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U, TxntH CUCtOtlHO BCMITTaXcr TO YttE
OmCt tCOtT BE BECIITEBXI", OTtLEBWISE THE
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s rorsiBLS ro aji umn that mat pctgi.
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IB ADVAKCE. .
M EMPHIS .
IHUEEDiY MOESrSQ, DECEEBEK 10,1837.
A very fair iruopiU ef the President' Men
rage wa pubHtied in the city paper Yeterdsy
laomiBg. Although the hading ! sr
riven with cleiraeai and force, yet it will rot
at all dimialsh the Merest with which the en
tire Message will beread, when It ahall cone
From thli tysepsis we are enabled to antici
pate a Measaye exceedingly clear, full, rtatea-maa-Hke
and aMe, and which will be received
with approbation by the cetry at large.
lie position of the Piesedent Ufxra the J
comptoa Cosatitatteo of Ki upon the cnr
leney, as open Utah a Fa in, will meet with
very geani -,!. vor. That upon the Kaoaas
ConetitatioB eepecialiy, wlH commerrd itaelf to
the sound judgment of the country In propar
tioa at it ahall be examined and tJlseussecJ with
patriotic calmaeia and especially tothatrr
t ion of the country who are bbxiobs Tor Kansas
affairs m loBger to disturb the arena of Fedi
ral politics, and who would have the people of
that Territory hereafter to settle their own
disputes and controversies.
On the currency, the President' view will
raset with favor everywhere throughout the
Ubiob, and we doubt not that his suggestion
will exercise their due weight open the legisla
tions! the State.
DIBACBEEKEST 05 KOK-EiSESTIAXS.
mm th Waihtaiten Ontoa.
An opposition journal makes the prediction
that the disagreement between the Administra
tion and Gv. Walkeb as to the" Kansas Con
vention will result in a disruption of the Dem
ocratic party. Whether " the" wish is father
to the thought " ia tal matter it is not mate
rial to inquire ; bat we have too much confi
dence in the integrity of the Democratic pat
ty to fear any sueh catastrophe as that pre
lUctrd. Gjv. Walke may feel himself personally
bo bound by his tJeeUriUoBS and pledget in
Kansas as to preclude the possibility of his
acquiescence In the coarse cf the convention ;
but we are usable to comprehend bow this fact
is to impose an obligation on an; portion cf
the D;mocraic partr to oppose the Adminis
tration in Kb basest efforts to bring the trouble
in Kins is to a final ssttlemtat by Us early
admission as a State.
The Administration has repeatedly recognized
the validity of the law of the Kansas Lrgitla
tare, which provided for catling a cosrestien
Every bonafiU Inhabitant of the Territory had
the right seearedhbn to participate in forming
the CoBsUtuttonbyTotiRgfor ssch delegates as
he might wish to represent him. The Admin
istration, has again and again repudiated the
absurd assumption of the Black Republicans,
tha', became a portion of the inhabitants de
clined to exercise their right to vote for dele
gates, therefore the convention was not a legal
and valid body anthorized to make a ConstltB
tion. Oa the contrary, the Administration has
distinctly recognized the convention as valid.
and has acknowledged its obligation under the
laws to see that their deliberations should be
unmolested by faetionisU of 'very kisd.
Bscaastra ps-rtioa of the Kansas people re
fused to vote, and because it was asserted that
th ronvcatiea represented only a minority of
the inhabttaats, the Administration was will
ing to see the coaventioa provide for submit
ting the CeBstH-stlea made b them to the rat
inatton or rejection of the whole people.
The convention, however, for reasons satlsfac
ory to theeasslves, aad In the exercise of
Iega: discretes, saw proper to sabmit only one
clause for the ratification or rejection of the
people, but nbat clause embraced the only qnes
tion involved hi the controversy, out of which
grew the refnsal of a portion of the inhabl
'an to vote for delegates. As the main f s
ettul matter af coritreversy was submitted by
the contention, the Admt4stratiB could sec
at ;ood reason why the failure to submit the
matters not involved in the controversy, and
cot thereore. essentials in the dispute ehould
lajsce thetn to reject the action of the exmven
Gavemor Waike differ wHh,lhe Admin
istration on this point, and opposes the action
of the convention. Is this such a disagree
meat as should or as will distract and destroy
the harmony and integrity cf th Deiae-crAtec
party ? We think not It is a, disagreement
as to a matter that was sever really involved
la the Ktnsis question, and is, 'therefore,
difference of Ofrioion os)ly".between the Presi
dent and Gov. Walkeb, which does not in the
least affect the potiey of the Administration.
What if a Democrat should prefer that the
whole Constitution should have been suhmK-
te ? Will be, because that has not been done
condemn tfai Administration, dissolve bis coa
nexio-j wi.h the party and join the Black Re
pubii-ans, when by tht course of the canven
uin the great essential object that he desired
has been secured? Wi.l or can any good Demo
rrat, whs is not embarrassed by personal com
m.t'als and pledges Hke Gov. Walker, separ
ev.e f.'asa his party on a difference that Involves
nothing bat a non-essential point? We think
that all true Democrats will answer the great
principle ioveJted In the Kansas act was that
"as people BhouM have a Constitution with or
without slavery, as they pleased. This right
is fa' ly seenred by submitting the slavery clause
to them ; and we will not distract and divide
oar party because other matters never deemed
essrnlial heretofore have not been submitted.
Ail gooi Democrats will regret the necessity
in ihe iodrvMaal position of Gov. Walker,
wh ch constrains him to pose the action of
tae co ivestioa and sepirate Dtmseir. trom toe
Administration, but the great national Democ
racy is sot to be broken up on a mere matter
of regret that a distinguished Democrat can
cot agree with the Aamlnlatratioa en a ques
tion of policy that is not vital or even impor
Much of the error that now prevails 'as to
tlii division in the Democratic party on the
late actios of the Kansas Convention, arise
from hastilv cofound!nc two very distinct
classes of objections. There aremany Demo
crats who would have preferred to see the en
tire Constitution submitted and who would
have so voted as members of that convention,
bat who recognize the legality of the convey
tioa ani He right to submit the whole or a
part There art others who denounce tb
convention as a mere minority body, without
the right to make a Constitution ante ss their
entire work was aabmittui for th approval
cf ths Donular wdznent. The difference is
airked and vital. The former ibject to the
action of the convention oa a son-essential
,oint, and, therefore, are not properly classed
as enemies of the policy cf the Admlnistra
tion. The latter object on a vHal point the
Vgality and power of the convention to mike
a C:isj:ution and heace they are in danger
of being properly regirded a the enemies of
:he Adestaiftration, inasmuch as the Adminis
tration recognize the legality of the conven
ft n and it right to form a Constitution to be
f.ibamted ia whole or In part to the popular
Beichax You.hc, The Oxford (Me.) Dtmo
rra' revs that Bbioham Youc has relatives
j , Oxford cooaty, and osce reoided there Mm
etf with by father. H is cka.-rlbed as ti&f
in' bc- la Me younger days a religious enthu-
e ast, with a peculiar gift in talking at rell
K:ous meeting'. He would travel considerable
distances to attend these gahnrings, making
no provision for bs family, and teaviag the
whole care and support of his children at sueh
times with hi wife. He afterward fell in with
some Mormon elders and embraced the faith,
ni in a short time his enthusiasm and ambi
tion placed kla at th head of the " Church "
and made him .ruler of 'the soloay at bait Lake,
jg An Alabamian, a short time since, went
to bc the depot on the Mobile aad Qalo Kail
road. Near the station were several Irish
draymen, and thinking to quiz tbeis,he thouW
to or.e : H,i the Railroad got In ? " Dee
iad has,air,u wasthe prompt response.
ftTThe Philadelphia Gaz'tllt, speaking of
a utn prima dowa, says : " Her voice Is soft
as roll of velvet an I aj (tender ij a pair of
s op tfiop pintalaons."
$3T The Continental powers of Eurese are
e. 1 1 to be about tc adopt measares to check
liit larceaiigratlQa to .A merit.
3" A Philadeiphii.f aprrtcerttlylnsrted
T.e foilowfrgiaJrertisinitnt-s V Wanted;rjhi
offi. e, aV4,-oY good moral character."
tsa Mrx CcsitiKoHAX apd her two' dicgb
trs ar.Teponea tjbsjp-
qSF Xhejjlaf iaxib)Vptp.erty in New
OrUypJZgbjm Jszaseaaed-at t0i9325,
' WhylscliTcKen pie like a gunsiliya
7 Mrac S ro fair. fntrt.f n.l..
. . . AtTA-IES IK EA.SF43.
The followint; letter, which srt copy from
the St. touls jbxntcrat, exhibits th animus
of the Free-Stale party in Kansas: .
'Hwntrr, Xaxjas, yrrtmbtr-as, 1SST.
A-meet It g cf tti citiz-ns nf LawreBce was
held on the evening of the 19th Inst. It bad
been aBooined dunn ths Jay that General
Lane,.bvt!ig arrived In town, would address
the meeting- The subject of bis address would
he what ahall we do in the present criBis?
The meeting wst organized by the elee'Jon of
Gtn. C B. Whitman, Chalrmsn, and Norman
Allen, Esq , Secretary. General Lane, being
introduced to the meeting, took the stand, and
made one of his most able and eloquent
speeches. At his conclusion the Chair ap
pointed a committee on resolutions, consisting
hot the following gentlemen: CoL VilHam A
rauups, wttitao Huteoison, Gen. J. H. Lane,
Dr. Newman and R B. Prentiss. During he
absence of the committee, lb stand was occu
pied by Gov. Robinson. When he bad con
eluded his remarks, tke committed, through
their Chairman, Col. Wm. A. Phillips, report
ed the following:
Whebeas, Abodror men claiming to.act
as a Constitutions! Coaventien, have presumed
to frame a State Constitution for Kansas, with
out submitting the si me to a vote of the peo
ple; and vhrrmr, they were elected by a snail
sftujenty of the people of Ibis territory, and
roiiregent interests that were signally defeated
bf an overwhelming vote in the recent Octoser
election ; and interest, taev Dave framed a par
tisan Constitution obnoxious to the people, and
hive or eiuatfd a vile swindle of pre'ended
tabmission to drceive Congress, and accom
plish their wicked purposes. Therefore,
JiuoiTra, iDat Doming t: not too late, we
race more tenler 'fraternal relations to those
misguided men, and to secure such, urge tbetn
by every sentiment of bouor and j-muce, to de
from such dangerous and treasonable prac
HtMolvtd, That should they persist In their
course, we hereby declare them tbaitpm to
the - IrsHlmate government of the people, ene
mies to the public peace, and outlaws to the
efi'ral s-cuiltv iney nave vitiated.
Ritotrtd, mat uie Lcompton uonsiiiauoa
a a cross violation of the expressed wishes of
the people of Kansas ; that it Is a fraud, and
ecolteuor. intra, ana we ssiemniy pi ft. re our-
selv;s to resist to the last all attempts to toast
it upon us.
fififrf. That while we recognize the right
of any respectable body of men to originate
stens to secure an organic taw tor me luiure
State, we repudiate the so-cal!-! election pro
posed to tie nek ou tae lE ui uscemoer next,
as a farce and a swindle.
Rttoteti That the Drowsed assumption of
executive power by the creatures of the I.e
eemp'on Convention, without the sanction of
be people and in violation of federal authority,
'S oangeious tome interests ana peace o: mo
sas. and the rast extraordinary occasion that
could demand the prompt actios of the legisla
tive and executive tiepauniems.
RntlTtt, Test we have reason to expoet
from the Territorial Executive an immediate
rail for a special session of the Territorial
Lc slatore; but should the promues given to
us from that quarter fail, wehereby respectful-
'V sutrem to all excellency tzov. uowies
RTbiosoo. the propriety of caKing a speial
sssimi of the State Legislature at the earliest
After sawe little olscussioB the resolutions
were adopted unanimously. A resolution was
then passed prorWieg for the formation of a
vteiUnceco-nnitttee. iBe meeting ajnourBes.
Viettatce committees, composed of men of
the Free-State party, have been f ersaed in sev
eral localities and wttl soon ne comraoa inrougD
out the Territory.
Gov. Walker, regarding woose expected oe-
parture from the territorv so much has been
said of late, took leave of Kansas on the IStb.
He bas virtually relinqmehed the reins of gov-
-nfflnt. He came to Kansas bearalded as a
statesman of " national reputation; "be leaves
it better Known as a political trickster ana
dishonest politician, than by any other title.
When he entered Hpon tae duties of his e&tce
six months ago, he had everv opportunity and
every inducement to act fairly and honestly
to do justice to all parties, ine sequal bas
shown that no man baa ever made himself a
more willing tool ia the bands of the slave De-
sorracy. Secretary Stsatoo Is ztow abtiBg
Gavernor of the TrrHory. It is said that this
fentieasan bas received the appoictBtent of
Commisiioiier of Indian Aflcirs, and that be is
also soon expctd to leave the Territory. In
the absence of both Walker and Stanton it is
presumed that Calhoun will exercise the gu
Colonel Jenkens, on of the most prominent
members of the late Constitutional Convention,
died at Leccmptea, of dtiirinm (renrsii, two
days ago. ALL.vla.
Gaiaeriag cf Caagros.
The WashUitoB correspondent of the BaMi
more San writes under date of December 3, as
" This is a bright and bauttfal iky affords a
picas iog impression of the federal city to those
who now, for the first time, are drawn to it by
the approaching session. Conciliation and
harmony appear to govern the cooaeeis and eon-
ferenres of the DtfirscraUc party of both
House?. Th're is no dangr of any bilk in
the organization. There is no competition
tth Col. Orr as the Democratic candidate for
the Speakership. A brisk contest for the
Clerkship is carded on the prominent candi
dates bernz Mr. Allen, of Illinois, and Mr.
Robinson, of Indiana. Should any resolutions
of a di star bio; character be offered in the
Democratic eaucup, as is wholly improbable,
iney win t ruled out or orar.
"Judge Douglas is here and bad along inter
view wi h the President toay. The hopes ol
a pscification of the Ktnsis question rest
mainly upon the result of this interview. A
financial storm is not apt to be followed by a
political calm, and it would not be difficult, at
'his junc'Hre, to renew party and national agi
tation, lae occasion calls lor autmul pilot
age on the part of tnese who are at the helm
or thomc aniirs. It is predicted with exulia
Ueu ia presses wboe vacation Is agitation that
Uie breica in toe Democratic party is wiiim
ing. and that the members of Congress, as fast
as they arrive here, take sides for or agains'
the Administration. But this does not accord
with my observation. Oa the coatrarr. a
neat degree of moderation anl forbearance
prevails, and a determination patiently to
"The mestaee and the reports of the seve
ral beads-of the departments are said to be
very lone, aid necessarily so, inasmuch as
they embrace details on new and important
su' j'cts. It is to be hoped IhU they will not
be suffered to appear in print, at a distance,
before they are presented in;Congreft, as has
ssraeumes Deen toe raee
'A sircessor to Mr. CarroHtSp-nce as mtn
ister to ConsMntinoule is to ba appointed. I
learn that Sir. John B. Broan, ths present
dragoman or toe legation is mucu weed for it
" Mr. Ingham, of Pennsylvania, has been
commissioned as commissioner of custom",
tin aduci stra
in his communication of the day following,
the same correspondent says:
" It Is understood that Judge Douglas does
not concur with the President In bis views as
to the action of the Kansas constitutional coa
vention, and will, probably, take an early op
portunity to introduce a bill authorizing the
people of Kansas to form a State constitution.
The question in Congress will be between the
Miisot tae acceptance or tae Lecompton eon-
stitsrioa In ths form in which it aay be pre
Printed copies of the constitution as It was
adopted have been received. There is little to
be found in it of an exeeptio-table character.
even to the anti-slavery men, npart from Ihe
article relative to slavery waleo is submitted
to the popular vote. Io the apportionment of
renresentation. Johnson countv is allourMl
number of representatives double that of Shaw
nee county. I7e latter county is the more
populous, but the convention based tbe appor
tionment on the fraudu'ent return from tbe Ox
ford district of Johnson county. But what
ever miy be the objections to the constitution,
it is very certain that It will come here after
tbe election of the 2lst inst, and in tbe form in
which it was adopted by the convention, and
with tbe approbation of a minority of the ac
tual bthaaHanis of the Territory. The Pres-
ioeat in- his message will present bis views
or toe subject, witn documents to weir sap
port. " Aauancirtwrd.otJlaiRe.willBndoubtedlv
be nominated J a justice of the United States Su
preme uurt, in the place of Justice Cartis, re
' rheJ)snocratle caucus, is to be held hi
the eld House of Representatives at half past
seven to-morrow night. They will probably
nominate a speaker, clerk, door-keeper and
printer. Tbe eomr eMtion for the latter oftee
is very Mmed. but Mr. A. D. Banks, of Ya
ms undouotediy got the inside track."
Old gentleman, (affectionately,) My
son, wav do you chew that filthy tobacco?
Precocious yoatlr, (stifly,) To get the jsiee
out of it, old codger.
The Caxaeiak Basks The banks of Can
ada and Ihe adjoining British provinces, did Bet
' j i .l. i
bop jfcom specie j'tjf tiicnt ouiivg recem
crisis. The directors of the banks met, con
sulted and resolved not to stsnend trade under
a "run," and in lbs mean time to fortify them
selves with gold frum Europe.
Axbthek New TEBBrronv. Among tate
passengers of the Amftem L'ght. at rew
York, is James M. Cbane, Esq., of California,
oa bis way to Washington as tbe representa
tive of the people of the Great Basin or Carson
VaMey, who are desirous of having that por-
tssm of Utah lying near the boundary of Cali
ferala erected into a new Territory, separate
from the Mormon dominion.
We -clip the following from tbe Augusta
(Ga.) Omtlifufienariii of the 5th lot.
Jooac Loiccstkebt We are gratified to
learn, a we did a few days ago, fr-im a mem-
oer oi in Mt uf t uiio irc-miv, i
. . , . i . . r H.tsl il. , i , .
tttttJudtTe LomG9Tbeet wHl accept the Presi
dency of tbe Soatb Carolina College recently
tendered Mra by tne Boara or trust.
Atr Execution ij Habti-osd two Hujv
bbed Yeabs Adp.From ths Diary of John
Kotl, TreasarerantMInt.maater of Massaebu-1
.... viC m,i 1... th. in,ri...
1867,23 of 21, f i. e. April 23.) We re
celved letters, from Hartfoid, and understood
that the work of reconciliation, fin the Church)
Lwent very tjloij-ij-firward. we also beard, that
am rawn- cajien rarmmgioo, near tiarpora,
an'IoAian was so bold-as to kill ao English
.-womln gteat wi'b child, and likewise her maid.
ana in veoiinaeo a nine cnild all wimin ineir
bouse and then fired the bouse, which also
fired aonre other bouses or barns. The Indians
wt' g apprehended delivered tip the murderer,
who was brought toHrt ford and (after he ban
lis right hand .cut cff.1 was. with
1 irapcladVc (at ktai by th executioner."
Cotton and Kaacy ia England.
The f ollowiue we ropy-f rcmlhe Phlldelpbi
Pmi of December 3 :
It may be noticed by Ihe export-notes from
oar own ports, that, at this moment, large
shipments of cotton are now being rasde to
Europe. When It ts remembered that the stock
ou band l Gneland is now pretty large, that
the sale hxs diminished, and that the prices
have materially declined, with a lower tenden
cy, it is certain that large additions to that
stock will yet further lower tbe selling rates.
In the manufacturing distilcts, many cotton
mills are at work at half-time and with a re
duced quantity of human labor. The demand
for cotton yarn and for cotton goods bas fallen
off, from want of buyers who have money
An accumulation of raw cotton In England,
under any circumstances, must tend to keep
down the price. As It ls.lt msy b appre
hended that the South will suffer, speedily and
materially, from the large stock, small sties,
and tow prices.
" Tne pressure for money," says the tele
gram, " was uaabated," u ben tbe .tintrica left
England. Addi I nal fallutes are reported,
M even the great house of Messrs. Peabody
Sc. Co., so well known for thsir wealth and lib
erality, had been compelled to seek the aid of
tbe Bank of England, which was granted to
(he amount of $5 008,000, and, we are happy
to learn, proved effectual. When such a bouse
as ibis was even in danger, we can someuhat
estimate the struegles which establishments ol
lea meaks aii.i credit are compelled to make.
Ihat such a bouse as Mr Peabodj should be
embarrassed under tbe present pressure, says
nothing agaiBSt its wealth 'ami solvency. In
1837. ihe ereat Liverpool house of William
and James Brown had to solicit aid, under the
very same pressure, from the Bank of England
aud when the crisis was over Me-sr. Brown
resumed tbeir high station, which tbey still
continue to hold, among tbe merchant princes
Another article In the same paper say :
The latest received numbers of the London
Ttait state that the demand for discounts, at
the Bank of Enzland, continue on an extraor
dinary s-ale, and that the Infringement of tbe
actor iMi is oeuevea to nave been alreadr
canied to a ratber wide extent. Tbe telegram
ot the latest news by tbe ra&ta at Halifax,
with dates to the Slst ult., shows that the pan
ic had not subsided as was anticipated, but that
failures continued to take place, and that tbe
pressure for mon-y showed no abatement. The
bouse of 'Peabody & Co., ba-l been saved from
failure by the advance of 1,000,0.10 by the
All these thlncs show how mnehdeenrr-seat
ed is tho present difficulty than in 1847, wben
the mere announcement that the bank would be
allowed to violate tbe act of 1S44 quieted tbe
existing alsrm, anl it was not found necessary
oy tne naok to avail itselt or tas iicease.
As the disease I more serious, it may be found
that the remedv which before eavn relief will
now prove inoperative, and we shall await the
news to come from bngiand, curing ids next
mioib. wlih a rood deal of curiosity, not Unmix
ed wi b anxiety. Tbe accounts of financial
embarrassments at Calcutta, add to the burdens
of tae iirltisn mercnants and Danger, it is
well for us to remember how very far the Eae-
lish papers are under the Ii fluence of Govern
ments, as well as tbeir natural desire to put
the best possible face upon matters, and to take
their statements with properallowances. It is
so manifestly for the interest of the Govern
mnt to keen down the excitement, and to pre
vent a heavy decline In Consols preparatory to
the borrowing process, that will soon commence
if the Indian war continues) that we should not
allow ourselves to be surprised or deceived by
any statement appearing in toe London I ttrux
the least veracious of journals when need seems
to require tbe colorlog of facts; and tbe other
Lnzlisn papers will naturally toiiow tne lead
of the Tine for the sake of putting a limit to
the spread of tbe d.rScuIty. It now appears
very prenaeie mat tae distress in cneiana is
fully as creat as has been experienced here,
while they have there the disadvantage ot not
beinz used to tue pressure ot tne screws, as our
people unhappily are under our miserable sys
tem of banking, and, what is far worse, tbey
have not tbe recuperative energy which will set
all things la America. to rigats again.
Failure cf the British Attempt to Prodaea
Cattca la India.
From the OtactaBiu OrtueienUl 1
There is perhaps io qtestion touching the
aericnltaral interests of the country, and hav
ing a bearing upon it future economical pro
gress, of greater importance than that which
relates to tbe prospect of retaininr tbe ss
premaey which is now enjoyed by tbe Southern
states or tae union m in; culture or cotton-
Tbe United States is how the cotton-growing
region of the work! tbe monopolist of tbe
cotton production ; and as such, is in posses
sien ot an element of wealth, power and infi i
eace wbess'magnttude can onlv he understood
by those who axe able to comprehend ho large
iy, in same form or other, it enters into the
trade, manufactures anj commerce of all ba
lt is nit to be wocdered at that other nations
knould bi disposed to divf st the United States
of those advantages which it enjoys through
its cotton. Uisder tne lnnaesee or a natural
desire to read's their vast cotton manufacture
as independent as passible of ex crtial Inujen
ces, the British government bas long been en
deaverine to introduce and extend ths cotton
culture in Hs Indian possessions ; and tbe Eng
lish journals have, on several occasions, pro-
cut-aed tae realizitioa or undoubted success
to the expr(tnh- . Oa the other-band, it ba
been alleged by some, that the enterprise had
proved a lauure; out nine was Known ol tu
tad ot tue case not enougn to enable any
one lojuage ror uimseir waico party was ri-nt
and wuich wrong in those opinions tvblcb bath
expressed witn S3 mucu apparent conhsence
Some data of a very lotereatinr character,
however, have recently been given to the public
by Mr. John McCullausb. of Louisiana, one
ot nine Mississippi planters who, in 1S10, went
io loan uaner ine auspices ol tne Lat India
Company, to introduce the culture of Amrl
can cotton. lu that expedition everything was
done which the nature of tbe case wou d ad
mit to in urs success. Tae planters were di
vided into three bodies, who made a wide ex
ploration of the country with a view to select
ihe soils best adapted for the j urpeae. The
seed was taken from Mississippi ; tbe liaple
meats were the manufacture of tbe United
States; preparation was made with great care;
the planting was dux in the proper season;
and Mr. MeCiHoush relates the result la bis
own ease as follows:
44 The monsoon, or rainy season, invariably
els in about tbe 10th of June, varying in no
instance more than a few tiays. It brgins with
light and refreshing showers, at Intervals of
from one to three or four days, gradually in
creasing in violence, until at Uie end of about
three weeks it ba become almost one contin
ued fall or rain. All agricultural operations are
then suspended until its termination, which is
about the 10th of September, wben it subsides,
as it begun, with occasional showers. With
the first rains oar cotton sprung up and grew
more vigorously f jr a few weeks than I nave
ever seen it do in Ibis country. When the mon
soon bad become wdl established, and tbe earth
saturated with water, our cott- n crop had bees
scraped to a atand, and bad - ttalned a height
of about twelve inches. Thus it remained until
the termination of the rains, when it made a
feeble struggle for existence, but perished in a
few weeks, without havii g (AorsgJUy matured
a single bail. A few bolis, boweter, pirtially
opeted during the death agony, and trom tbe
three hundmd acres planted, we gathered five
hundred pounds of beed cotton. I. rm not
guessing ths quantity for it was correctly
The failures of the parties that went io other
parts of India, are represented by Mr. McCdl
lough on the strength of information received
from them, to have been, and from a similar
cause, as signal as his owr; although they were
not so candid in their communications to tbe
government The yield d-srnbed, he believes,
is as good as will ever be hid in the favored
district ot Guzzerat, from the American plant
He says :
" I attribute the failure to long periods of
wet and dry wealber. From the middle of Sep
tember to tue middle of Jane, there is one con
tinued sumcner of nine months, without a sin
gle cloud or gentle peal of thunder to relieve
the monotony. Your readers full well know
ihat there is no peculiar art in the cultivation
ot cotton. Tbey know, also, that, in this fer
tile valiey of th Mississippi, with the peculiar
seasoisj have described in India, they might
experiment to the end of time, with n9 better
B-.cceas. In oar communications with tde gov
erufnent, we repeatedly informed them teat
success was impossible, unless tbey could place
ns In a latitude not subject to the monsoon.
Tin, of cenTte,thty cssld sot do in India "
This statement, if it is to be relied upon and
we know ro reason why it should not be Im
plici ly-believed would seem to settle the ques
tion as to the practicability of bringing the
cotton of India into competition with that of
the Uniteo State, in tbe markets ot the world ;
and adds another assurance to these already ex
isting, that our favored country is destined to
continue to bold its state of proud pre-eminence
in the production, of that remarkable plant,
wfakti has justly been permitted to occupy the
regal place, a first In it influence upon ths
ecouoaiceal pursuits of mankind.
Not Bad. We take the following frsm a
reeetit pttbtlcatfen in New York of Geo. Fran
cis Train, entitled i"jo? jtnurica in IPo
Strut." In an aff-bafed ceanaer it develepes a
very substantial truth :
" A month hence, and tbe capitoI Is toll.
Now, as the everlasting discussion of negro
slavery bas occupied oar statesmen, our prers,
our politicians, for so itany years without ac
complitbit g anything but to extend it, I would
snggest. as am experiment, a little practical
legis.at:on on our national laws, our foreign
relet tons, our luteraal improvements, our cur
rency, and all subjects of vital import to the
' Siice my remembrance, this country has
been agitated by 1-gistating for tbe ' blacks.'
The whites have been ttegleeted. There are
about three millions of the one, and twenty
five millions of tbe other. Now, while I have
tbe beet possible feeling toward tbe 'blacks,'
I have also tbe highest respect for the whites;
and as twenty-five millions of the- latteri
bave been requested to stand aside, so that tbe
thrrt milliM, of the former mirbt be attended
to, I am an advocate now for a change In our
. . . .
Leave the blacks' alone for tbe next ten
years, and take care or tne wiiues.' ine
whites desrve more attention than Congrers
has devoted to the), ami, having legislated for
tbe blacks for eo long a time, tiiry bave at
least tbe democratic ngbt of the majority to
protest against anything more being done for
iso incnsetderauiea minority in nutaoerf, to say
for tmene few years.
Tnere bas been enough talk on the ques
tion to fill the BrltUh Uvtmm with reading
matter ; yet, after ail, no one has discovered
anv Invention to bleach a black nan white.
N.-xt winter tbe slaves of the South will be
sheltered, clothed, and fed, while multitud'
of free-born men are pale with want, demand
ing labor to perehaf e bread.
" In sucb times as thrae tbe futile dls'nsslon
of tbe slave questioa bad better l thrown un
dT the table, not to be takea np again till
Cc-ngrrts bas legislated oa some of the practi
cal qu-s ions ot the day. Tbe whites demand
Slavery Th London Times.
The onl-dcn of the world, says the Concord)!
f N. H SUndatd, is evidently undergoing s
rreat chare In relntton to th suMset'of Afrft
can slaverv. Until q-iite recently, even tboSt-
who hut the institution in ineir miasi. wire
disposed to admit that It wa vvron; la the ab
stract, and contented thetn wives With an apol
ogy for holding slave. Hut a more praeneai
and philosophical Investigation Into the ethnol
ogy of the negro ani the history ot his rare, Is
rast cnangtrg tne opinions or tae eniiKwenea
portions of mankind everywhere; ami th con
viction Is gaining ground that slavery, what
ever may be thought of it as an abstract
political question, is in reality an ac'ual ben
efit to the negro himself. It changes him from
a barbarian and heathen, Into a comparatively
civilized man and christian. As enlightened
obturation and Investigation also shew, that
the labor of the negro, guided by tbe superior
intelligence ot life white man, is essential tu
the proJuctlon of sugar, cotton, rice, and other
important staples ot tna warm climates, and.
in this subordination, be plays an Important
part ia ths great scheme of modern civlHz l
tion. lavestlgatioa and observation have like arise
convinced the thinking and reflecting portion of
tbe world thit, save In a condition of slavery,
the negro, a a general thing, I not suiceptitle
of advancement In civilization! bat. on tbe
contrary, ne retrogrades, and returns to nis nor
inai condition or barbarism. This Is now
acknowledged by the London Tim, andolher
great organs or ine opinions of civilized man
kind. The experiment of freedom has been
tried upon tbe black race of the British Wtst
India Islam's, ami it is universally acknowledged
to be a failure. Ths negro, freed from tbe co
erclon and restraint ot ssrvitude, Is fast re
lapsing into a state of barbarism. His earn
cipatton there has proved to oe a curse io him
self, and a dams.ee to the civilized world, and
ha actually remlted In an Increase ot tbe mass
ot slavery In a more Intolerable form. Sucb is
tne acknowledgment of tbe London Times, as
will be sen in the subiolned paragraph copied
irom toat paper:
" ine wjriUv men whoextlnzulshea slavery
and ruined our West India possessions, are very
toucay, very obstinate, very Inconvertible on
that tender point It Is not our business to 'e
ny them much justice and truth on either side,
or to stand up for tbe planters, who took a line
wnicn rep!lied all reasonable advocacy, uut
confessedly takine that grand summary view of
the question which wecanuOtbelptaking,after
a quirter of a century, tbe process was a fail
ure it dttlfayei an tmmrnie property, ruined
fiatuanJi of good fjiAilitt, drpradtdtht ntgrotl
in i uver Man tare tcrre. ant ajur an, icrtai
td the matt of jfarrry in Ittt cro;ifoui hands.
Alter many attempts at indirect aiacouraee
ment, we have been oblised, at last, to reeof
nize And admit persistent slave owners to an
equal rank in our commerce."
Usited States Mail Robberies. For
some time it has been known that the through
mail from Philadelphia to Boston has been
subject to tna operations or some unknown dep
redator. It was observed that tbey always
took place on Saturday night. The first rob
bery look place on Saturday night, September
26 h. Four weeks then elapsed, and on the
niebt of Saturday, October 24 b, tbe mail was
again robbed. Again tne sane telne occurred
on tbe 7th and Uth of November. There was
a design upon the mall of November Slst, but
it was defeated by the vigilance of those hav
ing charge of it. Oa Saturday night last It
xas attempted again and the perpetrator ivas
arrested and imprisoned at New Haven. He
prove to be W. S. Tuckerman, formerly treas
urer of .the Lastern Railroad Company, of
We have not tbe means of stating tbe amount
of the losses caused by mil robbery, but taev
m-ibt be large. Four lull malls from Philadel
phia for Boston were carried off, or robbed ot
their contents, and it appears that others on tbe
same trains suffered in a like manner. Tbe
robberies occurred oa a train which carri'd no
through rout agent Tuckrman's plan ot op
eratlcn seems to have been to take passage oa
the train and tbea contrive, on pretext of amok
lag, to get into the mall car, where be would
either steal a mail bag and putJt into bis car
Det bae or trunk, or open if and take the con
tents. Tbe detection of Tuckerman baa been
brought about chiefly through tbe exertions ot
Mr. J. Holbrook, Special Agent of ths Post
S'roe time ago Tuckerman cabezzled nearly
$250,000 of tbe funds ot tbe Eastern Railroad
Company, of which he was treasurer. Hs oc
cupied a rather exalted position in society, be
Isnged to a highly respectable family, and lived
in a style of great elegance and luxury. He
confessed to having robbed the Company of
$217,000, but, for some cause or other, lie was
not prosecuted for his crimes. Abeat a twelve
month ago. however, he was tried in Boston on
ao indictment for larceny forbavieg robbed tbe
Sico and Portsmouth Railroad Con pa By
$7 000. He was cuuvicied but not sentenced.
Exceptions have been taken to the rulings of
tbe court, the case wis transferred to a bigher
tribunal, and pending tbe decision, tbe cu.prit
Bis been at large.
Tuckerman bad been In tbe bablt ot travel
Ing on the Suoiiay night trains between New
York and Boston, and when there wa no mail
agent on board, and tbe mail was left Ih charge
of tbe baggage-master. Un tunaay mgal last
Tuckerman was on the train and so were not
brook and a pelUe officer, luckerman was
seen to co into the baggage car, take a ba;
from ths heap, place it in bis trunk and lock
up. For some reason, however, probably from
a suspicion tut ne nad Deen watcned, ne un
looked tbe trunk again, took out the bsg and
threw It back. Immediately afterward he was
in the custoJy.pt Mr. Holbrook. Phttaittphi
Blowing raoM Gcss. The following Is an
extract from an Interesting letter from a young
officer at Jubbulp9re,52d Native Infantry, dated
-September 15th :
" I am afraid our regiment won't stand.
cj ah and hi family near here have been tam
penr.g witn our sepoys. Ha has been caweh
however, with all his family, and is confi ed i
the Mil. We bave just heard a rescue is lo'be
attempted, so we are att ready. 18h. I have
just come back from seeing the rebel rajatTand
Dis sins blown fresa guns. It was an awful
sight; hut they richly deserved a far worse
fate. Fancy it has been found out that w
were all to be roasted alive when caught 1 H
prayed, as be was being lashed to the gun, that
Mis surviving children might be spareo to burn
us. wen, we wei.t down io were tne twi
runs were drawn up, with a detachment of in
iantry and cavalry to prevent surprise the
ravalry rnshiog about, keeping the people back
from tne rront of In guns. tMa aiierwards
the prisoners arrive.), looking very apathetic
and nonchalant ; their fetters were knocked off
on tbe grounL I was quite close to them, as
we officers were inside a circle close to tbe
guns, into which the crowd was not allowed to
" They were then bou'id to Ihe months of the
camion. Tie way is this: You stand with
your back to a cannon mouth, wbieh is pointed
to tbe back of the heart you have now a very
good Idea of it. The artillery officer, when all
was ready, gave lb: comaiaad lu jl loud, clear
voice, ' Divisioal ready I fire!' A boom I A
thud as of a body falling and all was ever. I
am afraid we are all very bloodythtrsty, as al
most every oie had a smile of gratified rereige
on his lips. We were all tbbikiogof Cau
pore." The Bank or England. As many of oar
readers may not be correctly advised as to the
true condition of tbe bank of England by tbe
recent action of tbe British Government, we
make room for tbe following explanation from
tbe Journal of Cotnutru i
"Notwithstanding the explanations which
bave been gif.en of the nature and effect of the
suspension of (be restrictive clause in the
charter of tbe Bank ot England, some of our
cotemporaries insists that It amounts virtuilly,
it nst technically, to - suspension of specie
Caymenta; in other avords, to a refusal by the
auk to pay gold for its notes. This is doubt
less the result for erroneoM Impressions, or
inadrqjate knowledge of ths constitution and
operations of said bank. Tbe treasury letter
to tbe director ot (be bank adviss them to
enlarge their discount on approved security;
to keep tbe rate of discount high ei.ough to
prevent speculation and check the export of tbe
precious inetals; ai.d by this temporary and
extraordinary measure, to relieve the pressing
wants of the mercantile community. It is
true that in following this advice the directors
may be obliged to Issue notes in excess of tbe
legal propor-lon between paper and specie;
bat it is not to be supposed that they will cany
tbe process so far that tbey cannot redeem
their issue in the ordinary enarce, or even to
such an extent as to cause any real difference
ui vai'jc ucinccji uvc sovereigns ana a uve
pound note. If they ara compelled to extend
their discounts, so as to violate their charter,
they must get an Indemnity from Parliament ;
and their proceedings will be sa clesely scruti
nized ibat tbey dare not, even if tbey would, do
aii v thing rasb, or which would for a moment
hazard the ready convertibility of tho paper
A Steaueb is Collision with a Whale.
On the last trip of the steamer Cofumbla from
urrgon, an unusual number ot the species ol
whale known as ''humpback" were observed
sporting in 'he neighborhood of Humboldt
Bay, as onlv as mons ers of thedeen can snort
The steamer, with wind and steam fair in ber
tail, was running at tbe rate cf ten or twelve
knots an hour, when, says a passenger,a buee
whale rose to blow within half . a rod of the
ship's prow, bis body lying at right angles
with her course ot sailing 1 Full thirty feet of
the monster's back must have been exposed,
and were all expecting an old-fashioned
"Crash lfi croH coulter -patted oat lluouih tly ceJ
whan Mr. Fub sank almost like lead ; but not
quicn cw iiu io save nis bacon," for be was
i.ot at sufficient depth to be out of reach of tbe
ship' keel. When the fish rose, the water for
some distance around was crimsaned with its
blood. Though with diminished force, the shin
shuck wiuj cicii vicirncc, turning tne mon
ster completely on its baia ends, in which po
eition It came to tbe surface, on tbe larboard
siJe, and just in time to receive another severe
'thump" from th steamer's paddle. But It
was not killed, for it was seen making It way
to tbe land lome moment after. Humboldt
people may look out for a supply cf light.
The Stbcggle i.t India. Lord Palmer
ston, in tbe cour.e of a speech recently made
in London, said " that tbe struggle in India
was well nigh over. Recruiting had gone on
so well that tbe army in England is now as
large as it was before tbe dispatch of any troops
to India. E'fgland, therefore, wa not in a
condition which would Invite atiyforefgn nation,
supposing any one was willing which be did
not think was tbe case to strive to take ad
vantage of the supposed temporary weakness."
His 'lordship alsj ex-.otlnl Lord Canning inl
such a way as to show mat ids eta bluet has
tot any present Idea of rf calling bim.
ACautiokto Flibt. In Kanawha county,
Va., last week, a young lady sued a gentleman
for damiges for breach of promise It wa
proved in evidence, says the Vnllty Sfor,tbat:be
young lady waaa flirt, and tbe jury accordingly !
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B r-sTrfar-v oa-a WfZI -KW.-.. tUbA4 If, I
"CXirX. I c-rvj&iawjaj By Ui lUora?. B. P. EaeUiS,
Estimate or ?ArortATlo!i The fol-
owinr is the S cretarv pNlhe Treason's esti
mate of snnronrlattantt for lhn Aural tear end
ing June 30, 18M) :
Ttnlm tnterennrte aoJ nlmHannaf, Inctallng tta t-
p-nf : cumin mi nrrna? from lbs uln er pno-
HcUbJi, pnbHc taJainss. tu4 ixpenra
orc-att ts cm cos si
to p!t dtsdfT-eUs In tte mnii ot the
uiicru Ru na sestsooto
PaiiiMM -a, boo oo
lo4Un D-j)rtmoi( 1,117,101
Armr prp-r, elo . IBdndiaf nl-ctlU.u
M CU 1107S(I)-S
Mit iatBr ItS 831 10
rliauUoasoteaaiicv.eu...... a as 113 Ol
Nam stlmun. ll(30,MrzJ
Sltiomi.l rtnlct 158500
To the estimates are added statements, show
ing, first appropriation for tbe fiscal year
ending June-30, 1858. made by former acts of
uongress, or a speeiba and dtnoi.e cniracicr,
MI,tllOf, lEctlAttftzptase of eofdlni nmne
1tm niiuai.... $1 tOJ.SlO It
Omdb ti'Uo Io OtDrnl Putt Ode tit
mmtt sttvlce. 700.0:9 09
Iiunu4nl9tiwmliu 20 -oo Ol
OtfUtetUo ot In-Hass I COO 00
latMtilcb pNlt dtM 1,416111 15
TUl...t i 7 1U24tS
Seeood Existing anforonrlations not rrriuirc d
for the ssrvice of tbe preseat fiscal vesr. snd
wnirn may oe applied to me service of meycar
enoing jane lai'j, as follows:
r -sn Int-reaarsttM m i:U-iwui......11 J31 St 43
lnl-Ut O-rartmut Ptetl-m asa Iniua.. I Jllr1t0 Ss
War DT'tinrnt. a U) SI) M
Srj Dpirtmct 4,tS,i: SJ
Grand trial $7i,C&i,7U
There Is also a statement of ths several an
propriations which may b carried to th sur
plus mad, amounting to $a uu oni 26.
Pas Him Abound A fellow bv Ihe name
of John W. Bnrgrt: recently arrived in Gra
nada, and after becoming domeif iealti. on last
Saturday put up a fine sorrel borss to be shot
for, at fire dollars a chance. The borse was
valued at two hundred dollars. We believe.
He chances were all taken, tbe monov paid
over to Burgess, and tbe horse won by one of
our cleverest citizens a young man heretofore
veryiu'sty in "taking cnaucts." In mi in
stance he took two chances, and as he could
not attend tbe shooting, be requested Burgess
to shoot for him ; be did so, ou No. 11, and ihe
number elearly won the horse. Well, last Sat
urday nlgbt, Mr. John W. Burgess, Esq., went
io uie siaoie wnere oi r. siiorie nas quiet
ly.eatlng bis supper, and tbe animal not know
ing, pethaps, that be had changed owners ;
that be had become a clilien of 'Grenada, sut
fered Brgss to spirit blB away. Some say
tbe borss ran. away with bis former master;
but, we belive. " from the lights before us,"
tbe latter itote him, and absconded, or, ia plain
The horse Is decidedly tbe better animal, and
the bat looking of tbe two being a light sor
rel, abont fourteen and a bait hands high, and
is a good pa.-er. 'Sq ilre Burgess is small
sized and emall-souled, and bas a reL arkable
scar no less than bis nose taken off by a pistol-shot
wound. Over the wound, and a part
of his mouth, he wears i patch.
Our exchanges will please copy the above
as thereby they may prevent a like occurrence
in their part.
The above article I Inserted by authority,
and on the responsibility of the citizen who
won tbe borse, and wbo that he has been
swindled. Grenada (Hut ) Locomotive.
The Duchess or Nemocbs. Ihe Journal
det D.batt contains the following, which 'we
" Death ba just taken from the world a
young woman, who only this morning was in
all the splendor bf ber beauty. "The Dacbess
of Nemours was not sick. She bad entirely
recovered after ber recent confinement. She
awoke in tbe morning gay and happy. She
spoke of ber tollet'e, and began to dress. Sud
denly an exclamation of anguish buist from
her lips, her bead drooped on her shoulder, and
she was dead I Her husband, at that moment,
was Deiow; iney nurriedly called him, bui
wben be arrived at bis wife' chamber bs re
ceived i corps in bis arms! To attempt tu
describe nis anguisn, or mat or tne otn-r mem
hereof the family, is useless. Those only who
nave experienced a similar bereavement can
form any Idea ot it.
" Madame de Nemours, Princess of Saxe Co-
bourg Goiba, was born at Vienna, on the 10 i
day of Febmaiy, 1822, and at tbe time of ber
datb. therefore, was thirty-five years of age,
She was married on tbe27tii of April, 110, to
the second son ot Lou! Phlllippe. She was
tbe aunt of tbe reigning King of Portugal,
neice or me King or me Btlg ans, and, by mar
riage, cousin of tlje Q ieen or England. A few
das before the birth ot ber daughter, Victoria
paw tier a visit, and supped with ber. The sis
tcrly affection which Her Majsty entertained
for her nsble cousin, is well known.
" In all the various fortunes which it has
been her lot to undergo, the Duchess of Ne
mours dlsp'aved those noble qualities which so
eminently characterized ber. She eparlled
near a throne in all the hrillia' cy of her youth
and beauty, and carried Into ber exile, tbe re
sources of a strong and serious mind, and a
blfi-'oaed soul. She charmed and consoled.
." The Duchess of Nemours left four children,
the Comte ri'Eu, born io 1812 : the Duke ot
Alencon, born Ih 1811; the Princess Marguer-J
Ite, born in 1816, anl tbe infaif whose nfrtbl
was the last earthly joy of it noble and la
msuted"ntotef." The Pacific VV'agsn-Rjad Expedition.
A letter from El Paso to tile an Aulonkt
(Ttxas) Lsirr;datea October 21, savg Col.
Lsacb, tne "S-itx'rintendMit of the Fort Yuma
and El Pjiso Wagon RjaJ, with a part of bis
train, arrived here a few days since. The
naity consists of seventy-fire men and four
teen in 'lie teams ; the ox train, with about me
same number or men, t a long way behind,
and will not reach here in much Ir than a
month. Col. Lsach met with considerable dif
ficulty in me attempt to open a new road on
tbe line ofthe 3ltn parallel. He spent two
msnths inhering bis way through the cross
turners of the Trinity and Brazas rivers, and
dwggi- g bis wagons through the sanJ-hill or
th: Colorado country.
Wheu 'be arrived at the Pecos, which be
struck near Dsiaware creek, he fouadtbatbe
had already spent too much time on the road ;
it was getting late in the season; tint his tneu
au aniinais were sauenog muca irom tne ra
tlue they bad undergone ; and he determined
to change bis original plan, and follow the
river Pecos iown to the EI Paso road aud take
the beaten track.
Col. Leach has already spsnt sixty thousand
dollars of me appropriation, and me first at
tempt to make a roai bas not beea made. We
are now informed that as a great part of the
appropriation has been spent, Col. Ltach will
go over tbe contemplated route, make a survsy,
and nil up the arroyi and gulleys he may meet ;
that 'be does not expect to bestow much labor
on any portion of tbe route, but will proportion
the work so a to extend over the whole road,
until the money appropriated i3 expended.
This It will not take long to do, under me pre
ent organization. Should these views be car
ried out, you will see that It falls to meet me
object for which Congress so liberally appro
priated two hundred thousand dollar, h sum
amply sulficleat for all practical purposes.
We sat before our dor yesterday as therlong
line of wagons and horsemen rode by. It put
us in mind of" old times, when Mr. Commis
sioner Bartlett mad hi granJ display in our
midst, to the wonder and as'ontshment of tbe
natives. A friend at our 'elbow suggesteJ, If
the display wa not quite so Imposing a that
of Banleu's, the prospect or dotpg as Hals to
benefit the country, ami expending as large
sums of money, was equally flattering: It ap
pears that the object of ihe appropriation is
not understood ; mat instead of going to work
and make a road that will be a benefit to the
country, they Intend to scratch a little here
aud there, and in a year' time the road will be
in the same conditlou ks it was before.
Htdbophobia. O.i last week, Mr. John
Mqrrison, a young man who-has been rngsged
ror SDmetfme as druggist in the establishment
of Dr. Francis, cottier of Green and Broads
way, died rrcm me effects of a bite received
rrom a dog on the 23lh or October last. The
dog bad come up and seized bim by the leg,
and on Morrison's turning round, had taken his
finger m his mouth, making a slight abrasure
of tbe skin, and nothing mote. As the wounds
were not severe, little attention was paid to
them at the time,and no inconvenience was
experienced until on Sunday last,when Mr.
Monlaon complained of a headache. His
hand and arm next commenced swelling, and
certain symptoms ot hydrophobia ensued
Eminent physicians were etllrd in, but could
atfjrd no permanent relief, rhe patient was
eeized wlih tbe most terrible convulsions at
short intervals, which were sure to be brough;
on at tae sight of water, chloroform His
case continued to grow worse and worse, and
he died in the most acute agony of pain. Du
ring the intermissions between the convulsions,
he was perfectly rational, and conversed with
calmness and reason with his Mends. All or
me most distinguished medical profession In
the city were in attendance upon him, and at no
time after bis first-spasm was there much hope
of subduing bis disease. Mr. Morrrssn moved
in a high circle of society, and was very favor
ably regarded by a large number of friends.
St. Ltv.it Republican.
Annexed. 'A cantajn of her Britannic Ma
jesty's service, aaX ieifr naval officer in Aus
tralia, has formally annexed me Cocoa Islands
to the extended domain of Great Uritain.
About six months ago, an expedition set out
from San Francisca,Jor tbe purpose of recov
ering tbe treasure which i supposed to have
been buried Ly pirates, who took it from a
Spanish vessel, somewhere In the Cocos Is
lands. Tbe amount -Is supposed to be some
fifteen milliens of dollars, and tbe party who
bas left San Francisco In search ot it were
very sanguh-e cf success. Doe expedition,
that of Julius Pringle, bas already been there
from Ihe sain place, and failed in accomplish
ing me wislies oi it originators, it would
certalnlr be verv fortunate if the last nirtv
should Mi.ceed in finding Ihe gold, and at the
same time prevented from taking; it away by
me noge paw cr me nutisa lion.
The Gbeat Kastekn A second attempt
was ramie to launch the leviathan steamer
Great Eatttrn on tbe 19th tilt but it proved a
failure, it bung found impossible to move ber.
The four hydraulic preasss were brought to
bear on the ship wltrf fjill Torce, which failing
to start ber, all bands were set to work on the
capstona ard land-porchaees, to beevs ber off
ny mains; cut one or the chains gave way
which put an end totheoperations. Tb4 effort
was not to regularly launch her, but to move
the vessel some forty ftt lower down. Aa
otiier atteinpfcwill be made, Willi a further Im
provement iai&plUte. The 'public am now
kept fa Igoerai-CA a to the movements of three
having tbe eunerintendence of;launching ber.
CALiroBsiA. Bonds It is stated that the
city of San. Francisco has snfferVd me ccunona
for Interest otrlts bund, due November 1st, to
be dishonored, a"d that Sacramento City ia as-
looking forward to me repudiation of
its municipal debt,
CAIOXra Brandy, for la's by
UU .3 rWUR,V0T, COOfEJ V?J.bf
EX.ril4int Pleree at Norfolk.
N8arotK, December 2 Ex-President Pierce
visited the Navy Yard an J shlpe-of-iwar to
day. He ws entertained by mV rifi:crs on
board tbe Penntiilcinia. and received a na
tional salute. A grand serenade was given
him last nlgbt. On Friday be bad a public
reception at lh'City Hall. Mrs. Pierce 1
Improving In besltb. The weather 1 charming.
Santa Anna wa Bbibsd Gen. Caravaiat.
who bo long kept the Mexican frontier on tbe
Rio Grande in uproar through his revolution
ary and fillibuster movements, and whs Is now
runur oi ci rntoia, puousned a' UamargOj
comes out slronglf In support of General Plf
Iow statement that Santa Anna wa bribed.
n i states mat n believe suen to bava been
t le easi.
INDICTED Th oifietr of ths ateamer-
Galvttlon ami Ontlomai. between which
vessels tbe recent fatal collision oeenrred.have
Lbeen Indicted for manslaughter bv the irrand
j irvni toe unutc riaics District Court sittipg
i in unum, aueir names are! Jeremiah
Smith, J Tucker, and Burgees, ofthe Cairo.
ton ; ar.d A. Van Horn Ellis, Thomas Bnckr,
J. W.Jewell, John R. Young, and J. W. Blown,
or tne uptiontat.
The SovESEiGNs in Ectori. Of tbe 47
rulers of Europe, the Prince ot Scbaumberg
Llnne. a petty uermah princlpalltr. nan
reigned tbe longest b's admii I ' ration dating
from February 13, 177. Hut the eldest or
European sovereigr Is tba Grand Djk of
Mecklenburg Strelitz, bom August 12 1779;
the next in point of seniority is the Kii.g oi
Wortemborg, born September 27, 1731 ; the
King of Belgium, horn December 16. 1793,
Is tbe six'b;the King of Prusia Is tbe
eleventh i he Emperor of the French, born
Apiil 20, 18C8, is the tweotv-seeosd. and tbe
Kmg of Bavaria lli twenty-fifth. Tbe young-
eat sovereign" of Europe are tbe Kmperor of
Austria, tbe Qieen c f Spain, agH SS, tbe King
of Portugal, aged SO, ai.d Ibe Duke of Partai
Ciiables Mackat on ooa Panic Dr.
Mackav has begun bis American corresnon-
dence with tbe London I luttratei A'tvt, ot
wuica ne is one oi in editors, tie gives tne
popular slew ot our commercial crisis, that It
Wa the reaolt ot otf-expauded credit and
hssteto be ileb. He attributes our imnrcssi
bllity to our atmosphere, and says our Ideas are
a large as our political liberty. According to
cis (udgment, we are better traders man work
er excelling all. tbe rest of tbe world In th
foimr capacltr. He remarks in parenthesis
mat our ladies' erifollnes "are at least double
tbe circumference of the crinolines nf London
and Paris," and adds without anr narentbesi
tba-. tby cost from 100 to 200 per ceat beyond
what thev ought to be got for with cash. Oa
the whole, his view a'e vers just and are pleas
ingly expressed. notion journal. .
A GbANDMOTHEB AT TWENTT-XINE YeABS
or Aoc A woman wa recently brought be
fore the magistrates of Wigan, for assault
committed on a nelgbbor, affording a striking in
stance or me rericiessiy early marriages, bae
is the wife of Patrick Cis'T. a tailor. Thev
reside In Douglas Terraee, Wfgan. He Is forty
years of age, apd she is twenty-bine. Tbey
tvrre marrieu o.eiore sue naa attained me -age.
of fourteen years, and Ibe was a mother at the
age of fourteen years and seven months. Mnce
that time she bad eleven oher cbiUrcn.
Strange to fay tbe eldest girl, who was fifteen
years old a few days since, is the mother of
two children, tbe oldest of whom is nearly two
years of age, she having married earlier in life
than ber mother. Mrs. Casey is, then fore, at
the sge of twenty nine years, the mother of
twelve, and tbe grandmother of the two cbll
dren. iicrrpoo! (England) paper.
Singclab Wxodinc Scene. The Mancbet
ter xamirrrrcords the following i"
" Oa Sunday morning a yowg man, with hi
mienuea wire, presented uiemelvrs belore tne
altar ot St. John's Church, Mancbetr road,
uraarord, to ue mans One. The Rev. Mr.
Gordon appeared, for tbe time being, to cfficl
elate. The service was proceeded with, and
me minister nau got so rar as to say, "Wilt
wou naae mis man to oe my nusbam), to keep,
to cherish," Izz. In a moment ihe bride start
ed up snd rushed to tbe rioor, followed by the
astonished bridegroom, who tried to Induce her
to return, but in vain, as she closed the wtole
colloquy by declaring, " I weant be bjund to
keep thee." lite amazement of all parties
may ue imagwru "
Oveblano Mail maM Iaxisto Calitok
kia. The overland mail line new in operation
irom aan niunio, texas, io san liiego, ual
ifornia, carr.es passengers through. On the
sixth trip westward, four were thus conveyed
to ban Diego. Th Way mails are much in
creased. The entire road is now stocked with
four hundred animals, twenty-fire coaches
and seventy-five men, (messengers and guards.)
vriw mis omul mey can accommodate tlx pas
engrs. Farther arrangementaare being com
pleted to accommodate passengers through to
New Orleans by this soate. Tbe fare from
San Diego to flew Orleans is $300, which sum
iRcIu ies meals on the route Tbe elgtb mail
from San Diego was to bave been despatched
on the 23d of Ocr-br, with a full complement J
ui li3"Rger. lus scueauie lime tor me trip
oi mis line is unity or ye.
The English Language. Ibe DnbHn
Utirerttty Mirazine says: Dictioaarv Esg
lish is something very ditfsrent not "nnly 'from
common colloquial Lnglisb, hut even from th
of ordinary written composition, instead i
about 40 000 words, there is probably no sirgle
author in tbe language from whose works, how
ever veltiminouf, eo inanr as te thousand
words could be collected. Of the 40 000 word
there are certainly many mere than oa-h
that are only employed, it tbey are employed
at all, on tbe rarest oceaslous. We should any
or us oe surprised to tinu it we counted mem
with bow small a number of words we manag
to express all that we bave to say. either with
our nps or even wim me pen. uur comm
litera-y English probably hardly ano'ifits
10,000 wo'ds ; our common spekea English
uaroiy to a,juu.-'
Good Oid Advice. Noah Webster.
great lexVographer, wrote a letter to bis neieh
bars in 17So, in relation to the bard times
which read as thoogh It nfuht bave be
written this morning. It concludes as follows
Never buy any useless clotbleg. Keen
l good suit for Sundays and other public days.
out letyour common wearing apparel be good
S'ibstaiitlal clothes awl linen cf veurown aanu
facture. Lst your irivea and dauabter lay
asIJe tbeir plumes. Feather and fripperies
sine me unerokeesor mt weMn in yorr Kitchen
but tb-y little become the lair daughters ot
Amrrica. O it of tbe dry goo Is itnpoited yon
miy save nity taomin-1 pounds sterling a Tear.
roese savings, in a year, amount to more than
e lougu to pay the Interest or onr piblic debt
Air countrymen. 1 am not trifltrnr with von
I am serious: vou feel the facts I s'ate: vou
icnow yo.i are poor, and ought to know tbe fault
is an your own.
" Are you not satisfied with lbs food and
drink which this countrv affords? the beef
ths pork, the.wheat, tb corn, th butter, the.
cneeie, the cider, tue beer those luxuries
which are heaped in profusion upon rour ta
bits? If not, you must exocct ts be poor. In
rai'i do yoa wish for mines ef gol 1 and silver ;
a mine would De trie preateit curse that could
befall this country. There is gold and a-lver
enough in tbe world, and if you bave not enough
of it, it is becaase you consume all you ear
in useless food and drinks. In vain do you
wish to Increase tba quantity of cash by a
mint or by piper emissions. Should it rain
millions of jots into your chimneys, on yuur
present system of expenses, you wjuld still
bave po money. It would leave the country in
streams. Trifle not with serious subj-cts or
spend your breath in empty wishes. Hsform,
ecocomize; this is the whole of your political
duty. You may reason, speculate, complain,
raise mobs, spend life In railing at Congress
and your rulers, but unless you import less
than you ex ort unless you spend less than
you earn you will eternally be poor "
P-f!tr-rCll. DeGbith, Utrlaer ef tho rear-!-.
DlORtTH'S ELKCTaiO OIL. Is new la Uwn, bav
Inj arrived rrota narrlsbars; Fa , resteriLij UtercoM.
The Pfcfeitorlntopplru: at ths tuue-baaored estabtlib
tout, th-Fjoauln nW. Th) Foul lain Is tho boat a
where General Laf ajetta stsrsd dnlas bu vltlt to Baltl
tsor, aid appears the favorite hotel with ai peat rate.
We understand tbe Professor lateeds to deliver a lactate
thl morales; a 9 o'clock, at tho Centre Hail., when aid
wh-re ho will faHy evltieebls bearers ot Ue beaial
rffsatsat bis t ar-fataed Rlectrls Ol ta aaitn'ria;Ui inf
etmcs of homanl'y. Baltimore San.
Shis Gr--atl:mdcaacahad of tho ageat h-r-, Hr.
Ciiaiqleb. Therrafeaior, Jr, lsal pre-snt stopping at
the Wonhata Hoase, snd wl lappty tho Oil to aBssSir
ers. RcotaXo. . drcIO-diwlw
Tlie Man with the Sugar-Loaf
DAI beea hera the piet two or three days, astonish!-:
the nitlvra with tbe woaderfsl cOaH psedi-xd It DC
OIlATn'S SLECTRIO OIL. Prof D.-8rlh has latest
edaaovtl mxSeor adre-thtox. II BMUles his aires t
UtoUwnhyt1nADt:atrsmeaaaGs, wbtatt aWrscta
the atleatlon ef lb oowd, to wham ha askes known
the w.drfal vlrtaes or bis Etettile OP, aad begs tbtm
to atnl all who aio saa-rla with WoaaiUhm, palas of
all kin Is, an Dtafaets, t lh Tjwa Han, where ha has
lctnreda-orniaES and eveaUfa fer semal deys, aad
.prodoosd aotne as'oBlihlnv cares. Mr. A S;c aad Seth
Taylw, whs have been lon-r atTicted with Ohnxl: Rbec-ru'l-m,
asd had t M a -lilted oa the state, were (BiMed
ts ran a ran across the nail, anl ap asl down slant, to
the aanmmt of Ihei -dtrn:e. A saatb-r ef aea ot
beafoeaa ol tnaay year' stiadUt. were relstvel In evs
or .eamInBt-4,aa they 01.U hen ths tteklofer awatcn,
and evinced tbeir giatHcde by eisbrtCn. the Prernsar,
and stuwerlcr poa bto their eadzess Utul. Sotas
lastxnces were trn y sff ctlnj.
Pr f. DeGratb bas Mtn ral'.ed to see a number ot tb
allnaUuwataonruostreieKtable faDtll:s' and hs
sncceededlnaajrllsf treat relief; asd a number tare
f vra bim CrtUfleatea whl-h win be pablj bed aaon. Ve
maksa no cearce, bit dlrecis aB who want D. Grain's
EttcttleOII U Prnl. Gallts who have pur:tawd a
laisa tiiailly an sach terat as will eaaUS them to sup
ply ihe nantry oerchaata at nil price. Ttlt valcah!
prrpirailtn ia seWrs; rapldiy.
A nnmher of valniMs present bare been cuds to the
Prefrraor br thou who bare bten rellseed. Rtltlgh (.V
THE last actot ths members of the Vera ml LJl'
tare at dintpetle-,was to lay I- a stock of Dr StltTH'S
RLECmiC OIL, of PhilaltlphU. -11 arltde had mere
s3chrmakib!ecnrTS tbrr (mo ot Dxtar t;) to
aitra-tanchanlreiTalaltrnttaa.anJthoIidi-a fonnd II
so llfasa&t to toe; alio aafitto tb wholes! asent tlx re
fir a lot.
liosTrZLIXS, o. Jt. 1M.
Dn, A. E. SMiTa PhlUdcSpbla: Sevtval eases ef
!UraaatlmjXearalil"&c,bavsteenrepir'd to mo
bypartira 'hMsielrra, estllr cared liy yoarCucTBlc
lla ity Send en another Urta sopp'y.
rBED. E. Sit .HI WncdtaaleSrnRlsL
Boll In Xc-axbU, bj WARS Sr. JOXB3,
(JraJOrUw S3 Uaia-tt,
jjflsa. rfiftia .iiliaifelsriii ij
Fsr sa!' tr 3. If AKSriSLD k CO., and deslors
BIT rOXEV, free. SI f oul F-cir, n yt
tcrdir ths Sih 1U t Ilx-l on a i14
Tb BoJr will pi-e T'o Mm to !( z
mat ftov JL. B&exa&a. iau. .
MEMPHIS & CHARLESTON
Notice to fcliippcrs.
'VTO FBXIOBT win tx rrcelTrd at its tOmpbls as
La Ctiirio lai RiiUM I rvp.it rsr ar UMrt atast of
Cjtlmb, Ball! fauhrrnotiss
trc!0-lt Sicerlntentrat af TrtniparUlko.
812,000 Wuylli ot
FINISHING GOODS !
ny w. x. iiv.vr ik co.
HATI0 chiatrd ear &uiks, w via i.mk ef ear
Slot at Co)B n sod rn-al.MBZ iJa di AT tOT
a ,1a fci'd twtlve nroa tins r r u,.ii.u,
Oft-d wHl smhUI a4 lBvUckaaT IiM la
W X COST Jl CO.
Executors alc of Valutble Land.
A? mrrtwd br 'ha Wtl of Iywl. HaraM. it- s!
entrd. w -rill sell t . ib h,rtwt u 6K
cnltl a' at. lai-d ilnj r, , iaOiBrl3Bk
IIM elaC-viazUn """"'T 1-t I'ft I'n tt ifL
swath (Jsaoaryl, 15) arr ckIs I.ART 0, 1 fine tbrr
mile f lo' tuneiienoalbfad Brisnt-ratbels'
at-tal tb tract e w ! sH II J' nw ie,t'l at tr
Han't hUuh, 63 ar (0 ion rUir-d (a4 In
tm4 coolulo- far roHlTAi an, lh- baiiw vrM t nbrrnl
An p r-n wisblez mill ttt U.U wim. Id isik a
Vtr dMliaS'e koan. V IxvKk aapwd a-cortty r
qairtd aixl t li-a reUlBnl an lbs laad to tsre lb psr-
oanenBrj. ai i n iimf im im wri Bi-a far tbeen
aalsa yr a n(r rata ssat! 0 ATI ', s-I to vanua
uosau aad mixebva. s-hwstccio ,,m estate.
J S. Uf-HAV. 1 .
Talnable Slave for Sale.
LavmcaPaxe Klcihrtlrtr. Sartb f ait nmcry. If a ry
iwni c hi . muimim or was js atraiasr7p, de
tetdBrptrtr fttltlcn la set iilavra to ear IkU,
PURStlAKtin orl-rof th-U raWe OnolT Oant
at Tm fwsalT. at , D embtr Vira 1S51 la lit
aMTtcaaia. I w.n stetM to aH Nrllatb. at th-lawt
II a a dr In the tavn f Ceviailsn. an MOnDAT taa
IMhdarvf Jini.rr 1358 l iitt'r sxre tlavrs HIN'
RT and BDMUSD. bHasirlm to iltl rlit,. Sl- at l
e'clutk p. it JOH.V T DOVOLIS. Ottrk.
R A Broafl SyWiorJar Pllljnr.
dicIO w da
CLiEHIv'S S VIjE.
City Iiot " South Half Mb. 404.,
John natrifeiss, bj nrzt Irltotl Tbas. L. Sal Ivan
KipirtPTnttKatarst aar lot fur mav.-alm-st (lc
B virtue of a dtcmUl ardrrel lbs Cirestt Ooart of
abeBjj eaaatv. term aid ta -hit an at Ha Sa
t mtr Imx, IBS", I will on tbe pr-ralie an 8ATURDAT,
the lCib dv( Ja.,saiT Beat, 16W,oSer at pobHe tale
ror one-third ca-h i d Iba baUace as a cradK af six,
tvalveaolrtattrcnnMDtbs. with baaU aid rood
enrHv. b.-a-ln Lamat from date, sad a Itni r-tln'd
Iks folIawk'K eKtleed lot In tba cUv at Urrghi.
Ttant. . NUC th raalh ki)( af arialeal lot Km IfH
fr-allK7ltrrt iswtea on Thud slreat, and ranatac
barklOrretSlacbntoa pvltat altr. wrB IbbwvkI
acd oreuaied at anaeat bf Or 0- V Ja.s.
geelO 111 M P T.. TWRe. rtT. Kr.
AV mere aestia-n caa b S ccaaasudatad. wllb
board br raiT apalteitieB. on Seceod !.
twrro Madlsen aad Mcbro. L. K. GRIKX.
A CflNVKKlKKT BOlSK with sSz roses'.
IX. llld In M'cbls. u; be had far
iaa mtx y-ar on rewiDsD'a itita. T elt
etat ta the jarl. Af plj at Ihe A vesata aOer. .
Jnsern TIUfXL bari ttien oat titers of J14.
mtolttratUa on ihe Mtt of Il-lrleh DAniai, alt
iKcrseos hieiaz Cains asalo.it sd -aute. ara l-rb
Bettsrd tooaea- forward aad prerBt tbtaa ta Ibe 1 al
lm,erihy wnlb-barre and ill rr, Indehtrd to
said estate are DotlStd to oaciefartrasd aad taska 1 ir
eat dtS Iw
To dlerchants I
-tTTHO w'.b. to repjeet h tbeir sto:k cf Bar GOOD',
cart now da s ob the verr b-et letras The rod.
arefrethaad (a tetd order, aid nail be cltned ant la
mi t, un Ur if jj nrs ItTBll kW J I
tbe next tblrt. erttjdrt. I
FleateM a-d ata-ri caa be awemmdtd ta the way '
of Htlit (brthepal- or bae) bea-bed and brown .
rwntlce, Dtlll, tr:-d O-nibarCK Ga Knl, D'toit-. l
M'rln-n. Si.k sal L. C nH.Mef. heuac4 71o- I
I as a.c . t!..M.)wa to Bjtioas. X-iedtis and Tfereid. '
Ma.t aad win b v.
Gall at Ka. T (w-stad) Uaia tsreet,
thro- drs soctau MadiMa atrtet, on
vr STAIBS, 1
cos drw r TtngwES. i
GODEY'S LADY'S BOOK!'
csirw. oa.VA vestal axd isrraoirnvK I
The Boolv or tuc Xalion,
TIIE ARTS BXIOJT OF A3IGRICA.
SbABseraawaloibarXtca-daeorar 81. la fixW'I
ftibkin Pl.tu Ec.r.ri.,. ia.i.. a
". " '
UYi suss aa Harp
'r'TJ VMW JMI ..................... .......mmmmm. in
Ledy'a B aa Hirri Werkly
All Itrre oeeT-...
Send la jtur sabtcxlpliaaa to
J2-S GBO. PATn30f a. CO 5.
BT vlrtae of a D rd of Tmt, tasile so tae at T x'rr
br Wllltrn VT.'k-r ant Oatherlae bla wire, d le
ret. miry 2ia, 13S7 t.eearetlr-pa)smitof a certsia
prral-toryaoia m-illo-wl ia sabttrd ef traet, wbleb
eidjs r crd In too ET. . pat S3 5. hs tae Rritr".
affl:er C ittrs-l-a roan'y. Arkaaai'. I en aeH Ja- ctb
t,.tlltli-t Mdler. at 10 a-d Kk a yt .am SiTCR
rAT. ibe I b or Der. la Iwt tbe (raeieul
Iletet. p; HHmt, the laods ceiT-T-d 1, utl deed o'
ira.t. vi: Prat vatt S-etlea , S4S aeree; Fre-tna!
Seetkvi ii. rw acre, in Towo hi R Xorth. Rtarr 8 Ei.t
aad SO) acre ef Section ;5 In Tiwnablp S .Kerlti tf
ttaege 7 But. e-eHillm la all 1 1 1 J aerer, aawe ar lesa.
aad b ine ta tbe etitv of OrHteoden. Aiktaeaa tbe
"m Uni ' 'M Wa Walker bv aa'ei ll.cb-s. U
lit hi of rtdeapll.n Is exprea. ly waitwd ta sakt deed el
tra-t JOHK Jt. SHAW
de 9 Ms Trw .
Adrtrtlscd to. be Sold to Pay Charges,
OX THB 1ST OP JlNBARr,
IF net cared taz, the SaaowiBC aitKles oa oar wbsrt
I boi taarkkl G. S. B'owa. RaalersvlHe, Ala,
1 bt e (xi mirk) Ctttoa Tarst.
14 bundles Cottoa taea Ir -a Tlea mirkri D. I D.
1 bc taekwaeat, ittmark.
I UrvlwiJ Srfwirt A. Oo . ITaUW', JIHs.' f "
1 box R BoroU s a , N'ot Mus.
1 bjx Merabudlee Rey-iatd, It !:yaa,car St ?. H.,
I Chert, po ntk. .
I dirk Traak. aatrkd Pan Tlljt.
I T lee, Iktbtoali', bo mark.
I Carpet 3 vk, marked R Lewta.
1 RITrssk m-kjd Hr. L.niHirr.
1 Trunk, no mark.
I mack w ta freak, marked IXbelaar.
S Oirt Bin, tstmark.
1 pair S1dSe Bars, aa mirk. '' I
I BIackTranv.nl math
I Carpet Sa I, u mark
1 Oareet Ba. amkrd at-. Cryer,
1 Trunk. ratk 1 ! II O.
I Irnek, rsark-d U. Iawreara ta If. Pott.
I Trirk, c rna'k
1, Carp t B-r, m'k-d David Gter.
I Carp-1 Vat, aukd Ur. Centre.
dUS-lm BntTAL. Al. .Kl at TO.. Pnrrrl-or-.
Tni partnership terelersre -xbUir between J. a.
JErPRKSS BBdW. II BRoOT.V l thla Cardle
ao ru by ratuaal oanaent Ja-oei ii. J tt.vt ba anting
respsnslbl- forafaru efitraetrd la th-nsmesf Brvaa
A- ScetU and B-owa jt Jeffr-rsa, aad Vi who a at moales
da aatd firms ar payable. 'K. H. BU1WN.
JAS. 0. JEFSRHSS.
LOQXAnOHA. D8o'o coaaty. Mttt. 4.8 wt,e
Grca. Bargains far Cash!
fOTMosm PhWIpa a Set-task's sabdlT'iba
J'l Lot So. la lb- K-rr tract: fronts
SS fret "i( fo. t area by a W th af 13 feet
lncet in al-y Sari lo ll 'sapoetie Par
ana DiHa'i E-ir th til cite, oi the nersand
edank roi l and will bs sold at a gleav barzala II apnllel
All. a IUoe aad lot on Beh ji. n-sr EH(ot mtrret,
ft tf TiO iter 4rp. Baaieenn aiasihrao rooms, ktitLen,
ae , good estera aad ahrabbery. Apply to.
. . WK.XAIT..
decS-3t y. sjj Mato atrtel.
StTCCrs0-t TO SB. . nnwrni-r.
A Lt.DCNTALOPKti.ATiOMlimUrnelat'tba sbort-
1A est n'Ke, aat (aarsntred. Otsc oa Main street,
epp. t he Wwahvn h -n dxS
rX BTJPERlOa KOOK3, at $1 per week, oa XBtett
L -teel. eastoTDeSoo. Apply Im-aedlstely.
dcc8-13t J. jr. D. MILLER.
Qr BBLS. Ptae Boorboo Whisky, aad Mr ml by
AO II It POTT Kit.
'&C3 Vila lt S dnra asrth Woeahant Haase.
Q A BBLS. O lehrated rt-blmca Onsetr Whisky.
s6J n U. POTTkR,
jista , boots nartn wanbaaB Hoaro.
BASKETS Piper Hetdselck OhaspaxBe ;
61 tatkela B. Deraerle Olampuna;
ov tu towprteauaai9srae;
H K POT IT R,
dreS Stslo st.. S doors n -th WarskaB Il ne.
A GOOD COOK AKD WA3CKB. lor wVeh trood wsgeo
XX win De Elrea. Tate nr njw r oa ths lit o' Jan
eary. f"-8) It H. POvTrlR.
Encourage Homo Industry.
THB OKOSRldKRD mm d inpeittsSly aaami .c to
the a reheat of Btetophfcs ard sa-ronalrc'waatry;
tbat ho haanow oa band and taniliaally anKefaoianB
Tracas aaa va'iie) or-eeerf rad-. rwUr, style a d qaai
I'y. wbeeh he l t rrviretl L. aril I. werllt n taev ran be
parehas-d la aaf lU ot tae Uclea. Uidera prosptty
att-n-letto wholesale or rrtaH Trnik rae So order
wiinnatBewaBdeptteti. M. OBliSBCBIEK,
drc'l-lr Tr. k U.-n''fir-r. H Kra Raw.
WM. G. CRAWLEY,
Staple and Vancy
23 a e ei
27S jDUTfviix Stroot,
HATIXO parrhajBl a lart Slk of OOODS. anl
paid rirtVn ISLANDS si a tori; PMnt-1'
eoVLtr the rnlrre -tocti a' crrtll rrdaool PB1CM,
may ott thenv art all tbe ortaol cos!. Tae elock coa
EXGLISII AXD AJIESICAS PEKIS,
BLEACHED AND BROWN DOMESTICS,
Jeans and Satinets,
Silks, Traces, and Embroideries, -
BWt-L SHOia AJfDCLOTHIXO,
HOSIERY, CLOVES, LACES,
Fitu, Xeeille3, Spool Cotton,
BBITOXU, COJtBJ, &c, ie.
ti sfoek of PrlnU Is ted alTEX CBXTS per yard,
wltinvdlloetloi or rertrd la co-it. and th emir
-My i'.co rtipinlliriy ijw prisu, aul maay artkle at
a vtui reaier sacrinre.
P mle.-j I mei-thtnts vliltlta: tho city are Invited io
call sa-1 examias the atock, ai r at In-Iucemcbt wU ba
cfferedU caibrorpasctnu time tnTCi.iers.
Sarins; my abexce at mr planta Ira B. B. WTLXTT'.
SQM la ny aalto-la-d arent and attwaey. to whoa
ttis parcTawrrs are rfTrol. 4jcS-d::Ct
I--" wh. ji.
Crisp's Qalcty Xiicatre.
Slip If lux-r....
........- H CRTS.
.r J. a UABTLirCH
Mr. B. C. LWHOTJIIj.
rarth Bllhl rf lb entnnt actrrss,
MISS LtZA voaA.v.
n w'Jl sppr ,n lh aonskm tT desir) la ber great
caanuier at . lit'." -
rrlHTIB4D.IT XTBKlJfB. Dicwbn 101b. 147. Blt
J. - tb UaWir' r h are acts ratpttd tie
SiBAXGE, r Mk.Mb'oMr awl Bjnu.i Mr.
ntVT.'Jflw XI si !; Tae S nM". air. OralU
ItawKO. T co-Ms wHH t1 emHc t ro? l f
SWIaaarAINSi Slr. 5tr U Bms ) BoxtU, Urs.
C.r Mil rtkl-. hVa t t i'O
THE EVTEUPE SOCIETY
e ot ths viasnALt. iMSTira.
ESTABLlSnKD ttteparpos or cuHiTsltet T.tal
Slaalc. W kit a
On Wednesday, 23rd of December,
l.V TUB INMITUrK BDILBIKO.
QUIDS'.' w. the C inoAHO or Tut oji;." w
rrwof ASnal-Hra S . e Is Tkrt a.-cf be t
it1 lMUiis. Ca"H f auwuiocr ttTvMoc-S:? .M.
POSITIVELY THE L&ST WEEK
J. Insco WilIiams,
AT ODD -FELLOWS' HALL
tIH oacBlVfBt Balsuaa o
- wtb Cbs
L aadcoail ri-li bHMieai etrt Ut9 Bbr-
festal Oaatiri j. c Mta-r sa r tbaa Anj jt Ik most
.ab Kb- aa4 -ttt.Ba" m kb M .
flhintlm tvry maaaz. Ds ajaa at X, Saeoa-
Tl ktMeasU-Ubki4atlkHasI door. OMMres
BBSWT ln r. ball a ea
AKa.tibtbsaM -O Waafav atasraetn far Vtatt
M seaauu. D an apac at T. a Oiaaseaea at 3 on
XT' Tt'IBi af Pr-f- hTMHi dt-U
AT EXClinUK BglLDIXGS,
On Thursday Sreninr, Deo 10, 1857,
THK WAtlll-Ort Ba.. Bako" will stvo
a Ba I at tbo ... wacv. o a S last..
twbleh i srtr (rtwti aM the p.b H are lavl ed fy
iret aeder will b aemd. TSeteta ; to bet-
bad ot tb GjBissltte of Arm H ! at the dr.
P. P (.-SMITri 1
1 BN DiVU. 3aasil!tea.
det8t XltAX HB"T. )
23" FOR ONE WEEK ONLY.S
Commencing Jlonday Ertnitig, Die. 14,
Great PirUlaa Otmic Traa.oet aallBg
o.nM G-oatssr i
lather ever Lndieroas aad Laaskatlt 3tts!ts, Via
Dramatac. latoiMabla Paafowta e aad Barleaqo
With Ibetr sarlmt Oaataaaa aad Aat latesaais.
Ataa. Daatlia M X nANKULDLSSOLVI.Va V1SW3
Admla-l - obit fie e Btt. Cbildr-B aadtr 10 jriz 3f
cents Oa le-j fre tared p-ro. SSetsu.
AslYs Mcmplils Tlicalrc.
So Lessee ..D. T. ASB.
"i sca.lz or PRISES.
, PriTateBox $1 On
j faarttr Cini. '. SO
TBK Max . 4 .
Tae o.ly tie.at; L4f Jtiekcs-aoe.
THr!tIB it, 9 s- aljbtot MAD. MAMLHSTKR, the
I etrtt irwlraa
I A.ai- .f Ppara-mee !
E. BARINDS & CO.,
WILL HOLD LA DIBS' ABCT.OS3
IN THEIR ROOJIS UP STAIRS,
Every Tuesday tunl Friday,
FROM S TO 5 O'CLOCK,
DPKIH"3 THB MOVrfl OP DSPKVBSR, OOVMK.V
CIXO OX NKT
STH ISfST WHBI WILL 077EB FOB, SAL
Dress Goods, Shavrls,
MILUNERT, CLOAKS, EMBROIDERIES,
3?ri Tn Txxixj. ga , Iinocs,
'And a varletr ' atVr FAVjr ASTtCLKB, thaa slvini
UtoladMs a eaaass ta bay eaods al
THEIB OWH PHISE3.
Z SAH.VDi k CO
Xo. btala rrt-t.
Ia the s'ore tbey wRteo-tttave to sen retnrlirly tl owt
pnea for tbe b Jiace at tae aeawa. " Jt. B. k t O.
To the lubUe.
Incorporated Commercial College
rpniS laaUlallsa In ww la Bcreri ope-
i zairo . lis ik rieB'iBei iaa rrtev-
Qpal ta make it petm taeat aad eoaal,iBeeety
I r"tpct. to aae ta taia or any otter tsiai-.'
iRrty branch win b t-arht to qaallfy joath for s an
esMlvMp Ike art ef pcamambip. (wlh nl oriftaaV
UhalTmtnt dattrssa,) tbe -er no af Punas- eaerr bwk
ktp.ac mptatrrd the Prise-pie a&d tbe Xatere af Bi&k-
lor with BMk Bmk-keeptai &e.
j The arteatloa of pareott aad tiarlla 1 revpecttTely
I smteii d to I hl laaista tea H Sitl-rs MtiHI, iron
ihepatrooaEe bo'ias alfaty ne-tent, tlut bo won meet
j a onitiBBiTto, by Ms aaa a'tetiesttothviMtestothit
Tvrme. Sic., mate kawa on app'teatkn a' th CaHrfr,
I have the bonxr to refer so tb fenewtos; gentletnm
arm otkerswb -hav kaatry eoeeMd is actiii Beard
at yssuort fat Bxaassaatsaa bapaatiil ktutaess men.
W. A. Jonee. Mm . Cashier
of Oesmeretat Baak,
P. Lane i. Co.,
Esw I Ta-r.
Ma4y WKn Jt Oo.,
C! M rack er Baa...
Lamov Toons k Co.
Rev. T. Tonr-r. iLir T K.TniK
W. A. J ta-a Jba .Oaihler O, M Fick'rv. Eq.,
o OroKO'Saial'Bnk, K 0 B-sakiey, bq
Cot O. B Lfioae, Trkae. Kiq.
novSt JOHX J. BTBD. Pretfior.
ROt'GO TO HIS PATBOKS.
FM1SMW sad pilroao, far and near,
Strp aadread th-s no-! h re.
Tis Rooro p aks to thatk yoa all
Poc vatnea(e, irrat or amal .
Xetr patroav tat my tbankayao nan,
0-e raoatnt llivn. j el Itave.
1 wtB t t-H row, mt" and al,
l'v biadeoa. (ootb tar tvoay saal.
t bare, af every "Itad" a toy,
Ol ar-rent ilye, rat itrt er say.
Itry arm. e nleaie t&e klXei,
Aad Saast klada of seed Bar faSff
Vtt "tilt" far ChrMmaa. d. ead v 17 ana.
1 'm ciei itarac k-pt la my looe,
yreas i."-: 1 ap to p ead saal.
P easH and get e h l toBSK-
Te jkk Vst ta-i "ebeaet, aare,
Eir ! ! It anv tnr.
He, for aSrei'i t te-M'. Heery,
rery aa x-- lague le aar. cetB
WHO arrlrod son dare ar. d wlatt a lark
aoos I Utu -Ir- "lal a Ice rne-pUon srd aa
t.aalat bHa we'l. o aa la ta ika hie remria m atr food
MU R R.2 H!
Be Is stopotBS at
J. C. RODNER'S,
Corner of Ksxin and Madison-sta.
Mrdesr Sraad Pa" aad - Grand Ue." let na ro
aad ere hha Palher aad ICHbtr Io that be may cams
andaa'tafy at all with
Toys, HoWs, Ac, -aiCaa,
AIM WAX DOLLS, aad every ee-erto-tee of Jk.sl.at.
rigs, Bandeani, Curls and Brald3 !
An of whHb a-sf dtrec lmpsxttltoi irom Parts.
A Lai.fV H Aia DBRI&Ka aiwa ready ta aHWd asy
Gentleauo w aleSii rail n tbe aadmlkned. who
win tike pea ret- w- f naen tbetn
A urr-aawr moirot PZBIDKKR.T oa basd.
Vcl-cH-a J C. BODSkR.
IS ewtrq-ierea ef tr-o
PO ' 3TONBT. we are
S off rlB csr a'e k of
C.b It 1 K'T o I; It ll'm R fa
A B.. & Ea3 VjUlkl.-ia .i
Ill pay po't'to'ers to exsmla and decide
f or Uira teiTci, at
CEO. FLAHERTY St BRO.'S,
nar2I-rw ' Cusar at k.'aC3 aid Uztea (trtetav
.. imlrrW l' ...
-'mnrAi about B Tea n old. intnlii .w. ' 1 -n a
I ma recpecUntt hint or.lradg- ta tu letiwen wU
- .... ... a- nealtttw
aiiu. I limy rvion py 9 FZfWlZLT. 1. h.ik;"1 1
GKKAf SALE OF "
Books and Stationery, -
TTTIM. V M at . B. L ck ABen Xwg. Km.
V tttMtls Hrr-t. ,-Msait ikb (VRtrBanAvi
rrstSK. DrwrabM-a i 7 r M.,aMS CMMniT.
w n iriKtwn. TBvpMtieitteatlsa
is TplHlr hvHtd bf canraiM tf Buots, c .
.lrnl to to Br lf s: iM nwt tNutM lu .m; do.
Btrtsmitof IM rtn.r iarer. ri Art, .Tfr fTtfd tm
tkiselir at bm lad t llt.r. Blarasblt
tntilal irn-lH-M .1 Clfl Bmm twf AlBaml CJib.
Iti' p.p-r; s-.i pw ki- n.Tm. . ai
jwI9ltnr rrxtif, 7rlr an. it Tn.ae-bolaa
rw aari -rfrt. r ,rnt4 nrr.rtiM. rtste
ttsrt iSarie: tit av at Tri- rr 14 t awt fn
tkra n informal taribH Mam aiX 'i.mr.
n-g f j it mona.nT.
07 lUrnliaH V.'f-. teunthnrWabb; rich Jew.
tn. ararr v.(Vmt. 3r fa.Vr.rr flulrl a..
Can aad PrnlM rrrry va-mv ; taw PaakM fhrttrr.
AHa lrr asovaat af Viaitaa HaStou, nHau
aardeass, iar 94 ul I5t Br
HO. J. BAXBH,
aeUao aad Camntiibm Mwttst, .ate i
Bay 13 m KHhrt,
-t A Anfl OS TBI fJTfll ttndas tkaara. aaad
lUjUUu nIOS - S - MSB Sa-tXed
A iKiuattf )l.a)RI0B irr h .
1.19.I Saw b M-t tMo SiT"o.
Forsytli, Jameson & Bro.
WHOLESALE GROCERS AND
ITo. 88 Front Bow,
TfXXP aaamaov aw band a lar M f-c4
iVvx.f HftOOaBlWV A. a-afar aala af
iur n-. !, (Mr vm aad SxnrtK PtMR. AM
af bib nvflidlbvWtat ettf Uada a4 asstrv
i n a eaet f ra - bt sar a I B K etaarmi
JL si B tswtoa atr t. aar ibe JleaaaaH
aaal tBM Dea A cacaM tn f a aeaav Ba ideac.
50 ay 1 W feet. A ar V n Basaae if ibattr i
barar vowrr, aitb all ike asaik aef j for eertef -n tba
Sis aad Dr swelrte7 : tacit- wl h ai aaetfha
taw '"r B-s aalB. el k f . of thi bst sat ia
Blua-bwl - rsaiaarat ann imi. ii aaskeBaaao.
lBOMralat'Kaaea Bknaar"ra un Jt w) bo
aasn - ss .a laBg iiat- ai Jafl e f'-t or senbeea
whale p-ae Ale a V with aa !- fsavtit c. aa
Maftettlreet aaar r. T-a A U.t JT sees treat oa
eadtreos,stihc Jack: oa aad aae er fr fr-nt
oa Lka'en street. Bear 'aj J X ail oa lvtma.
bot8 r xe.' I Fin, ItawtX.
rrtas Bsasiissa-'iit wir uke caii t
I UOUMItaciAL mmtt. Menaal. T
n the a at at Jaox.-e a zt aad wm e- ba Ure I
Gfrrn iwray Haaal arrvMSs, asrl Ibeee er J
oar raeat oa a aad two a-Mtrv oocs t r tae Mxe ar,
for wbt- b c d watoo watt ba aabl anattly. a
aoelS-tsaat St D. VtTCHBLL.
IN GRAHAM & LEES,
Wood and Willow Ware,
A KB eft-n akL " Hew U H that yea aaa aaard U
le) aoobeaa)? We wfB tail job why We ara
wortis saaa aawtoseoa afwf oa bead. So wt aaea,
aad d tbe roar SB. ty ear oaat snsss. Sar eavajo
are1aat We-bow sateaaba'adseslfcraasn. asannmas
ir Prter Is aoraasaaet so aaf tar Paax's set da.
Tea w tberatara a aax aerMeeo kbat
Xo. 6 3lonrc strict,
Is be Blaee K eaah boy -r i stMad Uesr taaaer.
VARIE1 V GOODS.
HOSIERY AND GLOVES.
UNDERSHIRTS A.XD DRAW BR?,
GUXS AND PMOu,
VIOLIN" AND GOITAJIS.
FLUTES rl ACCORBB&M"'
TRIMMING, kjn. ie. tt.
THS aVee sSaek la sow i-ar Sar 'a a s'lia at eh
ABOSHa Sooeoor T. J H 1RHIS TT Ma "aaaet,
tad le oBbted to ibe Sear ad Oeaajtsy Trade a aaaia
sal- aaap tar eah ami Id to
Bosewood Parlor Suits.
rwoui Prtar Sana F&aQKdJH
31 ceteei rancinir'
prj-a froat Si1 t m . I track wo laretae tbosy-otal
a'la tea of pore is. Priia very btHv, at saw aow
asd tmaaeaae itatU-hia-at
ST'CIVT h CM.
A XBW sty at Biti . Trry Bae aad baasa,
t r-ibar with .B 'mm ditr r.at -tarte-iea w P-iaab. .
tab-aaet aad Casta Brfead. O-eot sawasiimBIs
aetattd to purebaTn bbeee lash 'baa t
aoed MrKIVBT it Oin.
Qd7R aeraaa o nab aad e)rsnt
, foeBKaab e p-srattare .aaae re sar
aed eli her li aaa tty or aa an y.
"ay Pa'tatfUar a"tea lan I- I-.ld u a
tew o-te of a? re eba.acter aad Paslnr Pa Batromaa
afac'arrd la New Turk ' d Beta, for oar owa Sfadi
new aat' maKiK etuU-iaacBi.
a-g dclClvSEr Bv OO.
Clieap Carpets, &c.
MflDAI.Ll. -If Vel-t Carnn. ;
Tapee-rr wH-t Carava
Tapeatn B' aaee a Csspets ;
Imeerttd Ftewlty Caaets;
Karl-b taaraea Ci-peSa . 'f
jLliaW'rt'S'H lanfa1! Cl'w"nv-
T-eM J V- M-t ia.tr Orpete; .
"fapeetry Bears 9aalf 0paI
TwUled Seir , aad 4-4 easd wide ; 4
Orrab Cmn 8 1 M I It I 14 1, K-t ar-l, do.
Britaet Ke.ttof aad llisksaa' I
SMIerr Plated ad Bra- t-lr Bate.
Bilwi T-r- m al west aw- rted tckof flarpeta.
all r-w and t. eeh aM ua. at atneo av aaSao. w jo
not tbe aiteatl a of pur-k-i-ra. aad aser-t-easnlTaa to
e.1 j -de at a eery IBi!l p-f,t snd aW perrlt aatda
taaataa la cao-s. la aeia aao and pat a T.
"QSi MctlftbP.ro. OH.
Pianos, Kelodeons, Furniture,
I HATK joal Waiaod.
wtob r.-raecl baltb, -rvmb
takea saarh ralna la se
leellM a snaeriuc aoortas- at of Pian-a Paiau. re. 0ar
pete.Oartal' Sjd. Sbartes, be . wbe-k I as bow ro
relTtK sad oaTerte to at wn p ea-e to near me wsb,
thHrpairoB.a Vy ear est wta ts to famtih raod ar
tdoles at reaa-b'e peVes
I bare eaaaeed ProeeaeT C P WINXLIlt. whs wl
attend o an rdeee for too In and tetal-l- raatramsata
and i' en Ibeee wto fvr ire wllb a cxB. '
Al! klode ot llallreojea a'e to orier
K v saosvvxos,
eal'JIn " " " -
TO BK HAD AT THB PBBMlSTir
HARNESS ir!0 SADDLERY
231 WAIN-ST., OPP. COURT SQUARE.
Bare now aaaaa'aotailae
bead tb- lrt ard bee a
aerled atotk at' aB 7 -de h oar
tra ever otber d la V-ravpMe.
Ala', OIK BAK'-S f ee-ry
demerit lone, to I of wsieh wo
tavlte the aUeBltna vf pnrcba
sera a we eea aad win a II for
fe or eeoMpt ay a e ep aa
raeeaeaaee' aa nir-ani
tm sabafactkya. rVaoinae
arnear attoeded to aad woi k made to eerr.
nrSdaw PuRP, bbobib at. CO.
EMMS WM& S&L. T
PLANTERS. LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST.
W wm soil Xo. I Kanawha f a't. r-wrtthed, at M
c en per bn'bol, ad ScIIst berreto ki reud or
der! The Iimeli Bar baa toes IWr-ecaar titd
She last fewjears, aad baa pe yd to be lh best aH See
enrtat meat, mote eaiU kaodled aad lea Base to waste
laaa seek salt. ApeCy to
9 No Ift Weonatr-et.
ELLIOTT & CO.,
DBA UBS IS
Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran, Lime,
APPLES, POTATC26. &C,
Corner ol Jefferson aad TTaler Streets,
KBXPHI5. Tk-NX. .
RECBItmD and far sale a
0 barrels Ra uett Apple. ;
Its do RoaialusApfees;
19 tone af Far ;
IAW b -obele PeUtoee !
24 barsvia Patainea; !, rem. aad Bran,
for sale low Sar aB. let-Iw ELUOfT gO-
Ortfl SOUS W. R. aad E D. eheeae;
OUUM barre.. ran Batleri
19 baikata Psa- T. aeeaeelsk OaatepasBei
ea-k Looda P rteri
Bv b-.net. AJe .ad lane Beer;
M ' airet. Oral Boasb n aad tare wrsm
10 b x Wo'tWe ebl-.'im I'aanaaast
W bexea lrreah PoaaSm and Pine A)il
K d ten rrr Oaor Or'teci;
T bt.-t's Tcoaato Baoahea
S b x -" J llaeet
18 boxes assorted Pike
Nra aaao. ul-t-)i
3tM BaxM Bae itracken;
3 bxe enrrac
1 barrel rtntaals;
Also. 'ar, OuaVe Mdaes, Tn. Tobi-eo. Oraatra.
Lo-aja r.fM OrM.Doi, !irdiBei, Sou, Oct c.
Fersstskr j t. rBAJTC. -
tecg Ka. 3 PraM Bow.
1,000 Boxes Tobacco,
JD8T rewired fro-a IV bt tr a-iafaeeatoea saTtr.
alnia, aad or tde lower ba ver to tne trade,
w. al'.l dapyirate say Ifnrthrta or Bailera kttl roasht
tube 'asl let" taaasb. wtab the nme or biaad
aaad'T r-d. srata oao to one bae-'red bore
r.wtS-lw J. B. SHABPB ft CO.
At -Aptaal Spst
FOR. CASH I
TZ0U TBI3 DAjr,
"Wo offer our. entire SJock of
1 FINE CLOTHING-,
rai ... s -r
Fiae Sole Tranks, Xr gro flotssluff, &c.
r rrtau en smv ater-iv, aeay r en
; (J .,. yf, IO do. We Isvlto a wan are m
nantol (Jed OtothlBZ. to call a'! n telne sarstiesi-
asteaj. snm s uuiui,
its Sale-At . oppeet Onl aware.
r. S AB Goods sola oa credit, win bo dtarwd a' Ttf
nlarpreSt). S. a, C
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