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i t r usttsm Eirexotiso HEximma to tub
OrrtCC MBIT BE BEOItTEKKO, OTHERWISE THE
rumtmi wiu sot hold themsclves he
sroKtisu: rea aht i-ojiei that jut occck.
E!w the tuiS p;a.ib ro. niui ttscwci)
M EMPHI S .
TZIBAT XWUfETG. gOVESBER'SO, I8J7
, .ZA'SES lil TEHKESSBS.
Ia ahnjttktisaa of this .oelg'i paper
2lpca -(fei'H reparted by Mr. Wilson,
ctiairtaa ef Ute Committee oa Banks, far tbf
TsaU 'npn nf hanks (tod barAlrin this Stale.
Mr V twax atateJ that WH was netclaira-
ed by J
cMiaittee as being perfect In its
be was -ubtsHted to the LfgwU
ft of coarse, to such affiwximeals at
deefxed necessary to a ystem of
. cS wMbs'. wore perfectly the pb-
iic w -erMt ea wt ilinwfu. We snail take c
tista to o$ sasiexMMMiiU and ettegtioas
t-uch , axU 'aac(9.iN a batter digested tarn,
th ml rfwwe WrritoUhtaniHg. Tiiere
art Wii I oaajtwit ft tirfffnjao wtilcli, uo
lees qkj)e, caff l give df3Usfe
tioa Utteiieanalc of tbe State. Tfeeae we thai)
endeavor to elocaUta.
Taumsls Law. lathe ease of fee young
Cabno Catera,, convicted ia one of tits courts
of luaMia a fow r of rfce man-
aUutbcaror,OtcABJc GtANBt-AL, toe Jtadge
of fee caart HM nWa la sis charge a very
rateable prtoetoSe of law, one that has always
be-R raeagaixetf as of uadaufcaM authority, bat
wbick is eeMoa act'unuat, tiwufa io these
days, "iebm re practice of eurfieg deadly
vrapaaJii8 p-onee almost unirersal, i'.a ap
plication tasraady seeded. The idols of 4ais
case wn iapW feetes -A qvrtrrel bad oc-
c rred Wotiwa roving men hi (fee oftee boob ;
in the evoaics; Ueva. iBterceptee Graxdval
ar.d eosMMaead as assault upon bin; in the
aff-ay a piste, wfetch Cbcta was ia Ibe
habit of cactfiaeia a beat at Ms side, wasaKs-rtiar-'nt,
aatf Qraxbtal shot tbroutb the head,
the defeat aoatoeded that thediseharge of the
pitted was McMeatal, caawel by the faB of
bo h parties whilst eMadKd, -to the roaad.
Ia new of Ua theoty tfee.law was laid down :
" I said th JHe, j Co eta cooBeaced ibe
a Mffc. tot-adiaa; wily to ee the eaae, and ia
th sctfl! t oa foot by hiaasalf the loaded
prtol weh he had upoa Ms persoa, aecidea
taVy espMd and eaased death, he was guilty
of ajnaniifht r, becaase the death reeolted
froaa hh-aiaeaaptod exeoatioa of aa aalawful
art " Taii ia the law that we seed strktly
adssiaaftored ia twj case -wbereia deadly
weapatsa ata aaed. A parsaar who, tha meri,
gli tato a canM et, aat be prepared to stand
all the aoaiwjai aces af the iateotiotial or aeri
dentai aaaaC hb weapon. The, dectriae laid
dowa to she Jadge's eharce apaa this poiat,
oatht toha wattaadentead by these nho ia
dufce ia the repreheoelWe practice of carryjag
The totilBl aari froaa Oregoa is to'the 8tb
alt. The CasmlalBtTiiiU Coaeatiahasciesed
Hs tmjtoa, and the WW Oaaatftutioa was to fee
suiiaHlid to the people far ratification, the
9Ji of forester. The Saa Frasefeto Glele
1V aefaedole prerides that each eeector
wIwobT-ts to-wots apoo tbii CoaeUtotiaa eball
be aakd hf the pidges of the ele:ttoa, this
qaesajR--lto yaa vote for the Coaetitatiao,
yes or Mar1 Aad this question 'Do yoa
ve fha'alavary to Oregoa, yea or ito? Aadateo
th4 fjweoti Bo yoa vote for free negroes ia
Orrroa. yr or ao And i i the poll 'book 8
eball he cotoaidB head reepeetrvely Cottnti u
tion, jea;" Oaltotion,ijo?"&laerv,ee;'
'Slarary, o?'Free Negroes, yes;"ftee Ke
i4e,o?' Aad the aaBs of tae eectots
shall he catered in the poll books, together
with their anowers to the said qoeat.oBs oader
their apjiaptiate heads.
If thca Coamtawtioa ahall be accepted by the
eleeto"e,aad a aMjortty of all the rotes pvea
for ar aeaiast slaTery, shall be girea for
ciarar , ttea the faUowiae; section shall be
ad W "i the BiH of Rights, aad shall be part
af lbs Cntitattoo:
'St ti - . "arjoaahwfaHy bald as slaeee
in auk a ', Tintory, or District of the Doi
ted - -'t avder the laws thereof, my be
br-Mf:ii iir.a '.Uit States, and saeb slaves and
th'ir 'ce-i.'ams suy be held as slaves withiit
Ihitk ate, ai.d E&all aet be aaaaacipatod with
ou L- r iii9i.t of their owners.'
An 'fa ori'jorr'y of -orb votes shall W
rivei 5t .lirery, then die toitgaiug sec
Uu it i u', b'lt the following section shall
be mu-: d ;o ibe Bill of Rajhto, aad staall he a
part if hte Ceitotioa:
'tl'!' il be neither ate vary nor tovolua
tary civ: iie in tbii State, otherwise than as
a a "jmrit for criaae, whereof the party
aiaB h .r b-ea d'tly coavicted.'
A'. . 1 a latjarity of ail the votes givea for
ad i-4'i.; free neroeaaball bextvoa aainot
free 'be folioaing section shall be
a Me' 3- i cf Bights and shall ha part
of lb C a.rutioa:
S? c . So iree neajro or aatrfatto, aa'. re
s d d -i triis S ate at the lime of this Coaeti
t r.'o. , s'jaM came, reside, or oe withta thin
b(U. j' b-l iuy rial eti"-, or make y ron
traete oiit Uin any tuit therein : aad the
LcHI--" .v Assembly shall provide by pesa
Uwa. ! jr i be ie moral, by pabh- aaS-er, of all
8 ich : ;r-Fi aad eaatattos. and for their effet
imI exr.mifMifroai this Stat, end for the puo
iahaiFu of p-roi.3 wh? shall briaj; tboae isto
the S.aie, or employ or harbor tfaeaa thfriin "
Politics atd RtuetoN. The New York
Fvmmr'i-it a " reitpoai " paper, paWashes a
letter, ?2'ed Concord, K. H., ia which the
Ir N-w nzland It will hw iwat a
qufloti " tor the churches to decide, whether a
0a-r' r,,j,l b-; received i-.'o the church or
b- ll- J :o "ia in tt wicaoat diaeiplnie.
Arco ' -e ic th- omaoB iiUr..r" attoaof the
la dece oo of the Supreme Court thaai who
eadorsi- Ijv Uietr votes of Uieu n.Saeace are
daae aii i" thear powar to nvi the ehatoa of
of the 'arc, to make seritud icvoteataty.
ppro r aenri'ode the eoraer etaaai of
lia ioMl governaimt, aad at taw mim d lama i to
a -h- iaa4Mtonof artce.' ffjr Apoe
ti aa' ae;ed to iai'eate that those w o - ap
jfovc'cf i tli Utiug are more eailty that
tie wv. -io bm. Oar charitei eataK tol
era'e t'e'i'-wchip with atavobold'ra ; Indeed,
rome ci -r; tten ouaar tLir .u4 m frit ty
aesictxtire wm or eorreaporwi wna taoe
whoe t'eeot to mt warn tbea as eqiale. fcf
Cnrar ia -.n a "be iSoftnj ciacv. m (eactfa!ly
vrtUfm o-lete fraeath54.,hovaaBBey
foiera-e f tr m bthrac bo p, rv afth
iTtaeir ;t xh r dlft, ani voe aathey
xve i . eraat aaa cJbCHii -c i)vi'.,n of
the as -. ' rr. aepectaf theqaesttoa iarisic;
is WM f "
The - Tark CWmeMroai. in referring to
ttmrrt--' at . illiberal .eisT.p'Jxi cf ecde
iniath a' powr. aad to the fur.' r fact that a
S:-;t iieaeoa was expelied from a
chrd. " i i.i;ta a fctr Uyt aa. beeaae he
voted 'oe rnt4 for Preofeent, and there
by alf'-i Tbe ciaa? af stavrry, very jaatl it
sarka "S.-b T'-' jvro iaaaounp'tOMof the richt
to die t- - -;ii, to mLirh poliUrai party
be than aad to make In political
, !- i e of hie ffn'citnnahip everr
oaa ir.'ij a spafc of iaaefi'ii-eLc- i" biabreaoi 1
wl ra' . 'a eofitetDp: ttiey deaerve.
Br th ff-e of en-h aarucu'ona wrll be to
ceetaoy recpec: eqajtllfXtr ro.h;iaa. Pa minis
ters a; "i4.i ai.ee. U'luv-r reajir tovea
r-iinan and Vir a aoperpetoHy of the eharoh,
exene t taaeK at aoce to emeh aucb a pra-'
fcr.ptiv" a "it, and KiUeaapha'iciIl) dcooance
the aasuxp-tj , wbich it itopli-a "
Hue M rT. Tbe following extract we
cut from a Io tg and ioterettitg ronniiicatton'
oa the c"ir ncy queotion, pubiiahed us th Bos
ton P 5
Ism 'but the merchant vrht etttdies the
science f proieesion, ia ihenght to be
wastn; t oe I am aware of 'be pteaeat un
prp its"" of inv ewn vievr - bu I know fall
we tiff our merrhaaf bat nnilnrstood th na
ture f n.o-). a d wbatafffts ail de'ermtnee
i-simie dut value, that w ahouio have fifty
limlio i 'f ' lUre rotn in Msm- rbuots. tatre
tbna we ; o-eeea this day, bv hzvtog saW that
a '.diti' wi au sunt of iaaauJacres a .d ag.i
ruitural pio.lucte out of tbe S ate that we
b uV ti-e to bundled and fifiy milHooe
J4 of iPt ewwa: h pople of ibe u e,
tact ilka tt en t: regaled 4ebt upon db 1
bv iti f the abnee of a.onr . aj hu.i.
r"e, f in "he family snp; ort of b b'itrbr,
UaUr ai.tl true- r, U the fc-avicat eo-r.nwr.nl
opr m'I bn-ij; tranoaded by an exchange
or , b.th precludes Ibe use of moner
So'bi. i-in ?oeeSS value without us. Money
gnee, 't T-ffv-e, uinere It bs mnre nee ard
jc--e-jio; atoe, and leaves us alwaps op-pr-eii
m itli debt and with h avy imports in
If is worth one per coat, in Eaeiend
Ei-re "hir here,ii u-atmr-'y. oi cause we have
o r tii. iKor of ami-iicy in reh'ior. to
eoma-o'i 'es tla;. in Enebl d Commerre dis
eooara thU (ilffTence imeoeift lv ar.d takes
the gold. We drive off the gold whet, we in
creaa? the'eirrency, by excaaneios; a.tt with
thehnfca. aad we brine it back when tbev re-
djcthe Lunancy by Use e-onuactioopf their
ioena. Kointat;ne ptauter wenrass fact,
and Twhwe is nvrto ar mind than all
the tremenoous tita we suffer now, are owing
r. . .
U Je te-.oriirf-e ana iomv w our people IB
suppostrsg taar am meats goon noney.
The mre we reduce the vohtme of the enr-
reocy tbe more valuable is oer money tbe
jane rriolF will ue eoia reran !Be more
rxteis:ve will fe "-ir rxpor; trade, and cosum-q-jent
emp'oyatent of navigation, and the
greater the prodoc'toa, buines and weatth
of the coaniry. Wbnn th paid shall have
beeri gufcstitnted f-r the banfe monev. cash wiH
takt the pbec of credit ia n arly all the trans
ufonaf trdne iutereat will fall to an ex
uemeJ'low rale, and the bar of tbe untiao
remeto toraneT "j
v. Tvoirfcf.oresJtb an prevent us frota ob-
.reliTk:j:'Jif we will sire it
" ralal in vwJTptpTvniu lopty it th thtory
fit mff Jl noiCWiu fuel..
"CHA'RTES R. CARROLL.
Political Joget in KitsUilppL
rer the Jlrarlil Irpeu.l
5lBfEs. Editoss: Tbe annoimcement'of
cs Ddtdatts for jadges, district attorneys, sher
iffs, iadicaUs that the time Is fast ap-
proachlng when tbe people of oar Stale will be
called apod to select their Jadiclitl and ministe
rial officers ; and I desire, through tbe columns
of your paper, to present some views to our
Democratic brethrepjapon this subject. Tbe
Atpeax bas made asch a character with oar
people for honesty, ability and truthfulness,
that it circulates more widely and is looked for
more anxiously in North Misaiseipjil than any
ether paper in the Union, and this most be my
excuse-for asking to burden its columns with
Mississippi matter. The amendments which
Wave recently been made to oar constitution
have chatged tbe time, of holding our elections
from November to October, aad have separated
he judicial and ministerial elections from
these that may more properly be called politi
cal; 89 that now they come off In different
years. One great advantage to be derived from
this will be the greater ease and certainty in
holding oar electloas. Heretofore tbe nomber
of offices to be ailed, and of persons voted for
at every general election, wag so great lhat the
duty of holding tbe election was not only very
oaeroas to the judges, clerks, and all parties
concerned thereto, but it was alsa exceed! oglj
difficult to keep correct accounts and make out
accurate returns of the electiea. This evil
has been corrected by the amendments ; and
another, to which I desire to call attention,
may alto now be readily corrected. Under the
old system, the Democracy, who have always
fdaght "for principles, not men," have goffered
their whole attention to be engrossed ia carry
ing the political elections, io which party prin
ciples were involved, and have prssledthem
aeJv.tQbaawibHed oat of the judicial and
ministerial offices which par, bj the altering
.cry, kfpecrititaHy rail id by WWea and Know
Xothtogs, that merit and oaoiVScattoa stoat
abould be tbe test in aach elections. They
have always eljiraed, with Daniel Webster,
thatiheir party ceaeed all tbe decency and
talent af tbe country, and they hoped, with
each a test, to be able to secure all the omces
to the Sate. The Democracy, ia the simplici
ty of their hearts, accepted tbe test, and have
heea grossly swindled by their opponents, as
the history of North .Mississippi wiH abundant
Take, for instance, the Third Supreme Court
District, wbich comprises North Mississippi,
and contains the greit balk of the Democracy
of tbe State. In this is contained the old
Seventh Circuit Court District, which was kmc
identical with the First Congressional District,
and which has bees so long and so largely De
mocratic. It this District, from Its first organi
zation In IS36, until now, we have had but one
Democratic jade, Hon. J. 31 Howry, who held
only one term, and was beaten at tbe next elec
tion. Now let as take a retrospective view of
the different candidates aad see if merit and
efir(rea oiese have taSoeaeed the elections.
Iathofeat race F. W. Haling wis ejected ;
certainly a good hearted man, bat by bo means
a Mansfield, aad who, tradKtoa says, deMgbted
most in deciding those cases in which he could
enter-" Plea withdrawn and Judgment." His
appsnents were Felix Walker and Roger Bar
ton the last of whom was not only far supe
rior to Haling is every essential reqaisite of
tbe lawyer and tbe judge, but who was admitted
by aH who knew him to be one of tbe ablest
lawyers of his day and generation Barton
was a Democrat, Hiding a Whig. J. M. Howry,
a Democrat, an able lawyer aad a sound judge,
as next elected; bathe hM only one term,
and was defeated at the aext election by a
Whig, Hon. H. R. Wilier, who was then a young 1
and comparatively unknown man. At tbe
next etoetieo Judge MHIer was re-elected ever
the Hon. N. S. Prke, a Democrat and a lawyer,
who in the criminal practice stood next to
Barton, and as a special pleader had no Boperior
in the District. Judge Milter deciiaed a re
election and was saeceeded by the present in
cumbent, Hon. P. T. Scruggs, who, wdten
elected, was an open and avowed Whig, and
who defeated Thoeapsoe and Fontain, upon
wfaosa the Democratic vote was divided. As
the contest waB comparatively recent, and as
some of tbe same parties may be engaged in
the race soon to eoae off, delicacy forbids any
commentary upon their merit and osai jicaf iota.
The present Sapreme Judge from this District,
Hon. E. S. Fisher, a Whig, when comparativelr
an nnkoown lawyer, was elected over Hon. A.
M. Clayton, a Democrat who had presided on
the Sapreme Court Beach far twelve years
with ability and reputation eecood only
Chief Justice Sharkey.
The history et the Vtoe Chancellors of the
Northern Dretrtet, which Is esfwiaaal ia this
same strongly Democratic region, have neon,
if poeeiple, atiil more rauaarkaMe.
Hon. Henry Dickenson hold the aence of Vice
Chancellor for a period of twniVa years, and
was elected three soeeaeeixe lianas over ancb
men as Joe. W. Chahnsra, Ja. F. Trotter,
aad our present Consul at Havana, A. K
Wynne; men wne aeyoaa an amaaon were
boot than hie equal ia legal learning aad abil
ity, and in merit aad analificationa for Vice
Chancellor. And daring this tisae the Diatrtot
Attorneyship of the Senuth District was held
by John W. Thompson, hmm a Whig, for twelve
rears, and so I might go and multiply inatan
ce-i alasoit inaamernWe of me riffs, probate
jnde.ee, clerk, and in fact of all the jadicitl and
ministerial ehfcee, mowing that Democrats
have nearly always been beaten by their oppo
nent. The otd trick, by which our opponanta
have most aaaatly saeceeded, is by inducing ae
many Democrat aa paeetbie to ran for each
ofiee, white they unite apon ane maa and elect
him. Tbie can, aad eagfat to b: remedied, by
hsldtLg proper conventions and making proper
nominations for an district and county oeacee.
Lt oar party sotoct good men aad we arc aura
Tbe cry that we wM bare jmHttcut j4gts, is
ahnghaar which the people ha ve can s d to'foar.
They have learned to appreciate the drffertixe
halinan a pehtiml j4ge and one who is elect
ed or p pitted by Ms pottticai Iritndj, and t
know that it done not neceaiarfly foOovr that a
tnan thai elected or appointed shsnld be a poli
tteUn a the bench.
Ia my next I writ shnw that, both In England
and America, politics have always been made
oa of the testa in selecting man tor tbe highest
foaecta! otatk,:.?, and that the pmtondad fear of
pntftical judges, -which some of our Know-
Kathteg brethren have, Is mere s-tfsb hypoc-
X XOatK v
Tbe Xatatesi Beatcratie Party,
IHh tee Mints mii ) Atrtt.r
A dtotinroished geatleaaan of this S'ate, and
for Btaay yaars af the eWMHdtien party, re-
totrkad to s the other da that If the National
Dem erratic party, as now organized, cooH not
aaoe the country, th fate of the KapuMtc was
sealed. At the eeme time be svowed a full
to tta nnat and noteer to preserve lbs
Const it nt inn and the Union. No iuteliiaant.
patristic tiUson, can hoid any ether Bentuaeiit
in the premtow. Alany eteH co-eperatitsg with
oppowiaou ar me norm ana satttb woJ-j
speak oat aa plainly, b.it for the banefal in
fluence of lu:-cbaebed prejudieei. We be-Here-
that tbVfr paVtotiMn wtil et cot 'he maa
ery and place them til their true position, even
af it pat them in tbe ranfcs of a party against
which they have contended all their lives. Bn
dencea of the nationality ef the Democratic
prty are heenmisg too ansMioos and smlnable
to b resisted always br even the most preju-dic-d.
What Judge Niebitt, of Genrgia, ac
kr.oHledavtd last year io such eloquent and
jutaful wutda,is becoming plainer every daj
that Ute Democratic party was the M l)
national party which tire troubles of the ttmee
had left to huneat men."
Truly do tbe destinies af the Republic at
this tun- reet e'-lelv whh tbe National Demo
cratiepartT. No Southen. man, however bit
terly uppuatd to that party, can view tbe Black
Republican party of the North and Weat, as
anything but a wicked, fa u tie I, nocjostita.
t!ora',dinatoo nart, determined on tbe degra
dation of (he Santh, at the exane of tbe
ijonor and giory of the .coaatry. He sees fur
ther, 'bat that is tbe oty opposing political
organization in the free States to the D-mo-cratic
party, having absorbed almost entirely
the large body of Knew-Nothines that pre
en'ed so formidable a front ia 1S54 aud 1866
Itiie fart is patent to all So it ben. men. And
wbatevor of strength tbe Know-Notbtnf of i
tr.e b exhibited last year, the recent eiec
tiona the past aiininwr show bas disappeared.
Evea if it had proved to he many feid as great,
iM. being reetrieted to the Sooth, it eooid cot
eu awkei anttonal organization. But the
most earelss observer cannot have failed to
noiie. the fact that tbe Democratic party baa
sa organization la ever? Hint, jt i.
couc t si, every State, upon the same basis of!
coosJtutioual prlneiptmpon the question of !
" ,n bontb, not as a
oi inetitotien, but aa a constitatieaal nea
Uon. a surprising unanimity
The true patriots of tb, country in everv
aactws must rejoice that thia Democratic nartv
apprsetetee tbe reson. bility of rts position,
and is resoled upon reahuui tUir exn-ctai
taoM. Nothing has gratified na ae much aa tbe
Te-annneiaOen of tbe soucdeet prHteipte, bv the
tforthern Demorraey In all of their aute and'
eonaty eonventtoiM this year. Dnoo uV
ptafnima, too, they have nobly foocht their
battles, in eoae States against overwtietsitBo
d.ia. The reaalts have jattified tbe bones an4
mere tbe jst rewards of nebting for principle.
If they did not overcome the heavy Black Re
pnblleH Majorities of last vear in every ln
starcc, and rescue tbe State" frota tbe fanatics,
they cat down the old majority and are consid
erably ettencthoned for the Moantest. Look
a the gratllyine restiHa io Now Harapsbire,
Verm oat, Conflerllcut, Iowa and Maine. Next
moattj tne eleaions in uato, f eanjylrania akd
. i? . WbeB 'P'PeiPffromibealeiof stock amounts toeSOOO
Ere that the National rurtir rlll mr - 1 . n rJnTi .
v A vi
iv maia jvTjuucoiHcm. n e nave lean
their resolutlsna contalnii.g their principles
a?lthiplasure,ar.d know haw rqnsrely their
ineaterartil nref9's are standine up to tbem.
Those Democrats maY be very rotftu lp tbe es
timation of SoutherarftCno w-Nothlnga, but their
declarations made is-lhe face of violent Black
Republican communities, exhibit such eound
neai as we hope will always cha'acterlie them.
We don't ask thtmto take any stronger ground,
as Northern men. With slavery as a social in
stitution, we do net expect or require them to
aree with u. But upon the eonatitutional
rfgtlls of the Befctb, we do require their agree
ment as a basis of our national org nlia tion,
and tbtlr present unequivocal platform or
principle areto the point. If we bad the space
we would give toorepf theirrrsolutions, but in
sert from those of the Pennsylvania Democra-
Lcy as a fair sample of all.tue Northern States
tbey are subjoined.
Our honest conviction is that if the National
Democratic party remains firm aad true t" its
present constitutional ground, the battle of I860
will be more than half foucht ere that year
rolls around. It will be enabled to opto the
eyes of the masses of th? North f-illy t the
base deception of the Black R'publiran lead
er, and secure eueh a rebuke to tbem as will
prove a waraixg to such demagogues for all
time to come. Read the resolutions of the
Rtotetd. That tbe Territory of the people of
tbe United States, woo by tbe expenditure of a
common blood and a common treasury, is the
common property of tbe citizens of every State
in me conreaeraey, ana tue uetnocratlc party
proclaim it to be their uoernnraia and fixed
determlnatiop, to prevent enactmentof any law,
aad to allay the sgl'ation of any qeestSon wblrh
aas a tenjeury io impece tue ctt.zeo of ant-
State in the free exercise of all the Tie hts pnar-
asiUed to bim bv the Cocstituttou of Li Mate
aad of the Uaited States ; or in the eujoj meot
ia the United S ates of any property recognized
nndar either of those instruments.
jmotvtit, iiiat as a part of this vital nrincl-
ple.above declared, we bold that Cwgrrsa has
no jurisdiction whatever over the institution of
slavery la the s veral Stafs of tbe Uhlon
That it has no right to do indirectly that which
it cannot do directly, and that the" agitation In
ioogress or otnerwier. or me auMet of slave
ry, in reUttou to the Territories belonging to
we people of all the btatee, as a means, or wi h
a view of disturbing or overthrowing tbe insti
tution In any of the States, is against tbe true
spirit of the Constitution, an infriigement of
tbe rights of the Slates affected, and a gross
areata or toe puMtc raitn on whfc-b they enter
ed into the Confederacy ; and that every per-
'daa.epgagM therein, whslher under the sarb
ei' a munstsr el tne uospei, or the paid agent
and emissary ef the British people, is a traitor
to this country and an infidel to his Cod.
Baltimore and Ohio Ruls.od By tbe
special courtesy of Dr. Woo4suie, 'Master of
Transportation oo the Baltimore and Ohio
Rtilroad, we received last evening aa advance
copy of the proof-sheets of bis furthcoming re-
port oi uic operdiiDns ui iuc xijuivpariftiiui
Department of that great line, for the year eud
or 3kb. on tbe fiisl of October.
We condense tbe followin; statements and
points of Interest :
The revenue from passengers on tbe main
stem f Biltimore to Wheeling) was $i2l6.
beiog an increase of S5Q3S2 over the previous
year. The passenger receipts of tbe Grafton
aad Parkersbarg branch were $16,117, and for
Tbe iDcreas of total revenue for the fiscal
vear has been $305 421, which being ad'led to
the increase oa th Washington City branch
makes an segregate increase of $315 tu I.
Among tbe reliances of the Cosipauy for as
increase of its passenger earnings, ts the grew,
ine sentiment of frienuliness between tbe peo
ple of Baltimore and those of the Great West,
of which so many evidences were seen io he
ctlebra'iosof the opening of the Clio and Mis
sisnippi road. rsimnKaueously with the Cincin
lati and Marietta and tbe Northwestern Vir
ginia Roads That occasion, indeed, was one
in whieh die true greatness ef tbe Baltimore
and Ohio Road was generally observed, and
commented upon by the many intelligent par
ticipants wno oao gamerea at tne great cen
tres of Cincinnati and St. Louis, and of which
the heneiieiiil inilaence has been alreadr sensi
bly felt in the interest thus awakened in the
The peculiar advantages of the road, in re
ference to its direct communication both from
the East and the West with tbe healthful re
giona of tbe AHegbanies, are also becoming
rapidly availed of by those who court tbe purr
atmospoere ana toe rare scenery -Jiac rentier a
summer sojo.irn there so desirable, ine new
ly established hotels and dining halls material
ly add to tbe substantial success of the line ae
a passenger rente, having afforded maruea sat
isfaction to tbe travelers who have experienced
toe comforts iney anora.
A large portion of the increase of through
travel is found in the tickets between New
York and the far West, tbe advantages present
ei for that business by this rsad continuing to
attract a growing share of tbe passengers es
pecially to and from Cincinnati and St. Louis,
and ine great &oatnwe&c utsciusalt uam
Andrew JoHNto.v. Tbts gentleman bas re
cently been elected United States benator bi
the Legislature of Tenneefee. in the place of
Gov. Jones, a Whitr. Andrew Johnson mast
be an aKtraordinary man, -or he has extraordi
nary Ineat. About thirty years ago he was a
ioornevman tailor, at Lanrens Court Hense.
South Carolina, working with Mr. Denton, of
that place. When eighteen years old be could
neither read nor write, lie moves! to Green
ville. Tennessee, on foot, where be opened i
shop as a tailor, joined a debating dub, made
apeecnes, ana sawwea taunt, lie was electee
in a few years a member of Ibe Legislature
then a member of Congress, where be served
many yMra Iwn ar-thue.rearsL since he was
elected Uorerner or the State of Tennessee
and is now United States senator.
Whin, washing; at Laurens Court House as
a journeyman tailor, be fen ia love with a giri
ia the neighborhood and courted her. Governoi
Johnson tells the story himself. The. young
lady "saw souMthbf more in Andy .then hei
mobr was able to diacern. She engaged her
self to him, provided he con Id get her mother's
consent. Ai dy wmt on Sunday to speak to
the old lady. His heart failed bim tilt toward
nigh, wliei. be mastered up courage and pooped
the qnestio.i to the mother. He says she broke
out on bra in a meet terrible tirade of abuee.
and said, 'yoa tr.fiing, worthiest vgbond.io
yoa sapp"g- I am avdpg to let my daughter
marry a wanoerii.g journeyman mi lor ! I know
what you want you are too lazy to work, aim
yoa are after my property 1" Tbe Govraoi
said the old womaa bad four children and three
negroes ! This was her fortune, laut'erd'
t-pir Andy returned to tbe village mortified a-d
eres'-ralta. lie letermtoed to quit the place
and f srge bis love, after meeting with such
scorn and contempt from tbe mother.
It soaie-imes happens that yon ng girls hav
a weeper instgiK into cnaracter tnan tneir pa
rents. It was tbe rase, as Col. Benton ac
knowledges, with Jessie, when she ran off with
UoL Mremont and got mimed, very modi
against the wisfces of her f thr and mother
Bur Miss W did net have the earns self-will,
or uie easae a hid tec eonfe-Jenre m her judgment
nan mv, war miss .Benton Dad. Sue was
afraid to encounter that indignation and tower-
i-g ii incur wanes Has sa nvctinHj- cowt
Amrf. rye do not imow, however, that And
had courage enesgb to raak tbe proposition t
nii oef with b'r. If he did it w-4 reiectd
Mow different would have been her fate If Mis
W had taken courage and encouatered tbe
irowta of her mother 1 laetead of being tbe
wite or some poor. piotMing, unfortunate man.
as she prvbabiy is, she wsM bare bees tbe
wire of a uovernoc ana united states Senator,
ae mtsusss ot reremootes at nauivttle, ard a
conapicnoas member of the gay aad fashionable
society of Washington. GntvtiUt (S. C.)
As Iscc.NDiAar Case. Tae Philadelphia
correspondent ef the Jtaitlmsre Sun mentions
the fettowtog circumstance that occurred in
Philadelphia an Friday last:
" About one o'clock yesterday raoraing officer
Andrew Donohae, while going his rounds ii.
the t went) -fourth ward, heard land snoring in
the Union hose house, at Garden and Tbirty
Iftfa streets. He obtained admission to Ibe
place, and grojdog his way in the dark to the
stove, lighted a match, and by the light thu
afforded he saw eix young men lying around,
sound asleep. The oaScer sumired Lis light tc
go out, aad when a boat to grope his way back
to tbe door he heard a knork upon tbe latter.
Rie knock was repeated three times, when tbe
door was apsned by one of tbe party inebie
and a yam g maantehed in ia great baete and
said, " Come, boys, wake up and get ready for
a run ; I have started a lire and ft will be going
in five minutes." The Mlt-confessed iuesn
diary, who bad imparted same information in
an under tone to one ot the party, then started
out again followed by the officer, who had con
cealed his star. After going about a sq-iare
nho young man stopped, and aftrr looking in
the direction of some frame buildings, tnroed
back and rematked to the offi-er, with at s is
peetinc who ho was, that " the d d thing
woaMu't go; it had not sought rlfbt." The
fellow then went back to the bose-bouie, while
ojfteer Donohue procured tbe assistance of
Sergeant Simpean aad olieer Nolan, and pre
eeedlBg to the bose-bwee ibey captured the
entire party. Jnst as they were about making
the arrest they discovered tbe fire breaking tut
in a low of small frame dwellings at Haver-
fscdaud Thirty-fifth stiests. One of the party,
jotto was wstl known, waa f uflVed to jwnd
extinguish tbe fire, and he was afterwards
tali en into custody.
' Tbe prisoners gave the nirnes of Andrew
Kelly, (the one who commuted tbe arson,)
Hernia McCredv. Charles Hibb Ittchard L
Sandtord, Henry Almond and Fredetiek Mc
Allister. Their ages range irem i io ami
from ibe fetoriea told by tbem. it appears some
of tfaem bad fixed apon a plan to bave a. fire
inorder to bring ent the PdUadelpbU KojIb
Comoanv, 8gamt whieh tbey bad a groige,
so that they could attack them and liostro)
their angioe. All the parlies.except McAllii
tor, were eomnnttH for trial."
AvExteksivk Fam. A correspondent
of the Silver Creek Afirror sat stint CL Jacob
Carroll, of Texas, is the largest
United States. He owns 2it).W
fafmer. in tbe
a.r.. nl t, n-t
(nearly 400 sqaare mile-) in this and adjoining
counties, ills Bene ptanratioercontains aooui
8 6X10 acres, nearly all valuable bottom lands
alofiglhe Caadaloupe rlvr. Oa this farm be
bas over 600 arres In cultivation, on which be
raises annually about 300 bal-s of cotton,
worth at tbe plantation from S75 to $100 per
bale, and 20 000 bush-ls of corn worth about
SI 50 per b ibel. He has a force of about
fifty field bands, and he works about elxty
mnles-tnd horses, and fifteen yoke of oxen.
Col. Carroll has, on bis immense ranges of
pasture land, about one thousand hersrs and
mules, woitb $.Sfl 000 ; one thousand head of.
c-"i. worta SiWO; "iix DuMtea Bogs,, won a
$2000; three bnnd'ed Spanish mares, worth
$15,090; fitty jansiM, worth $2,000; fifteen
j'cke, worth $9,000; and five stallions, worth
Col. Carroll's property. In stock and negToee,
is worth at least 5150,000 ; aLS the value of
bis landed estate wUI-swellthe amohnt.io xvtr
K . 1 - .(! . J 1 1 Ui. 1 l7l
Tote of ayea 14,
io,uuu to30,t)QO. rsf
AMKKDJiKKXa OF THIS StAtK COKSTitCTIOK.
Mr. Newman proposed the following, whlih
was read t" "
Proposed amendments of tbe Constitution ot
tbe State of Tennessee, to be actefl on by the
present General Assembly, in tbe manner
prescribed in the 11th article and 33 section
thereof of tbe constitution :
The 5lh section of the 11th article of the
constitution shall be so amended as to read aa
Sic 5. Tbe Legislature shall have no power
to grant or rsneivbanfc charters, unless first
submitting the same to a vote of the people at
their regular elections for members of tbe Leg
islature ; and no ba k or corpora' ion for bantl
ing privileges sha 1 be granted until it sba!l
have received the approval of a majority of
the legal votera of tbe State at large ; nor
shall the Legislature have power to autbfcrize
lotteries for any purpose, ai.d shall pass laws
ts prohibit the sale of lottery tickets-in this
The 9th section of the 11th article of the
constitution shall be so amended as to read as
Scr. 9. The Legislature ahall hive jip power
no issue the bon Is of the State for any paepese
whatever j nor shall the credit of Ibe stale 'Be
loaned or given in aid of any person, associa
tion, municipality or corporation; only under
'hs following terms and conditions, to-wit :
The Legislature may contract debts to met
casual deficits or failures in the revenue ; but
such deficit direct, or contingent, singly or in
tbe aggregate, shall not at any time exceed
fo'nr hundred thousand doHars, arid the money
arising from loan's creating stieh debts, shall
be applied to the purposes for which they were
obtained, or to repay such debt; nor shall tbe
Legislature authorize any debt to bacoctracted
on behalf of the State except r the above
specified nurnoses. unless nrtniaion be made
(herein to lay and collect an annual tax suffi
cient to pay the interest stipulated, aod to dis
cs use the debt within thirty years ; nor ehail
such act take eoct until it shall have been
submitted to tbe people at a general election.
and shall bave received a jo.jonty of all the
votes east for and agaiait it. PbsMeJ, That
the Legislature may contiact deb's by bor
rowing money to pay any part ot the debt of
the State without submission, to tbe people,
ahi without waking provisions in the act au
thorizing tbe iw for a tax to discharge tbe
debt so eoahractetl or the interest thereon.
Provided, further, That tbe S'ate may contract
debts to reed invasion, suppress ioeurreetion.
ir if hostilities are threatened, to provide for
the public Hefense.
BASH". ASO BA.NTCJKa. -
Mr. Wilson, from the joint cnwraUleei on
Banks and Bankimr. snbmttterf tbe renort of a
majority or said comtBiee,embrat)ife'th"e fol
lowing bill, it did not, be said, meet his owu
approbation, nor that of several other mem
bers ot the committee. It had been drawn by
tbe committee in obedience to a resolution of
tbe House. It was an original bill ostbe pres
etit suspensions of tbe bark. tc.
The commiUee's bill 216 to wit: For. tbe
better rrgula' ion of tbe Bask of Tennessee
and other banks during their suspensions, was
then read aad passed toe first reading. It is as
Whereas, By a general aad unexpected de
mand for gold and silver com. entirely beyond
the wants of commerce, the Beak of Ts rnss-
see and other bancs of the State, in common
wl'b the oldest and strongest banks of the
Union, hive been compelled to ssspeed specie
Beit enacted by the General .iiifnllj of He
State ef Tennessee, Tint all provisions of any
and every act of the General Assembly of this
State, which subject tbe Bank of Teauessee.
i lie Stock Banks or Free Banks, to any peoalty
oy way ot torieiture or cnarter, because of a
failsre to pay the liabilities of said bank or
banks In specie, on presentation, and all pro
visions ef acts, which authorize or direct any
proceedings by any officer against said bank?,
because ot tue suspension or specie payments
by the same, be and the same are hereby sus
pended until the 8th day ot January, one thou
sand elgbtbundred and fifty-nine, or until such
time within said period, as in the judgment of
tbe directors of said banks, or in pursuance of
tbe provisions of this act, said banks shall re
deem their circulation la specie, upon tbe fol
lowing terms and conditions, to wit:
No bank In this State shall declare a dividend
of profits, among its stockholdsrs while in a
1st. Should the banks ot New York and
New Orleans at any time during the spring or
summer of 1853, resume specie payment, then
tbe Bank of Tennessee and other banks of this
State, availing themselves ot the provisions ef
'his aet, are required to resume in sixty days
No bank in tbe State of Tennessee above in
cluded, ahall, after the res-itontioa of specie
payment, pay out any note at a less denom na
tion than nve dollars; ant six months after
such resumption, no bank in tbe State of Ten
nessee shall pay eat any note of a less denom
ination than ten dollars; nnr shall the banks
of this State pay out any b-it their own notes,
or those of their branches, or such f the notes
of banks of Tennessee as 'hey are willing to
receive. And should any bank violate tbie
condition by the i una nee ef a note ef less de
nomination, S'leh bank or banks shall forfeit
to the State of Tennessee, the sum of one thou
sand dollars for every such offense; which
said forfeiture shall be recoverable by actios
of debt by the Attorney General of the dis
trict in which such offense may be committed,
and f t the services of the Attorney General,
oe shall be entitled to five per centum oj the
amount by him collected.
Sac 2. Whenever the bnks in Tenneseee
resume specie payments, the principal bank,
or mother bank, are hereby required to re
leem in specie the notes of slid bank and its
Sec 3. In order that the State Bank of Ten
nessee may be enabled to comply with the re
quirements of ihe aforesaid second section, tbe
bank is hereby given the same control over her
Vancbes, in every respect aa that now exer
cised and given by tbe charters of tbe Union
and Planter's Bank over their several branches
Sec 4. Should any hank in the State of Ten
aetsee fail or refnje to comply with tbe pro
visions of this aet, sach bank or banks shall
be subject to aM the penalties, damages and
forfeitures provided by existing laws. -
Sec 5. Ihe free banks shall within ninety
lays fiom and after tbe passigs of this aet,
deposit wrrh tbe Com 1 1 roller, Bond of the
State of T'nnesse, sufficient to make their
par value according to ihe New York price of
sild bonds, or return into tbe hands of the sal I
Comptroller a sutS-ient am-tutt of their circu
lating notes, to effect tbe aforesaid ofcjecL
Sec. 6. Should ai.y of the tree banks fail or
refuse to comply with tbe requirements afore
said, in section four, then it is hereby mads the
duty of tbe Comptroller to furnish information
f such noncompliance to tbe Governor of the
State, wbose duty it shall b to direct the At
torney General of tbe d'strict, ia which said
free hank may beloeated. to isen a scire fariat
againct said bank or banks, which scirt fa'tmi
&ll be nerved on the President or Casfcu-r ot
such bank, or left at the banking bou ef sa-h
bank, returnable to the Circut. Court -of s-tui
coanty, and tryable at the first term of siid
eourt after the return of surh scire facias, the
Jndge of tbe court shall eet a day for the trial
of su'-h caue', and proceed to inquire into the
tru h of such alleged failure, trying all matters
of fact by a jary rmpinueled for that p-urpose ;
and if s ieh failure to comply with the require
ment, aforesaid, oa ibe times specified as -.foresaid,
be made apparent to tbe court trying Ihe
ame, thn the sid eoert shall pronounce the
charter of such baak annulled aod forfi-red,
ami upon h certified transcript of such proceed
ing neiog given to the Governor, be thill at
once place tbe said bank, its affairs and busi
ness in the Hands or trustees appointed by him
self : And it Is hereby made the daty of the
said trustees, after the payment of cost an-'
charges necessarily accruing: 1st. To pay tbe
bill holders, then if anything cbou'd be left, to
payjrorofa the deposiiors and other liabili
ties of saH bank: and if there should be any
thing left, then the remainder to be paid over
to the owner ot said bank ar banks. Each
hank in tbe State of Tennessee shall furnish to
tbe Oovrrttor ol said State, a statetn-nt of its
condition, vertned art oatn oy we. l'fesiaaat and
Cashier, on tbe firat Monday of January, April.
July and.Oetober, of each and every yr ar, which
statement shall oe puoustied to one or more
newspapers, published at the city of Nashville,
the expenses to be paid by the- respective
Sec 7. SbouM any President aod Cashier of
any bank in Tennessee fail or refuse to com
ply with the requisitions made In section six,
ttien tbe same is declared a srl-ideineanor, and
punishable by presentment and Indictment, as
other oasis ef misdemeanors'. ;
Sic. 8. That no bank in Tennessee while in
a suspended condition, slisll discnant any bill,
note, or any other evidence of debt whatever
IOT anoiurr unit.
Sec 9 Ui.lf further entcled, That the 1st,
2d, 3 1 aud 4 h sections of an act, entitled an
act to authorize and i emulate the business of
banking, passed February 12. lott, be, and the
ame are hereby repealed ; it being the intent
and meaning of this section, that no person or
association of persons, who have not hereto
fore, shall hereafter arail themselves of toe
provisions of said act; but that the provisions,
restrictione and ItabilUios of slid ae, shall re
main in full force, as to all p-rsons er a
tton of persons who have complied with tbe
provisions ot said act; but it shall not be law
ful for any person or association of persons to
increase their circulation by deiioslting public
stocks or bonds ts ia said aet provided.
Mr. Thompson moved that CM) coplis be
Mr. Wilson said the committee did not re-
sard the bill aa perfected yet, ami thought a
smaller number would answer as well.
Mr. Pollc e negated 10 copies.
Mr. Tnm?on acq'iieseed, and It was order
ed tnat IMJ coiaes be printed.
TCEJDA.T, November 17
Senate. Mr. Denton ptr.entcd a petition
from cf liens of Putnam county.
Mr. B i lien, from Cosimiuee on Public Roads
and Highways, reported the bill to charter the
"Tflico and Valley Riper Turnpike Company,
na recommended its paesige.
Mr. Heiskell moved that (hs Senate devote
eaeb evening to the reading of tbecode, which
Mr. Heiskell presntd the reply of the Sec
retary of S'ate to Senate resolutions in relation
to tbe time when tbe Acts and Journals of then
last session were distributed.
Mr. Walker made a personal explanation
concerning his course oo Senate bill fur the re
lief of tbe Memphis and Ohio Railroad Com
pany, callsd forth by a card of Milton Brown,
Esq , which, on motion of Mr. Mentei, was
allowed to be spread oponthe journals.
The rule was suspended and tbe foil owing,
bills introduced: .
Mr. Travis, to change 'he time of holding the
Chancery Courts In the Western Division1.!
- .Mr. Denton, to reiirquisn to i'utnam coun
ty, her Stats tax for 1857.
The Senate then resumed the 'inGnUbed busi
ness of yesterday, being the bill to re-establish
tbs tippling law, with pending amend
Arter considerable (Hsrusslcn. sererM amend
ments, ar,d numerous Ii decisive votes, Mr.
Junes moved the previous question on tbe
original bill of Mr. Berth, ad It' passed a
j-opeso. a uis bin simply revives the tipplio'
law of 1846, without any alteration cr amend
Adjourned till 2 o'clock t. m.
House. Tbe regular morning business hav
ing been called, and no proposition coming up,
ice Mouse toot un tbe bill to repeal tne i-un
section of the revenue law of last session, cre
ating tbe office ot Assessor, and passed it on
its third and last reading ayes 01, noes 0.
The bill to amend tbe acts relating to ibe
charter of Chattanooga, was taken up and
passed on its third and last readiBg ayes 41,
Mr. Stanton, by leave, introduced a bill to
protect the. holders of colts of su;pendid banks
in this State
.Messrs, Cpoper, Pork, Vaushn, Thompson,
Randolph, Ivie and Wood, bad leave to record
tbeir roteson tbe bill te repeal llie office of
Tax Assessor, all ot whom voted in tbe affir
mative. Mr. Davidson moved tint five hundred copies
of the PlftitenMary Report be furnished for tbe
use of the officers ot that institution, which
Mr. Eetes offered a resolution to provide for
changlKg the constitution so as to make feere
tarifs of State. and Treasurers elected by the
people, and that Ibe terms of (ha former offi
cer shall not extend to more than two j ears.
Adjourned till 2 o'clock r. it. j
DistKTESut.vr or the Medici Family
or Fusence. -The London Morning Pott
bas aa interesting latter from its -Tuscan cor
respondent, giving an account cf the disinter
ment of the celebrated Medici Family of Flor
evef, whofor so long a period were the abso
lute rulers of that country. We make the
folio whig extract:
Wbea Louis XV., In bis childhood, asked
his tutor if kings ever die, we are told .that
' Quelquefais, Mensolgneut,' was tbe cautious
and rourtly answer. Last week, however,
the Florentines had an opportunity of satisfy
ing themselves ot the undoubted: fact. The
wbele djnsly of the Medici was disinterred.
It was found that the wooden coffins in tbe
vaults of San Lorenzo were monldering away,
so others we're given Io bave them replaced,
aod tbe whole family, from Giovanni dilla
Bind" Nerr, and bfs son, the first Duke Cos
mo, to John Gaston, tbe last of the royal
bouse, all, about sixty in number, the seven
sovereigns, with their wires, children, brothers
all, ItiS'KM", that have ever been consigned
to the tomb at San Lorerzo, with only two ex-
Lecptiotis, were removed from the old, preptra-
. i v. . j ! . i i n ti....
Wl V w ucwg Mcu l.l cn mm'.n- vii Ultao
coffins some twen y were opened fer the first
time'. Eleanor of Toledo, wife cf Cosmo tbe
First, and his son and successor, Francis the
First, the husband ef beill.fated Bianca, Ca
pello, were as frefh as If they bad only yes
terday beeri placed in the sepulchre, where
t ley have lain for more than two hundred and
fifty years. Indeed, the wonderfnl preserva
tion of tbe corpse of Francis seems to strength
"eirthe theory that he died from some strong
arsenic paissa. The work was performed with
the greatest care and decorum, under tbe in
spection of the Avvocato Rgio, the chief gov
ernment architect, and tbe chevalier Passerlni,
a person of great antiquarian knowledge at
tached to tbe grand ducal archives. Grand
cUkes and grand duchesses, princes and prin
cesses, were all found in the state costume of
their day Giovanni ceill Bande Were, tbe
warlike p'ogeniter of the race, with the
mouldering skull in ah.lm-thesanguiwiry but
sagacious Cosmo, with I is dagger by h s iside
(perhaps the same that strnctllarzla) eaeb
with a model bearing an effigy uf bliuself, all
ticKeted and labelled with the most mercantile
precision ; for these merchant prince, to tbe
subtlety of politicians, j-Hfled the precision of
red-tapists, and carried their habits ef commer
cial regularly down with them into the very
grave. A strange thing it was to look on the
actual features ef the men who had filled Italy
witti tneir rame two ard tnree centuries ago;
oa tbe Obsmo who had quenched in blood all
that remained of Florentine ane Sienese free
dom; and his descendants; on him who would
ride apon a summer evening to Arretri and
chat with Galileo ; on another who exchanged
presents of mootepul'-iano and ale with the
Protector; on a third who bad corresponded
with Su John and Walpole about tbe destiny
oi nis own state."
What a Joke !- Ose of Henry Fox's jokes
was mat prayed on on airs . who bad a
great fondness for making the acq-iaintance of
foreigners, tte Mat forged a letter of recom
mendation to her ia favor of a German noble
man, the Baron Von SrfdHtz Pewdertz, wbose
card was left at her door, and for whom a
dinner was planned by Mrs., and an invi
tation sent io form. After Wditing a consid
erable time, no baron appearing, tbe dinner
was served; out during tne second course a
no e was br ught to the lady of the bouse wi'h
excuses from the baron, wno was unexpectedly
prevented from coming by the shliln death of
bis aunt, tbe Duchess Von Epzom Sallz, which
sue read oat to the company without any sus
pecton of a joke, and to the entertainment of
her guet, among whom was the facetious au
thor. iaomai Jiaikts' Journal.
Jl SHOUT CHAKIKR OS THAT SUBJECT.
It will be deemed vanity at my age to say
tnat at twenty live l wts possessed of a full
share of the ordinary personal charms of
youth. Within a little of the Ches-erfiildian
ettudard of height, five feet ten, with locks
black and glossy ss the raven's wings, (als,
the driven suow is not whiter now!) With fair
com) lexion cheeks glowing with tbe red tide
of youth and health, and posseting wbat is
generally considered suffi-ient gojd sense and
educa'ion for all the practical purpos'g,of life,
it may be thought that my experience in mat
ers of the heart ought to hare proved an ex
ception to the rule that " the coarse of true love
never did run smooth." B it, alas not so 1 It
was my fortune to become acquainted with a
oiHig lady possessed of so many charm men
tal, moral and personal, and so supereminent
in sachi that it was indeed Impassible for me
to avoii faHine, as I did, desperately in lote
As far as glances of tbe eye, tremors of tbe
voice, and occasional inneadoes might go,' I
doubt not that I succeeded full well in impart
ing to her a knowledge of the stateftf ray heart;
and I will not presume apon your patience so
much as to detail the ecstacy of joy with which
I firt discovered, through similar media, a
reciprocity of fueling on tbe prt of the young
la!y. Let it suffice to say that this wag tbe
ease, aod that the time came when H was in
cumbent on me to make a distinct avowal of
my love. This, after long and perplexing
mental debate, I resolved to do by letter, and
after writing some forty epistles on as many
sheets. of gilt paper, I finally succeeded in form
ing a letter, amounting to about six lines, con
taining, as I thought, tbe cooJensed quintes
sence ot everything that could or out tit to be
atd on the snhjeet. Of this precious sisrreav
I retain now but slight recollection. That it
abounded with terms expressive ot pure, wirm,
arueni, glowtn-?, undying, everlasting, aod un
precedented aff-etioo, I have net the least
doubt. But, unfortunately, this little specimen
of epistolary excellence was scarcely finished,
tyhen chancing to peruse some of tbe experi
ences ot a predecessor in the paths of love, 1
read that nothing was mere anwise or danger
ous than making an offer of one's hand and
heart by means of pen and paper.
With tbe credulity of a simple mind, I at
once gave implicit credence to this doctrine,
and frightened at the fearful precipice which
I had so narro ly avoided, I Immediately de
s'royedthe letter, and resolved to declare my
self in person, with my awn lirs and voice,
and to hear with ray own ears the reply whlih
was to seal my destiny.
Never dul an Alexander, a Wallace, or a
Napoleon, feel th-inspiring. Sects of an heroic
resolution more powerfully than I felt the in
fluence of this ; 1 bad resolved, I would exe
cute t I walked tbe streets with a prond eon
BCioataees of tbe heroism of my resolution;
and lp the height of my pride, fairly feated
lei, in the words of a poet, I should atrike the
stars with my lofty bead. But sensible of the
imperfection of haroaa powers, and conscious
tlMt mine ia particular were liable to fail in so
delicate an emergency, I resolved at least to
wnte and commit to "memory my" declaratory
speech. This unfnifieil and foolish thing i
did. Instead of trasting to the warm outpour
ing of aieiagenuoi-s heart, which io some way
at least would bsve managed to make itself un
derstood and felt, I rommitted to memory a
cold formula of wosds, to be delivered as the
scbool-boy recites His speech, of which It is
sufficient for tbe purpose ot this article to re
collect tbe following sentence: " Miss Adams
will you allow mt to offtr jou my hand and
The fearful hour arrived. The evening of
my wonted visit approached, and I found my
self seated by the- side of my adored, in the
S'iram. evenioe- iwtli'ht. The last rays of
the setting sun hail gradually dlappeared from
the ry clouds that lingered above the west.
Ihe f4jU moon rose high in beaveB, and one by
one roe -!orioas stirs became nsxoie:
' IatDob a Msht,
Mood Dido lua a w-Low In her bond.
Upon tha viid MS kok-. and wjvad her lore
Tu e bo tiata U Oajtbazo."
Ine open window by .which tys sat looked
out upon a gardan stored with a profusion of
rich and rare flowers, from which tbtre ex
baled, and arose around us, a delicious fra
grance, forming a fit atmosphere for such a
scene. The time, the silence, tbe scenery,
evemhiae was annronrtate : aud ae, the
b-ut!fu!, tbe almost unearthly, seemsd.by in
tuuion. to ui.dorounil mr thoughts and inte...
t Ions' as with head bent down she gazed (and
with a sHgbt olssh upontbefaircheeks around
whinh ber auburn curls were playing) upon a
moss-rose which she was engaged, mi purling
to pit c- s. I was employed m tbe equally seri
ous occupation ot opening and abutting a small
fancy a uff box which I bad in my hand.
Alas 1 where new was the Alexandrian or
Napoloop courage that inspired me? 1 felt my
vau.r ovzlng.iut of the palms of my hands.
But at last, summoning resolution, like a man
upon the tealijld who tvishrs to mo mm si
least Jeemt'ag fortitude, or to use a more forci
ble illustration, i-atherirnr together aud coaeen-
I tratiog as it were, all the energies of the mind,
Fatter tbe manner of one about to submit to tbe
most inhuman of aireaflhly tortures, the ex
traction of a tooth; I say, with such energy
aa this, I raised ay eyes to those of Isabella,
-and in the language of my prepared speech,
said," Miss Adams!"
rpe unearthly and startliog empaasis witn
wbicbjhis rather formal commencement was
delivered seriously freigbtened both parties.
The rose dropped from her fingers, toe, box
from mine, and I was only able to follow up
this impressive exordium with some common
place renark about tbe beauty of tae evening,
alter hich we relapsed into our former silence
Gatfatring, howiyerejergy from defeat, I
made, after a slight paese$iaBcond attempt.
. " MUt Mams," eald.l,w"a- sI6, -solemn
Tepulehfal voice, "tSfU ys if yjs wiH
-yes allow me to ciTor -jou to. oner yen a
ptncA of stuff!
" With pieasare, sir." replIsd,aoftf sret
voice, wbich, in contrast with WiPi sound
ed like a strain of soft muaio following up tbe
ruinb logo of an eartbquake. I flfmy eyes
starting from my head. I felt that the veins
ou my torthead were swollen. like the streams
of spring. I felt tbe blood mantling over ay
flee, brow, an neck.. I heard the loud beat-,
lng of my heart-; acd" in-"an ogdhy of both,i
bodily and mental pain to which the rick, tbe
wheel, and the glhbet were paradise, I rushed
from the room hurried o mvbone,en':rel ray
own chamber, locked, doublv. trebly located my
door, lest any onesbnuld observe my sbame,
and vented my apteen in idle imprecations upon
my own stupidity,
Aa hour's walk across my chamber served,
however, to calm my spirits; and with a com
posure that seemed really inpernatural com
pared with tny recent agitation, I sat down and
rDeas Istar.LtA: Take pity on an ttnbip
py youth, who is too deeply In love with yoa
to utter two consecutive words In your pres
ence. I am miserable till I Itear from you."
This note was immediately dispatched, and
in half an hour I was the ba 3piett man in the
universe. Mr Isabella proved a pattern of ex
cellence. I was never offended with her bnt
once, and tben she dispelled m.y wrath by ask
ing me. In a sock serions tone of voice, " WII
you will you allow ms to oiler you a pinch
of snuff?" Senex.
A Battle Incident. At ..he battle of the
Thames, a laughable Incident occurred, which
Is thus related by one who was in tbe engage-
The British General bad farmed bis men in
open order with their cannon pointing down
Ibe road, by which tbe Americans were ad
vancing. -Gen. Harrison Immediately took ad
vantage of this, and ordered Colonel Johnson's
mounted regiment to charge at speed by beads
of companies, (aa as to expose the least possi
ble front,) pass through the open intervals,
and form in the rear ot the British forces. This
movement was brilliantly executed by tbe bat
talion under tbe command ot Lieut. Col. James
Johnson, hit brother Col. R. M. Johnson, at the
same time charging tbe Indians with the other
It happened that in one of the eotapanies un
der J as JoriasoDs command there tvaiaj-.ore
brawny fellow, nam4Xatnb ; b weighed about
.lupouiHis; was a orave man, and as good
humored as big brave men nrnvrrbiallv are.
Lamb had broken down his Kentucky horse by
his great weight, and was mounted instead up
on a short, stout, wild Canadian pony, from
wbose sides Ms long Hrabs depended almost to
mo giuuiui, vtuue urn oaiKy irane rose nigo
aoove tne Beast, looking not aaliM aa over
grown boy astride of a rough sheen.
When the charge was made, Lamb's pony
took flight, and broke into a rua. Lamb pall
ed until the bit broke in the animal's mouth,
and all command of him was lost. The little
pony strttebrd himself to tbe work, dashed out
ot tbe ranks, soon outstripped all the file 'lead
ers and pushed nn in advance ef the company.
Lamb was no longer master of his borse or
bltnssl'isnd he was in a qnandary. If he roll
ed oiTbe would be trample! tt death by bis
friends ; if the horse rushed upon tbe British
lines with Mm, so far abend of .the rest, be
must be killed. EUber way death seemed in
evitable ; and, to use uu exnreittoar hs thought
"he'd list say something tbey could tell bis
friends in Kentucky, when they weat home.''
He strueli bo' h heels into tbe pony's flanks
and urged bim to bis utmost sped. Un they
drove., some fifty yards in front of tbe leading
file, Limb's gigantic perwn swaying from
side to side, and bis legs swiiuTtoerla a most
portentous f-tshion '.he little Canaiian putting
foot' all he knew bow, bis Uil straight, bis
nostrils distended, his ears pinned baekr, and
his eves fiashingfromunderbii shaggy foretop,
who aH the spite and spleen or a oern devil.
I - ?t wslhlss a stride or two of the
j British, Lamb flourished bis irule and roared
!n. a vo, f hunder: C ear the way,
Ci A it n vnn f for 1'ir eoaine ! "
To bis surprise the lines opened right aad
left, and he passed through unhurt. Sa great
was tseir astonishment at tne strange appari
! tinn of such a rider, and such a horse moving
; upon tbem, with farteu-i velocity, that they
opened mechanically at bis word ot command,
4id let him pas. Si soon as he gained tue rear
of tneir position. iimn rolled on we gras, and
suffered bis pony to go on bU own road. A few
minutes more and be was with his comraoes
securing tbe prisoners.
Jackson- and Diceiksox. Jackson settled
in Nashville between hi years 1790 and 100,
and began the practice of -law. Dickinson was
already there, following the same profession
He was a great duelist, having killed several
in duels, and almost certain to kilt tbe first fire.
His mode of fi-iog was very uncommon. In
stead of raisi-ig his pistol from bis side to fir
at tbe word, he wouw bring it down from asov
until he got to tbe proper level, and then fired
All tbe merchants in Nashville bad Dickinson
retained in their behalf, and be being the only
lawyer there until Un. Jackson cam, no re
dress could be obtained by the opposite side
Gen. Jackson refused to be retained by teeee
merchants to toe exclusion or aH otn r par les.
Theconsequeni'e was that be issaed fifty writs
io me nrst term or uie ooun ai iiasovuie.
He issued writs against the merchants, wHn,
until tben, had rone sco't free. Ibis irntat-
them, and they being desirous of getting Gen.
Jackson out of tbe way, incited Dickinson to
provoke a duel. He began by acting on trial
offensively to the General
He remonstrated with Dickinson, and plainly
Informed aim that he would not submit to such
Dickinson persisted, and Gen. Jaeksoa ehal
tensed him. The ime and place for tbe com
bnt were fixed upon, and th news spread
around. There wi re at least 200 people on
tbe giound, a. d bets were made as it it were a
Dickinson himself bet that he would kill
Jackson ibe first fire. Dirkinsoo fired first,
and as bis hall bit Gen. Jack-ton on tbe right
pap and peeled his breast. He bad a callous
lump until the day of hiB death. As soon as
the smoke of Dickinson's pistol cleared away
and he sw Uea. JcE3oa still stan tng, he ex
clsimd, liar'nt 1 kiil-d the i! 1 rascal V
Gen. Jackson told Gen. Eaton that until then
lie meant to give bim his life, but on hearing
these words he raised bis pistol, fired, and
killed Mm ii stantlv.
IIolIoVK.y'3 I'ills nml Ointment
BEtriSE or lBpoiteret Tbe aisie are Bmee-r re
rersMd ot a un test -iraenoy to aMertaia tan geaalM
a ts or tke eaatnrj' eT ia meotckmn. Tbt eeaeijU
a murmurs tee ner "HOIXOn'AT, Xtv
TO EC 43D ilVUDOy." 1U Mt-faM wo ui ut HMteri In
ereryte' r ta teazel dtrcaWeoi annul eana tax tr
3M at the mmututerr. No. SS tftMta Lane, Kiw
lark, aod br ill ilrocalMi, stc, S3e., and S,t per box
or pet. nTlS-alwnrl w
CHR0M1OTYPES JUST DISCOVERED
THE anij- ChTumtotrpoStDerr In Mem!, where jw
em set an Una of Pictures nu, tt setae to nit the
Those b-AOlltal gem of Art. fCbramiatepeo) hive b-tn
TeomtirdeeoTeredbrJ. K. rAWAIxn. Tatf vM tooa
SToea oar otkor Med or Plot ore knows; there ii an
ensues and mit iITjCI about ttoOruilotipc Ibatkas
onty to bo aeen te bo apiTtotod. The ObroBiUtrpe la
nt kun token t asrotaorGai7 In tne country
WiH J tx to tUA to ko or tH Sa'Jorj wild can
aid riiojlm n of tbe am statin EBeetta et Ha art -
Tar are takes ot the CtroaWrj Salterj-. by
F. X. VAS3ALLO,
a19-lr So 313 Sain ttrett.
Prof, ilnskell'ri Electric Oil.
X spair C( tats wobDeeroi Medareaa for the care of
Baeaaattem. DMfasro, Mies, Oorxa aad aS aonreaa dfe-
eatea, KeoJaekeo ao4 Patsa, has toeo netired br HAR
BIN Ss. CO , warn It can be obtainod. The isatrlng
ibmM neiebate a hottte nanMdiotel. See adrerUie-
Mnt la another col nan.
Psbr. TlAtHZVL. Too feuoirtsc teathaeey In raver
o Dr. nukeOV IHetlric (Ml ts tsnttI na tot paMin.
raor. IIaiecll Dear Sir : 1 1 set It to he ray duly te
inletm the puMIe, throegh yoe, what roar wonleiral
metric Oil" has doso tx mytaeaar. XT wlrt baa
keen aarato(ty troubled with ialMnfof the worst) aad
boom Is the beck aad hreait. I bouiht one bottle ef
onr OH ieterdr, and to-day aho laeetmir fre from
ata, aadte-mi herwarawjt i ooi eu far yoar anocwa
aad seeepertty. I hare hid o-ihiouiatse pain In ray
thoaMers armo far a tosf Mom. aad In ten ratmtM
frm the tie I potted ynnr n. the pas waa alt Kane
tt Is Iralj a won4rai lomiadf f.r pahta. inch aa we
hare been tofi-Ttog with, and X eheMfuar five, thtatea-
tSnualal af ltl eCecta.
fi. T. S-WIFT. Mtrrttt Hotjao
Sworn asd Berlbed before aw, brs dr, Mlh of Jrtfy,
1667 LI 3 K SIT WATTc Jsrll-e of th Ptaee.
Ssch tetuwBr teds an "o'er tree tats " worth cel.
nmna of mado erttatate aH over the land, and a great
Fer al r S. stANF-FI ELD X OO., 231 Malo-U
Try It. ye b3o-Ib ond aMtcaed. ocH-dawIy
DE. C A VAN-ATJ GH7S
FITjE & uSu, la "XT 33 .
Par the rare of mi) farm of
HEMORRHOIDS, OR PILES;
Xbrlhrx r loot standing or recant, ortrta; IaUrcal or
Sxlernai; whther altm-trd wish Proatpiai, Haaor
rhaio, or aWtrwtkm ; sai all br
EXTERNAL APPLICATION I
X latarail adjnvanta brief rrqutrrd In ur ease, cn'y te
rrrajate ihe BjwoH, it CaaatlpJteJ, or In Vlarrhoa aad
A lar;t oamV-r et fill km en Iheoafhon tho country,
of hub eharaaUT tad laaVtesea, ha to raUatary oitratod
to tta risrasyta thrir own eora, sot of hranar, ard
wbose certtaaalea may h seen by mnenie te tbe pro-
prirtort' phtteUao ts txshai of thoir axoati, threnith
Price, il per Bx, retail.
ThePILRStliTEHpitsp la xtaaa Jars, loelossd In
a paper box, prerierrrHheBe, and rtl leap aay lractb
rj For aJo In this city by
Jorrxtex i Loso,
Waao fc. Josrs,
MaiMricui . Oct.,
n. F. PAnmvreriTn,
II. A. MnsiiEt,
tr. it. kheltos,
J. M. sledoc it Co.,
HXNRT TK3T, 2d
2. s. LAsrpmi.
i. a. ruTAKAUGS a. ;o.,
OCtWiwiT Praprlolarj, St LotHf, Ifo.
A. H. II I S E,
. vrTJOLE3AXJt AKD KUTAII. DEALEa I.S
Hides, Sucather and Iinings,
KO. 262 MAIN-iT., UP STAIRS,
Orer G. B. Locke's Store.
'HAS bow oa band and vR be reootttnc wetklyby tho
Vetnjhla and 31. Lost packets, dtren from the maniifac
tarert, eTery deocrtptien ef LKATHBa aed UlKlXaS,
which wnihe told, whsteuia asd retail at the St. LoaU
HIDES I HIDES I HIDES;
I west rrvE mjJfDMD TtMfBlKDDaT and
CBK2N niDR3, far which I wUl pay tho highest prices
tn CASIZ. Try se.
Furs aud Peltries.
m ca'itss at ail itmea tho hi heat rash prices for
TSTs, D-er aad surep skirts.
Dealer woaU dasreU to
can and ' me, tt 26) lfala ttreet, cp stairs., bef era
ae;ime rUwW". -'V. tept dawtra
WE are prepared tofsmith tn a scpertcri Ityjo, t tm-
Utton, WeMlrr, TUUUg aad Bnilre;a Carda, v
'Wi i - ' T. H. CLASS. . COKJ
., VrcsU Arrivals.
EYILlSn VrttTCt MtSI 8ncXwi-l rbxsr street
f r m N-rw Teik. AUrxeVtreettred tela day per
OUR frlenda will bear In mind (bat we bare one of tee
larnst atrka -t Vine 5n rrt-s for family Be to be
fosnd p the city. Giro ua a e1t.
t.to-iw a k. snowt a. sof-
VN'E TboiuarH poTOl ra aw ziata Camala.
'a Sew ItaUlaa anl Citron
WH".W R M
eptrtnn. 4 ww
PHOiPECTCS 0? TUE
4' Daily, Tri-Wefkly and ReWs
TO SE rUBLtfHCD IX
KAOWiNG UMasouaoaad luxim lotelnrt to hfo-lah-tahm
-ot of a nrr soprr, wr hof e hvcs stow 10
Maoa-iieiiiz oar eeotrsot-ans ent1t we osro.
hijworor eoa.oaamated arraorrfaala whh plaoe the
oaprr hTd iho r-ach of coutince clea- thear lira-
hr wQi, thetifaro, b ijaoMlon ta lit day of Jaaurr,
It mar acm pieanaplnons m aa to add another
te toe a r- adr nosictasM niBiWr of saorra now ph
IMhd la th a etr. bat heiarrlac toat Xrm?U lad-attard
to be uaeor tho larf et an i nwtt nuatant ettie la the
Sonth, and that w eoa dtooovrr eaae IT and that haa
cot yet bM n socou td. wo rsohuk or the rxBertment wMh
erory aiaoranc that tuooNO will nlilButelr erowa the
laborUll asd carttal we are Brepami m IaHS seta the
eaiorprfe. We come, oMaa tB rival, hot the oa-lahor-or.
tt taxM eiUUWh-d pr- la all that eanceooa tho
growth anl pnxportlr ef the oKr aod ooiBSUr gea
era U. wo auu oflsa to Iho uax an aaorrr uax w
or Tar wrary, an expjrwrac of tammj reara, and aa we
hare aa extrnOed aiqnalnlance In ihta and th aljetnlx
SUlra, U UonroonttuntoxototeiiaBytoslTotheias'To
ciresntlon rqaal to sty hetweoa LoHTrio and Xtw Ot
laa. we aro four awara that rhoae t eseullr xaaklog th
largest prosHoM are naiy of tho j jrroai ptoraooaaao :
we tteraore prefer tho' thereaSo- ahovM torsi hat euha
loa cr iho AVALANOHKlr.ai tho pint llaXf C-.B
antietlr. woohaalrafT aay for the soMetthal th
oaaer will he Mb lhl Dotlr. Tri-W air anl Wnklr.
ao.1 wta ctrpoirrfc with, a coottal or Iwohj eh eoand
dm.ara, two ho :-.ol ifmv anvertberaaan eerea bos
drrd Oallr eohieriboao 't wn ho oeaoatloitr Draas- ra-
tic rnt wviimiwy aa inwalnr. t-wnr theofaror
arrr.tn 1; ie ndlmi tho to4y aa-1 siraatto. Tho crro
tare of Do b rt. ih tort -f aw ct!qoe. the orgaa or no
ronom, ino Arau.ivnK wi i r in area, fe.rreoa aM
beam (ipiafBt o( tho (.vat cajutool (triociBOro nsue !
hook to- la ih DtmoralM partr. and o worao aad, a-al- I
eaorwortrraodilrfrnrtor.f tft, meu woo ateTallon I
la reoWito to air a paruanoncy sad atroocth to thoor .
Opo Iho eBojeet of Siiwrf-t aohl-ci that haa ao of- i
ten lBdorUIrd tho si'Wa ho AVM.ANCHH wis bo !
at at aaard-Bt drf-Bdrr vt iho riibu. tue Suul&
The laal fMthr h b-oo uul noun tho ownH'i hatk I
Th -nlh. w-nmoa.ouwac d ant smli I bf Kortnero
iraiiori., I" iaa nwr. win Mm f"-oo)t a ooirl-d
aod ouhrokao owoua. Wnlto w- wi I old In -rorr palrt
tle ff TUeaaarthrnM.w9sr rauaoVtaui t ooell
tt' atoraror'SlaonUHi ood to pr-we tkiRrs, b .- wo
ak.l attar .arao lbn waloioin tht th .-Mr foi n
w .Uo-rvrioriiaCo-aTiTOTio AUUntm .Co.oo
f VQnALITT, I-idod an a.iSa.H 4,, gtn
Riahl wii' h-ateadut;'-ba'ootriea of th rHr it
-ll mh- bit or ao I onrimttoi up -nine Xurthern
Inllora w 1 m thrlr rahotr er aoio nana Ihe flon-h
. . -j - m , n --ir .luawif cr ao.o nann no na
vdwWrnt to traaoo tt O.amue'laa under thrtr
hanawaa frt. hat K will nvaue with 'till k
n-aa thoer ?onlhrro lacro et WW ara lain ra.
palliate and extUM tsr aac eauoa bom iho itghtt of tho
Th- AVAIUVCBE win .xaaao pantatloua ard ear
rvadlaaowheroTerfad. It will pant with a tm- pen
cil and haM op to tho aeon of the pe pa atJ JroUralac
De-aaioguoa, Importer., aoj bsnhastocy of oaoij de-
B-H-ring aay.ksowtK tlat a bliti-'osrd aooraUrr
19 tbrtba-Hor gTod koToaarnt, tko AVALASCHR wUl
lash wi h J' at and B-erlt-l aertritf, rtca and I iiiiiIIit
O' arorr phaao
Korrr eortajrnt of tb- paprr wn bo oanfanr flnrd.
aad wilt rontiln tha nrw ar tha dar. loc lau-nir.
rrnortoof Iho aaarkota. xataffr.aUui . i ,
" ' 'j-ta."'11""' ,ttr'4M -, aid the pditu-
CU eventa oflo doy.
Daihr Aaouoeho. 10 0H
T- WrrMy son
WkT " 3 on
narje-nttait M rrTOV, Q a i.i, awaT fc. CO.
THK wkterftsned wtl' ute chare- of t'e
OOMMKROf AL HliTKL, Mrerphi.. Tmn
- the a at of Jaunt-; n x aod wnte. to blao
afwi.rt-tw.n'T BnM oerroati. aari tam ar
or maat caa't and two paotry oooka f r tho nxl rut,
f -r w h tt d wa w! ha paM aoathlr
norll-lianl O D. WTTmEIX
Strayd or S:oIen,
FROM ay preraeMo io Par' Ptebrrinc, ui IhcSV
tJlh Inat.. a BtT BORSS aiTI.B, siaaor2n
and laU aharrd dor; ah.nl thro y-u aiJ: r7j
aoa htrnoa. rasrli., aad aaed al rouadi about rnrt.en
Alio bit MARK htarknranendad ohed an
ronud; ah rKht ytara oat; a white apat war too
aJyonorerf b-r f re 1 r. .Ma wart an her riaht
") o othor ntrko ro r-rri stare lj wiih
fold. Ana nrurallan or tarsi, orettb-r or theaa, wta
he ntertlly rowardrd by J B IaW or
B vs-tw M O rtATOn i OV.
At Actual Cost
o o o
FROM TBI3 DATE,
Wo oITer our entire Stock of
Fine Soic TrDnlis, Xrgro rioOilug, &c.
OUR rrtmda aad Ihe pnhlie aen-raty, aaoy r.r an
wbat we proveao Io do. Wo torn. n wo., are in
waaior EiKd ChMhiag, to c.n ami .x.ai ,or ti.
tet-ea. vtrtrr tt rLARca,
Mai-.t . aapnrt - C ol Paaore.
P.S All GMOt aa an creail, will be charrd . rra-B'ora-eau
HIE GREATEST OP THE3I ALL!
The Warcrlv Norels.
Ol uipUte ia
mOK THE StOST AtTTHHTIC J7MTIOH,
AUTHOR'S LAST OOKWrtminVa, ?S Hi A OSS XM
509 BSCR AVIXGS.
F-r rata hy
v OS). PITTHe.V i Co.
MEMeRtS, Km ulll lllk. ISoT.
THE partaarahto hrrii-fme -tUtlm; hrlwran tho no.
irralraaa, najrr e ana mi.w LVaoTA
00." la thl- day Uhlwri atnlnal aami Rra-h-na
hArhK bosaht I Vep'o L-Uer-t i-i tho hnoau-oo af
aid ana I. h rrhy nnthoriood v ao le-.i tha drb owing
W St, and asonaet and avoUUhve t. ear iia H.t.t uwa.
AT COST FOI5 CASH.
$75,000 Warlh of Dry Goods t tost !
THS aoanitrar nwy, th d-Sra ty rl rxjitaareo
a a.' iho abaalot B-cr.r r nactoajiiT k.i ta.
dawd pjr to bay Mr. L. V"T - tat.rr-t .a ba looa.
M L. Vr.t it Co.." witn iilTk a India ap a-dbs-awo.a;
aa-l I aovooT'i at COiT FOR CASrl. and many
aitteea at Ic a ihon mot; Iho catifa .lark an hud
arnaaUac U orar $U,0i. B aaVUUJf.
TXpaitn.arear a r aot d-.d nirlidtoaaoa Iho lath
I dtyof Nit ackhar. IS It. br A - . Btatr. ta u
tain drhU thrrrtn .adrd. aaat h. j v
Jebnaon, th cut out trutt, I trill aB ba the hifhoat
bailor fa caa. an tho pr-M-aa. an PKtntr 1,'..
Ttth, 1S57 a rartala ut of land tybaf in ahathy eaanry,
.-n-Trm manM jrrtiiaaia. aanoa d 0 fn-
Bvmmm. a aaat-an in wart awe af McL na
At a ut-odad. 8 i-lalnaaad (7hk -rrh af it. 1a
leiaac b a wdh lb new mo'aiuia aaoaY naiai iu.
south V w-ol, S chain tat 8g Una with tho n ilto .r
XcteauraAT-aarWat-ak thrnae waat e chtia , tl
llrk-laantakr.tkracciwrlhS-halB aad St llaka te a
alakr. thenoeeoai lOebaaaaand 20 tin aatuakMMa.&u
ean aln nxS Si-too act, " in ' t inrHfiiaalj liiiiiand;
adwfllnigwlih are rooan-rearytut-aaart,citern,
orot-ard he . i-C a t-tt d .Irak. aiaar.
Thioptoaowaa anbrrautn Ir ta tha aaraatlan i aatd
trsetdeedaaidadeo'T.yd by 9Me la 8 ahrckkCar
an aabet 'a the rearioKmnf aaal lrat and.
SVe n lawral aOOtt . Title vaad Oaavaaaar br ma
aa Iraatrr yyM. O. AKSsasOK.
I.AII.1 for S.-l--.
ft .par y ol low ca.h p k-ec. N't-. of the Bark will ho
takra a- par t r Heal Ratatr la Sa br nmli tiihk.
or likaa-as. SIM 009 of aaaanbtrd oecartty atararlaa:
Jaaaary ISth, taad, a'aa iff- nd f ar th bar. - iku n.ak
PLANTERS, LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST.
Wwnl tall Xa I Xanawha Jalt, re-weaihd, at S
a Mt par ba-hcl. aad dal.arr UM. la -
drrl The Kaaawha SP haa bran thotanghar atattd tn
he Itjt fw ears and baa pr red Ua be th b-ot aalt for
urter aM.t. oaro oaell, haadird and le( ritble la watte
waa aaaa tart. APP y la
SSVIKR i WARrUtX,
The Rnsli St ll Contintten at the
BAZAAK OF FASHION,
ualicuatiae nu par yard, wnrth $S;
Freech . alien aetS mi ve- yard, wor.h JO;
BeaailfBlDeUtuM tt Xt cotd per yard, a on h 30;
" " is " ' Ms
" ' S3 ;
AM WOM DLahM and Mlrh ana. la .MHrlu. t- th.
aaovtpwa. nad n k Wik rr - See au to SI ttyd,
Clolli al $f Sn, warlh $i 001
" 60 ' S6j
5h Taltet OhMke ia prcMtlon
EONRTaratoatat a. r aarl trd the battae cf
ar bontrfnt alack of edt at a-b petera ta win be
greaHylaihaaevaauitur ihoacwh nerd ra-i ta onr
nee- E. BABIN'ne a GO .
no,7 TU M la trrt
TJIB.OM now til th- Itt of January. w will (.) aar
1 ktaaK tin uiariiisri! At-iiiT-i5rp of law
MBD.'OAL. fCniNJt..a-Hl MISORXLAXSOIIS BOOKS
at at 3d ALL ADVAXDS oBSJLOTKRX COST for CASH.
jLamfej Yoiiag & Co.,
K9 Ifata atrrot.
n fi 5IGS pnja " x 'er-lrrd and for sate
- - - o-UBorrarore taia.it
fill BOS Chw.e, fatt TtCPtrol arnl for sate hy
JJ TT TT Tfrt-TPTl
nTU ITVatD-tt..SrddirtiT jU3.ni
1 flfl flfifl SnPUaiORCiyarvJoatircetTrdaxd
jl .v v vr vr v tor aae Dy a. H. roTTEB,
IT! Mila at., ard door ahira Adams.
nTTEwiaUkoVrrthtra-Banls cf XUttntrpI rtaey,
. V frwork iaif ,to at IScmU on tt eoiiir
X. STUB ST at CO.
Crisp s jlalcty
:v fFffjoo. street.
LeteoaaoTliTBaaVT w. n. Cat-tP
Suit Haaazir Vr J. a (ttBTi lti-H
TiiuarM Mr. K. C. LXHOTNE.
inodneaoTor OreheMro, .....Prtfeeeor UBSfltSG
THIRD Sianr of thooeuuddeuneator af Irlit
chuacter, Mr. JiHiX DftEW, m MtatioiwHh
hi.loir.Mn.jnri!? TlRirvr. tie otameat condi.uno
oaevdrof AS TOO LICE IT: Teaehsa, Mr. John
Drew; IWsHrid, Mrs John Drtor, -whth the "Oatkat
et" and OfKUlal epWaeoo. PAS DS PASCtH ATrV.V,
atUHo Bfaeatlne and Aunie Tlonrad. 1 casatado with
tue farce ef THK OMSIB03; Pat Boaeer, Mr. John
TO-B-WMW, SiUrday, heertt of X John Drew,
rortnd earUedUrs. are MI la a( Ukt ear. aoaM
ASH'S MEMPHIS THEATRE.
STtiti uiMiir.....M n i Bsiixm
TRKAiCRBa H. P. JOHN SO.
rTTRltr UPH 1KT faeosoa and third aanht of oho rr-a'
I Amiteao Tragic Ao.-o, MIW. OaAKLOTT
(aAMPVtvr MI.e C CramreB a. -lUehart III
On FhtlDAY KVHKIS- Korrwter nh. 57. ad.
ffOtro oar or HKtHAKO 111: er, -Te a,IHo .f
lawwik HM4t B4e or GhMtor. VIM O. Srioino
Oom'e'o (hyMr CaotesnB. Tonrlso wh too faiee
of POOR PILUCtorDT.
n-orrTiJtlgMlJUaC..Craeatoa as MTrrrBca
Peeparllenlars, - diHy procramoa. BerOO
SPALDING & H0G2ES "
if ORLEANS CIRCUS
Great "Elevihont Show!
CaeVr tn- prto'al aaw.a-a n- . Vr r J. HOC HIS,
will ho ramhiard oa hmrd the TIM trtXS PALi.CS
at la-d7 r. H . ot
Memphis, Three Days Only.
fg' Afternoon aad Nhfht of Bach Pay.9
Memlny, Tnesdaj- &. Wednesday,
-Vuv. tiiia, -J4tli mid lirtth.
DmirVabi, an Arm Chair .-Meant
Chtatrau ondsy ha SS orait Io Towta fin o
PeaaSy ehriOa. ail OoahVmal Seat J enoli
OdsSrta adocten.as etBtotoPamtly. llnh '
SaSutea ............. .,16 coat
Xi half to OaHeii-a.
tT" A drj walk for Prdrotri.oa vi) he mnstra-trd aa
wet wtior aVnra the hrr from Prott Ra u the
Paloeo. ana he hrt Baootr
Illuminated with Torchs at Sight.
Ia ihta etMbtlian. gaen on rxprroaiy lor thoir atw
AaaohP-hrau la Xrw Orltaao will ho found Co
naVifnl InCl.h frrformlox
ELEPniM, - Tiftorla aad AiSert,
Mt hB-artint faotare la the thaw work! ua inadatn
Dracarea f-a-aar ailnri Ua lhSW,aia -
.tm..., Ta . i-yin i i ,i , .a . i.h.i .bu
rm rr'icti talol BWhave of want the. waahtalad aat-
I ntol- actaol y oerfaraa i . .
. Th-firm Trmoo U b I oral o ho tho oot SOW IX
I THK WOKfA. harlear ha-n aoVStad ha aaaaral Airnaa ba
I Bono, and America out of tue arnarin.1 Caaiih.
i Pre oh and Atoaruan Olfeuwa, and
MOS'S PRAVOM StRGRIST. Of Par).
M'U X AKfOtiVETTK MHOHtiry, or ParU.
MR. THOU M LKTOV. of Ia.o.
SIC.Vp.VE D. VILL.APnjr.VA, or Madehii
Who aro eaaaMered rog-ctrrly, at the head ef the rsnr
principal aaartaa at haooo. ta wt : Hwaeataoshrp
G Ba.U Paniamune aad downing ; hatldaa Iho fol
lowing STARS PCOM T3S U.VITM STATXdt
M loo Eata OrMaad, OuMaa. the Oaotrbity,
Mad r Oravod, O Pdctuudoon,
Dr 3 L Tharer, Toawtrank Barry
HVrcntea Uhhy. Ohartat WoMert.
Jaaea MePar-aad, The Markiy Brathen.
Ma-Ur J.-tm r-y, J n Wa-l.
T S Andrraoa, J BatiMaVr,
B win Prrrr. Ptcr Siaaaat,
Peter Pteraon. Orlando Jstttn.
THE STUD OP
BIXG, PAD AND TRICK HOUSES,
la rKObaaty the aioat TataaWa eaor ward ia any OWens.
CALLIOPE, or Steam Organ 1
Of lor waart y a anhan-rrod kraaa Maa, aa aanna
aaoaai a Hha Porto and todohlr In aoabara ttaha. at
ihea'awspheio for ion uiiua, ia u ur altaahea ta tha Pat-
orora-rt. arior-aVTaMrratao tor 3 aSa-.r fT am Ihr
ahaalaona hatiulaio aoon, aad wtl taaiaac. their ap-
Ros' Boston Ethloplau Rami
Bareh-au onaaerd at aratt tTpraaa. u zirr th Ir katoai-
I in.e onaanauimonw. H aes, cnora. ft. Sultaaaaa. i.-..
the ei.o( ds3vno of Mono Mtno raay, ia tho BMoth
KL.EG.tJfT COSCBRT HALL,
OK IHE mtAVHR KATHOXD,
Whoah wta aiways Ho ahHK a mt ra PMaoo. Aom'l
ftoa oaiy o-ato
3T Me-aea. SaaaMac h R-arra i.pxan maO atkra
rtoa tt '! ns af the RtT-r Town-, whsaonatar tmM a
noil 't- Sow Orteaao lata wlcto- at thr uariraaVI at
Iractlou ol thatr now oaaphlibeatro t. tbaacfey.eorno. of
Scrh rkoaMrataai 0011 roal Plaor.
H .TT PnaX'S OAJtPSni I, MIMSTRZrjS. tho sa
prrredeaard OUbfl'S near on Ih- fLU Et W 0-
LlRRPUL. PSKMMlUIKt. XtXPSiANTi ihe FAMOUS
CR (UR -rtavr. H, with aa arMioa a( lCRLi in
TlkirnK A.MBHI'-A.a fuJW Tooair V Thim Ana-a-a
rbr-MhO.il.it Mahv-Bt JrryaWlUCOMaTMA.V,-aal
anan-rpi uaiaar r-aaaror ar- r ra aeon tacre, aou ar-arhrfa-taathl.
lr.t-r M ru td 0tktrr.an w 'hat rl.1-
taM ftaai tho hatorharcau atwayi rty npm Taalar at
tU ap'oofid T .'aire, arirr aal h tter and rarr rtfcr-tateaa-a-p.
' prujo ( taNitaata only SS ornu) than
at ana otbrr Vhoatre ta ik - city.
For Saturday "Might Eeding,
T7'KRnOOs:ill aar y. a.aattn
IV Rrrnatl.'s MlditXa t.r Xmmm
KR tHAH'S M l (ila for Koaaadtoii
rWwarrS LAJtr nodK r X. T.na.11
PtiRTtQVd SPtaiT or rdl TUtas, oialthnau
fall .irtnaal af V frrrai tta rfoaa TTilaijl
TAHKSM .ITrtXS tor Bwaaahai
BU.aPKR-a WSBTLT, Karoaaaar T.
HSW Tons; LKBOkh M.-r-ntbrr 14:
ALL TO BE FOUND
Geo. VaUIsaja & Co's.
Assign e9 Notice.
HAjah-atajnuantrd Aaaaa at rwvSOX .
rtArVBhf, saoS bt hereby gtr n ta aft p laaaa bt
rhoad ta -aM trm hy nate tf aoakant, a coaa farward
iaaaaiatrlT and aettla, aa ir.4olaro cannot be atra.
aad tta) uai 1 ibpai t at ataaa aatborhi d to etas rocotpt
m attain t t taa rbaashnaaa la la tali irai
antaVtawaaa ay hut attoroy . D. aUgiand.
Lino 1 Lime !
BARKRU Extra Wo. 1 I iw Jnat tar-dtnc
X L OA-MI .v no..
It-tw tr P.t Seor..
SOW IS YOUR TIME TO BIT VfiRY I HEAP !
TP y ,a want aa I- taut PIASa. braai -
L ra'rr raktia with paa'
ODKON rory v.hraa
n 0,00-0 aaaar ai.rt-
If y.ia want a braatlfal OTTTAR tn aM wtth p-ari
Md rrory, ar a eaa 3 AN" JO. da to nun
If you waat a ana VktrLU.', .vrCMtDgUt: or FLU
TtXA, Bfiatan haa th--rr. cVnp.
U yoa waat a haw PARLOR On AX roplayfardasc-
ra, go ta B'asaB.aa has aaoaeanc aura
t- yaa want n at th 'aerat and bra:
PIAXO and 90H-.VR MVaW or tha day,
If yoa want a sue art af 3AX HO&XS Ir Bm
Hand, lim-aa ata St raaact la aar orKr, wtth Ma-Jc
arraared: ia ttct, at yon want toaty ihlrcisthe Ha-lc
Uaa. t-aaa eta faraioa yau wtf - It at a r-ry lawprlea.
I Mean -what I Say! 3
"Ntn. An kuda .r mn . nf-qnaMBhid -
ptlrad wtth naantott aud rttoytkrh at
K. A. RBITSOX'-l.
Maaks Stor Ka. MS Maes atnet, Moaphao, fran.
1 WlCanj solha. Q-Uanat aaat aooatW,
ijUUU warranted paya, to; taW rty law, by
a-ja.iw WAan h jeatas
O aURRaTU heat pawdarel, Ut aala by
ajvg Jw WARD a. JoafSS.
Sup. Carb. Soda.
EBOS b-at XadUat, tar ui by
oari-3r WARD &. JO:n.
SpictK or all :tiBtIa.
-VIUTVKm, Stat, Ctoaajaoa. Ah-abra, Chwaa. Oiagrr,
ll BUek Poaorr, orade and siatnrt, far aala by
WAD it JOXRS,
wrrS-lw- 9J9JS Maat atrect.
CAaMlCHARL harim tikra out pMtors ef A
attnanaarlaB aa laeottateot Biea EnMer, ded.
t ta a an aaraaae nartag ciaiwa atataat aa4 -otate
and ail p.rtaaa tn drbtrd taa,d r.ta.r. ta ataae terward
aad prrrrat thatr tlahy asd pay ivlr labtldattt, or
iay waa aa araat waat aaaaoarra: to raa-.
aarS-'m K CAktt -aiAXL, Ada'r.
riS aoaatnarahap harrt ifarr r.tallss hetwoen R. p.
Cartas 1 Co , haa laU day '-rrn dtaaalnd. Tha
.uaacrbjcro havhn batthl -h wiia Interest af W. B.
4rabr.ak aarl R F Cir-oo, th-bna laaaa wilt in tb m
taro bvanadactrdhr lieat at hroM stand. Xa x9Mad
lu atnrt, whaaraalw ntrnttrd with fh aettfemant
of nVen th.-aar R. F. Cirvea, JtCi
eoa 1-1 n f .tPBRd H. SMrfhT.
r. tt copiland. c w. EBatos.ns c. vr. caxswujl.
COPELAKD, EDMONDS & CO.,
Ooaiert la Fine
Lkjaert at Ofltrt J
any9-yta XO. tt PROMT ROW MBMPHI3.
300 Of .0 sobD Hlcti for a, tn -aHI-JUU.UUU
tb ota salt pare aat, at iba kila,
d'hae-ad at aay pit in th city or raDottf , or the ma
trilil rasta. : au.1 Tviric aa. Apptyda
. X . C. PRPflS.
IW"-1" Stale IJW r-t. Tmmr rhr ate Serf:.
NO. 98 FRONT ROW,
Corner of CTrtshintoa Mreet.
THR proprietor of thr- p,psAar -rtrTtP e.
Sxleea hat th p-eara-e arCc - 1 '-Lift?
tnncanftrg t iu, pataosii. aokV tV. S
the -piratic cn-rtrly, that- tt It tL&O-S
now rrnlariT ao.-a t' r the aaa a. Th ia era of these
deHetoas htratros. can he Mrrr-t ra aay aty-e fnaa th
laeH. ttawrd, reaaoad. ca.l.-d or frlra Ha latrnaa
twlnjr tilt -Atd. aa-1 wUl Jsraui 1.T Ihm .k-r u ran
or barrel ai maentM- ra'n noTlaton
RAXAWAr treTS lb inHCTlbcr, ob r! if trl , r ,
x negro byaASd BARXS. abont tvrtr-tw.SO
year of a'e, and rmm are hot tea ua atcrrn iaYbraV.'
In hoighi ; rathrr of tlW atakrr, and Sat erarwtii.
hit farrtmd, I tain. SM nnrrv waa harad aat t Mr.
Aaron Bras. near tela plaee. ard . ft wllbaut aay are-
Tucatioa. a I snderttaed. I wdl ti e the ahere reward
ta any person lar hit arrehrsaion ff likaa attthest tha
St tie, asd 816 If titan within th- Scam or aaTga-l in Jail
oo that I git him.' I have abprehtutain of tt en-
doarorUr t grt ts a tree 3ta e.
XAB It. G0W1K8,
nortS dllawTto P:thervih. RheH.T t T Bn.
, I?or Sale
IrCftft 5ACCS Coart Salt. Io amve hy Steamer
iU yVj aHpa. bs lots of tosses and neward,hy
i. HARRIS TOKMELST & OO.
orli l Xo. (.FreatRow.
Tl TERCrfAXTSaM othrri win baro an
11 of paiehalLg al CATCS i OUK'S,
Pino Cambric Obtt.ro;
Pine rrmrh KoMiu CoTar!
Kz Muaii Coaahtle aMSwU Sooaol
Fhar Lim ona
Pjoo Un, Dtoiiir aod uooes CMwl
Pfsawaa MoHa aod marttr BanSai
Floe Sola. M-IVa aod ho FoI.ioioitii;
Ftac rmbralooiidHaoOk rrMroH
Pmeanbrotorrrd Uwro HaaMrirhn;
Floe Rea-otnchtd HoodkorchMar
Fta ueu Haarik-fchoef,,
Pro. Caeohrr- rksneoa,
Khae L'srn Sdrta aod iBoorMon)
FmeOonar.. V4. rk
L If.' aid Hnato floor. ;
Caenlne yonrfo. rts-tau Craralt. Ao. had
Xtoot whrhwtiho aoM to hi ohorw. wtthoit
m . 0 eaves a. str.
Aa-tl.oroia aad P-ool hotooo raTokora,
"tr" t S Uroo oirott
Sold to Pay Charges.
3CORX Cro.a.ii aad S urr-ro, l.rbyaB. loi 3tC,l
' Boeoopowrr aarl 30iooro.oaoktei nuttoui
I OXtao Cits warkiS ilsm. Brvro i eh, ,
Ii hx fatal Boo, -harked S.
tbtmk wheat. 1 '
3 " Catowh aVoadyi
3 " Oosoao "
Ou Jloudny, 38th Inst.
x. o OATCS k sttx.
Anrtlourera and Ib-al Botalo Beaker-.
" by vr. .v. hl'xt & ctt.
S5.000 Worth of Clothing,
T-SwdlaeiJun PfBAT MOaNlM!
V at W otaioeh, at ant Soaao Roa,
at aot Shw R ana. Mo tt) MaoaVoa
-t ', Ftvr Th - oan awnoai wortn ar L
ry ia.-a oa aor Sartheraar ranata hvgat
tS OvorCuatJ, aaaorlod;
lea Dr 11 ' "
MS Pre k -Taat,
Paana, oa.- .
sale norkiae atat wilhanl ptaerrs.
.3 tt X. S. LETT. .
Kcsi'ocs 1 TSej-rocs !
I STILL fc.au -oaal FIPTT Xt). I XEOWjOiM at.
of mrry a. illlan, lar a. arllm, aaat jgff
aado Oaurt anoa. (.
X. TTAIXA-K. -2-3.
haaU-tw Aaatlaaear awl Jtm B.akir.
0Pfhaitatar9tH'yC Aaitrrtan, nVornwS, a
ptaaa on Wr -mr Uro arHr-a fraat tta ctl
l Ml aa THrnsttAT. Moriuihrr SS raanorr .1
IO -mtork, an th- X era, Mate. Har-r. V,
Oarto. Harao-a, he Al a a lorce lot at f-ra
MaTNaVauc. A'w.lb af arad Mian fawo aou CaH 00,
aboet ore buratred head or Huoa, a arse lot ar TarkosvjL.
Oharkma. aad a lorar lut cf foraolug ubsaHo
Parao, Ho-., Oraa. Catior-. ta ; Ha-n Mat ard Ektaaau
Pumtia-e. all Saa and a-orl. new with taaey ataar ao
taiara too nnaaroun. aauk-ntnat. Sale poottt-a ahrana
earh. HiHKI-TT. JKN.VINtJet. Amrt-itt,hOr.
C. C. ISDIH-Hir, AatUulrwa.
J . "Wali.1 X. Aaci-arrr natt-
A GOOD eh.ncr at now 1 " r-4 t. pot a aavd baaao ge a
HL aaad - ohrbbarhand, IS ratleo eaat af 'f . oe
th ereranuriawn Plank nnad. and the Moarphal aM
Charh-a-aa !"...l.-uad spy lcr-a iSd. m aajaM
ranatraira4rrne. alt roan ta-t r.ac, wfah ahead
?,1S0 tret a tuad p!aak fmeo. Tea kaa-l Una 11 oat hoi
aaas saapeatu-ai'ika. orehard. a-ach. aaatr, ptana aad
qahaso tr'a Tho takproaaaaaal-i eanahat ar a twaaTgag
aaaar,- with 7 ronaaa. tart 1 chids- a aetata bona . huaao
otaale aad gia-heu? and arai tag; e en w ctatorn. O
iho load la faad -hack water tor all tar soar.
run MM -"lahHar. t aaxl kr-M o9HI aa wail to Ink at
tlwaaaaee, as tl wis b a 44 prrrn-lp an r mniata
torato, all together, at drotnd, or wjlhr atnard tab.
thrrr pa-U aa par ptat of ataar ; if not raid toar.
wK haeMwl-warl rea-rra, TTMTnSOAT, tha Rtt of
:ooatbir. at tho aaush waat oara-r mt Oaurt laatirn
Maaaa, Tr.1, at 11 o'rtark, a m. Thto ptae ohTopa
oma maowujiiihi. V)ijwMa thtrry anaatra rasa af
Mraaphia by Ik' Bail road, which paean coeiy fa haana
In Ma day
TBBMS Oa -thtr: ea.h. aa'aaer ta w tad taae,
ailhoua arte oat. Mov, laot .e.rp. arM aoc't laraat th
' M o c iTC i aaajr,
peepe-hao Aoelian 1 ia and E-M ata. a hiia
Cnnncerv Sale of
LADS, XEtKOE. MOKKS. JiDLBS,
Corn, Fedtler asd Fanolkvg Impk
menls. r par.aaaeear a d cr o of tarty react Caart af Tnutii,
ooaxtx, p-nnour.crd n tk OCaU-r taraa INT. af aaat
Dam 1, at Ajaottn, ia tho anlt of ,
John Bobaaaea. AaaiBUraaar's uf wTitlant K haaiao.
dasMted, and 01 bar to 'wa-o It. rrwaa, I wtu aaat aa
Oasam-aoror an W8B tr aad WK XBSTaAT. tha
sth aai inch data of Docrnabo-. rMf, on tho araaoaao.
of J antra M. Owen, ttatnc IS atita wrat af iiaiaaa.
an tha ntiaoado roal. lraiti to Caaiaaree. aad aht
gmoaoattad Oaniojiir -, the t.nlamaa aaaaum at wfet:
anaaa, rigaraaa ana onai un a. fin ao-l tn ht
tan () jf iwaao tm. po .ajMuaaaw fanhia,
rnty. MMpt-tppl T-Mocy-tan narroot, aaat.
S3d rhiuiror; Mataa. H-M-aaa. n, a-.
'. aad Ftmttaa Ian rat nia ta th- ki uai baaaW
ana-thtrd CA.h, tha balance of 1 ba parcbaar aawop ha
xwa -aat payao-wc., in ano ana aaa f
tataroii at tho rote of rorkt par eaa. par 1
raotamaau caoaBrtoo a ar
boom aaar or tra haadrod aero
Book lolaad Baron, ait mi)- man tha 1
tar. wtth a aaa4 mad tharato.
faieaa wtth aapraoad aoaartty. wt'I W r aaxraa, pad a
aaaietalardnaauah- haaa ai0 anram
IHGEAHAM & LSE'S,
Wood and WiUw Ware.
ARE ofl-B ara4. -Wmm ta tt that yaa can aahadto
vaB . chaap W ull yaa -by ype m
wmaas oan- uaraoiar aiwy on hat, la wa
anddt the fair ihiag try ear cnat.ai.-rt. Oar
aro I aht Wr hay r-rcaah ad arij torca-b.t
ly P-trrHnat tblaaH at pay fr Paa.'aajaa.
Ton wtl ta. 1 1 at it H eat-ptiooloo that
If. 8 3Ifiree street,
H Mao afaao lar oaah hay to ta apend tuatr aaaorr.
$2,500 Wortli of
HO-efCRT AND CLOVES.
IWiDEItStllRrS AND ORAWBRS,
CUN ANO PISOu,
vIOLINH AND UPITAHS,
FLU I ES ant ACrORDKONS,
TRIMMINGS, e. Sx.Scx.
TBK ahoao ataeh la now a aty :ar -a.p. a1 bat at tha
Aaatlia Hai-o af T i. H IRniS STT Maaa atiiil.
aad at nth id ta .h Ck-.y -alC. iu.tr j Trada at Whaat-
aat chrap 'or ra h
OHADBfl, c , at OSTfl
FUR OASl Call 00 n '
ana ataao yon
rU-catons froaa the iaraat alock roar af-
H. at SaOSTEriOa.
Eoeewoed Parlor Suits.
a-w.K. Ptrwr Salt 1 1
af Para tur Ja.t n- I
s c-!r 1 rn io c
prkx frara $HS ti $Ms . t which wa artlr tha iparl.i
aitra-'loa of parcaara. Prl rery ar, at taa aaw
aad l-aaaaoe eoaahb.bJteBt a
MrCIJTXWT fc. OS.
A NEW aly.a mt
ZHhor wtth ih drc lent aarkri of Piaaib.
Rkh-noct and Cattafo Pairarada. O-aal la latiataali
are oaorad to parchaoera that a lath' 'bar 4
na MeCIXKBT k 0OS.
OCR aaurtakaat ot rarh aad ohwtnt
fatbtoaabte Pnratlara laaaa ba aara-
xi J PMticalar atttoaiioa I- 1' r.lad to a
few a ta r op ri ehacaclor. and Parlor Pa'at noaaaaa
t.fc: urrd .a Xrw Turk atd P-adat, lar aar own trada.
Vim or ihe etiy abaaM aat fad ta hk thnash oar
bo anV 'nuneaao eaUbUthBaeat.
i d 3tryaWatT & am.
Cheap Carpets. &c.
MZDAUAoX Vetrrt Oarpat ;
Taptrttry V-la-1 Care-la X
Taaartry Br nate Carpet ;
leaver 111 Thr a--Ply Carprfsl
Bath lusrata Cavata ;
Ai&rrican Tasrant Oaraotr ;
Tataat y V. loci stair Carpet t
Tapeftry Rnu el stair Carprta ;
TanUed Stair i trprta. H H and l-t yard wate-f
Crt Cclha St 10 I II 1.11 4, K-t aad-, da.
Sraaaatx. Pcituax an aVjcklaaa s
Stlrrr Ptalod aad Braa- ItirBaao.
Ilk u a ttt. afar taxtwrtl twrUat itrrkar Oatpaai,
aR ar-r aid fmh. an-l bouiht ahtco the dHcttae, we o
'aett the kttentl n of parchaorrt, aad plrTg nor gal ita ta
1 an got. ot a rrry aea-uiprnst aadoiae perfect ootio
tadatan ia aR caars. Carp-:! st ad and pat a wot.
aav6 McKlXXRT Is. 8Q.
T HOC ATBLI.S. Satin Srlalse. Wartri
XJ ton Bt-nr'l, L.reand Mnahn Cnrtaiae,
ncodM. Bart Honaeds, Win tow Cornice. Car tabs Band
tad Pins. Story artlelo ot Onod aad TrtataHaaa nteTt
-t tedrcoraio a Cottaao r Palaeo.
Carttln Utajter executed hy aa oxpor kaaced actawa
raoBi st tota utty.
aoro McXIKXBT t OO.
100 Boxes Tobacco,
rtT9T nired fra. tho brat Kaaafarrurers In Tt
rt (lata, aad tar rate laarrr hsa roo- to iw trade
Wa will dapiiea.tr any Xnrthorn or aaatrrn bui htaaht
ia the Isat twarao aaoBtan -adth laa uil or htand
knU-Sot J. R. SHA K PI St 00.
Pianos, Helodeone, Furniture,
I HATS inat rrnmd .
wvan WMM neajtn, rr
Ih Xarth, It I hai
takea nmch coin la a
Irettar a aapmn atanrtnwat at Plan Pornlt ra. Car
pet, Corttl' Soada, Sha.., hie . wb ch I aat now ra-.-rtrtnic
and anhtlnK to all who u fa.or ate wtth
thatr patrM.ga My rarat wuh t foinloh good ar
tMat at mtcnah'o pr-icn
T haw rasagrd Prof- tour C P WIXSLRR. wht wlB
XtinA ta alt . ntert far tanUg and er4 t. laati oauaata
and wa' cn thoor wo Urar ax with a call.
XB ktada of Maura aaar ta or-rr
S X. aainvVKXOR.
epIWm ' wa'a Mrraf.
GREAT 25 A U ASMS
TO BB HAD AT THh PBBMIITVI
MAliN-ST , OPP- COURT SQUAJtC.
rs in suw :
and haen araaatavitly on
Drtaniry an . kjl
kd la oar h
ham rnr atapas- aad
arted tteak of aB nd
line eref erfrr a in Mi
Afcrv GIN BAN t oarry
dHripttaa, , ta I af wtjeh w
haano one alt. alien if pnraaa
aera a. w eoa and wdl M lav
oaah ar arataat na aa a a
tTMcawapaot. air- gaannua ta-
tin aatlalntkaa. Ttiaalila. u-aaaauvawt-s.
pMatwtr a'. 1 a Id b aad nukmdittnoir
oora daw POWn, PdoOawR ,v tjp
N URSE S Y.
A tikhui aivttwaHr oa Mtta atrr-ivf
ta. Mraaaawi. waa oar aaat
PKOtTMSwiv araMtaatar ;
GrtEiix-nocsi: plaxts. boi,bSV
RHBBAKB- AXD AtPASAGOa ROT3.
auyuaia inrtam K ara-5. Qriert f-eja uttiaseo
pnaftatlty tended t, aafdjoVtrrd tn any pntt ( tho
cltyfrwct Otrgt. noria-OBt
rata kil'iot azaa.
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