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RATES OF ADVERTISING.
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1 MO 1 MO Ho 0 mo 12 MO
2 so 4 fin II on ( no is no
Sim t (m 10 (m 12 no i nil
Oil 10 Ut 12 MI Ift 00 l'l nu
10 wi I'i (' iJ on M oil ml mi
13 (HI 13 Ml !M 2 Oil Wi 00
l" Oil 17 U. iil Ou l 110 AO I")
2" . Ill (in : 10 11 () . mi
o ' Wl '10 no iii iMi
1 Rquan) ..
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Z f 'uluiiin......
F.rtln. sdverttslnt tv ennt.-ivt. fr
Ittven time, will tie confined to the.'r lcgltl
in m linirln.-; anything outside of thl.
will lie charged for separately.
t- Advertisers, for specified tlmt. cx
cwillim three month., will hnve the prlvl
lin of rulif'whiK tlHT ailverllNciiiel.it.
ni.irtcrlv all extra change will be
Clin rued for.
r p.iiilile-colnmn advertisement, will
be churiicd one-third more tbtm regulnr
'rales for simile column,
ar Funeral Nodes, Obituaries, or any
other mailer milxwrvlnif, private merest,
win iwi eiianred for.
- Notice In local and upecinl rolum.
are mat urn oi apeciui contract.
P. H. PORTER, Agent,
IIOl SE FURNISHING GOODS, AC
ti A'jrsTm' fivfua iniF.ioToK
I IWAI.I. PAl'I.K and UUltlLllJ of
thu I.ilrit style.
April 17, l&iS-tf.
Drs. Finley & Beaumont.
it Or. D.N Reldi-iire, Cor. Frankl n
and Hllcr Streets,
Mnrrh 13, '08 3m) (LAKRSYILLE.
1)11. J. M. LAItltllSH
rn.y be found at bit oilier, 2d fluor of tbe
Chronicle building, at all buun, UDless pro
' fesslonatlv nhient,
March 1, 1867-tt
r. whiqiit avd b. a. has-
swill practice Mciucliicnnil Wnrgi'ry
In i innerslilli on anil aftur April 271 li. lsas.
'1 liev resoecl fully tender thelrcrvl-a to
Hi" cm&'im oi i nu khviih" aim ns vieinny,
at thu oill of tli lulu lir. K. i). llanklint.
Dr. Wriuht sleep, at bis old olUce on
Frank I hi street.
Apiii 'it, isvg-tr.
dr. n. M. AC.itEE,
Office st his now residence on Franklin
Irt-rt, Iwu doors Eiml of the KpiKiiinil
C'liurih. Jim II, IBUH-lf.
t. M. THO.vlAS,
Attorney at Law.
Office, ovrr Thomns, Niblctt & fo.'
CLA11KSVILLE, - TENN.
Oct, 25, 18G7-ly.
HORACE II. Ll'RTONi
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Will prHdire in til. Courts of Dickson,
Ptrwirt nnd Miiiitjroinrrr.
licnOIHiT, on btmwbrrr; AUtj opioslto
Kli. 21. Vt) fm
B, D. JOHNSON,
Attorney at Law.
Will iriiclicp Killi in tlip Cotiits of Law nut!
Kuiiy ill the omul iis of Kiitx-itsnii, C'lifiit
liiim. Diikmn. riirwiirt mid Mutilpmicry.
I Mllre on Strawbtrry Alley, C'iiirk.villr,
J. G, ROBINS.
Attorney at Law,
rilKHI J.:oN8TUAWlli:ilUY AI.l.KY.
HpiM'lul utti-ntlon iatil tutlir eollKiion of
Apiil 10, isil8-tr.
A. If Siitu. laU of Smith J- TuthUu.
I . v -
D.U. Ul'Tc'lUKUH, late nf Htttchingt J- (Jrinlrr
SMITH & 11UTCHIKGS,
Not. 8, IB07-1.T.
W. II. Tl'HNLKV, l"U ti Smith $ Turulry.
K. W. Wkathkrs, " " TudJ Cvmtli), Ay.
TUBHLEY & VEATHERS,
A'liotci ai" An lluli hiuQt Je Urmtir
Jrt) t?iirt attention 'nid to thr saliMif
ToImiiii, Itiri-tTHiK and l'iiriiidiiif Mer.
chiiiid'lH.' and rrixlu l'i'IuthIIv. Piuicd
Vniiiiiilhr rtiiiilid. Mako nil roiiiiriiiiit-iil
o TI' ItNI.KY WFATUKKS.
riB. W1T1IKIUS, Auitiourtr.
Nov. 22. IM7-1T.
SOxMETIlhNG NEW !
ROBINSON'S l'ATKXT REVOLV
ING lMIOTOURAPll ALlfl MS,
Just the Thing Long Needed!
Kotfclag More Appropriate Tor a Hol
iday or f nrlslniai Present,
fall nnd ciatiiine lliem at my Gallery,
Went sido cViuare, t'larksvillf. Tnn.
W. II. ARMSTRONG.
Nov. 29, '07 -If.
JOHN K. SMITH. J. F. SMITH.
JOHN' K. SMITH A SOX,
COTTON & TOBACCO FACTORS
0. 4 BK010 bTKKKT,
NKW YOHK CITY.
W. ('. SMiTII will a t nt our Agent in
tasking; advances on Cfnunnicnlt.
VOL. 3.--K0. 33.
firim - -
Comer .Main and Madison Streets.
K. B. Fonnim. Ihham O. IIaiiiiib.
Finn. P. WobcoTT. M. J. Wirxn.
fJo. Dijiok. O. V. Rambact.
O. L. Chapman. Mabtih Wait.
J AS, S WlLHINi. W. H. Dkiiiiick.
D. B. Dvswitv.
W. V. FORREST. President.
isniM ;. iiakkis. YIcp I'rrH't.
'il. -3. Wna. Trens. W. A Ooohmaji, Sec'y.
Tantj P. WnLdrrT. Am't Sit'jt.
C. U KIDDKM, Loral Aprjil,
April 3, 18C8-3m.
state Insurance company,
S a s h v i 1 1 e .
Well Trlcil and Reliable.
W. ,F. THIIMAK
OFFICE SiTonil Niitlonnl llnnk building
(Hint Untir), Uilli gvhliei U
C. II. JONES,
April 17, lim-it.
i:. C. HOAC1I,
Cotton and Tobacco Factor,
No. '28, Carondelet Street,
Not. 9, 1867 1y
TURNBULL, ZIEBT & CO.
Cotton and Tobacco Factors
ComiiilMMloii 3Iorliiin t H
No. !, i:nlon Street,
Mb. S. B. Skat, Airnit. will attund to nia
Wlntr advances on Produce coiisigui'd to tills
Si'pt. 14, 18C7-ly.
II. C. VKATMAN,
COTTOX Al) TOBICCO FACTO US,
1 CAliONDOI.KT ST., TI
Jun. 10, '08-If.
R. T. TORIAN.
Cotton and Tobacco factor,
CI CARONDOI.ET STUF.ET,
Bql.ilnTi.l ii (I r nine, on all consignments.
Jan. 17. 1808-Gm
NORTON, SLAICHTER & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION" MERCHANTS.
NO. 40, BROAD STREET,
JNO. T. KDJU'NDS, of H..ikinsville, Ky.,
will aml.t In l lii" Sales bf Tobacco.
Jun. 24, 18i8-lm
W. H. & D. M. DORRIS,
Stoves, Tinware, Castings,
Urates, and House Fur
Kverr dcmrlptlmi of Tinware
tnsde up in good ntyle.
ItOOEINU nnd (.ITTEUIXG promptl)
Qejr II. P. DORRIS will superintend tlie
work and talenroom.
Sept. tl. ItUH-tf
rOlMIHV WW II.UIIUI SHOP,
MAN IT FACTUUK
Planter's Prize Screws, Shingle
Machines, Sugar Mills,
Brass and Iron
IjnOMPT ATTENTlfiX UtVEN TO (HI.
den. for n-palr. on Ml.am Caalnea,
haw Mllla.anl ull kin.u ol Muiiiiei .
.liaea.a. JaJ..ma.f neully and
V 1 J. A. tlATF CO.
lny a, lss..
david r. iiadden & co.,
aoa rmejvT rjtjtr,
IreriiX)l, - - Tenn.
JPECIAL ATTEXTION OIVEN TO
coiiHlgnmenta of f'loar. Meal, Bacess,
Iard. Whlakfr, etc., etc
May 8, 1808-Smoa.
CHAS. G. SHANKLIN,
WHOLKIALI AND RKTAlb
April 17, 18U8-tr.
COrIH TO STAY!
M L. JOSLIN,
SaCdlC", BrltlLs, Harness, etc.,
(AT J. K. NKHLETT'M OLD STAND)
Fran illn St., llarksvllle, Tennessee.
Ihnvelnmtml iiormnncntlyln rinrkuvllle.
mid Intml to put up work that will
compart with any. Olvu me u !all and ex
amine stock ami piiii.
M. L. JOHLIN.
April 10, 1R68-Iy.
Country Merchants Supplied as
Cheaply as In Cincinnati or
COULTER & IIILLMAN, E
g Jobber, and dealer, in
1 DRY GOODS. !
j 0)T AXD SHOES; o'
HATS AXD CARPETIXCS, B.
Se Franklin Street,
CLARKSVILLE, TEXST. to
Don't fall to look at our Stock,
anyhow, before purchasing!
April 10, 1S8S. -
J. B. TAFSCOTT
Plans and jpeciBcutions of Dildpej fur
nished, atao of lluildinfrs and Ornamcnial
(irutiii'ls. Work of every dt'Srl ipilon ioii
necied with biiildinjf measurcil and cnli iilii.
led. Also. .Miinuliicuircrs' Afreut for Sieam
Kngincsnnd Macbinery of eveiy diDt riptiiin.
Iron Yeraiiilalis, Hailing, Marbelized Iron
Mantles. Orntea, Window Ciip, etc.. Terra
(Via Orniimenliil Work, Cliiniiiey Tiim, and
all kinds of lliiildini! Material, finished and
inifini-licd. eniliracedHn cariienlrrn work :
(laivaiiiied lion. Ciicr, Zinc, Tin, Slule
and i'iiiiiKisitinn Rooting
All business intrusted to me will be at
lended to promptly.
Ifrijr Oflii e. on East tide of Public Square.
Olarksville, T nn. Jan. 3. IBUH-tf
I. AV. 3IATT1LL,
DootN, Klioew, etc. ,
At the stand lately occupied n. rust-office,
I have a good assortment of Spring pnod..
which I aui selling .1 the lowest cash price
Mr. A. Sloan is salcmnn, and will be
pleased to wait upon bit Irtcndr and custom
ers, tail .nil see me.
D. W. MATTII.L,
Jan. 24, 18C8-tf
W. H, ARMSTRONG,
WEST SIDE PIBLIC SQl ARE,
March 1, 1 8U7-tf.
JAMES H. MALL0RY,
Ofllce with C. H. Junes, Public Square
Will sell every dewripiien of Property for
Adiliinintrators, hxeciiiors, Tius'.eca, Arnlf
and I'fivale Parties, either on the tireel, 'n
the Ciiy or tvunlry. lias mr.cli eiptrlcnce in
l)ry Goods Anciioncerlng.
Will give prompt ai'.enlioo .ml nuke. re.
tunable charges iu ', rase. Also,
Tobarro Aur'.'ionerr and tienrral
Agenl ror Karrlkun I Shelby,
CUiksvil'.e, Jan. 24, latin tim.
V. (. H"!IGIU.
S. r. WIUIIIIT
T7o llfyVl Q TI Ar "Wri rrVlf
I ftUJjUaU U ilgU t
CLAltKS VILLL TL
Highest market price paid for green and
March 2T, I8li8-ly.
OFSVBHV DKSC'fclrTlOX, KKATI.Y
prluMd sad tor ! .1 CinioMett Orrici.
David r. UADDKN.
From the LonlKvllleConrler.f
vcx.iouh ii. noma ax.
tMSCttlBBD TO HI. .DRVIVIRa COMB A DCS.
Search all hlntorlc annaU through,
I if Knglaml anil of Krunoa;
Wliat lii-aver elnettaln ever drew
A hlnile or olm-il a lalui'T
Not Hi.lney on Hie bliMHly tteld.
Ol'Xutplii-n' fatal IimIii,
A aplrit loftier rvHll,
Not llnvanl, xlaini) m knlgbt,
PiiwmwkI a nolili'r wnil than he,
Who lod Kiniucky'i clilval.y.
Jlor grief, nor Joy nhall evermore,
lliaiurb lilXKiillant hreaati
Anil now "ljile' Html fever o'er,"
win. i.. ,i.T-.... ,i... ju.i
a in iiiiiiik mioiiiu rea(.
Which hnlilii the KHcnil dimt
Of many ol lilti gallant ImiihI,
W lio Uoeuied tne cauae whh Innt
For wlimli thoy lmltl.il long and well.
or wliicl., like him, they nobly fell. ,
I.lke hrotliem rrntlnnilile hy side,
Muull he and Ilaiiaou alcep;
Two Vnliiitit NOKllein nue and tried,
Kor them no loiiKi'rwet'P,
O! you who wore tin'ir honored nnmea,
Now clad In widow.' weeda;
Tlii'ir niiinea foi-evermore am Fame'.:
Tlivir proud, heroic iIiimIh,
That now tohlntory lieloiiK,
bhall live in aioiy and In Kong.
Although nn in.nhlo column rlae,
Above the lieroe'a bed,
To murk: thu aMt where Morgan Ilea,
Among the honored dead;
Although nowulpiiired atone .ball tell,
'lh S. lunger ptiwlng by
The inourmul "lory how he fell,
IIih inline will never die;
For glory with a Jnnloua cure.
Hhall guard the hero', renting there.
Fomythe House, LouLvllle, Ky., April H,
. ,-mr. .
From the Xaxhvllle Claxetle. : ,
WII.I. OUR PKOI'LK Rl'STAIir A
1'BU) I HUt.
Yesterday we received through the
moils a notification from the publish
ers of the Press and Times by which
we are Informed that
No publication or . advertisement.
directed or rehulreif by law, is now
valid, unless It appears in the oftlcinl
i .'i,...f ti.. rm.i. t..i...i..
Joumuls of tlie etate.
xiiib iiiuiunew ,
citnncery sales, siienrt's sales, mar
shal's sales, constable's sales, trustee's
sales, and all tax sales, guardian no
nces ana settlements, executor or ail-
minister's notices county clerks no-'
tu'es hisfSnt T n tlcw non-reld?r?t
mcetlnKH rulr,,! inVharacters of cor- i
iioratlons, etc., etc. It Indeed includes
every notice required by law, antl
every publlcotion required by any
Court from that of a Justice to the
Supreme Court. Tlie law also covers
olTlciul capacity. The title ohtnined
to pniperty acquired at a sale illegally
advertised, when required by law to
be advertised, is of course worthless.
On this subject the remarks of the
Gallatin .xnmlner are as pertinent
as any we could indite:
If our. oeople If the white men.of
Tennessee, ore not wholly unmindful
of their interest and duties, they will
give an immediate and liberal sup
twrt to their newspaper presses. The
lladloal Legislature has done all In its
power to crush out Consevatlve po
llers, by forbiding the publication of
ull legal advertising in any except in
a few papers of their own stamp,
which haveclrctilatiou in the country,
except among their own "bummers
and earpet-lmg men." Its eltect has
been already to stop the issue of one
capital pniHT at inclietcr, and we
near of oiners wnicn wiiistispctiii un
less they are better barked by their
people. And It will Is? so all over tlie
State I'nless our white people oK-n
their purse, and give them a paying
Ve say to our people. In all erlous-
ness, that there is sreat danger to Hie
permanency of the Conservative press
in Tennessee, which con only lie
averted by their active support. If
tlie press Is worthy anything to a
people It is worthy of a liberal buck
We are sorry to notice that our far
mers iKdween Memphis and Grena
da, along the entire length of the
mud, tire planting cotton heavily; in
nici, irom t ne ears we coumsce Hard
ly anything else. This is quite In con
trust to tlie planters in this and the
surrounding counties, who have wise
ly planted, at least, enough grain to
nil their own demand. So lonrx as
our planters will lie deluded by the
cotton mania, that long will our
country remain In Its jajverty stricken
t'liiiuiiiuii. ii our people will not
leant from past experience then, iu
deed, are they lieyoud learning, ilijn
dreds of our best men lost fcrltine
last season by having entered 'heavily
Into the cotton planting speet'.iulion,
and we fear that a great number will
share the same fate thisyar? When
win our iuriners lear-.i that they
should first provide for themselves
Is-fore entering intosMfsulat Inn? We
cull their attention to last autumn.
1 hose who had cotton on hand had
to sell It early in the season, to obtain
the necessaries t,f life, at most ruluous
Jirlces as low, wt Udieve, as eijht
cents per thpjiiU. The moment that
I lie great uuI'a of the cotton got Into
uiu nuiiusot the speculators it com
menced rising. V p, up It went, until
InNeVf York It now biin-fs ti.i-tv-
threo cents. Our planters must learn
thM the less cotton they plant the
p. eater will lie the demand, and the
increase in price will more than pay
the dillerence, with the labor tliey
Pave In planting less of cotton,
they can raise enough of grain for
home consumption. Tlie elnuiwil
condition of the times has altered
every branch of business, and those
who have gone extensively into cot
ton planting, unless they have money
to holdout, will meet tlie fate of thosC
wlio, lust year, hud tosell fur eight
cents per pound. Q muia (Mi.)
Boqi'fts. The following may be
of interest to the ladles:
When voll rwclven IwMiuet snrlnk-lo
it lightly with fresh water; then put
It In a vessel containing aoaiMiids; this ly sold out to the bondholder. cm
will nutrify tho stem and keep tlie cinnati JCnquircr.
flowers as brigl it as new. Takethel
IsHiuet out i,f I he soils irrv iiii.riiliur I A Tinev Ulti'I I tt Is related, as
P1"' ,uv lt sideways (the stin k enter-
ing flrst) into ('lean w ater. Keep it
lucre a miiiiiieor two. llieh take It
out and sprinkle the flowers llirhtlv
'' l," w1"1 w,,,cr; replace it lit
the soup-suds, and it will 1.1. sun as
frcxh as theii nrst gathered. The
i;r niur iiuy. uy oirvlng thtis heanl the c)ltcuilon ivimlrtsi at oiicw : asriiw -- - th are Based at. and audly
nueaa rssiuei may be kept bright to the sisit. The durkey was on nisiticiau, ami - , ... . Pointed if they are not.
and beautiful for ut least i iiiinth. feet l,fL h..v Me ruiclieil him. I died recently in Canada. He wa-a '"- - - IP"""""
land will last still longer In a very with a bmad rln ovefBprdiny his. BrUiidler (iem ral in the Vn I am .l.nr to draw thl.
tsissnble stutel but attention of the r.,untenai... ""cm on hesald. artoy, an.l istore the war uriuiiwusi - "X n."V"-- . " ' . fcr.7 -oUl,g huPsaM
fair ereiUures, as dirm tod above, must . " dc don't want to g hurt, muM went Ui Umiu, wiier0 ue reuisjuoo , ..-. . - Muding at the nyioenlai alUr.
IbeoleHni'T a will iH-rieh, ikl'P ot d($ nigger't wyl" I in exUo nntU his death. Jj-arame ntiucr, superiauva mmusi .eiuuii..
FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1863'.-
m Le-A t'aatrsMi.
A correfipondent of tho Cincinnati
Enquirer contributes the two follow
ing anecdotes I
Two little Incidents In the history oyntry- Vou a. abused for not pub
of General Pi.im nf tha Fxini orn.' Iwhliig any news, and then tou are
and Cieiiernl Lee, of the Confederate,
very forcilily illustrates the (llfl'iTenco
ill the chnracter of the two men, one
of the Army of the Potomac, and the
ouiiT or tne Army or Northern vir-
glnla. Tlie story of the former wna
related by an attache of Gen. Pope.
and that of the latter hv a anrirmiii i A
. . t,,c 'i-"r uj .uoruoii i u
the Confederate army.
. t nue ueneral foil
K, a ttjred In a
gorgeous Milt of unift
fiin i ,. . ' V '
'orm, and With
" "u" 'V.
1 ' " I lie WM Ul lMIMeil .IIV a
mum muii uresseu in a plain suit or
" This Is General Pope, I believe,"
said tlie civilian. j
" Poi is my name sir," and after
castinir a hasl v nnd Imllirnntit irluiina !
at tlie stranger, whom he reirardMl aa
a country farmer come to ask some
"I wish to see General Pope on bus-
Iness " continued the el villa n.
"Goto my Adjutant," said General
Pope, turning on his heel, and regard-
ing the stranger with a haughty stare,
continued his walk. Tlie stranger
somewhat abashetl. buttatherlnirnew
cour.ige, again addressed himself to 08 rved into a decent fnmily
General Pjs,e. iirit issplcy. If you should take uo-
" My business is private, and I wish Jice, of eery eur enRppins t your
to" see General Pope alone." I !let'18 t,,e contrary, you would be a
" See my Atljutunt, sir," exclaimed "'"ekaunrd and an Idiot In the Imr
General Pope, In an authoritative ?,lln- Moreover you would soon be
tone, and turned indignantly away. fo" for wonns, for you would have a
Twice thwarted, tlie stranger enter-
ed the Adjutant General's offlee, and
addresHed a peremptory order to Gen-:
erai rope, reaulrimr Ills Immml nt
, Assistant Hec-
retary or War.
. 1 "if Zi ln"naerHtn,ck' an,i 86,11
Word l)V the All Utnnt. (Jenernl fliatho
, , - . , r .
would see him in fifteen minutes.
Tlie Assistant Secretary Immediate
ly sent another order, demanding his
presence forthwith ami P,u umn
l)ref"l' mmseir, with hat under his
arm- and ',u,e a" ap.hgy to the 8jc-
On the 30tl, of June 1W , ""ring!
..... . . - ..jv ....
...IV. tile Ml. IIIUIIICIII. llie llllM 1 V I
assault was being made on General
McClellan's position on Malvern Hill, i
a solitary horseman, some distance
from the aeen nt action im.i .ii--
IMI UllUltll'IlLI V lINLI'lliniT Til TIIO rtlUT
of ortlllery. This elevation had been "tatesmonshlp, we should profit by
seleetod by a surgeon of one of thelt'loexlerience of a country where,
corps fur a field hospital, and so terrl
nie was me connict at Malvern Hill,
that all the shade of the little prom
ontory was required for the comfort
of the wounded. One of the surgeons
approached the strantrer. whom lie
supposed to be only a citizen attracted
to tne spot to witness tlie battle, and
requested him in a rather hasr man-1
ner to move out of the way. I
" Certainly, gchtlemanj " replied
the stranger, " the wounded should be
kindly cared for," and shifted his po
In a very few minutes a courier
dashed up and enquired for General
" Here he Is, sir move quickly 1 "
The surgeon was thunderstruck, and
hastened to ollir apologies, which
General Ice readily accented, -m mint
ed his horse and galloped to the front.
Frotn the Dlack River (Ark.) Kiandnrd.
Practical Application r Radical
it is reported mat a gentleman, a
Democrat, living in the southern Hr
tiou of tills county, being desirous of
illustrating the beauties of lUilicnl-
lsm, and testing the sincerity of its
votaries nud advocates, invited a cer
tain Jtadicul to his house to stay over
night witlt him, and at the same time
invited a " man and brother" to pass
the night under his hospitable roof.
Ued-timo ar.-ivlinr. our Democratic
friend took a light and conducted the
brother " to the room and pointed
out the beil he was to occupy. Hoon
after, the Itudieal gentleman I) desir
ed to retire, and our menu also con
ductf d him to the same room, and in
formed him that he was to occupy the
" Who Is in that bed?" asked the
" Mr. ," was the answer.
" What 1 that nigger I " indignantly
exclaimed the Itudieal) "you don't
suppose I am going to sleep with him,
do you 7"
" I most certainly do," was the quiet
reply. " You voted to force this state
of aflairs upon me and my people,
and took und subscrilicd to an oath
that you would grant the negro every
'privilege and Immunity' enjoyed by
any other class of iktsohs, and (hro-
duclllg a six shooter) ba the KterntU
you shall curry out your policy so in
there with voul"
Mr. Itudieal. not liking the) close
Croximity of the pistol, got Into bed.
ut we don't think he staid there till
Til E (I keen back In8i'l4."-ThoNew
York Time thinks that the interest
in tlie Isiuded debt question Us pay
ment In arreenliacks Is subsiding In
the West. Therein it Is greatly mis
taken, j ust at present the subject of
the impeachment is more uiscusscu,
but thut does not prove that the bonds
have I veil forgotten or at all lost sight
of. Tlie Timet will soon have con
vincing evidence of that fact. No
measure was ever before so iMjpular
In the West as that of the payment
lof the Uindholder in the same cur
rency thut pays all other debts, and
thestoiipugeof annual drain of Inter
est which Is Impoverishing the coun
try. Tlds Pleasure is stronger than
any man iu tlie nation. Any organ
ization thut pluces llselfugulnst It will
be utterly crushed, und lis cundidates
Will lie iK iiten out of sight. If the
7Vmc. entertains the contrary Mcu, a
1 f..uv montlm will rllsnel its delusion
The people are not ready tobeellUrc
Ian amusing Incident, that a lad of a
darkey fell from the second Ntory of a
window, a distance oi iiiiecn reel,
liirhtlm with his bead on tlie flair
stone of m sidewalk,
Lynchburg, Va. O
was .hi vered, audit'
ill tne town oi
One of the flags
was supiswed tlie
Keveral M-rsons who
To be an editor. If you letevery
tltlng no u It happens, you are tf
wooden man. If you attempt to do
your duty, you art trying to rule tlia
wre abuwed when you do publish
tl,e new a. People will Uike oilenae If
you "wt'ee them in your paper, or if
yu don't so you never know wheth
f w ulLUl " . you pur-
Utl with him or not.
jr party demands the most Im-
nlufr!llll.n. nml nn nliw.tlrm Hm
when your prentice, which is yoUr all,
v. : . v . v.
' ".viuo-wiy or muiiosf iy
'"",1," ""m voiiujr, nu allows you
to lio lafeii tn Hon Mi
If v.. nniTtrn. " .,1lf l.
" ...... i.v .
w jiij. mu
cun't support one pHrty never so can-
didy' B"tl high mintletlly witliout
being denounced as all thut is mean
by, Jho otnVr-.
" 'ou admit that y
our political op-
ponenU are men, acting lixtm as sin
c',re Bn" eonsclentlous motives as
; your own. you are in the ina. ket for
""J'ers. That you can have other
;thon mercenary or eelAsh motive,
.veniiiyour prayer, Is scouted.
. J "ureditorlals are termed scurrllo.us
byVur enemies and tame by your
friellds- uu are not icod if your
Pper Isn't spicy, nnd your paper isn't
nfc,,u pn nmlu everv nour ,n tne aaSi
&ud an wl like attack at least
ol,,ce eve,y nlghU It is well for the
nn'i m uoviis m ucu laui
there is a gieat deal of us.
The Mixture t Races.
Agassix, in his lately published
work on Brazil, has the following on
the mixture of races: "Let anyone
who doubts the evil of this mixture
1 , .1 I
iiuiropy uowu uio or-
T.''n etween them, pome to Bunil.-
wfi.-h ' s Z l o
, , " , "I J
qualities of the white man, the negro
antl t,ie Indian, leaving a mongrel
nondescript type, deficient in physical
and mental eneriry. At a time when
" v.. . u v.. ..w ... v.
though slavery exists, there Is far
more liberality toward the free negro
than he has ever enjoyed in the L til
ted States. Let us learn the double
lesson; open all flic advantages of ed
ucation to the negro, and give him
every chnnceof success which culture
gives to the man who knows how to
use It; but respect the laws of nature,
and let all our dealings which the
black man tend to preserve, as far as
possible, the distinctness or ins nu
tional characteristics, and the In teg
rlty of our own."
From Latrobe'. "Sketche. of America."
The t'lrat IIMrnkwrti 4
In October. 1811. the arreotest event
of the Western country took place.
This was the com mencemen t ol'sten m-
liout navigation, r ulton'ssteamlioat,
called the "New Orleans," left Pitts
burgh at the aliove date, and late
at nisrht on the fourth day after
starting, she arrived at Louis
ville, having been but seventy hours
In descending over seven hundred
miles. The novel appearance of the
vessel, and the rapidity with which it
made Its pussage over the broad
reaches of tho river, excited a mix
ture of terror nnd surprise among
many of tlie settlers, whom the rumor
of such an Invention hud never
reached; and It is related thut on an
unexpected arrival of the boat before
Iioulsvllle, In tlie course of a fine
moonlight night, the extrmirdiniiry
sound which tilled theairas the Pent
up steam was suffered to escaH from
tha vol vps on rounding to, produced a
general alarm, and multitudes in the
town arose irom ineir issis w ascer
tain the cause. I have heard it said
that tho general Impression among
the Kehtucklans was, that a comet
had fallen into the Ohio.
CfRB FOK TtALn-HEAPKnNEHS.
Frederick Kemp writes from the sil
ver tnlnes of Montana tn the Herald
of Health, giving the following hint
in reference to a cure lor buid-neniieo-ncss:
"A friend of mine wlio hud the
misfortune lo he bald-headed, know
ing that there Is a wonderful Invigor
ating jmwer in tho sun's rays, last
spring threw away his hat, and
work .ii In the irulch all spring, sum
mer, and fall bareheaded, and also for
the nrst lew uays at miu-ouy. rur
few days the rays of tho hot sun on
his bead were almost unendurable;
after that time experienced no un
eiiKliieua whatever. The result was
that In the fall he had a good heud of
hair. And In this experiment nc wuf
not nlono severul of his acquaintan
ces who were bald-headed having fol
lowed the sume plan, they were oil
fortunate enough to experience the
same result." The editor adds that
aalinllur cuso once came under his
ownoliservutlon, nnd professes tohave
no doubt that "the exposure of tlie
skin to air and sunshine, under the
proiK-r circumstances, stimulates It to;
a healthy action, and witii it those
ghinds uikiii which the growth of the
CAVBE8 ANWCl ltE OK HOU ClIOI.K-
iia. A oirresiHiniknt of the Ixmls
vllle Courier gives the following as
his experience on the above subject :
"By examination of many earcas-
alter death 1 ltud they contain en
Incredible number of worms,
an Incredible nunils r of lice nil tlie,
Issly. Al'ler making this diMsivery i
I exirfiiiiieniisl us to how the lice und,
worm eould be exlvi iulotl i pri -
ist tune to prevent nu attack of chol -
!... 'Pin. liiw wereeusv to iliiv'e with
coal oil. And to kill the worms 1 1 gatherer follows a man in ins rumn,
steeped the bark eulled Jerusalem oak I sits at the isirtuls of the tomb, plants
in hot water until 1 made the liquor ! hlriidf by the side of the grave dig
very strong. I ilien mixed cornmeul ger, as he drop tlie clods upon the
and fed the hos, while Hi health,
which klllttd tlie win ins Ufore the
ulwieru was act, up In the system.
O.....M.. win im TI. I'ihuiM. Treasury Is to derive
""-- r..nu--. tu.ll. What a blssslnir laa nulillc debt ! JV. Inif In the streets, soeui
WHOLE NO. 451
Kla me, thnngh yon make believe
Klmnie, though I allium) know
You aro kimiug lo deceive
lt the tide a moment flow
Hack ward, ere It rise and break
And bear me down for pity', sake I
Give me of your flowers, one loaf I
live ine of your Miillea, one amlle;
Backward hold thin tide or grief
Just a liniment, though thu while
I Ahould feel, and nlinoat know.
You are Jesting wlih my wool
Whisper to me. sweet aid lo f'
Tell me havf you altand weave'
r.vHiii. about me, though I know
It I. only i, lake believer.
Juat a moment I hoiiyli 'tis plain
lou are trilling with iny piiln.
RTRIC1G EI JTU A LO.YC.'
The world opposes mmir nt'stt'anl'ea
to the ascending genius of man dis-cou.-Bgcinents
that either directly or
indirectly impede his progress or kill
tlie lelent he would display. Count
less are these obstacles, and all consid
ered, there Is hone, perilous, that so
discourages him as to be frlendless.
To know that in this brood world he
uus to struggle on unaided ny a single
filendly hand, is truly hard.
Ah I how bis heart bleeds at only
the thought fhttt he must strive
on, day after day.' from morfting to
night, unchecred b. the gentle voice
of love without a friirdreU heart tfl
which he can confide hfs loe. and
sorrows; witliout a loving word tii en
courage nun in tne nour or darkness!
How hard to him Is thii knowlege
that he takes no part in the world, its
society, its pleasure; that he lives
Wholly for and by himself: and. that
unknown, unloved, unwept, he
must pass from this earth to that
future state, without friendly hand or
voice to alleviate the pains of his last
hours! Alas I how many hearts In
youth'sj yful hour have been crushed
and .sent to early graves only from
this knowledge. Life, public and pri
vate. Ptcents us manv Instnnoeu
Who ha not heard the storv of Chat
teiton, the poet boy, wlio. being
friendless and weary, died by Ills own
lm.id at the age of eighteen I And
who knows what such a master
mind, matured by aw, nnd spurred
on by tlie voice of friendship: would
not some day have accomplished in
the field of literature I
Much, too, of dormant talont there
Iu ... I. 1 ..I. I 1 . I ... .
ii i-iii-uumeii, iiiiiiii one
duy dazzle the world with its gran
deur, and enlighten It In its highest
attainments. Ah! yes, the world loses
much by not extending the hand of
friendship to all; but he loses more
who receives It not as a helnalona the
nursed path of life. Well has Moore
"When friendships deenjr.
And from love'a alibiing circle
The Relit, drop away ;
When true heai-ta lie withered,
And foul ones are flown,
Oh t Who would Inhabit
This bleak world aloneT"
Ah I truly I sad Is the lot of him
who inhabits It alone.
('alda't act Ike Right Flop.
In the year 1843. dtirlmr the Miller.
lte excitement in the usually quiet
town of Durham, old Aunt Hally
H ," who weighed nigh on to two
hundred pounds, got up one evening
in the meeting, in the midst of a warm
season of exhortation, and said :
" Oh brethren and sisters, bless the
Lord I'll stMin get away from this
wicked world ; I am going to meet
the Lord in a few days. My faith is
powerful strong. Oh yes, powerful
strong it Is! Ho strong," continued
the old lady, extending her arms and
motioning them like a goose on the
wing, " that it does seem as if I could
fly away right now and meet the Lord
in the heavens t "
The minister. Who was as great an
enthusiast on "going up" as the old
lady, encouraged her very greatly by
" Try, sister, try ! Perhaps you can
fly, if your faith is strong enough."
" Well 1 can, " she exclaimed, " I
kmiw I can, and I will I"
Hhc was standing near a window
which was raised because of the op
pressive heut for it was sum men
With her handkerchief in one hand
and fan in the other, she mounted tlie
scut and thence to the top of the pew,
and gave a leup Into tlie air with A
flying motion of her arms, expecting
to ascend heavenward. Hut tlie law
of gravitation was too much for both
her fuitli and the gravity of the au
dience. Down she cuine With an enor
mous anil not very amteliu grunt.
shaking the whole house wiili tlie
concussion. (She anise, folded her
wings, nnd with great meekness
sneaked back Into her sea evidently
disappointed. The next evening
some of tlie young folks asked her:
"Aunt Hully, why didn't you fly
lost niirht when Vou tried so hard?"
"I couldn't get the right flop," was
tne mecK and conclusive reply.
PriKPKtA'Tr.'D KpITOltH. The New
York f.x)reH says; "iMlltor are
having hard times everywhere. They
fine them a dozen or so at a time iu
Fro nee, imprison them In Ireland,
bullet ttnd 'resolve them out of con
ventions In our Southern irloiiarChies,
assassinate them In Mexico, and
starve them in Hpuln."
To. Which the Nnshvlllo Jtnnner
adds : " The time for tin' sms'IuI pun
ishment to Tennessee Conservative
editors has arrived and dcvcloied It
self In tho shape of an official pro-
iiiiiffiirrleiitii whleh udVea all the
udvertising to editors engaged
j,, ,le business of radicalism and the
.iarv of itudieal ofllclals. Tbepuli-
ij,.f however, by this iliraiiireliieiit, Is
Iu short, not to nut tts fine a
on It, the public Is swindled.
Death Won't Have Vou. It has
liccfl dcciiUil that dylnir won't save
man or woinutt from the payment of
tuxes. Assessors ure instructed trim
"Incomes of icrsons who died after
aaul-Oitlie 81st of Deeemlier, are taxable,
and should m returneil by executors.
and also all Incomes which a."criuil
(u lhU7, to persons who died within
! tliut year. Incomes accruing after
1 decease should lie returned by heirs."
iTIius It is ws'll titat tlie iflsHflute tn-
mortal remains, and after dogging the
carriage of the mourners, stalk,
jiome like a .ss-tre, and enters upon
hi book the exiiected lliisiioo the?
" He rasas ( Ikaata.
'file words of my text, my hearer
you will find' in' Kings, iv chapter,
terse 8 " And he iiossed to Shunein."
, Take to heart the lesson our text
roaches atld when temptations try
you arid v lis lie In wait to ensnare
you, " puss on to Shtni'cni:"
i. When you see men of wrath fight-'
Ing and breaking hcadsnndstlf k, and
hear thenr ciuxlng atttl swearing
mind th wonls of the text and "pass
on to Shtnt'em ."
And oh! my hearers If vou should
come Into fine of our little towns ami
behold a row of nlcellttlo ofllcea with
signs on the door of euch and hear
talkltrg of Attachment without af
fections,' and sequestrations without
quiet eh ;' and seize yours and nev
er theirs ah,' nnd about eternally
goln-rto law uh; It will be to your
pront "and pass on tofshiin'em'."
And It you teo round where tna
merchants are ah and they rush
out to shake. hands with you, and
are especially anxious to learn thrf
condition- of your wife's health and
tne children's,- and the worms ana
tho crops, and ofl'cr to sell you a llttlo
bin or iroods a irtvat deal lower tharr
their cost on" account of their love fof
you0,' atid fbr cash ah "puss on to)
And If you shouhl happen to go to
fli Cosmopolitan' Corner 'ami see
men dvirrktitg beer that Will bTlnjf
therff to" thvlr Mer-atul glrr sllnw-s
that will sling down; the strofigo-t,
arrtt smashes that will smash a man's
fortune raster man commission meN
chants who advanced supplier on tne
last crop ah Oh, "pass on to Shun'
But oh, my hearers ! If tou should
go down to Nashville, that modorn
Sodpnr and; Oomorrah, where I have
been ah and when the gaslights
are flashing and glimmering, and the)
cabs reda hing along the streets
and obliging driver are ottering to
carry you whero only steamboat cap
tains anu tne nrst gentlemen go an
.nd the town is on a rip and a roar
ah ! and men in little holes are ready
to sell you tickets to go in and see UiJ
Ulaek Crook dance with nothing to
Wear -and make spectacles of them
selves ah oh, irJy friellds, "pass on
to nnuirem l"
And oh! if later In the evenlnsr.
with a very particular friend, you ko
un sUtirs Into most splendidly furnish
ed rooms ah and see the supper ta
ble spread witn deiicucies irom every
clime nnd country and teal ducks
and snipes and yaller legged pullet
and pheasants : and all that fish, flesh
and fowl can afford and champagno
and brandy and Burgundy and Cha
teau Lafme, older than Waterloo'
and nothing to tiiy and all free and
a nice gentleman witii rings on his
fingers, and a diamond breastpin,
playing with little spotted pastes
boards, and another turning a ma
chine and dropping in a little ball that
roils round and round and stops some
times on the eagle blrd arid of ener
don't :nnd when tho playi r i general-
ly put down more than they takeup
anil men sometimes win out. mosuy
don't ah oh) "puss on toShun'cm."
And in conclusion, my friends, whert
the world, the flesh and the devil
ah lie in Walt for you" pass on to
Shun'em 1 "
Value r Si af Ions I rnrrenejr aa Coat
pared wills 4ld u0lalloaa.
When gold is quoted nt $1 10, a pa
per dollar is wortli 1)1 cents nearly.
When gold Is quoted at $1 15, a pa-
per dollar is wortli 87 Cents.
When gold Is quoted at $1 20, a pa
per dollar Is worth 83 Cents.
When gold Is quoted at $1 25, a pa
per dollar is worth HO cents.
When gold Is quoted at $1 30, a pa
per dollar Is worth 77 cents.
When gold Is quoted at $1 85, a pa
per dollar Is worth 74 cents.
When gold is quoted at $1 40, a pa
per dollar Is wortli 71 centst
When gold Is quoted at $1 4", a pa'
per dollar Is worth 0'J eentsi
A WITTY PLAYER.
A celebrated coulodluri arranged
witii his green-gns'cr, tine Uorry, to
pay him quarterly ; but the Kreen
grcH'cr sent in his account long before"
the quarter was due. Tlie comedian,
in great wrath, culled upon thegreen
g riser, mid, laboring under tlie im
pression that his credit was doubted,
said: "I say, here's a pretty tmit,
Berry; you liuve sent In your 6iV
Berry; U-fdro It is due, Berry. Your1
father, tho elder, llerrvt would not
have been such a gonr, Berry ; but
j'ou ileed not look hack, Borrv,; for I
don't care uttraw. Berry ; and i .null
not pay you 'till Chrirtmaa, Berry.
Chicken CiioLF.ttA. A great
many chickens through the country
are dying with the cholera. We dJ
not know Unit any certain euro his
been fouitd tot the disease, but It is
said that t:ir water M ill prevent It.
Put tar tn the water trotiuli scatter
corn In It also and the chickens will
drink tlie water mure readily. Mr.
John Duncan tell us that he has not
hst a chicken In this wny since ho
adopted this treatment. Georgetown
AN Kngllsh paper
the line which divides a distinction
front a dlll'erehce. It says thut "a
little dld'ercnce livquenlly makes en
emies" while "a little distinction at
tracts hosts of friends to tlie person
on whom it is conferred,-"
Ilrulal and vuluar; a coward nnd knave)
Koinl of no neilon noble Or brave l
i tensity by liMiioei ) a drunkard and ol
I Klv and v oenoiiis: nn iiiiinklii'l u blot;
Thief ll irund wsiiiiidrei, In hluheat desree,
U-l VankMsloinlKiaai of Mich liin iM-aasilive,
Every woiiiun ami ehtlA almll, lor ugiia W
rteineuiUir the monster, thou vilest of
L'U It' Alio. F.. A. II.
Ot'H John says he heard a good
thing at a party 'th(V other night. A
Miss Joy was present, and in tl e
course oi' the evening some one u'd
the quotation 'A thing of beauty l
a Joy forever!' w lien she exclaimed,
'Oh, I'm glad I'm nut a tlilii'of
vauty, for I shtnildn'l like to be a Joy
A man courting a young woman
was lntcrn!ftsl by luf futlMjr u to
hUiM-ctHMitlof). 'lain aiti'rliaiig f
upon a large scale,1 lie replied. He
married the girl, and turned out to bo
Diiapeh, saysi "AnevildniUaif
prwiehing when it Itteoim reroa
niifd in W vwnmtmitif th'tt tSi out
rtnndard oj tovial dittinotion U
"Anyoti girls fltieil fof wives?''
queries usols-r exchange. " Are they
fitted for husband 7" retorts a young
MaKY beautiful women when walk-
very anury u
i Imau into