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BY JOHN F. BOSWORTH. zftssmi (fork A. P. HILL, A TT ORNET A D S 0 LICIT OR, CANTON, Mm., Will practice his profession in all t!ie Court ol the .1th Judicial District and In tin Federal Conrti, unci High Court of Errors and Ap. aifi tti, jscuauo, ansa, OSce in Masonic Hali building, second floor. janH-tf E. J. BOWERS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, CANTON, MISS., WILL nractlc in the Courts of Madison, taake, it'ilt, Holmes and Yazoo, and in the High Court ?! t ors and Appeals at Jackson. 7 Offl e South-west corner of the Piihlic Bqusie, war Cheatham a Auction House, Brown's R Building) janl9.tf ,:TT; OXO.'B. riAIW. 'IKETT A FEARW, LV WILL praotice lu all the Courts of the Fifth Judicial District and in those held at Jack , Miss. lud tUj rt . W, .mss FRANKLIN SMITH, ATTORNEY AT LAW, CANTON', MIS3. offl;e Enuart. Brick MMlag, north-went corner Public janlS-tt R. C. SMITH, TTORKKY AT LAW. CATO,' MISS. Nortff4ide Public Square, 'i. T, i.rartico in all couutiei composing Judicial District. .l.inti-tf & C. SHACKLEFORD. TYS AT LAW, inal ll.t of Pliblie lliinre, H llcl uai,A"deioa At'o. ,. Court) of 'h. Fifth Jndi n t .1 fa Ci art of Emirs KB 4 Ap , . ; - lit oil Court. atptt. SI VGLETON & GEOBGE, ATIoitXETS AT LAV. CANTMT, MISS 0 FKi-f. i- Smith Building, Sortb-w-t ciuir pnblic squsie. Mau.1 1 ISST-lf S. F. ALFOJ.U . Attorney and t'ouoseller at Law, V A XT OX. Ml. j-r: rritJ, attend with nrommnif ' anil ndell'i in Ji id- V to all business entrufiled to lie. !son and adjoiniog counties. xv. ManU, -'i:.'n paid to cmlecUous Aug. JO ly. IOBV D. FtUNUlAB, Jaekion. Miss SirMKKK.V. CtlottB). FREEMAN & MoMlCKEN, ATTOKJ.EYS AT LAW, Jackson aud Cantor, Mi6S., WII.I practice In sll ibe Courts of the 5th Juc i cial District, the High Court of Fit...-, arvt Ap ford. They ry be iddrawtd by ;ther at Jackson or Canton. i.aa a too is nairai 0.1111...... - the fi'm usiiic Oc jiy TUOS. SHACKELFORD, ATTORNEY AT LAW, CANTON', Miss., IHriLL PRACTICE IN THE COC11T3 OF II1E TT Ith Judicial Distriet. and in Scott and Carroll counties, and in the Court for Sootbarn District of Hiss Orrioi-Maaonic Hall, up stairs, tko right. M en J9. '66. Hinds. Rnnkin V. 8. Circuit libt door -to lv. ilOBBlDt. r.B.C.HV MoBEIDE & ftlllGSBY, A T TORN E YS AT LAV., Canton, Miss?,, times East aids rab'.io iijaars JIcBnds hnllAi.ic a; "tatrs. JaalO-tf ' S. OALLOW1T. M r 4 H. CiOI W II On. QALL0 WAY & CAGE, itEtiDKi PHvairiAHt, CANTON. Mlsa. obm ta-.ia . mi pufcu. aai. Otobr M, loM. ly. " Dr. J. L. KIMBALL, HomoBpattiic Physician ABC SURGEON. " ESPECTF0LLY ojfrslis professional aervloes V to too oltixens of Caoton and vicinity. 'So, for tbo prooant, at the store of J. A. TUId tea. oeptaa-tf rs. Semmes Sc Lnckett, CAHtatarr, MISS. "ING asaoclted tbemel, in th nractic KediciiM and Hnrgery, respectfully offer tin and ftnrgi , tu th pablic ntudy and pncto of UMtcfrlcM tna i 'faults tna onuorrn. nopM ior a ud tr it -if ta thai trawo of bti profeaaion 491 -B -m oftr Mo by, Bicotrd Ca't. Jan'Mlv l)re. HARVEY A DIVINE OFfER Tlir'' PHOFESSlOi'AL 6ER VICES tc tte piitil ' Dr. Div.ne hav ng ven apeclal atUntiaa to Operat. ra 6uraetv. and having performed manvof th huber operatlr.a Inn to share liberally the public patrauve to tti. drpartment. All disease f th Eve sad sll Surgical Disaasa of Frmsass ill raraive h! pirticalar attention. bo3 M THE SOUTHERN FARMER Id a VarttfallT llhavtrited monthly f M page, qnsito dwalad t th laUrast of the Fa, mar, to Fruit Graver, ta G Jtner. ta Stock rtsiwr. Inventor ad Haaafaetorer, while every Hotre kper will tad ;t, I tbiak. n invaJuable runpaa too. Sabacrtatlaa prtc I) no per BBom. ia ad vance T j.v engaged tan aaiett pens ia Us South ti'A autst os. and am doaernilued to mk Taa F, a bloOBhag t hps Santa la this boar of bet distress .-d naad w y. PHaups Formally ' ' Edwards' Depot, lfisa.1 TAREOl-H PEori.E!MPROT. IRS t Baaaaa they m to CASSELL A BAUQHW'S t hay tb.ir PAT NTS and OIL whifh rah 'hair old l"iaw rood a.w v.. to ! "jn y o; . : rrr - )R. C. CLAY elso DENTAL SURGEON CANTON, MISS. OFFICE and residence next to Caseell A Baughn. in the rear. ALL OPERATIONS TULLT GUARANTEED. Feb. 22-ly , DR. N. C. OERICK, IS prepared to practice hit profession ia all Us branches. All diseases of the gums and mouth trea ted upon scientific principles. Decayed teeth carefully filled. Artificial teeth inserted upon Guld or Vulcanite. Temporary seta can bs furnished on the daj after extraction. -"-""j Teeth extra'" t"": Spray. j Ghjj'Ovxb Mosby, Richards k Oo.'s J . OKB. Witters to the physicians' of Cautou. Jan5-lf REMOVAL. DR. KNAl'P has removed 111 J cflice to his resi dence on SUte street, one square north ol Capitol, and nearlf opposite the ruins ol the Bow man House, where' he will be pleased to sec his old friend", and all others who nnv desire tha MOST PERFECT DENTAL OPERATIONS. Ileing prebr with all the MOTIKHN IM PROVEMENTS in the DENTAL ART he trusts ha mav continue to merit the liberal patronage ) extended to him for the past twenty years, i Jackson, Miss., Feb2 ly TATE & JO., "WHOLESALE GROCERS - AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Cor. New Levee, Common & l'alton Ms., NEW ORLEANS. LA. A J. DISS, of th old Houfe of Dtas .t CO Is with ns and will bt pleased to sore hi old it lends nurt curtoaott. T. & CO. novl7 J ICT POfVELL, COTTON FACTOR AMI COMMI8SIOIT MJirtCHANT, No 190 Coramou St !YI!V OBI. I': AMI. t-a. SW LibtfoJ cash adaucea aBBOljpiort to this bouse. Fob. 13. !tM. made on Cjttnt, ly Avoin. : W: B. LOTT, c. w MauiJtn L ouuty, M;ei. Cooiofl. Misi LOT' WOOD Sc CO., WHOLESALE CROCERSl GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, TToa 65 Common nnd 46 Canal streets, XE1Y OTt LEANS, 71 Mj. (J. C. SokutUa S.ileB Depi iniett. has tbarge of our octf tf .1. II. t A RtER, Wholesale Grocer, Noa. 8 aud 10 Tchoupitoulas St. AHD S AMD 10 NSW LEVEE. NEW ORLEANS. April II. 'S 6m m. j. zifiT, (I.ate Khu:er .s. Ztiuta.) COTTON FACTOR. ;."rj 3i reidido Street, corner Corondelet, ir.e20-tf Now Orleans, La. .1 f SL1VK5 V. T. litf Fll Blanks, Hickle Si Co WHOLESALE GROCEKtJ, Comraii- ion Jlei chants, Anil Daaloii us WE5TEHN PKOTIUCE AND CHOICE WUI8 AN IlyVOHS So 10 Tchonpitoolas and 10 N'ew Levee tt., NEW ORLtAKI. dsllr silix miixik. , C. D. TllOBT. WALKER & VAIGHT, '(8UCCELSOR8 TO WALUKR a BSlDIR,! QOTTO Jf FACTORS 1 D GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, WO 43 UNION STREET, NEW ORLEANS. Nov. 3 6m HOME A (VAIN ! X , DAVE C J0HW8T0N, Agent, The People's Hatter, 131 ST. CHARLES ST., NEW ORLEANS, QaaaBBBI the Sr. Charl BBBBst, and direct! no- Bodt tu lorm.r H.i Stor.. which w.. cpufiiatd i dartsg the war RATB tnfl CAM of c ry description siaaad price asl tf IF TOP WANT TO SEE A LARGE AND, plcnaad asaortmaot of WALL PAPER, embracing 100 beautiful patttru, for parlors, balla, dining rooms and bed aaiB alra gether tha fines; atock ever oflered in this market call oa May 25 CASSELL A BAUGHN FIRST CLASS AGRICULTURAL JOURNAL. For Only $1 ! i THE Bottbern Baralct i Mocd. as a neatly prlMed aaarto of If page'. ' 1st of each month at Grimkarg. Lav. by U. A.SwaMy Co. J On copy I yr II AO: lu enpie I year, tl . aad a prsmiam r t ti ia Choir Garden lie da. BaiawWiiy P1ss. Crap Vines, tc Bar every etab nf (10, wami a w h oelc-ted I t tsw anbariiber 'a'rs-iv, -ex' Fail Cats mgc. na " CANTON, MISSISSIPPI, VSrURD A PUBLISHED WEEKLY CasseU & Baughn) WHOLESALE AND KETAIL DEDGGI8TS AND APOTHECARIES, South-tost Corner TubUc Square, CANTON, MISS., DRUGS, BOOKS, PAIHTS x mo Perfumery, Stationery ol' all kind, HAVANA CIGARS AND FINE TOBACCO, PURE W IVES AM) BPtYilE8, (For Medicinal Purposes,) WALL PAPKK, GARDEN SEEDS, Ac; " ihTON , Aug. 17, 1865. COUCiH a 1. Cordi A CERTAIN CURE FOR WHOOPING Cough and Asthma, excellent in Com mon Coughs, Oroupy Coughs, and all Spas modic Affections ol the Air Passages. Prepared and Sold Wholesale and Retail. CASSELL & BATJGHN, v. a h.es.u.i and rktail Druggists and llooksellfV. CANTON, MISS. A Pl 21 . J MOBY 6(1. I. J. RICH i KDS. CANTON, MISH VrHOLKUALI AND KITAIL DPUGGI&TS AND APOTEECABIES. mill" IN WHITE LEAD, 0 1 I 8, VARNISHES, Window Glass, Sash, Doors, Putty PERFUMERY, BOOKS, WALL PAPER, STATIONERY, FANCY ARTICLES, Watches, Jewelry, Hardware, Cutlery, &c. .i cw ly .1 McFARI AND. W B. 8TIN8ON. M'TARLAND & STINSON, Ko.tk-east Cerner PabHc Sqoart, CANTON, MIS,S. W E call attention to ctr large and varied stock of GROCERIES, Consisting of BAOGIXO D IKON TIES, SUGAR, COFFEE aD MOLASSES, BACON. POfiK tm LARD. IRON abb CASTINGS, BOOTS abd SHOES, FLOUR AM SALT, ABO GENERAL PLANTATION SUPPLIES, Will py tb highest pric for COTTON, , , . , and make ubibal ADVACB oo obtpnoBU of . . . Cotto-1 to our friend to New Crlaana. Spt. 91 . 187: iod STEVENS HOUSE, tl, 3, l f Broadway. IT. T.. Of0' rTo'f- .ig t.f-rea. ON THE IVB0PIAN PT.AI THE STtVESS HOl'c-E ia well aud wio.-v fcnwa tu th tiavelhag pablic. The louti..ii is e-pectaUj sottabre to metbnota 3d kaainew me . it is in close pmaimity I tbe basiaas pert of tb titj W i tu highway ol 8oathrn aad Western travel aad adjacent to all th priarlpsl Flh-Mid snd FUsmbo.! dent. THE tsTr.VEXs HOUSE ha liberal acremmo dstlaa i .-r over g ta it W well u-atsvl and pocws every modern Impronmiat torn comfort aad entertatnmeatof las inmates The rooms am spacious nnd ll ventilated prwvidrd with gas and water tb atteuJ a s ia Brompt and raspr-tfol Mid th Libl I ganeroaaly pr..vdd with ever) delicacy of tha aeaaoa at moderate raasa. Tha ronta havo brwn o,fn-nbn and re mndolsd. w am cnablid to oor extra farintw far tha rmafort sad ptaaau.a of oar i;at T'. K -af a no . ,Tst I"- -r- OFFICE, 6Dr ELIOWS' .1. PRISON LIPJT AT OCX. ISLAND. r K. I', J. , lit MniCKT CAVAUIY. Wo clip trj,Albviuo; very inter ehting- article ftrn the Louisville Courier: 1 I did it show In what particular fart Well tlo J reniatber the tuiserablt- :t had been hauled ; still iu our fair pittance of " b)nbeef," doled out to j ishingr condition we could but est it. us every day, S 1 o'clock, weighing! Still the glorious privilege was left when t'ooked taja-ly four ouncei, and 'is of hating the men who thus lin many times wfia inuoeent of saltlPosed on our defenseless situation as when first k id Tit is. with a I aud I fear that those officers at Rock small loaf of braid, was to make our dinner, supper .aid breakfast, unt 1 the same tinio-Wfc dav. when we drew aerain. Vot economy's take. economy we ate the Wh(ll ' it fnr.dijiiiar.-Jiul 'jfaTunaiice an uul joky dog or rat fell into ourhaDds, on which occasion we served up a feast worthy of a hungry kiug. Though the over fastidious may curl their lips at this, I cat" assure them, from actual experience, that a roast dog or rat, well prepared, with hunger foi sauce, is not only edible, but is good. I epeak by the card. Woe be it in that day to the unlucky dog that strayed within our prison gates, for that dog's day had come, aud hisfrier.ds could appoint rii early hour for his funeral with impunity, for we never failed to have bis corpse ready, and soon the unlucky dog's hide would be Been rituck up on some barracks suspicious to the Van kees, showing them that they could not starve us into submission to the Union so long as we could pick a dog or rat. Rat traps were among the necessities of life, and even barrack had them regularly at "taps." I baited my trap, and went :o bed to dream of the dear ones at home and a baked rat for breakfast. Hats sold fortwen ty-flve cents. A ration of dog, tht size of our daily ration of beef, sold for ten cents. I have seen poor ia m ih i ng wretches searching on the ground for the en trails of the slain dogs, from whi S. they carefully pulled oil the emu II pieces of frozen fat, and greedily de voured it. This may not seem credi ble to many, but I refer you to any one of the prisoners of 1894 at Rock Island, v,ho wi! substantiate my statements. The suffering ftfr food was general, but more particularly among the younger inmates of the prison was its ravages noticed, tl e fact of youth - fulness being against them in tins struggle for exi.-iAiKx, ami many m br ght-eyed boy went out to the hos pital never to return, whose only malady was starvation ! I make this statement not on my own judgment alone, but ou that ot Federal stir geous who made the statement to me, and who urged the brutal post com mander, Col. A. J. Johnson, of the Veteran Reserve Corp, to increase our rations from principles of human ity if nothing else, and he refused flatly to do anything to alleviate our sufferings. Afterwards, in a letter to a Kock island paper, a copy of ;...i tm ..d.. n iiii.il t ii.i rn cu v ..it. iiinni ,1 m-:i i.'..,.i.. thin UIUUUU HI n i I lUUIV, lit lllll'lt. lliiu IV mark: "Had I mv wav with them ! I would crowd them into a pen with, no covering but the canopv of heav- en and their own rags, and let them starve." . . . . That is a specimen of genuine 1 an- net uuusaiuiiy wwmra uoiwuasnivjnas sw.- i . i i . 1 e , i low men. The dungeons The dungeons of bell:. , , .. , X . .-, . ,' should be deepened ami heated sev-M-fbld hotter than fire, for the recep j tion of the souls of such brutes, if na , ture endowed them w ith souls. Their1 names should be handed down to posterity with those of Nero, Bloody' Mary, Danton, Beast Butler and Kd win M. Stanton, aud our children sJhMlM be taught to execrate them forever. Perhaps my language may be thought too strong for an unpardon . ed rebel, but to those who dislike it I can only say that they would speak as I do had they but endured the half ot what 1 ami thousands ot 0th ers sutterea while incarcerated those prison hells of tbe North. Reader, have mi ever felt the rod and freezing north wind strike to your very vitals, and the blond con- ... - 1 i. inn. t vn r liatirt n In'.. Ani t ' f i nJl .i '. V l.u suau.a is o..wu....K wr.l-.i tious of pain b'onght ou by starva- from their -Mkets, -while sleep was binished your pillow? When von experience these sensations the,, Von mav have in idea of how a free-in r staglmunular . , My heait grows sick as i look imsi h van tiiuse ."i " ...u.,,, ...... ..... ........ .... imposed by brutal captors, who , gloated ovev their srtdertiigN and who pointed at tbeirt iu derision as they pounded up old Invf lioues for soup ana uevoiireu ii wun au insau.i ble appetite. 1 have ofieii tn men in the streets of that prison picking up tha Imuics tninwn out ior tue aenger can. and greedily de miring tbem, or at least the soft or gristly end of them, while tbe harder part was kept for soap, and they were men, too, who at boas con hi have bought the des picable garrison, officers and all. We Kentnckiaus could have lived well suffered with the rest. u... ...... . ..m mi nvni pre-si . i on 111 iiicmors a torn ; ii v as pu ol ishes newspapers a as piaue great central states, where thUstrug- us to receive the rations from home, jf MW ,hern bin to in . it id ai the glad bv the bourtv of Ml Id g'e of the people sgainst tlaW'terr- bnt even this privilege, that cost thought ot them a sickening tretiag wholesale and retail: and he did and tvrannical Ceugreasioir- i -12 ' iuwtl iiosuilsA., aastietlieu Ul, auu va ,,-.,r mr a I IhinL- flial 'l.o.. cnimi hi i.? v, s fllti: l.n- ti, .-m sm hoc a .-cm Ksrh day aravangci afjaatasrwd in 'Sn m i.: .arts w:r HniT-prV fa Y ( CTOBE R 5, 1867. HALL - THIRD STORY. kanUBM amI , 1 1 ,V,i c V. a rh. hat' unL..,ui; .iisisn i aiauuw -"r- anilas they returned from the out- side ihev would hahl iu the came carta the beet Intended for our ra tions that lav, and plainly euim;ij Island forgot that they were fighting no, not fighting, but goardiug I priaaneri for the Union, and oaght I to try to win then back to their old flllam'anna Tfc"i.' ytv ' VA.nrijVve the officers of our post credit fr the great execution they did with ihtir plan. No doubt it was mon f !-u. ant than the bullet method, but we would have taken bullets and an equal footing fa preference, ad we Dad our choice. Still f ought mil tt complain as tar as bullets are con-1 heard the wicked singing of a Yau- kee bullet as it sped to the heart of some unlucky toan who had trans- oended the bonds of Yankee propri ety. So common did this thing of shoot ing the prisoners become, that etery morning the question was asked, 'How many men were shot last night!" This was endured as long as patience was a virtue, when the inmates of the prison Informed Col. Johnson that unless it was stopped at once we would charge the fence around us and sell our lives, at least, in the struggle for our freedom, a death any man ought to prefer to thai of being shot down like a dog as were some of its every day. There BOBStrance had the desired effect, probably from the lat that tin gar rison had been very much W( a' e n tl by detachments tjefnif sent l Wash ington Oitv. leavina the number ou duty smaller than usual, and ruak - iugthe idea ot a charge troai ten oi twelve thousand infuriated men not very pleasant to contemplate, i , dally when these men entertained but slight regard (br those august effioials. Por a longtime after this but few shots wc li.ed at US, Until the negro troops came to guard us in November, 180, after which time no man was sale insiae ine pnsou 1 walls t'rom the demons incarnate, who, tolerated l.v the white livered ucniiijiliels i lio could sink low euougli to command negro companies, made our prison a slaughter-pen, and shot down our men for uo CtMM whatevei but to gratify their appetite for Mood. Five men together m the street wan always Milucicu! cause foi a bullet to bo seat hurling among then, uiuii cutting dowu one or two of theii number. I remember "ii one occa sion when the bugle sounded tbe Brat call for roll call, which was only a signal1 tor us to tret to our own Quarters, while the second was t I rail lit. laat waa uainuai iuu ilnnr of mv ouarters. anil reniamei I there waiting for the second bn"le - to sound, when a bullet from the gun of a negro guard whistied at my ear and struck the door near my bead, causing an immediate change of base ou my part, as I did not care tor any nmru iti'li t t i U i ti " rivi'lii'S on the , , , , , " , ,,,.,.. ,.., ... ,i,.i,,,.,. nf !,, ,.., lit ii nuiii. i w ii. mrm i u ii caretul not to get within range of nc gro muskets at roll fall, for though I had resided at Bock si aad for some time I had contracted u" desire to let mv mortal remains sleep OS Its bores when should shuffle off the mortal coil. The fact is, I rather disliked the idea of being ho: by an infernal neUTQ. 1 guess, though i 1 1 1 : 1 1 wliih Wi wcv:1 tarried liv the1 aroea our uoble regiment wo tak ,. revenge at Saltvdie. Per ;n.ips Burbridge can sav, unless oar Maker has justly removed bin from i so,.j,,tv ()1 ,,,et, and sent him to ,ss,, i,,, il, rs to the follower ,, , Satan ami to crack jokes Uflh s late i very I'istinguished i;:.u1y. there. DtWiShJ the negro n ign. whieh h.st etl until we left pliso::, great many men fell victims to their hate, among them a mern -er of my regiment . Pa st ho ;., , ... , U. .... , ..k . . stepped to a brush pile to bieal. a 5? ZV'l llT Z?.Ja by tne negro guard, snd h.-n li.Mm.ied :,,,, ,,,,npU with ihe ,"'1''1' "" oown,," ! M :! AcX ikhrs in the hack and ttw poor boj ell tleatl in his traeks, w hi!.' the lift- bwod -11HW., to0hed the nVud who abut MSJ, as it spirted out and i ri list - ti. mi,,m on w nicit lie lav. I'oor el- gmj bravsiv hsal I suss) Was thee the ftaj ol, more" tliau ..ne- field, a...i I ul(K), ,,., aile;,,iv Uo.re.l for Ud ,.()nmn i,ls. but his soul has r0ue ,,,- (,,i, u. ha,i H i nit happier is he ed to ass his ooua- gn tru.1 to tm dn I SHDUtfc the mn I ,,f the Tile oppressor. This murderer was never pnnihed but left to kill others of onr men, and, no doubt, incited to deeds ot' blood by the craven wretcVs who led them. My bliMni Imils vet a. I think of these deeds oi cruelty, which are im- men an- ... , . , ire atill guarding us. that lib- ha not ratM t,-: -i. - W vapid its tVre rrww fin -,'t TERMS Ki"m the Uniuu ai.d Ui. ji .:cb. NCDLB ORD It H remembered that to published, a few weeks since, an a- count of the ciitumstaues attending the destruction of The Ewjk news- paper office, at Camden, Ark., by a party of soldiers, under the lead of Mj. Trice. Coi. Gilbert, commuud iog the. post, took no notice whalcv 61 of tlio protest wMeh waa addressed to him by the civil authorities, hot ttfondronS ralus even the workman made a Partial report to Gen. Ore' ship of cuneing artificers and we in which he remarh-d : 1 . U The cotisuree of the uresc tit ,. l-,-:i.,l . .. , .,.,1 ,1. the unhtarv force detailed to enable him to perform his duties, are not the lu ? mi u s mercnanaise is ootid servants of tie people f Arkansas !t,,a'' tLe nk-uut those who , , , . , : ,iryi . . pay. and thareiH lie, evao felt to be n great piece oi impertin-; uU of dei'It wnfl us of t., n?novt" in n, -est. it.. t,,i'jur "Kiuey snd swindle TM like sic. nntnmont nrun t lie ndlitarv under a:n VUVv i ' 'I .-ldlin s a a circumstances whatever. General Ord immediately sent tlx roll6wiug sharp replj : J "JX'a.T vickhbohu htiss.,8epi a.isei Col. 0. O. Gilbert, Coiiimandin: Camden, Ark. Sn; : Your fitter of M)e ljrl! ult. .... .....j i- ...i ..-i.iiL. ik.l IIS.V11I1UU lull llliriiipiru njit-ii.- " SCI i it a parrv oi soiiueis. boo, una- l.l l... ... -Ui'. 1U1 ,,r.,,.,l ,. . , , i r . i citizen's house and destroyed hit ... -i, , I . IIXVpiIl'V, l I'lrnru, ,011 niu piDBDi explain why tins act was not ate vent ed by you as BaaSt euuiiuautler, and it tha requirements of th32d Ar-tlcle ot War have been complied will,'. Your aaaertioo. that the military forces are not the servants of tbe peo ple ot Arkansas, but rather their masters, is unjust both to the people and military, and unfounded in fact. The military lorces are the servants of the laws, and tlie laws tor the ben .'fit of the people. Sec. 3. of the A. t of Coutrress tor the more efficient 1 governmel t ot the rebel States makes it the duty ol military to protect otf aersoai in their rights of person am! property, to suppress Insurrection, disorder and violence, and to i uuish or cause to be punished, all distill bers ol the pOblic peace,'' eic. Bo that instead of presuming to vioh.ie these laws. to gratify private revenge, troops are i laced in Arkansas to in sure their execution, equally upon and lor the iienetit of, all. 'I he assumption that a paitv ol iers could, at their own 01 ii . loreibly destroy a ultiaeu s prepeity, I ant! commit a gross violation oi the public peace, would not be tolerated , Under a Napoleon. Iu every cue where citizens oi oldiers are wroufed, t lie Congress now pVoviile a mode Of oT'taiuii.g ret';. eSfl, I is this v it ii in the reach ot t laws ot prompt ipecialiy lie null- tary, who can be organized iuto courts for the protection of ill own; mem', era. wiiti authority rested In I ilDistrict Commaauers io execute their judgments, and '-f n i the District Commander eti ua failed to protect the otTieers ftml So mi - , der hiscommsnd fromoutrage, engaged in their legitimate duties I A prompt reply is request ' this. j M w, taopaotfnll . Your ah'l tarvaat E. O. ('. OR!, Saw t. MaJ.Gaa. ( samaadini Hrua U. br.: ss 1st Uaat. ?th P. S. li.f't S.O, r Need we wonder that so honest a gentleman, so brave a soldier, so jus; a commander, as Gen'l Ord has pit ve i himself, waa alighted by a Cos gitss which disgusted the world I iis t'uKome laudations o! such tie.-j . as S;ekles. I'ope. and Sheridan, a A FAFAELE-THE EFFECT OF TRIi: TERS INK there wssouce upon a lime a mm who kept a store and sold goods at w holesale and retail And became melancholv, beennse customers were hy , and. tiniPs bard, And he paid; Lo ' I a.n mined, and the Bensatios is tlisagreenble. And my ruin is painfti! to beai, because it is slow- in progress, even as water doth gradually btvome hot ter in the pot wherein the lobster boiloth. until ihe ei ustm aeeous crea luri Mirieketh out his soul in an UiaaV Lo! it is better to be ruined rjuiek It tlnin to endure this slow torture. 1 W1" eivt '" T,,ev aKa-' ,0 , ' ponr man even the poorest, which be who priuteth new ml,, : snd t wul shut up my Salop, and wrap nyst-lf la nhtdaSoth of desolation, aad BaaxS ny daTTS in the perilous or hi ok en Itanks enrsing tbe hardnesi 0f the tunes and raiding my g . meets And the howling of Rome sna'.l be a- dulcet sounds of dulcimers, sad the a bo bleu the Sutes snd Astra minis of inns'e, compared to dm. 1 will make the cat of the Wicked ,, n la the ears of bank ('irrctorv" A id w ' on as he sa-d. so he did for he wri not like other mn" rons, who arc f,olih and know i; not and they will do o and so. performing that is contrary. F.ir the sons of men are fickle, and he that is bom ol a woman doth spite mm Ihua h diminishing the length of t ie r hereof. And, lo! the ptmter eveu he who moreover : and did blow hi trumpet .iit,"-i t.t that mMuh ! -P -. NO. 40. Four Dollars per annum. going doWQ of the f ame. And lit even the printer of pa pers -ftld magnify and enlarge upon .he toek of goods which the trader bad in bis store, and aid publish the variety, aud the excellence, and the newness, ami chs beauty, 2nd the cheapness thereof, till the people yei at oi thoffi; far and near, were umaxeth Vnd uiey said, lo ! th:s fcan hafb gathered from the east anil west masttv mercharrdiam and wares ot : Basew it not. Go to. then. We will .t iuif .QBC : , , r Utl-i .1,-11 U. 1 " lis in ii IUUI1SU BUM.1J I.1U uuifl, ... , ' , ,. i But the trader Wat still sad, and be said: "The money that vhese people bi.ng me foT the gsoda in my store I will give to the printer, and thus will ruin myself; twill do that which no man hath yet done ia my time, or before I will made the I pi inter map, when all men scorn for bis poverty, rich, and lie shall be Ciaum nue linen and rejoice. A ...I .l.rt C ... -1..11 h r. . . in": m.i;. oi ujt-n y-ujtii mcsr jjrn bi the market place, and the coffers shall he rebuked, aad 'ake on tneu iiui.- to him that w an poor, . , , ' u. ,, And ne gh ill flash the dollari hi :- 1 a of the foolish, and shall eat bank uales and sandwiches. Yes, even shall he iigh: his pipe with eel ton money and cast his spit tie on the hi aula of oilier men. Tori shall ruin myself, aud he who sdrertises me shall enjoy :ny subst aiioe. But lo the Hading man even he who sold merchandise became rich and even as the unc lean beast lieth in the mire, so stirred ho not by tea son of much greenbacks And the people flocked to Cis store from the North, ami from the South, and from t!i an: from the West. Anu the pi 'phaf did afa But the tn Mior and his i the smiles oi iuter reic and and. der could not Become ielancttoiy ceased, and hnp'iivess were nnau bis face. And his children did become mighty in the hind by reason of the doilsre which STSTiy of the people who had read his rtdvertisemeuts had poured rhffj Trie rrrt.iPi" . tiafrairj bags - - IS EaWTUCatT IN TEE XfrntlM ? We have seen no more grave and startling issue made iu politics than that by Senator Wade in his recent frantic and blasphemous .ajiejejeii nr Portsmouth, Ohio, fie said "Compare negro voting IVaaeusee Wi lal ll I'eliel ciirefl Kontlieky. In t naa sr they have elsCted a full ttehei traitors to CoU great, and they .of rc.r.e up ar.d demand seats there, but not one devil of then will ever get seat there. C beers and repeal .'. cries of 'Good1 ' Yon may call it despotism, but hdi sort ex 'Icspoi uun is it to exclude from the govern nest men who c nly tried to des troy it .' it i. u,nitG enough if wo spare their devilish necks chcars , and my right hand shall forget us eunaing before ever I vote for their admission. You orisl exclude thsm foi tb safety of yojp Qovsrenanl Let rebel Kentaekv trv it over Sgatn. According to Banatoi Wade, Ken tuchy is rebel BSflMNS her peSflla would no; elect ihula.ils tc Congress Therefore the men tho wert reosnti elected to Congress are rebels aud are to be deluded from their seat: Thi- would put lL,- (itsaf State which seat far more native Uaiot soldiers to the war than Mpacbn setts, in the same- hitnatioo as weie 'the ten rebel States before. Congre cstatu Ithan 11 Tr;! "'i-'v Jespotisn c" Mr. Wade, to Le consisterr. naffl apply t lie same rule to the other boi der States, I ke Delaware, M.i viand West Vlrgtnis iih! perhaps Mi oni The report l- going the round. -of tl i pSierS, that Senator Sherman ba said that the uest Congress ; would be eatirely radical. So n 'riarkJble a rUvlanricr, would indi , cale that uo rVrriocrat elected frotu , C :n-r -Di st,rict of the North is to be sdmtted to s seat, Long incowa predicted that .this would be taV landing piace Of the radical disnnren party It " ill be next held bv these rad. cald anion tnitora, that if Northern States are Ro rebellions or disloval as to be unfit to be represented in (V.nri-ss. then their local govern men ts are disloyal or rebellious, and military despotisms should be estab ' tihH "ver them. Whv not ctend the ule to ( 'oiinccTfcat as well as to Kentuckv ? Whv not station troous in neh a democratic,'' or "copjier head." or '-rebel" Congressional Dis trict .is Berks, in l'ennsylrauia To ' Matt man we come at last, it the Wa '" Sherman idea is to rule. All cf t'.;:r class talk of going on in the logic of events, lo tbe establishment at a true re;nblican government, bv breaking over State barriers. Here is an issue of vital importance to the whites are to control tM ?'stjn!i th n. i .. ,',,. : . " . - ..U. i iat w i. . . .