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Till: F:TF.RVRISE- "l; ..j ..... . . 1 .. L . For Suprni Judgu la toil paper will b' found tliu an-j ii'Hii'" "iiui of C )L J. 15. t'ooke as a ( late, for Jiilge of the Supreme i i t... it -:....'.. i ' oi lot I Louri, imu.J .a--.4fc j mc rem.auou oi lion. t T hi ("i I't iiiu i i Times in in ikmo I Ijul.u.uiwi.,1 nines, in m.im0 ! the anuounooui'mt t!i rough ;t coliuuint, ', nays t!ii;ro never waa a better illii.stru 1 1011 than thin of the office Hceking the man, and not the man the otlice. Ai soon aa the vacancy occurred, and it wan utc-riaiuud that Hon. Kohei t Me- iroIll(irn ,Jf8,.lf.(,(1Teri.meiit has been ! and prior to the Democratic Convention Straw eighteen hundred and fifty major Farlaud, who had been t-rnporarily P- COiisi,lrrel mi absurdity, if not nn im-1 of 18(X It is to be hoped the mistake ilv overall. Tlii, covers two-thirds of poiiitcl. di.l not uiMire the penunnent , HCltuaiUM nenrii. uirnW1.W Teiincwn a!.n..st nnamiuously express-, ed a pieforeuce for Col. Cook, as 1,10 ! nccer.sor.of tho honored NoUon. Thn t I . ll. . 1 ..f 1 1 . 4 t I . K ll. . 1 . 1 1.' . 4 voioo w.n taken up by the bar of Knox- ' ville and then by the prcsn and bar of ; all East Ti.nes,e. Seeing this unan-. im.tv tl.o press and bar nil over H Sta,., have for nionlhs be,,, c.,;iii;g upon C..1 Cooke to anii'iiince hinibelf as a tali-. didatu for the olncc, anl it ia irniy in ri'sjionse to thee repeated calls, the ex pression, r.e ho kutu, -of a pojular de aire, snfi'.cii ntly genend and iniliictitial to control his action in tlie matter," that lie 1ms, at lsst, permitted his Jiume to IT" l l'l'oie tiiu leopio. t.'ol. Cook" is a man whose ability as nkwver.nole.sh than tun ater.mg in-1 te-nty of his character, has wim-nlly ; HUaliMedl.iuifDrthcKrentresjionsibili'.y - . . i . I 1 it .1.. ' tl,e nion, unco , wm,- . . ' ! ' i have ca.'.cd him. cannot ,,iul.t u. . n ct.on. n..eimM, i n- in. oi i..c , . t a ... r ti... ....... lnwiilrea.lv spokeii witu such uui'.ninn- s , I.. i .... i ....ii ": ""h'" ls i.i' in ii i. It a neiUei of form. Woilimol, , v. i.e.!:: ; he will hare any oppo- ' I ... ,o.h known an 1 l.oiig! f.o uier'y an old line . -. h.H n lu ii'iahti. a mi I l""'"uH":i!.t;(,f(,U!.1,u);cillls. To tlie appeals !.:.--.i-l'eofth law have to Knu of ilUnilpri.illMltH protection from the theadiuiratiou of his political opponents ! ,..(,.,;,, ,)f hisblack-and-ton pets, Leet in his own sie t;.. n, tl.it they have V(,!" , otll(.kill(J j0 0i-,,.,H tlio handcuffs untarily profi'eivl tl-'ir Ti""-t. ; ,uill lll0 aungeon. knowing that he v.. . uld i.i-ver soil bis , var v ,M.1H (ir(. nsed as a means ermine in tl.o mud ol partisanship, nor ; . , i , . ui ,. linnv tm pohtical co,,si,l, : anoli:; to onMsiie i the n-i Pgiil f law and justice winch , !ii n il! be .sworn to dicpense. V.e coiigralnlalo the ieoi!e upon (Heir choice, and wo wish a long life to Co!. Cooko upon tho bench which trust to see him so so in adorning. ( haiHTiy Cosrl ft .1Iaii.s(i:ivi;!i'. Last week the Chancery Court for Moiiroo county, wa. in session at Madi-.o-iville, the llo'i. !). M. Kry p:esiding. l'roin what we have been iibh to learn a considerable r.i.i.-mnt of jmblin bui;i iiom'i Wii'-iliip eiudof. Such are the qusli lieiitiona of .linlge Key as to immre the rapid dis patch of the people's business whenever it goes before him. Sl.otwi vorv iinoovtiii.t. easnri wire tried ... '. is- H i r..i we find naught but factions and depsr mul determined dr.vmg the week J lie i cwi of kiwnn vs. .Icsio t 1. which has been on .he docket for four or live vears. was tried and went in favor of Kowaii. The case of the Insane S! ale Hospital vs. Porter et. id., also heard and decided in favor of Porter.. Chancellor Kev is a juri;.! of no ordinary ability. The people of this division have reasons to he proud that they have a Chancellor honest, and upright. -4 T!:' indications are that Kngland will recede from tho Alabama treaty and de clare the (ieneva arbitration inadiSinsi 1 le of the claim for indirect damages is insisted on. Tints Grunt and his friends have imperiled if they have not destroy ed tho pronpect recently so f.dr, rf oh tuning from Kngland twenty-five or thirty million dollars. Not content with I wasting the people') money at home, ! they take care tlmt the Treasury shall not be replenish) d from abroad. .. ...... .. . ... . On- of :he mot hri.-in-hie, Dent, has ; under tho while light of test and prac the ex-aisiv i orivilego of trading at the , tic. Wo turn our yes from tho sound - bos! mihiary ;o.V.m in New Mexico, by of the conilict in the AVest to tho clash which In. i i to realize at le.ist SlOll.OUO a vcav Gr-iiit ought to swap places with hi1 '.. In that, case the military post r v.unid secure a mighty sharp trader, and i wo should got rid ofamighty poor Pies-j ident. - i The London Times conniders it sin-i gular that c;ir Uveniuieiit allow no' disposition ti withdraw the consecpien-1 tial-damage demand from the American ! ease, when it h admitted by the invas j of the Cnifel States to tho extraviieant 1 rind nniust."ThH Times ,1..HI. ..I i-.,i.iTa(',,",'-v C!iustd l,.v tl,u tcaignation of that in this, w in a great many other ' Dr' "'Wr- Iu " Vhitot flatt0I7a things, Grant's Adn.inistratii.n ii. on one ! wo sa-v the ch"i('8 nmde bi the 1)e," side and the pci'i'ple ofc the other, and i m,H 18 K"iul "' tliatpopuhirHent.nie.it i.s represented! T B 1,lWyr f K0d by the press I standing and no mean ability, and is a -- - j gentleman whoposfienses the very high Somebody in Kngland has produced j est outer of moral character and uu a "Prince of Wales Recovery Polka," j common merit of late, and now throughout all England, Scot- j Wo congratulate the party in their land and Wales tho cry is "no sleep till J good selection, and congratulate our niorii when youth and pleasure meet." j friend in hia mtccess, of which wo are Ireland nays nothin;,-, but she would j doubly glad in that ho not only had to have preferred a wako too. j fight the Radical party, but the iniluenco John BrGo'ugirr!e"cUna;g in the ! "f 1r' Sevi,!r'8 "nV' which "MBrod Northwest on "Will it Pay?" If he means j fow. W9X"na to tl,e,cct,ou- to ask if it will pay to go to hear bin lee- i . , ,,rT"v i ... . ., . .. , , , i thief J ust ico CIiiisc for President tine, wo must sav that it depends alto-! gether upon whether or not somebodr ! Tho Auus'l,l' CJl1" H-liouol, of gives you fifty dollars for doing it. I lftflt Kn-VK' tlmt' 011 01"naI. cor" -- . I respondent, whoso vews of jntblic af- A newspaper correspondent writiiifr : fairs, and whose estimate of public men from Cincinnati says: "This is a great ; arc always worthy of consideration gives place. I should like to die here." Such ; it. an interesting eketch df Washington ia the easo with all visitors to Cincinnati. I life and progress Tho paper goes on They all feel that they would rather dio j to state that Washington usul to be a there than live there. j utraggling, ahabby-looking city aboiind- Ti.n rzT.rMrrTor n.,.n , : nt ". t to b aw v.iwjr( hi u Liift rj,wuij,uiur anuuiilly to protect th pi-iruu ia:imi- fa(?tllrrra ftf lVninuvlvntiin. ' (ivn,'nint, powers ! just imagine, if you can, what the tax would be if those pigs were all ' full-grwwii hog. ! . I T I Tl- V'l.iut. n. hi ftoill uoollb UIII1I1 ll. . .. . ... Forney, btlt it is to bo feared that ho is i cml wnr v"1 lts rellties r!stln "P too loe in paying for him. Ho ought 1 o:ie -"celion, and by tho corrupting infill to know that Foriii y's terms for himself, encea which have placed shoddy mil- Ut l.i pKi'c, an; cash iu advance. lionaircs and deiterouscharlataiisinthe A jlixeil State .of Affairs. , rent ouee filled by tlie statesmen of li.o ' Under thin healing Pommoy's Pjni't- j other. civj, wivs tlio present political njrc. in i Among t!i few groat intellects. the i (I.m r(t)tn!rp iaf..i.i;,.. l:iLnH ll.nl..'Vill'tll ndlieli tbi. Wnv i1..vrtlr.t...,l t. !. I ""'tH'i i ia tj.t tun. , it mn i im imnh ,...... .. ....... ..... .. ... ....kiwi'i....!... . , . . . . . i ami that vo are not tho la. ighir.R-Btock 'graud proportions. Chief Jtitiiico Cliwio I . ..... ... . ... i . i 1 1 . . ... I r.urone, ii not wo worm, it no Iault ', . , our Administration, whose constant , ' mm sine inn close oi our civil war, lias , we ,o liri (,is(,r(,(lil ()ur jl)Blll, tions tuid coUempt on our name and wo . , of 1 fP .. 11.. 1 4 .. i iiuu n n mm 1 1: uu:ia .uiil u iu 11; u in Anierican.'iirovrHl tint open Kos:im tii foreign lnmU and foreign hearts. T.it ttUs ! how the niightv nn fnlUm ! t 1,1 .liwimta illilltv ailll fili;m.0 in ,,is roun. j 0f ,m0 nK t. 1 1 i &1i ol them, no th.in wi tLfl fuilurflof (iniIlt (ohe 0Ul. ,.,est President astonish m. , V(i . , .;. ,.,. :.. . . . .ft..er ,oUucVor col ,,int ; ft HM0 w 0'ur t A(lministl.utioni cjm.so ,1M T, tlj!lt ,18 blu, J moro bvll,r,Uiy with (k,Spots and rob-! U;4j demomtio nu8sl., , ...,, I 11 oil! onu iniivia. To all honeuty or uprightness he is a perfect atrangcr, and in no instance doee ho exhibit it morn clearly than by hia violated pledges to au outraged com munity. .. S: i. lieu-,1 Ilia duplicity i.s shown by hia Dominixi KrliftiKi: I. is violation of lie . ... , iii r. i . I rii It r v !:.wh :t wimp tfntimm in" from ,:,u,tl,, hi,, ..p,,,,,,,! of lloshf in his j 0(iir).B .,,,;., i,y his insults to I (M.l(,,,v. jliH O1,trao to' . - n Prussia, n:nl his hih-handed robber ,,,- throuol, his . . . . . WiisJuiigton Itoard of Public Work?, hia t'enr.ral writer st ire and Mile of olhces. lie has tilled his Cabinet and tin nn-j (ions ciinlnin-hoiief with ii lionle of I),,u,,'-;t,i.ivHH and scoundrels. He wan winked !lt Uu. sa!(, of ,. lmvVi the pl.mder- t(J timillalu vo Seer . . . ,,.,. Our foreign legations and coiisulshii are filled with ignorant and wortlilesn re!:itivis, not to mention silver mine speculators and Third avenue pot-buise politicians; while at home, Whisky ; HingB. Cl.c lponiiing King, Iron Kings, . Navy l'.iii's and Whiie-Houao Kings, are tho rule not the exception. On the high seas our flag is insulted; , in fori ig:i prisons our people languish, , and in our very capital a Spanish Minis , tur dictates to us our foreign policy. Wiicro bhall wo turn for comfort or : light? What liava we to be proud of? i Not of our Cioveriiintnt, for that is a den ' of thieves. Not of our party, for here ' lUlt'h, miilUHIL U illll'.ll'l OI V11.-U till UUII. .Not oi our -Mivy, lor wu nvo youo; nor of our honor, for that wo lout when the bribe-taking U. S. (irant ascended the Presidential chair. In the paid four years there is v.o one act of his to which we can point with commendation, or without a feeling of shame Unit we huvo sunk no low nn to see the Boat of Adaina ami Jefferson dis graced by a horse-jockey and nonentity; and the Senate that once heard the wiu counsels of Clay, Vi-bnier and Douglas, writhe under the party lauh of auch I frauds as Clayton, Molten and Conk ' linfc'. ! Where kIiuII we look for reform? Our hopes have been so often blasted by the folly or ignorance of party lenders, that wo hesitate to trust even the purest. i The wine principles of Democracy are ! almost lost in the obscurity of the past. Doctriiius ninl creeds fail when placed j of arms iu tho Fast, from tho shores of ) our imam 1 sens to our Southern gulf, and find naught but confusion worse confounded, and at last arrive at. the conclusion that things air deoidcdly mixed. m vi o i- . i . i Di.tl i 't s lie . Tlle Cir,(,nvilIu "f W('ok- 8"'H rt'lix W' E,,n, :U 1,118 hw,i u!",;tt'1 Se,,8t,,r f tllC 1''irHt D'K!ri, t to f,!l tl)C n splendid metropolis, full of email men and mousing politicians. The luminous l a generation fast passing "way, who were worthy to fill the places of the gianU of tho first half of this cen- ; (,...,. 1 1 1,- 1. l,..,.1u rvf nlv O. II illlUliOl. Ull U lilU UVlU" v uiiquusiioiiaiuy uoiuh aieauiiii' position, , j if nut tbe Hint place. But bevoud this i i.' . I arc not prepares 10 go wun our cor respondent. There are statesmen whom I admire inoro. Aud of tho question J ...... 1 o Mnpdiencv wo wonld liiidiue to auir-i ui ' , . . . T ' rrmt -....tli.. ihiii.iiki Kilt .I1111I1I . v.i .iimum iKniiiiiiuiirii, vu. n..n..i - - 1T . n. . . . ...... Li"'al leudore increased Vie propriety oi Siiiuiifin exponeiiw ol , opinion taking a leading part in any j nominations ftt invsont. Tho Southora leaders madu ft mistake on this noint in llat year will not be repeated. " Threatening His Aci'users. An exchange eara (irant is threaten ing his aceusere with bastiles and dur.- R'. Sch.nz and Sumner nro riving down deep among the lin,y and d.rt - ber.med records of the depart- mont alul brin BklU wmo lllthy mnttt'r to the m.rface for inveat.on. Such are waiters at A ashmgtou to- day, and we pause to watch them in the amphitheatre, as one by one tho nails of tho Republican coflin are hammered down. When thieves fall out, honest men . , recoivo their diim," is anold savini;, and j .. , , ,. ,, .1, . . , particuhulv apohealile at thiRtune. And ' , , , in is ilia picii re s c.p ainen. I 1 - Tho Kadical Split. This paragraph is clij'ped from an ditoiial, on t!iu dentil of Radicalism, ; a lv,,:llt mlml,or of M,m. . . . " ! It aav Tho liadical imrtv has solit on ,1,,, ! . ... I success. It is too late for them to re- pair the shattered hull of their ship of j State, but not for us to take warning by our past mistakes and their presiit dis aster, and, looking well to our compass, steer our bark to victory by tho only true chart the undying principles of 1 Icmocracy." --- All Together. Fort Scott, Kansas, is one of the al togctlici iht places in the West. A man has a lot for building on it. From the cellar he dig htonca enough to build tho lions:.', take clay nufiicit.it to lay the stone, yellow ochre enough to paint the building, coal enough to last six month. and slate pencils enough to last bis family a lifu-tinie. .V. - . -- lioiuovi'il from 0,'liep. Deputy United States Marshal ii. I!. Wallace, Kuq., of Di van, Texas, has been removed from ofHca because, in sum moning the jury foi the United States District Court, he so far forgot his obli gations to the Radical pai'ty as to call several Democrat for uervice. It will bo remembered that it was thin jury that preferred a special presentment against tho Radical Governor, Davis, for violations of the Civil flights fiill. - - Tlie First (inn. Tho charter election which took place a few days since in Syracuse, New York, is the liijit gnu which has been fired in the great contest now waging between the Constitutional Democracy and the Radical Consolidationaliats. Francis K. Corral!, Democrat, i.s elocted Mayor by a majority of 1,SK votes. Tho Radical majority in tho city last Fall was o;)7. -- Judicial Corruption. The investigation!; now in progress in New York into the conduct of cer tain high judicial dig.iilariea aro attrac ting general attention in this country and in Europe. All nations recognize tho importance of a pure Judiciary, Neither life, property, or character "is safe in any country when the fountains of justice aro liable to be corrupted. It is most deeplv to the interest of everv departuient iu civilized life, high or humble, that the judicial ermino should bo pure and unspotted. With pure judges on the bench injustice i.s ac.iree- ly possible. With corrupt judges jus tice is no longer blind. It sees with Bordid eyes, and through an atmosphere discolored by ambition, by prejudice, by party zeal, or by individual passion- - - The Cincinnati (lazelte, in diseusjs!n' tho ihpiorqnestion which is now being agitated extensively in Ohio, advocates the treatment of drunkards and lunatics, upon tho theory that they aro morally unaccountable. Tho Gazette says: "It will sober tlitm, restore them to sound ness of body and mind, will place beforo their eyes tlio folly and criminality of their course, and, what is more, will hold over their heads tho moral influ ence of a return to tho asylum in case of relapse. This moral influence and accountability is what the inobriato has never had. No repeals at times, but lie knows that when he relapses he will on ly have his own feelings to respond to." .-- Responsible for their Financial Con dition. The Ctmriir Journal says, the Radi cal party has had contvol of tho South ern States evor since the closo of the wai and is responsible for their finan i:al condition. In Isdl the aggregate indebtedness of these States was $7(i, 41(1,800. In 1871 tho iiabil ities of the "re constructed States" had been increased to ?2rl,020.0Sl more than $12,000,000 in excels of the indebtedness of all the twenty-seven oth ir States. Tho war dobt of tho South, having been repudiated by order of the Government, has of course nothing to do with the enormous ineroaso between 18t!l and 1871. It is wholly due to the carpet-bag and negro State gov ernments forced upon tho Southern peo plo by tho Radical party niiico tho pro cess of reconstruction was entered up on. The TcimerEco Lcgislatm-a assem bled in extraordinary session at Nash ville, on Tuesday last. XrwITanijshliv Me. tiou UcpnMl ' ciiiM luim the Victory, j DisjKitches l.itl Mun-b lr.h, from j Wttslli lll'l illl. 1 ).('.. nil. 1 f 'l lllt'tll'll. . II.. I - ri . t -.i i v i it i i can 'ys, private dispatches imlie.ito that. v t t.... .,.i:....i i. . K0. ji.im jsmii; h.i.-i mumu ..j . it -.. n m 1 iho rivers are still rovercd with float- ery small majority. 1 hero lit nothing . . ..... , i - ii i ii ii Ung ica tui'l navigation danenrotu. hci-ii turuuu um ituou i.i.m- nek Straw's majority u tivo hundred.! , t i v .i I - tunis aro comiiiir in nlowlv. Nothiiur I i i .,..,' . , VP! rtW1V!l III 111 lll'Ilffl Lllil ri'Kll IL 111 1 1 111 . - um. The TiiHrt corr.-snon.leut has tho fol- 1 lowing: 9 One hundred and fiffeen towns ;ivn State. The It.mblicaus, as fur m heard from have fifty majority on joint ballot. The following comes through the reg ular channel: l'ifty-nine towns givo Straw, Repub lican, thirteen thousand four hundrod audseveuty; Western, Democrat, twelve thousand threo hundre 1 and eighty-live. Last year they stood, l'epiiblican, ten thmiMind six hundred and ninety-three, Democrat, eleven thousand threo hun dred and seventy-nine. , "lOMiRKSsioNALT SKNATP.. ...... ... Tr AVaHhinlon, March 11. The House , ... ., , , ... bid establishing tlio Monroe I.and Dis- triet, La., ivi se , and goes to tho Presi dent. Mr. Trumbull addressed the Senate on tho civil service bill. In the course of the .pcech ho said ho "chnllend anv man to khv that he had ever uttered one word in disrespect to tho President I or had assailed him ; ho had not uttered i".n.o panegyrics on ine i-resinem.iie. ... ... .i i. , .i cauiie he believnd the President to have too much Round sense to bo ph-asod by any such adulation." An appropriation of JoO.OOO parsed through. Sixteen Republicans voted ney. not sr. The Filibustering Supplementary Civil Rights bill occupied over the mor ning hour. It comes up every Monday morning 'iu order. A large number of bills were intro duced mid referred. Tho Select Committee wns ordered to investigate Secretary Robeson and na val affairs generally, Mr. lirooku moved to suspend the rules and adopt his resolution regard ing Mexico, ollerod lust Friday. Rejec ted, ayes, 72; nays, lil). Mr. Farnsworth, from the Postoflic Committee, repotted a bill to suppress tho system of straw bo Is lor carrying the mails providing that person who has put in a bid that has beou tictualeil, mid who then fails to enter into a con tract and to perform the servics shall be deemed guilty of misdemeanor and be liable to a penalty of five thousand dollars and one year's imprisonment. lie. Patti offered an aiiiondment au thorizing the Postmaster General to ac cept new secuiitics from contractors in the place of the existing sureli.: ... Agreed to. The bill iu ameuiled was then passed. A bill making one-third of tho cus toms receivable iu legal tender, failed by a vote of 8'.) to :. Mr. Killinger offered a resolution, f!e claring that the policy of granting sub sidies of public lands to railroads and other corporations ought to bo discon tinued, and that every consideration o? public policy and eipml justice ;o the whole peoplo re-jiii.-o the public lauds to be held for homesteads for actual settlers ami for edncit eci d purposes, j w,uo" w:is ,loMPU'1 10 without division. 5I'-' N''1'"'01''1 I1",v"1 ,,J append tho ' ruI,:H to u,lo)'t a r"1"1'1"1 'leclariug it ! lo 1,0 1111 1"'';o"st'ti't'""l ond tyrannical ! rl'iti,' l,C I"v, r f"r C'on;,'re:;s to at- toinpt to force "mixed .schools" on the States or to pass any law interfering with churches or public carriers, ilv jeeted ayes 50, nays 80. Tho Speaker announced as the Se lect Com. nitt.eo on the char H a.tii it the Secretary of the Navy. Messrs. Diuir of Michigan, Sargent, Peters, Yoorhees and Warren; Mr. Getz offered a resolution inslruc! ing the Committee of Ways and Means to report on tho propriety of i.bolishing nil internal revenue laws and imposing taxes on the States in proportion to the population. Agreed to. A ntimhor of Amnesty bills were pre sented and passed by unanimous con sent without being read. SF.NATE. Wmhitnton, March li The bill for the Southern Kailroad, of Florida, was up. Tho bill as amended gives one liaudrod feet on either end of tho road and forty acres fo' each station. The Senate considered the appropria tions nil day. Johnson introduced a ' bill providing for the payment for claims for rent, ari sing in States declared to be in rebellion; also to provide an adequate supply of circulating medium for States needing it It directs the rfjoretary of the Treasury, on application of the Uovernors of States to supply them treasury notes, to tin amount, which in connection with the Na tional llank notes ulready furnished, shall make eight dollars for each inhabitant, provided real estate security is given for tho repayment of auoh sums in futuro years. house. In the matter of amnesty it was order ed that ii) bills hereafter be passed un less tlio names in it were read. The trou b'e grows from th? nameof ex-Governor Vance, nf N. (.'., which is on ono of the House bills. James M. Leach presented Vance's name. Leach claimed he had violated no plodgo or understanding in iueludinir his n one in the list. The lerba lluena hid was recomviit- 1 ted to the I'aciliu Kailroad Committee. The I'ost-ollice oppripriatiotis were re Kiimpd. A long debate occurred over the rpies tion of subsidies to steamship iines. A widowor was recently rejected by a dnninel who didn't want a "warmed over" man. MIWS FIIO.M AM, )r VRi'KI!S. jGin-loj's DctknMitm of Indeppii- v.... v.i- r i. ii i .i In tie .New lurk Trihune nf Marcli ,'",'' i i. iti . . il pa.ss lull oato on amount of the 1 Tlio Lank ttatouicut for the neck shows ' ,.,., Loans lineman 1 l.Ulnl ODO .Specie increased :i,i.jl),00l 730,000 , in . . ... .i i i -.1 ' I'"-" m-rreuheu a uu:e. - . 1. f I. 1.1 t L 1 t- 1. thia moriiirjf, loth Coiihl and Archer were j Tn,.ru' is jliu,,, Vl' mn,U of al in tlie Krie Kail read buildinz fupiiorted truly In;ul, men, that tli only way It ive by their fulhutors. Several deniont'U-. !' cui.lry, ia far (ir:nt to s ioil a rciji tions were made ilurins tho niclil. Im- '"' Mippress the 7Vi7ik,.o and in rar- . .ii i . i. i . nnrtaiit development are expeetcd to-day. 1 . 1 r J The monitn.' papers regard the over- I threw of tho Krie King as a great triumph j in tlie iutere.it of bounty ami reform. Threo iuchci of tuow fell. KF.NTUCKY. Louisville, March 0 Tho sheriff of Clark County, Indiana, is sued for twonly-fivo thousaud dollars iu tho Fed eral Court, on the char'O of not using duo diligence when tho mob hung Sipiiro Tayior, a negro, for complicity in the Park county murder. Tho com plainant is Taylor's son. (low WarmotU pasned here going eastward. PENNSYLVANIA. Philadelphia, March 'J The m r chants gave John W. Forney a eompli meiitary dinner at the Aciulomy of Mu sic, (irant was present. Scranton, March !) The public school'' iu Hydo Park, Ilelh vueiuid Petersburg, have closed on uccouut of the prevai enco of black or spotted fever. Philadelphia, March 1) One hundred and fourteen medical students gradua ted from Jefferson College, to-dav, There were no new rust s of smallpox at tl.o navy yard since the 1th iust. GF.OKGIA. Augusta, March 0 -The stono cutters s'riknon tim United States works, at Columbia, S. ('., Ktill continues, as the Superintendent still demands ten hours work per day, as per instructions from Washington and refusos to re-employ the strikers. Columbus, March 12. It. L. Mutts' Palace I'Totir Mills were burned thin morn ing. Tlio loss is seventy-five thousand did bus. The fire was incendiary. The pro perty was uninsured. MISSOI'KI. St. I.ouis, March 'J The lower House took action, which indicates tho defeat of the eighteen million dollar railroad Hch'-me. Charles II. Barklin shot himself and wife, fatally. No was a drunkard. LOl'I.'if ANA. New Orleans, March ll Van Morton ia released. The Supreme Court de cides there is untiling in the CoiiRtitu tion precluding tl.o pardoning power, for contempt of Court. ENGLAND. London, March 0 The amount con tributed to Chicago throughout Kng land is ono hundrtid and sixty-two thousand pounds. FKANCF. Paris, March G Tho Assembly Com mittee on reorganization of the army have rc.olved to disregard tho sugges tions of Cissey, Minister of War. The German Government has official ly informed the French Minister of For eign Affairs of tho pardon of nil French men now confined iu German fortres ses. A j'enie newspaper states Guissippi Mazzeni is in tho Tyrol preparing for the invasion of Italy. A tribunal is tiying cases of parties for burning church property ilur.ng the reign of tho Coniinuu. The tribunal has sentenced one to death and one to imprisonment for life. Telegraph communication is establish ed between Franco and tho Island of Gauduloiipe. MEXICO. Havana, March 0 The City of Mex ico has arrive 1 from Vera Cruz. Kiots occurred in Gaudiilajara, caused by forced levies of troops. Thero was a, formidable pronuncia- rmento iu the State of Aidalgo. Jealousies are reported among the revolutionary leaders. It is stated General P.ocha sends false news of his movements to the Govern ment. Felix Diaz was killed with clubs by a mob in the State of Oxaca. WASUINGTOX., Wafiliington, March .12 Attorney Gn eral Hates, of Utah, declines the invita tion to resign. Fx-Governor Henry A Wise, of Vir ginia, is lecturing on tho futuro of the Hcpublic. The nomination is announced of John ft V Parker, Surveyor of Customs at New Orleans, vice I.ongstreet. That Old Man. Wayne county, Tenn., claims hira now. An exchange Bays, he was 113 years of nge, however, and adds that ho was ono of the most even-tempered fellows in tho world: Ho luid one habit, howover, that grew on him, namely that of gathering a goodly number" of heirs around him. Ho left, says this exchange one hundred and thirty-eight children, grand child ren nnd great grand children, to mourn hia loss. An exchauga says: "William F. : Stokes, it would seem, is not to go to tho penitentiary after all." Then, our suspicion is confirmed that somebody ' has built a penitentiary iu vain. ''!l ilorare Kreclv jii ilia luHuwinir i h i nule (lii linin? t.i huvo Linanio nllix ert ! thts fall fur the Phibiklpliia I'mi ventiun : "Fn It NO Clli.vDLr.il : Please do not a'tncli my name I , a call fur a Natinlial Convention. I hve fluyed awy from your inerting jmrpo.-cly t.i kcop inv peti tion of iiiili'pcuili in c. ll' v.e l.uvo tiusf wrlliv nur:iiii'e i.f n-funii from tie While H.in.'f, all riirlit ; tut I i;n not inclined t.i ludp our LcVt. an,! StocUiive to aiiotl.er lialf million nf plninlrr. ' our'. 'MIi. a in; i iiir.iiLV. "Hun Win f'I...,..ii..H cerate iirceley in a I'U.-tie. If sue h lan- . , ,J ... , , . . i fia;'o ll to Le permitted, what u tlie u-e , Uvinn a jrly of preal -uorul hh a-, ; and a Preideut plcdg'id tu carry out i thoie iih'as .' The Coming Salt' of Hall roads. ' Gennriuiis Invited to Heroine the! Purchasers. In an article ui the coming sale of '.lie I Knuxvillc and ('liarh'stnii, and Kognrsville j and Jefferson Railroad:;, tlio Augusta Clirnniclo and Sentinel .ay.: In tliis sole, citizens of Augusta should j be interetif(l, nnd, we may venture to sup- i;est, the stockholders of the lieorgia Kail- ! road are greatly interested, as the result ; must iufluenee materially the futiir" of: both corporations in the cui.trol of We.-. ' tern ci niieotion. This sale will carry 1 the franotiiia of .1 lias which, by na ture, is a iiinnopolv, and will form at in dNtstit day, a great highway to the Pen- , trai n ft irom the font hern .Mi".ti!ir coast to the Valley of the Ohio, its con trol must necessarily command the tralrcj i and determine its direction. Already we may look upon ths bolt of I ii.o v,.vi u i,:,.i, i ,i..Ci ,.,t i,,. i';.!.;,,.,-,, ! Cbieag.. nnd St. Louis, ai the great seat ! in tli.i fill nro of neiniif.ieturioj interests in this eiuiitrv, from vldeli will raliute directly direct lines for transmit itioli to all parts of tlio country. As one of limse (.'rent lines tho project through tlio blue liius;c winch now halts and drags . hy the way of Kalmn Oap in Oeergia I ami Knoxville, I ennes.iec, cannot U un- , (liTvalueil. An enteemed corris'pnrid"tit, who is an influential citizen of Kn.it, Tennessee, calls our atleiilhin to the Dale of the Mails ahnve raforred to, which form a coiuicctinir I link in this groat .Northwest line. He writes: ''We think this a golden upper- t....ii. c. - .1 lllllll. I'M j.HII eov HI llOlftll tl uoci;fc . -.1 .1 vi- i .i . ii connection with tho " est that would give ull llio advantages any city could ask. Sixteen miles nf the Knoxville a ml I Cliai lestnn Uailronil is b. nu,i,ii.i. nl.f!P , to Maryville. Tho rolling stock is ono i . 9 . . engine, two pnssencer ears, ono bagagn, two box and four flat curs. Tlie Bridges over the Hulstou and Little Kivor cost $125,000. Tho iron laid down weighs alinnt eighty live tons to (lie mile. It si otns to me tliu Georgia Ilailroad, with its arm well on the way ro nhicg to At'i ens, could not. enly nicke it an immediate heavy feeder lo her main trunk, mid secure a rich trade iu the products nf tlio Val ley of Tennessee, and the products of her mines coal and iron for your city hut do tho best thinir possible for the develop ment i f I pper Hcnrgia. Cannot you in terest your leading citizens and John 1. King, President, nnd the Directors of the (iergia Kailrond Company ? If Augusta and tho (Joorgia Knilrond will interest themselves in this matter, it will givo us Tcnnesseeans increased confidence, and we can givo material ni l- TENNESSEE ITEMS. A Maryvillo correspondent of the I'ri'sx and Ilrral '! says: "We are having an investigation into the affairs of the financial olliceis of our county, which promises to resnlt in qtiito u "Tammany King, among somo persons of whom tho peoplo had thought better. New York is not the only place where they raise vouchers. In Maryville wo have a Woolen Factory in process of erection by a Mr. Stone, from Massachusetts, whir has wou golden opinions from all parties by his strict attention to his own busi ness. Tho factory when completed, will bo quite an addition to our town and county. Memphis papers are agitating a- pro ject 'or a grand industrial and mechan ical exposition to Im held iu that city tlie oi mi in r autumn. Kuo.xviile is organizing an additional tiro company. John Yearout. a pensioner of Mie w.r of 1812, died iu I'loimt county on tin: the Otli, aged 80 years. An attempt to send a nigger to tho Grant convention at Philadelphia, from Kansas, was voted down at the recent Republican convention in that State. "Prejudice against tho poor negro" still sticks in the kidneys of the Repub lican party, and were it not that their votes keep them in oflico, ho would stink just as loudly in their noses as ho ever did in tho nostrils of tho Dcmoc- ItiB the Post Masters and the i ...... ,1 Whisky Gangers, and kindred fry, who think and act for tho Republican party and they indorse negroism and hybrid ism because their breatl and butter de pends upon it. - One of Mark Twain's Anecdotes. (Whistle wherever the stara occur. If you can't, get somebody that oau.1 lie said that several gentlemen were conversing iu a hotel parlor, and one man sat there who didn't have anything to say. F.y and by the gentlemen nil went out except one of tho number nnd tho silent man. Presently the silent man reached nnd touched the gentleman nnd says, I think, sir, I huvo seen you Hoiiicwhoro before. I am not sure where it was or when it wns but I know I have seen you." The gentleman says: "Very likely; but what do you whist lo for?" I'll tell you nil about it I used to stammer fearfully, and I courted ft girl and ahe wouldn't have mo, be cause I was atlliotcd with such infirmity. I went to n doctor nnd ho told me that every time I went to stam mer that I must whistle, which I did, and it completely eurcd me. But don't you know that girl wouldn't havo me at last, for she said that she wouldn't talk to it man that whistled as I dhl. Sho'd as soon hold a conversation with a wheel-barrow that wanted groaning. mi. ii i- i- i Iho last sensation novel is, -wo hear, to be cntitled"The Poisoned Gum iJrDp; , . ,, or, the Caudy W oniaim Rcvonge. , 1872. Pilf II ' l VJK)Li:SALi:i)EA ERS IX GENERAL MERCHAMD Knoxville, Team. HAVE THEIR rOUR STORY & BASEMENT WAHE EIGHTY FKKT l'KON'T BY ONK UI.'NKllEI) i SIXTY-SKVKN i .. STOlHii:i) WITB2 TO WHICH TUFA" INVITF. M E It C II KIBSOKS, j MIM.IM1KY AND STRAW GOODS! lTM. ii. .o White (ioods, Embroidery &C. ,.rCTlevi' l"lTft ""- r1 AiUS.1 IKOAI", l.UiJsl Ck UI. Imi '.rtrrs, M iiiiifni'tiirui-H nn.! Jn'iln'n llonurl, Trlmnliiu, INi ik Ion Sr'.li Iin..Ii(M!i. i''i? '.TV"' Tl'Pl iu:i!i.:i .nii.-., .jiiikii.i, ...it oi.iji n,,,rA ;,,,,,,.,, ()fmil ;, ,f.(. (,., ,,:UnfU & u,li(., s, nM,-..n- !!:;!.-, ltoanet Silk Sjiiluis, lelTi'H mil Cra." Trimiiii'l an l l'iiti'iniiii:l. AMI IN CONN!-'.' 'UNO WAI'.IT.OOMS H7ii! (limli, l.incm, Fmhruidi'ri'. baeii, Net, CulUr.i, Satts, IUn lfcerchiefs, " E I L I N O, HEAD NETS,' t i I fie, ... .. p n.lf T Ii Ci i .N oh. 237 it 2ti!) lialtinioro Street, v j IiAI.1 IMOKr., MI). llife ?nfls nro ininuliietnreii ey usnrn.-im-iit . for i-hI, ,lo tl n-om the l.urcai. iin-i -v nv.n M:iniifitetnririi. euilirarllltf all the lilies' novelties, iirie.'urte-.l in variety aa-1 chtMiiaen in nny iimiket. Driers tilled with care, proinptna.oi and lies-rali.-h. Cliunrerr Court at Madinonvillr 0. P. Cliailes vs. W. T. Sjiiliiunii aii l otiitT. In this fituse, on ii olii.n "f noii l:i nil nt I v Ms Solicitor, it is nr lered liv the ennit tlmt im! - lieiition l.e inaile its rt'iiiin'.l l..v law in lit enne nf niiii-re.i'lent iliil'endniiti, fur the ill I'i admit W. T. HpiUinall, wlin is a iioh-rei'ii-nt tit' lie' Stute nfTeniiein.ee, to npi ear t tlie nei term of tliirt enurt to lip he!. I at .Mo'lisonriHe, '.11 the first M.m.lav of June next, and an.-Ker. er othenvisi. make ilet'eni-e In i"iin!a:ii:uit's Miid 1-ill, nr the same vill he tskru l.T inmlW nl nnd the imiih set for lieur'ui; eipmte as to liiin; and that this order he palilislii'd fur fear o "is live w(tv. in the Sweetwster Knti Tnie. M ' ll.ile.l' S; M T W ltni-ge. S.l. fur l'iini.l't. mcii:4-lt- f.;.'. Chanrrry Court at Miulisonvillp. Julia JlcCiiiniii vs. James A Walker, and Jii . enh Hat ris, et. al. IN this eaiisc, nn mot i-m nf complainant ly his Jr'n'iett.ir, and it itppearin to thi- court from his bill, tb'it defeudsiils Juiues 1 Wa'.lcer and Jaenb Harris are noii-n-hidents of the State of I Tenni'Ssee. it is therefore or lercd by the emi t j the.t said Jiunes A Walker nirl .la.:nli Harris he j re'(iiired to appear before tiie Chiineerv t'o'ir! at j M.i.li.-oiiville, on tlie first Monday of June Wit, I and make dtem e to .mid bill or the; same will he taken for eonfesss.l and the eniise Met fur hear- I ine npaitc s to lliein. It is fiiithei- ordered j that this notice he publislird for four ennseciit ive j weeks in the Sweetwater lintorpribe. A true . eonv of the ord.'r from the record. i ineliH-lt-pfia Attest: S 1' HALE, C S M 3IAT.CA11TKU, DK.UKIl IN' STUVI-'.S, TIN and COPPER WARE, Swoi'fwiitflr Tenn.. FKK.l'S CONST AN'TI.Y UN HAND !i full sH.'k j JV of the liest Quality of Cooking Stoves, with nil the latest Improvements, whieli he nlfers tor j sale at Knoxvuie ein-es, or as eheap ns t lie aiinic nrtiele can be hoitpht in any market. He keeps constantly on hand, nnd makes to order, ail , iin,s of Tin, Sheet Iron nnd ISia.s Wre, which I he oilers to thenuMie ut Wlinlesnlc and Retail as cheap ns it enu be bought anywhere. Mer chants will Cud it to their interest to call nnd examine bis stock of Tinware before purchasing; elsewhere. A good suuplv of Laid Cansalwayn on hand. With competent Workmen, lie is prepared 'to Co all kinds uf repairing ijiiiek and cheap, fall slid examine hi :e.' . 1)1?. O. . PKOPHITT'S Anodyne Pain It i 1 1 It. .NEVER FAILING! KILLS VMS 7.V EVERY FOI13I CU'KKS rains in tho Rack, Chest, llip.1 or Limbs, Klicumutism, Neuralgia, (.'oiiiis, Colds, IJronclii.il AtVcctions, Kidney Diseases, il.VHpepsin, I.iver Complaint, t'olie. Cholera, Cholera Morbus, i'lcui-isy, Asthma, Heart Horn, Toothache, Jiiwiuhe, Kataehe, Headache, Sprains, llnii.es, Cuts, Contusions, Sores, Lace rated Wounds, Scalds, rtnrns, CliilUdains, Frost llites, Poisons of nil kinds, vegetable or animal, friT Of aU the ltemedies everdi-eovcrod for the. relief of sufierliHT, Iniuiaimy, this is the best I'nin lawlicator known to Medical Science. The cure is speedy and permanent in the most in veterate disease. This is no liuinhiig, but a ejl'iind inedienl discovery. A Pain Killer eon taiiiiuin no poison to Inflame, parnlize, or drive the iiitlamnuitinn upon an internal nr;niii Its efficiency is truly wonderful Ilclief is in ftantaneous. It is destined to banish pains and aches, wounds and bruises from the faco uf the earth. Prepared by L. II. lliiAioim.n, jc22-Iy Atlanta, tleor;i. 'ToCoioiiists. IP YOU are GOING- WEST BUV your Ticker over the "obi reliable" Mis souri Pacific l! nil road, the populur route IVoin St. Louis to Seilalii, li. Scott, Lawrence, Kansas City, Atchison, St. Joseph, Omaha, Den ver and all points In -lisfouri, Knns.ia, Nebras ka and Colorado, to whieli people nro mnniijt. This line has an unexcelled equipment iu line day Conche I'ullmau's pabico sleepers. Miller's safety platform and the patent steam brake, and iis reputation ftr prompt time and sum connec tions is proverbial. K.sf valuable information iiod nutuni;o. and it make special arrange-, iiients nt bweei rates offered by nny line, call ii pen or iMiore-s .i. t . iii'i.'.irs.iN, rtitoni .lesson- ! ri i'Bcifi K. R ri.nttnoi.sa,Tenn.,or Atlanta, I ,ia'''01' Ki A-l'"""' '"oral iwcngnr Ai;ent, I St liuis, Mo. No trouble to answer nnewioni ! FcicMildec"!! upon or innire.s .1. i . iieiMesos, Agont Jfissou- wot mssIp' w vi m i 6 9 Cn m J viv na w ua r 3 ; Ti j CI THi'. ATTFNTTOX OF A N T S D. P. WAI.KKR J. C. Ill Ml'HttKYS. ynlker ll Humphreys EWEETff A7KR, TENN., I E A L E 11 H I IV Dry Howls, (Jrocerien, Ilanlwure, Qiicentwurc, tlUiswtro, I'uckut and Tulila CUTLER V, .jucniB, CifTfc, Syrup, Imligo MaMer an'l all kill.lB of I Y K H 1' 1J 1" 1'" H hw-iit Mat, , Mieeuncs. .. 1 '''a'1 '" ' i.ii ! M.s. Osnahur VKMV I.ATtT S!Vi.:' Cur Sio.'l; i.. .."iii ' Wu ask a 111 er..'i .1. ut id :h . A. lluuiv'ii''.. .i an i W . ' cniinieteut Hill l.'.'.'-.'ln. s sv. of the Store, an I i ..a !w .. 1 wait on ccfctomei'S. Vie f,nr both in ..u.'.:t and 1 riie.i. ti, old stand dt In'. I'.. K. in .', rb!2-ly w.Mi'.r FALL AND WINTEL STDPK Vi e avo roj nvj I . i v i to Complete btockofMerLliaiiui.se, nt prices to suit the times. You cau buy of us, Domestics, Tickings, Drillings, Satiuetts, Cassimeres, Linscys, j ALPACCAS, DELAINES I ' flannels, ass'td colors, Jeans, Blankets, Shawls, Breakfast Capes SL SHOES Sugar, Coffee, Salt. Iron. . Nails', Queciisw.if . and NOTIONS OK ALL KW We make a Sj ei iell of ii AllDW A vj'l tit) A.i intend keepi on Land t crs alt kinds of Mechanics' Tools. Building Hardwavc. ' Cutlery ot ail ui:;.-;. and everything in this line, i.n.l wil. them as low as tlicy cau bu l.i.n u .. ; brought here. PRODUCE. ' Wo will buy your Wheat, voir ' your Oats, lint tor, Kggs, Chickens, 1' .'; Fruit, Peas. Aic. HICiHT & SCUUGUS.