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V ATM run IHi W KKKLf MNM 0 eitlmiia on y tar flM Hftlf rnl'ium on yar Third ui column out year t0 Quarter ad a aotumn on year 4(1 On pi ire one year )5 Two a pi are one jt 25 Trenaieni Artvertiatnir Pr q'"" aaaa tion end 7ft -en I for etch nubern'ient inaeittun I.itxTKl aUfttriiaera will be dealt with liberally. I KI Ailverlini-n at am ralea, and It additional for proof of iiukiltction, nl n prool of pub) tea tio to be luruiahed until the fee ia paid. Anueancin, r.indidele- f"r Rtatea and Dietrict (MIim ifcHf pamm hare $10 ; Weekly aw per, tie ; for aunminci mi randidatea for Oaaaaej itfi oee, daily and aly paper charge $10. eVTheae ere t . terra and rnndiUon eft-reed Qpoo by the .'raa Acitr.n fr the B9ft adrer tlatnff end announcing candidate, end in no in tance Gun tin y be departeu from. THE AMER1CAW CITIZEN ! i POTifwif KvdtT SAiriin.vT lfTmrjn" nr J O (I n r. is j w O K T II . U la the Lara t paae poblleaed in thi; .rictia. and c rataiM more Hnlitie.il, Aji- rrilm t n I mid CIoi liniltti iTllllll'l. I 0 11 1 E II ! ( I i 1 4i e II t ', Meacclleiei) .iwd tSenerred .."-, than muj -tlnr j eaoer in Madia and e-tjilei eiaa&ea. Tin- Fin i.i i l pnriini iji baa bee eaeaa i a. if in iaBjr, him! w.li reatala tht beat artleler. tee Hb'.f-st mrtic.ni iiixl M-i.-ntific AeictiUitrit, Fruit ; gniweia end sd ul -m isv i-- A tbe country eae ;.r-1( un-.-in Bttelje, ear eetwea wtuB be it be ever beei "to rtwtd ttv c in" country. " Becll aWewHira wilt n- (riven to the olleetion and pvUicalion n matters of l.otul mi.l tlWi)l Eafewewt, Tn AJweytnteera, The cleeolatton of m Aawewicww Citaaniw i- Mefisbed m a tinn and . paying baaia, mmi our litsa i-.. oapidl aui aaaaaaeal I just, and fear not; Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy God's, thy Country's, and Truth's. VOL. XIX. CANTON MISSISSIPPI, SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1869. XO. 25. ar Double column edertiemenU ere cbarfred ; thirty ttf v per ceut. additional on the above ratea. BY JOHN F. BOSWORTH. PURLISHCD WEEKLY OFFICE, MASONIC HALL BUILDENC, SECOND FLOOR. TERMS Three Dollars peiNinnum . Mafl PrBftssional Carbs. Htto (0vlc;ui.s Carte, gtngs, Pti)irints fo. . J. ATTORNEYS. O. K. 8INGLETON. ATTORNEY AT LAW, CANTON, MISS., fFICK MM Mi public qinre. ooe door Smith V ol J . B. Hkrw4'a Stan. M7 i. HSil tf WlT BEIT CUNNINGHAM, Attonty it Law and Real Eitate t(tlt, CmmfM, nmli-on '., 711. PART1KS l.lnf III Iti. 'North ! i!wino I wtlh mnr dfnpllon of fnii thy luuv .l.-lrr. MlA PMb4 I'vgir lu lb. Monih. wi,liinir to mtfmm of Rtjui Elt.il., cn And turilw.."- riy u.('iyul(r M ni". :jroffl.. n.r Pa.i uni'i, uuuion, mn"i;ipi. Vit H. MMhA T I. R. C 8MITH. ATTORNEY AT LA IT, TOM HKMIKI(KO, I.uLf Bander eou, T.'iry A To. IV TOM & SAM HENDERSON, 0 0 T T O N A 0 T O R ?, FOB W A Kill tf a A X n COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Xo. 3S Pertlido Ht., Factory L'otr, New Orleans. Jan. 5. W,0. J, it . rovi:Lii CJ O T TON FACT O R, ANTI COMMISSION MERrllAtT, No 190 Common st. M IV 1 WW. I n. 4V l.ilipr.1 'nh Ailvaucen niade on Cotto I onl;lo'! to thi. house. P:.. II. lo., Caeiien, Ulea. t rrir nth ajdu ol i'ublie S.ji.:ne, over ;ro tiTre. .1 D. tUtlTTON. N firfteW Lu. I R T,MHOKK. Nt-w Oftvawa C. II. If . .. A Krn aartU. practice In all the aountica compo-ing Tth i t-'.lt l Judicial Ki-lrict. March in laaiy O A l.tTKKTT. JSO DAWSIIX vv I.I.I ETT A lAWIttl, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, CANTON, MISS.. Will pmallr. In tin (Vnrta of tll I'ifth IMwal Ui.trlct aod ia all Mia Pnoti at JaaAvaW. Mi.-. OOce Miu'h 'J nMM r-MUara iarf nie .tor of C I.. Illukliia A Bio. r ah '27 II II .i;o. k. fi:ai:., itMin.'H" 7II.I. prarlh a ill all ihi-C .ort. af Ilia HUI. Jml ci-l lli.lrlcl. alia III How ofio hi .41. a.a.lli... f-flira o.ar I uo.lall A ii.iiuwiu Daw. li. UliA ly C. C. BUACKLEPOBD. ATTOJtNEY AT LAW, IFPIIt ...ih mi Pnhli Bajunr. .laor ! 1'. t'arkml 4 MCnit.d Hutra QMMMaMMt. aepta. r niaala. a. . itsluti. n MMA HABRI3, KENDALL M HARRIS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. ar. on.ai.aa .thitt n4 W. IH IIMI ir.. hkw out i i t , (Om-a-ll.i..lil Ra, J. U. Kl..ira.) ITl.'l frarfia. I. mil lA r.arl. o t.iwim: n. .H . .t.alltlou lf.f I to II"- 1'olln tl.il. o Claima. lhroiiKliii.it Um United KtnitM. Dan. 4 MM Uli I L HARVFY .4. I i I i i vjl iinu m ATTORNEYS AT LAW, .1. 1,1 1 L W. THHMrsoN, Mnill.on Co . Mia, I hi ChaMMaataaa.) HRITTON & MOORE, COTTON FACTORS, - A N I) eeaeeAi. ooeeiaaai mfrciiants. 71. IT. 71 Caronielet, Street, 71. NEW ORLEANS, La. mr Fnophr-.. II ikumih, Ac. funiiflo-il. null cu-h dvama. n. Mile on ConauKnH.entA.aitV Mi . Ilanrj nlll p.iy tin rnMH tn M cotton oiuiHi.T' cil tirtiitlon A Moora. m. j. ziikts. (I.nlr Rhorcr A Ziinta.) COTTON FACTOR. . Nn. IVrcliilo Street. Cono r Caronrlelet, ' Jan. if. New Orleans. jBoot and Shoe MAKUFACIUHER AND DZAL5E IN TRUNKS, TRAVELING BAGS AND VALISES, Xo. 11.1 Cnl sirii t, Xnr Origan I Plnnlniion s ne by Puckage or Ilozen. Prll. '. 'W r CA NTON, M 1S8. We aiii and bjctail DRUGGISTS km AFOTPECAFiIES. ataUBM in WHITE LEAD. OILS, V A RN1SH ES Windov Glass. Sash, Doors, Putty i i i. s t i r r s , PERFUMER'. BOOKS, WALL PAPI-'R, STATIOM'RV, FANCY ARTICLES, Hardw?.re, Cwtlery, &c May 15. V-U octri). THK BITOCAC K Til K llii. TIip foUowifi (eeaatifei pntm was written by Capa. O'Bara, Mreaerly of Kentm Vy, iMat aeere leoentlv l Alabema, e the nccaaea. f tbe renin. vhI in the petattery at PiaeilcTert ol the rem.iins ol K' iitni l.y aotdief win-. Ie9 at Bet Vinta. The poejQ, H-:tr free its ii.ttmoc aaajtjf, deiivcs ad d ' t ! i n .i I and aaelaclily iaateteat fri tbe recent death of iT.m jiuthor : The ni fled dmn'i e1 rol! ha brat The a4Wa !:i-t tetto ; Ne none oa life parade shall aet Thai araee an falle few. ( if P i mts'm ti rii.ti Ciiinftinj c-rmind Ttailr efcanrt tents a eaj(anv And (tory irn.nds, with eoleaaa roeaei, The hi ol' the dead. N No UST RECEIVED and fur mile l.y W. J. MOSRY A CO. Jalv A FRANKLIN SMITH, ATTORN K Y AT LAW, canto, atai flfflaa I OrlrV liuil.linil. iioilli-ne-l l ornor r in The Isew Or jeans Parcel Express, Office No. 1 Bank Place, cor. of GravicrSt , Now Orleans, ( f kPTTTtn nnii-'i il r llltlm In nl! .Mpners " lhrf Injatt.ey niwl Inwfat m i III t l i i ui 400 lWa l.aiulretli'. Tvrnin land, war rao'etl prowth of 107. MNS llm I. ore While Lnd, lit nte laumi Oil. 100 als Dptrili Turpentine. EN ROUTE 50110 li(kt. of Window Saji. 4 rUnM, Funnel Door. 300 Luxe-, of Window t'.laf. AM of winch will he Hold 'it Nl:w llBWAM l'ltioKH. Miy 15, '03. CKRTIFICATE. Mb. a. vimm in In BVMMa M to i m Ho- kM r. on . ftHnWM tSi.t I ha. nalns Ho' pal at lii. ordinary ill tear Str : I have B. I roar In- i::uil.i!io:i for fowarrtuB, mi l fliol y tor that ami all Mkat annatBnl t- i v. r it., '!, line (rri-at loll ;niti.re lit nui l.ilmr. ho.I ..t the iiine tiiiio I, and no no hum mi. i fcaai it. I.. I. TAVLAIK. W. .1 HMST o ( li . jojuntn. T I o All iiuy nilier ot i ; A T E S : ' s.-t ejfweeje? aa N-. la weight. 1 1 1 . i aj l oil nr'der .nn llm. . i ' i. h li eValaaaal lud llm ,33 naataj ftf renl". . 10 Htl, jrfiii.m AT U. J- now OKNEY AT LAW. GAST0M, Mfss., I. maatlae in Ilia (' I. of Madl'im. I.e..k.' I' II E ! I' I! '., I c. THE GEEAIcSr DISCOViEY KNOWN TO THE WOULD IN MIDICIKE, THE EUBEKA LIFE-BLOOD ELIXIR '. nnr ol" lb foe's advance i awe p apeajj tho iaL N'i treabled llmanhl. at iateita haunt. Of loved awe left ht-hind. X" viataa "I tin aaeiTOW'a utrir Thf wairtov'a aVeaaea aJaraai : If w hiaviax born aor aejeaaeaaaaj fife At aawa eitaal call to arms. The iy red aavordi are real with rust, 1 lit-ir )i!uiid aeada are bowed, Tliru baiiulity banner, trailed in dtiatt Is aw the.it aaertia shroud. ,-i d peaateovta haaaral tears aarff efaahad Tbf ltd ftains rVBJ aaeh brow. And the praad forms, by atli eaahad, Ate treed froaa annish now. Tbe neiphbro in lre, the fbi-shing blade. The liu.'leV aUaraas blast, The eharK. Iha araadfa inni'nude, Tho dm and sboiit are past ; S arar wi'd note, ae gary?a peal Shall thrill with fierce delight Tboee baaarta that a ear aar may Itel The raplau-s ,.f the tight. Par bke the dre idfu! huriicano That avweaa aha wild eaaeeaaa. Ruhed Willi the li lump!) eat to i;uin, farm; atfera the aaarlad fee ; Wh aaaaid the Ufejeeaa g the fiay '. .1; o'er the tieid.beiit'alh. Knew well the Watch Weed of that day Was Victory r death." New Death t':e parent tuif they rest. Tar from the gory field, BaM to a Spartan in.itherV breast On many :i Mdj aWeM. The raajeiai of Ihahr aaUva ky B Bailee aaaaa aai thein bare, Aad kladrad es aad aaafaa watch by The aoldiar a sepulchre. Beat. eaahalaaa i and sainted dead, hear as the blood VJ gave N bjinioaa I'eot-tep hat shall tread, The aejfhaajaaf bm erave ; Nr ahjall yow glere be lorgot While Paa her record kneps. Ottf In -ni r aoiate the hi.'. lowed spot Alrthreahd and CheartM i hum ha M b-t rWW ttataadfev ' . i; ba-rde ha e-tabli-io -1 adbnle pti-e of Miippiy nir nil in Parcluia in.dc. Ittrpr r aMlt Loinst nvtt vault pr'urn lir. MjawnhiHl Pekin, lltrd t'l ti H;ll t HIM ! K I'd on tin- ffaat.BWMt, and al' ajeaiaiiea tor tire aor awejaaiata ihrirh 4 the te oad e:it .t 'Hi nun try. IhMareat Ubmd M-tlicuu- hex neffurmo' rare- (the m--i eaUaih- IMC), when- evi-iy ottno tern, dv knowti in M,tlicu ha aaaat equally taih l. IT 13 x:o hut.: BUG iloert mt r-r.r and Apr"''1 rtl iawiaej. ar tlflUe HentS-we-t ,-orner tbe Fal He Vrii . over Cheathmn Auction , Bm i KewHiiiamK. .i.l-tt EE W Al h M c m I C K t N , ATTORXKYll AT LAW, Jackson and Canton, Mirss . ..f iha ran .l i - V, '"f and I o eji and Ox h, Ihe fl-m nun" 041 rr, v'y aaaaTrteaaa hwai ne'ier 1 ne eMMawaa. Mii jict t tit above ratea. be aiTomoiiirei f a ii ntie it Mine h ii M.rpni- i.ie umonii t ur 1 by mail "r Kxpie- n iti-troeieii haul aaa'dewe raeweehad hi all easea, at.d jiei aaaiefeefiaai pnaraiuei-d. ill fnt re' .tte nr letnrn and o, ,i- tram-furred bi . DhK Hit V tOK OWtV, a" fiidera lor aarehaee naat WII.I, r,bje in ell Mia ffwejeta is! MaaetH, the Hhjh Cawl tlm mni h Fedeml '''., ti- al imrA. The nay 1 addr either at Jarken r Cnt n Forwarding Attended to Promptly. JNO. M. CLARK, Attoi'ncjy at Uw, YAZOO CITY I88. ti rc " K N O H T It I but i ft p alter main ed by the , oaadd be I ep;r ithn which has he heAeht t I .tiLr aaaffa al aha deep'' rejeearoh, aid- ie;iii-t rderaateal lehiajue and ekdl that 1 lliJrl to bear in it. pioouction, we tU. praetlre In Hie I'ourta In the central purl mil ol Uia 6t.ita Jan Jil PHYSICIANS. A. II. CAABa a n , Rnlaril Phyalrlna, ....lap. Hlaa, llffl.ie, uair W.J. Muabj A C'a llrn Stoie. May 29 If CARD. c. n. eauaowAT. d., BvnMeal MfBMM aarpH. Oflca nar C liowll Banohn a Drug Sitnte. I anion May T! y Reference- . Rl.i. k .V Co.. C .rniniion nta Hank nan tV I'ralt. n -ukera. A Co.. Dry nii. . Klroy ICa, Clothing. ,V tin.. Harnwam. i l. Ctoi-lier V, llaia in il ( npa. i. r. IHLBERT. r. ). nMnam Mm i k Him. VioMt M...n H'heo . Wnl M Tajrl I'o'u 'm i .V Ma Y. Ile.iiao Sitpt. theielore Btecn il wholly pro its own Mr.r.'rs, ASKING THE ISVAUD OR AFFLICTED TO 1ST IT ONCE, to lie fully UWintMOf. Hi iMItln :iie io-t iiitinie (iii. troni ihe II' -t i takeu. rMnffwM M nof into MwmImmI penet rat lax every pore ot the alo.lol.o-ly iliivinir oni rvelv IrauHrttl from the arlrole -y-tetn ami aantaul laatenl PUHE J.1VIC Bl.UOD, hem:e it. MM, mm mug n all wooewra Dr. in iin-. avOffiaa oaer W. J. Moahjr t Co'a. Jultlr ' Dr. HARVEY & DIVINE. OKFICK riM Si Marv It. -. k Oaejarf ' j 1 1 v DENTISTS. Dr. C- M . ADAMS. DENTIST, WOTTI.T) renpt- ifolly hafaafj tha e)fja r ( anion and fesajeMf that. elt4 an e, erwaee At twei Mtts, hn baa ha aaad hen- la ararttaa Itentixtry in ita tariooa forru-. Chirse rehierd -n ihaii may In reach ol k'I. Witrh feaaaatetarad. Teaaa, Cn. ajerome over W. .1 Maewf A iVa Draff Rtora, Juiim Im'.ii. aaa. n. a. xiHiacK, peon! 1 1 rrni or patient a okalku is rAT. rrrnoLBWB bukhihc rivin, Lampn. Lamp Fixtures, & Glaasware, i:rtl le7eee at. in. Daaaap a mi ( hm., NEV OHLEANS, LA- i ALL OIIDLUS PltoMPTLY ATTENDED TO. FITItOI.EKK RIKWI(. I I. Ill Thaa m fa rat rfiearfiraawai -. Uac ar. H will w t -rimke, will not ninfll in a8Jt It aaa mm ii-- eaaWi 4. H will not era jnnm haada .r aaaahee, N 1 1 l""' iay i-dirty mibitHiicn foll-et. on the ; out-d--if aWIaa It with eaaaaaf ketttlaaeT. , -Irwdineeti. iiii.i ...ftne-n ih.ni any foal Oil known. It 'will hum i kwtjr laaaa aette. Haeyi feaaaaa Hurm r. r Kb tiuiu'ul or Lijftitliotuu Buruer. Id-ly T. JAJ1ES riOTFia. MAGAZIXK STREET, ' II. W en lirurler anil N'Htohe'. ata. , NEW OKUKAJM, I.A. R S MORSE. Pioprtetor. NOTICE TO DRUGGISTS! Eureka Life Blood Elixir, A r.EW ERA m MEDICINE OM THIS COWTINEN My the use ot the above MEAT CHINESE REMEDY. With mournful pride !. til tea When ni.niy a vaatehed aye I - -own, Tha story how y fell. K i wreak, nor tthaaaw, nor widum'h Hi; Nr time's raaoriala doom, Bhe.ll mar one ray of gtarj'a lilit That gOda your deathless tomb. TOisccIlaiifons. A ketch from Real Lifo. nv ncTKKLBT. Fr'in Ihe Ntov tlrlean. Snnilay Tililea.J A rrreat disappotntment bad art- tied iipi'ii the heart of our friend i since the day he decided to deny Ins heart iis love, because hut iiilc re volted ;it wedding a woman whom he thought incapable of appreciating his honor. He was not, like her, n Christian, and could not understand the terrible dread upon her mind test sucli ;i mode of vindicating his honor 1 should be murder in the eves of ( iod. There was uo weakness in the man even bis faults bore :m element of greatness in them ; so, instead of yielding to depression in his lis;ii- ' pointmenLhe entered with redoubled i energy into bis profession and made ' that bis mistress. Be 1;i1' his heart liiish its mormurings, and worked his ! brain incessantly. No time was al. PranMM hronhout, the Sunt), nml Wcntcaa he muplln tnroaffti the wmMtetm entn made hy Itr. R. IV FJerMerrlam .of I'ekln. Cliina. with .1 . li. W na il Co.. Of the Hhoh-ine Drug hmponiiln, ol lowed ltd' 1TIMII11!"'S, allll tllO result Mi Bphh Mmnanl Ti noennen, to whom all otdnrn ntnat he ly FOUTZS Horse ail 11 Powflers. U li", 1 v. I 1. T MECHANICAL. thin animal. Y B L LO W W A T I R . R BATCH corjoHS. i'is T KM FEB. Fl VKK,KtH MiKI Thta eeejawattoej, Innti anil favoinhly known, iH eher tiiifbiy rclBvlaaeaaa broken-down nnd low-spirit' il aaweaa, by Btrenatheaias and I'leaii.-ing tLe aaavaaah and attaa Maaa, it i.n a aa eaaea aateli nt la h aa LCSC FEVER, CL.VNDEItd. T . C iimi,:hi Fi.i.t rrnno Par Salt " " Onana fi.l.T, Fan.H, Wool, from 10 to nality. No. M.ieaMf M. GURLEY. oa.i.ia ia Fiats AN II ninna, W.Kit IS to IB i t 14 to I '.. B to ' r, to 7 " 30 rent., MMtalM 11 S I E DE, WATCHMAKER At O Jeweler. hi- . I. Kit IN Fruit TreMj limp Vlmm and Mimhfrrv Planl. Tn A VK at Stnew .m ejaaa r-hvia, MaV. K-uit Tree. Ae., lor aada, nch a pra. h Treia, (jetieriliv, at 1 20 pr 100. er 'J.'.cta. avh Apple 'rie at fo prr 50ft, ov ?,i te. meh. pnmr Treea at 10 MB, M M eta , Wln'e Allrany Htr awlerry 0 (mt I im.0 ,,T f awr NP. Hale a Farlf Paeh m.t t'hineve Crhaff, are hr ae ta th rp in all Baajfjaefa Dfuraerie I IBafBl a patr rf Theater While Ilofw, and ri rmtf prix ore tiiri by - nn 1 1,' Order) m w. pinups. Splendid Illuminated Window Shaden. THF (Inert let eeer brnught tn ronton. Jnnt i"'i v at OaUH AUOHV'B. pec. 11. 1M4. ae All raaatfttTai done Favtadajf attention efa ndjiiatiii' ad BM Badahaa. ITatrbet, lewdlry, Vc. ii atvte. th th" repiirmtf aad Jan. It, 'i.U tl VV 1!. V. BATKK. MERCHANT TAIL0T?. .j i I M l. II IHH Holly infoiui h'. MMBnfn, n4 the unMle.gei I ly. that he haa removej liom Sh.noii .10 lle.l in Canton, where ho wilt .-'0 lion Urn-hunt Tuilitrint; Banlaean, in nil Ita ynrlou. Iirnni he.. Hainc an , . 1. ol ne.irly thirty ye:u. lie lenla rooHuVol ol bin ahll ity to i?o Mti.faottiiu to all who may I'nyor linn with ih.-ir natronaiie a lilmral hre of who h lo MM il. from the iuhll''. Il iviiiir 1 aiile'l .10I o.irpe.l nu hu.ine.. in Sharon ' f ir many year.. re.iei t'ully rt fera to the aitizi n j 01 111:11 (n.n-e anil to-iiiiiv. snot n Wnl i ie PaWk Noitl, f I m 1 .irdn i Anit IT, l'i',. jaw iaothg.nd,r wtn ..erW W. -1 - r.'ri.nnV" "IT.' "-MaaawBdaBS I ini- nihli; Bkelet'iu into a BaerteekJara und BVtrta t t herae. t To keeper-, of Cwa this jm permtiec bt tavalaahle. It baaeeaaea aaa aaaaattay ami haan th- qwaiitjr v t r.i tne mill U l a h all ll'-iifi of Swine, -uch an Coach-, Cftra in i lh,JB .1.., ..,,, . . rrit V 5 -. j will I riwlii'.in.l ' . rflaftfanla nawmalnl If al - o fc tlm. a exrt.-.in ir.-vniU.i ,0.1 f .r 11- II'-' I'holarn. that be soon became as noted for liis knowledge and judgment of the law as he had already become for the eloquence of his pleadings. Fear less of man, he gave full force to liis powers in holding up-crime and dis houor to the derision of bis bearers, Nor did lu- spare persons, when the case of his client demanded the pub licity of their shame. The soul of honor himself, -he hated dishonor in another, and when it became neces sary for iiiiu to hold il up to public icorn, he did sk with the scathing, burning tongue of true eloquence: hence it was not unfrequent that lie was called upon to sustain his re- marts in t uni t iy mat coue ol Honor which he acknowledged from man to man: or rather upon several occa sions In- was attacked b the parties he bad ilins assailed line of these is worthy of note, as showing bis calm skill and determined bravery under danger. Four men, armed lo 1 lie tei I h, followed him i hroogh town, watehing a favorable locality for killing him; he perceived their pose, stepi u nun a store aim armed lumselt with a knive ami re volvers and went forth again upon the street. Toward tite close of tbe day, di -pairing of catching bun off puiihe street, one ni tin- lour. ii Ii a lew words of insult, advanced Upon him. lie knew thai his resist aine would be the sk-.iiai for Ihe others to join his assailant, so stop ping quickly luck, he braced himself against a stom wall, am! thnsaitna tod In defied the four; yel his ealiu uess was such, that althoagh he ttonmled three, not one received a luetantly, for it drew so much upon i bis time as to withdraw him in a great degree from the close study, which' it w as his delight to give to I liis profession, up to the time when sickness prostrated him upon a bed which proved to be his death-bed. ! He did not run for the office, but ae cepted it from the appointment of the Governor, to 111! a vacancy occa sioned by the death of the previous! Judge. lie was repeatedly solicited to run for office, and once was brought forward for Governor by liis party, even without his consent, and nearly ell etc,', although he had re peatedly said he would not accept it. finding himself aliout. to be elected, he hastened a purpose of settling in Mississippi, which he had tor some time been contemplating, and left the State a short time before the election. He refused to take an active part in politics, because he so loved ami honored his profession that he would give it no divided at tention. At the time he chose it he told his mother that he would never relax tbe energy of his devotion to it until he had go established himself in it that be could always choose his side of a case. This he soon accom plished. Never did he accept a fee of a min ister or a willow or orphans of mod erate means, while the widows and orphans of lawyers never lacked a friend or money when he was near. Ah ! well may he have honored a pro fession that opened such a broad channel for good and noble deeds; his nature was one that could bask and revel in them. Turn we back a space to some six years before he left Alabama, and some eight after decision as to Miss Winters. Then it was for the second time that he bowed in homage be fore the shrine of woman, or rather an individual woman, for never man paid a higher homage to tbe sex than he. This lime the woman was beau tiful brilliant and loving, and with only enough individuality of charac ter to w orship him, knowing only his opinions and wishes. We long sus pected that his heart now and then sighed for the more powerful nature of the earnest Christian woman w ho loved him with a live long devotion, although denied the realization of henBve. If so, his was a powerful mimi and strong will, and most powerful when exercised over him self, and his wife never for one mo ment of her life suspected it. To woman he was ever courteous, chiv alrous and deferential, but his wife feodliesy alia ITorn Mfll tire msi "1 tentions icon ever due to her, even at his own table, whether the guests were tew or man v. sue was ever tlie first helped His most casual ad dress to her bore homage in its tone and manner, nor was this any the less so when alone than when in the presence of others. His wife has tobl us that she has sat in the crow d ed courthouse and seen him sway the human heart to any passion at his w ill, then turn to liis home, cast himself upon the carpet of the nur sery, anil with the babe in bis arms. and the others palling at him, kiss ing iiim and playing with him, spend an Injur in as great a glee as any hoy. W lien alone, slie was ever wont to know his approach by a hum or a whistle; as bis home gate closed upon his advancing steps, it ever dosed out all care and trouble, be they what they might; he only brought smiles and pleasantry to his wife and children. Such was the private character of the man we have ever delighted to love and honor. Reader, we have draw n no common character. There are few can emu late hi 11 in all things, but there are also few who may not follow him in something. His career in Mississip pi was brief. He only lived about two years after removing to that State, yet there are a few still living j who once regarded his friendship as j an honor. These few will readily recognize these sketches. We could draw others from this life, over which our pen delights to linger, but our readers may not be so deeply j interested as w e, so w e propose to j draw but one more : a sketch which', takes uo part of interest front flic i life represented other than the tact that scch lives ennoble every thing they are associated with. A. Head on lilarriatre. Tha Late Tragedy in Jackson, Miss. , The End of Four Great Men. . be, is 1. MM one am nirlCy '.mi!., .h . iM an RnflM Pmwaln rtitUra. ra r. R. i-ora, nmlnpann ateri an I Inwwlx r'or ah .relon ol the wool. ue K r' B. K. F. B. we,;ie., realm. , and regulate. Prico 2S Centi po.- P oie-, u 0 Paia is fur 51. rrtEFAnrn ny S. A. FOUTZ .V i:i:o., AT TtlF-in fMcmi mci iMicrvr omrr, No. 116 Franklin St., Baltimore, Md. Far Sao h, 1 raleu and UmiMMira ii.nmy:. . Ill" 1 ML- -1 .- MM. ' DAVID ?. FOUTZ, S'lcceasnr to K. A. Kontz I ('.. for -ale by W. .1 tn-.hr Co., and Cdi ItU Ballon, Cnnton, Mi, a. mortal hurt, ver called regular fight. I' attackci prepare himself. The was all Imnia, : al liu I lo 1. After this, he was ne upon lo sustain a The community had ie w a-; not a ! tut II to lie ess his opiiooenf was ke all tbe oddsaealust A Democrat Shot r.v a Radi cal. The Huntsville (Ala.) Demc crat says: Weavail ourself of the account given in this morning's lu depmient, of the shooting of Mr. Jas. I ('. Bays, a brothel' in law ofTho8.C. Barclay, Esq-, a peaceable, quiet ; citizen of Guntersville, and a Demo crat. by Win. Thus. Heard, familiar : ly known as Tom Heard, a bitter, 1111 ; scrupulous Radical, and so law less ! that, we understand, be has not been ; on speaking terms with his father, Arthur C. Beard, for several years, and has even threatened to shoot him. He joined Capt. John !. Col tart's company, the Madison Rifles, we understand, and went with them to Pensacola in April. 1801, then and before claiming to sympathise with the original secessionists. Since the war he has been an extreme, un scrupulous Radical, and, for man; years, exceedingly dissipated. We are informed that Hays was si 1 ing in conversation with Maj. W. II. Wiggs, when Beard accosted him from the other side of tbe street: Now. ! d d -n yon, I've got yon." and fired al him. His physician, Or. .las. Jackson, feared that his bowels are pierced, and, w hen the guard left tiuntersville for Huntsville with Beard, little hope of Hays' recovery was entertained. We learn that Heard frequently boasted thai "tbe United Stales Government would protoctaim in si ting any G d I d Rebel or K" bllax." Marriage is tliat conglomeration I ot the sexes as is considered consli ttttioual in all countries: but il fail more particularly one of the United j states. V ben a man so far forgits hisself as to it marrid, he bids fare well to the Declaration of Indepen dence and becomes at once an" hon orary member of the nights of the garter, an order established by the Crusaders in the "times that tried men's soles." Marritige, grammati cally speakin', ;s a compound eon- junetiou, and shows the relation be tween man and woman. Accord in' to arithmetick, I don't see bow peo ple make out that marridge makes two folks one, for if you take the cypher (0) woman and add her to the unit (1) man, it makes 10, unless tig gcrs lie, and figgers won't lie in any thing else unless it is marridge! Different folks have different rea sons' for marryin'; some marry for love, some for riches, some because they want to, and some because they cant help it! When a man falls in love, he takes to readin' the New York Ledger, and wearin' lavender colored kids and patent leather boots as piutches his toes, and pnttin' "new mown bay" onto bis pocket handkerchief. Then he forgits to put sugar into bis coffee and makes big mistakes in his cash account. Then he takes to drinkin' Mrs. Wins- low's soothin' syrup and pnttin' senilis on his hair an' partin' the same in the middle of the top of bis head. As the time approaches lor him to be hitched to the adored of his bnzzurn, he feels as if a eel was crawling down his back and little cupids with wings and without any clolhcs on was singing the sar spangled banner in the air all round him. Then, like the- prodigal sun, he goes on from bad to wus, until he gits his name in the papers under the proper hedin' and tells the world he is united in padlock, and that no cards" is played, and sends some ginger-bread and pop beer to the editor, who wishes the happy pear long life and many of 'em ! Then comes the bunny moon and a bridle trip to Niaraga or Mammon Cave, or the Bridge of Size. After this the bunny moon is all moonshine, until a still smaller voice announces that I here's a "angel in the bouse!" as the poics say ; but it always seem ed to me more like the 1) tekens in the bouse w hen I hear 'em. After a '-.; --- --- il, whi.-U iars When Aramiuta and I got mmn-infl, after a courtship of some seventeen winters, uunng wiucu sue never told her love, but like worm in the mud. led onto her damaged cheek," we had lots of presents of tin ware. short close, suoons, ami other wear ing apparel, out rather more spoons than anything else. It was a spoony time. Bui t he short close still lies in the bureau drawers a monument mint and mockery to boyish dreams, and disappointed ambishun. As the Scotched poic Burns says: " Ttkn be! la Id ai lliiin at1 men ami iniri: OltEallKiisiceJ ' But Araminta and I are draw ing down the veil of life together, stilt lovin still hopin that ihe time will come when we shall have to provide a extra spoon and porringer. Troo ley, hope is sheet anchor to the sole. Long may she w ave '. But marridge is a divine institoo 1 shun, more so than a republican form of government or the Dimecratic party. Adam cudent live without . .Mrs. Adam, snatx or nosnaix. And beCOZ they raised Cain after they i was married, its no sine that other , folks should " raise Cain " in the mar i ried stait. Becoz they et up the best winter apples it's no sine married people should make each other's hair j come out before before the usual i time. Marridge is mootual ; and one can i git along lining wunoui un lit her more than a child can teter on a board w ithout a child on the other end on't. Woman to a man is like the bob to a kite ; the more she's at tached to man, the higher he can tiy ! Marry early and marry often, and when you git a good wife stick to her like a shoemaker'.-', w ax to a hot stove or Spaulding's glue to broken china. Such is the law and the profits. Peacefully yours, As a part of the history of the times, and as a matter calculated to affect most seriously the future of the ' entire Southern people, we give in another eoiiimn they, details of the I late tragedy at Jackson, Mississippi, ; which coine to us ia a copy of the i Jackson Cktrym. j This unfortunate affair is oi f ! the legitimate results of the attempt of the Radical party to degrade to i the lowest possible depths a people I w ho laid do-v I their arms mine than I four years since. A militarv man who had been foisted by bayonets into a position w here he did not be-, long, an instrument of Radicalism, has lost his life, in a sadden and Woody rencontre. He is said to have been a man of good qualities of iiead and heart, and bis slayer is a member of one of the most prominent and in iluentinl families of the State of Mis sissippi. From ot her source we learn that Caere was bad blood between Cram- and Verger, and if is know n that the latter w as one of the boldest and most uncompromising opponents of Radicalism in any and all shapes. There appears to hate been some littleness in the levy of the piano of Verger's wife. If Verger owed tax es, the property upon which the taxes were due should have been le vied upon. Verger returned home to find liis house despoiled, and the instrument of his wife in the hands I of an officer whom he disliked and who he thought had treated him badly. He demanded a meeting. The testimony show s that Crane went out upon the streets and met him. though he knew that Verger was drinking and in a terrible rage. It is not shown that Ycrgei did no! know that Crane was on the streets in answer to nisi invitation. A quarrel ensued, blow s followed, and a homicide in the heat of passion was the result. All of; this was terrible enough to the par tics themselves and to the friends 1 anil lauiiiies in eaen. iiu mere is 1 . . a. - , i,.,,,. likely to follow something worse. On the very next day .- military conuiiis. Sion was organized, and Verger was arraigned before it. That commis sion is composed of the friends, com- panions in arms and fellows in poli- . ties of the deceased man. One of them has already been challenged j :W1 strickou from the array for the j expression of opinions hostile to the prisoner, and there can be no doubt j but that the others entertain the opinion expressed by the one more impulsive and unreserved. There 4 bv the military, ma in sympnuiy, personal or political, with Vcrgev. But they are not bevuitted to act. The constitutional privilege of an indictment and a jury of hi- peers i ; denied to Verger, ami he .is hurried to trial before a commission compos ed of men thirsting for his blood. Who can doubt the result of such a trial, by such nun, under such cir cumstances f Time has intensified rather than abated flu- deep seated hatred of the Radical towards the people of tb'. Soutli, ami (he party in po. r is now clamorous for ihe blood oi a rietim The four conquerors who occupy the most conspicuous places in the. history of the world arc Alexander, Hannibal, Caesar and Bonaparte. Alexander, after having chimed tin- dizzy higbysof His ambition, with his temples btmiyl with chaplets dipped in the blood of millions, look ed down upon a conquered world, and wept that there was not any other world for htm to conquer, set a city 011 the, ami died in a, scene of tel':nie!l. Hannibal, after having to the as tonishment and consternation of' iotne, passed tl,c Alps, and having put ti flight the armies of the mis tress of the w orld, and stripped three bushels of gold rings from the fingers of her slaughtered knights, and made, her foundations quake, fled from his country, being hated by those, who. once cxnltingiy united bis name to that of their god, and called him Hami-Baal ; and died at last by poi son administered by his own hand, ami unwept iu a foreign land, C;esar,nfterhavingeoiiqucit-d eight hundred cities, and dying bis gar ments in the blood of one million of his foes, after having pursued to death the only rival he had on earth, was miserably assassinated by those he considered his nearest friends, and iu that very place the attainment, of w hich bad been bis greatest am bition. . Bonaparte, whose mandates Kings and Popes obeyed, after having filled the fjhrth w it h the terror of bis name after having deluged Europe, with tears ami blood., and clothed the world in sackcloth closed his days in lonely banishment, almost literal ly exiled from the world, yet where he could sometimes see bis country's banner waving over tbe deep, but which did hot and could not bring him aid. , Thus these four great men, who seemed to stand the representatives of all those whom tle world calls men, w ho each in turn made the eartn tremble to its very centre, bv their simple tread. iucb Vers er al standing and character If the members of the had nflii mpi teal cooled ' justice .1 1 er it snvi , ran!;, pay ai not. with th tpt to justify I : d mi ls act It seems to us to have id w e arc surj ; is.-d that nl not prevented it. He iaw s of his: 1; ate, apd 1! be should it is plain murder, for .1 A. Hi-: 11. Lulah, A correspondent of t he a .((.', writing from Look Nashville nu Moun- Indian Le gend : A Cliei qnisite In imive mentioned ih-chi re nee r he had removed lo Ala ami had established himself bar in that Slate. Here lie liebl the Supreme Judgeship of the Stab which he (accepted most rc " Them soldiers must lo ! dishonest sel : said all for not a 111 -ht seems lo some sentry w .itch." an aw ful old lady, pass thai is not relieved of bis kee Indian maiden of ex- Uty, possessing the accolil I ilis l: ne 1 it sol name nature, meuangu Icr of a ureal chief and a might ivnrrior, loved a delicate, handsome md quiet youth of her own tribe. Her cruel lather, the big Indian, pe rused to consent to the nuptials of I the love sick couple- Ihe nouie chieftain desired his daughter Telu lah to share ihe blanket, tomahawk, aiiil bow and arrow of one of the braves, a hero oi a thousand battles, and oa.- v. iio had "uiuch scalps' hanging to his girdle. The maiden lied at the barbarism ol her royal :. and ill luged over the falls 011 ledge below, ai which point was engulfed in ihe surging and boiling waters, and never after was heard of. Her lie. er died ill despair, ami flic falls were named Ti lulah." rime has so! ened Ihe name to the more euphonious one of lailah." Ike Lilian fills IS pig, I he steep clitl's I he roaring ol I its tail of about rainbow iu con commission to listen to the and mere;. . .-: ili to disobey the p meat and drint motion. We di before us, attei of crgers. been rash, ai his friends h lias viojateu un is it right and proper t!i answer for the violation that lii iS not a ease of the killing w as done in the beat passion, suddenly ami under the pro vocation of a blow. But v -do not hesitate to say, that if his life is taken in Dursuancc of a. sentence of the commission ov wnicii ne is oemg tried, it will be murder of the deepest dye. If, in the present temper of the country. the inurd rswhich disgraced the laud immediately after the sur render are revived, uo man can tell how deep or wide the channels of blood w ill tlov.', or whose veins will furnish the springs to swell the tide. ! Northern journals in the support ot Radicalism have lately asked when the hatchet will be buried between the. North and South. We cannot answer a question so grave and one so momentous to the interests of both sections. But the dullest sim pleton can trothfully say. that its I its bright edge will not be dlllle 1 so long us military commissions are al lowed to sit m times ol peai-c. ami w hen the law officer of the Govern incut gravely declares that Congress that war continue f a peopli let 1 pap b The 1 grand may say ami may the part disarm. slid den If the ! - I 1 f Vo pristine'. , - ufferet lo the demon of i so thicken t li Hows bet v, ecu ill I that a battle ax way into the sup laud, ami I lint . j Judges -i th which ii voi . s 1 death of 1111 1 1 i the nat ion, 1 1 ! to redeem till I ai:ain the prii ae. h exist indefinitely upon v io nave bei n i- -.ears. sir 1 1 up iis a holocaust Itadicalism, it will gory gulf that now ie North and South, ma find its w ay me I luminal ol 1 al lien it does, the ' iurt, on an issue not only the life or n idual, be: that of find courage enough records and to erect ties of 3 .a v. ami .1 us tice in the temple set apart for then worship. 0 eelu-ry at and imiMi g to I 111 rrv waters li one hundred h et, nection with the sin rounding, ail spot a paradise. V Ex-Queen ightj sen ants ; lishment. loll tend antic seeneiv lie aabella her Can employi .slab olinnoiu 1 ua BEEFSTK ik. Take a large tender Ueef8teak, pound it, and season will: pepper and sail, and two onions cut up line ; put i' 111 voin pan and sel il by the lire where it will have a strong beat, but do no! lei it burn ; let it remain two hours, covered closely ; serve it in its own gravy. You will find this an excellent w ay. The above is all.-, cry well, but the trouble is, lo get i'uii tender heel severally died-onc by intoxication, or. as was supposed, by poison min gled with his wine one a suicide one murdered by bis friendsand one a lonely exile ! How wretched is the end of such ear! lily greatness ! A C'Jai&t Old rilaa. Tim follow ing story of the doings oi a quaint sort of a Bavarian is told, bv a cm respondent of the. Kaunas hist. "111?". whose letter appeared in While frfMfrKf.A .' ' th 16th I v ... ...met lung ill the shape" of :s ouriosity that I think might put oh! 1' T. Baiutim'.- (of New Vork) stock in the background. There, lives a man' fifty ears of age, who com menced building a house for him self ;n the yiar I860. He laid tho foundation, and kept on until tho war broke out, served four years in ;he Federal army, and came back to and his house, almost demolished ; started to work on it again in 1800, and lias it now all com pic' ed wvth the exception of flooring aud win dows. The house is built exclusive ly ot Junction City marble, and al I 1 hough lucre ate many houses of t he same material, still 11 is admitted, by all that none can compare with old Dutch Jacob's, as he is called -lacob .Mangel. The stone, he dug or quar ried himself, hauled it to his house, dressed it, ami put them all in their places without assistance liom any .me. liven the mortal was made, by liimselt. In short, he has a hand some two-story, and cellar house, all ' of ihe finest ot that quality of stone, built all by himself, ilis well is the. only portion ot his house, wherein ! he had help in building : tbisis forty ' eight feet deep, round "as a globe, even and smooth as a piece of glass, ' anil walled all the way down by tho i same material of stone of which his house is built, Some believe him to be about half crazy. lie works every day in the week, rain or shine, i tillered linn my hand on leaving, which he positively refused, saying that if he shook hands with me lie would have lo do the same thing with every one, and ;is he believed ' in friendship as a humbug, he wished lo keep his hands for himself, t asked him what his object could bo iu undertaking such a task as build ing a house without assistance, w hen he answered : ' You know dat a did tain fool like me can do ebery 1 tinur. nml dat is my pleasure" He. is a Bavarian by birth, and, as I said before, fifty ytars of age, came tu .Miierica in 11, and has for the. past eleven Mats been living be I, ween Manhattan, Kansas, and Junc tion Ciiy. has never known a sick; day in his hie, and has Ihe frame and st length of a bull; is a bachelor (despises women, so I am toltli; does aii ids own looking, washing, nu-ud ing, and in fact does everything. " - Fkarfui Death .OF a Yoc.ni; Will'.. Ihe wife of IlezckiaU Greenlee, o Mason county. West Virginia, was instantly killed, one day lasi week, under the following circumstances: In company with liei husband, she was returning home by a near path through tho woods liom a neighbor's, where her husband had been al work dining the day. They wen- walking baud in hand, no! dreaming of any danger, w hen a dead tree ihcy hail just pass ed suddenly fell, brushing the I shoulder of Greenlee and striking jhis wife on the top of the head, crushing her to the earth in one solid mass, breaking every bone iu her body, so that her remains, could 1 not be recognized as ihosp of a ho man being. Strange In sat, Mr. ( i reettiee was no; injured in the leasl , Inn her than beiio' stunned lor: j seconds. The eveniui! one, and it is supposed t w liieb w :is rotten al Mi'1 I: its we'olC 1 a lil'h- a lew dm lill Un Hints. Mrs. II. 11 marriei IIIVII had than si ween