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'9 BY SAM. P. I VI. VS. ATHENS, TENNESSEE, Fill DAY, MARCH 22, 1872. VOL. XX NO. 22.5. T ' l ih S . ' r THt POST IH V.. il.lSNKO KVKIIV . ' -SPAV. At I'wo Uuiliii'M it Vein , I'.tyilhlr In idriincr, T N"i tttiMitlnn paid tonrdersfor tlii pa pur tuilc.s accompanied by tlie( a-li . Advertisements will be charged il.flo MT iii:ir(! of tmi line, in1 li'. fur tlii ti rl. Imcr tioii.aml T.'j cpiiIs for :i' li con t i n t n f . A -iliT:il deihietinn madeta purlii". wild advi'r tlp bv tli vpar. fVT IVrson sending olvprtlspiiiPiits sliouh; mark tin; number .it' tiling they desire tlu'lii nn'rtcij, or they will In iitlniip.d until for. bill iiii'l chargpd accordingly. Transient advertisements tinil be paid for t the limp nf insprtlnti. AiiniMiiirhi'-' names "I' candidates for oilier, J.j. Mil, Cash, in nil n - . Obituiir untices over live lines. charged at regular advertising rates. All eoiiiiiiuiiicatiniisintendP'l to proinutcllip private ends or interests of Corporations, So. pieties nr Individuals, will b I'li.irgcil as ail. . ,..-in. . 1 Job Work. such a- Painphlpts. Circulars, Cards, lilanks. Handbills etc.. will lit oxe. putted In good style and at reunniuihle rules. All letters addressed tot lie Proprietor will he promptly attended Id. Communications, In sccunp Insprtlnti. mint hp ii.-i'iiiiipanipil liy the nanip nf tin1 authors GENE RAX DIRECTORY. Courts at Athens. Chancery Court - I Inn. 1). .M. Id . hmieellor: Court nn i'U llli .Mondays in May 'ami Novoin (iit: .1. .M. Ili nili r-iiii. ( h i'k ami Master, nllii v at ri-iilenpe, Main street. Circuit Court-Hon. John II. 1 1 y t . Judge; Ci.nt llli .'t - -J. I .Mondays in April, Augil-I. ami Docciuhor: Jolin Shiver, Clerk, oilier, in Hip t ,'niirt House. Cniintv Cniirt- Win. (i. llnrtnn. Chairman: Quarterly Court meets lt .Mondays in January, April, Jiily ami October: Oit'U'imi Court meets lt .Monday iiiparh month; l,on. Iilianl, Clerk, nllice in t hi Court llnuo. tin Kit Ciiintv oiTiri:i:s-John A. (ioiihlv, Slicrill: ll. W. Hv.lou. Triistpp; W. M. JvpIIp.v. Tax Colled, m Win. C. Iavi, K'gi-lcr: Tho. Shi'i'inan. I oroni r: A. 1''. Ivilh, Public Admin istrator: W. Hetty-. Public (i,.ar.l ,ai,;,lo. J. I villi. Hall','' !'. Athens Post Office-The Mails. I'p. or En-tern hound Mail, closes at s.2o.. M. Down, or southern mul Western liouinl Mail, closi's at .'l.:in i: m. Sulphur Springs, via Sewce ami I'in Hook, Iliree times a week leaves Jloinlays, wpilnes- lays mul Kriilays. I'ikeville, via Dpi atiir, Washington Smilh'. ! X I!.. ails, twice a week- leaves llli-silav- mill , Kl'lilays, al li A. M. , Cngliill. via Cautrell's X Itoaib, nnce a week leaves Saliirilays at s ,. 5!., ami returns same lay at ."1 1 M. The Mail, for llenti'ii. Dil.'ktown ami oilier point-in I'nlk county, are si:pplii-il via ( l"Ve. I ill. I. ami leave lli;it silllt I wiee a Wi'i'k. M'HI- l.'ivs anil Thiir-ilavs. - Church Directory. M. K. Cm kcii, Sol "III U.v. It. II. I'e'ir. Pastor Spruces every S ililnlh: I'di.t )l i-I. ing every Weilin'silay night. Sahlialh Sehoul in tlie morning, Maiis llll.l. I'ltrsnVIKI.'IA.'.' ClIl lU'll l.ev.j .!. A. Walli", I'v-lor si-rvi'-e. every oilier Mb-1 Path. S ilibath S.-biinl in the evening. j M. t;. 1 nciti 'H." 11:111" Id'V. X.d.T-ivlor, I (tor Si i'mc - ev. tv S-lil.ilh: IVn. r M l ing --r Weiiii' -.il'iy nigh:. S le. ili i 111 Hie oinrniiig. Hii'l'lst ' ' 1 1 1 ' i: -1 1 l!"v . .1. It. I.e I" t r s- rvi -. Coin lb - il tb in - -li . "iitli ' N. M l-i'llie H ill. -r. I'u i.'s Ki'i-riiC ' 1 ;iri:i"i !' I. r Masonic Directory. M' riili n Sin. I.n.lgi No -.a ,. r. a- . M '- -on- A c tiobe-on. Wor-bi.iui Al a-or ItegUl.'l' .Meeting. I.-' Illl'i oil Sallll'.l iy li'uiil- ill each liii'lilli. M -.Minii Cliapler. So T I. Itoval Arch M i .Mm K. slover. High i aie-t llegtilar Mceiim;. 1st Momlay night in p icIi iu aith. Good Templars. I'elee I.iiiIkc. No. 0'J, I. ll. (i. Ti'lnpl 'I' .lolin I,. Allcp, W. C, f.. Uvular M.eling Thursil iy nighl in each week, a; Ma-oiuc II II School Direct.'-y. cask ciikkk Acviu-mv: I Hoi;. oghill. ill fllll Vil'W ol Chilbowee .Mnllllt I II-. Itllllil- Ing. Sixty by l''orly feet, two .lorie-. I.il. ry. New, but growing, 'JIT iiliimu-. Ilo labng llollsp. In care o! Mr.. I. S. Knox ami I olv, tlui stories, vi'i'V inn ,ii i. ii I . Teachei-..l. . Itrnii -ner. rrineijial; As-i-l oil., Ali-s Al. Al. Alavliebl. Mis Sup c, Carlock. Jli. X. .1. . lion. - I'npils. Present ' e Ion I !: in g" month. ::i:!. Charges, lower III:, li at any oilier Ill-til 11 1 i-.ll of' same gr ole. so l ir a. known. Cnnr-eof Sluilv. I Moilernie.l hut thill gh. A Colli '.'iale De- ; parlnii nt will bpaibleil at el I' pri-etil ti'iin. KAST TKN.N. WKSI.KVAX fNIVKIIslTV: boeaiioii. Athens, on Hip line of l lie I), I'. V a. Alia. Kailroail. half way IipIwppii KiioxviIIp nml Chattanooga. Ililibling, seventy by Filly feet, tlil'ei! stories. Library, over inmi niluiui's, lloaril.lu private families, liu'liiiling room, fuel, lights mul wa-hilig, yll.otl per week. Ttachcrs, X. K. Cobleigh, Prcnleiit ; Assist nuts, W. K. K. .Mi I bin n, ,1, .1. Al anker. K. A. Alice. Mi., M. Al. Hauschibl. Miss Mary Ma son, Ali-s Helen Itosworth. Plliis.!l.-iin regit, lar daily atteiidani'c. Cliargej luoderatp. Course of study thorough. John Stkimikns, John II. Ki.vnn STEPHENS & FLYNN, (i K x i; It A I. 4'O.M.II I N St I W .11 i: It 4' 11 A 'MX IN irain, Flour, Provisions, Hay, &e. Von y t h St ree t A T I. A T,t , U A . Agents fur the Sale of Cotton, Yarn-.Osiia. burgs, Slipplings.siilitiiigs, l.iine, Salt, etc. I F liefer to the Hanks and Mcn hants of Atlanta. IJbPr.il Cash ad vanepsniadcon Consignments July l,IMTO-t)-t:iA . R. Sl'URI.OI'K. J. M.Nri'KI.OCK. (iKO. J.OOOI1I1KJ1I. .11. U A. 1. 1. A, II Kit, with S. 1). SPUULOCK & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS, AMI C O T T O X V A CT On?, Ho. 34 4'or.4'ollrirc X llroud. X AS II V I L LK, T KX X KSS Ii K. -Ijtelunlve Agents for Annl slientingi, and I 'i ntra I Colton Yarns Frb.'i.'. ISiT- pdly ui J. A. 1 1 KS.KV A 4'4 4'oKltllt. RK ritnniiiK a lirst-class lllack Smith Shop, and an- prpparpd wilh material and irnoil worktiii'ii In do all kinds of work. TIipv nl ways ki-pp A large lot of shop. made linrse sliopSjOfthehesiPprsiinmon I'rppk Hammered Iron. lFeb.2J,la-tf--HJl Wll.l.l.AM Wll.MAMS. .1, C. SlXUIiKS. M. K. Wll.l.lAMn. EAST TENNESSEE BOOK HOUSE, kxox vill v., t i : n x i:ss i : i :. WILLIAMS, STURGES & CO, WHOLLSALr: AND IJKTAIL Bocksslleis a n ' Stationers CO X S T A N T 1. V O X II A X ) 1'iAXos. AC('():ii:oN.sft,,onl .mm cai!Ii;t oikjaxs, VlOI.IXS, Dia'MS, Gun.wis. i'i-U'ii:sj . A Spli'lKlid AMi'llli'llt ol'Ktl'iliKN A Larjfe Stock f Sheet .tlusic and M r S I (.' J ( ) K s, WAIX I'AJ'KIiS, SUA !.!, ri(Tn;i:s and i-.jajius, ror.vrv tortsr i:s:coicis. a n it a fdifial a k o r t in lit of 15 I. A N K IM)( K S. Wp liii-iallv Invite the altinlion of .Mer chants In our iioi.axii.s: ii:9iicrtn. i Knoxville, Aic. ", lri-lv-IPJ J I M. Y I I L I A M s IS NOW V, KC K I V 1 N (i AND opening' out one of the largest Stocks of FALL & WINTER GOODS, ever brought to the South Side of the county ''insisting of s'f VM.i: ti Vi IIC1 ,HS. of all ilceriplioiis. ,;, ,;" ,,.,, ... ..j ,,.,,, ........ ....... ..I' !...!. I w-T,. I . 1 1 , I! I.- VI ...l , I i ,T 1 1 1 VI : I ..., , l.,,..i.v ...... ..,,,1 i.wiiVp. !nli .OimI. 1 irorerics, Drug.. .Meilieine.. I'ainl-. Oils, I've sum., ,vc. 1 fact pvervlhiiig il tnkn Moek. Tiii-.v liaveall b. pl'iei's. ami Hill bp -n Ac 10 make a c inipb le i n bought at I a-h 11 a low a. Ibe same tiooil A S II III! . eall be boll lion D II In lor A I! T I) K. I Wnlll.l .ay to all Ml) obi ell toluol's ami Ibe examine lioo,. No trouble lo public 'j' nerallv. to e ill ami e atol Price, heiore buying. .llosw I iooil. alol price-, j I IlllleH's X lioail-. I lei. '.'li. I jn-t STACY & ANGEL, knox vim,!:, T i : n x i :ss i : i:, .MAM FA Tl'lir.llS OK II Mot h. tiitl'i'.. J;'i -I- Ti ill . ; I ....-I, l;. i. iilio A- I F L E S, ! i' - a ! . itol 1! el i i I Dealers ill :: f.ci;i!3o '',i'ii'i?ft,'s. I'll. I. .. 1. 1,11 AI.ll.Ti.il- llli.' II ! - i; TACK K I. Alio 1 1 ii,.'.! b'l. . for I." ii I'o n r - sporli r.: all ' ami I'lisi , M.l-I 'feline Al ioiic (liemral A: li r the iWeed ewinrr Machine. .... . .. ., 1 lie ,, a , i .lo.i 1 1 1..- I I "1 .1 ,1 l l, , I I 1 I Di HAiiM.ii v. ami i:.sv lii. xxiMi. ii i- un-siirpa-.eii. Call at . I i ml. 1 mil's. A I hers .ami pxamiiip Hip fmiiilv f avoiilp. I Alar. li !'. IsTl-U-lsTl' A. F. KEITH, 1tori,' -ti l,:in Mid Si,li, i:or il- li:iM'ei', i A X D IM' II Lit' A DM l X I s T I! A Till!, lor Ale.Minii Coiiulv. Will practice in the . Courts of Hip llli .ludieial circuit. i.wicK-im whitesi., a riii;xs. ii:xx. I .Ian. I, ISTg-ll-l!4 W. T. LANE, A 1 1 e r n ; y and Solicit o r, a v ii i': m, 'i' i: , i: i : i:. ril.l. I'li.MTK i: ix Tin: i'oi i.'th , 1 1 Jllille ial Di-lricl. oitii k at ll Nice thrl'lerk and Ala-tprof Hip Clianccrv Court. : Xuv. II, IHlu. ly-l.'il j 4i. T-. IM'WXi:!.!.. II. I. j OFF Kits Ills rHoFF.ssloNAI.sF.HVICKS hi Hip piiicii- of Mv',1: in tl"' pra. ticp "urZZut,. one mile east of Allien., at the Max Ib id plan Oct. iii, is;i.:hii.'gu:i M4ii,i:4 ,! ii ti:i4, MANCfACTtltKIl 11V QliO, W . M A Y 4 , JI.4ll.i4:4ril.M'. Tlvli.'M'Msil'.l':. Hi IS WoltK IS Al.l, tiooD AXD Dl'l!.-ia Up, mid liiaiiulactiii'pil ol Hie be-l mate rial. Harness ma. p ami repaired of the be-l ol stock and n I'lipap n such work run he done nt nn v shop in F.a-t Tciiiipsspp. Oct. 21. is:o-tf..- ti. W. MAYO. BOOT AND SHOE SHOP. G. W. WOOD rXFOItMSTIIK CITIZKXS OF ATIIKXS Iiik, near ihe Souih Coimr of tlie square, lir.t rnoiii up sta r. tun ri'spict ii v so icils work. : lip will usp nonPbut llmliPs'i !li,.erJnl, ami from liin experience nt the liusiiiesn feels nil. lent thai hi. cin ;i r siililn-t ion to all who favor him with their ou-tom. His prices will not he exorbitant, but according to llie rule in nvi'iimi ll'l IIVI'. It. II, lflF, Alliens Ti i.n., Xuv. si. IsTl.ain-.'iw IMIMITIVI.I.Y 'I'ltl I'. IltOM AXD A I'TKIt TIMS HATE. WE propose to Jo Inisiiipss on n Nlrictly I'ay ! ii.Jt'jslcm. We will take in Pxi'haiigpfortiiHids. mid ilplils due lis, nil irood counli v I'milupp, at thP very highpt ninrkct price, and we will not he un-Jet-old. A.C. KOIiLSOX A (.0. AthciK.Jan. It, s7-.'-tf.JI4 ClAR Load n.VLIIEL Ar,T Folt SALE ;it IXov.ta.'Tl-tf TLKLElf'.s. altr SPost. Athens, Friday, March 22, 1872. Dclawaro Pencil Crop. Tlie iK-nt'li-irrownr of licluwiicn I ft mcoliiii.' last work inn) report pi osici'U ttiif t'r nit nvi'Ctim? rrii. A lull crop ii csliniHli.'il nt three million of Imn- keis worth i tut t mil i it v ilollni's, mul mi. mis- the i-xpeiin! f,l pirkinj;, frcliflit nnil noiniiiissions, n r i ii if to lliu oroweis r:ust Tennessee Marble, Tin; 'rem mul lltruld of the liith says : There are vast quniililies of vui iirnleil inai lile in Kast Tennessee, and this kind i of tnai lile is in demand ut St. I.oiii-, at j eight dollars per fool, provided il is sol-1 id that is free of cracks or llnw. Il would he a great source of revenue lo this section of the State, if capitalists i would lake hold and develop the niarlilc intcic-ts. Heath of sin Uarly Settler, The dealli of Mr. )avid Slielhy is noui d in the, (lalve.lon Xtir.t. tn- occurred in Austin county, I exas a tew days ago. I was one of twenty-live who emigrated lo and set I led Austin's (,'olony in Isi'-J, and passed ilirougli and : look pari in all the war sceni's of llial ! troubled territory wl the I. one Slur Stale. lie I' p.,in,.,i, ;., , , " ,. .... . ! iiualilv niir clever Ian s to e.'cct and inn 1 """,',"", j""'111 "'" ' cliiors-iii-chiel ol tlitt t i-.-toi-ie. furnaces. rJllii,.,' mills tanne-l The KoI of the Thief. great dailies, ns it is easier lo manage 1 ries, maeliine shops, etc., to open and! The New York VVW.v of .lanuarv I'lli" Continental Hotel, New York, llian 1 work luines, iuiproveand fa-hion iniple-1 .... i . 1 in .! ia,. .i ) ,n ,,, .... i . menls and double the present product i contained a long eulogisUo uniele . la-, I'"'"' ' ;i h. scuient .. .laumnt. A ,!,. ,,,,, ,,.,. !0 ,,., wc ,.. j vor ol Ihe tirant Admiiiislralion. and praetical publisher ol a religious news- j t of It-ll Hint, -els sleaililv against I sixle.'ii thousand copies of that number paper says: He who can preserve the sc.;,,,,,. shores and cea-e to be vi-ilcd and of the paper were sent o the lidding renily of his temper, the sweetness of annoyed by hard limes j room of Ihe House of Itepresenlalives, lo lie folded and placed in wrappers al (ioveriiuienl expeii-e. This is on Ihe euilingent outlays which depieie Ihe Treasury a:n rol, the people. The Kamic Plant. The ramie plant, says the New Or leans J'iriiin,n; continues lo enli.t l tenlion in many parts of the South. It is now generally conceded that il will he a prolitable crop, more prollla hie than sugar, eollon, rice op tobacco, whenever a machine is invented which w ill he to the ramie fibre hut Whit ney's saw gin was origiiuiliy to the cot. ton 111 i ii'. A machine is all that is nee-es-ary to make it in a few years one of Ihe iiif.ht valuable crops in Ihe South. 1 I'ol.'liiul (iossip. I A Wasiiinglon (ii-palch says that the recalcilrant Hepiihlicans have decided lo send a Senator, probably Tiplon, lo ( 'ilici u un I i lo conler with I he Liberal 1,'e- ' publican Convention. Sunnier, Trum bull. Scliiiiy, I'entoii nml Tipton have had repeated conferences, ami have agreed not lo abide bv Ihe action of Ihe action of I'hilailclphia Convention ir n,,lllill,il,,s(i ml. hill look lo Chi- ciniiali for a candidal! S li in nrr is iin- ili'l'.tood lo he lor I la vis Victoria's Orot.m John llrown.'.llieen Yieloi iu's grouili. ho was go.sippeil about so si'anila-; loii.lv some years ago. is now a ilemi hi'i'o since he rescued her u:iijesiy from thi'emptv pi-tol of an eiuply-lieadeil fanntii' a week or two ago. It will he reuii'iiihered that the "tjucru's hook" made a gooil mean people seem very mean in reference "to that faithful ser vant." Since his conduct on this re markable occa-ion Ihe press prni-ec him and the world feel- kindly towards him. Truly, if a man wail long he will have hi- time. The Stars and liars, Wc find this paragraph going through the papers, credited to nobody : ;,., ., -p. Uenuregard is reported to have reeenllv expressed the hope Hint ;,, IP cv,.t 'u 0-ii.'ii war the "Slurs ikus" would he adopted as then,.- lional battle flag, in order to ! Southern valor nml patriotism. ' Now, in our opinion, fieneral I'eaure ' gard never uttered such words or en : lei'taineil such a sentiment; if he did, I he is not the man we have been pleased .to regard him The report is no doubt fabrication Irom some suggestive Kadical mipd. The Stars and Mars we worshiipe(i when they were thrown upon the. breeze, but they are furled now, ami no hand can loosen the bauds that enfold them, and hence no eye shall see t h cm floating before an admiring world again. The people of the South saw the Stars and liars go down with diil regret the downfall of the Con fed , . ,, . . . c,acJ'. ""' r the inainlenance of the notional honor of these, United Stat ;s tve are inclined to think their "valor and natriotisin would he siiHicicntlv rous- , - ., c,, - ... . , . cd by the Stars nml Stripes to prompt them to quick mid decisive action. I Pr.miAi's it is not ns generally known jnsit should he, that salt put. into the mouth will instantly relieve theennvnl-1 ivn mnveiiiptilffi nf lily nlllipp tn l.tl- 1 drcn or animals. Tiittrt: drinks per dav cost a man 5ll'p.2.1 a year, or, wilh simple interest added in, il costs Mm upwards of $i,.VK) every fon years. Journalistic Alolcsceiic. Hard Times, The Amcrii'iin ,l,)iir)i(tlint inys nnil AVc find the following travelling snyn It well, too (hut pdticntlon, , with round ereilitcd lo un exchiiMi,'n : nil iis I'hiislcuiii',' nnil rcf'iiiina Inmlcn- We itro Inst liccoiiiin it nation of clci, often fails lo repress iintaral feroci-1 nclieniers lo live without work. Our tv. A ivro. when he akrrmla (he eili-1 '"' 1101 ,n' "r , , ; , .. . , liner n mips lire crowilui"; into rities, tonu! Inpo.l, IVeU an in-esistilile itcli-: ,.,.rkships ami piistollii'es ; i ii lt anil iiii'liniilioii to "pitch ililoconie- Imnllv one Aincrican frill in iwh liuii hoilv." csiipi'iallv into his rival contoui- ilri'it will do lion-e work lor wattes. porary. When we liud that one news. paper writer has pul.ltslied ms tifiLjii- hor ns a sneak," a "skunk," a "loud," a "pot-hcllioil Moat," wo know Hint ... . , .. . . joiiriinl is vet in iis ndolesecnt period. We know that wriler, though he may! thrust with a wield a Hashing rusty hodkin, cao'iot seiinclar of I steel! We know the society" thai a - . ... , , , . , . plaiuls such u.ieranees .s raw and prim - Hive. We smell (he prairie llowers, or r.'iliier we see pri-malieally, 11 phanlas - magoria ol una. malic swamps, sliiuv miasmatic, swamps. alligators, and eoatlcss men silling on! Iiarre's in corner groceries shaking with the chills. The lile of a newspaper publisher, : cleans him out, and lie starts West to i who is also its editor and printer, isi1""-'" a-''""' , . 1 , ,,. , . ! t e must turn over a new leal. Our doubtless a harnissiiig one lull ol (lit-1 1 1 . 1 ... 1, ... 1 1 Hi . Ilrliltiiis nnil 111. 10, to Il In: W'n ei.tn'iol.. " ' r. . ...... . , ...... v... ; ,m, jt trying to the temper to is- j sl(, newspaper ; lfi couuti'v, witli i n,,, ,.,i; ,. ' ,t: ... '.!..:, 11 yoke of oxen, which, it U said, no one can do willioul swearing. Wellillvhe- proclaimed il , iVp that Ihe publishers of t Its average 1 we have so long and so Micces-I'nl-was. i native,,,.,. .,: ,, , , : .,.,.;.. ly augmented year by year. We luiisl cnrisiian nisposmou aim an iinnagging j per-everance amid all the obstacle- ami j dillicullies which newspaper public:!- j 'ion presenls deserves lo be ranked with -loh for patience, I'.axler for goodue-s. ; and the Iron Duke lor nerve, power and obstinate determination, j Hut notwithstanding Ihe diillculties ; incident lo the pursuit, men must not turn bees, mill wound Ihemtelvcs nr ; their fellows wilh their slings. Solo- loon says thai he w ho overcome! li his I own spirit is greater than a conqueror of walled cities. Tim New llanipsliir I Olect .on. The New York : mlil says nftlie New I lamp-hire election : ll seems tolerable certain from Hie re turns received that Ihe Ib'pllb irali have carried New damp-hire by a small majoritv. ll has been a conle-t between Ihe unaided I lemocral ic citiens of Hie Slate on cue side, and the 1,'epulilicaiis rciul'iii'ccil by every kind ol cuiside Aniini-tiatioii iiillueiice on Ihe other. The supporters ol (iraul have poured in fpeaket's and money, and their des perate eilorls seem lo have been suc- i --ml. Hill il the federal patronage had been in I lemoeralie hands, il the Slate had been canvassed by noleil "'inoo.ralie spi'.ilieis Iroin every parts oi me 1'oiiniry. ami mere nail ncen a pro I'u -e expenditure of the I letuncraiic money, nobody can doubt I hat, the ma jority would have hern Ihe other way. Tin. -mall I.YtilililipMli ni'ibirilc is tin. eoiicipieuee of out side weihl'lhrowii into Iheir side ot the scale. InlsbS, ( runt carried New I'limp hire bv a about S.IKH) miijoritv : but now. alter strenuous anil desperate ex ertions, he has barely saved it by apiti lul majority of perhaps one thousand: which -hows a great ehh in Ids popular il since he was elected President. In si;-vthe I'edi'ral'palronage was in Ihe bauds of Andrew Johnson nml weilded agaiu-t llranl ; but now. with the pat ronage in his own hands ami most un scrupulously used, his majority is a mere bagatelle compared with what it wa- then. Tin' llciuocraiie parly is satisfied witli this result. It confirms Ihe certainly of (irnnt's nomination, ... I . . I i I. . a I . i preciiiiies inc. lahing up o. uuv oi ,er , un, It, loll, elir, iniol.f epii,:io tin. I.'n publican party, nml Ihongh ' last not j A revolt in the Mi ri penitentiary least, il removes the hist vestige of dan-. was subdued by killing several con ger that any portion of the Iteinocralic yicts. The plan was to overpower the pariy will proicsi against .ne eouipieie uhaudoiiineiit of dead issues. A DillcrciKC Why? The I'lislol Courier puis the thing before its readers iu this style: Saturday morning last three prison ers securely chained, hand ami foot, passed Ilirougli this place in the custo- 'dy of a I'niled Slates Marshal, en route to the Allianv, .New l oik. peiiiieiniai v. They were from Alabama, ami had been convicted iu the I'niled Slates Court at j lltmlsvillc of Kukliixing an old negro. Aside from icing senienceii io n:e pen- lll'llll.ll v ll'l fM-i.-i.il ,.7ii-, ,'; .. . . . .. . .. , , lined (he sum ol sl.IKO each. A lew 1 1 !l,'ll"b ol Sanlo-.d, waa found murdei inoriiingshefoif, don. (?) W. Ik Stokes ed anil horribly mutilated. The A men had passed through I ere on his way run layddcnts w ent aHer llie Mexican home, lie had but ret o illy been found j .i.n ... ,.,,0,...,i i ,.,V. tbreeteiieil guilty of a crime agiim.t tho (inverii nient : hut, being a Ibnlh al, Ihe Cov- ernment. imposing n trifling tine, turns him loose. The ijiiestion arises, why i this dilfereiiee? "tV'liv was he not sent to the Albany penitentiary for a term of veins? Huston, Tennessee. Tho Columbus ,NV has tho follow-1 ing: The New York y.'jo-tv says: '-I'.os-I ton. Tennessee, proposes to a-e l.ill.iKKl brick this season." Now will von tell I "s w here lioslon, Tennessee," is lo be loUllll . Certainly ; (.'hntUnooga. of course : j the rre-idcnlial campaign am', the 'outi around which the rest ol the world re-1 fry ut large with live hundred loud-talk-volves being now the huh ot the ma-' ing femaln oralms. Yrrily, Ihi looks tcrial universe and we're surprised nt , like a crusade a::d w e hope the yif your not having found it out nooner, frac-scioameis rill howl gently. however urgent her need: so we are , .....l:.... i.. i iv... .......i I mi; in 1 1 hi: i'f i.iiii''i:ii,i ii m nuirii uimi ,Mlvin, o(- J(.r .uli-itns millions worth 1 0f pnnlucts that we ought to make foi j 'ourselves. Though our ei op of ia-cals i " . " ' " ' "', "w , nenip : tiiougn w e are oven un wnn puis i ivho ileserve llnne at io;i. we iinnmi mil'1 willows. ( )ur w otucn unless deceived siiine in I'.uropcaM laurici our men 1 tli i'i-, in iin:i!i cioilus ; tlie toys wliii Ii 1 amuse our ill e clii ilien luivti genera - , ,y vli.in, us ,,., I)V,,. , u-(, m.(, ,,t, iit t- who hire" Lis : neiglilinr's sons lo e!it Ids wood, feed1 ' "is som-k nun 1 no m. rii.-iuu. inn' ui own hoys lounge nt II. e grogshop, play-: ing billiards, ami Ihen wondering why. ' ill spile of his be. I ellorts. he sinks 11:1 1 11 -1 ! rally deeper into debt, till Hie shcriil' ' iiim s nun yills lllll-l III' laoiiiu 10 mi 1 . 1..1'.... I i:r. .1 ,.. .1.. I lanii) im ijliail.x lllg inrii.i.i. m 1111 11 etlieiohily. We inii-l turn out fewer: ! professional ami more skilled arli-ans: "'ell as food growers. Wo iiiu-l glow and fabricate two hundred million-1 : mnn j v;lll(. prr unnntii. that we now j iinnort. and so reduce the loiei"ii debt j The Presidential Outlook. I The Washington correspondent of the I.oni-ville Cniirii r-lmii'intl send I that paper the following ; speculations anil go.-ip aiioui i ri di'iilial mailers arc general. IVoin the 'ii-'i'iiglon stand point Ihe coule-i will be hetweeii (iraul on tlie one -id,. : ami liavls or Trumbull on the ulln r: (iiatz Hr.i'.vn. of Mi otiri, one of Ihe leaders iu tlie Liberal inovetuenl. being i scarcely spoken of in Ihi- section in: tli.it conuectioii. I'nlil the nominal ion of .Iiulge liavis liy Hie labor reforms,' ll:i supporters of the Liberal move- i iiicnl had seiib'd down on Judge 'I'riim- , hull for Iheir l"ad.T wilh fpo.siby ) I Horace (iri'i'ley for N ice I'rc-iilent. j They are embarrassed by the i.oiiiiua- ; tion and acceptance of Judge llavi.-. ' but most of ilieiii declare that he is en- i tircly in plable. lie ccrliiiniy is to Trumbull, w ho in all probability would give him an eurncst siipport were In: the iiouiinee of the Cincinnati enliven- j t ii m ; or, more propi rly, if his nuiniii:. tion should he the result of Ihat con-1 veutioti, a. it may re Tor llu uomiiiaiioii i loa convention called speeilieully fori Ihatpui'p As I said iu a previous letter, the chances seem lo he iu favor of liavis a- tin- opposition candidate to ( Irani, bill there will he, lieverlhe'le-s, j a deleiinhi.ul eH'olt to nominate the Trim, Mill and (,reeley ticket. Iu no event, however, will then: be a rivairv bi'Hvi'i'ii llavi- and Trumbull. Hut all llicscare subject lo the action of the j I lemoeralie as w i ll as the Cincinm.li convention. j Items of News. j The New York Hirnt'l figure- the1 actual deficit iu the Lrie Ihiilroad :il lairsi.t lifly-one million ilo'lars. The hark, Sarah Sloan, from St. John's humid for Cuba, has been lo-t wilh all on board. i liin risk's widow lias been made de-' fenilaiil ill thu ease of Man-field Vs. I'isk. i Ilod-wnrth's di-tillery, Ciiiciniiati, was hiii'lied on 'lie l.ilh in-tanl. ' I'rom San l'raiici-co dates we learn ihat the road isclearagaiit. Mail have 1.,.I.iv. ,, , M:.,.,.i, en received U . , , , , ., , j Straw's majority for Covernor of I New Ilauip-hiri! i- reiliicei1 to proba- lily l.'JIKI. Col. I. IL Ahell, formerly :.n e.elive politician, died on the I Ith iu-taut at at l.'oeliester, New York. The I'oscu apothecary who was su peeled of contemplating a murderous utlack on lii-marek has been rc!ca-ed. Americans and ."Icxicaiis. a..;,,..... di-oatelies fav that Win. M thu life of Mc I'tirhiu. and shot him on the spot. Mexican Iriemls retaliated. killing one. A parly of Americana ihen in. idea raid on the Mexicans, killing four. A fifth entrenched hiuisa'f iu a do'oe hou-e. Th. shot him a!-o. All the business houses in Suifoiil and I'loreiice were elosrtl, iu apprehension of an attack from the Mexicans, who are numerous and greatly exnsperaled. T .if: hloouiing, hlu-hing and blowing rj.iihy Victoria Woodhnll, Ihrealens Plain and Pointed Talk from Hon est Iloiaic, The followiii'; Iroin it laic ninulier of the New York 'I'rihune hears eJitit;i'e of having hi en written hy the editof-ili-ehlef, Mr. (I'leeley : Now, with regard to the I'leddeticv. a, on i iai. . e iue , io lie so 'len.tirant lo all oilier men are to eou:it!",,i,l(!i" ''''!'''y, li' 'he hrilliaiit me on the 1,'eptiblican side, everybody clse'e:ir, dazling willi the splendor of hh on the other, we shall inortaily hale to i coi'riiseiitioiis ail who eomn within the sit up lor ihe returns the night alter j i 1 1 cm n -r circle of hl radiance: hut if election. e appeal to all who nre la- . , , , , , , , ,. , . . ., t miliar will, the currents of opinion out-! 1,0 l,lki 1,ot,ct,.v I" Is del.eiput in that side of olliciul circles to sustain our po-1 wliicli alone entitles an iudividiml lo the siiion. (ien. ili-uit may ho stronger confidence of Ids fellow s. One mi.y than any olhcr Itcpublican : he doubl-, mVH M,;.ll .,osi,io ,- he prolnineiit less has more, supporters to-day than i ...,, , ,. , , ,., , . any othir; vet no iudicious friend ,m lliu ,,k"-"""e 01 I'l ttlro. but .v,.! would wi-di h'im pitted r.g iiu-t all who ; 0,lt honesty he Is unworthy the rom would prefer some one el-c to him. ! paiiiou-hlp of a pure woman or an lion Yet those who engineer Ids canvass 1 01"ibe mini, lie inav ho gp o,i . but seem dclermined lo make up exactly ;, i, . . . . ,, ' .. ,, . , .. ., . 1 . il lie is i.islione-t he s u nwort by thu licit I ne, ( on-ider how stlcceive l!citihlie:n Coiiveutioii- liave h ; naiiie of Ii lend. Jin may have wealth managed in this Mate on the iis.ump-1 in such nbiii. dance as to command evcy tion that those termed "I'eiilon" men luxnrv that elegant ta.te reipiires to sn were to he pro-cribed as eneniie, l- euUivatcl de-ire. and vet, if lack cause thev were charged with di-inug , . . , . ' some oilier eandidate fur next I're-idciil '"'V. not entitled lo (he re thaii the iueumheut. Suppose the charge : sped of the comtniliiitv in whii'li he re well I'o led. had Ihev not a rigid lo -ides. I ! inav be highl v edip at : ,1 fa- siicl, a choice? And was it not ,ad-! U-hy w;, j, ,1,',. ,,VWJ, ,,,. in . uc-s to draw the lines agaiu-t Iheiii he- . , . , . , . cnu-e of it Yd -cues , eompetc,!. ;,;,s "'"nocs-nii n.lcpt in cla-'ic worthy men have been ejei'led from of- li'eriture. and o thoroughly ver-ed in lice on to other pretext iliau Iheir a! all the col, Vetitionalilb's of polite socio -legeil repugnance to the rciioiiiiualioi: ;v ,,s ,ia, I,;. .,. M.IV . ,,. ,vll0llvm ol ( loneral 4 rant. i V ,i . . . . . : "O Ihi-i-onlv an oloce-lmldc-s ,;,::. I"1 '"1 I-'"'" l,,'" 5 " I'd," says n -age conicipiirarv : "tin h'."K honesty Ins dclicicney in that sterl people don't care whether A. or II. i- ing and essential ntlribnle of a good postmaster Ahsintetly. pcrlc.ps they : i,,iv the tiioreeouspieuoiis. Such do mil; but when ihev larn ihat, A. ' i' .... , waspuioulaud II. p in because A.::"'""' ''V '"'" h-many ndvau worked ami voted with them al the l i-l ; Vv:r "'!' I:l"r'' mcxeu-ahle for the dark coutcl for delegates to a nominating hlot which mar- ihe excellency ot his ivention, while I!, went ag:.in-t them, 1 chai acter. Iloue-lv is ol ineoiapani'.iv Ihey irill care And. if Ihey are given , ,,,., .,., h ,l( hlMnu ,A ;ir;. to uuilei'slaiiil that tins prosci'iplioii is a . lair sample of what they are to N t , M':,Mi; n,'l""i ' renown. Tin. for Ihe nexl four years, it i- nut s.ii'e to 'iruly h .nest man po ess ps coiiscIoiih coiiiiI loo far upon iheir indifference. ! yeetitude, which i its own sure and si f Mena.,,1 brelhren ! a new leaf imi-l I n,-!,.,,, IVW!.,. ,! which he cannot be turned over or there are hi-onker. . . . . ahead. The proposed Cincinnati ( .'"' ''"pnyetl by ndvd'se cnvuiiistance-t vention may prove n lla-eo or it inav j '"' ' ' ' ' evil-niimied. He should fear no mime Ihe ne.i I'lesident. If vmi de- cvil. 'I lie vile limine of the sl'inderer .irell,elalte,'. yo,, ,:.y Weil pray ll.al ,,.,; ,., ,.,, In.' the poisoned 1,'o-coe ( .inkling .V to. -hud hi',.' llu ., i , ,, . , , , ., ri g ol thc'dranl machine lor a lew ; U " "'" ''vy'')u" nMi' I1'"' in .HI li- longer. ,ei;u: n:iiii:y oi his temper. Th';':gh iic How P.cc ic(l at U'asliinton. A Wa-liinglon letter ays : The Ail-1 mlni-triilion is of coiir-is exceedingly , jubilant over the re-ult iu New I lamp-! -lii"e. The I'rcsideiit teniiiiiied up late ! las; nignt receiving dispatches To-day i the Adiuini-tralioii supporters am pa pers are declaring that it is the key-note of the l'rci.ldential campaign, and fore-: shadows the result iu Noveuiher in the re-election of firant and Col fa::. The' I eii rats, iu be face of the fitly thou sand dollars ami all the speakers sent j from here, w ere not sanguine, and are not disappointed over the result. On! the contrary, they are glad that it in-1 -lire- the rcnomiuatioii ol liiaut al 1 , I hiiailfl plita, us I lie y nclieve that lie is Ihe ensiest ilelealeil ol anv one in t;ie 1,'cpublican party, w ith Hie united con -ervalive elements oi the country op posing him. Cliciimbcr I!n;; A eor:'esionieiit of the I,'.'ci,ii I'm'mvr -ays : The follov.iilg eli'ectiilly pi'iitocloil nn iiiebui. sij uisii. encumber ami oilier vim's from l In- ".tripped or ci, .'timber bug." Ihe past sea ..in, wilh only one ap plication, viz: a strung solution ol hen hon-e in a n ii re In i.ne ami a hall g dloiis of water, let it -land twenty-lour 1 oni -aiul spi ikie the planl- free I v w':h i: af lei'siin -et. Tl.i above wa-sng i -:. io me by a negro woman living on mv , lai'e. w Im has -oitie praclic.il rxperi euce iu gardening, and -ays .he ha- n-e.l il lor veil -, and ha-never known Ho-lir-l applic.'.lion to fail to di ive them ol!'. ami Ihev never ret urn. Oi'stilillioli of tin OM Soldier, The magnanimity of our pro-out gov-! eminent, boa. led o Inad'y by !,' I'liea! blal'llit-. is be.l siinwll h) - IH !l I il'il il . a. the follow ing from the Coliimlei.. fja., Sun : The South Carolina papers no 'i'ron Hi" licit h of M .-. Job li ( i ra bam. in Cani deii, leceiilly. al the Miivancol age ot oi:e hiinili ei and one years, lie -crved ill the Miitlli ( ai'oiin i in, In, a in I-'. he was very poor ami i-- ihi to have died ill L'l'eal Haul. Ho wa- denied hi p ll-ioli bv the government since Ihe war, on ac. oiii t o his ,- mn itliv bli the "lo.t cau-e." j A !:ciii:ii'k:ib!i' Thoinas. ; There is a family rciding at Cleve 1 la id Ihat own a it of the llinma- v.a rioiy who is nearly Iwciitv inn old., lie call remember clear back brt'ore ' I'e.'i'v's moniiioent was erected, and his foot m irks are i.pou evei v rm-f w ilhiu ' a miie o t Ins bome. 'llie niiiiiber ofi bo d jacks throw n tit him would keep '. III.) t, lien III I. ttiil ll, if iii,i,.1 ton t'.t.ii AT iiieriievillc, Muitli I alolina. a few d.ivs since. l'.l.Tl'l acres of land were sold tor taxes. These taxes were levied for the sti-leiiance of lladicili -m in Ihat sorely oppressed State. Could the commentary he more complete ? Tut: Temie-see Stale Medical Ao- ciation is to meet nt Nashville on '.he :M of April. . n in iiioii anil i .em lie lames agaill-t tin, lo come, inn In. back ha- been curved t , i , i ... , , . ai nil urn ol I tali aa a Ma e, has been iu so 111:111 v tights thai he now look-1 " tike a small dromedary when L,iv , "i wai ded to a-liinglon. pel ambulating a chimney lop. Noliin-j ,. ... lil some more d-idly 'epIosi (. t,:lM ' nr Liberal republican inovemct i nitro glvi-eriue i-iliseovi ri d w ill iiu at- likely to grow iulo a success i i por leuip' be made to kill him. j lions of North Carolina. a:i ! will hr. HON1.ST V and its ANTITH lS f.S ' A LAY SliliMON. (tun Tin: i'iist.) If (line he one miiIc trail 01 true manhood which predoiuinantly distin 'iiishps it possessor ns the nolilrst of his kind il i-i Monkhv, A innn inav ' , ,. t .,, , , , , , ' -'ii' 1 1 i -u:, er loss in pn.perty n:i untar ! iii-hcd reputation is ids solace, 'I'hough friends d -s,., t him in the time of irouble his spirit should In -u-laiued by the feeli'igof seciiiity which mn-t ever at- I I him. It is only the hone-t mai: that can wilh unfaltering tongue, nn hlauched check ami eagle eye boldly meet the iiieslioiiiug glance and stern iiitei'i'ogaliui; of suspicion. An honest mini will not dissemble. He w ill no; prevaricate, nor -blink due responsi bility, do scorns eipiivociition ; lis de spises I'aNehn.i'l. I;-. ne- the truJi for its own sake, lie contemn wrong ill high places and in low. He hales du plicity ; he is ever ready lo defend the ; fight. All hollo. f tll'ill i. 'I valiant Inn ' . lr.(l js Irm r aphorism than llu: ! trite phrase, "an hmic-t man i- Ihei.o i blc-l work of ( did." J'l ; '. :i . In ISankriiptcy. Mux I'Mi in . 'I'lreh ;: . i ml tins. I teed, of ibe I'nili'd Males f i -f i i .. : ( oni'l, -i'iing in bald . llpicy lo il-.v, granted an order tor tlie -ale n't the A ! i- b.aui'iaiid ChattauoogH llaiiroail, snl,. ject to every lieu o ... Male of Ala lia in a .'or einioi'.eiiieiits of bonds o -aid road ami lor nil interest IV ihn Slate on i'iii'ioreil bonds. The s:,Ie i onleri'd for ihe L.M day of Aplil by :h" assionee-. !': ii'ii.! -. I'l l. 'in!-, iu the comiuo:i :n ,. o; ilioii of the term, are u be met w i:h evi ryu here w hen w e arc ro-peron- : but let the lir-t i loud f ::i!'.i i-ity darken the ho rizon "I on.-'s liie, jind the bundled d .'. im!!o do iv ii lo score., und the m-oi'i s to unit-: T:::- Mi. -big ell'ccl lo lirilr.' for the s.i'e o 111 I'O out t! !' Ihe lor la w foi;.v I'O'.'.I:.! hi ti:r billie r.i:.-e : ''ot: .lit our leil c: :i ed -whi-ky the ,.;.;i ami ilii'ed! y y .ti s e u standiag be t i r v o:i. : a ; al mai k i ins I'l l it ve-, L'ia-s of w hi.ky a:i I jnti don'i ive i to vim. or know, of coiir-i'. who how it came there." I:t iiiii know rviii tlv w hat to do willi it. Ti:r Allaiit.i .V, '; ; u Ilea! !ms -n-pei:,lcd ; at e:,,( e -ee it so aii tioiniced ill one of our I-'.changes Tiin .V, ..". u :;. ; liberal Ii cipieiil of pub. lie pap during th" Jbdinek ai!miiiisti:i. lion. Y.'hen lint eminent financier le velled. !li -uipiic. probal'ly ceased. It was an aide ji ui tial, nevei IIipp,a. A mi moi:i , i. lo the I're.ident ami Con- sigiieil hy more than .'ll'l apostate ,1 ll , i- ... argciy leprespnic'l 111 l!io cii'iinial: I olivenlion. ANa-i'v!!!.' -oiti spomlent av: "In fact ths Stale never had a better set of otlicers than at Ibis tinio" -w hich is ! rather cheeky, w e think. j Ciuni.f s Mmm.i: is again suffering from Ihe injuries inflicted by i'.rooks. a ' goods ninny yen s ngo, w ith a rane.