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Swrrtwatrr.ThurMliTJfjritr; - V - I 1 1 TLo Late lUilroak t .. ror.V At ubout 9:30 Moiicl. ,J,,ti,.j;.u,-.i tlieiiio:.. awf.,1 wtllLiiiit Weft I.,, . ... , . , , .... , ... .t - tlio otrtwartl-bonna iiius-nr tram on J tho Niwlivillo ami Xortlnviviteru Hail voikil, rnjui(uivillo, Tciin., to Ilii'kmnti, Ky. From tlm Union niul tho turriblu (lisitT)f.lAVtlitV train wax troHHinw ,lri brifljtw ivrf 1 Harivlh 'Yivrr 1 1 ' niflpsr frorrr NhiiKvillp. AnJ" hint nflttf .. ,, jt.. 4 J J. . i ' ,. . - .;" . in uiKjidbbaiif! buik, ;tl remainder of tlirt trairt'WJiKtHflii. K0'tftfc9 ioarliesi, into tWrliAttorV iif; titflSs? Hie tniiii Ti'll n iliKlajiot; of t taL'iIie.o.ta-i in;; lijji fuut otjw.iUjr, b'lovy t tllp ,Ulii&4 Tlio l;uuW.,u;iLli null UioihUUjntf vmt jainiiiVi) lnlipiir)i ofher1 tfi vtlintC car ImiiMiiijf RTiitJw'iKfUiC wiv'coHtllfn in tlio vi:r 'u the, iijljeWu tli.it f'llluut'tl lk'jiirs tltiiiit i.oiit .Tho i i'i tatim ol tLfe liviD;ft tlie fraulio ulVolt.f fur lifiv tlm iomin of i ha Wcn'iMlfvlr'mitl lili'isliiiu'tovfim'?)? ttio i!(4il to lie resound fi'iui thu wiucso m.iyitly'full of liopc. iMid liftfj pv(jjnt(jil ii ti)il uui( aHii-koninn i, inn, tlie-likoof uliii.il kin sclitoui le MoHt or tlmkilloil must liiVvftTiooirliflM oit rilit,dv liae (lied ill- aVfow inlniitca after tlio cTash. i Tlie ir.op,i'tiuu of killixl' to . woumWl in moHt fchiiirkuMo&iiil iKproliulilj'rflht i r Hmi'i .hi nri"y 'i-'"ioii mniilar ilisaf-.tw, llrToW is ftlist of Ou'Lillcd (Ulcl wolindod. iiiiil uuMilliu; fw it is niuufricailv, it in 1 x'liyvud; t(j lie i ilioonipli(to soruo piw wiifjers iiHHCitin tliat otIi(i wcro on tlio ill-LiUxl train Ufme tlie tuvidont who li.ivo noTor Iipffli netrHlnee:"', Killnd -Cion. J. (1. Ilovulicrgor,' John Marshall, l'n., , Alcxandur AVviht, ( 'harks ('aii)fi)iill,'wifo:iuiV cluld Jno. K. Croi kott, t'iky C-JIowuiT, f W'm. (Irni'kett, Jlisu'-; H. 'Ettio Jones, M"in. Kiunm Ycarnaii, Mrs. F. Dnnn, Mr. Iivnch and Mr. rcndorgiiiKt -14. ' Wounded Thomas . , AVnin, W. AV. (llioo, MiS. H6ard, Ma Crutiilior, Mr. ISrotrii, V,'n. .'K. ' Yuatnian, V. Hiiile; Tlio.x' 31' Dimn, ' Jul). C'liinplu ll, 3Ir A'ilhoit(v J,. ir'.'Thoiuiisoii, W. AValki r, ttriibrothui'if luiiuodi'ngraii), S. S. l!rowu, liobui't Dnuiol,Misn Ckm Luikd mid Conductor Landia 1!). t-i; .. i Noiio of Uu'.wvuniTcil ilro injured su riously, witli tlio excoption of Mr. TIioh. M. Dunn, husband of Uio luincntod lady ivIioho niuua ii)peuru in tbo Lint of killed, vhoHft injnrioH "nro of an internal cliarno-ti.-r and will pniliaMy prove fafnl. Liku tin; shock of an electric battery this lenible nowa falls upoii tlie cars ;of tho friinds and rolaliu-a of thu uufortn nalu dead, among whom are embraced Hoini! of the proudest and ' host of our own State. Tho tongues of Hut noUo If.inibertr, and Uio giXUuI Mar.ihall are palsied in death. No move will our Son iito Chnniboi' rewmnd to tho lcnming of the one, or oiir Vnr 1m ckotrifiod bv the elo'juejicg of tlm other. Xo , more will the sword of triilh and .justice be dniivn by :tlio biie, or juries kanjj in bn athless silence ujiou the buniing li:ivl that fall frfTiii the. Hps of (ho other. Altluuigh cuuueckt bv no tics- of con sMiigiiinil.y with either, when two tiiieh noble Kpirild, 'two- such uieh ; of public wiul h and public renown pass away in tliiif tragic manner, it i:t given the Vhok Wale, lo uiouru. Sleep on bravo ,fionlij, iiud tlioiigirtliy inisHionn hjkYl been; ful lillml on oai th; li bright fcroVii id glory niruilH tlioito w;liTtthi,r at the '.river c!o'eby tM;lilrv!c:ofll.dw . "" w :iap:try,Slnff..i-ii; : " : Tlte Kuuille'; tlnpnielu of Tuesday.- liioriiin;, says; . ' y.l i ; , , , f..,r "The silly clni'-(i:ap;Mtuft" with which !!iioi:ratic editors mm lit to till theircol uiiins with rcferolicoto l'roMidentdi-ant'B nbinnre fi-oru 'Wjushington tliul, n ueon seliienee, his inaltoution to busines, iri simply coutoiuptible. . Tlio reports from tlm Troiwavy lJhiliMtuMjnt ish6w4hat it i w ell managed that tho tmblic debt is Itoiiifj steadily -reduced, while the en-1 era! prosperity of Uie country given-'the lie to such n charge. There js no' mieon why the 'President of' til United .Suites should not oc(vdt)iulJy:teJte h Rtfk ree reatiim ns-lli -vthor'en, provided he, iu so ijoiiig, wicritict no.!piiblio hl-teisst- PnwVut ttiaiHauiiobeeliary-' ed v ith tim-ln lA-Vi .v" tS-'t-.l "J4 We are imblia'ini 4 doinoeraUelJiiier shift" in A-jAyd to rieiufalirsalisoueo' iio.iijVisiuMgV ojii! jiffcTaaring tho rebellion,; wlion , tietu Hoo.1, v.-oyould nilUVhejJWiWd; !) nwiwj alii l'0 hravest of tlio bia'jbjnd tlio ,fficlitcst" the tinloj -Itlioii ut Jji'vi iHraiiobjiwe h liae (AijecticMstff ftiiltM'Ho Wfoxrk ui.l' so (loeS tho ChrMncft; K have bj stay vay, fy$ ttipaM feWmc nft(y,thok:tioniu JIoii.'uteHSly At ' . .. .'joaJiiiJu.i jv ;muingiou 4iifwtl-or July lltli "A daub1f(diy MStnlAr'netiXied varf iTiuuJtdrfl nnlliA fnnfn Jt. a 19. luv.. JJttflwM-lSnrfft'tiJi.'v'difr ' si "mi. iii.io ai. iul'ih -uniL two in in i hb He- wlinj)e.ihr utt It iM tituo'lr'l ppKi'M' is like ene'whrf wesru-uMhing'biit fringe , uJ QutviiutliSug'rUufiftiuestii n it..:ii! so Iwrd withiiirt'JsvliSri f)ii"t!re,4(lii!ej; "V.I''JW'P'UW riHliW(i.ilj;iW- wp sen fvreed .to; w'tr'on - m-VHft- UlJ m ot,wQrkicre(tJ, 6ve mi M iVW,lTWWM.W W city ..There .'wo niado auotli uni up. j'ti -i. (linn : j :, ' ! iVt it tv 1 .. .': .n I 1:.-.' r.i Tb? A. V KinroatT.-"" 1 1. 1 i.riiiniion a r"i 'in 04 tliiu n-aJ Ik .the h attiiiKt'iL Tuuifs, l Oua il.iv that miv- HT1?., .suliiuHfi os,-fo tlil ability tf", F.' of Mr, 8tafiUii,'thiOeni ...... i c.,.w"...r..i 1....4 :v .i... ..... tJIIf'.:llhC'lltl.-lt. HI 1111) till U1U I'lll' aiye of tlietximl, nnd swurv tlio resr- , . , . . . ular mnni' of tho trains on aclitilulu time, und thu in it it cornea out in a string of idiotic invictivcH ugainst the uotk-MHit i-whfnn it repotird tfr itinrh conliddiico but Uio diy before. -Froni Wluit vvu ciui gather, (from mnircea otlier thuM tin.'. Times,, nnd, doubtleKi, more U'lialiw.) w think tiiu ciikS stnmm ubont this: Mr. Stmilon, without Uio eordi; il reliabh,) we think tliu cnsS tjtands abont cti-opcKitiou he hIkmiU huvo received, built and equipped this road, secured a l eiiiniioMtivc contract for conveying over It thu Unit ml Status Mails, uud, ut tlie l:j.sl luoiuelit, when bileeuKS had just bo guu to crown his heiitulenu elfort, he fqund himself tmiiineried by the ill ad- jisud modi! of procediiru of a class of; creditors of the road. . Of course, iu the progress uud eoiiHilmlnation of ho gi gnutic an i ntt rprisc, tho road waKiicc.es yiirily eoinpelkd to incur .liabilities. Did; contrary to all public expctatiin and 'with suicidal jxilief, : koine of ils (tivditurs sued out tin attachment on its rolhug stock, and, until ipiitu recently, had it locked up by the strong unit of the law.,' Likn Ihu indomitable and pul'lic benefactor that he in, M,r. Stanton never ccasud hie eftorts until he hud agaiii recovered entire management, nnd placed his road iu condition to earn the uoccHsury not profits to pay off its more pressing indebtedness. Up to this time, tho Chattanooga Times had given to Mr. Stanton its most uiupialilied endorsement. Suddenly, it turns square around nnd denounces that geiitkmnn. And its reason for so doing, as plainly intimated, was the refusal of thlu- Superintendent t() grant tho editor of that sheet, n private interview. Prob ably, the reason of that' refusal ' lay in that Mr. Stiuitou knew the editor to have been at 0110 time 1111 olllcer in a negro regiment; to havo been at ono time the oracle of tho Union League tit Chatta lioogu; to havo been at one time- 11 bla tant Radical and now to be, ostensibly, the organ of Democracy. Probably, too, ho saw then, what all seo now that the Chattanooga Daily Times is thought to bo turning over to. the Kndicul party again, nn fast os possible. He- recog nized, without doubt, the fact that the Times' editor, along with other hypocrit k'al pretonders from the wooden nutmeg region; wns destined to very soon " play out," nn J, therefore did not wish to dig- uify him with a hearing. . ' , -- No Maine Attached. AVo learn from our Nashville exchanged that no blame attaches to tho othcers of the Xashvillo and Northwestern Itail roml, in connection with thu late terrible tragedy enacted thereon. Although the timbers supporting the bridge which fell through, carrying death to so many souls 11 ud desolation to so many hearts, wqre, when minutely dissected, found to bo, rotten iu the centre, fur four or five inches 011 the imtsido, as wan ascertain ed by boring with an auger, they wore perfectly Round. The timbers were of a eertaiu kind of pine wood, brought from Ohiov tho average staunchness of which was ten years. This bridge had only been built seven yearn, and was not con sidered, by railroad iuoii as in . tho least dajiigovoua for throe years to como. One of the most practical bridge men of the Stiife had but a few days -before made a thorough examination of all the bridges oij fhis rine, and reported tbia identical olio (No. 7.) a.'i the bes aud.safest along t.lii)ronlso. secure did it Bceiu.to all outward appearances. .. . j '. : 1 . . ' ' ; ; . On a Kiiid. 1. AVe don't know vvbo t licr it was a "raid" er HMinetliiii" clso. AVe supiiono, tlmu"li. it Vriis. "iioiiictluiig else." When an edi tor poos on a tour, especially uno who u fmblisliing the ubeit paper, tlio world ev er saw," it is cxpeetcd tlmt lio will uiukq a nol4' of his tr.ivoN. AVo left liuro on TilOdday the 1th diiy of. Julj-, in cuinpa uy with a joung friend, for St. Jusepli, Mo,'" Hut, oivoiir arrival at Nashville, we licavd (if the accident on the Northwest ern rosd, leading from Nashville to Hick man, Ky. Consequently; wo declined the felicitation of ear young friend to take pnjKiigo u tlmt road, having been ; noti-UeU-' previously that if we went 011 the kind. 'iro bad .better toVe a policy iu tlio iblviCld-. Lil'o IiifUPaiicovCoiii)nny nnd irifko 4ur will befora loafing. . Upon this i'lihiimieimeiit, we.L'ot genredi and "diin- leliided to ruinain iu Niishvillc, as wo had. noKer beforo visitoj that nlace: exoenk of the fighters, follow TIiomur, . or the Jjedoral army, from I'loiencoj .Ala. ,.(ought sill tho way, at cyery ctniid y tlut aruiy. Jrankliif waR tlie imifit tie."peralo stand tjiey iuado.' !)Ve forced them', after pac-'i-jfitilrig tliii most pf our best gcucraf., and la'rfeo" nnilibef' pr' th best men tkat ever sliiiuM'cil'eil h muskrt. to rctfeat -to their tt.wngho1dif m'afrd around tho 'Cirpftal 6(f bur'SfAtpr -We 'iiiirved 'oh1, 'Expecting thd "grtftt fighter, who had Bghtmgiuen rit dor hia coinifliind. to niAvk tiuht on iiiKn mhf bit r.,:t'Uirf!fiii!itmid :'t ihfcuiwa jay A : 3t r i i .. . .'r. J iniaior uneeu onKixieeti aays 111 I'dcaai. hfraii4 wliou,the'iiiain bnttla for the' 3 1 e . f 1 ' I ' pei)$ion.ii(;iiurieilal enaia nij (WUich 'Wils on U'o . l.tU dayref .iDe8inbe.-1804. Ut we m;iiUko.'iM)(,); )h Federal mdo ihe t hack to les er r, did fbrc3',1r'Bif.'(' Iieavy'tiiat "we 'Wore coiri- one which' r4s'to4';ltt'tLb,'.aowhfaU' of j Ufii'iiifa.loracy;1 f" "' "''' -j '''V WlyMi.i.kirlhft'allttsfoh'tbA.how to Ino giii-d people of Na?h vi ll i fin t' w Were I tryiiic.t(.rwiie them freui tho " hands of tile I'uderahi. i "4 - I 1 AVi "rc liiuiiiej in the eily for two dayn, visiting many place and seeing night ;euf4eycd liad vnr tcfora beheld, (lur pai;J iri 1 1 bet nJmit of a description of theai all, if we iere tajmble of making it. a only mention one. pr two places.. Ttift lirnl day while, thera a visileil the miUi-of tl. Hock City I'iper Mill Co., situated soma two miles in the suburb.') of tbeeity. Mr. White, tBtf the Mans, gors of the Uompany, and Mr. Clurk, for mcrlyof the, Whig and ltoaistei, at ICuox ville, aettmuiiid us. W 9, hayer, befpra witnoiicd tho procers of paper inn king. W awak-UimagU tha iuilUfruut tha au. trance to.thq .outgoing; or, .in other words, from tho jiima tg'. the lighting place, and saw the paper ttrt in the m cliin'o li)'riA and 04ib out iu, .at teauti. iiir, groa7VTjTf,'iitf aert frw-a,u.ut ' llieu, tbo next day, ve vnutod the Pen. itcnt iary. Thera- are a great many poo plo who have went to Nashvilla oil pur pose to visit the prison ; eouseipieiitly, ull, er nearly all, kuuwing all about it, it would bo useless for us to try and give a description of it. But we want this un derstood wo never expect to learn a tradooficrve a term in such a pUcu, Hut f " thought we were competent to the ta.ik, wo would give a full and com pleto description of all we suw'iu tho jiriwui, . . , Wc left Nashville Thursday night and arrived at Didton Friday moruing, vthoro wo remained during the day and it w is tlm hnltcst onfl we havo ever felt visited tlio Cilizuii office add found its editor and publisher, Mr. Whitman, on hand, who extended us all the courtesy due. Wo went to Atlanta Friday night, saw exactly what wo wanted to see, and re tarnod homo on the (looker train, Satur day night, leaving Atlanta at 2. 411 p. m. nnd arriving here at a foil minutes after li tho night following. . lli us eaded our trip, pud we are ogam at our post, and hope to( remain until we get good ready to leave again. Washington. , AVasih.noton, July 8. Tho Commis sioner of Patents in a conversation to day, stated that tho Kullo patent for the uiauufacturu of utuel was oxtended in accordance with tho terms of the law, which says that after hearing the argu ment and evidence, it shall appear to tho satisfaction of the Commissioner that the patentee without neglect or faitlt, has failed to obtain from use and sale of his invention a reasonable remuneration for time, ingenuity mid expense bestow ed upon it ami introduction of it into use, the term of the patent shall, bo ex tended. ; This evening the Marshal of this Dis trict received the pardon granted in the easo of C. C. IJowen, which is dated July 1, and reads as follows: I t;-8.-ei! S. (irnnt, PrwMi-nt f the United ftntf 'Jo nil whom It imi.v concern, these iircneule shall tome UiTctinn : AVukueas, Ou the l!)th day of J.iuo, 1371, in the Supreme Court, District of Columbia, holding a criminal term, one C. C. JJowen was convicted of bigamy and sentenced to be imprisoned for two years aud pay 250 lino; and AViiKiu-.As, it is represented that ho was innocent of any violation of law; that he acted iu good faith, believing his former wife to bo dead, und it appears that ho rendered good services to tho cause of tho Union during tho rebellion and since ils termination, and has endeavored to lead an honest and upright life, and for these reasons eleven of tho jurors who found thu verdict against him, and many other citizens of highest considerations and weight, urge his pardon, and tho United States Attorney Fisher would bo gvatilied by the exercise of the Executive clemency. ' . Now, therefore ho it known that I, U. S. Grant, President of the United States of America, in consideration of the pro mises and divers other good nnd sufli eient reasons, we, thereunto moving, do hereby grant to said C. C. Powell full and unconditional pardon. ' Signed U.S. Giant.: .', By tho President ' ' J. BAScnorr Davis, Assistant Secretary of State. Tho Marshal immediately wrote the release, and Mr. Boweu walked out of jail in company with Mrs. Pettigrew KiS- ' ' The Civil Service Commission to-dny resumed the discussion of ojien competitive- examinations, A valuable commu nication yas received from Hctz, Consul lieneral of the Swiss Conferation, rela tive to civil service in Switzerland. A courteous offer was also received from George K. Brown for the use of valuable documents on civil service., 1 Commissioner ricasonton has had bo foro him the question respecting the liidiilities of the Lake Shore and Mich igan Itailroad Company to an assess-' ment which has recently Ticeu made, with interest on coupons falling due within the last five months of 1870 and the first live months of 1871, aud to a further assessment made on dividends for tho same period.. Concerning this the Attorney of the road made applica tion to the Secretary of the Treasury for a remission of said taxes, amounting to $122.o"21, and request iB mado to the Commissioner that collection of revenue be stayed until the question of liability him been decided upon said appeal and application lor remission. , 'Iu view of special instructions of tho - Secretary of tho Treasury previously issued, thb Com missioner'of Internal Revenue does not deem it proper to grant thb. request. Instructions of the Socretury referred to wero issHod.May 1(5 last, and coneerucd the tax on interest, dividends and sala ries. Judge IL'B. CaqKnitor, of Charleston, South Carolina, was nearly live hours beforo tho. Kuklux Committee to-day. He testified that there had been Kuklux outrages in portions of South Carolina: Those did not result from hostility to tho Federal Government, but! Wore ' tluj natural outbreaks of mcu vwho had uo redress through tho forms and aduiinis tration of tho' law.'" Tho Kuklux Verc' 'men of High -respectability nnd not Wei'i' of low ebaractoV,. . Ho did not, howerer, 1 ividorse tho organisation. The condition of things. genendly, in, bad. A. tax.' of four millions of dollars has ,bceu, levied me the year ami if this should be col lected ib wtinld bankrupt' oiie-third 1 of the'Stata ; ; I ';: -.-.! ..'I , . ' ' New York, .July 8. A special from AVashingtou states that Senator Schurz has written p, letter to a gentleman . in AVasuington in which lib strongly ex presses himself ". iii 1 favor of Charles Fraucw ;AdautR,i of : Maaaachusetts, : for AMca-presidout of the Uuitcd States iu 1872. ': National Lauki. coutinue to hold, fi,ve- twcjiliesiiud other six per cent bonds, and it has Ix cn discovered at thoTreas ury Department that oii"oftlies4 bunlrt have advised their, dr;x.sitora, w jio qrc holdew'of sis per ceuts., to keep them. Though thco Naliimal bnfiks are the creation of tlio liOveruiuent It is from them that tho iinJst scrioiw impediiueiits to tljQ. success of tho new loan have beeu met with. A AVashingtun special sajB it is now known herb, iiptu sciai-ollitial authority, that the-Cohimhsdoner of fntfhlinl ' Kcv- ouue, General Ploasdnton, las resigned his office on account of a misunderstand ing between him nllli Secretary Bout well. As soon as the withdrawal was handed in it was accepted by the Presi- nud liuii. C. A. Arthur, of New- York, was shortly after tendered the po sition. Ho expressed his inability to serve, however, and it became necessary to make another selection. No me has vii 1mii.ii (Iiiil.... l...... .1. - 11... il i n , " , f v,m,v vwiuiuiMiuuu wuiiijiiiMiiui uu appointed. ' . I OOr JilUUi .IllU-llll-'I lie SailliOst Do- I For FpT BnJ Asilf. Tntanniltei.t. Biliousness, lllCstlC I I'llgedy oftllO Aw-A Child ; snl all ilisnnlcra aiinsfioni iiwlaiioiis cnies. 'I'urttllM'd to Death by Ull IllhuilUUl , Tue.r nio lii:,'lily' reeoninicmlrJ ns nu Anti 1) Fllther. ietie, mut In cnseii nf iniltestinn are Invn'.un- " . ' , . . Ile. As nn n pet ier 11 nil rem permit, snl in , fl. . r.iscn ol')ii'lier:il lloliili.y, tlicy Ii;iy litlcr, ill A Chicago dispatch says that tho tes- Hinle iuslnnee, failoj in prwliieiiui tin most timony given U-foru tho Coroner's jurv ' !nL''y rssults. They arc raiiieu!:uly 011 Sunday, thoHdof Julv, at Onaga, 111'-I ' UHNEl'ICIAL TO FEMALES, inojs, by Mrs M0iiliv aud her dlillghtejf -ttrcntliri.iug tho W!y, iiivigoratins the uiiml, sariiii, iu tuc case or .Martin Sleara, nu. 1 , .. . , 11 iler exammution for whipping and oilier-, wise torturing his siin to death, shows the crime (if Me.-uvi hi lm rinn if tlin 1,1 lit I tiendish and revolting in tho history oflt the State. Mary Meant, wife of the man and mother of the dead boy, testified as follows: "My husband whipped Martiu two weeks ago Tuesday night. My babe was bovn on that day and I did not see tho whipping; it was dono in another room. I heard the blows and heard tho child beg for mercy. Tho child then went to bed. About ten o'clock, next morning, the child cnnio into my bed room, followed by his father, who was then whipping him. Ho whipped him very hard with a black snake horsewhip. The child dodged around the room, so as to avoid thu blows and bcf";ing for morey. Tlio clnlil was completely nuked, his father having compelled him to strip himself. His face was swollen from the whipping ho had received tho liijrht bo- foro. His father whiiiiied him very hard for ten or fifteen nriuutes. At last ho stopped and told the cliild to put on his shirt. Ho made an effort to do so and failed. His father repeated tho order, when Martin said, "I can't seo it; I can't see it; I can't see it !" "You can't see it !" responded tho father. "No f;ithef I can't," and fell dying to the iloor. The fiend then rubbed thu boy with spirits, and forced some down his throat. The child raisod his little hands, moved his lips aud expired. Meant then- took the body aud put it under the bed where the sick mother was lying, and it remained thero until evening, when he buried it. It is stated that Sarah Meara, daughter of tho mnrderer, nged fourteen years, testified that her father often whipped hitu very severely with the horsewhip. "On Tuesday, two weeks ago," said she, "ho brought brother in nnd said he had not worked, and whipped him and knock ed him down twice. Father continued to whip him, and said- ho would whip him until ho could not stand up. He would whip tho life out of bim. Two or three times he would say this, and broth er would plead with father, saying, 'fath er don't whip nio any more oh, don't whip mo any more !' He was a good boy, and when brother went to lied about ten o'clock, he said ho. did "not know why father whipped him so. Ho never told storiea only when father made him. Father would say that if he didn't own that he did so-nnd so he would whip him, aud to avoid it he would own - to things that ho never did. On . AVedneH day I got up and got breakfast ready. Father toafi when' breakfast waa ready. Brother got up, but felt so badly that he again weut to bed. Father mado him get up: and go out and feed the stock, and when ho came back father whipped him and sent lum to tho Ik-Id. Ho then went for him and brought' liim in nnd made him take off his clothes and then whipped him. He then picked him up and laid him Oil the Stoyoi Tlie stove was hot enough to heat an iron. I was baking biscuit; father put him on the stove twice brother .pkatliiig all the while, "Father, don't burn me ! father, don't burn me ! 11' He screeched very lend, und the skin stuck to the stove. It studied so I opened the door and father immediately shut if. ' AVTiile brother Was pleading father said he would burn him until he vorkwJ. I have seen father strike mother with bin fist many tiirieg. Ho knocked brother down several times with the horse-whip. I never saw my brother after' he weut ' into mother's room." ' " ' " - . Letter from T, W. llurgo. Madisonvili.e, Tf.nn., July 5th, 1871. f Editor Smi-tiralrr Kntirjirine: Dbar Sih : I iioiwwhat one Jessc F. Owou comes oat in your issue of Juno 29 with a very remarkable ebullition of lovo and affection for what he olaiioa to - have dune as a legislator; aud therein alludes to mo very unkindly, . . Now, as o Jesse, I beg leave to say that should he, to -niy knowlodgrt, be iu (In tiger. of pecuniary W, , I should warn hini of it. , Should he . he ; in. danger,, of rfcith or great biiddy hm-mas' thd -hands of any ,, one, and the fact caiuo; to my knokdgn, I would hasten , to inform him thereof. Should I ho present, and an at tempt should be made upon his life, I would aid him against such attack at tho risk of my own aafety. '- -) lin t, y ot, Je&se .certainly , cannot, e apcot that I will let myself down so far ;aa. to reply in tho puhlio prints to any of his puerile missives. And if ho does so sup pose it is his own fault and ooneoit, for I hav&jiie notliing'telceuraga hunme uciievo.. m ni WD kfirw0.ss, prnsi-r"y bim nn thn lit. Jinn 00 IU0 lit - jil i mi, urercrorc, IU lively lcfuso to eauounter erary aroua. .... Ynhrs. .to'. .l l' ,.. vi,lI. Y . AIL AVUXi. if. - np irTt-iici The Teeeipta of the American liiptist IJomb Missidhhry Snoioty for the' vcar just ejuaecl.wore ?3iT3Vt)ie,6umbor of uiis 8ioaariefceHpl..yd3(U aud (ho Churchcs orgaiiiiod 90; i.:?i r .'' '" "' .1- i V II i-r n. l.r- .1,. i i Sbvou hundred uud eie-htv-se'ren hotra- hcadsof tobacco "hmvo; been 'shipped frum ,'ll"'Hf " cotinty auice the.' first of J.iuiuryhuit,, M; .,- t!r Subscribe fut the EJsiehprise. NEW THIS AYLF.K KR EXB0nrKD snJ piescril.ea by more K'aJing I'liy.slcians Uiai tiuy utlicr Touic uow la use. Tlie'y are a - SIRH P11EVEXT1VK """ -8'i ' 5 i , Item. Tho HOMfi U1TTMH are eemnnnnrlcd wll!l ,0 p.ntmt tnre, nlvl no ,ollio tin 3 ever livloro beve olti rnl to the puMie so te:inni in 1110 i:ikiu nni ni 1117 puinc iiiiiDcuur l'liiirninriclt. It costs bat little te giro them n fair trial, liid . . 1 : . Every Family Should Have a Bottle. No rrr7rtinn in the worM ean proilr.ee so liiiiny niiipinlitieil enilorneiiientu hy phrsicliins of the vsry bijlirlt Hmnlln in (heir nIVsiin( Kiiilurscil slo by tlio .ctergy aiv tiio K-ailin;; (tenoiiiiiiatiiinnt papers.' . Umteii St.ti:s Maiiivk Hospital, 1 Bt. bniis, Mo., Oi-tobcr 8, 1S70. J Jmncs A. Jnckiion & Co, (leiitleaien : As yon hare roiilinnnicuted to the mcilicil profes ainn the recipe of Hit ''limns Uittcrs," it cnu not, thcrcrme, be conshlerotl a pttlcut incliiine, no patent liuvinj; bci-n arthurn Tor it. We have eniiiiiiel tin; I'uriiiiihr fur mnkin; the "Home Hitlers," and unhesitntinlv cay tlio combius- i tin is one ol rare etculU'iice, all the nrtklus fare the host t tne cin.-.s to wim-n tuey ueionjt, Sn j preparing them ia strictly iii accoiifonce with ' tho rules of ph.vmscy. Waving imt-i them, ncca ils cfTcets iu our private praitice, we take plea sure in recoiuinemlin them to all pcraons ilcsi rmw of tnkiii ilittera, as bein tlie best Tonic ti if I Stimulant now oll'eivil to the public. FHA.Mv 0. l'OUTKH, Trof. Obstetrics and Diseases of Women, Collejjo of l'liviiiciuiiH, nntl late memlier Board of Health. ' 'I . 1. 0. n. BOISMXIF.RK, I'rrif. f Olwteti ics aud Dinousos of . Wouimi, (St. Louis .McilU'iil I'ollce. III! A K K Mc DOWFXL, M. D., bate rrenidcnt Mienouri Meilical College. K. A. CLAKK, M. D., Prof. Surgery Mo. Mc'lical t'olbv-'e, ami late Ito sident l'hysiuiaa City lluFpilnl, St. Loimh Mo. ; - - " H Kltr.KIlT f'RIMSl,. . Prof. Practical Phiirmnei Si. Lunik CoUcgc.of rharmacv. " I J. (?. WHIT Kill LI., Ed. Mcl. Anbivos. Alfred llcacock, M. D. Dr. C. V. F. Lndwig. C.iUericke, M. D. H. (1. Mows, M. D. C. A. Ware, M. D. AV. A. Wilcox, M. D. K. C.FltA.NKLl.V, M.II., rVof. Purcrv llumirjathie Medical College. T. .1. Vast I lie', M. D. T. ti. COMSTllt'K, M. D., I'luf. of Midwifery and liK0:rxes of Women, College ol iloauiejiiitliic l'liysieians aud Sur geons. JollXT. TrMI'I.E,M. I)., Prof. Materia Me lira and Therai pe itic, lloaui patliicMo'ikiil t.'nllese of Missouri. J. O, CONZLKMAV. M. n.; Lcrtuicron Mi-ciMi-a of thildien, 1 1- iim'j nthic College uf Missouri. CIIAItU'.S VASTIXR, M.D., Tref. of l'hyidiilojiy, lloma palhiu Medical Col lege Of .Mi.-MlUl i. J;' i JolIX H.VIST.M AN", i. n., 1 Prof. Clinical Midi, inc, College Huuiu-ialliie Vh.VMciiin uud Siii'jjeims. ,- - They are siierior to nil ollirr Ptninncli Hit ters. Kiiuo Sunders, Aunlytital (JlieniisJ. No liiiters iu Ihe moild-cau cscci-tlieiu. Si mon I limed, Analytical Chemi.V - -Ktiiitient 4'hysieiaits of-Chicago. The formula for tho Homo Hitters has been submitted to of, and we believe tbcin te bo tho best tonic and Dlimiilniit lor general ii.se now of fered to the public II. Woodbury, M. n ; fi. A. Mariner, Analylyesl CheBiiit j Ja. V. 'f lilau ey,M.n.; l'rof. of tbctuiilry l!mh "Medical College ; II. S. 11tlni, M. l. ; K. MaVleai',M. a. , .Noi-man 8. Itnnic-!, . ; J- B. Walker, nr. n.; T. S. Iloyue, M. n. ; it. Lu Ham, m. ii. ;. Tlioyias T. Kllis, M. n. v-Jns. A. CoUinn, M. n, f J. A. llalin. M. I). ; .. Kuiiuent I'hysicians in Cincinnati. Nearly alt of whom ore Professors in ono or the . oilier of tlie Medical L'ollrges. No other Ciltei s have ever been offered to tho public embracing no many v iluablo remedial agents. J. L. Nattier, M . I).; C. T. Siiuiwon, M. li.; C. S. Miiecrul't, M. n..j W. T. Talliat'erro, M. a. ; J. II. Hm kser, m. n. 0. A. Dohcrty, st.' u.'; C. B. Wuedivard, m,i.; D. W, .McCarthy, m. it.; li. IJ. Johnson, m. ii.; L. A. James, M.n.; 8. P. Bonnei',' ji.'n. ; (i. W. Higlcr, ji. n, ; J. J. Qui nil . M.n.; W. K. Woodward, m, n. K. S. Wayne, Chemist j (i. K. Taylor, m. n. ; 1'. F. Matey, M. n. ; S. 1!. Tomlinson, m. 1). Kaiitieat l'bysiciaiis.io Memphis.. , Tbo Homo Hitters nro an Invaluable remedy for indigestion and diseases arising from mala rial caures. 0. II. Thornton, u. n., in charge City Hospital ; Aleir. F.rtikine, M, n. ; M. It. Ko gers, M. li. ; J. M. Rogers, JI. n. ; Paul Otcy, ji. a.; M. A. Edmunds, x. l. ; JI. W. Purneil, M. D. ; Sanford llcll, M, u. ; Jos. K. Lynch, si. n, Fminent Physicians in l'ittsburgh, ' R.F. Duke, m. n.; W. It. Childs, m. i.; 0. Wuth, CbcmistT Wm. Clowes, m. d. ; D. II. Wil lard, si. ii. ; J. 11. MvClellaud, si. D. And Hundreds of Others In all parts of the North, West and South. ' J. E. Gainer, M, i., Milwaukie, Couxcit Hl.cus, Murcli 37, 1871. James A. Jackson & Co, Having ixnniiied the lormulii of the " Home .Stomach liltiers," I havo prescribcil them in my practice for somo time, und pronounce them the best Tonic Hitters now in use. P. II. McMAIION, . n. C7 Fox sale by all flrticgists aud grocers. JAMKS A. JACKSON CO., Pros, Laboratory 105 and 107 N. Second at. St. Louis, Mo. jy!3-ly Admiliistratdr'ik Notioe' i'i ALL Persons indebted to the estate of An drew W. Torbert, deceased, are hereby nol i ficl to come forward and make payment, without delay ; and those having claims against, said estate will present tha same, regally au thenticated, within the time proscribed by law, or tbty will bo forever barred.' " " ' jyl3-4tpf4 8. 1', HALE, Adm'r. XI IE DA TTLE I IOU8E. NASHVILLE, TEXNKSSEE. T HAVE Leased tho Hotel lately known as the JL Storey lloufct n,ul fr'H bMforlli wmfluct fi on the most approved style. " - " i"'"oagu oi uie puimc gener.Miy, ana or 01,1 frle,"l parrietibiriy, who liiivb stfio.1 by 1,10 80 ,r"' ,f,e P""' respectfully solicited. I , pronli80 t,enl a cor.lia reoeution and a com- foitabla lwiue at lie ljittle Umiso.? i i i it' m. taw . J .4 i 1 . It will tio seen from ihe nbore that I liars leased the Htaeey House to General llattle. In rctiiiug fronuthe position which I have occupied for seTral'yeasin this 'ity, I desire to tcrtder my thanks and kind wishes to old friends, and to earnestly entreat a continuation of their pat-: lounge to niy successor, as one who will mako their stay with hi in comfortable in every vc spect. jyl3-tf J. K. STACKY. 7ttti . i t i i Hiwasseo College. flMIE 22d Annual Session Will begin on the 1st 1 Monday in August. Uoanl, 2.r)0 per week. Tuition, fto per suuuai, F. M. 1 1 HACK, ji'ti-'t , l'residcut. ,aiw mmm m mm v .1 v i u l " "'. i t . f- v T lib attention of buyers is respectfully called to my large nnd va ried stock of Spring1 'and Summer Goods, jt received from the Northern cities,' which will be found to embrace almost every article culled for in this section. Thcv arc offered at as 1 A . , -i i v , It Low ''Figures for :CasIi,' ; as any one can sell the s;tme p;oods oftorcd to those who have suleublc No 1 , Enterprise Block. April an, 19Tl.-22tf ' i PERFECTION I THE S d r a o- u c Mower.. (tt-PRICE ONLY $100. -ca V.H..IJ.U9I, una hl-.iv luuvuine in.iu Djarkot. jitaouierpointa ot eicellenoa ara Strength, Simplicity, Lightness of Draught, Easy of Management, Pnrability.? - Tt is the least liable to get nut of order of nnv machine iu the market. Call ami examius the "SI'HAtiUEMOWEU" before purchasing any other Machine, Or yoa will always regret it. If you cannot call, send fof a circular. . ,; . . WE AIS0 "AVE , . . ' ' Rus sell & Co's Celebrated Threshers, llenpers and Mowers, , .'. v : i i asp ms ' Bucyrus Improved Buckeye Mower and Reaper, "Whittman's Threshers, Titt's Threshers, THiv 11T.AXCIIAI1D CnURN, DISMUKE'3 SEKD GATUERKH, HOUSE HAY RAKEtf, CUIriVATORS, LARKEU'S OIIAIX MEASURE for Threshers. Choice and Improved 'Field ttnd Grass Seeds, Mammoth Dent ,Corn, and Alsike Clover. , j . Orders for PRIZE POULTRY and BLOODED STOCK Solicited. SOLE DEPOT FOil EAST TJiN'NESEE. April 2),lN71.-22-tf. LEGAL ENTERPRISE. 8 1 odTo o o. ' GIFT FESTIVAL A T Omaha, Neliraskn, September 20th, 1871. 1 AID OF A 'PTJBLIO LIBRARY ! AT OMAHA, NEBRASKA. . ,. s Only 00,000 Tickets in sll. Ticliet Two Dollm-w Euo1j II A l.VlvS O.N K lll.ll.LAK KAChV C7 I bis enterprise will be conducted in a precisely imilar maimer, to llmt of, Ihe Int. UramlOift Concert of the "Mercantile Library Association," of .Sail Francisco, which gave such UNIVKRSA I. SaTISFAI'TIoX. Ono Ohanco ia Every Thirty-Eischt. 1 Cash ft in ' ' 1 ' ' . ' a.uiiil 1 Cash (.lit 1."., 1 Casll (iiit f , , 10,011:1 1 I Uash (iilt ' ',' 1 ' - Li i: - O.DOii: I t.'ash (lilt .'l.illlil I Cash (lift 1 Casll Utft f. ... " , l.iKII) 1 Cash Oilt ' ' ' 1,0(1(1 1 ('ash Gift 1,11111) 1 Cash (iift 1,000 I Cash (lift ; ' , ". .1,01)1) 1 Cash (lift a j j uo,) 1 Cash (lilt 1,11111) I Cash tiift , . . T, , 1,001) I Cash (lilt '-!' ' -1 - l,i)0rt 1 Casll ftift l.liill) I." Cash (lifts, WHO each, , 7,.i()0 10 Cash Gifts, ftMiO ench ' ' ' ' '2,500 20 Cash (lifts, 8100 each, 2,0110 5H Cash (lilts, $ CO each, , 2,000 100 Cash Gifts, $ SO each, ' , '3,000 lot) Cash (lilts, i 2 j each, -:' 2..W0 10110 Cash (lilts, 10 each, ' 10,000 1000 Cash Gilts, $ fl each,'' - ; ; -'3,01)0 2:il() Gifts, amounting to ' ' '. ' $100,000 Which will bo distributed hy chance amnn the ticket holders, by the Mutual Aid Associutiuu of Oinahn. ' Kkkkukxcks JI. It. Breck, U.l 8. 'Marshal's office, Omahn; Kdar Xahriskie, late Union l'a c i tic Itailroad office, Omaha ; J. Turner, Deputy U. S. Marshal, Omaha j J. Doyle, l'ustr Olticc, Oinalui, Xcbraska. - - Good resnonsihlo nccnts wanted. Liberal commission allowed, for full particulars ad- dress. up T.VFOIjri . t CO ' TiiiatnnMnir.ra 1 " (' Apr20-2in. Umalia, Nebraska. A BOOK. FOX THE MIIXIQ1F MARRIAGE A Priral CrnnttUff to tl Harritd, r ttet W jairfat m4 rtlMloMr lha Mini tjifem, vlik thm GUIDE.' a m4 vrmBllne Skprflcl 1 b 1. 1 luterMllM w. Sw wltb sniMMit, nr Ian. i .u.a ror uom ws u SHIM. r mlMriiu ai.mmii. . lull. Iili a bok Ustmhllo n Uft uSwImS ul tt, A OM 1 .14 c.rl.ilr aSout lb hi. Siat t u; an i rrM fpu.l tar Tlfly CtiM. AiMrwtKK Haw plipawwa. Sal rU HSlk SUaH. ft.UUIa. . ,. ... .. j - . . t ? V J .5 ,, Notice to tha ArTHctod nnd ' ' Unfortunate.. . , B.lbra arrlylat la lha aamfcaa ,irt, varataanba la tablla paptr.. or N.lagaarauMk liai.ilM, pcrara Dr. Oalta aaMlia "" wk" ,aw " la Saw aaalafaala nar Dr. Bulla a Sa asntaHal, aacMaaKf ar tj nan, aa IM BlMtr. mmlloaea la an witrU? Uin, Sa. U Hala Blaal Suwt. llut.l aaS UWII, Bl. Uala, Ma. - A "Itaro ColioQtionu . TJOWIASTI'S MeF.nT.-ll.la itta.; MoanrU.. a.., ac. pmlof Taluw.1. Ubnuil. r atarvkadr. Oral hr tall (fr ol Kup) hr F1FTT Ccaau lmi k. I. JKlaV. HxMiT.So.mi.cUilMfkU.lran, l"",. . T)rUXpa COLITCTIOT f a..rlT oaa traoVS tMalaal ft BaIinSraiiilriallkIadof I.e.-Ola. Ala. OaarTCar S"l"rJl Cloar, a4 nxhalaat aaoral kftraM Kt Inoaa aaallat In "aDilatlrliif aar afihaahaia iia '. hrlbalradoorSonaara. y":! Slb mall crraa oraotlarl fa, lftr Qnla. AalraM 8. O. MUMAliy,Ka.l,iliKI,Hh linn, sc. UtU, M , LOOK: JOYOUJ? CHILDREN. t IT) QrtJf BooMjjlmedJ& 1 1 ftoVj'BJwrt. aad r.juauaaua Vto-l W ilM WHlT Yao - Inr.vTS mmm all alfraraa '--- aa paaaoaa taaaalalaBi aas m. Maa. i Caraa DtarrtaM.-rryaraaaA aaA 1 P Tnaj its H la raa ami Maar aar CMlaal-a a. an aiwsroVr. broafat.a Yr fmblaa ,r an, oiaaraaaaa. arM b. IM QMum IfaaWaa Co iiTl bria, M aW4nFaatliaaMlaTaUalalaSiaiMillaaaa, J " a -..!' . - t- a.i...l..S...i.-i.n 1 s:s.:4- -j ' Mm aw plllMliiBllQ t - ; while Rpccial inducements are" i reduce of any kind to disposo of. A..W. BOYD. PERFECTION ! T.HE Spraguo ' : -iv."-. . :a Irlowcr. "iiougii Sc church, ' KN0XV1LLU, Tl'.NK. E. J. SANPORD & CO., WUOLKSAI.B DKALS11S IM DEIS, CHEMICALS, Druyytxt' 'fiuu'lries, i Paints, Oils, Colors, Varnish, Eys-Stuffs, fancy Gooas, parlor laatcneu WINDOW CLASS. I Ws offor Snperlor Induimct on all kiwis of PATENT TilEBICINES, ' .ifLouisa 'i A ii j Hasleliers', Drabs', Oiienlal, Yinogar it W nM ' .. bitters: :" .;. BOLE AGENTS FOJt JAMES RIVER AND FRENCH BR0AO O 3E3 3VI 23 KT T EJ . Morclnnts wilt And our Rtock compl'la In all linns nwallr kept In a Oritlatfl Dr-iuj Store, and we yuaran tee prioea t low M at any other House, North or Soaio, considering tin qnsllty of the goods. ' ,,t T'siirpfiitn rn KNOXVILLU, TBNMf. vA Hart's.Qxeat Relisf ! SI 00.00 IN GOLD ! . , wiu ss orru ro x oasi or Cholera , Morbus, Colic,' jDian-fiKct, Sore 2'Aron, Jlearl 'Mum, fain . aj tie Hretttt, Cramp tn Md Stomach, or "Jijclt ' ' ' 'jBrcillthiff, WHICH HART'S RELIEF WILL NOT CURE! If nsed Internally, before the else becomes hopeless. ' TJsictl n a Liniment, ' it win rcliero Ithsamatle Patn. Laaibaro, tome Daek, .BnilKapnlnadC'bniitaUF -: ' -v ALMOST INSTANTLY!; rteridmts sttsat l( Tala Kr fcran y atwmM be arlfti out It. It la gwirmtud In exvrg toss.' Ask your tors keeper fcrlt 1 - ' -.-- " a-; Dlrrctlons on etch Dotlle. '"' ' ",','J ,'!' For sale by Hrctaat sod Dealers paofally. i t. J. SANFORD & CO., i ,,TOLES,vLKpnroaisTS,;: .KncrxvU,e,Teiin. "!'! t j riucu, au Statvpf Tennessee Monroo County. Guilford i Cannon vS Oliver liagsdalo. IX T.ITI3 (AUSE it appear! n that the defend-, ant, Oliver ltasdiife, is justly indebted to the plaintiff, anil is a no n-iesideiit of the Slats le ordinary nroccrs of law tsnnnt bo served- on' fiim. hnd an rnnuinnl tat-i ' tachnient bovlrni lieen levied on his property, it ft therefore ordered i lishcd ill tlie town of ordered that publication be made in lair Knf fmtiaa .- a. iaiv.n.1 ni. mil.. I in tlie town of Sweetwater. Tennessee, toi four suctessfv'o weeks, comma nd'1112 the sai'' Wliver 4iasd.al,o, to. appear lreftr me, ar kfliuo oilier actiiiR Jiutlc of the Io,al my 08'iee, in (he town of MiisOirille, "10th brVil distnet nf mill conntysoa tht llh day of November,. 1871 end luake defense to said suit a-uinst bim. or it fwill be pnieee-tsd with ex pirle. " x HiayZj-il-pPJj J.C. MOXIUOMLUV, I. P.