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" The article going tlic rounds of the
lire-HH In reference to tlio (lisgufttlng ln-
tf.ldont In the family or Gen. Mower,
rtt Ship Island, 1 certainly cresting
panning neriMitlon. It my, or may
not, he true thitt the micro aoldier -'
duced hta daughter, or tht the daugh
ter seduced the negro, or that nHther
1 true. Still there in an air of proba
bility about It, when we consider the
legitimate conwqm-nex of Radical
doctrines about universal efuallty.
Tho young woman In question, like
thouannds In the North, has been
taught la common aehooH, Pundny
bcUquIb aud pulplU, that the negroes
are a noble and jerecuted race, Infi
nitely Biiperlor to the whites if the
South. Much teachings g1v tine, es
pecially In young women, to tender
tympathicH, which are easily exag
gerate Into love. Ruch unnatural
love BiiggeaU moral and. physical
criminality, and tho result Is that the
deluded woman contdgns herself to a
condition of Incurable disgrace and
In case of a rape committed by a
negro upon a Southern white woman,
Clen. Mower rescued the prisoner
from the gallowtt to which he was
legally condemned. But when his
own daughter, voluntarily, submitted
to the dlHgrnce which was forced upon
the other, tho negro, lew guilty than
his paramour, is secretly murdered by
order of tho upright Judge .and su
preme military sat fap. This murder
takes nothing from the guilt of his
daughter, but adds ImmeHHurably to
the Infamy of the father, and we cau
hut look upon the reported disgrace to
his family as an act of retributive
Justice most wisely administered.
As above stated, the story may, or
not, bo true; but it is precisely the
character of fruit to be gathered from
the doctrines of abolitioniHm. Those
who believe in the unqualified equal
ity of the races, aresiuiply conMtateut
when they act in accordance with
that lcllef. Many such are too igno
rant to read the marks of inequality
tamped by the baud of nature upon
tho types of mankind no less dis
tinct than those visible upon different
ypecles of animals. ; To those thus
taught, the buzzard Is the peer of the
eagle, the gorilla of the negro, and
the negro of the Caucasian. In ac
cordance with such belief, there can
be no moral or natural iniquity In the
process of miscegenation, aud Gen.
Mower is dishonest in condemning
the conduct of his daughter, and in
tensely criminal in tho murder of her
We care not what may befall Mow
er and his daughter, Individually, but
for the honor of tho Caucasian race,
wo hopo the Htory is a fabrication.
Tun telegraph reports that even
Radicals are Indignant nt the propo
rtion of Greely, that the liogu Ar
kansas Senators be admitted to vote
In the last act of the impeachment
farce. If this would le more dis
graceful than permitting Wade to
vote for his own advancement, or for
any other Senator to vote who has
prejudged tho cam, we fail to see it.
Indeed, If the negroes who chance
to be iu tho gallery were invited to
vote, it would add nothing to tho in
famy of the whole trial, and nothing
to tho disgust of a people quies
cently looking on whilst corrupt iou
is disintegrating tho government and
decomposing all tho elements of civil
lilierty. The conspirators need not
fear any serious opposition to any
thing thoy may do, for the simple
reason that the masses have liecomc,
through Radical teaching aud exam
ple, as corrupt as it Is possilue for hu
man nature to be. Cannibalism
would scarcely slunk any, save the
victims of the enormity.
Ik Andrew Johnson wishes to die
gracefully, he ought, U-fore the Sen
nte cuts tho platfurMi, issue a procla
mation of universal amnesty, and
special pardons for such pure and dis
tinguished men as Davis and hvo. If
ho fail to do this, it will evince the
samedegrooof malignity towards the
Southern people that characterized
him as military Governor of Tcuncs-
bco, and cause his nanio and memory
to ho execrated by good men every-
wnere. jie sees that the Radical an
Kcondas are preparing to tighten their
colls around the best men of the South
aiuito crush them through envy, ma
lignity ami diabolism, and is as bad
as ilutlcraud Stauton if lie fail to In
toi'iHwu the power he may yet right
fully exorcise, In behalf of iioblcrnien
than Radicalism can conceive of,
much loss produce.
It is no unusual thing to see, In
Northern prints, lamentations over
the decline of Protestant Christianity
north of tho Ohio, Could it bo other
wise when so muuy churches have
lioeu converted Into halls for political
gatherings und pulpju Into stands for
clerUul demagogue who havo vied
with (Mu h other In doing the work of
the devil? Of all H,e Use Radical
politicians, the clergy are the basest
and most dcnoniuc lu spirit. To ex-
pect the Protestant churches to nour
ish uu-Kr such teachings Hiid guid
ance Is like looking to the Prliu-e of
Durkne-w to expound the doctrJui-a of
the l'l lnee ut l.luht, peace aud l-ui it y.
The Cutliolie Church at.aal uHof
tVoiu the dUUilical tcrn-liui:; and
pruv'.l-vs of RidlmuMi preached
from the Bible instead of "Helper's
Impending Crisis," and hosits reward
in an Increasing membership and a
growing, reputation for piety and
honesty ef conviction.
This state of things argues nothing
against Protestantism, but proves a
strong and growing disgust with
Protestant clergymen, and conse
quent doubts of the efficacy of a faith
which has failed to preserve the moral
integrity of so many who profess It,
and which fails to deter it salaried
propounders from entering the ser
vice of the devil, as Radical emissa
ries. Christians so corrupt as those
who are in the Radical party, are
warnings ratlter than examples for
those who are without the pale of the
The prolliiHty is that, ere our next
issue, the curtain will have dropped
Upon the last act of the Impeachment
fame, and the long expectant audience
will have retired some exulting over
the success of usurpation and tyranny;
others saddened by the painful con
viction that liberty is dead and that
the boasted capacity of the American
people for self-goverument wan but
the idle dream of the patriots of "76."
The wisdom of Washington enabled
him to foresee the dangers ahead and
he niapied out the breakers upon
which the Ship of State has been
wrecked. The vlrtueand intelligence
relied Usn to guide the helm and
keep this chart ever in view, suc
cumbed to the mutinous, ignorant
and corrupt crew which steered blind
ly for the point of danger, and lo ! the
No matter what may lie the decis
ion of the Senate, the overthrow of
the government is already a fixed
fact. An emasculated Executive and
a Supreme Court subservient to the
will of the usurpers have the effect to
make Congress supreme over the co
ordinate departments and with the
sword and the purse in its hands, it is
idle to expect that it will part with its
lowcr, or Buffer it to be wrested from
them through the agency of the bal
lot box. Bayonets and money will
carry the next election, and another
four years of Radloal tyranny will
enslave the country for generations
to come. A people too corrupt and
mercenary to resist the first blow at
their rights and liberties possess too
many of the attributes of slaves to be
awakened to a love of freedom until
driven to despair by intolerable op
pression. Should this time ever arrive, the
present generation of knaves, fanatics
and fools will have entailed upon pos
terity all the wrongs and sufferings
endured by tho people of England ere
they wrested tho magna charts from
the grasp of enthroned despotism. A
brave spirit and a sturdy blow at the
right moment would have secured the
blessings of freedom to the present
and many sulisequent generations.
But this spirit was stifled by the nox
ious influences of unhallowed ambi
tion, selfish knavory anil blind fanat
icism, and the arm that should have
struck tho blow was unnerved by fear
or by motives even less honorable.
The result is a government subverted
anil a whole people enslaved. If this
picture Is too dark, let those give It
brighter colors who believe that the
virtue and Intelligence of the few can
control the frenzied Ignorance of the
masses first maddened by knaves
and then corrupted.
One of the charges against the
President. Is Impropriety of lansruture.
on his trip to Chicago. Any one to
have heard the vulgar abuse bandied
lwtween Washburne and Donnelly In
the House, would havo Inferred that
such a charge was the sheerest Impu
dence on tho part of tho impeachers.
Mcau whisky acting ujiou moan na
tures, can alone account for the bar
room vulgarity which now character
izes the Representatives of the peo
ple, in tho National Capitol. SoIht
brutes would behavo better, from
' s -
Old Ren. Wade's Southern policy
is to increase the army, to keep the
negroes iipirmoMt and the whites
undermost, and then sell the lands of
the whites to pay the bill. We do
not belle vo that even so Infamous a
wretch as Wadecould have originated
an idea so fiendish. The devil must
have whispered it in his ear, and his
willing agent adopts It us his own.
Gun. Meaik (wem-i to 1h emulous
of tho undying fame won by ltoast
Butler. In sentencing four 'men to
the Dry Tortugas for thrashings Rad
ical thief ho has gone a Imwshot
aistve ltutler, aud ennnnittod a crime
against justlis and humanity greater
than steullng every spoon left in the
Emm the Lynchburg, Vn. News.
1'unerul of Ilou. William '. It We.
Casta 1,1 a, Aluehmaki.k Co., Va.
April 2fii. 1KUH. f
Yesterday evening the funeral of
l lie lion. W. i;. jovos look place
ut "Castle Hill," In tho presenco
of a large number of his friends and
neighbors, including very many of
i ue colore! people. i neiU'V. I-., lloy
tlen, Hector of the Parish, assisted by
lU-v. V. C. Rutler. of Charlottes
ville, performed the funeral service
In the house ii nd at the grave.
The lust resting place of the de
ceased statesman and itriot is a pla
teau of ground with southern expo
sure, not far from the lawu leading
up to the Muiuiil House,
Here all that was mortal of Virgin
ia's loyal son was committed "earth
to earth- ashes to ashes dust to
dust," there to remain till the resur
rection morn, A mound over the
grave was formed, which was well
and Uiaulil'ulty sodded with grass,
aud then the hand of an iilteetiunuU'
daughter lilaced u ci'osnof w hitollovp
ers, tastefully Interwoven with ivy
and while riMxm, on the grave of lu-r
U-lovcd father; a wreath of myrtle ut
the hem! and Uuiqiict nt tlio foot,
were also placed on tho grave, when
the usseiuhlcd coiniuny dispersed.
The death of Mr. Hives U the flint,
with the exception of an Infant
daughter, -IU years ago, that bus oc
curred iu ids family si nt' e hleuiar
"iflg jorlod of W year.
Washington, D. C, May The
President's defense was concluded
this afternoon: by the argument of
Stanbery, who- come from a bed of
sickness to discharge this solemn
duty.. After speaking half an hour
he was utterly exhausted and by per
mission his secretary read hfs pre
pared argument. Stanbery, however,
rallied and delivered the concluding
portion. . r -
lloavy wagers were laid to-day on
the final result, the odd being In
favor of conviction. ' -
On the adjournment of the court
me mcmis-rs or the House returned
to- their hail, where another outrage
ous awn ccurred, and the actors
were Grant's political keeper. Wash
bur no, of Illinois, and Douelley, of
ju'.niiesoia, noin ivwncois.
Washburne wants the whole family
in the House, aud wrote a letter to his
brother, woo wants to supplant Don
nelly, accusing him of fraud, swind
ling, and passing under an assumed
Donnelly produced documentary
evidence exculpating himself from
every charge, and then piwecded to
stain Washburne. which hedidcrlee-
tually, and in terms so vituperative
ne was repeMHy called to order, and
this he did for an hour.
Washburne replied, excitedly reit
erating the charges in coarse terms,
slinking his fist at ills adversary.
IiOgan and Gen. Washburne, an
other of the family, promptly pacified
Washburne. This little row exem
plifies the old adage when thieves fall
out honest people get their dues, anil
If these fallows tell the truth about
each other one ought to be in the State
prison and the other in the lunatic
There Is talk of a resolution of cen
sure on Washburne, if not expulsion,
for his conduct. ,
If the President is convicted, a com
mittee from all the principal cities In
vite him to visit them and he will ac
cept, and will commence speaking
first in Boston, and maklnir the tour
of the country; but he is hopeful of
Washington May 3. 18C8.--Man-agers
of impeachment, and other
prominent Radicals, after calling to
day on Senators for the purpose of as
certaining thelrstatus on thequestlon
since the close of the President's de
fense, and to exert on them all the
influence possible. ' '
Butler laughs at the idea of acquit
tal, and says he was never more con
fiidentof winning a case. He claluft
forty votes for conviction.
In view of Wade' anticipated pro
motion to the Executive Department,
his future policy toward the South Is
of the highest importance. The other
day he was addressed on this subject
by a Pennsylvania member of the
House, who said that from informa
tion he had received he had appre
hended trouble between the whites
and blacks in those Stutes. Wade
said lie thought it was quite probable.
What can be done to prevent it was
theinquiry. Wadorespondedit would
pe necessary to increase the military
force in that section. His friends sug
gested that the people North are now
paying an enormous tax, and protes
ted against thoir being augmented to
support a large military force. Wade
said it would be remedied by requir
ing the States to foot the bill, and
when reminded of their impoverished
condition he intimated that their
lands were abundantly able to meet
all demands, as the constitution in
Alabama ami other States provided
for raising negro soldiers the protection
which will lie extended that unfortu
nate people will be such as the wolf
gives to the lam h.
The scene in the house yesterday Is
severely criticised to-dav, and partic
ularly tho conduct of Washburne, for
vulgar and coarse as was Donnelly's
tirade, he Is held somewhat exeu'sa
blo under tho provocation. Wash
burn's friends are working to prevent
the introduction of a resolution of
ceusuro, and, with the aid of Grant,
may stop It.
A New York Radical of the House
during the proceeding declared he
would not witness such a disgraceful
and extraordinary outrage. There
are no fears of a fight.
New York, May 5. A dispatch
states that Senator Fessenden has
prepared an opinion that there are no
grounds shown in the evidence or ar
gument justifying tho conviction of
i ne j-resiueni. air. JUorrill offered
Mr. Fessenden an adverse opinion,
but failed to convince Fessenden.
Several other Republican Senators
n A ... . . . . .
iiru reporiLsi ic navo IUJ10WCU 1' essen-
It is now stated that a new party,
headed by Chase for tho Presidency,
against Gen. Grant, Is to be Immedi
ately formed by Fessenden, Hender
son, Trumbull, and other moderate
Washington, May 4. Bingham's
speech In tho Senate to-dav, was a
political harangue, not to leilignified
by the name of an argument. It
abounded in high-sounding words
audi its the "aecustsj ami perjured
President," &e., ami was at most a
declamation without ticing noticeable
only for sound and fUry. It was
without method, point or force, and
many Senators growing uneasy at
his tirade, employed their time In
reading books or newspapers, or writ
ing; while members of the House
generally returned to their own hull.
It is the weakest s)ccch of the trial.
An affair of honor took place at
Bladensburg this morning. After an
exchange of shots, iu which neither
was hit, the affair was amicably ad
Justed. The parties were an attache
of a leading foreign legation, and an
American ollUvr. A personal aflVout
provoked tho challenge.
The liellgeronts. Washburne and
Donnelly, and their friends, had their
case lieforo tlio House, and It resulted
in the apisiintnient of a committee
of investigation. Windom, of Min
nesota, who ottered it, explained his
puriwse to expel the party at fault.
If the charges made liy Wushburno
proved untrue, to move his expulsion,
and If true, Donnelly was not fit to
be a niemlier.
Mulllns, of Tennessee, called Wood
bridge, of Vermont, to order, remark
I ng he did not want to hear any slung
A secret circular of Alabama carpet-baggers
has found its way lmre.
It appeursthey have secretly U-en at
work on Congressmen to secure the
admission of that State under the
( '4111st itut ion, which was voted down.
The Kudtcals will have the matter up
lu tho reconstruction committee to
morrow, and it is a forgone conc lusion
these States will be admitted without
reference to the wishes or votes of t lie
jieople of the South.
lr Johnson Ih removed the Radicals
will shortly introduce a hill in Die
House- increasing the number of
Judges of the Supremo Court. This
will le dim. In ti-ai'.,i, A..,. .i....iui...vl
... -. , . HIIJ l,-r-W,y
III the Court 011 the constitutionality f
of tho laws of Congress. The panic- i
iiiaroiii.H t, liowever, would lie to pre-1
elude the mssihility of the Court de- 1
cidiug the tenure-of office bill uncoil-
UtutlonaL. as that dortaiou. would!
place them In an awkward predica
Stanbery 1 visited . the Executive
mansion this morning and had an
Interview with the President. A
number of visitors called, many of
whom were admitted to see the Pres
ident.. ' - ,
London. May 4. The British Mln
Istrv has resigned. All eomtiromlses
offered by Disraeli in order to bridge
over the oreacu until aner the gener
al election, were rejected.
Lord Stanley, " Earl-Mai mesbury
and Hon. G. A. Thome Hnrdy re
fused to serve under Disraeli. Mr.
Gladstone was immediately sent for
by the Queen, and to him will be
trusted the formation of the new
Washington, May 6. The Na
tional Manufactures' Association is
sued a call to-day for the first annual
meeting at Cleveland, Ohio, on the
27th Inst., to hear the report of the
committee sent to Washington, and
to lake action upon other matters of
It Is reported that the Committee
on Ways and Means are considering
a proposition to give' mat ructions to
the suls-committee on revision of tar
iff to make a provision by which to
supply the deficiency in revenno,
caused by the exemption of manufac
tures from tax. 1 1
A dispatch to tho Secretary of the
interior irom me reaee commission,
dated Fort Laramie 2d. rciwrts the
airtvai or tnrce ncau chiefs of the
Cheyenne, and thata full delegation
of Mountain Crows and Arapahoes
will be there in a few days.
The American Medical Association
met to-day, Dr. S. D. Gross, of Phil
adelphia in the chair. About 4oO
delegates are present., The conven
tion remains in session until. Friday
Sei,ma, Ai.a, May 4. On the 14th
01 Aiarcn some young men or JKutaw,
Greene county, took part in a difficul
ty between a man named Hill, of an
infamous character, and Mr. Petti-
grew, growing out of depredations by
Hill upon the property of Pettlgrew,
in which Hill was roughly treated
but not seriously hurt. These young
men were arrestea ny me military
authorities and tried by commission
in this city. Theflndlngof the court
and the action of General Meade
have just been made publio. Four of
the accused, who have been in close
confinement since the trial bciran.
wore found not guilty and released.
I'ettlgrew, Thomas Roberts,' J. Steel
were sentenced to hard labor at the
Dry Tortugas for' two years.' Frank
Mundy, Hugh White, John Callcry,
and Samuel Stmhorn to hard labor
at the Dry Tortugas for one yoar.
The prisoners, handoufl'ed, left this
evening. . .11:,
A most Right eoua Law.
The Legislature of Ohio has passed
a law compelling all ballots to be
pnnteti or written on White paper.
The object is to make the ballots uni
form In color, so that every man. rich
and poor, shall vote his sentiments
witnout rear or favor. Heretofore in
Radical districts, especially where
large operators live, employing many
men, the rule has been for the opera
tors to print blue or yellow tickets.
These were given to their workmen
Just before voting. They voted them
ana retained their place; if against
mem mey were Immediately thrown
out of employment. The Radicals
have been doing this foryears. Hun
dreds 01 votes nave Deen mus con
trolled, and thus hundreds of men
have been compelled to vote against
their honest sentiments, and for those
they detested and despised, or lose
me oniy means mey had or mainten
ance for themselves and families.
The enactment of this law is wise
and just Justice to the poor man.
xiiv iuioicuis u re very outer in de
nunciation of the law, and in the
Legislature voted, every man of
them, against It becoming a law.
1 ne Kauicai press also denounce ft,
lecauso they know it takes from
them hundreds of votes which ' thev
have been controlling in the manner
indicated. Marion (O.) MiiTor.
From the Nnnhvllle Banner.)
Tukinor into account all theincl
dents which make up the situation in
Tennessee ; the general quietude of
society; me law-abiding spirit or the
people; the pecuniary stagnation
of tne times; the excessive taxes lev
ied to support an unpopular local
uovernment; me one-sided applica
tion of coarse partisan stiiniiianU';
and the thousand enormities, losses
and annoyances of the proscrlptivo
and ignorant system under which we
are compelled tolive without thchope
of redress considering wesay the course
of resistance on the one hand and the
patient submission of the people ou
the other, somo idea of tho brutality
of the propositions now put forward
uy uovernor urowniow and his Con
gressional advisers may bo obtained
by the honest reviewer of events.
The-meaning of those propositions
Is simply this: "Notwithstanding
there is no pretext, we must make a
pretext; 11 me people will not revolt,
we must make them seem to revolt;
and as the succession of Ben ' Wade
puts everything in our power, we
must liegin to prepare the way for the
operation of our forces."
Thus the prosperity of an entire
community ,!und the peaceof an unof
fending and powerless society, are to
be sacrificed in onler to make capital
for tlio Radical party during the Pres
There will bo no Democratic, ticket
run in Tennessee There Is - no
DeiniKTatio movement, deserving
the name of a movement, organ
ized In any part of the State.
Tho radicals have it all their own
way. They are the only candidates
for office and the only voters. They
have possession of every placo of pro
fit or trust from the Governor down
to Justices of tlio Peuoe and Consta
bles. No' one interferes with them;
aud fur six months very little has
Is en said by the press on the subject.
We have Uen trying the efficacy of
silence. Wo have only noticed the
radical murders, Judicial aud political.
The petty offenses : tlio malnrnctioes
of corrupt Judges ; the packed Juries;
the stuffed ballot-boxes ; tho iusolenee
of negroes; the house-burnings; the
nreui 11 nil piotungs or the secret
leagues, those lesser evils of radical
domination we havo borne In the hope
that our tirbcamnccB might procure
us repose and ultimate relief. Rut It
is to no puriMjse. Capital Is to hemado
for the party in tho North. No mat
ter how paeeriil we are, we are not
to have peace. The plan is marked
out at Washington; is sent thence to
Knoxvllle; aud suddenly, like a clap
of thunder in a clear sky, it breaks
f he coiirseof this conspiracy against
the )Mploof Tennessee has lieeu sub
tle but steady. Three months ago a
mysterious telegraph appeared In the
I'hlcago ptier about "a pluii," so
the dispatch stated, "of the rebels to
capture Nashville, rrJ the State or
r iiV. ," but the telegram went on to
fny, "Governor Rrowulow will not
call for troops and thinks he can hold
Ulsowo." Till dispatch, Harted by ,
the Tennessee Congressional dele
gation irom vvasnington, wasnotsent
whero it could bo answered or ridi
culed. It was manipulated ; into the
far Western press. At the time the
Governor was . rusticating at home
and the capital, State arclileves and
all. were oefenflpr! hv irn ,r.wul
tured German. Heydt by nsme, who
wHumnurKiurji ot llie JHOWIUOW
dynasty left In this city;., He has
since gone to New York where ho
aevoies nimseir 10 amorous pursuits, I
at once more congenial and more resl
peeuuse man playing boss over the
ransacked chastity and plundered
treasures of the Government of Ten
nessee. After this dose of poison had
done its work, Bosson's sensation
about the Kuklux Klan came out.
Then followed a characteristic fulml
nade from Brownlow; and finally we
have the letter of the Tennessee dele-
irhMnn In f.m ... I
r ' Si - nt., ,ii'Mn-,iiiK iu rninu
an army without any law and begin a
campaign without any enemy; to go
our. in met, anu nunt up an enemy: to
nuuy me people into a war whether
they want to fight or not; to rob, to
uurn, lupuiHgc, 10 insuii widows ana
orphan children; in short, to make
capital for the radical Presidential
Thus we go from bad to worse. Do
what we will, we are not permitted
to be at peace. ; Such is practical re
construction in Tennessee; such is rad
icalism 01 me iirownlow species. To
oust Johnson; to organize military
force In the South: to nrovoke n dis
turbance, to get a pretext to declare
martial law: to put Grant, by bayo
nets ana congressional legislation,
into the White House, Is the regular,
radical, geometrical progression. .
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I take great pleasure in saying that this
Company is mnnnged by gentlemen who
are among the largest of ourcspltalistit and
among the first merchant of the Went;
men who will consclenclously and lntolll
gently enra for the funds of this Company
no that they will surely be directed to the
purpose for which they are held.
The Compuny has a large Capital,
judirttuty (, and I believe Itannafe
a any Life Insurance Company lu the
country, and yon may with perfect confi
dence recommend your friends who desire
to benefit their families to Insure with tshl
K011T. K. WOODS.
Jfnst theTblni- for m Tonn .Harried
Han, or One who Kxpects to b.
THE "UAKDIJER COTTAGES."
These Cottagesliave recently been painted
inside and out and put In good condition,
They eneh rent for!) per annum, and con
sidered In the light of an Investment, are
profitable to hold. They will he sold for
52,000 each: one-thin cosh, balance In one
and two years with Interest. For further
particulars apply to C. II. JONES.
May 8. ISfW-lw. '' '
ICE CREAM SALOON.
T IOON ELY HAVE IN PTORE A
Xj wrge ami vuruxi awortmout 01
Confectioneries, Notions, etc.
They have attached a .' Mo their
establishment, unit having one of tho best
linkers iu the West, llluv aril nreiiind lo
furnish customers with every description of
i;akm uiui iittbAii, ti me iiesi fiiai liy. run-
in -m inn, WV1KI1IIICH HlipMie4 Ht HUOri DOllC-P.
They have flUuil up a Iiiik ami elegant
HJiLOO.y; where the tkolttml t rtmm will
tat dispensed to all who want it, Irom curly
morn till 10 o'clock at niicht.
Our (on feel tom-rlcH, Oaken, fir end ami lee
ircuin aro iuc host call ami trv them.
, .LIUOf ELY.
- . . - - - ' ' Franklin at.
May , 18fl8-tf.
FRECH & COURTS,
Sign "TENNESSEE IKON,"
CLARKSVIllE, . . TENXKSSEE,
Dealer in ,
.f 1 - .
FIELD SEEDS !
AGRICULTURAL ; ;
Garden Implements !
' At the-
LOWEST CASH PRICES.
Call mud txmmimt amr MacJr,
Mar 1, lMS-tf.
Family Residence fur Bale.
rovn-xwAMj: brick dwki.uso
J iiuune uliu lute reslJunce of Ueorxe W.
Ijeluh) with ttlx roomi. ami hall, kitchen.
cabin, Ktnhla anil buiiuy ImiiMt, line icarden
Kroumla, wllh fruit of various klnda; over
oneaoreln the lot. It la altuaU-d on I be
ISaahville 01 MudlHim uti-eeL nlkw. Iiutt out-
lde of the corporate llmlu (nocorporattoQ
nix 10 puyi m one ui 1110 nneu iieiuuoor
hoiHlHor I'laikKvllle. Any one wlnlilmi to
purcluiMe a dcNtruble Ihiumi for a Niuall
amount will apply to T. A. TllOMAi.
Jiay 0, imn-ii.
ConmtsNioner't Sale ol Land.
J. V. Ilurton i. Carroll A Carroll,
III lturHUanee of a decree made In thin
CHUH4-by the County Court of Montgomery
County, TeniieKMw, I will wll at ibe Court-
iiuuiu) uoor, 111 uivolly ol t laraviue, on uie
OTU DAT OF Jl'XK, INttfi,
the laud mentioned in the pleadlmca, 1 yitiaj
In Civil liutrlel No. 14. containing iiikuiI
one, hMitiUail and tkireouerea, la-lua lite laud
iHmmuijig to the ckUiI of - Carroll, do-uetu-4i,
and Klllnor. Ida wife.
Tri ) per cetil. rAsh.Uiebalnrvoenn a
credit ot win uial two yoar. Note w l 111
aotal aa-i-uiily required till lulert from
dale, ami a lieu retained until the purchaae
i r.i r,i u.it,Ab, VI a owui r.
M-iy S, late tdl
FU'DM Mil MMMIE SHOP,
Planter's Prize Screws, Sblngle
Machines, Sugar Kills,
Brass and Iron
IJllOMPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO OR
der for repair on Htem Knalne.
fcaw I)1llla,iMKl all kliida of Mm Inm-ry.
(" MlmektmUhim neatly aud
. . J A. BATES CO,
May 8, 1M8-Iy.
DAVID r. BADUKM.
DAVID P. HADDEN & CO.,
SOI rtfcVT BTMBKT,
IMeinpliis, - -
oreClAL " ATTENTrON ' GIXTZX r TO
consignments of Flour, Meal, Daoaa,
Lard, vVblakey, etc., etc, : '
May 8, lHftS-Sraoa. - ,
R. E. M'CULLOCH,
Jfeafer mm Bttmil Ittmltr In
CLOTH I BIG
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods,
" "CLARKsVlLlE, -TENN,
Keeps constantlt on hand all
article necoarT for men and boya. The
bulk of my atock la m . . ( ,f (
f -. I...:'. - ,:,- i . ,
and aa mcarda atyle. workmanship and
lrlee, la aatnrpameil by any in thla
market. I will lie plcam-il nt all time to
nee my frlomlx and any who may chance to
Hive me a call, ami will take (treat pleuauro
iu allowing tliom through the stock.
VA11 gootU will be aold at the verjr
Lowest C n Hilt Prices I
- f -i tm - :
and are guaranteed to give aatlsfactlon to
K. . SleCCLLOCII.
May 1, 18t-tf
B. 0. KEESEE & CO.,
riows, Corn Sucllers, Btraw Cutters,
Lcatbcrt, Wagon and BugryTIm
bers, Horse Shoes and Xalls, '
An Vila, Vieea, Hcllowa, Htoek mid Die,
Hammer, llatchctla. HI. -el. Itoea. Kile:
CariHintera. Illiuskauiitha', I'lMipera' and
Shoe TimiIs; Mill, Circular. CroNarut aud
HandHawa; Axea, Nallnanil ChalriH: Ixteka
und Hlmw; Hiftera, Hhvel and Taeka.
Alrto. a larve aHortluellt ol (fun. Htllea
and PIkIoIh, Table Knlveaand Korka, Pouk-
et Knives, Helmora aud Mliean, or every
Franklin St., CLABKSTILLI, ' TE"X.
"Order aolicl ted and carefully filled.
t , ...
and the Patent Iron Double
SHOVEL PLOW, ,
CARIK Mvaara. Ed; Tl'RMMtr. J. P. Nkb-
i.ktt and J. F.. Huowmwi will l In at
tendance, and moat eonllally invito Ihelr
friemla and the public generally to give
tlii'iu a call.
May 1, ll.
Country Merchants Supplied as
Cheaply as In Cincinnati or
2 Coulter & Hillman ?
bA . ..... .... 5
'3 . Jotobcri and Dealer In
- DRY GOODS,
BOOTS and SHOES.
3 . m!
M Uia anil f'.nii Intra ,
llats and Carpeting 3
g FRANKLIN STREET,
t Clarksville, Tenn. ?
Duh'I Fail to. Look at our Slock,
anyhow, Irfvrt j,urhainy
April iu, l&M.
FABMERS AXD GIL4I DE11ERS,
GRAIN MB SEED SEMIUM
IN EXISTENCE I
; i. ' . , i. " , .:
THREE MACHIMES IH OHE
i ::' - I
We Challenge the World to
Produce Its. Equal !
It li Compatt und Simple in Constrnc-
tlon, wh lie for .the Sapidity
' and Tarfctj of ' Its '
Work ,t ,li
.t V I r 1 .-.
UNRI V-ALED !
rpHIS MACniXE WILL
JL aeparale the
from 8mnt, Cheat, Cockle, bllulited, broken
and Rhriveled gmlna, and other Impurities,
leavluir the ikht Hkalthv, pi.itmi ami
1-p.itrai-TKrauia toaow. j-.very inienigeut
wwmwi miuvi ma auTnauit ui owing
PURE SEED WHEAT
o that when ynn ratxe a etnpyon will have
Kuril I HtrrVTHKAT, Blld eonNequent-
ly will rnlso three ur four bushel more to
It elenna Wheat for market -aVrjrffT
aVMTJf, aavlng tlm aimtll Hralna. It will
euaii irom ;w to 4110 Moha-la f wheat er
ouy, nui cleaner at on rouiMim lUrouuu
than any Fan In the niArknt.
It elenna Com, IHila, Itye, Rnrley, Timo
thy, Clover, Hemp. Flax and lluasartan
4raa Seeiln; and If Clover na-l ThiMJthy
0.-11, hi 111 iru ti win m-iiiiiiijo ineui.
Oialn Deaiera will ulvo from twontv-flve
to tiny ccnlH more on thu liut-lu-t for foul
ueai eri-nnei 011 una r un.
Millcracuu Have frfim one-third In aha.
half of the tU'HKHJS'MJStlH, which they
would otherwise feed to their Iiok, anl
rroin wlilen they can make good family
It empttea tho Wheat directly Into the-
nan miHiiei,, inereuy avniuing the wahi-r,
aa well aa then MR and I.A boh formerly un
avoidalkle lik meaMiirlnir up theKraln.
The heat Karmera, Mtilera, raln IVaiera,
Maehlnlata and liiiaiut-Ma Men uronounne
thla Mill a iterb-ct auceeaa, nud a valuuble
Inwntlon whleh haa lonn been luwlnl,
Weehiillenue the hwj! rir-ti mnd thmr.
mmg-k t-Ht of thla Machine, aud axk all en-
teriniKliiK Karmera. drain Krotera. nnd
oihera li.terexUxi lu tula klttdoi luauUinvnr
aenrenit liiveattKiitlon, feeling aattarted that
11a inertia ure AK ui'eiiiok la all other
The Lctten Patent granted to
J. NEWTON WILLIAMS, JR.,
of Ht. Paul, Minnesota. 011 the Hd of Octo-la-r.
1117, cover MSIUHV mfmnfiC JA'H
i.nromTJ.T il-tl.HH, tlier.il.y ai-cur-
in to uartlee Durohualiiu Terrllory an ex
elusive monopoly In thla valuable luven
tlou fur . .
'. ' : . . I . - . '. : ! .1 .- 1.
Energetic and Responsible Men
enpahle of eonduetlng a business of from
$.',U0M lo f .',uuu, t purchase an Interesk in
una ..lacuiuu. 10 aucu lutruca we uuer
and any come and see us, and see If we do
iinteoiivlucuyoit that yuu rail make mora
money oy a jniiinotis 111 veal ineni 111 hand
ling this Keparator--lhaii lu auy other bua
lutsa. The Mill, are mude of
Good, Strong, Well Sraionrd Inniber,
ETEBY MACHINE WARRANTED.
Prloo of Iho Fuu at thu Manufactory,
Forty Dollars J
If11" rilraetion. aeeoniMihy eivih Mill.
Territory or Mills In Tennessee, Ken-
", ,'y, uudtUeatoullK-ruHlatoa, vail ou m
aadl-eM . .
T. H. JONES & CO.,
Xo. 1 1 1 Cor. College Jt Cuarcb Iti.,
Op paile Chamber of Cum merer,)
NASHVILLK, . . . TENNESSEE.
Mny 1. 131 if.
- JOBBKBa AND 1EALER3 IN
READY MADE CL0THII1G!
Gent's Furnishing Goods,
Hats, Boots, Sloes, Trunts, Va
, lisea and Umbrellas .
rrankMir and Strawberry Streets,
F HAVE ADDKDTO OUnCLOTHIXa
Merchant Tailoring Business,
and have aeenre.1 the aervleea or Mr. O. A
HronM, who haa won for him nelf eoimliler-alileri-puuitloii
aa a Cutter and Workman
generally, which together with the line
pf every description, grade and extremely
low prices, wo holm to merit a eoutliiuaneu
of the iiutrouage liereloforc ao llourullj be
'oweJ1, ti .... s.,, , ,
l'OLLOCK & CO.
April 17, 186H-tf. . t.-ir t ' t u k
M. C. PITMAN & CO.,
CLARKSVLLLE - TENNESSEE.
I J ,1-1 ;- .- ',' - .'
TTE HAVE J.CHT P.RCFJ VKD AND
Tf opened, at our 4't.WTIIIXU KTOKK
on Fnuikllnatreet, a gented ato-k of gen
teel Clothing for Men, Uenrlmieti anal
Boyal. e.: every ImxIj- la-lwe.-n at-ven ami
one hundred jraaraof bk.- who wears Pauls,
Coals, Vests, Hlilrls, , llrawera, Kuju. I'.
Hiilna, 'llms, (lloves, HuspenilerH, Hand
kerchieft, llata, Honla,!Sh(H-s,rilppera, fin
hrellaa.Trnuka, Vallsea,ir Tnivi-lhig Haml
IliigM. These lines of goods belong to our
Hrunchof liustiiesa, nnd lu them wo suiiro
no pains in trying to satisfy all who call
on us forsuppllea. H.-ingdesinus to servo
,iit- imiiiiii- iu oorcnpaeiiy, we very res nee t-
1 . 1 1 . . k.ii.1. .. . 1 , . . 1 1
fully solicit fronnent cnllii froin
LApril !N, 8-t6 1 f i j V'
1 . 1
Boots and Shoes I
Hats and. Caps !
LADLES.' AXD GENT'S Fl'RMSIINQ GOODS!
T nAVrTJUHT ItKCKTTKT) A COMPLCTB
A aturkof roofhUntlicnlK.vellne.of which
I respeclfully Invite an examination. I
haye ewy varletr of Idlea' high cut
piking ahoea, In- ItatHig. Morocco ami
Kldj IjkIIi-s' nnd children's front laoe and
U,!I;I7U,U,I"'B,I" grades; Ladles Olovo
Kid Hllnpers, an entirely new and nlcear
t elej Lodlea Kid and Lusting Hllnpers r
(lenta line hand-cwtd Hoota nml EbocsL
luadoexpreasly to my own order. . -
All gradeaorHi-ogansand Women li hen vr
P.'!1.!11."'.,0' '-"Hb'. UeufaauU
Children's British Hoalerr.
A eall from purchaser, la respect full v ao
lleited. W. W. VAI.I.IANT. ,
Rneeeasor to Ynlllaut k lender.
April 24, INtlH-lin. -.
To the Citizens of Clarksville and
' ' ;( Surronnding . Country.
rWOn,I BTATE THAT I IT AVE JTUT
returned rrnm the Kaalern cities with n,
large atoek of the beat lira nd of French Calf
Hklns, together wllh a very large st.s-k oT
material or every kind for iniiiiurnetuilnc
- GOOD BOOTS AND SJIOES,
of the latest styles, all of whleh I bought
for cash which enables mo to nuike alt
kinds of Hoots and Mhoeattt greatly reduced
prices. A lnrne stock of made work or""
fuind, wblc.li I warrant, at greatly reduced!
All inerultnR done with neatness ami dis
patch. Wllh many thanks fi the Ills-nil patron
age, fir nianyyear-t, of my old friends and
customers, 1 most respectfully solicit a cou-
imuuia-u w uioaume. .1
Boots and Shoes
lentlenwn reaMlmtTIn the eonntrv. br
enrelully eaaairlaing tlw fallowing euta,eau
tnke their okb aiieitsnra. .ul bmihI tn 11m
old and well known Hi ait and HIiim) Hland of
John Hick, West Hide PuhllcHqiuim, Clurka
vllle, TenuosatMl, wiles a .
G000 FIT WILL BK CMAK t.TTEED,
If properly tnkeu hy the following
Directions for Measuring the Foot.
F Int. Place the foot on a piece of paper
nnd trace llieoulllne of same with a pencil,
which will ulve the leiiKtu nud spread of
the foft, a shown In tlKiire A.
fkrtmrf. Make I he following measurement.
inches and fractions, with Iiih measnie.
Nil own III iiaiim xi, l:
lal-The hull of llie foot.
2d. The low luslep.
IVI. The hluh lnsU-p.
41 h. The heel,
ftih. The ankle.
April IT, INMMm.
THU HKCOND '
' ' "WILL HE It ELD AT THIS '" U '
EAK CLAH K8 VILiLK, TKNN.
FilatJ oiid HUvrtUtil, Jiay2Wa ase-aorn, lfM.
-XN THE KIHKT DAY THERE WILL UK
t u k'aoey TratMal of HaiBlifa,
ill required to ride lu lull vsluiiie,t-acli ea
cortlng a Iaidy superbly mounted ou home
Isvik will eitti-r the Ampliitlu-atru. . Ar
raiiKemrnta have' Is-en made fiw all thenar
phrrnulia to Miukc thla one of the uusit lif
tereMlngiind attractive Tonrnamenta ever
held lu Keiitneky or Tenaeaaue. lu addi
tion, agreatdealof sloik Is In pretatrallon
for exhiblllon, and a livaly und gay tlmo
mny lai expected. Ttia proprietor, W. H.
Morshall, uiiolil Keiklucky suakinun, haa
built a Itol-doa Ihedrouiida, where a41osii
la.neeoiiiiiiiMlal.sl, and every allenllou will
beglven totlusw whoatop with htm. Hev
era! Impnrlant peraooageM am eMwed lu
he iirsaratatul take pallia 111 priMaaaUuivs
.AKUlJ.IHlltHlw,. ; , . i j ;..xjp.
; w. -a. aRMiraoM.
KINCANNON & GO,
! ' v- fraaklln Btreel, '! I:
CLAEKSVILLE, ( TENN.', ; '
M AN U F A O TU It E US
1 .1- ' ,. i
Of the moat approved natural of
Wrought Iron Cooking Stores,
T1X AXD 8HKKT 120X rt ABU,
, AnduVaUrviAaU kiadiof M
Cast Iron Choking- - (- ,
and Heating Stovei,
Hollovr-ware and . ..
REPAIRING AND GUTTERING
Iiont in the motl pro?ird manaar, on
hort uolic. Jsa. I, 1
L - Jll7?'I