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as- Notice In local nml special colurns
Hrc linn urrs oi Mpeciui couiracl.
P. H. PORTER, Agent,
Wall I'll poi-,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, Ac
CLARKSVILLE, - - - TENNESSEE.
J 1 n AM. I'Al't.K and liOUUfcKSl of
tlio latest style.
April 17, Isns-tf.
DR C. L. WILCOX,
Accoucheur and Physician.
CPWIAL ATTENTION TO DIHEA8EH
O of wommi utid children. HIh extensive
practice for the last six years In tlilH partic
ular llraneh of Medicalse!, n.-c , has Induced
li I in to make II In future a Kpiclnlly .
nil won thu Public Hquuro, ri'iir room of
the old Hunk of Tennessee. Residence on
i olliKi' street. Dr. Holmes' now building,
I lorkavlllu, June 12, 'es-;tm.
lilt. .J. 31. XAKKIINH
may be found at bis office, 2d floor of the
Chronicle building, at all hours, unless pro
March 1, 187-tt
DR. H. M. ACIREE,
Office at bis new residence on Franklin
etreet, two doors Kost of the Episcopal
Church. Jan. 11, 1808-tf.
E. M. THOMAS,
Attorney at Law.
Offiff, over TIimiiiix, Jirlilrtt i To.'s
Oct, 25, 18(17-ly.
HORACE II. Ll'RTON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Will pruclico in the Courts of Dickson,
ten url and Montitoniery.
BM..OIlicc, on Strawberry Alley opposite
. Kb. 21, (iH-Cun
B. D. JOHNSON,
Attorney at Law,
Will priictiiti liolh in the Courts of Law mui
l'iiiily in the counties of Knheitrnm, Cheat
hum, Dii-kmii, Stewart mul Moiilgomery.
tMliie on .Strawberry Alley, Clurkevillo,
Attorney at Law.
( i'KH'K. IN HTHAWIIEKKY ALLEY.
SiH i'lal HlU'lilloii puiil to (he t'olli ctioii ol
Apill 10, IXUS tf.
A. V. Smith, drfu nf Smith $ Turtilni.
I). II. Hi'ivuiNus, late i' lhiti hinj J- (irmter
SMITH & 1IUTCHINGS,
Nov. H, ltiiT-ly.
SOAlliTllim WEW !
UORINSON'S PATKXT REV0LV-
INU lMIOTOURAPlI A LIU MS,
Oust the Thing Long Needed!
Nothing More Appropriate Tor n Hol
iday or t'lirlxtiiiu I'rcM'iit.
'.'nil and exiimiiie lliem at my (lullery,
Weil liilc Sipiure, Claikiville, T,-iin.
W. II. AI'.MSTKOMI.
Nov. ;n, t,7 tf.
LOOK AT THIS
AM) KN101 R.MiKHOMi; W0UK
M VVINi MKATKU IN I . It Ks 1 1 ,1 J ;
liw M.miiijiriurvr t' lird mnd Crwr
jm mniUHM lrMfa ittfnii tmr
I 44tt Htt ttuvr, mhH mil ktttri tf iitnu
HHtHMt d H 4iT Tm eV-
fi'v u t.uli in' tiKt t i n-'ivr your 01-
iIi-In ill lil n)imi iiii rtililliU'UY Ktivrl, in (
iIo.m it (in1 I oiituhy.
W. II. & D, M. DORRIS,
III Al KIIS IN
Stoves, T I n av a r e , Castings,
(rates, and House Fur
Kvrrv de rlption of 'I'liiviil-o
til l ,! b up in i:imh! sty ia.
K00HM; and (.ITTKItHti proinptl)
tiT II. T. DORRIS injieriutind the t
JOHN K. hMITll. J. r UMITII.
JOHN K. SMITH A. SOX,
COTTON & TOBACCO FACTORS
(itMirral (Oniiiilsslon Mrrrliants
0. ii IIR0V1I KTUKkT.
(iNF.W VOUU CITY,
W. C. SMlTU will uct iu uur Ai;eiit in
puking advan.'tn on toiiignnit nl'.
fi'b. 21, is. s-lv.
VOL. 3. ISO. 41.
J. B. TAPSCOTT
Plans and specifications of Budges fur
nished, also of Buildings anil Ornamental
Grounds. Work of every description con
nected with building measured ana calcula
ted. Also, Manufacturers' Agent for Steam
Engines and Machinery of every description,
iron vernnaiuis, nailing, Alarbehzed Iron
Monties, Urates, Window Cups, etc., Terra
Cotta Ornamental Work, OhlmneT Tons, and
all kinds of Building Material, finished and
unfinished, embraced In carpenters work j
Galvanized Iron, Copper, Zinc, Tin, Slate
ana composition Koonng.
All business intrusted to me will be at
tended to promptly.
PST Office, on East (id of Public Square.
III. m r . 1 - I
vutiiwviiic, ii nn. Jan. 3, IBtitt-tf
13. C ROACH,
Cotlon and Tobacco Factor,
Ko. '28, Carondclet Street,
Nov. 9, 18G7 )
TUENBULL, KIRBY & CO.
Cotton and Tobacco Factors
Ko. 9, Union Street,
Mb. S. H. Seat, Agent, will attend to ma
king advances on Traduce consigned to this
Sept. 14, 18G7-ly.
II. C. YKATMAN,
YEATIVIAIM 5c CO
16TT0X A TOBACCO FACTORS,
71 CAKOXDOr.ET ST., 71
Jan. 10, 'C8-tf.
R. T. TORIAN.
Cotton and Tobacco Factor,
C3 CAUOXDOI.ET STltEHT,
Beutiibcral advances on allcousignmenti.
J. 17, lHS-m .
N0UT0N, SLAIG1ITER & CO.,
(.ENEKAL COMMISSION MKUUIANTS.
NO. 40, UnOAI) STUEKT,
J.NO. T. KDMCNKS, of Hopkinsville, Ky.,
will assist in the Sales of Tobacco.
Jan. 21, lSGH-iiin
V. K. VAI'IIIIAM.
8. P. WRHillT
Vaughan & Wright
m MANUFACTURERS OF
Saddles and Harness,
Ilihi'Mt miirket price paid, fur green and
Mairh 27, 18C8-ly.
WHEELER & WILSON
HAVE JUST lliriCN
Awarded the Highest Pre
mium and only Gold
it tlie l'arln Exposition in France,
IIVLR i:ii;ilTV-TVO fOJU'ETlTORS !
fpllKY TOOK Til K KIKHT I'KF.MU'M,
I nlmi. ns lollows: Worl.Tn Klr. Iiiulon,
in TM..; I iimn r.x poMll Ion , I ii ist.i; uii t ll.
Htuli'H Kulrs; onro or ollcllrr III nil MmIi
l-'uirn nml M.'i-luiiiti I iikI it iiIi'n: nml lit thi
hlU'0M!lll llltlTlllltlOlllll 1'hIin of l.llIK,
KotiHrKliiiru, I in ill Ait, Auriiin, kivuin, liub
lin, SU'Uiii, t'Llouu mill ihiiiur.
It takes the l.ork Slltt h, Schh nitha
ltcroh lug Hook, I ses no Shuttle,
hm the li lilies t upoed, nnrt
Kr s, lleins, Fells, Rraldn
fords and Tucks In
the most beauti
3011,000 art tin mm At m4 told
" WAUHAXTK.l) TIIKLK YKAHH.
Old M.ii'Mins inVlusied and Improvoil.
Hriul tbeivw Itli one .U (id Himol.
t'nll uiul examlii", or nddresa
IV. 1 HOOD,
Kmiikliii Hi., I larkmllle, Trim,
May 1n.s ihu
JAMES II. MALL0RY,
Ha,'p u Jone, fultllc Square
AVIIlse'.l every desirinlion of Pioperty for
Adiniiilstrntnrs, Kiertitors, Trustees, Agent,
i" - !'riv", i'tu-a. "'. j
Dry Goods Auctlonmlng.
W ill give protiipt allriilluii tn.l nuke rcn
roiiuble i linrc. In all J. Alto,
Toliiino 4urtloncrr and brnrrnl
Agent for Harrison A siielb)
I'la.kjville, Jun. 'J I, HO Out,
DAVID K HADI1E.
DATID P. HADDEN & CO.,
aoa rtm btmbbt,
aiempliis, - - Tenn.
I OPECIAL ATTENTION
j consignment of Moor,
Lard, Whiskey, etc., eto.
May 8, 18(58-8 mm,
aid jiiniiE shop,
Planter's Prize Screws, Shingle
Machines, Sugar Mills,
Brass and Iron
TiHOMrT ATTENTION (iIVE TO On.
I dent for ropairs on Nlpnm Enirlnea,
nww JT..1IM, iiiiu ail K11HIH OI AlllClllllerV.
MmrhiHt MlmrktmllhiKg- neatly and
J. A. BATES A CO,
May 8, 188-ly.
COME TO STAY!
Saddles, Bridles, Harness, etc.,
(AT;j. . NKHLETT'8 01.D STAND)
Franklin St., I'larksvlllc, TcnncRsee.
Ih n ve 1 ocn tel permanently In f'lnrksvlllo,
iiikI Inti'iiil to mil. un work Hint will
compare w ith any. (ilvo me a cull anil ex
amine Mock ami prli i's.
. .'. . M- 1 JOHLIX.
April 10, lW18-ly.
W. H. ARMSTRONG,
AVEST SIDE PIBIIC SQUARE,
March 1, 1807-tf.
R. E. M'CULLOCH,
Jokbtr mn Mtlmil Jttmltr tm
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods,
K EEI'H CONSTANTLY ON HANI) A I.I,
ai tielus iii-ts-wuiry for a complete outfit for
men mid Isiyn. Tlio bulk of my stock is
and as reurnrdM style, workinnushin nml
prlco, is iiiiMi.rnitNil l.y any n nH
trkel. I will l.i pleiiM d ut nil tiiiii'sio
we my a Ii ikIk tin, I nnv w ho inav elianiK- to
glvi- me a call, mid w ill take gniat pleusure
in Khowing tlit'iu through thostHk.
All goods will bo sold at the very
Lowest Cnwli 1'rlcoHt
ami mo guiirauiocd to give salUfaction t
H. E. Mrt TLLOCIT.
May 1, ISCS-tf
CITY DRUG STORE.
ON FliANK I.IN KTItEET,
K' EEI'H. AT AM, TIM KM, A I. A HUE
and vin -led 11S.-.UI Urn-lit of
irresiiient or tlio t nlted Ktatox, nnd
I that, on our return hmne, we will In
All MniliVi'nAB Irani am Wnr-! ol,r coinimlcs In arms to unite
aii meaicineB Kepi are war (Wlth in vioUUna ,Ut.m uU t.amt!j,
rantod Fure and Fresh I
1 do not deem It timwrj to particular
ise articles, but the public w ill find sll they
tuny want, ut any time.
T PrttrittHmn Ittftlmtmt
(till under the sii.,rvlslon of Mr. I..
u-iMii'EK, w ho 1 well known at a uuviul
and accurate compounder of mcdl.-lni's.
Prescriptions flllid 'runiilly day or ulyltl.
Junes, ls-S if
For the Chronicle
Tlie Hnndajr ftrhool Ple-le on the
CLABKHVII.I.K, Te.xw., Jnly 8, 1S08.
Mersk.i. Editors: On Raturtluy, the 4th
liiHt., I was permitted to Join .with tlio
Presbyterian Hundny School in their Anni
versary Plo-Nbi, which took plaononQrlce's
oreek, twenty miles below Clarksvllle, on
tlie M., c. I B. It.
At 8 o'clock A. x. the procession of schol
am and teuchers was formed at the Prosby
terlan Church, from which place they
moved, at o'clock, to thu tU'pot, whare a
chartered train was In reaUliicaii io take
them to the selected spot.
Arriving nt Cumberland City at 9 o'clock
through the klndnmia of Col.Oro. Htnckor
we were guided to a cool and romantic
epot, close by the side of a gurgling spring,
where we put up swlnns, and gave way to
pleasure amidst children's games and
At 11 o'clock onr tnlcntol young towns
man, Mr. C. U. MrElroy, was lntrmlnced to
the audlenoe by the pastor, the Rev. O. D.
Dnvles, as orator of the day. For hnlf an
hour he addressed the listening throng in
an oration which for stylo, diction and
beantyof thought we have never heard ex
celled on an occasion of the kind. Bo much
plonsfld were the officers, teachers and
momliers of the school with the address,
that resolutions were unanimously passed
requesting a copy for publication, with a
further request that the Chronicle publish
About 1 o'clock dinner was announced
and such a dinner I It was fully worthy of
Buch appetites. Everything to "cheer the
Inner man" was set forth before the little
ones, who were flint helped, the teachers
wnitlng until they were fully served; After
dinner the swings and games were again re
sorted to, until 0 o'clock, when weall with.
drew from the soone of so much pleaanrnaj
feeling that it was a day long to be remom
bercdin years to come by many a young
warm heart. May their . lives bo ever us
full of pleasure and Joy osou that day.
Wo arrived at home at S o'clook. safo In
body and limb, thanklnt;, from the depths
oi our nenrts, our All-wise Maker, that un
der the shadow of His protecting whig, not
ono thing had oucurred during the day to
mar Its enjoyini-nt.
Huch celebnittons cannot but be benefi
cial, both to si-Jiohirs nnd tenchers, as well
as church members. They tend to arouse
the sleeping energies of those who have
never known how much good can be ac-
compUKUrd among theso little beings, If
Uod's people would only lalior with earnest
ellbrts to collect thorn together on the holy
HiOibath for religious instructions.
Mr. Uobt. Meek, Riiporinteiiileut of the
road, and his employees, In whose hands
so many little ones were placed, have the
(Hanks of the entire school for their kind
attentions and tlio careful running or the
train.. . "W."
General I.eensa ollege President.
Dr Buhy writes a,s follows to a pa
per In lifxington, Vu., in regard to
"Here It will be In place to relate
mat, on ray return rrom Jexington.
a frontlomitn in the ponrh expruKwa
tlio fear that General Liee's kiiulnew
of heart and his desire to enlarge tlie
eollego might, perhurw, make hfm too
k'lilent, and, iKtttxilily, lower the
scholastic Ktnndurd. To quiet, his
feare, I told him what had ticeii told
me a few days before by a clergyman
nuiding in Lexington.
"Oenerai Lee's ofllce," said lie, "is
no sinecure. His work taxes to tlio
utmost ills powerful constitution.
Ho registers In his mind not only tlie
face hut the name of each of tlie four
hundred nnd tun students. Nor Is
that all. Hecan tell you tho stand
ing of each student in the several
brunches which ho studies, nnd any
neglect of duty Is promptly punish-
"Punished!" I exclaimed.
"Yes," wild ho, "iu General Lee's
"How is that!" I inquired.
"Well, not lonir since n. vnlmrr
friend of mine who is in tlie college,
confessed to mo that ho had been,
as lie expressed it, 'hauled up' that
is, lie had received a mesnnge to the
ell'ect thatthel'residentdosired to see
him in his ollloe.
" 'Did General Leo lecture you?'
" 'No. indeed."
" 'Did lie scold yon?'
" 'Scold! I only wish he had. He
talked to mo so kindly that lie nearly
broke my heart, and you don't catch
mo In there again, 1 tell you.' "
"That is 'General Loo's way,' not
llko Stonewall Jackson's, hut quite
tiscflectual in eollego as was Jack
son's in tlie army. H wo add to this
personal supervision of each individ
ual student, tlio lalsir of correspon
dence (a great deal of which cannot
1st taken oil' his hands), nnd other
duties, .we may understand how it
is that tlio report, which went the
rounds of the papers a few months
ago, of tho General's fniling health,
should have gained credence. He
lias improved very much of late,
but docs not present that robust ap
pearand to which our eyes were ac
customed during tlio war."
PliATFOHM OFT1II! II0Y8 IN Rl.VK.
Tlie following is tlie platform of prin
ciples adopted by tho Convention of
Soldiers and sailors at New York:
Whereas, A national interchange
of views between tlie members of
this convention and delegates to tho
National Dcmocrutiu ('(invention
have fully con tinned us In our pre
viously entertained opinion of the pu
rity and patriotism of that 1mi.Iv, and
Hilly justifies tno helief that, ill tl
election 01 camiiiiates and the eon
structlou of n pluttnnu thu conven
tion will lie governed by the spirit of
1 uv ndnresi niiopieii ny tins liixly on
tho tltli Instant: therefore, relying
upon this belief, bo It
Ji'i n't'vcd. That we Will support its
nominations for President and Ybv
There is more truth than poetry in
tliat story alMiiitun army of women. I
'iirgani.el iu Paraguay to help lient
j back the Urailiftiis and tbeli elli-s.
At last accounts they were (hilling
daily, and already serving lu fnrtili-
cations, and in foraging purtlesund
w in king und preparing animunlti.in.
In every case, it Is suid, one woman
jdiM's well tho work of a man. The
iiuihIkt of women thus doing duty iu
, tno l araguuyan army uuiounts to
many thousands, and they yield the
laucu on liorselsick, throw the lasso,
or dig a diti h, as W ell us the muaiu-
FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1863.
kir WE OM.T KSfEW."
If wr know the woo nnd henrt-nehe,
Waiting for us dow n IIih road,
ir our Hi could Insto Ihu worm-wood.
If our barks could feel the load;
Would we waste to-day in wishing
Mr "I f tlmo lhlit ne'Pt can tie
Would we wall, In sueb impatience
or our ships to come from sua T
If knew the baby fingers
iTewed agninst the wlndow-pnno.
ould be cold and stiir to-lnoirow
r-cver trouble us niriiin !
Would the bright eyes of onr darling
, ' H'ch the frow n upon our browT
W ould the print of rosy flngera
ex us thou us they do now T
All, these little lco-eold fingers.
How they point our mtmorli-a liack.
To the hasty words and notions
Htrown nlongour hack want trnrkl
How these little hnmls remind us,
As In snowy grare thev Ho,
Iot to scatter thorns, but roses,
For our reaping by and by I
Bt.3?.V,Br" we n,,ver prize the mtisln
I 111 the sweet-voiced bird has flown :
iSf-ML"? """'-I'l slight the vloleU
i ill the lovely flowers nre gone ;
Htrniige tliHtsummerskius and sunshine
Never seem one-half so fair
Jw , n winter's snowy pinions
Hliake their white down in the alrl
Lips from which the seal of silence
I one but (mI can roll away,
ricver IiIomomioH in sunk i
A1 adorns tho nioiith to-duv:
AU','..w,,'t words tlint frelght'nnr
W 1th thnlv lw.Btir..l
Come to us In sweeU'r aecmita '
Through the portnls of the tomb.
Iet us gather tip the snnlienms
l.ylng all along our path ;
It ns keep the wheat nnd roses,
Touting out the tliorna and ehan!
. Ifl'.1 "r "weetest comfort
,,n.tno olnwlngs of to-ilnv
with a patient band removing
All the briars from our way.
THE MPTE DETECTIVE.
"No doors admitted, sir." snld f ho
lstrter to a gay assemblage, as n
young man and his dog appeared at
"You must leave him behind, If
you co in."
"Very well," said tho young man;
"stay about here Trineo till I come
And he Joined the crowd within.
15y andbv tlie vounir man wished
to refer to his watch, when, behold !
the valuable time-piece was gone.
He considered thecase a moment, and
then asuddciithoughtllashcd through
his mind. Ho, stepping out, ho whis
pered tho fact to tho porter, and
gained permission to take his dog In
for a minute or two.
"Look here, Prince," said he, "von
knowing dog, my watch is stolen."
and ho showdl him tho empty pock
et and cut chain. "Po voti under
stand, old fellow? In there, sir, is
tlie thief. You find it, my good dog
gie, and I'll got you a famous treat.
You understand, do you?"
Prince wagged his tail, andgavelils
master a very knowing and cute look,
and then the two, stole quietly into
the place. Quietly tho dumb detec
tive glided around ninontr thenoonlo.
smc'limr awav at this one's cont, nnd
that one's chain, until at last ho set
his teeth firmly into tho dat skirt of
a genteel looking man, and could not
be "Imken off.
Theyoungman quietly madeknown
the cms to the bystanders, who had
gnl'uerad around him, and had the
thief pocket duly searched. Six
other watches were found upon him,
which he had gathered up in the
course of the morning, and which tlie
rightful owners were glad to get their
Prin. e selected out his master's pro
perty in a twinkling, as that was all
he cured for, and gave It to him Joy
fully. It would have taken a very
keen policeman to do the work so
neatly and quickly, and nil agreed
.that lie merited as gistd a dinner as a
dog could have. A good beef bone
and a bowl of milk, however, abun
dantly satisfied all his wants, and
he wasjust as ready to do tlio same
favor over again.
Siirrr IIaisinu in Tennessee.
Could t lie resources of Tennessee be
well understood throughout tlie North
an imH tus would be given immigra
tion unit wottiii soon make nor the
rival of the Great Vost. Inquiries
are constantly being forwarded by
parties North, asking a variety of
questions. Homo ask whether we
have a good sheep country; whether
largo (locks could well bo horded; how
longa t iuie during the season it would
be necessary to house them; whether
there are many wolves; and whether
there are many of theiinproved breeds
of sheep in this State.
There is no Htntc in thoUnlon, per
haps, better adapted to sheep than
ours, and It is passing strange that so
few farmers keep tlicm. Our short
winter season, our boundless pastures,
and tlie scarcity of good sheep, render
the opening for sheep-raising la this
Statoall that could be desired. Save
In the wildest portions, there are no
wolves, and most of the wolf-scalps
upon which tlie State pnvs bounty are
Imports front Texas, livery induce
ment is presented sheep-ruisors here.
When fortunes have been made by
wooldoalers us far north as Michigan,
surely there is an opportunity for
lnoney-niaking in this section.
IS TMEIIE ANYTI11NO IN IT. The
locusts which hasvo omlo their n)i
liearance this scasiin, liavo tho letter
l.y lnniked upon
the end of
came with tho samo significant I
al. In 1S17 they had tlio letter Pon
the end of each wing the samo in
1834, and In 1851 tlie letter W again.
Now as the letter W is tbcluitial let
ter of war and tho letter P tho initial
letter of peace, the question is, Is
there anything in it? There are
mally persons who have tho belief that
tluel. ltt rs no the winm of thiwelo-
nejcust, convey n meaning a warning.
Arainri in. it llii'lii.t i-..v.Iiit Ion. II. i
locusts were sent as a curse, or plague;
on Pluiraoh. If theletter W oil their
wings signify war, and P peace, then dccliiratUms against repudiation and
we will, soniettme between this and equal taxation, and by asserting so-1
18R3, have another struggle of sonie;"('',u'10 "r the soldiers' and sail lorn' ,
kind, l itlier foreign or doincbtic,
'T'lrir' fion.i.il r..i..el rt IIia 0iftiii.
...... -i.ii .. ". "i i..v -
some remarkable filctsconceriiing tho!
grow lli and exteutof Odd Fellow'shhi ;
in r.ngiand. I no I'liliy liuniis'red,
on the 1st of January last, 417,4J
member, an liicreiiMii of 12.'Ju0durliig
the year, of whom thirty-iier cent.
were young men under twenty-one
years of age. The revenues of the so-
ciety exciedcd lialfa million sterling,
nnd f I, mo,0Oii hud been added tutlioj
acculiiuliitcd capital, w hlch amount-
ed to (lie enormous sum of Iinki.issi.
1 One million dollars had Is-cn distrlb-1
luted for sick relief, and $3-ln,s)0 for
funeral etctiensea. The amount of
'good accoiiiiilihhed hv such an organ-
iatton Is Incalculable, and the skill
and aldlily shown in iidiniuistering
iiaaUairs are j-crourkahlo.
Chester Unity" of Odd Fellows bus : national credit, and linptndlng Im
lust been niilillshod. and nresi-iits ! "ilgrat ion by overburdening labor
THE t.MTEO STATES.
Tlio IntolHc-onco from tho Unlt.o-1
Htatcs i.4 rx'ully (lilrt.lntf. Morolly
tifukinf. liotlilnir con Iw worm tlinn
the oonditlon of onlnlon thoro. a
voto of the finite on tho matter of
nfl,.,i..i i.. i ,.....' . . .
nl,l..l I 1 nl I- I ' l. . I
a mere .I V v v .r ; "
h..p1;oneUt,.aiHa,,polntmeni t.ie irn
Itenciiers tney who gnvo It are de
nounced as traitors. It is jtossihlo,
that, under similar circumstance.
try. H in tho fin s tr ft ' "
. - . , "
mlln.iiu. I I i ..i "V.
their votos-thnt is r. rtUV, I ,. . "
upon an impeachment Is really ajury.
1 HO 1 lltef Justice is tlio tlireetlmr
judge, he has to explain tlio law and
io leave to me jury to Mty whether
the facts proved establish the guilt of
the accused according to tlie law he
has laid down. Mr. Sumner, not con
tent with the several Instances dur-
mi? ute into trial lnwiilclia mcrcunr-
ty vjvte loverralotl the legal decision of
rCndVf JSt 1n dlrw to frt-
ter and to frighten thejurymen on an
Impeachment trial from giving a din-
scientlous verdict. And this is sought
to le done In a country which Is con
, . . . . 'l
stantly parading ltsvlf to tho world as
tho first in political knowledge, hon
esty, and liberty! Certainly, if such
a Istast is true, tlio world is In a very
oackward state. Hut we venture to
assert that tho United States, which
sprang from Kngland, and, like
Minerva emerging from the head of
Jupiter, came into political life well
versed in the ways of freedom, are
now going back for hundredsof years,
disowning the matured and experi
enced wisdom which they enjoyed in
ngnt of their illustrious birth, and
.,.t. .1 , . . ... '
.up wiin loose nan and BtupiilZ practi
ees which we English in our early
political youth had pratlced, but
winch, as we grew up in years and
wisdom, we had utterly rejected and
condemned. In former times ajury
that did not give a verdict acceptable
to the reigning powers suffered im-
prisomnut and fine. Englishmen
broke through this practice of bad
government, nnd, In civil cases, insis
ted that the jurymen should he free;
but that if the judges really thought
Injustice had Is-en done, thev should
y. - ' ; ' :
nave inc power oi correcting it iiy or
dering a new trial before a different
Jury. In criminal cases Interference
with the Jury waa absolutely forbid
den, through the remedy Ibr what
was conceived to be an erroneous ver
dictnamely, a new trial could not
be had. Mr. Sumner deslrea -that
modern America should go back
to times of our lonir-dlsusod feu
dalities, substituting, indeed, a King
Mob and Mob la w for a King and the
xiooi,, . xnis iriiiru ti, llieoid,
disused, nnd condemned practice
would lie discrdlitalilo and mischiev
ous. What mob law is every one
knows in tills country by reading:
what it Is in America the city of
i nsiiuiffioti seems io nave Known ny
experience within a few days since.
We print in another column' tlio ac
count of scenes in Washington which
not only cover the Republicans there
with disgrace, but which must have
the effect all over the civilized world
of "bringing into hatred and con
tempt" a system of government that
can tolerate for a dav such batiiaritien.
Tlie outrages we have referred to were
directed against the citizens of Wash
ington, who were suspected of a de
sign to elect a particular mayor. For
these disgraceful scenes Mr. Humner
and his eo-workers nre responsible.
The person Forney referred to In the
account can be but tho retlex of that
distinguished legislator who would
put down, in any way and bv any
means freedom of opinion, sutl'ering
none but his own fancies to have un
checked career. Universal sulfrage
can no longer bo deemed identical
with ireo voting, when the suffrages
are to lie prevented or over-ruled by a
mob of drunken savages, brought
from all parts to imtimldate the real
elector, or to punish him by arson and
murder for having dared to exercise
the power which tho law boastfully
pretends to give him, tlie power of
We fear that the United Rtates have
a terrible ordeal to go through Iteforo
thev will settle down into a country
which by government and gisid order
will do honour to free institutions,
and realv secitro tho himiihicsu hv .-
curing the liberty (not tho license) of I
il... ..ill..., m ii. ;r. ;,vi ...,.;.... i
The following is a mere outline of
tho udmirnblo speech of Gov. Sey
mour, on taking ids seat as President
of tho Convention:
fd'EECII OF THE CIIARMAX.
Mr. Sevmntir nroeeedisl t.i Dm ulnt.
form amid loud and continued cheer
ing nnd said in brief that lie returned
thanks, ami counseled moderation,
toleration and harmony. Hcsald the
n,"Ml important : questions were forced
"l"'". tho consideration
of this Con-
veiilion. iHoino of these had been
forced upon It by the resolutions of
jot (invent loil discussed
"i "jo ejuii.iicaii platronn.
cused that party of violating
I. . i a.
ng Its own .
W idows lllldorpliails. HeilccUHed the
.,.; i , I'""'" nous-,nacessary to meet the July counons "" J,. rs"''i .ZK); to JutieSO.
KMftW''i com.ithecrdlit of Tennesmxi was in ih . "th Dtarlct-Dcllolencleito June
tbobann r I JLt,w JJfK "-ature In tion where its bonds were in demand ao. w- to Juno 30, met), $),.
L ? roiKwed law. Mr. for investment, and the credit r 'Itnl, laon .
wholinaapi tr'kw ' the State MakliipntrthertvedlHtTk5fogranif
tho Jr,rbi f y advancing with tho total of W-t.M
the world a sort of editor of the works i markets of New York nJ -
ougJhfttrm&Hnd w" therefore ings tat,rK Wai That KrHT?-lW. . fr,
Xe firr i T"r O'lvornor Ilrownb, v M,'b "0.io, has three times
tne rormsor law, and to insist on tho'niui tin. 'I'pon.,-... ...i..i... IV. vl nHrirri ti,n a. n. ... -.. i.i ......
mn.1 nnrf.u.l r. ..m t..i . v..".o-i ,u mills) HIO JPW . ",v
rvin.1 ""muui oi opinion, sun- ork agent of tho State to withhold
Jectinno way to anything but tho the Interest. This i disastir to Ti.a
rules of settled law, is theman to do- Htnte credit Instead of mZ thoaol!
now doniinnnt party of cxtiavagaiit(eoui lo of merchants with w lioid bo
wasto of public inonies, destroying luul fnrgotUn, in the hilrrv of depar-,
nil credit, and Impending Im-
'lll taxation, and breaking the guar-
""tees of Republican liberty. He("'riKily loll" gentlemnii, inilulgisl
" " uur urwi -niu mu jvi-puou-.
can i onvention tiiai tno principle-,
f the Declaration of lndeiieinli iice
"ro h(tw sacrod on every Inch of
American soil, for In ten States of the
Union military power hud suppressed
Hie civil law.
GovtTiior Seymour closed amid
An Irishman, a short tlmo In
tills country, was i-nting lsiilisl gns-n
corn. A tier-cat trig on nil iiiec.u u lie
passed the cob buck to the lady who
sat ui me head oi me innie, saying, ,
'Would y.ui plase if so kind us to put
jyune more Lean. on the rthlck?'
it 1 1 1 1 i ii in. a ihi
Irlljiineliilts liuinoy artk-lo of tlio 1st
riiodi-fnult if tho 8(itte of Tonnes-'
soo urMin tho Itttertwt luo July 1, lms
a ! vBn wrS . n
" 011 street not .t nil ooninllnion nrv
" I ?
"!i . Ht.to, which h,S,
for dSeZ, "T
hitermit sfaiO.isK) wits ondHslt nt the
Fouith National ltank, an equal sum'
was in the hands of theagents of the
1 J"" "stitntlon had agreed
iJ lenu 11
M - T. i" I'lOIUO
I'l r5 .': W1? Vlressin or their
. - .. ,.,, 11, T
miiHjuoiinnt on tno misrortunes of
llieir State are lanrolv iinhmtitwi
with its railroads, and liave probably
been interested in speculationsagainst
the credit of tho Htato. When the
Legislature meets, short work will lie
made of this question. Tho Ixind
holders need have no fear of tho re-
it r i... ,.i t .u. i .
and shoV,m not se 11 eli-UmUlnu
panic, created wliolly to toy tend
cheap. Tlio Fourth National llank
has in this afiUli shown n 11 Lri ,ni
lev i..w,.V.1 L 'l. " ' . 1 ,1' Y.Z
- 'tT . iLiiiiunniv. ttlllt lllin IIIIIIH
all tlint could have been
a financial agent.
Cures fob Hydrophobia Wo
cut from our exchanges the following
remedies for hydrophobia, which
may be worth bearing in mind at the
Ono remedy Is ns follows: Horse
radish grated and mixed with a little
vinegar and sweet oil to form a puste.
Eat of this all that can be swallowed
and kept on the stomach; Repeat
mc t-umiij iiuu renew uio poultice as
often as necessary, to keep up the
stimulating etreet of the horse radish,
until the spasms are relieved and the
Anouier is: Take immediately
warm vinegar or tepid water, wash
the wound therewith, and then dry
it; then pour niton the wound a few
drops of hydrochloric nclil, because of
the saliva, by which means the latter
Another receipt Is: Mix ono pound
of common salt in a quart of water,
then batho with and squeeze tlio
wound with the same one hour, then
bind a little more salt on the wound
for twelve hours. The author of this
receipt "was bitten six times by mad
dogs, and always cured hit self with
the above mixture, and otters to suffer
himself to be bitten by any mad dog
in order to convince mankind that
what he offered was a real truth, to
which numbers could testify."
From tho Memphis Avalanche, Sd.l
AIV(:f Tl'lt T.H OF A II1N1R U ED
..ksiini i K uriiiK Kit :.!.
JtlE. M 1IEI II 11.
How One or the "Troly Loll" slwlnd-
ira me ..overmnoiii ns well as
The following annenred in a Mem
phis Radical newsiianer concern rt
day or two since. Asa specimen of
pure, unadulterated, soul-search iinr.
sky-rending, rip-staving, forest-lift
ing, whirlwind-squelching lying, It
hus few equals in this or any other
"Major Wrlsmnn, formerly Assistant, Ad
jutant (ti'iiiiral of Ihu Keeoml lilvlslonof
the I'-oiirteeiitli Army I'orps of the Army
of Hie Coiutierhuiil, nilbil upon us to-dny.
lie has been IIvImk at lli-rmiiido, Mlsslssiji
iiI.iiihI for some tlmoiii'tliurus lniusl Stab's
('ommlssloner. Kln.llnit himself In con
stant peril of hisltfolioiii Ihu reluls, Tor tlie
exercise of I lie simplest l'llils of n clllxen,
he has concluded to leave for ttod's coun
try. Thu Major at the oM.nlnir of tho war
was a stroim I'cnne Iteniocmt, Inn the rebels
have converted him Into a thorough judi
cal.' We happen to know sohietblna of ,
this "Major" Wclsman. Homo
months since heboid a ii.witl.iii In t he
Freedmen's llureau, at Hernando.
It coming to light that he had swin
dled the Government, a tile of soldiers
was sent from Vlekshurg to arrest
and take him to headquarters. Tlie
scoundrel ism was proved, hut the con
tents of Wclsman's carpet-bag failed
to yield anything with which to force
restitution. After Isdng kept lu pris
on awhile he was dishonorably dis
missed from tho service; and ordered
to leavo. Ho returned toHcrnado,
and ids ability to furnish evidenceof
being a thief increased his uopuhuitv
among the "trooly loll" of Mia t lati
tude. His disouiil ideations tor car
pet-bag memliership of the Misslssl-
ii Legislature neing nintoultleil. lie
Ki'oino a randidate, aud couimeiieed j
courting the negroes as vigorously ns
no una swindled mom netore.
short time prior to the election, he
started to Senatobla to speak, but,
learning that two men there bin
threatened to "whale'1 hint fur swlild
ling them, he returned, announced
ms withdrawal Hum the canvass,
and his determination to uct in future
with the Democracy.
Ijist MondnV night, nlmut twelve
o'clock, he filled a wagon with every
thing of value he jmisscssisI that could
Lo crow ded lntolt, stealthily left nor
arriving at Horn Lake before
tlie in. lining train round
tion. ami the "Maior''aiid bis "nlun-
.. . j .
der" were Itrought to the city. Early
that iiioruing the news spread
through Heritiinilo t!
whose promises tochai
from Radicalism were
nge the negroes
I ll'fllll KlLlllfllllNlll Ull't Mil ll'I.Mll III fi.n
i.uhlic minil. hull HlMimiiliiliili.il A
ture, to, settle attached the rciifain-
lug elliets, and ascoro or (woof oilier,
lx rsolis. siiriilarl n i i I.ii.UihI hv this '
nssiessiy in ngiirauve language oe-.
, cause they didn't discover his begird !
in time. I
Weisnmn's first thoiigbt on arriving
here was to rush to one of the Kudu al
oigans and open bis budget of lies f.,r
, tlie Northern consumption. "God's
.country" is wehsuito to all "sich." I
Guam's name, given tohltri by bis
hljrhly icspeetablo parents, was 111-
ram. Rut when the youngster ar-'
rived at me years or supixismi discre-
lion, lie discovered that Ihrtm of old
had given aid and cnuinrt tome
Jews, and he therefore repudiated the
,r,Hu - .
The Cost of Reconstruction.
An important doe.umontls the com-"
mnnlcation from the Paymaster Gen
eral sent to Congress on tho 24th ult.,
by tlie Secretary of War, submitting
an estimate of tho amount' rvqulred
to meet deficiencies' In the appropria
tions for the execution of thu ''recou-
strution" acts in the five military dis-'
tricts) of tlie Hbuth lor tho remainder
of tho fiscal year, ending June 30,
18(18. Front this document Mre quote
In' the Frst District.- deficiency'
Amount required for holding elee-.
tion upon the rejection or adoption of
the Constitution, mid for the registra
tion of voters prior to such election.
or llieadhiinlstrntioii of Justice bv
military commtsMn, to December 1.
ImSH,. ia,fsjO. Total,- ',I3,000. .
I n the Hedind District tho deficien
cies are r7,8UH 25:roqutrdl to Juno
30, lHti!; ?at,0(H. Total, $l.-il,i81i-t.
Third District Totul nsiuirod r
Jtrite Wl.lSflH.'!lori 000.-
fourth District LTficlotirles to
intnc Mouse. It is time the matter
should be h Hiked Into:
I'T mi . 1... U 1 . . I ' l '
I n i'iv.k mo itTiimuiiy oi
oiiu-en, in lllgll Misnion UOU1 Of II IO
ITnitod Htutmnnd Confederate troops
that the proposition' was rrtttsle by tho
( Jonfederate Government to pay three
timiMn IIia iirifio Ivi'ipoltt m.lf..t. u..l
..... ..... ,-..v. ... ',t,. , ,,,,,l .ll'l V'-
i hncct,, tor miilicines for our soldiers
at Andersonvillo and other Southern
prisons, that those mcdicliVes should
be put under charge of Federal sur
geons, nnd being by them taken iit
person to tho ditterent Kouthern pris
ons, and used and distributed to and
for tlie use of Union prisoners alone:
this offer was mnde by the so-Tailed
Confederate Government through
tlie prmier officers to tho proper onV
cers oritur Government,- and was
communicated by these latter officers
to the proper heads of our Govern
ment, and that no response or atten
tion was paid to tno propositum, al
though our soldiers were dvirnrin
those prisons for want of medicine,
:nnd the Confederate Government In
formed the pTiisrolIlceTsof this Gov
ernment or tho fact in connection
with tlio proiAisitloii. lean provo
that these propositions were received
by our oTIlcors when transmitted to
tlio proper authorities, and that they
never received any response,"
ffcALAWAtiH Not WantiM. Tho
following advertisement appears in
the Augusta Constitutionalist of Fri
A Card. No native "scalawags"
or their money are wanted In my
store from this dute. Negroes anil
Eastern men are excusable, even It
they uro in some cases in opposition
to the people of tho South: but u na
tive that turns traitor to his country
oughtuot to be tolerated by law-abid-ingpeoiilo.
Respect ful fy, Ac,
W. J. FAKR.
Augusta, Ga., June 25, ISflH.
Captain Frank Manney, who
was recently killed In a New Orleans
restaurant, waa a sou of Judge Man
ney, of Nashville. He received the
appointment of cadet at West Point,
and resigned his commission In 1800.
when ho proceeded to Europe, ami
acted as a volunteer on tho staff of1
Garibaldi during the Italian rcl tell ion.
During the late war in this country,
he joined tho Confederate armv au.i
served as Cuptain of artillery, acting
gallantly throughout the struggle.
Thh frightful morality of the ChN
nese coolies imported into Cuba til
supply the deficiency of tlie negro la
Istrers, and tlio liorors connected with
the trofile, long ago Induced both
our government and that of Kngland
to forbid their citiaens engaging in It.
The humauity of this action is vlndU
cated by the recent statlstUw, which
show that of 00,019 men embarked at
Mae.oa between the years I8,ril and
1800, only 78,8:18 arrived at their desti
nation; and of 60.8-14 of these, onlv
30,87 2 remained aiivo at the end of
The "Senior Editor" of the Knox-i
vlllo Whig, referring to tlio attach'
ments levied upon funds In New York
to pay the July Interest on tlio State
"Wo Utile Ve this to lie a regular
conspiracy by New York parties, stock
jobbers and swindlers, and If the Leg-
Isl t tiro of Tennessee will take onr'
advice they will withdraw the entlru
patronage of the State from that
Paying the Niilioiiul debt Is slow1
business. The totul debt June 1st,
I8fl.rt after the done of tho war, wan
l?2,(U,'i)a)5,7o.l. The last Confedorate
army surrendered In May, 1H05, and
we have for three years been engaged
In paying olf this vast debt. On tho
first ofJuuo 1808, tho debt of tho
United States was 2,l-lS,7&;l,oO(l, as
stutcd by Secretary McCullocli. In
stead of having Is-cn diminished, thrf
debt lias lieen increased, during tlld
post three years, 8,-17,8 1 ;t
The new Ficcdmen's Kureail bill
extending the linreau one year, with
a provision that It sliull be discontin
ued in any State, as soon as admitted
to representation in Congress, unless
the Secretary of War otherwise di
recto, having passed both Houses of
I'ongroNH, hus Ih-i ii sent to the Presi
dent. He is not expected to sign It,
but may allow it to bcuouio a law1
without his signature.
Hie New i ork Ttlltitn writhe
over the Oregon news U'causo It is a
diet HO-kuilo thrust In, -eli-nr to tho
t's rilw. "Tha
in with delight
IcopiM - rheads will scream
'and call it "tlie first gun' of thecurn-
i..f... ... .... .. . . -.. "
I""K"i says ureely, "t ea, verily.
J uixtian siiot, Jtavo you beard
from Oregon ?
A Cl'IIU Vim Puki'miisi a TnVsii
handful of slipis-ry elm bark, put it
In a plti her, pour hot water on it w
as to mnkeagood muclluge; then potir'
in gstd iiihIiishcs, making It very
swiM't and give ill d.mos at bilr'Kls.
Keen it up for two days ami tho pa'
iienv n nt Krt wen.
A Natloiml Convention of YVnrk-
Ingmeii is culled, to be hdd In New
York on the second duy of July, to
;ik Into t'oiihlderatloii what ooifrsel
h"H 1 pursued by titeiil in the up-
prMichlng s.llticul campnlgrt.
Tiikv are doings heavy business lrt
the divorce line id St. Isiuls. Nolens
than ton married couph's received dc-
' irAm .II-..WM. .... , i.u q.l.l ..II ll.u,,
. . n ... mil rivvi. iit t in .t kkmu
them were gran led to Injuricd
wles, whiuie truant bunl.sn.U would
not 1st eonieoied and happy at