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Missis. Editors: Having nwsjri enter-
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fSHAlI G. HARRIS,
WILLIAM T. AVERT.
FOB THK SENATE,
..J KNOX WALKER.- . .
frU'H'PHBEY R. BATE,
rO CO till I BErsXSEtTATIVEf,
WILLIAM a D UK LAP,
E.,W. M. KIKG.
KKSS23. AVE&Y A5D STEPEESS.
These centlemen filled their appointment In
lhlt citv nlzht before lav. Mr. Avebt led off
1b a speech of one and a half hours, delineating
the present position of parties In the country,
and siring his reasons for the position -which
he now occupies In the Democratic ranks. His
remarks -were pointed and well received, and
he demonstrated to all who were willing to re
ceive the truth, that the Democratic is
the only party new in the country which
lias the will and the power to beat back
the forces of Black Republicanism. - He
was forcible throughout, ind often eloquent,
a&d notwithstanding the frequest efforts
made to disconcert and Intimidate him, he
won the applause and adm'ration of his friends,
Ajetnot tne taarxerfamr manner of Mr. Ste
phen!' speech, we have do objections to urce,
bat are frank to admit tbat it was the best, or
at least mest effietive KBow-Nothing harangue
we have heard duller the canvass. He did
not attempt fairly and squarely to meet the po
sitions of Mr. Avert, bat dwelt almost entire
ly upon other issues, and indulged mainly in
anecdotes. But while we award this much to
Mr. Stephens, we can say but little for those
wSo were there as his islitical friends. They
seem to hare come out determined to carry
every thing by furor and bluster, which was
carried to Mich an exteBt as to disgust miny of
Mr. Stephens' own friends. While speaking,
he had himself often to call them to silence,
and others, to escape the hideousness of their
yeHs, left the house. Such conduct, if it had
&By tendency to elate and inspire the Know
Nothings, It also had the further tendency of
increasing the ardor and resolute determination
of the Democrats, who will not be idle until
another glorious victory shall crown their la
bora. They ate familiar with such demonstra
trass and know what they are worth.
DOUGLASS AST) HATTOH.
The A'cir intimates that Mr. A. H. Docg
ulss does not prefer Hatton for the vacant
Senatorship, but that in one of his speeches
"he referred to Bos Hatton as the man who
would dignify the station, because he was at
the time gallantly bearing the standard of bis
party through the State." What then did Mr.
Douglass refer to " Bob Hattok " for in this
connection, If he was cot his choice for the
Senatorship? A correspondent of the Eagle
and Enquirer announced that Mr. Douglas
had announced Bell and Hattox as his choice
for the Senatorship. Why did not Mr. Doug
lass, or the Aftct contradict the report of the
EagWe correspondent? Was it because the
matter, was not commented on In the same as
pect of our article by that correspondent, but
because Mr. Douclass was spoken of in terms
of fulsome adulation?
After all, tht matter is not at all serious, as
neither Hattox nor Bell stand any chance of
" can party knew more than any body else In the
5 w!s!cn ;U?tti.nS,!-5'Eil5ih-eir ,dy-
By accident we got noia 01 uia pnm.cu uu
of the gentleman whose name heads this note,
and we must confess that we were not a little
surprised, and astonished that one of his exten
ded information, should be guilty of such grose
Ignorance as wasadranced by him In his speech
delivered at Old Fellows' Hall. In speaking
of our government, s tht raoststable on earth,
he follows with this information to the cittxens
of Tennessee, which will, no doubt, astonish
and surprise them, as it has.done many, who,
because they could not help it, were born In the
country to which he refers.
He says, look to Great .Britain, lboou
with a population of twoanda-balt millions,
only polls 7,500 votes. Messrs. Editors, we do
not nretend to much information and knowl
edge, but we io know that London has a voting
power of at least lSO.UWJ. urn me gentleman
who Is said to aspire to a seat in the United
States Senate, know that London is divided into
six or seven prednts, each of which has voters
varying from six to twenty thousand ? Is this
the man who wishes the dliiens or ienueae
wonld send him to the highest seat In our Re
presentative Halls? If so, we say, let hlra get
better Informed and atcre his mind with other
things, thsn fallaces about the representative
rovernraent of Great Britain. We are no apolo
gist of that government ; we left it, after ma
in deliberation, and are now one of the hum
blest citizens of this glorious confederacy still,
t5EE'fPe3!TI05 02 QOT. JONEV
We cire below an extract from the speech
of Got. Joses, delivered in the Senate on tbe
axe forcible and. junanawerahle, and ought to
carry conviction to every impartial mind :
"I have anolhir reason."toh"y Iio golrf -to
vote Ibis Democratic ticket ; and it is a bard
thing for me to sy. I regard lbs present
Democratic party as tfforr.log the only and
Iast.hope of cecurlty.to the South. Gentle
men may ssy,'tbls is sectional.' Be it so;
I do not care whether you call it sectional or
not It is a fact, and 1 mean to establish it
from the records. I say tbat, in my judgment,
the Democratic party affords Ibe best, if not
last, hope of safety and security to the South.
Why do I sty so? We have hsd a Demo
cratic party, and we have had a Whirr party.
We have had contest after contest- What has
become of the Whig party of the North? The
northern wing of the Whig party has gone off
where? They have become Inoroughly abo
litioniied. And the American party, ricisg
upon the ruins of the Whig party, did it upon
the bops and assurance, as I believe, that they
would be able to establish a national party.
Thsv did establish a national party ; and bow
long did It last ? t listed until they bad tbe
first national convention, when they "broke
asunder the North going to itself, and the
South standing by itself, with a few exceptions
in the North. I maintain there is but one
party 'hat is national, and that is maintaining
the rights of the South. I do not pretend to
say that the South Americans are not as con
servative, national, and true to tbe constitu
tional rights of the South as any party I
know they are ; but I know, at Ibe same time,
they have no such support at the North as to
give them power to carry out their purposes.
Then where are we to look?
" I ask you to go to the record, and begin as
fr back as 1S45, and let us see hew It stands
In 1S45 Florida proposed to be admitted into
the Union as a slave Slate. How stood the
when we see unncinles advanced calculated to . th . oue.Uon? i the House, North
injure those who have sought the shores of this j ern Democrats voted yeas 58, nays 4 ; all
. ... i.. ... . of fc.r 1nri. nfhun from the North, navs 37. In the Sen-
vri3t rnanuc. uiMitr iuc l-t - -.
rreat republic, under the guaranty of ber glori.
ous Constitution, falsly, we eannet resist the
temptation to call them in qaestios. We shall
examine this famous speech farther and cull
another, if not more, flowers from It.
X SEVXK TKA.RH RESIDENT IN AMERICA.
Got. Jones at XaOrssge.
Messes. Editors : The Democracy of Fay
ette county having a day or two since ierited
the Hob. James C. Jones to partake with them
of a public barbecue, and address the people
spon the important political quetis of the
day, an audience of between two and three
thoBsand of the men of Fayette were ea the
ground, as well as several hundred ladies, tbe
hirest and most bewitchiBC that ever sun
ate, Northern Democrats 12 yeas, nays none ;
all other Northern men yeas none, nays 9.
Therefore Floridi would not have been ad
mitted, but for the votes of the Northern
- Again : When Texas sought to be annexed,
how stood tht vote? I was opposed to the
acquisition of Texas, and therefore I make
everv allowance. I oppised it upon the grounds
of opposition to all territorial aggrandizement;
but when the question came here, how did
the vote stand? Northern Democrats in the
House veas 37. navs 3; all others from the
North yeas none, nays 46. Then It got not a
single Northern vote except Democratic ones.
Now I ask Soutbem gentlemen if that is cot
significant ? If that does not teach same
thing? If it does not point to something?
Here is a Southern State asking for admission.
We are not s'rong enough to admit her, and
we have to look to the North for her admis
eian. Who comes to our assistance 1 North-
and Northern Damocrats
shone upon. It is xay purpose merely to give
roa a hurried sketch of how the day passed ern Democrats,
off. Tbe affair was consummated within the 1 a the fu mre gl,ve Uw ni
precincts of a ptace they call " Greenblgn," j paj, bow did the vote stand 7 Northern
which, I am told, is not unknown to fame in ) Democrats yeas 23, nays 14; all others from
.j .!-. t -.f i. d, i the North veas 3, navs 62. Then the fugl-
iiiraruiiM. iuu trt uilu a tiua i . .
beautiful place having an air
and svlvan freshness with which
hut be enamored. i Democratic party, aBd I believe they
av, is oulte a the Aorta yeas j, nays o- men tue iugi
, ..-I-.!, tive slave law never could have been psssed
or secMston, but bj. Kortherll Democratic tes. It only
h I cold not j received three Northern votes outside of the
EVERY OSZ TO HIS TASTZ.
Night before last, during the discussion at
Old Fellows' Hall, Mr. Avest read the follow
ing extract from Mr. Stephexs' Willow Banks
" I have surveyed the field, and even if Fill
moke should be beat a thousand times over and
over, I could not so humiliate myself as to vote
for any Democrat, much less such a hoary hyp
ocrite and juggler as Buchaxax."
Singularly enough, this sentiment was up
roariously applauded by the Know-Nothlngs,
who greeted it with shonts, screams and yells,
for at least one minute. These were the same
Individuals who are disgasted with Gov. Joirx
sox's denunciations of Know-NothiBgism. The
demonstration seemed to have been planned in
advance, and whatever object it may have been
i&tesded to accomplish, we are well satisfied
that Kaow-Nothisgism made nothing by it.
Mr. SrtrHESs and his supporters here, who
profess to believe Mr. Buchaxax to be a
".hypocrite and juggler," wiH yet learn that it
woatd have been wise to have kept their opin
ion to themselves, and we shall hereafter ex
pect to hear from them no mere dtsBnciations
o! "Axdt Jonxsex."
When I tell you fiat Gov. Jones surpassed
Himself to-day, delivering tbe greatest pepalsr
speech of his life, I by no means exaggerate, I
never saw bim so fully and thoroughly aroused
aever so eloquent and impassioned never so
convincing In argument, so withering and
crushing when repelling the foul calumnies of
Wl-Igs, and therefore it never could have beer
nassed bat for the Democratic rartr.
" But I come down to la'er times, when tbe
Kansas-Nebraska bill was here. Gentlemen
say that was not a Northern and Southern
question. I will not pretend to argue that
All that I know is what I find on tbe record
How did the vote stand? Northern Demo
crats in the House yeas i nays 33 ; all other
hi. petty and contemptible enemies. His bear- j rDhT 1,
Ing to-day was gallant, lony, cmvairoas b. t j rf JB a sern measure, did not
53 The Enow-Nothisgs flatter themselves
that. because they made more Boise and were
girfHy of more discourtesy than the Democrats
ofsht before last, Mr. Stemien-s gained a tri
umph over Mr. Avert. The Democrats have
never contested wMh them on these points, and
Live always been willing to let tbe Know
Nothlngs have their own fun in their own way,
Ufert an election. They havt theirs after
wards. 3?" If Mr. Stephexs boM accidentally
get enoHgh votes to take him to Congress, he
wiH fin 1 biinself in rather an awkward dilem
ma. The first vote he will be caHed upon to
cast will be' for either aDemocrat or Black Re-
peWiean for Speaker. He has said in his
Willow Banks letter that he could not so "hu
miliate himself as to vote for aay Democrat."
He will then have either to dodge or vote for a
Black Republican. Which will he do ?
2?" We desire to Inquire of the Nhci
whether it Intends to iasinsate that Gen. Hak
jus adopted the mode it describes in yesterday's
ptper, to induce Hattox to sign a card mutu
ally withdrawing the remaining appointments.
Whether it has any foundation for such an In
sinuation, and, if so, to state what is that
foundation. We desire the Ktxri to answer
A CHASUcrxe) Couxtst. A Urge portion of
th: swamps of Florida are said to be capable
of producing 50C- bushels of frogs to the acre,
with alligators enough tor fencing. An emi
grant wandering there in search of neighbors
would soon meet a ttlUrr.
Tusxish Suspicious. The TurEs are said
to look with suspicion on American efforts to
contract for building railroads in their country,
while we are at the same time buying their
camels to breed in our country. They say that
we want to get rid of our railroads and adopt
their a Improvement."
Ax IstrEovEKEXT. In many of the first
class bouses recently creled io England fire
place shutters are provided, which, when nrt.
ly drawn down act as powerful blowers, one
when wholly drawn do?rn, so as to touch the
hearthstone, entirely doss up the fire-place,
and Instantly extinguish lie combustioa of the
fuel in the grate, or that of the soot in the
chimney, should it accidentally take fire.
BxruBLicxMiM Beccing. David Wilmot,
the "Republican" candidate for Governor in
Pennsylvania, is out in a most imploring letter
a. Ik. rVno-TL-.tM. 1 i- .v t
"-'""SH "-kjuh iui ujeir sup- t uoogut or J
port. He puts himself square" on the pro- j.v-i.-h ?.ht
Bdiptive platform. He is for having all offices "'"in MSnt
words, tones, looks, aud actions eloquent and
From the moment that he showed his tall
and manly person upon the stage till ht grace
fully .bowed himself off, he held his vast audi
ence spell bound, Inspiring them with great
enthusiasm, expressed by roars of laughter and
thuuders of applause.
I say that I have never before seen Governor
Jones so thoroughly aroused, nor come so fully
up to the work before bim. When he arose to
speak his look and uir seemed to say " my
soul 's In arms and eager for the fray 1" I took
no notes and cannot attempt even a synopsis of
his speech ; and indeed sueh-a speech so grand
and thrilling would baffle tbe attempt of. tbe
best reporter. He opened by stating tbat this
meeting, so large and respecUble, was flatter
ing to his feelings, that he did not seek it it
was not gotten up by him, he bad no hind in
it he had been invited by his fellow-citizens
to address them and give them his views upon
the leading questions of the day. He said that
he was no stranger here be saw in the crowd
around him many countenances that were fa
miliar to him faces some of whom have
strangely departed from the paths they used to
After a most fervid and impassioned exor
dium the gallant Senator referred to some of
tbe miserable and contemptible, and petty
slanders and falsehoods that have lately come
quite in vogue with certain little picayune
Know-Nothing newspapers, asd stump speak
ers of the same stripe, and even among aany
private citizens who muster with " San " and
read Know-Nothing newspapers. At this part
of his speech he drew out a little hand-bill
headed, " No and Then Gov. Jones and
Democracy Who has changed" &e., having
in one column the advertisemest cf this Bar
becue to Gov. Jones, and parallel with it an
extract from a speech made by the Governor
in 1S44, in which he had spoken wrotby of the
Democratic party. This miserable, puerile,
petti, and contemptible thing, gotten up at the
Eagle and Enquirer office a thing worthy
only of the source whence it emanated had
been sent up in large quantities and distributed
boys were sent around with their arms full,
thrusting them upon those who did not suspect
whaPvile.trick it was. And blind followers
of blgotted and swell-headed Know-Notbingism
about the sweet little Know-Nothing village of
LaGrange, and those who got up this hand-bill
I were doubtless chuckling in their sleeves, cal
1 culating that it would take Gov. Jones all
aback. But ob, how did they miscalculate !
And, oh, how the Governor did retort upon
them, literally fl lying them alive, causing
them to hang their hang-dog countenances in
shame, or sneak off like whipped curs.
The getteis up of this hand-bill no doubt sup-
posed that whilst it wonld arouse some preju
dice against Gov. Jones, yet that it would es
cape bis open denunciation the paltry and
contemptible nature of the thing saving it from
his public castigation. They mast have
known full well the unrivalled powers of Gov.
Jones at a repartee of this kind, asd with what
a keen blade he cut at his adversaries and as
sailants. At any rate they were made bitterly
to repent this and will long remember the se
vere and mortifying castigation administered
The Governor said that he was so aspirant
for office, as his enemies were busily charging,
with a view to stop him from sneaking. He
proceeded to- vindicate himself from charges
of this character in a manner that must have
carried conviction to every honest man that he
was guided only by motives the most lofty, dis
interested and patriotic.
His review of the parties of the country was
graphic and striking. He deemed it bis duty
to his country to act with the Democratic par
ty, because that was tht only national party
In the Union, which he clearly demonstrated
beyond the contradiction of even a sworn-in
Xnow-Nothiog. He said that he did not retract
anything he bad said in times past agabist the
Democratic party be had said hard things of
them, and they of him it was an open, bold,
hand-to-band fight and if the getters up of
the miserable band-bill containing an extract
from hii'speeeh of '44, would send to his bouse,
he would furnish then with a cart-load of even
worse things than they had paraded io tbat
hind-bill, Yet, said Gor. Jones, as meanly as
I thought of Democracy, then, I tote think a
meaner of Know-Notbinglsm.
receive a single Northern Whig vote in the
House or Kepreseniaures. now uia it siana
in the Senate? Northern Democrats yeas
14, nays 4. How many Northern Whigs voted
for it? Not one.
"Upon each and everyone of these measures
we have bad to rely upon tbe Northern Demo
crats to carry and to sustain them, and with
out them they would have been lost. I will
state another fact in regard to the Kansas bill.
If there had not been a Southern Senator in
the world If the last one of us had been en
gulfed before tbe vote was taken, tbe Northern
Democrats would have passed it over all
opposition. It received Northern Democratic
votes enough to pass it without the vote of a
single Southern Senator ; and not one Northern
Whig would stand by ns to vote for it. It may
be said there is nothing in that ; but Is it not a
strange coincidence, that in each of these
measures tbe Democrats sustained wbat are
supposed to be the rights and interests of the
South, and all others from the North voted
agatnBt them ? none except Democrats stand
inz with us, except three, on the fugttive'sjave
" Now, sir, when jou come to the election
of Mr. Speaker Banks, how does the record
stand? After ten weeks of toil and labor,
bow does it stand? lu the final vote Mr.
Banks received one hundred and three votes,
and Mr. Aiken oRe hundred. How many
Nortbera votes did Mr. Aiken get, and who
were they? Mr. Aiken did not receive a sin
gle Northern vote which was not a Democratic
vote. Where were tbe North Americans then,
who mean to do us justice wno mean to
stand by us in tbe preservation of our rights?
Did a single one of them vote for Mr. Aiken?
Not one. Every Northern vote for him was a
Democratic vote, and every other Northern vote
was cst against him. He received every
Southern vote, American and all, except one or
two ; but not one Northern vote except from
the Democratic party. How was it npdn the
iopefca convention bill in tbe other House a
few days ago? The very same thing substan
tially in regard to that. Now, I ask Southern
men and 1 wish my voice could reach to
ererv man in the South how do vou think.
with these facts before you, your rights are to
be preserved ? You te'l me I ought not to vote
for the Democratic pai ty. Where shall I flee
for safety and protection for myself, for my
hue, iur ray cuiraren, ani we graves or my
ancestors? Whom shall I trust at tbe Itorth?
Here and there Is a man whom you may trust ;
but what organized party there may you trust,
when tbe rights of the South are in danger?
ir mere were no outer question in tne wotld,
and there was that Isolated fact staring ise in
the face, I should fee bound now, as a man
consulting the interests of the country, to cast
tne vote wnica i nave suggested.
" There is another cons'deration. Are we
not bound by an obligation, as high, as solemn
as honor itself, to stand by those who have
succored us in our Hours or trial? What In
terest uave these gentlemen or the North to
stand by us? If they were but consulting the
prejudices, and passions, and fanaticism of
their people, they would go on with the great
uae, swimming, gionousiy ana quietly, yet
when the question comes here, they stand by
tbe Constitution ; tbey stand by Its compro
mises ; tbey stand by the country. For that
they receive anathemas at the North, and, be it
said to our shame, too often anathemas at the
South. To the South I would sav in solemn
condemnation, ' Go on in your work of ingrati
tude, it you choose to peril all; treat these
men with tbe ingratitude and injustice with
woicn you are treating Borne ot tnem; and
when tbe dark hour comes, you know that you
are in a hopeless minority, you know that that
minority is becoming weaker everyday) and
when another storm shall come, whom will you
.n i - i - i. . i
can upon to succor your iuu oamsu uiose
men who have stood by you ; you denounce
them as enemies to the country : you have
treated them with ingratitude and injustice ;
and when the hour of trial and danger comes,
where will you find your support where?
This rolemn warning comes upas an echo, and
answers, Where ? I appeal to this record : if
you una tnem not mere, yon win una mem not
at all. If vou find them not at all, what will
you do ? Men of the South, what can you do?
No allies at the North ; no support there ; no
succor mere, xaur veneranie men are taken
away from the pnblic councils, swallowed up
in fanaticism, and what will you do? You
have but one last refuge, and that is your
own ngat arm to defend yourself. Then the
end has come, and then all our cherished devo
tion to the Constitution and the Union will
avail us uo thine; we of tb South shall be left
to defend ourselve.1, our own firesides, oar own
household gods, oar wives, and our daughters
we snail oe leit single and aions to stem the
fearful tide. Fearful as Ibis may be, we will
stand by tnem and die by tnem."
rrwa ifae Kstiwal Isumcrocng
The Kansas difficult? continues to be (he op
probrium of American politician, and to deep-
seated would teem to .oe me disorder wmcu
afflicts Jbat unhappy Territory that all reme
dies have" apparently lost their sovereign effi
cacy ; for no sooner is tbe pestilent spirit of
clviLstrife stayed in one direction than it it ob
served to break out with renewed violence" In
another. We cannot but believe that Gov.
Walker has endeavored to execute his delicate
and difficult commission with the very best pos
sible' intentions, and has faithfully sought to
restore peace to this distracted Territory, by
neither oSensirely provoking the hostility of
wbat is called the " Free-State parly," nor yet
by compromising the official obligations of his
position as a representative of tbe Federal
Government, instructed to respect the validity
of the-Jaws enacted by tbe Territorial Legis
lature of Kansas. Tbct for his conciliatory
conduct he has encountered tbe fierce denun
ciation of many Southern journals and a por
tlon.of the Southern Democracy Is known to
every reader ; nor, when we consider the sec
tional hopes, aspirations and resentments
which have been roused and nourshed by tbe
Kansas question, should we be greatly surprised
by any such exhibitions of dissatisfaction and
disappointment. However unjust to tbe in
cumbent of tbe gubernatorial chair In Kansas,
it wes not unnatural tbat the judgments pro
nounced by tbe prejudiced critics of Gov.
Walker's course, whether those critics belong
ed to one section of the country or another,
should have partaken somewhat of acrimony
and ranit-tmding, according as euner party in
the progress of evmts was fmlnced toantiel
pate the confusion of its schemes and the fail
ure of Its hopes.
In the proclamation which we print to-day,
in another column, and which, as the reader
will observe, has been called form by a rreta
outbreak of disaffection in the Torritorv of
Kansas. Gov. Walker has given another proof
of that impartiality with which be thus far
seems to nave discharged me responsiDie out
most ungrateful functions of his office. Tbat
tbe people of the town of Liwrecce, in tbe
position they have now assumed and In the
steps tbey have taken, are occupying a most
indefensible attitude, as well towards the Gen
eral Government as towards the authority of
Gov. Walker, will, we are sure, be the judg
ment of every candid and unbiased mind ; for,
as Gov. W. truly states in his proclamation,
tbe movements originated by the people of Law
rence, If successful and generally Imitated,
could result in nothing less than the overthrow,
in detail, af the entire Territorial Government
established in Kansas by the authority of Con
gress. In view of tbe facts which attended its
formation and of Its rejection by Congress, tbe
Topeka Constitution can surely be deemed of no
validity or operative force in tbat Territory,
save as a revolutionary measure, prosecuted
under tbe guise of resistance to the " usurpa
tion" which is alleged as a sufficient justifica
tion for independent action on me part or me
people in Kansas.
A stubborn adnerence to the Topeka const!
tlon would be, it appears to us, of most doubt
ful policy, even if there were no other escape
from the toils of the alleged usurping Legisla
ture ; but tbat the " Free-State party" should
cling to this Ggment of a State constitution, at
a time when a pacific redress for all grievances
is placed within their reach, would stem to ar
gue on their part sometaing more akin to fac
tious opposition than lawful resistance to op
pression. But, in the case more particularly
to be deprecated by tbe proclamation of uov.
Walker, the spirit of insubordination in Kansas
bas found a still more defiant expression, and
an attempt is now" making by tbe people of the
town of Lawrence to create a local government
of their own, in contravention not only of tbe
Territorial Government established or Con
gress, but also of the " State Legislature" held
under me sanction or tueao-caued iopeua uon
stitution, which Legislature, it appears, ex
pressly refused to grant to the town of Law
rence an independent charter such as its people
have now assumed to create for themselves.
It roust be manifest to all tbat such self-erected
governments existing In Kansas would be in
compatible with tbe prevalence of unity and
harmony In the Territory, and could rot fail to
ne as perplexing in tueir influence as tney are
unjustifiable in their origin, resulting at they
necessarily would, and as in truth they are de
signed to do, in tbe piece-meal subversion of
tne territorial (jovernment established by
The Ecber Second Thought.
We copy the following letter from the Wash
ington tnt'on. Its tenor shows tbat the "sober
second thought of the people, which is never
wrong and always efficient," is exerting its
sway in Georgia:
Macon, Georgia. Julr 20, 1S57.
To theEHloref the Vnlen, Wethinglen:
it is true that tbe Democratic State Conven
tion which lately assembled at the capital of
Georgia resolved that the Inaugural address of
Gov. Walker was a gross departure in princi
ple from the doetriaes of non-intervention and
neutrality established by the Kansas bill, and
that the convention had full confidence that
Mr. Buchanan will manifest his fidelity to tbe
principles which carried him into office by re
calling Gov. Walker; but it is equally true
tbat If that same convention were now in ses
sion, with the present lights before them, tbat
resolution wodld not pass.
Gor. Walker's address had been before the
people but a short time ; its sentiments were
not properly understood. There were several
prominent candidates before tbe convention for
Governor, zealMtty urged and supported by
their friends, and when the Kansas question
came before themdhe friends of each candi
date did not asMiow far tbe friends of the
South ought to go, but wbat candidate is will
ing to go to the extreme. In this state of ex
citement and rivalry, if is not to be wondered
at tbat this third resolution does not meet tbe
approval of a majority sf t&e Democratic vo
ters of Georgia.
JSow that excitement or rivalry has subsided,
reason bas resumed Its sway in me minds of
the people sod if the State Convention were
to reassemble, a resolution would be adopted
expressing no eqnivoeal compliment to the
fidelity and patriotism of Mr. B.ichanan.
I am assured from whit I Lave hsard from
alt parts of tbe State that there is no abate
ment of confidence in the patriotism and honor
of Air. uuebanita sjBong me masses of tbe
people, and time will vindicate the truth of this
My word for it, that In no State of the Union
will Ifr. Buchanan be more heartily and sin
cerely auj,portpd than in Georgia tbe waitings
of extremists to th. contrary. The action of
the pro-'lavery party io Kansas has satisfied
tbe Democracy of Georgia lust tbe coLven
turn, in passiBg the third resolution, a;ted in
bot haste : or, to use a homely but expresiive
phrase, "tfcSjeJ before they were spurred." If
tbe pro-slavery party and tbe Democratic
party, and a majority of tbe people of Kansas,
endorse Gov. Walker, is it net unwarrantable
intervention for Georgia to demand his recall?
Who Mjrht the President to consult in the
choice of a Governor the law-abiding, peace
able citizens of tht Territory, whose homes
and lives are staked upon toe isjue, or the peo-1
pie of Georgia, removed from the scenes of j
danger, and but remotely and indirectly inter-
1 I 1 ; f , -III j
caicur .i pauoia, uoprejuoicea rainu win anu
can find but on answer to the question tbe
people of Kansas. It tbey are satisfied if
tuey ao not demand bis recul, put endorse ais
action and approve his course it it " ungra
cious " in Georgia to interfere and demanJ bis
recall. This I 'believe to be the sentiment of
the Democracy of Georgia.
Letter f rein the ProiId:ntortB"Dnlted States.
Washixotox, June 13, 1837.
Mr Dear 5ia: I have recelied your kind
noteot the 6th instant, with an invitation from
the Committee to be present or tbe 4tb July
next at tbe laying of the corner stone of the'
monument to tne memory or Henry uiay.
I can assure you I should esteem It a high
privilege to witness tbe Interesting ceremony
and deeply regret that the pressure of public
business renders this impossible. I knew Mr.
Clay well for many years before bis death', and
although we often differed on political ques
tions, I always admired h's lofty patriotism,
bis high and chivalrous character and bis com
mandiiig eloquence. He bat well deserved tbe
monument his fellow-citizens are about to erect
to bis memory; because bis life bas added lus
tre to his country. It bat strengtbeaeu. tbe
bonds of that Union which he so dearly loved
and fnrnlsbes a noble example as well as a
precious legacy to tbe future generations ot
Yours, very respectfully,
II. T. Duxcak, Esquire.
LSRER FKOK EX-FKESIDSXT FILUfORB.
BurrALo, N. Y., Jane 23, 1857.
Hox. H. T. Duxcax Sia: Your letter of
the 8th Inst, enclosing an Invitation from the
Committee to ba present In Lexington on the
4th of July at the deeply Interesting ceremony
of laying tbe corner stone of tbe National
CIy Monument, arrived here during my ab
sence, and this mutt be my apology for any ap
parent neglect in answering It.
I cannot be insensible to tbe honor you have
done me by this Invitation, and as a friend and
admirer of the deceased, nothing could be
more gratifying than to be permitted to unit
with bis neighbors and countrymen In laying
tbe foundation of tbat monument wbtcu is to
attest a nation' gratitude to one of its noblest
patriots and most gifted statesmen bat 1 're
gret to say mat my engagements are sncn mat
1 am reluctantly compelled to decline me invi
With many thanks for the honor of being
remembered on this most interesting occasion
by my friends in Kentucky and to yourself,
personally, for the very flattering manner in
which you have been pleased to communicate
tbelr request, and im sentiments ot me uign
I am, truly yours,
Correspondence at tbe Biltlaere Ssa
Washington, July 24. The state of parties
In the Country at this time is somewhat con
fused. The old Whig party of the Northern
States went over chiefly to tbe Republicans or
to tb Know-Nothings, and the remainder to
the Democrats, at the late Presidential elec
tion, in me soutn tbe wnigs fused witu me
Democrats or the Know-Notbings. There are
signs everywhere tbat the last named organi
zation cannot be maintained and will be aban
doned. The Know-Nothings of tne North are,
it appears, preparing to go over, almost in -3
mass to the Republicans. The Whig element
of the party revolts at this fusion, and will go
back to the Whig camp, where an Independent
few still keep their watch-fires.
The Republican party, brought together un
der political excitement, finds its bonds very
weak, and every future election will show a
dimunition of Its strength. Thousands ot tbem,
all who are reasoning and conservative men,
are well satisfied with the Kansas-Walker
policy and disapprove of the insubordinate and
factious spirit of tbe Topeka men. The ques
tion is, "where shall they go?" Events, part
ly local, partly national, must determine tbat.
Things now tend either to a re-organization of
theold national Whig party or to a fusion of all
conservative elements into tbe Democratic
The Republican party of New York have not
used their power with such wisdom and discre
tion as affords a promise of continued local
predominance, and no one will be surprised at
the next State election to witness a political
The calculations which have been made upon
the success of the Republicans in 1S60 are
without any solid basis, for the party, Instead
of growing, bas sbown aireauy signs or oeca
The August and fall elections for Congress,
in several Southern States, are looked to with
some interest, as indications of the fate of
Amerieaulsm in that quarter. There Is scarce
ly a doubt that tbe Democratic party will have
tbe organization of the House of Representa
In the next Congress, neither North-Americanism
nor South-Americanism will make
much show ; but it appears probable that a
new party a Central-American party may
disclose itself a party which may advocate a
more decided and rigorous policy in regard to
our relations with Central America than tbat
which tbe Administration may put forth.
Oxsipe A Substitute fob Gold. This
is the name of a new metal which has recently
made its appearance under a French patent,
granted in this countiy in March last. It re
sembles gold in many respects, and may be
used in a pure condition, or as a base for gold
plating. Its cost is about eighty cen'a per
pound, and yet Its appearance is such that it
would readily be taken for gold by moBt casual
observers. It is not a pure metal, but a com
pound of several metals, refined to sueh a de
gree that it does not easily oxidize or tarni li
These qualities make it a valuable acquisition
to the metallic arts. When tested with nitric
acid, ebullition lakej place, but no spot re
mains. This quality, though valuable for
utensils, makes it a dangerous metal frr dis
honest men. It can be used in counterfeiting
gold so readily, tbat it will be exceedingly
difficult to detect counterfeit from the true
coin. When placed side by side wi'h gold, it
requires close scrutiny to decide which is gold
and which oeride. In France a law bas al
ready been passed to prevent frauds, by com
pelling, under severe penalties for neglect, all
manufacturers of "oeride" to stamp the word
upon tbe articles produced.
A manufactory has recently been started in
Waterbury, Connecticut, capable of turning
out any quantity of tbe new metal. It is said
tbat a great deal of the late imported gold
chased ware Is nothing but oeride ! It has al
ready made Its appearance In counterfeit coin
A metal having so many of tbe characteristics
of gold will goon find its way to the habdijof
dishonest men. The puplic need to be on their
guard in the purchase of gold-chased ware
and gold dust. It Is an easy matter to trans
port a metal to California which costs bi.t
eighty cents per pound ; and It would be quite
as easy for a dishonest man to mix tbe cheap
material with the costly.
It is likely, however, that science, while
furnishing a combination of metals so useful,
will also furnish a detector against lis use as
a counterfeit, xvature is always true to itseir,
and the ability t; create so valuable aul yet
(when ai! ei dishonestly) ao dangerous an ar
ticle, argues the ability to produce that which
snail be a safeguard to tbe public against tb
dishonest purpose. Meanwhile, it is quite
likely tbat till the qualities of the metal are
better known, tbe publis will be most wofully
caeateu. notion traveler.
(t"It is easier to declaim against la thou-
tand sins in others than to mortify one in our
A Negro Appoisteb to Oftice. Gover
nor Bachford, of Wisconsin, f course a Black
Republican, on tbe 9ih inst-, issued a commis
sion, as notary public, to H. Nolan, a person of
nut-brown complexion and negro extraction.
who has resided in Madison, Wisconsin, many
years as barber, ice-cream alson keeper, and
leader of a cotillon band. He also invented
tht "capltaluvlum" and "trlcopherous," two
varieties of " dog waters " in general use and
circulation for tin hair. Tbe commission is
issued with all the proper formalities, and the
bond required by law is signed by Wo. 1L No
lan and bv Wxn. It. Jarvix Am hnndamftn- Ttn
tba Secretary of State, Col. Jones, refuses to I
li.e me bond, aud on It has put me following
endorsements "This appointment is in viola
tion of the Constitution, uni therefore void."
held by "Americans," in other words he wants
"Americans to rule America ;' he thinks that
German and Irish mechanics ought not to be
allowed to compete with native born mechan
ics. Negroes born on the soil are natives, and
according to his doctrine should be preferred
before tbe " pauper laborers of Europe." To
this has Republicanism sunk. Let tbe Ger
mans and Inah cf the northwest remember this
when they are asked to Tote a Republican
ticket. Chicago limit.
Kansas Matters. ihe New York Tri
bune attempts to raise a bowl over the news
from Kansas in relation to tbe steps taken by
Gorerner Walker to put down an incipient re
bellion against the laws. We publish else
where such Intelligence as has come to hand on
the subject. Doubtless the Tribune and iti co
workers in agitation, whose chances of polili
cal success depend on continuing tbe distur
bances in Kansas, would rejoice to get up an
other war sueh a rent the Territory and dis-'
traded the public mind last summer. But they !
will now fall in any such attempt Governor
Walker will promptly repress this outbreak,
and restore and preserve peace Of course no
sasemin expects the Administration to do
otherwise than to cause the laws to be en
forced, and to overcome any violent resistance
which may be opposed to them. Parties who
choose to raise the standard of rebellion will
command little sympathy, in or out pf the ,
Territory, among men of practical wisdom and
common sense. Mr. Buchanan and Governor
"Walker are doing all In their power to extend
He then proceeded to excoriate that party, or
rather, faction, in a flow of sarcasm and
j severity the equal of which I have never beard
oa the face of the earth. Bat toy lime will
not permit of a more extended reference to
this noble, manly, and powerful oration.
After Gov. Jones, that venerable-looking
and valient old war-horse of Democracy,
Governor Matthews, addressed the crowd for
one hour, in one of his happiest, most cogent
speeches, keeping the crowd alternately con
vulsed with laughter, or raised to the highest
pitch of enlhisiasm. After tbe dinner was,
dispatchedithe crowd returned" Jo' the stand, '
and were very4ahiy addressed by GenGoodall,
ot Fiyette, and thus terminated this tmly glo- f
rious day's work. Especial praise Is due the ,
military band from Memphis, which through
out the ntT nerfomerf tnAat aitmtraMv i A
spiritedly. There were raEr thf,. !,., the poor aBd needy.
For tht ifemphU Appeal.
.Messrs. editors: a few days since on
looking over the columns of the Eagle and En.
quirer, my attention was called to a paragraph
headed" Hard Times," which seemed tome an
unjust attack upon one of our most liberal, en
terprising and charitable citizens, Captain J.
In order to vindicate a principle of right acd
justice, which all good citizens should ever do,
be, as the last resort, brought forward his very
accomplished and interesting nitce. For what?
to disprove an account ne considered erro
neous and unjust. Anything wrong in this,
when the was the only witness by whom be
could prove the correctness of the position he
Our best citizens,
(Cw A young lady, possessed of beautr. ac
complishments, arid having $45,000 in bardjeash
in deposit at St. Ljuir, started recently on a
trip to New York, In company with her aunt.
?ha took passage on the steamer Tennetiee
BtUe from Keokuk to Cincinnati. On tbe same
boat was a ysung man who bad plenty of every-'
ming out money j ce oaa importuned ber at
home, and kept up bis ardent courtship on
board tbe boat. Ihe lady, however, was hard
hearted and refused to bim the least hope. The
boat stopped awhile at Carrolton, Kentucky,
ami uic lauy nnu-urr cum conciu' ea io (age a i
stroll on shore ; as sue was going down the
gangway-plank, it tilted, acd tut Jady fell Into
the water ; she was drawn by the current uoder
the wbarfbeat: the suitor jumped In, went un
der the boat after her, succeeded In catching !
her, anddinally rescued ber. In two hours she
was p ri'cti y restored, ami ssndin: for ber de
liverer, and a clergyman being cn board, they
were marnea rormwiia.
A Romantic Marriage. Married, in this
no-doubt, ft "their ownhj1?.7"" J,u'72J8t, by Rev. Alexander
minds, have ld that.Capt. L.-dldnjbt; and I ra.nlrh Mr. ah t.i. rV.i. mt..
, . . .. , i y -.. -- j "" ,v tuiio
lh.tr nirth,f lrnfw nnm tn v Inn ,H.h I. n.. I i ti. n.t.x i ... '
......... - - - - wguoijHutiic i-cmj;icH, laic vi acouanu.
as is flsed byrtbe-iedltor or proprietor, in the
above mentioned article.
On'frequent occasions has Mr. L. shown his
liberality, even io our own city, in relieving the
pooffrom hunger and the pelting storms of a
winter's bight. Seme two or three winters
since, when our streets were almost blockaded
-with ice and sleet, I received a note from Capt.
Lenow, which was accompanied by twenty-
fire dollars, requesting me to distribute it to
His energy to assist, and
There Is a bit of romance, sad enough in its
character, connected with this announcement,
which the parties will forgive cs for relating.
Six young Scotchmen of this citr. worLhv nn
all, who had left thsir plighted faith and lassies
! behind tbem when tbey so igbt contentment and
fortune on our shores, united for the purpose of
sending for those to whom their troth was I at
Ark., asd the Bed Biver Country ef
A very i&UIlgent and pleasant writer.
correspondent ot the Eell;vlHe (111.) Tribune,
is traveling in Texas, and be 'ecmmunleates
much information tn regard to tbe country be
traverses. From his latest letter, we take the
"Southwe;t from Washington (Ark.) six
teen miles we came to Fulton, on lite Red river.
Fulton, likt Cairo, Iookt well on paper, but is
reality is a wretched place, consisting of two
warehouses, a blacksmith shop and grocery.
Rtd rirar at this point is about a hundred and
fifty yards wida, at a redisbbrown color, with
sandy bottom and banks. Jf it were not for
'the raft,' Red rirer would be navigabls at all
seasons as far as Preston, in this State. ' Tbe
raft' Is truly a wonderful affair. This river,
like tbe Mississippi, is lined with tbe most ex
uberant growths pf timber, and Is subject to
periodical overflows; conseouently, the banks
being loose sand, an immense quantity of tim
ber falls in annually, ana me greater pari or
it lodges at the raft, a place where tbe stream
widens out and is very shallow. There is no
telling how long ibis timber has been aceumu
latiughere, and no manner of calculating the
amount of it now In the raft, but you may
form tome idea of it when I tell you It is now
about a GUI; wide, and thirty-five miles long:
It impedes navigation almost entirely, mougo
at high water small boats do Mump' over it.
An Immense outlay of capital would cut the
raft out. but it would then require an enormous
sua annually to keep it cleared, and would al-
I - . T 1 . ., I .
ways oe aanarerpiis io ooais. a ramuau uum
Natchez to this r6int.f Boston') now being con
structed, will supersede tbe navagjtlan of Red
rirer, and obriate the necessity of expenditure
"The Efd river valley certainly cannot be
surpassed for toa production of cotton, len
bales (of 450 lbs. each) to the band, or two
bales to the acre, Is an ordinary crop, an in a
very favorable season It is impossible to pick
all tht co(tos tbat Is produced. In fact, there
is frequently inwa coton left in the field to be
plowed op in the spring than Js generally pro
duced on the np-lands. The cottop cf K?d
river has also finer and longer stsplt, and
tears a better price In market than tbat cf any
The land is of re4 trown coIor,and Is eqdal
ly fertile for other productions, corn and pota
toes especially, and the world cannpt surpass
it for yams and wattr melons.
Tht natural productions are most prolific and
luxuriant, f We Ejyael' bere grape
vines that vasll mat for large rails to tne
cut I And these grapes toe STf pf a superior
quality. The bunches are, frequedtly from fif
teen to eighteen inches in length, hanging on
the vines in the greatest profusion. Tbe stems
of the ouccjjes are of a bright red, about the
size cf a thlrty.-two pr sixteen bullet, and are,
Walker axd the People or Kansas. Tbe
fo'lowlng letter "appeared In the New Yoik
Herald ome days ago. It will be seen tbat
Gov. Walker has won hundreds to the cause
of popular sovereignty and just legislation by
his temperate but derided tone, and able; argu
ment! in nit ipeeen at rioia :
Correrpaodrcu of ike Kw Tori nriM
Gor. Walker has the people of Kansas, with
bim. At Piola tbe other day, at the land sales,
he adilresseda meeting pro-slavery, free State
and Abolition and was followed by an ultra
Garriton-Greelty man, who raked up all tbe
old difficulties, opened up old wounds, and pro- !
dueed a heated excitement. Gdr. Walker re- .
piled tn a calm, Impassioned address, In which,
under the excitement ot the moment, hi exhib
ited more than bis usual ability, leaving Mr.
Foster, tha Abolition speaker, literally not a
plank to stand upon. The result was that ot
a thousand men present, at Uait nine hundred
and fifty declared openly and in the most en
thusiastic manner that they would cordially
sustain Gov. Walksr. Wherever be goes be is
received with tbe greatest kindness, and the
Eeople on all sides arow a purpose to sustain
im and tbey will sustain bim.
I see it reported that be it tbe rtpreter.tatire
of a mere faction In the Territory. Never was
there a more direct misrepresentation. Oa tht
3J inst., at Lecompten, a Congressional Con
vention was held. It was composed of about
two-thirds pro-slarery ai.d one-third free State
Democrats. They nominated ex-Governor Ran
som, formerly of Michigan, for Congress. They
voted down forty-two to one a resolution
presented by a Mr. Je&Jcins, pledging tbe sup
port of tbe party to the Constitution, to be
adopted even If It tball not be submitted to tbe
people Tbey cordially endorsed Gor. Walk
er, and appointed a committee inviting bim to
address them, and received him and bis re
marks with the strongest demonstrations of ap
plause. You are wrong In placing Dr. String
fellow and others In opposition to the Territo
rial government. They are cordially with Gor.
Walker, ami everywhere sustain him, and so
does Col. Doniphan.
A SIKGULAE PHEHOMEKOH".
To He Editor of tit Sunday Courier.
W. Q. Phillips, of Covington, discloses a
singular skin complaint, which be suffered fer
years, presenting a curious appearance, caus
ing him great pain and annoyance. Although
there Is bo mention made of this disease In the
raedleal books, and very few cases reported
by the faculty, we belire it to be quits com
mon ; and as tbe case Itself is one of interest
to the medical world, we item it proper to
publish tbe letter " verbatim et literatim el
Covixotox, Kt., January 4, 1857.
Messrs. Radwat ti Co. : Many years since
I was attacked by a disease which attacked
tbe root ot each hair on my person throughout
the hair and then filled up the cavity occupied
by the root of the hair with a fluid, which soon
hardened, and when this was pressed from the
cavity with the nalllt presented the appear
anee of a white worm from one-fourth to three
fourths of an inch in length.
The disease was extremely annoying. I em
ployed a great number of physicians in hopes
of being cured; spent much time at an bos
pital, visited various watering places, and have
taken a little river of medicines, including
Kennedy's Medical Discovery, Carter's Span
ish Mixture, tc, tc, but though often relieved
I could never get cured.
At the approach of the present winter I com
menced taking your ResolveBt, aBd for the first
time I have found a medicine that diminished
the disease during winter, and 1 am so much
improved that I feel satisfied that a few months
wnl effect a cuie.
Bat I have spent nearly all the mosey I have
ever owned, ail lest years ef Ibe best period
of my life in endeavoring to effect a cure, and
my object tn writing to yon is to learn If you
cannot pat me up a gallon er two in such a
form that I can get it here at very much less
than it cos's ate to do it by tbe dozen, which I
do at $7 50. Could it not be pat up In a large
jug, and sent by express, or to your agent bere,
so tliat I can save a little of my hard earn
Will you give me anyihlBg for several dozen
of your bottles 7 I baakfally yours,
W. Q. PHILLIPS.
Answer to a letter of W. Q. Phillips, Cov
The disease described here, as we understand
it, is a pustular affection, attacking tbe hair
bulbs on tbe person, not on the bead, by which
tbe hair is destroyed. This disease partakes
of tbe nature ot perrtgo or tinea ef the head
on tbe one hand, and arse on the other, attack
ing as it does the trunk ef the body. It is
dissase, chronic in Its character, and obstinate
ia resitting treatment. With these cases Bad'
way's Rebovatlng Resolvent is pre-eminently
successful, and when the per patient, after
having tried numberless remedies, and often
the most experienced physicians in vain, comes
at last, as is too frequently the case, broken
down in health and fortune, to the trial ef this
remedy, be finds that which is more valuable
than stiver ani gold. He finds a remedy that,
tj bis astonishment, as soon as he begins to
take it, commences its work of renovation he
eats better, feels better, sleeps better, and en
joys the pleasure of seeing a disease fade
away tbat bas affected bits fer years, perhaps
frjm birth. Such, reader, is Radway's Reno
vatitg Resolvent the curer of iscarable dis
To particularize each variety of skin diseases
that the Renovating Resolvent will so effectu
ally and rapidly cure would fill this newspaper,
We will, therefore, content ourselves by stating
tbat there is no skin disease, however terrible
it may appear, but that tbe Renovating Resol
vent will care Ulcers, Fever Sores, Tumors,
Nodes, Swelling!!, Bad Legs, Sore Eyes, Sore
Heads, will quickly yield to tbe purifying.
healing and cleansing ii.flaence of Radway's
.Reeovsting Resolvent. Tbe Ready Relief is so
-well efctabttsbed tbat it needs no encomiums
the moment tbat It is take or applied to the
part of Kie body afflicted with pains, the sys
tem enjoys the ease and comfort. It matters
not 'what the came of the pain may be, an ap
plteajten relieves the tortured body Instantly
tbe same may be said In regard to Radway's
Regulators if tbe organs of the system become
deranged tbe Liver, Hea:t, Stomach or Bowels
disordered, and irregular in their actions, a
dose of the Regulators will regulate these dis
ordered organs, and health again will course
through the body.
Radway's Regulators possess a wonderful
advantage over all Pills ; one or two is suffi.
cient to operate or purge freely, and instead of
irritating the bowels, causing a painful opera
tion, tbey move tbe bowels, in a natural man
ner, imparting strength to the whole organiza
tion. Let a lean, sickly, weak nan, take cne
Of two of Radway's Regulators each night, be
would soon become strong, vigorous, healthy,
and in a good condition. No Calcmel In Rad
A Slat ta Ttmales vrh? Xtidt In Xtallroad Cart.
A correspondent of the Ciaelcoxti Commer
cial is to be credited vSih the following season
A vnHmn .n'.r.rt ihn laHI rar' nnon i TXTS kT Urstoiderf for WheJ, asd are prepared to
V iL 7 . j 5 .i. . P I W inrwqtUtrotbao llo. ui n-d!e,
one of the Eastern roads, and at the day was ' tBd win mii tor w ned a cmiotwr it a tt
Wlieat S Wheat
Mlftr snnrnnrlti4 an ntfrn aAt (n the viein-
lty of the store. Passengers crowded In at
every station, and soon every seat was takes
except the one occupied by himself. Presently
two ladles (so ibey appeared) entered tee ear,
and as no one seemed inclined to (T;r a vacan
cy, at bis own discomfort, our friend, whose
gallantry is proverbial, gathered aphis sbawl, ,
portmanteau and himself, arose, motioned the '
ladies forward, assisted them into tbe seat, ;
acd took a standing position not far distant.'
not so mueb as a smile or bow recognized tbe ,
kindness it was evidently coasidered a mark .
of respect due to female dignity a privilege ;
wnica any gentleman migut ne proud to ac- '
"Coolly dose." remarked an individual
juxtaposition to onr friend.
atttiuMe pruts or wilt bnr. at thntetTtM, deia
200,000 to 300,000 bushels,
FsriMe ta CSrt deltTerj, IT deliviicd H la tbe
pretest and next msslb.
W an ak prepared ta firsKb ear Cottoa PI ml ICS
frlecdj vriUl aoj acaos&i or
Bagging and Rope, '
lacii( H tlaa Tarteoj rj'lf U M" Hand made.
nti.la Er. asd Mo. Xafjttt, iiad MacMnt tad
Baa I-raade Sape
Bacoa.saur, ios, ricor. Bail, a&a ptanuiiaa asp-
Jf. HOWARD,. CO.
li O 8 T .
AKOTK drawn By Ja L. Saaarraas A. Co . dated
JalT 13, MraMolztydaraarter dal la orda or
. . .... i u . . ir D..iid
n H woao aoo wwfiw vj u. j
I Wm H. Carrait, far $S3, pajaola at Branch runtera'
" Decidedly," was tbe laughing reply, " but n abort MU u lt on Salsroav treatsr, between
I'll give tbem a lesson by and by, a ad one they'll , tb Sanctis aad Ft.araaa. ab pea an wareoi net
b, likely to remember." t. t (.rtb.aTt.. wx. II. OAbsoll.
Desirable Farm for Sale.
I OSFSK OR StLX t.tr kaaw d acd t - r
acre or Last, kn mltn 9fc.rtkwet if Oreca
M'..witktn sair aanleof ife Ml unippl -''
Tesreue Rjtimad, lane aoo of wokU j
ntwlalafUMl luraMa. U. oo-Mt t
Oeer.eer'a b-ow Metro quarter asd ter boildinKS oaa
aay roaaaoa a farm. oi w U waaer aud atuctva-rr
Teresa rasda T- A rpiy ta asaeingnr t at
Grenada, Taltoea.bi cosaty, Jtiaa , i Co! 8. Talbe-1
JJ-I JOUJi 7. TIL 88 KT
1 n FOtm-HORss ws ;
Jt U Iff 91 bane '
19 Tw bom "
M Wheel Banswa;
aow.rRD h. co
SIXTEIK HOW WtSM taisi Oats toe .ax br
JrlS-oawlm V BOW ABD X c
THBtK Cam, WaibbsimA. C ' Cuts Sia, i
3Ac. Ber fair, tar tat ty
Jj3C-lawlV W. KOWABD k CO
nirrr eHti side bom
O Me Wb-aBf tor rota by
W. MWAftD h. i
Why, thee won't eay anything, surely 1 "
n Indeed I will '.he onDortunltv is too good I XioenoXrvx
to btlosV' and s.mewhat annoyed, it mutt be jvejjg an(j yjlte HyCr Packet,
.... -j . . .... ....
man oy me rudeness or us ungracious occu
pants, he walked away to the window and oc
cupied bis vision with the tbings without.
Another station another stop the ladles rose
tu depart. Tbey bad nearly reached the door
when a clear, manly voice called out" Ladies."
There was a general bush, while every eye was
t i fn .fl unnn ttit ...... a.i ntin n . a nr
lr,.i.r v MI,j tl, , , crn, let Are, KaatbafUUta Red rteer, W.t
" I i j 7m T "UP'f1 I Fetat and Sew, ..rry FRIDAT, at 8 iJocx F. on
scab uu.iu ujcijuc iiubi ir- ana a cannot
allow you to leave without expressing my seste
of tbe obligation, alio the hope tbat when next
jou enter & crowded car aBd a gentleman va
cates his seat for your accommodation, you
trill at least have tbe politeness to thank, bim."
A shout of applause awarded tbe speaker,
and the ladies (?) towering their contused facet,
retreated hastily, to digest, as best they might,
mis ssGaea oui mernea renuice.
ABXS& B1ISD, ITaitrr BUA1 Til O a All O X, dlk.
. till : eplendtd FASKXGEZ STKAVEK
VSKtraa tbareaeMv repairrai am roor
a.b 4 witftta tbe hut raw- weeii, ex.
pnuir roc im tv trade, baa now enured peraaaetH
ir fur lb raaoa. ad wdl leava aa atora for A bead en.
tba arrival of tba (A fa.
For (rafbt or pas apptr on bear4, er to
DA. VIS, W1U.IAM3 tfc 8J, Aten'i.
Ji3i-ta Ke. 1 Howard's Row.
ICnpc and Twine.
Tt'ST RZCin .D, per (Uasura Wta. DtaXaoa
609 eotft beat Haebto Sep t
99 etXM a4 fcilf-'ow. tUnd Bepa I
so patee asptnor Tiaa;
Ter ab l to tbo trade br
DOCGHISIT & ATB&STT.
JjSt Bant Aeesse.
Did every lady, especially every vonnt lady.
know there Is always in every carv omnibus,
Hteambeat, or other pubtie casreyJTStvwnot
vrlthstandlog the ordinary extols I ajjItcSof
Its occupant, a self.afpeUtel jury wafchi5! j4se7
ber actions and ready tovpdss setfetce thfTrjgf '
she would look well to her "feanRrs," and. In Keninoky Bassinc.
cultivating those indispensable outward tem-, TVS7 recelied, .cr imuhi tteuSsa. aid Ws. Wri-
blancea. af road will, ahs would uaeofiatioaalr I af
foster the germt of aa active and wide-spreading
benevolence. Unobtrusive words of kind
ness cost nottiing beyoni the effort of speak
ing, and many a weary pilgrimage bas been
brightened thereby. A simple " tbank you,"
coined in the heart and rung upon the lips with
the genuiBe tead ef tbe "true melal,"is a
mere efficient weapon than the sword ot the
I T1 per B.l(t. ao, balra (leave leoSa Bac-
swBiuarr &. atdlstt,
ISO ptecM Globe 2SJt6i
197 peaces nam,
360 pieeea bet Band-Ina.
For aale low to ibe Ua4e, by
d bu d s&nv aA r o lstt.
A new museum is abort being started
in tbe raeoa. Tbe highest price is 4ered for all
real curiosities net shaea ones ta stock K
with. Cash paM for the feDswing, er orders
on the Wild Cat Bank, wbiefc is jst as geed,
Nails from the claws of a h aimer.
A bird's eye view frees tbe tap ef the aMm-
A receipt of the dews et eve.
A leg of a toad-steel.
A pig from tbe pea that was mightier than
A map ot the State et 3Iitriraeny.
Knots from tbe Beard of Foreign Missies.
A bill drawn on the Banks at tbe Shannon.
And tbe rauamv of the honest man tbat
Diogenes west in search of.
when ripe, deeply black, uut covered over with
a bluish coat wbien easily runs cii. iney
make excellent wine, but an old Frenchman
here telli me that they will not do for raisins,
at the akin or hull n too thick. That they
pledged. They were to, and dM come out to, j tould be greatly improved by culiivatjon I am
geiuer. ror uiuiuai protection and society, well satiated, and It possible l will lane bone
X GENTLEXAX and LADT wtah to obtain ptraaeesl
Boa'd ia a reapectable fasoflj reioilaf la a pteaeaat part
oi-fcarttx. Bettor referescat tiers. Aacir at tbls office.
Rubbed brttklF leto Ibe ancles and gt sda o( tbe tbroat
aul ebeat. baa an aMaaiabie; effect IB en scot 'If, ulti
ma, asd a3 diieateo isat affect reitoratloa. Hearteeej
bj7 thss be cared Is a tew boars. To carr gjaaaai. taaWc
peatrri, asd vscaltetr, It la, oa tbia acnuaal, tmleUie.
SoM at tbe raaatfajlor, Ko. 80 Mattes Lane, Xew
fork, aad br an dniKlaii, at Sfic, ta.t aad 1 1 per pot
J1 Ba Arena.
THE next Beetles of IMi soorteMai; IsMHultea of
IVaratat wsB beopesed aa too FI&3T XOXBUT OT
Ror. GCIUiQ&B JOKES, FreeMeat aad Praieajor or
Sinai Ltfcree, Moral sd Iteetal Seteaee.
Rev JeHt.V A. RSfJBtXT. AX, ProreMor ot AaaVot
aad atedera Laetaag-a.
wy. TCFT8. A. jr.. Profauer at XiibeiaiUtt aad Ba
seaisa3oltsait. WX C JAKas, Tstor aad Frbwisal Preparatory Be-
Wanted Co Ittre,
,, SIX FlKST-RATE NBSBuRj We too oa.u :
Vj tbe rear.
rA tbe bitbeet wacee win e siesa.
-AS. trig ai ptryAA Aiawo & co
Board of Tbitors of. tbe fify Sckeel.
AT a regaiar aae-tlac bebfjary rata, SstR, too toikiw.
la( Staarttax Ci aaai'tteo- wee aatwifctn
1. Tt otoe aasweiraae tea aad la zoailee ill ap
pttOB I f f toe portion at wrbro tots- CII, Sc",o.
X v SMiMf, m w. ioi s -oils, w J Tact, aad
Dr. 6e K Graal Pi, ,10V at r tso -aard
1. To eoa i-to, el Boebo to tor at o la tbe ' Mr
Sduoi-B r.BWataP Soar.
a Ijaeooaoe aajtab e Ben, Boon tor ib ne r tbe
CUT Vaoora K F. Paiaowortb aad Sx W aeff r on.
4. OS Attiaeti r. saitae aad S v Jar? r on
tj. y rasi.-w.ir(T,,
Je9t-ai V-ee. iq y -e a n. iaf.
Boaid caa bo baA baofivaea faaailita, waero nra! and
relltteet MtMuaoea wat br beaat t wW.
Too Tiotteeatake seeaeare taatsaenasn Sse4e esee-ta
m MOattos too eoataeat terrieea ot Fred. HoaoeH. woo
T to at b-tatr reroameaded tor bit aeboanbtp aad
MtorarF abti BMBralf .
For BHltwj- terarraatloa aeatp tor cat Uei set, or to toe
Fataatf er Trot too
JITO.'W. ZL8KR. PKeleert-
A. q LETT. SecrrUr,. JiM-atw
THE LEADING OFFICE.
OX SAP STSUlt S
' 15 HADiSOH STREET,
f CMOS! BANK. MUirttta, TtJX
Two attiatna of Cry and Cossary
ash Bvsixva huh uknUtLalli, (
Js mpofeiijr Coolie-. C tb arbtwrpaiitatBrl fa, V
CaiMW mi the mu. ri i. CN' S
) ) TT-? ffiriMMITT Yuim.mDX T V
J OMaterB lBlpTOVrWalt til Tri tUttl iftsaMOt,
j extra lv rmr. afttfiil tvitnin. Mil v
J mrrr aciter Mrb rtuu.tc. tht iinipMsq V
rfrrt u (
XT KIT Dltser.IPTTON O I
! FBKM A CAR TO A Buutt. S
I lataaBeatatrloaf tke art at 1
j Tlie L8WEST CASH PRICES. V ;
'Designs for Store Bill, -y
Oftbere we bae ibe iarme earietrof SJaor
S aadKowoSBnttai, aad tbe brat naoaaaa;
1 to bo truait la tbe State, adoaexl to ooatr f
taaiam.aeltaawdlooeonr loaae. f
"l f too rrq . be rYlnti of oar ali,d. lot aba f
1 r toose or tan 11. we aarala yo wast
aMa .aeaaBaaaeeat. bettevuaa tboa eatjaoe I
tux noJjaim co iAjrr; 1
o. la Xojsa Stroet. Xesobla. Tessa. I
inKRE wW be linn ea SA7BBBAT, lit af Autos t,
on the It taddlpb Raod, one rase float f eroehls, is (rent
ot Dr. Tnamai' residence.
Tba Barbectw ta teUea sp by the Batebert of Xeapeia.
The ladies are reiateWsBy lsrMed to at end. Here wtt
alto t a Bran Dues. JJ3&-31
If our (iovcrnntcnt
Were at liberal andqeati: to reward .hrlreittxrce for tay
wonderful act perferaed, dtaooeery made, or lareatiaa
PTfected, aa are tbe soreraBMata ot Zsrope, we woaM
enry seen a man aa O. A. Leonard, of New Tork, lor
be woaM, no doabt, be i Mibered wHb boBort If be lleed
wbere' merit was rewarded Tbat artkte of net caHed tbe
South J nrrUan Feter and Agxe Rerudf, It on' of tbe
jcrtat.it renjedtea we over heard ot, aad, la each a fare
care. It It aarpttetat that the raedtcat f aealtr de sot
bar tbe reeet, and matt it tbe only ataadarl remedy
fer tbat dieeate. '
See bti adTerUiemeat hx aaotber port of UK paper.
TB B aa rKaed waald reeoeetfaUy taf na bti f rawoa
asdtbo pablc tbat, baTtec wntoraws- ftaa tbo
Baaniirk P". male OoOete, be wlu retract to bit base Is
Mmli.lppl, wbere be wan a;aM taao obara of tbe Col
!eg Kat tVeaalo Beaalairy.
Ttae aeMaUoa taa.wraty ofaoeest, betas esty iH
aawM treat Ibe M la.ie.tpot Oestrai Bauroad, aad S staVa
treat Rxford. tbeBtdatof aa IsaetUjest aad reBcaasa
easiotasiiy, eajoetoc tl.e prtettrce of refstar FmcBtas
A Teaober by profe'tlen, tbe ardert4ned hat taaea
pa)MlakeoypacawUbawbeotBM4ao4aaf teaeavax aad
sreraot' aooroeot ttxi-botln, &c.tadtraX tbat an oa
perleoee et rweaty yeara Is teaebtoK bat doae ntaahj b
leuare tbe aacoort of papas tbat Buy te coram tted to
r iu caarge.
Tbo J(aateBrpaHraBtwSREa nader tso aoperlnbad
I esc ot Mra Lrwla, wsoae asereaa IB teaoatat baa beta
i iaeb aa la r--rJre ao eiBtmesdoHaa.
I Arraag aerate bare been mtdo ta aresre pemaBesra to
I tbo Isttrts los, asd, tber by, a refoeer aad i,tematK
I Damn of tboeemta leerrMMon ibe pastle.
tbo eeiWtatt of tt Prttetpai la aaeeest to the Sestt.
aaiy aad u t Cbaeob, tb baBdrat baetaz bees erected
with apittal referoaoe to tbe aegaraeaada'fcmor boardret.
Buid. lioadtoK watstoe aad Orawaod, $et per meats.
Unkti, waea set farst bed by to. peeeA, SO e-ntj.
Ralea at laMwa wW raate from IO to (,, per sit
teas of fire aeubs
31 sate, $.'5 per fceeioB
Ceo of taetras eat fer praettee, $2.
laetseaiol fee. l.
Payaienl tt required for beard and tsM9ea, oBe-balf la
atFTbe fteettaa eoanneoret tst September.
ttai-diwtt A L prtwarat.
SHELBY MALE HIGH Sl'IlUOL,
NEAR GERMAOTOWN, TEN.V.
THE SEVK.VTH SESSI0K ef tbts Iattflwllen wtH
ceBUBesee on Sf OKDAf , Asfsat 31, lSeT.
Jj2l-daSw A X. BAFTSR, Frlactpal.
AX'KarspeindealreaU set ttaptts men4 is aosw pri
vate famMy or Seminary, to toaeb Ibe Freaeh aad Mattan
lansnasea; atto Geefiapby, and ptrttaay LaUa aad
Addret E. O, taretKh the Poet. OS., Ueraostt,
Bulltlinj and Loan A'soclatlon,
THK ttlrty-aeeratb latlaln at of tbe Bemibt. BaiM
lataod Loan Aa oelailea watbedaaenSAirBBAT
tbo lu dayot Aoru-t. 187. Payable a Ibe ostee of tar
rreaaorer, earner af Ma-tiaoa ttfrot and Bask. Avesee,
Tb Fsadt win b- 1'ised taste eteaiar. at 8 o'eteek, at
Bioalro notBto tSee, Court tqsare.
itae-at J B. cmDWtCC Seoretary.
' "Cossfatitim tlw Lift T frnt'
THE GREAT SOOTHERS'
ISo. fk. louvoc street,
AGkKTLKsAN of exrerteaee im Biwrtoraaal.BCa.
IIob-, (saneoth-r need arpe ) is woafM la take
ekarae of toe LaooVrdale Coaaiy F.taala lo.titate Ap-
ray at in aeeea at J . l. TAILUK,
leS It ! SI, la ir.t
HAT1XS eotaolubed tb- L 4 (iX.ST JOB rtWHH
BOCiX as tb aWaib, and prun-l all tb loaaat
toiarertd Prw-eea. aadescaaed b ereieia of tbe b at
rvawerlsrlaoasuy wear- prepand ta eaeoaw
ttili ef Pretties oa tbo rwaa t oad ba afjsa Kb
baetoneotK Ho- St Co ' aid eutd Strata Ja east Boot.
Preeaee, tb tnt aad only oar eeer broasbt ta rati atfyt
aad wits Mo fanltt ea for irtrt aa c jvreci aooa,- ww aos
eaabted I poa Carratar. Ban BVeaVs tlttabl Io. SOiaea
boat Bills fM""!'. Buoso, Paeaojateb aad aaVswaaaef
Eailroad aad Sterambotit Work,
NIA1BK, CUBAFBB A Nat FaBUX
Tbaa ail the okI.(abioaed Preasea i toe city eaaasssaV
Woalosbaeooaoof SUatan' lBasi(e4Cata) FsanaB,
watch Ucaaoooaot aeteuoK .,vua uidw par dsy ' tbs
Our Poster DeinrtwaHt
Io tbe nw coatpltt- of aoy ia tbe city
3HUW or THE ATBB FtMaac wo case a ae
We are saw revtrlac tbe hBat i
tt ek of Oards, Stationery aad Paper
try W ret art tbank. to oar nitrota far poet
aa boa by atiist atarctwa to ostnaatt to met
tsapoit asd pat'oaaee ra tbe fstaio.
jylt-ir w. it Nlrrmw ft. fX) , p
rear tssatat ta
THIRTY tbe.aa p.bsas tbeoidrrt tet teeetred aad
tar a.1. low, by
DAVIS, WitXIASfS k. CO .
Jv 3t No a R ware's Bow
Sorucrville .llodel School.
The next (Tenth) Settles et the Teeac Ladtea' Jfoael
School, at SoserrWe, Tees , wst tuataiiaoa os 31 OX-
DAT, the Tta of Septeaher aril, inder Ibe eoattaaed
tapervttlenof A. B. fiioan.
By order of the Biard et Trattoee.
HON. J. C. HC11PHBCT3, Prea't.
Kotris Dioxistoir, Sec'y. f -dawta
A "Word to the Afflicted.
TUB "SBRVOOS TONIO" ta now rryard.d hy alt
teteatiflr men to be l a pallor ta asy preparattoa ever be
fore presented to aasorrac asauaily, at by Ha eor eee
ratlsstDteeaee on the tytest. th ioi.plloallly to dtt-
eat tt reeaened. Aad ta taoeo preditpied to repeated
atuckt ot CAiota, iVrer and Ague, or ear kisd of FVrer,
this resudy asoakt, by all meaaj, bo seed. Asd ta Urate
rerMiazIa Bttataattc dMrl ta, where dateae-a of tbit
etaraetr are alwayt laerdent to tht oHeuto, tbey ahoald
acrer bo wtthent ft.
Grajid Fancy and Dress Ball,
BEATER DAM SPIT-1 AGS,
OaV TUESDAY, JOG. 11.
TTIB aftaarr of the BEAYBH DAM e,y
SPRIKOt, Ilkkman eoan'y. Term., mptct-
iauy aaneBneea mat uert vm be tires
tbete SprlMt. en TUBS DAT. Attsit 11th.
Fancy and Dress Ball,
to which a ceneral lnritatioa It extended to the eitlzcnt
of T noesaee Arkaeaat a d Jfittlralpal. Tbe foHowlns
teatiemen narv g-rii rrqaetten to terre at managers i
WM. THOMAS, J'DGB OARUTITKB5,
j hk Kmc, vk. p nAKuiir,
C. If, FACKLEB K at. THRGEK.
J. KKOX WALUB, D. If. LRtTnEKVAV,
D. B. TURNER, tAlTLVAVCK
K. P. LOOXBT, E. W. MBXPORD.
r. B. FRIEBSUX,
WJLLtAV BBOW.V. GBN. II. WILtU VSO.V,
DR. JliO. THOMPSON. OBI. E W DX1X,
QBK. A. B. BBADFOBD.
S-J-Eisle copy. " Jy!t-2w
Carpenter & Builder,
ASD HAHBTAI.TBSX8 fir
Sash, Boors, Blinds, Window Frames,
MOULPINGS OF EVERY DESCRIPTIONii
XS" SHOP cn Via re street, near Bayea Ctyato.
Wheat Fans and Treshcrs,
TTJ3T reeiltrd, a- lars let Waeat Fans and Threabera
J on o-vicnmtsl, aud lor aale .w for rash hy
lyTa-dawlm OtVTNKB tt OIR50N.
DR. W. T. BAIXEV,
(Latt of Stmlh Carolina )
TTAVIKS treated petmaaenthr la tb cttyet Jfemphlt,
.XJ. uftera hit etrrlcet to the pebil tn th rartooi
Vraadiet of hit prafrttioa Special attention paid t
OhttetrUa and diaeaea ot waraen in teaerai. Once on
alt to street, ster the ttoia of V)at so, Charehm k. Co ,
So. Til. JriS Int
XOVSG A3IEUICA STRUCK OFF I
YOUNG LADIES' BEAUTY PRESERVED T? (i H TAJ j I . H.M l. (V
Old Folks will Always ge. tic Best! ; XZr JiL LltrTrt rl
Cholera, Diarrlica.llloody Flux,
THESE It so diteate that aeo-tritet htaaa betaga ta
so thort a time, and that readers tbo system aa sat
acioas of th remeditt when tpplird, at theae; asd It
thererore teborea all pertosa who rata their Urea der r
thaa as) thins eite, rmeaer that " dcij, are daacer'
oca." Aa toon aa yea fret the atetstett symptom of
Diarrhea, can for a bottle of Sledft't Cholera er Dior-
rlaeSjfrap,m4itot whlco. If takes In Uae, wrH re
Here yen. Remember, this it no caaniasly dertaed ham
ate as we hare the erfclence to prove th faat. AB we
atk M a trial.
For Colds, Coughs, Asthma, Rron
Chitis, ConstiinptioD, &C.,
tJeeDr. SLSDOB'S nO.VBHOoN'D FBCTOBAL. AH
of tbe aboTO are fer t' at all the Drut 5t tt, and apes
crqalry may be feu 1 In all the towst aud rraaerr.
J. X. SLBB6B it CO.,
Sole Paaprietert, Jtemphit, Teas.,
To whom all order matt he atatretted. )?S
THE STAB GALLXar sow offer, far exbeMHoa the
aaett cefleeMen ot OIL PAINTINGS of aay Gallery Is
Tb IMPERIAL FnOTOGKAPH la en et the leadtat
Hctare cf thoday. atad only by TSBJS. tc FP
LOW. Th HAIXZOTTTE tbo moat wocdor fal plctaro ever
made can ho aeon at the Star GeBerg. X ade at no
other Gallery In the any. Q at tbem. myil
White Teeth, Perfumed Breath
and Beautiful Complexion)
CAN be acanlred by atlns the ' Balm or a Tnoc
SA5D FtowIEJ." Wh.t lady r teatleman woaM re
na!n nader the (am Bt a dtfafreeabie breath, when.hy
ulna the "Balk or a TaoctAao FtowEBJ" as a
6entri3.ee, weald not only reader It sweet, est lea-t the
teeth white aaalahaater Hany person do not ksow
their breath It rjtd, tad tht tabject U to deHcaU their
Mend watt nerer rarntlon K. Beyar of eotsterfettt.
3e tare each bottle Is tixaed,
TETRirGZ 4 C0.,XewTtk.
t For sale hy aB PnttttttU. tpI7-daoMy
JHiSISSIPPI Ft.llALE lOLLEfcE,
THE auroVfi s tbi loatustion wtji ecea en V9V
BAT.tbe'Mhet Sephrobtr seat nader lbs tspvr
elelot at Pro'. J O. DOCUBT. Erery departaieM of
tb laotlastisa wjl be BJed y treeaert of tbe sett
order of teteot. aad rutMaf to-H be wastAf: to Bier
y sea ladV-a aa edacaUoa aa. tejorsawh and esraa ate a
eaa be vbtaisad ib asy other raailtolion la tbe Usd.
Roo. MMEOX OUVEB.
PreaWeat of tbe Board of Trstteer.
W. J. A. Boo.t. Secretary. lf3t-lm
UNIVEKSIIY OF MISSISSIPPI
-a. O TT X V -eg- .
FBEDBStCE A. P BABXABO, LL B , Praatoeal.
Piore-Mor ef tererk aad Astliat IHeratttre.
WILSOK O. Bl JBABBSOX, V. A , Pfftor f Latin
aad Atedera Laetsoee.
WILLIAM F STEABXd, Profeaorf GvrenneaUI Set
eaee aad Law.
FBBMgtOE ,X. P. BARXABB LL 8.. Profettor of
Jt-tse-sailea, Pbytrtt, Aetroaomy aad Gm Ba,t-
BDtrARD O BOTTOX.M. A..Paatottr ot Csemsitry,
XATHAX1BL it. CRAWFtWB, B. B., PiofeaMr otfcla-
HMfatBai asa Jierai ramipy. '
JOSH AN' X. P8IFFS, af. A., Aatbtant Prafettor of
WILLIAM R. BARC3DALE. V. A , Tularin Rhetoric,
k-x, CoaapotMlon asd BaacsMos.
BOBBBT X. KlVfHKJH,M. A .Tetorra Varbetaittea.
WILLI.Vil A. EACIX, 3f. A Tstor ia Oretk.
CHABLES B. LXB, 31. A., Tatar la Latra.
e Tata ebair win he 9Bed by Dr. Cl.lwreJD bsHT the
racaaay it tepolird.
f 1 VHK TRXTH ANNUAL SBSSKIN'of tort IeerMoHen
1 wtM opea as TBtrKeDAT, rb lettt September sexi.
The istaroeem-aot of toe Laboratory, the FaHoaopMtat
bsneiat a d tbe rere BrHst Hoaeo, are- foia( forward
wi b UMy aad eserte, asd are expected ton ready for
see la Ibe eony part of the SrtHoa.
Jsat e 'BtporteJ, wH aeeoatm date terorHywe addttteea!
L.tBGB AXD COSTLT ABtHTaOXS
Haeehe-smad to to- Cbealeal aad rbnoMpMea! appo
ratst, eaaeta b( fas tabrt iraarveemo tt.
Shells and Minerals
Hat reetatl) bees procared, aad tbe Uaracy wH to ec
tarred tUai cbot e aeieeiloa of buok by SesttmbT.
T E R 31S
(P.rSettaaf TeaUhtWf '
TeMndentt alw tooet ! tseGn(t laifaV'....50 ea
Tothoewboled(att. 41 M
Theae ehartea htotad Initios, matriealatita lee. faet
asd terraat htre.
Law itaeesK (SO.
Board at I ha Bad and In prirale ftmtH't at aboet $It
JAMBS M. BOWBT,
Secretary ot the Board.
Oxford. Jahr . IW7 tySfl-Tatw
THK T bo.m r tar HI r Lav aLK MaBsnwY
wirb to terore ta-- r?r o a er a or swa a Sao boo,
t take ebarae of ib-MaLB A AD IT at ib Uaos.
ASabeiB tostbiaaa ptrfrrroal. Scbool wank It sot
$I,GG0 per aasam. X dra
P. T 6L.4SS rtatatp.
Jr-daw Brab y. .
Lost ! Lost !
ABI.tCC LACE VPIL, tetber mi Mast er MocBsta
atreet, ktwns Odd PVtlowa' Ba'l tost Ise tan tied
of Third .treat aad Medsswi. A it rat n woad msB, be
tires s any one waerwi f Bare U a lis. at ee.
SJBATm tpR STIM-Stl irvs the latitttbor.
as tea aatiit oftcTftlBVnaaOriaoa a baa
troyXAItaLaaaaite.oreaS . M or M
buib wi b a aata'l leap opna t r wetaor, a
caaara ay ia ttaai Boot ataro
tioie aooee aaiqeai ed
Tso aioee rewo-d wta be paid oa do Ittij or rearsst
af tsttiaiilliSthatwiBlia. . o Ibo roo vrry at tbo tear.
jarV.twawew Laeraaaa, laaamtu.
K?-Kte aadBaaatwe oosr-
LAMB, YOUNG & CO.,
BOOKSELLERS & STATXO.VERS,
25 Jfcsta fr erf,
TABIP ftadiM y oa h.ad a larts stork of LAW,
IV MEDICAL. MIStBLLaSEOUL nKL.6B aad
SolMHit, as OBa i
BTAFUE AXD FAX4T bTATHiXBatr;
BLaBS. AXIS XUUaVAJtDVx BOOKaV &et
All f abacs is.y taer to lb.br rtnati at t i. Mj
To TB ArnB asd SCLOOL tXaMMaTFIBa tsoy w4BJ
saaoe a r, iU-r.i , nasi
TO) MdHaSa tltTS tbey a 1 1 tB at a retp I
oa Bartta ot.
TtoywitbreeFibtB iqfutalasn- ta its,
aaoTteti tatat oa i
b ase. .a.-sai.e te.tr ,u as am
aseflnt aajwber-, . i.a.r is s aapaat or m Bat aoioaav
wrryibtst unitatltbr t last brat,
aa saotMMy oo-fa- d a4 at Iwfeot tsai
octioa ta tbe parebeeer.
. "Tfoodland Cream,"
A POMADB fer beaatlfytex th nAIB-fafchtj'per-famed,
lurerlsr to asy Preach article lo-ftid, and for
half the price. For dmiiac Ladtea' Ban It hat Co
eqnal, tlrlm tt a bright, atetty spptaraiM. Itcastet
Gentlrnten't Qtlr to carl is the. moat nataral maaaer
It removes dandratr, always etrf&t th Uilr the appear
ance ot h.iQC fresh thtateooed. Price onfy fifty cestt.
None rename onset aUsed, FETRLDGE av CO.,
Prop rte tort of the "Balm of a Ihoaaaad Flowers."
U For tale hyaa Dretttats. ' apW-deodly
BARGAINS! BARGAINS I
GREAT REDUCTION 0E PRICES ! !
IX order to dot oat oar H'MMIR GOODS, preva na to
tbe arrlral of oar FtK ta4 Wtster Stock, w win tell
3d p. eea Fancy Laotii, tt t to 10 cents per yard, worth
S9 pieces Hadly Falla and Scotch do. (tut ceiori) K to
II and IS to IS;
10 pierce priated JaeeneU and Orrandie at M to 3tc ,
worth 69 lotos
UUwnJasaDetasdOrtaadioRaaetattl 60 to $16 aad
M ptecea Solid Barrrra tt $15 worth 133 1
rS patters prtntid Bareal$tto tS. worth t to 1J;
esBaresa and Ttaao Bobrr at $C to Sit, wrth$Tte
IS patteras FosBard STk (C ta f 10. worth t te $IC;
IS ' Bobes at SIS worth rAtli
to " Snniir SHtiat 11 U wrth II to s,5;
20 " Sap. - at IS to n, wotlh J6 w t9;
" SCt Baoet at M w $S8, worth 40 te
ALSO, a lar;e let ef Chaateflt aad French 1 ace. Man
tles a d Scarfs er leperlor till aad a.oalMy, ceesper
Itta they caa be boeghteltewher IB tows.
JyfS.dtw VAII ft BASES.
H. r,.FARNSW0aTH& CO.,
AFOT 1 1 IJOATLma,
i So 7 Front Kotv,
. TTAVE a very tart," and cotsple'e attartment of artl-
l?fn fii XJWfr) -Tl& i AJL ctoa Is tbe Drat line, to .hkb th. y call Ihe aitett
JST VJi&jntJl tPeVW 2 taaa or eret ybodr la pa tlcnlar Thontb not trBiac
' AT COdT, tar prfcea re reasonable; and theQBALt-
tv or oar arucate paiDtrAitco
JjM CALL AXD SIEI
Por Spring and Bmnmer of 1857,
Hon with tie dtv't evtnU wblri I hnH h... """"'7 " r witn
referred to but for the wtnt of time I etn MTfn chi,dren' nmped on tbe BlniT several
onlv apolorfze for the imD.rttirin nf thf. ! monlb ae ' known to mlnJ" of oar ciUtM.
hurried sketch, which by no meant does jus
tice to Gov. Joses nor ny cf the rest.
LIE. UHABKIKG OK AHBATXC8. A Writer
io a late number of the New York Independent,
uho It understood to be Lewis Ta
to the free ozxie men, in an o trier residents-city, gives an interesting account of a club
ot ill Territory, fair pl7 and equal juttlce, I taeeUng be attended thirty years ago, at tbe
and all parties ought to frown down any at. J t'ouae of Bev. Dr. Chancing, of Bottos, cotn-
' ieeted at a reformed place of amusement. Dr
i t-t j.i a , i, .. .
wutoiiicg aiairu iwiut caa ione mooch! thtt
religious persons should interest tbemttlveti
Bubject. tlbauy Argut.
eyA" Edjllrb ptper rivet an account of a
tea party of sixty old women who were tit
jaoihert cf eight hundred and mtnfy-sfae
children! They mutt have' had tomethinr to
jalk aboot tt tbat tea party, we should thlnfc
mere than thevbad done iotmblic
with a view to elevate their character, allure
the young men from corrupt pleaeuret, and
make anasenenti luliervjent to good morals.
It has not been twelve montbt Bince he took it
upon himself to raiss some $l20toi tbe pur
pose of repairing one of our churches in the
city, which ha succeeded In accomplithIng,and
handed it over to those appointed to receive it.
But few of our dtirect have done more for
our city in aiding in public wotki and private
Improvements necessary to the growth of Mem
they tool: passage Ib Kie tame vessel. The
periltut ocean voyage wa male without ac
cident, and the party a merry and happy
party arrived rarely at Quebec where tljey
tool; patssce on the Montreal. Our reader
know and have lamented tbe fate that overtook
that ill-fated tteamer and the hundreds of pas
tengers. When the burned, of the six trusting
and generoua girlt, Mist Pettisrew wat the
only oce taved. Her five companions found
either fiery or watery graves. Miss P. was
rescued, ebe knows not how or bv whom.
Taken up for drowned, tbe struggle between
life and death was long arm doubtful, but at
last decided I n favor of tbe form-r. Tbe kind-
hearted at Montreal learned ber history, and 1
admired her modest worth. Bv them, rosahe
bad lost everything but herself, her immediate
necessities were supplied, anct in Slew days,
could go on and give many other evidence a wiuJ their bI1?'i,r iW". . sbexontinuei
. ..w .j, , menwho, betides "he now nappy fjutband, Dad
uo coi. conatucr ti tieeutut. -v man is Known
by his acts and general'deportment, andot'by.
such tcurrility as it exhibited in the Enquirer!
article beaded Hirf Times;" ,
r OLD CITIZEN,
precious freight on that stenctr, attended tbe
weddinc vesterdar. How tad thtt festive
i gathering was bow Ibe shadow of tbe fearful
past dimmed the brightness of the present, who,
tbat bat not felt the destroyer's touch, can
tell? Chicago 'Tribvu. '
of the vinet back E"jtl me for tbe considera
tion or the Agricultural bociMr.
But Red river is a malarious, sickly country.
An overseer seldom lives here more than one
ytar. Mosquitoes darken tbe air, but niggers
and mules sre )n their proper element. Slavery
bere is a necesttty, njj will defy Abolitionism
for many years to come. Come planters here
own five and six miles square of Ur.d, apd
that earned over with white shirts and woolly
Columbia county Is the extreme Southwest-
em county of Arkansas. It it sleo a sandy.
pine country, but more fertile than an". L,bad
yet seen of tost kind. It Is populated by
wealthy planters foa Georgia, who have im
mense plantations, and herdacf niggers. Mag
nolia, a new village, it the county test.
Tbe fiost destroyed a great deal cf cotton
and corn, and all the fruit of thia country.
T0CXO HEX TAKEX WITH OR WITHOUT Jf 0US-
AXrlTIT hit MELAfntrfrtPp prate. ra cuke t troe
VV Hkeaett ef aaylhias that wtfl eatt a ihade. Be
a rabrr that he tat the etc rre rttht ef atrraphis tor
the Velineotrre patent Be slot stakes all other atyup
at PKrire that are worth tnakrac at all.
Bemeeatier hi - No., 151 Mats atreet, oyer Jer.es, Br-wn
& Co 'a orpoHe war'htst wooae. ira
CASH FOR WHEfiT.
WANTED OVE nUNDlKD TOOC8 AND BUSIIKLS
of wnEAT, for which the huhesl market prica
will he paid in cash.
DOD3LAS3 DO WELL & CO,,
lrSt-Jm Basle M lit.
TnBparrrirrthlphmoforerttitler between ALLBX
av X.DONALD It t it day di-eolrrd 'by fdatatl
eoctent. V. A ALLBKwtg coBttsa the bntlnttsht
tteoel staad. tnd oatil aB debts for and a rain it th
nnn of Aflen St Vcifjco'd.
. if . A ALLEN,
lffniphtr, Jatyit 1&57. Iy3r
XLtaANTBietJ, Ifeletklotnd Biittrcere HATS, re-
celTedatWUBATON'B,TS Front Eos-.rtere ttjso to
want of a tapers and faihtonaMa HAT wBI pteato caH.
OoottanUy on hand ard receirlcc the larsett and finest
stock ot SOFT HATS tn the city at
fh21 WH BATON'S. :i Front Raw,
J. E. CUilUHlCK'S IMBRTISatHilfV'ld
WHI Alu-ayt be Fsawd is Tkto Cbtssja.
PS MOMS aiabtne u kww what bo bo ae oaaVot
what be may want to boy for tap af baa cssnaaaaao,
wtub tsre Is tad it is the loot eataaaa, os 'SatBtaMt
PARK. Brsamaer thai, aa4 aavo yosnaat tawaasaatl
af louklat all ov- r tbo paper.
All buttaeaa estraatoa k at win be ilttt li I teaer
tally and arlth dMaatch.
Office aiadlaaa Street, oppoolto Usren Batik,
IN3UBANCB, aVKAL. BaWATB AMD MM Bet A L
3Ztna Fire and ImlRHd A'avis
tion IxistsraBee CmHuy,
UArlTAI, AND StTBFIX8....
Hiirtrortl Fire iBSHnutee Co.
GAFTTAL AND SPBFW8....
Charter Oak Life Inaurxnce Jta
CAPITAL AXD - VRFLBS....
nOLWIKSraed oa rsaoaa.l
X hty airi W aad proaapUy paid.
F085BSMON- 6ITBN lWSINTBLT. SB aw
teslrj wataraco, ra arly tat ty A T. W. an. Ba
wMb teres aero of troaad. Tao peear at earn MfciS
ten arop aad teat I atsttaee, rf aoti.aw.
Aaatatesef J B. l'BABWfX,
irla Oppoatto rraos aWaft.
A LBABK OT A BKAtmnL BBaMMbXaa, csataba.
lc for rooi., K. tcaaa aad Sarrasu Boost, Stare
MaMr, Sae we.1 uf water, aid -ix eo at BM tuusla
" mmmmmmmm alt m. Ml 00 till oboat 1 M
aatkafroaeCoaitSaaar. Featetatia tleaq rt Hesatro
brr. Apptr ta j. ft. CaUDWK'K
ALSOA BEABTtFITL OOTTAAB BBSIDBKCB raew)i '
cestala at 6 raa, kMehea. tenant ror at, .I.Mr aa.l!r
eitotltM clttria, with aboat tbreo-roartb of on kh fJ
land, tMsatedJaatost of tb ctty liailio. Pwet.
tires IM Sestestber. A baraola can seBadif takrn avod.
Apply M J. B. CatAUWlCC,
ALSO, a beastrfal BCILIMNR STTK. nasi t la tt 1 1 lis)
acres, sen Umbered; .Msts oa tb aorta wrat coraet at
Crfitril Arense aad Brawa'a Areaat, directly oapooti
taomHenceof JsaseBarrt "
ALSO a flae Bf-LaHN LOT. rotrtaraint fosr acre,
wnicsrered with Sae trees tttsate oa the asrth akV of
Walker street, sear th am loll (at aa tbe BerrutJb
Flank Bsad. Fsr-tars tpafy
J. E. CRABXnOK,
MewaMt Laasl Oetoo.
,ie Owiiatt Baaoa Bonk
WB bare ia a'oee aix tm aaaVbaad Fat
all Mod- ay to- bl ataatilaetiiraaai ;
I SS tsta Oa Btrr. wMlB wo mm tell iaoo
' arw, er real by the at stb
McKlNJSBT h. CO ,
tt 3tots atreet
To IS r nt "
AHOD8 AND UK en Aaabaai afreet, tw ota eaat
of Col. J B. Tasrat a re-: or. Tso Hosao ceaa
W. E. JVULTON
2G aradison Street, Up Staira,
FOB SOU? OF 75JB
Marine Insurance Companies In tho United
Exchanse Xote Broker.
I wiH attend to the negotiation of an
NOTES AND BILLS OF EXC1LJJVQE.
FIVE L.E3IO.V SYIU'Pt
A BBAtiriPCL atMoJeof oarowa raaaafactsre. war.
i- raoted set to earn era any of thoM poianaa articlrt
rataaeK oa taat waicn a naaiiir trostbl here. It
raakee adeftrlosa, co.Ha(Dverare, tadeatrrde at thtt
eeaoa ot th year JaattryUl
ror aal at wholesale er retail by
H. F. FABXS WORTH Sv CO.,
XfS o T Front Bow.
"STADB frers ladtta Corn hetatifal article.
. boxes for ttie hj
P. FAKNSWOBTH 00..
N. 7 tTest Bow.
FIJTE TEAS !
ALARGJt atsftiscni,parehaMdbfare-bbte rite
ta Tell, for ado rery Isw. t whotraal or reuB, by
H. F. FARNiWOttTH a. 00.,
(?An Irish tnttbt wat onctdispntinwiih
a French courtier about tbe ape and standing of
their families, when the latter, aa a finisher,
said that hit ancestors were in the ark with
Noab. "That Is nothinc." said the Irishman,
at the Dslnc. my ancestor, eruld in a ocat .ran
of their pun lv JjUUn SPIED fc 3
DTBEOT FBOU TUB EAST, a very lirjs and hahd
tom' tttortnent tf "
Organellas and Jaconets,
Bostht al ONE-HALF THBIK OSCAL PB1CB, and wilt
FBOH tho tahscriaer. oa th Ilrrt
of April, one email, dart hay VABB,
'our yeara of are, oeo hind root
white, aad man Uinr on left tide.
Ian. one ibu1, hrltbt tt MAKE HULK, foar teara
oM, roacted and tobbed, and t addle -arkj
Any one t aklag sp Hid ttxk wBI be libcrsity rewapded
hy addret tlsic bu at Menphlj. Any lalorailloa thank
faliy receired. .
J wtt B. j. urniTB.
IN MT. ISW. J Pst.hrd rf Mewr.
hSS8flSRBO. FUUIKSTTat BBO. a HaBttt ft
fjfj fjfl li Cttataloa Fiano, which sp U thlt dtt la
S S 1 proaonaeed Sy the belt Inilftof mulclj
he BBiarpas-eu I tberefsre take pteatore li. -recm-raesdiacaLeBI
as rrlUbta In thefr T-prea. s'allent c.'t
AC ' rUMcMULLAN, '
tal a I bear roost t kt ek s. was a- it ru,.,.
For for tber partrrstart apply al N . IS, iwodoort front
Maishal's Sale ef ValsaWc Laiid!
Lv viktvo, or AX BXBCtrrtrx ta sty handt, la
PATENT STEBL and BBA3 SPRtSO BOtlPSl atw.
BBA53 471BAL SPBINO HOOFS, a tew article, for
Stloty W. B. JI1LLKB,'
jrU-l- Ccrotr Mais tad lUdUon,
DeSot" iwan'r Mlia.
thief, erttOoa tha del retry of tht mole tt the shore
jy7rfU5wjt mason k broom, ituyjo-dw?r
S25 Ueward for the Thief.
S TO LBN f'TO the tooarrloera, ttrtnc at tt JascUon
of ihe iferapMs aad Oaarlratsn BaUroad and pea
atnel, os Satsrday nliht, 4th Is-., a tare SorreB Marc
Mole, wMh markt or bmHiia h'v hack a li"le ao'.
-..-..-.fl ,.S arJwd ahABt twn W.nth a : aahl
rnnle la between acres and eitat yeara of its I from my oat experieBC tn toe hsastMo f IwHvntrears 1 1
-n. ..ni .1 1 it tuU br armrehenaloa ef th P which haa Been m tne city or atetspsmt
favor of W. B Swll i Co.. and aaainat itamc
sampaos Ha a trust tbe Peweral Coart of the Tinted
Sta'it. at -lacta-a. Ttamti on I will ae at ibe C "H
noste door, as dactaos. oa tb Itb day at Aaas.1. ST,
1938 acre, et eaiaaato load, ipojac ia tb tltb C ei Dia
litctof Dyer ooaaly. T aaetin ; IS b Sare.y..r'i Bit
trUt, Baete II and SeufcatBr treat, d by the State f
TBeieoJ Sasapa hy treat N- IS Sit, art beand
edon Is WeHbf WdaMaa A. Htk'a 1-ttBH am tract,
1 and W B Joan M acre tract, .d oa tbe Boat by the
OMea rterr, aad M Aratotroaa's .w88 acre tract: aad
I'tW on 11 tbe preperty of tatd Soaip 08 SatatrafyMht
The aboeo tract I woB rSeeereV, af nctBiat sa'ity,
tad iiftlp rttea abuee oeorfanr.
Terms of taie CaM.
xj 3 Hantaat w. "a,
STrrum At SrvsJMattit Attor. JatJat
s. wtixt VEataea... c. triaxtaxa,
S. . YERiW & CO.,
Cotton Factors, Commission and
Jf. 6 Frant How, over aiescham At Oalhralth't,
MHMPHU, TSNN. astsB
OmW OF CHICKASAW ASD JACSajftTB
TVTc.Tr TPbjj&i. aTobxx)..
DBALSB. tn Ale, Porter Cider aad wia-e af at trad-,
Danaractsred ty tacmijni aatebrttrd eatabtites a
In th united state, ror aie,
with the fatranty I hart had ffora my old erutastts
that my txertlosa CAT beta ac7frutra.oTinera.