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VOL. XVIII. BY JOHN BOSWORTH. rflfessimiai Carte. ! 3, JL BBS), ('ANTON, .MISSISSIl'l'l, S.'!'l ;DAV. APRIL 18. ii PUBLISHED WEEKLY ornre UA.i : w' ' " wr wubt HOUSE SQUARE C. C. SHACKLEFORI). ATTORNEY -AT LAW, rPlf'R, Slou.h IMe mt Habile ajaaare. etoa . C. ( trlira. A . WILL practice In the Courta of the Fifth Judi clel Dietrict, in the High Court of Errors end Ap- oala aad the U. S. Circuit Courts. eeptS. A. P. HILL, ATTORNEY AXD SOLICITOR, CANTON. Mm.., jVat PRACTICE HIS PROFESSION in ell tee Courts of the 5th Judicial District end in the Federal Conrts, nnd High Court of Errors end Ap peals at Jackson, Miss. Off., la Masoaie Uali building, itroad leer. asaeeaeva E. J. BOWERS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, CAKTOX, MISS., WILL practice in the Courts of Madison, Leuke ! Attala. Holmes nnd Vs,oo, and in the flili : Court of Errors snd Appeal at Jackson. aw OfflVo Routh-west comer of the Public Square, over Cheatham's Auction House. Brown's New Building. jan!9-tf From th National rasalllnasnesr HISTORY REPEATS ITSELF. I u tuvoiuuouary rraice, in iv.V irnMHICCIAH sUau.-,. VLlJF to v-wraini jjivn lTiLnLriAIi 1 " or. j ins was not at TERMS F DEALER II CHOICE GROCERIES, East side of Court square, Canton, Miss., gOLICITS CONSIGNMENT of PRODUCE, which will be attended to prompt. Keeps constantly on hand A fresh Selection fore us, (be American is much in adranee of the French Jacobiu in all the qualities which tend motit to in sure success. But, yet ho may not SMn'I'inl TI-IA I arts l: .LI I . i " remittal Rii..i..i.- k-. T " J"L" , ". . ru" wuicu ine two .. ."..: T ji moYKi to ijy managers uau to act upon thou a few decisive -tens. nhl.r silmli.. ...... u H", which were the murder of tne kin'. ditteVences. "J Pf " th? f0" Of August, The members of the Nation.! fW imprisonment in vention, one and ail. denied ti,u per annum THE h Sll"; FIRST SUNDAY SCHOOL I'OriiUKA, I" the village of Oppeloiuaa, in at beaut, In, hind offJowers, the southwestern part of Lonisana, in r ' n ..i i , luciuuers 01 rue Methodist church, then in it i,.r... ... liter it to tlm door? aud his arrest and i WHS. inese acts Were fliatlo-aro.l (hmna at IliJ i iu . . in tlo.t i . and supported by the Jaenl tn ami it V ? " " "oc Sa A ., T. : l ' organising a W-V - V " -V-MV.- , a. I si,, i UUU LUKPII I IK.t - '-'-Mia II .311111(1 ,11 I U t , . . 1 ere wanton, .Marat. i,iuni. ho. W i. i .... ' 7. : ,.. n . ... ..' .. ."",r" ""miter and o act ii iain.ta.iu u ,, in or7. "espierre, "ve oeen oouud by an oath to trv was ', they solicited oH,.- i.ii" ri'"'.v end; but "'" anwin i g nnnvAnt i.,n imnnmisiiw . ...i, . - nt thai, :. . . .- "-.- b. ... :..n . .. " ' .....j uicM uur oei are. at Mnainta ii e in t t. m. w. wu j unuer tlie control of entering- on this judicial trial l.av fh I.iv.likIi.'I.. ... 1. f J . . . ofth.l m MsT' . L : ".. ,,0,.lt' !:!U'anU.8,,eo?(Jod, in whose ----- r-iiw men, out i"iiic tney belie and countn timid-and who ..refc.e.l ' th, .K".i - " v' u . so "u,' qniesce in the commission of the : fair.y and im plirt dl ' Tha in monstrous crimes rather than incur effect, is. to del ve,- th aot-TV...,- cuarge of lncivism. Hence, i meat as to him tl,t. H. ' i.i ... " atrocities of the 10th .,f der in ase f u ci,;c m... ' . , I the when the of : LrK: " " .!; 'CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES, EiwCKBTT l I 'EARN, A!,T. .miasi. August was brought before the eon- their on, party proved to ha e act, ventiOD, they refused to act upon it, and spoken inliL manner and , )Utgaeita negative acquiescence ler like circumstances, in their be by passing to the orders f ih. half ti i 1 ".. Ul in this Saint Just moved late execution of the king, .alii," said he, "the cerei Mllll obtained stmg serious by passing to the orders of the day I On this Saint Just moved the imme diate execution of the king. ' What ""i sain ne, "tlie ceremony of a judicial trial. The, cannon which made, a breach in the Tuileries, the unanimous shout of the people on th 1 ftr1 naTe ,:)"le. I" , ,n 11 Dart.V triumph, or avoiding th .7 """"w w"ii tuererere, probably not be carried out to the point of conviction ; for it is well be lieved that there are many members Of this high court of impeachment who will not lay perjury on their souls even for the niipnnaa f .,..!.;..,. Ap'l 4-4 68 leaders. oi iuriou.s nartisan .n Old Link Whig. VVTtl.li pnictiie in all the Courts of the Fifth , V Judical District and in those held at Jack Til K OB, Mi.in. J mi 5 07-ljr FRANKLIN SMITH, ATTORNEY AT LAW, CANTON, MISS. Briik building, north west corner Publie jania-tf Ofk, Juan W. BEN. CUNNINGHAM, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Canton, Miss. WILL practloe In all the Coarse of the Fifth .In dicia! District, and iu the Federal Courts, and the High Court of Krrnra and Appeals at Jackson. Pattlcnlar attention to cases in Bankruptcy. , JKeT- Offii-e in Slope House. jsn4 y. LOUISVILLE COURIER, Ksubtiabed in 184,1 Suppressed by Gen'l Sumpter Anderson, Sept. 18, 1861 Besomed publication Dec. 18Gt Now has a far larger ciiclttation thau anv paper in the South. REDUCED TERMS! Tue War and its Results lhe convention h IIS DO h'l'fllfaP IkAKI er to inquire ; its sole duty is t pro uuuuuo, "i ruuier to counrin and exe cute the doom of the sovereign peo pie." The timid Girondist. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . i the control of the tierce ,,!, I " Thb WHri'K Mivm i s, .,,, lh M!V1r'e;!.resl,rro,un(,e, Brra,n- i 1,1 a gra'lhic review of public affair - --v-u emu eniered upon uis trial. The majority, unpr pared tor the final act of regicide hesitated, when Robespierre, seizing the critical moment, addressed the convention. "One narfv." a.iri l. " must be clearly Tguilty either the ninjr, or tlie on both sides of the Atlantic, the New York SertM thus sums up the result of our late terrible civil war. it says: Never had a people such prosperi ty, such happiness, ,Sueh absolute THE LOUISVILLE COURIER o. a. alsut.KTos. W. F. 0 KOKO K. KINGLETON & GEORGE, ATTORNEYS AT LA IV, CANTON. MISS iTVKPtCK In fituitb Kulldiiif, North-west cornel v. r innocent ami legal monarch, what are you but traitors ! Why sit you here? Whv not hoaton tr fi... TS etnphaticallT lire newspaper; i, Demo- I'e, set Lau'is at liberty, install him 1. craltc III politics, aurl lh si,...l. .-..;,. In 41. riv .:, " '' . ' " ' " us3 wo, a mi oeg on your knees for a pardon von have Or tlie Convention irlin ham. lUslWinaJ ii.,l,...0...l...... . ratitie.i h.o ,,. , i " 7 T " uuo,.,,SB umi comuiana fieople. If yon and nnwaveri, frh, ,l o . T So " lUB enes, ll"J.wQmore SI E0'AL DISPATCHES, more NKWS, more MISCELLANY, better MAR KET and RIVER REPORTS, and a greater quantity of nulillr -on.ire. Msnh 1. I m. ; ii S. F. ALFORD. Atioraey aud i oiiiiM'Urr at Law, v Ayr ox. miss. VI TILL attend with promptness and fldeljr v T T to all Inislaeas eutrasted to his care, in Marl sen and adjoining connties. aw Parlirular atieution paid to collections. Aug. 18 lj. Valuable and Useful MatteT, than any olher paper in the South or South west. Durina; the approachint; canvass for the j election of President, THE COURIER will j keep its readers fully posted on all the excit nig issues and events of the day. I of the insurgent i "f their own destinies, such positive Dave dethroned an political freedom as we had R.,e we were not content. . Not satisfied with being practically free and great, we listened to the gibes of our enemies, who, mad that we had "one i wuuieu us logo lurther, and puiuHtu us ior an ultnnati TERMS. THE JMILF COURIER: JOHM n - rr.Hti, Jiekson, M is Hemes rii , Inn ton. Mitt FREEMAN k McMICKEW, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Jackson and Canton, Miss., j One year, by mail. . I Six moniha. " ; Three mouths 11 One moDth " ....$12 00 . . . . fi 00 .... 3 25 .... 1 00 THE WEEKLY COURIER : I wilt i ..ii .... .... ,.t i.ji I -'"' -l'J. t year el.l District, lhe High Court of Errf.r. an Ap- ,n1' , C"P' sil ... feels, and ih. Federal Courts at Jaekeoa and Ox- 1 1 ""P'"'.0" yar, each f.id. They may he addressed by the tine name I 1 wuty copies, one year .each, either at Jackson orCantuu. Oc ylv . TH0S. SHACKELFORD, ATTORNEY AT LAW, CANTON. MiaW,, $2 00 . 1 25 . 1 75 . I 50 .firffflru-e payments always required. An extra copy ia allowed the club arras for every club of ten or latent v. I Money may be sent in poat office orders or drafts, and whea these cannot be procured, uy man ai our risa. VJlril.t. PRACTICE IN THB COUKT4 OF THE I Our friends everywhere are requeittd to act " aa apeuta in getting upcluba. Postmasters th Judicial Diatriut. and in Seatt, Hinds. Rankin : aljo, are aulhorixed to act for ua aad Canoll counties, and in the 0. 8. Circuit IT Saaanlaaasi aula ..m nuiric ill im. i ii.. , . I'... . .- . .-v .w i jjui ii you nave, in tbo great polular act which vou have ratified, only approved of the depo sition of a tyrant, bring him to the bar and demand a reckoning for his crimes. The timid Girondists quiilcd be neath the denunciations of the fierce Jacobin, and executed his mandate. j i.oius was beheaded by their vote and with their acquiescence. They were urged forward steu bv sten. un til they found resistance impossible, and were at last driven to the com mission ot a crime which their souls abhorred. ow mark how history itself. We have in ISiiS an Executive Chiet .Magistrate to depose, and a Congress as absolute as was the national convention of 17!iL' made up like that, ot men, some tierce aud town .V to oi 11 , hem ;,, H.l , "ay a allllirient .i icacners was soon -.itnl ..II ..... ... ... ... ... . efcio worn to secure scholars liMi a 7 1 Vpr-V sctiool was made ui .vj.m ' lames um uioi I n in 1.. in ...... i -. i - V .T- 1111 ln carrv- .... ua una enrerpriSJ; thev had no ch"n'1' o hold their school for I must inform you, my readers, that at that day, here was not a single lotestan church iu all that conn try. ih.-re was but one church in be n age ami that was a Roman Catholic Church. So the beat those ladies could do under these circum stances was, to take these little scholars to the village school house about a h, If a mile out of town, and "'eteae,, their school. But' dear cfc dldre., there was another difficulty till o be surmoiuited-one which .vou know nothing about and that "as, there were no Sua.l... a..u i Books to be liailat.l,;:,.. - question books, net even catach'isms, "oteven library books stall. Rut for unately most of the children possess, d bible, ot their own. This vou v " was iiotiungstrangi iiiiiiun, i assure very stritllgi , ' -l caiuoiic country, and verv much under the influence ot the prints, opposed the eireula "on ot the scriptures, bibles had been very scare,; indeed, until a short time before the establishment of the Sabbath school a large number had been sent .to our village, i presume b some Bible agent, and the read iuaj oi me scriptures bad b, bur. JOU it had iMwn that part of the. -nun morning, only a lew months was organized, on r pairing school-house, we found tlu pignriy nailed against us. Who did it, do you ask ? Really I do not know 1 never did Lnnsrl.. r .... ume tomebodg knew. Well, there was no other house in which we could conveniently assemble, o that our interesting little Sabbath school i,,ul to be given up. It came to an ,,,, Hot SO With if u I believe tlmi- uin i. .... lasting as Eternilr, 1 am sure feel very thankful that 1 ever en joyed its privileges. And as J look back from a stand point on which nearly fifty years' travel on the jour ney ol hie places me, it is with tl deepest gratitude oi heart, that 1 discover that nearly every on. that little band, teachers and scollais became the followers of the blessed Saviour. .Main of tharn l.uv. i. since left the shores of time but they have gone to that bright ami beautnu! country, where the flewers never fade. Our worthy topci irttendent lived a devoted christian, and attained to the advanced age of upwards of ninety years then slept in Jesus. There ii but one of the teachers surviving, an eminently pious ladv Ot the schollars I count one, two three, tour: I bebeve that is all, anil all of them have formanv years been the followers of the blessed Saviour O, may us tair a record be written, flfty years heme, with regard to every school into which this paper may enter. is the prayer ot your fiitnd aud contributor. J D. CcBTisa, Dies oi in iii.. I ... e. ". iii. . v.1 ill 1 1 1 mm inin i ... : 1. , , , . . . eiui to ; ,i .. , . -n iuim iuaj wiiu lueones OI the Declaration "uoou "ltu f' day school, bv ths ot Independence. I trustees; then many 0ftl h'ildren avuuauca in jNejw ibigiaiid canirht I , , ee" '""iisncu with bit .ib tue nincy, and worked with maniac energy to force it on the nation. Other lunatics in the South met utese nail way, and between tin IW o Tarbell! of vast his life i their own I well remember what a valuable piece of property I considered mi, e and how I used to rend it ,,e l ' the country was hnri io.l i,.f,, i as well as at school. Well rl, lis.i. ..... xour years tne struggle raged If , 10 nu' 8a"bath School Honors mat fortunately can lu"'"n' " their hi very repeats ncin oc leeiieii a war tor greater freedom and now it ends in the loss oi ail lieedom tor the people of ten States; a war originating in a senti mental sympathy with the oppressed, and resulting in the most terrible oppression ever known ; a war be gun because the negro was not free, and, behold, at its close, the white mau is a slave 1 All that blood and III bins 311.1 II, ..u.. I.J ..e i - iioi.c .........,., ,,.,, ,UB ()Mo (()(( their spelling books, and the princi pal exercises ff the school were read nig me scriptures and repeatiu i shihis ami chapters the committed to memory (he week. There was one necullaritv the scholars previous 1 fcPF.IIHE W THli "LOYAL." There is a ridicnlnna en,. ; Scott CoantV named Tavha.ll ti. i J ne poor devil thinks he is importance, and imagines in danger, at the l.an Is of Mil . 1 l ... ""'""oiuifu reueis ' ol Scol c county -Sometime since be wrote a letter to the carpet bag organ in this city, referring to complaints said to be made against the chain-gang Corn vention, in conaecmence of their lonir and dilatoiy session. In that letter be sani : " There is nothing to hope from the npposili m, thr.mgh any liberalin. baste or reduction of expenses, and as ireeholder, tax payer, ami one of the constituent of the the constitu tlenal convention' equally interested with ,. verv citizen of, he Sf;.t r .,. opposed bi hurrying that body into a premature adjournment." This letter having fallen under the observation ot the editor of the P,,r est Register, a paper published in the county whnie Tarbell M7i,v he resides, (lie editor clips the paragraph we lintlllll tin n, 1 1 ' , : .. . """ .1II. IU1S lilt) ......ii, i j, . -.Ill oitm scnooi : the superintendent all the teachers were ladies ami tnd ill treasure was rrirn fnr iVo..,i..,., we were told, and the life of' t'a t,je pupils were little trills. Then States is blotted out anal ri. t...iui was no male denartmpnf at :.ll wn. i. .. .. ' . v... ..nit luD ic.iiu e .. . .-ni leeKieMs, othws tlKsposed to be con-! precedent of goveraitiff tbo iieonlt ai J WM lt 80 l0 .V011 Well, I ore- 1 " 1 ' ' ' 1 1 ii Kill It'll Ill I JOU U'S LIIC L II Kit IV 11)1 Ifill V i nitwit iatwi ',""" UIC iCdHUU II If rnaPA U'i.i-o -I . - e .' 'V..' -l.ai.3Ul ID , - . -- . v S.AS. i:urt for Koiiihern Dintrirt of M hM. C, t. ni j owAT, m. n i. h ce. m n Irs. -GALLOWAY & C AGE, tKNlDBSIT FHYHflANa, CANTON. Mlsa. ssaae asnwaMaea. ml raiu -... Oel.h.r 36, 185. ly. Dr. Mrmmrs A Lucketl, CANTON, MISS. HAVINO associated themselves in the practice , ofMediciiie and Surgery, respectlully oflei ' tkelr aervices to the public ; plication. All let'ers may be addressed aimply LOUISVILLE COURIER, (or to W. N. II A 1. 1 1 KM AN.) Louixriltc, Ky. THE CHEAPEST ILLUSTRATED PAPER lit THE WORLD 1 so composed, no one can doubt who will lead always the most violent and unscrupulous those who hesi tate at no act, however, to common minds, it may appear atrocious. We have men as bold aud vindictive and sagacious as the revolutionary convention could boast ; they have the same object to accomplish the destruction of the Executive Chief .Magistrate, and assumption of execu n c power. The decisive act to be performed differs only according to the spirit of the age; the steps pre paratory to both were the same. With us it isp tounu necec.r rn lead nil. Krcn be star, ami aasmsmIs I ' I - - . mm I.VUIUIII, I by votes and resolutions, those who I have a lingering regard for constitu tion and law, aud who are especially suspected of retaining some regard for their judicial oaths. After due mains. The New onn iemaie teachers, and as the en terprise was something new to them York HtraU edicts 1 1 ' bought it the immediflt .A aui-irl j . .. . '". " 10 eommence with tion of the BT party, Th7 llt that since the interr tv of the ,,r. any ., .parage was based solely on this issue, that individual efforts of its members to frim rliatn cnilc aVK- . 1 i I s. a i ui i i x 1 1. aai ii-j i.w i nr mi : u- nu t. .a has bapbily destroyed its spirit and TuT I , verv V'"1 impulse. Nothing now is left te keep o v are in a ' , ' i """" t together but the cohesive power iff 3&IlM,,Sr publie plunder, in this view most - Well soil u. i si?- k,x S-v::: throughout the West was R"! I'.''T! ,to :ave m e of whelming against the establishment :.,. -e; u!Jl 9ertaiul.V .j .n H..U1I oi tie s. 1 1 1 1, i , ;1 ment to the dear little ! making this surmise, for lenows, in it is only a qientls the following cumiueui : The records do not shotc tlmt vim are a freeholder f this ci nutty. Nei ther tue deed books, nor the real es tate assessments, show that ou own one loot of land in this county, or pav one cent of tax on real estate. How is this ieneral ! You can very well rest easy while the oou vention bleeds the tax-payers. Failing to flud that you pay on real estate ot that you are i freeholder, we looked over the personal meat and the following is the of our investigation : J. Tarbell One hllf of ot.e tier rent assess result faith valued at Inn Ou shol I lite vlo One Pull K'iu 40 HO of negro suflrage, that no Radical uol iticiau with any ambition will dare to risk bis ho,ies by advocating it. Mr. eR. SKMUKS havine devoted twelve years espe dally to the study aud practice of Obstetrics and Diseases of females and children, hopes for a lib eral patronage in that branch of his profession. aay-Oalce over Mushy, Richards A Co'a. JSSJ61V Drs. HARVEY A DIVINE OFFER THKIH PltOFSSSIOHAL SERVICES te the public. Dr. Divine having given special atteatlea to peratlve Surgery, and having performed many of the higher operations, hopes to share liberally the pablic patronage in this department. All diseases af the Eye, aad all Surgical Diseases of Females will receive his particular attention. aovi 'bS DR. N. C. ORRICE, ms: mi m m OfncxOvxa Uoiit, Ricaiaos Co.'s Dace sroai. ALL DENTAL OPERATIONS DONE AT ANTE WAR PRICES-FOR CASH. Feb I. latH-r Jv R. C. CLAY NELSON. DENTAL SURGEON, CAXTOX, MISS. T1CB and residence text to Caseell A Baegha . D O ALL OPEAATIOHS niUI OCiRAKTIED. Feb. M-ly READ I READ 1 1 READ 1 1 LEWIS A 00. '8 HinSTRATED FAMILY lTEWSPAPEE, ll.v ONK DOI.L1I A VBAR ! Read Hat or premiums to be gh on away 10 Cash Premiums cf 1500 each, - - - 11,000 loo 100 M 1.1 10 1.000 1,000 1.000 I AM 800 to rivet Orleans th prayer. 50 Oold Watches (Am. Watch CO.) 150 each. 1.500 50 Wilcox A Gibbs' sewing machines, ttie " 3.00 50 Howe's aewing machines, $oo each, i.000 2000 premiums of tl each, 1,000 ' ' - Pe.a.M. i - s.. ,,.... mt Clmb. Any one aending us the namea of CO subscribers and 'i0 will receive a Wilcex A Uibba' aewing machine, valued at $60. Any one aending na the names or 30 subscribers and $30 will receive a due bill of $30 in part pay ment lor Wilcox A Uibba' aewing machine. A en.l. nr.minm nt to .. .,. v. on all clubs nr not lesa than Ave subscribers. The famous by prelimiuary prei. iration, just at the i Ft.rwt.ll IX. lam. . r,,J -e Vi 'pn. from the South bv the identical plow found it on the occasion referred to. I .1.1.1. t. 1 . Stevens, the fiercest and boldest them. irvbly-Ar the uupeachers, is reported to have : ts.. shaken his finger by way of menace, and to have spoken as follows, touch-1 ing an article which he framed audi HVaOtH was a young man ol presented : ; Athens, obscurely born but extreme- Let me see the recreant aalaa. iln. i '.v handsome. FtslUax ill love with a tred back upon his steps and vote on liulv ot rank- 1,e disguised himself iu the other side ! Now, then. let him 1 IPIIiale attire, the better to carry on who can expect to get out on the on-; ain0,,r; and as he was one day ly ground left, it my article is adoi.t-1 0,1 ;1,e seashore celebrating the Bleu- ed. Let him hope, who dares to s""au 1'tes " "ls mistress aud Psalm, and another the 104th PaaJn hope, that so high a body as that . ,smaIe companions, a gang of and others; and 'hough that tune is Senate will betray its trust, will lor ' Pirat s came upon them by surprise far in the distant past, 1 believe I get its own act, will tread back its ilU(1 carl'ed them off to a distant never read or repeat those portions owu action, will distrrace itself in island, where the pilots got drunk of scripture, but thatmv mind rr..,. the face of the natiou. Point me out 1 forJ".v 31,(1 f" asleep. Hymen t lieu to that blessed little Sunday school one who dareso it, and vou show armed the virginsand dispatched the of long ago. me one. who dares be regarded as in "'eep'ug pirates, wnen. leaving the KoW dear posterity. U'hat eluinee "enieii upon uie island, lie sped to sseanu ui eupKe in ir With dealt and soul. The rea. h.. is a.n,...i .. realize that they were working for eternity, and the children set to work apparently with the ctmsci ousness that they were there to learn : lessons of heavenly wisdom. Our Til f 77- . !l rm,t m - lauffi "i the salutory with "''" Htm soiemnitv, SDst I which lias l,.,..,..l..,. i.;. exercises with a most excellent ' " ' ine i.aniier ot rhe South. Mav all It is now nearly fiftv vavara s,'.-,-.. success attend a lournal that makes the existence ot that Sabbath school s,leb principles its guide: yet I Well 1'eineiuber mv Rral teaaaussi e stain! hw tl... n.1.1 ..." ...... ........ n 411 wp laprfeve the Convention has lev ied flfty per cent 011 the State tax ! pay the exienses of the concern, and it will be seen at once tbatyoui pocket will be invaded to the full extent ot out di.lhw and xrernttrtire cents. P. S. On futher examination, ire Jind theft tin Qeneml Ins muni land at MMerj to him but has title to it. THK BIVVER OK Tilt SOI Til. Father liyan uses the followiitc there the first chapter 1 committed to memory it was the 4th chapter of .Matthew, another was the KM. try ami cause, and we accept no I"u tare which will not accept that Past. 'I'll, re are men who desert tlie ultm- 20 per cent, to be deducted by the agent from the then has Andrew Johnson with an ' Athens where he told his adventure, amount of order. I .-atO. I. L.I-A. JTJavVL. ' : and demanded hi. haUUwl : , specimen copies, ten cents, containing nectaaary j " u.lu nasieiiout, to give , . information. I him a loop hole ? You sav how fairina8eas raiisin. His request S.iitr.. I Pit I J L i-ll j, . 1 . v- i - . mm 11 mil .in........ ...... M a, m.rcur .... cs . I . U' . . ,.i , - was n . I rn. Ii s.. Ti.eriit.it.. an aas-a. alataa a... I T "saw laaaaar- aaa Aoaren . . T. : " ""- ol a l.ostiause around which they once stood with the IiIoihI iji their hearts panting foi libation, and who kneel to offer homage at the altars o! successful wrong. Then' are men who I rant pie under font the verv standards thai once floated, proudlv iblren, how many of "vcr 'hem. There aiv men basie elHHIgn to lilt their box 3391. Write your addreas plain, giving town DENTAL OPERATIONS, At 14 Prices, for Csuh. IM consequence of the scarcity of money, I have reduced the feea lor ell deatal operationa. Rut all bills must be paid when the service ta rendered Persons of limited me.n. . - - -' aaJL No Casaoa for examination and advice Chloroform and lecal anesthesia (by means of "'Jr''."' wnru oes.rea ine attention mt the public is called to the great Improvement in ARTIFICIAL TMKTB. They are derabte. nataral and life like in appear aace, wora with comfort, and much cheaper than rarmerly. c. 8. KNAPP7 Jaaa.ry . !K$ lm ) Ja.-ka..a. Ma. county, and State Monev. by dra letter, or express, may be aeut at our REFERENCES : Levi Stock well. Tressurer of the Raasa Sewing Machioe Co.. 699 Rroadaray. New Yolk. Edward P. Hatch, Secretary of the Wilcox A !ibs' Sewing Machine Co. 508 Broadway, V Y. April a Idas. ' tf Johns.il if that, article, ha inort.l I the marriage that the name ot H vmen Money, by draft, post oKce order, registered j rnfortniiate man Ihn. ...ero.,.,!..! was ever after lltvoked on silbse.iiient K .. 1 a. 11- .a . Illllttlii ! -mil 111 thai ip.i,-ii. uaiapereu, tangieu in uie meshes ot "r7" " f his own wickedness? Unfortunate, the Itreeks enrolled him an Virginia Tobacco Atrent'v CANTOS MISS HS place him as uiuch ss of time tnioii" their unhappy man, behold your doom." "s- No one can read these two extracts without feeling that the two orators The English have backed down were moved by a kiudred spirit ; and squarely in regard to fheii ironclads, while in fairness we must admit that The new luonsler.llercules. was hum our American orator is far behind kbed recent' ; but as she is a broad his French prototype iu logic, we side ship and cau carry u) three in advance davs coal, nobody has anv faith in tmm sod .-..ai.. .i,3T".r., "rwv '" u,rl"lur' '"-nuiiciiuiou. ami uerce, ner. me limes now comes out farU mib. .hl.h I .01 .-ii i. a "- cne.per ..tr,M.tr ,,f sniTiioirii I.' t i .,, ,, , i ,, ., ; f. f ..... . - . tf iiev in ui. s.is , ' ""r" """"T-en nr "v V ,. .; -""fi '" i i ne -i inn icare mi rei ss ad u. aaa d " '"r" I ,alnv " UIU r 'I"''!', as gathered tern and arK.i.. i.caiti.a i Ironi mi much fit the. re nril .i t. ui I,,,, I. calls iihii the Admirals H'ctrvs of uch lessels. you wtll remember the lessons rod are now learning at Sabbath school when you have reached beyond ,mr slxtyeth rear ? I love lo think of that precious little band of teachers and scholars and especially of those precious ies. sous. I believe they have bees hies sings to me all my life, aud 1 bone will be to all eternity. So 1 woaM advise you to lay up the sacre,: les sons ) on are now learning in the very depths of your hearts, have yom minds well stored with them, 'that they may be as a well spring of joy to you iu all your future life. ..nti bring comfort to onr dying bonis. Rut to return to the history ,.i i Sunday school. I am er sorry l inform you that it was destined ,, hands atraiiiat the Tei? rigors for which Um-j once Uplifted swonls. 't are not su.-h. For us, principle ia piiuciple, right, is righl csieidav to day tomoi row forever. Submission to might is not sinvemlt r if right. Ve rigid up the other. V e shall do our licst. thei-efore. to save t mm oblivion the memories aud Irxreiitioaa of tbe (onfitlei-acy. V baavet b ashamed of these had liet. r not read 'The Banner of the Soul It ' Amid the questions that agitate the present we should Mayer lose prink, in our past. It istoo gran .1 w le forgotten. Pass down it.- mom arise tkt) should jve forever. t-4T Me nl.otaUsthe child t the. i lea) lakes llic nn.ihei '.i the brail.