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A. ,T. IZlWW.- TIMM OK SUllSCRIfTloN. Hie lltillir und Fiftf Out Y"rf I f falD M ADTalCI. Ti:itM or Aivr.itTin. i t;L ad TaoaiM aorrari'n. t) I) 1 1 r rr .-! r fur Kirt InrC5n, an J Twfntv Kirr Cent rrr S ir f'r rach u'jif juenl inurti n. On. srnrt... '. $f. O'l Tj 0'l Thr 1 1 H Vir II CK) (He rWtl Cilumii HtV Du Half Column 3C 00 Out Cvdutna 70 00 Ht'ular Nutlet i, Strrnty Flrt Onta per Wtfk; Traoiient, Ten V.ru rr Mnr. it Aii.itoAti ti.hi: tam.i:. VMM 'JCUKrO.fTAt.Ni: RAILROAD. taJ 1 Ntoit r Kxritr.HS .t i :o a. m. ACCOMMOpATloXat C.'jv A. M. M Mf. at H.ii A. M. NIOHT EXPhT. i 1 U I. M. ACCOMMODATION at Mi I. M. thim rot riMi.ii-joifi writ. M t 1.02 l M. AroVMyoDATHtN at C 1 1 A. M. Mai 7;.Vt a. m. ACCOM lr T ATP N i 7 I M. Trnina Pas I'nlnn CJolne I!mI. All tt H A Nf t muiit ExntEssat nun r. m. onna wriT. MAIL at 3l T. M. nioht KXritEss Rt io:. . m. XCnMM0lATI0N at C.W A. M. C0LTXDÜ IIII.I0AP. Arrlre. Prirt. A com ro JtIon ...G 3." r. M....7 30 a. m. IMTT1 4 t'llOI Rtll.RO h. h.WTr.s. nxm.v. iimvr. irrRT. jrrivk. irnT. Mail M-0 r v H .VI am I'.'.in 4 m 1 30 r M t.t ii.i" a r m ti 20 r m f .:') t'itbin nntl t.ninpnrt It Uro nil n fl afw Mn) , Juim 3 !. I HIT, until far tlir i.li a. trail. wll! ldT frtf..f.t IM kt 4 rn , . M. ItH.'M. l G.W I'nw m i I at tn1'tit I'll f -f . otnrnt 1 Ml all Kaa'rfr ( lllft, IImI i!h Ith Trat fr aH-n nl riiH InnaO. KJimlic. t I'n Ion C ity ub nrrr if T.alua fram th and muHIi. at 5 W P. M. Arrlv at nrll-tM at . in.rm at .v llMftrr f I'll at VI j. x. t.N vr.i:K, ivaMiit. business jUirtclorn. FIRST NATIONAL BANK or wi5iriiiTi:Kt inh.. North corrtfrof W.Mhinjjton nd Mf-ri-lUn Irret. II Nkinr llr f A. M. to ! M. ni rrrr.Ri. TIIS. U'AUI), rrf. Wm M. I.rtCR-e, C4hirr. GEO. W. BRUCE, M. D., fhysickan ft ml .V if rr on, Winrhrntcr, Indiunn, rilri hi profH-iinl arrvi;rii to the r'itMi of Winchettrr inl virinitv. "KUTK At hi HeniJMicr.crtrnerof'Mam n 1 SiiU airrt the furmcr rt'aitifiiec of Dr. VrMon. S. M. McCLURE, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Tenders hit $errces lo the citlem of V I N C II E S T E K Il Rlre rp'cM ttentiou to Diirtscs of rrui4le, and all J URO NIC Df SEASES. Alio. t1ie of the EYE EAR fteceive particular attention flfSrv.(ovli airfe f PaWHr Squnrr, In Dr. Wilmr' Dental IRce, ileneen Frnk!in trt,near Jloorraan Vf'atppnite K. Kdgtr'a reJuee. 41 WliMORE & IRVIN, DENTISTS, WINCHESTER. 2ND. OFFICE Sth aide of FubJic Sxr. u? itaira. Rci4ence on Rcaidence atrcet, north-eaat part of Wlncheater. Office houra from 8 to Vi A- M. ani from 1 to 4 P. M. A. J. ROSS. DENTIS T. OFriCE Up itair, orrr Tripp. Lawrence 1 Coa (trocery. eat side cf tlie lailiann. JOHN RICHARDSON, MERCHANT TAILOR e.arvc fillcmiS AN3 VEST1NGS. bill Ma?a rin. ail raa'le trt.rdrln the t,ilfle PRICKS RBASOXABLE. nt?. fl. a. OTaFPORD. rhrici Sarseop, Tn4tra ku pt-Wt r icr. to tba citut nt f .moiimi O 4ifafa I! tia r'" .rtij aiUB-'-J t. J.V. rrr: J. 8. Lytla. r,a.W.A PEnrr.1. IYTIE Ci SISAW, WböTeial Uenerf in Stale and Fancy Drj Goods y 3?rcolt..btt.MainttHJefferc PAYTOS, OHIO A N Vol. awatja4aaHaa TMO. M . II'IMI BROWNE & A.ttfiniovM BONEBRAKE, ;il TjMv, WINCHESTER. IND. ,t M. ,.,.r;,f 1 V'ff ' HM, Hfin nil ftlimr -y OuHHnt, tc ill revet vc )rvwj ttuennon OfSce orrr Klrrr At inilh'a Pruar Storr. WM. D. FRAZEE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, W tXCtitlsTLK. IN'D. (5nrcfnor to JuJf.e Urown,) Will Atten! to all luIn?M Intruatrd 1 9 b!a care. OFKICK -At the furmrr offlcr of JuJ; Prown. REAL ESTATE AGENCY, L. j. monks, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Winchratrr Inillnitit Will attend to I.ATlnp, iMIinp and Leaninc all kind of Kial !ntalr, nn the mot faor. hle term. lie will alo attend to the Collecting and Securing of all kind of Claim. Office ii? Main la Jail lUiUdlnE. ioiif i.eitKNKTi Irnon wnw. in: at. i:stati:" ai;i:n y. :iii:.kv XTwatsoiv, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, WINCHESTER, IND. Are ali prepared to procure Ptnsions t ßount'tf awt Arrears rJ ry I'pnn the mot favnrih'r t'rm. $'TUt at ttnlimi pivrn to collvction and aeruritv nf Claim. Office in J.iil huildirc. "liiTiFMir.L'ER, ATTORN i:Y AT LAW, WINCHESTER, IND. Prompt Attention (liven to the Col lertlon of Claim. t . i t -.i i ' rt:m 1 urn n mikiiurievu uiriimi. ,imm -M. . .Igrnt. ailU III ynj ll.uiai mmiwn ( procuring PENSIONS BOUNTIES AND ARREARS OF PAY. k!iO prp'c t par I pon or cxprie tu mtkeil firtc1a llutrl. lie inrUc lli jiatrc.na;,'' of all. 4v30 H. S. CUNNINGHAM. M. D., IViytiu Mulirftl Plosirotn, SVr;toi ami , llariti tn.!it 0n AH.iI'Mhir. wU a Oi" r..,n. i h,., ..i....(.i e... uti-r a. m rlo asnltir' tm of ni,le,ati'n. ir'(fl,.or rurlh r-i"iil w'.thl'r. U. I'ik-I.-C., Wtn.-litr. lu.liana. n-Oint Gin. Mi, m. I. I. Vt. Co. M. DRS. MARION & CROSS, Physicians V SurgeoUS, Attorney nt I,atr. Oßcr in Jtil tluiUimv. up ttairs, 3fonrmm Way. with lom titrtfl (him wUlt" r-fJr1'? and l.'Ojfjll attenil..! lo. Hr ii; alio alln1 1- sirHinfdain? anl 1J y -Inc Ian 1. j-it-"Vly Attorue)- at Law nnl Pnitcd States Claim A?(it, IV I XC 1 1 KST I'.R, I X DIANA, Gixzi FrriL ATTTijt to l i.ti.rtTt's. If KFKRK1iES Hon. J. V. V. Shank. M. Ci (n. T. M. ltrinn. WintlirlT. Ip1.; Iln. T. War-!. Irri.lnl KKt ali.nal lUii, in -lor. Jan J. fhnry, Winctjett;r, Ind.; rrr. K. Tnckrr, Lir t olljr, ma. Offl lu Jail liuil linr. w n.-nevr. ne.-iy WINCHESTER BANK, IX WINCHESTER, INDIANA. Loans Monoy, Duyo and Soils Cold and Silver, p.rth hi Corrmwf fit UowU lt;; In tcnt on Pfpnst'f, Ay Arjrrrmrnt; J)uroun!t Aofr., md Attend to OV(co,. U.kKBI. Notice to Tcachersa ArrUCANTS KOR UCF.NSR TO TEACH SCHOOL, WILL UK KX- A.MINKO O.V THE I. A ST X ATI rill AY IN EACH MONTH. AT THF. NEW PKICK SCHOOL HOUSE, WINCHES- TER J. C. BR ICE, Ejamlntr, HahJph Cout.il. K.M. IUI. M. adiCXTIUL, M. Ä'a1THiL WAYS, ROSENTHAL k CO., lfa&ufacturer and Wholesale Pcalrrs in CLOTHING. GENTS' FURNISHING AND PIECE GCGDS, No. 4 SOUTH .HERIPIAN ST., & 51 ISDIASAVOL1S, ISD-, JOHN F. EDGAR, n- -PKA1.LS 15- " I Vi l Vi , 1 iuveniles lou,-,, one ov , the i;nitnI States, and the United rrinla camnilen I bid ruinn tn . mt t-vt nnrT-T which f that the Hoard of Directors P. Hhitt, "Metrical System" and 'Mu-! states hive directed them how to re-' g W J1 g ! I,aI.KCi1,slon FRANKLIN UOUfch, .nay, in the route or distance from by Stone, were iaid over to next South efi,t Or.er f P.,!.lic ..re. Winchester to 1 lunt-villc, run the .neeting. Alo -Review in Aritli.ne- !hnt n.or ' nl. ; " . , t, . -vr ! mI?' e to make the.c WIXCIIErfTKl:. INP company in letween thirty and forty , tie,- by Ferris, and the -Pronoun," bv 1 " ,2 , " . , " . niUw' ;lilS U, exprcss TC' thousand dollar, in debt, which would Hütt, were continued . , V , national -Jqm-t of Oeneral T.ee that I fhould re Pl.TPU ni:i.MIKIMKHtProprlefor.!liaVl.tlllH.ltflM whether there is nm-! On'motion X T Putts g.lVe his , W. , ,U wf ! frain from ,o d.ing. He ba.. a mortal - , . iterh-l foii.nl to build the road or not. niethod of teachin-the IVoirMm to, t "! . l:ir-7.in" , lr f apin-aring iu the jmpers, and Thi Thrcf torr Hrick RmMinr hn brrn im uio.i oi u .u uinft im i in.ioun 10 , mnt,ders, w ho recognize tlie existing eonsiderim' bow lo b is been n.i-r.M. . . .i.. p Ilenee, the necessity of eh ctin men L.!nm.N. At. i l.o .!. ..f ifr li.of-' ..V ,., , . . o"iotring now nt lias men nnsrep- i n: :.. it..si.i;n -..n"i iinriii' uro itr nrtr.'iii n ntm 1 1 ) T . i c...i.. 11 1... - '., ..v.. ..v ..- .i. uv; niirpiiaau inu rrnuru i - - - - . - .... ... , i-ivii luiinuriiii'S hist si T;ir mi v u MOhRISTOWN, IND. hkhis; yes; i am peneci.y wn.iug , ..,. . t u i v pcoagogiuu para- ;U1(1 d , , Jt u , afternoon ' . to help if material can be had to make dox," and conclude the difficulty was . f . , Mk1. f , ,1,,K ,,1( , n u me tnts au moon nrrnx-itaniT r t-o. Will ci- p" , , , . ,, , , i i n 41 i i i H!H ,lIv ,f t,K m M u L slak of UJeu, w h huri-toi) niots and leather ri.i aunt.o,. I ja-r, ..r.m-i. .. tMiu-i a good road through my neighborhood, ouly imaginary; and alter thc children v,,,Vi..,. (,r Ti,..t..,.n 1, , a;: 7r .T . r.,, j .... . ..r ...e ZmZ ' t 'Lrr,";..: . . my neighbor remember when m e ! S', let them go ho home and work in : . ... T. . , !tl , e i T, ' " . , -- - . . . . .. , ciMl. It .'lioukl Ik" exercised indeed the stress of battle He Is ereatlv 1 11 I? WNOT.DS Undertook t make a piece of turnpike ' t!ie garden. witU .(v. .,. ,.,, .0 , , , , , 4, , treaty Vj. J. lib 1 l VJj1Oi 1 1 " with sagacity and piudence, and in be oved by t he peoide for his modestv. 1 li..lw....ii ini- lwiiivi. mil iriehixter. On motion the Association Went in- . .. .. . .. J iui m-i uiuuvai), Family Groceries, fine Teas,;,;f that t o FFEt, 5 r G A K A N P PIC S M A Ii STREET. PAYTOX, O. W HOL1.5ALE ACkM fOK 111k CI F nV YARH AC th.n tbeir prrdcoor, and thc SahMth SLr.,.F SHAKER YAH"' &L:,Ahoo!i!!iw.rhnrm',rC. intere - t - BO JL wiciii:sTi:n, Kor the Ja urn a I As Ill.l'l . ... ' turtij t 1 r s.. Ill I 1 Ii i 1 I II TliritllfMI T I I It . .1 I I 1 I 11 J T I ll A . JUUfillll, IIIII-'J 711 "'J V 1 1 J rl When t Iir( saw the nrw lct Ifi ff- tf:irl to turnjiiki', it lixikfil be i unjust ami unfair that I thru ilrtrrm ar Imil not to gi Into it volnntnrlly, but roiiclthh'd o my nothly alxait my oltji'ctlotn nt that time, out lot ovcry tun art for hlniM'lf. I tun not iiioul to !i'l build turiiniko b n in:itcrial ran In hul in a n aM.nalilc ill'tamr, in I boiiml inyxrlf Ht-voral y-rtr oo to n-t a fomjiany K"atnitoii"ly in mak ing a turiiilUo throiiuli my vicinity, nnl inn willing to Io thr ano now. I nbjoi't to tlio lato law Ihh:mi.o our Inn! lm to Ik .ii at the mijiomi ainoiiut of Immm-IU Hint will remit fntn thf run.-truvtloii ami inalntrnunco of thp projMv-cil roail, out of whlcli the rout! to bi? niatlf, iojiI the bnlanci to remain a Urn or ltH,uinb'crnm,o on the lain! to kot'i uj the inTiMfiary n'jnlr and otln-r rxnonHv of tlie foinpany w j long at the cxccm lat, ho that if any i man living in town takes htcx k, ami 1 the hjKTulator, who, n tlcnihtf will ! biiy up the mo."t of It at a Tt ry low j rati' (for inanv of the farnier.4 ran not ! J , ..j receive Into their pK-ket I a . ,i . I the proceeds of the road, ; 1 . . . . i hohl If,) enn the whole of wlilli. (In. furfiinr iiniwf Im i11vIiii' ! away year after year to take it up. In the nct plaee, I object to the law 1 Aal- lalU'it miCII tiHulkiklll' Id lOil t ll.IIItliul . .t,, ....- .w.i ..wi ...m....... , in theassj.Mnent. At thefam time, : wlicre hevcral roads h-adi into town, I MiMr. Ferris, Stone, (Juliet, Stake the citi.-n thereof have the benefit of UinU, and the Mi-c.n Ludy and them all, while the farmer M-ldotn uk- fj;unt taking part in tle dNcu-ion liit one. 1 Kee nothing iu the law to j j Ma(t leading in the exercises, have ft man from paying on every road j ()a mt j0n, adjourned to 1 P. M. 1 that may run In one and a half miles i a m 9 a a .a m m a j ei nun, wnieii is onjectK.nabie. I im-( Association met pursuant to adj urn Ileve no erson hould U'compelbil to , nu.nt, and was called to order by tin pay on but one road, and he hould j Proident. Tlio previous dhcus have hi choice iu that. It will lie slon wm n??aln rrsiimp! bv Mr. IHutb . - . . . . ovii that the foregoing refer to the new law. There are also objection in the law of s,2, under which com- of good, round judgment, who mnm'.ge their own affair, well, then there will bo no danger. It is distressing to Iok over the State and see the tunny holes that have been dug, the embankment thrown up, the many broken down and un- ..... , . i i ,i . huislM-d canals and reads, tlie at :i i i immer em .mihi simeieuni . e a!. I . .. 4 .....I ..ii' . . .1 ... rot, and the immense amount of lalmr . 1 , . , , . , . (f u ,Iot and money sunk, all of whieh is an incalculable loss to our noble State;' ... and yet, it sun goes on, an ior tue want of forethought and prudence, j ... ... .. .... that I nne time had one and often two teams hauling gravel. Perhaps j that is more than oine can mi v who a re now making considerable stir i about road. W. C. Wn.MoKi:. Green Townsh''p. U.l. We have had a great deal of rain: h?rc during the last three w eek?, de-; laying somewhat, faun work of all j kinds. Much of the corn early plant-1 cd rotted in the ground, requiring the farmers to re-plant. rnor.s. Hie wheat crop looU-fine, and prom- ises a good yield. A e have lif inl ftome complaints respecting a sort of . . t !.. ! ometicMs in Jav county, which at- j tacks the root of the stalk, thereby , s, . i,,ri, ,r ii... n..?,r W. im.P. bowJ wirr-l-ririii " Mill Tri OO WlirKlIl? Ill j Mljlll lli av aav - - J f - i ever, the damage is not so eerioui as rejMirteil. Tlje llax and "at crop d? !!f't rt ; present pnmiiso a heavier yield than those of la-t -on. Th fruit and licrryerp are very jroini"ing. Th0 w hi-ky cnpis in a poor condition iu this township, and bids fair to prove a total failure. "Let her went." HEALTH. Tlip of tW t , u Vrrv I . , .1 tit.. I it i 1r tkiir I ' 1 I 1 " lt "'I" ' IV. " I. f ii ... . . ... I ... I Oll Ol Hie JMIJMJiailOIl MTIII.' HI Ifljr idly increasing. Asa general thing, however, the doctors have not much to do iu their "line," w hich, j-rhnps, accounts for the sudden "abs-piatula-tion" of L. I). Vi' kers from Fairview, leaving an unpaid lioard bill, due to Mr. Judy. A SKiX. One new feature about Fairview is a new sign near the corner of the "Sheridan House." Another new feature i. that the citizens arc anxnus- : Iv w aiting to hear the merry tingling new U li to be placed on tin M. ChurcU oon; ana aououess 1 , brot'nrrs 1jw er.- and Pittinger will i have the privilege, for awhile at leat, Oi prcacmu l" if airuiuvif P im)ia.,, tiuiksday, f flir lieu Mti I .rnvr II1C'I ing! lc letter litt 11 J til. sc-1:0 Tn rhiMr.wi 1 f .-( liiinl n .'I are , liniulng rniiM lni;riM- uiiJ.-r th ifmpfinrt nf lni r Vrviii'iilif im: u in- Kliorf 1 Mr-. Atm Allogn o. S hool No. 2 i tinler the chart MiHi Ilattlo H!Iar l. j A S:ibbathiclnol I kept up atchool i lifsr No. b, where nNu Itev. A. Ivr- i tor, of tlu I'. 11. Church, hol.N meet- h tv-ry tw or thrrtr treekx. The Oerman aptit (IhinkMnN) hold mo-tl:i tln-re on tl? llrt rfHnth rf each immth. fi.i-:i.t..M:ofs. Thinking that perhaps ,ArK'lls, too bny ftoeklntf nliovol-plow)", H or xjinetlilngeNe, to write soon, I will uptime the prlvllcfe of nyliu that thisearent pii'!ent two 'dry good utore In Kalrview, one of whh h treats hi regular eiHtomer to the "eandy," while the big lniy alxut town help theinelve to an ,loeealonable" pljn full or poeketfull of 4,rut and dry." ('iiai:!.i:movt. -- - Trftrhori A oeiiition . WiNon:iTi:u, Jmie H, is;;. A-Hoelatloii tuvt pursuant to rrl ous not ire. J. S. 1'YrrN vi chosen 1'reaident 7ro i, and Jen-e Molt Sec retary. I he exercl.-es commenced by lead- , . lug a Srlptural le-son. and prayer hv . , . I). Stone. i ( )it motion, the re'Milar urogram me n i . was laid alde till afternoon, and the .ti,, f "Theory nml Practice f ! fii a a a i earning" wa iniruucea ana tu-' ,.1 with much interest and profit. ' AiTruNooN Session. - .' . . , he vera 1 other engaging in the debate. j On motion, the paper by Mr 1'erri, . 4.1 i X 1 II I ..II. li i i (.si in ecu, Juso one oy.ur.oione, - recitation, Mr. Ferris suggested that teacher taught too long each day. Mr. Sbw held that the classes could not be heard iu th time named by Mr. Ferris. Mr. F. stated that six hours were too long; but Mr. Stone showed, by calculation, that OP) min utes each day were imperitively de- ........ I ...I ..I.. i t. ...... ..1 . 41... brauche contemplated by the hool j ! law I Messrs Putts & Jliatt wanted to v. . . i ii... 5,- kuü w nai oe uoe miner mo , circumstance. Stone said they would j I ...... . A . II tl .1... II. ..1. .1 . . ' to an election of ofheer, which result- cd as follows: President, W. D. Stone; Vice Pres i- dent, X. T. Putts; Sceietary, Je.sie Moit; Treasurer, Thos. Jliatt; Ex. ! Com., X. T. Pütt, P. Iliatt and J. .S. ' Ferris. ! On motion, the Association adjourn ; etl, to meet at Salem in four weeks. ! .1. S. Funis, Pres't. Jesse Moist, iSec'ry. West River Township. Jf.ND 20, lr.7. Since the great revival of religion a a a 9 ...!.. 1 . - I h?ro w inter, this vicinity ha?, it t I ? 1 som-, income more morauzcn Whether or not the "revival" pro- Iiliicml tliN h.'innv offift. we leave the -"'"v I I mJ 1 ""biased to judge. Prayer and class moetings are held regularly, and are u-ually well attendtsl. iii.ne n 10 r 1 1 ri;ivri i n u i iiici.mi.i .i mi ... . Our Sunday-school was reorganized ; disfranchised and all loyal men of OOUIe. He argues that the issue of ! plosion of blasting powder, by Rev. Mr. Redkey, and Is now con- CVCry color are rnfrancbi-d, the ' tl0 ordcr win a wa-tc of pajer, fori I. Ü. C. Martin, of Franklin, Tm ductcd by true friends of youthful j Democratic papers and orators fear a 'admitting that Congress will meet in ' ness.ee, had a difficulty with one of his culture. vetrusrthe ma oemfiru-; meiii ii m oirev. iinji mv ei.iu m . t i.. i! .:.. ... I... patln of R-rtKU.ie. i a a - . T . . . , Iii ..I nit17 . a . Jl.c Jiagcrsion pine ici out tn the l'th inst. The eo-t of grading was determined by scaled lud. UU- i i i i i: ver Miller will grade the hr?t milej( 11, llnr.fvville. and lVrrv Willis , v . .. A A - ) A will trraoV the next inree mues 10 where it terminates with thc old pike . ... 0-- loading to Ilarertown. ihe work; will commence after harvest. j Most farmers are very rangtiinc in their expectation of gonl crops. We have noticed an abundance of peach-. es and apples, though there is wmc j complaint of the latter dropping oil. The late refreshing rains have pro-. ducea very lncfieial effect tion corn and vegetables. Our -ood citizens were surpri lat w.isI. iii.1ntratin tli Mlem oi an a . ä I. J W a a an Inf I 4 A improvcvi meinon m w.u.u...,. 1)ropocs to make three pound of g . kcthrr;n e gallon of swect milk. i,.,s. lOKKr. 1 , n f mm olir jjut wc art. tM j armv festival, in Rieb - At a "ranc monrt, Mb. Jennie ITccntt votcl ' tho bwd'omcrt F ir', in America. ju.k 37, isc? If a man nal tin Iviiiocmtl- ia:'r I OlllV he Would MlplHi-c that the people' a.f th country were .vr..t.i. neu Ioimh of despotic oppreon for the ; Southern State. Tlx? order of the',.... s... ... ... . ' ..... , , !! .tu Iii ii ti.l i in. f:.k.....l m. . hi..... .11. wiiiiii.iii'.iiiiM, wiinidn uic uesoiie uka-;' oul it i ihvlareil U lie f.nd i'h for a Constitutional (Vtnventlon to meet in till.- State when In ten State ewry vestige of Constitutional free- a a a. i a o.n., ami vwix me uean-i r.KMin i men, are rutliliwly tramplnl iimlc-r f.H.t. Why the Amerb an Uvi rn- ment hat IhiH Ml.ldenly Inruine ho eruelent of tyrant, what puri.. it piojioMi to cMVet bytliH whole-ale t ru-hin ami pulveiilnr. tl1 ""1"' omit to mention. They are content t nttrPfldelt to the Jto1icph rrc, IXm tons and Mar.its whocontrcl the H oli al party, j;lat ver human Mitlering, and are never happy but when danc ing upon the ruins of States and amliUt the abes of liberty. And thee au thorities p'iieroiisly inform us that thee orjjie- of wiketliies and wrong ein be brought to an end iu one way only, and tint is by the return to pow -1 er of the pure and peaeeable Demo- cratic party. -The inconsolable wid- mv," k. iv. the fond epitaph upon the hiHband s grave-tone, -continues the bu-im-sat the old stand." An uixophUtieated tud. nt of our history might a-k in home n.rpme why thee alarms and olicitHtions alwuit liberty and rights were never tittort-il bv the Democratic paper- -1 I f Mil A 1 wnenneuny i..ur millions or me popu- ( ,JüklllK gentleman, dressed in a imi tation were deprived of every right , form hlllt of pc,,K.r.lind.Kalt color-n wnaiever; ami wny, wnen tnoe wio wcreguuiNoi mis ueprnatloti rove to de-troy the (Jovernment, the aine Democratic papers coind xee danger to libei ty and right only in the defensive it. - - . A ..... action u me Moiernmeni. i nai wouiu oe emuign to nw tlie utter in i sincerity of the complaint of the pre- a a . ... ent nation. Hut its unrcHonability i . . a t . . . . a l a 9 a i I i noi less apparcin. r or wnai is me nltuation? Simnlv that certain State have lo-t their civil governments in the etlbrt to dedrov the authority of tlieir olll ial conduct loes not clah with the measures prescribed by Con gress. When, in accordance with those measures ami by the consent of Con gress, the civil reorganization of those States is perfected and they are again represented in Coiigtes, then, and not i i i . rv u ns I in i i ii rrn. ; ( ' , Ml,on 1,1 l,u? 1 ,tl,m a tHlu' latei with the dhers. They are now States L.oVerrJ to thc ril,Jll Jim, :.. it Locn.u to inc i niou am. lie id it ,,r f imtn , lolitical chamresi ; n w . . are or-anied much a way as not to alienate the poo- pieirom ineir normal nanus oi civil K jvernnit nts. Put it is perfectly j yt,u should see him as he moves about legitimate, although it may he very among us," said one of the people of unwise for the military authority to j thc tow n to me, "and the unallotted suspend a newspaper, to forbid a meet-, kindness and simplicity of his life, lug, or to remove the highest civil' you miht fancy what he would le in oflker in the State To insist that, if . greatness." 1 le has added great pros this be done in Misslssljipi or I.ouisia- H.rity to the tow n, and Washington na, it may as properly he done in Iowa' Collc-e. under Iiis mwidencv. has j or Maine, is wholly to forget the w ar and the necessities it has imposed. j iinvn academy to nie position of a re Thc real grief of the Democratic spectable and liighly-llouri-hing insti- I papers is not that liberty and rights j are denied, but that the late rebels are not anowcii ax mcir pleasure to ueny j the liberty and rights of loyal men. j rr .a . .a . ' . They see that the intention of Con - I aw . m m a gressand of the commanders under the Military bill is that a fair register of all eitiens shall be made, and, with tlie exception of those disfranchise.!, that all citizen- shall vote. i;t as only the chief of the late reikis are dr.fc.at jt natural- For if i . .... OVerv man who rebelled or t lii-al with reliellion were to lose his VoU vh.t v.oulJ come of tjR. '; iul.llK.r.11. t...rtv- vaa' bv - If . , n t M, r.ut:xrx. It is verv clear that the Militarv - - iovcrnor must control the civil an- L. ... . . , ui'Titif- or mev must eoniroi mm: ' and we presume there is very little d, . f . . .. f . , ! oubt of th intention of the Military bill tinoii this TKiiuL a A new island, 10 miles in length, is reiKrt(sl to have lcen discovered in thc North Pacific. There were 111 divon-es granted one county in thisHtate last year. in An attempt was made in Paris 4 wfuwic mv. '"-i ....-. - he was riding in a carriage by the dde , A intfr .,, t0fVt ,yrc in ! M. . a ...... a 1... . A m r ( II I'M . . Ill I .. a, r ;.. l.si. tbc Xcw York Tribune ofl.ee iut .i.. " - - ; liliril'il ill 1 im.i'i' 1 Fome;thirtv a JIoracc Greely j ,voun.a1 ( wouMliC v-n!ingtolet his name got 1 down to posterity uilixed to Je JE Davis , bail bon.I. ithatpo.er: Horace knows (he .sa) j tnat wears tta:--rjiTcnca rircuin tv can't read thc ?igniturc. stances. N A V :.I.T 1T an i.NT:rtvii:v with it. i: i.r.w Mow llr I.oukt Iii Vi uu lt. I uiitru iiou. - Mr vn..o.i . . i . r h Vj ,, IS r . r T . , i vi in- niicriev ue civr tne w' following account in the New York Times: Having made a -..mew hat clo.. ptudy of the campaign of (IrUeml I.ee, anil having, besides, followed , With interest hN oj.erntlons on the ;m.t,lal ih-M f i.niilt I im.i k.i.k be.u J,ilv,iruUM vr h-aniin, hv kt-ouh1 -i;:ljt ; niltj convene, what lunnnerof man Uv . The prolli-r of an IntHnluctlon ,lV a , .rmiai frit.lM me to ; Kmtiry Mil wlli; nmt, nftiT brewkfa-t, u.. t.".i,i!ii t.. tb.. ....ii..,. ..e n... chieftain of the Army of Northtru Virginia. It stands on College Hill, and i a modest brick dwelling with white wooden pillar? in front, jJaoed amid a pretty garden idiadcd by nnio tine tree and a large solitary werpiug willow. The bolide i urrouuded hv a a high fern hedge th.o ends it moiuc- what the air of aritoi a1 i .(rla-ion. a1iIi(iUkIi ,f wa4 no ,afof hal, im. in : , 1Iloll,iKf ( .Vnerat Lee had already puu, to hN oIlll.,. ia t,H. whltfl - ,mt a tm)W mMJ( ,Iprp WlM a tulilt. llIu.t, ip Mll.M anJ I col!eKe catalogues and teXt-Umka; but ,lu IVJinl-ccnce of uur va vMhu ' wor . . r sinio. What. , ever met the eye w as entirely academ- ic, not in the Icmd military. And ' eated at the table was a handme - Vrrv jM,rtly, well-preservctl gentleman ( ol- snmo four nnj iftVf with a fine 'capable and enterprising busincM men j im,nzciI Ooniplexion, a noblv-niotleletl ' txm the incubusof debt which wcighn j n lN eompact head, gray hair and! them down, paralyzes their energies j carii of lho ame color, eioselv crop-' and preventn them from redeeming ' l p l-who roso to ahake hands in a i e lurtly gracious manner. It w as the man who wielded the thunders of i ChancellorMdllennd the Chlcahominv it wa- prevident I.ee. If it would be of any Interest to vour re-ented, this is not wonderful. I may hv that with his friends ho never re curs to the subject of the war; nor did he to me express any opinion on polit ical matter. I understand, however, from those who arc in intimate daily convert- with him, that he is strongly in favor of the people of his Mate, and of the South "coming right up, frankly ä acc T ' luauoii ami earnestly pushing the work of reconstruction." , Personally he is at nresent in the I , x) r"nf liL l nl 1 ,rt!,t m lliC ; jbih of health. He frcuuent v r Idea .. . .. .. i ...a , V 1 "'o, iiuu inc eu-iiicsi. Jiu;iu x iuoc gentleness and goodness and is a pro di-rjous favorite with children. "If iKH.n üfto from the grade of a broken tution of learning. j a t AmlyVs Itestrictlnr Order. 1 There is very little doubt but the I -president will xoon issue an order re f straining the military commanders in ti,e .South from nil action declared to bc illegal by Stanbcry's opinion, although it is known that Secretary stuntim h n,lvisod irainst the t..k- : s- m.,i h,.,. ti... r: in that the Military , . ? ct will be thorou-hlv revised. It! , t f v th:it th miiiUrv eom. a ; mamlern will bo indru-tcd to ndtistate tlin i.tVY.rti rittiir.vrt liv tlinitl Lilt it IS 2 .1 c;,.m. 111 1..! I reader to learn w hat are hU views i I" l II (IIIIC IUI. 11 IL 111111 111 llll" Mill- l...... 1.1.. 4.. ..r i.i... i.. i ! jiiiM-iii; wvi.ti . iv - ..... j Montgomery, viaoaiuu, uuu .-.!. r..? t,. r.vrvi in' .nlr ..f n-iru.,,.. , . . . .u -.-.r latino and iireseribiug rules of evi - ,,icnwjn the courts of the Carolinas. I i Tlie Ftate tteiet nominated in tali- 1 ue riaie in ifi uominaieu 111 v an- 1 - , nia bvthe Republican ,wtv doca, 0 Cabinet opinion on the reg.tra t kIvJ ,atisfaKion, and another ;',n Hialification. forni; not cive j Convention, for the reorganization of j the party, has lcen eallctl. - ' The report that the work on thc 1 l'nlori Pa-ific Ri II road would have to 1 toInot unless mon protection wa. . ... ..... . 1 - atr.inifsi, i- coniraaieici iy tne oincers of tho ri,untan v. i falling ..f the wall of the thcai-r " ; i,urno,l in Philadelnhia, lat week, and ire uflVrlii!j from ) In what circumvUnees is a woman ! Tin- Uaekrnpt Th IiHeoniam ! fyr labten. j Hie bankrupt Iaf, Nihlch U Jut ( about fv go into p!U)tcal operation, vwll yield sutllcitUt busJli4 " atii I vliüiih lue Ij enrich ull who hv j been lottUIiuto vtiollgU tu sw.vtu ofRs tider it. Wo hftvifhc.ird.it tirti tented that Marshal Murray, of this dtatriut, will tettlire one hundred nud fifty thoUsaJid dullrtrM n ear out of It, naJ Uic lwyur ill oiire renp a pro ftfa"ioiial hnrvet from no rich a. Ibid. Tlio two foruu r L'nt-rul trtukrtipt law eibu ted by Cont.ii under the J,uwer veitnl by Uj knUautiun of tbo United Sut iuthelegiiUtlvc depart ment of tUrf (kiYcrtiL-tartta, KjjrvU. but a brief exl-tence. The law pal tu the year IsoO w&4 rvjoaJel iu rU avbd the law oX Inli cm me tu an end witbLti two year afterward. Profiting by tbJa expetknev the dvbtn thr prntnt ' bty will Uu-teu lo avail themaclvea tf thr vxk-tiug ftntute and will flock to the 4-ourt like hungry ahecpto a urvn pasturage and rid tlivm-ilvif of tlio burden of their liabilities Tlie probaUUty i that they will have no time to loe; for the tau Li and ln-ttvy iupitavlit4 will ni doubt make a vloroua ctlort nt th next acsalou of Congress tu obtain a repeal of tbo present law. The senie of thw twil ncss community U that the nation w ill be materially benefitted by a per manent general ryatrm of bankruptcy, und that Congress can not do better than to retain the luw they have now enacted, making ueh amendments from time to time us its practical ope rations may euggpfd. Hut Congress hat nhown Itself o blundering and ineomiietent, In All mn tiers relating to the financial and commercial Interest of th country, that It is Impossible to calculate with any degree of certainty upon Iti action. It may undo at IU next pension all tlio good It did In this direction at It fait. i While it lats, however, the law wfll 1 It the millennium of Insolvent debt or, and w ill prove of great advantago to the country. It w ill not decrease the value of property, -t will freo their fortune. It will do rnorc than the reconstruction act itself to relieve and fettle the Southern fitatc, and not the least of Its advantages will bet the influence it will have in clearing aw ay all unsound banking associations and logu9 stock companies, and cre ating a more healthful condition in all thc monetary institutions of thc coun try. Hut there should bo no delay on the part of tho&c who desire to take ad vantage of iU provisions; for there is no knowing how eoon they may be deprived of the opportunity. New Yvrh lhrald. We give the above dimply as tho opinion of the Herald, without endors ing its viev. We have always been opscd to any law that was calculated to make scoundrel. We believe a bankrupt law docs thi, and therefore we are opposed to it. We lelleve thero could lc a law by which honest men could be protected, and yet pay their indebtedness. Put we are opioed to a law which gives to scoundrels tho right of repudiation. Ki). All Sorts of Paragraphs. Senator Cole, of California, has sail ed for Xcw York. Hev. Thornton A. Mills fell dead at Iloboken, Xew Jersey, on Wednesday week. General Iongstrcct vas pardoned by the President last week. The President haa beeu informed of the arrival of fcumta Anna, in Mexicr. Several speculators from Lafayette, Indiana, have been made to groan at Chicago. The freshet at Sing Sing, Xew York, last Tuesday week, did damage to the extent of $100,009. The Louisville Common Council baa refused to license colored men to keep a tavern. The President has issued a procla mation announcing thc ratification cf the ltushi;i Treat v. The Iuisvllle and Xashville Kail road Is constructing a new iron bridgo over the Cumberland River. flenerul Sickles has issued a circular explaining certain paragraphs in hi general order Xo. "1. Five negroes were severely wounded in Xashville, last witk, by an ex- workmen lat week and fhot him I - a. dead. i Arthur McArthur, of Milwaukee, j Wisconsin, has leen ajpo!ntel ax Coni- ...!JJ!...i.p tr tlm Pirw 1'tTrf l t lo?l . ..... ... a 1 jiicuuion-i, irRinja, iuc fu , rniri outnumber the whites I , w, . ..1.1 Lieiierai frail i 1 m Kiix Tfiitj I ' ... ... - Thomas S. Smoot wa4 utally hot in Washington, last week, by Henry Johnson, jr., guilty of intimacy' with thc lattter's wife. Thc billiard matehat Cleveland, l twecn Frawley aud Choate for tli championship of the rtate, was won by Frawley. The Connecticut cfenatc passed an eighl hour law. It has already passed the House, and goes into operation on thc 1st of January next. Thc railroad time taLIe'agrcvd upon by the recent Louisville Convention reduces the time of the trip from ' York to Xcw Ol Ivans twelve hours.