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THE MAglgHpCSaPlLy APPEAL ;ST3pffllgi&9 rW 86(X
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' Beading-Katter on Every Pagf.
LargestGiicalatioa in the Ci.y
1EE AI1SST AJin AOCIITH PACKS.
JfV We lire freoueBt applications to know tbe
dm) upon wfescii we propose to furnish tbe
af weekly Arrxux durisr; the caapjipa. We
vlP til (Lia mstbedof Tee to an Inquirers.
V-daer. campaign payer will ed tie 15th of
vYeTtnber, and we propose supsdyHtg P
per lor three cents per cop. Asy person
' wisluaj; lie paper, tlierefere, Ms only to coast
the somber ot weeka interv-eeiBr; between tbe
. time ef ssfeserrbisc; aae. tke 15th ef Neresi
ber, nsttrtfctring and be will save tbe
nrtee required' for Ute time. For instiece, it.
P Vs. 8mt aabscriMas, twelve weeka et
', - (Ik easpaicji aba II remaio, tbe price will be
rnrty-la ceota, wbfch iatteree tiaes twoive,
Tbia ii a lew as we can afiM tbe paper,
andlbe jBlewelregJtB wWI ectaUe every
nas to oeterahte tbe prfee for tbe Mate be
wiefces to tubaeribe. Ctabs are solicited at
tbeae ntea. Let tbe tntb be ieeaiiBate4
tbroojoat tbe cowtry, and we feel arnred
tbat tbe.peafte wiB do right.
wississirri dbtiuuratic statu
Vi't liirt etttrtri Ut tittt ie bo eoscert
nS!SeV aaeiurvadliosiwtmi friesds with
Tfadfc ttie tfmt asd itee of koHlBt; tbeir
$tab canynMoa, for tbe porpoee of soaiaat
tag as cuctwal tkkot. After free iateieeane
of 'Hwsif-Vetb pereea aDd by
fipeo jf Kcf vat have bee Resetted, by
vriV.V jaatnutiwg all aectians. to sasc
fifcSJL a.e atare. aad Wedeesdar. the
!xb af Of Aojrait aext, as tbe Uaae forboM.
, iatt'W roeoeatioa. We bare been aaswed
tbaftfeh HM be acceptable to the tne and
, aierKac Dtmocracy of tbe State. Tbe 8bm
iMterrraiiB; will rtTeaaafc opportnaRy f or al
SijBMfar is of the State taaaad tbair dela-
- flus , asd Jt is well uiiikratoed that tbe can
vuiSafll aot actively rioantf before tbat
fuse. JZ(V fneada of Dovslas and Deaaocra-
tyj tbe CaaeUlatiea aad tbe Union, have de-
k terntaed tbat aiivtectoral ticket ebafl be or-
fwataed ia the sate, aad tt h desirable tbat
af Botcioaa of the State be represented in the
SreaaM etaweanan. LA all tbe eooattra so4
ap their dalegajpaaa.
RATI PI OAT I OX XBETl.t'G
The frieada aad aafportora of Has. Steph is
. AjJkcsus aM Hcxvhel T. Johsmmt, aoai-
iaee of tbe Batbaaal Doaocracy, of that
- icaai t, irttl bold a rasd ralificatioa awetiag
a- 'bat place, oc Thursday, tie 2d day of As
gwt, a: wbieh, aaiiaa; otbar distiagiiiebed
y 'apeaheraI.tbe rolowtatrcaa'teaieo are expected
I e e preaem Haas E. Jt YEaeaa aad Wm
VT. al Maapheaa, Cm. Ixt. H. R.
- " ytm,mC aMty&priass,eM.; Hoa. C. B.
- Prrsnav aja. JL T. Rooaairany, Tiaoi. R.
J rm, Bs., aad Hoa. W. W. Oct, of Har-
, OMtatMro' JaeMatwa, X. H.Prewitt, D.
Ii. Brraii. P. B. Faimn, J. C. Prewitt, A. S.
j rJeCXi W. Moapaa, R- M Craw, Jaa.
" X. Ig4)r WaHUa Scot. J. L. iaaUaa, J. &
Preiritt, 1). B, Gaily.
tt ii tfee parnose of the tne and Tenter
Tbcoct of Or Soto cMaty, Xtoeiaalpai, to
boB a' eooaty coaraatioa at Haraaado oa
Meeda.the fitb day of Aagast, for tbe par-
)Hoa of aatafrisg tbe nooaaaataeo at BooslAs
aedJeaxaos, and for tbe fortbar parpoae aTKtala;1e'Retee4dca)eof the
ajipoiatiag delegatea to a Stale eooventiec to
b,heM at Gresada, oa the 19th of A (,
ipxtwhicfa will derohre tbe Taspoaribittty of
op aa -electoral ticket in tbe State of
aiasipat. Every iaditidaat, be be 9eato-
erat or rfcs, fa reqaested ta attOBd tbe nest
Izf al Hataaade. We eajr to all, eo oat
ffeae yosr. farjB aad year workshops, aad
gireoac tif fct yocr tonntry.
TAST rOII'TIIB XATIOSTAI. II
We-3H"e hafared a-id reqaesteo to aetice the
foet'afcfit the aatioual TeaMcracy of Hay
Kvsdiatead -Is ctva a gaasftaoaa itabeoae at
S !,Vpatoa th4 h day of Aaratt aext.
tpeakere isvited are Hoa. W. T.
. 8. M VEacra, Cal. W. H. Ca-
,GoL W. W. Gti, Samvu. XcCcaxahxs,
Es., sr Kh; WAtKEa, Baa.
JOETioCRATJr .nBTfri"r ox tiii:
- ttmw nosDiv js accost.
a Oesaoeracy of FayMte eooaty, f avacable
H lyrviLA9 aad JoHXM.ar reqaasted to aeet
-iD oatetaiae oc the ist Moaday ia Aanot.
tec.aawBoac.af raufyaaa; tbe aniairirana of
ovous aad JoHxaoa, aad for tbe parpose of
' ergeawattoa. By taat toao the electoral ticket
( -for Bmu aad Joirnsoa ia this State will be
-4 R ATtOSAI DK JIIIC KA CY-"DrTllc;-I.A
J TbtaatiesalUeBocraJaaf Karaoataa eaoaty
fMfeaaieatedto neet at the eoart heaae ia
IS -iz&if. w Moaday, Aagast 6tb, ta rafy tbe
i P eBuihtiei of SovcLaa aad osmifooiaH Hoa.
D- "r, Hoa. Wm. T.Bbcwk, aad
S, ojHt!iigkW aaaakecs-iidN adaVetstbe
ATTtsmoit, latsHxzir. The frf;aaa
lfktbplacE aad AaxnaB tbair jasart.ara
. WcTUoi-, Swrtt Meaphat, oa MeaaVy-evea.
f" iac. atyigfct o'etock, forabe parpose of tsraipg
Soag;laa Ccioa CUtb, is araaote a ere
, "ibe ulactien of tbat eaiatat stateosau to tbe
I X jpreaAesry, i ad for the parpose of ofcaatza-
taaoia afSUte with aad aid tfaa Vaiional
" ifewocraUc Aaaoriatwa of Shelby Oaaaty,
aad'.tbe louiaa OeaMcrala of Teaasosee, ia
teradag the election of atepbea A. Oaaarios
-aad Heraehel V. JobasoB.
'" DWrOCBATICSTATB COSVnffTIOS.
STATE TJCKirrAOI.tATIiD. ,
We Teeterdey eveaiar -Teeetved a dVaaateh
'm, itoa Jfashrfile, from CoU Wji. A.Jaioll,
aWaeciai; that foil State eaaataral ticket
waa Teaterday asainatod. iSoL Wiuuk H.
m FeLcaad Col. Hair JC KAxciae-JCwereap-
IDjjktyiec'ors for tbe State at tettre. ' Both
-Aje attaner of a ail it y aad wji! aaake a
Tiiatics for dr,cns.
SsMreaaad Xor tba ArrxAi. is. to-
tail section! ot the ooeatr)', shewv
tbat tbe -good eaase ia saktag its
'ajMBaong tbe nassea of the people. Ia ad
os te tbe clebs, the receipt ef wbieh we
ifova tierstofa e acknowledged, we bar to leo-
er ear tta- ks tn Mr. R. tf. Ebwabb:, q.
teeiB4.eati i enneatee. xor a due or nana
l ieiscrrberj a' tbat oft re for car Waekly.
' - aatrxre aka indebted to Mr. Isrv. ITkuw.
FMtotoc. Miss., for a dab et tkrs at tbat
. scc lor our iri-weeKiy; aaat to Mr. B. P.
. . etgACZLzroac, of CvortiaBd, Ala., far a etobr
. . . . t . AM
hii oisce loroar xiaay. aacacn-
t? 4cr ef tbs progress of the Douocai eaase
r tSie beat ptarantees tbat the people are
t-jidy eitve to tbe Boaeatoaa iesaca whieb now
irirtrtat aad djvids tbe roue try.
e wri'ioe tbe above we have received a
f tren aubserieer totbe 'eaeBaton Ar-
. fasaat u by oar fricad Br. X. H, Bacwi
rdt (Sraad Jasottoa, for which we ieoder
tATALASOlIE A DOUCliXS Olt
CAtt. tl5 York TrKiiW, ef Tuesday lost.
liJ?Tbe rafancfte (Memphis) it the only
7fias ore" an we receive from T.nn.....
In evNeat that the TrUmnt folks, in looking
r tee Tennessee papers te aea bow tirey
tjieajtically, lighted on an eUxuafcer of
frfcf, pubhsbed about the'tlme'thit
r" could not find it is its heart" tofiad
: with Mr. Dot-oLAS, bat saw in bia an af.
fafiec retemblaface to tbe departed aage sf
Aland. Tbe mistaken organ otaboUtiecirm
rsuat lesrr. that since those days thtnge bare
takvti ton., and the JflmAr has J. C.
kEcsmrpCE, Joe Lake and the Memphis
ott-offcc for tbe present Trinity of its' w&r-
ARB SCHOOL AC-
We bave bad iT-SS 00 our dealt for toas
daj-s, the eighth asifea! report of the board of
rifitore asd caperlBteadeat of the ttapbls
cNr tteoTi,tc"fte aebeta'sHe year ysl eca'-
ed. A docaaeat socfa aa this we alway ' re
tSM with, cteat totereat, and If K give the. in
foraaatioB ancfa reports asMrlyeaetato, it be.
aaaea at a fatatrt day oat of thsttaest l"P"f
taat of aINohreea for tbe gaJdtnee of lie pas
of the local htoeariait Viewed aa a repertory
oejaeti - Eileeni,o'tb trassacttoas
aad chasers of the past year eeoaeeted wito
1be bMc acboola at the dta-, the report
aoaewhat disaBBoiatiaf from the aaall
lmnlt of tofwasttoastcoaUiBA. Ike total
namber of pnails adaitted dariat; the year It
stated te be ; the largest aaaberaf po-
pils receiviag edocation ataayaaenae was
1J0M; tte saiHeat-BtcleerJaar the decreased
attendance caased by thoboraiac of the school
rooms on Proasaaade street waa aiae
buadred and six, at which Baabar H
stoot oa the Brst aad sbtrteeath week of
tbe aessioas. Tbe greatest aaaaber tbat ever
artaally actesriee la ahy oae day was 896; tbe
saaflest.Begiectis- tbe fear weeka as Defer,
Jt. Ibc areneedaay iHandanae was 8011.
The exaeasc of edncittnc St chddrea for 9$
wcecs waa or SMf eacb child.
But few of these fierores are errea 1b the re.
ai- we bave bad to eareatate for oarseeve.
reneral to ksow that edaeaWon faraished at
ow.aabei sehols eosta thtojy doHara per pu
pil far thirty-six weeks' iastnKUen. Tbey
caa oeaaare the exaeata, the Hoe, A&d the
quality of tbe isttractiOB, with the aaae UiiBfl
iB the pnrate seboe4. od tbas fora a very
Mr estiaate of tbe reiatire coadtttoa ef oar
coaraea aeboel aa coapared'wtth tbe private
irsiea. We atay Teaark tbat It is tbe
eastern ia cities where eoamoa reboots are ia
saceesaial operative, to hare dhaai at a pitri
et tsceHrnce Tx) prrvate teachers barbie; an
eomal aaasber of papHs can hope to surpass.
Tbe dasaMcartoa t papits, aad abfer. atriba-
thaBac the teaebers, ia more systematic
asd complete tbas it eao be to private .schools,
where the aaae teacher will bave papUs wa
der hta care la every stage of progress.
The report baa aoae very pert reaarks
respeotiBg the aVteaee ef beildtsgt for public
schools ia the etty; tt observes that 'It has
bees raBg a reproach lo Menphia tfeit ahe
does sot em a solitary sebaal afldiBg.'
We wash a atateaeat bad btea rircn aato tbe
aaeUtates for school beases, where they are
IBM ted. bow far they aboaad or are deheleat
ha the atcoaaaaatasBs reeatred Hi a teaple of
reuaiB. We shaahl like to. kaaw how the
papth are atcoaaedilsd with space. Teatila-
tioa, eoaveaieoces of atady, uraston
daaaea, etc; these Batters are importaat, aad
ace eafcalated to aatorialiy affect tbe welfare
of tbe reheats, and to tors public aeDttmeat
with T recoct to thea ta a right dtrectJao. It
is a abasae we hare bo peMta school beates,
aad the shaae ia ot leaseaed by the eha&iag,
eoateaataaas iadiaVreace with which tbe
groat sabjeet of pabHe edoeaatoG has
hitherto treated ie the board at Bayer asd
ahteraeB. Whea a' atteaat has beeo aade
to tors the ateatioB of tbat body to tbe Beces
sety ot appropriatiag aoaey for tbe parpose of
baiMtec; paUic schools, it has beea atet with
preaa et poverty aad allegattoas aboat debt
Tbe city was poor and could sot aaord
to build pieces 1b which tbe cbildrea af
ber cifiaeaj lalght receive educative. Tbe
pleas waabtjbave htenaaple if appropriatioBa
for ether caVieiSjtud. btea refesed for the saae
raasoa; boihe y-w-f e set; ateaey waa voted
awy,eveajd exhtaragaBee, by the very body
oimmOuVn'HM refft;t 3ci;t the eaase of
peyaaeWMeBneat beeeath toe tatered
Esaatte of pererty.
Bbe ashasl heaae aaestton MtH coae before
the- preseat Wsrd, aaal from what we bare
faeea et the board, we believe it will aseet with
a respectfal heaifas; a privilege too often de-
aied by precedlag raanrlls. There ia sew ia
the beard a gtaeleaoan who was phraed there
by toe esHiahteeed cKHee f toe-foueth wird,
aa the tapersesatton et the oaestiaa et pablic
education hleapbts. From tbe preseace et
0c Mxaaiix is caasdt we beee far aaaeh. He
has already atedaced aa toiBresstoB oa tbat
te. He IseashewB a vtear aad a djaaadty
gpese watch promises aaaeh tor what
be takes la band. He wffl deaaad aad
obtaia for tbe question of school hoaeea
fat tbe (eoae.aad da Kfhters af the peo
that iaeapeatral aetaatttoa Js daratty
aad haportaace require. We 'now that
oar citr treaeary is aot overiowtag at tWs
tiae ; we do Bot forget tbe fact tbat tbe pres
eat eoeacil protests acaiaet tbe errors et Hs
aa-adtasttars, aad faad prfcedto ralreacfa-
mpmum we saf to ceaaeH, oe aac refuse
moaey to schools oa the plea of poverty aad
theB give the lie to the plea by rottog away
tboeseBda to other objects. Taere Is bo object
store pare, lofty aad deserving of consider -
tiac tltaa, that at pipaUc eoacattoB, aad if
ahy approBriatioae be vend tbe carreat oees
coaaoa schools ataads last; tbe arst elaia
aaat'B wah, rapartoace aad tiaai. Let tbe
paMie seboon be fairly dealt with aad Bet
pooh-poohed away with bellow aad deceit oi
If there exists a eoatfspt far ea-
a betrei et edaeaatoB, a dislike
to aeatal cultivation, a desire to keep the
atiade af tbe ristag gaaaratsoa of Memphis in
darkaes, a wish to aake knowledge a privi
lege to be aoaopolited by the rich, let it be
e eeclared; let aa hare so evadtag tbe ques
tioa, ao Mippint: away from tbe issue.
-rx. iSF .tj IL. - - 4 ,
iur it pm v, twajvsei cimcif roaaiHH-
eatire, it very sag;eattre, and we should bke
to say autre to eoBaectioB with tbe subject it
calls ap ; bet we aaet eooteat our selves with
aae mare resaark the report is deadest is its
BBaseial departaeat. We bare tbe expense
of tbe scbofastle year siren, aaaaatiBe to
523,805 3S, aad a atotcaaeBt of tbe amount
receitedbytheeoaatytantee, $5Mg.E5. One
or two etber iteas ob the debtor side ot the
acconat are BKatloind, bnt' so ejcbtbtt of a
bateace as saaalc. Oa lawaisg to the Sttb and
seventh aaaasl reaatts we bave aot the sixth
by as we Sad a similar deficiency. Each
yeir ooiy one side of ttu accooat faivea the
KpeadhtoMe. Speaktog et she aaheai aecounl
wrtb the crty corporiUoa, the report of last
year aayj : " I have set beea able to aseer
toia tbe eenectieaa aade ap to tbla daU."
Tbe present report sens bare set bees
able to aaeertain tbe present state ef tbe school
account with the corpora tios," Why aae
year alter another it is iapOnaMe ie f araiah a
fall exhibit of tbe receipts as well as of the
eytnaaa, tbe rpor does aot la f ana as. Aa
we have alreadv ebrrd- Htee aWnraimti
"'atfu-e-a' btotoriea! raloe. aBdaaTeVissh set
b6aeieat in lnportao' partrcatars.
nuoaus I.VTUK COTJSTISV.
Evideacet ef the crowing popuUritv ef Mr.
Dorauis are peariaa; ta apea aa daily. In
eearersettoa with a esaaie et frieaas yeeter
day frea the coaatry, we were a seared that ia
the Firat civH aatrM Ik tfea ceaaty net aere
thaa Three VMceaftBteaz men eotttd be
counted. Ib this district Mr. Ceanix received
seven rotes leat year, and from present indica
tions asd pre spirit we eaa aleaest with safety
predict tbat tbe rote et Mr. Bbeckixbime
1 to thtoenuaty acyi rery UtHe exeel that of Mr.
A friend writtog for a tapph ef Mr. Docc-
tA' great apaeeh, fraa Leijbton, Aft, says :
" Dooclas stock Is looking ap in Alabama.
Job, hjlthsir Uam a; in Noreaert
A&oaW Mejid,' wtttiac m'ir4m Tipton
county, ic tats .Stale, sari: "The Deatecraej-j
or tats ceaBAJ.are war lor Douolai and
JHss. ' I do not tblak titer e ate ntty
BazcKUfaiBSE aea ia the eeaatf. Myepto
ee ts that bVtf tHA eat reaetton in farar et
BeoaxAa. The weak-be leadiri took toe
start, aad eadea-"vd ie ataaftraetare paUk
optotoa adverse to BecsiAa, bat I think tbe
sober second thought at tbe feooe ajtd sbuw at
toe coaatry is rapidly manifesting itself, tt
is a grearhame fertbc iAtuh?jablt the aeble
JtaaauaUe ahto ef stale aaeald ae aabVr on
aceoaat of a peer, Bstte4e,Veateapetble po
litical absUacaion. MUscIsm? I, for
aae, pretest agatest eoek baitectgaHoit, asd
from this to the day ef election sbaH exert
.vhateaer JaAaaace I y posaess ia faror of
e Vegater 'gtmlnns of the ijaWaorr cow
I'I BUQ BtscrMorf.
A pablic diseassloa cf tbe fellewiBg aaes
tton will be bad at Sielby Depot, ea tbe
Memphis asd Ohio railroad, on Beit Saturday,
tbe 4th day of Aagast:
' 'tit K not bbe wisest policy of the people ot
asd lUascHEX Y.tuaax for toetoesMeneyf
and rJcf-acesideiicj- at e Untttd SUtea ?
Tbe aSraatire et tbe auestien wMI be
aaiBtainedby Mr. Job Bnowx, Wac Caoex,
Esq., and A. J. Keixek.
Tbeeegaitve tef ttoeoaettfoa' btiMr. Tset.
SrrEcaen-, Joiix Sieutaaad-Drt HAEariex.
Tbe ranKr are invited to attend. ,
The diecusefefl will eataaeBee U o'clock,
Tee tboaeand copies of Judge Booolas1 re
ply to Hon. Jrrr. Davis In tbe U. S. Seuate,
are bow for sals at tbe Atteal coa&Hnrroom'
at SIM per hundred. Wo would be glad to
supply DetmrAS assoeUHoss asd clubs la this
and the adiofning States s and if tbe number
already printed does notaaffice, we will print 1
a, re. Send ,n vonr oM.e. ;.L.. ' P I
, 1JJ,1., uci.T
Acccarafcc to -prevloas notice there was a
meetinr tbe rutlooal Decjoeracy held at
LooxsbOBi, He Sato toonty.'iMlstlstlppl, en
the d iBsU, for toe parpoieoi ruij.uSi
.omtnsboo of Stephen A.-Doaglas and It v.
for the presidtacy and Tiee-preeldency.
'Tito aeetlBg was rgaolij4 By calling Jaa.
Garrett, Esq., to tbe chair, and appotntlng G.
A nseton waanade aad carried, tbat tbe
chair appoint a committee of fire to draft res
stations expressive of tbe seate of the tneet
inr. hereupon, toe following gentltmes
were aaBeisted : H. T. Cote, Hon. Samuel
Mathew, W. B. Hawkins, E. Carter and
Daring the absence ef the ceaaaHtee, Jadg
Mesley, ef HKBasde, bateg caHad oa arose
and addressed tbe aeeting to a short aad trg.
aeatative speech, estabHihlDf, beyoed
doaht, that Bevclit aad Jehaten are the rtga
lar aoaalaeea at the TeBeratlc party far tbe
presidency aaat vtoe-prealdeacy, and at sach
Bvartt the aaJrage af sit trae asd tofal Demo.
Tbe coaHBSltoe ea rttetettons baviBg re-
torBed, reported the feUewing resolutions for
Tiotred, Tbat we, a portion ot tbe national
Demoeraer or Ale soto eoanxv. awnuiur; ot
the Bae heanred asages and principles of oar
partr, bail wttfa delight tbe nomination of
atonoen a. uovhi oau xi. i . nww s
candidates for Prtsidest and Vice-President of
the United States, and hereby pledge ourselves
to use all honorable meant to tecars their
election ia heveaber next.
UrmlrtJ. That lime has more four proven
to as tbat satire non-lBitrvention wHb tbe
subject of slarerrin tbe States and Territo
ries by Congress, as enaneiated In tbe compro
mise meatares or isau ; oy me iiro etek po
IKIcal parties of the countrr ia 1SS2; by
the Eanaat-Vebraska bill In ISM, and in tbe
CinciBcinsati platfora ct ltoo. Is tbe only
safe posttioB for tbe South to occupy, and that
tne recent atteapt to aaopt a soaioern sec
tional platform and place upon it sectional
candidates, willstiil farther alienate tbe two
sections of tbe country from each other, and
if tber succeed aaat end in the destruction ot
Httolred. That we emphatically condem tbe
coarse pursued kr Mr. Ba'banan and his Ad
ministration In tbe nnatoral warfare waged
aeainst Mr. Dooglaa, by throwing all tie ra
ver and natrona;e of tbe Government on the
side of tae Black-ReniblicaBisQ in tba con
test tor tbe Senate in Illinois, and tn carrying
out this nrotcriptive policy in the removal ot
WrHiim H. CarroH from tbe Memphis post
office, became he bad tbe manliness and inde
pendence to tblnk for himself, and spurn
Executive dictation: and we farther protest
against tbe policy shadowed forth in the late
stump speech of President Bacbanan, that is
to sabttftsle a congreasional caucut in lieu
ot the national Democratic cosrentioa, in
order to nominate candidates for tbe offices of
President and Yiee-Preiideat ef the Uaiee
Sutlrei, That the chair appoint fire dele-
getet to meet In 11 eraando on trie rns or vuan
aext in order te appoint delegates to a Stats
convention to be held at eacb time and place as
mar be a treed epos, is order to make up an
electoral ticket for; the State. And we urge
upon ear friends In every district to boM meet
isgr and appoint delegates to said convention.
A motion carried that the resolutions be re
ceived, and tbe committee discharged.
A BaaGoB beisg made and seconded tbat Idle
rseehattoar be adopted, the Hon. Samuel Ma
thews addressed tbe meeting, warmly advo
cating tbeir adoption. His argameaas were
plain, logical and eonctaslre, eloquent and pa.
triotie, dealing oat death and destruction open
WHHam L. Yancey aad bis coBfederates.
Ob the eoBCrnsieB St Mr. Mathews' speech,
the vote was takes on tke adoption of the reso-
rotioBS tbey were aaaBiaoasly adopted.
Mr. Duncan, being caHed on, came forward
and addressed the aeettog ia a few appropri
ate Te marks.
Ib compliance wito the fourth resolution,
tbe chained n apa stated, the foHowing geatle-
sen to lepreaeat aa to said ceanty convention :
W. T. Cole, J. N. I. job, J. R. Carter, R. C.
Garrett aad G. W. Stalans.
A aotion was aade and carried tbat tbe
Meanhia ArrEAL aad other papers friendly to
the electioa of Douglas and Johnson be re
qaested to publish the proceedings of the meet,
On aotion tbe aeettog adjcarBed.
JAMES GARROTT, Ch'n.
G. W. Stalass, Sec'y.
Looxahoha, MlS!., July 3, 180.
tiik uiifiiiiesoc iji:tvviii:.x TJO-
1SO A THiyfi TOLCKTAR1LT AND BMHfi
FORCED TO DO IT THIS IS THE DJPrRBBNOK
arWXK THK BaKOORAfSC AXB BBBCCIN.
"The stone which tbe builders rejected is
become tbe bead of the corner."
EotToas ArrrAL : Secfa is tbe caption which
tbe eeeaseiea organs give to the platform for
which another was substituted, practically
tbe same, by tbe Democratic convention at
Charlesies. The chase which foMewt is the
"chief et that corner" ot tbe Democracy
which sloughed on" at Charleston :
Stitni, Tbat it ia the data- ef the Federal
Government, in aH Its departments, to protect.
when neceaitry.lbe rights ef persoas and prop
erty in tbe Tentteriee, asd wherever Hs con
atitotieaal aatherity extendi.
Before ceaparing the platform of the "cor
nered" wtor ot tbe Democracy, with that
which the Democratic party enacted at
Charleston and re-adopted at Baltimore, we
weald state tbat the secession journals place
iefnite stress upon tbe fact that the rejected
ttoas were propesed by a " motrify of
the committee," though the Democratic piat
feta ea which Douglas stands was adopted
by a large majority of tte renmiisn. This
eofflmatiee couH set agree for three days, aad
at last, to order tbat a platfora might be pre
sented to the coov.atioB, a Douglas man.
dark, ot Missouri, vote I for this " corner
steBe" ef the secessionists, and when K came
before the convention voted against it. Tbe
majority of a committee was thus obtained by
the act of oae who only proposed by this
means to tave time and not to give expression
to his own seatieeBts. In point of fact, there
fore, tbe secession platform waa not approved'
even by the majority ef a cemxiKiee.
Let us suppose, which is te suppose aa ab-
sordrty, tbat Concrete shouU,in tccordance
with tbe demands of tbe secessionists, enact a
slave code for asy Territory. The Tery first
erttvee wbe sought to take advantage of such
cede mast needs do so through the agency ef
the territorial federal courts ; the ease would
go by appeal to tbe Supreme Court, which
would be called apea to decide whether "the
oauaiwnatsnal power of Cengrrit tzttaded" to
bbe aabjrct ef slavery in the territories. There
is ae device peesible by which the secession
ists caa evade the necessity of having this
question at popular sovereignty settled by the
courts of tbe coaatry. Tbe " corner steae "
platfora as quoted adaita this.
Tbe platform of tbe Democratic party, wisely
aad justly, aa it saouM, states tbat this ques
tion ef the power of Congress to protect sla
very is the terrritoriea shall be decided by the
Supreme Court, aad that wLatever may be
this decision , tt shall be enforced and deemed
final. Tbe sectistoaiets must gs to tbe Su
preme Court ; the Democracy profit to do so.
What then is the startling difference between
the two platforms aa the negro question ? It
esseiitt ta nothing bat this : There are many
ates we regret to krw It who are reselred
to destroy the Union rather than surrender tbe
spoilt. If they cannot retain places and power
ader ear great Stpabth, they mast fatten en
the apoiis of multiplied efiees in a southern or
half a dozes southern rtpaeikt. The people
eouai bave Be better eaptoyaeat than to pay
taxes to supper: Yancey's or JeC Davis'
oeatbera adaiaittrattoas. To arrive at this
state et things, the peMticiaas saw the lecei
stty of first dettreyiag toe Democratic party,
aad they effected this parpose by means of
a quibble too empty asd tntirnlbcant.
to attract tbe respect af thtoVrnc mtn.
For fear ot alarming the people, tbey propose
to create a aeuthera cecti.aal party, and make
SreckiBTtdre a tool for this parpose. The;
do Bet, as bold, fearless, honest men would
bave dene, Beminate a man for the presidency
who represents tfeSr owa epinioss, who Is
aVntined wHb theij'Jrke Davit, Hunter aad
Brown, but take ap a man who is only fa
moot for bis isbertUBce of a great name and
tor the sublimity ef bis lack a man to whom
all Douglas men at tbe South looked as tbeir
caaddeje for the vke-presidcnejr. He mads
LVafdas men bis dupes by bis speeches and let
ters, aad Bow, he, ia turn, becoaes the dupe
of the seceseieaittt.
Oa prtociplfF of coamen practical sense
iejBsfU aaatt that peHfteol parties bad
seatebt to da with essential udtrioi questions,
yet, ta the face of this, tbe pretended ultra
southern patrtotsjnestroy in such an issue, a po
litical party wMcb they awear ean alone save
the country. If they be net ditanloniata yvr
f, I cannot recognise such men by tbeir acta
e whole aam and aab.lancc ofjhedic-
rastien of tbe Democracy coaaista in this,
that the politicians and ofScebeldera bated
Daarjai mere than tbey loved their country or
their party. They feared him, and combined
to destroy bim without tbe abadow of a tangi
ble, practical pretext." Tbey bare now
combined to delude the people by making thea
bcriere that there is a fearful difference be
tween going roJuafarify to tbe Sepreme Court,
and being forced to go thtre, far this ia the
only difference between the two platforms, in
the opinion of a
Proceeds of tbe talcs of public lands during
tbe past i ear were lets than In any year, with
one exception, tbe year 1841, ainee the Tear
Tbe amount received last vear waa
flo7' ii5.4 ""eiM0",' T,eU'd
,'".'R'i- Mluovl $3X3 26, Loujana
w,is, and California $12766.
The Wlowlng from a recent Plkea Peak pa
per, tacDenrtr City iVicr, gives lis a lively
Urea ot the excitement tbat exists among the
goM lionters. The caste of "ihe rnsh" was
the ftct of extraordinary discoveries o'n Cher
ry rlrer becoming known. "Daring Sunday
afternoon,, there was a general rush to tbe
scene ot operations, and we learn over a thou
sand claims were staked out. Picks, tSovels,
and pans were in deaaad j water claims were
sought after, and many who were btfore
unmed to bard work might bars tern aeee
wHb coats off, and aleerte relied up, Industri
ously penetrating tbe tab-sell. From Ave te
eight cents to tbe pas was found In a Bomber
of Ins ances, and one or two dollars gathered
by a hrky few. Moods y aeeni&g opened
wrtb a rath to tbe (HrglegK Qlerka In seme
at the ttoraj a'.asjaedtd and a. theatriral com
pany tkat had ordered bills printed far a tour
te the mountains cousterautBded tbeir orders
and proceeded in a body to the new theater ef
operations. Claims were bought and sold at
advancing figures. Claims bave been staked
far alx or eight miles along the creek, and
prospectors are still moving up Hs course."
Tbe visit ot a "real lire prince " bit been a
aubject ot no little trouble to some of the colo
nists. The Halifax Jrtedian Rtctnltr sayt :
" It ft unJenlible tbat a large proportion et
tbe people Ib this ronmanltylataginsthat they
are going to be 'cheek by jowl with tbe
Prince of Wales on bis arrival here, and tbat
hit royal Hlgbneai will be accessible to 'all
sorts and condttfoat of men 'tad. weaen-as
an Itlnereat lecturer upon phrenology. It Is
understood, however, tbat na one will be
allowed to speak to his royal Highness so long
as be Is bis royal Htgbness, aaless be ad
dress hit visitor first. When be becoaes Lord
Recfew Simply, as a Canadian comp. sltor
called him, any one may open the eonrer
The German papers r elite tbat recently
there arrived at one ot the first betels of Ber
lin, a most elegant traveler, fresh from Cali
fornia. After affecting far halt an boar or so
the most aristocratic of airs, aad aKecetfaer
behaving like a Russian boyard with thou.
sands ot serfs trembling at bis back, be ap
peared to the wondering waiter! aaone of their
former co-operatives ia the service of tbe
establishment. A tew years ago ba bad been
boots at the hotel. He bad left for Call
ferala.and cams-back tbe millionaire.
The Fnlt of Zalileh.
Oorrefpoose&ee f ta tniaa Tfftnri 1
Everyone Is now absorbed in the news about
tne fall of Zableb, where lite to six thousand
ubristians bad for live or six days been hold
ing ont against an immense bordiof Druses
from the llauran aad from Anti-Lebanon, as
also or Kurds and-Arabs from toe-desert. Tb
Pacha of Beyrout, at tbe urgent and repeated
representations of the five'eeneuls-genera'
representations made team and aealn for tbe
la it eight days seat off a aaall force ef three
hundred soldiers and two guns to drive eff tbe
Tke troops left this at daybreak oa the lTlh
and aixht with ease have reached tbe scene of
action next day very early, the distaste from
this to Zihleb being but 33 English miles, of
watee. 2f are over an excellent road. But at
seven o'clock tblt morning the force was still
halted at about half way to their destination,
proving tnat tneir betn; sent at all was a mere
blind, u zabiea has fallen, tbe wonte horde
of miscreants tbe very scum ef these"Te.
glens will no doubt sweep down on'Damas
cua (they would come to Beyrout were it not
ror tne men-oi-war now nerej, pillage ami
Burn uit place, arter putting every Christian
in tbe town to tbe sword. Bu' the fact Is. that
the Turkish government bit called into being
a devil, which they cannot bow set rid of. In
tbeir fanatical baste to strike a blow at, and,
if possible, crush forever tbe Christian popu
lation or i.eoanoo, mev mvoten secretlr the
neip or toe ureses. Knowing tnat tbey could
not laemseivea act openly as Wet wished
having the eyes of Europe open them. This
Druse weapon baa served tbeir turn, avl served
It only too well, for they now ere puzzled how
to isy it asiue.
Three months ago all tbe horrors ot this
civil war might bare beea saved by tbe most
ordinary esencr-oa tbe part of tbe Pacba
zteyreuc urged By all trie cossuH-geBrral to
inquire Into the murders talcine place ia Leba
non warned jgaln and again what must be
toe consequence it Druses were allowed to
murder Christians, and Christians Drases.
with out any more notice betaa? taken of each
events thaa if dogs of different breeds had
every new and then killed each other be ob
tiinatelr refused to move in tbe aatter. seem-
ingiy giaa tnat urines aad Uurtstians were
workiac; each other1 enter eniastion from tbe
land, until at last the Same broke forth, when
be did aH be mid to help the Drases. bis sab
ordtoates in tbe interior doing more thin their
Tbe American missionaries at Daetr-ei-Ka-
aar bave been obliged to remove to tbeir sta
tion at Abeieli. three hours Bearer Bevrout.
the former place being considered ne longer
A French saddle wheel corvette arrived ves-
trrdy, and her Britunie Majesty's steamer
rireny lert lor sarveyiar duties oe Use coast.
We bare now ia tbe roadt La Zemohie. French
SO-gus frieate, a Russian of small nice, Ea-
glira steam "toon Genset and eaaaeat Mo-
bawk. besides French steam brie Li Sentinel Ie.
and paddle-wheel corvette above aeattoaed:
ib ail six men-of-war. atoaatinc about 130
gttae, and ha viae- 60 sea aea.
As I write, a metre Hae-af-hattl shin with
Enclisll colore is oniaar in under sail from
tbe north. Bat we bare not a ma a or a cua
too much; for wnat between tbe ferocity of tbe
blood -thirsty Druses, their lore of plunder,
rapine, and every horror, sad the obstinate
detetmhiattcn which tbe Turkish authorities
bave shown to help tbe deatruelisa of all the
Cfacistiane, w are not in a happy petition.
Tbe fall of Zialeh places Daaa'acur at tbe
mercy af tbe Drases and Moslems. At Zableh
matters are quite as bad. and we expect every
bottr to bear tbat Ibe Druses have nut name
five thousand Christian soils to the sword.
When the news of Zibleh bating fallen reached
oeyreut last rngBt, and it was known tbat the
Drases were surrounding Dbeir-el-Kaaar. I
volunteered to proceed there with a small
escort, and brin; tbe Christians down to
Bevrout. The Enrlish consul seat ae a vrv
civil answer, and it is quite possible I may
start to-night for the place. MiscreaBts as
tbey are, tbe Drutes respect, or rather fear, a
EareeeaB, and aliboeeh no native Christian
could show his face within the limits of tbeir
districts, I dost believe that with a suitable
eseert of Moslem horsemen Ibere would be
asy danger, albougb no doubt tbe Druses
weald do their utmost to murder tbe refugee
Christians on tbeir war down. But mark-
what I say, horrible at it is to contemplate,
we shall yet seethe Christians ot Dfaeir-el-Ka-ear
murdered, tboueh tber are onlr seven hours'
journey from Beyrout The English, French,
Kussisb, Austrian and Prussian consul-een-eral
bare again aad atrain. within the last
twenty days, demanded from the Pacha of
ii ey rout an escort of soldiers to briag tbe ,
meir-ei-Kamar Ubristians down to this nine
but their demand has been each time either
ended or directly refused. Nav. aere. to mr
certain knowledge, some of the Christians of
DBeir-el-Kamar managed to provide aa escort
for themselves, and the Druses being all
away from the vicinity were readv to .larl
down to Beyrout. But tbe Turkish governor
ot the town ordered them not to leave the
place, givinc as a reason that if they did so
the other inhabitants of tbe town would be
frightened, and a panic would ensi.e. A panic
wsere men's lives bad not been worth as boar's
purchase for tbe last two months ! Now, it is
a bard thine to sav. but it Is the simnle trn'S
the Pacha of Beyrout, and every other I urk
tsh authority is Syria, bare from tbe rery first
shown a wish, nay, an eagerness, for the
Christians to be butchered, white toe Druses
bare throughout been the willing Instruments
of murder in tbeir bands. . .
I open my letter to ear tbat tbe lmht- t
Ztniebbaa been fearful ; amosc others, several
French Jesuits murdered by the Drases. The
whole of Syria is now open te these hordes of
ruffians. Great fear is expressed for Damas
cus. At Dheir-el-Kamar the Druses are dis
arming the Christians, and will, ne rlonht i
due time massacre tbe whole population of the
rnace. ueyrou: is nxe a deserted town, the
harbor crowded with men-of-war, signals
making, salutes firing, and everything as In a
state of war.
A Bevroat letter of ibe 21st. in the Psrl.
CotlilUntl, gives seme particular, of ike
destruction of Zableh:
Sf Hated at tbe foot of Meant Lebanon in
strong position. Zableh has always been looked
open as the bulwark of tbe Curistians of the
mountain!, toererere as soon as tbe intelli
rence ot the investment of the place by the
Druses waa received here, tbe consular body
lost no time In mating such representations to
tbe govepioi general as should determine bim
to send assistance.
A detachment of 300 men, commanded by a
colonel, was despatched by Eursebld Pacba
for tbe protection of tbe town against the bend
who menaced It, and which were composed of,
besides 3,000 Drnses ot'the Staoran, who bad
joined their brethren of tbe mountain Bedou
in Arabs attracted by tbe bepe of pillage,
Kurds, and Metaulis, veritable hordes ot cruel
and fanatical robbers. Nevertheless, we
speedily lesmt that tbe multitude had fallen
upon- Zableh, and tbat after a sanguinary
straggle, lo which it is said tbe assailants lest
two hundred to three hundred men, tbe Chris
tians were driven from tbeir last entrench
ment, routed and obliged lo seek refuse in tbe
mountains of Bereento and Sawin. Then be
gan scenes of pillage and devastation. The
unhappy town wat literally given up tofire
and slaughter. Daring tbs time the troops,
I'tspatcbed from Beyrout for the protection of
the place, bad mane no movement. Encamped
In the village of Mekee, within about two
leagoea of Zableh, they there remained quietly
for two entire days while tbe assault was be
ing prepared nnder tbeir eyes, and quite coolly
stood by looking at the massacre and confla
gration, which their inactivity bad permitted.
After tbe destruction ot Zableh, the Dimes
betook themselves again to Ser-el-Kamar,
when, baring first disarmed, tbe inhabitants,
tbey commenced the pillage, threatening the
population with general massacre. At tbe
urgent demtnds of the consular body, the gov
ernor at length determined on proceeding him
self to the spot, in order to arrest, if possible,
the effusion of blood.
Just as tfaa mall It about to leave, we learn
tbat tbe christians of Saida are again threat
ened by the Mussulmans, who are incited bv
the presence before the gates of the city o'f
lbs Drose chief, who bad directed tbVmassa
ere. An English ship of war is now getting
up steam to proceed to the assistance of the
Jloremenii or Gen. frs.lk.er.
JMrar Yoax, Jely 26. Tbe Time bat In
formation from a person in the coafidencs of
G.-n. Walker, who state that the real dettl
na'Ion of tbe filllbaattr chief la Nicaragua,
which he nroposta to reach by erostlng Hon
duras to the Pacific He bts already issued a
proclamation announcing peaceful poller, am.
nesty for put offenses, etc.
,A DMcIlBeltveeu nu American and. nn
Jrou U rirl Cor rOHfrJOdstte ef Le 1
Tber wat At Fteteseo lately, and latt sum
mer at Ostend, a young American lady, in
whoa beau'y, grace, and pei-ontl diitlncUoa
were united with wealth and the honor of one
ot the first-namca sf tbe New World'' Mlts
W., whose triumphs bare slreadr, on several
occasions, enlivened our pen, ketones to tfaa
aristocracy of tbe United States. Her family
is among tbat small number which preserves
tbe ribbon a precious syatol aad commeno
jative insignia of tbe national independence.
Oae et btr ancestors waa oae et the most no
ble and intelligent aitlttanta ot Washington
in bit great asd patriotic work.
A young officer, lately in tbe Austrian ser
vice, tbe Count II. de D., an accomplished
gentleman, heppesed te be IB tba town ot 0l
tend, aad fell entranced before tbe wandering
fairy et the New World. He was .afraid of
this taddt.1 tovatloB ot Ma heart. H trisfatd
ta Ay, asd fied ; bet lore stouBted la the tarne
wagoa with bim. After a little time lbs
Count II. demanded of Madame W. tbe band
of ber charming daughter, who was then with
her family at Ostend,
Tht reUiortt w-a". jj-iMed. t& family went
to Paris toJu-epare for the marriage, and
estabHeried ttvmidrei at St. Germain. The
father of tbe young count then arrived. All
tbe preliminaries were arranged, the marriage
waa published at tbe church of St. Ceimaln
and at Vienna, wbere the celebration was te
take place. Tbe eiife of lbs Parisian public,
who bad received letters of Invitation, thought
tbat tbe marriage would soon be celebrated,
an-1 taiit the honeymoon weald be enjoyed In
eoiae mysterious German aatior-bouse, when
loddealy tbey learned tbat the brother ot
Madentoiteiie W. bad, on the $( instant, a
meeting at Atx'-la-ChaptTe with bim who waa
to be bis bro-in-law, and tbat without the In
tervention of a kind Providence one would
bave killed tbe other.
It was tbe Count H. de D. wbo was wound
ed. Let us exp'ain this tragedy with bloody,
though happily not a fatal oVsnrmtaf.
All went well until the arrival of tbe lance
at Vienna. It is necessary to tell you tbat the
Coat II. de D. la one of the Srat gentlemen of
oW Germany. - Hit father la Coast here. Mar
grave there, and Seignor of so many Seigneu
riet tbat a page of a let'er would aear:ely
safiiee to enumerate bll titles aad properties
This ia why tba Vienese aristocracy could not
see, without lively dissatisfaction, so much no
bility and wealth' goto a foreigner, above all.
to a republican. Then commenced A War of
counsels against the projects of tbe future
batbaBd ot Mile. W. An alltaaee against
bim was ofmed by young and old women.
The Count Is a gal'ant man, but be is not a
rock. Oae fine morning he declared the oppo
sition displayed on all aides prevented him from
patttogia exeauttoo Ma deare:t withes
Tbe brother of the young lady who bad re
mained at Parts, and who calculated te amre
at Vienna just in time for the eeremooy.wonld
Bet pacrficaMj accept a change la the pro
gramme, rhe two youag men made a rendez
vous at Cologne, but Cologne not being propi
tious, tbey went to Aix-laCaapelle
.Mr. W.i in hie captrAty ef the oifended
party, bad tbe choice of weapons, and selected
pistols. Tbe adversaries were nlacej at lbirtr
paces dettast, wtrn tne ngat to aaranee tea
paces. When toe stgsal was given, Mr. W
advanced two paces only aad fired. Imme
diately tbe Count fell, asdaa be fell his pistol
went off. Before his assistants could run to
bis aid Us adversary bad extended to bin bts
band. Ia generous soaii rancor dees not stir-
rire a daagerous peril. If erer combatants
were UrrpraaeHaMe an earth, they were these
two geeneata wheei aaC -error plvided, whom
a combat reunited, and who evinced, with
arms ib tbeir hands, how worthy tbey were of
contracting tneaost lattsaate alliance.
me lire or uoaat 11. at ii. was saved bv a
miracle. The ball was extracted. The fast
intelligence ia reassuring. All danger seems
0 have raBlsBed.
I. US LIU. Tin: AICTIST, ArtD 'IDEE
One of tbe most readable books, published
thitseaion is tbe " Aa'obiogra phkal Recol
lection a " of tbe late Charles Robert Leslie,
R- A., issued in England, nnder the editorship
or lorn lavMrt and repooiisaed on tots tide
of tbe ocean, by tb'ose eminent literary "gea
gataerers," iicEnor and rlelds, or Boston. We
matte tbe followrn? Pictlnc from this book :
Leslie witnessed the coronation of Dueen
victoria, at Westminister Abbey, and in hit
letter to bis sister, ated July 34th, 1837, he
gives 'be following pleating anecdote of ber
royal hlshaess and little " Uaso
" It is impossible by words to convey to you
an idea or tne magnificence or toe spectacle.
cren tne appearance or tne Ao&ey wita tne
spectators (before any et the persons engaged
in tne ceremony came in j was worth getting up
at half past two in the moraine-, as we did. to
witness. We were is tbe abbey till past four
in tne anerneea. neiretoments or erery Kind
w.Mi.t.kiiuu.. i. r t. . J ....
buscuits ie my p. cket, which satisfied me.
ine queen, i am tow, naa staaiea nerpartdii
ligeotly, and she west through It extremely
well. I don't know why. but the first siebt of
ber in her robes brought tears lato ray eyes
aad it had this effect usee; many people. She
looked almost like 1 child. She is verv fond of
degs, and nas oae rery farortu little spaniel,
who is always m the lookout for ber return
when she has been from home. She had, ot
course, been separated frea bla on tbat da
longer than usual ; and whoa the state coac
drove up to tbe palace a'eae, aae beard aim
oarKiBt- witn joy ib tne sail, and exclaimed.
' there's Dash I ' aad waa in a harry to lay
aside tbe centre aad the ball she carried in
her bends, aad take off tbe crown and robes,
to ge is aad wasta nttle meti ! "
Ttoa may be accepted aa toe first act of
Victoria's reiga she washed " little Dash."
Certainly tt was sot partteutariy consistent
with oueenlv dieuitv but it a-as all womanhr.
aad especially girlish. In the folio wing month,
tbe sew queen paid an informal visit te tbe
royal academy; and tbe incident it thus spoken
et by Leslie to oae of his letters j
THE q'o-EE!C AT THE EXHIBITION.
Before the pictures were removed frea the
exhibition, the little aaees paid K a visit.
She did not eo in state, (that is, with a guard
of sc Idiers ;) and the policemen and her foot
men bad great difficulty ia keeping tbe
crowd frea incommoding ber when she
alighted at tbe aeadeay. Her mother was
with ber, asd ahe was attended by the D aches
et Sutherland, tbe Marchioness et Tavistock.
and two young Udies whose names I did not
bear. Tbeae. with Lord Albermarte, and two
yorng gentlemen, completed her suite. They
were all dressed very plainU, In aaerpln;,
aad ibere was nothing to dratisguish Se queen
from the other ladies, but a loagtraia, which
was not held up. She loot verv nrettr. and
none of tbe engravings yet pebllsbed do ber
anything like justice. Cfaalon bas made a
splendid drawing et ber, full lenzth. In tbe
robes ot state ; and when an engraving of this
gets to America, you will know hour she looks.
tier Banner is unaffectedly rraceful. and to
ward ber mother she appears tbe same affec
tionate little girl we saw at tbe Academy en
the first of May, (when tbe late King William
opened the new Academy building) stil lean
ing ner mamsta. Before leavintT the rooms.
the president presented each of us to ber sepa
rately, at ber owa request, and she afterward
took occasion to address a word or two to eacb
byname. She asked bow many pictures I bad
there, asd if 1 did aot tblak it a very fine ex
hibition. Tbe day was very fine, and oa ber
leaving the Academy, the carriage was opened
so tat the crowd, which bad treat! v increased.
bad a fall view of ber as she drove away, amid
tbe roost enthusiastic greetingt.
Sabeeonentv. when Leslie naiaind Ihe t!r-
oaatioaV and was located at Windsor for the
purpose of making portraits of the Queen, and
tbe high digaitaries taking part in tbe cere
monies, the Queen appeared delighted with his
talents, and behaved toward bim In
cioualy condeseesdiBg manner.
HOI7QUBTS VXD HOW TO AltltAUCi;
To be able to arrange a tasteful bouquet is
no mean accomplishment. Anybody can put
a number ef Bowers together In a bunch, and
call K a seuevM, but not everyone can arrange
miscellaneous Bowers as tbat tbe effect tball
be Ibe beet possible.
Every person in t electing plants for a gar
den should bave an eye to the purchase of
sach aa will not only aaake a fine display in
the gardes, but will also be available for bou
quets. They should also be selected for the
property ot profuse aad coatiaaed bloom, so
that there will not only be as abundance for
tbe proper decoration ot the garden, but also
eBottsh to spare for the adornment of parior,
sittisg room and dining table. There are
many Hewers which are very beautiful in tbe
flower garden, bat sot suitable for tbe bou
quehj some are too large, others are offensive
in saeH or to the teach ; some are aot auffi
eienjly distinct in color; others are too short
stemmed, etc. Others are Bot suitable for the
reasea that tbey are only open during the day,
and close at night ; Ibete should not be ated,
aa In the shaded room! of the bouse they will
probably remain closed. As a general rale,
flowers for the bssquet should be ef decided
colors, at crimson, a'arlet, white, maroon,
Tbey abouM also be double, although many
single ones. If tbey are of small size aim
flowing In a cluster, may be suitable. But
largt single flowers, growing singly, are diffi
cult ot arrangement, and the petals will crum
ple and tbeir beanty be destroyed by tie neces
sary pressure. Flowers of small and medium
size and faH and double are the best to em
ploy for this purpose. Large flowers, like the
dahlia, are entirely oat of place in any bou
quet, except a large one for an exhibition,
Urge supper table, er some similar purpose.
Fragrant lowers should be larg.ly cultivated
for the bouquet. Of this class tbe fragrant
pinks, BrfcBonette, heliotrope and sweet peas
are tbe best r
The shape of a bouquet may be varied to
suit the taste. Flowers with long stems, or
those which grow in spikes or racemes, may
be formed into pyramidal boaqneta; hut tbe
best manner ef arranging miscellaneous flow
ers is to plate them loosely m a moderately
flat vessel, ia which the thort-stemaed flowers
with Wartime in tbe center? thus makiag
toe ehae hemispherical. Oralemonade glass,
or Min na of any sort, may ba placed in the
center of thelareer vessel, and some of tbe
flowers put -n that, which will make the bou
qttet higher i the middle, asd display it to
batter advantage. The flowers may be loosely
tied, in amail bunches in this manner of ar
langemejt. which will save trouble when the
"f cu'ogeu. t lowers which hare mere
Vj T . i. ' Li "?"! oaisams.raay be
madJnto beautiful ornaments fora table br
placing them in a fiat diina saucer with plenty
ct geranium learec r 1
The principal ihiojr td be considered In
forming yonr bouquet is the proper contrast of
colors. It is well known tbat certain colors
in juxtaposition injure each other. There are
certain rulea regarding this, which it would
be welt to learei but every person of any taste
at all ean determine by a little praetlee what
arrangeaent of colors Is productive of tie
best result. White, blue, aod all tbe various
shade of pink, scarlet, crimson and maroon
may be used in almost any quantity and pro
portion, bus yellow fljwera mutt be use I spar
ingly, and with great diteretion. Someper
sons in making a pyramidal bouquet arrange
the flowers In concentric circles, eacb circle
being of atlifferest colon- Nothing can be In
a worse taste tban tbla.
It Is highly important to bare a sufficient
qnantlty of erten leaves in your bouquets.
Flowers without a setting ef leaves are al.
most unknown In nature, and ne cannot do
better than to imitate ber by surroondiEg our
bouquets wltb'them.and IniertlntKtbera pre-T
futely among the flowers. Tba leaves of ths f
sweet-scented g'raniumt art excellent la this
way. Arbor rite answers a titrable, pnr
pote, bat is rather coarse. In ituttlsg many
kinds ef flowers, aa rerbaoat, bftfannstt,
hellolropes, etc., many leave will be obtained.
In picking roses, only buJs, or those which
are partly opened, should be leveled. If cut
partly opened, thould be atb-eted. If cm
:n fully expanded, tber eenemllv latt bat i
ahort time : tbe ptals fade and seen fall off.
Afewot tbe best Cowers for crioary use la
bouquets are verbenas, pfatex draaaondil,
candytuft, rotes, double feretfuw or pyre
tbrutn, achillet, argeratom, piakt, latkspurt,
snapdragons, sweet peat, betiotawe. mignon
ette, alters, bonsysacklei, etc. Cemfry Gt
ilcmdo. PIOTUIIC OF nitoituu It
From tba opening article of ftirsetK jUofd
rfne we extract the followlnr allueioaa ta the
life and timet ot George I:
Deligb'fut at London city was, K'ac George
I liked to be out of It as much it i vr bfiieaUi
and when there, passed all his lime with Ihe
Germans. It was with them as trltfa Btoeber,
one hundred years afterward, wliea Ibe boid
o'd reittr looked down frea S Pa oft, and
sighed out, " Was for Plunder!" The German
women plundered; the Germac secretariat
plundered; tbe German cooks n-d lateodac'e
plundered; even Mdstaphaand Mahomet, the
German negroes, bad a sflafe of the booty.
Take wbat yoa can get, waa tbt old bvsaarcb'a
maxim. He wat not a lofty monarch, certain
ly ; be was not a patron of the fine aits ; bot
he waa not a hypocrite, hs was not revengeful,
he was not extravagant. Though a despot la
Hanover, ae was a moderate ruler In England.
Hit aim wat to leave it to ItaeJf aa much aa
possible, and live out of it as tmwh aa he
cduH, His heart was in Hanover. When
taken III on his latt journey, at be was passing
through-Holland, he -thrust bis Ii rut brad eat
of the coach window, and gasped Wit, " Otaa-bore-1
Osutbure!" Hs was mote than fifty
years ot age when he came amongst us ; we
took bim because we wasted turn, because ba
tenrtd our turn ; we laughed at Ills one oath
German ways, and sneered at blii. He took
our loyaky for what 1. waa worth i laid btade
on wbat meneyhe could ret ; kept as assured
ly from popery and wooden shoes. I, for onej
would Lave been oa his side to those daya.
.Cynical and selfish as he wasbri naa better
than a king 4ut of St. Geratrsh with the
Frnch king's orderi in his pociet, and a
awArm of Jesuits la bit train.
The Fates art supposed to interest them
selves about royal personages.; and so this
one hsd omens asd prophecies epeetaM re
garding bim He was said to be much dis
turbed at a prophecy that besbea'ddts rery
soon after Ms wife t and sere eaeagb, pallid
Death, baring seiz-d open the locales prlseeee
in ber castle et . Abides, preae&tly pounced
upon It. M. King George I. in Ui traeeMnc
cbariot, on tbe Haaever road. Wtrnt pntltia
can outride tke paw horseman ! It la's id
George pralad on af bis ieft-baad widows
to come to htt after death if leave were
granted to bim ta revisit the ztl razees t the
moon and soon after bis deals, a treat
raven artnallr dyitg or bopping to at the
Duchess of Kendal's window at Twleksbaa.
tbe chose to imagine tbe king's spirit inhabited
these pluses, and took special care ef her
sable visiter. Affecting metempsychosis fu
nereal royal bird 1 How pathetl; It the idea
of the duchess weeping over at I What, tbla
chaste a Milieu to sur ae.heh aristocracy
died, alt htr jewel, ber plate, btr plunder,
went over t her relations in H mover. I
wonder nbetbtfberheira took the bird, aad
whether It Is still flapping its wings over Her.
Tbe dava are over In Eaclanil ot that
ntraBge religion of king-worship, when priests
flattered princes la the temple ef God; when
servility was held to be eanobliBg duty; whea
beauty and youth tried eagerly far riijabfavor,
and iroiaan'a shame was held to be. no dis
honor. Mended morals and mended manners
n courts and pesple, are among th priceless
coLseque ncs of the freedom which George I
came to rescue and secure. He kei-t bis com
pact with his English subjects; and if be es
caped no more than etber men and monarchs
from the vices of bis age, at lea it we aay
tbink him for preserving and transmitting the
liberties of ours. In our free air, royal and
humble homes bave al!ke been perilled; aad
Tr'th, tbe birthright of high and liw among
ns, which quite fearlessly radges oir greatest
personages, can only speak ef them now in
words of respectand regard. There are stems
in the portrait of the first George, arid traits in
it wbieh none of ui ned admire; nut aaansr
the nobler features are justice, courage, afM-
eration anu tuese we may recognize ere
torn tbe picture to the walL
Wbo Mot to Tlarrj-'i
An old codger, who lived raanjsvaars ago,
trW not marry happiry, and wbeffbls spuuee
died, Having mm a eon and Leirjyie waa cos
tent with bis slnele life, and comforted bim
self with potations Ib use of b'Taaimt-iBtoxi-
eated wise fits be called bis son Jac)L and or.
ceededtoglre bta some admonition, as Jack
was getting old enough, and, wbat vat warae,
bad tbe disposition to mate.
"Jack," aaid tbe paternal, "sever marry- aa
undertaker's daughter, unless you wish to un
dertake to raise a bearse-ute faailr: nor a mil
liner'a daughter, unlets tbe Is tbe flower of tbe
family; nor pay your addresses to tfvn daughter
or a lawyer, rer tear ner existence may oe
brief. If you mutt choose b etwees a doctor's
and a banker's daughter, take tbe latter, for
her draughs are more easily swallowed. Xor
should Ton wed a nobleman's dauchttv. for her
offensive rank; nor yet a gardener's daughter.
lest sne use to tne raise, avow marrying a
drowsed sailor's daughter, fertsbe will have as
avereion to water; neither condole w tb a sboe-
aaket'a daegater, ror sne win wish you wax
ine Bear your end for year all. It you marry
a nine storkiag, you will go with holes in your
own. You cannot marry a baker's daughter,
for ahe will not be of the upper cruet, aad of
course is ill-bred. Never marrv for riches, for
they can be packed up aad carried away by
your wife's lover befoie the tioneyaioon bas
passed; sor for beauty, for tte beauty that
slept over sight, like tbe Bowers vrltn 'rosy
faces washed in dew,' may be spoiled ia a week
by tbe big head or the bursting ef a campbeae
lamp. Never take up with the daighter of
your boarding-boose keeper, for if y do you
will make a bad bash of it. Never ctarcr tbe
r.laoghter of a pott, if her name be Anna, for
ner cnuaren win oe annapests. .-vor. asain. a
scribe's heiress, for tbe will have a proclivity
to iakubate. Nor would I advise via to let
your lines fall in wltn a nsaerman's girl, lest
sne Become insane, ir you care to marry,
marry somewoman whose father was hang,
then von needn't use a root's end to ber. for
she'll remember tbe paternal application. Bat
if you matt marry, pkk a sexton's ilaugtaler.
for she will be ot a grave turn ot mind, and
experiencd in epithets suitable for a liereaved
family, whieb Is a coavtnleat thing U have is
tbe house. And, Jack, If you wil. starry,
marry a wise woman, for oae fool Is enough in
IVfint Mirers meet with.
When the vessel has settled deera in a san.lv
bottom. It is preserved for many maatha frea
breaking up, and the position aay moeb
tbe same as it would be when floating in eale
water, it it be not lifted over by undtr-carr.at
drif -s. Tbe light, of course, depend upon tbe
depth and nature ot the bottom, bti: wbere
there is no chalk to rive a milky thickness to
be water, the diver pursues bis work in a kind
of gloomy twilight. By tbe aidof this he can
see and feel bis way rounj tie'sbipj'bst when
he atcendt tbe deck and then winds Va way
down into tbe principal cabins, be finds tt
pitch dark, and nothing to euide bim but bis
bands. This Is tbe moat diffisH, and yet tbe
most frequent, labor be bas to encounter. The
danger being tbat, in a large vessel, where tbe
cabin-atairs are-deep and tbe cabins Me lesg
and broad, be mutt eet b a air tube twisted
around some unfamiliar projection, and to
sqaeexe off bis supply of rife from above. In
opposition to such as this be required all bis
power of feeling bis way back in tbt- exact
road tbat be came.
He mar cot the precious casket, to which be
has been directed, in bis arms, but whet of
that if be die before be can find the stairs ?
The cold, helpless masses tbat bump acaiaet
his helmet, as tbey float alone the lover roof
over his heed, are the decomposed corpses of
those wbo were huddled together wt en tbe
ship jrent down. A few of these may be on
he floor under bis feet, bnt only wben pinned,
down by an overturned table, or fallen chest.
Their tendency is erer upward, and the re
morseless aea washes away the dtad infant
froahMmgther'a arms, Ut 'dead wife from
the dead husband'! embrace. It the wreck be
in the channel, tbe small crabs are ilready
oeemnine to atten on tnetr prey.
The direr djsenlaneles biaatelt froia this
silent crowd, and ascends the silent stairs to
the deck. The treasure he bas rescued is
hauled unjn the attendant diring-boat, md he
returns jgain to renew bis work. He seldom
meets with an aeeident nnder the water: nerer.
perhaps, witn death; and toe enter ritk lie runs
is rrom getting tome neary piece o' snip lum
ber overturned on bis long train. of at" pipe.
Eten itf JMs -he feels the sadden -cheok aod
want ef air, gropes bis war lack to tbe ob
struction, removes it, signals to bis com
panions to be raised, and reaches the beat ex
hausted and alarmed, but not ao much as to
give upjthisfplace in trade. His (amines
mostly take tne farm of shares In wbat be re
covers. If fortunate hit gatat may be large;
it unfortunate, they may be smalt; but so man
can grudge bim the highest prizes it is possible
for Dim to wtn.
J5 For centuries past the Jews of Meso
po tarsia bave been in the habit of ciaitfcg'
yearly pilgrimages to the tomb ot Etekiel,
within seme sixty miles ot Bagdad. On ar
rival soma weeks ago, however, Nouri Moos-?
tapba Pasha, the new governer of tbe proyJ!
ince, published a prohibition against tbe prac
tice, alleging that the tomb was equally ven
erated by the Mussulmen, and tbat be Intended
to build over it a mosque for tbe special use of
Islamite pilcrixt, by whom it would for 'be
future be exclusively visited. In vain eld the
excluded Israelites urge tbe prescriptions of
rentnriea : the new eovernor waa deaf to every
argument bat could be used. Tbereupun tbe,
Jewa dispatched a deputation to Uonatantlno
ple to carry their complaint direct vo the
nor'e. Tbia baa been done, and a r zlerlal let
ter was diepatebed to Bagdad erdcricg the
bigoted prohibition to oe at once remorej.
The Soltax axd the Jews. Tba Lon
don correspondent of GsKgnanPe JUVitesgrr
makes some statements with reference to tbe
Jews which should attract mere than ordinary
attention. The Saltan of Turkey now encour.
the emlrratlon of the Jews to Palestine:
offers to sell them as much land as tbey cfcoote;
in hnv. ana eTen Hints at bucii a iuiu: a
willingness totlispose of the Mosque of Omar
for Jewita goia. mis is ceiiiui
and comes ot tbe fact that the fuller ctenloi;
of commerce with tbe West has liber lllzed
birotry, at least in intelligent circles !n the
Ottoman Empire. Tba fact exists that some
of the hills around Jerusalem bave already be
come Jewish property, and, aa the Sultan is
willing to sell more, perhaps we may live to
seethe whole city in the bands ot ita ardent
owners, nokthroogb,ny new crusade, let by
the peaceful eo'nquesfof a legitimate bargain.
It It possible tbat tbe rery massacre uf tbe
Christians by ths Cruses now going on in
Syria, in the Turkish dominions, by reason ot
tbe Intervention which. It may lead to lit the
Christian powers, may facilitate not only the
rttfm of tne Jews, bat the further atringlh
enitg and extension of Christian powr anr!
Influences in tba territory of tbe "tick nan.''
iTisais. US r
IllWs has Si AgritnltaxiKocietleit
Tbe debt of Wjlala ameun'a te $43,669
600. Why is a den like a woodcock r Because
be betes wi'h bit bill.
Soae land was lately sold in the
r i t r.r
The Boston Piltt es'usMe she number ot
Catholics In this country al lBOisa.
Elzbty theatand children are born vtarly
ia Load n two hundred asd twenty a day.
De Lave bas ebaHcBfed messes to meat
bla Is a series of feats os the ropes at the Ni
agara aad tbe Pacific Fans.
Tba city eoanell ot BetoU. Wisconsin, have
patted an ordinance ptsaisjuaa; IBs sale of in
toiteattog liquors In that AtjT
The laws of Missouri rrqeire that tbt names
or voters snail ne awaeseo to tne oallo's.
These tre eteht tlasusaad hrttertf raaVeaA
in operation In ths Southern Slatttj aad aa
touch aere bow projected)
Sweeden is about tbe only country la the
world wsere tse revenue or government regu
larly exceeds the axpesses.
A lawyer M ntver ao aiseMtvsM as when
be bas but little practice i ner a physician, as
when he bas a goed deil.
Tbe biles of South CaroHhl and Georgia art
beisg covered wMb rieeyards. One wtoe
grower. Dr. Me Doe a id, bas 99 arret pleated.
The Supreme Court of Mitsif ilnni bat af
firmed tbe validity ef tbe law makiag it petal
for retailers to sell liquor to a drankea aan.
New pottage stamps, of tbe denoaiatieB of
21, 30, aad vu tents, win soon oe issued to fa
cilitate the payment oa fsreisB letters.
Tbe total loss of British sWeftog by wrecks
and caamnties during tse year isoer, wat
nearly two atWos sterling.
Jfothisg ao destreya stir peace sf ated aato
hear a somber express an Intention ta give na a
piece et Ms.
The Chicago Timer of late date tayi lha
small-pox la spread! ag rapidly in tbe Tery
heart ef the estv.
Why Is a dec wits a broken ley Hre a bey at
arithmetic? Becaasebt pats dawn three and
Mrs. JaaBnette Thomson, a weana of forlr.
died is Frasktla county, North Carolina, a few
days ainee, from swaitomsg a pto.
A woaas vrit arteatad to Galena. I1L, last
week, charged with auraertog fire at her own
ehilmn Is as aanr years.
Tbe cessaa-takea Sad treat dffieaHy to as
certaining the agea or gww, a large majority
et thea betsg only sixteen,
Hume, tbe American iptrttoaKsi, wbo ob
tained ao aaeh notoriety to Fsanee and Russia,
ia g-ring pet'enaaaces ta Lnden.
If a woman could talk eat ef two cornars of
ber atesth at lb setne time, there would be a
great d a! said on eoth sides,
Rarsy was aUhe lash aoesaaia to give e&a
mor' series or -rafeweir perrortsasees in
Londea previous to Mt return la America.
Garibaldi was bora o the f mirth et July,
1807. Americans are istereeted ta netielng
Tba tebs-r prion to the Washington menu-
Beat fund, bagsa to uu, bow a atom t to
keeping as ear army and nary
rearly thirty aniBies dollars per
In tbe sUea Maes toe Vkgtoia lawyers par
chased their attorneys, paring for thea la to
bacco, ae aayt DeBwri Ktntv
Aaslrstia ia at almost tne same extent as
I tbe Baited States, Incladisg tbe Territories.
Ia Detroit.'. here are bet 35 places of worship
whuee BBtted capacity la 18,000, white the city
contains a population et iww.
Talk of dry wit I If wit were
rate with dryness, Natchez would be the wrti
est etty in the Union. It is eertatarf the dri
Tbe lb emotive eBgiseen and firemen oa the
leaetsr Eeflish. railways are eomMsteclBTer
der to have their time of labor rederej-to tea
boars per day,
A rtartv of aaterand females bave been ar
rested ia Portsmouth, O., for walking the
streets the males ia female attire, hoops asd
all asd toe females witaeat ereeeses.
The Atlantic Ocean Is crossed bis year by
the largest asd smallest steamers that ever
crossed it. Tbe ureat r.a stern, asd tbe Sen
Uroevenor, of only sixty-nine tees.
Party Mermen missionaries, dtreet frea
Salt Lake. arrived at Oaaba. Nebraska Terri
tory, a few days ace. FifteeB of Ikeaare
destined for England, and most ot the others
for other European countries.
A sew pink bas lately beea imported froa
China with flowers three laches in diameter.
rich criasan eetor. t netted: and edeed with
while, with a velvety appearance and very
proline et Bowers.
W. C. NelsoB, of MoBroe county. Teasel
ee. baa recovered Sll.080 froa tbe East Ten
Beesee railroad, for detaining his wheat in tha
depot until aoae of it spoiled, aad until the
pure receaea, causivs; utim w nwc imiu;.
iriSDOJl OF.TI1IV A.tqinXTS.
colleb roa the benefit or mosebx roots
Betray Be secrets. Periander.
A fool ii sever litest. Dtmaratot.
Deride sat the aafertanate Ct7.
A wise man speaks bat sparingly. Denes
Above all things, . reverence, Ihyseif. Pj
Praise not tbe uainiihy ea aeeeaat at their
weettn. X. isnc.
Avarice and realty ar .the principal ele
ments of br ew. itwemi
A brush is the caasstexlan af vktoe. 73e-
fmiu ami DUgnt.
Envy corrodes Hs possessors, as rust dees
Procure Bet friends is baste : ner, it pro
cured ia baste, abasdos them. Sets
It is pleasant to grow old with a good friend
aad a seens reasea. necraiu.
It is batter to make ourselves loved than
Great thing are not always rood, bat all
goad tBisgs are great, xvrmoiMenei,
A woman ia sharper trKtod Jot misrAtecban
a, man. xwmoerMsa.
A man who knows how to speak, knows
also wnea to se suest. JreMUmvlat.
Liars are tbe authors ot all the mischiefs
tbat aiSict aaaktod. oraefus.
Do good to your friend, tbat he aay be
wholly yours; to your enemy, that he may
eeeeae your rnesa. uesoniat.
A aaa oscht to be aware sot onlr at bht
eeeaee, bat of bts IMlUitot; frtesda. XMsny.
Laws are Nka cobwebs, where the small
flies are caught, but the lar re ones break
wrong a. .rownarsw so ton.
It is sot the place which makes tbe person
honorable, bat the person the pitas. -1;cii-
Go slowly to the entertainments of thv
friends, but quickly to their aMsfertoaes.
Oae part ot kaowiedce consists ia beta- to-
nor a at ot euch things aa aea sot worthy to be
Never praise a aaa for betoc like a woman.
Bar a wojaanlor easmnuaava. man. L'nio.-
All thisgi should be common between
friends ; our Mend is another self. Fyfiayo-
It is aot oalv aere honorable, bat also more
AeitcMful to give taan to reeeive a benefit.
La raise Is an orBimest to prosperity, a
ret ace ia adversity, andr the best Brevities
against old age. -Inifenc.
A atraozer. if inet. is set only to be are
f erred before a country bub, bat a kinsman.-
Learamr teaches youth temperance, affords
eeafert to oUage, gives riches to the poor (?)
and is as orsAaent to ue rtea. intent:
lit I fmenda are woarto visit us is nrosner
try aaly weafevitedbett adteipMrnsceaie
of tnetr own aceers. utmttm raumt.
Poverty and riches are tbe name of wast
Iasd suaciescy; he who wants aaythiac ought
sot to be called rich, aad he whs wants Beth-
tag poor. Dewocntai
,We should resaaia traaaail and eaty oa tbe
death ot oar friends ; both because we caesst
tell whether it has happened ror the setter or
the worse, asd because sorrow will be of se
Man are more mindful et wrongs than of
benefits, attd It is bot just tbat It abould be so ;
as he who restores a deposit deserves so com
meadattoB, but ba was detains It, blame aad
Is order to reach perfection, R is necessary
to have either wry faHbfal friends or Implaca
ble enemies ; since we may be made sensible
of ear failings either br the admonition of the
feraer, or the Isveetives of the latter. Di-
Early Writings of I.oncrelIotr.
Mr. Clark, ia Ms pleasant remlntteeBC.es of
the early contributors to the Knickerbocker
Miinlu. nlaees the distinguished poet Long.
f stiow aaeag them. He says, is the Aaguat
"Utj at Mr. IBgfej'ow, as one of the
earMest stele tMfrftutors to tbe Knicker
bocker, tbat ws mv' now to speak. His
very first comiJ'MHgrl3s to oar Magazine
were in prose. Orer twentr-six years ago bis
' Blank Book of a Ceoairy School Master' ap-
Reared in these 'iej-aad we do not besiutt
to-sat, ''wt '"VJtJF tresunne, iu.jv"
alreJv, the love of rrVfttre and of mankind,
which distinenish these sketches, fully shad
owed forth what was lo be expected from tha
ml ad Bad tb pen of the wHert,wben ' Oatre
Mer' nd ' Hyoerlon' a.d Kavlntgb' were
suerestivelr announced and publish'd. and
afterward, as everybody knows, eagerly de
voured by readers, wbo bad also become ad
mirers, on both sides of tbe Atlantic. It will
be far in the summer solstice, reader, when1
you penseteta nrabpassagv iia uic yaiiuj
School Matter." It Is very elrowfy aml we
... . , n i
doubt much whether it does not put you ucon
tinentli'to slan. Try it, 'anyhow,' and see
what the resutf will be :
It is Sa tarda y afternoon. Once, mors the
school bease deer bas creaked upon lta btb
doaedal hisges ; the do;-eared book yawns
upon tbe deserted desk; tbe flies are buzzing
asd bumping their beads against the sunny
window : tbe sebeol boy la abroad in tbe
wood, asd the schoolmaster bas laid bla
birchen sceptre upon tbe shelf, 'and wittflt tbe
Satnrdar afternoon! Deli'btfol season.
wben the' mlnd.llks s tired artlzan, lays down
Its implements of toiland leaves thelong-ac
customed handicraft I How sweet, aaaid the
basy avocations of the week, to look forward
to this abort interval of repose'.- whenfor a
time, at least, the grinding shall cease, and
the heart be permitted to lndulce Its secret
longings and litten.to.the soft whispers ot (ts
own wayward fincfcsl Sorely tbt feelings el
tbe school bov linger around me stflL X lore
therft 'of far uUte ct Saturday afternoon.
'It is an interlude between the swlft-sac-eeedlng
acta of life; tbe close of seTen days'
journey; a golden cusp, that snots sach
weekly TOiameor pur uis:wy; a coai, wnere
Time pauses to reat bla wing and turn bit
glass , a type or tnat longer interval or reat,
wben ot,r lengthening sbadowa "tball point
toward mcrcinr," and we shall be looklnr
forward to an eternal Sabbath.'"
Good, Storv abatat txtlrlan.
fll F. . Tturf nfj. Aaalk -n ..... k I....
. ,UEI .UV.WM.
bees circulated about bla to fill a sizable book.
I wiH giro you one of tbe most characteristic.
Mr. Burton was a very determined man aa
unyielding, and. In fact, aa unprincipled, Is
bts desires and purposes, aa unsurpassed tnre-
. . , - - ... . . . . . . . .
- m . -
tosate called spon bia to claim payment ot
tome disputed salary account, arlilng from
"hk, nu'i maaagmai capacity, nav.
ing formerly espieyed the elalaant as one of
bis Stock CetStMBV. Rein- simUt.,! tti hla
room, tbt actor pressed bis elaia. Mr. Bar-
ton rttaseu to rceogarze It. Tbtb th former,
wtrsrfag with wbat be deeaed toe brutality of
the dytbg man, forgot the prepttetlet of the
oecattoB. "Mr. Barter, said he, "yea ars
djrtor, asd dying rich. I aa peer and seedy,
asd bate a claim against yon whieb you know
I canoe! prore. Now do a goal deed, and
dhtet year people to pay ae." Bade, us
yiebHst; to the latt. twom tbat "Jivs or die,
sarvire or perish," he woolds't pay ban i
eest. "Then,' said the dttpalrinc creditor,
"let ae tell you, sir, that you've played
Toodtet a great many timet Is New York, and
got rich by tt, but you're going sew to play it
'B atoefi hotter place than the Cbambera
Strtet Theater "I bave so doubt, sir, re
torted the eoeetbas, "that it I do And aystk
to she place yea a Bade to, t sbaH be asked to
play at your beaefit)" And aa to.
esded .Yrw F-vk cSmtpondrnee Ckletft TtU
Tlovemenls er tbe Prince at Wales.
ST. Joints, N. F., Thursday, Jalr2. The
sail latt nigbt wat a brilliant affair. Over
est iBoaaand pertess wets present. The
prtoce, wbo is a graceful dancer, daaeed near
ly all the eresisg, asd left a quarter to tores
o' stock amid deafening cheers, toe band stay
inc "God tare tbe Queen." ' '
The prince left toe geverameat bouts ebtt
morning at ten o'clock, asd after a ride about
tbe town eabarked with bit suite on. beard
the Hero. Tbe day la beautiful and tha town
has a gala appearance. The same ceremony
waa observed aa at the landing. The fleet
sailed at eleven o'clock far HatUax.caDte? oa
tbe way at St Peter's. Every body teems de-
ngeted wrtn tne visn.
Our Tr-atrwllh Japan
Waihisgto.v, Thursday, July 26. The
treaty et amity and commerce with Japan, to
raDBcattosi sf which were excaaac ad sr toe
embassy when they wore ia Wasftagtoa, Is
One ef tha irtMes sroriues that the Presi
de at, wben requested by the Japanese govern
ment, wm act as meatfly aediater ta sues
matters ot differ e net at aay arise between the
geversmeBt ef J'apas a em aay Europe aa
Later from Plate's Peak;.
St. Joseth. July 16. fhe Pike's Peak ex
firrss, with datea frea Dsnver City to the leth
astant, arrived here this evening.
f Business was geBeraBy iaprsvtog. Large
trains ot roods were anivtor daily. Bat few
emigrants are coming to from the States. The
weather waa wans asd showery.
From. St. Louis.
St. Loeis, Thursday, July 4o. Aboatatirty
notorious bouses of m-raene, danae-souset.
greggerles, etc., is tbe soaifaera part ef tbt
etty, were riddled by a raas last ste&t. An
tbe farBttore and effects were burnt ia tbs
streets. Tbe less is estimated at $36,000.
Sixty-three rioters bare beea arretted and
fined eve dollars eacb.
jJAaother scandal threatens the Imperial
ramllr ot r ranee, aecorrnss te tae inaepesa
rBce Befre. The Bares de Cbassires, destrisr
aa astteaMe separation frsm bia wife, the
sides: daschier of Prtoce Marat, bat Bet been
able te effect this; therefore, the aH of the
law i to oe called in lo raterpote a legal Bar
rier between tbe two partners la life's joyr
and sorrows, whs reciprocally scene each
other ot safattbtstoess. At present, tbe bus
band appears to be the party most opes to
Ib a manufacturing establishment is Grten
field, aa iron ball was fossd embedded in the
asMd ivory of an elepbanfa tusk, about 31
feet from the root, and H feet frsm the tip,
aad it is supposed must bare beea to toe task
at least 109 years.
tribute or resfeot.
Waves Taxxet, Miss , Jmr It, tses.
AtaoB meetmsat Water Vaa-y Ko. Ms, at
1. A. K , w. tne eaeert ! I. vera m '-!
mWee ta ersrt luiluUm oaarerasax tb at aar
saacb istiimet Sr. Bsvesrs BasstVET, ba nd
aeartbts staee July is, leas.
Brntlser. Tkat la the at Bra. Baetter w have
last an eMtasiaalM sad smwtiae aimttr. aad ana eat-
venatr balavsd aftos tralmdty.
Jtasahnd. Tnatftalti easto In (iTamvaity ku tast
an af Ms mast latrtaatial osiaaas ; tbe tntnottr as
t Itssmrsstmtmaeri; Si taasilv a Isnter aad dsvls t
Jtaaaivast, Tbat l dttr Ofoass tn tm af
lean and tjainlbii wttt bH wmitr M stow tar
MreinmiBlaC a nusoaad aad fatner, an I trader teem
eur most staeere t bf!ftMsaslee.
Befrra Taat , H saaaWr, wm
ba r saaarmiaa tar fbnrsy dsrs. tat Bat tots vsm
SMtm e- yaMi-bed la lb XrasMs Wexi-V ArrEAA,
ant (ae brcs-4 famits- rsafutansd wltk a aa? of a
vat. r D. wemss,
B. A. BCCKBEAB,
1 4 XtHUltgOK, iX.,
Sir a if pilules.
OVB ROW.V HABK XCUt, meMn all,,
wiib aa L Waaeed a tb left jsr sad
0m sasaK. X ABJC HOLE, Urx an. 'Wk
a Ttnnf nl n tx lettiar.
Aar hUvrntatiaB rMpettmi tSam, ar tbeir rrtarn to
mr sat, win ae ttaerr revaree.
JOBS W. UlfTWTCIT.
Irtt-St JeSVran nrtet Mat Mart
JAS. X. SOMIX..D.O. TBtDBK-.B. V. L HOLT.
GcIUj Trader & Holt,
FcnrarrltDg asd Commission Merchants,
South-east cor. illaln & Unlon-sts.,
WXEr.LT aeeaalaM reeelvet tbntacaAut Ht aeaaou
taaar stMadr Uia aaddeaaaaeataia tTbasa.
Bafttac. jmo. Ssamr. OaSee. Ml'awt, Ehw, Salt.
Wbi.tr, rtaar. Urn. Oemtat, nab aad naatattsa Sae-
Jes f .aranr-
wiu atsf oaiaat , Lear Tata aad ataar rrnla'r lu
ar tana M bri.-a oattan abed. a rraian atr.-t, Ja
smt ac ar aanaess name, is, as x an meet.
ftasottal OITT is laM rfin fectieaX.la ton-
iia aata ito. as, nrtn ar raac a, v. fin c tee una
arlacipal mendiaa. in Stoatard aauatr at HaoarL It ia
a lb lui t lb Calf sad Fameo rsiUral. aWat SHr-
tar ail tram Caiea. sad t at ta pamt waer a
Xemshij aad Iran Xaaatila rattwail, wtawatraled.
w arou aaat rasa.
Tne Si Man Citr ensstnar was tnear&aratod bv aa
lesiautar tti anaawri. Jaauarr It, wee. lies. Tt
uslisk. If W Oe X. EeaNte. HMMT. XltaktB.
Rash S- Wllaoo and K. W BiH,n of 9i,!e X Vta
aii. wave Ik artsiaal aaraara ors. Staet tan a (am.
av baa beea maalael aad sesaial sentlasnea is
Xesapbia aad ebwar. lav sttaebed tessjetrs to
a. ram pa ay.
Ts c.mria-7 nrr mat aasuc aUvaUanto mm at tb
miar aSVMtaf e at ta totslUr abave refetred a. far a
avetaM itapanaas ctly -
Pint II Is tk asset rivalk! tUm far a attrao a Ma
as na on aaa raun r.ari , w aeaearat aad
esociv aaeauuna: ua:a uad. tktrtr test abase wast Is
mmniaaiv tneara aa in ivibh laada.
a it ta irar aa rae ime ( BeOSTLT rKAU-
TtuABtE saute lar is XftBabtsaM Iiaa Kala(a
rallroao a roadnUKn ritA wiu.iastrise4
at aa ar!r ear sat i ia p lnt var said mat tead-
laareaa Xemnsa vis tap tax Salt aot rattan raU-
Taira Ta Cairo sad raMaa railaaad bar interested
tnmn!. Untalr ia Xlasourl Ctrr
rarta--Siaartrt dit 1. ia II, Heart r tae rteavtc
and mart untialt. atrttalaaaal dl-tftata lu XVaoart
vwlaaiaa tokaa. eara. tnat, aad Meeed an tk. rr-
dact T VSt aaal namsana ' IbM Uuinea. StaMaaat
are a!aa. In ta Tear tam. a-smtared tar SB a.
Bsraree mavtet rr Br baa till areiba ilrat s
feawr. beM lares qaaaune or sr. i a ant fraH, asd
tala waa aop:a wntl ia rsnaers weva laailt
M warn tbor swSaaa ac bad raaea. mar ikaa stiV
aalle a. taarvet Jlitari ctir wm amara mam atam
mailet. nantlla. Batter, asd atker aljamal aa mllea
are etaltv fertile, sad will loat l Xamarl Cbw aw a
market Tber row srloc into market lmiawt.il akaBH.
tie pr iSaaa aad an raaatlr alitor. waa aa m-
riflb Tt UU .f tke sMiw to tk laad .a wbieS
tb et-r i I'M ctr is aerfeet. lad a kfeS atadta( at
IS men aasseea m a aliaatpa as&rda a auaraat
ikata ptayaeaaitr aataaaaet najaot uraa.
Si emapimT awn. BVaaas ta aav asalT lot. saw
tk avaaer Um arrive, aad Lkar can waksas itmta
totk i aaaiae ia twaarr, ta order a.t ereteadHr-
mrs tctrraat aemrva m a cttv wnam wat aevaod
daabt Imai tb latfat .at bmm! tmswrtaut lb la
XlMwarL anuts r St. laau. ma kava ..DM urn aad
uaoailairti to lev attnta tne sabjeet fell', toe aa.
pr utiwwuy Iwvtl f lams t r tad luak al tk Ms.
H Is Tttsmsirsttvesr ta snewamh.bnt bfM i tb pub
Ik ar sated to aarebaaa tots ta camaiar wt-A demon
strata IV, irath -I tk Maleiseats to tb atw
uMafactiaa r ail. aad wu skew tkat tkr ea aat aver
rsto tse aeraetaar itok asaaaef ear u a aaa a.
it. s. tnuex,
Saretaf Xtvoanta Clar ftamiiinj.
Beferte JAB. TtWSS a. m..
Seal BBato Area.,
ate-Xain stret. s atoms,
Valuarjle Missouri Lands
T virtu af tk aatberftr osurarred tt m br a aed
i t iraat, xeatd ar It. r. BJakardMa aad Xarr
K . kit wlf. and B. S. Clark and Xartant X.. aia
wife, on Ik 211k ear t IxnHt, tMT. I wtB, an
Thursday, .Yorembtr 1, 1SGO,
BaAar tk na aQe iSaor. la tb citr at Xemablt.
Sketbr aoaatr. Seat r Teanease, aroeeed to 1.8 at
pustic aareasa ts tk bizbt bxldr tar cask, a rattow
tcx iracta f laad, aUaatrd tn IMmXHa amcty. 3te at
ns x. sr. naeuasai x. tan s. u t jt. w. X. sad
W H ot X. W X af secAea X. at (S aereaC aad I.
A N at S. A K ar aee. No 3 (9 stresK aad V. S. IC
SeTll rJtt aetjl and N. H. X aad W. w. af S. X. at
aad X h or B, w. x f aec-jr. It fiso arrss aad X.
W If atidS. X t c. ; ftao aemrt tad K. M and X.
W !tatS.W N.aadS W k otS B. x.aadB. K
at S. K. X T e X. tt (ISO acre.); aad K. X at a.
w t aee. X to (90 acre); sad n. w trae y . and
r trie, k . and S. K. X ot lc Na. 10 (tSO aereaU
aral X. W rraa X ana S. w. rrae X see. XavlS 1X19
scra)r aad X. W. frac XaaJS X at J. W. X.aiklX.
X ( S. E. X af aee. X 3d (I aer.); aot S. X of X.
B. X. aat X B. X af X X X aad 8. M af see. X. SI
(US acra)i and XV Xandw XofXB.Ve(ec
X. St (S4 acre); and X. W frac X, aad 9. X trat.
X ar c. X. I (120 aer.): aad X. W frac X. and X.
I x. tiac jt.anit. Hots. x.x,HS. w. rrac xor
ik. .so. a (w acrrai. - ana xra ar C
Xa. 51 (wa acre.); sad X W. tra. X, aad X E. era.
X, aad S trae X t aee S St (tit aer.); aad X. H
ar sc X. II (CO acre. K aad K X f 1. B. X.asdS.
W. X at S. B. X. aat S. B. X af 8. W. x,iJX. Haf
S W. X.antB. W. X ot S. W Xotsae. X. 13(333
atresli aod X. V. ttac X ot tee. Xa. B (Its acraatj acd
traa. sec IT (MO aT)t aad X. M at se. X. tofrto
acrs)i and X. w. xat aee. X. tu (UOaera.)! and X.
frac K asd a. W X at srr. X. IS (tat) aerarjt aad
rrac mc Sa. zt (tto Krra): sad rrac aae. Xa t. (MO
aer.); sad frac. aee. Xa. 7 (lao acreslr aad trae. ate.
X. lS(M)er.iR anJ X. w. frac. X. asd X. B. X at
XXX. aadB. X at aac Xo. IS ( aer) and W. X
at sec tt. 39 (r acres); aid rrae sac Xa St (MO
acres); all la uvaakip X IA atria. r raate Ka. S
srt, and fne. se. Xa. I (fl W acre.), lu towaaalp Xa, t7
BHtturaqeeasatt nraamaJS thereat (IB tk prets
si n derrod aa akall b icOdeat te par off aad
diseharr wMVentlaadutasd uaatld. tofatker witn
lBterett sad emti, a a not for injK fa, mad br
MldR. T. Bkkardaou aad U. X. Clark, dated raid Sttn
PKtatMr. Itsr, uddaejasuaryr, T39S, sriMttce
MS.ro ThM Jones.
saittn'tiora,ir. jobx s fixxtb.
Ultra ramily Flour
TMXTT bitrats ot V.rao'.-a extra Fam Jt Fkmr maaa
V tacmtsd from tki ut tn. irkeat sad warranted as
rox! as tka test, for tale low tr
tjit-iw r t. ircanis a co,
Real Estate Brokers,
262 iTI'AlIe" STREET,
"FT A"VTE2 FOR S A TF:
0a. Ik Ma BuoJtstaakraat.lbsaa aadaaatf mile
irm amr, m a r nv. us aac awvatr aeee.
Jut at ta kalerieeaam at tb Mimseas aad Okarteii
ratbaadsadlbariieaaBooM tSaak mt, i B liln tb
OBvAteateal aveaae aar a Bae Baas, aaatameac
t. H,B,ulW urn.n a afNxteattatman
Itear B WVH stattao. ea SI ! aad ObfWM
rsltsawt, Ic at a nanism,
Kar saleilb-a awe Stad a twlaiato sdi tar a
Tetau $30 fee aoae
im i-oreafi sam
msAraV9lfs tflnt" 44T
Sva4v-Srs slearfd, aaad Isiss' isseaas, aana aaSe
tail ao a Hesaabis aad tnsrtainn ilinl. Bi-
cnaase tar eitr ssrriy.
1 13 ACRES
T mile tiaat In navy ssMtn. T-n aat t mearsd. to,
aac aerarr timt'red, akaafa ar SawaWa ev.
saw. A i ailiimsil araasatr wsU ba sM at a vsy
wv ffi, a reaaaaaaa mate,
ON PITE YEARS TIME,
One hnail.-e aotAr aes an near KiletaS mad, a
max from taeasy, laalf awe. aseated aWtoaateb
stalr aatovitbjn. A lat'OtaS bmiIM fix. AB
a staet aat ijjsnlas ateaaas wis amtwtoitbe
staee. A far haee aw a sardeaer.
anaisitoB.ek.Wbeaaltr's ftaeaa tb BaftvLat aaad.
aaa a as av aae aoeta ar m as. a narsata,
On Horn tat nrt,lMmi ateawd and a a alii i aBea
saad PwatBag aod safkilae. Tevsm ae.aaiaiaiiidaaar,
Tbee auswlraitaad tweatr acre eVared and aaaw.
ttoa. as ran! naaAr, Xljiliitptd, and neaf TawBa
18 3-1 ACRES
Xear Bart Jab, Lawst.aMaet. A apeesrialtoa
Mr tbasa waeeaa mat a iassjasauk aajmeaa.
Id A. J. Be naVMiUha, tor sal ekeap a Iwc tine.
II' 1-2 ACRES
Xar 8TteTab9r HttIw j lUaanbtMBtHf ImTXwTH.
Oa raster street Had, lost bryond tk taat rate, far sal
aa sro .ffapvFe9aTS.
Qs tk Bale ink. md, near toe rsdesca(iGt. Pop
asd Br. Atetsasmttc, Mt( are, teb ,aad rweaty
cxr. can oa.areo. aors as.Mto oeouuiaiij niimw.
A spteadtd location for 1 viatdant r msrkas sardeaer.
16 1-1 ACRES
BaaHrar tuaberedf tb taat tot in lb Omni.
Rctmra sakdlHsaaa. epJ'to 0v. Jat', tor sal a
soar Tear time.
Oa tb new Slat Ua ra.t. m.'IH B rrsMeaoar
J. u.Mwaaat SB4 s. n. asname, eat. A aaaatuaf
beaiivMlro and tkr-aaartr mBe rra Ooon
3 1-2 ACRES
On XiLeaaes arena, toaatttaav Umbered.
8 t-S ACRES
ar1UBr avt4tl tacayVlVtofta aBUBaTwf ftfO tt?T a
AHiiBlf P tWiatn tt Bn Lakt rov4.
Wtt of 3Cr. TwifVtj t4w.
G 3-4,. ACRES
at Ww rtr. -
Ot . aBlMMaaisaaaridUl Wb-S tolalBdt fax. BT ta) rr-
drjr mt J . Wki, Emh tar aar a wif mVi tut mt
VtvsW mi OW ralfTO-l, 1t- xaAt. fesi ts
Is IlVntS WW lw Tauao tUamriV OTTI! Mu Ud hW
BAVary m4jtS1U. X t4Sarliftol rtsMfOCai atbtt BftrkH
VmlVtra. Tvt Ml p spyQ rtamiH Qra.
2 DO ACRES
Situated wa Pis-Ma Beoat read, arte ard a btlt mkVs.
Ta oattr tract, M be sold at a barxalu, rit wM b
aot aAtaUet dw, tea ana Iwootf aes, on tons t m.
1 3-1 ACRES
On Xorkd'arcra, beavHr ttmbrd, fb.ap for caaa.
BaaaUMBr taamred, ia th- viM.r t riskervilt.
WBAneStaaa tor dw r'eomtr.
east at tk oBx. o two Xaam nad; twa
ortr acres eWAred. wltb ?. aeHotanttai
MonsarTat,jDupree & Co.
Haywood County Lands.
535 ACRES OF LAND,
SitaatfdJtlskjaiHea fa et Ct.TKl,,n..r UradoraaQ'a
250 i ACRES. CLEARED; BALANCE
THE uaproveniaU cvoilrl ot. a Dw.ftAeic Hoo, na
. a-rw caklaa, a to. aUU. ate Tata 1 Talaaala nrnnw
rtr, bat w win srt Bat mock lewitAia Its vsta for
tma-tktrd raak, batanoi is ana aad two rtaia wttt iatsr
at, if tzasnediale apptieatioB ia mad.
. S033ABBAT. PTjmKS a. CO.
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PROMPT ATTENTION PAIB TO At
REAL ESTATE. NEGROES,
IN CITT OR COITNTRT.
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