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other matter milMurvliiK private Interest,
will la churned for.
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are matter, of .pecinl coutrnrt.
M'M. llHOAIiM H.
JllBll. M. HICK, Au'T.
WM. BRQADDUS & CO.
Wholenule mid IloUll pealers In
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods
HATS, CArS, BOOTS, SU0KS,
HOSIEIl Y, XOTIONS, ETC.,
Ho. 8,Hniithldaof FniiiklliiMroet,lKnof
DlK Trunk. Call uml see them.
Htilemtm. 11. If. riCKKIilKO.U.H. IIROAO
urn, John ,1. Mash I H, C. W. Aniii.im.
Hop IM. lHclM-lf
P. H. PORTER, Agent,
; DKAI.F.R JN ' .
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, &t
FK AN' KLIN KTItEKT,
L YUKSY1LLE, . . . TENNESSEE,
f t AH.IIHT!!K K1VKPA I,AnOF,t,OTlF
11 WALL I'AI'fcH and BOKItEKK ul
ilm Inlest nlyle..
April 17, lmiK-tf.
DR. H. M. AC2LEE,
CbARKSVIM.E, TEXN., i ,
Office at till now th! Jdic on FrunUlin
iroet, twa doom. Hat. o llie F.ii"coiil
Church. Jan. 11, lHtiS-lf.
E. M. THOMAS,
Attorney at Law,
UHltf, on Strawberry Alley,
OLAItKSVILLE, - TENN.
Oct, 25, 18C7-1y.
J. G. ROBINS,
Attorney at Law,
OFFICKON HTIlAWRKnilY Al.l.KY.
Mntinlid attention paid to the collection of
April , l-tr.
A. F. Hmith, lateof Hinlth A Turnley.
1. ll.lli Ti HiMiw.laUof HutililiiKB(Jrlnlfi
1'.. W. Wrath H, lnl of TurnUy ,
SMITH & lUJTCHIKGS,
N.r. K, 1HH7-Iy.
w7h. & D. M. DORRIS,
Stoves, T I n w n r e ( Castings,
(iratis, and House Fur
r.vi-ry diTlplioii of TlllWHW
lirulf up in pnod rtyle.
Itoiimu nniHit'TTEr.lXC "fowpJlj
iUIcihIi U In.
6-y- II. I'. llOliniS will iiprriutcuJ tlic
tiirk iiml siili-smoni.
Si'ii. is, lHiM-tr
JiHIN K. SMITH. J. K. HSUTll.
JOHN K. SMITH k SON,
COTTON & TOBACCO FACTORS
(Jcncral t'tuninisslon Merchants
X(. 4 BROVO STRKKT.
NEW A'OlcIi. CITY.
V. V. SMiTIl will net a. onr Agent in
niiilviui; iidvunoei on cvunijnineuli.
1'Yb. 21, IHiiU-ly.
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llll I. m IhhIu nil tliu ,111 ul nepieiuuvr
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l idleitliili' " Ul
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Freiu li mill llerui.n, viuii
lirvk uud Ijilln
, o on
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V nliin. per dim n
Miiliieiilutuiii lv - im
.ln II. WKST, 1'ivk'I.
1'lnikitvllle, July ai, i If.
LOOK AT THIS"
AND EXl'Ol'RAGE HOME W0R
ii wive n ATFilN ci.aukkvii.i f.
v ..liner il ! I "mi 4 and ..
AiiliM m-. lrNa'iA MnlrmMt Me.
hnrn timUr M'tuuw ,
1 )(. and ltmrm. mm mil kfm ut Mom
It KM, uniilil ! pleiim'd In nwlie yoiiror
al bl luii un I'oiiiiui'ive .irei'l, next
, ...ir to li e rimii'li v.
MISS MtbtilK Mrlsm'KT
XSiUFNIliA II A lit FSTAH1.IH-
in. ul Ml Mix .1. THN-l Milliner) mini',
nuts . u. illinium . wncrv ine i.
,. 1 1 1 i u iii niKHi nil llie liulle. llll any
Kin i i iii.iiiiniii.il II. ui vtuik liny muy
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1 MO 2 MO 3 MO 0 MO
J SO 4 Ml Hon no
A 00 R (K 10 no lit TO
on io mi ii ui is nn
hi mi 12 ihi lit mi 2ii im
12 00 15 00 JO () 25 Oil
1.1 mi 17 00 24 Oil :rt IK)
IS on : ( 0
to mini on1 ui io nn iki
VOL.' 4. NO. 1.
JT. B. TAPSCOTT
rinni nnil pecificlioos of Riidirri fur-
iiifhnl, alw, of UuildiRg and Orimiurnlal
Ground., Work of every description coo
nccled witb building nicnsnred and calciila-
liil. Also, Mnuiiliuturcri Agont Tor strata
Knifinm nnd iladiinrry of every d rtptlon,
Iron Verniidnliii, Knilinp, VnrMiiicd Iron
Mnntlea, Uratea, Window Caiw, etc., Terra
Cottn Urnnmenlal Work, Chimney Toot, and
all kind, of Unilding Muteriul, llnubed and
unfinished, embraced in rnrpenlem work;
(.iulrnnixed Iron, Copper, Zinc, Tin, Slate
and coinponition tlonfiiifr.
All iMiiiieii intni.tcd to me will bo at
tended to promptly.
IfcUT I itlice, on Last ice or ruhlic Sqimre,
Cluikville,Tiun. Jan. 3, 1808-lf
i:. c itOACii,
Cotton and Tobacco Factor,
AND GENERAL '
So. 2Sf Carontlrlrt Street, J
: ' ' NEW ORLEANS.
Nor. 9, 1807 ly
TDKNBULL, KIRBY & CO.
Cotton and Tobacco Factors
No. O, Vnlon Street.
Ma. S. B. Pkat, Airent, will attend to ma
king advance, on Produce consigned to this
Sept. 14, 18C7-ly.
H. 0. YKATMAN,
Nasi, irille, Toun.
C0TT0X AND TOBACCO FACTORS,
n CARONDOLRT ST, Tl
IS 10 A V OltLEANH.
Jan. 1(1, 'U8-IC
WHEELER A WILSON
1IAVK JVHT HKKN
Awarded the Highvfit Pre
mium and only Gold
, Medal . ,
At the Purl. IfxpoilUoit In r.cc,
OVER tICHTY-TWO fOSPETITOBSl
MIKY TuoK Tfl K MUST PUEMU'M.
iil.it, n lollmv.: orlit V r nir, I. .union,
in In..!: I'arix I'.xnoHillon, in l.MII; all t'nlteil
siute. Kiiiix; tmee or ol'tener at till Mute
Kulrx nnd .MiH'tiniile liixtituliM; ami nt tin'
h'.unipetiii Inleriiutlonnl Kiilra of l.ina,
Kouiiisliuru, liunl.le, Aurnin, KreuiH, l)ul
lia, Htettln, t'liloKiio iiiul Wlsnuir.
It takes the lock Btltch, Sen with a
Revolt lug Ilook.l'hes no Shuttle,
has the hlslieKt upeed, and
Sews lleins. Fells, lit aid
Cords nnd Tnrk In
the most beauti
ful in nn ii or.
:iOO,000 Jfr a mad. tot t
iii- WAISU ANTKH TI1HKK YK.KM."
Illil MneblueH .illllHtid and Illllirovill
Mc ml llieii ti lib one l lnl sji.mi1.
iir Mm Mum ilellvvied uud luitlrui'tUiiiK
l ull unit examine, or inMreH.
iv. r noon,
.May -ii, IKOK-tuii
I. KIXI AN'XO.V.
J. J. 11AM1.KTT.
D. KINCANNON k CO.,
VitK miw ui:u-:iyimi I'lii'jit Kiucu
Till, Wood and Willow Ware,
which bit. Intii wlii-led with nil eye to the
uunl.ol llui public, wbieli the will .ell a.
i heap in I he elli a pest, l ull uml wi1.
1. KIM A NN ON & CO.
Hop U, IMti-Oin .
CARRIAGE FACTORY !
1'F. AltKKTII.l. M AK1NII AM. KINKS
I ul Hairl'i, Krkvn: mn JJr4
Hprlmc SVai,lil I lie IMM appl oVlil llll
lli, Uieb v ,-rarriint ej-i ui'iuniiylUliig
i-iild in till, iiimki't.
We ue I he iMut lnalerlul and wiirkiiuiii
.bip, uud ell i ii it I iwllNtiielioii. full and
uuv ua, eoruiir oi i i,niinere. mm iiin-iin,-.
ll.VKI.K A liKili 11K1L
July .1, 'IW If.
ICE CREAM SALOON.
1 IUHX A- F.I.Y 1IAVK IN KToliK A
.1 i lui'Kit anil vuiied iu.iiriiileul oi
roiu'cctlonorlcs, Notions, etc.
They have altaebisl n H.t KM I to I heir
esialilo-liuient. Mud having one of llie he"!
ln kelH in lite ',i. Iln.y are prepalvil In
llll lllll i'illiillien till evel l ilawil'lptliillid
i-AKHi and uhkaii, of Ibe iMtiiuahly. Far
tie. mid wtl.hnit. .u. pH.it vl iirl liollie.
Tbev hnve lltlid up a hilar nnd eh'tpm!
.. A .'', win pi' llie ! Vam will
Ih ds'in.il loall who waul II, liinu euily
ini.i t llll InoV'hM'k at ulitlit.
i mr t i.nii i l loiiei i, , l uk. . lb end and Iiv
('! .mi me Ibe t-'l ! I uml l ry lliriit.
l.UinN A f.l.Y.
h riiukiin .t.
Muy s, iM-ir.
ltD rOK 8AI.K.
IUFFFIt Foil KU V. A KM A I I. Tit Al T
uf Iii ml In lUslllel No. 1. einiluliihiu .'
, r. --elmlll lul Belli, elearen uml III a illll.
nl, i n. Ibe r.ilamv III HiiiImt. Termeea.y,
A. I., Mr. K. . H 'll IIKIl,
ii. , . I . l; i hi. ! tin.
Vf. H. TOwwi.rr, Bob Woot.nnineB,
Clnrk.vllln, Tenn. Trigg Comity Ky.
Turnley & Wooldridge,
and , .
GEXERAL COMMISSION MECCA AXT8,
JZrpkant Flrf' Proof Wanitome,
A. Im STCAKT. M. O, B. HORTOa. G. MORTON.
STUART. NORTON A CO..
(HurocMora to Hewitt, Norton A Co.,)
K. 8S Common Hlreet,
Connlienment of Tobneeo, Floor, flrnln,
Provldioii. and other prodiiac Holleited.
FOI IIM AO iUHUE SHOP,
t O.HMKMI JS HTBBMT.
Planter's Prize Screws, Shingle
Machines, Sugar Mills,
Brass and Iron
1nOMPT ATTKNTION fllVEN TO Olt-ilei-H
for repair, on Meant F.niclne.,
Nnw MlllN,niiil all kind, or Miieliiuery.
M MlmtkuoUMtg iicutly uud
J. A. BATES A CO.
May 8, lfViVly.
COME TO STAY!
Saddles, Bridles, Harness, etc.,
(at;j. s. xRni.rrr'a oi.n stakd)
Franklin St., ilarksrlllf, Tennessee.
nnd Intend to put up work thnt will
eoiiiuin with any. (live me a call mid ex
4uiiiv alwk ami prlee.. - . - - .
' M. L. JOHLIN.
April 10, lfWK-ly.
CITT UKUIj IST0RE.
ON l'HANKUN 8TRKET,
TEF.IS, AT A LI, TIM FX.
IV and vurletl UHHortmiMit of
All Medicines kept are War
ranted Pure and Frosh !
1 do not deem It neeewary to parllenlnr-
l.e urtlele., but the public will llud all they
nay mil, at any I line.
Ti. JwrjloM llipmrlmint
I." .llll under the .Uie rvixlon of Mr. I II.
CiMri:it, who I. well known u. u inn lul
iiml aeeuriite eoniiMiumler of medleliie..
l'lijw'iipllou. filled promptly day or nli;lit
Have now III .lore
T1IEIK NEW FALL (JOODS
r'M e4. Mmtt ft. M4.
Tbe Htoek l prime In every dmsirtnient.
ll.vll'IAINS will Ik- (.It! nil III
CFNTLEMKX'S BOOTS AND SHOES,
LtDIth' AXU tlilLUKF.X'S SU0K8,
and In ull kind, of
Domestic, "Woolen and Fancy
(ioods, ami CarpetlngH
mi 1 Oil (loths.
nememl.'f tnir. I. tbe ONLY
M lliuii on the ONK I1IU K HVnTFM loall
I'liirorml) Low Cash Frlcea
to Ever) Body.
All are ursenlly tnvltisl lo enll snd .ee
Ibe Im jil end lsl rtliM'k ever eahildU-U
by our bonne.
Cftl'ITm IHIMIIIT t fA
I III I 1 Ml llll I ll 11 A' III
lVlHl.il, tiiLL.ii.i l u wi
pi. 11. 1
... - i j .
CLARKSVILLE, TEKN., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1868.
For the Chronicle.
THE PADCCAH rAIH.
Mi. iitoh i I fiend you a little
sketch of our trip to the Fair recently
held at Paducah, which may bo of
Interest to some of your readers.
TIm steamer Ella Huehes. on Sen-
tember 20th, left our wharf with XXlT
party, oonRisting of eight or ten la
dies and the name nuraber of gentle-.
nion ..lllnu Thrfullin :
uivii iiuiiiug auau i"muu wMaa.,1
Ky., and Clarksille,
and Clarkille, Tenn. The
dny being the Sabbath, muwlo, danc
ing, and pleasure-making generally,
were dispenficd with. However,
thl. rlltl wnt nrv,vnt nnr fiavlnir .
very good time, for indeed we wmU(SZ?S tiXVr,U,"u "rowV
not a set to allow the hour to hang j 'fnr n'nivn
heavily upon our hands, but accepted 1 A ml thVylwIll emigrate next March -
, . m , , V I To Africa', blnrk .bore,
the Old adage that Of "making hay And with them take the wooW hendn.
wlille trie sun slionc."
The officers of our craft
nnd we now take the opportunity of
tendering thanks for kindnesses ren
dered. , , .
We arrived at Paducah Sept. 21st,
and rcnnirpil Immiv1intv ti thn
luciiDiona iiotet, wnere we were ro-.
elveu with great hospitality by the
citizens, notwithstanding we were
entire strangers. To Messrs. Elling
ton & Gentry we are indebted for
much pleasure; for which, gentle
men, accept our tinccre thanks.
Our Kojourn in the city of Paducah
proved very unfavorable for attending
tho Fair and. night-seeing. Though
mm was a smiut oosweie, us wie
fentlemcn of our party, and those of,
rauuean also, aia an in tneir poweriin nn ine luxury or a (Southern plan
to contribute to 6ur pleasure,
The Fair as much as we saw of
it was very good and highly enter
taining. One day wosquitocxclting,
and all manifested much Intercut on
account of . the ladies' riding. The
ludies all rode beautifully. However,
we did not agree with one or two
parties who 'were in favor of all re
ceiving a blue ribbon, for we will say,
and without any hesitancy, that
"little Clarksvillo Huldah" is' the
most graceful and fearless rider we
have ever known, and right glad
were we to see her bear 6ft" the prize.
That's right ; try it again, my friend,
andm.v vou alwnun meet with tlm!1? I"dK,A r.,,,le .an' ""Jn.
.'., .. :
mn ifeees. Often tlltf our hearts
bound with Joy .and pride at tlie
wif,y prolonged cheers for Clarks
villo when sonic one of ouk party
were unanimously proclaimed vic
Our mutual friends, Messrs. Aliens-
worth, Ilerndon ami Dick, had each
premium awarded them--one for
... ...iuiv iiiiint, .tv ..' UlUOl l.t"
ful riding, and the other for finest
saddle horse. Were it not for the
honor, attending them, we would
make no mention of these premiums,
since, ofcotirte, they were u tcconda-
On Wednesday evening, at the
Richmond Hotel, Mere assembled a
brilliant throng. Such a galaxy of
beauty Is rarely ever seen. As to the
OENTLEMKN, they Wcro IKKK8I8TA-
BI.K. To "Inspiring music we trlppea
the light fantastic toe until the wee
And eye. looknd love to ryes that spake
And all went merry M a inurrlnuu boll."
This Is but a synopsis of our stay in
Paducah. Were we to go intodetails;
It would occupy too much of your
pace, and we must desist.
No change came over tho spirit of.
our dreams until the thought of leav
ing arose, and as "homeward bound"
wo started, It caused us to sing, witli
peculiar pathos, "Why Must We
Pnrt?" Yet. alas! the liest of
friends must part ; und Kuturday, at
8 o'clock P. M., wo said :
Fare thee well, and If forever,
Then lorevur faro thee well.
We took possago oh the steamer
Umpire, and truly did we enjoy our
trip home. To our captuin und
clerks we offer sincere thanks for in
terest manifested iU our iK'hillf.
Nothing preventing, wc will patron
ize you UKtiiu, gentlemen.
We roeehed home wifely Monday
noon, found our friends glad too see
us, and all anxiety to hear the pews.
This trip will be long recollected by
many, and We will all often, very of
ten, revert to It as ono of the most
pleasing and delightful memories.
To our party we say : (Jod bless you, I
and muy tho day soon roll around
when we will meet again under just
as pleasant auspices,
Onkof thk Party.
TllF.llowliniOreen Democrat says
that Isaac (lisMlnlght, living ncur,
jsowiiug tmt-ii, is ino oioest native
born Keiittickluu now living,
Jonx QiixcY Aoavs, Ju., nllud-
llie union i lu y propose is to y . . , th k for those very honors, I would be u n
eyes no more like the true union 'H,,i,ir V1 wtmpletdr entslml, worthy the land of our birth, tin.
mU . I"l .hi""'"1 " Ho'r Vf rlmgth IHI ft J worthy a noblesiddier's love. I will la.
c-orjme icseiublcs a Health man. i M that I j an arm to you through life, as well as
I too must die; nor csn I wish to live your devoted wife. For tho first mo-
Tiik Union City lhrald hears of after sbo Is gone. What will you do, 'moment since our oountry fell I now
lu-inhboihoiKls where corn will sell at child?" Ifool that I have somothing to live for,
twenty cenU a bushel this lull, uud j "Father, do nut talk thus. Do not something to glveme hupplueas even
the forests nriMluce acorns enough to fts-1 thus; tlu-ro uro three youngvr amid our great loss. ' , . .
fatten all tho hugs.
TiiKlliH'kbrldgu Alum Springs, In
Virginia, have la-en sold nt auction
The Radicals who are now much
exen iettl over a letter Mr. lYudloUiui
wrote to Tcxans rM-cliiig the exer- i
clae of their const iMilioiiul iirlvilego.
In voting for Proeidelit w ill liowli
w hen they know that Virglniatis
will vote also; 1 hat election arrange-'
'inenU have already Ui-n lierlis-twl .
iWi,)1Ml view, ami tlie Add IKiinln
Ion will cast her ten ckolnrul votes'
fur - MU-uir nn I Jv.ui.
Ain " Wearing the Ureen."
Arrnli I mleb.fi donr, arid (lid you hear,
The now. tlint'H In the town T
The llemocra. tnre rlKlnu up.
The Had. are .Inking down.
When Bearn lover. Ixwrvl the new.
I mi rove mem to dntpuir.
Oh ! when th. word eanie from New York
And Hinir the next one i command,
till ! eriiel. cruel fine
Oar men won't he lfed
In November, HUty-fclght,
Oh 1 Mike, It doe. me (rood to c
i ne lying, iniovlna1 kmivpH,
Who, .lure they w,t the nlgzfr free.
Have tried to m.IcA iiamiitvw
For they know thotr death 1. near at hand,
".'"iT ' .r""," . "P wool.
Tlien, Mike, let all onr ennntrymcn
I litre wllh heart mid hiiiul,
And eriiKb thin tinted tyrunny
Our K'lllant .hip "Democracy,1
I Will mill on, never fear,
' With two .neh men upon her
in i,i,r nuopoi inu.
AHSci'inoiirand Knink lllnlr.
We will .tnnd upon the platform.
And our motto It hIiuII Im i
The .tnte.man true, the .otdlor brave.
iHl, ltlulit,, nnd Vletorv!
AVe want no n1ger voters,
In thlHor anv Wat
We want white men, and well have them,
la November, Klxty-Kight,
A SOUTHERN HEROIN'.
An Incident or the Late War.
From Pollard ' Sonthern Oplnlnn.1
Mr. J. lived In . Idtura. his
,.,,.,,-,..-, , ,.,..',,
the war opened. She ha 1 been reared
ter's life. Just as noon as the Federal
army was within reach every able
young hand, save a boy of fourteen,
left and went to tho enemy, leaving
the old and Infirm to add to the care
of providing the net-agarics of life.
'Wife, I suppose we may as well
turn the cows and calves out together;
..!.! I '1...-U.. (a t.. .Kil. ... 4
Ulll VIlRllf l in IUU I WUUIU1IU U .1 IC11U , , .1 , , ..
to them, and I have tried in vain forl1,Uin,th1 K1'? ,llirk cnrt,)i "" the.n
two luim to milk them. yl"r', lir,Rht movcm?t of tbe. chSeT-
you learn ?
4 1 learned when I was quite a
little glrL Do you not remember
how you and mother used to call me in
from thepenandseatmein the house
out often onouirh
to learn-to milk quite well; but, pupa,
you look us red as if all your blood
wore in jour fuce, and you are pant
ing as though ymi hud been running
a foot raee. It cannot be the effort of
mllklngso.much, since you did not
get a drop; pray tell us what it Is all
about?"-- A mischievous twinkle stole
out of the brown eyes, and rippled
over the dimpled cheeks and around
the chcovuft f
Well. MissKaueydjox, I have had
a chose after nearly every cow in the
pen, and after closing in the corner
first one and then tho other, have not
lon able t draw one drop of milk.
Nordol lielieve that thosellttlewhlte
hands, which have only toyed with
flowers all your life, will ever get a
plnh but If you wish you can try."
"Try! yes, Indeed, and milk them
too. After all, I do not believe you
lords of creation arc half aa useful as
we bib) of womanhood."
And the blithe creaturo shook her
curls saucily, aud rung out a merry
"Why are you taking that Immense
bucket Laura, if you succeed in milk
ing, three or four will yield milk aud
anil butter suflicient for us."
"I know that, mother, but I am not
going to lose so much for our sick
soldiers; you have been sending them
twenty pounds of butter every week,
and I intend to continue doing so."
"Thlnir are very different now from
what they have been; neither your
father or Henry can spare time to
take it. How will you got it there
after It Is made?"
"Never do you mind, mother,
'where tbero Is a will there is a way;'
I have it all nlanned very nicely." -
Blithely i-lio tripped away, with
her bucket on her arm, looking back
and laueblnir at her luircnts.
Twice Mas Mr. J. culled tobearthe
Immense bucket in, full of tltedelight
fid beverage, and each time Laura
.bantered hint with every step, but as
ho ouafl'cd the refreshing milk after
a davof toil, lie irave her full nermlH-
sion tolaiiuh at him so long as she
Bright as a bird, the young girl flit
ted through tho bouse and over tho
place, and though you would scarce
ly believe her working, all was done
Inorderuiiiiiii nine, ana iiernaiiiuva
Ibl mother wns simnsl evnrv extra la
bor. Mr. J. hud learned bow much
anil better work can lie dona by ono's
own hands than by servants, and
they were all Just Ik-coming contented
with the chanire In theirmisle of liv
ing when the Federal army reached
their nelghliorhood; and then l?gan
tbe work of devastation and ruin In
real earnest. Their house soou fell
Into the hands of the foe, and they
looked helplessly on whlh tho flam
ing torch w iu applied to tlie magultl
cent cdiuco which, in a few hours,
u'm a henn of luiriiiiiir coals. Thcv
1 aunnosed that Mr. J. hod fold alsut
him, and resorted to various torture
toextract it from him. These terrors
uud exposure soon snapjicd the atten-
A. ..I ... .1 .,'1. I..I. I. ..1.1 .....!.... 11. A
. nana: we cannot do - (," , v ' "M'"-.-- hiir to us to bo eonirx-lli-l
and milk. I can milk K ar ' ".n" every. V" ?w,"c, tt call of this kind, and wi
Whereupon earth did V ' . ".. f""1' rea one for whom It Ism
. . . , .,
ithan 1, for these wo must arouse
11111.11 lull rti.i -11 lit -1,1 inuuiiin ui.r. .... , .,, i. ... ..
fnun our grief, Tor tbtnw we inuatworK j scarred nn-ost, aim team m ui
tM, we owe it to the helpless ohos; we; full for smiles fell upon her ffuslusl
owe it to tho dcmlj wo owe It to your face, as he prid ab rvont kis uiku
Isonsliitlio field; to our struggling heruidunicd brow. Disengaging her-
country to show that as long us welMf mm his embrace, I he old liK'tt of
live we can Iki self-sustaining."
''But what do you prirpose now,
Ijiura? nil is gone, even tho roof over
''The land yet rcinulns, tho ganlcn
er's bouse is untouched. This coii -
talus two mom. und Isahroudiid ln;wondorliigwhathabtjoiimeofmuand
tn-cs, and lays in such a deep valley If tiny uretohavaany milk forsupper
that It will not U. likely to attract to-night I will carry In the ;iwll miw;
the enemy's in dice. In-lcod, I hiiih I ml in a few days I shall call you Into
),n i- tlw tt,-iiie iirnii; tiny ii.nv
done tin wfil wtlfy them, and they
will be willing to lt-ave tin to KWr1y
without further molcntatiou. You
hnve cows in the big black swamp;
throe or four of those ntuxt be tfottrir
tip, and witlt the.ptovlBlorf weBdricd'
we run live until we carV rale more.
The ncgrocx, except Auiit thwifj'
anl Henry must be wnt wltiit the
enemy's line to be fed. I will give
them a letter to the Yankee General
who will (bed them, which In itturtr
than wecan do. With tlitwe arraniMV
ments we can live, if wo husband
well what We have, will you not
take comfort in your children T"
"i win try, my cnua.
Mr. J. followeil this advice, and the
hemic noble girl huxhed the sorrow
for her great loss deep within her
motherless heart, and arose tocheer
fnlKess and lalmr for the sake of the
dear ones (eft to her care, and the
land of her birth, her love, and her
pride. IndUHtrloiis hands a cheerful
spirt accomplish wonders, and there
was soui an alrof neatness and oom
fort about the two rooms embowered
in trees aud wild vines, which re
freshed and comforted the weary spir
it of her almost broken heartea fath
er, and the little ones declared that it
was nicer than the great fine house.
Tho piano was gone, but little Kildle
linrl run nwnv will, htr tvuttnp nn.l !
... .!5 I." i . j V L; f ..i
- 1 V 1
and sang, until soothed and cJ.mlbr-
tea, lie mppetl to sleep as gently m
a babe listening to its mother's lulla
by. - - ,
The catastrophe has come: the war
is ended; fathers, sons, brothers and
lovers flock home as the chased deer,
furnishing for the colling draught,
rushes to the clear, bubbling water;
4...... I 1 . 1 1
Imck to tbe desolate homo-spot of the ! vmlBi7-l
J.'s; they resolved to restore to thetilVr?.'.."0 .V1" 'ii' ,"1
fumily something of their former
prosperity, and with active energy
they entered upon a life of labor;
Oou blessed almost their every effort,
but strange enough to her father
Laura for tho first timo drooiicd; a
. .1. .. 1 , a dl.i.J
OU1U1BU1 INlllllUMl tlllVII Illlll.11 .miM I
the lovely nice, and JwdaysnndnlghUj
passwl by deepeninl until It became
habitual; the birdlike motion depart
ed from tho hour her mot her was laid
goes he will hot longsurvlve her-n.r
docs he wish to. He knows the glo-
...... l 1 1. 1 1. I
have so peculiarly marked the last
four yours of her life, and forliears to
lo.jnmuui, tT, wiiy ;ro niK icnocr-
ui mm iiiurv i-nrvmjrif ill ilia t.iiurm lu
woo nack light uud lire to iter soul,
knowing well whatablust and blight
the fall of her loved country has cast
upon a nature lute ners.
It has been a cool, row-tinted fall .
v ' a." . VV.!, " JU'.
, . l",,;V:l"VK ' "V.1 ... . " .f : may not fall under the ej
I iiurvi in iicai i. niiii iiirjs iiiair ii Kiivtw ,.. -i,. iL.t ...
u'" tun, in'. ii iii, nun ii inissiiiic, more mruniKuoie
iioultry crow, cackle and sing: and fcir Ids eloguuce of manner and grace
horses toss the! Br, heads, bound and, ful courtesy In tho drawing ruuut
out off school; the birds flit from
bough toliough, nnd once more renew
their glad spring songs; yet Laura
changes not, except to look more
spiritual, and wear a sweet sad smile ,
as sue casts lier eyes oticucr toneov-1 ease, una leei ni oneo mat iney are
en; but tlie spirit of beauty, if not of: with a kind and gotsl man. Demo
life seems to have entered her sad, emtio in all his instincts, prliieijilioi,
quiet soul, ami she arranged her toilet and purposes; simple and tiivostentn-
lor tho cveuitur with uuusuai care.
and taste; a purely white npron eon-
trats beoutifiilly with thellttlc brown
figured muslin, which
sits so niceiy
to the dainty littlo form,
n.lllG IIIIIIU, HIIVIL t-i.v ... v w....
hands, and the prett v feet, laced close-;
ly in a pair of well-fitting Ixiots, peep
from beneath tho short dress with
cverv stent an exiiuisite blush rose
trembles lu her auburn curls, while a '
bud and a geranium leaf arc clapsea.
at her throat with a bright coral pin.
IU 11 IV till llll y IlllirTliri.il, ...m.i.,iu u ...vivo i.ii ..it.v bhiihii iiiiiii
white rufllcs relieve the neck and from his early youth, that ho Was
She has Just finished miming; tne or cross the threshold of more lusii
cows are hsiking lazily contented, : ionuble vice. Purity of life Is with
crunching their cuds, and their calves 'him a marked cliuructc.'istlc. Kdu
beside them; the llttlo white ciilar, cited In tho Kplseoiiul Church, he
pail, filled with the snowy froth of bus ever remained faithful to its com
tho smoking milk, which smoke curls muion, ailoming its doctrliios by it
gracefully In thin wreaths above the
frosted pile, Is lsiisiii in ner iitinn as:
llll.ll.ll IHI I ln nilTI III ...";
she titttisea beneath nniinbrngeoiisoaki
to olwerve a man slowly advancing, erection und mitlnteiiunco of every
towards her on a worn looking horse, lothcr church and place of public wor
He was thin and pale, and bsikeit like ship in tbe city of Utica and its vie
a wnr-broken veteran, with the empty , Inlt y. An active trustee of Hamilton
sleeve dangling bv his side; as her, College, (a Presbyterian Institution,)
eves rest uooii hi in sbo never, he has been made by It an LL !., as
dreams that ho Is a young man of
only twenty-eight. A shade of pink
fius'heH Into the wun, pale faoe, and
the dim eves brighten as he pauses
beforo her; the next Instant a dark
shade of sadness dcejiens in Its blood
less lines and bo tries in Vain to speak.
"Sir, vou look faint and weak, take
a cup of this wurm fresh milk, it will
revive your strength. Now lot mo
hold your horse while you alight, you
must turry with us until you are
strong enough to continue your Jour-
" The soldier was very feeble, but he
was soon by her side.
"Surely my senses do not deceive
me, you 'must lo the I .a lira J. I left
on yonder burned hill four years ago."
"I am she, sir, but it cannot be that
you are Rols-rt Dillingham?"
Now tho blood rushes in a full tor
rent over face and neck, while the
fragile form shakes like a wlnd-tossod
"O, Laura, can It 1 tnat your ncnri
yet win nis to tlie, uiaimeti,
Now the weary, worn iiiun flushed
scarlet, thucveseagerlvsiiarkleil with
Joyous expectancy, as ho c1isjmh1 the
llttlo hand and IimiKihI qUcstioiililgly
.iiiu'ii iiilu i no iririisn iw.4r.
.mM"- " h....i t nidi
The soldier classl her to Ids war
llfo and fun broke her smiling fuoe, as
she said. ,
"Como, ltohcrt, let us go im father
will h so iileased to Unw that you
are alive, and to see you homo once
l more, lie and the boys are doubtless
iiv-'-ii'. 1 -r i.h '"'i iuj..
WHOLE NO. 472.
not to come among my cows until the
milking Is over, for Ihcv have a Ul-
ligerehi antipathy to you lords of,
. . .'
. MY. JV SOW divined the cause of
Lrrtlrti's rtroojmigj when he saw the
irld lbtlif cofnlfig bBelt b her eve snd
old liirht to her so til. ali the iuilillor
guest improved in health and'strongth.
imy oy uiiy; nun silently TtuuiKlKI
CtTlMwBh would be spared to his
. '. ""' ;
Tbe Hev. Thomas W AMndle':-
AnorT four weeks ago there api"
pea red In the Advociite an appeal to
the Methodists In tho Itouiids of the
Tcniiee Conference In behalf of the
widow and children of the Itev.
Thomas V. Randlo. Thccommuni-
cation was written: at the rci)Uei;of
H-innie nieinoers or mo (.'iiureli at
iuurrrivstsmi, who are acquaintct
with the actual condition of this estl-
inable lndy and her father ess ehil-,
rtreii.- Tlie object contemplated was
u procure ror tnem a small lot offer's Quartermnster. But one trace
ground as a home, beJlovinw fhat
when thus situated they eoubk by ire
dustrv;afi(I enoononry, mohc a support
for themselves. As at present cir
cumstanced, they have not the power
even to make an efl'ort to live. They
... V M nr.,
iii. 3 Mil iiiiiiiiit. . flit ft i inn fiintiraii
w for life un im-nlH reoii rinir imw '
" "Z SmK.V.
wlok.ew Tho w w i. , ZZ
... , . ,
eouvermnc wuu ujh ijinhiry, wpuM
mnrl 111 Miinnml .nrl n .1 In
relief trr oiiterts- siv wortbv nf tlmlr
sympathy, so much hi n'eetr f avsis''
time, anil having stu'h binding
claims on their kind ofllces; but up to
tins ime on iv tnrco
..... "", imtier, wero iwemy-rwrrntw wmKieil
the sum of four dollars has been i re- horses, the most valuable iiVfhe conn-alized--all
told. Iain pmsmidett by try. llicse were all pnMmwil at a
sympathizing friends to mwfte ortrr .aic .oGviorrsly arrangvil ft the pur
moracirort; perhaps those who feor pOKe nt rlillctiloiisrv low figures, by
God and regard man may be moved General Butler's brother. In the narno
oy importunity totuKetne object of,
,(.1. Br.l n-.Tln, ,
"I JII i.i
read this who
were co-lalxrers with the man for Worth much larger sum-.. Onc'FUi
whoso stricken ones we aptn-al : earr fe) has since lnt-n sold In the North
you not help to provide a shelter for , fi,r 8,000. As In the easo of the all
the ornans of him who was an cm- Ver, Mr. Kenncr hasomy onecrrrswrf
iMisstutor for Christ? It is hum Hat- ti.n
to make a
we do hope It
e of titer bw-I
u '."Vi Z.JJZ ..'".i !
,T: r., J I
Murfreeslsiro Venn AuT' ISM
alur'rceHl,oroi renn., Aug. 20. 1S08,
The Parity f llwrntt Rernnfi
A lady furnishes tho Revolution
(Mrs. Cady Stanton) the following
In relation tr. thn rlvat netl. n,..l !
character of Horatio Seymour :
'lnagin - ntrisitrvr'akH pulnrtr KiH-nKcr.
Although thus most euptivutlng In
.private life he Is In no sense a man of,
forms or fashion. In his presence tho
plainest persons are placed at their
nous, strictly temperate, lie uses
neither strong nor splritous liquors,
nor tobacco; of the most refined tastes
ami etevaioti morals, it is sum ni"im.
him by those who have known htm
t,m.i .... v u , . aT..M.i., a.u . ,
never under the influence of strong .
'drink never known to toll an un-
truth, or utter a profane oath to In-
dulire In a vulirar story, a coarse an-
ecdote, or and obscene Just; nor did he'dred ami twenty-four millions of this
ever violate tho proprieties ortno.liuvo Is-cn piibt
Habbath, or sit at a gambler's table,
blameless life and multiplied dceils
or cnarity; yet iree irom sectarianism
w t, . 1. 1, a, JiJIt .... ..
ho has contributed liberally to the
wen as oy a imciiiimii.ii limversuy in
In another Statu. The children of the
Orphan Asvluni In IHiea have lioen
iruests at his house, (which Is a house
of prayer,) and It was noticeable that
when the news or ins nomination ir
the Presidency reached I'tica, these
children spontaneously turiieil out In
priH-ession, and manifested their Joy
In many plmisant wuy peculiar to
tlie iuuoceney of childhood.
Tub following Is nn extract from
Albert Pike's hitcix-cch in St. Iioiiia.
It cannot be reprinted tis often t
ftl 1. IU... u.i....
1 lie iuuii n I ill 'J " , 1 1 v n c ti i iw ii . v
nowdesinated os IteU-ls do not In -
tend In goxsl fulth to support the Con
stitution aud labor for the preserva
tion of the Union, tells you a false
IummI. Helios in his teeth, and I have
no hesitation id saying so. Givnt
chwrs.! It is not tbe honorable F-d-cral
soldier who in.tkes the charge,
but thusueuk who never saw the ten
ted field, aud who never dured to en-
; tcrix-rsonully Intothc fight. Cheers.
, .I...I ........ .....
the kindness and magnanimity of the;1
1 1 oesin w iosiiiv inv niiiiiwiniuni i
MKleriU soldiers, wno, were it iwno
them to decide, would settle our ililll
culth"s at once Justly and generously
towards all. ('beers. 1 I say it with
pride that never since the close of thoj
war nave 1 im-oii ireaieo discourteous
ly, never an unkind hsk, tior unkind
wonl from the open, manly Federal
soldiers. They fought nobly, they
fought successfully, they know how
to treat a brave and manly foe. And
If you give coiilldeiiee to tho hottest
uud courageous Hiple of tho South;
if you take the bayonet from their
throats, the padlock from their liM
if you enfranchise them und trust
them, I pledge you the word of a man,
aye, I pledge you the honor of my race,
that we will in good fuitli discharge
ull tbe obligations Imposed iiil us
by the Constitution, ull our duties
under the Union.
Thf. notatoe eron of tbe Stale
New Yo,k this year Is sl..ut rs,uw,
M. H. Mii.l.FR, u prominent llatll
cal of South Carolina, bus la-oome
disgusteil with the Kiuiieitl purty, and
publishes bis with lntwul thercfiom.
S 1 tli v ' :
tlrn. ThahlN. '
Tlie rtsill(als are tjliite indignant'
that Gen: Oeo. Hi Tomm Iiom liecn ,
called from Tennmse to firtli' nno Of
the Court of Hupiliy here In (Jl nerul
Oyer's case.' They uW-M that1 tho'
rrca'.dont had a covert tle.-ign In a
sigttiiig hi in to that duty,- and this
tridy claiiii ls Contlrmod by ordering
Gem ftrattger,' a Iemnehit, to thd'
Department, -whkfli lie Will oOiuihKnd'
durliig the? tenipoary absence of Oen.
Tlioinus.' Their charges are of course'
groundlrtssas th Si-Crt'tory of War1
appolnteSftiH oflit'en for the court of
i ii. Treofta.
llie delaehiiient of Iroops sent to'
Tennessee will lit? WHiHi'dTil Hed--fordKrankliTl
and iliitherfonl cojin-
ties Thf'rc aro mrw only 1,6(0 troops'
In order to further Nld the New'
York AV. n proser'utiit Its nwarv
ehe tH ftriH (iftvVhcfiierferal But'
ler wns or ti a's riot a "spoon1 llikd,"
respectfully call Ms attention to1
srstemvnt by thd party most liitcrc-'
ted, after General llutfer himmlf, li
ono case cited In IU columns, wlilelr
It profeiess to disbelieve. Tlic silver
of Putican ,1' Keuner, J., eon"
worth in tho oggregute: some ten1
t lirillkin if 1 flfiltiira u'iiu .t.bnrl Ii. m
trunk and stowetl awnv in a closet of
his house. Thence it was alwtructod
by the JJIst Indiana Infiinlrv. carrieil'
, to New Orleans and delivered to But-'
of It has been discovered. ITdoiv the'
return of Mr. K. to the city, after tho'
war, he rcelv-ctf a' note asking him'
to call at the Quartermaster's olllce.
He was there shown ono of the rnce
enns, and was askod If it belonged to
hiiih Mr.- K.- aiwwercd arllrmative-'
r.WiWmviiW afjr. ii.t...
??rXl. 7"A " J1?"
-ynifu, mc uix-ii wuiirivriipmipr wm
; merely tlie micowaor of But lor. of
...1 " t . .V . . '
whose character or actfonn ho kneW
.Fhli as this Instance of Butler's'
thievery may be considered, it is yet
surpassed by his disposition' of fhO'
-1 oo ihwhh tiv IIU1 uisniMitlun OI llio
pirsons have s'ot belonging to tho same' gentle--one
at Nash- man. The contents of Mr. Kemwr'
nf Oconre Wilkes, of New York.
None of those horses were worth hw
n,n s. mm u i.ita nro,...n .
jv ncr the war he met in New York.
Mr. Hon font. C H. Miiilut..p tn P...1.
PI.,TI.,",,H. .!rom .. Ih.tler,
w" 1 n e nuiy tieiievi was llie pro
iwrty of Mr. K., and that lie consld
tt his duty ru a man of honorand a gen
tleman to tender him buck (he horse.
The true owner not to lio outdono
i In courtesy, and at tho same time to
sense of honor, so much nt variance
jwlth what he had been beforo aceus-
neti w, neggoa air. nantiroru tore-
.iL,l:"uL."'i' "m.V"T. .
.fnntltlon of which the New York
Vtn can find amnle evidence In New
nr1r nr mvin rim blt..i.i..u& I,.
... ........ .... r....r...r, lV'
uihnll tUnt It. pni-olls anionir llanrlnrtl-
nhn that of shieldlug purtlsaus, mi
matter how serious the crimes theV
A PMTI'BEOF H4DK AI. RI LE.
Mr. Pendleton, In one of his recent
powerful and convincing spiches,
presented tho following picture of
ltudicat rule, nnd IU consequences!
upo the people and thoirlnterests.
IIIV .kuilll'llin I. WW I,, I i.l.iy .1-
verted our government, but have
IITl,. ..... .. ...
these three j
the country. During
years' of nenco We havo
fifteen hundred nnd ninety
four millions of dollars. Ono htm
have Im-cu paid on oeoount of tho
debt. What ha Iwrome of the rcstt
Fourteen hundred and twenty mil
lions vanished, whoso knows where,
in three years 1 It Is gone, most of It,
to the 'Fiocdnicn's Bureau,' nnd to
the costly mlllitnry in ten States. It
has itoiitj to sunisirt the 'constitution-
al ameiiiliuenls' of ('oiigress, the
scneme or negro stinruge, and the in
snt In I ile cnriH.t-lMiggt.'rs! Fifteen hun
dred and ninety-four million dollars I
That Is more tliun one-truth of all tho
property in tho country money,
cmisi, houses, rnll-roHtls, farms, trsifs,
uud everything else I (Ircitt Bi-italn,
during tiicse same three years, sjs-nt
one thirtieth, nnd France una fortieth
of her resources. If you uro assessed
on all nf it, it amounts to S-'H 45 it
head, for every one of us. Our debt
under Itudlcul rtllu exceeds in Its
burthen that of any other country."
- . . i .
Oxe ok Orant'k 1 1 atkf.uk. A
crresKindent of the New York c;i-
oerat gossips as follows :
I have Just Is-cn told the reason why
Grant liutes lluclistian. It appears
thut the latter couiiuunded the port
of Humboldt Ibl.V, In Oregon, w lii-ro
the former wus etutloned, under his
At one time Grant had an
attack of i Id i riu in tremens, and fan
cying tho "suukc." hud taken refuge
In his mattress, proceeded to rip it Up,
and commit other outrageous acts,
which caused Buchanan to Issue an
order to put him In a trulght Jacket,
which was ilolio. Grunt never for
gave hf nl for If; hence his enmity to
the present commander In New Or
leans. Fancy the 1 11 mute of a straight
tucket occupying, the chair and wril-
J " ', '7?
k 01 win JiicKory, in
mansion. Ye gisls,
forirbl it I
PiCXXHYIyVANI.v. Senator Ilucka
lew n-isirts I'eutisylvituhi certain for
tho Detnocnicv. Philadelphia Will
give from H,mk to fi,tKN l, iiim ratlo
majority in October. Tbe Hebrews,
who liuve hitherto innulfesttHl but lit
tie Interest In slitlcul mutui's, are
actively engaged In the prm'iit eun
vass, aiid are furnishing material aid.
A wealthy merchant from Philudei
pbiaof the persuasion says hnnlly M
rejK'tiillc Jew In Peuusylvanltt Will
vote with tho Hudlcol.
Thi tii la like a cork; you may
keep It down while you put a)rerssur
uiMiit It. but II Is sure t j oomu up to
the surface at last.
Hamilton C. Jonks, author ut the
cif .ls?t huinoroiM plc-o In the entire
range or American iiiemiure, v iMiR
in Hnlly Dillanl," dii.l at Rowan.
North Carolina, riweutly, at the good
old ago of S veiity one.
SitFl'itFHn A. M'M'jtT, the well
known ari.-f, dlsl at hisrcdih-iKv, at
.SimUiKwn, I.'Ho I dan I, nviiitly.