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NIPGEN & EEAKIRT,
Ho. 318 Main Street Hephin Tc&a
- i ,(ll,Mr-. .Mliii'.ilnbiil-""-': V '
S R-r.llMrvTri doro,..; l.yo:,k,i.!.:..,ou
Ringpn 4 Hukirfs Pi-roarcd Cold Tressed East
lima castor Oil- .
m4 Mi-hrf-l "J dniuEfortl.el.a,r,and
BEABttnOK'S l'KM imATi:n 1IW.SAM OP TOLL',
Superior lu ail v'-l'V". t-jiutal.ll.v on bund.
Our liM ol Perfm.irrv, TiM Articlw and Vqr
Ai tiolcB are seeend lo none out of Neve 1 I'i K city.
Wo Iiavo purchased since tlio decline iaCohl!
Awl I'l'Jeo vurttlTO irtt tt. W imdur.oiil "
Ki:ii:mbi;p. tuk Pi.aci;,
Wtifson'B old stand, 318 Main Street,
M KM I'll IS.
C. F. CIIAMBERLIN & CO.,
107 Main Street,
Black Eook Manufacturers,
WHOLESALE AND KKTaIL DEALERS IN
STAPLE AND FANCY
S T A T lO .YL 11 Y.
Memr!i:l, Ancuit, Is-
V r MX,'S. 8 . tttWtl, J. H- 11-v.U l.t, U.V of tWMtlltt.
t r. blab, Ul-: of ll.e linn of Slraltoii, MelblVltl A Co.
1 Southern Palace !
HIXO, A. (' O
Wtolt'al-! Rcl'-1 Daln if
KAJ.TVA.ND STAPLE PHY WOPS. SOOTS, SHOES,
0.J2 Main Street,
S:i:.l fji.nerly oconr.el '"-I'ftJ, l.l,ii.,bo ar-) Sir n i ff .
an.-lT-3-n Mi-' i Tilts
THE OLDEST HATTER of MEMPHIS
7t. EI. HI Mil. Et,
Iufjr:i.i li.i C.ty nr.J Cjiiiitrv l'rii'ii'l.. tl.i'. htt is utr. l LW
.Vjt'iiijjhis Hat 1 ompany,
TL'.in Street, opposite Court Suufcrcj,
A ill Wi'.iA firiorinnMit ot If iM i. it luih'i fi'i.-i: .iiu
rHENCII. CLRMAX A X 1 AMERICAN
n u t i o x s , ii o s i f. it v , n r t o ; s . i: t v ,
2791-2 Main Street,
Encourage Home Enterprise.
J. P. MURPHY & CO.,
W'HOLKSALH ASU ri:taii,
diroftis it Coseuuissioii
No. 199 Poplar Street, IIEMrillS,
Oi-I'osita Market lLm:.o.
(-'tth ii'U'nnncfl Til a df on Cotton fur sliipmcnt.,
nii-l rnl'NTKY I'KODUCE. T'.a trictwt attyiuion .id
We have a larjic an J c'inunodi'Ji Wftrwhouse fit t!ie
Drsjtc uf Otfuds uu ttm protiAii-o.i,
ALSO, AGENTS FOS
Mcinphix ricrinicnl mills,
INFAM.TM.E IlAKlMl ?0WlEtt, HLAPK AM)
lilll wkitiso inks. and i ' i . l" 1 l aso solvui.k
SaU-ratua and S .'la jucktd in fj mi J 1 V-t ) w ri.
&' A Liberal Discount to the Trade.
Orduri filled ivitli din'c'i. R-rr;17
L.C. IIAI'-DWICK. P.M PATTKitxoS
IURDW1CK, PATTFiiSON & 10.,
Il l rtrs nKH'if-lHt'l t.fmii'!ve tc:tti-r f-,r
tlip jjurji-jfio yt tiiirryii.p ou ft yt ii'Miil
Wagon Yard Business,
II'.vo fipcncJ the larpa yurd
On Washiiilogi Slroot,
I"l.woeti Tiitr-1 mid Fniirtli StrcLtn,
W'hcro lln.y desire ti mso thuir nld riutoiii'irR, iiud us mnny
U'JW uIujh US Cll'mMO tu I'OIliQ.
Feed of all kinds for Stock for Sale,
At lowest market I'l'ko.
A Fine Fuitnt of ll'alcr it) in the Lot.
Thove is rIso a Rood plnco for Wajjgonors to
Sloop and Cook.
Tli?)' aru uliii
RoBponsiblo for Anything Left in
Givo tu n call.
S. L. STKWAItT.
Lalo uf .Stewart k Klug.
M. V. I,. STKWAKT.
jjnlo of Kaloigh.
W L. ST12WAIIT & BltO.,
Commission & Grocery Merchants
No. 17 MADISON STREET,
h i ; m n 1 1 a ten n es3 e e
Haro for saK ai WboloRalo and ltotful,
7., Sa-ki rtinioo RloCoITr,
lrfl lldln. Flur,b".t brand!,
ltU . -i an4 wbol9 bblj. ijolanl,
to KnpH SvrupM,
ItKI Duxes OandlGI,
W) Ko Lard,
a ll"H Wliiikr,
10 lib tfujar, varlMil fri-lel,
BACON, II A M B ,
An ik (Ttmanl tunrtmont of
l'r 'aiK iitt'-n'-u'D i'n to order?. " lT-Sui
.V mjthi ,l(frrtistincnts.
UOOD FAKE. MODERATE l'RICEH
NoJ. C! ai.i 03 ADAMS STREET, Utwnin M and 31.
L. C. Hardwick nr.d M. Koalis,
Panics from the country will iinj tlic best
uf p.,v.'i!iuu.diitk-:i at llufl llut.'l. niu-17-:im
J. U. W'AGG i:EIi & (0.,
it'u rn.s l.v
EEADY MADE CLOTHING,
Gents' Furnishing Goods, &c,
Clut'i Mart!,- ltk-ck.
294 Main Street,..
EIKGIIAM & BRO.'S
II (till CftrrifcJ t'U fit tin.1 Hniur ft mi J,
Ma,-n Street Memphis.
v o p 1 1: s
mam: i R"M ricn.'itES of hu'easeh per.jdns.
And all Sl ..f
mnyis M) siious,
and Hats, Etc.,
MV S3 5 J, . I,
an.-lT MKMI i;! Ti:NN.
A. II. KOIti'Hi-iBCT,
Vlioli-salo and Retail
Dealtr in Moots Shoes L ..rwjan
No. 200 1-2 MAIN ST.,
.Ml t-i call
BROWN fc JONES
HMIF. ami hi.iail i-iiik
0 FT I CL'S:
No. 40 JoiToraon Street, botvrcen Main aud Sd
Aril at Yard, l-Vit ot J'jplrvr .trcot. 'ju L'oo,
ItLIXOf It & CO.,
K-.'i r.,intrtTiMr fn hand an f.-nnt iif-rtntit f Siili'-n-i.r,
l';ui-y (jwidt, Mu ncal 1 twti uinuiitf, l'liLiiro I riunop, A-:,
rrinfers and Iiookbindors.
Wii iiaifj 'iirtii-iilnr nUcnli.ni our to"k of fr'ti""""! Irakis
St!itioin;r ai.it lioid Ti'iid.
NO. 315 MAIN STREET,
GEORGE ARNOLD & CO.,
AT THEIR OLD STAND,
230 Front fitroct,
JTo. 204 Mala St root, - - Memphis, Tcnn,
Bi'twopii A'Umfl mill Wachtnjton BirootH.
DfliiW m Inm tm'l Lrnd Tipo, Slippf Lead,
Hutitipr H'"" lirH?, (.'iipprr and Imn rr uriH Lift Fumri
fr very purii'if1; Wjii -jr siul Ilatli 'ui Wiwrf
Ctipp'T or Lftml, '!. plot wilh htif'W "m, et ; 1:irlili Vmli
rni't HHiinpiniiiine st.nion; 8t"iim iiiiri (. hocW Vulvi-f; liMletr,
(Ml ('.iipn, fiaiiK' and L'M' C'lOl.fi, Hi"1. Oupliiiic a nl Ilr;st,
"Vnrh iff ivory deff riptum, huuiu (iiii(oi uitri tj hjUr-iuIic
in-.hiii- :aL Work pronipilj atf)a'Jrd t".
my hi v Aa
NEWS AND L1TEKAKY JOUIiN'AL
BOLIVAR, HARDEMAN COUITY, TENN., SEPT. 21, 1865.
Jlcmph is Sd rt rlistmnt is
O. 1). JOHNSON.
LI. A TR JO II N SON it lit)01)Yt A It, J
WUkial. and K.-ttil
153 Main Street, - - . Memphis.
Sl.'.-i.ll INN llltl) s.
K. 1-UI.-B slr.-i-t, 11,
m vi:it t ro.,
I' 1 " "t lium, -Now v!
SVSm&TSK, r.TAYEK & CO.
5niiufuclur,T, liai-rt-i-.i WMmlc Ii.j.'.l-.-v-, in
c k;ai;s aii ri:A o,
llul-bur, I. inn. I '!. ma, Itjac, and llriar
No. 33 JefTerKon Htrcct
.Seed S!ore and Grain Warehouse,
Main Etiect, - - - Jackson Ulcck,
A r-l lonil'i Ht-.k on band. a'.irir r.in
D'ON'P STREET, EAST S'I'E,
.'.liiuiau'o PI-J .k,.
..Ilotwuun (,urt aud Mn lis'
On.t - d---lt- I
.i. a i'Mrlw:t.i,. i;.v. ciiamdei:'
f AIIPR-KLI,, CHAMBERS A; CO.,
W!i"!m n'5 UlLtiI Ilraicis iu
s j:i: ii,
India and Domestic Dry Goods
PLANTATION St ITLII'-S,
11 c'l, IlAt.-, Cf t and a C-npral A -.:rtn;tnt Mt-n's
l a; ni-.hinp 0 '-'n,
"l (xxluifi IEIik !i,
r? M '..r, , . J7-Cji! MEMPHIS.
CIIIIAP DRY GOODS.
On -tntMHis tjtjpos iii-s;
MENKEN BEOTIIERS f; CO.,
A '!'. Wo::,' O-J ti-aud,
Corner of Court and Main utroctH,
0.1-ir, a! Li Tncu,
Balm-rat Sliirts, I.iuoyi, S!m a"l 1-.I. 1 incus
'Iciis" U:is, Ai yro Slats.
And :.ll kin.l.i if
Uus'ury, C'luvf,', Quilts,
mIs Sold ( !ie;ii.
P"vr I tt invitid l,i l-k at -nrStrek.
r.n, lT-3m Ktl.N K EX IIKO S ,t CO , VU3 Main St.
. 1, HAWKINS,
J. F. SCIIIEFEB
I. I HAHJilXS C O.,
Aluniifrt'-tttri'rn and hlean!
Dca'crs in Saddlery
licathcr, Eridlcs, Harness, Collars
Ii! .IcH'iTnoii Slu t i,
UMiinrn M.nn uml Socnd. a"d7-3ui .MEMPHIS.
P. A, PHILLIPS, M.cnp'.ifc S. ASSLN II 1.1 M , Nw Y irk
A3SENIIEIM & PHILLIPS,
W 1,'il-Mlo and K IHl"ra in
mil's ami Hoy CJIolhins,
II ATS, CAPS i
, KIIOES. TPTNKS, VAI.IS1, I.I--MS u-
,V. 31 JithrsoH Kirrti,
tubman'. Old Stand, : MLMPIIIS. Tonn
Liberal Cli Advance. n.ado on
1 to our own ho iu New lorn, ""i;"'-
C. V. S. MONNIEK,
MIIOLKSALF, AND HETAIL PEAM'-RS IS
MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, LTQUOKS,
I'ointx, Oils, Vijr Mutt's,
Potfiiirorr anri Fanrv Ait rl n.
Oram and Oard-T Sir!ti
Noh. 100 and 102
MAIN RTF EI. T,
Cirnur -f tVoih-iift-B.
-VMf, "f -::-
liJ U IJJIJiiJJ
DFOTED TO THE IXTERIiSTS OF
ttE BOLIVAR EULLETIN
la iniblihli-ii l'vt-rv Tbursday,
1y J. B. MILLER aud M. 11. PAKBI&H.
S'-CUII'TION-Oni Copy One Year Four l).,nan. nv
ru,l ly in advance; tin,: C"'J line il j'-11'
Uelili:l':d, Fllty Ccl.tl.
A t'ltTlSI Mi-iini S inaro.of ten line, nr 1
e.-i -b Mil
iiieiit jn.i ltioii 60 eolith;
Inary 1 nientli ff::M
;:,ty l ii-i :t.iM)
.ta 1 do a, ,'l
i, tenia 'or line.
2 mnntln SI.M 3 inoncli.-
2 do ('.nil 3 do
it ui, rt.i.l :t do
2 do HM1 3 do
'I lo 1,1.1 :t do
o ilo I.I.I :t do
2 ,1,, '."ti. I :l do
2 do -,eiO 3 do
1 do T.i.l
1 do lii.HD
1 do K'.ihi
I il-j ;'1.h,
1 d, -l-.nO
1 2 J
liil'b'i above Term and Jtate. will no strn uy none
JB .It - '.'ti'iuB. Marriiu-n, llirtb an I ).-alli Notii-a ...llni.-d,
i, , 1,1-e iiilln.i-ly mviif d 1- ltKl: OI- HAltOh. Obit
uleoWll bo tbai;i:d lvr at advcrtnlliK rule..
r.Hvi f',.r,Tf 'I'lio ci'iitrai't fur
luiiVi.ii', hrid.izo tivt.r ii ,t,-l,;.. nv..r a.
ui ,rt fV.MUIlOO Iltiriil HI IIIIH IH11CU oil un;
Missi.-)'!'! Central railroti'l, lias heoii K-t t
h, ':;lilv rffpniisiblo .artiiis, wlio aro to coiii
j ,1 a-f ! it in (mo liniidrcil days Cnmi tlicdatinif
i. ihtrn't. Pri'siilciit. Wt'st is working with
,i ht'a'ly jnwtl will, uinlili'sorvcs the congrat
ulatii:i:, of this ontiro ietiilt).
Tip new hri'ltro over AVold: rivi-r, on tlie
M .-ln-his nii'l ( tliio railroail, lias been tanii
ilitln, ami a lturoinutivo nrrivi-d at Union
,It'io tfii milos from Mrinjiliis, on the 1 Itli
inrit.j.iot n-ionirir j n i t .5 u stir anions the cil
izensas it was the first time the iron liorso
1 1 in 1 tin seen in their nii'lat since tlie lutli
uf .Ime, lii--
Tit work of ret'iienine; the entire mil is
la in; rushed nlnTtd with all jiu-sihle speed.
Co. Sam. Tate took cliarL"' of the Mem
idiis and Cliarh-stiin railroad on tlio 11th
inst. Tlio road is in t;nod rtinnin;: order
!r 'in M'-niphis to Itik;i, ft distance of 1 fr
milt-. There is only a jrap of :"li miles he
tivmi the former city and t 'liurlct-tun , S?.
C. t is expected that cars will mss oicr
the citire length of the r-ad in six or seven
weefc, Col. Tate lias reihn ed the 1'are to
five cents per mile. Now il. only costs
5) tu pi from Lnranp: to Memphis,
whim 'h id .ri) less than we used to pay
whili Lie military inn the road. The rates
on frcUlit have been considerably reduced
Tic 1 llh New York cavalry, which ha.
beer ui duty in this district fur several
ni'iitlispust, 'is ordered to Albany, X. .,
whe-e .hey will bo mustered out ot the scr-
T.ie crop of b"y 'nv HainpJore is at
Ica.-t jiie-third la'rer than last y, -ar... Can
ada cH'ps this year promise tu be the larp'st
ever larvc-ted'in the Province.. .Wool prow
iu ii fast beeomim: ntio of the leadin-;
sources of wealth in Missouri. ..The Peters
buri't Vn. ) tobai e-i i,inmifacl;-ries are com-
,,,,,, n vi, ,.. -,rn;n,..Tlii! fees of the Health
1. illii r ol' New York are uliout !f ioo.ooo pec
annual. ..Tlio California and Xcvada mines
Hhowa constant ''ncrease of productiveness.
...It's said one dress at a late Saratoga ball
cost f 2 'iii.lXI.
P,ft.Jhrs in 'JcnneSitd The fullowini;
post' Dices in Tennessee uro ordered to be
Clur di Oruvo, Knox county; Maynards-villi-
I 'nil ui county; 'VYoudbourne, Union
county; I i it Sprinp Wilson county; Par
rat'sv'illc, Cooke county; I'incastle, Camp
bell county; Harques, (IratipT county;
'I'liurrliill. (iramrer county; Koss, Anderson
county; Clinton, Anderson county; Head of
Ilarrui, Claihurn county ; Cumberland (lap,
( laibo-n comity; Speedville, Claiborn coun
ty; Tazewell, Claihurn county; Pleasant,
Cl.iiljorn county ;
Important Decision. The Memphis Ful
lain of a recent date says: the following
extract, of a recent decision of the Quarter
master (ieiicral, will be of (.'rent interest to
lioldrrs of property in this city, who have bad
their buildings taken for piveninient uses.
It is very r freshing' when we are told that
TennesscK was never in insurrection, and
1 bat the bile war was fon-dit as a rebellion,
lova'.tv beim: rei"opiized wherever it was
found", and loyal persons protected, not oitiy
in their persons, hut. in the rights of property.
M-ssis. Eras A Hudson, Attorneys and
Cliiim AL'ents, Xo, llll Madison nlrcet, have
this decision, which was made in a case pre
sented by them notion!; since the loyalty
of tlie claimant not bcin questioned :
" .Memphis was a, bo.-tile city, captured by
our troops from an enemy who did not surren
der on terms, but were driven out by force of
arms, Everything was aprizo of war, as:w
Savannah and Atlanta; buildings were occu
pied lor shelter ol troops and for sick and
wounded soldiers ul the capturing army.
Il does not appear that the Military Depart
ment should overpayment of any rent tinder
such idreiiuistanees. Now thtit tlie active op
enttions of war are over, and peaco isiestor-
ed, the IJovcriimcnt Will iloulitlcss frivo il
ovooio-lv w hich itdoes notconliscate us rel.
properly, or will pay rent irum uio
rcsltiralion of peace."
The Trrjidtui i Guard The war depnrb
meur, on the 6th inst., issued nn orderdireet
inC that the ( liio Union Light Cuiard, Lii.u
lenant Jamison coniinandini', at present
Jolmson'B Podv-euard, and which acted in
the same capacity fur the late Mr. Lincoln,
bo mustered out "of service under charpi of
tho Cumtnissioner of Musters of this De
partment. Tho iiiiiriter-outandpay-rolowill
be made in this city, and all members who
wish tu return to their homes in Ohio will
bo furnished with transportation thereto.
This company of cavalry is ono of the best
in tho service, and durin,!: tho whole timo it
lins been on duty nt tho Executive Mansion
not ono of its members has ever been placed
under arrest from February to November,
1SG1. Lieutenant Jamison, who commands
the guard, was on constant duly at tlio Whito
Houso without being absent u singlo day.
A detachment from the Provisional Valley,
formed from the Veteran Unserve Corps, will
constitute tho President's guard hereafter.
Toe f'flcretary of tho Treasury is now
pavinc Texas Indemnity Ponds, (so called)
w hich wcro issued by th United States to
tho State of Tcia", under Act of September
l 1?&0, w hen such bunds aro presented by
Io'vhI holders, with evidence that tliey Iiavo
Poed through tin- bauds of loyal citizen
Trow tlio Mainl-oi. Arpua, LV.li iliKt .
A "Memorial Church" in Memphis
The Itev. James Vr lo,ers' disenursc, on
Sunday last, at the court room, lircenlaw's
buildiiie, on "The lioimr due to the Conied
erato dead," was founded on this text:
'And he brought up fruit) thence the
bones of Saul and the bones of Jonathan,
his f-011. And the bones of Saul and
.bibnalhan, his son, buried they in the coun
try of liciijaniin in .elah, in the sepuleher
of Kish, his father, and they performed all
that the Kim: commanded : and aft'-r that
God was (iitraitulfor the Ztt)iJ."II Sam
uel, XXI, i:;-n.
The .rds we bave emphasized in tins
text formed the keynote tu the reverend
P'litlemaii'H entire discourse " After that,
Cod was entreated for the land." The elo
quent speaker (and be was eloquent and nn
. on this occasion, Vieyond anything
that the writer has heard for many a day, j
showed that notwithstanding the enmities
previously I'sistiiifT between the houses ol
Saul and David, the ftruvc bad silenced all
resentments, and that until tlio i.roper re
spect and honor w ere paid to tlie heroic
dead, Cod would not bless the land. Hence
ho arpied that as often as civil wars oc
curred anions the ancients, when great is
such were forever decided by the sword,
the fuiiio of heroes, without distinction of
party, naturally became, and ini!:ht to be
come a national beritnire. In litis con
nection, be instanced Marius, Hampden, Sid
ney, Cremwidl and others, llaviujl estab
lished this by sati-factory argument and il
lustration, be" transported his audience to
tiie future, when our whole country, jreat,
peaceful, and happy, shall honor alike the
toml s of Sherman) Cnint, Lee and Juhn
s!on, Leoiiidas I'olk and liedl'ord Forrest
thus apcstivphi.inij; the North :
Nor .bail your cl.il-liea vonder '. Orech and i-is.u
W lull ye
tell tbem of a narrow pa,a rtluljeut mil dill.
llui. ni'iiek i,itb admirati ii, tbay'll Kate fr-in aea t
I'l-oo our million ire. an-l ob, IlllliM-Tll K.
I'orcban-i will crv, t. :iu..ru-J, "Nor tb; li.eir oii.y
Tbat ui-l-or-tla went Cm-bin by tv.ry forelrn c-n.t -W
ent tla.liiin ll.eu triuuii-bant, uu tlio unruly ui-. a
ltot a t.ir.ir to hi. reman wbile Semmefl
ri.Ji-nt ih!n of (I'-rv. and bailed Wr'r it (lew
vi,,,. i... .l i .... 1, 1. .rati, 01 li.r tlie liero and In oree.
Waliboiior and uUeotiou f-.r ll: land lliat ttvi tbem
Tliioijti tiled witli cloud. f norroir, the nroudct i-t of
')'l;'prli.'l.i.t thine of MTy-- land t..t T-ould be free,
Or, like tlio 'Alaeaina. , doen bcliealb tbo
This passage was delivered by the poet-
oi-.itor with most toll mg; elltct. .Mr. Imgcrs
then pi'ocei ded to spi'ak of ''our beloved
sunny Southern land," and predicted lor it
unbounded urosin-rity 111 the not Tery ins
tant future, notwithstandine; its present wuful
de-nlatiiin. He oai-l (do ineiit tributes tu
Uisliop ('tevillid liishop Polk, respectively
ma to me Aiemory 01 our vooieoi-ino
id (-uieludeil by a must eh
.ipoeai lo tun lmotiiri to resciiD toe names
of gallant private soldiers, wdio leil in bat
tie. lr-.ta ohlivion. In do tins more ei-
I'ectually than is possible bv unv other con
ceivable method, lie proposes the erection
O! a C allieilral i imrcli, Hi .ueimnns, 10 uieir
niemoi'v. on whose "mural tablets, frescoed
walls, and memorial windows" their names
may be inscribed, and so handed down Irom
age to age.
Mr. Kogers was listened to by alarge and
most attentive audience of the "old citizens
of Memphis." The court room was crowded
lo its utmost capacity, and many who came
to hear him were denied that pleasure on ac
count of the impossibility to obtain scats.
An ollicer (a colonel) of the U. S. army, wiio
was present, pronounced it a mo.-t appropri
ate and eloquent discourse, ami declared that
it ought to be reported in full, and published
for the reason that it was mo.-t admirably
adapted to bring about complete restoration
vif harmony and good feeling between the
two sections. We understand that a com
mittee of citizens intend soliciting a full re
port of it from the author, for publication
and sale in pamphlet form to aid the project
nf raising funds for the proposed "Memorial
Church." At the (dose id' the services about
$3,l)iM.I was subscribed by the St. Lazarus
Congregation. There is hardly a doubt that
tho enterprise which Mr. lingers has thus so
auspiciously inaugurated, will succeed. A
man of his energy and perseverence knows
no such word as fail.
The increased supply of cotton, and tho
probability uf an increased export, are thus
stated by a leading commercial journal :
"'The supply of cotton coming into the
Southern ports at present, largely exceeds
the consumptive ability of tho Northern
mills. The receipts at New York, during
tho expired portion id" the present month,
have been at tho rate of N:;(i,(!l!() bales per
annum very largely in excess of the high
est rate of Northern consumption during the
years of peace; and yet, with a large vatiu
of importation, the slock at. New Orleans is
50,000) mure than, at tho same, period, for an
average of four ears before the war. At
New l ork the stock ih z-'i.tjlMJ hales larger
than was held at the caitio period ot l-S.i'J,
at all the Northern purls. It is clear, there
fore, wo havo reached u point at which tho
exports of enttoinuiist very largely increase.
On tho loth inst. there were at New Or
leans fifteen vessels bound for European
ports, wilh an aggregate tonnage of 7,3SJ
tons, so that tho men nt) uro at hand for im
mediately executing any foreign orders for
cotton. Lis not reasonable to suppose, that
the rapid accumulation of cotton may in
dueo the early shipment of large amounts of
the staple, to forestall aprobablo decline iu
prico. At all tlio ports, there aro now UT5,
000 bales of cotton ; fully n six month's con
sumption for tho North; and jet cotton is
coming into tho Southern purls nt tlio rale
uf about 40,000 bales per week, or ,000,000
per annum. With mu ll nn enormous excess
in tho forthcoming supply over the Northern
demand, it is impossible that wo can have
any oilier reeult than mi early export of cot
ton upon ft large scale The effects of such n
inoremcut upon exchange and gold aro very
Danville Looking J;. The Danville
Register gives, in a small compass, an en
couraging review of tho improvements in
progress in that plaot1. J I mys:
Wo notice preparations aro he'g made
for erecting, new Htore houses ;" "or grow
ing town, and a good deal -' repaiiiiig and
retittini old fcoiir, is ' coicg on.
General Lee-His Acceptance of the
Presidency of Washington ColJege
The- gratifying duty of announcing to the
counii v the acceptance by Ccn. Kobert K.
Leo of" the pre-.ideney of Washington co.
lc'.i, has been devolved upon the undersig
ned by the board of trustees of that institu
tion. "The accession of this distinguished
gentleman to the faculty of this venerable.
college, and as its honored chief, is destin
ed, we O ust, to mark the commencement ot
a new era in its history, and most cordially
du we congratulate its'numerous friends on
tiiis must auspicious event. The high, noble
and patriotic, motives which impelled our be
loved chief, in accepting the honorable, but
comparatively humble position tendered tu
him by the authorities of the college, must
win for him a new title to the admiration and
love of his countrymen. The coiie-e under
lh(! administration und supervision of Cun.
Lee, w ill resume its exercises on the 11th.
At a meeting of the board of trustees of the
college, enlivened iu Lexington, on Thurs
day the .'il.it tilt, the following resolution
was unaiiiinoubly paed, tho publication!
uf which is demanded as an act of justice
alike to Ceil. Lee and themselves :
lUsoh td, That the board heartily concurs
in. and fully indorses, the sentiments so well
expressed by Ceneral Lee, in his Jotter ot
acceptance of the presidency of Washing
ton college, that " it is the duty of every cit
izen, in the present condition of the coun
try to do all in his power to aid in tho res
toration of peace and liarmony, and in no
way to oppose the policy of the state or gen
eral guvernment directed to that object,"
and that " it is particularly incumbent on
those charged with the instruction of the
youni'. tu set an examplo uf submission to
authority: sentiments Unit cannot lau io
ommeiid themselves to the approval of tho
President of the United States, and to the
unqualified assent of all sensible and virtu
Indediating his futuro life to tho holy
work of educating the youth of his country,
Cen. J ,ee presents a new and int I tsting phase
of his grand and hemic character a charac
ter than which no more perfect model exists
among living men. " "l'is a solid fabric, and
will well support the laurels that adurn it.''
Let the young men of the country, north as
well as south, be wise and profit not less by
his precepts, then by his great oxample.
JoIlN W. JiltoCKKNBltOl'OII.
Reetur of Washington College.
Lexington, Va., Sept. 1, 1805.
Hcripefur Worms in Horses. Powdered
poplar bark, two ounces; powdered sulphur,
four ounces; table salt, three ounces; worm
seed, one ounce; carbonate of soda, three
ounces. Mix, divide the mass into twelvo
parts, and mix one with the fowl every night.
This will not only remove the worms, but
also tone up the digestive organs so that the
parasites eaur.ot fur a time generate. l'rai
To Fracn-e Tomatoes Prof. Mapcs snys:
"Iftoinatoi sarc slightly scaM ed and skinned
and put into bottles, and those set in boiling
water fur a few minutes, and corked itnd
sealed, the fruit will keep as long as desired,
and if eaten when first opened will have the
same taste as when just picked from tin)
vines." Probably a better way is to peel tho
tomatoes and boil slightly so as tu expel the
air, then put iu heated buttles and cork at
once. All depends on the exclusion of the
air. Tho more perfectly this is ''one the
biti-.-er fruit may be preserved.
O-rn Iinral;es -Btn eight or ten ears
of corn, pass a sharp knife down each row,
and with the back of the knife or a spoon
scrape off all tho corn, but be ; Tticular to
leave the hull on the cob. Ono gill new milk,
two teaspoonfuls salt, two eggs well beaten,
and as much Hour as will make a batter as
thick as griddlceakcn'. Then add tho corn.
Havo the lard boiling hot, and then drop a
ttihlospoonful at a time. When brown,. serve
hot for dinner. F.c.
A wild ox escaped from a drove in New
York the. other day, and ran through several
of the fashionable thoroughfares, knocking
people down and maiming them. Ho was
pursued by a police sergeant on horseback,
tiring a loaded revolver after him, and the
.spectacle, although not altogether novel for
the metropolitans, caused (juite a sensation.
The ninth shot from the policeman's revolver
While Mr. Laird and Mr. W. II. C.IToy
were conversing at Llulf Springs, Miss., on
the night of tho -1st nit, an unknown assas
sin rushed upon them and commenced lirinir,
lioth were killed, each receiving a ball
through bis lieart. The assassin lied, and
had not been captured at last accounts.
As a specimen of early marriages in Hin
dustan, none is more remarkable than one at
Indore lately. Tlio bridegroom is only six
years old, and the bride three years older.
The head ornaments of one of the elephants
was niado ol' pure gold. A salute of two
hundred and ten guns announced to tlio
people the union of tho happy pair.
The confiscation proceeding against Sam
uel MeCIanahaii),!. Prown, W. II, Stephens,
A. Jackson, H. P. Hurt, John. W.Campboll
and W E. Iiutler, all of Jackson, Tennessee,
were dismissed by the United Stales District
Attorney on Wednsday last,
A Tennessee merchant wbo Lad boon did
dled out of -21 S00 bv three simmers, met one
of the scamps in Baltimore, grabbed him, ami
liungon till tho police came. He hadprOten
detUo he a sun of ficar Admiral Porter.
A day laborer dropped dead in a harvest
field near Northvillo, N. Y-, recently. The
coroner found in his pockets $1,000 in cash,
two g- ild and two silver watches, r.nd a cortili
cate'of deposit for ..00 more.
A hail storm in tho vicinity of MtS-torling,
Wisconsin, destroyed thirty thousand dollars
worth of crops. Hailstones were seen which
measured six or eight inches in circumfer
ence. At a camp met ting, th officiating parson
Hiiddently called out: " If the lady with the.
blue hat, red hair and cross eyes don't stop
talking, she will bo pointed out to tho congre
gation." Henry A, Wis is on'1, with thirty pages of
foolscap, addressed to General (.runt, ap
pealing from General Terry's decision Iratis
lerring Wise's property, nliawloncd by him,
to the IVcedmen's Durcaii.
A Htil" -riptiun is on foot at Washington
iu nid of the family of AVirz, the Ander
It is stated that the Navy D, parhm'-nt
have designated the Ki-v. .1!. P.ovantoii, for
me r.'y ol' Cincinnati, to write tlie History of
ehe lliivv and our naval on!, n,ri.iCH iltuiiu:'
Jones is a strong believer in t'unrdian an
gels. "If it wcro not for Ihcru, " what would
keep pcoplo from rollin'.: out of bed when
they tire fast asleep ?