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putnhor of school h, '!-■ > n ] -ir d. Jf
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„•, n,o v\i.o will take lh<; tn ul ’n to
i;,i|iiir.' tor them. lut '
r-. t'.., t i- . ! <‘tir Jr--i : t -i :• m 1 t -
• tin. ti.-n i' ii.tii.i’.. ly st:j nor to n••
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i T. pro sure v. ill 1 <■ nta le nj it th- j rc>-
slatur !■• ’ ' ' r
< T 1* 1 ' Sat ViT\
ti...n \inj i t ;:i; *r> o’ : '
’] I o '.i:>t i't ■ n i*. t’ t’ ■ • :
i-truth t\ of the s. lo'ls is t o f;.r nr ■ \vd
fr.-n, th. ! i The s e. ; .1 i . tl ./ t'„.
; V ■ ftl . C. t'.tral hi' s'
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t -. . : partiican 1 ■ •
inter. t>. ’lhi Kurth is. the <\] ■: -- d‘
t!e*s\ -tent
i 1 f;t.e . f the nr. •t! < hit
p. rini. nhi tit n.'-it Ir; n y :'■■■' ' Wl
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he w. ii f in.■' i. lut li.e •r: } :•>
to r- lit- 'v ti -in witut \\ ... ’ Z '> '
snipervis n • the sel 'ls. ‘"lff say?
the v j i ti.,'. t ii> ut. ■ ;he p. v.i r vs- ;
{ > t tr. i. i t r.i tif tl i- to he withheld le
i it le v i rnl altee he a: ti- ■ -t. u
I , .ss will 1 slow if net entirely
V.' \ pt. j'.. ' wet : r :iy :. " ' w
t \ . at; iin i - no:
| \•- ;! 'i ,h run 1, :m • win
is I'. ih d ur-i fs vi.sir.-l hk I
he r tl.an in thi it .na.-> i.o ut .
>t* i i < ■;" •
■ h f mill ti;-..: T .p, ; - >
i; ui t rhij ut
in i, . ■ off ts It is . > \
have a >i..p -\s!eui and will lee....op
es: o ... .. ; • \ ; u. . ■ ..ii : in; ; Mat
'.. n. ' t i.u\e an tth sy-ti in. it
, i’. Ih -il . s tvn p;u i t.t a i ii s u.i u-
C'Ati . > that . Maty la:. ! in lh- ■ Ul -
t ishumn thi 'vt -el . I yi e.r. 1 _l7l
tel i ,s win tet -.in- I'- r t.h u r. --t
Ul :\!.;,iuit of !'.hi •'* pv r - 1.,-'.
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-h ■ ’ in van w r r uch w- rV
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receives
■’! •■ h ■a i ' nr- 4 1: ■re 11;at. -!.- pay- - .
A! !i-h thpr. -• nt F\n>ti-th and throw
. ui, - , n; n its e’.vn r*' - s urns, and
• M inst ad of paying 1 nts
lied t j y n arly 3G
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In 11.t.i;* - :i• n. it ai'..; - ;- us jas
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1 ... *
• ity r-n
--: lr. Tnn'ing, giv f the
M \ -
!:■ i- in hs, i yt ar ofettr pul iic schools.
;>■ tv,i ]. rai.u’ir ;r the h-k of! ringing upon
! >r. 1 . ur- n. - 11.. cltarg' -- iihauv
n - ' r.i ; a i.ei’url airurrat. n soerty.
we 10-. st, tl.al, ill Ti*i ei-unty tliO Mate.
t!ie ! work heeu L It. r done than ,
,in .e.r ■ mi, t..hii _ r all ti diffieulti • into
' .■ n j0,.1 tl, it. in in. r -untv
;■ ‘ , , ■ . ■
-. !; 1 n.• ov in. nt ui; ier the j r -••ut
- \ ,:i I dir. eliv tree. :.hle to the ea- ■
( n v nd.. i ■ r _'\ ->f tie: -junty hup. tm
■i-nt i; ,n Sr. M: ey s, W e _-r.e h : -v,
]■• r'- report.
I r - - h • -ti: n.i* n.y see- nd An
ne, 1 !i ■ er i i, !; 1 \\< ik in Si.
M.lev’s C v. W, iiuve ! - u gelting
•;. . h ■ ■ •!.■ this V. r. Ail ■nr
' ii -. no -: f wi.i it were uni; - ,
have I ■ :t ruj aired, turiu-n d.
.noi ta ei-uti rt-i Me. 1 1 ’Ui* to w of.es ;
. u ••.(• j ! .ii fnrut •iioii tty th*- Ma:<- 1 ’.l'm
vi ]■;■; t, a.iolt, li.-Ve !■• ea i Uiit aiolsilp
■ d with tin- >p> r . -a. l.viry house
},. , a pro-, i ; 1 n .th a snore an i a ,
I, u. I:-' - .ard. In rder t-> g. t the funds j
to ,-, - rv t<* r- j iif and ! n.'d. we were j
I (■< ..ip-Ih'd to sitsp. ltd Sell, olsfor one term, j
V e: d in re in w 1, 'its s are urginth
: need,-I.- _ ’ |
j ( )|;r ■■■•],.. 1-. W .th feW exceptions, have j
I• . eit iioit.g vvi 11. n ali/envr all r. a ne.M ■ j
’ ,-xj.. . us. ti.in ti atti nd hett ran 1
:i t • inct tile re.- in their stu
... 1 , uhi. as i- Usual, say it.uch in ;
I ! ... 11, htlt pi. Ter sta'i-lies, as
writ:, n r. - : an- expect, d to gh w. j
i■ ■ ,■ u j ring ii e tin e fnn of the
jI- v. ; ; ; i the t■ rr ; ilng l< ruts ot
tie- ! iv. :.r. <ur j regr. - is - h .n - .
. i - h in I s o7,
. . increase of
iiulsOG, -6
V niiiuls r oflpupil in I i: ' ; . S'>o
•■!■■: I. !■.•', 1;. ;■ ■ '
7:. . v . 027
1 s> 7. of 172.
. 1 iu
•i-J-T, ' 7 in 1 -t>7, ;-27!
A\. ; . f ,-h sch lar i'n 1' 'h
(■’ 12.< n' in' 1 ' '-7. 1 i .2".
Av ■!- I - ;of. a!i dif'i rent ; r.pil, in
; , th- ii tiii - i -ft-iii - ; l.s of .ur whit •
, ir- n.. -'r 01-goi* _• nee have at;- u.h -1
i-nr lh ; ’f- Se!,lid- war, an 1 wen
ihe I ui’.t wii.eh are r. • h !, and ,
ai, \ ■'■.-! \ ;,-kt d i.-r. all Ihe children t f t r.c
tioiially jirov 1 for
{ a. - f ... !.. is a- ner.i'iy are , mg m!;
o; tin- ol room. 1 wi-h I vu! ! say
th'.. f all of ill tn. T! ■ n r ■ -we-v. r I
ft he S In i Is and T< a h rs el sow It re.
I i-Uei -lh d 1 am with i ur i wn
\7, ha. o i: : so much ■ f u • e-.at.i.-al drill.
s vsll ;a v.:til f- -] et lor es
.l :11.• i o.renn.-lnni'.'il nix. r.-i::, s.
i 1 iall iu a very pr -
n nd - ■ :v
--lus i;ne-s *w
. - ■' -1 mil . : '
ir | -art of tin nitty, s' ill attracts the
It has ac
tent I -- ;eu!i vof In-true - o n. at i'a. - head
r\ VI y
f 1 ■' lh'v Mr - ■
A i,si ;ds aa n y f-r 1 y- in miu.- - vi
\. is v* rv l . 1% st in . y all wl
11 to say thru the Systet
: : .j 1 n el- dig weil ill rid- I n? -y. and
I p! 7 y may
wi-h ami sei k for ta.-ro ot the popniar x le- |
: . i.t in i- i t.<-nil nd ' tv;; - .- i. l!.e\
w h to i.ave i ntro! of the select mu and ,
. 1,..;!.0L1 U.i lit . 1 th.uir isiueali' -ttal
- , . and I think ti..,: -i-u-itive- .
n -- ii- it ii. - \ j iut i.-e. nelusivcev
i.i. n - do ir. in’ !■„. nt e. mj • iter.-; -n ;
•of d..i Idigi . -i intersst-s ci their eitu-lren.
!- d. o i. d; to e’n.a _e all eoin.j iasnt
f;■ Sy -It ■ 1.'...;;;.-- tip.
;, r < el at 1 • it; Si
.. ;
taut resi A-ft tn the up; or section, and.
r v..‘ - ..I lir'si a.; .e f :sr that tio
,n, Mo- n r r d ;g- i.e v i.-r I lo -
Sit vert I iiel ■ lied ; ial tnd ro
i ■ 1 •
hav v tis] ~ ;t. - fear, and
: S-, -■ \ _ do. c u ;;;■ r.! il - i>n.
11. nod. not that J• ; ular i .hueati.-nai
- j lor by i
iti M I. . -iature.
Mv ( ii ,: - have don theif duty.
, - , i !;;t VO die ted V :
list V> ....
.ns,!- fi \] :. nee and :d . y .d.w.y
--.1 1... - . . ti j r- nil, ur i .-;ct ;.o tS -
lary's d oon.'
(s of the Coun
,v. 1 i v '. s :. 11 .ui lif it.- .n
--v’d.u; ido ;;; i to. ottr übh‘.
1 ’: .7 I, o.s well as many others
in tv < and }
..... ii. • . .. 1 i.avi aeicd v;tu a x.cw
,c ;iu ini. I s’- , i ] > l.tc veto; w L la i
v \jilit I. Si ad n.y-.lays.
la , r.hit eo vv i: it ti -• I-'of h- li-'r
R. , o ; C w’n .;. c. • let er ie. 7 .
[ -, to li.e K'.uducss ami V- urti'.-y
w; .*v i: . * } ■ ■ •*• -■' *
can. I . - n • I 5..;.,l a.w, y
that out - " 4 ' - -
in twi> - uU* /e an ; >f-diiy .
(Cor j ftl Beat
Washington Jan loth. 1 v '.C.
r.-piT-'-.- is ag:. ri up* n wh -h. t- the
p* }.’ *.*f this unfortui.at- town, is w rse
{■• 'til- n.-*.-*a! i famine. T:. two
-- jut jt j ’.*• ;i n.i* ry at
rt i ' .I Mt (.’• tj t:r puts on: t-r
--■ r s'.;, tb- r - ■ fas* ti. w have n
lime t L•. ... re tl y .ana
•her at t. -. r k- pus . R-ng. isj • ■•i-
I i -' L . - -
t S - ’
. rranjre i w plaits- tortur
to digr.de ami j urMi unarmed im n ■
at. ' 'l' kucil ss und star,mg women and
for this ( r t bo tl nl\ - oc
r-at i* >n : ir sen pt fat hers. It is
all v>. r\ w 11 f.*r such fiend* inhuman
firm a* !.■ w h Id • •;:* in ('••! rr- t*car
r ■ ti th game ti. y have in Land. A\ bile ,
the war was g* it..' <*n, they were th- fel
lows wh- staved a: home ami shouted‘hur
rah , I - v> I a'" "ti an 1 ri -lore tne mar o.u
Ibig ami k*-cp the Union safe,*’ in U>l. j
Form-v's st y t 1 • ■ st u ftl ir
Now t restored tbo I ui
tl- itsUi.-l - • ; liv.-.-i tin-’ treu.-ure hay-- been
■ am! ir I m.-t a ha.
t--:> are d- in" all la tie ir y w- r to i-:. :tk
up ami u< -tn v what :t east so much to |
■ t.M. In I- .in 2 ov-t the hst "t names j
that so te! ru our legislative, rolls, we
ti re- that •tu m:le man that ever was in
a l ittle, except th‘a of S-hcnek (that |
might v l-utmmr) ?ud lie made such ;••*> i
time away that hr- wit. 1 !u- le-.-n di
live ever since. M hen the rank and till
<,i.t r*. -1 the army at the h< :;nh;' g 1 * t.u
\v..r. it v.asf-r tne r-storatlou vl’the 1 n.on j
a- it w ;s, and a... a the s Idlers sa.-i so 1
belli v’d tin \w*rel. -n st. All the tru
and >_*•■ i d lighting men ay the sane n -w.
! at- i it is only the shirks and hi spital hum- j
i mers, Hi our gallan ay -a-h i mem-j
I of (’onuTi ■*. that now, o:iward-!ike.
ru I -i* the i r v of d ivii with the white man ;
an- i up \v itn the u- gro. _ [
■\\p !.- g<it n. Bank ■’ pardon. We had
f--r.: tteti his gallant and distinguished scr
vi-.-s in the ti'ld, where, tor so lone a
tint -. In tilled with admiral 1 ability the
j iet of C -tiuiiis.-ary General t ■ bio'- ••wall
.iaehsi tbs division of the Confederate ar-
I my of Virginia. ’1 he Cem ml i.-> a mod—t
t■.*.xi and do.- not j-urli his claims, which j
, is tu forgot him. We hoj •ht will
re ivt our aj-olotry ami not teel offend'd.
The condition of the n gn> j> ijiulatiou
! in this lit v i.*. truly frightful and such as
re-j-tiires the iuime-liatc atid energetic in
i’ t Tii n nee of the legislature. Thousands i
I of a! !e-b" bed m irio. s in this city are i
; Without visible J|.(*:.-11S of SUpJuTt. Slid lIVC j
| 1. v 1-eutrimr from door to door ami stealing
whatever they can lay their hands on,— .
! rc are in this city numt r us-org u ized
hau ls of negro lliiev’i sof the met per- j
„l character who nightly commit whole- j
, sale a -1 daring rel 1 erh s in spite of every
j..- ,-aution that can he tal The city -
jail m crowded with n gro tin -ves, dfo.es I
~f \VI ar snt oil t-> he IN nit ntiary
at cv-.t> term of she t’rlniiii:-l Court only i
make room fi-r to w trap to take their ;
- jduci sin jail. In passing rm ofth- new*:
! -V.U],-!, t- s just *■ stullislicd for the \ ■■■m - j
tit the j. -r, <m is as;--nislicd l-> >:•*' th*• ;
itnmeti'c cr v. is of id ic-l odi.-I u -groes '
standing" packed in a s iid sv;— in tV-*t* "f i
the <h--r, waiting, l-u-ek*. t in hat.d, for j
,j, n. all-.-v.-n,-c. W !;i! ■th n gro
ar. tli :■ ih | cud ut ■th ' rity ■ four
citizens for fl daily • ■ : -
tanners are hegtrieg tuem to c -mo to itf
. , rnfry and n eciv ■ good vag s and sh. 1-
ter for timir s-T\i-e<. lint no —.-o 1- ng as
the ji -p e will fc i them and they can j
steal cii- ugii to wear, they will never i
work they are as loppy as they wi-h t--
, he. White this is to iml, no one can t il.
Should you < n j loy one of the numbers j
that come to your dvr every day a-ktng
to lo hired, th. clmncis are that they i
will hot remain oy.ra w.-ek or two, and '
• <J ,t time lie y must have every
k*T It a \ f-r lee-.su re and th* n-" of your
; uw< even: rs in th wi ck r *eive :
iu ry. u t tin n< v timn ing t
tit;,! all v'ur own and your wif. *> cl thing
.• i:.e, with cverv sj non ami valttal hin the '
liottsi', and v>ur wife must *et to w.-rk to
' ; -c! l;i ak fast. Vet. we read of the U UK- j
! \i, ,-kit of th* 1 Fre- dman’s Bureau.
V, c are i-u-i In w h- te st ami d-.oi!- th
f e- ; men 'ti rc, h- * w wll tui v: to w.-rk, how
Huvi'-its to educate tin m*a lv. s .and th ir ■
child n and 1 > ■ ‘ : ■*-• the ir
I-lae, sin soei- ty diow til they-an to vot*
' >;d I’ll olikes* - f-trust, to liee.euo ItU 111-1
1 f Coiiveitli-’iis, and make laws and
i u 1\ e, assur il V, ar ot opin
tluU the Freedman s Bureau doe- not
t. li t’ne truth on all ■ evasions, and that the ;
■ : - {'the i .wl st such
■ I and al it w hsu toss
I , , n teaeie. is a liutohttg f t tiic 1 1 rs:
1V..-a r and has j v.-i a t-n 1 tali tire—lack i
F 1 ;, v's ojiitkion m-twiths!anting.
inti. I i rant. it s ■ . av-ws l.imse’fas
laving been in fuv- r ■ f tli-- fee- nstrueiton
, n ,i" * tigress from the first, so say .
.. . ; ..,1 | ... i>. Mr. Ims *t. Ict -re setul
ing in his' veto, ask, ' Cranks et-inioU of
: . . i. was tl emj ideally pj •-
t.. it. Brant exprCs- -d the same*-pin
k n a j r.-mim ;:t Washington ]-o!itictan.
lenie.l ItJs all vry well
iPr p to 1-e in favor (f it now. since,
kke Tilth-hat Titmouse, hi'f:;-aids have
rid him what to say. Ben Wade was
t ight afti r a! 1 .
r. old I • . ■ s eel rated . r
n-ing tl v . - t with a large
ami j-ret tv g-■•* i e-nni any ef male and t
tm.le is rformers. But it hats now not tin
mi as W '
- ful heat 1 nev
er, dulta Mortimer and the Fowler sis-.
The preset.t company - - :
itul w ilido wel the j,resent day of lad ac
atai. aetres'i s hit's B m- n.
.j. ~ er. is r ....v w.-r rful. ami Mul- ’
: iusi i v rat\-d negi pet rm
, . pay w . for llu tii pass 1 l
. k ; *, it was a s
mil r ; ark., te > tr-. utnstane- - . t rat s -
n.an-V eftk. ; .t g.k'.gn.k. ito the
I ; lid have gened
• ; Kv. . rug M-.r. w.... .; .vrn.-u ,
-st is still t ■ an - : '
I -... . . -.
\ \V
, . . r or t
' ' '' ■
i v • i i. i *
ton to !;iuua \\r wt * .v ivi
- , - b\ Broug play
■ ; . st wt k ..’ N 1 m - a®
al, drew ptvttv < -t Ijts - - :.i ]-*ay ' !• -
k.-C . -s ; . • W > r*,”‘ ara
n 4. vt think, as popular as times past.
Bt>uj.ham is certainly a finished actor and
ntt of the lest j aust-Ti since the days of
Tn 11-sj-i,. He introduced for the first
uie (we think; Its j-!ay -k --Bavid Cop
']*-fSiid.'’ Brougham, *• the unfortunate
Mteawher, was jn-rtcet and was thoroughly
appreciated It the audience, wae. t--r a
wi-aiir, laught .1 at the pr> }>er tune.
Lull, as Uri ih M cp | layeyl. a hnirablr
He j - haracter of t
i ..: 1 v ~ n a- w Uas v
wl ■■ to see il dot He s i * t have a
perfect appreciation of th - 1 ir tei f
Keep and to enter intf> it wit'i a spirit
which I ” sustainc-l tt.c enure
playmSm; . fthctn -?t eru- Icriß.csh-t d-wu
f r'oer Ln ti. ir llv s at; I called it j-rit
tv go.xl acting. But don't let us cad to
mini the nst of the Company. rh a
batch of miserable aj'.-k g'.cs lor actors i
i never walked the stage ; indeed, it is al-,
most impossible to say which was the
worst, the Company or the Orchestra, tor ,
in truth, both are so had that wc lose our |
1 temper wh* n the curtain is up and our
nervous svstciu gets in a knot when it is
down. VVe shall have V. allach an I I'a
• venport this week at Wall’s Optra Hou-e. !
with their Company. Then we shall h<
bless i with fis t- lass acting, - uly to sp il
us when they leave.
Congress has n t yet got well under
way—things seem to drag. M e!!. we sup
, • tl;- ir blo -1 *n<*u: y t ; th y have
bceaat home for the holiday' and nave
- from timir li.juor and a y t th-y
, • <t • tei ugh of the V\ .i' 1 , n
tangle-leg on 1 ■ ar i to make rhttn savage.
Ikf->re the storm it is gem rally oatm at. 1
in a very short tim-' we shall have i* hot
l-en ugh in the way of Negro tills an*l laws
to make ail hand* start. Tin rc is a storm
of line kind coming and no one s -ems to j
know from which fjaar;- r. It seems to bt .
■ev* rv man Pt himself" as the .Jackass
>aid when- he danced among t.‘ e chick* ns.
Mr. Stevens must b* up to s■•m*sthing. tor
he always no ans mischief when he is
■ juict. When he opens his batteries you j
may rel v on it he will make i rery shot
toll iu some quarter. The ot Janua
ry banquet p:.'- d off in the m- st brilliant
manner. V< u will see ae. nq-o tc n, • -rt
ill the Intelligencer .ofail that was sai l and
done on the occasion, tiiert. tore, it. will
■ he needless tor me to sj>cair of it.
So much f:-ult lias been found with my !
list letter iu conscijucnce of its great ,
length, that 1 shall study hereafter to!
compress as much as .1 can to enable you
t devote more of your space to other mat- j
tors.
Note.
[From th< Montgomery ('o. *S< nt nul.) 1
Tuk Hon. B. G. HAUIUS.
The True a paper printed ,
on the Kastern siiore of air.ryl nil, iudes-.
eantiug’ou the relative merits of the seve
ral gentlemen whose names are sp not
for the scat in the Senate : t the 1 uited
Siates, (nov pcctipied by the il in. llever
dv Ji-liiisi.n, hut vvl'.ose t**rni exj-ires on j
thy !tli <<f March. 1 sU, and wh**se jdace is
t. bt Gil .I y the \ r nt !. 'gislature, . thus
snca’i.s of our late distinguished IT-pro. oa
tallv in Congress ;
“While wo will not have a word of j
censure tor any one w ..'in out B-gtsiUtur*.
will elect, our own preference for this jtosi- !
tinn is forthe Hon. Bcnjamitu C. Harris. ,
and were we a i.n mbc-r of ttic l.egishitaro
ite would receive our un’tvnn-.-.ts vote.- —
Vet v.e do not propose to raise his name
a: t k,- head of our c damn or to sdveafe
hid claims ; that would he “i \es lab *r
lost." Mr. Harris is n t available; hm
democracy is und -ult. dly genuine, hut it :
.h U'it moi.orn.i ai ; he It. >met. . prin
ciples, but he has not lac late improve
ments; be is too hold, too h'-ti-B too,
candid, too fearless, too consistent ; he 1
w m't tempom- 1 en *igh ; tent saoriSoe
jinncii'le tor exp. -iu ney ; isn f conip*.s<
- i the material that eti'crs into the e*>it.pu
of a modern jiolith ian ; he will do'
i, ry well for jn.st.' ot dang. r. but not for ,
positions ot profit ; ills s rvices ar*' inval
uable in driving tl. enemy from the field,
hut inefficient tu ••■'llcv'ttng t* e spoils . he |
ha- talien upon the wrong times ; hr should
have lived iu the dnys or Jackson, wh-. u ;
i ~*h qu ditieri wore eon .;d- rod virtu s—
u* it iic'rf, when tln‘y are regarded scarce
ly less th u vices."
To all of which, above, we moat hearti
ly sub eribe. e\e. |>t in,so far as it alludes
tk Mr. Harris' a lit god want of availabili
ty •
What Benjamin BT Harris, the hold
and fearless champion ■ f j q' ular right*.
the man who, above ell otiur*. had t.ie
firmness to heard the lion in its
ami to enunciate, on the floor of tin.- Bump
Congress, the mcinorahlo sentiment, that
■ ■ J, pod to Cod th k uth ti ight ■ ■ r
e . lojugated 1" He not avail 11< 1 ['•■v
on such ; al h r lash ! Did his con
stituents so think, when, in B'-l, after
having once tried him, they, the people,
lorsed his availal yby re-elt ng
( ugress by a 1 g 1\ iucr is i
majority And tins, t \at a time when
i hi- name was not even allowed to b- prin
t'- i mi the tieaets iu this cm uty, l ut w here.
■notwithstanding this attempt t
ti,'* <{-.;he received a tnousand
majority V
l)•- rather, indeed, has representative
governim-nt so tar degenerated iu these
L nited States that the honesty, candor,
fearlessness and c uslstcuey attrii u'cd to
Mr. Harris iu the above extract, are □•*
longi. r to he considered virtu, s in a public
man k Our Others did n.'t so think, but,
! on the contrary, were --•> extrem- ly eau
, ti-.us tu t'.r.' regard, that into the .tain,'
of t: mo it'ner than men j -<s- sed * t sti-.-h
,s ulvl t h ; •’ at rust t..
honor ; I dignity the Stat
W e h-T-e, therefor* it tl mcmlvers*
~f our i :■ s- nt legislature will give to this
- - . t careful let iou it
serves, and i t sufi th mselv stu be in
luei Iby tl son so loss jar gon of iuteres
i d j luce-hunters, who, regardless of the
.. nty a . ir ter of th State, advo
ute t! iims of that man only who will
Ut most likely to lend himself to t
i ■•!:.; h'luu*. :.t of tr.. ’r own -elfish u. signs.
B. • " cling Mr. H irris to t Senat
of the I ted States, the Legis itun ■-
not on', v re tied the will ■ f mc.r e t.stitu
uts, at i give new life and vig *r to the
, git - f th< State, but, at t
ti , send Joy and glad ss to :■ irts
fall tru Dem 'ratst n igh att un
try .wl are 1 ■ king ' m srd, with a ix
ivut tet>, t fhv r*-uhr n*u>a? f -*#
- ■■ ■*——
prineijdes of justice and right f*w which S
tiiev have ever conten.ievi, and to which
the country is indebted tor ail its past and ,
pr**grvsivo greatness.
Il in I net oi t use very princi
ples that Mr, Harris, whilst in Congress,
s * ie'alousiy labored. and f r width ho has
endeared himself not only t his immedi
a;e constituents, but to the Democracy all
over the country.
Ever dignified and courteous in h.s
manner, vet firm as the “Bock ot tiibra.-
ti : . ■ be w. old, if elected to the Senate of
ti.e Unite i St it-t s. be an ornament there
of which Maryland might well be j>r*'ui,
for now. more than ever, the c untry
needs the presence of just such men in the ■
councils of the nation.
And, so believing, we go for Benjamin
B. Harris before the world.
‘•Their Name is Legion," may be ap-*
plied t*> the innumerable di-eascs to which
the skin is subject. It would be well for
tl; so who are afflicted with apparently
1 neural lo ulei rs. ('id son s. erysipelas and
ruj tions, to u- Gract sCelebrated Salve.
I which cures in a very short time, cute,
burns, sc.dds. flesh wounds, Ac.
MAIUiIKD.
On the ‘Jih inst., bvtheßcv. Mr. Mtr
phv. \VM. S. BO 1* BABE to Miss Oil AK
-I.OXI KBIT f li Kit.
On the loth inst., by the Rev. Father
Iv ine. K.N l J N( >KRIS to Miss
MARIA J. NORRIS.
Or. the same day, by the Rev. Father
Dewolf, JOS. F. Bl \ to Miss MAR
GARET K GRAVES.
On the ISthMn*!., by the Rev. Father
Eulers. RICHARD T.* ABELL vo Miss ;
CECELIA L MATTING LEY'.
DIED.
*
At the residence of his brother-in-law
iu Patuxent district, on Frkitiv morning
! last, JOHN F. CAMPBELL, aged about
35. May he rest in peace.
At the residence of her husband in
Patux-ut D.erk-t, on the l-lthiust , Mrs. i
( ALBERT WOO!). , <
On the morning of the 14th instant,
Mr ELEANOR MiI,BURN, relict ..f i
the hit • John Milburn, in the SOth year
of her age
On the loth intant, after a lingering
illness. JOHN J>l NAM AY, agid about'
00 v 'ars.
Uu the ntorniyg of the 11th instant, of .
Pneumonia, Mrs. ANNIE BISCOK, eon
soft of R 'bert Biscoe, in the liFth year
! of her age.
On the the loth instant of Pneumonia,
W.M. <i. GREEN WELL, aged about 45
i
OIiIITAUV,
On tlie Ist itisti n t, at his rcsidene * in
i litis eountv. Ov*\\ ALD B. BROOKE, in I
• the 73fd year of his ago.
Tito rude blasts of Winter are upon us: ,
j the tree of life has, again been shaken ; ;
aiiotlu r of its branches has fall-n a wav 1
■ Another link has been broken which binds 1
the present to the past I True, the sub- i-.
ji ct of this notice had reached, and even
l exceed© 1, the full period allotted to the I
life of man ; but his demise has left a void
in society which mortal endeavor na
seek in vain to lid. In j>ers>ui. in habit, 1
in manner and in character, Mr. Brooke
was a true n prcsent.itive. both traditioii
, al and Jiistorie, of the proud old century
: which gave him birth. Iu him were haj>-
pilv hh-nded all the elements which eon
' stituts the man and the gentleman ; for. j
; to the austere virtues of The past, he ad- '
d -d many of the graceful aecoii.p!l'iimenta
|of the present age. A philosopher by ,
temperament ; en r a true friend, nor ever (
bug an enemy ; ex voting to bluntness, :
vt>t ever generous and ehivalric ; h:s faults, J
;ifhe ha t them, are obscured from or
view l y our vivid n collection of his many
virtues.
>lr. Brooke wa<, wo believe, a lineal
! descendant of Oswald B. Brooke, who
i hel l the jio.-ition of j rivate Secretary to
the first Lord Baltimore. From that pc-'
riod io the jr- -*nt, his family haVe rest- 1
ded in tiiis county—rand have been imbu- |
ed with that t ue catholicity ofsjorit vvltich
tna-h* illu.-trions the care- r of ttte jiatron
of lb-ir anc'-ator. The deceased was not
remarkable for his observance of tic /’-ntm
of religion, but in spirit none w-re .truer ;
than he. L- tus hope and trust, there
fore, that whatever of careless omission
inav be eljarged to him as a practical
Christian, has been more than counterbal
anced bv !iis faithful and untiring devo
tion to the spirit of true Biinstiau philoi
ot)!l V". 75 j'ivtrat in jKlif.
i_ .
NOTICE.
To Atlnii;iistrators f Executors,
cS'C.
| AM required t ■ cr.fi :1k- attenrion of all \4-
I i;ii:...'tra(ors ami Kv-cio.crs w ho-r ailtnnos
tr are < i.; tv lb in twelve months s)u*l
. - , ud tn
( . I ’ . er.il Laws. liaut ss from
the Circuit Court have hcvn referred to thA of
(iee. and it is essential ill many instances that
the K\( > uto: - .-"1 Administrators should pass
theif :iu .; " ■ ouiitj 1 would also call th*- at
liait.oti of Ca.ir ii.o!- t .Srti n L '., Arti ic :■ t.
Code Pui ;. Ce-liTral I, ,s. in reUrente to a--
counts.
J. T. M. RALLY',
S Leg.ster.
Jan, I*., IsOS—tf.
JAMES 11. WILSON,
* ATTOIiXKV AT LA W,
Lcoiuiriitotcn, M l i
His coran.cr.rc .jthe practice of ; .i> profi>. i
* ntn Lft ' mil wt, st. Mary * County. Md
1 prompt y att t i *to sni busii r*
. :.tr - te-1 to : - care. 11 may always le
f un !at the U:nc of lht t aiur.asiaoL.ers
vu r t
Dec 14, lg6o—tf
Public Notice.
There will tea m ‘ting * f:hc Orj hans’
Court • n Tuesday next, the til st instant.
Bv rder,
J. T M RALEY.
R. gistcr of Will*.
Jan. 10. I*o*—lt.
1 i
Trustee’s Safe
of valuable
REAL ESTATE
IN
ST. ISHW DISTRICT.
I¥Y virtue of an order from the Circuit
3 Court for S'int Mary's county, sit
ting a* a Court of Equity, and hearing
. d;\ - e ot the 4:h day of January. ISGB. the
un ior.-iguoa, as Trustees, will offer at
pub lie sale at the Court House door iu
Leonanitowa, on
j.'l uesday, the 11th day of Feb
ruary next,
between the hour* of 10 o’clock, a m and
4 o'clock, p iu., the following real estate,
to wit :
All that part of the real estate f *nncrly
owned by Jeremiah Artis, deceased, which
wa* s 'ld by the late George C Morgan, '
as Trustee, to Jeremiah Artis, Jr , and
which embraces part of th* tracts of laud j
cal ed
“ POPE’S HOG PEN ;”
FAHT Of -HAWLEY'S MAVOR ; j
lU'dl NECK;
A NO
Taylor's Choice.
Thi* hind has the advantages of a wa
ter location and has fair
BUILDINGS
and otlo r improvements upon it. The
soil is l'O'hl and well adapted to the cul
ture of
FRUIT,
GRAIN, |
TOBACCO, I
j
To persons wishing to engage in the ;
Oyster business this property off rs many j
oxcelUnt :J vanfaffes., and for agricultural
purposes it is sufficiently large for the
present labor system.
TERMS OF SALE.
a* prescribed by the‘order. are CASH.
Upon tlie payment of the purchase mo
ney, the Trustees, will execute a deed to
the purchaser, free, clear and discharged
from all the claims of the parties to this
suit and of those claiming under them.
11 FORD.
K C COMBS.
Trus'ccs.
Jan Id, 18G7 ts.
A Book for every Southern
Fireside.
ALE PURCH ASERS AID IN
m.*T' Ktluciituiy thi Orji’uin Daughters <•/
the South.
Just published in a neat and attractive
volume, of 524 p iges. I'd mo , printed j
ou super cal ndered paper. Embellish- I
ed with as Kinb' matic Frontispiece by j
Sheppard, in tar o n tine and superb I
bin lings, at £2, £2 s'*, and §0
pn- c py. j
A Second, Revised, and Enlarged Eui- i
tion of
THE SOUTHERN POEMS OF THE
WAR,
COLLECTED AND ARRANGED BY |
Mis- EMILY V MASON.
The rapid sale of the “S uthern Poems 1
of the A\ nr," induces mo to offer to the i
public a Seem i Edi’ion—Revised and j
Enlarged, with many New Poem*, which
1 1 is hoped wi 1 enhance the interest and j
; value of too book.
; lam most grateful for the kind recep- |
lion which this collection of Poems has j
met with—and the sympathy and gem r- j
us aid whicji has thus far attended my |
efforts. Already, through the means j
! thus acquired, 1 have provided for the '
maintt nance and cducatioi of twenty-five !
Southern girls, and 1 trust that the sale j
of another cdi/imi will enable me to accom
plish a* much more.
I app al to all go d people to aid me iu
this effort : o prov.de for the worn- n of the
South, (the future mother* of the coun
try.) the timely boon of cducsti n. Many
of t hi?e •children are tiro orphans of sol
diert, from whom they have inherited no h
ing but an honorable name, and the last
hours of more than one of whom I wasen
abled .to s >othe by the promise that I would
do something tor the little ones they left
behind them. That promise, I trust, this
humble effort may enable me in part to
redeem.
EMILY V. MASON
Iu soliciting orders for this New Edi
tion. which may he considered almost a
New Rook, the Publishers will sirnp'y add.
that in co-op* rating with Miss Mason in
the truly laudable object contemplated in
publishing this volume, neither pains nor
expense have been spared tj) is-ue it in a
stile of elegance and neatness, to compare
favorably with any sirui'ar work published
in thi* country.
Sent by Mail, prepaid, on receipt
j ,of the price, for either style.
MURPHY A CO.. Publishers,
l v 2 Baltimore St., Baltimore.
Jan IG, I^GS.
.
I MfITTPI?
ill J i luu.
I'nitcd tildes Internal Revenue,
Asst. A?csor’s Office, sth District, MJ.
Leonardtown. Jan. 13, 18G8.
ALL persons in lOth division of the
sth District of Maryland, who may bo
subject to A-scssiucnt f.>r Income or Spe
cial lax under, the Is terral lb venue laws
< f the United Ctat s for the yea* ISG7,
. r.-resp-•of.n y requited to make their
returns to me *
G I SPALDING,
Ac-t Assessor.
Jan IG, 2t.
• Administrators 9 Sale
n v virtue of an order from the Or
j 13 phan*? Court of Baint Mary’s ceutw
{ ty, the undersigned, Administrator* of (.)<
B Bit* ke, late of said county, deera.vd.
, will uffet at public sale on the prettrises
: iu Patuxcht district, on
THURSDAY, the 23d January ncsl.
between the hours of 10 o'clock, a m and 4
o'clock, p in., the personal property of
the deceased, consisting of
HORSES,
CATTLE, y
HOGS,
PROVENDER,
A LOT OF CORN, and
HOUSEHOLD and KITCHEN FURNI*
TIRE.
Terms of sale, are : For all snms often
‘ dollars or under, cash ; for sums abo*fi
' that amount a credit of four months will
be given, with security to be approved by *
the Administrators.
¥ C NEALE.
M HAMILTON,
Administrators.
Jan IG, IS6S—ts.
1 RO.IB \QTKB.
OTIUE is hereby given, that at the
i i expira'ton of thirty days from this
j date, the undersigned intend to apply to
| County ( ommissioners of Saint Mary's
county to locate a public road, coauneno*
mg at a Holly Tree whore once stiod a
Sehoi'l House, being on the land of Col R
H Miles, and running thence through the
lands of Win Mattmghy of Win., Col R
H Miles, Mr.*. R. Cheseldinc, Mrs. G.
Ihoinpsou. J. Bernard Long, Darnel J.
Pay ne, John Morris and wife, and the
j “Elm barm, to a boundary chesnut
i standing at the corner of said I’avneV
I farm ; or to take sueh other course as the
the examiner's appointed by the County
! I oii.uiissiouers, aforesaid, shall iu their
judgment and discretion think best.
DANIEL J PAYNE,
.) BERNARD LONG.
R PBLAKISTONE, M P.,
& others.
Jan IG, lSb'B—3Uj*t.
CUXFUUIA TlQ.\ AO net:.
Joseph T Ward & Christiana Ward
his Wile & others,
A T Johnson Sr others.
In the Circuit Court for Si Mary’s county,
silting as a Court of Equity.
No IS7 E.
B 5 virtue of authority vested in me, a**
Clerk of the Ctrnrt Court for Saint Ma
rt’s county, by tlie “(.'.Hie .( Public General
Laws” ol this'Stat*', it is hereby order—
e.l that the Amltfor’s Report, tiled in
! ibis case, be ratified and confirmed, un-
J less cause to tire contrary !*• shown on or In fortr
| the tlnr.i Monday of Mu eh next; provided
! copy of tiiis notice be published in Iho
Saint Mary’s /‘ntron, oncC a wet k for three*
i sit vesstve weeks pirnr to the third Monday
of Mwr b nest
J NO A CAM A LIEU, Cl’k.
True copt —Test ;
JNO A CAM AUER, Cl’k.
Jan 10, 18 8— 3w.
CUN FI RM ATION N( )TICE.
Win M Abell. Adtnr., of
Louisa Dean,
vs.
Ellen S KChard 8. others.
In the Circuit Court (or St Mary’s County,
ruling as a Court of Equity.
A . f_o N E.
83 \ virtue ot authority vested in mo, as-
S 3 Oik of ibo Circuit Court for St Mi-
I \’s eotinty. by the “Code of Public Gene
ral I,ius ot this .State, it is hereby ordered
ii.st ll.i And 1.., Report lik'd in this cose r
| ■ ratified aid cvi firmed, unless cause to the
I contrary be sliioku on <r before the liiir.l
Monday ot Mari}li next; provided a copy of
I ibis order be pubi-bed lu the St Mary’s
; it ic- ii. onee . week 1 r three successive We* ks
i prior to Die third Monday iff March next,
. . .INGA C MAi-IER, d’k.
1 True olpv — 1'
d.Nt . A. CAM ALTER, Cl’k.
Jun IC, 18C3—Cw.
1
COAl'll'OIA 7/n.V NOTICE.
3 -dub M Risi ih*. Adtnr of
j Peter P Smith,
v*.
Thomas U Drayton A Co.
| Iu the l 'ircuit Court lor St Mary’s county,,
bittii.g as a Court o( Equity.
No bl N E.
BV virtue of authority vested in rn-*, as
Clerk of l!i3 Circuit Court for St Mary’s
I Countv, I v the “(Vide of ‘Public General-
I I 1 ,aw” of this .State, i* is hereby ordere 1 tint
: 1 ibe A mlitor’s Report filed in this cause be rat
i ilied .md confirmed, unless cause to the contra*
, j ry be shown on or before the tenth day of
( February next ; provided a Copy of tins or
j der be inserted in the St Mary’s Deacon,
! fiticc a week for three successive weeks piior
to the sai 1 tenth dav of Feliruary next.
k j JNO A CAM A LIEU, Ci’k.
True cojiv—Test;
J.NO A CAM ALIER, Cl’k.
1 Jad 16, 1808—3 w.
;
, NOTICE TO CREDITORS,
NOTICE is hereby given, that the trubtcrifcer
Inis ojn.lined from the Orphans Courf of
St. Mary sl’ounty, Maryland, letters teslamon
tarv on the personal estate of Janies L Foiwclt,
t tale t St. Mary's . utility, deceased. All persona
. liaring 1 aims agaiii-t the said deceased are here
:by warm 1 to rxhil.il itir same with pro[*cr
| "oucln rs then <*f. to the subscriber, un or \>vfor
the hist day ol July, ltu>B, otherwise Ihvy naiv
j be excluded by law from all benefit of the said
estate. Given under mi baud this loth day of
Jan 18oS.
J r BOIIANAN,
j Executor.
Jan lu, 136S—4xv.
NOTICE To CREDITORS.
fkJOTICE is hereby given, that the sularribcrs
■ h.oi from the Orphans’ Court of
St. Mary .-County. Maryland, letters of ndniinia
‘ tranon on itic persona! estate ot O It Hnxvkr,
1 late of St. Mary s county, deceased. All
C [versons hav H.g claims a-ain-l the said deceased
- arc liervliy u .trued to exliil>it the same w ith uro-
B per v..... in rs : reof, the sutjsrriber*. on cr be
fore the .'’■l*: >l,iy of July , I*sB. otherwise they
• mar be excluded uy htv\ from al! !*enefit of tb*
r said estate. Given under our hands/.hi* lf,tb
dar of Jan., 18t>8.
¥ C NEAI.K,
J! IIAMII.TON.
A4iiuuUwtr.
4 Jsn 16, 1868— 4t.

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