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OLD SERIES, V0L. ;18i ,;
CLABKSVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY,' JIABCH 27, 1863; , ' -
OLD SERIES NO 4-47
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IU C HOACH,
Cotton And Tobacco Factor,
. v r..p AND GENERAL
5o. 23, Carfldlt Street,
" ... NEW ORLEANS.
Nor. , 186T ly
A. F. Bum, Jafr Smitl $ Trnlty.
D.B.Hramito, i Eukkityt & Orintcr
SMITH & HUTCHINGS,
" CUMBERLAND WAEEHOUSE,H 1
Nov. 8, J86T-1.
W. ft; Tohirttt, UI Twrwi.
E. W. Wiatbirs, JWd ftwiy, Ay.
TURHLLY & ViUTHERS,
JOHN J. THOMAS & CO.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAYB FORMED
partnership noder the abort style, for tb
purpose of doing ft general
Forwarding, Storing and Corn
Thii warehouse It situated ft few hundred
yard below Trice', on Cumberland rlrer;
it. U Fire-prooT, ana entirely aoove diku
water murk. There 1 good turnpike
roed leading to it, and It ii the nearest point
on the rlrer to Christian county.
JOHN J. THOMAS will glre his nndiri.
dad time and . attention to the receirinc,
weighing, inspecting and selling all the To
bacco consigned to the house. .
A comfortable sale room will be fitted up
in Proridence. gJiu8ales erery
JOHN J. THOMAS,
JAMKS W. PARISH.
SAM'L G. BUCKNKR.
Linwood Landing, Tenn, Aug. 8, 'C7-tf.
First Rational Bank,
f CLABMYILLI, TEKX. .
OwoedbylndirUualsof this ell J and rldnity
I , DIRECTORS;
a. r. utifMOHT, ' ( m. it. WiMiru),
HO. W. MlbtNA, ft. W. HAWUft, iU, .
.Nij. . mnnHU. 1
ssues no Notes of it own.
AVOIDS THAT RISE. ,
BECEtTES DEPOSITS, DEALS HT EI-
t'HAAUK, UOLU AHII BIH KK A.1JI
IMTKII 8T4TKH KOMIS. SELLS
siuut murrs on new
AXD OmEU CITIES.
C0LLECTI0X8 M A BE AND rBOMPTLI
S. F. BEAUMOXT, rres't.
W. P. BUME, Caihicj-. .
reb. II, '6d.
W. J. M'CORMAC,
Wholesale and Retail Grocer,
AND DIlLtn t
KIXDS 07 COSITBT PBODUCE,
II Tlilril street,
Orders for Goods o Mannfactnred Articles,
Bled with promptness and at the lowest
market price. Consignments of erery de
scription carefully attended to.
June 21, 1807-tf
Known at tin Hutching de Grinter
. ' WarehouKt,
CLABKSYILLE, ; TEX5E8SEB.
fA. Special attention paid to Uie sale of
Tobacco, Recclring and Forwarding Mer
chandise and" produce generally. Proceods
promptly remitted. Make all consignments
lo P TUUNLKY WEATHERS.
f)9-E. WlTHKltS, Auvtionour.
Nor. 32, 1867-ly.
Drs. Finley & Beaumont.
At Br. B,'i BeildcnCf , Cor. Franklin
. and Hlter Streets,
March 13, '68-3m) CLABKSTILLE.
J, B. TAPSCOTT
- rians and specifications of Bridges fur
nished, aUo of buildings and Ornamental
Grounds. Work of every description con
nected with building measured and calcula
ted. Also, Manufacturers' Agent for Steam
Kngincs and Machinery of every description,
iron Verandahs, Railing, Marbcliied Iron
Mautlos, Orates, Window Caps, etc. Terra
t'ott Ornamental Work.Chiniurr Tops, and
all kiuds of Uuilding Matctial, finished and
unfinUhed, embraced in enrpeofprs work;
lalrftnied Iron, dipper, inc, Tin, Slute
and oomposlUoa Roofing.
All busioess intrusted to me will be at
tended to promptly. .
gfcy Ofli-e, on Et side of Public Square,
Clarksville, Tinn. Jan. 3, 18QB-tf
R. T. TORIAN,
Cotton and Totiarco Factor,
i 63 CARON'DOLET STREET,
i.Libonl adrauces ou all consignments,
Jau. IT, 18G8-tjtn
DTI. .T. M. LABKINS
may be found at his office, 2d floor of the
Chronicle building, at all hours, unless pro
March 1, 1867-tt
ClIAS. O. bA'KUN.
Williams & ShanMin,
WIIOLIUl AKD HBTA1I.
DR. H. M. AC3.EE,
Office at his new residence on Franklin
treat, two doors fcOSt , Of tllft .pUIC0pai
Church. Ju- 1! 18C8-tf.
W. H. ARMSTRONG,
WEST SIDE ri'BLIC SQUARE,
March 1, 1807-tf.
R. T. TH0MAS,"..
There (i a Ilghtnes and airy grace of
touch like that of the night brenM itself,
aboat the fcOowlng beautiful poea. Right
heartily do wt welcome Its bir author
promised contributor to our columns f
S0fl 01 TBB XI6BI BBEEIE.
New Jewelry Store I
Just opened, In' connection with
Conover Bros's. Book Store,
. OX TEAS ELI J BTBKXT,
Complete Assortment of Watches,
Clocks, Jewelry. Silver and '
' SilTer-Plated Ware.
I hare secured the services of Mr. L.
Caucbat, Just from France, who will at
tend Dromntir to ail repairing. - au won
warranted. Very respectfully, '
Feb. 21, '68-ly J. L. GRIFFITH.
BIPTIKE CAN BE CURED t
i..- . . BY USING
This is the most efficient, comfortnble, and
seenre Truss in use, coustructed upon an en
tirely new principle. AU communications
should be addresses ( wiw stamp; io
. Dr. W. H. P. JONES,
Manufacturer and General Ag't, tfasbville.
Office, cor. College and Ufflon sts, up-tairs,
entrance on Union SU
Or T. J. SHAW, M. D., Ag t.
Franklin St., op. Court-house, CUrkivllle.
Feb. 7, 1868-3m )
HORACE 1L ttRTON
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Will practice In the Courts of Dickson,
Stewart and Montcomerr. .
B)u Office, on Strawberry Alley opposite
the Courthouse. , .
, Fh.i,;e-cin ' .; k ,
A guilty conscionca, It ft perpetual
good, and ometimes exliilits pLa-
nomena nimilar to tnose manifested
tinder the effects of mania a potu, giv
ing to the hallucinations of a distem
pered brain theaembtancs' of actual
reality. Upon no other hypothesis
can we explain Thomas' dispatch to
Grant about the existence of a party,
in Tennessee, threatening the orer
throw of State government. With
subordinate! scattered over the State
and other source of information
open to hits, we must conclude either
that Thomas' guilty conscience con
jured up imaginary danger, or that,
actuated by moat onlpable motives,
he has endorsed ft lie manufactured
of whole cloth. The latter supposi
tion is strengthened by the fact, that
he charges the imaginary revolution
ary party with being in the intent of
the Freaident .This, coupled with
the contemptible tomfoolery about
an apprehended attack upon Wash
ington, by Mosby; goes to prove hat
those lying sensationiats are striving
to nerve the irapeaohers for the task
they have undertaken and at .the same
time to get up a plausible excuse for
overruning Tennessee with troops as
a means of foreing its vote for Grant
Thomas did not believe the falsehood
be endorsed to Urant, nor will it re
ceive additional plausibility from the
presence of tfrownlow in Washington
because the wholo story is ft disrepu
table invention. Men of sense know
itand honest men despise it and its
authors, who display ft willingness to
do anything mean for the farther
ance of a vile object
Thomas Jefferson was a Radical. lie be
lieved In negro roting, and voted with
groea. Negro rotes helped to eleot bint to
office, U alive now, Democrat! would threat
en to hang bun to to a iamp poW Missouri
T ASMS CASH COL.
Here I coma, flitting, flitting, flitting erery.
wfcett ' ''
Through the silent hours of night, :
And the moonshine's misty light,
BofUy fcttj but stiU unseen,
Strangely noiseless, too, I Ween, "
oar wuen loitering 'mong the trees, ,t
Rippling o'er their loaves, like keys, -
I wake a murmuring lullaby, - '
For drowsy birds that In them lie'
And then go flitting, flitting, flitting every
TURNBULL, KIEBY & CO.
Cotton and Tobacco Factors
Ko. 9, Union Street. .
Ma. S. B. PrT, Agent, will attend to ma
king advances on produce consigned to this
Sept 14, l07-ly.
W. D. ARMSTRONG
Jan. 24, 1868-fim
H. C. YIATMAN,
YE ATIVIAIM t GO
tOTTON AXD TOBAttO FACTORS,
M CARONDOI.KT ST., Tl
Jan. 10, '8-tf.
1 031 M ERIE STREET,
PLANTER'S PRIZE SCREWS, SHINGLE
MACHINES, PlUAIl MILL.B,
BRASS AND IRON
Trompt atleutbn given to orders for repairs
And all kinds of Machinery, and Mathine
Uluksut lb ng neatly and iiroiptiy none.
J. A B ITES A 10.
March 8. IBCT-Ir.
r i. auirn. J. w. AKinamd. J. sta.
SMITU, AXUERSOX & (0.,
Fiiruitiiro AVarc rooms,
I&8 West Fourth St., and ito Elm at.,
All cooii warranted of the best material
p. ManiiU.-Liry, North-west tor. Teal
ua Llm aiivrie.
tM. 1 1HJ7-6W.
O IM Ls Y S12
W ill give you a chance to obtain a furtune of
e lU.i'i'U iu rraiu".!, c-uiuii vm i...
TtlCKV LOTTEIIV. Jrawing tlw middle
and last of rach uonlh during theytar 1808,
Baud roue Ulrvaa far a cln iiUr. AddcsM
FRANCE, SMIl'U CO,
MtrUl IS, 1
'B. D. JOHNSON, t
Attorney . at Law,
Will practice both in the Courts of Law and
Equity in the counties of Robertson, Cheat
ham, Dickson, Stewart and Montgomery.
Office on Strawberry Alley, Clarksville,
Tennessee. , j
Feb. 38, '08.Cm.
KINCANNON & CO.
Of the moat approved patterns of
Wrought Iron Cooking Stoics,
TIN AND SHEET IKON WARE,
And dealers In all kinds of
Cast Iron Cooking
and Heating Stoves,
REPAIRING AND GUTTERING
Done iu the moat approved manner, on
short notice. Jan. 3, 1868-tf
JOnN K. SMITH. ' J. 7. SMITH,
. JOHN K. SMITII & SON,
COTTON & TOBACCO FACTORS
General Commission Merchants
NO. 47 BROAD STUEET,
NEW YOUU CITY.
V, C. SMITH will act iuur Agent in
making advances on ccnslineulflaTJ
Feb. II, 1868-tf . - - .
JAMES H. MALLORY,
Offlf e with C. H. Jones, Public Square
Will sell erery description of Property for
Administrators, Executors, T rasters, Agents
and Private Parties, either on the street, In
the cltr or country. Has muoh experience in
Dry Goods Auctioneering,
Will glre prompt attention and tuake rea
sonable chargtss m all cases. Also,
Tobacco ' Aor tlonecr and General
Agent for HarrUon Jt bheloy,
Clarkville, Jan. 24, 1808-liut. . .
R. T. POLLARD. R011T MUKRELL
General Commiesiou Merchants
115 PEAIIL STREET, '
ISHAV VOIEIC CITY.
I will make liberal Ch Aflrances on
Tntuu-ra and other Produce couil(rned to
Messrs. Murrell k Co., and will give special
lieisoiial allentinn lo tiTt slii.ping of sauie
from Clarksville, Trice's lauding and Lin-
Hooii. thomas f. rums.
Feb. T, 18fl8-4ui
NORTON, SLAUGHTER & CO.,
' ANO '
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
NO. 40, BROAD STREET,
JNO. T.EDMUNDS, of Boi'VlnsviUo, Ky,
will awist in the Sales of Tuhucco.
Jau. 24, 1868-Ciu t
SIM. R. ROGERS,
-tV u c rr ioivisisit,
( LAHKSVILLE, TENNE88EK.
Will attend to the Knle of Property,
either on tlie street or iu the couutry.
lMc. , 1B!7-III.
Attorney at Law,
Omrr, uur Thnuint, Krblttt k r.'i
Oct, as, lHiiMy.
Is ireparel with all proiier blanks and
foruiAlor any bu'insM ntider the liaukrupt
lar. TarlWa wi.lihil to avail themselves
of the law wul flud it lo their advauugs lo ClnrUss
eonrult him. Charjti re rrasoaab ti I
jj'y.s, USI-tf ' ApriU,lI-l,.
HIIOltT & CO.,
Cotton and TobaccaFactors
Hie above is a fair specimen of the
baso fabrications of which the Radi
oals are daily guilty. We were born
and raised in eight of Mr. Jefferson'i
residence and know him to have been
a large slaveholder. We bavt heard
hiin discuss political questions, and
his oldest and most inteligent
neighbors discuss his opinions, but
never heard from him or them,
word tending to show that his glitter
ing sophism about the equality of
man, was designed either to embrace
the negro or to apply to whites, in
the-loose sense given it by abolitio
demagogues. That he was ft larg
slaveholder, to the hour of his death
is commentary cnougS upon his own
interpretation of his own language
As to his having voted with, or bar
ing been voted for by negroes, 1 it is
a lie too gross to morit any other no
tice than a flat contradiction. If
negro ever voted in Virginia, until
the Radical Congress inaugurated the
present reign of tyranny, we would
like to see tho proof.
Mr. Jefferson, unfortunately, was
addicted to the utterance of short
pithy aophisms, caloulated to mblead
by their resemblance to truisms; but.
which, when subjected to philusoph
cal analysis, prove worthless because
they prove too much. But all the
abolitionism to be found in his writ
ings and practical life, is concurrence
with tho then prevailing idea, that
slavery was a curse to the whites, and
his advocaoy of emancipation waa
with the sole view of benefitting the
white man. . To charge him with
Radicalism, in the present mean
ing of the term, is to degrade him
from his high position as a patriot
and sage, to a level with the vapid
fools or sanctimonious hypocrites or
designing villains who constitute the
distinctive grades of Radicalism.
Here I come flitting, flitting, flitting every
where; . !
Lingering In the vlny bow'rs, ,
Dallying with the wanton flow'rs,
Creeping through the tangled brake,
Skipping o'er the glimmering lake, v.
Where the dimpling ripples dance
With eeeh nioonbeftsns twinkling glance;
Walts I with the rev'lers gay,
In the tiny whirlwind's play
And then go flitting, flitting, flitting every
where. .. ,
Here I come, flitting, flitting, flitting every -
v where f -To
the banquet chamber iair,
Through the gorgeous gas-light glare,
With bright beauty's form, perchance,
Floating through the dreamy dance,
Bathing blushing cheek aud brow,
Catching many a low love-row ; f
Wildering strains of music gay
Wafting through the night it way.
And then go flitting, flitting, flitting
Here I go flitting, flitting, flitting ererv-
To the widow's garret grim
Flickering out bar taper dim f
Full of far off mosrogay, ' ' ' '
Round bet faded face I play
Till she lifts ber weary bead
From her toll for children's bread,
Gaxing through the moon-mist tlildl . ; '
Dreams she of the height has been ,
Then go I flitting; flitting, flitting every
where, -'" '- ' . ':
Here I go flitting, flittiug. flitting every
where ; .
Through the still and shadowy gloom
Of the dying maiden's room ; .. ...
Floating o'er the brow of pearl, ' .
Brushing back each wandering curt," '':
Playing with for aught ye know' ,. 'J'
Plnaty pinions, white as snow, ; ;u
Of nor 'ring unseen angels, come : r
To wait that weary spirit home-i ''" ?
Then I go flitting, flitting, flitting erery
where. w . ; i .T
Here I go fliitiog, flitting, fllltttog every
where t - -Sighing
fVrongh the churchyard yews, ;
Stark and sombre, damp With dews !
When your pulseless form is laid,
With the sleeper, 'math their shade,
Then Ml come and gently ware
Through the tall gnus o'er thy grave; "; '
Chant thy requiem, sweet and low, ,
Through the nigh liotfm, still and slow
And then go flitting, flitting, flitting vrtrf-i
where.. , , ... , . . .
NEW BAKERY 1
WE WOl'I.D RESPECTFULLY IN
form Uie oitiacnsof CUrksville aud riciuily
that we have secured the services ot a first
i'law baker, and are prepared to furoi'll, at
reasonable rates, i
Bread nnd Cole", of all kinds,
and all times. Cakes ornamented In any
style when dealred.
LIUO.N k ELY.
Aug. J, 18C7.-tf. ,
GALLON Olt EAItltLL.
Anply ftt the CAS WORKS,
A Beaatirul Paksage.
The following is from the 'Reveries of
Bachelor," by Ik Marreli
"A poor man without some sort of relig
ion, is, at best, a poor reprobate, the football
of destiny, with no tie linking blin to Infin
ity ana tue wonderous eternity ; aud is errn
worse, a flame without heat, ft rainbow ab
out color, a flower without perfume. A man
may, in some sort, lie bis bop and honors
to this weak, shilling; grouuil tackle, le his
business, or lbs world ; but woman with
out lbs anrhor called faith, is drill aud a
wreck ( A man may cluausilr ce.ntl.riea sort
of moral responsibility, out of relation to
maukind but woman in ber comparatively
isolated sphere, where affection and not mo
tive is (he ruutrullintr motive, caa find no
basis Iu any other system or right action but
that of faith. A man may rraxe his brain,
or bis tbongbts, to trulhl'uluess, in aueh poor
barlHtrag at fame end reputation may stretch
before him but a woman where ran she
her boyes In storms, if not In beavtar
Uie sweet truthfulness that abiding
llore that enduring nope mellowing every
Inaire and scene of life, lightening tlicm with
! pleasant radianea, When the world's storms
break Ilka aa army wiln oaunoa I n no can
bestow its all but holy soul, tied lo what is
etrobger loan an army with canuoa T Who
has enjoyed the love of christian mother
but will echo tne Iboujnt wub eusrfy, and
balitw tt Vitus teat r
The Offspring of ft Prescriptive Enle,
The Nashville Banner, of the 17th, says :
If the ortraiileatioa which goes by tbe name
of the Euklua Ktan has any tangible exis
tence t ftll, It is extremely limited, and Is
certainly of very recant origin' Not being
member of It, nor having any other means
or ascertaining lie mysteries than sucn ae
are to tbe pubUo, we are nnabis to discourse
very learnedly of its strength or its purposes.
As far as we know it has no political aigaia-
cance. As far as It has appeared it has acted
on the defensive. But whatever may be iu
extent, It is la no sense of tbe word partisan.
It seem to be tbe inevitable result of. perse
cution, of prescriptive Jaw nnjilstly execu
ted, ot raring bodies or mercenaries and
banditti legalised aud describtd as "loyal
militia," of stuffed ballot boxes, packed ju
ries and petty official tyranny. , If it wanted
a juaiflcation; patent enough in Its itself, It
might point to the secret leagues la erery
neighborhood where a tew irresponsible white
men gather together a great many ignorant
negroes and equip tbein for ft tegular, com
pact, line assault upon the properties and lib
erties of their fellow-citizens; where the rio
tous are made more vengeful by tho coarse-
est stimulants; where the half-witted receive
additions to the load of prejudice and slander
tney already carry about loom pillar to posr,
where Uie timid art threatened with death
and kindly seduced with promises of con fie
cation; where iutrigue for office, regardless
of the eomnteti good or any higher motive
tnaa mat wtucu inspires lojr ambition, sports
with the most onerous, tbe most undiscip
lined, tbe most passionate, the moat combus
tible, the most corrupting instinct of tbe
ftuman Heart. It might point to tbe friebu
fill increase of negro license. It might point
to tbe partwaa obaraoter of tbe judicory. 1 1
might point to the wholesale pardons tsssued
in ins name and by tbe authority of polit
cal committee. It might point to tbousaod
and on acts of partisan atrocity which bare
poisoned the very elements, rendering the
homes and hearthstones, the wires) and chil
dren of tbe people lees and less secure.
These it might urge in behalf of a secrecy,
which nothing but desperate peril, and the
impossibility of obtaiuing legal protection
and redress, could palliate. For self preser
vation u a law ot nature aud. lies at tne
foundation of all law.
Radicalism, la Teueeesre has been from
first lo but one steady, one unyielding, one
perpetual despotism. Its only consistency
ha been its prescriptive nature. W hare
combalted t openly and fairly with tbe ftea
Weapons common to political usage, and it
has plead our opposition as excuse for its
violence. We hare withdrawn that opposi
tion and sufl'ered it lo go oa without any ag.
grurating cause to prick it into anger, asking
of it only good government, and it ha net
abated its rigor by one shade lea of malice.
Tbe Legislature, which has just adjourned,
dia no act to mitigate the horrors of the
party rale which its predecessors established.
It did no act to lighten the hardens of t xa-
Uons wbiuh press down on an impoverished
people. It did no act of lenity or tolerance
desingned to propitiate the on traced temper
of the community, or contribute toft state of
real peace. It presented throughout tne
same hostile countenance which has glared
upon us for the last three years, lnoreaaing
tbe taxes, making the law more ptoscrip
tlre, and using the intemperate argument
and language of revenge. ,. ...
If this train of1 circumstance, with tbe
almost hopeless ennditlaa of affair it has set
up, beget in insolated neighborhoods where
tne evus or wmcb we complain are felt more
keenly and personal safety is more ei posed, 1
the existence of secret, organized bodies op
erating for self-defense, who can wonder J
we may regret the fact, we may deplore the
cause, but we cannot be surprised. Nor can
we close our ere either to tbe fact or tbe
cause; and, though this Kuklux Klaa is yet,
in our opinion, a shadow rather than a sub
stance, though it is limited in it circle of ex
istence, it i the product of the nature of
things, and will Inevitable strengthen and
expaud if Uie producing cause I not removed
of softened. It is of no as for us to writ
article against if, and urge moderation when
there is uo moderation exhibited on tbe other,
side. For six months w hare-lent our sole
influence in bobalf of peace. We ore aa
much disinclined for war now as ever.. We
are a ready now to unite with Ihe Stale
Government io an effort to avert strife as w
were last fall, when we. invoked a "popular
armistice." But We say frankly, what any
sober-minded man of either party can see
plainly enough, that unless some effort is
ruilaa by the dominat parly in the direction
of better understanding, we can not escape
trouble. Suppose you Cull oat your militia,
suppose you get General Tuomas to send
federal troops here, one this sweeten the
temper of the times T It may enable yon
lo carry the State in the Presidential elec
tion, but you are bound to do tbut anyhow,
for you won't let anybody rote except Radi
cals, and even then you const your votes
yourselves. It I not certain that tbe Demo
crat will run any ticket at all against your
machine. Therefore, since you are safe so
far, why not make an effort to keep the
peace T The militia wool doll, tederal
Hoops won't do it. Tbey will ouly enlarge
and inspire the Kuklux Klaa. Ibey will
ouly make it more deeiierate. The effects of
oppressios are neverfailing, and the people of
Tennessee bare all the atrength and a.l the
weakness of people sought to be degraded
but not yet ul)jugaled. While there is still
time somethiug yet may be done, and we
make this appeal with all candor, and not
unkindly, to such of the Radical leaders
among us at are within the reach of reason
and coin iu on sense.
' ' -' - Grajit'sDrniikennes.
. , . Chicaoo, Iai, March T.
To the Editor of the Times!
Under this caption w fad the frro pa1
Grant for Presldident V Cou'd thl ne. ' graph aubjolned In the Memphis ATalaacbor
Bos. Caaaea, W.-Momak, member ot
Congress front Ohio, delirered aa excellent
speech on impeachment, on the 19t!i ultimo.
We quote the following pithy and Incisive
paragraph. Every sentence is a center shot:
Prefer article of impeachment against the
Chief Magistrate of the Republic, and for
what 7 lias he arrested and imprisoned cltl
tens without trial and without defense T
be has, tbea I will vote for the articles of
Impeachment. Has be strnrh dewn tbe lib-1
erty of tbe press? If lie baa, then I will
vote for the article of Impeachment '' Has
he denied to ten States of the Union their
rightful representation in CougressT If be
has, than he is guilty of ft flagrant violation
of the Constitution, and should be arraigned
and published, and I will rule for tbe articles
of impeachment Has be established abso
lute military despotisms over the State of
the South on the pretext of conferring upon
them republican form of government T For
if he has, then bo is not ouly a ruthless vio
lator ot the Constitution, but tyrant, and
be deserves to be Impeached, and I will vote
for bis Impeachment. Has he disfranchised
a majority of the white race In the South lu
order to establish negro despotis-n over white
men, women and children, loyal and disloyal
alike 7 For if he bus, then be bas not only
trampled upon the Constitution, bat commit
ted a crime against nature fay reducing the
highest race In the world to the servitude of
the lowest and thereby sought to bar ba rise
and utterly destroy nearly one-third ot Uie
enUre Union; for, if guilty of so great a
c.-lme, he deserves to be imjieacbed, and 1
will vote for tbe articles or tuipsacuuienl.
Stagnation la New England.
There I much more (uttering among the
laboring classes of New England, especially
the factory operatives, than 1 generally sup
posed at the South. A laboring man wri
ting from Worcester, Mass., recently , says:
"Hundreds of persons are out oi work in
this city, and w are no exception to the gen.
era! rule through the country. 'Our large
factories aud wills in Ibis section, fur we are
strongly devoted t manufactures, are either
still or runulng on fractional tiui. If this
slate of thing eonlinuae much longer, the
result will beteartul. J ue working eiemeui
enters largely iuto Ihe population of New
Kuglaud swale, and tbey axe, a ft class,
dapeudrpl oa their weekly wage a a moans
of subsistence, it 1 ft logical conclusion that
they must either obtain bread or starve.
Many oi Uiew will resort to crime rather
than accept tbe latter alternative. Tbe in
creased work placed upon our police, and ihe
ouosuuily recurriug burglaries, aod even
highway robberies atteet that statement"
- ireuaerea m.
w. a ...... it..., u..i,u i.ia. that tl dollar not worth ft dollar.
Democrat in New Hampshire at th Uie downs of civil wars; have wndsred money
election leduced th Radical majority oearir -. "i1 m"k Vi1"' i-? "TJZTLl
one thousand rowa, gaiurd for their ow n dollar ong ago. They lnll
gro worshiping fanatics, who clamor so loud
ly for th accidentally manufactured Jupiter
who command our armle to be chosen
Chief Magistrate of. the nation, bare at
clear and positive knowledge of tbe habile,
character and ability of the man as ha th
writer thertof, It 1 doubtful if many would
be SO loud !a their laudations of hi supposed
virtues, hi exaggerated bravery, hi ques
tionable wisdom, or his overlonded heroism.
It has been my privilege to know General
Grant Intimately since be first assented
command of the force In the Mississippi
Valley, when he mad hi headquarters in
Carlo; and what I am about to tat of bint,
his neons, cbaractevand conduct, I shall sub
stantiate by tlie statement of gentlemen
well known In thrt city, and whose word
will not be disputed, if they may be asked
whtther my statements may be true or false.
Not only will all I write be corroborated by
the person I (hall name, Radical though
they may be, but (cores of the rnost respecta
ble citizens of Cairo will respond most un
equivocally to the accuracy of my allega
tio. That sobriety was the exception and not
the rule of General Grant's conduct while lo
cated at Cairo, I fact too well known to
need confirmation; bnt Individual Instnnc s
of beastly drunkenness nte nut of rare oc
currence. I wilt mention two or three
which fell under my personal knowledge,
and which I am reedy to verify on call.
On the 8th day of November, 1861, the
steamer Alec Scott started from Cairo on a
trip to Columbus, Ky. earring a flag of trace.
and General Grant, bis staff, and a few other
army oRtcer, ibe newspaper corresiwndcnts,
and some Invited gneet; When the boat
ranched ber destination, a bevy of rebel
otu:trs cam oa board, among whom were
General CheathaaV General Pillow. Oclenel
Kusk, and ft Uereral from Arkansas, whose
nam l do not remember when a general
drunk commenced, which was kept up until
law in the night after tbe Has: of truce
officers bad separated and - tbe Scott had rex
turned to Cairo, tv hen the boot reached the
wharf at Cairo, General Grant was In stfch a
beastly elate of intoxication that it was
deemed imprudent to take him to his head
quarter, over th City Bank, where his wife
was awaiting him, and b was escorted and
assisted to tbe St Cbwrle Hotel, where he
remained during the night '
When he arrived r the, hotel it was fottnd
that he was to drunk that considerable as
sistance was needed to enable bim to reach a
room on th second floor, and Captain R. B.
na ten, rest tjuarterinaeteii and Ilobert For
syth, general freight agent of tbe Illinois
Central Railroad one npon either side, and
each with (boulder under tbe General' arm
pit hoisted hiin up the stall to Captain
Hatch room. A hundred persons wit
nesses! Uiis scene, and loud andf many were
tbe expression uttered of censure and of
disgutt at the spectacle. About twelve
o clock that night Urant got musical, and an :
orderly was dispatched for the brigade hand
to come and serenade bim. The band soon
put in an appearance? and were about to com
mence playing, when Mr. Bedard and Mr.
Lanedeo, the proprietors of tbe hotel, at
tempted to itop thorn; but, on word being
taken to General Grant of the obstruction to
'the music, be, with drnnken and profane in.
decency, eeclared that he was commander of
that post, and be would have lb band play
when and where be desired. So Uie band pro
ceeded to the ball, outside the room where tbe
General waa rollicking in hi drunkenness,
and for a half hour played to drown the up
roar of the bell within.
A month later to a day, the same steamer
wa the rcenue of another gorgeous drank,
upon another occasion of a "flag of truce
visit to Columbus, when Grant became so
wretcnedly drunk that bis mends put nim
to bed, and kept tbe boat is tbe river until
he became sober enough tc be taken horn. .
But of hi most disastrous tpree that at
Fort lloneUon I shall not speak until an.
other time. If possible to Induce the Chica
go Tnbunt to tell the truth, I woula be glad
to bare Governor Broes relate what he saw
and what h said of the scene when General
Grant landed from his flag of true visit to
Columbus, just after tbe battle of Belmont,
wren be (Urant) was so drunk that he fell s
our doten times in going up tne levee from
th wbarf-boit nod th united effort of
Captain ilillyear and Legow were iusufrlcl
ent to keep hiui on his pins.
LETTERS FROM TUX PEOPLE.
W publish this week torn brief "Letter
Th following declaration found It way
to oar sanc'.om at a late hour last night, aad
Is published tur tbe benefit or amusement of
those whom it way concern. It sound aiur ., .
like business thun some of Ihe mysterious
orders which have been floating arouud, anil
may possibly emanate front one of the nu-'
meroue self prutectiur organizations which
are reported to exist iu' various parts of lie
Bute: . . .
. ,"R. IL R. II. Q. JiSY. ..
"DSClAaATlOS. v, . .. ,
' W hereby unite ourselves as atr organi
sation tor th purpose of earnestly endeav
oring to adoH Suva measures us will remedy
tbe political evil now oppressing us and our
sympathising friends, aud which must if not
opposed by lb systematic aud deleruiineo)
resistance of all true white men, end iu ihu
ruin and camplcl overthrow of our social
and poll ileal institutions, aod with them ail
we bold near aud dear on earth.
"We furthermore pledge ourselves, acl
to the other, upon onr sacred honor as men.
to abide by the deliberate and clearly ascer
tained will of a majority or the Hoard or
Directors, and that w will heartily co-operate
wilt, tbe Associativa in all Uiiuhs laud
ing to a speedy aod successful correction. In
every legitimate Way, ol what w Consider
the unjust aud unconstitutional rccislttiou
of the Radical party in power."
"T. B. or tub V. or P. .
"The under O. P. calls you together, at
tit midnight hour. Much is to be doue.
Tbe nroou Is on the wane. ' Th tree put
forth iheir leave. Th uonr dm nigh..
"By ordtr of the ;
"Vs Of lb Y. C."
THE PB0F01NDEST SPEECH OF
At ft recent meeting, lo New Grenada,
South America, gentleman, sometime rcsl
deut lo lb United Stole, expressed the hope
that the adoption of American Institutions
would glace Columbia on lerel with the
great Republic of North America. lie was
himself summarily levelled by th following
speech from fully reconstructed Columbian.
W quoi from th Panama Star :
Mr. I' resident i la proposing that we
should adopt North American institutions in
order that we may rank amongst the most
civilized nations of tbe world, our friend is
merely repeating a vulgarism against which
1 do most solemnly protest. W e are repre
sented as an uncivilized people; but, sir, if to
do what tbs Americans have done, to lo be
rlrliillzed, then, w are civllzed; If to hare
doue It before tbein I to be ahead of them,
then we are at tbe head of civilization. For
what dthe Americans boast of. Tbey have
but recently abolished slavery; we hare
eoolished slavery long ago. They have Just
proclaimed the equality of races, and are try
ing to hold up the negro; we have piaelaimed
that equality aod DomI up lite negro long ago.
Tber have only fluished their first civil war,
rendered money scare, and made ft paper
w bav bad
The Spread of Tyranny.
W hare often remarked that ted Statel
cannot be held in military subjection, aud
tbe remaining tweuty-eeveo Stales under the
same government, at the same tin, preserve -their
liberties. -The thougel Is fusteuiag it
self on the Northern nrlud to its great alarm.
Senator Doollttle, in bis admirable letter to
tbe lata New York meeting lo protest asainsl -
tbe assault or Congteas upon .Uie Constitu
tion of th United States, illustrates lb peril
of Uie North. Th New York Htrald, re-
ferring to th bill of Mr. Stevens, fur enlorc
ing negro equality everywhere, make appus
iu us of a wou-known fable, and ssrys t '
"It is one more the old story of the tree
and th axe. Tbe woodman weut into tbe
forest and demanded of Ibe fraternity of trees
tbe sucriitc of singt member lo his nu i
cessity. All agreed to giv up to him th
sleudurarh. No sooner wo Uie van down
than th woodman lilted its toflgh stent ui
th bead Of su axe, whose edge belaid so
lusuiy to in roots or tne "green robed sen
ators of mighty woods" that the forest be
gan lo disappear. Ab I ' murmured th oak,
'it we had uot consented to th fall of Ihe
first of our number, we anight bar aloud
nrmiy tor age. Tue time is apparently not
lor disliint when the Northern people may
as vainly regret that in consenting to tbe ex
ercise of au arrogant and outraged power
over th Southern people tbey gate a baud)
to e used against their own liberties." ; -
The liberties of the North are in tbe bauds .
of IU people. If; while their free limb are
yet oaletiertd, they suffer crazy Land of
faction ist to break up and trample under ,
foot the admirable institutions of freedom
which tbey have inherited, tber Is bnt on
conclusion to com lo, and that fay they do
not deserve to be free aud are tit for the tg '
noble yoke.. .
A Big Ooa from California. '
Tbe following are tbe resolutions adopted
receatly by the' California Legislator, and
telegraphed to the President by their dlros
tiofti. - , . I ... :.,.', . r . : -
JUtblvti by tht Qcntrat Autmblf ay lh
Slat o CbifZ-rwa, That Uie people of this
Slate will now, as they hare In the past, bear
true faith aa-i fealty to tile Government of
our fathers; that by all legal and just mean
tbey will sustain th President of tbe United
Statu, la th name of our people, lb nee
men of the Stat of California, in the namft
and in bobalf of Ibe cause of Constitutional
liberty to be finm and unbending in the main
tenance of Ibe Kveculife department of tbe
Uovtrnment, aud to that end w pledge him
from th People," to (how lb spirit of tlie 'our undivided support
ticket over four thousand and made a net
gain of tweuly-four reoresetuuve In the
Legislature. Tills K uoiDg weu auu
ui, r.;ui rJ f.iuiika aaa I a crease win
vt tht I'em-xrscy lhctintr in No mbr. tut dcVll lotf afo,
un their eoastilatioif, impeach their Presi
dent, set up dictators, we have done all that
lourr airo. Tbey ar at last going to tbe
devil as fast a they en ; w bar goat to
.!.- 4.11 &an.
masse, and bow dearly they grasp the fear
ful dangers lmpendiug over the country. As
the Day-Book ha so long and earnestly
shown, Uie country 1 in th bands, not of
Radicals or fanatics, but of lunatics, stark,
start ug, absolute lunatics, who believe that
tbey can iranslorm lour miliums or subordi
nate negroes into free and equal American
citizens, and to reach this nuuatural and for
ever impossible result, tbey keep a standing
army in the South, and are rapidly ruining as
well at enslaving eight millions of theirewu.
race, and if lb monstrous aud accursed mad
ness is not understood, grappled with and x-
pluded by lb reason and common sens of
th country, it must finally react on lb
North, aud plunge th whole land intocbaoe,
blood and horror unparalleled in Ui history
of th world. There Is no help for it, to
safety, ae possible saltation for tlie Auteri
caa people, save in lb Uuion as it was made
by Washington, aod as this, In tne nature ol
things, I impossible until the Abolition md
net is exploded, Or tbe Abolition madman
are exterminated, every man that assents lo
the Abolition doctrine. In tbe abstracts. Is
blindly and stupidly bringing upon himself
this last terrible necessity. To "free" four
million of negroes, they must enslave the
eight millions or wbits people in tne Mould,
aod to accomplish Uie latter, sooner or later
they must strike down liberty In tbe fiorin,
and therefor, w repeat, every llemacral,
journalist stump sneuker, or member ol Con.
great, that assent to MongrelUui, or to the
so-called freedom of negro, must nnaity
fight for hi own freedom, and to sai bis
country from absolute destruction . Hut to
Oar-Book and tbe Rod real Democracy would
explode th Abolition madness by appeals to
tbe reason and common uosoi me counti-y.
and ihnssav it from th dread neceaoily of
eiterrainating lb Abolition madmen and if
lb true and earnest men or lb bind win
come to it aid, and grappl with tbe mon
ster on It own ground, the work can be
easily don, aad th grand old Union peace
ably restored ftgai. New Far pttg-Uooh.
Kegr Bofragw In Pennejiranla.
A proposition was, a few days a 70, before
tbe State Keiiat of I'rniwylvania to amend
lb Constitution of that Commoaweaith to
as to allow ticuroe to vol. It was voted
down. Italy fourteen Senator Voted f"t It
while sivty-four ruled against it Th Men
at la a Radical body, aud for Its conduct la
this matter is than noticed by Uie New York
ndtptndmt ( Had ) :
TJie ItnpuMiran' majority acted in a bate
and cowardly manner, brinping dUgrac mu
on themselves and their party. Kb rue ou
Tne Radical bar n objection to forcing
negro to Brag on ether roiamuuitiee than
tbos to which they belong, it t '!
thing at a dutance, very olfcaih at bom.
Aaolvci That th Radical majority In th
Congress of Uln United Htatesbar trampled
upon aud disregarded Ihe groat interest or
th people, and instead of legislating to re
lieve the people from the burdens of laxa
liou nuder which lb eotir industry of tlift
country 1 suffering, at beading their united
efforts to lorolve tbe country In the vortex
or clvii war, nnd In th opinion of th As
sembly of California bav proved themselves
unworthy alike of the high position they
now - occupy, nnd th coufidout of lb
Th Mobile JltgitUr,ut a late duM, trtvS:
'The fxiyal Languors about town are raavov
log disgusted with Iheir hobby, the aegroj
and baring ne further use fi.r him, seem de
termined to threw him overboard Until the
next election. A prominent leaguer, holds
ing position 011 Uie polk force, ami whj
wa instrumental in having nigra ap
pointed a polioi inen, was heard to remark
Ihe other dny 1 'D n Ihe black niggers ; if
it bad not bi-sn for them onr pay would not
have been reduced.' W su.pect ht wa
about half right.'1
A Ntw Oslsass telrgiaui of the 17th
lost, tart i "A n organization of negroes has
been discovered at Keuuer, ten in.lcl heurW
on tbe Jacksun railroad, tbfoirgrt the agency
of a colored man who was Invited lo join
tkcin, but refused. Uo stale that Iheir
avowed object is to drive off or kill nil th
th white aud Rebel negroea, as they call
thain, iu tbe ueig'-iborbood. Tile informant
was brutally assaulted by tbe gang and left
fur dend. but managed to roach this eliy and
make his statentwut Id Recorder Nerill."
Judgs Shacksilord ha been holding the
Ch.im'cry ('our, ai this pint . In the place of
Chancellor Barry. He hat diipalrhed a large
amount of busines to Hi gTKt sstitfadioa
of the lUr. We do rot olisii lliiuk It good
tut lo writ in laudatory term of tli
bench, tine it ouftlil always to be taken for
granted thai he Wild holds the scales ofiqui-i
1 is but doing bit sworn-duty, yet w bill
etprets Ihe common opinion that JJK
Shackelford Is rr!urmlug lilt datiti with
great pntieuce and abiluy. WjiJfia utJ '
1 A-.. - , .,
A Dirraaiar r Umiox. William fcf
Pru.fi sa ys that there is uo causa lor the
disturbance of peace iu Bump. Rsiaileoa
o Franc It retailing the furloughs of all
bis ofhuera. Ak-xandel of Huasu is receiv
ing voluntary recruits at tit rat of about .
ou hundred aad tiny Ihouwnd ft ntiniihl
Tber niul b a dilttrenc ut oplnluft some
where. A onlry undertaker sdvvrtisee to ''fir
nlsh roflint fur th dead at price a kith total
tuiibl let li'kf to llt,"