mns tf ibertising.
Atm ree ma wbbxlt citizk
Un oJ'.wa km yaar $IGU
Sff cl oau year 90
Tftird oi a cbluaa out yawr ... CO
Muwt (f of a vol u n n ooi year 40
M pun an year IS
T w tuarea on tw 95
Trauettat AtlveriUtatf Jbi per 'quant Brat nm
iiua and 75 cni for each auuarqnent insertion
Liberal tsdvartlasri will U dealt Mia liherall) .
Advert-aluf at aae antfB), and II tJJitional
lor urwi uf publtc.t'ioii, aud uu yrl ot publiea
llau to Us furnished until tot Ira h paid.
Aaneunuin ('andidat' I t Male- and Pwnfehrl
iMfcaa iaidy aair vbaraja $2n . T Uyafr,
tlJ lav aMoauuvl . Candidate., Im Qaajajly ..ill
uea, daily aud ' l paper aahvBge Iff.
wTTIaaat art t i- term anl c unuitiun- aureed
ddod by tbw rViaa Amociatton l"t the bfja) adver
tmioir tad anooanclae; eantvlAale, and In no in
tait- e can they Imi de parte t, froea.
AV Double column advertisement an BjaasanN
thirty fire oer cant, additional an the ahwta ittti
. K. SI NGLETON a
A TToltXE Y AT LA W
Oh KICK Ka.t ,id- ,.nhlie -qoure (ire Am. South
Ol J. II. SblTTKll'. Slot..
WM. BEN CUNNINGHAM,
Umey it Liw and Reil Eitatc Agent,
c ...... Mm f... i
PARTIKH Irlnt In the Nortb and ! desirini; ;
h..i. in ili. " Mnnnv Sonlh " ran be furnished '
wit. nn. ...ertpiion f hrm lh.y my desire, not!
I..d Owner, lu the Smith. wi.lilnK t.i IM iFRmI
fe..(.te ran Ind pwrehaaei. 1T npplvin. lo in,
EOAco.nr Pn.t Offlc, I .niton. Mississippi.
8. IMn-Umi. 70.
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A TTORXJir A T LA W,
ii.i.m. Ml... , t
Omen -South ide ul fublic Siur. otrr C. H.
nUikln. k Uro . tkmtt
I.I. pr.ctirr m nil thr ciiunlitf ri.in(Mi.-ing
TV lb. Killh Judicial Dbtricl.
B bi .nil lu 1..9 ly
LtCKETT Ac DAWSON,
will pra.tlr. In lb. BiiUji of the Firth Jmitrtal
XHatriet nd in all lb. OMJU at Jncknon. Mian.
On.. Snuth "Id or Public Square ov.r the
,tr. or i: I.. Piukiii. k Mro. Feb 17 '60 tf
mum. u. rsABiN,
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i nriii, ! in..
liTTILI. afaa.Ii-1 ! .11 IV Owrt i ( Hie Filth
W JuA cial DWrlct, nd in tin. held at Jin k
i.n Hh. .fflcr over Tuu.tull A B.ildwin .-.
Dec. It, I "lis ly
C. C. BUAOKLBPOBD.
ATTOJtNKY AT LAW,
l l l i:, ..nil. Ilr .1 P.. II H.nre
Meal d..r I. .. 1'. C'wbe.n A 4:o.
taa 1'iiited Stiite. (Jomiiiissnuier.
3 H.M.I.. A. W KKMi.l.L.
a. n . iiaiiiiis.
HARRIS, KENDALL & HARRIS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
I t. cn tut. Bit Tr.i.T nd 1 11 CABAl ,
NKW OHI.BANM, 1. a ,
I'Hli-f U-iii Mm S. up Stiirn.)
iriij frmttt la aH th crt Ummimm
BajkfMBBal at putioii giveit Ba Um ITalaBBrtiBl o
i .. i it t-1r Mi4h t.il the DiiBtrd Mmm
!c. h MHK
HILL & HARVEY,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Offlee n.rr MpiAf & Uullird.' ding sloie
Jalt 4 if.
" FRANKLIN SMITH,
ATTORNEY AT LA W,
Itri. k Uiiildiiu. 11 nth wel fi.rni-r P'.l'lu
j 11 1 .1 11
1 . j. nowr.Ra,
omni;y at t aw.
VV II. I. WMtbaj 111 tu I t-ot ll.nli-011. Ii!k
AllAla. H'llitir- 4nd T.imy -nd m Uir
4'tart al K turn aud AiprnU m! litrlc-m.
CaT MfTi'f Hoil-wa-t f-nipi f the PnMl.
Sqxr aa-af chaaMi .m'a Awrtaau B,atw, mwai"
Kfw Raildn;. ) Bl "
F BEX MAN h MoMICKEN,
ATTOIvNF.YS AT LAW,
Jackson and Canton, Miss ,
AT MX pr.etn in -II the Courta or the.Mh .1 ,d
ial iii.-. 1. 1 Hi.. Huh G aal .i K'Tor. wmt .
iea. end tke Federal rnntr at J,rk-.,n and Ox
i.rd The, may he ad.lrew. d bt the fl ni n.,n,
eltkw at Jack il or Canton. Oell H y'y
JNO. M. CLARK,
Attoi-noj' :t IaSWa
TA7.O0 CITY MISS.
IM. practice in the f'outt.
portioa of the State
; A 1? D.
C. B. CAILOWAY, M D.
..Meal Phy.l.l mm ..gro.
OrtlcTM Caw.ll A Biagbn a Drug Htnie.
Calm. May Jl y
Nr8le o.er W
J . Moby A Co ..
" Dra. HARVEY & DIVINE.
Orrll'A-Hrtl'TII Sior Cm nt s q 1 , i i
DR. N. C. ORRIt K ,
orririOm Hull', fltcnaina k Co '
Al.l. DBifTAl. OPERATION!". DINK T A A T
WAII IMIK f -FOR CASH.
.i I. 1M-a. Ijr-
A. M. GURLEY,
niDEa, runs ami
ttaat in '
Dt biT " "
'; Sai l ,
16 to IH i l
It lo h
n to o "
Wool from 10 lo
tyif. iHUrirne'l hi!! pun lia.rrl Hi. eniir,
1 saock Msi .INjMrNtna ol Hi ' H. Tieline.ir '
PHOTOGRAPH OA LLBBY,
dad ha.lni itH.4 lareiy In tl' tork detiiiimeni
h. flatter, aom-lf vMh l.l. rfara msi iein e.
fbat h. will ba able to plrarso all who will Ii .not
him srlth their patron. g"
fsaVCantOKTsjih. or every .in. mid ityl, ni.d. at
W II. WIl.t.lAMS. Arti.t.
CiaMl. Ie. n. HM If
F I'm it Trees, 'rnpe Vint.
HrB Strawtrrrry riauis
T HAVR al Hloa.ar.ll. near I'lialawa.Mlw., Kruil
J Tun. , Ac. , 1... sa!, aainh as
1'e.ck Trial., nsr.lly, at 1 per lov, or Wa.
Apple rrM .1 aW nr Jin. or BeK. each.
IVar Tia. al tW p.r 100. or -,H eta each
Wilamj'. Albanj Btrawbarry iin per 1 ,1100, or !
Hal.'. Batrly Peaeli and Chinese f:iing. sr.
liVher. sa la the caae in all Smitlieni Nnraeriea.
want a pair of ClMmLtr Wlril. H and can
-niy prraHM tksl ley saUing a an agrtit. Order,
M w. run. ICS.
MY JOHN F. BOSWOHTH.
JUto (Orleans Carte.
TUB IH m kf'Ti,
: it "i hiiwmii, lwjt x
via HI si KB BOM.
TOM & SAM HENDERSON,
C OTTO X FACTOR S,
r o k w toil (i a D
COMMISSION M EKC II A NTS,
Xo. 3.S Penlidu St., Factory Roir,
Jan. 1. 1SC9.
J R. POWELL,
commission Mi nt ii a: t.
No 190 Common st.
NKW ORI.KAN8. I.n.
M UUnl cash aJv.Dce. mad. on Cotto i
onsigiifd to ihiB hou.e.
Fob. 18. lhu ly.
J I). BlilTTOM,
N C rlenni., I.n.
R. U MOORE, I L. W. THOMPSON,
New Orlvan.. MadLon Co.. Miss.
H It I T TON & MOORE,
A N I)
i . I l it I COMSISS'N MERCHANTS.
71. Xo. 71 Carondelet, Street, 71.
NEW ORLEANS La
Mr Sui,.liPH. H it'ini:, &c, furnished, nud call
il:im e nmde on Consisrnioentn.a;
Mr. tV. Dmtj will pay the rfveuuetax on cotton
nejwUjrti.n ii, Btitton .'. kloure.
m. J. ZUIVTS,
(I.nle Khutor & 'urns.
No. M Pirilido Street, corner Carondelet,
.1 uro, an if. New Orleans.
PflBoot and Shoe
KANl FACIUBER AHD DEALER IS
RUKS, TRAVELLING BA6S AND VALISES,
Xu. It3 ('tin a I Street, Xew Orleans.
11 n 11 in 1 i i.n S oe by Package or Doinu.
Feb. , iJO 1
The New Orleans
OfRco No- 1 Bank Place, cor.
Gravier St , Now Orleans,
'KKI1S unusual fncililips to all Kliippcrs ; pa
IBB r tot tl.or and tixnsfen v y number of
Vttclafjes of Merehandixr
Li MM nHilie-". Iinm
ritjf n t!-t! .I.tckttuu It
mm kaViMM pirt of Hm
Il.ileput, oi Vitirvcia at
H A T E Hi :
X I I'X' P '1 n SO lt. iii wpiht ?. ct-nt-..
W M Na asa bbbbW M9 ll M crnts.
Raadi BaMtaBaaaw KM) J- 1 'm-.
Ciiiehiises made, larpe or small, nt
.wrrxt net! cash prices,
I aiilioul re'-ate or return eommi.sion from seller.
u d ul tran-teneil in IM stiipnient. suhji tl to
! ONE I'll V YAtiE ONLY, nt abote ratca.
awOiders for puichiisea must M aeco.ap.nWd
. hy reinittanee. if there Is a aurp! " the amount
I w.ll 1ms returned by mail or Kxptesa ua inatrurted.
' Oririaal iiivoiee" furnished in alt raaes. audpei
i feet aVtlnfaeliiKl guaraUieeU.
I'm tvnding Attended to Promptly.
Violelt. Bin. k 4 C
Ci'mmissiou Men hanta.
Mfl ea ,V Pratt, Bmkera.
tVal ace k Co. . Dry (loods.
Taylor, M.:Klro.v A ('o.. Clothing
Koliier A Co. , ll.tidware.
l,efi A Narra. Crockery,
f, Beldvii. Ha'a and Caps.
J. W. UILBKET,
P. O. addre-s
Man h fan.
n. m. s ii i is k,
mor'tlBTOR OF I'ATBNT A IKA LKR IS
PAT PKTROI.K.N K IIIIIMM. FLVW
Lamps, Lamp Fixtures, & Glassware,
I I'm lnt Bt b. i. 4 nBBBf aV At i hit-.,
NEW ORLEANS LA.
Al l, oltPKRH riOMlTI.Y 4TTCXDKO TO.
I KOI IM It I It "N I "N I I I ID
Th'n in ihr great dniderafum tf th ag".
tl WtB nt tnike, will not smell In BBWBBBnL It can
1 aB bu -.,'..! -1 It will not rnaae ywH hands or
tl B No greasy r tarty Hubstaoca collect on tin
" '1' 1f ff the Inrap It bn'ms with rreatr brilliancy,
; HlaniUnsai imd -..tine-- tima any Coal OH known. It
will barn in any lamp with Marry' Hinge Burner, r
with tbe Dlamood or LishthouM Burner. H 10 ly
T. J A HISS Men .
Betwe.1'. Cravier and Nat.cliez at,.,
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
tl 8 MORSE
J eweler .
- rtKALF.K IN -
Watches, Jewelry, Ate
ATir All repairing done in the neatest, rtylf .
I' u t'cular attention triven to tli uifjaliliiji and
a.ltua.ina; ot line wa'chee. Jan. VS. :9 II
Ii. V. BBATEB.
TOUM) respe, tltil y; -form ble-.lrl fl i. rid.
I 'till f I'HTl'I R ji
1"' fBBBl ul v
nan ft t f-
una ru't'iiiii r'1 , una rbw imbiie
iv. that lie ba iem"veu hum Miari
Ileal in ronton, whert be will eoMtmuH tin
Merchant Tailor. uu IliiMioc,
tu all iU various brain bec HavinK 1111 Wi lew i
f nearly thirty yeain, lie feela confident of bin abtl
itv to ((Ire Mtlfactron Id all who may favor him
wUh than patmnaKe a liberal aliare of which ho
nlieita from the public.
ITiirina; reabitrd and rarrtM on bnMinena iu ftb:irrD
f r many year, rajpeffiilly refers to the elttzenn
'-r that pbiee Hnd vicinity.
I Wunr "i bTswI BhtB 11)11 ic Sfj'i.ire cne d'ni
; Karth'T J ItiebArda
I Ana;, ft, IBty,
' s.rkW famales nii Md ue Knjrliab PeaaaNi Muter
t K. . R. ;iiip pr.il tp-.i oteri and tBMawehB
Kor aWratlwi the w .mh bm f n
E ft I BfaanB a, i' Btertt) .mil itnBaBli
Be hut, and tear not;
W, J, MOSBT &
WHOLESALE AND RKTAIL
DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES,
DKA I.ICRS IN
Window Glass, Sash, Doors, Futty
D X B 8 Tl F V S,
BOOKS, WALL PAPER, BTtTMHEBr,
Hardware, Cutlery, &c
May 15, li9 IJ1
JUST RECEIVED and for sale by
w. j. aom & co.,
400 His I.andreth's Turnip Seed, war
ranltd erowlh of 186".
5000 ltis pure White Lead.
150 pals Linseed Oil.
100 gals Spirits Turpentine.
5000 halits of Window S.lsi.
4 d.-aen Pannel Door
.'100 boxes of Window Glae..
All of .Inch will be Bold ut New URLltANs
I'Bicas. May l.r, 'GO.
Mk. A. Simm in. Utmtttri 1 haw wm4 fmm in
BBM SH-citic on my pliintiiliiin for (run. n-ha1. unit Ami
it H Am best ri nie.ly lor that and nil "iln-r vrut-ri-iil
dis. a.. ihnt 1 have ever usi d. One gn nt ailvaiitiici'
in ui.ii i . it. the patient MB liiln.r. aud ut A. MB. litne
eut hi ordiury iliet.und no iiieunvenienee feaao it.
I.. T. T ITLOB.
W. j. Mosity co . Imn
T 11 E P l B I I C.
THE GREATEST DISCOVERY KNOWN TO THE
WORLD IN MEDICINE, i
BfBBSl I IFE-RL00I) LLIXIK!
aH t baat mml it- wmy tut i eaanaVy. rer
h tviniz aaaa in mmm in th" Old bTanM fm so nnny
vaawa, tux I aatBKi iiiy Ciiitiu. Tin it e4ratcd
VaVBdr CbeBalat, Dr. Hrerdaaa, mi PrMft,
CMbbV BBBI at la-t BaajacstBal la Bai bjbcmI CaiMBM
BBjBbbjsjv BBBBfE iinnniiii'.''l aa tLir. efaatjaanBt, bbm
BBM e-tl)iishfd wbalgaala BUBseaM far ilie pur-mm-m
of mipplvnii bO aVujtBatB thronpl' t tl-
laajM ond BBtiSfl uf our em mtry. 1 Inn je -:it Plnaaj
Mr.liciue bbm BajcfarBaBal cmiFtn ttai bbbwI aatnaiiaav
BB) wIito t'v y otlici iciui-ily koown in JaTaaVrfal
Midica lian BMMM BifBBlllj lailtrd.
IT IS MO HUMBUG
O I' A C K N H T R I' '3
hut it a prppuratinn whii-li liaa been BBJBBajM nut
:iftr BBBflf l"DLr VBawl Btf Hm deepesi tewarrli aid
ed ly ih 09MMm BjBBMataJ aaitlBOa aflai bbvUI UbbI
bbbjIJ tie BaaaaaJM a Loar in itM prou'tcti'Mi, wr
theyefora fimem it wbolly
rn-N ITS OWN KERTTS,
askin(. Tin: DfTAXrTi or AFFMCTrn to
TRY IT ONCE,
to he fully convince,1, an its effects are in-tn:itnne I
Mi Irom tbe first dusc tukeli i tit.'iinj t once BBta j
blood BM peni tiatitig eveiy poie ! Ihe wh It bnJ 1
driiug out every linen Mi from liw whadc sj-tem. '
and creatiiig instead PURE LIVE-BLOOD
hence ita nntne.
FOR SALF, BY AM, DltFtir.IST.S.
NOTICE TO DRUGGISTS!
Eureka Life Blood Elixir.
A lEW ERA IN MEDICINE ON 1 HIS COIMTOEN T !
My the use of the above
GREAT CHINESE REMEDY.
Drutrgiits throughout the Saath and We.-t can be
supplie PaFaaagh the arrancenients made by Dr. !
B. W. Hep-Ji idam , ol Pekin, China, with J. B. Was
BBl tV Co.. of the Wbole-nle "mg Fmpiriom. ol
M-nipbis, TenneMsee, to whom all oideis mu-t be
ddresed- - ly
Horse ani Cattle Powders.
lony and favorably
known, will thor
brok . n -d o w n and
and alaaaaaaat tb
aaaaach and in tea
tinea. It ii a sure an
Tent'Ttj of h!1 dta
ease Incident la
tMl animal. BBS aa LUNG Ft EK, (iLA.NDhKs,
T Kb LOW WA
TKR, fl K A V BS,
COUtl H S, PIS
LOSS OK APPE
TITE AND VITAL
Bl improve! tbe
a a iu o ci t h atid.
K lossy skin antl
tranff'Ttni I h 0
miserable akrl't'in Into a f.nr b -kiiiR ami
To Bsaawu nf Cswa tint BBkaanmtlan i inmimi-le.
It bmaM Hie itnantit and
nroTCfl tlo' 'i
ni BBB nnlK. 11 it:i
li en BBWVan by B
Lveani twenty per
rent and BbBBM Iha
l n 1 1 r firm aurl
aacB. in i itti niiii!
octtta it elv i Hiaaa
Ib. ir b i il e , and
m ir-'i fnstr.
In all i-lifnaca of Swine, aurli
tbe bunira, biver,
Ac , mm nrticle
actt as a iaaaltBs.
ity pnttln! frsva
one iiall a paM r
to a pnper Ul
.rrrl ..f a,ri. thfl
Abov- 1 Iiosiie -t
will le t r;nlic;it'-1
or BBBtralf nreventBd,
prevntivi anal bbbb Bm Um
Trica 25 Cents per Putic-
) Payrl for SI.
K. vV. FOI T A
HHOIT.SU.E DBlfi AM) MEDICI VK DEPOT.
H 116 Franklin St., BaMraore, Md.
For Hale by hr'nrsiata and BBABBaBBBSaBB 1 1 1 rr m t; b
"ul tliu 1'uitcd iitat. .
DAVID F FOUTZ,
P.CIUMOI Ml K. A I'oiiU fi Co.
Km aal.l.y W. .1 Hodiy .V O . .ind Cmi
Nil R.BZH I'nnlon. Mian.
a, CWafaat, 1 SlWI
It iriven In lima. 1 e.i a
Jet all the cm Us thou uiiri'st at be thy God's, thy
TWE LOST CHILD.
Tbe foIKiwing exquisitely simple verse?,
from t lie pen of an '' unknown. ' will touch
tin; heart of every father and mother:
The chili November d.iv wn' d inc.
Tho Brarktag woild boSM faring ;
The wind rume roaring throagfa the htreet
And BBl the gaH 'ihts fl. rinp ;
And hmmmmmttj nnd aimleshly
The seared alf leavra were flying
W hen. mingled wi:h the Baajffctag ',t:i.J,
1 beaid f-mtill voice tyin
lad BhiiBiiajg im lube coraajf stood
A child of four or over;
No cloak nur hut her mall, BOft aria
And wind blown curia to cover.
Her dimpl. d face wns atatnc d with teara,
Her round blue eyes ran over;
She cherished in her wee, cold hand
A bunch or faded clover.
And one banal round her treasure, white
She slipped in mine the other,
Beared, ball confidential biid,
" Oh ! please, 1 want my mother."
"Tell me your street Bsd Boatber, pet,
" Don "t ciy , I II take you to It.'r
Sobbing, she answered, " I forjet ;
" The orgM made me do it.
' lie cane and played at HUljr'i airf),
" The monkey took the money,
" And an I followed down the street,
" The monkey area an fntmy.
" I "ve walked about a. hundred hours
" From one street to another ;
" Tae BaaaUtey'i oiie, I've ppolfod my flowera;
" Oh ! pleas?, I wan: my moher."
" B.it what's y uu- mother's name, and what
" The Btroctf now think a minute. '
" My mother n name w mamma deat
" The street I cast begin it.''
" But what in strange about the house,
" Or new, not like the othen?''
" I gueaa jroa mean my trundle bed,
" Mine and my little brother's.
" Oh, dear. 1 ought to be at homo
To help bim s.ty his prayora,
He's lock a Ubjr ho forgeia,
"And We are both aveb ptajori
" Aud ther- "B a bar between to keep
" From pitching on each other,
" For Barry rolls when he l a!eep;
" Oh, dear! 1 want my mother."
The sky grew stormy ; people
All ni l IB d, Ii 'mewaiil faiing;
" You 11 haaaj to spend Ibc Right with me,"
I said, nt !tti l; tli despoiling.
I tied a kerchief round her neeic
' What ribbon 'n this, my blussom ' '
'Why! don't you knnw?" ni smiled, and asked,
And diew it from her bosom.
A rard. with number, Btreet, and name ;
My eyes natonlAeal met it ;
For." Maid the little one. " ymm see
" I might some time forget it ;
nd so 1 wear a little thing
" That tells jmjbj all ahe it it;
' For ni' titer my nhe'a very sine
' I would "et lost without it."
Ttin fnlliKving jio m wan written by Hbxrt
Timkop, a South C'tirolina poet, w!io died about a
year agn. Tbe reader, says the Boston Advertiser,
is not required to be a defender of the " fallen
caaee1 in order to appreciate the singularly flue
reeling and noble expression which characterise
the vorhes. They were greatly admired by 1 lie
late Governor Andrew, who often repeated them
to hia friends - tbe Last time but a few days before
his deathand it is from a manuscript in the
handwriting of one of his children tu,u the po. m
is copied here :
ftaag on the aeeastJaj mf derwatmg th gr
iC Cimfrdfr ,tt d,nd, at Mignuli i C
Charleston , S. t'.
Sleep sweetly in your humb'e graves -sleep,
nMrtyra al a taheu ennaa !
Though yet no Btarhan awlnan craves
The pilgrim here to p3uc.
In seeds 4 laure iu the earth
The bloisom of your lame is blown,
And "ine where, w.iiting for its birth
The waifl it in the stone I
Meanwiiile, boh ill Ihe tardy ye.irs
Which keep in trust your storied tombs.
Behold your sisters hring their tsars,
And these BaeanerBal blooms.
Small tribute ! but your nhades w , nmilo
Mm proudly ou those h reaths to day,
Than whan some canuon-Hiouidoied pile
Shall orerlooli tliis bay.
Stoop, angels, hither froBB the skies I
There is no holier spot ef graand
Than whore defeated v iltn lies.
By mourning beauty erowoe 1 !
GEMS OF THOUGHT.
Modesty. The modest deport
ment of those who are really wise'
when contrasted with the assuming
air of the young and ignorant, may
be compared to the different appear
ance of wheat, which, w hile ils ear
i is empty, holds up its head proudly,
but as soon as it is filled with grain,
i bends modestly down, and withdraws
from obsery ation.
WlT is a foinuieudable totality
but then a wise man should always
have the keeping of it. II is A sharp
weapon, as apt for mischief as for
goi d, if il be not well managed. The
proper use o! it is to season conver-
I nation, to represent what is praise -
i worthy to the greatest advantage,
and to expose the vices and lollies
ol nu n, such things as are tn.lv i i
diculous; but il' it lie applied to the
Ik' applied to the
abuse of Uu
eravesl arid mosi serl
it then loses its coin
! with its vehemi
1 and sUengtheus
its ow n power.
Misfortune and misconduct were
bom twins. Oar faults are often the
parent of our woes: am! who mosi
declaims al the nrorld's frown, baa
generally done his best to earn it.
j Frugality is good if liberality be
j joined with it. The first is leaving
off superfluous expenses : the hisi is
bestowing theui for the benefit of
others that need. The firsl without
the last begets co etoilsiiess : 1 he last
without ihe first begets trudigaiity.
in Mm dis
s the., ap
sorrows are likl
, which seem black
lull grow lighter a
SATURDAY, JUNE 11, L869.
HALL BUILDING. SECOND FLOOR.
CVYY' if r lb
11 h ' , It till H ,tbt
A WIFE'S STRATAGEM.
' Thunder and Mars!' crieil Mr.
Festoii, pacing his room excitedly.
' Can'l a man be allowed to Bleep
peacefully in the noraing without
this everlasting racket ? Children
crying doors slamming ! It is too
bad What can be the meaning of
all 'jf uproar '?'
Mr. Peston i-htit the door of bis
bed i. Mil with a bang, and came
savagely down stairs to tlie nursery.
Mrs. Feston sat before the fire,
trying to ipiiet the screams of an
eight months old baby, while a rosv
boy of live years lay ou thd floor,
kicking asd erying in an ungovern
able tit of childish passion.
'Laura, what is the meaning of
all this noise, and are you aware that
it. is fifteen minutes past nineo'elock ?
Do you know that breakfast is wait,
' I know, John, dear," sahl Mrs.
Feston, nervously. Come, Freddy,
you are going to be good now,
mamma is sine, and get up to be
'Xooo!' roared Master Freddy,
performing a tattoo on the carper
with his heels and clawing the air
' What, yon little scamp, do yon
refuse to obey your mother? We'll
soon put, a stop to that, my tine fel
low ! And in another mnmunt Mr.
Feston had picked up the kicking
Fred., carried him to a closet, and
locked hi m in it.
'Now, sir, you can cry it out at
your leisure. Laura, nurse is wait
ing for the baby. We'll go down to
'Lilt, John,' hesitated his wife,
' you won't leave Freddy there V
'Won't J I will ! Its temper, and
nothing else, 'hat is at the bottom of
all these demonstrations, and I in
tend to conqner that temper It
ought to have been checked long
ago, and would have been but for
your indulgence. There is notbing
I have so little tolerance for as bad
temper nothing thai ou;lit to be so
prompt I A and severely dealt with.'
'Bat if he'll say he's sorry, John P
Mr. Feston rapped sharply at the
'Are you sorry for your naughti
ness, you little vagabond P
A fresh outburst of screams and
tattoos was the answer.
1 I an sure In-'s Rorrv .Tolin ' tte:nl- '
! ed Ills mi., her
Mr. frcston shook his head.
1 Entire submission is the only
thing I will listen to,' he said short I v.
I tell you, Laura, I am determined
to uproot this temper.'
Laura, with moisture shadowing
her eye lashes, and a dull ache at
heart, followed her husband to the
Mrs. Feston's maiden aunt, an
elderly lady of severe countenance
and circumspect appearance, w as
seated at table, rigid aud dignified.
with a fan Buttering occasionally be
fore her aquiline nose. She opened
her eyes rather wide as the two en
tered. Miood gracious, Laura, what's the
' Nothing,' answered Mr. Feston.
' Something is the matter though 1
What is it, Laura ? Has John
one of his tantrums ?'
John sat down to his coffee cup
with a slight bang.
' You use very peculiar cypres
Kions, Miss Wesley.'
'What is it, Laura i' said Miss
Wesley, without noticing what he
'It's only Freddy, who feels a lit
tie cross, and '
'A little cross!' interrupted the
indignant husband, '1 tell vou, M
Feston, it is quite time thai, his tem
per was cheeked. Confound that
parrot ! what an intolerable screech
ing he keeps up. Take the infernal
howler into the kitchen, or 1 shall
wring his neck. It's a shame that a
man can't have a little peace once
in a while! What ails these eggs.
Mis. Feston ? 1 thought I had ask
ed you to see that they were boiled
fit for Christians to eat !'
Mr. Feston gave his egg, shell and
all, a savage throw into the grate.
' And the plates are as cold as a
stone, when I've implored again and
again that they be wanned. I'll not
eat another mouthful of breakfast
And he pushed his chair back
violently, and slamming the door
after him, left the room.
Mrs. Feston rose quietly from the
table, and followed her husband up
stai. s, knowing that in his present
: State of mlud lie would bethought
less enough to bang and slam about
I everything that he imagined was in
I his way , or that he could vent his
She found him standing in fronl
1 of his bureau drawer, flinging shirts,
I collars, eravats and stockings reck
lessly upon the Boor.
I ' I'd like to know win re my liainl
kerchiefs ale, .Mrs. l eston I hi
Kercniets aie, .Mrs. reston . ue es
elaimed anerily. 'The
1 mv bureau is onongh
man crazy !'
" It is enough to drive a woman
crazy, I think " said Laura, picking
up the scattered articles. You
were at the bureau last. It is yoai
ow n fault !'
'My fault; of course it is mj
fault! snarled Mr Feston, giving
his wife's poodle a kick that sent it
howling to it s mistress. 'Anything
but awoman's retorting, recriminai
ing tongue. Mrs. FeRton, I won't
end n re il any longer!"
' Neither will I,' said L un a reso
lutely advancing as ber hnsbaml
plunged iuto the closet for his bnsi
ness coat, and shutting and locking
t he door.
j ' 1 think I've endnred il qnlte long
; enough, and here is an end to il "
Mrs. Kenton, open the door !
' I shall n such thing '.'
' 1 Mrs. Feston," roared her has
mil at a fever heat of rage,
1 1 do you mean V
' I niea.i to keep you in this closet
until you make up your uiina to
come out in a more amiable frame of
mind If the system succeeds with
Freddy, it certainly ought to with
: you ; and 1 am sure that your tem
per is much more intolerable than
There was a dead silence of full
sixty seconds iu the. closet ; then
j came a sudden burst of wrath.
' Madam, open the door this in
I staut !'
j Laura commenced humming a little
, air, arranging her husband's scatter
t ed clothes.
I ' Do you hear me ?'
' Yes I hear you.'
' Will you obey me ?'
'Not until you have solemnly
promised me to pat some sort, of con
j trol on that temper of yours.'
' I won't !'
No ? Then in that case I hope
you will find the atmosphere not at
all oppressive, as 1 think it probable
I you will remain i i there some time.'
Another sixty seconds of dead
silence, then a sudden raid of heels
; and hands against the panels.
' Let me out, 1 say ! How dare
you perpetrate this monstrous piece
of audacity ?'
i ' My dear John, how strongly you
remind ine of Kl eddy ! You see
theie is nothing I have so little tol
i prance for as bad temper. It ought
I to have been checked long ago, only
yon know I am too lidiculously in
dulgent.' Mr. Feston winced a little at the
; familiar sound of his own worlds.
Tap, tap, tap, came softly at the
i closet door.'
' Laura, dear !'
j ' Well ?'
I ' Please let me out. Mydoar, this
may be a joke to you, but '
' Are you sorry for your nanghti
I ness, you little vagabond ?' said Mrs.
i Feston. imitating her husband's
voice w hen lie spoke to Fred.
There was a third inverval of
1 Laura,' said her husband, in a
subdued voice, ' will you open tin
' On one condition only.'
'( n condition,' she added, 'that
you will break yourself of the habit
of speaking crossly and sharply to
::ie, and on all occasions keep your
temper. Will you promise?'
.Mrs. Feston wasah-mt to leave the 1
i room, w hen the voiet
in the closet
i exiiallueii liervousll, :
Mrs. Feston ! Laura! wife
, do not intend to leave me in
I I do.'
' Well, wait a moment I I
j ' 15 very thing that 1 require ?'
Wisely deaf to the ainttered
sequel. Mrs. Feston opened th1 door
and her husband st rode sullenly out,
and was striding rudely past her
; when a little detaining hand was
laid ou hi i arm.
' John, dear '.'
' Bh ?'
' ' You forgive your little wife, don't
! vou ?'
! He did not look at her. nor reply,
I but endeavored to release his arm ;
from her earnest grasp
i ou ilo forgive me. l Know. I i
love you sincerely, and would not. j
under any circumstances, do any
thing ti) relinquish the love t know
yon bear me. Say yoi forgive me ! I
shall not be hanpy until you say it !'
And she burst out crying on her
John Feston hesitated for a mo
mentonly a moment then throw
ing his arms about her, he kissed
and embraced his wife passionately.
' Forgive you of course I will !
You are light, my dear you are
always right ! I showed my temper
vou show ed your sense ! lint a
fair tiwimotits liel'ori. I liilil rpni'ftrpil
Freddy for the same error that I fell
into myself. Forgive you, my dear
little wife,' he said proudly, kissing
her tenderly, 'yes, a thousand limes,
if you desire me to avoid a fault
which I saw so easily in others, but
was so blind to in myself.'
' Here's Fred,' said Miss Wesley,
leading till little fellow into the
room by the hand. ' Now. Fred, tell
papa and mamma what you just told
ine when I let you out of the closet.'
' 1 won't lose me temper denny
- SJ, .
Eire Gen. Gaines and Mrs. Dr.
As an incOTect version of a con
versation between Mrs. (leu. Gaines
and Mrs. Dr. Walker has found its
way iu the public journals, we now
give the true "lie, as related by an
rye witness :
Mrs. Gaines, ii company with a
the 19th ie.st.
ed turf and sa
Is this Ml
passing out ol Ine
al Washington about
, when she it i -1 Mrs.
in her necnlittr dii-ss.
' Will on pei ii
a little ad Ice .'
' What da im
' Nothing exo
' What is il P
' Please rt'iin i
' Why si Id I
it nit- to gr.
'Pi to II
i e those
I 1 do so?
- whole I
lo do this
ul am! p
. -cause it
nt of tin
B DO light
whole. A gain, von place m
a false posi'Joli, in a light to be lidl
culed and treated with contempt by
the other sex. Had assumed yom
g lib, I should have failed to obtain
I lie sympathy of the virtuous and
good throughout Mm country-, iu this
great striig'.'!" for my rights. II
your object is imitation, then do not,
1 pray yon. imitate that which CSihI
TERMS Three Dollars per annum.
lias not wade half so perfect as wo-
man, that is man.'
Mrs. Walker then said .
, it,, . ...
vvuy no you are.fl in tins gay
stylo of lace and flowers?' to which;
Mrs. Gaines replied :
' If tol. I that my dress was repug
nant to the public taste, I would in
stantly remove it. I admit that it
looks more youthful than my years '
would warrant; but, feeling young,:
I dress according to those feelings.
When I fee! old, I will dress suitable
to age, but I trust I shall never feel j
old under a hundred.'
At this stage of the conversation
Mrs Walker asked
' Whoaie you, Madam !
' I am Mis. Gaines.'
' Oh ! I am very happy to know
was not prepared to see o I
juuiig a nnjaiirc; wtasnn,' r expect
ed to see a lady at least twenty
years older than you appear to be.
Wbat is the secret of your looking j
so much younger than vou really
'This is the secret, Madam: l!
feel kind to eveiy human being. (
nere snoniu not oe a sorrowing
heart within mv knowledge if I could
prevent it. 1 look upon life thus:
That we are placed here by our
Heavenly Father to assist each other
and do every possible good in our
power. Money !s merely a loan to
effect that object.
Though I have had che of the sever
est battles of life for nearly thirty
seven years, persecuted anil wronged
of my estate shice childhood, yet,
notwithstanding all this, I entertain
no feelings of revenge or bitterness
to any one, and the world to-day-looks
to me as bright and beiutiful
as though I had never passed
thromrh such terrible scenes of n-rief
and sorrow ; and, in all these tiials, j stato tbnt the forees UI"k"' C.en. Joi
I have never, for a moment, ceasetl ! lau liad succeeded m joining the Or
to entertain an everlasting, unliving i 1an foTces, after several fights, in a l
faith in my God, upon the principle 't which the Spaniards were repulsed
that so long as 1 was true to myself
i Me would be true to me. A fashion-
aide woman I never was. God has
! blessed me with a remarkable con
stititnon and these nrnluhlv nro tl..
! reasons, .Madam, why they say I
. look so many years younger than I
really am. Now permit me to renew
I mv request that you remove that un-
I seemly garb. I am told that you
are advocating woman a snurage,
but be assured that by your appear
ance in this improper apparel, you
ire, noing that cause more iniury
than the strongest argument of jrs
enemies. What can be the object of
V(""' "'earing this? dress, Madam
Your health 1 That cannot lie, for
I old enough to be your mother
continually exposed to all weathers,
enjoy the best of health, and am a
younger woman to-day than yon are.
Pardon me for saying that I fear
your only motive proceeds from a
vnlgar notoriety, to which none of
our sex should ever descend."
The above interview was witnessed
by from twenty to thirty gentlemen
ai d employe. of the Government, who
expressed approval of the sentiments
uttered by Mrs. Gaines by occasion-
A Real Hero.
All of our young reade. shave read
of Casablanca, the noble voung n'ar
tvr whose heroic death formed the
theme of Mrs. II aus' beauti fl
" Tile I) y sto al o:i tbe liW l A. Inn1
Whence all but mm bad fed. '
Here is an account ot as true a hero I
as Casablanca. We want all our ! 0f high rank are accused of connh -young
readers to read it again and janee with the rebels and w ill be im
again, and learn from it what real : mediately relieved. The insurgents
brtn-ery is in several recent engagements gained
Two weeks ago, on board an F'ng :., slight advantage over the troops.
i lish steamer, a h.tle ragged boy,;
I aged nine years was discovered on j
the fourth day of the outward voyage
trout liivcrpooi to new i on,, ami
I carried before the first mate, whose
! duty it was to deal with such cases.
When questioned as to the object of
! his being stowed away, and who
I rought him on board
the bov, who
had a beautiful sunny face and eyes
that looked like the very mirrors of
truth, replied that his stepfather did
tl, oct-aust lie cotiiti not unoiu iu
keep him. nor to pay his passage out
to Halifax, where he had an aunt
w ho was well off, and to whose house
he was going. The mate did not
believe the story, in spite of the win
ning face and truthful accents of the
boy. He had seen too much of stow
aways to be easily deceived by them,
he said ; and it was his' firm convic
tion that the boy had been brought
on board hnd provided with food by
the sailors. The little fellow was
very roughly handled in conse
quencc. Day by day lie w as ques
tioned and request ioned. but always
with the same result. Hedid not k now
a sailor ou board, and his fa' her
alone had secreted him and given
biui the food which he ate.
Al last the in. lie. wearied by the
boy's persistence in the same story,
aud perhaps a i;' v anxious to lu-
c llpate the sail.i . seized him by
i he collar and dragging him to the
fore, told liiin that, unless he con
j leased ihe i rut It ii. ten minutes from
' that time he would hang him on tbe
' yard arm. He then made him sit
down under il on the deck. All
i around him were Ihe passengers and
sailors of the mhM i. .1 t. and in
j front ol him siumi i'., inexorable
mate, with his cliroiiiuiKUer in his
i hand, ami the other Ricers of the
I ship by his side. It w.,s the finest
sight, said our
hid ever belle
inloi maut. that we
d to s,s- t lie pa ie
proud, soi cow tul face i
boy, his bead creel,
eyes bright t Iirongh 1 !
suffused them. When
had lied, I hi' male told
b it t wo minutes to 1 : v
e. 111! mil
1 ad ised
him to speak Ihe I ruth ami save his
life; but he replied with Ihe utmost
simplicity and sincerity, by asking
the m ite if he might ) ray.
Tins mate said nothing lint nodded
his head, and turned as pile as a
ghost, and shook with Ii -mbbiig
I like ii recti with th.- n in i v mi
THE AMERICAN CITIZEN'
Is ri:DI.lsH.r KvKJiT SATrnriiy Mopsrs-g Bl
I O II W. BOH WORT II.
tt is thr largest paper published in this .section, and
eattkatfaa sir, Paliliml, Agrirnllarnl nnrf
Horticultural .llntlrr. I,cnl I ntrl li ;rao
.IliMcrllnny anil G.airr.l -. any other
paper in kladim and adjoining ennnoei;
The Fnruirr'H Department has heen maf
a specially, and Tvill contain the tiest articles that the
aUssat practical and scientific Agricullnrisi;. knot
growers and Stock raisers of the country can prodiic.
In Politic., our course shall he as it ha, ea-cr heen
tc stand by our country."
Special attention W1H be flven to th, eoTlecUOQ and
publication of xiaiters of Local and I., nrril
To Ati.ertia.ra. The circulation of Th.
Amcricnn Ciliaen i established on a firm and
1 paying basil, and our lits is rapidly fead -snutantly
ti e -e, all ey es turned on him, this
biave and nobta little fellow, this
poor waif whom society owned not.
and whose own stepfather conld not
cure for him there he knelt with
clasped hands and eyes upraised to'
Heaven, while ho rept ated audibly
the Lord's Prayer, and prayed the
dear Lord Jesus to take him to
Our iuforniah" adds that there
then occurred a scene as of Pentecost.
Sobs broke from strong hard hearts.
: as the mate sprang' tbt ward to the
! hoy and clasped him to- bis bosom,
j and kissed him and blessed him, and
i told him how sincerely he now be
j lieved his- story and how glad he
was that he had been brave enough
i Coo ilaoii, . i... u-.ii;.,.r i
, ' I . I v i i i ,1 l i I , I 1 I i u,., ssjsmk ii, oaii i-,
, uif, life for the tnitn-nf hii. wo-
Memphis, June 2. A number rtf
disguised men surrounded the jail in
Manchester, a few nights ago, de
manded the keys, and took from the
jail two negroes awaitirfg trial for
outraging a white woman, and hang
ed them to a ti ee.
Chicago, Julie 2. The vote off
the introduction of lay delegates into
tlie M. E. Church, submitted to the
membership by the last General Con
ference, was taken up by the General
Conference now in session in this
city, yesterday, and resulted in the
THE CFB AN Ii EVOLUTION.
Washington, June Letters re-
ceiveu Here tins morning trom Cuba
1 wa" serious loss.
Ge"- Jordan- loss was slight, not
i over 45 111 klllprt' aIld wounded. He
j also saved his artillery, arms aud
ammunition. He had with hnn.sev-
j en teen thousand new rides, of the
most approved pattern,
j The agitation in Havana was par-
i tiallJ' auateu
Dulce has resigned, and Don Espi
nar is acting Captain-Geireral mvtil
I the arrival of Delioadn.
I The city was tranquil, but disorder
threatens to break out at any mo-
I meat, as the volunteers are incensed
reatlv against Gen. Pelang, who
has disappeared, and whose where
abouts are unknown.
W ASIIIn-gton, June 3. Advices?
from Havan, via Key West, say that
(!en. Pilne7. whose life was threat
ened by the volunteers, went to Cieu
fugOS, where the volunteers there re
fused to allow him to land. He re
tnrned to Havana where the volun
teers demanded his life, alledging
that he had sold his country, and had
reeoived one hundred and twehtv
tlionsand dollars to allow the rebels
: fo escape. A compromise was ulti
niately effected yesterday evening,
iThe volunteers are greatly excited,
'and have assembled in front of Dul-
i ee s palace, snouting deatii to i iinez.
This morning the commander of the.
volunteers entered the palace ami
de"?aBd I u!ce s immediate res.g
Ui)u""- petering that he was allied
1 wlth 2rtora- resSlguatloli was
" '! """""fj'ut "' , " " 4
was committed. The volunteer", now
have full control of the force, antl are.
really the governing power of the
Several military and civil officers
Washington, June 1. Advices
.om jjavaua of the oil say that the
lamliK of thy, filibusters' causes a
depression in business. The steamer
Montezuma met a schooner which
had just landed munitions of war in
tire neighborhood of Bay Nissio.
A fight had occurred near Villa
Clara between twelve hundred insur
gents and a troop of Spaniards. A
passenger reports that only three ot
j tjH, iafier escaped.-
h lllbustefs who recently lantletl at
the Kay of Nissie reaehetl the interior
abandoning four guns for want of
TUP ALABAMA CLAIMS.
LuxiinN; Janne 3. -The Alabama
diplomatic correspondence is publish
ed, commenting on which the Times
says: "When we compare the exact
ing anil critical spirit of America
with the conceding temper of Eng
land, and consider that all that was
yielded was insufficient to prevent
the rejection of the treaty, we despair
of the success of any negotiation in
w hich ESngtand maintains due regard
for her ow n rights and lwniur."
London. June 1. Xowspniiers' are
still discussing the relations existing
between England antl the I'nitcil
States. The Standard says the con
duct of tbe United States in the mat
ter of the late eaty,ia ase of time
may be I'm gotten, but at present will
hartliy fail to lie linked to feelings of
just indignation ami resentment.
The Post says no attempt tor set
tlement of the Alabama claims must
collie from the United States, and
; due precaution wil
i pt ing
w bu ll
tire Kngland against ;u-i
mty aim.. si w tl Ii humiUtv ,
be rejected al last with
New OBK, June 3 Among 1400
steerage passengers lauded yesterday
from the steamer Manhattan, were
'.la English and Welsh skilled work
men of different trades.
The influx of Norwegians si ill con
tinues enormous. It is stated thai
l.-ust two limiilreil t lu ms.niii n
arrive within the next eighteen mos.
Their destination is invariably lo cne
The City Com"''1
, , i ordinaiiei
II places ol ;
.lane 4, passed
s and w hue- to I
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