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STODAY H0E5ING, JULY S, 1157.
ISELAM G. HARRIS,
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ro THE SENATE, . '
J. KNOX TVALKEIL ; ''
HUMPHJIEY S. BATE,
, Q,' Tiptrn.
ro cocstt BErarsEtTAnvzt.
WILLIAM. C. DtJNLAP,
E. W. M. KIXG.
THE EPEiSIKQ AT KALEJQH.
Hiving tiken no rotes of the speeches of 1
Got. Johksoh and Hon. A. 0. P. Nichouoh
at Baleigh hit Triday, we cannot, of coum,
furnish oar readers with inythirg- like a
lengthened and accurate report of them. We
wfVl, however, glance at somt of the jaost
prominent rositions taken by these gentlemen.
Gar. Jbhiciok opened hit speech by sarin,
that he appeared before the people of Shelby
cooaty by the imitation of a portion of them,
and that he sidressed them not at the Gover
nor of the State, bat as Aneexw Johnson,
claiming it as a right belonging to every free
man to do so. The big and the little stnmp
speakers and newspaper scribblers all over the
State, could be permitted to harl their malig
nant weapons at him, but it was a great wrong
in him to come before thv people in s:lf-e-f
easel Such weapons, he said, fell ha rale si
at his feet. He then tcck op the "white basis"
.question which he discussed and elucidated to
the satisfaction of every impartial mind, dis
abusing many of the erroneous impressions
heretofore made upon them, and convincing
others in the correctness of his position on this
question. To this portion of his speech we
shall hereafter allude ia a separate article.
He next took up aad dissected the queatieu of
Distribution, pronouncing it a fossil remain,
dug up andithrown into this canvass, not with
the hope of ever carrying out the measure, hot
of diverting the attention of the people from
the rue and proper issues. The idea of di
viding the lands, he said, was not even a res
Passing from this, he took up the question
of slavery, which he discussed most thoroughly
and forcibly, contending that slavery in some
form or other always had and always would
exist. He said it grew necessarily out ot the
physical aad mental structure of man, some
being stronger in both respects, than others,
and that the strorgerwould always cavern and
control the weaker. He regarded the negro
here in a state of slavery In a far better con
dition than the native African at home. His
connexion with the white man had a elevating
OK EAT DEXOCEATICTJVATIOKS ASD HASS
-!DEATH 0F ,H0ff.Wi ! MABCT.
JTSEBltp PREACHED IXtSKB STRKET baptist
CHURCH, OX StJXDAT, JTJLT IS, BT REV. G, W.
Fee all th a I mnsMerrd in or heat t even te declare
j in example to oioer . uuh: iuiineritHaiw ikwuiiiiwiwoiu
: .In t..ati. a, fiA via (t V xs.tth D t . Or . n.
'JXcles s: x.
The Democracy of Fayette county are work-
ieg with a gallantry, energy and efficiency 1
which should serve
counties in tue J-ale. hatred by all that tt bef are Urn
Tbey hive rejected a series oixasss raest-j - It'belosgs to an intelligent piety to consider
ings, commencing at LaGrange on next Tes- diligently tne dealins or our xuaifer wim mis
day, July 28th ;. conUpuing at MaWoa Thurs- L"l"! 5"J "JVjr.ELVvS:
day, July 30th, and about one-fourth of a mile
Ohio Railroad, on Saturday, August 1st,
concluding at Somerville on Tuesday and
from f Galloway Switch," on -the
Wednesday, Aujrutt 4th and 5th. The Deraoc
racy of the difiVrent civil districts have united
to give a grand barbecue at these uereral
places, and have invited distinguished speakers
to be present at each. Hon. Jas. C. Joxes,
Hon. A. O. P. KiciioLson, J). M. Cnaaix,
fltjiEsq., and sveraf others. These rand ova
tions are intended to commemorate our un
employ for Mis own civine purposes oftbcie
rood and crest men. worthv to oe designated
the righteous in spirit and the wise in intellet
It Is a great thing to learn, also, that this con
sideration of God's dealings with men should
be -an exercise of the ktarl as well as of the in
tellect; for'ai God's spiritual work for man is
designed to redeem his moral and religious na
ture, rather than to show In him superior intel
lectual greatness, so His dealings with man
speak to the heart of man, and are compre
hended by our religions faith rather than our
reason. Wben thus me essential principle or
God's dealings with 8in and His employ of
' their powers ha s, by careful consideration, been
' discovered as did Solomon In his old age the
paralleled 'triumph -In", the eketfon of Jakes (inspired preacher so now should the minUter
BccHxifAX for President, and their high a p- J of Christ "dtdort" what is the manifest coun-
preciation of the stem integrity aad profound
wisdom of the Judges of the Supreme Court,
in establishing aid confirming the principles
of the Cincinnati platform of- the Democratic
party, as the true interpretation of the Consti
tution ; and further, having also in view the
present (State) political canvass, deem it an
opportune occasion to meet in fraternal associ
ation, and the mutuil exobanre of congratula
tions for the happy successes of tht past, and
to counsel together in reference to the future ;
tel of Cod. and ills DUrDole for man,
A statesman, truly great, has ended his work;
and He that rules all saw it fitting that just at
the period of his life ween, in Uie eyes of all
the world, and of all parties in his own coim
try, he had reached the acme of greatness, and
finished his work that on the very ere of going
to meet abrosd a fame that bid become univer
sal at home, be should be called f.-em earth.
A trulv patriotic jimtrican statesman has fin
ished his mission for his country's welfare and
honor and God saw tt nttine mat ne suouW be
anotber In tne speeially.nonored J we vrnose
birth-day into the world of spirits is linked
eir native land tne
j i. n i .i 4 t wim me iHnu-air ei luei;
u F" J " " " P'""' F aBd of clri, aB(J rtii-i0UB freedom. More
canvass or me state." inese meetings win
doubtless be attended with the highest enthu
siasm and a most happy effect. Let, the ball
roll osl "
Kansas, Walker aad the Democratic Party.
r r- . i ,i .v .it t- i of a I'SiriBlisn frii4'a consideration of the de
Massas. Editosi: I noticu that the Know- . ,. ih. ,
aeep coavictioojj oognt tne
than all. a public man of rare private virtue.
and of most decided reverence for a religion he
appreciated, even while be felt he might net
possess it, has gone to the awards of that worM
iDAthlch we shall all soon take our places.
And what, &e-, in the lo&g and close reliei-
' otts a-iquaiatanee of twelve years, is the resalt
Nothing papeis in Tennessee are falsely cbarg- ' of his heart's
ieg that Mr. Bacbaaan and Gov. Waiter have
betrayed the South, and are laboriag to bring
Kansas into the Union as a free tate ; and
from their exultations K seems to afiord tsjfaa
as much gratification as it would the BUek
Republican, if K were reallytrue thus dem
onstrating dearly what their previous conduct
had but too well indicated, that in their oppo
sition to the Democracy they sympathised with
the Black RepabHeaos, and would rejoice at
the prostration of the JSouth, if thereby they
cohM crush the Democratic party.
But pray, how have Mr. Buchanan aed Gov.
Walker betrayed the South? Slrapiy by car-
ChrisMan pastor to declare in the sanctuary in
n.emory of one s highly esteemed by the
worlu, aad net unworthy of esteem by the
church of Christ ? The words ef the inspired
Solomon come home to Ma very swi as aa ex
pression uttering the sentiment which mast
spontaneously have already risen to every
mind and heart: '-The righttoxiiaaJtKtalscert
t tie kaadi ef Gd ; no rain knoweth either
love or batted by all that is before them." As"
to his earthly, bis intellectual inUsion, God
did not form such powers to be employed for
the mere temporary ends of hnman ambition.,
The wise and bis works were ail in the bands
of God, even as the fire an 1 the hammer of the
master workman in the quarries of Lebanon ;
I ana an me powers oi uie great mm una ra
I ployed out as nis insirameei in prepsrmg tnea
men all miyjudgs j anHiof theprjvate religious! J"er "lie KnupMsanwaLl. .
acKncwieagmect oi men, so r u ujcj ; in
structive to others, the Christian pastor may
It Is cflen remarked by the aged among our
nubile men. thatfaith In practical Christianity
is much mere general In our day than it was in
tbeir-ouih. Never,, perhaps, as In our land,
where the Inherent, vital power, and the essen
tial divine excellence of the relicion of Chlist
has been seen, standing by Itself, with toothing
but its own truth and grace ro support h
never has there been such convincing evidence
of Itn divine origin, and its otilv saving tnnu
ence, furnished to the minds of men. An in
telligent, observing'tnau of oar day, who has a
snark of love for hit country and his race,
must see that, practically, the religion of
Chrlut genuinely believed, and practically em
braced, Is the only hope of our people, and of
humanitr; even for salvation from the evils
which destroy nations and tarn in this life.
No man. tbertfore, can be a "wise" man and
not carefully and asxiousjy examine Into the
natuie of the religion of Cbrlst, aad the testi
monials it brings that It is the power ef God
onto salvation for men. Sch investigation
minds like that of Mr. Marcy do make and
that, too, In comparatively early life. Many
may neglect or defer this examinati'Ki, and,
therefore, be-unsettled, as on any other subject
abont which thy may have not time cr dispo
sition to satisfy themselves t but truly wise
men do make this subject, mote important than
any or all others to us as individuals aod a na
tion, a practical stu4y. So Mr. Marcy had
done, lie bad learned the true nature of the
etidmct of the divine origin of Christianity :
mat it is not to oe sougnt in a metaphysical
comprehension tf all, or even of any one, of
its essential doctrii.es, as no man can hats
essential knowledge of ihe doctrines of
chemistry, physiology, or of anyolber science
whose practical applications n, human life.
however be confidently trusts. The practical
power of Christianity, traced in all its history,
oDsi rveu oy uiecseir unen a cDHJ in Lis own
parents, and in bis manhood seen far and wide
among the people of his oWn land, and among
every people where the Christian preacher has
THE SAY OF REST THE SABEATH DAY.
sr J. . STSSOTT.
(Eretfiu n :
Wtil Mutt comet on Its win j 1
Whit Jen irMmd It cilcf.
OLordl wt think Tie for tt fciool
We pnlw Tne tur Ihe aim 1
O C'tnt thai we nxr sprad it well
Xcj37,Ui pnctaoi bIm !
Tt ttrd do line, tht Bjw'rtU Muem,
The saa ni p'aneU rn I
lata whr tx Hit! ppan this dir ?
Xe wr mr achlnc tool 1
ax", woiV iceb t Ihe hrmnlns tlrl,
The'iafrUd othi that tel ,
Thett tB thir tht Sapttme Itw,
And itrvt the HtIbc OoJ I
Oh wht It prtj'r, pr whtt U Iipe,
It wtdM't acrarliht
Aa tit J imm tatter'd ship,
Thtt ttakt belere tar t'vM 1
Qui srul that wt miy oT and frag,
That we Buy ' f atotlh Dir
A DijT Hut on. hifb I
to eaifvass'ihe propriety of sending fefra-eoa-f -
;onc, in tbis "poirtr of God" in Christianity
e did oeneve from tin very soul. Hence be
rying out, In good faith, the truly Democratic I and precious stones for his glorious spiritual
doctrine of popular sovereignty the principle temple of living men on earth. Aa to his re
of tiie Kansas Territorial bill, that the peorH. ! Ill"" T.B O,ltfA?.,.!1f0S?:
character could know neither love nor hatred
as his spirit toward his Maker or bis Maker's
raver toward Dim as a spiritual cbiki. un
of a territory have the right to decide for
themselves as to the character of their domes
tie institutions. The Supreme Court of the
United States has decided that, under the Con
stitution, Congress has no such power, and, of
these two points, so prominent in Solomor.'s
words, so marked in the deceased statesman's
history, we may fitly dwell in the meditatioes
course, not having the power themselves, they ' f the House of Ged, where, for twelve years
cannot delegate i. to ihe territorial legislature ; j P.a?'' he baa been a freqttent attendant on re-
then, where does it exist if not with the peo- , The intellectual character, the political his-
tory. the official ability of those who die among
, us in nign station, so tar as it was tne Donor
of a party or even the treasure of a natidb,
belong net to the themes of the pulpit. It is
only as men, suae by God, the Great Father
j of all, to be Dis servants, actually prove bis
I servants for good it is only as they are seen
' , n li . Tirnnffhf mlnliMniT 1 1 tha 1 1 r-i . j n , Vi .
of Gov. Walker are patriotic.and are so sen- ' ln "m, thev maidfestlr are emrJr
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pie of the Terntory? This clamor against
the Administration' 'and Gov. Walker is false
and unfounded, whether made by reckless
Know-Nothings or hot-beaded Democrats.
But from Very different motives, however.
The Democrats who' have assailed the coarse
sitively alive to tbe interests of the South,
j that they imagine there Is danger. u hea, upon
as designed instruments to promote His great
enos zor our race it is only in mis relation,
tendency, and many of those negroe.ho had f .ttSlliE! reared
retained to Liberia had relapsed Into the bar- nd evea lf 11 d,d. tblt the Administration has lo gpeak of them.
barons and savage
showiag that the negro is an inferior type of
zsan, and incapable of advancement in his na
tive country, un in is question De was verv
the natives, ' eted upon a correct principle. For, surely, no
one is prepared to contend taat If a majority
of the bona fide inhabitants of the Territory
should desire to make it a free State, they have
In the book of Judges the histury of that
instructive period when for 330 years the thir
teen tribes of Israel, like our own confederated
States, lived as God would have them, under
chief magistrates chosen by the suffrages of
forcible and conclusive, ia discussing which he not "fiht according to the well settled ! the people we read this expressive and signifi
ahowed that while those or manyotthera who prindple. of all poplargoverBment.,to do so. 1 mention: Th s tod raised up jjfca
are traducing him on the white basis question, 1 " " eua,IJ' clear ,hit convention, j y, that BpoiId im. And when the
were co-operating in Congress with the j b'nit aubmita the constitution to the people, Lord raised them up judges then the Lord was
Korthern enemies of the Sonth on the slaverT i lor their ficUon or rejection, has the pow- wilh the judge, and delivered them out of the
question, he wts standing opto the slaveholder, ; ' . .7 .du' t0. Pre!crlbe tbe Is it was with tie formlBe nation of IsVaeTio
most manifestly has it been with our land ;
whose history has been marked in its civil as
entitle them to vote. Bat such are not the " C2S ln religious aspects for its likeness
motives by which tbe Know-Nothings are ac- " ? 7 .u ill. W, A
tuated. Their cooplaint is, that, by submit- Jh tf1'lIn'r?,Uial,e ver?1m"1
ling the constitution to a vote of the people, I whr,f iak t ,)f n'-l'T'o V"'
it is treacherously designed by the Adminl.tral I rlZnr, j I " a '
tion to make KaMasDafree State, and they d; rii " Vk' I i''h""
i i . . iii'.. i. ' cognne " the hand of God" as the Beine whose
111 L.. u u . .1. kit BUt vi UJC U1UBV U1.1CI dWIBC I . . . , . , , ,
I and denunciation arainst the Adminiatr- on. eods are.to be accmpUshed in the history of
' i b , ' our ecHintrv.
and parrying oil the blows of the Korthern j qnurisatlons ol tne voters, Including tbe ne
abolitionlsts. He defied any man from the ! eeesary term of residence in the Territory to
opposite party in Tennessee to show as good
a record upon uus question as be could show.
He defied them to show a single speech ever
delivered against the abolitionists in Congress
by his Tennessee revilers.
Know-No thingism was the next subject that
engages irov. johrsox s attention, tie re- .da j.w to convioee the Sonthern neor. that
viewed its history, and showed that the doc-. it is unworthy of their confidence and support,
trine uus first practiced by Geobgz thi ' Tor sucn miaerable hypocrisy I feel aa ut
THrand advocated and sustained rBHw
xdict AaKotDi the old Federal party under the tion, had .not passed, then Kansas would have
first Adams, and by the Hartford Convention, been a free State wbetber a majority of the
He said that while the party pretended to have "fi residents i of the Territory so desired
ti v . , 1 it or not upon that subject their lips were
done away with all secrecy, such was not real-, aealed ly thijiru.ot.ri rMlriclioo, atld their
ly the fact. Members had the liberty to tell voice could never be heard to favor of slavery,
where their councils met and that they were And who so desired to seal their lips and silence
member, of the order, but that what was done ' ltJef 5 Kansas into the L'nion as
.... ... ,, . , ' Sate, without even giviBg to the inhabi-
In their councils they could not reveal. Their tants of the Territory an opportunity or being
grips and pass-words, &c,&c, were still kept , heard upon the subject? John Bell, Emerson
secret He said he had less respect for this Etheridge, and every other Ksow-Xothlng
... e, ,.!,.,. .,f., v:.v v. k.j member of Congress from tbe State of Ten-
thaa for any 6lher party which he had ever oeee except fwo. and Robtrt Hatton, their
combatted- In the free States7 although all , presentoath-bonnd candidate Tor Governor, de
Abolitionists were not Know-Nothings, all , clares, from the stump, that if he had been a
Know-Ncthlncs were Abolitionists. He ad- mtmDer 01 ingress ne would nave : voted tDe
,11 1 nt r th T,artr ,A t I And. now. roiserable- hypo-
that no Tecord evidence might hereafter be ' Walker, err, " crucify him 1 crucify hte!"
brought against them to prove that they had ' while, at the same time, they are trying to
seem Sam and taken the oaths, he advised ! f".,he"'nDfrthrfSf 85
them to'iarn up their books and destroy all ' & the selection to elect Hattei, E4herid-e.
their papers. He had argued that nations and Taylor, and, if possible, to return Bell to the
parties, as well as individuals, should be gov- Senate of the United States for anotber term
emed by a high standard of moral. ; he could tj $ShS
never approve of lying, though if there was . scorn such hypocrisy? In your estimation it
any single case, in which a man would be jus- j i treason against the South for Ml. Buchanan
tifiefianUIIInrafaIsehood.lt was in denvinr I uu "er ''I UB wiinng to suDmn me
that he was ever a tneniberof the Know-Noth-
question, -whether Kansas shall be a free or a
j slave State to the iona fide inhabitants of the
Territorv? bot for Mr. Hell. VAhrriJt .tJ
Gov. Johnson was I other Know-Nothings to vote to bring her in es
of thought andjrt,4?d"Plte?f the wishes of the pr o-
C int. nP In lorn tnn- i . r... . f lavslt , Jh.
iwnr nf exnrestion. He ocennied shout twn ' t...v. i v:, i: r, .
a r . ooaui, aim wuiic vou serai to
The entire speech of
characterized, by originality
:upiea aoosi two jiouth.and while ron eeL- to rr.irtft.n lh
and a-halfihotus in its delivery. He was often former, to tbe latter you desire the people to
greeted with the plaudits of his bearers, who i "fi notwithstanding they have denied them
paid the profoundestattenuonthrosghout.
At the conclusion of Gov. Johxsoh's speech, !! over a few things, I will make thee ruler
Hon. A. O. P. NtCHOtsax was introduced to ! over aiDf " Know-NothiBg coneuten-
end -not. for .hm,f on. ho.,, Jc"" 5" "
the meeting, end spoke
He nrxed the importance of a union at the
Sonth on the principles of the Kansas bill. He
had no idea that agitation on the slavery ques
tion in the Nortb was killed off, and it was folly
to suffer ourselves to be divided by such ques
tions as distribution and alien suffrage. It was
yet la doubt who would haTe the majority in
Congress, and he deemed it of great importance
that Mr. Bccharax should have a House of
Representatives to sustain him. He thought
that the people might continue their confidence
in the Democratic party, although the Know-
Nothings in the South were making strong ef
forts to pot It out of power. Who would take
possession of the Government, be asked, if the
Democratic party is put down. Not tbe Know
Nothings, for, compared with the Black Repub
licans in Congress, they stand about s one to
ten. Under Democratic rule we bad gone on
prospering" and to prosper, and he thought
when this party goes out, the Black Republi
cans will come in. He took firm and decided
ground in favor of the position of tbe Adminis
tration on the Walker-Kansas questlcn, and
was very forcib'e and clear in his argument on
this point. Although there was the appear
ance of disaffection in the Democratic party in
the South, he had no idea that it would prove
permanent or of long duration. Mr. Nicbol
sox's speech was received with marked atte i
tion, and could not fall of a telling effect upon
After dinner, which was prepared in splen
did style, Gen. P. B. Glexx was called to the
stind, "who delivered a rousing speech to his
Democratic friends, telling them if tbe State is
not carried and, our whole ticket elected, it will
be the fault of. the Democracy in this end of
' the Stte. "Within the past month, he had
Fsom Texas. A correspondent of a Texas
paper calling himself " Leueopogon," says that
a prominent politician who had for a lone time
attended a particular church, became offended
at a sermon on official corruption, and "from
that time avoided all worshipping crowds, be
came lonely and recluse, and very meditative
withal, and there are those who splemly as
sert that his f reqnent expeditions into the for
est with his rifle in his band, were not for the
chase of the deer but for the enjoyment of soli
tude, and that from the depth of tbe solemn,
woods be sent up ' the still prayer of devotion,-'
in a most edifying manner. But this looks too
ranch like an 'anolotrr to the minister' In
I satisfy me, and is therefore likely to be alt
u Be that as it may, again his sudden ap
pearance in church on the Sunday after his
nomination created some surprise, and the cler
gyman, 'improving the happy occasion,' gave
out the hymn beginning with
Tt Prodical. with ttretraiss ejtf.
From IHr Jolt awake,
Seilewt aU wanderlnci with twprlie,
HIa heart beglna to break.
' "The leader of the choir was so put out by
the phenomenon, that be inadvertently struck
up with the tune of
i " where Ia joa eqae frra f fcx.
" Some say, however, that he did this a pur
pose, and I suspect as much, for.they say he is
a Know-Nothing. Wboknows?"
The British Faorsstriox to Rs-orcx the
Slavz Tsxpx. The Washington correspon
dent of the New York Time, writing en July
The serious attention of this government has
been called to tbe contemplated design cn the
part of England I o establish an African emi
grant society, under the hypocritical pretense
f its philanthropic desire to christianize Af
rica, but really to monopolize tbe wbole of tbe j
African slave trade Into its own hands. It
First, .our nation bad its infancy : and fear-
rut were toe oirtD-struggies and imminent the
dangers of its years of infant helplessness.
Then God raised up judges prepared to deliver
tbe people oat of the hand of their enemies;
such men as Washington and a host of otheis
whose names are household words not only in
ouriana nut toe worm over. At-d bow every
heart in those trying days beat in unison to
one sentiment of gratitude to God as the Giver
of All, every American should learn by the pos
session and perusal of such a book as that en
titled "The President's Speeches" a word
Imbodying tbe addresses of States, of societies,
and associations, from Massachusetts to Caro
lina, and of Christian bodies of Quakers, Bap
tists, Methodists, Episcopalians, and Roman
Catholics, sent to George Washington on the
first Presidential inauguration all breathing
one spirit, looking tnrougn tne man whom tney
addressed to trod who cave Dim : and accom
panied by Washington's replies, in all of which,
when appropriate, the same humble avowal
that God, and not man, bad been our country's
deliverer, is over and over again made. If
those men had ta: recognized tbe band of God
thus, we should say "the righteous and tbe
wise and their works were in tbe bands of
God." But tbey could not have been the men
tbey were unless, beneath the spirit of sacrifice
for their country, there bad been a deeper f oun
dation of devotion to the Father of tbe Spirits
of all men.
Then came tbe second age of our country's
history j the period of forming childhood, fol
lowing infancy; tbe period when all our insti
tutions, newly established, were to become
settled and fixed in form ; the time in which
the Constitution as the charter of our civil
blessings was to be interpreted and its guaran
ties fixed; and especially when the great ex
periment of religion, separated from State sup
port, was to assume such a character for in
telligent faith, and pure practice and inherent
j divine power to redeem men as the world never
bad seen before. And in tbis period God again
raised us judges fi'ted to their mission; and I
need not mention tbe names of that Illustrious
band who, during the last twenty years, have
till the present day been finishing their course
an! leaving toeir work tor otner Dands.
And now, no one can mistake the character
istic of tbe age in which we are called to live
and act. Tbe vigorous and ambitious period of
our vouia nas come; ue penoa in a nation's
history, perhaps, as in an individual's, when
temptation to err is jnoet powerful, and when
strosg. calm counsellors are most needed
Since bis leaving office, tbe universal voice of
tbe press, tbe voice of our own people, echoed
rrom ottier lands, nas come up wnn a general
utterance of acknowledgement, perhaps not
sufficiently religious, that William L. Marcy
has been one of the first spirits prepared of
God to be the trainer of the impulsive youth of
Now that God has taken him from our midst,
bow deep, how spontaneous the conviction.
God "raised up the judge, the counsellor!"
"Tbe righteous and the wise and tbeir trorku
are In tbe hands of God," to use for the pur
poses of His wisdom and His love. God. has
taken the first of tbis third patriotic band. He
will raise up others.
"The rtjUeom, and the wise and their
works, are in the bands of God ; and no man
itnowetb eituerore or hatred, by all tbat Is be
, fore him," Tbe moral and rtJiriotta character
of any man, whatever station be fills, is as
much mote Important than his Intellectual char
acter as the eternal, spiritual isterestsof men
are superior to their temporary, secular inter
ests. That public man nbo is not "righteous"
as well as "true," gains but an empty, insin
cerely rendered fame on earth, and gathers to
himself only "shame and everlasting contempt"
among beings that dwell above the earth, where
"the righleont shine as stars forever in a firma
ment" 'higher than thatot earthly greatness.
The designation "righteous" has two mean
ings, in ordinary acceptation and in scriptural
usage. There are two great commands ori
which all the law of God bangs "Thou shlilt
love the Lord thy God with all thy soul," and
thou sbalt love thy neighbor as thyself. As
to ihe second command man may be to the out
ward appearance before men as Job is said to
have been "upright" and "perfect in bis
bo was tee man wbo has just
was always a sincere well-wisher to the sue
cess or every Uirlsllap wort.
When, for instance, a season of snecial reli
gious inl'reit Was manifest i i tbe church, and
you h were emhraejng and publicly professing
the hope of tbe Gospel, he would go out of his
waj to take tbe pa storey tbe band, and. to ask.
fa hit falailiar way, Well, bow is the good
work progressing?" SometimeB in playfulness
he would remark tbat " it seemed that religion
was, as in the first ages of Christianity, for wo
men, and children, and servatits, net for old
strosg beads f but tnea almost Immediately be
woUd relapse into serious tboughtfulners, and
admit tbat this was the error and weakness of
men in prominent public station, that tbey
could not be honest even in their religious con
victions for fear of the charge of hypocrisy.
He clearly saw the true evidence of the divine
power and excellence of the religion of Christ,
and tie bonestly avowed bis couvic'ion. -
Again, as to the nature of the religion of
Christ, practically regarded, no man was more
firm in bis conviction and open in bis avowals
than Mr. Marcy. He believed the Old Testa
ment and the ew Testament to be the Book of
God, and tbat its teachings, not any man's rea
soning, were to be man's guide; and he avowed
himself, therefore, to be allied with those who
bold this view specially even as to the outward,
and in one sense u&essential, ordinances of
Christ's church; because he regarded their
view tbe only one cons:stet with strict adhe
rence to tbe principle stated. On these two
fundamental ideas of spiritual Christianity,
also tbat man needs a new spirit implanted
by God's spirit, and that this work is consist
ently wrought by tbe sovereign of all spiritual
beings (man being forgiveB for the past and re
deemed for the future) only because of Christ's
mission and sacrifice on earth on these two
fundamental ideas he spoke clearly and dis
tinctly. Especially was this tbe case when,
at the death ef bis son, in whom so many of
his own and of a mother's hopes were bound
up, he addressed both by word and by letter
the one whom he chose to speak of as bis
Here is suggested another peculiarity of the
deceased, and of minds like his. His heart was
in bis family, and there his greatness and his
social virtues ebone. In bim was seen that
peculiar homage paid to Christian worth by so
many who seem constrained to screen their own
religions views from tbe trial or tbe public
ere. Religious worth he prized more than anv-
thiBg earthly. He would not bimielf publicly
profess a religion of nhichhe ff-r-d tbat he
might be unworthy, and In profrg!,-u- which he
knew that he could be called h) pocritieal ; but
De cnose. at rainy nice nim, a companion far
life of devoted and ardent piety; and, like
many others with such a spirit, be chose to
have his closest earthly communion. He
would absent himself often from the sinrtaa
ry ; not because be did not desire to be there,
bu; because overcome often by the reaction of
cessation from business, be knew be should be
marked, and, perhaps, deemed too little defer
ential in tbe solemn services of the House of
God. But in his library were (be rich old En?-
I USD civines ; ana as, on tne weeic-uay, tliafc-
speare and nacon, wmcn latter was round Iv-
irvr open on his breast in deatb. were bis cho
sen companions, so on tse Sabbath he com
muned with such spirits as South and Barrow,
atd Robert Hall and tbe sublime Miiton, and
the fervent Hervey. Among others, the works
of the rich Scripture student, Jeremy Taylor,
were his favorites ; and his parting gifts sent
to his pastor were fine old English editions of
Tjylor's "Holy Living" and "Holy Dying."
The last words addressed to him as, shortly
before leaving Washington, be met him in bis
late office, were characteristic. Coming to
take him by tbe hand alas, far tbe last time !
In a tone slightly playful, but deeply sad, he
exclaimed, "Well, I am nothing now; not
even a pastor of a church." The earnest
ti-ging, the practical living of a .life of love to
God and love to man, beginning In repentance
towards God and faith in Jesus Christ, wheth
er beard from tbe pulpit or seen in tbe spirit
or i cose in ins own lamuy, or among mi ac
quaintance who professed tbe religion of
Christ, he never ceased to express bis mind's
and bis hesrt's deep reverence for. May it
not be hoped tbat in the days of seclusion pre
ceding his death his lifelong convictions ripen
ed into a personal embracisg of this, the Gos
pel's only hope!
Deatb has taken the rreat statesman, the
genial friend away! How suddenly, and from
tbe loftiest eaitbly plnacle, he has fallen I Let
tbe lessons of dntv which a Solomon tearhet.
which Jesus by His spirit impresses, and which
our own ne-art spontaneously suggest, live from
this day in our memories.
In yonder seat twelve years ago he began to
be seen; and ln yonder one four vears since
he again appeared. But in the earthly sanc
tuary we never more shall behold him. Let,
tuen,irji oj an, tne uuty orjuafftcro IA mem-
THE BACHELOR'S BOTtOS.
ITIIAT RAFPBXED AT THE CONCERT,
Some years ago when I was asinzltman.
and dreaming fas some single meu do) of
uotioie puss yet destined to arrive, l wenr to
concert at tbe Musical Hall, in Boston. Music
Is poetically and proverbially "lbs food of
ievr," ana in my sentimental state t continued
a good deal of it ; sot that I had any object in
view, iuine was abstract lore; i cultivated
it. I increased my stock, so that I might have
a gooa aeat or tne lender passion on oand
whenever I saw a favorable opportunity of in
vesting it. well, to return to me concert.
was crowded to excess, and the ruth, on leav
ing, to reacti cant ana carnages, was very
great I wore on that memorable night a blue
coat with brass buttons, and 1 flattered myself
mere were worse looking men In tbe room.
tell you, candidly. I admired myself,, and next
to myself, tbe other party I was most struck
with, was a fine girt, with dark eyes and black
hair, who sat with some young friends a few
lorms Distant, i oopea sue noticea me and my
new coat with brass buttons. I looked at her
often enough to attract her attention to both
and being, as my friends would -say. ia rather
a spooney state, worked myself In a towering
passion fore. But how was I to come at
tbe object of my admiration? for I was as diffi
dent as devoted "as sby as I was vain," as
an over candid friend once said. "Hail Colum
bia," which concluded the concert, surprised
me, as unprepared as on my first glance to
"improve the occasion." and the comnanv were
shoaling out, while I stood mately gazing after
tue ooject 01 my lore at nrst aignr, Sue ana
her party eddied for awhile by the Inner door
of the concert room, and were drawn then out
into tne retiring current and lost to sisbt.
I followed quickly niter, lest I should lose
forever all opportunity for lodentifying my
idol; but, alas I the llgbts in the outer corridor
were few, and so far between, tbat "no glimpse
of my star could I get" I pushed and elbow
ed fiercely through the crowd, with the view of
geiung to tne outer door before rav fair one'i
party had emerged, and thus gainingonce more
a sigut 01 ray sweeting.
"Hang It!" I muttered. ImDa'lentlv. as
felt a tug at my coat skirt, and was instantly
conscious of one of my bind buttons having
hitched to some lady's dress. My progress
was sucaeniy arrestee now provoking 1
thooeht I. aa I was brenpht In a atarxl. for
could not push on without losing a bu.ton or
tearing a dress : "bow provoking tbe modern
fashions 1 a lady now has as many hoops, as
many tentacles aDout ner apparel as a sea
anemone." It was with some irritation
stopped to undo tbe button, but my burry made
tbe task more difficult, and instead of undoing
I only bungled and more twisted the loop round
" Please to let me try," said the lady herself,
as I bungled over the business. She ungloved
ber band it was a sweet, white hand, so
looked at her face. Stars and garters I but it
was tne very lairy one, Dlaelc balr and darl
eyes, I was in pursuit of. As rhe stooped over
tbe entangled button, a slight flush tinted her
cheek. Oh.it was delicious 1 I hoped sbe
never would undo tbe loop; and, indeed, sbe
woura not, ior ner nngers were twitching ner
vously, and my heart was beating audibly,
tried to help her our fingers met '
" Please make way there," shouted a gruel
voice Demna. ne were blocking up tbe pas
sage. Was there ever such an unlucky spot
tot bo uniucky an entanglement
" You binder the people from going out.
iimie,- cxciaimeanne or ner companions, wun
some asperity, plague on tne tiresome loop,
break it'." and, suitine the action tn the word
the speaker leaned forward, caught tbe sleeve
of ber beautiful friend's dress iu one hand, and
my coat tan in tne otner. attdelvintraau ckarui
sudden tug, severed us. The crowd behind
bore on, and we were separated; not, however,
before 1 gave my "star" a look which Intended
to speak volumes. I thought sbe did not seem
unconscious of my meaning ; our eyes met, 1
know, and Ibis was tb; only consolation left
me, for immediately afterwards I lost her awl
nerparty to view In tbe darkness outside.
THE COUKSK OF TUPE LOVE BID NOT RON
Tbat night I bad hardly closed mr eves
thinking of my " bright particular Btar." and
what means 1 Bhould employ to find he'r out.
I knew little of tbe town, uhicb was a large
one, and to expect to know the name of my
fair one by a mere description was hopeless ;
mere, uououess, must oe a great many witb
dark eyes and black hair within the " bills of
mortality" there as elsewhere.
My love-fit grew more and more violent In
the course of the day; but, tired oat at length,
with my search, I returned to tbe hotel, and
took out my drees coat from my poitmaiiteau,
to feed, my flame even with tbe contemplation
ut tu mauimaie ousiueeg outton mat detained
the "black-eved divinitv" so Ion?. It
with no little delight I now discovered what
pic not oerore caicu my eye a,iragmeM of tbe
silk loop of ber dress still adhered to the
button, twisted round the Bhank. I pressed it
to my nps it was mac in color and stooped
to gently disentangle It from tbe bit of brass,
as gently as though it was a tress of my loved
one's hair, when something clinked in the skirt
pecket I supposed I bad left, some money
there, for in my perturbation and excitement
I omitted to search tbe coat on talcinir it off
the night before. I thrust my handitito tbe j
pocket, oracious mer WDat did I'behold,
what did I take out? a gold chain bracelet!
You could have " brained " me with a lady's
fan. I saw at a glance how matters stood.
btv of ifrxtrUA troriA he imnrwil on tin -i If I In the excitement and hUnv of unJninp the
instinctively is teit wnen pue we knew Is silent : ,UUP "um -ny ouhou tue lanynaa unucne in
You rosy be assured I accepted the invita
tion. Need Igorurther with the story? The
young lady (to use the words of the-advertise-'in'ent)tcaptured
the pickpocket. The bacbe
lot.'a button no longer adores my blue eoat, and
I have- framed and glazed over the fire-place
tbe advertisement in which I am described by
my own wife as a "pickpocket with SLgentle
manly address." When I charge her With the
Jibe) the always does wbat sbe bits just this
moment done, pay damages for the slander in
aw amoup? of kisses, declaring, though not
aTpictp6eket, T was a thief, aad stole her
heart and pocketed herbracelet.
So ends the stonr of A Bachxlox's fltrr-
" i18 Crisis Indslrltelj Postponed.
. sThe'Tedersl Treasury year begins, by regu
lation of, law, na the 1st of July and ends on
the 3ilth June. The great Fwelgn Trad ac
count for the year 1857, conforming to this reg
ulation, has just terminated. Judging from tb
results at tbe port of New York,, now before
us, in a seml-oiOeial form, and from the known
course of theexport movement of the great sta
ples from the Gulf and Southern Atlantic ports,
lt will prov, in the rnnual review of the Sec
retary of the Treasury, the most remarkable In
magnitude in tbe records of tbe Department,
as It unquestionably Is, one of the most uniformly-profitable
and satisfactory to all con
cerned, in tbe history of the country. It de
notes a-properitr, and we may add in no vain
glorious spirit, a national ami -material great
ness and progress, of which everr rood citizen
has reason to lie proud
ine-pjalu fact ia the history of the year
leave tiooom for tbe Indulgence of doubt or
A man by tbe name of Alger Wm It AI- i
ger with the- prefix of " Rev." befora hi. i
naae, was appointed to dtllrer the oration pes j
fore tne city authorities oc nosion and their
fellow-citizens, upon the recent Fourth of July.
He did deliver it, and took tbe occasion to rid
hlmnelf of a disgusting tirade against the South
and Southern institutions. In the courae-of his
speaking be said, in the midst ot very loud
cheers and hisses, and in reference to U. 3. Sen
ator Mason, of Virginia, who was present,
and to th Hon. Robert C. Winthrop, of Bos
ton, wbo, it seem had made m complimentary
auusion to mm in an inireauctory apeecn :
gifi!HKleifS. k: dk Saks
on. vr. T. BAILEY,
(Left tf South CureUna )
H AVISO lttated prttoaneottr I. Ihe'titrot KrmsMl.
ogra lila wrrleea to tb nblU la tb variant
kratuttea-vC Ma 'vntnMen. SprlUaaUemluBapaiili
UMietnes ana aueawa at warn ro amrrai. occn on
Mitattmt, otr thoaUioof w)na on. Charchwav
-1 rt rOHR-HOXSK Wmm I
A U 10 Mr Wh "
10 Tw Bea "
to WkeetiEarraws; tar i
WilOWAD h G&.'
" When we are lifting, our marble martvr to I nirrciK honored sfttaoWjotfai-tr
Bunker Hill, the slaveholder who t p im-dawfla wfnOwABD'fc
his niche on
forced the. fugitive slave biM down our throats ' rpnRU,Camr,y A. Oo't Ctttoa Gins, at
is !ii.uvutcu wim cumpnsicntarv uunitevism, JL pt a aw, ter ia- vj
iv-uawm w. uuvrjtttu aw.
OIXTT Mala SU Baean
O 10 eos wneat Baza ; lor fata br
W. HOWARD li CO.
lotbt very shadow of tas-awful place, and we
listened to bis baughty-toned, common-places
with reineetful rtatienee."
In this, however, hia reverence Mr. Alger,
LV'lVZr?, m Km ,ie JTpleLljM 1 A Valuable House and Lot forSale.
cial occasions, and by a certain species of pa- , fx. Thad Hm, nitiwr tnut.j. 74 nft.S. is.
triots peculiar to tb locality, are 4Mt yet tre- ' wMb aMat a ban-la if awMeatieaU mad aova to
pared to endorse as a community such gross- "??1"V,"4en " f,t'i't' ';
nils and indelicacy or indecency as that above J-""- mjuMUK JUTXft
quoted. In Illustration of this we pnWiihtbe! T Trr J AMES
following extract of the proceedings of the' 4 5
Board of' Aldermen, In '-reference &vWCarDentei &I5lli3lleF.
tion of passing the usual vote of thanks? for UlJUlaUlil 9
Mr. Alger's address, and requesting a ropy for , d xi.crmnc. or
the press. Saah.Doors.Blinda, TYindowFram.es,
Alderman Frost spoke briefly tat earnestly t A!
In opjKisition to the tenderipg-of thanks to Mr. MJDOXDINGS OF EVERY DESCRIPTIONS.
AlgertfOr Ue WS not eolitfcj to tle Compfi-.-XJ SHOP t Taaatreet, sear BareaOavaao.
mentary consideration of tb city government I jyss awi
tr ne imnrovea an oononumiv anarded nv ih i
'-anniversary of our national bltta to throw is I
Irmnonao -Zi.-trtm otion ;
N. STIIrLMAlT ftCjO'S,
NO. 299 MAIN STREET.
JlT B, T4? TC BJ B A T HOSM-VC, M SSjtt, t
Itnr BRT OOODJi e-er . t how Xeaafeu.
Cat., aubtts,. HMita.M &,
aon, asd-wW t tt wMkva vstaJ'J.
... s mn.LS.Ait s. ro
A. 5. Lew. ait j5g
T WILL .rt! TV-Ar. J-. U. at a ,
A. 9IMIW Mk-SMif o ssnw Mt rr(awc Hit
1 V?. " Cweawe attr,
and St4 fMtata Tb-icl .trt, astiM two bat stall
r'.T'.T"' bl-e, m . -ra.
, ,if '- A. WAU.ACH, A lacaar.
Franklin or Jlardetk's Spring,
FirreiK ii.LKs socth or Tis.rMu, ah .
On tk HMHmrg ffggtf.
mMUtnntsmttfmt., Wdiiha iaa.M t
. -. . . - - o . idiiunriMjj v vvi irauvnii UIIUWU1IUWW1
theoryJas toibe terminatlBg result. Tbey patiftj ieel 0f pecplr, of all parties, meeting on -c
irt fjHdftlatfa aTiaa ll K 1 1 ... - ..1 a. fc t - 1 '".."... . taps
kaawB t b aa
r awl CWI-a. ,r. -
aa tn la- mrn.
toabsolute abame the shallow speculations of
the cioaker, an I the wicked, prognostics of the
panic-maker. They present themselves, too.
at a season tbe most auspicious we have ever
known for the crops of th country which are
to give vitality to its internal trade and em
ploymei t to its foreign- commerce through the
new year. There is not even the semblance of
a drawback npon the past vear In the shape of
doubtful profits upon the export or an unliqui
dated balance upon the Import list, and no
threatened embarrassment to tbe trad ot the
new year, from political commotion at home
or financial convulsion abroad. Tbe survey is
unclouded, and capltalund emtvlaTraeftt. if not I ih of air hi-i f..n
Avaumtoijr bkhic iut iiiiuiuei veir. leave every.
GEO. ruiHKHTT St BR. aUa
CIM Mtao. wMet fca SS tbM
DfaawaeaJ br tbe bMt taaM of mb.b a
a wanwa.ea I ii-etrw UK a4aawe
a common errouftd. socb sentiments aa thnae
avowed, and put forth as his o wn.pcn liar views
4xh,n I h . re was no fjr at a r m, I r. IT. AJi
not feel unkindly towards Mr, Alger, but I Eseadtei-then ai reuabt a hwic rtiiiik, itc,
thought it proper that the city government ' tn.i MeMPLtxx.
should let the subject pa's thereby they would. pesaoe t Ufa.
lt.?,alM -ten-ififf Mecelxed.
dorse the oratlouTand he would never saenfiee j Pi.ArSfrHrl1
bis own respect by voting lo have it printed, or aaiebr w B yiLLKa.
to give thank to its author. There wis no I rse-iw coner xta atut Muttaaa
throp-men whose names would hv. log after A Siftlt.
lie was ex- ?
thing in the actual account of 1667, and tbe Im
mediate promise for that of 185S, to give tbem
onfUence aad a well based assurance for lta
lne impost entries or Kireign Goods at tbe
port of Now:York for 1867. sum u two hun
dred and nineteen millions of dollars, as against
one hundred and niaety-seven mfllloBS last year.
But the actual amount marketed, or entering
into consumption to tbe 30th June, is only one
hund.cd and eighty-five millions, against one
aundred a rut e4gcty-nioe millions last year.
Tbe remainder is left In public store fer future
consumption. This fact is significant against
tbe charge ot increased extravagance, wbea
the addition of 8 per cent, to oir population is
taken into the account. The gross entries at
this port would Imply a total tratVe in Foreign
Goods for the whole countrr. of about three
hundred and forty-eight million, against three
hundred and fourteen lastyear. To this aleoiW
oe aaaea rrom ten to naeen ram ions hi Koreien
Coin brought into New York, Saa Francisco
and other ports for re-exportation to the ladies:
a trade tbat tuiuaaed unusual importance on
account of the peculiar currency of Cuba and
On the other side of the account, the export
list from New York presents an aggregate
never before equaled, and reaching the large
figure of one hundred and thirty, as against
one hundred and two millions last year. Tbe
sime rate of increase from tbe o her ports,
measure oy meir relation to Dew xorlc la
1850, would give a total export trade for Ihe
whole country of nearly four hundred millions!
But, making all allowance for tbe extra ship
ment of bnllion from New York at the close of
tbe year, It is safe to assume that the great
stables of tbe South, all of which have borne
by far the highest average value ever knows,
tue increases expert or ouinon direct from tbe
racme side, and tbe miscellaneous trade with
Europe, and the Indies from all other points
on tbe seaboard, will run up tile expert list
from txcenty to tictMlv kvc millions in exteis of
the vaport side.
it may te objected that the precious com
modity of Gold constitutes an important Item
toward tbis otherwise hifblv erratifvine- result.
That it will figure for sixty or sixty-five mil
lions, in American Gold, we do not doubt; but
this Is simplv the product of our own mines for
the year. Nothing more. It has brought the
balance of our foreign aceornt largely in our
favor, and left the country no poorer in tb
precious metal actually coined and in circula
tion, and left the mines richer, in the yield for i
the current year, than they were ever known
before. Best of all, it leaves our money mar
ket wholly free from panic or distrust, aad has
conferred a credit upon tbe mercantile prompt
ness and financial soundness and elasticity of
the country, through a season of unwonted
money pressure throughout Europe, that can
not fail to be of lasting importance.
The new tariff promises bo mischief to the
trade of the nevrlr Inaugurated commercial
year. It works, thus far, unexpectedly smooth
t the convenience of tbe merebaut and the
comfort of the banking- and Sub-Treasury
movement. Tbe enlarged expenditures of the
Government and the decreased rates of dutv.
without aHV present threateatttr ef evee-n In
trie business of importation, aH give promise
tbat the specie aectimalatfoa ia the Federal
strong-box will cause no treat inconvenieace
to.tbe banker, and no esaberrasstsent to an
otherwise favorable state of the mesey mar
ket. This has been, hut can bo loseer be. an
pology for tbe croaker, and beiae remove,! hv
the practical experience of a fortnight of un
usual activity at the custom-bouse, we beg tbe
reader to conclude with ear text, that tbe
threatened trade and money crisis is indefinite
ly postponed. A'. Y. Times, IWh.
1. TiteelTeape4Ka9fwfri aaal to xaaatm an a-
H. Sraae.rHtMrst ar
b aa. d ka she 'Cltr
pected to carry out views of tbe Declaration ot ! P r uh pouae r Track t th catf s ,n
Indenemienee- suit wa. hla nratiori h,aaltf ' -, tok, aa at. b.
the body by whom be was invited. Was the
subject so threadbare that he must give Uer
anae to hackneyed Abolition settliaeota of tbe
Garrison stamp for an hour, wheat he kaewtavit
every political party were represented In Tre
mont Temple by men wbo desired to exchange
sentiments tht day of common natieual broth
erhood? He hoped tbe board would net en
The question (os re-consWeralien) so that
tbe ocator's name could be inserted with ether
parties receiving thanks was then taken, and
the board ef Aldermen reftuid to thank Mr.
Alger or print his oration, by an alsest unani
Yea Alderman Bonney,
Nays Aldermen Brewster, Dingiey, Frest, '
Hatch, James, Note, Pierce, It tea and Wight-1
A lis eat AMersMB Carter and Sweser.
Tbis is sjrRciently to tbe point, but we add
the following from the Boston Pott :
" The expressions against the AbeHtioa teae
of this speech, heard in conversation, are teud
and deep; and It is to be hoped tbat tbe well
timed rebuke of the author of it will not be
without eeod results hereafter. It Is time tbat
fanatics should know that they caucot give sail
mil, .-Uti lui.ll- ? g. -m
suit ...m. imjniwijf a w, jnifl an wwpvnctH VL
Abolitiouiara has hardly been aWe to atteudt1
tue celebration or a literary or religious or na
tional occasion, without being insulted by just
such partisan stutTas abounds ia this oration
and most generally uttered by swage obc oi the
"A few such sharp rebukes the sharper
because of thetr perfect justitess as tbis per
formance received at tbe table, and now has
received at tbe hands of the board of aldermen,
may work a wholesome reform."
ATbapesman's Lie. Araae Baaed Bryan,
coavicted before tbe Recorder of Louden, fcr
having represented te a pawnbroker that seme
spoons he (wished to pledge were " Elk
ington's best A," oa which the pawnbroker
advanced money, but afterward found the
spoons comparatively worthless, recently ap
pealed against the conviction. For the prisoner
it was urged that bis statement was merely a
"tradesman's lie," a ad the question -vai
whether tbe proceeding was an obtaining of
money under false pretences. Ten of the
Judges were of opinion tbat it was not, and
onlv two, Mr. Justice Willes and Bsrou Brara
well, being of the contrary opinion, the con
viction was squashed.
S. To M'tct See Beefca
Saao Bmasd Baxter.
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a tbi Sgaaaau-
AX Ssrepeae deaiiea tt 1't etaatovseat 1b aerae pri
vat rasaur av Semtearr, to teaaa tbe Fraaeti aad llaMan
ltsuases; alao Gaetrapbj, aed partiillr Iatta asd
AWri E. O., tbr(b tea Tut, O&at, itasiabk,
nronosct to send tbes wild Africans to India.
where tile cooletr svs'exn has failed, and alss I Feneration."
to the British West Indies. The plan ia to es- t naaied awar. Called to rearesent a section ot
traveled tnrougD. tne larger portion or Middle tablish emigration agenc's in Africa ; pro- j our country most noted for party strife and in
Tennessee, and he said the work was already vide suitable vessels lor their passage; make trigue, a master of policy amid such conflict,
iw. if w. trnuM o oe Aat fro voluntary contracts ; set to proper facilities of who ever suspected his perfect integrity amid
dose tip there. If we would do cur duty from ntmfm a; ttTTie DflheJjfriain i sueh rorruption ? It Is a rare meed of praise
thi line until the election, Know-lNothingism i0 conditio as possible, and thus drive all I that the rnea ef oir age already render to the
would be consigned to its tomb on the Ctb of i competition of slavery out of the field, by put- upright, the politically consistent and perfectly
in.f and that If one of Sam'ahnra ronM h. i ting an end to toe exigencies wnien maintain It. trustworthy sutesoan; ami otner lands tmd
nuwic bm.o . . wu. m. gu ,u Hill
junction with tbe "cotton supply association,"
to break down the planters in the Southern
States and West Indies. It is argued that tbe
a vera re cost of a slave in the West Indies is
$700, and that a free black emigrant could be
found after that time lie would pay for his like
ness in order that be might send it to the iron
-works and have it put on all the "dog-Irocs"
so as to frighten the little niggers and keep
them out of the Ere.
future ages will doubtless also point to it at an
example. With this, however, tbe Christian
has cot to do, except to show wbat sort of a
man it Is God will oun and employ in accom
plishing bis high ends for man.
If a man like Job mar be upright before men,
landed for about leaving a diaerence in I i,. ..n. lot, nl ,.v " Woo- ran nan h
After Gen. Gixxtr, the various candidates the firsiTiriee to cover an infinity of mioorex- Jurt wilh codj" And such a question men of
r ... . . , . . o. . elJiy wisdom ana uprigniness aoasic in uieir
will be impossible for our Southern planters to gecret ionIf 0ftel.er than to earthly companions
compete w r ikefc mtgr th atJ lno to be possessed by such
the slave West India Islands will be prevented . Noughts. It Is unbecoming in the ChrisUan
from obUlolng any more slaves from lie coast. ! tr violate confidence tr repeating in
Were Encland to attempt tbis course, it would L-li:. .,ti....t in ho..r e n-i..f
he In violation of the treaty made with Eug- t aDd lt seasons of serious and solemn
land and France for the suppression of the conviction in tbe chamber of affllctio'n. A
slave trade, as her system tf free emigration MatUiew, Mark, and Luke may not speak of a
would be far more inhuman than the present Kicodem..s t0mlag to Christ while he yet lives,
elave teade, it not wore Infampos than the rTbe rfijgl0u, convicUons of men should ntt be
present apprenticeship system. f , made puW when thty themselves would not
It is expected that our gflvernment will signify I fflake bIlc. uta 4ohn alter the-man
r!?Ll.hiiB(. UC I c",r,e ot station hu passed from earth, may repeat
would meet with it entire disapprobation. for ftt good what the world iaw not
. Ifes, we mar imagine Christ as teaching a
Host. Jacob Thoktsok. This distinguished universal lesson whet) he pictures ever! the- un
for tbe legislature were called upon tbe stand
to show themselves and say a few words, when
the meeting adjourned And the crowd dispersed.
Altogether it was a refreshing day to -the
Democracy, and we are more inoroughiy con
vinced than ever that we can, lf we will, carry
Sbelb7 county by a handsome majority. Let
u all work to thi end fron, this Urn- until next
Thursday.vreek, and the victory .is ours.
gST'Tb West Tennessee IFAtg says that
hot for the f orcef party Jriu, Jhere would be
aSksoo'county, -where he has so Irag..Uyed,
We'weBdef what sort of drill it is thafwill
cause Mtdison county to give, a majority of
rotes against A. K B"d !- th State Senate.
He is as old a ctUzen of the county as -Mr.
Srxrae! ithe msf fitten" manior the
in death. How much tbe mass ot his country
men, tbe majority ot a congregation, mistake
the man in high official station i 'Tis tbe pres
sure of great cares, 'tis the necessarily-assumed
air of distance towards hundreds that with too
selfish an object, approach e-h men. that
sometimes seem to intimate thev have forgot
ten their humanity, and are lost to that one
ness of brotherhood which belongs to men and
to Christians. How he loved to be where he
could show himself what he was 1 Fellow-wor
shipper in tbe sanctuary, never charee with
haughtiness the One wbo seems distant and ab
stracted in toe walks of life and in tbe sanctu
ary: for tbe warmest heart that ever beat, and
tbe humblest spirit that ever bowed before God.
way ue .ucie. auai ueari uoo. alone Bej.
Young man, never imagine that men of great
wisdom, in a day when Christianity has such
powers now among men. are skeptics in re
ligion. They may be doubters fer a time ; tbey
must be inquirers long; but they stop not till
tbey are satisfied; and then not one of them is
there wbo is not a firm believer in the divine
origin and power ot the religion of Christ.
Need I suggest, as a second lesson, tbat we
forge t not tne duty ot sympathy for thebereated 1
I hat most estimable lady who has sat so Ion?
ana ouen wiui us. ana gathered wim sucb de
light as one of us about the table ot tbe Lord,
is one o rat oi siricKen anu amictea or earth.
Ah, at what a price earthly station is bonehtt
V. , z 1 t .i , . . . a . 1
UDH lllbIC UU V C I.11UW UUW U1C BOU1 Oi tOe pl-
ous wife and mother shrinks from itl .Brother,
sister, sod, husband at last everv nron broken
and fallen around her! You knew her, seme
of jou ; and that desolate heart will have your
sympathy a sympathy which will lead you
around the mercy seat of our common Father
to plead with Him to snstain His own dear
child, and our most attached sister in Christ.
finally, let us not forget a duty we owe to
ettrfeJc. Is this, indeed, the end of hnman
hopes and human attainments? O yes; this
sudden, sad end is no exception. Your paslorbas
not been an usobserviog witness of men of this
city for fifteen years, through a few brief youth
ful years of bis ministry; yet be has seen one
and anotber in quick ' succession, under the
wasting care of station, pass from youth to ma
turity, from maturity to the grave. My hear
ers, we most all die. Young men, 0 forget not
Solomon's last counsel in view of tbe uncer
tainty that sinks down oter tbe grars of many
among us: "Remember now tbr Creator in
the days of thy youth." Let the voice of tbe
dead, speaking from his coffin, tell you his own
deep convlctiou while alive, that be would not
nave nts example quoted ror neglect of religion
inearlrlife. His own voice to you from the
grave is the echo of that spirit which when on
euth so rejoiced lo bear that young men were
truly converted to Christ, Men of mature
years, may the prayer of David in his prime be
yours : " O spare me that I may recover
strength before I too go hence fo be here no
more." To. all of us mar God aanetlfr lh
memory of tbe departed, and may bis death
-I . T . .
p.uvc c.ciuai me WBtjmeoi US.
Mississippian is winning golden opinions as repentant rich man ln tbe parable, wishing in
Secretary ef the Interior. The Cleveland the world of spirits that his brothers may
tTlaindtcltr says, (bednties and responsibilities know bis own spirit's condition-, and, by bis
rofihis office are about as multifarious and im- example, be led to penitence Wore God.
portaci, as a whole, as those of the entire gov- Tbe righteous and the wise are in the hand
crnraent, under the earlier Presidents. He is. 'of God; and w man kno-reth either love or
me airecting-neaa.of tbe Pension, ixt, Indian hatred by all tbat is before them." No mortal
and ?Uent,p$Fip?partnent, besides a world j may know how the spirit of our departed
. . . t . ; - , II V.
tliace for WHICH oe I running, anuicauj uiut ( . cuv.vjHiaciJAikiucm, uraiica noriu i way auiotv uvw ius ipint ol our acpiircea
; ,. M the rotes in tbe county. Don't the I ct .jD.t,e Revolt IsgalgB, of lesser grades, f friend appesred before Him that sesreheth.the
to hare oil the rotes in ice coumy. ion me &t .fetfiGfat minister, as j heart He does not allow ua to decide whether
JFjkljr think to? advisory counsel of the ftesToent, It taxes I love or hatred towards hla rules the soul ot
'the talent, the genius, and industry of the man ! any of our fellow-mcn; for even "seen acts
One cf the new versions of the "Ten to fill so many and so Important poiltiofii j and cannot be so analyzed always that men -may
As Atte mit to Kidxav a Neceo. A
man calling himself Jas. Newton, purporting
to hall frosa Tennessee, was up before Justices
Howard and Dow on Wednesday last, for an
attempt to kidnap a negro, belonging to Mr.
Alexander Givens; admitted his guilt, and
was committed to jsll in default of bail. The
negro alleges that Newton, and some five or
six others, robbed him of about seven dollar.
and tbat be promised to run away with them;
fearing thev would kill him, they promised to
make him free. This he told his master on
bis return home, and tbe negro, in filling his
appointment to meet Newton, established tbe
guilt o( tne latter and oscasioced bis arrest.
Newton was journeying off with the negro,
when arrested by a posse of twelve commis
sioned to take him. He appeared much
alarmed, admitted his guilt, but protested he
was.no abolitionist; he was attempting to kid
nap to make a raise, thinking it would be
lighter work than digging in a vineyard. He
.admitted that hs told the negro h -would free
bim, but it was a lie, as he intended to sell
him, to get funds to go to his wife and child,
living near Nashville. He has not been long
in tbis neighborhood, and protests that be had
do aecom plif es, which is not credited. On ex
amination, it appeared mat dis Bead bad been
shaved, and It is believed tbat he ia som
escaped penitentiary convict. BoontilU Observer.
f Dabster reduces sverythlng to mathe
matics. He got married because kissing saves
fifty per cent on bis cigar tax. Old bachelors
will pi tai notfe.
clasp of her own bracelet, which had not un.
naturally fell Into the coat skirt with uhich
sbe was engaged, and doubtless, on missing it,
instead of regarding me in a romantic light,
auc put ii uuwn luai j was one or tne swell
mob, and had purposely entangled myself In
net mesa (o idd ueioi uerjeweiry.
Here was an anti-heroic position to find one':
self In when i wished to be considered thi
most devoted of knigbts, to be remembered onlv
as tbe moat expert of pickpockets 1 Was ever
aii honest lover in sucb a plight? -And to make
it worse, i cpui.i not see now I was to escape
from tbe inevitable dilemma. I must go down
ioiue grave reroeinoerea only ln that dear one'
mind as tbe nefarious purloiner of her brace
let. To find her out wasirn possible; but a
bright Idea struck me, as mr eye lighted on a
newspaper lying on the coffee-room table 1
rang tbe bell and Inquired ef tbe waiter when
tne local paper was published. "To-morrow,
sir," .ne answered, l sat down and wrote an
advertisement. It was in tbe following words
" If tbe lady whose drees got entangled tn a
gentleman's coat button, In leaving tbe toncert
last Wednesday, will call atorseJd to the Tre-
mont Hotel, sue will near something to. her ad
There, I thought, ai I gave the advertisement
to tbe boy, and five shillings to pay for its In
sertion in the Traveler; there, if that will not
give me a clue to escape from a verrunnleaa.
ant dilemma, and at the same time to know
who my enchanter Is, the fates must indeed beJ1'
My plans being thus so far adopted, I or
dered dinner, and wailed patiently, or rather
Impatiently, tbe appearance of the newspaper
ufc uiuiBin. it was orougut up to my room
damp from the press, and then I read.-in all the
glory of large type, my Interesting announce
ment. jut, ray stars i witn wtiat arradvertise
cent was it followed In the same column. I
only wonder that my hair did not stand on end,
as i reaa
"Two Dollars Rewabo. Lost or stolen,
on tne night of tbe concert, at tbe Hall, a Gold
Chain Bracelet It is tboozht to have been
taken from the lady's arm by a pickpocket, of
gemiemamy appearance, woo wore a Blue coat
and brass buttons, and kept near the ladr on
uer leaving me au. . .-
"Anv one rivincr such information' aa will
lead to tb recovery of 1he bracelet, or the ca'p.
tureoi uie mier. in it was stolen,) win receive
lli.,li... I.: . V- -T r.
THB EXD XOT TKT. i '
Here was a pretty plight to be advertised;
in me pooue papers as a pickpocket, wben my
oniy crime was, Jite utueiio's, that of
- ' Loving-, not wlMiy, But loo well.'
My determination, however, was quickly
adopted. I went up -stairs, put on' the very
Identical blue eoat so accurately deseribed,and.
tawing tne paper ln my band, proceeded to No.
7 Cambridge Place.
I knocked at the doorvand asked the servant
who answered the name of tbe family. Havlngi
ueara it, i gaia, is .Miss rtaymond in if
"Yes, sir," replied the servant woi
"wbo shall I ear wants her?"
" Tell her," I replied, "that tbe pickpocket
witb tbe gentlemanly addresj, and blue coat
and brass buttons, who stole ber bracelet, is
ere, and wishes to return it lo her." '-:
r The woman stared at me as though I were
mad ; but on repeating my request .to her, she,
went in anl delivered my message.
Soon tbere came out, not my fair one, hut,
"With all that's beat et csil and brum,
IIccUds in aspect and la eje,"
a stalwart brother. . . . ,
"That," I sald,handlnghlra the bracelet, "is
Miss Raymond's property; and though, as you
perceive. I wear a blue eoat with brass buttons,
and am flattered to think my manners are not
ungentlemanly, I am, bound, in candor. Jo say,
I am not a pickpocket."
"Then, air, you shall have the reward," said.
weoroiner, talcing out hta purse. . ,
"No," I Teplied, "for, strange as.it mir ap
pear, though lam not a pickpocket, I stole the
The man looked puzzled, but when I told the-
irum ana pointed to my advertisement in me
same paper, as a proof that I did n't-wiih to
make off with the property, he laughed hearti
ly at the whole ttory, and notthleast at bis
sister's decripKJ3.cf the gentlemanly pick
pocket. "Well," he said, "you had better walk Tn
aod hare tea with us, and my sister will b
able to sar whether she can soeak to vour
identity, tftsv felr it will be Urn enough
The Book Mi. Makcv was Headijg when
he Died. An -Albany.corresnoedeot of the
New York Poit writes a verr interesting letter
ta. that paper In reference ta the deceased
When be stopped at tbe aptioue. shaded ho
tel at Ballston, where be died, it was noticed
bow be would take his chair out under the
wide-spreading elms and entertain his landlord,
and the plain, old-fashioned people who Fath
ered about him, delighted with the pleasant
stories which he told, and the philosophic hu
mor and shrewdness, and social feeHug -which
twinkled in bis keen, bright eve. At other
times be would return to bis room, as his cus
tom was, and. takcup some favorite old author,
(he rarely read modern literature,) Milton,
Sbakspeare, Hervey, among the poets; South,
Harrow or Robert Hall, among divines; his
French edition of Machieval, (a favorite work,
by the way, with Senator Seward,) or Bacon,
-among paifasopmc writing, and would read
until he fell asleep. Awl this, iadeed, was the
way in which he fell asleep on tbe night of
Independence Day. He had gone to his cham
ber, put his boots in tbe usual corner, put on
bis dressing-gown, and then laid down with
Knight's edition of Bacon's Essays a small
red quarto volume, with illustrations. When
be' was found, be was still on tbe bed; his eyes
were quietly closed ; on one side were the spec
tacles, on tbe other the welt-remembered snuff
box, and open-on.' his breast lay the book he so
much loved mat Immortal epitome of buman
wisdom the Essays of Bacon, and over- It
were clasped his bands, bugging it Jo his heart.
Such was his final sleep, peacefpl, serene, and
worthy ot so great a life In the midst of tbe
thunders whicb commemorated tbe birth day
ot the nation, whose fame ami power be had
aone so mucu to upnoia and exte.xl.
Wbat page It was on which the volume was
opened l snow pot. l'erhaps it was nn tbat
most a ppropriate passage where the en-eat phil
osopher thus discourses " of Death":
"A mind rued aod bent on somewhat tbat
Is gocd, doth avert the colors of deatb : but
above all, believe it, the sweetest cantitale
Is 'suae dvamittis.' When a ma a hath obtain
ed worthv end and expectation."
General weatatu aad debiUty, tbe prameaMbaas at
vKal drear, replaetd wMh vlaar, aettTHr, aa a
aaalihral pot-BtT I everr "taa. b4 ia tbe eaMre ava.
er,brtbereatoratie,r-calUBZ aad exhttarattat; ia
aaeK( to ltiovacaUiais: vegetable pcaaaiallca.
SaU at lb maaafaatarr. So. 88 XaMea Laat, Srw
Tetk. aad br aajdracstaatc, 43a , sad ilpetbex.
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SHELBY MALE HIUU SCHOOL,
NEAR GERMANTOWN, TENN.
THE SBVEXTH SES3I0K- ot this lailltatlaa wU
JMiOHoa aa XOXDAT, AwpM 34, 1S7.
Jj2!-!ww A X. SAFTBB, PrteclBal.
Memphis Medical College.
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1J!W1 SflANtS, X. H..rwtt-r t Ott4ai asd
Maaaae ot Vmm aa 0blMra.
ARTHUR K. TATLOR. it. B. Viml.r mr In.Ur..
BOWBMl'1- R08AEDS, V. B.,flNrt( Sa-t-rr.
- ?-iKIE, X. l., Piateaaar at XatetU XeOtaa
, Prateaaar af Pbvataiazr
DxiEt. r. WRiGirr.jr. n
GbXMGB V. JO.VB3, X. D., BasMatnter othJU-
JfWK T. XARABLK, x. D., Cwasar of e Xo
lTaarra Ire PHatins ot aw bMa. bma
Jab kelarav aAi TO ta Ta
TBI HVLLXZ1X CO fJSttT,
THE GREAT SOUTHBRWl,
JOB PRITIN-O -
Xo. A: Monroe street,
TftflffturlMta M. MUM. L. . MX M..u. I - ,
vaBee Xatnetaatiaa Fee-. S5; r.,aitiiK Ie: SUf
ABaiaar aad Da-Haai, $M), to be lakaa a batate ;
traaat;. Reeav aea rwrn tbe lit a tfetotxr. - I
A Pnliaiutaf , Caaraa of Lectam, rroa W aB ataaanta.
UK theaaMK by each rrrefaor,ea aaeiects aaaaarl'd !
wHb. ata -pi i tiwt,t, wMei.04aet bta)7 ustaatb 'Vr ,
taker. roea-Mta i a f, ar la Ilia mt la-t BMaah.
CLINICAL LNSTiKJUTIOX. Tae Mtnaabu tharHr
BwetU' la a-B ta lae ateoaber of be caaat a nan
as apeeal aacateat laatrarHoa win ba eWea ra tbowarea
at tbelaatitaUaa aa two W ttaaadaT aa4 Slar
f ererjr week. Toe DUpeaeatf. la oae tt the
rrATIXG lHUi.,l tb - MtGRiiT JOB IWltTtaaj
rl Bd; . SVwib. aad ar.eKiM au ia baa
baai roviil Pr---a, aod eaai rb rnt af tba a K-Krta'f-r-
ia rtj. cuntrt wa ar. prrpan ta asaaaaa aa)
klaea or Priiit i - to raw erac ai a a- W
aa-MMWoCR H--StOa 't.iiliai srJa aaab-Baak
loeaiaor I0 Of-Sere, reeeim jrse neatfe r or patieai Preaam. tbe SrailailT -m bn aaal a Shua cttxl
aretj BMraiaf. 5rwl operittoa. ar s.rfc,rwel ia aaj wi n i,ru t ic irtra caiwana, wae
awnee ot tbe cte- a, as paURila eaR-riatT rtaat a i-al 1 'nak.l te arMi OnaUrt, a,h itVaaH HaaM a.. Meaaa
vafteij e aie pieaatrlNd tor, aad m. , boat ml: Pawteaaa. Boata. Paaiaai-t. aa albaa-at
mmpiioBTa aaa inifiu, wam aaaa, iBairaetiaa
Somerville Model School.
Tbe aext (Tenth) Senkm ot'tke Taeat Ladies' Xaael
School, at SaBterrille, Tea , watl easuaenca on XOX
DAI, tbe Till at September oext, fhW Ike coaUauta
isperviiloa of A. B. Siean.
By orJer ot the Bjard of Trnslea.
V.OS. J. C. DCXPnRETS,Pm't.
Emvix Dicxisros, See'j. sSHaw2a
atav be Utaatraled br naitlealar eaa a.
Tae Oailejre pan aaaea aa araabe XaaraT, Caeatbialaai
raaoticai ApearaMM. aaa evevft asz aeeaaaur t
uAujouatraia lae a-araeor lectoreaoa eaca aa aaca.
Staeaa dealfiBc ranker taforauttea well aMreat
PrWetaar L. Skanks, X. D.
lr aawHav L. 3HAXICS. X. D., Bf ta.
Grand Fancy and Dress Ball,
sea r.E a
OX TUESDAY, AUG. 11.
TTlR'Xapater of tk BtUVlK DAM p
SPRING'-. HKxman cooniy, Ta.. reapect- itl
tally aaeoaaors tkat tbere win te aires at flf
tfctt.eSprlasa,a TVESOAT, Ascaat iith.ltU
Fancy and Dress Ball-
to wkieb a ceoeral laTKatiao It extealal to tbe eMtxrns
ofT-saeaaee Artaaaaa a A Xlwl'alpft. Tbe" following
taatlemen btr been reqaHied IS tern u laasaters:
WX. THOMAS, JWD6G CARUTnKRS,
JOHN C1BC. TK. F HAROl.V,
a X. FAOELER. . X. TBSGER.
J. KNOX WA1XBR, D X. LE1T1IRRHA!.-,
D. B. TURNEK, SAM'L VANCB
H. F. LOO.VBT, B. TT. XCNF03D.
f t. . js. ritiBjtsu, x
W1LLIAX BBOW.V. OEM'. Tt- tnLLUXSON",
DR. JNO. THOXPSOST, " jQOL K TT DAUC,
GEX A. B. BR1DPORD.
Q-Eartecpr. . lyil-aw -
Mabies Talcen! .
TOUXG AMEUICA STRUCK OFF!
YOUNG LADIES' BEADTF PRESERVDl
OH Folks will Always gee tbe Best!
TODXO XCN TAKEN TVITtT OR TnTnODT MOUS-
A "Word to the Afflicted.
THK "KERTO0S TOXIC" Is now regard,! by iB
aeientlfle men t be sapaf lor to aay preparatiea ever be-
far preaente ta tofftriat bmaiaily, as by tu cor.aW
ratlaileaaencaoataaar.teni. tha seaeaptlbillty ta dla
eaie la ktaased. Ab4 to those prediapMed ta rrpeate
attack! of CAHix; TVrer and Jjue, or aav kiad ot Ttvtr,
tola reeudy skooM. by aJtsaaaaa, b naed. AaaVto tbaa
rn!Hnf In laiaamalic dsMit tt, wbere dlxaa-a af thit
cbaraeter are always IneWrot ta ta9 eHmate, tbey aboald
never be wltboat it.
Cholera, Diarrhea, moody Flux,
THERE la ea SaeaMlkat bra t rat r a aaman beieaa in
aoiaerta Hsivaad tbat reader tbe system so saean-.
adosa at tb reaMHt wten'apptleil, aa .tkeae; aodit
taere.'ore behevea alt peraona wba valaa fbtlt Urea deaivx
Uun asjtbins etje, rtaiVr tbat "de.aja are daBftr-
oaa." Aa aooa ai yoa teal lira alltbleat aympteDrvf
DIarrbea. CAR fr a battle at Sltdst's Chtlerm or Diar-
rhssSjutp, ant itn at wblaa, If taken ln tlsw, will re
Hevayta. Bemaaeeer, IhU 1 Do eocalialy deviaed bam
bos aa we bare ta evatence to pvjlb itc'. AB we
k ia s trial. - - f
Use Dr. SLBeaB'
ot tie above are for aale at -all tba Oros Stales, and spaa
enqstry day b faan I la all the towna aul vUlazer.
J. V. SLEB6B k. CO:.
Sole Pfeprfrtsri, Xeeapaia, Teen.,
Twbom all ordert must be addreated. lyg
I 1 DRSN"ONwbAaaaaayewaaelaoaieettb4treaatBia
aeatsat aaM boat, wta pltaae call aad sat tfeair aaMaey
to-dtayatBToeaee. B. 3 WABOKLL.
Look out fr the Thief!
HEXRT X1KXOB, a bateker. twaaay.aa years eM,
Bra feet ten iaetra Msb, w-tzbt 110 poawta, ba
eHBM todriaV. Kaed a wkHe in Xapafc-ao, Arkaaeaa. re
erntly deave Me-waaaa hr oa, laa ate after cobble aa af
Wfflu two bandred oallar. TIv pebHc afe aaMed
isaiaatkaibotlesbtoi. BCTAL, ALGEO it CO.
$30 IlEWARD. '
STRATBD OB STOLEN nw tke aabaertaar.
a I boa tot laM DreasbTtaal an lean
:(TeyXAHK.aboat4Tearaol. IS or W haade
hi., wi.k a lantlroap apon bt w.tber, aappoW tm b
aaaaed by lae KmMe Said Xare waa with ri at rk
Tea aoe rewaid wtBbeV a lelverr. oe tepriat
r taMBMituB laacwta leu w la ree ieryaf raexatc.
H. II. FAIASi
" J.f U-twawSw LaOrast, TeaMaee.
gj Baiaa aad Bnaatm aaay.
o x..robi.vjoh ee..
No. Ml XaJaatreet, ap abaft.
Eailrod asd Steamboat Work,
MCA1KK. CMbMPSDt ANB PlHM
'Taaa aH lb- ai-Uad Paaaaoa a tae city aaaaMasaV
XTa a aaa oae or OlMaaaa'a taaat 4 Cm Paaaaaa
wabeb l.eaaabkorf araiatiaNo!4.an day i tba
Our Vosler Depirfujent
Iwbaecaaatca.Balri.)! p ba aaa ell aad bar uab.a
mrJE oflera aad errw of tae bale aleaakoat OIkSHWW' ar XMKAiHR Prlaatat wo naait b artpaaaad.
CASES Sat Sbeatdera r r aaiaay
O. V KOBI.VSON- a. CO .
Jyri-tm , Ko 231 Xala afreet, npatalr-
st'ousu'injition, &c, '. . SQO
k-s nOAjtaovKb ptorosAi- "ah r - fvn i
o n RomssnKk cel .
Kat. Til Xaln etrret, ap atatf a:
iQnn COILS Xo. 1 fee al by
lOUU 8 N BOB1XS0JT, XCO ,
Irn-ln, . -Aa aat Mate atreet, tap ut.
HKSTaBGALLXRTmw atrtr. fir exMMtioa tbe
fintjt collection of OIL PAINTINGS ot any GaSery ia
tbe co on try.
Tbe IMPERIAL PHOTOGBaFII la one of tt.!cailnf
plctarea af the day. Uade. only by F4RK 4c PEP-
Tbe BALLXOTTPE tko.mpat-won'lerfiil.plctar tgft
Xnade can be aeea at tao Star GaHerj. XaJe at M
CAtli,, C.n.rv In lt.dl. n.mmm ,.m
TT71TB hla MELANEOTTPB preceaa. caa make a true
V V ' lUeaeat af aoytklae that wfl cut a abade. Be-m-mber
that he baa the eic stive rltkt af Xemphla for
the Xetaneotypa paleat. Be alao make aH other styles
ot Plctarea that are worth maklsf at aH.
ReeaeobT M lva.-. 1S1 Xau alreet, over Joeel, Brrvs
fc'Co 'a-orpoallO Wrbatn Hooaa. JeM
VajtB.... aElVTOS rOB-D. ... A. C. TBHAOWrlX.
Fo Jjfine S Co.,
aii b '
conianssiox me it chants,
SO. 2, SOUTH SIDE UA'IOIV ST,
r PARTICULAR atteotlca BaM la Sto-
f'aA-Jrinr. ShWplB aod SelUot Gallon A
KSaSrood ataek of Baniajr. Kapo and P
tattoo sepplP alwara aa hand, and
fnmbhed at the lowest taarlec ptlcra.
White Teeth, Perfumed Breath
.and Beautiful Complexion,
CXS be acq at red by tuiiu th Baui or A Trov
saxd FtowEBS-." Whtt Uix or itnUaaaa" woofit re
main under th carta ot dlaapeeaM breath, wben, by
os Is; tbe "Balm or A TnoutAXD Flowers" at a
denirlfice, wonkt not oely reottr tt aweet, bat leave t4e
teeth white at alabatttr? Xany personi da Bat know
their breath la tad, and tha tnbjatt I ae drfleal ttitr
frlenda will neve? mention, tt. Beware of coaaterfelts.
Sa tore each bottle Is aUred,
FETBIPGE fa CO., Xew Totk.
S3 For aale trail Pianist. aplT-deodly
7VST received prr Adaata ft Co "a xprra, a aaperior
I loto-f Beady-saade Oatkira, oaaiat'BS at
JUPEKVINK BLX rJOBSKIK CASS PANTS;
" loth moera
' VIHUaBOSlLt VISTS:
Far aale low for eaab. at th center of Oaten and Shabby!
streMt, aad at .No. 2oo naia tu-ri
JyM 3 JOHN WTLDPEBGER.
OXoreoonl tba lit aay ae jaaaary UJf, lne tnaBrsa
eoaaedlM farmerly eilailas M tbis ettv ander the
aaa aad s'yta of J. O. St A w DEJStr, waa dlaaotvcd
by awtaal esaaeat or th aarttra thertta
Jale IS. 1SS7 tyIT-d3t JOH.V O. BBrtr.
,-TTiirrr eatks Loaaoa Puter. oaart aa4 tints. y
JL list J r rKAaJio. Freat Baar.
TniFTT bat Plpr Heldakk Cbanaairee. ar
JfjiTil J. T rHA.NC.Xo. M FnotBw
TTHFTT bcio Ckanaaine Calar. kf
if J. F. gAyg, Na. SS Fr-ait Rowy
FiFTT Uinta rjarlla XX AP-, by
Jflt J F. FBXX,ya teFroetRow
CASH FOR WHEAT.
"VTTAKTjrD-rPVE HtJNPiirD THOUSAND BUSHBLS f
VV- cr. w blAT, ior wbiut tna luaaeat maiart put
wiUbe paid In cash.
DOUOLASS DOtVELL It Ul
Irit-Ja . . Kit la X .
'. X POXADB for beaatlfylsg the RAIR-hUbly per
fumed, saprrler to any French article Imported, and ton
halx'the price. For dreailnt Ladiea Hair It baa no
equal, glTlar It a brljtt, slotty .appearance, Itcasee
Gmtletnen'a rjaL-torarl ln th aiott natnral nusner
It removes dandrstr, alwaya Elvins the Hair tha appear
ance of beisc freak ahuapooed. Plica only fllty cents.
Hone tranln n!es aigned, FETRIDGE St CO.,
, Proprietors of tbo "Balm of Thooaaad Flowers. "
" $' For tale by aH Prnttlats. aplT-deodly
For Sprinff and Slimmer of 1857,
XLEGAJiT Diets, Xolesklnasd Casalmera CATS, re
ceived at VniKATOS'S, Ti Front Row, where thee le
waat of a aupeib and fattitontMe HAT win pleas calL
Constantly on hand and receiving the largest aad ttutat
stock of SOFT HATS la the city at
UU . WHEA TON'S. "J Front Saw.
FIFTT doia ore Orttrrt. br
an J-F.FBAyg.Vo.aa Front rw.
QKTEXTr-FlTK boxea Ylrttnla Tohacca. by
OJrSl J. T. FR Ayg, gp n Front Raw-
TWEXTT-ITTK r-arre Texaa Feuna. by
to J. t FRANK, No. jj riont Row.
tMenwhis Saw JWli
WH offexMrapkadidXlHproperlyforaale, sltaaM
Irf TiT"' ib,T th 1" Wo wM
eH Jrtth the XH1, tf r?o.Wred,
2,500 Tiers of Timfcer.
The XI'I haa been raa only aboat eitbt months, btia
nearly new and tn perfect order. Wo b- neve it tb nwt
perfect aad complete Xiltos the Xlaalailppi river. Two
npriaat aawa. ',
um caah rtunlred balxsce oa oatr time.
Jyl-Jw BAXTBR k. CO.
We ala ar rec-tvinc tae baraa. aad b-t Mate!
at ck of Car, SUtMitery aad Payee owe baaa
2 XT' rriara tkaaka to aajr atrM lor aaa tavan.
saotMawaratrtrt ali-,lai ta bataea ba meet iatr
taaswrt aarf pat'oew ia tae laaaia.
ljis-lf tr. X WTTTOX k. tX . p oaetetoe
J E. CHADWICK'el ADVERTISB3IEM5
tTUl, Alvray be Fann J In TaiaCalaniB.
PERSON. wau a kaaw- waai ke ka to aa.J
what he aaaj waat id tm lai aay of Mo- ewemacl.
wm r te (-adnata, mt rnlaaan.oa be3D0lMi
FA.8K. Banna bar tbat, aad aaaa pauaeat tbo troat
MjaMait B over tae aipir.
AMatlaiiBitailidsaa wtu oa attended to ear
faaV aad witb diepMeh.
Office .Hadltan Street, oppetH Co lan Dana.
INflJ&AJ.-OX, BBAL KaT ATX AXB 6EKBJLL
Etna Fire and Inland .avlB-
tion Insurance Company,
Capital and scbtlcs nvnoytot
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.,
capital and mntnm. taw
Charter Oak. Life Ineurnnoe Oe.
capital ad .-vbplos ..$tavn
POLlCiaBlitaai aa loawnable tea
Mr adjsated. aad peocaaaly aaM.
A LEASE OF A BKAt7TlIC L JHttUaEJaCaUaBaea.
ha foar room, C Kan and 9rM ttooaa .Sab Baaaa
Stab, na wart of wue. aat a aeeea at Ae latatM
laad,wMbalMatica4aaftaUlfa, Satavard aboax 1 k
jattV froaa Osart Saaaee. faiiuim sataa a& aarm
ber. Apply ta J W. ClUDiriet:.
ALSO ABEAtrctrTOCrrAGKEMDeTirC fpe)
eonvaba.K 6 roea. VJaaaaa, aertaat'a sa at, i at bat al
AeetVn ciateia, waat aboat ikroe-taatth of aa arte of
Land, kKaalod aaasaat of tae my Ileal: t poaaeMWa
(tven lit Sateaaer. A tMtftta eaa V bad ITUkrm aaoa.
iPPTto J. B. OHASHTMU:.
ALSO, a WatMa IfSOXMHH SITS. ceMaas6 ISO
acrea.eKilseenTi ataaa. oa tae aJkwtai artaet o(
Grntral Aveaa aa BarMft A,ai.a4. AaoabkJ aaaeoH
lh retldeaeeior Jaaaa atarabt.
A1MI tta-se Latyig LOT. italibtlaj bar urea.
otrrrts. wiia aaa m.a aspaaio oa, Ut aasabiaMeof
innim, waaant toil aaae an ta
Far ttnae aaaT to
A PPL1C ATIOVS lor paottbaa aa 7knB as ?.
JX Seaoata a,at b rud ba wntkc ta aaa lawiaaalgaod
at aa oarty a day aa praaitaiM
StWelK R GRANT,
T. D. BLIVftlattK.
IfM-l" TV. J. Ttxr.
A COKVENWNT jX wataniabX; B rating
So a.eaaaltiaau'!. an Cut ml tat, oa-
n' Cast A. B Mbaa'a
WK kav ia aioae all at. aad baad Ft.
aoa.aJlaaade by th- ke.1 saaaataatarera
' taaa aa.airy. wbtck e wtK saB tary
u.w.v raai by tbe at ab
XeatlNNBT a. Oft.,
11 Xa atsaet.
AVERT Tetr NBaaa4MRL, aboaT atatrt yaaci X
tt". KolrutaS HM'tw
TO! patinrnMp heretofore etlatler between ALLEN
St XiDONALD la t la day dtiaolved by matnal
-consent. It. A ALLBK-wlal centtaa th btulnitaUt
tbeoU stand, and aettla all debt for and against the
firm of AUn It XcDisa'd.
X. A ALLEN.
Memphis, .133.1557. iyTi-St
X So. 1 XEGBO GIRL, sixteen yean eld, tor
sale, If application b made too a to
caige a. gON,
Aectloneers and Saat KaUte Brokers,
JjM A X i Xoiro ttrcet.
W. E. MILTON,
26 Madison Street, Up Stairs,
FOR SOXX OFTHZ BEST
Marine Insurance Companies in lie United
Exchange and Rote Broker.
I will attend to the negotiation of an
JCOTES JUfD BILLS OF EXCUAXGE.
A LSO, Ssgar, Ccftce. Tes.Xaluic. Ac, fcc , for tele
XV ly J. y FBAKE,
GRAND JjUyCPION HOTEL,
GRAND JUNCTION', TENN.
TUB rutacrloer ha reeeaoly taken chirrs ot
thi note), au Grand Jaacaton, Ten., aed wB
beaaa tt-d by-nia mother an lta mnagennt
n bat entirely re-fliled a ad re-forniabed it ia
ton Railroad and th Xttatea-ppt C ntral aad Tenneaae
Railroad can get brrakraat at thta btu befora the accom
modailoa train leaveo fsrXempbia, and- !u supper ba
fore themtll train paaaexforXeaphia In tbo at trnooa.
Pa tenter w to layover on aixbt wHI Hod this hotel
equal to any on tbe route for comfort and good fare. The
proprtaur aollciti the patronage of the trardlaic public I
T. C. BASS.
Grand Jsactloo, July W Jr2I-lm
AHOaSB ANP IUtToa Alaa tlrft, lwk4aeut
of IM. J . T nalia a yeeana a. Ta Haste cen
Ut a tkrosooaia. sseaa. a, weal a d carteta.
. rat farCaor atMalaa apply HX ISwadeors tfoa
JTlT-lt g TOLLINTHT.
Marshal's Sn6 of Talitoblc Laud!
BT VlHtCK or Aii BXACJUTU'X Ut aay haada, ta
favor or tr. K Sl, it Co. ax I afataat BMaa
Saeoeooa. taaw-4 fr.,aa (bo F-ae-al Cart of tbe Potted
Slat, i, at JaoaeBwaM I wiu aaal at th tVrt
BaaBedooe, ba Jack, ac lb ITtk dapM itlkl. rSST,
luSaaere of raia-aiale lytaa: la Ut) lllb. C Bta
Irlcta By-r ouaay. Tkaaeaee Hilt Setrarauc DJ
trtct, Raaoo II aa4Sulana.t aaaatul kf tar state at
TrnaeaaJ State t.n by rtaa,y I&XM, aa-ttxoB!-ed
oa tka--et br VdHeat a. SWi libSx aeta Utet,
and ITBiMi1 reat, aad an tk Boat by tha
Oetoo ttver, aad X AaaiatraB' 6,660 ace baott aad
larted anaaikn at Biuret taHSaapen to aiHary tM
Tfc above liaet iawell -Hueerod, of ext)eBt quiJetr.
and a E-cd p-rtlaotabm evotSow.
Teimi-f aale Caah.
U. S Xanhal r. T.
S-vrriir-is St S-raenrxa Alter. Ja3-xt
So. J3 Front Row,
TVotice of Dissolution.
TBX PARTKERSJIlP herctdlore -AUUsg between the
aaderaltnrd I the Ooiblnx A'd .Farnithla batt
ues, ander the name and atyl ef XIler St Johnson. 1
tbia day dlaaotred by msinel encaeai.
Tba hut neaaof old Una will be a-tilt!; ty oar Jotn
Johoann at tlw old stand, aba alone la authorized to cot
led the estatwdlag debt cf tbo eald a a
Xtsssbis, JntT 1. 1437. ftS-dlai.
s. wiltj VEASaa.
O. C. WILZJAJS.
S. . VEEiYON & CO.,
Cotton X; actors, Coniiutssion and
Na. o Fraat a,r aver Macham A- CalbmiX&'s,
f XXXP3Z2, TJ20T. C2$
9 -'j-a.- .
f thee JKX,'.
tt St 81LI ,