ' n. -1. V .... Li.il A
Hjriupamicra in tne 'otaie, nave Deoni
nvitation to attend tho Grand Rocep-
ion "Rannnnt for tho returned 6oldiora.li j
o bo given .at.St.- Josoph on tho 15th I' Wauninh to LADius..TattIpbogins
pieciea to tno legislature by largo mi
icrlties-plcpted, nbt in sbitb of;. the
b'eing rebels or quais'-rebew. bu't 'fbrTtt
jroason ,hat thoy aro sp.u
j.Tnu JWeptlicti- VolksbhUf
uuwjr w u- uuuvurnja jmo a uauyt
I A circular from' tbo Stato Sjpejin;0
tendont of Common Schools provides
for the establishment of 'schools, fori no-;-
;ro 'children in district's containing 'd
ufficiont number of colored children' to
justify- 'tho; osjablis,hmonti .o.S i such a
school. Where thoro. Is .not a sufficient
umbor, consolidations, districts will'
0 mado sufficient for nt)lnininr t no
couislto numbe'f 'for i s.tjh'pol. f
, The. cars pn ithqttciSprup, rogularjy
So Pleasant Hill, in i Johnson i county j
?ho grading between that and"In'depen
donco.ist pearly caa-aloted; 731iioi track
is laid for four ymilcboyond P.lopant
Hillan'd throe milespn this sido of In-"
jdepondonce,' lodvlng'a gap bhly seven
teen miles to close tho trabk. " A!'Few
iweeks moro ond tho road' will ibo.tepen.'
its entire length. " 01 J ' uun il
GBNBRAL BfiAUREOAnD-fl houSo-afc.
New Orleans;' was' surrbunaed'k-few
bights "sincS, 'drid'Beiiurei'arJi'witliihtliV'
brsr.koptau, cotton .pre stilliinQBiing.i
It was supposed thatiKirby Smith was
:uucefliea m tuo jiouso. . Avgent.imuch
oflemblingii Smith iwosijmistakcn.iif on
him. . ' Beauregard complaine'dto tH?
Sherlfi of the ma'nhei'lii'wh'ich'Uhey''ihI,0
nil "Il u
BLINKUBt llOllNfiDY,. Ka. ft yeWttl
n the-Union eause,;hasfe&a atTftclIon5
:or next OotoDerterm' of (jitcuit Court
it ' Johnson' 'countyj ''''ogainstuiBte'rlWl'
jtiio, iiubi, j. ivuiiitj, jag." jncuowan.
brisonmont, laying his damages at fift1