THE LOUISVILLE DAILY DEMOCRAT
Empire Spriiig Water.
LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY: TUESDAY 3I011XIXG, APRIL 10, 1SG0,
JSOKATI RALOR ARTIFICIAL
M A C H I N ES.
of many thousands wbo
Uioau for years, with th mo"t benefi
stuck of the
The Civil .Sights Kill.
us; TKIS OF THE Ddll
HAT TO THE (Ol.MUV.
We published formerly this bill, which
wns passed over the President's veto. The
constitutional right to adopt such a measure is based, say. the New York Tribune,
upon tbe second clause of the constitu-
" The Cosmoiolite " monthly magazine, published by De Leon A Co., Italti-morWe have before had occasion to
speak highly of this new magazine. Its
table of contents is " Reminiscences of a
Southern Hospital, by ts Matron ;"
" Dreaming in the Trenches," a poem ;
" My Countrymen," from the Cornhill;
"Cleopatra," a poem; "Inside View of
Uour Years in the Rebel Capital ;" "Mod-er- a
Fiction ;" " Gustave Dore;" "In an
Attic;" ' Rrussels, Orave and Gay;"
' ( Jossip." To be had at Scott Glore's,
agent fur Kentucky.
of the LoulnviUe
Daxville, Va., April
THE COmiTION OF THE
For the LoKs1. ill
Southern Publishing House.
To the Citizens of
You are already advised through the
press of our city that the General Conference of tho ?!ethodi"t Episcopal Church
South is in session in New Orleans, and
that this bodv will, in all probability,
remove from Nashville its great ruOlisn-int- r
House to some other city better cal
culated to subserve the interests lor wnich
it was located at Nashville.
At a recent meeting of a portion of pus-citizens, the undersigned were appointed
a committee, and requesteato act as a
Central Committee, to bring the importance of this matter before the
and, in conjunction with other committees, to canvass the city and raise by subscription such an amount to offer- - tbe
General Conference as will be likely to
make Louisville the successful competitor liefore the present General Conference
for so valuable an atlUition to our commercial, manufacturing and real estate
interests in Louisville. Your committee
are satisfied that Nashville will resist
any change of its location; thatMemphis,
Mt. Louis, llaltimore. anu oiuer oomts,
will use the utmost efforts to control the
action of tbe General Conference in bestowing tbe favor upon it. Your committee, from facts before them, are satisfied that Louisville, commercially, will
be largely benefited by having its lo- cation here. It is, as you are aware, a
Publishing Book Concern, using a large
capital, and employing a great number of
operatives, with such other attendant
elements and agencies that must necessarily make it a powerful instrumentality
in promoting the general prosperity and
business interests of whatever city shall
bo favored with its location.
Your committee feel satisfied that the
points alluded to will each avail itself of
all the influence that temjioral consideration can impart to effect its purpose.
llence.it is but reasonable that Louisville should offer inducements equaling,
if not excelling, any other place, if we
would add to the geueral welfare of our
city, and especially to tbe property-ownercommercial and manufacturing 4n--
A wsCTt.h cobbler, once In Borne,
Tut lorth a
That he'rl lie willing to rliiMioae,
'ora due couai'lerution,
secret which the
TIIE FOR KENT TRAGEDY, i
Letter la Relation to the .Marti.
oa Ueaeral Forret' Plantatio
Deplorable State of AOaii
among some Freetlniea Verdit
of the Coroner's Jury Forre
taken to Friar's Point for Tria.
Editors! We write this from
the thirl and last point where the capital
tional amendment recently adopted.
had a "local habitaof the
The second section declares all persons
Wo will 0?a oa
TIIKt F. tTIIH
tion" t then had no name. Twelve
WITI'P cathartic, aeoonori.
eie.eiFMr i.vi,)ii.oek romecy for alterative
i From the Memphis
in tho United
(M borntaxed, to be States, except Indians
. o.lt Ln.nic
monthsugo this day, "J. D.", the incaro( ll
alio kulnrn l.r
in fec-i- pt
Ui .Md IlitJinWIM disease. BliKMiSloui-r-iajntWe are
citizens of the United
of a letter from a
nation f the Confederacy, with the "Govr
eye witness of the tragic
noeentiveot II. e
F. a.1 telinw itpay rl hoiuda;. fer;"e,
States, and as such entitled to all the
v iirevaienl id wartu clini.no.
is. in cheap
Gen. torrests plantation last Satnrday,
ernment' deemed it a prudential measrights of person and property belonging
which g'e more complete and further
To our Count rj I'atronn.
Silence! the crAVer enters.
ure to ")ull up stakes" at Richmond and
to the white race. This does not specifiAmi cast, smun.l his
details than hare vet been published.
mr Imoni containing romit
-- then frowns,
Tro-I'mr?iiinl of ilif
curls his l:p the
itineratt. He brought up in this village,
We regret exceedingly to learn of the
a we hold ournolren resiHinslble ft.r kl cally include tbe right to vote.
J.ioo t ''OX of the Kkin end isoi.oral lierjllitv.
It is to
re misst wwoitv in lun
lawless conduct of certain of the negroes,
and "rged the machine." F.re it had
let tors ae
We are not make and enforce contracts: to inherit.
'1 he piun thst I pr
as narrated by our correspondent, ami
responsible forloiwos in the nia.:a.hould auy occur,
gotten it good running order, however,
An- every one of yml
LA ROB ASO SPLENDID STOCK OF
lease, sell, hold and convey real and pertrust sincerelv that, npon the arrival of
lor a.. It.
Itight learn tt if you
onlo-letuni are ri jipten j.
PftA movement is on foot to get the "old Bol" turned over to Grant, at
an officer of the froedmen's bureau, the
sonal property, and to the full and
"A Send . Harri knif.
t a Ionic and dloretle
having evaluated Richmond
publisbingestabli.shment of the Methodist
evils complained of will t remedied.
in o,.t Try ph
ryitiil lenrjits of aU laics and
e eti !... ietiof, ,e.tTm
ci,.r.cler. ano u. . t.irir
So eaiT is it none ran U,i
that tbe Coroner's jury
It will be
clerk or taiHT or a r PEA US.
for the security of person and city. ThisChurch South located in this on tho third when the aforesaid "J. D."
i,l li.n.n.ni. ...rcf tl,fki.'nv,nii Klaooor ni
merely state in their verdict the canse of
To make a hunilie pair of shots,
is a very extensive business, thouglt it advisable to "proceed." The
in resiorinr. ttieee
property. This would confer the right to
death, without asserting that the murder
hiu k tn ynr .h..i.i.
11. II. IJ0LLIXG,
Spring antl Snninier
nod tie lori diytw.
pa rs of boots
Anrl lAHe . nun
was committed in
iiOerod f.tr rear, fr
vote if strictly followed out; the right to and of some importance to Louisville. Its rest tte country knows.
And tut oil nil the toi".-Wbf ta e otTer to the public
OF FRANKLIN C O U K T T.
agents ami active supporters are not only
Sunflower Land:.'. Miss., Mjrch 31,
Shotly thereafter followed t:;e Yansit at the general table in hotels, Ac.
Uie failiifui end JudiCi- Is.;. Messrs. Editors: Allow mo to
i of (xriunibian
While this may be doubted, there is no in every State, but in every county, in the kees "n force," and the "year of jubilo"
give yoo an account of a serious ami very
Obituary Death of. the
These water are bottled front and pore, from aach
Derfslon I'pon the Proposition to doubt that in every sense they are placed South. Its location here is, therefore, val- was cone. Up to that time, the emanciunfortunate affair, which transpired here
or 1 ranee.
of the above uml
to eo careful and
Gen. Forrest had just
Call a Convention of the Canrna on a full legal equality with the whites, uable. Our citizens should bear in mind pation proclamation had not reached thus
brings us this afternoon 4o'cIock,from the landing,
Best and Most Reliable
Tbe Liverpool steamer
a manner thai they pi oo i . all their mediatout
intelligence of the death, at Claremunt, and noticing from the paper thai cholera
notwithstanding all State laws to the con- that material aid will be a potent argu- far, ant, consequently, the descendants of
cine, value for year, and will to. footid equally
f the ConacrTatiTe Heinoeratie trary.
ment, and they should act promptly, as Ham vere at their posts, still serving
of the r rencn, was reported la Mobile, went out to the
of Mane Amelia,
wbee drank thousands of aim distant, a
I 'eceased wa daughter of Ferdinand the quarters and set the freed men (who had Which were purchased si see the late decline la toil.
Nembera or the Eegialatare, If any person deprives tbe negro of any the Genertd Conference is in session and "Massaand Missus." Suddenly,however,
When taken directly from lb. epriisf.
Two Sicilies. She was been alio d to quit work at noon) at and will be sold as cheap aa they can be bouat la
First, King of tbe
Held fa Frankfort February one of these rights, he is liable to a fine will have this matter under consideration. the truh burst upon them that they were
of tnulatumt m4 noior Walrrt, tba
antl was marrieti in work cutting ui'ains about the honses and this or any other city. Onr
born in April,
wU of all inuiu (Amtrraa, E,iuire and ColumenNovember, lstm, to Ixiuis I'htllippe, then
not exceeding fl,00o, or imprisonment not
eaningnp the prercines inhabited by
Sf"In lstil some counties in Tennessee free. Then, for the first time, were
bian Waters are Lrauded oa Ike uI of tlie cork
the exiled Duke of Orleans. In isil, after hem. A freedman by the nauie of Tom
acted hire the scenes witnessed in Kenexceeding one year.
For the Loul.vllle Pemocrat,)
issued bonds to raise money to support
tlte fall of Napoleon, the Duke with his
dwards passed along and was told by
The District Courts of the United States the families of soldiers who enlisted in tucky, tt Camp Nelson and elsewhere, a
imAt a meeting of tho Conservative Demfamily removed to Paris and the
he General to Ms up about his quarters.
JOnMiik.. Water, i(
I C. 4i
k v Cu. j
mense estates of his father were restored He made no reply, but passed into his
ocratic member of tbe Legislature, held have jurisdiction over cases arising under the relK'l army. Wilson county was one twelvenonth previous. As if by magict
to bim. He now took up his residence room, and, with his knife in bis hand.
these laws, exclusive of the State laws, of them. The magistrates of the county the intdligence was communicated from
For all MaiufacturiEg Purposes.
at tho Lull ot Uie IIoiiho of Representaat tbe palace at Neuility, where most of corn men "ed eursing and abusing his wife.
eafrljr and aMmrrl;-- la boxoi raUablr for
tives, on the 6th of February, 1st;, on mo and concurrent with tbe Circuit Courts of have assessed a tax to pay those bonds. qnarterto quarter, "We'sall free," and,
There Tbe General followed bim and told him
his nine children were born.
tn anT part of th. world. Oonemw and
tho United States. An appeal is granted We presume this will be set down as dis- forthwi.h, the sable congregated at Dan
his consort devoted herself heart he must not abuse and whip his wire:
tion of W. R. Bradley, Esq., RepresentaFloAJD
EiupLn Wawn Id b. im, oontaininc 4 d
and soul to her maternal and pa- that he would not allow it. Tom replied HEAVT , FIAISIRISH FOPLISs;
to commence being free indeed. It
to the negro from the State courts, we loyal. We don't see, however, why a man ville
tive from Hickman and Fulton, it waa
Tb apeclaj attention of
r t doaa uaan bnUMwh. .Uumliiao wm In
ternal dutieei. By three events of July, thai he would whip his wife when he FOFLI2S-SRenotved, Til AT IN OUR JUDGMENT might say, in every case.
who has been on a debauch should not was Just in the midst of pitching crop,
oim cuulatuc art doara liaif fmu, or duarn
ls:lo, Louis Phillippe became King of the
"If you r ANC'T SILJtS es asjery grade. Checks, 9rpeo
Not satisfied with clothing tbe negro pay for the broken bottles and smashed-u- p and of vital importance to the farmers
French; but his tueen never appeared to on't stop and shut rrp, said: you
THERE IS NOW NO NECESSITY FOR
that tbe "help" should remain at their
have valued the station for any accession this broom;" giving himI'll the same with and Plaida;
A CAUL, OF A CONVENTION CF TIIE with extraordinary power, all district atat
of dignity and importance it
We will o0V
posts, any amount of compensation
fsold by all PrcUtt, Koleli,
slight stroke on
nt Boot and Shoe Manufacturers, PARTY, AND WE WOULD RESPECT torneys, marshals and deputy marshals,
Indeed, it is asserted that she was very when Tom repliod tne shoulder witb it.
Journal says wo are the wrong to secure which they freely promised
try striking at
Kcrtbanti and rirsKlisi Croccn.
officers and agents of the freedmen's buaverse to his assuming the scepter; she General with his knife, cutting him the 100 pieces FOULARD SILK at cents per yard,
FULLY URGE THE PARTY X0T TO
man in tho wrong place. That is very
worth fl B.
probably felt that his happiness, if not his one of his fingers.
CALL A CONVENTION, WHEN NO reau, and commissioners appointed by the true, if we are in the wrong place. The (advance they could not, for they had
The General then
spot for this mam- good name and his lile, might thereby be grasped an ax standing by, and struck fLAlN BLACK a Jeop.
ftotd oaly at arhotaaal by
nothing except the "Six months after the
Shall Louisville be the
NECESSITY EXISTS FOR THE SAME. circuit and territorial courts, are "authorSADDLE LKD HARNESS IfAKERS,
right man ought not to be in the wrong ratification of the treaty of peace moth publishing concern? which will bring periled; but when ho decided to le King, Tom a blow on the head which Instantly
ized and required to institute proceedings place.
J. B. Brunkr, Chairiuan.
The editor of the Journal ought between the United States and tbe Con to our city, as permanent residents, a she meekly troubles, place byover seekilled him.
EOTCSnSS SONS, Propr's.
against all and every person who shall to be there ; bo is used to it.
large number of the best and most 'elo- sharing his
I arrived at the scene about six o'clock.
?aTa!' Damson, Jretaries.
federate States," which were slightly be- quent divines of the Methodist Church ing to share his power. The French nand found about a hundred of the freed- - Our Dress Goods
violate tbe provisions of this act and cause
respected hr character, and never men greatly excited and disposed to mob
low par), but to no effect. The negro re- South; besides, nearly three thousand tion
Journal says "our neighbor ot
92 IUckAU street, New Terk.
The above expressei tbe opinion of him to be arrested, imprisoned or bailed,
Southern preachers, located in every imputed any of the King's perverse folly,
the Democrat," nnd then proceeds to fused to work at any prioe. To all prop- quarter of the fifteen Southern States, that led to such signal mistakes of policy, violence.
Afterward tho general came oat and
the Conservative members of the Leg. as the case may le," Ac. The commisOrdn hjr tva(1 iwiv proa.pl atteolloft.
sioners have concurrent jurisdiction in make a variety of statements which show ositions for employment they would re- - are its living, walking and talking to ber influence; still the strength of her made them a speech, deploring the affair
agents for its success. Our own energy, soul was never surmised until her hnsband and stating the particulars, and promia- islature, by whom tbe matter was dis- this matter with the judges of the district that he must have been very much fud- plv: "We's free; what for we work?"
Is complete, tncladln
This Btate of things lasted prottv much promptness and liberality will go a great found himsolf in danger of prevent tbe ng to await a legal examination.
hue LUSTERS, ALPACAS.
ELAI3E3. MOZAMcussed fully, and to whom interested and circuit courts, and can make arrests dled over the elections of Saturday.
during the sammer (of course with ex- Vay toward determining this important throne.whenand, kneeling before him, ex- some of the negroes exhibited an audacity
BIQUE). C, AC;
ceptions), the result of which was that question to our citizens.
and other parties presented every reason and try under this bill, and the marshals
that but two in a thousand whito men
We earnestly ask the citizens generally claimed: "C'est le devoir d'un roi de would show, the others were control!! 100
or the Day.
there were, comparatively, no crops
la partiralarly ioTttrd to the
pieces ORGANDIES at areola, worth Meenaa.
to Induce them to recommend a call. and deputy marshals are required tooljey
of this matter, and be ready to mourir parmi son peuple." But when he
There are upwards of two hundred raised. The amount of provisions "over" to think liberally to the call which will resolved on flight her presence of mind by tbe etfM of some of the most intellithem as the courts themselves; and tbe
VKOLIUU liDMU IM
was non est that is to say, it was not. respond
hold that the judgment of this
and guided him, as though he gent anddispersed the freedmen, anil they We hare mads large sudiUooo to our stocks of
commissioners can also appoint persons to and fifty prisoners at the Dry Tortugas.
From these, premises it is very easy to be made upon us all in a very few days. sustained a child. The sequel is familiar nally
to await the future.
caucus is correct; that any effort to call act as its officers.
A man in Wisconsin hung himself draw the conclusion that, at present, this
Any person resisting
Dnifi and all kind of Patent Medi-ciac- a,
to all the world. Louis Phillippe and These are tbe facts as I saw and heard
C. F. Harvey,
Ferfamara' aad Taacy
because his daughter experienced religion. is not a land "flowintf
convention will tend to disintegrate or obstructing these officers is subject to
bis Queen left Paris and fled to England,
B. F. Guthrie,
honey," nor overflowing with "hog and
The general has sent Ibr the deputy
Captain R. S. Ayres, an old
on tho 2tth of February, lss. Supported sheriff,
a fine of one thousand dollars, and imJohn A. Carter,
hominy." A few days' peregrination
and break tip the party.
who passed here
on the arm of his noble wife, he reached zens
C. G. Jones,
has been elected mayor of
through the country has served to connoti
prisonment not exceeding six months.
The vote tn the caueut itood vjon the
the carriage that bore tbem from their fied, of the neighborhood are being when
vince us that this is not the locality that
and will assemble
The Commissioner is paid ten dollars
kingdom, and.aftertwo years and a half of n investigation will tm bad and an in- Geo. W. Morris,
man is looking for who wishes to buy the
motion of Mr. Bmillfy, fifty-si- x
against a for each case brought before him, and the
Near Albany, last week, a youth of 85 surplus provisions.
With the New lasprorrmenta,
exile, he died,on the Jtith of August, ls.i0,at
J. S. Lithoow,
It would seem, in
uest belli, rrom the circumstances of Hosiery, Gloves and Wliita Go
Claremont, near tsher, Surrey, a resi- the case, it will merit and attract much
convention and nineteen for it.
Geo. W. Wicks.
iVr Pn.Ii THAT NFYFR FAIL
officers receive five dollars for each ar- vears eloped with a sweet creature aged "5 fact, that there is not a sufficiency of tbe
dence ottered to tbe exiled King and Queen attention. That it is most unfortunate is
necessaries of life to be had to sustain the
rest, with other fees for keeping the man years. Both were married and leave
by the liberality of her Majesty, and felt by all, and by none so deeply as And kei coofl.leot wo can please all who will call
A Word in Reply.
population till "harvest;" which latter
occupied when this
Radicals are trying to prove in custody.
Wbich t now rapidly i:ppnadliic a!) otli.m, heinf
effifim ir i,rt;
period will arrive at some very indefinite
Courier takes exceptions which the
Vr 4ana'aaVai.l dVliU W. deDalViliel. 1. lf tiat dJkftr- arknowlodfred by aU manufacturers
During the last month 2,079 children time for there are scarcely any indica- toThe Louisvilleexpression of an article was written. In lst4. Queen Amelie was tbe general himself. conversant with the apooaa.
The President may direct the arrest of
of Judgment that the ieoiile South are
the tone and
We are now prepared to maonfartntw
the tlovernment. Their witnesses, some any person by the Marshal when be ap- were in attendance at tbe public schools tions above ground of an approaching har- that appeared in our columns, a few present at the cousin, theof the Count the listing relations of affairs here for some
aad rxpertenoa to be the
I would most
weeks since, on the subject of a Demo- Panswith Duchess de Montpeusier, of
of them, have done vtry well to sustain prehends a breach of this law, and can of Indianapolis.
when lime past,suspension of respectfully this
The fact that there is not a sufficiency cratic convention. While we admire the
Tbe time for the departure of trains of provisions in the country to supply the
company assem- case, both North and
the point; but still others give a more order tbe military and naval force of tbe
7eal antl abilitv of the Courier, we cannot she,received from the
South, until the facts
favorable account. If they are not un- United States to aid in arresting. A final on the Nashville railroad has been demand, is rendered still more uncom- agree with it on this subject. In spite of bled a complete ovation.
are elicited by judicial proceedings.
k lif, i'rav.u. Brut i. rlt.
1 will now add some transactions which
fortable by the atlditional fact that the all its laDoreu, lengtnenea anu sptrneu arEEST LEATHER MACHINE
friendly, they can le made so, and the appeal in all cases is taken to the Su- changed.
From the Fayette iO. state ReLster.
people save absolutely no money with ticles, we are still unconvinced. Wo do
r.t.rrTAKrT Vmiiim.t h Mfr, mild ud
had previously occurred here that I had
On Wednesday week, in Mount Pleas- which to importthem from else "here, and
cTL4wii Worm Iwirojer.
Radicals are pursuing the very course to preme Court of tbe United States.
purposed writing, but have had no op- And will pay especial attention lo order kx these
not believe that the various elements of
accomplish the purpose. The measures
It will be seen that this law is as thor- ant township, Adams county, Pa., Mr. nothing to sell which will command it. oDDosition "will meet in tbe convention probably mamas, and proper papas, have portunity to mail yon. On my return (oila.
been shocked beyond measure. from Memphis, on the lsth ult. I learned
rv .f Hi camm of k.
During the war the culture of tobacco was as rivers mingle in the ocean." Such is
It Peter Weaver and his wife breathed their mainly abandoned, and what little had
In the world. It Dm a .mailer needle to carry the they are pushing through Congress aud ough as it possibly could be made.
not... history of tbe formation of parties at observing the recent advent upon our that during my absence (one week) one
thei..--. ..... ,
ame Blood thread than can be naed la any o lit or forcing on tbe South without any repre grants to the negroes rights and privi- last, within a few hours of each other. been raised, and was on band at the "col.,i
Af oivii worn
The mis streets, or tho new lastnon in crinoline, of the freedmen in my employ, his wife
S. BARKER & CO.
sentation, will make any people unfriend leges not given to the whites, and, in They had been married about fifty years; lapse," has been long si nee disposed of and sions and fury of conflict must be suffered! from the East, styled " Tilting Hoops." and son, bad deserted, and, as I suppose.
naoblne; doea not cat the leather, and tbe bale
immense lert ror tne treeximen's
Mecca, " Mem
ly to a government. It is not possible short, places them upon the vantage and, dying on the same day, their re- the proceeds consumed; so that, upon the to cool before there can exist much har Tbe latter comprise a frame of the
made by tbe needle la email and completely filled
u- fact that there is so circumference, that surrounds
fir rviiavbtd: retuedv tor Uieae lxud- they should be otherwise. The Union point, from which they could aid and mains were deposited in tbe same grave. a bad fix." country is unmistakably un- mony. The very opinion among promi- and upon which hang the skirts of tbe phis. The second day after I had gone he
by tbe thread, rwmbliof hand work. Ite eylindor
Very many persons who,
refused to work, aud lor two hours curs
promote tbe designs of tho Radicals, Mr. Weaver was in his 77th year, and his der the old regime, were rich, have not muchmen in everv profession and walk of owner. At almost every breath of air, ed, threatened and abused my partner
operator to handlei work rlth men of the South have been treated the
fill finm to tbe ehapeenable. the
now the means to supply themselves with life, about the call of the convention, and at every motion of the wearer, the
if atj auoain no
same way since trie leginning or trie were it not possible that tbe exercise of wife in her 70th.
States otli- l.ir and
cmm. and do many It ind that cannot b done on a
noops tilt up this way and that, atronlin
ot wishing a difficulty during my
Jas." Ste .' art, Esq., of Kittanning, tbe necessaries waslife. Whatever of mo- must convince every would attend thethat a varied and pleasing exhibition to the cers.
trouble. They labored hard to settle this tbe granted privileges would lead to a
asmaWiine. lie work la greatly admired
ney they bad
absence, they suffered his insults for two
either voluntarily or discord and division
difticulty between tbe North and South blood v war of races.
Pa., has in his possession a sword aud otherwise invested in the securities of the sembling of a convention. But the Cour- crowds of insolent ldters that constantly hours, for which they would have knock
by all manufartarera.
The hoops ed down a white man, or been severely
musket barrel, relics of Armstrong's ex- Confederacy and departed with it. Their ier claims that the opponents of the con- lounge around
without civil war, but the representatives
Rev. Stuart Rokiimox, D. D. Our pedition, which burned Kittanning in negro property is now verifying the truth vention are not tbe true Democracy, and are evidently intended to perform exactly whipped in the attempt. Mr Biffen-dachof the North threw every obstacle in the
of tbe Declaration of Independence; their denounces them as not being the adher- as they uo, ana the conclusion is inevita
then undertook to pacify him.
from Washington Presbyterian friends, and indeed many 1756.
lands they still have, but it were better for ents of the Democratic faith and the sup- ble that ladies (?) wear them because ot wnen ne insulted and abused her. using
Evangelical denominathis peculiarity. A Now York writer epithets that would not look well in a re
not prepared for either peace or war. Tbe others of all the
The arrest of B. Hutchings Badger, them if they had them not; for the reven- porters of Democratic principles.
be greatly gratified, as
Union men South got no encouragement tions, appeared to
on a criminal charge, is the theme of ue officers of the Government, ignoring
It is very kind in the Courier, after its exclaims: "Out on this indecency that spectable newspaper. That night the
on Sabbath They listened once more to
the connection between taxation and long absence from Kentucky, and at the would disgrace honest Pagans! Let gro went over to V orrest s plantation, and
Alwavs liarry to exhibit and explain or protection. Tbe latter still urged con Dr. Itobinson preach the Gospel. Though much discussion in financial circles in representation, are here in force assessing same time highly creditable to its discern- every modest woman, who has been the aext day returned with two men and
m. !.,.'". iu'm to every one wuemer
to ciliation. Thy desired some jolicy that it was not generally known that be Chicago.
aud collecting on tbe landed estates "the ment, that it knows more about the pol- tricked into getting these traps of the tour women ; the three men armed with
purchase) or not.
harlot as the latest ' fashion,' pull them a revolver, a Spencer rifle, and a double- would give them some ground to stand
Bowman's Block, near the custom- special war tax of 1S61." Notices are itics of the State than those who have oil
and burn them! Let every p;frent barreled shot-guwould preach in the morning, yet the
They again threatenLaiu. t or iMue by
upon. If only a resort to arms conld be
house, Milwaukie, was destroyed by fire scattered people that the country, assess- been part of themhave the past live years. see to it that bis guileless daughter is not ed tho white men, and
sharpened its wits.
Second Presbyterian Church was full of
then entered our
Travel seems to
postponed for a few months, there would
Friday morning. A young lady occupy- ments are paid by a day named, the lists We impugn the motives of no man. We disgraced by ' following this lash ion,' to premises and commenced carrying away
RQTHCHILD & BID'S,
worshipers, anxiously waiting for the ing a room in the block was so badly will be forwardou to Washington, when
WM. SUMXER & CO.
be time for the tide to turn. They dosired
desire the triumph of the Democracy in provide berwhile in his as are modest, and our property. On being remonstrated
house, to play the witb, they brought the Spencer rifle to a
that the opportunity for collision of arms appearance of their pastor and friend. burned that she can scarcely recover. payment, with ten per cent, added, can be Kentucky. We want the Stat govern- forbid her, wanton:
made in thirty days, in default of which, ment administered by Democratic hands. airs
Successors to J. B. Emmit A Co.)
cliarge bavonet position, and cocked it.
should be avoided. For a time the ob His text in the morning was from 1st The loss is about J15.000.
Tho sight of a lady going up Court Tbe white men finally got a dead aim a
confiscation will follow. Under this state We iielieve the sincerity of a man when
No. X Masonic Temple, Lonifrille, Ky. ject of their hopes seomcd to be realized. Timothy, 1: 15. " This is a faithful say
with street, the other day, in a high stated little ahead, and made them "ground
nerve is strained he says he is willing to
The beautiful village of Holly Springs, of case, of course
JJo, 1Q3 Fourth BtTeet, ei3t Side.
But the blow was struck the very blow ing, and worthy of all acceptation, that Miss., destroyed during the war, is being to raise the required lunu, to meet tbe ue- - the Democracy, anu, no matter to wnst "tilting" excitement, set us to wondering arms.
mand: but much difficult v is ex Derienced ai.l. ho adhered during the war. or under whher female modesty wasn't a mere
load from one barrel of
tbe Secessionists wanted an excuse to Christ Jesus came into the world to save rapidly rebuilt.
And we likewise won the shotgun, the
in doing so; and it is said that many what banner he fought, we say now, as sham, after all.there was any
which now have
thing under possession, I found it Ito consist in my
rrom th R.rt
strike, They knew very well that blood sinners, of whom I am chief." We shall
Major L. Dubois, lately of Beaure-eard- 's farmers, heretofore well-to-dwill be we have alwavs said, that we are willing dered whether
one. of i
how oiTr-the sun no matter how uumodwst that charge of powder, a benvy chargeof a full
not attempt to give even a brief outline
ot tlii'-would change the issue and sweep away
staff, has devoted himself to lit- unable to make the payment. (Our pri- to act with hiai, to vote with bim, to
sex would shrink from doing, if shot, one buckshot and jive common but- Mu ti one
ttmt w'l '(
of the discourse; suffice it to say, that erary pursuits, and is lecturing in vate opinion is that the Government will clothe him with the highest political trust. the faironly fashionable.
a large part of tho support Union men
umsu of ihm following tiootiav to- no ir- it was
not beenriched unfeh by the acquisition of Wo would fain hope that there is
lets. AS ne saitl no meant to
it was a clear presentation of the Gopel Charleston.
We expect soon to chronicle the arrival Tann, I tutlge he load! to kill. shoot ne
were able to give tbe Government.
title to these lands by "confiscation or reconcilable diffeienees in opinion, on
of a lot of "false calves," about which
plan of salvation, and the beautiful
The military commission for the pun- otherwise;" for we cannot see how it was fundamental principles, among the De- Round Table has bad so much to sa v, the gro s name is John Wilson; heavy set. a Matirii m.r Fmiwii si,u
All recollect that, in the progress of the
formerly lived in Month
adaptation of the Gospel to the felt wants
ibat so dense a population could have mocracy of Kentucky.
war,emancipation proclamations and
ishment of the Belfast guerrillas, at Mo- been subsisted on the products of this
The new style plug hats are equally as MemDhis. Ho la wearinir emrxl clothed
The issue of convention or no conventhe close of the
bills swept away all opposition In of the human soul. At
bile, has finished its labors and dissolved. country for so long a period in the best of tion we deplore, and wish there could be handsome and graceful aa the "tilting ueionging to me, ana 1 hope the nreeu- services large numbers of his congrega
times. We would not like to lay a wager unity and harmony on the subject; and skirt. a great pity that men and women men s bureau may arrest him, for which Lawno of
tbe South. Union men could say nothing.
pr m ;
Tbe merchants and business men of on
1 wm pay ntty dollars, if justice is
pastor as he descended
production of one barrel of corn our honest opinion is that such an incondone F'urd aad !! rrr-J-:
Every step showed that the Government tion met their
Montgomery have organized a chamber per the
it: utnavni of
siderable minority of the people of this make fools of themselves, antl wear arti both parties.
fr6tn the pulpit, and gave him a cordial
waa determined to do just what the rebels
ooersive measures for State want a convention at this juncture, cles abont as becoming to them as a silk
How rigidly the
I fonnd such a growing audacity to
welcome, which must have been evidence
ana gown would be to an elephant. Just for
of Irti Linrr 'w mmt qaavaUtl4;
had alleged to justify the rebellion, nd
Gen. Wheeler is about to be made su- collection will be employed by the Treas that the agitation of the question, dele- fashion's sake. "We grieve for the good ward white people, among the baser toLii)a I'tvaiaVBtio;
enough to him, if any had been needed
the freedruen, backed by a mobbing
assembling of the sparse
which Union men had denied. It would,
perintendent of the Montgomery and Eu-fa- ury Department remains toisbeseen. better even thewill have no effect upon the pub- old days of Adam and tve. '
gether from adjacent plantations, with
This section of the State
having twice refused to dissolve the
fire-arthen, of course, be easy to show that tbe after
loaded to kill white people, and
condition than any other. This region lic mind. The great danger of a convenCFTSUL FIliCEEUILDIHGS,
pastoral relation that their affection for
Presentiment of Death. The Sussex noticeu such an increasing disposition F irtHi
The churches of Columbus, Georgia, alone escaped the desolation consequent tion seems to us to be in the almost inSouth, instead of yielding, was more dis- him had not lessened by his long absence.
npon the occupation and march of armies. evitable rupture that would take place (N. J.) register relates a singular story of a among seme to idleness and ice, that I Lilian ol VVid.n
!. ivr Hum m1 ym? wr;
posed than ever to resistance.
have refused to close their night meet- Not until after the surrender was any body
SorlhrMl romrr Fifih and Jefferson ttrfrb,
A fuai iio of !aptitfa' ni w' .tsito. ittea
as Southern citizen of Newton, in that State. It is of felt that the good and order, the peace
Many, 'also, lingered at the door of the
between that class known
When the rebel armies surrendered, the
ings, at the request of the Mayor. In re- of troops stationed at Danville.and then but men and the moderate, constitutional
and quiet of this section, both white and
to greet him as he passed out.
people South generally accepted tbe situ
LOUISVILLE. KY-- ,
for a very short time was the sixth corps Union men. Both of these elements are a Mr. Lorenzo Demarest, who summoned blacic, called lor tne presence of an o racer
ta larf fuxl ooniTJ'tes, antl wwM
In the evening Dr. Robinson preached taliation, the City Council has closed the
Id rwipi, throagaoiib u. mmob, of bw u4
pastor to his house last Wednesday of the bureau.
here; so that
such a the infirmities of
Uavtwg toi" i ti up MUtir orRihi (vivvrRrrAL ETcrj Machine Warranted TlTf Tears. ation, and it would seem that a peaceable in the First Presbyterian Church to a very hospital to all unable to pay expenses of camped of the State, whilst in alland in Eowerful, and that we do not believe they his said that he should certainly die
that my partner, before of the fact, written by
conrestoration of the Union was a possibility, large audience every seat being filled treatment. Meantime the small-po- x
my return, together
many instances the houses were utterly are yet prepared to act harmoniously in
J. BOTH CHILD tt BSO
d. stroyed, in this locality nothing of corrvention. Thov are gradually uniting. night, with the further statement that tho with my views, aa strong and full as I
OF FAMILY SEWISfl DOSE if a restoration of the Union was really to its utmost capacity.
4 I.L KINr
His subject tinues to spread.
u moil h Hit.
been could write tbem, with an urgent and
- V at short aouoa.
was done; yet tbe condition here
State officers are to be
No. 193 rourth rtroot, East SUo.
i iiax bv or wilt. iB
Berry, charged with the mur- the sort we have described it above only and by the time in complete union, and night previous, his father, who had
the discourse of
chosen, will be
dead many years, came to him and kissed earnest appeal to lot. 1 nomas to send an op; it
arUk. Linen Thread. Cotton, Ac, a fall assort- The real Union men of the South hoped on thisasoccasion wasthe fifteenth chap- der of Mr. Clapp, at Montgomery, Ala., is what
OtHeer here at once to investigate affairs,
mith ihUrbt 1a- - ment oonslanUy oa band and aold at New York
preparad to go into convention. We opJesus,
for a result they always desired. A reThe most encouraging feature to be seen pose the call in no bitter or captious spir- him, and drew his cold hand over hi and deploring resnlLs that might ensue;
Luke. His elucidation of that has been acquitted by the court-marti- al
is the fact that the people are not disposed it. We believe that the liberties of this breast. Here Mr. Demarest showed with as, also, a statement from General For
turn to their constitutional rights, so sol- group of parables, iorming one grand and restored to duty with his company.
Salesrooms and OfSoe 7 Masonic Temple.
leieri2eiUPd u HAih.iiiaiB our
to repine or despair; but, instead, are re- country depend on the restoration of the his own the direction his father's hand rest, and another from Ur. A. M. Hender
emnly promised at the origin of the war, panoramic picture of redemption, was
W. H. OOLUEEMAN, 4 CO.
Hollobush A Co., St. Louis, have fail- joiced that matters are no worse, and Democracy to power. All we have said
had taken. " That," said he, " means son, Mr. .Miller, to and taken inand pre
arown aisanecliou u any were very line. In the lost sheep, aud the ed for 550,000. They have made a clean hopeful of better times.
Conoral A cents.
about the coming couvention has sprung
They have gone to work with a hearty from the best motives, and been prompted death. It is cold there already." ne sented to Col. Thomas' Adjutant Gener
lost piece of money, the preacher held thing of it.
good will. The negroes, many of them, by a zeal for the interests and success ot then said that be wanted his body con al, on theiiu. Mr. Miller returned hero
We have now had time to see what th
up the Divine side in
having tried one
Sewing Machine! dominant party design, and it is not a tion. In the prodigal the work of redemp- crevasses OrleansMississippi state that the work), have foundyear ot ireeuom curse, the party, but we believed. issue are not in- veyed to a certain place for interment on thothat an having should be sent. asejur- of events
that the ancient
OF LOUISVILLE, KT.
leaving the paterthat he wished a funeral discourse to be
While many of the freedmen work
restoration of the Government we fought nal home, and all his subsequent wander that city are very serious. It is feared in which the sweat of the brow is alluded will soon prove that we counseled well,
Mt. Sterling Sentinel,
fir Onnn of Tnrnrtln and onr fniit for
preached after his decease, and that great well and prove worthv. other am Isit
to, includes them, though free, and have
;?ir;,:X An Indispensable Family to maintain, but something entirely tin ings, he exhibited tho human side of the that tho whole country down to Bayou made contracts to labor for tbe year,
care should be taken lest he be buried and stubborn; and those are the ones
WX OFFER OUR XJfTIRX STOCK 0T
like it. State organizations were set parable. In this part of the subject, the Plaouemine, and even to Bavou La- - which, thus far, they are complying with
ml'! and thtisani
who are most vicious, insulting and
Orn Gain in Conneci ictt. The great alive. At midnight of the same
evenin abusive. There is no punishment for
the Democratic party
aside, as if defunct, and other organiza- - preacher painted some
pictures fouche, will be submerged. Crevas- very well. in There are instances, not the f?ain for cau only le realized bvin Con he was found dead in his bed.
orimA here ami thn vietnii. m.m .r loot,.
which they appeal to
tions were substituted to conform to the of tbe experience of lost sinners. The ses are also apprehended in other secA
to cause troublo and destruction to
rmreau (it 8 nere) to lnienere tu ttn-i- r
tbe count by congressional districts; and,
Mi utt futMiR upPaWsuperb dtsalesroom at HAVE wisues OI lue coiujueror. t ijuh luwe tir--- thirl division of this discourse was, the tions.
Fossils. Interesting remains of the Pi others.
which of course it does: but upon considering the fact that the State is at
Ozr Course of Instruction
In conclusion, I may now repeat, aa 1
PnlMtion, which the people South ac- conduct of the elder brother, in the.para-ble- ,
the whole, they are doing much better present represented by four Abolitionists, losaurvs have iuite recently been added
The Charleston Courier states that
taooot ' hort Ooirmnorr-i.- "
wrote Col. Thomas, that the peace and
vote by districts is as follows:
was hoped or expected.
Nmifc kl irikhklKII . BLK;
to tho collection of the British Museum,
representing tbe ethical religion, ;?,200 freedinen have left North Carolina than white people accept the issues of the
W here tbey have for aal erery apec? of
quiet of this section are in jeopardy.
1 Kl .
pr.flior-- 1 I.J II
Congress were elected; but they are not which would claim tbe Divine favor on since January 1st, to work in New Eng- the war, acquiesce in its results with Cbttn(i.
.K .tn. h...ii .ui
and will be described in the forthcoming
Hoping, forthe sake of truth, you may
I Lan 1 kaii I I sl H N and- Family and Manufacturing received. One-haHiMrist.
of the Union proceeds account of gtiod work and high moral land, on contract, at ?J0 per month, and what grace tney can command, anu are
volume of the Palaeontographical Socie publish this, and, if so, promising you
I4ifclllit.4 MNtl a v.r.otT of
disposed to deal justly with tbe negro.
HIM.. t.Kn tr...i I
to prepare for radical changes of the Gov- character. Jt was an able discourse.
ty's memoirs, by Professor Owen. The further particularsB. B. future time,
Dr. that more will follow.
They uo not censure mm lor
Of the furious iMtrltt patent. Theme Machine
tooinOinc K.w..o- - on. lnii.l
ernment, regardless of the sentiments and Robinson seems to have lost none of his
AT TOSITIYELY COST.
remains consist of a nearly perfect skull
Additional arrests have been made of freedom when tendered him. From our Abolition MajorPy
..l,.rv PI tK .!! NRt. hnve tofii toiic tn umt tui-- thoroughly uUMl. 1 hey
l. T.ol ...- -'
Sunday, April 1st, 4 r. m. The followSECOMD DISTRICT.
and against its former zeal for a pure Gospel, and dealt persons concerned in the stupendous observations in the country and converowjit.a-- : are now id operation lu
interests of the other,
with the lower jaw of the same animal ing is the verdict of the Coroner's jury:
tUL Kaiiu. 1
t Hundreds ofLoulMllle
sations with the people, both white and New
Families, unanimous protest.
some heavy blows at that Phariseeisin (Quartermaster frauds at Nashville. Sevwhich are but slightly distorted from their
statb of Mississippi, Coahoma Corr.
satisfied that Mldillenex
TKiiMM inr ADVACE. j And in every instance; have riven tl.e rnTipW-eWhat have those South to say who which stands outside and grumbles at eral persons known in this city have colored, we are thoroughlyluruiauin tuo
normal form. The skull measures near TT, April 1, lSo6. We. the jury of tho in
those sensation reports
quest, summoned to view tho body of
or thetbornnrli ornirno of tn.trw'tlon In TVv
fought for a restoration of the Union, not the enthusiasm of men in earnest about bad a hand in the "spoils."
press, relative to. the spirit upon Democratic majority DISTRICT.
ly five feet in length. The rami of the i nomas
O! Hiiy arru-i'THIRD
a negro man or freedin toe ni.rKeu
mal(i.n.','i An hmoiio. f'oaman- lnrned too.ll and ex- - for something else a party would make? salvation. He looks a little older than
There were several fires in New York tbe part of the. Southern people to whole
lower jaw are each upwards of five feet man, deceased, having been duly sworn.
uri-aiil What .banc does the Government give
hi n. io; , lU. Ui- pri l.Ofc of review free
treat the negro, are made out of
find that the said Edwards came to his
when we saw him last, but that is the Friday. Loss, f sOO.OOO.
feel sore over
J 16 ft.
long, from the pivot on which they work teat
cloth. That they should not
h in the afternoon ol tho :'.Ut nltimo.
those South who wish to sustain a Union only perceptible change we could discovChas. Gibbons died of delirum tre- the loss of the property owned by them in
i.p sod Anthn
to the front point, where they umte.
from a blow on the back of the head de
upenoruy oftheS'.tites in peace, who always have
the negro is quite impossible; but they
er in him. We trust he may long be mens in Cincinnati ou Friday.
P.tyu.'l'i ' tl.r- -. a..w)iti .Mune.
livered ty . 15. Forrest, with an ot.
To Keep Eoos, The reason eggs decay during an altercation
know that it was by reason of no action
i.. mi i niuUili
A "bummer" in Cincinnati was or- of the negro tkat they sustained the loss,
spared to preach such a Gospel as he
between said parties,
for ttuarier ol iLree iu.iHhs.
is that the atmosphere penetrates the arising irutu tue niter. erence or said or
Betwooa Brook aai rioyi,
They are sileuced by the conduct of the preached on last Sabbath.
dered to pay a fine of f 150 and costs, and nor do they hold him in any manner re111,77
hot. Mrleot i lid
Hour or IuK(ru ( ion.
pores of the shell, evaporates the waUry rest to prevent the deceased from abusing
Congress of the United States,
to be confined in the county jail at hard sponsible for it. In fact, we have conRETT TXil FROM
Uis uKueirueu B wile.
From to It avuink a. h. ; from 1 to
r. at., and
many intelligent persons,
fciyTbe Radicals wished to have a vote
t RiKTLrrr si.amu mac iiise.
The result shows a gain ot two con portions inside, and the decay begins.
not, in fact, a Conpress, but a quorum,
WF. ARE DFSTROrSOF box enure Slat.-- wl
froui uj P- at B.l.l.
for the period of thirty days, for versed with coming to the conclusion
aad aow ue
Win. J. Steele,
The. II. McNeil,
who are fast
fNsKn rNPFR iniv.-- r A Kr-- rOFan. HOWK.. which denies representation to eleven on tbe civil rights bill on the 5th. Dixon labor
gressional districts, and also that a sound remedy is to immerse the eggs in boiling
iiie-I j Who or onlynoon
J. E. Jones,
E. II. Maupin,
carrying a pair of brass knucks.
negro is tue greatest loser by Democratic district requires oi.tuo voters
witmivo CLASSES AX- - Kt.le and the toer.ebt u. Ma rineW1io-.i- thf A U'k-0- States.
B. B. Biffendacher, J. F. Bandy,
and Wright were in Washington, but
It cost Cincinnati last month ?93,-41- 3 emancipation (in which opinion we cou- - for a represeutative, w hile a strong Abo water for a few seconds. It is easily done.
C. S. Graff,
We a .111 Afente to
C. W. Tann,
or f.mr Di""on riiner-roen- .
for a hundred eggs in a basket can be
cur- There is no telling what this revolu- sick and not present. Mr. Wade (Dislition district needs only 15,77t.
SO, expenses of the city.
pay ' t"
Colioreopen throughout the entire year and no lai-- t mm HWIO'is. V'tl! eond ri
Andrew Johnson is becoming the
.Philadelphia Age, itb inst.
mi 1dipped at once into a tub of boiling water,
tionary junto may yet foist upon the union, Ohio) opposed any postponement.
W. T. Mitchell.
j. p. Hutchinson.
r or iinn., leima,
Five girls have been arrested in New watchword of the people. He is thorikk" country in the shape of bills, now that If this was an ordinary question, be
in. iner panirniars oat: at the cn'ieee rooms.
They are to be held in the water long
Oar stock embraces everything usually kept la a
Gen. Forrest has surrendered himself to
stamp nd a
we must to the
oughly indorsed; but
The Cattle Plaque. Tbe weekly reYork for arson.
. Shaw, Ivputy Sheriff of tbe coun
twenty at a fast rate.
It was a matto overrule tbe would have no objection.
:i"os. i'biuHioipijia. fa.. T.iiodo, thev have the
ports of thtj English cattle plague still enough to count
Mrs. Ellen Judd, residing near In- cars
ty, and will proceed to Friar s Point.
Dry Gooda Store.
tp-President. If the people South are not ter of the authority of Congress. The dianapolis, Indiana, walks two miles and
w,Ui doubie or single thre.d
show a gradual diminution in the num- Tbe heat of tbe water congeals the surface
Pickinh. The question of laCotton
the albumen immediately under the
un rieudly to the Government, they can President had no right to veto their acts. cuts a cord of wood every day, by which
SOLS ONLY ET SUESCEIPTION.
The lTTRmrE. The Emperor Itur-bitl- e,
ber of animals attacked. During the of l,
bor in the Southern cotton fields is likely
to close ont onr Muck la
thus forming an
coatwho, without bloodshed or war ae- - It ear lnteouoa
be made so universally almost, and this and was playing tbe part of a dictator. So means she supports a large family of
week ending March 3, the number attackWANTFD TO CAITVASa THOR.
to be soon solved. It is stated that a cot- ed was 7,"10; for the week ending March ing, which prevents evaporation antl cured the independence of Mexico, is in
AOFTTO ow oi.miy In Kontu.-kTIL IL VLTTERLEIN & SONS,
Congress knows how to do it. Of course far lrom its being any reason, because children.
timately connected with Mexican history,
ee for uu. fonowit tauuauie houlhrn Hietortoe;
ton picking machine has been invented
memliers were sick who desired to uphold
one measure after another, received with
for the week ending March
Hwtory of the War trr E, A
and among the people of that country
The young men recently nominated
that will perform the 10, C,51; and
new OMUliiHe, With Ju
uuiveral digust by nearly half the Union, the depotic assumptions of the President, to the West Point Academy are notified in Massachusettsmen. This machine, its 17 (the latest report y, H,261. The total Genuine Kepi-blh-aIS w York.
Tactics. A ants. affection is stillhas for his descend.1 100 d "tool I'ortrs". per o
f. SwHithorn twioraih. 17 hW J'ortratta, ptatn
and with stern opjHisition from a large that postponement should le agreed to, to assemble there in June, to le examined labor of report,
animals attacked since the Hartford (Conn.) dispatch to the lioston lieen negotiating to secure a some time TIsH- - wo sets aa eariTcan mm all who. are
an.! raro Nmncaun.
recognition s rw..-- fuorl
will gather cotton as number of
i. x in.i iosISI KfilVilin oaa new ho
for taking every advantage
tiliiom i;oiir.u 'ba.f ,Y
VETTERLEIN & CO.,
began was 203,350, of which
7iart of the other half, must be executed be (Wade) was
prior to admission.
a. W .wnoo
"In tfie town of Portland one hundred of hisorthrone fromprevent their descend- HiliilMt'ifusliUU. oi&e fuotia e
as men can lie expected to do it; plague
at least to
visiting corrosoornline prtc
force. The Radicals are consistent in which tbe Almighty had put into their
died, :;9,W were killed, 2,5J recov- and fifty Iiemocrats remained away from ants,
Great excitement is said to prevail in
work at distances varying from six
STARR A BROTHER.
4. Oftl. ial Honor" of Battiea.
refusing to the South the rights of States, hands. The President had picked thW Hanover county, Virginia, in conse will to
result of 1!,:'.73 cases is not the polls, being threatened with a dis- espouse where they would naturally
a. irtorraa and ills Men, by rial ile fcoihoMor
six foet.and will take the cotton ered, antl the
the cause of the republic. The
charge, by their employers, if they voted
and it will soon be necessary to discard quarrel with Congress, and for the sole quence of the discovery of rich silver
he securetl by a secret agreement
a. Lik uf
FRANK LI ?f I'SCRANC"Car,A'T,
only from the ripened bolls, lenving the
reason that he wanted the rebels
mle. Vork, rUiialiphia, or shipment
Afl thoaoo.-- . Ww. are tiavtnf an In
fcr'd. I J r
Locwviui, av., April at, lssa.
these right altogether.
mines in that county.
How characteristic this is of that par- made between the children and grandr
undeveloped ones uninjured, and not
r H A .M K r.
Consiperaiii.e Style. At a ball given ty,
and lo nu u'-- in U'O fioid are O.hi.
1. Main St., linulsrilie. ky.
which regards the laborer as merely children of Imrbide, and the Minister of
It will soon lie a plain case that the peo- back ltere occttpving their old seats. If
A treaty with the Seminole has been harming the plant.
ewr) tieee. a) any are niaK Mi from $&i 10 n. .r fel&eodxm
in the city of New Orleans a short time the tool of capital, and which never omits Foreign A flairs of the Empire, at
Aay. U e wafii at. airu r .vert uian and enmity
he (Mr. Wade) did not oppose this usurpaem were ilui
ple South are unfriendly to the Govern'I on iiowioo.
concluded. The trilie cedes 10,ooo acres of
aiecteu for u
on September !, Istvi, which bos
In Kooiik-.HEWITT, NORTON & CO.,
since, by the milliners and modistes, the an opportunity to insult and degrade
Lvltoe an4 oitiot wtl; a no Uile a ohm pr.itilatiioom- tion, and take every advantage which the their reservation for the use of
ment. It may be assumed without
Ovsters in Old Salt Marshes. An dress of one of the dancers caught fire. him. The narrow margin of the Radical just been support public Maximilian
JAMES TRABUK, FreaMenm,
and educate twoof Iturtttotlirwl
Its friends will be silenced. They Almighty tillered, be would be scouted by Indians.
Commlbhlon 71erflin.ii In,
English paper says that an experiment The Star of that city says: "Some idea of majority, in Connecticut, was securetl bv bide's grandsons, and to give
A. II kKl liihi), Lelev ,0. K'T.,
the jieople whose representative bo was.
such rascality. Cincinnati Enquirer. "
Oon 1 Afoot lur kentui-Advices from China report that forty- - in the cultivation of oysters in tbe old
xi.nsi, nn. additional
New Orleans. will have no defense to make.
her style of dancing may be gathered,
and two per cent, of tho garrison at Hong
He was willing to sit iiere all
H. D. Newcomo,
We recollect the pledges and promises
salt marshes near Lymington, Hants, is when it is known that tho dress caught
To be Continued.
It Ls reorted a v annuities amounting to "never toper an- J. R, Wilder. Ooo. w. Morrie. Wm. Qarrln.
necessary. The majority,
J. a Litheew.
R. ATKINSON & C0n
and they promise
upon which this party got men and mo- however, did yield, and postponed the Kong had died in nine months from some successful. Many thousands of oystets fire from one of the chandeliers over- that the Republicans in Congress, after num; Empire without the previous au- Jno. &. Smith, ioha White,
Joe. F. Torblu.
(Saouosaors to Hewlu dt Co.)
private consultation, have agreed to con- to the
taken from various grounds are laid head."
ney at the start to prosecute the war for vote till tbe next day. There were twelve, strange disease.
tinue the session until Iecemler next in thorization of the agreement or legitimate Wm, H issues, Jan. S. Fnotpa,
Advices front Mexico state that Gen. down, and some time hence means will
secures toe The
which it now apjiear they however, who agreed with Wade to take
New York. the Union,
order to prevent tbe President
Hrrris Pasmcas declared
Decision of the Com mission er of Pen
certain oilicers, ami for other absence of the Iturbides of all Mexico, awl r aid hr thai Compear to Inert marina eoasem
didn't want. They may scoff now at their the advantage God bad given them. They Ogarzon has proclaimed himself Presi be taken to secure the spawn. Old oyster
having been purjioses, of course. Their majority lur- antl relieve Maximilian,
JAIIES HEWITT & CO.,
pledges. Power can do so with impunity ; were Chandler, Conness, Cresswell, How- dent in Culiacan, under the Constitution shells are lor this purposestrungon cords sions. Frequent inquiries
anxiety about their opptting his Gov- era since March, let, with average s ria cut
can ing so large, they can easily
No. 56 New t-- New Tork City.
ponds near the
and bad faith do
Liverpool, but. after all, falselnxid world of ours, bad ard, Nye, Poland, Pomeroy, Ramsey, of The mines on tho Colorado river are stretchedthese thetherising generation sur- made as to whether pension money Bar- relieving manage to number do this. By ernment, ifIt is scarcely to be supported, ally interested Insorera proOtn.the Company are aqa
each month however,
whether stork holders
good chance to
lie attached tor debt, Commissioner
keep a quorum and
not win at last in this
-or not, without aay rosporulbility whatever.
lsAIiF ON CONSIMNlfFNTS. Tonce pooneoned
Stewart, Wade and Yates.
ArVANCTX .noun 00 pivea u the moo if
rett has decided that such money cannot majority on their side alwavs present. a regain the Empire they will neglect by as lew as charted by any food Company,
0. W. THOMAS & CO.,
reported as very rich, and the ore is ac- dutifully adhere, if all be propitious.
as it is.
their ancestor, that
Mi lohstto. AH orooni for purchAAe
Wash. Cor. Philadelphia Age.Aprli:!.
be held, as the money allowed pensioners
ft. A B Rowins K t, .or 7.
cumulating faster than tbe trains could
and Inrwsrrtod without doi.y.
avail themselves of it, Philadelphia
irI5oth the Journal and Courier think
In 1aii.viiii. are Meoors. Por;.?-TIndiana Republicans, when
Fal.se Eyes. The manufacture of false is in the nature of a gratuity, and there
made a wonderful reply to the remove it.
Proposals Tor Building a Turn-pik- e
ter, iairfhi A o.. il.nMubUA anooi arilors - and
BTWIo you propose to put Ike into a Ledger, oth instant.
ja;-they met in convention, were not exactly they have
ay lie sent to
store, Mrs. Partington?" asked a friend.
The hotel proprietors of New York eye is a thriving business in Paris. Four fore not liable.
for objecting to the Council
certain into w hose bands they might fall ; Democrat
Peath of a Soldier of
"Yes," replied the old lady, "but I'm
at sold, and the twelve
giving their attorney six thousand dollars meet this week to consider the expedien- hundred a week
BTUlIon. Charles James Eaulkner has pestiferous to know which. Some
" WILL BR RFri!TTTT
o they indorsed both tbe President and
tell of the veteran pioneers, the sturdy Indian
establishments in the business employ
per annum. Tomppert signed tho ordi- - cy of reducing tbe price of board.
taken the oath and resumed the practice me the wholesome trade is the best, but I tighter, ami the gallant soldiers of tho
of each voter there is
last war with Great Britain, has gone. at.l. biiiUer or oru.iors
JQIIS SSVDEB 4? CO.,
believe the ringtail will be the most
A number of postofflees were, on Tues- 210 workmen. For poor people there are of law in Berkeley connty, Va.
Tllll.llin n-l- .l
Ca.pt. Wm. R. Coin ha, eldoat brother of aiatuna sod rv,l!n, tbe
second-banJohnsonian, and the other Radical half
eyes, which have been worn
KcFEKEAN & KENEFEE,
of that? A Mayor is not bound to veto day, reopened in North Carolina, Georgia,
Gen. Leslie Combe, died in Frankfort on
white and half black. Tbe black part is
for a few months by eyeless nobles and
, oaly'or twine whsi wsJaT
IraT'A sale of Government mules at
Eanter Monday, in the soth year of his
(Let. of iANtlerlll Ky.)
every bill he would not vote to pass, and Louisiana and Texas.
said to lie spreading in some, and the white he can't be held responsible for every act
Pine Bluff, Ark., on the 17th ult., realized edVfaslionable life, whose parlor i" saYd
Bare removed to
The water at Sacramento, Cal., is five then exchanged for new ones.
D COm- - chee. In l ur, lad. T tv. "n" u.
MERCHANTS, in others.
. KaU it, bet. First and Swond. COMMISSION
an average of f 125 per head.
to be so brilliantly furnished that they mand of company
the C jtincil passes. Moreover, Tomp-pert- 's inches higher than at any previous time
Kentuckians ntl toume ior 0 rteo aor or a.l ..!. mmM.
IfQuantrell, the no ed KanBas guerlook at it only once a month, and then
who rescued the great Northwest from The
signing it, didn't make it right this season. The country for hundreds of
3. Breckinridge has published a
&The Texas convention has passed a they do it through smoked glass.
rilla, is said to be residing in one of the
savage barbarity and British cruelty.
communication against negro suffrage. Tho Journal and Courier's friends in miles is overflowed.
law making five years' residence in the
Lexington Obs. and Rep.,;th inst.
West India Islands, and hard at work,
foyThad. Stevens, too, is on the wane.
HTRAI'H to ColliHYMAN,
And VanDtactaren' Afents far tbe sale of
The government has ordered several
He thinks, too, that there is a distinction tbe Legislature couldn't quite go every
necessary qualification to vote.
Fact is, pickles llavored with vitriol
Xmponars aad Wto i.lt LeAieni la
gST'A young woman in Roanoke counte.Uon.. John P. Kennedy of MaryBrK ARB
of race that is fixed and ineradicable. He thing. So they brought in a bill requiring more vessels to Newfoundland. It is said
may be tasted once in aw Idle, but they
&ft.The Bourbon county Circuit Court won't do for a steady diet.
land, and his wife were la Atlanta, on
and to tn,
IO and 104 want Columbia s- -, bat. Vine and Race. begins to see that lie and his friends hare tbe attorney to be elected by the people, that a large number of Fenians have gone ty, Virginia, lately dropped dead from
1U AIB TBCET.
will commence oa the 16th inst.
the Zjih ultimo.
surprise at seeing
got the elephant.
aud reducing the salary to JijOW.
there ousijuisea as nsaeruien.
aec ToarJL and BulllU ale.
Columbian Spring Water.
Mantel and Cloaks,
Call and See Them.
AtCosi! At Cost!
STARR k BROTHER,