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' Taltlonlor rJI iiudiei hitter lh0 Prlmrr; . 53 DO rreaco, M.r...t..y.v,.,,.....,,.y.,.. uw v Vm of Inttrumrtl W Atjfb ,Irf;,.:';,i'T wtvfl ':?." vr-yrvl 52 iaMtaEpen4ei...:.............;....... S SO ' Painting and'Dtwing,'Watfr colors, eittV 10 00 Boftrdiog will b furnished In the Collcg Build4 log, by rror. alixanmi, k S0 00 per Seuioo. Y.jnkM:)0'WM iwr dpii,urt, .XMdtea in the MIHVKWCW(.iv'):, .1 ;it tin i' r im ,Oiiihairio( tli feet t be paid iniiab)y in d nmc ihe.'beiMoer m Ui ed ,of (faeSeaeioiw Vnpili terir Um firet eaopUv wilt be fberged for TMMM4t r hoMioev fnptie, wtrrwg AiXer the firtl month will be charred to the dote of the Srtsipa, 1 $0 iflttcttyn fbr abwac; except In aaet r proitacu' itupcsv lawsrvei wiioecnarnara U blllt not pktd hen due. Prof. 'AliXiKCta will attend to the seulement of bill;: ' ' " a;t 1. q sr.. .;, There will be an etalnntion et the close of the 8eesojK7Tbt IXkoHMtloa ia Intended to tmbmee 11 (ie stadia jmrtued Jilrit the rrar, and wi 1 be wwBetediO.Uiprencef tbe Trustrei, Purtnta, OaardbU' aV the frifade t the SkbooU So ;oataf:lAdrxrUl be txcnftd &otla. Examination, ex cpt on accunt of aom serious ProTidentlal hind. aid guardiaoa, we hope to educate Iheir daughters and wards so as to fii-jjem Sot the vlutice and res ponsibilities of life. r ' '' V For further particulars, application mar be made BJteaeaaaVJfiaswi 4Vef AiASMiHfentmQeeekjen of tru following Trusses Chas. M.TaDiIy, "j--- R. T. Petree. ... . w sn- i 1 J .t4.,vji, A 1 tji - unto Btr.rr. n HoMMsnu-t, Kt, Jua.iO, '(l.-tf J 1 -. 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 ii. 1 .1 .1 i. ITALiWtrS FE11AL1 1XSIITCTE. roan, Kooertwn reuniy, Terrnv opened its I irst rtemlon, on MU.M).r Ilia 5th nut., witu Miss Himontmcs, a symulad. df. tlii Iaaghter Cut!?-, T U icrms rer atssiou.o WecksT Boirliikstu41nX((rliflg, Ltsbttand Fwl, (30 00 'ralt)ou,..,.,...v. ,.. ,, ..,.4 so 00 Mpsic.,,-- .. ...... , U& 4)0 A? I1' -i 'W '.0 "A.C4M. ,- ' .. . ' , . C'jbIf . ijv adraiue, tlw, bulance.at the of tte scaA, ... . I JE'f ( attentn' wM be, given the rupija, both Id adjtgsohooj." .Address ,. . ,'., "r nr JiRS. UtL, Jr E. MALLOCT," ! .Ui'.'A .1! .J nt TalttStUonr;0,Ton. . Hi ii ill I , ,- ti. i in' . I i ',m 1 - 21180 - HENNIE "AD A M S 9;., i.rA e T a 'si 1 J kt .a-- i - . . la the Fcajse Quse at to the. Academy,, on- tbe. fUatAtiAMB Wu Boxuo,Scbooi, Ctau.-Q Oli-alf of'tb'e Board" and' Vuition paya ilte In . BQARpiKd CHOL, , , Jf OHleomery cau lr, Tcnn. MRS. WILLIAMS MISS M. 6!' WARD will jtinttos!ttjlan of Ihelr'Scbool, the Jir U.VDAY I.N MARCH NEXT. .. . , Board, per session of ive inontlis,.'....'...'... $S0 00 TKo,- itf liighvnptiih Rraurte,..V.;.., 2 M In UutniUifci.tJ i.wA ssoe Use of JuHretperU,,,....,..,.,, 5 00 indents! exuenses,. ....... 1 00 - One-half yWe In advance i the balance at tUJ end of tbe Seanion, J'lMiils rliorret) frouii4iuie f eotQiOauiniUudi far abXJitiMceiit la ease of positive sicknen, and then fur not K-ss ibka'bBiulibi'.'.Kch pipit mast furnish btrsein vatih Ttaweisvaad Table. Napkins., The maoneraJ nd dcsurtuirnt of the zuuog ladies., atttended to with perViitat eaireV - - - t f4b.-z4-4t "TT5I DUGATIONAL.- XdLhrnfCtV, KATrlElkrATICAf. AND ItSO Ii. li.U!Srbool fifr Young Ladies, will be 'opened M fheeurablifll8 PrWhvte'rlaa Churrli. lu this city, on MONDAY. THE FIFTH OF FEBRUARY, ,oo, naerirro cure or nrv. o.-r. 'yiitssrT, irtn cipal; a.ited by 5lrs. M. M. Wsiuht. . ' -l ev. wtlf brlvebii Vocal ami Instrumental Muic bv Misi FasuoMiA I.no. We-Balf of the Tuhibn payable In iKance. For particulars, ad'lress " -3 - KIV. S. P. CBESNTT, Jan. )?, C0-tf , 1'rincipal., ,.. .J5ETUEL COLLEGE.. . rpriK NK.tT SESSIOS OF THIS INSTITUTION X.wlU.epBKt'e, , . .-Haocfctf, JAnuvy 29tU, 1866. . " For (rticulart address tbe President, M ,M l'' ' ' i"J ' J. W Rl'KT, : Jan. 5, ;B8,.S Ru..vill Kv. . - i i -- . - j t. rrsAia. T. H. HYM4W. STRAUS &"HYM AN. -ai v s-j .a - - cf t: 'IHrneH nre Past. m ere A I.ARCK STOCK OF 'Hardware" In its Place. rpnK'TXDEKSIGTBD WVri.D RESPECT X fully Inform tlnjir uuiurruuk lrlciuls ami f irmer Prroh," rtiHt tncy arc now enionhiM in till. -ity, Vi ivr.iiajr :o oit-r 114a ui jr-yrs to the Jobhiiftr trd irTunnr Cutlery. tortMi ni li;n, tjrvniux L Utuilt...Vachtnrru. itt . He. We Vitl cofupete-ia prh.ee with the luvrret orTcred in this city or Ciuiitinati. AH urdi-is will Im atten'K'I to with celeritv and warranted j . sJTBAlS A JIIMAJi, - t - No. IU Weal Ma,t M FniiTtltand BullUt-at lonlMMle, Ey. ROACH C WILLIS, 1.. i y WHOLESALE ACD RETAIL .;V t ! ml jt"-i r' inn :rr?k 1 : izsrt ;i ,!i ') 1-::. CUIKSTILLK, TISK. - HAVE, JUST RKCEIVED THK I,AR0KST stock of Oroceriee opened fn this city eince tbe weft :'Wt are prepared to sell goods as CHEAP as they can be bought fh' Louisrllle, mlf' ery nearly as low as they can ee nad in Baltimore. - " We are woncitig pro pone pnerreo, ana oniy wisn to make a comfortable support for ' ourselves and families' and, IfpKJilWe, do something for 6IM ROGERS and BANDY D10K,V who are with us ready to wait on our customers. We have on baud .... -4iu-j . icrge supply of .' 3 i.-:-i L'..,::"vi k V- ::uf.-.,iie d-.'T vi- l s;H';.i; 1,1 1- COAL OIL, Whiskey, Meal, Brand, ', And every article needed by Farmers and Bouse- keeper. In-a word, we . bare eTery thing from a Water-Bucket to a Jiogsoeau or saenr ana at prices within tao, reach jof alL lALL.WB ASK IS A ! ; : ., BOACH fi WILLIS, a asjUWe will delirer goods ao Where in tbe city, FRfcfi OF CHAKUK. Jan2a,''6dAf '' Wi M. TANDY, Wholesale and Retail Grocer IV,- tEA.IKtlV STBLET, J1. VOLAttKSYII'IrB, TKNN-E8dE-r r' T IT AVISO PROCURED' TOR-- WELL KNOWS U'Ofbcery stand: fornierly occupied br Lewis' & Glass,, sad known as tit "House Stand,''' would respectfully Inform the trade that be will keep a Stack ;:6f ; Groceries, -. AT WHOLESALE ASD RETAIL;. ' We call the special attention of Merchants to our stock of Staples, which we are determined to sell at surb profits as will make it to their interest to gire us a call before going fiirthtr North. -We will give special attention to,all comtgn menra entrusted to our care. ' '. Feb. 2, '66 tf W. M. TAHBT. c , ... ....... ... . T. A, Thovas. B. R. W. Thomas , Clarkaville, Tenii., -' Loatsville, Ky-" ' R. D. McCAetfgrtjif inta, Ca., THOMAS &" CO.,'' COMMISSION AND FORWARDING " MErtCflANTS,;- ., NO. 49 YIE STREET, CIXCIXXATI, 0UI0. ... ' AND .. '.. ilamiHoA'i Building, Cor1. 0th A Main Streets, ioalsvlllc, Kj. rpENDER THEIR' SERVICES 1 IS . EITHER 1 anorkcL j CommtHslen and Forwarding MerChaiitS.prvuiUiBg that any busiuej entrusted to them sriJl recci-re prompt attention. . Wo will receive on consignment Cotton. Tobacco, aod Pro- A,,r unrnlhv Knutheru llnniirc-lllreJ TJjltOh Qoods, Cotton arns, or any other salenule article of commerce. llivmp long fxperfnee m tnc pur chasing aid selling of Groceries, Drugs and Mer chandise generally, they otter Uicir services tor me purchase and shipment of Groceries, Provisions, Drugs and Medicines, Paints aud Oils, Books, Sta tionery, Notions, 8tnp1e Gtods, Plantation Supplies Family Supplies, Miichinery, Agrlcinural imple ments, Pianos, Houaes made ready Tor Hhipment, Bagging and Rope,'1 Farm Seed, Building-Material, Hardware, or any other Merchandise you may ordur. We will make It our business to know where all articles kept in either market are to be had. Hitould our friends visit tnem cities, tuer will ao wen to call Upon us before making their purchase.. All orders must be accompanied with the cash, or its rnlyl nti f. ')U jT) I ! v Tobacco consizsed to our care fur any .rwi or It "r New Orleans nrm win tie-rorwaroea promptly. without storage, and .will see that It is in good snipiin order. , .. ...... ttur Mr. s. k. w. rnoaas, win ancna spccmity to the" sale Of anv Tobacco for Louisville market, and will see that our customers get the best prices and will protect their Interest. Our friends wish injc td avail ih-mselvei of bis experience will ship to Thomas It'tV, Louisville, Ky.- Pec. 22, 'C5-ly r. r. obacsy. r F P. ORACET & BR0., -'. KECEIYXNO; " " "" Forwarding ' and' Commission i. iMentUAvrir "CLARKSVILLE, . TENN. .v. 1 . . 'i . 1IAVB ;UST COMPLETED. r'VO' 1. -v . '.uxi-iii i -"Wharf: Boat; OUR 1 1 1 Aod are no ready to RECEIVE, FORWARD OR KEEP IN STORK- any character of goods en truated to us. - Our rates of charges will be liberal, and. our knowledge of the business, we trust will secure us liberal share of patronge. ,, Jan 26-41.,. CINCINNATI WHOLESALE DRY GOODS, :, , '. , f , I'Russ. goods, 1 v, ,. WHITE OOOPS, ? r ' 'FANCY' GOOD3, and ' ..:.'4;.::'.i. ' NOTION'' HOUSE. wriS .w'c:!OHAPPELf BRUCES & McIKTYEE, 't!AA M W 'iriu Street, : 1. Feb. 9, 'Ce.Sm ' CIXCIXNATI, O. Can B Found .At Our Housol OR' SAr.K.'-lfAV, PERU OAT.V. HV. ilf j- aiuuuc ueiuent, rme nua iptiir rluorhifr, dreserd.Panoel Doors, Blluds, Sttsh.Potdar f'hfn.fk.s, riour tiATreJ ioiiucco liosnehaj, c .".. F f 1 Jm HAKHISOV fHi:t.VV ' 1 WILL' atWna.te ell law business confided to . them in the 7tb Judicial District and the Supreme Court ai Nashville, Tenn. i, Offlc oa. Putjljc SquateClaksTille, Tena. , j Sept. 1, '65.-tf , , ,., " ! Vl1 1 to rheys a t "L a W1, ILARKShLLE, TE55. . V) tjrBi. Office under the ''Chronicle" office. ;.. i."3v. 10, 1865-6m- - .1 V. .V. : v : ...1,: . : i - AVA. D0AK, ATTORN E,Y AT .LA RT, WILL practice In the Law and Equity Courts of . Montgomery and adjoining counties. : 1 1 Nor. lTv'OS-ly 1 - i ,u. ,-. -.: ji .. ' R. W. HUMPHREYS, r; : : Attorney.:at Law) ' J fLAliKSSVILZE, ' TCiViy. 1 ;a - Offip,V on. ; Public.i Suare "Chronicle" offtco. .... ...j ,. '. stsim,: andaj ;.. .. Oct6,'Co-tf WM M," DANIEL, ' " A . -1 TT O R N E.Y, A Tn L A IT.,. ' CI ARK STILE TE5V.' brricx, oo Strawberry Alley, near the Court-house. i Office. Sep 89, '6Mf xTBca a. smith. ' ; wn. a. rirna. ;5iitii &. peffer, r",;' ;;; ' A' nORNEIS iD COUNSELLORS AT LAW, , . SOLICITORS IN CHANCKRV, ; , . Claim and Bounty Agents, Ciabksvim,i Tte. WILL PRACTICE IX TH8 STATE AND D. S. Couru of Tennessee. 8, Office, on Strawberry Aller, near tbe Court-Housei - -Ceei JJ, ?G5-3"ua. i ; i j. - i'.'j . ; buck,, .. J. C ateMcUBH, Late Judg.) Adv. ' 0 : Late Capt. '' ' Dist. Mid. Tenn. 1 ' O. S. A - BUCK & McMTJLLEN, , '.. ATT0K5ETS AT LAW. and REAL ESTATE , AND CLAIM AOEXTS, Will practice in the State and Federal Courts. 1 . tn HAVING served as officers in the U. S. Army, will have facilities to prosecute succeolully allle. gitimate claims against the Government. ,, , ... larksvUle, Teun, Aug. 4, lijoa-. , ... t ... DR; H. M.'ACatEE, S t v n e o rt Dentist, f ,""i" .clarksvilde;,tess; ' TENDERS his services to the citizens of the city ,vaml vicinity, in the dihereut'trancbes of b4s profession. ., , . Ef-Umce. at has residence, one door enst of Ur, C00pefS. .; ... , ,; . July U'-lf PKOFESSIOIUE NOTICE. DR.! J. II BILLiNGSLEt. frni OGlee on Franklin Btreet,? M. rlChnrch,'C!arl'.svitl?, Tcnn'. 'fieftilV opposite " Jiin 5-tf ' j ; .Dr. W. C.'WESTERflE.D, '; WILL piuctico Mediclue In Clnrksville,"'-and VH'tnitv.' OHice toont room tinder Chronicle office. ;' ' Sept. 1 5, 6o 3m - Tobacco KoticV. . j.' ,c. '' ' "' 0 ' "" ' Wf a-' a.R. ;j f jo , 7; . ' a). w.,cev.Ts. Mctil'ES C01RIS. ,fT. are kow Prepared at ocr fire- II .Proof Warehouse, near the Depot, to V ;. . Receive, Sell and Skip Tobacco. '"CTiirfcsvnje, Tenri.. 8, e5i3'n". McC. C." BELL' & SHERIDAN, . .... I..,' .... ,. AS ' ; AMBROTYFISTS, Opposite tie Market Honse, Fran&Itn-st., , . CLARK3VILLE, TENJf. jErpt. l,'.'65.-iy , , . , ., .. .I EURKIN &:TARPLEY,' ; ; House arid Sign Painters;! CLARKSVILLK. TENN. . . ?BSbop op Strawberry Alley, over P. Young's rauor auop,, uruvrs promptly uuenuua 10. , Sep 2Q-4m . ,, ) . , . .. PRESLEY A. BYRNE, Forwarding and Commission ' M Ii II O II A NT,1 AND STEAMBOAT AGENT, ' WAREUOUSS-Lover End of Wharf, ' CLARKSVILLK,.1..,'..'....1. TENNESSEE July J4-tf .' .'. ... MOSU OLDOAU ., T. t. fltTtL'S. F. C. AHBAV0U. - . THOS. P. PETTUS & CO., . . WHOLE0ALI AMD OtrAIL a 11 O C K II S ! .1 w Providence, Tcnn. . r Jan t6, '66-tf ' (?. H. SMITH & CO., : ConlmissiQii iMcrcliants, ; v 69 AKQXDELET STREET, C. If. Smith, T ' Win. C. Smith. ' kkw ohm:as. I)ea 89, '69-ly ALruenio p. eMtw. WILLIAM U. TVIINXCV - SMITH & TURNLEY," FORWARDING AND COMMIdtilON , , , MEHCIIAXTS, ,,, F1RE-PRQQF WAREHOUSE, Red River Landing, Tennessee. WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND FOR sale, &Ut, Holnases, iSliiogles, Flows, aud a large assortment of Lumber. . m.P. O. AJrrts: got 245, Clarksville, Tean 11 Tobacco Bhipp' us by Railroad will lie re reived at the Deot, and placed in our' bouse for the Hint that if charged by thi Clarksville ware house. ...... SMITH A TrRN'I.F.Yi. Jnn V 'Or, rj tiMaaiktfiijir, NATIONAL BANK '' bf'CIarksvillo, Tehii. '. .U ' ..1 i 1. ' f ' . tl M ' WILL' DO k Se:'it T-ai,, ! Genoral" Banking Istueij ; tio;.CteculailbcuY'a -v" v no Risks. ;;r-,- '' Special attention paid to collections tad remittances" '.f made on uay 0: payment. --, VblRlSCTOBS: 9 A " J i-i.i : . . . i r: '' Ji' .' flKO. H. WARFIELD,' j J. W. EDWARDS, THOa.r.PKTTUS. : 0. W. UlfcUlAN. j,-. ) $1 F.BEAUMONT, Pres't.' W. ?4 HtJME, Cashier. sit'. Not. 10, 'd5-ty" I O .H.J ONU '-h Real Estate and ! Collecting a Agent, ," CLIRKSTILLE, TLX X ESS EE. r.vo p v.EtRESENI8 TBI BEST Fire, Marine and Life Insurance niiaa isu.': r Companies .. ,.-u ry this vo uA'tx r. n ,j '' ' Will Buy, Rent, and Sftll Honses. Lots, and Farms, " and give prompt attention o the Coltec.'. , " Son of all Cliilms In Montgome- ' rv. Robertson, and ' '. ' Stewart counties, Tenn.'and Christian county. Jty. r. k 'fie '1 w wan. w, uyt; t .. t. j WiVTCHES -AND JEWELRY- , COOKE'S! 1 jfi ar SoU at New York Prices." At the Old Stand-J-Pobllc Square,' Dee, IS, '65-ly ClarkHvtllc; Tcnn. NATIONAL; HOTEL'. Ill l J !J u -.ijj 1't a ... W ! " " T. P. SCOTT, Proprietor, r ;: C I; A R K S V I L L'Ej ;T EN NESSEE Feb. 0, r06-tf , 4f;- ' 1 .'I ;..: AltZ.J. BAniUSOM." ' '- 1KB, B. lnfLCT HARRISON & SHELBY,- RECEIVING'", F 6 R W A RL I N.G -AXD ' ' : C ommission . Merchslhts, " 1 A ND i 5 TEAMB QA T. AQSWTS, .riBE-pKbor arehocsi, . ; .; ,.! " CLAKRSVItLE, TENN.' ' Rob' t Moore at Co., Cincinnati, O.; R. M. Biehop Ue., Cincinnati; U.; oorelicnd & Uo., Louisville Ky.t H. C.Caruth, Louisville, Ky.) Andy: Hauiil ton, Nashville, Tenn.; Newton, Ford k Co., Mem phla, Tfeua.fr divine, .Watts k Co.; New Orleans, La.; Walts, Givins k Co, Padncnb, Ky.; Ander son 4 Watson, St, Louis, Mo. 3 Aki. IWilson, Ka. lional Rank, Lvansville, ina. ' i Dec. 1, CS-Cui J. F. MEH1H0PE ; & CO., " ' .lSXAI.'cR'a I1':' ..'': Groceries, Wines and Brandies, i WniijKEY, ALE, BEER, CIGARS, . General Auortm'ent of " Conftctioneritt! QCRENSWA- ISWARE,' FAXCY IHOTIOX... tTC. ETC. CLARKSYfLLE TENNESSEE. TN FACT nOUSEKEEPEUS CAN FIND MOST I !..'. .... 4 ANYTHING - DESIRED ! . As we ntcud keeping a . , OANE11AL VARIETY ,. STORE And will sell our Goods as LOW A3 ANY HOUSE in tbe city. Sept, 1, 'BS-tf FBESO OISTIRSI' Received by Fi press, every dny, for rale by tbe can or balf-can, or coo'xed in auy style desired. , . i ' , Notice. ; TN THF.SE PANGUROltS TIMES, WllfcX Alt A A A'CK, the people of CJrksi'ille must nut be im posed Uod by Insuring their lives in coinpuuios whose transactions are not legal In TenticMee, and agninst which a lots cau pot lie eblleuted In your State courts; The attention of the public U called to the followinz: ' ' ' " ..: I'v'v.,. H ?. ... .', . , j CoHiTuou-tu's Orrti'B. . L NiUiviviSJttNM, Nov. ?5, 1865. Lovit K UoQth, OenmU Agt it, fc,r - Siw Id reply to your Inquiries fca to what Life lusumace Comtanlee have authority, to transact busiiieiu'in this H tale, I would auy: The Kuicker. backer Life Imnmnee Company located In Now York city, Is the only Compauy that complied with tbe law, and that is entitled to take ruka. Respectfully yours, .... . Signed ) m ' ti. Wt HATCHKTT, ' . ' US. : Cinptrollcr Teonesc. : C, II. JOXES,' font, ClarklIlc, Tcnu," The Aprent of this Company wilt be happy to furni.h all neceaaary Intoruwtioe) on appHcauou at tue oinces. . - ' LOUIH F. BOOTH, OenT Ar't for Sontb-wt. ' NiH. 3! and S 1 I nien t, Nai-bille. W I, 3'ii MINTED WCKKLT, f VIBT fSIUAT MOBNIStO, T . NEDLE T'V '& O II ANT. rUBI.tBJIEM AND rROPRIITOM. I tef ms-Trtre'e ' bolVaVsVe $M. V.OtWtAtoWWW.'TJf From tne Metropolitan Record. T T T Tl Tl I r rv -yr A) AiU ita J. . Ketnrn 1tf it EtcMM Cttj antt mrrt Old Friend, Big Jfjhn. , Ma KntrniL Si a: I have not un to this time' inade any -Vemnrks in pubVik 'about the trfW Utifl tribulations, the losses ;ano crosses, the buzzards and dead horses seen on our journey to the eternal citty, I shall not nll'ood to it now, only to remark tbnt our nortin back . were oof sot pasty as our eaylnv It was In tba dead of winter, .through topwla And through tleet, rover, creeks ""wfthont bridges aad bridges without floors tbrongh a de serted and desolate land where no rooster war left, to crow, no pi(?,to eentnl, no Aug y bark, where the ruins of hrpj 'bbrht-s adorrted the way, and ghosMy chimneys sUiotf up like Bbermao'a sentinels a gunrdin the ruins he had made. A little one bos consern conuineTljfl a) JiigJih'Bf ji wordly posses sions, consistin'oi uumcrouand lovely ife and children, aod ahuck biiskct full of some second clnsslttles.'. Countln 'our- offjprlnj'' there. as about ten of us in.nnd about and around the wagiir, thua )lliMtralla! Ttte iMfct,nssed: "Une glo rious hour of crowded life is. worth aq age, without a name." though the ctory "was- hard to persceve bp, such ockashun AlrSArp are Of the opinyoun 4hatieyposteit.wertteves Ml hungry before in their, .life as on, Uiat dst;esui , jojiruey. au) kbe onemivked thtj irjefe 4nnt rydod(of the road that didn't bear some of uieih a hol ler in for vittles. My wifeVhushand is troobled be kause tbey aint broke "of ityit, and it do seem that the iOcnrv titbat more-devberin ptbr5jb kum. all of v.'hich.wiejdiia soithiu or other if sumthin don't happen. ' '" " v fitMliy arvwed 'wklira the presinirts or Kor lovel y home. , Hie .Coorp , creaked i wWcome on their binges, "the hoppibrAig chemied ou the hearth, and the whistUn wind was'singin the snme old tune around' the bedrosm ronier.'-' We were about as happy as we were miecmble, and -wheu-1 remarked that General Vandivet, who okkupled our hsiue, must be' a gentleman for not bUrnitf it, ilrs. A rp replied J" 1 wonder what tie done with my suing ma- .--. A JlIV J.do csdowsidUrUada .trtaV9M4,fwl Mlly buroes and carpets, and crockery are all gbne, said she. "' " ' .. ' .'..'. ' ' 'It may be poosibul," sed I, "that tbe uen- nil " .hA .Iftil .'!. "And my barrel of oaplied lb ttoii "It mny';b posU1uU'Ved L i"lt;tbe.' Genrul moved off ourjthings to take keenpf em for ns I recoo we'll git em. all back after while.',' v ., . "After while," said Mrs. Arp, like no Ckko, and everi dc i,a when I allood to ear northern brethren, she only replies. -"atter while.". 13y and by tl;kaAereflMdKtiA;oemMi to drop m underttb welcirm sMciee or emrurrowrul citty. It wer a delightful enj yment to greet em home, and listen to the Jihtory or their simenngs and misfortunes. Misery loves company, and after the ruisetf ( Jberjijeef c Jc(mfort in tolkiu it over aud fixin up as biz a tale as anybody. I wer standi o one day upon the backs of the injun river, a wonderin in ray mind wbo would come next to gladden our henrtsi when I saw tne shad- der of ao ohjek a darkoia tbejuq-lit bank. It wer not a load of hay nor an eletant; but shore enuf it wire my freiri .Blg.Johre. a niori.. slpwly, but surely, to the tfg6ir( lanSlrig on (Wtippojite side. His big round face assorned more lattitood when he saw me, and xrtttront Vaftfn 16 remarks be uaa out In a voice soule'two staves deeper than tbe Southern Ilarmony-i-' , "' "There carpa. t ta..be,ecfa,..poor,iifa,of Erin." "Make fiimoC' snid li ';and you'll CU the bill." Prouder to sea him than a monkey ahow, I paddled ihe dug out ve -in, ttoubt wt -d bid him welcome in the tr&rae 'of tlie etetmil Vitty and its humble luhablbtnta,! I soon trot him afloni lK tee little r (man,-and before I was aware of it tbe aSer wai bloshiog over the gunneki at every! vrabble.-. "Lay down, my friend, sed I, and ho tald: which was all that saved us from a watry grave,-- and tne naboorio farms, frdllr JnuVdAi$t.Tpn'hen safelr landeir I i'ouuu. him, wedged D Ui(ht,that ba end of the Paddle. As htsoot touched tbe sautiid soil lie gently separated bis countenance, and mag ' Home ae.iio burue again from a furrio shore. The Yanks may cum aud tbe devil too but I'll not ' run tfy rporWU tA JIV1J1H0 Recgllektin some skrape of blank verse "mytelf, I s.yid wiib much aksea', ','TjelL .me tUoiK, swift, o. fbot thdu modern Asahel Oh tell me" where is thy chsriirt and steer f Tf here didst tbou r when I did lee I bee driving' like Jehu as we did. flee for III 7 ' ' - i i-.' C. 1,1 .i . n: mi a "I'll tell you all' said ", f'fWan my1 IWend? to know It; I'm r.ow'n man of wNr, "Bill, and' I'm glad of It, ' I'te done the state some aervis ahdlfe .knows it. I I've handled guns ye, giimr-AweepIn ol death. ' I ve slept on' my arms since 1 seed yoo nlolit after mirht hare I slept on my arms, with hundreds of dendty weepint nil rodiid me. ,Ah Bill, patriotism il a big thing. When yoa'once brake the ien, treat' tluoes Of glory ns big av'trmr arm will J it spring up like mushrooms in vo;tr bitzzum ; and ranka yoh feel like tbrowin yoursell c can awav for vnur countrv. Let ma set down and I II till you hII I krtow, Bill, but as the felrcr eald In the theater, "when yoa tn y.Quf letters these unlucky deeds WlmeJ 'epeaV of me as F am noth ing expatiate nor set'dajtvn not n.malke.ll'r.ii ) c Jest su,' sed l, "cxaaktly eiaaktlx so. 1 ro sed, my hero.'.' , . ... . V. i. Y- '! 'nell, Tu (r nigtil after you.paiiiicq.me, mj steer cot awnr. Hans the dpcecvia beast 1 1 hunted smartly fir biio the next morn in, birI hunted more forrcd Uiao Varkwards. Leavin my wngin with a widder woman, I took it afoot ecro-t the country by a acttiement road tbey called the "cut off. ' Uevil of a cut otf it was to roe. I broke down In sight of a log cabin,' 'and never "moved a foot further that day. Tbe old man had a ennnk of a nag that arrkvd In a slide.; T perswa'd him to hatrl me to the eend pr tbe rbt otf, and 1 know he done It for fear I'd eat ap his' smoke house.' Everv now and then he'd look at the old oman, and she'd look at tba smoke-house and then look at me. But that sliJln bhtness were the mast orfullest trnvellin that I ever liav lud. !Ercry time! ihey pony d look back bu d stop, and when he u itart agin be give such a Jerk that ' my foments were In danger, Sfy holt broke o;a bne imVslnin, a goln dovvoahiU full of gullies. ', I rolled wmt twenty feet into the edge of the woods, and cotch up agin an old pine tturriu that was fill of jwfcf jackets. Three of the dinged tbingt stung me be fore I cotild rile, but I gpt through, the cut' off and fell In with "some empty i.ag'ui iba't'waS stampedio T wy. ' , "GUtin to Atlapty a foul IrlihmaA tot.Bje right at the edge of the town and demanded my papera. . I dideul hare no papers.' "Nobody bad (veraxd me for pn)rs; but, he jwouldent hear an aigumnn. As QuarU-s would sy he woujilfiit jtui ukue, but marched me to an 'oflli, and '! mdrtit stay there ten minutes. -1 wer sent off to Dckatur with some titty kom.krlpts, who acre aU lneaourft. in ex'wpiii their dirthee. I never ated surb a piu- fful set ia all my Ufa. '. I talked ' with am ail, and 1'iar was nary one but what bad Ilia dyspepty or the swuiny, or tbe mniatica. or tbe bund slavers, or the beavea, or the bnmna, o sumthtn.. .Well. there waut aono of uadlscbargeii, fi,r liter was bran new orders calling for everybody to go to tie ditches. As I couldunt walk that .-fur,". I wus ordered to Audursooville to guard the prisouer,.- At Makou. I met an ,nld akwaiouoce, wbo waj a powerful nMW'i-r, ai Ve hit i m trsptfrrrrd t'J hi" deptitlmc-nl nd put.mt ib cbr 'rf bis ordnance. There's , a htr J bandied, gens, HOJ, aud slep on my arms.' TVlmre h.es of mii-kets, vras atpuud me, aud I rlhlent nrl mnre mliiH taking a snnoie on a gnn tx t.iha if tv bait ' ben- cotien of fethery dowat.1 Kiall it gittia awii to it, BUIwall la th .Uiue use.',', . ... i j.. , ,., ,., " '.'Jest so," said I, "that's tbe way .1 see exakly b, my firtd.- rToieetf." '' . "It la blam d luekBill.'that I didh't gw to Ao drsotrlll. -,Tbey would .hove ,.tiad rot alongside of Wirtx, eltbex at principal or vUnesvorsumilvin, and surd lyui yank vrbiild bav had a swear or two at me about shoot Fn him on the dead Rue."' liefort. ibis mj aarkasf old bar been sat up by worms or pit op b,4)okt6 aud my piktenapredall over a whple side of llorner' Yeiklr , as a Monster Pf defh.'" "' " J - s- . rJ ' ''vrll,',.I:'lep baldlln uns aiirl Uyliet's ant) dartg6niireapfoav ootll one dny I got a lilvlo to go to.Roine.i Sbenuan . was plajia bate around abou'. .Atlanta, and ao. I bno. to eircujufrrrnce around by the way of SeTma, ' and the very dny got there, everlnetin bbt em; the Wilsoii raiders' got there tAO.: 1. wasn't no more lookia for them yaokces in Selma than I wer for old Belrebub, aad both of cm was the anm'e to me, Blamd if they wasn't thootln at me before I knOwd they was in the StatK-' How (n the Olckine the? missed The I don't know,. . fi their, rainny -. ball snog yaakee doodle all around me aodi over ma sad. nador.ue and betwixt me, ' ' '.",' ' J . I tell you. Bill, trnn like aimid tnrltelTodktn ahead pf me at every step' to Bad an easy place to fall w bee,,,. was plugged. AnYold woman oretr loo)t ..roc, arvd J axd.bj.T to taka my wntcb. and my money," She took, 'eni. In a huiTy and put em in her booznmi' Well, I found a gnllf vat lastaod i rolld 'ln kersirlosh,' for it waaaboot two feet In mud And water. s.Tbe. (ofereels found wa there Jest at nij(lit,.atd got-meJUt at the pint of the baynety Thev inarched me to' the wolf pen and there I sUtvd tHt tbe-ftrs was orer.1 -s i1"'""4" - 1 "Right, kera, Bilt I eraat to mnkena Obsef tatloa. XberaL wasjfeJU-riWitls m ;when. was. jcotcbd, am see d him, nieke a sorter of a sign to the cap. inin, anu tuer lurnea onn loo&v in. vvro miDeip, anu hejAt-wenf Viriywhere as Ithtarel. ''as a klngVwhlle 1 had a eross.eyld dntehman atiwidin orer m with a bavaetffriuuin from, morn till. nwbU.,i There whs some Free Masonry about that, Bill, and if another one of these fool wars Comes 'along, I'tf Jlne em if ther'l let me. "" "Mat I am at home Bovr good." Ttd: gwine tn stay bere like a sine dietibf m gio all . wars and Gghtins,', I'm .opposed to all rows, and rumpusses and riots, ' I don't keer nigh as much about a dog fight as 1 Used to.'' Now? if one 'could always tee the eend of a thing io tidvaoce, aad Mtnd sms. all right, I wouldent-mina : fuss, -but then you know a man a fowigat mt aa good as- hit arod sights. If they was, this war wouldn't iiave lost my steer and my wntob.' I never seed that woman before nor since, And t would'! know be from any other woman that walks the yearth-rblam'd if I'm certain, wbidbir. she wet white or block. ' .Bill, bow Is your offspring?" ' ' , Hungry as usual, l thank yon my friend. sed I. - ' "HowsMrT Arpr"'-" l '" a ('Rebellions, John, very ; bat T think sbe'l be harmonized atermkil aterwhile," . r. Editur I .will not relate further of these trying adventures at this time. . Big John are now entirely harmonious, and I suppose bis future career t.dj."os aaaver,- : i;'nm: BILL ARP. t P. S Mrs. Arp want yon to Kit back tb let ters I writ ber when aweat-eiiteeo. Them offisers baegot etn and J suppose T have laughed all the funny part away by this time. '..Thev contained some foot thinii that 'boys will wTite when tbey nmiivJovei ana mrwireeonieuvaes nsta an npoa me as reminders of broken promises. : bun :'' She says if they'd send em. sbe'l try and forgive eib attrvhtte. '; ; . , " ". ,5i( ,, , : . . .. Dont troublo y'oprsetf pluck, Vr.'ditur, and'il wtu Da an the same to me., , B..A. , n'. tr: f'i- . " . . t v '. ,if ;q,",J0SII BILLINGS OX 6KATIS6. , - c ..'!.. .1 i: ' 111. 1 I'll !) ti- C , .Having herd much about skating parka, and the grata amount ov health and muscle tbey wo Im parling tw the present genenubttn, at a alight ad vance from fust cosi, I bought a ticket and went erithin tbe fense.7 ' .)i . ; .i T '. A I tbund the ic4n very slippery oondUbu0cov ering atwut 0 akers pf artiGsbal water, wbiebj was oweed. by a stock, company, and froze tew order. . Upon one aid ov the pond was ereckted iittle grocery buil lipire, wher thswimtninaoton beach es while the lom-rs (kivortd.with blusbesj bitched Uieioagio iron, tew their lift, . .i-,n;Un! n' ' , It vas -a most axsitiog scene i the sua wus in the sky and - the . wind was jn thqeirtrftnd tbr birds were In ths south and the snow was on thegrpuod and the ice. Tay shivering witha. bad kolrj and"'an2ell( (or both gender), fliiklimled post mo pro' and coo, 2 and fro, bere a littls and, there a good deal'-,' ' '.'. ".', ' . . V . . ;' It' wax a most e'xsltlng scene ; wanted tew boi ler "Bully," or lay down and roll over. ' . , ., ; Rut 1 kept in, and aked with Rlpry. -1 Health was piktured oo meony a boheit brow. ' by side with tbe mole angels. It wax the most pow .1 . anv ..Kin., flllKV' l.l. 'u v'.'.f. r'M l'u' errot scene 1 ever ttpoa beninti, . ., Tbe loi.g red bp from their hecks swum In the breeze, and ''hefeathers In, their jockeys fluttered in the breeze,' and other tpipge ftew.mucb to men 4hnn) fluttered in the breeze. . - "'' c I dou'l think t was eVeTnibor Craty before iu tBv lite-otTice.'" ' ' "i""- ' "' ' For 1 lbnghonn I stood and gated with dum excltwicht. ..' ' ";'! ' "' s"".' ; r (Die lflc'ea kabtin bos tamed tud 'enly out tew raa''!-At .n - -1 . ' 1 d'on'l'Vfro how llr,mt'.l.:""n.', ' "' 1 ,"r 1 ! ' At one of the BORelk more suddeb than. S'.rl 1 est, cum flieirig dbwn the Irak, ? lengths ahead of tier male angell awl ryesWere gorging With her heavenly bust of speed ; he tremed to have, cut luce from earth,' aiid was bound , South, for the Catie of Good Hope, wheu aw) to poA, with eor go tin swoop tcrllfic, (lonu crumbling into a limpid henp she .'went, 'with squeal tcrrijflck;' liviug lovely muts'ov dlsastrus tkirt and taprtng nnkji ; "Awl gathered Around the hurtled angell ;"but lot lu a uionitrt space her wings agin was plumed and every feather was In its lawful p'asc; and 00 she tied, latinz like wine thru its beauteous bjunhcs- I had. saw euuff more bsppyneu that) belonged tew me and as 1 sloly wended Cnck lew ml bum at the tavern I felt good. A DltrAM. A few nluMi since a friend of ours. wblte w replied in the slumbers of midnight, "dream ed a dream," and Imagined he was 00 a plwimre ricursion to the iafernal regions.- II is sight was reiraled with many scenes novel, strange and on dreamed of In the phltosoplir of man. While in tlie reoeptioa rooin or bis majesty, the nlensaiit KtUa imp who acts as uthcr s.nuui.Led "Tba4dcu Stevens I". . .,.,.,, ...... ftatorf a'ctuAlly'iremlTi.d in hit su'tbufouj boots, and quick urmug asked! '' ' " .' - .wua4 that Uisy. fellow rioat reaosylvania T "Yea,"' responded the sher. ' "Send biln back I send him back," tried Satan. "There Is ao place for hint bere. '"I ' ' . "Ilttt," rosonded tbe little devil, wbo teemed tn oe,vo event which premietd tu knock tbe sand from under bis imperial chief, ."you must receive hiou heotn'l goauiyvbera lse,"i ; 1 butaa walked: tbe . ik with -rmild stride fur a few psuBtent, wbei) suddeuly be slopped and said 1 ' I have ill lie nmy have a few bushels ol brim- tlotie and a box of mntcbes, and go pif and suri alltt"e bell pf h!s Qwa.'y-.Y'fiffiAcis 'ouritr. k n . 1 A womau being eujulae ' to try the elftct of kiuiU aeos ou her biulnnd, and being told liiu( it would beau coals of fire vn his lual. rnpliul that she had tried "Ul lug bot water, aod ll Ui Ju'i Jj h of riw, 'WhWe d yen kail from 7" qnrrie1 a YanVe -of a traveler. "Where do yoa rain from 1 ""job t rain at all,'' said the astonished Jonathan. Nill e r d I boil, so cainil your own, bukioew." Tbe triuljUir of too I'oited Btali r"ulT'eaJur'm""Tr,'n"" n"' " sK-nu. v't at "u V'ri:i.-i, -.j a tfittr In tl- . ' . ' ' ' ' ' t"H"LV' This woman wilt tbdn bar, And cberiitt her for life T . T .- ,t , Wilt thots Jora aad rata fort toll - r, f ".fiVh-: lo vA -Mi-; til .J -.ny:?": sjbj-I rs3 hna tr.ti ed Thtewornaa I v. Hi takaf " tr ew ,"fn: .That sin ads beataarw now 9 an lC t.'t-i J'Ufiet beard and clothe,W' , , And have 00 other fro. , y s -Iraw.r.tfj s.'k,:'.; ..-cflsieVv e-jit !'.'. Ii'f?j4 dJ U..SBSIBT1V i i'i i.t!b f.-ir Ti .And for year husband wilt .,oiJ 'Kv1 " J J0VPf "W. I'ii v Cbcr bi slightest wish, ., . in !! ;m n Mn c '- '.At' t . t ".A r 1 hiu-i 9 CJiV f t' ti, .... i. ; . r.i. I'll I ft'. . Obey lifm all I choose, ', J If when I ask for funds; ' titAi -e' " HeUivetidoei refuse. i I'Vt.M i ifr-:- -1I1 h! ! r.ij rT ."? ., t sen .yon are masj aad wfrv , 'Aad happy may1 yott bet i10'-''!,E , ' i1 As many be your years; jf'S As dollars be my lee. : ui :i ':o"f in-fT 9r.th,e Cbronujlf... ni twEUS'S;5tsEAt;,; 1 Ma 'Erat:J-Ai f bare)? latel hoard "9!T:er tba acta of lb newly apMfnled , agent of "hM Ko rea, fer this locaUty,! teTy'nlifar1iWlU;fe aVl th'aav ! ttm-ludad UfaeaSl y emltarIMtft4 . snggratlveJoTt more disrjreet' n4 teasRila teVof thti obnotMol ejrUblhbtnrbVtbM alFof orr c9m2 mnnity. seen dlvpowd W ettterlam. '-Tb' Wgafdli ' this evil and many othera? whlcn lha irorthern an? tritrmpbant sectioa of thlr nation, em dled tr afflict tie with;' I beneve both eldet rlew tf'"mU ter from a partial and pTudKd'stiwd fdln't. '' ICfi very appsrent that The North fa ttHerly dittruJtfnl Of our professions 'of kindly rVellug lowarrle to negro, .Had whilst I am satisfied' tbat''ttef. Ira waorig ia thla etippositron, yef w giva trMnmany reasons for iadUiglng this distrait." ft tr very ap parent, not only to a prejudiced 4 bias agtftnsi bnt to an entirely "dielntreetedbb!vthh?vfiat the South has. not yet fhtly;'comp'rthendca itfrat the colored pewoa s not only no lohgir a fav, bnt that be ia also entHled te eosae'elvB Wiftaine'. Now let us dismiss our obsolete) and (illy prejudice and understand and act opan the newstatUs nt the negro, in Its complete signifloance. r1 If we win only do this I have faith that we caa get rid af this evil of the "Freedmau'i Bureau," a-t well a many other Impositions efw mistaken poltry o Ik part of the North, Rome of nbi.faaatlef of Ike) North are now uiamoring for the political equality of the black.x tba only instrumentality of defeating the fanclrl oppression of their1 old master; Tbesw demaegnea. will ..get the . honest rnasees of tb North on their sid unjoss wa 'satisfy -Xben of tbe sincerity of our kmnado prolcMlocs toward ' tbe freedmen. i .Now ibow 'caa iWe tbus- satisf1 ibem 1 , x I d tbe first; place by a proper1 apprecletioi oC the (fUcgs and prejudices of the Nortkj -Ibaro ao doubt tbnt tlmte ia the North who iirvocata (Ui "Freedman'i Bureau,", booestly 'and eonscienllowai ly belie v.lia the freedmen ; would e abused aad oppressed without-iu protection. Il ia trW that Its, inacptioa. and establishment was largely" due to peeirltttion and corruption and fanatical bace of pur peoalet HButjka maSptenance, and qpavi UnuKDca ta bo only due to tbe support of UoM Norlbtn niauee.: wbo. sincerely .talitva that it to neoresary lor tba protattion.tif helpless freodaear Let ns disabuse- them of thia convietio., and aw mere the occopatioa wlrick It thus givoi to. detia geguei d, peculator. : One we hoped to estabseaW our peculiar wiwi fey. Uie atero axbitrmoeatiod arma,, AXtera struggle that iwiil give tn peapke one of the, brighten, peigea jn histerwrwc failed ' do thia. t. e lav, sipci this ill fated oanAsstewecat new allegiance, .to tbs.goverouietit, -we wtroweailr overthrow.) Ttjul ,fn jKt. . hare c obtuse ed jarHaai terms tuatt could bav been expaetad froib aeaasi with whom wo iad waged .war, so deter rpi aodt and relcnUesa.,, A'hy alwuld we cot then, with tba modesty and moderation of a. conqaered people solicit the allevatioa or removal of uajast- Imposif tus.sueh as we.oll .4een-.ibw ,.F.readsA'aiiBj reau ffi bf 1 1 Tbf to . are - row ,! two, Barso in Htm North, one tba baliaveaour ;acja pf aeoetiMoik wer uu!l aud.vom,..th4 wher, and at-f resent Meosiotlts most, numerous one. that boileves-, tbey: nrra aUa and (orevtr,tbrc.w the nislHug.&aJce eikfilisj Union. ..-Jhis iniost auiueroiii party,: whiek; turtr. desire, 49 Jteep jiout etjk Union that we werc.opoo so anxious to separate from aod are so .aixiqwi.tot get Into again,-are opposed to our re-cntranoo now more on account of eur fancied ill-will to tba colored race, than to aoytluhg else. Docs it not be. booii,'as aeniible meif, to dleaM Hitn tff fkla impreiaiw;ly'kraryiMesn-'fo (mi fwiff No one ran go fhlherHiaa the Writer of' tWt br lleving (bat IhU'Treedmana'' Uarreu dVfVats' tnw vetypurpbso- for wMeh It wosi esfuMihed,' tbaif pretention and tofneit of thw ifreftrteoiHyV morally certain that It th rftaklng'-aiid edill1orr of all laws relative to tbe emancipated iW-ki left to tbe people of tbofitateo It WliHB they reaidw! that suh tnaetments and Iheir enforcement vnjahf meet -rvcry reqairement of m -wW ind'htmiaBO polirr,'- lit bvltevM that the MudiltoBrbofVeol men, if left td the rontrdl of the State, wduld ba far better both Cw themselves aod the" whites, tlh' In tba baa. Is of a tiaUoual agebe put, qf tunately, the people and the power thai' hive ei snpremerconrrot of tbli natter think olberwtaelaU' Should, we not iheo - try 10 convince ibeu'that lUoir distrust of our professions of good rteling kM wards, aud a purposoto 4u jusituo to the fhwdufeart is uofwunded T Wo caa ' only, remoro ..this -agaat lrrcsiusUle and unconstttutiohal'tfiboaal, tbiav buga eogiuery of corruption) and peculntfua, (Mo 1 oustant foubtaio of Irritation berweea too taro 1 raojs by proving our profrsuions by our .acts" a4' extreeaiona,,- bo great it Ilia Indignatioi of awr people wilb a tribunal,, that it ia So icontetpptpona lulls origin, pwrjiosva and dto decioioof of 'tl)otr own rights kmJ .rivils3a, ikat i some ( thrt ' eenaure aa (Soulhern bimu who would acX pro UdBt-'. agency in this Rurcaa, foryettin bow tuuob) iwa tolerable an H irwy be made la thar way."' 4itt as rather K'ce wlieu we can scour one of suv--4ilUepe ,iir liuiau,.. ud tenorer lie Jmi.ewv eaioa to rxurt rep.,aiioq v" 'tuliies for aUi ntt freediileii, let UJ approve raAiwr limn d'O'iirc.' B,v giviug the ageiil's' all the eiaioaraenirnt ' ablw ayaipathr that we ut and, riwsting I kkvtwjsitl ii.l4iic 9l".. rojih-t upon the t'"ki(i(d pir. u,u ;m every pnk-lira'l wy lhat wo 1110, tliuw our aitid- tv feel'inkf 1bWi.rit 'the nVefu,1 aid Onr ftitl nW . of las new etHroa, we raO the most sucfuid)"l rful;tlia: viU caluiualia pf.lha ageataisl' ihiasi inatitutidn tlnut tr thris on priviu .gnt'i,,vgpuUtA fuiteu ft uiiou us furevet If do nut oh ikr