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J,RIDAY,................REIT. If, -Ml.
FRANK K BLAIR,
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Wh; were approached tho otla-r day
by'ri colored voter (James Biiikmlale',
with ft request that wo except him
whenever wo pponk 'of tho colored
voU-ra' im U.'lonfrjpt to tlw Radical
party. ... Jim. hw been a coiiflstent
tlouMorvtitlvo, and U entitled to our
respect for tho lwldue.-w with which ho
him avowed .his opinion?, at u time,
too, when there w:t dauber to Ihj ap
prehended from the violent character
of-tho Loyal Leaguers. We take
pleawiro In Riving liliw the Iwnoflt of
tho exception,, ami axmms lvlm and
all who ttUwl with Lien, tla-it when
ili-iintim-iiur the folly of the wirroeH
who adhere to to tliw cwrpeW)ftKgernr
wo alwayH cXcitH thoHp whose-good
huuhc and good feelings prompt eo
pera4loi with thefr only friends, the
whites, nnrong whom they were born
Hut, willing ns re ate toiLt full jus
tice to Jlarksdalo and every other col-
red Democrat, we do not wixii mm
or any owoelHwto- utlsuudcrstand our
position. Wo me tipposeii to negro .
suH'rage uraler any circumstances,. Ikv
cauwweaTe convinced they tvrv not,
and never will lie, competent to exer
cise that right for their own or tlw
public good. And entertaining this
opinion, it would ho dishonest to sup
press (t with a view to iuilueiieing any
The btilk of the negroes
belong to the carpet-Niggers, and vote '
as they arc instructed to vote. They; be productive of much good. Wo
arc bitterly hostile to. tlw Houtliei n hope bo, but can't see how. It Is said
whltw, aiuVdowH thoycan-to doslroy.that Oen. Iiee'a high character will
our rights and give money ami olllee give to LU statements great weight,
to our Kadleal 0Tnerle. , Let theu even lit tlc North. An angel from
wuttvute in the same liie of etioH
there ;i a in-tter ilay coming, and
when it dooa cumo, the negroes enmr'tj
say , to ns: , Wo havo Iieen your
frti iy fa, and it is right that you should
consider tin entitled to all tho right
that were unconstitutionally confer-
Oh tho contrary, wo can Bay to
themt When you had political
power, you nseil It to trample upon
our rights, and to foster miserable
traitors to our ra. 'I'll rights whith
you then excrcisril only for evil, arw
tit two naerert it rfwu'acter to lie- en--
1 rusted to men so ignorant and so'casi
ly Wil astray by any racially white
man who chooses to deceive then for
Ids own profit or revenge. Batittfieir
tluit this question will como up for
decision, at tioiQslnrrt thty,we do not
intent! It shall then bu saUt that wo
hold out any promise to rcsprrt tlwisc
rlgitls lit consideration or negro
viteH for the Democratic tifket. I
they would1 nil so vote, it wouitt re
lniiid to tho iHiblic good nnd promnito
their own social amf civil welfare to
a great extent; but tho fact would
still remain thai they tire Hot fitted
by nature, education or cxperleiwe,
to exeuJse u rlht which is habitual
ly abused by thousand of educated
whites Ignorantly or corruptly.
Keif-gov ennuent is a glilleiing
theory that no rive luis permanently
rviHiced to practice. Witli every nd
vautitge in it-s fav.ir, It has signally
lulled in llils eouuUy where the ex
treme of freedom meets the extreme
of de.-potisiu. What can Ik hoped
from u renewal of tho experi
ment with it ballut-box open to dis
ttnvt vac uud mixed lueeU with
the iiuim of ignorance, prejudice and
poUlvo a-utiuilhy tluit will control
Uio mollves and aellous of lh hete
Brooklyn Ridical !-heet s that
tho loading nu irlianl.i in New York
have iv.Holved to give no more credit
to Son) horn merchants. We are glad
to hoar It, and hope U Is ttue. South
ern merchants ought never to have
asked credit in any Northern city.
The South has harlx.n and cities In
wliloU the tra.U- or the entire section
should, long since, have centetwL
lVrhaps (his rceeiilinsult to thtrcliar
aetcrof Southern merchants may re
mind them of the exintoucu t( New
Orleans, Mobile, Savannah, Charbw
ton, Norfolk and Baltimore. We say
pi-rhiipe, because we have as little
ttoutMviico lu Southern patriotism as
id .-unkoe integrity and humanity.
A dlmo'8 dlffcreitc la favor of New
York will turn tho seal o of trade'
agalu't any SoutLeru city.
Thw Boston Courier asserts, ami
proinlts tlir jt'f, that Confederate
piisoiiom in Fort MtAlllsttr, In the
4oiis State of MasMtchuUi, had for
rations, half a pint of raw coin and a
pint of water. I'lie statement of
'ouiinistiouur Oiihl in bringing out
uthcr facts of a similar nature rfolng
to show the Incnhhlp crtielfy of the
lCalu'al government, all the ilnitt it
was airaicniug I he Con federate gnr
i iiiiociit for lam led hai haril Ich, 'I lie
truth will cuine out, and Ita.iicul vil
lainy will li.' i.iMv iinma-lud.
Trwnrof the New York time,
t'hrvapota In Congress against every
4fiw XindlcAi m4iMure'an)( thm
totod1 tf' tlieul, diwelose th'o titen
IffiMrfif't'ho InprrVra In tho event of
Ihetr defeat .tr'tain poW They tho
lertdcni ay that if the lX-inocrata
nececd la KovamlKUv th majority
wlll clalrti to be the IokiU- Congress.
Thin Is highly pitHwLle, nfuoe the ivm
Jorlty of every legislative body claim
and exercises the right (control the
legislation of that body. " The Infer
ence from th argument la, that a
the'DentocTMle nmjorlty will claim
to bo the legftA Cotegroes, the Radical
minority Will he equally Justified In
doing thefurntt thing, and thntln tho
event of Grant' dufeat the nuld lead
ers will call upon the people to rise
in) drive tho Democratic President
and members of Colore into the
This, mvy's fliTliWM, ls llifc'purpo
Of the Kadicalu and hence- the lmiwl
nation of Oront ; hence, too,- the ef
fort to-criWtrlfi-lrr the South.that
tho scent of blood may arouse the
passion? of tho .(forth.;. Venue the
thoiisitudif of lies fabricated to mislead
foola and furnish Hpeeious argument
for knaves. Wo have mote than
once suggested that the party In pow
er would, if defeated, prochUn Onltit
Presldeut and trust to tho amy to
eon-flrn the dvrep. That opinion
we have not changed and now havo
it endorsed by u leading Radical organ
This is a deperato gamo to play, but
thoRadicala would prefer 'civil war
and all the ruin it may entail to the
lot of power and the ventilation of
the most Infamous record ever made
by any party that ever existed In any
country on earth.
We publish to-day, tho communi
cation read by Prof. Marshall lefore
tho Board of Hehool Commissioners.
As nu argument in fuvor of Free
fcehools It Is clear, comprehensive
and conclusive, and we believe there
are few in this community who des
cent front Its sentiments an conclus
ions; but it may not lm improper to
remark that the nuostkm how nirltit-
t;Uj, ji,j3 people, is wot the merits or
huportutico of Freo Schools, but
simply the propriety of ruining a tax
for their establishment, considd-ing
the character of the voters and of the
party by which tluit tax is to bo ap
llied. Theuk Is a general expression of
opinion that the correspondence be-
t cert Gens. Lee and Rosocracs will
lloaven WouM not le lielievcd by tho
Radlcul nwtsses, If ho boro testimony
lm favor of the Hollth. Ik'sldes tho
truth in not what-thvy wmt. If it
could InlhicMce fanatics ami knaves,
Radical ism wotvliT have ierlMhed' long
ago. Truth iwver nlvaneos a bml
act uiHin tho assumption tltat a lie,
well stuck to, answers a better pur
If tho national debt has increased
a hundred and fifty millions since the
close of the war, how long will It take
to pay it off? A contemporary gives
a cluo to the solution of the question
byrelntlng tho following anecdote:
"A teacher gave a pupil this sum : If
a frog climb up a well 0110 foot per
day and firil bark two feet at night,
how long will it fako him to climb
out ? After puzzling over tho propo.
sition for some time, the-teacher ask
ed : 'Havcyou worked the' frog out of
tho well?" ,'NoV replied the Ny,
lint I lurve workeil Iiiun Uair way
down to li 11,"'
Wk return thanks to the lion. J. H.
(lolladay; of Kentucky, for 11 copy of
Beast ButlcrV speech on the- lsind
question. Wo tender our tlmnlw for
the kind attent ion, not for thespeetdi,
which is certainly on tho right side,
but a the lruto can't do right with
out a. sinister motive, we haveir't 11k
p ilk hoc t read a tUiinioiit every
word tvr wlncii suggests spoonw ! or
bribery in sonic other hi wye.
"Mother, make Bill behave I"
"What is Kill dolus?"'
"Kvery time I hit hint on the head
with the hammer, he hollers."
This is the Jnwllce and humanity
meted to the South by the Radical
Congrcws. Kvery murmur of discou
tent is construed into the mutterlngs
of slumlieriug rebellion, and the cry
comes up from the Wa.sfly tyrants
Make the South U-liave.
rixruWirz was murdered for the
crimes committed by Welt-. (Irimtaiul
proven upon him by the war recorils
iof both hlde.4. This vlearioiis atone-
ment, (Irant will find wholly insulllc-
i,.i,t to shieM him from tho infamy
wliich histiM-y him in refvrve for him.
Thk Iltemocr.its of New York haw
nominated Mayor Hoffman for Uov
ernor, and those of MasaehiiM.,lts1
John tf ill tioy Adams, Jr.
Ueorffln lor arj menr mil lllslr.
A recent article from tho Augu.sta
Chroiili'le and Sentinel claimed that
ighill gofoi Se -mour and lilaii
by a naJorlty of fifty thoiuud.
I'he Atlanta New Kru il(adieal) eon
nrmn lUe luitms of theclalm. That
paper Han r
"It Weenie our painful duty to
-.taw that me iirimiiiicau party hi
tiroi'Kio isciillrl vt hhotit oi.auua
liuH or (oiici i't of Mrtlon,and it some
thing is not uccoim)tolil iu theliiiH
rf ixgrtiiizutioti within tlMt itoxt few
ifuys, tl u statu will go for hey mouruad
Ululr, ami iis-nrrton nluxwt wttlwsit
aiietfort. If our Republican friirfc
will talk Icsm and go to work in good
solid earnest, wo can carry theSt.'it
foMJmii As mnMcrn now Inisl,
we me Ix-aten by at loa-t I weiil.v-tlve
t htnaiii majority. IaI us tio to
"twe ritEi artiooi. tTnttM."-
Mr. CHAitrMAjrt ITavTrtir been re-
quested by the OflrnmJssioiiofB to aay
something atxiuf the Fre School trya-
tetn, I paveobftiniltttHiwhalU liaa to
otR-r to writiinr. in order" Che better to
save time arid preserve accuracy.'
uut teroro 1 go turtuer 1 wisn to
fttnta thwt all the information I havs
on this subjict, derived both from olw
Hervatiow and experience,- fe decidedly
favorable to the efficiency and expe
dienoy of a system of fre schools.
nie leauing connuion on wntcn a
system of frets school earn bo estnl
lishtMi advantageously to the public,
U a plenty of money There must
ie money enougn 10 enaoie tue ui
rectors to oiler salnYtes that will com
niand the sorvicesof first class teanlr
er. 1 Whenever and wherever thferfs
done, the private schools at ciice give
way, trius uemonsiraimg tue superi
ority of the free schools. Some yeaw
nifo. I : was principal of the City
Schools of Jackson, Miss. They Were
supported by n tax on the prtipcrty
of the city. They were held in two
eleirant school Dunaings, ana so sat
isfactory were thoy that there was
but one very small private school in
the place, nor had there lsen since
the establishment of the city schools.
Agnin I was principal of the senior
luaiedepartmeut or the public scliools
of Memphis, anil If there'was more
than one privnte male school at that
time in the city. 1 never heard or IT.
But I know very well that tli toys
In tho senior uopartment were much
in advance of Uiobo in th& ono pri
vate school. There were two Fe
male Seminaries of high repute at
that time in Memphis, I (icKuowl
etlire: and the reason is obvious.
In a largo seminary of two hundred
pupils, a complete classification is
nossib e. and thus it may compete,.
witli the free schools in one of the
lending excellencies of all school sys
tem,, that is, classification. But ac
curate classillcatron is only possible
where there is a considerable number
of pupils and from four to six teach
ers at least. For Instance, in tho
Clarusvillo Female Academy, which
I hone mnv Ions continue to lie the
pride of our city as it has been, the
number of pupils is sulllclent to re
quire the attention of a dozen teach
ers or more, and a minute classifica
tion Is therefore In tho power of the
able President and skilful teachers.
In this way Female Seminaries some
times llourlsh in tho vicinity of good
public schools, money being lavished
more ireeiy on tne ouucaiiou 01 gins
than upon that of boys. But to be
more explicit, I hero declare, and T
think 110 teacher of experience will
refuse to auree with mo, that if my
own private school were u part of a
system of freo Rehools. I should be
able to do a much lietter part by the
Isiys committed to my charge. W lint
I mean Is, that the multiplication
table and trigonometry would not
have to ho tatncht in the samo room,
wnd perhaps in the same hour by the
samo Instructor: the very elements
of reading and writing would not
lie commingled with criticisms on tho
irators, poets ami philosophers or an
tiquity. But everything would bo in
place and 111 tne nnmis 01 me proiv
instructor. There would le a di
vision of lnlior. the rletiderntum, the
great essential in fact, to the suecess-
1 ill prosecution or nil long continued
cnternrlses. The classification of free
schools enables the school board to
select and assign teachers to jioHltions
more exactly suited to their peculiar
abilities. As a general thing, there
fore, tho teacher In tho freo schools
being put upon his fastest point, is
successful and popular and is proud
ilT-.nW .HSf3 JM19 .Vr9JiihajJWta
in a won nrruntroii nuiniCRcnooi. mav
lie sure that lie lias mistaken his
profession',- for tliere is certainly much
less demand upon his abilities in a
puiMie uiait in a private scnooi.
ran mere is noming absolutely
new to bo said on thlssubject, for it has
been considered and well considered
in other com nmni ties whatever may
be tho case here; Tho phuv has lieen
tried and tuorougniy tried botn lin-,u
rope and America ror tne last hair ecu
tury. though its uegimngs reach bocK
two centuries or mora, to the times of
John Knox, not however, to say that
ne is tne rounder or tne system, in
Europe, the common school system
has been carried to the highest ex
cellence iu Prussia and Scotland, but
in neither to so great perfection as in
the United States. Sir William
Hamilton, much tho highest author
ity on thiwsuhject recommends both to
the English and Scotch, the common
school system of the United Status
for imitation. The plan has therefore
lieen thoroughly tested in our own
country. v uneed biittoacuuaintour
selves with what has been done, by
those to whom some of us maybe
IHTsonally kuown. Kvory body 1 sup-
ihiso, has heard ol the admirable pub
lic schools of Louisville. Tim higher
departments arc equivalent to- a col
lege, und a diploma from the higher
grades or those schools Is more niti'
cation of scholarship than one from
many a little struggling American
l :oiicge; lor In common scliools tree t
itll and supported by tho public, there
is not much courtesy shown t-odrones
nor is it necessary to propitiate t 1
good will of any one by graduating
air unsuitable candidate. About nine
thousand pupils received iustroctio
last yiar in the free schools of 1 011 is
villo, and the papers bare conxtaiitly
oorne witness to tne unbounded graft
fleation of the people with their man
ageiiieut. Not nine hundred, 1 sup
pose, tuoiigu 1 tin not spt.-aK advised
ly, attended nil the private school
together hi Jjouisvillo last year.
'M10 free schcn4 system is ttvideiitly
ixiptuar in a city so lull or good hcumi
and good taste as Louisville Kv, A
late letter from llev. Dr. Hcndri
also Informs mo that thev haveadoi
ted the system in l'adueah, and it
now controls all the school interests
of tlie place, there being no room or
demand for private schools. You nee
the common school system admit
aim nuiccd iv pihvs a uniformity of
hooks whereas private scliools very
rarely agree iu this pnrtk-ular. The
expend and annoyance, ami deleu
turn or the pupils, rrom this catie, i
entirely avoided in the free schools.
It is not my piiriKtse to stop mar-
cue tho expediency of education at
the public expense, ns an element of
eiviiuunoii. Jiiitsllll, it is proper to
remember that wo urn all lntci'ent-d
in the preservation ot law and order
k onrt nouses, jails, iio:-pituls asylum.
ami toe m;e ate maik-'ora hiuli slat
of civilization, nor iued wo snilu tu
find Jails in the cntailoguo, for there is
not the least probability that the most
enlightened community the world
shall evci see, can be a perfect thing
without a good Jail. At any rate,
w hatcver is ne.-oary to uphold a
blh order of civili.ation, must he
provided by those who have acquired
the mcuu Hiuler that very ordor of
civilisation. If they imll down the
piH, or refuse t si-t thorn up when
necvssitry t supjort the ktiperstruo
tuiv, then down comes tiw system
and the hlesdiig nttaHiti thereto.
Noir.nni f rt tlivii..i can lUmbt tbut
fix schools In the long run diminish
I ho number of row dies. And here 1
I might enter iqon a syllogism in
Hlpport of my views, but I I'oiUar as
the conclusion Is obvious.- It isalso'safo depositories of political power
evident to my mind tltat ultimately, I They would Inevitably becomo the
tmft wt rrrairy years .hewre. most of fvlcHrns of demagogues, ho, for mM
tlie cMldron In this Stfwlll receive 'fish purposes, trotrtd mislead them, to
Oielr dducation In ptihllc schools. As . (he serifius Injury of the public
to bttation without reference ; Tho Jrrcat;wairt of Oie South Is
Clarkaville hoievcr, tvhoever hear pea. The people" eanwjst.ly . desire
6f a mnW Wfrtg mrrlhed by a school I Iranquility and the restoration of the
tax'f in more a man is worth, me union. They deprecate disorder and
more he ft felted, or at least,, inch Is excitement as thf Worst obstacle to
the case when very man gets his their prosperity. They ask a restora
dhe. TBe greater the tax, the greater tion of their rights under the Consu
ls the evidence of wealth, prosperity tutlon. 1 They desire relief from op
and good government being ait the pressrve misrule. -Above alt they
nine Buiiiitmrri v, i'iii. 1
general Intelligence Is essential .to
irood gotenimentwe know that this.
can be brought about In no way so
cheaply as by tne ireesciiool system. I
x oiioiiiu wjnj v, uuwevur, 11 ,
What I have said in the Interest of free
schools, should have the effect of im
paring the due credit . of - private
schools. I am myself at present. In
terested in the prosperity of a private
. . I, . i , . 1 . . I
school, and while Ishall receive with
..1 . i . .,..!!.. ...I 1 -. r
icnniuc nu""; pupua nun iiiut uo 01-i
fered for mf Instruction, t wish also
hereby to riiako My acknowledg-
mnnlu In tl,A nilKHrt frtfi lha ntMnni,A
mumo n fM.v iu piiuunKv
nerctoiore exiennen o me. 1 com-succinct reply to the general topics
paring the merits of the two systems, embraced in your letter, and we ven
tho prcforence is glvon to system' of ture to say on behalf of the Southern
free schools only when fatter are neonle. and of Lhenffloera and r.l,lir
naced on a complete won ; 1 mean n
L. ,1.1.!. All O.A M.U. 4l.A
II ! Ul WIJ1I.II llll UlC KIIU1VI9 lilt?
lowest to tho highest, may be put. in
a successful working condition. I do
not wish to bo construed as opposed
to private schools until something
bettor is offered. And finally, I will
announce a proposition . on which I
suppose every one present will agree.
It is this ; "whatever is for tho public
good, is for the individual good."
. . L. G. MARSHALL.
NASHVIM.K, Hept. 7. The l"l.sliilnn U
Rluiiiniuinlly mlpnt on tlininilltlH buslnttss,
11113 Hcimtticomiiutiee wtilcii liiiHtuu llouxe
bill in chnrpe not liclnii in nny Imrry to
report., If tho inilltiii -bill phhh8 nt nil It
will bu In A miMlitleil firmi Hl.lll ft. In vtrv
prllle ttisl n bill of winiu kind will puKK.
rne mo iiiriiiCKiipiiKHNKinortlin Kliklux
powtod ItH thinl rnalliii tiwloy. It linpow
u Iii-hvv minUhiiioia on dui-hoim fmind
umskoil niul UWgutsoil, nnd niso Httiu-li(.-
peiiiiltlnHtn nny who may be found giving
lictiiiumiMi woo arrivea rrom Knoxvllle
tn-ilny n-poit luivinu bniln long conversa
tlun wllb Hrownlow. ihirinn which the lat-
w-rcxiiinm-ii ins pi'ociiiiiiniion, culling out
ine liiunia. (i will ij iHu-iie in nilnil unit
tho iiillitlit bill bus not yet pnmed, iillbouull
the (luvernor in the liCKlnnlnK of hi pro
cliuiintiiin innku the very Hlngnliir stnto-
lnciil tinil the bill passed lioth ImtiHiia with
ivmiukuUk-unanimity. Tills wus biksodon
his imilcpiitlonM, when the ftict reiilly is
tlnil II tbo bill pitmen at all it will bo any
thing but unnnlinous.
Hrownlow uxnnfimd hlmolf n bitterly
oppoKCil to rtK-l enfranchisement, ami mild
Ibo only pi-oiier way to treat tlni hull-de-Ni.-rviiig
rebels was toioinlliilaU-lbein by lire
niulawoi'U. lie olo siild if bo got hU mili
tia once in Ilia Held lie would give tho
wretche a lesson they would not noon for-
I. He In reiii-i.ts'iiteil as boiua bitter und
111 the extreme.
Aurn-STA. (IA.. Rent. 7. Hon. R. ifill is
about leaving here to ntuuip the 2orth and
wesl iu me inieroKlol lliu Ueiuocrucy.
Nasiivillb. Pent. 7. The Iaislntlve
roinmlllee to Walton the President left
this afternoon for WatdihiKtort.
W. (.. Kinllh, Company F, th In mn try,
hnd hit tikull broken to-day by tt negro, in
a netcro drinking miluon vn Cherry utreet.
St. Pavl. Minn.. Wont. 6. Tho TteMibll-
can Cktiigi-uHHioniil nnioliiHllon Thursday
resuiieu iu a npnu iwo cuniuuniea were
fnt In the Held, Donnelly and ltublmrd.
'nless a compromise i errectcd llrecker,
the Democrutie nominee, will be elected.
BrnMJfOTON. Vt Sent, 6. Complete re.
Minis bom all but nix sin nil towns give
Page' minority ill 211,771. Tlie six town not
Ilea rd from gave !XI Repnhltuan mujoiily
Inst, year; therefore Ciov, 1'ugit' luiyorlly
will be a round 27,000.
OEHEBAI. LCEfl KEPLT TOOEXEB-
White Sulphur Hprinos, W. Va,
August, 20, 1868. .
General : I have had the honor
to receive your letter of tlibtdate,anV
iu accordance witn your suggestion
I have conferred with a number of
iceutlemen from the South, in whose
judgement I have confided, and who
are acquainted with the public senti
ment of their respective hrtntesv
Thuy have kindly consented to unite'
with me lu replying to your eoinnnr
nieation, and their mimes will be
found, witli my own, appended to
tins answer, w nil this explanation,
we proceed to give to you, according
to statement, what we believe to be
tire sentiments of the Southern peo
ple in regard to the subject to which
Whatever opinion may hnrVeprei
vailed In tlie pant with reirnrdto Afri
can slavery, or the' right of aHtato to
secoiiu from the Union, wo believe wo
express tlie almost unanimous Judg
ment of the (Southern' people', when
we declare that thoy consider that
theso questions wore decided by the
war, ami mat it is incur intention in
good faith to abide by that decision.
At the close of tho war tho Southern
people laid down their arms and
sought to resume their former rela
tions with tho United States (Jovern
Ment. Through their Statu Conven
tions they abolH'fcfcesr shvrery and an
nulled their ordinances- of secession,
and they returned to their personal
pursuits witli a purpose to fulfill all
their duties to tho Constitution of
the United States, which they had
sworn to support. If their action In
these particulars hnd been met in a
spirit of frankness and cordiality, we
neiievo nisi ere tins oui irritations
would have passed away, anil the
wounds inflicted by the war would
have been in a great measure healed.
As far a-s we are advised, the people
of the South entertain no unfriendly
feeling toward tho Government
of tho United States, but thev
complain that their rights under the
l onsttitlon are withheld from them
in the in I in I ii 1st nu um thereof. The
Idea that the Southern people arc hos
tile to tlie nee-roes, and would nnnress
them If it were In their power to do so,
is entirely unfounded. They have
grown up in our midst, and we have
been acousloiin-d fioni childhood to
look upon tlieiu with kinducs. The
chanuclnthc situation of Dm rnees
has wrought nochangeln ourfccllngs
toward tiieni. i ney still constitute
tlie Important lwirt of our tailoring
Population. ithout their labor the
lands of the South would be compar
tlvely unproductive; without tlie em
ployment which Southern ncricul-
ture unords, they woiihlbe destitute of
tno ineausor sinwixtonee, ami becomo
paupers, dependent on public bounty.
noir luioroM, even ir tnero were no
higher motives, would therefore
prompt tho wbitos of tho South to
extend to tlie negioes care and pro
tectum. Tho Important faet that the
two races am, under existing clrcuin
staneos, necessary to each other, is
gnuumij.v uecomni)rtip!irci!t to until,
ami we ht lieve that, but for influence
xcrted to slir up the pHsi,,IS Gf the
ngi., Uio relations ijf the two race
would anon ailjust thcniM-lvm on a
basis of mutual kindness and advan
tage. It Is tn? tliat the peopht of the-
iimiii uini ti em, nrrr ior ortvions
raoiiH, (ipixiMI toanynystcni of lawn
Mlllrli wotllil I lUi-l' llip ixillliful now-
rnf the cininiry in tlie lin nlnof tho
nelo raciv liiitthiMilipiiKitli,n Hnrirrem
iVnm no fei-linif of iiiuit y, Un rrnin a
ili.H'ii..c-nU;il coiivli'lion tlial at pretn-nt
tho iit'tfror hno ln lllu r llpi nttilll-i
i;eiu-fn nor tin tdlii-r ininliili-uiioim I
which ui'i mii.-ai ;v to uXv them '
wouiu Hpneni 10 tneir countrymen ror
the establishment in the Southern
States of that whleb tina tiiul.lv IvMiti
regarded the birthright of every
Amertcan - ths right of scl f-govern-
-" vu luui iMoiri, aim
M-e can safely promise, on behalf of
meinour nern people, that they will
faithfully olmy th Constitution and
laws of the United States, treat the
HIV- , t LI T ( I V (.lie
net - roes with kindness and hnmanlt v.
nun luniii every amy incumbent on
neaceful elf lren ln1
.1 a., a.. , .... . . -'
tution of their country.
M!a l.lt-... il -I . i
III; UVIICVU LUO UUO V6 COniaillS B
.,r the late Confederate armv. that
l 1 1 1 .. . ....
they will concur In all the sentiments
which we hitve expressed.
Arinrcc.ifttimr the natriotln hiot.lvM
which have prompted your letter, and
wo unve tne nonor to be.
Very respectfully and truly.
' " n. V. T.FP! Vlrwlnln
W. T. diillierHn Vi, r T U..QI.L....HI 1..
A. B. Jnme, Lit. A. It Klei.ln-ns, (in.)
i. iMitnreuHni. icxnn. A. II. Jl.lsiewniT, VU.
s. ii, ii. morion, Ltt.i.. j-i. vnnrmi, lift
T. P. Ilranch, Oa. Billion Hteiiiiens, ia.
II. T. Rumell, On. A. T. Cnperton.. Vu.
Ham. J. Dnuslii-Hii. Fla. Jolm KehnlH. Vn..
J. E. R. Morton. Va. F.H.Htockilale, Texas,
John II. llaliiwin. V. V. W. I'ickeiiH. H i-.
(, W. Rolling, Va. Wm. J Robinson, Va.
I ueo. ir.i onway, va, Jim. li. Amierson, Vju,
.ios. i.yons, in,, win. r. Turner, va,
r. H. Kuilee. B. C. , F. FontAlne, Va.
John Ietcher. Vs.. 11. C. Adums, Miwi,
W. J. Oreen, N. 0. ' Lewis K. HarUi, Va.
P. V. PnnlolH, bin.
ToOenernl W. 8. llowcrnns. Minister to
.Mexico, w nnoHuipnur ripriugs.
ii inj y an aairtr-i ) liiv ilUA'
vllle Whig of last week, nays 'if tlie
militia is authorized, and he finds It
necessary to call them out, they will
bo ordered out to whatever extent he
Yi UAXl'V T AIT tit It I itil mx ilin T nnv
may deem It necessary to protect loy
ai men wniteor uincK."
"But," he adds, "It is not well to
give the rebels and bad men in the
Ptate, generally, nny occasion , or
pretext for beginning tho "wnr of
races" so much desired and so often
predicted, and therefore," he con
chides : Kaxh. Banner.
"The Governor, on this account
mnv not nt first call out anv but the
withe troops, so that no shadow of
excuse can remain . ior wmro men
murdering and lieating the black
men. Uut If tho white militia arc
inadequate to suppress riot and insub
ordination, then tne colored troops,
which will 1 held as a reserve corps,
will lie called out insufficient strength
fo' put down all resistance to the
State authorities." '
East Tennessee rejoices In the
finest corn crop raised in that section
for forty years.
Hos. Edwin A. Keebi.e, of Mur
frnesboro, in this State, died on the
2uth ultimo, in the G2ud year of his
age. Col. Keeblo was a Democrat of
the Jackson school, and represented
that District in the confederate con
Tlavo now in ntnro
I1IEIR MW FALL GOODS
9tu 14 jmi tl4.
The Htook 1 prime In evory department.
BaKUAINS will bu ollcrod lu
GFXTLE.WEX'S SUOf S AD UnffKS,
L1BIES AND . CHILDREN'S SHOES,
and in all lfinda of
Domestic, Woolen and Fancy
Goods, and Carpeting
and Oil Cloths.
Remember onrs I the ONI.T IfOXTSF.
HcllliiK on tlie OMC PIUC'E 8VSTEM Wall.
Uniformly Low Cash Prices
to Every Body.
AM are urgently Invited to mil nnd nee
the luruoKl und bwt Btocli uvor exhibited
by our huuwj.
(nl LI El!, IIIUllU i (0.
Bopt. II. lHOS-tf.
IV 13 W 1'" I It 31 !
COULTER, MOORE & CO.
li, O. Keewct) & Go.
numt.Vnllery. Iron .Qneemnritre, f llawiwnre
( rim nt, lloiiwi-iui'iiihlilnH tHiod, I'llintx,
VlowMji orn hlii-lli-i-H, lUniw rultern, l.i!itii
, Wmii nnd Pimuy Tlintier, Vbiino
Shoo and Null", Anvil. Tlw. Hello,
HiiM'luuud lit, Uhiuiuki,1IuIi-Iiui, 1- ilea.
OiriH-merH', l'oo.i-r', lllaekHinllb' and
Win Tool. Hnw of nil kind, Axe, Null,
I'll am. lxH-kNRiul illinio,.
In olMk word. w kwup uood Ahuot In
iiiiiieiiilln, wldcU u will Mil at luwut
and the INiUnt Iron Iioublu
The Grand Trafrle AVashltfSf
mi in ii, iiiiic k (ft
The Cnmborlann, for tlie loat few day,
has ben on Tvgnliir spire, having risen 11
lW-tonfllnrpelh. . v. '
The UaHptrq will lv for "th iSiducah
! Pnlran Monilnv. mm our tdi-nrllxmrnl. -
1 ha Bim leave ClarkHville every Toe
dsy for EvnriNVllle, connecting with the J.
Webb, which will ctve thronsh bill of
liidlnn from Ctnolnnntl. "Hiive your kimxIh
(hipped Hint wiy, u they will pome lliro'
In ftmr days snd J per cont. chonper than
ou etiu get thorn by any otlic-r route.
Rate of freight to New Orleitn. AO cent
on flour, and Stt per hints., on Tobacco; to
New York tl H on Hour and 74 oik pet-100
lbs. on Tobacco. . .
BOOTS AND. SHOES!
1H.1; h. KiLiiim.
HATS and CAPS
WM. W. VALU1NT.
SHIRTS AND DKAWERS 1
Tit. W. VAI.MANT IR VOW RK
I mil vine. dime( from the bent Hiiinu fac
tories In tlia U nl tl Htutos, the best Htook of
Boots. Shoes. c.
h ban evr ofTereil the public. Espeeinl nt
tention ha been given to theqnnllly of the
good, and he 1m fully confident Hint Mitigfuc
tlon will- be kIvuii In tills particular. In
price nonfl Hliull lie cheaper.
x iiuvs 11114 season laauo a specially in
nnd invite nn examination of my stock.
and other " .
in full, I have a very fine stock of .
GENTS' LINEN BOSOM SIIIRTS,
phonnor thnn the mnrkot.
A run rrom nu ye rein nwrerrruiiy bouciuhi
W. W. YALLIANT.
8ept,ll, 1808-2m. .-, -i , i -'
HIDES I HIDES!! HIDES! !
ArE WILL PAY THE HIQHE8T MAR-
f f ket prloe for all Hide delivered ut our
launory on f ront Nireei. i inrKHvine, ion
lieiwee. W. T. BH ACKKLroHD & Co.
Kept. 11, 1808-tf.
A LL PK1WONS HAVING 1 CLAIMS
r luralnst Uio enlnteof Thonm G. Hutuli
oii, dee'd, arc requested to iireeiit them
to mef or aettlomeut. and nil pemonn In-
debuxl to Bitld entAte, are rcqucstod to xiue
lorwaru anu ninne iiko soiiieint-nia.
Kept. 11, '8(4-1 w
AN KLKUANT AJs'tl
full assortment of Dla-
uuiii, 0l, Emornld,
Pearl, Ruby, Bnplilre nnd pluln Gold
TX I 3V O S ,
E6gW1i, Geneva tmd Anierlenn
GOLD AND SILVER CHAIN'S,
fiOMto SILVER WAKE,
' Jfct JHtehtr; UmtltV-t 4n4 tltlttt
Flower and Frolt Rtnnd,
English Knives and Fork,
A largo lot of real
lrt Cold, Silver and Ktoel Frame, at
EhIiivH keep on hand a full nunnrt
ment nf nil kiniU of iliiKiH, nnd
can nun nu. ah
hh reprrserited und nld ut low i-nt
New York pru.-s.
A lino nasortment of KETII THOMAS
CLOCKS the beat made, at
Juno 1, 1HW-Iy.
RUSH TO THE RESCUE !
"lOUNTRYMF.N, ( OUNTUY HF.R
eliuiilH, mill nil otliera deali-inR HiIh,
Wure und .Mi-icliiimllNe, enn hiivu flout 'i
toil;, per vent, by i-iillnmnl tho
Auction and Commission Houso
T. II. IIYIVIV,
Sou lb nlilo of Public Kipinre, three door
eiiHt from the National Hotel, in flnrkiivllle,
IVnneiweo. Ilt-i-u yuu cuu II ml a good -Dorfiueul
Spring and Summer Dry Goods
Clothing, Bootg, 8hfr
ornnytfiinK etaeyan wnnl.nf witlior wliolo
nie ur n ull.
Oou'l foig.it the iinuiennd plnwe,
T. II. HYMAX, Al tTIOMtER,
South Side PnOllr (qunrr, Sd Door
K.-utrrom ational Hotel, flarki
I will nlwi hi-IT every ilencriiitlun of
v lor AiliiiliilKlriilnni. r'.xeeuioia
AgrliUiiml 1'nvaUi i'aiiie. rilher
an li Mrix-l, In lh rity er rinililiy
ifuy 2!, 'ut-tf.
Mil. F.. W. WKATI!I.I:k.oK tiik i.vrn
frin of Tnrnley V ,.iUi,.h. ,.,a !.,.
mrim nii i ii a iiitermM In urn liunlue, nm
inn name remaining iim-lianai-d.
.. . , ""T IU Tl HI.N'GS.
Jly 31, 'ut .'m.
THE DIG SHOW!
AT " v
TUESDAY, PEPT. 1DTII,
, AITERNOON AND HUIIT.
f OSfTlTKLT 0SK MY 6XLT.
" ORCAT COXD1XATIOX '
CIRCUS & MEHAGERIE!
TEN 8 II O W 8 .
' THE M AMMOTO
ZOOLOGICAL x DEPARTMENT,
Inrluillng OrntlliotoRlcBl neieetlnns of the
inoHt m-nuttlui Hpeciniens or i-OKMua ,
1IIRDS, formliiK the moRt extonslvu
. oolloctlon of .
In the country, upportod by tuo
Largest Company of Equestrians
In America, numbering
150 MEN AND 230 HORSES,
VI - . I.J.JH...aU..ita
rifv iimij r,iiurBtriciiiit:n,
: riirce Populnr Clown,
' Enabling the management to produce
STARTLINO ACTS OF HOR8EMANBIII1'
DARING OYMNASTIC KXKRCI8ES,
With the most daudlng splendor.
FEATl'RES OF THE TEN SHOWS
' 1. ROBINHON'B GREAT COMIIINATION
H1IOW-I.lTlnn Wild Aiilinal una rattle
a. WoMBiil.li'H MF.KAOERIE. In Tw
I'm rt Zooloulcul nnd Oruitholuijlcnl from
8. MOxa. FRANCIS IIOYD'B ParUitan
School of Eilucuteil Horses.
4. MIO. AlOI,l"H CasTILTI ft - Italian
Troupe of Kliient.nl IVurn. Monkey, Goat.
&. MAllAMK GKIITitllflE WH XAKIKS
RiM l illy, with her nniKnlllm-nl ilou of lier-
lorminbf 1,1011, ni-rn, iniu, i-ruiier, ynrnn.
II. WlL.BON'a AUHtrulluuGyiiuiuutlo At
7.HI.OMAN'fl8outh Amerienn Vnudovlllo
. J. V. ROBIJifiON, Jr.HBchool fortrulu
. J. Q. A. HEMINGWAYS Collection of
nnuvi Ameriean wun Aiiimai.
10. . W. JOHNKON'H Performing Ele-
ii lliu ZoolOKliiiii Depurtment will be found
A. HE1W x"rxviiiis:
A FLOCK OK Al STRAblAX Ml'S.
A. llcril of l'orcuiiiiicH
Performing Elephant "Empress,"
, i, Introduced by Mr.JouKSOM.
Ah-lelin Linn nnd Llonem, RulTI-d Imur,
fWlot, Wild Dog of Tnrtary, Civil, Copylrn-
Ha, Grounu mail, Aiplno Marmot. Hiiver
creMted Cockatoo, etirn, Clim-mu, Mandril,
HmI Monkey, t'bliiipaiii&co. lilnna Monkey,
Great; flnwinigo, Lyre llinl, Wliife-no4
Monuey, i-urenin lioiiohb, itoao iockiiioo,
Alexnndrlne Purroniiet. African I,uinnrd.
TlKnr Cat, t-ylon Tluor, Ichneuuion, Antei"
leun wniie hoot, tiuMun uinnninoit near,
Wotniliatof Auntrnliit, Whilo-hendiHl Par
rot, Atntiraiiiin- Kuuicuroo, uiuuuy iiiiur,
Anierlcaii liullulo; Alrloan lllnoii.. African
Paeit, Golden, Ml ver unit Ch tmme PlnwuinU
Agile Gibbon, I,' mine. HoWler.'Wblte Pea
cock. JUST ADDED
Two Double ilnuipfdDiM-triirn Camel
, Also the'
ValpiH, from Tartary, andWhitf Polar Bctf.
Prominent among llieatlrni tlvc talent of
the Arun are audi Artist u
MIMt ConUF.I.IA, ' ' "
The (,'liaiiiploii Kf male rider ol tho world,
MAPAMK GKHIKI iiii
Mil. JOHN WIIXON,
Hit. JOHN HiilllNHOV,
, SlTi. J. MolMiNtilUHI.
MR. I ' lii. M.OMAN,
W. H, AHIM'i IN A KONH,
Mil. . n. KitlllNrluN,
BIG. ADOI.nf KRANDIMI,
Mlt. JOHN 1iWIXlW,
The Ajiierlran Iluinorixt und Polite flown.
. - ilk 1'lUaK IMIIINMON,
Clowrf par excel lefree and modern t irl imildl
Mil. AltClll CAMI'IIKI.L,
Tlme-lioiiori'il liHpi,Nii'of WM mi l Humor
' -i i Tlwi Noniiiuell I.KWIK, 1(
..-',. I ; MH. I.KWlii.'WJLL'v. I J
Notii 'R-Klrat appearance lit America In
tttoyviuaof , . , .
i. 2f. KKLLl'IY, '
' Tin) Champion leaner of the World.
GRAXO CBiUITOl'S KXIIIUITI0.il
A aorKKiu ancient Piu:enfilr-Tba Grand
Cliailol of Mara, Oln-ron ami Aelulli-a; l.iv-
iiik 1.1 ill ill ol n iwnmil li4lilnnil limnao;
l.ulitlil an. I lilailiiilora. lu Armor of An
elenf l;oinuiia,u.ii..M-iirl lotbeulilieriiiaand
mnlly Oi l, nli,l r,,,iilulvea. 1'IiIh uutl.,1 4lil
Itnp'N.'iiv proi-iiuijoii Hill Imi ir'Ctlol iiy
lliu t liitriot 4 U'inu,t biiluialiig .
n n,i r. i r
Opcrrlic Silver & String Circucstra
off, my Kl l -cin. UToMiMmi.
TNT(i,l:ill'iiHMNi-KK 'Miid7oVloelt r. at
I'ioiv -v,:,.ii willeiiler the t'lly ul
oi:o. Mulllil.-toN, Alieilt.
i - u
. i xT7?"l i .i . '
D. M. Ouarlm, Principal.
I. VI. Temple, Associate.
iirt AiticrtVn tf.um of Tm HCHoot. :
will lieiita nn Mondnv. tlie 7lh of H-n-
etnlMr, INiH,' In ritewurt t'dllege hnlldlng,
md fllimo. Mt thil tnl of ln-iiitv weekn.
Both of the fein-hem re grmluiilpii of thfc
univerniiy 01 . viruinin, una linvn mnue
em-blnic thefr bunineMi. exelunlvlT NltieA
leaving thn Iimllliiilon wiiiiii thirteen,
yeitrn ngoth in Vlrglul and In this
WntfV ' ' ' ,
The ohjert ivtmed at, will lw to prepnr4
young men to enter the t'nlvemliy of Vlr-' .
lnl, or nny Allier C'olk-ue, or nt thin for.
te IniHlnem of life. The onuniu of litiilrue-
nin will lie nroilHlod: nr Hint kt tne I'nl-
veratly of Virginia, niul. m fur w prnotlca- "
bin, the same books will be lined.
Vrl per JVriA if ! . Aih-antc,
Enulluli and Primary course In Matli-
emhllea W CO
Kn id lull' and Advanced con mo In
Ml nenmtlm ...:.... 3,t 00
Lnngunce. Mthin dollar pur niimth ex
trn. l. M. UUAlU.rM,
AUK. SB, '6S-flm.
ritor. r. IlKHBI.IJI.havIn returned.
and lornteil In C'larkuvllle nwpmitlully In-
lorin ineciiir.eiioiineony anu vic-iniy, iimt,
he will wmlKteil by hi ftuuuliler. Mint An
nie llerblln 4pen a Mnlotf Ikm.1 lor Young
1 sullen on MonUay, Hpwiiibw tilt, MU&, ut
111 rvMidetie ou t'oinuiorce utreet, (tho
lioue Airmerly oceupled by Mr. KnKou.)
IiiKlniiilon Klveu on the Plauo, Guitar,
Urtfiin, and in Vocal MiikIc,
Term per Heaal mt Twwlr Week.
TirnrK Lkasons hub Wkkk.)
Plnno nnd Guitar, pitch t$.m m
Pructlce done nt Hchooi, extra ft Ml
Privnte Voeul inslructlon DO on
Vocnl Clitas, InelmlriiK - not lent than li
inemnerH, enen o w
Ono-liall of Till ft mi lovrlIJy in ad-
Plnaon, Orirans. nnd nil other musical la'
strumenU tuned und repaired.
Sept. 4, '6-3w. ' . i .. i
NEW PR0VIDE31K T1X SU0P.
AVINO IlEMOVFJ TO THK BTOllB1
next to Hint oeeiioled by W. K Poin
ter, (lietter known- ns the Rontwrlnut
Muddler Hhopl . we would be pltel to am
our old frleiid nnd ciwtonieini when we
will be reiwlv toiterve them Willi nnv artl
elo in our line. They will flnd their old
friend w. T. Hitrgiuve at his iot to attend
to their wuiiU. .
We hnve it Pomi!eten!netm4if Stove.
Grille, Kunmor und lAuer enatUun, Willi
every vnrlety of Tinware, PnHt fan nnd
Jar. Wo work km1 Meekl nml will Hell
our nooua a cheap an cna be Mild m tbm
Giilterlniinnd Itonntrlnr itbno trlrmfnrnt
the xborteNt notleo nnd nt thil'iowtut rate.
We lire lirepnrcd to order, tr rpteit, nil
Htoves, Gralm, Ac., of nny nine df pattvrn
tbut muy be wnnted. t'ntl irnd ee n.-
Aug. , t!$-3m.
Sotlf o t tbo Creditors oC Wmi Din
ALL PKRHONM IIOLDINO1 CLAIMS
iigalnst Wm. Dlnwlddln are ha Veliy no
Hlhil to file tbo kiuuo with one of thw nn
(lemlmie.1 properly aiitliunlle:tted,odVit-rii
loru ine iirm uny oi jnnuiiiy next, a in
line UltlieU-riiii of eoiiiiromirteii(iteil upon
between the mild Witt. Iiinwiddie and hi
creditor, when on tlint day a pro' mM iIIh
tributlon of the II rat pay ment on the prop
erty aoeurvd by the tiaid orudllon from ti
anid Dinwiddle will lie mailu, the said prop
elty linvlng laien old by in, the flmt pay
ment on which I to bo mnde on the llrat
dny of January next. A failure to nMiinly
with till notice will reanlt In thelnaaof I lie
clnlm. John W. Hiirliiy,
ntpt. 4, '08-3W.J T. Hr.HitiMiNi
CHANCERY SALE OF A VALU
ABLE FARM. , .
Sugg Port. Adm'rv. Helmanacredltoraof
i;. A. rluiui, itec'd.
tly virtue of a itwroe ol iImi Cliaaoory
Court ul ClurkHvilleIVuiij remlernl nt I lie
OcUilar leriu 10"7, 1 will olli-r for mile to the
highest, oldder, on the pi-onilnea, ou .
SATURDAY, HEPTEMHEll, ITH, IHIW,
The fine Farm belonging to the eat n to of C.'
A. Hugg, dee'd. Till fmin contain nlMiuf
420 nci-e, I Itunted l'l lnllu from Clnrka-
vllle on the KeyHbui g road, nud within one
mile of Port' Klatlon on the EilKeneld ft
Kinliicky riilhiHid. The linprovoiiienU
eonaist of a good dwelling nud out-houaea,
line alnble und biiriia. There are itlMiut
three hundred nereaof thelritetcieured, the
Imlitnee lieing heavily f lliila-refl,
CouHlderlngltailtuiitlon on -the railroad,
Ita II nu productlvei)uiilllieN,thipnrrvctcou
dilioiiorthe fencing, nud tbo elm racier of
tbo linprovemonla, thl 1 one if the iniwt
ailinii-able ftirm in Montgomery county.
It I runted for the preaent yenr, hut tile pur
ehaaerwlll have the right to put lu a wheat
Txaas One nnd two year' credit. A Hen
will lie reserved, nnd note with Rood -cnrlty
reiulred of the purchaacr; the nolo
to hour lulercat from ilulo.
W. T. rlHACKKLKOHD, C. A M.
prllitfeeVVO. uug M lMUH-Ow.
In the County Court or Stewart
Jame Roll! allinlnlHlralor, rUbonii nnn all
William I ColAilt, duconitud, plulntld,
A. A. Bin 11 uud Willi, Mnrthn F. Htnll; for
ineily ilitl llt:i V. CiVladu. Mnry Daniel;'
-formerly Mary t'otsnii, hla Kritnea CoU
on, tho daughter end only lirlrttitd dis
tributee of Km I ly Howard, formerly Kin
llyColMon, George Coiwm.niMl KllalVilaon,
tho minor heir mnl rlterrlliituie of Geo.
4'floiii tloceiuwdv and' Mitriuu Colcou,
widow of Wlllluin M. CoIkoii, de4eued,
Chnrle GlaHgow, Joint OIukionV, Mury 1
Gliwgow und Boi-ah Colaou, tlehinduMiC
It nppenrlng from affidavit, filed iu lliig
cauae lout Clmrle liliihuow, John Cllimgow.
Hhry K Glangow, nin V. Hitwnrd, Nnrali A.
I.'oImou, Kiln CttlHou. Guot-Kti rl. Coumui anit
Mitrlnit Colann, i-llii of I he de fendunta, urn
lioii-reMldi-nt of the Hlnte of Tenncaaee. sit
thut the ordinary irocc of InWcan not Iki
nerved uiarn Ihuin: It I the re lorn onlemiv
Unit iu Id icnt ion bo Hindu for fyiir piweie-
Hive wt-kNln Hie Clitikuvllle ClirViiilcle, a
newHpnper pulillNheil In tlie city of Clark
villi), for them to nuitottrattbe CourtbniiM
In the town of Dover, on tho hint Monday
In OetolHir next, then and there to iilnnil.
nuawer or demur to the bill of complaint,
or tlie wtiiiR will I hi taken for'oonfikwcd uutl
M l lot lu-uiiug ox jitu to u lo tin-in.
' W. LAIK. U K,
Aug. 28, tfiMw.
1115 AC'KKH MOXTCiOilrHtY tOlXtr,
TKN.VKSSKK, LAND FOR BALK AT
FIVK DOMiAKS PKK A IKE.
rilllE UNDERSIGNED OFFER F.LEVESf
L liuudrtaland tltti-tu uci-u of Uutlairvii
land for ml, altuated ou the aelillt stile af
( uinlierland rlvur, at the very low prla ot
nve ilollul per anre. H ha lasett dlvld4
Into nine Irni-tH, varying in kIimi from alxty
to two hundi'wl acre, u plat of whli-b cult
Imi unt'n by an I) log ounlthernf ua, In l.'lrk--v
1 1 Ut, or pon o it r agent , H rver T I urey , W ho
ilvea iHlJoiiilng tbu land.
we would pivruf tinii pr i-on winiiing lo
purcbaaa tin land ahould look stlt In per.
sou, a we are eerlitin II I worth lwK- as
miuih na the price kiil. We will warntnt
the title-, which 1 perluct.
4, r iiAii.r. tr,
Aug. 31, 'IM-lw. C. U. HMlTll.. .
Proposal for a Furtu for Poor-houso
Pnrponra fov Montsouicrj County.
tirK, COMMIHHIONKIW TO PlIRCH AMf
11 nll4i.of not lea Hi ntt 'Ju aere. r,ii m.
Poor-houiMi lu wild county, upixiluted by
the I'ounly Coiul of snlil l uunlv. Invlla
senliot pniuotttl from tlie owwn of liiuil
iinil iiuprovKiiieiiia to sell iu such a pliuie-
an,, 'i i,nnHi. mm, iniiwi
lL 'i'lie ionutloit: illalaiion from tlieeoais,
ty town; ipiautlly of bind; liow luuehtlMa
ble; llow liiileli t-li-areil; liow long it ha
In en In eiiltlvnllon how iiMn-ti lu Milar f
the character of the land and the llinlM-rJ
.-.upply of water for lanaoua and for Hlock
Improvement, itll prtlcal:urlty; itlli'
of drinking wati-r ivimI luulmr from tltev
dwelling. If thorn Ui u dwelling, or front a
giMHlplaee to bulhl, if tliere beiio dwullliigil
KUU-nu'iit of tlm lii allhiiu-Mi of the ioi-u-
llou ana vnrlnlly; coulli'.ulty Ut lulllal
whether ritlu-r ndjmiciit land can be
tiriM-nreil; uctvwiltjiliiy lo the plwe front
own and eoiinl ry; uuanlity. ahariwiter ituif
iitf.i of Imieliig ou pn-iiilne; ami any oilier
IHtrtintMnriiNUowitig me itinipieoui-iw or ai
vaUiUiKe, or iho i-onlrnry, ut the plane fur
llie imii'iiimi' Inteislitt, i
l. A ttaUoui-iil of how Hiii tit to vlnnda,
und where amiuireil, giving date nf doeil
and lamk wlieni r,lU-ri .1, mat. by wlioui
nuLile uiul l,i wlioin. mid kialiinr ml I v any
jiiiituiientx. lli'int,moriiMta-, or oilier rutliii
on pioN-i iy.
M. The nrli-e nud lermf payment aak-
ed for lliu loouerly. um Ilia term oit
lluw Iwo bn.i, tr iMie of HieiUi 11, 'nan
J.I. I hui-fotiiili MiU, biiliiiK'u lu and I'J
inonlli, or longer If deaired. and whim fnt
atwilon will la-Ulveia Make all those at a4
IninllU lit 1 1 y, ill
ii i luiiy.aaii nicrtiem witn i-eii-r oneal,
-4iiiniyi onrt. ry tne nrst Mini-'
y In IH-M-miair, imih, wiien lliey will lai
openeil. We nwrvn Hie rlultl lAileelluealr
protMMailN II aot siiWafaeliM y.
r. W. K i mi,
P.. I. Williams,
m. II. It. Wiijson,
II. M. lll'Irl.HV,
Jan. 'f. Iiinni"',
M pl 1, 'im Jin Couiiiilmioui r
rn pi. I. Jw.