Yls published <•»<TV _D
morning, in Cartersville, Bartow County, Ga.,
Smith & Milam,
Proprietors, at Thiik.k Boilin'*, per art*
fmm, ttridly in advance ; I'wo Dollars for
Sis Months ; One Dollar for Three Months.
Advertisement* for one month, or less time
One Dollar per square, 'of ten lines or less,)
for each insertion ; all other advertisements
will he charged Fifty per cent on old prices.
JONES & MALTBIE,
attorneys at law.
WIT. T. attend promptly toall husi less en
trusted to their care. Will pract re In
the Courts of law, and equity in the Cherokee
Circuit. Special attention given to the collec
tion of claims. J in. 1. IHMi. ly
ohn J - Jones. B. Mnltbic.
Surge o n an cl
rilllF. undersigned respeotfully oiler his pro
fessional services to the cti/.eiis of ( ar
t. rsville and vicinity. M, ‘ is l»« l* :,rt *‘ 1
to do all kinds of TJfrffCf w " rk
to his profession. Tull setts <>
i ,ut "■«- *" w '’r 1 m nijuir
ranted. r • 1,1 • J „
Coriersville, Fell. 13. hm
1)!!. T. F, JONES,
FItF.NDKUS his professional services to the
I citizens of KINGSTON and vicinity, and
respoctfully solic its a portion ol their patronage,
ju lie 2.
JOHN W. WOFFORD.
Attorney at Law,
Also. FIRE insurant agent.
k.-'orPsetilH the beat Northern ami
Southern Companies, (bin he found
at ilie law office ol Wollord &, I aiiott
April 10, I 800.
TIIOS U BOI>l»,
Atto rn c y at la. ay
ANU COUNTY COURT SOLICITOR.
Will give particular attention to the
collection ol claims. ttci
.1 <> Ft n ( . Dr « » «<»**.
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
JV; U’TII'IS I, \ W ill the several roun
li,., of the Cherokee Ci cuit. also, l’olk,
3; trnltm and Floyd counties. Prompt at
ichU'in given to hmiuess, Nov. 23. ly
( Professional cards -“i» 10 cash per annum.J
W. H. PRITCHETT,
Attorney at Law.
I-vj* \t;TICK« Law in all the courts ot the
<'herokee circuit sod counties adjoining
)li rt ow. '-*■
JERE A. HOWARD,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAY/.
(’ AIMT'.WSVII.I.F. CA •
L an i c r llous c,
MAUI ETTA, CA..
BY LANIER & D3333, Proprietors
■f pins U .use s located iu a lew steps id die
| Uid road, where thccarsstop. Passengers
Hake Hoe.' Wools a day here. Meals p-'epared
« all hours. july^L
W. 1.. GOEDSJBITBI,
Attorney at Law,
M ,i; practice in Fulton and adjoining counties.
Also in Barlow Superior Court.
O.r.ee over Holbrook’s Hat Store, Whitehall.
JONES Y JAALTBIE.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
w ■ authnrise.l to soli, fttul have on harnl several
iX..r Vs aut U *»■'. anil also num. roas ImiUtlnn lots ii the
T ,ol Oartersvil e. Also several plantati -ns of vart
\ ,iu livt.ov con thirties dennii* 'oh i or
4,. I wi.l It,, well to gveus a os.ll. A> <» nniuuicausa*
prompily answered. ,lu.y.ti. ■
James W. Strange,
fim AND JAPANNED TIN WARE, &C.
Clean Linen and Cotton Rags taken in ex
change for Goods. Repairing, Roofing and
Guttering done with neatness and dispatch.
Cartersville. Nov. I. wlv
Tlie CarlersvllSe Hotel.
TAR.THOMAS MILAM having
£ / charge of this House, would he y • « rj
pleased to accommodate a f w Board 8 J iE|
ars with BOARD, with oi without F. I
Lodging. Call and see him at once for terms
Cartersville, Jan 17.
S. H. Pa 11 ill o,
TT7III attend promptly to the Cuttlrc, Repair- .]»
\? ini: »nd Miking Bov's and Meu’s Clo'hiny.
Otßce in hncK room of Blair & Bradshaw's store. 'l3l
Cartersville, Ga, ■ ■ *
IS prepared to execute all kinds
of work in the Fashionable Tail
_ it- ing line, with neatness and in dn- la
ruble style. Over J. Elsas &. Cj’s store,
Cartersville, jan 25.
THE CARTERSVILLE EXPRESS.
Li very Stable
.T. J. JONES, JR.
IS prepared, r.t all 'imrs, to furnish the
traveling ptihlic with eoflVeyanf e through
the country. Also to feed and shelter stock
at reasonable rates of board. My vehicles and
stock arc kept in good condition. Mch. 15.
fST” Hiving pot my stock and vehicles In good or
drr, I earnestly solicit the public generally to cal' an
give me a fair trial. Rates will he as lile alas can and
a Horded. J, J. J., jr.be
ECLIPSE I M 2 LV
J. G. Stocks,
TANARUS) ESPECTFL’Lt.Y notPy the Public generally that
JY be bas just openned his Neiv and Oontnioni 4
ous 1.1 VKKY AND SALE STABLE, and has it stock
ed with good horses, bugvies, and is
furnish those traveling Into and across the ecu try
with any kind of piivnte conveyance, lie is also
prepared to Board Stock in any quantity with comfort
able quarters and bountiful feed at. reasonable rates
Stock bought and sold at Ids stables. Ills stock a'l
being fresh and equipage rew he H itter himself with
the belief that he can fund h his customers with as
i cat and complete an out-lit as any iike estah ishment
in Uoner Oeorgi . A*l he asks to establish this tact is
a llial CAR I EUSVILLK. UA. .March 2>, ls6i.
j\. IsT D
Rolling Mill Cos.,
RAIL-ROAD SPIKES, CHAIRS,
BRIDGE BOLTS, BAR IRON,
NAIL RBD, AND HORSESHOE IRON.
Castings) o[ all Jescriptions, in
Brass) or Iron, including
RAIL-ROAD CAR WHEELS, BOXES. PEDESTALS,
FRONTS, COLUMNS, AND VERANDAHS.
Mill Gearing and Machinery of a'l kinds.
JOHN D. GRAY, President.
AMER IC AN HOTEL.
Opposite the Passenger Depot.
WHITE & WHITLOCK, Proprietor,.
rpilE public pro respectfully informed that
I_ this House lias been remodelled and re
fitted, and re-'>pciied for the accommod?lion
of the travelling public.. Much time, labour
aud expense has been expended ill making it
worthy of patronage. Modern improvements
have been added, and the public can re v oi. .s
being equal to any in Son hern cities
WHITE <Ft WHITLOCK, Proprietors.
BRYSON & WYLEY, Clerks,
ny (2 L
Erwin & Jones.
VSSORTED sizes kept on hand. Also
WOOD COFFINS-made to order. A
good HEARSE r°adv at all hoars.
CARTERSVILLc. Fd> l, 1807. wiy
THOMAS W, MILNER,
Attorney at Law,
ill at'end promptly to business entrus
to his care. Oct. 5 wly
idxW . U. JIOIATCASTLE,
JcHCller and Watch and
In the Front of A. A. Skinner & Co’s’ store'
Cartersville jan 25
New Milliner}* Store.
Vp-Slairs in Dr. Clayton's Ji'civ
MSrick Dt ildingr,
CARTERS! ! LLE. GA.
MRS. L. C. MCL EL LAN,
open her stock of new *nd beaut)-er — *_
pi ijjful Spring and Summer Millinery Goodr® .iYj
tovff*in the above rooms on Tuesday the SthC-'SK
instant, afer which time she will be
please*! to exhibit her goods to the ladies of Carters
ville and surrounding country. Her stock will consist
in part as follows: Bonnets, Hats, Kibbohs. Flowers,
and all goods in the Millinery line, of the latest styles,
also, a nice assortment of White Muslins. Edging-'.
Uoiaery, Glove*. Hoop Skirts. French Kmbroidered
Corsets, Dress Trimmings, Ruffflngs, Ac.
Dress Patterns, of latest styles, from Sldm'e Demor
-1 est's Establishment, Stamping for Braiding and F.m
brotderv done at short notice. Particular attention
given to orders. April 6th, I«G7. wtf
CT. V-r- MAXWELL
Is prepareil to do all kinds of work in Brick and
Stone at short notice. Has on hand a fine lot of nc» ty
burned brick and is prepared to do woik upon the
most reasonable term*
vi.i.. May 3.0. lit".
CARTERSVILLE GA, MAY 10, 1807.
McBKIDE, DORSETT 4’ CO. f
To Uie merchants of Georgia
and adjoining States 1
TT'"’E have already spoken tbrottgh the papers to onr
It friends throughout ilie South 1 , and advised th- se
who were formerly our fellow-soldiers in the Sou hern
Army, that we bad undertaken to apply, in I Vac*, the
elements of vigor, energy and promptness, which had
so ntten gained us the darj in War,
We have opened a
On a scale fur beyond any before known
in the State. ,
We are backed by all the advantages which are de
rived from abundant means and a thorough knowledge
of the business. A large parlof our goods are shipped
DIRECTLY TO U 8 FROM EUROPE.
via Charleston and Savannah,
—jsorf-x ■weesT) We confidently «rrpe*t to supply from
Ir' ar our depot in At'antq all those mer
%'Jr ebants throughout this and adjoining
T£* States, who have heretofore made their
We can offer as varied a Btock as can be found In
New Tt ork, and we know that
OUR PRICES HERE WILL BE LOWER.
You wilt save FREIGHT by purchasing here.
You will s ve BREAKAGE by purchasing Imre.
You will contribute to the b idding up of a home de
pot of supplies by purchasing here.
We have on hand and constantly arriving
ASSORTED I’KG’S OF CROCKERY,
of best, and mixed grade. We repack Crockery. China
Glassware, Looking G.a ses, Lamps, Cutlery, dated
and Japanned Ware, Cl ck*. to order, We ha e
j blots oflhese goods fr >m time to time at very low
price*. We solicit your CASH orders, and will give
you la'ge advantages for CASH IN HAND.
April 19, 1307. AIcBIUDF, DORSETT & CO.
T. 11. 8 R.C. CiARKE.
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN
Elax dwai-e (Cutlery Guns I’istols
Iron, Sled, IS’uils,
Bellows, Anvils, Vices,,
Corn Slicllers, Straw Cutters, .Sliovcls,
Plows, Hoes, Chains,
Locks, Hinges, Screws,
Hammers, llatdiets, Axes, &e.
And nil other goods usually kept in the Hard
ware line. Also Agents for Fairbanks Platform
and Counter Scales, which wc will sell at Fac
tory prices, freight added. At their old stand.
Corner ol Pouch Tree and Line Street,
F. M. RICHARDSON,
Manufacturer and Wholesale Coaler in
AI.L KINDS OP
Tin and Sliset Iron
House Ftiniisliiag Goods, Gen
COOK, COAL, WOOD AND WROUGHT
XS-jT’KOOFLYG done with neatness and
dispatch. Whitehall Street,
W. L. Kirkpatrick & Cos., Druggists,
WILL keep constant o:i Inn 1 a \v j
scectcd stock of pure
DROGS AMD MEDICINES.
9&i m t %IR 9 »
Patent Medicines &c.
Jones’ Carriage Repository,
J. A. E , * WIS & C°
Jit e receiving their Stock of
COMPRISING every variety adapted to the want, of
the country, which they are determined lo s-ull at
tli e Lowest Price s
All are invited to
CALL, EXAMINE AND BUY
Terms; Cash !
and our tnotto is
CaiteisTdle, i£j ISi-T.
4,4. S&lSflfKa, &
At Moore Co's old stand— West side Public
square, CARTERSVILLE, G Ax
JirST received, nnd for safe, at reJaccJ
market prices, a very large lot of
New Bacon and Lard;
SUGAR CURED HAMS, f-c
Garden Seeds, a full supply.
Onion Setts and Buttons.
Tobacco, Chewing and Smoking.
Pot ware, of the finest quality.
Confectioneries, a No, i Jot, tresh.
Powder and Shot,
NaiSs. assnrsed sizes.
Washing: Soap, unsurpassed.
To all of which, and much more, wc invite
the attention of the public. Feb, I.
MY OLD YRIRNns AND rvSTOMEHS will please remember, that-, after hiv'ng beep, twice burned out, I have re
sumed the DRUG BUSINESS wi.h 61e=srs. T. J. A M. B. SWANSON, under the atyle of
. swAmm a «#,*
AT ROARK'S CORNER, NEXT DOOR TO W. H. BROTRERTON, ATLANTA, GA.
I will be pleased to meet all my old friends at our new place of busiriess, where I am prepared to show them a large
and well assorted stock of
purposes, and at Very low figutes,
R. J. MASSEY, late
Massey and Herty.
feb 1 ATLANTA, GA.
IE! IXL T IE 2>T S I “V" ZED
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
OUR preparations fir the business of the nppro«ch
ing sefison are unusually complete. The extent of our
For Men and Boys.
PLAIN AND- FANCY FABRICS
For CuStont Work; atlil
GENTLEMEN’S FURNISHING GOODS
Enab os us to meet all t>e r» quii ements of econeni
anH eleirance in Gentlemen’s flress
Samples of Fam v Fabrics for custom orders forward
ed by mai! on application.
HERRING & LEYDEN,
Whitcahll street, Atlanta, Ga,
April 12 (f. _
UK> J±i -A. _hr‘ _fcLl _tO .
Best Jlacliine in the World,
Manufactured by C, Aultman *V Cos.
TVE hive been appoint dZttih
agents for the sale d
'j. this celebrated Mowe = 3 '''t§L s *T7
ana Reaper, for the coUn
tics of Bartow, Gordon; Cherokee, and IVkens. and
wiil sen to any parties who wish the M .chine delivered
to them here, ihe prices are low and terms reason
abie. r!e se call at once and obtain <iirciilais giving
description and pilots, or address
JOHN J. HOWARD, or
„ ... W. H. GILrEKr.
Caitcrtvurc. Gs,. April 12,T. vSnt
[From the Quitman Runner.']
THE REINED VILLAGE.
And now, to thee, lair village, dear nursling
of the hills,
The pleasant walks, ’mid shady groves, and
ripiing crystal rills,
Thy gardens sweet, and orchards rare, and
birds that sweetly sing.
And nature's erery behhson, an offering I would
Old Cassville, in thy early days, the Indian of
Amid thy tall and stately oaks, in buckskin
garments stood ;
By nature, they were savages, but ’iw'as not by
Dear Cassville stands a monument of far more
Thou wert a place of quietude and sweet do
Outstanding on the noble hills, were schools
for girls and boys ;
And no mean paltroon trained the thoughts,
but sages true and sound—
Taught the young idea how to shoot, in science
Nor were they strict to bind the feet, Or hands,
when tasks were done;
But to the mill, or to the cave, or to thy banks
Full many a happy happy day, your.g men
and maidens fair,
Have whiled the fleeting hours away, ir. joyous
And on that blessed holy day, when the church
Resounding o’er the echoing hills, and through
the fertile dells,
And thronging groups came wending on,
adown each crowded street,
To mingle in the solemn prayer, or join in
And when the man of God arose, to bless the
And when to God, high over all, in humble
prayer, he bowed
In holy trust and godly fear, the waiting mass
To hear the holy lessons taught, and learn their
E’en thus it was in bygone days, when hopes
ttefe bright and fair;
But now the lyre has changed its note, the
minstrel changed his air,
The wind in whispering murmurs creep around
the ruined walls;
And owls and hats their vigils keep, amid those
Sweet village, crowned with happiness, ere
war, with blighting hand.
Spread desolation dark and drear, athwart our
lovely land ;
Ere Sherman, with his Godless bands, of
mixed and mingled breed,
With wanton avarice, sword and brand, swept
mountain, moor and mead.
But hark ! from every mountain top, the trum
pet note is heard }
And springing from each cave and nook, with
sword and pistol gird,
Come stalwart men, and youths, and boys, all
ready for the fray—
And to he found at honor’s post, when came
the fearful day.
But oh! amid the clang of arms, and din of
llow many of those noble ones have passed
away from life I
For in each battle, lost or won, did Georgia
take her part,
As many orphan tears now tell, and widowed
And thou, fair daughter of the hills, hath seen
the foeman stand
Amid thy streets, and pleasant walks, with
reeking sword in hard;
And thou Lath seer, thy homesteads laid in
ashes at thy feet—
The angels too, have marked the deed, and
wait the vengeance meet.
How oft., when winters dreary blast is sweeping
o’er (he plain,
I think of one bright happy home, shut in from
storm and rain,
And of the rose cheeked happy band, of chil
dren as they go
From house to house, to swell the crowd and
frolic in the snow.
But, what now are those happy homes the
towering chimneys show —
Outstanding monuments of shame, amid the
And where, oh ! where, that gleesome band 1
as leaves of autumn, they
Have scattered; some to distant lands, and
some have passed away»
Sad desolation marks the spot; but still as
A few— to share each other’s toil, or join in
Nor will they, as the years roll round, forget
the appointed day,
To strew with flowers, those warrior’s graves,
from loved ones far away.
And will you, as you strew them wide, save
each a little flower
For one lone grave we stood beside, in Au
tumn’s twilight hour—
That hour, so fraught with loneliness, ere night
her curtains spread,
YS’e laid our warrior down to rest, among the
Dear Armour, thou wert first of many Southern
Who, in that sacred burial ground, have filled
their soldier graves i
And though dread war and battle clang have
rent the quivering a : r,
Theu still has slept, as sweetly on, as though
no foe were near.
And Avhen the quiet evening spreads its stilly
How sweet to linger out the day, upon the sa
cred ground ;
To close the eyes to dying earth, and look be
yond the tomb—
The joyous hope of meeting there, robs death
of haif its gloom.
Rut, Cassville, thou art what has been, and
never more may be ;
But be thy future what it will, my heart still
clings to thee.
ggy-A witty gentleman speaking of a
friend who was prostrate by illness,
remarked, that “he could hardly recov
er, since his constitution was all gone.”
•*Tf his constitution is all gone,” said
a bystander, “1 do notsee how he lives
“Oh*” responded *tlie wag, “lie lives
on the hv-laws.”
From the Hebrew Leader.]
A Hebrew Legend.
A rabbi’s lifk.
It was night; silence reigned. Sud
denly the SchulMopftr fancied he heard
the tiny mallet which he used morning
and evening to call the faithful to pray
er* rising and falling in measured
‘That noise will not let me sleep,’
said he to his daughter, who also heard
the siight tapping.
‘Some one m t he street must he and ving,’
said the girl, shuddering ; and suddenly
she exclaimed, terrified : -Sckmah Is
rael; it must be the rabbi !’
Just then the hammer was motionless;
but without someone loudly knocked
at the window, and a voire was heard
shouting: ‘Awake! awake sand call
the people to the synagogue ; thillim
must be said, for the rabbi is dying !’
The silence of the night was broken
by the three well-known raps that were
heard at each door, and the daughter
of the Schulk/opfcr trembled in everv
limb as she heard her father’s steps
sonorous ou the hard pavement as he
hastily paccod front lIUUSt 1 f(? lIOIISP.
When the s.itiml of the last rap died
away, she thought: ‘Now the rabbi has
expired !’ and she shed bitter tears.
Rut the recital of l/iillim still held
back the soul of the rabbi, though the
shades of death that hovered around
him were not dispelled. Towards
dawn he was sinking fast, and his
disciples were loud in their lamenta
tions. They took wax and a wick ;
measured the dying man, and then
made a huge waxen taper of his height.
This taper was wrapped in a shroud
and carried to the cemetery, where it
was lowered into a new-made grave.
For all that, it seemed as though the
same measurement were finally to be
used to determine the size of the rabbi’s
‘Cheat Clod ! great God !■’ cried the
disciples, ‘what shall we do to prevent
his death ?’
‘Come, let usgatMfr in years lor him,
said one of them ? ‘perhaps our Father
will hearken to our prayers.’
Then one of the youths went from
house to house, carrying a paper on
which the inmates were to write the
number of years, months, or weeks of
their own life whieh they would give
towards lengthening that of the rabbi.
The Schdklopfer's daughter was stand"
ing at her door just as the young man
passed by with his paper.
‘And you’ said he to the lass, ‘what
will you give towards the rabbi’s days?’
‘My life ! my whole life !’ sobbed the
‘Shall it be wtitten thus?’
‘Yes ; write, write !’
And the young man put down the
words as they fell from her lips.
From that moment the rabbi grew
convalescent and soon recovered. On
the morrow the corpse of a maiden
was laid in the cemetery ; it was that
of the Sdiulklopfer s daughter.
The young girl had hesitated but lit
tle when called upon to leave this earth,
and the labbi knew not how to erase
his own name from the book of life.—
When in the early stages ot recovery
he was overjoyed and in good spirits.
Fie long he grew mournful and pallor
blanched his cheek. None were aware
of the cause of his darkening sadness.
Nor was it known that, at the midnight
hour, when the rabbi was seated at his
desk studying the Gemara that lay open
before him, be heard, rising from be
low, a gently chanted song ; and that,
whenever he opened the window, he
held a maiden whose icy, death like
smile shone through the veil of dark
‘Now,’ thought the rabbi, -now she
might be free and gladsome as the bird
that flutters in mid air!’
And, amid the gloom, hot tears
dampened the pages of the tome.
Once, towards midnight, loud cries of
anguish resounded from without—
strange exclamations, such as are
wrenched from a mortal by physical
suflering. And, a few mnutes having
elapsed, he heard the wailing of a new
‘Curse upon me!’ exclaimed the
rabbi, ‘’tis 1 robbed her of this joy!’
And every night he heard the w tiling
of the child, ever and anon interrupted
by a heavenly cradle-song; and the
chant made him weep and weep again.
Six times heard he the cries of pain ;
then 3ounded the wail of the infant; and
then the cradle-song once mare, and a
pause. Again was a hymn of joy waft
ed on the midnight breeze, as the rabbi
‘Now her first child stands in the
house of prayer and reads his portion
and ’tis 1 that robbed her of her pride !’
Silense reigned again. Some years
rolled away and once more the glad
chauts resounded. The rabbi murmur
‘Now she would have led a daughter
tinder the nuptial canopy. Curse upon
me, that robbed her of her joys !’
When the voice was heard again,
there sounded neither laments nor sobs,
but never a rapturous song. And the
rabbi thought :
She would have been a happy mother
had I not destroyed her happiness!’
Thus did the rabbi live the life of the
maiden. He would have given much
to have hearkened, tl but once, to some
bitter plaints in lieti of mirh hymns of
bliss. He might ibeu have known
that she would have learned the bit
terness of earthly misfortune. But his
prayer was never grant* and and he whis
pered, drenching the Gemara with his
‘What! would she have been so hap
And then belonged for death, for the
vision made life hideous. Act death
came not at his bidding, and he grew
decrepid. The aged of the community
were buried long before he, and tin*
very beings whom in their childhood In*
had blessed, came to him sad and n\r
firm, shaking their crutches at Death,
but dying away at last, lint he, he
could not die !
‘When will the hour strike,maiden- ?
be often exclaimed ; ‘how long wuuJitet
thou live ?’
A length, at midnight, a cry of agony
awakened the slumberiog echoes
‘She is no more,’ said the rabbi,
‘God’s name he praised !'
And when the gray dawn put to flight
the shadows of darkness, his disci'pl-es
found him, with head pillowed on tins
Ciutuuu, ueact :
Tfiat wicked Home'Journal says faJ'sn
lips, made of pink Indiarubber, which
are attached to thin lips in a manner
which defies detection, and which give*
a pietty pouting appearance to the
mouth, are much wont by the New
Ymti ladies. — Exc.
Where will this “unholy mimicry of
Nature’s work” end? It is at feast
satisfactory to know that this deception
is not practiced at the South. At least
we don’t believe that it is—-h:»ven t
been making any tests of live matter
and we arc not going to believe it until
the proof comes from the ladies’ own »
mouths. — Ex'.
During the trial of a suit in a West
ern court,[counsel took < xcc plton to thtf
ruling on a certain point, and a dispute
arose. “lithe court please, 1 wish to
refer to. this book a moment,” said the
counsel, picking up a large volume.
“There’s no use in your picking up any
books,” exclaimed the judge, angrily,
“I have decided this point.” “1 know
that,” was the rejoiudei ; “I am satisfi
ed of that —but this is a volume of
Blackstone—l’m certain he Hillers with
your honor, and I only want to show
you what ad and old fool Blackstone
was!” “Ah ! that indeed !” exclaimed
the court, smiling all over, “mm you
begin to talk.”
Romance. —The young inwried cou
ple who thought they could- live on love
and moonlight, find there i's some virtue
in baked potatoes. For taking the ro
manee out of young folk* marriage is
nearly as bad as a law suit.
The Beeciikr. —Mr. Receiver was a
candidate for delegate Do the New York
State Convention, lie was not only
beaten, but ran largely behind the
Radical ticket. The Pars-on has been
meddling in politics ever since the in
cepiion of the late war, which was
inaugerated by sen drug Sharp's rifles
to Kansas, and he lias at fast received a
rebuke at the hand.'? of the party helms
been serving whieh ought to last hint
the balance of his life, and induce him
to confine himself hereafter to the
legitimate duties of Ilfs calling. —JutcG
A Young Lady’s Changes.—A
young lady thus describes her feelings
and courts- sympathy. We hope she
may soon realize life change that she
so devoutly wishes for ;
Mv heart is sick, fny heart is sail,
But oh ! the cans-* 1 tfaii*c not tell,
I am not gric/Cd, I ant not glad,
I am not ill, 1 ant riot well!
I'm not myself, I’m' not the same ;
I am, Indeed, I krrovv not what;
f’rn changed in all, except in name—
Oil, wlicrt shall foe changed in that?
New Orleans? April 13. — A Mai
tamoras correspondent gives further
news from Quaretora, to the 22 tilt.—
No doubt exists but that the recent en
gagements resulted in an Inperial de
feat. The lighting was very stubborn,
and the losses are admitted by Escobe
do to hare bee# very heavy on both
In a Wettern city a Methodist and
Presbyterian parson, whose churches
were only two blocks apart, preached
the same sermon on the same night.
There was a funny scene when the
members of each church came to com
4 If there is anybody under the caris
ter ol heaven that 1 have ar. uttt*r ex
crescence,’ says Mrs. Pailington, ‘it is
the slanderer, going about like a boy
constructor, circulating liis calomel up
on honest folks.’
JfcaT'An old toper addressed his bottle
“ Tis very strange that you and l
Together cannot pull
For you are full when I am dry
And dry when I am full ’