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THURSDAY, APML 2, 1874.
Of thf SI 7 nr.2 soldiers buried in ;
the national cemeteries, the names of
147,823 are unknown.
Thc entire line of the Cumberland
and Ohio Railroad l)ctwcen Camp-'
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iK-llburc and Gallatin, has all 1kk?u
placed under contract
under contract for construe-
tlon . - , '
..i, ..,ti.. M,-r.i,i ; A f,
,V 7 ;
represents that country to lw in a
much more hopeful condition than is
Maj. Harry Heiss, lato of the St.
Louis Times, and one of the Wst
newspaper men we know of, has taken
the iKKsition of managing editor of the
Nashville Union and American. The j
publishers of the "People's Own" !
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could hardly have made a better selec-,
tion. We congratulate them and :
It is announced that Dr Randolph !
Fteiihens. Medical Direchir of
Prison Hosjiital at Andersonville dur
ing our civil war, will soon publish a
work with the title, "The Southern
Side, or Andersonville Prison.' Its
object is by, means of documentary evi
dence, to show how false have Iwcn
the charges of cruelty made against
the management of the Audersnnville
Prison. The work promises to le a
valuable contribution to truth, ami
as such should be welcome to the pub
lic of whatever section.
Tho official returns of the New
Hampshire election are at hand, and
romjare a.s follows with those of pre-.
vious years: j
1T4. 1S73. 1C2. 1ST1. I
Item .:i."...i7. "l.'AI :.T"'i I
Hep :'4.1il :U.iilO :;s,.vj! :ti..'J '
Temp 2,l:i." l.'t"; 7H
Lib I'Mi ,
Labor - " TV- i
Total- 71.V3 fiT.TfS 7n.J-'4 rts.nss ,
The St. Louis GL!e, a Republican
journal, in reprinting this statement,
r iJlll'l lino . n.tivnv,
lhe,e fitrirc- it would
ine.,t nt,u.t , u wo.i.o ,
ie putrid reminiscence,' I
nptiear that the
id i Yi.irti.Milfii'l v llvi'K- iHirtKii rwiiln- '
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ing, indeed, more vitality than the new i
l.: .v. . ..i :.... .v,., i
p..lM, mm u t.iiiv ui:ir uiiu- i.n. .
liehl, and then cast preei
cent, of the total vote."
!y one per ;
Olive 1-iogan savs no plavis too vile
for France, if it he "gilded."
The remains cf Dr. Livingstone arc
to lie interred iu WcMmiiVcr Ablny.
During the war politicians com
maiuhiil our armies, now genendsmake
Rev. Dr. Sunderland, chnnlaiii of
the l'nitt-1 States Senate, receives 72 '
Quite a nunilier of di-tillerios have :
Ih-cii burned f late. V;w it in an-;
swer to praver? ''
Vvcithv .Northerners continue to
nstoniidi the natives bv building mag-iiiii't-nt
n-sidenccs in -liida.
The Ohio legiature has declared
that no "scratching" of tickets shall
lie h'g:il here:dter, unlet done with
The latit lmtanical burhp.ie L a
Chinese plant which cliamri-s color
tl.roo times a dav. Call it " Fornev's j
Favorite." ' j
Fifty-four per cent, of a'l the ex
penditures of the government are on
account of cxjienses gmwing directly
out of the late war.
Yellow River, Ark., has resolved in
a town meeting that " the great need !
.u tow " i aiaiui mil noiiien.
Who answers '
I hr lris.f worils nY :m Al:ihnni:i Jiiiir- '
den-r.hunirtJuMtherdar. were. "Ilansr
mc h'i'jh ami strt li'h mo wiile, ami lit
t!c world v how 1 rlii.il.''
The Shah of IYivi;i waiit Mrs.
fNiRiuel Colt to ciiiio vcr tlitre ami
.-tart a revolver f. tnrv, :u.l lias ajrr-?l
tn marry her tlaulitcr as au inJuce
nicnt. Tliorc are said to 1k Foorcts worth
niUiions tif tlullai-s ttiuiux'tod with the
New York ir:j!iif'ri proeos. If c
wore tlie (inijihif, wc e!i;.ild -Jl 'em.
Coi'.iHttit'itt t-Liitis the houor of
to Ihree of the nine
justices on the Supreme lk neh of the
Cnited States, inclu lintr the Chief
Ueu. Ieauregard has written a
letter to the Washington Republican :
in auswer to (Jen. llerU it's letter on
tlie Louisiana question, ucconiauitHl
by two communii-.ttiisiis signeil by
prominent citizens, showing that when
(Jen IJeauregard was a candidate, tho
office sought him, not IJeauregard the
A dispatch from Portland rays tlie !
Indians on Malpcir reservation have !
grown insolent, and serious trouble is
feared. A detachment c f troops have
been sent from Fort Kearney to pro- j
tect agents Liuville and Di-meii. j
Unville has knowledge of a conMir-!
acy anion"' Indians, who have i:i coi
immbew l.'ft the resf rva-
Sir Henry Thompwin, Professor of
Clinical Surgery in University College,
London, has contributed a paper to
the Contemporary Review in regnrd
to the distosal of the dead in great
cities, in which he advocates the
burning of the bodies and saving their
a-hw in urns, if desired, as less revolt
ing than consigning them to the grave
to rot and lc devoured by the worms.
His premises are: the horrible character
of the changes in the dead Iwdy after
burial, the decomposition of gnsc,and
contamination of thcatmospherealiove
and water beneath; the impossibility
of intramural interment w ithout ensu
ing sickness, and the fact that most
extramural cemeteries will in the
course of time come in contact with
the grooving population. On the
other hand, he insists that incrematim
is perfect, clean, not unhealthy, con
sonant to reason and law, and prefer
able to slow decomposition in the
ground. A body weighing one hun
dred and Seventy pound. can lc re
duced to ashes in less than an hour,
lne resultant iH-inir "tt Cue sublimate.
and not a portion ol reluse. In l;ict,
Sii'motm fnrmrn a Imdv -pi.rhiiifr
m a raiM iumace a 1)0(1 weighing
two hundred and twentv-seven pound.
can lc burned in 55 minutes, and the
ashes, which will weigh about five
pounds, can lie removed with ease and
leave no traces of noxious matter. A
late Iyjndon letter states that this
article created a great deal of excitc-
. mem ana u.scuss,,,,,, ana in;u a urge
party among thej util.tanans anI
1 wtniitists are in lHvor of lite. innov;i-
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tion, but that the great mass of the
, tin ..1 1
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people are already on tire wun intig-
" " 1,,!iUJt ""l're, l
bon( of their ancestors, or rather
their own lones, since we would be
the first nctims sacrificed in case the
rutfirtt Lhnnlfl lift I.hhftrl
f 110 ( if
;the most .Iisagreeal.Ie teatures ot Nr
; Hcnrv Tliompon's plan, a- he applies ,
, it to London, is that instead of show-;
: reverence for the ashes of the de-:
rartod, at did the auc-.enLs, whose
' rltcs he Ues'res to revive, he proposes
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thus in the anpiap? .f Mr Holland, ;
who has replied to bis ait.- l-, "uMi.g ;
the Irenes of our anecfctors s a sul-
the bones of our ancest;rs i-s a sul-j
tut for P'nn.turnip dressing." .
lhis f.-aturc ol the project has given a
,)itt(inK.gg to lhe (iiaion that other- j
wise would not have markctl it. Lon- i
don -journals state that Sir Henry;
Thompsnrs jmper in the CMitemjHr- 1
ary Review has atlractctl much notice j
in Germany, having been translated
inm-, .cnto uuuuumf r..: i.. 4'-;
ki I II mii mi (. niun iii Mf ian, ir.
Kopl. Moreover, the practical Au.stri
ans have taken the idea up as one that
has really now passed beyond the
stage of discussion. The Communal
Councils of Vienna and Gratz have
adopted a proposal to establish in
thi ir cemeteries the ntcf-wary appara
tus fi.r cremation, "the use of whi'.-h
w ill be optional anil open to all." A
"veritable agitation," ve are told,
has arisen in both places, though
whether the excitement is all in favor
of th" fiery furnace inuovatiiui, or
whether the attached supporters of
their jiicturesoue churchyards are in-
Oigimnr inai liiese vt-nera;ue oeposi-1
tones t all that is niort-il snou'd he
deprived of their j-.resci ij-.tive rights, i
does not scetu verv clear. Th
of disposing of the !citl was jiracticcd :
I L' . I ... A . J . . . '
nvfnueoi uie trreamatpinsoi
ty, an.l csiM-nally pagan n:itR)i.s, hut ;
it will 1 a long time before it can U :
made p.pular with the English and
American peoiile. AS here the light '
hearted iennese would
. . .
lCMi,m r d,ljt,enti,a"ts WIth1out a I
(ir ni,irr!1ri anij nit-rward tran-;
q.,illy contemplate the brl-.ved re-;
niiins in a jar neativ
lai: -iied ana m-
1 1 i i
all the virtues of the la
mented deceased, the nrrc practical
" v. . . . .. '
i ild traditional Christian foi ino-
burial. Bat when thefurnace system
b"come fashionable in Continental
! Euro-ie it wiil spread bv degrees, mid
the more advanced sjiirits among us .
will not 1m slow to dely prejudice by ;
noldy berpinatliing " their works ton II ,
age. and ihcir lnidis to the eons-im-
ing fire." There are already indicu- !
tions O' inting in this din-ctio?i. 'i'he '
New York Tribune of March 2l s;tys: 1
"It will probably Mirpri-e most :
readers to know tliiit there are a iiutu- j
bcr ot p-crsons in the- city leally and.;
zealously in earnest in the c!!irt to in-!
tr.wluce the pra. tiee of burning ti e
dead instead of burying them. These;
geiitlemen, or some of theiu, Ii' ld a
meeting last nigiit at iie on ice oi i r.
S'xton, in cst J iurty-htth street,
with a view of rerfcciing arrange
ment cither fir a Lrge meeting or
Itirsonie other form of dcnionstratin
upofi the public. They consider the
u!ij"ct solely from a r-cientili and
sanitary i nt of view, and iu that
Ih'ht it is certainly a question deserv-
ig tiie taircst hearing.
Very IlonUh.v I.li(itl.
Judging from the table of ages
publisiusd iu the last L'niteil States
cti'svis rcxirt, iir 1 7, the year the
census was taken, there were in thi.-"
State, with a pomdaiiV'n of I,-i",Si:5,
(i jici'sons W lio Jir.tl fcaclied t!ie t'ge
of 100 and upwards, rigainst 17 in
V- V...1- i.k;,.K 1,.,j ...... -.1. ,.c'
X :iHil X !,, ,t,iii.i'r 1 ms . '
putaiiiiini 1 . 1 ;!.-.
!71 inhajiitant.-;, hat Imt I'l over a
hundred yvnr t-f r.ce. ' Dakota, Ida-
Ins Ioiita:ia, Nevada
ami I tali have
s : . i .. .i.
vjt'oriria ii;;n ;i . i
Alabama 2t, luiisiana
17'.) .ii-t i ,
Carolina 2ti5, MiAissijpi 2M.
I he tact that our folate jsusescos a
healthy climate is evidi-rn'ol by the
foregoinr, and a farmer living near
Nashville tlerriiiistnitcs, in a letter
written to the Cincinnati (razette, tltat
Te;;7ie.see Kil is reniavkablv fertile,
as he made ?l.(2:Mat. vear" by culti-j
tivatinc teu am of ground. " There i
r.ir, )u."t,.. doubt lmtth.-ir Ti.nn,..o !
' offers inducements to immigrant, sec-
ond to no other State in tlie Union.
Thus fur, there has been no special
cfliirt made to advertise our advan
tages as a State, but thev are heiiir
gradually found out, ami the indiea- j
tions are that a large muiilx?r of eapi-1
tali.-trf and first hits firmers will ciust j
tlieir lot with us at an early day.
Un tvu und Amerirxin.
rr. , , i
Iliievi-fi h:ivi In'pn niattieuvermfr in !
.1 , 7 i 7 i .- TV
the neighborhood of Oailatin. Iliev
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1....11U1.U VIV llLlll .11.11. II .IU .HIVII.
jvirtion of Montgomery comity is
iafcstcs.1 with mad dogs. Oneoftiu
"Kssksan" r.lncidatea the Cnww!
sen of XewMtper Ilnmawlty.
Near tiie Volcanic Region,
March 19. "H afloat in the
mountains!'' "Old Bald-y" Prepar
ing to Erect! Volcano! Smoke!
Fire! The Earth Quaking!
Things Trotting!" I heard all this,
and I could not stand this. I had
never Et-en a volcano, so I mounted
my horse and put out for "old Bald."
The news got worse the farther I went
As I approached the mountain I met
the natives a pettiti " men, wo
men, children and dog. They begged
mc to turn back, and sung, "Turn,
sinner, turn," r.nd I think some of
them prayed for me. It beat old
Mrs. Ward's saloon at (Jreeneville.
To get out of the fuss I pushed on.
I struck a leading spur of old llald,
and nxle up, as far as I could ride.
Then I dismounted, hitched mv horse
and walked on. Where thS rpurt
joined the mnin mountain, mv wav
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olstructe.l bv iK-ne'.:.licu!ar
rocks. I could see smoke from the
top, but I could not hear the rumb
ling. I climbed up and around the
mountain. I got on a high jioint,
from which there was a commanding
Jhe raniMiuc tnnntlns
... . . . .
?n,wItTr"-,la",lt ZTlf- !
i ed me more than if
the earth had i
! vawned at my feet. I saw
a watron. i
with tour nfules, driven lunouslv
arounJ )C ej(lf f,f t,,e mnilIltaill It
ha1 on it an oM-fhionetl waCon-ld,
, n .1 c
on.-i . r. .... tha t. . . 1 l Tii.rji o t . . i
i ' ' t.
! lrwco twL-d 111 it TIiw tVif tViMlrr
hel l together, lxunci::g about over the
nnks, is naccouutt;bIe. It went a
few hundred yards, and turned round.
It stopped alujut ten miuutes as if to
riwrf. tlm nll!iv iol-f if ('.imp
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arai:i. ihe nad (it it could U'caiieti
rWid) about one hundrotl v:.rds
,()n.r ' h wouM ttirn the
mues .. eac, 0I1,j 1 saw Jt make
tr5 Then I took a drink
fr0JU lnv fl;1,k aiul rambled down
t() th;s .j tuniI;;k,,. t vav0l ,nv.
'7 side .,f the nud, to. wait
lor tne wagon, jii a lew nnijims
herc u carne Tho ilrivor nt ste
ms unti, he W;IS witliill fiftv st of
, 11. ,mj t,,;.'ui tf.i
u injiis stirrujis, (he was riding one
of the mules,) and tried to bliiti me
bv veiling out
"Get out of the way, you d dfool!"
As soon as he spoke I knew him.
It was George Sikes. He used to live
nvr i'i Iiiiunnil U'lwo AL-iellson WHS
rt f Bunwmi.; I picked uj) a
coiiolo of nKks ami j.laccd mvseli in
the middle of the
stopped and I went for him. Said I,
"George, if you don't want to 1k lilt
ed from that mule with one of these
domicks, talk fast."
"Talk what" said he.
"Volcano!" said I.
"Now look here, Sawbones," (heal
ways called me Sawlsones,) "you know
that I am a poor man. I ani paid by
tlie editors to do this."
"Rut how aixmt thesniokcand fire?"
Here George laughed outright.
He said the native-J were very skittish
when they heard the rumbling, but
when "the blow out" came, thev in-
t'nl lied. He had buried
n Wr-i iif luiwili'l- liiit i-iclit t'ei't defM.
:nserte)l H ,;u tu)e tiie keir, traniD-
ed in the dirt!
"Thev s:iv thev hear thia rumbling
,.() yoji! TlfV iear u irr(. Xl0V
,vij, ho;,r h ; Y()rk S()OJ1. th"e
Iiew, ;s ,1 Ini,ruv ftL,tt p.Iw.
,M)n f(1!. t-uv' Hi- me all the
tobacco vou have alioiit vu go
home to vour familv
I (iu,",,e hour
milv and keep vour
Tlieoid (;uilt saw me coming and ran
to meet me. The first word w.tj "vol
cano!" I told her the volcano w a.-? jH
right, but the cu-sedness of human
nature was breaking my hi-nrt, and
that if she didn't g't in the house and
make me a strong cup of coffee, there
would le a volcano right there. She
went not being a strong-minded
crusader, she c -r.S'ijucntly docs what
I ask her to do.
If you are in the "volcano"' busi
ness you can suppress this. I don't
want to injure any man's; ami this
volea;io-enithuake news is mighty
Tin: kki.ii.ioin nuui,n.
There an-70, OOOnicmbers of Christ
ian churclies in Iiower Ik-ngal, (if
w bum fiO.000 are natives. Christain
work has told there and it is onlv just
Rev. MeClintock Barnitz, an agent
i of the American Bible Society, has
1 commenced a suit for liln l against the
St. Iiuis De mocrat, laving damage at
I Mr. Sp.urgeon during the Inst seven
teen years received KJ,0iH) persons
' into his church, erected thirty-six
! chajx-ls hi l.-iidon, and supplied the
I .tnie with ministers trained in a col
1 lege of his own founding.
A member was lately received in
the First Prtsbvterian Church in
Honolulu, Sandwich Islands, by letter,
vf itn.1 tl.t.t that sister war. a
member in "good and regular stand-; the tame. But he had sometime be
ina" of the Church diMuLssinshcr, and fore sold and delivered to another party ,
fiithennorv.that t-he had lx-en" vaccin-! the lot on which the valuable sover- j
Rev. Dr. John Hall's new church,
' Nor. York, will be, when eomi.Ietod. ! and jicrhtiprs IiUijation, wiw tlie tjnes
j tlie larirvst IVf bvtoi ian church in the ! tion which arce in his nund. - Aftt r
: I'nilcd' State, if "not the largest in the i taking the tulvit of counsel, he t-on-
The irrovnd ninm which it is
cost S.vri0,0i!0, and the house,
it is estimated, will cost SfjOO.OOO
Momif-teries and convents in Rome
are being turned to new jiurixis-s this
seascn. Stune of the kitchens 1h long-'
ing t the monks of the fornttr con-,
vent" of the Carmitm, consisting of
1;irr-'p Iirtnieiit., have been
transformed into soup-kitchens tor tlie
need v. Victor Emanuel contributes
l:io-,iv t.-i fb.i'ir smiinirf
An'argument for the "AlK.lition of thus is truth again proven to be
the Thii-tv-nine Articles" has leen "stranger than fiction." I his remark
printed bv an Knglish Ritualist. The ' able statement is vouched for by a
tli- t tl-.i ir siuthors were rowtabic lawyer of this city. It
Cuivinists; and the fact that Church-1
men 1. -Th and low. are acreeti in re-
iMKliatincr Calvinl-in, makes their
presence in the Pniver B;oka scandal
unda reason for getting rid of them, i
Amontr the imliroct fruits of the
1 ...... ,-i-fil in trio Wpif
1: iva l ii.-ii:iia iuii.i. vi -
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and now extenuing easiwmu, is n-
, , .. ... ti,.r mnmrn.
w've nuulo lat ck l the ctiqra-
I IlirM 111 I 11- Il.ll AllilU I"'"' " l"-'l'
. ... ",,. r.l.lllW.ll l.TI.IV.
ertv in New York city to no longer
lease anv of the real estate of tho cor-
ration for purposes of liquor trafiic.
This irojxTtv is valued at eveml
A FAYKTTEYII.I.E ROMANCE. ,
A rroule XarratlT? Ifcitt nigki lc
aierao-ifi-. . .
J. Batcman Smith, of the Fayetto
ville Journal, thus relates a heart ami
It is not often that we relate any
thing in a patheticmanncr, but when
we do tears always flow. Pull out
your pocket-handkerchiefs and peruse
He was yonng, he was fair, and ho
parted hi hair, like the average beau,
in the middle. He was proud, he was
bold, but the truth must be told he
played like a fiend on the fiddle. Bar
nog tins' viLT, njm cvt-lumg nice, 1
and his heart was so loving and tender
ring this vice, he was everything nice.
that he always turned pale when he
trod on the tail of the cat lying down
by the fender. lie clerked in a store,
and the way that he tore off calico,
J?1?1? "HU ur";"
"tk,1. "nJ mm,e h,e hrute
aUS" l" WK U1 nA i u;u
ii!-r llo nut ni'.iti ft n:ih with a An i-
. 1 v- v ul i T"
iiiirr mu.i ii'iip m mrii iih uvirnivi rk
adore and cherish ; for one girl had
said, while she drooped her. proud
head, that 'twould kill her to see the
thing perish. On Sunday he'd search
i ih !.i r iiriii
the straight road to the church, un-
, 5 - j I
demun he sat, like a young tabby
T ' r;it. wit h the saints in the amen rnfir.
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' iifs:iiio- ilk' u iiirii.-siiiu in swppi vni
. . i
v is lvirH fiiMc tiif-mtur Hivnw t
' J V .
meter; and we speak hut the truth ;
when we sav that this vouth could out- I
siiu a huTiiTV mosouito. ' '
S wi vnuncr. !hp was f nr ftiwl :
s. . . '
: she scrambled her hair like theaverage I
lielle of ihe city. She was proud, but j
. not bold, vet the truth must be told, I
the wav she chewed wax was) a pity. '
Barring this vice, she was everything I
! nice, and the world admired her bus-;
j tie, and the Eavetteville boys, lieing !
! calmed bv the noise, walked miles to '
hear it ru.-tle. She cut quite a swell,
did this wax-chewing lclle, and men :
flocked in crowds to meet her; but she
vn them tbf shirk, for -she loved the !
! voting clerk who sai-g like a hungrv
"mosquito. So she hemmed and she
hawed, and she sighed and she
"chawed" till her heart and her jaws
were broken ; then .-he walked by hi
store, w hile he stood at the door await-1
; ing some loving token. She niised up
her eyes with a mock surprise, and
tried to enact the scorner; but, to tell
ths truth, she yrinnrd at the youth
w ho loved the anitn corner.
They met alas! what
came to pass was soft and sweet and
precious. They wooed, they cooed,
he talked, she chewed (.), ho they
loved, good gracious! lhey had to
part ; he rose to start ; her grief can-
not be painted; these are the facts:
she swallowed her wax, then screamed,
' then choked, then fainted. Her pa
: appeared; her beau, quite scared,
' rushed out to get some water; the
watch-dog spied his tender hide, and
bit him where he "oughter." The
t.-.le is sad, the sequel stem so thinks
: the youth thus bitten. He sings no
i more, as oft of yore he gave that
girl the mitten.
She pined apace; her pretty face
, hxikcd slender and dejected; her
father, kind, but somewhat blind, be-
held her and reflected. His income
tax he sticiit f r wax she smiled and
!.called him clever. She went to work,
i forgot that clerk, and chewed in bliss
! itnrirt Trrnsnrf i nririhl.
! When the war between the States
11 . .1 i. i . i-
broke out, there lived in 31emj)!iH a
certain voting mecnanic wno voiun-
ti ered his sen ices as a soldier in the i
Confederate cause. Just before receiv- j What Chi i.-tianity docs for liberty,
ing marching orders he fell heir to j may be seen from the fact that there
$7, .;, which he rwt-ived in English j is not, on the face of the earth, a
gold, and buried 87,000 of the same ' body of 10,000 Anglo-Saxons obey
hencath the roots of a tree on a cer- i ing the nil- of others,
tain lot in the city. The said lot be- j The av.iage receipts per annum of
longed to a friend of the young man the Wcsleyan ministers of Great
whose family had ki.idly nursed him ' Brit un is .1200, or aUmt 81.000 gold;
duriiiL' a protracted illness and for ; which is alxmt the average paid Non-
v.hom he felt a deep sense of gratitude.
Jt chanced that said Idler Incame
tired of his unrecpiited life, and dtw
pairinr, of the cause which he tleeinctl
"hist," before many of his fellow sol-
lett his eomnuk-s without the usual l
and parsed beyond the Ixmndary tA TTO Jl XEYS-A T-LA U
the t.oulederate States into Mexico.
In due course of time he sailed for
JMi"iaui ana mere snipped as a sauor
,. 1 I 1.1 ! . " I
on a merchant vessel. After various ,
adventures around the world he was j
I "t length taken very ill recently, while :
sailing in the Mediterranean, and, be-;
; fore meeting with his approaching1
death, summoned to the side of his
ham muck the master of the vessel,
! revealed to him the above stated facts
and dc-ired him to writo a will in
which he leiuott!ed to the friend in
! Memphis who had nursed him iu sick
; ncss, his buried treasure. This wax
; accordingly done and the will duly
' signed and witnecsed.
; The master of the vessel faithfully
carried out the tlying mpiest f the
.lecciised soldier and sailor and com
municated the facts with tho will to
. the Memphis icmuee, wno received i
: ei-nis wire denoMted. now u irei ai
i it now without incurring opjiosition
eluded to develop the whole matter to
lilt? purcnaser niiu wnmi in iub juaiv
and a.k for the right to make search.
This was done, and the new proprietor
'cneroa-lv forwartlwl his wishes and
.1 1 1 41... ..l.m.u.
wive hini every facility to possess
iim-elf of the treasure. " On ditrging
at the n Kit of the tree der-crihtti in the
will, the irolil, amounting to $7,000,
'. ft ..' . .
was huiiiiv toumt ano tlie new owner
made glad by the glittering heap.
Thus did the "bread cast upon the
waters return after many days." And
furnL-hes abumlant foundation for an j
iUiereM!n; riiiiiuucv, mum r u..
: some competent person will work
: JlrmjAi Ufptrr.
The peach crop is seriously injured
. ! .....
, m tt unv ii-uiiii.
, m the V1(.lnltv ()I
... . . ..
Knoxville h cousidenibly damaged.
" " iieiner
; juroI the Iruu
It is tli.-jiuted whether the late cold
KaCicr IrB-iril. j
Muggins, of Phenix, celebrated hi
"iron wedding one day last week,
and he invited alsout onehuudred and
twenty guests to the wedding. Of
course each person felt compelled to
bring a gift of some kind, and each
one did. When Mr. and Mrs. Smith
came, they handed Muggins a pair of
flat-irons. When Mr. and Mrs. Jones
arrived, they also had a pair of flat-!
irons. A 11 hand laughed at the'eoui- j
cidence. And there was even greater ;
merriment when the Browns arrived ;
with two pairs of flat-irons. But
when Mr. and Mrs. Robinson came in
with another pair of flat-irons, the
laughter liecame crfectly convulsive
"fi"',v" " wmuinii. ,
There was, how ever, something less ,
Illlilictlig ninmi it. n in 11 ihk: Xlt(fillr-
sons arrived with four flat-irons
wrapped in a brown pajier. And j
Muggins' face actually l(H)kel grave j
when the three Johnson girls were !
ushered into the room carrying a flat-1
iron apiece. Each one of the sue- j
cecding sixty guests brought ilat-irons, '
and there was no break in the contin- j
uity until old Mr. Clurry arrived from j
Port liyrou with a cast-iron cow bell. !
Muggiiw has uo earthly use for a cow
bell, and, any other time, he would '
have treated such a present with seom
Unt nAwlmwiu iwttmllv frrAb.fn1 t-. !
Mr. Curry, and he wa about to cm-
him, when the Walsinirhams ;
came in with the new kind of double- j
ixuntcct Hat-irons, with wootlen han-
tl 1 ..tl -1 i- .1
n.i au tau tcm 01 inu guests
brought the same articles, excepting '
Mr. llugbv, and he h:ul with him a
. . ..ii.i.ii: ii.A?.. ...
imieni suimi ior iioiuui": uai-irons. '
Muggins got madder and . madder :
every minute, and by the time the
company bail all arrived he was nearly j
insane with rage, and he went up to ,
bed, leaving his wife to entertain th,o
guests. In the morning they counted
"P the spoils, and found they had two
hundred and thirteen Hat-irons, one
rtand and a cow bell. The fact is, '
the hardware st-.re in the place had ;
an overstock of flat-irons, and .old.
them at an absurdly low figure, and
j Muggins' guets unanimous! v went for
j the cheajvest thing they could find, as
people always do on such occasions.
i4rp-i rr wn .-lamr.
', Miss Olympia Brown, when mar-!
: nod lately," did not change her name. !
shc says that she and her husband
; agreed 'before they were married that i
'they should hold 0:1 t their own
mimes. In fact, she would n't have
; married without such an agreement,
; I arked her if Mr. Willis (her bus-
. band ) did n't wish t change his name ,
to Brown. She said, "Oh.no. lie
would lie simple if he did, Willis being ;
;a much prettier name; liesides, had
his name iceii Iligginlx.itom.hewould i
have preferred to retain it, considering i
; it was his own, and tiie one lis had;
always been known by." I asked her :
if no'one ever called her Willis. She i
iid, :(h, yes, sometimes they did;;
but she didn't wage any sjH-cial "war on ;
j that, any more than if "they had called '
her some pet name that never ln-longed
! to her." And so it is John Henry j
Willis and the Rev. Olympia Brown"; '
: juul he attends to his grocery business,
and she preaches to her congregation ,
: (,f saints and sinners every Sunday, j
! and thev keep a snug little house in ;
; Brid-'cuort. on Golden Hill, and the
; unnie on the
door is " Olymjiia
j Brown," thiit partner in this nuitrimo-
nkd firm being the letter known of the
I two. Had it been the reverse, John
Henrv's name would have nrohablv
I .i.i i . 1 1 ii-ii "
greeted t he ia.-scr-by on Golden Hill.
! con form h-t ministers of England and
XEW A D YEHT1SEMEXTS.
1,1,,,.P .v- r ciu'yitp
liOBLRfi-ON A SPLN(LR,
l'I'.Al'TICE IX dlllSOX AM)
&'iiiiiinff futilities. Si.et'inl attt'iiti..n
Rivrn t llierll.-i-li!i!i of (.'liiinis. inarii-inii
W. II. IIAKKI;
E. K. LldoX.
mms & mm,
iniupwiiir o ot pniiTiirnn
Luuiov LLt d i duu nenn
Thi is the Oreat Iiiraet and Thronifh Line, and
the only All rail Koiito from all H.int3 in
AkkiiAS. I.orisnAti. Misaisstrpi,
Al.ABAVt AND TttSKKkMRI
i to tho
-Kj.i-i . "pocf
; I'l Ol til aHU HicioXn
! Ulllimu riiiauu WttliSj
I K,,n vi lM Un b,,ta W!,J-"'' : !
1 Siii.!iTiiiioninniiiHwiiiiniritnni j
Mt. I.nnitlo WemiittlH nltlmut rlmiiL-r. '
i.enUTiiir t Little KocU wiiiiont
No Change of Cars
From Sfenipliis:. Miinlfromery, nr Nashville ta
From T,oi:i5viI! nnr ennneetinc I.ine run j
I'ullman P.iaee ( ant thniiifh t Kast
rn Cities without ehanre. mak
ing a tireat Tbrue.ch
; Continuous All Rail Routs East,!
Acouung all Ferrle aiul Transfer.
! MAMMOTH ' CAVE,
I lie treatest nt natural eurinsiliea. is loearen
on this line. PasMjnifer ean stop nrar and viit
the Care, and resume thoir journey at pleasure.
(iUEAT JXWCKMEXTS TO K:JIGILNTs!
For ecimideta information an tn time, aeei.m
mirilatiiins and ennnertinns. ien(t to C I'. At-
more fW the I.i.i isvii.le Jt GariT Sovthkks ;
Monthly Kaii.itt tiimr. It enntainn nrii- I
nal anl sr 1m t rt adina matter. as well a; raileoad .
new.-. . I'. AT.MOKF..
t.tis 1 r.i'.". I i.-kef- . rer
W. I. s
AT UIS OLD STAND. COR. M.VIX
Jt FRONT tfTUEETS,
TvrrT.ATff, ITEMM" XiX.,
.Staple & Fancy
i Keeps contaptly on hand a full supply nfliro
! eerier, bouiiht al bottom prices for Cah, and
bmali TOIlIS IOr UaSIl!
tiive him a call br.fore pnrchiwing eNowhere.
j pj -p q
xt JJ J Ix lii lii O a
HACKS Sc WAGONS,
At hi.-, new Shop, on
WEST .IDE OF MAIN eTP.EET,
MI LAX, TEXX,
Woul l '.ii-it his oM fripnit!! ami customers nl j
the public ceiicrjlir to siva liim a call ami ex- ,
amine his stock tiefore piin'hasiuy l-vherc.
All kimls of Kt-'pniriox Joiie ai:h ncatiio-s nl
Ui.-patt-h. A ko"1 assortment of
C O ' I r H
91 ETA i.H' RYRIAI. f.lSI?!,
Very low. A 'cl Hearse Yeaily wnm called
for. All Work Warranted. mar'-l.
Singile Meal 30c or 12 for S3.
P.-wm? fnr $1 npr ?im
i n. odi.E. rirat fierk.
j ???-v' OXTrs' l'r",rl,'"'r
I.l.Ti.'os:' IXIE"TEI TO TIIH I X-l-rsiifnr
l. iilmul rxci.tixn. nro Lcrcl.y
I that tlitir tu-ruunU arill be in
THE HANDS OF AN OFFICER
f ir cnJIociion afirr the first day i.f Afril, K4.
V.". I!. MCKIXSoS A CO.
GEO. K. FOOTE,
AT TO Ii X E V- A T- L A H",
Will ira-!iii in all th Court in tl.ii Stntr.
otS.-o in liic City C'ntirl rwaiu.uter I r. Jurdan's
l'rutf Sttir. iimrV.li.i.
A. J. DAVIDSON,
J-.M l ACTt UKU OK AND IKAl.-ll
XSOOT3 ds C
rinin 'trrtl Calf fur Sin. rinin n--.H'airf..r
!.'.. (V.r.lr.l tt'. huxtiio. vw'l. $11. I sr tli
very lit inntiTial. Krimirins -lie;i.y and
rmui'tly li.i:e. f-t Mile .i:un nrrei, .uiian..
; ( ivi:i:s ii is Htors-jssioXAi
V. i'-c-in lii't-iiiii-ns i.l Vilin and s
iK -.L': trj . in all iu varimi bran.-in-
IMtii-r in i r .Ji.nl;. :i s Onii Sl"n-.
un A il!tat.isiiii slrvi-t.
Union & American, j
( THE I'EOPL FTS PA PER.) ;
Tin irrnt Xew. Family. Ciimmrrrial. Pu- '
titi'ai ami A (fri- iilinral .Fi.nrnnl i.f the S.mli. j
It iittc ;elesriiihii insw fn.ni nil part of !
the w..rll as ?..in as any ullu-r p).r .i.i.li-li-. ,
1 vt. l.v tvt'-znnih. the intern! news i.f ;
tlie o.) trorl.; n s.h.ii as any othwr paiier xmb- :
lehv.i in tlie I iiTteit Mates. !
It (ilvra. hy Moirr.i j.h. the latest market '
iie.ta1inns of all f..rriKn an-1 d.mie-tie markets. ;
ilay l.y .ly and week i.y wix.
It ;lvi". hy telvcrar.ii. every Hsy. the el..i-
in? ii..tati.iiis i.f R.'M. storks nd hunds in thii ;
city and in New York, of the dny l.firn. ;
It .iv, Paily. Semi-Weekly and Weekly,
the enrrent market i-ri. e in the eity of Xash- !
lie i.f every article i.l is.Jme and Irnile in !
j It l to the inerh.mie an aerunnt nf ev- :
' ery new inxenti.in i-;.l-iilated In adv jnee his in-
' lei-e.t l.y l eninij his lalirir. .
; It t i KsiHiirlal ehruni.'le, whi.di pnhli.-h- ;
. e t.i tiie collide every fart in tiie tit!.tn-e i.f the ;
' Sinte and i-T.i-.ntry eat.-iilate l t adv anee r re- i
1 turd their interests. j
11 iv"H.ill ihe ri!rri.'tif (.uiitieul new and i
i mi.veiiieiits i.l' the day. and the Imni-st n.iniins j
J i.f i'. .-en. In. t..rs thereon.
It iiM all liK-al. State and luiseellanenus
I news of the day.
! 1 1 Ji vv a (.'.e.d share of literature and imet-
ry tre-h. eari-tiilt v elnwen ami rnu riaininir.
IIk Acriclllt uriil and household column-,
l.y Pii. PAMKI. LKK. (wlni is nlone em. loved
hy t!ii-' pai.er. and who stands first anions the j
si it-n'ifi.: and prai ti.-nl airienlUiriti nf thij I
ci, in, try. i are full of l'.in talk to Farmers and .
I!i.im-ives, and advneute their interests in ail ;
St Bl li!i"rlllS, 1.1 MIVAM I5.
Ihttl'j wr annum b-f Mull,
I ! ' I I ! 1 I lill II
TENN. Hemi- UWkly r annum, -I
Wrrlhj ix r annum,
i$nrtr jx rtud m projiortiun.
I XIUX AXI AMKRICAX.
marl:) NasHVit.l.c, Tkns
rntsT noOU AP.OVE E. A. COLLINS'.
Gknebal, Stapuc it Fanc y
A peria!tT made of ntplrir.a- theennntry
trade, and tr.ke in exehanire for ?oort all ronn
try prixluits. nllnwina the hinbvst priee for
every sikm-ii-ii of ennntry harter.
ilaviuc hoiitht entirely for Cah."!!! e!1 tlie
nini. way. anf at the shortest priifiladiisi'sil.le.
Sdii'iiinc a rail fnm the piiMit-. fee will lc
rl.-r.scd pt ny titic to prUa n.oi.
EEIES, I Ciroiaars
Xi-rv . voiuv
t w oiaar price lut
dutili.ate 1 for
CLOCKS, JEKELUV, Cr., dc.
CARTRIlMiE;?. ic, Ac.
o.k1 rrsrranted rept-ontcl. n, ,uij
at frier ihnl lei 4 niuparUou.
W01 k aud Cut"tn .iiciti.
A. G. HAWKINS.
ATTOKX !: V- T - I. -V W ,
Will rive prompt attantiun In all buines
intrusted t. hit care. marlJ-"m
I3r. & Mrs. Hallstrom,
in old ?tam. Tin: " hy.v ;
i L.VDffc? & MlSSPcS' HATS,
I LADIES' DRESS OOO US,
! LADIES' NOTIONS,
j LADIES' SlIOIvS and
; LADIES' (i(X)DS )F ALL KINDS
T.io nimieroTu to nitnlinn.
(jo n.l 1'iiV for
SheDherd & Harrison,
DHY GOODS, CLOTIIINC;,
NOTIONS, B(K)TS, SII07A
HATS, CAPS, HAIIDWAIIE,
QUEENS WARE, Ac. ttc,
wlii-h thov will p!l at the lowest rt-h i risp. i
Irrn wishing i.m-I l.a-snini will fin.l it in
lhir intfrrst ti. a!l ln-:r iur. Ii.i-ini; tl
whera. as thvir s-.'iis r r.i.!r!;nl a
thryean be ltl. 1 licir torun are
Sirictl Cash, or iis EiM
Tall and im:no their stu.-V
rrral pleasure in shoains S'l'iJ.
'hey take ;
NORTH SIDE MAIN STREET,
CORNER JACKSON ST.
ag27ia , Tnx-us".
See Our Stock,!
Always Complete! j
BOOTS & SHOES,!
HA TH I- -YO TI0XS.
Oent's Fine Fancv Suits at j
BUY A XT, JACKSON & CO.'S :
Rov's and Youth's Clotltin at j
" RRYANT, JACKSt N it CO.'S ;
Drv-(iaxls and (iroccris nt '
RRYANT, JACKSON vt CO.'S I
Ilartlwaro and Queens'.". are at !
RRYANT, J ACKSON & CO.'S :
' Ladies' and Missies Shots a sjK t-ialtvat !
P.RYANT, JACKSON A CO.'S I
! Quick Sales nt i
j BRYANT. JACKS )N A CO. S ;
i Small Profits at !
! BRYANT, JACKSt )N ct CO.'S ;
i Rusv Proprietors at j
"BRYANT, JACKS' )N & C( ).'S :
I Polite Clerks at I
I ' BRYANT, JACKSON it CO.'S !
j itc:, etc., Ac., etc., itc. at !
'BRYANT, JACKS! . A t. U.s
marv-l? - j
ALL IDS OF FUG DONE
BEY GOODS, 1
ox n.:;n ax ;
Eli Sput. c. n. ;,fn.n.
Stone & Ellis,
Cheap Cash StOiG
! BOOTS, SHOES, HATS & CAPS,
GROCERIES, &c, &c.
fL G. W1SSI
IXm't ask for Credit we do not so
licit that trade. mar.Vlv
II.ninT flrtnniaf'l to retiro fr-mi thfi l.iivi
ne, 1 offar my
Entire Stock at Cost!
MHtl.nnil (T' n nKuiitff .imii will liml
tWif a rnre cbant-e f-r iarii.A.-ins Mj ttn-k ui"
STAPLE GOODS & Hill
t'nti! th St"-k is rli rreil imt.
A SPECIAL BARGAIN
is Foil ItHNT as sunn H4
nnr.V.f E. A. CtLI
1!. Ham. V.". Ii. A:n
ti. i;. u ami.
; Sale.Y anhook 4 o
Whnlef:!o xnd Uetail rrr.'.m in
! Field & Garden Seeds,
DOOP-S SASH, BLINDS, tc
Orn tf.um AR.nrA.ii p. PRontTE.
Strist'.v. !):.:i't solicit ar.y eredii rra.le.
Oar ftoeW wiil al.-.v h found eomi lete and
at hottem prieea. tlive uj a rail.
Wi;sT SIDE MAIN STRFKT,
IVTXXaVTT, TEWW. .
Barter taken iu esc'uaiige for auythirif ia lh
TERMS STRICTLY CASH.
S. F. RANKIN,
A T T O K X E Y-AT-L A V
SOLICITOR IX CHAXCERY,
'Will prafi'ein fiihson and adjoininiennntie.
Ilrilrc : Kirst door over Jul lan't I'rax More.
I. O. O. F. Hall and Lot,
For Terms apr-Tr to the uTidersTir.rd Comn-.it-tee.
W. K. K Vl'fKTT. ,.t
; Physician & Surgeon,
(O.Htsa tt Jor.Un'n Stnre.
bit a cow, w hich wcjt mad and 1
to b kilK-d.