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1 " is . ft . r '. . h 'a p.- ..A I ' 4 f 1 r 1 i s r etono of : '. A. Dot k-.4 iHt 4:1 ef J four tnwaJiutnU its ft ei in :Li Saat' to tlio .n rcjOi-t, a it wsi re fcirva L am the House. tJ-Tlie Post, the lUlicsl paper of MeaLus, tii opposed la the dis franchwinj etaase (the third -tion) of the Reconstruction Ccio niitka't report . . A ta-l.;ouaUe party is now called "daughterooltural bow;'' " . . i'rTA'Wr bas ben fceli i 1. Jiiuoad by the ladlea of one of tie churches, to taut funds to pur i ehaae fcr JeJTirean Davis One auSt of Fr?whbro!lddt!L '" "' ' t3 Admiral Bemmci bad an bi- ..tetyiew wiUi the President ou Frt r dsy.' Ho baa; iwi bxa pardoucd ." yet,' alUiO'it it la understood that he gjvea bia cordial assent to .Hit PrWcfa policy. ,'f , , ter Tbe Holly Springs Heportor aayi Lbe Bar. Waav II- Phillips, Epis copalian, formerly of tbla dioeeafl more lately o BalUaaore, ha au- ,cepted aUfoUwpariab-ofTaaM Dim Yac Comhimouim TIm: - -first numbat of a daily paper, pub; iiabed at Yzoo City,' la on tftr U . Me. It la ottty wkld, and e suppose wa may 'took for the next number soon. . W wUh our iiter . arlainK frtanda great luccasa, and .request Utero. to itir up tlia jualla, as we lite to road a daily paper or ryday. etam, Williams English 'Prbprfetore ; Hewy Btam, Jr., Ed "OT. SM. ' Hi. I, ' ' ' - .Hwreu ; AMivwuAiata. T ' great peata of Northern society are .anrdversarios. , They hare hem in , iroduced-lnto tbe South, aneV Mem phU la bleaaed with them The an Biferury of the Bible aoclety iran held hut week. It sprang; up-da " rint; the war, but , we failed to no tire, the oreaence of any of the trons ipinded women, and there- fure iuppoM it If a bogua concent, Althooffb the Bible waa endorsed unanimously.,-... ' "Thi Lost CACsa." We hare re- eclred advance sheets of Mr. . A. Pollard's work, bearing this title, to be soon iaeued from the publlfthiiig bonas of E- B. Treat k t', 654 Broadway, Sew York. The work waa favorably noticed by us some time since, aiid w can only add now that, ! i appearance will hp " anxiously -wailed. "'ia-'jH. Vbdcr, reccnlly ap . poluled U. S. District Attorney for tbe Nurihorn District of JIUUr.Ip p!,Uie II6Hy gp'ringa Ecportcrny s. ; baa been "practlcinj law In 0fwl J for the last w'enty ycnr ; is a gr.$- nrte of Chapell Dill, M.C.,und will dlaobarge the dhtles of the office to which ho baa beau appointed, with aeal mid ability." - Thi Laik Tobhado. We team that the dainscre to the corn on the river, by the storm of Monday, 1ms, been rery great , a The Jaeksou pipers represent the dainage In that city aa considerable. tUt capitol and eity ball were d;un agtd; and' r tlionuaiid ohndn trees "blown down. ' - , " At Meridian, tho storm was felt two or three hours later than here. The KH'isenger expect to hear of great (Luawg in tiiat acclien. '"TnJ OfopomAa." This is the title of a oewly prepared perfumer', diatlllod from tbe native Mexican flowor of that name, which is said to have no equal id point of rich and delicate fragrance. I Meiiiphi Bulletin, Tou doubtless mean Oiionintix. We never beard of a flower of tlmt name on this continent, though wo believe there is one-in the East Apopanax Is derived'; from ' two Greek words signifying the juice of a plant orJUower; hence it would lie appropriate as the name of a perfume, but net as the name of the ;lowcr. ' tear Tho authorship of the -Con-q red Banner" having been the st jsct t much curious discuasion, tin N V. Freeman's Journal. In wl.i'.h it originally appeared, says: - 1 he BUiher of those most touch ing wordi tea a citizen of Tennes see, and i i now a tuyect or Hint State, uikV r the despotism of l'l'.r ou iirownlow k Company. By blood, If not by nalivltv. he is one of that Irish race to which, of all races, might be applied the eclehra ' ted pnazle of Virgil. u8ic to mn lie decline to have his nnine published ; but the Joumal threat ens to give it to the public, shortly, whetlier b consents or net All honor to him, whoever he i. IWni. Bur be E, a convict from Wilkinson county, died la tbe Pen- Itentlary.oii the 27Ut lnt.; of pne-monla.--CIrlon. ( v - " Patridgeof the Herslil, peakhiK ,'f the radicals, says "the lie market . 1b active." . We oaa assure tlteimb lie that tlio quotation is reliable., - 'coming from Uie source it uoc-r '. i&lsskislpphia'.r ' : iVea, everything hi Uw ildmlilhi reliable.'' Tltai's the reason every 'I body tke etif paper. When yur . ger learns to deal In facts, his paper map get a respectable reputation.' fc3f We learn from (lie Noi-tlicri) i rom fornd a true Bill againut el-Prcsi Saai Davis tcmU) called .' o'iht Chief Juttiet thi Unihi '' 1 '''grtatXf feheered tboto 4nteteat!g x a! aatiwaW Individuals." ! Their ' 'hiirvici',wUh' S'ator 'Sumner . ."auaai'- f"i5o-ittitaud i.,ir!s-ihrr wera treated ' .jtb great .consld.-.r:;:-nJM men t.H .t W' - ! i t f i. per; lr. i ;j was (. n "jigliiii. r Aruu',,1 f. U into a-,i 1 old patriot replied, "we will j..- .Z the U-j; w!.' b was , I JatQ .a bee, and buty It wlt all A boatra of war; tbe rest of kisbodfwc wfll kmg pit gibbet' T:c people', of tba &ouh will rcu, ..:;r:.er Geuetai jkoSt's litroic record aetinst it coia-j inon foe, but they' pan nevW ibrei that be who dieUM. ILit Lus.it lax sinters thouhl, depart la peace," waa the flrst to strike his proud old' mother, Virginia, and to $rget Oie J ravage ( Our field, amU -lietiour; of out towns, and tbe iiuiiptwa of war."' 11a dies at aa adfaaced l age. May bit g!orti live" furi5eeB j but lot tbe recording angel blotout Ids deeds fcr tbapaai Sre years.i j We publish in another pTae. a report of tbe Lieutenant Genei al s conversation wUb a "doyrn i' quiit mime. It is reported Oeneraif Grant npressed the opinion 'that General Robert K Leo Is behaving badly, edudnrting himself very dlf-; Csrently tVern what, at the time of bis surrender, he gavo reason to be lieve would be hia course. " ' If the great head of the kruiics bad stated what . he expected from Gen. Lee, we would be belter able to lodge of tbe charge. In the opin ion Of many, probably as capable of judging as Ulysse, ion; Lee's eouree since his capitulation at Ap pomattox, presents one of the sub limest moral spectacles ever wit nessed by lbe modern world. nerlallir. la rral Arsar. The statistics of mortality In the Federal army are exceedingly inter esting. On the 151 h of April, TSMk Presldeut Lincoln called for seventy Ave thousand militia, and was ridi culed by many persous for rnlling piit so large n force, as the "Seventh Uegiiuent" of New York dandies 'proposed crushing out the rebellion by innrchiug through the Confede rate States from "Mexamlrln to New Orleiuis." Before our nriiiies were defl ated and the rnnfrderncy destroyed, two nillliou seven hun dred thousand men had enlisted in the Kedcrnl nrniios, of which num ber ninety-oix thonxaud died in battle, ami one hundred aud eighty four thousand died of d!eaM, ' This grand total of two bund rod mid eighty thousand met their deutli lu, every shape. Fifty tboiiMtiid w ere killed outright npon the bnttlc ticld ; thii'ty-live tliouxuud died of wound-, while di-ene ftwept olTonc hundred thonwiid. ... Two millions fur hundred thous and left the Federal nrinles alive, but of tlmt number scores of thoimauds are legless, armless aud invalids, dismembered aud disfigured by their wounds, 'fhe number or coin -mUsioncd oflkers who were cither killed iu buttle or died from wounds or disease was upwards of neven thouaud five hundred. Tbe uumber of while troops en listed was almost exactly 3,500,000 men : tho number of deaths smonir them, 251,122, or one death out of ten The number of colored troop was 180,000, of whom 29,398 died, or nbout one out of six. The death rate of fhe colored troops was there fore nearly double thai of the white; hut lite death rale from disease alone was far worse than this. Out of every eight daubs anpng the white troops, three died on the fleld of battle and flvofrom disease. Out of every nine deaths among the blocks, one died on the Held of bat tle and eight from disease. Cuflce, as a belligerent, would have had a good tlmo of It but' for disease. WaehlaftaMt Iteama. Washikotok, Mhv 25. Mrs. Jeff. Davis has made her ap plication to the President hupy to allow her husband to- have tlie uur rclr jied freedom of Fort Monroe, on the ground that hU houllh ilf mands it, and, also, that her time i. s j 1 .1 .., .. it- c&irin,.:ii hi wuicu to visit Illlll. She does r ak that ho he "remov ed to ati other place of conflufmont. RBrTmr' t luccs. An Impor tant caneus of Hpuliliciiti Sella tors was iiKin i'i ..; , m tho Capitol, as lo Uie course lo ' , pursued on the pending eonsUtutioual amendment. ITie principal f; ,ution waa to east-' smer uie propi tety of sWtng out' the third scctiuu. TLeoriinluu was quite favorable to striking; this out, but objection was made that a mo tion to strike It out had been made, in the Senate already by aDemo cralic Beuotor. The sunuort of this, (woa not regarded an strictly wltlrin .: pari y , Hues, No eonclitfiian wua amveu at. lhec ichs tlicn tdokl np the uucstlou of adjournment, ami be linireion ucmcd to be sjnlnsf It. V . - Washington specials shv Un re Is' a powerful Pernisylvanialobb hcre: toiulluenca k gislatiou In favor of itrottctlon. t Kx-Heimtr Cameron is the lender. .. 4 . . .., . '. .The policy of the Administration In rcspocttoMexicaaallalrslsrrad ualiy Basumiof a different shape, and may. lead to a Congt-essloiwl ' indorsement of the loan whh b' is being nrged under a atroiiit ifs sure.. - -k .. . ,1 The Express states that from JrfnJ uary to the time ef tlie Kaprt iitiwoQ, iiaujOOO were reenived by O'Mnhpny, of which $50,OG8 -wsa sent to Ireland, Uie remaining 120,L 000 Ulu'i speut here, - . 1 t ... ' . - !'4i!.i.r' - "'' r '""StStl ft nil- . 1 he latest Invention la the pInr "l)nsr boaom" fir the kvdiss, wbUh etusy -lieaves" by U toachi'olan '!!!!! tpi eemcealsihiBdar Hi llil ttJUl. 1 jnaMjauIMwi . ..T ; 1 't rin v ' (SCO- ' t of e t 1 ' mi; of f - I. .19 t Of ; lrtast'RtoC Iji- UAL: i j; ec-i i- f ,.iinr le iiimc ju h- i-i von lor ' r :!iton, u .ncenn- . . r.ioilie one ii . .iitfdiu iuve fcfcl-v bcj4i v-: .i . . w-y i tin, ib,. s. (By T ,f; js MibUo,Ala) To H. f. t i. . . V. TV lrippMl ' JlxtLael f "a has butm slaetoit Jndcat-of t. e i robate Coarrfon the cwuwtT ef -MobllBs: Is an- aet tlmi taUicafi !wwsaf 't if 'Ul. ;ni)HltvetMaJ.3en. r k ; Dy- V'iftrrA frota' liradejuarters ' ' ii.uwiy xnvman, lenn. ; i To Ilbav 11 win M; dUdtoti, W-g-e-: tar? of VVrr. Wa4Mnjrt, J. . - liapfiaftl- F-iis baa- Wo ap- Sioiatod Pr1)lc Jitdg of Mobiles Shall I Vtenlrtl'Miit to aotN4"' . ', i G;a'M:'TtW)MA - M. in 8. A. fjommnuamg. k ' U.' 8. iutirytiMJaJ f ; . MaylSib, ltiUSv. t iiyTeteyrajm iroiutji.asBingv To M)or Ce'e'cfaf tV. jfl. f bomaa,'-! eommauaiUK iliHtarv yivuion ' Tennessee t . -(l , ' Yottr tekjrspU renpeeang; Rapli ael W, ftcnunes. lias .been, present ed to the ,Prc?ldentj who directs tht Seiiuiiys'.lie not permitted to hold or exeiTdii the functions of Probate Judge iq Uif city of Ho, bile, or any other clvJl or pollticaj olUce Of trust while he remulus un pardoned by the President 'It, at any time pardon shall be lsoucd to him, you will be u6tiDod thereof. The same instructions will he serv ed by you iu raxpect to any other unpardoned rcbpls p yoqr com mand. . ' V EDWIN M. STXSTON. Sooretary of War. By order of Major General Geo. II. Thomas. J Wm. D. Wiupplk, Brig Gen. Now, it Is just such a course, ns the President permits iu this ease, which is destroying all the good effects of his better policy. lie Is furnishing bis enemies in the Jiorth with their strongest argu ments. JTenr the Chicago Tribune : rUESIDEXT AM SKIMES.-It is Sti ted Hint the President is nbout to kmc n Proclamation explanatory ofbis i'eace procliiin.it ion, declar ing that the lutterdld in fuel upeud martial law and restore the civil law throughout the South. If mtirtinl law docs not exist at the 'South,, it would be Interest liu; to learn by what authority the President or ders Major (icneiul Woods to for bid Knphacl Sonnies from nrtjiig lu 1 tlteoulceof Probate Jude at Mo- our armies hntt novcr trort paitlc bile, to which the ardent support- ularly Texns tylitch uoeded to feel ersuf tbe ) 'rciieiit a policy eiecteu him. Boiiimcs lias boeu oouviclud of uo crime, aiiu uniier me . rresmenrs j reign bo can be convicted of none. bvery man unuiconvaicd 01 crime 1 presumed to bo innocent. More over, on tho 1'resitlopls theory, tlio members elect of,; Congress from Alabama have the sumo right to sit in Conifrt'ss u the member from T Illinois, Why, then, has not the his ProaidoiitUiu uuiiu i lulit unoii owu tlieory, to litrbid a Mayor af Ciiiciigo from enteriug upon his of fice its a ProLxUe Judge of Mobile i Ti.e truth Is, tlus i'lwidcnt lias shown no more regard tor State laws or the "rights of the so-called .States wliiuh bo has created, than ConLTcso woujd show if they ubolisheii them , altogether. His whim is their law. Erey word stated by this Rudl- ' 0VVm Utf ; If the Presidenr has no regard for thorigbta of these i-cfaoatnieted States, bow oaji he expect Congress to do it? In tbe expressive language of the J rlbune, In nothcr article. If the' Southern Slates hare been restored, the Pres ident htm 110 more right to in' rfrre in their elect Ions, tlitni he ba to in terfere lu the Northern SUtUu, and if tbii pcetle of phicflgO; were to elect 4 donkey or a utoukey t oir flee, It would be none of tlio Presi dent's business, It is notorious, that If tlie enemies ofj the President iu CoUgtasa, were to undertake to Impeach him for arbitrary exercise of power, th( Democratic members and his South ern friends, could not deny the charge, with such acts as the above staring them lq the face. Nerth CaraUlsta f wvrsitieai. ; ' ItaiMUH. . C. Mar HiL 1'h Convention did iiothiiiar to-tlny of political Importance. A message received from Gov. Worth, says he ha, no rceDiumen thtCiona to nmke Ii reconstruction messnres, for lio says all are loyal herq, including tlie CoiiKrossmeii oluet. . if. ' , " . The Pwsiditntis heartily entlors cd,AiMl the uvl government is iu coiuDlcUiOucraisoiu .Jie alsp.'eanir plimente iien. Huiwr's adinmitntr. tou.i. , V ... i ji".'::,f1t . ''viiaxitUa tatweat Vinrlstla. "ui ; . W'BKiJNU, May 23..' Tho eleetioir iu Wesb Virgiuia vtflordnv for tbe fttlincniiou or rc- jettion of tbe eonstitutioiiul aninnd- csllu tlu! rebuilt oi, jimp td oiF quieij .Iioturns irojn luteiior. eoutiues ctmie in very (Biowir- Full returns received from cheveu eounUoa tluu fat Indicate Urrr muiorUies iorr' tlie iiaeaiL uiaikwiwuaiiim- wwm ,nai- ratineatoQO. . 1 Wlweitng l city And Ohio county (faso over turce won saud naiojitvJiit.nrteetloa. h . vjwtnaaltae;ta aiiw.i." : wn .e esIiAWf "xstii. Coiul ify,.4i(Jh:f;Wti a WliUui Xwr:au tnltincXaOUttaalufit lug fo ifllow U10 pelilMJifer. ..A ears, fijii .rud jmreml thttt,..tbe fa.- Imhkit, WMtfffi do- 'not phWrnt'.Vrt,,firV l2lfiiti5il .artion pf iUtinri Wy , of j(iijhncUon. t.t ii., ...-i...ii. . . K 1 1.. 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Bud iStttife and lire," unless- sufli-Sdje warauui hu sHiwf inn pnt im or J. B. BsMA. i !.. WberaltB UitV sk thssal nskhsiniw oa tlia aliU'Ms ami Bctilun Uoad. it lioi M nf on Hoaad Uiatmlit netuiui anilicUuiittbaalit4 dh. nf on Hoaad Uiatmlit petition u re rtirt, anil W i.i -- . - AM St traitfaa foreonn; n i .; !, In tint couBlfstuHtw a fixuor mwi-m Board hariug Iwmi huntelotc 014, van, l.f taaiioartl anallraaaS. and Uis. kraMiw ait tlMirlteil lo apurot Uteilwad ami aaalUr I at KatrMrt, j. j. iam, an.) si. iHim'urf. tame of Uw aaanbondalr alWtatl sMMhit to id rcnurt aa tniuan. ,.--"!! it, Oa motion of J. W. Uonlrom. 4bb tiltar. Utaaawt itnitlainca vera appaha- s HaartuC HoalUi ti tbe Vasaq Uaat, taSo ouvralr Willi Die Ituarloi U.-nlio nUlua th urpnratt llnila of tlie city at T Icktburf ,' to trU: U at.UTentora, t'raok Matin,. Yard Uauia, JuilKa .1. W. V. Ilarrie, W. JI aUUer, aad Uarc Uigby. . Untried lii Ike Board, ,Riat mitlaail Oweoabs snil ha U nereby aiijiotntcd aver aaarof Boad No. SS. oommciii'lag at llanhln im lloUM.aml eiwllnf at Hatiklnaon'i tarry, to kaT ooatrot of ail owa haaUf sad all otorn an or aaar aalil .naj. pa tnotiaii at W. R. Hilllnmlea. ninsilier irog, norma l1tV, tq f lie taSi son aivy pwinreon in aam tiikinec lor an liiains kr Uie atork to ma at iarre m hi nuuired kr Uie lUtilta for atock btvakiny lino anuluawl preinii Whrrennon I he vena and nar were callod for. when tba rota KkmI a S'Howa i W. W.t ampoi'U ami M. iionuran asnjaul the anferocmrot of the penallj, and J. W, Uomirum and W. U. Uillingtlea in farorof l. Then being a tia of Mia rote, the mutlun araaUvfurreii untu a rail aileadauer at Ilia airnilMra ooul.l tw hai. oa axittoa the Board adlmtrnnl. AUnt : J. C. ClUI'I'ICI.L. l leik. Br T. c: Mlcaaaomi.s, H. C. THE LIEUT E!SAIT WKINt.K Af.. Mcpart f reaavsraatlsn with Haa. ' XbW Yorh. May its. , The LewUlou(Mo.1 Jouraal (fives the report of an hour s ronversatiou between tho editor aud Gnu. Omit, iu which, If the report is roireetly given, tlie Licntenant (ienernl np- uosrs to hare spoken out more free ly thou ho coininonlv does.- lie is i reported lo hnvo sit i it : ''Thero were I fiue. parts of the country where the blighting i H'ecU of wan, to bring I heir people to a une of the euor mlly of their crime, and Ibo ncce sity of a l)iiiroti"h icpentanto. lie Said tlmt those jnrls of the South which have not felt the war, aud particularly thoe which have ben within our lines, aud hare, tlierc fore, escaped tho rebel couscriptipa, are much less disponed to accept the situntioii iu good faith than tliokc. portions whioli' have been litemlly overrun with Urn and sword." ' licfoi-riuo: to the temocit..of lhv Soiitherii iicoplc,' lie remajked : "They are much less disposed now 10 uruig uieinseives 'to ine proper frame of mind than they were one year since. A year ago,". nld he, they were williue to do anvthinir. Now they regard themselves - us masters of the situatiou. Soma of the rebel Generals, he added, "are behaving nobly, nud doing all tliey cln to induce the people to, throw asldo their old prejudices nud con- Torm- tlteir couFse to the changed condition of things. Johnson mid LMck Taylor, particulorly, are ex ercising a gootl Influence, But," lie added, ''Lee is behaving lutdly. lie Is conducting himself very differ ently from what I had reason, from what tic said at tlia surrender, to snpposo he would. No man at the South is capable of exercising tbe tenth'part of the Influence ibf good that he Is ; bnt instead of such, bo is setting au example of forced ac buicseenro as crrudffliiiriy aud nor melons in lis enccis ut ii be lUiUly realireti. ' a 1 1 . ( 1 - X. I ' . - a I ' " . . "1'he mpn who tvere in the rebel arucs," snid Granl, "acquiesce the result nineh. beltpr tfini those who stain nt nome. j- women. particularly, were bitter against tha Union aim Lnlon nun. ()t couri. he added,, "there Is toiuo bitteritrss Of feeling' among ill claancs.bnt I Amiatlslled it w ould soon die out If tn'eirlriidljiff uien had jmt stiino how got the Idea tlmt treason', after an, was not so. very IjoU. and liiat thp Soiithprn eniiiif, ns they phrae It, wiil'yrt- trtiUiiph. ttftUil Wr but In political'"- " , "fn my Judgrrtefit,' said Clinut, ."I he lone of eeruilti men aud certain pnprrs lu tlio North is surh as to do iiic:(lculiible mischief in nmking the bile rebels believe that they are lust as muohenUUod to rule ns over ;tlmt if they will only stand by what they arc ideased lo call their riuhlaVtUev will have help front tho North. fids Is only playing over again the litciident stsiies ot tlierclielllDii." . lit was contideiit that tire htrge majority of the Southern: people would smother their resentments and become good citizens, if. these mlseldef-makere at tlie North, Uie Copperheads, would onlr let Uient aloue. . For Idiuwlf, if heiiudithe power, the first tliiug he would do would be to seize tlie Now York News aud kindred, sheets which are giving tho South so danperqus an idea Tof . their owu ppaitipn and I'Hrlita. .1, ..- ' ... . "'Tp'oops,;' aid Urantj 'rtiist pi kept hi ill t(ip principal points jn the fioutb for some time Wobme. This will be necessary to rrpresstbe turbulence ot a class of the Son Hi very uuugqroua to all woll-vispofed persons,' tuuU also jo; protect i the rights of the ifreetTuieu' who ai-e looked npou with dep Itatrcft Tys vcr wis prpoi'MiHtf km )ww Bans Bre'sBj fsJai."'l)aivl -!;.f:. ti&ji'q..ir- til-: vltvi iw , , -'., FoTmOBMlsf May" Instruetion ..fw WaIiit!ou wtrri,rocoivedi'tbU a. n., by Gen, Miles,; JO jrvrr Jeff. Iavis, m parelo, freodam of Aliefortv but r tmTiUihisrootnst Curriiiir 1 1 nightic.'Mtwsrt'Ehoaiiaiid C'C ner, bis counsejlors bata 1; h lowed admittance to t!" t--i. u TtefVatai tAtKiriaw witW hm i ' 1 tlfhe H' ' ' u rt' ' - " ;.;sU 1 t "' Will I t . i ' " '-raws-. ! ' (.!. . 3. Lcnate, or. voter ;-; bill vas ii i i, i on motios of t'r. j f MJ, the r!a.ise d.'j- ! . a'.ere;U of the Sou::., j U ' a. S list I " - rii,:ii!, triolpralfor f oaaOd prevail at once its r.SVriuf couiraunity, r-i-jfr i ma., i ..j;: jti.l the other day,that rthe Vottf th liiatU- Hi t'isv . With tbat sense of ap. on, tr Whlokahe cmineut "i niHt; m h giinguishd, he rt-ir.ifeesoaj!.rthoAloKy, and, ad- ,.J SK' C8tTB.nfOjrNBWl 9MtsiFi,iT.erWBaaiej MMttadoit he p!Mtifsj:of Keaari. Boniigny t CaowliMta. alr-mlta. Kal.'V. .yuvs wuij ies vvtfi. and eaieicd.fiM parjsbos- wltU man- Jutr-Ahby JCellar -Foster is gi rejo roe nepooav-la"ehaug. -6o yefgeutle ftraale. proposes to give r. ,4rrsedoirteemei .Verger says waarootboBOX -ThU'a BOil ttenqe. pur a ktloiiof "the PrJnee.'V There. Is b ikrliier to faney. h m. '. .. "JlcuU we w!nWaiavou.lQStVr. Adrto4blrd!-tsIssJpnJan: . j!,Wfl ouirrattifato Yerveroii whir nltljra'ef ; he needed bne, 0f eoursewe lose on talis; Torger nio ticVpOliiesUia'Urticle; '' V.' J '; n Congres lsts ordered a state ment of recent tales of government gold. " - JK?"6eu'. J.E.'InllHft!rro, or TnU laliatchle county, dlud at Charlesf ton, on die 25th ultimo. lie xras fornierlv 8iate Senator from that district.'' ' :: ' " ' I TIM area af r !. latipfi. Sometime stow we alluded lo. the fact tbat oul of sixty couirtlcs, the Boards of Police; of but seven had made s report to the Auditor of the number f Indigent" soldiers and their families -who retflly need ed wllcfs. Sines flien- the number hit- Increaaed Xk twenty; ' This leuves forty counties not heard tram, and tbore Is slxtv tliousand dbiluri todUtribute. Tin Governor tfeliev-. cd U unfairtodUttibnte tlirv amount to tho twenty counties which have reported, and has determined to wait a little Isnrer lo"'see-if the Boards of Panes will " discharge their duties. In tltis-' regard. Tlie Clarion and Siaudard desires the press to ea(L tit; uttciiton of the people to this imttierv and make the htggurd Boards, "suder the lush und spur of public opinion,'' do their duty. It Is anUiorited to stuW- thut for a reasonable tine tbe funds win be retained lo glvt btl 'dsHnqtienl Boards -an opportlulty'.if ',repnrt; bnt we doubt, rr,'aler Mifir-'uy more warnings w'H be ven, or Uie time extended, ' :' : rtr"i aaa, .,r- . (ajrSecretary Boward: has lately dell rered another speech at Auburn, in which be glvts evideace of his consistent lnaiuUuance of the ylpwi lierotofora ami 1-cqueutly express ed hy.hiiu as ts tbe true policy to bo pursued n rgw ,0 Um Sp.Mtii; oru States. Thu word, ure-eo.istruc: tloil, he Hoots as a otistiQtner , restoration" Its regarda aa au ac- complisbed fivh IHl the only end now to be attained, he contends, is "reconciliation" the reconciliation of Uie Northern Senators and Rep- HescntaUves, and their constituen cies, to the Southern Senators and Uepreseutatiren, and their constitu ent-ies- So far aa the South hi con ooritud, t hat icjiie siitee- tlgnlfled it willingness 10 re reeotKireu. - ir the qoition is open it Is entirely tlie ftiult of Uie Northern Senators aud fcprctonletive. and thclreonttu diicim, Tub Gold Brick. By Mrs. Ann ' v Stephens. The night looks down upon tho frightful . massacre on the. shores of St. Domingo,, of whieh a ship's ercur 111 tlia ornng arc, also silent ItMtdesii ipcctntors. ' They are now- ttrWsa lo- save 'tlio 'i'renr uni of itelpkM wijwen aiiA.oilldr.eii 1 but two persons they do iscue a boy and iu's slave. Upon the rnte of ttdf boy tho story' Is-hnllt Hp." It Is -not- onr Intentiott to Kive any further detaUs, and thus deprive our readers or the ploasnro await ing thera In the perusal of this slO' ryJournah- ' ' ; - We "suppose Jhls Is a iptcimen brleU .But lmw in- the "dickens" chnl4 (hp liip cfef rt theotting" be 'ileut, helpless tyevtatori" of the' "frijtftil- maasaore,;' after "night lodki dowti.r ,Wq regret our coteniporary-i oau't- .'gie iny furUterdotftlls',r;"-.,V , Tin Bo Aiu or Tisrwas to Wstt P01 in. The Preslden has sppbinM ed Uie rollowUig uaiuen persons tq Jtifl Vhltori at yie.apprpacjdng ex Bmliiaiiouat the Untied States Mll Ilftry Acndtlpy at WestPolnCcoin-' hicBcingn-tIie $tti Monday In Juneu: Fp the itaHf VemionW Jlev. JohuNowmsut. ' Ilhode Island -rThbs. li. Turner, of Providence; New Jersey Gen. L. Perrlne, of TmsLan i PenBaylvaula-a-Wm. 9. Jo! nsom of iPlttsburg Delaware X,m r5.,Mioauloy?, Jr.,' of WH m'sniniS ' Viritiia--T Barbour, i luridiw-WnvMariaTVi llasssi i L.oud AiitansM'. Josiah Bna. Texas-ilator'Aaadu-L.i Milla of vtr sluntjftsit M isfourtMjicneral J btPvcBsuiw ' (TenneaseeJludi H. J Xl..LivAur, Kjwtuoky-Wudfe 1 'nbrce. j lmi.itns'v Ja Campbell. lUSnoIs-.J..Jo4 Hi EilntfiH, of Ouiucy. . lVlscouslnJoriii. G. lie- Uynn. uitMsCor.'Jen P. MaT4 tiaSi Of AU-liiiOaV Ol'CL'Onk UoB. J W. Ke"ith. T4 pereowi ap notiiU"! tii roAra-tberMtvee to ' ' r rl; .; ..! A West iPoiot-i! aw : r, var.-i.-. .hi.vru.a.". -t '.la. . ;tof (' . ' f tf y or twq s;;o t f I I . f 'Hi;t;jn of i i. TiT.r. It i e i a 1 i ;.i i. . ii- ..n I yu L - . E -it. r, s J ' 1 3 i i, oiviy C J.efiul.'n.Lu.ft ol'the tcrr..is-urttr wkkh he so kagdwd, but also lor Ids "ju dicial Biaraer. -.What a nightful pleture f iuiaaa aafleringi i tlmt drawn Vy.tbst SiarsaOu. at Forta onro of-MN DavialWhat ad- miraUo affccU.Jinre resulted fc-on the ."hsQaBsve trattent" af General Mihea! 0tsIde atUOirmiclcs of the IqtiktJioit'? thero are very few reports like those of Dr. Cooper nowxjauL Jfl.ujan;.wltJi s bear. tabisifosotu cajt .read that aepiii t without betlimuted. jjyu, and Jtreust Wfl.big wiUi pity aud iudignallon. The Burgeon It'ljs us. ftlial Mr. Dot is has staeJy;,eujoyet1 two hours nnhroken sleep, 0f tho most terrible mctJi r- . r -- . X n V known to tbe offleiaU or ik ii,.t.. HuisJUon oontdsted in disturbing the ajumberajpf prlsotrer avurv h.?Hrf Af e.feleaB Iratup.-of his guards bavt ."niUrU.rteraaged the ( uequa system" of Uie fcarleassul- ewtaataaj a I. aSMSH aw - . . anaa.ai I jthe din, and &pat-Lof . Utile, . "Wuut of aleep,". saya .Dr., Cooper, "Jbis j Jbeau 4be Jfrcat au4(thc prhtt)lpal cause of Ma. Uavhi' utrvooa ekcito-. billty," .The aver Hioving senUoel ' have -tramped to some purpose, ns Proaidout. Dnyia'oondjUon b k cribed by De. Coopar. to the "trump of Uie creakirig boots 'oD thu sonti neh on post arotuid bill pi iaen'." To o frightful a conditioli of acute agony, bos tlus protraoted torUire rrduead the victim, that Dr. Cornier jells us that, "A i .nereov comli Ova i A if ,pj- om.wko. hat been Vfittyti, ami hvnttry tauilive utri r atv'osed (0 Me wares af. found." Tlie blood run cold at the bare thought of s hiimaa being reduced to litest condition by alow torture of- tbe character mentioned by-tlic eMirgeon io charge. . But we hive no Jieart to fallow Dr. Cooper rliroiiJt all the sicken ing, allocking details of his report. Dr. Cooper evidently Lclievtn that frwiVe'if. Davi esimot surn'tic logger cotlflHcttteid; to keep him longer in prison will be equivalent to. potting him to death. Such a I'oport as Uiat of Dr. Cooper would Juditce any. Judge in tho United States to aduut n prisoner to bull, although' charged, with tho vilest crimes. It is impossible that Presl deut Johnson can now sanction the Imprisonment uf Mr Davis for an other day without imporiling Ids own fair IahiT The honor of the nation demauds that the men "who have tortured to the verge of the gravo'B uoblo And rthnttrloii State prisoner shall not ho permitted to escape puuishiuent. Dr. Coopc'8 otHciaT report rentier It nevesnry W,t '.Oti Pl-csldcut should. limit down and puulsh the guilty purUus, (ti order that Uiu Ggverumeut may not be held vcspousiblq for their Wt,. . : ; .. - '' AM ArPBAL TOTHK W0MEM lit THK South. Wo publish this Tnornlng a touching and beautiful appeal "To tlie Women of the South," from the President of The Mcmorlui Asso ciation'' of Uichmoiid, and we in vite Its' careful perusal by idl lo whqtnit is addressed. We feel that we can add no force to Its pnitms sive argument by any remarks tve might be -tempted to make, and therefore submit It on Its own mer its to the consideration of all win have Its noble objects at heart. Jaxsoh Jtbiu. We copy tlie fol lowing front the Missusippian. ui 1 the 3QMU , ,, . . . , jtfMfs We'J,.(v ate plen-ed lq (eaVnldst t lip Wells are. now un dergoing thorough repairs and M ill he ready in a day or two for inc. Capt. MueH gunerously tcudcu the Use of tlie water- to Uie public J'rre qf charge. Before tlie war the water of these wells had a flno reputation for the cure of various diseases, and we suppose it has lost none of lis "bealiiig" properties during the last four years. Try it, Pied. Wo regret to learn Hint Mrs. Daley, wife of Captain David Daley, one of the pldejt residents of .litcksoii'died'siii'ldeiilv in this city it yesterday niomtng. She leaves a. large, circle of relat ives anil friends to uiour u icr loss. The Late Strm We learn tlmt tho Itoite of Dr. Dnlsny, who lives about 10 mites from Jackson, near tho Madison cOntity Hue, was ureal 1.. .i...tt..l . kt. .w.. ij diiii.i vii, uiu ma yii'lHini'B livur- ly inundated by tbe groat storm of Mondiw C Vwuliifl isat, . Wa huard that I'uucb daipgo to tbo armors In dliterent portions of the county has been Oone. The roads lending to this city bn almost blockaded by brush and trees, reiidoriuir it milte difficult travoi wiUi vehicles. ... We lru,Uiat the body of Mr. G, W. Gordon,. 'who was drowned in Pearl river, on but Saturday morn ing, waa recovered on yectprdoy ffnliisr,-.at tha tnouta ar "Town Cretk,1 b aiaett,' dlstanee below.' ' " CVtr-T&i eaUier bn eslerday and last nlglit wa quite 600! for thi season,'1- Warm clothlnwand $m Were Irt'demaud ail flat -1 ; ' s ml thafollowtlag from the Clar ion or we aame ame r , f h ; -4rci't7,--We learn that a eerjf afl'ocUne mxne took ulaos at Uie New Orleans Hoi I road depot res WUajr t'CBiPg U'P niHBtsJait-'lieiiig Uie uuil parting of sundry, school marms wi,h their coloreI pupils of tut- v... v 1 aat'w). SIivU on both aiitHs, It sceme tlie best Of frieqdi must Bomeamee part. 'Jr .tfAafj to Pavf We lenr that tbt . tevetad froediiien's scJioola of tliis Uy-har smluouly sua ituleux pUty suOgadirt o;i-aUus. Have tba Bun.lsi ajreattv . montorM tba tlasice?.Dr 3.iortherii philan threphy p'ayed outr ifrtiaps tne J want riigUTtpTbji dark subject; I: -.t-" set's fcr- .i TrJaU In ISitfana- i UiCi.ii. il.Jtll'U Ol llic L llllcii St a ! vi ; bo n !! i d iy a re- cent a., of Cu;rrs ' I HtiiJiority j toht.lda Kpcciul tern il the Cir- riiitCotiitofthe I'nii nii'lititond, it it ikiw t iu i rv wufrnHv i eonwded that es-Pn Umtt l)nvi. 1 ... , , ... . . ' ' nniwiirain w run ui'Bd charts of "ti-eaaoir' ii hc in lhe mmu'of .Time iir nf J I y next. . , inetriaiwui ijtiin nnat unuor-1 . -. , r luuneeuTi iv. woio mciii hi iw lnll'l'.niuvtrUfc.iipbu-BMlli.MI- J t.r in una or any oti.ei' cuirutrj. formed nor expressed. an opinion Xo such Sl.tte trial cini oei lined I11 to tbe.guUt ofUiB a uuscd." , Englimd. It is a remarkable fact r " icm' of fortj eibt but ti.i 1..' i.i 1 . ,-1 . - , , ; ., 1 four men were found wb ise opin u U,ehi?t.v ,,1 UnhmoBd, that if . lou. wm .ulnolt,Ilt,v Lwidiu Uie trial of ex-IVddmt Davis shall be held there, ihrce.of the most im portant SUite trials whit b buva U kenplace in thi- country , rill , have occuired in that city. . i- Tba history of the two previous trfaiafarc thus given by ' theKieh niimd Times : . . The trial ol Jolm Tliomj son Cal lendnr. In 1S00, for n . edit ions libel npon. Prewhrenl Johit At una, was lite II set of .these fiiuuatu erimitiaJ v"f. .:K . 1 - i Ciillondef, bliiisclf was ,UUo' wor thy tif the-whrrlulnd' of ex lle meiu whkh'his ti'iat Mifit'excitetl. ; He wsaa.AM'aignoBiwhoia repre sented to have been aa dopravow in morals ns he was malignant in usut lHr.' His cfl derive U8 Impor tance from the -flirt tlmi thr 1ciuu mnrlinled tlieir foivea for it terrible eonllU t . with the Kedurnl pnrtt, nmikftHbetniierres of Ills trial.-'olid' 0 tho rude, cotrtempttmsand lirdii- et ui, conduct of Uie paitisna iiutue wiiopresttleU. to tirenk 4I0W I uie alien and sedition law, and, "im peach the Justice of t he Supreme CoBl'., whojiad tiuulfl liimsulf most odious iu mercilessly enfonriBg thmn.. i . ., . The :ilicn and nedtl ion law's pun-b-hed vlttl liiiP hud Iniplisonineii' tiny ,oue ho dibetnlceif ' V'fllt tlis-re"pie-nif 'asperity Hie puldil-' acts of the ' IVenldrni of the Uuiled .Hes.1' (Sllfllidar piibl' Uted a linrali knd vtifgtir poHtltlcal niuplilet lu which he abused Presh em Aditms, For this'he wan indii cd. 011 tbe 28th of May. lSKt. by Hit jraiiiVJu ry for the Ciccull Court i ! tlio Uni ted Mate,' Justice t'hafco imslding. The prisoner was , del mled by Messrc. Hay, Nichols mid Wil l, and tl)b whole course of the .rial wa marked by the mont brutal and iu decent conduct upon thep-irt of Jus tice Clinse towirds tlie i;Miiir.el for tho defence. He refused n ! reoson- ahle and proper motions u a con tillliniicb, bullied and ollled the , eoiint.el for Callcndar. am! played j tlie part ot pio.ccuior 111 a niauner 1 io completely eelhiso tho tlialrlet attoriiry. His rulings were cvl ilenily' dlciated by hitler party feelings, and not by justice or pre cedent. . M'licii' Wirt wits 'hroepptlliitr'Tn argue to The jury that tlifl iilloii and sedition act was iineoustUuiIonal. Judgo Chose iiisiiltlngly. wrdr-retl linn ir. iiw seui. xiie cuuuiavi ,i,ouia be huilereAt in. the regular for the defence theu refiied tour,- a Icks tlauiugiiigforiu. Tlravctv gw the'case. After a long mid via- d-Ki ,VU1 .,.. silul,,y 0lttuB,j Wl tmti:liarjre from Juallcc Uui,e lbe ; lUc us "nut guilty,-' -Burr jnry wtjrcd, and, after an itlKd.li. was jwi admUtud to bail, aud tried !w?,,,0!!r' VrVnR'., ih 11 vcr,lK? autl octiuillcd of lbe charge of iits or"guilry, and tho Conn nt- nt- aeuju.,;, ou the ground thai tlm cd.tallendnr, to nlntf nionlli-, ,j)i-. ofl(,lu.e w uol iroiunili4etl.4u' Vj prisoiitrient,aii.T' imposed Hbe . i 4,.,. ThiiH, eight '1 tttitlis aer two hundred dollar. ( allt ...l..i'. . liaiUiwt, a, aix u ouths afUir Uie was M.be;iuciitly pardoned by Pre.-1 commeuceuimil of , procootliligs iilent .Tellerson upon the eprcv I agiunsfhim in Virrii'.lB. Ifiur was irrolimls "than he law war as libso-; - . "l F T ... . ' t lute a nullity a tf ( oni-rt lUdor deivdns to nill dowii mid wor-iiip a gomcu linage. -The tempest wiilrh ibh trial oc: ctHltiiad' throughout the 1,'iiitrd Stnles at that time ca.i si .htl-' he understood. Tho iicw-papjcrs of that day were, for the. first time, rrtiiiimcd with detailed reports of I be ca-c. Virginia was in a flame ; for, even before the trml. affidavits were circulated In vliicb il was slated Unit, before the trial, Justice Chase had suid he would Lave i)o ud il iVniocrafs on (lie grand jurjV and "Hint he w ould teach the lawyers nf Virginia tho iliU'eri'lice beta ecu' the llberiy ami ieeiitltnp Hf of the preis."' lie also likened It I m, elf to a "srhoolmnster who ws- about lo liirclt a few unruly boy- thev dt'Herved." fit.- political admirers got iiicari ealui't't of this judicial riiHiiin strclcliiitg, lu lurii, Wirt.- Xii'hnl.K, . Hay and other eminent Virginian I across his knee and Hogging llinu , soundly. His rude, eoaivti and in- i',e;eyt Uehai ior duviiu Callettder's ; trial was designed I hiiiuiliate the alilt- and spirited Ii r nf this cilv. iiie ships lie gave Ni 'lu-laaautl I f av. , at the outsul tf the rial, were ter rible specimens of j 11 lieial riideueas, I The oHoudi'il and (HHiilteil law- vers resented the conduct Of Judge : t'hase fQ.llcivoly, 1 tint .lolin Kan ilnlpli, at Uieir iii'tance, preferred 1 articles, of impeach men I against j him, live of them were, based upon 1 "Callendiir's trial." Me was found 1 ;uiltv upon (lie article ' which I charged "nnle, conleiuptitoiiH nud indecent comluci to t'omntf'l, al-, llioiigli aciiiiillel viVti other charge;. Xiitlilng 1ml nartv svm- patby of the Federal members of the Senale saved him from eouvie-1 tiou by a, two-iblrds voir; aud the iiliiicachnieut Ix ssid to have ulterlv rrushed Judge Chase. - ' The next irreal stulc trial, winch ! direelcd lite attention ot' millions tu I the Circuit Court of tin) United! c!.. . in.. 1 1 ! ciHica in uiciiiiivuu, tvtts iniy. iu. Burr, for treoon,vhl(ii 101 micnced pn tbo ifid of May, lHOI Jfleh-' niqntl was then a eity of . nly she thousand Inhabitants, nnd . . Is said that thoro were at the coi. mencc meiit of the trial twice tha num ber of strangers lu tho eity. Vmoug the striking scenes of that di y wss that of bmk, ungiiUily.iiinn. tamed Andrew Jaeksou, j lio is di .- ribod as "uiouiitiiig upon the slci'. pl a corner grocery, i.u4 deiio't icituj Thpiia) defferrioil for the pi rt lie bad. taken , lor ' fi-ustreting ,tlin schemes,' of.Aaron Burr. Tin- trial took place in the present hull of Umi House of Delcnttes, ami the slrug glo fqr aduilwiutt was torrihle. So great wpa tlie number of distiu yulshbdporsuusciaiiiiiiig scats with- ui the bur, tlmt iawicrs of twenty years stauuiug weruexi titrted I10111 Uiclr accustomed seals.' Among the! young men or me town, wno mu suceeetled ill forcing- thj ir way in, WB Whiileld fputt, who tiiuuibered up and stood (oriiuftiy hours 011 the nuuudye lock of the door of tho hall. Justice," Jlarshr.H, presided. at tbo trial. '.assisted if Cvitii ..Grill! 11. Jutlg ef tho District Court of , v. giuiit, Coorgellny, who dcfeudwl Callender- -was "the United ritiitcV Dislrietf Attorney, and with bint Were associated Alexander Mr Crao, Who nt tlie time, of the trial tvae LloiiU'imnf flovcriior. of Vii ;-iiila. Edniuild tUiidotiih, John Wlckliaiii, Luther Mnetin, lnjaiulu Botts and Mack Baker", aplienvetl for liuiT, TIip arand lrloa of llinaa it-va w-- eoniyosed bftbe' toOareuiteVid liml ' ;'" ' ; ; . .,1 r 1 a i i .-. .; Iidtiij.il, I -I", W Ja - '- mil or ( 1 tt ' , aud ; I jurv. .ii tUt in the p'-iie of ''' l'10 ,r "t 'he k "-onuasb ii.i jiantt jhi r n . . .. .... 1 . wiucp so 1 'te y ue at. I'Jt t .ft.. li.i... i.. . I.. ,.. ...i . i... i ratine r.rmvis n ue biila: 4. X Mr. Dovis! ' " at fir Ifisa lli.iu iit . ivaajs fai.l , -. . i permit thera to act as frr r, Tbei-e tv ss but one juiymai peruiuptuvily challenged by Burr, it -niHir ke borne In miud tlmt lie hid, but a short time boforo 1 , ti-inl, killed , Alexander Hamilton in a dt;;l.',V' ' A person who wni being ausaatiiv ed as to his eompcti ncy as ajaror, sharply qucstiouod ud somewhat nettled by Burr's c msel, tnming to the spectators, sai I : "lata sur prised Uiey should b in such terror, of me. Perhaps It i bcwuiso toy name Is "Hauiilton ' '"1MI re-1 mart," exclaimed B irr, "to iuin dent reason for objet Ing to him. I.I challenge him perem toril,"- Out of a second reai're of 'orjtc'ght all naa rormeu untvoraiieBu rm i... 1 a i , vt-iles" a't r w iifiiva, ftui 1 Of UU "prt'iii- C! tl." Jl.n.i 1 victor of 12 i, and matter iooMedlpWomnf fj? H W P"' of c ' that the counsel for fltt)iiigsin tltf woiJdjjAjepsl-,- to tite accused, so. desperate tho defence moved to oiiohIi tbe trial fmifinT'coiftd Ue obtained. A Jury, A iiowever. was a maw owe in tu oy rtrmipo Huw, lo Wtct eight iii- ' I.I L . . . .. f 0 fa) asai wervauuts av.w"ur ftlivadsaulscted in the nsUBiwfir The prorarement'iof .JirnAiia occiippiedlrom the aeetMid 4ertho aeVenteentb of Auiinst, and smttjit l dsy tlie examination of Ha ivltl- nesses tor tue. .uovcrnmt p,t.m nieuced. nTbe exomin: Ustui of tbe wlutesses' and , tlia.: Brumaut of counsel ontitted. trost lliMe on toeuth, to. the twenty-a gut, wlon Chief JuatW virtually decided the t famous opinion, t the . which oeaupiod Uiorc. .hours. Jfo "overt act" ttl f Ani '.liar kali se by Uutt ca liti ?trf ttaiitii'int'e , f ts aoii hud been proved against Burr said tlie Occasion or Wars, all that "nil testimony relative to 'bscojuuej or dcclai alioiui of the pi : suiter, 4 where and subsequently Uic.tmoi- aclion on, lilannsiiiosi-iti ssiMttl (the alleged overt act. of t eai- V eiin bo admitted; because a ich. es timony bolug lit Its nature mernly corroborative, and inooim:icnt to , prove tlio overt act in iUelf, ia.ir-! ! relevant until there can bepr(,faf, t...... n-ttli thnao Itiati'iirllntta roll int. e,lie following qiiaUtled rerdk". af arquttal : "W.e, oft he jury, lay l.iat Aaron Burr is Hof viorrd to V tjuiltu under tho ludiotmcaby any cvldenco submitted to us. - We therefore ilud liiiu uot guilty.1 . This verdict greatly excitetlBnar,1 who at ouce .-pntng to bia feet, and uilh irrnul nrlliiiimiit of maaHnr UXl ngitiiiat the form f Uie ; h.aidttitciit, and tleiuaikdcd .tholit I'lll IIUV... ! - lii (,i The trials f Cttlleudar and alutr, in their day and gcuersuou.oocbain ed tbe attcutiou of U10 whole Rat tlon, but compared witlt the pjopof sud trial of tbe ex-Prcsideut, oUhe Coufcdeiale Slates, Uiey shrink in to absolute insignificance Ctilleu dar was a low, brutal aud drunken hack writer, whoso causa waa es poused by a party Uiqo rising into power, to Buuihilate . lie t'stleiul Pai'tv. Burr, was au uiiprliiciulad. , disappointed udventurerj ,. w1 os 1 real object must mways rum 111 a I question of grnvc doubt I. Tlie distinguished ud unl'orlu- 1 natc statesman who is soon to bo : tried .is Uie representative Of the j millions who agreed with him in smitunciil, and who conferred upon him unsolicited and ihuigom s hon ors.. His character as e man .ifttpot, I leas integrity, ability, and Christian ; v irtue, is not questioned, nor is It 1 pretended thatac is Uie author and ' principal promoter of fie lulu civil i war. Thousands wlra? ere 6i motv ; :u'tivein iiiUlating bntilliii. fi than j Itbiiielf have burn long .sine par, dourd. lix ai.onI. mere y 1 saoou-. I sequiMiac (if having belt a iigb of 1 Hce, is to be tried for hi j lie. " . , lu tltia trial we rccog iise the ar I raiguiuent and pmsocu . on uol of I one man, but of tin entire section. Ilenee in dlguity.nud iiiporutuce il will be the most iuipirtnnt trial wiiicn nas ever oocurrtu. 1 ... . Jail But akiku. Nil p prisouers succeeded iu breaking ostoi our jail Tuesday evening sbovl S o'clock. ScYpipf, them negroci; Huggei ty, Duncan (wliltcs), Abe Perkins, Ba'e Mitchell, and Abe Wilkbis (c;, we; r all under sentence to ten esri eacii in the Suite beiiiteulia ,'. Wash Jenkins' aiid Alf Huston, .waiting trial; Caleb Johnson and Sam Brown, lorving out the tines impot ed on them. They had tiled through the hinges of tho grating d Styles, tliejauor, ,1. wt t.r Qor, and whou air. 1..11 went Int. the lull, A I . .... t k . . I . . X t I . 1 t a luer miwkcu. mm uown, rvn tnio. the street and started for parta.uu known. Iloggerty waa pun .ed by a citizen, who, after on excltlt taca brought him to a s'snd through the lunueiice of a revolver, and oaee more lodged iu prison. Our attention has botu'caUuita Uie tact, that much Itbvui Is at ladl ed to the 5menntondci t of the, penitentiary aud otber oflciais at Jackson for not removlim tho lis- oners, aa theybavobeen repeatedly.,! notineu ortiio Uiscurity oi our au. Sheriff Hunter has several times wrltteff'to Jacksuui iircUis that those who arc to be removed, slionld, bo Immediately sent format Uis eeu-r. dit lou of the jail was alien, that Uiey were 1101 . Ecciiro, . Aiiams county ak.MH l. . 1! j has tha, fbrousjb tit) uegiigeuco ut, i our Jaeksou fi lends, lost hw reiHTi' : m:muiinu lu r...ii.,..it... jatcjiex Ueuioorat. a That Adsms bbouldi oeo her rep- ro-eiils.tiou We very inmili regret- But the penitentiary js hot complct-"' ed.' and cauh'ot acuoui wodtitaj all persons entitled to ! IU-ilMSienhaw Noii, uawavwy iitut there is a newj aud effluient Eif!ftrtnteiident of thrtt liiBtituilou;;We tut nifc'.y guuutao tbut ilier ' w'm be' UtUe eauta of eompUdnt ;in the ftiture,'' on Uie f score tnohlirineit bv-the Democrat ' A'.iiioveuieut to ,'Hrult the fdallf taks cH ' " y t , y n 1 e n 1 printers i to'ali'tit hnnra wS ai. i-t.r . In I Coiigtas 6ii MojiOiy. ;'f . .'-f-:.- A- .1 tiiU t J f - A ''!'" i ,1 , ii.m v. " - il Jack 'Ala.. , of StTuUi C rv. r.;..t,V Vl.uli e.fi r.'ai Mwsisittm's' Ksvkov TERIlta lAci-r-C"'.'''!?! A- H - The remejubranee of r v deiic DtIS 1 wours'suciii at ('on!" 1 til. ver usj as we f Let' that' our oU'" mi to t'ia open, ita d'- f.,r Jltai-e-'i,.o"jui'" '. iiU .ccption of Vialiori. properties of the water aiv Uie beautiful and roipi""c1"''" in '.! NttraatWhraeitl. . 1 i ftet$iictg&Mtil'tM,' ' et.u4d, ' It'sV ey'4f 'Ic&o.. fi orut her -rbM aridaWliBVeVnooubt 'iU' a- looB' 'wTH' s6o"Isr,'iiii1-rf-t'und wWlrBitnaie 'af tin tryliiu'l-hler BWhsaiiyarbilllni feet" 'u 'j 1 lill. Tn WQJtAJt Jo,Lqvtt.-rTo. be a for pothlng. you'get, .amllo on. all mauiiu.l'bMt. yonr bnaband, hjin py every where 1 but jiAjjbooe ,.n.g lect your children aud( fr ,a ftogs jgo to"church" eve'ry tiiue you , ' eht a new diess." .. ..,, f. n.To be lovcda woman finisl.Jse. a ciirisiian. 1 ncre is no. k" S . tracllVe ki'a ak'iiclifleit" liearl.". .fjen- Vide" piety Vul' 'accuiVwtS'WalB '.oVe,'1tlieii''fhe excitrmeut .pt.thr the giiUy whirl of 'fashion ha's, 'passed away: '-- J 7 Lawleaaaiaaa 1st !TlBa)laaa Cesjpty. . a; s. n. ,tt. .tiuney,-!Os. maniauu - . 1 . . r n v .. f ,i.J:A1 .. coniMv was apnroaciiCM.in iuarcu by 6no Uariier Warren with a prop osition to nnito'witll' hith In horse stealing at ifJOO per mouthy which Kbiacy refused. - In April he wa, - was summoned before t'io , riuiu Jury,' stated the . proposition, ..and that Warren threatened to steal nil tba mules of Mrs. E.' Lott .beeanso W. B, ot t bud offered tr Pay - 500. to. hare him driven from the country. Warreli boasted of bis ' coDrcderntesj" miming Wm.' Tuckw and eight others ;'saUl his banditti opoiwtedln this State nnd Alabama, !jubsoiiioiitly, . J'Wild Bill" Tuoker came to him, pointed his' pistol at him, and told him bo would be kill ed if he ever divulged WarreriV propositiou., Ou tbe .litb of May ' "Wild Bill" came to him -while he was tilling In U10 door of hls-'Own bouse w ith bis child in his, amis, spoke to him, holding bis gun poiut (d ot bis head,T.aud' threatening to Mil him If be moved. J KinneV Tothitn satMlooVaiid was! told the i ! t re clan tiad sworn te Mil lUin.seu iiisee tint bas 'received sevcrp" rr?v gca to tio sumo en'cet. .Kim. v' makes an Appeal lit the CV.?'ton t 1 sxen to tlio eltixcba aud br protection, which) 0 1 ; ,! ' be speedily acuorod biuu. -Jt 1 -' such higli-handod otltlawn T with the severest punii hir end can say 'hia U& is. Ins suoli uiouare permltWd the lv. of Uujir vicious natures.. .i,.. u ' jQy DesennHnjf on our badmBfff', relative to tho "Press"Ct)0vcut!o4 -and the Jnekson jraocs," Ycrgcr Sayl: - a . The following excellent chirp Is ffout the bird that flutters; in tho sanctum of the " Vlcksburg Ileiuld.. Tlie diffleiiKy we labornnder lit the coining contest Is Sliaimon's tongr legs, and light, weight, but m w have the "bloo.l'(ot tho Uernld) audi t(io I'boi'oin" f.6r the" WoU-tnitb) our frier ' are staking high on oilr ucce , freetvT givkig-odtts. Tho. charudt", bride over the way, the Quecu of Love aud Beauty, is .daily, pracilciii;; for (ho occasion before a rnll Icngtb mirror nho has recently purcLucd a "waUrlulut" with which' 10 adorn tia-r cUumlUi head. Shehiokt beai til'ui 111 her spiral elliptic pro-, scnt.'d us, nnd she expects to. look in-.fo so. when she dons the, Ultimo", lbe , gift of i-fhe stalwart groom, liiiuiilton.hias imnUtasesl ten down of soda water, wliieb. the etb. itor Jl lii;; Herald is expeeted t constiui before broakfa.st . be will ,ier.'orin double duty, at his ow .rci ' si, und taUi eotut on early as 'iiigns relief." ... (;,i jsjf. A'o tatcjihe following from' tho Bra .Jon Bepubllcan. ' We re-' ', turn our lekuowle'ilgmchtsj to ltbe 'iwnttnlt .eo for tin 'Inrltaribni to'iic' V urcieni Wu trttst iiie 'bobljj objoH' will e is'irc a large Wfohaain-e, hot' only from tho iniiiicdinlo'Ue1ht)or-1i , liood, b-it from' other sections of the' ato: ' "":" " - 'I PD rEl'-OWS' ftBAMD FANCT PBESS ' Afll) MASK BALL, FOR TUB BEKEar nt or 111K widows and obpiiaks. The hiemlrs of Brandon Lodu-e "" No. CI. I. O. O. F., arc making pre parations for a rand Fancy Iiivas l! and Mu-k Ball, to ho given" ou then evening f tho 121b of Juueiai; the benefit of the wldB.ws and orjihaus. ofthc deceased brethren. Tfieiiautci' " of he managots is a sufficient gtia.1 anlrc Uiat it. Will, be 'properi'jTctMaii ' dr.rted, aud that nothing will ocenrx ' 1 . . Q evening if the ilu. of Juuelai; the. iu w.niu auoiuiiiuvg, OI tbOr most delicate, refined aiid sensitive lady. We know there is prejudice In some minds against nnuk bolls beeeur"' persous of ' bad cbArnefcr gain euniittanre to thofu, buf"bnr ft lends have gnardod Bgalust'"'fnat"' by appoteUhR n cnmrniitee of -ectt. tlemen to' examine every 'personn ho euiere with ' his' or he -mask ! on. It nitnrt1 hot be"tinderstoott" that, because! tJa an, Odd Fellowa bull, none but Odd Fellows are ad- " iidttcd. ' It il given by them forthd purpos of assisting the poor ani , needy widows aud orphans, of thoirv. 1 doceaaed brethren, aud itll-wsnect-. ablo persons who wUh to contribute ' - to so laudable ail object, are invited" T' to come. A splendid, banal oGmustc l baa been secured, aniagniticeiit t"n. atll i. x 1 . p " ii" w-n u wu an, uiio cverv ne- - u. j , ,.n . 1.... . . v ... . .., raepieiit .will ,bej matlo ;f( r f-o comfort and flonvcfiieneo of all wiirt1 attnrf.' W(-aiiu,..,M. '- v. "".S time,, and snpest to'the yonng Uemen of Jackson, Vkksi.i-r . t w ton; Clinton, 'Mormi, r e - . 9uV' ' othir neighboring towin,'tl.atilriui? don can t be boat for bandnome,1 In--' telUwnt, puixt, lovely, -healthy, ajid joy stlgirlsjand that sewrnlfji thcm wonld consent toafe- ! ry fltra s Clever, fellow,. pn.t 1 Jed' hei hasT.' ! WJ?i..,":va. "-a. iau.ua - v a, uaaaaw aai (wv, ton .. .; t. 1.. Miss. j J .j' it . '