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Vol-Mtarr eoi&mH&kfttkM, et-i-lftitost-ta;
or itiori-at ews, solicited from w quarter.
News letters from the various counties of the
State esjeciHr .-sired.
AH eomrannlsatioM shout- be ad-rossod to the
" YJAiori of the Usio and At.'jcx."
F. SEYMOUR, M. D.,
(Lite Brkade Surcon, U. S. A.)
7; jjOClJI.IST AXD AIIRI8T,
Office 33 Cedar street,bctwecn Summer and Cherry,
'Office for treatment of alt Disease of the Ero
I JandEar, operation! for Squinting Cataract; cet.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
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fPIIE Orm heretofore extUmr nnder the name
X firm and ttyie oi v. iiMi uivu n -i
tit thia dar diwolred by mutual epatrnt. Mr.
llrown retire from the liuiinew. Mr. tallcadcr,
in connection with rhincaJ OarrcU.rill eo
tinue the Real Estate bninets at Uie old stand
W. Malt, llrown & Co., 41 Cherryftrret.
W. MA i i. US"."
CALLENDER & GARRETT,
(Sueccfsora to IV. Matt. Brows A Co.,)
Real EKtiitc AcentH,
II t'hrrry Slroel,
' VILTfirirc their prompt attention tothfclline
aad rtntins of every dcucription of Real Estate.
STOItE HOUSE EOIl SALE
trvN THURSDAY, JANUAUY 19th. 1801, XVR
W offer forcalc, on the premises, at 11 o clock
A. v., to tho Jiifthcot bidder for eash. a Store
Home on Front rtrcct, near Broad, 40 feet front,
running back half way to Market Mrcet.
We arc oflcrins tho following property at pri-
A very dwirable two-gtory Brick Dwelling, with
five room, on Broad (trcet, in W'ett Nashville.
'Irfit 100 feet front by 150 deep. Price, only $5,500.
'Sixty feet ground on Broad rtrcct. upon which
.there u a etore houec, a shop, and a rnjoon.
A very desirable Brick Dwclllnr, on
Ktrert, South Nahvillc, which we will
LOW DOWN figure.
vinflll Vrnmn tlfitmr. on faido ptrrct. near
Esd. PaulV. with two rooms and a porch. . I,ot
well shadeil. and ISO feet front, and ltt lccp.
Price, only $1)700.
JWlAiVeryieirnbie rrsmcrirc, pii.iviiowicsireci,
ii ei .Misnviuc. A'ncc,
.A magnificent lot, on the comer of Church nnd
A'vncat.t lot, fn free territory, on Cedar t trcct,
west of the Capitol.
TheRallroad Saloon Building, oil Collcgcstrcct,
'neartbo is &A.K:iU Depot.
140 feet of ground, on Market street, just
of the 1j. xi. 1U 11.
V A Briok -Dwelling, on tho west side of South
I'rontitreet, free-'soil, with six rooms, besides
kitchen and other outhouses.
A vacant Int. on South College street, opposite
Horn Pttinf Slum. ,K 1
Thrco small tenements, on High ftrect,'ncar
Wilson'a Spring three or tour rooms cacn.
,f nFKET GROUXD ON CUMBERLAND
' 'ftU'slrect, bctwoen Summer and High, near the
For particulars as to any of the abovo-mcntlon--cd
property; apply .to - ,
41 Cherry Sircet.
J. E. & 11. W. BROWN,
Eeal Estate Agents
(ovr.n vonic'K book stoki)
OFFER FOR SALE THE FOLLOWING
lno-t desirabln Ileal Estate:
1st. The RUTLi:DGE PROPERTY, on College
Hill. A few of theso beautiful lots are offored.
fronting on the Lebanon Pike, Market street and
Kutledgo street, near Castlcman street. Tho de
sire is to sell to parties who will erect good im
provement, and thereby enhance the value of the
W. Lots 18 and 19 in HOUSTON ADDITION
to Mgefield. caehSO f?et on Woodland street, only
a few hundred yards from the SUSPENSION
3d." BRYAN'S ADDITION to Edgefield.
A'fcwdosirablo lots fur sale in this beautiful
addition, on Foster utreet mid Trcntlin Avenue,
near me White s yroctc fiKr.
J. L. i it. W. BROWN Ag't.
janl2-l(T SX Union street.
At.BKRT V. I1IIJ.IK.
W. IIRTCE THOMMOX
DiLLIH & THOMPSON.
-KnAI. ESTATE ASls
PtlOMISING FAITHFUL AND PROMPT
attention to all business entrusted to oureitre,
we respectfully tender our services to tho Public.
" s General Agents, for the Purchase and Sale ol
' Kcal-Kstatei'Hciitlng and Leasing of City or
Country Property: Collection of Notes; Accounts
and Vouchers; Investigation of Titles, etc., etc.
. i . D1LLIN Jt THOMPSON.
Office, over Second National Bank, Collcgo street.
SALE OF CITY PROPERTY
ii ?EXKMPT rilOJL TAXATION,)
eX TTESWT, Ul SI BAY F JiMLttT, lSC,
JWILL SELL. AT AUCTION, THAT VAL
.Utble Property (formerly oecu pi eJ by the
anHvtlloiManaroeturlng Co.) situated on tho
fastsidcofiFrontftrcet, seventy-two feet sonfli of
l!roal. Said property fronts one hundred and
hfty.cno feet six inches on Front street, and runs
'backtme hundred and forty-one feet to the wharf.
Tle wharf the. entire width of the property, and
belonging to it rut low-water mark.
' Tliis property Is admirably local ed for mannfsc
turing. nnd Is by far the best site In the city for
CO.VIi Oil. REFTXEUY.
It has been divided Into six lots five' sf Uiem
twenty-five feet, and one tweuty-stx feet six in
TERMS One-fourth eash: balance tn sit,
twelve and eighteen months, without Interest.
Parties wishing any further information in re
cant to said property, will jdeaso call Uixm the
Rukkcxcc -rm TtTl.i-43. M. FOGG. Esu At-tomey-at-Law.
Sum. Riddleburger will dispense the creature
comforts on the occasion.
.. R. OjMcNAIRY.
At (Vmineiri.il Insurance Otnce, Bank of Union.
TOM CRUNK. Auctioneer. janl2-td
VALUABLE FARM TOE SALE.
riMIE BEAUTIFUL FXlt,M LYING ON THE
1 Gallatin Pike, Zi miles from the city, con
talnlag t acres of superior land,- elegant and
rommodiows dwelling, with all necessary out
balldtecs. hoHsehold nad kitchen furniture, stock
plaatotloa utensiK etc: a never-failing spring,
fine tfiring hoasa,aad orchard of carefully selected
trees. Apply to
ANDERSON, JOHNSON k SMITH.
TREANOK & CO.,
Fordign k Domestic Liquors,
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xo. mamuh; wmam,
GROCERS & BANKERS.
Corner Building Market and Church rtrectj. foi
merly occupied by twmg, Mctrorj to.
A RE RECEIVlNfl and havo in store tho fol-
100 barrel Brown Sugar.
ii) do A Coffco fiugar,
25 do B do do
25 do O do do
SO do Stuart ' Cnifhed Sugar, standard,
21 do do A do Tdo do
2 do Powdered do
21 do Syrup, !
25 do MoloMet,
SO kgSynip, 5 and 10 gals
CO barrels No 1 and 2 Mackerel,
SOhfdo do do , ;;'
fiOnrdo do do '
3(0 klta do Po. '
25 barrels F. N. & Co s Whisky.
25 do S.N. Pike's do
20 boxes star candle,
50 dozen brooms,
100 boxes chees. j
COOkcssnails, ' I JRPK
lm muni oiLtictr. . 1 '
SO boxes assorted soap,
40 kegs ginger,
SO doien buckets,
OOriKYt Rio eonoe, lVaf
100 boxes candy,
!W baskets champagne,'.
30 eases ardines,
60 boxes starch,
SO do pickles,
20 do Madder,
75 barrels apples, . 1 1 '
1000 barrels Flour, all grades,
2V) do Potatoes,
100 boxes Fire Crackers,
20 cases Figs,
100 cases assorted Liquors,
In addition to tho above wo have a gcncrali as-t
sortmcnt or groceries, all oi wmcn were oougui
during the present pressure in tho lastcrn mar
w. vnn kMI rniul on short profit".
and 'would bo pleased to havo our old friends call
on ut. tWUvO CO.
A. G. Ewing, of the former firm of Ewins, Mc
Crory .t Co., will be found with the. abore firn fr
i tin tiiitoc oi sciiiinz uv iuuii uitfuiic Mvv-
C. POWELL, & CO.
.18 BROAD STREET,
Xi:W YOltK, s
CoMiunrs Powr.tL, formerly C. Powell .t Co.,
I. F. tlREEN.formcrlyNichol, firccn & Co.Nash-
Chas. M. McUiikc. living at Knoxvillc. Tcnn.
T the above card it will be seen we, have cs-
JLs laoiisnwi ourselves in .kh mi wiiuo iui-
pose or doing a legitmalo commission uusincss ;
.,.! lining n Tnnnoaiof! house, wo Tcsncctfutlv so
licit the patronage of our Southern friends gen
erally. We are amply prepared to inako cash ad
vances on consignments ; w loan currency on gum
without charge of interest: to purchase and sell
cott"n. tobacco, flour and porK : aisogoiu siocks,
bonds. nd government securities on a margin ex
elusivels on commission.
C POWUU OKEEX Jk Co
f NASHVILLE, 'TENN..
At Manufacturers PrlccH,
"With Erciikt gilded.
The best Two and Four 1 torso
Lever Powers and Threshers :
The ))$t One andjTwp horso Railway
"Powers and Threshers;
Tho best Reaping and,
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SATTLY .GANG PLOWS;.
STRAW CUTTERS, etc.
Circulars mailed to any address, or io be had on
N J. II. WARNER CO..
No. 2 Public S-iurc, Nathvillel Tennessee.
' tiii:necox national hank,
- OF NASHVILLE.
Collcse Street, near Union,
Designated Dcpositaryand Financial Agent of the
. United States.
Is prepared to transact a regular Banking busi
ness, and furnish Exchange on
Government Securities. Gold and Silver, bought
and so! on coimuiion.
Jjiiiv IjJMSdkx. President.
M.J. AIIOUAS, liUT.
THIRD NATIONAL BANE,
W. W. Bssar. M. Bcaxa.
Jons Kikkvax. ; Jos. W. Attsv.
D. Wkavs. - 1 Eimiak Joxw.
Das'l F. Caktrr. A. J. Dcxcax.
Alkxaxoeb FitU tTlAS. E. Hiluiax,
Eoxtrxti CoorKs. -
This Bank occupies the buildiag Ibnncrly occa
Plcd by the I'lantm" Bask, ccmer'rft Ualoa and
Collega streets, aed is preptrrd to buy aodseM
CU!t XUr,, Dr. ftOTW, rftu, 'itFtM 1
- BaniU sHxi 7-S Treamy Notes a!
wMlaW.tdr itk eCateasM
wi cwMlh4r4 N. V4irtVt the hWV
, : NASITvTLLE, TENNESSEETOflAY, JlMttRY 31, i66. " -V.";,' '. n in' ' SSSsSF?
p. h. bailky.
c. st. obdwat.
t. e. Sample.
j. v. CAESAT.
BIILET, ORDWAT MO.
C;OXMI.SIOX AHD FORWARDIXG .
"O. 7 BROAD STREET,
-(Rear the JRlver,)
?1 ESPECTFULLY BEO TO ANNOUNCE TO
XX) the Trade that they are now receiving aad
will have, in store oneof the largest and most com
plete lotsof Groceries offered Via this market for
some years fust.
The Goods were bought by - one
of our firm in person in Baltimore and New York,
and were selected specially for this market.
lollowing. comprise a part or me siock
300 sacki Ilaltirnore Itlo Coffee;
40 hogsheads Urown bugar;
100 barrels A Cofibe Sugar;
50 barrfila B Coffee Sugar;
50 barrels C Coffee, bugar,
50 barrel Crushed ugan
50 barrels Powdered, Sugar;
50 Granulated Sugar;
-500 barrels Flour, ofjxll grades;
1000 sack Urati;. . ,, i
2000 barrels Salt; .
20 'barrels Molasses;
'f--lQ barrels Vinegar,
2.ibarrelr'liobertson County Whisky;
toi'-23 barrebi Bourbon "Whisky;
O 5 barrels Holland Um;
4 casks of Brandy;
SI00 barrels and half barrels Mackerel;
100 kits Mackerel; '
100 boxes Cheese; ' v
50 boxes, J and boies Eaisins;
15 barrels" Almonds;,-i
15 barrels Filberts;
250 ,drums Figs;
50 cases assorted Tickles, quart and pint;
100 cases Oysters;
25 cases Sardines;
200 boxes, i' and J- boxes Candles;
100 bxsvariousbrandsSoap, plain andfancv;
50 boxes assorted uindlcs;
10 boxes Brandy Cherries;
200 kegs Nails, assorted:
50 dozen Painted Buckets;
20 dozen Tubs in Nests;
15 casks Soda;. ,
100 boxes Chewing Tobacco, all grades;
20 cases Smoking iobacco;
50 dozen Brooms:
25 dozen "Washboards;
500,000 G. D. Caps;
100 bags Shot;
all kegs l'owdcr;
25 bags Pepper;
25 bags Spice;J
75 boxes Indigo;
11 casks Madder; ,
100 boxes Mustard,
2o boxes btarcli;
Il.YUaiNG, KOFEJAXD TWINE. J
This stock is offered to tho Trade only, at small
pro8ts. Wo are determined to sell as cheap as the
sams urticlcs can bo had for'in Louisville or Cin
cash oxiir. ,
Having ample f torago room, we invitd conslgn-
mcnts of Cotton and all kinds of Produce. We
will take in exchange
DRIED AF-ri.ES AND TEACHES,
GINSENG ANI WOOI,
And will allow the highest market prices.
II A It O W A K E
SAM. VANLEER k& CO.,
NO. tl COLLEGE STREET.
SIGN OF THE BIG PADLOCK
AVE ON HAND AND ARE
eto nnd camnlete stocg ol
lete stock of English, (ler
man, and American HARD WARfc.
Which wc are selling at reasonable prices,
stook consists in part of -
FINE IXL POCKET CUTLERY.
500 GROSS TABLE CUTLERY,
200 DOZ. KNOB LOCKS, assorted.
M do HAND AND RIPPING SAWS,
300 da Assorted augers.
23 do FOOT ADZE.
2000 lbs. HOOKS AND HINGES, assorted, 12 to
y 4S inches,
ldaOIbs. D0IL CHAIN.
1000 " BLACKSMITH'S HAMMERS, all kinds'
23 WRIGHT'S ANVILS,'
100 CROSS-CUT SAWS. 4J4 toTJifejlt,
. CO MILL SAWA C)S to 8 feet -J -AXES,.
FILES ' "
CANDLESTICKS ofall kinds
- TIN CUPS and PLATES.
ITEA and TABLESPOONS.
' ' 1 'TACKS.
A ycry large stock of PLANES cf every variaty
PSEXIVX .STEEL PLOWS.
f.Those wishing to purchase ic outline will do
well to giv'e us a call before buying.
SAM. TAN1.EER, CO.
Jan 1 lm. , .
G. W. TALL & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS e
HARDWARE AAD CUTLERY
NO. 31 PUBLIC SQUARE.
(Kirkman k Ellis' old stand.)
Wo would respectfully Invite the attention ol
SPORTSMEN to our stock of
Gr XJ N" S, '
Which cannot be equalled here. It comprises all
grades, from the
PliAIlV DOUR EE RARREIi
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WIIHI.EV RICHARBN A GK
ALSO X TKW
DRUGS k MEDICINES.
ifc CO ,
JR. TOM WELLS,
33 Market st opposite Union.
f) ESPECTFULLY INFORMTHE OLD PAT-
J.l rons of Dr. M .LLb and the public generally.
that his Micecsw will uo.'all in their power, by.
uiiiigcni auenuon in ousiness, to merit acontino
ance of tho Doctor's former large and extensive''
patronage.; . i
They will keep constantly. on hand
Powers and Woitrhtman's relehmfoil Phomi!.
Blue 1Maw. Sulphate Quinine, Sulphate Morphia,
Iodine, Iodide Potash, Chloride of Gold, Ether,
Our Pharm&cenlAl nrAnnratinns nrn sni-ti
Tinctures, Extracts, Syrups, Cerates, Ointments,
A-iasicrs, etc., are mane in stnet accordance with
the revised Phannacopia.
VPmwttu Medicines A
Such as -Pills. Ointments, Diarrlicca Cordials,
Ague Tonics, Altcralive, Invigorating Cordials,
Cough Medicines, and in fact all the
JPatent Mediciiies h
Of the day. Finest articles of .Perfumery, Fancy
and Toilet articles of every description, fancy
eriuineu soaps, llair UUs, Jlair-Kcstoratives,
OOth l ashes. Tnoth'llnwhM. nm nU nrfily trt
this line pertaining to the Toilet.
Botanic ik Eclectic Medicines,
8uch as Fresh Roots and Herbs, of all kinds:
Tildcn's andB. Keith's Alkaloid andltcsnoid, and
their concentrated Extracts.
Trusses! Trusses!! Trusses!!!
. ;Forthemillioa, of every sizo and variety.
Dental A Surgiul Insti-umciits,
Accurately filled, at all hours oftheday and night.
Spices, Dye StulTs, Paints,
Allspice, Pepper, Cinnamon, Cloves, .Nutmegs,
Mace, Mustard, Aromatic Seeds, JlaXlcr, Span
ish Indigo, Logwood. Copperas, llluo Stone, AIu
nateof Tin, Cudbear, etc. Window Glass. 8x10
to.0xC0rTupcrior qualit'. White Lead, Mixed
Paints,' ready.for use;; Linseed Oil, Turpentine,
Coal Oil ; Lamps of every variety, and large sup
ply, at low rates.
Landreth's Garden Seed.
Just received, a very large supply.
lot of Grass Seed.
Also, a large
ItOBERT 1 JENKINS, Prcicriptionist and
and Pharmecist, at the Old Stand of II. S. Thatch
er, now of the firm of R. P. J. & Co., would in
form the Physicians of Nashville, and surround
ing country, that it is our aim to supply every
want of the Practitioner, in the lino of his pro
fession, and will sparouo pains to accomplish that
end satisfactorily, lie will be much pleased tosee
any of the Faculty who will honor our establish
ment with a visit.
Ho hopes by constant attention to business to
merit a share of patronage, assuring them that
their favors will be prepared with fidelity, of the,
purest materials, and by himself personally, oran
Our Stock embraces the greatest variety, and
everything coming within the Drug Business.
Give us a call and we will guarantee satisfac
tion. All orders intrusted to our care filled with
promptness and accuracy.
R. P. JENItlXS, fc CO.,
- i'- - t '32 MarketSL, opposite Union,
SIGN OF TTIE MAN AND MORTAR.
MUSIC, PIANOS &c.
33 UNION STREET.
'PHIS OLD ESTABLISHMENT DEALS IN
JL Pianos of Stcinway and Sons, J. B. Dunham,
Robt. Nunn's. A. H. Uale Sc Co.. and other first
class instruments, Carhairt, Nccdham Jc Co's un
rivalled " . ' w
UilUKUU AND PARLOR ORGANS.
Also. SHEET MUSICl and
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE GENERALLY;
Give it a call before you purchase.
P. S. Have lust kiIiIhI in tlin nWn lwt nf
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CAEI.EXBERO tr TACPIX.
Call and oxamine. dec29-lm
PIANOS! PIANOS !
MASON & HAMLIN'S , ;
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VO" "ILL FIND THE BEST ASSORT-
jl -sent tn tue city at Lntk s icw .Music Store
Dliosite Pt. rinuil TInt-1 Ali-. Viuu. .-,1
Moncal Instruments of all kinds. Be sura to call
tmre pure-asiBg elsewhere.
Puwos tuned by Jar; Jae.
Lurlc. Itsil.linr riar (-.. ,k!(.'l '
HMIE OFFICE OF 'TIIE SEWAXF.E COAL
X Agency Is "now removed to No. 33 Church
vruwssw- oai will be prosiptlr tilled it)"
cents per bash tl,
j. Biu.t, Agent.
for F. Howard Sz CC
i-m ew B-ean. Fides.
TWrtes Kew Lard,
for Sale by
j. -tsLAUQHLIX, 3KJTL-K i. Ct
ally, in the Purchafe, Sale aad
t. . '. . r, -w ..
Jieai jiMme, mocks, Moans cotton-
- ana Oil Xante, etc.
ourdMded Wtion pledqedm
Office over W. T. Berrv's-'Book' Riorif. TPnit;-
SAM'L R. ANDE1
BUSHROD R. JOHNSON.
ItcHl Estate mh1 Claim Agent,
NO. 33 CHURCH STREET.
IV O. Baxt:
ATTEND PROMPTI.Y TO THE
COLLECTION OF CLAIMS against the
unutxi.-.-Maiw, anu procure jjouikj, xock l ay.
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fp nsionsrA:ff. tlnvn ftmnceinlfefl nimsll 'wttn nn
able and influential firm in Washington. Cky,
he offers rare inducements to those who' havo
I. claims of any description afainjtthe,(lovcrBmcnt.
- mon UieSUait! States.' iuo-
DVSrftMMt'- V ouchers
or tMlfesteti. t.jC-2itSJ
nceial littenHoa riven to all bosiaans ncrtainiaff
to aRealEstato and Qencral Agcncy.
IV- J. lEEIXGTOK.
AREINGTOF & PAERAS,
NO. 68 r vbuc square,;
NEXT DOOR NORTH OF CITY ilOTEL.
NASIIVII.I.E, TENNESSEE. 2,
Ja 'COtf 1' . - i' i
v jT.-B. OHILDKESS,
JxJ5 4 A.
31J North College Street,
FRONT ROOM, .
(Up Stairs,) over 2d National iBank.
dec2i-lm . r .- , NASHVILLE. TENN
FIRST-A TRACT OF LAND, CONTAINING
217 acres, in tho Seventh District, Davidson1
'county, -a bout 8 miles from Nashville. Only a
partoticne tract win.be soia n nesireu.
Second A tract of land containing 62, acres, in
District No. 13, about 2J4 miles from the eiton
the Cumberland river. On tho place is a fine
young apple orchard.
Third A house and lot on North .Summer St.,
being second door north of Gay .street, and 35 by
l-UlceU Xho house has lour or live rooms. nit,
Fourth An unimproved lot adjoining the last
mentioned lot, on the north side, fronting' on Sum
mer street, 40). feet by 120 feet deep.
Fifth A lot on tho north side of Gay street,
west of Summer-street, 00 by 120 feet.
Sixth An unimnroved lot on Crawford street.
south side, between Summer and High streets, SO
Seventh A lot on lower Water street adjoin
ing Flynn's lot on the north side, and being 23 by
Eichth Three lots in Wctmore's Addition to
Edgefield, adjoining the south side of Robt. Stew
art's property, and being each 50 by 130 feet.
Ninth A lot in Preston Hays' Addition to
Nashville, on the north side of the N. Sc', C. Rail
road, and being 84 by 135 feet.
Tenth A lot about 200 feet west of the Nash
, ville and Franklin Turnpike' rindj 6ft "Ihc road or
street running westwardlyi anddividihg the old
Lunatic Asylum from the property known as the
Berry place. "
Appty to T. B. CHILDRESS,
At his law oBce, No. 31J North College street,
near Union, over Second National Bank,
Johnson villc, Cairo mid Stliiln
Daily Line of Paclets.
"O UNNING IN CONNECTION WITH THE
IV Nasville and Northwestern, Nashville and
Chattanooga, and Tennessee and Alabama Rail
A FIRST CLASS PASSENGER STEAMER
Leaves Johnsonvillo for St. Louis, Cnirp. and
Paducah every day on tho arrival of the cars,
conncccing at Paducah with the Cincinnati Pack
ets, at Cairo with tho Illinois .Central Railroad :
the Memphis Packet Company and Atlantic and
Mississip Steamship Company and at St. Louis
with all tho Railroads and Upper Mississippi
Office corner of Clinrcli nnd Summer
Streets, opposite St. Cloud Hotel.
NAS1TTII.I.E t CINCINNATI
JAMES W. GAFF, Presideot.
JAMES S. WISE, Sop't.
ONE OF THE FINE PASSENGER STEAM
ERS, ROWENA. REBECCA, EMMA
-vx.r. ur m ' ' iviii i.-.v .,iii,,iiu
every TUESDAY and FRIDAY, and Ciucinnatl
every it-c-ai uuu .cj-a-a-.--
All claims against the above Company will be
adjusted on presentation, by
A. A. SPENCER St Co., Special Agents,
janl3-3m Comer Church and College sts.
FRONTING ON CHURCH STREET. IN THE
Ukios aSD AuKWCUf Block, a Room admir
ably suited for'an Office or small Retail EBusiness.
Apply at tho Counting Room of tho Usios and
AMKBICAV. jam ti.
TWO VERY LARGE ROOMS IN THE
Fourth Story 'of tho Usios asd Avkricax
Block, well adapted to manv purposes. Apply
at tho eounting-TOomof this office.
F. C. DUNNINGTON & CO.
deolO-tf . . " :
ALE, PORTER. POTATOES,
For Sale, at Prime Costs.
We HAVE ON HAND
'200 barrels AVheclfng Ale,
60 " - Porter..
20 " -' bottled " "
1000 bushels heavy Illinois Oats,
1 1000 bushels lnsn folatocs;
Which we wilt dispose of at Cost,, to telose con
signments. GODSUALL A-'HOLLAND..
JanlC Iw. ' -
DR. JOHN D. WINSTON,
Residence and Office,
NO. 22 HIGH STREET,
-TWO DOORS NOBTHJOF 'UNION
SOAP! SOAP!! S0APH!J
BAWITS IMPROVEn ERASIVE SOAP.
- ' t it '
Bent Sorp made in '.Ike Ijniicd
I iSenifyonr Orders to
RODDY & CO.?
MA NUPA OTTJ- E RS ,
No. , Cknrck Street, ,'
vdee2lT--m . , ,
" J. & L. whorle.;
51 . . .
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,; IMPenTEtS AXO DEALK-S IX,
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X.3-XarkctStrtK-f, - '
Kth it, H1hw. ITastera
Apfie. a -if oar .ceetvea
a Jw 9$
Unioii and American
.KJrAT JAKT7AKY 21, 18S6.
FREE Tllfil "T PMJiSCTIIN.
Trade thcPrlaelisle erNniieniti
pci-i ty A do p Uo or a CoHfc'tkartftn.
Fro m tfie Chicago Dail jr'Tiaw!, Jan.
, Jastj.ewgwgtHi seod , meeting of tho
dPiWILan iefteue was 'held in
I Movie's JeMkaAt'slTrluuiaa'vDu
WTai-. tbstUu. Zt JtZ, J i .
bieetof this Jeaeue is to advomte tiu tliwirv
Pf free, trade, asbcinc a means of isniritin
I and ernanilintr tt ImJnu. ii,. r.i
and expandintr the basinefls interta of tho
cwntry, and e lying at tho fbundation,tf ai
trjiepatriotisai, since it enhances the pros-'
ly tenfclo.'thetbenefit andpresemtion of the
country. It opposes thepaWl care
ltrislatemaBd'OsBereba in nrnWiin IF flJlft
branch of imlaetry tcTthe iktal
others, aid .advocates the theory'that the im
mutable principles of supply, and deniamlre
the only laws which should immtKiuifftlv.
govern the commercial interests.of the ooun-
rri, ... .i l v "'
trv. The attfind-fn nn rri, K'Zi
JbHt among ihe audience were cW3
P' "ug uie auaience were recognised
UiHWJiOf the Wostantelheent and inflHentlal
Thfefollowbc Constitution was, adopted :
Asricur 1. The nitine 'of-this sdciety shall
be "The -American 'Tree Trade XeKgue of
Chicago?' - r
,St J3w P.t -at the league "Aall be
to promote anunrfefncted-lconiMp.rpTk'l in-.
I nations. jw
ART. d. Anv DCrSOn may bPiYSmr-'a nirni.
ler'of ;the league76B tlie fecowmendation of
the executive committee, every life member
paying into theTZreasary-'a gross ram of $50,
and every'.other member $1 each year;
Art. Thev6ffice of thp league shall
be a presidetit, vice president, a treasurer, a
correspondiBff Wretarv. a recording secre-
...si, iiuu oinr.m live luemuers, wxioniay
be increased' by their own, vote to aiiumber
not exceeding Hkie,-all .which officers, shall,
hold their place for, ope -year.
Art; 5. If Bhall be' the dufv of the Dres-
ident to president, all regular '.and special
meetings ot ine league, to preserve Order, to
countersign 'the requisitions of the execu
tive committee.upor. tho treasurer, arid to
perfonn'sucfi otherjictg' connected witli tlie
business? of the!
aa maydevolve upon
A-.-. R T l-.ll
.A... W. ffl.Uli
be the' dntv 'of tlie vice-
presiilent to discharge the office of the
president in case of his absence, or inability
Abt. 7. It shall be the dnty of tho.treas-!
urer to collect and keep, safelyjill the moneys
of Hhe leajrue, to make disbursements on the
uiucr ui me .uitviuivu ctinirimiee, counter
signed by the president,-aud t present an
nually to the leagtie a full and aecurate re
port of his receipts and expenditures, with
appropriate youchers. ,
Art. .8. It Bhall 'be the duty of the cor
responding: secretary; .to receive and answer,
under instructions of the executive commit
tee, all communications addressed! to the
league in regard .to its general oBject, to
maintain intercourse by letter with other as
sociations, or with individuals having a
similar object in) view', and to renort an
nually upon the progress of free trade intliis
and other countries. -
1 Am-. 9. It shalt be tho duty V'Uic-'recording
.secretary, to keep a full arid faithfql
record of all the :proceeding3 of the league
at regular or special meetings, and to. pre
serve ic? property ana aremves,
Amy 10. It shall be tho duty' of the
executive committee to. provide rooms arid
furniture convenient dor the meeting, and
business of the league; .topreparq businore
for the meetings, to superintcnu.the publica
tion of pamphlets, book's, and articles in
new? papers, to procure locturcs and addresses
on free trade, tq order all .payments (if
money, to audit the accounts of the treasurer,
to perform such other services as may be-referred
to them by the league, and generally
to. watch oyer,its interests. This committee
may at any time fill the vacancies among its
Art. 11. The regular meetings of the
league shall bo held once a' month, at such
place "as the executivb committee may des
ignate. Art. ,12. The order of business at a reg
ular meeting shall be as follows :
1. ThcTeading and approval of minutes,
2. Receiving the reports of officer- in the
order named in article 4.
3 Hecciving the reports of special com
mittees. 4. Resolutions.
5. The admission of members.
6. Miscellaneous business.
AitT. 13. All questions shall be decided
by a vote of the, majority of the members
present at any meeting,, except as provided.
m article 1G.
Aht. 14. Points ofjOrdcr shall, bo deter
mined iii conformity with the rules of tlie
House of Representatives of the United
Airr. lo.fNo money shall be appropriated
beyond the actual receipts of the treasury,
and no debt whatever can, under any cir-
cumstanccs, he contracted by the league.
Art. 10. This constitution may be amend
ed by the vote of two-thirds of the member
present at two successive regular meetings,
except, that no amendment can be mado of
tho 15th article.
TJie IiiHuencc of Newspapers.
I Occasion'allyJ'an. individualsays to us,
paper," or, as in some instances,, "any wife
thinks ivc can dispense with the 'paper now,
and I must stop." Thus it is, they ;stop the
paper tke first thing as a aicless cxeose,
without thinking of tho actual waste of
money for things drank, eat, smoked 'and
chewed, which can, do. the system no good,
but rather harm. ' '"
The newspaper can and should be regard
ed as a benefit to every Ji6uehold ; ,it im
parts useful information ; it furnishes sub
jects for thought and conversation ; it adds
a charm to social intercourse; it makes
agreeable members of society. To be with
out a newspaper one might as well be out 'of
the world; lie becomes a perfect nobody;
iu ucuiucs H in:AJ-i. uuwuy ; I
when he goes into society and hears others
talk about current events,
tions. of local and ceneral interest.
take, no part iri.these things, because he Is.
noiposteu up, not navingreaa ine papers.
Andf in the family circle what an iniliieflce
the newspaper has the children read it,
and gain in knowledges it serves to occasy
their leisure hours, to keep them from friTO
lous amusements, and gives an attraction to
home. Surely, then, no wise parent would
consent to go without a newspaper in Iiis
family-aiocal'hdfne newspaper, too. Ho
may think he can get along without it, be
cause he is out of the world, ami can have
the reading of the paper from his neighbor's
shop or store, ocan learn, what is going, on
from others: But this' is rather a mean
way. Men ought to be independent. Thcy
ought to read for themselves. If, however,
they think they do not need the iwper for
thMneelTesTlhey may rest assored.that their
r may rew asr-a.iaat ine, i
family does. ConsideraUons like thew 1
should Jtave.wcijit, and should induce those
who have -had tho-ghts of stopping their
newspaper not to do eo, and for those who
have not taken a paper.' to sohscriVc at once.
Matkkkai. Isfluksce. Gov. Bump.
of Massachosetts, once relate the following
incident : After reading with great interest
the hitters f John Quincy Adams' wether,
he oceday went over to his seat in Congress
and atitl to him, " Mr. Adams, I fmud oat
tcko m mte " What, do you meast V said
lie. Ill hive been reading tlie letters of yow
feihlir." was the rmW. Witiia Ha'hiwr
eye aiid glowing laee Se started Bp, and, ki
" Ye3jBrigi, all that is good in me I owe
iA I tuamimfAKiing' GMventiei-
ehw-4 at Uti-a, Xew York. The esnvention
decided to nsfsive iheif wtte tt.H Amertean
Dairyinea's Association," , and made arraage
raents to send an agent to iarepe to in rot i-
! fple. the caMte. pl-g-.
A St. Loch diftsateh ef the 10th jy :
A ?etMig wiUJse.hefciiSatf Change toj-m-r-rw.
te ifi-rttgarate ere3 for e.i-ding'.
therra jaeuniain Jtaiireaa to lhibh-s,-jvy-
se a- te jrive gt; Xeais as oath to the
r- ; - - -
CtsciKXATi, Dec. 8, 1M&
Natbaalel B.Meade. Bsa WlWr. Vk
MtDkak Sir Yow ktter haewt ms
to hand, I have be aWnt from (Se iiy a
ga dd la Wy, wm! Akswv aceowftt ferlte
dekyna partthe swikwrntaswer
I reeret that I have tint a vu luUii In. cS
T.. -.. rJT'KT
uie jaws ox inuiatiaami iiiiihms to send yo.
U am not" fewihr with their prevwiottg (a
reiarta to negfeas: iWt iH these Mk$,
m; x ua.a an jmprwKion iftev are mem
siriBgent man Uimc of Uhto.
Indeel, in thia State, the" im:va eiiiovk
practically, all civil righfa. He feay acqsire
. ..u.u nune wtieB, sat aim
be.sued, ad gtvetestitaony in all courte and
all osses In sowe parteof theState; public
..v... iu4 4winiuwiuuui LTuureu ctmareii,
arc estalilished ua4er thel aathrity;or fawl
and are supported by Uhi tax ee levied m tk
property of alt the people, of the. Stat, atHi
-T' af"fcW h.?,:
The laws which, created dkaUlkiel on' the
Jrt of negroeal kt respect to' tee: mvH
ngni were repeated in the yfer.lg43,.aer
an obstinate contest, qaite tttemorRbleiin the
...o.v.. i m iucuuwj lAIlUICTrcltaBl TTVLS lOOKSJil
,ivnn .!.l. : ..J' 1 . , --...r
"f " gnsat.-ntts.Yar oy a jaigg pernwt
I 9 .?.PW a a. .SaMweHS' IB
hw&of the Legislatere-to the reposa of pri
vate life. But I am not cwre.Mj W era?
mZr4 . ..., t JL .O- ..V.i
the coBtrary.the new piiy; jif J.afifty ealLit
.so, ba betsiieund so.eonktit;witli' justic.
.-an. mi whs i: e-TW-Wiy no.' party HI UaiQ,
oafell- V?iito bn4jt.-2ji aZt
oMyJobsrv-te5f the eeet,of chpol
icy has been. limited to Ohio. I.aawell
awaie that fa. policy well adapted td a State
ttkese ,the"neFes are few in! mhbW ac-.
gatemUt of W Vracr: niiail .-d-r-t.
inc. Sbde uKsrtiite. netpvet. ore, ttryiiumtroua
iintl fjerumHit -3m. !-Li V . -
fullr awani that a oowiition of society whielC
has'existea Sot cmUmesi la.rm deon' Us-
.pressionson the Jk&nKedes of. tfaoaghtp
nil Ti onrtrt .nl 1 iL.i 1 1 .
W3"ys. Bnpleasant, aad. .freqvHHrtly unsafe to
disregardJthenu .History teaches ia every
page .thai suddea aad r-dicsj ehaages,wkjeh.
at, Once slioeJi deeply-rooted, prejiKliees.
and go too. far, even in the ieht direction,
.are followed.hy a reaction which leaVes1 the
latter stataworye than the first.. The' wis
dom and beneficence of aoy change dejxfia
upon ita en tiro fitness in time and, inanner,
and decree, to .tke.conditiok ot theT'pqoble'
upon whoB.it oprates. - . -w-i';'
The questions relating to 'the status of its
inhabitants belong solely to each State.,
xney tie wKHin-ne aoaaur- of. reserved,
rights, upon which'rieither . tlie IFederal
Government nor the bther! States csri 'kw-
' . ' u
constrain me tn
speak with' difSdeneo of the proper eonrse to
t ,,.- .l t .i.t ; i .Jtj
i'suoi at una liinu uy ine ouillliem
States in relation to their freedmen; k
ougfU to bt humane, ami in cmfonndy iri& their
ehangtd condition, and ealwteied .te jp'tw free
scope to iftatw capacity for improvement they
nay possess, X do not milt. Whatever, hiiiy
have been expedient or necessary, in a soci
ety where the ctmditioR of slarprv hha it
does seem to me that justice.and good policy
alike require that ample pratecBon should
be assured to' the person awl -property of the
negro wherever' he, ia recojni'e as a freed
man : L mean that proteeii&t, aiid that aefwe of
protection, whkh jutt Imrr impartMfy imits-
.man.- The condition of freedom, deprives
the negro of that care ami proteclfop which
thcailection and interest of hwt tJster3isr,
sureil to him, andJmpose upon him Iheiduty
to support himself and hbrfiinalljv fliafull
enjoyment 'bf the fruiti,, 0f; his Jatxir the'
right to acquire and hold .preperty.'Uy make
and enforce contracts is essential; la,; the
performance of this duty. The society wliich
lmiwses tho duty should guarantee the pro
tection. This is simple justice to the negrd.
I believe thatt will at the same time pro
mote the peaces and good order oC society,,
and tlie" pleasant and profitable connection of
the two races in their new relation to each
X notice what you say iu reference to the;
proposition to permit negroes to testify.
Many judicious persons agree with the
opinion yoif express ; bul mu oLervittioh and
experience hare concmcetl ine that the true rule la
ceptions, has been tho law: of Ohio for ten
years, and it has been attended with good
I am, very respectfully, your obedient ecr
vant, GeobobJI, Pf.ndktosv
A Visit tn (JiaiiU.
In the London Orchestra wo find thU a
P t:, : ... rii
WUHK Ul . nib KJ ftllU I.1J11 I11I UIJU
(Anak, who are exhibiting- themselves in
Birmingham. The writer went through, the'
process of "chin-chinning".
"The process of chin-chinning Is easily
performed. You shake hand-'w'ith vour-
self at the level of your own nose, and then
work aa imaginary pump, utterinc the words
'Chin, chin.' blandly. After that v
happy. Chang is a moutainoaa poet with
a good face. I could fancy him a sort qf
celestial Tennyson, who wodld write The
Idyls of the Emperor if he liked. He is
Very fond, of shaking hands with liU audi
ence, who uon'.t Dke it, but are arraid ha
will hit them if theV object) and a blow from
Chang's fist would'be" equivalent' to concus
sion with a steam engine. Mrs. Chang is
a nice lady, with, homoeopathic feet. I
wanted to know how she kissed her .husband
and Chaag.informed me it was his'fpractice
to sit down on tho hearthrug and let his
wife sland on a chair, by which process the"1
"nwjital embrace was performed. S',e 0ly,
kisses. Jiim once a week on Sunday morn
ing owing to the difficultijti iu Mie yrny.
On week days they merely chia-chin sach
other. Chung, the dwarf, ltltogl. a small
man, ia a great card. Hc w frigHtiUy
muscular, and cliojn'at imag1ary enemies,
after first writing his 'choii es the wal.
Hc is first cliop. in mo-jt thin especially
i-1. i , .i ?.., i ,
aa ii- migiit nun ones emu .ixstoro .ociiig
uiscovereo. , t
"A fL anf4.,tn!tt mvt rti1, nn.1
, - - . , r , - - , ..
Maj 0m. n n, vdi mtu
,r A..irel mm extuo-
Vr 6i -on.
iig iu xm a jjuuri. -iirugi- xtwv mi null
made aa Chang,. and I fancy, padded. lie
was dressed in a curious ancient garment' of
necromantic shape, .so that Amk, when
dressed, may be saul to be an .Anakronigm,
He talks French, and' js mch pestered by
i-juuieagcu i acnes wuo wave, been to l'aris,
and wiKh (o prove it. It is always middle
aped and old la dies who nwke themselves
ridiculous, and T often worn ler whether the
dear girk of the present tim. will tern silly
when they get ohl. Uhere are m many'
eiueriy ladies talking bod trench to Anak,
aad calling hini'3iossv that I feH d Was
ted and left, first i-contmending Prof. Ander-
sonto scnu little lorn, not Horn, to bed; for
he is a stunted baby who in last killine kim
lelf by late hours and preoeeky. 1 ,hat
phenomena ejtcially ttnaey. mx yrs of
ge; ana iom. jxx m nothwg ia him but
i". ' - . i .,,'..
1"' mnm mm on.
Pa6exAi Lseat. G. Simoni E. Jfeck-
ner, of the lata Confederate gtetas arT,
now one of tba tdttow ef the Kew Orleans
Crexml, U in the city; Ilk friend
will rejoice to learn that he is enjoying ex
cellent hakh and looking rewar kably well.
Col. Gas. Henry and Maj. Clara, feraerly
of Gen. Joe Joh Baton's staff) are ako at the
Hon. T. J. FFtr, wombsr let te Cm-
Trrr-tfl svui A ImaW-j-a-a iiri ri fr
mi the city. amA tof4ag at tkGcro.
JfeutphU App, 16A.
' Won't Stop PKiACH-i. We tiHl
-V-nJ sur jt-r tltsti. -JL-sfl l-- --- -- us
tmsm uii r sgUf W-swv wre sninivlfln dwttxX
arrest of K-v. Father Ilefa& a Ca&aftc
priest, and the indietmowt of jter. jfaha B.
ifimml a Vntliniliit fiiimiii ffni.tli runtntnr
ChilKcwthe, in . thi State, far pt'iMH)hiag
TTiHifiii r f -i if an Ula ur I nirii--ilntanit
1T VLksmtuv -w vVf-MWW
---4l mVtn Bkf Tii n t-a asU fli imi ii' " -
ti w jnt ilMH MM IPWI MiVPV VflKl
Jj. aspaas kl f -- MptfU4 ift
r aatU faa aQ asjtjtauaulasjLaa uul lJ1 JJIU df
(aaMul sBsr i lfwTjd jI J
UajjyJf Asski V 'cJS sLsf tLa b-u
permit all pemns la tesUm leaving to the
judge or tho jury tho question of their credi
bility. Such, with very inconsiderable ex
hsKda Aai AjKjr . a iL-t TsVst' " Rc
""WJ On USW JWvaTv v HW As-TVwswW A V'
X4BL( b1L tsM bB irtil suukAuug 4fBja
- - . - i rr , i ;' w --
-tameMU-tt sswt Wt4fe awl
New; York w. ftt. Losk JUtntWsL.
- W8ALTH QS Wm?K A'NB AXICA.
Th ft weakfe of s&nut ef wr tmMimm.
air is restllv ftonijihin- aad m ,tS-
a mme dswui.ia "fhose who , kave -hit
moIy'lolKfalofig wafW htiiiii.d
ertAOHMtfttfftol dottew. 1WsmiAi.s
waWiv m mid ki8a phonomenoit of oitr
place, tmta rulak w sapfosod
w no snch eoipsMl "fortanesas powe of
diananaftteoriwe are ia m dimmer of,ippei
wkttsthsm iH tiwsemilU. Therk
ifc'wkat o& aeocraiion heaiM u t -
J,,t. .1 . ui I ..?. ... I .. . ' ...
n me MBKen; are Mneraftr the kretst
-eeHHtlatew of wikli. eoiiMiiw m
-r T-j -.1 .:, i!T. i . "5
tvyr, m iHwir vmj Mcome a
KHw.ot rec(bie pawHteokers, in lewiin
i-oma at nurse interest 10 imiv iMvkti
and at critfeal Umef, whereby theyjacquiro
raw. pBHUOH power. UHC JtOOsKIUM
famiirk -OBDOS-d to t v-naUi In trrtr-i
hundred and Wy aa4 two hundred miMions
rfuollars. JWnkiiw w .ttotoriuusly'a pmiP
sahie basiftew in thbi eowtiry, Imt, m er
WfeverBat .ut orre: little sui
ktftljr, ami that twm the ?epl;;t;is smed
tM usurious drain to amam hum uulivHWl
ibrtanes. There is in th Unitt!' SiMm a
W- emirtsrtrie rfWribuMnn- bf wmkh tb-u
in twoe j-th -vcrsi-o wMi fw Mi-l
s alw tJian in auv eowUry eset
IIollAnd? tliat"nf Hrnil :KrTt!n tU' -
pattlnillltoik bIWa little lew tUnoar.
fUM,wu.Lf K.I : ; . .
r n-TOD-T- rrm -titbc- remiim amount
"MC tO Wa HMti4i dtsks.st vtir. ndttU'llinv
uwlrihojtaaHd f licr, peopl. are ik the
KKjr-iHHise. , a
cujus uoLusBAU mi v vtk iTmTLXKg..
AHti vh :wt' KXiereHv'kiMHWi..' we Wn
M'W-U-ll MUV -Mt-Wl--------l .P lkt. ' 1
.wwi vhv Bmr cmwOTii n nqs JiIBVtStsPnB Wd
wjhvw aRBaai iHouwe bu m hmu smta.
parLson to the best of the !Europeaii4 Alex
ander T. Stewart, a Bcqtchman, who
NftW "Vttt-lr in 1RW .i !.,,
$1,240. ia his poeket, ami who straigMway
commenced peddling Jtoskry. od
wares, seUing lacea by sample, and sooh aJkr
r-fttlae a- little- hole of if sfioe In : Va!d
Ih, & ?afliia Moet InsfiMrfee nchwt.
red estate Is Weweeit fiftr and sixiv ull.a
qi aoimri ana His, total ix-tvewioft aanaot
ee-Mss iHSfi ee HtHMtrett asM twenty Miliums
of dellaMl HTxn which. h .'loe iioC owe a.
.1-11 TT" ? . i .
bctweea five and six miUioa,.aitd the Met'
pronw oi ms iMKHness are ten miluotM aHH
ally. ire does, the faret Arr swmU ti
iu'.Ameriea; if! hc iin the woHd; hk iHwiaew;
inis .year asiHflwtur w 'a ltMlr aiitl tu
millioBA. while that of his nearest cosipeti-
tor, i. u. cto-in
1 s-w V' n
& Co ik Seventy-five mH-.
Stewart kalene-headed. hacd-fistnl.iiel&i-i
Irader. He has nq scruples of honor about
breaking down a weaker competitor, which
as ii ihj wiiuuut .legal jiennity. jiiw tor
tane is the'resnlt of 'a' -very "close appKcatioB
to bttsiness, sticking riaht te'Aa Mae of his
qwii commerce, and is a relentless eoaipetitof
with all rivals. Uv hw great moneyed cap-
tal ho can and has broken up tliousande of
yoanger and less aHuest men. He does a
cash business, buying and selling for eash.
He has, however, been , largely agisted by,
as lie has nourished and catered to tle van-
it" nf Aniorindn Anar.u ..
- J , ' w ... nt.ii -nvm, CV Aft
sowetimes'joeulsrly said, he is in conspiracy
to.ruin, their htw-anuV. He has ransacked
the. markets of the world for the rarest and
most, costly goods, and has made his store tho
emporium 'of the' continent. Yet this man.
with all hts vast wealth, is far from being
THE AFFLICTIONS OF WEALTH.
One of the. richest men in all the world js
one of the most miserable. There lian ex
aap!o hero itPTew York of a prominent.
busHiess mati who- k coutisnally driven by
jhis, affeirs so that he cannot take, even one
"day out of seven for rest, and not one !h a
year for . t-reitioit. Htf-ncvcr or rarely in
vites anyroad to TUne. with him,- and "it is
said his domestle relations ate dreadfolly in
fectious (though, this, la not pectdiar to mil
lionaires.) He is reported to have ofiercd
his wife half a million lately to consent to a
divorce, but she, with a cunning and an
avarieerworthy of her selfi4i whwsc. refuses.
hotHBir to outlive him. He has no heirs of
. his. own, hut hai several by stde-issu-s. He
allows his -wire a sntcnuiu home and ten
thousand a year for-pin money, and is build
ing anew palatial; mansion' on Fifth avenue,
to cost a million dollars!; while hc allows
one of his. iiiistreryes a house and five thou
sand dollars a year pin money. He is fear
ful of his personal safety, anil not Ionir om.
discovered a plan to abduct himw) as to ex
tort money from him by foreo. He never
gives anything to chanty, but sometimes
docs to polities.
The second wealthiest person in IVew
York is Oonifiodore Vanderbilt, whoso in
terests in stocks, real estate, shins, t'ts,
though fluctuating, is.cstimntcd at fifty mil
lions. Hc also is a shrewd speculator, of
Ilollandish descents His miscnipiilous
" comers" in tljo.stock market, liavc mado
him the dreaded lion of that thicket. The
Commodore gives but Jittlo to charity, and,
has but one. weakness, that is a fondness for
horse-fiesli, being ono of the wen who can'
spert-a-$oO,000 team on the Blooaiingdale
road. VYilliaw B. Astor is the next in
order. Ilis real estate is valued at thirty
five millions, most, of which was Inherited
froiii his father, John Jacob AK'or. He is
a noticeable example where a son, has in
herited the .aenuioitiyoncs- .of the father.
He k of the oW Jvmtier bocker desces-t He
has carefully hnvthanded hw inheritance. ,tml
is addiiHf toil for his heirs. He sees little
Sf society, (rives little to tka deservine
eharitics, ni thinks! other people shonld he
xi saving and thrifty of their pennies as he
the cheexyble brothers of new
In cou traH to tlHwc I am atad te he in4-Hiid
that lliere are- seme gentlemen of hwm
in New York who tliongk not .nearly so rich
.arc noted for their active sympathies with
'the poor. - Mr. 'Rpi-flbrd of tlie Srm of
Sj6ord, Tilesteu- & Co., years "ago gnve up
any attention to hk kwni-s., and devoted
.himself to private and !unheral4ed chrties;
It U safe to assume" tlt during the Hist
week when the entthw night wind were
piereing their ky timiU the eepett, Mr,
Spoffonl was huntimr the hwas and alley?.
tne orphans ana widows, the ragged scuoots,
'and distributing both foe!, food and clothing
out of his own fund to them. He haa dene
nothing else for yean, and that eontSnsly.
Mr. Minturn, of the firm of Grinoell, Min
um & Co., k another such; an example.
Though not giving hk personal attention te
swk matters, he never fails to respond to any
apbeal of distress. Whenever any great
ealMMiy, pestilence er aeeidsnt bcrWIls, he
w one of the. first to appropriate hk money
foc'ite relief; and not tmfreqaently has had.
thli utrango flatkfeetton ot ministering to
ttrt' wantri'of thflse whose ieek should rnrht-
folly have been supplied by hk richer ac-
Tliere k anctfctr Jlrm who, I have to say,
woald bli4t to have thevr -onrfictiww maife
kfMrwn, baiwhieh are fofelWr reeatted hr
tfcepieasefl. Every hotly , that eitarae
ine picture of ArcatHan liewrftrniec aad mm
shXoc of Dickens', in Kicfcoht Kiekleby, the
CWirrrWe Brethers, aad.whJhJ ihaakW A
antkx for stteh a; eowtoww-Uiive pliaswrifc
HMmed that it was, tee omJI t he real. I
Mad to hear that the frat ef F. S. Ja-Trav
&'oit, importers,, ' ' aJntest RvhnK exam'-
I of tho BOT-lSsiV fcT. They af ver
omi to eare
which comW wiihia their reach, and Miow
artite stearof hmiestimvcrtv with' wci.
ittMH and snpperC Proaper X. Wetsaore
k snolher friend of the' friojntlwi. Owfs
upon all wk'b ' Xar their aatt-
0-f J'BI'WW-'C t9f f-5Md. RW-R ttMnt&ti JRCA
! hlj ftssLxi slr -ILmMsl oJul ck7a
iiiMnif nnwH. iwreiixa. -mg pamiwa KjkiMy
MAksach easmpl-s etthe lj-s-ty of charity
lo redeem it from conilemnstfoii. True It m
thai' marh of thk mirwry JMMI, lNtfil 8&f
ferssg spriHfjM ejther sWtsi lBnor-nce or
vklMM pronenuituwc Ifct' k k 'atW aaiii and
saSdrifw. sutl astaet-U ts etsrhsarts aad ottr
jae of dty its rwlieve k, hi shed.a few rays
r at UaJ Uyn gm' tawl -Ifctl aaer
v w xww&wwfv flssim isr 4-- nwisj wmtm wv-a
thejlessen that man k act irhoWy deprevwl.
At lite Ser. H ear? Ward liMdter'c (
nt-eth) ehureh, in Hf-okra, tWaeg-iar aa-
noaf.nteHoa sew ef pew. was aeW on Wed
iHaf Tjbe s4e was wet! tlHif)d, aad the j
-Sinews, wry si'mtosL The iimt chotee I
Wi J-l M mV J-Cm 4 -'ttf
law!" ' The . ineem t te the ch
Lyrfe'.f pews iWtjyw'wa tMft
J deltat-r bat R' is issu rnaWv
iL.-.-'-i anvsii Tr A .
jytmcw .wBtfsssi svh assa mtrt
.A t.itf iK(4tti .mhiM
jwarew ssani weens afSs at rise Jioesungiiatu
(Ya.) Jftji-. Tha tMtr sliiaid the an
wi Meefehsg o this sect, tmi pMisiiI a
ort'ofwhlte swi'A. We copy
a jwtion f h ijirrative :
Aeewrdi to the. awsa ft sba Toakers
(OenvBeptiShi k tfa pner aasae of the
denoaHnaiion), the service at t-sir aancal
Twct'" T f1 to w""n,t 1 o'clock
r,. .T-T-niy . . ia ran tj, w,fonmt a
IseiBe. ero4Jf4y nnmUnL TW r.
wwck vw rawnmw.w Mpinpnate UiS
awsahr Jier; leaae JUag. Jtvwa followed
W-weral oehec aliatstaw.kr haef udraes.
Tiwsvk-m wew;cesiHriid Htil aAut 5
o'clock whea " inisraiai ifan'TMyHHinccL
In aboat;H kw e were eaSetl together
agaia by the " w of a-acin'' Goine
'into the chwch we fatsnJ- thallcrm nnd
sp-ctou. builling41ed tiktawst capadtv
by an- atteative amtiMMa. -raa-fcirtki of
ho were' Xi-v. 0'io-t-around
the congrcgatioawe could aothelp admiring
s-we iecHliaritie in the diWof these, in
wtneresyecte, pecaikr psarie. The ladies
were. alt. of thettt, attMMl ia ia nlaineet
style ot aiM in )I -eat vast artem
Irhvfjvnot.st "jekjreft'? or "waterfiUl"
ccinetiae an4 halaxiia-i vwt jnorhr.
The ladies wore no-hiei.ik itWal. a
neat huie cap made of heMitte. This
natforaiUv in tkeir keU'iia atlsad much
M M trfKn'T it rwrinijsjwn This
rwtiHu a w sar; uam tne ntfan or the
church retire oit Metahofsfka whewing
oCaU costly appoirel, jiwltv sic. J We could
not hat have sea, aiii-ttiy tir a yotmg
giaUeaia who W mmm. aaQ stock of
footk "on the- tpmd, M w eu-
liBsaa KhitA Aaa-ka-s- m A n !
jewelry. Alas hk wy .aWiteJ bow and
then, v come bay eh nap jewelry w still un
answered. But Trr ilWr-s.
The arraniMnunt M the ehasrek was such
that there, was a'tahie ataeatl between every
other bench, ok which, was soap, bread and
meat. Thkwa "the aisyp sr," aot. however,
as some suppose, eommwiott.e: the Jew
kh Passover, hot of the Ttat siqpMi. eaten by
theSaytocbefocelkk Wrayat IMc some
appreiiriate rewark by o t-W ministers,
two of -the bfedwen" aid a mmr "si-iers"1
came in with baMna ad, Wekhareparatory
j um ceremony ot stec vmhh." ine
preacher stated that the rttWaf Aetr church
was, to follow this c-s4m ,ta accordance
with the comm.-wid and example of Christ.
Accordingly, they proceeded with the cere
mony. Tho "brother" bearlaa- the baatn
Elacctl it' on the Moor In frct of the one to
is washed, wlien, haviac, (H rested himself
of hk shoe or boot ami ' stockW, hkriaht
foot was washed. The brother actinfr aa
cleaner, kissed the wanhed 1 mother and pass-
oi to tne next- i ne- one wnsY.te towel fol
loweil, wiping th foot dry,, and, like tho
other, salutiwr his brother with a kiss.
Thcao two performed the laher of wwluW,
perhaps, a dosen; two others' arose and tcolc
their places; and thti.i the ahsirnating was
ke'pt up until all the "broth sea" were washed.
The same service was coattMetest by the la
dies in the same manner ami at the same
The feet washing- throli. aL were seated.
when tho ceremonV of alw4-Ar with tho
kiss, of charity" was: jefio tVwbgh with.
This was very simple tall tiwiieJcd as fol
lows: The offidatinciiwMM- tmntedtohis
right, and taking hia rotW Vr the right
hand, said: "My dearly hekmi brother, I
now salute you with a feeiy Itlss." The
brother tlrna saluted then taraea. to throne
pn tho riglit and yaaaftlthe'n-H salatation
to htm. Thus it went rotHwl imttl the entire
brotherhood wer. salt"wlh a kiss. In
the mean. time the same cereatony was going
pn among the ladies, "
After the salutation, tne brethren and sis
ters partook of the weeer before them.
This, done, thanks were of&ed.to tho Lord
for hk bountiful ProviJene..
The sacniment of the XiOpd's SKspper was
tlicn administered. TheHiakter owciating
jiassed the bread t" the Woiher on. the right,
saying : "itj dearly beloved -tosher, this
Is the cotnmuniou of ihc brokc body of our
Lord Jcsns Christ." The brother receiving
it then broke ajpTcce and passed it to his
right hand broth er, asiag the same Iangaaae.
Thus the bread was pssjnd raw the entire
brotherhcod. Tho' JadtiM reeeirt theirs
from the haniLf of a'aw'nfeew. The wine
Wza passed round in a simih-r wanner, the
brethren, at they passed the cvp, saying :
"My dearly beloved brother this is the com
munion of tho bloci of our Lord Jesti
Wc were struck by the liberal hospitality
exhibited by the brethren, when one of
them got upj and by tho authority of tho
brethren, said that the people present were
invited to go to any Tunkcr hewo In the
neighborhood, where ther wottM bo wel
come, and their horses and thetneelres prop
erly cared fur.
It was also announced (list breakfast
would be provided at the chtiech for all who
might he ilispoaed to partake ef it.
A. refreshing sleep fowtd. tt ia gooI trim
to enter upon the dtttieH of the second day.
Arriving at the church, we fottrni &c "breth
ren ami friends" at breahsVt. Jfewever, It
was not long before we", were pearidetl with
places at the table, where we snjeysd a cup
of good cotfec, attended with nieehrend, but
ter, and apple-butter. Ag :we ueisally do In
snch cawa, we discharged wtr" duty faith
follv at breakfast.
lSot long after brcakJwst, rt'tgtsen services
were resumed, and were cuetWM imtil VZ
o'clock. They conkktesl'or-iihigfcig, prayer,
jweaching, and slwrt cxIiwiUwiiUaX Ataoon
the meeting closed.
We have thus very hristV riltr l the
mode of worship of the Ttwher Caareh, m
it was impressed upon ew isshuL We
m!jht sti here, Imt we eawwstwtValn from
sayiag, thai aMtofegh peeMiiw'te. atauy re
speetx ia (Mr fona f tUatasBtb jet in the
.fc.i --.j . l ' L"61 li hn
i t,. Mn wwb nw w-t
iakea a? an exawje W :'tm' swthten of
other deaM-iaatkHis. FrwH the ssia-ience-Mcnt
aatil the cleee of tint 'so-tw, every
countenance indicated a fceM. of solem
:iity and scriousneMi. . Ifet a wtper was
gasing ahmit, htst, all eyea- ttawti oi the
proachsr when gpsah-ng. ( Mnaing in
and sat ihtring the ssmee.- The mort. per
fect order was aniiituhtod alt flM lltaa. JLet
ft be heme in mmd' thai tfcare were near !
fcar hunJrod eomwiiiwlsa-i-i
HrM.hs oh Mte "Wfceet A reuoli Bar.
VjIjuum JJa tkT 8iUBLi
snHwili jfWVW JHtrBVVVfVTlf
Her. k a h-j eiear deiietiptkin of the
.hawii eaoow-ion of a criminal, by Weak
.lag on the wheel, from a toar ia France,
aw-ei 1773, byaa ijtgikh AeMra(8ir
" I saw fear men broke en ttWwhitt for
murder, in the Faubttrr St. Aatenk. A
seasfclil waerecte-.sut Um foet Wait, with
a wheel, something like a fee wash wheel,
at each corner, btifwksioat MWng NtmtJ.
The aasufpey -rreeh We; ufatul at 4
e'eloek, ami an amMig aetiitoinse of people
to see the egpwtti.n, t it
wsa seven before they appeaietl. They were
m foot, d walked very t4owry, rarrmwel
hy she jftft with ttatkknm4 asm! baronet;
mm .aoeirtiancr andhk TaktaW-adcif them.
JUe was dresoed in a bagsweed ami laeet hat,
aad was the first who Mounted1 the seal-Id,
taking off his hat aad s weed aad lay ine them
fm one side; One of the its miieahi foHewed.
aeeompeaiiil by a fri-r, whasrsspisil, peayetl
with, and comWed him. Tka taeentinn
er's maa thn B-cendedT the IsHsri Wiaglag
with him something like a1 Mtefc1 wraed
p in green cloth. The, peer, wiaitilt betag
.jiiftstud, thefrkr rctkid, ami ,- twe x
eciKwwiew began stripping aim of at! hk
ckAkm hat his drawers; amtr wjtiek they
assisted ha placing Mm m w pieeec of
ymiOt a St. AiMSmV.eeas.whirk lay
hsri-ootally ea the "itft-,-am-to w&ich
mey saww-n aim. xm msi-.ain ir tisea
vw oat of the areen oaae a ist, Una itm
har, seemingly -boat mi mek WeiA aad a
half long. On hk being Asians- the friar
ag-tw eamewp said kimW down at has head
feratsMtrtwo wmeliiiy,lW.-.wadi he tie-
BflBat-l aJL-, tJ 'Tit sLll -- -
HVtwif- Jk "Wwieimp lWsmit
aw apy waiched. It w.vi iaipowaMii for oms
fh-Mgaot to he treaiblingiy wjwj'jwt ik.
JVR(dilPmf tf AC94Nlf J Ut iwQ4NP-a)Sfe4-' fflj
1 Y44tvft flWf JfcH-C 99ffiN-Mt t9vtWVPVflt sSb
anr.siiasne-t--X. gave tmp,mtic
,of lli,har iu-m jhk left arm
)Bb?y,ty. M kA -kh
HSr ""'"u" '''f 't
Thaesap froes was tiunasl-l jflsui .ijLJ.
mTl Hrir --i- -a - i'
..mm , i m wv Pjst me, ear
ttpen Mbe Is ta wsi t9 It issmmatmW 4k-
SMatlitt amt t-am, k-sp-mf)at7,
, -Tim Mk-r trnt w(.atjnf in Um i
S-Htfi, when Meokuded by lee.
JtfJ(rtfe-ft S-.'IsVIfl'pf itr H(r49a