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tram COUNTY MM.
FRIDAY, MRRCII 30, 186.
9 Aielker tt,
The President has vetoed thn Civil
Rights' Dili. We shall publish th mas-
ago accompanying his veto in one of our
JHwral Resources of Soulh Missouri.
There are n very few people aware of
the richness of tlic mineral depot-its iu
South in Missouri, though the lead mines
of Washington and vrntiklin counties
have been in operation orer half a cento
ry. The lead derived from those mines
rivals the celebrated Oalcna lead in qua!
ity, and more than surpasses it in quanti
ty and parity of tho ore. while those of
Granny have acquired a world wide ccl
ebriety, but what miy appear strange to
some u the fact that wh.'c mines for. lead
in the extreme SouthwcM of the state are
being successfully worked, at n distance
of over a huuJrcd miles from railioad, or
other meant) of transportation, the mines
of Franklin, Crawford, Theirs, Maries
and Pulaski counties lav unproductive
PnH; tl,,. .l.wtA )... t..,.,)0.. wth Jatts and localities,
richness of winesiu the immediate vicin
ity of the Southwest Branch of the Pac
iGc r.i'.lr'ud, eauuut fail, at some day, not I
far detail!, to attract to this part of Mis-1
icriy, hhv auu over ivu pcucas, o: ai3;-
ty-fivo per cent I a 1. The miner vm tz
4Utriously p!sc- hi? protin:a hi? i vJi
field of operation.' a::i v.i.-: ojo ci'aa
occupied country to explore whet, if
he but uso ordinary prudence aid i&itf
try, he cannot fail to receive lisp! isi
remunerative employment, upon his 05
homestead claim, if he sees proper to lo-
oate himself at his own diggings. Kverv i
day new discoveries are being made of
the mineral upon tho v caul land in
Vhelps and the counties west of her, by
adventurers, and whv more of our miners
do not avail themt'cfvcs of the opportu
nil? to secure iiood (-elections of uiiucra!
, i. 'i L i. Jn ia
land, is a myster
trv, !ike tin- ;iar
and an easy matter, now land is cheap to
get homes and the lasting means of sup
port for time to couio. Our photographic
triend, Jcwctt, has been disoovetiug lead
upon some vacant 0 avernment
l..n 1 ;,, 1
the immediate vicinitv of Kulla. Wc
have also lately been ,hown a fine bios-
.on., which coat .In. an uiiinUtakahle in.
dicuiicn of lead not over a ,,:,!e and a
hslf of Bulla. And our -friends of the
Sheldon company lure ' 1 1 tliown m i
fomi ot the rure -tutt. cbraiaed
eoun tne capitalist and me miner. IN;. ,.' .1 ;' ;
posits of lead have Veen excavated fna'S ct uar no men shot and
the crevices of rooks, orenius t: veiss tea: I 4 tv' ?K': al nded; tour beat
crop to the surface. weigEis- tvresw, tw !" beaten and roasted; -tWv.
.'.Ttr ov.-r toil nSnr.J. w?ttta suited and ravished; four
lead mines reeentk purchased bv them, I ", , , " - , r " "A
where t'.c ir.JioatiLf ,ioh lead are m. Wlr , U , uld''-
mi.tskable. Wo understand that this , , J'
.oiuny intend to commence MX'
Mrvl. of eii.criei.pod miror, .i.Rtl.
Condition T lifTraxe
We are glad to fiud such excellent f
doctrine in that veteran organ of the
Democracy, tho Boston Post. 'Is Saul
also among the prophets V
"An eminent Republican divir.o said,
on the 4th vf July U:t, 'The condition
of univer..il salTra:;o should be universal '
education. Tho criterion of a man's vole
should be, tlu.1 he knona why he vote,
and tliK will be enforced exactly in pro
portion as he knows what it is that votes.
It is not corn that votes, nor cottoi. nor
greenback, nor a white skin. It is the
intelligent will that votes or should vote.
Let the qualification be set forth, and
kuowu a a condition, and it will become
wmversal. You can lift man ;uto iotel
L.'cn.-c. the safe-iurd of du ... ,.ri,.r m. i
von cannot educate them to h red', bkek lempary nl "preacher of the
or white.' This is good doctrine, and, Gospel." They robbed h'm of his bacon,
eoming from a Uniersalist, should be moncv iml "othing, shot him in the head
universally applied." severely woundiag htm, and there in his
, , m , J presence ravished his wife. Two other
Mr. Seward's laflutiice. otii persons who were at the house of
Tho Washington corresponded of the 0? Sto
Hartford Press attributes the lenient 0f the offender, were arrested by tke agent
treatment of traitors to the influence of'of the Freedmcns Bureau of Bathcounty,
Mr. Sewr.rd. lie save 1 d wn''e removing them for safe keep-
"Mr. Seward wanted to forgive the
Kds long bcfaie tho war Was over. Alter
ouo years hgbting be said, 'the less fight
iup, the more certainly will reunion
omo.' He wa finally cured of the pro
jostcrorra idea that the teWUiou could bo
pnt down by the blowiiig of horns, or tho
Haying of pleasant words. Seward back
d up McClellan to the last. ' McClellan's
policy just suited his Reward's) temper
ameot. So, from the moment of Mr.
Liuoolu's death, Seward pleaded for the
pardon of the entire South, and would
have let the whole body of traitors back
iuto Coagress without a pledge for the
future. This able man lias impressed
himaalf on the President very deeply, and
the latter has abandoned all bin tavorite
plans 1. puaiabing treasgn
Cbiditloa or Ktu'tcfr v Triuits
Washington, March .19, 1S0B. The
following report of Mr. fionested, Speciul
inspector of tha fcedmea's bureau for the
stateaof lKentaeky ani Tennessee, was
transmuted to congress to day by Gen
To Major General 0. 0. Howard. Com
missioucr of the Bureau of Refugees,
Frecduicn and Abandoned Lands, War
aepartment, asniagton, v, u.
General: In compliant with the in
structions rcroived Irom the Denartment.
directing me to proceed to the city of
Lexington, Ky. to examine into tho eon-
dition ot the Irccdtuon there, I have the
honor to report that Iviaited Lexington
and vicinity, and prosecuted my intesti
gallon for the period of about one month,
adopting the following method: In all
cases of extreme cruelty to the freedmen
I hnve relied upon the best and most re
liable evidence I could crocure. taken
t!dcr oath. In regard to minor aoh of
crue.:y cuaer to perions or property, and
in reference the economical, social inoctl
eot.ditiun of the race, I b.v been con.
trolled by personal oWvatiun, aided by
information rcoc-vc-J fiom intelligent and
rroui the depositions l.i'cnbj me. and
herewith transmitted, I bare compiled
tnc tacts in tno mure cure in cti of
cruelty and outrage tut reference, and
make the same ,i p-rt aud portion of my
An diminution of the sworn ovlJenea.
or the abstracts made therefrom, will re
veal to you sixty cases of ontrago in a
limited district and period, unparalleled
in their atrjcity and fiendishness, cruel
ties for which, in na iustance as developed
by the testimony, in there the least shad-
ow of excuse or palliation.
You will observe that have been able
in most instances to give you the names
of the injured, in many tho names of the
I have classified these outrace as fol-
Twenty three cues of most severe and
itihunu i beating pf men: tour of teatW
. . . . n
tc2 cea:s- 'v? roaen tied no and
we:pp-i vz'.: iuer.iib!e, two sren and
-iiir fi..:i4 Uvtz aai driven from
:iwiri."KW. their rperty destroyed;
:vj tsjuc. w cfcurairj: vf diellinii'and
:m cftheittxiies shot.
Ur rh.ti- ;t!m twelve in were Ua
;c soldiers, and three women the wives
of I'nion soldiers
And yet 1 regret to sy that these ca
ses ointitnto but a portion of tho cata
logue of cruelties. 1 heard of quite a
number of additional cssps, but did not
succeed in obtaiuiug the proof, for want
01 uiucana proper ihcilif.es, white men
ho-veve, fricudiv t, the freedmen, dislike
ff ot personal violence The same rea
son influences the black be is fearful,
timid and trembling
He knows that since he has been a
i"-vu,'l " ii'Ji. up io inir ume. nau
, I . j - 7
S5fon?' r Ilt3.Pr reAres.! h" wronS-
, " V?. ?I" J".?vM
lill,auu kill? u:j" tt.ut.'lll up iu 11119 Wil-
tine, has been power!e.s.
Of the o5V:iiL-i rcnnriid tliorn lm Vmon
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. ho arm Ct tLc CIVtl la
i t ecu orou.'ht .r.:o rcjuisition quite r
jeentiy, to release and protect offenders
tccu orournt .r.to re juisition quite re
3 tLc nllh, ot thc lblu of February.
lSdC. acn-.ifwiiiie men, re.-idents of
u.. coau,V eotcrCll ths lu,u0 ot-j0!eph
na.ti ;rsun wno nau aeen a treeaau
tor several jeira liumb.e mm tniijcisive
and tuich respected, the owner of forty
si'ie; of land, and beat and horribly mm-
.t.i l.! 1.!.
uti'j nun, uia iii'vimts jiroiruamg
ge'i two Jays in agony and died
At the fcatne time th'-y set upon an old
man named Thackcr. who was at the
house of Balls, beating him far some time,
putting cut an eye and then very delib
erately placing him over the fire, roasting
him first upon one side then upon the
other Lpon the same niht, and as is
presumed, by a portion of the same gang
an attack was made upon the house of
Fete Burns, about four miles from the
residence ol Balls Burns was a most
ing to a military camp, a writ of habeas
: l- tj rr
iwipiu wu ipouou ojr wuoKv aaappeisoB
of Montgomery county, and the men dis
charged and set at liberty, be holding
tint the freedmens bureau hu no legal
cxistenoc iu Kentucky, and that the writ
of habeas corpus is not suspended is this
These views are sought to be impressed
upon the people by leadingjneu, and are
the source of saucn difficulty.
The fact should be impressed unon the
minds of the people not only that the
bureau has a legal existence iu Ken
tucky, but that it also has a real one.
It gives mc pleasure to report that the
freedmen exhibit an early desire for edu
cation Ono of the most humane and ex
cellent 5ntlcmeu of Lexington, long a
i . i . . .
SIlLlfii:--. . 'IBO ll f.ihhini. . H .h....t
icniuunt 01 iwontucity, tola ,ine lie was
oatbuisheel to ace such an Itticitss desiru
fcr infurmation, a'ad that he'ahoight tho
freed children were learinexasts tlsan
ike whiteV of the tame age. .! Penona at
tno ago or ntty arc learning to read and
In Lcxinston thv ana well nrotided
with sohools, bit sadly delcient in couri
In some of the counties there-eats f-
ganiied bands of men, callea "Mewniie.
"Moderatord," "Nigger Killere," who
have driven tho freedmen entirely out of
ceruin sections,, ana uegiu to tnreaten
and intimidate white men.
In tho city of Lexington the freedmen
receive fair wages, and this is the case.
I think, in some other seotlons; but there
are counties and portieni of counties,
where they are forced orintimidatad to
work as low as six or seven dollars
month, and in other counties induced to
work without a stipulated price. In Jea
samine county alone aro oontraete to any
extent brought under the supervision ol
the agents 0 the bureau, and there its
benrficial effect i beginning to be felt by
all inti rested.
Ur.t I this system is fa'rly ranted out
there will continue to be a great amount
01 oppression ana injustice.
A thorough on-aoiution f tkaaJat
partment in the Lexington District of
Kentucky is also necessary in many parts
to protect those trulv loval and hnmana
cittzena who would gladly do much to
aid the frcedman in his trying situation.
out are now tntimtaited by local preju
dices or the fear of personal injury.
Special Inspector of Ky. aud Tcnn.
Lexington March fi, 1866.
A truo copy. H. S. BROWN,
Captain and Ass't Adj't General.
Chuges la Taxatlou.
The Committee of Ways and Means, in
Congress, have framed a bill embodying
in part the ehanges in the revenue 'which
havo alaeady Wen agreed upon. The
tax on incomes has been fixed at tVe $er
cent, on all over ono thousand dollars.
The taxes in schedule A, which compri
se a great variety of articles, such as
Watches, carriages, 4c. have all been
thrown off except upon billiard tables
ani carriages worth over three hundred
dollars. Cotton is taxed five cenU per
pound, payable not by the planter, but
monthly by the manufacturer who recei
ves it, or by the exporter at the rime of
sh.pnient. The tax of one dollar a bar
rel on crude petroleum is removed. The
iax on transportation is also reinered.
The tsx cn whijkev is not chsnffsJ.
! These are the important features of the
I bill, though it covers several miitor arti
Persecutions or Germans In Tt. is.
The Austin correspondent of tho Cin
cinnati Commercial gives accouMrof the
persecutions of German immigrants in
Texas. This writer says :
"Tho hatred of tbe rebel leaders was
early aroused against the Germans by the
refusal to participate in tho election 'for
the secession convention. In Gillespie
county thpy held no election at all. and
in other counties sent none but Union
men. When tho ordinance ws submit
ted to the popular vote Gillespie county
gave 46T votes against it and 14 for it, o'f
whom only one was a Gerniau. Kerr
county voted solid against it, ani other
counties did nearly as well.
This hatred has continued to inccae,
and the personal indignities and sacrifice
of the life of Germans have been very
It is intimated by intelligent gentle
men that the German population Jq the
countiea abont San Antonio actually dc
trea;ed during the war. The colony i
supposed to have contained about 11,000
Let' 1 re tho war, while now it is estimated
at several tnousands less."
WAanixoTost, March 25. The De
psrtment of State has received authentic
information thit the three colored child
ren of Hose Blgria, of New Orleans, who
were taken to Havana without the con
sent of their patents, have been sent back
to her by the United Slates consul at
Havana. General Canby gave informa
tion concerning the abUuction or removal
of the children, when the State Depart-
mem insutuiea measuTce wnicn led to
their recovery. v. .
Senator Howard saving returned to
Washington, it is expected that the re
port of the Committee on Reconstruction,
emoracing tne testimony ot uenerat liee
will be presented early this week.
The Uw ef KvMwc-t .
The aew revised statutes provides fhat
parties may hereafter be witnesses in their
own behalf in civil cases. This is one of
the wholesome reforms adopted by our
but legislature. The rule U new uni
form in the State and Federal Courts.
It is a curious fast that this law which
now prevail in England, in all the eonrU
of tho United States, and in a large num
ber of the States, haa uniformly been de
nounced by fogies and incapablea, a its
adoption, but has in no instaaoe been re-
Sealed by a State or Government which
as once given it a trial. The old notion
that a mans testimony is of no value
where his own interest U involve', has
beeti thoroughly exploded,
An Englishman being asked hnw he
spelled saloon, replied, '-With a hees, a
hay, a bell, two hoes asd a Leu,
Tie White 3I Con.trr.
Tho following eloquent appeal in favor
of granting tho right of suffrage to' col
ored, occurs in a speech recently nado
in tho House of Representatives, by a
member from one of the New Sngland
Sutcs : ,
""The white man' government," do you
say ? Go to Fort Pillow. Stand upon it
ramparts and in its trenches, and recall
the horrid butchery of the black man
there because he had joined you against
the rebellion, and then say if you will,
"This is tho white man's eovernment!"
Go to Wagner I Follow in the traok of
tho Massachusetts itiy-ourth as they
went to the terrible assault, with the
guns flashing and roaring in the darkness.
Mark how unflinchingly they received
the pelting iron hail into their bosoms,
and now they breasted the foe I See how
nobly they supported and how heroically
they fell with their devoted leader I
Count the dead. Piok up the severed
limbs. Number tho wounds. Measure
tho blood spilled, and remember why and
wherefore nnd in whose cause the negro
thus fought and suffered, and then say,
if you can, This is the white man's gov
Go to Port Hudson I Go to Richmond!
Go to Petersburg I Go anywhere nnd ev
erywhere, to every battle field where the
negto fought, where danger was greatest
and death surest, and tolfmc, If you can,
that "this is the white man's govern
And than go to Salisbury and Colum
bia, and Andersonville, and, as you shud
der at the ineffable misery of those dens,
.and think of those who rastlio dead line
and were not shot, but escaped to the
woods and were concealed and fed and
piloted by the black men, nnd novcr once
betrnyed, but often enabled to escape and
retarn to their friends, and then tell me
if this is "a vfhito man's eovernment."
Then, sir, follow one of those escaped
prisoners to his home. See how lovingly
tue mother clasps tho emaciated torm ot
her darlinc soldier hov in her arms: how
carefully she feeds and nurses him ; how
gently she tends him; how constantly
she watohes over him ; and, as she bends
her car to hear him tell how the bluck
man saved him, whisper in the other par,
"This is the white man's government."
Go to the grave ! Ave, sir, go to the
grave of ono of those devoted black men;
where they lie all along the march ol
your armies, and upon every battle field
and rampart, and. remeuiberiuj: there by
what fiery trials and struse'es this nation
nas been saved, tnniK ol htm who Mcep
beneath vour feet, and how and Lv he
has been saved, think ol htm who Mcep
'died, and then i:ive thanks to Hod that
you arc not like otl or men, especially
. 1 . 1 .1 . , 1 1 .
tins jiuur uegro, nun 111111 me it uiif
Mnn'at fln.-.irnm.mf lia. cn ni-.i jt.rt ...1 "
Oil. wll.lf;, rrnol nni-lr.M-i t,i tnr In !
i, wsi.it ;i
such men, i did Mir Senator from Penn
sylvatr.a, that a rigin. iy vn. w.i but a
chauce to get their heads broke, in con
tact with a superior race ! When thc.-e
men want forth to rieht, did Mint Senator
think of broken heads; or is it a new sol
icitude, born only when they ask lo lo
acknowledged as citizens of "a common
country to which they have devoted their
Bou't Do It !
We commcud the following pungent
piece of advice from the New York Tri-
buue to any innocent minded Union men
hereabouts who are liable to be beguile )
into a coalition with the copperheads iu
their; hypocritical support of the Presid
ent's policy .
"When one who declared that Lin
coln's election provoked and justified se
cession and disunion als you to sign a
political call, don't do it.
When one who trantel to coax trait
ors to deubt fnia firing on the flag, seiz
ing the fortresses and robbing the arsen
als of your country by kickins the cw
Kngland States out of ths Union and
agreeing that the slaveholders might take
their human chattels into every State
and plant their 'institution' in every Ter
ritory ot the Union asks you to unite
with him in a political movement, don't
do it I
When one who declared the war for
the Union unjust, and proclaimed on the
street that the rebels were fighting for
the defence of their rights and their
homes, asks yon to unite with him in an
avowal of political sentiment and pur
pose, ooo t ao it
When one who steadfastly insisted
throughout our great struggle that the
rebels were always victorious that our
arms made no progress that our natio
nal debt would be repudiated that the
Union could only be restored by first-pi-viou
it up as tost, and then askinz the
victors to let us creep in at the back door
oi tne Lonteiieracy, now urges you to
eyiupathixe and fraternise with him in
denouncing as traitorx and disunionista,
the foremost champions of 'Liberty and
Union, now and forever, one and insep
arable,' don't you do it I
'When one who denounced and raved
at the emancipation policy of President
Liueoln ai unconstitutional and Buicidal
who declared that it had 'united the
South and divided the 'North' that we
never could suoceed till it was repudiat
ed that, if Lincoln was re-elected, the
WT ' '
union would never bo restored now
wants vou to plsv second to his first:
don't you begin to do it !
oaitu the trrcat Ados He to the Gentilea.
'Be not deceived. Evil communications
corrupt good manners.' When all man
ner of copperheads and secession sympa
thisers ask yen to train in their comnanv.
, tell them you'll rce them blest first '"
The Latest.! Aneotorit.
The present session of Congress has
bccnrbroliflc of Constitutional amend-
mnnta tint nrttin VAf lint-A ltnn an
worded as to command tho two thirds
vote necessary tor tbeir pasaagd. We
it-n fVitm WftiYiinrrtnn itint'nt a VaiiaIa.
rial caucus held on the 17th, a committee
appointed at a previous meeting submit
ted nu amendment as follows. "Repre
sentation shall be apportioned am one the
so-., t s'-i'rs which may bo iucluded
wifltiti tliid ITnimi .a..mtl:.-(v 1 1 tlin yn .
spectivu number, counting tho whole cum
ber of poisons in each Stale, including In
dians not taxed, hut whenever in any
Stale (lie elective franchise shall be de
nied to any portion ot its male citizens
above-tho arm nf 21 ve:ira. rrtc-wi for
criuio ur disloyalty, the basis ofrcpro-
sciiuiuun 111 sucu siaics huau uc lcdurcu
in propoition of the uuuiW of male citi
xens so excluded to tho whole number of
malo citizens over til vcar ol Hire." I In
Tle emigiation from Europe to this
country bids fair to be larger this year
tlion ever before. Already thcarri'vals
nt New Vork are largely in excess of the
arrivals at this date last year, and trio tide
has jt!?t begun to set in. A letter from
rmiktort on the Main savs tho ctnigra
bwi t vil lltV 't.llJ Sli t!) IIIO Ullltl
tiou from Europe to this countrv in lStltJ,
wi:l reach at leart 300,000 pewon. The;
disturbed state nf Ireland, too, will nc-
...... . .v.,., ,,,,,,
un'juiot region, so ilit,t nuy tntnraHj-
look lor the largest apeo-ui.Mi to nn.- rnn.
nliitlnil AVA) .i.rM,. .1 .n f . . a ..... h I...- .
A Xhv Tarlfl.
Mr. Moiril! lias notified L'.j:,i tlct
lie intends to prepaie an increase n du
.i . ..J.1 , ,
tICS Ot about lltrv Her eent. nnd aa il.i
. , a ...i . .i . ' "r r -
nut doubt that :... ineioaso i, l.unrcd ty
:i majoi.ty oi l cnws. ndvise importers
o he prepared for it although it may
take twelve or hneeu months hetorc it
rikva iiirr.i nt)iir litirnfii
ClSC.NAti, Ma:i!i - I'ike's t);..r.i
House took fire frin i'i; csplo i i(
,3as at 11 o'clock to nilit. i ii.Mniili:
the wlinle building v-i i:i :'. i:r.o. J I -
Adam- Hmre !ii-v. Uii lioy f; tV:r'!.
bonksollers. ; l'.ti'r- sn 1 l!i-i'!-rr. ui'ui'-,
stu'.c: WhefW an-1 Wil-n i hm.iii
oeciiiv ini; the huilditi-.'. wc.c n.it -!v l;.
strove'd. " I.-? i.li-. ut .-:r)0tHl'' .
- - - - -- -
I A I, lliull lliall ill 'lVx.l. rfii I i'ik .'hi
I i;ral flas ever his h ju-
iftiT -lit; i''
lie i v life i i . .-i
. t-itii-iM and told tint the 'i' !.
I hauled down; that uli;V .1,
I'exaf- niipht accept the ..itir.ii-.''i
I del' .it, ihev eoiilil hut -itltmU to ;i-v !-iri
i of tliij kind II,- rolV.ed to t.,l.r- -.-. n
the !'.::?. end I.e paid t'jr hi.- rcfjid with
,., '"."T"-' .
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Cstmiait il ;t iea.-; ."i5,C'jO tmv. . i'i '., cor
, ttti the mi.-tati'i i?itt made ir tl.e ."-'i. n-
'Ot'J !l t!.,' P.tifir-n'.i fiti.-ri..n ii.-. V.'
,rn.-kii !ju on!y 2d.0in) )iiu!i::ui:.
was agreed to by the lU'puultcan senators ' l;r n ''.liiinbii and Xaplca rail,
present, and it is ihjuglil it may ho udop- announced '.oiuuicmo in a
ted. Wo canuot sec how ,iny llcpnbli- weeks, probably vj.hu ihn lit of April,
can, unless he delight in being imprnvti- The completion 0!' this rood will brin?
cable, can nnnnt- it. I llannibal ninutv 1; i of trvol .....
i,i... r . r-i i . - iiiein wouiu i. ive rfeencit u vote, tor
tl.ln I L T '"' V"'m a ! Ins conscie,.c" should
tieunn vho-o p0.t,:n ta -u h ... to ynejb, cIoar en tL h M,blcctt
Loin 1.1 I',. f,Tl't,5i,: "", r",ai' ! ,lr'srs- 3'ra,t- WlatMl ILildwin spoke
pointed tnofliee, rotate mi..:,.paUs iu ,-,vor thc resolution, and M4r
a reco.nre.i.-o for aervicw ... ti.e ',.e lu-1 lt011!lc.r aild NorrJ. , ail)ft it
u lo Ii .orT,!,i . , T t1'3" P'U : i The Jopoa fin..l!t,
the police vl thi city who Las no: .-rved I i,l0i.
in tli-rebel army. What loyalty to j vC-Baldwin Carrfll P.r
XtCi-l:sho1n ,l01'r;CC Han io Ciwt1:
oracati, treason. , L.hlin, McGw. M.l'lieu-o,, MilW.
The ice bridge ov.r the Nlar. nxT:tn'lDm- 'i'Mw'
t the foot of the Anmni-un ',U
rcma'iK firm, and i ?ro,scd dailv bv hun
u. audi, eroded dallvhvlmn.
ureus j; pcop:e ar ti:e prunt Known n.,
"The I-'crrj." The ice in the river Le
tweou the falls and the Supcu-inn Uridse,
cou'd bu measured by the million cords,
and it is estimated that the river will not
be clear before the middle of Mav.
Memphis is thoroughly reconstructed,
and ready, in the Presidents opinion, to
be represented in Congress. Yet the na
tional airs cannot be performed at the
theater without provoking a storm of
hisses and other violent signs of disap
probation. The South Pacific railroad bill having
thronch the exertion nf Sifinit.ir Ttrnn-..
passed the Senate, is now in the House
r t? , , - . -
" ciirooeniuTcs in wc nan as or Hon.
B. F. Loan who will give it all the at
tention which its great importance to the
West and whola countrv iln niflllrtc TC
Gen. Loan can secure to this enterprise
the 970,000,000 of Government security
the success of the most practical continen
tal route to the Pacific will bo secured.
The Mnntnl (lawMln Va r,tir fin.-,.
ernment to task for not issuing a prccia-
mauoa ana nsinc 'accent atiieeneo to not
down the Fenians. What did it think of
the 'decent dilipenev mud h tho TtM.V,
Government iu putting down the secess
ion element that mi nhla ir. ..k...
build and fit out ships on English soil
uuuug iot) rcoeiiion, in order to destroy
our merchantmen and other crafts.
The Canton Pre 5 t7 r A s in4 tern ami Avar
the arrest of P nn Tirt 4 man
iu I jaetnoaias episcopal
Church iouth, for preaching without ta-1
ling the cstV
STATE ITB M8.
J. J'. Benjamin was to leave WashloT
ton on the fith for his homo in ifhe)lS
county, having been-telegraphed tfSI.
dangerous illness of his wife.
An olioiimi is to be held in Liviucitax
county on tho 13th of May, on the ran.
road question -that is. whether ho coua
ty will take 8200,000 in the stock of ?fi
Uhillicotho and Brunswick railroad. '
A negro wr.s orreMed for attempting to
rob and kill nnotLer colored munS
Uth , . at Hannibal. JI0..Bnd ha. bcta
sent to Pahiiyrm for trul. IU victim i.
B-HinciM nn the Big Muddy is qnitt
brisk sis boats having passed this port
one day this week. St. t'l.as. Cosmos.
At Hannibal,, last v. id .1 lad 0f niM
The Lexington Express ai there will
not bo less than two thousnnd acres of
hemp in that county this summer. Tb
will mako a yield of six hundred torn
Before tin war Lnfayetto produced four
thousand tons. The corn, wheat and to
bacco crops will be large. Cattle, molts
and hones will have to be imported to
meet uie ucincnas ot tne county.
One day Inst vc:, savs the State Tirs
Kauffmpn. a German," livinf sis m!i'
vest in nu; n.y, iosi a p.icKaue contain
ua 5300 on tlic read Ictwoen the citv
mt !.:- Iin-.n tr '! 1.. 1
.t . t J
iiiv .,.-. uiuiitrt 1,1 jkv iiiucK, an 1
11:1 yestcidav Mr rf.'K.
:ivinjjniari:"cnvi:it t hup in and paid
ivnr ' u uie e.mu. n i:v;viii;- g 100 for
, his honesty.
1 uiviiiii-tun oiiuntv . our' orOn
.1... .1 . - I ..
T'.c Liviii-tun onuiity our ordir
i "in. n ivau v'iiniiii??iijrier.A. ..uoldt
, lt,iaiate tho cost of a bridire aeros
, ,irai(tl liv ou lhc gpr, H(!1 j
ms.. ,.nip, oompetcnt t r,pin,.,r at tl .
loxjnViU -.ouiitv, and tho O.mmi',
, j.,;,! ... , ,),,, I..,!! ...... ,i-,v,
- - . Kit u vv'ul,.-
t .iu.ipp t no urosiiiiL' tii'-
tween t!.- ino,"ii r CSl, ,il Cicck ami Be i
i' :d, ti. i ,'.e lo-; id ice for o:.- it twj
'Ihe ;': 'nr T! .-. : cf tl.n ICtlt in-iji.
pilatf tb .t .: nr.oii oi'tlio J;'tli or.! P.n,
ii'l Iiaii'.y. curiiiecie.'t wi.li the I'lv
t-o intry lta'hoad, viiirru at :l.e til. 'ieor- -
llflnl in U'n.l.,i, M. 1'..-
.w.. ... -ivii. .1.. 4.I4I1.,U11, V I.
'.'ur somo cii'j-'.- no' rii&doscd. drew n liitiv
lirk-k'ife .nd iufii.-.ed '2 ieriiu-. wnand--:)
ti.e pel- !i r' Hv.lov. rtic of aim,!
... -ii-'iv '.:: i.'.ir'!i -.!:a
luiii-. i'i V.i n'j.!,! .-iiuii
u :V ' !'. u i-in i;i. ,: t!,c i
In :i ii ': ii.r I'iattc t,., ; .
'I'M.- to (hi
'. I b- -ti.'r
Wc fn -i .!,. f iliowin.- i r i.clif;
v. the 14th
icurtent ri r.minj au
tl-Vln.lit dl' !llil.-.i"f fri tin
mini U i- fiv.li liou.c.-, tue ofii.-erj and
I'-iM- . It. . ' .1...I v....i i .... .
t!u:r ii .i. - the ic-.-p. Jroin le-
n-inl.i-r r'n m .Km hi v.- a ..i-,.. ....
; Mr. MuciMi f.biiir.il tn !!. Ma.r..f
the resolu-Lm. He appea'eJ to the 9cn.'-.-if
hotivr of Jvnati-r? n"t t pas-, tl h bill.
Had any "h'enator ra d to liieif ,i,--'itn
itf tii''V wnul-l take th;s pnv. sciw nr."
I. .V".- rVr'". "n.pUan.I
lia'Ii.'l. t.iordon. llieknv Kavsi- Mnrr-n.
MuciK'h, .Vnrris and Vo'ui-. '2
The fame resolution parsed 'l.e llou??,
and wc re-let that th.- vote ou it in that
br.int.ti of the Legislature :? not given, as
the penp'e aie intcie-ted in knowing who
f U' iini 'Lai V. White, feu. wss
killed Monday by falling with an unsafe
bridge across USl? Shn.-il flrcek. Hnvu
returning with S. L. Duusmorc from
St. Louis. Mr, White aud his team were
precipitated to the bottom of tho creek,
a distanrn nf Qmnn fifitinn n- Ivanir r.,f
and Mr. Whito was so badly injured that '
he died in a short time, his skull being
badly fractured and some limbs broken.
ffl. v .
me uriuge is 6am to nave uccn uasatr
for nt 1rt tfll-iD rfllf. T)AAir) lnikt-A
a widow and orphin?. Grcenulle '111
a I . . r. ,
Advocate ni ii.jt.
The "civil rights" bill, declaring per
sons born iu this eountry to bo citiiens,
excepting Indians not taxed, and to se
cure all persons in the Stales and Terri
tories in the cniovmcnt of his civil riehta.
has finally passed both houses of Con
gress, and will soon be presented to the
Lieut. Gen. Grant, who, during the
War. tvafi hairAiA Iftra ft nr,4 l.nft wliftM
whiskers were invariably kept neatly
cropped in accordance with the rules of
military etiquette, oow tppeara oomple-
.V V t.t. t' .
"m7 viiiuai.i, oow
lcly shorn "f his fnial