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Term-' Tlirte Dnllart per annum n advnnre.'
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,',V ' '." '. " .' ,"' 0. THE ' .
FOU VICE-PRESIDENT :
FRANK P. BLAIR,
' Old Spitfire's "inelish" proclama-
tlnncamo too late for our last issue,
, but we puiilian it to-ciuy. very good
man wno reous it win iimu wint ne isjBhort notice, for any emergency that
communing with a devil incarnate, mny nrJ(,0- Au nnm,j miuo, Hy con-
ntm win woniier now even mien a
character eouJU weave bucji a thisuo,
orilesne consuiuio tne material 01
this document. It needs no analysis
to dcvclopo ib Infamous character
and brutal designs.
None who know Brownlow were
surprised at the proclamation, but
many flattered thenuelvea that there
would bo uo cull for militia, in tho
face of the federal constitution and
the assurance of the President that
enough of federal troops should bo
sent here to preserve the peace. But:
this could not satisfy Brownlow, who
believes that peace hero will be detrl-
xmiuUil to his party in tho.ISorth. In
addition to this cause of dlssutisfac-1
tion, tho old snvago sees, with alarm,;
that the negroes of ths South are rap-,
Idly becoming Democratic! aud thatj
It is necessary to organize them into!
militia companies that they may be
kept aloof from Democratic influences
jund voted, cn manse, for the Iladical,
party. 1 ' I
1 But tliere Is still a third reason for
calling out tho militia, and lt Is to bo,
found in that portion of the order,
from the War Department which de-
clarw that a sufficient force shall bo.
V)i hand to pcuro the execution of tho
)ava und to protect "law-abiding eifc-
iaous." Bight here tlie shoe pinches.
Brownlow knows that tho law-abiding
citizens aro the so-called rebels,
mid as they arc tho parties whom he
intended as the viutims of an unre
strained band of greedy marauders,
the promise of federal protection to
them 1 an insult to him as tlie Grand
Cyclops of tho "loll" league, which
he finds It difficult to digest. Had
tlio word "loyal" been substituted for
"law-abiding oltUoiiM," -it In imuHihlo
But. whatever the motives and ob
ject of this act of usurpation and
prospective oppression, It Is the duty
of the Intelligent and patriotic, by
continual furbuaraucc, to , maintain
pence ami order, if companies, blac'c
or white, are made up under tills call,
treat tlieni with quiet dignity and si
lent contempt, and if there be collis
ion, let it Manifestly be the result of
wilful aggression on tlio oneside, and
neces-'ary Hclf-dcfcnso on the other.
Such a course will be (lies west disap
pointment that 01111 bo Inflicted on the
brutal tyrant, as well as thc9trongcst
appeal that can be made to the North.
Wc adviio this course because it Is
right, jmrefi, ami becauso the known
antecedents of Oen. Thomas leave us
little to hope from his senso of Justice "vo "ehool purposes. Tlie object Is a
in auy contest bet woon Radicals and ' laudable one, and meets the approval
Conservatives. We hope we may be!of tht public , but how nt variance
mistaken, but our first Impression Im j with republican freedom and slit.ical
that tho I'resldcnt Inn selected a wolf Justice the tyrannical decree that
us the guardian of thcshecpfold, and t lakes from those who pay the tax the
Utut the militia will ho aided, rnther right to vote, and places their prop
tlMtu repressed, In whatever villainy City at tlio inercy of au ignorant
they may attempt to perpetrate. .mass of paupers. How at variance
1 v 1 1 1 1 enlightened statesmanship the
NY li have frequently lsen asked If policy that takes from the Intelligent
U is not the true policy of the Demo- 'he question of education aud turns
erats, In view of our surroundings, to 't ver to ignorance under the gui-
tlislmuil anil irttKiupt uo ctuivasa In
this Stnto. The apparent lie pel ess
ncss of suoeess nnd the danger of col
lision have Inollnod us, at times, to
advocate that policy, but lne iiiueh j
Imis been done towards wakinr a can-
vbsk, and stnee the Democratic Exec-
..live C.-tnmittee has now cimmittod J
lUnI.U........... 1 I .! ...
I 'V wt . ni, n. , jut-
aOln wbutbor individual opinions
ought to bo thought out In conflict
wllh tho general determination, at
the rUk of that harmony hi id Real
which alone can hold out any liojies
It la qnestloiioblc, tH, whether,
haviug gone so far, it is not wiser to
jo than to turn back. A lukewarm
enntrst will make us ridiculous, but a
MIi i tod and Judii loiisctiuvass will not
lull Ii. .!.... ....I... 1.. T. ........ I!.. ...
.... .V u..H.,wu in in, miuir 11 inn now, 1
nnd the answer to the question alsve
bingeseniirelyiu,.,, this point. If!
we are going to hesitate and trim,
hold bile); here, and go forward theiv,
Itwere Mferto reUre at once and!
Mim ndiT unconditionally. If, ho--ever,
the canvas Is vigorous und de
termined, ail dilll-rcDco of opinion
vilt yiuld Ij the luidor ltupulso and
tlie work Is pivcl forward with wnl,
energy au;l growing coulhlcncc.
Tiru Commit tiv, it is fir
Kiline, areiiipos-esloiiop,il,I,copin- (rlH, , , , been M;rted by a strong guard of, n'" or discreetly ,v ...en'o'eloek a disturbance occurred on the
Ion on this point, and being elolliod flWl' , u i.Ti .1 ' the nulltla ami Loyal IsB-uersout '' nake somo allowance" for tho' oorncr at llourbou and Cuuai slreeU.
withauihorltv toact, their proelama- ftlll,,w'" the.rgrasp. f tho county to the .stateof Missouri. ; " vanlllt of human ih fhrnt of a confectionery, oueof the
, . , 1 ,' , ualiiie, nntl look upon It as , t. f,,n v fim ilonu , e resorts which wua at tlm
Wb lay before our reader, to-dny,
the addrwmof tlie Democratic Execu
tive Committee to the people of Ten
licobco. AnlvlilMwe do mot, and
never can mnrse it entire, com
mend It to tlie thoughtful coiiHltleru-
tlon of all. It settles tlie question of
a can yo.hu .fur the PrewKUiucy in Ibis
State. We differ with the committee
on the qtte( ion of ftfro wiffrago, and
while roHolved to ndhoro to our hon
est convictions' on that 'point, wo shall
tlrrow 110 obstacle In the way of others
in the exercise of their rljrht to differ
ent opinion, or their cfl'orU to make
(hat opinion availuUc in the cunra.
roliticMjly, the SUtei nil adrift, and
should tlio time ever coino when the
Bhlp of filntc Will obey the liclm of
justice and Jruth, this grave question
will only be one of the many to bo
niljusted in order to right the ship nnd
ninke the voyage prosperous.
Not tle.ilving to dwell upon this
point of conscience about which each
unlet bo his own father confessor, we
reiterate tlie appeal of the Commit tee
for a thorough urirftnilntlnn of the
Democracy in -vofv e.itintv. town
and civil tibtricf. Canvass or no can-
vase, this Is nn imnortnnt m..v: voto(n Immediate orgnniration and a
or ,lo votei lt lg ooutinl to know tlie
Conservative etreiixth, and to so or-
r--- - '
j gnii js,,. t that it may bo available, on
fronting an unarmed mnjority with
threats of extermination and provok-
j nff coIHhIoh by neUof nrei)ii aud
words of insult, 1.4 n condition that de
mands combination aud preparation
for self protection. Life, liberty aud
property are endangered, aud thenrst
iaw of nature Is theonly one to which
we cull nppt.ni for ro,hcss of wrongs.
There was on last Saturday night,
a Joint meeting of the Junior and
Senior Democratic Clubs, at which
several electors wero appointed for
, the county. As tlie report Is publiuh-
ed In another column, we shall offer
no comment on tho proceedings, but
procoed to express tho hope that tlie
electors will enter, early and ear-
nestly upon the canvass, resolved to
do all in their power to win over to
the cause of poaco and liberty every
.man amenablo to reason. Even
where love of justice Is dead, appeals
to self-interest will have their weight,
and it is not impossible to convince
even the negro, that the ruin of the
whiten of the South, Involves his
own, and that tho overthrow of the
government must entail upon them
a slavery far more grinding than the
6ne from which they have escaped
tho slavery of hopeless povertv, to be
followed by ultimate extermination.
When the demand for labor ceases,
through the ruin of those who now
need jt, the negroes will learn, to
their sorrow, . that the right of suf-
frago will furnish them 110 homes
and iwiastcd freedom, no bread. Their
carpet-bag and scullnwag friends will
fill tlio offices and fill tlieir pockete.
leaving their collored dupes to die of
starvation, without aid or sympathy
from their present pretended friends.
arc begged to work, do not look Into
the future far enough to sco that the
farmers here, staggering under the
weight, of Radical taxation, aro bo
oming, every day, loss able to hire,
and that ultimately, their waning
fortunes will result In little land to
work and little need of labor beyond
that of their own hands. Then the
negroes will beg for work nnd not
find it, ami curse, too luto, the devils
who have ruined thcni. This is tlio
future of this country under Radical
rule. Teach the negroes to see lt, and
that rule will cease. .
Last Monday furnished a striking
commentary upon Radical recon
struction. A bogus election was held
to deetdo tho assessment of u tux for
'lance of unhlusliing knavery
The question was decidedly unpop
ular with the substantial and intelli
gent citizens-not beeauso they tire
opposinl to free schools, but because
'hey Juslly iipnielu nd that the fund
t I raised, 011 their nronertv. is to!
l.an.lled by U,o party that stole thel
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ov ,111111, mid film (HO St'UOOl
.'til Im ..1 ,1 1. 1 ll.. ..I ...III 1 . .
... v , 111 nmiu under tne
nianageinent of the came thicvisli
v e should Ins proud to see a llrst-
elivss Mhool, ujm)ii the free system,
established here, hut lot - I
.1 i! .. , . : ""t'"Oiie itiuuenl In th s count vi and.nl-
that tlirectlo,, lie measured by Justice, though the excitement liV, heJn ,,.
nii'i every uouar culillded
110 such condition
Hut we look for
in fliU,..wn. i
111 1 nis case: Iu-
noranee aud Inlustleeliavo 1m-
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un.11 i-ij- m 11 iii-ii Willi 1
deli inu nt 141 the cause aud wrong to
the ta .payors. This Is our our op.,,-'
" 't U erroneous, the future will )
. 7 !
1 tliiUf Af lho i.....,.l . il i i. a
u in-Ill liiivo lm 1 1 ,-
I ' llU c 1,11 ,U T, " K,;vw-"'-"-
loi.cd upon Ihcni. This U theonly
ei"11 Ol IIIU lilUI ICM III I II l V- I linl
ptoi'e unit i vcr delibcrntcly irave
half n milli.ui of iu... .....1 . .. .1
mhii.1 inilll.... f -
Imii, tlie ineancf-t and most
Hi pri f Itlkt Y '.1- nvLt.J I - HVM t lilt lLl.,.1.1 ....... ., ..! MllIllTI'riCO iritltllt fltlliirKtlltiui ..a. f .. w-,. I f . 41 . . . . v
Conorkss met on Mondny, with a
quorum In the Hcnute, but none In
the House, and adjourned until the
10th of October. That once august
body , has dwindl'i-.dowit to a mere
committee on fleet Ions. Jlio country
, could Btand the deep degradation of
the legislative branch of the govern
ment, were it not that It reflects dis
grace upon government and people.'
A MOTE THE BlfTnT.SIRECIIOT.
County i.ofnK lo Work In
Thoronrh Ora-nuiaallon. nitd
Appointment r n roitnty Kloe
lor and Alternates.
Pursnnnt to previous announce
mcnt,! ah 'enthusiastic meeting of the
j Democracy of our county assembled
at tlie ixinrt-nousc, on Kntu relay even
ing lttt, when Qcn. J. O. Hornber
gor was culled to the clinlr and Cluy
Roberta appointed Secretnry. ,
The meeting was ably and elo
quently addressed by Gen.' J. Q.
ITornborgcr, Gen. W. A. Qtmrles,
I Horace 11. iAirtmi, Esq., and others,
lM,,f wl,,,,n urSwl the Importnnco of
vigorous prosecution of the canvass.
The following named named gen
tlemen were appointed a Central
Executive Committee for the county,
with power to meet at an early day
and select an elector, assistants und
alternates: Win. M." Daniel, F. P.
Gracey,' B. W. Johnson, H. II. Lur
ton, W. A. Quarles, I O. Anderson,
J. G. Ilornberger, J. E. Bailey, N. L.
Thomas, J. W. Jones, Clay Robert,
H. C. Merrltt.
On Tuesday evening last, the board
as appointed by tho meeting of Sat
urday evening, met and organised
permanently, by the appointment of
W. M. Daniel, Chnlrman ; Clay Rob
erts, Recording Secretary; II. C.
The board then went Into the elec
tion of an Elector for Montgomery
county, when J. W. Jones, Esq., was
shown to bo the unanimous choice,
and was consequently nominated.
Tlio following named gentlemen
were appointed Assistant Electors:
MoElroy, Minor Quorles, Jno.
P. Campbell, P,
J. O. Roblus.
Tho following named gentlemen
wore appointed Alternate Electors:
W. A. Quarles, Horace II. Lurton. !
J. E. Bailey, R. W. Johnson, and G.
7.', , ,
lho following named gentlemen
W ' . 1 1 . . 1 .
c ure juciiseii 10 sco so mucn ue -
termination manifested by our friends
and know that it will result in much
good. With such nn organization as
this, composed of the leading citizens
of our county, thcro is no wny of es
timating tlie good that may be effect
ed by it. These aro truly tho "times
that try mens' souls;" and every man
should do his duty. It is not for per
sonal aggrandisement, nor for the
nariv lxilitliis thnt.
iU,v-so uo to- nr. it iir-n-ViMrHmrrfipSf
tlon or constitutional
prosperity and happiness of the no
blest pcoplo upon earth, and we
might with propriety say, for the
poor pittance of being permitted to
remain quietly nt home, attending
to the usual avocations of life, with
out being robbed by our unscrupu
lous nnd heartless oppressors. ,
Now that wo have a thorough or
ganization, we hope soon to see our
gallant County Elector filling a list
of appointments pn 1 our Executive
Committee getting up a rousing
WAl.NCT UnoVH, ('HOOKUP t'BFRK,)
, Curnill fouiily, Aik., Huyl-K. i
On Sahliath last, at tho conclusion
of the religious services, the whole
congregation were thrown Into the
utmost consternation by the sudden
and rapid tiring of pistol in its very
midst. The shrieks of the nllrlghtod
women and children, in connection
with the pell-mell rush of the Inno
cent and unsuspecting congregation,'
doubtless thinking they would le in
stantly murdered, wero hideous in
tho ext reme. Five men were Instant
ly Mint down, ntrnlnst whom no
charges could hojuntly preferred, save
only that they were Conservatives or
Democrats, A Sir. Ferrand, an ex
Fedenil soldier, died, Instnirtly. A
Mr. Thomas died the next tiny, and
Chnrles l.amh Is not expected to live,
while tho other two, Wnmic and
Koliert Lamb, It Is thought, will rc-
was shot for having on an ordinary
!,'"",, duster a fashion adopted bv
"e "tl,'K',,i" '',r Irryvllle Academy,
young Vnen of "the 'rin rv-theV(th
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ltii(U) lslievingitto Na'K. K. garb i
when, in fact, 110110 of the Klan are
among us. As an evidence of the
m 11 rderons Intention of this lawless
liandlttl, they deliberately informed
soma 01 ineir snppossl friends t lien
on tne gniunn or their beastly design
1 MOn'.,. "n lemK-rats to
'ense almost to ftenzy, yet nothing
,M11'" ,',ne by Wl Xmw to br,n
"',4 l''itnl assassins to account lv
.,i,r,, v. ..1..11 1... 1 i...-.i.-
; ........ Mi, iiviipiiijut iiiu
loyal militia, ns it was their lm.
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ii'ihh' vijt rwuril Milty, WOlllil sie
. Illw" ,n.""pted by their I,eglsla
wondmus amaement of overyliodv
these very cut-throats went li'nmcti'-
'?, to their o 11 kilh and kin (the
lllllllllllltll llltlll'f'llflll lll)iliraua-t..
generally known that runners were
- ent pretty well throughout t he co.m- i
try to raily and bring togither the!
I ! I I II lllltt I
nirgest possihle nunils rof the I'nlon '
I League, let they should have Is-en
!ver - r.w. red and the criminals 111-
It Is now stated, and generally bo
were appointed a Finance Commit- lllsPmyeu nis name us "Attorney
toe: N. L. Thomas, J..' W. Jonos. ' fi'IColIoctorofClnimsagain
v ( a. ..I..- 11, ' Hie government, wnereor mat we
1 . w. A..UU..U aim . v. -uernu manv thousands in- tlin trulv
t'EM. BTT1IE WAT. ively Irritating those Torn' whom it
I.ognu and Yatea on a Bender. .. may come and to desire nothing so
. ,T"tiii tx much as to crowd pride into tin laet
The HprltijrflcM (Illinois) coitc- possible corner. , ,
ponduit of the 8t Louis Times! j From the; account .of our coitos-
wrltea under late of the 15th Inst! : f jioiuleiit trstcliiig tlirVmpb. parts Of
Two liadicM orators have bccome,Teu)iatea ut htvt the wmA name
"disabled In the tine of their duty" to in the mouth of radical censure we
their party In that Htnto during tho' arc satisfledthat the Ktata Liiu acoii-
paxt week. ' General John A. Logan, jdl tlon that would Insure quiet aud
candidate for Congress for the State coinpletobcdJoneotolnwoo,thopart
at large, was to drunk at JoUet that of tlio peopt'a If It .wcrev law that U10
he was unable to speak in that city authorities endeavored to administer
on Tuesday last, and, the complaint 1 and not poITtteal passion and private
having assumed a chronic form, the. hate. In any coiutuunitv ami in any
fuitliful aro notified that the great time there are nlWffjn laVy men dl-
war-dog of the party In the Interest, contorted men, fellows conomliy at
of GiKf-and-humanity wil not be, war with society. Just now thesa
nhleto All his shaking appointments fellows In Tennessee take to the pollt-
for eome weeks to come, and Gover-; ical tlodge, and, rushing to Kath villa
nor Oglesby has been detailed by the or other centers, report themselves a
wire-pullers to supply Ijogan's place, victims of Kuklux outrages: and this
how dick yatks went AsTUAY. is the eapiui that Brownlow works
Senator Kiehanl Yates, of the upon, because ho desire to work in
Washington Temperance Society, ! that wa v. Society has pests enough'
has hecn smitten with an attack in the quarrelsome people -who can-
of the snme disease. He was to not carry the results of their ill nature
epealt at Danville on Wednesday, but beyond the domestic circle. Itisa.
was too drunk to stand, and was ' pity that tho quiet of tlio country
therefore put careful ly in bed by his should be : threatened by thepromi-
compatriots. It washoped he might 'nenco of such a diameter in nubile
be sobered sufficiently to fill an ap
pointment me next uay uc uecatur,
but he somehow got at the whisky
again, and when the train arrived
which was to carry him to the latter
itlneo. he wns in his 'normal oonrfi.
itirtll " pTi-nlrt Knunrl Vncf Iln.l Wa(i
wait and pass at Danville, and Rich
ard having been conveyed to the rail
road station, saw a train bound Enstr
nnd Insisted on getting on board in
spite of tlio earnest representations
of his friends that he Miould travel
West instead of East. All wasof no
avail. The unfortnnnto Senator was
in his most patriotic mood; literally,
he knew "no North, no South, no
East, 110 West," and when Inst heard
from he was In tho Interior of Indi
ana, firmly persuaded that he was on
tho direct route for Decatur.
ljlfTIKU THE VEIIji ' ;
WcAdtrnrd, (he fltsr', ;of Felony
From tlm Nonhvillt) Jlonner.l
A fellow named Woodward, who
has gained a little notricty of late in
certain misrepresentations of General
i' orresi in a letter to tne Cincinnati
Commercial 'In an exceedingly low
fellow offensive 1 n his person swng
geringanddisgustingly familiar In his
manners, and tho biggest and tlie
most unblushing liar in his discourse
that ever drew sustenance from the
Radical party. 8oino time ago he
published a disgusting niece of scan
dal about General Meade and a mnr-
ried lady or Atlanta. The Knoxville
Pre and Humid, throwing some ad-
ditional light upon his rather dark
cnoraciur says mat "about a year or
1 wougo, miner 1110 pretext 01 garner
ing material for historical romance,
made a prospocting tour Ui rough
East Tenuessee. Ho was then the
correspondent of all the great North
ern lights of radicalism. Herustica-
if" 'Vhts or rathca ism. I
ttHl awhile at Clinton f
Knoxville, nnd finally ;
haven of rest at Mary ville,
I (IV 11.1
. -. -, . -
; couiuy 01 iiiouiu. ins career wan
""cr, hut brilliant. Suffice it to say,
his villanics soon found him out, and
wun carpet-nag 111 nana, . 1
"Hp folded hi tent liko nn Arab, ,
And iwsllimtly stole nway."
At the next term of theFnitod
States Court thereafter, held in Knox
ville. two indictments wero found by
tho Grand Jury aaalnst this same J.
11. A oodward-e 1 for forgery of
claims against tho United States
Government, ond the other for felony
In conspiring with others in divert,
rr owwiirq hub never qeen arresteiT.
Three Indictments are still pending
against him In the Federal Court in
Knoxville, and at the timo he was
interviewing Forrest, tho scoundrel
was a fugitive from justice I He dare
not to-uay snow his villainous fac in
Knovillc, und the matter of greatest
surprise is, that an, alias cnplus bw
not been sent for his arrest to Nashf
vui, ut wuien piaco 110 was last Heard
from. Forgery and eonsniracv to do.
fraud, however, aro only two of ids
lesser crimes. He was a confessed
tool and pimp of the notorious Baker
in cndavoriiiK to procure fatso testl.
mouy to convict Andrew Johnson of
complicity with tho assassination of
i resiuent jdncoin.. Tins untl much
more could bo proven on the scouiii
rel here, were it, worth tho trouble to
8ut:h is but one of the many mis
creants sent among the people of tho
South to Hood the North with Ilea In
aid of tho Sumncrs, Logans, Asldeya
iiu 10 wiiuiu wiey are nt
A ta'ntltVtTIOIUAL Bl'tlY.
IlroH iilow fbf Kml Cnnao or Ibe Dl
Mllei'Uon null Troubles iu
Prom tha Kew York lli-ruld, 8citcmbcr 11
Governor Brownlow lias issnnd a
conditional call for troops to keep tlie
the peace in case tho peace shall hap-
lvu i" '- "iimni, unci 10 nni down A
l.nur n.lu,1ll... t ...... !..!.. . '
..v., iijr uimj i-un get one
iiji. 110 snys, -j can usn tlie good,
loyal and patriotic white nnd colored
people of every county iu the State
ia jrooceu witnont delay and raise
companies of loyal, able-bodied men-"
and further, whethcrany of the com-
iiiuiies so rormcu win ever bo called
nto actual service "will depend en
tirely upon the conduct of the people
In tlio several counties." Ho prefers
that "these troops sball lie raised In
K ast Ten n essce. " where the mxinlniin
l(; mostly or ono way or thinking pollt
lf,lealtv. The point of Brownlow'i
. . - "-. ... v
proclamation, therefore, Is that he
wl,ll's the men of his party to havo
nn organization more or less military
eharaetcr, nnd gives thcin a fair
pretext for lorminir themselvim inf..
companies nud regiments and drill
ing that ho fears for the public peace
though ho does not see that it Is In
Immediate danger. Tho man who
thus delllicratelv prepares for a public
disturbance under pretense of an ef
fort to prevent It can never be at a
loss for occasslon to use his troops as
his temper may direct when they are
Itrownlow hlmselfls thr-
of trouble iii Tennessee. Ir thatState
Is less quiet than others or the South
ern States It Islieoausollrownlow bus
mado It so. No doubt there Is a
strong secesh element there, and there
Is quite hs little douht that tho vaisir-
llliru of W11.1. 1 IT. i..... I . 1 I. .
I i i V. "l inentti-
l" heymour party have en-
"'nrag.;d the old rclu-l element wl h
tne "lotion that their day had como
. a "I
iut inert are 1110 same reaa
ons for niienslncss In every r-iuie that i
was In the fotife-Ieraey, und wo hear!
only from Tenmsec of any
to enroll trooiis.
Alia- I tll-llll fir irilJ'IHBMt.- - I H I1 II' lat 111 Oil lllfillieil 1 f r s
life: that the country should hear the
murmur of war, even though faintly,
because nn irritable, Ill-natured, narrow-minded
und pugnacious man
happens to be Governor of Teunosse.
Au(HJSTA,GA.,Sopt. 21. A fearful
riot occurred at Camilla, the county
scat of Mitchell county, Ga., last
Saturday.- The following particulars
bridge, twenty miii from tho socne
of the riot : - 1 1 . ,
Pierco, the Radical nominee for
Congress, and Murphy, an ex-ltureau
agent, with about 0(W negroes, arned
and pquipped, etartetl on Friday for
Camilla, with three weeks' provls
lens and boxes of new arms and ac
coutrements, their intentktn lieing to
overawe the citizens. . Bofore start
ing, some friendly negro exposed
their plans, und a negro eourler was
dispatched .to Camilla to Inform the
oitixenswhat was going on. A depu
... v -Jt n ev-c-K"MlllHI infill -DHII1
tation or throe prominent citizens
met tho mob at a church, Ave miles
irom town. : . :.,.
Tha Governor's proclamation, for
bidding armed organizations, - was
rend, but tlie mob paid no attention
to it, and determined to march on.
Aagain the deputation remonstrated,
entreating tlie negroes to come In
without nrmg,:nnd they should not
be molested. Their efforts to dis
suade tlie negroes were fruitless, and
the luob marched Into the town with
banners flying and drums beating.
They now numbered 4o0, many hav
ing joined them on the route. They
halted nnd clamored for a mrtn nam
ed Johns, who, In company with Dr.
Pritz, presented himself, when ft
hundred gnns were leveled at them.
The former, being Intoxicated, fired,
nnd tlie riot qommonccd, the mob
firing at every otic they could see.
The citizens, white and colored, ral
lied, gathering alut fifty stand of
arms. The mob was vigorously at
tacked and driven back, and, panic
stricken, took to flight. The negroes
were pursued fivemilos, losing thlrty
flvo Killed and many wounded.
Tlieir loss, so far ns ascertained, will
ne rrom seventv-nve to one nunureu
In killed and wounded.
Owing to a panic In the mob. only
five whites were severely wounded.
The colored citizens of the town are
reported to have rallied promptly
with the whites In defeating the
mob. The stores nnd munitions of
tho latter wero captured. . At last ac
counts Camilla was quiet.
IttCHMONP. Pent. 21. There was
groes were present. Resolutions were
adopted declaring a want of confl-
Uom-e In the Itepublican Stuto C'en
trai Committee, becauso it is not 1
favor of Justice and equal rights to
1 he hocrctary or tlio Htate Ccn-
trai Committee obtained a heuriug
ior nve minutes, and spoke in dental
of the charge ngaiust that body, but
the resolution wus passed by aecltt-
lllilLlUU. , . .
New Ohtxans, Sept. 19. Th
Senate vestowlav nnssil finnllv th
negro equality hill, which prohibits
distinction in any place or pnhllo re'
sort or public oonvovanee, under pea
..1... . a j 1 . .
mijr ui a line una imprisonment,
MEMPHIS, Sent. 21. A Little Book
dispatch to-day suys all tho postoffices
Deiween x.ittlo Itock and Washing
ton, ai'k., a uisiance or l'Jfi miles,
havo beencloseil in order to stot tlio
circuiuuou 01 uouscrvative papers.
-1 i .1 . .
Nahhvm.i.f:. HcdI. fil. Both colltlon.1 nniv.
Liim 111 iinn nuiw) Hin now conunoiing ine
onnvfwui wun tin ;iiioNt extrnonunury v Ikoi.
and iw fur ns unn hr lenriic'l there in 1101 ihp
aliyhtoKi lntimldntlon from one end of the
Still 11 to the oilier, bauh imrty holda Iti
muviuiKH unnioiKKiuu, and wnere llieuau
vain U a Joint one. im la llin rnse In union
iiirici, tne very bout fouling la main
The Demoerntii have nnnnlutert nil lliel
eliHitom nnd nom lv nil thflr Conirrraslonul
ciindlilntiM. ami tholr KprHkorxand ainviiH-nt-ra
lire now iimUlns a iltuul act lor the ool-
ori'U void. 1 11I8IHIIK1 Ki'y-uiSi of the nun
rawi on the Ikimorratlr hIiIp. ami wlmt will
barbemiK and pulilio fpiwtluK nolhlns I
IH.-IMK n-ii iiuiiouiiiiir tlu-i-ouvi rsl'in of the
HPinoiR. That a lurgr iminlwr will votu I he
iH-iiiornitiu llc Ki-l tliero m llitlndonlit, nnd
Home of the wliltn lalurs aro aanaulne
MioiiKii 10 is-tii-voiliut tliiiHtuUioan buour
rled for Seymour aud Illuir.
Wasiiinoton, Sept. 21. The Hen-
ate was called to order at 12 o'clock.
I'rayer by ilev. Dr. Gray. The read
ing of tlie Journal was dispensed with
Mb. AM'iiONY oltered the fol
lictulvcd, bi the Senate, the lloutte
eonourrtn;, 'that the President of
the Senate and the Kneaker of the
House udjouni theirlresiKictl ve Houses
until noon of the ltUi of October,
and they then, unless othurwlse or.
dereI, furtlier adjourn tlieir resnect-
. f 1 .:i .1... ,..,. .
iivb iiuiuxa 1111111 me nan 01 iNOVem
Ist at noon, and then, unless other
wise ordered, further udiourn their
respective houses until tho loth of
November at noon, and then, unless
otherwise ordered, further adjourn
their respoetlvo" houses until the flint
Monday in ueeciiioer at noon.
The IIouso was culled to ordor at
13 o'clock. I'ayer by ilev. JloynUin
Hie H PEAK Kit unuouueeil that
tho recess Having expired, the House
hud resumed IU session.
Itcading of the Journal was dis
Mb. HClIEXClv ofTi-rcd a resolu
tion of adjournment, tho same as of.
fi red by Mr. Anthony In the Senate.
Mr. Sclienek's restitution was ugreed
to without divisions. Messrs. ilnsiks,
l Udridge aud ltaiidall declined vot-
Xew Orleans, Sent. 22 Mid-
dispersed hastily. Thr cab stands
were 'deserted- and- th- buildings
closed dnring. tlio melee. (Several
persona were hurt, but no fatal Inju
ries re yfrt heard of. At 11 o'clock
not a negro was to bo soon ire tho vl
cinlry except those of the police force.
WASinxaTON, Sept. 21. The case
of Surratt was called this morning,
Iwlbro Judge Wylle, in tlie Criminal
Court. The counsel on both sides ap
peared as before. Tlie' Distrlet At
torney stated his resdiuvss to psorced
1tt .the consprncii .guBinttnt,'
having deckled to enter a nolle pro.
2n the murdar Indictment. He filed
letter from -.Attorney Generai
Brownlng,4ipprpvrng his course, ti'he
nolle pros, was entered, and the case
tlieN oalled on the conspiracy IndK't
ment. The defense exiMsacl their
surprise, as tliey had prepared to try
tlie murder Indictments They, nuked
postponement till to-morroW ' to
mnko a spoclol plea, scttrng fortH the
amnesty prooiaination of the 4th of
July hist, tw (fefense.Tb Judge as
sented t the imstpoHcmeur till to
morrow. ', 5 1 , L ' t
Wi W. BRADLEY
irot'i,D nrapRrTFt'bM.y txroitM
?T tl cltlMsiiNolX'lurkHvllloamt vkiiul
ty.thut he haa Jutopeued,lt!iolti -
Afc entirely new and fresh stock of goods,
contorting of . , ,
Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes,
HATS AND NOTIONS.
Wtilrh will besnM to thrrn1SftS ohpsn ns
tliej uin be bought any whvru iu the Htatu.
MR. WM. "BALTHROP,
A (rfnttpman wnlland fuvornlily known to
the ucoploor IhUiaiid adjoiiilua conntlw.
has wen employed, and would b ploamsl
to X'e hi old frtonds and customon.
IVrsnns coming to fJurksvllle with thf
View of buvillff KorxlH. would do woll tornll
nnd cznmine my stock. as
fuul laUsJled I
UMHIV untlafac'tlou prices,
W, W. BR4DI
ClarkHVllle, Tcnn., Kept. l ltis-t(
A. L. STCAIIXr H. O. H. mml UtOKTOX,
st Part, Norton & co.,
(Huceewora lo Hewitt, Norton A' Co.,,
' Ka. nn Common Nrrect,'
CunalsnmenU of Tooneoo, Flour. Grain,
ProvlBlon and other produce aoliuited.
Sopt,2j, 1868-ly , , ,
Siollre to thq ('redltors offfm. Din-
..T.I.t-f In WWdUj. TK.lf,-.,, L'
AliI'TKltfOKH 'ltnt.lAN-f Cl.AIMS
. HKiUnat Wm. JUiwlldl nrrticrphy no
tllliHl to II io the snme with one of the tin
dnmlKiied, nroporly aiithentiuated, on or
hi-fnin the fit day of Januury next.noeord
tnit to the tormaof coiujirnnilMeaKreod mion
between the sull Win. Plnwsldis and his
(THdltoin, whrn on thnt day 11 pro ra.' din
trlhiition of the flmt taymntun the nron-
erty eonreil by the unid creditors from the
HoiillMnv lilille will lie rnnde, the snld prop
ci ty hiivlim own sold by us. tho flint ny-
iiii-iii .tii wiiiiMi in 10 oi! iiiiMH on ine nrxi
dny of Jniinsry next. A fiitlnre to comoly
Willi tikis aotluo will ihuU In tholuKSof
thu eiiuBia, 1 v - John w. Miu.iiy,
Mept. 4, 'OUlff : ' '
' FALL ' AND j WINTEK,'
Gentlemen's Fumisning doodsi
T AM NOW IN Ttftt'EltTOF TIIE LATt-
MenV KnrnlNhliiK HocxI. evrr lironi(hl In
tbla tnnikot, and deaira Ihut tha IrH.llnn
nubile Khonld enlt und look riiioimli mv
L Ii'SI Illil't 11 KiiuiIV Mm le I'loliiiiiu mill
MiM-k before miikliiK their piirehnm-H. I will
nntHiiy thnt my koimIh are eheer than
tlieveiin lm luel i lsi-where. but leuve IliU
(jueKtlon to he derided by tho. who wNh Io
purehHue. All! link If 11 fnlr inxM.eiion ot
(juulilunand prleea. Myaloek iMentirely
The goods arc all
WELL CUT AND MADE,
and I hnve no henltnney In anyliiK that I
eim piiia yen, If you will only give nw a
iritu. J nilllll nr-ll lor
aud tho very
, r 1-
LOWEST LIVING PROFITS
will lie put on every thins In my bonne.
Ivililhlislied In iHk'i. Una Iioiimi hu hud
aucciMiiliil biuineiM enpi-iiuuce of
ndoiiffht hy thU time to he able to nffiwl
emhriieea nil 1111.1II1 ii- of uihmU from ibu
uneii-ivauuuti' 10 euftluiuiw. 'lim utoi-li
n'l to the hivhevt urnA-n, und a n unrilN
yie and wurfciiiiinhlp 1 iiimiii mmi.
ould I41 pli-aiil to have you enlf aud lHik
ili'llull, tielllK illttled you will tlll'l nulllu
nl iinliiiH'iueubi to wurrunl a purehime.
Hniettihir Ihnl all aood aold here are
uf muled a rupriManird al tiui ut mile.
K. K. Mi'TI.I,0 II.'
Hept. 1, WilUlf
IDES I HIDES!! HIDES!!!
TK Wft.t. PAY TH K IfiOflKHT MAE
If kit prn fnratl Hide, dell vrreit at oar
liioneryon rToni Ktr.wt, linrkxllle, 1 en-
FALL STYLES OF HATS
M. D. PITMAN & CO.
: r t . . . '4 it..-
..... n ..i-. ...... v iiii-, nil fio-ii mm
boa, b ubw complMo nnd r lah-t styloa,
nn. .lAnH IT.. 1. A...t f r. .. ... 1
rf5r?i W'e am alan
1. si'T -vi- reeollna
ig 1 ouiniinite aionK
Pools t Shum,
- . .Vllll ll 11 11 V I!
' iMTn tmnRht
for rnsli, sint
will lm mild at
Out RtnrR: of Vilrlilaailna; (lexMta Is full
and Hlliiteli ve, coiitiiuua nil the. latest
novelties III Ties, flows nnd Hearri.
Bull Liiilhor Tranka, Vnllaea, Ilnnilhnfes,
C'uuw, Ulovea, Unilrlias,ol,al low rati'.
h. 1 1 ll.UAJI iiu.
Opposite Ihe f onrt-honno..
ChirkKVllU', Kept. lmr-lf
BOOTS AND SHOES!
a ? 1
WM. W, VALLIAHT, v
HATS and CAPS
. WM. IV. VALLIAXT.
VAM.tANT I NOW F
relvkne. illrtei fixMa thabntanannfao
en in the
1 L lilted ISlutcH, the best stock of
: 1" ftojii .? f j
Boots. Shoes, dec.
he tin ever nfrrreil thrpuhlle. Rnnaclnlat
tentlon Iiiih been ulven to theonulit v of tha
KOihIk, nnd he In fully eoutldenl t hut Miliafoo-
nun win oe piven in tnia pariiimior. Ill
pricoK none ulinll be ehiiupvr.
I have this neuron iiuulu a Kpoclulty In
and lm-lt n ewnnluallon oC my ntnrk.
. - ...I -..'A
11 .: itTr.'TT?Ti''"
1 tmd ether ' '
I Juiyc a vary fine atouk of
r -a v,i !-!': n f
GENTS' LINEN BOSOM SHIRTS,
cheaper than the market. - T r rT
A mil from hover In reMpeetrnlly Mllfitrd
weiora iiiiiKiUKineir p.rvnamvb y j
AV. W. TAILIANT.
Sept. 11, WH-am'.
IV 11 AV
1? I lfc I
twccusQrf fti j.
:'i ,-i ;-: T i - 1 '.I i
i i.Nr .; :.
1 eiiieui, lluuKe-iuiiiislllllK liooun, ruilll,
riow.Corn Blinder, iniuwl.'utlvra,lA'ath-
WiiKon nnd lhiKisy Timber,
Shoe and Null,
u. 1. .. ...... i. .... . L . . .7. . . .... '
A I) V 118,
l'arMoite', 'wopem', Illnekwnilha' nnd
ihoeToi.jii,Siiw fit all kind, Axea, Null.
Chuiric IiOaka and Hiunca.
In otnef whnlH, we kiii oatii nrm6t In
niiiin ralilej.u hlcli. u will auii iu. Uiwiwt
ni 1 it-nn 11 nil i.m-i., iiiiiniiiern, iiiiii-ueiK, ril
, W . i , . .. f (
, FaUlBiSKS' sr.UES.
nnd the Patent Iiou Double
A.N m.KdAKT AND
full auKH-tmeut of Il-
lVurl, Itul.y, He id I re nnd plain Gold
K.nllHh, flennra anil Amerlemt
UOLI) AND RILVEtt f'UAINH,
MOLID NII.VEB WABt,
it rutktrm, WMrm4 4m4,
I . ' '.
C A 8TOR8,
Klowcr abd r'mlt fctani!.
Kntfllata Kulvea and f'orki.
A large lot of real
in Oold, Bllvrr nnd Kteel rriunoa, at
Kahall keep on linnd n fnll anrt-
iiieiu 01 an Kiniu of (ihuMe. and
'uu mill nil. All uooila warrunt.l
rkpt. 11, lSgS-tf.
-- I" an, . j; t , ,. j
A Una aatoTlmetit at HKTH TIIOIIAM
CUU Ki-HImi 14 ,a,, al
June 15, ISM-ly,
v..u- v. Ji in. n. niwH
.Jawn. M Rt.lt, AO"T.
' Wlmleaal. and Retail Dealer. In
Staple nnd Fancy Drj toods,
, uats, cu's, Boors, snoKS,
I - ' THUWKB, VAUl'ES,
IIOSIBJIY, XOTIOXS, ETC.,
No. 8,tloiillililoof FriinkllnfUronl.aliinor
lllg Trunk. Call and nee them.
drmtm.n n. PintrHixo, R.H. IlBOAD
om. Jow r. Mashib, a w. Akolin.
Hep 18, lmW-tf. , .
. . .Ii. I i J (C. .
D. K1NCANNOX.. J. J. HAM LETT.
D. KINOANNON & CO.,
JRK KOW" liRCttlYEKii THE1H STOCK
TUwWood nnd Willow Ware,
whirh hnTticeti aelrcted with nn ryo to the
WHllta of Ihr nohlifi. -lileli fhvm-lll m.ll
cut-lip nn i oe cnenjiest. i nn nnd
f. lilNCANNO-T tX..
. 'Feb 1. lWS-Bm
r-kf it t - . I . .-t i J
' ' ttfi now-inVtofo'
TITEllt REW l'AU; GOODS
TIlnHtoek l ni
rime In evory denitrtinerit.
1 be.iri'roa hi 1 .
CFXTLLMEJi'S COOTS AND SHOES,
L10IKt' AN'il 1 (HlLUftKN'S SII0K8,
t arid In Ml klnA. ot H .
DomcKtlc, Woolen and Fanry
!oodsPand Carpctlngs ,
r and Oil ( lollm. i.V.V
, -1 .'... ..
Remember' ours Is liiU ON'j.Y horHK
aellliMiliUXE HC W''l "
j InlTormij; Low f asi tyjee
.'to- Ex try Body.)
AnareiirKPiiily Invlteit to ciill'aiid 'ana
the li.rt'.'-l nnif bunt Htoek rAiH- exhthltiM.
((.''U.iw. I ..i.'j .17
;?cPu u. 18-tf.,n.iJI ',' Tl'ZA.l )
fvf.ivJ,v.4, . J ,
R EA D Y T.1 A D E C L 0 T H I H G 1
. - ' - ' 1 ' if . t '
Gent's Furnishing Goods,
i ..t,i'.!..'.iti to. ! '. . r ; ; II 1 ,
Eats, Boots r.Shoea, TrunksVa
Uses and Umbrellas. , .
i.l f 111 I i I Vr;
Friiiillo nnd Str.iBhprrf ircrls.
( larksiilic, Tennessee.
''I'ti il. -.--if
f-H AVK A liPEDTO Olj n t'Lppu
,.Meriliant Tailoring BnsioeES,
ci.'i..i.i.."i. .ui , 1 t ,1; , .'
and hnve neeurert the aervieenof Mr. O A
K'i-iiiK, who bus wn for lilw wir roimliU'r
Weiulidl.a.s.,i t'ottur aiid Wmtinnn
Roiu-rullyk wlileli Jinether with Ibe Hint
cloths; D CAKSISEKES.
i.'-in-i -f -T r. 1 (.,... in-n 1
of every ileari Ipl Ion, cra.le nnl axlrenujy
hiw prlei-M, we hope to merit u emitiiinniiiw
tnowiHi1 n,H: Ubeially tiu-
.:. VI. ; ,la 1. ,!-.-
1'oi.r.ocK &c 00.
cha.(eiiy tn : op, 'a;Uh-
1 : I .
AJ in 'r v. tTeli nnd Crodlloni of
By virtue of a deeivq pf hn Oinneery
Court atl:lnrkKvHU.,l'i)nn., fondnrvd at tho
oetMbeir lerui JsiiJ, i ivlli ollar liir aal tvtba
hltfliiKt bidder, on the pienilww, on
MATVnfAY,HKPTEMI!KR, KiTI, 18(18,
The fine Pnrm lielonirlnu o the alafa of V.
A. Hiiiiu, UI. Till litrin eontiilu nbout
fKJnnin ti.iatrnnle.l.14 iiilloarroin Clark.
Wi w,,,i.".A"u,"l ia,iid wltliln mm
nilleof Jorl filulloi, 011 U, KilKelUld
KeutiiDliy ailiml. TU Itnuiwv.uwiiu.
eofiW 01 11 noiJ (laelllnir nad tit4nMa,
lino Miiblim and burii. 'i'lwhumi .h.ui
t b ree h 11 rid ivt I nere of I he Irnet rlenrcil, II111
Imlnnee be inr benvl v lln.lM.r.ui
tiiwadoilii lualUiutloii on Iherallmnd.
nnd tlie ehurniter ttt
"J, " ion in me niwi
H.liiilriil.li. fiHpm In llnnlii.iMii rv eonnlv
1 U rent.,1 for the pr.w,,t y, nr. I art the puj-'
ebawr will have the rluhl to put , w,
Tkiimm lhtenndtwnyenr'arrrcllt.,: A tten
will Ih. reserved, and note win, Ko"l .
Hirlty ro.,,.lre, or I he p.,rehuer; the uoUnl
lo bcur liiiuieKlfroindMii.. '
. . eHAt:ivi;'r.Ft)iti) Caxt '
print feet) Oil. nun au isis-JJ,, , ' .
t'uualr court r Stevarl
TiihiVmi"' y:""1"1"'"'!'". ''". , or
W lliluui U Luiou, iloceuaud, jduliillll,
lleewie,l . .i Vi' irT.' Y' V"".
widow M Willln'ii. ii ..Ti"l. ""'!.
lltiiriiM MllKiW, J,b Ohow, ir Murv K
Oluow apdVnn'm t'ol.n,Tfrri.liuia.''
aervrd iiiiuii lln aj 1 A i MiM-fore onl
that pablleatloii ha am. 1.7 fn font rnm-mm
We week. In lli ri.li kvllla Hiroiin l a.
newKpaia rpubHakeii lo uw cMv 01 ciWK
jrille, for ihvni lappeiiraltlir(Viur-linuM
! .. . V. "" ' "'er, 011 iuu nrat Al,, inlay
luOatoa. 1 iml .lii-fi ainl.li... tl .!L..f
aiinwvr or demur to the hill or oiuJlaim
or thawime will la. tnkeu hit aonluaatHl aud
wt Umt iMiuliui (mu w a lo UlMlil.
Au.a.)Mw.i ' vW.iUK,H.
A. A. MtHllll Ntld ll-MU UnKA IK -
liwiiyJiUriUu . i'oUoii, Mnry 1 ai'leL
furna rfy Mry CoIkoh, J, l-raiia. i'Vj
J ylha.n.lli-.1e,l,I1.a,ndKll1utl, ,'
IIIV illllllll III'IIH ILlltl llllrll..
ItappvartiiK from anidavlt nhsl In Ihla
mow lillit Charli . ila-ow. Job,, IJlaiaJlw
Mary K. u?.,w, WaV! Howard, dimt a
l ol,n, a7'oloi,.lnai. tjilwaT .iu,
Jliirlini olnon, rlKhl 01 lliedufeiutiuila uru
lloli-rHMldelll.ol ItiuMUlleof Teiiliua, au
that thu oidlnurv iimiiik i lm... I 1...
riHIK CO fAIlT.Vr'liKIII P Ki;HKT'H''frtK
I enUllaa uuU. ll fl, , iy..lrf fZrul'y
t Ualli. r. waadlawi lvi-d ), Ul d
if July, iW. l.y n.0l,,M,,,JV. Ur. TurK
ley UauilMirlwd to ut 11 rui uauiaTa
eilll ng p Hit bualuM. " "
W. II. Tl'HNI.KY.
Aug II. '0w. WAT1JUU,.