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MEDICAL. CBKS-fe BAKKERS . J GROCERIES, LIQUOES, &a DRUGS & MEDICINES. WfYW" TS .TftiV'rTafljJUlM
5F, SEYMOUR, M.
(Lt Brigade Surgeon, IT. S. A.)
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TTTlifcT A"Tb AUBfiBTI"'! I HI
ttil i-i An? Offica39CedarstrefbetweaSemmeraaaCherrr.
' "'AtA NASHVILLE.
1 " i OKea for treatment of all Diseases of the Eje
i-" Lea ,a v.r onmiloai for Squinting, Cataract, eet.
Atrf r 1
REAL ESTAT3 AGENTS.
Lea mllE firm heretofore exirtinB onder the a?ie
nD I firVn asd atyle of W. MATT BKOWfl uo
brawn rettrei froa the botines. Mr. Callender,
n nnnMtlini With PhlDUS Qarrett, Will CO
tinne the Real Ett businen at the old Und
W. Matt. Brown 4 Co, 41 J Chernnrtreet.
Aril!) -i W? Uill. viimhST
nu i nmrn f r A DDCTT
T.,B UALLuIMUun Oi unnni-i if
- Real Estnt -A.flrontB,
WILL rie their prompt attention w ine ttunz
. . ,
and reatinc or ercry acacnpuon ui iwcw muho.
.BnlldlHgXet feir ShIc,
KUMBER OF FARMS.
tr J.teA nt R!deBce; emteWng-lJ.ropnu.
rterritorr. 'AUotwo racantlrtl adjofeine.
2d. That iplendid Roildenec of the late Janlej'
lHh ttreeU. eontainlnf 8 roomi. beaides terranU
rooms ana ouer oui noiua.
ia tv,. .nl.n.li,! RmiMcnce of the late Hardin
V. Bottick, containinc about 10 roomi, out houe.
t. liooa Bpnnr na fpnnK nouie wmi
aTM 01 lana, lmmeaiaiciy ujik;iuv m wu,
the Charlotte f ike.
p6 4th. 50 acres or prouni of the Barrow Property.
J0- on the Charlotte Pike, which will bediridedto
aait surcaasem . . r
A rerr larw wimber of Lots , is Hie Cityl
mud the different Additions to Naserille. 25 Lots
in EdeeQeld aad BrownsTllIe.
th, A rerr Wmt suabec of tWBEST FARMS
in this and the adjoininc eounues. Appiy vo
J. L i R. W. BROWN,
dec4 lm 38H UniosUeet.
REAX ESTATE AXBJ
itufijf In n SUlt
DnOMISliWS FAITHFUL AND PROMPT
'fl rMpecUttBy tender our ef trices to -the Public.
as uenerai Acenu. lor ine rurenut ui
Hear Estate : Rentinr and Leasior of City
r nd i.ciiinr 01 uiir or
'ropery: Collection ofjNot- Aeeounts
Office, orer Second National Bank, Coliete street.
MnlH iirJlllWlll. tBClLZK1K
SCHOOL BOOKS. BLANK BOOKS, GOLD AND
Arnoltfa Wrltliiff Fluid & Copying Ink,
ill i Wellli t.YiskEir' aM TiMfe'l Canl ,
H J STATIONERY,
r'" An.l lt. Tjtis.1 Ll.eratnre of the Dar.
(Between Cherry and College,)
m (Ordtrs aelicited for every description of Printing.
J,l TT7"K have Jrcmoted our Stock to the Ware-
Y V house, comer Church and College streets.
lorraeny oceupiea oy i ayne, James x vxl, waero
we hope to meet our former patrons, and theipub-
. r ,,
Oar. Steele, U
And we always sell
-,J 'MiSirkct Prices.
A. A. SPENCER & CO..
.No. 29 KORTHi CHERRY- STREET.
rici ni l
SleIal-tteBtion-pald to the
COEEECTIftX P CLAIMS
1 J J
NO CHARGES IN ADVANCE.
HOWARD A NELSON,
Attorneys and U. S. Claim Agents.
Ilr risWr.M-irn." CF.'tfriti:. U. S. District
Judge: Anson Nelson. Esa., Pmidcnt becond a-
tlonal Bank; Ma
IMPROVED ERAS1VE ROAP.
one of ".end your Orders to ,
S.R0DDY & CO.j
cace of co
Ncr, 00, CkHrck Street,
D. D. DENTON & CO
CJTY STEAK1 ; SAKNT
SCAXBT . MAXtirACTORT,
C AXB H BRBAB KTREET.
'Dealer, can T lupplied oa' ahdrt notice
-with evervtVlne hi oar Lkit,' iB4e br our
r TO jCrackcrs
ID D. DENTON Q. M. HUNTIN0I0N.
1oift t swiff ii
(SfrBerBSiHS Mirket'aM CKtrfch ttrceUs, foi
merly occupied by ivmng, aiciror7jOc uy.
ARE RECEIVING and UaTe in itore the fol
lowln?: . i
liw barrels Urown ttugar.
CO do A CoSce bugar.
B do do
Symp, . i
hOlsnSrniD. 5andl0rali: I '..
CO barrel! 2fo 1 and 2 Mackerel,
60hfdo do do -
ou qrao ao ao . i
200 WU - do -....-Po H.' .t.K '
25 barreU . Uo i ynisicy,
25 i da'-lf.'Piko'i do
250 boxes star candle?,
100 boxes cheesa,
60 boxes rniiini. :
SCO kets nails.
1W) reams paper,
U) boxes assorteasoap,ir.
40 kecs sinter, : t
30 dozen buckets,
50 &cks Rio coffee.
409 botes caady, . -
. SO cases ardines, 4
0 boxee starch,
iO . do. .pickles, -20
50 boxes aborted wines.
lOC&.barrek Flour, all erailcj.
.n no- : I'outoes, .'.
109 boxes Fire Crackers,' i
100 eases assorted Xiquon,
Tn AiUnn ta Ihn'fibnrfl we haVfj a reneral as-
inrtmMitnrimK'friM all of which were boueht
durinr the present pressure in the Eastern mar
kets, we expect to sell koous on snort proms,
and would be pleased to have our old friends call
onus. , JiMiaMJCAAF.
un i' i it ii i r . . u ( '
A. G. Ewinr. of the former firm of Swinr. Mc-
Crory k Co., will be found with the above firn for
the purpose of settling; up their business. ateZx
CrPOWEtL, GREEK & CO.
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( a- 'I.
CqirifBCS PoWEtt; formerly C.. Powell & Co,
I. P. GREEN, formerly Nichol, Qreen Jk Co.Kath-1
Cnia. M. McUnr.K, livlne atKnoxrille, Tenn,
BY the above eoru'it will be seep we haro es
tablished ourselves inNewYor fur the pur-
note of doiu: a leritm&te commission business :
and beint a Tennessee house.-we respectfully so
iieitthe patronsrc of our boot hern friends gen
erally. We are amply prepared to make cash ad
vances on consignments ; to loan currency on gold
without-eharge of -interest ! to purchase and sell
cotton, tobacco, flour and pork : also gold stocks,
bonds, and government securities on a margin ex
clusively on commission. .
C. POWELL OREEX A CO..
v it tui lLi,4j
f AH t it
UHI.OK-) tAlVt I AflA
; jFTifrW weeds;
U. S TUJiLlU .NUAItU,
NASHVILLE, lENN, -l
A. 3- E N
At Mnnufuclurcrs PrlccM,
Witk. Freight Added.
The best,Two and Four Horse
Lever Powers and Threshers t
The best Ono and Two horse Hallwar1 n
Powers and Threshers;1
The best Reaping and '
CORN AND . ,- .. ,H
u. C0TT0N1 "- .
Jli1 -it COLTIVATOU ;
SATTLY GANG PLOWS;
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CORN SHELLERS; ,! 'J
".' . , ' '
' . STRAW CUTTERS, etc
Ciroulsrs mailed to any address. Or to.b had on
J. . WARXT.R Jt CO..
No. 2 Public Sqarr, Nashville, Tennessee.
TIIENECOXB XATIOXAE BANK,
' ' OF NASHVILLE.
CI10 Strccf,1 near Union,
ness, and furnish Exchange on
'Oorjrnment Securities. Gftld and Silver, bought
ana rum on commission.
A. 2plso. Preeident. , , -
W. J. Thomih, Ass"t Cash'r
THIRD MTI0NAI BANK,
.. air i .1 .1
If A SEVILLE, TEN2SSEE.
JOHX KlKKUAK, JOS. W. AlLEX,
D. Wkatii, Edoai Joxis.
!U't )F. Citk."; , . J. DcxcWjin j -j
ttnDr rxu, "vnU. K-'IIillIVx, 1
Designated DepotitarjNuid Financial Agent ofhe
This Bank occupies the building formerly occu
pied by the PiaoUrsV Bank; comer of Uuionand
College streets, and is prepared to buy and sell
JtWJ. al Stlitr, Drift). iZ & Sceuritir; and Sal
Swiii, (bUni uVof, Draft,, Owpon., dc. inall
porta of the United SUtes. " "t"
',5-SO.Boads And 7-3 Treuury Notes al
ways on hand, and for sale. Gold Conpobs cashed
Sa4tKipoundintcmt NototbougTitat hVhigh
tt rates. KDGAll "JONES, Cashiers
WV W. BKRRY, President.
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BAILEY, OBDWAY & CO.
COMMISSIOX AXD FORWAKDIXG
KO. 7BBOAI STREET,
(oVcr te Itiva'f)
:t a i - . t t t f .'
J.V the Trade that they are now receiving and
will have in store one of the largest and most com
plete lots of Groceries offered in tuts market Tor
some years cost. Tha'Goods were bought br one
of ourflxia in person In Baltimore and New York.
nil were Selected sDeciallr for this market. The
following compiise a part of thq stock:
300 sacks BaltlraorcEiQ.fJoffcc;
. ,1 1 , T 1 11 1 - O
nogfliieauj xrown ougur;
- 100 Barrels A Coffee Sugar;
50 barrels B Coffee Sugar;
60 barrels O Coffee Sugar;
,60 barrels Crushed, Sugar;1
60 barrels Powdered Sugar;
50 Granulated, Sugar;
oQO. barrels Jfour, of aU, .grades;
. .' 1000 sacks Bran;
2000 barrels Salt;
20 barrels Molasses;
10 barrels Vinegar;
barrelr,,' Jlobertsoa CounJy; .JVliiskyj
'25 barrels Bourbon Whisky;
5 barrels Holland Gin)
4 casks of Brandy;
100 barrels ana nail Darreis juacKerci; tn
' 100 kiU Mackerel; y
100 boxes Cheese:
50 boxes, J and boxes Raisins;
15 barrels Almonds;
15 barrels Filberts;
250 drums Figs;
50. cases assorted Pickles, quart and pint;
100 cases Oysters;
25 cases Sardines;
200 boxes, and boxes Candles;
100 bxsvariousbrands Soap, plain andfknev;
50 boxes assorted Candles; '
10 boxes 'Brandy Cherries;
200 kegs Kails, assorted;
50 dozen Tainted Buckets;
15 casks Soda;
100 boxes Chewing Tobacco, all grades;
20 cases Smoking Tobacco;
50 dozen' Brooms; ' i
25 dozen "Washboards," f , tr
500,000 G. D. Caps;
100 bags Shot;! .
30 kegs Powder;
" " 25 bags Pepper;
25 bags Spice;
75 boxes Indigo;
$ft 11 casks -Madder; f y
. BAGGIXG, ItOPE AXD TfVIXE.4
This stock is offered to the .Trade only, at small
.foLaAde&mwedtaeUM.ch'ep as the
same articles can be had for in Louisville or Cm
.:...n ... -
Having ample storage room, we invite consign
ments of Cotton and all kinds of Produce. We
will take in exchange v
r JrJ a-, 'i i ... S.
DRIED APl'EKS AX1 TIE.VCIIES,
' " OrXSEXGAXDIVOOE,
And will allow the
the highest market prices.
II A RD W ARE;
SAM. YMLEER, & GO.,,
' NO. 11 COLLEGE STREET. , . '
SIGST OF THE .BIG PADLOCK
HAVE ON HAND AND ARE RECEIVING
a large and complete stock of English,) Ger
man, and American HARD WARE,
Which wo are selling at reasonable prices. The
stock consists in part ef
FINE IXL POCKET CUTLERY.
200 GROSS TABLE CUTLERY,
200'DOZ. KNOB LOCKS, assorted,
60 do HAND AND-RIPPING SAWS,
S00 de ASSORTED AUGERS,
Wlbs. HOOKS AND HINGES."ass6ftetI2 to
, 43 inches,
1000 lbs. II DOIL CHAIN;
1000 M BLACKSMITH'S HAMMERS, all kinds:
25' WRIGHT'S ANVILS,
100 CROSS-CUT SAWS, 4 to VA feet.
CO MILL SAWS. 6H to 8 feet!
AXES,." , .
CHISELS, ' ;
FILES, " '
hatchets; . . ,
". LOOKING GLASSES.
CANDLESTICKS of all kind
.- -TIN'OUPS and PLATES,
!! TEA and TABLE SPOONS.
COFFEE' MILLS, . . ' M I
SHOE NAILS. ;
A very largo stock ef PLANES of every variety
PREMIUM .HTEEl PLOWS.;
Those wishing to purchase in our line will io
well to give us a call before buying.
Janl lm." ' J a v i UJ
G. W. FALL & CO.,
I M I? JEfc X J$ TL,
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY
NO. 31 PqBLIC SpUARE.
an A Ellis' old stand.)
We would respectfully invite 'the attention of
SPORTSMEN to our stock of
,Whih cannot, be equalled here. It comprise all
grades, from the
PlfAlN DOUBtE - RARRETj
' , ' TO THE
,0Ft . .-:,
WUaW . It
WIS LEY IlICIIARDS A OB
Rrcack jLeadinfc er Cartridge
ir-M TJ N I T 1 0 N
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R, P. JENKINS; : fiO,
I- - ), '!
DK. TOM WEIjJL.S,
32 Market St., oppoalte.Union
T ESPECTFTJLLV INFORM .THE OLD PAT.
XV rons ofDr.VELLSand the nnblic e-ener&llr.
that his Bucccssors .will do all in their power.br
auiigent aiieniion to business, to merit a continu
ance ot the 'doctor s former large and extensive
They will keep, constantly on hand
PEKE DREGS, AXD CIIEMICAES,
Powers and WeighfmWs Cetebrated Chemicals;
Blue Mass, Sulphate i QuinineSulphate Morphis,
Iodine, Iodide Potash, Chloride of Gold, Ether,
Tinctures, ExtracU, Syrups, Cerates, Ointments,
Plaster, etc., are made in strict accordance with
ine reTisea fnarraacopia.
Such as Pills. Omtmenl -D iflrrhf)l. f!nrlliilrf
Ague Tonics, Alteratives, Invigorating Cordials,
vuuguiueuicuicis, ana in loci an mb tsM
Of the day. Finest articles of Perfumery, Fancy
and Toilet article of everv ilnrininn
MrfumcdiSoaps, Hair Oils; .Hair Restoratives,
Tooth Washes, Tooth Brushes, and all articles in
iuis nun iuriiuning; ui mo j.oiieu
Rotnnic &. Eclectic Medicines,
Such as Fresh Roots and Herbs,'bf all' kinds;
Tilden's andB. Keith's Alkaloid and Rcsnoid, and
Trusses I Trusses!! Trusses!!!
For ihk m'lllioa, of everysiie and variety.
Deutal & Surgiallnstrauients,'
Accurately filled, at all hours of the dav anil niirhl!
Spices, Dye StuHs, Paints,
ETC., ETC. .
Allspice, Pepper. Cinnamon, Cloves,, Nutmegs,
Mace, Mustard, Aromatic Seeds, Madder, Span
ish Indigo, Logwood, Copperas, Blue Stone, Mu
riate of Tin, Cudbear, etc Window Glass. 8x10
to 40x60 superior auality. White Lead, Mixed
Pamts, ready for use;', Linseed Oil, Turpentine,
Coal Oil; Lamps of every variety, and large sup
ply, at low rates.
Landreth's Gardea Seed.
J ust received, a very large supply. Also, a large
lot of Grass Seed.
and Pharmecist, at the Old Stand of II.S. Thatch
er, now or the firm or 11. P. J. & Co., would in
form the Physicians of Nashville, and surround
lni country, that it is oar aim to mnnlv everv
Wont oftho Practitioner, in tho line of his pro-
iession, ana win spare no pains to accomplish that
end satisfactorily. He will be much pleased tosee
any of the Faculty who. will honor our establish
menfwHh a visit. ' ' ' "
lie hODCS bv constant attention tn hiti n In.
merit a share of patronage, assuring them that
their favors will be prepared ?a ith fidelity, of tho
Purest materials, and br himself nerinnallr. nr in
Our Stock embraces the greatest variety, and
everything coming within tho Drug Business.
, Give us a coll and wc will guarantee satisfac
tion. All orders entrusted to our care filled with
promptness and accuracy.
R. JE. JENKINS, & CO.,
S2 Market st., opposite Union,
KIGX OF THE MAX AXD MORTAR.'
MUSIC, BIANOS &c.
33 UNION STREET.
THIS OLD ESTABLISHMENT DEALS IN
Pianos of Steinway and Sons, J. B. Dunham,
Hobt. Mann'. A, It. Olo Oo other fin
class instruments. Carhoirt, Needham A Co'( un
rivalled CHURCH AND PARLOR ORGANS.
Also, SHEET MUSIC, and
MUSICAL ' MERCHANDISE GENERALLY.
Give It a coll before you purchase.
P. S. Hare just added to the above list of
CAIXEXBERG &. VAEPEE.
Call and examine.
PIANOS ! PIANOS!
MASON & HAMLIN'S
TiU, "WILL FIND THE BEST ASSORT-
meat in the city at Lack's New Mosio Store
Opposite SLClondiRelel. Also Sheet Musis, and
Muiisal Instruments nf all kinds. J5e m to fall
before purchasing elsewhere. 1
Pianos tuned by Mr. Jackson,
. v t JOHN. LUCK,
Luck's TSalUiiif. Charet Btrect, opWu St.
Cloud Hotel, aad 44 Union Street. ; J
dec4 Sh:. I
rfHE OFFICE OF THE
Agere is, sow reaored to No. 3 Church
strecVatew tfoorr below the Post
et. aiew oowr betovr the Pott CHEc.
Unlers Jor tool will bo promp
eebrperbBhel. L. STONI
" jaat-at ferF.
Ailed At 40
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OCB SEKEKAZ.. EDITIONS,
DAILY, ' -
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USHHCSOOX TO CX XFTiSI.lBITKD.V -
WIIX. MEET THE WANTS OF AU
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CEASHES OF READERS."
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The DAIET wiU contain the
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lLMX. ESfOJiJljN JSiVJJS ;i
BY MAIL AND TELEGRAPH, 3 1
Fitm all parti;of the Country,, embracing!!
AXD A OEXERAX 3IISCEXXAXY.
Of information, relating to the Religious, Domes
tic and Social condition of the people,
. :a (-li H' ;
mm YTiO 10 3JA8ir
The Tsi-Wxsklv, which will be regularly issued
so soon.as .the necessary' arrangements can be per
fected, will contain all the most important matters
treated in theDirLr, and alarsfr'adrertlsinr'list
showing the general business of this and other,,
The WggKLT, w.Mch will be enlarged as circum
stances shall require, will contain selections from
tho other editions, of matter that will servo to in
terest and improve the old andthoyoung, It will'
contain, in addition to its general reading, embra
cing all subjects of current thought and interest,
aCW eekly Review of the markets ef this and'other
-ities, with which our people do businessand a
carefully prepared price-current of the Nashville
markets, including all articles bought and sold in
the city, whether of domestio production or im
ported from abroad. TTe also intend to make' the
' Weekly Uxiox im Aussicix," in all respects, a
with solid and instructive matter' for the advan
tage of the rising generation, and for the enter
tainment and comfort of those, more advanced in
life. The proprietors of the " Uxios xm AMEBt
cili" have lived and been engaged in the
newspaper business longenoughtoobtatnaknowl-
edge of the true wonts .of a great, honest' and Tir-
tuout people, who, though unfortunate, are striving ,
tOtra'nsmitoWeir5 dcicendini.'m cuturo and
nurture? therihirhjt(ild raort;ob!ej9uilities.
industry, selftreliasce; and dignity of character.
Faflr appreciatingfth? jwer-ajbeaefience ot
.woman, they will endeavor to snake thk paper an
acceptable companion, to.tho Biothew aad. daugh
ters of the country .'.whcre&om '.they may derire
both profit and pleasure.
To persons desirous of making known to the
tion by moil, reaching every Post Office which haf
been re-opencjdp the, State, besides' on extensive
circulation in adjoining States, gives our advertis
ing columns superior advantages.
The advance is thepricetot every article which
estert-uito the production of newspapers is raca
that the terms upon which they are furnished'
must necessarily correspond. In common with
our city contemporaries', we have adopted the"
following. the .... iUllH'i
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Un i 0 il an d km eri can,
, I'.,.- -J'.-.H l'kt .! ' t t
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Dsllr,V awum .
for six .months
for three months.
for tmr month-
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.W e o It 1-y .
Weekly, per aaaaai-
for tix Months?
for three mouths-
' ,Dse assou&cemeGt will W.asaae of the tkae
when, the ,Tri-Weekljr " wBl he iwrdoad' of the
rttiiEt iimnmiri hi
A aen-wid stavelTlc w o the slvaatleB
.Mexlee a sua aUi Tbe tntf peHcy
From tho National Intelligencer.
. Louisiana, Deo, 1865.-11 i-w abstract
our ttotwhis from. the. present, and.strive to
&thba ike future of this beautiful country,
there are certain possibilities -which impreBa
-tiicimelTes HeR'tfee MHettftkarteea;--onfli
phase of American deyekipeBieBt. It
has dominated over the oborigines and. their
Kiccesrora of the Latin race. It had organi-f
Pi iProductioHjaf ja.mest impertant'ac-
ncultural staple. It had accumulated
wealth, and acquired sectional power.! A
conflict arises hctween:the Nnrth.&nd Aniitft
tfeose two great lobes of- AHterican;d'ef el-
tnrown. The torth, Joshed witb conquest,
85" wiia power,'1 aitractea or toe .in
ducements of soil and climate coca to Ihe
9vmiju.-,yinpehiejeH Ewarm. i.nej neeqy
of employment. The cotton mania-
,sS?ed uc8! aqjiif44eic. Northern
men buy and rent plantations. Thev
hire laborers. ,04ficer3.eacae the scrviies of
disbandld bblo'red soldiers.'and exchange the
field of elorr for the field . of erairi- i)tlerk
- .finding' the" immense drantagee wfcfeS thei
il Sattth Doseesstsibr tWm vpmoa'Tittt-cA.
their capital and skill into the South1 and
"build up a srstcm of domestic manufactures:
.u may uc ouucu uie cuiuuierciai inter
much encouragement; m,
, , H.VU .... UU
the opening trane of the Gulf cities. There
must.be an end of strife at some period.? or
under somc.circnmstanees which.'tehd to ap
,i.x s r '- t i
pwao uiu aiuuiwsiuea ui. rival peoples,
Whensoever this calm shallncosae upon the
exasperated 'feelings" of the' North and Softh
there will be, a, fusion for some commoa pur
pose. It mar be'for a,war ocainst eomd
. common -antagonist, or it may be a;peacdul
period shall arrive, men will again behold
England driving offjier Eoundheads and
.Cavaliers, and afterwards .claunine as
tnumpha of.her race and institutions all the,
results of American prowess' ur of American
enterprise. Miis war has done much to
reunite th sections in any common enter-'
terprise, by modifying the distinctive pepu-i
liarities of each. The Southern people have
ixew84"iu fneaianaara peculiarities pi ine
'race Srn" the courage, rseVerance,
ana resources ot the JNorth. l,ne
JNorth-nas been compelled to pay a
-tribute to. 'the- heroism, ;endaranc and. dig
nity with which "the" l3outhernv people" have
borne the trials of war and the sorrows? of
subjugatioiUj These, people ha v$;also ex
changed''some of the'clistinctivo qualities for
winch each lias been distinguished. .Per
haps the- Bouthenf standard of personal
honor and the mode of vindicating its vio
lation may, be adopted. Jfossi bly the south
l ,1 , , i ,
em peujjie may una mat me practical em-
I jiloymcnts of fife do not necessarily, degrade
of national, enterprise, a more favorable dis
position to 'respect arici defend eachother may'
result "The" extreme intolerance, the selfish
cupidity which would reduce the South to
side into federal tranquility, and possibly the
war may carry 3he code M honor into Ln
necticut and cotton mills and shoe factories
intoJfew Orleans. iT h
Then expansion must commence. The
.'Federal Government hasstimulated'the com.
merce and manufacturers of' the North. It
has built up and imported manufacturers.
and surrounded them with the ring- fence bf '
a tarin. It has stimulated the .Northern a;
petite with the .confiscation and spoil of the
south. Where is the market lor these man
ufactures? Where is the freight for this
shipping Where is the prey lor the au
yfcnturer? 'Thesf Jquestionsfind., tlietrm
swers in the commercial and territorial ex
pansions of the United States. As Europe
"precipitated itself- upon Asia," so will the
American people occupy the commerce and
Drrxlnrtions of the Kldonuln which SDreada
away into-the dreamy sunshine of -tfie tropics-
and citra-tropical regions, it may meet the
moral disapprobation of the philanthropists.
Iibut if is as :raueh a, physical nre'destihation
l.t- r if. l j'.l -1. "Jt ' vt "l.i a' u
mat me coia me stenie xiorm snouia sees
the genial South, as that the iceberg should
float awaVrom (UieAfI5 Qcean to melt
iiseii in we warmer waiera ui we Kiaperue
have the indications of this
inevitable law a
speared, -The'warpblicy of
the North ha3 crowded population and labor
m -r f i
mio xexas. juany men jdi emiiient aDiiuy
and well! proven energy-have been self-
(IPrice; -Allen, Hardeman; arid' hundreds df
their hardy and resolute followers have ex
patriated themselves and sought a home in
this attractive country. The writer has con
versed with some of these .men, who, have
returned to purchase implements of agricul
ture. They express a natural regret
at leaving, " their native country ; but it
is easy to see that this regret is yielding-to
the extraordinary inducements held
out to agricultural enterprise in Mexico. The
immigrant begins to defend all the peculiari
ties of the soil and climate' which he has
chosen. He is beginning obviously to can
vas for associates in his entcrprue: He
speaks of the sugar-mill which never stops;
of the cotton-plant which is perennial ; of
the coiiee estates upon which ninety- acres
will'-produce 15,000' annually ; of the ex
traordinary profusion of fruits which are
planted to shade the coffee, which pay the
expenses of culture, and which were so
varied that ono. individual) could have a dif
ferent fruit ohh"Is "table almost every week:
uvthe. year. Of course you hear nothing
X)f fevers, 'reptilev nor insects. Guerillas!
and.Indians are nothing.- The Mexicans nd
longer object to' heretics and- Northmen.
Whenever you hear the American speak in'
this manner' it means expansion. SoBlof
.pew country ia destined to be the sixteenth;
Mrs. Shuflleton. It' is -inevitable. Now
when these, people, shall have begnri'td ex-
tinguish the Camanches,. lynch robbers,'
build railroads, and open a trade' with the
mother country, we shall behold the national;
e Biiau nenoiu me niuosait
ill be said, "These men!
kJ'J I' BefeldqVtwr Jn-
brow relax, it will
are of the oldtdefc.!
These men, like Sam Houston, will revisit
.t.! , Ar M1.:AI. I
been once so unpopular, and will be received
with nride as men who have canicdcivUi-
jution -and 'pregresff into new 'regions.,
Their overtures for apoutical connection
will be listened to-with attention, sad ids
not impeaiKe th'ejwhoie Gulf carve may
look to New Orleans aslti rTew York, and
to Washington city as its seat of govern-
meat 0uie a6e7 . , . .H
' Hambeldt says the climate -'of Mexico 4s
In layers. You ascend from eternal sum-
' . -r. .... 'I
merto perpetual snow, at u ln.tne temper-ji
ate and feUle-Vsileyi which represent the!
climate most acceptable to me nortnem races, 1
that these men propose to make their homes.
It s where ihe heafdoes' hot enervate, rot
the cold chill. It is where the world-staples
grow with little labor,, and enable the plan
ter' to commandith their price all the lax
uries of modem eiyUisatioa. New,, a cli
mate of 73 dg. average, with! little, fiaetfia
tion; a valley fertile as the Delta; snow-fed
streams glowing wrougn icniie neius;
ancueoatent. areaefaealy not to sc con
efened Isyme'moetFroBs cynic: "" Obvi
ously the exodus of these disobedient chil
dren of the Itepublic differs from that of the
first parents. These last were driven out of
Paradise; the American seem to. have bees
drives safe K. B&tc'fs r jai, it will all come
right They may not come to us in the lan
guage of the King.of Israel but we shall gsj
thea. If they gtead fatt,. the, progress of
their race will cover their position ; they
will again be reunited with those they love.
Open land, with baildines and' enclosures.
ay be rented cheap inlMexieo. A hei
eB. (,O0Qiaf, te jSal Lair -I'eW-l,
r 1 with
I V OUCS AX. WIsCMMUl HWt-sAf mtA r a
. . ... I
of fraiU and timber, reata for 10,000. La
bar ef the natives k said to be worth froa
eighteen cents to fifty ceats per day. The
laWew are dccile,and,saJEciBtly wda
trieast1 AftBe same tirae,'-Bbwever, that
these inducements are held out to the people
of the SaatharB States ta- iauaigiate, kit
wie oa the part of the tsere extrwa wen ef
ti2frtik to drive them away bj . the ka
poKcy of confiscation and exclusion ? The
bondage, will be rebuked by the better feel-. pfno,paffiar( interest to the geeeralread
.ings: undnbetter .interests &f Je"QyvMbern th reported jiroceeds, 'to,".give an outline
, jpeopleJ JThe jectidnai oscULaionwilhsub- 'or " '
wapie oaeetion hb now tn great i:
to" tho laiorinif and' coasumint' millions
the North. Cotton clothinr' ia very-'hick
Groceries "have perk-tfirf 'adrH pled thein
wiwj.nmai uuiuirm,r(yswutuui9f so
MOBgerr jJBreaase inese spamponantiu Mticies
to 'the same exteiit s foraerlr. Mac3iri-
fs.of ;cnlon utMg or. sKwldbear-
cnTxed to nnulf nnti'iar tlut viiJ arikn
'cosBfarr Why-Aeit pursue &"pGcr cajen
laum 10 discourage ana. expet woo waaia
sad reeew their origimJ1 relatiM?r Yhr
cannot tfeey, toi,.lBtoi eoapftitidaiB jtM
prcsciwn of important aipte8?: Thdcear
queetiess 'tite and returnm 'reason' will
A CeHYeitiin $f Pcfsass'ljiteresjeji
. tfili: at Wares, IHlReis.
ExkiWliek ef MachiHwy u'fj Sas-
pies ef.Syrai .
From the Chiaao ,Keg.J - t I
I ''culttvatronTir Borghura:is'Ih' sessja'h'ffifej
l-daVl -It waa called to 'rit'e'te-'eftewired
braBA .f Jsdastry artrppeitwait to
I compare views and ibrnrintallieeutcDkntos
what hits been accofflplished In Hlie Wa'y &f
improvedi -scrghum. raanuiactunng- appli
THE, INTRODUCTION OF THE SORGHUM
This is comparatively-'a new field.- It is
.bat a. few year since' the sorghum plant waa
introduced in, the United States, ,inthe hope
that its cultivation mTeht prove "a success;
arid1 the-neonle- "be iKus Tendered' riidpVn'
deat of-ferelgniferedricers;' Th Supply df.
Wgar and mclassea was of conrse 'cat jfT iby,
the war, andr the necessity, became; impera
tive Tor the discovery of some "meana hv
whTch i a ffreatwibllc' demand should be'sup
plledj Attenwon was'thus naturally 'turned..
to.the xaisincsorzhiinEt ,as the oBlnnrac-.
if... . - r il. tJ -
utiuic suusjuuic iut uiu -sugar, caaeui is
noi longer ago man aooo or isoo.tnai, sor
ghum seed was 'first Introduced into tjiW;
A V. PV'V.V.1 IMIVUM. Vft, WUC, UU.
iiuiio ui ,iutiu axe. nauves ui mis sail, mere
is argreat diversity 6f opinion among those
engaged in its cultureVas tc-what irfthebesJ
vanety.! The ChineseiOS; generally' held in,
the highest esteem, in. me- .North west. The
dneFaifiiculty in the way of successful cul
tivation Is found in thd liability' there' is to
me mixing of seed, and to the iinpdrty
or worthleseness oC theseed itself.
DEMAND FOR AND TRICE OP TUKSYRITP.
It is impossible to BtateTwith any decree
-j-:r .l i. v i "..,r,'
ui ix-rioiuiy, lue amount ui syrup manuiac
tured annually.- It a VearlV 'increasins. las
tho. inventions for' Bufaturine beeome:
1 rl 1''
iiiuiiijJiieu. auu uiuru, jjcnej.1 m ineiTjOpero-
uuus. Aiic average uricu 01 syrups is irom
eighty cents to one dollar per srallon: afcypi'
ding to quality, and finds ready sal eat these.
After noticing the organization of the Con
vention and giving some resolutions adopted.
The order of business called far discussion
of the sorghum question generally as .next In
regular coursel ' " ' ' "
Mr. Tamnhpr. nf "Rnah. 'rradh unmA" rU.
marks upon the preparation of the" soil for
the successful, culture of cane. Ho favored
the application of manure or fertilizers. In
the fall upon old ground. He thought it ex
pedient to ridge the land, especially if , the
soil were wet.
Mr. Younsnnan, of Jtockford, ediheided
with the views, of Mr. Tamnher.... Un fa
vored manuring the year previous" to plant
ing: He found the' most essential point tjo
be to have the best of seed and the earliest,
.varieties, inasmuch as there Vas not an aver
age of more than threetand, one-halt months
of cane-growing weather. The earlier yi-'
rictieshad nbt so fnuch juice as the' lalfcKt
but they admitted of closer 1 planting,' so.
that the amount ;c.syrupiper.acre; waa in; tlie '
end about the same. He believed ineoak
ihg the seeds, and had cot his cane, uta"
:ihromrh' th cround in five davs frohi 'thfe
'.time of planting. I 1
, MJ..Hill, of Tenaasee. dli: not tb ink. the
rich loam of the soil suitable to the eultnrip
of cane. He thoueht surface andV drill-
Pplanting" thB best methods. "Tlie Variety df
aeea. was uie aii-impenant point: and lie
used nothing himself! but the old Chinese
Mr: Backus, of Hush, said he had bees
quite successful in the raising of cane. 'Hut
..tee '1 e w .a ." ...ai
lie aiu not tmns. luaemanaeu a ricn sdu.
He had, tried, hill and, drill-planting eacli,
and thought he could get, one-third,inqrfc
syrup from, drill-planted ground 'than from
ground prepared in' any other way1. Thfe
land must be thoroughly, harrowed. It was
from the elevated high groundd that ".the
best results were attained. I
Mr. Towns end. of Rush, spoke In recrard
to the-yariety of seed, and the kind ofgrbund
moat suitable for cane. -'He bad1 attempted
its culture in very rich ground, akd.Waa.:of
opinion that .the poorer, qualities of soil were
the besL Cane bore transplanting well, and
thnght it ari advantage I
Sir. 3i Youngman, of BoCKford, briefl
expressed his position, stating, that the whit'
lmphce was the only seed worth, planting,
THE EXHIBITION OF, SYRUPS AN.
Ah' examination was luul of tlie various
products which had Been brought in for" in 4
spection. Thefo was a large exhibition- of
samples, the sugar and syrup being equal to
the best that is jmported. or manufactured,
from the Ordinary. Southern snear'-canii
There Vas also a fair display of machinery!
used in the manufacture of syrupi from' thei
cruue juice a wo mnis lor cms-mng tnet
cane were shqwn one ofiheavwaeraade on
tlie Turner A Silliaiaa p&te&t,-e' FreeportJ
and tlie other by E, W. Skinner & C-.-ef;
'MadisoaAVIsconsin'. Fputevapbrators were
also shown- by W Jacobs, of Cdlumbaai
Ohio ; John W.- YouBgittn, of Sockford ; I
Uarlcs Utter, oliocklord) andiXu Krmk,
ff .T-ir-nlw nf Ohio. Raid that thfl fiaae
nl.nt tToetl f.n1 ft! Tn rrrtwrtti
very susceptible ofinflaence from the v'a
rious conditions of life for plants light,
warmth aad moisture. Cukivatiofl; by pul
veriane and loosen ine the soil, should hie
continued until the cane is about three feet
high. Its successful cultivation depends
very much opoa the" seasea. It mast "be
planted at the proper season not so early
as to. be stunted by the cow,.Bor sojea, ia
the season as not to hi.ve suflicieat ume to
"mature. If not' foul wHh weed, II should
. . .... . , 1 ' .1 . J- f-?- " '1
aec Be eaietysaea 'aeeve taree reesmgw, ana
should be harvested whea the seed begki to
npen, Dewre ute saecnaxiae sawr peg8" w
ii sase ine lorm 01 faaract. 11 11. eeuiaoi. tte
wsrkee! imaedlatelv' it should be Cut up and
ahocked. Ia iet,. thk method of treatment
i, in my .experieaee, better thaa to work tee
early. Some of the watery matter sseapefj
while in the shock", but yeyjitle bf the sac
charine principle escapes lor several weeks.
MrljHathwsyi ef Gafefd, iadersed -what
had heea said by. the ifomer efealwr, aad a
additioa, said that cane is. not muck Hyared
by light frosts provided tlie cane be cat aA,
tertherrbetr ih fiwt the" syrup' niade, from,
freeted caae is preferred by some.' '
IL V. Brown, of Warren, said that he n
favorable to oatting Bfrea aeeount of the
(liortaese of the seaaoa, ia this eeaVr, even
if the stalks are frbseK; itr 'HL $7
Soae prefer. th; Savor of. iyrp de fr
cane which hac been freeeai ...
MASUFAffTtRIXO ANB MACXINiKY. ,
Oa Baetioa k Was reseJtree! Aat exhrbitor
of aaaaalaery tie aUewei 'only - twenty in-'
ales each for the eahrbiiion of thr-'ma-
ehwery. . -
Maeciaeryof arieae pat(enMwi' ex-
biased. FirK, a e-raivjratoy; Mr. YfHiag-
in. 1 in . Mrn,
ibah, of licuskSorA ; seeond, one by tr.iJa
Warren, naa several otser. jsaea parry,
SMlraatagea'fer' the' era pe-'-raler
represented by iimaelf.-' TKnerM of
.1 .1.1 :U - l .1 -- i-:,t
eetetL Oa'.awtien: theeeieiy adSewraed W'
the eaV cf we exeeattre-eeiamtttee
rfaat ratr u tuuatr . huarr huumm.
r tlnaiheig sum! XyiMOTfafrWfefH-.
ter.ef It Text fr tii FuHsa Pal-.
Cotf-efiyoiidt . Ac Lmttf vUls Deaaeratij
- i. Xrw Yes;.'Jaai T, iBW.
- I5 pt a;(ettr4JeailiB'Tfbr a
great paic6et.t(pCeJfkM Insti
tute, in &Vor of "Free Gftvenu&Mit"in Vr."
r iee d oY'diatiiOflroen)1
2rine! 1 CTarywfete-im ' CwKral Ateerica'
Chili,Patagotiia, .Ethiopia,-aL- tin Met cf
ine sen. Amowj,theKaa awefeect ,to this
soundingmaiilllsto, by" the- way;.I sec'those
oVStig. Gen?LewJ-'7r'aliace, 'and' etiters of
the sane ItHaeni A-itfey; mtoI. in
deed h ,EeUew, .that. areel' ever taelt'
the late r W- v,
j for their ppresawST
n pmy uL-jpuujiH. 'oreaiuHg saeir Beeag
over, the -downfall of "liiwsrtT"- surmaf
TthoJhalf-braedB of. Mexico., -Feuows wibr'
dressed uplfl.alittle brief auffinritr .played.
SMj4'.-sUtnn'tkn irtn& U'Wif M-
asd' Hta.ehrMk.rf -asWisisisJ '
.exp&ria&re theurl ia
rir: . .r . :
fUniled, ' $Ut .aq"w,
'tt..!; - K.". -"'"we. ... rr -
- with vary" r riff
ovesrise tyranny" exerevBM ov&r dif-
iersfKmce-ofpeflfle bxTtf&iJtellian' the,
First I.- EeMews 1 who" sed to W'rew aearse
J.eulocuinztaRton, aad BUer, MtLMilroy.
kusujtttigit now tor
ioansj tvbv, it's
graaTBaather; ad, "withBiH Arp, call for
,the man twho hires,,OutSoI "cre.by tho
year." When, these Lew. Wallaces lift their
i,,i 'rAi fu .v- i..t : '
i: T. 2C-7iT. ZTLti -rrj,Z7irl
wuurjuoi hi "ai apupiay some
little regard fiw'.'freedem-and hukwity,"
hypdcrisy' 'aad 'furnishing
with the material. for' hk next editkki'eY the
History of Humbug.
" Tho Puritan nuluita of this creatBabv Ion
dre" never weary of thonderiW their inath-
raias otjoiusv uie ituiuvraiiiies ui me siaye
notOHiK istatee. wurt- few 6f the thUndirers
wara.ever.in those StaMs. it is traerand as
a general thing, therefor, whatevcrJcBewI-
cuc tucjr iiavu cuuccnuuK. un manners ana
ctetomsr of their inhabitarits, 19 deriveo!
chiefly frain -lyinsr newsater Mrrespead-
entsj itiaerant lecturers and. peddleta 'of
lankee notions. In their ignorant malice;
U is their 'habit-to picture Southern society
Northern hatred to riavery and" slavery &T-
stitution3 (so-called) has been engendered.
Remarking upon this' pharisalcal spiritj a
Virginiamemeer of Congress once decktfed,
in.the course .of a debate id Congress, before
thowar, that there was more licentiousness
in the city of New York Tn one day ihan
could- lie' found in 'all the cities of the South
from the 1st of January to the. 31st ef De
eember The gentleman, from. Virginia .was
right then,. and lie m right now though now
Mtlien, the correctn'esff ofhia allegation
maybe disputed by ourAminidab Slecki.
Li testimeryTwhercof, as the lawyersr'say,
r r 1 1 . 1 , 1 . V
e 11: . i -
TrTiL-.fi'r..i'l -.i7... j ,7 Vt.i .:
vAjuiiuutaimicra, just euuuiiiicu uj mo. oiaie
TKt number tf drinkina phtett in iWw YorkvXerf
Voung ana cemtly prottihitei are rmpln
itutet art employed nqmi'
imusteti numbeenf n(ar,
Hotly at watftr. Me Mvnati
eafg txeenty-jovrAHQUrt,( unrt (Af aaioKM-a re.
' Nel of "?Noj of V!!tom
frecinu xlacos. . Uirls. . per da;
, SJ6& j
.' . i.gso .
facts and .figures, moraliie as follows :
f,1Tij.'.Lir...ll iwi -- - t ....
i .taeir nurasers rapiaiy, lacrewiag. Jtiieir
dupes and victims are counted by thousands.. The;
oy thousand... Thej i
twnoHiaro-DEH wa. uanKinnr.imia Bfii'T&iBHi.
and even men of the world would bo astonished,
at "earning: the class and character of tho custom
ers of these dissipated places. What seetasitie
best, raosrealtlvated and highest circle Of society
Dos more .man its saoretoi repreeestaaTes aaHag
,the.frequenters of these, shameless haunts of dis
sipation aaa aepauc&ery.
Thetrath'is, thephllanthropist'and Cliris-
tian aad evenifftheaten ef the world,' here-
aboutjiav? beep so'nhusy, these few years
eyes and noses. nd, the result ia what it' i.
It would be a good thing for Greely now to
Silo ua on cuuuruu or mo, ui ills sniveling
3ri&ii 6a' Northern morals; with these fresh
New York illustration-, aad i'fserao of the
Saints of the Puritan Chureh will faVbr.ju
with a,"deliverance;''oa the subject it would
K ...t 1 ' . , L r ' ,
5e an Agreeable variailoh from the monoto
nous deprecation); bo common tlicre, of wick
.eke&.sWhy aad.the deplorable condition
of the social system, off in .. Otaliettefada-
gascar anu me i'cien islands,
Terrible Atsroelty of" "X;oiuis Xe rro.
From the Mobile Times.)
the.neero,. boy, Henry Carpenter, near the) I
railroad-bridge on Three:inilq Creek. The,
lHe&tx:itlon1 oefbre the
r coroner veaferdir'
morning was held at so
lat.an lonr that it I
was.iaposslbleJbt as to insert ia full in oar
evening.editioa without, delaying the issue.
The nesrfbeewho were arreetedai aecom-
"plices of ' Henry, gave; whenu'l'tfpon ''the
" "jiuuiw,. tnv niOT. - umiuiin evi'
dance of. the.- aiwailin brHtaiiiv.aBd esld
bloqSad character, of this jouJhful.pegrcvTaf
scarce louricen years 01 age.
After1 InveiglW Thoma3 3C nTr'cy a lid
of twelve, iaib the-'swamp,LOH pretense5 of '
aariiur . hini S.1 JM fr rOJ. B WU l
him. snrl tatiorr ny lr.ol of I
'the loneliness of the place and thle inability
of young1 Malveyto deftnd1 hianielf, the
iw ti,i, ,r 1 (4. rnu. I
to fake him homo "to hlr arid pal" He
ireplied i " I'll' take you hoKie," and with' the
.rewark .thras-t hiarinto a water hoi ev He
then rushed for briekg, to. cover up the body j
01 young iuuiyey. un 11 is reium no tounu
tnat ine ooy,- nangicu aa ne wa, iaa crept
oat of the hale. " SteekW hU heart to all
appeal aadtiegleetiBg the reaewed prayer
ot, the lad " ta take him home tajtu pa, ana
nat hqi oaiy, wouui se no. pe retjaireu w
pay for the eun. but also that 'pa' would re
munerate him for his trouble." the' fiead
thrust him again, iatev the .holey aad etcaek
1 . , . l 1 - , it ... 1
bub.gh. stie eaa repoawmy witu.tmeatNna.
He then jamped upon hi victim, and oeflr
tiBue to stamp upon him untH hc had cx
every sign otHUt,' ArTthbr 'tfj
av&itl paviax a debt al MM). .
After, the .eompieuoa K ue,.urtler, tae
ouri villain, returned to his .home and
eaetcd tcTaMthe aeerd rcoidents la the house
of.W fiendish deed. He aava theaartlcwi
1 -. i.. . . ..... . . - , - - 1, ,
ma aaeeiaaitaiiy as -we oave' given wh
yBrB4hlBjlT"'tle FreWJeafie lUattee.
Turn the ytviAtUo Ce-rre
in Correepoadeaeooj.e New,
AV eerf- ....
I hace 'that soeae aaataLer of 'Coaart
ym hi D614'iosh to;"caU;jbria.um if the.
MilHaf ed to h ave eenrihed' to the
WteHerti'I84, W whkirS19.0dO.wM
pW a. feir days ae f also, the Heaw for which
$,eOws'pai(l a' few d'i;,whieh
r iste swhm
darisVthe last four years. X, thiak it will
w be ettacult to straw that oat of Hm $110,-
QOe thtw -appropriate. " sooodr laode a,
'o: little . pue ; and that not avsr
lidw'wpvth of fraitue was ever l-ealjy
pfisf'th Msoie'dariBtT the wliok.foar.yaan.,
!.( ltK!i?"5tfnof r It kcerUlaly,
riM'there rwrr PreaMeat J ohnaoa daclari.
tfc '.JK a? be pjed, that ao'. j
semtrora eartain aaait. m rrnaight taau
fh&liowethat k aetpaM for in ready ieaaeyr
It-$srWsd that wSi' the. aw imnwria..
tgi ?f ?0fi ,t Fsivthltaa,
liMBt e?fUt;wirI W auroiW. ta sea
ef psrcaaiag "fcrsieHre for the White
"feaoweh MPiaaSe 'a1 Mail- si
it Wilt lASLDfl nHitft tintA Ia crtv mtn hrsUarlai I . . . ' - . . . ,
rJ:y,JriTL1 lhwert tedrade tW' tiMiti-
unu iiiuuuut zuiu lumuuunsr iamim
past in rcgulating theimorala of the- people I
:IiVing away off' near 'the tropica, that they I P""16
fnj.i&.i-nv.ml wiu, ji i.itJ I aeainst
' xfothinsr can be more apcrdoriatelv put 1
uaoer the abeve headiiw-datf 'tKe'hhrtoryof 1 i hwbet auihity, the
tb!flolil.Unm-i,-ww,t.-i I a.truth which, familiar as it
e-: a.-v- wywausB-iniWHiiaa.uii.T'Di I
Hwt Kkir years, k. oomammi Ihk . rear.
dpewy ,ad disgf ak-is.w,!
j l Wpfe c,th Sevek Smeb tiasA by
,4 fewil.UUiW, r tovmm tofee tested.
Thoaewhc rwked alt-ktt sMlKmid be
lirefawd tQ; wfcr afciiW 1 f we
kred.JSesA. w wwdsl U4mt bMt.te44ice
lwopie.,ty. -iYf, .thw'.tiwt: elaM' of
h whs ttiaiidly xxciMed .tMtanlresifrom
shartBgAeesBBaon ftentwr.' --Tkei Nonhern
people are snsiaiftiW? kfii.-'sfsM otvml
tkwc lives as x mcti&es ferrttVe preeWyatioti
of tho Uais, atid, the, gaMem wo siia-feeling
of gfatttudo will wiuo8lhithii -people
" 8lana J ""' WBOi MKiu ISKaueiTfeS as
Ham. The-efibrt bemg Matk Ueletxan-
wueMato eraM wismaniaaM. Mm Wure
neshwlM) w4iLinfmL.-H4th.krriMri in
lM toqme the
l.if.ef to.tfc2 ks,: WtlUpHri dis-
- mi hiimn Tk laxm toLaIsu
I pj""l'gaBBite.pefpieg.R wag
oettM peoewiJofcth'peeafUK? South,
fenthwif Jr. tiKtc pufelic ee4 anl
throHdi thesifc LaejeoiiOUffM threwd: the
very.'thing wMAi.cacamd,ih;he event
of the election tf noetionat naadtthrte to
thaPreeMleacy ;Ti fat9a wecetJw
e aU.arti. smlH aiMetA weett . infe tho
eqeteet with a y;maif enHrmiiUm, that
swept over the country Jiew a ntghtv whirl
wi Put few TOtea: wee. sjivW" in any
I aoathera. State Mraiaet
... . . ? . -
.libe . -
South, effiaKries-znbetlr frew a littltF eMes of
amal -fry dttiaOiK, who hop to yetaui of
fice, or to lift thcmselws iafoMweh br.w&r-
riig upoa tJieclierittft MsoisveCthe Sthm
people- la fisctth ki a- eenl- ntUiing
among the dry boh w of theeJd fogi;-rhe
fieeailirHnaias, the: pickld sAelotoirof old
CewolkLvtioa FtlcniliHn.-th e mtt who
never had. a throb of sympathy wHJt.tiW peo
ple, are taming ovcrialthek SseuWy eefenfl
aad. scrambling to get out; See of flwtie
spavined hacks have alrelv- a?et oxit
aad,aa they bask in.&eBttBhiae-.b& iMckd
creitiireft are itwwini? a
power, they hiss- at the trj meni ef taa Swta
to the enforcement of the Ik wg ami to-the in
tegrity of the Union; but that hMreewn
that they should spit upeta titMk-iroeBaeg,
and faster that class whose otsly- rcaomnien
(ktion is theicv iiothingBeaa.'- They b4hm!1(,
aye, thej- will prefer meawhe Wsveljr feeight
for a principle, and then gracefoHy iwrr n
dered when it was no lcager pomUe to de
fend that priacipla oh the. battlefield, te-taa
eontemptible trimmers wIkwc pisek" ifernnk
within interest, aad whose vaunted ly al
ly waa only the virtue ef mmAagr eeur-
ftge to eaceaatcr daajfer: iBgiwUtodu
is the zneaaest' trait ia tke lraan
1 ia wo uiomtn' inrii. in
to join ia mis unaoiy efort-t
join ia this Unholy effort to taM&with
shame the men who have gyapnthiired with
her people ki tho terrible' s4rua;i through
which siie has- passed the en whe have
suiesreti with tfeeeattB the aeoniainr defeat
ithey hava:endufl men th feaght brave
ly, wit nave nosesuy aeueptea the eense
quenceaof defeat, and reaewed their lovalty
. .t.TT? rr,i n , , . ,
ut me union, me uoverasetK aw min
ing to fear from such men. Indeed, if the
present Congress, was composed1 of soMlcra
who stood the shock of battle, we would
soon have union and harmony-bet ween tho
estranired sections. Tho; Federal seklicr
has shown a high-hearted magnanimity,
while every effort to persecute the Soath has
emanated from men who never twek "ril
lakioas eunpowder:" and this nromomtfon
to degrade Uie Southern soldier comes rrom
a contemptible little squad of noky, fssfry
squirt, who hope to reach pewer by tra
ducing- those, whose onlyfitBlt coMtsts In
:""8 u ui ut ai uvieaee 01
winch the purest blood of meseuth has
been sneu in. vain.
From the RtehmonI Exaainer, '
T ,tt:.. ' t -W tt.J
j" (oiOTui uu4is- nave, 111 Baneueu
at taa enactment ot bolon1 which dechweu
infateoufl the men who in pcrioda of civlck
violence', iaklBg.napart-witli either party,
should remain neutral ,aawl the aironiea of
the stricken Commonwealth. These latter
days Have enabled us to do justice to the
U Wisaom or tho old Athenian. A
men haft been developed br the war
whom we would crlidlv invoke thn
pcna"e or bolon'a legislation.
. d7 .tt8i t!,e federal Senatd called
-r j -j v . v" """
-uwo, ere- Bevcnue, oflicea, in the South
5hahad not taken oaths pf the strength and
I""'1' PrMcnbcd by Congress. Tho
Secrttarrofihe Treasury, in replying', hna
Bawl wnrru Wrtirh tlll will, fkvlll.nwjlA-
light q the heart of every honest tun in the
. - ...... .......... 6 ..v-
South.. We quote from, tho dpcuawnt,
Which Hcs condensed before us :
In'mostof theSdnthern Slates "nrfv
evermsn jk jora iiettKue officer tr at some
tiae, either engaged. In, hoettlitiesi itfljaiant
ine uoverament 01 the united butafu.or
holding State or Confederate office".!' Nea
inerer we aaye,.in wie bfitMHstferai aau
li.ta all of nr.
J1. n!VCFi f2r tho tencfit, of the world at
Jana or our1 ormerrf fello cJUieni,
bee.o Clearly aad coacisely stated. Tho
betray an qulntaace wkh tha so
cial cuhuihou oi ineoQutn, ana a jcnowieago
Of Southern men and character, which do
laanite credit to the becrctary's judgment.
We trust' that they will not be lost oa Con-
grem or on the. people.
. Wo gentlemen of ho-South have zt of
late been" used to complImcnU, Wo have
been called traitors and villains so' Often ;
so many papew and' preachers and'politf-
cuuib iiavo juitieu in pitiuriUK u us uer (-
- pravities, thatitwaa-faawi-for even conscious
umwraw W uirow uu me KUN oi .RUliw XI
ourowli cohcienccs still slumbered, those of
Ten -reigiiwra were pstmiuiiy auve to
lraagraaine; We. war ksjptaaiiMg
thre&)r. to dictractour owa sae of siaist
mo,ra,1 tUneHw ,It.thmen whom
through lodeje&nvre were wont to regard as
models of prtyateTMWdMIc VirtUe were In
foot knaves aad nick Dock eta: if oar JaokiOM
and our Polks, and all the hot of .our saatkl
dead, were, oa the Harpers' main Life, but
rocky yillains oa wh'oat the ballet (Md, ar
aJakrely the workLof the haltarr if CUaf
Jaatiee Taaey; whoa Wo had' reserved m
" tkroash alt bis tract or rears , .
VearW the whTw Hover of a bhuaeteM UK.,
waa w tKrlr the atrodoaa crimiaai whe'
Thaddeas Sleveaa but the other day con-
aigned to wSwbt'oh earth aad to Sane ia
ML thaa. waa kTeani tkae. that weshoaW..
turn for cniighteaatest ta thona wha Jiad er
caped oar errors. Wickaam. night,, we
thought, Ar a coasiawtiog, he Eaered ta ia
atraet aa ia the aWtiat of c&tottsfeift and
Barbour sfare time frpat Cowysaeeoaal t
t an dan go ta ealighten m on the buaaaisn aad
praams ef lr aity.
JLt fa paiaAu to have one' Moral cocTk
tiaaa aasettlod. Wewete bewikkml hea
caHcd apea te coadetan thoee whom we' had
aaaird, aad to aea la iaaa whom we
Jcjjpiaod Ifcawotthy-al-iiawinti- ef petit
ical prsfenaeat The icretary hat date 11
aervlcQtothe, Sooth m raaawiW aia,
ooaricUa that the mea mmeeaaVle
oae datyareaot fit to be ttMtet! with anotif
er. More and more clearly, as peadicea
clear away, she JTortkerBv people' will
aeksowWge -xifeat, with, the aaaeytiaa;
of a few ccrwaWat tad consfkaoan Uaioaietii
wao couia oe aataoexed on less than tae tee
f4nger; aH "hoet men in"
dana the kH4r rears of
the South were.
the wan baa Jed
t Mather, ia tka CWiskrate caasa. Tha dif-
ftraaces wikh were then fdt, were no Jontr-
thereof political theory or of abstract doo
trine ; they xatxiii&raicaaia jaanhood, la
chaokir, aad ia public, gpirit. We hay
kibwn loawr acdwe know bfer tk aur
Sort frfeaik can yet know taeaC
ef men dewrihed xa tonihera MyalMa;
Th SMswtary of Treasary leant.
WhernTW ia tha Southtrs, wacfhymtB
a' aMta'aaaWeatly "honest and rwipeetahse to .
he traeted with the revenue, yoa witt js4J
J ajefswWiitfM Irt raaaasaetf
ao service to the sitaggHagr: eaaea e walaai
,-ware eaabarked the honor af ks State aad
the Htw and fortunes of his oaaipatwatg.
trAn wLiivttiai hi a lc - 1 .a., i