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SftTBflDAY KOElflSG, JlttY 18, 1857.
Mif Ooe or two bonier ' of Ihe
Wec.t ArPti.arenii!jinJfLi office.
tVe wllMolgeatolli6s who'Sire them, if
Ay will retrn thera to us.
fear aie indebted to the officers of the
steamer Sextkmcr toe Ule lolsrllle pipers.
Mr. LixniBM, clerk (if the steamer It
D. AVcrar-.S, hia placed us Under obligatiotii
Jbra picfcage of Ule fittr Or jeans papers.
SST Mr- Wm. Moris, ageiit of the Illinois
Ceetra Railroad, returned frm his Northern
trip on Thursday.
' CoL LocrtiDGE, of jStcarajoa fame,
was in the city j-esterdar. - ffe leara he is on"
his way to New Orleans.
' The Jlal-n. Cttib.wi tears, will meet
to-night at OJd fellows' HalL We usderstasd
these fenny fellows expect to hare a grand
time of it- We hare no cbjetllon.
'Mr. Wm. Stewast, of. The Adams
Bkpress Company, his oor thanVs for Xew
Wt, Philaielphia and Aujum pipers, fur
ulshed as last eveniog, in adraace of.lhe ntIL
One cf '-he a'i of tho ArrcAL
Orriir reteras his thaa&t to Mrs. B. A.
SrXABMAjr, near Germantowil, for a basket of
larte ripe plums.
i3 Major Logwood has associated with
him in the practice of tfee J,aw, Mr. Kila
teice. Any business eiirmited to their care
rM receive prompt attention. See their card
in tether coiaan.
Goon Chops i.v Alabama. A fiiesd who
reierned yesferdiy, from a trip to Korth Als
- barai, informs us thit the cofa crop there is
. vry preaisias, and the cetto., although small,
looks welL We have reeeiid the same ae
cooitt frost ether sources.
.-"iBBKAToa A. G. Snowy, or Mjssupi.
SfdistiBsaished Democrat will address his
feHew-eMfzsfts of MarshaH county, at Holly
SpriBfs, ofl Jfeaday next. Thene he risita
the Eastern eoenttes of the Hrst Congres
Fatal Disease ik Missitatrri. We learn
f rew a pit vate letter received yesterday, that thjjk
flax is preTaiiisg to an alarming extent inj '
vitinity of ?ater Valley, YallebushasfV Bb .
There have be several deathsJt HmBe ef
eorae person; lfttss Uiat there iiw
of reeorery. n.ef wl not go to pat down
wCicide orJWaocrati: party. This ia a
Mr. Escurjxiivva why thn entire South should
aekBrfos aBd work uilh us. Our candidates
.'atr-3fre.arl good and true rat.-, and well worthy the
M6dcne and sttpport f the ptopk. Then
we i Brake ew friends to be active and'encr
v3fit,u4)l ttte dayaf election, when vrftory
weH he sare t crowst their labors.
iHSSIiSIPEI DICTK1CT COKVESTIOS.
It gives us pleasuretrcomply with the rr
Cjiirst centained in one of the,reso4utlons of the
Democratic District Convention, which recent- ' duties Win a. prospect or success, Ibe ITesI
lyfcmWed at Holly Springs, by publishtc:: 1 deBt w?5A"".l,,":a,ion
the uiabridged proceedings of that body
this tseTBise's paner. The rroceedfHrs shew
tlt, although there wail very little harmony
ir v r. . mil.. j v
Ct,mt turned trt to be
feOHrtUgpgltte a lienocratlc lo re-fee tt.
Btot vAK, July 17, 1S5i. ! The pfe(ieBt was desirous that you should
The respective chatipio'ns of the parties in , proceed immediately to Kansas and enter upon
the Tenth Congressional District measured ! Ie "U dulie- But as you had informed
. .u . 11.1 i i j , , him In your letter of acceptance that circum-
strength at this place yesterday. The crowd .Unees beyond your control would render itiin
was large, fully teatiaj the capacity of the passible for vou to leave here before the second
large 'Court'-reom. Tae day was excessively I Mbnday of May next, he assents to this delay,
sukry, but the a nitration which was imparted ! and trn1!' Uial thereaf teryou will
v. , . . . . ' . , proceed to your government and enter upon
hytte very interesting, spicy and refreshing our da4Jesf President Ihe more
contest of the two speakers, enabled every- readily assents to this arrangement because, in
feody to resicn themselves, for the nonce, to all j th meantime,-F. P. Stanton, Esq., will accept
the inconveniences of the crowd and the heat.
Quite a number ef the belles of Hardeman
wre in attendance upon the discussion, and by
their attention and smiles gave zest to the
Bcene aad stimulus to the speakers.
Bolivar has the honor of claiming both the
aished candidateii for Congress as her
os. inervtse oath iorn and in part reared
here. AU of the older; fedtixens and many of
the yoaager sen here uLjidly remember many
an iacMeat connected &Ith their 'whinlB?
rVi,V. .. a: i .v.
hooftoy" days, whe?llhey disported them-
nica uiuu liivr jvvau.iui tirra m ugvireu in , were clearly and succinctly stated in uie Fres
th games of boyhood.' The personal popular- j ident's recent inaugural address, andt embody
ity-of beth:bere is df tha highest grade, and I paras!" tb.s communication, aek-
.v. i v. j , 1 1"? your special attention to them. It is
many a warm parUsar. there is who dearly jied in that instrument to be "the impeia
leves them both, and henors them for tbe man- tive and indispensable duly of the Government
hood and sturdy qualities which have pressed ' ot the United Sates to. eecure to every resident
them fervvavrl.to ti A-ittuost rriks . of their ""u".1 1' I . , SZ""' "PTTT'l!
rrr-. 'i iFSJtT t . of his opnip by bis vote. Tbis,Mered right
triMM-ctttztfiS, who Wlllaft lor thenf each individual must be BTeatrved. and
one and against the other as a sinV'e duty To
' whs 'RTri iiat aeeomm'iSate their patriotism
' HBd their political sMtUmenU to their likes or
diet&es, bat v.m will go steadily and fearless
ay forward asid do their duty, regardless of the
, yongeat ties of frieadebip or the repulsion of
.Avriv opened the discussloii with a
ptflfcand in a style whlctr.was calculated -
..give bis competitor gntat Measiness aadv
Iiotd him up in a Judicrdus attitude before his , tvtr attempt to overawe or interrupt tne rret
ii j u u ' i' j i i a. - -L- - ajiexerciset of theTightof voting-must be BTompt.
trly frieis.JIeshott.ed that, baring , Wefte(J amJ p(6h,a. Freedom ami safety
fcbelBatedby the"Araencanaad Whigparties," fyj the legal voter, and excision and pumsh
behad aevet claimed allegiance to the firat, I tnent fcrftbe rtegil oe ihtse should be great
v,bebeloasted of afEliatioii with the latter, PP1" ot Iou( aJmlotration.
4-vea though, according 'm authentic statements J ; TUfi'Uwt ?,f, J'"' bav
. .. , . ' .. . , , Ire authorized toe assembling of a convention
, Of the American organs, it hd -long since to frame a constftjilmn. to be accepted or re
cessed to exist. He proved from the first pla(- jeeted by Congress, under tbeprovisions of the
"form of the Knaw-No'tliag party and from the i federal constitution, the people ot Kaasas have
hatthe name IVhtg" hadceasedto be a dis- t euch authority, aad tbe convention itself has a
linetive political appellixion that its measures
end Issues had beenbfnedin the same "ruins"
wlthkx obnoxious acts and violated pledges,"
audT-hat bis codpetitot, who now boasted ef
bts Whip zSWations, aid was the candidate of
thepartjkh scuttled the old Whig -41ft,
vrtch gisded in ita downfall and which boasted 1
. . . , . -r .
bad escapid Xrom the. corrupt
practices aad principle! that bad been forced
upon iLfaa hr its leaders. He challenged his
tsctotbe defertieof the platform, and
principles of the Asaeriean party, whose nomi-
rrttfea he bad accepted. He proved from ra-J
rietra witnesses of tbuir own that even the
. . .i.. . . - . .
Ameneen parvy, a. a n.llOB party, was oeau, j ceie, c( ,be Jigtructions heretofore issued by
acd that there would tt bat twopartles in the j the War Department, and of thoseiessed by tbe
next CMSS-r-the national Democratic party present Secretary nf War respecting the em
Md.&eBlaxk Republican party, whh one of ! plTl the troopa of the. United SUUs
- ,', ,. , . ' uport vour requlsltiou. iT-
wMcTl.iCr.SrEPUESsttould be compelled to :. i.y,a communicate freely wfto thisde
vote and act.- Oa the Hinsas-Walker question partment from tinse to time, so that the Presi
de toot the ground that it was earning out the ! 'nt raay be keptlafarraed as to the true stte
tree principles of the Iraasas-Nebraska bill to cf thiD5 lE K""B-
streraif the conslitutiori to tbe vote of the' peo- 1 These instruc41ons carrs' alongwith them their,
pie, and that it was thn province of the const!
r-MTirmal eouwntion to c.eterralne who are ' the
r : . . . . .
fxfiytt and wuo are :uutiru to vol tor or
. 1 ' . . . ( I - 1 1 I .
snutied to you for
EgaJosttheeonslltuuon ana near mis qHes-i
UeeraJeht safely be left to the Convention,
which Is tnainly eompcjied cf pro-slavery men.
On thtPacifie iiallroaJ ne waa to ravor or tbe i men and bodies of men outside of Kansas as to
....... .' 5S .
Southern Pacinc uuroia mroaga eas.wnicn
bad granted munUcent and ample aid to ila
f twasamnation, and, i4 necessary, liiejrould
raMpalteate lectiojs of the Government J
andtleyond El Pi so,t tbe-territory of United
States, fcr Us compleihn.
lit made an able argirnent against thepolicy,
andeoMUtutionalityci' distribaUon and ma e
it plain that thisga;Eti iii nil a dodge of John.
2en,whichis being ro, lowed up and Imitated
ret-ihls bumble ditclpleit in Tennessee, some of
Whom boast loudly tha"; they do not, and would
hoi wear a party collar), but who da, in fact,
(fear the mest inex'.jable of collars, upon
which It would be apj jppiitte 'o engrave (of
.eeursein & political sua;.)
I am the dx of (eQand Co.,
"Tzsr tfl rir, id', whose do: are on."
It Is Ttrc appropiiater not to say dis
gaitfBg, to bear a JDufr-'Noibing Mich less.
a Know-Nothing c,ndllte. jhie Mrfltephens,1
coeeHDe- that he wears 09 paitv collar. It is !
true Mr. Stephens nevir totVsatnJi'oaibs, but j
does that alter bis pjiltlon? e is-Sam'a I
andidate atd ii ametable to aV objtciiens
(.Web be urged agaiitt barn Unpolitical j
ieij6olaaster aad cocsi.tuent. FortliaraUe
tita fessiy that be ecti r wore-a colSfalsjto
faterrJie1rIs,own ordet. 9
Mr. Avery also read ht celebrated iWHlotci
Banks letter, in vchieh jou w
. --'-.VlT. 1 T
- . . . : - i . i , n i t i
ahoary-beaded bypo:ttte,"tid the Dt-rioc- J
Baa, ad i-ia ; C tra It
racy " wretches'! ar3 rascals " abef
-wading c' this letter, 'sitb Averv'a epicy ccaj. '
ct'ents, creiteduproariiins arplatae'Ani'rierriyclans. North and Soctj ea?"e EO"UcIns bave
tpibens. 5s one of the ablest i"cf mosti'Milb him from 'the firs .Mr. bwu !"a ower
Repeaters otjils psrfy in Tetcetsee.
i?r!ch oa anecdotii. apt in illostr2tio'u cd ,
nlanaibie in arguments noounaing in me nneat
W1- 1 .ll-i., .. . J . 1.
sophistries. My-tttiBls already so lergtiy tohe'polUicIar.snay rJyl
.i..iti9r.-iot notice his various psia'-s land hiiicK AKAtf owes titnnothl!r.aa
tsnsrBf patting thjtp. Von will however (
t . . i.r..Mri("r!itrn iu umtu w is ttriv. i (pf.ii.ii hiiriHirriii' JtriJiMtMire orctitvfA i Vjai..7jr-.Tttc,o... - r,j.r4-n it. i
r v-f La'-rx w a v A- f- ' i r t.Tzz t . r r -Lirzir z -r v ' k47ikiwwjAwy ir- ,'t twHrtup .'fi-tvti j-1 ttr'j: r,- Trri r.-- - v . 1
as I k T i..la.-jr ---f-,T- . , . . . afe -ttjv T -' -a B
Ojmox fjp vkt, KpaTKf.! South Cow Jtj
ship nr I.ETTsftp4A nrrige.hasust cetae j
JkMCIi are ssmeji biit noT!jlitid'whIcbI in ihisT"
extremelyisatteif-factVerld, we deem wor
ty of record, sayii p. Cincinnati papers
Br. G.. a wldtnr ar. of Kas'iWlIe. a dentist.
was aware that there ixfited in New Hamp
shire a young lady by the name of Miss H
He had heard -(hat she was beautifal, and
blessed with three qualifications which would
the lady to be respwtab.'ycjnnected, having in
years passed lormrn iat acquaintance or some
oi nrr immediate rt-utirrs.
His business was i&ch that it precluded the
possibility of his viblticg the Granite Staie,and
so he resolved to write to Miss H., acquaint
her with his withes, prospects, etc., and thus
commence a correspouaente wntcQ, in me end,
1.-1 J 1.vi -.i. .'J.
uc uopra mijui itcuir ma a woriuy prvYcc4Mia tacoaplncr'haTl&n-arreited.
ner in the path through life. He wrote his
hrst letter; it received a favorable answer;
others followed in quicksuecesstbn, and a pro?
positioa was made on Or. G.'s part that tbrr
should meet In this city, and that here themir
riage ceremony should take place. Miss H.
consented, and on last Tuesday morning both
the parties arrived In this city, at very nearly
the same hour, Dr. G. arrlrisg by water, and
Miss II. by railroad. According to Agreement,
they both stopped at the Burnett House, and
In a feY bours-efter their arrival, the gallant
Doctor soasht the presence of Miss H., intro
duced hlnjself, was pleased with the appear
ance of his bride that wax to be bad no rea
son to suDDoae that she was not likewise f a-
roraWy impressed amazed prtlluilnarici
sought out a friend of the firm, of J. av Ce.,
who was dispatched for the flev. Dr. F., and
in m tmvr finnr ihp trtn was msfl n fieah -f
one flesh, and bone of one bone j" and the day
they wsra eonpsrative strangers saw the wed
ded pair journeying towards their future home
in the city of ?ashvile.
A loTKEf's Loyt, Among the note-wor
thy incidents of the Montreal disaster, says the
Troy TN. Y.) 5djf, as. the aavjng otjher
two cuiiaren oy irs. tjiosmmra, wnose uoi
two cuiiaren uy Vivo. jiuywiucui vviueo vua
band is in tbs employ of the OrandiTrunk Com
pany at Toronto.- She heW to a rope with ion
hand, keeninr the head of -one child abovr'"
waterwith the other, and holg Sft we have
by fastening her teeth in ita drei-",001 w "e
was the load that two of heral-"" S'y T Ihe
and were lost, ret she sUlUriALsxa were sabetan-
Atlasta boat CXIOS towa raorr.no Ir- and we
screamiBg all foae COHBtry, who so unant
She could not sere
nation, bOBht',,"' iue narpxrai, win agree wu
uctioas arc but tse coronary t tne
i-i-WK rarstDENT-s ikstmotioks tq gov. walc-
i9 tE, THKorG B TH K SBCKETAKT OF STATK.
The state of thia-s is Kansas has caused the
President great solicitude. He is very anxious
tor the permanent continuance of the pablic
peace, and for the restoration of ;iublic confi
dence, so that the people of that Territory
may enjoy tranquility and the exercise of all
the rights which justly below: to them. This
effected, a career oQirospetit) 'would be opened
in consequence ef the natural advantages of
the country probably not exceeded by any
other region in our extensive territory. From
causes cot necessary to recapitulate, difficul
ties hare existed there occasioning great unea
siness everywhere, and threatening the most
disastrous consequences. It is believed that
firmness and discietieu in the administration
of th territorial government will go fr to
wards the permanent establishment of Ihe
i peaci which Mw prevails there, awl it is hoped
win prevenriis lutrner msutroance.
in seeiziog to -procure me services or a cut-
zen qualified to undertake these reepeasible
inlceptthe office of Governor of Kansas, ami to
T devote TeurseW to the execution of its imnor-
: UntHotiea. In this feelme he Is confident the
i country will :.M.upite. and will had in your
iis& BuieDe4' 0Hc services and in the high
J distinguished public sert ices and in the nigh
I. t V1 CII.J
that the measures you adopt will be well cal
culated to assert the authoritr of the law.
the office of Secretary of the Territory- and,
j in your anietice, win he vested nila all tbe
' powers of the executive. He. will immediately
set out for Kansas. In accetrtlogitheiefBce he
' has been animated by tbe same tootives'tTiitqfa
hat e prompted you to make a sacrifice to the
I public interests, and be will command the con
i Sdence of the country bv his well-known ser-
vices and experience, and by his qnaHGcatioun
i tor tae position.
rjwirniiclftni fnT TTinrD.tr" i f A fir lti . 3
j compinr these instructions.
There are two-great objects ccmppt-ied with
f present excitement growing r1. of fae af-
fairs of Kansas, and the attainment of which
1 w, blDg it to ; Bpeedy telEjioafi. The
1 "that being accomplished, nothing can be
fairer thai, to leave the people of a Territorv
Af6wn esUnr for themselves, subject onlv
lv r. M ... .. -
to fae ijossljtTieu or me united butes."
Upooicesckgreat rigntB or lndlvidosi action
and of pilbMe Kecisiou rests Ihe .foundation af
American icsntutions, ami if Ibey are faith
fully secured to the peope of Kansas ithe po
litical condition rf the ooEtttry Hvill soon be
come quiet and satisfactory. Uie institutlone
of-jKausas should be estabhshwby ihe voles
tojfrjpT - d by 'force or frauu. And foreign voters
to pnnsv be excluded, come-wheeee they mat, and
ngnt to similar protection tn tne opportunity
for tranquil and undietuibrd deliberation.
When'such a canstltotlon shall, be submitted
to tbe people of the Territory, the- must be
protected in the exercise of their right of
voting for or against that Instrument, and the
fair cxptcaiifiuof the papular will must sot be
1, . ,
fraud or violence.
ine rreeiaea cricrs m uie oope, eXDressed
Uy you, that tbe inUrvanUon of the iIKarv
i force will net be necessary ( but, should this
i"1 expectation be disappointed, he refers you
i e.rUTinTaVtV Z
t instructions heretofore jfiven by the VPresident
of the .United States and by this department to
i predecessors, copies or inese mstruc-
! lion accompany th'rs communication, and also
own defense aad express Ihe position of the
sufficient precision and
i - a
I pciBiituij m ub uuuciovwua uv n mcti.
I ....r.fCl.. In V.. I - r - 1 t .11
TheTWralnUtratlon needed no prompting irr
I laying down this rnan cf policy :,they are eqnal-
! Jy as little ianeel of suggestions from officious
the ctrerse 'df conduct they should puruue to
wards Walkcbv They are bound to consult
tbe laws uof thecountry,andthe political pledg
es they hare given to it, in shaping their meas-
I urea totrards 'KansAs aadWALSss ; a
1 lattcaedsjook to IndicalloQ other than these
f or'tbelnc they would be bound to pay
f eiptc1aIir2fWtie cpodltiSn 4f tbiegg in
Kansas; 2nd to awardJWlly e awb.atAc.-Jioi
to tbe voice of the Democracy within that Ter
ritory, expressed through thtlr conventions and
newspaptra, as to the utterances of similar or.
gins of sestuiitul outside of Kansas.
Esptclally docs Mr. Bcphanak mean to rely
on tbe people for support' a piidan'c;' In tbe
diacuit service to trnicavtney dtare'xaitaS'ninr.
. .. . k- ... . I
riously opposed to hint andVA-,U have re-
fMed the nominauon to hint if
ii nu urn - 1
notorious ihit the politicians who now make
haste to assail bin on fery opportunity were
Atbeart hopeful of bU ifft iu November
Jjst They have Bero,h5stHe'l-ii&7f yer since..
They Mialled him before hewaa JnaUfSj;ed
as' President, They have, -assailed him on
everr pretext that B offered since. Jf is lo
Ike pepulariis of Jajuji ucuavak uifA ihe
mattes of tie people, in sjile pf e opposition
ef palif tcidn,r. fioj (he fouafrv oirtr Juicapf
- . , , . ti
c'tififl.Bc'ciiAlAjr mati4oely upon
. a . KTEl.ttl a I
this sinia wppgtftofjhe people against the as-
saulta of pclittVlaaswii conventions of poiol-f
It was Wtn people roaiDe owes nisaom-flA-j, mostfire atvaxeof. It has such a su-
tioa." at Cincinnati. Tbe BoJiHeians were potbTciai'bacIs that lb destroying (be grass, tbe
Tneerr-against bimnro-a tut first, In people
HUtlttii tht people of the Sotith ; IHSVlyery
UttU, to tbe politicians cf the South. Whtoui
is stranger tuay-sL natxer oiusboi; out on
. . , i-... . .
tarraony and paice, yet will he not vtIc5Viiany-
FurltMr Ftrlgn Kcvi,
Th rETo)aUoor mirtarnti oorg 'he sat
ecotlnne. X"itlftt iararrtats KlzrJ i itf
liberated thrae bsadtrd pntosersconBatd at On
if the striatr wtt MttrQtttstlr recaptorrtf ,
;Tln !t kdt) r tit Cinbijla IsaotBce :
Utai tr the TrtBAtnae. '- i 1 it 1 .
Tbk Emsvror and rain r ahnnt tit vlttl fy l.. I
Tht XntHA Honeof Parliament hare
AddltUnal rarcl-n Stwi.
A rMacttoa iattt-r.te ooimerat'lu, the Binx of ! tradei
Ftaaet, is shortly expected, t V ' T?n,h
TheltaUaa umpirac? ailnit thopmr XapolronL
u more icriosa than vaa at ant inubni r.t..
, .. i
The M fx .CIS diflroltr It in ttatu to. The lleiicah
miMtter it ttlat y idrjd. '
-Tbert -hare bVirreTeiatlenarr inoreaesU stteshorn
which hare been tnppretted.
in liaixtsricer Isinrreettom had taten iUe.UBderJ
. ' r uii iworrrciioathie -naa
been arrattd ammanlt Wn aad arm 1 1 el ted. Thero were
attempted lainrrectioni at Lapotl.
It wat reputed that the Mum mieliler wat awalilcx
hit pan part.1 .lit la charted with fenneatles dlflcsltiet
In the Principal ttlei. Tb nptnrt wat bfoosht IhSet,
U tatd, br Lord SUBtrd dt Redeiia' the Posil-h aialXr.
Tht comtpo&deal e( tht Anrt thlnxt the, attdf Ii inrtr
The tVeaeh rnaU dtbMhatatement that ZesUnd
had aaxed Franoe to aend troopt to China.
UltnifnTn, Jul. 1 - rM , . . .
; r ..i. Mllt vi uhn, w Lei l
taiparauoi aeorj oance, of California, toTablU wOT
,t'J!?ft7J'UlW": Jcknr Porltr" " SCv.: I xfl the a'foresiid, ?rom the elongated visages,
toOjurto; Charka Srtantaee, of Peon , loJTPelltioned 1 hntj rtra.r,t',nii ,!!, and anirv atSert
,Uj 6aK,irabtnt.toarMnoi!yfy "fi.m..tbarrj.r5wn-rall-r: tbn- seemed to writhe.
ertwrru, loraoia Aiarlba J.-' "-VVJjat iPJor lt while he was applying the
mml Jtri, jixtoi riHum.usiriu uc vtum. I
3ostuLP-5110Mr t"1 litajpreaenl popu:
OoaufLpw5 "ow"'"- ri. SaW
3h?W t C tl .
oi mo tuumij, hu ui u wiw. of
ductioa to . j large extent is to be cMeraV j
a ree iaiuu ui 11001.05 jie-j.,. SL.
He adds: If we.had a million of souls in Ja
maiea, instead of seme three hundred and fifty
thousand, we believe that there is scarcely a
limit to the value that might be aseribed to its
productive industry. Manchester mirht be re
Ileved of all dependence upon the Southern
States of America
in the same p'ai.er, of June 2, we find ihefol
lowing : It has been said, and truly said, that
many or tne estates toat nave oern ananuoneu
since 1S3S, were estates that, but for the exist
ence of slavery when they were first settled,
never would bare been established at all. if
we co to India and supply ourselves with Asia
tic labor, an outcry is raised against Ihe intro
duction, ef Paean s9peretitIon and of starving
indnlenee. If Ire tJnim la rttorl to Jlfrica for
aivppart ef Mot Icier which it peculiarly adapt
ed te the growl A ef our ilaplei, and to the se
verity of our climate, we are stigmatized as lit
tle better than slave traders in disguise.
On June 4 th writer remarks: We all see
bow difficult it is to obtain a supply of labor
in Jamaica, in point of fact, but for tne for
tufteus incidence of the late captured slave car
go, we have not received a single immigrant
into the island for several years. We have
positive evidence that Cuba is recruiting her.
population at tbe rate of from twenty, thousand
te thirty -thousand per annum, and we know
that the people thus recruited are slaves, whose
labor is compulsory, yet we allow this mon
strous competition to go on.
The taniard, of June 1, says: The New
Messrs. Baring's circular, that a further rise
iorlc papers announce, on tne autnorlty of
of two shillines per cwt- had taken place in so
car. with 2 firm market. If Encland would in
siet on potting down the trade, Cuba would be
harmless in this respect, lot if ike tacceedt in
prsvartar the terenty thomand slaves ftrichich
jtroTitxoi it knoan to hate been already made,
in la cost oj int present year, mere can oeno
doubt that she may shortly exercise a very im
portant influence on tne sugar market.
AjflUVXBJARY or BaADD0CK.:S DEFEAT.
Thursday last was the anniversary of the Bat
tle of Braddock's Field, and the Pittsiurg Poif
saya, -one hundred and two years ago, that
day, on the banks of tbe Monongabela, a few
miles from that now large and busy city, a
band of patriots, fighting for their country,
were defeated, and many of them cut t) pieces.
The scese ef Braddock's defeat ia now cov
ered with pleasant hamlets and beautiful coun
try residences ; then it was a forest and a wil
derness Now the locomotive rattles hourly
along tbe 'sight of the battle-field ; then tbe
trail ofhe Indlatrwpjjn tbe war-path was the
only sign of -human life among the thick forest
trees. The old fort, surrounded by a few cab
ins, hss given -place to" a flourishing city, and
Instead of the pioneers, ever watchful to guard
their lives and their scanty property, wc have
new tbe smoke of a hundred furnaces, the clang
of a thousand hammers, and on all sides the
bum ot industry engaged in the various pur
suits of manufactures, commerce and trade."
The Pacific Wagon Road. The Washing
ton Star says the Interior Department regard
it as certain that the wagou road to tbe Pacific
py tbe"feouthero ffiole will be so far completed
as to be used by the emigration as early as tbe
1st of January next, and that the oilier, more
northern, roads will be in the same condition
as early, if tbe .season favors the work upon
them. The Indians of the Plains, predict a
late fall and an open winter. -There is a vast
difference between tbe climates upon the north
ern and southern routes designed to be opened
1 .1. - - r- itl. 1 . jut..'
uavri luc iti uwgicii ui iudi cuuMi uiuei-
eace of perhaps three months of working sea-j
Mb. Maxct's Fasiilt. The late Hon.
Williax L. Makcy leaves a widow, two eons
and one daughter tn mourn his loss. Mrs,
Mabcv was on a visit to her sister in Roches
ter, her daughter was with some friends in
Troyj and the two sons were away, one in tbe
IT. S. Navy, aad the other in California, at tbe
time of Mr.-Makct's death. Mr. M.'s only
surviving brother is son residing at the old
family mansion, In Stourbridge, Mass.
A Brave' Bor. A lad, aged but thirteen
years, named Xabcisse Laxoictagke, saved
eight children from the wreck of the steamer
Montreal. It was by seizing the door of a
state-room, placing the children upon it, and
pushing it before him while be swam; that, at
different trips, he succeeded in landing on a dry
rock, or on tbe beaeh, eight of tbe survivors
who would otherwise have met, with tbe hun
dreds of others, a watery grave.
A telegraphic dispatch from
York, dated 14th inst., states that Col.
mont is seriously ill in that city. .
Tor the UraffcU Aapt.L J 7
Mxssas. EoiToes : I promised myself, ss
aooo as our cotton crop commenced sboxing a
prospect to make anything at all, I would in
dict you a few lines on tbe subject. Weir,'atl
length, for tbe last week cotton has commenced
gtotvingi and showing an aspect which would-
be raoredmiiiar for June 10th than July 15th.
Tbe enclosed cotton blossom which I send you,
is of good size, but, unfortunately, the compeer .
stalks do not vie with it, aad cannot, I predict;
and it is so with those whom I have conferred
with, that there will be a host of stalks, on all
plantations that will never produce a bloom at
al!; and the quantity of those that do pro
duce blooms, may be counted in numbers, far
exceeding any numerical figures, that the most
Intricate mind of man can compete, that will
not produce a full blown boll of cotton .the last
of the season, counting fifty-nine days, as most
areue, .This season cannot be compared with
the last "crop, only in ita Inferiority, on account
of itssbort staple, induced by the tap root be
ing Injured, consequently a. feeble stall: in gen
eral, and a sickly boll in size, and there fol
lows a consequence that most cf thefarmers
- anDrecinte at present, a feehIe.sUlk.ln
XXKxZn oi.n Muei.r?o7
intT a aiclly boll also, which is-preternat-
urallv bound to follow its sequences, must In
dubltabljrwrthtuit any if or and's ensue and
-iv us a shorter crop than any history of .he
country ever aUorded yet. rny sensible plan
ter knows whei.over tbe cotton plant Is Jr.f ested
with the tap toot disease, tbat all of tbe
branches of the roots must necessarily be near
Kl .urlar. or.il it lakes more uiaa ciiltlvallnn
in meet me want m i
to meet Uie warts of this, 'disease in cotton eul-
cotton QltlX-JuteiV'tBout remedy. It will not
. i - .V.I. -. 1
kpt so. aud tne rpots not uiatuxoeu.
LpaAsfrisa 'his disagreeable subject about
tbe cotton -ats'ir, with all the disasters that
have befallen i, and WpcM wisely Invoke tbe
services'of " Julius Caiar Qrilritti?" to pre
vail on our Senatorial and Leri.iat.rc bodies.
Lbr a memorial judiciously fixed up, to Ungthen
r ... . .-. I . . i i .
qrltay laws, as iar as ii can do buciujcu oov
IbetBr nothing else will save us. I expect to
bsar:bls-ir,"j raised In our behalf, and if he
remains lmpolt;, je unow vntre to get ui-
Speaking about pol!tIcsrWi, a-i al! on the
l out pipe tonearpurcanauaies j iuy cjuj-rt-4
ly tB appear "on our boards, at which time you
haU Airiar iroin me acaic. i uave noncea
ibrodgVti 4,7;rican,'Know-Nolbing, Whig,
ran. I rvonder J
Ross Totric, ttfcir.j ply jig 1857. '
I'm .rrmr -rirr Peop!.! Hjit mer.
r "AV ' s-w Vw nPwaTto-nr-a T i w
(&3 3rhricVe voted In Congress against iiell
vorcf aauatte. aovereiaati-. - He said In
speech In Congress, that tho-peopitrr the'Ter-TitrjrlesS-toatiide
. . . . - '..n . -i . i j . .7.. .1 . T
1 ki.m.Jl rif Vi ninnle nf Ine Sontn. denvini.
thabMMr. Br,-thtrfl r n.iirj ihe Territories with the
i.iThUehehlrM"rAboliUonlsla ot the tfetb. That he Js in fa-
JtEMPHIS PAILT APPKJI.yrPICief-
SATifBtUT. Jtf 18, ISit. J
19 UIOV lOood JllddUas.lSiiAISK
oJoV"41- iogit WMdUEtrait..isKr
J. i-Tt T'n n f tinv nAnni Min fvr
Li. as than laat s.rl the aamt rerlod. a lar
wrva ine icisonera. iHtnui unporiavioas i
..ou ni sow ui Dona, sua mere mctj uk.
In knrir VHkdjawlbeti Thereti
. rijSatB'JfHl' Crdi-;rUt lest i
retnraor t4 vt alter
t tV.llM'. .n1
tho middle tt the
moBth ''hounal'prrioa fur bojtri from dUUntniatkrti
titrikl tf appearasoe! and deopnpamlone old be
Jarvard tht H ett, and Ut ttt ,
A ..Jutrartlert aroalnsdr btre looklnr roood. hat
'fthoattrPrch('Bf' At tip-lo. there It rjiihlnj jet
tto rulavP. " frr d inter litre nut praciiuur an
v.I.rio nXtlre ilar t to lirm. It If rcn-raUj tn'm.ted
that tiotatV0 lk' infrt-r are low, and that a faon SVJ
mandnatta""7"11 osio4 Tximv xr too acmioa wvu
dmtir7M,DC'ct't'ret tbeerr'at harectt If
f Utt be ptcntif" tth the oVmand aad the cottecooat ao
7eiIeOIa to Mt - uituM n. mmi im
!einiaaaict;TdiPii art tiit eiported rnan Ihlnt
The lncreatedlP"0' nw 1111 ffrrd the maoatte-
tMTlnc lndn.tirfl, vaiua. a imi miaciivo m vo price
of had worrTj " tdvleet ibence, la conac
homn at an pre-ed tntply to mtrket.
- . V tjr tk nmlEr iMim fcin eat bvn M
exhibited. "iikn,4K"!- tbtreu a Utter fpjy"
J la attract in eartr trade , r
A email r d,loa ln 'ta wlH tserraee tho' ' ' iff
Hon sf erU'. that the bier-athl prodocfa beafmgs
lboglowleerv.wu'mB'.", blI5iihat the same
p-c. dtorrTirl'"'r--Tjm Washington dotro,
a:oi at this late bouf was a
lortbe erot- o n
of deception, apd only intended to
iSTzle the hotMSt, utiJUs'ptctiDg.hJrd-fisted
jaury or llie-cotrBtry. His review of tne
character and public services of Sam, was
u., i.,i.'f t,a A.I...UA r.ti.r.
Vv;..7? f Jceuiotcarceiyretainuieiraea'a.
v-r.i-,-3 anviuine to equal iu xus
Btai - i of ibe frr-"r, crushing and withering.
'eaad proud f our
GtW from Cae ir.r. rrm.,. nf hi. nh! .nv,rt In
the "rkur principles and of the Constitution
- liZa'ii'Uuion. in 1 his defense of the rihu of
the tsiuth.and of the States respectively.
When he had concluded, fjtef. Hatton.rose to
reply, but as be was et idently ont of sorts, it was
some time befcre be could get his mouth to go
off Hgbt.' One would have supposed from his
tone, vthinej drawls, gestures and mode cf de
tlx? DV that he was the veritable gentleman of
eeaesiasticai memory that "played upon tbe
harp of a thousand strings," as his effort was
on of tbe most juvenile, puerile, pedantic caste
that ever was mule before an intelligent au
di Mice by one aspiring to thebtghotfieeof Gov
ernr. His party and friends ate evidently dis
appointed and chi grlntd, and when they looked
batk at the intellectual disladiatioas or Jones.
fBrown, Henry and Gentry, and contrast their
jfegbrts w ith those of their present knight, it
can't ds oiuerwuie man a reeling or mingled
shame, and pityshouldfiti their bosoms for their
ttyro of to-dav, aul exclaim "What a fall, my
countrymen ! " He belabored himself aad bis
audience awfully, and each successive plun'e
seemed to sink himself deeper into the mire.
The second letter from Kingston gives an ac
count of tbe speech, and impression made by
Gen-vHABsts, in Jteepjng with tbe above. We
therefore omit all except the following :
"Next in order came Col. Hatton, and what
shall -I aayothiin? Well, I have this to say:
I nas more disappointed in him than it is pos
sible to conceive. I am an attentive reader,
not only for bit owii party papers, but of- the
opposition press, and I have been led to believe
ftot"Mr' Hatton, as a tpeaker, would compare
' . 11 ...:). ,k v.... -H..f.... Af ci.i v ...
well with the best speakers of the State, but
with the observation and neating of to-day, I
have to say, that bis parly in East Tennessee
can boast of more than fifty of bis decided su
periors superiors, both as to rhetorical ability
ana seiii in aeoaie. Among uose superiors, l
mention R. B. lirabson, J. B Cook, it, and
even in Kicesteo, tbe party have a better niece
j of available taali rial in the peri oi, of Dr. J. W.
wester, mr. iiattos s delivery it certainly
quite common, aad his field of tb-iht and the
ory as exhibited to-day, certa-n ) , command
only a low medium place. Mr. II wton' points
'on distribution, alien suffrage, were made
Ibout in uaitos with tbe sentiments of the
Know.Nothing press of Tennessee, and if they
made in any de'rec a favorable ioeresslon, I
could not, by careful noting th general feature
' of the assembly discover it. Ere I conclude, I
will note the point, alien tvffree as made to
day. Gen. Hrns shewed luat the denizen
the foreign subject, who denounces forever, all
allegiance to foreign governments and especial,
ly of the governsaentof which ke was a subject,
and under oath declares his intention, tc, and
then is fouud an actual settler in any of our
-Territories, when their territetial government
is to be matured tato a State, does not endanger
our institutions, in being permitted to vote in
common with settlers from the blates. rhis
Mr. Hattoa calls oitcn (not denizen) suSrage.
Wonder if such denizei.s are regarded by the
irovemments from ubich thet came, as ctfutnr,
br rather do Vity not regard such as aiicaj from
Let me gs'stllii in the Democratic ear. Sure
ly the Know-NoUiinesAare soiaitd do not tbh-k
to elect their man. The object is doubtless, to
swap on him. So keep awake, swap no vote.
We can elect our Governor by thousands, and
carry a majority of members into tbe Senate
and House. p.
DEKOCRATIC DISTEICT C0HYEKTIO2..
Preoeeflao oi tae Pnaoera'ic IMstrict Cob nation ef the
Plret rjoagraMaI Dlxrlo- or Kialtp;4, bold al n-Irf-prtoft.
U-sataraad Tae daj, dajy Sth aad tth.
The ConveotrwatSalledsto order by ,
on wnose muion, uoi i-eiix L.abaure, of De
Soto courftvi ys called to the Chair.
Tbe respective delegations having been call
ed, tbe names of tbe following gentlemen were
LIST Of DBLEGATBfl
TisuoMiKca J. J. LiiM)se.v, D. W. Davis
a W. Bell, D. M. B. Reed, R. T. Malone, R.
I q Pantf
11. L. Jlrown, VT. H. II. 1 ison, W.
w. Bonds, K H. Boone, Gen. John Winegar.
ic.MCA ueo. a. allies, Dy proxy u. a,
Paxola Jf P. Wallace, N"V R. Sledee, J. J.
Meek, David White, A. J. Hunt, W. S. Ran
dolph, A. 1. Jtavburn.
Coahoma T.'M. Nash
Makjhall W.T. Losg, J. W. Fant, Willis
AL Lea, J eon ii. .rant, ilios. A. Falconer, V.
Lascur. R. H. Bonner, B. Norris.Thos. J. Hudi
son. G- H. Moteler, J- F. tt'oodfin. J. R. Nor
fleet, Russell Dean, B. Milam, Samuel Kelsey,
John Sharp. W. A. Hancock. Smith MeCall.
Abner Jones. E. F. Potts, Isaac Deshosg, Da--1.1
n.i.i.. 1 rS IJ.V.:. r it-;i r-
iiu 1 inuKi. .Ji. . luiwmBVHt iv. 1 1 iisuii. i: .
Moseley. . .
DeSoto F. -Labauve, G. D, Campbell, R.
R. West, J. R. Carter, W. P. Womaek, AV. N.
Rainer, C. G. Nelmns, Y. P. Resaell, Jas. R.
Tippah. H. P. Maxwell, W. T Hamer, A,
C Rucfcer, VT. L. Griflio, F. A. Volf, V. D.
Gossett, "W. C. Faulkner. I. Wbeatly, C. A.
Brougher, J. CoJIint, J. W. Thompson, J. S.
McDonald, R. McDonald, C. A. Green, W.
Parr, B. B. Smith, E N. Hunt. S. C. Ruther
ford, A. M. Avres, W. R. BeSbanan, L. E.
Green. B. L-jx J. Jil. Srritlit.F. W. Strickland.
JtA.lddal, ll. t.. faimer, w. iu, llenilern, W.
T. Strickland, .w. A V. Jeues,' Jk A. Green, J,
G. Hamer, T. W. Miller,
L I.iriTnrr H. Tt. Rraaham. Tt TV. IJnir.
ii. u,.'.!,.i.. n n,. d .ti tr 1
k.l VIO, AllCil llUUIIl(IUBa l. Un.n. IV. IIOIIIO,
1 .. r .. t,, . r .
ru njivOOL, in. i. regues, nr. i. aiicksod,
A. H. IVgdes, L. -T. Wvnn, Cf M. Phipps, W.'
Delay, A. Peterson, w. inompsoo,U. iv.raris,
E. R. Belcher.
After a call of counties, a committee eight,
consisting of one from each county, .was ap
pointed to select and report permanent omcers.
Col. J. R. Chalmers, Chairman of the com
mittee to select ctEcerSjreportrrLthe following:
rrtstatni. ui . iteuaen n. dioone, or iisn-
' Vice Presidents. W. R. Buchanan, of Tip
pah; John B. Fant. of Marshall;' Felix La
bauve, of DeSoto; W. S. Randolph, of Panolaj
uoi. rmpps.ot i.atayeiie; it. n. jjj rne, or iu
nlca: and T. M. Nash, of Coaboma.
Secretaries. D. W. Davis,, of Tishomingp ;
1. A. raiconer, or uiiarsuaii; fi. d. uiaytou,
of Marshall ; C. a! Brougber, xf Tippah ; and
G. D. Campbell, of DeSoto
The report of the Committee was received
and adopted. The' President took the Chair,
and thanked the Convention for the favor con
ferred upon him, in ' a very neat and appropri
ate aaurcst. a f . ,
The following resolution was Introd&ctTd and.
. Jltsvltcd, That the rules of .the House of
Representatives, so far as applicable, be adopt-
ea i or tna gorrmmenc or tais -LrOnvention.
Tbe following centlemen were appointed
Committee of Credentials: Tjson, of Tisho
mingo, Meek, of Panola, .Chalmers, of DeSoto,
Peterson, or larayeite, fotnter, or Marsnail,
. Tiprabi'TrTe report of the Committee
waj and zioptt
On motion of Dr. W. L. Lea, of Marshall,
Resolved, Tbat ibis Convention, in voting for
the nominee, be governed by the rule of votjng,
in the lower branch of die Legislature that is,
for each county to cast asraany votes as it has
reprostntriiirea. is tbe lower house of tbe Leg
Mr. Thompson, of Tippah, offered tbe fol
Aarnd'iBrntfo Dr. Leo's Jtrioluionai
Wiiebeas, The members of this Convention
concur in tha principle-that all political power'
is inherent in tbe people, and that in choosing
their representatives and public servants xI
every des:ription, when the choice iso be
made through the ballit box, an equality of
rights, privileges jr.J power, shall at times be
observed and practiced j t9 that the free white
inhabitants in the State, county, or district, in
which the election takes place, shall haye an
equal, fair ami just participation In all things
in making such selections : Therefore, be it
Resolved, Tbat in casting the votes of the
different counties in this District, in Conven
tion now assembled in Holly Springs, each
connty ahallb'e entitled to as many votes as it
cast for James Buchanan (or his electors) In
Ij'cven-ber 1866, for Presidtnttof tbe United
State!, fcndliat ihe vote reported to the Secre
tary of State cf it$ Stale, shall be regarded a s
the evl.'mrn of the hfimier of rotes cast in
each county, for President of.fii; J7fVted States,
I. !.. ... ICIt
111 IUC J I ... vuw.
The amendment of Mr. Thompson, after an
able discussion, was rejected the counties of
Tijjpah, Tishomingo and Coahoma voting for,
andihe counties of Marshall. Lafayette, De
Soto, JJanoIa and -unica, votjeg against tne
The "ressiutlon introduced fcv Dr. Lea. tbat
tbe Convention 8huuJd;-ote fccxprwnp to the
representation of each county til 'tii.e loftr
1... r..l.'AT 111 . V riBl4ftra -vipffd -Irlnnferf
uiaiiui .mv. mvi.i.iuivi - t
j-.On jnotion. It was
da rms bedopteJ
ttion otfa caasi-
,..( -.J order, the follow-
of triry rai
O or Ttr wiht trate tP Cusbtnsn; ovlt
fcy tn jio
X M. JacVeOoV'
T KBinS' Patent CemolatWneU cnui - O'clock,
I i WatUtsadt Alio, Kanl
ing to adjournmeBf.
ni'ri cr.ssnfriTas addressed to the
E'-lwa.. nt-vl . . ,
i -fifl i' VV?' -JiudroaQ :
jBMwniv'm fr,i1fT"t rr!tTAI. K n.a
r. ' 7v- 7 v . . 7tr Seamar. Jdj , 1857.
froni Klichm txtAt ynunt amocrtiu uonvmum,
. r -
'Carpru. CorUlm.riu rr..'i i......
Glaatee, Ottoman rik,r"V,s'"r,. I"1",
I road to- Abbtvilte and back!
eoooa htndat all i,4ce to-morrow jnonting at 10
'sr....JTii or jo me junction i
Wirnjioomiconttu Convention may dteritin;
n31 ftamfd by Ihem do &ot Inter
v regular tralnn.
W. GOO DM 4 K. rreridrxr
SMng resolutioas were adopted. by
J'4H:i .v. . i , ...
That the thanks of this Conven-
f 1 . S ,. 1 . ' .t 1 . . """I
Antral Railroad, for bis kind and
offer, arid that soue time bejil
9 tlo'e.i .lh,e VVPfW ? Pw-
robe pi CVntral
upon at lue close ot tue present uay-s prvceea-
... -. .1
ines. to arcepc or nis inyitauorr.
....., , r
to ballot nra voce, by counUes, .for the "specif
iV nominees. 1
Oa the first ballot, Col. Cushman received
the vote ofLafayette, Coahoma and Panola
rapt. Jackson, Tippsh'aftd Tishomingo S.
Hon. J. 'W. Ciappi Marsha)!, DeSoto and
t? "Tc j ii. ,,,l'lhi ' FTerriries wiM b obliged to aeqaiesce in
From the second to the eiehtb ballot, ClappJ ,1.-1,- ,
9- ' ' '
. ..... w. w vv .bnm ...w.
From the second to the eighth ballot Cush
man 3. ' '
On motion, the Convention adjourned until
8 o'clock Tuesday morning.
TDEintr MoR.ti.to, Jalr7, 1S57.
Convention net according to adfournmtnt.
The following resolution was'iotrodaced by
"?- . .
'-''""'"E 'T"'i- v..
t.me oaiiotn were uao, witu precisely me
same results, viz
ri. r t 1. o v.
On the 18th ballot, Col. Ltbauve, of DeSoto
county, nominated L. O. Lamar, of La
fayette. The result of the lfllb, JOtn, 20th and
21st ballets was Clapp C, Jackson 8, Cush
man 3, and Lamar 3.
Tbe name of Cab Lamar was then with
awr a ,c
From tht 23 J lo the 35lh b.ilotfcick.rV
eelve.1 9 vnte. PlarmS onrl HiuLi. 1 .
Oo the 30th ballot, Jackson received 8. Clapp
7, and Cushman 4 votes.
From the 37th to the 50th ballots th: result
was, Clapp 8, Jackson 8, and Cushman A.
After the 56th bal.ot, D. W. Rogers, of La
fayette, withdrew tbe name of Col. Cushman,
and put in nomination Co!. Lamar.
Onrdhe 57th, 5Sth and Wth ballets, the re
sult was, Jackson 8. Clapp G, aad Lamar .
son and .Air. Clapp were both withdrawn, and
Alter tne svta oauot, nan.es or uapt. Jac:
Tishomingo put the name of Hon. D.B.Wright
On the COth ballot, Lamar received 12 votes,
aid Wright 8.
After the 00th ballot, Hon. D. B. Wright was
withdrawn, and on motion of R. S. Gantt,
esq., ot iisnomtngo, col. Lamar was noun- l
nated bv accUmatlou. ...
Col. Lamar, being presmt, was caKed to tbe j
stand, and accepted the nomination in an ad-)
dress characterized by bfs usual foree and
lira. J. W. Clapp, being presmt, was called
to the stand, and made a patriotic and eloquent'l
sneech. Dledria? his earnest aaiwatrt In Ihi 1
nominee of the convention,
. " . nr .
tlemeo addressed the convention, pledsine the
undivided support of the Democracy of their
respective counties to the
able and talented
nominee of the convention.
p r : n-v... I .1 i u- i:
Col. E. R. Belcher, of ijfavette. and adonted
k ih Pn..itir.n. ' " snouia Bve ait tnerrgnurin tne ceded lentto-
.1. u E UilllUKa WWC III flUUIFll UIG VUttlltl' '
iui me iuiiiu iii uit cwuv cuvivii i uniesa tna u-avemaacnt suoiikt exntoit soBae dis
be returned to Col. R. II. Boaoe, for the able
And impartial manner In which lie has prt-
stded over IDe Beiiberations or this convea.- i What priva isstnsetiMs Mr. Bowlin may
. , , 1 have received are not yet Xnown: but no public
Resolved, That the thanks of the convent lo aMurances wie afforded Jhira of a change of
be tendered the Hon. James F. Trotter, Judge j policy. on Use put of tbs CV)veriitnet.
of the Chancery Court, which was in setsioijj -jt rftg Itaan infracted. ttSt President Ospiro
for his courtesy and kindness in giriiogthe eon- KOaU bring tbe aubject Ufote Congress, and
vention the use of the court-room to hold their H9e bis tiillaiKe in behalf f such convention
meetiacsiB. between the two Guvernoients as would adjust
Resolved, That th thanks of tbe convention rzi Me pretnt dilfidBltles.'
aretendered to tbe Vice Presidents and Secre- The asaent of both Hbuses of tbe New Gra
taries, for the faithlnl discharge of their re- Dadian Lefllslature h neleasary to the raUfica
spective duties. I ttAn of a treaty; aud hence the difficulty which
n f 1 TV .1 IT.. t. Id. r- .i 1 - . ....
jvcivura, iim. luc iiajjri o in iuib v-enin
sional District, be requested to publish these
proceedings, and thattne Paulding Clarion, the
Mississippian, and the Memphis Appeal, be
requested to copy the same. '
Resolved, That Col. E. W. Dale, oi Tunica,
Col. unarles A. Urou-uer. of Tmna3. w.
Randolph, Esq , of Panola, Dr. Wl.lis'M. LeatmriSfe Covon meat wUl of course cpntlane its
of Marshall, R. S. Gantt, of Tishomlcgo, D. prsltitinary iseaaurea. The forts of New
W. Kodgers, Esq., of Lafavette, CeL T. W. Gianao are under our cannon; and in case of
Nash, of Coahoma, and Col. Felix Labauve, of tb 4ger of any recurrence ot the outrages of
DeSoto, be appointed a committee tp fill vacan- ltWb'of April, 183, United States marines will
dee, and fix the time and, place ftr thehciflfrgtb, landed for tbe purpose of affordlBg protec
of the next District Convention. ' "tion to tbe property and persons of tbe pas-
Retolted, Tbat this convention, baling trans-1 em;ers.
aetd the business for which ivassembled, do j Further tbe President cannot go. The war
now adjanru, sine Hie -jr. makin Bowscta not with him. He cannot
. viv. ii. uyi.i.j J 1 1
.jD, W.DAVISj andlhtia.'yyii-i.
- .y' BUUb, l'res I.
Tha Vexed Csnjtltntlcaa.1 Osestioci ef tr.irit.ii
Considered ' ry tSesion of tbe Panama Isthmus,
, . . " . . and bald it aa lace as it may be advisable.
From the aiehaend E-Kjubera j 7 - - K-oegotiatiotTis on foot, here, in regard to
It is not a very difficuly matter, we are sure, UbereWMo-ts of CosU Rica and Nicaragua,
to ascertain tbe correct principles of cpmiuctBUt ifc-is sard that Gen. Herran,the Gautemal
whlch should govern the DJmocralie party on jan Minister, has offered himself again as the
the questions of Kansas. At any rati, we f diptomatac representative of Costa Rica,
shall mike an attempt to point them out; and BaT 1ttho9 two States there are private
we shall do so with .very cool indifference ta aants emploved by Usesseamboat speculators.
me uamoi nu me uii luctu.jcvu
In tbe first place, it is clear that all citizens
are bound by the laws of tbe country. The
.Legislature ot n.ansas is under tne control or
CoBgressjDtr: at present an legislative powers
are entrustea, oy express ueiega.ion irom uon-
gress, to tne nands oi ine territorial oovern -
Muoao. "-"bj"3 i v .
rormat and positive enaetmenta, transferred tne
enure conduct of aiiairs In b,aosaa to tbg local
government. The principles of the Kansas-
Nebraska act are upon every man'a tongue ;
out nowiew lucre are wnouave taaen me pains
to examine the act itself 1 Take a s'.ogle pro
vision of that act : With some unimportant ex-
eptions;of jtower to tax the lands of the United
fates and of non-residentf, tbe following sec
tion bands over all powers of legislation to tbe
Sec -JtA. And be it farther enacted, that the
legislative power of the Territory shall extend
to all rightful subjects ot legislation consistent
with the Constitution of tbe United States, &c
Such is the tenor and spirit of the whole act;
it being the intention and policy of Congress to
leave the people of the Territory "perfectly
fiee to form and regulate their domestic inslif
tutions. in their own way."
Lest they should be embarrassed in the free
and unrestrained management of their own af
fairs oy tne Missouri lomprcmise, uongress, in
rafilra.t-Tantlfl ar-- litnL- Aimrlal mini
to rsmove that Impediment by declaring it in.
operative and void," adding as the reason and
explanation of doing so the declaration :
It being the true intent and meaning of this
..i . i i.. s.i.i. .i.. rr. .
. J . -.w
ivi iiviv. vu itziaiiii. Diiiui imu Aiiv.ciiivu.y
or SUte, nor lo exclude it therefrom, but to
eave the people thereof perfectly free fo fcrra 'rame1ltT , ? ,l?le,n D!e' ,a ""'M'""-e-and
regulate their domes'Jc institutions in their ' fore Uw!r indlvidiial opiniofh are known, or
own way " ite. , evrn a Pess ventured as to what action they
ir.:L'.v.... I e i .ii . Will nrobaMv take the outside rjreaaure ran.
utiiue; uiub uatuicucu mi ivncis oi I e L s-
latton ia tne lerntory, to "tne rerntory" in
its entirety, and not. to its Legislature or any
particular department of ita government, Con
tress has frotnthat day tb this abstained frcm
all legislation or interference in its affairs. It
could at any moment Save exprtssiyrepealed
or modified Its general grant of legislative
powers, or tacitly resumed a portion" of those
. ... 1 i.t tv. :l-ii' -v... i .
never done so, and from the passage of Ihe or-
s. riv'-t 10:1 ...in .1.:. I 1. .1 rr-
IUrC10j Vljf -TACIC191ll VUCU1 liCU; UUV. I( U2S
ganic act'of 1854 until this day, " the Territo
ry " or Kansas nas-possessec an potvers of
legislation In the Territory not inconsistent with
the'Constltutlou of the United States.
Among these powers of lerislation are those
forauthorlitng.a Conventfoa jot the 'TetTitory
ture enacted a law providlne for an ehurnera-
and for framing a constitution preparatory to 1 auu uie jws.ou locraior ana 1 jew misguided
its adinisslorras a SUte Into the Union. Ac- T"" " the Sduth cordially and fraternally
';,vt;r,ir. h.i ini.r i h . t. r r," i r, . i-1 . t I .i . unite in their denunciations of Gov. Walker.
vWI UiHL, tie aoar-c oaa was smu .a. w s o aw A La a ArV-IOId
tion of tbs Inhabitants, and the. election of a I ?e " zt"oatT en-iavored to promote the
constitutional convention. This law was 't Interests f Kansas, by removing, as far
passed with the knowledge of Cowrress and by " he ca? "w'-r remove, all causes of irrita
its tacit conteLt. Indeed, thp whole countrf, , Jit'e3! "J1 ""P"1?? bJ' "apt-
-xcptUio-To-ka-faciiwithin tieTerTito. .
ry andthe Black Republican party at tbe North, 1
acquiesced in this law and taciiy sanctiorei 1
cqulesctd in this law and taeitr sanctiored 1
knd approredit. I niie so iiruca oaicioos anxiety is relt for
ThQs, not only has the entire 'power over this e future of Kansas, and so much Impudent
subject been surrendered by Congiess to the ' !l'ctat!0B h by those who conceive that
Territorj-that Is to say, the people, Leg,ia-, hve 1boi r'fih' "nd the power to
tore and Body poUtie-but the exercise of this ! ?sh.!0B h J-wtKetlons, It is a source of grati
powerbas been acquiesced In by Congiess. ncatlon to a?w.ai the P'?P9 of the lerri
lbe whole subject matter bas been left ti the lorT warned by tbelr otvn bitter experiences,
management of the Territory, and.there is no
pewer but Congress that can interfere to con-
trol tbe msnner in which their wort shill be 9usla,f 0 aiKer.'r.otwitDstandlng tbe
cond icted: Congress itself being estopped from Pr-tnt atUcks of his iNorthern and South
Interference bv the principles of the Kansas- ! ernsssailants.
iVebraska act, and by its silence last winter In 1
tne incipiency cr tnt movement in tne Terri-
tory for a Convention. ,
Thus, the Territory of Kansas bas l-in i
eir.th.ri ht- PAnerraoowiiMha ,
the whole subject of the framin? of a contti
tution and its adoption br the neonle aa it
would have over the subject if It were an in
dependent, sovereign State. We, in Virginia,
they in South Carolina, or Massachusetts or
Kamsehatlia, haye no more right to interfere in
the matter, as they shall choose to manage it.
by our clamor or otherivia;, than the people of
Kansas would have to Interfeie with us If we
wereengaged in framing anewconstitution for'
our own sovereign State.
The Questions whether the const I tnt Ion about
to be framed for Kansas shonU be submitted
to tbe people for ratification or not j am, if so,
to whom shall it be submitted, are local Ques
tions, belonging exclusively te the Territory to
decide in tne usual form " tn us own way."
For ourselves, we are perfectly willing to 'c -
v.i.i. I.. f ik. T...-. ... :..!.
ouiuo u Itt'tx -ciiivvvj' ivaciv uu i
these questlw, cr,i merely from choice, but
because we conld not con
iirci u,e .ueeision u we i
It cannot be denied tbat there are two sides
to both of the questions which are tbe subject
of so much idle and fruitless controversy out
side of Kansas,, As to the question whether
tie constitution about to be framed" ought to be
flensntid cr Cn peocle direct!? from the hands
cf the conven(tc;,'r.r'ijh,-rtdjbV submitted to
. - Jri-rJEsJ-. W-iS?-, '
lQe-S:st ror.iv.tatjoa pt Virclnla, whicir-was i
framed iiltthe tnniMea of the Hevoluiifi7waa
Mubrigfed to the people for TGeoa.
lS&Pj wh(ch"!were frame! in tbeltranijmlity if
niib wt auuuii iktu s.u uic sreu iiic a iri
States was submitted to the constituent States'
t The early precedents wire to fTC
I IS5 constitutions directly from the
UrscSl?' 'nenli Within tho Jut twenty'
lirs, of 'all the States and Territories that
jUed-'them dtrectly from thelreonTetrtioiif r
rHheta were w,VorIc.iPennsylrania,Iovra
LanH these were Naw.yorbAPennnlrania. Iowa
. (indKeotecky three' Northern States and but
lone Southern Stat.
shall thet constitution be ruSmltteJ for ratliie
lion. In case- it shall be decided to snblect it to
tbejpcpular.ohleat? U etfually wilhiu tbs ab-
teoiunj tvnuoi oi
; t ' . " i
tr . . "fi. th.J
in 'i erriurv" ur h.aniAS.
wears willing tahidstne (teclSiofijt.tni ier-
ritorvt not-iL jnav oei iroar cnsice. out iron
pcotripmsfsn. MVe tn V)rg?ffla have no right,
! ias in-dCQidji tlrfs queUoo"in their own
1 way " '
W weald reEnart, lHwTer, that on this
4c3uvH,in iHi uc in.itrf vuq . prcccurQA 4ia
...u - - . - i - a. - ,. ,W hil. . ,nn.ttf,,tinn of
IdllUUB. iU T1ICIHI,. MC UAVC litAU .WU UDDU'
.H r lit. 11,. ..e. e rr.
. r ri .... k j a ? -r
1830 was sbwhted to the-voters who were
I -.-Jiiuj m.. . -.mK,. f h. n.
I stitutlonal CoovenUon, the constitutien of
1 ,350 W4I ga.nj, 1(, th, Tog who 4hooM
be qualifitd undsr e terms, of the new C011-
a ituUon itsslt W tak it for granted that
: , jtution itstlf.
1 thi5 wiu Utht WKte quMUtin B the Kansas.
convention, vu: wnior tna voters upon tne
ncwWon,fauitiJfl Am he those, who were
nnaliRil In rn (nr rr.ii)vr th. fVnv.n-
i h .wtfi ht,.a i iiT. ..j-,.r,.
tion, or who list If be-qualffied to vote under the
provisions prescrib-d m the constitution of the
Cniurentien will frama. The legislation of
Congress has left the decision with the Con
vention, and the people of the other State? and
1 TViVar tml.ml Uinf If Tin I ,.-,.,-
r conservative Me. All Congressional Ie;isla
ition upon rheepMriiteation ot voters in the Ter
ritories nas Been very loose. "inna&iunts"nas
been tlA tern generally nssd, and this with Lit
tle or no restrictiM as to length of -residence.
The ordinance of 17S7 allowed all " inhabi
tants" to vote who should own fifty acres' of
land. Tbe treaty of Louisiana stipulated that
tbe "inhabitants" of the reded Territory
ineu 11 vwteiB, in its irtgauiuvivm oi moss ier-
T.tnrl. r.ro frM vii m.l. InhoMlonl
. . , . . ., . ...
" twenty one years, who shall
be an actual resident of said Territorv.'' And
me iccuiuinmvi UK unuuciiuc .iiuumi uun
.venUon at Cincinnati, looking expressly to tht
formation of a constitution ran thus
" Retolced. That we recognize tbe right of
the people of all the Territories, including Kan
sas and Nebraska, acting through the fairly
i expressed not implied will of the majority of
me aeiuai residents, aad, unenever tne numDer
.ff.iieir jbaauiLaDiB. jas.iuea it, to lorm a con-
ui -their inhabitants justifies it, to form a con
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J. .3tn0" ' . JW1 I
perfect equality with the other States."
.We.tiave Hum explained the exact attitude
in which tbtae vexed quotionsot Kansas stand.
We do Bot intepd to Ce understood as approv
ing the failure of Coi.gress to assume its legit
imate powtx a ovtr tbe Territory. We all know
tbe circumstABcss which have prevented doing
so, and the e darts it has made ia that behalf.
Tbe fact ts wtrat we are now presenting, and
tbe fact is undeniable, that tber ftelstatioR of
; frfE" Z T f,'1", '""t,0,'!
we have all-ided to to the absolute decision of
"the Territyry" of Kansas to be made by
whatever organized and in whatever mode "the
Ten itory " may soUet.
Return f Kr. Bta-lli frcm Netr Grasada.
1 Float lb Watalattoa Suteo, Jar IS
Toe arrival cf Mr. BowIIb, our Minister ta
New Granada, in this cky, and bis report of
the situation ia which be left the affairs Df his
laiatfea as, jost now, lively topics of interest,
G. Caw bad much less conirfeaTiB the
ability of tbe new bavevament of New Granada
States', even if it had tbe dtspoaltion, than Mr.
u wii. u . ...i .i i . .
. uui r . i in , aim iuc irnii. vi ii
i t,Ws that tie astute Secretary of State had
I formed a canrcct ktea of the position of Presi-
I r. otwua uao seen stmriicies to wiiuoraw
frnat Veor (ir-mA imI nturti Ia Wa BaIaiAii.
. . .
! ijjp United States. i
may aria from Jl ignorance and prejudice of
the populatiou, acting, fos they would, doubt
less, upon ih. repreeeiKstion ht tbe popular
branch of Congress. Ij does not appear pro
bable tnat an tmi, rtoore can or will be done
on the subject atpraint nothing, certainly, in
S.Ajlixnitt - Tie.rrtiaiiJri
I take any step which would be tantamount to
- miin r
tvill, r.o dcobt, nrosent Ibis subject to tbatboiiy,
, and ask Set fVftr, if be shall think it neeessa
w no will ?xrt VBeir wits to ootaln from botfi a
' complete aod practicable erant of the rrcbt to
, , the transit. Such a contract woold also
involve an arrangement between Costa Rica
aiK Niearagisa rsecting the cleims.of the
i formerlo the nafigalion of Ihe San Juaa river.
' xbij ,CKeriitant Iras also an agent there,
wno win soon report me lacts as to me condl-
tion of these Geversaenis.
Whatever power may impede the transit, the
Government Is pledged to remove the obstacle.
j The President must be armed with tbe necessa-
ry power to do it.
Ihe Pesple of Kins is and their Outside Ene
From the WatalssbMi Cn oa.
The intervetrteg spirit of sectionalism is the
same, whether us proscriptiveness bas tbe
North or Ihe South for thetheatre. of its mis
eblev'crtts aid circum-rcrfbed actios. Sectional
ism affects to reco-gnixe tbe principle of popu
lar sovereignty. Hut tne recognition ts gene
rally followed by something more dangerous
and afienaive than opposition to all who at
tempt to-Tedwce tbe nr inciple to practice. The
action of the extreme school of soliticlans, in.
the two sections of tbe Union, having for its
avowed ebjeca-tbe moulding of tbe domestic
institutions of Kansas to suit their respective
rnerrdtan itetMsis of political right, policy, ex
pediency, or aggrandisEnent, is a case in. point.
, . t V tMJC
?:'' f uscics, mmiuiufi,
alld b'onders, the people of Kansas are now
j Pf-aMj ng?ed, under a valid law ot the
.""J1?' ln "S f consUtution, with
! the view Ot Cratatni-rr admission into the Fei.
, ,. ri 7v . . . . 1
5raI U"tV .Before the. delegates who are to-f
. w . " , , ' ' . '
.u.tJ. . ivw uia iiviui ami llvim luc TVIVIVU
cQtne threats, appeals, impaiAUons, and tbe
basest of charges. Tbe whole trUeitioo appa-
rcntly ia taken out of tbebsnds of the people
of Kansas; and while they regard with sur
pfYse.if not wdiguatloo, the impudent Intrusion
of oatside demagogues, tbe sectionalists redou
ble their efforts to rr luce them to a state of
miserable tateUge. The auolitionists of the
I ??'th, ! r 'OPP the admission of Kansas
into the UrMon noon ativ other term, than ao a
into the Union upon any other terms than as a
free State. TJie extremists of the South will
oppose her admission if. slavery is not recog
nized by her constitution as -one of her domes-tie-
institutions. The New York TWiosr
threatens ; tbe New Orleans Delta blusters :
i.t ti r- . . t ..?
WB0.se eniet oawes appear to hive been that
nce with that great principle which lies
at.lj?.e M louoaauon or our iinertles.
are D0 ? "ail tnsmselvea of outside
synpithyani assistancejbut are disposed to
Ve nive ,d0Q6r "-at Peple orKan-
a V i--"'V""
telligence to frame a State constitution snltaMe J
" '"i """"i 10 B5r " tue pest au-
vaotazettielr own aoalrs, wltnoutadvice or aa-'
.itf....fr.n,.i.. IV.. .i iv.
i m o.t . . V it v i i
ganizattonof the 1 efrttory they have locked,
and thus far looW in vain, for the time when '
therwoau be able to realize a II the benefits
and blessings which they were and are entitled
to as members of a Commonwealth in which
the great principle of popular sovereignty has
all the force of statutory recognition; But we
think tbe dayot deliverance -deliverance from
internal strife and outside machinations is at
band, and that Kansas will be able not only
now, but hereafter, to manage her own affairs
in ber own way, uninfluenced by tbe persua
sions of false 'friends, and undismayed by the
threats of open foes.
DcATit or Wm. Ogden Kills. This gen
tleman, well known throurrhout the nolitiral
Irele of the eountrv. died in Phltadelnhia. on U
- T - . . - , ' I
ir cuucsuaj1 aiicmoou, otter a severe Illness OI
i day or two's duration. Mr. Kites was a soa
or tne lite uexeisiati jiiies, the founder of
Aifi' Urgittcr, and succeeded bis father In tbe
pilblicatic-n of tbat national work, which he
edited with marked ability. He wasappointed I
to a positron it) me pension omca on tne in
coming of Gen. Harrison's administration, the
dntles of which he discharged In an acceptable
manner op'Jothe time of his death. "When
luat occurred, lie was in ruuscieipma on oast.
vsitbthe enersl goy'ttxtatnt, I
mlffteatloa?' The Constltntrdh' 15rtJi9 UKledI"'1''"J'l''irf-llWintT' m prntrt i.wamsirtad
Ar u. Dr3R t v tht oxk a 4imUsni.
.i - - sl; ji j ' -
"nHor. X rttk-awi IxaOaa," ke medians U
fSTOr Of Xecei2tllsIa.Srttlistt. lalooiUr tor lb lr.
I curs, fro ko paprr tiwt-a ia rjci acu iai ntci.
SoM at the mannf actor, N. 80 MiMeo Lane, Srw
jTwk.acdtyallilraacuu.aiUc., sac , art I per pot.
I - f
I - , ? sjossux"
i"a prssr nouie -or it. u Annum
nadUale nrrjjipi that dmded diteate, the Freer
aadAtne. ThonaJOorf.the-proSTtttorjO. A. li'OKABD'
t yew-Tort, thdoiat
Wltsid yifVf (he Wort
t vorVt at oca rf
tBOCjettejtbMeracunof th. t;e. for, wuh Kxztr
erpto. then it EH loedlesaa asova ttatlhoWSe
aoreldtUf prised thaa lhH,iron the tact that It does
China and rtrer."
3t hlrsdrertliemenl la another'plrf rf toll VtZm (1
The nt ftealU) Setiton of th Toon "V'rSiJa(i.r Ba d.auiaer KtU 4. Jokstoa, W
ScWr at SonenBle, Tean t will fcmaieaoo on V0S"-1 tatTdar Atuirrd by awtl ooaeey.
DAt..noJth .f Bepltr nt. vad, th. caattaa ;&J2S
fnperriiiwVf -C H.wSaa.
Kp ordct otttStrd of 7rsttaaiN -.
. V JL-. no. JCTMltTJtPrfttl
Enwts Dicxmoa, Seer.
TIMEL.Y NOTICE I
If the maa'who toot aOolt't BcpeaUr f rota aj orer
coat poelet la Vmiai, tonaetian ln Mar latt, does nit
retUn It toon, t ahaH Vd aadet tao ncceitHp of anatt(
hit name U fitgte B thtantUc nrtott if a s mi user
as witf aortiKJiMablelo hb, aid f B 1H0 take atHr
I minaret af abut Bte, Ho It kaowa to mo, asd need not
Lmiw .cini. ''
-. , Hy B.. of Jaeaton. Teaa.
A Word to the Afflicted.
TOK "KIRVOOSTO.StC" U now mitdtd ij al
actentiatnun, Ubotop)3to anrprepajaaUt ever bc
forrfrnOTtfd t tejflWwf TrMiirUr, aVbr iueonobo-
ritinclnaBeneroa ten" apttra. tt taiesUHr to dis. L
.. .. . . . . . 1 A i .if
eatett retaoara. am to uuie preuttpitat to rvpeaveM
attacxi of CaUfr; rtttr osd'A gnejet inr. irad of Freer,
this resudr ihocM, by alt meau, bo aiod. Atd to tboto
reatdiaala Mataatie dttlri ts, wboro dfatafo of thl
character aro alwafa latMrpt to ts.cHmatrlEe7 thdaM
nerer bo wrthont It.
Sec, &c. . -r- . . -
THEKEll bo 44k ave that prrtrteV fijscad Uf
m iMrt a llaic, llal lilt romri' Mri iteUM snoenfj
otont of the remedies when itofti d, at theter andiw
iMiwirr wwrri lasmtiBi wit rut wm umuru-r
-. , -
than aajthfa Oll. RBesaber tftat "P. f dUHrW-
Warrhea. l for a bm of SfeK,,'. CW or Diet-
,ii. .i.i. , i.t . wtu r,.
I lv . lUtottaber, tMi H no casrwrirlraoTUed hss.
' j -r i -- - .
bat t we aire m eratences U proro MM Xast.
For Coltls, Coughs, Asthnia.Cron
Cliitig, Consumption, &C.,
OM Dr. StDeK'3 UO VEUCMf.VD PBCrOKAL. . AM
ot tbe'ahoreare tar tak at all tao Bra 'sinoe, aad apoa
tvtfttj tuj be foonl ts'aa lae twa aad vtSloprr.
j. if. SLfeDfiK k. CO..
'Solo P.uprkX tw,1 sstaiat, Teaai,.
Taahora on ordert stast be aaarnted. Jf8
THZ'STAK GALLEST now saVrs for ezktMrloa tbe
flaett ookeetloB of OIL PAINTINGS of aarGaJUiytn
We coaatrr. '
The IMPERIAL PH0TO6SAPH b oaa of tt teadtss
ptotarrt of tbedar. Hade oatr br PARK tc PEP
LOVT. Tt nALLECTTPK lie'hlirt. vender fsl ptetaroerrr
made caa be s-ea. at tea Star GoJfrry. Had at no
other GillelT ta tbeerlr. Goseataoat. mjll
TFItife Teetli, Perfamcd Breatli
and Beautiful Complexion,
GASf bo aeoofrrd bp atiac tht ' Biui or A Tfior
saxd Flwwess " whit lady or -piaoleBua wooM rr
maln andtr tat carte of a afeatieesMe aroatb, when, by
mta- the Bum e-r a TuewiiD Flowebs" aa a
oVntrllee. woard nor oaryreadortt sweet, bat ttareth I
breth waiteaitlabattt7 Jfaay pertaaa da nod kaow j
their breath tt bod, aad tht'taateet tt to 4eBcaa taotr '
Mesat wtM aorer Baratloa tt. Beware ef'caaaooTfeUa.
. . ... -i. . . ...
lo tare each haUee taosraed.
Fa-TBIME A 0., 2ew Ttt.
g- rortaloay all Prasgtttt. apn-deodty -
Xortn Alaliama, middle Tennes
see, iiinl'fcrtli Mississippi Trade;
THE DCQIOOSAT, HaattrHe. Ablrotao, paattthod by
J. Withers Clay. Bdluoc. sad riop ibrtor, at nearly
tblrty-Sro year oM, asd tt Btash Mm latf-ett ptpor at
Korth AlabaaM. and-tu ytopetotor ieetr-jn u UUM oldm
aad hat the aldtot aad laott --oatral vliieSalb-ii of aay
Atabaata paper ta lot Soothers oaaotieo of KtaMor Tss
setoee; lae ooaatjtt of Jaoktoa, UoCala, Kodttoa, Jtar
ahall, Llaettone, Vorftc, moont, Htssook, Lawtoare,
Laadoedale, Froakfta aad Walker aieaueo. tn Aitbtaaa.
aad tko Kortaora. esaatiet ot MUHiittot. Adnrtta
BMavo left at tbe MEMrmj ArrEAL Offlor; wttb Jaweo
Poaa. Xi-, or forwtraVdtjSlri otlj W -Tat AreMrref.
Uunttrilit. Ata.' pnaiptyla--trtodt reoaoavMe ralef .
A POKADX for boaatUylac the HAIR-hiaelrpn-traed,
larerbar to aay French artbao iaperted, asd tor
haf the prlco. For dretsrac Ladltt' Balr It hat no
entil. -rtrtRt It a britbt, ttooty appearance. Itcaseeo,
Geatrtwn't Hair to carl la the netl nataral Basser.
It rrawres daaaisa, alwaja gtrtac ttto Hair tha appear, j
ance of hews treth tatatpdoea. Frtee aary any o nt.
"foac renaleenale. liSBr-!. FBTX1DGK A CO.,
preprirtari ot tho "Bala of a Tbooaaad Ftaweri."'
ITTForialohyaB Drassitti. apl7-deodly
Por Spring and Summer of 1857,
KLECAKf Ureal if oleokla aad Oatilmere SATS, re-
celred at WHE ATOS'd, 75 FroaA Br, whyrt Ihpoe la, staio aad atP,rn r Mkr f"1" at Uo-.-..opWhaodfatbtoaabrAf
rh-iaaU , -rf'Z .lllTZZZ
Oaaitaatlr on band and reeorrlac too Ursett aad flnett
ttock of SOFT DATS in the etty u
KSIATU-l-i. IS Front Raw.
W. E. MILTON,
26 IHndisoii Street, Up Stair? i
OrSTTPArVflT? AfJT? I deeed aior In-lUUoaa, whKh tbe pMie thM-M faard
I O U it Jl it U XI . ii U -XJ l jv a aratt parehailsx Bo nut peraaaard ta bar aatlhmi
FOK SOUS OF 70S' SSST oo aatU yoa Bare rim Boetba-rVa BoKasd Brttera s
i, , T n . tt j, , trial. Ose tratUe wtu csartace Tin how taanKery
Marine iMBranee CompaEiEs in tie UaKed : s-,r U(, an theoe imiut-oaa.
Exchange and Xotc Brolier.
I wMtlead to tha ii--otUltttaf aB
MOTES AMD RILLS
pSEATXESS, CUEAPAESs, DIJPlTCn.
FAST 5TEM PRESSES,
THE BEST WORKMEN JNiTHE'STATE
g CO " a
15 Madison St, ilempiiis.
Met-rAuUsadotatrtwiabiac CSmJirs, Cara, or say
otber klod of JORBIXa deae, aro trafiettod U caH at the
Bamix Coaaaas-Bvem, and eiaatlas eer. ttodc bad
jr-klr Tne BBtHTiy Q9MPAXT.
1. L. WEBB
WEBB & BAWLING S,
Outdoor from earner of Mam $ Union its.,
PARTICULAR alien toi pttd to recetrtsc asd forward
lax Gondi. teiUes Grala, Bacoa, aad aB kradt of
Product aDdminefactortd Goota.
Ordera rem oar c-jltoHrVrt ailed al Ihe lewe.t mtrket
I ratet PTodaco eblpped no oo tol oteasvWoata catered
ty oar poucy. nnloa raaiked "not Intnitd" on the belt
or lid inr. All Cotton ln itoro lnaortd cnkil othrrwUe
Otirbadat'S befsr exdn-iitely Coansltaloa. and otr
time devoted tv the wtlfare of oot pttreat. we fret at-
I tared that we can at well promote their leterett as aay
I nenao to the city jrli-Jtwim
I STOCKHOLDERS' HIEETIXG.
Slemphis & Charleston It. It. Co.
rpHr. next General -deetinr. of the -stockbMera la tho
xeophu and Ch.nvci Baurooid cSpaay! wi St
e at aumpnii, -reuoes.ee-, on te?lLCO.M ao.lDAT,
"r abctm, tasv ah BtockboMen are re-
oa-tle-l ta LO reprrmotrtt to prrn t,r by proxr.
SthcAlertwiUhepai,idfreoUsdf-om tt Meet,
we, from Satcrday befcre, entH Weeaetday thcrralter.
Inetatlro. by pretentUc their stock Orristitra ta tht
-wora. nyorscror tno aar
Fmfdonl U. ot 0. B. B. Co.
Memirbt. Jrdr 16, 1ST? -jrlS-dltiw d
eJflempMs Saw eiflill
WE efxer ear eptendid If IS properl j tar tide, attnated
oa Wolf tlTtr.Jait abort the KaryTard. WewM
ten with the Jim, ir ntelied,
3,."00 Tiers or Timber.
Tha Mm bit been ran oily ahoat elrht mental, biiir i
nearly new and la perfect ord-r. We brHere K the Br-ot
perfect and eampleu Mlfl un the Mtiiiiilppt river. Two
Lltilo data reqatreij caiasee on easy time.
n AjLTriil A CO.
Aro promptly cured by
McGOM'S ESS. TAB,
LlM033jLf3ek230f3 of Xi-toxi -rto.
d rr H. S. Uncnus, Dm Kill
A rH'ra Of
'Mortar. Ho. 183 Jdln-at.. Mem;
r x vo r 1
3 . y in
mr KEW'AJTD "EEATJTLTITL TYPES."
f Bifl Heads, J C-
Plorenco "VCesleyan University.
"IgecoHtl Wt-fiuegday iu September.
RtV. TUB. arrtttS. D D.. PitUdent and Frofettor t
Mtral PhMotochr t"d Be&e lVitret;
S r mat?!)? . Profor of KUed Math-mtlUl ; ,
5.Dt SOTOT A. ,Pro,wC,or Afe.t and llodera
tt. 0,jpst3 A. U.. rr(eMerottaeleMetr
'it P. BTIIGGS, A. B . Pretcif jr of Pore irlamjlM.
ExpeXSRS lor Board and TaiU-n ter
v ta:r Tea atoiitti. from I3 to
BiildUe-lltBt. AppaB new aad of
IFdr snoosaliiri OiMetIareaoiwM.toiea,
IiatbBUmlthTt SoOtr refined: Sladrttt
mard In orlrate tameM'S i ta ColTtrlHr U-
rr..... is iuumjii aad naefBteteta; lbo Preparatoir
f Sceo4i m taut from the UolrerritT. tSe top-rlo-
fxtirrtn!ir7l'eomitUBt .l.uiiat to aaaaUo
rrtaaM aMttlal I.i ISf. a
-tfatabiraes mar ocli4Marbs try aefrter ot
bePacU-r. O W P01TKB.
PrtelsraVJKard f Traitott.
Tlyem, Alt. try '. ISBT
Notice' of Dissolution.
mnB PAKTNKltaHirheIot4XlUoBtween la
X orfdertlmd to tht Ctoibttt
d Paraiibtof tw.1
taaiHac dtiu tfHe it2m
" nrtni en tK
Uriels Warehouse for Kent.
T Hanrve areri aartnoata aa two aarwer as
mttaaairfiiKaitirvrva.tiztoor no i-rt. 1 mr
TJ..,... .r.A... JV.i
s4Ut-lauiemalM A pair M
WO drirrrrtiit tor&e rticf raltn&e
I iTitTm ao, j.Vl whew J ean (ret 1
-Crrirrrrtnl to est roovBUeoSoataeaH of Coekrara a.
irt.inioat of laoitsr,
takes la tho Sute, or
BOC t-of Griper eofor, alwaitlxraiioW.aboatC fett
X atcaeo tlf a. aaa tt a tlq at iinm a au tat
JOBS H of dartrcopper color, shout 1? ara ort, of
izatH llilo-e aad wat tfeotr gaaU waea a;pnhaid, I
tatak. AcWrtiratCVlmai'lXKiiai. XUt.
hit st HAtretsoN owirs.
WC ari.p7itchi kit kett sarkot pilot for Wkeal,
sXlvreoatSs 71 Fiont Kw, or at tho "lli-
caoc Sv co.
A COifTORTABLE Btac Boaoe Taaet
Itreet.oppotetoSt. Asset Aearfraty rtaliBiWa
titht rooaa, faod t'roaaU' reva. M. Potte
tttn srrta iauaxUtelT Apslr ts
a PWW81WT r, tt ATPUTT
OKS ntJSnaHD uekt prim White oWa ;
ta eaika pla.a sod caarui.d Haau ;
ce i'irt Oaaay Bitt ;
IS bttao iBdU BtCZWC :
Far sals low to tbs trsda Sr
Dough vt JtATBLxrr.
Biak Aroaae, oeL Mastw A Xbaooe ill
Sngar, CofTee, &c.
0SK"lT.VtHEO bast lUa CMt I
"30 baa Jata CotTes;
KtMf 11 1Kb otr-;
ball. Ctftalaat aat) rVaibred "razor s
60 libtit aad lrabf baft lUtrissttt Wblttr;
' loaVMi. -UeBsd whltky -K
a. 3w aunifBii: mmm awanwn vya.ru . ,
pFor taM laar by . saszt7J-TT A. ATBLETT.
jjIS Biak Ar.. bL sti .f ana Moaro. U
r A T T B IOIY.
War ABE KOT Kntat; eeTViaH.VoaeM we oaoSdnot
abVrd Wpa oar a-stol" wo wort. Betwoaaroa
lof t tad varied i.twrua-ewt. of
Tl.-.- TTnln I'l rtl Ii Inr. Tn , nlcliinir
lltUUJ-JlUUv. tlVUIlbg, I. UlUlJUUig
rta IttaAt aad la order bo layla a flat Fall 3t.tk. wo wHmtpbi. mq aUkUAl
MoT acuat at eaeaa at taoc bi ar teluat on at
aB wo Mk it euBo aad try a. "Uipttf any.
tiV. X Ht-Jft A CO .
No. 13 htadttea S f
My ftloa-tt aad cB-isaitro wu la fabaro aadawat
abore-ttaad, wtMrel weatd W pktatrd t tor tbeea a'
maJaatiaaea. IloaA4lt T. T ADK
' r: nl ri r- T.nit anil TVnrfli.
WILL Bd APPISTOS'S RAILIIAAB GCIDK
atoot aaafat book laey oa tike stoat:.
irscc 25 tenia.
UOS AB Jr-OSW, Jaaua stt ;
6LBSCOSS. L-Wl bit;
XOTHISG JfKW, Ml,. XthWcafj lilt;
HXIKZas OF GEEESTrCHST, Mri. StttAeat 1
Putnam's Railway's Classics, ri
iariKirs scncK bkc, taospi
ISriXG'S SALBS Of A TttAVXtrS, eat
LITTLE rKHiKITT, raespblc ;
WUl rrltsTO toooderraay ta tt-t-ew of InvtL
Oalt and sap pi' Toarlri at
SBO PATT1SOK X C-
JjlS 7 MS Kais ttroet.t
A GESTLEK1N wHI aauurMoa w.u
O. Ula ha Aa-dtius, ha tstloao taoao
I aaaw hv wtat at ta npertesora own
sad'rttkbn tCe mini avaat g.a 01 f
h eipetKaA sab-Ab totes of t-e l:lif" ui
aotea to aK-oeta twaanaa, ao wooj.
oat cf aw aatasd. bv Wc awntb or .
For farthetf-paru.eun aai-iett " "
1 To Rep,',
A HOOTS ASD LOT OB AlatoV
or oa. J.I 8. Thorns Brt-jr-vr TrrjCTI!
tal- three rsrpBs ki eb a, A iVlAl U,
For forltiertr-vrtic-alirt rp .
I be (BxriSl.i JvaGUfi.
it Ihe Siotta, CahyirT
S50 rSr-" a'J
' niClt r
clal, aad ra others efrected a
I SrtB ha-rt-l'l iu, J., -rraarrf an itHetJ
I caatrd bribe
..f N. in- .(Mia - - . 1
the maBDer or the cefrhrated
liariia... P.,.n It. m.fm.
ided -noro especially fer thoee
here aad there over the face ot
. aw mil - .'.--.uk- -- ww.
o aa naoHc kaawlar AM
Inal rtrtare matt ho aekaow.
. nnuj tn 1 hsvM neroaai wboae'
j I I i An been tapalredty the coaHnanna
I -Zp the ifruoprnc ipLlt. and, lb fat, tafnitEg new
osJ vbrvr In lao tystem.
hnt tnthrirdr wr.l ITvl.'.v txlritnl.
" w-vU proro a rratefrU aromatic cu-Haf, posteuedef
ia-ratar rtmedUI prorertles.
The rreat popularity of tato d-dtxV m Aroma has In
. . i , -o at Sji per Dovue.or oix ovvues ier t.,117 uk
! Jllj irtort. "
f PAGE. JR., & CO.,
o U Ufmacentlsts and Cat-mists,
j17-1.i PTrrSBtGH, PA.
n Vestpot by S. MAXSFllXD A CO.;
" (Jl a; JOin and G. D. JOHSSOX.
TEE "r-ktrp. snnnr.sst
.-r. r. -HTl.,.. . 1 4
Liu. 'i. aAuiiktic sticct.
HVi. .a-TT.v "y" rr.: .- iiM,
BOUE ittlfc- S-.Ji lc ai. ' I
.. . .- - - ... -
ktadt of lrlB tarf In tho neatett .at b lifie We
bare one or R Hbe & Co ' tplaadid Strata Jo.'' su.1 IW
trrsiet. tbe flrvt aad ourr vao eror anaabt to tba rit, :
asd with ita luani eafarteBtuiaerte wreeiset, we aro
iopr:nt t ircoiari, a.n Hra-I, Hiuahi. -Hoaai
Bailroad and Steamboat Work,
XKA1EC, CHEAPBtl AXD PASTBK
Thin aX the otCfaoBtoaod Frouo la the ttly oasabtaed.
Wo also hare oaa ot GsteaBaleBproredOard Pi n to,
watch it capabtsvf prtstta 0,000 caidt per day at tar
Our Poster Department
U lb tsaat rsBipbite of asy fn the oily aad for ef-her
SBO W or THEATRE Frinttag we canaot bo tat patted.
We are aaw roeilrlax tho laraart and belt -ebteted
ttxk of Cards, Statioaery and Paper ever braeaht to
- f3r W. retsrn thanks W oar pttratt par past faror,
aVbWkyttiaetUbMtioa lo baotaota to merit lEa
export asdpalroaasela taoiataro.
j,lS-U W. M. nnTTON A cn., P.eprMort.
FLOURXOr, COOPER it LEAKE,
G M O C JE M aT
ParrVctrhr attentloo pill to TeeetTisc aad forwardtsr
it It IPS Mawttteet, Itiapatt.
FIVTCAatks Oaarued Htra ta'tatre and for ta1 by
j, it Ft on user, ohopeb a leaks.
rSX HCNDfUSD baxeo
Foxtt" Starels tAcaniaia--
Drit aa. foe tile, by
fyu FLocayor. ccpbh.& leaks.
TnilfTT-FITBBBNBBXDbaoAoUOoin ra ttoteaad
Jyt ' FIrOCR.VOT, COflPKK A LKAXS.
FIFir htstbeads Sssar, afrrttil" xrad . for tale
by (irU) FIWHtXOT. COOPBH A LKAKK
B IOT of new FStar la Here aad par tale: by
!AK neXDRBD bax rbatre Sh oaV. fereale hvrr. by
lyU FLOHRMIT. tttOTltei a- Lt tS
SKVEMT-FI VS . birrt thatoo Bibollid Molttteo tk
Moro and for aa?3w. by
ju FEDgaxoT, oooyra a lsaxs.
XK nCSDBBD eexeo Star Cssdfci Sjr toa, by .
JpU FL01IB.NOT. COyKrtA LaAAa.
B1GGIKG AXD P.OPE for tab. law by
, 1,15 FLOCR.NOr. COOPfia.A LEA EE,
' 1 3
T) ICE 10 TIERCE.;
J.V FEPFSB 15 blgi;
i SODA So kent
I spick io bin;
I KAILS sea tut, attorted tdtto
I CRACKERS Sigar. Soda, Batt-r. asd "crater
1 rrlua -
BUCKETS Welt, Cedar aba r-dajil Beckett
CntJS.NS Rd Gtdar and Pla CBurnt, userted
fFor alio hw, by
VTIIlIHNflT f 'I lV If r! T rCT
j,15 )s).KitQ limy,
f Wheat Wanted.
OXK IICKBEED TnOtfSAXD BmheU Wheat waatcvi.
Hishett market price paid by
I jji3-'awim 6ATB3, WOOD AlfcEKIGnT.
-a. a. moo.
.K T. PATTHOX.
TITUS & CO.,
Opposite CdtimcTCiol EoUl,Jfftfson street,
jr.dfwswCst JJX21P1IIS, TEJf,
LiT.'ry and StK
Jul tease of 3
TXTX wttt erU . Saiardir
4tT la ttV rn.'I. Jt.
1. 1 ' ... . . . .. . . . j, a
If tin - w wir - ev 4
Uatta aaa 3 eaaa itioiis ocav aa l-ii ao. e .4
It frreaz aho aallowoeel la.d taWo. tM ti ih
la adwdot traitor h'r p pe-m wb.cr - t trrK-'
tokocaod. B. A. UoMTOOllBT, '.m.ie
B Jt. C CATp. a v,.f,
jyj&t AactMKrt tau aval .'Hi tr.Tt
BUY YOUR CARPETS 05.ir
Ttr& SH1 coataiao So atfcr oor Urz- ul ; Carpi
VY for COST aid Hta. rr iff t.m ct
oetavat SI duper )
KtatteU 4e attftcta.
LgptrUtTWot i. Sup. rlo
-r- if laitaat trStw.
Fr oTial iarottrol nt bear ! flrt trr J ..r ot
" sKKlXaBr acu 'S.
I SI Stint Bin. pr 7
Flftcea Fer tent. Save
Brian mo- .) . .t kts.var,
IlCO Vo-oo-oib Ftnttfju j n'
wvrtaof rimio.il a ei t.'ir r -ewl
tar aale Xrj JtcKlocr St C . . ' '
' aad oaH
perooas. M than ike uM ine-i in,..J-ri,
ext'atioeiw in I'iiMm i
Kcll.VHIT U).'I mbskr a
I Ji liUdWHlUB. i AW IBS lift 'Id u
.i,t t itiiTtur. ifl. a i.t at otf.! a t v tl .
Will Always be Feaad la TblaColiw.B.
TjBIteoiW wliblna: to. haaw was bo aa t 1.
X waataooatoT waaaaabsw Sar tap of. Sat en- 3.. ,
r thai, i
r h thlr
wat wtn Sa MIODoad lo easw
j fa aad wtS aatoaxSt
IN'SR-CVCX, RStAL aSfTATM AXO SaaV
.Etna Fire an 4 ZBljwti Tftxw
tion lEtraie CMiMai .
CAPITAL Aire svPLra ! -
Hartford rf re lnwuxmmt .
OAWTAL AKrl SLBnATs
Charter OnK Llf iHaajtrmisce i i
CAPITAL AJin dCSPUSB ....!" -a
oertao. I sov
X Mf a aai tm aaa pr
a lia m a BAjim. MstDrsm
Illtllll n i.l II r- ' bx Si. It. - K..n,,
Srroatr. tse woalor 00011. sad hx t 01 .
load, witkaasas Msaaiee fiait met. - st-oat-d n at 1
SraVt trats OawH Jtssrr Pt 1 ttrra in m
Her. Apstyta J OlAnwn a:
xran AaaarrriwcLcoTTAGSBAjitsai. .
aainls ot rttni 11Y trrtani'i fv at - l '
I sat tn sat cbMra, wile oboot ibre-ti.trth of
' TyfL lHnSta-lJyill"f "f "A- city uailia. P
I arraafMiaMUatiir Absrtnicanbrbd".li
1 Aaarrbt i tMALI
1 AUtXahoaaStral BTILI!N1 Sir
Oratroi Asoaao aad arawn .
1 tho matiaar tC Jtdoy UnU
I ALa a as. W Lamm, t
a(WSsaBbS, C t
BThmT -i - .
S S Im ill ti
A Loaf- "
ltao---i -1 .. IV 1
.1 pad kiMiu ,-at mj
WiHstsltpat, aesr tho a
I PsMkSoao. IW
T1 vussca tve
Staft. at J. U)TT -b .. mi m,.,
Jt'i Foist, htmSk k Ur rur .' -
I Kt mM II
I eArfaHI-tLBT. latsir...WM. T. WOOL'
TSatssnt. asl til aadtoi: .
jt -r . Jt vu-.
tvSvZrA barlaas Im aMaad for -l-
, rnan Lau.
ia tho td
ar . anactaanr. caaacia-K
I Aratatlt river
laoa otory TOaVBAT 1
Bato soaaaav im vta
Tiiaif ' far forwtov
Keck a oapibaaafapa of 1
SfalHaa - ataWaallsalltftl
fuaaads-aaai to mvmm..
Notn-x T Sans Sa-i "Wk " ' I" 1 "
tare dap ThortaViro,
A T I-ataix (it. lata aS Brai LtroHo'i. -
J T Miiui... ...lato -d IrOA.t.
. . PatioooW.. Laar if Pad. .a.., C
LAVAlXltTTB, SHXLLI Jt U .
STEJUIBOAT AS I) RAILrKO t
A. G E .5s T S '
Attn. en-La V4.
I'ommlssioH it Fervgwlii(g afcrckaB
Agenls ef Mtasfhis Ma Citil if n a:.-
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