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gATCUDA? KOSNISO, AUGUST 22. 1M7.
THE KETISQ THffSiDi.'S" HIGHl".
la the reptrt of the meeting at Echnst
Place'on Thursday nlbt, our reporter induced
ia a. latitude of remark concerning the aVctt
and chaiacter or the meeting, which it ii duete
the editon of this paper to state, we do not ap
prove, inasmuch a we are-assared by same of
our xriencs, who participated la it, that tbfr
r-erer intended sueh action as was inferred
br our reporter from the excited feeling which
seemed to prevail at the meeting.
g" J. T. Swatks, Esq., i out in a crt
In yesterday's Airs, vindteating the ctniractel
of Judge Fitxcebald, and counseling obedi
ence to the Uws.
f The Deioocrauc Jubilee atiBfqwBSTiiie
next Tuesjay, promises to.be anpnterestieg oc
casion. Aispteial train wHiVpo.up in tb
morning and return in theve-ring for the ac
cemmsdalteB of these who desire to go from
Ths Bl iiixaoa esrt 6yab3li.
In the ce-rss of debate in theBntish Com
mons oa the affairs of India, Mr. D'Issaeu
raised (he Important question, whether the in
surrection was a sudden, iispasUlve, local. aw-
tiny, or an organized aatienal revolatien,, b4
ad-wced to shew comstaatioa and ceespiracy.
He referred to the irelatim of msteriot
cakes injsdia about a year since, and also tc
the rlrrulstion of lotus flswers among the Se
poy regiments. We presame these emblem
are well understood by our Hindoo friends of
the Kaow-Nothing lodges, though they art
avmbola which oernlex British sUtesmen.
But as.to these cakes and rlo.vers, and theii
aysteriousfaBency, like the crees of fire spw
by Maim togather ,tbe. clans of Kodieicx
Due, Mr. D'IsxjCeli referred:
In India, nearly twelre months ago, this took
place. A messeug -r comes 10 me uezunun 01
viHa re and brines him six pancakes ckvpat
tin, such as the natives make of wbeaten
Hour, and he says, "These six pancakes are
sent to you; you will make six olDers and sent
them onto the next Milage." ibe headman
obers. accents the six cakes, makes six others
and sends them'on to the next village with the
same message. How did it begin? It is a
mystery, ir we knew me village uuer-ce ice
pancakes n ere first circulated we might get
valuable information. But in the course of
four or five months the whole of Bengal and
the creat Dart of the contiguous country have
been subjected to this process of a man going
rom village to village, from headman to head
man, from palice station to police station, le
ing six pancakes, with no other order than that
six other pancakes should be made and circula
ted. Suppose the Emperor of Russia, whose
territory in extent and characters more re
semblance to our Eastern-possessions than ai.y
other territory suppose the Emperor of R i
sia were told, -Sire, there is a very remarks
ble circumstance going on in your territory
from village to village men are passing wnu
leave the tail of an ermine, or a pot of cavi
are, with a messace to some to perform the
itae ceremony. Strange to say, this has been
going on in sane 10 two villages, and we can
not mate bead or is.il or it"
1 LhiHt the Eorxror of Russia would say.
i do not know whether you can make head or
tan of it, but I am quite sure there isaor&euiiB
wTonp. and we must take some. precaution, be
cause, where the people are not usually iudi
creet and Jroublesome, they do not make a se
cret communication iiulcss it is opposed to thr
Government. This .s a secret communication,
and therefore u communication dangerous to
the Gorertment." This sending of cakes went
on. I do not say that the Government could
penetrate the secret; I do not find fault with
them because they did not find it out. What 1
want to show is that there were outward and
visible signs of confederacy. There was also
an indication of conspiracy among the milita
ry, which must hve bee a known to the Ibdian
overaraet. I allude to the c rcumstantes of
the lotas flower. A man came with a iotas
flawer and gave it to the chief of a regiment.
It was circulated from hand to hand ia the re
giment, and every man who too: It, looked at
it and passed it on, sayiag no-Hing. We must
nndersuud that every maawhopassedit on wa
acquainted with the plot. When it came to ibe
last soldier of the regiment he disappeared and
toot it to the next station. The process was
gone through in every regiment in Bengal.
Ttiere was not. regiment, not astatian, not au
escort to which the lotus flawer was not sent.
AH these tningsteok plat- after the annexa
tion of Oude. The Honorobie gentleman re
minds m that last year the Bengal regiments,
refoetheirfnrlonghs. That was certainly a
significant circumstance. I venture to say mat
I would show a suts of society in India which
proved the existenct-ef general discontent, and,
dilScu.t as it might be to prove conspiracy,
tha- I would offer to the House facts and cir
cumstances atiiaeiedt to connate, them there
was conspiracy. 1 think I have said eaoogtj
to induce the Hoase to pause before they form ;
loo precipiiaie an opiota apon iuc ui
the disasters in India. 1 think I -have said
enough to mike the House at least feel lhac it
is not- by saying that we have to deal wiih a
mere nliitary tnutfnr that we shall sive InJia.
CoXGxissiBKAi. Diitsjct. The following is
a hst of the members of Congress elect from
1st District, A. G. Wa t kins, D era.
Horace Maf nard. K. N.
a. A. aautu, Hem.
Job U. b'lvigt, Dem.
Charles Ready, E. N.
Ceurge W Jenes, Dem.
Joh V. Wnsht, Dem.
i K. Zolllco'ffer, K. X.
J. D. C Atkins, Dem.
W. T. Avery, Dem.
Oacesx. -The official vote of Oregon terri
tory is ascertained to be as fellows :
Tor arc rm Lion.... 7
asiiau , 1T.
TiitaJ 'otc. ... . ..h ... ... ...... ...
Cajorttr Tor cas?stjo
ldr AlVt-' t4a .. . -
" iawja(t.p J-.... ........
Ths result-, saows
a .decxeasejn the entire
vote" polled, as' compared wltfithat of two
years eince,of 625 voles. .
g""Wright's majority for Cosgress over
McElrath, in the Serenth District, is 6,935.
Ths city authorities of Keokuk, lows
are searching- ths hotel registers, and when
they find a stranger tas passed thirty days
there they charge him two dollars for street
The Selma (Ala.) Rtporlcr notes a cot
ton stalk six feet in height with one hundreo
and forty bolls: and also some green ears ef
corn weighing three and a half pounds all
from the farm of Dr. B. J. Fobt.
K3" The Second Annual Fair of the Mis
souri Agricultural and Mechanical Aesocia
Uon will commence at St. Louis on the 2Sth ef
September, to continue for six days. Orer
$16,000 "are offered in premiums, and persons,,
stock, and machinery, approaching the city by
Saxcxoc or'jwi-ifftfoaswjV'. sE-iiv r, olJ
Seguin, Texas, committed suicide on FriayT'vrh'o dee not own
July 31, by taking laudanum. Mr. Rainey,foi
some years past was editor of the Seguio
llrratvt. We hear no reasons assigned as yet
for ths commission of this rash act.
Mr. Rainey, we bear, was a native of Henry
county, in this State, where his father now
5?" Capt. Cavxkpt, of the- steamship
TT4isio, has been exhibiting in New York
a Tripod for Zinlth observation!, which he
has recently invented. This enables the navi
gator to determine the latitude or longitude at
sea, during a fcg, or when from any cause, the
horizon Is Invisible. It was tried on the last
trip of the -IFci:;on, and was found to
work admirably. Its cost is very trifling, ana
It will donbtless come Into geaetal use.
Wheat. The Maryaviile EastTennesstesn
of the 14th, says : The price of wheat it on
the decline, and. we are not surprised. W
never have aeen or beard tel'of as much wheat
being raised in this part of the country. .From
twenty-la thirty wagenioads rerdaybave been
deposited at one mill lalMs place dcring IhisJ
week, and a large qnatrfityrplsgao .LstHsvpir.
The depots' oa the Railroad 'aretc;dwdfL the
cars not being able to ship it: ti'fast as it Sit-
The Miwesjta Iatsaoffr.10. The CMeagcfl - ... , ; - ... . . , ,
li:... f.......iis?iu,dll&Bt St.L n,did mt beUeve that
Tivut noticing ue duplicate Constitutional
CocTmtloc which i. ia sejaion in Minntiota
- Ws learn that the only material difference of
coinlomthat eatu,oeiween me two parties cn
the question of tbe constitution, is that the Re
publicans are in favor of attacb.ir.g-a clause
roh!biunz uv buiun j-i uw-
dine for the enfranchisement of negroes; to
fcnih of the clauses the Democrats areoppos
r1r will b g'ad to learn that the difficul
ties bare been .sttUti folhe satisfaction of both
Tnt FiaaT GaooiE or the Seasow. We
. inaebtei Utfur kin! friend, Capt. Thos. J.
CharcL, fcSw r S Pte ot Epicurean.
HB't dors, drove 32 miles-killed i
try j g race tarv nfxt n,orn
titans fieM "fert , J t cioiVif
. I. ir. . keen aponsman ana a cipiiaa
. . f.-wi!dturke.
katlf. II Rc 1 -E-
sB: stfCOSBlSPOSDEHcB -
Belew we pablish the -correspondence be
tween the committee appointed at Court
qcar'e, last Tuesday, and the attomies of Mr.
Bolton : .
Messrs. R, H. Staktok, & H. Yxsora, E
" W. M. Kirsti. doSnitlfor itaa: L JJs.'iss:'"
GtxTiMES It would be to argue von u-
obaervanrof passlhg"ertDiho tall Vo'ur aUen!
Hon to the eTtettement perrtmng the pablle
mn InTEli cfiyi Nothing- ttie proposed re
moval of Mr. Bolton to .Oitroll pounty, in
obedience to the fiat of Judge.Fltxgeratd.
It is unnecessary to proaise an overture to
allay the troubled waters, and maintain the j
character -or our ciiy aoroaa ior mc
servatwe of law and order with any apology or
excuse. It must be manifest to yea, as it is to
us, that the attempt to enforce aha fiat of the
Judge will result in a breach of Jhe peace of
ns trivial character. We sappess that you
are as solicitous to avoid this as any of the
citizens. We therefore propose
Is. That the fiat of Judge Fiegerald be re
cilletl so far as tt reqtires the removal ol
Bolton to Huntingdon.
2d. That the appKcatfeo for bail be beard
and determined in this city, before any Judge
in Tenaesste whj will eoasent to sit upea the
3d. That the adjwHeatien ia Ibe case be
hmltted to, aad regarded as' Sail by aH
We have no hesitancy ia ptedgiag ibis com
munity to a faitbtal adfeerejtce to the fore-jokgp-epesMesttS,
if acceded to.
Be pUased to give us aa Immediate re
spome. - W. E. MILro.V,
Chairman ef Hie Caeamittee.
MxaarHis, Aagust 21, 1857.
W. E. Miltox, Etq j Chairman, $c:
Dear Sia Year hole nf yesterday, relative
to the matter of ihe application of Isaac L.
Beken for a wrk'ef h-btat rorpui, before Jadge
Fitzgerald, has teen received and atteaUiely
Three propesHleas are saesHted to us, as
Eoaasel of Mr. BoHea, ia that bete.
First. ThaLthe fiat of Jadge FtUgeraW Is
recalledrsoar as it reaires the reatoval of
Bolton to HaotiBgdos.
Second. That the-sppKcatiea far VaH be
heard and determined ia tbiscMy, before any
JadgeinTeanesaec, vi ho will costs eat te sit upot,
Third. That ibe adjudication ia the case br
sabrattted to, aad regarded as final by all
The very slightest reflection upon your part,
and oa the vlt of tease you represent, npc
Ihe nature of 'these three proposMaas, will be
sufScieat to ealify you, that-anyagreeaieiit bj
as, to accept a ti act apon tbeaa, woa'd be a
violation, not oaly of professional honor am!
of sworntialy, but woaW evince a total disre
gard of the law and of private and individual
Jaties,as cilszens'of this community. That
Balteo bad the undoaUed right to apply to
Judge Fitzgerald for the writ of habitt corput.
and that Judge Fit7gerald not only bad ar
thority, bat was comptlled by his oath of office
to grant the process, wilf sot be doubted by
eaea the most Influenced mini; and that the
JjJge had the power to name the place, even
the most ignoraat of our profession muit un
hesitatingly acknowledge. Wth the selecticu
of that place we had nothing to do, aaJ made
no euggestioa whatever. ?io iaflaeace upon
oar part, undut or othtneut, was attempted
be exerted, at the request ef oar eliettt. Wi
prepared the application, as was our duty, aitd
went no further than has beea aeae ia every
case of the kind since the law Las beea ia ex
istence in Tennessee. It reslsaleee with Judge
Fitzgerald to determine whether he will tet
upon this case at Huntingdon, or wMI submit
to a dictation, which will xedace the law to
mere' mockery and eabvert all justice. We
shall lea?e that matter to his era conscience,
by no means giving our constat to any change
of his fiat, and pretesting against the demand
you make, that he shootd do so, as revelation
ary and meet dangerous. We shall be com
pelted to submit to whaUvar Ute Jadge may
order, and in this we think we have the ad
vantage ef them, whe, aa4er lb? pretence
calling for a due admiaistratieu of the law.
are cae'eavaring to trample justice ad right
We have oaly to say that we do sot consent
to or adopt any of your three propositions.
We have no desire te see you, aad those you
represent, commit a breach ef the peace ef no
iriiial character. Yea may bare tfee right
it the power forcibly to prevent tsie opera
ties of the law, bat it shall never be said, that
either In word or deed, we are giving encour
agement to the spirit which has been man!
tested in this matter, unknown before iu th
histoiy of Tennessee, aad which, when acteu
apea, will proJace ceasaqaeaces alike diss
iruas to the fatare peace and prosperity of th
ceamaaity, and destruction te all seca.-ity aad
safety in the enjoyment of ow lives and liber
ty. Trusting that matt aatare deiiberaliei.
wrfl convince you aad these you represent et
the evil tendencies of the course yea seem di
posed to adept, and that better aad wiser coaa
sets may prevail wilhyoa,
Wc .remain years, respectfully,
BROWN Si WALK Ell
E. M. YERGEK,
E. W. M. KING,
B II. STANTON.
nr Ibe'KempMa Affxtl
Mastas. BrnTeas : Permit me, tbreagh your
columns, to call the atteBtiea ef the Beard ol
Mayor and Aldermen to the ceaditlea ef Beale
street, east of the secead bayou.
If iwe arc correctly 4f erased, the ceatract
was made two years ge fer paring the slJe-
watt oa oae side of the street, yet no thing
has been dose towards doing the work. lath
winter time, when the strests are asaddy, no
one living east of secead bayou can walk U
town without wading threagn the mad. There
is no bridge fer feet pa sseBgers, acid no side
walk at all fer the distance of eae hundred
yards. But, aside frem paveraeats, we wish
especially to ask those whose duty M is to at
tead to these matters, why is it that the jtief t
was recently repaired as far eat as this secead
bayou, and as soon as (hey get te the place
where carriages bare actually oeta ajsxf, tn
account cf the bad ceedrtiea of the street, tb
work was.stepped. It is ibe roughest street in
Memphis, yet it leads oat te oae of tbe most
public roads that leads into tbe city.
Will the proper authorities send the Street
Commissioner to leok iMo this matter ?
Fkee SiUtFeage ix NoETit Casolixa
At tbe lite election In "North Carolina " fite
suffrage" was ' adopted by an overwhelms g
vote of.ua e people of the State. As most of
oar readers may not folly understand Ibe ques
tion we make the following exphnatioaas fur
cished hjr ihe BLaUlj.hStanJtd.:.
Our State Constitution provides (hit no one
shall vote for iviiacr:in,me yate legislator
ocevnoi own uiiy acirs 01 uuu. iu.
Cosetltution also provides that noamendmea
shaft be made to that instruaer.t unless a bil
for the purpose shall have passed oae genera
assemslr by a uiree-nuus vote or an me mem
bers t hor shall the said amendment even tbei
be'aiade uateis approved by a majority of th
oeoDle. landholders and non-landhoiders, a:
the ballot-box. An amendment, sinking ou
th's freehold qualification for a teterinlbt
Senate, and extending the right bt suffrage t
all native and naturalized citizens who may
have paid taxes, was passed oy toe mree
fifths vote iu 1S64, and by the two-thirds rote
in 1S50 and was submitted to the people ti
be approved or rejected at tbe late election
This measure originated with the Demo
cratic party In 18-13, wben Governor Rid, tb
junior or it, was id me new ior ue erst 11 Bi
as (heir candidate for governor. It earoun
tered the decided opposition of tbe Wbig party
many of whose leaders labored fer years t
defeat It. But the Democrat stood by 1
manfully, and it has at last triumphed by ai
The Teeth. At the Dental Convention, in
session last week In Boston, som.j-.of the den
tists -asserted that the main, If" net' the sole
casseol aeiecuvieein was the use cf saletus
and. cream ef tartar ia the manufacture of
bread, and Dr. jlalcer Xully agreed with the
fas wWft fs stated, add gave tbe res Its of
some experiments which be had made by soak
ing sound teeth ia a solution of taleratus. The
..-. ...... .UihM.la rA4.. .1 .
alkali injared teetb,bu. acknowledged that sal
eratuadid. Saleratus, in his opinion, was not
an alkali. Dr. Keidrick, of N w Orleans,
considered the greitmesnsof Leeplag the teeth
healthy was tb keep them clean.
The Fate ofa.Roiay. The Philadelphia
Bviltl ia says that Raxkix, the pnxe fighter,
who Is still ia Banal sa&er ng r;m th pun
Ishmeat which the bruiser Bsadlet Inflicted
opon'hlm, will not go heme. It is' said that he
is as compleie'r batten d ia fortune as be is in
person. j"He was eompe led to make extraordi
nary exertlcnt 10 raise ue uousana dollars to
be slaked. ojn the result of the battle, and its
less has made him bankrupt His landlord
has put his few effects Into the striet in cense-
broken down pugilist declares he w.il ererie-
tern to Pji a lelphia.
-btf ea tf-SaaEocs : en.
Fr m the SL I sj L'mlr
The I-te eltciionsiu several of (he Sialea or,
this Confederacy have alforded ib'iiMant cu
for joy and ongratulaiioa to the Natl-nalsDV-7
Jltg alrongholdi, have almoit MiiMtiMlifl'll
mtH-racy. Kfi.tucky and North Carolina, old
wun uAivir Utt tun ucuivutii wiujui iurii
limits : lennessee. a doubtful Statebeittoforc.
has ncted just-as nobly; while Alabama is
unahimouily Democratic, and Missouri has
again detested he combinril ia
hailed with half the delight
umocra's win reel at ttie
minlitrred to Sam Houston, by the Democracr
of the State of Texas. As far as hesrd from,
sam has not only not carried a single eouu'.yln
Texas, but has really run far bthind his own
ticket, Never before was any man so badly
beaten for office iu ibat State-
General Houston has- led qulle'an-eventful
life, ai.d has attracted no small shire of public
aitentoin within the past thirty or forty J ears.
Hewas prominent many years ago as member
of Congress and Governor of Tennesiee, but
left his -State under a cloud and .spent several
years among tee Indians. The next .we hear
of bim be -was in the Texan army, fighting for
the liberties of that young count y, finally be
coming commander-in-chief, and winding up
ihe war at ban Jacinto, UiocgU we douo
wuetoer oe is entitled to as mucu credi
successfel termination -of the s rugi
friends claim for him. Independence declared
Le was elected me &rst rresident or toe ue
public, was again elected, and when Texas was
admitted as a S.ate into thia Umoi; hewas
chosen, with tbe lamented Rusk, one of its
Senators, which office he nowliolda.
Although Gen. Houston has bad'mapy bitter,
enemies iu Texas, he has always had a large
majority of the peeple ef that State bis friends
and admirers. They hare ever been ready to
bestow upon bioi the highest offices in their
gift, as a reward for what they considered bis
eminent services But tbe hero of San Ja
cinto was too ambitious, and attempted tograsp
Qces which were by bim unattainable. He
Irat endeavored to obtain the Democratic nam
Hwtton for th Presidency and he has always
boasted of his Jacksea Democracy but, fail -
ins ia Ibat, he went oat in searcn or Mini, ursr itaT COcoous have aJvanced from 15 to 20 per
becoming temperance lecturer, then Kuow- eeut. on last rear. Freiious te the failure of
Nothing, od finally capped the climax by 10- crop their price throughon Europe was from
ting against the Ksus-Nebraska bill, with '4. 5 toaon an average, while at preent it is
the hope of wianiBg tie support of the Noah,! fro'm 9 to 10,or nearly double. That, notwith
to advance his Presidential aspirations. Texas f ttI1aing the only partial short-coming of the
usr Bern ieisikur iuiunnE inmioi
man whom she had so much honored, and had
forgiven many of his caprices, but this last
act was a little mere than she could etahd. So
her lepreseutatires in tbe Legislature jtaaeed a
role of censure upon the hero and stteinan,
for which be was not quite prepared. Presum
ing still apon his popularity, Sam took tbe
giouad that the Legislature bad raisrepresei.ted
me will of tbe people; so he offered himself as
a candtcate for Governor, thereby appealing to
the people, after tbe manner of a certain other
''Jackson Democrat," of whom the people of
Missouri have some slight knowledge. Tbe
res ilt Is bis overwhelmln: defeat and -utter po
litical annihilation. If he does not resign bis
seat in the Senate, the Legislature will kick
hist out of it next winter, and an eternal
quietus will be put upon the political hopes of
cam Houston, whilome hero of San Jacinto.
Tbe defeat of Houston is only one among
numberless instances we could mention, of men
who, for the sake of gratifying their own
vanity and obtaining oifier, obstinately per
sisted in opposing the will or the people woo
had trusted them, and betrayed their rights.
Even the proud position of Benton in the
Democratic party, and his services to Demo-
cratic principles, couiJ not shield him from the
power of tbe people, when it became evident
that he had departed from the principles of the
party anu waa ronowmg Disown perverse win. 1
They hurled him from bis seat in tbe Senate,
which he had occupied for thirty years, de- . In view ot such an enormous consumption,
featcdhim most ignominiously ior Governor and the high value of silk in Europe, tbe ques
lat yesr, and again constructively this year, tion arises, how tbe emergency is to be met.
and forever put it out of bis poer to play th I This may bi done by retrenchment in the use
irauor again, co wim i-ooie ana Siemens,
and nthrrs we could name. So with Houston,
oae of the most remarkable instances on re
cord. From this public men may learn that
their only safety is in obeying the will of their
constituents, no matter whether it may ad
vance them personally or not. The pecpie are
quick to detect tbe traitor, and once detected,
there Istio end to tbe infamy and degradation
to which lie is doomed. Let public men re
member the fate of Beaton and Houston.
ZKUFTlSN or VC1CVIC1.
Aletter fiom Naples, of the 29th, says:
' For some time past the subterranean noises
beard by the guides of Vesuvius indicated an
approaching eruption, aad the inhabitant in
he neighborhood of the mountain were under
considerable alarm. During the last fort
night tbe smoke thrown up from the crater baa
become much thicker than usual, and the veil
ing before last a long train of liquid firs was
seen descending oa the side of toe Ottajuna
at a place called Fosao del Faraone, an iiu
laenae ravine oppon'e the sea, and out of
reach of any dinger to the inhabitants of Por
.ici, Resini.and iorr de Greco. At Naples
aa immense crowd assembled to witness th'
spectacle, aad at night a number of foreigners
proceeded to the n-ountain, the torches of thr
guides being visible ttiere in every direction
rbe lava has already run a distance of about
half a mile."
THE 1TALIAK COSIPinATOBS1 CONFESSION.
Fm iks PiriiCor. Ibe L'frijaTla.-i.
The trill of tbe Italians for conspiring to
assassinate thr Eaperor will take place on
iheG.h or Sth uf next month; certain formali
ties presrribed by the law when accused per
sons are tried by defaalt, have to be previously
eeae through. Tb Pocureur Gexeral wilt
prosecute oa behalf ef thecrown
uf the indictment are the fullox.ijg : In , the
ea.iv pl. m mc tavmu wi. hhc lasi, iv iauic
othe knowledge of the police that sereral
Italians had aeiarly arrived in Paris, and bad
beea la frequeat costatuuicatioa with Mazzint.
i ti o'h- m -mbers of the ''Central European
sue (.oi.ee watched carefelly the movements
of these men. On the lOlh of June three let
ters from Genoa were seized at the Poat Office.
ftiey were ascertained to proceed from Mazzi
ti. One was addressed to a person named
Campauella.one of the contributors to Mazzi
Hi's paper, V Italia dtl Popdo ; tbe second was
addressed to Massarenti, and me third, which
consisted ealy ef a few lines, to Tibsldi. Ia
iie letter to Campaneila, Mizztui, after giving
ins-ructions apparently reining lo tbe attempt
made in Italy, added that it was above alt ne
cessary logive every attention to the affair '-Pa-na"
'bat this waa the mo it argent ami (he
taost important, and, in fC, everything de
pended ou it, lie also announced that Masjir-
nii had informed him tbat two men bad pre
sented themselves, that if these were good men
aid true the must get money, in order to be
able to fpenda month at Paris, and that a bank
er aaoulj be applied to ; Mezzini added that
-Here were two otner men at mat moment also
n Paris, but that it wa. necessary each of tbeseimifl. .,. .
gronpj tbonM art separately and independently,
-ud have no communication wim eaca oluer.
Tbe let er ended by a few words of reco-m nen-
latioo foe the Hue Neure JMeuilmontant, where
the proper material would be faun J. Tbe per
son to whom that recommendation was address
ed was, it appears, Tibaldt, wbo resided in the
Rue Menilmeutant. He was immediately ar-
tcated, Mid bis house searched by the police,
woo discovered rive pomarusanu tweniypistols
loaded. The letter of Mazxlni to Massarmti
contained instructions of the same kindasthnse
a Ibe letter addressed to Catnpanella. The
letter of Mazzinl addressed to Tibaldi was de
livered by two men, wbo were described in itaa
persons in tma etery coaifence couiu ue re
posed. These two men, Bartolotti and Grilli,
aad recently coaie from London, where they
uad been tn censtantcommunieation with Maz
in, before the dpartureor. the latter from
lue same dar that Tibaldi was arrested.
Barteiotti and Grilli called at bis bou;-. They
Aere nceired by the police agents, wbo had
beea stationed lo guard tbe place, and were at
oace taken iato custody. .The .search for.
further proofs was continued, and leu to the
Jiscetery ot a copious correspondence, which.
it apt ears, coeuruied me indications contalnei
ia ibe letters seized on tbe l'Jlb. In one.letter
iddrestrd to the prisoners, the negligence of
oe ef tbe accomplices Is mucn complained of.
and he is Informed mat tpericux is greatly dis
satisfied with his conduct. In the course of
Us examination br the magistrate, Bartolotti
ia said, te'mrsnade a. complete avowal. H
s-atni that he had Had two Intel news with
MazlDtnin London, and alsD with a French-
nan, who, be says, was Ledru Rollin, and that
t was in consi-quer.ee or uese interviews thai
be was sent to Paris with Grilli. His mission
n-as, hi declares, not to make an attempt on
fie lire or me Emperor, out to remain cou
taotlr oa the watch near tbe Tuilleries. In or
der to ascertain wben his Majesty went out.
Unlit at tirst dented me tacts, utarterwani
a hi that, as Bartolotti had confessed, he cou
ld ered that he himself was released from hit-
jatb, and Ibat he should tell all he knew. He
trowed the objector ma coming to fans,, and
hat the order he had received was to make at
attempt upon the Emperoi's life. -In order t.
prove tbe truth ot what he said, he menfl6af I
he spot wncre ue uaa conceaiea iwo poinsrar
which Tibaldi bad eiven bim one torvhlmsell
tad tbe other for Bartoltttfc The arms we e
ound in the place indicated, libaldi, wbc
as rerMed In Paris for some years as a me-
hnir rtinues to denr nis Dirtieinalion ii
he plot. Tbe trial, as 1 have said, is expect
d to open oa Ihe 6tb. It will last two days
he prisoners not speaking t reneb; the examl-
nation will be conducted througj the medidm
if interpreters. Among me papers seized a.
n.nna relative to the late attempt at insurrec-
Jon In Naples are several curious document..
J escribing the plans or ui .niuraust isciion
li is not probable that tbese papers, .which
save been discovered by French police agei.ts,
will be allowed to see ue lieot. - -
JtZrOLT ttt MAPACAICAK.
Ths new muicu we rewive lruta MaJagas-.-.
sivs tbe Cernern of the ,Mauritn.s, is
mo it important. A revolt has burst out.jn the
province of Emlme.and upwards of four thou
sand insurgents had made their appeararce at
Taaaniriro before the Q-ieem claiming rrote--
tioa aj;alBsTlbe Sets rf brutality cf Ler de e
rate. in the provinces. But riot oilv th -n
comn'ninta were unattended to, but elehtier
hundred were arrested and thrown IlIo c n-
fine meat, to be nat to dealt cntbe first ef J inr.
at thn f'tr of "tne Jjain' me greatett or ite
The . counts proceed to ssr: " II a' pears
"however, that Prince Rakou'e, on learning tie
UKUIUUVl Ult icri, W,U.II LIULCSb-Q
erainit sostnemnary an order, and affirm '
the exec ition thould not take place. He ad
ded. Uiat already too much blood had been shed
by bit m 4hcr'i goverrnent, and that it waa
his firm ia ention, for tbe fVure, to see that a
more butatne and more equitable ej stem of
admlnlatraUon thould be feted on wi-h respect
to the Hova people. TbH deeUrailrn, made
publicly, In presence of the queen, cf her min
ister, and of the whole cnur . had Jirodneed n
immense sensation, and grave events were ex
pectei,ii eisetbeg jverin..-vti uird topro-
execuuoa pi me prisoner i.
atava on the 17a May.topn
, v v. nhi.i-i
Dt ) Dad quill) a lu
proceed to Eu.irne,
to Uwed by ths-preclous objects which he mi
koute. This lattrr had sent five of his al Jes-le-earoj
o meet -bim, and the Queen bad
plare'd at his orders a numerous escort. It
was supposed that he tnlghtTeacb Tananarive
id about-a ioi-u!'ve, fi tW to be presei-t at
it fttti of The Hatb.' " niertresence
it. lyitrrs ot earvesseis or-
. , B . 1..
bad proucfat Tatnata.areat sensation.
THE tATEST Btroail IS ITALY.
clirnsnnel- to the Emperor of the French, tn
ordertdaiiurbis"iMij4!jr thatlhe reforms
demanded do not exceed the limits markei out
in his letter to M. Edgar Ney.
THE SAKDINlAir CABINET AND THE raESENT
BTATt or ITALY.
jiThe tFrench Government journal, La Pajt,
says LI appears t j be Confirmed ttjt Coaiit
Cay ,-ur has addressed a note to the Cabinets of
Europe explanatory of the position of Sardinia
peating the npintot. tbat'the situation of the
lulian Government, can: ouly be ameliorated
bvthc auoptionotalibtril jiolicy an.1 a con-
..TttTS ,VJ .AS .-t .....
wimrespecrto taerfateieveuts in liaiy, au re
stitutlonil system. Ifls said that the note
speaks of tbe Improved state of Loinbardy
mi, opposed to I XusJf', July --A semi-omeisl pu)licattoo that bring home weeping and. sorrow to many
tt-h .11 .J 1 i,'i.!r,if Ttn-ni unA .Rlvnln lliir Knvrr- Th- T V U.iJi. Pint Cmllh if
htiiff defeat ad-l nors Kvebf ec couimTnirtreil lhrolletroce offi- ! .w London. Conn.'.ir'at thebfttoin'of I.onc
, Mince the. concessions were made by
di: for 'heJro.Bd ,ni, aiju,on , rfgaided ai
j' V 2 a more ariexaaijr feeling towards Aui
It is stated that the cabinet is about to pre
pare a note deittned to make kneyvn to foreign
Governments tbe plans 4t the1 revolutionary
chiefs, ami especially the raanojuvers of tbe
Muratist jvarty . . r
From the Feau:rttln J
An Inlerfesllng" correfprdeaee from Lyons,
states the main remits of this year's silk crops
in diiTereiit nrts of Europe.- It is reported
that. in Tuscany and tbe Levant alone, tbe
crops are " very une mat tuey are"Detter
man las: jear" in trance, rpain, ana apies,
j and " very bad " in Piedmoul and Lombard)'.
,( Frame, where they are cheaper than in
i aillc Harvest, tne price or cocoons uas risen so
considerably, is probably mainly awing to tbe
decjded failuie in Lsuibatdy. Lombard used
to eersgarded as' the first silk region in Eu
rope, yielding aanuail) some2$,O0O,O00 pounds.
Ihe production of the entire Austrian Empire,
Including Lombard- and Venice, amounts to
more than 50.000,000 pounds. France ranks
next to Austria. Her siik production in 1835
was 18,000000 pounds, which reached 43,000,
000 pojrdt hi 1351. It has sine been reduced
by the disease pievailing amongst the silk
worms, which originated, as is suspected, in
over-production, to its -present inefficient con
dition. The (disease having spread to almost
every region, and its remedy not as yet having
been discovered, justifies the exposition that
the price of silk will continue high for an in
definite riumbir of years.
Tbe United States use more silks than any
country on the globe. The following table
shows Us! year's consumption :
SUlt end Utnufatiurct of SJt iaportli into Me
Untie Statu ia IS36.
. piece Go 4
noir nKi mde oa tr.me..
1 nnrmr. t "ipisrf"."'.'.' .'.'"
j J1 .tisrt'ir" eUi;:.":::
..... 360 133
59 1 .m
of the luxury, which, however, is but a nega-
tire processl-a mere exreJieut-and by In-
creasing the production of sift; which. In-
deed, w-uld be a positive means of encounter-
in, ttm vll 'I7il Tiiwhlv in.nt . i.l.r.
eating todus'ry once successfully established
here, silk would be more generally worn than
it is at present, and we should be independent
of foreigt markets and failure of crops abroad.
Ihe accomplishment ot that must desirable
object is by no means too sanguine an expecta
tion. Formtr experiments furbit-h positive
evidence that our soil .ami climate are very
well adapted to tbe culture of silk. In I6i0,
for instance, the ai.Ic production in tbe United
States araouuted to ssme GI.UOO pounds, which,
it was found possible iu sugmtnt in the short
space of three years to -500,000 pounds. This
fact settles all doabts as to natural rapacity.
Ihe acquisition of experience, tbeir, is all that
is recmed to raise this country to the rank of
one f the greatest silk regions in the world.
Hie climate of the Southern States resembles'
Uiat of China', which is most propitious to the
Wben in spite of the above named advan
tages our firat efforts in tbe cdltureof silk hare
faned, the result is te be attributed net to nat
ural, but to artificial obstacles, which it ma
be perfectly practicable to rera-ve. The tariffs
of 1S-U aad ot 1S-I0, imposed duties on botb
manufactures of silk and raw silk. Now, th
fact of tbe latter having been taxel, operated
against domestic manufactures, reducing their
chances of successful competition in tbe pre
cise ratio of tbe duties levied on rawmateria Is.
Under thia arrangement American manufac
tures deemed, and as an unavoidable conse
quence the home market for raw silk, and
with it the prospects ot our silk producers.
We must have a market for silk at home before
we can expect its culture to become a remune
rative business. Tbe tariff act of 1S57, ad
i utiinu: law Biiih iicci butts uufi ill" lACIIIUCS
i , t ..i.fc.i.h1'. ......
mitting raw silk free, thus offering facilities
marktt4 derel.pment of silk msnafac
lures promises great advantages. Of the
S3 ' OOo OOo paid last year fer foreign goods at
least Oy.i,000 represent the cost or labor,
while 6,090,000 is a liberal estimate of tbe
raw uMtetial. The propfr measures adopted,
legislative aad indusirial, there is little doubt
but. that iu, perh.ps, leas than ten years we
might be ab. to gain these $26,000,000 our
selves. We have abundance of laboring forces
only partially eiaploted. It is an imperative
necessity to provide tiem with stead)- occupa
tion. The silk industry furnishes a kind
of work especial y adapted for females,
which constitutes another great advantage.
Che silk manufactures of France occupy about
200,000 operatives, the produce of whose laboi
per year is estimated at $100,000,000. Our
national consumption amounting to nearly one
third of the production ef France, we sueuld
accordingly be ab.e to provide work for at
least 00,000 people. The fact that a few silk
manufactures existed in tbe United States pre
vious to tne tariff act, passed during the las'
session of Congress, encourages the hope that
if that act should net produce the desire
effect in regard to tbe development ef domestic
inanjractures on a large scale, the object may
till F A sitAliirJiihsil irillinnf A.. J.l.l.
I ' J
A Royal Haibdbisskr Mr. Isodore, lbs
Q ieen's cotir, who receives twr thousand
pounds a year for dressirg Her Majesty's hair
twice a tlay, had gone to London In the morn
ing, meaning to rettrn to Windsor In time foi
toilette, but on arriving at tbe station was just
five minutes too late, and saw tbe train depart
without him. His horror was great, as he
-new bis want of punctuality would deprive
bim of his place; so he was obliged to take a
special trair; and tbe establishment, feeling
the importance of his business, put on extra
steam, and whisked him the eighteen miles in
eighteen minutes for IS.Rjikit't Journal
The Nafoleok Rcgimc. Two distinguish
ed historical characters, identified with tbeNa
.poleonjregime, recently died in Paris. One cf
them was Ihe son of Lucien Bonsparte, and
inereiore -nepaew or me great hmperor. Hi
was nfty-five'years old, -and leaves eight child
ren, three of them sons and fire dauhtr. Thi
other ia Napoleon Ney, Prince of Mayenne.
who is the sin ot tbe heroic Marshal Ner, so
.1 : : : u .. i 1 1 , r , , J ..
uis.iiiuibucu iii aii vi npoieons wars, ne
was fifty four years old. His political career
commenced under Louis Pbitlippe, who, on the
19th -ot November, 1831, created him a peer of
rrance. 10 a reproacu addressed to him fx
kitting amon? the peers wbo coidrmned bn
father, he replied that be only accepted tbe
peerage in oiurr lo oe in a oeuer poaltton U
demand justice tohia father's mrmorr. ' lie
did nitlake hisseat till lb37, and then he join-
eu uie upRuii.ion. r
, Pesjo.n'al. A Loiu Jiranch correspondent
i me lremoa uuteut gires .account of a re
uke administered to a patty ot fashionables at
'.bit place. Gov. Newell, of New Jeraev. anr
his wiferhariharrired at the Mansion Hooai
just at me dinnertioifr, en'erd the dining hal.'
jriujc -ui 3. cuineu ucr amre. ids parti
alluded ;o immediately, not knowlrr her. miH.
nldible ifmarks on her appearance, and.spokr
inorgnaniiy, necaose me waiters, to wDom Got
V. was known, waited cn him. Various In-
salting allusions were made In tbe table eon.
ersation. In the evenmr. when Mr V n.
jfareffn the pat Ior in full dr?sj, she was sa-
utea py a gemieman woo Happened to be a
nend ol the ladles In tbe fashionable nartv
jnd-wbo, sutsrqueDtly,.on tbeir inquiry, in-
Vrntsil flSam urfin tra V TV
tiately sent abject apologies, which sbe refused
w uji m ' u nwv 4.1 nan, ilirr linrnp-
o receive not on account of personal resent.
Jient, but because their conduct exhibited then-
is -persons not fitted to associate with Pennine
adter, and she would not recognize them as
Miss Madeline Smith. An Ir.tellie-fnl
JCOiCU eenueuun.wuo.ieir. uiassow on tne
25Ji nlt-,-1nforms the editor of the Philadel
hia Post that the public, sentiment in Glas
gow wan ravoraoie to Miss smith, me alleged
murderess. He says :
"Tt ts tine that a very large f nod was raised
by subs-rittion to defend her. She bore up
wim apparent lansjroui a do. sen-pessession
luring tbe trial, yrt; mougn sue sat seemingly
inmored during tbe public reading of her lore
etters. her put, when taken to prison, was
a low as twentr-i;bt- Her family were re-
nnted wealthy. Cut could scarcely be consid
ered so, though her father kept a prirat cha
riot and pair, for he lived fully up to his In
rnm. Madeline Smith, wr learn, had no Idea
nf vi.iiii, the United States. Her purpose
(the execution of which was delayed by her
mother's dangerous illness is to go to India,
There she nas rica rciaiivrn. x.-Angeiier, we
:arn. was a fiirtinr. frivolons young fellow.
wbo danced well, and, though his intellect was
low, was a general farortie wim me steady
u bonny lassies" ot Scotland. He is rery mueb
unlamented, and it was beliered that his atten
tion to Miss Smith w.a on account of her re
The Cunningham Babt ok Exhiiitiow S
It is a fact thit ibe babr which Is i ot Mrs. I
Cckmkohams has bn placed Um eWbition
atBnj:tJM's,in NewTork. A fewp. rticular
rlends were permit d to ser It ,n Its n wqaar-
.ers yes'erdav, bat the nnbll' at Urc, it is an- i
nouncel, can k it ooWwitbout ex'ra charRe,"
the arms ot la mother, wbo w.II a t on a ,
aisei platform, readr to answer (If at ey all
lit curious questions that may besked. '
!xl&iTrill Accldcut on the-SMHafSl
raorELLSB su.f rx)irM and sunk
JXaajrief the Pssuiogerajaid JCriy Iatj-
FrouttaaXv Tort iris int. (j
Another of those terrific marine
Island Sound. Sbe was ion into on Fridav
piht, or rather Saturday uoriicgabout twit
o'clock, oft" New Haven, by the steimer Alt'
tropalit of the Fail River tine, which struck
tbe propeller amldshlp with such 'force asfu
sink her so suddenly tharalt of the' passenger
or crew below decks were lost.
it is sild that sbi wentdawn In three min
utes after tbe colliaion, carrying with her, it is
supposed, thirteen, perhaps mote, persons.
Among the passengers lost tbo following
re ascertained. ,,
Wife lrd child of A. L. Sinlth.of Brooklyn;
J?iss Gordon, dauehter of George Gar .on,
New York John. Kllmh-lh and Marv hmtth.
rk ; Jobn, Elizabeth and Mary Smith,
of the captain of tbepropeller.
" . -it, ' r-a r tiA - -
Stephen Prentice, of New London, mate of
the propeller; George Alen, deckhand ; Mary
Yiith'is, chambermaid; Ann Willis, cook;
Gentleman, wife and child, names and resi
In addition to these, a gentleman was sa af
f cted by fright at the terror of ths sudden
arcldent that be was taken with an apoplec
tic fit, of which be died on the nteamer.
SIECTIKO OF PASSES-CESS OF THE METHOPOLI.
After the first alarm of tbe acci't.nt bad
somewhat subsided on board the stesmr, the
shock of eours; having awakened all the sleep
ers ami hronrht everv one on deck, a meetinf
was extemnoriz. and a committee annotated
to collect funds to relieve, in some measure, ' glc ojer-j though we iiave our own opinion that
the most pressing wants of the sufferers a .'10 tne dpr-ciativn owes as much, if not more, to
were saved from the wreck, and also for the 1 tb rhtj .dter of the warfare recently made
benefit of tbe families of t'loie wbo were lost-'isf" ..Wiass securities, than to" xjast or grnerens
-The following gentlemen were ap'.ointil a . untussion or lue errors or me railway sys em,
the committee t Lowell Mason, Jr., New Yi rk;iTb argument has still less plausibility in whai
th Rev. It W riarlr. Ttronkli n- W P Jnnrr. iso OCCUK
Portsmouth. N. H. t J. IL Frolfiinrhsm. Eos-
These genllemen at once proceeded to the
duties impoeea upon mem oy meir iniow.pas-
sengers, and collected tbe sum of Fonr un-
drtd and Sickly fitt DoUarta. very han3-
some amount to be realized from Ihe persons,
on board the steamer
The committee will take charge of any :
farther donations that tbe citizens of New.
LU I lull UUH.LIuiia . u u . uuhuj w l
York or other benevolent persons jaay be disl
posed to forward mem ror me purpose or, ar;
fording relief to these very distressing cases of
EFrOBTS TO SAVE LIFE AP FaOFEETT.
The steamer lay by tbe spot where the acci
dent occurred, steaming slswly around till
after daylight, throw Ing out life-preservers and
sending boats to cruise around to render arsis--tance.
if possible, to aor one' that might br
chance be found floating upun spars or life-)
preserrers from the wreck. r V ' '.
The search was not relinquished until ill
hope of rendering further assistance to any one
was giren up. . . -
The night was clear, and a beautiful moon
lieht rested uron the Sound, rtrealing Ihe
struggles of tbe lost, and a.I the heart-rending,.
scenes attending, such a catastrophe, iu most
Thr hrioVfirao pt th tiht shnnld hv
been an effectual guard ajainst tbe calamity,
and a fearful responsibility attach's some
where; but in ttie absence of facts, we prefer
to make no further comment at present.
X T21SILL1NG INCIDENT.
Amonz many thrilling and most heart-rend
ing incidents that occurred, tbe following vasj
related to me by an eye u ttr.ess :
A woman was seen struggling in tbe water,
PP"zner irian- cmia m ner arms-a
rope was thrown ter, which fell within her
i "lch. ,b.er ml&F'V'?Ai T
" "i?,'.'""' relinquishing her hold upon
She looked up, catv the rope, saw those wht
would have given almiit their own hold upon
life to save hers, then pressed her child ti hei
breast and sank forever. - L
FCXTIIEE rABTICOLABa STATEMENT OF THE
CAFTAtX AND PILOT OF THE alETSOPOLIS.
Capt. Brown, of tbe Metropolis, makes the
following statement in brbtlf of himself and
Capt. Lewis, tbe pilot. Cpt. Brown was in
bis state-room atthelimetbedisasteroccurred,
and all that be knew of tbe circumstanr.es,
prior to the collision, was what be had learned
from the pilot. The Mtlrcpolii It fr Fall river
ou Friday evening about 7 o'clock, with be
tween 3AJ and 300 passengrrs.
About 'l o'clock mis murutng, when between
Faulkland Island and Ne Haven, ihe pllpt
discovered what he suripsed to be a echooner,
about a point and a halt on tits starb ard bow
She had sails set, and showed no ligb's for
ward, and but very light aft, circumstance
abieh led him, in ihe hazy sUte of the weather,
to believe that ii was a schooner goltig before
Tne Metropolis was hea ling west half south,
and the other vessel east balf norh. Instean
uf porting bis helm, as he would have done for
a steamer, supposing tbe other vessel to be a
schooner before the wind, and consequently
the neht of way, the pilot f the Mtlrop ol u put
Dis helm aatar&Ojrd- Un th: other vessel Ihe
ease was different; from tbe great bight and the
lights ot tht Jfrupolix, the. could be no mis
take as to her character. The captain of the
propeller accordingly put his helm a port, and
in conseqience ot tbe mistake on the part of
Capt. Lewis of the Slelroptlit, the two vessels
ran across each other's bo as.
The mistake became apparent- to the pilot of
the Metropolit in a very short time, and be
stopped his engine, bat it was then impossible
to aver the catastrophe. The Metropolit struck
the propeller between her fure and tniimnas's.
and cut her almost in two. Tbe shock was
scarcely felt on the Metropolis but the propel
ler filled almost immediately.
Capt. Brown was ixmtJiately at bis post,
and ordered his men to lower tbetbqats to save
life. As usual at such times, lUere wa s a great
deal ot excitement, and passengers rushing to
and fro gave orders as fast as the captain
fhey also threw orer-board life-presVrters,
stools, chairs, and anything that would lloat
In a short time a srace bruf eren when com
pared with the rapid sinking of the propeller
the steamer's dingy Was sdoat, and the two
great quarter-boats speedily followed her. But
ihe propeller, in less tbau two minutes, bad
Everyone thatwss afloat was picked ffpand
taken to tbe Metropolis. Three of tbe pro
pellers's paasengers saved themselves by cling,
eg to the guards of me Metropolis and Capt.
Leonard Smltb, of the propeller, was preaerv
ed in tbe same way. Two persons swam to
he steamer's wheel, and clambereil.up through
tbe wheel-hojse to the deck. , A lady was seen
in the water, clasping her Babe to her bosom,
but before tbe host could reach her, the waves
closed over them both.
Tbe propeller sank in sixteen fathoms of
water, and thirteen people went down" with her.
Twelve were saved, among them Capt. Leonard
dmith, engineer, Geo. Thompson, Kueeland
Ward, foreman, and three of the crew. Tne
Metropolit remained in the vicinity until day
light, hoping that some person might have
floated off on the rabbi b, hut tbe only slen of
he disaster visible wv a wide trail of oil overs
the spot where it occurred. '
The passengers of the Metropolis organized
a meeting andcolleeted over $100 In aid of the
survivors, and the friends' of the. lost. A cm
mittee was appointed, and tbe funds were tflV
jibuted according to tha ntedinest of the aut
'erers. Capt Smith lost three of bis children
in tbe propeller, and of a family of nine, has
inly one left, a, little babe cf three months
now with Its mother IntNtw Linden. Iu ad
ition to Ibis affliction, be is a heavy pecuai
arr loser by the disaster.
The pilot of IDejJjdropoiu nas been engaged
in. bis present profession for many,. years,. and
las the reputation ot being one of tbemosf
skilful and cautious men on the Sound. His
ritf at the misfortune is. almost as keenas
hcugh the loss were members of his, own.
STATE E EST OF CAPTAIlf SMITH, OF TUE.PBC
FELLEX. Upon going to the iiropaIi,.ly(ng at Pier
N'o. 3, North Kiver, at It) o'clock, our repone;
ounl Capt, Leonard Smith, of the propeller J
.V. Harris. He was overpowered with.rief '
Ina excitement from the effects r tlii"terr'
ile diaasterVths" !ehoek of whTeh-ia. nVjiaerd
by the loss of threeTot his' children, nd unable
o give a perfectly clear account of the melan-H
He, however, cheerfully fcrfifshed all the lis
'ormation he could. Ile.aali) .that tbey left
fier io. i-i, norm mver, at & o'cjoce yeslei
tay afternoon, with fourteen passengers and i
-raw of eleven ment IncjodlngjUiimseir, and a
argo of mercandize of various kinds, con
igned to merchants inw C4nd&n4
Nothing uniuutl, occurred until? o'clock or.
Saturday morning, when 'b'etweeir Faulkland
filaniT'anrt New Haven, at whlch'Ume the nro-
,eller was struck just forward bf the pilot ,
ocie uf i steamer Metropolis, anu suuM in
ess than three minutes
The Captain appeared to have only a con
tused idea of the cause of the collision, and
leelined to express aiy opinion rilh regard to
t Tbe propeller bad one siil set and a stern'
ight out at the time she was s'rnck.and Capf '
j in. . i. . .
imiui Kcmea 10 aaopi ue npmioii euiertaiiieu
y mose oa board ot the Metropolit that tin
Hot ot tbe latter, from seein the sail of the
jropeller, supposed her to be a sail vessel, ana
ittempted to pass her in a different direction
romtbat he would if he had known herrear
Capt, Smith dtl not know lire names ofall
the'pis'sesrers, (the lis! was on board the nro-
peller,) neither did be recollect the names of
all tascraw. bueb ?s he .could recall to mem
iry.we give (with their fate) as follows:
Wuile Cant. Smith was citipp us his state
ment, a painfully affecting inci lent transpired,
An elderly gentleman named Gordon, wbo on
tea lerr.oop previous uaa placed bis daugbter,
- bea itiful maidso of J3, in care of Captain
Smith for New London, came into the sa
Capt Smith bad sent'a mesare to him. In.
forming him ot the melancholy fate cf his
child ; but th old man, hearing of tie disas
ter, hurried off before it reached bis hous-, and
came down to inquire for his child.
He approached the Captain slowlv. as
though be would cling to his faint hopes as
long as possible. He gazed for a moment at
the hardy stamin, and then, in a voice tremu
lous with emotion, he said: "Well, Captain,
I bare come down after my daughter."
The Captain turned away his head, and ex.
(endeding his hand, murmured, Sue's lost!";
and burst Into tears. I lie old man ereaped it.
. i ti i . rw. p. it it . i ,
i?..i .. n. I
.......j . r
Liher ajain, and then. Ihe old matr tottered
.war. aa lhoueh another twentv wir.tera had
been tdded to bis life,
THE IWWT T0 Tt MiTBorom
Is slight. Tilt on'y Jmti e she sua ai edwa
ihe carrying awaytf three or fear feet -of the
cut - water.
ISU-U-M r-U .i ill m. ' Oa slit jj j ' .
Theaesois out of uMVrrsal abundance.
and, 111 ir.oit secuora of the couairr. suotf a-
fbrmdsneeatbegreat'stof all material bl?ss
U'Ctjovi crojfr, inert rcoi4U4s iiopeg to
ban? djiatj tipin oa - thli . satjtct, , Jkr
croakers of the snrine and eirlv summer
rational s round to pre-
bey did aitVsQcb an
Vmi.hsis. 'Loast of
all had they reason to suppose or proclaim the
ilninlnn Mill )!.. rr-r US. I u-itJ nlk t, . .Kl.
,1 to hwvejt'more than suterieurTOwn sup-
por - In ibis they oi.ly proved themselves
greater pests to the edmmnnity than the back
ward aprirg and unseasonable fains were to
toe agrteiiiturjs-, mey cave vovr to take
bick Il their predictions, and one of the num
ber, has tie fo'ly to qualify bis defeat by as
ser ing that the crops-prove so generally bun
dant'that (her will brinfuo mo.iey la the mar
kets. The -farmer can atford to take the.
cnances on tnis punt, but Le Is not me party
designed to be annoyed- The false theory It
supportedfot mlscbirf Iu other quarters.
The hopes and credit of the merchant and
banker, and the transportation prospects of
the railway proprietory to bo blighted by
agricultural abundance. In one word, finan
cial confidence is. If rtoas ble. to bo disturbed
rail rouid, as it has already been shaken In ine
pr.vwo particular interests. It is full time, in
the estimation of those sagacious and panic
making journalists, that a "crisis" shou'd
come. '4 tic country is too prosperous to be
sound. It has been prosperous tco long cot to
rendrr tbe general convulsion said to be ap
proaching a necessity.. Such Is ihe resionixg
resorted to iu the midst of the greatest gram
harvests this country has ever known, and on
tbe eve of one of the largest and moat valua
ble cotton crops our Souineru plantations have
ever yielded. The argument has po support in
what Las occurred, except in the sluele cir
cumstance that tbe railway credit is depieei-
aieu now, or or woat means, or for what
, Jurinsle caiise, we shall not now stoo to wran-
It wdutiTbe folly lo spend words on this
point, We are quite sure our readers, whether
in town or coutrry, will excase a recapirule
. vi uie-proois mat our gooa crops must
nnd, If not good, at Nast fair markets, bo h at
iwUoe and abroad. Tbey are neither blind to
what Is going ort at our own Cora Exebai'ge,
i-i lue present, ice Dome demand mo
BOnoHses, and at round nricri. everything that
is brought forward in the shape of breadstuff,
, .7a mmfn. wa .ikn.ig.uu)
nor Ignorant of the fmrnease wants of Europe!
Ibev neither. overlook? the fact ofeabundinr
iu Great Britain and. France tis year, nor the
absence of old stocks in tbeir granaries from
last yeai's yield. Tbe msnafaeturing activltj
of these two States, and tbe almost universal
proaperity and cuntentedness ef their peopli,
will make their coi sumeis far beyond tbeir
home supplies of wheat, while fer iBdian corn,
which is every year growing into a staple of
prime'iiecessity to Great Britain, the reliance
nuat, of course, be exelusivelr oa the United
StatesTas much so as for ths more Important
We assume, therefore, tliat gvod crops and
eonnd creUit must, in me ordinary course, go
together. Such will be their course ibis year.
it me country were already embarraseed in its
5ntrnaltrade ot ecrrency, or greatly behind
. 'n i-s foreign commercial exchanges, the case
jnlsht admit of a lestion. But we start fjlr.
vuu im roumence in me maieriai aoiiliy,
"tunc u aiougu.u in lue merranuieaoe
SaoliTiig prudence of Ibe country, to s'and fair
anJ sDund at home ad abroad. A". Y. Timet.
Corrtsroadc&e ef the Josinil it Cerametce.l
Paxis, July 23. 1867 The moment ha's5arr
rived ,wben all the Parisian dames leave the
tiusjy streets of the capita- to take tefu'e from
tbe heat, either In their ehatteaux, or atone of
me various summer resent. Fashion and fine
toilettes -emigrate 'to the' Ptrenees, Badn Ba,
den. :-. The show rooms of Madame Fatttt,
i Jiae da juenart, are tilled, morning, mid-da)
and evening, wim costumes ot a tetallr differ-
est description and style from tbe toilettes
which 'we tee on tbe Boulevards and the
i-birtnHs-EIjsees. One of tbe robes is a sum
mer ball dress, of wbte tailetane omamentr,
with'tiMiT fl jwers and little straw cords. Tbe
i ody ia plsiu, low and round, at the waist, with
a drapery oa tbe bosom, and bebied trimmed at
the lower edge with a beamed flounce ana
doable plaits, in which are bows of straw cord.
ftie short and putfeii sleeves are placed under a
narrow flounce, bordered with a straw cord on
be hem. Tbefri-ntof tbe skirt ia puffed in Ihe
prou style, luree skirls form tunics open ii
front; they are very full, aud are each border
d with a hem, and drcorated with two rows ot
uimmincsJ consis ine of straw tresses. Six
smaij furbelow ff-jtinces terminate tbe longest
Skin; mey Dare raen a Hem, on which is
run a straw ornament consisting or tw
resses. with Ihe -distance of an Inch betweri.
hem, in which are small straw diamond
The coiffure is of field flowers, with
lung crass, torming a ccruou on the top of tne
head, with tufts ai the sides, and a cache -peine
pcuiBU. Anouier is a wnite muslin dinner
-tress, trimmed with fine hemmed and fluted
floaii'-es. Tne high and gathered body is with
out basques. The steeves are of the pagoda
form, and irave, three frills to m-stch those of
be skirt. A pretty Louis 13 a fichu, with
fluted frills, is woru. ou Ibe bedy.QA thitd
pattern consisU of violet silk, with three
flounces, forming a triple skiit, Oa each
floui.ee there are three rows ot Moorish fringe.
The ceLsage is high and raved, and is trimmed
with tbe fame fringe, placed like frog across
tbe breast Tbe sleeves have three bias-cat
frills, decor te.l like those ot the skirt The
milliter, or breakfast dress, which has ?un
the greatest favor, is oae ef buff quilting, hav
ing a plain skirt, with a jacket aad pockets ir.
the lung lappets, and trimmed with braid to
match, and mother of pearl Buttons. Em
broidered jaconet 1 also much wera as a
bfeakfatt toilette in the country. The collars
and andeisleeves are of ii.as.iB, striped with
narrow black velvet For a la e hour of the
day'we see many black and while checked
silks, trimmed with purple side ornaments..
B ack silk burnotis, decorated with pink
ruches, are the most convenient wrappings tt,t
be morning and evening hours at tbe watering
Ilie large rojjBdjtal Is he noirertal coffure.
of fady excursionists! ' Oht favorite milliner.
)Iadame A pQ0iiaine12 J?ut de Hilder. fa si.
ions uiese iiais or aniauMie variety or mate
rials, shape, color and trimmirg,the extra ele
gant are those bf eltfafr rice straw or Leghorn
ornamented wim a lOLgwnite leaiDer, rich rib
bns and bill powers or reset: but the ha
which we see habitually is ef brown or grej
tiraw. aecorsiru yrnn a (earner lo maien, or
I a rue bo of ribbon, and a deep lace sewed n.
Ube edge of ihe brim, and forming a shade for
me race.. UQe dress bonnet l only wern lab
ih the evening when the society at the sea-aid
or tbe snas resort to the public gardens, to Ii.-'
tea to tne bands, or ramie and eat Ices. U
these eceasiors foil dress bonnets, such as an
se-n in the theatres and concert balls ot Paris
during ihs winter, are tbe style in rogue
luere are wnite tulle bonnets, me Dead cover
el with. lace feathers, aad around the fac
tips of marabouts mixed wi'.h blonde; oi
-ice siravr bonnets, covered wkd eitlier
black or white, lace fasebon. At the edg
of tbe front there may .be placed a wreatt
of jonquil-colored snow-bails. A branch
ot the same flwr is placed gracefully
on ue leic side ot me ooanei, and nroops. me i
feather. Pink, blue, or yellow crape bonnet
i are arranged iu one plaited piece. In front tbi
I crape forms, a point, and is bordered with
narrow white blonde, which bangs down in th
mi .die : the ornaments are mois-rose buds
C rape bonnets are also covered wHh spotter
oiacE tune; me ironts consist ot rews of rice
straw- passing across and taming up in loop
Joaideare bunches of bloegrapes,that is. whet
tie crape if blue, White crape is arranged
jvriu jeiiow laueia, ana terras; t, very elegan
coiuure ; me rroct is or ivaue crape, and th
crown of yellow silk m'xed with black lace
A very recherche pattern Is that of a blu
crape, with a row of Brussels application lac
cave rise tbe front, and ornamenting th cur
tain. A coronst, I itmei ot a blue feather Irf-
rertwined wiih white marabouts, passes roun
he bead, and terminates at tbe side by a long end
uoaung on me suouiujirs. ai me edge or m
- runts, there are bunches of blue service berrler
'aside Hire tips of feathers. Jewels aboun-
.rjib the light sum i.er custnm. as well as wk
he rich winter attire. Agraffes for mantle
'orevei ing toilette, bracelets, ear-rlrg, liib
eranches of sparkling it ohm for head orna
meats, tvartleularlr coral Btaaajt-t hnimnet, I
orai, imnatioa or. niu ers an diamoo-is, erne
raids, tc, are mounted bj Sarrazln,(I9 Boule
tard Su Uenis,)3od lbeotbercelerated iewe.
. . 1 i i 1 - -
rs, with 'be itty li'btneas and grace wbioi
mark tbe French artificers. No branch ot fe
male attire indicates sa plainly tbe inereasi&a
extravagance and lux iry ot the present as i te
ll nj and no looser usetot ai tele tne pocse
bandkercbiet. Strinrers visiliss tbe tbo
ooois of Chaperon, R-ie de la Pair, ar
) mated at h iDtnjiity displajred in tbe in
en-lan ett tile villous 'styles of pocket-band
(terclrfs. A new description is displayed to
he different bpurs ol tbe d. y, and an endlesr
irarfety in eacn st) le. '
The North Against the Sooth. A rrea
race has; b'cen effected in New T?orlc, which wil
hallet.ge the attention ot al! levers ot tbe turf
Tltf contests of Eclipse and Henry, Baaeomb
and PieCBoj,' Boston a nf Fashion, and Fash
ton and-Peytona are to beientwed ina stmg;!.
ahich will pj baps.prove more exciting thai
i hem all.' Porter's Spirit" a i j s :
Charleston, ihe aiperb Charleston, by Sor-
reln, ontot Millwood, is to meet the renown-
el Nicholas I, by Glencoe, oat of Nannie
iltiodes, and we shall have wbat we mart aim
call a race. This brilliant rxosnect has been
brocrht a bone by Mr J ha L Cassidar wbo
nas icaseu tue rasoion 'iwinf, raatie np a
itake, and secured for it the entrance ot tbe
above named horses.
Mr. Cassidar dors not expect, wiih the brief
nine now ifii uim, ?na me nearness oi tne ran
meetinc in Virginia and Kentucky, to be able
to organize an entire meeting on the Fashion
Coarse this season, but be does the most with
in his power, by olFcrlPC a stake for four mile
oeats, sw,wu entrance, natr loneit, witn an
addition or JiitxX) ir me race is rnn, and secu
ring the entrance of the two horses which stand
foremost of all others in tbe country, and which
the public most anxiously wish to see contend.
Vet predict a great aUernlai.ee on tbe day
when Nicholas and Cbtrleston meet, and from
the fact that tbe horses were foaled in different
sections,and beloDgirgrespertively toa North
ern and Soul hem owLer, we shall expect to see
he sane trit ef intense riralry exhibited
as cnararter zed lus great cooitsc oetween
Eclipse and Htnrr, and most particularly that
of Fashion and' Peytona. Of tbe two present
contestants, Cbantatou uas tbe most gmuois
record ot r-eiformanees, nut trirre are enougo
'here who bellrve that Ni'holas I. is tbe best
' horse uho ever stretched bis limbs orer an j
American trark, to raace tbe bettlrg as sririt
e.l as any may desire. The day selected for ,
tbe race is the 29' n ot September next (ooJ I
day and good track.) '
i i r i ii i " - . a- . . J siB:sassSirTraT aaassaaaa aaaaaasssaagrjsa , , tffdCv
uxorusii tuantii or it nm and curs o
lUUox ittd lnOaiDaitHia itatrsted bf b.s erev'A. 11
taki lh ttlnrest at mtr rrsplln dtsae. aid beats.
...b.im., m ,u,yirwiwi. ui mm m m wrrvi i-;
m Mjtutttade, Wr-rCBM steers, aad caaaroas dlwr
drrs. . v . t tt v . , - j J
Sold al tb nanarctr. Ho. SO Utlitn Laae, Jtrt
T9D, anrssxlsu , at J3c fpe., and tt ft pgt.
Tor rtnvtlnp TSantvrnltcUe Rei;eiind
"V"" mJ n u jtr rtnatruig lAt tam
ftetion tletr and heiutlfvi.
-Ti L4'irfif Ut mesial tr.hV ca4a4rrrllaee
oT U tffliw, at Uds (mbb .ucll:
, SABLSOaO. Jo7 II, ISSS
alxssxs, Joicrn BosxxtjJc Co 0xts :tm
pi(er JMUtttn cam U aaad last (.hc.iadT
im f.ii lo lut a oypor bh Ir Mi aUtoytn luvanS?
wavalB it. JfrruuMplMT ntnl It atsunt did. fr
tnr than two Jte,, and war uy tatak they caaaot do
A (Inci pp-eatlea aas rrpMl iHr irnwrrl ihs
freckles from Ik fc ,t ear II iu Wr, lr Ui ,lla
inractb aalralr. Aadlaa)leuu( samara ar urtta-1
Uaaor th txla, from vhaterer cao, H al tkufar
prttd Itself a pertect ao-1 trrj pleauBt nawd
t can, 1' jou dMlra It, n ,r )o u stTerl,ies r b
but ralanivatdlMaM, tn.wUii I ijuw tb. Xtltisten
ttt iud a wooderfttHT (Sd fSitl J tmi la parU-okr, lie
diuat.terf Vr. Jt ,cm.I mjtilVi, tad'saS'trtd
tmatetj T ar frem raptlB tne palard I. fiiaysutioa
f la iln, fprMr to .ffct tt M luxioe Ttnu,)
lesTlnilt Is terrrat Hee paex-nd ind 'i i -4. A
trw veekssial rroxniaJrd t sua tm XittUton; t
bas ! laforsMd ma that me text of Its aa tits I
very Btrted aad bmrcel.t, Uat tbe lita 6u bee E
Kit and .nuatb, iad lb 18 iia-Hioo arT4nci h
nT dU-ppe.. Ttt. I. . taxt tt aad , w
ten jooiBortaboBtinrbenl jo.
law Uroald sUwtkatl oM oat bell la the cm-
eacr at anr umUe WH I tried .oar XmOUtn, aad I
chmfa ly sie my luiknaaj la Hi liwf
Trs retprraratir, JOBS if. BOTB.
ret pared oolr br Ja?b,BarBeU at 0 , &ilo.
For sate br S. UkSiTltLV X OOt aad dealers to
tra it, meSOe. aad Jlper battl. , '. asS9
WHOLESALE AMD BETAIL DIAIIU IZt
HIDES OIL AXi LEATHER,
NO. 217 MAIN STHBET,
Opporlte Crart Saaars Sura ir tb
tbtlr Hot, cuiaaf la part f Tmea aad An rta
tlV'B?Pl?l? J ytA"'
Sxlrtl tt' Bant, Bridle, Tit and Lip Cpptr Leaiber,
Basmtud and. PaUnt Leatbt o; aH kind; ad. Bat.
ChaaaU, Dttr -Liaise aad Tory'at St la. Al, a rail
... . . "
-- -- - ...uq.
x.e i, t auwy uaravarc aaa u,ras M ailf t
of trrr Tattw ! vblth w iaecfflr"BjTlt tkt
attrstiaa c( ptrsaas tajtix a i or Ue.
Saddles, IlnrEfss, Bridlff, ic.
. WE are no- Jnit rlTlnr a freia aad a-ettcted
stock of socds la tals Uaa, sacb. as
SADDLES, ' BRIDLES,
HAMESi ' ' WHIPS, '
BRIDLE FILLINGS, KORSE COVERS,
LSADDLE BAGS, ETC., ETC, tfr'" J
au oi waica w wm wrm at ia very nrn Basket rate.
auaUADSSy X A R V STBOXI,
X SiXXala. street,
Sljn of tbt Gallm atlrrsp.
Bands! Bands! Bands!
, " rata.a-r.ia Bt er botb.
Vhlat-Slrt'ebd Lratbtr ilk Gnm-Il.tl '
GIN AND MILL BANDS,
at all slaea, from t la ilttrea tatbes wHtb, sod
w are tie Ar-sts of tbe Btat(ac'sr'.tUB el tfceni
as lav at tbr ttntt rd a tb oulut,
Ibeni ta t f the tttl 4bH)t a-i'. "
, and catraaKr
7.DU0.VD30.V InktJTttOKO." .
Ka. in fta stmt,
Slrnfjthe Goldea Stirrup.
WKar pmaredat say tlas' te' pay tb niCHJT
SIARKBT PRtOESto OjSff, fr
DRY HIDES, SHEEP AND DEER SKINS.
Sbipmrat, oHdled, to wairti w 'prmau oar praapt
aad special attteatlOB.
jtoktoKDsey x aiuistroko,
X. tlTHiia ,treal
aesSO-ly iijb, ef tb OoWtn Sllrrafi-.
If we could Imagine
TOAT aa !oJlt!tul M aiti.rrt as article that
-aid tffVelBaRy itnet itta cTiTtns tt baater aad a
lblFtr SaHJ, aad prrrrBt a jTtsra'Bg ded far f4
sad dilak, It w-d ba Itcpoetik' t caetrtrr f tbe 4o-
UUaa xnt botaar -nch a tw vvvtl rteaiTt rrvm Ur
wlwda wSfW. Tel an ladttidaal ma, ditaaver or -
P9sad an article irbteb wtt teeur nery vrsUs f a
iHMuefn,airs3it'B, wbirb Is aleaoit .Its eltr
f haei er aad Urfrsl, aad bat H'te aasf li takes. f
Was or bis artMe. Sb twt ttwti!-. kwTr.Mb
Ljcosraxo's Aaerutn Frter and-Apu Rrwuifi
then tnst to t a ptrfxt rub fr lb artlda, it is so
certain a care.
?e ble aatrrilfesteal ta aawtber part tf tki piper.
I-'eTei aad A cue.
rOREXOST aa. as tb tsnaa rrta-dVs fr tUt di. !
aw lUada Dr. Sualcxbsexocb,'s, Astidote.
f rw eon wcl care aay rdrary case, aad oat dttt tats
rUMy ttp tbtebuis. lteantalaanatUif tt .be UuX
dr(it harUal to fat Ijttetx under aay ttrraiwf ,
aad attar prod ace tbe oapfcauut tt ts Ibat attted ike
Be at Q lUtlo ad otktr I-H 1 zeatral aaa. H
carts tttry farm a! tatditea., and U a rUteat aad
aad anVy Antidftjtr iltUrt. 4." -
A.I rr Dr. Sbahv btrrr' ftttr aad Arat AathnHt,
aad be .at yon ttlpUis. SJU by re.satUkl Draisisls
ttrrywbtr. Pile SI W. Sal Fmpmton, A. I.
3HALLXaBCxaEB. X Co., Bacb.str-, Pa
WbnltlAlaii, 3. JfAXSriBU) X CO.,
SBH 3a Kmrkn. Ttaa.
WHO ttlibe U mike tbe Vest fcls tra. Is dttlma ot
btaalat a sltaattta la aaas itspcctal Cajstrclv
Umi ia thltcltT 'Mrnirl.'ii
Tt. 1. it.M.tl. . , A, . . a .
ns Is ikareaiWy oaTtnaat wtlb aa.nat,'Ja thttr
tuieu rm., nd bas tea ecox -d In tbr rioitiloo
"l"n 'b-ume.fc-MTtrtyt.r. A.j oflr nrri-
tat tbe srticra at iBeb a peraao-, 1 fater t nadtr-
(itned by addresslBC Wa at Jf erapbia, ca t Metirs.
lowxes, oaatix at Co. a. ogTHEMER.
Reiebbbce lltitri. Lewnr, OriHI ACo., S. Pi
Waiktr, D. B. JCaHey. I B EJ-Laad, C J S-Mrs, Xdrs
wta, E. 31. At.ry, D. CtckrtH, T. J. i1bb1 and Ot it,
nckler, X v iBTtdt
A "Word to the Afflicted.
TUB "KSRT0U3 TOMIO" Is aw rrx.rd d by al
ItBtlfie ana to be sapeiWt to arty prtparaiLm rttr W
Ftre pretested to afferlitit kacunlty, aa by IU ear obU
raUscIadaeocaen lb ty.tt-a. th-roceprtHly to tlt--as
U Itaamtd. And to lbas prtdlip-Mtd 1 fpttt
tturka at ChlOt, Tectr tni Ajar, ar aay kind of Fever,
IbUrtuV'dyihaabraHs-n-u.tMiiMd. Aid to Urate
raldiBrta mlatoati dlttrl U.fbere-djtit s at Ihir
etaracter ar always tnddtat to lb cUm.lt, tbey tbotdd
ntrtr be wttSont It, r - 4 ' ,
Cholera, DJarrhea, Bloody Flux,
THBaS tSBadlteaMUiatpria .rites asraaa betflt. la
r srurt a IBnr, ami tbat readers tbe system sa saeaa
cto-a of tb rtnrMks wsea appilrd, as tle; and it
ikere'OTt bebort all peratBt wbo vata their Utts dtr r
than aajtMnr eU. rr-rarmter thu '-de ays are ds(T
ins.'' AS Mn as yaa f-l Ibe ttUbit.t mptom ol
larrbea call fer a boHI- f Stedjt't Cholera or DUr
AatSjrniP, ontdecf wtKa,1f tikes la. Um. wm re-
tttt jt. Stni-mlKr, thli Is Ba cnanladydetbed BBra
jS aa wa bar Ut arkfe-ms to plot th fact. AR we
uk U a. KUi.
For Colds, Cniishs, Asthma, Bron
chitis, COUSUIUptioU, iiC,
It Dr. SLK-KlE-S-HOAHnOVXr) PEOrOSAL- A'l
f IB abot are fer ta e at all, tbe Orax st-ne. and cpoa
oqalryiBay bt (bcbI tn as Ibe-ttwai a.d tltt.
J. It SLEDGB X CO ,
Sol P-oprletor, kfempbu, Tean..
eowtMra all ordrr, mint b sodrmad. JjJ
iThite -Teeth, Perfumed Breath
and Beautiful Complexion,-
CAX be aeaBlred bt misr tk Biui ar a.THBcf
axd ri-Owrxl n stTi.l lidy r rntle-Ban wocej'rr-
aalnoadrrtbcarrst at a atjai-rrt-abS-fbttaih, when, b;
Ins th Balm or a thotha-sx, rLOEBS"aa'a
-BUlace, wa-dd 01, anly rtndrr it tweet, bat leltw
eta wnua aa aiasatKry JBaBy persons as not Ksaw
vlrrrsthlbad, aadth (abject It aa deHcat Ibm
lends wttl oerer Bnta It. Bewar&of eoaatrrf tK.
a sera tact, bolti la slsaed, fejrA
r Ers t re a aTco Krw Trk.
TJ" Fer sale by att Drar.ts. pt7-deodiy
PAXETriS CJLTTr TgVDS;
sTtT Sa-. , Ti dff-jrs
On'y Taper Fcb.isacd in Faydte Co
Ud ba aa cxlrnilra drtatatloa tbnnsbost riyetto
nd adJoiatBK coanile. At an
tibasnorltal IB tbat BrtMeB.and'BBSIoers men aeslr-
let toatcav a tb trade of tbat locality coal! aot.d bet
ter tban I ad-rerrUe In in coIbdbs.
Terms easy. Addrtit, PBbtJ.ttrs, "STAR Scrmer
r Ue, T nn. aszlLlm
SHELBY MALE HIGH SCHOOL,
NEAR GERMANTOWN, TENS'.
THS SXVE.Snr SESaI0T ot tbU IasUtBtlaa will
commenca oa XOXDAT, Anfttit Jt, 1557 '
JylllawSw A X RAFTER, rrtntipal.
SomerTille model School.
Ths next (Train) Sertloa at tb Tsbbe Ladles' Model
Scboot, at Semerritl-, Term , win 'eonmenea ob JIOK
DAT, t!M7ta of Stpttmbtr next, udt; ti coollnatd
snperrtsloa af A. E. Sloan.
By aider tf lbs Durd ef Trsiters.
BOX. J. 0. HUaPHRZTS, Prtat.
Znwia DicTisjoir, Stc-y. Jjt-dawSo
Eesidenco for Eerit.
OX Adams street, two d r ut f tbe Calhe
Iie Cbnrch, tk Dtntltsz Bona rtcrBty oern
pled by S: -rtlcr ratlin, c, nt. lnin-t tlx eam ,
with a Brkk Kite tn S'able. and lo taod di-
Urns, P.sauslon lit- n la-nr lat It Apply at
iwrixc-i, sfoust x co.s,
anx29-lw- Jtssrson sUwt.
To ay FiIttisSiiTetlag' UaffliUty
VVll T" .It a... . a, a.. a . - . .
. . ...... . .. .. . w u lumiii nuu
Wa bk& If ibe Mat yar r bjwiv.m mactt j a t
wad aimeiti ttblnir I M -M.ompUTc, yuea 1
N 1.64V bt tVt-ei.; aj atw.ijp5ui ieMoi wot
tb. b I pbiitcuaa, i'-4 lo4ii. La tanr tremurkt t
faL7Iwas-adaaar irulfl wor.eo mart lotMt
bnurttt ta-oi(ioii tbli mjtct tpw
ikir (riauacM f r-it , unuoiH .la . i' ih.l
iMtetartTobVbva taUree BMaib. bat tarlnd u,
t Vet r b .Bde.t Saj$ aatasr tu. Ua, ikum.
A da sndQ QJar etcian -
.1 toB tler utii I vuakTeaB ,ai see Dr. Slrdii TS.
awl-rwMriBrrt U'lCKca'itJlAolU iTEtl
auaauuvKU raim)L.aL.Bt cauau t It uM:tjin
ar"Srf ttSr"T r f rtprtrWbt , bet to Bitbt
rprsM 1-avnnrtaialaruc uias baa abOUtet.il! my
eoaia w.i nacb eslr and contii,a4 aelat; t, tlto
Mtur rrtrfitar. iMlkad awnCabuat tea buttttS. a e
oaw I aa CblutJ. Ii I rem oiib, atf iwilu it.lo.
vies aad irowlux .air ev.-ry dar Sttar IstjtV
Bbavr itaarlidlVal tbevitaubt OHoStci Iu rai
rr te tct J. aad waaUM t lafv'vfiti fadi
lLMta4KR. SLXD'ISMBOiRHOCNP XC
I01Ul. ; aad t ajMdvU a I mr (rtra Uajtilt-iiLo
r .mtlrd wltb W.1B. tt&U, ac, a ffcav b m
. ... .it. - vail . I. .
AtI.B-r.n h.ui ft OLD dim at tb tlore al
Oa run, Gt, ait rqt-timt to ftlu tbrai
ar lam tbfftr diji. at Ibe? Uil-thmwa .r r
Md .of what to- x rlM briax t d.t mo. trr v. i
a nM r.lm mpoosib. ror mjl bal mliU aa
.ftw tew ,W MW lr UMI tut,
ltoBraiiJli. at. li V7t t.xa
Sixe.ters to Gro. rbi.raa... I
aasM-Ini 73 rtvo!. Zaw.
FOB COUXTY THUSTCE.
VK ar aatbutlvta ta aaaoaac Ilrr. ratrn n
1 VlUUu ataixMil r.r OmtrTrasta- s
j wt itrntm taa Mr,liHenuiTiJ iifg.y
BARBUCE IAD BILL.
) A T)CXOCRaAC AaRBCOtnt aa4 BU riB b-bH
' ftlU 1. Ih uttitUa v
7Vbck, at rrlr il-kiwrt.. B. at Vi
Btw! r.nWInt BnvuTtH at S attcx r sr..
baa tarnn-at Mrmpkia t 8 mftiKX.T M,
xu afinnz lo uraprM(Maul actVad ike Bar,eaa
ret.ra ih bxt ta ralar oa ih milt tr.tn tym.
wan. w-Hea uwl vr-taattnta
Ttcketteabli'SStke boWrr la n la BriiiTtr il
Mmtj-kleeaDkb'irntbtMM rr est k.u krnxs
tarprtetW rat BBT corns',
i rat tttMiitt
AI-lRGEaoaBr6r DTlirArLI3lMi. j.u,
i. Bainart ci,
1 , LOCATION-OF THE' .
tfaH:Ll rr ' a
UClupi9 VOlHfflCrCiai ana YtJlWSg
I OVER- THE- STORE OK O. H. torCE
CO., MAIN STREET.
rpns prlietca! r bMs tanat fasutsttaa mpreffoHj
I JLt JeaT to call IB at abltaa ntUI mr.t.
- t eaesaiiatir ana ternrukfkatntMtia t
! ' to-tr M Mlrooli ibu aadtrtakta; Tb bet
I "?,'Brt,,w,ir' pir7BK; tnj. n eitla
jisibesas XaesSmenu I ta .draaiac- toarirlrj
cwmtal tHfis tiii W tui aR IU coaMa.Ual d !
, Taa4s. t,r ia b aa laituatwo. waaM b ax- -
, Sdnes a Bipart A 4imtnt paMie naat ote'l. I
. r lurtuliH mn.ii. , .i,k
ai4tU9Maa ocor4a to iu attSMr'aad mnlt 8)wai4 ,
I tat t ns nauunuai I pteUtt Br'r tBkel'
&ll ta'i! Coil, fMMl A. .1. . . LI. -w.
PIWUS.U auy nolt aai tta taral tniaittkia la
BUf. JOHN J. 3TKD
hsf'W f KTaIUtntl Baak
K. V r uw.. . . v . . -
iMbaaar b, ,,r.r V, ,b g.,
It r. a. Ttoiplei O. a Taiare. Ka . r.,td.iii d
aata., I'uDivu UAurrruI Bulk . Vn.i,
Brxatrlvwaii X CI- Iia f.;i i, k T... i.
I l-ardlia aad tbe-atFeraptcXaarKnl.id
Tin eitm.T ikdccsment xvca-orriBiD
I Boak-rrtpsr by DvMa Kntty: tb M IslUn r
tm, wtta ny-audis. f . mr H ao-Hm . U en n
te Aritbtaotic, BirtbMt tvl t lAak Dt
I coast nd Xtraaui La-, lu . wtb lii 1tb
I tJf(wuoa la at aar m ttbsi ta ,
' laor trtl aitlbt SIS
j PtBiaartbi Urd r dSHilMi lr ymc l4tc
i trTaib frb Kbot.tHeytar frIUo-r un
maaih, takiai; le. ataa UBaatoaautwH.
I hkMMii,B. a' biediwg tpUar7iitt aiso
t.. n . Bamita, Tr-Miai7ff IJB at -
bonarart r iceueat fr Udlea, tf i,.trt.. . 23
MtMaWj-ArMbtajtic .ndytcxr .r rn1alv,
fttAjfoi p.'trr lad's. Biadt.ie i-, t.Biii "
d, ad ib araOBlf Tard Writ i r.
Baak B!ol-Ce-ptei.ru- ty'tltaalfaa -!
i-aat J. rra S3 SSa. tza. ot th irbotenn.
' Caskitaic'vjrxli taVatlsaay'wimB.Ver0
l r t w a peiiecxea..
' j .
BdOU are opened at lb &iaUitra Job PrlBtKf'f
and raMttktar Has, a Vjseee strxl, for tat
aa to be il.i ttd la 3fi BU
' aasW-ln w It. HtnyX A 00. .
Eclectic JItdical Institute, r
Or'ciXCINXATI. i, ' '' !
r Ckaficred in IS45 ll'kole -amber f Motrin. I
loan, ,9s uraanattt,
THE Tauutata Wia.tr Utoatvei wll oneore ia
lIUOtl.lMMitf 13-1857. ad vamUa lt
ti la .b Oaivss idtact. turwr.t I ait in inn.
. CxoM Gralatwo fttUGtiuty Lntortkl.
Jhe Spilue toasll eamutnc lSitAt)y afaf r
th a., at tb KhUr Kktua.
Xtebscs,' at Tbb Ottitts feet tt it fow
UaUtaUiias ii. iailla. $S; OtiaH ttt; ;
Br- aatwa SO; D m .atrt r ilektv, fiHHn.f,X
' R. 3 XKWTOK JC P..
asSt-lt Sa s.nb nrret CtMtBaalt.
YoUDff Ladlea' tolhghtc lisLtate.
AT FOREbT HILL.
THB atit aslan r th kav laatMBtloa
mm oatatataca .a klOKOAr, 71 er
treaGtr. aa4r tbr aUatd apcrtUkia ut
Rt K. Mill- r aad lady, tltnt brtctli
i tkaMal aad ptrtterd (tacarrs T
IwHtlBll bcatad at a flu tatla an tL
Xahu aad Cbr.t n katrtad. tttbwa
eathm .waa StesHbu, Tttcn roe p.cti wttgnHw,
iriy fat Caia. acaat tb lltntbt h-.A Starr wl,
swpnarat'. Aa r B .ktftXRB,
trrSSV. wim Rrrmi". n T n
- St, KAXAWIT Irm H9 oa-,WM.l, ,lyt lh7
A! jfir ti Juy ,a,t..a Btsu, aaa Baatd JaCK. II l.
,. ! iV, t'J Wk, rm I or 3 lacboblsk.h a cr
Jt af bUtyn. Hi tj. w .a.'.
be ka a Oa tactdtaicr. If r-t 13 u -TO..
aha Ut irttree ,M Lfr to aw . a my pM iltoa, tn
Paa tsvaty. Vi,. tn.tr. i. BULM-tT H. UIO
Wl Oa, ta M. Bpaw. Xru.
OLUitBE X. HUNT. Caaaa PMl-03rr.
aa-g?-X p. a la -aaty, Mlti.
A Good Farm for Sale.
THE sabrCTibtr affTS far aa! bis
TaiBi to Ttrtuo e. uilr. Ttaa TL
;aa-ii In a Sae .tlef taitlTal-aa,
at d wH adipud to tat' trawth m cm-
rta aH torn, with 1 urs waodtud..
in tarn, -wm a urs wootsu-o.,
er, unbend aad caanalea I
a.y r iact w.ltr '
tr ar ai'fed. wHh a Dlta.r
to- Uu?rvrrful. rn.i.L af aa. ixi .!. tw-stty !
friaie-dwriliBi, arar y Btw, wl.n tlx rjams, paaAnt. I
witaiobe Ac , Batiitd la n brt rtju-, VrKt tttaa. '
tee-boos. Btttra ctbla. aati. iaderd crr aeewtarr oox- '
kta-, si -bos., earn, Xe Ba tb tirta an tral
orclunla and ta as at lb rM- nee. ta petUlly, ba a
eaata a.rty f f.alt trtra. eet.crttas aad BraaWtt,
weH re aas d. Tk larrn He. toa. n.M.wt f
tlirtrtl nut. UPi, rnirnni ,ru imtnr
j wirraaf d. Tkaiarm trclr Drk.twrt r W
i rut. la a iod BtUabMbawt .o4 M,?(oirBC U . r..-i
; Tt 'J' t t"'' . w.nid'.1
tacr, vul site tb detttrd kaf raullam
'tAtt sb4 uj Ct lira a foaa'y, Atk , abont fear
weaalif JfrfajL,ear tk Trtfia ' tun eaiilal-
iBC tariy llrrc baoOr-i! acre ILmt-tw aerr ca.d
raa y J-aat,v.8itUr A AeodltMrialn U ffcJ.
TB- ad I
r Tittri, j. t. oaorti...
T I T JJS r G B 0Xi5iS -& C 0 .
. Tl'ns ifta,)
Saeesir to Xoob.
O o tjCjOxi X" av.o Xo X"
ngi-it) gi:w OriLat9.
mrO bT-Bdrrd karrtta-CE-HSTifti.lew rt.l.te.
. A. J- If ALT at C...
t ceriitr of JIta and Dowa.
Onr. handred barret -TAB (Aire- tlse) for iW lew to
dM. UB-U-lw A. J. WALT X.0,1
THE Si aval K KIID A BRO...S O-tlan r.dorj, 1
t daywtaul-iil ty mtMil citaeaC -M n
ckaited wiih tb etUcnnnt ef Ibe bou.
; ' B. RHO.
aa3Slawlt ' J M BEID.
. ASA IHtLTOa,
.. EIIDi-SHELlO & CO.,
A Jt B
AO. 33 FROXT HOW,
At.LCofon tent tao-aradtriM lasnrnf, attf ta
trurrBtUooart (bf CfsAraTJ-j-fr recti twt. Kt
uittaaa a senDC-Biao- rj,r Plaat!1
i tretr niir witaf. w.i.i"vwiw
ibSOceauprr bal tibtra4draM aidf eo cootiei.
H i La Oft & fi.R.U W'H K,
iSI e r c h a iii t s ,
NO. 4 PUBLIC LANDING, H
CI tCI.'S.f ATI, OHIO.
' fptgayt-tw PATtCCLAR atteniHa ftrPES'
tiilq !? '" " atltlBf Otrtut L2l
gb'-'pm rrodaceaid Sr.Ia. CanKl
iBBBBBSaBBaS WRXIOHT AGE NTT. far th.
K rIr Urmpbia. St. I4t, Xl.lirW. -ATtanm rlrrr,
MayatlOe, Mtw Ojleaaa, WbeeUas atd nttiba rck-
For Sal;. 1
f A XZtX MXCj NaliU Olrlt fool I Kratrw,,aB4J
I r a awaew r- r. V . I a V . '
VA- V" mJ K .- V't y-t- rci. '!, WJ
aSMln Vll P Ttihbom Uo BrrooCaOv.
Residence 5 fftr 'Sale
ANtOE cori6-4B't'litcton AtUmi .,
f onr rteums ta t te II Bee, Dl-vnr Roorn, Kltcb-a,
ISemlJoine'aadSiabft, buoc L'ttttrs aad Veff
all In good order. AXiritin my b.rcarhr bt
sppiylBE toon la rLOURKOT, COO-fXR at LEAEE. - -
Frcah l.i nip.
O X A BBLS. prima pollt Mme. Irfltlae rrder. inal! . 9 -uu is war U . - -
JUKI landrBE. ' ;;t CSK. fjkTT) AV IT flbttJOtifertbrB? .Vrrr. Man,
aanai-at - . . , Ol y "Wtl Store. TJ.V. Joe: llaTa tuet'. arf AaVstT n tea I the
Aslie, Wson !&, Co., 1 '
cot r on ifa'Ct'orss
- COMlOSSIOir is GBOCKBY
1VI 23 O 33 A Iff T a
NO. 25. FRO" NT ROWjpgilPHlS.
lac r dBiputEff iMUjrt, fio testa pet
toe, ana en all str tales JH pet
a Bt waprececa .
Atoll juppj t Bartise Eopefi rol Ir fce.,
I'satty es haul, and all ata slled at tb ow at mar
k t prttt
Con tfnnteattat prodn; reapeeftnr aotltiud
ar-fT . Imtwlrq A3HB. W LSOt X CO
BAOoINO AND HO a rtal law by
jyts xLora.Aor cooper x lsaxx.
WS..wia.r" tVtSOkT MlRM.V(J. teui..
" ia!r f l tll r lb- lied lansuMhiSuill
H-airt.al.r nfiii,,, BSS!
auiMB. a radarMd suus.
Q-x.iI' . sr
vA LZTT, iitMiam.
oro. w ntsTTUtiUemttOuuxreUa.
G R O C 3S . R s
BagjIriT, Ecpc Baconw.Pcrk.Lard.
AND ALL KINDS-F p.R fo'v 6 E,
Wp. 1C Front Rovr
3. E. COADTnCK'S AlJYEBTISEsllEil
.X IU, AJ way. a raad.la-Tkl CIm
PBKSOXS wtoklac U ka. vaat kt ui U iaa
wbat k. Bat -t to ba, tar 7 " kU tf
.VaJrpS4 -'roub I
rr:T,bJalS1U'E W " -e
OfXIea aiadlsea Street, appmlu Cnianaafc.
IKSUXJJTCB, RBJX BBTATB JLVB OsKsKaX
2Etna Fire nnd Inland IS aT I ra
tion Insnrance Company,
oaxiTAt xsb srarum... .... ir.ooa.eoa
Hartford Fire Insurance Co..
CAprr.ir. xsv sfnuw mono.
f Cliarter OaJt JLife Insurance Co.
btxadjuled aad prempstv saia, .
roMESSte- eir i5taBiriLr. t
coaatiT mteraet, 1 t.rtrra4 j. A.TfrW-.S. Xus
wMb rta ct r f r.M. Tkemat eceIat J
ta ea aad mis isnum, lrv ttvt. "X
r j. x. cHADwicr.
iT-S OppwM -Cain Bask
Arris or a srirnrct ssai3scK. nt.t3.
Btr. Apal I J. JfTa
AUO-A B CACTirTL COTT.l 0fs.afi
. palla.r a wcit. KiUara .n.u'. K M ... , ' t
itC - 5!5to
t: s.r. . .-rr .c : rrst""
t"""'- A aaisau Can Sr JudfUakra oi.
rAppfyi J. JC. CHADwmr
ALW, a b-asViralBCiyHs stjx. elai, s iot
, r L.' 7T1 "' -! i
ALSO a nat BP LBtS.I LOT aastalaiaz tear m
W"? tt "T. " " ft arrtk ,u,
Waikn stmt, near tbe Seat tall tau aa tae, Bnso4
rUaaBoad. rr Sena arpFfft -
at .ISTiy Bb
tfVl 2fTKKM6.tosaiik oaTasa.
f 7jC4 SUM 5 a.B 1 wm u .yst,klM
t 1 kj b!Kl. cooH-tioi .1 H.tt sort aaol
vrv5ae.aL Boatua Mt. Tk. .t.vi . .
j ZSJSL t?&-2Ll:
wW 'aa it u tbttr laitrttt ta n. iiB.,ck
jAlraTaabai.4kbLitaMs't LTtTHIR, r n
Wad-, -valett I wen it vMa'irBaTetaB'ataBia d-
w- pon iaBBrr ar r- prKe.
" nranSntf iva nine: i lu. wmim .
T ' " - - un.p-ma filar.
I Calai SnualaMrertVapslalf. .
w-UV 1 1, ...... - - - " " .
THE LEAD I tjC OFFICE.
CmXlT STXAJt, .
. J5 MADISON STREET
OPR. t.-rttW UAMv. MilMrUlawttKr.
T titt-ailTn trff nty s-1 rnnnn
A.VU Bt'srxiSi MET 0Bjr8KA!am
Is rttaectfallyeailtdt the aaaryeri
clttuca or Uf Ucu. Tim vf.iI Hutxr
ftu, sua j-tauita-r. rrimr
- aivtetB lutbrotrmrat. m
liabroTrmMt Ux Trpe md lTsr-L
FRtlM A CAI TO A-B0UK 4
la Uut oM tya uT Iba art al ,
Tbe LOWEST CASH PRICES!
Designs for Store Bills.
OUkerf m Sart tae HrxtM tarttSyalWt-'
aad fvnirslca aad tbe bvat -taitatta.
SB '- dM Htmtr. a44d to try
bitU,aa latttd r ttry t . -
If ) J-fntl irt l-T4ttrnylrtid,rt,t
Jobottutyorttaon, wSKf Joa wrut
nil, i t.hfl.hninit belWvlat tat ttnjt
wHVS rc-tn BkTT. K UottK.HbT-
' THE B9LMT- GVTAMr.
K,tS MJI?a Street, MluikSjsTtaa,
THE GREAT .SOUXUEK
JOB P BANTING
Xo. A "Monroe street,
Memphis, t izisrjsr.
AT1KO UtU-k- - B. LA BUST JOB PRINTIVO
(H'-tKiuia S.U B. ard ajuCartal alt tk itt
I kunwt Prt-na, aad or-d b st-rtieeB af (br b at
1 riitt.r- la t' e countrj wr t p tpar-ot M aztnt i
i Ub4,( rrjaUsg ia ibe i rat t aa txyie r
aat -t it tr a wo p-ra swrnssw um bnk
Prrv. (Ur at I al vrdy on-- vef UrWUBl U tb.s rtly I
aal wiik it racUtt for irtrn aa CtrrttCBt, w. ar
Bat aaa f IL Bat at Co sptrnara Sarasi Jar u4
I Baafetuj'a)s vmrvpiina'iv naaat l. sttasi
bast Bin-, Pr.Taa-ae, Bk raaapM t. aad all klau ot
Bailroad and Steamboat jWork.
, NEA'KU, C3KAPKR AKD TXSTXfi
TaiU aiUb oM. fub.aed P-tMrija tb ey etmbiaed.
I w i . , , ; , . . .
T '" ot QWr'!Ltapt.T.d Card fte.
Mt u prtauiu iu.uuu era, pn uj m ut
1 to awlBaait' tit BT IB (Be erty aad fer Nfber
S HO WIM THK.vm&rrU.Unicwciinrt tyrP"rd.
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