J. T. WHITMAN,
HENRY A, WRENCH,
DALTON, GEORGIA, THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1868.
OF THE • ...
PITY OF DALTON.
AUCTION AND COMMISSION.
/"VOEEX, V. M.—Auction
Merchant,' Kins street.
B UKOFZEK fc I.0VKM1N—'VIioIcmIo ami
Retail Dealers lu Drj Goods, Gentlemen's
Furnishing Goods anil Clothing, Hamilton street.
TVIIHiFTT, S W.—Denier In Dry Goods, Gro-
JD cctles; Provisions, cto., Ilurallton street. •
TJ1RCIAY, JOHN—Doalcrln Groeerlbs, Provl-
JD elons mid Produce, opposite Tibbs House.
' TjH’TlIKfli N.—Dealer In Groceries, Provisions
JD and Queonaware, Hamilton street.
ITIIRISTIAN, J. F.. It E.—Dealers In DryOoods
Vj/. Grocencs.Provlslonsnnd Produce. Seacard.
ThfeXTOS it LYNJf—Dealers In Dry Goods,
XJ Groceries, Produco und Hardware, corner
WauglvnhdUamilton street. ,.,' '
tiilliti H., k CO.-—Dealers In Family and
Fagey Grooorles.' Saloon nttaehcd. Chester
house, north coriior KIng and Hamilton.
S OCK, II. II.—Dealer In Dry Goods, Gro
ss, Hats,Caps, Boots, Shoes and supplies,
street. - | ■ • • •
jr isfe, J. II.—Poolec ln Groceries, Dry Goods
JV' ClotlilUK and Hoots'* and Shoes. General
agent lor Agricultural Implements,' Hamilton st.
T OYYttY It FASOX—Wholesale and" Retail
I i Dealers 111 Dry Goods, Uruecrles and .Pro
duce, corner,Gordon and Hamilton. Sco Advcr. .
TV/ftCMTCIIY It CALDWEM—Dcalcrsln Dry
1VL Goods, Grbnerles, I’rddoee ngd Hardware,
near comer of Waugh and Humljton street.
M rCCTCilF.^ & BITTIXG—Dealers In Family
Groceries, Produce,'etc., cast side Hamilton
street, • V• . red
A if ell.IX, T. HI.—Family Groceries and Proyl-
ill sions, L’ostnlllbo.bulldlng'KIng street.
-VriOphV JOHN Hi—Dbniol"In 'Grooerl's^
vl Produco and general family supplies, coVner
Klognnd Hamilton street. **. (
1JHE.I, J. 11;—IVtlnlerale and-Ilotnll Denier Ig,
it Dry Goods, Notions, Hardware,.Queftstyaro'
nnd'ffio’eerlos, Ho.,*, TIhbJa llouso..
ypillBS, KEXJiF.tt k CA—Wholesaleplid Re-
tail’Dcaicrs In Dty Goods, Groceries snd’Agrlv
cultural Implements, and Farmora Supplies,Tibbs
IIiMtae, No, l'at|d 2, Hamilton street. SeeAdver.
rfAREYITT, J... F.—Dealer In Dry Goods, Gro.
JL cones tind Provisions, opposite Tilib’sHutise;
Confections, bakery ■■
T OlYXIiEl, J. 1Y.—Confectioner,- Raker'and
Fancy .Grocer, Hninlltou; below King street,
. P'—Fancy Grocer and Confec-
with Saloon attaolied, Tilth's House.
Jacobins—Kothlng bat Jacobins.
Umlcrthis appropriate head the New
York Evening Express lins the follow
ing article, which gives tho Radicals
the title which justly belongs to thorn.
Tito Expross Bays:
Wo like tho ring of that resolution
adopted yesterday by tho Maine De-
.mocrncy in State Convention, at Au
gusta— * .'*}•&'<£/> **.i
“ That tho litno lias come for all to
“Jacobins'.’ is tho very host word in
the language, bccauso it is tho word
that has the most meaning, to properly
characterize the Radical party. They
call themselves Republican, but to that
character, wo all know, they liavo real
ly no claim. There is positively noth
ing Republican about them, unless it
e Red Republicanism.
They nro Jacobins—
A Plctart: of Hnpplm
linns Patrick Lo Con
but I a
out-spreading locust, with a bed of clo
ver or blue grass, very thick and fine
from crickets. To intensify tile sec
I would like to have a lonflng sqoi
skipping from bough
feathered songster of the
perched on a gentle bush in my imme
diate vicinity. As regards the grass
I should prefer the color green. I
would have no snakes in the grass-
nothing of a reptile nature, I would
recline upon my back, in my.sliirt-
sleoVcs, witli one boot olf and my hat
about six feet from me'. Possibly
crces there is no appeal.
They are Jacobins—bccauso under
tho rallying cry of liberty, equality,
and fraternity, they have, since their
accession .to power, -helped to deltigo
The land with fraternal- blood.
■-They aro Jacobins—because under
pretonco of giving.Ilborty to all men,
they hnvo set up. military despotism,
whieli' leave millions of men of thoir
own' race,-practically, no liberty what
soever. * . ■ ■
They are Jaopbins—because they
yule, and seek to rule, by force', Intimk
-dation, and tcrrpK . *
They aro Jacobins—beoauso they
hayo sot up, and - seek to sot up, tho
power of. tlie few over the wishes of
the raqnjr, *
•ces of one class of . people agaiust an-
othe'r class.” *' * ._
.They , aro Jacobins—because they-
aro eternally attempting" mischievous
experiments iift government, politics,
B RoiVX, It. B.—Dealer III Progs, Medicines,
Paints, Oils, Gluss, e\p. Insurance agent.
* King Street,'belbw post oKlce.
G CUDKff & KNlfillT—Pooler* InDrugs .Med
icines, Paints, Oils, Glass, cfe.\ No. 0,
Tibb’s House, Hamilton" street.
f 1 UAVES, J. B. A C. W.—Wholesale and
v vT Retail Hpjiby^ and Mannfiiotiireu* of all kinds
ol Furniture, Hamilton street.
C HEROKEE JIlSmP'EBlXd C0.-A11 do-
pcrlptlona ofFurhituro manufactured.' Saw
«ml Grist mill attached. Sco Advertisement.;
FANCY GOODS AND NOTIONS,
They are Jacobins—because of tho
T onscriptlona and forced. levies, to
feed the lawa : of war and of .death,
with" which their namb must ever be
It took the French people some years
to got rid of "this hideous .monster,
jfacoblnism—buc as an end was made
of it at; la8ti'so !pro, too, 'if K hUtbrical
parhllols are worth anything,’liced not
despair of driving it ftpm existence,
•We believe it has jilready well-nigh run*
its course, and that if the great Dem
ocratic National Convention, now abo^
to assemble, but act—as doubtless it
will act—with ordinary discretion, tho
hideous thing, with nil its ghastly ac
companiments, will be deep down in
its grave about ‘the' time tho wintry
winds of Novembe^ro whistling in
pur ears.' .
H lRSCMBl’HO, n.—Denier in Fancy Goods,
Notions and Toys, Hamilton street’.
STOVES,* TINWARE, ETC.
1 Dealers in Stoves, Hollow Ware, Ilurdwnro,
and Manufacturers of Tinware, Hamilton street.
OOPTHEKLIXI), A, L,—Dealer in . Stores,
Hollow Ware, Hardware, and Manufacturer
of Tinware, Hnrallton street.
Joiners. Shop corner of Hill nnd Spernwr
streets. Work warranted, executed with dispatch.
a *iun, SAM’L 0.—House Carpenter and
Joiner. Work warranted to give satisfaction.
G AFPK8, F.~Root nnd Shoe Mdkcr,.corner
of King and Hamilton streets.
C ATHEY A —Boot nnd Shqo Makers, post;
onice building, in the rear, King stfeet.
C OBB, J. IK B.—'Tuilor, and Agent for Sewing
Machines, King street.
G ORDON, Dr. r.. P.—Physician and Siirgcon,'
may be found at' his o(Bce over PitmanV
store, when not professionally engaged. .
1\/FcAFKE, ‘Dt ;J. R.—Physician nnd Surgeon.
i»l- Ollloo over Bukofzer & liOvcman’s store,
where he may bo found when not engaged,
T ESTER, U. P.—Attorney at Law, up stairs,
JLi’King building, - Hamilton street.
J. A. R, HANKS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
W ILL practice in nil tHo counties*of the
Cheroke^ Circuit and in the Uuitcd Stntcs
District.Court for the Northern District of Geor
. j. ir. ,i f'Kic y,
ATTOB.NEY AT LAW,
DALTON, OKOBOU, •'
TT7ILL practice law in all the cnuntlps of this
v V' Circuit, and U, S. Distrlct Court. jabO-ly
“ w *;*vjE. J. iiin.ras,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
W II.L practice in nil tho conntlca composing
Ilia Olierokeo Circuit. * * ; ' Ji
J. If J. A. OIErFJ’,
. IIM.TUM, OKOnfllA,
A TTEND to all the collection of claims anil
practice In Cherokee Circuit nnd U, S. Dis
trict cuurt. ‘ jnnO-Iy
IP, /£. JIOOlUl,
ATTORNEY AT LAW;,
i-ai.ton, ononniA. I '
YITILI, prnctlcnin the Superior Courts of tho
iV Cherokee Cirouit, nnu In tho U, States Dis-.
•trlot Court ut A tin La, sod give strict nttenllun to
«ll enses of Bn ikroptoy. nar3My
C. D. McCoronns.... .1. E. Riiomati:.
Jl'eCutchcn It Shumate,
attorneys at law.
_ •• DALTON,* OEOBOIA.
W 1 ^.prootloain .tho counties! of Bartow,
■ f.-a. haffner,
Watch-Jtlaher and Jeweller.
I HAVE just opened niy shop In tlila pluecnitd’
nnt prepared to «lo any kind of work in my
lino of business, such as Tepairlng nnd clennlng
Yyntcies, So. I keep on hind Jewelry, Wat, ’.n s,
Inr pastimo of scratclii.. e -., T , r , rl w
Near by I ivotiltl have, not a brook,
as you aro about to suspect, for I hate
Brooks. Ho bit Sumner in tho 'right
place but not lmril enough. I want a
fountain, throwing forth perpottmlly a
stream of chniripaigtio, which stmll rip
ple and bubble ami gusli over a million
.o.f diamonds, scattered about like poll-
to render the pictiiro perfect. • Three
attendants, I would ask, of the fotn-
endor, witli low-necked dresses,
disheveled heir, white silk stockings
and gaiter boots. Enci\of them should
bear n goblet, studded in the bottom
with blno diamonds i and they should
nltorhhto in fetching jjiS a drink from
.I cannot.think of anything else at
present tlmt.I would-like tp add. 1
merely wish to show. thatj jf I were a
raillionaire, in weather like this,I could
spend my raopoy with pl-oflt to myself
and pleasure to the country.
Beginning to Believe.
The n.t Avowed.
In tho nddresa of tho Radical “ E:
ccutivo Committee of the Grunt (
of Georgia,” of which Ex-Gov.
is Chairman, the programme of stay-
laws to take the place of the expurga
ted “relief” provisions of the Consti
tution, is avowed ns follows: .
While the necessity of striking out
the relief measures, under tho diroo-
ion of Congress, is deplored by a inn-
■ity of tho friends of Reconstruction,
I.think it best that the Legislature
should yield this point rather than
have tho Stnte remain longer out of
tho Union,under absoluto military gov
This atlvieo is givon tho more freely,
s the Legislature, when it assembles,
will Imvc it in its power, by tile enact
ment of proper sl«;/ laws nnd statutes
>f limitation; to! afford, substantially
,ho relief contemplated by tho • relief
measures, which Congress directs shall
*“) stricken out of tho Constitution.—
r o not only expect to see .the proper
stay laws enacted, but to see them sus
tained by tlie Supreme Court soon to
lie organized. The Supreme Courts of
three of tlie Northern States have ex
pressly 'decided n stay law to bo con
stitutional-since the war began, nnd
onr own Supreme Court, wEpli set
side the old stay la w, was divided In
opinion. It this state of the irase, af-
llto decision of our people on this
estion, we cannot doubt that our new
Supremo Court will follow the example
of tho Supreme Courtof Pennsylvania,
cr'Northcrn States, in nllinn-
ing tho constitutionality of proper anil
Bugle Notrs for Grant.
Tilton—“Grant is a drunkard.”
“hilipa—“Grant is as brainless as his
umnbr—sdys Grant is not an ‘irre
versible guarantee,’ nnd “made a white-
washing report-to fortify Andrew J ohn-
Jlinso—“Grant Isa manofvilohab-
and of no idens.” . .
Anna Dickinson— 1 “I am" going to
Train Regulations—For Ladlti Oalj.
It is not known whoro the following
manifest came frpih, but it is emphati
cally good: - •
Gen’d SugT’s Office, July 1808.
Rule I. No train, after this date, will
ho made up to a greater length titan
the height of the propellin'g power.
Rule II. If, in coming down heavy
grades (church slops for instance) flrst-
clnss trains will move ns rapidly as
safety will allow; but all r aoeommodat-
ing trains will proooed slowly and stop
frequently to allow people, to step on
tlie train." Caution, however, is neces
sary in starting up while peoplo are so
engaged, to prevent accidents.
Rule lit. All trains to bo held up.nt
crossings.' All empty 11 flats standing
on the sidlings ” at the time should be
switched off. ' .
Rule, I % When three or niorc trains . .
areproccedingincompany,thoy should horn pretty loud,
always move side by side, and on no
neeouut, wlmtcvur, change "this posi
tion. Train approaching from the op
posite direction must keep out of the
why. .(This rule is imperative.)
Rule V. If it is desirable to attach
a “flat" to'a moving train, speed slnflld
ho slackened and signals given hy bow
ing. The “lint" will respond by tlirpw
Ing away its cigar, twirling its mous
tache, and elevating its lint... Tho an
swering signal is a smile, which signi
fies “couple on aftor,“coupling,” tho
combined train will proceed very slow-
lyiivery. ■>■' y-Jf •«
By order of—Fashion, President.
A. La Mode, General Superintendant,
donee—then lino your pookots..
I begin to hellovo thbso who sin tho
most during tho weqk are tho' most do-
vout upon Sundays.
I bSgin to.believe in humbugging
poopl.o out of tlioirdollars. It is neith
er stealing or.boggiug ; nnd those wl;;j
are humbugged have .thbmsolv.es to
:gin to believe tllht a man' was
not made to enjoy lifo, but to koep him.
self miserable in tho pursuit and pos
session of riches.
I begin‘to believe that the surest
remedy for hard- times and a tight
money qmrket is ati extravagant ex
penditure oil the part of-tndividuals
to keep tho money moving,
-I begin to believe that none but
knaves aro qujiliflod to hold olllco tin-
dor tho Government—with the excep
tion of a few natural born fools or! lu
I begin.to believe that a piano-forte
is more necessary in a family than meat
I begin to believo that n boy who
doesn't swear, smoke and cltow tobao
co, may bo A very good boy, but natu
rally stupid. . ’
I begin to believe that if tho dovil
should die; one half of the world should
bo thrown out of eraployiqent,
I bogin to believo that Jlto has,the
most merit who makes tho most-noise
in his own behalf and that, when Ga
briel comes ho, too, will blow his own
God, support any- but temperance,men
for office.” ■■, r;., graYTS
* Greeley— 1 “The Presidency requires
n man of ideas and, a statesmaii.”,
Colfax’—“L decl'aro in ndvanco no
doubtful man shall have my ballot for
President." , \'. w ..3—,
Kelley—“I will die ip my traeks bo-
fore I will enbsqribp tntliis;whitewash-
A recent letter from-Wnn-en county*
Ohio, says: i Warren county-will- be-
eomo. celebrated for .its breaches .of
promises to marry: Foi-flfty years in
its history only, two or three of such
cases wore ever entertained on its dock
ets! but. a year or-two ago a ease bo-
came widy known through the newspa-
pjjpors, in which n widow of foj-ty-flvo
obtained a verdict of threo thoiisand
dollars agaiust ii widower aged seven
ty-six.; Now, there, nro fqur or live
suclt enses nwniting trial, two or which
are remnrkablo for liaving tho samo
tlefondant and!.different pl.-iiutifU—
There is a sequel to tho ease against
the old rami of seventy-six which has
.nover boon published. After two tri
als, both of which terminated in favor
Of tlie widow, the case was carried up
to the,iMstrlot Court on n writ of error,
and a how trial oi-flerod; Tho ease
was then compromised, tho widow r
cepting $1,800, and she is now mnrri
to nnothor man, and doubtless llvli
happily. , '" *
Tna informers’ Bureau, which was
started in New York eome.tlme since,
is said to bo still in operation. Circu
lars are sent out by it to tho people
through the eity,'offering to report
where their wives are to bo found dur
ing their nbucnco at business, or to
“work up’’.any or everything that
Shop'it thb'Drog Store of Ornlgor At Knlgl.t. , 1 may bo intrusted to the management
Dslton, .T»n. s, 18s»— ly. of tho “bureau^"
Masonic Temple In IMiIladelpItln.. .
The corner-stone of this structure
was laid with imposing ceremonies on
St. John’s Day. The Philadelphia pa
Tho proposod-temple will bo tho
largest nnd most striking building at
tempted in Philadelphia since the Gi
rard College was finished. Its .colos
sal proportions and conspicuous loea-
cation, on Broad street, will givo ao
effect to tho architecture that the mere
design on paper cotdd hardly convoy
without study and elose inspection.—
When finished it will have a front of
160 feo't on Broad street, and $50 feet
on Filbert, and a like extension on
CutlibortatroCtytUo building receding
from tho property line on Broad street
.80 feet, nhd; 0 feet on Filbert. The
exterior of the building on each' front
will be granite, nhd in stylo will- pre
sent tlie, massive character of the Nor
man architecture. Hoavy grnnltD.pl-
lnsteps, with appropriate moulding and
tracery, require- the-peculiarity of tho
Normnn arohlteoturo to give roll effect
to tho arohiteot's design. Tito design
of tho Broad street front is to indiuato
tho several steps in Masonry. Tho first
stago willgivo the Egyptian porch, up
on whloh will Vest the figure of “ Si-
leneo.” Abovoand below til'd il broken
pediment,” upim which will rest tho
figure of “ Obodlenee.” Tito third
last stage is markod by tho union
tho soveral designs in tho liarmoniot i
whole," with ornaments reprosoiitiri
tho omblents of tho craft, inclndir
thestatues of Faith, Hbpoand Cluirit
tho wholo “being- surmounted b
, „ __ , says.
is now quite certain that arms nro
ju on issued to tlie negro militia in " -
Southern States. Grant deelnred
weeks ago that lie eonsidcred it neces
sary “to protect- tho loyal people.” I11
all the recent Radical schemes he. is a
parlicups crimfnis as far as the leaders
think it is safo to trust a man of his
A PttETTY Foot Tho Ft'c Pan’s-
1'finite sings tho praise of tlie short skirt
oinnn’s wit escapes by the foot; it is home, are proper qualifications for tho
r duty then to uncover it.
“Where shall you read tho scorct
thought, the sensation, if I may say so,
of a woman? Is it in her eyes, which
weep when sho pleases ? Is it on Iter
forehead ? Is it oil her cheek, covered
over with a triple armor of cold cream,
lard and l-icc-powdei ? Is it -.in tlie
movement of her liosom, which tho
heat of the exorcise of the waltz in
flates just ns much as tho liveliest emo
tion? Is itin her hand, forever gloved,
nnd besiiles_ occupied witli a boquet, a
fan, or a handkerchief? No, it is the
foot we must look, to tho foot, which
receives all tlie sensations of this sen
sitive creature, nnd reveals them all
again. It is no moro able to bide a
repugnance than n wish or a gratifica
“See it beat tho carpet with ■ impa
tience, or draw itself in with disgust;
or again, under a pleasant impress
ion, spread itself witli the movement
of a cat which shows its claws. At a
word,'lit somo one’s name thrown out;
at tho coming of this one, at tho de
parture ’of that one, a tremble runs
down all its length and curdles tlie
satin ; you think of calm water agita
ted by a storm. It is a syinpton, it is
an instruction, it is a command.”
Presidential clmir, thou, indeed, is
Grant lit to become an incumbent of
tlmt position. The standard of states
manship in this country is already low.
Let it not l;o sunk in tlie person of a
man whoso military tneompetciiey is
unless notorious than liislaekof states-
n'mnship. Accepting tho testimony of
respectable members of bis own party
as true, lie is a proverbial drunkard.—
As suclt. had .ho won on the field "of
battle the laurels of an Alexander, or
aNapoIoon,he would still be a disgraco
to the nation as its chief magistrate.
In tlie administration of its civil af
fairs the country lias been sorely curs
ed with incompetoney during the past
eight years.. It could not withstand
another such- shook. Let tho people
pondei'long lioforq they make up'tlioir'
minds to vote for a man who has not
tho first qualification for tho office to
which ho aspires.—Atlanta Oonstitu
An AtAUMtNO TiiEonv From tlie
nnnual occurrence of rains, mctcorio
showers, nnd the explosion of steam
boilers in various parts of tlie country,
Professor Loomis suggested n very
unplcnsaiit theory in regard to tho
earth itself, lie thinks it not impossi
ble that sufficient steam might be gen
erated in tlie .burning centre of the
world to blow tho world to pieces. A
volcanic eruption under the sea or
near it like that of Vesuvius now in'
progress, may at any moment convert
the cr.rth into a lingo steam boiler, liy
letting the water in upon central fires,
to be followed for alight wo know,.hy
an explosion that shnli rend it apart
and send tlie parts careering through
-’ace as small-plannets-ov meteors,
Grant's Duunkf.nness—If brutal
ity in the field, and lioastlality at
IVhat Industry Will Do—A farm
er living nenr this city, with the assis
tance of one son, produced last year
on his place, 500 bushels of corn ; 200
bushels of wheat; 300 gallons of syr
up; "3 bales of cotton, and enough
meat to supply him for one year. Bo-
sides'this, his good wife spun and wove
plenty of cloth to clothe tho fai “
nnd keeps it bountifully provided
milk, butter, oggs, nnd gardeii vegeta
bles. Ho. sold his cotton yesterday
for 20$ ceiits, immediately paid; off his
debts, amounting in.tlio’nggregnto to
$105; nnd was on his way homo by
noon. That man sleeps soundly.—
Jour. & Jlcse. 29(h Feb.
** *• J , .». m
Wendell Phillips declared In a
speech wliTch he delivered.in Boston a
short time since that ho would-proach
negro suffrago for tho North and will
'publish Grant’s drunkenness to tho
world, oven if tho Radical pavty.is de
feated by his doing it. Wendell crea*
ted a great sensation among the Bos
tonians by saying that if Jesus Christ
was to descend from Heaven and preach
.-eh bearing off; idmo'member or mom , ---W -. „ , , -
bora of tho human families to make n.the streets.of their city^ns hoffiid
porc.hancc nowjliscovorics and new ae- “ 1 *”
qnaintances in otlie.r parts of the plan-
cd to September.
A Roneml «tr
bootmakers in I.i
Thirty to for l v t.hots n r
the new French gun callc
Bo punctual in /our pnynusnta.
f Havo respect for your character,
California ia producing strawberrica weighing
five to the 'pound.
Reports from Central France ilnte-thit the proa*
poets or the next vintage exopoil »rij within tho
memory of man, not nlono for quantity but* for
quality,* * * "!’* ’ » / \ *
'The Legislature of Louisiana? as officially nn-
nnuncoil by Gen. Buchnniyi, ftand* 20 Kcpabli-
c.ms to 10 Democrats in tbo Senate, 60 Republi
cans to 45 Democrats in the House.
The retail merchants of Toronto have held a
mooting and resolved not to take Ameridan f-innll
silver, except at ten per cent, discount, and largo
Tho Dubu.quc Times say* there nover was so
much travel on tlie Mississippi as there has been
A bull has boon issued hy tho Tope summoning
generul council to meet jn tho Vatican on tho
u of December* .
Ti e Washington correspondent of a Georgia
»per says tint Senator Doolittle and General
Butler recently met at tho same dinner table. It*
must have been a place of “accommodation for
mar. and beast.” <
The celebrated Indian chief “ II6ie-in-the Day”
was Assassinated by being shot near his residence,
at Crow Wing, Saturday afternoon, by three In
dians of tho Pillager band. The cause attributed
Is pdnf-tip jealousy and uu old grudge. . '
• General Joseph E.‘Johnson, lato of the Con
federate service, lias teecived a full pm don from
tho President, throngh.the influence of Mr. Sew
ard. This is tho first pardon yet granted to a lull
general in tho Confederate service.
.The artesian well at St. Louis, which is being
bored by the county, has reached a depth of 3,147.
feet, and is the deepest in tlie world. There is
no water yet. T.‘.o work has been going on for
twenty-sir month?. ,
The Rothschild* liavojust concluded a fhunchd
mngement with the Italian government, by
which, on payment of twelve million of francs,
they, will receive tho tobacco monopoly of tbo.
all be only n boiler explosion ort n mag
nificent sjiale of grandeur nnd elestrue-
Set .Him AOain—A" very worthy
"fisherman hy the nnmc of-Grizzle was
„.., r ,. T „ drowned some time.since, nnd nil
ing rtpo#tIoi^Ji’i8;jnTn' , (0'raniy'hriM) soarch. fpr his body proved unavailing,
has joined his testimony, and will join
his mte to the liuhHcem-ivy,,” (A. J ohn- ’
Curtain—“Only a man in favor of
negro suffrago can command nty vote.”
Grant doclares “negro suffrago means
a A'arjof races.”- ,
Old. TItad—“Noyo.r ask. mo to snp-
port a twaddler and trimmer of office.’,’
Gearj’t—“Drunkards, like pirates, are
Frelinghuyson—“Tito pat ion owos.
it to its self-respect to Colo'rato imboqil
iiy. in pplitios no longer.!’ .. - •
Wade—“Grant kuows nothing.- of
politics. Ho can talk notbitlg
Yates—“I own I havo boon a drunk
ard; I will lie ono no’longor, nor will l
longer cast my vote with snob men.
iuality—A AVab. of Ra
ces.— 1 The "Massachusetts Senator Sum
ner’s recommendation that negroes,
or a negro, bo sent to Cbngross, tho
Joitrnul of Commerce veil says, is but.
another attempt to. force, the Southern
whites and whites everywhere to ns-
snmo an attitodo of-hostility to the
negroes: ; .
Sumner is exhibiting not only his
want of maghaniinity to tho Southern
whites in subjecting them to tho domi
nation of an inl'uribr race, but with
tlie most friondly .purposes towards
tho nogroes,-ho is leading them into
paths of the greatest danger. If-a
war. of races (which God forbid 1)
should ever break out In this country,
it will ariso from the' re-aotion pro
voked by, the application of Mr. Sum
ner’s theorios of negro supremacy ’at
the South. Thoro should ho but ono
isBuo to such a horrible war. For an
oqoapo from that dread ovent wo look
olsowhoro than to the. wisdom of Rad-'
■ - . - -v- irfaw
• Taunt from a Strange Sodroe I—
Don Platt, a radical writer in tho Oiu.
cinnati . Commercial, who . seems to
have more honesty than generally falls
to tho lot of njougrei politicians, says
, “ Wo have developed moro rascality
than any organization evep oalled-into
existence. Wo have organized rings
tlmt in torn create'office-ltolders.nnd
control the govormont.- Mon go .in
poor and oomo!out millionaires. For
one dollar paid to the government from
hard earnod taxes, hundreds stick' 1 to
tho dry fingers of offioial scoundrels."
What do our “ toil ” neighbors think
of this? Romcrborthls is notthooharge
of “ ty rebel ’,’ hut of a “ trooly loilJ’—
Tho liistory of the world furnishes no
parallel to tho barefaced .robberies,
swindles. The loaders too of this puro
party havo tho effrontery usually to
justify or approve of the wholo "sys
tem and they now ask .tho people to
continue theta in* power by electing
Grant and Oo’lfax tlie candidates of
the plunderers and their party.—Shark
County (O.) Democrat.
A prominent Rndicnl from Monroe
county, who was a member of. tho lato
negro convention, says that one-lmlf
the negroes In that county will voto
tho Democratic ticket In. tho .icns.ning,
Presidential election. Ho is disgusted
with his colored brethren; and is of tho
opinion that no coiifidonce ban be plao-
ed in their political faith.'
After it lmd been , in the water some
months, however,' -it was discovered
the ifflOBM m.d t..i=oa to
the shore, wlterenpon Mr. Smith, was
djspatclicd to convey tho intelligence
to. tho much nfiloted widow. . ft
“ Well, Mrs. Grizzle, wo have lb;
Mr. Grizzle’s body.”
“ Yon don't say so l' 1
“ Yes, wo lmvc—thd jury hns sot on
it and found it full of eels 1”
“ You .don’t say Mr. Grizzlo’s body
is full of eolsl” '
“ Yes, il is.; and wo want to know
whntyon will hn've done with it?”
“ Why, how many eels do you think
there is in Itipi ?” *
“ Oh, about a bushel."
“ Well, then, I think you lmd better
send tho cpis up to the house, and set
DEOANTERS.fllled. with frozen- water
aro n well-known feature of Parisian,
restaurants", and are supplied regularly
hy conipanics, one of which furnishes
over six thousand daily. Tho'cost is
said to lie very trifling, tho freezing'ho-’
watpr aro plncoil in slml
low tanks of sea -water; cnoh tank con
thining a copper reservoir connfcctod
witli a receiver filled with either..- The
air is exhausted from tho reservoirs
by an air hnmp worked by steam,
causing the other to boiland pass oyer
in tho state of vapour-, aticotnpanied-of
courso by a refrigeration that reduces
the tompornturo of tho salt water nnd
tho water in tho decanters below tho
freezing point. Tho water in the do-
canters,, however, usually rotnains li
quid until stirred with a glass rod, when
it freezes at once. Elongated oubical
vessels of metal may be substituted for
the “decanters, nnd ice produced in
largo quantities, nnd nt a low : prieo.
Israelites are constantly subjected
to the clmrgo that they do not consider
themselves permanent citizens of the
country whore they reside,. but that
they are awaiting tho coming of a tem
poral Messiah, who will establish tho
nation in Palestine. Tills clmrgo was
denied by Rabbi LUicnthnl at tho re
cent in.ving of tho corner-stone of n
liouso of worship for Israelites nt Cin
cinnati. Dr. Liliontlml said I'PAmoriea
is bur Palostmo; hero.is our Zion and
Jerusalem; Washington and tho signore-
of.tho glorious Deolnration of Indepen-
dbneb, of universal human right, 111)
erty aud happiness aro our Messiah ,
nnd tho time when .their doctrines will
bo rocognizotl nnd carried into effect
all over the world is tho time so hope
fully foretold hy our great prqpli '
When men will iivo together united in
brotherly love, peace, justice and mu
tual benevolence, then tho Messiah 1ms
come indeed, and the spirit of the Lord
will' havo boen revealed'to all his crea
An Indiana Democratic soldlerwritos
to the Cincinnati Enquirer to protest
against tho nomination of Judge Chnoo,
and concludes with the pithy remark:
I but echo ttio Voice of the majority
-.of my Dbmberatio -soldier acquaintan
ces when I say, “Better Grant aiid nig
ger than nigger and Chase; lint better
than any other, is George H. Pendle
reach' when on earth, that ha would
fin jail in less thnn a week. 1 ' .
klnguotn, - .
jx eotihtr, Ga., two whito men were mur
dered by-a negro, who was captured after hetng
shot, and brought to Sdvannah by tourtoea of his
— : .. own color. • .
Albert Pike, in thtJ-Memphis Appeal, Tho - SooIntv ot Fr ) ond .,, t0 "
says of ino Chase movement: -‘We andnssiatthoSputh In education, ia doing a groat
have heard that Catholic sailors, tired work, mainly in North Caroliaa and Tepncssco
of fish and eggs, if they lm l eggs to
ent, during Lent,' had a liahit of fast-
cat, during Lent,
cning a ham to a line, letting it over
the amp’s sldeinto tho sea,anddrawing
Ithp again, repeating tho formula,
‘Down Gammon, up Salmon !’-*-after
which they could cat it without need
ing absolution or dt ing pennneo. No
other |vrocess, wo lljtil;, nan maKe a
Democrat out of Salmon P. Chase.”
Got Hi,w at Last A Mississippi
paper says, ono day during tho war
Gen. MoDowoll was anxious to remove
Gov. Hum: hries, who then command-,
ed n few Mississippi'hoys at Winches
ter, Virginia, but he did’nt do it. Tho
desire of the Gehnral’s heart was grat
ified last weak, and Humphries wasvo-
moved. So. muoh for years of perse
verance, Tho-work" was not accom
plished, however, utitil the" Mississippi
boys had laid down their arms and ta
ken to their plows.—Columbus Sun.
Immigration into Cherokee G'eoiF
GtAt—A* correspondent of the Rome-
Courier snys: , ' s - ■ A
We havo .already experienced, the
benoflt resulting from the immigration
of Tennessee and Virginia farmers in
to Chorokoo Georgia. A now impetus
boo Iman mvnn n<riMP.llH.nrft. Tirtlim*-"
lias boon given tongrieulturo. Labor
saying implements nro coming into gen
eral "use. Manures nro frocly used,
and our lands nro yleldlng'inoreasod
productions, wliilo being yearly improv
A degree of prosperity has already
dawned" on lis, nnd if we are iviso, wo
wiil take ailvantngo of all instrumen
talities Whloh may fully’dovolopo, nnd
result in-wealth nnd happiness to all
A correspondent from Florida craves
“I think tho Northern lax-payers,
who make their living by honest toil,
should knowthat for two months tho
Government.has been distributing free
rntiohs to negroes in this State. * In
Leon coiiuty where tho nogroes regis
tered about 2,100 voters (2,600)'somo
25,000 rations were issued hist month
nlono. Do .you give free rations to the
laborers of the'Nbrih?”
No, hut wo, the saints, tax ’om on
every tiling they cat and wear, and then
tax.’em again lo feed the gemmqn,t,his
noiv aristocracy 'of the Sputh:—Net
York -World. “ " *’ -ma *»
An Infamous OaDER—Grant Puts
a Nf.oro over tiie White "Men of
Louisiana A dispatch from New
Orleans to tho Lotiisvilio Journal says:
-Gen. Buchanan yesterday received
ibm. . t .
point Messrs. Wnrmouth and Dnnii to
their places, the appointment to lake
effect on Monday,-whcn tlioLegislaturo
convenes. “Gen. Bnehannn last night
issued an order making tho change,
• The samo order authorizes all pariah
and municipal officers, declared elect
ed by previous orders, to tako their
offices upon taking the oath proscribed
by the riew Constitution., On Monday.
Louisiana will .havo rt colored .man for
Lieiitoharit-Gbveiiior. . •
' .Gen. Meade.—Gen. Slondo—whoso
latest military exploit is the incarcera
tion hy his subordinates of respectable
American citizens in dungeons eight
Ibet by three, and subjecting helpless
negroes to imprisonment, starving,arid
throats to extort testimony from them
upon which to convict tho former—is,
wo beliove, in Washington. Wo fear
tbo heroism of theso proceedings will
pot strike foreign nations or our own
peoplo National Intelligencer.
On Mondajlnst, as an errand bof ito* returnin';
to n banking firm in Wail street New York, with
$110,000 hi bands, ho was robbed bv a man .nnd
left insensible in tho entry of tho building. Tho
thief in escaping ran agajnrt a stranger, wlm
promptly knocked him .down, when the t" *
threw down the package anil escaped
On Sunday last, a partr of twenty-1
ton, Ga. On the
ngement. capsized, nnd i
were drowned. The others s;m
clinging to the boat until help ai
drowned eleven were men, the r«
' The city of Paris cnntains'about 2,000,000 of
inhabitants living in 50,000 houses. London hna
8,000,000 of people and ubout 360,00n IioIiscr—
tho proportion of people to* a house being five
times hirger.in Paris than in the English capital.
Tho Londpn average is eight and the Faria aver-
ige forty to each dwelling.
The Archbishops'of Baltimore, Cincinnati, N6xr *
York and St. Louis havo united in a card disap-
aid'will bo moro acceptable to tho Holy
Father at this time. . • . *
— —. f., , .‘ngj
Rufiw Ludwig, who killed -ills wife after being" * -
married to her only eleven dar?, Viis Imnged'm
Salisbury, North Cnrolhm, on the 26tli of.June.
He went to tho scaffold smoking a cig;lr, but when
tho officers offered to put th*o liowo around his
neck ho resisted violently, ind a desperate strug
gle ensued, ten of the- deputies-attempting to
overpower him’. The noose was finally placed
around his nook, and he ,wa? swung, off with a
muttered ourse for his parting word. • * > - a'* *
Never enter a iflelc room In n stato of perspira- . * *
tion, as the moment you become cool your pores
absorb. Do not npproaob . cuntngions diseases
with ait empty stdrhacli, nor*sit between thqskk \
and tho lire, because tho heat iittnifits the vapor.
Preventives aro pjeforablo to pills or powders.
A man in Atlssouri had a sick cow. Last week
he uhdertook to tnix for her a bolus V gunpow
der and ashes, while doing which ho exploded a
twelve pound can of powder, blew tho roof off
lilt; lmusc, hill,’ | t'Yii children, and injured him
self lmpelcsalyr- It Is not state J whether the cow
recovered or not. .
.Stability is the groat secret of success. No ♦
nan" can prosper who,is a mechanic one daya
profession^man the next, and nothtqg the nfext,
and nothing* the tuxt djiy.-j
buy.half a dozen JlandkcrchloW, nnd inquired hqw
mucli the cost was. “ Why, Mias,” said the gal
lant hut Impudent clerk, lost in gaxing.upon her
sparkling eyes nnd mbby lips* “you shall havo
them for a kiss." “ Agreed,” replied tho ydung
It the best manner you can,” and left thq store:. ^ i
A livery stabfo keeper, named Spurr, would
nover let a horse go opt without requesting the-
hirer not to drlro fast. One day a young man .
called to‘ got it turnout to attend a funeral. “Cer-"
taluly,”said Spurr, “you can havo one; but,” ho
he added, forgetting the solemn jVutposo for which
tho young man required tho horso, “ dpn’t-drlvo
fast.” “ Why, look here, old follow,” said tho
sbincwhnk excited young man, *‘l want you to
under-stam] that I bIihU keep up with’the pfocos»
tiun if U kills the horse.” r - ;
'Mother: “Hero, Tommy, Issomfhlca castor *
oil, with orange jiHco In It." Doctor: “Now re-**
member,.don’t give It all to Tommy ; lcavo somo
for mo." Tommy (who has “ bjen there”): “Doe-
lor Duvall U such u nice m!Ui,’mot.ier ; give itall
to him.” 4% '■ & A
Art old minister, a short time since, asked a
woman whril could bo dono to induco'hcr husband
to attend church. “I don’t know,” sho replied,
*“ palcis you wevo to put a pipe und a jug of whig-
ky in Iiis peiv." - ' -
Eve Is said to- be the only woman who nevor •
)hr«tttepeU to go nnd five with her mother, and
Adam tho firet man who ever wont to housekeep
ing without first trying to boilrd with his mother-
io-Iaiv. ' s
Stage manager: “ John, go sco If the ladies for
the ballet nro nil dressed, for the audience are get
ting impatient." John returns: “-Almost ready,
Bir;.got*tnost;Qf their clqfhes off.”
An instance of throwing ono’s.seif ttkput wax
witnessed a few evenings since,, at u party, In tho
otao of a young- lady, who, when asked to sing,
first tossed her head, and then pitched her voice.
A two-faced child was bom at Lock navon, Pa., #
recently. A friend suggasC8.it should bo namod