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BWBrtTW ATIF, Tlil'RSDAY. NOV. U, IKO Sea. JOI1M C. V II (III. Amtlau Editr7 Um.D cloiif iu Xaw York ou Tm-l:iv at $1 llj. Sides of cotton, 4.KU0 bales; U;ilunds, lfijc. Tenuo.Mis.-e ex.-oiilH)iid, CTJjKftw, 58J. .,- An iuipiMiiii tron.cliul itussiiui wihaiI ron will Hlioril v make it i firvHurniK-a in the lWluiiulluH, ami it military furee will appear on the Danul o. Ah offieiul Washington dispatch av Secretary Hall will soon lie sucrei-ded in the Cabinet by (Jen. Uutler. PnlSIDEXT ClRANT 18 HilU t llllVO stat ed, uuthoritAtivelv, that Sir. Mutlt-v lino been instructed to turn over tlio United States Legation in London tu Mr. Mo xan and to return homo at once. Italy propo.sen, if possible, to keep out of tlie imbroglio cuutiitd by the Iius uian (ptuiition, aj she ban enough to do to utteud to li r own interiiul allium. A ma nr. curt'expoudoht of the T.iK uue tclcr:.phs from St Petersburg on tho lOlh, saying: A decree hiis been in sued extending tho coinpulwiry military Hiirvhio to all clnsHea of tho population. Tho dijeroe i.s well received by the journ als, aud is considered a 'peaceful incis ure. It ia deuied at Sit. Petersburg that Pussia offered neutrality to Prussia on Ciudilion that the Piuis treaty of Tiii be a t aside, Kussia only desired a modi fication of the treaty. While Kussia is q-lito willing to submit her pibUcisious to tho decision of a confereucfl, Prussia will unlyconoiit U the scheme on con dition that her 'relations' with 1'ruuee hull not be" (Liscuijsed thereat TiiKlihwklyn 'L'uioii (Padieid) had this p'lragrah the day ulLer the' el.x tiou: l:i addition, to tha buy int-ts, which Hppily wcM'xot used, there lay in the -.ist river a black, fortui hiblu-1 -oVing t o .iuer, with liouis all n ;t,ly ntul lumd ( Ks in ulii'idiwice,' to bo us"d, if ne -H.iry, to keep quiet' any 'unruly spirits w ho mi;lit iie dispised to in e iero with the rights of p.tc able citizci.s. "Handcuff. in ubuud tiico" for free A ui'vicim citizens! Aud this iu a reput ed land of fr-'cdoi.i! I)ii. Van Afuman,. (NimmiK'ionpr of Pensions cspm-ises tho opinion that the j rorieculion of Pjiderick 11. Butler, Con gressman elect from Tennessee, for dis honest practices toward Govtn mcn! j n?.'o kts a-'id thu Pension liuroau, will ; i t l)e abandoned. Also, that all the j a .eis iMiccfiaary are now in the hands of the Attornev-Urtiieral, who will iu stru 't th District At!o4i.e to pr; -reed with the prosecution us soon as 1 utl ir arrives. The CouimiiiHioner will have all his witnesses ready when culled for. OUR r OUUll VOI .OIK. With ttys r.uiiAier, theEvn in i.i:,t com 1'ienccs its fourth vu'.ume. Fiom the muo cjiu ruierunner, uiaiiguratnd ty , the versatile, but energetic aud wide-a-wako Hugh L. Tit, it has grown to be the eipial in size of any county paper pub lished in t i3 iStato of Ti nnci-se(!. That it has been so w ell sustained is duo in a very great measure to the indulgence of tho people among whom it principally circulates, our Sweetwater and Monroe county iricadtt. Thut any extended ef forts wo may make to increase its inter est und usefulness will be appreciated and sustained, we, who know these same people so- well, do not for a moment doubt ' ; the ititiirr sriKiT. The Knoxville Chronicle, of u recent date contained au editorial so difl'ereut . in spirit from that usually indulged in viil. l.-.i.i -n - . . . by ultra political papers that it is worthy of notice. Under the caption of "Ought "We Complain ?" the editor argues that the conditiqn of the country g.iuoruUy is much better than could have been ex pected six years ago, wheu tho two sec tions of the Union were arrayed in dead ly hostility against each other. After referring to the hinietttabla slate of af fairs then, he asks,, "who ut that time tupposod our condition would be ho fa vorablo m the short opattf of five years, lis it now is ? Did any one suppose thai the social relations Jietweeu .Jt!ie two sec tions would bo niore pleaimut?" and t.ien goes oa to say, ''We do : hot mean to say that. all prejudice has been torgot ten, we are sorry wo cannot say it, but we think we have made, some progress even in that direction. We hope to for get foohsh sectional prejudices entirely, by and by. The'man who di es not la bor for this end is au enemy to ,his toun try." Thore is something encournging in reading such sentiments, coming from the source they do, but it would bo ten fold more encouraging wore it not for the conviction daily forced upon the read ers of the Chronicle, and like papers, that one of the main cards ofcthe P.adicul par ty has been, and is, to keep alive, as much as possible, the "foohsh sectional prejudices" referred to. And while we endorse thoroughly the sentiments of the Chronicle in this particular article, it seems to us there is much, self-condemnation in the concluding sentence of the above extract: "The man who does not labor for this end" labor to bring about harmony and good feeling between the people lately arrayed in deadly hostility against each other "is an enemy to his conntry." We wish every Radical and every Dem ocratic editor iu. tho country could be con trolled by this sentiment iu preparing Lis political articles; but unfortunately juost of thorn are not; and, in this res pect, we IfDow of but few who have sin ned mora grievously than the. editor of tho Chronicle, , , , The very excellent orticle under con sideration concludes as follows: . ,.. "While we cannot say much of the fa cilities' for acquiring au education in our own L)t.ito, they are equal now to what Jiey wire bo'.iro tU wnr. V.'o woii'd (.iik-1 to t-ft tn. :n irrjr..viL Thi-ro is x.u for uu-t imi.ixivtuiu t,iuid eLine .o h e it. JbreinFj'Ht Tennessee our jopula- ion km r .-hm-J iiO.IKlU in the last ton .euis, iiotwithutaiiding tho war, whUu .lievniue of propel ty has imrenm d at e.u,t 5tl j (.r ( e-it. luko even thiiig into oiiHiuerutii n, im 1 we think our c.mtli- ioii is fur letter tiuin we expected it .vould be five years ao. Hiii to hi:- m!n.l is encouraging. Let u i j,o on ia this way, ajid iu Cuu en, he e ti.eu of the war will not be p?;vp- ible upon tho business pnwijM'i'ity ol i,he wihtry, except, peiliMps, iu tho matter f taxes. No uuai who future the hoii t payment of our public dbt, expects taxes to be as low us U fore the war. lint, ven iu thirefipect,ifournianufacturing k'rieultunil and commercial itiicrost cou iiiiin lo improve, o;ir we:Jth will ho in rouse thai taxutioa will sooa ceitau to be a burden. It ia a consummation devoutly to be visaed that the future pictured by the 'liruiiielo may be realized; aud wo are .ure that its eflbrtu to liatitor. meh a re tliiwtiim will be applauded by all neni ile aud worthy people. fvncj our last issue affairs in Europe have unsullied a very threatening aspect It yc-ems tl.ut Pussia, ti.king advantage f the existing war between Prance and i'rgssia, intimated to EngLnd Jier intui tion of disregarding certain articles of t he U'euty of lSolj, the signing of which by herself, Prushia, France, England, Scrdi- ! nh and Turkey, brought an end to the Crimean war. The articles obnoxious to Prussia provided for the neutrality of the jllack S.-a; thut it shorld be open to the couiuier.it of ail nations, but fo.-ever 'orbidden to the war Hag, either of the ;oveis on its shores, or if any other power. This portion of the treaty Jtus ua cl.iims to hi-ve been disregarded by .iCnglaiid and France, and that conse quently she is absohed from any longer observance of it, The articular viola. tions eomphvned of tiy I'lissia, hip b follows: The rruife of the Prince of Wales on the Plac); Sea, in an English friga'e;n fi'-iibu- tiip of I.ovd I'dwcr Litton, sul.srijuetitly; the :.;-j i-:,r; -.ic of an Austrian wpiadron at Vanm, a Ti;k ish city on tho I!la-'c S-a, when the .v.m pir.rof Ai'ii.i was tht-o; and lasiij a voyijn of tUo Sultan i.i i French frig ase. Englisnd regnrds these, and perhaps properly, as very flimsy pretexts for the violation of a treaty that interferes with Jtussia's naval power, but which she was compelled to sign in ;-T,fi in order tose uro peace. It seems evident that the lUissiun Government is simply trying to tal:o an unfair advantage of the fads that France U helpless, England unarmed, and Austria esprsed to the 1 ss of her German jnovincca by King William's method of German UMitieat ion, and, by breaking through the restraints of tho treaty, to pl ice itself in a position to car 'y mt any designs it may have against Turkey. Most of tho great powers in Wf.ied, Pi '.uif ia cwj-.trd, are very in dignant at the course pursued by It usJia. and iu England, th! least ready for war if any of them, the excitement is intense.. Tt may be that Russia will buck down from htir position, and simply nsk for a consideration of the question by those interested. If, however, she adheres to her expressed determination to violate the treaty at nil hazards, there is scarce ly a possibility of a general European w ar being averted. It is indeed to bo hoped that it mav be; but should it come to tho worst, France at least, can look forward with brighter hopes of deliverance from her present uuhtippy condition. Even as it is, the general belief in Europe that Prus sia nnd Pus ;ia have been working se cretly together and into each other's hands, has created a vast amount of feel ing for France and a stronger disappro bation of tho pertinacious way in which King William tries to keep his hand up on her tlirout. THE FEEL13U IN ENGLAND. Tho London Morning Post says edi torially that the cause of France has now become, the cause of Europe. Ail neu tral St'ites are bound to assist her to ob tain a peace and leave her intact, or aid her to continue tho war, in order to hold Prussia engaged, and while engaged, with Austria, Italy,' und Turkey, whip Russia iuto submission. Either Prussia must sign au easy peave; to liberate her forces or France ilccladug will once more provo herself tho aivinr of Europe. Tho tita:id;ird has a bitter attack up on Russia and Prussia, who it says con spired t) commit a monstrous act of periidy and violence, an "audacious' con tempt of morality, by introducing a so 'ies of endless European wars.' No English ministry would dare not . give light to so insolent a challenge. The following is another anidysis of Earl Granville's note in reply to Prince Gottschakoff. It denies the right of Russia to recognize the European situa tion as releasing her from the obligations of a solemn treaty. It idso denies' as suming aa true that if one contracting power considers itself released from a treaty the other is at liberty to disregard it It further states that instead of making any such an announcement Russia should have invited the powers to consider tie subject England's Predicament. -The Courier Journal says: "Notwith standing the menacing attitude of Russia and the resolute assertions of England aud Austria, it is said that no body outside of England believes that there will be another war in Europe at present. It is belies ed in Vienna and Berlin and St Petersburg that England, after a few vigorous protests and finding uo encouragement from the other pow ers, will Bubside and givo Russia her point in tho Eastern question. In Lon don, however, the case is different Tho journals clamor, for war unless Russia gives up her idea of an abrogation of the Paris treaty Tho English Cabinet is divided ou the question and it is said tho peace party will triumph and give Eng land's consent to a surrender, of the fruits of the Crimean victory." STATE NEWS. M.ij. Tom O'Connor was married at Knoxville List week to Miss Fannie House. The Whig and Register has received a 'mammoth pumpkin, wefghiug'one hun dred and a-hulf pounds. It wimjjiwed iu Knox county. Maj. It M. Peorden, whom . everybo dy knows and likes, hasannonncetl him lf as a candidate for Muyor of Knox ville. lie will make a strong run. A great rcviv.d has been going on in the Presbyterian Church at Kingston. About forty new converts have united themselves w ith the Church, while manv others are deeply anxious ou the subject ol their routs saivMion. Tho election hist week iu Chattanooga resumed all right, notwithstanding the multiplicity of candidates. W. U. Ruth Uiru, esq., wi's elected May. r, and Jesee it Allison, e.iq., Marshal The Board .if Al lenneii elected d'es very well for ChalUnoogu, The work on the great wholesale house of Cowun, McClung & Co., is progressing rapidly. It is an object of general sur- prijo and ostonishuieut to all strangers, who are r.ol pr. pared to see a building )f such gigantic proportions and stutly ilegance being reded in a city the size of Knoxville. i hen completed, it will be a Willdiug crcditiblo to any city ou d;e Continent. Judge Thus. A. R. Nelson delivered, one night hist week, before the Young People's Christian Assoeiuti n, of Knox ville, an address ou "The lS.bl. ," which is pronounced to have been eloquent, in structive and convincing. Judge Nel n has devoted much of his timo to the study of Bible History, wh:ch added to uis great oratory, peculiarly ills Lim for die delivery of such a lecture as tho atsive. A bold robbery took placo at Ciintta uooga about a week af'o. The parties iccased of having perpetrated it, are .Jeo. D. Critchett iukI Scotty Mcintosh, both of whom have hitherto borne good haraeters. The persons operated upon vere Alubitmiaiis, who with liic assistance f the police, succeeded in recovering 'lie iie.j i:ey taken frmi them. They hive "c i: um u until the case comes up for rial. The proposition to subscribo $50,000 for Die purjM.se of building a bridge over the 1 foist on River, nt Knoxville, was car ried by a three fourths vote. Ser.king of die bridge tho Whig and Register says: "It will be a decided improvement, and besides, will facilitate the ingress and jgiv.s:i to and from tho city. It cannot 'ail to be looked upon iu a favorable light when we think for a moment of tho grout ;o!ivenience it will afford to those who bring their produce to mv.ii.et, and we hope limt the work wiil commetico at an iarly day, and tho bridge become a sub itai.tial reality." Au old man named Adam Ilaslor, liv ing two or three miles .North of Kings .on, committed suicide lust Sunday week ay hanging himself. Tho7Hmily' had ,'one to church, nnd on their return, lomo boys going into the' mill for tho purpose of weighing themselves, found -he old m.in suspended from a rafter by i rope. Life was extiuct. Mr. Ilaslor vas eighty years of age, altogether ra tional, and his family are at a loss to ac count for his rash act. The plans und drawings of the Knox ville Custom f louse have been approved oy tho prop!" authorities. Mr. A. B. .Mullutt, tlie Supervising Architect, will visit Knoxville this week, and do what is necc'isary to get tho work under way. The building is to be of stone, three sto ries high. The first story for tho post oilieo; the second,' offices for Federal ollir cers local ed at Knoxville, Jury rooms, &., and tho third for a court room. Mr. .Vlaynarii has recommended as material, i quality of 'stoue found iu Roane coun ty, near Kingston. . , James Robinson's Circus disbanded l ist week at Murfreeaboro,' thus throw ing up its Southern engagements. It has boon stated bjrsome pajlcrs that Mr. Robinson was frighteued out of keeping His Southern engagements by warlike manifestation's in Murfrocsboro,' .and bv Col. Ames' fate in 'ilurrgia. " There is no truth in such 't umors. He was induced to go into Winter' 'quarters in conse quence" of the very apparent fact thai money was tilo scarce in the South '.to .nake his further travels profitable. . -i : . ',. ' The Sitge of Paris. London riv. 20. A correspondent of '.lie Uliseiver, wilting fiein prsiiills on the 1 jtli. give a glociny picture of, the German situation. It seems thut. no Loni buniment'of Piiris w 'possible before uext iring, as the heavy gnus have nut yet been brought up, owing to, tlie. muddy roads. Tiiu (Ittimui&ure eonstriictingeu- reiichnicuts in ilmir rear lo guuril against attiiek from the French. The hospitals, too, uro 'iid to be in. hud comlitiun and filled with sick, wliii lie nipidlv, and their places are iiumetii ntcly filled with now victims. Ihepreva leat diseases ure pneumonia und MUull- PIt ., ,: The French continue with incessant ac tivity throwing up new works and urluing tliem with guns, whereof they seeui to liuve an inexhuustibla pupply. They ure digging riQu pits, und ulso upparcutly ecu Kiructing miucK. An oeiioous silence Lss prevailed lor seine di,ys iu ' their large Torts, und there has been very lit le firing. Greut bodice of troops ure exeiuifed every day on tlin plnins in trout of Ml Valerien, ou the peiiiiixula bounded by the Seine, und the roudit leauiug tuuth of the city. Lurge quiiiitilicd uf vogolalles ure still in the tinkle aniiuid the city, aud purtiosare every day engaged in digging and couvey ing them iiiside. . A Narrow Escapo. A lady at Zuiicsville, Ohio, in cleaning hau'e, found u package of two pounds of powder, and thinking it was lamphluok, ilie throw it into the fire. . Hor husband tli inks phi) has escaped, as nothing has bven heard of her since, except piece of calico dreag, whiub. was found ou an upple tree iu tho orchard. ' . ' r, i General Lee's Will. v , ' The will of the late R. E. Lee has been admitted to probate.' !It is in ' the hand writing of the deceased, and was written In 1848. . 0. 'W. C. Lee sad, Mrs Lee are the exjecajois. Col. Ch. JUareiiall, of Baltimore, has been' selected to Writ the biography of th lata Gtn. Lee. ' GREAT CO.NFEDEBATE CAPTAIN. IVrsoual Itpminiscencmi anil A tlotrs r lieu. 1L E. le. Written far thef iiu iuniti Couiuieroul by Coolfterula Chapluin. Tlie niotlest humihty of the v chicfUiiu whs so onMi)ieiuoiiB that ure ut no loss for incidents to illustrate it To a letter from Jackson, at ( Jan Ofllorsvillu, he replied : MI have justtre ceived your nolo iufonuiug me tliut.JMi were wounded. I cannot express -iy regret at the occurrence. Couid Iflive diix-cted events, I should have cl Aen, for the good of the service, to havtX en disabled iu your steail I congratlute you on tlie victory which is duo to Jam skill and energy." It was upou tlq. re ceptiou of thuso touching words lruin lus loved chief that the LToat Stonowoll exchiiuicd j "Butter that ten Jackson thould fall than one Lcel But,' ho meekly added, "Qen. Lee shouldgivo the glory of the victory to God." - ' The world's history affords few rnib limcr spectacles thun that of this fraud old chieftain moving among his shatter ed battalions as they recoiled fromtheir unsuccessful charge ujain the heights of Oettysbuig. As calm and cool aijf he Lai just won a great victory, he Would quietly say: "All this wiil come riit in tho end ; wt'll talk it over hereafter. ; but iu tho meantime all good nicitniuat rally. We want all good and truii men just now." And to one of his I riga diers, who reported, in most despidout tono, tho shattered condition of Ulbrig ade, he said, in iahcWku JiNL'ey cr mind. General ; all tliis has Wen my fault. It is I that have lost this fight, and you must help mo out of it tlie best way you can." In tho winter of '114 tho following in cident went the rounds of tho Southern press : "One very wild morning a young sol dier, on the curs to Petersburg, wus mak ing fruitless efforts to put ou his over coat, with his r.iui iu u bling. His teeth as well as his sound arm, were brought into use to effect tho object ; but in the midst of his efforts an officer rose, up from his seat, advanced to him, and very c.irefully and tenderlv assisted hiniv drawing the coat gently over his wound i d ai in mid buttoning it comfortably ; tl.ou w ilh a few kind and pleasant words, returned to his seat. "Now, tho officer in question was not clad in gorgeous uniform, with a brill iant wreath upon tho collar, and a mul titude of gilt lines upon the sleeves, re sembling a famous labyrinth of Crete, but he w as clad in a 'simple suit of gray,' distinguished from the ''arb of a civilian only by the three stars which every Con federate colonel is, bv the regulations, elititled to wear. And vet he was no other than otir chief General, Koliert E. Lee, who is not braver than he is rood and modest." When tho Hoard of Trustees elected him President of Washington College he at first declined, saying, "I am not competent to teach moral philosophy, which is usually expected of tho Presi dent" "Cut," said Judgo Brokenbrou-'h, who wailed on him, "you can touch mathe matics, General, und wo will get some ono else to touch mond philosophy ?" "Ao, sir, was the prompt reply, "I can not even do that I used to know some mathematics when I was at West Point, but I should bo unwilling to at tempt to teach it now." ! It was finally decided to effer him the position with tho nniprstanTl' that he should --.'Y-"tl-:-rJ'fr4Bf give himself to the general oversight and management of the college. With many misgivings and much self-depreciation iio was finally persuaded to accept, 'and devoted himself to his new duties with au energy and zeal which made hiih ilVst among college Presidents as ho wus first among military chief tains. , Closely allied to his modest humility was his spirit of self denial, He never presumed upon others, and never calloxl on his men to make sacriffices or eudui'e privations which ho was not willing to share. Hon. A. II. Stephens relates in his ''War Between the States" that when he frrst came to Richmond as a Commis sioner of tho Confederate States, to-treat with Virginia in reforonce to her joining the Confederacy, and turning ovcx.to it her army, that a serious difioulty wustha rank of General Lee. By vote of the Convention ho hud been made ' Com mander-in-Chief of the Virginia'' 'fbi-cca, and his Mends were unwilling'for hifn to have a less n nk in the:' CohfederaW army, while on the other hand there' were several officers already 1 coiriinission- ed who would outrank luia . there. Iii this dilemma, Mr. Stephens ' sent for Wen. lieu and explained to linn urn uu ticulty. Ho at once said that no persdur al interest of his should interfere for a moment .with tho demands of thecoma T1IE Unit ho was willing to take .any posj. exclaimed: . "Fore God, I beleiva ..Sl.er tion iii'whieh ho could ,best 'scj'e .life roan aud his barn-burner are inarching State. By Gen. Leo's personal iufirtpnee au uitiiculty was removed, ana tlie desir ed uuiou consummated. ; Soon after the West Virginia cam paign, while ,tho newspapers and the people weru ceusuring him for not fight ing Ronecrans, he said to an. intimate friend : "I could have fought, and I :am satisfied that I could have gained a 'Vic. toiy. But the nature of tho country was sucn that it would have proved a barren victory, anil I had rather sacrifice my military reputation and quietly rest un der this unjust censure than to .sacrifice unnecessarily the life of a single one of my men. " - , ' Gen. Lee rarely slept in a house nev er outside, of his lines during tho war, aud when on tho march some conven ient fence corner would bo his most fre. quunt placo of bivouac. .. Tho writer lias li'it uufrequently seen some Colonel or Major Quartermaster ; entertained . in priucely style at some hosspitable . man sion, while near by the Communder-in-cluef would bivouae in a fence corner or under some convenient tree. He never allowed his mess to draw from tho commissary more than they wore entitled to, uttd-not unfreqeiiUy he would sit down to -a '-'dilute?' 'Meagre iu quality and scant in qtuintityy ' - It is related that m'? dne occasion'! a number of gentlemen having Hppoihted" to dine with him, he had ordered his acr- vant to provido a repast of cabbage and middling. A very small bit of nuddling garnished tho dish, so small that the po lite guests all declined middling and it remained on the dish wheu they., rose from tho table. ..Next day the General, remembering tho untouched meat, or deiod his servant to bring "that mid dling," Tho man hesitated, scratched his head, and finally said : - "De foe' is, Jlass'r Robert, dat or middlin' was hor rid middlin', nnd I done give it back to do man whar I got it from." It is said that upou ono occasion, his : youngest son, Robert, who was then a private in tho Rockbridge Artillery, dined with him and asked, "Father; was the dinner to-day a specimen of what von hard at htSadquartersr We live better ut our moss.' Tho General replied : "Yes; it is a pretty fair specimen. Sometimes we have better and sometimes not lo good. I should be glad if all of my men could five better than we do at headquarters." Robert tlw-n invited liis father to dine with him ou a certain day; the mess, proud of the privilege of eiltertainiirgthe Commander-in-Chief, got up tlie liest dinner within their means, and lheT5ei end pronounced the bill of fare "entirely too luxurious for soldiers. 7 'Diffihk; Jhi winter of 'da 4, the ration of the army wero so reduced us to be a nittttec of the deepest anxiety to Gen. Lee. He issued a touching proclamation in which he said: "The commanding General consid ers it due to the anuy to state: that the temporary ro laction ofratioiis has been caused by circumstauccs beyond the con trol of those charged with" its support, Its welfiu-e and comfort are tho objects of his constant and earnest solicit ado, and no effort has been spared to' provido for its wants. It is hoped that the ex ertions now being mode will reiuler the necessity of but short duration; but tho history of tho war has shown that tlie country can require no sacrifice too great for its patriotic devotion.'" Soldiers! you tread with no unequal steps the road by which your fathers marched' through suffering, privatiou and blooiL to. inde pendence.". Abuot this time he was in Richmond, and went to dine , with ; a friend where an elegant dinner was serv ed. Ho declined all of the rich viands offered him, dined on bread and beef, and quietly f,aid in explanation to the lady uf the house: "I cannot consent 'to be feasting while my poor . soldiers we nearly stuviug. . Iu the winter of 1804 the City Counci of; Richmymi tendered him au elegant muusion as some siiiull token o'Pthe h'igh estimate in '.which lib was held ly the city which ho Iiad so long defended." His spleiided 'citato' at Arlington had been confiscatedthe ','w)ii house",, had .been, burned, , his property, hiubnvai-bj-all been destroyed, ah'dWsalary wus .utterly .uisuJlicaent, to suppiu t, in proper stylo, hjs wife, and daughters, who were "room, keeping" in Riclimdnfl, and prsticing Oie,: iiost rigid economy. These Tacts were known to tho oity authorities, and they but rJ heeled the popular wish when theyjnade the. .offer. .But the crnuid old mam runli. lied:.'I do notexpect to.bo in Rieluiijind, uiuing mo continuance ol tlie war, and my family are as cpmfortalilo 'as they have a ri'ht to expect 'to be in'nthcse times. I luslst, therefore; with mnti tiiauks lor your kind consideration, rnosl resepvcfully decline yoiu ofl'cr.!, If yqu'i nave money to give, I hope yuawuT ..hC' stow it upon my private soldiery ,who are moro needv, and fur more deserv-in than myself.u ' ' ''' " !" ",? At the close of the war offcrs'of pecu niary assistance poured in upon him from all sides, but ho steadfastly refiwed to receive them. . , . An English nobleman, thinking that ho would rejoice in some placo of retprjat from afflictions, wrote to offer , him a splendid country seat and a handsome annuity. Ho nobly replied, "I am deep ly grateful, but I can not consent to de sert my native State in tho hour of her deep adversity. I must nbido her for tunes and hor futo." : Soon after ho took charge of Vash ingtou collego he was visitod , by ,-the agent of an insurance company who of fered him tho Presidency at a salary of ton thousand dollars; he was receiving only thrco thousand from the College. Ho told tho agent that ho could not give ip his position iu tho College, and could ot properly attend to the duties of both. lut, uenerul, said tha agent, "we. do t want yoti to discharge any duties. We simply wish the use of your' name; that will abundantly compensate ns. 1 ' "Excuse me, sir," was the prompt and decided rejoinder, "I can not consent to receive, pay for services I do not gender." He received many oilers 'of this, sort,, and just a short time before lis death a largo manufacturing company, iii New York, offered him a salary of)'ilfty' thou sand dollars a year if lie'1 would become their president Butt idbiuch offers ho made the aume. reply his., duties: in the college, fully occupied, life,, tjnie,, and ho would not receive paywhcreJha did, 'not render service. ' . ' ' ' ', ', 1 Ho refused to receive from the c.otiego 1 OjiiytlllriA like so largo a 'siilarjr :'as' they1 'desired 4o pay him, and when, last yemy Tlie tnistee,s deeded to Mrs. Leo a house and an aiiuuity of. three .tlifliisaftd dol lars, the Gonend respectfully,, but firmly,. reiuseu tjn iuis. ijee s ueuauio .accept if. ' lie dBcli'ijcd all gratuities anil though a ldviiig'peoplc, for whom lib had toiled so heroically; would most jrtyftdly ' have settled on liim ti handsome property, ho preferod. ,to earn his duily bread, by his Iiej'sonul exertions, and to set t.o hiijpco, . plo an example of honest industn'., h :''! '. ; 'rw:j ' LExrsGTos. VA.,' Oct. 31,' 1870. ' ' in ; ... 1 .I., .v i i tIiI Ih An pld negro woman ,.ii Georgia -nn lUteina the Aurora Borcalis, tho' other wcht tbronli Georgia again.1 ! Join K. Turbos ia a candidate .Conpress not in 'North Carolina, na you would-naturally suppose, but in Massa chusetts. . v -i:l', .-' mini.; I ,-i New Advertisements.. ' Notice of Insolvency. ALL peraonshavinclntina against tlie estate of Leu jam in F. Howard, deceased, are here by notified to file them with the Cleric of 1,he County Court of Monroe Couuly, Tenn., an'hid tivated in the manner prescribed by law, oa or before the lsth day of February, 171, or. they will be barred; as 1 have this day suggested the insolvency of said eBtate.. This 8th day of , No vember, 1870. , r A. U. VOI Mil, uo24-llpf3 ' ''' ' Administnttor itc'. You Want it ! Everybody '.Does , THE MAMMOTH WKEKLY Union & Aiherican. The Largest, tbo ifest aiid tha Cbenpest Paper iu the' South. ' ' - J Seventy-Two Column, Paper for ' only ' . ,Two Uollara a Year. , . . : ; $. - . .:. . The latest licw by Talegraplv Full Details of the stirring event in Europe-ax-arefuliv Dre- pared resume of tlie home aud foreign markets aoomplete Agricultural Department, Invalua ble to the Farmer nnd. Hoiiwiwiluhr'and . a, den lightful niisuellnneaus melange. , . , ,,. The paper for the Unusobold, the Business Manand the Laboring Man. , rrice.Only Two Dollars 1'Yeiir''", ' ..' C ' ':V- -'.. '.! : -..t. , WbatOur Contemporaries Say ; ' The TrentDii Ga;ette aaya : "We take; pleae ure inrecimiuiendiugit to the people of tbi) coun ty aa the ablcxt, soundest, and the most , reliable inner-rmhliahedlu Tennessee." Vm. ,:: ., .. The Clarksville Tobacco Leaf any H i'l'(th'l largest paper in mesiate, wane lu ability lt d at least equal to any In tha Soulh." , ' Tha Knoxville Whig aaya : '.'It Is one f the most splendidly gotten up weefcliee In the .oiith .". , Tho 6. Louis Times aaya s "It i one of tb fin est weeklies prilitcd North or 8outb.'t .-,.i -i !mi These areordy aaampleof score of.CQinmcnd. atloni ofthe Union ft American by toproe of thectantry. -Addre7'-' r,.i'i-'i s . UNION AND AMERICAN,"'- " nov2Hf . . . Nashville, Ttnn. Ponnrl nf T,nt! f Cure Ip OonsamnUoa d Ulol.FI..Pn .. i-i. e-4-. A paoilv. and tpttdy or tr Cogjlri, Coklt ml -UjiJuma, llroncttili., .thnu, Crq4p, .Whoring Cougl), ll04aiM,i lllerdhif of (b Lunn. Tht blikI wonderful remedy ew dia cotered for tlie cure or loimumiiiion. Iu effecu ar alinaat miraculous in "aTT diaeaiea artha Tliroat, Lunge anil Cliesl. THE GLOliK FLOWER SYRUP II without arWal. it ia cerfev.il t werleu. ii a certain cure and u plewant to take. ' liter aOOO cijea hay? bevn, cureJ in tliej, U, t moolha Iliie wonderful remedy. It'eiid the le.timon tl tbotia who kavp tlioruu-jkljr heated it uirita. rreyarej onlT'he 1 Ii I l"lkilUtUTO.VvTA,YLOR k CO.,,. AtUdta, Qa.- .Urti.V. t( .'1 V i .Tttlimonij. of S t )6 1 w rJi( .Over aa!. For aeeeral yeara I kuve bttm uhjet to a oou(iai)d luna arlNiion.. Kigkt ynn igu I took a rioleiit cold, wlikh aetttcd VMU fJ lunys. I uiied mauvcniifli rcmediea but louod no relief, and my rough grew very viotert and 1 had a sever liaumrrtiiine. 1 wsa wre-Uw 11 ucmoiu, and suDer.d wilh ahonneatof Ureal b could nul sleep had no appelile and my pLy sicinn pronounced my case to be one of hoiiela coiismnplion. I bd used Aver's t'herry i'ectP 1 1 .. 1 1 i . n i i : . , .T1 ii. J-. 5 .. .-"ioiiimi laivr.un ,uu liir, UaTsuui of Wild Cuerrv, and'nmnV otherbatent remedies, which had keen Iriglily recommended to me, and bad exhausted the skill of two of, the heat physicians in the country, withouf ant re lief ..until 1 commenced lb use of iba tflot) Klowei tymp, which acted like acbnrmn ruy ense." Ik-fore the enond bottle had- been taken up uy ceugh h,u left no aiy sleep waa wet and refrehbing my appetite good, and 1 rapidly improved, until 1 a or restored to health and am in better henlth thairl have been in inuny yeara. I have recommenced the. fl)b Flower Syrup le many of uiy atllicloU friends, and, acquaintances aud iu every esse it has mliite U complete cur. 1 irgnrd III Ulk llw tlyrupnut only aa lU greiitcat luug remtdy ev,r liscoveril, but aa tlitf rr.ot plciKioit and Vcliubla wliichthe atHiCt ad eon use. 1 nin indebted V. Ueaars. Crawtftri & Walker, Druggist at West 1'uinl, Us., Iqr culllnjt my arte noon to this Ulnbe Flower fit-rip', and sincerely hopo tlrlsvoluntarv recommenda tion will iliflun0!iM atltlcttil iii&t it. , .1 have the kuuor.to subscribe myself ri Vours&c.,' ' O.'W. IIVURAT. .Nitk. We are pcraonnlly acquaiatid UUiO. W Murray, and know him to be geittleinii f Honor and high soclul standing in his county' and know the above as stnlsd by himnlai vegart to the tilobe flower Syrup, to, be true. CRAWFORD k WAlkitf, llruggists, Vestl'viBt;.Oa.rli The Great Blood & Liver Remedy Compound Fluid JSxtraat f 'nil Stillinffiae ;. . is concentrated Vegetaule Specific la a Ji,.1 itlve fcure (briHrrofiil rula, Whit Bwtllnfl. ChTon -' Kheiiinntisin,, Giiut, LlO'iyua Sf)ri', C.micers, Scalil Ili-ad,' ltinn Worm, l'iniplcs, 'Blotch'ts, So.,' aadit la tlie only kmlwaonr Itjrall old- antv riliiydyphililio allectiona. It ..quickly rr inott-s virus and poison from the Hy-xtcm and i strires the paticatto perfect healih uhj polity I.'i. Iu nil coniplicutcU citsoj wf Scrofula andUvnh- ilis, and incases wbretUa. ejjphililio virus of uiv micni i;uub iie, uriuiueiiiui oyyniiiaor Herol'iiln-in Ihe fhi I J; this. Is lie'only remly unon which t hope uf recovery VAU reasona.. uir iMiinueti. ii relieves me disease anu lm paitK perfect purity and health! to tli.whW syntem, It is warranted to. give . aalntfaciio! lVenarcd only iii tb labarntoVv 'at '' j ,;. . 1'KilllEinUN, TAVLoJl i iSo,( u 111 , quanta. Ua, . For an' by .Toll n 1. TiiflclCincfn cinnati, Ohio, Manut'aiJtifhrVs of the following celebrated 1'erl'uniM ftif tft Toilet : llfidal Uoquet Cologue; Taylor'a Premlara p Orsay Cologne; Taylor's Premium Oermnn Co logne; Linuble Extrnct DeUrsay CWofcne; Uorjnet de Flori la; Diamond Extract;; Uridol Coquet Kstract; Love Mo Hear Kxtrnet: Ifilang llilang Kxh-nct; Mutk, Triple Extmcr; ' nai lnatthoUgh not least, the ronowucd estracf of (JutaiKnr ltosK, the most dbliglitfiil nerfuine known. Call aud secure a bottle, Fm Hale by It. Vt SC111JOC3S, HjulSm , .. . ..i,. Sweotwaiory 'tenn J" sixty-fivb riitSt TRizt rc d a Ls' ' A iv A R b C 0. THE GREAT Southern Piano MANUFACTORY WlH IirJABE, & CO., . : ( . i MANUrMJTtRlinS OP' ' 1 1 'yjUAD, SQtRG AVUtPRffjli't' PIANO-rOllTESj' " " . BALTIMORE 31 '. A ' Theeo Instrumeuta liavebcoa befor Ih ablic for nearly thirty years, and ppon their excel lence nlune attained an Unpurchased Pre-eminence, which pi-ouounceatheui unequalled. Their TO.N1, . . combines groat power, sweetnesa and fin aing ing quality; na wcll aa great -purity "if 'Intona tion and rSwoctncsB tkrougliout tli tnilr seal. Theiri" ' tovci, r:''Vxr: Ii ptlnnt and clastio, and' entirely free ffoi tb stillueaa found in ae-m uy Piano:. "i: r ui. . .- ( .1 IN WOUK,)AN'SUlirVi. ,.' !, they are unequalled, using none' but the ,vry best RKASONEii HATKitlAb, the targe capifaV em ployed in our business enabling 'us to keep con stantly on band nu Immense (lock of lumber &e. All our Square Pianos hnveour New Improv. ed' Over Strung Scale, nnd the Agrafle Treble. Bir" We would call special: attention :tc ohr Into improveraenta in, UltANlt PIANOrJ AXU SOUAUE OllANUS, Patented August 14 Lti. which bring the Fiurfd nearer Derfection than puis yet been attained, " 1 ,i,very J'liino fully Warranted for 5 Years. IV e have made artngem8ntv. fori' the Soi.a Wnoi.KSAl.E AoKxrv for the nioat celebrated PARLOR ORGANS AND MELODEO.S'S, which we oiler, Wholesale and Retail, at Lowesl'. Fac tory Prices. . WMi KNABE & 1.0,, ,, : sqilS-lim '" ' Ualtimore, Md, ' Sale of Land'. IWII.L'nlfcr for sale to the highest bidder1 for ciuih in band, at the Courthouse door in the town of Madiaonville, Monroe c,oua,ty, Tenu.jOn Monday, ihtbth dm of Dectnitr ntxt, ;all the right, title and' jntcr'est J. ..'Bradley has in and to One Hundred and Forty' Acres of Lapd situated in tho ICtb civil district of. Mon iiwcounty, Tennessee, adjoining the lands of Reuben Giles on the east, Jackson Young on the 'west, and the lands of othM-a on the north and , south, being the i Jaud onwbiqh tip) aaiti (defend ant now resides, t-ald land solil, to siitbify debt and cosfa In favor of A. W. Torbett.-' This the 2 jtli of October, 1670, '..0-l.'-.llil " , A. HAffKlNs),' Deputy Sheriff. i.H ' I .I: NATURE'S Hair Kes toratiye. Contain No LAC SULPHUR No SUGAR OF LEAD No, .LITHARGE No -NITRATE OF filLYER, and ia entirely free from the Poisonous and Health-destroying Drug used In other Hair Prcparatioas. ; i i. , l; , i .,; ' TranepartiBt an clear aa crystal, ' It ' will not rfoll.the lineal fabric perfectly MAFE, CLEAN and KFFlCIENT-deslderatums L0NGS0UOI1T FUR AND FOUND AT LAM' I t . i It reatar and prevent th hair from becom ing Gray, imparts a Bolt, ojlqssy , appearance, re moves UandrutT, is cool and refreshing to the head, cbecki the. Hair from fallinR' tfi and V tarcelt oa great (extent,. wheu prematurely ., prevenis neauacnes, cures all Humor, cu taneoiia aruptioni, and unnatural lleat A a DRKSSINU FOR THE HAIR It ia, tha, BEST ARTICLE IN THE MARKET. " ' Masaii Prepared only by 'PROCTER liltOTH Elta, Glorjcealur. MiistathmilttaV The Oenniue ia. u. oiuiiil. i-aienicc. urn nn jnnetinn is put up In a panel bottle, amda exprewly for it, with the name ofthe article. blen in tha glaai., Ask your Druggist for Nature1! Halt Ketoratlveantf1ake boothw'.' 11 "- ' 'Forbala by .a-tlfcR. ltvP;8R03a; i'iii 1' nov3-ly s aweaelwater, Tena.,1 Dreaa Making. 'iv ' v Mrs;' Mallofy in prepared lo eof, "rfiiiii and itrim ladiaa and MiMfrieiis (U tt'ylera price iftoni'ons' to- threa duUlri. Give her a call. '' tf. T WILL ofT.rf. o tbO .lle, ! !. !n..nh ur hm.. d, i.i ii.t U,rt oi Madiwmville, Mwir county,- fnn., $11 the right, title claim and Jnterwst thll,d. I), fiflley has in and to twtrif or pind.j vii: Unf Kou laihingtwo hukjrcljij tki Klti, be tbiiain more or lesa, ailnaled in the llth civil district of Monroe cuuuty. Tenn.. a liolnlne the landi of Samuel Kflngtim, FpeucerTfratelilll, irTTflZiF ly and others, known aa a part ofthe F. Dean farm. Oue other containing on hundred tf eiihty-fiv aor-s, be the earn more or less t jij uateil In the 1 1th civil district of Monroe county, S.lmininn Oia I.k.Ij nt U'm n.Lhill'. k.ir Bot Klttwrund Rhe-rtntTIoInirrtarfmT the farm that d. U. Alley now lives on. Said to eniisfydebt and costs of a judgment 'that 8; r. Hale, u Jt Jl oblaliwdiuffaiust hiaianl Mb. r in tli I'haniiery Coaruat Maduoaie ilon. roo counly, Tenn. . ' V, F. llUWo.V, 11. s. ' Kt6-il-pfi?J. '. - "' . . . ..1... 1 i! ; -. I ui .'.J 1 .: '.V ! ! A BOOK rOHTHM UllXIOX. 7 MarrM, e Um aonail UjHtUt u4 rjiUlisM t I lh Mllll rtJaMan Mli Uksk . GUIDE. .1 9r1,l9Hprmm im .S .....,,uwfwuii ri.r iMdMut Imlf t 1 fTvL",' MlUt.l 'tlwtktiOaf. , r ! 7? . iiiwih mtrvUcft. 11.11. 111! bonk UatMatlt W aUBt UaW lmA Uai sUfl. kV L.d r,lf , K,, Tt,, HcwhT W -'rr " Wimrj. S: 1 3 KrU El LHn. pfM4 M, ( ;. ; i;., , Jt . .1 , , '.' Notlo to th -Afflicted and -1 Unfortunate, ,.; , . Jrn srHrtai is sus Me ienniwt . . I wtuS.-' " "l"1 Jj J . nr. s.m m u wnnitat. ssrnuiiT iT , iw ' o.wM.i,,rt i. k , .,. usiipw.iii I fl. Uiwal.ik.lKaa Cftwutal. St. LmI. U. " ' .,. ;;A .Itaro ColiooUon. ; , i Tjaiirl coc.iTOnav.r.arr.M UsSn hhmm' . " siiKitiwifimiMntiu, ins. iu, iiiicH. . :u a.M'wr asW, ua sWis!iiCS : i c &ss!tix:, m--,"vsstt w i l 2!.'illvv,''' i' rm' l.s. nutaanuv. likws ij,,, em,4.ukHii J LOOK TO jYOUR ' CHILDRE" WHIT CO MB' 8 Suatur Ca&toUt U Aii -TTT-i- I ILqirr for.aale to tko. hichest bidder foi '!' cert oudoi win,B ti hmf.Jt"Hv, tUhQtilitiitiUt,iolalmlaDd,ini tcrt (Imt Ju Hi llenlv has anil to twa.liiua,. u,r" acres 01 lanu, r.e.inc same .more and Mailiwnwilla rond lutikll'th civil .dial rl!tl io,.miiibisi uji mi, em sme ov vno ijimirm qt .Monroe coiiny, lcnn.,adiai,uiiig the lauds of Samuel Eddlngton, w. W. (iiubb and others, and known aa a) pitrt'tif the 'Dean 'rarm; ' Alsd, all tlie right J title Snd elalra -thu Samuel Ed iPtoa hj. j i n and totwoliiulreil acre of land, be tlie siune more or less, situated nn the North aideoftlie wntehi'of Bntt' 'cek. In ' the lith; civil distrh-t af Uilnruecasnly,' Thnesie, ad joimug the UuiJKOf A.W, llefi), Wi., Urulib.I the bulls of F. l)ea, and otliers, (o satisfy debt anu cosi or a judgment tnilt ft; -V. iriile.ylerk S Master, obtainol against ii tti Henly.- l. M-. Ilenly, ami Samuel Kdlnglon,.! tb. (jhaircry ti)urt at Mndisonrillc, Monroe jaunty, Tenn,, , VtUt-fitf ".-? 'W.K JltDSfJ.V.b'k. M CUAMJKllY: UOUHT. AT. iMADt i-tJ'.t 80NVILU'i'KNX-i.t'l. -Arch. Bacom vm J, II. WottJarnei 'e. Roberta and others. " " IT appeiiTit Tvorfi tbc' l.fff fiicd iW'rfilli 'ca,lire, whiub iaiHwdvavto., Iliatdcfeudani lumeit' H) cott aud .J.anic Ji. Uubuilea are tioh-rsidntaiuf the Slate of Toniieiiscc. .It is. .therefore ,or.dcred thai - pnhllcntloit ho' miide for fpur consecutive wecki in the'tinewlwater KnterpHei a cwph-' per pulilished at S)iciiwmer,Moiiro9 eoanty Tenn., notifying said pourcitii eiit dercndauls to appear at the Cnnc'vrt Court to be' Iield at SInd ieonville, n the tirat Mwday In fA-eenfberWxt, and uik i.lpucte , tlie,', ohnp-gH .emtslned ia said bjU, or,tjio,saino wi)l b,e tuljou r onfeased and the cause' set for liearing'ex parte ail tu them. 'A truecopy oftheortlrV'r"' ''': ' Tout: -"' S: P. HAIK.C: Sell. I novlO-4t.pf-G' " f .1'. ' 1 1 ' .... '- ; '. Non-Resident Notice. Chancer Court at Madieonvillo.' '. Thomas Crbr4i vs. Ma'ry'Ann, Cun'iiluph'aV, ...... , Ul Ul, , : ': .11 .:.i;4 V, .i, tiVw Tf appears from'tbe Aiuend'ed fjil) jled In tliis X;oas) wblctt isirerorn to.'thirt itei'cndnnts', Ma ry, n, i.unDinciiani,! wtwoWi f UKIIxIrue.' ':un iiingham.doc'd,., Muiluu C.riiliiii;tii James !., Pavid, Minerva J., and.Miwcs Cunningham, .Mi lieu an. i neirs ni law or cam i laliiorne tun ningham arociliiens of tin State nf Tit i (,,! .that delcndaida. W A JlaitstiUud wit Margret Hartsell, fQrinei ly Ma,rgret Cunuingham.daugli.- ici oi me Bain iiuiuoi-ne.nrecllizeus ofthe Slate of Georgia, it it tjlerefere ohlered thirt- publW tionhe piade for foni accsive wueka.da lb' a .Sweetwater Euterpris, a inew'spaper ; published rin the towh orSweiitwiitcr, Monroe county ,Teiiii,, notifying riid'hbnWHident'delWi.rm'deiendr'nts appour.nt tbeaext-iterm dfithe'Clianeerv IViurtj Mo be hjilut MiidiaotiHrTuiisu, e4h,a., i: .rir Monday oj Uectmbtr ne$t, . ) nna maK ucionco lo the charges and nllcgationa in suid Amended Biil, r.tberfanie will be taken for confessed, and tint cause set Wr hearing x parte as to Meia. f A true wnpy ofithf order.; J f fiovlO'4t-'pf-(J'' ' , I t' .: 1 III !!. i;M VIHtl. J-.,.! ".ii.ii.ii : Ayer's Cathartic Pills, Perhaps no one me.lt. , cinei at so unlremally , rcmurcd by eveiy. . bmlr as a cataartio. nor wa vr suybe.:, iiv uuiversailji , suuiwti iumi use. 111 - Every country . ami momr all clauses, as this mild butelUcicnti Tjurorntive J'lll. Tim AtfSias' obtloua reason Is, thatltisainorerelia. ' fcctiial remedy Ukui any the. Xhose wlwtiayei tried it, liid that it cured thcmrthoscwlio have , not,kiioirthatitiiuresihclriielgliborsandn-iendsu aud all know that wtiat it duej nce-Hiloes al. i , ways that llvievWnilh throuirh any raiiHorner. "' (ileiitof iUcomiMMiyon. Wch.-ivolkouiHimUiuponl.' moiisandn orcortiiloatesofthelri-eraai-kablecurea " . 01 tho fotloivlajr eomnlnliiS.4...itb Sneh riirAu sh. ' knnuii in every nolfrliboibood, aixl we aced not , I viiliKsli tlirnii. . 'Adapted to nltaxes-and condltlbna " in aiicuuiaio.i: uoiiuuuibk ueiuicr calomel aoranr deh.crioiol driiff, thoy rhay bo taken with snrcty by anylmly. TlieirsnCTWatkia; preserves Uieia ever fresh, and mates ilieut iiloanaut to take, while Win;! purely vwi-tabli-.no barm can aiiae front ; their uimi in imy iiiaiilky .11 ll A Theyniierate by their powerful Influence on tha . Juluninl visi:ei'aton;rU the blood and stiniulate u nno neauny action remove uie obstruction , of the stomach, boweli, lives, and other urmais of me iiouy, resioriug uicir irregular action tu haalth, and by corm-tin;, wherevor Ui6y cxIAs, nch de raiiKeiuentf as are the Ibrst oririn of disease. ( Minnie illrcctinns nra given in the wrapiier, on the box, fur tho mUaaviag eomplaiuM, Which ths filli rapidly cure ; . j , . . For n,.irf.Mlu m Vi..li..lnM W.4MMJ ' ItlilM. J.tuuriAfr anil "tf A MtM.titA. kk..w should Im tukeii moilurntely to stboulate the stoint ,' ach,andro4U.itshealihyt0BaiidaoUdnj . i , 1 For J.ivrrC'umulMlnl and its various symn toms, ill How llailach, Hick paU sic he, Juuudlno or Urse HickiMias, JtiU i lous Colic and Unions rvm,tliey should be Judiciously taken lur cacti ease, to correct tli diseased action or remove Uie obstructions which eniito it. .... i. ... .; T.. ... For lransi , mild done is ffeaon lyaenteiry or niHrvhaea, bat one i ! Is freaoMilly required. i hcnmuiuas, owt, ravrl, TU m ot tlin Heart, Iuln laftbo For llbeumulUus, liltHllon of ! II ttlilw, Hack and ltla, they should be contin uously taken, a required, to change tbe diseased action of the system, with such change those complaints dlaaplioar. For Broiwy aud Dropsical Swellloar they should be taken in largo nnd frequent dose -, to produce the effect of a drasUo pnrgo. for Mapir-slna a large done should bi taken as it produce th desired effect by sym pathy. -. .- ,. As t Dinner PfH, take on or two 'MB to promote digestion and rcliove the stomach., . An owanlonal doso stimulntes the stomach and' ! bowels into healthy action, restores the appetite, . , and invigorates the system. Hence It is often ad vantageous where no aeriims derangement exist. . One who feels tolerably well, oBeu ilnds that a dose of these Villt makes him feel decidedly bet. . ler, JVoin their cleansing and renovating ffttpfi a the dlgestlv apparatus. Jr.J. C. A r.Jt A col, PrartUni ChemUU, ' LOWELL. MASS.i V, . Foraaloby ''" "' '; ' ,'" K..F. SCHUOG?. " Sweetwater, and by Draggiata and Deiilortgeucritlly; ' , , 'v f .ulvvnnn s. rirv.i! t.-' .ii! i ij. . oaiiruni ju., nnnxviu Wholesale1 Agents.'1 "; '' 1 HJ juo9 f -i,i ;.. I ' : .' !' I" .Hi ' i. ' ' '' Ymaatjtf UsStsIs s .UUlUniLA.sN.ri . ... lee 13 ' " ETerybod Wants It I .;' ; ii vm&j u sMuSutom pspen,' ui i : w Tpw.-OnljUfiOparjw , rnl(HtMM'tAraml V, mKTitmvv,it.Mis,i4 MADAME DEL ACU AMI'S AL03SE U A MOimiX GORGE ""i'nuuly ensconjej am'J lTie"wl"of onof the Middle Elates, lived Madam llelacbamps.nitny yrn) vn.nainowa urpleclur,aves.lsKh ipi iivf ip svix fieoi oeaifi ner (a iueiuti4 time of need, tier small,' moss-covered ca wrapped with the wild rose and honersurkl appcaTUTTlTJ rTTSnTli n.irth"anTTa!l by deeji, watrgv.uviiie.lhM led awy bauk,.to the nioaanrrJfM.p. '-'ii l"lk"r Here, snilDing the ambient air, wafted from nature's green sward eiiaging to th mountaia side, bathing her brow in earlv mora' genii de,vdrop, she lived solitary and alone foe many Inii"' yam. The ealaniimttt't1 unearthly mid. light yil, and the wolf adolaful howl, fsequtut. ly aroused bcr frutn. pbjajHynt, (udiiU lum bers. ' ,'. 1 . ' Now and then she Would (merge from hps un known horn and mingle with Ike inhabitant aj.iuml about lor. oaf or twamanthag at a time. She was eccentric in nr acts apd all viewed her as a living curiiwity. i . While frons hoaie,.ri'appreatly had hut on objett, od thai, waa t laliof of her alilic.! sex,. I'ndorabelton her left aide, could b seen an old fashioned dirk of Considerable s'u carried ftn- her wn proteotiea,' while (trapped across her shoulder iu wyadd a uriou4 jak nudCj from the , ( ; !!'. r ll )':!!: : '' 1 . '... . ! ' -. , .C. I -.1 . ! II . ' i ! -nil if -in tr , i : .. SMns of Rabita and Racoons . ; i n i.: .. .. -.1- , . lit li.llt ii ... . .. . i . .i s.i.i i 1; .;ii..-i i.i .. lr' i'i t 1 ,.'i-t ..!; ....';.: ; . ..i , ; i.. i i. Arrangarl If alternate stripe. . Till bag con tained some old parchment, curious relics, few lrgHt garhienta, and a suiafter stick containing a jtoarae powtc.asadi from certain; iols known puly lo hrlf, tUs secret ef which abe clung to a with the tonsf-ity of death,. She sallied forth from her' wild mountain home 10 act th Good Baniao-llna-wltlftlil. unknown vegetable powder whit h she claimed possessed a wosvled'nl powar ever nit l)ieae incident U the female se,Xj. She termed it "Wpoib phasic," with which she pro psed to eure all aneutsoh ano de mnpremenls of thatbrgsinad kindred auipialnt freebfcliargai With such singular magi did the relieve al who applied, tluit within a few yra her nam and'lomie bernme known. far and wide. Wnd hun dred ef suderinr, feaute.apf lied for VotUf ank rtlurned toillujiri home healthy, afit happy. Many were anxiove tu kuow.her great secret jind laTe'ldinaofracMby 'were'offereirir she would dirulps it ibushilbhoiily rMd.. I vlhurinc kcr solilart lit, ahe bteantf iatlnata with only one woinap' a uoled midwil inme nlllcsVistftnt, t0wH()ulslipromli!edt6 ( .ii I l.U.t I'll Hf1 ji. .fin u i i'l'i: I :.u ! B.iyq.Bf'rliERSECltE'.T, v ,,( -..nil CI , ,:' i I Ii A-'U.jh I.. f lit ,1 ,Y Itl.i i I 'i' I'- ,1 .1 III ' .1 l. ll ni..! Id Before 4virtr. Tn a few"' Wars. aJ tha skmhr aluuleai of .night tegAh,td clM around hef totter ina; frame, the imparted.. I his great crt to thia' frfend. .', fi ' V -'i ' 1 v.iii;:.; I' l l i. i..; i i.i., . . ..it i i-. l iiin.l ii.;i, i -.K i,:. h. Mi I r ,.. I ,,t ; !.. .' .t '..V. I.'-'.. ;. .ll ,. ... ; -. 1 She tan gained quite si reputation for .relieving the suffering of her sex, an I strange it may ap pear she scarcely ever failed to cure tbos old Amnio fctnnle complaints' that had resisted' all onliuwry-mode of treatment. . Many year age.! tl writer of this, while angaged ln th practice , of Medicine, by littla strategy, succeeded In procuring the sei;fet 6f thief wonderful vegetable ' reanlaiia-j wlilah Iwid neVor beoh knuvrp to tlie Medical l!MfMsiin, ,,, i ii' l ii , ! ., ', Ho gave it a fatr an(I Impartial, trial in Ihe j treotpieht of various forms ami stage of female eiiniplairttatvith each decl'leil atlsfartjnn, that In I860 he called public attention tovjjvirtuea' ''"jROSMBDtCd'biilRTjhtflCXtnKW. tttmblneil with other known vegetable Tonics''; harirui great power Dver the uterine argans; with tilack Knot to act upon the J.ivenannd Huwela. anil Soluble I I'rate ot iron tntAnrrTct tli ybioo.i 1 i. I...r. ..jl - I a. I .i -i he-.has fArme'd a wonderful combination for the mre of all Female Complaint, Considering it lhj : only Female iUulator kaown, aud now olfora this valuable eompouud to the afllicted female 1 rjttMll"',1,h riam0'' t -i. ., -, .. " ; .. ;. -i.s I ' t..t : m-:i .it.'. . . .- ENGLISH yivALE BITTERS, Hit nMH .if1 I.i '.r. il ;!.i!ii i i Th Medical Prnfessinn t U... lAnA . felt the necilofjiiKt such a medicine, consequent- ' ly It is not elranse that they Meagerlyprescrlba " aqirVKoihhiegdiAliea: Hitter to their, female paifnt. ynu ould tejth pile, of mllinir". approvals and encominma from pliysicinn and the public who have cured their wives, their' ' irt.-iujihter ifcd, their ft-iaad by the us of these llttius,npaickly,fenialwould.lieaiiteito use . ,tlicm. This Fiuinla Renulatur kr ndaptol for old, yAin.'mhrrll.d or single female's, who are mfTected-with aDNte er chronic for Wis or il'etrlne1 ' deMfijteuienta.. , They, cure peinfali, iupnieexed, Btanty, profuse qr irregular Honttruatipn, : Clo- , reus or Orecc. Slcknesa, Fluor Aljiga or Wh'ites, Hyiterlea,'Falllnir'of the Weob, Uleertirton and Irritability ofthe Womb, painin the-sid, back .-i '"'."inltlheadach, palpitaiionor 'nuterini of the Heart, hurried llrentVina). ewlraming of Ihe'.heiid-, cold feet tind hands, Inim'of nppetlr'e, indliestiiia, tnfpid liver.. Melanoholv. Nervm,.. I ,es8, Wakefulness, Uarrunnes, pfvysicol Praa- ' i r".i." .many. or these are relieved by the toe of only one bottle. ' ' . 1 Hi i.in I i l,..i l1, U li'i 'i i: I: I.i:-.! M'.'.ir. nil ,..; .-tit ",i .i , i ll , 1(1:1 l!.i 'I ,7 .l,,f.!lt III .-. I:i .'ll i ' .1 oVliiW . tllj i t II- ilviii 1 1 1-)' I . . . .. I . , .. .. I f Are thoroughly aroused and restored to a hJ;h ., aotionl by tM use of tlieee Bitters. ' ltaneriili.V .i .i . ... y r, ii i ii: Iron an VgiabW cmMrtloh7pInW'lf -far"" aueau ot n similar pepraiion kerora the pubv -lid lciiile8,.altereoulinemnt-.BJid aonvalea cents Irom any delulitatinr ompfainf, jrlio re- " , nialtt'Weak and feeble', witli litt e'or-no Bnitlii;'il are at once aroused and strenzthened bv their. t ..... A. ,...1L. .... . f..- " uue, A,ifnHify tpjiio foa taen, woman, and oliildreu, has no equal' .One tahlesnoonfu il, ,One tahlespoonful rontains more medical. pnlpeHies1 than bnebbttia f any of the common aad'phnsant ."drliite' al- cohol" bitters, to be fou nd all over the jountrv. . Id .1.. f...... .L- 1 . ' . miu-i) mi, in. ut. uiiii. no ujjyie.coaaruou, Deverf aires rthe da av they1 cifrtf-all diseiKj(', they wolf know ihey-are "pultina the. wimI" vp :i your eye, and iu(ih at your stupidity .h,bing.. ,, so easily huoihuared whenevertheartieleamiu-i,,, , of whisky. If you really defile a valuoble'lrbn '"" javid '.Veset'able Toale .for younelf and fanlily-' 1 lie bottle of H. g. ft. . will last toawer and' dn jnore good tliaja qna ifoaea of th onliuary "grog .; aliop" bitters, ns nrie tahrespooufiij in water ia inlticieui foF oi "whole family;'' As' '' '-' .. yt- : ...iiii in i ,-, t .1 lit .111! .;i;-t I, ..1 2 1' , ! I n .f:i .';l'0IJ.';.i -i.i ii ;.....' ; ! nun v.. I I, !' A FEMAtB; REGfaTOR i a i.-...l (' '. "I il I- .1 (.ii .. . . , i'i' i ' if.:-- ; i ;. .' i !! ' "V . : : ... . It bus an equal on U.iB continent, aoiln. fplly aud praniotly in all cases, where no orcsn lo lesion exists. . It ia just tlie mediciui. for Tounjrrirl; who have some Difficulty In retain ing th bloom on the cheeks, and hA .1. feel exactly right. For the mother al the ''change of life," it soothe and quiet until the critical period is past, as sweetly as sweetly a If enjoy- ni in iinrsini lira ins ol opal rav, rlittine through tha air of oriental clime, ft,. .,i;. cin is sold at the low price of l f,n per Bottle or tlx for ?S 00, and can bo had or all Drucfrht ..UMU.. .u.uujjuvut me countryi Ad drcs" : -1 . I . ' . ' .., , ; r: ,J, P, DKOMGQpLE ft C0r, Prop'.. , . i " ' !-'' : Memphis, T.'. "i i 'i i i .iiiii t.-'r u'i,; . . "tlil 1 ''I lll'. II -i .', t' . I ' ' . DItOMCOOLK 4 C0,'S B.UCHU. til I.iUI ,"; :.: .!., i: .vpi! I .'.., ' nd theipe, ciiatbliatioo for all f. , fectiutu of tb Kidney and Dlaibler vr offend ' i ,0 ,h Pu,b,lio1 l PJard by regular fhjili' cns and used by tha profession.. ' ', ' : .,. ' 1 Price tM W, six bottles fr 5. 8 ,14 by Dru gists and merchants evsrjrwhr. ' !' : ' '". J.P. DaOMOCOLK CO., . . I: i it t I ---I -.. .