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MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 2.7 1S5S.
VOLUME IX NUMBER 17.
BY WCIAHAK, TRO'USDAJLE i& J)lLLi
rcsui&ZD sails. uivmiU asd weekl-.
,.. LXOKIUAS rBOCS-ALt,
wjbo! . rrci-4JiAn.K.
BEXJAlCUt r- Dili.
rjnder the itjle aid iravt
T M'XLijAlUS. tro .scale :& MljL,
ToVhOm all L-rrrr- on rrtistu. ob tfThta
wttr. iBonj be siacc-re-. .
PRICE OF SUBSCBirriO
-.Dally. i advance, per aanaa. -
'TrtiWeeUr. ' ...... a so
. Ail Dally rnt-Crttrtls" l CCKlKtard 4w and
I'twyarJebaU-yeMlytt advance , a,a,. .bjrlr.!Er
-J-Te teregsug iiiuB alrwair " :UWJ
-Adhered te. i
-AIL- HATES FOR ADVK"",";i
or kaenare tea tines er leas, one lrertka.. .Jl
ror eaca aowirosi .---
-RTl-tVARI PICK.ETT. Jr.,
ATrDRKXT AT LAW. Memphis, Teaa. OO-, FVet
.. l?a Bntateg. Jrff.racn-st
tv r - nrnsmnv.
PROFS. BKOCK & SPIEGLE,
COLLECTSD In pron, frm Ua Kvrla and Solh
JLacTteaa IbxIUx. ud tb ol the Xut la
Aiet. th Ettcu k.EeTl3tT u4 1 f orrr are tbesutd
EoUactl 7Us:i. Birtt, Hock, BrtW, BUuia uid
Scni. Tie UrtMt ri nK't nrrJi
In tbe tbU. Cs'Hst'6Ul Irttlmrat, vltbeat tfce ih
ef the kail via enres sarMll lnttiHeot coaiaap-
tlon csrtd. ml tSl Cfcroalc SmtKi bJ Mk ueua
UnqoMtlostMe prooi f onrtrded trtcl. lift, en tp-
X4cuoa, na we cnwKBeic rj
we are now munc n nnpi ua jiBenca.
InOUn lnsmnrr, omi Valea u Meln strrett,
KenrpbH, Tbb. Bt-iiwlr
H. H. & H. Jj. BEDFORD,
Attornoys tvt Ijawj
0rCB eolith tide Genrt Urn, flrtt doar weelol
Kiln, up lUln, wm practice Is all tne Cetaf
If easptla, the KlrrrBth Careatt and nVe Sapnrae asd
rederal Cesrtc at Jackaea. Preapt atenlkea area to
Die coBectton ! cUlmf lnlTeet Ttenee and yrth
OF LONDON, EtJROPR,
WOULD mpectrnHT lelera t M C VeffeU
andtennesB4cceu-7, aat. lie b ejt
Hiked an INTIKMART tt Ko. 211 8BISSHK S
BUILDUfQ, Jlala street, where te ca, W usHnl e m
fldenUaHrrortsecsreet erery afMtee e pitr.U te
an aUo, aB dlieaiea ( tke
Xiungs, IdTer Eyo BDd Ear.
Tne BoctT.liatB nude tneee tet 1 briscnu ( the
prernden tti enure eJ for tke taat SI'"" j-eare, abd
bad an extent! e praettee ta Iad.n and Parte and ter
clue la Snrepe. esaMea him u fafrrm eme ( tfce
taoet remarkaMeenreitna entrt rpeee 4 Mme Tke
matt latradaMe ard tenteiate c i r OHU tiat
ed and cured spen lie new and no ttf dlte-edpiln-cipla
at Klat'a OaOece Besfttal Lada- . Aha, all
caees ef iatersal Weaineea tre d !- aetenttae prte
c4r4e. TO THE IiADIBfi.
I am ceSTlBeed rrKB maT jeaii abaerrateM, laat
e'rM-teattisf tketeeules ttfeneral a-e aM.-te4 wb
dtaeaaeapecalUrtetlietr aex. T tfceea I wa M eiiserTe,
harlsx Lad a ltrce -caenoe In tie weateeaat af miar
na Utnl and TJteclu trCamsaatie-i tBd IBlrrTtln,
and aHHKae of tte Wa w, I oJ InfarB, H
li a matter of treat Importance !e akie atdlcalten Ua
sediatetj, tfre tke d:ycaae bee m cb-oaKor tatraet-
PiraoaanjaroelrtaledatadUtaBCttJ- &KS a de-errptetnotthetreaMtaw.-tUncanl
enefcerac a f ee af
Can hare nwdectne eeai taar-Mr.
Oace-faann fraai A . to 7 T- M. c-lT
t Br. II. R. Kebard's Office,
ffSlth " 8oth endef Stewart 4 Pra'tee' BBlnr. en
X Xaiaatreet, wataUf- 0et teen free 8 to t x.
M.. a7 to r. M T7-lm
ATTO&KET AT LATT, fc.a reeaered kt. afflcetoLe
BWanewMM oaUBMalmt, twa daarj east cl
cemeraf Jfate aid Vrntos erreeta d6-W
DR. J. S. HILIii
0FFKK ee-ner Jlaln and A .Ki auvete, KespMc,
, HUGH Tt. GREER,
ATWBJTXT AT LAW, XMraM.. TBK.-, wfl fTae-
J. Mo in an Me Oaru f K-iBa., laeElerenth Cl'-
esK aad tke Sevreae and Federal GearU at Jaeaa.
and wM aterad pnanpUj ta tne oo'fretioB ef ttlen la
Weat Tcsaeeeee aad North ViiriaaipBt
OPnOB Sank akte at OMaa .treet, two aeora ea.t
of Itala. 15
AIToRSKT AT LATT. 389 Jtalo atreet, 3rd Beer ar-T
atatnBeWa PmtSiore. aeeiT-ly
DR. T. A. 3IEAXS,
OrrtCH orec Ter Eaak. Eoraer Vain and Kadln
WTMt. mtran eon kadtaen. aca-lr
BABIES aeeTT........" r. DIX05.
gCOTT & DIXOTI
i AT LAW AND SOLIMItJRf IN OHAN-
e&T. Munpkta. Tana., will praoiea ttflr profea-
'-ste aOtkeOeesUkeM in the city oi Keeanfaa. aad tke
wrecae aad Federal Ooarta at iaekaea. Prentpt atten
n wat ka slTen ta all elate far caAwttea eatnuUd te
kern. OSceia Jlew Bank Beildtt earner at Xato and
APOUrTCI II- GAILLJLKD.- WS Jl BAKDOUB.
GAUL1SD & RATTDOLPH,
.-rosvirr.. at law. Tjttie Seek. Arxanaas. Tae
BsaeMtedlaw kurte"' ef Pe, K ftOeramtaa,
I &. Garland, M la ear aanaa use
atuaaed ta. taar-aeca
j. max wuui w. i a'cointiee
r-AIXER i. Jt'OOSNIOO. Lawyera, Verapkli. Tea-
neaeee. oaee, Ma. Z7 seate use un rquaio.
T DR. T. F. PEYTON.
OTTVn a'W earner ef JefTerwa aad eeaad atreet.,
" WIL.IA" KESNEDr, Jr., .
AXTOaKKT AT LAY" OdXe aTar Gaicaa Baal BeBd
tag, XrMHa atreK. Me-paH. Teak. -Tl3-lr
dr attending Diseases of the
Bl'E AND liUNGS
1 BS tro-i 9 to II A M ana 3 to a r. M. .
aTklDaUaeaof bla Una wtH be derotedl
X. B. Peraana wubibe nr. orainw
aerrleea meat eaaaatt tkla arraagnent. f e16-ll
nR. THOS. TATE.
iVFFKBS kt aerrtoee to tke dtiirst of Verspkla and
OSca oc earner at Second aad TTitVlm.
I. O . lfMA3T,
3?ortrait 3 ttlatori
TTTTIlk! foend at kK ttsdle. In OLA OX'S KABBLB
kT r liLOGa aner tae aecoaa wrea in .norrrajer.
Orflera. ., can be kf t with Fref. SealBftea.
-r - -rirbek. ferarrlr aiaortale ef tk Araerlcan
J . aad tttnyr f tkaTraw Arale-tr of ArU, weald
Ttapectttr intern tke cttaest ef Mnseeli ad lu
Ttetattr. tkartalai a Stniie at Ho. 363 Kiln ttreet. at
ih star aiUrrr. where ke la p-epared t receive ord' ra
forltfeoreaietaJPortrarlitBOa Oe ra Baring
kid tlrtT3era practlca la tke prefelea. la able to
w Hrraat corrtrt reee-kUace aad tke ktfjbf it atria of
"prlcil rarjtsr. from $T8 to $100 each. Spfc irarai
nay be ret by apply!" r aboTe. a"-w
Georjrc W. Benson.
iilnriiif thaPIAKO and SUI-
X TAB, Kii aU klda of Strlar andE3
BraeainaUB rait. y
(Orion left at X. A. Besacn'f Jtnalei'
Stlre. Jta.3t Xalc Mreet.
IilcUte, JJewton Bradbury'i
TIKI isperk- PIANO Ja.t r lied from tke eitab
l Kikmeatef Umii Llrkle, Kewton t Bradtrsry,
wKkwaree!!ertB at NewTetkprk-e. Fmatteao-
aired repalalloB ef tkae Piano Fortea, fartker notke
f real ai wM not be necaaaary With rrery aHaranca
, -tkat parckaaera wUl get a Ko. 1 Piano, we nralt te
feTtaetr.tnrpeain ocj v-.j.-.
Wn. Kiiabs & Co.'s Planoju
WBareeoa.UD'lyreeelThir yiANOi - K.- :
from tbH freat Southern PJanefeif-
actery, to wntek we won d eepeclallin B fl
. t fir .nnn m .v. . .
.rejBtMytrtratl tar taelr beaoUfal and ta-ente
otaaMafteae, aad arfll- empire fararaMr wltk tke
eat Plaaoa the world can prodece tfe bare to arrive
tkla week, on.ef the raott aaprb Plaaoa ra tke Son' k
rn wntrtry. Price tips). V lrtteri aad parckaaera
a re eaHeited to call at oar Plana ararerooiaa aad erararae
tbem. ocT ca.tnr.r.i. m.
Great Reduction la PrlMS of Pianos.
HATING detenLlned to nee ear rfJort to ra a ke M era
pb (aad ear eataklUkawat la partlcolar,) kead
e.aarter. far tfce aale of PlaKOS la the Soatkern coantT.
we nave made enek arraaremtnle wltk tne maaafactar
era of Flanoa, tkat wa wt 1 bo enabled ta make at leaat 10
per oeateednttett from tke nrett prlore on all Fiaaoa
aeklkyaa Take Uwrearklytieslnoid tkat we ate sett,
lac tkeaxsT Fiaaos cfceaper tkaakal erer brf ie bees
erered la Menrpbte. Parckaaera w eMKe t by ex
amlatnc tke Pianoa, aad aacertala tke r-ltct at
rrt Mc-IKKIT - CO '9.
Raven, Bacon. & Co.'s Pianos.
EIGHT PIANOS from tke wet know a maBBfacturrra
of Veeara Bares, Baeea Co "e fcare Iwa fefl
taf tkta make of Puaea far tercral I ran paat, and erery
taatrament baa lerariably riven perfect aa lifadlaa.
Oarprlceawnbeaame at tke maaa'aeaarere ta Mew
Tort fort Mc-IKKBT - CO.
P. WATSO!f..... -. ....-
.T I BEABO.
NEW BOOK STORE.
M Waits WATkON & BEABD are aowopn sf, .o
SIS Mate etreet, a icBeral ataertaeet ef BOOKS
endSTAnOKXKT. Tkey prepoee aetrc far a small
advance on eoat for caab. or oe abort time wlib d tv ac
M. H. ALBRECHT,
f3BCceeox to 11 jtetttiouni.)
KB EPS GoattaaUy on kaad a raj-r-lr of tbe beet CI
, SABS AKD TOBACCO, ef aU klnda. wbtck ke wall
eea low far Cain, at tke o stand en Skeiby .tree.
SEW FIASO STORE.
THE STOD ART PIANOS.!
P. FL ATI O
HAS tke pleaicre to aootace to kla frlaa ax tke
wcbllc gerarattr, tkat ke kaa tees appointed by Kmars.
Stsdart U Xorrta, ot Mew Tort, Ax est ta tke aale ai
SeUcowopealnc at tkelr store on Hadlaon atreet,
f ew doers rrera tke Unlan Bank, a larce stock wklakwi
be sold at JTrt Tart yrictt. mrWawl rj
' Just Received.
K)tTB kindred but! el l lane TTjajtlP. and for rale
u. a. int. .
I K K K K K 1 (
tflls s j I I I I 5
T I 00 400 6 00 C 00 8 W 10 00 11 60 lg g 00
Je-J; "7 "8 00 T 58 t 00 13 00 1500 1875 a SOTTI SO
i. Too Too io oo is m ie oa aa oyt oa to ooj to oo
."-.. 7, 80 KM 12 W 11 00 M 00 36 00 l 35 7 SQj 52 60
1. Tj 13 00 1X09 IS 04 M 00 SO 00 17 U i5 00) 76 00
C 10 60 li 00 17 60 31 00 33 06 09 H S3 toj S3 60
tJ 13 oo it oo so oo ii oo oojtt oojw Msojioooo
ar to nn . r ma .e mti rise U TRT 117 GO
IT "I" T T' 1 1 1
-,'i.Jia oobo whs aVK orso wso oo'cc opts w
THE DAILY APPEAL
SATURDAY---. - v NOVEMBER 27
'Sptecb of SenktorTJsuglas at 'Chicago.
Mr Fbiendj and Fillow-Citiienj : Ire.
tarn you my beartfelt tnanks for toil maebl
DCent demonstration. The Deuocracr of Itll
combined forces of Abolitionism and Ha allif
(Cbeers) You bare a right to be proud of
una gionous triumpn. ii is iDe trlutnpa of tee
CoutUtution over far Han . it ia.thaJriumnh nf
Hisisionous.prujcipafs'or tae Unioo over fana
ticism and sectionalism ; (applause) it Is the
triumph of tbe principle ef self ruvernmtnt
over uoDressionu interference and xecuure
mtutlon. I ImmeEie applauee.)
Four months aeo. I ontee4 tbe canrats in,
speech from this balcoav to several tboujands
of rT f cllQTC-citiiens : I now apecir before
j uu to receive! iu coDCfanaatiwun ui aa map)
more thousands, reiocloe over our ereat sue
cess. While it is ngbt aad proper that you
should reioiee at txte-aueceti or souo4 coostltu
tional principles which insure peare and hir
moor to tbe Republic, it is out duty to enjor
our victory wiik laodcration. trim me resait
of this election let all tbe asperities, the ex.
citements and angry p'SEions which have been
aroused curing the contest be buried forerer.
it landmen wst orirsaoi'wuj no rejoice
over a vacq'ilsEieil fee. (Uheers ) L-.t jua
teach our paiitical opponeMs that although w
hare tiiutnpbed, tbe victory is for their eoed
as well as ours (Great applause ) When
tvejtsf outKi:j.t Mxf icoEslitutlORA) prioe
pies into practical operation in this Govern
ment, the Republicans enjoy tbe blessings thus
conferred as vrtll as the Dem oerals. I Good
good, and cheers ) It Is right, therefore, that
all should rejoice in our triumph, but it is our
duty to be ki&d. generous, and magnanimous
towards those.whom we havej. diffsred Kith in
Lit us remember, that while we are divided
into political parties arl separated froa each'
by antagonistic principles, yet as citizens
of a common Rr-public we will revere the
glories of our past .history, and tie all trust
taat our posterity wilt ebfre a coaeafts: destiny
is tbe blessings of tbe gcverusaent io all lime
loeasK. (Applause.) Ill is Ualeo, br tii
CeasUtuUon, has conferred span it tbe greatest
fecacr mat jjrvioe rroviatLCJ uas ever con
ferret! upon a Iree people. (Hear, bear.) Let
mat Constitution be administered as our
fathers made it : let that bond of union which
binds these S ales together continue forever,
earn aue retaining us sovereign rigais, dis
pos-n: of its own internal affairs, and rega
latine its own domestic iastrtatisns to suit
itself. (Cheers.) Let that great principle of
popular sovereignty, whitb underlies our rt-
publicsB institutions be carried out in good
faith is tbe States and Territories alike
(Cheers.) Let Illinois regulate her own af
fairs, nuderber institutions dccoreHeg to her
own wishes and mind her own fcasiaeg-s, per
mitting every other State to do the same thing,
(cheers,) and there will then be coacerd arid
fraternal feeling among the different States of
ihe Union. (Renewed cheering.)
We must discard forever that fatal heresr
which teaches that this Union, divided into
free and slave Stales, as our fathers made it,
cannot endure that false teaching which says
that these States must all become free, or all
become slave that they must become all oae
IbiBg, or all tbe ether, should be forgotten for
ever (applause) and tbe great principle ef
popular sovereignty, of State rights and State
sovereignty, should prevail, declaring tbe right
of tbe people of each State aad each Terri
tory to manage their own affairs in their own
way. sukiect only to me Uobetituuoe. ( raree
cheers.) When that principle shall be re
cognized and proclaimed by all tbe American
people, North and South, there will then be
peace, and harmony, and fraternity, amoue all
the States of this Confederacy ; (good and ap
plause) but so long as that monstrous political
heresy shall prevail, that the North must com
bine against tbe South to abolish slavery every
where, and that tbe Sooth must combine
against tbe North to establish It everywhere
that there must be sectional strife between tbe
Noith and the South for the ascendancy, so
long there will be discord, strife and hatred
between tbe differeat sections of the Union.
(That's it, and applause.)
That great issue was direcllv and distinct I v
submitted to the people of Illinois at the recent
election, and, thank God, the principles of tbe
Constitution aud tbe Union have triuunhed.
(Immeose applause.) Illinois now sUtds, as
sue Das ever stood, faithful to toe Constitution
and the Union. Illinois now stands, as she
has ever stood, immovable upon Democratic
principles, main taming lbs Democratic organi-1
zatioB. (Six cheers ) Every other free State
in this Union, at seme time, has wheeled out
of line, except gallant Illinois. (Tremendous
applause.) From tbe day that Illinois entered
Ibis confederacy up to tbis hour, the has cast
bet vole for Democratic candidates for the
Presidency and Vice-Presidency at every suc
ceeding electros. (Renewed applause.) And
yet jou have been tol l that tbe only State (bat
has never failed te staad by the DeisocrHtie
organization and vote for the" Democratic can
didates for President is now to be read out of
that party by those States winch have all gone
Abolition. When this dilk cloud of fanati-
ctea which bis spread over tbe New B gland
States, rolled over New York, completely over
whelmed Peansylvaoia, Indiana and Ohio, and
reached in its course, tbe Wabaeh river, It was
there met by the gallant united Demoeraey of
Illinois, who turned back tbe tide and kent the
flag of tbe CoostJtu'ion and the Union floating
over their beloved State. (Cheers. )
Tbe victory you are now celebratioc is one
never to be forgotten, for it is the triumph of
Union, constitutional men ever fanaticism, sec
tionalism, and disunion. (Great applause.)
Wnen tbe old sectional parties united against
tbe Federal Constitution and Union, the na
tional men, whether Wbls or Democrats, or
by whatever other name they might be called,
uunea to maintain mat Uoestitutlon, to pre
serve the Union, and drive back tbe dark, fatal
c'oud of sectional animosity. ("Sound doc
trine," and applause.) Illinois bow occupies
die proud positidu of having fought the good
fitbt; Illinois is now greeted all over tbe
Union north and south, east and west as tbe
only northern S'.ate that was not overwhelmed
in tbe rccefct elections. (Cheers.) To what
cause do tbe Democracy of Illinois owe tbis
triumph? It is due to fidelity, to principle.
(Applause) -la Illinois the true principle of
popular sovereignty has been sustained ; iu Il
linois the Cincinnati platform bts been stnctlv
Udhered to; in Illinois the Democratic organi
zation has been maintained. (Six cheers, and
Ion:; contintud enthusiasm.) Is Illinois there
bag been nn new tests interpolated into the
Democratic platform, (applause :1 Ib Illinois
Democrats have never been proscribed because
of differences of optuioa, provided they re
mained inside of the Democratic party and
abided the usa? eg of its orranizition - ( rheera: i
in Illinois, a liberal, tolerant, just and generous
policy has prevailed, end in Illinois a glorious
triumph has rewarded that policy (Applause )
No, my friends, tbe result in this State con
trasted with the disasters in others, fur-tabes
a lesson. Utt tbe bitterness that bas been ex
cited, let the aBgry passions tbat have been
aroused be buried with the contest out of which
they arose. (Good and cheers ) Let us meet
our fellow-citizens wbo differed with us in pol
rites toe same as if mere bad been no angry
reeling engendered, it is our duty cow to con
soUdate tae party, to begin to comtine our
forces for the future in order tbat we may pre
sent a full, united. Invincible front to Aboli
Uonism and all of its allied armies. (Cheers )
If wise and patriotic counsels now prevail, the
great battle of Popular Sovereignty bas been
fought and the victory woof arever. (Cheers.) If
we expect to maintain oar liberties as our fath
ers transmitted them to us, we must be vigilant
and watchful, preserving our organization, and
ever ready to present an united and irresistable
front to the common enemywhereverhe makes
bis appearance, (uneers.j
my friends, I will bow renew to you my
grateful and profound acknowledgements for
tbe magnificent demonstration which you have
made to-night. When I arrived home on the
IStb of July last, and was welcomed by such
eoufrtless multitudes, I never expected again to
see cueti a crowd. ("This is not half what we
tan do," " Wait till 1660," c) The battle is
now over, and tbe victory won, and again 1 see
a crowd before me, even larger than that which
greeted me on my return home. I cosf eis that
this is so large that I never expect to see an
other. ("Weare all for Douglas," and cheers.)
I Lava not ventured to suppose tbat this cele
bration is Intended aa a personal corap' ent
tome. ("It is," "It is," and applause.) feel
more pride and satisfaction in the belief t A it
is your heartfelt oaerings or devotion to ' nse
great constitutional principles with whld my
me la inseparably eounectea. i again return
you my graterni ipan.s.
TbeTwaHsmieidii at Detroit Fall Particu
Trim Hh Free Preaa ef the IStk.
A cold-blooded and deliberate murder was
committed last evening, wbkh in atrocity and
aggravating circumstances, bas not been paral
leied in our records or crime ror a loae period.
Tbe victim, wbo was almost instantly killed by
a charge of shot, fired from a double barrel
run Id the hands of the murderer, was Daniel
Flynn, an Irishman, residing in the Eighth
Ward, on Sixth street, between Michigan aye
nae and Grand River street. The cireams tan-
re. at near as they could be gathered in tbe
confusion and excite Jlent on tbe part of those
cognizant cf thta- were as follows :
Tbe murder was committed on Doara tne
sail schooner Albatross, lying at the foot of
Woodward avenue, by her captain Samuel
Whentl.v Flrnn hid been employed about
the vessel in some capacity, probably that of
unloading, as he followed the business of a
stevedore, and went on board during the eyenin
in a state of intoxication. Those wno were
witnesses cf the occurrence suv that about 1
o'clock their attention was attracted by a
sound of angry voices, accompanied by swear-
log, on board tbe vessel, which, upon cjoser ex
amination tnev louLd to proceed irom rjvnn.
who was disputing with the captain of the ves
sel and two other men about his pay. All
were more or less intoxicated, and FlyBa seemd
to be very boisterous and much excited. There
were aevrrai men on tne cock wno saw uie oc-
' . ...
currence, among wbom were turee nameo
Shields, Sullivan and Falvey. The latter of
these, wbo was acquainted with Flynn, heard
the other threaten to shoot him, and went on
board to induce blm to come ashore, but be re
fused to do so, and kept on in tbe drunken quar
rel in which tbe watli party were engaged.
The Captain and his brother went down into
tbe cabin for some ptrpose or other, and Flvno
attempted to follow, but was prevents! by those
mslde. He then got a club, and then went into
the gangway, and, reaching down Into the
cabin, whitb was very small.commerrced ttrik
leg At the tn Ose;tf .tine was heard, to ex
J(aim, "Shoot him," "Give me tbe gunj?' to.
getber vnmrmeronsTrtnertnreaienin.r exprea
sions, followed by a scuttle, as if for tbe pos
session of the can.
Tiynn in the meantime was striking right-.
and lert atraut the cabin, bta body osiog about
half out of the gangway. The gun was then
passed out of tbe gangway with tbe nuzzle
close to Flynn's body, and discharged. The
charge entered tbe lower part of tbe abdomen,
i little to the right of the centre. Flynn paid
no attention to the terrible wound which was
inflicted upon his person, but continued curs'
log and swearing for a minute or so, without
seeming to know tbat anything waa wrong
The gun waa to close to him when it vr as fired
tbat it set blsxiotbes on fire, acd be was m
ticed to brush them ouce or twice in a drunken
unconscious way, and to reel and fall to
tbe deck. There were at that time tbretl men Jn
the cable, viz : Samuel Wheatlej, the captain
a man name! John Kelly
Deputy U. S. Marshal Toler, who was close
oy, beard tbe report of the gun, and immedi
ately went aboard tbe vessel, and attempted to
enter the cabin. Kelly got out and away as
sooa as the gun was fired. Wheatley present
ed tbe gun at tbe officer, ft bo iumned down into
the cabin, with a revolver in bis hand, and or
dered blm to surrender. The murderer refused
to do so, and kept his gun presented in a threat
emng attitude, wben be was seized from behind
Jur-jronng.man namd Thomas Craij;, after
wuico oe was easily captured. Mia Drotber
was taken Into custody without resistance on
bis part, and on the arrival of officers Whalen
and John Stadler, both were delivered into
uieircoarge ana tauen to j in, attendee by i
numerous crowd, which had by this time col
The unfortunate man lay as be bid fatten on
tbe deck when our reporter arrived on tbe
scene of the fatal occurrence. Drs. Daven
port and Axford arrived at the same time.-and
nis ciowes were removed ny toem, vrnen i
most horrible slghf was presented. The abdo
men was cut open by the passage of the whole
coarge or snot, soibat the entrails protruded
from the wound, -which was larjte enough to
admit of a man's fist entering it. The man
was evidently dying, so that there was no hone
Tornlm. lie was sjteecbleas and panu, with
only the slightest consciousness about blm,
and no one bad any bope or o.s living bve
Justice Purdy arrived shortly after, and, see.
tug bis state dispatched messengers for Bishop
Lsfevre and tbe wife of tbe dying man. The
latter was then removed on one of tbe batches"
to a tavern close by, when some questions were
asked him by Jostice Purdy. to which he re
plied tbat tbe captain shot him, which was all
tbat be could say intelligibly. Bishop Lefevre
then administered extreme unctren and abso
lution. While the .solemn ceremony was being
performed, before a crowd of silent, uncov
ered spectators, bis spirit departed with a few
faint gasps ; the film came over the open eyes,
and the face assumed the appalling garb of
A Handsome Staircase.
Our readers are probably aware that Ihe ad
dition to the Capitol at Washington Is intend
ed to be a very costly and magnificent affair.
tilt tbey win get a better Idea or tbe magnifi
cence ef it by reading tbe following descrip
tion ot so unimportant a part of it as the -bal
ustrade of one of tbe staircases, and seeing
what sort of a thing tbat is. If a balustrade,
and for a " private stairway loo," is made to
cost $90,000, and to be a miracle of art, what
must tbe whole structure be i Wt copy from
the Philadelphia Gazette :
" It is ror tbe private stairway, inside tbe
building, by which members ascend to the
halls, four flights in length, making the balus
trade one hundred and sixty-two feet. To be
in keeping with the magnificent edifice itself,
no common raiting would have answered. Ac
cordingly tbis is a massive specimen of the
very highest description of bronze. Bat thirty
thousand dollars eouM be appropriated for it,
though the balustrade will cost tbe makers
fully tbat sum, and probably more. It con
tains seven main figures; a buck at full speed,
spread cage, lull frost, of tbe bald-beaded
kind ; a black eagle stooping, with raised
wings and open talons ; a boy recoiling; from
an irate rattiesnae j a pigeon's nest in a tree,
wltb toe voune mrds in it, and Uie mower as
cending to it ; and two fine figures of Cupids,
in different postures, amons tbe Scroll work.
These are only tbe main figures. There are,
II through tbe work, nne representations of
the pise-apple, rhododendron, rose, lilac, cot
ton plaat, tebocco, Indian corn, acacia, Jlc
in isct, tne seven panels or mis oaiusiraae are
tudies of American art indeed.
Tbe plants and iirures are all modeled from
the actual reality here among us. Oae ot tbe
deer in Logan Square furnished tbe study for
tbe buck, the bjure of which, in action, is
eallv e ie. A growing pineapple m tbe con
servatory cf John Anspacb, Jr., North Broad
reel, was before tbe artist wben be designed
the balustrade. And so, too, with tbe eagles,
both of which were copied from the livinc birds,
while the Cupids or- boy figures were taken
live specimens of ycunr fbiiadeipbia.
wbo have thus been immortalized. We beg the
reader to observe these facts, for they show
the entire originality of tbe work, while tbe
abject of tbe various figures betray IDeir ex
lusively American character. Then in point
f artistic merit tbey are worthy of tbe highest
praise. The horns of the buck are perfection
itself. All the scroll work, figures, &c, are in
the heaviest and most missive style, there be
ing no Sat work, so tbat altogether, tbis may
be justly pronounced a triumph of American
art. Captain Aleigs bas expressed bimtteir not
only pleased with, but proud of it, and Lord
.apier eulogized u asfqaai,ir not superior, to
anything ot the kind be had seen in Europe.
The artist to whose skill we owe tbis produc
tion, is Edsood tMudtfj, wno, iBougo an
European by btrtn and education, is a resident
here, and has entered into this undertaking
wttn tbe gusto or a man to teve wita it."
Tbe Frigate Niagara at St. Yiscsat.
BEB SLATE CABGO AND THE SLAVE TRAD it
TBB CONblTION Or TUB SLLVK1 TUE1B 03A
I. YeLceet (Oct. S3) correepwderjce ef tke London
The United States steam frigate Xiarara,
Captain Cbauncey, arrived at this port yester-
av en roale for Monrovia, wiui tbe Africans
recently rescued by tb: United States brig
XMlpata rrora tbe stave nng jmo. Alter coal
ing she proceeds at once to her destination. I
have been kindly permitted to see a private
letter from Dr. Uainey, wbo is Ibe special
agent ot the Government of tbe United States,
to a friend in England, in which be says :
" We have bad a difficult and somen bat un
usual service to perform with our fit frigate,
in restoring a few unfortunate Africans to
their own land. The Niagara proceeded to
Charleston, where I joined ber September 21
I bad gone to Cbarleeton by tbe direction of Ibe
Government to sail for Africa, there to receive
these negroes and deliver them officially to the
American Colonization Society, with which
the President bad contracted for their protec
tion, education and support for one year. The
yellow fever raging with great violence in that
city at tbe time, tbe negroes bad been landed at
rort bumter, a lew miles below tbe city, wbere
they were necessarily greatly exposed and
badly fed. Tbey ate freely tbe shellfish wbich
collected around the fort, and died rapidly.
Their condition on leaving the biigcAo was
painful and disgusting in tbe extreme, inev
bad been huddled together closer tban cattle,
and slept at nigbt in as close contact as spoons
wben packed together. Privation ot every
kind, coupled with disease, had reduced all of
them to tbe merest skeletons, and to sucb a
atate of desuetude and debility tbat on entering
ibe fort tbey could not so mucb as step over a
email beam, one foot high, in tbe doorway, but
were compelled lo sit on it and balance them
stives over. It is impossible foryou to imagine
their sad and distressed condition. Even now,
on board our snip, after one month of kind
treatment, good food and pure air, tbey appeir
goastiy in tne extreme.
toe eno tooic on board -iso at kabendi.
Ooe hundred and forty one died on the passage,
eight died aner tbe capture, tblrty-bve died in
Cbarieston, and btty-seven nave died on board
our frigate, we received on board Zi 1 ; o:
these 226 were men and boys, forty-three girls
and womea, and two Infants. Consequently,
214 only remain, and many ot these, doubtless,
will die before we reacb tbe coast. Uut one
woman has died of the whole lot a fact illus
trative of tbe greater fortitude of the female
sex. Tet, their nember beloe smaller, and onr
nation being eaHaat in all eases, tbeir treat.
merit bas been somewhat better than tbat of
the men. Thus, 241, or considerably more
than half of these poor creatures have died a
sad commentary on the traffic, and paralleled
perhaps only in the Infernal trade of coolies.
It is a poor apology for the defective yet
vaunted civilization er we limes, tbat human
beings can be murdered thus wholesale, merely
to gratify the beastial cupidity of tbe lowest
knaves tbat disgrace the great privilege of hu
man free agency.
The cargo came rroui tbe regions of tbe
Cooro river, about 5 degrees south latitude it
is said from K abend a. There are a few Ka
bendas among them ; many Coogos, or Mui
eosgos ; a few from tbe interior districts of
Loargo and Loaodo : and some whom they c:ll
among themselves negroes. Four or five of
lbem eoea a pazoir or tne i-onururse, waicn
1 can understand snmcienuy to Know an toeir
wants and feelings, and learn Ibe little which
thev know of themselves and rns another.
1-ey range rrom eigne to eiguieen years or
aire, but about s dozen of them belnz adults.
Only four are tolerably fioe looking fellows,
while there are but about tbe same number of
healthy looking women. The remainder are
young and Impressible, as It is, I believe, en
erally desired that they should be.
iuey are extremely bltny, and mucn prefer
nudity to dress. We have adopted the plan of
having s large hose turned oo lbem twice per
veek. with strong men at tbe engine xbey
appear well enough satisfied with the bath, but
cannot, even br tbe lash, wbich we are com
pelted to employ freely, be made to observe any
other sanitary or accent usu. t rcqunco a
rood arere crew of men to keep tue spar oecc
" . . , ... i - vrri, - .iK,a.tK.
wbere Utey are locaicu, cicau. ti ueu ivtuiii
was put on them In Charleston, ot which tbe
atavea in the citv contributed several
dray loads, tbey Immediately tore it off and
rolled in the sand and basked in the sun.
1 know but few eases In which tbey manifest
anv svmnjtbv for one another, except to, help
scratch each othei's backs. 'Iuey give co at
tention or sympathy whatsoever to tbe sick and
dvlne. When one is dead the body may lie for
hoars among them iu immediate contact, ye
unnoticed. Bat as soon as the soul has fie:
they steal the blanket of tbe deceased and
moat unceremoniously proceed to anoronriate
ls bread, spoon and ba. Daring the process
of burial tbey never manliest tbe slightest con.
cern. A more stolid, brutalized, pitiable set of
beings ! ntver Dtneia
All of lbem taka miJlleina without a word of
pbifct(ion,yet.Hhtne;vex net) sickens bo is al
most certain to die. We found thenTwltn scur
vy, diarrhea acd oplhalmla, and relieved very
much of the former and latter. They have also
ctktfbtinflunzi,eicnrvyand chronic diarrhea.
It is wholly Imnoia hie to Intelligently diac-
ncae .their symptom's, or to provide for them as
une wouiu witn. we Dave given toem an toe
aid war. moaev Ilberalls emended and directed
by Intelligent Christian avmnatbies could dic
tate, xiat tner are a set or poor, miseraoie oe-
ir-ra .- wno win nreaab vkoan reianss, into weir
ld state. J an satisfied tbat they would have
been much happier as slaves In America. TBut
uie curse would oe upon us, (or Biavery always
operates tar more disadvantaeeoosiv on tne
wnite owners tban tbe negroes tnemseives.
I trust tbat tbe dar is comtne when this bor
rlble traffic will cease. But It must be by a
powerful and combined effort on the part of
tbe leading Christian nations. The people of
the United States, as a ma.s, would revolt at
toe idea of so far relapsing into barbarism as
to euner re-establisb or tolerate ids siave
trade, ami tbe faithful President of the United
States but echoes tbe universal public voice
wben he orders a temporary and literal execu
tion of our latvs and treaties on tbe subject,
and in tbe faco of cavillers hue and there In
tbe South sends the people, at enormous cost,
out of tbe Union. But. in addition to same
improvements in bur squadron tiiftbe coast of
Africa, by replacing-tbe etghty-eigbt guns or
large frigates and. sloops by many small and
effective steam gunboats, there is a great change
needed in your country also; and mat is, you
must make tbe crime of slaving piracy and
murder, and must execute tbe law so deualng.
I am satisfied that some new mode must also
be introduced for tbe trial of ihoss found on
board slavers ; probably by trying them at
once and swinging them up to tbe yardarm.
As your system now operates, tbe British cap
tors have every interest in releasing the crew
and landing them again at an eligible point on
the coast, that they may tbe sooner have an
other vessel, to be taken as another profitable
prize. This is an easy and a certain means of
furnishing prize money to your cruisers, and an
equallycertaln means of perpetuating the slave
trade. It always appears singular to us that
your confessedly great and noble statesmen
permit a system-so impotent except in evil to
exist and cursethe world."
Heartily concurring In these sound views
from one who is evidently earnest and intelli
gent, I take the liberty of sending them to you
PATENT MACHI.VE BALE ROPE.
AStTPSBIOR article ot H cklne Bope alwajs onkaad
and for aale at Market Prices br
J. T. D0USI.4S3,
nl4-m No Second atreet. St. Lonla.
ALXX. BEUET r. I. SX17H.
KELSEY Ai SMITH,
FORWARD I N G AND COMMISSION
CORXER C03MERCUL AND CUESTXUTSTS
ta ST LOOTS, MO.
JOHH TRirLtTT..MILr lELLt.. raASK W. TIIXAT.
TRIPI.ETT, SEELS & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
IfO. 53 LEVEE,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Dealera In Rope. nemo. Prorlslens. rair. Grain. c
Caak advanced on cen.lKnraeata. stS-Sm
JOSEPH G. JMIEEER,
COMMISSION and FOBWAEDING
-NX o. 28 IVIa-x-lcot Stroot,
nil ly ST LOOTS. MO.
DAVENPORT & DRAKE,
CO-tMISSIOlT MEB CH A. NTS.
MARKET AND COMMERCIALSTHEETS,
W. DAVINrOBT, 1
II. DZAEC, V bT. LOOTS.
C DATESrOST )
Btrra To J. J. Persea X Oo , Beao at, Shtw Co.,
IT. P. & E. R. SHRYOCK,
26 LEVEE Ac 52 COMMERCIAL SJ
ST LOOTS, MO.
Solicit erdsra tit tbe pnrckaar of UemD. Barrier. Bods.
Bacon. Lard, Flour, eTkeat Corn, Oata, Ax.
Sell i very deecrlptlun of Country Prodn-e oa Conalzn
meet, asl Forward MeruaadiM promptly to all points
rom at i outi
BcrxB TO Stratton. ktcDavttt & Co.. Farrloatoa
Bowel, Olark (I Harris. W Howard Jt V a!4-
HENRY PIKE X CO.,
105 and 10S Levee,
SAIKT LOUIS, MIS30URI.
Manufacturers of an k'wls ot
And Sole Proprietors of the cewrrattd brands of
JKS31MIKB AKD ON'CLE SAM WHIS-IIS.
H. D. VAN SYCKEE,
JProtTisloa. 13 onlor,
BARRELED, CUT MKAT3, LARD, he.,
Always aa kaal in e.aanUHrs lo tail,
IS Commercial Street, between Market and Ckestaat,
ST. LOOTS, MO.
Wm P. FisnEn, Aas'staat. al'-Sa
Tobacco Commission Morchant,
THE VIRGINIA TOBACCO AGENCY,
lit Main Street,
BS-dai ST. LOUIS, MO.
JSO. r. (ALLAH Alt....... W. n. JtATDEX.
rBXD. A. BASSE -AS.
(Late wllh nwaemaa k. SsMh.)
. P. CAIaliAHAZV At CO.,
Wkelesale Dealers In
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
Bectinod Whisky, Cigars, &c,
No CI h'orth Levee, bet. Waablsgten Areas e &. Vlne-sL,
t-tf S. LOUIS, MO.
ANDERSON is. sVATSON,
Commission and Forwarding Merchants,
No. 26 Commercial Street,
(Corner of Cbeataat street,) atj IS leree.
L7-Km ST. LOUIS, MO.
H. R. Ai C. S. DEOOD,
Conunusion and Konvardin Merchants.
Aal Dra'ets In
FLOUR, BACON, LARD, BUTTER AND
81 Commercial St, between Olive anJ Locust,
nT dSm ST. LOCH. MO
OOOD.iif, a. at eBay,
v. n. ooodwis, w. w. sastobd.
New Tork. St. Loals.
GOOD.VIN, MURRAY & CO.,
(For erly Ooodwln ft Murray,)
Importers of Leaf Tobicco and Scgare.
4 ND mainfaaturers of Plug. FtBo-cat, Chewing and
SmeklBg Tabic . Sneffl. at,. e Ko. II tm.
merdal s'reet, St Lonla, Mo. m-llv
FRANK. .V . ROBERTS,
Manufacturer and Sole Proprltlor ot
HERRING'S PATENT CHAMPION SAFE,
For tke Slates ot Missouri and lows, and
HALL'S PATENT POWDER. PROOF LOCK.
0TB received rrllt Medals at World's Fair, London,
1S1, asd World's Fair. Now Tork. IStt-i. nana.
tactnier cf VAULTS. VAULT DOORS. BAXx-arcv
safes, cacsrs, he-.
auo Agent ror ratent Bast lccas of QJ Siren t ma
kers. IS Lree and 3t Cvmmet dais tree t.
T3 Factory Ut eClty.l ST. LOUIS, MO.
A. 1ECIEB....J. A ST0CKT0!....J. A. rAX.IISO
D. W. WBIELXB.
RECK.ER & CO,
General Commission Merchants.
Ke. 11 City BalMlsga, SontU Commercial Street,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
T 1 BE SAL advances made on Consignments, and par-
aj ticniar aitenttoa gtveu to tne puscnasi aca sale of
rroauce ana jtaacreciarca Antaea. n7-tf
M'CADLET J S EPKHAM W. II OBKSO
C. MCCAUL.EY & CO.,
General Commission and Forwarding
No. 47 Commercial Street,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
TXTILL give prompt persona ' attention to tke sale or
r T purckaae In this market of any ces.rlptlen of
MerckaadliO or Froklooo.
Sooca f jrwarded with dupatck at Iowo,t rates. Or
ders promptly fiaea wltk erre. Orders andcenalgnmentt
We else manuf actnre Dnnkam St Oregt'a sonerler ar
tide of Crackers. Cracknel Blacmt and Pilot Bread.
Hominy Grit, nailed BarUy and Farina, which we wtit
aiwaya sen at tne loweaa rates. ale-em
CLARK J. MORTON,
Mo. 0, Iiocust street, St. Louis.
W pall to tbe SlUcg of o-drri. Refers, by rermlislon.
to Messrs. Meaeham h. Oalbrratb, Farrinrton ta Howell.
nampte. aiitcoeii c. vo, a. . . tutu, rro-lrent
Bask of Hempnls, Mercpnis, and to merchant a soci
ally of St. Loots. ocn-em
Opening of the Oyster Season.
Cor. of Washington and Front How,
T) ECEIVBS by every Kw Orleans packet
tv a largo ut or cne ua.ii utaiiKS
He kai opened kla eld stand for tbe eea-oa.
where the lovers of these floe bivalves
can be served la any style rrom tbe Shell. Slewed.
Boasted, Scolloped or Fried. He Intends to keep aa kere-
u fore, sowing nut tae beat and coeal tbe market af.
loroa. uqoori, k uaa. Ale, cigsrs etc, as usual
Families supplied with Oytters by tbs barrel or can.
r-S-dXa VINCENT BAC10ALCPO.
Trustees Sale ot
STEAMER DANIEL BOONE
TJT Tlrtno of tke power Tested la as.
Xi ey a
certain Died of Trutt, executed I ICj-jifl
lo na. onthe SOth dav ef Febru.r. IftM
by A. S. naseock, which deed Is of re ES
cord la tbe Cnatom Hsa e to Memphis, to secure certain
oebia anerria a "caw, we wri aeu to tne Blgneet LIC-
der for Calk. t PUBUO ATJOTlOaT. at the wharf la
in aurei jaeoipuu, oa tae tain oty e ecemoer,
ISS3, (Hoalsy,) the steamer DAKIBL BOJNB, wltk
ner macataeir, .ui c, icraimre aca tacxia.
nli SAM. W GATES. I Trustees.
Tbe Missouri Republican, Lsnlavll e JocruL New Or
leans True Delta, aal Vlckaburg Whig, wl I lmert the
tbovs vs. i tnseruoss, ana tesa pi i to this oce.
TJo Hardware Unycrs.
A. 1. wntTZ...., r. A. MTIBLC
A. J. WHITE & CO.,
Imoortars ef aad Dealers la
Gnns, Nails, Castings and Metals,
HAVB new In lUre, a tail aaaortmeot ef articles
In tkelr Use. to whkh tba attention cf 0 AtU !
PRi-ir r TTMB BtrrBKS li lnvtt1. Pur-A
Aid., sirr rt rr.ra tbe Eoink and Amrrlraa Mar-t
ufa, torera. enables aa to offar Goods at prices mack leas
tbaa kereUf ore eoM in inn maraei
A . WUIIfi
aS-twawtm Front Bow
A FULL aaoortaest ef ojai urates, conaiauas of
Plain and Fins Enamaad, wltk Fenders, Coal
Backets, Flra Setts and Coal Skova a. at reOoced prices.
A. J. wmrK ea tiu ,
nS-dtm Dwleratii Harl . SS Front Bow,
GOGG-K ate HOIaT,
- AOESTS ron THE salt or
Manufactured Tolincco, Leaf To
ltacco, ana cigars,
(Xraer ef Mala and Uoljn streets.
SELLING, aa tkty da, ezdaalvely oa Oooimlaal-n, they
are eo.bled to sspaly tko trade at as low rates aa the
same (noes cf T&escco can oe aocssi in any mariei.
S.5,000 Worth of
SADDLERY AND GIN BANDS,
IrOK SALE. JJJVVriK In AM Vt
T) KSPKCTFULLT announce to their caatom'rrs and tba
At, puMtc, mat tney are aziio nacx at uteir old etena.
31 A I 3 STREET,
OPPOSTTK COURT SQUABS.
We are now epentnc oar large FALL STOCC wbich a
boaakt low for Caab, and win not be nadersold.
We Invite an in want tt an.talag la Ibe
Sad tilery or Harness I.iue,
AT WHOLESALE OB RETAIL.
To Klve ns a call before pnrckaalDE. Also tor f ale at a
(real aacria a few SADDLES damated by water at tke
late are. wort maae to oroer and warranted.
aepi-daiSa FORD. BXOBIE k. CO.
B. c HOtnu......
B. NOERIS & CO.,
MAKUFACTUBEB3 or Steam Esstsee, Saw Mills,
GrtatMlUS. Gearing, Flonie Work asck aa Fronta,
Window Cepi, &c Steamboat re patriae and jobbtnz
work of every description attended to promptly. Persons
sending tkelr work to cs can rely on getting It at tee
time promlaed. Wa are prepared to execn'a orders tor
steam Engines ana saw Mills on very anori notice, and
aslow as tb.y can be broXkt from St. Loals or Cincin
nati of tk. same qnalltvofwork IrS.dawiv
0. COLEMAN & CO.,
aoexts ron Tin sale or
No. 3 Madison Street,
J. & A. WOODRUFF & CO.,
Nos. 3, 4 &. 0 Exchange Rulldings,
HAVE aow oa band oae of tbe large at and boat select
ed stocks of
Carriages and Duccies.
Ever offered In tkls market. Having kaa a long experi
ence In tbe business we know the wants ot tbe comnmn-
nlty, and feel warranted la saying, tkat onr facilities
for obtaining food work are enenrpasted by any noaee In
tbe Sooth. Carriages of err -y description bnllt to order
and work guarantied. All ads ot repairing done wltb
aeatneaa and dlapatca.
jottii aea' J. A. wooDRurr co.
Z. If. XATES.
J. B. SHARPE & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
so. i Front Row. .
W8 wl 1 dspUcate any Xortbern or Eastern M'l wltk
tbe same, er brands equally as good, from I box to
1 000 Jy-dm
BBOCE rrniAM JOHX at. STTIBXSBI.T.
PUTNAM & STIIRESIILV,
No. 6 Pront Stroot, Now Orleans,
"TXTILL pay strict attention to. and forward wltk dls
r T paten, ail goooa loireaiea io oar care.
BzrcB to Messrs. Coleman & Co., Messrs. WCoz
3 Messrs. W. A Vlolett Co., Messrs. Fattoa ai
It tbe agent of the- above bocso In tbla city, and
prepared to make contracts for forwarding, and to at
tend to all settlements and other boalness ot tke Arm.
tSDEEir jtXEBETO AKCCS BOlOtTZ.
JLEKETO & ROJOVX,
"Watch Makers and Jewelers,
CORNER OF ADAM 3 AKD MAIK STREETS,
TTTEare now In receiptor a splendid stock ot
t WATUHB3, CLUCKS, aaa jAWCUir,
aad will keep constantly oa band a fall supply,
whlck we ofT.r at reasonable price. We are
prepared to do repalrln" and cleaning at all timet, and
aarrsat to give satlata Hon In all cases Call and ex
amine onr stock ntlS-tf
Wholesale and Retail
STOVES, GRATES, PLAIN & JAPANED
Ludlow's t?cir-5caliog and Winchcll's Wax
FRUIT CAN I
Also Uarrlson's Patent Kitchen Store,
WEOUQHT IB ON STOVE
And Family Use.
Backet Covers, Ears. Tea Kettle Breast,
Rivets, bhect Iron,
AKD VABIOUS OTHBB ARTICLES SUITABLE" FOR
ALL OF WHICH I OFFER
Q I 1 l iATJ FOR 0-3L1S--CI
At 254 Main Street,
BETWEEN MADISON AND MONROE.
jP. iF. JL. FR1JKS
1S5 Min Street,
UNDER THE WORSIIAM HOUSE.
HAS Ike piestnre to sntouEce. gss,Vi?,
to the ccbllc that he has now"lJ- 7 V
open and for sale, an entirely new and sploadld
JEWELRY, Ihe latest patterns
WATCHES and CLOCKS.of tbe best makers;
DIAMOND SETTS and KINGS.
Aa extensive stock of SPECTACLES wltk Scotch Pebbles,
all cf whlck, be ofxera at tks moat literal terms.
Watckes and Jewelry repaired promptly and warrant
ed. Also pieces of tke Atlantic Cable and Chain.
ocA-dly r. r. t tbah-.
A. VACCARO & CO.,
Foreign ana Domestic Liquors,
WINES, CIGARS, FRUITS, &C,
No. 7 Front Sow.
dacM-lf MS M PHIS, TBKK.
A Card to Ladies.
MBS AKNIE T HAMMA-a-uui begs to tcrcrm
theladieeof Memphis t st sbe will give lsstruc-
tlens In the following Fancy Works, vis : Silk and Cot
ton Embroideries, Crotchet and Kelt ted Work, Worsted
Embreldary, woostca nataea worx:, nocstra aaaian
Work and. Tapealry, Wax Flowera and Fruit Boa In
Fruit. O redan and Oriental Painting, Hair Work of all
Embroideries, and all Unas ol Hair Jewelry, with nraU
neas and dispatch.
Mrs. n. can be found at any time at ker residence,
north end of Promenade atree aai-iawam
OK tke alKbt at tke 10th laat., rrom the ataoiee ot
w...r, xaddox St Groves, a VALISE cor. Lairing
somsvaiuabt) papers, an. k as cotes and accounts, one
piece of gotd piata, ka'f aa ounce f gold foil, a Colt's
rt n-.ir .nd ten or fifteen dollars In silver. Tne valise
betocgt to Dr. A. Wesson, the papers bclxg valuable to
him and no one dee. TseSnderwlU be liberally rewarded
by leaving It at the above stabns, or wbere be can get It.
" - Tt TT VfllaQfiV
H Jl Aa -Mtmiu
H accordancs with an Ordinance cf tke City, notice Is
1,,-hr rlr n. tkat Iks grade ot Cauey street kat
been Sxod, and a proole ef said street d.-poslted U the
Mayors Ofuoe, enowtns to auo.a. t .uuuu
lug reqnlrrd to perfect tke grade thertol. An persons
i!..,..i in th oroKertv on ssll street are notified to
f-rmrd ud exABtla the erotlle, and to present any
objections tkey may nevo ie w. ai.w, -iwn,
days, ta tbe fioara or Awiiywu.
ocal-im i .j. .
SALE OF VALUABLE
.ar wnnKTBHAT. tne oto oav ox w maxr, inoov
I 1 .i i a rioex. a M . wis be sold ta front ot tke
Commercial Hoiel la Memphis. Tennessee, at public sec
tion about too secuocsoi a1- .,
Ing eany aetetwi --- WVJ
Township I, BMia,iwi," w
Townahlp 14, north, ranges 6,7, 8, , 11, 13. East.
TowBtklp IS. north, rasfes , 7, B, 9, 10, 11, East,
Towntklp IS, north, ran tea 7. t. East.
Terms or Saws One-tktr Cask, tke balance lnbne
and two years ; aofs to bo given wttk approved secnrl
tr bearing lot-eat from date ef sale, and a Hen win be
retained en tke laid for tbe deferred payments. Bald
lands are ta te told by agreement of tke parties ta Inter
est for diviUan. The particular sections and. arts ot
i r.n be seen end fl particulars gives at tke cl-
flcee! Wlckerahal & Beecker, JeffeTScnu st.vXempkls.
snrtawtdf - TlioajjTO:
v.zr: ! "
HOPKINS, 8EOVER &, CO.,
WHOLESALE Q R O C E S
Commission & Forwarding Merchants
No. Iu rront Row,
LIBERAL Caak Advances on Oet'oa aad olkerJVTVTA
produce In store or for iMpatex. S AAj
BnM w.rn. .mt Ptuitattan BurTtlle. fsrlceaw
alsked at tke lowest market Tatea.
AU consignments sold for cola or Its equivalent.
a. a PAkzza, ses..... ....... ..a- A. rAaxia, ra.
U. A. VAUI-B-IV -fc SOX,
(Successors to Parker, Fleer Darts.
FOBWABDING ilEH CHANTS,
No. C Howard's Row,
. L WOOIAET, - -New
- r. B ETftEBICOE,
Lata ef Weekly oa., Tean,
WOOLSEF & ETIIERIDGE,
No. 97 Camp Street,
"iRDERS for Baigluy. Bope. FlaaUllori SatpUes.c .
KJ promptly sried, at lowest wboltsale prices. Rstiraa
promptly made la Gold, Silver er Exckaage.
C. M nOBT05...II. c. II0BTO.J S. WOODDKLU
C. M. HORTON & CO.,
COTTON FACTOTS, GROCERS,
No. 33 Front Row,
TXTILL give th.lr attention to tko SelHnr,
y storing au Shioplag of COTTON or otke
produce. Oommlaolon fur fiolllnc Stortne; as.
wetgnipg cotton sbventt-five CENIS per
Bale Keep eraUat!yoahaad Sailing. Booe aud Plar-
latlen Supplies generally, emH-dta
. ....WM. XtUCAS H1LX.
ao. 9 Front Row,
Bagging, Hope & Plantation Supplies on Hand.
WILL giro tkelr beat attention te aeBlRg Gotten and
Produce. tVmraletleat for a Ills Ootlea from aad
fterlstStptemberSX p-reent. For Receiving and Fst
wardlBg cotton 60 cents per bale. al!-4awtr
COMMISSION A S D FORIFARDIAG
No. 6 Front Row, over Meaeham &. Galbralth's,
JOrrS W. LEDBETTEJl ...... LEBETTEB.
JQHii W. LEDBETTER & CO.
Volt on Factors
Commission llercli anis,
,io. -a, t roni uoiv,
-VXoxx-i-Ti 1 Tonnossoo.
ry Bazzlag and Bope and Plan tat to'. STmrlea fnrn.
B. GBOVEI S. OBOVES.... . .J. y. StaiS
JT. JK. Groves V Co..
Com mission Merchants.
44 Union stroot,
junl-daw6m NEW ORLEANS.
Gr r dL o jo. s ,
FORT PICKERING, NEAR MEMPHIS, TENN ,
Ono Mile South from Court Square.
fr We ka re a large tat of 5i
-u -Jtra. -JL'-ra a-i nira ton
of onr own grewtk. JPE-l
PEACH TREES Slrear and vliereas. cf tke latest
varl t e.
APPLE TRIE Of tbe best ktcda far tke South. '
PEAR TRtES A large lot of Dwarf and Standard
Also nterry, Piem, Aprtoot, Nectarines, Jte.
A tpleedld a- sortmeat of luu aad kaadume EVZR-
G SEEKS, ROSES and GD.BSX-UOCSS PLANTS.
Anything in tbe Nursery line always en hsad
Planti gnaranllad lo order, and dsKvenel ta anv cart
of tke city free ot charge.
orders frjm tbe coeatry solleited.
Persons In Ik cltr er mentrr wbblBC GARDENS
MADE TO OBDER wHi be aeeemeeedated ea reaseaakie
terms. Wo employ aoae bat tke bee' werkmea.
Orders tkrcagatke Pott Offl-e to aee,er S Maasaetd
& Co., wBl receive prompt attention
m-dawlm Floral Garden. MempM. Trnn.
WOULD rapectfntly Infirm kts frieooa aad patrons
ot M e-i.hU. aad the paMIc at large, tbat ke kaa
movra rrom ats om stand, IB7, to tke kease lsttly ooca
pltd by the Banket Memphis,
No. 260 Main Street,
Betw en Court and Mallaoa atreela. oae asTseatb of
Benson's Mnale 8 tor- wkt. k ke kaa Sited an at treat ex.
penee, to con tin so kla former ba.Ineee of
In alt Its Branches,
navlag entered udmi tks Sftk year ot Ma soiaarn In
this city, he woaMieeoeet fair return bta alaeereikaaka
to hit many tri.Ddt for the very lrte al eaeeari meat
recelrod. traatlag tbat a coattoaaace ef f aHkrnl atten
tion to business, aad pn tlt fartk every effort to please,
he may reerlve a Jnat ebare aad lkallasrsaieef pat
ronage. Hs.ieg a large stet ef tke Snest bapertatltas
on kaed.be flatters hlsae f that ke wffl Vs abteteraest
the wanta of tbe meat f aatldiea.
Ikoaeln waLtot the t-.t artle.ee at Xtd Glevea aad
otter articles of Ocaf. FarntekKE Goods, w jo:d do well
loalveklm a call.
Having snffered many B-'arr lasses from tae credit
system, ho weald lofo m his lilaaia tkat hereafter be
will adopt the Cteh PrlactpM ef deleg kaslaess Be
gwds delivered asm paid for.
Persons leavtag orders w ke are slrsacers. It will be
expected that a drpoott ke made or oae-lblrd of tbe
amount of tbo order, or a satief actery refereac Bast
aesa konrs S A M. to 8 r . SI e37-lf
i U 13 1 1 It U. lilllUii,
NO. 251 MAIN STREET,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers
We are in receipt of the largest stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
WE HAVE EVER HAD IN STORE,
, EMBRACING g.
f lei Every Variety In onr Llne.f fy.
MERCHANTS AND TRADERS,
ARE respectfully lavttrd to examine onr sUck for tbe
WHOLSIALB ND JOBBING TRADE, before
TO BUTER3 we offer every varteiy and all styles.
made to oM-r for tals market.
We have ra tied our state for tke especial benefit and
fconvenlescoof tke Ladies, ard shall always keep the
De.'l rnuaceiruia eastern work.
Onr stock .f NEQBO BBOGANS Is very large, and as
good as can be manufactured. aep33 3m
Fall and Winter Goods !
B. WALKER & 55 K O S.,
79 Front Row, cor. ot Aaams Street.
. WALKER & CO.,
217 Main Street, opposite OM Fellows' Hall,
C JL O T M 1 j G ,
112 North Third Street,
ALSO, IMPORTERS AND JOBBBSS IH
Hoots ana Mioes,
Ladies' Drees Goods, and
House Furnishing Goods.
PUaters, Caen try Merchants, a.i River Traers are
Invited to can tnl examine oar stock beaue porckaalng
elsewhere. B. WALKER at BROS.,
TS Freat Row,
J. WALKER -CO..
septl an Mala street.
CARPETS I CHEAP CARPETS I
TAPESTRY VELTET CARPETS,
TAPESTRY BRUSSELS CARPETS,
IMPERIAL THREE-PLY CARPETS,
TAPESTRY INGRAIN CARPETS,
SUPERIOR ALL WOOL CARPETS,
TWO-PLY ALL WOOL CARPETS,
COTTON AND WOOL CARPETS,
STAIR AND HALL CARPETS!
Just received, and for sale at grrattr i daced prices, st
CCZT -CAixjisr co '3.
Brownlow & trync's
Held at Philadelphia,
For sale by
C leave & Taden.
HarnesBl Harness! Harness!
WE heg leave to can the attenttoa or tke pnblle to onr
large and Tarried assntraratet DRaT.CARTand
WAGOK HARNESS, ef our own manalactnre. which wo
are prepared rto, tntnlia at very !- jaies. All work
warraaMo. van aniaamlwosr stock.
J EDHONDSON ARMSTOKG,' "
:"!V" SIT Mala street,
SV-ulQ Sir- tke GoMen SUrcrj.
. wyk'c Acxrs . . T r.siacxAx.L..g . v. saoox3
J. W. M'CRACKEN & CO.,
COMMISSION MEE CHANTS,
No. 0 Front Bow, Corner of Conrt St et. i
Waitzd IO.O0Q bo.1 he! a Dried Paacbea and Amaos.
for whlck tba klghcat market price la cask win be paid.
J). H. T0NSEKJ),
PRO-FT attectlon given to Btortag and Soiling Oct ion,
Sid stand No. M Front Bow, Meopkls.
WABBLAW BOWAfirJ... WH. T. K07AAD.
W. HOWARD & CO..C
Cotton Factors, Commission Had
r TVrtTrra vv,tr TrrtTrr f rxmlirp
ill, -a xivr a. vas iiv 5 , ,o
D-ALZRS ta Bsgxtag; rpe.'tje.'Svar, CoCW, Vo
Usses. Rice, Flesx, Lard. Xsixa, JtaUereL am.
London Porter. Ale. Wine. TTiUxt, Tier tar, lioo,
Laad-Plaster, aad Orecerin coeraay. A good stocg
bow on tar, and f or aalo at reasonable pnaea,
CfrCaah adrssces madea Oottocs la stare fsrtAlo tr
tlpmet. Oar Opera Foltcy ot XastirstKO co era til Cot.
ct consigned to as er water 1 also tke risk of Fire
Oar eonuolsslona for atorlns aad selMnrOotm will
hereafter be SW per oa it. Tu recelvlac and. rerwarals g"
00 cm per bale sST daar
R, C WTNTEB SMITH, .
COTTON FACTOR, GROGER
Oa BDk Aresns, bttwiva HxHaaa ct tfvuMilHfotl
sMisuvi a-vusjictij CX. JUVlfc.
TT I AM sow 'ta receipt ef a iarg- stock,
r uooas, ana an latsatty recetvlnr
-2:kn, cocaistlng la part of Machine
atd Hand -one, rrntoekv Bnisr.
Bacoe. Lard, Brandies. Whisky, aad Wlnea. tontker
.iuciuj i,imj,i uincitn, m, wnjot I am COOS at.
ty awing. 1 nave an tw ceat brara of srmwa
. -, .u- 1 uMTjm. . um rsa, t.at ob sarT . c Par
ucaiar aitrntvn given to storing ih seltlng Oottoa fa
this market or for shipment Inaaranc gavernedby
v.r 9 iaiereBKi uroera rroamtlv attekdeu tn
ceosigHmenta eouatert rrem my rnenru.
'-tr it. o. wnrrERsMiTS.
o. O OOLt LETT. ....... .....W. II. OOOCLXTT.
CEXERAL C03IMISSI0S MERCHANTS,
Bagng, Hope, and HanUtioa Eopplies,
NO. 35 FRONT ROW,
. u. stiTCHL ... J.a.narLr
SAMPLE, BHTCHKLL & TO..
COSCniSSIO ., DECEIVING
JLA1JI30N 3T., TIIIRO DOnR EAST OF UNION BAKX.
ASUPPLT ef best Baxglag aad Rope aiwaya ta store.
Orserstor tappiles SHed attke-wesi cask prices.
T. B. STOKMEWT,
. SAMTEL A. W1UOS
Lata ef Asbe. WUsoa (a Oe.
NORJttENT & WILSON.
No- 3 aittdtson Street
"TJ 1G3IKG, Bope. aa Plaalatlea SorpUes fa related
j re mw 1. - y ices SBt tawsm
""r10 tt'LL, chas n. C0BI05. jiu.
oaeiny county. Late of BoHvar, Tena.
MIJLiJL V DORXOjs
Olllce, N'o. IS Front Row.
Oa 2i Floor of Moaby . Hunt's New Biblleg,
WILL fln all orders carefully sad rve aresapt attea
tke ta say baalnesa entreated to teeta.
TENNESSEE, ARKANSAS, MISSISSIPPI
N'o. 23 Front Row, Slemphis.
WE will take noteiac katGOLB AND SILVER or rta
eqalvaleat far aaythtnr wkatever sold by tkla
H. A. JONES & CO.,
OlSce, No 17 Mosby t Hant's Block,
Monap i-iia, Tonn.
13- Cortaaasec.U of every kind dieted A GOING
and HOPS, end all otbr sapatlee, raralsked at low eat
F. LAXE & 0.,
COMMISSION .1ICRCE ANTS,
No. 2 South Side Union Street,
VVVv BAGGING. Rsp: aad ITBtatlartT
Lteppriea laralshed at tke 1 ,weat mar-ULfctfl
. rates and liberal caak advaen3r tat 1
made on Cotton In atore.
Oarcfcargee f it itersze aad settlac Cot'ea the same
aa arreU f.ire, 'OS. per bale. aa i-daasea
L. STEWART. M. C. ISO.
STEWART & KING,
GENERAL I5ECE1VIXG, F0RWAKD1X6
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, AC,
No. 49 Front Row.
OFFICE WITH 3. W. McCRACKEH & 00.,
u IVXcrL-ii, ?oxx.
a. f 9t(in.sAif......................w. a. crtBtsp.
illORGAiV & CHI-ISP,
No. 47 Wont Row, Up Staibs,
try- All OMan consigned te as win be covered bv la-
suranc. nnlevs tkerw lae Inatrncted JyTT-dawgm
J. L. WEBS.
. j j linas.
WEBB & EAAYLMaS
Oh? door from corner of Mala acd Union sis.,
tUp Stairs ) MEMPHIS, TE.15.
PARTICULAR attention pari to Receiving aad For
warding Goods, seiliax Grain, Bacnn, and aH kinds of
Produce and Manufactured Gooda. We alao keep a god
stock of BAGGING, ROPE, TWINS, BACON, XESS
PORK, c , which we will tarnish onr caste mars at the
a irket value. An orders promptly attended te.
a. a. towxsxsd ........c. n wntT-OBE.
TOWNSEND & WHITMORE,
N'o. 4 Dank Avenue,
THRSPl DOOSS BELOW TBE BULLETIN OFFICE.
rrrrx WILL give IMr best atteatssa ta Ike
cAtfaa ef Cotton and other prod ace. Com-
Bliiloa for Storing, Selling and Weigh-,
lug o centa per Dale.
Ail Cettrn tn store Insured nniesiotherwlpe Instructed.
Cone tantlyu than. I a good sapplyof Basnlng aad Rope
aSdTalne. TUW-SK-D ea. WHITMWBB.
Late of Samervltle, Tean.
Forvrar-lDg acd General Commission
JSTo. 27D -VCrvLrx JSttzroot.
1 WE are prepared to give onr undl.
C'W-t attention to the torlsf. SeBlni
Fa4anl Skipping of Cotton, Tobacco, and,
other prod ace consigned to onr care.
Also to tbe Receiving aad Farwardlag at Goods. AB
Consignments by B.iU will be covered br oar open nolt-
cles of Inaaraaoe, aod while la atore bv onr Fire poller
of Iasursnce, aalass otberwlae Instmcted. AUlastiaCi-
tisas promptly obeyed, aad all orders forBaggls g. Rope,
and other Plantation Supplies filled at the lowest mar
We ahaB always be prepared to settle all Cotton aad
other balances, t accordance wita the lastrBctlsnt of
ear patrons. ault-twawS
J.T. STBATTO.T....E M'DATITT....S H DC3SC6-B.
STRATTON, McDATITr & CO.,
Grocers and Coamlssion Merchants,
And Agents Lir Grtrw old's Cerebrated Improved Cotton
NO 70 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, TENN.,
TXTILL give their beat attention to the sale ot Cotton
VV and otberprodace ComiHaslecj far storing, sea
ms sou waisaiog, o centa peg aa :e.
All notion is store msnrearm! s otherwise taornctrd.
Would levlte attention to aoir large stock or Bag
ging, Rape and Plantation Sittttes. JySI-dm
J. L. VIB IEB...... ............... JAKES D. BOBV ,
aespats Late of Datbamvllie, Term,
VEESER & BORTJM,
Up Stairs Mosby A Hunt's New Block,
No. IT 1-2 Front Row,
WH will, paypartlcnlar attention to tiU-if
ordera tor Groceries, Bagging, Rope, fce.j
a. ion iw.va, Biaiaea yncca, j
JFawti 0 , , .,
MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
OK sad after VOKTJAtT"n.t nber lit 1BS7, tk?
Trains oa tkla read watt nn r.s.h
excepted:) " '
Tke Mall aad Passenger Train wBl leave Pa sta dally at
TOO Aj H-, aad arrive at Mem pkta at 10-.r0 a. at.
ctBraiag.iaaveaMempkla , al 1 r si., a I arrr.sat
Panola at 6 r. at.
Parse 1 travellacea tke Mail tnlacaa too I tk.
hoars and a half la Memphis, aal return tke aaaae ay
Tasavager Train makes dose ten tors at Meeat.
with tka Metapkla aad Charleston RaBroad sjotag Bast,
sad tke V empbla and Ohio Ran re ad getag N.tth.
Tko Freizkt aad Ar ormoc t a Train laa m M boi.
'ally al t a. S. and arrtvea atPaaataatlotMA. .
BetamSuc, loaves Panola at 11:19 a. II., aad arrrvM
at XsmpktaatS p. M.
Tke Frelit and Accem mo ttVoa raas ta oaaaiell.n
with Stages to and from tke fefiewmg alaaea: Oaklaad,
Fnstoa aad. Grenada, there, ma ag eeaneean wttk
Stages throatk Carreiltsa aad LexrMwa; tkeare te tbe
iwrth era tormlnna af the Xlviittypt Central Barad far
a.aa tea, jaciaoa asa acv ur tease.
Tkrtmrk Tickets for Grenada can be aktalaed at Hk
Tkls la mock Ika alert t rmto. aad naaseaa.ra Irav-
log Meocphrs by tks aWrnUt c train srrtve at Sreaada rke
vuoee mine;, srtay daylight tke whose way.
m. w. aaeui
t-lt R i.ral Sa-ra- .
Great Eastern Route,
marvss ASD ST. LOUIS PACKETS
St. Irfjj, Alton ana Chicago
Te Shortest and aoet direct Roots
To all the Eastern CltiK and Principal Porta
oy -a utada.
r I TUB only Koate vtirh
A- to tbe Bait, via Sasr-aelon Brldte tlTvu.
" . IreB1 sn rearkaag New
Torktaia ikonr.,3dRosuatB4SkoBra. Ta7n-a-'.V?4
?H'2 "'- S! Lool. .ad tltoNoev
and East. rWfl, y B hears rMe, arrive wkktn
tketaaaenceoy thorn, .1. .a.. n'. V'l.. "rv;
Tll?1,'" to the West, view Ntagsra Faits wtu-
l, " aQ- rmame tketr Jeara at
Tlmeaaaaui as aav atbe. t..
jacajsjied direct fra! a Vespkls te all U Ttilt
pa Bead hsa not seSered ta tke (east rraa tbe late
floods, aad passengers can Tory oa matter etna aad
-, , amiatanieifrM n. Tnu
..muij ju,b GNTTSD STATES EXFRIM.
GREAT NORTHERN & EASTERX MAIL.
any time tram
tOS. B wrr.r.rawa . n ,
Mo. a H nrfi.a..'' --"
JTa- y ,
A COPPER AND IRON
First PreEDfam awarded at tbe A la Ira a State
Fair, November 4tb, 1SS8.
THERE ar. tw. ekectl-u frraaeally aaed sa.-.t the
osmmen style ef Llzt tarar . iVT .CL
warkleese. aad sometimes -bm , -
i'iaJ '''.'J.'"7 bKWM akdlkas leose a part
- wv"-. hm serseas jM ectsoaa
are aow ealirely ot-lakd. bv nntii . wTTr':
!Sl'Mr'. f kd
j ----;--". ""fi-r m lunr maaaiacaaie.
"sitebsitx or Lccisiax a. N O., I
DrosmberST imt C
Tkts may ceHrry. tkat Ikave r.ei. .
Wlre-Repo Llihtnnc Ceodartora, raaawa-ared bv
Meaara. J A BaceaCo..faa tu- frVT" .T
T'.i?,'iLl'Iiw","7' re ajaUlse f a fj.
a oipaa,iaKwiib a:iXaeaa
sj-wrings, and ins nee of Ospperta tketr suiSi.
tart, mart give them a faau " " . .
J.tat4 reds, Coy per kartag about sevea t-ao. tke eea. I
-et area. J. L. RID4WLL.
ktrjSTHH MEDICAL COLXEOE, Kev. Hg.
c iTtaa careraarv exaauaeil & m - . -. ... .
"-a- Mi iaa vw aor. Dreaeai 1 a- Mr c v . .
cea, Of thts city, Ira ly oeaesr wrlk Prof. Bidoatl la tke
abjve recssmeadaUaa. JOHN MILLINGTOK
Oeasterreaseaeea aevea li m .. .
of Irw. ScirnflcrarTrea '
"Tkeyoamma-Sext-iatvep-fereaee ever tke B
Vretofareluaae.'' .V O. FKay-u
EJ-Ta... h,T. been rit-talTrtr latf.la.jd
IkrkBtbeet tke States of Georgia, Alabama, Mlnln M
aal LoaWaaa, darhK Ikepssttwo year., sad kaveiivea
FRHIXS O' WIRE-OPE LMHTKLVG BOB6.
Oae-flftk Oorper. 35 eeats per feet.
Half Copper aad half Iron, 17 H cents per feet.
AD Oapoer, 60 cent, per foot.
Peseta, (3 each.
The ahjve crleea Iselada ait ..
Tkey wtB aiaabe forwarded te ereVr wrlk pel-ted dlrw
lloea frpattgop at a dtaceaat at flrtees per coat
no aato aaove raies.
Orders may be left at L 8. BFRU Jc CO '3 Caertaee
or with R. BORDEN. Eae . A.eat Adas. k. rvTl
nJ.'.,wMa T? w" h,T' - arraafemeoea to for.
ward taea at lew ratea.)
Please eaa.aask-re, sad namfete stecliatae. cr ad
dress EBwiv r BAOrav
A gaat for tke New OrtsaM Lrfataaac Red Factory.
-M'F Memskla. TMsn
EfrERF rTOMAX II ER OWS I.AiTTI?.
A PRIVATE Soldo tn all Matters of Law, aftiaa
ttat lattrest to w.ra.n. aad s. la. iu .
every feaaM may, la whatever situation . aedmiaad ker
....i mtreas, aaa e Ber own Kgol adrtaer ;
eaaialalag the raws ef marrisgs and 4wu, m( rlskts
ot wstaen la property ra Ml the 8 .tea or t ir
aad a tkensaad ether tteese af asefal iaj-saattss. by
Webster aad Hsyae's Celebrated Seeeches la Ike tTal
ted Stales Senate, of Jaaaary, SM. AIm, Wetater'e
Speech oa tke Stavery Coserea-e la M68. C-raedt-
i.u ra , ptri
taveseort Dsaa. a Man &r mmr a- r ...
Lever. ' '
Tke MyeUrleaa Marrtsg', a tree story.
Tke Opera Dancer, ar t , -t - ,1,
by G W. M. Reynaide
Text Book ef Modem O.rnM . t 11
oa kajaMtag Umber, "Mb tales, laklea. oseaevalaas, 4e
- expr.mi.s tae tecaatca torses sa aaa
-Lrp-mea. ay t. w. SWaway.
A Maaaal ef the Bara Tard Bwa- attc la-aa-'a. -rtMy
Weeds Tsveva. or ha a-c u. v. . w a ,
Tke Saylegs aad Del ra al k. sanrv a-, wit. u.
optaVM oa malrlmeay, by Jadge Halfbaatm.
rora.asa- CL-ATBd - TADMf.
Br vtrtae of a deed of traat exacated U me aa
MthAprfl. ma kyM . Va ee. for tke beaodt ad
M.C a Dalian. Tto d.la At ratal T w r ..it w
uanaaea. aBa rerereed ta the Regl-er'a Mtca wt
osaaty, Trnueeae. la Bork No. as, paaea ITS, m
iss. 1 ,a.)I, oa SATDRDAT, the Slik day ef Noveat
we", prceeed lo sell for raak, ta froa- ef tk- Skevrtrs
oat oi. la tke cltr of Momenta, the ti, t
evlbed bstcg Let No 4 of Ike Bernard tract, freaatac
MH tvet on Boelap street, aad raaorag keckSMfetto
aa a lor. emkrariot tke daetUa , f ... -.
pedbysaM M. D. Vaaae. Tke riskt of rtdop ha ts
exprea sly waived la the deed. The tttle Ie the pceewrty
geoa 1 snail ewtey aa Treslee.
'-" H. LKlfin PRIDDT. Ttasle.
SHEET AND SHRED ISINGLASS.
A PRIME ARTICLE.
Very exteaetvely seed for
Btano Mango, Tablo & Wis o Jellie,
Aadter JBLLIFTING PBBS-RVBB.
rpHR SHRED, with directions far aalag, ts pat la
X small Fsekates for Famllv D-. aad ta w ta
tke prladpat Groom aad DrsgflaU thr.eebiart tk
United Staus. PET R COOPaR.
el fir. 17 Burlta-c Mr. New Tork
FOR SALE BY
Cleaves S J9aden.
AFTER Dik, br Wikte reaUas.
WL'dtn er, by tke aether ef tbo Heaee ef Illaaosa
Btwsea tka Beaegade ; Sequel to " BUI Jehaeea."
Fcenee of Or leal Life, by Gee BHtot.
Tbo Flow- of the Fkxk. ty 1 lerce Ragaa.
Dick M atckkaw, by J. F. Smith.
Alice Area, by j. F. Smith
TeDow Frigate, by Gapt. Jame, Grant.
Cearlskl ) aad Maittai-ny, by Paeest Menls.
Tke Ioltlala, y the ailher of Qua..
Raae Fe.fr. by G. W. M. Reynolds.
Diana do Poitiers, by Alex. Daises.
Oaaat af Marten, by Alex Dumas.
Mar tag., a Novel by Mbs S Ferrler.
I-dta, or he Pearl ef Pearl River, ky Mrs.
Mla-rac SrWa, by Mrs. Sonthwerth.
Wt flelrew, by Mrs South worth.
Cnrae er Cttften, by Mrs. Seathwertk.
Deaerted Wire, by Mrs. Sentkworth.
Wifs Victory, by Mra Soulhwertk.
Adre- tares of Hester Somerset, by
siiaterri ry r Gearg oroiey.
Hide aad S- tk. by WLkle CeWM
Deal Secret, by Willie CoBtaa
Love Match, ky Henry Oocku a
roraalr. by Geo. Band.
Phll'taltHlo, byCapt Jaa les r -it.
Cjrtrla. by Author of Inrtltl, .
Wemsa'a Life, by EmeUs Carle 1.
Tke At-Ma- Ka-tnr. Clteje aad Oeteadar ef Love.
Lola Moetes's Art ot Beauty new taapty.
rer sale by
BS CLEAVES - VAB-EN.
RED RITEU AND TEXAS
Daily llail JLlne!
AJIW sad elegsat Faar Horse
la CoaehM WHI l.av tlwk R nh f
ot Red River EVERT EVENING. J:
n tbe arrival ot the Mail Boetj-.
from New Orleana for Alaxandrls, t atoaiiucaia, -
With Four Horse Coaches at CbenyviDe, AlexaMrta asd
Shreveport, for all parts of Northern aad Eta tern Tex
as This great rente Is tke shortest' e-1 ra st retlshle
Far farther Informatasa, apply to
PERKINS A. 00 ,
ST St. Charles street. New Of leans.
Or to Poet rata terS en the rente.
nt-Iy J. B PRIOR. Preerloter.
Wholesale and Retail
Conftctlonerits, Toys aad Fireworks I
Betwean Jlaia and Second Stroots.
TTTOITLD rerp-cUully caH tne atteatlea of kts na
1 1 meraus meads and the pabris In ten-ral, to hja
laixv aaaot.Bi.aa oi
Candies, Cakes, Sealed and Presaryed FibMs
Pickles, RaisiBs, Osters, Nuts, Wraee,
Cordials, Fireworks, Dolls, Tojs,
Ac, Ac, Ac.
Ornaments, Pyramids asd Snppars!
PABTIES, WEDDIKG3 & BAI1I.S,
Male and nrtpared to order In the moat ilKaat at Ties
and al the shortest notice.
Mince Pies fresh every day.
Country Dealers are etrp-a1 Invited to caH sad cx
amine ay large slock kef ote purebaimg eisewkere.
Orders rrora the Country ponctaaSy sttaoeo' w
To Cotton Shippersa
Great Ba-tcm TRoute
ST. LOnS ASB 0UIO & MISSISSIPPI
HAV1NV aooa i poia'd SOLS JflaNW, waji
sared to leu wt tkr-oan to all tko BAaara 1 It
CTMBS. Oottoa end all --rkoWtoe eei tko aao Ba
Tk IMU U U- CHBAPBSt and MOM JSffH'
TiO S tor the rai apo'tatl of COTTON ANeT MaS-
CIIASSIS- 10 iixnu- immwm. mm a.
Orfto a aatip -i f.r
ural tka Xastkera and
turkftaty "tie .ioo, bao tke atvistanw kasna car
vtos ka entu. itat-aee k. kaat tsesa S. Lama, Uaerelr.
avuta the :,urrj aad defeats ceateqaeot -tke
t ate a vtg .ti- o cs
We are pivaaKd to r.ortv Caavaa aa
wrfMorrt BuT. inr'ae-Kle f fanrsr' IS
esahta-uy. Tkrec-k Maeg I- . .
Every kmraratioa at
-. Lean qq asata.
5COST -LXPJIDITIOTJS BOUTTJl,
EA8TTKKN A. ATLANTIC CITIES,
MEIPinS AND CHilRLESTON
. sassa aiiroati for, une aieos coaae a.
lavaaraetae fairway mte ffaM Xsbi la ta
WASHINGTON CITY, t
vk tar TTnrJw
AND IirrBBMEDfATE CtTiE-L
w HUos nartor tkaa aay afkaB-
anduaawi &.i.wi u ewi, aaSad 1
The odv an latin aod aa;ertof sty or da -ila
' " - agii I 11 1 j Ik.
ht awardmji. u rt tk
Great Sler Gait.
BaUrctar thro ..
ikek ibe aecoc p.' led by niiuL.
tke-tr RaM-ay l-ea tram tka
aad U aH Ika 11HI I :
-&' b' andCkas-ateai tiln t
tearta. ai 1 I ml I r . a
SAT AAA AH, U -
COLUMBIA, " '
ATLANTA, LTNCKSVK a,
aod te viBfi-wiA maa.
Tscau ir-n. kaw m .
' -. --a-, aaa HcatiJ
Saesaet cc-W Hem., aad aockai
ThVbttsj-s MAILiRAlM lenaa
THE ACCOM MODATUklf Taaiar 01
It BAILV (exeept Svmday.) at StWa .. Imr 8
ervtBe aad trMl Jaacua. .-aMan.. -, lii iiT
GSBAT SOtTTBsTBX MAIL lhlli . ,v- J-'TTJ?
Oawtnl Banmd ta Holly aptts-t, n.mil fi ii
Caatoe. Jackeea aad Iw Urlee-a! s-TTt
Beaad JaactlM wrth train- W Bottvar, Jars iL
ft-tnra aj; win leave Ib iiili. i - .."".
I as r H ; ariya;.t Meacisat:STr. m.
naa wraa a at ry LIB e el
tki poagk Abotveen. Coiambat. ac .
itane of tbe Mobr aad Otto Railroad.
Troiis Hawass ssadnasil sias.1 --a.il-
topidBg at any ao it duelled. 1 a. --- -
OtrasaercM aad Wvrbai ITiimii. aad at tke kiaiatL
Back pstsaenes wtu b wed owe kaadfed 1
i.isaaaa; aaart a will Oe line 1
aot taerdeat ta lk pm raoa of tke saaiiiaaii lj
...-.--,- , ) iMsmii
i-oenl aot ea anil las lie.
Nserreea, when traveling alone, maat have a i
BMagtbesMas to-hscb teyantoB,a-a-MS
that tbey an to travel by ralirt ad. or tkasr wSmi hi
carried. Ko ticket wtn be sold them, as wm e he
rseatved ea Ihe care ante twtr owner ar aman kaVaraC-
rt er k aw a to tke TV art Aarat, naaaUilu mr ,
- tm rack for aaihiani 1 pmtt. '
a ro 1 tune l Mmtnatea malsrt m MaMe
July lOlfe, 1S.5S,
THROUGH KATES FXeX
y Side. Wk-d and tlri-ahlsa u
CXARLSKTl3t 4 SATAXlAll
The foltsswlsasr Xm-sta
VX aae aad Wharf at. aa t.aar:aaaoa aad
Bo rood caai rcen fr.m Mew Tork :
See rt Claaa, , t&
Third Olau-, ........ 1 n
Saiea. Baaa, ........ a atj
Special Rats. J
CiMtilcattM n lb bvf
Fl-W CLA-B Dry O-jde la koaea
yecsee, ao.Ss, and Stationery, Boat, a... . - -Oils,
-e . IB koti lee , Camat-eae aad t TTT-iTlir;
H teVMia; rarpetn-g, I ain Glas aad b 1 lit Oa 1 .
taaaaeei Cleesa, Ceefeeiaoarrtes, Cottea CaMtaTcSaeT
Mimoy.wo-1, aad be..-.; Dvmga. Pnrtu. wtt Fnae
and S ral ij, Psr., earC aoeda. liwk-r TT11 1 1 n
aad Look lag Gla . rale, (at cva.r'i nak.) QjsSiai
a-faatoa.""' Sta"-F' - arrlta-Bta wAroTaWa.
t-COMP CLASa-rjawwarv, (OK-pt aaahaos
laPLrat and Tkrrd Ctas ea, OeMao -Bta, a
. fc 1 .1 1 s w .
la rolls apei h", : m.
C oekesy aad tta.aaaware. In cvaiea I
w ainasj. r-,er, saota laiaa aad Ceaaar.
THIBD CLASS Axea. -.. aL.
Xrac aad Tie. ta piss. Tin Fiaiaa, An. IK. Vraaa, catoeg
w - , Maara in aner tjartoa aro gr.
1 'uie,. an u Hairr. rrtae. mra
A ilea. Biraeed Tr-wi .ui . r
Haam ia earrela.
SPatClAL MATHS Pnral-w "a !.
aad otkw Ilaat avtaraee a-t -1 a-.t-1 ; -kaOatkayaaf
wrifht, at dooMe Flr-t C aas 1 atea.
EJ-AB elaeaa Memphis aad Ckarteotea Mi h.
twera Taacambia aad Memp-ia. started same aa ta
a ipau . aui ausaoa esss of Tim sb I. aa aa sa
LT" StoaeMB ela. Savaaaak.
AaaawtOaaUral -aaawwi, gmvaaaok. .
s . i,.,,.,. Tie k iw iiea , tae.ua ao eesm tj
Asms Haalh CarellBa Ratrroaat, CTaisastssi, . .
asaaaiaswar sola: MM MB T TI
-Start Cbaileetoa I aa, ltd 1
J. A. S. at
A seat araa aak taa. 1 1
Wko wrn -htiif-lj itadii Mn-tuU etwry 1
. 1 to. , mm h eaoarj a BBBoa; I
a-RaadswWMbo-epeaeMe for .
rtaa as aa. Over-c arnm tne v - - - w
ra a aa 'mi trait win Hate na aB mlaam
either L'aa, aad tf sat f 1 aad ta Ihlrtv dais 1
aay far them.
t-Tllladeetrable In ail caareof iltliyid u I '1. tkat
not 3 bagl m loth Sipr itadrnt eg tke drtrrvr aj.
read. or toe iders' iurd, baevriet tkat tke tiait aa Oa-
asaai aaav oe invetixar.i: aad raaadHd
OHABLBS w AWDBBSnar. Sean Aap-t,
to4 " F. U. A-treae, Xaa-e-ifT-M-u
Avabaa ie copy.
NEW YORK & CHARLESTON
STEAM SHIP ONE.
CaUa $13 oe
be hasty w rime -a at tko-a
'iTHir TTtkr nrnnMBi-fi
Jt w-.n o l-Ttmhtns tkniii
A. ISM tamm- V -
-J-i,"LL. tseote-t....... X. MWV
SiS. AaWsTR, ism Ada!
am um w. J. Itater, d.
Wkarf. r-ry WmDKXSBAT and SAT-
- mtma n oaor.
T Me tkta-l ram all bwn i
d fer seSety, speed aa I sssattrt, are am rtvanod ea the
fS: ' ai.m d wri- eeery saxasy. ttawattve aad
arte.,Coeom--dara, will tosarr traeelera by tkts Hae
eey aoaa e. aaoaSart. kail .., -
lOdattaaa. Htrimgki or aati .je. apply to
TaJtBT HlfaSHOOK OS-
-aar Beat Bay aad AdtoVs SaaSh Wkuf.
Law iUriTavis r Ndts M
TXTF are now la reeeim ar mr Fall and wa
VV of BOOTS, SHO-3 tSU BBOGANS, to wktth at
weaM tar lie arMtka Wo are tehee aaaaaal patt
. u 1 t , r .it. nr. rm m, i. .,....
and tma aswarat that w; can give aaUifact-ak. Mk sa
priee aaa sj :ality.
Fnas ftealeve. Jatver Traders, aad Mortkaaaf, seaer
aay. we wssat ve'iaeat an e U91aaia baa a liaaiaa.
tag. Vera 1 Oata, or tny taw alaaeat.
a)I0-J WALLACE 4 TAX PRT.
Tninks, Valises & Car&atBa;s,
WHOL8SALE AND It -TAIL,
324 SlAlJf STREET.
Ctir and OeiaaUy Marc aal a and tba
fbmt feast air, are -reited loaatra
tae ay a tack, wk, la sjaa-ty aada
cawaoMe. ts eeaal te toy aaaasaetm
NertkerWeet. , .,..
Wetkdoae to ardor fadygaaraaslod. ABtlaSttdB -pairing
doBO wita aaaaaoaa aad a-tttak. Ma
orders aromptly atltadtaf to. .
DAMASKS, BUT iS, i,e.
CG.S-SBXBBS ot XICXA-r 1 - UNSk.
Ibeee daslroas of ublsan ir EXTJT.va CR);
thaaM see tkat tae artl"- - 1 avj pircii aje are act
ukuafaaaas uet tt a,
BICHABDSO? iONS A OWDBN,
As a guars ty of the ta ail lata aad das.baiiiy f ttr
This caatl sa is rendered essential br amttny aa iarrs
osAntr-saef rflferter and defactlve Lira s aae prooar j,
seasen after season, and sealed wttk tke Basse ef RIC H
LJLRDSON, by Irish Boaoea, wko, regardleas at tke in -Inry
tkaa iatdHled alike oa tke A efteaa ttmaaur an.1
tkemaaajeaieraer the aaaalae floods, vt ra aot rr adl-lrata&d-i
. TlttlBin to pi a lea tie, wine fatekaser. can
balsaesW trtth 9mrt a "avM sfcaiactn .
J aSBUSC-M t. 3. LOCKS
teed '!, AacnU,Okaj aims, New TjiJ
mm saaa-s) ar
7 . ' . Off J
Kall-BB- . . ... 'a .