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MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 28, 1858.
VOLUME DC. NUMBER, 'gw,
B"ES'CLANAHAN, THO0SDALE &D1LL..
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EDTVARD PICKETT, Jr.,
ATPORNRT AT LAW. KrarbM, Tenn. Or-
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. DR. D. HEi-NBOIS.
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PROFS. BROCK & SPIEGLE,
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Xa,-V tt-trt, vM prutK UM vh Oesrlief
MnafMi. the BmMt Otnvll aa lb Bmm a
FeaanlOeWte at J.ckwu. mart atraHos lTa U
lae ciMtetH- ! aUku te Vast aaa ru
OF LOXDOJf, EUROPE,
70CIJ9 ntawtrallT tafarau-k ctt t of MmiU
aa tb aanaaadmc oaaatrr, fci a - b
Mai aa 1XTIBM1RT. t K. M Iff RHBNu A WB
BOlLIHXa. Vita ftreH. b aa cat ftaiaWnil c
ftatstUayiartaeBfaf c17 af artn iteav.
ease ; aloa, al acat af tea
Tung8, Idvor Bye aad Bar.
Tae Doetar,btTlB(asaatket I aratn af tea
entoitaB M tam atar far tw tat MWa -, aa
kad an cxtestlte tvaeHn te li l.a aa4 ra aa otar
cMln Bcnte,saetMlBi to p tai at th
BMtt m aarktatecw ilea art ' 'tee- T
BMt tatraataeteaae isTttaraU ca i i-f t-jahtm Ir-mU
ad a4 care seae tea a aadrrce ti l-ieT I prtn
cteie at Kiat'i OeDete Boo-tal ls Alao, aH
cun at IatcTBal waaM wad cp -o ac(UK: pfto-
TO THE IiADLBS.
I am easTtaeal I rata bust ai' aowrraUea. at
a'tM-totsa af tea KaaUts t"ral T a
huh i.LaBr te (Mr tax. Te taaai I rfrral eb re,
tartar i& a lartep-sctex 1" a t atawot af Pnr
lu Bt 1 aa. 9t tre Treaai aliim Tistearattm.
a&s all oaHaM a( tbe Wemta tach, 1 aa1d laam. It
la a xaatt af great iatrartaaoa ta-sut asalleatiaB lm
BMdlateaT. aefeK Ibr otaeaK becn't rhrootcar tatraet--
ParaaaaiaarbetnaaaiatadUtaneeBT gtrtte a -Kilet
attkttrcaMte rtttagaad aad-abas a t or
as. Caa ta ra wllctet taaay rtttt.
Offlca aetatiB A. M.1 si. --'r
Dr. n. R. Rebarfi's Office,
r; Sotth ii Slwrt Ji rra'tot'a Bo .Maw, an
VaUkatnet, saataut. 0ca lar Ima 8 ta t a.
M.. aa47tr. X. f-CT-lfj
' GEORGE DIXOX,
ATTMKKT jaT UT, baa rtwa 1 kt aawatol
aa 'a a btock as Catoa atrrrt, two feera tait at
earaer af Mais and rates at -
riu. j. n. iiilt..
rVftVZ aaiaar Stain aad A- act MrteU, WimaUa,
HUGH D. GREER,
ATMKMST AT LAW, MffwpfcU. .b-c, ifl arac
ia ta aa tba Carta rt U'OflUt, tba StaEth Olr
raat aa tea gapw t' ta Federal Ortrta at Jattaoo,
aa atea aattrtatae aaWcttac at clilzu la
Wert Tea-iwar aad Kartk It laaVMtapt.
orWOE Sana at at Uuoa atnet, two dear, eaat
af Itaaa. ot!5 3ai
A TTuRSf KT AT LAW. 3W Miiz atreet, Sid eer erar
A. MinieHd'a DraQtore. . r7-lT
IK- T. A. MEANS.
FrTOS a r Wrar Saafc. corner Mam aad Vadtiea
-tiieta entraara aa a i-w. aao-17
HABXTJ 1CTT ........I. T. DIXOX.
SCOTT & DIXON
4 TIOS.KETS AT LAW AKB SOLICITOR f IX CHAN
- OSRT, KnaaaH. Tin., will svaatce tkalrrratt.--a
ta aaahaOaaita acai IB taaaltr of JtrmphW. aad tfca
aanaajaadPederal CaaitaU iaattea. Prompt .lUn
lea waaaBa V aflcUoaa f r easccttoa eBtraatadU
kam. Jteetim KewBis. Baaldtec aaraer at XalaaBd
J.trxi sraiirjr ; Vaak. Batraa-reaXadUaa
HWUtZtr I B. OallLAJfB WB M BJIKDOUH.
GAItL,ASD & RAXBOLPH,
TBSAHBTS AT LAW. Utile Bock, aikaauf. Tbe
i. iKitMkw InHatii af Pl, r 0bmi1b,
nn mil iiniimarail f T - taeatbaBaatobe
J. KMX WALXEB.. ....... ...... ..W. I H'COVKieO.
WALaUK . Jt'OOKKKIO. La-J -f, MeelfMa, Tta
Baaaee. eBKe, Xa. ST 8sh te Oattrt Syiare.
DR. T. rTFEYTOS.
WiwSaatka oeraaral Jefcrwa aad Snaed ttiaata,
WIL.LIAM H.EIWEDY, Jr.,
AnORXET AT LAW OaVe ortr Girew Baa. BatM
. tec, Madteaa wet, MwirajU, Ta. a!3-lT
ornoi hours "
for attending Diseases of tho
Elf B AND LMGSJ
4 RB tram 9 ta It A fif aad 3 ta t r.
XV TkaaataaeeaCBU Uese wilt be
te aarai vraoBca. .
X. E, Ptf-ws- wtaaaac r. ure u-aa-.
wt asajpaijaaaMlttbl- arraaae ahu trQ-lt
Kit- THUS. TATE,
-vfTRRS M.aercteat to tba ttlixn af ifnaaktt aad
earner af Beoend aad WaebiBf
I. CB. ixaiAX,
o txrevit e tox-
TTTILLeefaaad at btaetaa , la OtlirJ BABBLE
VV BLOCK, art tba awaad at Xai tabor
ertrre. &--, eaa V left wtoi itaf. B ateawji.
W, II' Welter
21 em pis, Tcnn.
S BOP ob Jeaateeo street, bet-eta Tblrl aad Feartb.
AB fctoda t -btu and rtpiriB at batMtasi
promoMr alwedvd ta.
THE HBderetfBtd, Treat. at tbe MIMtatteol Faaule
OeBage, at Haraaada. are deelrea at pracarias a
nt-rateTeuher tor the aba lett:DUea. Ta a saa
at faahrtbUaeraaBBeeoealoc, aa tbeaUaaUon caa
be aetata td an no faeeraWt tenaa.
W. A. BOOS,
Bl7la T W. WHITE
Genrgc W. Benson.
TBA0BKR at tbe FIAXO aad
TAB, aed all -Bat af Mrtac aafij
n .i te A. lltM.'i Vee.
St ,re. Xa. -t8 -few rtrte t. al-lm
THE eitden(sal, bertas aaaltd a Bxrceter rpoo
tbartUtaef tba teU SBOBSB FLAHKBIT,
esaKd, be-ebf Kir a-tteete ail per-ant Indestel ILere
ta, er ta tbe Uta firm at 8B0. FLAHBBTT &. BRO., are
1 luuseted te eaaae ltmt aad duobarse tbe laae. Aad
aV ptraeaa barlac dilai acaBiat Mm aald ute Bl
Btrnt team ta fa aeaerstavad tar a-ttlranrt.
Liglite, Xewlon & Bradbury't
AT1XB teiier F1AXOS Je reeelTed frera tbe eeleb
1 Htbam itaf Beam. LKbte, Xr lan X Brattnrr,
wbMiwareeSWtBcatXrwTekirleea. Free) the ac
a.atnd repataHa ot tbraa Fiaao Fartet, fartber iwtlot
trtm uvea sat be neeear-. With every ar-iaranca
tbat psreaaaera will cat a Ve. 1 Fltaa. we eebmlt thera
tar tbetr ta.fe Urn. C( XcClXXBT it CO.
Vtm. Enab3 & Co.'s Pianos.
tram b treat Saa tkern Flaao!
aetarr. to wbteh we wan d eapxUllT
uutta attrstlea af sarcaatars Taer
are iaMlj ealierated tor taHr betstiral and Imseaw
oraaM af toae, aad vl eesptra fararaMr witb lbe
eet Fltaet tae werM caa vradeoe We tare to arrlre
tbli wnt, eaeat tbe avxt aaprrb Plaiiea la tbe Seb
rn csnotrr. Frtos $1,009. TIaUari aBd Firebaaera
are aoHcttuJ te ca at ear Flase Warrrooaia aad exaailne
inest. ecT KcaUXXKrfc00
Great Reduction ia Prices of Flinos.
HAVIXO deter steed to ate ear eaarta ta make Krm
pa (aad oar etlekUelHeest la oartlnter,) aeaa
a. saner, tar tbe aaie af FI AXOS la tbe Seutbera coEBtrr,
we hare made .aea arraafeaeats wltb tbe ataaaf actu
rrs af Tit aes, tbacwaw Bl be saMad fcacuae at Vatt 1 0
ler eebtBedeMfenlrMa tbe 1 rrtcra aa aV IHnol
aMbrna T.bt MMTtwtMjcoaTtaadabtt waareaeH.
1st ts axtr Piano cbrtrer tbaa baa rrer bat r ibeeo
eflVred u MesiabU Farthaa a wM ebllfe' aa hj ex-amtatu-tbeFiuas.
asd aaoertala ttepneraat
ort -cClKXBT fc 0O'8.
Raven, Bacon & Co.'s Pianos.
EIGHT PI AXOS I rem tbe wal baa a Baaafactarrrt
of -Caters Barea, Baoaa tt 0a We bare beta ten
iae tbta Bate at Fiaaoe for aeeeraljeare pelt, aad erery
taatrasuet bar. IBTarlaair ttfea perfect aa iafecUoa.
Oarprleeewtl beaaaM aa tbe xiaaaraetarere la Xew
Terk- r7 XcglKKBT &. CO.
J. H. ALBRECHT,
toaeoeacor to H eabouci.l
KBXPaoea-teatlrea kaad a ro?;r ef tbe beet CI
. Q AR ASB TOBAOCO, at aH klada, wklcb be wul
- j.i u, a. iaa ow etaaa ca zutetay e.rrei
TT7"B are reI.Us tram itnmi Eel-
faat aad Vearmk.. ifaf. d..
trom Xew Totk, cnxtitt-c ot rreteh -3 1 -1
oeniiee-i, wanraMa .Bsreaoa, e7aia,Btans. Beereta
rleaaad BoekOaau. lUdtbaErdaXBtarn a, Wbat-Xla,
.. eve. AH of wbKtill Snt Hall wsrkt. and wtU be
Kit is; tn 11 vcusysT ft. 00-
THE DAILY APPEAL
MEMBER 28, 188
OB, THE XOTHS&-IX-LA W.
With a spark of something more than mis-
co let la cer rfc.tVM, md witnilDiQere com.
ppreesed than Ike gctitlem.rr'a.t her eWe tMcght
jaue coesMienE wtin amuDility, ilettha Don
TUbtna aoaaiirrie : ye; no, not I; m, not I."
"Peaw,I3eflba"Jf'.io Iier eo-jVaiiloi
tomewhat pttulaotly, -"flufin be fooflah j I
merely racBtiOfled it as a wonoshlon of mr
uiuuici a, jou xoew; ana it you prefer oavins
the wedding at Beechwood and starting from
thence on our tour, lam perfectly willing. Mr
mother only objected to it on the score of
trouble, I suppose."
Bertha's fingers trembled so that thevplece of
use camoric wnica be was eratirowenne re
ceired a rent as she jerked the working floss
through it and the flushed cheek, aed tapping
of the little foot, and the oppressed tones of
her voice, all betrayed the excitement under
wmcn sue iibcred
I " bhe Is kind," replied iSenha. wltBout look
mg up; "but !t her rest assured that the ser
vants at Beechwood think nothing too much
trouble for their mistress. My weaUi&e takes
ptace id my ora usme. ov uie BIBCUOfl ot mr
I caanliau "
uecil Hamilton looked steadily at his be-
iroined as sue uttered tier determination in a
I firm voice, and a shade of antovance riassed
wrci uio me um nrram y race, as nitons pro
phetic of du-ord, and thines which he detest
.... kt. I t : I . .
ed, rose before him aa he t bought of bis calm
domiaecrt-g stouter, nd Ms pissfaeate but
Dipu-t pirrted bride.
And so tiw weddine took place at Beech
wjod. The birrrs wNkd it-sa: far ahe was
w fluent a near relitlWl IB tee WerM. and till
-fee Loevr Cecil HaaiHea, Beechwood seemed
to be the only thing for her lave, connected as
it was with memories of x happy childhood,
am me tot:ng ees and voices of Her parents.
-sprine a visit to a scuool companion ooe
naer varatien. Bertha became acquainted
nu iur. niraiiiou. woo was also a ruest in
the bouse She was at once fascinated by bis
elegant person, bis wonderfal conversational
powers, his refined intellect, and above all bv
ike calmness of his manner, which she thought
uk repose ot a great ramd, and not as it really
war, a- Hxieience or a area my nature.
Ua his eioe. Cecil HaseJkoB was enthralled
by the beauty, the wit, aad vivacity of Sertba
Uesaldeoo. The light which ever flashed over
uer tace, tae ear reoanee wliieh snruse; from
her kips, and tfee sparkle of her mani.er, krpt
wb 111 a KtDH 01 dreaming uebder as to woat
she would do or sv next, but it cave him no
trouble. He was not obliged to arouse himself
to exertion, for her quaint thoughts brought out
bis own without effort; and beeide that.be
cnew or ueruia's ream-stoe also, fur he hail
sometimes seen her eyes cast down, her little
hands folded Madonna .rise, and a boly quiet
settle over her face and fern, and he at once
recrgaized 1b these moods the ideal which he
bad 10 log sought to hod realized.
The engagement was sooa followed with the
airprobatioB of Bertha's guardian, who, being a
bachelor, was glad of being so easily rid of
B Be considered to- be a troablesaeae, SrgBty
girl, who was to lead him an ignus f atuus chase
through society after a husband. Indeed the
good mas had at one time seriously thought of
marrying her himself, in. order to escape the
vexation and responsibility of guardianship.
Of her future mother-in-law, Bertha Donald
too knew but little. With her sanguibe spirit
4d unchilled affection, she was prepared to
love deeply one who was so nearly related to
Cecil, and at once proposed that his mother
should live with them after their marriage, for
Cecil was aa oaly child, asd Mrs. Himilton'a
life would be very monotonous if living by her
self. Little did Bertha know that, even without
this invitation, aw h had beea Mrs. Uaalitoa's
intention. Her bob bad a fortune as larze as
Bertha's and if the heiress twuld live at Beech,
wood, she argued, in preference to any other
place, why then ke felt under bo obligation at
receivioe her hospitality.
Mrs. Hamil on bad beei accustom! all he:
life to manage for those around her. She had
completely swayed her iBteMecta-', but dream
ing, Indolent husband, and, as a Batter of
course, ehe now swayed her intellectual, dream
lug, indolent son. That that son's wife would
rebel at such long.establisbed authority, n-ver
occurred te her. To be sure, the decided stand
which Bertha took about bavin; her wedding
at dear old Beechwood, aad asking all her
friesde, caused Mrs. Hamilton to raise her eye
brows for a moment, bat ehe looked upon it as
the ebulHlien of temper of an unrestrained
child, and speedily forgot R. s6e, as we said
before, Bertha Donaldson's wedding took place
It was a disagreeable, drizzling evening on
which Cecil Hamilton and bis young wife re
turned from their weddiBg-toer; aa evening,
that, albeit June bad corse with the roaes, and
all sumotex lories, made the fire which blazed
hi the little sitting-room look cozy and com
fortable ts the tired, wet travelers. The fire
was the only tv.ioir that liebted the room in the
twilight; bit the tjsalnteat stiver tea-service,
which a'ood on the already prepared table,
gtrtterirg brightly in the light, as if rejoicing
10 its kindly old-faabioced ivay, that a mis
tress once more reigned in Beechwood.
Bertha Hamilton was both tired and nervous
as ehe approached the temp'Jog tea-table The
novelty of her position as the mistress of the
House made lierreel as awkward as it was pos
sible for one of her frank, independent dispo
sition to feel ; aad with a shy, half-lingering
step, but a smile breaking over her face as she
thought bow ridiculous she would look presid
ing at a tea-tray, she reluctantly approached
the bead of the table. Mrs. Hamilton made
her comfortable at once by taking what should
have been Bertha's place as quietly as though
she had sat there, aad poured tea out of that
pot Tor years. The poor, tired little wife said
nothing, bat was secretly grateful for what she
considered her mother's kindness aad tact is
relieving her of such terrible duties, when the
felt so Bervour. N
The next day and the next. Mrs. Hamilton-
again took possession of the eeat at the bead
of the table, and Bertha began to debate la ber
own mind whether she should bow claim
ber place as mistress of the family. Yet some
thing in the manner of the mether-in-lewdeter-
redber from making the proposition. The love
which ijertua seemed so ready to give her
seemed forced back on her own bosssa by Mrs.
Hamilton's cold, self-suScietit manner.
Another trouble, toe, aroused Ihe new wife
to a sense of her real position at Beechwood.
Old Mrs. Howell, who bad been housekeeper
there since the last Mrs Donaldson had ar-
rired as a bride, suddenly appeared in Bertha's
room one t9crntng,j'.nltng Ber basset 01 keys
in iter excitement, and plumping down Into
chalr without waiting for an invitation t a
piece of eMerespertof which the formal, old
fashioned lady bad never beea guilty before.
M I can't stand It aar loaeer. Mies Bet tba.
iri no use," exclaimed the good woman, quiv
ering witu inargnaiioB ; "i can't pity sec cod
fi Idle to nobody."
"What is the matter, Mrs. Howell?"
queried the young wife, looking up with as-
tmiehsaeat from tbe book which she was read
" W'jy," said the old lady, " there is you, the
mistress of the house, tbat never gives aa order
out just iixea lame, wui; ts-sam, sos goes,
dictating aboet, tuet as if Ueechwood was
' I really do not know what you mean. Mrs.
Howell, 1 bare seea souring er the ktsd in my
mower," was tse reply.
Airs. Howell was more iBdlgnaot tban ever
ob B-diog that her yousg mistress did net ap
pear to advocate ber cause. She had held un
disputed sway in Beechwood too loBg to stand
calmly by and tee another interfere with ber
" Why," continued the old housekeeper,
irom me very day you were married and sue
was left iu lbe.hruse, she has been doralneerin:
and dictating to us just as it we were a pack
of slaves. Just now sbe came while I was
putting up my strawberries that's as beautiful
and clear as crystal, and told me that pre
serves dene in tbat way wouldn't keep. Just
is If didn't know 1 t-be says sbe will do tbe
rest of the preservicgberself. Well, sbe may ;
but if tht't going to be housekeeper, I'll leave,
and sbe may take the Keys."
" Mrs. Howell." said Bertha, In a tone In
tended to be eevere; but poor child, it was all
ehe coald say, for domestic difficulties were
such new things for ber to manage. Mrs.
Howell, however, was in too full a tide of in
juries to be so easily stopped by Bertha's half
uaMd reproor, so she went on wltn increasing
" And there's Jane, tbe housemaid, that's
been under my training ever since sbe was as
high as my knee, madam looks after her, and
takes a hairpin and goes around tbe edges of
the carpets to see if ther are clean ia the cor
ners ; but sbe don't find much dirt, I know, for
I'll bade Jane against tne wfieleBatlon for ti
diness. William savs that be expects that
next she'll so oat and show him how to harness
the horses or wash the carriage ; and John, too,
be says sbe knows more about forcing the hoi
house vesetsbles than be does."
Mrs. Howell atopped here for want of
breath, or it is most wobiWe that Bertha
would have found a separate grievance In each
separate department of tbe establishment,
I think, Mrs. Howell," said the young mis
tress, that you have all beea so accustomed to
having no one to Interfere with you, tbat you
mutt bare mistaken my mother's dancers. She
is naturally diatant to every fie, and you have j
misapprehended ber. I suppose sbe thought I
was young and inexperienced, and has kindly
intended to ralieve tse as much as possible.
Take your kays, however, asd bave bo fear of
any ose Bsarpeai; your pi ace."
Bertha said this' apparently very calmly, but
In reality with ber nger rising every moment.
1 She now saw tbat sbe held the position of guest
rather than or mistress at Ueeccwood, aBd aDe
was determined to regain ber place. Aa ap
peal to her husband she knew was out ef the
question, for she loved him too much to be
willing to disgust him witb a womaa's quar
rels, and it would be either against bis wife or
bis mother that be must give jodgmtBt,
Poor child! Mrs. Howell had played the
Ere ia tbe little Paradise is which Bertha had
been living, and made her taste of tbe tret of
knowledge much against her wishes. Tbat
very day some guests were to dice at Beech
wood, and its young mistress noon decided upon
her line of conduct. As ther entered tbe din-
I ing room. Bertha quietlj stepped up to the head
or ine taoie, laid ner oana upon toe naeic ot
the chtlr which Mrs. Hamilton wasalreadyap
proachiRg, and said iu a low tone? ' I am
obliged to yott, mother, but I will take Ibis seat
for tbe future."
Mrs. HarafitoB made no remorstrance, but
her syei fiuSei, aiT blliltrele Ipread
ber mouth. Sbe wi hdre a little to one side-,
and s'ood with a kind of conspicuous humility
till all were seated.
. Till tbat moment Cecil had noticed nothing
or this quiet warfare. A 100K ot annoyance
and reproach which did not escape the anxious
eyes of his wife, was cast upon ber as he asked
Bis mother to be seated.
" I real'y did not know where to slt, I bad
not my accuetome4 place," was meieply.
A feeling of constraint and uneasiness diss
ed over the guests, as tbey all felt that tbev
had been the usurping patty. Poor B:rtba'a
face fluthed a painful crimson as sbe said iu a
tiilf apologetic, half-laughing tone: "Ladies
aad gentle men, ypu see me lor toe erst time at
tne head or my own table. lor mamma has been
kind enough to relieve me ot this duty hereto
fore, and we are not ret accustomed to our
change of places."
tae tact and pleasant manner 01 the young
wue soon maae an as comioriaois as inev Bad
been before, and Cecil Hamilton secretly
thought she bad never appeared to so much
never ouce during the Test or the day did
Mrs. Hamilton address-her dsuehter.ln-Iaw.
anc oniy answered 10 me auortest possible
manner if Bertha spoke to ber, making tbe
poor thing as uncomfortable as possible. As
they stood on the piazza together in the even
ing, bidding adieu to the departing guests,
Berths said in a coccilittorr tone : "Are vou
not afraid of taking cold without yonr thaw),
mouterr 1 win get it lor you."
" Do not trouble yourself. Mrs. Hamilton.
do net take kindness unon sufferance." was the
Tne daughter's eyes filled with tears, and
oer nand trembled as sue twitched oil a spri
or lestsamtn to 11 ice uer ematiun.
Cecil walked up and down tbe niazza with
bis moos in bis poccets, wuietur.g a disconso
late air in false tune, pitying bis wife, whom
he dearly loved, yet feeling aa If his mother
was realty to some unaccountable way the in
jured party. "In truth, Mrs Hamilton bad a
knack ef always making people feel this, in
spne ot weir oeuer uogmeat, and jiertBavaa
brgliMiiie: to think tbat sbe only must be in
fault, when her mother approached ber and
said : " 1 saould not so far forget my dignity
as to allude to tbe insult which I received to
day, were it not to rrqurst that hereafter, for
your own eate, you will select a time when
mere are no guests in tne Douse to make a dis
play or your aawerity."
Tbe tears which before were dimming Ber
tha's eyes, were dried up by tbe flash of Indig
nation which shot from them as she replied:
" I did not mean to insult you, madam I I
bave too much respect for myself to forget
what is due to those connected witb me ; but
as the tatslress of Beechwood, I felt that it
was a duty 1 owed to my guests as well as to
myself, to appear hereafter iu that character.
I am obliged for the charge utiirh vou have
hitherto takea ot my affairs, but i will relieve
you ef it for the future "
The teee this time was anything but con
ciliatory, ana witn a uenint air Bertha en
tered tbe house, and retired to ber own room.
She awaited her husband's cornine with some
anxiety, sot Snow lag, from hta manner on tbe
piazza, whether to expect sympathy or re
proach. His presence did not relieve her much.
Tbe whistling still continued, interrupted only
by the monosyllable with which he reDlled to
nis wire's remarks, and wnen sae said, numbly:
win you not kiss me.aod uisq me eoojnient.
Cecil ?" the half reluctant n Tee." and tbe kiss
smothered by a sullen sigb, made her repent
having made the request The wifeV tears
were again queBUied byaager, and after tocsins
restlessly for many hours, she at last cried her
self to sieep, ia consequence of ber fertile Im
agination having pictured the gloomy, unloved
future before her in tbe darkest colors.
The breakfast the next motnins was most
uncomfortable for ill. Tbe wife felt that her
peace cflenng vf tbe nietat before bad beenonlv
halt accepted ; the mother tbat another now
s'ood between herself and her son, and one, too,
who cet her will at Baegbt ; while Cecil thought
of the anttoyaaee it would be to have fuch con
stant bickerings as be foresaw, and wondered
wby two people whom he loved so much could
not live happily together.
Cecil tiaiautou was in everything a man of
compromise, and like all other persons of that
class, be pleased neither party : s he aulcklv
walked into the library and shut bimself nn
witn tne old aramausts, to revel in tnelr de
lineations of character, when there was a page
of human nature in the next room, which be, In
bis iodolent egotism, had not troubled bimself
Mrs. Hamilton " pursued tbe even tenor of
her way " in haughty eileaee, always frigidly
polite out Bever coram to neruia ; out wis was
a mood to wntcn oer son was so eeoitomed
tbst be even did not remark it; and conse
quently tbe change in bis wife's mauaer struck
him tbe more forcibly. He saw nothing for
her to resent, and secretly regretted what be
thought her sullen disposition. All tbe viva
cry which formerly characterized her bad dis
appeared, and Cecil sadly missed the tender
carees and light kiss which he used to receive
so freoueBtly. He was a s&ost undemonstra
tive man, and little knew bow his coldness and
indisTerent -aaaaer had chilled the warm heart
of bis wife. So time passed ; Bertha yearning
for a recooelfraUeii wMh ber husband, for
which her prou i spirit forbade ber to ask since
ber former repulse, and be coolly waiting till
ber it of petulance should be over.
Mrs Hamilton no longer took the head of
tbe table, nor interfered witb Mrs. Howell,
nor too closely scrutintzed Jane's work, yet
ber Influence was felt nevertheless. Tbe ser
vants complained tbat there was no possibility
of pVeasiog her In anything they did, and those
wno Bad lived ia toe ramliyror years constant
ly threatened to leave. It required all tbe tact
aad dignity ot Bertha's character to retain ber
servants, yet Bot to compromise her mother-in-
A year passed thus at Beechwood. Bertha
Hamilton's heart was bow suffering for want
of early discipline. Her temper bad become
haughty and irritable under tbe cold surveil
lance ot Mrs. Hamilton, fciie Dad formerly
yearned for the old caresses ami kind words
from her husband, for which ber pride forbade
her to ark; but she was bow almost beginning
to despise him Ir tne Btaaaer in wtilchhe
yielded everything to bis mother. Cecil, on
bis part, wondered how be could hare been sc
mistaken In a character. His wife, in same
unaccountable way, always appeared to great
er advantage before bis mother. It pained bim
to the heart to thiok that it bad only been
childish fancy on Bertha's patt for him, and be
determined not to trouble ber witb remonstran
ces; so tbe two went on, outwardly indifferent,
but iewardly suffering, with Mrs. Hamilton
swaying ber sob as of old.
And thus it was, when an heiress was born
to tbe united fortunes of tbe Donaldsons and
The young mother wept wild tears of joy as
she pressed her child to her bosom, and thought
tbat Bete she would have some one to lore ber
exclusively, though for a moment she trembled
as ehe thought of ber woman's destiny " to
make idols and find them clay," as she herself
had doae. Cecil Hamilton heaved a deep sigb
ss she saw tbe lavish tenderness which Bertba
bestowed on bis daughter, and secretly envied
the unconscious little thing, white Mrs. Hamil
ton declared tbat tbe mother was too delicate
to Burse tbe child, so both for ber sake and its
own, a wet nurse must be provided.
Bertha listened iu silence when in Cecil's
preietteBaeM eveaiag, Mrs. Hamilton proposed
it to h;r, but ber color rose and ber eyes
flashed long before ber mother-in-law had con
cluded. "Madam," said the young mother, "you
have governed your own child during bis whole
life, and I shall do tbe same by mine. In this
thin; I will not be thwarted. 1 am perfectly
able to nurse my baby, and I would rather lay
ber ia the ground than on another's bosom.
This Is never to be mentioned to me again."
" But, Bertba," commenced Cecil, who was
really alarmed for bis wife's health, from his
" I bave decided, the matter." interrunted tbe
wife, in a tone of such icy coldness thai it left
no room for remonstrance.
Mrs. HamHtoB lifted ber eyes and banc's
with the air of a martyr, wblch graphic pan
tomime was not lost on either Bertba or ber
So till little Marion Hamilton was three
years old, she was a source of contention be
tween ber grandmother and her parents. Mrs.
Hamilton looked upon the child as . belonging to
herself, quite as muehas to its mother: she in
terfered with its food, its exercise, its dress;
tae scoraeo us nurse, ana otten contemptuously
chided Bertha herself. Bertha watched every
encroachment upon ber maternal authority
with a jealous eye, and oft with angry words;
ana uecu pettea uis aarung,ano appealed to
bis mother witb regard to its education.
" I tell yoa, Cecil, sbe will grow upas bead
strong aad passionate aa Bertba herself, if yoa
let matters go in this way," said Mrs. Hamil
ton, one morning. " Her mother humors her
Hi every wcim, and 1 really believe the child
takes pleasure in disobeying me."
" She is perfectly obedient to Bertha or her
nurse," argued Cecil. " I think she Is a child
who must bs managed by love and not harsh
ness ; for severity seems to call out all the bad
qualities of her character."
After four years of marriage, Cecil Hamil
ton was beginning to bave glimmerings of his
wife's heart tnrouen uts coni.
But what Mrs. Hamilton had said was true.
Little Marion defied ber authority to the great
est possmie extent, tor ner wuoie nature was
roused to antagonism by her grandmother's
manner. At that very moment she bad espied
a bed of fine carnation pinks, Mrs. Hamilton's
especial favorites asd care, which she had been
ordered not to touch, and witb a mischievous
laugh the flew at it, and commenced pulling off
buds and blossoms, ner Mule nands trembling
witb baste, lest sbe should be discovered before
the work of des ruction was complete. With
a sigh of satisfaction Marion contemplated
the wreck; then ga'ti.ring up some of toe
flowers ia her apron, sbe seated herself on the
niazza steps to play with them.
Tbe nurse's voice was beard calling Marion,
and tbe child's answer from tbe bottom of tbe
steps caused Mrs. Hamilton to took out of the
window. In a moment her sewing was tossed
on the floor, and with tbe swoop of a hawk
ahe rushed udob the child. Marion was so en-1
grossed with her flowers tbat sbe did cot bear !
her grandmother's approach, and witb a scream
she turned her eyes with wild affnght npon
Mrs. Hamilton's tace, as she seized ner Dy tue
arms with a grip which ber anger made like
iron. Blew after blow re Jdened tbe little face
aad neck, and tbe sharp finger nails sunk Into
tbe child's flesh as she pulled her along tbe
ball. Witb a shake and a push that sent tbe
RUle thing reeling against a Bbelf, she pushed
Marlon iolo a dark pastry and locked tbe door
Tbe child' screami attracted .Bertba, who
was ia aaother part 01 the, ground giving dl
was ib aBotuer part 01 tue, groano giving ci-
remans 10 ids earoser. rearioe some creao -
tI accUeat bad bsppeeec, abs fltw to lbs
house, and oneaterlnrthe ball. tbe whole was
explained by ber motbTer-In-Iaw's fact, tbe bro
ken Bowers, and the snrielc from tne cioaeu
Witb a bound sbe reached tbe door, turned the
key, and seized Marion, who was almost In
convulsions trom pain and- terror 01 we uarn
ness Without a word eho carried tbe. child
to her chamber, where her husband was saon
attracted bv the continued ervis?.
"What it the matter. 'Bertba?" asked
"Nothing, except your mother has nearly
killed tbe child." was the renlV as sbe still
gazed into Marion' face, and walked hurriedly
up atd down toe room with her la ner arms,
endeavoring to uulet her. It was a lone while
oetore tne shrieks subsided Into bods, ana tne
lime tDlne sunk into a fevered sleep upon ner
Cecil bad paced up and down tbe room be
aide Bertba in ber hurried walk, not daring to
aeic a question, aa be saw her stern, white tace.
" Cecil Hamilton !" she said at last, as sbe
turned upon ber husband like an angry
lioness, " your mother and I can live together
no longer. You must choose now between her
and me and your child. You ceased to love me
years ago, so I suppose your preference is soon
made. I thought that when my baby was born
that you moif love me, but I waa mistaken.
It was no little thing, Cecil Hamilton, to
wreck my happiness so carelessly as you did,
but your mother has ever stood between us.
My child's temper shall not be made aa irrita
ble as mine has become through her presence:
and it sne ever touches Marion again, 1 give
you no choice for a decision for i take ber
end leave your house."
" Bit what was the matter to-day, Bertha?''
asked hit husband, in a voice which differed
very much from his usual ociaat tone.
'"Look there and there, and there 1" was
tbe reply, as the mother bared tittle Marion's
eboulder, and pointed to the cheek and arms,
on utilcti the marts or Mrs Hamilton's Hu
rts still lingetel. ' Marion was to blame, i
ave no doubt : but I was tbe "proper persjn
to punish ber in a suitable manner. Had she
been 'hat up in that dark closet five minutes
longer, she might bave been an idiot for life."
The father's brow grew dark as he listened.
In Bertha's excitement Ibe whole story of ber
trials witb her motber-ln-Iatr was poured into
ber husband's ear, tbe more readily, perhaps,
that be bad never evtBced so much interest in
But. Bertba, I never expected all this !" he
said at last. "I bave done wrong in letting
my indolence end love of peace so long close
my eyes to your troubles 1 have been accus
tomed all my life to being ruled by my mother,
without knowing tbe fact, perhaps, and I was
really afraid tbat my wife was becoming irri
table) and unamlable without a cause, little
thinking how much you bad to annoy you."
" I could bave borne It all if sbe bad only
left me your love, Cecil ; but to take that, too I"
and bere Bertba burst into a passionate fit of
weeping, brought on by her husband's change
of manner ; for bad she net been sare that be
now heartily sympathized with ber, ber old
pride would have for bidden her to regret to him
a love tbat was lost.
"My poor little wife I you lovo me yet, as
much as when we were first married and so
happy, do you not?" and Cecil imprinted a
tender kisses ber forehead, aa sbe lay sobbing
on Ibe bed where sbe bad at last placed Marion.
Bettba threw ber arms around her husband's
neck, and witb tears ami blushes the confessed
bow unhappy bis indifference bad made her,
and blamed herself more than she need bave
done for tbe domestic trouble, declaring tbat
now sbe saw it was onlybsr pride and haughty
temper maiuaa caused it an.
Mrs. Hamilton was herself alarmed at the
fleets of her violence, as little Marion contin
ued her ecreams after being carried to ber
mother's room, and ehe was about following,
to make what amends ehe could, when she saw
ber bob go into tbe dumber She awaited bis
return with much Impatience, and when an
hour passed by aud be did sot make bis appear
ance, she felt tbat he was no loeger under ber
authority, that ber "kingdom was divided"
already. This fact, combined with tbe events
of the day and Bertha'd independent disposi
tion, mane ber determine to accept from a
bachelor brother, who had returned from India
but a short time previous, an invitation to take
Darge or his house.
Cecil and Bertha in the mean time were de
bating as to tbe kindest mode of askin Mrs.
Hamilton to leave. Bertba, witb a sudlen rvJ :
vulslon of feeling, canted by ber happiness,-j:
uaviog in vain endeavored to pers'iaue ner Hus
band to let ber remain. Bat be was inflexible.
Cecil Hamilton now understood both wife and
mother too well to see much chance for happi
ness, and he bad suffered too much for four
ears to be willing to run another rielc.
Tbey did not all meet again till dinnertime
when Mrs. Hamilton said she bad received
another letter from ber brother tbat morning
renewing bis request for her to live with him
and that she had already written lo sty sbe
would accept the invitation Both Cecil and
Bertba breathed more freely, for it waa an un
pleasant duty to ask a mother to leave the
At tbe end of tbe week tbev were staadlne
on the piazza, bidding Mrs. Hamilton adieu
though little Marion to tbe last refused to be
Many years have passed since then, and
there are other little feet no, betides Mari
on's pattering through tbe garden-walks and
along the balls, and Bertha Hamilton baa
proved to be all that her Cecil's fancy bad pic
tured ber before be was married, and she only
counts her life as really began since the depar
ture of her mother-in-law.
Valmbls Servants for Sale.
KB L1KKLT HlMlSZ QIBL 16 jearaaM, wen
trained. A1m. a vat y likely BOT. la years
aM; act I ,-e and Strang, sad an rxeeMeat Serf band 67$
wra aeseMvo invrl ue sor s-M raper. j
Apply to Tiiussiuu.,
00 S But BatWlsg.
I.ost or mis-laid.
AXSMMRtNOOM BOOC, oaatalauHi a Bete drawa la
f .Tor ef 3. H SboekbyR. kt Xu4 far S12S aad
aettral papers of a vatee to anyone bat tbe aaderilgaed.
A liberal reward wBI be f aid If Ml stlhtsefflce. Fer-
ecaa are we-rml Bot ta perchaea ;ba store aate, a. pay-
nrat bat been stepped. H. SBOCS:,
G. A. PICHETT CO.,
COMMISSION MERCK ANTS,
RBFEBS to ITarkii. Won ft lev i- Co., Memphis,
Tbb., by whom Uberal adraac-a wU be made on
cootlgameati ' rrodeos. nl6-ei
HoticeTo the Ladies!
AFIKBoppertBBltylisewcfftTrd to the Ladles at
K. B4BINDS B. CO., to bay g-eat lUu alas. Ia
order to cb.nte oar boetcres to a strictly Fancy Dry
Good aBd MBit 1 ry Stare we bare determined to dote
out all or heavy coo s, inch as Domestic Prints, Cotton
DcLatiHu, c. . Slc, &.c , st COST rBlOBS. Call soon
st EDW. BARIKDS tt, 00.
A SPLBKDIB stacket Btbu ard MlBlnery Soods.
Saa Drae. Sdts. Bleb Otoakt aad 3kawU. lately re-
catred, to be aald low for Cath at
E. BIRlNDj tc CO.,
m IH Main street.
and Winter Goods
Emporium of Fashion
299 MAIJf STREET U09
IXrOKTKBJ AND DEALERS IX
nicii roots or all lands.
Ekgaat Sltl. Velvets, aad Oa-amere Babes, filch
Flaws, Plain aad Blark Silts for Dresses, Frraeb Me
rtn, an veal DeLtlaee, ptala aad printed, aad an other
aiaoa or v rrss ucoas.
Cloaks and Shaw ls.
Tbe largest stock ot Yeiret and Cleth Cloaks la the city
a inrD tot or toeoeii, uneaiai, Bteut, anawis aad
Velvet and Straw Bonnets.
The meat exteatlre stock at Paris Bon
nets ex er exhibited to the Memphis ladles,
all of our ova importation.
Cnp aud Head Dresses.
The largeat assortment la tuwa.
Of alt Hads, the ttrreat stock la the city.
Ribbons, Flowers. Feathers, Rashes, Be, &c WIS
sell cheap tolnetraae.
Eace Goods and Embroideries.
Taleacteanes.Gimpare, BrasseU, Point Laos and Fstnt
Alpacca Laces, Larei and M uaUa Setts, Collars, SJeeres,
l3 uorca. WC, c . etc
Always on baal, aad orders promptly atleaded to. Rack
Yetttt aad Qsth for Ctstkt.
Alscet every thlag that ts pertaining to Ladlea Ward
nra, can be found at this Emporium, sad far less money
taes caa ca aaa ia toe city nease call aad satufy
yourselves It Is no trouble ferns lesbowoor Goods.
Onr DBESS-MAEIKG DEPARTMENT tl the lareest
In the city, and Ladles can depend on baring tbelr work
none ut tae most improve- tijie
STILLBAK 4l CO.,
oelO dttrawly 2M Mala street, Memphis
T) AXAWaT an or aboat the 36th day of Septem-
JLV lember last, my negro iy namea amekoss
axed absat St years i 6 f eev 2 or a Inches high :
dark oumpleiloa ; down look i win weigh about 190
pound.. BepOysweUoatbeadSe; bad on when ba
left a new MLaot Mae cation Pants, checked osttoaade
coat, a b awn bat and new pair shoes.
I wlli give J0 It the boy be delivered to me I wd
glre sis if placed in aayjauso thst 1 D.yootsln blm.
Jackson O-uatr. A'k , Oct 20, 1S6S. ct-dawlm
Opening of the Oyster Season.
Cor. of Washington and Front Bow,
RECEIVES by erery Xew Orleans packet Aft.
a large lit ef Sae SBBLL OTSISRS, T
lie has epeced his old eland tor tbe sea -on, mmjS
where the lovers of thaie fine bivalve -99
caa be served la asy style from the Shell, Slewed,
Boasted, ScoHeped a.- Fried. ITelnteadstokeepsa kere-
Uf oia, aotning nut the nest and finest tbe market af
fords. Liquors, wines. Ala. Cigars ax. . aa naaa)
FsmUles supplied wltb Oysters by the barrel or ran.
rt-dlOB VINCENT BACIOALCPO.
Trustees Sale ol
STEA.HEE DATJIEL BOONE.
BT virtue ot tee power vested la as.
by a certain CW ed of Trust, exermed
cord la tbe Ccttcca lis.-e la Memnhb,. to secure certain
debts therein specified, we wiq sell to tbe highest bid-
aerror uasa. at rusuu auction, at tha wharf in
tbe city or ateoipais, oa tae uih day or December,
ISSj. (Moalay.) tha steamer DAXIXL BOOKS, with
her Bschlnery, fixtures, f srnltnre and tatklt.
WM. C POSrON. I
nil SAM W SATES. t Trustees
Tbe Mlnonrl Repebilcan, Loal.vJ e Journal. Xew Or-
leaas True Delia, aai vKxinorg waig. win lasert the
above Ua inert Ion 1. aaq sena m 1 to tut once.
-.j,-, nnndred tuslell Urge TURNIP, and for ta'.e
, w taw. bv j,
Vo. II Vroat Bs .
To Uavdware Buyers.
a. t. white
A. J. WHITE & CO.,
Inaartersef and Dealt la
Guns, Sails, Castings aid Metals.
HaVB Bew ta store, a fall aaaertmeat at srtldee 1
IB tbelr Una. to whSeb the atteatlaa ct CASH J
and TaOltFT TIB B EUTBB& t tortted. Por-id
...cinrdirerlfr.m theEartiBasd American Uaa-1-
nr.Mareraenakles ca to Offer Goods at price nacn lets
a. . .mi. & Li,.,
tS-lwswlm yeoot R"
a FULL an irtmcat ef uoai urates, eooiiatux er
XFlala aad Flae Bnamelea. wtta readers. Coal
Baetete, Fire Setts aad Goal Shore' a. at redaced prlcea.
W " Mi L. - W ,
B-dtra Dealers lo Hardware, tt Frent Bow,
GOGiGlX fc H01iT,
AOEXTS rOB THE SAUC Of
aiattufacturcd Toliaccs. Eeaf To
bacco, ana cigars,
Ceraer of Bala aad Uclon streets.
SBLLtXO, aa u7 d, excloilTely on taracutsleo, tbey
are en.bkd ta mtolr tbe trade at at lew ratra aa tie
aarae trades of Twwco can oe aoaxai ia any marteu
S,5,000 Wortk ot
SADDLERY AND GIOAPS,
FOR SALE LOWER THAN EYJ5R. .
FORD, BB6BIB & CO,
RRSPICTPULLT announce to their cat toraers act tat
1-uMlo, tbat they are axaln back at tbetr aid stead.
2 31 MAIS STREET,
OPPOSITE COURT SQUABX.
We are aow opening oar large FALL STOCK. wUca w
botKhtlowforCaih, aad will not be aereoM.
We larlte all la want ef annum la tbe
Saddlery or Harness I,ine,
a AT WBOUMALB OB BRAIL,
To glre ca a call before purchasing. Alee for sale at a
treat tecriace a few SADDLES dataazed by water at tkt
late fire. Work roade to order andwarraated.
srptdew-m FORD. BKOBIH & CO.
a. z. nonius a. rnxxos.
NOBRIS & CO.,
MAKCFACTUBKBS of Steam Eaaise, Saw KUla,
Grlil KUU. Gearing. Home Work each aa Frosts,
Win lew Capl, &x. Steamboat repairing aad lobbing
work of every description attended to promptly. Persons
eroding tbelr work to as caa rely on getting 11 at the
time promised. We are prepared to execn orders for
abeam aatmet ana saw -tins on very saon notice, aad
aitew as they can be breath t fron St. Louis or Clndn
catl of tbe Mmeanalltr of wa-k lr-.d1-
0. COLEMAN & CO.,
AO CUTS FOB THE SALE Or
So. 3 Madison Street,
J. & A. WOODRUFF & CO.,
And Dealers, c'
IVos. 3, 4 & 5 Exchange Buildings,
HAT R now on hand oae of the larzett and best select
ed stocks ot
Carriages and Dutrcies.
Brer offered In this market. Baring bad a leag expert-
-ace bathe buatneii we know the wanta ot the counuaa
nlty, and feel warranted la saying, that ear facilities
far obtalnUig good work are -eurpeued ty any hoaae la
the South. Carriages ot err 7 description bellt to order
aad wsrk gutrentlol. All -lads of repairing dona with
seataeei and dlf patch.
jan-T-CKm' J. & A. WOODRUFF & CO,
. siiaarx z. it. una.
J. B. SHARPE & CO.,
GE5ERAL IJOWIiSSIO.V 3IERCIIANTS,
ii o. re front Row.
TTTB wl 1 duplicate any Northern or Eastern bl'l with
V Vsrtbe same, or braada equally at good, from I box to
hbbce ruTHAM joHa at. sTn-xsnr.T.
rOTSAST & STHRESIILY,
lTo. 6 Front Stroot, Now Orleans,
"ITTILLpay strict attention to. aad forward wlthdls
V V pitch, all goodi Intrusted to onrcare.
BxrER ToMessrs. Ooleman tc Co., Beam. W Cox at
Co., Messrs. W. A. Yloletl Co., Massn. Fstton S
BAN P U T ft A SI
Is the treat of the above honee ta this city, and
prepared to make contracts for fore aiding, aad to at
toad to all settlement, and other bctlnrst at the firm.
ABDBEW HERETO...... ......SIAXCCS BOJOOX.
MEBETO & ROJOUX,
Watch Makers and Jewelers.
CORNER OF ADAMS AKD MAIN STREETS,
tXTEare now la receipt of a splendid stock of
W WATCHES, CLOCKS, aad JEWBLRT,
na win seep constantly ca naaa a imissppiy,
which we efftr at reasonable prices. We art
prepared todarepalrla-andcleaalo-at all times, and
wa-raat 10 give sailers lion la all cafs. cell sad ex-
eratae onr stock. mrls-tf
.fr'Sss J?ss lr lElSIE-i-Lsj
wholesale and Hetail
STOVES, GRATES, PLAIN & JAPAKED
udiow's Self-Scalios and Winchell's iVax
Also Harrison's Patent Kitchen Store,
WROUGHT IB ON STOVE,
And Family Use.
Backet .Covers, Ears Tea Kettle Breast,
Rivets, bheet Iron,
AND VARIOUS OTHER ARTICLE3 SUITABLE FOR
ALL OF WHICH I 0FF8R
At 2S4 Main Street,
BETWEEN MADISON AND MONROE.
185 Main Street,
UNDER THE W0R5HAM HOUSE,
H A3 the pleasure to announce 7 V-T,
to the nubile that be has wnrHr, V -
epea and for ssle, aa entirely n;w and splsaaM
JEWELRY, the latest patterns ;
WATCHES atHl CLOCKS.of tbe best makers;
DIAMOND SETTS BDd IUMjS.
An extensive stock of SPBCTACLE3 wtthScoUh Pebbles,
all st which, be cScrs at the most literal terms.
Watches sad jeaeiry rrpsirea prompuy sou .iniai-
d. Alio pieces ot the Atlantic Cable aad Chain.
ocS-dly r. r. i yia-Jia-
A. VACCABO & CO.,
Foreign ana iiomesuc .uqaors,
WINES, CIGARS, FRUITS, &C.,
Io. 7 Pront Kow.
dK-l-U MEMPHIS, TEXX.
A Card to Ladies.
MRS ANXIB r niBMAitaxoi negs to lurorm
tbe llle.ef Memphis teat she will give itstrno-
tlens In the following Fancy Works, vlx : SBk and Cot
ton EmbroMlrlee, orotcnet ana ahm oh, .wm
Emsretdery. Wcosted BaUed W.rk, Wbcated ladlsn
. rrr m a-4 Vanl a TV .ln
worx ano Tapesiry, .a .iw...
Frnlt, Grecian aad Orleatat FalntUj, Hair Work ot sll
1 aaei' I . I rvaxa
Kit. II Will eU0 eieCBM IQ VIUI, aMwiifB 1W1 OSa-e-
Kmbroi4ir4,aiMlAUiaB,aof H-UrJewelry, with Mat-
ness an. c spa n
Mrs. H. caa ba fsud at any time at ker residence,
north end of Promenade ttreo cai-lawlttt
r ii. yi .e the iota last., frost Ibe stables Of
KJ Messrs. Maddsx at Groves, a VALISE cortslnlng
sems valuable pspers.am a as soki aaa accou-js.oi-
i,im .m -i.f. h.'f an onnca cr xuiu ion. a irfiu-a
ni.i, kr, , . .r eftemd.Uars In tllrer. xbavsllse
beloegt to Dr. A. Wesson, the papers' being valuable to
him and do cats else. Tse sneer wlB b liberally rewarded
by leaving It gt the shove stsMf s, or where be can get It,
ftsJ H A J AA-s AA- n uui a
rjj aocordanct with aa oroiuance ci mo wj. oouce n
Wk,ii,,iL that tbs grsde ct Canary street hat
been fixed, sad a profile ot said street d.-postted ia the
Bitot" U0, sh.wtnt the amoaat ot cntlirjg and fill
i.v ,M, a , n.,fn the rrsde tberrof AD persons
i.uni in ih. nrossrtr ob ssll street are notified to
corns forwsrd and examine ljo pioi.,., .m wpi-,wir
abjectliea tbey msy Biva 10 mo ai.uo. wiuu uuu;
cars, ta the Board oi -wfnarH.
SAEE OP VAEUABEE .
.u nnimniT. tha Sth day ot December. ISS3.
'rWV A . Ma. sf13 t6 aUld lA frSAt OtLtaaw
Cinmerclai Hotel la Memphis. Teueasee Bt PJbBc auc
tloa, about 100 sectlaat of I0iaM valuaMalAacA, (ba
tng er.y selections,) situated la Mlselsitppl cocaty.
Tgwnshlp 14, north, rsngu , 7, 8, Ml, 1J, East.
TowBshlp 15. north, ranges , 7, 8 , 10, 11, East,
-....hinin Yiflrlh.rinxrs 7. . ElU. .a
.,.,iT-0 third Cash, the balance la oaa
asd two years I nous to ba given with approved secnrl
ty. beartag taterest from data ot sale, sad a Hen wru M
rttslned on tha Isrd fsr tha deferred parments.S-ld
lands are to be toid by agreement ot the parties In lnter
.., , M-,i-n Tne esrtleular sections aad ptrta ot
secUoascaa ba seea and fall ptrtleclars given at the ef -See
of Wlckersta fc Beecker, JtOnrsen stsf MeoeAla.
HOPHISS, SEOVEU & CO.,
Commission & Forwarding Merchants,
. -,.- W".
no. 10 c roiu iww,
MEMPHIS, TENNE 8 SEE
TI8ERAL Oath Advances on Cotton aad other?
I nrfMfne. In ,MM A- tmr tbtealBa k"
Bope, Bagging and PlasUUea Scrplles fur-
msaea at tae leweK mariei rates.
All consignments sold for cats or IU equivalent.
B. A rABEEB, 3E9 B. A. PABXXB, JB.
. A. PAUILEW a& SOS,
Successors to Father, Baler k Davis.
No. G Howard's Row,
. t. WOOLSET, -
- E B ETnEBIDOE,
Late ot Weekly co., Term.
new incan s.
WOOLSEY & ETIIERIDGE,
C0TT0N& TOB A CO FACTOBS,
G E X E It A E COMMISSION
No. 97 Camp Street,
ORDERS for Bagglag. Bepe. Plsatatlea Ssr?Hs. .
rronptlyflUed. at lowest wbalesale prices. Ketaraa
proapuy mada la GeM, Sdver or Bxeh-Bga.
' DOBTOIf...B. C. H0BTOB...7. S. WOOOOELL.
C. M. HORTO.V is. CO., .
OTTON FACTOTS, GROCERS,
No. 33 Front Row,
MEMPHIS, T E IV N
VTTTLL give th.lr atteotlao to tba SeiUng,
f V BtOI
Storlnr and Shloiitag of COTTON er othei
prod ore. CommlFilen for SeiUng. Stortax aac
WrlrblDg Cotton SKVBNTT-FIVE OBNTS Ber
Bale Keep constaoL'y on band xtagglng, Bope and Plan
tttloa Supplies geserslly, au-3-ieoi
WM. KEBAB nlLL.
Wo. 9 Front Row,
Bagging, Hope S Plantation Supplies on Hand.
WILL give their best atteatlaa to sellax Oottaa aad
Frodnce. Oimmlsslerw for s-ntac Cotton frost and
fter 1st September 3 H o-r cent. Far Receiving m l F-r.
warding cotton 60 canto pr bale aull-dewtf
S. WTVE RN 0 N,
C03I3IISSIO.V A !f D FORWAROIAS
No. 6 Front Row, over Meaeaam &. Ga Ibralth's,
JOIW W. LXDBETrZB ,
JOHN W. LEDBETTER 0.
no. -2 txont now,
CT Bagtlsg aad Bepe and Flaautlot Saeolles rnrn.
B. OKOVES......-J. S. OBOVES. T. SIHKS
JTm it?. Groves .V Co,.
44 Union stroot,
janl-daw6fa NEW ORLEANS.
Gc r c3. o no. S3 ,
FORT PIOEBBINO, NEAR MEMPHIS, TENN.,
Ono Milo South from Court Square
We hare a Urge lot ot
of ear own growth.
PEACH TREI3 Stroac aid vtoara. ef tha latcat
APPLE TREES Of lee brat kred for tba 5.0th.
PBAR TREES A large lot of Dwarf aBd Standard
also Cherry, Plum, Apricot Xeetartaes, Be.
A iptradld a- MrtBMt itf l.r.. ai-t tk.nrf - TV,,.
GREENS, ROSES aad GREEK-HOUSE PLANT3.
A-yuung ia ua Nursery lice always n haad.
Flint, gaaraatl-d to order. .i l Mi- n.rt
of the rlty f ere of charge.
iiroer s mm tae ceuatry Ml letted.
Persoas la tbs cite or rr.nnlr wi.hi. (it, n.u.
MADS TO ORDER. wiu i -neaadatedaa reafanasfa
terms. We employ none bat tbe best workmen.
Orders throngs tbe Fort Off! a to ne, or S KaaiBH
ttCo., will receive proapt at ten' ton
n7-dsBi Floral Gar-lea, Mnaabl.. Tran.
VA JL I sTsTATVT FOOT-Kx"
ITTOUU) reepectfaily lefirsi hts frleads sad patrons
V of Memphis, and the paMK at lsrge, tbat he hat
moved from bl s oM stand, S87, ta tba bease lately oera
plrd by the Bank of Mempbl-,
No. 2GO fflain Street,
Betw en Court and Madhoa ttrets. eee aWrsaath of
Bensoa's V ails Starr, wbbh be ks, BHt-d ap st great ex
penee, to otntlaoe bis termer beeraeas at
In all Its Brioches.
Having entered apoa tbe fifth Tear af bit sate era la
this city, he wcnl-tieecl tally retara bit tlaore ikaat t
Uhlimanyfrierd. far tbe very ltaaraleaearaitBiest
recetvod. trnatlng tbat a reeUaaaace af fallbfel attsa
tloa to holiness, aad pa'tlag farth every effort to please.
oe may receive a jest snsre aaa iaerai nareasa or pat
ronage. Having s lsrge str-ck at tbe finest lej Donations
on hsnd, he Sstters htsta't that he will be able to meet
the wanta of tho roost faiUdleas.
There la watt ef tbe beet articles of EM Gloves sad
otter articles ot Gents FernlsblrE Goads, weald do well
to give aim a can.
Having suffered many heavy lesiee from the credit
system, he wcuM tnfo m bis Meeds tbtt beresfter ha
will adopt toe Cirti Principle at dates basloese no
gnds deilvmd astll para for.
Persons leaving orders who are it ringers. It will be
expected that a cepoett be made of oae-lhlrd ef the
amount of the order, or a .atlefectery ref ereaca Bail
ns hours S A M to 8 p M orTJ-tf
FOSTER & HAIL1
IVO. 251 MAIS STREET,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers
We are ia receipt ot tbe largest stock of
FALL AND WINTEE GOODS,
WE HAVE EVER HAD IN STORE,
fliETery Variety Ia oar Llae.r 81
MERCHANTS AND TRADERS,
ARE retpeetf aBy Invited to eaaartae oar eUck far tba
WHOLESALE aNU JOBBING TRADE, befera
TO BUTERS we offer every variety and ail styles,
made to ord r tar this market
We have refitted ear store for tba especial benefit and
convenience ef tha Ladles, ard shall always keep the
text rhllacelrhla custom week.
Our stock tt NESBO rB(KAXS ts very lsrge, and as
good ss caa be msaufaetared. sep33 3m
Fall and Winter Goods !
B. WALKER Ss, BROS.,
79 Front Row, cor. of Adams Street.
J. WALKER & CO.,
21T Main Street, opposite Odd Fallows' Hall,
C JL O TII1J9G
112 North Third Street,
ALSO, IMPORTERS AND JOBBESS
uooti aoa Mioes,
Ladies' Dress Goods, and
House FurnisliinB; Goods.
riasters, Cun try MerchSBts. and River Teasers are
invited to caa sal examine oer stock heore purchasing
elsewhere. B. WAIXRR & BROS.,
TS Front Row.
sept4 7 Main street.
CARPETS J CHEAP CARPETS I
TAPESTRY VELVET CARPETS,
TAPESTRY BRUSSELS CARPETS,
IMPEHIAL THREE-PLY CARPETS,
TAPESTRY INGRAIN CARPETS,
SUPERIOR ALL WOOL CARPETS,
TWO-PLY ALL WOOL CARPETS,
COTTON AND WOOL CARPETS,
STAIR AND HALL CARPETS!
Jast received, aad fsr sate at greatly ardecrd prices, at
ccS7 JfcXIXXEX & C'X'SL
Browiilow & Prync's
Held at Philadelphia,
For sals by
c2 Cleaves fe. VarJen.
Harness I Harness! Harness.
WX beg leave to call tbe .tteattsa at tbe nubile to our
large and v srrtrd asset Isseat f PB AY, 9A RT snd
WAGON HARXESS, of ear ewe mansf tatsre. wsM we
are prepared to furnish at very low rates. AB work
vimntea. Cso ant exsmtoeoar stock.
, , S47 (Main street,
gj4p Sra ol tt Ocileo -tliip.
in i i t
W. At'CBlCgEB...T. r.lttCXALL...E. W. BBO0BS.
J. W. M'CRACKEN & CO.,
W H O L IIS ALB -w:
No. o Front Bow, Corner of Court Street,
w 'ABTxd tO.OM ba.bels Deled Fetches sad Applrs,
far which tha highest marktt prlcals cash w IB ba paldT
D. H. TOWKSEHD,
- rlMlelUJ'w- -w-a - '
aV-E-BrfCf tf dTh tn Tn ITBaaaaaal
l" -ana. w fry Ji,
PROMPT attention given te 3torlag and SeUlixCotton.
WARD LAW BO WARD .WH. T. XOWAXD
W. HOWARD & CO.,
Cotton Factors, Commission and
. onTsmiuj, iizercniuxTS,
NO. 4 HOWARD'S ROW. MEMPHIS.
T BALERS la Xaexlsx, Scpe, Twike.Satar, OoSee, sfo-
XJ laaaea. auoe. xioar. Lard. Baooa. Macxerel. Bait.
Loodoa Porter, Ale. Wlae. Whliky. Tlaezar. lima.
Laad-PUstor. vjl OraecrSea geaeralty. A rood stock
sow on aano, aai rar saw at raasoaahla nruea,
E-Casb advances made en Cctum Is stara far sale er
silpiaeat. Oar Opaa FoBcy af lasaraace corsrs aH Cct-
on con-ltsra. to as by watery also, the risk of Fire
Oar eoramlsskiaa for starrne and aaoia. rntt.ii mva
k eat ter be 2 X ter cent. For recetvtar .nd mulisr
, '.ut, prr oaw een7.d.w
Oa Bank Avenas, between Madison and Menroe, (tha old
.,-oaec a-saeriy Ayoieit.)
VYv I AatBcfwiareortstcr a lire- atock
BESof Goods, aad cectUatly recall Ins!
52thn n, cossiitlnr la nart of Machine
and Hand Rope, rentnekv Rirrlor
Bacon, Lard. Brsndtes. Wkkky. sod wine. tseetb.r
with every variety ot Groorrlee, to which I ast coestaat
It adding. I hava alto the beet brand. r rrnirh
Jeiasaad Tlnseyt.r SEabargs, Ootten Tsrns, Ite. Par-
trcuiar aiicainn given io stoviag ana SeiUng Cettoa la
this market er for shipment lBnrne rn.d h-
the parties laterested. Orders eramntlT atleaded to
caast-aaeats solicited from mr friends.
-" B- D. wIKTERSMITH.
B. D. O00OLXTT..
........W. H. OOODLXTT.
GOODXjRTT & OO.
CEXEitAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Bagging, Bope, and Plaatatlon FflppHes,
NO. 33 FRONT ROW,
aur....a. -- ITCnEEI r. a.im,re
SAMPLE. MITCHELL & CO..
KAXIISUBST., TutRD DOAB BAST OF UNION BANC
. C TI S.S nivin am i w-.
ASUPPLT ef best Baggiag sad Rope slwsys ta store.
Orders for sappBes flued atth.l.weit caabBrlees.
"X SAMUEL A. W1UOB.
Xempbis. Latt f Asbe. WHsaa & Os.
IVORMENT &, WILSON,
No- 3 Madison Street,
TJ AGOING. Bope, aad Plsa-aUaa SapeUee furalahed
jlj uwwe,t ai r-joa aBtdawtBt
aareEos bill. chax. n. dobiois, jb.,
sneioycsuaiy. Late ct BoMvar, Tenn.
Offlcc, No. IS Front Row,
On 2i Floor of Mosby t Hunt's New Balldlo',
TTT1LL SS iHonlerj carefttny bJ g're prempt sttea-.
VV Ilea to any bosbiess eatrasted to them.
TENNESSEE, ARKANSAS, MISSISSIPPI
No. 23 Front Row, Slemphis.
WS wW take aetMsg bat GOLD AND SILVER or Hi
eaalvateBt far aaythsc whatever seed by tUs
II. A. JOKES & CO.,
Oa.-e, No 17 Mosby & Hoot's Block,
tS OatmgamaaMof every kwd sallcted BAGGING
sad ROPB, aad aH ether septates, istbUL-4 at lowest
r. la tic.
F. LAAE & 0.,
COMMISSION MERCK ANTS,
No 2 Sooth Sipb Union Street,
BAGGING. Rape aad Pl.Blatleasc
ScppiWi feratsbed at tba 1 vet M.r-lAAg
if: rate aBd llbertl tik adaoeiot
made on Oottea ta store
Oar charge for storage aad settler Cet'es Ibe same
as nereWf-jf-, sea. per bale. auaS-davs
L. stebtabt..... ....sf. c. xiao.
STEWAET & KING,
GENERAL ltECEIVLVG, FORWARDIXG
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, AC,
No. 4D Front Row.
office with j. w Mccracken & co..
MORGAN & CHRISP,
No. 47 faoNT Row, Up Staibs,
VTT All C- tloa coaslgBed ta as wBl be caaeredby la-
saraBc. aalees .thai a lie leetfacted. JTZV-Aawtai
1. L. WEBB.
. J J n-VLLiat.
WEBB & EAWL1NGS
Cotton Tactora JSSS
On door from corner of Main and Union ets.,
(Up Sttlrs ) MK31PHIS, TEXN.
PARTICULAR itlentVm paid to Bexetvtar. aad Far
wardiBg Goedi. setttag Grain, Baera, aad ill ktad, of
Fredocc and MsnafaetBred Goods. We also keep a (and
stock of BAGGING, ROPE, TW 1KB, BACON-, MESS
POBst, Ac, which we wtu furnish oar caetoeiers st tho
market value. AB orders prsmrtly attended ta.
a. o. towxiexd - c. n btbitobe.
TOWNSEND & WHITMOEE
No. 4 Banir. Avenue,
THRX3 DOORS BELOW TOR BULLETIN OFFICE.
WILL dva their be-t sUeattoa to IVeJVEI
iatiGm'9 f Cat tea aad other prodoce. im.t5A3
aaF a ?t , M.ti., i... .. j v.iIvBbbs
lag 75 eeats per bale.
All Cotton la store Insured aaleas otherwUe lnstrBeted.
CoBstantly aa haad a good sunety of Bagxlnjr sad Bepe
ana Twine. TUii3-u ft wuitmusjs.
Late ot Somervrrie, Teen.
Owen $r Oicen,
ForrTMrdlng and General Commission
XSTo. S7f3 7vraiTv stroot.
WE are prepared to give our nodi
tldaJ atteatloa to tha taring. Selllai
aad Shipping of Cotton. Tobacco, sad.
ether arcdace coosnal to oar care.
Also ta tbe Recelvtng and Forwarding of Goods. AB
Cortlgnmenta brBattswlllbe core red by oar open poll,
dea of Ia.sraace, and while la store b, ear Fire palter
ct latnraace, unless otherwise tustmeted. All lsttrBC
tlons praaptly obeyed, aad a3 orders tor Baggtsg, Rope,
and other Plantation Supplies fined at the lowest mar
Wa shall slwsys be prepared to settle an Cettoa sad
other taltaces, la accordaac with the ButrectUns of
ear patrons. aal4-twawdm
J.T. STnjlTTCX....E.M'BAVITT .... S- R. DCBICattX.
STEATTON, HcDAVITT & CO.,
Grocers and Commission iUcrcbants,
And Ageaisf.rGrtswold's Celebrated Improved Cotton
XO. 70 FRONT ROW, MS-THIS. TEXX ,
TTTlLt. give their belt attention to tha sua of Gotten
W aadoeber produce. Comsilssiotu for start-g.acB-
mg ana wetgBtng, .a cenxs per bate.
AHCeftearn store Isaaredcalessatherwlaemttracted.
WaaM lavl'e .Ueatwn to ihelr large stock orBag
gttg, Bepe aad Plaatattaa Supailes. jy3-4ra
I. L- VEBXEB ,
................... ja-iea n. aoauM,
Lata at DurheavtRe, Ttac.
VERSEE & B0BT7M,
Up SUks Mosby i. Hunt's New Block,
So. 17 1-2 Front Row,
WB will pay partlcolsr stteatlaa to tWBC
orders fcr Groceries, Bsgglng, Bope, tu.,
It tue lowest marges prices.
MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE
CHAIfGE OF SCHEDUEE.
fV sad afler UOKDv M-r . , ...
U Trams ea, thU roa.1 vfflrau foBc Z"
excepted :) -ws, (Sondsys
The Mall sad FaaeengrrTr-rawta leave Psaatode- .
7:13 a. M..and arrtre at BaapnWat lOttoTT?,
rrrcs tnyeltagea tha Man tr.tr eg epea, IirM
bam rs ani a baa la Memphis, aal retara im 1-
Passengv rTrara mskea etosa connaetlcai 11 :!,
with the Xraphlaaiid CiirteSsid ZTi'
a-tftheJUmp-ts aad Ohio BaUrcdS5g xVrUi. '
Tha Vraarat and Accommodation Trala Tteavee trw-A,.
Ut A. at., and arrive ra .UoTt
iu.k,u.miuH iciia. at and arrlr-.
at S ili.it " -.-- arnvaa
Tba Freiyat and Acearaw.f.fiA .
with Stare, ta and mm tin v.-.-VTT "
Preston aad. Grenada, tVrrt, ra-kag eaneettorS
ufiMroB Carroritomaad laxlagleaTnre-ttS
C-rATe iZZriZ: "!B -d far
McaM'r2!iUfctQm,l4,6a ' the
. T1 Is much rha sbortost route, aad Ba-sesaae. L...
tog Mearpht, by tba maralng trite trlTl?:
aramebw a . . -
., )mhm .iwia w y.
vm-lt H". BT. NEWELL,
ureat Eastern Boute,
3IEMPI1IS ASD ST. lOWS PACKETS
St. Akinis, Alton and Chicago
The Saortest and most Direct Route
To all the Eastero Cities aad Pri-eipd poru
Tnf,?T T wbfcn Fasseagen eaa praeare
Ticket, ta tba Bart. a. ,7 1 .VT
t.vA . PwBlvn frem st Louis rasahbsg Vsw
7irr-?'lm 10 43 hoa Iheerpoea
.Z,.?U2."'??.Si Lonl sad tbe Nam
1rr:r"'"7 -' 'e, arrive wrtbbs
ant .-in n , - " -n-aara aaas vna-
tbei "-f. ,na rMae their jeeraey al
raSj2iIUen?- 2-SE0sd far W dsys. Baggage
Oaecked Tkroaxh. T.n, ..-.. v- "r"7
Tl a ,uMa.yTrutV "X
er5 oSiS.-1 totff T i-Is H SB the Baat-
Tne Road his not aaffi mi i k. , . .
Bo-daad nasseareV; cr;..,. ,- n.
inr.-.j. m . aireaa saa
' .- -.-wrouie carries frem St. Louts
MI BICAX AND UNITED STATES EXPRESS,
GREAT NORTHERN & EASTERN MAIL.
JyrrtS "I"DJ tt PeareJ st
THa. H WILLIAMS i CO., Area
, . - Hwra-jesRew. -raw..
A COPPER AND IRON
First Prerstaa awarded at the Aiabami Stale
Fair, Noveroher 4ta, 1S68.
THERE are te oaSectlXrT-aeiil nje4 .r.tatA.
eommea style af Ltsttatog TBeda vis r ntlttk-
wark loose, and aeeselimes came aatirMy a'aart at t2
at weir eeeaaattBg power. Tbe. eerleas nbli iliia.
eaetiaseus piece, witboat break ur Mat at aar Umd
aad by the MJfu of Oepperuir nVanL.rt.
BEAD THB TOLLOWI.VO:
CaivEBsirr or Locisia.ia. x o
TM.-...,,. ...... D.eeabar27.ief7 (
T ts may eerrlf y. that 1 tm mmi. . .
Wlre-Repe LUbtBag Ceadacters, raiaafscTared ir
Messrs J A Bscea-Co.,lB tbla enr aad iiT e.5i
etuced, tbst ,a- re..Tve7y resfa? a Per!
-Tff. 'Al! 'vZtrrZZ, Tver tte
' i i.wbis aoout seven Hat i tbe een
daetlBg rawer at Inn. J. L BJBELL.
... Prs'easaraf Obeal.try.
MlM""-IDICAI, COLLIOE, Nov. 9 183.
BspeUgolaBigCaadater.preseBtol by Mr. E F. Bi
cob, of tbta ctty, I fx ly easear with Praf BWaeu la Ibe
aWve recei-mendtttea. JOBS u IIOINGTOX.
' Capper peesesses terra ibn ,,a-
ol lWSeitntiJlc Anerkm.
"Tkecamaundeatvernfereaaa aver tha Rods
enfer. Iu a,e..V o. PKayvxe '
PBICES 0 WIBE-SOTB LIGHTNING ROBS
One-Bf.h Copper. 25 eeats per See '
D,l,,rJ?W"'J1 V!f Ina- N ss per fart.
All Capper, $0 eeats per foot.
Points, $3 each.
The above orfc. Isel-.. e.,-.
Tbey wni slso be f erwarded to order wrlh prrateda,"
ton, or plllBgcp at . discount of flneeiT ptraTt
ward teem at tow-rates.)
Please caa, as above, aad exsmta. rpecieeea.. ir ad
dress bdvin r Bieov
A g.Bt tor tha New Orleans Lights In r Bad F.etary.
n'-'y Memabi.. Teem
ETERTFOMAMIER OWS LA, ITER.
ArnivATKueste in all Matters of Law, of esiea.
tlsl taterest tew&mn. ard . ia-
every reaate may, la wha-ever sllaatloa, aedarslsBd her
legal eeerse sal redress, sad be her ewa egl sdvtser;
asMslatag tke laws ot marriage aad etveree, aad rtMs
n tevrrny ia as tea SteCee mt taeEnlan
aad a tbawsad atber Items st bMbJ tuaiBMUaB, by
Gen geBlsbep. '
Webster sad Hsyne's Cerebrated Saeeebes IB tse Sal
ted States Seaate. af J.a.rv taaa . i t.i..
Spebea tbe Slavery Caaoramtia la' MM. Obrsp eal-
n is pep r
Davenport Daaa, a Maa at ear Bay, by OeUrax
Tbe Myatirlaee Mtrrtsg. a tne story.
The Opera Daaear. r tiui sr.-u.i-. nt taa.
byO w. if. K s-asa
xt Book af Madera rlir ml , m. . t. , .
oa boOdlBg Us ber. -Hh iBtes, iSe obeervsilaas. Be
withasiauaryexplal-ac tea treaaera! torsas ta aas
aaiaag carp-atees, byT. W. StUaw.y.
-" imi t ,ae narn lard. Beawstlc Aaasula, Ike.
Plaey Woods Tavera. mr n.m om- u w. u
"Be Ssytags sad Daiais af Sam stick K wua lo.
opInHa en mstraaoBy, by Jratge Htrrbarten.
.ersswgy CLEAVES - TADEX.
BT vktBS af a deed ef tract exeeatod ta me aa tse
Sth ArU. ISM, by 11. D. Va et. far tha beaaat ef
BBabaB. Trea-d.Ia A. mil T U r uj,,!, u
Dalbsak. sad rsrardrd In the Bertaler's assea or AbeJbr
JBBty, Teauesser, In Boek No. IS, pages US, 111 sad
wo. i snau, ea SATuBDAT, the 27i h dty at Navesaer
1803. prc-e-ed 'o irU r.r caib. ta fr.ni . a. utr
etBee, la tbe city or Me-nfhl,, tbe preretty tberets des
cribed belog Let xa - at tbe Bernard tract, freattag
al X feet on Daalap street, aad resets- baek SOU f et ta
an a ley. etaera-tac tfcedaeulBg beasa at pre eaat seen
p ed by raid it. D. Vance. The nsht ef rtdemptlea Is
expressly wstred ta Ibe deed. Tho title as the pt ecerty
ia faea. I shell esaiey as Trrilee.
-to H. LEIGH PRIDDT, Trse.
SHEET AND SHRED ISINGLAS6.
A PRIMB ABTIOLB.
Very exteas lvery need for
Blano Mango, Table & Wise Jellies,
And far JELUFTING PRB3IRV38.
THE SHRED, wtth dlrectteas ter a'teg. Is pat ia
i B PsckamferPasttrlTse. aed Is uM bv all
tba prtaetpb Hocer. sad Br-gctls threabeat tk
uann eis'.s. PSTBR 0OOT3R.
alt cam 17 Bsrtiag slip. New Task
FOR SALE BY
Cleaves & Y'aden.
A FTER 0.ik. bv WlkleCaWsa.
AA. WLdfl i. er, by the astber ef tba Hoase at
B aw aoa tbe Besegade ; S-'fjaet te BUI
eceaea as usericaz ure, ay ueo BMet.
Tbe rTo.er at tba Fkek. ty , leree Bagaa.
-HckMtckbae,br J.F. SmUh.
AtlceAraa. by J F Smith
Tel low Frigate, by Capt. James Srsat.
CarUbl sad Mstrlmray, by Balcrt Merrlt.
Tke luituie, by tbe author ef Qasts.
Base Fatter, by O. W. M. Beyaaiee.
Btaaa da Potrters, by Alex. Daa-ta.
Oaaat of Msrlen, by Alex Derail.
Mar lags, a Novel by Miss S Ferrler.
Iadto,sr bePeailcf Peail River, by Mrs. SsoUMreiek.
MIs4bx Srlde, by Mrs. Ssathwarta.
Lost Hetresi, by Mrs Seat-worth.
Carte ot Qlttoa, by Mrs SonKtwerta.
Deserted Wife, by Mrs. Seutkwerth.
Wlf-'s VJetery, by Mrs Southwarak.
Gtbrlf Be, by 0. Sptadler
Adve-tares ef Hester Saenrtet, by b wtea Marraa.
Salatbiei. by Rev. George Croley.
Hkle aad S-ok. by WLkle CoBtas.
Dead Secret, by WHkle CoBtas
Lave kno, by Henry Gecktea
Oorsslr. by Geo Ssad.
PbUllf R .la, by Ospt. James C at.
CyrJie, by Autaerot IaUiiis.
Wamaa. Life, by Emeus Cartel
Tke Al- Ma Ea-tar. OtrrJe asd Oaleadar at Lave.
Leia Maetrs'a Art of Beauty sew myplr.
n3 CLEAVES tt VABEN.
RED RIVER AND TEXAS
Rally Mail JLine!
VTX-' snd elegsat Fear Horse
1 a fleuliM will !.,- ,v- m ,h
ef Bed River EVERT BVZNING. JS
a tee arrival ot the MaB Bcat,
treat New Orleans tor Alexandria, Natchitoches, Baas-
eM . A Si, rf
With rear Horse Coaches at ChenvvtHe. Aleundri. mt
Shreveport, fsr an parts ef Xertkern and lutan TVr-
ss This crest route Is the shortest snd m st rsUahlo
For further lctennatka, spp! to
PKREIXS K CO.,
, . . 6T St. Charles street, New Oriesas.
Or to Poetmatters on the route.
-'T J. B. PRICE. Pnprietar.
Wholesale anil Retail
Conftctlonerits, Toys and Firworksl
Botween Mala and Second Streets.
tttoDLD reiprctrully caa tha attention at his na-
li meraosme -a. ana ui pteac In general, to his
large atsertment ot
Candies, Cakes, Sealed and Prese-vetl Fruits.
rieKies, itaisins, Uysters, Nats, Wises,
Cordials, Fireworks, Dolls, Toys,
Ac, etc., Ac.
Ornaments, Pyramids and Sappsrs!
PABTIES, WEDDIHQ3 & BALLS,
Mode sad prepared to order In the meat .lag-nt ttrls
and st the shortest sotlss.
Minco Pies fresh every day.
Country Dealers are erpxtatjr tavltal to call snd ex
amine ray Isrgs stock heme purchasing elsewhere.
Orders from tie Country Ba-ctssBj ijtfaded te,
r asm - - c
dircat Eastern Route
3T LOUIS AXD OHIO & MISSISSIPEI
HAViXii teen agpoued SOLS AGENTS, ws areprr
,512 w Tlpt threnfbr to aH tbe BA3T-SX f
u'1-3- Cattonaadan Berchaadleaanthe above Boail
-tl, . 14 CHEAPEST and MOST EZPBBI-I
rBlSlJ?Jc,":t"'a " COTTON ANB MB- .
e S '? ' AlJ- PflNtS NOHTH AND BAST.
miVki?i!?!?M'r of Jfvara aad -tasters
rll il1..,Jir1- a" t-vsntaga at beaxg. car
avaaittL '! ' EU frem St, Loefs, tsereby
iTit' eVrr "li eseast Bpoa
WWHOvTSlS tor' 2 "H""-
xy -ararmauaa SIT-n oa apatleat aa t.
BJV-4LA ALGBn i oo AreMi,
MOST HXPEDITIOUS BOUTE,
EASTERN & ATEANTIO CITIES,
MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON
THE re at ceopUilo-iLt the IiiI'mh m, .a-Vtr
gU aa B.Bt-ad Sara.. mm - - -
WASHINGTON CITY, . .
AND INTERMEDIATE CITIBS.
S&9 KUaa -wrtar
C? TBraaeA ta - na- i- i-.
Tbe advaatMWS aad satr-wtl at tbas aa
aave aaen aaare lated by tba
POST OFFICE DBPAXTJ1BNT.
Great Seativfrs Vmitci States m-hI
EaMretr rbroaab else- terrtfa-- v. -S
rb kabatBg aasaaaated by Servian.
TB'aary jaanaay Baeta rraa the SaeakweeA to hVt
aad to all the cetrbratad saedlr-Bal vuan -r T--..u
aadGearxH, - tTn ITmipbls ndfbsili sf D.Ban t
JW aeytwu taseaa a aeaaMM aad Sri . - -
- a wiy, a araaaaaa aa
Thraeali bsketa. as tuwmj
NASHVir.T.R. K VftW7 . v r.
ATLAJTA. LYNCH-! UKU, ,
as tbe VIRGINIA SeSLlWtSBi
'eketaaSaee has aeaaj rilsbllikLt at ew sa.,...
Xatebas. VtrWeers. XnfSFStSJL jlllaaltita-
at S r at., sateotac at aB tSattoBa.
THE ACCOMMODATION TStlV m t-.
pal. DA1LT (eaeevt Sasda.-) at 8:08 a jr.. far Baa?
arvWe aad Srasd Joactlaa Trllran. seMifan .miTT
GREAT SOCTBBBN MAIL TRAIN astW MliaSlaa-s
OBtral Baltivad to Hollv twi. "
OaBtoa, Jecksea tad New Orlaaaa. CaneeSsdaaTt
Sraad Jasetb witn tralm to BUInr, Jaeksaa
Retara-ag will leave SeeserrlBe sad (head Jato7T7
J09P m; irrirlr.t -M-nptleit t:T7 r. M.
ai iaea waa a oairy line at
niiaaai a. . wi i . in -
a ,a vr-K t . a.l. v.m . ---
,.IL?iA!icttt' tae avtraVre ,f
dapplna. at aay paint deatred. SaM at tba GafeaoS
Wonbeat sTatBea, sad at tbe MeeeVstl
Bach passeagar wlU ba slewed eee baadsed t Tits uf
baca-wst Baartksa wul be carried ubaaasaaaastbi
rlZt?'tW 'ha Beeeer. u ease -it
lw-i tbe Ccbuit wri ald lb a-ei,
aateeat not exaeedtag $108.
Jtagrses, wbea travenag alasM, atast have
SatBt to WbWb tba. ... tm mm , - '
kbattbay are to travel by retlseed.er -taer wj aat'ba
osfrtad. Xa ticket win be aald them. Bar wtB Ulr be
iscalred as tbe cars asleaa thatr aw aerer agest be arem
eat er known to tbe Ticket As-at, rjaBdectar, er etser
pen aa to Teach far a'aataraees at permit.
Kallread time I 20aiiL-jies tsatartkaBMeBtaMtteae.
July loth, 185S.
CHARLESTON & S AVAH H A H
THROUGH RATES FROM
JS li W Y O UU.
By SWe-Wbaet aad Sarew tH-irriblsi ks
CHARLESTON. AXD SATASXAH!
Tile foIIowiBtr Rntcs
GIVE See total eaat. say. StesBMara rressMs, Bnr
age sad Whaitaae at Cbarlaslaa asd Savaaa-B, aid
BaBraad caarje. trues Terk :
Ftrst Olaee. per IMlba. it
Seeaad Otaes, - - 1 sa
TBlrdda-'e, " ........ i 7
Baxes. Hit., - j ag
Baeeaal Batta " ft
CIssIOcatI ibe aftere ReHtevs I
FIltBT CLASS Drv !7ouds Is b,, uj k-w. . m
Fortes, Bl. and Ssaueeary. Baa,,, aae.1. lAaeri, '
2". . - bat' lea ; Ca-ip-eae aad Spirits TaTBesatae,
bsbarteaCaraetbg,Chma. eXass iad bUveiwirej Sasirf.
bsaases ; Csscks, Cu-fectkeries. Oattoa Oardst BnBsry! ;
"""k". aadbosss; Drags. Frails, Fratt Trees
asMtMraabe-y, Far, garden seeds, Leakbsg Stessee;
aad LwktBcSlasa Plata, tot awatfa riskj estsra, ba
cans aad Jars SaakSerr. IU aad BrltiialA Wire" Tea..
S ECOXD CLASS Bardware. faxcrst saak as sawMed
la Ftrst asd Tklrd tWee ) oe MttH. xiSSrji
-. . aaa prees ; usaarce.tBaaxesi.
Laatber oroilssadNxi.: oua. ta i ua.?
O eekery sadQsarn.wsre, in cruet asd easts! Bice,
.. 1, . . . , ri B .... mm yager.
THIRD CLASS Axes. Sbovale. HmWmm n.J.I-
aadTka la phps. Tba Plai-a, AavBe, Tleea,cs-ke et
Oabaa aad Here. M.nl la aad Oattoa Oeieeae, CaCea.
Heavy Caettaga. BUI Orerrag. C.rrtire SprHiri aed
Axies, Hauroad Wbea-i ashl Axles, Obiiri. Satkes. sad,.
Rosas is barralA
SPECIAL RATES Pur nil are aad Csrvtsges, bonds!
aad other IMbt artaiaa net asaaw ,ted j alwCarbaaaat
AcaS.. Or Otbe- CbrcUaai. WlU be abareed -v - -
wetfbt, st doable Prrtt Case r area.
t3 All sl.ltoa. aaX ipaii ladObsrteetem read' ba
twees Tsscamata aad MsaBpkh ebarged same as to
-aaavpat., au atataiaa taat er Tstsna-rli. same a te
rr Sktpm sis vti. Savaasak. .-..si ha -
Ageat Oastral BaBcoao, Saesaasb, Grfto.
rj-iblusiiBls -vto. Cbarte.Ua. abasM be eaastaaadto
Agast Seslk Caralis. BaBroed, ChatsrstoB. S. &,
a rrwta i ;w rare : ISBST TfSNCB,
Aewst Chariastos Use, H Bread sr.
J. A. S. JW11LBV
Aaasrt a.iea.b Lbaa. it. th......
asd Isral.k an aacaaMry shtpptBg IBsarsaattsa, Fretght'
r-BaaagwtUaatbenaiiaBattaaler da-ugea oeear
rkagatSea. Over -eharre. -n-ragt v-tadH mm stw.
TbaaaatrilgBad wtB traeo ap aH ntfulng gaeda by
eMser L'aa, asd it Bat tnad la thirty days artorBaMea,
V-M Vsg"' laPaT BaswEdbp
aHkiaetrUraman Caere af delayed gaaag, akat
Batiseba gives la tba Sw-ertottBeast of tba deNvert(
read, ertbe esiiisiesaa, laaraer tkat the caate et de
tasllsu msy be le-engsi-d aad leaedted
uhamljhs w. AXDBBSOX, Gean Agest,
Atss-lt P. o. Address, Xashvate, Teas.
NEW YORK & CHARLESTON
STEAM SniF ONE.
CM- $ '
Oab be bad by i.pilcatlon .t the KsBraaJ TUltt OScts
at ears patat.
-VTKWTORr AXB OHABLBSTOX Sate
At waeet p. a. MaB-IHBUhUs tBreaxh
OOLBMBfA. ICeB tots.. if. Berrr. o-
NASHVIL-E. Meataaa L. It. u..r." 72
JA3. AEH19B, lKXJten, R. Adiasa. ao"
-AJtiun, hbo teas w. J. Faster, do.
If AdS'. Wbarts erery WBDXBSDAT and SAT
HBDAT at Hsgb Water.
Tbese Slai. were all DoUt eipreiHy for this tee,
snd tar safety, speed sad sa-rt ... ...-Ti-T- 7Z.1
taut. Taab s isaemd wtth ever v h,m , . i..a, .n.f
steesa Camsssadsrs. wM toeare ir.-. oi . o- t. usa
erery oeeafert, BavtBg elegaat stste-rocm accca-l-medathms.
Fartrei-bt ar -aasaea. tui, to
HBXBT M1S6BO0N k CO.,
Jyll-tf 0mt T Adters Soa Wharf.
Late Armala of Boots and Shoes,
W lojacetpt at ear Fall aad Winter itoct
et 3OT8, SHOBS AND BROSAXS,to wbleh we -wesld
tavite ttteatbw. Wa bave tokas a-Sfsal psas
la gettlnz Bp ear stack wtth rererenee te tbts msrkst,
sad feet assarat BUt wa caa glva sattsf aetjea, bath. 13
prtte aad qaatHr.
Frost piaBtors, Rtver Traders, sad Merchants, gener
slly. we weald tersest an examtBattsa befsre saxehaA-'
lac TermsCssh,er eHy scceptances. "
oenlb-'o WALLACE At VAX?XLT.
Trunks, Valises & Carpet Bags,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
394 31 All, STREET.
1TT asd Ceaalry -Curcbaats sad tba
j psoBC tsseraiiy, sre vital toe-aa-lae
my stoek, wbtsa, ba qsauty aad
ebaB&ess, Is easal to say asaaataet-re
Nar-s ar wast.
palrtog deae wltb aeata-as aad dtspates. BSBs sact
orders promptly slleBdedta. deag-lr
DAMASKS, DIAF iS, c.
C0NSUMKB3 of KHSSARf' ,m IxvxNB, Mad
tbosadeslrs set eststeicx . .IBllWeflS ooemL
boukt see that tbs arUcv - -p in-ease are sa-kaf
with the faH aaa of tt i.
RICHARDSO aONg k OWDEN,
As a gnaxaatr of tse so jmsmss and JstittlBr eg aas
This eaaties Is rente ret eaeesMaBr aeeesssrr ss larre
truaatttlss ot baf erler asd defeeesve Meeas are pr.Bsrea.
season after sesson, sad sealed wtab, the name .t RICH
ARDSON, by li lib Basses, who, rtgaretett at ine tn
Jury thus la Meted aK as the AmertesaoeasaTser sad
tae manuxassBrprs er see Baaaaaa uooes, WBT not r'sdi
Ij aban4a s ass ! SB iS., w bee percba-era caa
tbsndta atjliinit aaBssWibli, wbse
imposa i yflk Ba-sfat swarthiest
T J. BBJUsKca a. 1. l
t l-ULVaMSBA -D-fP wBBBBBBsBsr sjb as. -KlaUm JjdJJJ
A-HBM, m cajarek UrcetNtv