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WEEKLY II v JOHN T. HON WORT II, EDITOa AND PBOPBIETOK. . )ANTON SATURDAY, MISS. J AN. IK), ISO!), , tNuianv nlacesiu this county, our best and most experienced Tanners . lire offe.riug as high astute dollar per bushel tor corn ; while in other por tions of the State they have corn to Hit. This thing of buying corn is j ruinous it will impoverish the best j country that the sun ever shone upon I it has already kept us for several years at the very foot of the com mercial ladder it has drained the coffers of our planters, and has Stripped tlieui of the little money that w.is left them by the tax gathei ing harpies of Umlicalism. The great laws of trade forbid that any people shall tbri.'c that does not produce food sutlicient for liotp.f. port fliimption. it is one of Ihe immuta ble principles of the world's commer cial relations, that no -country can prosper whose imports exceed its uxuorts I bat there can never I in . . , . , i nn on tnicn in anv nation that rlrwi . . ' , not raise from its own soil provisions enough to sustain its own people. Yet, although, we in common wi:h ; the press of the entire South, have ! Constantly and persistently set before our people these plain facts, and have timed them to consider these th Intra 1 ana act accordingly, they have nlwnys clung to the ante helium idea that " Cotton is King." In the ever lamenraoie year 01 1001, una luon . r loin ..: J.l. and its promptings resulted in the almost complete bankruptcy of Ihe .i. .i.i.. a,...!...-,, ,.u.,.,i mi. IUC .V UUID UUUUW.ll .'...Ml.. illU geirerxrtts Soil of " the hind we love. and the partial abandonment of this blind belief, was all that saved us from cnmnlete famine: anil we hail b'-gan to hope that our people had determined to plant graiu as tbe staple of their crops, and to raise only sutlicient cotton to enable them to procure such necessaries as they could not produce at home. But the high price of cotton during the pre sent season litis almost diiven this resolution from their minds j anil should it succeed we shudder to think what will be the result if may be even worse than the ruin wliich swept over the laud ill 1860 nod 1807. On the production of the Bgricul tural classes, depends the immediate nnd future fate our country, and we beg Of or.'.' plantels not to be deceiv ed by tilt) present prices bf cotton IA ron. ember that, .oreonhaefcs are much depreciated, far below par in th e greac International monetary inarts that cotton is liable at any me to tail to thvj minimum price of those disastrous years before men tioned that bread and meat make the great stall' of lite, and so long as we have thetn We can exist and grow fat, independent of all the political machinations and intrigues of our enemies and despite the exacting demands ot the tax-gatherer. Brownlow Retires. Urotvnlow, the ihnstur flcml of 'Tennessee, is, the Lonl bo pniised, no longer nti editor. He has retired from the Wft cut g meat of the Kuox villo Whig, ami here is his farewell : The VfhlQi a journal I have edited for the last thirty years, now passes into other and more itbie and vigor oils hands. As a member of the new company, owning the office, I shall feel a deep interest in tin success of the enterprise, and will do all in my (tower to promote its success. In reviewing- my long and eventful career us an editor, 1 have this to say, that -oad I my life to live over, I would pursue the same couse 1 have pur Rued, only more so. If in past life I have been violent on some occasions, my apology is, that like the Apostle Paul, on iany occasions I have fought with "Boasts at Ephesus. " In taking my leave of many of my readers, I will remind tlient that be fore they were born their parents were subscriber ot mine. I have, however, fjo'couso to know isX"f1iacc always tauhtMoth parents and children to hold Jastw the jormt of Sound doctrine ; and if defending them I hate invariably Ittered Ihe words of truth and sola rness. My friends, I wish every possible sue cess in all the undertakili!rs of life. Of my enemies, 1 have no favors tn ask, but am wilimir lo let bv-conen ask, but am willing be by gones. W. G. Brownlow. Oh ! Saint Brownlow ' Like the Apostle Paul," you have always taught both jiarents and children sound doctrine." Well, Willian G., what was your doctrine in 18001 ? What is it nowT Yas it sound? I it sound 1 Making Botokt. The New York Times in a lament over the dead Botts, says : ' One nifrht in Mnroh IMP! ,. l of a hliiiiln-.l men, iin.ler tleiierul v inner, come f.. Ins Iioiim-, took him irora nt lief! Hint onrrie.1 liim lo prisou, waero he triw belt in soliturv onlinentt-ut tor eiyl.t ireeka. Ills Teat ra rm tweet ,v ti. tbst ho raa writaig a sucrcl historv i ne reoenioo. Mr.ltotta wasiirelly rresfe.l l.v two or to roe deteetivea, r,r xtteiupt- - .ai,,. irj 4 onfe.ierulo ov,-rri,n,.,1t was proavptiv Iia1, aerjnittetl anil .l.soharjreil Tho bal jam is nil bosh Cof. Sun. . l -1 Z r kW'ra" ? i the Tenure-of OOice ua1 by the Ae.ivy rote given, in.licatea vut- itej.-iiinii. (ii H ueuiine in the orer or Ct!di.ali sin nml the aacen M of mate looderate ami emm-il- jy rnnnsek in t'onuress." limn which aTe ruleil ll ney two Lja their loiiaT nnd d ute LjUb. President Johns of si istablli Cangresbional Soouoniy. The incorrigible Mack, of tho Cin cinnati Commercial, says Washburne . is crazy on subject at retrench inents.but does not allow his insanity to interfere wil li Lia hi.!,, i. . ... ; i .- ran,e,nent, He lately vrlJlZ SKi place in one of the departments for and pri edod by way of Long a young htlly M clerk, but insisted .... ii..-iiiir I.. ... i i , :..,.. i....,. .i. ..... ......... w wwiK.r mill tuu irssilll.s 1'iencu iue i ante fouttf lady was crivinj; in his fuuiilv the uniiolnt inent Was tn Operate US compensation for teaching. Mack says there is nothing nnnsunl or tincongrcssionnl In I his sort of an arrangement, especially in behalf of amiable young ladies but then Washburne is so pAnoniioul ! 1 1 ' But I submit that one who lias snent so much of hi-, lime as Washburne has I in ('enouncing all appropriations as cor ruptions and in advocating all rorls ol retienchmen'- as expedient, iniur.! in ! contrive to fiarlez volts FrtlMnti at bis own expense, h n.ay be rr iniDOr- lant to the World and ihe nation ilixl the I Washburne Isviljt should apeak French, and lor that matter it would be well to improve th-in a Utile in Kntliah but ! that they Hhollld acquire the (jlfl of matiy tongues st in4 pu'ilte expei Re ta (pji another mnr. Waslibiirne's b Be-ides e hve home I Eiiglhdi lor twelve i veats, and I thii k we can oet alone; niili 7. ! . . mm durinif the remi.iiiinir ears of his official life without the aildblun of hsd Krenchi spoken, as it would be. with a piairie accent ..nil a na-r.l twunj. Sound Talk, Under the head of " Pray to God and Keep the Plow Ag. ing,"thu last GKdrmn JStar has the following: J.er. 1 ics atone ami go to work, each in his own spehre, Freemen and breednien, we speau '.n both. This . . ls (in-only salvation r us or rather it will be the beginning to a glut ions rosHrlly that anything that ne will tar out -strip! ever knew in the davs gone by. file people of Holmes and Attala have succeeded the past year in the farming operations-tliey have made I lUer crops upon less money and pital 1 ban any portion of .Missis sippi. And why t They worked ; they put their own hands to Ihe plow and ' drove their teams a Hold.'' livery ilung is prosperous, The school houses will soon be full Of children ; every man has a dollar to sp i rbr the home newspaper; the merchant is 110 longer compelled to go to protest ; and the farmer into bankruptcy. We will have enough money to giv e Oil 1 halt starved clergymen a respect able and com for table support lor themselves, and not keep them so woi ried wiili the meat and bread question, that they are unable to gno proper time and attention to spiritual mattei o. All this prosperity has apruns from the fact that t he people of ll 11 ttal .Mississippi are not afraid to Let every man be assured WW that upon the cultlvttl ion ofhis llehls depends his present safet and fu ture security. The wealth of our fathers w as dug out of this same soil, and although the accumul.it ions of a century have been swepi away by the relentless band of War, still by industry and frugality, we can re gain what hits been lost, if we will only ' pray to tiotl and keep the plough a going." Kih Couvt Decisions. The decision of the High Court of Errors and Appeals pronounced hy Judge Jeffords (published in our last issue) in a ease froni .Madison coun ty, is ihe one to which we hne re fcired its mollifying the npplicatinn of I lie pi iueiples wtich 'ere declared in the case of Thomas vs. Taylor, wheieiil it, was n fiirtned that "ihe legislation of Mississippi from the date i of secession to the surrender of the Con federate annics," was inval id; mid from winch the deduction was drawn that their effect would be to unsettle all titles and annul pro ceedings, judgments, decrees anil orders of the Courts, executed din ing thai period. In the case from Mad isou county, it was decided thai tbe goVerunient of Mississippi in all transactions affecting only the cili zens of the Stale, and indifferent to Ihe laws of the Tidied States, was a governo'cnf IN fact, tor the time be ing, 'or the purpose of conserving t':e private rights of persons titnl pro ptrly, and that w here a contract had been fu'l.V executed according lo the then efthxting laws, it sliould stand. In the case of Thomas vs. Ta lor, the subject matter of the controversy was executory, or to be ean led into etfecf. In the case last decided, the contract had been wholly executed, and the Court dc. -lured it should not be disiti rbed. Clarion, atrrti declared Spaniards, by vote, have n favor .d i monarchy, and , tne great iiimcniiy wnu litem now, is to seleci a monarch. There ate inany applicants for the position, bill it appeals that. of all, tbe Duke of Montponsicr is Ihe one, of those drouth' named, who has Ihe bent nrtmoeOt tt seouriuif tit ooveted pi sit ion. Napoleon would not be sal isfled however at tins selection, an. 1, in all probability. Spain, to curry tavor w ith Napob on. w ill bt com pellet! to make mMNJ Other ciiolt e III the general spiiit of ilissalislac lion which this will engender, ire Mould r.ot be surprised lo sec Is.i lella recalled to the throne. Th. Siuinitirds are a listless, dreaming neotde. who. suil.teiil iaw sterling liom Ih.-lf sonii .-oinii.iU'itl coiiilition iiisii.I.'.I ii clnino." I hat, they hurn llMtl. 'I'll eieltement atteini- tint BfnM it, iMvtwfr to t'reat extent worn lift", tin y il. sire to loll bsBI int.. Hieir ohl milliner af WK sud wtfthhig won hi .an lailv briw)s this ataraH tfa "'' rc i stnldie-hnioiir ol' Laabella af-aT" To slill lili lher roinplicale MMfl iiil''nn:ilion lit the ni!e, i to Ihe rllVt't that aeritaia timilile niilieip.itnl helaceii Turkey anil Persia, n In I lhat the Ainluissn.Inr ol the Pcnle hail left 'Iclo ian. Tin may MM ihe Tiirvn-tiieck pies BSaaai tn .it.-. inn. on .-..tllfll' .iftcmi.l phaae be. ore I be P.nis o refi.e. 'n,, mv probsbl, enronrago tut- Will( ami foolish (.reeks toother art unbceoiiiing s ualioii. - ---- -a 1 fXTlt i r-raorrd. that District Alior iWwry. f New V-rk. I.avine ap. plied to .MU4 , Orneea! Ktarte for in. stractton-aa i eof I, en naalBrainr, llie C't-w 't'n' t9, in i litun. hargpd wi'i, 4fmWf, It lW-n irteitrac'f d pel Mr. Eur' ' m.U r la!! rrr- nf i n- a-om uf fl-rtl- Aii.iy i't.i! imt- TIIL Afllf AWSAS MILITIA. Gome of their Villainous Doicgs. From tliu Caratiun Democrat 7tb The Inst accounts place Catterson lam) liis follower in Ashley county. 1 "'vvs to MambiirK, where they nr- jiivt-u mi o.imiiiin nil' ,:.:u minim, in ! the vicinity of Mom, they nppropri I in a few choice horses and a wagon, as we wero Informed by citizens ot - 'hat place. rm.. ; i i. ... tt i ne ai rival in i,nirfrsn in nam bin 'O was a pel-feet surprise to the people, thinking as they did that his career as a I trigadier General was1. ! well mh closed. But he is there,1 ami t lie people know It, We were lilt Mary Saline on the ,'51st, anil the I accounts iriven us by citizens of j Ashley well' of a very distressing I rend an itldres on the subject of roami I chliritotel'i They repot ( that upon factores. 1 entering Hamburg he took posses Jsioii of nearly or quite all ot the business houses and put lllent in eharire of his own clerks, ami nitest- ed and confined the very best, citizens if the town ami county. At Mary Saline (a binding and warehouse on the Ouachita river), we saw with our own eyes the signs of their robbery and lawlessness. Here a company came on the I'Sth nil into, entered the warehouse break- I ing open boxes of goods, barrels and ! packages, and appropriated anil do stroyed their contents in the spirit ami mantier of genuine bandits. These empty barrels and boxes were there to sliow for themselves. About it half mile, back from the landing is the store house of Messrs. Hanis it Piles, containing a small sf ck of goods, valued at 92t00(l or $2,500. Mr. Files Informed us that when the militia had done their work, $.'100 would have bought every ; thing left I 'I he militia are also represented as foraging in a most extravagant man- 1 nor, using two or three times as much et rn an is necessary This seems to alarm t he citizens as much as everything else, as they lear their I supplies will be cut so saort as to prevent tbeui from making another crop. Prom reports given us as we came up the river last Thursday, we could I extend this article indefinitely. 1 Steal! ig, and impressing horses and wagons, robbing wagons loaded with merchandise and the like are report led as the every-day doings of Uat tersob, the luwabider nud pence maker. We sawneyeral geplleiuoil of Ash lev who had left their halites and families to save themse.V.'s In m pcvuomil violence. They expressed great alarm and dread at the present condition of their county, and thought that tile, presence Of the lllilitlH would not only destroy the ttltuie prosperity of their county in a ineterial smse, but drive oh per manently many of the best citilseus Of course in a I'ca days nltei' lie lias do. ie his work of impression and eruelt.Vi Catterson will report in Maul ing characters, " Order reigns in Warsaw " The case of the ' state of Arkan sas vs. Columbus Bucket," changed with an a-sult, with intent lo kill, was regularly reached, tried and de fendant acquitted. The -uilt of Uucket as ulinrged in the iudinttoenl wus believed conceded, bul Ihe new Ucdgetl (tarpet bag attorney for Ihe State, Mr. Griflin, forgot to prove the venue, nnd under the instruc lions of the court,, the jury was com pelted to acquit. Thus the Ignorance of this new importation, a violator I tin- neuitfl is lor'-vi'i-.f.ii.it . In. ui.n,l r nrnv-ims that n. ,.K kum done iii tltt' county of Ouachita, State ol' Arkansas, lie contented him self by proving I Imt it, nits (loiio in the town of (JuuiUqii, uouutj of Ouachita. OATTEHSON 8 BAIO. Material so crowd themselves upon our utttnlioil, anil new facts accumu lating every day, compel us, in jus tice to all pal ties, to defer making a newspaper report ol this memorable raid Ihrough our county. I'.y our next issue we expect to be in posses i. hi of nil Ihe imiiortatit fads bear tig on I lie case, and if uiilt'.itnmrllcil and Dec to speak, the dark deeds ol vamh.li -in iliat marked the progress of i lose licensed outlaws through the county shall be fully and fleoly ventilated in our columns. Suffice it that enough is already known to makes record that will lot-over make ike l t't! name of Cattersoti's militia hate last aud illfsttlOUS. Monticci Uuardian, Oth (Ark.) A knowing gentleman, rrhfl deals not in fancy, stated that VVoodmff count v win uoi get over ner invasion by the Arkansas jay hawking militia for the next six yea its. Many families would have settled iu its rich low lands, but for this aflsir, h ive sought other localities BretW, I h. MU.I'llA. Oar town was visited on Sunday hist bv between two nnd llirce hiiti died Arkansas militiamen, under eollltnftlld of Dale and Monks The ft) finer nolilietl the merchants ot the pla e to meet I a i tn at Berry's sloie, Utl when a number had assembled, delivered a harangue to them, tin purport of which was to get a p plies for Ins 1 troops." The upshot of the matter w ;ts, he sccur.d su i plies fi nn our mcrchaiils amounting to six or s.'Von hundred dollars, vtilh the aUMUItl ice at tli.-v would be paitl for by autboi ities. Wo UOlieoar ntrrclmnl nifty get their !... . . . nti 111.- law reqnlrea I Be State Oiianls to nirnuti. iiit-u Mi OtOltllUg, . it . I as roaxaialtad mostly o the snpiiliea clolkiiigi Itlaa eis, shin's, etc., the stale anl h'.i it o-s inav rehise tu par lor then.. Xorth (Ark,) Rm I.'..'. a wtvur. V.'e have heard ol a little inei.lent that took place at l'nri'ilkeet illittl' in nn n in.' cnaiaeiers ol n.iie mi. Monks were, cotilntstetl, anil wlierein Mil ks lather l.-tnl if on the p.usuli horn eoioieil. i .ile weiil int.. the sloii- Mr. Cottrell, and latlian :hat he P (lottreli) was not arNMaf t aaall hun Ijwmv; giHHt.s ami iukh a receipt tin tin ::i, he went l.ciiiml the cmiiilci an. I cmiiieneeil hi Ipnitt WawWM to v.halt-t.-r he (..inlet I, ami the pruli.i MHty is ihiU he would have gone through "' ( i.ttrell's stsite in llie latest an, I apiruved sly kr, had it not kkfta lor (to his credit be it sanl.) Mon'is, w bo (old btui they bml no , IL.I .... I . . . - use !r sin h ai tides ss be bud taken and that it nas not tight lo take tin in, wht-rcniioii hale cho 'H' near .rrfl worth of iiuormanon oi vii, r wm mm phiUK ami 1 ;''Vfl Bj-kausr; l waw e-- 11 001- tlliret-i awxaatwH LlalalBaW J-.sc. t -ka? - mmWrnrnW WmmW TT. - . .dtM Gordon nm others lmvo returned to their homes in Lowlsburjf, from which they were driven by Clayton's things" iiicelish." There ure a few of the latter still loitering about the towu. Clarksville Democrat. T' and Manufacturers' Association. A reyular meeting of the Planters', I Mnnufacttirers' md Mechanic' Aasoci- , ntion convene.! in ihe Senate Chamber, hi the Capitol, on the 20 h inat , when (he meeting was called lu order by the il 'resident, Oal. Wesson, Who read an J sddiesa on the purposes and object of Association. Or. Vaiden read an address oil ihe uljectof agriciibure. Hon. Abraham Murdock, of Lowndes, On moeiun of Rev. Mr. Stainbsck these gentlemen weie requested by the Association to furnish copies of their j Adddiesses for publication in 77tc Ciar- itm. and thn papers of the State gen- erally. The Committed appointed at die last meeting of die Association, In trpofl by laws (or 1 be government of the Associa tion, through tbeir chairman Mr. Wesson, made Ihe following report which was adopted : Articles (.Association of the Plan ters', Meolwniof and Mamifaotur- m' Association of Mississippi: Wiikreas, The growth and manufac ure 01 cot on ooneutuie very important branches of National Indtislrv, larrelv .,., . ,. I., , 1.1 f 1 involving the labor and c-ipilul of the country ; and Wiiehkas, Their future development j and socio ss require co-opertilion, on the I part of those concerned : J Therefore, We, the citizens of Uisels j si pi, fur the purpose of promoting more etfectually, Ihe advancement of these j interests, do hereby agree to associate ourselves under the name of " The : Planten', Mechanics' and Manufaetur. 1 I iiuj Association of Mississippi b lemeii hy such laws and regulations as Ihe Association may from lioie lo lime adopt. BY-LAWS. MKMUK KSIU r. AHTIftK I. Srction L. Any person may become a , member of this Society by hating his: ..nine enrolled by the Society, suhsdrib j lug to its articles of Association and by! tile payment of onu dollar to the Secre tin y. !cr. 2. Each member of this Associa tion, honorary members excepted, shall j pay to the Secretary two dollar per a mum as a condition of membership, 8ec. 3 No deb' st.nl I be contracted, which shall be binding on the Associa tion it is member individually, beyond 1 be amount of ihe subscription or annual I dues for one eur. OFflCKRfl kLROTIOM A ItTICLK 11. 130. 1. Tha vfAevn of this AniAittntinn ahull emi-ist of President, Vice Pres cient for eivli judioiiil disiiic-i in the S'Hte, a SeoraiRry, t Qurrepoiidirt Se cietnry nl Truref, mid I.inr Direo tur, who, logcther slmll eonMitttts the government nf the Assooisiiun, ny seve i if whi shall ennsthute a quorum for 1 1 c I I'fins .ciiiin cf baalnea. The officer ofih. rVasooiation ltM sleeted nt its nntiunl msetint for one ye-'ir. T IK OOVERNMSS'K AKTICLff III. Sec. I. The tiovirnmenl slmll huve power to hold its mealing M nich times mid plsces hs it nmy think proper, lo Hppuint committee nn psrtieaUr subjects irom meml .Ts nf the AMoeislion, to print it ii I olrculs's eornrnent, lo puhiahrii' n o. .. il.e nmmmn.nmn n,l t .,! ; carry into execution such other measures ! aa it may de. m proper and ej edient to I promote die objects of the Association. ; 2 I. The Onfurarnvnl n f ii,e a.,;.. I ii.,,, shall choose the 8,-cretarj', define j ihH duties and tlx ihe salaries of all the j officers of the Association, fi'l vacancies i in (heir own body occunimr after the an- I una! election, al any meeting at which a quorum may be present. MKKTIMJS ARTICLE IV, N'p. 1. This Association sl-all hold annu il m.-eiings for the choice of officers and lira transaction of tiuiness at the Capital, at such lime as the 1'jesident inav deelenale. Sec. 2. The President shall call special meeiimrs of the Government al any lime Aid pine, upon written applicaih n of ""J members of the (JoTernaraot, such meetuifs shall have power lo appoint agents and committees DUTIES OF CFiriCHRS. A KT TCLB preside ' Hn,l 0f j Sec. 1 . 'fhe President shall at all meetings of ihe Assoctaiiun l'ie dovernmeiit. c ill annual meenngs ol the A.socis'ion. snd special meetings of the f.vernrnent. ami superintend the in-teie-its of the Association generally. Sec 2. The Senior Vice President shall aid ihe President in ll his duiiea, and in th--absence of the lresident, per form his du'ies. Sc, 3 ll snail lie the duly of each V ice- President, as speedily as . envenient, In OTgSfdS" A-socia'ioi.s of Agriculturists, Manufacturers and Mechunics in each county m ins district, to visit ss many eoiinnes as convenient to correspond 1 wiib hfsdinn prominent or enterprising ! men f the above named classes, write ' lor the i.ewspat ers ol hi di-lrict. secure j their co operation, to nse his influence ! Usn-riliy to deeh.p lie resources of the eountrr. and to collect information as to the ptoducta of his district, and forward I to t! L-retsry of the Association. Her, 4. The Secre'arles shall attend n all rneetino-s of lh- Asaocia ion. and of tne nvernm.n', seep a re.-.ril ot Ideir proceed iif, and carry lata execu tion all order", vote, ami resolution", nut I ws started by hi, particular friends in other, i-e troi idcd fm, keep a Its. of the 'he House. The object is (o prevent the Baaaatfera tit ihe Association, c.illect the 1 incominu administration from beine; bur-"--nients and dues, and pay them over 1 lened or embarrassed with the appoint to he Ttcaurer ; noiify .ifiireis of their j menta of President Johrson. It is stated .lection, furnish a Si - -Chairman of commit hy some that the Senate will, in accord let a ih 'h name of their u.e-nbera i ance with ibis peliion. refuse to con- fur. . ih the Vice-Presidents of the Nation al Asociiion of the Stale, with repnrta ihe ,laUaUcal inlnrma'ioti received be Ihe Vice Presidenta, and county I coirea. Associations, and conduct all ihe "iidence of the Aaaorialioti and of the I ' Kovernmen'. Sec. 5. The Treaaarer hall receive t all mnnevt due the Aaaoci.iion from ihe Secieiart . keep a correct account of ihe r, and pay il oat upon ato warrant of the Secr.-iary. c-mnterai(ned by any one member t.f tSr n .verniaen'. and at tei.d in all the financial ialerrati ef ike Aatoaiaiina. cottytr Associartos. MM TT. tree. . It ahell be lit, doty eownty Aaaoeiaifon, aaxiliary 10 oelalioa. ehioagh ll SrereUt 'ihe 8iei at Icoontv Aa.oeiaoi.n. aaxiliary to isaa Aa - - ,h. laaaK LtdrTT .oelaline. aSina.lt ll SrereUrt. nl fara- VL.u. aawfal kTO lot '-b - Secretary of the Slant Amf. mtfmmmmmM .ni , ia aaoaib. at 2lmmZl.M C ' i YATZ BAW-BJ-awe ana Govern ef. -7- -e mK. . awBatna WAWAW 1 klan,,.' ia aaawaWJ SW -awj AMKMlMKNTS, SEFBALS. ARTICLE VII, Sec. I. These by-laws may be amend ed or repealed by a vote of two-thirds of the mom' era present at any meeting of the AaaociatioD. J. M. Wesson, Behj. Jones, Committee. Mr. Hooker offered the following reso hit mns. which were seconded by' Col. Withera In a forcible address, and unani mously adopted : Kesolved 1st, That this Association will hold an Agricultural, Manufacturing and Mechanical Fair, at the Capital of the State, on Ihe 4th Tncday of October, 1 RiiP in wl ill it it i-1 mi in 1 1 hu un.i.iintnH ! ' - - -- - ...... i' r by the President of this Association, to i frirrAdnfiiul unli riptmirion. u .rrii.nl I i.ri&lii manufacturers and mechanics, and to adopt such rules and regulations as may be necessary and proper to carry out this resolution, anu to invite exhibitors Irom Resolved d. That it ia earneetly recommended to each and every county in Ihe Slate, lo organiae county associa- the States, ions, in aid of and co operation with ibis Association, and that lh-y send del" gates to ihe Slate Fair in Oclorber, 1 869. Resolved. 3rd, That a committee of five be appointed by ihe President of Ibis Association, to appeal 10 the military commander of this State, for such aid as may be necessary lo carry out this State Fair. The President appointed the following Committee on Stale Fair : 0. E. Cooper W, T. Withers. 0. A. Brougber, Zach Phillips, Wm. French, Thomaa Green, W. B. Taylor, A. H. Arthur, 0. D. Sid way, Cltas. Williams, Root, Kells. E. j Barkedale, Dr. Baley, T. E. Helm, H. B EvBnfli j. M. Taylor. ., ... , - Ihe following resoluit ton was otteretl by Hon. Abrara Murdock, of Lowndes. and unanimously adoplerj : Ilesolved, That the President shall select three members of this Association, ; who shall in conjunction wilh himself, have the right to appoint the Vice-Presi-den's and other officers, provided by (be by-laws, which person, so appointed, shall tie considered as the officers ol tins Association, lo be held in the city nf " Jackson, on tbe fourth Tuesday in Octo ber, 1869. The following resolution was offered by Capt. Bustamante, of Attala, aud unanimously adopted :j Hi-solved, That the thanks of this As soctation lie, and are hereby tendered, the railroads of this State, for the great re duction recently made by them in their Freight lrff upon fertilizers. On motion, the Association adjourned, subject to the c ill of the President. A. B. Bakkf, Secretary pro tvm. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. Washington, Jan. 27. Parties representing themselves to bo agents of tl.A ('nil!.!. r..V'nl.irii...irs; uSu liam with authority to ask ot the FooVntl flovarnmaiifs Mia rflnncriiiMan nf Mw insurgents as belligerents. Gen. Urant was besieged to-day by callers and office seekers. The Ohio delegation in Congress, after consultation, have agreed lo urge " sturdy old ISen " Wade for a place in Gen Grant's Cabinet Langston, the somewhat notorious colored person. Is an applicant tor the place of Minister to Haj ti. Senate Henderson introduced a bill allowing lialt dozen Indian tribes to become citizens of the Uni ted States. Pomeroy Introduced a bill reviving thtj grunt tor a railroad from Selina to Gadsden, Alabama. LTumuuii report eu a tun punisning , nicgai acceptance oi oiuce wirn Mot moru f1,a" tholisaud dollars nne' Adjourned, , "OVSE In the contest for prece deuce of business, the Speaker said th matters pressing for action were :j ul "wuiuiiMuu oi sl,ecl payments; constitutional "'"ondnients ; suffrage the Georgia election case; uiuiness trotn the ice-; construction Committee, and tariff. The suffrage bill was resumed, aud several substitutes ottered. Bing ham s makes all voters except such as may hereafter engage in rebellion, i Shellabarger a sitbstitute allows the disfranchisement of those here tofore engaged in rebellion. No no- ' lion taken. The House went into j Committee of the Whole and ad- join lied. The defeat of the Branch Union j Paeilic Railroad bill involves the i I loss of two millions subsidy. The Secretarv of iheTreasorv ro. "oniinends the disposal of the blanch ! mints in Korth Carolina, Georgia! nn. i means, to tne oest ativau- '"f'- t i- ; vi.-i i. . i ri iv i ii i ii i m i rAcc,icu i ii tsaitimore lv his lamilv very soon .v ........(, . ... j . AUGUSTA, G., Jan. 27. Kx-Gov. I ickens, formerly Minister to St Petersburg, died at his residence, iu iidgeftetd, on Monday last. President Johnson's Nominations Not to be Confirmed. It ia atnted thst ome of Gen. Grant's friends lmve for some time pnst beee in- tlosirionslf rirenlsllnr; a petition nskins '',e Senate not to cofttirm any more nora- inalinns made by Ihe President thia sea 'on. whether ihey be Republicans or Wemocrala. It has a'ready received the signa'uies nt nearly all Ihe Kepnbltcan members of the IJoue, ami it will. It Is expected, be laid before ihe Senate m next executive session with the name of eTety Republican In ihe House attached tn to ii. li i unuers'oo.i mat this move ment has the sanction of CJen. Grant, and firai any more nominations that may be aeot in, and that thoee now before it will indennaiely postponed. W will be exceedingly aorry to know - Aim ai j mat tins Detroit Wl be resner.torl ainee -U deter, if il dura nol eniitely deatroy. r me eoabrnaatinn ol Ike nnaumti ..I Oenerala Buchanan and Oillem.wnn were recently noa.ina.ed .o ihe tea..e lor kS vacant Brigadier iteneralahip. br Preai dent Johnaon Tke very fact thai ihet are ibe nominee, of Prenideet Johnaon will load to injure then naaae, afier t reaid.alJohnaoe baa anne oat of otBce. ble Tba Ooaereaa of th, Uniiad butea ia al im oM a bady af toadtet. .wko mM. W,,, GENERAL NEWS. Athena, Tennessee, has a colored al derman The Ohio penitentiary has 1,057 con vict. The State debt of Michigan is $3,614, 077. The winter has been as warm in Eu rope as here, Hon. D. J. Pratt, the new Senator Hum Indiana, lives in Loganspnrt. A velocipede has been made in Jack- j son. Ex Governor Dennison, of Ohio, wants a seat in Grant's Cabinet. An snti'horse thief association has bfen forme1 in Grn,? county, Tenn The production of copper in Great j Britain ia decreasing. Paris velocipedes have a watcb-at- ! tnhm"t 10 lime Pc- , ! It I" proposed to bring all the railroad j into Chicago by subterranean tunnels. Iowa, with a stringent liquor law, con sumes $1,996 6S3 worth of liquors per year. Canada boasts nf 1.10O acknowledged lunatics, and asks for money to build an asylum for them. Philadelphia is run this year by b Bjerj Wolf n-.pnuirnrin m mavnr a HOT anil the Tbe Emperor Napoleon is building a yacht which is expected to beat every vessel ol its class afloat. The expense of tdnning the Cincin nati water wotks durini; ihe last year amounted to $522 .628 09. Freemasonry increased in influence in j England last year more than in uny pre- vious twelve month. A monument to cost 85,000 ia (o be erected over tbe remains ot Sim Hous ton, al Huntsville, Texas, The woman suffrage bill hans flie i" the Dakota Legislature, but is considered 1 10 have a fair chance of passing The Newburyport Herald finds n respmblance between Bismtvrck and Ben. Butler. of Wales tork nix tlerre Th Prin in Freemasonry, in Btookbolm, Imsi munth. TltousAnds cf wbeflbarrows ro pnsp ing through Cairo for use on ihe Missis sippi levees Botlth. In Louisville, Friday, a ohool princi pal ibot a mnn named Hady for making insulting proposals to his wift. The Montreal merchants have resolved to export two millions worth of small silver coin, to et rid of it. L ynebburg papers nortiplHln of iltttt city beifltf overrun with id lo voting men, who are leading a tagJibond life. The widow uf Jam 01 (. Birney, once , Prom,ne"1 a-a '' fat Geneva, New Y rk. 8. A. Richardson B 1!..' rn, Iihs been at Nt-wbren, j appointed Cliief of Police North Carolina, j The Louivile, New Albany and Clii- 'cago Railroad is to be sold in .pril under court d. cree to the bigllfiat bidder. Olilre oil administered iniitnully, it is asserted by ft prominent E'lLjIisli physi cian, is art excellent remedy fi gntii. Albert BidneV Johnston and Lov. ll II. Rousseau lest tide by tide in the New Orleans cemetery. J. H. Stockton was elected -United States Senator by the New Jersey Legit- t,ro un.j. u.. Baton James Rothschild had four or five times as much money as George Ogilvie Byron Youni; is preparing n book l0 ,)H , 1 the " Mysteries and Miseries of Tennessee." Cotton seed meal 1 being shipped in ; large quantises from Tennessee to Ohio j aa food for cattle. Thus lar there have been only sixteen recruits for the raging melieh in Davidson county, Tenn. An English paper has dis-DVerod thai the United Slates contains Iti3 oOU.000 hens. Hog "holers prevails in Ii iberlson county, Tenn. Filteen lios died on one place ner Springfield a few days ago. The cattle in Southern in large numbers Indiana are from eating dying 8mu,ly corn' Cornelius Vanderhili ha a lot of poor nepnews antl nieces Inn g m Iowa, t hey sre strictly honest and respectable. The Missouri Legislature has appr .. ' 'printed 1 . 500 000 to run the State gov- ernmenl. Ibis includes ?200,000 for executive expenies. Tbe Girard estate, in Philadelphia, last year yielded an income ot S40S.8.'!l, of which $447,876 was expended. The college received $135 648. The Ohio Legislature, at its present session, it ia aaid, will probably paas a I law aubmittini woman suffrage to a pop ular vole. Geo. Cooper of Teniessee. sy mar tial law will not be proclaimed in anv county until after the organisation and equipment of the militia. Mr. Joa II. Bradlev haa been restored the hor nf tko Snnrem. l',.a.i f .b Oiatiict from which he was removed bv tbe tyranny of Judge Fisher during the hist Surratt trial. It ia aaaerted that the present condition of ihe public sers.ee mini's a lo of 1100,000 000 a rear Of thia amount 116,000,000 are SaWgaaHl aa the de psrtment of custom', and P7.1 OOO.OoO to that of internal r vt-nu. Col. H. C. Chamber' sin house, in et , . ... ... Loahoma county. Miasiastppi, and Ihirty - ' ' forty bile of cotton were destroyed by fire laat week. Loa, SS0.000. Tbe three policemen charged with Ihe man.Uugh,,, of ihe I.I. ex l.dge Til , n. . 1111 ' i-'rr..ned. aeeat of tha . '" i ' -a.ra.ay ) New T-et. wweM Mar Vya rmi tu atteottoa mt tk. b .a. i mm-M- wMr wLA L r A n L A a ware Ino kuy si b eowaty. to ibrte tVIAai"l' TW' n'tL-n. id to lb., aaa-vita-. -Z!ZJ3irifmimmW Mt And o.a,tM lk. . f-lr- JmmmmmtrL P'oaiin attorney P7M CHI alUnd tree. A '. ajmrxore. of ff.ira in GeSli. eata aad aSaWA lhat nasnr,'. m written a letter laSwi re r ora at end ing or JllioB hiBiny aTMakaw Lwawawaw s WIS s . NW Vsn, Nov. 3, 18bS. To iha People IBMrsi a to to. Wheu tbe, pur medicinal raatorative uow so widely known as Wolfe's Schiedara Schnapps, was ludroduced into tbe world un I der tbe eudorseineut of four lueuaand lead- i iiig members of tbe medical profession sou I 20 years ago, its proprietor was well aware ' tbat it could uoi wholly escape the penalty I iitucbed to all uewand useful preparations. He tl.erefure, endeavored to invest it with ibe struiigest pussible sale guards against counterfeiters, and lu render all attempts to Mini-, i. minimi nun uanuerui... .v w.a aub.nitled to distinguished chemists fur itottlysis, ani prououueed by them the purest I dpint ever niuiiuluetured. Us purity aud properties having been thus ascertained, rumples of tbe article were forwarded to itu tliut.saud physicians, including tbe feuding praciiciouerd ia tbe Uuited States, fo pur poses of cxperimaul. A circular requesting a tri.! ol the preparation aud a report of tbe result, accompanied eaeh epec.oieu. Four I ibuusanij uf the most eminent medical ineu in the Umon promptly responded. Their 1. pinions of ihe article were uaauimoufly favorable. Such a preparation, thev said, lisil long been wanted by the profession, aa j no reliance could be plut-edon tbe ordiaary ! Honors nf niimmirn. itl nf whieb wri rant or laaa adulterated, and therefore unfit rurlfJOODS OF AI T. HVHIS Rfll It I medical purposes, Tbe peculiar excelleoees , ,,.. Tl. l- ,1 unit strength ot the oil of juniper, which I'linued cue ot tbe principal ingredients of j the Scbtiai ps, together with au ouallojred character of ihe alcuholic element, give it, ia the BBtlraaiion of tbe faculty, a marked su- j perlorlty over every other dlfTusiva stiiuu lant as a dbiretye, tonic and restorative. i These aatilfaotriry credentials from profes sional men nf the higrbest rank were pub tislted ia a condensed form, aud enclosed ; with each bottle f the Schnapps, as one of the guarantees of it genuineness. Other pre cautions were also ndopted; a patent was ob tained for the article, tbe label wss copy I righted, a far mmilr of tbe proprietor's auto ' graph ligature wns attached to each label nnd cover, bis name and tbat of the preparation were emboaied on the bottles, and tbe corks were sealed with his private seal. No arti cle has ever been sold in this country under the same of Bchapps prior to th introdnc- in 1 M' : iril i lie label whs deposited, as bis trtiiU mark, in tUv United Slutei Diairiet Uoitfi for Ibe t-'outhe u District ut'N.w York fur Hiht yef. i meht be 8t(poieil br persons noac- jqiltUittfd with th driog character vf lb i ' pirrttes itIio upou tbft reputation vf i : bonotdhl merc'hHHts b-j heading deletnriuui trnsl) ntider their mime, tbat the protections j bo carefully thrown arouo4 these Schuapps would liAVt prerlnded tbd Introdnctinn and i ! sale of conute: teits. I wry ecuir however, i only to brtve lilnulatfd iHe rapacity of iru- poritffTI, The trade murk of the proprietor i 8loleri; lV9 indoraemenl mhch ibl DcneiQnm Aromatic ncnapps aune receiTeu 1 Irom (lie medtcftl protesion bat been claimed ; by mettiftefofti hnmbns; hia Tabcrt and hot- tlea hrivc been imilaied, hid ndveffttiements paraplirikted, his circulars copied, and worse 1 than nil, dishonorable rittllfM, aflet' dikpos- int? of the genuine contents of his bottles, t have filled them up with common gin. the most deleterious of all liquors, aod thus made bis name and brdnd a cover fur poison. The public. tUc medical prot'esuj juit and lire lick, lew wborrt the Scbeidnai Aromalir Sobnappi is prescribed as B remedj, are etjualtr Lot treated vtitb the proprietor in the detection nd suppiVssioD ofibeae nifarionn pruct i tea. The gen fine article, mannfac ! Hired at the establishment of the under- j sUwett, io .Scheidtin, Vfolland. i distilled I from a harlev of the finest quail tv and V, Vtfred with no es?.i-itiitl e.tret of ihe berrv of the iialiai Jtiilntr. of unequalled puritr IS v a pincess unknown in (he manufacture nflifij other liquor, it is frfed from everj iicrrnanntoti 1 corrosive Mtmtnl 1 O.itfriilatrit hv hean realf4 from inc leading nltysicutii and faiulllea in tha ..mhkss Htavks nrtfisaal nt i iien. inoisiiwrw ,r ilia Schaldsm SehUHpuH in thus., rjiarkats : and Imfeltat who sre in t,V rrahii nt us:nu is m aalldota to llie l-aiieful inUuenea n( iinwhnlasoisa ritsr wster, testily ti.ut uhesp aln, t"tt tip in Si liei Ji.fr. bottles, is rraejiisrii y iilnie,l "S UD"S the unwary. 7he aSUt "I U.p urtdersiiAied liafw t.r-eri reqnFealed to institute In- riulrle..n tb sill J.:t, sd IS ttwararl to l.iin the name nf satin uartfe u inaj majr ascertain to t' eii'';ir-H it. the iitroKiims syeleru nf dereitiin. In ' .-, . .,,0 , w i, . the undntlened would snv Ihnt he Iisn insliii-t il. I'miK i.nOs-r the hand, ol the most .lis tingnlslred men of science in Amerii-a. pr.ints unsn swaiitl.1 ef the purity nnd rAtrdlnl ex-e.I'lic ol the Sl-he il oS rutSatkl Sehlinpi-s ; that he hus a, ueudfd rn4l.y thnnaantl dollars in si.rro.u.rlir.s it wiiii etiurant anff sifenjaida, which he .1 signed , -l.-.iiltl prnte.it the pnldleand liimscil aa-ainst Irand tile'.'i Itnltatlmi : trial he iiua shown It to te Ihe only llqnnrl Ihe w irld tb.t ran ne uniformly de pended upon a nnadnlteratsd ; that he has ehal- ' lenj-i il invesliijatii.il . unalysis. compmiton sad ax l.erlment in till its forms : and from every orileal the itrapantOAn whirh l-esrs Ms nsme. sesl und i t.r ide lasrki Tats come off triumph tut. He Iheie- i !nre feel, it s duty he owes to res fellew-eiliiens I lf4rMrslly', Ihe niedJroal nrofesston and ihe aiek. t-t aVaounrS and expose the ehsrjetans who coun- n-rteit th -se evldunc nf identity, and he rslls t.pon I the pre and the puhlic lo aid him ii. bis erfurls to raaasfv so ift-etri as evil. The lollf.wllu letters and certiiVares from the : lelrsr pKyaiamn and) eSsrHVIft f rSrs city will prove to lt- rentier that all utaata stud a trie un daraiirSId all they ura ie.treeHted lo he. UPOt.PHO W0I.FE. i I feel bonnd to say. thnt t regard your Schmpps ss heiii" it, evety rvspact pre-emiiieui 1 v mire, and i dewervln? of medical patronage. .At h M events, it' i- Ihe puret urMslBJIe article of Holland Ilia, here- , tofore nnol.tiiimole. and asuneh rrrav be safely pre- ' sorilwd by phystiaans. UAVII) jilOTT. at' 0. HI dsa STtt, N'w Yo.i, Nov. 11. 1PK7. ' I'rol.iMi i WwittK', Estj . Ire-teat : OrtAN Rm- 1 ftavi rimd.- a chemical examination ot a snuiple of ynnr Sehaldara Schnapps wah the. intent, "f ileiermiuinlt if any foreian or h prions snhotanS had been ailded to Ihe simple distilled spirits. Tl.e Fxi.ii.ii. alio baa rm.lt in the conclusion ! thai the sample c'ontliued no poisonous br harmful admixture. I have been unable to discover any truce t.f the delcli-riot.sBiibsMllces whii-b are em ployed in the a lulterstion of liquors. 1 would not hesitate In aa. myself a recommend lo otljers for medtc.il purposes, the Scheidara rV-hnapps aa an ex cellent aval 'iriotijectionsble quality of gin. V.-iy respectful ly vonra, (StgaM.I ('HAS. A. rtKEI Y. Chemiat. N'h V.isx. it t sua Stkkt, MoveiaiDer fn, 1S67; UOOT.rTtO WOLFS, Bo .. Prhnl: wSAsatHi 1 have submitted to chemical inatv tis two katajM ol Scheidaut Schnappa " which "I Ink Ions a Leah pat Urn- In year landed ware ! Ma, n. I ttml as before, that the apiriUious llajuor is tree from iijurious inaredietita or faUjiticaliaSi; ' that it baa the ina.ts of being aged and not n rtltt , ly prepared by mechanical admiXtnr ef alcohol ly prepureu by mectiamcal i and aroraatioa. Respectfully KIIKP. r. MATKR. Chemist. krw Yoax, Tuesday, May 1. 1 UnoLPiio n'nLFR. Es,: ItKAK ftta: Tb want t.f oure trine, nnd l.tquoes for inertii iiwlp, n poses hat loax been fell by the aiofjaawia. aM tli.osi.nds of IWea bjava been aacri fl ed tty the u-e of adiiltarated siticrO. Dellriura treiren. ami othe diseases of il brain and nerves, so rite it. this tounlry, a- vefy rtce in Kurofte j tiwinc in a irreat deirree lo lb diS.rei.ee in th. pnriry ol tbe spirits sold. We have tested the several article, tmnorted anil '"M SJ jaa, las tuiina yoar Oia, which yoo aeH -- .,".....i -i ,.,in,,i i-cnriwin. r- noaops. wlrch "W r uisiderltly entitled to Ihe tlgh repo ! it has required la thia enoatry ; and trora y.ii.r lttn-eapertei.ee as a fortrn irop-'rler. mar 1 Batled Wire, and Llfaais should meet with" the saine demand. I We would recommend .oa tn apfmlnt s-sma nf lh 1 respectable aather inaa in d Rereal arte ef the c.ijras aaen's f-rt al of your Brandies and Wines, where llie pp fMnn ean obtain tha same when neetled tot medicinal parpoae. IVi-l tin ytsi sncrssaa In voor now enterpi lee. we rem on v .in ot.ed.ent soevantj.. VAUUiTtXI MOTT. . P.. Profaw-or of Sortory fniver-tv Med Wall t',.la. ow York. j. m CABsncaaa, at. o.. fr..fes.. . Ma mrai Sorft y, .ii..'enn-in-i'hH-f to the Sute llo.pi t-l aac. Be It aaS Slxtaawll .treet- ijswn asm a. i' .No. m Br..dway. ;,,,',. w i R s t K R . Id "d . . N oTi' J Vt n th at rae t . NH.-OS STEKUC. M. n . Kn. j; Ble, kr .t i'.ll H rtKII.V. a. P. .No no Fourth at. B I RAl'HtRI. V 0 Psdeiave of lb Priaci p!e. aadj 1'iaclice o Hnrjeiy Sew T -k Meaical fnlleire. etc !o. 91 Minth street, aad ctbaa. The proprietor alto offer, f.r Mia leal Hioe. mmm l.aA)sor, oapnrled and tM.tded by kioiself. eli re.tly at medicinal aso. Rack boitl. baa hia cer tificate of its perilv. raei.ras rrpi ri CASSELI. dt Bt ;HA r.a Mkw. n, juiai. Patent MeUlllc WWta CTaUaMl)wa i t ever Ua - - - mikU,i.fWrV1 aekawa.W aa . raw. 1 nraaes -""T ore art cat. k. -1 e ia this al. . T J .r ,s- r-,: r "" r-ontimea LOGAN & CO., Have removed their NEW AUCTION BOUSE, j to the house recently occupied by Mr, J. B. Sberrard. SOUTH SIDE COUKT SQ., ('anion. niM. vv.w J l II I, U IVl.ll'U kJS 111' DAYS OF SALE: Monday, and Saturdays Sale Every Night. IT Come and get Goads at Vol" It OWi 1'llKESIj.n LOCAN A CO. W 23, '69-lf T. C. SIEDK, 0 WATCHHAKER AN I Jeweler. PttALBM IN H'atrhes. Jrnelrj, At. W All rTKiiririf itnne tV ti..t tj-t-. I ami iS-tl ,rttmifr stt.ntii.n uivfi. lo lb- it- pir a('jutinK 'if lin wall-tint. J in t ; For !ialr ChfHp liMT faah The foil, ng lot of firrniiore will be solo cheap : 1 IIVllOt.ANt BKDSTEADon rollers. I PIANO, 1 SKIVlNt; MACHINE, I Ht Ha tit, 1 "WHAT-NOT." Address "S. S." at this Jauuarv 23, 't8. ifli CROCEME3 & SUPPLIES HHW TSAE'8 t-ROM AND AFTEU JAHARV 1, 1860, We will redoee ibe pr.ca ef GROCERIES, AuS will sell only for Tfcoaw wtaki.g Family Supplies, will do well to call on 09 before anrcbaalSn latwktre, and w caa .fiord to sett CHEAPER kan boaatl tbat do a credit basinet. COCHRAN & CO. Caoto. Jaa. 1st. 18fitt.lra ATrENTlDN, P AJfTERS CANTON & ST. LOUIS MACFAKL A.NE Dario rpiTo.i. CAavwrt. St A. MAA-SiAVN K- wko ia .nterested ia on ml mm afetatlaa.on kooaa. of St ix,... ..I patid n i.i on ka iw.ik.oeel iade.era.iwed to aaaist k.a frien.i. mf Madioon and inrmi,., t . . "M er tk. .iji. of ' NACFARLANE & FULTOR. i tToai arK or V fcLe. 1 . , . I m " aasw-,T. fr "iwtr irnwfi waaaatbaaa fast 11. Ac. tbe.r s-,ri .... eci ie 10 awaaatt ilea aaau. .i.w -AUD- IfPHlEl.f-'.inT, vsioe. tbe V te-e.' W7 Haataai SawnwLZ.'' " kmW mmmmmmmmmmmmmA