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VIRTUE A Pi D INTELLIGENCE THE MEArS-GO0D 'GOVERNMENT, THE END
. CLARKSVILLE TENNESSEE, FRIDAY, JULY G; 1S55. -
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JOB W O It K I
WE ire prepared to exeente
. Job Work of every deacrintiou,
ut Inn Ollice. with nentnes and
datoh and , therefore, ask evnlinuauct of the
eutn.n that we have berelnfura received.
Denier In Staple & Fancy lry
HATS. BONNETS, BOOTS, &l SHOES. CHI
na uud CSIiiaswrtre . Ac
W. 8 Fjianklin Row.
i3 ' , Ladies,,
Your at if nil oi. la partlrsoiiiriy etremert jtj
to my Pttwk of Dreee Good, Embroid- tXi
eri-i, Kid and Cloth Hocte it Klippenv and f hin
warn, (iilt Seta of China, 44 piece, from $13,50
april g( '54 tf. J. M 'yE."
nit. J. iti. pmxi5,
HAVING perminently 'ted In tlih place,
offers hii professional "'ie t the citizen and
ylcnity. Office oa olrawUrry Alley, oppoaite
the Livery '
Juue . 455 3m . . ! '
. W . H(7MFNCr.
Humphrey!" & Deanmont.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,;
And eoll-ctinir agent,' .
They will attend to bueinesa in all the Court in
thi jm.icial District.
Deo 22." '54-tf ' '
a. e. roinprxTii.
Quarles & Polndexter.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
OLARKSVJLLE , TENNESSEE.
Will practice in t1' Conrta of Montgomery,
Stewart, rtnbertaon, Dixon tt Humphrey couut
if Titnn , and nf Chrio ian county Ky.
Pnrtiouliir attention eivftrf to the collection of
laitn iti any part nf Middle Tenneuee and the
adjoining ennntiea of Ky.
april 20, '53 tf ' '
. M. KKNNBDT.
Kennedy & Glenn,
BANKERS AND EXCHANGE DEALERS,
WILL buy and aell time andiihl drafts, on all
the principal ciiiea gold and ailvel, enduueur
reui uieuey, AJvanca made oa produce eon
jiln(i to enr correanoudeula at New Orleauaaiid
T Office, hours from 8, A. M. to 5, P. M.
jA,'.u::ry l.ltli, ' 4 tf.
1IU. J. I Tiil'KVI O.V "
OFF.'.ll.Shia (jrofoaKiCLui aervir to theritlzenij
ar Olarkaviii anj viomiiy. urtii-e on rrunklm
Ktreet litpc thereeideuceol Win.Broaddu and
Mr 8 It 1 luiralou.
II r. Le
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OFFICE on Strawberry
Oct. 27, '54-tf.
Alloy, eppoaite tl.
(0sM McCurt, RnhfTtt Starlet,)
ITa aolicit a t'.r.:e of tlte i'ull ir pat -onape. All '
sannetila made up and Inaurtsd to fit, iucuod style,
WORLD'S FAIR ! t
ELLS FOWLER offer to hie frien da an
ulv of .n,l Hilv.. VV...!,- anil
jewelry of every deacripliou, of the be- ""'''"""i
IT Silver ware made in she- V?'
N i I am also ngenl r- V Rapp t Tat
eiued scicutilic Nicl. 001,1 I,r"'-
IJ. JOHN E. DAINGERFIELD.
if.lVlN'G pennlneutlv located lu CIrkHVille.
e'er hia profiiiii.l aervice to the eitiieiia ol
CUrkaville aud vicinity, lie may bo found at
prtw-ni,at the Fraukliu oune.
a. a. aaiT
T. T, V ARM At,
S U A T Sc F A It 1 A IX
V (I'VOCBSSOH TO SMITH l" SKAT )
Dtulera in," Foreign aud American
Hut, 4 ilS ISoota find Mne, Hard-
WARE . CUTLERY
e.,.j l...ri. n
Cooper Mild Carpenters Inula
No .'I Franklin Row Clurkaville, Teaneasee
V . 15. K VEUTT T,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Fruiter A; Con Terlioncr.
Franklin Sirret, next dwr to the Court House.
All orders accompauied with the CASH, punc
tually atif udrd to.
tt.ril 7, It j5 ly
Co m in i k s i u n and F u r w u r d i n g
Ttat aao w 3 a a Aiwna't
TO n AC C O SALF.SMAN,
Flrtr I'rovl tt'itrt lioii.e,
CLA-RK8VII. LE, TENNESSEE.
Hale Day Tursiluy aud Thunday,
Va. , I r55 If
I.artl Oil! I.nnt Oil!
Fan.ile will fiud an eit-elleut article ot Aard
Oil, I'or sale .1
F. R- W. THOMAS, 4 CO.
A;ril 11, '.S5 tl
Z I ii r 1 a i n t m
TiD Ka I'ure French Ziuo paiat, far tuperior to
n lltlo Lead, fur ante ry
E. R. W.
Apr.lt 1 3. 5S tf
TUO.M.43, 4, CO.
ir trN com.
I lore thee Rata, 1 love the well,
Langoag i cannot impart,
. The lov,tliat rliall forever dwell
For thee within ro y heart.
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' When first w met, ! lovtd thy face, '
' My heart went bounding free, '
1 TC' elai the la my warm embrace, 1
. And loll ray lure to thee. . ' i
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I lore tlice, Kale, I'll evr bear . n.
Time, chuie, nor atnonce cannot toap
' Vfiv l.llttlit it fi-nin ita Mil
Ilbre'leei I'll lore theo ever-
Naught can tlio tie undo,
Tliat bind oar warn hearu togolher t
' Iu fieaJkhip Liudaod true. S
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Ptar Kate, whene'er thy heart i il,;i i,
Then fondly tura to me, . . v , ,
And I wiil itrlve to muke it g'ad, .
't And drive dull cure from thee.
Were yno fmid the lov'dend gijf
You'd priia my friendship lout) '
But uow.whea friend are far aayr , .1
I'll auk tha fond caras. . -1 :
I know thai lov'd oae' far apart .
Are atill to thee aa dear, v
I cannot ar.k thee all thy heart,
But oh, I beg a ahaie.
Then "let my friendahip In the wreath,"
- Around thy heart en I wise,
And love for thee I'll eve breathe,
And wi.h each floweret bind. .
Tne Factory Girl.
BT ELLEt HTO.f.
In a eweot mat valliy, nestled among the
hills of old Massachusetts, Hands a ple.'tsant
village with a Dicturerdue mill D iutl and tact -
nrv Thre or- arro. Ihi l.aml.i w. ll.e
temporary re.idunce of two young me... who .d.t a,n arr 1 here 1 UM be "
were tpparently anlsts, a their chief oocupa- r"l",h s'ou 'r .
lion teamed lo coni,H i.. khmn th a.-enery I Sj , frien,ls P',,,,, for Love11 rom"a
ol tie neihborlRod, which .e celebrated for ed a"d' 1,1 i"M ,,,sn w"h-'1 wn
t.. hnan'c. Thoir arrival hnd eroaled ome stir
among iho rillairers, for they fit J n certnln
Olitlliiy of III. u not mnde iuvnt-Mmrlvuked
up to, and many a pretty luctory f,irl a the
tripped to her work, cast a look over her elio-'-dor,
if she met. eithur of the baud uine alrain
ge.i. ' .
Though the society of the villngna waa un
usually intcligeiit, end the females were re
niark'ibla for loveliaese, tlwre waa one lamnd
beyond ail ihe rest, both in mind and person,
aweet Edith Math jr. She was, an orph'in.
without dialer or brollier. eod lived with an
a'ed aiuil whom slitl chiefly eupported by I
labor in the factory. KJilh was popul-
every one, ahe waa ho geutie and I;'
i (Hut even
those who firnt cnlud, at 1
.earned to love
l , rn , lmM, ,,r ..tf t0 artist, whom
v.eh'.l! cill L"- " -oon oecame in erca.eu
in this sw1, cr",,,jre ' le"3t if l"ok. lone
I .jimUDt seeking of her nreaonce were
U.iy proof that he wi.slhus inteiealed;
One day aa he and hi friend clambered up
some rocks on the sleep hill side, from which
ihe villuge was ove looked, and a they tat
tho'ti. the bell of tlin factory rang, and the
green was immediately covered with girl em
ployed in weudinp their way thither after din
ner. Among tlimn it was eauy to recognize
the light aii'J grncel'ul form of Edith.
'Iasiio not beaiitllui 1 Where can you show
me a form to sylph like V asked Lovuil, with
His companion made no reply fur a moment,
but the abruptly remarked
'I think it U time we leave this villigo.'
Why !' asked Lovell with urprie,
Brf(:au9 if we do not, you will have that
girl lit love with you. Your admiration 1 j
evident to all her friends, and you are too hon. j
arable to huid out hope you never iutend to
r u:i. t
out hor. r i,.u.,d ,o fulfill r i
'Ye for you don't think of tnarrviiirr that
girl, do youl'
starting tn hi fel in .-ouibrr.o.,
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Lovell iudulod in a hearty Tiuigh, and then
asked 'why not V
Why, for a thousand reatnnl. She ia only
a factory girl, a lady neither by birlh nor edu 1
calico, but a simple la, very good Indeed tn
her way . only no match for Fred Lovell. Think
of presenting her tn your fahiouable acquaint
ance lu town! No no,-it will never do
shake off ttii love fit, pack up yojr trunk and
let us be off In the morning '
Lovell shook hit head. 'I am perhapt a lit
tie mo.o roniimie than you are Harry, but 1
have tome common sense, and think I havt
b'oughl it to bear upotr this que e ion. Wr
have now been her a a month, in which ii na 1
hate become well acquaiuiud wi h Edith. I
left town heartily tick of frivnll. ie, and with
Ihe fixed opinion that there is no womau 1 1,
our set there, whom I would make my wife
Tne city g irls are ao frivuloua, ao fond of partie
so eager lor wtalthy aJlUure and really m
Ignorant uf household afVaira, that for a niu'u-oi
ta.te to marry ono of them would be folly. 1
am not fond of gay lile; I think it watirt too
much jireclou ;ime; antj I ?, therefore,
a wife rho wiil be danuiati,an(l itnt involve
me in a round of ball, nd other entertain
mcnia. I do nH wih to be a hermit;' a few
friend are a great bleaelnjfi and I elm II alway"
be sUl to gather around trio : a ehrele of the
right l.ind; but protnistMiotw, faahiriab1e viU
ng I dctfat. Now, I thin I here found jost
the pirtnef f require, 'fa Miae Mather. She
ie well itfurined, agroeable, eitnple in her
taaui. haeeound ecnee, and wl'.iial poaeeaee a
laryeahare'of peraonal beauty, and if I mistake
not, the power of loving ery deeply. If I
marry Ucr, and take luir totbe city, her intui-
.Ie tact and she hi till In renmrltable
-trgrpo ivl! mn .ipply and deficiency in
tt.nnucr. in abort, I do not know where I
could make a better choice,
"' "How, when she hi.e rjotccompllahmentsl"
'' "She cm a In J with untaught grace; and aa
forj ibbering French, I don't know how thai
would make net betior. fcne , would aoon
learn too, '; with h?r quick parte. Beni(1f,
enre uiore to have a wit unelully iuforoioil.
thin to Save one pojeesaing" only tuperHuia)
accoinplislini? rii8." . . '
"But her fainilyl Uecollect who, your
grandfather waa." . ..-(.
"And wlio was her! a Worthy dtvlne.'poor
I grant but extimable: Beld :, I am above
the cant you tulU of,, if her parent had been
huneet, I wou'd cars litti) whether they were
of royal blood or peasant extraction.'' I believe
with Burns, that worth make the man, and
the only degradation that I acknowledge ia
that of crime. "
"Well If you are reaolved on It, I know
enough of your obstinacy to aay no more. But
fuiih, Lovell, if you had a guardian and I were
he, I would take you from this pities to-mor
row. Tou wou'd tlr ,ik me for it whea you
recovered your eenaou."
The convereatlon here ceased; and directly
(he tw o frieuds returned their steps to the vil-
The next morning Lovell's companion eame
down etaira attired for a journey.
"I am (join j back to town," he tald, "for 1
. Bm ,1,ed of ruralialllg
The fit for that is over;
"very w.irB ... ...tagu u... ... .
E i h were to bo married.
I i T f Mn Mnn ......trn, ITj.iifj n! f ,,. i t k fb Hrl.
pJ" "' ., '
told his alTection, 4,we rrny b: hapn:' .
Edi h ansv erej by a loh of "f'tf1"'
to. tender, coatidmg and p'-IUL-nt, thut Lovell
adored her mow than "
In a fjrtnight were married, when Lov
ell took biMdl tee hit relations, in the
oulhern -"J wlieuce haca.ne.- Eiliih's par
lin" t-ilh her aunt wa rorrowfui, but it waa
u,ie in the expectation of speedily returning.
Arrived at Poiladelpliit, the curriago drove
to a handxome reuidence in Wain it Street. It
was evening, and Edith was dazzled by the
glaie of liglit that burst from the windows.
This it the place," auid Lovell, asniHting
his wile to alight, and almost carrying her in
to the euperb parlor, with lit Saxon carpet,
rosewood furniture, costly curtain and gilded
mirror reaching from ceiling to fl Kir.
" Whove house is thioT Have you relative
living tliu-1" said Edith, surprised at to much
"it was my house, is now yours, dearest,"
( tald her hiiKt)iid; I am a poor anist, out a ma n
Hen in worldly gogds, yet rieheat olall In you."
Three years have panned sime then-, and
Edilh lias fulfilled all that hor lititanil lore
told of her. Mie makes the best of wii'e. and
is one of the ir. '-n i brilliair oruamentt of the
circle she moves in Lovell's friend nmnied
a illy, tashionable woman, and n greater
contra! in heppineei exists than between
lhoe two former friend
A handM me rural cottage, filled with all ap
pliance of luxury, has bt-en erecti d iu Edith's
' native village, and (hither, every summer. he
and her husband repair to vi-.il her aged aunt,
wlio dan been Inatalied mistreas ot 1 1. s pretty
CrRrtAN' Ivohkuttv. A farmer attendix?
t lair wi.h a hundred p nincN in hi pocket took
prerauiniii ur fir p i-n . "
w-r.is. he re...-" mine ha-H for pavmn.it.
But the landlord, 100 deep lor the country men,
w.mdered what l.e meanU and wa qui. ture
t.a.ttllll.h(1 fliklti Afrni i,ttr..f tlsil us, f til
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pen Ix to ihe recollection, ami finally to the hon
or of Uardolp, the farmer applied to Curran for
Have patience my fritind.' said the counsel
'Hpouk to the landlord civilly tell him you
have I e tt your money with tome other person.
Take a friend with you and lodge with him
another hundred in ihe pre. ence ot your frieud
and como to me.
lie did sti and returned to hit lenal frieud.
'And now I can't see bow I tin goin lo be
the belter off lor this. If I gol my aee..nd hun-1 gl,Meil jlarVi;a But like everythin. portaiu
dred back again; but how is that tn be donel' I . r
Go and ask hi in I'or it when he W alone, said
'Aye sir, aHkiii-r won't d i, I'm afraid, with
out my wihi"e. at any rate.
'Never miod, 'akt my advice, tald the Coun
sel d a , bid you, and return lo me.
'I lie farmer rem rued ltd hi hundred, glad
to find that afe!y In hia poascsairn.
Now air, 1 must be content, but I don't toe
I'm tout I. better off.
Well then .aid Ihe eovnwet, 'now take your
''iend with you ask the lao.llord for Ihe bun
lied pounds your friend a you leave with
We need not add that the wi!y lai.dlcrd found
lit had been takan off hi tru rd, which our
Imne.t friend returned tn thank hi counsel ex
uliingly, with both hundred lu hi pocket.
1 ? 1 i I ' tmt the Chronicle .
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, , ' ... ,. ,FRtnr, JuneSJ, 1S56. ,
The deelre of the All kJ ro'weretj the Bv'i
ropeao war, and etecial J iof Enalind. to eon-
ctliate the good wilt of t It; United Ctaloi and
divert the ympvhy jf on p?''p)e from Rusia
whither they are-to eii.v-'r.ci to sne it land, hat
received more, an! ivnv rut'ner laeni-wia, ct
emplificatinn recently.-. The Cu-in Govern,
ment having promti-iiei'; fnr'tlib nrpope, un
doubtedly, of e(TLct oi lh Americana, that the
English Government hud fonounceo titer ivp"!
nlead inled Ihe nrevi vcAr, tli lh h ora)
'.fl . protectaihft cart o', t First Lord ' of th
j Adiulralliv. 't,. ii, n.,.,.. r r,.,.,mnn.. .nd
everil Tecra, in tli'Atipjr rix. ntjarlf H'
ny the calumny, andoHfure Ihe American", ex
preasly, that the Gnverninant have nosnch de
sign, and afBrm, more over, their full conc tr
rence in the Amerisne plniplo thai -'frne
bottom ma k u free jf kU " Wl.at k change
nf pceition It ihi fo'r tho tnjlT-h ministry
compired witS the dKtrines of 1?0j-15; ut
what ia particularly Ingnniout in the advance
mads for at leaat tlio-it'f a alliance of this
eountry, It the allege.i Interpolation bf a fresh
demand by the Western j iwera. a ono of the
conditions of peace, viz; the airngation of the
Sound due pi!J by f'nrv.grt ye-elt entering
the Baltic, as lately anltrd by iho United State.
Now, altfiough Russia 1 interested at well ar
England, or any other comnercial p wer In the
navigation 'of the Biltlt!, this is a matter of
Danish revenue alone, and no eKpecial concern
of Rumia. Th v Unite States preferred their
demand to Denmark a!j:ie, who exacts Ihe ob
jectionable tol) under her own statutes, and
pock sis all the proceeds. There I some hln;
veryr shrewd In the tn-iyement of the Allies.
Denmark list a . Bort of alliance with Rural a
for the management of ilieir cammon concerns
In the B.tltic. Russia U to be forced into the
support of the cluim of Denmark, td thut
brought Into direct boMility with the commer
cial Interest, and k1Ti,.n' 'he United States.
Allies, in such enterprise aa that of France
and England, teryofttvt. inJulgt la- a fiwre'
imnng f.V-'in'rcM. .iLm,.; people have believed,
in epiie of the present wonderful entente audi
alt between tlie ancieot enemiua, that occasion
of dispute would ere loig break out. The in-
cipiency of such inisu ) JerHlandiog already ap
p-wrs io Uio quarter wo. re it waa to ba proper
ty looked fofin Turk- nnd atm.og the peo
pt'j mnet iiFtery i.T.JrVb q afroi ti:e reriden:
diplonialt. By the i.iliiguus of the French
charge, M. Eenedetli, the Turkial. cabinet
hat betn- broken up and 1 rr modeled Lord'
Strutfordv the BrUisli m in inter, labort strenu
ously toelTect ihe restoraiion nf the di-pluced,
iniu'utry, and loudly complain to hi Govern-
niut of the Frenchman' underhanded work
while the E nporor Napoleon roundly approve
Beuedetti' opperationa, and pro.notet him lo a
nominal enibussV to Persia, without removing
him from Constantinople. Let them qiurrel as
t hey will it is all very iuteretting to poor
Ti rkey, who will be still more gratified lo read
the seini-otB.:hl proposition In the london
7m?, to take from her the principtlltica of
WalUchia and Mold.ivia. which it wat t o
pretended o'nject of the war to tecurt lo her.
and to form ttiuin lotok.i indrptndenl power!
Notwithstanding the splendor of our grand
Ocean Line of Steamers, the profits they pay
have much lest brilliancy than those of many
enterprise of less magnificence. The agents
of the Collins line, aa everybody knows, have
for some year past been annually engaged in
boring Cong -ee for a- munificent charity, to
enable the proprietor to ke p their vessel
above water. There are soma persons, it it
true, who consider the pretenst a mere impo
sition upon the national pride of those guardi
ans of the Republic' interest and honor, and
ridicule the Idea that shrewd men oold con
tinue Riitth vat' capital a that, company has
employed, In losing buainost . It might be
neceary to reply eorbtisly to this argument,
were there no other affairs th in Ocean Steam-
iej Into which it is a good deal easier fur pet)'
pie to entfr than, being in, to got tafely out
fruin. inero 18 no reuHon ai til 10 UiniUl, U-
k,n "" into vir:.
Pr"per earning, the Colli
hat of their own
'in floating pallace
have not bten exreedinjjly good ptoporty, tud
,mnt It alone owing lo lh patriotic .plrit, or
e individual tympathy, or indifference as to
the disposition of tne public plunder, or the
hope of a free ptntage to and from Europe, on
the part of member of Congret), or to Ihe ge
nial jiill.ience of good suppers paid fur by Cul
lin, lhat the walking-beam of the Collin line
are kept in motiou. t
The California line were tt first exceeding,
ly remunerative, and many tuppoue 1'ieir lor-
tunate pr priutort to be ttill drawing in their
ing to Ctlafornia, thee etoamer present two
:( of lingular contraat. Out ofthtsetbe'
p iblic hte btfore ee the other wa presen
ted In the late anniml report nf the Prtaldeti1
of ihe P .ciflu Mail Steamship Coinp iny. The
repirt disclose the unpleant fast lhat vdtt
. .' . . J
UenJ could well b nadt tr m the earning l
the year. . A comniiiiee wa therefor app in
led lo inveatigaie list aff.ira of the A-la-tion,
and tee If the cae wa actually lima bid,
and if o, why! and further, what (hould be
donel The report of tliU commllte wat Iia
tened to by the at'K-kholdera, on Wednesday,
aud th very solemn enunciation of the Presi
dent, were mrwt solemnly confirmed. Tlit
company !,wa lound to be indebted to tlio ex
tent of .i,f(M,(W, acd to have aeseta amoun
ting to a Ifst um. ';iz , fl,4'27,7CS, the. actual
l by JT'itipj, 0f it, amouutlrtg to
$140 013, the aioca tog at o'-ariv four per
cent, below its par rilue, (wlilnh is not aa low
P')int at many other stock have deservedly
reached),. Sundry financial echemca fat (in"
provhig the atate of alE.ir were recommended
also tbe propcid relirrqtiis,ment of the agency
ky Mrsrt. Hnwtand fi- A.pin wall, who seem
t bn tired of the -situation: also tht $aU'offnur
ilrtmvrt not ieij-iMod for the ee of the etnnpt
ny: also, liut "etremioua effirte" be nude to
aiisct n anicablt, arrangement with the- Nic
aragua Uran Company,- for i(,e prevente n
OI rui'"" v"'HKiion. if Ifne meoeore. tre
tadi rl nil tat aa ffiiliira mnalinrt
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There it a clat cf men trr this city w'M hare
vry sharp teeth, aud like the better kind vt
wtffA-dtge, are very apt to bite tlrnngert: Ev
ery effrt hat made, or It supposed td hute
been mad., lo rid the city of these dangeroq
Biiiinals known by the name rtunmolea lo'egreertent amongst thore who viur luto it ip
the era"of many whe hawe ben to Jfew- York "" hedhjoete wiiidi Ihey rectv,,ze as belong
to tee ihe curltie'.-of "Peter Fuukt
cometinie en. these pecumion In rural
tlmplicity and old brass, it brought up ' and
. .. ' . . .
made to disgorge the mouthful he haa taken
out of hit viciltn. ' But thi it undoubtedly a
raro cute, orlhey would find no Inurement to
eontinue in the buliees, and run the hniirdflNortu -aad ibe South ear
of law and personal revenge. Bova were at nmuiuujj Jt lit organiza't which Oaeawxo- mnn expreaed In me Free-oil article of th
in . , - . lK. , ,;,j elude the question of ahvery from l:t cret TUV-.; Every citlaen of the U-Ti cJ State
one lime atatloned In from of he most noted ,f K(1P,berJ , ,n(ligt tPer,flg upon hold th- body reep-msible; It most have au
of the depot for thit epeciea of twindllng, to . tiir party creed the doctrine thai slavery a thorlied lb article it mint hatt been gnilry'
waive off llieuniuitiatcd with large banner. I moral or poli.ical avil, tkey raise an tnsupera 0f the a jlhoMiip. and the verdict of the o--in,.ioJ
iih ti.b Ia... r ..tn tt..t i barrier aitainst l,.rmoiiloue,ociatmn plc will be giveu in a manner which cannot. saV
the coun-ry people aiifpoae the warning, refer:
red lo the occupant of ihe City 1111, and to the
policemen, who were the inoei Funkisli. looking
person, they met. Tho term of the mcUwo.!.'
eers hoensca are now about expiring, and tn
effort i to be made to keep all the Funkt from
obtaining a renewal. But how it it lo be proved ' title be iiet " - " , "f'na.- Rkhmokd- EsQi'tasit. An advertlso--
who ere, and who art- oot, of the Fjnk fain- Murk how the Vi&f prttre tu t,r. 's-;Kt of Hn ,p,ipBr will ba lound in imf
My. -"- where i. the line to be drawn be. ween,1 breath of ,h. ." .ba.r.cf .object of ti.very. . rCb;t
the mock and tha genuine In l" tuclion bn.i- .,d n the next prop ses Ut "entira" exclusion . ttjf veart utejit IMmacralic jet i fdt Vn--neesof
thi cilyl D e th o"18' meanaimply oftheauhject (the tbslrct" it not the "en- ; i,,n, lhat ilt e-inrse Is tainiliar to all..- War
thai tho leaser of the Funkt. occupying seven tire" subject) of slavery from fj ilU'tol pirty "jg Jij' tUL lU lrcjllio
by nine rooma,til deal'mg in worthless watch- cre da. Again; It propors, in broad, unqualM .. a 9 8 "L, ,Rse . , . .. ,.
es. are tube atoiedjnled the privilege of twin-
illiiii; thjjreeit oneal . i.,
"SaTf Nichta,, Second Decree.'
We g ive the awfi of tliU new o-der, com-t Watiiinton (Dflinoclic , bentirpl; "If the
fVMiJ.iU ul.rjl ,.L;t ii vcrsts. J'oreiuer. d l',tin withes tospeok plainly and inielllgibly.
Cailioiic. and nu ,uk i'ro. toe.r rKatJ', , t nol joi k cureed W
tne ctjrse., ns U l cu.led and which thuy , ' i ' , , ' .. ,
all enter in afur thi 'ash.on -r .. ...... jdelective utterance!" Can It pot say fhat black
brother, you are now about to take upon t is bWk, and whim la white!" "In these peril
youranif Die obligation of the &eond D-gr, 01la ,iinM t),VPrT I too delicate and too vital a
of this Do nottratio and trily Catholic Urtler ,. , .,. Tk. .t,,,,,!.! he
of Sty Nothing. ..,nmoly , cailed "Sag ,u,1Ject to bo 'ported with. . There thould b?
Nitthts." Piave voorselt in a aiiuaiion to e-' riddlet and atnbiguttiet about it. lfthe
cete it arms crossed upon your brcaat ."vol
raised toward Hen. Repeat titer me the j (l ,, pell pl,jjDy tl)i8i ha. ,1 Hn
obligation: I. A. (pronounce your proper I - , ... , ,. n .
name,) pray lhat God may Mrike uio with im-(of, he .,. be ;.;ondmnl..! , Butenougt
heciluy and niaduess wiion 1 cease to oppose on tliie head. . ut ut fee what leading south.
Know Noihingiaui 1 May lloaveii overwiiel.n Crn Democratic Journals who are not afraid to
me with its thuuddrt when 1 ceaso to hate the k ou eft 8f je W..hii.iJMn Union' aril
oider! May llci onger of (jod, Peter and 1 , , , , r, , , r.
Paul, and of Wasuingnm. Jellorso.i and Jack- cle- "eq"' ' "0 " Richmond En
eon full upon me in this W' rid. and be my quirer, which the Nishnille Union and Ainerl
p-tni.shinni in Ihe next, if I cease lo war upon run endorsed a lew days- aince, at "the first
this self-coiisiituted American party I Wy D,noctslje paper Io the Union." The Enqul
toe wuolo universo revolt agulust mo, it I r r ,
cease to be a regular contributing member quirer, referring lo tlie Lnlon a article, eay.
ot this Society ! May the eariti swallow int! . . . ,, ... . . ,
,, . . t wr. , - i. "But we have no pMlence with a doctrine
up alive, it I ever vote fort Whig or a Ue-... , .. v , . , . ,
mocai iho favor Emit Nuibianlsm ! And , V' T W,a BO,1 T '"J ",fch" J '
may my fl.l. be bulled, roasted, baked, beat P'i'u'lj "d argumentative y the
and I hashed by ..v.g.t if I lf away from "Mure of 11,1 new canon of Dem.H-r.tio faith
ihe ballot box on tbudny of an election, when ,T'. ",e Mnf TiilZJ"'
a Know Nothing is a candidal.. !" r repnUive -Neu.r.l.ty a. a po J b.
Now. this d-gree. more ln.amo.it than the ! '"!' VVX'Ftu
. , o I i i u i j i public affair i to be hostile to the South, net
bull o any Pope, i regularly being .dmiu- P n, U. Union is like lhat of ihe Saviour in
is.ered .o native of Wesee in the dark- whosoever it not with her Is aeini
nets of the ...-o , and io tht lodge, of this , ,in half.way grt,und bpwfBil
in amou. and antl-Amtri i3n order, in ..early rf b..litionlam-.between the Con
all the town. ... our S ato Ihey are in , a.ii.ot,. The .... g eat
Kiioxvi le. it U notorious, and now numbor , Repub.lc. .iitorbing .11 mh.r
.bout three hundred member, im lud.na J L'tm; the ro.oplexi M. cf pai..be integrity
loreigner. tnd Catholic i b are P''r i of .1,., Co...tliUt i-.n. the lnviolab.V,Vr.r.-,h. Wa.
tet io talk aj.ut t'uu-el p.Hticd tocutie . , ... . ,. .,..
Tt.ey are a pretty tet to abu.t ihe oatha aud
. t U. A...sa.i,..n ..!.. I in
ll lilt? an.IIIOflk.tlU Mil tjlltj
honeel Demirai c ci'.,u. of t.i e.,H..ir, ;
any longer act wi;b a et oi leader, who will
club toge her aner ibw ttyle and h!rht ihei
"own. their native land I lttf they 1
Cina out trom a.no ,g f them, Wlow-cluzens.
.. .'.1.1.. .. U-l-.- a.-i;-i., ta.aH
our free Institutions, have ..o connection win.
a party thus banded logo.he, wt.h the out-
c.si. of EaniM io ruiu our country.
In our next we will give the Third Degree
.... ? ,. , ,.
and a lurthe, notice ol th - .,g O. Jtr j
e are posted up fully. Let tbe.n rat.l and
twaar aud deny wa have their ritual, aud
no biialake! Knoxiitte Whig.
A Gal's Waste A school boy 'down-east,
who was noted among his plv lullow for Iti
fmlic wl,1. tin girls, wa reading aloud iu the
Old 'Velanrnl, when coming lo Ihe plirase,
making tu place glad, he was asked by
the podngogi.e !' K meant. The y.ntHgni.r
paused scratched hia head but could gtv no
answer, when up jumped a precocious urchin
and cried out, '1 know what it mean, maater
it. mean hugging the girl, for Tom Ko-s is
tllert hugjiii 'em aruu id tht waste, aud it
make 'em at glad at call be.
Bitter bt out of the world than out of tht
fashion. I a London taviug. It ha lately been
imported in'o New York 'and several of our
em-torn cliie. aud ruined many a fair f.uiily
1 hi pestilence I alowly erei-pincr ierii
,outina ,nd b),,a Uu t0 (! lla wrk r bavo.
in ibe west. Fashion ia said by toiut to
that w ihiuk igm.ranct is.
IfttattOE ATtot). It It csleuii'ed that the Otr
man emigration th Uni ed Si ate (hi year ,
according to the rale at which il it going on
will miuiuer about l7l),(XK) souls, and that the
Briiiaf) einmigraiion to th saint part will
tiuntbtr abiut 7U,uiaj touit.
The VVanh'non TTalon' BiaYcry
- riatfunii;-tCept;dIattd and Do-
uuuacaa py i:;a jeiiUlg JJamocraUo
Joumala of the South. "
cantAt coiiTiiiieutly comply with li e
Vnimtanit Amtrict'j m, der suggestion that
we atiouid pMut tt,e whole m of the VWl.ing
ton t'lilm"' artlcla oil " Ttio be'i'u'?cr-tic' Posi-
ti;ii jii :l, ,Si,very J"t-ieon. 'Uii waiuld be
occupying too ' modi 'bpace with aa article
" "-u iiiu ins unvni an a a me i -icai. 4ne not
regard n ' tvorlii ein.'utsiiig,' though it comes
trotn the iSaiioyi! orjn ot'.ilie fjerca admin
Utratioo lha lol otving paragraph will serve
a ait arnplo ecli.itD, at unce t f i( Jusuitisui
iui Jit"y 'i .' V',v v,"; V -S ' .
" I v. e are r.Ai that the "North
and II, e South tail ;vr harni-iuize on the eb-
tiract tnhject oi HlVH.,r yt follow that there
cat. be ho elicit thing at national parties, rx-
cepi up in the basii of txlSre excljsion of
the euiij. cf from "their AlhjtAl creed. No
tnh(lie,na!if:al propol'.ion ','a more true than
' ill, r I , i a n I t. ,. u Iff' n,.f l . . I ... I. mm
I airreprlptit kinnnjt lliin IX ht. .... If on.
! '"8 i Hs creed. They tnay tntr, .. widely
j at i poasible to all subjects l.ot embraced.
by tli;jr p,y crecdi bt be ,1Hrmi,(1,,JU4 I,iw4-Ci.rrtw Uaifw" .VKv.iii
side ihilr orgauiatlon they niii";',ave cor;5..urnnl be aasanlud, when lilt eviden.,ae
iiioii aniliKiiU, and ataed -tojjoi.'f'n.t omn.)
moii plaltornf. ' heve tt uUr , -aU cowmaud '
ready aMteiit, ..,d they lieaonttrite the propo- l
..1.,.....-. i-fc'Jj.-' i . . , l. I
js)t.,n that no p .rty eWtt member
. iivi.tnnl or bar- ;
, , , ; t , creed ,l8t
1 ivit I. ..... T.. tl .na (.nor. IT n.llO
t.ltlt: mmu, .11 :
alaverv ia morullv and politically right, ll.ey
thereby cut otf Norther ncn ,ro,n poli'Scal
,,m M ,0 lB abH,rtet 'quciiii of slavery, par-
tle tre heeotssari'y tect'oal nnd cifnnot'pos -
f,d l.ntri,..re; to ...Xclula tl. QUfienoN or
ti.AVF.RT" from any pok'tical party creed, and
attempt to suslala the propooitlon upon the
!Bround of heceHaity. .'n the languoge of the
orran '"iat no tonaue, let it be dumb. If it has,
, . . ,,,, BartT. anrf
- " - , y-
i ii .i.t. l. ,r,., .iw.k.
ver.hllm i,, 0UM.ion of nall.iallity. i
' " I Jo
nJZp on ,h.t question. I. to be
,d h , J , Jrincipiet h.tevcr. t.vn the
, - f 'B1d fi,h . Aboiti,m.
- piim - IIJ" - '
lm '" ! na.
innl Cnltmion with fendmh blav.p,,,.my and
venor.!. . The sl)j.nrw:r.ey attndt ii. e.-)y by.
'"' .'.' '''-" Z .m,T 1'. 'ftT.TVr'.
it. r, ihe a.sem an with oflice and blunder!
i,. f pt.iMe. woe than
" . hav. nuua ol
So the chief organ of old Virginia Democra
cy rpeak. " ' '
Hear tlso the Charleaton Moreury, tnother
Democratic ppr of high authority:
"But the preposition of the Union not only
expose I i.e. unworthine. of ii motive, but,
we have shown attain ann airain, ...voirs-- .
condition, trearherou and intllinir to tne
Snilh On Ihlafround, more than all oilier.
wt meet and denounce it When we expo-ea
sed a few week i our tuaplcion that auch t
prnposal wnuld be made In Ihe approaching
cauvtHS, Utile did we dream that l hey would
he to speeil.lv realtzod, tnd from uc i a quar-
er. W e thoiitftil Itkel. enoughs tliat anme par-
at the Nonh. well knowing ht lot poliry,
if acceded to by Ihe South, would make her
own hand III instrument of her overthrow,
would urge it upon her at a fair and aacifit: ba
st. nr party organization.
It w onld b lh old
r ie k over again, whieb Northern part kad
s:) nllen pracil. d upon tin creduliiy and Uhiiil-
ne of the chiihIi. But n-vtr imagined .
hat a democratic paper. Southern af
jro.Nrery p.per, wo..ld so f.r forgsl its own'
X- Dle..ddi..,...tor m.,om.Sou.hln
Ii. pre.ent moment of peril and anxlaty, with
a proposition which It In plain term, a b.r.
laced attempt to prosirat and betray ber."
Again. The New Orlosns sV'-.U, ihe roppon
Vt publisher end pr. prretop cf wfcich. Mr
(Itiw, Is Detrlocr!. lrorrierly; of the Nteh--HI
Vnum and Washington " Vuion, .i,'t !hw
Tilt Vert ttart'lno' Mmirrtrt,. .t,... ....-.jf
iiava oust:d atinie fit' ii.a ...,v, .K.ti.--. i 1. 1
tel ,genrerpuMiBs j.-,,,,,,, r 4 Dl
on . line, we not,,., th. qVM lntj(
the derp under-hum U nuitcraaji. rrw..
ble, wkiek must eu4i tweli to a inrnadu- Vet'
ueithar the programme of ihe (Jnl r,, 'tr
recent eourne of ihe Cbinet t.:j ttonvua
in the least. Montim and Ifl'ml h! Afr. ii'a i,a-
claredour litter ant uf faiih in the imjaaio:
Cnbinel ! Mr. rieres, tvlier-t the mt ad--9rn
opinion aprear lo be l.rm...,i "ln,tl
heid tojrrthcr by -tbe co'u'aivt pawer of puh.
lie r.looder.'V . Wo did pot n-a.it to tot,-
nu..v.inifio ot too iiud.. i - .. .s.t,.f '
the. Ad...l,.t..7-u, , ,he " r ,
ini-jracy of New York totuciennv 1 J'0'
that ''no good could come out of NnHrsth.'
We anticipated- the oii'burst of lndjiMtinni !
which haa come from Richmond., 'Var.ii,i2toa.
and ChariCKtnn, and congratulate r-jfHt-lvos UVat:
our view . were acknuwledged at ist lota'
rigliteou and correct. ...... t ;
And. by the way, we be? in remind our
brethren of ihe Tretn that' they are, like D"tr
q kxoie. chargina
s.J,:..Hr. wfieri they
I'jorce it repo iihle, and alone repti,.i..
ble, for lit policy and oplnlont. Tlie man w)l0.
WOf,a ,a machinery, and not tho inanim.,,.
. .. ... i lit . . . . . , nr.. l.. I ..
,..ii.nnrv iiaeu snouia do aiincaea.v v iitn-.te-
,naj nreeni Cabinet responsible lor'tnM -sMUi.-
; ,,t From the True Whig.!
Tan RtcH!oi,ENcw;iRBjtri.f jrisas''
following , noiic. of tht Ricloudi
YEnqwrer appeared in tht Na.lmll t7rtwnru
, Amtricun on Saturday morning; . .. . ,-K,
In the Kichtnotva ivtower. Boon tfter Got..
Juhnsin't tnaugurtlion, the following fusl rater
uotice tppeared;- ... ." .,
. "Ihe metsagt of Go. Johnaon, of Tonnetf
tee. hat awakened aome attention. It certain:
ly la a remarkable document. It exhibit a'
ItftiK knoioMge of, the nature of governments
it doe of t.Wt for tW.iMt Uimjil tlVy wlrt cfra.
ted. It altoexliihlls mini', which, at' possesscJI
uf nuch puwer, wnuld be dangerous, kneT wiilclti
eecms lo have no understanding or eppieeiatit iai
of any thing conservative. Up-n ihe araiimp
lion that the expressed- conviction of Mr.
Johnson are honestly held, hit views are uti-;
Ble ewnanlike. If he be honeat. HE I'.ntkm To
A UMA0OUUlbH Ton UiU Til b At, Alt 1AN-
(1ER1T3S. , ,
Cvv; Johnson also reeommenda that tnefernv
of the"?HJset of the Supreme Court ba IcSKgn
ed to ten year?..- 1'ie Supreme Ceart Is a body
which decide co:iHti(ulionsl quewioim. Il ia'
tlie Court of last reott. It wat wisely placed'
ueyund Ihe reach of ail thi influence oi pow--er
or control. Were It not entirely indt pen--'
lat, it would fail Id answer tne purpose (ufi
which it waa iuleodod. To le-sen or doalrey
,ls in lepeiidrnce, it to pervert the object ol'lhx
conBiituiiou in it cre n Ion.
Public opinion iu our country m not prepar-4
ed, and it u lo be hopjd never will be, tor auy .
such tACKILEOtUUt AND WICKED "PRoGMEst-'J
I'bcre i no mceeity felt or expressed for nt;ii'
ohaugo. Tat I)E1HE FOR THEM MUaT SFRIN9- '
I.ITHErt FROM EEUTLEH IQNOHANCE OA DC14-1
auuur.iaat."t , .
So it teems that the "first Democratic pa- '
per in the Union," think Gov. Johnson's'
pingreaa I 'aACRiLtoiou" end 'wtcxED.' and
-priitg from "tesTtEst nrtoAtE" or "dem--1
igogueUm!" We believe nineitnntht of tha'
Demncraey of Tunnesaee, espiclalfy the lead J
er. agree with the Richmond Enijuirtr. YtV
hey support him, many of them, for the ak'
of party trlamflm r- - ' ,
A young barrister bavin; burled hltfourlrV,
wife, a lady t.kod him "How he uruiMifed to-,
have cuch good lurk!' 'Why, .nudum, tald he'
'I knew they could not Uvt wiihout contradic
tion, therefore 1 Just Jet them- go their own.'
way. 1 . v
Never pull out a grey hair, ti gentler.
.1 IIIDUIBI, I unit . .1 . II.'W IIIUIIJ vwti.w l
the funeral, tald the daughter, 'provided Ihey
come dressed ia black.
. I I J..... ... I, . .....t.. ........ I
The present fuahon of pronouncing th world? ,
"characterize,' toutid very much Tt Us "ctavk
ed her eye!' '
The only differeneo between ancient and1
m slum fasting it, that In ani ienl tlute ihey'
sal in sackcloth and aahes, . while tn niudoru
lime thuy ail In broai'a'oil. and aa.lie.- "
' - - l " 1 lo
Money I u cre In the Wtt, rJiafVhffn.' '
two dollar, meet they ar uch ttraogsr iu
each ulnar ii)l U.e uwutn bavt) lo i.tirwduct
the in. . v .
Dad, you alway' act s,; ttrango. ' 'Why
Cillyl' -Beeause; whenever ma get lick yotf '
alwavt hav to letch a baby hu(t, to tqualiavw:
rouud and uiakt tuch a uoise.
It I with narrow-touted Dunne. y K'utirt .
as It i with narrow-neckrd bottles, ih.
they have in ll.eui, the n.oie nulst tbey mak:
u pourli.g il oul. .,
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.ii" . . -k Pi v ' ',,lhflr1bul ".
J ' V'."9'
Guea thin the truth'
j ?" ' H " ' . 7 . " cowwdt 'fr
i,,4V u,VBr 2 kci ,rulb "Inctx.