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lift ' i 'Kfi 'ii " - : )r0$pccittSo RATKH rtl TBI wVSBLV OITHIK. bfcaa ioaafyaar..,.. 1 80 irfatatoaitaar i 60 larfar of a eoltfrnn in jtu 40 ntt Miiura one year 15 wo a.inara on ? 25 franatent Adwtie.ngl,SBaTqttaii 'ret loo nd li cente for each iiiwquii inanition I lh...,.l .ilvirtiaora will be dealt with Hhfi ill y. UhI AJertlin t m rata., end j additional for .roar o aobllonilen. .ad no aroofor publico- . Y . i. tint II . fen in nail lion to ob luruiwiw - t r ' AnnouoolnK Candldntae f'r Btalea d Dlttrlot Office.---Daily paper charge It ; Wrkly paper, til : for aunonnctn OnndWatoa for loutity offi aaa, daily and waraly papcni charge JO. am i mi term and coodtAna arjreetl Bon by the Preaa Aaeoolatlnn for the Knl advor iba., ui nnnuncina onndidatee. anlln no in tan ca aa they be departed from . I Double column advcrtitenent are Ki eharynd thirty-five per cent . ddition- Ui YY yA'Ai"A-- Be just, and foar not ; Iet all the ends thou air'sf. at bo thy Ood, thy Country's, and Truth at on the above rate. llrofessional 0tte. ATTORNEYS VOL. XIX. CANTON MISSISSIPPI, SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, L869 NO. 3. BY JOHN F. BOSWOHTH. PUBLISHED WEEKLY OFFICE, MASONIC HALL BUILDING, SECOND FLOOR. TERMS Three Dollars per annum. THE AMERICAN CITIZEN li ) 'i .U i )i t ! EVKKf flATURPlY MORNING BT JOHN Fa UONH WK I K It i the lar, net paper published In this auction, and, contain" more loliliHl, Axrirulim-al iiibH lIorfirHlinml tl'illrr, I. art. I 1 HlH I l uce. , ih.uT (mil . n.l W-we,.hau -toy other paper in Mrtclitmi mid adjoining counties. 1h Frmra. fmrMnui Uv beta mada a specialty, ami will centan the bull artlelM that the aMesi pritctlcuJ arid ec'entitlc AffriculUirisU, Fruit growers unci Htuclt fiiera of th country can produce. la Politic., our ooiirsj ahull be as It hM ever uvea, "to xtfiiiil by utir vtountry ." Special iilteojMpA will be given to the collection tud publication of waiters o I. oral Mfl UVnrrnl InlfVeMl. T AdTrriiiMra The elranlatloa of Thrt AnifTlrna VM establl-hd mi a Arm and paying baill, and our liat U ra(idly and cnsMn-lv InereAiini thus mh. TOM HKNDBKHON, l.tue uf UunderBuo, Torry A Co. 8AM UKNt'KKSON. EO. K. FEA. ffVSBotas JaV uwa ciamton, Hiaa. 'lUianetleeln all the Courta at he Firth Judlelnl Diatrlct, and In tbone hi nt Jack Mai. Office mer Tuoatall & Balrln'B. i. it. waaiy uaaat e. w. HMBau. nw hauiiis. 14X18, KENDALL It HARIS, PTqKNEY8 AT AW. BT.CIi4HI.KH aTRRKTi and NO. 113 V n. sr., IffXW OKI. KAN", I. (OO ce Bourn No, 3, up Btalri trill Pmttitt in nil Ika Court of ILHann. .Hpotal atlentlnn crlveii to the Colli, m Clahna. throughout the United Hta. TOM & SAM HENDERSON, COTTON FACTORS, F 0 It W A R I) I N (I, AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 3$ Pcrdido St., Factory Row, New Ohlkans. Jan, t, 18BU. HILL & HARYE1 iffORNETS AT tW, CANTON. Miss. Offloo I Mnaonia RaildinK, aocoifloor Ja)y ::4Xt o. i.jijtygre. Ti.ffef?".' 1INGL.ETON & GEOBE, ATTORNEYS AT LAM CARTON, M. jriCI In Smith Building, Nerth weairnct J R. POWELL, COTTON F AC TO It, AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, No 190 Common st. NEW OHI.EANH. La, made on Cottoi 1?. tff I.fberil rash ndvancea uiiaiKned to tins houae. Feb. 18. I8i,, J. D. BRITTOX, I N. Ol'IranH, Lil. R T.. MOORS, New orleium. WW, THOMPSON, Madlaon ('n.. HMsh. (In Cunnncntlam.) & M OORE FACTORS, re. tf FRANKLIN SMITH, ATTORNEY AT LA, CANTON, MISS. Oael Mtli ballding, north. weal corner c qa.ro. Jar B. j. itoivEiCM, j ATTORNEY AT I.A j CANTON, fISS., , I lu the Courta of Mitdlaon,l(a draea and Vaaoo. and m ihtj, ltd Appeala at Jackaon. I OBe Kooth-weat rn-ricr of the dii- 8qa.ro; orer Cueatbara a Aucauu Houae, in", H.wltalldmg. inl Ii ItlTTON COTTON AN D GENERAL COMMISS'N MERCHANTS, 71. No. 71 Carondelet, Street, 71. NEW ORLEANS, La. r Rtippliea, Buffing, ,Vc, furnlahed, and cali dvanvea niHde on 0onaigniB0nt8.XI Mr. W. Dnnry will pay the revenue tax on cotton antieltflied to llritton V Moore. KKT.IX WALK Kit. W. 0. I). VAl'OIIT. ItLmcMceli o.raMwT-rfwi'd 0. 0. SHACKLE FORD. ATTOItNEY AT I.A rrll'K, Uoulh Nid. of Publie Hqu WALKER At V A II ; il T SIXCKRSOUS TO WALKER 4 SNIDER, I COTTON FACTORS AN n GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, NO. 43 UNION STREET, NEW ORLEANS. Deo. 7. dm II. J. HUNTS', (I.nte Rhprcr & Zunls,) COTTON FACTOR, No. H'J Perdido Strict, corner Carondelet, J u r e , 20- if. New O i-leans. IB. S II IRK, PBOP&IITOII OF IATKNT A, HKAI.KK IN FLUID, flavor lo S. f. Co.l.r.in A to. WILL praatlat lu the (lourta of the Fifth Jl otal Diatrlct, In the High Ooiirt of Rrrnre and eala and the U. ft. Circuit Courta. arpt; W. BEN CUNNINGHAM, ATTORN R Y AT LAW" Canton, Miss.. Will, nraotice in all the Crtlrta of the Fifth 1 dleWl Diatrlct, and in the F deral Cnmte. and Wat. PETROLENE BURNINt Mia Ci.K.t or Frnira mid Anueala at JarKaon. irtieu.!ar attention tu iwa lu Bankruptcy. amps. Lamp Fixtures, & Glassware, mr Olfiaa In S:ona Hoiua. Jant ly. ' ' K ' . . .I.tl) Foy.li-n. a... an. ( limp A Jt Chiw.., FREEMAN & McMICKEN, new obleans, la. M.r, ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Jackson and Canton, Miss., or.EE miRnia. WILL practice In all Ih. Court, of tb. Ml. Judi "" J 'f f "' 2aJ TDIatrict, Ih. High Cunit of Errar. and Ap-"'1" ,r,ke w,ll not am.ll ra bnrnine. II r aiai , .ipiMi.., .M. ii . n.h,, aaploded. II will not greaae ToUl humU or poala. and tho Federal Contra at Jack.n and Ox. h , w w ,abZm i eta on the lor. They may be addreaaed by the nrm nami ,,,, of te llmp n borna with froatM brilUaaoy, altoer at jaoaaon or v.auwii. ""iJ'; uu'ns ulol notions. Iltini any l.oal I III known . wwgaap i mmmmm imrii in iiiiy lnnii .villi Mari-v h llioe Tlurnfr.or .no ji.iiii.iiiii in i.iti.nn.iioi' iiuiiu-i. .-,i;oi i,-iv CANTON, MISS. WJ1U1.K.SAI.K AND Ititi'AI I. DHDGGIJTS AND APOTHECARIES, WHITE LEAL), 011 S . VARNISH E S Window Glass, Sasli, Doors, Putty DYE S T U T F , PEBFUMERTt ' BOOKS, WALL PAPER, STATI0RERY, FANCY ARTICLES, Watches, Jewelry, Hardware, Cutlery, &c. juiiu iy 0etrg. JUST RECEIVED and for sale by MOS1IV & KKIIAIIDK, 400 lbs tandreth's Turnip Seed, war ranied grj vih of 1867, 5000 lbs pt frl m Lead, 150 gnu Liuit Oil. 100 als Spirits Turpentine. KN ROUTE 5000 liKht- of Window Sam.. 4 dozen Pannel Door-. 300 loxen of Window Glass. All of which will Imj sold at New Uri.kanh raicEB. i.y97tb, ti7 tf CONFEDKHATE OBEY. When with hosannitN loud and tweet, Beautified with btiis ioteme, Our .Southern fioldlerj uliall meet Confederate in the highest aeude. Ory blfft I took yoa with pride Sach iriile U nimi f heartti may take As with our cmiw identified, And double precious for its sake. My mnrtyr'd (ietieral for he wore IJtlch clothes about the knight!ient soul ' That Ood froni hit eternHl store EniUffn'd within homan mould. I Unw he wearn the frartnentr now That i7ioth and rust rao no'ei amaW A jiudt?mn his brow To whkh earth' brightest crowns are pule. I know that In him angola trace Such Rlury an on Moses shown, Reflected from hi Master's face, As close lie stands besides the ihrune. Vet still 1 love, by memory's ray, To see him as lie used to be, Chnl in his well worn snit of gray, The synonym of victory. The jrreatewt victory i,p wrought Was when fit Heaven's supreme behest, The faith well kept the fight well fougflt, IJe went triumphant to bis rest. Across death's river d, irk ond fleet And storming in tumultuous strifes, Forever left earth's noontide heart, And rested by the tree of life! There's little left to live for now, Old suit, for Mich as you iind 1 : And but to leaven's decree I bow, I'd gladly, liko tiiy general, die. Hut long as God may choose to give The simplest duty as my task, I'm trifling in his strength to live And try to d it. All I ask. T T II B P u II I c. THE GREATEST BISC0VERY KNOWN TO THE WORLD IN MEDICINE, the PHYSICIANS. A. H. unt. H P Era. GALLOWAY b CAGE, INT Pel ANB, CAN N, MIsb. iy. aMtooar M. 189. Sr.. HARVEY & DIVINE. omOB hM Sioi Court CataAns. UK. UIV1HK Aiif a. 61 . .OKTHnjBi to gin aplal aUMUoa lo all Scaol n.i r.L caaaa. 0ra. Semmett A Luckclt, C A, a TON, MISS. HAYING aaaeclated thetnaelTea In the practice f Medicine and Snmery, raapMtfnlly oB.r ST. JAJBES HOT Ii,. MAGAZINE STREET, Betwaen (ira.ier and Natchez ata., NEW ORLEANS, LA. R S. MORSE, Proprietor. lc-ly. 3CELL0NEOUS CARDS. halt aervlaea to' the public. B. PGM M Sri havini deioted twelve yraranpe. alallrto tbe atody and practico of Obetetrlca and PI.- v of female, and ehlldroa, hope, lor a lib art, t :affe In that branch of Ilia profeaatou. f rOtt. j oeer Moeby, lUeuarda It Co'a. JaaM It DENTISTS. DR. N. C. OBRICX, DENTIST. OrtisiOTi Mosav, Bicaano 4 Oo.'a Parja BToan ALL DENTAL OPERATIONS DONE AT ANTE war rmcr.s-FoK cash. Pab i. MS-. ly DENTAL OPERATIONS At old Prices, for Cmk Mantua-Making. ANGIE M. ROBERTSON rL.S this method to inform her frlen da the public trenerally that the is pre Pftftcut end make dresses and feels hs- nrf. ,ne wjj pive satisfaction in fitting. Dilso make up suits for gentlemen or boyrferj loliciled. I.itir ibis annonncetnent Mis3 Ro. DerSpeag to her lew particular friends to ai,,r jn trying to make enough mon ev ler from debt and make an inde PeDinr. She feel, justified in plac 'BK I before the iicople of Canton in loia q eftrQ ij(.r joad rather than be il mm, PhOaphw! Photographta! T"Ein KlOtn IN eona.nn.nc. of the acarcity nf money, 1 ha rodoea aba (aaa lor all dental operation., ft. . all bill, nail ba paid when tha aerrice h. render Pereon. of limited mean, neod not beattale t Mil. No Caaaoa for ex.mln.tlon and advice Ottlaiafwi and local anr.tbe.ia (by meana o tb.r aarae.) uaed whoa deaired Tha attention of tka pahfla I. called to the groat Impmvemeo. In ARTIFICIAL T K K T II . They ara durable, natural and life lit. lo appear aaea. wora with comfort, and much cheaper than roraaerli. C. 8. KNAPP. Jannyy t. 1W lm. Jacnaon, MIm. MECHANICAL. B. Y. 8EATBB. MERCHANT TAILOR. VTfOUIO inpiolfnlly Inform Moot friends j. , an. ine ned havin-r pnrchsfpd the entire pparatua of Mr. Ii. H. Tichneor's fflVJU Pll GA LLER Y, am' VLfjla larucly ta the dock department. w. with twenty years exrience, h'S. Tie lo pleaae all who will bouor him witnVrDa,, . 1 hor rvery aito and atjt made at "hull ii on Canton "v. H. WTLUAltS, Artiat. FLAIIS 12, v ol THK und.Hive kind-, uf II' i,p,j jn all be' wan HangiDR. ft it or It mligMion. attended ne Leaaeea Dec. 1! )RN A MENTAL G, &c. prrparpd to do all en"i Kstnting. to His work will ion paid to Psper Bis. i ned EI REKA FJFE-BLOOO ELIXIR t HAS at last mnde its w;iy Into this country, after hnvlng lit't'ii in iiw In the f)!d World fur ho many years, and especially 'n China. The celebrati-d Alehemist and Cueoutt, Dr. Hepserdam, ol Pektn China, has at lant consented to his jrreat CHINRSR RKXKDY being introduced on this nontiueut, and has etiblisbed wholesale agencies for 'he par of supplying all druggixts throughout the towns end cities of our 00311 try. '1 his great Blood Medicine has performed cures (the mo-t sstonislv Ing) , where etenr other remedy known in Matn ia yitdka has umM sigitdlly failed. IT IS KO HUMBUO f I t r h in n r it r 'i , hut is a prepnrstion which lias bpen broncht out after many long year of toe deepest research, aid ed by the greatest chemical BCience and skill that eonld be brought to bear in its production, we therefore place it wholly UPON ITS OWN MERITS, ASKING THE INVALID OR AFKIJCTKD TO TRY IT ONCE, to be fully convinced, as its effects are inntantsoe ous from the first dnse takeo, entering at once into hlocul and penei rating every pore nf the whole boiy , driving out every imparity from the whole system, and creating instead PURE L1VK BLUOL) ; hmoe its name. VOll SALE BY ALL DBUGOISTS. NOTICE TO DRUGGISTS ! Eureka Life Blood Elixir, A NEW ERA IN MEDICINE ON 1 HIS CONTINEN T By tbe use of the above GREAT CHINESE REMEDY. IrueirtH throughout the South snd West sen be supphe through the arrangements made by Ur. R. W. Hepserdam, of Pekln. China, with J. H. Was- son A Co.. of the Wholesale Drug Emrortuia, of Memphis, Tennessee, ta wbom all ordeis mut be adreaaed. iy Is when my pilgrimage Is made, A4M when I am numbered with the dead, To j tin in Heaven the old Brigade. With BtOKBWALL Jackson at its head ! You're likeyonr master, worn and old. And scarred with wounds, my suit of grey, I'll smoothe yon f ree of crease and fold, And lay you tenderly away. But ere 1 hide you from my sight Forgetting all that's lost and gone Let me recall the visions bright I saw whentirst I drew you on. I saw a nation spring to breath, I saw a people proud atfd grand, I bftttle to the very death For freedom and their native land. I saw a cause pure if all harm, Thrice noble and without one stain, I gave for it in j good right arm I'd gladly give It o'er again. I saw Serosa a stormy pky The bow of glorious promisA gleam And as its splendor blazed on high, Fade like the fancies of s dream. Then darkness such as iright be fait Came down upon our helpless land. And yet we knew our wae was dealt, In wisdom by a Father's hand. Grey clothes, you fill my heart with tears. Though to my eyes they may not spring, Recalling our four glorious years And all the memories they bring. Oor canse is lost , onr hopes are fled, The land we love is sore bereft, Lamenting for her glnrioni dead You are theouly vestige left. For ail we hoped and planned and thought, And all we suffered and achieved , In onr Confederate grey was wrought, Well may it be with lanrel wreathed ! Old suit ! once more yon will be worn, When I am in my coffin laid ! Upon tke resnrectiou morn 1 wish to stand in you arrayed. W aad co. torn era, blic general- baron and act Hi It. that ha aaa remo.ed from uaa la Oaatoa, where ae will cooti.ru Merchant Tailoring Baalne.a, la all It. Tarbm. branch.. HaTlng an experience gf nearly thirty rear., b. feel, confident of bis abil ity a gVra aallafactfon to all who mar flnTor him rial tkaar aalraaaga a liberal aha, of which he aagiali troal tha paUte aiau leatiliii iM " - r Tfi trri ortaT J neaara. M.IT.Ma.. FOUTZ'S CSLEBSITID Horse anl Cattle Powilers. This prfaparation, long and fitvorabl known, will thor PughSy reinTigorte broVfii-dotrn and low-ipiritci torses, by (ttreDptheRlTig and tlearainf t e stomach art'l lute-tin-B. It ts a inre pre renUve of til dis eases Incident to this animal, sack as LC.HO rKYIK, 9t Uf TKIiLOW WA TER. H RAVES. COCOH3, IH tkmpkb. fk- vkrs.F'TVpkr Los-i or apvv- TITEAVn VITAL g.VSKOwV. e. lu as laifroTefl the wins. increaMS the appetite -fn e a s rao th and gksasy tkia uutl nsMkras the" liscrmblc skeleton into a finc looking u,d tiirtted A DOCTOR'S STORY. Oiioeveiiinfrjataiii the fall of 18-, I was seated in my rude quarters at the I? post, in Paraguay, review ing the events of the past few years of my life, as presented in a memo randum book before me when a knock at my iloor paused me to shut, up my book and invite the person seeking entrance to come in. For two years I had been surgeon- general ot tnnr portion 01 tne army of Paraguay which was stationed at B , under the command of Uen-! eral Joan Fernldo, in connection I with which office I was private phy sician of the commander himself, ! who, at the time I speak of, was suf faring from a sevre attack of fever, j The insurgent army, lieauea By a lawless desperado calling himself Sandsivo, had taken advantage ol the sickness of l'ernido, and annoy ed our army by frequently shooting the sconts, and making attacks upon the weaker portion of the camp. The encampment of the rebels was snpposed to be about Ave miles north of us, and divided into small parties. I was rather surprised when, as the door opened, a figure, closely muffled in a long cloak, fntercd the room. His whole bearing and dress , sliowea mat ue nan come on some mvsterioua business; and as I caught a gleam in one of hi eyea which In small globule of leatl drop into a friend's body, and wish it removed Accidents are unavoidable, you know, senor, and ft mau must resent an insult." " A duel," I inquired. Be smiled Hfrirmativelr. " And where does this friend of yours Me. senor ?" " Four miles to the north," he re p ied. " So near the n bel camp I" "You need have no tear on that "ore, doctor. The wounded man .8 been removed to a cave neai iy, hd yoi arcNiit.' In your profesttlottHl capacity. Will yon accoinpany in.- f" I replied by going into my little surgery in the next room. Hiid re tin ning with my case of surgical in 1 struments. " A guide and two mules await us outside tie; camp," he said, as we left the room and passed the senti-1 llels. We jugged on at a rapid pace, my j companiou unumgiug to fall behind me, wlnle the guide led the war Little or no conversation .as carried on, the stranger seeming to have lost his vivacity of manner, Suddenly, us we turned a shaip rock, beyuiid which point thebroadspreiuiiiig Uuno stretched, my eyes were dazzled by j an unexpected burst of light. Not tea feet before me lay the rebel encampment. 8o sudden was the discovery that I sat ou my mule i dumbfounded. I he stranger placed his hand my shoulder and said : " You understand the affair senor r '; Yes," I returned, stung by the lone in which he spoke, and roused from ray stupor by the anger I felt at being thus easily led into the lion's den. ' You have brought me here under false pretences. I re garded you as a man of honor," " All means are fair in love or war. you know, doctoi," and, with a light laugh, he dismounted and led my j mule nearer t he camp, Around the large camp lire were jltretched, perhaps, fifty or seventy- ht'e men, who withdrew to a short distance at a sign from a man who wore the officer's gam of the insur-j gents, and who came forward, as I dismounted, and extended his hand, j ' Welcome, doctoi. I hope you Will pardon the motive which leads us to cause you trouble of a journey i over yonder rugged hills, but I wish-1 cu to see you on government onsi- I ness," and he led the way to the tire, where we seated ourselves. Do yon not recognize met" he I asked alter he had lighted a cigarette. ' " N 110, I tliiuk I have seen your j face before, but I cannot recall the i Tl phi inv on now, ey oheved I'V leading mo to tin e, where 1 was securely bound to g. my right arm alone being free Once more, will you accede to requests t" demanded the ruffian " I have decided," I replied, calmly. "Then, launch him, and IMos te iel" 1 was lifted and placed within the cold waters of the Itosciero. A inn Uiettt later the swift current was bearing me onward toward the rocky gorge. For about half an hour, perhaps. I exiajrleneed no painful sensation, j ave a cold, dull feeling of nnjabiieta I and incapacity to move. 1 seemed i to be dreaming, and was being borne through the ail gently, for the cur ! rent, though swift, moved smoothly. At last J was, aroused from my stupor by a keen, cold feeling of pain near my heart. It was the ohill of 1 death ; for suddenly my whole frame became racked with -hooting pains, i which caused my limbs to become almost convulsed, and strain the strong witches with which I w as bound. But what was the sound which now greeted my agitated bearing ; that dull, halt-subdued falling of water? A moment later, 1 was borne round a sharp curve in Hie stream into tbe fiercer cum nt, and the full Consciousness nf my fearful position suddenly broke upon m I had e itered the mountain gorge, and was fast Hearing the I 1 closed my lijis li resignation and de fearful) inevitable, stared me in t he face Suddenly a sharp pa my left limb, as if a had entered it. That II free, and swung with the log now to the right, now t left, striking against the rocky THL; BANK Or' Ej.CLAiiD. Its Eaten., Arraugemeut, Govern meut, and Something about its Eusiiioss. London Cor. lUrtford (Cvun ) Pint.) It isa great affliction to havemucli money. One never iiao any poaoe i.ntil he gets lid of it. Here no this great bank can hardly sleep nights tor fear some body will be ' thieving its treasures. It has a company of soiUier come dowfc) every ingot to stand guard within II a ui hours work' dy to being And Ma ,v It has I Me, i.bW is iu any gauizeU rmly in mute pair. Death awful death, i shot through sword's point ember became i lie motion of' to the ot- a.s a military force I knowing his exact Mini m be raised. And clear arouud that fourai and you can nut liud side window. It is nothing else. And around are stones so . they can be suddenly the protrusion of rifles you are visaing t pass from i oum t and guards liv might think they had taken a king and were paying you but tiibt is not it a bit. It cause on aie pro Will be pocketing notes or great bar, have a uhnnce. penult you tfie bullion of a Direct for the da light ts whole force of strong ready to emergency, they and disciplined ami everj man place should H'.l you tuPy go res o! granite, t single out- a wall and all the way Hanged tha'i lisplaced for And when luteiior, as you room, bells ring bout until vou ; ou for honor, is be- . . i o enter s, except r of the J some sharp-pointed d the rope, and I now once more circulate d placi str. pre dicated uneasy restlessness, I lfj"l I mistook in sharply at him, vainly attee V .p , --ifked: to ))ierce his disguise. V dtay I tune am "I am Sandsivo ! " I looked at him curiously for a moment. This was the mau who hail murdered r hundred innocent chil dren, and pillaged and sacked every available village on the Bosciero. Involuntarily my eyes wandered over ii is face and body. " You are looking for claws and the tbrked tail, I suppose, Senor, Doctoi ?" he said, laughing lightly. " To," I said, boldly, I have not the superstition of the ignorant. I thought to see t he mark of Cain ! " He started forward angrily, but fhe fire in his eye. cooled as he said : ' This is trifling. You have been brought here to night on a matter which affects materially the future Interests of the Argentine Confeder ation. Ou my word of honor, you shall leave hereto-night safely if you accede to our wishes; it not He gave a significant glance. 1 new its meaning too well. '"'Your word of hollar.'" I have had it practical illustration of its value in the conduct of my guide hither." " We will not apeak of that, Senor Doctor. You are aware of the fact that we area brave band of persecu- ted " " Ruffian I and assassins," I added. 1 calmly. " Diuhli .' I am almost inclined to end this thing." he exclaimed, mad dotting instantly as he spoke. " Hut 1 to proceed ; oar object is to tree our- I sen es Horn servitude imposed upon us bv JukU I'eroido and Ins follow ers. To do this, it is necessary that 1 lie should tie put out of the way. j You understand I" ' Perfectly, my worthy captain ; but how does that affect met" "lam coming fothat pinsently. We require you to give to Juan Fer i ni.l.i n't... iu llli.lnr ii.tr -ini ia. I.r.1 ..,.. - li,.l .!-.. I. .....ai ..... I sumed i.it.1. ' i.i.iv ..... .limn man iu, him beyond the powei ol seeking us agaiu." ' That is. killing him." The bandit took his cigarette from his uiourh and nodded. "Secondly, you are to give us tho exact position, strength, and weak points ot his camp. And lastly, you are requested to take an oath never to divulge what transpired to nigM," M And w hat do yon pro)ns to give me, to do this human and loyal thing for von t" I spoke in a sarcastic tone, but he inv meaning, and eageilv torn of the river, and man badly. Apparently rock had sever felt the bloo.d 111 rough in y veins. Unbinding the rope with a severe effort by means of my left hand. I had the satisfaction of fueling that I was free, and a wild gleam of hope shot through my soul, but 1 still re tained in v hoid lu the log. which was rapidly Hearing the cataract, whose deafening roar was now to be dis tllie.tly heard. Every moment brought me nearer the labs, so near Indeed that 1 could see, even in the darkness, the surface of the water Becked with frothy foam. The course liecame more ir regular and rocky, and the sides of the gorge more shelving. Suddenly the log shot ahead with fearful velocity aim si ruck on a huge boulder that projected above the wa ter with a stunning shock, then shot from its course Upward, 1 lost hold, seemed can led upward v great force and fell unconscious ou Ihe hard rocks at the side of tin mi, while the log shot over tbe ipicc.down, down sheer fifty feet, It was uroaa daylight wlieti 1 re covered my senses. I opened my eyes, and stared vacantly about me. at the same time attempting to rise. My every bone and muscle seemed bruised and broken ; yet I succeeded in gaining a straight position. Four feet below was the still roaring lit er, hastening to the falls beneath. the Fresh ing more characters clergyman and prefe plot I ably a thief and thousand pound of gold, if you ey never Its where presence With no we be the vat d, ,Ca "'I.' 'I povet by ; itions, steal, is limit t u pial V I ! Ulllon to do it. Wl the room where the noies are gat hered lous sums, in the men wai died us, w i how many more screens and doors. put into my hand a S5,OtM),OO0 in gold. 1 the entire boiling t They expect, d ue t. Bume, out t iiHin t half at I do when I draw my mom at home. KW, what is t In ing immensely rich am perpetual con stern at ion, great bank ! 1 would n places with it for the w. President of the concern h salary, I w as told ( I n as put down here how DlUcI not. dare trust my mem. subject, but name ai.y ii please and it is more than mi ily suspicious so ; for while a ue of his office ; under special y virtue of his moonim. mi teinp eil we went into coin and bank III almost tabu Treasury, four ii 1 ilo not know hidden behind And when they package worth wondered that t i pia k e. I pre- my iiii Will' Tl this tha: if any pieces are of the machine detects i discharge the under receptacle all by the the full weight are . direct ion. .lues its lie use ot 1 living in like that ot change u hi. The as a great about to i. but do iry on the gare you that 1, but ml l t is that to pence of mi icy hate wonderful balances in bank, balances that know more men do. for in wcirdihn' coin it n. and s into a s, While another eut iu n a level shelf nil. and found en as wen g tbe slight lg the more ere I rested binding my ig my w here 1 in a north the post of cci'ty !..u and ounces of g -.1.1 and the "Utena nt -commander, if 1 a. r l be promptly inanv. tii: aaiPVFnR. it becomea T0W:. Bond- oVVLE w '- ,i wnrrl a. , a , i. . .ao ect- u .a.-aa a i. 1 A- A . m tbe , knpan tf Cow. thl. orrparaMon ia larahubl.. Bubnrba Oft OOOaa rlence, ajon y, uwcaaaM th. .uaoUty and .aiprorc. u. qttahtr healthy, neighb.e to Hint v a eftbaaiua it ha. 'Apply to .M Camdeo.W' WadB I- n pmen br k rr ' j aaa mML. - tnal c.pr.ai.nt ir .aaaaaMan MBC. '.. I- .h. n.-.v I Canton, Not. 14, n'B aLaiaBBHBlBVjlBBI tit, of mi'.t and B TllHBESI '"'m twenty p d n . ' fmtmmmmmmF - w . aaturiniua. i i.. ii-.t- ...... nv.a.- a. - i. i th..ltiaaa.( TPOP. SA m KZELA J"!',, aT.JS. to ,r view :, well tvitnrrwl ar,V!' t ,1 i r.-.. m , "Bk T JF aLf ""h", imrentlv honest face, he rjttuCouiT-s, . ..naaaawaviaajEaMieGY , ' " ' " " ire u'i , iocm-ii ir MUicajaavV 1 .rm9rZ r .1 ..... a.,.. , lhe vm, i thout Qin .IrVB. a a.,-. ..h -Q. n a. I seaTevl himself directly opW A rtm. I . V,- - BHBHBBV ..AKaa. n ai 1 I?, la na n fl an. a am. aL'l w j--"., -ajia fines aaa i m -. Aimmmmt .-, xta Aowm -awr ra. o - ir ar VsJ YftjaL lm.iL M.JjkS: W. ?9&U&UTa. CAPS Prwr. Fl- jPor K-lBTtM K..lt) .iwiuvfeAKj-fw -..v giy . . V' BC4 R?BB ,SttWem -.n' ' sauM.o' Kta E Jf-' SjmmmgttJB0 HHi.Hibw . 1 ,1, BaJ niderer 1 hail been landed nn the shore of the Btre; lint little difficultv. se my injuries, in sealii elevation, ami reach! level Uitii'i beyond. I for a few moments, wounds, and AMertalui about! ; then I starte westerly direction for B . ' Four boars after ward, ragged, and so lame that I could hardly walk, I entered the encampment. The sen linel stared at me mutely, assisting me to my quarters, when ee, alter a deathlike sleep of a few hours, I re paired to headquarters Gen. Pornido greeted me warmly, expressing no little astonishment at my pa'e lace and swollen hands. He had missed tae, and, fearing that 1 had probably wandered from the ! camp and been captured by the in surgct.ts, nau sent out scouts, who bail jus; returned with 110 tidings of me. Astonishment gave way to grate fulness when 1 related my strange ex I aerie lice, which one year alter ward, when I left tor New York, the rebellion having been crushed, as- 1 substantial e idem e of si 11 - rue sn ipe ot .1 apieatitu me set eiity ounces of foitl. th I tl ik t li printing. fly, using 111(1 regis- thing ex- 1 annually nk to re- igb; England and once the rule their big was ! a of mind. . . MIDWAY ThjT AJTOr ACTUSKB of Tana SajM AJtjX "aiaiji. riow ono ea as Branch ta.', 1 . '?V. "Of Aur-, '&:::. OLassi;s AXT tgrer T ! knd foot. ' idr ing down 1 "ueil, 1 wo vA Hints to Wives. When y.uir husband returns home at night let him tin. I the lire out, his tea and toast cold, and you reading a novel. It he tells you tint his expenses are more than his income, ami pro pots s to move in a smaller house, sit down and cry about it. Tell him yon always live.1 in a large housf be fore you were mariied. If at the end of I few months he fails in btiisinws, don't aiake the best of his misfi.rt'iiies, 01 help him bear his tioiibl.ts by giving your sympathy, but ery its though your heart would break. Hint oc.-asi.inalv the much higher aVAJtrt ttBBa Po"k- . ' .1 .1 position yon hel.l 1; your marriage. he has luusin inn society befon BAQotSB ii:ii to rail r. 1111 Mf, vyire ami In t V A being out t t'tiii-i..., t.. r i.- , LaKD into 1 lie uanK tloes lis own too, and does it spit ; machines tor number! taring that, can do e cept speak. Some 300,000 nerani to the counters ot ceive dividends, to rot t'o and giv tanity befwe we die. Bat is a rather femlal country, iu always it seems to be from the Queen down. When they had told me stories till they saw that I perfec ly receptive state and wide open to anything, thev said that tic y used to have there, ii? their employ, a man seven feet Ingh, and that he was in such I -ar the anatomists would be after him as a curiositv, alter his death, that bu begged to be bailed iu the court yard of the tiank. and was, whieli teaches us that much money, or ex cess in any direction, is a curse, as ' I saitl liefore, I left the VMl building in a per fec'ly dazed condition, iwiiiflnad jr lhe enormous ami 1111 1 customed figures and facts which they had dis pruised tome, perfectly turned round by the many rooms, falls and stair cases through winch 1 hail been led, wondering how any one in Kiigland could be poor wiib such a. might v tll'mr as that making meeev m fitij run all the time, speculating as lo what rank among human o cttpa 'tions oueht in tact to be assigned to 1 this handling of money, a -.l sure thai ; inv paackaMa were Jul as empty as wlien 1 went in. -a - - 1 A FAST GTRL. Graphic Description ef tv.e Belle of San Fr-tnci&3 Mrs BSsft, in her n' ,t hook on " KahWeSM Ainerican Wotnen." makes mention tof a CaHtWaia lady, re in irkable for herabilitv to fitert! i'" Iwinty gentlemen at BSaee t it aeious iiwirs. If j,i . only ir ehietiy reniar';al .ib.iiit Miaa IlitehctK-k, aire, a far less leuiaikable iot slit is. Hut she is a .-tin t such a character as this ag slid need not duplicate, the over. As AmrniMiis, we have long bsjeateel of the vettsatlltty of our climate, soil and pvo.tlo. ' IVrhane Miss Hitchcock was a neceasary prodnciion that the world might be convinced ot tbe tmtbfnltiess of the boast She is a pnblie chanirter j-tresta, mluiring long Laeen one of the belles of this . city , without wbom no social gather ing of the ton was complete if site ' was in the country. When a chtltt sJie wits rescuett from a bttruiujr building, by some members of Knickerboi-ker engine coanpauy, Ko. o, since wUieli time iahe has never forgotten tbenj wearing eonspicu ously. at all times and v. li.ces, a neat gold 5" upon her dress and at times making the company, of which she w;,sa duly elected member, costly presents, ranging from tho cherished " 5" to the gold iiiouuted, ', fire horn. She was eccentric to a ' degree that shocks our New Engl notions of propriety, sbowiiigy 5 eccentricity, now by presenting theT " Fives " a iwirre! of brandy, now by staltlng a tlwunsanu on a favont Horse at the races, again by ridint on the cowcatcher with the construct-! ing engineer over the entire length' of the Napa Vallev ftailro.td, to. which ride she challenged said en gineer, and again by the noblest deeds "of philanthropy and charity. She has upwards of $50,000 in her own right, and of course is expected to inherit the huntlroda of thou-anda of her lather's estate. From her own . purse she supplies the wants of many needy objects of charity, being gene: uus in the extreme and of noble, impulse She vibrates between San Fran- elsoo and Pan's, taking New York ami London in her way, and asrou Ishjing the natives of each of these tjuiet (?) intui mediate cities, by what she does and what she does not do. She defies all rules and conveu itbties ot society, drosses and acts as she pleases everywhere, selects her company from all classes at will, yet comma mis the confidence aud good will of all. She is conspicuous at the grand balls of the Empress at the Tuileries, attends annually the Derby in England, wliere it is said she amuses herself by winning or losing a few hundred pounds at tho hands of tbe young sprig- of nobility. A few days since she started with her parents overland to New York aud thence to Paris. Two days after her marriage no tice appeared, as evidence of tho last ot her eccentricities, sue, in a quiet way, with the personal knowl-J edge of but twe human beings be-l side herself and the fortunate ( t grooi. having experimented in thl role of a bride, Another admire was with her ai! ufitennj9eft-d3 that day, until fi P. M., Mien s went, as be supposed to dinner, s V. M., he met her again by appoi mi nt and went with her to the th in . otter which he accompanied 1 and the family as far as Sacraniei on her overland journev, quite igrj ant of the fact that from 8 P. M. had been with Mrs. Howard C instead of Miss Hitchcock. Thii the same youth whom she da to drive down an embankment 'lie Cliff House road a few days a which he did at tbe small cost $12,00. Her husband is left behind, she i having seen him it is said since tl leftist. Louis. Cor. Providence Jot ae INTERESTING HseaeJ. ITEI . it, . by Tier n the . liiing . efM h t :t than ter, and cannot country Ft rat eva.D taa, Dai Bait a a suit. JLaaii, a aa into ...oo sO. ic nt.i;.. i . i am ......... lf. luiiiiu- i- mia. erw St'- a i actress, redniring a-' Ax t''uafMsl 1R0K. Lmmt''B" snd 1 trg.-r he , c afcii ; ;Z-L T: ' r Moa9. VcrcJrnmMiOT Matut I - . - e- Austria raised $li of bet t sugar this One Lepsic publi ,((1,000 tierman country. Lye Ivim,Bj''hinur a school ot ((pored chl fniula, Louisiana. (xreat datniige Iris beta in.- uost to toe tirangeej nda. In .-.ome oarts aafl nda the trees have bajjH Recently at lagilekarg, a of seventy-three marrMker I nusnaiid. lie was tap years oia. The clergy costs tbe OaSfttl siIl'.immi.ikhi annually t ahsaakai ... .ii.i ...... . rf ' aaaa 'i-i - o.otei,iHai : the In wiim ""0; rum, 8-(KMrtW,gji4 Secretary Seward nounees that Domi " ' '"" " ororaaea in rnem Dy tli ernmenf. The Aineries. to contribute I of the Prqia wealth V Cat! given Sonthern going lor wai ami iinfuihmallWXVv ' North is iy for thol iiKuasses i me gin near Horn Ijakd er with two gioa, uitv osiea nr bv fire on Friday aifaA J The Xew Ynrk table giving toe loan I luted mates eria in all esses wl Jl.0O!t am i- US71 of anyj.-r ioss bv flee the last tli ?.U!t,60S, The tali ' be Cooper have slrucl instead-) '.he atrgaW' T -HaP deci. his for t I ''xrartr En Taoia, 1 BaSV StaahaaBPl K2HFa!B. ' an "tanned tlarke'JHVaWl WW M BWB Iw,- .wlWmm okz t"ins "bsbP . feaaana- I , em