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THE AM E R I CAN CITIZEM
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Halr-c.luma on l
j is IWIMIRaBl aUB.l MDRnlKa II
jonit 9. WlTII.
It l Iho lre.t pa publl.bed lu tktt .ectlon, an,
aoauliu more rIMeal, AfjrUailWrail -t
.rlieutmrH MMIOTt
i SUMWllnat a' UTm m
l ,.upr lu ludiun ..no udjoaaio. couallaa
l b. , , v . Orrsroarai kaa beaa mada
. 1 a apaalaltj, and will eimuuo the baac artlala. tbat tlie.
ahlaal ir iHrr' and iutlftc AerieolrurUU, f'rult
uri.wrrii mid Bloat ItaaaCI of the couutajeau produea.
I In P.llllca, our Htn .bull be a. it baa aver baen.
" to Htnuil by onr country."
BltTlrtal aitnt'lnt will be gteem to th eollaetlo aid
pajdicailon of uiillin of l.oral .ad Orarral
Inlrrral.
Ta AilTerllare. The clrawuatlon of Tfcei
liu.-rirnn ,'ltiea I. r.tiibji,h.t una Drra aud
payaaf UaaU, au4' our li.t 1. rapidly and coD.tantly
iMaaatoa.
Third el .column oo year RO
4uarttir or a column ona year 40
IMPf" y" 15
Two a.piirm on ver 25
TrMaasu Adrertlelnir 11.50 per aqnare Ural lime
It CI. inr each aulwcipipnl Insertion
Itertlaera (rill be dealt with liberally.
flHrtlalui at aume ratea, and II ndilitiimul
row of publication, and no proof of nulilicii-
HooraP f. lurinani-u until ma ire In iilil.
JtBSSasSf Candidate, for malax and Pl.trlct
Otflaea Dally paper charge 120 ; Wei Icly paper, j
till for anamjncl Onnilidatcs for Comity "Hi- !
ae. daily aud wly paper. 1-h.rge IIU.
i MT"Thaaa are me term anil i-nnditiiiiia airreed j
Mil by the Preaa Aaanclatiim f"r the Ii-rhI adver
Heine; and announcing candidate, and in no in
aUnee eaa thee ha departed from .
-"Bo just, and lear not; Lest all the ends thou aimVf. at Ixj thy God's, thy Country's, and Truth's.
VOL. XIX.
CANTON MISSISSIPPI, SATURDAY. JANUARY 30, 1869.
NO. 4.
ord
ory
Double column advertisement are
ohfrgtd thirty-five per cent, addition
al on At above rates.
BY JOHN F. BOSWOKTH.
PUBLISHED WEEKLY OFFICE, MASONIC HALL BUILDJNC, SECOND FLOOR.
TERMS 1
J )c dlars per annum.
What
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No
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tin.
rea,
cm
an
rxrftssional Carte.
ATTORNEYS.
EO. R. FE1KN,
ffwaasrs.. &x it a "w0
CANTON, nits.
TLI.oraetioe in all the Courta nf the Filth
Judicial District, and in thine held nt Jack
Mian, flfflco over Tiinatull & Baldwin V
0. It, lSGS-ly
UUII. O. W. KKKrtAI.L. H. U. HAKKia.
ARRIS, KENDALL t HARRIS,
WORNEYS AT LAW,
I 9t. cnAKi.aa ktbkkt, and no. 112cakal at.,
IVl. M OICI.I I ., I, A ,
(OIBce Hooin No. S, up Stain.)
WU1 1'natu In all iA Count eXeuu4kM.
.0Bfepecial nttentlon given to the Collection ut
Claitna. throughout the United SLatei.
Ooe. 6, IHIW.
HILL & HARVEY,
TTORN E YS AT LAW,
CANTON. Miss.
Office In Maaonia Building, sfcond floor.
Inly 4 tf.
M 'ftlNULKTON. W. V. OKHWIK.
'INftLETON & GEORGE,
ATTORNEYS AT LA V,
CANTON, MISS
PFICEIn Smith Building, North-went cornet
. pobliu iqnnre.
March I, lMl7-lf
FRANKLIN SMITH,
4TTORXEY AT LAW,
CANTON, MISS.
Oflaa : Rrlak bollding, north-araat corner Pontic
aara janlt-tl
E. J. liOWEKK,
.ATTORNEY AT LAW,
CANTON, MISS.,
IT ft, I. prtctkp in tlio Conrti of Wndlsnn,
Attnla, 1 lot m n and TtiUon, nnil in the HiJth i
urt of RrrorN utid Appah nt Jnclivnt).
umei hoiiih-wcht corner of trir PiiQile
ttro ovui CUfAtbam
Auction Hunhf. Hrfiwu'i 1
' W Bnlldinjf,
wm
C.'C. 8IIACKLKFOHD.
AT'lOJ tN EY- AT LAW.
kuci:. Mauib Wide or Pnklle '
-I door lo M. Cm C'orhritn oV Vn.
j ILL practic in lUe ('ourt, of the Pll'tb Jmli
IMatrict. In the li-jl, Hunt of Erum oml Ap
i ud the U. S. I'lreiill CourtH. m-nts.
W. BEN. CUNNINGHAM.
T T 0 R X E V A T I A W ,
'anton, MimM
MM, prAPtice iu ali ihr Cottita of tit Ktftli Jn
Itiftt Iistrict, nnil in ihe l-il-rttl Court. nnl tht
tigh t'mirt nt Krrorn nnd Appfuln "l JnoM hi.
Partiriilnr Rtteiitiun to t'nuet in liTiiknitcv.
itfr Office in Sioiic IIiHme. Jn4 ly.
FREEMAN & ITT c MI C KE Iff,
i ATTORNEYS AT LAAV,
Jackson and Canton. Miss.,
ffllali practice in all the Court of Hift.Mli Ji.il -U
Litrict. th Mich Com of b.rrnt ;.i tl A
UNMa, end tlio Keilernl rontr nt Jackvon and Ox
9r4. Tliey mny In' ad lreasfd by tlif Hun irune
liber at Jacknon or (.'nuwii. Ontl'M y ly
PHYSICIANS.
I. . ALLOW.!, H. n
H. " MO
Drt. 0-ALL 0 WAT k CAGE,
mm IIDKKT P II V Mi II A SI ,
CANTON, Miss.
aB.i H...lb..M. ml .-ui.iio ......
MM ly.
lIS: HARVEY & "DIVINE.
lOVTS BlOK COt'KT
DR. Dl vins
'') 'OflTlaTt'RS to give .porial ouealion ali fitlBOl j
Aia a,..
Bp. S
SemniPM a l.url. tt.
CANT., IMIfeiS.
HATINfi "Hoclated themttelTff In the practioe
T MeJlrlna nud S'lrtry, refpeetfully "tier t
f trvleod to the public.
1
fc.SEi-Mns having devotd tlveveflrniwpe.
aUUf te the -lady tod practice of ob-td i w iu
Otaaaeea nf fern., If h und chlldrfii. lioe fur a lib-
9f pmtrnne In thnt brnnrh nf hit prir-tton,
W tffioti over Mfttfby, Iticnurd- A Cu e.
aM-lv
DENTISTS.
DR. N. C. ORRIC K,
DENTIST.
Orric OrR
Drug ito.s-
tlu.BT, Richards k
Co '
All. OKNTAl, 0tKnTI0XS DONE AT .I.N 77.'
war rmtcs-Foit CASH.
Feb I, lHs r, ljr.
T -.IVXJT A T flPP r? XTIl )
J11'I iA,J UrUlAlll'tlO
At old ppirea, for ah.
TX eon.eqnenre of the aearrity ol money. I have
X reduced the faea lor all denial operate. a. 11 ,t
Hi bill, noat ha paid when the aerane la nn.!ereil
Paraon, of limited aieaae uead not hesitate t
All. pTo Ciiaro. tor examination ihd advice
Obloroform and local eneB.theeia (hy mean, o
ttbar array.) uae4 wlaaa deaired Taw attention
t tba public la called to the great Improvement in
ARTIFICIAL TEKTll.
Tbay are durable, natural arid life Ilk. in appear
anaa. war, wit. coeafort, and ranch rheaner than
fanaerly. C. I. KNAPr
Je.aary I, lMt ta.) Ja. kaon. Mlaa.
MECHANICAL.
It. Y. 8EATEK.
MERCHANT TAILOR.
TeTTOUl.D reauei tfnlly inform b-.ridlnenda
1
V aod cuaUnera. aad tbe pub, k eenera
It. tbat he hmi. removed frora har.ui and aet
Uad in Cantoa. where be will ccntiaae the
Merchant Tailoriaa: Bnalaesa,
I. .11 tta Tariooa loam lie.. Haelaa aa eaperienre
aW aaaarle thirty year., he tewla ronrideut of hie abil
it; ta iree wtwiactfon to all who may faeor biea
Vila laarir uatroiiiee
ter. ..bare of which be
tor annoy rara n
4 gnat pHHN aa4 i
Sjunar on w;
r yeww. rt-ctfwHy ineara
nan ftcmnr.
Weal aUa JPaailla
KartbT J Bieb&raa
Aog.tT.ints.
. D . MIDWAY.
-ANI KAC IUKKII a. TxwalUaMlea
Harne-. 1'brw IrMw aaa rAeMer,
liar la
T HI H AM' HOt Tlx t!ffia
sen awn rmm-Tn r-Ai.r
".Tan, nnr
NKHIaUU T(WI
aj ANl r AC I uFr-l aa T aa. A I Ik, Laaaa. Uwr, wWaaaataBaBaBlB.
WM. H.rn. 1'hrw rMea aaat Brak.' ajA. fief
OJBTaaa aaler la F ff sa r1 Www 1.14 r"".'.,r?' ygtLXWf
ntA v. ri a i ' i'MP"Tiifair itmvi m. ... rr, r . inr , - - i 1- mkm . .
. aa ,aiara... Jim"1" r oral 1 ""r ;" '"- 1 f
n irmtuaa. aav ah aia'. - -. . a jmrnW - e. w
,1 M l aawe I ...I n Taj mWM. . , u, if ... K - a J i,
W -er -1--ui ....aW fF.'" " Wvmu"iiMi' $ tJm'.'-i'Crr Sym has latelvleen intro-'
- Ml Diaaolution. ! , a pof . X JTMXVi iaietl' waitlpil a bill idal
r-.it... ..BtmrT mTi ,.r.ntTr. SV 2tlTZJ amttl VVVaMrak a vo- BV drew picture ol murder in laV
BHItEa nil Tin, BBfl.1W... w- iaa.1 B0 - WjaBW o' ' -iT-" ai avi." P BMfcw Ita 'nnallinp oaitw taUt. in rain.- ,ht DT rx
rvmr c y. ...Mnnao,. rUBT J mmmmmmmSmmmr V x x-mrtL 1 SUnW iffiV.' itett mXx '""-' MirfULOUR, " M.e. sih.'.
aafjaiaal BWBlT Jj biax'it'a 4 ;llennn SlSe t'nte-' tlie .Uu4mr act lt
$tcto &dtms Carte.
TOM HKNDKItHON,
f,uuj of Hendtisoii, Terry A Co.
ham ntSBMON,
TOM & SAM HENDERSON,
COTTON FACTORS,
F O B W A R'D I N (i, AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 3 Perdido St., Factor; Row,
Nkw Orleans.
Jan. 2, 1869.
J IE . POWIiLL,
COTTON FACTOR,
AND
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No 190 Common st.
NKW OKI.KAIVN. I, a.
tT Liberal rrth ntWiincea
nnaigiipd to this house.
Feb. 18. 1K,.U
iniide on Cotto i
ly.
J. n.nniTToy, i
N. fji'Ieuns, La. j
i r.. Moour.
Nnv Ok-uus.
U. W. THOMPSON,
Kttdlwin Co.. MisH.
(hi Cnnimciihii),.'
DRITTON & MOORE
COTTON FACTORS,
a n n -
(iKNEKAI. COMMISS'N MiaiCIIANTS,
71. No. 71 CarondcM, Strn t, 71,
NEW . ORLEANS, La.
at Pupplie.. n.ijrtrinp. Ac, furnished, and ensli
dvancea made on Cbnaigrmfinta. JP.8
Mr. W. Duney will pay the revenue lax on cotton
conaigned toRiitton .V Mooic.
FELIX WALKKa.
W. (I. D. VAimiT
H AI, K K IS A V A U (- II T
SI'tK'KS.soHS TO WALKKtl . SNIDER, i
COTTOX FACTORS
a (r p
GENERAL CCMMISSIGN MERCHANfS,
NO. 43 UNION STREET,
NEW ORLEANS.
Dec.
7
6m
Iff. J. Zl'NTSa
l.iito Khnrer .V Kuril.,)
COTTON FACTOR,
No. 3d Pordido Street, corner Curondelet,
J une. 50 if. New Orleans.
.11. 9. 1 1 ; Si .
rilOl'ltlRTOK OK PATKNT A i'EALKR I!f
PAT. PETROLRNH DVRNIlffJ FLUID,
Limps, Lamp Fixtures, & Glassware,
f ,0 Poydrn ml., bri. t mii;. A Mi C Ita.i.,
NEW ORLEANS. LA.
ALL ORPERfl PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
PETKOI.E.K Itl RMXJ FI,I II
Thi M titt great tl, nithrttum t f the Mgti
It will not atnokej will not anetl Iq bnnttiiK. it bm
mi htt ttfMMk it win ot irTMte yom ttMtta or
ttlh No MNA or dirty ttiiit-taiu'e collecti on the
oiitsiflf ff the );tmp. Ilnnrnemtii (freutttf brtlliftnc
neinijiit'a.H uii, snflm-ss li;iti atlV ( "al I il ki
I will burn in any I.ohj wiih lnn-v'- Hgge Hunit-r. or
T. aTAINE noTFia.
HA CAZINK S Tlx EE T,
Betw.en llravier Hnd Natehel t. ,
NKW ORtBANS, LA.
H S. TdORSE.
Proprietor.
Feb. 10-ly.
MISCELLANEOUS CARDS.
Mantua-Making.
MIS ANOIB M. ROBERTSON
AKElS this method to inform her friends
Hnd the public gfterelly that she i3 pre
pared tn cut and Diatte ilre.seg and let-Is at
aiirad tbat she will give latiifactlon fitting.
She will nl9 make up auiu for geutleuien ur
uov9. irnert aonemn.
In niMkint; thi unnoniueinent ItUl Ro-
' bertson appeals 10 htr lew particular frieada
I to Mist her in trying to make inuugb Boa
j ey to free her from debt nod make an lade-
; peodent livinsr. She feela jaatlitd in plac-
i n K beraelf bet -re the eople ol Canton in
this way tn earn her bread rather than be
a mendicant.
Jan. 2,
PholopaphH! IMiof osr.-tjih-:
THE nnderaiirned fcaatsf pun bie.l the en'iie
Iwk and .pparatoa ot Mr. O. ll.Tiehneir'a
PHOTOURAVU GALLERY,
! anil huvin added laraelv to the -toi k ilepaitiiu nt
jhellatlera himvlf. with twenty I lam.
tbat he will he able to please ali who will honor
him with their patron, Re.
.al'hotorjpha or every aiie and .tyle made at j
but t notice.
W. H. WILLIAMS, Artist.
Canton. f. 1!. t6-tf
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL j
PAINTING, &c.
THK nndera ane.l at n..w prepared to do all
kind, of H-'uar. Kin .nd llrnnment al I'aintina. lo
I order, and at the eborteat notice. Hi, work will
all be wan anted Apecail attention paid to Paper
; Hana-iiijr. Old furniture Varni-heO. Ktaintd 1
made to look like new.
Ail onlera left el Karp'a .tore will be promptly j
Mended to 1
Dec. 9. D. A. DREYFUS.
TOWN L0TSF0R SALE.
s
KVFRAL Lot. tnitable for Ree.idnrea.
tba moat deirable anywhere 10 the
Hnhiirhn of the city nf ("anion' Location
healthy, neighborhood xi-ellei,t, title good j
Apply to
m. H. I Ar.iaia,.
Cnatnn. Kov. 14, LM
FOR SALE.
tV VI..... I 4IA lire.
Jlrajs, Pricks, A-r.
i
CANTON, M'ISS.
WHOLKHALK AND RKTA1L
DEUGGI&TS ARD APOTHECARIES.
UEALKKH IN
WHITE LEAD,
Oil S, VARNISHES
Window Glass, Sash, Doors, Putty
i V B S T tr T F i ,
PERFUMERS
BOOKS, WALL PAPER, 8TATI0ERF,
FANCY ARTICLES,
Watches, Je we! ry,
Hardware, Cutlery, &c-
jania iy
JUST RECEIVED and for sain by
MOSIIY A- niCIIAKDl.
-100 lb Landretli'N Turnip
ranted ifrowth of 1 b67.
51100 lbs pure White Lead,
150 gals Linseed I il.
II") gals Spirits Turpentin.,
Seed,
EN ROUTE
50IJII lij;iit
1 rloaen
3011 l.oxea
All of whicl
PRIGtS.
i of Window Siihi.
Pannel Door,
of Wimlow (Jlaai.
will bo Hold f.t New (Jblkans
iv'JTlh, '07 tf
1 o
t i! k r v :i '.. i c.
THE GREAT KRT ETSCOVfRY TCNOWK TO THE
WOULD IN MHDICISE,
EUREKA MFfi-BLOOD ELIXIR 1
HAS nt hiHt made its way into this country, nfter
having been line iu the Old '.Vol Id (or so many
year, and especially in Ohintt. The eatibrated
Alebemiat and ChiiuUt Dp. Hepaerdatn l lt-Ui n .
I 'hum . baa at la! t'OnaeUted lu his preat ClJINMR
Rkmhuy being Introduced on this enntiuent, and
haa BxtablUbed arbdfeaale agenclea for the pur
pose of siippiymu all drUfEfflaU thioiiclioi.t (lie
biwna i.url HlttM nf nnr en intp. 1 his intnl Rbrfif.
Medicine hn-. perlornifd cur- (the moat aatniifrh' I
ins), where every other remedy known iu Mottfitt
M.dica has lMt rlffMlly failed.
IT IS KO BUASBUO
I) 1 t (' K rv O T IS V 71 .
but l n preparation which haa beti braflirhl "if.
after many 1 VeArl of thw iaapeM rteaarato, aid
ed by the cei.t-r-t .'hemieal pcience and t-kill that
OAUM he brought to biatl in U prouuetion, we
Uiartfore placi It wholly
UPON ITS OWN MKHITS,
ASKINTf THE INVALID OR AFFLICTED TO
TRY IT ONCE,
tn 1h fully convincer1, a-i itw effet-ts ure iri-.tnTiti.ne-oua
from the fir-T doae takfi. entering at nilOf into
Mood and ae u teat tag every pore ' the abole boiy,
drlatog out reary Impurity feam the whole nyatara ,
tVid creatine luataad PURS UVE-BI.OOt) i
hrnec itn irune.
FOR SALE BV AtX DBVOOISTS,
NOTICE TO DRUGGISTS!
Eureka Life Blood Elixir,
A I1EW ERA IN MEDICINE ON 1 HIS CONTINEN T
liy tba use ol tlie above
QMAT cillNlrsE RKMBOV.
Pioeciits tlirouKhnut'tlie South and We.t om ln-
.upplie firoiiKli Hie iirranceineuts mole by Dr.
R. W. LTl ...I Jaa, . of Pelcm. China, with .I B. Wa.
.,111 ,V Co. ill the liole.nle Draff Kuilii.riiim , nf
Memphi,, Teiniehsee. ta whom ail orilei, luu.t be
I MaaeaM. ly
FOUT Z'S
rrLtnaTTD
lm iia CattlB Pnite
ThU frrrrtion,
leag mid f.tvoial'l
Vin'wn, will thor
ouphly rnuvigorate
lfluuat4aara unit
low np.ptcl aoreea,
by ttrrnt.tln.nit":
ami r s "e
toniahl, aiutl in t Cat-tine-.
It i a pnn r
TtmUve f all
maps tncal- nt ta
thii iilaiil tiirh u Lt- w -fcau, uiaA.MJi.it a.
TELLOW IT...
TKR. HEATER,
CcttiHS. MS
T E M T E R , KE
rests rot a DBS
LOSS OF A ivPE
TITF ASH VITAL
RVMST.Sa. Ita
ne iaifroe the
w i A , incrraAe
u? iffaSea-ateaj
ib s i i it arm
a akia uoi
aaiaerablc i-1 n Into a Cor Iraki njr ami apirttnl
T L'-r r nf Cow. e :. pppfkftrn tlon i InvalaaHe.
It inert-j Ui un:iajr :,! m. j - ,i. quality
o; iri hoik ii
banj iri "ti '
ImI pipirlpipnt l
tarraaap tbe '
twtat rr I
Ilk :!
n' A rruk
f m .r..t
r fattpii'na;
ia. ' - - - -i
a , . .1
F a
raaah aaatae.
la all diarawa af 8wie. aca aa Cmfki. llecra la
f
v
f "
;
..IBBBJ
a aV ij I - at
THE tOKFEJJEBATB SCOIT-
Prom thfl ronton .M:iiI.J
The vrorld liiis known no purer lotlf,
Nor h;H enrtb iiovered nobler dny,
Nor do old OrMti'H hillmvg roll
O'er braver form thin atortny d y
Than iluniun HArrey,
The bold, linn mat, now ftarlMI i 'da
Uuotttng the dittigvr others feared,
Aud'Mnli KtsrfittM u he utrbtla
'it Id BtrOggUag milks when; dbargtl reaif;
The HpaitiiQ ll.uvty.
Hut, then , wIimi dflfktb and d inner pa.HHed
II" Wfpt and WW Ins l ived one die,
Hh d, unities borfeinen hiw him Itwl
Mum n DLMf tbe oak they laid him by ;
The JOiian Uaivey.
And then they marked h'i Uon eye
Qleanj on tin- b e with lavvga ligbt
And ihout ' Tlniue happy he who die
A martyr to his land l.ibi ptghtT
The South. oq liitrvey !
Vnin ; vain thy dee da to save thy land
rn-i-eptor if the ureal and good
II. it flowera an nuowd by gentle hand
Abov thy form ; and all that b.Jt
WIio loved tbee, tench the manly mood
Of niristian Harvey.
tlespi !C trolly Infcrfbed to mv comrades of i
Scout, who claim, eitpecliilly, the tender nilVIIu
ji kfoplug freah the meraofy oi tbei
leader.
iJaju:s L. UooDbOB.
Metuphfa, .i.i ii . r
-O-
THE CKLT AT YUOARA FALLS.
By THM i. am; r. p'arcv m'-ikk.
i.
Dealde Ntagare'a nvful wave
lie Bt 'od a rauantned .-dth alufl !
.Sell'-iansoincd by a wotul tlif tit ,
That robb'dhla Heaven of half its light
And limit; hltn in a nation Iree
A fettered slave or IKenioryi
ii.
Tbe Exile l ' yes strove not to rest
upon the Ctttaract'a ourllng oreat,
Nor uauaed it on the brilliant bow
Which huntf gulatit the bfuff hclotv ;
The bunks ol adamant to blot
Were uoaubatantiul nil and dim.
But frotp his gzo a child hail guessed
There raged a c. .Intact in hin bresati
ill.
A II ig agalnat tbe northern sky
Alone engaged his eagle eye,
Upon Canud an soil it stood
Ita hue was thai of human blood.
Its red was crossed with pallid s,jars,
Pale, ateely, atllTan prlai n bars.
" Oh, curutl flut;'" the Kxile an Id,
The air grow heavy "ii my head,
My blood Jems wilder tlnill thi-, water
tin aealtig thee, thou eign ?f alaugbtur.
i)U '. may I never aee my di;atb
Till I behnM the day of wrath
When on thy Hqnadrona iball bt poured
Tbe vengeance tleafeu j long his .tared.'
IV.
Then turning to Ida friend 4, who had
Deemed him, from audlen freusy, mad
' My friends, '' hs said. ' you little know
The Hi e yen red II iff kindles so ;
None bUtttU trlah heart can te!l
The thnogbt that canaetli mine to swell ;
When I behold the fatal siffn
That blighted the green land, onee mine :
That atHpped berol each gallant chief;
That icourged her for her bold belief ;
That would have blotted out iier n itre
Could Eugland buy the Trunip of Fani",
0Qt, help us Heaven, aba never can
While Uvea one conetnnt IrlabBtau,
I Be paoaedt N u human vnlee replied
But affth a mighty oalfa the tide
Seemed awearlug, as it leaped and ran,
" No I no ! by Heaven ! they never cm
While lives one const nit Iiisliiuuu! '
40
Alone In the dreary, pitilaaa afreet.
With my torn old drtae, my bare, co'd feet.
All day 1 gave wandered to and fro,
Bungrv and ablvaring, aud nowhere to (jo.
The aigbVa oomtng on In earkneae and dread.
And tltecbill !eet baattttg tpou my oare bead ;
Ob 1 why loan the wind blow upon me so wild t
Is it because I am nobody's child I
.Tust over thp way there's a fl d of lipht ,
1 And warmth and beauty, and all thing- bright
I lii'HUtifiil children, iu fobM so fair
J Are caroling aeenjl in rafUafU there.
I wonder if tfcty in their Ubnifal glee,
! Would pity a pee? little mg0A 'ike me,
Waudeilug alone in tbe me)CHeaa htreet,
I Naked and fhiveriug, wttb notliing to eat.
I Oh ! what I h 1 11 I do when the night come down
la it terrible Maekuaw, all over the town .'
Shall I ley me dowu 'death the mig-y shy.
On thf cold a ud pavement, alone, to die ?
Wnan the u-autitai chllenaaj laaar prayer luve
aaid.
And aaaaaaHM have tin ked them snugly in bed ;
No dear iu t ht r ever upon so. .-miied ;
Why is it, I wonder '! I'm noh dy s child !
No father, no njnitner. M enSaVi not one
lu ell the woi id nveaa me, t eu the little gmnjitun
When t wander tan near them - tia woudrou U
m
How even thiog ink- tiom a beggar tike me
Perlups Yll die.im ; but Humetimea. when 1 Ha
QaeSmj ft p in dark abai aky.
Watching I T hoort aWUM In. l-r'irht ctar,
I ancy thf beautiful c-ilta aie ajar.
And a hoft nf wb te pubeal, Dimelt-n thing
iVme tlaitnng o'er m-' tu gi deJ wiuga ;
A band that i strangely s-ft an4 fair
Carpeava irtiiily my tanlt 1 hair.
And a voice, like th carol of mb1rd
I he awee tet Vefepl thnt Ma ever heard
tat la ine many a dear prt name.
Till my heart and apirit are all afl im.
GKAMMA i KM.. A nolioo! master
i after :iviiij: one ol his pupils onml
drubhiiitr fisr spi ;tkiiiK hail grammar.
! jieut hint to the ofhrr end Put the
' room to inform another bor that lie
iifcn ll to spoak to Inm, Slid at the
auie lime 'iroiuiwd to re'ioat tin
' ilniH it lir Kimke to dim aaarmaaii
rally. Tlie vontiKstpr Ix-inf; mn isti,-,l
I with dat df pit. determined to In-
'Suet, and tdus mldresned his fellon
! pupil: "A common snlmtantn e of
Vie mnsrnline tcndi-r, siniralur nniu
.a. n,,,.tinntiM . .a., nnil it. .. m i-it.
- ' , t. , .ii. n.N.l.n.1 ., ..n . , ,,..
il, ...1.4 r,,, j. .1 .,.. H.n.ll ,11.
tMimeiii'i' at oie enii ol tlie room.
vTialir to articulate a few mnteuce
tn von in nrpucnt tpniee."
Hliscdliuicous.
; TH VOLU.aTSER C0UMSEL.
.Tnlin Tnylor was IjqBOMid, vUn r
j youth nf twenty one, to prjicticc :ii
theanr. He whh poor, but wfll ed
I itouted, find )ohko8p(1 of extnvnrdi-
jint'y gonial. He married n beauty
I who nf'terwarda deaerted biia lor mi-
otber.
(ri. the nth
court hoite in (
erowdud to ovi
in;; cuw was
Hopkins, a w
nflered a gross
HOII, the yoUllg
his overseer.
ened to ehnstisi
when Bopkins
I Be and shut
The murderer
Ajiri
t v i 1 1 (
plant!
o Mm
h.i.l
eil In i
ohrren
nnil II
tide ol
nsv.er l!
e prod u,
iplins, ii
popnluv
reports
; fer, nn sue bail sued him lor
! Hot It suits wore, pending foi
'and slander.
The iufereftt became '!' i
j it wr known tbat Ashley ai
' of ArkniiMaB, and 8. s. pi 1 1
Xow Orloaiis, by enormous i
I been retained to defend (Io
i Hopkins was acquit. ei
The Tex h lawyers were ore
ed by their opponents. It
, Oht of a dwai f against iriai
The slander suit was for I
aud the tbroug of spectators
numbers as in excitement,
opinion was petting in for 1 1
Otli.
his money inut procu
who served iiis powerf
: When the slauder cuki
Mary Ellison was lei
attorney ail had ith
' I lave von no couiin
d
ge Mill., lookii
n till'.
No. sir ; 1'ii'V 1:
iiml II Ul Inn
," rt'iilicil the
st in"' into teiirs
kin
Plfl
mc,
our
bui
III
inni
i chivulroiia
volunteer I
ing iiround
i I will, j
: iVmn tli". th
, behind the
At the st
stu rt I'll It
ICKI'St
liirt
! II
liar.
mud ot
was bo
t;
run riy
NACvt
iinfpHl
,'iuiiit,
IV,-IV
and mournful.
'Jlic Brat senantioii v
1 into laiiglitei' when ii
spectral figure elbowe
tUroujtli tin' urowd, ami
self within the bar.
looked so shabby that tli
' tateil in let the uuau in
bis DiAiiftgcmeiit.
' " Has your name been
I Iiim-
rlntlips
rt lii-sj
under
roil oil
lauded
ptiti
tU'i
the rolls of tin
the Judge.
state
; " Ir i.-. nun
stranger, his
, iag up with
, -Here is. 'i
, est tribui al
aterial,"
iimwereil
llcss lips i
tin-
ml-
tuiu, bloo
n v liconse
ia Arucr
Judite u
1 In
ircli
bandtd
ment
The trial "ear np,
He suffered the witin
their own story, ami
i t he ateiie to Iwwl i
apake iiit. followeil h
Prentiss. The latter
house down in cheers, i
svps ti) tell
lm nlhiweil
tr. Asiiiiv
" Piktf ami
iroujtlit Hie
i wliich tlie
jury joined.
f It was DOW lb" str.tng'i'. turn
He rose before the bar, and not be
bkid it, and so near the wondering
jn rv thai be imuht touch the lore
! man with his loop bony flngcra, He
' proceeded to toar to pitea the aran
arant of Ashley, winch melted away
I m ni touch like frost before a sun.
beam. Kverj oua kaike.1 surprise,!,
! Anon be came to the d izxliug a it ol
' the poet lawyer Pike. Then taeenrl
,01 bis lip grew shaipi r. hi smoolh
taee lieaii 10 kindle ili ami his c e.
to op"ti. dim and dreary no longer,
but vivid ai liglUliiig, red as Ira
globes, and glaring as twin lueteon
The Whole AOnl was iu ihe fie; Ine
i lull dealt . streamed in, I ;' his (ace.
Then w ii hunt bestouing ail allusion
, to Prentiss, he turned sl.m t around
mi t he pei ja red witness,- ol llopkilta,
, tore their tt stinnn i IHI.i threads,
I and hurled iu Uwir fact sih-Ii it mi
hie invectives that all ucnililetl like
aspens, anil two ot I'lem tied fioai
the ci urt house. The ri i i inent ol
the crowd w as hewing 1 1 eiMendaas,
Th, ii uniti'd lite and SOUl seeined to
hang upon the homing tonne id the
r.tranutT. and be I nap, red (In tn a .ih
iho power ol bis pasaiotAa, i ;,. .,,
to have stolen u. Utile's long hidden
secret of attraction. Bill his greatest
ti iump'ii a as t aaaw.
His eyes Isgan to gl.it ee at the
aasaMIU Hopkins, us Ua lean, taper
lingers assumed ihe same ditactioM.
lie Inni tin il the wretch V.Uaia a nail
ol strong e iileiiee ami impii inadie
argument, ealtlna on all hope ol
escape. He dug beneath Ine inur
ilcrei 's t'ei t dill de oi elite :aina. an 1
held up the slander to the seoi n and
eontcmpt of the BMpulaaeC llaviiic
thus girt dim adont wird .1 rlrehi ol
fire. Be stripped hiaiselftu Uta aatrk
ot massiiciv.
01, then it was I PBalna Ivo'd
c!'i :oii
l.ii-iiiiw nnil i! i i.nl . ill to lh-holil tlie
orator. Lis action U-eaun- a mi
etnous as the motion ol an oak in a
diirrieaue. His voice laaratiie a
triimra't lillcd with M whirl Baals,
deafening tlie BBN wiUl n nlns al
wwer. and yet iuu-i niiugia-d ail tin
while wit!: B swii't u: leisons ol the
soft,-st cadence. His forehead glowed
j like a heated furnace. Ids eoiiutcii
ance was naggaui. ime tn.it ot 1
maw ic, and u rt and anon he rlui
mg, bony aim on digh
ing after thundei liolts.
The iifiiln
iinioui'tfd ni
mont to mad He.
All ut once the upmiker doaepiidi
froni the perilous beifrlit. 1 1 i voi
wailed out for the murdered dm
and litiuff the beautiful Mar
more beautiful every moment us h
tear." flowed faafer aud faster, t
men wept and Rdbbetl like ebildre
He closed bv a utrange exhort
tion to the iurv. aud thru
'h them
to the bystander
panel, utter they
: he
bonl!
1
fur die plaiutitf, not t'
e to the defendant, bo
die
tit
til
of en
nigi
en 01
'ill
tl Ji
ig ua a catan
m in Wsdloine.
Rboatnstitin and Oihr Diseases
by the Sting i ot Inssota
Dr.De
truart
iduee
an
inn
1'
ants inn
n
a certain
some ervpr
animal poison produ -e
igamia on diff rent parts
ui their surface and a second U;oo
illation with aunt her animal poison
cleat etl the plants of these parasitic
growths, and of Ihe insects or inn
ma enhe which they had attracted.
It das long been a tradition i.i mod
ieiue that proay can be cured by
tin- poison of certain serpents; and
it is well known t hat p lisonous drugs
are freely adaiinistire I as powerful
alteratives in certain diseases. Dr
: Humboldr,
naturalist, i
i found that t
' w as a reinet
t inoculated i
nf the nihil
; mora than
i nephew of the great
n his practice at Ha .-ana,
he poison of the scorpion
ly Inr yellow (itVer. 1 li
ner t ii thousand men
ary and n ival garrison ;
six hundred afterwards
i were attacked
with the fever, of
than sixteen died.
whom not more
A ilistiiigaiehed Preuchman. M.
de Guspurfn, related the following
iniiideiit to Dr. Desmarfis He bad
long bean arteefed w ith rheninati.sni,
which WAS attended With great Mil
Icriug One day while picking a
handful of weeds j r , djs gMeaJeHI be
was stung by a wasp oil hia wrist.
Th e arm .swelled, bat the rtteamatic
pain ilisaipearetl. li e neat lay lie
itausetltbe new remedy to baapplied
to the seat of pain in bis leg. am! be
was again freed trom siiflering, and
could walk with ease. At every
subsequent reappearance of the tn.ii
ady for the ast I dice years he has
hetra cured try aiaiilar aea as. Other
raava me also recorded where a dope
less ea--' ofe'iolera ina mail, ami an
epilepti Rarm ilisi asa in a child were
eniefl liy the stilly of a scoipion j
and it is said that certain diseases
of the eye can be cured dv the stint;
of a w asp or Iree. Dead insects anil
live leechl'S have liHlg deen lls-e,l hi
pdarinaey : and We aie told that Ma
rhtapa, an import ant connnainli'r an
tier Vaafaiiiaw, uaed to carry a haul
with dim. enveloped in a White cloth,
B curtain inaeet to enre dim ot t It.
aye dawBse to wdied Be was tebjaata.
A Gsjd Idsc.
We find in ihe Memphis Appeal
the IWUawing paragraph:
I ten. K K, Lee, believing in the
MHing men of the country In-coming
aa pr.ictied sspoanlble, in additkra
to ide sediHiN o! ciil aird mining
ei rlaepflag aasl paacOal eaewistry,
das now in ttpefatttM at V.ieiugtoii
, 'ollege a pra- t e.il ilep 11 1 ment tor
1 the lienetit of he ouig BSTB who
w :sli to d--e,i.ne BeeMSje? BraPkBtea as
i laiw nil Is. maelitnists. rttv, in which
; al
are Imbibi4ii, in tin-
prineip i s ot Biatasematiiw mnirea.
and ti.e BBS ol the tci.s. Tins lie
pBrtaasal will lie taf frraai sanius i.
ti.. .oiin'n in Na ninhsg laiaaaghly
inaelical men tor the l, i elnptnei t
if ii, e aaMBaajptBriag iati i rata af tin-
Sontii. Wa Bttaftp a suggestion that
ine wi-;il;lit in 'I a!Hu-nt iitizeiis ot
in, si-e nci i" low this id-p.ii tniHv
bv a asaaatoaa aahawlaiiaa that tm
I l ice It Is . "lid the possidllily of a
f.iilur,.
QTAI a aual e'n
iriiiH M-b.Hi'i. I he illicit a.
lilion i r td'
it van put to
a eliMa ul KlUi en: " W h. m.ikei
tdo Uk ot our Oovfrtiinc it
t onresa. a, the rc.nlx r-ply
' now is (.ongre iiivoleil " wa
the next question, lint the little
uLto win. a, it was put tailed to
Another little girl in the
Lnp ner hand, indicating
. fatitetied tliein ton
1 1 Ion ot tin uuilteii
COME TO MISSISSIPPI.
'nine to Mississippi, s;ivs the Ali
i i'ii Kjui miner, men of the North,
ICtlttt, aild it 1 0 1 re nil, the Ves ;
come lo us. ye who have shaken the
dust of the old world from your shoes,
and seel, homes in . land where sun
and soil are generous, and where
wealth, and not tin re oread, is the
reward of energy, honesty and toil.
lu us -u i
b a warm hearted,
aud thete'M room
for all of von
ionnades mid' in
eat work of the
In. In' hearteil peop
i sntirers
and on i
lize with
imliifioflf
ii symps i
I ok, in n
inorablei
nil that ir
and pure,
nlile gnise,
welcome
pen arms.
i ii
111
Jilt
' 1 1
' en vv ot el
mni
ru.it
tli.it toihe
to 1 1 uii
upon on
t kindneMi
I!
m merit In
help ns t
ir
an
are p
, ol her own
- cherisltdl
Lucifer i
iplieity. she
faults, ami
i deserving,
V days were
he State ol
r a village
'Ii
:i Mis
lIKIIiy
isstppl, that does
I Ita most honored
i of Northern birth
i then-, everywhere, bill
aissippiaus in love of
fealty to her ; they are
vultures ol uliance, who
suurllng atnbl
seek the mil
may erect the
n's chan el bmhI,
temple that tbe
miserable hufa ol
r than aid in work
weal, and restor
a structure, to its
i ome to ns, strong uearteil stran
gers bring ns energy, ami come il
yen will, steeped to the chin iu gen
erodh ambition. First ,nt your
sdoniders to the wheel of agricnltnral,
commercial, priifesaiuual, Baancial
and noiitieal freedom : lu-l to roll
away the heavy stones that coolluo
oar energies; and then, having earn
id our fellowship and friendship,
step like men of w orth and of cour
age into the balance be weighed by
roar newly won and worthy brcthten,
ami it f " be not wanting," there is
no station within nnr gift, that von
may not claim.
Is he n Mississip
y question our pen
history of :de State
i testimony 'ti' the
c nn inon wealfiV s
a re I ess, ns to v our
plan f is tin- mi
pic Ink, and t Ii
is replete Wil
effect, that tl
oblh ions and
birthplace, nr want now, is co
lab 'i ei - not i liters or law makers
ertnte lo ns resolved to de of the first,
intent to trust tlie future to tin
iest. Ntf ataata Kaa.
Tlie maxim that every man is the
architect af bis own tortune,'' has
I stiikiiigly viiitied ami illustra
ted .a i he distiii y oi American states
men. AVc tail ;i.o Mlttwiag collec
tion of facts respecting some of out
great raaa, thai bwj Brora interest
ing :
V'erj few
paid nn
if t he I j I hers of our re
the inlteritora ol dist itte
j lion, two or thn-e irginiaiis, .Inliu
Jay, oi Haa Kark.aaa' half a d-ien
nieaiiei m.-ii imm ot.n-r provinees
Wen- eVeeptlons. Itnt i Vankliu
a printer's bag ; San man, a ahaBB
inakcr; Knox was a liooU-lniidei ;
(iiein. a lilaeksiaiili ; Joka Adams
ami Marshall, t he so. is ot ocr CsPeB
eis ; and ll.-unil'on, tin- most sulitle.
lieii and e)e,-nicii,. mi at the same
lime ihe niot con., .-. ! .m, orderly
genius ol ad, exe,,,nig the unap
pi. 1 1, .aide t'hiel, a of s lltllndle
pan lilae as the le.t, unit hiilieil,
at m laflBaBaBBaBBj M clelk. a shop
iBrBaWa. And if ive came do ii to a
i a, i Brriast, DaaM v,-iist, r was th.-
sou ot irrBBtry lm ana
i-cin d I loin the .m mi
duo i-r oiilv by the sd . ..d obsiTva
tioB of (In isiojili.-r i,. i.. iiUoui In-
Clldil ll..l i a, ii.ee I,, i,.,.,-t ,
j iifheuliv aiis ng in,; i ilte Male ol a
pan ief si.s is: ,n,. .loim C. CmIIioiih
as the sou nt it tanner and curr et :
tin f..llnrol llenrv t'U lwlollge.1
io tn.- pooi.-r i lass of l. iptist minis
iT: MartiB an l.un n. iluin, lire
1,1,11 " 'i,l'' 't the- d.i, .itneir.i
1 . vo "gin ins eveui ig
ni.lies; 1 in, u,as (oi wm waa a
w ,g i : ,;.is Vi'iigdi, by beriUge
a Bwsbinir.1: and i ui otheraamoag
esmen who rewire tbe ap
i i and revereoce of wsalrtBi,
, e.i ineirsartier jenrtatM,
oilier countries, woald baa
ptiseahln itstsaua truaa tba eaa
eeooB whirh
Tha Vulture of Passage.
And in fia sober earnest, to write
in "a frank and manly way," the,
net purpaitt of our reconstruction
uieasurea at the SoaUU us seen in
Congress, is not plaaaaal . No aatooat
id i i-i t ideates of election aud formal
ities of an oath can make these gen
tlemen of the hand baggage real JI.
U.'s. When one makes bis appear
ance on the Soor.we cannot look each
otder in the countenance witdonr
indible smiles that are ludecorua. If
tbe getitlenven would only indulge
in a little disguise to help on the de
lusion, .something might be gained ;
bill not only is tbe voice, the roicn
if t he enemy, but the look, the man-
hit. dress, and above all, tin; vote, is
tin, vote of the alien.
The antagonism between New En
gland civilisation and that of tdo
South, previous to tbe war, was not
more deadly tb&D is tbe antagonism
ol interest now between those local
ities, and yet these gentlemen of tbo
impel' collar and extra dickey lollow
Xew England and vote all the titno
against tin- interests of their owu con
stituents. 1 had a long talk with one of theso
representatives ad interim, last night;
and tried to convince him thai if,
would he well, just for the appear
ance of tbe thing, to cast a vote uow
niitl then for the region he claimed
to represent. But no. I found my
friend Inni an intense contempt lor
one half bis people and a deadly ba
rred for the other hatC It was a
Connecticut Congressman elected in
Ihe Smith.
But there isa point, you know, be
yond which I find it difficult to keep
my countenance, and the Xew Bug
land carpet dagger carries me there.
I wrinkle and haw-haw I can't
help n whea tbe gentleman of the
paper dickey from Nbw England
gravely takes his seat as ltepreseuta
tiee from the South.
Belter cut the South into provinces
and give them military governors to
keep the peace until tlie negro is ed
ucii ed, l lie w bite master subdued,
a lid tune, the consoler, heals tbo
wounds ol war, than thus to make a
caricature of a repiescutativo gov
eminent, and stultify ourselves.
(tor. ( in. Com., Radical,
at3aTTho following article from tbo
PI tphia Pi-exit exhibits tbe wratl
that is felt by Eorney uud disci
hortsal the difficulty tdev have aa
rieiice in placing Cuffi e and hit
'i lice school-marms upon thesa-kBi
social footing with tbe Southern
whites. Their anger will doubtlaaj
grow to white beat before such
Tiling is aeconipiisueu out listen i
Forney :
At Chnrlestown, West VirgiahU
i ue scene in .101111 rsrowu s execution,!
n sciiool torcoioreil chililren has deet
started, after iufinite troulde. bv tlie
Cominissionerel Fraedmeu'a Affaira
Hie laws of tlie State provide for
separate education ot colored peon!
hut sued is tlie aniu.us ot this modal'.,
town that tbo directors bare beeaf'
overawed. After an offer to inrtr,
the tricks, and fourteen visits to
place, siniicient courage was infiisi
in the school oncers to enable t fid
. - .1. . i .
io,ici e.i me am iino negtn to wot
mil now- a towuahtp which sent
ii,,, in .. inters uireuiiy or 11
rectly into tlie rebel service canj
oy the sight or a neat brick scl
house lor its despised children.
lily, "John Brown's soul is tin,
ing on. ' Another fact is madf
lie which is in strict kecpinl
the spirit of tliis enlighteneil
lioiiiooii. loiuig ladies of ct
from tbe State of Maiuc. dnvel
St nt to this scdno! to teach: lmtl
Vve never been able to obtain ba
i"t white laniily. Keen tlie M
keeVr refused to board them,
iiioiigaia L ilion m i l and memlier of
file scliBol hoai'vi.rbp-Xeai it would ii
jure his IVisiness. IToV Jan,. ' SB
how long will the night of barbarism
-it upon those ho are now more mis
cradle than their former slaves ?
The Damands of the negro.
The Washington correspondence
of the Boston Daily A I vert iter, of tie
Istli. says :
Half a dozen of the leading dele
gates of the colored folks' conven
tion iu session hero last week had an
interview, on Saturday, with tbo
House Military and Judiciary Com
mitters. Their chairman spoke at
some length before tbe Judicial v
I'limnnttee
as tn the condition .r
their people, and urged the iinoor-
tai.ee ot taking -per-dy action in the
natter ol making suffrage universal
Ihey were todl that Congress waa
awake to tlie importance of tba nt
ter. that a proper ameniliuent to that
i 'oust ii ut ion was now faerbre eaa
braneli. and that earlv actio SSfsjM
no dad if possible. The asfcast nf
Die Military Committee the sll eol-
i"d soldiers, w list her Baara ftwe er
slaves, shall las pat aa the same
footing aa wlnte.s with respect to
dounties. and were told that tbe
uak
mi
r
I
a
i
a
i
md w.i ma i ter would be taken into eon aid -ui
i I a eration bv the committee Th ilul.
eg i cs nay they are uiucb pleased
wuh the r reception.
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