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1 IE . JKjf aaulga saw sim - . . .Bui 10 geegrapfiicaJ hare - & -. - r. ' l i tf-x if-, (St IBS ""ssr7JaseasVJe" ' TJIR APPEAL JJ rortJiTrI llli rxp or the time rAio roa, wxur AI.X IxTTEXi twciflii'O Uuimnci tvtrii - -'Arncx-jotrr ax ructrrcxxa. oiusui sbe PsorairETomi wiix fid iiold THtvsr.LTrs nr. remiu mir tv x.otsti that er cccb M M P H I S . vgOKDATlJIOEKISG, JUKE 21, 1857. deko"cka.tic iroirnfATioirs rex coxaaxsiy- " v - 57ILLIAM T. A.VET. " rtX THE SETATK,. ' i : ; J. KNOX WALKER.. ..' ' v .flTTMP&iySY R. B'ATE", WILLIAM C. DUNUAP, ' f B. TO. M. KING. CHUEOH. AHD STATE. . JMali fce evHrto'be- avoided in either es l -tabHshfng or e-&BUtiutg a good government; ,'jsijsthe Kkhnwad Efainrx there are none . Ba'palpaWe aad alarmt; as these aria leg from ' tie immob &r ijfUeate association of Church awl State. PeNtics attd relijioc should be s wide apart : la exercise as tbey are designed to be really in ' their respective objects. The one pertains to things earth ; the ether points to a higher and holier wissiea. Each is iHspensabls in ''its peeaHtr jprevinee, to the existence of civil . viieecttty aad tbe e4fasewt EasnUnd. But 'they bfteeg, Bet Ies4 by ihe jaws of God than tbe reareBeflts ef aH rightfal legislation,- to r-eparale epberes of asefulnees. And, to con fsesd Ummo is at 009 o amalgamate iBesn criMHs Meraents, te degrade religien to the leiel'&f aeeillart iceitcer&s. aad ta' imnair tbe jSHIkr ef trSislittve actios, br obtraeing it . vwm 'attters beyond its feaeTj,'apd investlnf . HMft4i;rjn& -wHh aa authortty which belongs a4eK .o,the Soprtme Rsltr of the inise. -- Tke Cfawch relate to things eternal, the Ste -t these lbat are teaperal. In" monarchical ; acistoeratle coeatries, H ianot altoether " Teesisteot for the State te centrol the Church, or the Chareli tbe State, for, there, freedom of iheegfat and action are in humble obedience to the iMperial -Kill of Lings and courts, or of a I deset, whe iiwsk superiority, and exercises 'aitxuttnttH v-deriveJ neither directlr nor 'ihdi- rectlr frea fbe' people tbe only 'source of legitimate political! power. ;But under a Re f paMloe Gorertawat, triat poiics ajid.rerjgjon ' tiheoM be at all related, Is ceatradictbry to fWsetandrtgirigu subversive of the instf ta4fe8 wb ttfe a'je' thereby perrerteri'rom their )ijljisg, and prostMated to the hase designs V aCJeaiigogttes and hypocrites. ""Sternest eotoriovs iestanee in which a d.'s- pflrrJon has beea indicated on! the- part ot the American people, te render relijioc an. element e-f political warfare, was in the introduction ot Kiew-NethisgicB, the speedj dewsfall of ,do, in aceaselees round of pleasures and indulg wfcichafrhl evidence of an appreciation of the j nce. Oh, hat! could say some words to arouse geauH-ef oar . gaveraaeAt, and a txseas for coagtititUeBl liberty, watch will rer gjori- oaeiy ilffistrate the pages of our political his- tory. Bat while Know-Nelblngitm presented pspesmea ier me astes or mureu ano time and health which. Go? has lent tneia. nu; , which weald have iavested it with all , to proceed ; there is yet another cause for this, the tptsaal e law, and was cried down by , jjich j have not yet considered. In Europe the aerator Voice so soorf, it is not to be pre- nd at the Northi it is worth something for a IsaaMwhsferred-that politics and religion are j person to turn his or her attention to literature. iattfwMeafrbetag brought together in action j smi writers by the labcra of their per.8, have cnDT- j growrr immenself wealthy, others have made At the Nerth, the of rae hq are J independent fortunes, and the most have made earled' atoistera f. the gospel, are not- unfre- i-x fair iiTjng by it. Northern editors pay well qaently devoted entirely to denunt.aUon of the for their contributionf ; better, much better Ihan SirtherH people and tberrinstituti as ; the. sub- , io Ui0,e 0f tbe South ; therefore when a South ject of-slavery-is preached with a warmth and erner witlheg lo eater the literary dei.artment, .pasewo, a recklessness and meiidacity c.nly.'jje'.will of course send his productions to the aaHedby"freedei8hrIeke.rs'iatheLegis- best market; and thus all the genius of the Htares of the non-siavehelding IJtates and In ; South goes to support Northern periodical, the Hease ef Eepreseirfatives. 7hhPPiatB '.leaving the Southern editors to depend for tLeir oflleavea is altogether forgotte, lnde tar- ' eontributioiis, upon the kindness of al.ew raogaes of these impious demagogs j and the friends,r the insignificant articles sent u by alavebeWer of the South, with all th soul- -scribbling icboo! boys, or romantic boarning harrowing sine that Burround birr, is portrayed misses. Now if the Seath is really desirou?." Iriag' laagpage aa a -demon Jtutef al afi the m en timtnubteillr litiouU be. tn rornnete with ievil hhaseif, and the true type 0 a aoctaVsys-1 j,-orth in the literary department, much re h?iB60raS0S ini9utie"Imore horrible tUn : nains for her to do. la the first place, Soulh the blackest ains of those who hare been damned ' em editors must hold oat inducements ef a pe te eternal prdttoa, f er aay othtr cass'e. A tut cuniary character to tbe people to embark in it -fa. this same featare itu&ze towafas an. ihe field of literalwe. It Is an old savinc that atauon or politics and tgien, which has aeif eed ,etf i those dias.cf Cbris-St HSa deaoalnali. i.tht. V -..j.i'.. . iu .u .m.b. vu.i.iv. if j -V . , i ones ot. oemaauoruittnicli'fnr aireaay taken nlace. and ) mnltl. . . . f - - this ktod, an. account The last In: - vi wBich we ft. - - Yesterday, is another fee that have Induced sad. , illoaieotaddedtP forebodings for 5 hiCnion. Tbe no longer naUtnal j Presbytenin Cbur re ite organization. "f rthern members go , fj..r, another. ' St-tloa of slavey is -.coaeU.We earth; to arouse themselves to redeem the char , ,?..... ,,,. nd .o it asvould seem, ' acter of their country, to devote their attentioi !TT-i.'v ,.ii,oU, ties f brother- to Wd between the North and SanthaVe breaking. wreath of fame. Then aaln, they rhould pat Tl it. a mot eignitkant eynrptea of thr , ronlze-hne. literature. Unless the Southern iaeawcteecy of free society for the eads of self-j people iftn do wiU bedmpesaiblefor the roveraBteat. la tbe Sooth, .religious deneml- hiropriejiore of SoutrArn periodicals to do their nnflpm nr- divUed oaly P-b i.rThey .qannotaJetd to pay large remu- eMBion relaHve to rHes aad a eeniicUng faith era'u0ns to their' contrlliHtors, unless the peo- i-'aadifereat faras. Slaere is ne disposition on pe tvih, come forward and. assist thera by their ttte part ef oar peaple to.ceBtamhiate tbe ! patronage to discharge their heavy respoasibil- aipTtii peWtics.' ' jities. So both must werk together, if they wifh k Cbareh and State caaadl be combined in a , t0 Bte Southern literaUte prosper, tad obtain a vu it ia inconsistent with ! rlrrnlatlnn abroad. i . civil aa reWteas liberty, a, iaefmpatible. with those iwH-l" , 9er whlcht aloni tbe tsiad of pnaTit free aad WIety; secar. 37-Itss Satiau J Colbork, of Chaplin, Coshi., died an Thursday from the bite of a Mack eataer the tWrd death this teisog from 'tike saale eaase. tttqk "Waes. A Nebraska -correspondent ftlM! M"2ieA Cem ci rro'aZ. says . that the .W ' wages 91 lae pitoasojl tue itsstrt e enr- 7. . . - r i BK-igfet harHkeowa per trip, which coasr&osfrafearleea to twenty days. This incloeVs aaassieUBt. . Alabama Cotton Caor. A. planter writing frem Macoo caaaty, Aia., says wheat and oats ara. aacomasaly fiee ; corn, though' small, raeaiseswell Bwttberottoc crop throughout that region is the peerest tier .'known. Not taere tbaa half a crop will be r3ade fnlbat re gie. J . ScAiciTar er Cork. Tbe .Norfolk Herald eUtes that be Raleigh -aud Caston ;Kajlroad Cowy, l ceasweratios or tne great scarcuy .of eara in Nerth Carolina, are cbubs "P X licit f -P - - 7 a their reaH. A p.fic mjrtfbg j0f the citl-, 5asar nayaxcatwy, h. Weawajg alfew daysaso; at triiieh i .iT ! $tww3s casjtrrbuted to boj" com for - ., . . A Nasi lcr Rr.wAorv.-i -UU ' '6a a 'ei4e-4el retaf vef service wy recently jre- i sesatedO Miss UAoi-tN-- aKAuTj iuc . a..t Mi.. . aTtertimonial of their appreciation of tbe no We and self K&crikcirsg spirit evinced by Her in tin vraanti) sbe gratuitously rendered as as """w- - w"T ., . vrzca.r aeriaVeing spirit eviriced by ber in- the service d as as a nurse JB-a osee at sawn x. iroc " . aaaals4'cas fled ia terror. MsatrHis a"d ClaIiksv JB-a esse ef sssaH pox. from which- friend, and ,B a v . McMrHH and CLASKsviLtE nAitaoAo. We A fa4 to see frost lbs ClarksvUle Clrojs ' 'ide A a. camfraist. has been erTectedbe tuMsa. tbe dfrectersf the Memfhja division asaad ef the Ctarksville division, in regard to 1 Kl .atasai of the router, throuch tlie Inter-f casslw. at 'Oai. Tar-f, the President of the MeaiMsrf4aa. The survey on the Clarks vUle braaeit is aaw iav progress, which is to tao-tae Metapbis bt-aeh at Paris or MeLe- PcBUSHtas AKOTMt PusMc. A principle of law. tbe PbHadelptifa.Xee'r sUtes, was de cided lately ia that city, wjtb wbrjch publish ers aad tbe pablic sfiaaW be Acquainted. A licwsener.iB'anotlMP city, lately began the Is- sestf a week, wWcti he tdertised to finith in tlire vrfaaies, at ee ssuch a Volume. His agnt tint city pracured rfte a large" list ... fh at these representations. The His,' wwikabawever, hs already 'extenden to four I , .tiiifi,,rJ r, nelieve is e- akes, aad stiM-another, we believe, is t e tas finish it, Un tne neuvery or me . toJtsrwff aecorapameu oy-e. oui tor tue Ua ves-ewe ot ttte subsctllrers refused to . pay. Ut ttte pubHsber had contr.ed , to wiast. IhriarV la three volumes, and thatf . .n pa-sawiewjare amt furnish the extra ones j Gill, Geo. T. Kfinr, 'John Lamarue, F. Hohen ,'ratts. Oa tMsfce aget sued far the price of ! hansen.'A.-Hltre, Robert Bdaon, EdwaraKauf- Uefo-tttavateme. Aldermen are lfjl r.K or gMeag WraSetS far tbe plaintiff, but In this WMft juchitd PerlyTChas'W. Tfozer, Robt. tttt- tti- Tlaarr"t'w"r hom the suit was j c. Wood. ' r 'jwa ikeJerewdjnt rfght. If th. r "r" b ststti.to coiwa appeal, shjUiss tins ieetsion,irwtu than tbe reeultyrrifit,, lints bojdlngoulithough neriaepaae latenUJoiiir, what re"fUbtu-i -0tllT false iaftttce)., t0 gabscrjbe. --.v- .ry fi, - IW II il 7 .. . -IT.,... V.-lt, ,. mine ine uorary cs any gci.nti.iaii, nmui South, and where you find one Southern, boolc, you find ten Northern onei. Tbe'Jforlhern peri odicals are flou Ung the South, read by the whole Southern ssopte; but t is a comparatively rare thing Ihat.yottSndA Southern periodical North ot AIa.on's;nd Dixon's Hue. flow tnere malt be some cause for this ; and let us inquire what fittVcjuse Is.- One reason Tthint is this. The North, being lu more direct: connection with Etirppereeeivesj and can -Jherefore pub fish to the world, all foreign intelligence much earlier tfiarj the same can be done by t'j South. Again! It being an older country, the laeM tles for dispersing news, by railroad and tele graph, are much'- superior to'lhoae enjoyed by ths.So'uth. This accounts for the newspaper ; circulation being-greater ; but it is not a satis factory reason for the difference which crista kin thts.respeet, relatite to periodicals of a purejyliterary character. Now it is rtry raor tifvic.fe -xnv Southern nrldi to make the con cession, ret traJj and candor- Compel me to state, that the rause of this difference is, in ray opinion, to-be found in the superior excellence of Northern ever Southern periodicals ; of the Vrerks of Northern over Southern authors. 1 most heartily wish I could say it was other wise; but. concealing the truth will not mend th.matter ; indeed, 1 aa. taikiug inus piamiy. with the hope that it aiay roose the pride of the.Southern neoote, and incite them to make ome flferta to erntilale" their Northern breth ren. Bat the oiesUo still remains,' why is I there this difference in the quality of Northern and Southern literature ?- Is it becaus; genius is more rare, asd does not gleam so brightiy in the " sunnv South," as among our more phleg matic neighbors? I cannot belieTe this to-"be the case ; lor all physiologists are agreed that our soft Southern climate, and balraly breeies are just-the things for developing the-eloquent land Doeti'c temDeramenta. Now the cause of j this difference I take te be threefold. This be- 1 a coiaparalrrejy bw eowitrjvthe cUzene, as in allw tontrl6s,'are more-inteAupon i making mosey than upo makinga name; upon winiJnr wealth than "winning fane. They hare not, as it were, recovered from the excit ing fever of spesuUUon, and become sufficient ly calm to engage in literary pursuits. It is seldom tbe care thit tbe early history of any 1 country is distinguUhed by any noted achieve- ments in tbe field of literature. lUt secono I cause which I will asjign is, that we are a mnr Indolent neonle than eur Northern breth- ren. lnn-iact is preoaniy owjng 10 me cir cumstance of slaves biing among 113 to do our labor; but be tUe caum .wnarit may, suca is undoubtedly the case. In the "North all have their duties to 'perioral ; the female as well as the male'; but how "rarely is It the case that we find a Southern female who has any regular employment, unless, indeed. It be to secure i good match. When young jadies are raised in ' sloth and indulgenre, and taught to regard labor ; as disgraceful, it is no wonder that such, even those of talents, should spend their time as they my country- women, frn their suplneness, to iJet ths part of- true hearted women ; that I could open theireyes to tbe exceeflingsitifulness of their conduct is thus sqaanJerirg' the preciousj tbe wavta min'a heart is through hie pocket. cket. iS ia's.-basiriess ie every other in life, ; . . . J .1 J b -..j r-j 1 n ,v.n xrwb, mil mnr nar m ir. i Vf men will eirtve for litrrarr lame. -i - at - i mimvt i ;rrriCTij! ssi . .e r. . . - .tw-Bst""- t vasav v- oPTbe South. Ex-rJuXTvS - n. vt.i. k. v,iwMi.v.l'i3ti3r0tfi-Wi;rr ?yi8iita taat.piiniif niui..rr I.Knn in'MB 1abortenswav Cvn-'tWr ibe ac- cumulation of wealth; for conceal it Ms we may, the fact atilUematr.s mat a moneyeu arisiocra- cy, is the aristacracy of America. But this is not allv Alter tne editoro Dave aone uieir part, sometrfing remains for the people to do. It be- hooves them to respond to tne call, ko cease the mad strife af.er the perishable dait of me ; earth ; to arouse themselves to redeem the char ' acter of their country, to devote their attention lrfernture and win for themselves the-lanrel Oh i that I had the eloquence necessary to arouse the Southern people to the Importance b'l this subject Surely diey are not so destitute of pride and shame as to ttand quietly by, and see tbe North carry off the palm of supremacy, and make no effort to wrest it from "her. Oh I may the day soon daun when they shall see and feel aright, on this important subject. W. Fof the itemphli Appeal. !?,.,. nan' Air . June 8. 1S57. mT0Ils . Leaving, the Creseent j CUy tnonth 3ince) and havlB5 mtanwhile trav(ed M parishes of North Loulsana, j I am able to report to you .is to the rrospect of lthe cotton crop in the Ouaeblta Tlvtr country, With a cold and ba'cVward spring, the cotton is not vet far advanced ; a few squares, Dow- ever,-tre now risible, and with a reasonable season the production will be greater. than ever. The." whole world" Is in cotton, and the women-.and children all In the fields, getting" out crass. Cora looks well, but. not half enough in ecltivation. It ,ls now selilog at . ral,road jnbllee, l,n dty ute!y tttmt to be the subject cf general -remark; J was in a neighborhood in , TenneHee whtre a 'TwlM1ff01If4id,yeeMtTd located. They re H going blckj Di Jour R'e'l readers mXy look for tbem cm the comet, which ,ts cx- Tiected along, io go In your direction, some- timehis month. BERTH AND. ExtSEAT0B BrrrLCRor .South Casoliha. is Pebsokai. AprsAjicE., Tbe- llostt Jlis VztsoSAl. ArrSAUSCCr- iu- xkjsioo Htrali thus describes the personal appearance of the late Senator BJitx-kb, orbjota uaic-j una: " Ue was one or tne most nouceauie men ,a lis - C C'a-Kirwatrai anotilH f rt V r i Sh I IT r.nitlf IUC sJCUaasvC as air. va o wui su.hsss.vs, tohimand asV. ' Who isbe? His head Mai reanaelous and well foneed, covered with. 3ow- , j. whUe al bitadji rtax. .He- wore bis-hair parted in the middle, ami it was a con atant occupation for bim to bnsh it back from over his forehead. He was extremely nervous. and was in constant motion, hardly ever re maining more than two miuutea in tbe same P'1": ' T..Jr,....-.-..rt.U.J iue countenance oi uuc iuics timuutu a marked contrast to hisa-enerable and " frosty brow." It was the countenance of a child. It was effeminate in its expression, and a. con stant smile seemed resting ujfon ft. He bad the appearance of one who enjoyed life, and who could be pleased even with tridts that would fail to disturb the .gravity of a thoughtful-boy.? ' The following is'a list ot 'heman cam posing; the Sonora "expedition, which 'jett San Francisco. AJl of thera were eboi r Crabbe, It K. Wood, 1V. H. McCotm, John D. Oxley, D. S. McDowell, Henry L waits, nenjamin r.. uuiiod, utuicc t.. k Wm. Wilson, Thomas Cpates, Dr. T. J. Oxley, Charles Ei Parker, James MrGtawy r. K. Taylor, John Edmonson, Dr. Evans, Charles A. Lewis, William Auuerson. j. m. luersui, ju . Kemtael. W. N. . . - r Win. Randolph. Wm. Allen, Thomis Craig. A W- AUen, rji. Chap BOS M VoTtt, R VtikVvrr Edwin Tucker. Geo. rtrjtah. and New Mexico, for territorial idea, to assa- joiis such. Ut.Tlddn States inlhe Union. One Serves a sample of aniticlsro. Twm would-be an ipie 01 rznaucisia. iiw wssiun. w ;irisiifftrablenuiie&--i3rfo-l'( SwaTHJstfhis codMKiZ: rsy'CT" JI ..-fJWtC.ilgirlMUVt UCed ro sCber-turts of the Kepu e liners, at vet, furnish no dt finite infonnitioo. of tue strength or whereabouts of the rumored Stnta Anna expedition, ltu indeed it has other existence than-ln thV imagination of the people and Government. Tbe Pj-cgrtio says, " we only record rnmors in circulaliod." But the war stealers Dcmocrnfaaud Vera Cm: were still dp the lookout,ou the Bouthern coast : while the "Gacri-Tro tiid 'sailed "for Tampieo? ostebsibly wiih Government fetoreg, but proba- biy wih the sanie object In view. . The English trian-of-war rerwacnf, Com. Kellett, late of the squadron ot observation on the Nicaraguar coast, had arrived at Vera Crux, Tbe rest of he squadron proceeded di rect to Havana. . ' Special penniagionhtB'been granted by the Supreme Government for tbe importation of 4,000 barsels of foreign flour Into Vera Cruz, and the officers .of that port have advertised for proposals for tbe same. Tue works of defense at Vera Cm, Tampl- eo and other farts of the Republic proceed th activity. Among other movements of troops, 3,000 men have recently been cantoned at Jaiapa, says tne frocrtto, to oe at once transferred to Vera Cruz In case of necessity. It is stated by the c A'atfcooi that,' in case of war with Snain. the President will nuthim- aelf 'at the head of the Mexican army. Other papers record evidtnqes of the greatest enthii- -siasm, in uerense or toe sou, inrouguout tue Kepublic The Nitional Guards of Cordova aniTlalpam,iu oflering their serviees'to Com. onfott, beg, as a gteit favor, to.be permitted to march as' an advaaeed euard against the en emies of their country. Other equally patrl otfc and chivalric effera of service are con- itautiy-beinj; mace. , v Certain Spanish citizens in .Mexico having exnrersed ai.ureher.sioiig ae to their treatment in ease of a war with Spain, the "JSxtrn ordinary, doubtless by authority, counsels thera to dis miss their fears. If the v take no part in the ouarrels. the Uws of Mrxico as well as the. ge&erocssfeellnzs of the people will protect to em. llie papers are filled with IhAmost exciting accounts of the recent, arrests at the capital. There.ls no essential fact, however, to add to our previous lnttlfigeftce', except the statement of tiany papers. Ibatthe conspirators were iri theft- hands. It is also stated that most of tbera were Spaniards b birth. They Were iltalt.witu very summarily, thrown Into the chain gang with common male factois. and sent to the -public works in the Callejon de SmU Clara, where, at last ac "coimts, theyVera enjaged.ln cleaning th-pub-lie sewers. The KxiwriUnary says : "Tbe contrast b"e ween patent leather boots and shackled was striking from their unpleas ant juxtaposition, -ami 1 lie more so irom a back giound of black nr.id peculiar to the city, and very redolent 6f sulphurated hrihogen The promplltuie and novelty of the c-stigation caused a general surprise and excitement, as well as much comment, and some sympathy, which last wa cannnot nelp tulnklng auperua- ous. as we remember ihat hanging and quar tering wan, until recently, the punishment for treason." Tne , conspirators were all educated men. hizblv eot.nected In the city of Mexico, and -held offices of honor and confidence in the civil government or in the army. Tbe excitement was verv irreat, and though there was 110 doubt of their guilt, the extreme disgrace of their punishment Dad beguu to react on tne punuc mind. Crowds of tbe common people, how ever, floated, daily tq tbe Callejon dc Santa Clara, to witcfesalio doubt, wth satisfaction, tbe novel upectacle. there presented. From tne Kortnern states we nave out mile news or muresr. ine Monterey papers pim lifch a correspondence between Gen. Vidiurri and D. Maria Calvo. in reference to- a state ment in the Puibla Conitittitnt, that the Gen eral had' been bribed in the sum of $25,000 to pronounce against the Government. Calvo de clares the statement false, and without founda tion or excuse of any kind. The people of Tamaulipas had protested Jn the strodEi'st terrcs acafrijjt U appointment of sx-Covercor Carales t th command of the Federal forces In tint btate. It is stated ihat the popalace wer'Sarce.r- itliniaul troia mobbing tbcir-oW enemy onttight It is doqbt fuflf he will bt allowed to exercise his au thority. " CorrMpondeCMor the Billlawre Sun. IVashincto.v, June 13. The proposition which Lor) Palmerston in his recent speech, mentions as having been offered to this govern ment, to wit : the adoption by the United States gore, nment of the conditions and stipulations of tin contention of August last between Great Bri'ain and Honduras, is altogether inadmis sible. Tbe press of that country is remarka bly unanimous on this point. It is competent for Great Britain and Honduras to enter into what stipulation they please, but there is no propriety in moking the United States a party to teem. ne counter-proposition ct me uni ted States Senate was simply to pin it ail men tion of that convention, and to provide that England aid the United States should acknowl edge the Bay Islands as a part of the territory of Honduras ; thus requiring that the cession to Honduras should be unconditional. Every difficulty as to Central America seems to have bsen got oVrr but this. The proposition of Lord Palmerston above referred to, was offered to tbe government some week,s ago, and the reply of the Secretary of State leciming it was communica'ea to tue British sMjifuter about tbe first of this month. It is rj&t at all improbable that some other nronoiitloi will be offered on the part of Great Briuinaft r.omefurtber.iegntiation. ItWms have Ul -n tbe general impression in VEng- land mat tilie treaty, as amenuea cyme odue, ... - . iw . . i , . . r-. . ? wmiM he Accented bv the British ffovernnJarit. . . ' . . r J will teai-itre the adidstmenb lot tbe c tlon upon tbe terms proposes "by the Uu States. We lern from Nicaragua that Costa Rica and other States lately allied witbher are about to take possession of Nicsragua as a conquer ed country, and partition it among themselves. Tbe Costa R'eans claim tbe lion's share. They not only claim the river San Juan, but the whole line of transit by way of the lake. The other States will not assent to this, and will resist the nretenion by force. Another civil war, involving all these turbulent little States is on the eve of commencement. There ia a Walter party in Nicaragua, and they will call upon Walker to return, even before be is quite ready for anntber campaign. Upon his return he will probably be at the head of an alliance of all the States against Costa Bica. Gen. Walker is now in this city and will leave on Monday for New York. He"has call ed upon the President but not, it is said, in re lation to buiine. ION- (XrrafpoGdrnee of the Cbailaetou Standard 1 Washington, June 13. Gen. Walker and his staff arrived here yesterday morning, and took quarters at Brown's Marble Hotel. It was soon rumoied over tbe city, and the crowd of Idle politicians now here from all parts of the country swarmed around tbe office of the hotel, ar.d eagarly sought admission to the General's rooms. Many were admitted, but the crowd were informed that u General Walker was engaged," as he desired no parade, nor cared to be stared at as if he were a lion or soma otter Interesting wild animal. Your correspondent was among those admit ted, and he irag highly gratified with bis inter view with " tee gwy-ej eti man." ttis arrival here was on the aeeond anniversary of his arri val tir Nicaragua, and this fact was one full of Interest and suggestive of many reflections, both painful and pleasant, and yet this won derful man maintained hn'.nsual quiet, dignified manner, thoueh quite" lively and at times full of merriment. The expression of his eye is the mnat ainpular I have ever seen. Indeed, I can. hardly call it ar nxpression ; it is rather an ex fhibitionf prominent eye-balls, perfectly ex-, pres8i6nlesa,ressiMHGg ery mucn large giaes marbles, n ith.a small gray pU o.i each. His mouth in homely, but deeply expreaat, 33d in- dleitlcg nrmnes3 m a remamaDie uecter. ItTalVer declines ccnvereiKronanvmat- ter touching till tusiness, further 4hah-to'say, S. ha no buiinea-t U'liatever with the Govern ment authorities. . ThU Li distinctly stated to me. and funnersi id mat te au&.i yor to mucn as inform the Executive of his arila here. He leaves this evening for Philadelphia, vfbere h. n-iit r.main. to-morrow, arriving in New Vnrlr on Moidav marninff. His stay there, be gays, will be govern d. by circumstances not perhaps over four or rife days ; when Jle J,..t ijirn tin. titee alone cAit Ul', but he is MUCH .MO ,1.1, confident pf returning to Nicaragua- and resum ing "tbe ct-titrol -of the Gov.ertjment there, as h. Iijtf anvtbimf which depends on bis own aCw.Un..r friknda. her, tvsir recard his ad .ne rrnrn- them aa necuiisriv forttmate, and ...,. i 1,1. tivin Nieararua tor a short sea son, was a matter of necessity, they further regard It as a most fortunate etrotte i poijcy. IVANHOE. we - Cnltivatltm el -the Memory, rwr.f ctrrrrst duties, as 'reaeohable "crea "irnhe" ctUtivailon ot'tbeinemory.. A human being, destttuU of all retentive power, is certainly a mostpitiful object. The question, "hot ran memory be..lmpair4f " Is one of great practical importance, and wa eaert do better thin to off-r a few hints touching It, At this tno'm'f nr In the first place, no man can improvbisxrumofjonless he rrlet to- do it; this will involve the necityof mental labor, fair bahil of thoudit. In the' second place, this trial must lie an Aoent i-l Jntelli- eentonetxnu luiimjr, n,A. trr almuid Le a Deriialrst deter mination to sucrd. Fortunately the;' world of leitco-s is not without rules by wnicn wis ...ir ...it be obtained. Abercrombie's ex cellent treatise upon the intelleaXcal powers, au'gests some useful methods, as does a'tpJIr. Pvcroft's little work respecting a course cf English reading. Mr. Pycroft's rules are very conelst, and we mav therefore be permitted to quote tbem: First," "memory assisted by whaleves-tcnds to a full view ana ewar appre- i.A.ini, nl'a cubieeLV Secotid mem.'y Is aeal.ir.l bv wllltelfr fltldS 10 UUr Iiueicak r entertainment" Thjr, "mtrntfry depends ...,-k a fhdrhnrh determination to remem- ber." Furlb, fcmeBiory U sssistiea cy what UU.H . " . . - ..... , ever tends to conneclleu oc assowatwn of. ideas.'1 It need hardly be said lbat.a faithful anplJciiUon of these directions will result' in Usttujj benefit. No artifcial vrarigemeiit, howeVirr"dejterously managed, can dispense -sih ,iu ,nn.tI etfort. Let it be understood that lhe various syg&eps for the-tmprovement of-mentory, whicu fro tvae to tttaejia vex clted tiubHc attention, have not fcudertakejilo do awiT with the necessity Xbr Jr.dlviusl 'ef fort they batr Always left somethipgox ifi.t .rS.nt rnrin. JL stranse hallucination seizes some minds and Uads eir possessors to the, belief,-ibat 1j and by-souws oaa wiu invent a raetlio-riv jvhich a slip shod iJuaery may be braSdTip" bj- a sort of inerbaniaal jiroejj wiiile.ft tbe-tAme time po work rteed be don on iJairnart ot the learner. This Is a deplora- fcie dilnsioo. We well remeoher Professor Gourird. who Tears ago, visited this city, and feed Ihe-spentciu, half cf'the-alcaPFund trilh. oarer ncmlst aiur we iisDeinaer aiso.uie -riiiurrat-lntmeiit Vhicii rested pir the fa.crs.ofci . . 'Al.(?v- r r. TeiS orSAf .'.ial.f sSisfB tne sciioiaim'-wKcy -H'S" ;.1 eraoleclnrc- matter, -wers pw intc rs.""t"'" - - - 'v ,1"." n,.' . uitu.w , required"" 11. Nay Tor, form rly a aipDia, Jeltverd eld 6v Gouraud's a pur reeolbictlon: tliat rf Juuge .Barton on tne sami occa sion. -"Mr. Nay lor, especially iwelt-ijon tne little word which we have pyonouncsdaii indis pernwble tcjBcceje. that ie Jyorfc1 - Now, it is not Intended to speak slightii gly of.WrjGottf aud's methpd, or of a by .flther mode Sf "improving-' or helping the memory", but Itialb teudedto bring to the attention of tb people;' the'gtern truth, that excellence cannotrbea.V talned withc&t exertion. Systems pf nwemon icsare not without utility, but it is apparent that they must be atudied 4n order to experi ence their .benefits, and this requires at least some labor. Memory "is required not alone by .the itndent but by allclasaes In eoclety. Success In .every", study or purrilt demands it. Those wlio seek: tp maka money must have ther. attentipp quick tried, and tbey must remember how to do it, or .they will-fail, unlets they stumble upon fortune bV accident l&e mechanic cannot btcome a skillful workman unless be is able to recollect theru'eaof his calling. Divines cannot feed the hungry with the bread, and quench their thirst with the water of life, unless tbey can call to' mind how the Saviour lived a&d died, and how he taught. The artist will purer live in his paintings who does not study nature, and who cannot bring to mind how she combines and displays her tints and forms. A public speaker may roll pebbles in bis mouth by the sea side for a score ot years, and tall: all day long to the people, but if be does not st idy, and if. he cannot rmemicrand apply his knowledge, his name will never reach beyond iiis genera tion. To tbe legislator and statesman, memo ry Is above all price. Does it require nny fur ther development of this subject to convince bur readers ot the truthfulness of these views? If so let every eae examine for himself, and there is scarcely a doubt that be will reach Hie same conclusions, fcince work, tnen, is necessary, It ought to be begun at once. Every one who really wishes to improve his memory may do it if he will, but let him bear in mind that tbe attempt must be made in good faith and persisted In, if he voa!d succeed. Peniuyl rantath Supply of Tea, Coffee,- Sugar; and Cotton. f Jon, the Wublnriur Slates, Jane 10 Tbe universal consumption of tea, coffre, sugar, and cotton, throughout tbe civilized world, Is in advance of tbe means of supply, although new fields of production hare been ripened In tbe last half crntury. Ihu, cofite- f rowing commenced In Brazil only half a cen ury ago, and Brazil now supplies two-thirds of rhe coffee of tne world. The culture of cot ton commerced in tbe United States within tbe memory of those living, and a large part of the civilized-world is supplied with fabrics made from cotton ot American growth. New sour- ccs for all the products above named are eagerly sought, but not as yet with much suc cess." The United States is likely to take the monopoly- of cotton-growing, and at enhancing prices. "But we, at the same time, are subjec ted to tbe increasing cost of coffee, sugar, find tea; which articles are as indispeiisabli! to our comfort as cotton is to those of the whole world. It is alleged that tbe tea-pfr.nt will thrive in the United States, anywhere south and west of Pennsylvania; and it is hastily' infernd that the United States can supply its own tea, and also become an exporter of it. But, lu the pro duction of tea, labor is the cheif element; and that Is wanting in this country. In the non sla'vebolding States labor is to costly that it has "checked tbe ordinary produst of bread stuffs and provisions, in the supply of'which there has been, for several years past, a defi ciency. In the slavebolding States, we see that labor ers are in great demand at double the prices they brought a few years ago, and that the production of Southern staples is checked by the limited supply of labor. To Introduce the tea culture, in this state ot things, Into tbe Uni ted States, would be impracticable. Brazil produces tea of a good quality, and tbe planters who have -attempted its culture think that they will be able to makeit as profi. table as the culture of coffee. But they com menced their experiments with Cninegu labor ers, and. if ther continue trie culture, it must be.by introducing arid eatablishinga population ormnese. lue price ot.iavee naa oeen en- hanced in Brazil as much as m the United f States, and the foreign supply has been cut olTj ........ . - - - - - - - that of tea, would only increase the price of the former article. The fcnglisn, looking to tne possible loss of the tea trade in China, through tbe troubles in that empire, have undertaken the culture of tea by native labor in India, are now likely to meet with better success in it than in the cot ton culture. India may, perhaps, add to lhe tea rroduct, and Africa ought to afford a large addition to the annual coffee crop. But sugar is destined 4 2 2 Hn... aa janv aSw.il aataKaatftntak plants, Bishop Mobris on .Political Clkeisymxx. Bishop Morris, of the Methodist Enlseopal Church, at tbe recent aesilon Cf the Mains Conference, deji"red an address to tbe mem bers, in the couiefof which hsaid : " I deem it r.ot address a few wortii tSyjt?Pirtan)(or out cf place to orauiyou, niy oreiuren, upon a subject which is attractIA: considerable at tention at tne far a minister in the nolitira i at the present time.ilatnely ; as to how sinister of the gospel crucht to take part politics of the day. when a Minister , - - - 1 goes into his pulpit, he find his cojjgiegitton. composed of men of different (;0litlcal r.ws.of men zealonalv and conicientiiouslv attiched to different political part'es; Jtid if he publicly T"r." l..- . --f . T"' ther will of necesstlytsprini . coldness to- wards him to diminish hfsHniluence. I eel conrincen, from what I have observed, thatthe only result that can be expected from a minis ter taking part in the political contests and dis cussions ot the day will be to engender strife and hard feeling in his congregation. " But some may ask, wDetner we :tre not citizens like other men, and have not duties to perform as Buch? Mo3t certainly we :tre, and I trust I have not proved recreant to tbe obll- fations resting upon me as a citizen, although have not, for the forty years that I hive been In tbe ministry, ever entered a politlial meet ing, or spent above five minutes at .ny one election, l nave always inaue is pumv .v s to the polls at the most quiet time of lhe day, when there was likely to be the least excite mentto deposit my ballot in anMaostentatlous manner, and return home. I have never seen tbe time when I thought I was called upon as a citizen to do more than this. 1 know not bow it may be with others, but I havn always found enO!?gn to do-in me duties ot. mj caning, lam wiltimrto'let the potsherds sttiv with the potsherds,' but'prefer for myself :o attend to tile QUUes .devolving upon me as ajjiuncci of Christ. I recollect an anecdote of il Metho dist brother who was stationed to preach tbe gospel to the people In " Fountain Head Cir .m. nrar the hermitage of the late President Jackson, in the exciting political times of his second election, rarty zeal was jut tueu ai its height, and each party wanted eve ry onejo k. m. it aide. Thev soueht oat tbe newly ar rived minister, and eagerly inquirnl of him. whose ll'Je De was on .' " l am on me biuc oi the Lord and the Fountain bead circuit," was the reply. Which of tbe candidates iio you in- tend to vote lorr tirust luawsudn ue i on my knees, praying to God for the tonverslon of sinners and the upbuilding of Zion in Foun tain HeadCircuit." Howevertheymightques tion tbe devoted minister be- would wisely an swer that be meant to do bis duty faithfully as a Minister,' of Christ in Fountain Head Cir cuit." In conclusion, let oe sat-, tnj brethren, I go ye'and do likewise." fig' The Parhi correspondent of the New York Time-i thus corrects a report 'vbich has obtained considerable currency in Ihis coun tryi " Some-tlma sro 2 report found circulation in France.and England, and su'bsequeiily In tne United States, that the diatfnguisbrd French artiat. M. Horace Vernet.had been amnloyed by tbe Govettment of tbe United States to execute for the new Capitol at Vfaeblngton ons or mpre pictures, for wmcn ne was to re ceive a fabulous compensation, 1 regtet to have made myself the echo of thet reports, for nothing could have been more untrue. Tbe subject was brought to recollection I few days ara. bv aeein? iii an American -paper the state' ment'tbat M. Vernet was going to Washing ton ta paint Mr. Buchanan's portrait. All this is convUtely without foundation. M. Yernet has never bean employed- to paint eUber a pic ture for the Capitol or Mr, Bucbi nan's por trait, and. Instead of belne on tlie point of starting for tbe United States to mike himself a millionaire, is quietly at -work is his studio J in the lnstitats of Fjance, engaged on histori- .-I.,,i. . iri.-Pri.nrri Mlllfliml. It if Wruecjiat fbe American Minister ttlked to M. Vernet 00 tnesuPiect oi picture icruie Itol, but the laterrlew rests wjtboul result." How to Disperse a, Criwd. At Chicago a few days since a large crowd asienbled at tbe jal to see a man hung, notwithstaniing the an nouncement in the mornifc papers "that tbe ex e!lti3P would not " come off," in uonsequence of a sufatd as issued by tbe supreme court; upreme court; ciowd got Im- .BTT-n should the announcement JC'US regaru A ffr trailinir for BorCe'tlC:. rhe ( LmHonr. and aome declared that trie csn should oe nujgAaapuc ut mc m.jvi v zr"st' Wherj the excitement was at its height, the k..ti'h rV,r,r haL-ed the nest wastin 'up to the fail door, ati font a man'Jbto it aiid drove off". . . . . 1 '- 1.1,.. .1 . V. . 1 11. n.:.nn.a lne idea eeuen me (fiitimue mat iue was being taken awssr, sad off stilted In pur suit Tbe health officer dfv ofj in thedi recUon of the prairie, but before reaching U stenned, and his passenger got outiand entered a Ilmise. ft neeucu tiuw . . niYirin intA fhe r.rowd bick antltnus ended iu iieia Vim, , ui..r. r vm. tt esiey tounq tne model after wtiicn be formed i over forty years after that prediction waa pub- for it through the experiments which are being the constitution of the Methodist Episcopal lished in one of our New York newspapers be made with the Chinese and. African Bacchirlne Church: ajaeasure the wiadom of which has ! fore it tea a fnlfil!. ni ,i,J.u. - . - - .. - . Tnz, Retobt Courteous. Chesterftsld was at a rout in Frrjice where Voltaire was one of the guests. CSfsterfield seemed gazing dipon- the brilliant jrifale ot ladiis.' Voltaire accosted him , UX fTii I kr''r. ? judge j wbich arfe the most beantilul, the Eng' lisb c? the pttai& ladles J" .Up(n, my soul," said CbiWfcrtd, with bis usual presence of mind, ''l-mJca judge of pajntjbgi" ' Some time afteraas.,1... Voltaire being' n Lonfjon, jhappfuedtie at a noblgrasn's, party ; with uiesterucsi ,i ladv in tue cusjuj , ,b. on sly roi jfS .. , rlt 1 n..;t.,l lierwhoie discourse to yc'taite; shouldoV lDgrp,sedhIs whole ,f nvemtion. fame up, . . tUd : " Sir, talce eire ish j are np' Frenc.l iedjl My Lord," repnea tue score 9 5" j French colors.?' ..-Ladjes, prepare for n ex Vnr bablts, for a. Pans ixxr vrrr York tlctiritr says, UtmiS. resposssMie!'- r-;. ,, 1 1 , ..i-; xor tell kome upon iponud-in .yviivn unsa ftlty, ana cllnoUne.iaw I Z Barer; - SMSS V UHtls IIHI 1? V- ese-s l.avarvthlne.'o "-4. one of tUe most.exciti;i; f penes evix wit .esseo.! y correspondent ot in Chicago. 1. w -ir,i, rsi.ui. oio.e eh follnwlnir t flli fafWWlnritfrotff -a lette; of Kev. Vft Uftlerr taioniry to In Ha, is uuUamiu pano Wln B.eitieaks. encouragingly of the prospects ofjjis miteion: - . Kut I eat down to,ta)k-abont Egypt; apd ere I'was awajre.I waa off among ray brer hi en in RnBfnn-jif4 a1m-' Tftmic-h rrivMtattni- d9. ..wu jvvnav, ,iinip ni ncjuui itauii. a general vfewor iee places we passed tnrougn, and ourlmlpr'eiiions- cf the people, etc; My letters wiil thus eonetltuie a corrof diary of a journey fraJtyBodon to Barlelly. I feel the mbrejenceaWged to continue" wy lettert, as " I understand fcy ome communications lately re ceived, that eoeicat least, of your readers de sire to continue our journey with us to iti con clusion. It was with an Interest such aa I think I ner erf elt elsewhere that Handed In Eyyt. Egypt I That mvsterioue land whose history and pn de'rs won tke fascinating themes, of my boy-, hood studies. Aad this was Egypt, and I was. In it! I was actually fn Egypt: No wopdef that I wandered that night all over Alexandria, though it was nearly dark-ere we lauded. A -to sleep, I wis enthusiastic enough to nsk my self the question, "who could sleep i'rt Egypt?" I lay awake, not noticing the yelllngs of tbe donkeys, the barking of the dogs, and terrible : Alexandrian mosquitoes, which never ceased , all night, even for five minutes ; yet, in spite of tbem all, I (ridulged my reflections. .1 was- in the land of the'Pb-iraohs In tbecountry of the color-sal temples, spinxes, or elisksy and. pyra raids, on the banks ot tbe Nile ! Who could help being interested? What grand and ven erable reminiscences crowded on the memory 1. 1 Why talk, ot the past? Egpyt Mas a nation; before Abraham was called I Ere Greece had a name, the glory of Egypt had passed away; and before the Anglo-Saxon race was heard oft the. ruin of. Egypt' was almost as complete as it-Is to-day. Here the arts and sciences bad a borne before tbe.reat.ot tbe world had a history 'or a literature'.' "Tbe wisdom of the Egyptians" was fajiious long ere Moses re ceived'tEe benefits of it. The merchantmen cf Media, of Persia, and of tbe India, con veyed the treasures of their respective countries to Egypt generations before Joseph was sold' as a slave. Appropriately did NapoIeon,exclaim to. bis, army, as tbey stood beneath' the shadows ot' the Pyramids : "Soldiers,orjr feniurt'ea look down upon ycu 1" Here reigned the Pharaohs, the great Ilameses, and tbe Ptolemies. Here were trained those armies which went forth to conquer Palestine. Arabia, Ethiopia, and Baby lonia. Here fought and conquered Cambyses of Persia, Alexander the Great, Pompey, Ca:sar, Napoleon, and Abercromble : on this soil stood Thebes, Memphis, and On; here traveled and studied such illustrious men as' Plato, Eodoxus, Tbales, Solon. Strabo, Hero dotus, and Pythagoras. Hire the patriarchs j Abraham, lease, and Jacob, sojourned; here i.raei suffered: here Moses wrbueht his nere a mgiier nonor rarx-gypt man an tne . . real tue iniant neueemerana mis numoie pa- rent. found a shelter from per.ecUtion until Great, under tke Ptolemies ft rose to a splendid position of commercial greatness, of learning, and of civilization. Here in this city .Euclid wrote uib elements ot ueoineiry ; nere Apol- onlous invented Conic SeAlnn. her Hnm.r was edited; here Anatomy, Astronomy and the Sciences were cultivated : here was collec- ted the greatest library that the world till then ever saw. containing tuu.uuu iis. volumes. Here tbe LXX made tbe Greek-version of the Hebreiv Scriptures : here several of th ! Apocryphal' books were "written; here the' beautiful Cleopatra a disgrace to ber sex for a period maintained her power by surren dering ber person first to Julius Cmr, and afterward to marie Antony, theJattemf whom lost the world's empire for her. Here Apollps was born ; here Stl fisrk preached the gospel; nere tuai great 1O.riauin scnooi arose wnico produced Clemens and Origen ; here Theodosius J-t I 11. rr I . . V, t i - ucsuovcu tue xempir oi -erapia, anu oy im- perial edict inaugurated Christianity. Here ..lJ-lJ i-i-, , , t . ... , fuled apd vheh a fallen Church went alter uiiguiaieu Arianism, auu from nere lv was aii- miracles ; bere.dod confounded the most pow- "";u," X i-ItES f . nJim;'?iV.oi"' 0,11 erful Idolatry of tbe world ; here the remnant Vour bn.fn. Wn "F'r "if.4 11 1' 1?ot of Judah and the prophet Jeremiah sought !Zl "n v , L MlD KPlile'vW1 edu refuee when driven oStbV' the Chaldeans : and 1 ai"i."i7.',ine' lougl h is valrt tlerod was dead, oo mucn for t?VDt in ren eral-butwhatof the reminiscence of Ale. ' "f u iney snould get an I andrla. where I waa 'then lrln? Al,r.r,ri. "r-. . " !ila lo Ce. W bird in th t.j, -tr";. T tnattaiKsrroratiie lunei. and wuab Dioei rounuea Aiexxnaer me the Cbri.t-dishonoriirgrheresy; it was here OniTCAY.-Tbe late Commodore Stevens, that " the faith once delivered to the saints" I whose death we announced vesterdav wai ound nob!e defender in Athanasius; herejwidely known as the Commodore of tbe New . iuc nrimuiYepoiiiy 01 iue. murcn was longest I maintained, for when the ecclesiastics in other parts of tbe.empire'bad concurred hi building i up a hlerarehv in the Christian community. the ministers of" the 'Alexandrian Church for several hundred- year's ordained their o-vn bishops merely.as priwt Mtrpaut and too- lutely refosed to,bow their necks to the yoke either of Prelacy or " apostolical succession." jna, una i iv, not least tn interest among tne reeolleetivnf of Alexandria tome was the fact ! that, in thet-ancient church of this city, Mr. ' TtT a at r, . . . .... T7 ' become man apparent by the lapse of time, it y... . , t nation, ialiit, in a great degree, do we owe tK. ! .1 .n.&.Jf nr. ,T' i auu tue experience and ntstory.or our denomt- the indep nee of onr oririn. Mr. Wesley was but an nstrument in the hands ot Provi- denee In "lb matter. We received not our mlnlstrr fn ician; we tber.ef ore. don't "glory In man," Iff Yshsrsntisl nM.,inn.urh,l,tf,r j we are, Gcm WT, V .. ia cuwuu, in iud that measure we are Indebted next piece. for the esion of au efficient primitive t episcopal 05ind our freedom from the domina- tion ot a Mly hierarchy.which has lain like an incubiSe the churches. And, finally, to 1 . "J , . .j j ,w the asme soalrce wt may trace tbit system of , well baianeW flohts and duties of our eniseo- pacr and plbt-tnterv. ahirh him lM th rnnn. , dalion f mlftriaDee-eamd ,u-..4i, : .I'.M.n of wfr,1fh It of their brett !n. 01 Wtrieu it may oe auirmTO mav be affirfced that there is no narellel Jn anv Church' on . . A sara1 nn Uia VAACl wj A s7 I"-" ----- T - 1 a - a. tf . earth. Witaalica rico reminiscences crouu.5 onthememor? a's I lay In AlexandrU, your readers will jfrobably excuse Egyptian euthu- slasm, and will understand why 1 came to the conclusion tbjat, at least for the first nlght.lt, seemed to mel very vulgar to go asleep at all. But aheeBIs full. Bv the next mail! Intend, toeiveour llanresslons of tne present state or Egypt and itipeofile, so far as our rapid glance enabl:dus toroecome acquainteu witu uieui. HereCrim. Cons, in Boston. Ths hot-bed of Abolitionism the degraded State of Massachusetts is certainly earning a name for looseness ot morals that is not very creditable to tbe position it has aiBtimed of lata years Ss the great censor to the crimes of the South. We have now two more cases that bid. fair to rival the TCalloch and Dalton af fairs. We copy from the Boston Herald of the 25th uU,: v'. GSZAT EXCITIJIEHT IK RoXBURY ARHIT tor Adultiry. Yesterday two elegantly-" dressed vouna women, accompanied by a "gen- . :V -1 . 1 r ,1.. tleman, stopped at the Roxbury station, on the Providence ' Railroad, and afterwards teok rooms at a fashionable hotet. In tbe course ct the afternoon a letter was sent to this city, and at early twi-licut a gaily-dressed man joined the happy party at the hotel. Tbe two couples n&d a grand supper, ana alter party ing of some of mine host's generous wine, sepa rated for (be night, as was supposed. At a later ,hour, another gentleman arrived at the Hotel, accompanied by a Roxbjiry police officer. After some1 -private conversation with the landlord, the sleeping room of the ladies was annroached and entered, and instead of finding the two women therein, tbey found one woman I ana tne gay man occupying tue oajuc tuuiu, They were arrested and locked np. Iue otner couple naa not reiireoj ana were a, . , naa. t I .1 therefore not molested. This morning the cou- pie so unexpectedly surprised. were before the Koxbury police uourt, wutn in sy. were cuargeu with adultery, it appearing thatthe woman has a husband In this city, and tUe man has a wife, now In the country. They were held in $30o each for appearance at a future day. Adu-ltiry And Insanity. Charles Trow berge was before tbe Police Court this fore noon, on camplalnt ot Sevin Eskil Sanborn, charged with committing the crime ot adultery with the plaintiff's wife, Mrs. Mary Sanborn- , , ,, 1 j.- , 1 that, about a.year since, she dlscove'ed in-in- tlmaey existing parties, but in- . stead ot revealing it to her brother-in-law, she , left the house and went tatNewTork. city, ai,.l l onlv returned'oa beine written to and lniofmedf V . . . , , ... . iL . . i. T . , . . .. H J,.iT,r.M,li 111 uiaiucr eiaici uu6ti-.j .... She found that the crime' of adultery still continued after her return home, and concluded to-iaform Mr. Sanborn, when the, Wife qnexperTedlymjaeine revelations, driven ski. -.tv fnr . number of vears. the huibandi -nractical ioke which an English lady I ha nSTTIsti aw-a. "iu-oii is . anil I 11E rPHIIll!! in I beinj, a respectable jeweler, living in. Federal J t0 tormeyi the painted beauties, Is thus " traat A siller of Mrs. Sanbornta testified . . n 1. i.. v- r. to do so rorresr w"1"Bt "ou; licking. Not long ago UIs.Ertglish woman her husband's life, as he had threatened to, for ! WM a a briliant fy ln the Hubourg Salrft the purpose ot marrying her. Honore ; she singled out araonr all the guests After her confession, , the. thought of having an Iu,jan afI poble bjrth) is extreme wronged one wbo had aKav 1 treated ber kind- Ir addicted to paint, and at the conventional ly so preyed upon her mind, Uat she became I j nalapjbl ju mped Into the IUlian's lap and lnssnerwlth bat little prospect of ever Tecpv- . fa & , fongUe-wJth energy-one ering her reason. She, Is now at the Aughsta . ..tht' Fjorelltine8 cheek was itHhe of Inlane Asylum, in aiaine, an an imaui oi seven months old is thus' deprived of parent, , Yesterday Triiwberge visited 5Ir. Sanborn's fint5' hU ,wlff He boasted ofbf. 'intimacy I ...:il. I . .... th.t no nnufei-afinilM Vaen with her,.and more, that no power eheuld keep deiIghte1 ly thtflauSblnfj eyes of -ik. .n.rf ih.n Ihreate niM.nnleaa he was . . 0 . it., -r l.. .r:i.T. then threatened,Bf.Iese he was hii paramoar,.to' .uU the life lus.i....,...----, 7' ': i 77 ... alloy.J to see his paramodr,.o .take the life h,ven artep tw yas in trie cus- Pi ' t'rrId (, andtWk,i.pr loot; Dice a tody of apolie o trill Mr. Sanborrf, man that would not scruple to carry histhreats Into effects , " Trowberge was held In $S00 for trial in the, munlcijisl court. 1 , r. I i n ii v i , n r ,17 1 v rv 1. .w 1 1 . A few-Says slncej a -young man wbo had j Hospital fprdiseaaes of the skin, Has commu looz been attached to church And who was ; nicated io the Jfctfical Ttm a very Important about to-Ieave fcKw Orleans, came tq bid" ' pfan, whicli he has adopted during the last bis pastor.ffrewtll, i' AnJ-o yoa,are going to that degenerate place, new uneans ..lit it.K nastor. " Aes. sir: out t u to be influenced Bysiiy. extraneous pressdr . . T .. - .',. j'.i.k ' ,.nk .... anv Kind," rcsponaea tue vuuus imiiviiuu wu- i uieaua i - -"" . . TL 7, ii .1. siersbje earnestness, Wtll I am glad to t each spot or pustule of the disease, on all the .,P yb s.o coWdepf. Jut do you Jsnqw -lhe exposed surfaces of the briy, until b is erlne t.itations which exist there?" '-Kpt par-1 U evidsnced by the whiteness of the skirt lathe Ucufarlr. Jr "Well, I do. oul find parts subjected to the application, wbea the waptoa women In the guise ot;Parls,- feinpting j Sqld protfuein-lt is to be washed .off with wa tievarT sleet jaiid ?are wines and ardent i ter, or thin arrow-root gruel. The pain attend-irV-.. and veu'll find fine company,, and ; ing the application of the vesicating fluid Is nleht bra wlliiR, aud gamblinz, and dissipation, - . , ii.. f.la .a nA man Arlam.'' ibe replyV "I hope you win. , JCJ thVs much for your cop-J lTifnrincaBslou should fall from grace, solaufln tn case o ,. Tbe tempter is worss M prater the tempt fn iiicreastne JU, JTbenan . eoei 10 2rrK.t-Vn.l glorv ar he who x"Xpar4dlHnhtbe qut'et portals of . ' . Cwatlcwt. mamyivamt. ' . and runniug-ittci itsm.i x -- r r-fnt .1. t hnni In rnmViat these .SUCCeSBful' I BIBSCT tr u 1 fobpe you will, my dsar ' christian i Etjsope. - brother," 'e4.. ' " WtJRr&'1' -qBatiLLSTCou. , waR:s.vw- ? L.Z ; . . u.ippt,itaJuai.rjj h,-Wlv aaMIarelit Car-1 tacky. HHnjTO8 ,'SSC. r 4x II latsllsl HIM II I "fi,,' . -wVK' ; wl sMllslaaW I ' m II I I T5 ter wW 4i ef e fniit, be tfi pr jr it. b I who w lit t arc cHmmilaa wit OurfaiW'a)b9ttra.TrliE.s hart rfll!ed With rotbfnl itraocace-t-siibtfalentd -villi' Tt irelgitpt ilam4ire caller lilt J- '( One inmcer'i ir, ' ii eTentWa, l)eiKlli ir wladaw ndt art. ' InpriTerrij! tttltade. nutlsrtiuib r. Were raided i a 61i tutut j hx ittt Szrd . Upon lie lrUlty. whutbpeujli WHott' " Brown fclrih erraliif brc. tei oIUy plijtJ, Or cnutdvlth tbe fUx abated SUent I lliteued, while U licceju 4.5"" ' There f tU cjn bjltrseeet toM, to par. So ort, tbooslf ot bearra-bara at',a)T, EreathMlbr aaitl-roScj. Chili-tile k prajed, ' X (tmple pray; i hit worda ncl grrat tior vlti ' f.et TetcioTt aurcaonn than I-sareVeard ", ! toDboEci oy men lured la wUdja'a wja. -Tbe 'ETtnlsi Prajer' dor, and ,ld thdaw- . . UttienC aid then EttbooEht that It ra heard taHTn that lieiTttilytioiti reinjected jmi-. . Jlsdlosd Umen Ibattl-ntuKbl'sinn ' hat l4aalehUdtiJa' would resaln ttrossi all Tcan cow harepaaaed . Since I dWit Hit thai eTeolntptjyf',nd what Mart the fate or bla who lowlyhvnt The kauwlili!a that gardes tower I bow . Kot.sartDay-crer'koow: rt leaana'cr . forttt IhatthUdUa look hla vole or Wefda And often whou I grow a-wearjr of . " TDe World'a dttlt. aa aln. irllfloai nona Resnembtanc brlogi that aalat, bappr aceoa Of oth.rJirj,naidoU;tb-jfat r Whlrt bid &e hear that 'Brentae Pram-' Unto, the TaxxtMd JIibd of Java. The Boston TrartTtr gives an 'interesting account ofca beautiful talking bird, lhe Java Mlnonow domesticated in that city, and the'dellghtof-xli tbe Inhabitants. He has. a" fine tenor voice, and shows moat remarkable Intelligence: We have seen several persons looking admi ringly at bin, and baveiieard him say lu the mobt distinct manner, after he has gazed In tently, apparently listening to the conversation, "My name IsSlino. After waiting some time, as if he expected a compliment to be be stovved upon him, he has raised his beautiful head and proudly said "Mlno is a pretty bird.' If nopersbn effuri any words of praise, he jumps about his large cage a few times, turns bis back to the. astoniihed spectators and indignantly and emphatically aays, in a sharpe tone: "Go away t go awayl" He then gives a loud aud hearty guffaw, exactlv like the " ha ha ha ! of a human being. Of course, every person laughs at the droll bird. and the droll bird lamrha ,ni. .-.I .... ' -f .giU aiiu Mil. Good morning." TVhen he sees hlg admirera disperse, be tells tbem in the plainest language to shut the door." If be is asked his name in an affectionate manner, he will immediately renlv: Mr name Is Minn Rn Ar. .!r jWhen he befc-a aeeral -persons conversing u5uj--, HuuouiMKingany notice of '"Sr,; " . , ?f i 8y u llaDSf,orr Uij,.en,y "poken, and the - t, ,ij n , ... It WOUld Seem that Allno'a vrrnariil9i-l-r9 t , . ... , ; ' . v . . SJ nstrue- e world narfi.tltr imi tates the human -voice, The JVoreler gives the following "personal" deirrlntinn of ehr. remarkable Joreign resident of that city: tr. a I . .1.1 t .... . . m ' . i.T.V r"". " ' auwu. uie sue or toe. American crow , ."- . .im e ueavier. Ills ' K ! . Vthe eDi,0he , f?K? ! ?ou' w?We. neh!?- He has r.K.'SL'f S"1;. PIu.miF is remarkably beautiful, when it glistens in the taya oi uib sua. it is a very rlcu variegated purple" and green. The wings are nearly black, with whit bars near the ends. The feathers on the .head are very short, fine and tblek, and resemble thcriehest gloss of dark velvet. He hasa long and beautiful lappel of bright yel low extending from each side of the back of bead to the nape of his neck; there is also a small yellow oblong mark on each side of bis heard. His legs and claws aie yellow'. - His tongue is long, pointed at the end, broad In the throat and flat, thus differing from that of the -hi-i, i.-.j . " , ; which isTound, short, and somewhat SUIICU. ) From taetfew Tort tunes Uthiuit. York Yacht Club. Mr. Stevens waa ehoaen Commodore-of the -Club at its formation, and remained so uptil he resigned, about one year adoul io.i iiir. atevecs started tne rirst " Uay Boat" on the Hudson river. The A'cio Philadelphia made tbe trip to Albany reg ularly in twelve j member that Col. Stevens predicted, many , years ago, that carriages driven by steam would run on a road along the banks of the Hudson, frem New York to Albany-. Loco- j ventor of the first propeller. Within about f a weelc after i-ulton's first paddle-wheel boat , - r - ..... j..ulll.nulu iu( ! made her first trip to Albanv, driven bv a en- t ; 1 1 . v . l . . . . J . i cine built bv Watt Bolton, in Entrlartit a boat' driven by a steam enerine and screw , planned by and built under the .eyea ot the father Robert with John at the belm and" I Knhart it lh,r.ln. 11.. n? tr . .V33CU LliC ncff iocs. ucium utcu nuuDh.cu ana ujis city. AD3t ' propeller is now preserved at Hoboken. and 1 challenges the admiration of our mathesna. , ticians and mechanics of the present day by 1 its curves and efficiency of form, In 1830 the Stevens's turned thftlr energies to j ... " - . v ..o a uini;u . .f -1 L cUClglCO iU constructing the Camben and Anbo Railroad At this time onlv two other ralaVnaA. h,A K-ao I mulrrtatcan Tr vnr n.Vrii ''i ih lint iii - iy - M - ,!lcfJStorfof this rh 'to the present, -Jcbtr 'C.-jptevemf bas beet large stoektiolder. 1 a . IS) Jt-aV a 1 I a rirsa iTnr.nru fr. sa. iiirrrtnr ruj . - , . nsne ermw Ma f i-6ww ,w ... vj , j v Mr. Stevens' taste for horses had added much to Improve the breed of these animals in this part of the country. His skill apcT-knowledge of the-pointa and condition of a,fatrse, and Lis judgment in training, enabled him to" bring his 1 race horses to the stand on a race dajr in the oesi rouumuu us uitu mcjr s cumc This, with bis self-possession and quick de- -csloc, gave him great advantages during a race, lie was tne. owner or several ot tne fleetest racers of his time. His challenge, by 'the.cdTer of a b'et of $20,000 on Eclipse against any Southern borse, resulted in the gnat race between Eclipse'and Henry. , Mrv Stevens, married llaria Livingston, and purchased a residence at Red Hook, on the Hudson river, where for many-years he resid ed, and devoted himself to agriculture and tbe adornment of bis country seat. When be cul tivated bis farm be led his men in the harvest, and asked no one to cut more grass than be did bimseif. Ill-will to bis fellowman was dis cordant to bis nature. During tbe last fifteen years of his life be resided at South Amboy. Here he devoted rauch attention and monev to tbe improvement 'of his country seat. It contains over 500 acres, I j b tf -la prcjocliye fieI(1, ls p,eed of many attractions' which are the malt of art, Upon a hill he formed an artificial lake, covering about five acres ot ground, which be stocked with choice varieties of fish. Exten sive eraperies also add to the beauty and value of tbe place. He had no children. Mr. Ste vens was a Whig In principle. He hss recently been encased, in connection with his relative, Mrs. Conover, in planning and erecting at their privati expense, at South Amboy, a free t Epis copal cnurcn, a scnooi building, a nospitai, and a home for the indigent widows and or phans of those who have been in the employ of tbe Camden and Amboy Company, and others, in circumstances of need,-who" may seem wor thy of favor. x,ast November Mr. elevens re moved from South Ambov to Hoboken. About six months ago he sold his interest in the prop- BlJSa AAA W t i S.AA O OCa' AA v DUIU uio luvvillk aaa tsvst, u wr . th HoloVea Land andJmprovement Companr, to bis brother, Edward A. Stevens and retained In bis own possession real estate amounting to only half of a block of housesin Hoboken. i ne amount 01 uu property is proo ably $1,500,000. Female Paiktisg J. iroman.'f IVidc. Painting is said to be carried to great excess at tbe present time among tbe fashionable ladies ot Paris, notwithstanding the' use of paints ruins the natural complexion. A malicious devised made a no.c ot lu ratia icttct tw tu? lien vr.icua p,-cavon .. .fj, tell B Ter g.od joke here of an el- der, yzaax womlu ho bad trained a little jIllTan4 tog to ict tbe face of the persons wbo ts. ,k.e .n... k. ..t- S139GU l ami, Ut 1 nu.u.., vm y . . . . ; ,. , nerfidious Httfe seoundrerwbie1irun ,nU chk wh it,aij, bulvrgerbus , gmothered in cream, the1 coroplexidn off .,xteen. other jdt'was shrivelledj ' "iTv of I gjg,, . . W cjtei uu , ? wrinkled, yellow, it requirea an me i-rencn smothering Uoghtet to ippres, iaerriacnt whicti tbls fiiJiLcxcitcd aasa'l Ik. Mitlss. nCfrViav VrarVllakh : Siv-TJ , ?' " the wnoie room, taut mac uigut -oiur wfi j ken 8jck wi(h , .ai,rilJ,j amiuwp ays af- rd, it growiea its last bow-wow-wow in.! Rearms of its weeping and desolate mistress, . a ,d eveM' at it was thepalntf rti Itallaawhteh killed' this aneelic pup, and she spreads this report so industriously, it is said there is no sraill chance of Us getting into the court-room In the shape of a suit for slan der." I Paevextiox or Pittixo IX Small-Pox. Mr. startin. the senior sureeon of the Gurney fourteen yeara tor fs yiyms r" i t . ..ns.l.halr hrtiaa. to tne anex or very slight and transient, t - ' - Trade Betweex Clitelaxd axb ,We understand that the vessel now A - s.lw sm t eliardaewt t mm eT,riTe IT A oeing omu hhswiEv to Llverpn?! has already a back teiAl. coatidise engageaior uui potu, at tu.. ,.. ....r.-j.. and wa do not see why it , : WB lhallveab,t lolarpbrt European , 8 - witB0iittfct delays and expenses of . , .' , . T'.l- -.J D,S.1a .,1, .transhipment at New York and o,fa!o, and without fretting ourKivee aitue mcii,a iu use nil. Jfl.T. t?.1.mJi ftvrnll UltCU.Vf-"ew friniiT. n n ictt t wm i a nrsr rrc intuit rsm.i,xu.:sa j " 1 1 - ' -- -.w k auu luuu Ul U-ktCI V . uiuLivn imu n i il 1 1 1 rt naton nn ir and tt-n ; - vvu ttaaa obvuaa W w s are you i ' pox, aim wuicu v" f li. oti't-exnsct '.successful.. The plan consists In applying the e of iu mnfAarufei. or anv vesicating fluid, by EaUC T "r t a V ,tt c .Wf vt tbk oicASioir ornrHi THIRST TKAISwiU kav. lfxJ(PHtS at :W o'clock. X a sr , 8EC0KD TBiTS-w'.a feare Uemphls at 1:13 r. K TlUBPtBAUf wuilea-reXnnphlr oa tte ariital of rreltht train, about 4t!S-f. M. fcBSTOBytNO, ' Wul!'reGraaiilwal..,.'.i......,.,l.oq r it. . X nU5i I m w m cciaiareU at ,...". . .' t 8 00.af. Dlantat.. ..t. ....... tv-- -- af. PriH x. .............. .......... e oe r.n OntfosbrCol.'Barse'.' ' tm. Taladictorr ........a 10:00 C.M. CJ-ntito;'a Bcais BaedrlRha la attendance. fi,. ATjtH3, JUtl-Tt ' e 3cprrfiUaatTt.TraMprtatlJ3. O. GKNTLSV AJ.', asrd about U, whs haa prohatlr Urter acqulaUoc la WntTtsBMe, Kortlt Klulilp 'pi acd Arkanau. ihaa anjothtr ptnos or tlr ai la jleapbls, deilres a partntrtMp la lome wtHataUih(d hsaloeai taie In thli tUj H wCf brlitj wtth htm at leaat nr(7 acd Isdnrtrr, and a (Ddat far labor. No Gaaalaalotf liesiethat itllf, itoraa aad salsa Cot ton at flrtr eenta a bla wd applr. riftr teaU. a Uli, atrlcflr adhrnd to; iSae not btllara will par. ,'nnlJ-llt . Ilolloway'a OiatBieHt IS tha oolr external application which can ha aaed win. oat danrer la Krjilpeiaa. Stpprtulr aalrea and lotlooa drlte lb, dlieaat to tha brain, thla Ol&tmcot pacetratca far ttlow the anrraco and neatrallxai tbatidlltr cao. la ah dlaeaaea of U ikln It la oqoally rallablO ' Sold at tha tnannfacttrr. No. SO Ualdan Lane, Xew York, aod byaOl aronliU, HUc.ftU , and $1 per box. ut7-dtawlw , , A New Pleasure. WX hare alwiyi cesaldn th real Parlsa CaloEn aa the sMtmodMta&dpnirIaxar far our Uilet tabl, bat th other dar wa ware teopted by a atrar hotuaef Burn If'i KtiHtfon, or Ortrsf Wtltr, prepared by lit lira. Jotcni Buaurrrr a. Col, trtmont ilmt Wa 7ltld It tha para ; th tPcd ft aalntarj and tha perfaae txqaUlte; after tha application wa feel aa Maud and balmy aa a afar awning, Wa bag to entreat to the pro prleUra to siata It leia lrrlabt'bla If tfier expect to ap ply the demand. Serf on Gtxtttl. Tot Aala by S. MANSFipLD 4. C&. and all Dreg- tlitlit 50c.a34Slper bctt.. rfe?"!! - I Trae Toilet of Beauty, the ptrfeetlon of branty, ern in tb 3wt baantlfsl WGman, il gained at her talltt. There the Tut of Sua KXTT'i XUliHTOK, crOBixiT Watu, U lndltpen- table; Ueradka'aa all nmlgttly ohjecta, aoeb aa tan, freckln, and pimpiaf, aad glret tha cemplaxloa a dear and blooming appoaranea. Praparad by Joicrir Bcb NEXT Il Co., "Trim ant atrtet, Bton. or ! ky S. Jf AN37y:U) X CO., and deakrt graer ally. filcaSOc and 1 jr bottle. Jonll-datwlw A Great "Medicine for Females rtOTDRXDStf atlainlanlahaaa been laTtnted and aold parpjrtbig ta b iptcJSc ta the varloea diaraica and U raninstnta to which tha delleata form tt woman rander hariabject. Tharranltof ail theiaitlmatanta haa baen to lmtumovun!tr)i ietivityla th nmrsuj lyttm, and faUtTigortolhaaiturJat fcanalarcUef haa barn ame caedfd by a depraatlon and pretltatloa greater thaa hr fore; and tha repeated attempi'of InralUa ta bnlll them tires np by theieaZie rnutitt, hara Snatly ended a deatroylag what UlUe Tltal erganliatUa waa left. Sal la aalcg "XaRUAVE's Holland Bimaa," yro wBI Sod no anrq dlaaatrooa reaalta. It la a pra regctabla roapoasd prepared oa Itrictly tekalidc prlaclpla, attar tha manner of tha cdabrateu IlaUasd f roreeior.. ota- HAa3, l umuBR iriry bcttv 1I8 mniqa ,f celTaa new ttrangtb and vigor, apprtlta andalerp rttaro, and flnaBy, petfect beallh. Sea adrertlaamrtt la another Wliere Poisons exist. tMerc can tke antidotes be vtotind.'''- THIS aeema atmttttobatnetawof nat ara raijd the ab orlglsea of thla country1, aa It were b) lsitloct, acted arun thli piiacipl. The pctaonoaa malaria la thla raflon, wlilch prodaoea lnterBuaittcBla,caa be daitroyad btba agtidibs koowa'aa Xaaiwrd'a SOutk Anerictn, Frtcr and Agu Rmtij, bjog-a.teiDpind of vegetable Pt nllar to th tectlou where thadfjnaaepraraila. Can W had dt any of'rkl reipeclab'l Htntjvoi when daoaa rcted.or apinlonaX ft b-w'ga. aolldU wui be en- 4oraadti tha letter. . , ' daw-lw THERE are plenty of yooas grsUasMn, aa weB aa ftanty ot old oota, nhoaebcarda arc trniruf (ray, which data tha fonaer 1 geod deal of uneatlM a,' and expoaea the ago, ot tha latter. To avoid tha t'.Klrperplexitlea at advise aaca of onrrealera ta aia Prafiutir ICood'a BaiTlUtte raire. whleh will, la the conraeaf'S few wa, change the wblta hair to tta aalaral c-kr. Jtdoeanatdya tha hair, hka the moat of the bU restorative!, bat prodacra agradaal change of co-erfrum tbe roots uf tba hair to thrSsal end, and iltea lta'Aa and glossy appearance. Wahaae srn many peraonawbo have naed tt aoccrssmily and proaoc&ced tt tha onlyiuvrntloa which haa coma np to their idea of a 'curt for. gray heada." Wa commenotd using It 'about twa months since, and .f .we ar auy Jodr-- of and- bcaety. it haa made Ms at least ten years jV agcr In fact, we ar beginning to tool: quiii jobqi, t&ui i .ery ubuuii aviiiug a juuuc . The thasae nuracnioua, and it wwiid ta aa du&- I M,, . .... w.i. .. h..m v m.. none yonng, sdj; r 1 vary mcca uta telling a youua cult to Sud a g-ay atr now as it would be lo find aa-ldea In the head af the lKiae of BacKlcgham. Wa know - eralold tnaWa anc ?m yonng -widows, wboaa locks are Jtttt begtnalBg to, -ue a sUvery hoe, and who bare been lalklag arrfon; Vut-ut rwortlne to Ibis remedTland w adrl them nofcl ,a any longer. It Barer fags. St Limit Herald. To U bad of O J, Wjod (c Co., lit Market atraetir. Lola. and at drntti.ta'sentraJly- junl7-dawtw free Exhibition. THE STAR OALLKItT now effera for exhlbltlaa the finest eonertloa af oftl, PAUCT1KOS of anyOaaaiJrto tba country- j t Tha 1IIPKUL nTOaKAra la an ot.the leallug pictures or taaday. 1 Xkit 1, ty TAJIK, k PfcP tow, i r The UALUOTTTt-f-tse-arirr'-C?, ythsVfeeea be aeen a;y; Go are them. -itwuui niexnTrnsr j , SI wsatyu 1 aissa, THS Btaay trWencea adduced tn thla city place It be yond doubt as to tha permanent cure of COkSUSfMIOli la all of lta forma, by tha continued usecf Dr. SUtDGK'S rJOABHOCKD IKCTOaAL. CSOOT Rliared ta one ralnuu. ' PU MroodIaud Cream," X POafADV for beautifying tha HAIR-highly per fumed, anterior to any French article laporttd, and for half the price. For dressing Ladies Hair it haa a equal, firing It a bright, gloeay appearance. Itcacsea QenUemen's Hair to curl la the most natural manner It Tenures dandruff, alwaya firing the Hair the appear ance ot bring fresh shampooed. Price only ' fifty cenu. Hone genuine unles signed, FETllIDGS at CO., Proprletora of the "Balm of a Thousand rTowara.' K For sale by ad Druggists. aplTnleodly Xortli Alabama, middle Tennes see undXorth Mississippi Trade: THE DEMOCRAT, IIuntavlBe, Alabama, published by J. WiTitraa Clat, Xdl.or and Proprietor, la nearly thirty-lire yeara old, aad la much, the largeat paper la Kort. Alabama, aad Its propristor Itlttva tt Is the oldest and bas the widest aad most general circulation or auy Alabama paper la tha Southern counties of atlddle Ten nessee) th counties of JacVsoa, DeCalb, JtsdUsn, Vsr ahan, Liuiaalone, Morgsn, Blount, Hancock, Lawrence, Lauderdale, .Prat. kilo and Walker cquatlea, In Alabama, and the Korthern rouuUea'of Mississippi. Adrertlse mema left at taa JiEitriits ArrzAt. Office;, with Jaatea Penn. Bsq. er forwarded. dKreRf to "Tjk Xlcmocrar, UutUtvilltiAU.," promptly inserted at rest on .tie rates. April t. liST. ' . CHALYBEATE SPRINGS, NEAR BOLIVAR, Hardeman County, Tennessee. WiH He Opexred 1511 ot .June. THK anderalgaed, having recently purchased the above well known wa'ertng place, ia now Trflttlngthe same anLpnttlag the buildings, grsucds, ate., ia aa compl-a order aa any Springs in the eouthwsat. ,Tba locatloa be ing ln the healthleit portion oi Tennessee, aaa easy of acaaa Iron. aH aecttona ot tbe country Ills believed that these Springe will, the coming season, present to the aeekeraf pleasure, aad healUi attractive aecoad to ao others ln tbe Union, lhe water is or the beat quality, possessing One curatleequalltlea.and the proprietor win spate) neither pains not expense la rendering Ma gaeata comrortableduricg.tbeiraotouTnwlUthlm. . The means of aecese tj three Sprlnga ty very easy, they being situated directly oa the Railroad frera KenpKla to Bollrar.SH mllee froni BtflTaf-and.slxiy rom Mem phis. The cos tot reaching neta trom Memphis' Is ear; three dollars Persens -sUllrng tae Sprbiga caa hare Urn phis la tha mora teg aad track them by boob p and leave In the afteraooa and reach Memphis for supper. J. C KABSLMAir. Proprietor. P. In addition to lhe athrrattracti: aa ot the place. L tiers wW be kept a 4a"e bander MC3I0 to ohUaea Ue tnestf. m 'majBdawtmj " r vT-' 'Tvff'W iCli '. '- " Tt A. X. "w " . . Are partly cured bijfcTlfe j uta -t.'.bLBAJCK x1s-osbs5S olT -ti TRIPS' $J: DBXPARKD and aod by Wv. . 7 Ad V A. alga of ifegrp ana tiontr, phli. : Tke MHtsal Life n TAT y ,t . V -A, Try OP" JfEW T03JC. AccHmHlated I'Hnd, $3,trtfrtiV. THE ratsa adeptNtay this Company are? baaed upon the most correct cVrrallcni. Policy holders get all the gaina , at trpp JEN21NGS, u.u'uasiinvi aa h ia Furery mtmalAarlrg no l'lr-j-ffothasf)tnU lAXettearJiff Hag of pioflts froia-tlieijCcTetf, - ,f o ' AarperSorf-wLrilig toasracee on-Me araaAln m'.' NO. 43 CSA& TO" 3B dea aILlnfarai!Lan.tArfca wi V iv. ,r77I . '. Maaufactay ppucauoii,oycaiiineici ectll-lT .'. . CCtcVes lav, To their arrse.t, ey -- - 3 -eaw -j 4. eBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSWTlewat 1 I f sh Pi 1 V l.wursife:alitwrarWwarrocllIeir wiororraattoa aataal I meit.tr aTi-eotls Hilar5 r tvo jxaia. fir au VJ mad 40 rtnlf.;da.','Tcr 'iUl hk JunlTQPER at LEiiJB, 1 ja . , r Vsvrnsili Us' - n.nA V TF1T'Vru'".'0i voif n garns; Jeasa and Uarriv.niie - iv l.vv .at see at ease l Cot too xins. andae is. w...7.i too aMfdo Bttemfr tsWthe ageror tie7tii.- 7tT EeK i,n t, a t 1 ftld c I eea rnaa oeaieri wrnetally. We jit ri aoW 1 . 1 ; 1 : . iJWaw VRVG. STOKE. .l ' WL 1. store andVforaaTe be "OTtEJC Ifain-ax. 1:1 no s.T"FJzZyB: VUonnw the citbenj.of Meajphl aatt jsebfiaensrariy that nave re rflored our stock of Snag to the.coraec of Mail and ingall wdjatyrrt8r-p.wiUiVcall. -,rTere also te rroitpl tr'a fna aappry of tresa at (-. Chemicals. -Paints, OUaf PejMnery, ate. . 'PrtlfnlratKloa psht to sffiaar rfPme.-tptlose-: ail hosrs of iiy aaulQepM. VV . oLWorijVnVHoaj'. lore aoi for'ialo lr PCrrTKR.'XAta.se, u wr)imjtonae. . T.ytr sale lowly LEAKE.. " i" 4KjUih street j j Ttdpa.t4 atjroodl -s1 A TSiT 1 lie wiliiiVii. I-i S,'V' "TT"' " I9,alatjeet. Ireia." ' Tr36-lm i'yaclTeipd-feT tile? yiiasstsain-at, - oreaara .atouae lat 3sri SF rw . rsssssssi tbey cac ea aba aor"y3 ortfeVt l! -And la thairiseal to'.serra Sat tnry.msst Al at was tdi tat tt at'atrtt way; goad it lda lost, ' - 1 To naks-Ucg bma, with aU their X-t attoats . A Aad thtu they th Cit opszr th ai sfceVS , b'ttrrn. 4- jUd arrr Ibcrttieif tesrrto ,had. tiwk taCTT. t I i .SL. v 1, .l.i . .1 j "Mm", win, .hcii.. Vo.tlnn. KNewfMaiM T3sUa,Jiw;tfD)tla - Iw.U.lowMtlntb7v'rfci - CbeapOoodai Cheap frjodsj Unw the cry tWrjt- Rjr-lStirr leilf bt"?L-. Bat r yeaay, Juat ouena aaJ Iry yaax loct.a. aV.iaii7.- , i loaii-w jfiygq. yfxvs ssarzr, xb an. ,.V. .VI M aAfi Id , . HUWiuu n in,, u .1 umWl "Hfli MiuiW IOC JtigTIjaait 01 1.11V erK Ward. ForJRcatay A TWCr-STORT Brick rioeae JureraouilreaU foa jl araatoa guea uamonately. xsqalraot . J. O. LOCin.tlX Jar.Jl-lw "Ofl.-t of Tern. Mararaad i In Co. Ten Hollars Kefvarti,. QTOr.'m fronitlit4aae'r,o the Uia of Jaw, U a reiwy msra nnle, 5rat Haa text hlahr bum roacbad, aad tall shared. Tta aUira reward will riT.D rvr it amiery ar tna aame", ar ary lauraiuv that will saenre ha-1 tta asbscrlber, whw TlTta "ahoua right miles f rem JfeciDhU. sear tha fUsoo. Sat .rrt iinaianoma Tnrapiitffa - irapitfj JWBS-- i JiJfK vrjm. . Eslrrfy, Shelby Coimlj rp XXXX ap, by Un. Sarah rnryrar. en tha tSth day a. is.,, ona aonei narae- orar iwo yrara w, blata face, left tiad foot while, collar mark, oa ilai hoalor, few white hairs la nana- and' talL " Mrs. Par year resides la the Sixth Civil District, ana mile tonta of Xacca Bridge. Inn31-at A 3 THOMAS, Hangar COTOOSA SrRIKGS, A. Tne PKOPMITOZ3 are plraird ta annooec to lb public that this fashlosabl .waUrtag place was opened far tha recaption of visitors oa tha 13th test., and they aatUttsamaelTca they wm ha enabled b. ih.ir vn remUtrd a U rat sou and tncraaaM tactlltlra la-reaSn- coai;iU)f 4t gay similar MtahiV-h- ment ut th South During the a-aaoa thera wilt b. a Fancy Bai) aad Touiaamcnt, whl.h wBI be duly aa noanwd. Jnttt-loim BATTgr fc-ycDO.f AU J9JEJf9 ROUTE EAST AND NORTH, AXD ALL rOI.tTS The Memphis and Chariest or aw-1uaawrTaJsa'aBarui RAILROAD, Connectin; MEMPHIS, by continuous line's of railway, with . SAVANSAH, CHARLESTON. WILMINGTON, " i NASHVILLE. KNOXVILLE, I RIOHMOND, i BALTIMORE, " PHILADELPHIA. NEW YORK. 7: ' T Tliron;li Tickets, (Cai until Sues',) sold at al! bteraUtlha deters! Bii'- l road Ticket Offlca, next door to-the Commercial Iloul atsiirnis, TsaH , ana at the Kaaroau iKpoL Trklna lesTaafrmnbls dadr at CK ufclcca. a. f . cnn. i oectlng wita all Kastera andiCAltiiA trata. ,Tlirpugh to Nashvillo 25 hours. The rternt CoacrailM of taia road, ftrsm ItewnLla- ta Stavanacnm miles,) ndw fully equiprl with tut and caf ailing tocomoUvea. new and elexnf naasenazr cars ,-aaf and anbstantisit tra,t.k, and a well ballasted roadway, ACerda craajer dlsoatcha barely am comfort, thaaena - i ' tamf Ikmjh', 'fxW'a'l warr rirra reiousM rarr. r- runig lkrmimzjkt1 Territory. f'y" tecBfif, r. mtiU'l trfANTS. vnvred--bj con tiitouaVsUwar throuch Georgia. &Aa"t .Garwlic anJ Norta ApJIoa. orcy theGreat UetrrtPoUUB.ne throega- wSSfty SS? ..iVX.: m'r KaatTeaaea ee-ana Virginia, witn n-iV ajjy-lirty miari of ataalsgrdauy redeclngi b--twta iOioi"4lan4 cr. tol ODening a most, drstraMe and Aattrartire be.lUir route, wtta nfisurpassed. beauty of p Wtarr--ie nsoanUinJ acancry, to i.rnciiaurg. Kicnmeaa. atict te ai or Tne ctuaaaATED viaftlsiA springs. The fellswln'g seoedaleof dlstaacea ahowg this to b the Short tit Routt between the Jlisslsaippa TaSey aad all pol&U Kt and Xortl : f, Msmpbls to SteTnn, (miles) ...STf Strrensoa to Chattanooga.......... 38 Cbattaaoega to Dalton-........ .... A.. ....... ....... as Palton to KtTlIlc-...-..-.-. ... .... .............. .Ha Knoxruie to Bristol....... no Bristol te Montgomery White Sutehcr Springs.. .....12( alsalgjmrj Whl e saiphcr sprregaU Salem iunu wLjiiuusis.... Lynchburg to R.ciixawfe-1 Klchmood to Waahlngton Clty --. IlJt Wathluxtan City to Bsltbaore. ....... .a, Baltimore to Phnaitlshla...... III!:: a UsVlna-. Al.lsnisa a. 1 VQ rstf. - U va. 1 . sm, uusariiaM aav a,a v aviast.a, - 4 Tork sfilesl ICTmilea brwayof Cairo, asd the McmiisWaiit! L'ria'l St B aUtXHli aels Central aad Xew Tort Caatal Route. - - TV nirwa.w r fr.vn- Urmn.ls in W At Saleni Passangera Uke f(a--bone ?. Cotka."' 01 TnBimrae.aaMrAdamiiedroaduthe3areetandWhon Surphnr Sprigs. Charkaton, Kanawha, Sc . T. C ARMS, General Superintendent Venp&.a, Teas . June 20, 18i7. XsnZir Joticet TRR anamateteetun of the flint I L ana sotuerrtne 1 H-vnpnis oa tbe 8lh i oace, at ta o uai, SlVt. if SHELBY MALE HIGE SCHOOL Bailroad Excurstca by Camet Light THK clj-tat Ki.niscs ef the Shelby Male High School wU take place on ilONDAT, th SH mat. CoL Mil Ion A. Haynea wul aikresa the Llttrary So ciety at night. as nrsslng'a Brais Band wdl be tn attrndaa-e. Col Ayrea win sead oat aa extra trala which til return at Bight after the Exercises are al) over. Tbe Students will prepare a Dmner for the Visiter., aad the programme for day and nifcfft wm be made aa In terestlng st possible. The ptiM e are respectf aQy lavlted te attend. Kxtminatloa vM ommenee at ..........8 00 a m Pinner ..t. ............ 3 00 r M. Prill...'. .0O r. as Cat. nayawa' Address S r. it Valedictory... 10 r. it Jantrst ITAATED. A SITTATIO.V as Book-kesper, by Geatlrmanswbe haa been engaged In buaioe.a far the last eiganrea ntantha la this dt,. He baa a very general acquaiatane throuthout thee-untry. The best city reference !. Address Box ST. P O 10BiO-rtl tw Browned, OX SttBdsy.JuBeTtb. IS6Tat IslaadKo. aT.Mlsa'a sIssHPl river, ROBERT i. ?ATCHS, between Hand IS yeara at age; bad oa a"JI3a aact coat and blue cotton pantaloons. Any person reruset'ng the body, or that can gire any uifoncatlsa, wffl confer a faroron his dl.tre.s ed mother. MARIA BROIVK, Jno3J-8ltwlt At Esq KW WMr-Trd. iaotirning Mantles, witite Silk und Lace Mantles, Black Silk aad Lace afaiitles, Fancy Silk and Lace Mantles. For laJe.Very w ty aT. Xi. Ta. J-aOXaC, juiiO-diwlm MAln-at., sear Wotshaaa House. Chatfgre of Time. MEMPHIS & CHAELESTON RAILROAD. OX aad after SC'DAT, 21st Instant, MAIL TRAIN will Ware Memphis, Dallf, at S;I5 A. jr., anise at 7:13 'r.'tt. Tbs ACCdKMODATIt& TSAIK will teate DaBy, ex cept Sasdag. a 145 p. M t trrlTe at II:15ji. TRAIN'S LEAVE SOXKt VI LLR, Daily, at70 A. M rad.l:i r. af- exeept Sundays one train. B: AIRES. Jon30dlwv s 3apt ef T.atsaprlslioa. . 'FftEPARE FtiR TH JDBILEE ! BVEBTBODT MC5T PB0VTDS THEMSELVES WtTH A COPT Of TUT PICT Brother O B I A Ii Jonathan TO THE FOURTH OF JULY. totsuUlcstt W00D.IXGRJLV1SCS. ai5o,ooo: ifi-r Ow pr. rJriraai?ryrWti tlu, w . " Pft - i A.'W. JTCTLZH, Sec-y. DlttSCTORS ; ttl VnifMAn. thbstattcrlsstt speculation, huta a sirs to iwt theiaSeencewi e& i n:ak Jl.nwoed CtcettrU DLOSCTOR3: Aler. ABlsdey. Jhoorpsoc Aadertoa; X-Hsrd5v r. A. Owan, " ' JoaephVaulx; ' Jameawiiie . 'an nwa it ornery aii, fur her tt aecoapHaa.1 which appearatokesreaera: d.ii ttf ot " J , 1 . a, a.asiix. mocnOiU-attt la - . j..,...:. crocae. to. Breteat -ro aa t ' i woo uetartr orter Bd giro thiiratouu eeptahie; oa laCJUil. d we'll-e or Mh., - tBnllUsr' In town er a jatrj. use AtlB Va, UIO I1VX1, 3. a. LOXSDAIJ!. l-nrt . pace JeCtraon street, Memhx.' iBsarasce CeepRy, I ownera are cert iyrauniedtoatbabeeii .on, QBALEOPMPOSAUlwurte retired. MiTfraB. - U of tBe sarfsrsf atafape4eaveh.ptbSv tied or fourryears. tu. As.Ueraete ahrHXVby.dStemr!ie.er w,V. -t Xo. S. or ftttrg la.. t Wr,.rU aact, prwwttjjaj tt toJ aai ehiUuZf ' . AcetiLMriiairjr.ri,.i,crZ:. . .,K.'."Cri7..?r':iWi ruratsiuag aira- Scurf - u rtgfajjfjfrtsoB.trret. Mfga. Lb7 tar pjfcklcg pa rand fcr wooden cues raprSueTrfaBalUymiartwdwcUiri e,aaJwaUtecia.rk,., ,he PeatmSst!ST mat Ulreotv TttM aiutt uarar lanvjil' SS ija ( Pi etaat eAiSI S f s a ts, . . " ;TfleeC It Sktama " tse; or ' -Tit .i.... uiTnl-b 1 s AnnntoMhelcnalnient wttr -,i.i... . . The din fer'niibsr - sC-ra4W3is veWgre M 6, excuM latts.beaV.tjX C&iS Ire fornw.ee lae.atrafld Jpi' cteiy ot UehtiijiU ta tne contract ; -aaa t ts, himself thensAitOH'i rsvtr that tae aaae:e: ft thesarket Jor-aSje,- will In aa ease simtiio-.- r-vrty who ahairtMLInbi. -rriL ttanssfBcr irrnnaSM s 2MrvBe A, M r . t'rw namM 15 W 'sad larrsea Use. . JKtOSXwr Jt cilX V IZZZZaT v"-"'--etaas. . -,t; la M WmiM k3 L, Soufli Ajni KB' ;.';..Jri-K. Mass J has ijrm ix r ! w,no. tt 4.tn-a itwiil eestoridji ; vt rrrurbt r ivrx havSrs aaparUr see" tionsoaiiybuinr.-' . . ie-4-at i AVALt.rrrw niRt ' - f STJMSUBB ASaANGE!l3 T (XEW OULEA'S, ME'lFHIS i-.CilRO- umahibpasw u. tavtira icnr :rru, TBE STlAMtX BEI.fAST---. V7m, Wray- :w'fer rfFTTZJS LEATXS A3 tUW"' yya rova. turn 1 Aa.-r rf LUTH - t - - - - itu rfll JO - - : 3t!'r' '.. '. .J'dI Jt!- IMitr ........ .kfmJKt CJLSIEO ...VtsrJMy - - . . . . ..... ...A 1113. v...n rSJ . i. "Vir Tstr tsxa taraay .... , ida ---- f Iyaiitrioiwo. JjT.Tae.daT.........Jvly 37, 8 r b j T.tamnday.. IrorSTH TaiJ LTAvra ACS 8. 5 j t, 7 r J JlearUnd rJtV D. Lot Dry HMr.T- J W Powao.f Trunk It. It of I A J. Joyca Xesavbif, ! T Sboxr Bacon. 'V"" lurtgscd ,-'1)stS5c JUBILEE LOOK Great Excite Merrill Rise-Pailroad Ills aa ta Rrancu BlTar,' tut BJSread, zn jfeae-a ,tsaIm sT,rTtfcrrpott lis rtrfaieaa. Xrerybodr iniUed ta I 0iu av ' n r r u i nui KatVcnrar: aa thav day, frrr Ttrau 1 caaa, or Biatu-oaya brfef ua paper kad,thraeyaars, without latuaat. i ' . tt. c. Batsc Er A.CV , ,By lf . O,rT tliscir ABctaArrrs and ftxm ata'-B.otf TSrXM t&ase frtesda tnat- wtsb to bar loU. we: can i I MallsoandathpsaU. 'i f v bdy YoWmem sow. 3la4tsoaa&d ac tbaptets. ronlO "TTTE tarMQtwae to osaVrlstor Jarg ri--k , ca- .? J far COST, and asw tetjttt than w VdretOaxpetf.at tt adajrryar nraaaeia oa atfacta. " laprrUl Three-Ply, Super An s atu: Cjssuaf peta, atvarUu pleea. For jrcar btrjsint caa Wfare Us- Bit - J at XMCCiNCI avlu, lanlS 192 3tafct-al Menu, a T. . Fifteen Per Cent. S.red " fv--"! aesjslcx joar rarmlaia at H sSS St CO. 'a brf a the Fmt ffl ura-r 4-0 rrinnatr rAamusABLirsKXiT a ' 'sered for sale by 3tcKvasvryHaww per cent. Iras thaa - he jM"aunaaIppt taw axtanslaa a ihvrr aad eallAAJUtliM TarfGRlsy, at i o. meat. 15 Xinrr, Run Hex fas. TTj; iave resoaeil TV eotd nazals jaiifEaeonia fi'l'tacwdia. KATE rSf2EE, DVastrr. X. T. WOOD, Clergy S saw, spleadM aad fast ateaB9r, Toy. bera perchaaed for the pac- at ! !"lc'or Jaiaea LanghMwiU f rSK.! tTJ'' Iea T mmt reinir.,,ju..? at Xspeiswn- with Watte- lS I JunlS-K Will Alwaya le FeaadaT pE0-feS U know i AT whathemay waattobarfer... will be sure tv And It ta th last PAGB. BeraemVer taut, aad aaff of looileg aB ver ak ptper. I Aabusmesseiateii,som set fttXy d lta -Unties. Y' Otnvy Mati.U Street, opp- j" IMSUKAXCZ, UtAL TATV AG SNOT. .Etna Fire ami. Inlif tiou Imirffmcc Csi CAPTTAI. AXD SCKPUaS - kSD OC5IBAI, &Fonrarding Jlercbaiw rtmI CBrX are. f Water street. Ualsr. na, a'ree,- nana rnax . aasfcTat-iVPjr f a'VslrVjl a r ' , j as. . , .... 1 1 1 M - Tm SO, 9 v I jrr - -iw": . KllllSi,. .... at -sfa&. 1 lOJTGja T , : If" N il, i r. n V 11 MM - IS. S r at g JlVr T ,or in A M7Qavt 1s W BOOKS BBbk ssaaa jvst rccziveh bt ..lsa'at., - Sir VlT prtctdcC and folwwr w s2S Oppos.-J raasaBAj j' A Cbaiice for a 3tan of Rnlnps'i VTTTSHINtlto enrage Is a itMereBt hoaaesa we! I V petaseBoara(eck at Lio.aora aad Graerri IxeanMe te ma. aoxr tire a sea.e if. tbe atore "l k bsa brra perskawd wnsia the laar az a z canreHT a-lee n a great narttua at which igj su-. la lo'eica nurltta since the SaU er Ki rchaae. JubI J. SOYD tt i Direct alninortation. Li fl H IJr 1 Brand3ir.et fiom Bordsaox, fUll Ci.ks I,.d.u Peltrr, 4aar a aad plnta. jastrceeiTeaaMf(vsj oy nis . J BOJno St fr; Domestic. 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