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Inale biniliUat anythlns ouUl.la of till
A.lvrrilwn-. for a " h"."!.",-
iuirhriy ; iui
cluirui-il for. . . .. , .ni
Iktiililr-coimnn mmmni "
bo chariest one-tliim more tlmn regular
A- Km) N..II.M... Obituaries, or nnr
tidier mntler;nlervlng private lutorest,
will iw clinrKiHl firr. i
Notlcw. III local nl special column
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P. H. PORTER, Agent,
( , DKAIjKB' IN .i i
-Vnll Paper, 1
IrOlSE FURNISHING GOODS, Ac
CLARKSVILLE, - - TENNESSEE,
VI .1 1,1. r A I'KR Bad BKIV.H of
April 17, iu-ii.
DR C. L. WILCOX,
Accoucheur and Physician.
CjnV'IAT. ATTESTIOW TO DIHKAHKft
f of women ami ehllUreu. His extensive
orai-l Us) trot Hie '""l l years In tills piirtle
tilur Hninoh M Metltcal nulviiut), hit Induced
linn tomiika It In future a mieciiilty.
iiilliw on ilia I'nlilln Hiiiirv, roar room of
1ln-1. Id Bunk of TcnnnwHi. ltlili'iii' on
XJollnunatmtt, ltr. Holmes' now bulkllng.
' I'liirkavllle, J una 12, 't-3in. ,
DR. H. M. ACXEE,
0Hca at hii ntw refiJence on Franklin
(trot, two Uoors East of tha E.iroml
Cliurch. jjiin. ii, louo-xi.
E. M. THOMAS,
Attorney at Law.
OfTlff, on Stmwliorry Alley,
CLARKSVILLE, - TENN.
Oct, 23, 18CMy.
J. O. ROBINS,
Attorney at Law.
mr I IFFICKOX HTR A WIIKUHY A I.l.KY
S.rcliil nllimllun jiuhl to lliu colluvtlon of
April 10, lH lf.
A. V. Smith, Into of Hinltl. ATurnley.
II. H. il i Ti-ii iNU,lntf 1 1 uti-li I J. ( Irlntor
1. W. Weaiiikhs, Into of Tinnity A
SMITH & IIUTCHINOSr
Nov. 8, 1HU7-Iy.
W. H. & D. M. DORRIS,
Stoves, Tinware, Castings,
Grates, ami Honsc Fur
Enry iWwripliou of Tln-wilftJ
binde up In pootf stylo.
HOOH Mi mid (ilTTtUlSti phuupily
tT II. P. OollUtS will tujwrlntonJ tbfe
vork nnu KiXlciTufun
8v.t. o, lauT-ir
JOHN K. .SMITH. J. F. SMITH
JOHN K. SMITH A. SON,
COTTON & TOBACCO FACTORS
(cncral CoiumlNKlon Merchants
NO. 41 IIK(MI) KTItKKT,
NUW OUK CITY.
1Y. ('. PMl'I'U will net Mour Agvul lu
dink. ii nilviinrra ou cuiiiuguuii'uUk
lb. 31, lH8 ly.
KAI.I. HESHInN F TttM fSfSTI
I Hilton ImuIiih on llu Till ol KopU-mlH-r
t'l lmnry U piinnniit '
ri.'IMiii.ii.rjr " -ii Bt
ti.llt KK.tu " aw
MllKlC f.' AN
I Nit ol llll I ll.lli'l.l A im
In in ll h in I (lirm in, riif li 'Ji. ii
linx'k iiiul IjiIIm in ihi
Kl.III-.llMU WI HI
Wi.slihi, ur iti.y.cu.., v W
Mau n ill:. linn lit' 11 .
.H IS. II W l-T, flt-M't.
Cliuk lilt', July m I, 'iii. If.
1.00K AT THIS
AND EM 01 'It AUK HOME WORK
it win'i 1 1 x'ati'ii in f i mnv
Mii.ntfuft.rri r ol riM IWil mu4 im
itrp frlNC. S'ri-tlM HilcmHirt, Mrt
A.m, Wrmlimr, U 'IniImm Nlfra, N.Mfc
mn4 tlttori, mm4 mil klmim it Hmnt
hmilltlmr, HU.1-HK itT TO ma.
it KM, oil III I'l' 'l'.l'l I" nwlvii vulir m
.li'ixul li im uliup .it. 1'iiiiiioi'ii-c Hirci-i, iiv Jk i
rinor li. I l.i I'l'iiinlry,
.May '-'-', ' Mil.
Coal Tar and Coke I
lor Sale at Hie ti lS WORKS,
lurIMvlUS - - 'ritii.
April 17, 11 !'
FAUM Foil RII K.
ON SATritl'W. I '.Til tlKt-KVTl'MHKH.
HI I",' oVliM'U, on I l.i prrinli'H, I wiiImi'II
ai iiiH iiiiii Hie 1 1 hi I i I biii.l n ln'i I Iii' In
inu ul 1. 1 u 1 1 iiiiu-. i.,M I Ii-.mi oi i Itfci-k 1 1 It.
1 111 I'lllitl l O. imllllll'v loi';l,., w II llll-
Mi.viil, hii ai-i i-H il Inn, I t-U iiic I, mol
rl wbli ll I. lu rlox .-r n.iiI hi. II U n i'oinI
IiiImii'.. iin. I li lii'Ml lal in ;u,, liu mi tjil'iiu
iluiil aiipply of u nit.
n. it Pi Pi i;y.
A ui; -I. Vv Jw.
VOL. "J.-N0. 48.
,J. B. TAPSCOTT
Tlani and tpecificatiom of Itildgrt fur
nished, also bf Buildings and Ornammtnl
Uroundi. Work of avcry dmriptiou con
nected with bullilinn measured and cnlculn-
teu. ' Alto, Mnnufacturcn Agent fur Steam
r.nginea and Machinery or every description,
Iron Vcrandnlis, Kiiilinir, Marbellzed Iron
Mantles, Urates, Window Caps, etc., Terra
Lotta Ornamental worr, utilmwy Toj, and
all kinds of Iluilding Material, finished and
untinUbed, embraced in carpenters work :
UalTaniaei) Iron, Copper, Zinc. Tin. Slate
anil composition uoomitf.
All business Intrusi'.-a to me will be at
tended to promptly. "
Kjytlfllcn, on East side of Tuhlic Square.
uinrksvuie, Tcnn. ian. 3, lHtid-ir
E. C. IIOACII,
Cotton and Tobacco Factor,
Jio. S8j Carondctrt Street, '
. . . . NEW ORLEANS.
No. 9, 18Ct ly
. .TUBiJBULL, KIEBY & CO.
Cotton and Tobacco Factors
Xo. 9, Unlofi Street,
i NEW ORLEANS.
M. P. B. BrA't, Agent, will attend to ma.
king advnuoas on Produce consigned to this
Sept. 14, 1807-ly.
it. c. Vkatmah,
Nush rillc, Tcnn.
YE AT MAW & GO
CTT0 AD TOBACCO FACTORS,
ComiiiisMlon jIcvolinnt h
fl CAUONOOLET ST,
Jan. 10, '08-tf.
V. I. VAIUIIAN.
a. r. wukiiit
Vaughan & Wright
Saddles : and Harness,
CLA RA'S YILLE, TEXNESSEE.
If lirhcst nuirkut prica tviil for ereeb rtud
SfttrrU 27, 1B08-Iy.
WHEELER & WILSON
II AVIS Jl'KT liKKN
Awarded the Highest Pre
mium and only Gold
At tii6 l'nrl Kvpiislllon In Franco,
hykr nnirv-Two COMPETITURS!
'IHIKY TllOK TIIK I'iltKT rnftMIUM,
1 iKii.i.n iiilii.wi: WorM'n Knir, Iiiinlon,
In IM,'.'; I 'in is Kr"i'-llli'li,l ! Hr H ; u 1 1 liilli'.l
Slul.'H l'nlri.t oiii'M nr olli'ii r Ht nil Htiil.i
mm nun ..i.i'..ifii.(T iiint .1 ..ill; ill... M . in
l'tlri.i'iin liiti'rtiiilli.iuil t'liIrN of l.lne,
Koi.lKKburii, ItiiiUif, Aarnin. Kri'lim, l'llll
IIm, Mli Illn, I'.iloui.u n till W Islilnr.
It bikes the Lock Stitch, Sews with o
Kf rolling Hook.lKCs no Shuttle,
lias the hlgheM fcperu, and
Sena, llcnm, Fells Urn I tin
(orils pud Turks In
I bo most bcniitl
yOO, OOO Hart bttn mail, mmd wl'4 i
ir-WAItlt AXTKII TllltKK YEAltS. 6a
Obi Mnrblnoi, ii.IJuhIihI nml liuprnViHl
Mt'inl tlii'ii w llh nnu Alulul HmmiI;
a- Miicliluea rttlleroil niid lustiiKtliifi
full uud exnnilne, nr lultlrc Ma
IN. V. HOOD,
Frnftkliii Ht., ( liirkvlllo, Tcnu
May 21, luait-ew
O F , , V 1 I i H V I IIC
' V. AltKHTIIJ- M Klsil AM. KfSf
V) of Hrit4t MvtkmtrmttBt mmd LifM
hprimf MVom.4i1 I ht iimct nirtiVt'l Oil
IkIi, wh li'h v f iti mnl MUjirnoi Ui uuy Hung
KIIIU HI IIIIH 1IIIU Kt'I.
Wi iiw thi' lMf nmt'i'i'n? V-trltniHn.
nlilii. ttii! Miut'iinl tl isiiui ttiii. lull nml
Kt'C ilN-i'Ol Ul'l' 4'j t 4IMillHl'f mnl Tlltltl l H.
tIAKKU A lii U.
Jnv 'tw tr.
ICE CREAM SALOON.
1UION A VIV IIAVK M UTOHK A
t bum' iift.l iu li d iinM.i liui nl ol
roiiA'ttlorierlcs, Notions, etc.
Tln Iiiimi nllm li.'il a WJA.'JIl!,-! Ihi'lr
lijlh.-bH fit ..nil lm il:u illi III llu' U'l
AnkiTM iii iin V ..si .iliry mi' uvi!!iil in
tin nihil i-lil.iliii'ri. .villi i'vt'1 ili-M'i , i lt.t it ill"
I'AKf Mini llliKAIl, ol Ihl' Irt-M illi.llly. I'm'.
lies ui.it i.'ilil!iii fN7.p:V'1 nt .bitii n.tl.'i.
'I'l.i'v b.ivc air.'.l up hurt' mnl Hiy-int
.. VU.V, Iu i.' Hi,' A.Wr.W rtmm will
In' ilii.rii-i 4 In nil wlin iin il,liiiiu rally
mm ii till In ii'i'liM'k nt nlm.'
n;iV I'.inii'i-l liitn i-lrM, I a li. , Pri'nil nml Ire
t'reuni Hi tin' bel -call mnl Iry lltriii,
I.KiON' .t fcf.T.
. I'riuikliii nt.
May , lstt
LtB 10 It 8VLF,'
IIIIH It I 1 1 It K 1 IT A SM All. Tit (T
or i,ni,l in iniii'ii i N,i. i, I'liiii iiniiiK 'ji .'
in'r.'- iiImuii tin hit. .'Ii'iicil nml In t-iilii-viiilnii,
lltv lil.iiit'i' in lliitl'.'t. Tt i-i..!' .'ii-y.
: Apply IO Mi, i:. A. II MVIICII,
lit ai '!HM Htlon. Tvlin.
1 July :i, G "im,
FOCSDRY ASD MitHISE SHOP,
Planter's Prize Screws, Bhuiglc
Jlachlncs, Sugar Mills,
Brass and Iron
!Xi- Castings, iui''
1BOMIT ATTENTION OIVKN TO OR.
1 tlim for rtituiirs on HtenirA KiiirliiM.
haw afllln, nml alt klmlx or lm lilm r) .
! auuwnuiauf , neatly nml
J, A. UATEH A CO.
Muy 8. 1808-U-. ;
Saddles, Bridles, Harness, cte.,
( (AT'J. J. MKBI.KTT'8 0I.b"8TASI)
Franklin St., I'larkiVllle, Tennessee.
T llflVA lrwntol iuwmnii.nltp In rf n .b.t.l 11a
I anil Inti nii to nut no work Hint will
cinnpiira wltliany. Uive me a call uud cz-
e.miueaioi'K nnu prlPi'D,
uen pet uuuy,
M. Xu JOBLIX.
April 10, 1808-ly.
I W. H. ARMSTRONG,
! WEST SIDE Pl'BLirJ SQUARE,
Mnrch I, 1867-tf. .
R. E. M'CULLOCH,
Johbtr mm Mttmtl MUmltr in
. . AND
Gentlemen's FurniBliing Goods,
KkF.I'H l1lXfTANTI.Y ON IIAXI) AM,
lullrluH in rrHxury fur n ii)liiilclu outfit for
nu n ami lioys. Tliu bulk of my stork la
nnrt an rpunnln ntylo. workmnnsblp nml
pi i iuiniirMNNni y miy an inia
iiiark.-l. 1 will l i.li'iwil in. nil 1 1 men lu
ui-.. in y IViiinU mnl niiy who niny cliimri to
tilvp no" a ml I, mill will tnki uri;nl pluiiKUru
III HIIUWIIIK IlK'lll UirOllKll tllUMtlH'k.
sWA:i goods will bo sold nt tiie very
Itvoistt Cnmli Prh'oti !
anil aro Riuirnntiinl to giro Rntisructlon 1
&I1U W t'lll t'l .
R. K. .If rl ri.I.O II.
Mny 1, 18fiS-tf
CITY DRUG STORE.
ON FUANKLIN HTRKKT,
KKErs. AT AM, TI.MK8, A I.AIUiK
und vurkd aawirtiui'iil of
All iledicmes kept are War
ranted Pure and Fre6h I
1 ilo not ilrnin It mwnMiry to pni'tirulnr-
Uv uilii'li'H, but t lie iii1iUt will It lid till tbay
muy want, ut i.) IIiiio.
TM frttHmllmm ItffimHMtut
(..flit nmtwr Ilia nirvii.iiii of Mr. I It.
('(Mil'KIt, who Ui'll anon ii u iifnriWul
nml mviinitii coiiipouiiili'r of iiirilii'lui'it,
I'liwilplloiu II 1 It'U promptly iluy or ulglit.
Juuu i, l)U-lf
M. c. pitmAn & CO.,
TY mrrKXT AND LATH AUriT
1 1 II. tun to our Klis k w e linvv It uitiiln a t il
HuVinlr Hawaii t oar anntla miller nil tiie
n'lvmilaiHit hi i. 'iui Ina 1 itsli liiiyfr t.i m-,.
ottl'Miia .no' lti.'ii'lii iht iH'i.fflt ol our low
; ,rl.t. wlili'li will enable I lulu lg" fifi.li
Clulhiiiit nml' Furuisbiiig Cuotli
for a miiiill aiuiiiiiit of moiu y.
Mr. 1. A. I.aI'ii t UK la Willi u, wbo liken
hi in. 1 1 bl li u in l.
M. f. PITMAN A CO.
June j, V-tf
CLARKSVILLE, TENN., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER I, 1863.
tiiriti from ttin MMech at roraylh,
Tlio following Js ari extract from
speech recently dollvercd at Foroyth,
Ou., by the Hon. Bon. II. Hill:
In his opinion the evils
which threaten' tlio Country are in
finltcly greater tlmn any ever presen
ted le fore. ConNtittitioiml Govern
ment la on trial. I thought the peo
ple committed an error when they
Mecedod from the Union. I never
thought it crime; for they had a
right to accede. Hut I did think they
colnmltred themselves to lieulijugn
ted. Three mouths from to-dav will
nettle whether we uliull have a free
government. The question was not
who shall vote, but whether we sliidl
Jiave a free government. Tills is the
atnke. I shall consider the election
of Clrant and Colfux the end of writ
ten constitutions. Shall we avert
this calamity? Tooplo say 1 am
hard that I use liiiih lunirunce in
dealirig with the political questions of
mo nay ; inn tell tnem 1 am not
hard enough. If I had tlte power I
would penotrate the rhinocerfs. hides
of sohte people. Many 1K?ople a year
ago , accepted the 'constitutional
amenumentfl and reconstruction
measures of the radical Congress in
despair, and thinking it was the best
thing we could do. He had nothing
to suy against them. He differed
with thefu now, but he invited them
all to abandon the idea and come
The speaker now entered into
ii itmg iiiimumiion oi ine political ai-
fairs of the State of Georgia. There
was a class, he said, called relief men.
Hewassorrvfor them. He was for
a .11 I . . . i .
some measure or roller nimscir, a
measure which would do justic
alike to both debtor, fetid creditor.
lint it was the swindle and theswind-
.v.. iii ui. Auuuui.iiiuimuuuii which
he would denounce. The friimers of
Inw In II.A A 1 , ....... . ' .1 , , .
that instrument put the relief clause
in that instrument for the deliberate
purpose of swindling the people, and
intended from the start CnnirrcHH
should strike it out. Honest men
vuieuior u, against wnom no noa
nothing to say, but he had an ifiex -
pressible contempt for those who had
lerpetratel the fraud. I hate the
1111,11 U-Il,t Cltl'lmll A,l ..nil Hl.A
who assembled at Atlanta in conven-
( lOll WITH It mitliu.pnl.lu snl nf ...,.-.
und thieves. AsstKin as their constl-
tion went to "Washington relief WiMjlJoln"Bl'Icnistoyouii(ittoglveway
srtcken out. Tliey did not strike it out emotions of anger and resentment;
uccauseitwas unconstitutional, but,
tiecause some of those debts were owed
North. You ounlit to hute those ras
cals. Facing tho black portion of the
audience, he said: They say the
Democrats, and especially myself, are
especially severe upon the black peo
ple. But he believed that the white
people of this country were under
every obligation to protect the black
lieopio. '1 ney want your votes to put
them in power, and after thevret
your voles they won't euro one ifg for
you. Why do they say all sliull vote?
Aro they sincere In this? In the
very law which gave you tho right to
tlMiusaiul wliite men Hi Georgia, ret'-reby you necomplish great twuils
voie, inev toot it away rrom twenty
count note noitt omoe, yet lie was
bom, reared, aud etlucated here. Yet
he hail never advocated secession.
Why do they want to include you
und exclude twenty thousand intelli
gent winto men iixun the elective
franchise the Inst and the wisest
men in the State? It was becuuso if
they were allowed to vo!6 mid hold
carpet-baggers would be cut
those ollices. But whcn-iU'lt"t
everand wherever the nuostiiiii of ix
towing me right to vote upon your
race had been presented in a Northern
(State it was voted down by from ten
tlio neoiile of
niiniii. no would impress ono more
fact Ukiii the colored people. You
know that no government can hist
here unless it is sanctioned bv tho
people. Insteud tif following the ud-
vlceor men you have lived with all
V'lllir llv'U' Vf.ll f,.l I. I tl... ... !.!.. ..4'
I' " i"'i".'l I. IV llll IVU UI
ittlecai pet-buggers who came down
here for the i impose of getting into
olliee and stealing. The member of
iie iiCgisinture rrom this county had
lieen sent home to tell vou iiot tn
come to this meeting becuuso they
Knew ne woum nctni rcaiul tell them
they were a set of thieves uud rogues.
Ho wus in favor of reillemhei inirthe
colored men hereafter who acted with
us now. Again to the front audience:
Tlioso niisernhle native rf-rieirmles
whom tiod had made white by mis
take, those thieves and rogues and
when 1 cull them that I will prove
it knew then-construction measure
were unconstitutional. They con
ceived these mcasure,s fitr the purpose
of making the Koulherh Stales radi
cal. But Meade has told them, and
it is the only truth bu ever know
Meade to tell, that (leorgia would go
Democratic by thirty thousand. In
view of this fact they arc trying to
lake the rllit to vote for President
mint the (leopleainl give it to tho
legislature. Thev are woiklmr fur
desjiotisni. They are Just such men
ns spring up in every coin mini wealth.
iioiiie, wrcccj', in.liu, und England
had t hem. TheBible speultsof tlnm:
"The wicked ahotinil on every hund,
and the vilest rule." These men are
fiilse to theh ow irriu e. Thev will dn.
celvo and dcmorallxe your society.
isut there Is one reinui k he wished the
people tn ponder well "I hutethem."
It is a t'lii i-tiiin duly to hate them.
No mini will ever get to hiiveu uff
he hates them. I hate their dis
honesty. Your wives your properly,
nor anything you have cuu bo safe
w hile these eiiiH t-liiiggers lire prow l
ing through the eouiniy. They are
mrntng l.siso the vilest demons of
passionsnniongyoii. i)ur homes will
no longer lie safe unless tlio progress
of radicalism is stayed. I'tilesn this
IsstopiH'dno tongue iun tell what will
lietheeonseqtieui'es. 1 eau see revolu
tion coining Hiid mi wnt, bintr when
society will licgln to dissolve. Men
wlu vateh can aeetho nympUina
which foretell the dtstiuri.or.s of a
overnmeut. A dUtiuuiiislu! divine
mil told lihu the other ilnv Hint, lltn
stnfHlnnl of morality had gone back
three centuries. Vou huve limt your
r!sieet for law and horror for riliiie.
You are losing yourhutred for Inhpil
ty and your respect for Virtue, ls.k
ut the ulHiii)inuUe thing miw now in
session at Alliuitii. Them aro' pcnl
tentlury eouvicta In It. There i ono
inillll lH.it lilt'il llll tl h Mliitntmr bu
Iballtit-box. 'Ilmt indes'cri liable vll -
.lain HulluTt had the imllot-Uix ofoue
'ii.unt.V sent Imck and stinted mi a to'
('.utilise iiieieHini. ieii tne, my (Mini-
! tryinen, t uui are we cniuing to w Inn
to hfty thousand. But If thev iret the
power, they will take this riulit away I u'?! I,,.m't r..tnV
li-om black and white alike, in all the . 11 M
Southern Htates. Tln v huv.. nlr.'n,lu l,u. '"' VU won
tiiL-,.i. ii, ..i.ri.t i.. ,...i..... ft....r. executed: that vou w
" " ' ...w i,u ... It ,1 II V 11. .1.11
' ncgrnes ami convicts uiv our Jeep
tors. The constitution which created
that Legislature- was dofeutod by thir
ty thousand majority. ..When, I tell
tnese stubuuru tacts some of you say,
"Oh, Ben. Hill is too hard' Look
at your Governor, llu umd fn iui a!
decent man; butbe Joined thesoroguesl
i.'U UUCVU, lor SeiI-IrLtMlLlllll.
lll... I .
", ., ' il. . f Ultteer,
i. .r "l ,t "vemor nus oeen put
III tlio mnrlral ft . f u.l.. 12.. ... e
in Uio market for sale. But , sonio of
iiieso oarifitina fuilutl. . If vonr fniii,.r-
had heard the charges of bargain and
vi i ujiuuii against puouo men of tuclr
day whAt a storm of indignation it
although untrue, came well nigh
ruining Henry Clay I have saiJl
did not intend to recognize Bullock as
Governor and I do not. He Is not the
legal Governor of the State. Coun
tries nave ai way loht their liberties
UY corrupt men in hli'h nlunoH.. Vim
are witliln three moutlia of an uleo-
tion which will finally disrunt. this
country unless the radical party is de
feated.. An intelligent gentlemen had
saidto blini How are you going to
get rkl of these radicals? Well. It is
; r; to a, 3ht "V M 1,1 "
. Twhaft VliTht n i" m
,iutv to stand hv ri it! u hi
tiie nrst duty of a good citizens todo-
i. ll u ulnaeoond to
ty to determine never to noi.n. raii.
calisin, never agree with it, and never
compromiseit, but light It forever. We
mustfightit rrovideucewill notbelp
those who do not help themselves.
xio nere auuueu to men who are try
1 ng get office from BuUock. We sliould
never recognize him or his Iirlsl.
ture. He never intended to recognize
.ii r,i 7 J , , ' "? " ,
"'""'f1"1"- He here related
"1 A?0gS h .S? cha8ed
omsllecP- Aa soon as the dogs saw
the men ouminsr thev tunkit tl.uir
tails and ran. Let Heymour and
Blair be electetl, Governor Jenkins
return 10 aiinedgeville and proclaim
iiuuseii meiawtui uovernorof Oeor
' i 14 j ,t., , iT ; ,
if, ft. a"?,h;,lwouAditUck thu,r
eOOI A TOT HE.'
The Democratic Central Executive
Committee of Texas have ruiblishnd
an address to the people of that State
ifr(,m wh,0,, wo ..J, . -,. , i '
. . vvi vtv . w a w i, a a
Nver. in all our troubles, have we
ocen cnueii upon, as now, to forbear,
'!'', Jy1'' to the forms of law, not-
1 W ' t UStlllUUllSr tllC' IllUl il lll W Hill L'H Allll
i outrab. J!. very consideration dear
but bear with munlv fortitinI tlio
evils that press upon us.
We invoke you, citizens, to prevent
any conflict between the people aud
the authorities that now rule over u.t
If the military forces como amongst
you to hiake arrest, do not resist.
b'ubnilt to their authority even though
you may believe they ure but the in
struments which the Ilatlical party
uses to drive you to extremity. Tho
soldiers do not uet of their own will,
but execute orders which they are
bound to obey.
Citizens, ft Is manly, it is noble
n tid generous, it Is an uct of the pure
est patriotism, to etlduro evils when
fur iliu common irooo.
It is the purpose of tho Radicals
to force you into tlio jh wit ion of ag
gressors if they can to force a couilict
between you and the military. On
the accomplishment of this depends
ineir success In the I'residential elec
tion ami their continuance in power.
Citizens, defeat them! In the
I ""I"0.' n11 ) people of Texas,
theni 1 In the liunio of our
women and chlldreu, who have suf
fered so much, defeat them I Bo not
driven into even Apparent wrong.
This reign of terror will soon lie en
ded, if we are but wise and true to tho
you are law-a bid-
Id have tho laws
otlld hnve rl'lit
ud just ice extended to ever man.
Continue to keep the ponce. Permit
no violence. Counsel with ono an
other; nnd determine thnt you w ill
not. under any circumstance, through
which bruve ine.i can live, engage In
orcoiinteuanceany violence. Ix'ttl'0
lUHiicuisainuder submit even to the
most ublt'ary nrrests by the military
If such aro made. Tho end ia near.
The night of oppression is passing.
Tlio new day is almost upon us. Be
iiaticnt in these adverse times, and
brave to enduro when wrongs come
Foi henr towards tho neeroes, Thrv
are Ignorant and misled by llcmiish
iviinicuis, io aecompiisu nau ana soi
iish purimspN. Time will reveal to
them that the Southern people arc
their liest friends, and will extend to
to them protection of person' and pro
perty. Halt for rMk Tree.
Downing, in his valuable work on
Fruits und l'Vult trees, aneaka of the
application of salt to pencil trees as a
very euectuul agent lor tne destruc
tion of the" pctvuVwprm. He. says;
"In a hcighliorhnod where the pcach
worni usually destroys one-half the
(teach trees, we have seen them pn-sen-wl
in the healthiest conditions by
the annual application of a hundful
of eotirse salt about the collar rf the
tree at the surface of the ground."
This tallies with my experience ex
actly. A few years sinef, having
some young peach twos which did not
prescutiiH healthful an apenrance as
ilcsirulilc, and having u small quanti
ty of refuse suit on hand,' I resolved
to appiy .it to some of tho unthrifty
trees. Tho chungo wrought in U
pitaraneuundconditlon of thetnca to
to wliich salt was applied was very
rcniuikulile. The foliage fwiirniil a
dark given color, aud the growth that
foI!ov?( rf 'iis very gratifying. With
out U'lng awnro until recently of the
suggestion of Mr. Downing, ! continv
uotl the use of the suit, unit wltli the
aurrui happy result, and am confident
lu the belief that iicach-Krowors will
Und il In their lulvantuKO to adopt
the method which 1 have found to of
crate so well. Whither the vigor of
the trees i due to tho destruction of
the worms, or whether to the notion ,
ol the suit which exrieiice Imrti-
eultUl ihU tell us nroniotelli vertlnre
and luxiii'iiinceiif fruit trees, I inn not
pn-pariii to say
(or. Fruit t 'ufur-(
Chops im Fhaxck. A Purls ror
"From all the districts of France
the ri'iHirts o, the rriis aro excellent. I
i... .. .. . . i . 1 1
1 lively where (ft I ho eVeeUlona Bre
!o few as aeurtvlv to dcNervu m-l
t lee) everywhere, we suy, they praise
lino iiiuiny ni i he irralii audits weiuhl .
ianil l. Id, uiul if there
and ii 1,1, uiul if there I uuy I'cttp.
lion, it in iii favor of the grower." .
Gen. Grant had better let the uewa
papcrsalone. Having recently spoken
severely of the Chicago Times, that
naner come back, an ftillnwa
"Hiram Ulysses Orant, did you re-
n.vl.vminml..U.I. H.n ...... I..
llim Vfttl. nnmmludlnii In f 1 . . n .
i. - Jl" w... iuiuuiu ,i,u aiiu
Ja, f'r fear that you would lie oourtr
mnrtlaled for wnductnnliecotnitig ari
.. ... .
omcer ann trout lemanr v ui you
scandnlottsly foul s souphiroen ?
Was It your habit freqeutly to get
"ui a nuiie oi neasuy intoxication
when you were living on the farm of
your father-in-law, General Dent,
near 8t. I,ouls ? In Galena, were you
supported by the charity of your
father and brother, although you
were then in mmd health ? Wero vmi
Intoxicated on the day of the terrible
batt-lna of the Wilderness, suy that
! tl.n I nil nf nml, h, xv a K 9
Ts it tine, as is chanred bv I'hilins.
Tllton. and other
hers of the Republican party, that you
"cannot stand before a bottle of whis
ky without falling down?" You
wero a Democrat at tho beginning
of the war? After its close, did you
become a Johusonite? Did you
change from a Johnsonlte into a hy
brid ? Did you change from a hybrid
into a Jacobin ? Did you get into
controversy with President Johnson
in which was mixed a question of
verueuy; anu aid you mme out or
that controversy branded as a rtar and
as a man who was guilty of an act of
iiiexnresHioiemcannes and dishonor?
x ou are not pleased with the Chica
go llmea, Hiram Ulysses Grant.
You will love it before November.
Aieanwniie, answer the above ques
tions, ii ui auence wnich you af-
rectr "the garnishcr of fools" will
not letyou'doso. then let Wash burnn.
or Donnelly, or J. I.ussell Jones, or
Benjamin F. Butler, answer them.
a great many people believe that
mey can only truly be answered In
one wavi and that is nfrlrmnrtvplv
There is excellent evidence to support
From tho Mitcou (On.,) Juuru'rtl.
We are In receipt of two communi
cations from citizens of known char
acter and standing in Dooly county,
(Messrs. 8. li. Goode and James
Cobb.) irivinir an account of n verv
ugly state of afluirs down there, the
result, directly; of Radical teaching
and influence. We would gladly
publish both of them, did not their
length and the pressure upon our col
umns forbid. In brief, their substance
is as ioiiows :
On Saturday last, a body of ne
groes, numbering from 150 to 200, nnd
armed with guns and pistols, assem
bled In obedience to a summons nenr.
them by their leaders, nt tho cabin of
an out negni, soiuo two miles and a
half from Viejina, the county site, for
lrill rn "f,,r,i. ri 'l..f.
....... . . " ' . uiiiii. itlM, UI 1 VI ,11
the security of all their rights," as
they expressed It. Threats were freo-
ly made to capture tlfd.,yHhige, tear
uowii inojaii, anu liberate certain no
gmes contalneit tliorcin. Tlieaspect
of affairs was so threatening that the
citizens of the county were summoned
to meet at me. , court-nousA. Abuut
tw-o hundred . responded, and uihiii
consultation a committee was ap
pointed to go and see what the ne
groes were at) and what they Intended
to do. This committee, when hearing
tue jeuuuzvuus, were united by an
armed negro, to whom they made
known their wish to see their Cap
tain, as ha was designated u hiuluU
toorglnally from this county, arid
called Hugh Dean.
Aftet several, refusals; ho ntlast
came out Iii Ilia committee, and in
answer to their demand as to the oh.
Ject of this meeting of armed men,
rvpiieii mat it was to rornt a Urutlt
Club to secure their rights that here
after,' whenever a negro was arrested
the club intended to sit in ludirment
on his case, and If they did not deem
tno testimony suiriclent ror Iiicilcteu
tlon, I bey intended to n-leaso him
from jail, llu also said that the club
were determined at tho end of the
year, if the platiters did not glye tlie.nl
ull they wanted, either In money or
crop wages, to seize their houses and
property, and help themselves, lu
answer to a question as to tlio author
ity under which he acted, liesald dis
tinctly thnt "They had received
their commands to assemble in this
manner from Gov. Bullock and were
acting under his authority, and that
ue was ineir leader and protector."
ITtwin t)i lu rut-M,! .li .i.lltn,.'
and a sworn uJllilavit that Dean hu!
threatened to capture and burn Vien
na, and swt at liberty the negro iiimutes
of the jail; u warrant was issued, and
tne rMierui onienn to arrest J van;-y
Tills was accordingly done, anild
much excitement and many threuU,
and lie was finally listL'eil In lull. do.
dining u trial aud tho oiler of com
Thus the matter stands. We have
given the facts, and leave our readers
to lira w conclusions. vij and. they
muy Wclliiwfc, in conclusion, however,
how it is possible for the ncuce of the
State to bo preserved when the' person
claiming to be its Chief Magistrate is
implicated, not only In this case, but
in others, una Ukjii the evidence or
members of his own party; lu elliirts
to break it and Inaugurate a reign of
A Nom.K Hentimknt. Somo true
heart has given expression to its gen
erous nature in tho following beauti
"Never desest a friend when ene
mies gather round him. When sick
ness falls on the heart, when the World
is (link uud cheerless is (ho time to
try a true frioiuh They Who turn
from a sccfico of distress betray their
hypocrisy, and prove that i'ntorest
nioveo tlicirr. J f you lukve a friend who
loves you and studies your i uicrcst
am) hupplncsa, bo sure and sustain
hli'n lirutlvwivlty, It him feel that
his former kindness Is uppVeelutod,'
uud that his love Is not thrown away.
Real fidelity ni'ay Is-rare, but It exists
in the heart. Who lias not seen
iturfelt lis powers? lhty deny its.
worth who never loved u friend.
uooreu to make a menu nappy
Dit. Joirx f. Putb, of Tipton
count v. who has ulwuva been a L'n-
i,,u uiau, and who wus apiHiinted a
delegate to I lie lutdlual l ongicsMluiiul
Con void Inli'at Brownsville, publishes
a letlerlii the Covington' Ruoord, in
w'hh h M comes out ''from anxingtho
foul party," und takes position with'1
tliu friend of tho Constitution aud'i
"From tho klgna of the times, I am
of opinion Ilmt the colored vote alone j
w III give reyinourauu libtir a liuml-
sonie majority in tho county of Tip-j
WHOLE NOV 467.-
WORM OF riREHCLb
Our editorial relation to the public
cloaca, fur the present,' With' this Issue
of tho Gazkttb... . ,
Cullodiipon some two years si lice to
occupy tliu chair vacated unexpectedly
.oy out nine, seiioinny aim Vencaable
predecessor, Edwin PASt if am,; IJsq.,
i of WillinmHon our career I inn Iwwn
pre-miiiieiitly of our own devising.-
jConsultlng no man, no clkpuj, nor-
imny, we itnveaougnt joiie governed
Bt.iciy i.y luujA.y io ine people, or more
Iiropony speaaing, tno people's In
tcrests. : , , i j , .
Believing ihat. f1?! , true office of
'journalism is Mend the people aright,
I ratlicr than to court mere popularity
by exaggerating each passing folly or
i fancy, wo havo felt in' duty bound to
expose aim oppose the ninny political
fallacies that have, been' cainrbt im
from time to time, as straws grasped
by drowning men. For this reason
we nave tound ourselves ,oif im un
jMipular sldo perluips as often as oil the
liloru oonironlal mm. i .
I'urcelvinir that tho redemntlon nf
i iciinessce, anu ine wnoiecountryaay
ln the re-establishment of old iWio-'
cratlc principles, we have sought to
i inculcate these principles on our p'eo-
. pie, n iinoui ceasing. .
Our utterances have been positive
rather than conciliatory. Hoftfe have
accused us of jrrcm.mvUoiu We plead
Ktiuijr w tun eiiurge, in uie etymolog
ical meaning of the Word. It has been
our misfortune, perhans. to run ahend
of the people and of our eotcmporn'
nes, iiut we nave nad the satisfac
tion of seeing every position taken by
us occupied by our party. If we have
beert prcn motions, event have come
to our Justification1. , Looking back
now, the man . that condemns our
course quarrels with "the lnexorablo
logic of events."
In April, '07. we deWrnmced the rfei
gro plunk of the Conservative, plat
form. W'e predicted aif Jtgnominous
ilefeat; August brought verllicatloit,
and every Conservative Journal hi tho
State, with ono ilotiible e'xce'p'tknt:
como to our views. In October anil
Novctnlier the Ohio and New York
elections proved that wo had taught
true Democratic doctrine; . ,
Last Novemlcr weadvocated Dem
ocratic organization. One of our city
exehunges opposed it bluntly I. the
other ridiculed it. But tho work of
organization proceeded, and to-day
both those exchanges float thctiariiler
of Seymour and Blulr:.
We Insisted on the greenback issue.
Timid friends deprecated. It would
lose us New York. Wall street was
too. powerful. But tho greenback Is
sue hris been incorporated In the gene
ral platform of our party, and New
York Is purs by 100,000 majority.
For year we have steadfastly advo
cated the proscription of ItudlcalsJ iii
self-defense. To-day the blandest Con-
sen at i vo trgan we have advocates
the same course.
Wo have warned ourpooplcnguhtst
each periodical etl'ort to secure grace
of Brotfnlpw by fawning:. And each
humiliating result has vindicated our
refusal to listen to tlio voice of delu
sion. t ho coil rse of the Presiden t. We ha ve
liein unwilling that Mr. Johnson
should use Tennessee or tho. Denio
fcratlc party for the prouiotlori of his
personal uiriliitloifs; without return
ing usaomcequivalcnt. But weliave
ever held ourselves ready to aid him
If he would only act, 'to this day he
has. done nothing for the party has
done nothing for Tfcttrtcssciins; cXcfrpt
intensify Brownlow's hate. The
vholesprrccaiitloii towards Mr-John-Sort
that now animates the irlajorlty
of our people and their leaders is a
proof that diir labors have not been all
In these and htany other Instances.,'
our objects havo been achieved. How
much or howHttln We ntuy Imvp tii'ri
tributed towards tlicse happy results,
we do not seek to determlilo. Our
objects have been achieved I VTc rest
content. . m .',. .
Dcwendllli froni tbn niilillcno'siltlnii
Iri yhl(h clrcmnstances. rflher than
any Inclination, placed its; we hope to
continue the saute ddswefving course
in an humbler sphere.'..
On imrtihi: now with our kind rcud-
eiu we bi g leave to K'ji'eat and enipha
siro a few Ideas to wliich we havo on
many previous dceusloua given ex
pression I;...- ' , .
l'rescuvcyoUr Democratic organiza
tion. Preserve It for future political
rcdetniitlory. Preserve It for nrsent
social necessities, l'reserve it us an
Instrument for the mnlntcnuneo of
the iieiiee. Preservo It as a prevent
ive of Kuklux lrrcL'ularrtl.'K.' tfrb.
se'rTO It as tho preserver of society.
Let your organization lie open', holi
est, fearless. Yo aro not so few, nor
so weak, nor so craven tlfn't vo need
borrow the aid of sccresy or cflirknoss
from loyal leaguers aiKnegriMw.
Persevere in this ciintiuiiirn. for the
sake of prwerving your prg;aiflatloif,
uini ivr.ifi.iK iii 1,-oiiiiuuiiioii w mi your
bntliren North. i
Reeogiiize tho Brownlow reainm
only as "martial Jaw," sustained by
United Statin bnyonefs.' Obey H w'lth
the same strictness and lu the same
spirit as you obeyed tho martial law
or .Military f lovernor Apdrow John
son. The present rjimc is b'tft aeon-
iiiiuaiion or its immediate pntdeces-
sor. 1 he tiaypn'ets liaVe never Imh-h
rena'l from tho breasts of our peo-
ilu. lieu a Vniiutnrut Imh'oiiics
'omniander-ln-t.'hief of the I'nitcil
States forces; tho bii'yoreU wifl be re
Never eountenanco ncirro auffVago
in any shape or form. The thing is
unnatural and must die. Just in. so
farnioi4 foster A," so nVucW longer
will it life ao lunch longer will you
lie curat! with its iiiiinifiv-t and man
Hold evils. Jteeoirniztsi liy rou.lt will
tfcp'reclate properly, dlseoiiru'gc Immi
gration, delay StMte development, vl-
tiute (sill lies and jeiipardixe society.
In the. Month' negro sullrnge, lneajis
black auuiiist white, with the bulnnce
of power in the hands u int anwUitt .
No sane man can solve the problem
otherwise. than tblsf and cxiierleiioc
lvas provt u that weliiiveiinfortiiuate
ly only too many inouii whites anioig
us. Deter u negro from votli'fc tit titl;
by any iiieansyourftiiy, but never uk
him to vote for fuu.
In ((inclusion, we would thauk our
friends of the press upd .others for
many kind wonU of encouragement.
We slutU U it miinll'oHt our apprecia
tion by assuring Uieiil thai lu tho fu
tuiv, us in the past in prlvute, a in
pubHo we shall I hi ojieii,' eurnVst,
futllcsa for the right.'
TllK Wiishingtoii working-men
have aps'uhl to the Piv-ldent to
r'lnd Sreivlury Sehollt ld'a onjer,
allow lug only it.'l'rt honia' pay fo(
Cillt IioIIVm' Wlll'U,
1 Tlio';aWe'ai:fl': wUiedileil'jVifihiai'
(hd i?)uy'f tho SMith, pul.rished'
HV August, -Oa., nhd odllcit t.y Father
liyah'perikliig f tiie' Irfsif1 Itndlrtil
club 'of thnt place,'' makes e of tho
Wo' havo' chnritr citMiglv for a
Nbrth(rn' Arnbrii3atf Radical' if a
Protestant limlicnl but none wlutt
o;ver forith' Irtshmun or a OaUioiio
Who ciilbr.UcuH tho political ci'Oeil of
that party. They have" no'ert use1, ni
nrufext.' 'PIh'.V liater'tk'tin1 their awn
Umtl dctifgod with tho blood' of mar-tyi-s,'
tlH ir re'llgltni' phiw'rihcd,' ttielr'
priests hunteii dbwli as if they worw'
drsj their pr1,ty wnjHwtojl.'lhrtf
s 'hools cloijil upj their children' de
prived of the means df jdrtfirton,
tht'l fjitUiw' stttrVctf, t dfath;' t Melr'
lending men hung or banlshAI for n"
other crlmo than lox'lng Ivlntit nnd
tlw glorious old ndtii'yf Kfc'' pHtrick
tio m uch.- They hiMsepfi' irid- frit
all this; and to Jay theViflJ?ttlpal
Ism preaching and teachhig the aume
bigotry and Intolcrunite Clint Kld to all
their woes and sllfrerirTMs. ThdV aeo
In ( Irant a hUter of their' rcligioh', In
Colfax a porsecutol" of their iwce anil
creed, in Bn-ck en ridge,- the Radical
apostle, a would-ho destroVor of ftir
Cillers anUCiitholiCA in ull the lead
ers and journnls of that party the life
long Intolerunts and persecutor" of ev
ery thing foreign and Jtoman Catholic.
And yet those AugustH Irishmen dare
to sfaniTiVin the' light or tho day.
and pi-oelalin thcmelVos mVmbsrs of
such a iwty t j"Cm t Khnme whre Is
thy blush r I there' nV' filling, no
scif-respbct nt all loft nrthese minions
of p'oWer,' these UnAn of degradation,
these vile, jHbrliVtetf crefrttinn? Are
they sd (Maiseif; so Ignornn'tyao' wick
ed; that they can' lie brought away
fnirrr th, faith of their fitlhers", and
barter fh'o glories of Irclan"!! for a po
tic'crmk'n''s r'acc, acoristobI6's butoiu
or act tea Wiekey to corrupt nd de
gtdcrf r.tftlcat tricksters 1 Shamo
ou .th'cnff, Ireland spurn's them '
America uosptsos tnem I ,. As ror us
we.lcrfttt tlrflrrt; werdty, th' unfor-'
lunato city of August si tlifltt It lias Ui
endure the pi-esenoe ot these' debauch
ed creatures, nnd thank them' forglv-"
ln,g us tho gratlfylrrg nrlt.llci'Q rf eras
ing tholr narrtesfrorrthCR'tirMicriptfoh'
books of the Urtnncr (rf thn ,Snuthi'
They are not wanted. We don't want,
them' to stand among tho names of
pure win-hen, and true uien. and Iniio-'
cent chllifrcn'tff the Houth,1 who nny"
so faithful and devoted to the f'tatj
cause; " we don't wantthetn tostamt
among the names of tho sincero niii
tariusi Catliolics, aid true Iicifrt'etf
insnmou win) love tinncipie, witcr
than place, and would not dHgra'cxV
their relht ion or their native, lnnir Uv
suerillciug the.intcrewts add the propi
erty of their adoiited country. , Yes;
lennemgoT ann in tno coniTrrrrhH
tioii of their own consciences let thenV
dwell. . Furhapa they may; ert rrnVgi
open their eyes to the folly and wick-,
edness of their course apd repen't of
thc-cvll tliiiig ifhlch they havo done.
If not, let theiri forswear their faith
and nationality. The anomaly' la ts,
great too striking to exls,t, .They,
catpiot bo, Irish Catholics ntfif Anierf-;
can Radicals: They mustglv6 up ono
or theother; arid the sooner tiro' better.'
Brow nlow on 4'lurliiu'nU.
Ih' tinclrirntl thercf la it rapaner
called tiie tiatrite. It Is chiefly
known njs the "foreign ofirati of Gov
erfior tironrrilow," but ft s .b5 very pi
ous affitir and uoubtleju jroVInta th..
scrape when tho Oovcrmif Was chtij
lnU td Lef Campliell's n-glment.
Wo fhe'reforo quote the'followlng front
ono or lirownlow's "letters of
travel;" nnd request the Gaictfe to
fWlfh It. It Is the Go.vcrnor's or
rnthb'r the Pai-wm's, opln'lc'n of Cin
cinnati. Ho writ6s: 1
''I attended the' market thin mnrn.
lrtg and found it tniual to the lnior
tftuceof thocity, The vegi laftte mar
ket is hard to beat. But what a sp
ulttt lonl I uever beheld such a mixture
of well-dressed gentlemen, low tlowii'
Germans, vulgar trishnten, dirty Ital
ians, Fretfch; Wvluii, Norwegians,'
Yankees, Negnie, aud all tiie odds,
nnd ends of God's creation t A ma
jority of the Inhabitants flreforelgu'-.
un.i inu woiuenr who are tuny
and ugly, do the drudgery;, As t(co7
oc(,,l nmiuablw lofornr any, opinion'.
I Iiwvc rro aVsiirauce that one man' In,'
ten Is a white man'. White,' browfl,'
retl. inlxiMl. eluvium If m. ('lilolciLsitwa.'
and all other colors reueh the eye..,. I
Was strui k wilii the fact that every
n'egm woiWaif I met with' chlhr in'
her arm's or one or irtirt-o amal ones'
following,' carried or accompanied Ml
mftdutfo no bluck children. This Is
the work of pious Abolitionists,' or
free. Io l il ahriekers I ..'...'
No eonskieraHtm CKuiUf hijlyiif'. nio
to' take up lny resideiieo hr Cihclii-
nattl. It is a city of great, wealth:
trudo and commerce, but ft tn a fast
city and as hrrh i(s the devil could
wish it. , ,1 1 is ful I of rascals wt ff dlers
and Isigus stock dculc'f;, . . . .
jveu tne orotnr are tnicvcs nnu
Impostors, Tiie streets are full of
th'ehf; ..... ...... ... .
Ill soliciting fharltlca,' In creating
houses of womlilp,' biflbflifg ornhaii
asyiun'iH,1 or w'iatsoe'er..this inixetl.
IHipuiaiioii go at,' tue tnuj aiiuizipos
for stlckr otrt "
lAirlng t'h'ii war tlic Cinclnnatlvia'
Wgre Very lils-rul torursoii Brownlow.'.
We suppose Jbey were not nwaro of
what he hud suld aliout them'. Tcr
tfnps tho (Jnzrttr, his "foreign orgau,"
Is also Ignorant. If so, tho above ex-
traet will enlighten tdl pnftlos. ray"
fe it will eiiilgliteii tho Governor us
well tut the rest f for b'e h';u written' so'
much, un'if on so many sides, that hi
could hardly trace his clgzag rt'ont
himself ly tho old. of n "giHigro'phy
of ren'egudes." Fxrhnnyc:
(Jrnoral UHrruimu'm fVrtlar
"Tiie folfiAf Ing oy(ltrha!s.liei' issm
by Gen. Sheridan, dated Fort lfurkcr,'
In coh'sequi'iico of tho recent opi'ii,
h"ostllltleaoii teiSurtof the (,'lieyeu'lio
n'n'd .rnipalfii finHan','. cnilirucliig;
the uiunler of twenty unarmed citi
zens of the Statu of Kansas,' tho
wounding many more Slid acts of out-
ru'ge oif wjipn-u arti(eiil.frcu too
clous to nit'iillou In detail,' the Major
(ienerul eoiiiuuiiullng, under 4Jie, inr-
thority of Die 4eutuiiut .(err.'U
(sunmanding the lull i tar y svlsion,
dlns'ts the fo,eUlt rnsoiil of thoso '
finliufis to tlicrr riWlA'atlcus south of
of the State yf KunW, and that thty
be corftfcllixl U) do'lver up the b''l"
Ira tors of the go'.'iy nets. AU persons'
w hiim-soevi;r are lieruby firUileii'to,
have liiti';oiuiHe w ill ur givti uld or
a-wUluiico to these Imliuak until tliurer
is due notice given licreitfW tlrnS tiho
I'iiiuireiueuts of tills order ttuve been
(vi1. 3. It. Mngiinlcr Isii wliig his
living hi New York inprlvatebiiiii