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8 J M V. XEW tl.OO. ) W ILL of FN NKW lU en Ain tr- t. ! Hrl .tmr -r ..f ih- 41 Farta!' Hicl kn?M- t.i i mWv m-r At t .'il.f m ilia nf-.r- iC. --lvrv .1 my :mt tile tMMl at-lir. mv 'llt-- ti. Kilt liM-ff llilirb rr.ttr f -T ttifTh Alt art in- ; .: .! f .m-aa I .-l lll I ll i:. nnitoR io, RIIIL CSTITEJL WSHUME ltETS, 1 1 , m. i?-r tiicTfiTvi I.IFK INSt RAM K COMFY Ai-ot over r,(HK.(H(. il. r.i .Viar AiAr ? I. I-1-, ( I I ai vriH rrfi m. VVl 'T?M?!Zvllry V minni. ml !tiff iwrnf wit mm m fet -n l.il J I' if i I nnti: , M ;. i if vm ! i -T ( . iw - ' J. MU&5 A I lit t RAKKIt AT COTECTTOXER. j m urdrf m man nr, have hoen aOijuit l,....,., i -,?- .ttm!l.if f.w-'i- mt rr j ,v t,e cicijit court of Shelhy eo. ..HU KVM. Mull fl. . t 1 lf el.se ol ra-lieaU to kill, by our .vl-i-l m if 11 hh wpri 1 court. U lull, and 11 it to he maunder kimui i' ,i,. ; tiod or misread hy any. This case ir : but another instance of that character , 11 wr ..;. m I v, sii u . Mil v.V; I. HIT1 llIAWIlt W ll rr, ..: -h- ft .( -T n:"L ASSOCIATION OF 31 1: if 1 r.v. : . ft!i:.J. U'JL, I'rc-iJei.t. HErny yr. uovau, vfce Treat. " JO US rRHCUARD, Treasurer, jro. T. TlfOMTN, Sec. A Act ary. Ca-hicr. j An. Agent. IK A VV-'CLU St. Louis City 1 Coun-..- s.c::.t. . :: '..i. r y.xi n.e iiisk'is-s of the Association av- irg ii.i -a-cil wiib such unparalcTcJ joi kcls of the taxpayers. Inourown rapidity siniv n-rg.nua;i'u, and n'l-! (ouiity, tl-e proportion is well stistain tner.ti application lav iug been re-! i-1, and all this to place in offic a set t wived ironi merchants and capitalist" of hounds entirely untit for the places f her Mate t- have l'rar. he etal-; they are to occupy. The uperinten It-htd ni'L''t them, ti e member of dents were allowed -$:;iwi for their ter the Asoeiaf ion, at a meeting held f-r i riblo labors, and the registrars 51 per tl.a piirp'-e, on . tober Jit h,ch-mgcd ! day. It is a long lane that has no turn. - '-" . 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'r. , . 1 - a.tii'.. of.n.mi-m. ..ttun t si ivi iceep the railicais in power is the great 1 ' , . , , hack with a long beard and longer it w im.. .0. lti.-.t --.vin' but Utile i.. 1. . . , 1 1 rtj nt.i.w. ..f Hi.-w. r.i,. . . "'!'. ..;. ,lf.,i.;. ia accepted as sincere and honest, 1 ,ach , ''"' . 1 "r- r it is true, ami t h.U 1 s.n mg i-tit uttu . tl)t Wt,at ,.t tneniiior.. 1. ..k. it M -'..l - -; ." -Money 1 no hmg, taxation is ' disinterested and i yarns, from Calilorma. es, indeed ; He mny be good enough, a good as - . -- -- IllllMKIt.. rrt BmW't-Jt iwi n ii -"I nnlliiti" so boi"- .m f his enl is fined net .inse tnev weio (iisiiutresten, ami .. . ,, , , ,, e , - , , , '. . , n-. ,..!. . iiViii is! I. K.. t 1. 11. v.,H-n, ; uu ?" ' .P'T1' made with no view to political prefer-1 a,ld ,,r,Sct a"cl hnV?i 's J1'" f:,!e j other radicals, though there is nothing The result o! ra In-a' reconstruction . SUV r,.:ri.,'r-,,tR"?,:.r,f' T' ,,ar 11 w;w a favor,c K 1 1 ' ran.l pa, a, with his silvered hair and in his rrc,d, from his mfancvor which are at present IV.ng reali.ed it. ' J". wMhmk .j'm'M' - i ' tl.. siM.-ep.-irty to reduce the nut,.- ,n.' .... ,., , , patriarchal presence, he stands, like!y0,h, in Cooper county, to piW it. i Arkansas, is thus referred to by the. lrt.: M ! VSXtte that the' ,,,, ofthe iand Joh U-fore his afflict itm, surrounded by BtIt, a, Jawyer, "ye gods and little ; New York Times, a jaco. in organ : ; fXMlWlU i;.i.r' S'lf e not desire the ballot, have not asked numerous and happy family; whi,e H-he- !" what a pretender! He is the "Peop e m Arkansas-men, women .Kn'u MnV. A rt,!;,r ' ,s. ol e. momy ovtr the pr. sent one ami ; be greatly injur- the spectacles of grand ma glisten with , mt,rest shvster ! if he were tit for the and children, tradesmen, laborer and l.iVrjr.r Z?.) V??jil ,?,T,rr:,rf'a.dW:";, J bv ViZLl ' tZLl. V,; if hi fitness equaled that cf hi- .tf.c all sorts -are flying from ' .r ii i..ku:;j -i1"-"t,""--!"n. iau-.. I T 1 " T' i n-ih; r.m-.io. inr,,'i ii iw ,.,ih. nalcc lll'm W1,h lhc l,c:if,c ,ll9t ""f- iwonent. Ilion tlui people might feel 1 whom ? t rom rv-he!, negroes, Ivu 1.500 MiKuS 'TuiXmram al k-fi.if-l, l Caucasian ami xprrss. By JULIAN, ALLEN & Co. .III". w. . rf-l..VI i ; TEKKS: --lir Tar. in m'i ..life, Kf.VO; i rrv.O". in wit ii.-f, 1 .23 ; -int(-voitf, Ille. MiW--i iitim- I ;' -"""'-. -'.'" ' anmi ..nt j ' ; .Vtreiii-t-."ltrV Vii t t'.l . I innl Srtilf- mrul t)f;rf(, iki N.fn-, Jrrnli pf-r !im f.r firl ini-r- -'hi U"tprril, , t ii - iuitutriil in trrr, Kiukr tir. im- than thw cTfl mrrK:iii!!i.rwiv. firfrn Urt-i Wvih. oru'lir. - nl v-tlvt- tr 1.fi litltit'u- nli' frf. J IJ-'.ft.r A -rk of all kinttoiir in f -ty lr. on rn- f nt ir ir mI irtiuYf It t nlvl l. A dip'cl from Jefferson, dated 22d, ! uya the vote ft' Ja. kson will he ottt. all partie, agreeing to s.,r. "'ri hit iiuia-i .7 Hi J.u i J'j lir ! ouni JonM i;i.iwY aiil IV ki, luerei-itrarsi who kilie the l utciik'h ami a Mr.! ... .... . . . m :.. ..,: .;" .' -".."". , registraLioii, iiiata si ur.provoKe i ami , , , 1,..:,i., .. ..,.. f, .r t rim; . ,,.,iainl honor another for tad same ! Otleiis i Tl e negro Congressman from Louis i inna, I ronght to Washington under 1 laie pretenses ty the radicals, has had ! his claim t a scat in the House re I Tarred t'j tie committee on elections. r.d 4 Le wa only cLcftcn tu till a vacaner ii. tl pro.ut Congress, it i t likely this wi.l Pe tnt iasi t tv. ; heard of his ease. At least it is to le j nope l so, iir e-rcti u lie were iiuiv elect- j el under radical inanagcrin-iit. it were ; better he -hoa! 1 never take his seat;! am c'poeiaiiv 1 no true, wnon ii is 1 reiefiu'.-eie-l Ik oioy r present some ilea l aej .'it by eoi te-t. Jlis claim to th piacJ i by : nieuiis as clear as it should be. even ii ths !opIe and ! nalion admitted the ritrht tn a necrr rf' i ' lo vole or hold otfive. j Total cost of registration in St. 1 Louis, 5190 16. Of thin sum, Hi, 1 6-T lti wa paid for registration alone, and the balance 20, expended fr election purposes, printing li-fs, AC., wiiicji laiier cost f-.uuu. in lor hut time, an election cost about S2, h'0. Now, we liavo81$,90 16, as the i'. in of economy according to radical conceptions. This legist ration is 8s, '.''.m; 10 in .ce-s of the previous one, ail of which conies directly out of the OM Shoepgs introduces another ; i, Jim, ,1 iconomv in congress, jie i . , " r. . "lihcto mcreseo the Supreme court by bIz additional judges, at a salarv f c Y"."J each, or say 9-.b,(i')) for the whole batch. This, wiih a new tax bill, said to be intended on!- to meet the increase on the national dobt, a fig ure no man can estimate, are the signs of a return to the paths of economy and retrenchment. .Not very srood ones. ! l " tr"; i,,,t nrp general with the radical nurtv. a tiartv that nreache a . . .i ' .i .t doctrine tothepoople they never prac tice themselves. 1 he design ot the bill is to :xore fully corrupt and dishonor the Supreme bench, and place all decis ions in the hand of a perfectly venal tr partisan court, so that none of the ras- ; ...lit,- flf l14 vil!.-iii,oiis Ciini'ri-w n,nv I . - . , 7 . - be overlooked and unnoticed. And to i. wto , the inr.ne ford who mis - govern-Arkansas, is a fit imitator nf T. i . I iricHt K, and his man, I .uam, ! some thief from the New F.i.jjlaiid I coiiiiiun school., is a fit prototype of. Bacon Montoomukv. 1'hcir acts of sm at Augusta, so far as repor- ted, see m only the counterpart of the .. .1... Mwo Missouri miscreants in ! H' I Ol ill". i il,i-i i Thev entere-l the town n i - - " - -j 1" I. ...4 rnvcrttv fired ni.ot, t he sacred ncr. f" - . . ; t . son pi tbc miscratjie laitKt-c shop i r- -7,;;iiM-a man that tl.e people did not g invite among them, and 'whom they S!diJ not at,t-an.. by armed lutlians, seized upon all for the. si,, of a single down the town. Most of the. people have been forced to leave, u h,L- the cut ' i throat and scoundrels making up l"p- i ham'. pwt i-nitiit'i" have helped thct J elve to any and all things which their vile fancies pictured that the' needed, ' roald ne, give away, or stid to their 1 friends in Yatikeeland. The Legisla- u, ' t'irc, made up of carpet baggers and 1 hcallivvngs liavc legalized their act : thctot'V atti-mpting to iiiukc sucn acts .'...i.t.. . ,:.;,i . ,.;.,- r ' out the jH'opIe that their farm am h.m-es may be sold to scoundrels north for a tTide. Such diabolism was never heard of until the political pot boiled and threw radicals to the surface. No one eotil I have dreamed that such devils iiieiirna e existed ; and it is well a new name had to he found for them radical. Georgia i to be again reeonstr icted. , I li ,a p.-icd through the ordeal three i ' . , .' . or tour times; Pin it mihsl do more re constructed; and wha-. has been done, the plaster that havt been put on must be razeed off, examined, and some of them tacked back ; others discarded, and new plaster tnut be prepared and put om th nia:iy sore places that a physical examination of tbo body po It tie ha discovered. Whether the sick man M ill reover under tho treatment is to be tested. No oue knows, unless it bPiMF.R0T d "nch -dellers," as c w prop'-aereronimittinjj- he e-uistitti-t ut ion ol Georgia, with instruction that it I,- in iu) a in rciect ii o man from 1 ..it;... ui.i-i.iiT.r of color, l.ouir. in. i Ti .,,Art (aU ni.rr Xnw it i i mn. . it ;-- fyf"- - 1 1 he i-olor. Bttri srvca tneir time, I ., i Our Railroads. J Tin-re it little tic'v. in regard to He ! railroad here, and Unit littl not alto- ' get her of the best, The North Missouri (.vest branch, i wli.Kf time table we print el-ew here, ' put. on daily regular trains to Kansas J iTitv on Monday hit. having gotten ; tho ro'Ail Niillustcd fnrtieientlv to war- i runt it. 1 lie ilonot house is unfler root i at the iunction. in wiht cf thm cit v; ! ami with the exception of an occasion- i . tK t-.w.- J ; Vy he o!oiu pretty well- The engineer corps of the Lexing-: part the name t purring pussy, who ton & St. Louis road entered upon their ! arches ht r hack in astonishment at duties a few days ago, at Dresden, and j ,im ):u.k ()f jjj. j.;Vcn John Bar will mark the through. Also, one . . . . ... . ,j . . .. .,..",..- levcorn knows it l Chi iiitinas, ana hM nol ,iaJ Une t(, decule , . th Uiour.se of uoliev to he udonted in re- apeet to tlu t oad, not havmg acted i eituer in a count v r luunieipai snatie: hut will d j so no d'Hitit in timo. ll is expected to build this rcia J inside of IW coming rear. e mm. muv l" ""I 1 . 1 I . I . . ... ...1 r;ir-l to the Couisiana.V Missoun river railroad, lur- jthcrllmii it in Iwlie.cd that tl com pany will accept the ;jOO,OUO propo sition, and erect a separate trade from that of the Lexington & St. Louis road through our county, which would only tii further facilitate trade and accomo date a larger body of our citizens. The branch o: this road to Jefferson City has betMi let to Gen. Thomas L. I'rick, 0n advantageous) terms, and will he built cpeectily, it is said. In regard to the Lexington road to the junction a part of the St. Louis & St. Joseph road we have to report the work in statu quo, no iron having I een yet received to lay the track, though it is said to have g it as far west as St. Charles, and probably may be here in a low Uavs The f.H;owii.giy"urr,'l!1,l"n " 11 letter to a gentleman of this city wi crha.)9 eXiliult, th Jelci lion, and the j ,.n r A- ,.JC c,-,I11.,anv therco:. : ipany Jcar Si. Jj-t vif, Mo., Dec. 17. "n : Your favor oi thi lOlh inst. j just teloiC me. is 1 have just arrived home IrcuSt. Louis. I thank you for the kind feolinir toward our road, aini for your information ami that of your citizens, 1 will state that the iron tk. "y track from the junction to Lexington was s.,.,.;-..::."? -ew torn .i-.ii i . . r v i . on ine -u nay u oi vmour, i-ui u..t -- cedetited delavs have detained it in transit until now. It is now arriving at St. Louis, and will come forward to the junction as soon as possible. We have our arrat-gemeut. now made to lay it ones. W e have spared no effort to hurry it up, ami arc in no way re pp msible for the delay. The crossing at St. Louis aud St. Charles, is exceed ingly difficult, and the North Missouri Kaitroad eompan- is very short I lutn and that same turkey was look of cars, but we have gone to much ex- j ing for his bead a few minutes there tra expense and effort to get the iron up. Vie hope when these tacts are known through you to j our citizens, you will feel more kiudly towaid us. We appreciate- their disappointment, and assure them it is no greater than ours. Yours truly, L. M. Lawson, I'ras't. Female Suffrage. The Kansrts State JouiJi ! is in favor of female suffrage and enforces its views in a sort of woman's rights cate (hism entitled a "Plea for Woman" from which we clip the following question : "Who was the greatest politician j ter . .-pake a cup of sugar egg F ranee ever produced ? Mme. Roland. " j i,Pat vah a hoo one oun It is no doubt true that the political greatnes of Mme. Roland arose more from the fact that she had not the bal lot than from any other cause. If she could have voted and held office, ns a man, her greatness, or at least faitfe in her political integrity, would have cith er departed or been very much weak ened, ami the masses would have look ed upon her as insincere or perhaps worse. But speaking of political mat- ter from the stand noint of a ,rr,mn. 1 or question. But they have no where : intimated such desire. Wc have uni formly said that if the women of the , ,ot cx,Jnd,;d ,hen, we shouIll not ob. lect. But do thv ' Would it be bene- ticial to them 'i Would they not be- ' eome, like the man, the merest poli- ' "". " "" ti i.i : . i ....... L - .. a ne"io t'er socia relations : t e " 8- " s',0,ua De,uictu ' DOtn sexes to a-ivancc ine icmaie in d an v element .. I caicuiatcil to uistui o tins reianon fn j nW rnlt in bur' fill lie to them. - ..;.. .... 1 . ' r . Sritlbere 1;, fal- 'ut!hJ? " "V' . " 5' I 1 - tn to .nil ffi oT. . . O . , a t , 1 of to. 1 rn ' ,r , ,.t'r . Pror, P,ace of the " oman is not III lUI 7Jll-. A plan is being agitated to again put up the tariff on whisky to 82 per gal lon, by the present Congress. If it were possible to tax whisky out of ex istence few would complaiu ; but as it i not, and the proposed tax is a mere piece ot mercenary legislation io pun 11.1 1 1110llt lll tm.7 " r- v,.,.u. . , i t . i ...:,:... . , w,,o nave oog..L up,,- 4' arc not quite sure but tho present Con gress had not better still cheapen it, as a means to the death of radicalism. No doubt. Congressmen are largely in terested in thi little business transac tion, and if they can raise the tax to $i on tho whisky they have bought at say 72 to 7-V, do you not see, reader, what a nice little Speculation will re sult '! Yates is a largo holder of whisky, all in one vessel. Lcoan is said to hold well, also, besides all, or nearly all, the radicals. m A correspondent of the New Y'orl: Time says that Jefferson was saved from pcciinary embarrissment only Iry bis Mont icello farm; that Madison after Ins retirement, with dithVultv, kept up a respectful appearance at Moiiljielier, ii ml t hat his widow supported herself hv ths sale of the "wreck of personal iTtcfs ;" that Monroe beeanff. "abso lutely destitute" heforo ho ilieTi ;fhat Jaetton had hardly money erough to 1. 1 1 e iid ' - - - ' - , ...... - ! entertain visitors at tne itermunge, 1 arid mate other ivi nnowing tho . i t or patt.no .u.i-t i iucutubVnC. "A Merry Christmas!" Messrs. Kpitois : But then, to doubt, you have heard thiit, til'ty times -already; for didn't your wife, before your slepy eyes wire half opened, ' astonish you with "A Merry ChriU mas And sable Ihiiuli, too, early in-, tiinmtcl lnr ' ClirismtH f'Siff," whil I the bovu on t ho utrcot, ns you turn the j corner, throw their tiiuiis ana eon- nululatHtis nt m.u riimnltaneously The house l'irf too, has caught the in- u.iir.iti.in rf il,- l-iv uinl Willi noisv bark and c!tun-v ant km Mnves io nn laboring under th impression, that he w ll, ,,lv ni hn ,lr,o 1, kiliilh- dm- ... V..V, 'J , veys the information, with the yell of a t'amauche Indian, gratis, to every one whopas-es. JJi.nevolent John '. Tin t rn .unets. hlown from hapuv. (lis- i i-ii,1..,I chenL-B r.oimv wlnstlui J.nd! squeaking files, mingled with the rtib-a-dub dub of miniature drums, makes the mcdlev serenade of the boys, to the iv, 1 v.o.-t"nci,l Mini ,:jilv ileeUeii llollsi of their sisters ; and tue united merri ment ot both tells in an unmistakable manner that Young Lexington is as happy as noisy. The faces ot the grown wear an un-oial brightness, while genial old aye i happy in the happiness it sees around it. The church bell peal more joyously than their wont, as they Call us to the ho'ise of the Father to com memorate t be b;-'.'.' tr" itis Son and our Savior. Yes, this i- Christ nris il.e day so long vrarpod for I - clnliiiiood ; aud the lit t le Olios who tor w eeks ia?t. a lhev sat o- ('ir knee, and listened to i 1 origin wit li g"::v i their hand z ect''. "Santa . n - that .tear, mythical old 1 fellow, who fill their hea-'.s and stock ings iri about the -am.- pr ! i -n. Olt have th; V"." f ' 'sr.tiTitc l the days intervening, and when the "r.io n"s come at la-t, and epeh stockinir care fully hung, childhood retires to happy slumber with a thousand speculations as to its contents the ne:;t morning. The fii-nt peep of daylight and the pat ter of little feet on the stairs eome .-ynultaticou!-, and their rapture over 'Sau'-aV' -".;r,s ei-livctis many a homo, and awakens m"i' memory of days long past. It w us but v ester-lay, Messrs. Editor, our back yard rejoiced in a turkey a live gobbler, who strutted and swelled with health and life. But " Linden saw another sight," and so did our back yard ; for the cook, with murder in her eye and an ax in her hand, came upon after. Let us turn to the kitchen, for it has been the scene of an indescribable uy roar the past week. The good-wife has held mysterious conferences with her friends; drawers have been ransacked for recipes ; savory herbs fill the air with fragrance; tin pans glisten with frothy compounds, and the chopping knife is as busy as the French guillo tine in the Reign of Terror. Such a baking, and slewing, and frying I Why a week ago, our presence was strictly tabooed from the cook stove, and j the sputtering lard sizzled an omi I nous warning in our ear. In the dead j hour of night, even in her sleep, our enreful spnuse would incoherently rnut- and ce ot i spice chop tine with hoo a-ow . Heavens! Richard 111. from a cook book ! thought we. Rut it is over at last, and the result ol all this commo- lion in every imiiciioiu, is a display oi ail the palatable "goodies" that female ingenuity can suggest, or the appetite of man desire. A day of reunion, is Christmas, and the lamilv circle describes a larger trc than i usual. For hasn't brother John ! a11 the way from New- York ? ! And lMc'r MrJV has hastened ' : V, i.-. t l.i .-uiih L,...i.i , .t timd trt passcth human understanding. A nd now they gather around the parental board; and its aged master, withlrcm - bling hand and choking voice, im- plores the blessing of the Almighty upon ins assemuieu hock, .a prarri . i- ii i j.i .. tor tne absent and a messing on mo loved ones around him thus inaugu rates the ceremonies, and then the clattering plate keep an accompani ment to tabltt festivity. Let us take a peep at the new mar- ril1 cour'e who have just entered upon i the duties of housekeeping. Ah! me. , , , - . - , 1 ""v i tempting? Just look at the little ladv ,,erp,,.xity of hr first brow is cloud- kd. fov.v and then, as doubts of some over her mind, but ice as and stalled at the head of the table, while she de murely seats herself opposite. Brown and crisp is the turkey, and bright the platter that bears it ; hut just hero a difficulty presents itself, and the first attempt at carving is undertaken with fear and trembling. He eyes the tempt ing dish with a dubious air, but remem bering that "faint heart never won fair ! lady," the left hand thru-ts the fork, I the right follows with the kinle, and a . , .... i spiasti ioiiows no'.n : w peai oi merry laughter greets his awkwardness, and a few ineffectual attempts at length result in a horribly mutilated mass of turkey - hood. However, he will learn, Messrs. Kditors, ln will learn, ami a tew years hence will find him skillfully dissecting his tire-cut object of difficulty to the admiration oi an appreciai i e audi - nee oflittleot.es. Christmas has come ami gone ; and with it its joys and sorrows. Darkt ess . I ... 1 . h .... I, n,,t .rill. Il l.nLluir , - .. ... .... .. ...... ... . cioiius .roti.., -"-t.. we will resume our several patns ot duty. Many who moved i health and happiness among us on this occasion, will, ere a twelvemonth ha passed, be called to the presence of IDm hose anniversary it is ; and lot us hope Ui protecting arms will enfold them. A merry Christina, and many happy return of (he same, to yon and your, Messrs. Editors, is the heartfelt wish of Mm. .Num. v sr-i .- i- .....v, w,... with a peiutentiarv. .iR centre. The radical Sue goqerntnent is composeil of men of foresight, U ere making ample provisions forthem slves, when law and justice shall have aVeunxiU their rfghtful tny. Gen. Shields and Judge Wood. ''Since O r list,' we Lave heard !i! tie ; in regard to Ihe eertiti.aies of election ' uf these gentlemen, expected to be re-' c:ive(l from the great high cockalorums ! at Jett'er..o 1'ity. Hut among the little : heard, is that neither have received : their warrant of otlit e tip to a low 1 s i ago; uihI, also, thut the n;ttlor U to I looked iiiftoUv in some hhant. in i ' the .stale capital, and decided one way or the other. It is said, privately, tiiat I Kt.F.rciiKii is favnvahlo to issuii g eer- liti,ates to the sii( C.--ful camlidates, j hut that Mr. Count 1,'oi.man is .t)poo.' i and how theentan-leinent is to i.c dis- I posed of is not certainly known, thoich I a hlind man might put i aptett good guess. For ourselves, we hrlieve that i Jackson county will he thro- 11 out, and j ri' Jackson county will he thro n out and! I','1,"'', t:- niv,, t' A N 1 1 o f N l,d T.iwnkikv. i !.. it.;.. ,.ii. i liut the following from the Ilegister ofi this rity, to our mind, is prettv conclu I s pretty concni t rive that we are right 111 our conjee-1 Jure : "!-et the 'Demociiu y Howl." We I are -happy to be utile to sav to our re publican triends that, we have heard! enough by the underirroumi tdei'raph i line, to be able to state eonlideui-lv. ''- that the deniocraie fort of "Jack-on" j has been overcome bv the ' llolman 1 gun." In other words. Secretary liod-: man, in the exere.se of a sound l. i crdi' ii, will riot count the vote ot'j Jackson county, and will give ccrtiti ! cates of election to C.d. Van Horn i and to Judge Townsicy, and Circuit Attorney Warner. Fraud and bribery i sometimes win. Some yield to them, j Seeretarj Itodman never ib es. The ' Jackson county farce may be here- j after classed with the Dover elect on ! in this eounty in lstirt, a nn unuc-' ceftil swindle. If the democracy event that gave it -( would succeed, let them nrify tl, em-fa-es, wi.!d dap ; selves. The Augenn stables were mote at H e r.vvition ol I easily clennse-l." "Let the demociacv howl" N- lV. : if the editor did not recognize thetri right to howl, he would never have! headed his article thus. But the editor' Lnnws wll as we, that the whole j arrangement is a swnuilo 00 tle part of his party and Count Ih.nM an; and I he says trulj- that '-fraud and bribery ' some times win;" and that "some ie:"d ' to them!" W have no doubt Count i Rodman will make a nice little thing of it. But how our neighbor can afford to stultify himself by declaring that Rod man, "in the exercise of a sound dis cretion, will not count tl.e vote id' Jack t,Cr) county," and that the "Jackson county ,Hco may be hereafter classed with the Dover election in this count v in liit),' we do not see, for there is no analogy. Dover was disfranchise.! be cause CooI.EV would i. 't allow the rrg- i uiarly appointed registrar to proceed 1 with the registration; an I that I.e corruptly took trom him ins p,..r;us,.vtn, ami tiiat mis t-cing ine case, u.e pe 'P e u- j.H.,s j (em organized the election under the elee- ! e,-iu;t:il I- that the sir in -.:..r.. ... ... I ...i.i i ... ' ' . , , . . . ' llin iat, iinu o mrin-l to vote. i'Ui iii ja. li-ou coutny, ine regisiraiion was made in accordance with the new law, made by radicals. A supervisee wa appointed by the Governor, and approteu l ine Cnmate wilji p w - or to sc.cct Ins registrar, which he did, awd made the registration, under. and in pursuance of the law. As to; f)ent (t (l;o ,jc,t :;nd a half tim'e the question of fraud', .ve see no right I in fraction h's than cvcntecn years. Count Ropman or the editor can have,! -phis, in connection with all the'oii.j-r in view ot the fact that it has been j advantage derived from thi invest plainly proven that Van Hokn did at- j ',,,, would afford to the public ere I: empt bribery and fraud, to make such ' TO.s u fa;r atld lit eral compensation shameless declaration, or hold to t- .i . of their capita!, and wit h policy that would put to niusli the ommonest thief in the radical ranks Hut this view of the case is not the worst one. The worst feature of this i "Augean stable cleaning," is the (liar- ; :icter of men that are to take the place; j ot competent and well title. 1 person, r We shall pass over Mr. Van II-.iin. All j possessed of a single hone-t impulse, jwiliadrr.it his incompetency. is j unfitted "I y vi.nuo- of intemperance, if ' for no other reason, and from the fact ! that" no to date, he has d me cmpl.ati- Cal!v nothing for his section, - But we are to have Towssi.tY as t . r .. i t j .. . t . . T j s.,fe ,,r h-ast as safe as thev could j ft.e un,ier a partisan administration of j justice by one who himself knows j'jn,tk-e , and understands the law. The : t.atiC js a serious one indeed, and de- . ... . . . mamls the best thought ot the people looking to a remedy for its evil. Kir ourseives, simply, we think such outrage should not be telerated. Any recourse would be better than such submission. Strange Story The Living and Dead. The London Herald tells the follow ing singular and touching story : Not many years since certain mi nors, working far under ground, came upon the hdy of a poor fellow who had perished in the suffocating pit 46 3 ears before. Som chemical agent to which the body had been subject an agent prepared in the laboratory of na turi 'ind effectually arrested the pro gress of decay. They brought it up to the surface, and, for awhile, till it crumbled through exposure to the at mosphere, it lay there the image of a fine, sturdy V'oung man. No convul sion had passed over the face in death; tho features were tranquil; the hair was black as jet. No one recognized the face ; a generation had grown since thednv on which the miner went down his shaft for the lat time. But a tottering old woman, who hail hurri ed from her cottage at hearing the news, came up, and she knew again the face which through all those long cars she had not quite forgotten. The poor miner was to have been her hus band on the dav after that on which he lied. Thpv wtre roii"h neople. of i course, wno tTOre lookingon ; a liberal education ami refined feelings are not ,ccmed es-ential to tho man whose i work js (f) t ,lp poaja or even tin ; , ... ' . t . I. - nut there were no ury eye wnen me grav-headed old pilgrim cast herself!'' .-' 1 Up0"n triC youthful corpse ami poured " ... j intQ itfl ((.f at many word of endear- Roliingcr couniy, Mo., is a radical i IH vear. It was a i stronghold. It gave Grant 3:l and t ,, j,,,, ......ti att ; the one so old, the 0.j,er so vounc. Thev had both leen young those long years, but, time had gone tin with tho living ami stood still . til, the dead. The bee raisers in the vicinity of Louisville. Kv.. f-r a circuit of twenty. ., it .i- fi-.-e miles, were recer.liv stat I e i i'i me , .i . i t,...i ,,11 the 1 d-.scoverv i.iai ineii i-t-e.- ..... v ot . - . , -. , OHO KICW WllHtier. sMv'cd. THe de ii t : h cry :. ves tf. U'un? f II of honey, eon -fcve to seventv Little Mary's Tltou-tLt. Little Mary had just come t': window, vi.4 re -he had I ecu out Willi evident pleasure, and a ni the! ga.il g down' I oil her li tie g ool at papa's feet. It was just at sunset ; a mo-t glori ous sunset it via. '1 he western slv as mant'ed with clouds f I he most wl.ic-l. tli- tr7Al U'ltll t lit tttlft 1 i II 1 1 1- ;l l-.. I 'i,:ni," ;hc said at let.iMh, yaw thoc t.,i, ...i.., i ii.;..i. .i 1 iyii'im tMiiii i iiiiiin yjhu t rt. v prettv ( loiids ':" "No ; what do yon think of them, 'llrv ' ' a,w;0,s ,,,i,,k they are ;..d's veil, ,)"i's"'1 l,avft iesutitu! veil-, papa, V",! :" " I rue enough, lit I ! one," t hoti-ht I ; "ihp ' v lll" S11'1 ""vv ;'r, l t' "itl!lil- l I ere is a ra'"'"'n' "''"' !l "' they shine with me'ev and truth." Was not that a j-rcMy thomrl.t o! :- X v M:,!'.vs lT"1 ,'"" ' ".'' '"''d y.-M "' Uu' w ""' vo" , r I ted, and lie shall een-.e with the ( loud" ill I everv eve shall m- Hi Fate uf the Apostles. M.ill.-w is siipp' -ed to have suffered rnartyrilo'ii, or was chun iii ii city of F.thiopia. Murk w:i drag-re I ll r-nitrh the streets of Alexan-iria, in I'.irvpt. l.V. he expire I. Luke va hai-tred to an olive tret (in ece. John was put in a boiling at Home, but e-caped !c:i! h. c:o:i lie a natural death in Fphosits, Asia. James, the irrcat. was behvadt d J e rusalem. James, the les, was thrown trom a pinnacle and hea'en to death. Phillip was beheaded. Car holcmcw was skinnv I a'iitc. An-lrow was cruciifed s-.nd poimde-i while dying. Thomas wa run through with a lai.ee Ju le was shot with arrows. Simon was crucified. Matt bias wa stoned. Barnabn was sinned to death. Paul was beheaded by the tyrant Nero at Home. The rcenC either JI -ti-e of Con gres on reading the it"'!f' w"a a disgrace to the nation. What ncurre-' gives amt-le nroof of tl.e intellectual I poverty and vulgarity ot ra i.eah-m. i J The turbulence in former time was. i often bad enough, but ti e mi-erab'c ' eiiilance and in .lability evinced yes-' ! terdav, wa much tn-.-re d.-gu-1 ing. It makes plain ti.e ii. finite h't'.cte-s in all but number of the m--b of radical i who const it ute C ingre-s. Tl.e pretext f-r those D .ni vi.r -ok ' .triioi.st r:it ior.s referred to was t hi' lol ; ..,..,, ..-., ....i. ; it rrcswe - It may be assumed that the holders if our securities hare already received ution their hotels a iargcr anviim man I their original investment measured by i a s!ada,d. Cpoti th tatemcnt but ju-t and etit. intcrct , j, , - pilli t'V tin' o ' V rntiieti', -i.onin t e hp:1' ' O'l to the re-luctioii of the prini r- pal in -"mi annua! it;Ma Iment, which, in sixteen year ssnd right month would I1.1ui.iate tin- entire national 1 i , , sit ne:- cent, in C -Id won!, 1. at debt. Six ne:- cent, in c ',.....,, be en-ia! t- nice per cent. , ,.,,,.,.,.. .,,..1 ...mivaletit f-.-tbe nav : this ti.ev should be sati-i'u 1 be h s- sons of "the past sidmonish the lender 't'-:.! it is not well to be ovcr-at-v ions in exacting lr-un tue borrower 1 d coim.liance with the letter of the bond. i,- ,,roViion be made for the payment ofthe indebtedness ofthe Government in ti.e mant er s-uggc-'.c.i, our nati ti will rapidly re. vi-r its wonted pros perity. Its interest rr-jiiire W at some measure -hould be taken to relieve the large amount of capita! im e-tcd in the sccnrit;e of tl.e ti - t rnnu 1.!. It is not now merely unproductive, but in taxati -n annually consume 1 ."Mi. 000.. ,O0il which would otherwi-t- be used I ' KIux. cut-throats, the tut awed, lln ; lawlc.? No; but froift i'o n ! body which arc supposed to bv ; ized and enrolled defender it,. i a f pea- e i and order." The Times tail- to state tin t the Ar- kansas militia is composed ot negroes ! and led by a se'. ot carpet-nag a-iven- j turers, who are 1 1.e natural enemies t i the fat poultry ami ca'tlo of (he State, a well a ot good order and the laws which provide a punishment for steal- mg. The estimate furnished by Mr. Stan ton, late Secretary of War, of the ex pense of the War department for the fiscal year ending Jims liil, ImW. wa ?;o,Sli,4(il. Tke actual expenditures during that year for th, purposes ot his department were jflii,224,41o, or $ol,40.,0"v4 more lhan tl.e estimate. The estimate furnished bv General Sehotielil, acting Secretary of War, of; The New Orleans Times col.t i ibiite the estimated expenses for the coming t he following to our Sena t orial muddle : I vear, i S"2,'00.l'tM. At the srme i atio j "The 'great moral idea' party is very j thft actual expenditure will be Slot's- : anxious that (tenerat "ail Scbtirz. a i 1 OfO. 0(1(1. What a glmious prospect, acknowledged infidel, should be honor-; truly, for the believers in a national ed with a seat in the I nited Slates debt. ' Senate." j We very re-pec! fully suggest to the The New York Herald advocate the Reverend'A. C. George that, like Mi funding of tho public debt at a low rate ' ,.:iwber, his great prototype, he instant of interest, and the steady liquidation ! v w.rit. the New Orleans l imes. He of the principal, and says it is ihe im-( jhe only man we know of who can perative duty of 'ongres to p!nlcri.lt tj,e sun ti!n. admit the atl.eisiie well the gigantic project for robbing ,.,j,doi,s of ti.e great man and sncccs the 'I reasury now before it iu the shape tv prove that he is not an infidel, of subsidies for priva'e speculations, i Wr.tc to ti'em. Goo. I ate that it j the effect! The New York Tribune has confidential advices p that the V . S. Sujnen e Court will de ciare the law making greenbacks a le gal tender unconstitutional, only oi e in Jge dissenting. Such a decision wiil create a stir in the bus.ness world , , , ,,..,. ..., ,husai.ds of mer SevtBoitf only 79 votes. The Standard covered m jniicnes ami i ister ou: (the rad.cal organ) savs that of b'.oO :'. New ..tk, not far from New persons in the county" who shonld be . York. 1120 1 2 pounds ot which yielded able to read and write, only 2.407 can ' over S2-). do so. That accounts for the milk in ; j, js (.aimed by the radical pap. rs that cocoaiuit. i that Jmlge Lucas' hn been el.cted in ' thi District. We pre-ume tha tley The Virginia Military Institute, at h;,Ve beard from Rodman C unity. : T tvihft.it!. V a . which wa liuri.etl l- - , .-- - , - -- . . i ..- - It....; 1 tlir.i- ... I nr.it. j oruer in tii'ii. i.ttit uiiiati, I--. - i 1W-I, ha within the last three year - een reftmlt. there are at present i:n i. Ui. hi i.Mc-.it-.iii e. ulioUL s'arcre num1 vr as iti 1801. S-jcieiy and Fashion. j hi'e velvet wa- the hiidai dre--a' ! II Nor 'A I'll W C id:l!g. A very leoi'ila, ..nislvli-li walking dre-s is ma ie ! ma, m colored lure' satin. 1 he nee. lar;ia!; rat r:i if a -iik.K g -Id chismpagm- 1 .1 ! le --i.a e :i:ivaiv appi'itred m New York. WV.hiii.g card-, aec.rdii ; to il.e ia-t;-! t i i 1 1 . !,oa!.i he 1 m-i li.ite week- hci'ore t'ne event tl ui.pii es. The moi:i)i ol th-toiier witn-v el no -s than twelve hun.in d peron- j in N e a "i . in .1 tnai innon I'll l cii v. Several families in ?,-w Y-'i m;-le serv.nts, v i.-, i;u- cmplov oM.J.-ied S-, knee bieeei.e-, at ! j i,i-h (: Jet i::es, tor mi in -n i:-i in ir theci I, on, ina.'.e -! KalU, le..v c- a;,-i i i.e '-iv ite Marj'.ente paticrn, are in iv v - L'l-e. ll: l 'hi i-t 'iii;r-h. New Y.-t k, w I t Dr. K.'.er luis ii,!t-;!ace.i ihe merest scm I ! a lice of ritliahsm, l- no- li.e favoi i.e ! r wvi'i.i-gs. A i uk is st-.ppi? g a one of ;l,e New Vnii'i ii 'e;s v. ilii a wile vi...-c itixi. riant bcauly has ma-ie a ie sen -all' tl. Ler l- i c". e- are marvels -: taste an-! s.j. !,.. The Lou Ton," Li.tc," "Our-,' (lire a U'u-k," -drai.i 1 tii-t.'-s.' at -I I'.iik Ao'iiiic." sue tl.e na:i,i - ! me o t'.-- social !vs .rali.xe-l l"l t!.e w inter ;n New - : k . lint s x ca-cs ot the liii - iati l'-en-l are reported li I i.e ci v ot l-ur.i. lie m ii- giaui miin a I. a- lien re vive-l, and is n-.-. :.ir-nir leafillv ano-t lT ti e wonl! ie tashn-nabu's. S i-I- b p a d g ui.e t-ani'-ng i I.e n-.-v cilu-- iiow u- li,. Colibri ve.vc's ,,i ! i,.- chat -r i t: h ii- u! t he hummn-ir lid are ai-o -c. ii. t .ic tl.e sli rt waiting dre-s c--n-tinnes to be w--m on the -tret--',, ti.e -Ueepii-g trait continue in fav-r i-.r Ihe parlor, of fir the i-i-not g t -.-; te A Singular Mvckiug Bird Ja' icit i.t. A well known gent'inan of this c.ty lela'es to us the lol'owir-.g s;i.g.,lar m ci. lent, w hu h uetiiii.k i i i !-.! !i! ii t ati-.ti. In tneearlv part f s-prli.g he p ii- l.a-i-,1 f- i t-.s wife a fi.ii gi-..wii mockil g bird, w'-.ich h.-.-l i ecu i ;i; m ed in a trap and which 1 e forthwith cm lined m a cage. In Ite cage tbi bird t emaine-l during the ci-tnc snm.-u-r Si-tnetwo 'Acek ag the g.-n' leiuan tl. -covered that l is h.r-i was -i ing under an attack ot that sc. u-ge . .f He t- alherv ti l! c the p p. and l.of km-a ,ng any means of rd.cvp z I.!- I.'t e cap! I vi". -c gg- -' e I to hi- nil- to i,-i . ;Vee, s.i v: :-g I hat it w -n! i pr iba'-'y ci.vc i'-e!f. I ids vas ,1 .i e :in-l !;.'!,;! nv re thought of I i.e bird sntil la-t MiiidaV. vvl en. greally to the -urp'i of the cn'ire fam.Sy, the identic:.! b.r.; ma-Ie its i.j-ip.r-arai.cc, entered 'l-e n i:---: hfougli the' w lie! - v. a! -g hied on s .. d cage :.n i stiflere i.ini-e!' to he placid I here n The m .-t siuglar feature .t ti e ca-e, novtever. was that i-,.- po na-t fiii ir ! v -a;.-e:.r 1. 1 be gen etc can indent y Ie to le thai t at tl p..-.: bird. I .V 11! t a t thi c i.avitig beiMi aid me by si-veral .ii ' '.,1-, r, .V-.c. uciioa !' , i'! 14. A N tai Vf ni Case. :u, 1 ".V i a' I'. - videin e, ll.; --de l- i -y a sen-ati-'ii. it ome f abotit f t.o!a''!e w.l! ca-e. 1 here is. of c an o'.i b icl.e; -r 111 i'. a ri--!i .! i h lor very rich- - a real dead m.i., fhf r- is a's 1 a pr" v woman in vcm g w hi.-m a t res. i. 1 i man pretty .ippr.-a s.-.-re I ten g-ew -t it-.o on d- -tors ;;. i sr- .tide:- g;-.--v si'-k.-r- -con ty y oui.g plai.chet I -n e-s con-' ,ri . -a 1 Id man nui-: got letter j J-.r lll.li(i-l-- I .- !: - i.i. !cr "( T y -i -'v'-s . heel; for 5-1. . i'li.-.T he luc'i I ed spin very kind i. cha't-.d with pretty grape arbor - sa. g --n veranda g- -t e: nod loved pielty y i.r-Miici.a Ics- -arriag l. 1 drive t-rii.g and flower iii:iiii-i- and wa'e:;'iT aMuiun ami ti c-i ie talk wn - pia. ter and ( heck .-r I i.mom too much i for a tail --Id man g.-t -ick. sicker. J sickest made a wiil d.c-1 eager re- ; atioiis .liawer l-roucn oi.cn -.till rea'l (irett v young doi t -ess s-.'n- !ega . tee old iiinti crazy . rA-ir.t n! t n , lawyers at worri diily daily. bi; tees di ly dally, b'gger tees diilt : daily, lit. body w ill get a cent l-avvi-i--all. We have not only detailed the Providence law sili'.but decided the cafe. Rlill MoNP. I 'ccembcr 7. In the 1 :., ted Stales liistrici court. Judge Cnde- -woi-,1 presiding, in the t,ilmis ,-,rj.uy "i i czar Griflin, convicted in Judge Sbef fiev's State coiirl of shootii g a while man. and sentence-l to the penitentia ry, the prisoner's counsel pleaded the illegality of conviction on it e ground that Judge Shrclley was inillig ble un der 1he fonrlt.ei.th iiic.eudmeut, and l wa-, therefore, noju'ge at all. Judge . Cnderwootl gave his oj.inioii sujaui I ing the ground taken l y the pel it i. .ner, ami discharged the prisoner. Tie ciiaii-i'i for 'he respondent appealed j from the District Judge in chambers to j 'the circuit court, w hen Chief J u' ice Chase tvi 1 be i n tl.e bench. The p:is- ; oner will l e l ail.-dto appear pi lO'e tne ; circuit court, when the iegn- deci-i-'ps i in both criminal and civil ca-e that l ave been made in irg-.nia since the war wiil be submit to I. A few days er Irain on ag-1 t he expre- the K.lll-is C pa ly -CM and t V I a'l t'amcron rai:ro;i.i was some unknot" ti sconn p t--e I through the s hid I !e oi the s, near tne door, tm-.er the sea , aim id ; lodged in the opposite side, r-everal gentlemen, unlading the conducto'-, who occupied seats under which the ball passed, narrowly escaped injury. Gold bearing quartz ha been dis i:,,hr,n,l (', rr.itnr . i-i I ur- neecner oimr t-i-i m- f c-.i u-u fie ,-,.eo i -t . - tue m.n-e no--:. U't i a-: i .i-e i vi-w t. the South. Civil War iu Arkansas, Mkmi -his, D Tinner IU The ,va Ii cf e's Litt.e 1: ck sjeciai to-rdht sis reliable inl'i rmation Mate that o i the m -r 1 of the I J h, . ur compa ii e- -' in.i'itia. command. 'd tv ''-l-iiel titav U iil am-, from leiai.c an-1 M:r ihew c -aiit :e-, cntere-1 L.-w i-bu-jr, sl.oo'mg in evciy diiectioti, mard.e-l t:.- store of U M-eani C -zev and set lire t-i it. alter pouring coal oil on ti e floor. Howard .V Well store waao burned. Magau's was save-l by great exertions. Duriog the lire Cozcv wa shot down and hi l-"dv thrown into tl.e I'atnes, after l itimg his pocUvts. i he town is occupied be the iniiili.i, a h g sho. it inir ai ,1 shout itig I hrotigli lie teet. Noo-ie is permitted to iea 1 Aii i ... with-;i-!a. ut a pass. Ail i-. quiet at It is sjii.j (hut i-romii.ent :t ---is pr'vc:ite i a attack am the mi it :a. U-ani.g iu:-rei-rese;itat ion ah "oad ll M'ople -b'-ire ti-e iiiterierence of Ih. ie i. intc I rs;a- s tr-c-ji- m tl.e-r be- halt, dav, At a !i! ".'!i:g at Bi'e-ville l.i 1 part.es i-art ieipated, dec arin f..r peace under atiy circumstance-, and prmi-ing the support oi ihe civil a-ith-rtiis atnl callii g on other coilti ties to hold similar nieetings to asp,i-t tht-n.. Mr. Merriweaih, a prominer.t ra-ht a- ( f I n I. penh-i,cc county, ar rcstcd ly licneral I'phum at Aujn-ls, o:i a hat iTc f dico-i ragimr enlist m-Mi S ;ti the iiiihtia, creates s-i!!.e sensal ion. Cixci- nvtt, Dc ember Jud'r-I'-i-h has ! , h-'.l by the Ci-itc-l Strt't omuii--io; er in sj.ooo to appear I elore the grand Jury in April. 11- i- char re l wnii Ilung iru iua-Tit lia'iira! .:;tion - o-,'-s. c:te ti-.m -.1 loin on l! 1 his is lb,.- third e -a me ch:re. Abs.-.:.L.g Sheriff. Tl.e sher tl t f 'o.-'c-c! on c.iu.tv :ih-co!,d,--d est-r-d iv. taking w t, ,im Si'lOo-;! of tie pth ic funds. Ha,'., ei , ne g b v ? Ri-n vo - i. V.v, I V em' er R. ii nr. :;icn:t' paper, i.e Ne.v Naiti. which t-.ppeii i'. daily b-!c -.!( titne siti-e. i- wh-.ly su-po.ded I'o-.iav the editor ro-ci'U'.i that the republican managers here proscr.bcd him, and announce hmiscil from thi regular as a can.) .:atc for Ynrress - d; -trict. in .ppositn-ii to t he hiitiec. j o i y pun g i ,,.,; iitiful Fstract A dv j t-t helped out natKisom e if a tu a I- T'm on the f nt 1 of a g.-tt!em m -aid wi n I ? i r dres. .tear, as a J on a lad v's New Advert; cMient A I 1 . t VI 1.1 v , V A VKltl Y. MM Slfi ,ol:e. I I -. i- i. . Ii.i r;? nft'n- . j,. i . ... . .-. .111,0 . r- ii..- iu.-i. r-iii--1. 11 in. . 11C 1 . :t i -mm !'-,iiv la-- IT. 1 I.: :.u on--.- . ur- I-I. !! in j m " Ii V, W 1 i Il.u.V. J no --n -s ts to n:iv it it. 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