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AxX. LETTE TKCtOIIlta BEXITTA"CES TO THE
Ornct kbit se Reoistexeo, ora ek rE Tur
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tub appeal ti keccxaxx- eiicoktikceo at the
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4 3 EMPHI'S .
THbSdAT K0SJTI5G, OCTOBEB, 15, 1S57.
EZ "AIL EEKVICE OH THE MISSISSIPPI
JilVEE BELOW TEE OHIO. -
The ri&r is divided into the foilcwlttg Sec
tler;'ondltnbut!on cf the local mails t the
different tnwss and cSces on it : -3 ? 1
aate 7S5-New Orleaas to St. Frinriirtif, 170 maw,
four llm m werk by Stramocat I.
Xoste 70 New Orteana Til. St: FreHcUrWe toTlckf
lan, S mli-t three timet initktj Ste-.boat .'
j;0TTUi rrsata xnitu U seTTtctdaliyle
tweea Xew Ma and St- Fr.nr4rrlrte. and three tioKS
b week IXna St. FraaciirU'e aad Yltkabnrx .
BeTm-Yctt.crr to XsrsHon, S ml, twice a
mt by.tCemb Mi.
E"l!-X'Pd'.,J Mrrapbif, 96S rBe, twfc B
wr T Stetratwat.
Besides these four subdivision for local pur
poses Ibere is the great through taaO, J
7SO0. from New Orleans to Cairo, which, Re
all the others, will expire the 30th June next,
m in about eight months.
In the next letting, there can be no doubt,
another subdivision will be made, extendiup
from Cairo to Memphis, riving by these 6ve
cHristcst, the best supply possible of mail fa
cilities to the different towns and settleneo's
on the river.
Bat it Is more than probable that the grest
throagh mail from Cairo to New Orleans wtH
not be continued oa tne rtrer. ine parent
raliraads now rapidly pushing forward, il
be so nearly completed by the Spring, that bj
a short liae of stages running in connection with
the bxco usfiBisbed ends of the roads, (the New
Orleans and the Mobile,) the through mails
tjrbw? carriedon the river, can lie 'forwardrd
with twice the speed and regularity, that they
now are or ever can oe Dy me river.
From Chicago and St. Louis by the IIHu-it
Central to Cairo, and from Cairo, by Memphis,
"Cantos and Jackson to New Orleans, the prea
through mails can be transported in about thret
days Instead of six or seven as at present.
knowledge of these facts is drawing off publi
attention from the rivers as a reliable roatefot
the Jfcretira service. The ice of the winter, the
1 iw water of the summer and the prevaleficeef
dteae fort in everv season of the year, all it-
matxl that a more speedy, regular and sUefr
tory tnail service shall be found. "When the
TaHronds are completed or as nearly so as th7
will be Bxt sprlfig, no Postmaster General
-woatd put his through mails on the Tlver, even
If be ceuM get them carried for nothing.
Eight a oaths more will give a happy rid
dance to river transportation c the mails sc
much complained of complaints that cannot
now be well and completely remedied. Eigh
months is too hort a time for any new Lot.
tractors to get ready to carry on the service
much betterhan it now is. No new Contractor
wints it or weald have It for the few
remaining months, except at an enormous sum
and even then, would have to rely on mere
transient boats to convey it as is now done.
The law would not aHew a contract if tn
presint one was abrogated longer than to June
In order, under all the embairastmenls
the case, to ensure as regular and speedy a
service under the present contract as possible
fr the few months remaining, we understand
that the Postmasters and mail agents at New
Orleans and Cairo have been specially itt
tracted'and required, whenever the Contrac
tors fail to dispatch daily the Cairo and New
Orleans maHs according to their contract, that
tbey shall themselves employ suitable boats on
the br st terms nraticaNe for the purpose, nd
the amounts hlch they may so have te pty
wtH be charred by the Department to the Cot -tnctors.
The initracUoss are very liberal,
not to interpose in any way o longas the Cot -tractors
are complying withvtheir contract, but
when they do not, the Instructions are positive
to supply the defect and give the proper con
tract service to the public
We furnish the asove account of the ma;l
service In order to ahow that the postal ar
rangemrnti along that river have not been nrg
iected by the Government at Washington.
Tour subdivisions of the river below the Ohio
and one great throsgh mail dally Is a very
handsome and adequate supply. The com
plilatoagilflBt the Cairo and New Orleans line
have bcn inherited from former years, but the
present Postmaster General found the contract
too near expiring to enable him to remedy eom
pfoiots by a new contract with any other com
pany. His only alternative was to give direc
tions at New Orleans, Meapfeis and Cairo for
the agents of the Department to see that there
was so neglect on the part of the Contractors,
and if there was, in every case where practi
cable, to send forward the mails.
PITBLIO OPIKIOH IK BEBASD 10 TES CU2
EEtiCY. The obserrer of events cannot fail to per
ceive, says the Philade'phia P,thata great
improvement in public opinion in this esssrtry,
on the subject of the currency, has been mani
fested since the advent of the Panic and Pres
sure, that has periodically aveiged expansion
in bankisg and "extension" in commerce. It
Is apparent tnat men are no longer led, or rather
aisled, by mere nsmea. Time and experience
have given principles and expediency a fair
field and trial, and principle has won the guer
dn." Far Instance, the slogan of party war-
fire.asdntrnsil interest, airalnat the Inde.
- - - :
pesueat irraaniy, as pracwuig . cuickj vt
"rags for the people," and another of "gold
and (Hrer for the office-holders," is beard no
mare.- The practical benefits cf that wise
araivre jtf precautionary statesmanship, are
adfijte3 wfth gratitude ; and from this triumph
Vajje resulted reflections, less important oMy
because insy iiive not yet assumed saape and
actJen. The success of the principle of keep
ing the Government revenues out of the banks,
as a sacred fttnd.reserved and set part far the
general pK, and held aloof fromJhe vicies:
td(le?of spcalaUofl, inspires other thoughts
oa the all-important subject of Carreiicy.
Therrmastbeaaoethinginthis idea of hari
money, after all ; and when we behold the vast
ma&laeof banking breaking down under its
owa'weight,andthe simple scheme of Ibe lr,
de pendent Treasury standing ttnhwt "amid the
wreck, we are very ready to accept tfaose eng
geslienSjln regard to currency, so long- and so
pertfnaciously urged by the Democratic party.
Hen: it Is that banks, as at present constitu
ted, ate no iosger surrounded with the odor of
sanctity. JEieace, that the Bgges(ton to re
form there banks altogether is no longer re
garded as agrarian and destructive, but rather
as reasonable and right. Hence suspicion, as
at least on one occasion- heretofore, is not
welcomed as a boon, but rather as a banbropt
cy. Hence the popularity of- those recently
rejected dostriaes that credit and debt are not
the true basis of a circulating medium. Par
ties may be unjust; bat individuals cannot al
ways resist the truth ; and it is no uncommon ,
thing, bow-a-daya, to find men who were, years
ago, the leaders and the defenders of the batik-'
ing system, at this day demanding investiga
tion, publicity, and complete reform. Wo Si
these thing as they flit before cs, so that the'
public mind may reeeiva the impressions in
Senate Committee ok Banks. It will be
MfcJkJL& WJtli.VPi AAI,Jk.vvAfc Will UO j
, seeijy the proceedings of the Legislature
. i t ."T .I r . , .
Ulil.AStiz nua, ci mil CI., oc-
cupled a proclneat poaltion on the Bank Com-.
xnittee of tbe Senate. In view of the present
condition of money matters, this will be the
most Important committee of that body, and
we harc;every confidence that Mr. Walxcs
witl fearlessly and eficlently discharge bis
whole 'duty to his constituents and bir State.
Fox Nicaragua. The Harrisonburg, (La )
litptnitt says that placards are potted in
that place, offering $23 a month and 230 acres ,
of land to recruits for Nicaragua who serve
one year. Nothing is said in the placards about
the probability of being killed by the climate
""before the yer is nut, or of the manifesto of
irtbe Central American officials declaring an In
vasion'Of'Nie'aragoa piracy, an2 the late acticn
of the United States Government ordering Its
officers to stop all filibuster expeditions.' .
gg-Tbe Hollanders are taking acttan for
the emancipation of all slaves in their colonies.
-The number pf alavea tbt will te affected by
this measure is about 40,000. j
l"Tbe telegraph between Malta and Sicily
will e reaiy i"boat the middle ot .this .month.
The completion of this line to Alexandria will
brif- Bombay within fifteen days of Lotdon.
, 3"?Ar- Crane ba,ey beeo-,b;riog ta..
' artesian well at 'their ppr mills in D titan,
Mi sfc, sad have reached the depth of 392 feet'
T Jty cow-get a aiream f 'eight gallons a.
ItiA twotundred- s
Tbi5tate Fair at Indlaupojla w cr
-mvro-ly atUred."-0a .-Wednesday ter16r
COO psopla wre sjpoa the reraSsfW-theco ceV
Poktotoc Coctstt OrrtciAi- MeWillle,
13ST ; Terger, 740 ; Dilworth, 13S5 ; Biss,7U ;
McAfee, 1391 Courts "43; Bcssey, 13S8;
Bibb;747; Wharton, 1369; Watson, j66.
Tor Congress. uivis, ; uim.ow.
for Senator Wilson, 1091 ; Webb, 1059.
For B-prfSnUUves PruSe, 1351 j Pinson,
1227; Wood, 1115 ; McNeil, 1043 ; Wylle,8S7.
For Unexpired Term Gordon, lHTBj mi-
Yaxxobusha. CocKxr OrriciAi For Gov-eraor-MeWllIie4M;
Yf rger, 242.
Secretary of 5ate iniwonn,MJ ; io,.
Auditor McAfee, 450; Courts, 225.
Attorney General Wharton, 441 j Watson,
Treasurer Huasay, u ; hidd, z-w.
Congress, 395 ; ClarV,2s6.
State Senator Bra Aer, 338; Reasons, 225
Representatives York, 403; Guy, 433;
Rlacl,437; Pollan,21; Perry, 59 j Scattering,
Coahoma Cocktt UrrictAt .1 erger.iB ;
Mrffiillf. 121: Alcorn. 191: Lamar, 111:
Grant, American, 191 ; Rorell, Democrat, 103
Cakkoix ConKTT OrrtciAL For Gover
nor McWT'le, 426 ; Yergtr, 197; McWiilie'a
aajority, m oi! n
Secretary or state unwoiuj, uw,
1S5; DH worth's majority, 241.
Auditor McAfee, 436; Courts, 180; Mc
Afee's majority, 25.6.
Treastaer Musaey, cj; nJOD, aoj; iioa-
i'a matonLr. 237.
J J . . . Ml t TT- 4
Attomry uenerai wniinnn, ; naiauu,
153 ; wnartou'a maiorny.
Conrress Wm. B.rksdal. 442.
LcBlaUr Juhassn, 410; Reeves, 419
Tenre-of office amendment. 314 ; no amend
ment, 94 ; suit against the S:ate,3ii2; po amend
The Cokcresi.oicalVote IB me rirs?
niatiiet. Lama f Dem ) beats his Know-
Notblnc opponent about 2.000.
IntheSseood District, Davis, the Demo
cratic candidate, has obtained Lear or quite the
in the Third District, Baesdale, Dem.)
had no opponent, as far as we have teen.
In the Fourth District. Exnglktox, (Dem.)
according to the estimate given, will beat his
. .. . t I l . l. -1 r ...... l
in tQe X ill AJUUICV, OCCUia . u a I
Qoxtmak net only had no opponent, but every
ioiy was desirous to have his services in Con-
Tunica Cocntt. Kelso, .Dem.) ejected
ta the Legislature by a majority of 27 votes.
His opponent was Mr. John Colz (. N.)
Gex. Quitman. The VieksWrg Wkis
larns that the health of this warrisr-statee-taan
has been much Improved by his visit to
die Hot Springs in Arkansas.
Chickasaw Countx. A correspondent at
Hons oi eives us the following intelligence:
"The election in Cbkkaaaw county, Miss.,
1iaB reunited favorably to tne Uemocraey. J
U. Thomson. Dr. W. i. waiter and . t.
Stee'e, Eq , all democrats, eood and true, have
Seen returned to the Legislature. CoL Charlep
Jsfdon i elected withea' croei'ion to the Sen
ateto fill the vacancy tf Col. Rice, decassd.
Cel. Rben Davis' majjrity in this county is
large, and he is undoubtedly elected to Con
gress from the Second Distnct."
Akothsr Bask; Project. The Grenada
Republican suggests and advocates the propri-
styof renewtBgthe '-Grenada Bant." which
is is informed, has never beenforflted, and has
now forty years to run. The JJy6Iicca sets
m a a reaasns for the saecestioB, that "bank
ing facilities are much needed in Grenada, be
cause a large, extensive and safe business of
this kind cm be done: and because men of
large capital are prepared to engage In bant
lg if t hy could pet a hank charter." We take i'
that such a suggestion will fair pretty badly in
our sister State, particularly at this time, when
the banks all over the country are by suepen
sion admitting their inability to rede em their
promises, and coMeauently that the theory of
b inking is a failure and a mistake. Compared
with other States, Mississippi certainly occu
pies a position at this time at once proud, safe
and comfortable. Does she hope with the light
and experience of twenty years before her, to
improve ber coadition by a financial policy,
froa the disastrous effects of which she has
IHE OCOEE BASE.
M.ost of our readers, says the Cleveland
Caries, will probably be apprised before our
paper rearhes them, that this Bank has tempo
rarily suspended specie payment. For the
past thirty days a run has been made upon the
B ink for specie, whleh was met wilaout fal
tering until the general crash throughout the
country dictated te the oScera that a euspcn
sion, far a time, would be the wisest pulley,
as well for the community as for themselves,
A petition from a portion of our business men
was banded into the Bank on Monday morn
ing, urging a suspension, and accordingly the
doors were closed on that day. Below will be
found a statement of the Bank, with the card
of the officers, from which It appears that the
Bans is amply able to meet all its liabilities
Oooee Bake, Cleveland,?
October 6, 1357. ?
Mb. Enrron: Below will be found a state
aeat of the Bank, from wbicn it will appear
that the Bank has a sufficiency of asietsto
meet all lis Indebtedness. The statement
shows our circulation to be $216.90(1
From which deduct notes redeemed 80,290
L-aves outstanding a circulation of - $ 136,6 10
This amount of ' circulation will be redeemed
whenever our receivables will enable us to do
so. Very respectfully,
TH0. H. CALLAWAY, Pm'f.
Tho. J. CajXL, Catkur.
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St M S7
Eassas Election The St.
of MoWay has the following:
'The returns from Kansas leave HUle doabt
bat the Black Republicans have carried the
Territory, e4ertH their candidate for delegate
te Concrete, and a rajriy of members of bo b
bottees f the Legislative Assembly. The Dem
ocratic party was defectively organised ; hence
its defeat. If, by esch-wmg side issues in fu
ture, ic i orestiizd upon the platform ef the
narty, trrampa will be eaty. We nave no doubt
hat Kansas will be a thoroughly Democratic
A telegraphic .dispatch in Ihe same paper
(:The steamer Tropic, down to-day, brings
news from Leavenworth up to Thursday night.
ParroM's majority is reported to be between
Ave and eight thousand. According to the cs-
imate ef the Free State men, the Legislature
will stand thus: Council nine Republicans and
four D-moerata ; House, twenty-four Republi
cans and fifteen Democrats.
C"TBe LoatsvHie Democrat says: "The
drouth is felt in all sections of Kentucky. The
crops are satured, but the pasture, ao abun
dunt during the summer, if now growing small
er by degrees and beautifully less and much
reeetableshay cured and stacked fet winter
Aw to the Enemy. A correspondent cf
the London -Daily Area states, as a fact with
in fate owb knowledge, that a mercantile house
la Calcutta has actaslly sold a thousand Mlnle
rice to the Natives, and that no attempt has
been made by the local government t6 -check
the sale, vrfitcu is still proeeedii.g.
. . .
Clearists House Srirrs. The New
says : ""Some five years since. one
or our Dancers went oat to ixtndon and stayed
there some time. He studied the banking sys
tem of England, and on bis way home elaborat
ed in bis mind 'he clearing bouse system, by
which each bank pays its debts to tbe others
every morning, and there are no debts or cred
its between bask and bank. Tbe adoption of
'be system here was imitated in Boston, but
rejected in Pblladelphit ana Baltimore.
A Case or Probable Suspended Anima
tion. On the 21 of October there was pub
lished tbe death of a married lady of this ciiy,
which occurred suddenly on Thursday, the 1st
Inst. The friends of the'familv assembled on
Saturday, tbe 3J, to attend the "funeral, but it
having been discovered carry on that day that
the body still preserved ita natural-appearance,
it was decided to perform the cerrlces in tbe
house, deferring tbe burial for tbe present
Tbe body was accordingly removed froa tbe
coffin to the bed. and now cpntincea in a state
of perfect preservation and natural condition,
ontbls the eighth day since Its supposed de
cease The utmos-. ssllcttude exists of course
in tbe fa roily, and every effort is belngraade to
assist nature in -the restoration of her func
tions, although as yet no symptoms of. active
life nave appeared. It wWd teQ to be a
ease for the . most extreme measures lo be
adapted,leat the prolonged suspension cf life
may of i'self prove fatal; and yet instance
of a pise of" weeks in the na'u'at powers are
?id to have been recorded in Europe. A". Y.
French Bajlwats-Ao eNborate view of
th railway eyatem n France has been pub
Tftbedby Golignani, from which it appears
that the gross recelp sin 1858 were no less
than 1110.000, or about on"-seventU of tb
whole imperial revenue. The value of the
hares and bonds In elrmra,iftn at the end cf
the year It tfa'ed at 1M,000000, and tbe
amount of dividends paid in 156 wae 100,
OOOjOf which, elih'r byj rllract or Iridlreetiaxar
lldTT32riiWenyioh flute. And It is
expected that a. still greater amount of -profit
will accrue In future, owing to Ihe new law
'LEpasirj a dufy--op3nlLhii''trineftr of siirer.
October 12. 1857. Sraie Mr.
Jones introduced a reaotntfn, that the mem
bers of the Senate select two or tne uaiiy pa
pers and no more, to 5e paw tor cui oi iua
Treasury. Lies over under the rule.
. BI. 13 ISTftUDUUXU.
Mr. McDoual. a bill riving further time to
perfect titles to land in this State.
Mr. Bullen, a bill to regulate tippling tod
Mr. Harris, tor mo ucutui u
Walker and others.
Mr. Bureh. f Mr. Bullen in the chair. a bill
to establish certain civil districts In Hamilton
car. Walter, a out ior tne rriiti oi ute
Memphis and Ohio Railroad Company.
Air. tllll, a Dili to increase we pay oi juiuia.
Mr. Heiskell, a resolution that the Commit
tee on Tippling aDd Tippling Housti, b. Jn
structed to report a bill to prevent the sale of
adulterated liquors in this State.
Mr. Reld appeared, was sworn is and took
The Senate adjourned until to-morrow at 10
Hontt of Jteprttenlatitei. The House met
and ine (ournai or. aituiuay was reao.
Mr. Dunlap moved that the Door-keep-r bef
directed to put np stoves in this Hall, which
By Mr. Maney: To provide for the appoint
ment of a joint committee of three from each
House, to ascertain certain information in rela
tion'tdtlie railroads in this State, &c.
By "Mr. AUee; To prevent granting any
more Banc charters, fee
By Mr. Wilson: To provide for furn'shinc
ea h member of this House with two daily pa
pers, at me expense or tne Mate.
By Mr. Maney: To provide each member
with all the daily papers of this city, durinff
I.. : . , it. v - , . . . . -
uiv acssiuu ui tuB legislature, at uie expense
of the State. The resolutions He over under
Mr. Vaurhn presented the digest of the laws
of the State, made by Messrs. Meigs and ;
Ccopsr, ubich was received, and 500 copies I
ordered to be printed for the use of the Houae.
ine Speaker presented toe report or me
Planter's Bank, which was referred to the
Committee on Banks, and 120 copies ordered
SILLS iaTHUDUiEU. ,
Bv Mr. Brazleton : To repeal all laws grant
ing priviliges to b'okers.
By jir. uawweii: 10 prevent irauuuieni
By Mr. Kendrick: To allow justices of the
peace compensation far attending quarterly
Bv Mr. Stanton: To relieve free race tracks
from paying license.
By Mr. HtmiKon: To regulate tippling and
tippling houses, and increase the revenue of
Bv Mr. Cop-land: To repeal the act of Feb.
16, 1856, and to provide a more efficient system
of common ecbools.
Bt Mr. Maney : T amend the act to exempt
certain property from execution and attach
ment. All of which wete passed the first time and
Ob motion of Mr. Benton, Senate bill to pro
vide for hulding the Circuit Court of Cheatham
county was taken up and passed the ftcon i
A!o, Senate bill to cede certain property to
he General -Government, was passed on Its
Adjourned till to-morrow morning 9 o'clock.
Ihe Financial Crisis in Philadelphia Great
Saas Keetlsg is Indepor.amce Square.
A mass meeting of the Democracy of Phila
delphia was held in Independence Square, on
Monday evening last, to consider the present
state of financial affairs in that city and in the
State of Pennsylvania. Gzokce M. Whar
ton, Esq., presided, assisted by a large num
ber of Vice Presidents and Secretaries. Able
speeches were made by the Chairman, Hon.
John Cadwalladeb, Hon. Ciiabxes Brown,
and Joshua T. Owen, Esq.
The speech of Mr. Cadwalladek was time
ly, pointed, and thoroughly democratic in tone
and sentiment. We make room for the con
clusion of bis remarks:
"The Governor of Pennsylvania has called
an extra session of the Legislature. If there be
recreant Democrats in that Legislature let us
not shrink from denouncing them. The gov
ernment which authorizes, maintains, or sanc
tions a banking system, ubich has produced
our present evils, is responsible for their con?
sequences. Whether these evils are a result
of administrative mismanagement of their
banks, or of inherent defects of the system un
der which they have, unhappily, been organ
ized, or the result of both, is a question which
time and investigation will resolve. At present
the course of a Legislature, regardful rather of
the public interest than that of the banks, is
u Tnere is no want of specie to be had on
either eMe of the Atlantic for an adequate
price, or adequate security. The banks either
tiave er have not adequate security at their
command for the purchase of specie. If tbey
have the security to offVr, let them buy the
coin. Better by far that they ebould pay the
premium than that tee should 'contribute to pay
it, as we are now obliged to do in consequence
of their default. If they are unable to find ad
equate security for the purchase of specie, their
condition must be hopelessly bad. In that case,
why should they be allowed to continue longer
that disastrous operation to the further injury
of the community?
" When I sayurtftrr injury of the commu
nity, I use the words deliberately. If the pre
sent extended credits are bas'd upon estimates,
of which four-fifths, or three-fourths, or two
thirds are fictitious, or of no more intrinsic
value than the paper on wbich tbey are writ- 1
ten, woai wouia oe me cueci oi cuauunp iue
banks to res ime business upon so rotten a foun
dation? Its effect would be a temporary re
newal of their discounts on insufficient secu
rity, a temporary continuance of reckless ex--ravagance
in expenditures of all kinds, and a
dissipVion of suih remnant, small or great, of
resources of real value as may now be out
fit J tiding. In that case, the ruin, when it oc
curs, will be the more disastrous, as these re
sources will soon have been exhausted. Wher
ever we look around us, and endeavor to seek
a standard of valuations, be it in lands in the
remote wilderness, or In railroads Ic the wild
erness, or in Und or in railroad, or other specu
lations near Dome, we find no basis of an es
pectatlun of improvement from a continuance
ef the insecure parvof the system of present
" If, on the contrary, the evil is less great,
and the present credits in any great proportion
rest upon a basis of ultimate security, do not
let us f reet that in that case every principle
of morality requires not the less that the past
system of mad expansion be speedily arres'ed.
iNothi:ig should be done to postpone that cur
tailment and entrencbmeLt in which alone there
can be a hupe of restoration tf a sound basis
of value and an honest b-tsia of dealings.
' Nearly a quarter of a century ago, at a
time of agitation greater than the present,
Andrew Jackson, while President, was impor
tuned from every quarter with applications
urging him to secede Irom that policy which
has i ntnertaJlzedhis name, and immarla'ized
be memories of the Democratic patriots ot
tnat period, wno tesgnt unaer nis Dinner iu'
great contest for a lawful currency. His an
swer to an offieer of a bank who, as n remon
strant against the Democratic policy, had
visited Wasblngo, was, My fried, gohom-;
te your neighbors to spend Irs, talk less,
work more, and all will be right.'
" The first part of the advice, spend less,'
contained the true secret of tne remedy fcr
itch evils as the present. I he remedy con
sists, first and last, in eeoiony; and economy
will surelv be nraitlsed as aoon as improvi
dent banking accommodations, are witbbeld,
and banking, in other respects on- insecure
foundations is checked. Until then there will
be no ecouomy. a
uThe second part of the advice, 'talk less,'
was good at.vce to those on both sides of the
anestion. it is time that I enould follow tnls
advice myself. The resolutions undereeb
bead speak forjhemselves and need no detailed
elm Hation." "
The remarks of Mr. Brown were received
with great favor by his immense audience.
tney cave iue ring ui mo uuwvu-uvmm.
metaL We make room for the following ex
"it is most remarkable that the banks
bonld have suspended in the situation in
vhich the country Is; and why they cannot
resume specie payments wiuoui legislative am
is equally marveloue. What part of our
country, or of the world, is indented to j-uiir-delphia
and bar banks, and is unable to pay, or
-nt nv? It is certainly not the South, nor
in it the West, nor is it the North, nor.ihej
East ; nor have L beard that from, any of these J
quarters there have been mae any sudden or j
unernerted calls upon us for specie. Apr does i
it seem that there is any unusual demand-for
r ... . - , r.i w i
money to pay any dents due in turope ex
change is said to be lower on England than It
has been for some time. .
u Vfby is it, then", If there is no nnusuaj-dj-tnand
for money from other places to take the
specie away from us, and the other 'parts of
Ibe country have paid, and are paylngwhat
they owe us in specie or Ha equivalent, that
our banks cannot pay specie? This is to me
a mystery. If they cannot ray eprcie cmlei
such a combination ot arorable'clreumsUn-
ces. wnen can ineyr intre is, cououess,
specie enough in the country for airitt
.(.lui. iu u.rt..
mate oses. Have our DanKs no means mi
credit to obtain enough to s'art them again?
It they have not, are we to wait until they
have tbe means before tbsy shall be quired
to redeem their notes? and we, in tbe mead
time, to'authoriie then to Issue two, three or
ten timet, at msny more, to drive all the specie
awfy-from among us, to cause It to be locked
km and tent from ns? If this is'what thev
propoee to do, and expect the Legislature to
approve, I trust thii, the public voice, will
thunder in their ears ita refusal to submit to
such -depredation and wrong until they are
made to feel Its power."
At ibe dose of the speaking, tht following
resolutions were submiUed,to the meeting and
1. iZMeri,Tbat the present financial embar
rassments, occurring' at a period when wealth
from all true sources overflows In abundance,
are 'si' consequence of over trading, imprudent
investments, anu extravagance in nuunc ami
pi I rate expenditures, which, In the opinion of
Ii;" i v! -.i '..(... J .. l
tuts meeting, uave orca buuiuihicu uy loprov-j
.....t...1,..l.l.hffl tn KnV(A-i,nA. I
u-tecure foundation. "
2. Resolved, That our country baa Teaaon to
be thankful that through tbe permanent estab
lishment of the national Democratic policy, of
using a metallic enrrenev alone in receipts and
payments, the Jcal affairs of the government
f tbe tfnlttd States are lira. condition of per
fect sorrndnese. and not liable at the presen'
cristt, at on f ormtr similar ocessions, to asf
rVr'rora'tbjtJr3ltei which" affect lntereets
'3 riiiItvi,, 'That, tha -finaneUl affairs ef
onr nrauana. city annua d aammiaterea on
the.saaVtf? are pjlncipl", and the U.eatury of
each disconnected froa b&tka, as tits tre'atary
of the United States has been detached from
4. iltiolcei. That a lecaliratlon of the pre-,
sent suspension by the banks of'tb, psymeot
of their debts in lawful ccln would violate
fundamental principles cf public and private
morality, long ea'shlribedin--thecbde -of the
5. Rrtohtd, .That, fcj th opinion of this
meeting, the Legislature about to convene In
extra session should leavo the banks to the
operations of existing laws, tempered by such
forbearance as the good sects of their credi
tors may anpeet.
6. Rttohti, That the true interests of our
city an I htate will be best promoted and pro
tected by maintaining a sound currency in
specie, or in such bank notes only as reprts'nt
and are immediately redeemable in coin: ana
that the issue of no other curreney-jshoutd,
now or hereafter, be permitted or sanctioned
. 7. Rttolvtd, That no circuUtJon, uniler any
condition whatever, of bank notes or'olher
paper currency for smaller amounts tha'nTnay
now be lawfully Issued, can receive"! the sanc
tion oi ice Democratic party.
Honor ti the Ixave.
from tht Jilolt A iil Oetutrr.l
A ntndsome tribute to true worta nis neen
Ps,a T President of tile United Stales Dy
a P"t from nim to Cap'ain A. JoDnson.oi
the Norwegian Baroue Ein. of a valuab'e
pocket Chronometer. Although tht noble
Captain needed no other reward for bis gallant
conduct, than the feelings of his own generous
breast In being the happy instrument oi saving
Irom destruction a large number of bis fellow
beings, yet this testimonial of approbation
from the head cf a great nition must inspire
additional feelings f more thin ordinary plea
sure. And tne motive wbleb prompted In
present is honorable in the higt est degree to
the excellent Chief Magistrate of our country,
and he has well represent tt the wishts pf,.hls
countrymen by his generous act.
We beartllv wisti Captain Johnson, a long
life of happiness and prosperity, which we are
sure Mill be spent in continued acts of service
to bis fellow men.
We publish with pleas-ire the interesting
correspondence oh the subject. .The watch (
of rare beauty and Intriftfltcfjlue, iriiWi mas
sive gold chain and key attached to it. The fol
lowing is the inacnotivn on Ms inner case :
ine ITe-ldtut '
Ta . i
Captain A. Johnsin,
Norwegian itaiq'ia EllerJ
for bis humane, prompt, zaleui and ,
tuceessful Hurts In rencultiz per
6tM8 from thewrk.et, the
DEriaTMEST or State.')
Washirg jn, srjiu 3.. 1867 , J
&'T. Sawyfs, Esq.,CallecrbrJf the Gnsrbjis,
Sts: 1 traurml' a Pocket Chronometer and
Chain which Ibe Presi ent has directed n be
pnsented to Ctptiln A. Johnson, of the N r
wegian barque ElUn," as a altbt tesumobial
of his appreciation of h s services Ih rescun g
under moet tryiikg circums'ances, so many of
tne survivors irem be wreck of the steamer
Central fmenrs. I will thank you to deiif'T
these articles to Opain Jbneon, and exprtss
to nim tne Y resident's btgti sense or a s gal
lant, cLergetic and succecftiil exert ioDS upon
the occasion reterred to.
I am, sir, your ob't strv't,
(Signed) LEWIS CASS.
Custom Hodse, NoarotE, J
Collector'4 OlSce, October 5, 1667. X
Dear Sir: I have been deputed by the hon
orable Secretary of Sctte at Washington, to
present to you a Pccket Gkronemeter and
Chain, in the name of the President of the
United States, " as a slight testimonial of hie
appreciation uf your services in rescuing, under
must trying circumstances, eo many or tne a tr
vivors from the wreck of the steamer Central
The President desires mf o convey lo you the
expression of his heartfelt acknowledgments,
or your "gallant, energetic and successful ex
ertions upon the occasion referred to ;" and I
may be permitted to add, that in doing so, he
enunciates tne uniretsii sentiment ot tne peo
pie of this country, of uhoea Be is the honored
chief. The gift, emanating from such a
source, and from each susceptibilities, aNke
distinguishes him who bestows and him who
Wishing that prosperous gales may heretfttr
attend ytur votage through life, and that it
may terminate In an unruffled and happy haven,
I request you, dear sir, to believe me with sea-.
tlmsnts oi sincere regnru,
Your obedient servant.
(Signed) S T. SAWYER,
Collector of the Customs.
to Captain A. Johnson, Norwegian' berq'ie
T-lf f-tt. - -
N0Brth.tr. Ya., f
October 6 1857. C
Dear Six: I am btfietod by your very kind
letter or yesterday.
To be thus distinguished by the President of
tne United btatea is tne most fortunate event in
my not uneventful life. I say lerlimate, be
cause I feel that in my part of the transaction
to wnicn you nave so flatteringly alluded,
was but the happy instrument of effecting
what every true sailor would have rejoiced lo
do under toe ramt. trvlng -circumstances
The beautiful ease cotfitainirg Ihe watch,
will be a proud legacy in my nous, and I oe
Lyou, with ray grateful ncknawledgraents, to
say so to toe enugnieneu statesman -o pre
sides over lbs destinies or your coantfv.
I pray you to accept tokens of my personal
regal d. l am. dear sir,
Your gtalefu! servant,
To Samuel T. Sawtei, Esq., Collector of
Rail wat Management. Thursday's New
York Jlirald observes in reference to railroads
All of oqrrailroad companies must turn their
attention to a aew scateiB of manageinzat. A
complete and thorough change wilt have to be
mtde in Jheir internal arrawg'nwnts and the
mude of operation. In mast of them'lbe stock
has been literally anmb l ited, and we doubt if
it can again oe revived, ine Dooneo interest
is about the only one left, and it will require
tbe utmost economy and tne be&t management
to nreeeive even fiat. We have latl seen
exposes made of railroad Cmcc;s,by the man
agement themselves, much wore than any
thing ever drearued of. It has been shown
bat in companies wbero a Urge surplus ap
peared alter the payment of 'he last dividend,
no more Uridends ran be expected for) ears
These are facts which we have been striving si
long to bring out, and whit we failed in dulng
these held Uine have rivne. But for Ihe tin
mediate financial necessities, of the different
companies, bastenel by Ihe drying up of ibe
usual sources of 8 tpply, we might htve been
kept In tbe dark J ears longer. We now know
juat about where sur ralioad companies stand
and it will be very difficult for tbem to again
cover up their condition from tbe pnWIe eye
rbe public will have nothing more to do witti
their utocks as ii.vf4ineiits at anything lik
prices new ruling, as much reduced as they
An Important Bill. A bill has been In
traduced into the House cf Representatives bj
Henry Maney, Esq., to relieve ibe-State fron
liability on aecouut f aiil extended to railroadt
and othT internal Improve nenta.
The fi'at section of tbe bill provides that lb
State shall not be bound In any event or to a
extent for 'he building of .railroads, where tl.e
provisions of the charter of rallroa
nies Daveitoi neen comptien wi'li. M - v
Section second provides for Ihejrep eallof a!
'aws pr paita of laws whsreby S'ate aid ha
been granted for building railroadrvjvbich laws
have bot yet become pperUve upmltbe.Stat'
by a non-compl vice on t lie ptrt vof companies
with their rrnvidona; btit provWes-that the
charters of such compani-s, are notinterxiedto
be repealed. The sole object and intent of the
bill, as set fottb In its provi-lmi, is ta relieve
the State from all liability wh ch has not ac
crued on account of rallioAds already char
Ured. It seems to he a settled polo' tbaino aiJ. will
be granted by the State for purposes of Inter
nal improvement by the pree. t Lg!alature,
and, in view of the depreciation of Ttunejscc
.State bonds in tbe market and tbe present In
debtedness of the State, the policy seems to
us to be wholesome and wise. Xashvtllt Arte
L The President at Home An Incident
Un Saturday morning las-., (says tns Fniladel
pbla Ptim,S tbe court-room at Lancaster was
.unusually crowded, as an important jary trial
- - - t .L . f , . . . l . I
was going on. in iue mitisi ui, tueir procceu
Ipgs, James. Buchanan, tbe President of the
United States, quietly, aiti alone, walked ipto
he court that very court before which be
earned his early reputaticp, and in which he
practlcedor nearly rorty years
As soon as he was recognized, the judges on
their seats, the lawyers, the jury, witnesses.
spectators, and all, rosw as If actuated ny oi e
' . , . -, . . , ii -
common feeling, and stood uncovered to wel
come their old friend andellow-cijixen. Tbe
Prrtideiit kindly saluted Uiose aboucnimand,
after shakliTiaSdjwitll the judg
apologizing for having Interrupted
ceedinga.7 , a
the judgts, retired,
AiroTHCa Post Or-icutOECisio
I n Dn.l
vlfOTHtn roar ue Mt-wMtviHw c ,
master General, eayt the Wlrtinbua (Gi.) Ss,
rm niiWh' anr aiUDUtit tn ueristuira ircetniy
in relation to the post oiBee law, all of which
show that hehasthe'loviof Uneie.ijmTa tn
Sam'a rft- l
terf st at heart.
la reply to a leuer.of a post- f
legltl-J.master, Inqulrln; as to ihe nghrjif raifrod
da, ..f t.-t.r nverlheirrresnec'ive
lines, outside of the mails, tb fos'insa-er
General nas decided tat ietirBt!nuv imtiw
in stamped envelopes. no,f exclaslvely relating
to, tht businesa tt the rpad .oyer whlchHhey
pass, can not be Ihus carried, excepfcin viola
tion of law, and directs Ihe prosecution ofall
persons offindingln thlt particular. ;
A CiraiCAi. SEDOcei The fallowing is
'from Ibe Troy (N. T.) Tira'a- of Mopday :
f "We regret to learn that ibe Rv. Reuben
Grgg, foi trier pastor or ine inrtQ iroy-i. c
Cborcb, has been arrestis? charged with the
reduction of a young ladf alhlsnewsCatIoniu
Washington county. The seduction was ac
complished while the wife of -Jir.. Gregg was.
tin a visit to her fr,ends. -when he'had ettgiged
the services i of the youfg lady at a house-1
keeir. Jaie, Is but sevrntetn years of, age,
nd bad .lvvay borne i highly, respectable
name. Mr.pregg was .arrested while In at
t.ninraati camn-meetlng inSutdv Hill. He
." ... .C- - Ui. r : i.J
gave Donaa ior tua du(iji, w mi mjiiui,
3 . - ..J I.. I.ta .nrtliflfif, t rt ! , r-r tril At,
oeir, and for bit appearance to stand trial oji
tbe charge of seduction. lie his been .dis
missed from the Chur:ht'of ;whieh he was
pjetor, and will probabfa be expelledjm ihe
mtnistrr at the next meeting ofjhe Troy Cun
ferenee."" " ,
Dcath at A W-.nnKoT A yn'nrg man
named White, who atte'tded a we-ldlg party
in LneAter,'P., last utee k, drank t"o m trb,
arid.waafoand dead oa the premises tbe -"tlfj-jj, ., ih's .nn Irioe.afStrJJnao'deJ
zaprnlng j Jvjorxe 0rdered to. prevent the laMIpg.Tbv
A G'nrj'RrrJic MTipAleSck .won a prlxe-i
wofh'$liO at the Gal's'mrg J1I , Hors. Sh.-w,7brt oMb UtM waifs at jransar.s.?.. r,
farexeelleneefrn hnse-ifehreltjodahsr oBr1aws,and dIstBibif of thspeacfl of iikmi-
filly without s saddle.
I 039-A r-nnr wif. r and mr lavef." Li S I UF LKT1 1', II n . I T I OfY-i C3t S. I . I i-sa . - CAE V
bis coafeto keep him from freezing.
OTTtt eostsjthe Nw York Cenlral'Rall-
road Company'on million three hundred and
fifty thousand dolltrs a year for wood.
II Tt.. I : II. ... I.,,., I K
Batlyes-'cf the low country near the. Mission
slppl river, were thrown Into very genera'
alarm 'when the news of the financial criila
reached them. Hearing tbatlhe banks were
caving in, they conceived themselves to be lo
great danger of Injnry from tbe river.
.EaT" A Sodthern company ,.for the manufac
ture, of rosin oil, Is about being established at
Mobile. The vast pine regions of tbe SoutD
will til us be put to a more profitable use than
heretofore. The oil Is to be manufactured by
jvfpateBtproceu, at a cost'ofJJ i lq 25 cen(s,per
(JS Praise your wife, man y for pity's sake
give her a little encouragement, It won't tort
her. She has made your home comfortable,
your food agreeable; for pltj's ske tell her
you thank her It nothing more. Sbe don't ex
pect ft ; it will" make her eyes open wider than
they have for'lhesa ten years; but it will do
her good for all that, and yon, loo.
Talking Fish At Washington, on Thurs
day, a gentleman created some consternation in
rkft with his remarkable ventriloquist
powers. Passing an o u coioreo woman wi'n
bunch of fish, Slgnor B. caused tbe ; finny
tribe" to squeak like a pig. The woman
dropped them and ran arou.d looking for " de
market master." By golly," said she, " I'm
bound I neber touches dem fiah agin."
The Last Burst. The editor of the St.
Louis rfrr thHs philosophises respectlrglbe
earthquake: " We do rot remember to have
Iclt tbe shock of an eaithquake since tba even
ing ef the Presidential eleetlon in 1832, just as
Ihe sun was going down and Franklin Piesce
bad been elected President of the United Stater.
If U.txjk ap earthquake to herald thedcfeatol
G'nScrrr, who kuows but that tbfr. second
earthquake was Intended to announce tnat tne
financial crisis Is over, and that nothing more is
gain: to burst on the top of ths earth, just a
Tlmily and Hopeful Eloesee.
The followingextrect from the late speech
of Hon. Caleb Cusiuno, at the Agricultural
Fair, at New bury port, Miss., abounds In tbe
noblest and most opportune eloqtence : ;
"Tbe U .ited States, at this moment, are pas
sing ibro.ir.tl what Is called a fiuancial crisis
4 sirigency in tbe moMev maiket a panic-ter
ror in me raiiKsoi Business men wnicn uDocne
and disturbs all the relations of commerce and
of exchtnge. Happy, at such a time, are you
be cultivators or the Ian J, or tnat boon molner
earth ama genttrix which, so tong as the
run sbiuen,-atid the refreshing rains of heaven
fail, and seed-time and harvest sueceed one an
other, is the oi.ly certain aid exbaus'les
source or tbe prosperity and greatness of men
and of nations.
One ot tbe wisest of tbe present economists
ot France, when reflecting on tbe losses which
that country has incurred by calamluus river
ii undatkma; by waste of life and treasure in
the war witn Russia ; by successive years ot
deficiency in tbe grape and other crops; by tLe
dtfproeortiona'eiy high price of the necessa
ries er me; uy ine tendency or ine population
to accumulate- in mischievous multitudes in the
great cities like Paris and Lyons; by the ad
mitted physical deterioration of the inhabit
ants; and by the immense disiateis of revolu
tionary convulsions and sanguinary civil con
flicts occasioned by the chronic struggle be
tween traditional public ins'itutions and Uto
pian schemes of socialistic change In tbe con
dition of the human race refl-cting upon all
this I say, be consoled himself by the further
reflection that he might look wi'b undoubtlng
confidence for remedy, to all this in recuperative
power of tbe soil and the agricultural popular
ity of France.
How pregnant with suggestion Is that thought
to us of the United Slates at tbe prtsent time.
iai upon OHr uno, as ntoa mat or r ranee.
-have periodical inundations and failures of
crops come to neutralize the latiors of man
not for ns as for her has the best of our blood
and of our resources been squandered in sterile
wars of pride, caprice, or national jealousy;
not long ago our sky, as tn bera, bad tbe avei -giog
demon of discord passed, shaking from
beneath the thunder-cloud of his black wings
the Iigbtuing shafts of revolution and civil
war, in terror and desolation upon men's devo
ted heads; not among us, as there, is a redun
dant popuMtien pent up in over-crowded citi'n
and condemned to extort from a long-taskrd
soil its unwilling yielii ; but instead of all title
we nave never-ceasitL; terresttal productiv
n'BJ, unbroken domestic peace, institution
strong in their well-ordered freedom, and this
ricn counuyof ours to cultivate and lo occupy,
with lis glorious forests its fertile prairies, i's
uuwing rirers, its inland seas, Its metal-teem
i' g earth in a word, this great land, la all iu
untouched native strength, as it was on that
C . I. I . . I. .. . .. . ... r . i i ,.
uiai uuty Muuitu ul m i-rcdiion, vvuen, as it
bloomed and smiled in its maiden charms be-
nea h His well pleased eye, it was declared to
oe good oy uie Umi.lsclent iuindand Omnipres
ent voice of the Alioigbty.
If, then, It can be so truly said In France
she Das a sufficie-tt lemedy for all, even the
greatest calamities, in ner ngrleul'ura! re
sources, bow much more corfidently may we
iook to iue sime q iarxer rorreuer ror wnaiev
erth'ie is most unwelcome in the eommer-UI
crime, wblcb, at ihe pr sent moment, afil'c's
tne Lni ed b ates. I do not hesitate, there
rorf , to say, that in yau, the landed Interest t f
tbe country, is to be found the solid substratum
or pur material welfare , and now, as at all oth
ertitues, the sure salvation of tbe commercial
prosperity of tbe country. Banks may suspend
piyment In specie, but tb: S"n does t.ut cease
to shine- merchants may fail, but the eartb
does not ; railroad stocks and bonds may go
do.vi, Lut tbe harvest comes, and its cotton,
tobacco, su;ar, com, wheat, and rice, fill our
acorth usea and granariee; bills of exch'nge
nay ne pro'esieu, nut me coal and iron ol
Pennsvlvania and Virginia, the lead rf Wis
co isiu, tbe copper of Micbigtn, and the gold
aud quicksilver of California rem tin: manr a
weary merchant, as be scans the pagefof bis
ledg-r. may sink in despondency, but million,
uf strong hands an-l bald hearts will survive to
carry on tbe fcailnest of life ; promote ind.vii'
ml el -bt ii g, and work out tbe great problem
or tne giowtn and grandeur ot the Uniuc
We, It is tire, have our pet public sfH'cMons,
ana we mace ine raosior tnem. ireelubamrf
eometimes to think bow petty are tbe political
roubles wbich pre-occupy us, and then again,
rejoice and leel proun to turns now supernal
Js tbe condition of on' country which enabl. s
us tj entov the aatiefacti n of eTutnbltite atw
fretting about such trivial and insignificant
m'Bgs. ir jou were to nerd tne aens-itioa ;tr
agrapbsof the public journals, and the vague
ceeiaraations ot lfl Uus lugs, you rn'gut con
Keive 'hit millions of. men here in tbe U ice.i
states were in arms tor fratricidal combat,
tnat mrgbt, citadels were lost and wondli:y
bj contending hosts, that' embattled legions
were In tbe field pouring oat tbe deadly bail f
'ne musxH ana rine, tnat our eitties were un
dergoing capture and sick at tbe hands of infu
riatetfjetiemiea.aiid that' all the worst calami
ties of war, pes'itence, and famine, were now,
and for years had beent ragmg tbrougbout tbe
Union. Ail 'iise thmgsui.bappy England now
a-s upon Derbatidsindtatractedaiidiieyatatrd
India, not we unat is teat we nave tor po-
Inlf I trouble? Why, fowootb, some petty
fro tier tquabbte in Utab, Noho, Dacotab,
Nebraska, Kansas, or some other out of-tbe
way spot, with or without a name, and of no
r ore account any wav In the great current rf
national welfare and hippiness than tbe bub
L ble wbich form and break one after tbe olher
on tne surrace or tne great river, as u rons
majestic on before us to throw itself lovingly,
as ivverr, jnio uie.iapoL uie caprciaui. wn,
Once'more 'hen to you. my friends, i say, be
of good cheer : earth and sea, with all their
genial production!, agricultural, mineral, aui
ma I, are yours ; the mind to guide, the will to
impel, the hands to t o, are yours. Nature and
man worklt e together still in thv everlasting
copartnership of generation and regeneration ;
and tbey togetber are omnipotent in mis our
neaven-favorej lai.d ot America.
Tur Passing Pakic Whatever may have
been the cause pr causes of tbe existing mone
tarv troubles. Ibis onVe;avidrnt thattbev are
attributable to no very deep stated source ot
disaster and danger. The resources of tbe
coun ry, the individual and aggregate wealth
of the people, the facilities for acquiring a
competency in tne unamoinous arocatmiH oi
life, or for achieving nrineelv fortunes b v mas
ttr strokes of enterprise and adventure, are all
las great, perhaps greater now tbao at anypre-
vious period in our historv ot the American
people. It lfutterly impossible, then, that tbe
unanetal embarrassments wnicn, or iue tasi
few days, have east a shadow over tbe com
mercial world, can eonliitueJong. Inleed, the
panfe Incident to the saspenilona nf ba'-ks and
tbefUuresof mercantile houses, seems already
- en - k.n4lr ,.jf nrtrifiilenre and courage
vtre-eomine to th ruetf. Men of nerve begin
tcflgok tire Hanger full In the face And line
all other obieets of terror, when, they do that
Ihev bavn half conquered It, Of. all the coun
tries of tbe eartb. oura is tht last to be pros
trated by a financial storm. It may tetr dowtj,
the dIUpidited tenements, and aoase upiu tueir
firm foundatlcna the strongest bouses, but if
mnttn naaae over? wbn the. remarkable recu
perative enrgy wrh which ihe American pe,t.
pie are intoned oom oy nature aon
lus of yeJ Governtnentj-is sure to manifest In
an inereaApf capital ndA most gtatlfylnte
irtlon in all branches ofbuales3; - -
In our excbanges from-alC-quaners or .uie,
cotintrtjwe dlsrrmrTio evJ?eTirQLany ejuah
.,r,Ueraal prostration of trade, ag tlmfdaod Jes-:
pondent persons may imagine. The- baiks-fj
tblt-l'y, WJ n racrjniuu ui itiuimcim
no'etof the Independent banks, continue lfiir
aeens'omed course. Ana me excitement pro-
. -d or the panic in'.other placet is rapidly
Mhaldin?. A few more days, and we believe
all will b,e.s'aln at ratrryj jajnarnage bell."
Ruhmoid Entftutr. ' -
FittiBnjTM4Xo The Jllmlstert of Ginte-maIa,iia'i,5ialvador-ad
Costa-Rica have ad.
.IreaaediMlf laiGen.Casj,lnfoimnghlm that
Walker iefit'irg out a new expedition apinst
Nfca"raa, tbe men of wbich are to gJ from
kcnih irs.t ihe armsmeht fiom New York.
The experUtroni lo ga her and be "put together
afthe baf bbr of 'Bdealt "del Torn, a short Ur
t...,. h eJ Sad Juanr'erNbrUi andithen
j.nit it'itiiieiiML- -flta' nDntatera tenn-st
Lav.. . ..ilvl ,-avrfins h awril. to'lh furmet
alarr desiri ht tb fililbns'ers:xnty.ihe
I' T T i n c
tj a a u afc o t
REMAIHtNO la the poet nmo at MeraphU. Term., ea
tae 15th or O&tto-n. IUT. Ptruns ealliar far then
boatd ear that ttxr af e.1 refilled.
, Orrferfioee advrrHtei In the UcMrim ArrxAt,
aq'ttablf I tie following trctitm of tht Sra Pott Of
Het Im t'j; lit wiptj r Aarfaa tke Itirgut.tiritt
Islion of any itllg nnetpaper puttlitked In itanphii.
fizCTIO S And be it further taet id. That Uti of
Letter rrrnaloiaf ncnllcil for -n nr Po-t OtSee. la nr
ftr. town, ae TIHace, wiy-re a neipapr aball b- printed,
iai,iiiwirb,ti,MiihffMmiM,i.i, th.nM.iM. 1
U irdelltd by ta ratttaaer of said offlot. Xnt Pctl W
Alfxmd'r Via Vary Jane Alexantbr iflss KHaa
aitzissir at tu aarr
' Bar i Mry
Braar rJ Un T
Brlty Hat um
fiiylasd MraX A
Brenna Mai Xarsarat
Bajrtatra Lacy. ,
'ark Mist Oatkartsa
Oatr Mas Mrafi -Caiev4
Oaw-4 y aft,, Mary Ana
CarnaMaa Mrs L -
. .D oteeawt MoiOT; i ',
. D,aM an, M L ,
Xfw.fa Sr. Hfj-Ano
. Ford Mr. A
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nHU d MraM A .
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tasienaaa Kits Paasl
MlSter Hit Kt
MMar Mia Kaacr M
Dlt Miss Carnella
Ht Hit Adaltoa
u atlnnd lit 1 S
llndif. rttv Mt.bJ
Hit Airs L veola M
RrranMra J O
Broula Mr Vlctorta A
Brsoa lira Win
CitfJttt Mm Uary
C tttaa Itraearah
I!en'a nannab C
PitI Kr- KJ
Ducorth Jlt-a rta
Kntt-W Ml aNannls
V. w.td.Mri nmiltrje 1
ririTTtMt Mrs S 0 '
Fi'tpttnck. Mrs Sa-kO
, -, r-'
Grabam Vra Jarls
Ory Mra n w -Goran
llrrbart Mra Jimra
II to- Hit M.rtha
m at- a
na.tats Alias Vary 8
Jttaaoa Va L A J
Lyan illia JtlU
Ila U Vra
orrtro Mra EOtta E
N'orvtl Mia It
Stt Un CaM W
aauzst-a Utt KHiatet-
O n Mrs Mary R tXaeHMUa Brltet ,
O'CaBattua, Mtaa Martaret t 1
7-rklns MhaMaryf .
.Price Mia XHea S '
ram est Mra Saraa J .
s Mb I-u
Taare lesdMrsX A
WatMaa Miai ITT
Wsm Mra Mary
ftMa-daan Mrs L X
Siadars Mriit I
tr. h na Mr viary
Serlta Mla r.amta
annta Mtaa Nannie M
r.jvor ilua Skua M
Wa ll MUi EHsabeth
Want Ml- M A
Witt ia- Mia rhtMv
Mact Mr Mary
M Chn Mr Mary
McUetly Mra Martaa
Aaher M V
AleAaaer J T
AbiU P T or B J" At ea G W
Asdrrfaa J H
Aleza r JtvaT
Aadaa-v, w U
Atkjuoa lac K
AlUalt G W
Black D P
1) actbarn Jno
Oatxr K F 3
tit d Tnoa
Bnaitm G T
Sartta Wra F
Uan-tt D 0
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B laai Lonla
Bee aC U S
Beam tab Jno
8 rater W S
UrliWI D W 3
Balm E F
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Baray X E .
Baibee Jim T
U xm.ffard C T
llek-r B B
rytaad Waa L
Baeaa V V
Baebaan J G
BraMtt B L
Btake BO 3
Bard W T
H-ard j w
B Ml Ta
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tvijbto OlE M BckJaa
srayi a u r J js
Bewaa A G
El.od A P
turn man n W
Bantu A 0
B .w. a J X
BowBtaa apt 3
Brown WHita -B
Baika Bi b
Caanon L IT
Ganetv Jao G
Oarr a. James
C tt.rUbl I T
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Bsrjraa J B
Grawhrd P X'
Gtaik Jao '
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Came JaS 0
Cswaa B 7
Oarr a 3 B
Galaban B C
'Jarp ntrr A B
Or. w lord urn Q
O.aMy j B
Cteveuad & Co
Cr.-- a B F
CH'f m i Ad er CblH- a J S
Call ta S II
Caava M O
Cr ot Was W
Ctak J MeK-ni
Ovl- Mutt Wm
tfes-maa G W
Cwaaar O D
Co ky Iwac
Oarla lien S
Uarta K B
DiarryF B S
riatl GtM W
U-ma n Juv.es
Dmu t Br libera
Uaabar Wn H 2
Dn Tbos B
bttaUer M .
Guop- r D E
Oftttaa G-. B
Ob-Mt Ujt. a '
Uaaa'Btbam J R
Dllta U L
IliHy Br W E
D-aksas L H
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Paw rO w
D-o B -Bj 3
Doacac Jtai, W
rankra Dr J W
r-Ury JaBlr 3
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Oraat Wm U
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Gltbi DarM M
G--r.as a It
t.onl a A F
G o.a Pr
lliaa.rtl us s
li-rpar Wm a 2
Darls J 0
Dt. Gea W
Dary M M p
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Ftfcey Wm W
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tin i m J F 3
Gadirtn Cnaa B
aarl K 3
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t. I!.. Martaa
II Cb,PA 3
Uillaa J 3
Jwbaaoa C t
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K.-an P G
dot J. II
Lanl PT 3
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n -mater bi.bT Harrt. G--I J L 4
uarrlf-.BJF 3 HattheXE
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Hairil J W
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B II Wm P
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Heart Jaa A
nieka Wm u
ITIWej braa4 W W BWbar II C
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n tBaatrja R
laeabairer Jo R laiew James
J Jemtotn Dr J L
J mi n B
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J bakB Jn D
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K nurtabefby 2
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altar. U & T B
X.aaeTbMj 3 LtiaJeiaeB
Lio4e & aback LarxrrOA
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LufdTba 2 la(EA
l-ator II LawrlarLaaraBOeLW
laiwrasca V J
Makooey Wra Malan S L
Mattery J ,ba Mm Jamea
M.b r Mlabaal MitMault'P
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Parker J A .
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MMrr W A
Myers T J
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Wtaat J W
Wrd H rjry
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wimaara a l
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. O fc Co.
W. H. CARROLL. P. M,
Memmhs. Oco'er 15. 1867.
HoUovray'a Pills nud Oiiilmenf.
Bt WABB ef erBBterfel- s t PerebxMr am bertbyJt
(urmrtl of a carta n U.t aa U tbsetauvDaaa of tb
rraxUes: It it aeceaaarj ta at bt eacb leaf cf tbe
Boak of dlrertisB anraad each rto4 box abewa tba Ko "Tltl b pild tt'raf. r, nulA a a!l' tltlela rtat
woraa, HoBoway, Nw T,k and Itaiaa," a a waur-vt ,n 8a an t eertlS'4-ty tlve At tame
mark laaaral-traarpareBl UtUra. AH not tbat aalben-
tlcitrd at f raala.
8I1 at ta mtaafactare, Jt. 80 Mahtea Lanek
Tort, aad t,y all droritaU, at Oc, aad
r pot. iKtrftSitTwIw
Buritett'sKnliiitors fori he Toilet.
iiyiia.oraar p-rmiti! to earay tbafktlawl r
w Bar keen conauatyea t"1
more saw far irary weak, and bap- to raacV Parla i
?lBV.,h'Mf, At aay rateIMfk forward
I oar arrlral t-t, a a prl d .f rt. 'IS M irarrl-
.raw.bartb.awaK-. aaa ptlTUI1etdeBt to
ktmiMlnr wilt, mm . , . t. , k. ... i i
Maroeylas; with com ps.rue, bat I ba ,aiSar4 mare I
from tba ezbaa.Uas 04 my antyof CALSTOV thin j
faa asy atber ca If any rood fra atoeVJ e 1
eamtax est ber , do pray, send rs aaTlaat aa U I
t; t taacje arata Te cv Sara Do I a f the tctcf ai d '
cimfart It b lata wbea en I- SVrtBX lrenjx(0 are I
bar tried otber apHaBor, bat bar f. and Batata,
tbat wl 1 e mparr B f ar a ffl ay or atrceastrse ."
"Prepared ryjaaefh Bara-it i. Co., Bortoni FnraVa
bj 3. MASsriCLD 4. Co., aad aK dralera, at Me. aad
St prr Vat tie oetfl-daiwlw
"BCBSaTI'3 ORISXrALTOOrnLStl.'' prepared
by Meatra. Joscril BUB9ETI At CoTrimin! street,
Baatos. arrrata d -car of tba Teastt. ceatraKr-a tb aecre-
taaes t tb m -atb, rendtr lbs Karat bardiaaat baaMtty,
aal imparts ts tb braatb a (raxraae past lurly r
taatle aa4 paeaiaat.
Far aal. by S. M X3F1ELD & 0O.,la deaHra (ese-
raMy. Pnc-Sae perbetlr. rtl-ltwawlw
Jlitnf millet 1 & Classical H'gh ccboeI,
JOHXP HARLOtr, Principal.
THIS Iaittt itwu wtu breattr tmbcace all UwaVpart-
m-atsof In ra-tm recetsary its q alt r aiadaaa tar
Oim-oeTCt-I, Scrn lc or ttar ai paraaru.
Tbe Classical repirtartwtBfbeaa4-r .be laafaeaUate
inperrl-km tf P a-. J H. SV1KS X. X. M., zradaale
t Priacetaa, aftdaawxrt pcad Oaeb-r.
Pruf. KATHAM TaJALK win pre We Ja Utt Matbe
art at awl Sei-at S'c fjrpat'tm at
S labor or exp a wtV be (pared to mak tktt laitl.
ti'Van war by . f ,-alt? jfwraa f ctis-1m
3?IIaE S All"-B .
Far tlx r or rry terra at
HEMORRHOIDS, OR PILES;
Wbether of h( eUtadtax or rrent orlxta ; I a vera at or
External J wb tber att-sted wttb Pretapws, Ilemar-T-usor
aba actssa I aad all by
TSo Internal aataraBta b'Ht? rv;aiml ta aav , aa'y ta
rrxalatc the Bvwata, it Ceaatrfated, r ta Btartbaa aaa
AlarceBamberaf i-alnaea tbeeexbawt tb coaatry,
ot bixb danctT aad itBaeae. bare vera vary attested
to ltrecacr la tbrtr wb eaae sot rf bary. and
wbs orttfl"ate- may be se a 17 rearBcs to tbe pra
prtcW' pabltcat oa a b bad of ttvaar a;sa, tbreaab
tat tbe Ur-Hed Stat-a.
Pliet, I par Bx. retail,
r Tfi PILB 3 a LVE k pat ap te gtua Jara, lmiewl ta
a paper box, pTftttf labarlrd, aad vrtB kaa aay kaxib
Xy Tot iale ta tU eHy ty
H F. FABxawoars,
H K BOfinrx.
W. M. -HELTOft,
J M. SLEfoc Ja Co.,
rntKrt.CB x Co ,
HC5BV Txt r. aaJ
S. s LAtirnira.
T H. OAVANArGH fc. O.,
PFslelre( St Losls, Ma.
''fTho'shall decide tvhea Doctors
AsditlsaTerycoa-Bo-itblBtfa a- then dts ir-e,
erraapoa tba ma t rutmaor'aat malt-ra ; at wbea.
tbey are all of on -ptaara a oa ar aa anbjec, w fry
aataral y calealal tbat tb tr optataa. tlx arr red at
la a etrrKt oa- Tbl. tbe a, meat be. t c.eaaa wrtb
LBOS'ABD'-v 301TTH AM RK3 K FEVK AVD AflTJB
r.EXEDTI farkoaqe baeTrwrtwexllUeae:wb-B
wl tarteatoaaptalat.bat W aay tbat It la tmrqnal
ed It I aacb a cart la can tbl' tt win la tbae. take
precedasce onr aetbv fslda
Seebt asrertteemrBt la asetber part X tita paprr.
A. H. H I S'E,.
WHOLESAUS AXD E-AIL' bSAL?ll" 1IT
Hides, licathev ixnilIAnings,
NO. 262 5IA1N--T-, UP SCAJRS,
OVer G. B. Ztxkt't Sttru ,
HAS nw oa baad ad wil be revert trtl weekrr, by tbe
Memabli aad S . Lrxti paat,dare 1 1 re. lb raltrtf ae
ttrrrra. rm; daertsiaa ef LBATOKB-aad LIKINGS,
Wltkb wUI be toad, whoieaata aad rctiMat the St. Loai
HIDES) HTDES'! HIDES I
I want FIVE IIUN'DSBD TttdrjavVD DRT aad
GRRKK BIDaS, for wblcb LwiU fiT iba bttbrtt prices
aa OASn. Try me. .;",.
Furs and F.eliriejs.
I am putnz at aB rrmatbrbt bettacaih pr4efrr
Far, Der aad Sweep Skin "Dealer weoM'deweil to
aal' aad se tne
-f; efa wh re.
t Mb MaB rtreet. ap stair. tera
. - t i aawsa
LITBRALT.T an am 'bar.- tbtvdy.' Tba Karre wMb,
ba Mortar, waa ba a-j bp pa,d d orer tbe Draa
3tore war tb Wervvhaia Heme, ta reraovrd to b' 343
Mala atrret, folb a-f xfu a,-wbra bvnd.edaaare.der
.tabtad to see Ma ur'esblwkoxlaf I ae. s
n 3. Hogbaa, Dr. T. MiOswaor tbe pete aad at
oaaprlabed det ka, Mewr. A.' rVj a Jba Wrtbt,
w II be pleated to attend re ttB Krata 0' aniid rcat
otertorwaK apoc tbe pabrte day aratsbt. Treaerls
tka or Med.ctae p nj Va V? ooat nata'e ctaatvr
at "fe leat CAsrtprlees" Tbta lstb.placwbcre
tbe 'aaoeaa MrGowa'a Derwrxyl ajyt'lrda T-nla BMtars,
a pernaee tear far Obi la, Fi vra Dy" P a, ac,
S'eraacb Bitttr. teas ae of Tar, litjWaiFrtteTal. ax.,
are prpjred cd rati. ,
D'. r. WcGOWX'S oatw Is at Mt Dra Sr, wbe
t roar be feaad by tbcre wae fbrafe a-a prefs ieeal
texr lee'. -A yyt-lrg
COPPER PLATE. -
ENGRAVING AND B Rl 2Tt G
WBarepreparwI tefaratab taa airj- r avjle. lari.
Utln, Wedd ar; Tialt'at aad BaalaCACa-da.
eU F. W CL KRf tL 00
Pioneer Hook and Ladder Co. fo L
THE memb-ra -f rv Bea B.k aDdrUr Cera ipajtj
X I wB bk awtice tbat bnfteV tbe air alfr Ike
aaaembltex of ibe aumbers win be'iwp rirekVTV Xo.
I'sbetl. Bycrdar. . M. "C. IBIDDT,
cct3 3w - ' TWretary.
Edmondson &- Armstrolig,
Wboleaale aai Be' aft Dea fa '
HIDES, OIL JA'O LiEjiTllE R,
sb. sir MAix'STBEirr;-'
Opposite Court SqBre--ifrjof'tb
CS-oldon JSJti rTxa.
KKEPcooalanfy ea binJ a faH as-ortrulot vf aityb-a 10
tbelr line, coa latlax In patt of Freacb aad Amerlran
Calf Bkla nmlack and Oak-Tannfd Sot Laalber,
Sklttiazs. Baraeta, BrbHe. Wax aad K p Upper tr-atberJ
Baameled aad Paunt Leatber cf aH klccLS Pad. B.j
Cbanola, Deer, Lialat; aad Topptaz Skina Atao. a, Ml
a ao rt meat of 'addfera', Sbormakeril aad Tarjer
rbola, (as. 8ad4lety Hard wan aad Haraesa MccnUaza
of erery rtrWy to whKa we reapecliaBy larUeJ
tb attention of perrons bayier la oar Its. .
ntJa.ly : "
WX are avow JatrorirlBXa fmli'aad weB selected
terk ef (sod la tbl tl&ev soab aa
HARK5SS, , 00LLAB3, ,
e HAMB3, . HIPS,
BRIDLE FILLINGS HORSE COVERS,..
SADDLE BAGS, s ETC., ETC., ETC.,
or zvxaT tariett.
AB of wii we win sen at tberery loaett raarktt rata
EDMOKDSOKSv ARMSTRONG? . '
Sa it7 Mala street. .
SI af tba Ctltraalt'Vtip..
Bands! Bandst Sands!
WEkeepcuaatamly on Oianl a full rt meet cf botb
Macnrae-Strrtrbed Leaiber aad GaaEaaltle, .
. GIN AND "MILL BANDS,.
ef an aire, from two ta slxlera laebr ia wtdtb, aadsa
weare tb Airrntt o' the saaaafaciarers, la-aetllteai
as' low a a tbey can bef on ad la tba market, aad XfArantee
tbem to be ef tbe beat qaah-y made.
v DM03D30Xai ABMKTBOSO,
K'. 347 Mala ttmt, .
xajiO-ly Slra ef tbeTGordn Sllrrap.
Hides! llldesl Ilidesi
WE are prepared at aa- tfne-1 pay .Ot -IIIGIST
MABrETPRICK, ta CASH, for " - - . j
DRY HIDES, SHEEP AND DEE SKINS.
SalpmftU soMdtrd, to, wbkb we pramlMToar proaM
aad special atlaalloB
DMOD30X St. AKM5TBONG,
Ko-;4 Malaarrajv '
artxSO-ly 8lrnof,tneG fe Stlrrap. '
A! POMADE for beaaillilax. tba"HAtB,-b5;bly pT -
faraed, arrJor- to-aay Freacb art tela larpoVlad, aad for
& air l pr. ror tn triaj usjca.-, Ultr U so
rjjaar. elrtrif tt a brlltt, (tarar arwsSac, Itrattjet
GeatTraen't Bairtotcrt Sa tbb ajMt'aataraKmaaoer.
It rroorrs ttasdras; always xtriBj therjair tbappear-
aace cf tf.ni freab sbirapxed. Price oaty sTty ceeU.
Xoce ceaelaa aaie slxaed. 7XTZIDGK & CO..
Pmprtetor of tbe "BjJra of a Tboasaad Flow ars."
MForaIbyalI Draxxlau ' bpl7-daDdly
5?Uite Teeth, Prrnraetl RrdaJb
OAKba,-tialrd by la the ' Balm cr A Tnorj.
.sasd Ftowxaa " Wbl lady er i-atman wsaVd re--malntader
tbeearwef a dUarmable b. aatb, wba.by
aarar tb "BAUt or a TaoriAXD ?lowbsu ara
deatiiace, woajd bH only reader It tn et, bat 13t tb
lrtb wblta ta alalia-. Ur t Xtn? perscar do not Iraow
ttetrkraatb ls.kvd,'sndlt a'abject t ao defleat tbetr
MeadiSrQt raa ( ssratiar 1 tr Bir of oasrinfitU.
Ba isr eacb ttU u aUJ. ' : '
Forlo! by an tTrsxxlrU. sptT-dsodlr
w i . -m i k
TBE L4K er tbe CthMle S DrrrratToo win own tbe
Fair far ibabeaen t,r tbair's h ,i .n
MOXDAT, tbe lth u. . eeti's
v a.aallKnal ara ,i.i w
fcilSiT T r
rpn'Jarrf-fStor Bom rrncJer tap SbTbr
I HK&aioa ta roalb l da at abetw .i.
txiw'- Dnln an4 Gayoe.3 at U.
T I. JOasSQM av o.
Gronnd to Lease.
rT OP .BOUMD nvtaeut on Qtimtt
e Maditxia trrt (vrleaw fara f i i-f ..
eCia-Ula- L JOHMIW JaOO ,2 FraatBaw.
tw SEALED PROPOSALS
KTT7TU. wtB ba rrertTM by Wm Gam U. Era
V.WMaal-'. ArbtoakiWrUbt.EM .aattSaml Wilt-r
rsrl a ii a a ox taran ra in- uiy or aaanpnis xmo , n
Grbc tarrrrtmBUILnGf rtbeaatorihroa(OlS
Find tbe Ft rralCaa-ta. Cvmtr lota win b prrfarrH,
aaa Bon a r c WIN tbat ar if tbaalw feet Strur
Tba ti atloa, dlowa-l ca r tba let. and tba srvs da-
1 XTXVU4. mat te ore a a la tbe pre- !, a - d tba Gcv-
-nun-nt re errea tb rbl ta ttlert tbat lot wblcb It
j ay ttreai maat Btt.Me bannr refm-ae to lata ttoa an.
I , arto-riect all tbapruxals atlusstoi
Tbepartbaat wbumade win be rm tb cozytltl n tbat
, uvr li-.,.' io,.mi-ni . vn j-rmm a a ill amy rt
lav am t!lntt"b tbe rub' t lax la anyway
aaH M, aal -bail alo M exdailr larudlctkffl.f tb
i s use to tbe U itd ilatea.
. Pr-soal meat N- sea'!, and Blta)y co -red ea tb-
eBTfap: '-PreeuaalaforaktbaMear-bla aa a MU far
tba nw Coart B mt and Pa-t Orac " awl watt b-
e ltre4BBtMatdsgotbetw(at)-arty-.f rvt-bee 1SS7
Serrtary ut lb Traaary
Trea'arr Deaarta-at, Wjln:t n, D C- Oct . '17.
Shelby County Fair.
MEMPHIS AXll OTllfl
Oa tbetOtb Si t, Snl,ta-d. Mi.iJt drr. .e rv.
TDK Merrpkia aad Obio R.Hread Cearsaay wM
Xltfa Tl.ll t h r.lr llrvnnt. . . ..... tr ,A
CwitBaodaie a I wbjwUh to att ad.
TKAiss will ixavx mem r tit Aa y.tioirs
tiiT'iraii, a . H -rih rn
3d " ....a as a. t. aw
.... 3 P.M.
.....4 l r. xi
31 " ......10 a. h
b " ...10 10 a u- toih
va " . ..I1Oa. aa Iltk
SET-axrxo, leaves rata oaouaoa as follows
aev-rraaa at.... tlA M.
7tb - ....list. jr.
.... U a. K. 8'
3 AS P. 9
" ..,.10 16 a. as th
" ....10 Ma. at. 1Mb
' .....! t m. utb
hb " JO i yt.
...JIS r m.
....4 30 r at",
,..,J33 r x
Pare One Dime each -way.
HEART COFFLV, Supt.
T of th kftrd tta't b4 inurtltj cf
v m a mr- xxeramm 10 71 otxr IUCK
AT COST FOR CASH ONJ.Y.
Now is tbe time for Bargains at
POPE it, BROTHERS.
cctia-dlm lUMalaAtrtei. MetapbU. Trea.
A. B. XtwTOLA as. ..
.. K. MOXSAKXAT.
28G Main Street.'
Tb3ZVZXXt3, I JaTTJ".
4 BSraawiipeaHaxaBdwltleiB-ae to aala oa StTCB,
iA. DAT. theWlhtoat . at Wba'eaaie t BeUU. tbe
igeai, uteapa a a Deaa aaienex Slorx ef
Ivro3Vrdra tbt market Caailitlr 1 of
Ladies' and Gf ml?nen's Dress Goods
MANTILLAS AND CLOAKS.
Feeau bate StlkarrvratlOua Mperiaitera.
Wools and Sbocs,
Aad, ra abort.
AT.Ia TxUNGS roa ALIi ITEN"
We fartl-cHy and cottatry M-obat t aad dllseaa to
eaUaradreamiaer fcrpB"Ctautt: Wa are dtrmlo
t- e- goon Bit it-i. ,If promptly tM for caab o tba
ar" liad. and fr caab aid bo.t-te ppr to tb.
w tnrH- lb LADIE8, especially to oar MAKTILLt
mi au.a. mwjia ctla-4t
TC SIJT I.t THE
THC aab- rVr, bo la a prac leal workman, ba
matt a ftttla of G da it ha Haa of belaee
taai b- feef tit- fi -d wUI me t ta rtqairv-arat of bl.
w.ttro'rt. itaowioxibe qruMyaf bia Go-a. b car
aa-aly warraa ay a-ric,ee aeil. HI .aortrtvnt cot -
S-t of BIFLBS. SBOT GOVSaed REPCATERS.
-i tb dlffrrant pat a and atyte FI-BIXO rAuX LE
a bji W9 an-l ur-c-iputwi, IH rp-rirrs itapt
wrat -nrt j tani tae iat or jrmaetaM-ra.
Repainaz ae with Braiaea aad diapaicb, asd at
ta orr warraatea.
st f tbe Blc Gea
Ho. 169 Mala St., batweea Adam aad W aablnrrra ita
ortia-eawm a. WOLFF.
HAVIXG etaojr d oa" b rtrvao. wear" efTertoxe
-trrattT stock of OLuTBIHG arH nTR.VIsniSu
-.-aiiatceairreiitfi, . wK KeifrarCO
e a - .- oetl-l
bad at tbe fln-at kind. r
r I r A S now b- bad at the fla'st klad. iflreet frora ae
J W wk
( etlt-tm JL M. SPIGCR at SON
FIN'S. lart aal tat a
.rtl a- w
X. M SrllTER A SOI.
Mackerel and Herrlegs.
pRCBITKD In stan, tb flawtBIlat aew Mack tret
It, aal ll-rrrr sa:
lOapaaktseaN. 1, ia barrel, balf barrel aad Ua;
10 No 3, "
K.J. ' " " "
M balf birr v nw We Bcrrlaxi.
Far aVa low by
oci-lm R it. APPRSOX aa GO
Styles for the Season.
ROtrS a la QaBt. Eiyadlar sad Fiocared Dreu
D 'Ulaea. Meriaaa. Caabstere. faacy aad aolld colors,
rrmca wtt'i asa Msrainf s oe.
Cleaka L1i s' aal Ml'' Telrtt aad Clolb.
cbawl" or all tbe Tari-as a'y.rs.
Vara L r Lt-tlas andMBaea
Lao- G oda Honlloa, GUapear, Taleaclesaea aar1
ttrrartl b TBread
ni y 'Uk, Lamb's WV-I. MerHM aad Cot tea, or
B-ttHb. tterataa aad am r can mnaraetre.
WbU Gwds Sbeettsxs, Irish 9eas, Ferebals taal
La-it. a' rjebtya.
rnta aad fMaalmerra.
"E'a'BCky TwBta aad tla'BS
Bltakru aid R'a'y-Madr Ckttbrsz.
Rata, Cxps, B-r(aa, Biota aa- Sboes.
J to wblcb cia b bC3bt lew fi- caab.
.POPE t BROS-
octM-fm v ' SXMalB atreet. Me pbU, Tana.
To onr Fxlends and Patrons.
TbWIKG to tbe sirloseat ooa-y market, aad bo ana.
J set t relief wltbia tba. aext alaety days, w most
CI ear Pr Kooda for cub eaty.
Gar frl-nAwbn lr bltberra dealt wttb as ea a
-retj wa bap will not tblak as too a lot aboat tt credit
. Self pre- 1 ttVu 1 tb Srat law of nature We
eH far eub eiclaiirely fross tbl date, and at rrraUy
1-1 Mo-aprt a. rura at ewri ,
o-Ml la " 3iS Mara itreeMeaipbls, Iran.
TV" I f Ii rim wnl.
BT Bia'a! con&Bt. Mr. W. JF. HODGE, of tie firm
or DATIS, WILLIAMS it lO. bail Ma day wttb
dTawa froca tbe oroeera. Tbe boae will be conduct. d
ond-r tb till aa bereto'oee Dart. WUUaras X Co. ar
sumlaa toe iiaetuues 01 tae arm.
W. W nODGB,
3HOA, h. Williams,
WM TAJf TTlNaUJI.
MamrMf, Octebar IS.1M7 ectIS St
"V7. W. HODGE & CO.,
IVo. 35 Front Row,
a""--" Memphis. yy.
1 fifl BBLS WM w
A VJ l box-a WVatrmX-se 1 Cbeesar
7 eor- En Ulb Dairy CVese;
3J a Ila. Wratern .H--rT Bnllrrl
Irai tears aaaortnl nekVs:
- ?2 fx,t Tmn 8"berrie ard Plaa Apptt
SO bci- Frrab aVacbes aad Tomato:
SO buxe pte Fral'i '
M tt Braady Fraltr
39 bex asaarta JFJ;
. to boxr) Cltrooa:
10 barrel Goirnttei
CO eaaka Lon-I.n Portar.
S4 b-l' Scblrdam Bcbaaprrt
7S bore Heal a era Stoma cb Blttarst
ICO baaketa Ptp-r'a Bet-'-Kb Cba-npiro-f
aVi are Garret' Sacs; beau aad papers!
60 barn's a -aerted SuUl
Atao Snar, Cff.-, Tr Mo'aja.TMtoco.fia Cltars,
aaram-a, aaiv, ac
F.(aalby 3 . FXtM-.
eell Vs. 3 W-meit Bow
THE Prellmlna-y rtsra win rxrmnfroc on MOKDAT
ariSl NO, tb 13tb isataat. at U a CoUex BaBd
Inc. rb Lecta'ea ll y ai fellow at Oa Maada .
pWadeeaats aad Trld y Prof ior EbaiX aa'MxQcal
Jampradeao at joa tvProfer Roo- d ra Minor
Snrj-rr at ' a 3t f eitaaor MlUlSftoa ea Mataral
PbLOsrphat7H r at
Oa TO-adayo. Tarida aad Battrrd y-. refar
w lib' 00 tba PhKoaofhy erf BatIoq tt 19a, xrFro-f.-aorMrTtlIoo
nt.enal II a jr
Tie pintle a' lerivd to atuad tManr?vb.eaYlTj
b ceauae- tarusxa tl prcst ateaui.' .
lettllm-" " tTAVX3,iDa3.
r-riVS b-irrrla -cioico Betcttad KolMaes fa
'ator aad fcrta:lcrw by
lylt aOOTb-OT, C0O3ftZSAS3.
COL WOOD'S $
CHANG AiD ENG,
AFTKB a rtina it frora palUe IU far rareniy yean,
AT ODD FELLOWS' HALL,
Ceo meraclit MOKDAI Ucbrl dartt, lb. wait,
"fnti r laary Ia4in4aat, attlr Mir a kaewl
s4tobaUKP,BAIXB. ID CBSIOMTT, -Tr- bow
maklEx a brt.f taor tbroaab tba UBlfd Staw a. prrrloaa
liLil""' "b an i wvH losad a(teble. total- -
llrent and aotama- team. '
hapmt.5-Bt. cbBsrra aadar aiaa yar mvM
i .nTirtlWU.a fom rf-Mt ita Sr. it. and frats
7 W.l-p.at. t la tbr TeUn octH let '
A GRAND BALL an SUPPEB. 1
.v. w",b ""- by tbe Mfeb.Bica a-d j& Un-.
". logtuuar XTKHIKG OcttbT tJJuWt1
OBOWOBOBADrB, X VIKiXJOV LOUIS-
XS'Ot WHteptx Y t
DM rVD.L, ,rar. Ohrrk.
H. t PAIKTRR.
D P. OOlIraMmr.
Tlrtet admf tiBaaLvly Bd G tv-ein. tst
Tbe lata.1 aad moat fa-bWiabC s'yle at DAKtte RlTer
PROF. RAS1X1 & SQ
PROF BASINT It SOS m.t MaprWaHr la.
larcsa .be clM u Mesahla aat tmi .
taat tb 7 wl l e ma ih- tb r Daater x-l , .
WaDSESDAT 4ibrfJi-rmb-r at7eIo r aa
Tb Ueatlemen Ctaaa rm vr,.. . .
jai-Mtea nw ww eaais-. ee en Bat-
fa tbr partwo'.ra. a pytaMr Ben-ot,'. u -leiullv
Prlrate Coirdtnr -cam, wmi .i k. ....... v ' u
c.tfr. t ta . -'..lT
City Auction nooui.
lb 33 Prowl Baw
LJOHK OS at CO. wta1iTSftifORMIMS tbe
Fara.tBref a fata- y .eeatan 'b eHy caoxa'Sar
?m v.'" T,"' M e4.aai Rdttaa Marti,
.A Hy7Jlhrt' Uto4c' aad surer Waxkes,
aad Ba.J elry. act S-lt
New Auction House.
W. N. HUNT & CO.,
NO 10 MADlsON SIREET.
HATt JSO easasad tb er loa of Mr. A. 3 LETT,
n -r, we ar oow p-aparH te wart ,amM
.XrSJ?Mp,W!;," "VT .M eaMett a
s)arcf baet' Wewi 1 a'trad te aka af N nw,
Be.l Eatate. M.r l.rJ. na-e Ac ! . n ll
W.. l- a"VUr " t'TS. Ta-t,y., wedae das a-4
SAtareaya. Wa bar Miieed ear r f aiar vaet ..ra
of M-rcbaadlae .Uilar of Ha l, Bum. 3.,
mtailea, mat-, Am: ate , a d wm eoattewe tbe eattre
aeasoa. C.b aflraaee made ea .11 rxwiUamtatl Ae
coaat af alea readered ,rou p-ly
, - - W. K. HBST CO.
X 3. Lr TT. A art trow. KB)ki al
AUCTION SALE OF
COMMEXaXG TUESDAT ETKMXG, SEPT. I
Aad p- rraU aale. dartat tb day.
ETBR- artlalewa-MtedMrear at-derneaey t
THUS J. BARB S.
at G. B. Z3Ckt Sale Beam, 363 Maba-at.
SAIaE of tows lots
GRAND JUNCTION, TENN.,
The CTOirtry ef tht Memphis and Ctmrittton,
a4 tkt Musiuippi Ctntrtl and Hutu
tippi and Tmmuet Railroad,
Firty-threeMIl s from 31mpMs
ABOrT FOITB. HtrwDBED L0T3 In the 'ewa of Grand
Jaactkm. Uflb-r witi a apt a-atd BOTRL. aad Ibe
beat located far beapiesa ta tbe oataatiy. wta p asht at
pabHc aacMea, a tbe
28th day of October next.
Prlrate sale 1S be made by tb aadf rizaed aat tba
ear et eale.
Txbsis Oae-tbird caab, balaae la on- aad two y-ars.
wltb retrreat. JtwiaH ntrliiartw
McK.lnney Si Co.'s
tlILLop oa th. FIRST Or O TO a KB. w.tb afcoet
!00 000 w rtb af aew aa f aiM-oab e tfar Hat.
Carpet, CaruiaG-oda. ae Tblr at c ba brra ae.
teraed wHb xrt car expreealyrer ib Mtiashl. mar
ket Tbey daobt Bot bat tb-y ca-a pae a I praie.
boU ta atyte. quality aad price. aepn-ira
w- T TATLna. w c. CAT AOB.
DHS. TAYLOR CAVES'. GIT,
OFFICE, oa Mala atreet, betwrea Mdt a street aad
Court Sqaare, orer BVaa. a'a Maaec ar.
BTTlrtaeef aD-edf Tra -t, exm t ed to at byL. J.
Daprar.ontbe Sta aay of leensb-r, ysa. I wfM
orvveed to awtt far Cain, t tbeblxkeat a'de-. In Tenter.
Ea Hvae' offloe. at 10 'clark en the Sib of N rem
br. 187, tb H iwi ,h or G oar-d in Fort Parker
I t : L ta 17 aai IS t" BVark S'o S iota aad 91
ti Seaaie Ne. S. Int. S'a 3 ard 4 -a 5a air- f aad bat
ad in Sour Vo 7. Tb. ab. pop ty waa Sd by L.
i Dop-v t KlebaHa a Sa Cark. .ab'eet t, aard deed
at tra-t. Tbe lids la sappoard to be get. bat t ef a
raat e -ly W. A. GOODWlX.
BT Ttnaeef a D I r Trat, er :itt-t to a by is.
BarbVef, "p'-mb -r S b. l-v"4 . writ proceed 'o aew
u tbe blzb'St bVd ' tat at or Eaa Hnrm'a ae. at
lOa'rieck. 00 tbattbe Not mb r. 1F1T a ceraala lot
f Oroood. with ib Impror-m ita trr on, b tec ta tba
oartof tbe city of Me pb . kwwa aa 3 atb Merapbt.
Ieecrib1aa follow.: BvXtaataa: at tbe t-taracl a et
U ' atrtck and Taao atr t, tbrao at wtta tb
eelb -Id ef Tace atre-t 0 t te a auk', thence
.a b"3f-.t tbraeeeaM para 1-1 wb V.ace. taf.et la
t. Patntk aire t ibrae Bob 75 fre- -o tbe o-ateniBi.
-e title 1 beHered ta br good, bat I wtB .Ml .at, aa
r-B'tee Tim caab. W. A. GOnDWUT.
BTTtrtaeofaDed f Treat, ex rated o m as Prea
tdrato' tbeMewptl B 1" lax Bd L aa A a- cti
- a. 01 tb. t.t d.y o. Aont ISIS. b. J M. Fktebar I
wti proceed to -H lor ra , t b ktrVit M r, 'la
r at of Sea H ra' ante, oa U Sin 1 f Xraember at
IOu'cKx. tb ltViwic pwty .is: AktofGreaad
-CTiba as eHrws rWtenl c t tb- aa-tb -.it ot it
t Bstl and Sbeiby -t ee , Ibenr axrih wttb tbe east
Id- ef 8b- by ret 8 e-i ta-Bee east t r abt aa xlea
w-tb kb-hiy t-W ISO r at, tbeac -iab te BaUera-r t,
bene we twanfir tstb- ptae-af rwstaBtnx. Tbe tttte
aeppowd to be rood bat I B ee'r . Tr t,e
3 C OR1SF x, PretM'eBt.
0-aiO lw M "tH BilMlnr a d I oar. Aswwlarrea.
BTTlrtaeef D-def Traal. rx OHy to m- ea tb
lat day cf Marcb, lS, br X. 3. B okee I watt oro
. 1 to ei e tb bLbeat Mdder. I fr-nt f Eaq.
Bora atBc., an tbe tb or , B r wvt t H)
'dock, a nrtala let of Groaant, with tbe tstpn m ita
be n, deKrtbew aa fel ti, la tbe elty f Mi-attain.
knawaaalot7. B"ock tblrty-r-iar. iSI) a Soaih M.m
ibla. oa tbe aealb side of Ta bit UmL frt-nllef aa ad
atreet ITS feet, biended on tb- w.i by St Patrick tuet,
aai rr.a tax a tbe same as r-et, and oa tbe eat by St.
Martin -treat, froatlnx o-i ibe awe feet "b- tttre
b beHered to be perfect, bot I wtrr an oalT aa Traatee.
3 C GBIFFIJT. FmWeat,
"lll-t V rl Bnl'-'tera -t Ia A-ararar.
$30 KEU AnD.
OTOLEK from be'sab-crtb , lb 531 r-tt ,
. J aredorltxbt bay MAKE MD' B. med 1
'se. ta rood ordr. Hrelr a-J aslekt ba.a
JJ-a-d either aa tb let or rltbt tblcb, aew'y
a on an timw, aaa sik year oa. 1 wn pay S3S of
'be arboT reward far tbe appreteaitrn of tb. iMar. aad
A for tbe ma e j. R HODGas,
ertlS t'a.lw y- li F-rie f R. vr mHi a T-aa
Mantles k Mantillas.
WK bare H a ao at ck f tboae B. CR Silt; T
VET CLmm. trim card with Hairy Fitax or
Bleb Lace. AHe a ankodtl artlde of
OPERA I) BESS CIiOAKH,
of dllVr at colors, made aa 1 trtssr d ta tbe lat aai ayt.
Kl'o Cb utte and rre-y other tyle ef Sbawt , Fra eh
Oeaka, Ac na aak aa aiaoiinalloa of Ib'lH be
far parcbaatax etaea be .
A. T. WEIalaS & BBO.
Premium Cotton Gins.
TTa ar. rf. e-rlnr . n.w sap.ry of tkee eettbratrd
t a wa. aui- sav bow xa aae la taa TjnKed blaU
arranira ai pieaaa -r ao aa'a.
e-iewl I. F 'W' K . MOGST . cry
Onfl BGXs Starch ta atof.w.Ka . w.ii B
& U J cbeap for tsotea oa IS- X..rth?n B ik .f Mtt
FOWLAB3, MOUNT X CO.
TWO years aro, tbe paper ef eor 1ty adrrmaed ma
aa did " knd oy - TeB iw J xa " a-vl r atly
yf'iead,Dr 3. Pi-ana fo'srtt ar itl'rU f totiKai'Ma
awrftaia, -ptlcbed lato" me -ntoslTtiy - aad Sa
naa a -BotenwtyBol oftna obUlaed by d-jd m j j
b-xlTe. tber-tor, t- prnt.-t nln t tb-e rtW-tt-a,
aad to aay to th pobttc tbat r am f deal, bat - aM
aad klcklnz and w.B b- barpr te ae. Ibe a bo he
ir tbey wBI art tbe -wortbef tbelr am-" b caH
tifoamo. Myt-t- I ever thdrox starrer rLed a X
Co, m tbe P-t Office bock. 3. C. S3YDSC
TBE ecp artoershipn-rrt f -rrr xl.tlaxaadsrtba Bam
aadatjlo Smith. Mxacsiw X Co. waa dia.
sule d oa tbe 23ad alt., by at. taat maarat. 3 D. Smtth
t. cKarred with eettlt" thebaaaessaf lb-01 no-ra. aad
la Iruxaalbofiied lo an tba aa of th a m ba tarKs
taenU J D. SMirvT,
3. D SMITH,
Admrnlar-ator of 3. B. Ma. bam. dcM.
cx-c-wflOt j- WHITBFieLD.
Fine Pocket Knives.
GEO. PATTISOtf & CO.
Fine PoclLct Cutlery,
Mada by ta bra maaafactartra
ONE. TWO, THREE. FODRai-d SIX Blades;
BUCK HORN, PEARL. IVORY,
EBONY aid SHELL, H-.nH.es;
COCOA arirf BON E ERAERS;
NAII. KNIVES, &c, &.c
Can asd take a trek
Gen. Pattisort & Co.'s,
OCttl 243 ValB.trart. 1. rMadttoa.
ASTSADTtad experiesced atia re ran a Otrralar
Saw Mill oa tbe M!at9pt rtrar Co d wax
will be ttrea for a oaa wB reran 1 lord and beru,b!y
eeopeteat. Jfycj at uu oaca iur iaionsaiiao.
fJIHyia OF-MAC1J0K-8T. AND BANC AVXNT3.
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