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THE APrXAL IS KEOrrt.ABt.T DttrOXTISUXD jiT TKE
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ail Lfmnt rxtrron-a Rihittatoej to thii
itrnaxiiiT be Rcoiiteued. eTiiEtritr. the
PMFaiETSSS'WIIXrXOT BOLS THEM aXLTE'tl,-afc
iroxiiiLE ro jrr x.otci that at: it tccctu
E03DAT 2T0SKIHG, AUGUST 23. 1657.
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It Is due-toourBelves as well astoourfririuts,
to notice the idle gossip which has com to our
ears, that oar position relative to the late
movement of a portion of our citizens to pre
vent the execution of a lawful writ the most
sacred that attaches to the person of acitizen, J
and one vrbieb. it Use equal light of Ale guilty
and the Innocent was taken for a -contldera-tlon
in other worau, that -we are the organ of
th; Boltoxs. 'Wen! such a charge to cotse
directly ta us from a responsible source, we
would iiotJiesllste to characterize it as it de
serves as a -rile ani raaHcio'is calamnj. A
it is, we can -only say that no -respectable or
resBoasfbleeDileman, eltherberie'ves or would J
prepxec idiKUwa id Ewaauuua (.tram-
ay ao -unwarrantable. We hate not. . throw
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propagate a falsehood so monstrous a camra-
oar iafluence for auslit than the vindication
and supremacy ot ibe law. . We tave ebseav,
ored in oar bumble tray, to uphold and pain
tain the good order and good same of the corn-
In some respect, our comment. m:." JVXk"'
have possibly done injustice to the motives aBdTSgg
approved -the movement to prevent the. crecH.
tioaof the writ of labau corpv a raove
sneat wMeh may probably bring a boat a col
lision between the Elate a&thoritirs and the
psople. We desire Lot to do them injasttce,
and If we have dene so, it has been tinder the
exeme&eat generated by a controversy calcula
ted tcfazoase passion and excite feeling.
Bt that in osr coarse of simply uphbidicg
the Jaw, i: should enter ioto the hearts of even
the most reckless or desperate, to Insismate
that oar opinions have been purchase I, is
strange indeed, aad only tends t sbo the ex
trerasiy to which each exattementa tend. 1 o
those wsm know as wa need not have said oae
word in oar vindication, far ear friends will
everywhere defend us against so vile an rasie-
Batien,.and we have only noticed the matter, j
lest our silence might be centrsH by oar ene
mies iatoiaeqniesceetce hi their bas: insinaa
tlons. GS" 'A political- editor probably 1s : never
placed-fn a more awkward position than that
in wB!c& be finds bimislf Immediately after a
long ad heated poHtieai contest, ills tbooghts
have been eo doeiy oesAn'd to one partieolar
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There is no taste in the poMic mind for a coo-
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trnoance of the dc-,,on. which have hHherto
characterised bis paperand filled it, columns
while his pen rans ataggishly on sabjecta that
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are new, aad upon which he has not probably
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given a thought derm? the canvass. And yet
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he is besad to save, a leader, or he will be
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.1IaAm11 W . im KrtLi r--A In vt An raAtil
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paper, "h e wlH be set down a. Uzj,Al
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oarssives in ibis predicament wst at this tune.
There is no use in, and we have no inclination
to strike another, lick a the Know-Aoth.n-s,
il m w ""BC ' "b i
are barren of news j there are no wars , going
on cxaapt away over in India; no Legislatures ;
nor Cgreas in .rs.ion ; in fact, nolhingdoing j
anye of great public interest about which,
we feel Hkewiting haU a page.
Dado,, wmething turns up very sooa, we
shall be compelled to pitch into the canvass i
goag on in our neighberingState, Mississippi, j
We know that our Democratic friends over i
there stand in no cetd of oar assistance, yet we
never see a fight going on bat what we feel like
takiae aides. We have gotten pretty
over omt riciory in Tennessee, and the fact is, j
we fed lost for the want of something to do ,
and talk about. It is tree, we might "loon" .
a little anoat lie future prospects of oar young
and tbrtringcjtr.but then there is staring us
in the face that old proverb, that "self-praise
i, half scandal;" and be.ides, we do not know
that the subject would bear more than we have
heretofore said npon It. We alaH bUe our
time, andrestraUsfiedfora day ot ao - w the
xefleotton that we have written a two page ar-
tielejnotpovitteal, for the StJSBAT .pial.
If you don't like it, yea need not read it.
The Gorxatsoa's EliECrrorr. We do not
think it worth while M republish our election
table this morning. Oal.f two counties were
beard from yesterday e&ciaily HoweH, a
new ceuatty, which gave Stewart 4 votes aad
R9iilM36; and Atcbisea, which gave Stewart
170, and BoHins li6 votes, betfg a gain in this
county, oa the return in wur table of 13 votes.
Wish these corrections the vote new-stands :
For Stewart 45 5S3
ForBoWns 45 543
Stewart's present majority 40
At d the counties of Batler, Dunklin, Ripley
and Shannon to bear from. They gave Bu
chanan 638 votes, and Fitiraore liK) votes.
Adair, Barton, Bates, Dallas, Dent. Mercy,
Kodaway, Pemiscot, Palaiki, Reynokb, Shan
non, Stoddard, Texas and iVayae,bave be-n
beard from onorScially, and are included in our
tatie. Si. Lbx.u Rtpebkcan, 19th.
Hen. Saicdex J. GuoLsox,of Aberdeen,
Judge, of the Feuoral Court of Mississippi, is a
candriate for Dotted States Senator.
Padccah. The census of Padoeab bas jsst
been taken, and shows a population of 5,853
souls. The namber of house, completed and
being erected Ibis year is 23. The ceusas
takes ia February showed a population of
The Exousk Recrcitisg Question-. It
ie aUted tbat Lord IVapiee baa informally
sounded the Administration with regard to the
re-appeintmeB of Consul Bakcxat. A letter
from tne late Vice Ccnsolf chedex bas been
fiiel, wbieb goes to show lhatthere ,wa. false
testimony as to ilr. Baeclat's partiripatioB
ie the recruiting business. Oar Government
replies that it cannot take the initiative in re
storing Mr. Bakcxat to the pozHiea which be
The Jews in Pbuseia. A letter from Ber
lin, is the Gofiffiemtf, says: " A recent or
dinance of the Minister of Justice, which is
fqitivaknt, as regards the Jews, to an interdic
tion against tbeir adopting the law as a pro
fession, bas piodeced a considerable sensation.
It may be remembered tbat the Minister some
time since wareed young men that the students
of law were increasing too rapidly, and advised
them to follow some other career. This in
crease Is mere particularly inglorious to the
Jews, as the only judicial f ancrJoo they can fill
ia that or advocate. As there are ,at present a
great nurabtr waiting for a vacancy to occur
in tbat body, the Minister bas given notice
that from "Easter, 1S&8, the Jews will no longer
be adetttted to pass examiatiet.s. This meas
ure tOi very hardly on those who have bees
studying for ose or two year?, and wboae
labors are therefore lost, as three years' studies
were raqufred before an examinatten could be
Having rude the statement which caHs
fortb the following explanation we deem ifbut
simple right to Miyor Bauch that he should
receive the advantage of its publication in
our eoieona. Jt appears eeHtoriarly ia fbe
Aries of last evening, and we give it as clipped
from that piper:
Matob Bahoh. Tiie position assumed by
Mayor Bauga, in refusing to deliver up the
keys of the jail, is net generally understood.
The Mayor doe not wiab to nave the city
placed in opposition to the law. Jt waa to
jjrevent excitement and jeibly bloodshed in
Memphis, which dictated Ihs course.
DtscoTsaT or the Sponge Ttee in Caei
roantA. A man, while bathiegnear Meiggs's
Wtiarf, accidentally came across a soft, fiber-
oca substance growing a few feet under water, '
was induced breuriositv to null itun kv '
the roots to see what it was. He brocght it
ashore, and on examination it proved to be a
veritable, small-sized sponge tree. There
are about a-dozen pieces of tpoage, averaging
about six inches in diameter, each growing
from a single stem, which very rrcch resembles
& cabbage stalk.
The stem is about afoot and a half bigb,and
perfectly straight, with a spongy substance
formed in thick dusters around it. ' This fact
wuW cesm to set at rest the doabt which has
long prevailed among scientific men at te,
whether sponge was an animal or vegetable
Drodoctioa. 'The root, stem and general
formation of tbl specimen has every appear
tnce of -the latter species, araorg which it
WexTKTupr Jote. uantei i-acauaw, aa
old ana -much, .esteemed New York printer,
raeentlypreseDledilbe Typographical Society
-B$b two Volumes cf Pitt's EBglUb ' Atlas,
Mialed 14 .London in , 1054 174 years ago
witJe. ajntt.temeus io c- ;m " orig.
ieI eoit.ptjee.tfrtfie jameArJnUresI
added to th present time, would amount to
mlt tbo Mrtf ofivUw.
n ' C0HSISP0KDESC2.
Somrerrorshinngoccjrred in tteiolronU.
correspcn4caei;as .published yesterday, we
renrodnee It this rnernine. bv request, revised
Memphis, Anpast 20, 18Y7.
Messrs. B. 11. Stahtox, E. H. Txbgbr,
TCt JCpcc, Ceap.flw & Bat.:
GnrrcxaEiM It would be to argue you vr-
observaMef passlag -events to eall your atten
ticra to the ezrttssiest pervading the public
mind is this city, ton -hi nr. the proposed re
moval" of J&r. Beltou to Carroll county, in
nKeartaaaea te. the fil at .Tadi-r Fitzaarald.
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alliv the troubled waters, aad maintain the
character of oar city abroad for the ob
servance of law and order with any apolosy or
excuse. It must be raanlfest to ye, as it Is to
us, that the attempt to enforce tbo fiat of the
Judge will result In a breaeh of the peace of
no trivial character. We suppose tkat yo
are as asMcitous to avoid this as y of the
citrzens. We therefore prps
1st. That Jhe fiat Judge FHzg ttM be re
called so far as it rejlres tbe rval ot
Boltn to Htmtiiijrdoo.
2d. That the apnMea4iefl far tail be Iteard
and detemiBedia Iliis' cjy, txfore y J4g
in Tenosie whj wtM eeasent to ett f the
3d. Thtt the aJinctIo r"TSK
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tssbmitted to, ana yarded h
1 n aril ex.' -'.
We hsve no hMraney in ptedghig this cea
munlty Jo a faithful adfeereace to tt fore
going ryostMo9, it aeceded to.
j-0 aa. lua wavy
Cfeatnoan of Mft Cesasrttee.
Msmihu, Afgf&21, 1857.
W. B. Miltk, K., OMkmu, t
Dsak Sa Tonr noXe of yesterday, relaUve
to the. matter of tfee aslication of Isaac I
BoHoa for a writ at haiem corpus, belore Judge
zitsgwald, has been recti vd and attetAveiy
Three preposiUoaa are sobasitted to as, as
comsel of Mr. Bottom tn that Dot.
First. That the t of Jadge fMageraW be
recalled, so far as it roijaires the removal of
Bolton to Uoetingdva.
Second. That the application for bail be
heard and deteraMoed in this city, before any
Judge in Tennessee, who wil eoBsest to sH upon
TMrd. That tte adj-dicatiao ia tie cae be
aemiMed to, and regarded as final by all
The very slightest rj nectioa apoa-yow part,
and Os the sart or those yoa represent, npon
ine natarerof these three prepositions, wHl be
sufficient to satiefy yea, that any agreement bi
os, to accept aad act upon them, weuWL be a
rlotatioa, not oaly'of professional honor and
of sworn duty, but would evince a total disre-
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card of the law and of private and Sndividoal
! duties, as cttfeens of this ceraojonity. Taat
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Bolton had the undoubted right to apply to
, fof rf
- Fit7.ald e.y had au-
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! thority, bat was compelled by his oath of oftce
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to grant the preoess, wiB aot be deoWed by
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!even the most lnHimed mind; aad that the
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Judge bad the power to naioe the plae,en
'the most ignorant of prefeswoo taat an-
the,Iutin;y acknowledge. the ..lectio.,
of that place we had nothing to do, and made
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no sug;est03 whatever. Ao iaoweaee upon
onlfu, ktrwiu, was aUempted to
M cHftlt we
M u,, application, as was oar duty, and
JurtiltrthlB ha3 doae ewr
rf Uai ba3 iB ej.
Ttanegm. It rMU iUtit Wlth
R H to whettler he wiU Mt
thjj cage at Uantingdoa, or wilt submit
tiOB whiefe m rede the raw to a
ffiere 8kwt aH j,. We
t bj cos3ckBce
means giving oar ceaoeat to any change
&f hjj a(W ag,llls: the d.ud
mak. ftaC ht M, a, revolatioa-
ary aB, diu,,. We aha II be corn-
tQ atAalt j. yUx the Judge may
ia tUj we Mb)c we bi tte
, Il(0(.f. nilo. -.. of
I f-f. a dlK ,trat1M of lie law,
(are MlvorjoK u, trapl justice and right
1 uojer foet
j We 10, to say that we do not eonsont
j fo of hK
, We hi M e u see 3M. tte yB
yjpgg commit breach of the peaee of no
chiracter. y9u miy haye
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tion of the law, but it shall never be said, that
cither In word or deed, we are giving encour
agoaaeoi to the spirit which has been mani
fested is this matter, unknown before ia the
history of Teuueeote, aad which, when acted
upon, writ produce consequences alike disas
trous te the future peace and preepertty of the
commanftjr"aad destruction to all security and
safety in the eojoyateat of our Hres and liber
ty. Trustitf; that mere mature doMeecatiou
weH convince you and these you represent of
the ovfl bindencUs of the course vou sm dis
posed to sidopt, and that bettor and wiser coun
sels may prevail with yea,
We remain yours, ?especif!li',
BROW.V fc WALKER,
E. M. VERGER,
E. W. M. KING,
K H. STANTON.
Letter fra Hoa. B. E. Atdrisss.
ream the SfirKat lkaSautb.
Platsovoo, July 2, 1897. Deab Sra
have just received yours of the 7ih inst., in
forming me that you have in hand, subject to
my order, 5240, "celleeMd after one of Col.
Baker's eloquent appeals, to Le applied to the
cause of Kansas," and in wbieh you say
farther coMectiens would have been made, but
for my letter of Jane 12, to the Mayer of Go
lcmbia. Tbatlettrr was hastily written and without
ri;ferece te its publication, and as I kept no
copy of it, I doubt not that it was published as
written. If, as I am told it contains a suggeo
tion tbat no more money be raised in buith
Carolina, it was net intended thereby te repu
diate Cat. Baker'j authority, much less to de
preciate bis services or the fideli'y and ability
with which he is known to bave discharged
bis trust, nor would the inference be true, taat
funds were cot needed and could not et be
advantaseouslr used in our cause in Karsas.
On the contrary, oar party at the present mo
ment feels toe most urgent need el pecuniry
afd. amoK ether thin:,, to sunoort our papers
feed to have the Territory thoroughly canvass
ed, as It is intended to do in reference to tne
pending Coogregftoual canvass, and the vote
upon the Constitution, in the passible event of
It, Bubakirsies; indeed our friends here who
have akaady almost exhausted tbemseireo in
the cause, are now contributing funds for these
objects, and one whom I saw ie-day aad who
ba, spent ever ten thousand dollars in the
cause, on yestenlay contributed twenty-five
dollars for the objects above mentioned.
No, we have not despaired nor ceased our
effort,, and although we bave been disappointed
and mortified that our friends In the South
bave aaetataed us no better In a contest tbat
indeed more conctrustbem tbanjeurssive, )it
we are net ungrateful to the few wbo hare
sympathised with and aided us, and ubttever
they may yet contribute durrjutty. and not
with fbe idea that they are doing county, but
that they are serving taeoselves and the common-
cause, we will thankfully aoerpt and
faithfully apply. In ay letter te Hen Mr.
Treadwetl, 1 did not mean te say that South
Ca retina had don mere (Ann ktr duly, but only
la reference to what others had dot, she bas
done far mere Uut ktr part. Besides the need
of foods as above alluded to, the events of
last summer induced loch expenditures by sun
dry of our truest and most devoted rtizan
as bave left tbem in very straightened cfrebtn
stances, and these advances were made under
what then seemed a weii-founded expectation
of re-imbursement by subsequent contributions,
but which, in point of faci, have not been real
ized, ard sound policy as well as jusrire and"
gratitude require that such obligations be dis
charged, if poesiWe.
The party re-erg tniza'ion of last winter in
the Territory seems to bave given offence to
come of our friends as well aa to have agerded
a pretext for cavil by partizan editors who are !
but readr to sacrifice tbeir section to tbeir par
ty. It is needless to make an expose of mo
tives to those vtbo will not be convinced, while
it ought to be snficient (who are too remote
to see and appreciate all Uie circumeiancesj
to knew tbat his policy was after full consul
l",on ' " T ""6
crate and native Americans, all
ef which po-
liticaL shades were fully and ably represented
in the Convention, at least each considerations
reconciled me to the ose, by my friends, of my
name to the the address, although I was not in
the convention, in cooclunon, I bate to re
gret tbat the publication of my letter bas been
the source bf embarraarnnent to our frietd and
1 agent Ci1. Baker, in whose fidelity ana ability
every raemeer et our committee lias tmusaitec
confidence, bated not only ou previous kuewl
edge of his character, but sustained by numer
ous letters from meetings addressed by him,
all tesMfriog to the extraordinary zeal and
ability with which he was discharging bis du
ties, and I must taice this occasion persona II v
to exprrts my very high appreciation not only
of his services as our agent but bis character
as & man. lour moat obedient servant.
A. IL ATCHISON.
Gen. W. C. Moeacse, Edgefield S. C.
The Cocta Rioak.ako Nicaiaccax
TsuyrsiT Boote. The, New Yerk 2VroM, of
Saturday, publishes a letter from Mr. W. R.
C. Wes&tvpartly in relation to certain slan
der wbieh have been circulated- about him
donor bis absence on tbIstbmes, but mainly
in reference, ft !le Cesla RIcau Transit route,
the grant of which, be states.be bas secured
47- AtV - A 1 1 ... naospamanl IT-
Stalest -witb great apparent Confidence, the
irom ZHM I I BlniUCI 1 b VUf- -J.:aj- lie
route will very soon ce open once more 10 wt
trateliDg public '
. BEIiIOIOUS ISTBLLT0S5C2.
TV chorrh of R'V. Dr. Bbane, Brooklyn
H, Y., is closed by order of the CoL.iaiory
until the flretSlinJay (a September.
BisbopDoane bas issued a pastoral letter cn
the offerrngs of the Cburcti. earnestly appeal
ing tcjHtriewed'tffoits on oehalt or Djocesin
At a 'State eonver.tlon of the Baptists of
Soyr Caroi;nabeld at Greenwood, on the
25fSnlt.'fare1-urt closing with the followifl
resolutions was adopte 1 1
" Retched, Tbat this Coarentiort rtgsrds the
late action of the American Tract Jaociety on
the subjret of elavery as unconstitutional and
nnMiitt. nd aneeiallvfeSeiiSlve as brtaibUga
reailess, persistent dispisitloa to meddle with
wnat oeianga not to uiu&
" Knotted, That the members
eaBnot contrioute f onds to the Amertairaci,
Society, nor recognize its ager.M'or; col-
uuretraeteu: and that we adviscbrtUirea dnd
iriemta luuuuvut -1--
The oldest minister now in this coantry ' ii
th. Rot. Ijban Aiaawerth. of Jaifrev. N. H.
ile&as ordained on the 10th of December,
l781.nd has oreached tn Jaflrey over three
Quarters of a century . Last 'SibbaHr was the
u. hundiMkli BFHVM-Arv of hli.blf ttida v. In
the afternoon he walked to the meeting, andj
was able to heat the discourse preached ay nis
A writer In the TPttfera Reorder,, giving an
account of the G-Ba Biptlsts, sajii " One
D. j)., converted froar the Datch Qardrcb, i
aaan of sound (earring and uudoubtod piety,
now sands excluded from the Uipflit OSjunli
because h w lasjl !h
lustrations hire apoeoat from the Centra!
Lsnd OsSce to the Sarveyot-General of Kan.
sas and Nebraska, to return a proper pll of
survey for the tract of land granted to tfie
Presbylerib. Board of roreagn MIssiohs, under
the 13iB ortrol of the treaty of in order
tbat a MteMriaay be issued for a title a, re
quired ty thareaty. ,
The Kv, C. W. Thomas, of the Georgia
CobferoueeM. E. Church, South, has returned
heme after a three years' cruise as Cbapiatu
on ihe U. S. sloop Jamutoum, Commander
Ward. The Southern Jlivtalt saya :
' He bas returned ineoed health, excepting a
erve, aatecuon, the result of long exposure to
the heat Of the tropics. After a cruise or
3T.0UU miles, during which twenty-five foreign
pert, were visiteu eaca twice ana some inree
tiaies she has returned, and that from some
of the most unhealthy tropical stations, with
out the loss of a man, and with a crow amng
whom the good order and the uufrequency or
mmrannrut wtre especially notewormy. aiucn
of this litter result is aurtouted to the exam
ple aad teachings of the Chaplain, whom Com
vV characterizes as "peculiarly fitted" fr
this work. We hope that the reader of the
dretate may hear atrocity fr ua'Bro. Thetnas
sou,ettMag u tu varied experience, ot vis sea
and foreign Mfe."
Pr4K ae xatsan AfTjcn ;
U:axeat ta a Slave.
The students of Howard College have erected
a meoument ever tae grava or tne slave
l tie ceremony was periocmas on aorniay, me
10th lostant that day being selected for the
convenience ot rse aegreoa, who wieuea 10
witness the ceremony. Harry. was a boy who
watted en the students, and by his faithtul and
courageous devotion, sacrificed himself to a
horrible death. But for bis efforts a large
number of the students weald have been
burned to death. One of the first to discover
the fire, he nan from room to room waking up
the sleeping students. Even then he would
not leave, aad thoughtless of himself, add
reckless of danger, trougo the flames escaped
alt an-und biiu, and tte waits uere falling in,
he weoM not leave wbHo there was a life to
sive for others. He reatalned too long, and
was bimselr enveloped in tne saaos, auo
burned to deatn.
He exhibited a high humanity and courage
which does honor, net only to bis bumble race,
but to human nature itself; and his self-eacri-fieine;
devotion and fidelity mark in letters of
living fight the reciprocal affection between the
master and the servant.
The meoHaeit is a perpendicular marble
shaft, ten feet bleb, of quadrilateral figure.
The brief, simple, touchiug epitaph, a part on
each side of the shaft, tells tee simple narra
tive of a devotion as noble and as grand as
any in the great annals of bitterr.
We have made several visits to the grave of
this humble martyr in the uose of hassanrty.
We caaoot look upon it without the involun
tary tribute of a tear to his memory. We.give
a copy of the epitaph :
Serraut ar H. TalOtrd, B. D.. Pmtknt at the Birar4
wk ht Mt Ufa teaaa tupar lea raoved
war nwHf the laJiail,
at tlx Wr-IBC at the Cailrge Bel Mag,
au taa aU(M of uaawr 1Mb, KM,
agd iirmtj-tbrte yaan .
A eaaiaitea awmair H toe Baitlit Csmrea, MaHnM
IheOaraaaaraT a Obrtataas awtaut ""taMkm saw
Aa a grateful MM M( Mftitr. aa4 to easiewtaeTaie
a neate aet. skta ilwawut ka trea nana a? Ike
tmsnnar Uawanl OaO(e asd tneAhAiaaa Saati.t
Be i ii aaaal j 1 1 ir amller la tt OuBuae. asd van
auvravd J tk Sawa at mtOauaM, aad warecd la
mat Sar kM Uae, naW: -I tatwa- It Ufa
fetti" aarf-Waaand IfMtr Mm at tuc mil ot fcec
A Hsrse Trade.
The Boston tng GazttU is responsible
for this one: ' '
When Topple was in the horse trade, he had
bis eyes cesieiantiy about him for a specula
tion, and one day ia Vermont he fell in with,
among o.her secie(ie, a horse, whose princi
pal point u ere the points of bone projecting
tnruogB. his skit a ieg, lean, taint-, wsiie
anisnal that had trot ome way be i and his
teene, wheee qualities as a good hwrse were
vouched for bv a neubbor, who said tie bad
knowed bia for twenty-four years, and a kinder
critter never led ox-n in a plow manae!
The horse was bought at a discount and
shipped with three others in a car for Boston,
wfeere he arrived safe, but scarcely sound
Topple tboegat it a hard investment, aad felt
somewhat anxious as to how be sLould get bis
mo .ey back again, concluding at last tbat he
would undoubtedly make eagh on the . ether
three to eorer the loss oa this one, w bids he
must, be conceived, sustain. He bad him sta
bled, and then the idea occurred to Topple
tbat he would attempt a little factitious excel
lence for the poer beast, and endeavor to put
bia off resnectably. A horse of some celeb
rity had died just before, and Topple borrowed
a large cover tbat was wont to envrlope the
animal alter running, ana covered up ui, own
Imsaediately afterwards appeared an adver
tisement iu the Pail and other papers tbat the
famous trotter White Foot was on exhitition
at Bailer's, and would be sold on a certain
day, inviting people to call and see him. T&e
usual formula was gone with, of " sound,"
".kind," "stand uithout a trying." fee , con
cluding with the statement that be had goi.e
bis mile in less than Uiree minutes. The ad
vertisement brought many horse-fancieis te
the stable, waere Watte root stood in a bed of
straw, covered by the robe that bad been bor
rowed. Topple thought that boldness was the best
poiicv, and caned tne attention o: bis visitors
to the fact of the horse being so poor, venting
the statement gratuitously that be had fairly
run the Utah oS bis bones, and it seemed proba
ble, as the fesh was not there.
A the day of salearrited, Topple visited
bis racer at regular periods, and w.lh a lath
vigorously applied, endeavored to excite in bim
a disposition to appear vigorous oa inspection
before the public, and siceeedd so ftr that
before the time arrived the sound of Topple',
fert on the stable floor wrought the poor beast
up to a perfect frenzy. He stamped and 6irug-
f:led in a manner extraragaat enqugh te estab
ish a large reputation for m tile, ami Topple
was satisfied. "Perhaps," whispered he to
the auctioneer, " we may get seventy dollars
'I Be horse was brought to the block, and. at
sight of Topple he manifested every sign of
spirit. His nostrils were distended, his eye
brightened, and be stepped round nervously, as
though be were impatient tuafbars somebody
buy him, that be might be geTBg Inside of three
minutes over the road.
"' How much am 1 offered far the horse ?"
said Bailey; "how much for White Foot?
Shall I bare a bid?"
Seventy-five dollars," said a voice.
" SevetuYv-ave thank vou seventv-five :
rbail I hear any mere?"
One Honored," another voice. .
" Twenty-five," first btdder.
" Fifty," secofcd.
" Go en, gentlemen," aaid BsiJ-v. Jeitine the
biddiue proceed, teeing tbexeoipetitien . - any
more than one hundred and bfty for a bora
that baa been bis mile ia less than three min
" One hundred aad sixty," another bidder.'
Seventy," a new voice
" Seventy-five," first aad second together.
' An v raore than one serentv rive ? Mold J
Dr. Small, of Cape Cod, takes him at one hue- I
... . '
area anc sevenij-Hre. -
The bid was mine," said Ji; second bid
der, " and I insist upon it"
The contestant was a roan living in town,
and the auctioneer tboucht that for prudential
reasons it would be better to let tbe beast go
out cf town, If be bad strength te get out, no he
praveiv decided that Dr. Small's bid waa the
one be bad beard, and to whom he had knocked
off tbe bargain.
So anxious was tbe disappointed man to
procure (he horse that be offered tbedocter fif
teen dollars forbis bargain, who informed him
tbat be could not trade. Tbe price, be said,
was not raachto bim; be wanted a horse that
wjuld go quickly, and as he had got a good
one be should hold on to him.
Tbe money was paid over and tbe animal de
livered to the purchaser, wbo procured a wagon
and harness and started for home, in tbe hope
of reaching Cape Cod In about two hours.
About that length of time after he left, a horse
was he aid moderately approaching tbe stable,
and thefftce of old WhUe-Foot aval seen once
more in tbe preriiict. 4
"Well," said he doctor, as be got out of the
wagon, "I want to do now what 1 should have
done before, ask about tbi, horse. Who
knous-auytbieg about bim? . This advertise
ment aays" holding up a copy of tbe Pott;
ar,d reading the description "iliat be has been
hi mils inside of three minutes: now I should
like to know wbeuF,
"Not more tharFtbreei-weeks ago lie did it,"
replied Topple; "raw him myseir."
"Wbert, for goodntrs sake?" said, Ib'e doc
"On tbe down prade of ihe Rutland Railroad.
in a freight car," replied the impertoraabte
Thb GoSnwoarpJUcr. ParttrU$nT&cf
thr Timet atlnbates trie defeat or toe Ameri
can horses, in the Goodwood contest, tu tbe
incapacity of ibeir trainer, Palmerwho is
celebrated for bringing bis torses io thiround
eo fat tbat they cannot do themselves lattice.
It preditts that they will still win the ilay,4
alter runniBg uosuccemuiiy long enouga to
get tbemselrcs in good condition.
Bcttiiigs ia" Theatrical axd Knsical Circles.
Mis Mat. This cbtrriing American artist,
trhMe PTf iurcfaa in London baa caused a
fDsaHwi, wilt leave Liverpool by the Jtlantic
on tne wm ms'-am, ana biakc mow Ap
pearance here early in September. Mies May
is a nativo of Wahingloo, and connected with
many of the first families in that city ar.d in
Boston. She bas pursued in Italy and France
a suecessful course of studies for the last six
years, and will doubtless cause a con.idirable
musical sensation In her own country.
Aobeb's Nsw Opera, "ia Utta di Porliti,"
(Mas.nrelo.) was to be performed for the first
time at the Sao Carlo, in Kapha. The man-
. . . . . 1 l . .
apar ordered immense posters io o nrimro,
zid posted all over the city, but bis (celincs
i may be ImsglStd when be found that the prlii-
tijr huLby mistaCqrUced n " I" instead of a
t" 'A " mtita," making thus the name of the
opera, " La, JiJ (ihe eae muiej at fortui "
Stokt or a Pebble. Some sixty years ago
youog actor at Jlunieii so utterly railed in
a performance aa to be peremptorily dis
W, ' "f
missed the enrffed mharr,vhose comedy
he had marred, if not, absolutely endangered.
And well might he be cad; for, to add to bis
disappointment, ma wretched garret lay bis
father's corpse; bis widowed mother looked to
him a, .Tier bi.ly stay; and a group, of livtlo
brothers and listers depended on him fef their
daily bread. Witb Indeseribuble gtW, there
fore, and a few sorry crowns in bis pocket, be
left the theaur, bought food for the hungry
family, and ordered a cotna tor toe departed.
That hteUt bs w'atehed by iba-aHe of bis
falblr'd rmalns ; In the inornhi? he followed
them to tbe grave; and then, wandering on the
banks of tbe neighboring river, thought for an
ns'aat of throtving himself to ; but suuddering
at tbe crime to whieb be was teniptei, be knelt
Jown to 3lc fergivnM of boo ; and at last,
absolutely worn out, Be sank ilewuon tnegrass
to sleeji. As bo awoke, with tbe rays of the
morning sun, and amidst the merry chirping
of bird(4ie feti refreshed and thankful tbat
he was still alive, and new resolved to return
tothe,jrJiy. But a pebble caught his ey; it
was white, for it was rhatk-stonr, and on it
was aii exquisite tracing of pome little crea
ture. As he brooded over It with profound at
tentlea.a thought struck bim; ethers succeed
ed ; experiments followed; he saw, at length,
the possibility of engraving on tese, and ob
tained t herefrom some beautiful impreefions.
The young man was. in fact, Aloise Senefelder,
and tbat white pebble was Ibe cradle of tbe
art of biography. Rtr. Chat, U'ttKamt.
Miss Louisa Pyne and Mr. Harrison wiH
appear in English opera, at the London Lyce
um, after the 17ib of September.
We learn with regret tbat Ricbard J.
Turner, tbe well knows baHad singer, died
suddenly on Thursday weeK last, atSykeivitle,
near Baltimore. He bad a superior voice and
great natural taste, and had hi, powers re
ceived earlv culture, be would bave taken rank
as one of the first, vocalists of the age.
At the Philadelphia Araderav promenade
concert, ihey claimed to bave discovered two
good siegers in a young uerman sepraao, for
merly one ef the Viennese Children, and a
baritone in tbe pereou of an Italian from Ha
vana. Madae Uglade, on Ibe 16th ultimo, gave
a m i(f we at the Dudley Gallery, London, where
by the permission of Lird Ward, nearly all the
fashionable snueieal rtnntoas are now held.
he lady in question bas long been tbe prima
donna of tbe Opera Cotniqur. With the ex
ception ef Madame Besic, there is, perhaps,
no singer of tbe present day wbo is so remark
able aa executant of florid masc; one so va
riously gifted in the deliiery of passaces writ
ten simply for display, and the astonishment of
Mdik. Graver, a distingniebed and gifted
piiaist, from Louton, expets to visit this
country this fail, and add one to tbe number
of stars ia the musical firmament alreacy an
nounced for the enlightenment of our city.
.A sacred concert waa given at the Catho
lic Cathedral iu Buffalo, on Ibe Slst ulc, at
which these grand eumpositioae of Beethoven,
Haydn and Mozart, particularly adapted to
the service ef the Catbolk Church, were per
formed. Signor Goidi, ibe well known Italian tenor,
foroMrly a resident ef Boston, and mere lately
of this city, died a few days age, in Albany,
or consumption, and In poverty. He leaves a
wife (a Boston lady) and several children.
One of the first scientific musician of
Europe, and decidedly the ablest and most
thorough teacher of music, Dr. Gustavo
Schilling, author of a number of moat supe
rior didactic and other musical wotkt, bas ar
rived here to esiaWioh in the I'nstrd States a
Public Academy of Music, similar to (he Con
servatories ef Europe.
In relation to the epoositioit r f the Church
to the Theatre, tbe Bostm Uetstrtaler sis:
" The Drama, previously to the era of Shak-
speare, was exclusively in the bands of the
Chore 1j ; and if tbe Church could use it now to
promote use interests ef religion, it would."
" irvb)." say the French musical
journal, is to-be given at the Theatre Lyrique,
on Uat oponiiig ot taat I neater after ttie Mid
Misa Henrietta Irving ie ta be leading
lady at Wood", Theatre, Cincinnati, next
In London, recent!, six nasBohiei. firs'
editions of some of Shakspearo's plays, sold
ir 911 au-
A Peopw'd Theatre is io be erected in
Paris, capital- ef accommedntios six thou
sand spectators, who are to be admitted at an
exceedingly low rate ef charges. Historical
dramas are to be made a leadictr points
to aH petfermiHoeu. and nriaeu are te Se ai
judged for merol and edueatloRil dramas,
Mis, Matilda Heron is aimeuneed as
spending the sommer and prefnrrag for her
arduous campaign, by a sojourn at Atlanta
City, oa the Jersey court.
Cotton Crop is. Alabama.
The Giieltt, published at DenfMolis, Ala.,
the centre of the cotton rrgien erAksbama
the Canebrake in its issue of tbe 7th fMtaat,
"For two weeks or more past, we bave bad
'brcueliout this section an average of one
shower a day. Ou Monday and Tuesday we
bad eachday a perfect flood. The ground is
perfectly saturated with water, and if Ihe
weather sbouM now turn off dry and Lot, tbe
cotton will almost throw otfalmestall its forms
and youog bolls. The weed in th's neighbor
hood h large and sappy, and is now casting off
waai rew squares rt oa, on it. The excessive
rains wbieh we bave had insure, beyond a
doubt a very short crop. The Canehrake this
year will produce an immense crop of corn."
The Demepeiis GaiHlt, of August 14th
We were shown this morning a couple of
cotton belts that bad opened when about half
matured, and on examioing them we found
they were entirely rotten st where the stem
connected with tie pod. We were informed
by the gentleman wbo presented Ihem, tbat a
considerable number of bolls in bis crop were
In the same condition. We presume this is
what is known as 'cotton rot,' andbas no doubt
been produced by the continuous rales.
" We bae bad clear wheather now for a
week past, and we hear from the planters that
there has been considerable dropping off since,
but not to the extent apprehended."
Weather akp Crops in Alabama. The
Lafayette (Chambers county) Htraid, ef the
5th inst.. says:
" Fcr the laet two weeks we have bad cepi
oes showers ereryday, and ibe signs tt present
indicate stilt mote. Tbe com crop In this
section has been vastly benefitted, bet the rain,
came too late to make a full crop."
The Selma RrpoTttr,n tbe 7 Ji iast, says:
" rbe late contiaoois rains have had a glo
rious effect on the com crops ia this se Uon.
The cotton plant ItV fresh and fine, but tier
is a 'plentiful lack' of blooms and bolls, ai.d,
according; to tbe report, of the planter,, lhr
is but little tape of making anything like an
Tbe Montgomery MaH, of the 10th instant,
"Intelllee'nt plantar, tell us, tbat with a fa
vorable fall, the irop ef .all Ibis eecilen of Al
abama Will be very large indeed. Somehow or
other, although cotton f ot a poor start, am! ap
parently a very bad stand, jet it bas 'caught
tup' amazingly. Even the long continued rain,,
usually very Injurious, have so far proved
io be highly advantageous. The weed ba, got
tbe size t needed, and the shedding, which
usually follows wet weather, seems likely to
be missed. There is, we are toid by one of oHr
largest planters, en immensity of fruit on the
weed, aud a laree atneant might be dropped,
and leave morethaa an verage crop.
TakiRg tbeontoien and aeeuunts of the most
kdelHgeftt cotton raisers as tbe basis of our
calculation,, we cannot avoid the belief that
the crop is likely to exceed an average, con
siderably. No part ot the country was more
effected by tbe dioaeterauf tbe spring than this,
and vet we are bound to admit nrosnects are
now highly favorable.
me breeusboro (Ala.) Brocoo of Angust
'Though a, yet we bare heard but little com-
niaint ef the inirr dm, In !h roltun rran br
the?!most daily tniusihat have fallen in this
section for a month past, we hive no doubt
that considerable injury ha, Been done, espec
ially on the Moek-'and slouch land,. Oae
of tbe effects ef so much rainy and cloudy
weather, bas oeen to make the weed grow too j
rapidly. The worm, the rot, and the rust, are
also likely to tie superinduceu by the sime.
The Latz Jams, C. Dobbix Pursuant
to a special call, a meeUng of the North Caro
linians in this city was held on Thursday even
ing, to pay a tribute of respect to the raemrry
of the late Ex-Secrotary of the Navy, Hon.
James C Dobbin, a native of thoir"State. On
motion of Dr. It Jt Powell, Han. Jacob
Thompson was called to preside. Vf. J. Cown
was appointed Secretary.
On taking the Chair, Mr. Thompson made
some touchinc-remarks. He felt rvroaad f nr.
sidine at a raeetin'" ua la miakie ta, ii 1, Ue I
', . I ft. . , , . . . n .
settled and felt he had some claim to nnlte
wllb North Carolinian, in honoring the memo
ir of one or uinr distlnguliDed tons. Mr.
Thompson knew Ihe late James C. Dobbin from
childhood; and, deploring the Iocs of bisfrieed,
said be bad never met a man wrln a clearer
head or purer heart than tbe deceased. Saita
ble resolu'ioris arere reported by Hon. John IL
Wbeelrr, in which the qualities of deceased,
in bis public and private wais or jite. were
feelingly alluded to. Air. Wheeler, addressed
the meeting at length, soon aftenwtlich it was
adjourned. IKasAinrion avarrr.
,3T AhaJ was sold ia Philadelphia, the
other day, for $1,425. In the same city; women
make thirt, for six cent,, and lire on stale
kbrtad awl mouldy ehtea-."
ggTHon. Henry VinterDa,Trs.ba.s been trh
aotmontly reftdmlnatrd for ConVjtis "by a con
vention of tbe American party In Saltimore.
. ,Hon..W.H. CaAwroaD.declfDesJjlie Amer
icarT DomtriatTon for Congress In tbe second
.district of Georgia?
iiiuoupn a jesiueni ci anoinrr mate, De wa. To raia eaa reueei
oornWCorth Caroflaia where for over one u-tiwaj.baif, i
a i-.i Jim- ..V. . . . Oitne tetwafd t-c
iiuimrcu n.iu ...i , ii.ia aaB a.UJIIV UBU UEeil I
.x .hoihiso 10 we as.
'ah EHtonx or crir tin.
llf'rto UTUttlfj, tt HfJio Sqwt.
Hit mide Uir wpinte J tum r Pari",
XtA ttr f r .cr' me ttal nea iline lie was Uiera
TSt rt amitttr trjue Mrs. Barrli.
(K. t lfc laT wlwat nim 1 aa IamS In tubrr.
uat puis Jtra. Jt , vltlxrat rwniiica or mi iicrjj
Siml tlx ousaecotlTa wteka litwHWTPla
2UMrpfna alvM asa inepss ittnr.
VaSarr ;? ikm taita o.a c.a wu; -
tn th rr.BB . r Km h. ad nr Ihn BA ij br to.t.
Or wrap mart tn rah.uldns, of lit nnod tier alt,
1 n.. . . . ...... ... H .fk .T..
r nm n, auru,iir,
rr.ia for ereikfaMf , t ae- a- sijd tiadi;
Drrastt U ill is, afad staM in, im v-aia. w,
Dieueatadaoea ta, totlift tu, t 'wwra.ts; "
Dmtn for wiaier, prior, ,aaar and far;
All of ibem dirr-rent la rulir and pattaiu.
Silk, mu.lio and l,c,crpa vriet and satia,
Qall ,f riprodTt, ttJ BtotH mr "tlmajlj . - ,
In laert, rr a I ikiou that e ud rtr MTCaeikt.
From tn tbaind ire rtbta 1 lueatt-'lasa I rWa,
la aH qaaitna ( rarl", aad U rr start, ,
Walla at Kllmwj ia va nstainad, Kd IBd awerr,
Taep tuobO Ua itrwti. and lie taeud Iba WHS.
TBI lut Uta, ikatr soldi aalead kv tbe ateaaer Aril.
rraHU Vliln.rr itcl-rM ll UHi i.r br Cairo,
Stla ucul)n qQUI7 t- pi ins tl tait,
Safflctrut w au tae I ! tltrdka.t,
Wlib 4 cwt avtpui o tbe ,tlf' Bualleal.
uat t r wbkk ib ladies llirmarlft" a nu,bUtd
Both partKBat laKraat ibal lkr loimlrd
Tkrlr us prwprr in M la Hri aad ro
Or raaMtos roAtwietlt, w.:tl wdr-rtbl,
GfttTo. baed rckh-r-, icarf , ad 1Mb nlfira aa tbee.
Im, wrapped up la rat tinwia. Uie CircaiaUa twaw
la. C.Tt pead-t te Ike skin, aad frO-iy l Ihe duties,
Hrr rriailt Um at Uew all a tttctfcu. M dUA,
Xf Ftora kad sira w tmaontly wl,
laruKin i tu aad a piatMa Or dat
Bot-ta Mr- traM4 vhn aba ten M teMde out.
Aad ttn I ratii cana la llttt, aad tbe drr to"' t-
WMaii , la apH ( CaSUe ar aad Cuvaa-beatt amtr.
Had ealrrad thr twrt wttkuut aer tT,
AM yn, tlwfb Kiia tkne BkAlbs have pauad aUce
TbU m-idi.Ddln mat, M twet calls, op Brojdvsr,
TkM rasw Mli. ti'Fllaaaar, ef II di Sii If,
Tba liu liaaa mt mat, an l uw dwralr,
BeuM9 ike kad Bethief vbtrva' war I
VMbtas ta wrail Svw. aa IM ii atru OWr,
I da Bat avert lbi, pa kaw la betows ui
Tbat ike's in a ataU ar aVautmaaadHr.
UU t'j.r. Greek auar. y lb"- il"lW Vo:
Bat I d, tana to ay, I kaaVbraid kwt dMSar
Wlon at Iba aaatc oinia,l bed aa a wwi
Wbieh fciat ere batatrrd KJkn.and Bai aoratl w,
Tkat ebadOtttaikia(tBibM wortd io mt,
I abauid BMBttw st bate tfcit uut et JtHi fMra'a
Tw bawlied and S.tr sr Mxap aoacaa,
I bad jut bwn rtaactrd ai k wku kMkl Ibruw til
Tba rrt iu tbe ibade, ar tea mad hi, batowal
la rtrirlf. arte- lvmr or tblnr xviectlaaic. -
Ot keae teaau reaaiaa Kbtcb ibe- cifVd berJ'aJT.c-
tWus." "t 1
And tat ratker decared, bat veU kuaara wark ot art,
Ublcn iu VWra ptnUud la iyiin 'be &rt."
St we were f aed rtr irottflii- bU jdKMed;
Kat k eaiitBM utraaa, bf faeelakiar (,ee.
Bat In a fieat pirtar. butt krlfluaU' ItaCKd.
B ratb tbe sai estate we wbpted bne,
Or b.ebr. r liauaparta, ar rack eblr uthail
Ii wai aue j lb .oteat kuawe-i n.,ahH.,,
Witb a very seaaU aprwti r( .1 artHharat, tt asr,
Ant a laic di.ai d ivpoctad br Ti".I
UU ber ali(.Bal live but I yrM-ed a ill.
9b eidaieRd aa a ml t prrMbeM,
tall) way pWUM aa- aH ai ar ate,
"Taku.wraa apattaa aaueb aa I aba.,
Aad SHrt wbea I lata w ', duu't pea Hl
Aad jim Bat awt anaae bate Ban ikas twice bs tba
tr lata la saw ttlber at party ar ball
Bet at vaye ba laaay te eeeae wtu a I can;
&deutpreUB abeutdaiy aulataK
1 we aVt bmk tbl. sr, ihe W te time iuth
y.t tbat rt T iblMc; kat the barium tuu.t be
Tbat, aakws as latwe, Ijkm twifeuiy Ire,
Far ibw ! a "ti et "Baweui. at ywa Me,
Wbieh ii btadHK ee yea, bet n t ktbdloc ea me."
Weil, hniBf tba, weiMd stUs at'Fluatay asd xalatd
With tbt tuke, crieeusea, and keeps tbat contained
I bad, as I Ibaufbt, a ceettBttst iimatedti,
A t leaat m I be preaerty, and la.- .1 imhL
Teaacear aa i "aceetkyday aad b BStM;
audit bail nib we. k A tbe Stackaab suad bU
TbHr cards bad beva out Par a iwiwtM ar a,
Aad aet all tbe aeruue aa) Ike up toe
I leeatdmd it euiy tay detf U cu.
A ad teeir aim Pl-atMrnod ta pa--"-I
leuad kee a ladfra are apt te k. ieusd.
When lb ilaa lutwnaiaa between tka Cfctseasd
Or Ibe bed aad tut rteHere eutir la raerter
Tn.n taaal I iaUj I wat s y I aaeebt tr
latent eo ibe Ae.giaas uad.ubiadiy saeewi,:
Ta ere ir pnkapt It aiBafX wti.t c-e aulas
She iBfSrd aa Ielr Wby, Harry, yee itauer,
lib aht ibal yea annate the .neB-r' wuaakei!''
-Se I did." I r. plied, -'but Ibe d.naer U waUeH,
Asddigotad, 1 uaat, tar 'tis a. w uiaa or ire,
SakHBCretteVadfatantbatdUy. I leilvwed
laciiuaileii, wbKb leu sae, yuu tee, ie ymr deer.
And aew wiH year ledyakip re, atbd aeiuiil
A a luat U intern bk it you :M' ud
Tear kry, aU sra , and pee aer t lead,
(AU wbKb, wbeu I ewa, t nape aeeae ettltmw.l
Te ibe Sbikaye, wb. V't, yea) fcoaw, la IV-mM-
Tk. lair rtara leeked up with apirrfatatr.
Ad auwetrd nit pi paly, Wtj. HaVry. iscnfcAcT,
I abaaid liaeakeee all ikwa ta ea witeyeu UeraS
Bat really and truly l'eBahit. "e Kear.
Ketblae ta wear ! soyoatai Jen anay'
Wear IbedTeaayu bare an, aad yvU'itwby'iar,
I esaate, tke saat krutbi, aad tr-Kadevaear
Or the Startup ea una" -aie,ped t r bar eye,
Aetbwlll aUbattu Ibts detica e , a. -art at Itally,
Opeaed oa eae at aae a et terriMe battery
Of torn and aan mM. Sb made aa reaei-.
Bet ,. a slMht iuru le lb cd at ber Bare,
(tbat pore Onctau fealeaaj aa mueb la aaf ,
" Hew ab-urd tbat aay aae mau abwuM aetuw,
7tMt a lady aauM au le a ball in tlae aatb,
Xo miller bw Ske. Ibat so wears every "Ua"l"
Sol vestured asats ' Wear year
fSeaaad tua up t a) -Teal's la
- -Teal's leadkrk y
-- leu rue sayt" Tka I
ra ua aamiyia r
--That'i Ma lisbt
Wrar ttttla oe-r aauo" "I caut'a eedUre wutu "
Year ran aataaid tba, ibr beat at tbe baerb'
" I baeen-t a thread et wbi elae. aaatatea.-
l'oor braws eaatrr eafifue" T.i. aad Vsex a Mka
- Tbe peara-evterad"" I wauld, but tbat piatuey dreat
Hn bad It a week" "TVea tbat ezqaetta lilac,
la abdabyau weaMaat tbe heart et a Sbyteek."
(Befe the aa-e taat acatu tbe sea. eievattaa )
I weatda'a waut ibat ter tbo bi.l crtaaaUa.'
" Why not li'a suy taaty, Ibirl Batbia; rveid
s lit tt
Aib avaiaie 17 " "Tee. bat dear a, tbat fctaa
atpbraaia Skikkati baaietataej M likeH,
AaJ I aMa'.avtear derated Mr a ehliaf aiiteea"
"TUea la.1 r-aane earait, laal arel JTanrrse ;
waawvawaaauaaMcaaaaere, :aai. taaaeraai xaeeu.
aaaavaj't. - Tariaoan. ran nib annaiW
Naa aneaf aUeHatila stub Men,"
S.ad tae lady Umari.cpd aod tutted,
-Tbea wear " I exaaita d lata e wbfcb ajaite eeuiW
)ppaiik.n. ' thai orre-a teUeOe l,kb j(Hi ap..n
i ram taat sprias. at ibe seaae p-eieata tea.
Aat lir all IMiraal OMit aaaaa irrr ouch aiuiLJ "
Tkeetadu! tbe uaae wa Barteati. ualy lu aid ap,
7 1 . . kL 1 J, , k "T;:
t baee wora it tbrer liar.. atibel-at ealcalvlen.
Aad ibal aad tea aaaitot aay erae are ricaaed .'
H-fe Irrpaeduut eoa-ihtnir p rhapi rather ia,b.
Quit laaieteat lbaa.sk; but ie ue aa rxa,natoe.
Mere ml.uw besctaa-te it " s-utad aty aaeh
Aad pnieed eecy aaaei tae tae act ef ear aaaaii.u.
' PeakUeetlcta, tt It, Ml? I vuuterteeeeilttia:
PotaVr fall dawn aad cra b yju -b, yau meu bar so
TeueeMab aarataral, Wiharat crralarra,
wto set yeureia up a ittera and ptearbera ;
Year ail ry preteaee eraiy wbel a am sueae it Ml'
Pi ay. aba dayau kaew et a anaui'. aeeeaalta?
1 bave ta.d jau aad tbawu yea I bare nethlax t
Aad H perfectly pi at a y.,n mat ay daa't care.
Bat raa do set bj ere aa. rbeoe ibe so went alia
. bizber )
Iiaplw'i yaad.red. yoenromdcill a a Par.
Oar eatuseaaeHl ie end d, sir y s, aa tke St ;
Taar'e a brae aad a mill r. iUd I deL't kaw
I ralid y aactnted tbe wards Hottentot,
PactpAket sad cauiatkal, Tactr aaad taPf,
Aa fenite expKtisee wbieb laiakt firr nek ( ;
Bet ibii a y praeed aa a eeaik to tbe paweer,
Aad tke aiaraa I bad raieed raea- faaerr aad kMder. '
It kl-w aad It raised, ihunaaiid, Uahtaaed, aad
iBterJeetieae, verbs, Tvreoeaaj, tBt bagaaza aaaite
Taexpreestbe theatre, and "ben Ms arreeri
Were breocb' ap aO at a e b. a I r rent af tests.
And ray hwt faint. Orepelirac an, taut at an abs
Errattea waa laat ta a letup at of sees.
Weil, I Mt tar tb lady, sit felt tar ay hat, too,;
Iaapt-eTiecd a tbecrewa ?roe uuer a lataco,
laieeuef eiprtseasc beti'Tfira "SbKh lay
Qaite lea d p lor wjdft fCead.wot th wea'd aay
Tbea. wiikoal ciag tkieYitaiSbe lr j, tt a bew,
tVa d.Baeef i IbeaBir-l bdrr kaw Lo-
Oa dMrtnSad sidewalk rait la p-port aad square.
At beta aad a,, ataira ba f aeaea.y tbair;
Paked aay feet law a.ippere, me are taw blase,
Aad a.id ta aay.eat, as I lie aor ctaar,
Sapaaaac a taau bed tke wealta, ar Ibe Cair,
Or tb Hataelae la beot all ibe teat at kie days,
Oa tb wfceie, da yu tblab b wo'uM bare much to
If be Biriied a wamaa wllb aatbiecic-wear
Siaoe tbat aisbi, laltec p.lus tb.t it sboakl Bit be
Abraed la aaetety, I'rttnetKcted
A aevra ef Inoaiir, exteoei and Iberoatb,
Oe this vital i aaj x, aad Bad, ia aay barrar.
Tbat ibr fair Peara'a care H by aw taeaas-aarpiitlae.
But Ibat ! tie re exiaia tte creat at dtatnas
la "Mar reaaie cauuaaaiiy, a erts ar iVbc
Frees ib a utiaapp ud aa.tttaiaaa of dreia,
Wfco e BAfertuaate eMtei are SVItac tbvalr
With tbe tat jut waU cf - aatbiiac. ta w.ar
Reeeaie ia aaaa ef lb Vpt r Ts dtttaicta
iter al tbe meet palatal and ata, ilibjiataUMtcs,
pot abKh p-t me fturDlauu aaiT a Jw 1 j
la eae ai title buss vej tb Flits Avenae,
Three yvatx ladiaa wete taad, aii b- taw tweoly-two.
tekbeee b a taree whole week wvheat aaytbl- c new
la tbe way .f Caaaoei adta aa-i tbaa left la Ibelarcb,
Art- aaabie e f ta ball, coaurl er - burcb.
la aaxtber larae auamaua aear-Ma a p ace,
WaifueBdad p'arable, tv-aal-ru"lec aan
Ociur d, atituikiaaf BiaaiU'saaietlaea
Total want, leaa-caauoord. at caaarU' hair ibawti,
Aad a auBVriac f aaady, wbaae ra-e xbibtt
Tbe eaeet pmatac Bred cf real enaiue tippets :
Te suteiee f tb Waal at a Bew lltU abt :
Aaatber ceo Seed ta U baaae, wh a it Is aaodtar
Tt an s,aal, beeaaar ber akawl Kn t ladla ;
SlUl anMber,wbef tar ureajaare brett m at ten lie
it far itsce tbe ladbaaa at the ,raeer Vaetue,
In wbieh wert tfipalfid. teH lnaji ar nlalkat,
(Pr wbee fat abe. perhaps, Balsbt bave fetwd canao
laUen, Orb B-- ii at Seaetwitb srrraa r bmaissa ) '
Katibecbo.ontaeaertaieQtaf Pteaefe aleerea and cotlari.
Era seat aat from Parti, warak iboeiaoUsef deHart,
Ad ail as ta alt le mast Tteherthe aad rare,
Tae want el wbkb 1- af ea b.fwatb Betbtac )o.wear.
A pa retxera aer in to oreer aiamuyip puc. , ,
Tbat abVa qoHe a naftaae, aBeTaSnire' a etettlc.
For ibe tMCUaaany aaf that Aatt of giief
Oanaet Bad ia letiakau Ibe liable l riHet; .
Aad pbaCvupby ba. sat a aabal te lasae.
P.rlbe TK-ukaar taeh eei rabrisst irtxpttr.
Bel tbeaaaarat oy far afaB U- ,adfella.-.e
la tbe iaeHy pnactiaed apea ibe puur ova' ore
3y bavkaadi aad fa&ere, real beaabaide abdTtaaaaff, ,
Wba mUl tbe matt louebia appeali atit Sar dla
maada By tbeir wives sad tbeir datable a, aodlearettym tr
CoiapplteO wtib new feweh-y, faaa ar boaaiaete.
Keen lauihat Ibeir BHetrlea wb-B they let a fiance.
Aad deride tbeir deiaaada aa Bad" extrayarabce.
ttae carr of a bride was brnabf te toy View,
Tea eadfer reian;but aiaal t'waa toairae,
Wbesebaibatid ,efard. aa aaeate a Cbaraa, -
Ta pet m It ber to take meietkaa lea liaot. jo Soarca.
Tb coiiseiiaeeoa waa, tbat wbea eke cat llW.
Al tba ena of tbrr weekj abe bid Betbhac ta wear.
Aad wben lb psipend t fl.il-b lb xaaea
At Newport, ibe tseivter refae-d otu aad aat,
Per bit tafanaueodat1attfcBC a a. rraaea
Etcept tbatth- wattra a fried wl b bra tout
Seebtreattamt al tMs was tab, sb slags! eedile,
Aad praorediBfi aresawgelas ea fa ibrerm.
Bat b barrow tbe lee layaby ni-me the.tirtata
Pi-MBtbeeveetaesaf wi Bn-b it '- certata
Hai bera h-re aiarkvrd to irlr ap tb ptiy
Of eearr brareo rat teat ia t,- ul).
Aad apur vp Hiiuiaaaty Ibie a caater
a aad cay
tasTed ly ti itaeebia descrlptloB,
marrsw and brad a aaeecnotifa
Waa'taoraskliadpbiiaaibraaidit aeeise that aid la
So needed at eae by those Iodized ladla?,
Take coerce of ibe matter or wool p,tr Cooper
TbeeoraerrtaBelay tt eeme tpieaviH Bpr
Slrwtere Kk that wb3i to day truki bia name
la tb Union aoendibz ef Leo r abd Tame;
And Mad a sew cbkntyjaat for it tare
Of It oae tnaipy weuin wt:h BatbHis tb wear.
Which, ia view ot tbeeab,wbkb weoM dally bej
Tb Layla(-eut IlaaptUl well nlrt be named? ,
Wsa't Stewart, er same af ear dry jojdl tmportrrf.
Take a contract tor cietbiLC oar wins acd oerdaotb
Or, to furaiah Ibe caib to sapply I brae diatrrriee.
And lire' palbway at rear wild abaria, cvilara aad
Kre tbe want t tbtai make" It ao:b rsseirr aedttor
nfar? Woa't setse oce dlacaver a new C.IIfortli
Ob ladles, dear ldts, the aexttsasy day
Please treadle yoarboeps Jutonta Broadway,
Pr ta lie w'trl aed ! baMie, iu rlhl"n and prtJe,
And tbe lempcl ot Trade wbtcb tower a each aide.
To tb aat- ya aad Lanes wbare Huterttrn- and Oojl
Tbeir children bare calbrred, their city bar built) '
Where Ilsnrer aad Vice like lW leal iat.crry,
Have baatad, tbeir T let tna lo yteasn ad deipalr;
Raise tbe rich Calotr dre.f. aad itv Ene btod-rid "klrt,
PUk. yoor tb-Iecata war tbrpsab, th- darapaisa sai dlit,
Oreo tvroofh Ibe darx den. dtab the ritVirtt'alr
Tetberarret, where wretcbes. tbejoancaad tbeold.
Satf starvtd tod bait naked, lie crouched ircza tbe cold, 1
Satbasefltelrian Kmbs, tttrrerrselItteB U,
AO W t'JQ SSaa b-k led be tue SU4M UieTflrret .
. Dear the Su- p cry or UiMm-xi, IS iiep Sieoi that
ttin Iterwr eyint cruiiar-, who wrltbea ao tfceawr,
I!-at tlanecrae. ah.t aontuUik, tbe echoniar Hnl,
As yen l v4e:i asd kaod.r aad Be jr. ei tbe deer ;
Tb-nbem" tijMr wat-lrub a. aad aay if yvuOare
Spotted rtiiWreo of faabi, u ron're netblertaj war t
Aivl oh. If pa-rrbiare .h ia aheuld be a rpben.
Wbtre tl ii UK rtebt wbKb aa p-tuM ua bar
Wbari th fUf ana the tfatier and ihHcH uf T,sa
U3rrtd ssrHstrfprtBStraaii ion J.
Lxvatjtf .! ff ttf lut aaC ib urtaw aaT
fWltn iAi-t jr, lrws. laiih, SKtinni and ret
(Ot,laMraf Stl f4UH TtralaLcanl
ui u toai vr"r rain ja sar naiBhH wear t
Oar Old Grandmother.
.Blessed be (he. children who have an eld
faabloned grandoaotber.. As tbty hope for
leoght- of days, 1st them love and bonorher:
for we cmu teli them they will Beret- fiod an
other. " There Is a large old kitchen somewhere in
the past, arid an oM-fsshioned fire-place there
in, wlih Us smooth old jambs of stoae smooth
wiUi may knives that bave been sharpened
thtre ercooth witb manr little iu.a,a ,.,
Lbave eliine there. There are andirons, too
tie old andirons, wl h ring, in the tap, wherein
many temples of flame have beeoboiWed, with
spires ami turret, of a-rlmsee. There is a
bread, w'oritfeartb, by feet that bave been torn
and blttdkg by the way, or been made beau
tiful," and walked apon floors ef tessalated
gold. There are tengi in tbe comer, where
with we Sra sped a Vol,aiW, "btewing f..r a
little life," Hih'ed our first a-audU, iia i. .
fshovel, wberewitii were drawn forth the
glewtng emtJets In which w saw our first fan
firs 8m ureaased our first dreams tbe (bevel
with which we stirred the sleepy logs till tbe
sparks rusbad f tbe cbimoey as U a forge
were fa, blast below, and wished we bad se
trany Iambs, eo many matbiep, er so many
ssmetbines that we coveted ; and so it waa we
.wished our first wishes.
; rlitis a edwlr a low, rnth-boUaet chair ;
! there id a tattle wheel in tbe corner, a big
ultee) ta ! garret, a loom ia tbe ehamber.
nfl-" rar cheats fori of linen and yarn, and
''i s ot rjre patterns, and samplers la frames,
And eVerywIlere and always tbe dear Ml
wrin:!d-fe ef her whose firm, elaotie step I
mocks the feeble saunter of bercMtVeaj'achit-drett-tbe
ekt fashioned grandmother of twenty
Tears aeo. She. tbe vtrv Drovidenee at tbe aid
i homestead she who leved M all, and eaM she
I wished there were more of us to love, and took
halt the'scboeJ in the Hollow for grandchildren
T V . (f ,1 A ul vn h.Iw. ft, ... . .. . . ft, . ft. .
nralb -that woolen gowet, or that more stately
boatexfWej er tbat sole bek-loem of silken
We aan see ber to-do v tboee wild bloe evri
withTore olbWauty in them than time could
touch , or deoah do more 'ban bide tltose eyes
tbat-htM-both smiles and tears wltbin the
falutestcall ef every one of us, aad soft re
wool,, that seemed not raaseion but regret
urhita freaa bee aaaaaaj rr-nm tMa.lh t, . .
teobwy cj; she bas just restored a wandering
jamo tu res(anoiDtr; sue iengtnned tbe tether
or a viae IE a I. was ,;rayitur ever a window, a
she cfj"iaunnd plucked a four-lea' ed clover
for EllrC.iire sit, down by tbe little wheel
a tres Is" running tfHougli her fingers from the
distaffs disheveled bead, when a small voice
cries " Grandma " from the old red cradle, and
" Grandma !M Tommy shouta from tbe top of
the uta ire. Gently she lets go the thread, for
her patience is almost as WauUful as her
charity, and site touches tbe little red bark in
a moment, UN the younr vovacer is ic a dream
attain, and then directs Tummy's unavailing
attempts to harness the rat. Tbe tick of the
clock runs faint ami lew, and she open, tbe
rarEwnoai owais, aou proeeen, Io wind it up.
t'"e are all on Up-toe, and we beg ia a breath
to -be lifted up, one by one, and look for the
atutwirediti ttae upon tbe tin eases of the
weights, and tke poor, lenelr oendulura. which
ftioes to and fro by its little dim window, and
never comos eat M we weefu ; and our peti
tion, are granted, and we are kited up, and we
ail toucn wnn a tiiger toe woo4rful weights.
ana nee music ex tae lime woeei is resumed
Was Mary to be martied, or Jane te be
wrapped hi a atafood s meekly did she fold
the. va bite baia of the one npon her still
besom, tbat there seemed to be a prayer in
ittem mere ; ana so sweetly did sue wrealise
the white rose in the hair of the other, that
e would not have wondered bad more rosea
low she stood between us and apprehended
Bl I ItOUT tne rudest of a a auaftaaaaJ he.
nette Ike fteMIe 9rU4ure of laer faded and
tremulous band I rom her ca paciouo pocket
tbatluad was ever wUbdrawa CaWad, only to
be opened in our own, with the nut, she had
galwered, ibe cherries she had plucked, the lit
tle egg she had found, tbe "tarn-over" she bad
baked, the trinket she bad pore based for us
as tae proauci or ner spinning, tne Meteing
fee bad stored for us the ofletKint; of her
What t re; sure ef storr fell from those old
line of good faries and evil, of the eld '.lines
when she was a girl : and we wotedered if ever
out tAen sue eoultrnt be Maeieeeaer or dear
erbut tbat she ever was "little." And, thee
when we begged ber to sing ! ' Sing us one ef
tne am songs y ou used to sua; mother, gran
Children, I can't sine," she alwavs said :
arm saoiuer useu to my iter Knitting softly
down, and tbe kitten stooped nltvior with the
yarn upon the floor, and tbe clock ticked lower
in tne corner, and tne kre died down to a glow,
itce an oao nean, inai i, neitaer entiled nor
dead and grajrfaetbr eaog. To be sure, it
would'ntdofor ibe par lor and the coueert-roea
now-a-aays; DuttDeaitvaas tae eld kitchen
aud.ihe oU-fashioned Tandmtyber, aad tbe
oM baHad, in tbe dear old tlaaeg; and we can
uateiy see to write rer tne Desnury of them,
ihouth it is a band's breadth to sunset.
WoU, s&e saoir. Her voice wa, feeble and
waverinc, like a fountain jiaot ready to fall, but
taen now sweer-tooea it was; and K became
td"'Ptr a"J Stror-ger; but It COuWtr't grow
I IWtslCr. What " WV of Brief w it W3 ta ait
there around the Are, ail of us, except Jane.
, nt cwspeo a prayer to aer Mason,, and ber
1 1 Bough ts we saw, when the ball door was
opetaed a aaotoeiit by the wind ; but then we
were not afraid, for wasn't it her old smile she
uere? te mt there ftremndY Ibe ire and weep
over tbe w, ef tbe " Btbes in the Woods;"
who lay down side by slue in the great solemn
shadows ; and bow strangely glad we felt when
rbe rebut-iedbfeast coveted them o ith leaves ;
4gnd iaet of all when the angele took tbem out
TtTabe night in-o day ever lastirur
VTe tna think what we Mill ef it now; but
ue song ana toe story Heard around tne Witt Hen
fir have catered the tbo-iehts and liresef most
of us ; have given us the germs of whatever
poeuy nietgea our Heart,, Hnatever aieanory
bloomz in our vesterda vs. Attribute -jrtialeear
we may to tbe echo f and the schoolmaster.
the ray, wbicb make tbat let ter' a day we call
life,-radiate from the God-swept erreie of the
Tben tde sins;, an eld lullaby she sang to
motner aer anotner Muse to Ber ; but tat does
not sing it through, and falters ere 'tis done.
She roots her brad npon ber band,, and it is
silent in tbe old kitchen. Something glitters
down between Iter sneers and the Sreligbt, and
it look? like rain in tbe soft sunshine. Tbe
old erandtoetber is tbinkibe: when the firtt
beard the song, and ef the voice that sang it,
uuen a ns.u'-uaireu arm a iigut-iooieo girl, sue
hung around that mother's chair, and saw the
ehadeurs ot the da, to coat. 01 the Java
Ihetare iemere I What pell can we weave
to bring tbem back again ? What worsts can-
we unsay, what deeds ondo, te set back, jtst
this once, tbe ancient clock of time ?
So all our little hands were lorevrr clinging to
her garmeatt, and stayieag-bera, if from dying,
for long ago she bad deste living for herself,
and lived alone in us. But tb old kitchen
wants i presence to-day, and the rush-bottomtd
caair i, lenamiess.
Hew she tiaedto welcome us when we were
grown, and came back ooce more to tbe home
We thought we were men and women, but
we were entwrccr mere, ibe oU-fasbionrd
rerantaaSaiBer vuaa blind In her erai. htit afia
leaw watuoer .bean, as she alwavs dad. We
aavrew our long auadew, tbroufb the open door.
anc eoe ieit tnem as toey fell over ber form,
and she lurked dimly up and saw tall shape
in tue oeor-way, and eae savs, " Edward I
know, and L-cy'd voice I can hear, but who,
is tbat other? It must be Jane's "for sb
bad almost forgaatten the folded bands. " 0b,
no. not jane, tor sue let me eae else is watt
log'for Be,-is:.t she V and tswoM graitdaMUier
Wdndered and weit.
" It Is another (laughter, graomotber, that
Ed wand bits brought," sats some one. "for
" Ha, she blue eves, rar son ? Put her hand
la aunt, for she i, my latest bora, tb child of
my eld are? Shall I sing you a song, chil
dren?1 Her bend i, in her pocket as of old ;
tbe I, IsMy fumbling' for a toy, a welcome gift
to ibe children that have come aeain.
One of us, men as we thought wo were, 1,
weeping; she heat, the half-suppressed sob;
sue says, as sue exietieM Ber feeble hand,
" Here, my poer child, root upon your grand
mother's shoulder: the will nrotect vou f mm
all barm. Come, children, sit around tbe fire
again, mis u i sing yon a sooa;, or tell you a
story ? Stir tbe fire, for it is coid ; the nights
are growing coHitr.-'
Inojcioct la ih- corner strueJt Blue, tba bed
time orthoue old davs. Tbe une aF life tarae
(Indeed ,ub, the story told; tt wa, bed-time at
isc ueoa nigut to mee, gntidsaott.er. The
obi-esbioned grandmother was no more, ami
we wits her forever. Bat we wHi art nn a
tablet in the midst of tbe meutorv.ia the mlaVak-
ua ure uraii, ntwa write eu it Bury mis :
Stltr&cs TO THB MSUCOStT
a, OLB-rASHIOKKD 8KA5tai(OIHXR;
-f 0d Wtat her jtrvnr. '
- . " ' i n . a
:' "CittNESc EosabCani: x Texas. The Gal
veston Ctrleon remarks ibat Dr. Royal,, cf
that piper, durlsg bis recent tour In Western
Texas, had good oppoftuoities for observing
tbe resale of tbe experiments nqtr making in
tbe cukiratiou of ibe Chinese sugar cane In
.that region, and adds :
He says that, In the recent experiments made
lri tbe scsr region of this State, it is evident
that ft will never supercede the ordinary cane-f
-tier me marmracture ot sugar; out, in tne more
uoriuern peiuoss or tne country, where cane
win pot grow, sugar enougu for domestic con
sumptlon inny be made from the Ohiuese cane,
asituill mature in lees than thiee months.
Tna stalk is a, sweet as tbat of tbo ordinary
cane, but not so large or Jtey. It rattooas or
suckers as well or better ; will stand drought or
frojtf and will yield two crops tbe Same sea
son. As food for all kinds of stock, it sur
passes in quantity and quality any grain now
in cultivation, and should hereafter constitute
a portion of the crop of every farmer in Texas.
A TTORITET AT LAW. t,81M errr a TT. Cherry' &
aTa-Oa.' . laas-tf
i. wrcKEnsiiAxi cu. a scrcnia.
W1CKEKSHAM St. BEECHEK,
A TT0BNBT3 AT LAtT, Meapeii, Trbeaaaaev Oflce,-
A Xa SI J-ff-rvm aireea.
ATT0R5KT AKD rjOCKSELOll AT. LAW, Jfrc3ph!a.i.
Trn netn. anit, .id. aw. -. -. a a
sraet of Wallace's Acctloa noose, sp stairs.
BEM0TK3 an dttcekiralleit et tteiita, asd s-tays tke
itcbiof aod ladtaimatlaii irnerated by teat or oaxt It
takes the susx nt ot errrj empties ittMaaT. and b),
by eradicatlcii, net a;presib)a, aH kta'a of seres, la
ss , carbssatta, acrafaloai cori, aad eaacersua dtser-dett,
Sefdat tti miauilozr, JT- Stflfibtea Laaa, Srw'i;
Tark, and by attdraxtlste, at Hi., tat., and Jl per pa.
' BOOSTS are oiased at to SjsUMm Jlib-PrtavUnt
and Pud! ibis rtasse, X. i aCaero itreel, fr sub
sartUrs'W the NEW PKMOOSATIC DAILT PArER
aoon to be started ta Vrajku.
actg-ln W. yr. BtrtTcty a. 00.
Far rmcvlnj Tan, Sanbunt, Frnlltt, Reieeu end
rKtioaa ef tht Sato, end Jar rendering the evn
.pltxiaa clur and beautiv.
Tbe Miawias tntlaBiat4ktaitbea aeiutiuirt rrieeaaa
ot tbtiBue, of lt.ti fa tseaKt luetic:
BAULioae, July II, 19K.
Jixtsas. Jotcrn Bitxxitt i. OO. Sexts : Tbaaj
pacaus er JilOUlt eaa u baad tait eeeetat-, aad I
an Ud ta bave aa OHWlaaVlf W a at te yea bw Bench
w value IL Mylamnybae wed it abate, I dad fee
wr than two yeare, aad new they tbiak taey aaaaet da
t sUa4 app'Katani bai repeat day reatared tbe
freeklea fiom tba race if Bay bar, teaelat bia a lbs
moetb an I fair. Aad H ta aaaaa aa-seahuia or urita.
tiea ot lb akin, fraaa wbaaerer aaae. it baa tbea far L
prarea aunt a perfeutjsad vary pteieeat remedy.
Icaa.l" yeaitralreK. ruer jaa fa rerl eeaee of ea
atiasU laleaeesa dtuaa. M vubaa f aaawtke Komnan
baa badjt weoJerlally (aad esTact aa h pattavaaar, k
dasaLteretXr. P , aaict aay aebtuoats, tad
r stasy y-ara fran iriftaaat sad yiuatat k
't tb akin, fprebabtr the tnaH at bad vaaxba verui,)
aeaessrH hi rerrraj ptacea saiekeied aerfewaiaied. A
few weeks at t neamaHnded to bia )sar XtMitn ; be
baa iaforaed a tbat iba eiTaet of ka Btc baa keen
very niar'.ed aad beaeaeiel, tbat Bat sktt baa be sae
aiaavtb, aad tke nsan-aalbm and rdaaabs
"rtr Tbii la aa teuaar taat eaaa, aad I wut
tB Ja aoee a Wot tt when I ae yea.
I awa ta ye I etata taat 1 dad aat kelaeee ba aha eat
oaeyof aay eate ol 1 tried aeur JaaeVufoi!, aad I
thteiu ly tire aay lealbaaay ia Bts toeaf
Taais rMrral fatty, jr. BOTB.
Prepared oaly by Jeavaa Baraatt i 0'.. Beetaa.
yr sale by S. if AKSPtELB at tTN deatera a
m3i. PrMeMa. aaJ t per beaths. aaaSS
.. g : 1
Edmondson & Armstrong",
fWHOLXSALE AND BfcTAlf. SEAL IRS IK
IirDES, OIL AXD LEATHER,
K0. 247 MAIiV STREET,
Opaeera Caort Seaare Seea if tke
G-olden Stirrup, .
EBEP eecstaauy-es band a fail aeeartaeat ef arSMee m
tbtr Bae, caniabac tu part aC Preach aad Aaa rtaaa '
0H Sktu, Heuabatk aad Oat -T Baaed Sale Laatber, i
Sklrli- ta Baraeaa, Brfctle, Wax aad Cap Upaer Laatber, j
KassaeKd aad PateM Laatber a an blade; Pad. Meaj, j
Obamrts, Deer lAeaiac aad Taaaeac Sitai. Abba,a fall
sisarasteBt ef SaMara". Saaesiteta' ia! Taaaare" j
Wa, Slc, SaataBery Hardward aad Rata Keaaiiaf i
tt eeery vaitny t aah we ireaect ratty barts tbs I
Ileal lea af peraeex bay bat M tw Maa. aasOS-ly
Saddles, Harness, Bridle, &c.
WZ are new Juat riwiTtK a treeh aad wt
steak at fodt m Ibtl Heet, rVth it
HARNESS, . COLLARS,
HAMES, WHIPS, 4
. .y WAGfXV HARXR36,
BRIDLE FILLINGS, HOftSB COVERS,
SADDLE SACS, KTCt KTU, ETC.,
or Evrnr tambtt.
AU of wkeeh we wB seat at tbe Ter breaat Bear bet
JV9N BrXrr k. AaHU SUJStOifo,
X Sr Vaaa etewat,
aacte-ly Sbja af tb Balaam aelrrep.
Bands! Baads! Bands!
WK keep caaaUatiy aa Bead a faS -urim-M at bath
3teba-glirtihi Laatber aad Saaa-ZbuU
GLV AND MILL BANDS,
of aH ate'i, fraea twa tu ajstreu lay baa In wBttb, and as
we are tee Areata of tb man laatat tea, caa aaU theea
as lew a a thay aa be Saaad te tbe-avaikat, aad sauiaatw
tbem ta be ef tb beet euiHty aaaa.
BDau.-&9aK a. ARMSTB0.V6.
Xa, 217 Maba atreet,
SBPSS-Iy Stfa f tbe GeMaa. Seariwa.
Hides! Hides! Hides!
Wat are prcpaied at aay Mea te pay lb BttsgSST
MABCBT PRbOBe, ta OA Set, ter
DRY HIDES, SKBEP AND DBBR SKINS.
Sldmitaati leeiotted, ba wbsbb we yreealu aur piaeast
sad tpretsl iitt-rntban
BeattWnsra,- & UXMSIMOSS.
Na. JfT Jfaa atraet,
ly Sana Of. lb Osatm Sttiraas.
If tve could Imagiue
TIT AT as tadtesduat ibull daaaoeac aa article tbat
aaddeSaelOaBV reeaaea tb nai liaaa f kaaaaar aaat a
IWr.t f.r naH,, ari e,K . reew OeM'e far taa
aad ditfik, it w9d be Ipiaaailble tu aaaceire of tb ada-
laHaaaadbaaaaeaaurb a au wauM reeasa freaa the
wbalewarkl. Tat aa bWlnaoal aaay dlaaseer ar cam-.
peaad aa artba wbaab wut aeaaoee every veestt afal
darroaHia-a,, wbldi la a!a.l a -a .WAer'
"i aiiaoarax aaa aaane, ana waa 11 ft a aatree ra uceat at
bis er bit artM. Saab ra aat tb caae, be are ear, with
Ltohabd's Seuth Amerttaa JVrer atuaf Aaase Xeeteate .-
there seesa ta tea parfact tuab far tbs arttcea, It la ae
car tabs a cure.
Se bis adrertaeaeat ba taelbar part at the paper.
Fever autl Ague.
Ft) BE MOST aaaeau; the vartea- leaai dta r bbkt aat-
eae ala4i Dr. SHALLEXBcnoca's Astibotk. A
taw aaa wia cur aay vrdiaary caae, aed mat Jae bae.
rlab:y ttep tbeeblila. It seat ate aalbaat ta iba leaat
decree burtfet te Me ryelrm uaaVr eay iti'cuuialiiiitts,
aad aerer pa-eda tb aaabaaaat rSTjajta that atSaad tbe
af Qciaiae aad etbee ajeau i aantrat Me. It
ear every farm af tbe dleea 1 1. aad ta t ortjhul aad
and tntj JtnSWee far Jtaiarla.
Aak for Dr. Skill. aeartiV raw aaat Asae Aatblate,
aad be aur yea rMedSk. sJaM by reapeetaku Dnaaeat
eeery where. Pise ft SS. Set PreprkiUra, A. T.
biiALursBtnecn tt Co., Kaebeat-, Pa
Wboteaate AI. uta, S. XA.VSflBt.B tt CO.,
nU Urn Men rata. Taae.
A Word to the Afflicted.
TUB "XBRTOira TO SIC" ba bow nsatd.4 by aB
aetataaemautobeaapetWrte aay peanaratkau er be-
tere prrsealed ta eauwrlaar baauaity, aa by it oor ebe-
Tattarbadaeae on tbe ly.teaa. the aesraatiballtr ta dta-
ae la baasosed. Aad U that peedlapiaed le sepeaMd
attack! at C&Hti, Fever and Afu. ar aur ktad er i'rrer
tbls reaiedy ebeald, by all aynaau, ba uaed. Aaattotkaer
rcsidtoc la Btlaaaaatie dtelrl ta, where dteeaa a ef Iba.
hanuVrrar alwais iactdaaftt la taa Maaate, tkey eke aat
nerer be wrlbant It.
Cliolern, Dinrrltea.Eloodr Flux,
THSHE It no dteraa tbat pre train human besaaa ta
aaxbattattaae, aad tbat reudefa tb ykan sb waeee-
aebse ef tbe retnedbn wsea aaataed, al teae; aad M
tkttefor aebtres all jHreem wba vara Ibetr Res ateaai r
ttiao aaj 111 las eta, r.-metoker tbat, "aeayi ar dauaer-
." Aa aaau as yaa feet tb alitbint ayniplaai er
DUnUea. caa fvr a bet tie f Sttdfe't Cholera ar Diar
rhae Sgntp, oa Wm af wbera, tt tekea a nan win rc
ItaeeyM. Reaieuiber, tbii Maecaraatoidy del bed baea
bar aa we bare tbe erbteacM U prae tb laat. AH we
For Colds, Coughs, Asthma, Cron-
chifis, Conguinption, &c,
Bee Dr. SLS0SKIS HO.taHOUXB PBCHA1V AM
f tbe aboT arc tar saVat all tb Brur, Sta, aad apaa
eatjalry aaj be Man iba si tbatawe aaat ftnasn.
J. M. SLEBelE Jt CO.,
Seie Pvaprsetara, Meaapbta, Tean.,
Tewbsta aB erdera Baat be addmeed. irS
White Teeth, rcrfnmeil Breath
aud Beautiful Complexion,
CAK b acajalred by nabac tk '-BaLx or A Thou-
SASD P LOWER! " Wb.t hate ar featlasBaa WBUtd r.
tualB tader tk curat ef a irHaireeabr breath, wben. by
miss tbe "Balm or a TiioctAxt) Flowbbs" as a
tlestihse. weakt set a!y rrader it weet, bat teaee tbe
teeth white aa aiabttter ilany prrseas as net ksew
tbetr breath la bid, aad tb a abject ta eo tiencat tbeir
ttleada wut nerer mentUa rt. Eewar; of coaalcrleKe.
Ba lore each battl la abraed,
PSmtPSE ft. COXawTerk.
fata" Per sale by aBDrasttel. aHT-datdly
A POMADE far beaattryiet; tn HAIK-hafMy per-
rsisei, iuirier te- any French a relate lnportad, aad tat
half tb prW. Tor dieailtvf Ladae' Hair H ba a
tcasl, cteiBI K a brbttit, sVwae- appearaaee. lleaeeei
(JeaUeiaen'l Hair to curl ba tbe mast aatorat auaBaar
lt trstans dasdraS'. always glrtac that naif tb appear
aaee et betaz; rrrab abuajoeti. Price aety fifty eeuts.
Ifoce centuee eatlea ilsned, PXS3UDGB St CO.,
PTeprletoTi ot tbe " Balsa of a Ibatuaxtd Paywrrs.'
KT7 Par eal by aB Dm agist a. apH-deedty
PAYETTB COTJITY TRADE.
r otic nn
evjaajaeaV avavax. e7v.wa a
Only Paper Fablisncd in Fayclte Co ,
And baa as cxteaalr cI.-alatloa tbmtbaut Payette
and aatyoiafeg eoaatles. As an
Ilbai se rival la that aretitn, aad bat ram senilreir
jaj to teat e tbe trade at that aocaUty orSM sat do tet
ter than to adrrrtlse ia tta eoiuaes.
Tetmieajy. Addrees, PsMl.bers, "STAS," So-ser
T-I!e. T.na. aniU-lm
SUELBV 31 ALC LI I Gil SCHOOL,
NEAR GERMANTOWN, TENN.
THE. SEVENTH SESSION ot this IastlUlloa wUJ
commence oa VON DAT, Autttit St, 1S37.
JySI-daata A Jt. RAPTSlt, Principal.
SonierviUo illodel School.
The next (Tenlh) SessloB ot th Teaar Laakea" Uedet
School, at Soaienltte, Tenn , whT Cj-nnroco oa 3I0K
DAI, tb 7th of Septeaber next, tnder th cootraa-d
aoperTliloo ef A. B. Sloan.
By order of the Bunt of Ttxater.
EOS'. J. C. inifPnBJITS, Wre"t
ESTVIS DIOUSIOB, ScC'y,
BAOniKQ AND BOPB for tale low by
JylS FLOCJUiOX COOPES k LEAXI,
A WSr TiUBSE, tor wtam Haeralwatca w,ll be paid.
IjUIB, 1080 ab CO .
r.K Sarsfitay efterarae. ebWr en Sbtttr err Taace
V mt, a POEiaUO.S'.VAti;, eaaUietai: aosw aixlr
attt eeeerat Wtra alC
.ajtie am varawoa nail, aaea "ererai 1J .n aac oae
We, eataaWeeair tatarajW The Sadea-wd reoetee a
HeeraJ rrwaid it Mt at tbe co-jwtnat-rooai et tba Ap-
riAii. Jontr h. baik.
Tna next nishr meellac a tbia Bscipiaa wjSJ te
bekl nu IO&5DAT xrK.Vti'O, paailoaSr at 8
oatae( at lbs -aleoo ef Jon Baer. Praat Bow.
AR a mb, em aid bene ary, ar reajectluny u
4aid la at leant. By ordr
aot-- BE. K. U LAtrr, Seey.
Ftrrr bon w. it. cbe.e, b
J. F. VKAXg. N, as rsaalBaw.
rnEx Her Bxtrs Oauar-Oand Bried Bef, by
1 J. r. PBA.NC. Va. ti Preot Baw.
0Vatllt7.VISt0 k-i DeaaWbKk7.ly
. 1. . PttA.SC, Ha. 39 Peaat Row.
0'VS MCX&SKD baiket rbsw BeMaeua Seuaaetae,
by. J. r. ntAXX. SO U rsaas BWw.
I1HTT aeiee Ckiaaaapii Obaee, by
1 . T. PKAyg, ye. M Paaeat Haw.
FSPrr be e Ola ret Wta. by
J. V. FRAXT, Xa. MePnat Baw.
Firrr aa wbit wte. br. i .
J. T. rBAitC .Va. Paet Raw
nttPITcaaka to3-ea Pxterauli aad aOatayb-
J. r rai, n
j - I 11 " iii '
AI-Sllar, CaaVe. a, Tabacaa. tlaara, Aa , See
iekr J. P. PatAJtC, Ha. Xt frabt Baw.
VALUABLE TOWN LOT.
Oh the 1st of Septeiabitr next,
5St J SLI- aaaUkjauetliu. ia"gat ae.
Peaaer y attkea l e aeuMi. i ...
.JavKM, TWbMT ACUSM nr Caein.aa a
. ' J ina asas a'
' eVeeaad aa ihoeii terse tele. ..H it, r r ..i.
It te SB Ske aaeet Wlky aad keat aetsid partan of
iawaaa, aavl fa f II viewaf aba Uetua aad Oa
re aad yet aaOt Sawl, rr air aat lo be dtMaaea.
ab, wrl b H abaut
Tat Saataeae eta
a ana aear 'Jae SJaaai af tke
T aaeae MmmmTi aa.
Petty, St te aaat arcearr la ay that aeaely avl atohuat
n K. esebai aid Prward as. Pradaae aaaj tkaaeery
bnaiaani asbkeaaaaaat that bap. a.- r
Ibatall a-ad Baeiaafta Keei wfyf bf ySt j aa
tbaee beta aa a la b aaananat a Ua laBraad Tke
a Bare aa aaf taaaaart wauaa aaat ear ae-Aa .e t
t aad 3 se aea, aim iw.. (a.d areanllee -later a tnmi
aaaa a. v, . u . . 1
Xa.VaTar freaa ear aaaataatea, aaj tba Tat a
rteee. a rVa aa. at .4 ibr teek e' Aaeael, twa Ne-
trra afa ALLBK bad OVBPABfa.
AM..- aa Mack ; abaut St year M ; aaadraas
caaae liaaa Wa-haaadau cauaty. Karytaad. aaat
apeaBEi aat I laaa by W. L. Ceaasbal , ef X.waxteaa.
8 BPHBtr (aaautat a, rather aadar Biilaaa aw-,
ahatSSar. ekt -, caaa fjeat Ca raaaey, bliaaeu.i,
-bbaytaak awarbetb waettac aadSladay aatttaf. 1
II ste sob aaaeca "ar tkeer Mlevry to aw, eeeyeaetua
in ia a. that can tat the, tt la lea aat at Taxja
eausty. ar SS eaiea if tekea Sa tba oaaate.
A. Tr. WAHOmU!.
I New OlftK taM ae-ee,K LANR far sal. I
wM-bSOSkatkafaeet aasBa ar rVrv. tb
i lie i' remit at aac ad rales". Tbeee ale 200
acre ta Ik hiaibeet aaete al eeaieii iWb. wt-b i
erary liaanrmnni, aucb aa Bee k, e a-be aaa, ., I
at . Oae Oickaida -a-aa. m by aaiea i ai at II Ti t
i paae I aeaattraelr tecetrd ou tbe Kl lnapaS Oral, i i
i Battraaad, aasa aartb af Abba vsV Bepwt. Lafatatt
May, at tea. Uavu aaaa ar yaa wui me a beraaaa.
MllXIaX BBOaX. i
- AkV-rllV. JIU.
PLANTERS AAD 3IiiRl'IUaTi
'PMttas iess ta-'ssr
FALL & "V71HTZE SUPPLIES,
A GOOD STOCK. OF. GOODS,
AT J. L. TAYtOI'S,
X at tbe Wwseeaa Ilaaai.
At L tbaa aeeaal Prbua.ier CAIB, er laaani r ei r
t3" ! aad exasahee Ibe Saeda lad Prleea.
aueta-daaSea J. L. TATttMt
GIN BANDS! GIN BANDS!!
NEW SADDLERY HOUSE,
Sign of lite Iii? Collar,
231 MAIN STREET,
f-g. JUfter re.eieW, a SBperbf nnilimat
'afSaaai Sia Bead laaVar, Beer SklM aad
7 ALt Arwari aubaad, a barn a artaraS ef
VlBtMJaM.af a ttlae.aBd MMeai Gaatb Waaia. Boy.
1-aer aaat Ptaalaibsu HAK3. at aur awa yuu ae
ay'BblbaB aaaaaaBaVtBsTal eSTavUat Waa'BtPabs j)! Ba6pfa',' )&9&QB&a a&Sa9V
eeeer artbt aaaatry beat la a bat at th ktad.
C7" Itrpalrl.I pr aaatiy na-l
P- KB, BBSBtB s. co ,
avaatS-tawK Seaoraieer I K J B L. lu.
I WILL SBU.au SAT. v DAT, 0tber ITtb
OneTkaaiiBd Acre of U.1U ia Tilia
IfSBt MT Bftilea Barrk-weet at
Ibe Jfeaaabi. aai Ok. Ha 1
i-freaa Saiaets. The a ae taad
Art at laad Thar -e abaut elaf say ar a bonind acre
caaen. aaat t-rak(y weil laarTrd, wajbta d eaatieet
bacwarar. Tk ak e taad well ki dMaaaSa aaanvaai
ckae.ro Par rartber sarfae-nara apply te J X
w. O S Patadi ter, Uaaaakl ; X Jebuetia. Kaeb-
eiifte ; C-l Ckaa. Bi I. ad otata ala plaee . Bield Near.
SasaereB e, ae tbe aadera'taed at Be aaaM "TV,
g k wairmoftSB
P. S. Ten, raw 1brd eaak. the behtaee eae, two
aad tare year with later eel. aacSS-wtdi
I B. D. aaren....R.
ceoriri Hre. t. sacsh. .
, jj, IJAUItJI CC UU.,
1(19 B 8 5 IJ 5 Ik 9 5 J 1 S-TT5i
Kbl111 1 Iftli,
p0rwaralB? 3Brf CCECral COaBHiSSiOa
TTO. OO JL-'i-lOICT ZIOvV',
STB'CT ATT- NTIOtt aaat be order far Bac-
HM, Baa aad PtaaUtias bapatbaa.
77SOW ye br H- p.-i-eeaH, taet 1 bare Iaet taaitiut
Xb. freaa direct i p rarra and boaee laanufawBrer, tka
aiitrat, Soeet aid b t aetaxbu laapteaaeaia at 8ae
a d atf-aj.- ererbranaht latbH n:y wiiettaa at all
a ybaa at KrATaJt3 aaat PtSJStaLS. RIPLbU, SHUT
ieSN. kkivs sc. Aaatvaavtnii er an aiaae. Ala
Pt haur Tacalpr. Tbe See. a weti Va aaad at a snail ad
eaareaaVit itlbii wkeeakiaen-iaB.
Va a af an kkeat. reaxbr d wttb neatBs aad Sta-
pab a, at leer rata Sec eattemtr aaa tuatesf .
Stan ef the Ba Saa.
Ouaiaiitb VetBakbt 30. MB at aba etrret,
ajClSHwlea Hetwnw Me aed Vaakaeaiall.
To ay mends L Siffcring Hcmtnity.
-VTBAKLT all wb kao aae, wall k- laaatr ka teVuf, ta
IA what 1 b-r- atal. $ that I had beau l Baku la, wuh a
bed caaaah f-r ike leei year kaara, ea iuh ra a. .a
lead Bay trleaMta U, ib.ak I au apBBsiii wbsrh 1
fouad take tke eaaa, ekd at-aa aapay.ac taaaear two of
tkabat Bajabri.ai, aad laaacata ta taaar ueakaa-kt I
fa BBS 1 wa. aJaauaaay raasrat wane ie iiantb o tba
h ma rt base of the a- ge "e1 i bat aUt retyisat apaa
tbeePbreatmeat Bar tetKL.t cailUjauif be bki tb ft
edk-inee, wbbch wal saeta Sir asaatba but Iwatad aa
r bat I ibaaaaa aded u let aahare tate taa eaaree,
ai d araadaai d lay pwyaStaa .
1 tbea deter tae I wuaht eall aad see Br. Sled, but
feeaaar aa aat UVte 1 leraband anc banteot hat
BJOABBOITKB PB.rroS.AL. cat thtkkkts U watttd da taa
aay awi. bat saeseey fr eiptiuacBt t hut ta toy atier
aarprea t Hantaan, after ebx bxlP a BMuV. that aty
eaaah wa aeack eaebrr, aad caattaard aitac 't, aeltiaw
aecaar eeery Say, ' Ml I had uaed a boat tea bautea , a d
awa aaa aaltrst, nee Ram raaab, bay aaaettta ae
praelae aad r.irsag i too lee er-ry day Several ptya
cae baae resrarke4 rbat tlrytbevabt It ieao aaolc tat
Be eeer le tatwe.1, aad wautrd to I aae weavt I had
-d 1 1 M tfceaaa OR. SUtDfJHM HOAUUlafJIiri PbC
TO At. I aad 1 weeM aerta a t rar tt esa ka aea it waa
ar safari ed, watb cacabe, caata, 4lc., aa I bate keen
auoet-tk Te roujtsHt
A LLperaaa baeutc left OLD BAPS at tba a tare at
ti. (tea PkUler a. Ce , lire n,-td to lake tkeea
away wHbta rbeiy days, at they arts b tbeawu.awty ar
aa d rar what tkey wdi brnar t p-y a aria, .fx wui
wa baad oaraetrra leapaaiab'k tax ad aatatsttiitiha fer
a laasir bto. tbaa abas af .er tbbt date
BaatfeeUaUy, V. U iliLLPR.
StKCoaiirs ta Geo. Phaser a. Co,
tara-lw -88 Peaat Bew.
BARBECDle AAD BALL
A DSUOORATfC BABBS09E and B t XX wB be hS4
XX. at BeawaeTBtr o TH S3DAT XBXT, Aaeeat Sauk,
la ertekrale tke vie ary asbaed by tb Pea.aa.tic
parte ta lb' Kb t feet tea
A una wbt' kraea ueswlibt far BiaBaBai Teda
reorwuta- at ? faeet, and srrre as BaawearBes at t
Baturat aVwhrnnn BniwicwaU at 9 a'ataSk p. jr.,
bus antee at Zt'Bapkie ii ( .-ceeck r. ar.
AB oeaarta ta taya a. ekt aad atbaal tb .Ball, caa
Mtaira the aaat m iaUm oa e oaau trala, Mtltrratara
tkteo w.B a seal ar that traba
Ikatrtt eatttlUvc the bekk-r Ie aa ra BrawarCBt seat
Kura to sieeaptn wnl be i-M Per one halt iae royu-
larptieeavf Sara, . jsawur tyfctx,
a rS Saperl aaaajeaa
ALARGBaiBantiiy of fite APXLXS Per tale,
a Bakkaat baad "f
BETA NT . Oil..
eS Praa Kw.
wr. -wtao. a at. wr1
W. J. W.EBB & C0V-
WHOLES AL E AND RETAIL
Aa. 318 Jfatia. Sfrref, near Osies,
WILL tea e nilaatrr aabaada PaH stock of
wapbs Groeeries, tatrradnaf SafaT, flttre. Jlo-t
taaae.Tar. Caritrfa. ua. car, nay, xvaae-
ea.ptw. SaK. :fiB.. WM". Lsbasre, aad aB
other artistes asaalty b t in tb eroeery Joe, wbteh
they wM aeu at tbe loweat raaiket ut.es far caah.
SCn TTO OII'S UEST.4CnAT.
I TB1S popular rtsett ta
cHiX-ea aou ttras.ra-sf-
IbiriftsrehbbwMi barrafter be ipeOeOat
6 tcfcoe ma bo-m Irak. a- aad aanitireea
satHala'eaarat altht. sib -sahk ata at al t jai
ttPfirswHa an te loxtttr et taa mait-v a3 aeats
wba ba rerblibed at a&soal ainesieal'a luUea.
333T Xirvr-toiox-o, aTi-.
W1. l .f WWBaT Jti.BSil.VG. Series b.r
'aj. t Wo, au tae paeaitee. tk wes-kaewa
. .w. ZiLTl ae pienter. ta weal-kaee
tlhtsrjRM attaatad aa Wear , sa v- .
il-eltoa Pacftarr, tae, eoly sad that sau ef-aka Kaaa i a
arwaeaaee, ,mnmt . aM anuee He latuaaeiaa.
'it1" to twtae., eaa ae, th. lat in del y
atU Iw a. S. iBTT. AOasloaeee
A. s. rtAaeocc, late waMeatsaa k. Haacockk
. O. CLAKX. aae Aydma at O.
oro. w TaoTTsa, Uuot aaaMrvMe.
H.JfOLK, C Li A lilt. & CO.,
G- U O C E K S
BagglBff, Roft. Bacon, rerl, Lard,
AND ALL KlifDS OP P&ODU'CB,
Xs. . IC Front now.
J, E. CIIA8 rVICK';2 AD V'EIiTISBvlI EATSr
vTtU Aiteaji ba re and la Tbl Celama
PaKSwtabbac t kaw what be baa to lU.a
mM . u . . . . aannane
aav.... . . a . . . u , , .
rear tad wttbda9tea. - w
Offlc Xadlua Street, epeeallo BcJaa.Baak.
UtatTBAHO, SS!& JUTTATs: AJ aKB&Aaa
jataa Fire aKtl lulattsi XaTtgv
tion lup-Hraace Coaspaay
CA7PTAL AJTSJ scsnjbv tU1BVc.
IterlfAnl aavaaa... W
a-uc 4stf rat slue t,o.,
cawtai. AMD sgmtun.
CharterHJaX SeireIseiTRaaee. do.
Capttal axb nrPLsm . l..0tt-.pca.
PtH.ltBSaeau ea , ss assliaaii. '.Baoawta
bay avaUsvahal aaat peaaaasayasel.
PaWIIUMIray tPirBM latjealaTsttX. aV Saa
raaatiyre abi n, re aa.rbr owa.il ay A. T. aaau.
wash ereea sare of creaaM. pfeeeeefaattyyBtg. -aaS
eap jtasiaul taeattare, br daKreaS. -
ausuin at J. Jt. CUBW-er.
A LXAK OP A SdtAUTIprL ltlOTBEMK.
BteM . Sua waaior water aed atz acre
I . -n
laaa, aata aaeat as ekeeaa fi aU Irtea.
I i , t",t .
ALSO A BBADTtPTL OOTTASB TtBS1falnOfrta, I
stTeaaa, arreaat". a.aa.aaaV and
tiriOaat ctaktiB, witbabaat tbrea-mantheSaa ;
a-aaaa. aaiBaea jwea aan or aaa CKy iaaatla.
Srrea let aaafeatser. A kai(aia can be hid atUbia
Ay a J Z. OKAmamtr
ALSO, a beaatifaj atIUUa-3 " --lammrtatlt
latrt Avaaae and' BrawaH Area,
aaa Beaeaaawa ea jmam aama.
ALael a Saw 8C L0t8 LOT. ,
wetiaeaaeid with awe tree atsaaaa aaa aw
Washer etreat, near Ska Brat tafl sate as. tke He aaaa J
PbaavkBaad. Par tea-aae ; t
S. . CSAJrWhOC.
THE LEADING OFFICE.
CBT BAP STBAkt
ii t- irtL!:-L i
15 MADISOn STHEET,
0H. aTSStja BASK. kUbMPBiB. xsuta-.
Tae all i a tea at City aad CualiSI
ANSI BtiSMatW MltX OSWSBAU.Y.
ba reagertraBy caaVd k. tb acaar ta-
daatac of la SSU.lla Ouraara CeBaP
Pal ties bTtaxiaarJiiTr nrfiaj eeeey
nwlirn Itasreaaeat In Type aad Piaa i ,
xtea era areaalaea. akiUtiu wertaiaB. and
Is pi ip ard ta aawcut
rrnt Dzxnimofi or
PKfMt A CARD TO A BOVA.
Ia tae Brat ets ot taa art at
Tbe LOWEST CASH PRICES! '
DeskTts for Store Bills.
tytt-wa wa bar tk lartrat eitatpfkw
tmntrrt Bi aaa aaat tke keet aaaaaaaaa.
B be ftMtvl lo aaa State, adapled ta vuq -aaaaa,aadaataad
ta eeery teal.
If year, Ire rrhuin af aay aBd.1et fbe
Jeksehisear aeaalt. wabjettafau saakaaj
TWL ZltkAZJt M, ar BaTITsEet TfataSUJ.
ya. ta MduUaulbeellLiuubSitaa
"Conptrtatiou Jic Life of Tresla.''
THE GREAT fcOiJTHSEftX'
kaaw aa aba Has-'. ,
iTaVO. '4. Sllinrill' SabVCtlV,
HATIKfi esiauti. h-u t L a i KaT JOB PStHmefS
BOC-IB a Ihe Souib. av.l pr,- unsd au Ib la teat
kureeed Pre rt ar.l ri.faxri ibe irreare. at ib b at
Pna er. in tbe rocniry wear- p rpared to esswaka aB
ktad ot Pno'.ier, la the teat -i aivl b-e. atyt V
bare aaa af B Bo- St Co '.- il adtd Swaaa Jal aaat Beat:
Preaaea, tke Srt and oaly an- -rer broaaM ha Shea cSty ;
laat-vUb Hi tS Par tPECB an-1
laahard praa. Ctrcalare, BtU Beats. Biadal at, Sjarass
baat bUAi,PaagaaaeaBabi.Paipklri iBaluBkWiof
Hailroad and. Steamboat "Work,
XKAlBZ. CSUAPBR AND FASTBR
Tta aU tke aat la i at i aad Preeeee aa Ibe erty ssuihtatd.
We eaao here eaae et BtHBaau". laaptt,ndwd Pre,
whSah taciaakle e prtalbaa; Se,0eeara per etay be Ske
Our Paster Department
tUaeeee iataft-e aay la tke atky aad far ettber
astnw' ar THUArMI Prtaiaaa; -e caaaat Waaarpaaaed.
Va art bew re- rrrna; tbe karsaet aaat beet-Viabalet
at cK at Cara, Slaliaaaiy aaat Paper erer bnaatit ta
J3 up- rrtara sbaaua bseur aa trans for aaat Mean,
aa- aeu ky anlrt arteatkA ta kaaiueSa tb aaerat aaetr
iaapait asd Batfaaaaaw ia tb ratae.
Be i aea rajy,
yyl-tf yr. Jt HBTTO.S- & CO., P apeHair
'Sew Books for Summer Hesdiag
rest sat.b ar
JLamba Witaiff& Co,
Mo. 2SD Main Street.
SLAVfAT taTdeloeder Cad; iaa4 Taeaabteweak
aa SUarry- Br Bar. rred X. Be, B. B , ef
Haaat'ei te A a
A Heaan ib lVfi-tea ef Tb 3eeaaae await at
tb raitad tUaae. ad the taadanaaa at tb JaJtMbhiri
1 ba irdie'barajot caae.
Tare Tat aJ a a w and rary keeaaOh tteeai.
By Bar Caa" aUaal'S.
la-aaira aftarf. atvwaaTal br 8. P.X Jaajee.
Ib" .Vabc'lajf er t k Tbra tjtO Bp MoWlJBthint,
aaeoerer B.l-ee.' '
Ceeteal A rica r Bap'acttaeai ra the Istefkar ef
Atekae. ByJ T wm f
Tke tan ia n eae Baee" af tbe- Bartb er Otbartaas ef
tlbeeaeaaral Uooary ByJ C Xaet, K. H asdit. B.
aPBbaaa aaiNae. rf tb " TrpaaM UiBtlad."".,
TbBlatary ef Taikay; LaaaaattaaV Seat week.
Sraaatal, by Jtr J T Hertford. . ,
slaaar k.- Btd tr aa Baaiaea. By 9r. Bar as, aa
tkaror --OaeeB at Baataad " tie.
Tk PrtactakM ef lb- lrt-rk-r er 7Hea Lsfet de
iHaed ( tkeee wba are .eekia; a anuiaaeu atfalajab
aaat rer feet Lee By Tbo. C Upbeat
Beatb-elM af a L' Ttaee Bf 1 8 C.-sauStta,
IJiUe Barria ; oauualM By t a. JBBkaa.".
ALSO A ta-e aad eark-d wilVawaVof taw, gib at.
Xeateal aad XaaeetUiieaaa Koake. eblab, wu.-atfsr tvuir
o. b. Jeuosos ......a. o. 1H,
JToImson 5 IiO'sig
HAVB tk.i fttif aamed a partseraatp Jar taWparpoaaot
Wlflesaic ssil Retail Dni Bosinoss e
AtSlTUaiaavreet. Ueapbie, T aa., fapn in Itanrti
-VV.hkXBawiaBau4PleaaeirfcBa4 aad eaaa b
aiMlbeatKaaaaaat alt as waat af aatralhtnasu ababT 9pa
to lb aaa atia alio ef K e .tack aaat ar are. J
Pre c-;p iaae wit! iwl'a partireAar auk Li asm aH a
beais at tbe day aod alxbt.
a. B. J08NSd)rt,
jeau-dawtr A S. UaNftf
TO SDITT THE TlaTIESts
ALL KINDS OF J
For ?aic Cheap for Cash.
A LSO Swtu 3cbtaei. ftroeer Jt Biter1! raake
Taiei'a eeeaalanaa traakiag tla.-kaaea. . .
. Mftltreewv Sbiart Cattaa, Xaaa. Hair aad Sptteyi
g-iNaaaTaaie aad Bapalrtaa caiiaay aieaaaJeit ta
atr. wasaser waa oaianaitaa aaaa wiawaaawaa
altar. H. at. aaftMll WTltS.
aaailrSw SOS JtaQs ayeet.
A ROOD Caak. Weaker aed rraeer. LebeaaTwafrs
pat ary tJ- t UAVbtV.kitAaaai,
Stbt dear aaarb VaVStaaa Hreet. aaaSS-tw
Tar a , , I . i
a tttuio uuuiuiu,.
TWO Iteoi-fleeUT Room, aaat Baarar tt sr,M er MS
teeeetBoartleee, wttk ar wetbeet kdafcatv caMOabad
bptaHBadaaae epalicataaa at area b-a e . a Sberky eat ret
beatw iet.t r Brai auaat, atat to tb riear. aosso n
200 Reivard. ; ;
RAVAWAT fkeaa tbe sabeenber, a Necro afaaeaaed
Je. .Ht ba-aat a boat are r et Ke Hebe ha lb.
aaat abaea Pera yaar old It- ta a spare baalbBaa. oa
k aaon-d Mtar iw,M wbt be paid far Mi deBrrery at
my eaUee. -
A Maa Bbeseat Hb. aweaacsrc ae Uta. UtrA. Bice.
abeni 3S year atd, br-ws ekia. aaat aaattae(eet rijbl
be bee biah Be weaaba abaab rfr" rapd,aad; wear, a
raatea. Oee bvadred dtatlari r-wut wMbwyakt far bis
ctefteerr-aVElr e. . SfaJS- H. ALLSN.
xiSS-4awSw Xe.CS Proa t Sow.
J3 Biftwaad BRatrrr ess.
Ikportast to Dealers In Jiatckes.
Th aaxsWaasard with t re farm tt p'sMkythit tSey
bar at aB ttetes in atoraat
118 UNION STREET, BOSTON,
- . . AUrye aAeckof
"Wood, Sox, Block tb Card Matches,
QtPEHIOB.ta.ih9-ef aay ether maautaMarr, aad at
O aoeb pricei aiwui aaat tk eWeel paeabaa..
Bewe ibe eadesi, m t experteacnl aad aaeat extraaie
Baaaaeaeterercts rb IT it.d Siaeea, we an caabaed la
eder extra ftO'teceeiaoaift to patcbaaers.
Ordt (ilibtaily aad poaeaoa.; aaarreL JIatcbee
warranted aa ti ar.watar .
BTAJI, PXABSOX, CASLTOS & CO
aastS-Iei aa tt a week.
TttJ: baeaea baad al ear JIM, ou Watt river, abura
VY the 6ar. M)0 Lilbaivt,wBS k-ep a iapplr
eabaad. AB order tar sblpaeat jrampay arleadrd te.
price, 60 pet thssaaad.
aajla-la ELLIS fc LOWE,
II U aunaaUUS