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(Lute Bnnde Sareeon. D. S. A.)
OCUMST AKT AlJRIST,
Office for trMtmcst of M Dkeae of the Eye
mlEar. operetloM for Sqwintin?, Cataract, ect,
in UiU day diwolved by mutual consent. Mr.
brown rcUres from the buainMS; Mr. Callender,
in MnMt An TTixn minow "
Jlnne the Kcal Estate buini at ine oia uuia
W llravn Jc Co.. -II linenr f uttu.
W MATT. 10WIf, -. .
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CALLENDER- 4 GARRETT,
f SucycMip, to W. Matt. B bo wk i Co..)
Real JSHtato AerciitH,
J V Ml' CheriT Street,
j-A J. " --
IPTt T",t.1. tti.ir'nmoinf n.irntlAn 1(1 lhcllclIiBr
ana rennnr 01 ctcij- uocniiuva
,T. 11. W. BROWN,
31 UNION STREET,
X A ,H.V I IiIC, . ,T E X X .
8ALR THE FOLLOWING
J mnnt dfnirnbln Heal TXnte:
l.t Tl, RlITI.KDtlR I'ROI'ERTV.on C'nl ere
Hill. A few of thefo bcatlfnl lot are offered.
fronttnn tho Lbaon Pike. Market, utrect and J
.1.. ( n anil tn I,rllM la Will fTfitt FOOll tin
KnueiMO itreet. ar umiewin Fireeu mo uc-
nroTeincntK, and thereby enhance tho Tflluo of the
tf&fc 1? in 'HOUN-ADDITION
. BRYAN'S ADDITION to.Edee field,
few desirable loU or ale In thu beautiful
tion, on Toiler itreet nd Trentlln Avcnne,
A few desirable lot or ale In thU beantifu!
S5 Union street.
SALE- OF CITY PROPERTY
(EXEMPT FROM TAXATION,)
w wri.T. ci'T.T. AT AT!rrr)V. THAT VAL-
1 nProperty. (formerly, oceiiriedi the
ut1de of Front itreet, orcntjMwo rcet Wat of
llrootl. KaliJ property ironw one nnnurou nun
tltty-one feet u Inched on Front itreet. and rnnj
liaek ene hundrrd and forty-one feet to the wharf.
Hie wliarl mo enure wiuiu ui iuu (.n.tnj, n..
i. : . ti rnnitA Irtw-trafr mark.
Thin property l admirably located for inannfiie
turini. and 1 by far tho boit itc in the city for
It has been divided into lx lot fire of them
twenty-Bvo, feet, and one wenty-Mx feet fix : in j
TKKMS-One-fourth eah: balanco In ix,
twelve and elirhiccn tnonth. without interest.
Partiee wWthw anr furlher lRformation ln'r"-'
Kard toittld(property. will plcano call upon the-
M "jiSS5Dh5l ftu-fl." vnfc&it aV
Sam. Riddlcburscr will dlfpeiyse the creature
comfort on iheocearion. vttt-' "
' R. C. McNAIR. ,
At Cmnmerelal Ineumnco Office, Rank or Union.
TOM CRUNK. Auctioneer. Janl2-td
VALUABLE PAEM FOR SALE.
'rPHE BEAUTIFUL FARM LYING oYtHE
1 Gallatin Pike, 3Ji mile from the city, con
talnlne W acres of superior land, olecant nnd
...miii .ltrllttir. with nil ncccfuary nut-
bulldlnn. household and kitchen furniture, MockfJ
Klastation utcniilvctc.! a nevcrrfalUiiK.ipriatf, J
Hoe prlnir houre, and orchard orcaretully selected
rrC'- AI),ERS0N..,jiKNS0NVV iSMITH.
Narewom to rani F.Tavcl,
II II T. TR It S .
B'liVk Bsk M HHfactHrers,
"AXrOilLD reopeclfuUy anno inc to tho imblle,
Y 'WMlwpDCiallr to the'olnccri f Countjo.
CoilrU. RtUrowU, iJWIraBC CWMrie
AcM'that they are prepared to make, on liort no
tloe, sod of tie let raktcriali, all kind of
Or any iro or fhaie, Rule.1 to any pattern delred.
Wo keep contntly cn hand a lareo Bwortment n
BLANK PAPER. r tho bct make, and aro daily
tarrcailnc our facilities for doins work.
In Irfre r KmAlI QHRMtUlc.
llivlara Ion ejperteneolnMaltUliooUfor
different.CourUln tho State, wo have pattere for
tunny of the Dockets and. other Books rcawally
U'wo are al prepared U Wnd alt kinds or
HBHUN. XAGAZINHN, MITKIC, .Ifc,
In the beet ,t le, and WeWt notice.
(Uh'kjh & AcrHM Block,)
s 'Cherry Slrcet, tJp Slain,
1KRS0NS wlshln Rulldinir L.aw ean;have
tthcir orders fille.1 by learln them' With we
' - - AT
jri rr, v .ckxtr . -;r
B. S, HAMII.TONi
o. 25 Church street!.
Y. C. GOLMEB.
WJtOUCHAtS 1VT ITAIL"BBAttBt!r
SCHOOL ROOKS, BLANK BOOKS. OOLD AND
jjjSTKKLI'KNS. T XJ
Arnold's Writ Ihe fluid Copying; IhU,
We44ic VbtlMK and Printer's Cards.
"Ad the Latel,LLeratire of the Day.
AtO. ;7 UXIOX STREET,
(Kstweea Cherry and Colleo, v
Ordirs folleUoJ for every description of Pristine.
-viriltSU'V an lumlt nun
County Whisky for aU. by the caHoa or
COVE 0Y8TKRS. Sdles. PitUet. Mustard,
Brandy Fruits, Catsups, etc
OCOTCH ALR-3sWie44trf J.Wkr
IV . Willlnl Saateh Ale. Abo a
larra lot ti Yiww i Co.'s KdWswrAle. io hoK-
C INDIES, Sa4 and
bK ttWttk. etc
Bttttw Craciwa, Cracl-
OUNDRIpv-JfijU,' M (V4.JUf.e. Wrafis
U rayar. sjsiimw. aw, -
ftBr (Sje bw
essl ritsjgsspa te lJlx,l
At Manufacturers Prices,- .
i.' if. 1 ,' i. :
Witk FrciRht Added.
Tho beft Two and Four llono
Lc'rcr Powcra and Threshers :
The bcat'OntfaridTwo hone Railway A ,
The bct Reaping and ' . , '..
' . Mowing Machines
.'.,. mU.i .4&d4mS
SATTLT OAXG PLOWS:
CirouUrs mailed to any oddren. or.to.bo had oni
No. 2 Faille i&iure'. NahHHe.,TBnese.'t
NO. 'COLLEGE TRHDT,
SIGN OF TIIE BIG PADLOCK
AVE ON HAND AND ARE RECEIVING
larjo ami complete stoeK-oi linglun, ucr
ndAmerioan HARDWARE. ' J '
man, and .
Whloli wo aro aolllne at reasonable jprioOi.J Tho
itock comisU iu parf of , , ,' .; t.
FfNK IXL POCKET CUTLERY.' M -sf :
200 GROSS TARLE CUTLERY. ' i
a DOZ. KNOB LOCKS, aMortodJ' ' H f
in .In TIAXn AND RIPPING SAWS '
300 de ASSORTED AUGERS. ...
25 do FOOTADZE, , f Jj ff
2000 lb. H50KS AND HINGES, rorlcd,f12,to
1000 lbif. 'Ji DOIL CHTAIN, '
1000 " BLACKSMITH'S HAMMERS.'ailV.ridj:
25 WRIGHT'S ANVILS,
100 CROSS-CUT SAWS, 4 tb VA ficti
CO MILL SAW3, tX to 8 foct ;l
v FILES, 5 ".S '
" ' ;HATCHETS, i
RAZORS. . '
SHEARS..., . , - -
TfV'niPS or.il PI.'ATES'
TEA and TABLE SP00N8,
PRKHHI H KTKEI.
Tlioso.vtlshlnS topurchaeimour' line will do
woll to ciro u a call before buyinr.
sa.h. vaxm:er, t CO.
TiiEsr.coxn xatioxal baxk,
, OF, NASIiyiLLE, . .
College Street, near Union,
Dcsienated Depositary nnd Financial Atrcnt of the
. -1 i - United States, - '
Is prepared to tramact a reeular Rankms busi
ness, and furaisbjExcbanse on '!
NEW 'ORLEAN8, . 7
Government Securities. Gold and Silver, bought
and sold on commission. '
John lisxscxx, i-rcsiiioni. ,
j W. J. Tbomis, Cash'r. .. ; ,v (
fdocl-lm. ." ' r 1
or . ; ' o"
N A S H VI L E E, T E NVjJ e'
. KtocUhol cm. i-Ithii
W. W. Bkbrt. M. Bcbxs. .. .
JoltM KlKKUiK. JOS. WALLIK., gSJ
D. WtAVIR, F.DOAB JjlSKS. . J(
Das'i. F. Cartkr. A. J. Dcscax. r aa 1
H.ALCXANPCII FAtU CKAS. 1 UltlMAX," 7f
Eduu.vu CoorF.it. " ..
. , j ' th -3
... vto' 'X.
Tills Bank occupies the bulldlnir formerly occu
pied by Iho Planters' Bank, corner o.Unton ami
Collete streets, and is prepared to buy arid sell
OM, and Silrrr.Drttf: U, S. Sefuritti'; and Stale
Jtondi, Colltrt Xolt; Irtf: fljio,.efe in. all
parts or the United Statis..
O.ao BohcIsi and 7-ab Treasury Notes al
ways on hand, aad for sale. Gold Cnoidn cashed
and compound interest Notes bought at tho high
est rate. EDGAR JONES" Cashier.
W,'. BERRY, Preeldeat.
GROCERIES, PRODUCE &c
IT It 23
ON HAND A GOOD ASSORT-
Consittlne in part of : i - 9--u
6jreC, . .
: j- . . .-
Whleh we will dispose of at private sale for fair
prices. -, , ;
We have also for sale 1000 burets' of prime
hear- Oats, which we wish to tloso out' at one
MIL W.M. PR1CHARD lour and favorably
known to this community has taken quarter with
ui, ami win do pieasea to see nis atd frumr a
lecU-Hf South Urn rtrn -1
Wm. H. Barksdile,
Attorney nt Zaw, ,
-WILL PRACTICR Jtf THIS AND ADJOIN
1 1, lac eovnties. Prompt UiUic4 rHI be sHven
U all business eotnutcd to himT
ATTORNEY AT If AW,
Ojoo, OIony Htvocvt,
' t WIM im I BX ii B FORWARBISqV
WO. 7 BROAD STREET,
(Xear the River, )
XAHUYXXXE. s : :
11 'BSPECTFU'LLY BEG TO ANNOUNCE TO'
J,V the Trade that they are now -Teeeivine and
will h vi. in store nnaHftholflj-cest and most com-
Pleto lotaof GreeerieatoSwed In thU market far,:
booms rear vast. The Goods wero boutht by on
of our am in person in Baltimore and New i ork,
nnd were selected mccially for this market. The
following comprise a part of the etock :
300 sacks Baltimore Bio Co flee;
40 liosnlieada Ilrown Surar;
i s 10O.JarrekhV:Ceffe&BBear; 3
50, barrels B Coffee ugar; -
! ,60-barrel 0 C&ffiec Sugar;
&0'bsrrek Crushed bagar; '
500 barrels Flour, of,all
t 1000 snrka Bran: J
2000 barrels Salt: !
20 barrels' Molaseos; .
. 10 barrcLiTineir;.'
25 barrel. Robertson County' AVhuiky;
J 2o barrels.Bourbon "Whisky;
5 barrels Holland Gin;
' 4 cask of Brandy; , ;.
100 barrels and half barrels' 'Mackerel;
J IUU K1U) JUiWXIUU ...
100 boxes Cheese; . "
50 boxes) I and!J'boxcs Raisins;
15 barrels Almonds;
15'barrels"Eilbert8; ' '
50 drunulligsjf - ,
50 ' cases ;assorted ,PickIes,".aiiart. and. pint;.
J . . . ....
' 200 boxes, J and boxes Candles;
100 bxs variousbrandsSoap,j)lain andfancv;
j 50 boxes assorted Candles;
i 10 lxixes Brand v Cherries:
200 rkegs. Naik, aagortedj 1 y
50, down Paintei Buckel; J
20"dozen Tubs iiiTfesfe;
15 casks Soda;
100' boxes Chewing Tobacco, all grades;;
20 cases Smoking lobacco; ' ' - -50
25 dozen ashbpards;, -.
3U Kegs rojruer; t .! e ' J c
25 bags Pepper;
25 bags bpicc;
11 casks Madder;
100 boxes Mustard 0 & H J
JilAGGlXG, KOPB AXD TWIXF-ll i
This stock is offered to the Trade only, at small
profits. Wc arc determined to sell as cheap as tho
same articles can be had for In Louisville or Cin
cinnati, for '"-a - '
Havine nthpts storacoiTOOtnAro invite consign
ments of Cotton and all 'kind of Produce. We
will take in exchange
liRIED AI'PI.rs AXD peaches, -TEATIIEPS,
GIXKEXG AXD WOOIi,
And will allow IJio'hishesfinar kef prices.
DRUGS & MEDICINES
S T O M!
EOIIBES, i&r, STEPHENS, f
; nvSvrf't -fcH I 1-1" -3."' ' 1
AND fc- ML4.
CorncriCollegc RHtlUiiioH Sts.;'
' . K O SI X
wiciiinr.t.piTinwV'j - v. . t
jxiA a w siimu) a. "
,. 1 - f if-; .- MS .lih-l-
"Ve have just received from NcwYork
lac addition 'fcfour former
assortment, and would call the attention of
tho public to tho large! and most complete
PURE AND FRESH DRUGS
Ever brought to this city.
300 lbs Blue Stone,
T " ww t
5 gross Drakes' Plantation Bitters,
lft.rrMlIWtetter's .. Bitters.'
S gross Roback's Bitters,
15 gross McLano's Vprwifis",
10 gross Fahawtuek's iVwBlifuge.g sj
gross Jaynes Kxpoctorant,
5 gross Aycr's Cherry Pectoral,
- 40 barrels Coal Oil.
10 bsmils (Yajtusfe.. awertbd.: i
10 b.4s iltfeP?.
A large Stock of
Fine Wines and liquors.
A very large stock of
n.t.n ZJLm rrnwlli et
1 v5 D iJ.
20,000 Paie assorted Seed,? - 11
10 bbU Onion Selta
All pf wfcid ia tffJa&eTaie and tb
Fcdiic geera.lly at the very lewe fT'fl
Cer. CoHfo aad Uat sM.
U. ,- ,!
R. P. JENKINS t CO,,.
- I -.
DR. TOM W33
32 Market St., opposite Union.
T ESPECTFULLY INFORM THE OLD PAT
SSi rons of Dr. WELLS and tho pnblio generally,
that his successors will do all in their' power,, by
dMliirent attcntionrto business.' to lilerit a cofitinu-
nhpeafthe Doctor's f.rmrlrce:ujiil extessiro-
lThc;t will keep constantly on hand , -
DRC DRUGS, AXD CHEMICAtSj
, '. , ; ussEXTi.it. oii-s,
MUD, ICIXAl tiaCOItS,
I - - .
Powers and Weightman's Celebrated Chemicals,
iilus Mass. Sulnuato Uuinine. feulnbato Mornnu.1
Iodine, Iodide Potash, Chloride of Gold, Ether,
ctc.ctc.fc c .ItttMRM
'Our'PharBiaeaial nrenarationsl areTsaeh: as
Tinctures, Kxtraets Srrups.' Corate? Oinfmeht
PlastersUetcVare lnodoiiii-strict accordance with
tho revised fbarmacopia.
Such as Pills, Ointments. Diarrhoea Cordials,
Ague Tonics, Alteratives,. Invigorating Cordials,
lougu .ueuicincs, anu in ijici an 4uo
Of the day. Finest articles; bfPcrrumery, Fancy
and Toilet articles of every description, fancy
perfumed Soaps, Hair Oils, Hair Restoratives,
'r.....i. r..i. rnAni. i),.t.Aa n nt:MiAu!M
1WU1.1 II U9UG3. AUU.ll ..,11.-11 1.1, ntlll 1, 1 . ... k.L.LJ 1.1
this line pertainingto the Toilet m j j .j J
Botanic & Ecleplig Medicines,
Such ns,.Frcsh 'Roots and Herbs, of all kindsr
Tildcn's andB. Keith's Alkaloid aadRcsii&id, and
tueir conceritratcd iixtracts
Trusses! Trusses!! Trusses!!!
V . 1
..;'. ' I I
.For the million, of every fizo and variety.
leiital ttSurjjial 'Instriiikicnts,
Accurately filled, at all hours of the day and night.
Spices, .Dj'.c, Stufls,rPaints, . r
Allspice, Pepper.) Cinn.imdn, Clove?, iNutmegs,
iiacc, .Musuiru, AromaiuLcecus. '.uauuer, Span
ish Indiiro, Logwood, Copperas Blue Stone, Mu
riate of Tin, Cudbear, etc. Window Glass. SxlO
to 40x00 superior quality. Whito Lead, Mixed
Paints, ready for use; Linseed Oil, Turpentine
Coal Oil ; Lamps of every variety, nnd largo sup
ply, at low rates.
Landi'eth's Garden SeBd,'
'Just received, a. very largo supply,
lot of Gras Seed.
j . see a; i 3 j : i
KOllERT P7JEXKIXS. ProlcriotiORut and
and Pbarmccist, at tho Old Stand of If. b. Ibatoh
er now of tho firm of R. P. J. 1c Co., -would in
form the Physicians of Nashville, and surround
ing country, that it is ouraim to supply every
want 6fthe Practitioner, m the -linear his' pro-1
fesiion, and will spare no pains to accomplish that
ami itiif;ictfirilr. He wdl bo much Dleascd to.oo
anr of the Facuitrt who will honor: oar etablish-
(mnt with a visit," "
Ho hopes by constant attention to business to
merit a maro or patronage, assuring inejn tnai
their favors will bo prepared with fidelity, of the
purest materials, and by himsolf personally, or an
a rroatcsu variotr.
ATArTlhlnir mm nr within-tha-Urcir lisslccas.r
Giro us a call and we wiirgiiarantcc satisfae
. All ordsrs entrusted to
promptness and accuracy.
our care filled with
: 4 vls,
R. P. JEXKIAS, at CO.,
i 32 Market St., opposito Union,
i ' 1 NASHVILLE. TENN;
SIGN OF THE XAX AXD MORTAR.
RjanSSw ' ......
- ,1, .V.I
MUSIC, PIANOS &c.
fPHIS OLD -ESTABLISHMENT DEALSJIN
IfPianoi ofStciBjniT'andSoBS. J.B.'Danham.
iflt.. XT . 1 "tr.ii.t. t.. nnrf tlir firat .
I ; CHURCH AND PARLOR ORGANS.
Also, SHEET MUSIC, and t t .
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE GENERALLY.
Give it a call before you purchase.
Vl S. Hayo just added to the above list of
Piano-Makers, - ,i. .j.,..
4 ; CAIXENDERG Jk YAIJPEf- . r
Call aad oxawiae. dec29-lin''
PIANOS P TOTOS1!
, mm & HAMLis .
-yjOV WILL FIND .THK 'BBSTa ASSORT
JL ment in tho city at Lusk's New Musie. Store
on 1 '
OnDMsta Si. Closd Hotel.
Also SieetMosic, aad
MusiealJsstrumBte.of all kinds:
fciotB. o ssrc to call
before uurehasitur elsewhere. -
4 Pjanps toned by Mr. Jackson, it
' v w W- W
s HHlMiMi.cuorcl) Mrect,
. e 4
OTiiTirvvl llIT "."Stf
.1 JI.4 TI .V. i'jX'j VUAS(.
flMIE OFFICE OF THE PEWANEE COAL
A. Ageaey is now rewoved to No. '33 Chureh
street, a few doors betew the Pt 0e. . '
Orders (or Coal. wHl bo pfowptlr SUad at 49
eentt er bushel. L. STONKS. Agent.
jaa- ft t. toward -gbACo.
:r NEW BJlrCOX.
H.Tie XTLi, .'-'If
' 'Xrlr I rtoriTT r-v iurcSB s. nai
EA VJNGCASBOCLATED .THEMSBLfVES' &2C
the above basinesi), respectfully tender their
services to their old friettdeMend tho public gener
ally, in tne rurcnase, nuo anu ixenange
ioGicaiover.'tt''; T. R:ryiijBofe Store, Publio
, , BUSHUpD R. JOHNSON,
RcarEstaicaHtf Claim nt,
P. O. Box 277, . tXashville, Tciln.
T juuijijBurivfl ui wuiTAiaia acamst me
United States, and procure Bounty, Back Pay,
I'cnsion.tiv JUave awpeckted himself with an
able acinlluentiar lina .in Washington-City
be offers. rare inducements to those who have
claims of any description against tho Government
of the United.. States. .Government Vouchers
Bouiht or Collotod.t t llsf n" f lii i i
.'Special attention given to all business pertaining
to a Heal .bstatcanu uencral Agency,
!.' It. TABSAR,
AEEINGTON & PAEEAE,
.yrrs-, s?f t f-. i;
XO. CS PUBLIC SQ.1TARE,
,NEXf)00R NjqSjTHijq CTT HOTEL,,
T. B. CHILDRESS,
Xo. 3135'fortli Cll!s:c. Street,
", ! " " ' troxa" 'room;' ' .
""ifUp Stairs;) over1 2d National Bank.
'dec2l-lra. ' NASHVILLE, TENN
J7URST-IA. RACTOF LAND, CONTAINING
. 37 acres, in tho Seventh District, Davidson
county, about o miles irom A.isnviue. uniy a
part ofi tho tractwlll besoldiif, desired:, )fy .
Second A tract bf Und containing' r.2acrcs, in
District No. 13, about'2J miles from tho city, on
the Cumberland river.' On tho placoiis "a Cao
young apple orchard.
Third A housa atd.'l!SttdnNerth"Bummcr iU,
being second door north of Gay street, and 35 by
laoieet., Ihe.'house'.has.fouror. fivesroomainit,
' IFourUi A"n 'unimproved lot adjoining the' iast
,i ' i v. :.,.. c..m
.U1CU11UUVU 1UI, ' .1 IUSUUI 111 .I'll., iiuuuu, w.l 1,11111
-mer street, feet by lffl feet deep.
jiiltli A lot on. tne nonn siue oi uay, sireoi,
wi.gtnrRummffristroet;C0bvl20.fecL)P' . "
Sixth An-nnimnrovcd lot.on Crawford streets
..T.lL..!.l. V 1 C. n.,nH. Ifll. etMna 'Jl
U i 11 BIUU, UVlHl.i:U U 11 111 111 uuu J 1 1 H " 1VUM w
Rnrpnth A lot Inn lower Water street, adjoin
ing Flynn's lot on the north side, and being 23, by
104 feet. , "
" Kiffbth-riirea lots in Wetmoro's- Addition to
Jidsoficld, adjoining the south sido of Robt. Stew
art's property. and beingcach 50 by lSO,fect.
-Vfnlk A trtf in Vntelnn Ttva' AdilWinn .n
Nashville, on tho north side of tho N. Sc. C. Rail
road, and being 81 by 135' feet.
' nvn.li A lot nhout 200 feet west of tho Nash
ville and'Franklin Tampike road, on tho road or
street running weslwardly, and dividing the old
l.unatio Asylum irom tne pr9ieny Known as ino
BCrA7pply,to T. B. CHILDRESS,
At his law bnTqc., No. SVA North College street.
near Union,' over Second National Bank.
JoIibsohvIIIc, CUroninl St. IiOnls
Daily Line of Packets.
"DUNNING IN CONNECTION WITH THE
JLX Nasvillo nnd Northwestern, Nashville and
Chattanooga, and Tennessee and Alabama Rail
roads. A. FIRST CLISS PASSENGER STEAMER
Leaves Johnsonville for St. Louis, Cairo, and
Faducah every day on tho arrival of the cars.
rnnniweint; at I'.-ulucall with tho Ulucinnati 1'ftCK-
ets. at Cairo with the Illinois Central Railroad
tho Memnhis Packet Company, and Atlantic and
Mississip Steamship Company and at St, Louis
with all tho, Railroads and Ujper Mississippi
Ports. , f
OHice corner of cliurcli nml S.ii.imcr
SIreetH, opposite St. Cloud Hotel.
Ja2, 'CO tr
XASITVIIXE &. CIXCIXXATI
JAMES S. WISE, Sup't.
ONE OF THE FINE PASSENGER STKAM
KRS, ROIVEXA, REltlX'CA, E3I3LV
I f X Ur Ul,IAl.n, .11.1 IV.IU KMUIJII.
every' TUESDAY and FRIDAY, and Ciuclnnall
every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY. .
AH claims against tho nbovo Company will be
adjusted on presentation, by , ,. , -vj ,
A. A. ortlxunti vo., opcciai Ageuw,
janl38m ' 'Corner Church and College sts.
ERONTING ON CHURCH STREET. IN THE
Ustos and Americax Block, a Room'adBilr-r;
ably suited for an Office ormall Retail Business.
Apply at tno uiunung ivoom oi mo, u.mu. uu
AUBEI04JI.' ! 'jan4-tf.
FOB REXn i '
TWO VERY LARGE ROOMS IN THE
Fourth Storyjpf jtho,llKiox axd Ahkrican
ilLnCC, well auapioa to maur puriu:t. nvvw
. i i nriL:. .ffi..
at toe oounuug-ro.uu-1 u "-"'"v
F. C. DUNN1NGT0N A: CO.
A1E, PORTER, POTATOES,
. ORAIX,;ctc. ,"
For Sale atjJRrimo Costs.
HAVE ON HAND
200 barrels heeling- Alo,
50 " " Porter,
20 " bottled - ' t
1000 bushels heavy Illinois Oats,
iftno bushels Irish Potatoes:
Which wo will disbose of at .Cost, to e!6so con
signments. .rTT. vArt'ivn
UUUSUAUU iX llUI.HAilU.
jiinlfi-lw. ' " '
JDK. JOHN D. VINST0iN,
Residence and Office,
JTO. 22 "HIGH STREET,
TWO DC-OBS 6BTIt OF UNION
DAWES IMPROVED ERASIVE SOAP.
Rest Soap inadc in the United
5,Send your Orders to
M AN 0 P A CTURERS,
Wo. 0, ClfurcK Street,
dee 21 d3tn
,ci4ars & TOBACCO,
1 . fines' vh m.
ill H EBN E. Kas 1 ub Usdy.-lliMr. Wcc4rB
XJ Reserve a4Pie Apft..TsASr reeeived
per st wm erJ.fi. Uuasare,
;4S1T JW URRBBUiaCM.
; An inquisitive correspondent of, Ufa New
Terk JTeraldksa just succeeded iaBsiag
out a small colony of Jata Confederate offi
cers of high rank, who have estaM
themselves near Cordova, in M"eViev aWst
ttrleen miles frm, the road wlueh Iead4 froa
Vera Crus to tlie City of Mexico.
General Sterlfng Price is at the id of
tiis colony, and they have cowmeraedf, the!
building of a city, to "bo called Carlo'tti, in:
compliment ,to the wife, of Maximilian.
VVe make the following extracts froat tpe;
letter in the Herald:
A quarter of an hour after mv companion
landed me in'afront of a straw-roefca, lbvr
built, massive cottage,, .the outside.of ttliirii,
liad not yet been plastered, and which was
iar iruiu oemg iinisuea insiae. "Here m
General Price's Iinnsp" aoiil Iha rtv.
"but as it is not finished yet, he still life!
under his tent, which he has pitched nnder
ine orange grove yonucr.
On my way thither I saw a 'lot of (Mexi
cans who were engaged in moulding ad
drying up to the sun large, brick'; about
half a yard square, and which appeared! to'
be as hard as stones. The clay need in the
manufacturing of this building material h
mixed up with a kind of vegetable hair?
wmcn maKesit Jignter-asd stronger. Wkea1
your bricks are dry all you ha've, tb d6 'U"ia
pile them updone upon the otjier, 'by. ineanB
of a hard cement which is made ill the.
j country, and to cover up your- structure
with a. peculiar kmd.of long and thick straw.
strongcr-and lighter than shingle". If you
a.dd to thla'a little plastering outside, and a
little stucco inside, vou have as comfortable
and nice a cottage as you may .desire. These
nouses nave not tne palatial snlendor-of the
.haciendas, but for a small family thav- do'
just as well. I know MexicanSiWhp prefer
this style of building to stone houses; If
tlieyarc not so durable, they are, irr com
pensation. dryer and healthier. When our,
coiony win aiL do congregated on. tliis'spot,
!we will have as nice a little citv'as anv in
the South or DrNcw Eneland.
jvu mesc details were given to aie by the
one-legged Confederate, who was amuse'd. at
,. ......: j.i!v.j..i . . . .
w nuiuiwc, unu uciimiKu 10 ee me more
attentiyejhan I had been since our acquain-
As I approached GericralL'rice's tent,(tho
entrance .ofpvh'ick was open, I saw the wld
warrior seated.at.a .table,, his ,head resting
on oneoi tus iianasm a contemplative atti
tude, as a man highly interested m hw' writ
ing or reading. Sso sooner had I presented
myself to his sichf than lie was on his Feat!
and. stretchimr his:riili hand tn me. Raid inr
uh i.-n anu, laminar manner.:.
"AhLniy dear' fellow; 1 am 'glad to sec
ybu; From St, Jjouis, T sup)oee? JlpVf
nr nnr fplnnila nf linmtv? . All wall T linns?
T" wm ...s,.swMv ssumivj j.AwA TV UUj'V
Are you coming here to settle and be one of
1187 ' , - - r. -.ft -
These aucstions wore nddressed lain all
in a breath, and as"if tho General had been
anxious to, hear them answered, at once. I
tried to satisfy Lira as rapidly as I could :
but when' I, declined- joining him orfik
colony he'madd a iresturt! of imnatienee. and
seemed to be 'disappointed.
"Well," said he,"I am sorry to hear you'
iciusv iu iKxziiua uiitr 01 ,us, on niy own
accounti aa well-?au on yours. I do not be
lieve that ajnan of mature years, like you.
can do better than to settln dnivn in tb
midst' of this, magnificent country ami turn
larmer.. x Jiave? oeen Jiere' lour or nve.
months, and all I'liayc' Seen; and heard goes
to convince me that this is.rcally the land
of promise. X have here, rix hundred and
forty acres, which I would not exchange for
any iwelvc hundred acres in any part of tho.
TT..ttl Olt 1iri.4 .. 1 i i ,i
must convince you that"! do not exaggerate.
wt.iivu if liav uu iiii v u Been oiruauv
n nerc win you nnu a nciier soil and a ;
healthier, climate than this? Not in any"
part oi tne world, me patriarchs alone
OfilllfVbnfl.t nf alloli fidirfftitarroa T Tnfa'n rn
-.-...- - MU .. M,V.J. .l-.l. l.llllll..
can, live, under liis tent from "the wootaf IiLr
sheep and from the fruits of the earth with
out being compelled to lift up Vither the
shovel or the hoe ; but as we are in an age
of civilization, and' as ve have contracted
habits of luxury and all sorU of fictitious
wants, wc must plough, hooand turn -tho
sou.upsiue uowny lor we nave not only me
appetites of our natures to satisfy, but we
have to work for others and to create wealth,
the effect of which benefits thewholc world."
The General cave me also some informa
tion oenccrninir the" Confederates who had
settled in this vicinity. lie told nie that
Governor Harris' plantation wax close to his
and that Gen. Ewcll, Gen'Shelby anil other
officers' of- distinction, 'were among his near
est neighbors. These gentlemen had written
to their families, who were then, he supposed.
.on their ways to joih tlfem. He was'himsclf
" , l r i:? . r ;i .1
guiug iu wuu lur iiis laiiuiy as soon as 111c
house he was building in Carlotta City was
ready. The ground on which that city was
rained had been given by hinj, and he had
the satisfaction to see that his gift was ap
preciated, and that emigrants were fast ag
glommerating to that spot.
" On my return to Carlotta, where the samo
wqgon was waiting for me, thp General, who
was with me, showed me several fields which
hehad planted some with coffee trees, some
with tobacco some of thiso fields were un
def cultivation when he bought them ; so he
exported, this very year, a crop of coffee, cf
about Cvo thousand dollars, and this without
Including ,tbe tobacco, the beang, the, cattle,
tl.6 liqrs'es, the, sweet 'pohtpe8, atid the fruit,
His Held hands were Mexicans) whom hd'
paid at the rate of three' 'orfjpur. shillingii
i ,day, in silver. They "wero assiduous
and faithful, .but .lazy.;they requiretLj cni
sta'nt Vatfchihg." 'Good "treatment" bad a
wonderful effect on .them, and thc,Gcncral
told me that he could see an improvemcatin
thd quantity cf labor performed almost;
every day, as well as in this general behavior
of ' these .men. "Their children !were,.com-
"pelled to goHo School and lie educated: ' The
Kmperor had not, however, completed inc
legislation wliicli was to prepare thelr'nas-
'sagc from.thc.statc,of. peon to thatoffrce-
juau. ,iiit jiu win mkju uo mj, anu otiauiisn
for thk.dinherkedxaMUhe "means' of 'ele
vating itself -4nH:6f "occupying honorable
position in tlie world. .
rriendli' I'ecJlnjfN at tlie SottlU.
Frwu thejcw York Times, (Rep.jJ i
Yfc notice, occasionally statements io, the
eflcct that the Southern" clergymen and
Southern .women .continue to cherish a bitter
and determined hostility to the North, and
that they take care to show it in every pos
sible manner. y?e are persuaded, and not
without reason, that these .statements arc for
the nioslpart' erroneous and that if they are
in some instances true, it is far from among
the best and mefttrcfjned. social circles tint
such Is tho caw3. fo say that the Soathcrn
ladies euUtripped their relatives in a schIoih
support'ef seeesftion, and that' pastors whfise
male hearers were fighting in the field offered
up pinccre, prayers for their success, i bttt to
acknowledge a very; natural nay, inevita
ble feeling among both classes. But it is
unjust to assort, that the impHfcHveneb'
which they were, swayed, is jav tamed into
asapfimjijlt, pf merp spije and mortified an
gprf jSay"w6re,'it w not true.
Jjefiectlon upeH ciiaractcr for such they
are Of the kid we refer to have more tka
one evil jHSaence apdri sooietv-, Thej' td
to create that .very feeHn-f at rHtrwt aad
iiOKtilily whloh thalr authors affect to lament.
They postpone the restoration of .friendships
once deep,Sl:8eere. lTKy,ct a'sSadeef
Loneleiwness over the mind of many .whose.
rwhole energies should be .directed tothere
oWanlzationof their, home oireleK an4 the
resuispufifi ot teirstHttKri jparwi-riaT,-more;
they are a MJgma upori fit HitBrejof
w-eaian aiiU upou. the paMoral oifiee, -wtb
Northed Seath.- Thweare vmt ibwjV of
our read'wlsO remiMecestcea of the wfec
tipnatc inwjsc i'fallfc vWs
was liUomipted by. ffce wtr are warm awl
qa& whoIookJorwanlto a wiwwal W,
in thek4 ettC Nor is, th re,
son why.tka Mrtrtw of bfHhhonld.t,
wajiT and yttrMr LiMraiid
RStfiar.caa.wiilt ift an iHKy irtwa
'ferine. ThS9W4heni.k kiw thrf
well we tlo; awd VKVpfag the "a-V
MVhat kMrJ "expected &'r'
,w3as. Sfce.is A tpai
,smsli..M Vnfarr W::.Tl
beieei teket-'ao km thaa to those whe svd-
mwter the iMtiarnkt' sissWni'.Mwl eio witi
exectite her1 irti( W 'Umi-tsidb. wMrM
.womanly Welky. - Atui tiw psH wiH sot
or iredlCAlimt U meedy Mttwe
aod-forhcaficeTe aH sides? Th nwl m
, not' feu effJwlwi the9e'whse ImmU re cvn'
bow stretched' h'tewswd' eaetfetirer sh!l .
? XATIOXAX.KAXKS. - ,,
1 The; public, se so. poerlyi. aiifirtd. sia: to.
tjie provif iw atd' garaHtM- jn whieli
our present NatiotiaT Rankilse1 Bvyteni 2s
founded a, Euhject in which w&ry- indivld-,
ualisraor&or Jess iHtereetedTthat; we Ic-
gard the folkiwi swnmarr; prepared'' for,
the MemphU Ajpcntt "n higlily Inferesting
and useful matter:
The'1 creation or IS'atioHitl Banks is de-
nved-frcHii'a law7 of Conjreasl appreveti in
rency Act. 'The ikstiseetien of -the act ,es
taWstthe a separale"lreau"in 'tue-Trefw.iry
I?epartraerit. at the heed of whieh aw olBeer
presides, who-is ilH6minted. the Comp
troller of, the Currency. The solei-ofe f.
that 'faacliery itejsen?' the demiwei
of the banks: mangurated' andtr thk' law.
to see mat mey no net mnsfFM tne reyi-1 sfttHKy.Wseni a&WRtfte prtlimwairy aiw vteat
IntWtf imnraetl'An'tliMU. am tn "''2 n.fFV4.j:.riU..vr....-i D1-K a Unnn
latMms inipoed'6R'thwH, awl to visit
thera, -if ther do.- the1 tonarties prtieorii
v Section five ordaHHS-tiistt 'aHi amooaatiorm:
.thaMfiyspefSeiw. rTlt8fie lfefaet4,
make an crganMMfott eerttsrHMe, whwh shaiii
specify First: Thrf,ae assuwed by"steh
association, which !AaH-be:.wbfi toibeap-;
provalof the Comptroller, yecoadi The'
place where its operations shall be.eeadaot-.
etl. -Third: The (amount .ofiife!epkal
stock; and.the nurabec.of iharas iato w4Heh
the same; shall be idi vkled, Ther
names and pfecee-of residrinee of. the share-
hol4ersjand ;the nuiaber of shares hehl bs
each. Ihe ccrtiticate sail be aekKowIed-eeu.
before a Judce .or (Notary PHblic. atid seat.
'duly authenticated, to the Comptroller,, who
shall place, the same oq recofd.
i Tn a tfnvii wlirwn netwlatinn. Is tint nvr
six wiousanu, an association .may oe onzan?
'j ' "3 it V i n -fit !nf .
lieu imucr mis aci, wmi a caiiiwi oi not, letss
than My. thousand dollaw. Otherwise. 'the
minim'uta Is not under one hundred tbotts--
auu uuiiam, auu mk ciiy wiiu iijwjKiiaiiou
exceeding' fifty 'thoitfti persons, 'tlie capital'
i .11 : l r I. -.1. . ' i i '
cannoi.iesiuan. iwo jiunureu tnousanu
dollars. . ' " -' C i r t
The natural duration of such .-liwnft-itinua
shall be twenty years. SlkwjsuLy be 82Dtef
uiHBOivcu,, eiiucr uv ,a iur;ii oi irajacniee or
ine .voluntary aciiw oi suarenoiuers.
TheafTaira' of. every' afociatton must.be.
managed by at least five Directors; 'one of
'whom shall ibehe, President. jEach.Direct
anywise hypothecated for; aiiyjdebt or loan
WUVUJU AAV V,V.OOj mw "T ' MUIU V W I HUB (
tiuLsue aiauuub oi kvwk, ue Milan iiiereuy
l.ff!'lI a it " 1. -t.l it ;l ...
v.uj)iuu,siucK!)iiaii oe uiviuu iiuHaria
of pne, huiidred' .dollars, and be' 'darned1, as
persoriarproperty. "'Every, sharehdUW ihall
be . held 'individually' responsible. "eaiially
.anu.raiauiy, anu not one ior anoiner.rin an
uoiunici-i, ueuw, iwiu cujajjcuieiiui oi ua.iu-
sociatioh, to' tho, ahiount pr hut tock at jta
Banks' may increase their capital ''irom
-i? . ' . rr.1 i ' ' t r l ...
iiiue iu uiue. a lie luuxiiiiuui ui suca ln-
: 'Ls ii, s .s.i .i i... i,rL Kn
create snail uu ueieruiiueu uy ine vohiX'
trollcr in the articles of association, arid'uo
increase shall lie "valid until tho whole
-amount of such 'increase shall be paid , ih.
and notice thereof "transmitted to the Comp-'
troller. and his approval received. Uliey
may also reduce their capital, but never be
low .the amount required by the Currcficy
Act lor tlieir outstanding: arculstion, nor
until die nronoaed "reduetioa "sliallJiave been
submitted, to' the. Comptroller, and obtained.
At least fifteen tier. cent, of the rcatHtal
stock shall be paid iu before busiiwsi. can
commence, and the remainder of such ?ap"t
tal mnst be paid ilni instalmenus of ten' per
cent, each, On the whole auiount of the capi
tal, as frequently as one instalment caeu
mouth, from thctimb the' ComptelHr shall
authorize the commencement of business.
Before its inauguration, every association
shall transfer and dcliv.cr tb.the Treasurer of
ftlie United, tates jegistefed boada of tlie
T . 1 r-, i i ; ! .. . . i .
unucu ciaic?, ueaxingiuiereiL, iu un aiuoutu
not less than onc-third.of the capital stock
paidin. This projiortioa is to, be rigorously
enforced, so that, iu whatever act, either of
expaiwion or reduction,- the banks will be
retpjired to have always on.hand bends to
the extent of oue.-third:6f tlie stock actually
Tho bonds thus deposited. shall beheld by
the Treasurer of iho United States for the
a-sociations delivering them, ami no trans
fer o such bonds by the Treasurer shall be
valid until tile i'raufer is. countersigHed by
the Comptroller oi the Currehcy; Tho lat
tr must keen a strict record, of all such
transfers, ahu give -prompt, advice bf the
samo to Uie association irom wlfW -the
bomkf trafwferr&l orwinated.
Upon delivery to the.Treasrcriotbe;re-
tiuired amount, and character. of. bomfcy the
bank so deUvering, sfiH receive trom the
Comptroller cireulaihijf notes a (cngMved
under his direction 1 of dlflerent' denoiaina-'.
tioi. in blank, .registered and coHBteriagBed
by himself.aJw the Treasorer. Tha'ammnt.
in notes thus issued shall mt eemtninehi per
cent, of the amount of the IxmiiIh depomted, at,
the p value7;tl.ereofflf'bearin interert at"
tlie rate of five per 'cent, per annum': and in
no case'slmlLthe slinof such Tidtes kstfed W;
any association exceed the'am'6u'nttf Ik cajH
ital stock actually fid in. 4 b
Sncli notes after 'baviritr' beetf "properly
signed bv tho President, tdd Cashier of the
Bank to whom ther-are given, shall be -re--
ccived- at pr everywhere Un tlie United
States", in payment1 of taxes; :txci4e?f hnWi.
and all other dass to Government, except'
duties' on lBtPorta; andawo' tot' all salaries
and other debts owitigby 'the United Slates
to fcref.itor.4 within' iu territory, except in
terest rn tlie pnbk'cr debt, and in rcu'emjHidiV
of the national currency.- The?e notes, if
worn, 'or Kutilated, shall be' received: hr
t4ie Comptroller, nnd' if destroyed, he sfl
.upon proof of' westraettofl, renkvee to the
Hank o whaBT'hey bftonffed blank notes' of
an tiiuai miiwiHi.
"Whenever the market valae "6f anr
Bond deposited twder? thw act with the
Treanurer of the' United States, shell be re-
ducea in value tiefow tne tmpowm ot eircn-
latioh wwietl for the sanie.- tlie Comptreller
ia empowered to defuand frina the Aasocift
tipn which 'deposited then!) tlie amemt of
such 'depreciation, in pth:r'Unit$d, 8Me
bonds, at carfi value. - ' -1
The loans of 4ianHa Hfwr the. act, sfcall
at no. time exeed oateBtlt.of the a meant
of the .aapital etock paid. .-Thi will sattf
faciorily Interpret -the" feint margin,"
which so much complaint has been raade.
" Tlie rate .af ii yejW.-siilliW
regulated by' the laws of the State whanun
tii AwwiatsokWy reside.' If ei,fxe4hf
suck lawn, 'the act allows a ra4 of i4r
of klvch' ih end. ret anstsa. Any" tn-
fractioh of ihii proyWonx shall work a ferJ
feature of interest, and the party Miwrtn
from .sueli HHtryjwrawardouhle.the,
amount of interest wo e-taatnl.
Every Ascociation mwc thu act, nwuI
have or hand at idl l4f.hw W saenef of the
United bwed, Rneen wc twM.nveperent
Miierinc ta diiferent mtim i theUnio,)of
the aggreratc of iU not in .circslfttiau and
it dctxieltri. Aa? Umk klline to make
:good this reserve for tMrty dnvs aAar having
rcton tuu i iimi ii fin ho iw iiini nmnim ifrr 11
iwusc; J case m vwmi ut nmapni j .imu
It, very Jattenal JBanit is dMiitiiisi ttf ie ?
ceive m payment of ail (htfcfg (ke S(; ttte
Bates) of any other similar InUitutioH, i
(Jaarterly reperto, exyiaHirtfR-BiMlef aath,
th reoHoni and RWfltit af the banks.
shall be made to the Conyt roller, under'
of .one , nared '. dotlM --.terleit, .. r.
ftve'iiays 3ejay in ikin thh 4t tfo
1 f an v Ajwooiatkn m,i nUm 'J& rWhwsa
ne of in notes when 'whted, in htwwl
enrreucy, . the, party praiing tke name
mav have it MotWeti M 'firanhul to th
Cowjiirolfer. ,Oh receipt of, jaeh. protest,
lite CHnptrollr witfcr Myjaajant ot the
invatiigata.iM wnwai. ; onwim dwa.mta at
wak a. ?6.rsaaS: be YfcfifaJ, titt .Csifiwhr:
Mlii4i wMfii tSttajr .iWa;JaiSjnr)
UwittlMlf. lVssaaV aaaMMjUfM
hy the MMdiiw anio ataifawsW, kMitd iff
JjWrmUl-, iihnB Urn Abe notadta;
.nHjt a: the lrpwry ti me Vhm
Siafcs, where-ifwMl be iA4il in lawful
;crreney; Tbec GmpMtie;t4all Imether
40f ppwni arosivr onder baatt aad
IfM rky ,doir will -be trt pttt 3ck
pbaaWin Irattiliafetv mtd isly wwd'tm.ita'
fvtrw ni.vTmTCwntmTn.in.ltllHn rWQi. .imveil
t i - . .1 i . . i . i . ...
-hank shall fie declared null am vaU
Any bcer evjwsiectetl with soch organi--MrkHHt-'who
mar hr ",iiK ear " 1 : " '
i hk aa-ahA,TBpoRiWfioio; te p-:
::li.ij i. ....:. t. . i .i
tV.i ' '.-.w. - - - - J
The Koirr iBci8 -all of the wdfent
pointe which enter- to thscompoiiition "cf
oifr National Bwk ayateai.r It.ors lo no,
that assinr-the isuw of this srstciH ta be
:i-:L'l ..' iitrl "fi" . r -
imirowMMMet u itovsb, every cnecs:, gnant
cptthi wiMcut. It- U vieetcmrv to bMr hi
raind. .hewevar.-- what thitt ba.ii ,1s- It u
fneither. lsa,,nor more, than tine, trtdit of the
the' permanerit-sonftdtw of that' creelk. k la
due to caiMtar te state that wRety aSvwaeiit
'optniem. ptyail. Maj .f"(Hf it M
cleiUly SKtitwd to rests oeWfellv all the
infittenees whSsh await it. On the other"
hand, not a fw Btve that it' a liil
'iVnit: whMh y-'at' any meateat iam to
-ti v m, . ....
UUJ w MHS.AIHSHNtrjr WrtHMHS 311 I We at;
taitwWe ia Formation on the' tvoTnL" "
J. f . 1. rr r i ' - 1 1 - . " .
it an inspection' otm 'statements frhomM!
qfion 'ef tha jsniiaii nl eHHt, w have no,
Iteaitation in aavinav oiiJ behalf of tke hankM.'
'that.we are acqnairiter"rith, no seittme- of
'.Hwnke with !)i:teooiiikiinnL' tWinhv
UheMfeiia, jt. k.&kvkma that sahmsn cmU
bb.inus-v weig:i .irooi,, out purpose mftn Q
laim any reflectioH acaitW tiie'wlvBev: of
onrianonat jmhks, we ttoiim- not A tne
same time.beJMfanted as gMMisffiraweM
over, the nossibk; mUalk which inhara in all
systems of currency w Imwo iHtwa m tn ubv
5are not at the wilt of their hrOtnVr convert-
U. tn.r, iJ -..ii-- l- :
wliiOU at presntohtaiHs ta the.Setrtk for
.t t 1!-.. . ...
imu qvm, ahv niTxsmj, irutireser.
iHvruartueuiaie empioymeni ot evaty wouar
iwhich "m ay" com e. i i i to "bar "poBueaiinn "ex
track "from"5 these caHthmary aajgaifoim
mostsjf their practical aismtfcaiiBC. It i
only.whea a .pawwvcy beeomag the recep
tacle, ot periBanent . ;investnieaU that it ap
pearsln itjsniost;omrrtousphase,anlso far as
the Southern people are 'IxmeWned, hoard
ing k not a practise whieh is' ni all immU
Beat-. -i j f . - . ' . .
From the foreiroiBgonr readew areas;
well prepared to judgef thecxpepetllency'
;or inexpediency of cxcTiingin their land,
and'ether projierty. for-tiie-exiaiiiigieiretik-tioiijas
weldaviae. , , -v4.
' " StrnHKe htorj-.
From the McjuphliAvalancuc.
Ten years, ago Mr, was (married to
Miss . For a time, all yrent' well1 with
the huppy pair; hbt whether prbmpteil' by'
inconipatiWlitv-.jioff ienij) oV th'retigfe the
reddlflBomet interference, of relatives c
friends' ''edironiler'' " knowcth not, "only
that the demon bfMiscord breathed upon
tienr'ycmng' love.'aini'H withered aa a'hwer1
'iJeatli' wintPi ehiHin hseash. AshI ia
-make, a long story short, thy separat.
oiiortiy alter tne separation a little daughter
waaf lorifantltlich a divorce Obtainedby4
wjiiefr'ptrty olitained it matlers not. For
"nine yean long, weary years they lived,
hhart, never. hearku' from or.snenkinof each.
f other j and yet bcVtl remaining true to love's,
first bright dream. The little girl grew1 up
.i.m n w wrrgnvra wireire un tier Rivritri waa
dead. She had.'nrvsrlseen him,-ar been seen
by, him. Ah, who shall say, how .often dur
ing those long, dreary, "years "the father's
heart' yearned for the sWht' of liw child, anil
"pined to hear the mttsie of lie? vetee:
And thq motiier the wife that was was
she happy? Who shall tell I "Well, oa the
day before yesterday the lady, accompanied
by her little daughter, walked into a busi
ness' bowse in thk city, and met him who
was once her htakiBd and the-father ef her
child coming, out. They stood mce to lace
'for the first "time since their" separation
nine' years ago. Both stopped' and gazed
fixedly into each other's face. The father
then, turned his eyes to the child, and, stoop
ing down Kuddenfyg caught her hi. his arms.
pressed her passionately to his bosom
rained a shower of kfsscs'upon her'facc; then;
placing her on the rioor, he gave one glance
at the mother, and turned to go. Hcariitg
his name called in a low tone, he turned i
One look, and they were in each other's
arm. They1 were left alone for a few mo
menta by the considerate kindnesrt of the
parties, iircspnt. Then a, hack .wait callcd,
and in tliirty minutes from their first meet
ing they were married.
Xcmiirkntilc Storj Kscape of a Yohu;
IJiri rrom1 the Mormon Iter NtiHt-r-
A cerwioudent of the .Ctricinuati Gm-
.Mf7ici',w'riflng froml'etendwrg, OhiogiveH
a long account of tho ndventures of a young
girl nant'eil' Louwa Black) who recently h
capedifrem.therMormon commnnity in Salt
Lake City j ad.Hred. great tniering. The
subgtee'rf.the'stery-fc. aafohWs: '
parenHy-proceeding theWrem, aeemnpatiied
by faint artieAktiees at a bnman .reice. He
diftiivctly heard, tliecalation, 'My God I
ray uodr iho boy hurried to, nis home,
which was'i'tl sight, mid tohl Mr. Daviiboa
what he had hemdT'Mrr;Ba"ii lisSBir st once
started, back with him, ,and, mauling twsr.
neighbors on the way, took iwm. atone to
theiitickof hay. 1 :i -X , "
''On'reacMmr she", spot 'andsrelmr TmM
one of' the staeksi frm whetfacl the" (minds
proceeu a,r uiej uueyeraf socae saspi jKwr
what W their surpriie; td'Md yomwgkl,'
an entire siranger. IttWslly isnrrwwed Jn the
hay, seeming by heipiaai and in a djriftg eonJi
tlon. She ruaed a Pair of blue evea ta the
gentlemen's startled facesnd implored thcui
not to move her? iir Jet Herlie'thcre and die,
toruhe was froaen and sarved- and aid had
raised her as gntly as.mey eonid, and tlioagh
thegentIesT motion amrrnvaied 'her suffer
inos. suecijedod In "cftrmMrher back to Mr.
Davidson's mrm mntae. She
not more than sixteen yaam of age. and
scantily and mwmWy- eJd.--A- tattered
trass clung around her, and. a garmfM tnat
kad once been an underskirt, he had tent
in two, one strip befog" Med about her bead,
and the other wrapped atsmtt her feetV
;Sl, ayw Mmt sint wikd:m Mkwiirl
tntil the, mil- of wlwn herjathar be
aame inrttnated'with the Xomon' fcUh, (a
mi mber ef Mormon boiwr settled imt rhesa). '
and ift oppuaition" to the wishes of "mV wife j
SaH Ike city. A, he could mi be twntad
from his jmrpose, hts fasiuy relcctanuy c
eompanied tRni, and
Uie.mhobitanU of mat eiy, :wht4"M. Bmek
,-wftt at- onea; en reaH among tne rsmnis
Tliey had been there Jor Bx iHOMfej, ottrw
which time matters had been jcrowmc tWi"
bad to" wonw; when nWciiife arrived, at nW
hje m Jirt-.jntm 1. -
Tlie fcmilf w mw wmiiaht'np ta iiw-i
,prt4W,andrwUhWk,- with hr
three tlauehtam, enevtd.,tQ nmha thwias
aape from Utalj, ti. b jm time baing t&x
iaMAt UiAt the way sifti wish (mnpary
mid that if eaptusMtt dealh - wonid W tt.
doom. LitWgooii to
eeeded in , ai wtMng viplaHM ami imtde.ttoir
eMfimm'Salt Lafcj C.m ttw Kthaf
ksti Jniia, with Wyj ti dJ in Mir
ngramt trea (nattjiaeaRi rTW M
Uit't asid dUKryt wtd aaJtWintW.
mmr.ammJiim nrw .umwmi
af . the many. Mosm om mese. At lansjifemH
f the statem died fioH. exposstna ami pri
ration, and eovat Jtc stp isiJiHL .wood
they still wendend.ott. Sooh mtoiiwr sister
parahd.'aml Imim and' her m4kr aJetM
tmrod their lMirhti At Jewath Mrs. Vimek
My'dawn, nw-W risw. ayatn. iismim
Unnks it wnt ha bec,isi nVe riatirity af
CkTaland that her mother died. Mtsmdn
aakief an asatotance she' wan si art drnwird
akme. Stse'tiJk ff bsnwr at -ftWnyBW.
Pemiayl fan ia,j Wide inalsy aarivi ai Mii
dtawx.wlwriS jMyAaiwaHr casmMamd fat
'AiV wiN ahtl itfmTciivir:-
,-" IHHBwm ta'wWk'mm"isT smrrj
kflr AaaslsaBSaVmf kjSiUiAastsfes m,aamUBBBK
ay s aavfTnjaanVlPwJaTVanwaaSVVVPi WUmWW
mnit Md.tBis yHg aM, oh uW.aaa' Cta-t
aamhar 11amptorwl aswaa ammiaaary. ajr
tsliae'MMR M Ha' off a' hom 'OMtsnrr
hwl jMt from Mr, Fa.maamr'a sWaV
SM sta tint i sssMrnetad har to no to
boy was, returning from sAol,. .acre, the
near I'etersburi-on' iiaring.a couple,
efjh'aystacfcir, he beam pteihtive, moans, ap-'
i wo mum, a ien atraanva, witn whtcls to
pKsnsisc Anhfeijttanstos'. aamenT, attssKnaa.oai:
tH-,te.. Whaa, ajfard. wWhe 0iLwkh..,v
1 1 uueves ioiu ner ins tncy wouia.
tako another route to Oil City, where they
:woI meet her7aM take Oiifc oY 'hSe
rkrra,thattiHtr rMwhsNtir )UU
,manyahoiee to OU City." .they iWthar-
ntore ooastctt tnat tnev had ssjblen a span id "
the. horse. Andstartcit osT, aad UM,k the 'w-"f ,
she saw of them. Instead of takin ")w'
prescribed route. Loubo, cKlaged tha'pro
''CTamnie bv takini rniilirwt-W mm';
' "Se.tinaily, took refuge in tho hav tack
where she waa found badly frozen."
, The Norfolk -J eontauM the. following
jJdUorortheXotffefaii': i il1 t
SiR-i I? have jiMtasrrived in wW phtN '
"on. t , wnere'-i saw and tawttii wttJt:
J. Wilkes Beotti, ttie -wmw4.dsiiK of
your late IVcsMtenti iTh-at he'-'wsiaW: T
alive aMtrwhat- ha4;curred
Ul, niay,Be'srange, hwt'it k tree'liarthri' .
Hfss. , . StUJi-tr
1 tI aaw Jam sW?JsVJfar, who Mkttk
htm not fowiatssn'raai, imd hM4t.ffutc ,
Wm aH the hWtM that h imaW.in'7:
l-eRVHg ihU Ciywmy. ' He sayallmaiiVbW,.-
-wno naa too eas efa ice txwM.mil-sjne . .
taat uc- wm in f eM.4 theatre on tsi:Mlii.ef
April lastand woaiem-why jw Jtwrsstnt, '
on tluttocenaioh iMni. net jweicwl to TmiogiHiiTi '
the man tltat sjhet ILiaeoin mhiM lliay.wW: '
told that it was him br Larm Kmim2 hi. 1
"bitter enemy, lie tint" hot. bewvetY st ino '
deny or admit tkat he aad done m deed,
bt stated that d b could tnilhtWrr Wy.
.of their own knowledge; that it was JUm.
lie uccia-res tht Jlni. Surratt wr-lnm-.
cent, and woies how the man', skat: 'wi
killed in the barn look td. ITc leawtisi rroftt
the papetf thatli had a. lieavy beatd. Jtnd
hud sheared ofc cat k it, tnett, an awkward
manner that his (Kooth's)-" msstt! SatinuM
riendx would not. rnsmissijiisk.ii ""Sooth,
He thinks not. jre'bvJiMaoeefU. or
gkilty, tliat ir fouwd," he. wour hare " been
sacwicedto thir mad sWyk- aad eonciadcl
to leave, which he dii), And. m - share dR -
now be no harm in thW. I will state whsU; t
the teid menritting hamate : 3'',i
lie crossed the river at Uianeatawnr
stopped thc.next day sear Fairfax? Cwtrt
hoanef the next Might: he..wtw tsshwi; nar. ?
jtiaieturg, .ctc, ami trm HMf'nKU)iBi
SM-in4js, whemh temalnad tw; days and
after more than three weeks' tmrrKig
mostly by-niht, and SnSumigimasjaly he
reached Flonda, whefehe was dotaiaedlfoc
ome time, while Harris, who wa not iMo.
tionetlin: the afeur, and w4w,ggMht not: ap
pear publicly, pwenred &.baaL .whidi, "they .
ventHred, to seat in; and made Jand.sR,safety.e
Booth. was immiihasely wlwR'sidr, and .has.
been most of the time sinc..
Ik October he wag.maeh battor. so mueJi-
so that.he took seme exetciVe in th..3V7..
air, hnt. relapsed and was eouined mj:W.i
room until about Smt wtetw am. Ilia; conixi '
...:.. i : ..., . j. . r .i i r
don't beikvehe will live mmr. .Kawaa mqJ
paring for a change, bt aknat, and if no '
relapse aas taken ptaee, ta probnaty - wt. m
another country, wheret he wiW. mt witli ..-
mon o hhi own.peopie, er.psople tsam. the
pawe connt-ry. -
Jstr.Editor. I wile wwah peor Unehsih that
I fear yon wUl.asJt he ahk t make it ontr
but it is tho troth, me w4sm .'trath, and if
you. wish vohj may. pnhlith k. d ahaH not
bo in the couat-ry to read k.
Yonrs txuHy J", F. -
(Joseph ratmciuHiasm.) -.
KntrimaRMl B(iMeMlli A MenwoiHWi.
Wife and a CfrthoHe-Mwehnnil jSNttH'l
Is Ayren m. Phtllp Ayrm.
I'rpnv the New York Ifend4rieth.'J,
The matrimonial, tnmbles of. the City of;-Churt-lies
ore Increasmg;- sowyi'isty t
many aro transferred to- owr New York;
courts for adjudication. In the present case
pom panics nave rcsiucu ui jKuosuyn ior
several years. There ihey have enoyitd all;
the luxuries of their nariail; extrtanca
three rosy cherubs having been bom, .to
bless and adorn, their bower, But internal,
disseiuians arose, and how t According to- ,
tho papers produced nefofe tim eonrt yewtar
day, the fol!owitifr appear tb. he the mctaj
Mra. Ajrcs complaint, of bwtai, and laim
lnan treatment at the handa ef har hmbar4
asserts that ho ia a yijiaks of the, darkawt die,
and asks for separation, and aHarn
Among other coniplainta sm aiWwef (be-
ing a Methodist liersclQ that he is a bigoled, t;
Catholic and has remarked, that" he had.i a.
great mind to kill his chiUaanM lie knew, j
ni that event they would go to heayeVa but
that if they were brought ;.p Ur phuntih n
heretic, ha foarvd thair novjm. would; go Jo
perdition. Th word, he wait almost-. a rooh
onianiac on tlieisnbjvct of hia wfsjJoaM.iaith.
' being a, member of th Jtrnmrt Catholic.-
a veaa a""m -- . ....
Vsurcii, ana DeiMtvtng. nmm au a rotaauni.t -were
herelico. and, woilaL he ooniaannaii.t'; -eternal
punishments "Jrfr. Arm .a am-
.plbycd in the Brooklyn y"iw ofKcr &nd jt
appears also Kcpc. A.mnMaMce steaa in. UVJ.
citV. He claima,"iH dtamat,tantt-sUAwil
left him withoitt can, atrdsaM kttk aJars: .;
subjec&d at her hand, hnngtag x, auuabsr .
of arBdaviU cf raspsotaUa.wifrnaiiian to prove
the truth of his aawfUona. ir. " y
Mf.:'Bernard HfH, on battaif of defend.
ant.fywn'oraVy movMibr-ejMi of place
m tsiai bom Nw;Yte Vtm;'AU:Mp
wah.,mamd by ,Mr If, Tu- Gt.iir tb-ti:s
piaintifi. DeceW was nmttcymd. - -.- -- 'i
iL ttrtaalsies awttsnp. t j j
Ah old beau, formerly well ' krwwn fn.""
Washington city, wa- awmed te aat but -7-
one ml i'twenty-ir ha, if Jiftar thbjii i
lie had to go tc a party ami take", se-onJr 3r
dinner, he cat nothhig all the next day. He fj
died at tho ago of seventy,,....
.A lady of culfare. raiii amsmt. and wiuaual 1
pewemof obwervatieN and 'eomarixi. be- "
came widoa; Sadisaad tram sssssnsmee ir
poverty, wit: a targe fcMMty mail cinl- .
dren. tiependent on- bar mould labor for -,-t
daily food, she. made a vasiatr df experi- -
menu to ascertain what aiiltlw eenhi b wir-'" " .
cliaed foe the' VessH matter, aawmtta at
tho same time "go the mHaurt," by JtAt', : '
her, children Itngmt, (rom cryma iac,foro v '
ming to eat. S!ve sxxn,dMHormW lasat.wfien "
they cat kick wheat cake amtntalamm, tlie
wero ft ttiet for a ionajar limalhiii mVr iarfin
any oW kiad,of mad. - r' Tr JstS ti !
A distinfiuaimd JmSm.yjtm, UnU- ,.
maioii umrt oosenrea umt wim h looK
bnckwhest cakes for mtfud, jm could; sit . ,.
on the bench the whole day' wjnfcmt being
mKomfortably mmprK"'K "'ajMfm were
emitted ho felt ohi:M ta tallcVWick about
naon, BasAwlmat aakm a g, nawmal 'ff-S
vattte at the wimr haankJatit laiauVawjijci" ,
entiifte investigation and amdyalt has nhown" '
tKat tliey abonnd in the heat formiW wind-
maw QgiasV ttftlttM AJsLSkal 'maBSUs s aajsassssT ' titM&itl
tor them in summer. . -r - .. -i - '
Dorinar the Insit mmma. whaa many dim r .
of kusnter, Uie poor wtW Ibmtd 'aastbig!
ahek last shilling for tea, tofcaeoi arid- -
amrita. It ahar metasritlad. ia
New Trk. by hUe aanaoatad wlt eamrltit- -MeSnstatnllona.
that Trhan mentajq M.' pasd j
tt,te poor, they often laid mt mrr oetU is
tea br crdfve. Instead of prsxttrmtr tiMi "more ,
4jsajmai mon.- wca as meaincar ami Alr
mtoHm. Ok wnmov fer their an 1
parasMT aftra vafrnwar mm tmptaaManotvUie' '
wy naiveraaUy wan in hatti qaaf idaatirnl
thtar own pWrvation. amd ahown tham " thiCTlL
a pemvy's "wnthY (f m, tynWoo or liquor.f
wautd keep og thiainie of smtnjsir 5n jfr '
a peiiKys worth ot anywtna; enc; t-
Scienti&c men aanaana saiatidbarimmyinr:
Tea,, like alcohol, mstartk .tha
phoms of the tisanw; la "othar
1 . .
afaac msd ia sits iameof KtV. amf tntMUre-
Ttmts it imm cuasnmtwy; the set and sh f s U
. If W90Ugt. ierto hsJass;M'' :lkAa);,a
hmah'batwMM nWbojK.d thadinasr,
ISmiaams.ehwm nW7jU Wm
mt witt imm ind ssmiaaaffmsK IWt jMat .aalmt.
i praadsss w iat jmpmrtaati .assnsiw.raaa -.ss -. .
Mara uy in.MK'aa ninn as w lane no umS; ;
between meant, it will not bVton bafore he
mkttkpm wWi Ms makteeJiy.
aVI(4 nnV '
I !nmMmV--mvipmtssssr2 m wm, t