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1X3 CT TBI TIME PAID rOB, WBLEt XXSEWID
jHTJESDAY MOSSISG. K07EMB2S" 19, 1857.
ItxcY. hare beo seen by osr readers that the
( ;V jtioB ef KaosaE, or at least so ranch as
rt'-sto the wsajeot'ef slavery, is to be suhmit-
the jwople of the Territory for their rat-
AL.ar. or nftdHoa. This is carrying out the
-tat prindpte of the Kansas-Nebrast bill,
t-1 'ie iefe of a Territory have tb exclu
Bire right to fores sad regulate their domestic
Izs' 'y.ois, when tt becomes theirduty to frame
aC zsVutioa. If the people are infarorof
AT -an slavery wfeo shall gainsay their right
. a -" i( ? " ter re PP0St ' " caa '
lsr:red ontfcess.? We are glad to see this
.-e. Ul pnaeipJeof Republican Govern-ill-
U -i reeofBtied and carried oat by the
-ra-s-ivf ry Oaventtoo of Kansas. The South
,Las liui.ug whatever to gain but every thing
o '.:s; 4tvtBg a doctrine so just, conserra
.7t t-1 cosstfoal. The South fairly re
c 2:i its jestke in the Kansas bil!,&d f al
ly .dicated it against all the assaults of the
At:. '-iot.isU of the North. Lit ns now adhere
to -i .3 good faith, though it may even jeopard
1 2 existence of slavery in Kansas. "We should
r-:.ce o see African slavery introduced into
Ka-sas because we believe it would conduce
to e permanent prosperity and happiness of
Ler pe.ple. Bat let us sever compass such an
e- by denyiftg the great principle of popular
aJSie sovereigaty upon which our own ia-
THE KA5SAS C0S5TItUTI05.
Tit St Leaks Democrat, of Monday, coo
ta.s a report of the schedule of the Coastitti-'-
i ' r Kaasas, as adopW an Si tarda j,
?:vtzber S'M. The foVeawiag are the heads
Section 1. AH rights, judgments, claims,
r y. -arts. repaired or exisiiag aaaer tne
t rTtal law, ehll remain under the State
o zmraent, except the act af Leslatare in-c-Ti
ioc baai, whkh act is declared Bali.
be: -'. 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7, ceataia saerety for
ca . -okisioas.
Se". k This Coastitatiea to he eaaeitted
l ' iess at its axt secstaa ; whea appror
r , V President of the Coaventioe shall cob
xz.s State Legislature within thirty days,
cr - - g electioaa where there are racaacies.
r:re Uiis Ceostitatiaa is sent to Caagrees.
tl; p-esldeat of this Convention shall order an
.e: n to be held on the 21st of Decetaber
rx a the preseat polliog places, aver which
is aha 1 appoint three Judges to preside: "At
wl. a lectioa the Casetrtotieo framed by this
C: .et ion shait be sabsiitted to ali the male
; r s of tfee territory of Kansas, over the
a- i Hveaty-eae years tor ratifiratioo or re
, - - :n. in the foUewiag manner and form:
c'atj; BhaH be by ballet. The judges of
pi J ecUoo abalt cause to be kept two pol
bo-ks bv rlerks ay them apeointed ; the ballots
cas at said ejection shall be endorsed : Coa
e - -n with Savery, or Coostitatien without
T e said President and two members af the
c::. i tun shall ceaat the votesaad ''if it shall
a-:ar upon said exasuaatieB that a aajorHy
cf fl.? votes cast at said election be ii faver af
- Cnsti.atioa with slavery," he shall ira
- I ati y have transmitted the Cangtitutioa so
-a to the Caagress of the United States
f -T c mission into the Union as a sovereign
. e , v der said Caattitattea. Bat if, upon
e exh zaaaUaa of said poll books, it shall
a- ear 'hat a ajortty of the votes cast at Mid
- " :. b' in faoc.ef the "Caastitabos wtth
c t ' ry," then the article providing for
. v shall be strict e from this Constitution
7 Presideat of this ceaveotioa,
a - slavery -shaH so longer exist in Kansas,,
cx2e,'t that tte right of praaorty ia stares'
K.a Tamterv shaH in bo saaaaer be i -
zr . with ")
Sr 3. Every male inhabitant who is a
" -i of the Uaited States, at the tiase of the
1 s i- ction, and is above the age of twenty
, a-s. ehall be doaand an elector at the first
la beholden ia this State; and any
' qual'sad h aforesaid shall he entitled
red to any ofike or pfaee."
10. The said President frhall order an
of Governor aad other State officers
i-it the returns thereof. The elettraa to
ace on the ret .Monday aad Tuesday of
i -a t next, 4' which election shall be coa
e . i:: the aaaer prescribed by the sow
g taw m tne territory or Kjesas."
11. Fixes salaries of State officers.
;2 and 13. Merely formal provisions.
11. After the vearlS61 two-thirds of each
H .sf .t the Legislature may recomatead tne
e s to vote upon the propriety of amending
s Cstitatioa. If anew Constitution shall
'ran. d. "a atteratioa shall be made to
afT: " e right of property in the ownership of
The Fkxsch Minister. The Washington
c r-es;)oncent of the New Tork Timit gays
tia. Mr. Maws has farwardad to the State
D'partment his rest raation of the French Mis
8.cs, o take eSeet is Janaaiy.
Vest Tbwe. The New York Mirror says
- 'jin alarmiae: spectable to see a sturdy
w with a segar ia bis moatb, which cost
s -li as a loaf of bread, foUewiag a band
o lsic and carryiag a banner with the is.
8 I. iO'.i, Sread or vork."
In noticiag the ceidusios of the Chess
C ress yesterday maraing, we were in error
a'.irig Mr. Moktht ia Iowa aad Mr.
"i zusfx in New Orleans. The statement
have been swot aerio. Mr. Murphy is
a r. of Nw Or leans and Mr. Faduek of
(Tfae receipts into the Untied States
t-e:sry from customs, sales of pabKc loads,
-1 ttUer Morcas, dating ihe aaarter eadiag
! ember 34, amevated; to $90i9,I7 SI.
D i -t ue same perladthf expeadi' ares of the
C- r meot aaoMtl5rtfTn S.? 37. The
ex e s s of the War eaa Navy Departaents
Ikcrea:bi ?iv. We learn from the Mil-a-
,tiif torrejpdeatof the Oa4aeaog Time
a bul ha sWoa iatradaced iato the Georgia
L"-;la''ire to iaoaase the salaries of some of
' - - re lacaaftSMR offieers af the State that
' 1 ' G jveraar U $5,000, af t-ie Judgts of the
S - Me Court W $400, of the Superior Court
t3 f- ' . aad ataSoHcKors to $SUu.
:iI i, Kiu is Time. The last Chattanooga
Aivtrxxtir says: " We aaderstaaa that on yes
ter.ar, the llofa test., fear hundred bogs were
it 1 ej at ;he elaaghterisg hjuse of Cha.xoi.eji
&. Mc Camev. As yet, we baae not been in
f5rdasta -what wiM be the probable price
cf h gs this season. JaaVgtag from prices ia
hr 'ti ky and Ohio, however, we incline to the
c ioa that bogt will sat cataataad mare than
thrt and a half ta far cea's gross."
Heesanm Cisco it ftouBT. We learn from
a Mi -stssippi friend, that this Coart commen
c s on Moods v. the 7th Deeeaseer. Those of
c.tzns who have saits ta briar ia
l wiil bear this in minx.
:er the rrvioed Cade just gotie into opera
nt Mississippi, impartaht changes have
n?d ir. the eottection laws. The " Bond-
"-x a " i ealirely daae awy with, aad
tw,' months is the taw's longest deMy " in
. ; t". Beaides theasaal heosehold ptao
. rr Tri'T.eioBS, stock, etc., a man's homestead,
tc - h S! 500 aad one negro, is now exempt
f t executioa. New features, too, are intro
ed luto thejaw of Bvidence. No soft of in-"s-
id a raaae now disqualifies a man from
; . r.. PUSe, defendaitts, and aM oth
ers a' be eaNed te the wvtness stand, end in
' x - at esses, man and wife can be witnesses
- againat each other. The Corfe is re
i mill aaUorsal aatiafaction. .Batteti ef
Sap Sroar. Fhe CmciiMnri GtztHt re
1 -s .ue following iacideat, which occarrsd at
X - .3. ou the 4 instant :
- Among the passengers in the train from
l r v r i a i u was ajvwik txmm k1- . 3 ,
a J a lady some faw years his aeaiac The
f.t ;!eman was plainly el&d, bat the girl was
it' n the extreme height of fashion, aad
rouzzi beyond even brazen wantonness. It
-.sas f requently obeted by the passengers that
t ( 1'iiig man appeared to be earnestly re-no-
-rat. rig with the eirl, and seemed to be
rieep'v fleeted. At Xenia, both left the cars,
a i-.r.zs ap,reat that the course of each
:3y i ff-Tent dtfectfons the man to this
c -y atd the girl to the West. As the cars
we-e a-.out -t-tartiog, the young man kitsed her
a has y good-bye, and both burst into tears. 1
Tne c-'udjctor, Beelng that there was some
ceep grief at heart, invited the gentleman to a
B-a- :ii be baggage or, as more secluded from
tb gaze of the arewd. 'Anywhere,' said he,
'o-.'y r ,mt u-Hfa me. I mutt speak to some
oaei or my heart will break.'
" A".-r becoming a little calmed, he said:
Thar i he lady and myself were raised to
g xKer -with moss for carpets, acorns for cups
ana s . ucers, and pebbles for walks, we played
in rbitdbood. She was a few years older than
, myslf . but we were Inseparable. Shegrewup
' to womanhood, was married, then separated
. from her husband and sought the city, and be
came a vvantoo a heartiest, disgraced courte-id-.
Steeped in sin as she is, shameless as
one may be, I coals' not but kiss her good-bye,
f or ehe is wj tititr ! She has already hurried a
I V'Qg mother to the grave, and brought dis-f-ir
upon her brathersaad sisters. B-jt while
tUt acknowledges it all, and sheds tears of ap
parent contrition ami regret, no remonstrances
ran 'hange her coarse. Sbebasjust been home
to make us a visit, but she left again for her
reide'.ce in the city, to drown in the wan'os'g
fe the remembrance of what she was and
whs she might have bten. Do you blame me,
tbe-i.' turning to the sympathizing conductor,
for weeping as I do over one so loved and
MBitE asp Ohio RartaoAO. The Mobile
k.M un the earstogs ef the Mobile and
, a-lroai for the awrtb of October, 1857,
e a follow: from traaepertation of freight,
kx Ho ; fniafsafoHn of passengers,
tU Z-9 J total, $W:113 40. During the
' - h October, "e recWpU from
S' .'12 5J. iwtctnc fte Intel 5731 at,
w--i a Si,0bl8 less than ihe receipts of
tit same month cf tie present year.
Cliaxge cf Fnbllc CptniciLnt the Berth Kr.
F on theCUielDcrtl Esqidrer'.
TheiPresiieDUal election of lS56was decided
in favor of Air. Buchanan by a very small ma
jority. Tne Kaneas excitement, adroitly seized
BWa or Dy tne Eccuonzi jirpuoiican isriy,
swept nearly the entire North with the fury of
an irresistible tornado. Only five of the six
teen free States stood up against it ; and in but
two of them Pennsylvania and Indians did
the Demoeracv have a majority over all ht
opposition. Even in Pennsylvania the result
was generally attributed more to the great
personal popularity of Mr. Buchanan Jhan to
the popular issues presented. On the popular
vote of the North Mr. Buchanan was behind
Fremont over one hundred and sixty thousand,
and behind the combined opposition nearly
half a million. Ia all of the sixteen free
States there was but one Democratic Gover
nor Wiilard, of Indiana. Nearly all the Leg
islatures were against us, threatening the loss
of that most Important body, the United States
At the close of 1S5C the Black Republican
strength in the North was really terrific, and
boded great evil to the future peace and har
mony of the country, unless it could be broken
down and destroyed. But to accomplish it by
the lately defeated Democratic legions seemed
a task.almost as impossible a would be the
scaling end storming of the impregnable fort
ress of Gibraltar. From Its strong Northern
ramparts Black Republicanism looked down
defiantly upon the Democracy of the Union,
and threatening, in 1S60, a land-slide from that
quarter that would crush and bury the Demc
oracy, if not the Union, beneath its tremendous
mass. It was under these circumstances Mr.
Buchanan assumed the presidential office. It
was the hope and prayer of all good men, both
North and South, that before bis term expired
he would, while adhering strictly to the com
promises of the Constitution, oe able to restore
the Democratic ascendency in tne orin, and
once mere brtcg tne great sections or our coun
try into harmonious and friendly onion
anon noHtical measnres. and to destroy that
bydra-beaied dragon which had so nearly de
Far sooner than the most sanguine antidpa
ted has Mr Buchanan accomplished a gieat
part of these results. By his wise and dis
creet policy in relation to the Territory of
Kansas his resolute determination that the
doctrine of the Nebraska Bill should be faith
fully carried out, aad that the majority of its
people, without foreign interference, should
declare the character of their own institutions
he has disarmed the sectionalism of the
North of Ha Bower, and placed national prin
ciples and national men once more in the as
cendency. Despite the frenzied attacks which
have been mace upon him by the opposition
press, it may fairly be doubted whether any
farmer Administration, in so short a time, ever
made such progress in gaining the confidence
of the country. Let us take a retrospect of
the elections, as the best index of popular
opinion. In tne NMttn tne Democracy are
even more resistless man tney were in lsao
Everv State, save Maryland, la Democratic
aad even she gives a majority outside of mob
ridden and blood-stained Baltimore. In the
North the Black Republican strongholds have
nearly aH been stormed acd taken, and a large
msterKV roues hp en uic ouier bjuc. one ic
the table of 1S57 compared with 1656
Krw Tort lZGO
taf iTaau atjsao
Ittiaei ................. 0;OdQ
MtMMMU (irilti) ljKO
wbomta (t.) i.esa
lM.oeo 71.S90 lti.ooo ss'ao
In the States marked with as asterisk there
has been no general eiecttoc held this year, and
we have, therefore, put down the same majori
ties ia 1S67 that they gave ia 1S66. The De
mocracy are immensely the losers bv this, as
they, too, would have shown great Democratic
gains if elections had been held. Bat, even in
this calculation, the Democracy have near 70,-
000 Majority over tne .Black republicans m tne
North in 1S57, whereas ia 1856 the Black Re
paUkans had 160,000 majority over the Demo
crats ; gain in two years, 230,000 votes ! Had
there been a heavy vote, our majority would
have been larger, as a large majority of the
absentees from the pells were disattected men,
who would have voted the Democratic ticket
Hie great fact is now apparent that the Da
mocracy are once more in the ascendency in
the free States. The Northern States the De
mocracy have carried this year are entitled te
one hundred aad five electoral votes, white
those of the Black Republican's only give seventy-nine.
The Black Republican States.
Ohio, Coaaecticat, New Hampshire and Iowa,
have given snrh.trifling majorities as to afford
the most conclusive evidence that, in another
year, they too will be Democratic. The indi
cations are that, in a short time, the Black Re
publican ascendency will be coofiiied, as of old,
to two or three ef the New EBgland States.
We have nor five Democratic Governors in the
free States, while, in several other cases, the
people are only waiting for an opportunity to
elect Democrats as their Chief Executive offi
cers. We may consider the North as com
bletely revolutionized, and as standing staunch,
ly in support of Mr. Buchanan's Administra
tion, so far as its policy has been developed.
Storming and Captors cf DelhL
The Bombay Timet has the followlsc ac
count ef the attack on Delhi:
Several batteries, armed with heavy guns,
were established in commanding positions
within a short distance from the city walls, so
that the bastions could be destroyed by our
fire. This was successfully accomplished, but
with the k)!sof two officers, Lieut. Hiidebrand,
of the artillery, and Lieut, Bannerraan, of the
Beloech battalion, who were killed. Having
tnus established catteries in advanced post'
tions, the bombardment of ths eity commenced,
aad toe uaefimere and Atoree oast loos Bettered
severely from our shot and shell. The enemy
replied smartly with grape and musketry, but
ear loss was inconsiderable, and our fire was
kept ap with undiminished vigor. On the 10:h
and 11th of September one or two serties were
made bv the enemy, but without any result, not
withstanding the proximity of our batteries to
tnewal.s. lor two days lonzer our artillery
continued to play on the city, until, on the 12th,
the Cashmere bastion and half the adjacent
curtain were in ruins, reparations were now
made lor toe assault, ana uaa. wiuon, in in
order issued a few days previous, laid down the
bae of conduct to be pursued by toe troops.
No oaerter was to be given to the mutineers.
Oa tfie 14th cf September the assault was made
on the city, which was entered by a division of
our troops, woo succeeded in eflecting a lodg
ment and driving the ene cy before them.
The following telegraphic message gives
particulars of the successful assault on Delhi :
The assault took place yesterday morning
soon arter daybreak, and the storming was en
tireiy successful. We were sooa in possession
ef (he end of the fort, with the Cashmere, Ca
bul and More: gates, which we now hold, with
the church, college ami other large buildings
near this one, in which the headquarters are.
Preparations are making for heavy batteries
to knock the mutineers out of those parts of
the city in which they sow are. Many of the
etty people have come In for and received
quarter ; Sepoys wanted to come, but not per
mitted. The following extra of the Delhi Gazttlt
gives further details of the storming operations
on the 14th:
Delhi was stormed this morning, and the
British forces are in possession of the fine of
defenses from the water bastion to the Cabal
gate, including the Cashmere gate and bastioa,
and the Moree gate and bastion, the English
church, Skinner's house, the college and the
eroands about. Preparations are being- made
to tarn the guns from the captured bastions oo
the city, and ta bring up other guns and mor
tars to commanding points.
the enemy for the present retain the Lahore
and other bastions, the palace, Selimghur and
the chief part of the city ; but our hold of the
portion that has been secured appears firm, and
the fall of the remainder is to be expected.
September 15, 9 x. at. We continue to bold
the city from the college to the Cabut gate,
and the enemy holds the magazine, which we
are new eliciting. The palace is also being
shelled. Many of the mutineers bad fled yes
8 r. x. All well. We have made a breach
in tbe magazine and storm it at dawn. The e
eau ' amtkeTr fire is maeh rednced.
Seftekbeh 16, 7 A. at. The following mes
sage has just been received from Delhi : " The
mngaziBO was stormed at daylight by the 61st
Foot, fietoocb battalion, and part of Wilde's
regiment. We had only a few wounded, and
the enemy about forty killed. Oae hundred
aad twenty-five guns were taken in the maga
zjoe.'' Septembeb 1". " The latest message from
Delhi is up to 2 r. m. yesterday. Our mertais
continue to play upon tbe palace from tbe mag
azine inclosare. The enemy entirely abandon
ed the Kirheagunge battery, and we have found
in it, in position, fire eighteen pounder mortars,
making the total number of pieces of ordnance
taken in and before Delhi upwards of two hun
"Tfce battery across the river opposite Kinr-
hur Is also reported to have been abandoned
by the mutineers, who are In detached groups j
fighting from tbe tops of bouses ; their organ!-
zatien into regiments is fast being broken up."
T3E FALL OP IiKLBt ASPZCT 07 AFFAIRS IK
Frem tbe Loniou Tin tt j
The great news from India hardly seems to
admit nf analysis or discussion. Delhi, tbe
famous city and areenal on which all thoughts
bave been fixed for months, has fallen, and the
rebellion of tbe Sepoys has received its death
blow. In presence of this great event every
thing else appears small and trifling. Altboagb
the intell gence by the present mail ia fuller
than usual, it seems dwarfed by the interest
which attaches to this military exploit Delhi
was assaulted on the morning of the 14th of
September. The attack was made in four col--omns,
of which one, composed of tbe Cash
mere Contingent, sent to our assistance by the
late Gholab Singh, was repulsed The others,
however, were successful. An entrance was
effected at tbe Cashmere gate, to the north of
the city. An advance was made along the
ramparts to the Cabui gate, on tbe northwest
Here we learn tbat the resistance of the muti
neers was obstinate end our own loss severe,
it was not until the 16th that the magazine was
stormed. Oa the 20tb our troops took entire
possession cf the city. Our loss was aix hun
dred men, including fifty effieers. Of tbe lat
ter tbe names of six are given as having been
killed in the assault, and four in the operations
preceding it Tbe slaughter among the muti
neers was no doubt very greet A large num
ber escaped over the -bridge, and aaoEg lb em
the. King of Delhi acd bis two sonsrdisgniaed.i
to women's domes, it is to be boped J.cat
by the zfcxt mall we shall 'hear tbaftbsse
three miserable chiefs ef tbe rebellion bave
been taken and executed.
The toss totrar troaps has been indeed se
vere, bat not more so than might be expected
from the magnitude of the place, ihe despera
tion or tne resistance, and tueiengtnoi time
over which the fighting extended. The casual
ties amoos the officers have been particularly
heavy. We will not attempt to condole with
those who are bereaved on this sad occasion.
Suffice it to say that Ihtlr sons, or brothers, or
hiifthltndfl har fallen In aeromnliihinf 006 of
the most brilliant exploits of our history, and.i
In saving l&eir country from oy tsr me Rrcic,v
calamity which has threatened it within our
time. The effects of the capture of llelhl will
be, no doubt, immediate and complete. Tbe
neck of the rebellion is indeed broken. The
capital towards which the mutineers flocked
from every quarter, the rendezvous to which
they were evidently directed to repair, the chief
city of the Mohamedan dynasty, and the resi
dence of the mock king who hsd ruled in trem
bling state during the past four months, ia now
ia the power of the foreign race whose expul
sion was the end and aim of this dark plot, tbe
roots of which have struck so deep, and Ihe
seed of which has been so long sown. Ta the
utmost extremities of India will the news be
borne, how, after standing their grouBd for
months against an overwhelming array of na
tive forces, the dauntless islanders assaulted a
eity containing two or three times their number
of enemies, and carried it after a stout resis
tance, destroying or driving out tbe army wbkh
held it, and sending the king to wander a fugi
tive until the certain hour of retribution comes.
The other news is of a checkered nature.
First in interest is the fate cf Lucknow. With
regard to this place and its brave garrison we
are happy to say that the intelligence is most
General Havelock crossed the Ganges on the
19th of September, expecting to ee joined al
most immediately by General Outram'a forces
Letters bad been received frem Lucknow re
porting that the garrison was in excellent siiir
its, an had repulsed an attack on tbe 5th of
September with great loss to the assailants.
They had provisions sufficient to last them to
October 1st, by which day they were pretty
sure to be relieved by Generals Haveleck and
O strain. The probable safety of this garri
son, and the women and children it defends,
will be received witn at moen pleasure as uie
mere imnnrtant news of the fall of Delhi, and
the continued quiet of the Bombay and Madras
Presidencies since tne tiorrors 01 i.anpvic
the attention of every one has been concentra
ted on Lucknow, and if any evrl were to befall
its defenders, all tbe successes of Our arms la
ether places -would hardly seem ta wake
The fall ef Delhi a'd the loss of the 'great
arsenal there established has so completely
crashed the chances of ths mutineers that we
may hear almost with indMerence of the spo
radic oulOfeB niiicu aie leprnm imm ""-J
tempts at revolt at Kurrachee, ontheseacoast,
at Hyderabad, in the centre, and at Shikar-
nare. oa the North, towarde tbe Punjab. At
the two latter places tbe mutineers were artil
lerymea,wbo seem especially predisposed to
revolt whether it be that tbey think that with
out artillery we shall be powerless, or that
toey are solicited oeyona an otuers Dy uie
eaemv, who know the value of the arm. How
ever, in each ease the disturbance was prompt
ly suppressed, and as Scinde is an isolated re
gion, and a wing of the 4th King's Own, ar
rived from Mauritius, had been dispatched to
Kurrachee, we may hope there Is an end of ap
prehension in that quarter. However, there
can he no doubt that the whole of Central In
dia for more than a thousand miles in fact,
from Joudpore oo tbe west to Assam on the
east, was at the time of the fall of Delhi in a
very disturbed state.
Raioootana. which contalrs Ihe most war
like race in India, with perhaps the exception
of the Sikhs, was full of rebels. The Joud
pore Legion, that model force, according to
Colonel Sykes, had defeated the Rajah's regu
lar troops, giving anotber instance or a loree
raised and paid by ourselves turning against
as, while the private troops of the native
princes are staunen to oor cause, utoim
Lawrence bad, however, attacked and defeated
them, and was waiting at Beanw for the 89th
regiment and other Europeans, which had been
dispatched by the Bombay government to ena
ble General Roberts to relieve him. Proceed-
iag eastward, we have Malwa in a very dis
turbed state, and Scindia vainly endeavoring to
retain the Gwalior Contingent. As yet his
chief occupation has been to watch oar troops
tbe Contingent, with bis own ; but in spite of
all his etlorts iney nave set oil wihj uie muti
neers from Mbow and Indore, were on Uie
Cfaumbul by the 00i, and at the last accounts
Tr.r. 9f nholruir. about fiftr miles f roHi Agra.
The telegraph from Calcutta states that they
were expected to be at Agra by the 18th, bat
as when this was written tbe aasnult and cap
ture of Delhi was not known, we may well be-
lieve that the Gwalior rebels will think better
of tbe matter, and that tbe fall of the capi'al
and the fl.gbtof the king will teach them a lit
There is, in fact, no intelligence -which would
warrant the supposition that Agra has been
really enda' gered. The last news speaks only
of the death of Mr. Colvio, the Lieutenant-
Governor ef the Northwest Provinces, wnicn
took place on the 9th ef September. Still pro
ceeding eastward, we have the telegraphic
communication with Benares cut off, as is sup
posed, by the mutineers of Ramghur, in Behar.
The Dioapore mutineers bad gone up the coun
try to Aagode, wnere tney uau pertmauea me
50th Native Infantry to mutiny. Oae of the
dispatches speaks of Saugor and Jubbulpore,
in B-tndeleund. as being threatened by this
gang, under the leadership of Koor Singh.
The most eastern point of the disturbance co
incides witn tne extreme limit or tne empire
Assam was threatened wrtti an outbreak ; -oi.
Hannay had entrenched himself, and the Rajah
bad been apprehended.
TBis was tne state or imnza wuenuie troops
of General Wilson and General Nicholson as
saulted Delhi. What the effect of tuls great
event bas been on tbe mntineers throughout the
country we shall oi.ly learn by suceeeeding
mails, we mav wen expect tuai win De uie
signal for their dispersion, and that whn they
find that the capital of Mohammedan India is
in our bands tne mutinous corps win ran 10
pieces, or tern to ravaging and pillaging tbe
country in desultory bands. With Delhi and
Lucknow recovered, with the Punjab safe, and
with troops arriving daily, we sball soon be
able to dispose of any bands which may infest
Central India. But it cannot be de'nied that i
tbe fall of Delhi has not been an hour too !
early. The prolonged resistance of the rebels j
was, no doubt, beginning to give new courage
to the restless spirits all through tbe country.
The disaffection of the Bombay regiments in
Scinde, the proposed march of the Gwaliar
Contingent on Agra, and of ihe Dioapore
rebels on Jubbalpore, shew how daring tbe
enemy bad become. What else, indeed, could
be expected? Here were nearly 100.030 men
in arms against us, or on the paint of yielding
to the temptatioj, and in the whole coon try,
frea the mouths of the Indus to tbe head
waters of the Borbampooter, were only a few
weak detatrhments of European troops. Ex
cept before Delhi, there was not a column con
taining 2 000 effective men. It is, indeed,
wonderful that our people have stood with
firmness everywhere, and the sight has, no
doubt, had Its effect. Their heroism, has not
been lost, but it is evident -th at we could no
loBger bare trusted to it for kee sin ' the enemy
in awe. Happily, from tbe 20th of September
a new state of things commenced.
All that bas as yet been done has been
without the aid of a single man direct from
Eastland. The Chinese force bas been di
verted, the Mauritius and the Cape have sent
regiments, and that is aK. However, at ths
time that the present mail was dispatched, the
long expected succors from home wure be
ginning to arrive. The BtlUule was at
Calcutta with the 93d Highlanders, whrh left
England on the 17th of June. The TVlei,
which sailed on the 31st of July -with part of
ths 35th regiment, originally sent out to re-pla-ea
regiment dispatched from Ceylon, had
arrived at Gaile, and wfll, no doubt, be sent
oa to Calcutta. Bv the next mail we may ex
pect to bear that several thousand English sol
die s are in the country, and tliem-etorward
evervtbinz becomes easv. The mutineers have
now 1.0 stronghold ; they are in the open field,
and must meet oar troops in fair fight. The
result cannot be doubtful. All that we have to
fear new is that these desperate men will form
themselves into bancs of robbers and plunder
tbe country, eluding a contest with us wherever
they can. Indeed, we must look to see rob
bery, murder and incendiarism prevalent for
many months to come. This is tbe tnoiit seri
ous evil that still remains to be met. It mast
be met with swiftness and severity.
LATEST EUE0FZAJT SEWS.
The jfraiia'i advices were publishes in Lou
don on Monday, tbe 2d'n ult., and toe money
article ef the London Timet, dated that even
lag, says: '-The entire suspension of specie
payments by the New York and Boston banks
Is the most satisfactory announcement that
could have been looked for."
Tbe papers generally regard the matter in
maeh the same l!ght
On the Stock Exchange the news wasat first
retarded as unfavorable, and consols opened at
r. . 1 . L. 1. .. L .1. !
a decline or one-eiguiu, oui uiis eoon more
than recovered, and on tbe capture of Delhi
becomirg known the-market became very firm,
acd tbe closing price was c.
The demand for discount at the Bank was er-
cessive. under the apprehension of a further
ri in the rate, but ene took place.
The suspension of Wand H. Bran, of London,
eara-ed in large American transactions, was
announced. Liabilities sUted at JCHOXO.
On Tuesday the suspension or me iiorougu
t t i ,.1 tnstlr itmf ntvintv in th r-
. . fia of EngUnd to make certain
. The, ciai8SB 0f depositors are stated
. n..ri . ml lion and a naif sterling, out tne
capital of Ibe bank would ultimttety meet all
demands. The event created considerable em
barrassment in Liverpool, and later in the week
several firms suspended in consequence.
Oa the Stock Exchange the funds declined J
tier -ent nmlerlhiB bank failure.
On Wednesday the advices by tbe Ctfy of
irVuJU'ngfon were published and served to
strengthen the favorable impression made by
the Arabia? news. Tbe funds fluctuated some
what during tbe day, aad money was" in very
The bouse of Thornton, Hlggins, Ward &.
Co., of Haddertfield and aiancnester, jaiiea,
with liabilities lor Hair a muuon u
the American trade. Several other American
nntlafl TCrt hard nressed. but it was expected
they would get through. Charles Smith tz Co.,
of Manchester, In the muslin trade, were
brought down in connection with tbe difficulties
The East India Company .were borrowers of
$750,000, to provide for silver remittances a"bout
to be made by tbem to uaicuita.
Oa Thursday the atock market was buoyant
and an advance in the funds was well main
tained. Money was in active demand at .the i
Bank, bat was jiuite abaadant at the ttoelrex
chaiige at 4 to o"ptr cent
The failure of James Condie, writer, Perth,
was announced. Liabilities about 180,000.
Assets very small. , .
Tbe Western Bank of Scotland, 'aUQUegpvyri
naapeen id aimcumes, nut it was armouueed
thatffVodld reef ivTMll aTdtotneet tbem?nf
is said that one of tbeeonditioas under which
aid -was furnished was, tbat the back should
ultimately wind up. Its deposits are reporfeif
to amount to about $8,000,000.
On Friday the stock market was active at in
advance, and consols clos-d at 89JS9i for
money, and S9189 for account. Money con
tinned In good dema.J at about 8 per cent.
The bullion in the Bank of England decreased
during the weelc Xt04,034.
Nothing is definitely stated in regard to the
LiverpooF failures. They are believed to be
mostly connected with the trade of the Bntinti
Numerous additional failures bad taken
place in Vienna, bat the Timet' -orrsepondent
in that city, under date October 22. says "the
money market is less agitated, and it Is be
lieved that the worst of the crisis is over."
Messrs. Baring Brothers state that prices of
American securities have been unsettled during
the week, acd transactions limited. Tberebas
been a disposition to buy State stocks, but at
prices below those asked In the London mar
ket. Messrs. Bell, Son Is. Co. report a continued
active demand, and tbe market showing every
svinpton of improvement.
The dally newspaper reports of actual trans
actions snow considerable U'ic'uation ia price?
The latest sites were as follows: Illinois Cen
tral shares ll10diseount ; do. 7 per cents of
75, 74 ; Pennsylvania Central, 1st mortgage,
si; uie Donas, or 'U2, iu.
The intelligence wh ch has come to hand '.his
week from the United States, to ins eiieci mi
th hVi nf 'ir VnrL- and Boston Lad sus
pended specie payments, has been rtcelve4 in
England witn teeungs oi HUfwcuou,
" ........ 11.1. JL. 1 1 n ,n
was felt mat tne course wmcu uk -im
pelled the American banks to adopt was the
only one fitted for the emergency on the other
side or ths Atlantic, and also the best calcula
ted to relieve uneasiness i n thts side. The In
convertible paper of the American banks will
therefore, circulate at a value proportioned to
the discretion with which It was issued, an I to
the character of the establishment from which
It-emanated. The resumption of specie pay
ments is fixed for the month of April nex; nt,
in the meantime, the State Legislature must
legalize the smpenslon for the banks have for
feited their charters, and o doubt, under tbe
peculiar circumstances of tbe case, bowing to
an imperative necessity they will be very loi
enily treated by the American law-makers.
The nfTeet unon the English money mttket
has been very reassuring, although, as was an-J
ticipated, the fctorm has aotpased over wMh-1
out IbAIcUb' disaster on tills side er tne water.
tBorouchBaakofUverpooAbas glvea way
under tne nresssreana iduii .viik up us m-
fair. Tbe capital represents a million of
money, but Its suspension has occasioned less
surprise than regret. The Western Bnk of
. . . , . i i i
Scotland, witn upwarus or iuu oraacues, auu
, . ' .r ri,.,.. h..i na
of affairs In America, but the n-w turn -which
things have taken has induced aid to be forth
coming a feeling of confidence which certain
ly did not exist this day week. The deposits
in this bank represent nix millions of money.
All apprehension, therefore, of a drain of
gold for the United States bss disappeared, be
cause, in tbe preset t state of exchanges, spec
ulative shipments of specie from England to
America would end in loss, and thus baa ended,
for a time at least, the great pressure which
our money market has sustained daring the last
ten years. The price of most articles of pro--duce,
as may be imagined, has been aff-cted
by the state of uncertainty during the interval,
and some little time must elapse before the
equilibrium can be perfectly restored. Tbe
demand for silver to send to tbe East is still
considerable, and imports of silver from tbe
continent, to be replaced by gold, have taken
place; but the drain is smtll and hardly
worthy of notice as compared with the great
Liverpool, October 31, a. k. Cottok.
The Broker's Circular reports an exceedingly
dull and depressed market under the influence
of monetary difficulties ; and any transactions
that have taken place have been forced off at
irregular rates, showing a decline in American
descriptions of fully id., and in some cases 3d.
per pound. The week sales foot up only 14.
270 bales, including 1,41)0 biles to speculators
and 800 bales to exporters. The quotations
are in many respects nominal, but at the de
cline submitted to there was oa Friday decided
ly more demand, and holders were not disposed
to accept the low rates previously current.
The Bales of the day were 4,000 baSes, includ
ing 2,0 to speculators and exporters.
New Orleans 8i 8
Mobile .-81 8i
Uplands. 85 81
Stock on hand 314,000 bales ; including 100,-
At Manchester business has been imtch da
pressed, but more confidence is evinced at the
Nashville, VsmUj, XomaAtt 11, M7.
Senate. Mr. Walker, from tbe joint select
committee oa Banks, reported a bill legalizing
tbe Bank susptns'ons till tbe 8 h of January,
1859 upon conditkm that no bank shall de
clare a dividend during their suspension, and if
the banks of New York and New Orleans nbaM
resume specie payment during the spring or
summer of 1888, the banks of this State, which
avail themselves of tbis bill, shall also resume
within sixty days thereafter. The free banks
are required within ninety days from 1h pas
sage of the bill, to deposit bonds of Tennessee,
with tbe Comptroller, sufficient to make the
bonds in his hands of par value, according to
the New York prices of Slid bonds and on
failure, to be placed n Immediate liquidation.
The banks are required to mee quarterly re
ports to the Governor, of- their condition. Tbe
bill also repeal! ibe lot, 2d, 3ranri 4tb sec
tions of the Act of Frbniary 13, 1852, to au
thorize and regulate banking. Passe! first
reading and 120 copies oidered to be printed.
Mr. Bullen, to make accommodation en
dorsers equally liable with principals.
Mr. Wright, to charter the Telieo and Valley
river Turnpike Company.
Mr. Helskell, a bill in reference to the code
of Tennessee and surges' ed that the evening
sessions be regularly set apart for the reading
of the code.
senate -bills oxthisd reading.
The bill to ; How constables a levy fee. An
ineffectual taction was made to strike oat tbe
iH section, and then pjesed third reading
ayes 14, noes 6.
The bill to establish Central University,
was taken up, and 5!) copies ordered printed,
and the bill was passed over informally.
To amend the revenue laws of tbis State,
taxing rineraployed specie capital, ten cents on
the huridred dollars. Pass ed, ayes 1G, i.oes 5.
To amend the 2d section of tbe Act of De
cember 8, 1853, chapter 72. Passed, ayes 11,
To allow sheriffs ami jurors pay for inquisi
tions ef idiocy or lunacy. Parsed.
The hour having arrived, tbe Senate went
into Committee of the Whole oa the liquor
question. The committee immediately rose,
and asked leave to sit again at half past 2 r.
m., which was granted.
Tbe Senate proceeded to consider bills on1
The bill to amend the act of 7tti February,
1850, cbaiter 72. to authorize tbe formation of
turnpike companies, was rejected, ayes fi, noes
14. A motion to reconsider entered by Mr.
To amend tbe charier of the Mt. Pleasant
and Hampshire Turnpike Company. Passed
, The bill to re-establisb tbe tippling law,
coming up, mo ions to refer, to adjJurn and to
pass over informally were lost when -Mr.
tvaiker moved tbe previous question on the
passage of the bill, which was ilso lost. Mr.
Hams offered an amendment, which wrs read.
After nm. rfi.e...inn ih. s.r.!. J
till 10 mioutea after 5r.it.
SATCBoar. Xivnb;r It
&nafr. Mr. Walker introduced the follow
ing preamble and resolutions :
Whereas, The actof 1820, commonly called
the Missouri Compromise act, was inconsistent
with-the principles declared and laid down In
the act of 1830, better known as tbe Compro
mise acts of that" year; and whereas, tbe Mis
souri Compromise act wbb a palpable wrong.
none io iuc people oi tue Biavenoiuing states,
and should have been repealed ; and whereas,
tbe principles of lire Kansas-Nebraska bill
meet oar unqualified approbation, and should
have received tbe cordial support of our Sena
tors and Representative in Congress; whereas,
one oi mess senators, lion, joun nen, In a
speech delivered against tbe Kansas-Nebraska
bill, May loth, ISM, said:
"A noble, generous and bi-h-mioded Senator
from tbe fcouln, within tbe last few day s, be
fore the final vote was taken on ths bill, an-
pealed to me in a manner which I cannot nar?
rate, and wbicn ailected me most deeply. Tbe
recollection of it affects awl influences uiy
C ,! , " 1 1 T I 1 I II . .
icciins cow, sn-i cvrr win. i ieia mat uon
orauie senator uiaijaere wis ona tc autre, in
the bill which made it impossible that I should
vote for it, if Iwatved all other objections. J
said to others who bad made appeals to me on
the subject, that wbile It would afford m grist
pleasure to oe sustained ny my constituents,
yet if I was not I would resign my aeit here
the moment I found my course upon the sub
ject was not acceptable to them. As for my
standing as a public man, and whatever nro-
spects a public man of long service in the
CouLCila of the country might be supposed to
nave, i wouiu resign tnem an witn pleasure.
I told that gentleman tbat if. upon this or anv
other great question affectir.g the interests of
tbe South, I should find my views conflicting
materially with w bat should appear to be the
seined sentiment or mat section, j should fee)
it my duty to retire.
I declare here to-dar tbat if mv coun.
trymen of Tennessee shall declare a?ainst nt
course on this subject, and tbat shall be ascer
tained to a reasonable certainty, I will not be
seen in tbe Senate another day !
Whebeas, the voice of his "countrymen of
Tennessee," on three several occasions 1855
-o-i Has been pronounced adversely to the
senator's" course," on tbat very question to
.1 C- 1. i 1 . t . . 1
uic ouu u, lucieiure ur it
Jteitundbg the General MirmUy of tin State
of Ttnnttet, Tbat the Hon. John Bell be, and
be Is hereby, respectfully requested to reedeem
the pledge so solemnly ma.e by him, as set
IafIK In tn tirasmliU nllhli r..Al.((M " . fi
RttaUtd, Tbat a copy of this preamble and
resolution be forwarded to our ..Senators aud
Representatives in Congress, ani tbat the Gov
ernor of tbe Stae furnish a copy of tbe same.
The resolution was made the special order of
Monday, 23d insU
Solpiebs-at NbwYobk. New York shares
with Utah the unenvrablecharacter of being
sufficiently turbulent to requite tbe repressive
action of the army. Oa Tuesday a force of
one hundred soldiers and marines was stationed
In the basement of the Custpm-Hduse to pro
tect tbe property. Gen. Scott dnring the day
vlalle W,.ll street, acd found tbe arrangements
there quite-satit factory. Most of the grocery
era, with, driv jrs armed- The bakers" by to
morrow 'morninz. after to-dav'B.enei in
Tompkins' Square, will probably dp the same.
Tna aknnt Tnmnttnn' SuUare.thlS
pnorningltris said, were respected by lhe mdb1,1
oscaus? mey-were-annea.- iorpruuura'
German bakers were mobbed, and robbed of j
their bread. 1
From Waihlngtoa. !
CLATTOjr Bai,WBISKATT-NNULXjen TKIS3A-
Bt book to be r.Erooinztn AS MINISTER FRO
KKWhAGOA 1IABD MOh'EV MESSAGE OX KB.
-BffCriANAX fcO , 'iC.
C-TrttpoBdeace ct tbe rMUdetrbl fieu.)
Washington, November 11, 1857. Thts
Government is now pursuing a policy with re
gard to Central American affairs which' will,
ns doubt, soon deduce from their present en
tanglement and confusion, order and help for
our great interests in that quarter. Th elL'l ay-ton-llulwer
treaty, unexplaiaablo as bagbeen,
and is, its provision to challenge the agreement
of the contracting parties, will be thrown aside,
and thus will be carried out the universal de
sire of Democratic members of tbe last, Con
gress, and negotiations between England and
the United States, having for a basis ths point
Involved ia that instrument, with others, which
have arisen since, will b once more renewed.
Tbe right aud interests of this Republic, I am
led to believe, will be,advanced.and adhered to
in these nego Tationa with all force and deter
mination, -and whatever conclusion may be
reached will certainly provide for them explic
itly and tj their most extensive requirements.
' Gesta Rica is pushed forward in ber nnwar
rantaole invasion of Nicaraguan territory, ac
cording to all iciable accounts current in the
political circles of Wasblngton, by Great Brit
ain, who although now fighting millions of in
surgents In ber colonies, and with difficulty
raising men and means for the struggle, still
ljoks with longing eye to the control or the rich
trade which will pass over the roates through
Nfoaragus, from ocean to ocean. Guatamala
and San Salvador do not look withiavor upon
Ui rflirin arrogance of Costa Rica. Speak
ing through their minister to the United btates
,,., tir!ffiiUj?ree wilh that Power in the
fte'aa&ss gnen by her rulers for tbe blockade of
tne San Juan river, ana-win oppose un
execution of ber tyrannical design In forming
an alliance for tbe threatened war with their
sister Stale. Yrissan is this minister, and be
side being acredited for these States, be is ac
credited here as the diplomatic representative
of Nicaragua, the name of oue of the Presidents
of that S ate being attached to1.bla credentials.
It bas not been officially announced to tbe De
partment of State thai Martinez bas been ele
vated to the Presllencv of Nicaragua, to take
the place of the temporary Government, crea-
. . ! Ik. ..,1.U. f Will-.
ted oy necesjuy i w tAjwiflmu
er ; bu' it has been announced thatlhere was
no oppoeitlen to Wm. Jerez, bis colleague, and
bis party, nnUiag in his support. Under these
circumstances, then, it Is more (btfn probable
Satin a short while Mr. Buchanan will xsco
tHz and receive Senor Yrissaraad at once re
open tbe official communication with Nicaragua
which bas been so long closed. A soon as
thin .a done, a minister wilt be despatched there
t take chares of our affairs. Tbe PresiJent
is castii g about for the proper man for this re
sponsible trust. Hs bas fixed it as a sine qua
-non tbat nobody win oe aeicciea wai uom wn
speak tbe Spanish language. .
It is time, indeed, that the UnlUd States
abou'd have a settled policy In tbat quarter ;
that active efforts should be made to support
the interests of tbis country there, and to thrust
aside England, who, above-board or under
bsard, as it suits her, seeks to gain, with right
or without it, tbe control of the great channels
of commerce tbe world over.
It is rumored that Mr. Buchanan, in his first
annual mesiaee to Congress, will take bold
ground on the currency question ; tbat he wl l
re-amrm tne pnncipiea ism oumu w m
bis celebrated speech oa tbe Independent
Treasury Bill. He believes that it was the in
tention of the framers of the Constitution to
establish a hard-money currency, and tbat the
action of Congress Bluce bas been a steady de
narttire frem that intention. It will be bis eb
ject, then, to retrace tbe false steps taken, and
to brine me uoyernment uac io we irue
The issue will be made in tbe next Congress,
whether State banks bave Ibe constitutional
power to Iss-ie circulating "promises to pay."
There will be a large party to taxe tne nega
tive of tbe argument, who will not, it Is said,
yield until a decision bas been given on the
question by the Si pre me Court of the United
Mates. A general bankrupt law for the banks
will be presented for action. Tbis whl provide
a fixed legal course for putting into liquidation
insolvent banks all ever tne Union.
Major Gbo. G. Hexbt's Machinxbt ron
MANOrACTBBING GoTTOJi INTO YaBN. It
may be of some interest to planters to know
that tbe macmne alluded to anove, Me Amen
can Institute report of which we give in this
day's paper, fa-to be sent from the Crystal
Palace to the plantation of George S. Yerger,
Esq., a large cotton grower of Yazoo county,
Mississippi, to be pat in operation at oace io
eonvertHMT his crop of four hundred and fifty
bales ef seed cotton into yarns. Mr. Yerger
has contracted wnh Major Henry to spin bis
crop for the five coming years at nine thousand
dollars a year, a total of $45,000 for the con
tract. X. Y. Day Book.
Oliver 0. Wosdman vs. Caroline Thomas.
Fnai tne N"nr (ftleiM Delta
The above is the title of a salt for divorce,
iastttated recently la the Second District Coart
of this city, by one of our most prominent atd
respectable citizens, who, we are sure, bas tbe
entire sy m pithy of the community in Ihe unfor
tunate aad deplorable difficulty in which he
bas become involved. This cause is so close
ly connected with tbe proceedings In New
York, which hive been reproduced in our news
columns, that we feel compelled to give tbe pe
tition in full :
Oliver O Wmdmas vs. Caboline Thomas.
Setend Dnincf Court, Judge P. H. Morgan.
Petition. To the Honorable tiia Judge of the
Second District Court of New Orleans. La.:
The petition ef Oliver 0. Woodman, a citizen
of tbe State of Mississippi, who bas residrj,
since tbe year 1352, and who continues to re
aide no -a , for six or eight months of each year,
in tbe city ef New Orleans. Louisiana, conduct
ing tbe business of a wholesale drag-is: in said
city and elsewhere, respectf illy represents t'o
j our hor or : That on the 8th day of Janua ry,
A. D. 1847, be was lawfully married, in the
county of Hinds, State of Mississippi, to Caro
line 1 homas,bia present wife, and defendant to
Tbat after their said marriage, yonr petition
er and his said wife resided at Yicksbnrg,
Mississippi, permanea'Iy until the year 1852,
when your petitioner brought bis said wife with
him to New Orleans, where she lived with bim
except when absent, as hereinafter particularly
stated. In July, 1S61, your petitioner being
persuaded by bis wife tbat she bad been snffer
inz for several yeais, with a complication of
-diseases peculiar to females, took ber to Paris,
France; andin iNovembsr or tbat year, beieg
compelled by the demands of business to return
to America, be left bis said wife io Paris in
charge ot a respectable family well known to
your petitioner, and .of tbe most skillful physi
cians in said city, and provided with ample
means of procuring every luxury and comfort
aecersary to an invalid and suitable to ber rank
and conditior. After petitioner left Paris, bis
said wife bad became acquainted with one
Gardner Fur Diss, of New York, with whose
mother and aisUryoor petitioner and biawlfe
had been arqua'inted ia America.
During tbe stay ot bis said wife in Paris,
(as petitioner bas recently ascertained,) said
Furniss succeeded, by a train of vile artifices,
in winning tbe confidence and affections of his
said wife, and secretly drawing ber into such
intimacies' as placed her forever afterward in
bis power. In September, 1855, your petitioner,
(having returned .to J?aris,.and being wholly
unsuipic'oss of what bad occurred, as above
related,) brought back bis said wife to Ameri
ca, and Boon afterward said Fiirniss returned
to New York, where your petitioner's wife
then was, and in January, 1858, be followed
Th.er ' New 0tivi to which city she -bad
iw iU nuilU Why 1UC 4JdU A
short time previously returned, and remained
in the said city until the following May. Tbat
during the winter of 1856-57 said Furniss again
came to New Orleans, and remained at tbe St.
Charles Hotel, in said city, for several months,
your petitioner and his said wife being then at
That in tbe summer ql 1857, your petitioner
took bis said wife to Philadelphia, where she
"remained from tbe last of May, at tbe house of
a relative, part of the time, and at a hoeI the
remaining part, ijmler the charge and medical
treatment or a pnysician.
That jn July she went to Boston, where,
and lif the nefghbofbdod of which, tbe re;
mained alternately at hotels ami with rela
lives, until tbe middle of August, when she
went to New York, and put tip at the New
Ycrk Hotel, kept by Mr. Cranston, expect-
ing, as ahs alleged, to meet your petitioner
In the meantime your petitioner had, just
rauic ma uepsnare irom ftew urieans, UIs
covered, for ihe first time, strong evidence of
uis wiie-s criminal latereooTBe with said Fur
niss, and hurrying on to New York, reachtd
tbat city about the ssme time his said wife
atd, and.so secretly as to detect the paid Caro
line and said Faroisa in a condition which ad.
mitted' no doabt-whatever of Utt guilt; aud
this discovery wan followed up by disclosures
nuicu jHoreu mciuueiiiDiy tbat their criminal
intercours.had tatted several years.
Your petitioner, therefore avers and charges
tint at tbe varlouii times and places aliave set
forth.and espe-.iaJly at Paris, New Yotk.Bos
toa and A ew -Orleans, his said wife Caroline
carried on habitually criminal intercourse
with, and committed- adultery with the said
Your petitioserurther avers that ever since
his intermarriage -with the" said Caroline he
has loved, cherished and protected ber, and
supplied, all her demands lavishly although
her love for dress and display was inordinate
and occasioned your petitioner great incon
venience and nnhappiness, and rendered her
uuoiiy uoniror domestic lire; but that her ill
health, real or supposed, not only prevented
any restraint upon her inclination, hnt fnrhade
all suspicion of her want of fidelity to bim or
wi auuiicij niui auiMUer-
That upon the discovery of her guilt, your
petitioner took charge of ber, and has placed
her at bis own expense among friends who
will provide for her wants and prevent any
future Intercourse (so long as she'contlnnes to
be the wife of your petitioner) with said Fur
niss. Butyour.petitloncr states that except
for the aforesaid purposes and the further pur
pose of Investigating Ihe history of her dis
grace, be has had" no intercourse with her since
the discovery aforesaid.
Your petitioner further states that he can no
longer submit to married relation with him and
Hs said wire.'and is desirous of obtaining, as
ispeediiy as the Jaw wilt allow, a divorce a ci
cnlo matrimonii, from tbe said Caroline.
Your petitioner further states tbat bis pro
perty as acquired chiefly berore-bla marriage
with said Caroline, or before ths summer of
1B52, and while your petitioner lived perma
nently in Mississippi, where by law there is no
community of property b.twen marand wife,
that since the .summer cr'i85".f-the.extrava-cance
of hia said wife on her ovn account acd
that of said Fvruiss bas aojnearly absorbed the
nett proGtS of his business, ai.well aa the rev.
euues ot bis estate, s to bave prevented any
ctcuuimauuiia ot acquests ana gains ; but tbat,
nevertheless, he coesiderd It to be bin dutw
there "being no issue pf their said marriage: to
unake such proviaion .for berfature.mala.e-,.
nance, voluntarily, and of bis own- free, ttn-j
trammeled will, as will supsort.her comfotta-
bly, to be continued so long as this petitioner
nhall deem in necessary, and no longer, it being
h i sincere destre to save her alike from th
te mptatioca of poverty, and to keep her out of
th at circle ot fashion and pleasure by which
ah e has been already corrupted.
In view of the premises, your petitioner
pmys your Honor to order a citation to issue,
commanding the said Caroline Thomas, wife
oi u- u. woooman, to appear within tbe legal
deluy and answer tbis petition ; and that after
dne proceedings had, your Honor will adjudge
and decree that your pstltloner and the said
Caroline be and remain nernetuallv divorced a
vinculo matrimonii, and placed in the same
condition, as respects each other, as if their
said marriage fever had hannened; and for
general relief In the premises.
JVO. M. CHILTON,
of Counsel for Petitioner.
Tbis case has not- vet been net tar trial, tha
defendant being absent and not represented, it
would seem, by an attorney, up to tbe tiraa
when tbe reporter visited the Court yesterday.
From tbe Wert Teanttte Wlilc J
Messrs. Editors: I desire to call the at.
tentlon of tbe citizens of West Tennessee, at an
early period, to tbe following premiums which
will appear some months hence, in the Premiasa
List to be published for tbe next Division Fair,
for 1858: '
Tbe deleirates of county societies latelv as.
sembled at tbis place, at the Division Fair, re
viled the premium list, and resolved, among
other changes, Io elicit valuable facta and ex-
pctiuicuia, mgica ot general essay s on supjeeia
kindred, to agriculture and mechanics, and
bence, propose the following premiums :
a premium or -u tor tne most valuable re
port n tbe best series of experlmeats, on the
influen ce of green sand on the uplands, and stiff
clay b Mom lands of West Tennessee, ia tl a
eultiva tion of oats, corn, and cotton or tobacco,
me area to ue employed for earn or the speci
fied crops to be one measured acre, one-balf ef
which acre to be fertilized by green sand, tbe
other half to be left without ; amount of greee
sand used in each experiment ; and cost of same,
with difference in produce between the assisted
and umsiisted halt acres to be reported.
A premium of $20 for the most valuable re
port on tbe best series or experiments calcula
te 1 to show the comparative value of stable
manure, and guano, or any of the artificial ma
nures furnished by chemical aid, when applied
on equal areas to tbe soil of West Tennessee,
emDraeing an accurate statement or quantity of
fertilizers in each case ; and the cost, either in
labor or money expended : as well as the pro
ducts in each case, as compared with an equal
area of similar soil unassisted by manure of any
A premium of $20 for a report ot the most
valuable aeries of experiments on the influence
of green manures, (green rrops turned uader)
in improving toe sons ot vest Aennessee, wiltt
a statement of products as compared with eaaal
areas of adjacent and originally similar sells
unassisted by green or other manures.
I trust tbat the above premiums may nut in
active exercise the Agricultural enterprise and
intelligence of West Tennessee, and be the
meant) of eliciting reports which will be read
with Interest and profit throughout the State.
The green sand begins to be looked to by
manufacturing chemists as an invaluable base
for prepared minare, and even, in its simple
and uncompounded form Prof. Sandferd, our
scientific aud very diligent 'State Geologist.
regards it of incalculable vahie to the region of
country wbicti can command its use by help of
railroad transportation. It abounds in great
quantities, on tbe line jpf tbe Memphis aad
Charleston, and the Mobile and Ohio Railroads,
inMcNairy county, and in North Mississippi.
Prettdent ef II. T. Diriiien Fair.
"Slavkbv" is Mexico. It appears that
the question of "Slavery" or" N Slavery"
had much to do in tbe recent contest for Con
gresslonal Delegate in the Territory ef New
Mexico, and that by tbe re-election of Mr
Orcao ths " Slavery" party triumphed. Acer-
respondent writing from Wesport, Mo., to tbe
Richmond Enquirer, says :
" I send you the Santa Fe Gazette, pupllehed
ia iSew Mjxico. louwill find in it an ac
count of tbe success of the Democratic party
of that Territory. Judge Davenport, one of
the Associate Judges of said Territory, trfrd
bis hardest to defeat Otero, tbe Buchanan
nominee for Congress. The peop'e of New
Mexico generally are clamorous for nta re
moval. I would ho glad if it could be done
It is an ofnee or much duty, but Is of an im
portant character. Tbe matter bears weight
when it is known tbat Sr. Otero, whom I know
to be an estimable man, is in ravor ef slavery
for New Mexico. Davenport, Baird and others
are against It, and tbis is the commencement of
tbe trouble. New Mexico is bound to he
KoIIo way's Pills and Ointment
BETARKet laamlar! Tke pablie are tauter m-
feraed ot a aaie Wll whrkr to aaotrtala tke nantaa
n-ucr tbeoaolrarrof teeea mei iftae. TfcH eoaaist
of a wiUr-mtrk ti? wort HOLLO WAT, New
Tobe abd LexnoY," lo leet'traHoareBt letter In
every leaf et tseboakot dtreotiou aros4 eaak tax or
31 at tbs minafaaarr, J'. 80 Vivien Laae, X' w
Tork, and kr all dragtlits, at 26c., Sic, uti $1 per box
or pot. BwrS-ttwiwlw
CHR0MIOTYPES JUST DISCOVERED.
TdB only Chromtetvpe GaJlerr la VeapMa, where you
ua f at an Uadt ot Pieterea lakra, at prtcea to aatt tbe
Tbeae beaottmt Beat o. ArtCCbroslMrreO kara Bn
recruit d'acorrred tj F. N. Tama LLO Tbej- wM aoa
nperctde any Uher kind ot Pietsre knowa ; tberr 1 aa
eleraace and reiHt tff ct aboot tbeCttroaalotrae tbat ka
oaly to t atn ta be appreetited. Tb CbromMlpe
nt known or takea at asr aer GaXtrr ta tke oaaatrj
lll joa be kind astoboror tbla Ga'Jarr with a call
asd exaaUaUan tf tbe campararlre mem ef it art.
Tbey are taken at tbe Cbraaekttype GaBery, by
F. S. VASALLO,
nTl-ly No. ill Mate tlteet.
irof. SlnBlcell'B Electric Oil.
A lupsly et tbt wnoerrI Krareine far te eare ot
BkaomattsBi, Dearae, Pate, Cora and aV nerroaa 4M-
ese, aeadaeae a4 Patas, ha b?n reeoired br HAR
BIN it GO , when It eaa be obtained. The loetris
ibenU pnrcbaae a bottle hsaiedtatety. See adrertlte-
meat In ancthtr oarss.
Paor. BAsnELL. The ronewlBK tetssy ta taror
ot Dr. nuktR' Ktectrtc OH 1 tarabhed s tor pahifea-
PBor. Basxcll Dear Sir: I reel K ta be my dety to
inform the paMIc, tbrasstt yoa, what year woedeirBl
BlectrK: Oil " but dooe tor myfimlty. Xy whfa ha
been a'arraiaitly treaMed wKh faltiBE e( the womb aad
pais lathe back aad kreait. I beaf ht eee bottle ot
yucr OH yetterday, aBd to-day h li entirely free rroa
pain, and tend her wanacat reapecta tat jvu laocota
aad prosperity. I hare- hid a rheacut pahs In ay
f haalder aad inm far a lent Uso, at la tea stoat
frem the tlait I aaonod year OH, the pais waa alt imse
It i traly a wonderrut remedy in all pais, asch a w
have been (BfiVrUg with, aad I chrerfcHy (ire thU to-
Umealal ct It edecta.
G. T. SWIFT, JTerrttt rioaso
Sworn and abcrHed before ne, thia day, 2!ih ot Joly,
1S57 LIBKRTT WAITB, Jaitleoot ta Peace.
Soch Intimacy tell an "o'er trao late " worth eat.
ama ot made certificate all over the land, aad a great
WForaJehy 3. MANSFIELD Si CO., WtJIala-.
Try It, ye otfertor and affllcuid. ottjwty
3?IIjE & Zi "XT U .
Forthe tare of erery foirn ot
HEMORRHOIDS, OR PILES;
Whether of kK ataadinc or recent orliln Iaternil or
External; whfther attrnaed with Prottpia, Hrroar-
rhK, or ettractton ; and allby
No Internal adjuvaata betag reqeired ia any caw, only to
regaUto the Bowel, If Cecitlpated, orla Dlarrhces aad
A large n timber af geaikmen throogh-iit tb eaoatry,
of high character and lenaeneo, have votastary alteated
to Its efflcacy in their owa ttMt, Dot of Iwariay, aad
whose certUcates may be seen r referrriee to th pro
prietor' pahlicatlan to be had ot their ageat , through
odt the Halted State.
Price, $1 per-Bor, retail.
The PILB SALVE U pat op ia (la Jar, (aelofed in
a ptper box, propertr libeled, aniwm keep any length
Se J3" For Ie ia thl dty by
Joh.xjoic i Loxo,
ward A Jcorcs.
lfABSrtCLO &. Co.,
It. r. FABKSWOBTIt,
n a. nooHE,
W. M. MlELTOX,
J it. SLElKJS it CO.,
" ' UE7f ry Test, and
E. S. LABrniEB.
T. II. 0AVANAI7GH h. OO.,
ocsSiawly Proprietor, St Loot. 3to.
'A. H. HIS E,
WrtOLESALB AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Hides, licattaer aud lilnlngs,
NO. 202 MAIN-ST., UP STAIRS,
Over G. B. LackeU Store.
HAS now on haad and win h recetilBf weekly, try the
Kemphl and St. Loni packet, dlre from the miaafas-
tnrrrt, rrtry deacrtpUoa of LEATHER and L1NJN0S,
which Wm be eol wholetal and retail, at th St. Lost
HIDES ! HIDES I HIDES I
1 want FITS HUNDRED THOUSAND DRY and
GREEN HIDES, I or which 1 wfll pry the hlghet price
in CASH. Try me.
Furs nml Peltries.
I ia parinxat at! timet the. hi hest caih price tor
Fnr. Dctr and Sheep Sklni Dealer would do weU to
call and ale mo,, at SO Vain itrect, op tUIrs, before
tellinc ebywber. aepi nawaia
JtfEtV PIAAO STGR&.
THE STODART PIANOS.
HAS th pleaiare io announce to hi frlead and the
public cenerally, that he hat been appointed by Iteurs.
Btodart St Horrl, of JfewTork, Agent for tho aal or
He i now opening at their ttore on Adamxtreet, a Hw
doors below th Woreham Hoc, a largo stock -which
which will be ald at Kea Tart friea.
OtSSS prime KewRkeJ
baxai nrlme Star Oaadlea 1
Alto 10 bale prinuheiTy East India Batclag.
IV 1 low It THOMAS TROUT,
Bar' t-tt Oca In tha rear of i'o 17 Front Raw.
r atEGS prtmo Pig Ft, Jsat reatitd and for ilia
OU by H H POTTER,
ru14 IT2 xaia-it. Bra luor asoTe Aoaras s.
.BOXES Cheese, jast ricclTed sad for tal by
H H- POTTER,
Iti Hala-at,. Ird daor atwr. Aiinu.
1 fifi AfIA SUPERIOR Ciearj,Joftrecrind and
1 UUkUuU fora!by H." H-'MTER,
porlt 7 171 Vain U, 3rd door aboT Adam.
-TTTEwIatake'Karthera Baak of VTanltippi raKfy,
t T for watk in our lint at 13 centiea tne ooaar
nirlt-iw A. sixtisr K co.
Tnx undctlgiierf wtr take cbaro r te
OOMMRRCIAL IMTKL, MBl!l. Tjn .
. 1ft- fl ,1 ef ;,nsira at aad wi-t. to air
flemi of tw.nr rtetet arrant, ant tbree or
oar aratbO a and twaptrr eoka I -r thecxtTaar,
fr whk h wi.es will bipill mostklr
MTlt-tMnl n V. MITCHELL.
TTIROV mr prestie, la Part Pttiarinc, on tbtl
A? !1lb. tail . a BAY atORSK M8LB, sane
aad t,u .bared do-et abwt lb re van oM; '
oov: h (rntit mar, and hed all mead ; aoaat tasrura
ALIO t BT If ARB, Meet cue tad tad I akd an
roend I bat etsht Tear oM a vaUe spot near tbo
Mrawt ber (era I m, and a wart oa arr rtcfct
Jaw; so tkr aurka rtco.t-ele4. Bakt mare la srsm
foM. Anr feafaraitwa ot tbe in, or elllf r ef tfcra, will
ba Hierany rewarded br 1 B. LOW, or
mriS-iw it c OAT0B k SON.
At Actual Cost
FOIt CASH I
FKOM TBI3 DATE,
We offor our cntlro Stock of
Fine Sole Trunks, Xegro liotnlnjr, &c.
OUR (rifB4 aa4 tk paMte f tear a!r, sur rtr en
wbat w proswe to We IctHo H wao are ta
waatet toed CMteiBf, to tin a4 aximtaa for tkrm
atre. SHIYxr i SLARCB,
1U KatB-St.,OBpMlOourt Square.
P.S All GoU Mfcl ua credH, wH taetiirard it rsf
atar proSU. 3. & 0.
T1IE GREATEST OF TH?31 ALL!
Tlie Wavcrlr Novels.
rnOM THE MOIT AOTHEBTIC EMTi09,
AUTHOR'S LAST CORRKCTtOSS, PRITAtJS3 -LSD
IMaMntM wHh '
r r tale kf
6SO. PATTtSdX h 00.
IfEMrHIa, y ! 1MB, IH7.
THE tarUuatip tur.lotafe .xMtoz batwoaa ta as.
iWil. oBjer lb Sra aad trh at ' L. VfttT A
CD." I thH dy atmlTtd, if BBatBal a 1 1 lit R Bra.
h ua birrs bomkt L. Ttil'l lntenvt in th kartas. of
aM Orai, i hen by aataonaod ta oa loot th 4ht owta
U It, aad ataoaao aad aaderukta l par It atakPHt.
Slgaed, B!lrE IT GRAHAM,
AT COST FOR OASil.
$75,000 Worth of Dry Goods at Cost !
rp HE tearettyof aaonry, Ik daS colly Ua oxeaaaa
X aa4 the abaoiote Beeee.Hyof pasctaarlty, ba ta
doeed rae to key Mr I- TBtTS tatamt to ta. kaalaeM
t'l. Vt A Oa ," wtihaTwwtowadKBpaaikav
ala; aad t mi offer at COST FOR CASK, ad aaay
aittdr at te lba coat; th rattn ttotk oa haad
iBMaaUng tooror f!6Ji. B. 6RAHAJC.
AFBWdiyburderac n b aceraiatatJ with day
board, os A- ac Mreet M Tktrd. Foe farlk-f
iatorsaaltaa, aaply to
FU.URJTOT, COOPEK & lEAXS.
norn- at WKidi itnet.
A uuotl 9ad, Drae for V ua 11-;
fi- M-dbetaaM the owoer ba an far
bl . Aim tor Hre, three ra aaMe yrooc a,
gro mea, a'aaaloated to wo. k ahost a raai
mw anil For part '-alar., a plr to
FLOCR.VOT, COOPER k. LEAKE.
T N' psKBtBre of a i st d-rd execatH to I
OB Ibe 1MB
A diy ot XoyasBer, ISM. by A
Biahr. t. mr tmr-
m anu larma my ara. aaa b leoa-at a J. F
JohoaoB, th etttut que tnat', I win ea to the korkatt
baatarf ea-h.oa ihe pntaiae. oa FRIDAT. Koa-aaaer
nth, 1647 a rorula trt oc laad lytnz la Baky oaaaty,
TBee,oaito( ihacltraT SlMaf.it. ta.nl, I i. m.
low: Bellas! at aUko "he wrM Hoe ot MeLwar
Ar-Betxlraiod(SralMad6TB)k Mi or iu ra
teraee t-B with the Bew ota'ettie road, raaalaar theoie
Mttb 6 wrt, Schaioa aad J ink wiik lb. wra tda of
Lran'Ar.aaloa9'akr taeace woat S chata , 41
Mr k to a flake theore north S rkata and liaki I a
lake. ihencret lacl.aiDaaadSOilakt tnlkr lajlaiiaa.
eaa ing 3 -l9 aM, , i 'i i aa alj aa Si
adwrUlncwiib " ' i-irrin h.ati i Mull i a
ward Ac , 4e A r-ry d atrakie ptaer.
TkjM Blac wa aa-e;aea fr to the exeeatlea ef aatd
treat l-d aoMaad oa Tryrd by Bli.- la S ahteok ACr
aaajact io Ih peorlslonj of aald tract dred.
Sole ia tawrat hea.-. Title Zand Ooar-f aaae by Ba
a lral. WH. 0. A.VPERSO.V,
Land for Sale.
Cm nn rrn nr " KrtkerB
D l VJU,UuU But ot Ulitei waxed for
aruery at low eaeB p'iee. Xotn of Ik' Baak wfa be
tatea ai par f r Real H.taa let Ptv'by rooatr.leBBeeoee
or 4rkaaa. 10e,(waof oneeabtid a-canty, oMtarlsK
Jinoi.-x 121, leoi, a'tsi tr:rtl tee tb tfMw. mi lata Bask
" J. fowls; E3
PLANTERS, LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST.
T wilt ie:t X. 1 Eanawba Bait. re-w. nk.., .( M
it im perBMKi, bm 'Mtrrrr Barrala ia aaS or
der I Th Eanawha Sr hai raa IroreawMy watrd ia
the 'ill frwi'car. aad ba pr wd to be Ih beat aalt tor
carter: awat, more euilr haadled aad kM liaMe te watte
laaa taca aarc. Arp y to
SBV1BS k. VTARREN",
norjf-Jat Sb. 15 Sta alrael.
The Rush Still Continue!) nt the
BAZAAR OF FASHION,
WHERE people boy Goods at btif their rets
OaHo at 10 ont per yard, worlh tt;
ii i ancu a real iar yard. wor.ai OO ;
Boaottlal IeLlrjr at It ceaU per yartl aorlhM;
" " 15 " a5l
" " 28 " :
All wo 4 DaLaiae aad Kkk alata in nnnulkan t iw.
abote prico. Good Mz SUks fr.r 80c al to St rd.
Cloak at $t SB, worth $S M;
S 00, " 8 Se;
Rkeb VaiTft OWti ta aroBorttoa.
BONNET t alBtft at ai. nj to. t u
oar bMotlfBl toV of nod at aach prior VU be
grtaay to me aaraaiatc of tiwoe wb need aaada la oar
me. . BAR1NBS A. OO .
THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF CONGRESS
I PUBLISH sow ray aaaaal Preeeto of The Da Itr
Globe, and Tk koBOBiatiaNAr. Guar irr
ArrEBOlz, to rtmind auhctiker. aod lafora the.
who aaay drlnt to aberibr, lit I Oa(re will aet aa
the fl rt MoiUty o' eext DeetEiaor, wkao I iWl im ui
BteLCo psMHhlB( th abere naawd paiier. Ttwy hare
heeapsslHhedaaloiiz.thtt Dot ooailc bmb laurutie
character, aod thereiore I deea it seed to aire a
mlna r aeeoaator tbe Hod of saittvr thy wiRaatila
The DaILT Olobc wul cvaUis a report of Ih De
bate ta both braaclMw of OoBSrrat takea dewa by -porUra
ettaal, at lout, to aar corps of ahortaad wrl
leraiBtbM.or la aay other .oBBtry. A aai-wHyef lb-a
will each be ab to report, peiodfi, tea ihaad
word aa hoar, while the arer- nosaaor of word. ao
aoa by da-nt teeakera rareiy e '! eren thoaaaad d
koadrrd wjro aa hear Waoa ihodokauaof a day do
ait BkBk,-ethaa forty axaatB. thoyahaB appear ta
io um-jT ooMie of tee arxi aa-ratac. woiea wMfwrstara,
alao the Bw of day, topMhor wilh h tdiiorl ar
tlcieaaiBaar be 9u(rsted ky paatict Teat.
It aho ray atlntlos, fr. at lime to Usr.aneccariea
may retain, te pab ith y rnoiaiaeeBce of fhe public
bob wilh whom I bare beep, aaaociated deattz the latt
tweetyUbtyear. Anecdote ot Genoa! rakeoa, a4
lhkderof Unpartr which h cendartvl. aal thm
kadUf men of other pftie, will, 1 telttre, be taletoat-
tea amw wsru pan taa mirr aa Baa aoabw.
la bromloc the rero-t-r of th. dtbtte. of rwn.re.. I
deoa it pn per to ay, that tbe Olebe woaM BTr be a
paiU-aa paper. Tki pM; wtH not be frrert.d ty to
trodBCiar a a ooattibatioa to hlitorr the BolHkwi trait.
of Chiracs r which dl'Mseafoh tbe poknc tarn -f ny
use. AJIOOBKO I tT,IM tBtejH to TTBlltB, tBOTOBSh
DeEKcrat, I will nerer iMrade aay principle la a war h
wtketlMoiobaoxioaateaBy pirty. Bat ta retard to
pHjt aad treatii wblch go to make ap btatery. I hope
temtketb Globe aa h.iaest aaraanir: aad with that
r lew laa rewired to pek ladepeuJeuBy of ah panir
The CoisBEttlOTAL Globe aud irrumi w
eaaUla a rrporl ol ail-heD hitva la OoOAnt, tetited
or is' v aaer. toe Jteaaaae. or It i"re af HT of tbe
Celled State, tbe Anaaal Report cf the Bead at th
Execatlre ncpaitawB . Ihe Law paaed dsrlac th
wilioo. asd cetloa iadexet UM. Ther wtrt he nrlnlrd
on a da-bl roy.l be-t. la bk forra, royal qsarlo elie,
each Bomber costaiu nr. ? I item pageii. The wbo.'e will
atik-. tl lab acred, b-lwrei 3 800 aad. 9J0 ptrev
the k& iMtleat f r ma3yyear hate raaseit be ween
thoee noaiben. tn-t thT-next -tn will be wbat it
term-d a -loas one." ThU I h-lltre 1 the ebeaoeet
workTeroM l i aa coaatty. whihr a reorlat. or
Kiatn) treat aunajcript ropy takiBK for dVtfs the arcr-
(namcer ot wora of tbe oxre.i ,o(e the ;r'
1843 Tbearerarenoab-rorDcl5lS7S anatbeareraee
ouotber of word , oa a pxa i 3 331 eoimqaaatty IA ,
irertzeBunKeror wnnttof a-loiw eetoa It. 9 2) 773.
f I baio eM ta tmbsc b r thit nanitwr of word far
fcttoHart It foltow that they bare paid Vtt than tlx
aad oa halt cent tor erery If 0,0GO word I Lire far- I
oifhed tbem. while I har paid sty reporter S for
reryS3?7wor. uf Mb work la Bl.aa crlul Ba-
aay other bootiener. anywhero, orar i Mi botk ia the
llerenet ; aad to tlrwe 1 ny kdajef. rfaat I htrek'y azree
a. (ire to aay Darken wm hail aror to Ike eonlraiT. a
i-iai, wniie it wa xew ai r. low a iale? I be.
nrapteteeet ef th dtbile raeais eatk io tbe year
'SB, mttlnj forty threo qatrte Tertme whith tell tmr
in. An ct or ueasioo aauorixe Uero aa
ra tar by mill free ef Do-Uce. The ant leaaisn wHi
ke. witboot -loabt. aa n-BinaRr lzlerentina no. t
r be tbe ftrtt andera aew Adnlnlitratl. n. and .erral
ofrptes qaettlAo ota.i he tKntxd a it; for eximpl.
tbe correncr, Eaotat, "ttom, and other onetttos. The
iwuowiRo a. n-rriez-tre, in aaiy s.arco trat wbieh
a. ueiuiri can oe octal ra
Foraeoprof theDalrrGlabeoaTe.ir ...Bio oa
Pr a ropy o tbe PaHy Utebe U month 6 OB
For a o, p of the Dally Oieb- dnrwc Ihe vralon.. 6 00
For a copy or Ihe Catre.il aal Globe tnd Apsen-
ix,swiiiaweafe(ianriBEiaa.a.... c 00
Bank nsx. current in th eetla of the mnnm wk-r.
aaberlUTmldt.wiIlbeitcotTtat par. Too whof
r aay part of a aobtcrrpttn may he remitted la collate
.ttmro, which U prtrmbie to any sarrtney. except EMd
A ptaer will not be teat cat tbe manor unmniin
the order for tt
X cannot Afford to exchane with ail tha aewivaoers
that d!rc the Olohs; bat I wilt tead th Diily Globe
dartne the eeealoa to all bobt!lp bllth thl protpeeta
three time before tbe fltt Xoruray ef next D cnntVr
Thatewbomty pabliih thoalt tend th-irpptrseoatatB- i
in it to ne, niarxrawita a pen, to airecx atteotlaa toll, i
FROM oowtili Iho lit of January. w wlH set our
LIRGB aod COMPLETE ASV1RTK8VT o LAW.
MEDICAL SCIIOOL aod MISCKXLAXEOCS BOOES
at At SMALL ADVANCE oadtATTERK COST tor CASH.
lamb, Young & Co..
'769 Main treet.
COltrOBTABLB RetrJtncr, caoTeslest to batter.
Acplyto GRAHAM A HILL.
1600 Zeapt?, MttvtSiurl U apwardThy
HARS13 W0SMELBT A CO ,
issuing : Bii9i9gi i : : o
MS VT J BAV w A T J MM.mj y v
Crisps Gaiety TKcalrc
LeiueawlXiMgar .TT. It. OBMP.
Sua Maaaiof.. Mr J. a. OlBTUtciI
Treataeer. lit. . O. LBMOTNR.
Oaetfoetorot Urcnoatra, .Protaaaor HBsatNG
.Vl-lirl Somla of Prtc i.
PRIM CIRCLE aaS PABQVBTtB -J eta
B1LOOXT, vaasSV QaraK lau.
WHITK OAtttHT Ketl.
OULOBRD SILLS ST.
Notice Tims Altbseo. Dsati ofea at Cm, ta
ooaieno t 7 1 o'clock .
t3 Bo OStaa ope frm It to 12, aa from 3 to i.
OBCO.ND NIHHT at tko coleente Mtseator at Irtih
O efcararur, Xt. JOHN DRBW, la weiCTetion WM
bk laov xn. Jux dhbjw, tao eaataaat rom-auw
OO THDRI).II KvBNInu, Noreaabrr 19, ISST. tt
a actrs the rfoat ooaaic raaaa or -B.ORT O'XOZXi
Borr 8'M. Ifr. Jea Drowi Eaaaieea. jkam
Arew. (TriM fx Be IVaz LA GALIC1AX Mkw
BreoMloe aad Aaote Sa-a4e- fa- n natal with ta
ae Hronardf M LOTX A XII Off ABUT rB widen Hit.
Jowa Brew wiM tiMUIa laraadBSui-ot ananctora Jtlke,
For rati prtienUr, at bins of tao dar. BolS
ASH'S MEMPHIS THEATBE.
SOLK LB4SKB AND XANA4BK.... B. T. ABTf.
ACTING MNAK.... K. B. JCAC'MLKT,
STAGS MANAOSR S. n BBTnuN
WTRZ UC3BK H. F. JOKNfOff.
TRIfarHANT imi .mt "Mai afcxat Ike (rt
AetTiraa Traa-c Aotrm, nTSS OMABUJtTit
C AMPTON raOSSOAT r.VJllv XewaaVr IStk.
tSST MMkiaMro BtavoT THBT MSBsOhaNT OK TENS
11E Sbrfck. Mhw O.rrnawl-ia. Clr Bn- r w y.
OaaMfoB -Bona rial i with ta raise ( WON'T Ton
XBJ M I HOW?
Oaaaas MkM OraaotoM' io)Btia.iul sac eraa Bat
art wtl be arodona
y Hrilclar, am tur ortrare. dot!
SPALDING & E0GEES
Great Elephant Sliow!
Coder the arona a-airm-ni i.' Jtr ' J B -CHB5,
will oe etoiDUMi ia Mr ri.tr TTia IfALaCB
at S 7 r at
McmnlilsTCUrcc Days Only.
-Altspaooa aa4 Nitju af KachlMj
MomlRy, TtiesrlBij- & TTetlnestlay,
ValT-. 'f?il 1.1 tli naart 'lAtli.
DtoarCfcle, all Aral Ohatrr.... ........If eeeta,
CBi trpn mmer tea 90 rest to Otm Cue
Paarllr Crate, all Ca iktaa I Ji
Chlldraa aader km. ctaft t Faaaaly Caret
half an to Soaerk.-.
CT A dry walk for Fdetri.B wBl be aaajtratt'd aa
wet weter oVwa th Irrre f rasa Frost Row to to
Paiao. awl be krt BaaMy
Illaminated -with Torches at Night.
Ia thl exbabkUoa, frnttrnm ap esBe.iy tor tVit aw
Am;tlra.wr ta Jrw Biiaa wd! a saaad tto
waaaJerfai Hoftiik Pvrtaraatac
ELEPHAMi, - Victoria and Alfcert,
The awat meorlwt feotaee in the ehow world ra ajudint
tiaae pro vtrri for oar patrooa ta Ik Soata, at aar mia
-xaa. Th paWkt It a.sfed that tha rVaarWI MB
o reybata fatal ptotau t wbat tl wlehraaad aat
Btalt aalaalty pert rem
Th- Oirra. Tiaaii 1 1 h 1 ewot -a be th 'eat SOW IN
TOR ffomB, hara heva atteaked by real Area hi
E tawo aad Aavrrlca. oat of ta praaciail IBarrhB,
Freeeh aad AaiartraB Clifaat, aad Biatf j aow Stot -prartB;
HONS. FRANMH3 9IEORIST. of Pwt.
ht'LI.K ANTOtSBTTB BlaBSHIaT, if Part.
JtR TRMtS T.KNTOf.'af LwkMl
SIGNOR JOSE D TILLAJTCSTA, of Ifadrrl;
Tfca are Diaoitirid rioaeotuel) at tea head af the Soar
artaclpal'leDarlai'Bta a, baae.atwtt: Hull nika.
B-aaaaatu, PantaaHaa and Ocwaia: ; fetter Ua lai-
STARS FROM THE SKIT BP STATU 1
SftM Eat O Btand, Oaasetta. th Crvarhrty,
htad. F.Oraeoed, A. PfhaiBaoa,
Or J L Taaon, Tnaas Fraah Bany,
flu cat! i l.tlkj CaarH Vaitera,
Jhm hlaHrtaai. Ta Votary Brotberi,
alaaarr Joha Barry, Ja"a VTard,
T- t ABdertaa, J. KotcawkUr,
Rtwai P- rry, peter Wktm.rt,
Pearr Piaears, Own da Jaaao.
THE STVB Of
RIXG, PAD AJ.D TSiCK HOiSES, '
I natality thj Baaat Ta Im tkot trer raed la aay Otrcaa.
CALLIOPE, or Steam Organ!
ar ra aaaer y or aa aaa-irea Br bo oa. aa ban
aaao a. a Fi.Be Foot afad tadikk ia certaaB ataia- of
ibe a'atjuBh' ie fee lea eiiVa, hi ouw itlatawl to the Fat-
ace Fieri. alKap-tB-r a .iff rent urt ..f aa aaair fraat She
a lata a. atat jt otaa, aaa Wki ian jaari tkvlr aa-
Ross' Seston Sthlopian Band
Barearea laaaaid at trait eaaeaar. U armta rr h
tabwewaartilaiai mtm, SMea, CBorw-. Barlw aai t, stc,
the ef o'laarreoof Koaro Jthta-ralay, ba th Rktttta
ELEftAXT COjrCEilT HALL.
OK THE BTKAVER RATMONB,
WkkA wilt alwar He aMHr w of ta Tjlse. Adstw-BaaatyMe.-BU
K3 Moreis. SaoMiBE h Hutm reapeclfatly can atlea
taaa ot Baaldrnli at to Rtr-r swa, waa coat. I a
Tint 'u WewO-'eaa tki waa'er to th natioalted at-
tractioaot ih-iraewaaaphltheat'ii tnat city, carrier ot
St. Ck -rWo-Starrt aad .mail Plaar.
M .TT FSsK.'S CAMPSE..I. MINSTRRtSt ttv as
prrredeoted CIHCtIS bow ..a the F LACE i th WON.
UK R PC I. rnRMia.nl VG BUtPaUKTa; that PAMQtTS
EE' LHR TBof. K. wllk aa M,lioa ..f EKLABIt'B
TOONS AMdRf-A. a Ball-I Treat mt Thirty AHKtM
Hboorlehratod MARSH'S JtTTEXILE OOMwaHANa,aad
rariir pecanar feaiare- are a aeea iBrro, aaa a-whrreei-eihotwtrv
r, in r. id am ilis.ao taatTBM
tora from tao katutar ca . atwar refer saw awdaW at
IM laloadid T iraire, ator- arl b t'er aad rarrr vaart-
tejaatra, at a ka- ari.-r (AbTl a oaty
at aay otkr Tke.tr. fm ctly.
For Saturday Night Reading,
KMCKERWOCEES far tfomhert
R0asaTLS MA3aZ:NE f ,r Moeoeaarr;
nRAtt.Vhrd M A4 tll.NE far Noeoaabef ;
GOOETa LAOT IMKMC tmr Neo..aerj
Pi RTBR-S Set it T 0PTHR TIMB-i, anataiatBC
fal a--e.SBt of the Area! Aav rtcas Tietvry;
TANSRB KarfMBi&lor Btabf
X vRFRrrs WERELT, Maweaaber 7:
NSW TORE LKMIt, .Vwr-mbrr It;
ALL TO' B E FOUND
Geo. T'atlison .Vc Co's.
TTITKC kM aaaoaated. lota, me pcrrnv a
XI HARwIN. aottc. it heiahr rlr-B to . nrruei ia.
deaaod to M frot ky Bote , r eob.aa'. la coaae larward
lmKiaural sBKi a laaiicawi e eaat a fron,-f
aad the aaanh1Bed M aPa astbarla -d to air rrooat
LiaeaacBarse of the iiabahtiM to tke ald ara.
B.rl5-w3Tl By ha taiarary K. B. Raataad.
Ajimu t juime :
BARRELS Kstn Ke. 1 I late fart taBatag.
J L OASE V 0i,
w Clr Feed Store.
T - i -r - i
XOW IS Y'.H'R TIME TO BUY YKRY I'HEiP '
IP y-,a waot .a 'draai.t PIA9ii, k-ani-.
taiiy lalaat wttb Bel. mi Oae MR-
LODBOS ry cheap for Caah, so
B Baoa'i Maaic tt -re
If yoi want a trial fx I 6VUTAR. iataat with p-sarl
aad leery, or a SB BANJO, W R- nton .
ir too waat a aoe VIOLIN. ACOIBDBO.V or FLC
TINA, Biuoo ha., tbem rert rhrap
If yoa waat s Sm PABLOR OR AX .o piy for danc
inr. co to Bmiot.'-. he ho eae in ears
-X rag waat all ot the 'ateat aad ri!l.-rvl7Mc.rl
PIAKOaBdrtVtTAR MtTSlC of the day. ISWJfgfel
X-i to Besaoa'. USSa
It yB waat s Oae art uf SAX ItOKNS hr Bras
saadi. Braaaa eaa tt yoa owt IB Sue orer, with Msatc
arraacrd; in fact, if yen waat rmy 'kht; la the Moete
Use, B aoa caa faraltn yoa wMa It at a Terr law price.
Itleau what I SHylF
X. B AR kred of Mffsn.V. ISSlRe2B.NT3 re
paitad with aetlaw aLd d&vtcti at
K. A. BR.VBOJT,
kn-lc Itore N'o. 33 Mats atreet, MemaknB, Tenn.
1 Afin OfXCHa Satpiwce Qtiarne, reet hrasd.
A J J J
- c w
wamated par, for sale rery law. ky
WARD & JONS6
f) B1RRRLS beat peweVred, for by
aoi tT -WARD & JOKES.
Sup. Cnrb. SdR.
fL ft KEGS kt tru, la a ale It
OU noTB-Sw WARJ1 A JOJTBd.
Snlces of all Klads. .
vrTTM EOSf Maoe, ChtaasMa, AL-e. ctorea, GrBfer,
i, BItek Pepper, era aad f raaati, fo- ale y
WARD A JOKES.
aorS-2w SS Hmm teet.
ECARMrCHArH,hai;.keawt limti of Ad
. ntislMtaawB on ihaeotataax Baocb Bala, dayd.
no ht's all pertoa hariad ti ayala.1 aoid Mtat.
aadaMprtaaBdeotedtBUaUte. ta ckbm forward
aad praest Iheer stalett aad- say h-!r laavbtedaca, or
they wtuhe doAltwitkacoaadl'Etolaw
nerMinV K. f A R Vtpfwi AI L," AE'v.
TBRrcoparaaett Bfp herriotar otttsrbtweeB R. P.
Oarus A Oo. . baa that day tweav dkunlnd. Th
Maaxrirera hardat baawht the entire latere.t of W. B
eakryntireR. F Ciiwt, tow bsHeou v ia th f.
tBre be nadaeted hr them at ihoeld aUad. So Mad.
laos atr-et. wbo are alM latraoled with tha attksseiit
of the Fw'ioox of It, F. Ctra & C
Doet.lm CAPRRS A MUTE.
r. 31 COFELABS- C tf. EDM OICDS E W. CALBWTU.
COPELAIVD, EDMONDS & CO.,
DeolenlaFlae "I WHOLESALE CStoreaajlSeil
Lienor A Olgr.
BuS-diyt NO. tt FRONT ROW. MRMPHJS.
JSricIc for Sale.
Qnn inn 0000 ' r
JUUtUUU tbotoiaitDBrc Aeera. at th. tun.
Ottrrretf at aay plfo ia the etty or rletntty, or the ma
terial raratahe i and work doo. A pply to
A. C. BHTTIS.
or-tra State-US' road. r.er the Bht Sortac.
1 STEE SAL'OOFJ
I0. 93 FRONT ROW,
Corner of TFasuinctou Street.
TtlK prourktorof thl- p -polar , rrr-
Saloon tat the pleatire ofVp 1 fcftv
auHeuTKirg to 11 patrons, aaap ' fcoA f fX 1
tto public geseralty, that it la mh,&r
now rrgaltrly oaea fi r tae n The Io er af tbeae
theH.Uw d, rested, rca'lurrd cr fried n Infed '
keeping UrgJtk, nd will farnbhbrUMdua-a. raa,
barret, al reaasoabt rair ooalSai
Y 1 vf I Ti-1 i , . - v. r. n ....
a nero boyoamed BARNS, aboat tarty.two J
Tearaozsic.aaa inira nre im tea to etcreatOMats'B
la heUnt ; rather of tttm Bake, aad fiat a i.ifm AS
hi Nretaad, I ttila. SH stzrs wa hired ot.wiMr.
A iron Bryaa, near thif pTace, and left without aay prt
Tucation, as 1 salt ntasd. I wHl five the atura rewatd
to y per soa tar hhApprthiastcn, if ttl.a wMhSttthel .
Rt.le .ti tlairiirraibllutuuU.lrh.S.n1'
tothaLLst aim. I hire .era- rpr.bi ores
dearemg t git to a tree St e.
JAS. it. GO WTNG.
ftJTlJ dltawit PUhttTiU, Stetty Co., Teria.
W. N. HUNT Jt CO.
$o,000 Worth of Cothintc
WK..W25. PilDlT "oaviiw ah. lamsaHL,
, ," SJ1- ' eRiaa, Wa. MKieaaa
tmimm. aaa vorur. wortk mt l
1 Xertheraar. i
r. . . . '
MB Pratk ' "
Veata, Paat, Ae.. Ac.
oe ao-Bire aad allaaal i
T" k a tjtrr.
, LI . .T... -. TT' aaa TBian aajakty.
erdM.Faayfioae41a Bw ' '
nOB. J. HARM kg,
Aeotloa a4 CmnianHa MMCfcaut.
rf m 3
For Whom it will Concern.
W?J?" " WT. kta. aa .atasr a-
V t)eaaMtt.X IXtmf iBUHrfawt:
I korr-k VTllf,;
- " Cauwaa Braady:
I 3n OrrMh-.-n aad I Lr;
? UST; " MSi
I OotSaa (Ha;
I I kaxta ScaMj RJU.
BTli.iat Aartlaaoar aad Rami B.ta tmnVf.
Clothing! CIoUtiBir! Drv Gflids!" "
M FRONT ROW.
OKTBtraseAT mni, rsta !fiiliiu,.ra en
"- f" - - 1 ri ha i at i
CfcMBiac , romMttac aa part ot t-latk, Baeket Ftoablac.
Boar aad PLst iHmvt ; Taan Caaak PaiSaa, oaa.:
eat. BroM aari Pnck Coat, ad tee tateet tyie Otafk.
Cmmtimni aad aatlaot aoat aVk, SJataa. Tatrat. Ctaak
mm TmBty V-4X. Swts Bnworo. aad Poaaaaaaaa;
hU ; w a aoaek of aoaawk. eaaakSae; laa: -ail
rr..aa w T ir, aba wan ko aokt a Mo to at taw
Hiesroes Xcgrocs .
T StlU. hw .taat FIRT NO. 1 XatlttQa
A rrrry TllaB, tor aaa a. mr Mart.
BorlS-tw AactjoBoar aad Neara keaaar.
OF bewtataef Sbe'Vy c. Aaawtaoa, decMord. at M
atao oa WM itaor, two mtim sreaa ako eat. I
wu.,i m nintuti, .iiiiaiii 3 oaeaaacaraaa mm
aocz, aa ta J ran, Xaaaa. gorao. Waaaa.
aaa. A A. a tor 14 of Oaaa, Oay
Aa, a kit of arod Vkrh Caw aad Cat,
ohaawrdkadot Itaaa, a am lot mt Tar?,
aaa, aad Oeae; a lata lot of iajaW atraMaw
i1" " ' lara km at ajaax ateaatti
rtewe, ", wraw Catter.. Ac i aikat aad aatcaaa
raxauar, ail so aaa arlr aw, wkth aaaay ilkn ar-
caah. BiABRiaT t.mnHVm, A5aaaaBht4Btct
C. C AKDER4v, AdBattraar.
A. rtiu'i, A-icl-aeer awrM'td
A fX) etuaor ia ar MtVred I. M tl a m
T.Bod HKtwaik.il, w aaila ooat af KeataaHa, aa
thn Seraaastown Flaok Rood, aad Ik aaaMa aad
Caarleotoa Retread. " -- r if hlak
oaadOraasodi'BC' all iat Senas, wtah it iql
t, mrm im a (ma piaaz f-ao. law la
aasa aaaarereaaenw, n.hard. orach. ,
aatBOi ifm Ta laapMi aaaaa. nailit ad a .
.table aad ana-boa aad aaartna, . a w csaawa.
ia iar ia (aad ta: water far ail the year.
Pr)atwtA(BaBodhawwaaMdawat talaok at
thM plaoe aa it win ke a Id arrraaaty oa r i.aaiali
teraa., alt haoaw, ar d .l.ad. or win be dtoaded a
three pa-ta aap-r atot of tea.; a aa aad koavl
wtl h aoM wltaeet rearrrr, ntrtteVOAr, Baa hMh of
Xrmi, at aa aoBth-weat eaaaa at Oaart aajaapa.
Kaeaatie, Teoa.. al II m-eimt k, A. M. TBI. ataaa aaW
sreei tadocamu, arlna; witkin tharty aahaaa of
Mpk ay ihe B iiliead, watch aoaMowaaiy Sr. aaao
ta th dr
TERMS Oar-ahtrd ob, bil.r. ia aa aad t t
wttkoat katc ei. ow, iaok .harp, aad tat foraat khe
hw. X O. CAJCS a StMf.
oet3-td AJCtioaeen mta Rul Bua. BroSart
Cbawfery Snlt; or
LASDS, .Ef.H0Bi, MKbBS,
Corn, Forder asd
IN partaaaoeof ad ore of hkeOiaa0eorTaaaea
coaaty. iiiaaiea 1 atlhe tw. r teraa aMiT.ofaaM
ooart, at Aaaea, at te it at Jaaaa B.
Jaw n Sea i hi. Adaatnlitrator' tt '
liernad. aad ether jaa-a M. Owes, I w a a
CoattB aoacawr oa TCHStaAT aad VI .VSaSAT, v
h aad 3th data of IMenaOar. MS?, oa Ih mil i
of Jaatr M. Owes, llrtta: M saile. wrt of Maaa,
oa th Bhiaaaila road, leaitnc to Cmauaei oe. aad adz
aulMtof CuasnnBi' Mbwaax aeooorty a wat:
Lawa. wt'lii, etchuea aad alaif a. (ta aad aH ka
awwaihipiaawFafraasatoa. (MB itaw li 111.
Taalcacooatr Vlereoai -Tweawy-twa alarm, aawa,
ii laina aid chutrao; Mai -Uiii. Wnama. Owa.
iwarr, aad Ftraraa; taapest at to the st -Beat aasaVr.
on tha i cah. the buliiaai of the aaiahiini ij Ba
kB saaai aaaaieat, aa one aad two paars, eaataaa
attiwal at the rest ef ehtat Bar aatt. awr aaatas.
law BBBow htad eosaprla a Br
Baak Tat ad Baioa, ats Btllra treat the riiiaatnia laaat.
IsaT, wltB a Bood nod theaata.
Bond wRk agarose ! raTttT, wPI he rroaTad, aBd a
IN GRAHAM ft LEES,
Wrooil ami Willow Wave.
ARE ertraeetrd. M Ewar t it ntot yoa aaa aehwdka
UBea" We wM Ml yoa why W-e
wortrlac . uaroetre atway, oa ha,twdS apio,
aad d the foareauaar ty oor csta-re. Oar aiaaai 1 1
atelatht Tfehay arahaad toll Bar nil a. aaa aaa cul
iy Peter at aai ebilEod to pay far Faa aaod.
Tea wilt Urrere at oae- pttteio that
No. 6 MoHrse striet.
$2,500 Worth of
HOSIERY AND GLOVES,
UNOF.RSHIRTS ANB OKAWERS.
GUNS AND PISTOL-,
VIOLINS AND GmTAHS,
FLUTES itiai ACCORDKOJfS,
FA NOV BASKETS,
TRIMMINGS, A. fec&c
THE aaore tcek at aow n ady rr laiimilaat at the
ABCtloa Soaae of T. J BARKIS, OT MaaMtreet,
aadia oacrrd to tb City .ud Otaatry Trade at Waate-
eh-ap 'or -a-h Bar la-tat
SHADES, Ac , at COST',
FOR CASH CaR i
aad aiake tot aetect ess fraat ah taiat ck eeer ot
tered la BrtsBM. H. M SROeWEdtOR.
Bbsewood Parlor Suits.
Tvw iraBiSiaTTg. R.ewoo-
t Parlor Sail F55I
tar JbH re- ff, loon
raaclac Is " " J
ynw. . em
atttntlos of parcbar. Frlora rery law, at kh aew
aad twoaeoae eatstUshatest
aerd MrKIVVBT Si wO
AXEsr ttjrv of Dedtl.ao. rery Bwo asd hmSiana,
t f Hber wtth B the dter-rrs i.Hatlio of Pi i as.
Bltarcwot as Oattaov Batraox Hreat Bat
art offered ta MrrAawera these tiirh ilotea. t
BovS McEtrf.VBT,& i
OCR aertaiewt ot Hah aad erstat
, fathti Bki FarBttsr eaaao- w-
i saved aether taaswtty r a.at-y.
1 Farttratar atttiatlaa W kaealed to a
f-w sets o' - ui rb cbatocter, aad Parkir FataltareBtaa
nfac'nr.tl .nNwTorkaad BtaaUator oar awa trad..
Yipors t ik etty seld not taa ka hk akreaah asr
uew an1 imateaee eefakaaksacst.
a rd McXItSNBT A OO.
Cheap Carpets, &c.
ME PAt.U. ,S Vefret Carpet ;
Taanwrr Veteet Carat ;
Taaeetry BrBtto: Garpeto ;
rmaerlal T9e -Pry Carpet ;
Bag lab tatraia Carpel ;
American lagrafcB Carpet' ;
Taeeot -y T Iret atr Carpet I
Taprotry Btaa -l stair Carpeta ;
TwUled Slatr Carpeta. S. t aad t-t paid wts;
Crm rrth. 3 t H 1 Ml 14 I, M-t aswM-t, dov
Sr-ar-u. Fntlsd aad guttata;
SOeer PkaM and Bra., tatr Rod.
Harlacarerr laiaw aad wellaorM atoekot ,
alt are aad re.h. aad kaaxat fce the In' I aai, w m
hatt the alteail a of parehaerta, aad Bkefae aauawre aa
tel gdada at a rery tav.ll p-ott aad aire ptttut aataB
taottoa fc all ca( a. CarpeU aadr aad patsVwa.
Mi ElHyXT As CO.
TIROCATELI.E. Satla Peralne. troratrd 1
Ij tea Daawtk, L'-eand Ma.Ua Cartaiaa.1
Jrdea, Bad Hoaaaa. Wiailow Corskea, Cattaaa Baada
aadPia. Erery arttcie ot gaow aad TrlaiailaiB Been .
.ary t. oeconte a Oottaxs or Paiaee. t),timulBr seat
CartaM Hasztai; exeeatod by aa cxaorleaawd etkaAB
trast Xew Tork OHr.
bot6 KcKIVKRT A 98.
1,000 Boxes Tobacco,
rBJT BBterred fro the best wa.aractarot aaTU
giata, asd for fair lai r iba" r to the trad.
Wt wlt dapir-v- toy Xonhen or Bateja kal I nth I
ia the ut Iwrlre meats wath iae na ox kat
qoainr awd, freaa ase to ae hsafud Wn
a. 13-11 J. B. SHARPC h OO.
Pianos,. Keledeons, Furniture,
I HAVE sn ndornot ,
I wtth rtvaredkntts, rroo S
ItBONatta.waen I M
1 ukta maeh aalaa la i
lectio tnperlor atMrta-Bt of Planae Fnraiti r. Oat
u, Canaln cjoode, SAyuret, Ae , wbieh I a aow re
eeirtiig aod ,-BerUU to all who afeate to taw sat with
their ptlroBige My eareeat wtah it I fsraa aped, ar
ticles at rea?aahe price
I hare eBgaged Proferaer C P. VINELER, wh wkR
attend to ali order for liFiNt aed ippalri.g lB.trTHoeeta
aad wair on thoee who f.ror ate wnh a eali.
All kind of Mattreaee marw to eNer.
H M. SROSTEKOR,
teplTia gBMora ttmrt.
TO BE HAD AT THE PRBMITCf.
mm MID SAD D LERY
231 MAIN-ST., OPP. COURT SQUARE.
YIE are now maasfactnrinr
I V aad keep ca tmily oo
haad the larr-a- and bee a.
mrledMock of artgnodi la ear
Hue erer ceTetvd is Mratakl.
Al., GIN BANKS ft erety
descrlptlea. ta a I of which we
larite tbe atteatloa et-psreb-aers,
at we.caa asd wtH H1 for
mmh or Breatpt pay aa c eta aa
the cheapest. a-t (aaraaAi aa-
lire utttlKtien. Xraarrise
premp'rr attended to and w,k and to ordkr.
BerSdtw FwRB, BB6BIR A CO.
NUESE E Y.
A T2 Ji0RSSRr aa Main tttaat, Saath
i .?i5t " x (aad tufeay of
FR01T TREES, CjniWhJi ,f
D WARES, aal
B If LBS
RHBBA5B D.AtP-' AGrS ROOT .
Allaat sWramedTo o a OrUrs fr a tree
paactBiBy aiteadod to, ant darrcrcd la aa , a - o th
dty rre of chars. sotLV&a