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ME M P-H-I S .
nfEStfiY. H0HKI5G, iUGUST 18, 1857
, GEK. G. J. PILI0J7- .
Tbistntlcnari arrived in our city Uat Sat-J
ixr&ij ercaftg, ta "route ror uu plantation .id
Arkansas. He is In inctt excellent hcaUhvan3
looks as though, time bad bade "but little in
road GponTiis con ttilctlon.
IMs very generally known that Gen. Pillow
will be a candidate before the coming legisla
ture for the place aow.oeccpied by Hon. Jons
Bell, in the Senate f the United Stales. Tht
country at large, and the South In particular,
will be greatly benefitted by the change. With
out disparagement to the claims of other, we
feel that there is nomaa in the State in whose
keeping the Democracy- and the entire Sooth
could, with more confidence and trust, place
their principles, their Jatereats and their rights.
Both as a man and politician Gen. Pillow ii
charartcised by sterling integrity, TinflUichiiig
devotion to principle, and a firm adherence to
democratic faith. His services in the field, in
the war with Mexico', are known and appre
ciated'erery where, and had it sot been for his
unwilllngness'to accept office, they would, ere
Lbis,hive been rewarded by tha people. While
oihtr distinguished Generals who served is
ibatVar have "been honored with some tfgo
office of pnblic treat, or by the presentation tt
swords, gold medals, &c, 'tc, Gen: Pillow
t and j alone as the object of an apparent slight
in this respect.
Bat neither he nor bis friends, as far as we
are adrised, rest his claims upon his military
services only. It Is his ability as a statesman,
his integrity and adhesion io correct princi
ples, upon which bis claims wlij be rested.
, The seat which Mr. Bell fills will be vacated
in 1S59, and we know of no man more worthy
to be his successor than Gen. Pillow.
THE 2LECH02B IK SOBIH CABOLUTA.
In the Second, Third, Fourth, Seventh and
Eighth Congressional Districts the Democrats
have elected their candidates by very large ma
jorities. The .opposition was merely nominal.
" la the First and Sixth Districts the coLtest was
close, but has resulted, we believe, in the elec
tion of both the Democratic candidates. In
the First District Shaw's net gains, thus far,
foot up 451 ; which insures bis election by 85
majority, without farther changes inhisDls
& trict Jn the First District the Know-Nothing
"f .candidate is undoubtedly elected. The delega
tion from North Carolina in the next Congress
will stand seven Democrats to one Know
No thing. This it, indeed, a most brilliant and
signal victory. The foreigners and Catholics"
have done the thing up brown in the old North
State I ! The native-bores seem toTe in a sad
If our Know-Nothing -friends were not
blinded; bjvprejadlce and bigotry, they would
very readily seV that the late unprecedented
triumphs of the Democracy have been achiev
ed, not by eseaped convicts, paupers and crim
inals from Europe, but by refugees from Know
Nothing lodges. These, added to the Old
ilne Whigs and Democrats have done the work.
A DISGUSTED XHO"W-SOTHDJG.
For thebenefit of such of the Southern K.-NV
who" believe that Sam and Sambo are no1
one and the samepersonln lb e Northern States,
we copy the following from the J'enatyltaziian :
"ifeaviSGTHE Amalpajia.tio.s-. JThe Bed
ford Gazette is requested hj Mr. Johk A.
Bowrs. of Kapler township, in that emnty, to
-.i.. 'hat Although he has. been a zealous
'.. , l.'i his life, anai voted the Know-Nothing
' u k- iter the ekesofoties of the Whig party,
r e czTii.ot go Abotftfoeissi, which is bow the
arnr under which the leaders of his old
..-j ia:iy.. He, therefore, wishes iUo be put
-ads, at the approaching election, to vote
fi.r Gta. Paccer and the whole Democratic'
S'ste and county ticket an example which j
wi!;Je loHowed by&a&dreds ot omer bo&
eBtiIgaJIp Bedford coeoty who have been
sjgnarfyi ' surfeited with the abominations
eT iKjfew-NoUiicjiin and Abolitionism. The
Gazelle says Mr. Bo wen is a man of the first
respectability, ranlilnj among the most intelli
gent citizens, and congratulates him upon the
'noWe determination at which be his arrived,
. and cordially welcomes him to a party which
"is teanded upon the Constitution and Declara
tion of Independence. Let all other conscien
tious men do likewise, and they will never re
pret the step."
LATE SOUTHERN ELECTI0X8
THE KAKSAS QTJSriO!f.
The late Democratic triumphs in the South
ern States are' not barren victories. . The iiide-
peaiest and patriotic Democratic masses -did
rnte thenoUs Hke elavish Dartisats-merelv I
f. register the edicts and endorse the policy of
in mi u hith Diaces. But lookine: to nrlnciiile.
as their polar star, it was their highest aim to
assert the constitutional rights of their own
section; to vindicate the integrity of the
n.M.mK. nirt7 atul in tKfflr nnpI.lL.
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lltical faith '
The recent signal triumphs of the Democ-
are loud and emnnatic woteitatlona '
against the intervention of Governor Walter
in the affairs cf Kansas, and the acquiesce of
tha Administration in his arbitrary and unwar
ranted proceedings. It is a fact not to be dis
guised and especially worthy to be borne in
mird, that In every State (except possibly
Missouri, where the Democracy have probably
sustained a defeat) the candidates of the
Democratic party took bold and decisive
ground In disapproval of Walker's usurpation
and the acquiesce of the Administration in bis
violation or tne.anaas-neorauca ciu.
In Tennessee, where the stanuard of South-
dmi. . frn,nU f,.n inn-.r fn I
suit the exigencies cf party and the schemes Tttla Currituck before going to press; and
of poliUcal aspirants, the N-as'hville i7to, ! " J'h'old we will give the result in a jost
the able State organ of the Democracy, did j ,criP "iB "'JjJ' . ,
not rpare Its denunciations ot the Walker in- . e StctmdDutnd, the Hon. Thos. Ruf
tervention ; nor could Gen. Harris, the Demo- fio Democrat, has been re-elected without any
cratic candidate for Governor, be induced ts "P'W'W?""1;0; , .
defend the deUnquendes of the Administration , lntf Dutrtcf, the Hon. Warren Wins
In connection with lhat most unfortunate afliir. j !wi Democrat, has been re-elected without
5j.M Mr. TTaHnn. !n iraetrh at Na.hrille on J "y regular oppoeitloh.
the eve of the election, a my competitor will
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not and dare not endorse tee President and
Walker in Kansas." But the people u en
doreed"Gen Harris for his manly indepen
dence and abhorrence cf wrong in high places,
and bare elected him Governor of Tennessee
hy a rote larger than was cast for Mr, Bu
chanan at the late Presidential election. And
besides, the Democracy have gained not less
than two Congressional Districts.
We clip the foregoing from the Jackson
MUtittippiaa. It Is natural that a paper oc
cupying the awkward position the MUiiutp'
pian does, should desire to strengthen that
position by every adventitious aid it can bring
to ber. We shall begin to distrust the state
ments ot our cotemporary, unless. he gives
come better evidence of their correctness here
after than be has dene in regard io the Tennea-
see election. What position was generally I
taken on the Kansis-Walker queslien by lbs j
m.li-.n otW nortlor.. of the stita. w.
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have not been fully advised, but of one .thing
wtvare certain, that in this -end of the 'State,
the poaltWn thsy pecapied was as wide as the
polls frm that occupied by the Mittiiiippian.
A:.i i! w&s in this edof the Stale, and in the
Mesnpbi DtStrJct, where the revolution .in
favor of Deaeeracy was the greatest Oer
lotca-.porary oecaspies precisely the poaiUon
taken at .. yettaaistaiiMai by tbc Know-rfoth
104: papers of this cfty and State.
pas: . . cab he make of lheti f icls In Ten
nessee we kaowthat the eoarse-of 'WAtKE,In
the at.i.-, and the policy of the Aaaiaisira
tion, s' "d appraved by the Democracy, and
we rall" say by n than three-f onrtba f
the people, irrespective of party. The jarae
is Ihet case in Kentucky, and we have every,
reason, to beHe.ve Korth Carolina, alto.' The
iftttistippie'a mastJook to -other sources for
aid ini ecBfort In its Insane jvarfare upon
Wxfcuad the Administration. TfaeDemoc
ricy-of these States are yet loyal to their party
awHhe Administration of their choice.
v HATI05A.I. AGRICULTURAL FAIR..
J -Guv-Johnson, as President of the Agrleul
'torafBureitt of the Stite'oTennusee,has
-.anointed three -delegates, tne from each!
" Grand Division cf ibe Slate, torepreeent-Ten--'fVessetat-the
Katiosal Agricultural Fair, to
bellield'at'Lonisville, Ky., on he first ft next
Sonlh-- CoL Johk Para has received tad ae-j
. . ..f t.u... -uf-.c t- 4
".ceptea" apJJt""h iui iiish tcuucDitc
Arvbetter appointment could not have been
,r The JJrcsn Aeire endeavors to make,
a'pr.incowistwej- onu,ky quotint;
"from the ArrrAL of 1850, when we opposed
the right of euSrtge In the foreigners who
were then in California. We then argued
that these foreigners, not being naturalized,
- but subjects M other fcoveroraents, were not fit
-person? to rote cpoo the constitution or f unda
fi.niaisUwof the-State. TbU,the Xtx, ar-.Hti)ii'teea6it(st-i8Qi
our present position,
iVVSesUBg anaslatainingihe right cf-iof-rra5?ln
jfee'yalai. - ' :
ThBertqUMi cf gepreMntattrIeitiBg
fiwa the WAtli DRtoo UnlooJ
iElections for numbers of the
Tons of Kep-
resenUtives of the next Congress have now
been'beld fnilHhe States or' SffiJnlon, with
and Louisiani, with the f ollowiesalt :
. . Era. -.BTiRfp. xjjf. Tecl.
KtV BlIBpib&T.... ..
TUrti ........... U
SoSta" CrSBTji.....llt V
U..oori ...... A .
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XOTtS pACnilD 1
roi.....i.....i o i - s s
In IheSUtes of Texas, Kentucky, Tennessee,
North Carolina, ami Alabama congressional
elections were held last week, and, although
foH ant complete rttorns have lot been receiv
ed, webelieve that the actual result will verify
the correctness of the figures as given above.
Supposing no changes occurring in the remain-,
Ing four States, where elections are to be held,
the next House of Representatives will stand
as follows :
Dsn. BTtRra. K.N. TA'netM.
-Members mlrfaaj Hefted 10
SC rmMrt from xatxMea
iai LecUUUi. m, Uey
The House of Retresentatives consists of
231 members 11S members constituting a ma.
jority. As the case now stands allowing no
change In the four SUtes where elections are
to be held the Democrats will hive a majori
ty of sixteen in the next House. This majori
ty we think will be increased to eftiiee, as the
two vacancies in the Pennsylvania and Indiana
delegations will, in all probability, be filled by
OFFICIAL VOTE OF TESHESSEE.
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42 7S5 SHI -'J
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953 970 10& .... .... i
"MS K3 841
48 KS A.I 41S MS
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HOt S0 IW 12Z 431 1
ISIS S3 IMt Hit "45
Knox ....... ...S60
Uonroe. ...... SSI
Hw(U .. . 2)1
Kbfk .... 393
Roue ...... IOCS
Wutdsstea .. 617
1.TI4 19.JSJ S. lifitl
Beaford .1633 " 1IS " 1SS7 " 1 178 14S0 151!
CAaoon 451 8 4 BS9 etl 434
Chatbtm (nevcoactl) S6 .... ....
Combrtlmd ( do. ) 24! Ml tS SSI
OuSce. 4 850 3B7 M
Dirtda 3IK I7M l SOSO 3S
DeEmJ. ' tXi t 16 811 SSS
IH-ktw 383 6 182 81
Prs-re 1H 118 &SS
PrisU.3 391 13K SI 14t7 liiS 44
Gi'e t. 14S9 me 1SS4
a otMlj S3 4eS 2S 4S6 461 Si
nartlla 745 TO 741 946
Retain 23 ISM SSS ISM S9S 'S3
HEmtr-T .. 3S4 SIS 289 eS C17
JietMO.. I HI 1IW mi IIW 13IS 1221
Ltwrrect ..... 1 Mi iU Stt . 8M 416
Iwl, 34 3.3 2d -24t .... ....
iAKOto 482 2-l 41 : 24M 410
lUerr 1441 I7S IMS 1S4C 1745 ISM
UuBUMmy..KIC 841 1SSS 941
3lAFkH (S3 1W 99 12T8 12i4 5M
XlHB ...... ..C4S 494 8S9 SM .... ....
Ora,UB .-2 HS8 12 )S6
BUvrt lfM 94 HieS 98
KatkerfarS .. I4SS 1S9S 14S IMS 140 1475
Saitk .U7i 44 IBM 7SS 767 I4S7
StcTtrt HI XI IK M 73 4S5
SaiMMT ...... Tea 17M 9 1SN 1750 736
VxaBurrn 9e 4t IS 26
Wrm '4 1ISS 411 119S 10S3 3f7
W.i. ...... AST SS6 744 6S
White 9TS )t 88 74 740 ' 8t2
WlbLtBMa.. ICtl SG8 4 716 715 146
Wi)fe;...... .2290 9Sf 2ISS 11S4 1217 ISM
37,83? S2,6 28.084 36766
KcjMH- 47 48 43 ft .... ....
GsrnH (667 64 17J0 841 843 1616
DtUr 33 48 " 4S3 496
Itjrt .44S 4SS 666 & S9 HI
rajetM.... ..I1M 94 I 1960
CH-Mi.......I6W ISU 1833 12St 1242 1747
Uulnuo.... 6t 11M 091 1SSS
iIn!fro 138 Hi 1313 66
Einn 371 . I78 191 1SST I78 8.S
HtjWAw 76t 842 SW 953 K13
a4rstr ... 14 '3T S 4tt
Jle-Vlkrj 946 M69 939 1196
Ma41a .. ..144S 783 1M1 9U SI HkS
OMaa 47 6 6i3 0
Ptrrr 328 450 SS5 6S6 4S8 3&i
SMHJ-........1SJI 1447 23IS S3l 28i2 1SOS
TIKun 1J1 666 494 663 641 3S9
WeaAkjr 685 1411 E69 IMS
15,482 15,713 18,166 17,166
Fiom the BtletEti fK. C) SUivUrl.
AVe give in. another column, the vote for
Cosgreis as far as received up to
Umexf going to press.
1 tr,c' tte candidates were
5- acDl3. ""i"ral! u 1 "
H. Smith. Esq.. Kaow-Nothinr. All the coon
ties have been heard from but Currituck. The
majority against Dr. Shaw two years ago was
34b. He has gained 41) votes in Camden, S'J In
FasQootank. 11 in Perquitnmans, 4S in Chow
n, 172 in HaUfar, 2 m Bertie, 5S In Washing-
on aDTt in Tyrrell j and he has lost 116 In
'"v " M
16 in Martin leaving his clear gain in all the
counties, but Currituck, 2S9 votes. That f rem
316, Coll Paint's majority, leavs57 ; and if he
has gained 5S rotes in his own county, he is
elected. The result is certainly in doubt, yet
we do not by any means give it Aip. Col.
Paine received a large voter In Currituck two
years ago, and Dr. Shaw received 47 votes less
than was polled for Governor Reid in 1852.
Sat whatever the result mar be, Dr. Sbaw
has made an excellent run. He comes out of
the contest with Increased reputation, ami with
'ti stronger claims on tteTepect,cocndenct,ber of bright eyes and rosy cheeks present,
and the attachment of his friends. We mav
i h- r-.A n..ir;i h. ir t rtn
JBranch, Democrat, has been re-elected with
out any regular opposition.
In the Fifth District, the candidates were
S. E. Williams, Esq.. Democrat, and John A.
Gilmer, Esq., K. S. All the counties have
been heard from but Moore and Montgomery ;
and without thee Mr. Gilmer's majority is
34. He is no doubt elected by a majority
ranging from 6t0 to 800. Moore has probably
given Mr. Williams a small majority, and
Montgomery has probably given Mr. Gilmer a
inajoity of two to three hundre I. Mr. Wil
liams has canvassed the District thoroughly
and abljr, and has fought a noble battle against
Ktiow-Kothiogism in Us last and only strong
hold in North Carolina. If Mr. Snith has
been defeated, as we sincerely trust he has
been, Mr. Gilmer will be the lone "dark-lan
tern" from this State in Congress.
In the Sidh Dltlriet, Alfred M. Scales, Jr.,
Esq., of Rockingham, Democrat, is elected by
a triumphant and glorious msjority over Hon.
R- K. Puryear, anti Nebraska Whig and K. N.
Pf' was eected two years ago over
Mr Scllei b 3W majonty. All ne eoun-
urg bave been heard from, except Ashe, and
ilr. Scales' clear gsln is 960 1 He has gained
io everv count? heard from. If Asbe county
has voted as it did two years ago, Scales' ma
jority will be C40. But he bs, no doubt,
gained in Ashe also. His msjxity will be
between COO and S00 votes. We counted
with confiience on tbe election ot Mr. Scales,
but not by so large a nwjoritr. He has, in
deed, rade a brilliant and meat triumphant
catBoafcn. lie has defeated an old and exne-
rleMed campaigner, and he has done It in tbe
face ot misstatements and misrepresentations
by as 'unscrupulous -opponents as any public
man ever had. But he had ho its of true
hearted, and gallant fiieods io aid him; and
from Rockingham to Asbe, they bave worked
for him with a zeal and ai energy worthy of
all praise. Alfrtd MI Scales is one of tbe
most promising young men is the State. We
coRgratulate-his numerous friends on his elec
tion to a post which be wilt occupy with credit
to himself, and honor to his native State.
la the SerrotA District the Hon. Burton
Craige, Democrat, has been re-elected without
any regular opposition.
.And in lheighih District, tbe Hon. Thomas
L. CHnsman. Democrat, has been re-elected
without any regular opposition.
With botn her benatnrs uecocratic, and cer
tainly with six members of the House cf Rep
resentatives Democratic, North Carolina will
-present sn almost solid front in the next Con
gress on the side of the Administration of
President Buchanan. There can be no doubt
new about her position. She is Democratic br
.many thousands, aed will perform her part
cheerfully and firmly in sustaining one ot the
best and soundest administrations toe country
Lxijrr. DS- SHAW MOST FEOBABLT E.LXCT-
xzr Since the above was prepared we bave
received the vote of Cuxritnrk. Our table in
another' column foots up twelve majority for
Shaw. The vote is dose, and there maybe
room. for doubt, but we think Vr. Bhavs is
DEATir. or x MxsBE Elect to tile
Kewtucxt Leo:sla.toe. t Poisoit. The
Russelvllle HtreM, of Ibe 12th,annoaaces the
death of Job F. Tiest, the Tnemberjielect
from Logan county to the Legislature. Mr.
Fxbst cotrfplalnW of illness at tte Forest
House 4n the and was advised to take
camphor. v-By inlstake, he took a poisonous
ajnnd,preparea to eradicate vermin, and
AID JlCOli EMT1IUSI4.S9I.
sprifcnEs-.Br TicsfEHasirjtVT bk CKiNaiDar.
UOK JAKES B. ClilT GUV. WIU.AKD, ASD
UTUJStta.. " v
Lexikcton, Kr., Aug. 12, 18i7,5 r.
- - the-day: " -
Messes Editoks: The omnibuii has
brourbt me throuch a cloud of dustrodi Ash
land, and landed me aafely at the ?bccnix, Af
ter -which I take op,aiiByron"saldf one tot 113
lure'a "r-dblest gifu," " the gray gsose quill,"
toinditeyou anraccouiit of thegreit Ashland
Barbecue. ' : -
.Many distieguithed gentleman from every
portion of the Union, bad been livlted to be
pfestntiimi last night Ron'. John C Breckln
ndge, Hon. Jas. B. Clay, and Richard PindeJI,
Etq., met Gov. Willard, ami CUas. Anderton,
of Cincinnati, at the Covington depot, giving
them a hearty welcome to Ashiind. Col.
Rreston,Ex-Gov. Wlekllfie and Mr. Jevl Tyler,
'and others, were met at the Louisville depot,
welcomed, and escorted to their quarters. JV,
soons It was known that the distinguished
guests bad arrtred,' the loud mouthed cannou
belched forth his thunder thirty-one times on
the hill at Ashland, in honor of their arrival.
Old Sol this morning, rose In all' bis splen
dor, notwithstanding the wiahts of: the Know
Nothings that his face would be obscured by
the clouds of an angry stcrm. Tit morning
was clear, balmy and pleasant. The dost bad
been lain by a salubrious shower, w bich. cooled
the air, and the very breath ot heaien was lux
urious. There was scarcely a speck to stain
the azure sky, and everything ,Bt(ped as it
even Providence looked down upoc the occa
sion with a smiling countenance. '' r -
ROTABLES Jt REIVED.
Looking around, I found that a-tgood many
notables ot different kinds had txrired. At
Ashland there was Gow WillKrd at the
Phcealx, Chas. Anderson, Hon. John L. Robin
son, of Indiana, Hon. William Prsston, Hon.
A. G. Talbott, CoL J. H. Garrard, L. Trier,
Esq., B. D. rTHIisms, Capt. Burton, the Hon.
Josaua H. Jewett, Col. C. C Smedley, Colonel
Helt, Lieut, Gov. Hammond, Thomas P. Por
ter, and any number of Democratic members
of the Legislature. The Democratic press
was well represented In the parsonages of Col.
Harney, W. If. Haldeman, Mr. (ribbons, of
the Harrodsburg 2VoBcript; MrCraddock, of
the Paris Slag; Mr. McCbesney, of the Cyn
thiana Attj Col. Msjor, of the yom;
and Ed. Turner, of the Afountoia Democrat.
Eich one looked well, some looked beautiful,
and all of them ate heartilv ot one of thoss
bollocks which Mr. Hanson said was better
bred than he was.
The crowd commenced gathering early, and
about 9 o'clock a train arrived bringing the
Bourbon. Nicholas and Harrison delegations.
The latter was well ami largely represented
ner two or three Unndred Democrats wao caa
ecme to partake of Ashland meat and bread,
being headed by that sturdy old Democrat,
Gen. Desha. The Harrison delegation marched
from the denot to Ashland, to the time of some
favorite airs discoursed by Menter's brassband.
from Cincinnati. Jhev stopped In Iron: or IDs
Statesman office, and seranaded Afr. Monroe,
the editor. Some hundred men carried a large
flaf Home fj rv feet lonr. But whit attracted
the most attention and caused much admiration,
was the banner with a fine gsme cock painted
upon each side, having an owl upon the ground,
and in trie act cf stmiog nim. vptn uie rroni
side of the banner was painted in inrgeierura
Old Harrison gives 196 majority for Clay.
The People Vindicate
JAMES B. CLAY.
' On the other side in gilt letters was the in
scription : ,
VOICE OF THE" DEMOCRACY.
JAMES B. CLAY.
After Menter's band bad finished the beau
tiful serenade to the editor of the Statiimm,
the Harrison delegation, followed by a large
crowd of pedestrians proceeded to Asniand.
THE CROWD MOVINO.
The people now began to move towards the
grounds. While hundreds rode nature's vehi
cle to Ashland, biicgies. omnibusscs. carriages,
wagons, and every kind of carryall wer kept
busy for hours in taking the peopb; to the bar
becue grounds, un arriving i Mucd a large
number of persons in the yard around the
house. The beautiful mansion was thrown
open to all visitors, and the rich f.nd the poor,
the great and the small, were all allowed to
examine it to thlr greatpleasureand satisfac
tion. I saw several members of Congress and
gentlemen from other States admirinz the rel
ics left U Mr. Clay by his f Ather, and all ap
peared gratified tbat Uiey were in we nands ot
swh a worthv keeper, and sue who takes such
great delight in shouiBg them to ai.y and to
The barbecue grounds were In a beautiful
woodland pasture, immediately on the Klch.
raoa pike, just above the house. The speak
er's stutri was erected in a hollow, where it
was shaded by the memorable uu. In iae
west corer sf the woods were the spits, where
about twenty-five negroes were cooking the
meats, superintended by that prince of caterers,
Cant, Fostletnwaite. several long taoiei were
erected, not in the usual barbecue style, but
covered with snow-white tablecloths, and ssp
BUed with all the dishes and et ctteras of the
Iwest cse. Loads of nicely baked bread were
seeac cutup, ana Darreis or tee ui c ar
ranged at convenient distances from each oth
er and the tables. Capt, Scully's Artillery
squad fired one hundred rounds.
RECEPTION or Tit. ara.AAa.fki,
At eleven o'clock the Louisville train arrived
brinefo' a liree crowd, and Hairst'a fine Cor
net band. Shortly after, Mr. CUy lnvu.4 th
speakers to the stand. On the right t the
venerable Mr. Levi Tyler; next to him Gover
nor Willard, with Vice Preai lent Breckinridge
on the extreme left. The other distinguished
persons were called, and the Hon. A. G. Tal
bott was greeted upon the stai.d with long and
loud shouts. The crowd seemed irticularly
anxioos to see the old veteran, and bowine
fracefnlly as he took his seat, they shouted
arrahs again that resounded through the spa
cious woods. Col. Preston took his seat next,
aad was very cordially rece'ved. Upon the
appearance of Col. Holt, the crowd seemed to
become frantic with delieht. Tom Porter was
received with a perfect bunican of hurrahs,
and as the State Treasurer took bis seat, the
Democrats gave him a welcome, which he
gracefully received, giving him Is understand
that they wereproudef such acustoaian of ibe
Dablic monev. The last speaker who made his
appearance, then, was Mr. Charles Anderson.
This gentleman has long been a favorite with
the people of this portion of Kentacky, and he
received a welcome that surely made his heart
feel glad. By this time, persons from every
portion of the grounds had collected around the
stands, and evervwir the ere cast a glance.
there was but one sea of human beings, which,
as thev were convulsed or aroused, moved to and !
fro like the tall grass of the prairie, when
blown by the wind of Heaven- And they were
not men. The fair sx was largely and beauti
fully represented, and if we judge by the nura-
there are many lady admirers of Mr. Clay In
the Ashland district Woman, lovely woman,
graced the scene, and as they looked wilb a
benignant smile upon the different scenes of the
dsy, one could not help but soliloquise with
"The wort wiiiad: tte tstttn via wild;
Aid maa, Ibe btrmlt, airbed lilt oma tailed t"
The proceedings now really commenced by
Menter's band playing Yankee Dtodle with all
its variations; after which .Mr. Clay arose
and proposed three cheers for the Vice Presi
dent. These were given heartily, and as the
tall, commanding form of Maj. Breckinridge
appeared before the assemblage, some patriot
in the crowd proposed three more for the "new
father of his country." These were given lus
tily, and when the bright eye of Kentucky's
farite son flashed with eloquen: fire, it caus
ed an almost instant stillness throughout the
The crowd was so dense, that I eoold not
get a position where I could hear all the sub
stance c'f the speeches, much lesn report them.
VICE rSXSIOENT BSECKlKELDCt's SPEECH.
Hut be said in his pecuiiar impressive man
ner to his fellow-citixens, that it had. been
thought appropriate in him to siy something
in reference to the personal result in this dis
trict, before others who had com.) from a dis
tance should address them. That he consid
ered it an auspicious event, an auspicious day,
and an auspicious epot. That if any hearts
were rent with remorse, it was others besides
ours. Taat tbe election of Mr. Clay was one
ot the roost brilliant victories lhat had ever
been achieved In this Republic That he knew
that Mr. Claydid not wish forth; nomination,
for be greatly preferred another distinguished
gentleman. He looked around him, and saw
these who knew, with him, that Mr. Clay made
the last stand for Whtggery withui sight of this
place, and tbat because he bad not gone over
to Knoar-Nothingism with the great body of
bis old associates,' that be bad bt-n reviled as
few others have been. There were also many
present wbo knew the signal services .he,
had rendered tbe Democratic party .last fail
in Pennsylvania aud Indiana. Tbat the.
President had fully appreciated thesev'ser
vices, and ba-l offered him a first class foreign
mission, winch was promptly declined by Mr.
Clay, both of which wa highly creditable1 and
honorable to Mr. Buchanan and his friend
That tbe people, sneh as those be saw around
him, never forgot such magnanimous act lots,
and that they had. rewarded him by sending
Mr. Clar to occupy that seat, once so well and
ably filled by bis renowned sire. Tbtt who
was there wiieujer menu ut wc, nuy um ui
arfmrr eh a fijht? ''That It was bravely be
gun, ably fought, and nobly won." That' "he
anew or out xew nouiet w.g uidwg
mocracy bad athieved.
That Garrard, a man of solid worth, figured,
up his majority by thousands. Tear, Elliott,
the Rob Roy of the mountains, had come d6wn.
upan his enemy like an avalanche, and had
scattered them to the four winds of Heaven.
That Stevenson, who strikes tns oiows, or a.
Hun, bad left all competition rtr in toe dis
tance. That Talbott, wno seimea aimosi
nlnrkrd from lhe bnrnine flame, vras here, and
wnniH lonuentlv sneak for himself. That
Jewett had biaten them so badly before, that
arthoucb this boasting organlxstion boasted
. O . . . . J I .1 . , . At.., flU.M
tney would bring out a cauumatc, mat mcy
only succeeded in humbugging themselves, for
their candidate had never teeu hettd of. That
Burnett would come thundering up from Uie
First District with five thousand majority in
his favor. That Lewis.although.Iefeated, had
made a noble and a eallant race. Tbat Holt;
ihe eloquent Holt, was here and would speak.
arew can speaK, lor nimseir. iuai uainooy
Stett, Neirell, and all, had -made allant races,
andlhathe wodlrtrnot fatigue tbe audience by
f ec.cuntiag them. But Porter, the cruel Por
ter,' who has committed a deed frr-which bfs
Alaker mayxorgrve Dim, but some never wi.i.
was here to speak to them. What a great and
happy change there was from two yet re ago. -:
Don't the cheeks ot tbeso-callitt-Ameriea&s
burn with ahams when they think of the ver
dict that the people had brought la agaJast
liie.rA.fc.That: two, jearilitga-tliis proud old
Commonwealth was grovelling Is tbe dust, ber
evesewere bandaged,'and her brow bathed in
blood. That all"'grorIed.in the proud and pa
trlntic exultatiou, which one feels when she
now staCds "redeemed, regenerated and dlse'n
jThls fsifcut a meagre abstractor" the-eub-
sunce oi tbe vice President's remarks, in
none of tbe many effyt which it has been my
good fortune to hear him make, was he hap
pierlban on to day. He was frequently inter,
rupled- by loud- applaose. and tbe eyes of his
old epnstituenta glistened with gladness at fre
quent bursts of eloquence which eould coma
from none other than John C. Breckinridge.
Hi theu huja few neat anJ a.it remarks, intro
duced James B. Clay.
JAMES B. CLAY'S SFEECH.
"t 5Tbe;erowd stemri'.ta.beeome perfectly fran
Ucn Shout after ebout rent the air, until men
were hoarse from hollowing. Even the ladles
clapped their bands, and so-ne" hurrahed for
Clay. . After thinking them for tbe kind tuan
ner in which he bad been received. Ii said
lhat this was a nreud dartd him. Tbat It
wasnota day of pride connected with himself
personally, out to mote noble Deans or me
Ashland District wbo had sustained htm in his
late struggle. That when he saw the old
bouse, the oH trees, and tbe old men Wbo had
garnered around him, tbat bis Heart was run
of gratitude for the manner in which they bad
stood by blm. Tbat under the circumstances
be could not bave lived io tbe State without
making the race, after the manner in wbleh it
had been tendered to blm. That be had gained
nothing by bis own efforls,but the noble bearta
who hid rallied to his support and sustained
him, did all.. Tioi hi kai not iotited tktta to
roam vnd trtuallTthf aAatfcf of Jlshlani to re
foite peer tie mrrne of Clay, but to congratulate
each other upon the victory gained overKnow-
Aotningiem. ice union, mt uonsuiuiion ana
the- maintenance of tbe laws Is the doctrine
tbat I have upheld. Here I stand to-day sur
rounded by thousands of those wbo sustained
tne man ot Aaaiand in bis day or mi tut. J
was but a plain farmer when I was put for
ward, and tier said I was to be scalped to be
destroyed. But thank God there was a party
that stood by tne, when tbose-wbo snould, de
serted me even deserted the oxen and the cat
tle, which was better blooded than some other
stock. They iiave placed me in a position
where the bounds of rrty mlv olr'c at ne Ra
ranch as they please, for they bad as well
"bavatthe itoon." Anr one can attain this
position. There is no mother here to-day who
cannot siy to ber cbild the highest of all is
before you. I intended not to make a speech,
but to welcome you to tbe shades or Asbland.
If one can judge of the bold which Clay has
upon tbe hearts of tbe people by the manifes
tations made in his eloquent remarks, In which
I nave done mm great injustice, it is as urm
and as lastinc as that possessed by his father.
If bis was an off-handed address, be is stilt
worthy of the oratorical name of Clay. The
people were uawilling for him to stop, and he
finally got on ifom speaittsg ny introducing
(iov. willard, by a casual remaric
oov. willabd's skech.
The Governor is a great favorite with Ken
tucky Democracy, and Is always lionized when
he comes amongst us. He said, " For the first
time In sixty days hare I quit my home, to
com here to rejoice because Kentucky has
beenredeemei. He bad come to congratulate
the men of Kentucky, to congratulate bis
country, that the sunlight of truth had broken
into the dark den of Know-Notblngismin Ken
tacky. We come under tbe shades of Asbland
to marry the national Whigs and the national
Democrats, so that their posterity may be
found battling together for a glorious Union
and a common country. He was here to ra-
joice that tbe cbild of the sage of Ashland had
been caught np by the stern and rugged Democ
racy and placed in a position where he can be
useful to bimielf and bis country. We bave
recruited from the Whig party most of its brains
and a majority of Its virtue, lo tne yonn
men be salrt, a day of hope has dawned upon
If you are a coward we don't want you
But it yon are a brave man, ready to step forih
to fight the enemy face to face, then join tbe
Democracy. He had something to sar to thos
Democrats who bad joined the Know-N'olhings.
ihose men who bad everything to hope if they
bad remained true to their allegiance. They
are dead, and we to-day preach their funeral
sermon. I rejoice tbat they are dead, because
it restores tbe country to its former pioud po
sition. See hew we have punished them. Go
to Texas. She had a mighty nan, wbo bad
don? good service to bis native lind in bringing
lhat great empire into tbe family of States.
Sam Houston was a prominent candidate for
the Presidency. He went into a Know-Noth
ing lodge, and lhe people at Texas, by 12 000
majority, say tney lor got ail past deeds. I
understand thevay I am an A"litionlst here
in Kentucky. 1 just say, let all 'bem send their
runaway negroes to Morton, ard vou let me
t hold of yours. There is mot one rain in
Kentucky wbe won Id talk about slavery in In
diana as we do. Not because we love slavery,
ltmt because we are true to all tn rlgbts of the
I . . m i , . r r 1, t t
a-.au, inere is no Banger or jooiana. ner
Democracy will b as firm as when they pro
claimed Buchanan President,
Your readers bave heard Gov. Willard too
often, and b.a manner so well described to you,
that bad I time or place, it wou.d Ve useless
for me to say anything concerning his own pe
cdliar, captivating style. He took bis seat
amidst loud cheers.
HOK. CHAS. ANDEBSON'S SrEECH.
There weie now load cries for Anderson.
wbo is a Kentuekianby birth, and a chaste ard
elegant speaker. He is a Kentuekian by birth
and education, and spoke feelinsly of hie at'
taehment to, and pride of her. He is compar
atively a young man, light complexion, hair
and Heavy beard, ana (peats nuenuywitn a
fascinating mat ner.
He, too. was glad to be amongst you to-day.
We bave assembled under proof of record, clear
as licht, and lend as thornier, tbat here in tbe
Ashland Dlitrlct, the banner district of tbe
banner State, you could not be bartered away
horse, foot, and dragoons. He was one of tbe
mcit determined opponents of the formation of
an organization too narrow lor any nationali
ty, beiitr based upon a single idea. He s'ood
there to rebake those Old Whigs who went off
into Know-rtoiningism, and to receive tbose
Democrats whose hands and hearts sre given
to tbe holiest of all causes, the preservation of
the Union, ills friend Dad raid tbat Kentucky
was the last holdof Know. Nothingism because
it bad caverns, ho wonder, for there is a
Mammoth Cave, and he was in favor ef what
remained of tbis faction, going there, for there
also wasastarcbamber. (Loud cheers.) There
was one greet difference between Know-Nothing
ism ami Whiggery, for if the Whig party
had anything ot merit or demerit, It was its
plain common sense way of doing busines". It
was too much devoted to the mere interests of
men. Because Scott was defeated, which be
knew would happen, they thought they must
destroy tbe Old V nig party, tie gave It up
then, as he supposed his friend Hanson would
have to do now. I come here an Old-Line
Whiz, like Mr. Clay, wbo his fought tbe bat
tie aud gained tbe victory. I come here to
grasp bis hand, proud that he and I bave lived
to see this day.
col rxESTon'a srExcir.
Col Preston was loudly called for alter Mr.
Anderson took bis seat, and commenced his ad
mirable address by saying that he came here
by invitation to join io the rejoicings, and to
congratulate tbe people ot the Asbland Dis
trict that a shout has gone up from seventy
thousand freemen of Kentucky that tbis mis
called faction is no more. Taat the dsy had
gone by for Speakers like Banks. Look at
ihe revulsion. Already 128 Democrats bave
been elected, when but 00 before could be ral
lied for tbe gallant Richardson. He referred
to Garrett Davis' course in tbe Constitutional
Convention, and said that the Whig party had
different men to lead them then when Davis
only obtained six votes for extending tbe time
of naturalization to 21 years, from what they
had when it was subsidized by Know-Nothing-iem.
Tbat such men as John Bell and Clayton
lead It into Know-Nothingism. That be went
right into Democracy, and asked them, for
God's sake,to shelter him from the rabble lhat
threatened to overrun the country. He didn't
believe In oaths and secret grips. Didn't be.
lieve in signs. That he had seen them mads
to Know-Nothing judges and juries, and that
the poor man could not obtain justice from
them it be was a Democrat. Tbathehadseen
houses in flames and men butchered on ac
count of their opposition to Know-Nothing-Ism.
Tbat be never believed that Henry
Clay was tbe apoatle of such prinriples
And tbat there, in those woods, he pronounced
it a' base calumny and a falsehood, England
had said tbat she would take English seamen
out of our vessels unless they would fight for
their country. That tbe North, covardly as
she always Was, was opposed to defending
them. But the backwoodsman said that tbe
man wbo bad. the seal of Washington to his
naturalization papers, ahouM go where he
fileased, and that we would fight for him as
ong as there was a dollar in ibe treasury or a
man In tbe country. That Marcy bad said
tbat America would r.ot only protect tbose
who had their last, but those who bad their
first naturalization papers. WoUd he join a
party tbat wo a OppoeeU to free trade and
sailer's right as maintained by Clay? lis
death-ki.ell has been ru'g. Tbat his gallant
friend, day. had met Harson with some of bis
father's pluck, and completely obliterated him.
Give him such a man, bo, with a brave heart,
utters brave thought's, Tatbeflhan like a fair-
weather tailor, who only mounts- tbe mast
when there l no storm. He said, in conclu
sion, that wheahe could strike a blow for tbt
jJeSlGcraey vtmcu uau tanen uim up, mat pis
arm woujd alivaja be lervedand tbe victim
His speech, of which I bare jjlven a very im
r erfect svnonsis. needs no encomium from me.
The manner in which the speaker was often
applauded, snovrea now n was appreciated.
. . - the; bistceb.
Tbe erowd now dispersed for dinner. The
ladles were first served, and all fared sumptu
ously and plentifully ot the fine dinner ex-
nrestlv prepared at air. uiaya own expense.
.Anumbtcof hls.pirtlcular friends and special
guests accompanied mm io nis aonse. where
tney.dranKnis une wines sua cuueesi liquors.
He spared no pains to make every one comfor
table, and all were gratified to be able to drink
fnaatto his success.
The piece of artillery brongbt up by the Ifar
rlfnn delegation, was fired while the assem
blage was dining. A place was prepared, po
me green IUI M.tUV(I,UU IUC 1UUU
America Brass Band discoursed some of their
sweetest music, while the young lasses and
gallant beaux paid graceful devotion io Terp
But a great majority ,of the people badnot
beam enougn eioqucn, ,"V
gathered again around the speaker's stand.
Darnaby, the. Senator elect from this District,
was first called-for.and being yery modest, was
loth to racunt tbe stand. But with Lieu'. Gov.
Hammond, of Indiana, be took bis seat by tbe
side. of auch old velerar Geff. Jeplha Dud
ley and Capt. Holton. Cob Holt was first In-
- . ST M. -THaa.a. tef a Ti m l !
troancettoy uirvijr. iur.o --o
fety to" see the inarr who, sgalnst such odds,
n-.ait a.-irallanta.raco against Humphrey
'Marshall, and -he vas Teetijed with long and
loud cheers. . He.'e'ald t '
cox. bolt's srrrcH.
offerlny slffcereYongtatuJatittnji tossf. mm
mate upon his brilliant victory. He. bad come
ta offer an open band to Willardj who, sword in
hand, would cutoff the head of a Black Repub
lican, and with it. still reeking wrtthf blood,
would plunge It throcjb the hearfcot- ahloody
Know-Nothing. They were loWiy in iffr, and
lu Jeath tie hoped they would hoUbrpacUd.
In M9 Clay heard tbe tramp of the Black Re
publican party, he returned to the Senate, and
there aided hy Democrats and Southern Old
Line Wbigs pawed the compromise measures
and saved ths Union. - - J -
Tbat after returning to Kentucky, the scenes
of his early triumph, he made his" Frankfort
speech, whtcb was a foreshadowing of events
in '56, andgivirg reasons to bis son and alt
Old Line Whigs why they should join the Dem
In this strain Col. Holt spoke for some min
utes, speaking- eloqnently if Mr. Clay's parr
ticii4iiun tu me. war ci aoi. m wutcu
Britain was made to acknowledge that tbe ere-
utmiais oi our seamen abould be tpe stars anu
stripes thaffloat frbm the mast head; In speak
ing of foreigners, he said that there was not a,
name? field from Quebec to tne i;uy or Mexi
co that was cot stained br their blood. Col.
Holt spoke ably and well for some, time, but
ois voice, began to fail him, -and he was com
pelled to desist. He took bis seat amidst load,
applause, when tbe crowd seemed Cetermked
to nave a speech from the vj
HOK. A. O. TALSOTT, vM
by calling for him loudly. He said: I have
known you long, and bnownyoitwell.andbave
never known any one -who did Lot love yon.
Loud cheers. He Spoke" to them pleasantly
and humorously for about fiteeninlnutea, inter-
Urdfhg his address with some apt aceedotes,-
me application of which caused perfect storms
of laughter, and aroused tbe crowd 'from Us
weariness. Amid shoots of go on" he re
turned them hia thanks' for tbe attention that
had been paid him, and congratulated the' pfo
ple of tbe Ashland District upon. tbe brilliant
victory that had been achieved by their gal
la&t standard bearer.
Hon. John L. Robinson, of Indiana, was in
troduced by Major Breckinridge, who indulged
in some happy and pertinent remarks. Ex-
Governor Wirhliffe made a short address follow
wholesome truth, after which Lieutenant Gov
ernor Hammond, of Indiana, an. vld Whig, gave
bis reasons for joining the Democracy, and
elaborated the principles ot the Nebraska bill.
Mr. Clay then introduced Turn. Porter, wbo
Indulged In a few happy remarks, congratula
tory of the old Whigs and Demccrats.
One of the most interesting features of the
evening, however, was tbe presentation to Mr.
Clay of a beautiful ash cane, with a gold bead,
having mis inscription :
"Presented to the
HON. JAMES B. CLAY,
By the Democrats and Old-Line Whigs, of the
1ST AND 2ND WABD9, LOUIS. VlLLE, IT.,
In honor of bis brilliant and gallant triumph,
August 3rd, 1857."
Mr. Haldeman being chosen to present the
cane, after being flatteringly introduced by the
Viee President, said:
Ma. Clay: Tbe pleasant duty has been as
signed me by a number of tbe Democrats and
Old-Line Wbigs of the First, and Second
Wards in Ihe city of Louisville, of presenting
you with tbis beautiful ash cane, as a slight
token ot the estimation in which they hold the
distinguished services you bave rendered the
country by your bold, manly and patriotic
course daring the exciting political campaign
which has just terminated so auspiciously.
The gentltmen who bave honored me with
representing them in this presentation, do not
wish to be understood as Insinuating that you
require any other support than tbat which you
have In the proud and noble constituency who
have just so emphatically declared lo the
world that you are worthy to" represent them
and their interest in the Congress of tbe
United States. They only wish to let you
known that while the vile tools of party were
bunting you down ; while malice and envy and
detrer.ion were doing their utmost to weaken
the confidence reposed in you by your neigh
bors ; while slander was shooting its poisoned
arrows with fiendish malignity at Your breast
you had the earnest sjmpa by of thousands of
brave and honest hearts, who were regarding
with admiration the fearless and defiant man
ner with which you met aud fought your un
scrupulous enemies, and wbo rejoiced at the
signal and triumphant manner in which you
put them to flight. Be assured, Mr. Clay,
that you have not in all the land more earnest
friends and enthusiastic admirers than the
worthy and true-hearted men wbo hae dele
gited me to present you this.
After the applause had somewhat subsided,
Mr. Clay returned his thanks in a very neat
and happy manner, for tbe high honor dene
him by bis friends in Looiaville. Haupt's Cor
net Band then struck up "Old Kentucky Home?'
after which Col. C. C. Smedley, of Mercer,
was introduced to the audience by Mr. Clay.
COL. SXEDLEV's SrEECH.
The Colonel". reech was full of fine wit,
genial humor, and racy anecdote, and was one
entire happy bit. He kept the crowd in almost
one continual roar of Uugbtrr for nearly half
an hour. After he bad concluded, -Mr. Clay
thanked his friends kindly for coming to Ash
land to break bread and take salt with him,
and then tbe crowd dispersed.
This has been one of the happiest and most
pleasant days tbat l nave ever witnessed, ftot
au unpleasant circumstance occurred lo mar
the festivities of the occasion, and all went
";nerry as a marriage bell." IJURRI.
The Position cf the Semceraey cf Ohio.
We invite the attention (savs, the Cincinnati
Enefltrer) of the national Democracy to the
pun win arm resolutions aaupieu ny tue de
mocracy of Ohio in the fullest Convention ever
held doiid, lod. with -Wilule unanimity.
Let our friends In tbe bouth ponrer these res
olutions, and My if they can longer question
or impugn Ibe fidelity, consistency, and love of
the Union of the Dmocracy or Ubio;
" Reiolred by the Democracy of.tkt Stale of
Ohio ts conrenlioB ajeemolra, I nat It is o-e of
tbe first and highest duties of lhe people of a
republican roveinmentto obey the laws of tbe
country, whatever tbey may be, until modified,
repealed, or pronounced unconstitutional by a
court ot competent jurisdiction, and that all
attempts to evade or lesist this high obligation
of our national compact is an act of rebellion
leading to revolution, and should be frowned
upon by every lover of Ihe Union.
" Second. Tbat at this, tbe first convention
of tbe Democracy since the presidential elec
tion of 1856, tbe Democracy of Obio present
their congratulations to tee Democracy of tbe
Union. Who stayed the tide of sectional fa
LAticism which was fast sweeping the vessel
of State upon the quicksands ot dissolution.
"Third. Tbat we have entire confiden-e in
the patriotism, talents, and integrity of the na
tional administration, and cordially endorse the
doctrine enunciated by president tiucnanan in
bis inaugural address, to dispose ot tbe slavery
issue In Kansas by submitting tnesame to a
vote of the actual residents of tbe Territory:
as eminently wise and democratic.
"Fourth. That the great doctrine of popu
lar sovereignty, hrst proclaimed oyjeuerson
in tbe Declaration ot independence, reiterated
by Mr. Jefferson in bis resolves of 17SI, en-
dorsa-l by the Kansas-Nebraska act. as reaf
firmed in the Cincinnati platform of party
creed, will rid the country or sectionalism.
" Fifth. That, while we look to no author
ity but reason for our political opinions, we
deem It proper to express deep gratification at
the concurrence of the Supreme Co irt of the
United States on. tbe doctrine with regard to
the constitutional power and political rights of
tbe States and Territories which have long been
maintained by the Democratic party, and for
mally avowed by it in three - national conven
"Sixth. That the late defalcation In the
treasury of lbs State imperiously demands tbat
the money ot the people placed therein should
be guar led with jealous care, and. lhat, as a
means of so doing, we reassert the resolve of
the Democratic Convention of January 8, 1854,
pledging1 our next Democratic Legislature to
carry it into effect in word and deed, as fol
"RmoIkb, That the Independent treaaaiy
established by lhe Democracy of the Union,
after a continued struggle foe years, has, in its
practical operations, vindicated and proved all
tbat la claimed for it by its warmest advocates,
and that the Democracy cf Obio are in favor
ot tbe enactme it by the legislature of Ohio of
a system similar in its principles, for Ihe safe
keeping and disbursement of tbe public funds
of the State.'
" Seventh. That we are in favor of an eco
nomical administration of the State and fede
ral governments, and that public policy 'de
mands at this time tbe most efficient and
thorough measures of reform in Ohio, in order
to reduce tbe burdens of taxation, by restrain
ing tbe operations of "the government from pro
jects of public expenditures -not necessary or
essential to strictly legitimate purposes, aca.
also, by imposing .salutary .checks upon the
abuse of tbe taxing power In tbe hands of the
local authorities. -
Eighth. Rtiolrcu, That Wm. H. Gibson
and Johq G. Bresliu, by their corrupt embei-
zleraent of tbe public monys,merlt; ami we
trust will receive, the reward of Iniquity within
tbe wal:s of tbe Ohio penitentiary.
The Democbatic Nominees, ik Ohio.
The Dayton (Ohio) Empir thus speaks of
trie-Democratic candidates for Governor and
Lieutenant Goverror of thatStatai-
Henry B. Payne, of '.Cnyahcga, Is well
known to the people oHhis 'State and tbe
Union, and bis name alone Is a f tower rt
strength that all the force of Bficb.RpublI.
eanlsm may assail in vain. Hebasforanum-
ber of years been before lh public" In various
official capacities, and In Crr. station be has
been called upon to fill he has .discharged the
d&tles devolving upon him Jn a manner that
gives the fullest and most sausiaciory eviueacp
that he will, If elected, make one Of the most
eren-.nlarr chief rnaplatrates that have-'ever
been called upon to prehid over the Iritereals t
cf our t-lorio is State. Un-ler hisadm "'tra-
lion mere win ne no nuinucauuu -niua. u
United States laws no eanfllct between the
State and federal aufhorltifs. t " .
M Wm. Lvtle, of Hamilton tbenorainee ror
Lieutenant . Governor, is a young man ot great
promise. He Is sound upon all questions rei.
tivetothe locsl and general iiters!s of the.
ptate and the people generally. hall his
nomination with great satisfaction.
Thb Ultctiox ix TESstsssxeiTe J-4
counted largely upou the j-enerons'and enthusi:
astic Democracy ot Tennessee, but the result
thus farot their indomitable efforts far, exceeds
oor most sanguine expectations. -The lndIea-
lions are, that notwithstanding- the success
which attended the gerrymandering effsrts of
the Knovy-Notblngs a few. years ago, the
Democrats bave carried both branches of the
State Legislature by decided maiorhiee", thus
securing the election ot tiro 'United States
Senators. It U believed lhat thermaiorlty for
Gen. Harris, the Democratic candidate for
Governor, will exceed tea.-- thousand; !Pu.
Union. , "sr."
Correct time is now, jtlvea In'.PhiraHel-
i Worn tsrXajtrir Xxpritsr) --e-jj lsTi
AUK AbHUHUU YiCTUUX,
ira. t aTATor.. t'
rtataVj The vtctar-rja-waai ,r
'-TB-ttllle-a M It cl(rl j .
: A notritdo-il Mrarnat-a'a dw
' " A titiitiLttduoLiTdeara jt
'HSrb! -oar nhantCrYy ltVattd "
IT Aablandatatrlei't tract
Whexa lata lb aabUbAOMf.wtTftL
Tf-wav oee stair? !:-
"nurraaf Trnrraa! Th bath err I 4
'or Jtfmrlft b t. - ' ---
Went roflb in tctmrs so On air,
'An4 aprrad Waz oarpitt.' - rris -.
At-rflMnigbt, bn th-Ne aUr,
TVIt.wontetf cUut r et. - ...
"Oar cumraJta carer kat. -
W tr.t t&tm it tha earlr mora,
Atf3bt tkea lia$a tlx dar,
' Tili-Ml tbe Knit ranks M tiJwor "
.IWare oar iaiuol C!ir.; dpUs
lit lis: oer Co la out wi nrttlV1TJ
We btardbu ibudca ioar-S -
TbeilaiB ibal til hia-tstbar' esl
, Vaa bcrnlac lo his eww '
' , ---Tret
eo," be crHI prets t Ulfiflrtit)
rr rasat at or !;
i OtrraiTf ) tat, mr. ertrJ latitat: ' ",
And -w Qtit DrtnVf. JtjjJa1T
J'rraa caf bu-a mra, irVtl nejerTrSlV
Atw Dij falhiT-a (rrire
TUBS, oat oar baeaers etb gtM
,Asd Irt tbrti bri(btaUrs waT." (
Ha rr hi rtembt Dread Tar's alarm
Waa braid H (ir tow
TIH Ma Opoiixi bit s8aat ana
AM alTMlllftr jUoKJuwa.
Ooi tWsAwr rtari a eh a is plan .
a 1 WrS- bus far bta amlbj
Ha ttot lb siaal from tU larsnar '
Ao-1 cruibcd bla on Ibe rartb. -
Go-I bteaapsr Car t 'rTbia fame it rla
Wfth-det"tbA ka b34QAa
Tkt rrbrlt n.l a-- iba lalb.t'a Ufa -
la rolrTMvl tu tba taa.
Ota bleat blm b bat tt.ra-1 lb Stat,
" Wb-jattrvr'ilnw4iei t
Tbrt srManaMea oa4 bta pireat rest.
It S'titiat sw la htat.
Tbat ptide tbtt ba bin tarn ts (cora '
Frcu all Kaabi Ulnt a ;
Tbat raiMd blm U tit roeth's Vrlcbl mom
U Irre sad rraneaa ariejt ;
Tbt prtda ibat woo4 aut Itt blm torn
- PtMta bl btjfcliaJ,taabl
Tti.Ty Mftr nbseb bw willbarB
fn wl cli ha twUv rntbt.
MAVtviLLX, rr , Ads. , ISS7.
Lite- from, the Plains.
sates raoit reux xsabkt to atccst lit.
Froo Iba St Jorp& JoanuJ, ABfSAt II.
" A couple of gentlemen. Mr. Wrn. L. Sum
mers and C P. Butst, arrived in this city on
Saturday last direct trom Fort Eearnev. and
report that a company of nineteen men, having
in their charge 824 bead ef beet cattle belong
in to Russell &. Waddle, and destined for the
Utdb expedition, had been attacked by a band
of 150 CHeyennes and Camantbes, on tbe 1st
inst Th Indians casae upon the drovers and
fired quite unexpectedly, killing one man and
aesperateiy woumiine; anoinrr. At tne time
of tbe attack, scarcely any ot the drovers bad
their guns loaded. Alter recovering from the
enocic, tney proceeded to loan tneir guns as
quickly aa possible, and to return the fire.
They think they certainly caused three, if not
live, ot me inaians to one tne oust.
Rat this littlerepald them fortbeir loss. Tht
cattle belonging to tne drove look a s'atnede
at tbe first change ol tbe Indians, andbeforethe
skirmish was over, they succeeded in running
oil twenty out or twenty-two oiuie company's
mules an-i uorses.
This happened about twenty-seven miles
above Fort Kearney j and having only two
mules, or horses, left, the greater part oi tbe
company had to foot it back to the Fort :
which Uiey d'U by a circuitous route, in order
to avoid tne Indians ; tnus making the actual
distance much further. Tbe wounded man
suffered excrueiatiHg pain daring the entire
route. The shot he received broke his thigh
He and another man were on tbe same animal;
tbe woun-ted nan riding behind, with bis teg
dangling by tbe side et tbe beast upon which
lie was mounted, lie also suUered irrcatiy
from the war.t of water, caused by loss ot
blood, and riding tbroogh tbe hot sun.
On arriving at the Kort, the limb of the
wooaded man was examined by Dr. Summers,
wDotuougnt tuat it would nave to be amputa
ted. Dr. Summers is lhe Surgeou of the Fort,
and tbe brother of oai informant.
Immediately on receiving tbe Intelligence,
Col. Sumner with a small detachment ot men,
left Fort Kearney in pursuit ot the Indians.
The man killed by the Indians was William
Sanabbrn, of laveLwrth Citv, and in tbe em
ploy of Russell &. Waddle, to whom tbe 824
head of cattle belonged.
On the arrival of lhe camtvanv at Fort Kear
ney, Lieut, Marshall wbo was In command,
fji'spatctied an express to Gen. Harney at Fort
Leavenwortn. toe expressman came on as
far as this city or opposite here, in the Terri
toryin company witn .Uesars summers and
Built, and proceeded oo to Fort Leavenworth.
It is to be hoped ibat the force of Col. Sum
ner, wi'h bis well known bravery and tact as an
Indian U'titer win be sumcient to recover tne
stolen property, and also to measure out even
banded justice to the red mn, and teach a les
son tn at tney win not soon torec.
Satisfactory Condition of esrF.reiga Rotations
Ho foreign Iaterierence In American AT
fairs New Granada and Nicaragua.
"Washington, Autrost 12, 1S57 Ihe for
eign relations of the country were probably
never in a more satisfactory condition than at
present. Whatever questions may be pending-
with England are likely to tie adjusted in a
Tbe onlKquestions we bave with any for-
efga State-are tbose with some of ourSpanlsh-
Ameriraia neighbors, and they can present no
real or lasting difficulty. European interfer
ence being out of tate way, we can nave no
trouble in regulating the arTtirs which concern
is tiro:) tbis continent ; ard a proof that such
interference is not likeiv to be encountered, is
Tound In the late conduct of England and
r'rance in regard to tbe Hispano-Mexiran af
fair. Tbe persistence of Sp-tin in her desi'D
to Invade Mexico would, bave necessarily, in
some way, directly or indirectly, involved tne
United States; and we bave the reason to
believe that it was tbe refusal of England and
France to aid or countenance Spain in the war,
which induced tbe obstinate old monarchy to
Tbe graves'. qnesUons with which we have
to deal are those relative to the isthmian tran
sits, which are to us ef vital importance, and
are to be considered as emphatically American
The negotiation now pending in regard to
tbe New Granada question is not likely to be
speedily concluded, for the reason tbat it In
volves some complicated considerations In re
gard to tbe security wbirh the United States
.should demand or accept, as a means for the
future protection ot American interests in con
nection with the Panama route. Other points
in relation to the subject are no longer matters
ilie administration are aeciaea in regarc to
their course upon tbe Itiagara transit ques
tion. Tbey will not permit any Interference,
on the part of Costa Rica, with tbe Transit,
and will recognize tbe right ot no State to It,
except that of Nicaragua.
Mr. W. C. Jones, the United States agent, Is
expected soon to report the facts In regard to
the political condition of those two States:
and thereupon, the government will be the bet
ter prepared to act biates.
Shocking Arraia Foca Young Ladies
Drownkd in "Waterville, Mr, Tbe Boston
Herald gives tbe following particulars of this
dreadful affair :
"Thursdar evening of last week, seven young
ladles, residing in Waterville, Me., went Into
what is called Crummet's Stream, about one-
fourth of a mile from Waterville Village, for
the purpose of bathing, and in a very few mo
ments four ot tne seven round a watery crave.
The bank is quite steep, aud It is supposed
tbat one or two of them ventured beyond their
depth, and the others were drownedin attempt
ing tneir rescue. Tbe alarm was instantly
given, and three of the bodies were found a
thart distance from the spot, floating on tbe
surface of the water and tbe other was found
In the stream. Thev were not In the water
over thirty minutes, and although efforts were
made for several hours to resuscitate them,
thev nroved fruitless. Two of tbe Young- la
dies who were drowned were daughters of Mr.
B. F. Soulv and the other two were daugntersj
or Mr. Grant, a ptano-iorte minuiacmrer,
now at work in Boston, but whose family re
side in Waterville. Mrs. Grant, the mother
of two-of the eirls. rushed Into the .water to
rescue tbera. and was herself saved with great
difficulty, nearly exhausted. Their ages va
rird.f rom eleven to fourteen. The place where
the accident happened is a secluded one, and
the yeuBgUadies hue lieen In the habit of
bathing there for several year!"
its "Ion," of the Baltimore Son, who is
always politically well Informed, says that the
question wbo shall b Speaker of the f.e'xt
House mav be eonsldered settled iMotning,ne
says4bas occurred to render the election of
Col. Okr doubtful ; but on me contrary it is
more certain than it was at the end of the. last
It" is thought probable by the highest author-
UJes thafwithia.a few years there will be sev
eral lines of transatlantic teiegraFu u.c
jjst-as noWthere are rival lines between ou-
ferenl cities- dn the Continent: inere is no
lon'eef anf doubt btt that la enterprise
will nav. and it is fortunate, therefore, that
our "Government chose to co-operate in tne
undertaking rather" than to trust It as a monop
oly, whlch.she, would, Tery-gladiy nave taaen,
Co Great Britain,
Et-Presldent Pitacs has given -to Jlr.
Pabkxb. Jones, one of the managers of the
Aator House, New York, a beautiful gold pen
and pencil-ease, and to- James S. Parb, an
blher gentleman connected with that eitab
lUbment. a costly dressing-case. Thes? are in
iekjfcwledeemerit of courtesies
Miss Hassiht G. Hosmer, who haste
celved'stthfj hands ofttn nobility of Eartand
creit and'iaarked compliments, was to leave
IXverodlrtri the steamer of -Urn 5th for home.
Miss HesiKB, wbo has executed, several Tery
leintifol pieces xl statmry- slneeier staj In
Italy, Is ths daughter of Dr. Hoshtts, of Wa
terfotVD. - ' W 't
(jy Mrs. StaoopJiBT is stilfin excellenthealth
snd cheerful spirits. Althoo-h far advanced
"bn'th'etV of Ilfe.lWiilstlrrjnlahed Amer
ican poetess Is yet enabled to rtceiveier friends,
who-"are numerous, with much of the wit and
"sprlglitly 'conversation wfclch. chiracterlzed
IIobace Mativasd- Electko. We are not
able to present the official vote for; Congress
in'thls'fiisUlct,r)at the returns show, Tiejond
all eoqtraal'tion, that Horace Majnard is our
BepresentativeJn the Dext.Consresiv .Hlsma
jorltT, -will not fall .below .two. and may reach
three hundred votes. JTooxriZXe IVkig.
x . , nuiway;i i'liis.
fllU'rAB farblaTS B-lr. l&ei&ibla Af nartloa
lscmtoTara' dracesdb tjxt cub: ts txplala ibeeaawt
..a nf jtd that it exltu Uwalomacb sad tba arcre-
tire orin, ana last a coarr; or ion puujics ia in.
Tiisratlns; remnd wnrtt lure jour ,trrtr.th, artlrltr
and rherrfu ara,-tri rrrrait a.fl y-lrr arfW,
Sold at tfca raaaafailorv, go, SO JLtiden. bit, Srm
York, and krsHdranUU,stS5c,CSc , acd $1 or box.
For the Complexion.
cotrerib.tit.tt,,. uiooe'lba, Haa a bUber!
ftP all tbRMiiM,n.1a . 1 . n h n . . .
j 9 b i a i wm. or ana ana t ja a pagaar wtta tu laaiea. in
tbe (at-ruied atALLIrroit, cm Oaiist WArxa. IUs.
adealiaeadj ptesarnl, iillii prnnta aa well at toBKi
Tfain; is mvi, antra, a trw acplieailes, rrmora Udj
jrmklrt, icbbgni, tad A)cxUuourpplooa. It.laz
'tnaireir ttaml far tkM mpmm, l.Tli., k . . ,J
ItcaorirrdMla tb-xiaJr aa rrrrl as Ike? plraUrp
n4 eiptrieato M ls orrnkoca fraoa, itiia tr trrttaH
'Ala'. Joarpb BattKlt k Co', aro'tbo ricprltlcrs. Bill
ten Tionthript. '
Tat sale br S. VANSriKtO Jc CO.. and eeattrs led
t - ''TWwaat"ti KrtKittle. !. i I
AST SBtxfeU r.r tbn polaoa at aueqaitors, teas, virrt,
ia , baa br-o foanj ta Buaarrr'sJsrALUiTOJf, pra.
paredbT Jcarph. Boxa'M &. Co.,oaUa Tbb prepara
lloa tootalna a peculiar propertj, hk, ip a bttls
UwrotsblrntsUillai.tbKtea aad atlass et taarcia,
UutiatlV oactrsUVa tb. potua aat aiUn Iba
Aluoh liasbcen snio aud -written
IN OMarwSaaii .( LXOSABO' Start 4srnraia ft
r anS Ajitt Xmeif, whea .a at. tb. waster
's! eff.-eta ( tblt pabaeaa. la eradkatut free, ua ira
trn ararr trae af tbe Favrr aad Asa.. w fael Aat
wod, nar, volsaas, are Wiilnjaalt is rxsrras tba era
tl3.tUootb.pnMlcawal.ttadltcor.rer af ta!a ral.a
N. Btectela.. tn ptaccaj aaca a aorrrrlia rested wSUt
li reaei ot aB. It ram u reatty, atd ftr to ant a
sat- tbat It .rercoiaM (aedea4 at bar lac tba astrsae.
aid tIxt - ha (eari r lb. tSSMtd, wSa cbat to titter
Utrenrr aad Arttalc. as w. can aatara than tbtt at
rW Ha a-trrr-lKwr,! la analbar part af tWa papery
Fever and A cue.
rOSKMOST auuil.tiajrartnj rraudira r.r tbU, alaj
. atasda "Dr. SilALlisstidca't Astidote. A
r "w-Wa wm cart aafdtatrrcaae, aad one iesi tara
rUUr atept tbe chilli, ft eoouiot naihtEt lo tba ttaat
d'tree bartfal to tkt lytten under any cirmmtaniei,
aad never predatea lb. aapttatut eflreta Ibat altead Ik.
steof Qitatna a 1.4 other aj-ota 1 seneral aa. It
earraerrrrlarajof UeHant, nj la t arUioal aad
and nit Ant Idols fir Ztlrte.
A'kforDr. Shaiiaabarirr'armraBdAfsa AalMatr,
aad te tara joa nt pilll. Sd br re apccUM. Drarttata
eTtrrwbere. Tit (1 S3, Xait rreprieten, A. 7.1
outu,taiasx at voiuca attar-, ra
WbafraaKAOstt, S. JfAXSFISLD 2t CQ.- .
ans an MemrWa. Im.
WHO w libra to niti. the Writ kit hna, it dettrett cf
obUlntaf a alt uat to In asm leap-da Wo CoameieUl
Hoota la tbU clti-"KemrbJa "
He It iboroesMr ooDVerxuit with- acconatt la thtlr
Taitaoa (aratt, and hat beeaeocafrd la the P.riIen
Cenmlttlait botlnna far aerrra! jrara. Aar m. ad
laf tba arricraof (aeb a prraoa, w tiror t:. aW
alinrd bj adlreutsc bta at jteapaut, ca . af Kraar.
Lowzies, Oaaiu. a. Co. a. GirxuiEt,
KEiEXEXCCa aftatra. Lowwt, OjMACo., S. P.
Walker, D. B. JfaMar, I. B. Ktrtiaad, C J SeMes, Vlfra
Oweo, . if. Arrrr, B. Oockrtel, T. J. nasi, aad C. If.
Fackler, Bm ar2-3.
SHELBY JULE IUGU SC1I00L,
NEAR GERMANTOWN, TENN.
THE SKVX.VTII SE3SI0.V of tbla iBatltatten waH
cmamraceon MOXDAT, AarattSI, 1BST.
Jjll-dawt A If R.tPTKB, Prtetlpal.
Somerrille Model Scliool.
The nrit (Troth) Seniva of th TSatuis ladies' Ha&H
School, at SomerrWr, Tru , wt ooalairaCT! en UOK- I
DAT, the Tib of September next, i rider tht uatlsaed
isparTiilonof A. K. S!eaa.
Bj order, t lb Brd of Tnutees.
HOK. J. O. nOMPnSSrS, Trrt'l.
Bawiit PiCKiittiiw. ST JtMawta
A Word to the Afflicted.
ITIK "SERTOOS TOStC" It Bow rrftrdnl by aS
tdf otlllr ueo U b wptr tr ta aar prrparailea erer be
f ar presented U aKSxlsi LaffiL.Bitj, aa br Uiiar.aai-
ratletiaasteeeaa lb traton. tha asaorptraOMr to dlt
eaaa la loaoacd. Aad U tbaa. prdiafaed to rapettad i
alUcka of C&iifa, Fever and A jut. w anr kind f Fever,
this recridr abatd, br aM ran at, he nae-J. Ard ta th..
rratdiBC In mlaaeuUc dtalil ta, whr diaea a f tbla
character are alwaja iacirot to lb oitaale, tber ahM
never be wtthoot It.
Cholera, Diarrhea, DIoody Flux,
TrJEIlE la co diaeaw tbat pro tralea haman beiaca la
so thort a tlsw, aad tbtt resders tha ttta a nana
aeiocs ef the reno win apaaVa, aa the; aadH
therefore broarri an seraaaa whe vain, taett arm d.,r r
than aa)thlaxi, rBtnir thai "aW.ari ar daaftt
oai." Aa aosa as jon fral th atrenraat arsapwoica
DiArrhea. cal far a htle f Shaft's OMera t BUr-
rhai Syrup, oe da. of whtea, it taken ta Hsa, watt t.
Iter j an. Rrm-mtw, tbi 1, n esaatasly dweiaed hoat
bat aa w hare Um Tktencea ta pmi lb fast. AH w
aak.lt a trial.
For Colds, Coughs, Asthma, Bron
chitis, Consumption, 4c, ,
Dae Dr. SLKDOB'i H0AKD08KD PBOTO&AU A
of tb ahorc ar fee saw at all the ttraj State, aad aa
en)ntrr mar h fnl In all the towns a d rtlrac.
J. x aucDtJE ql cu..
Sole Proprietor!, If espnta, Turn.,
To whom all ordert mawt h addreed fr$
lThite Teeth, Perfumed Itreath
and Iteautifiil Complexion,
OAK be acqnirnl hj ulng th - Balm or A Tnoc
SAito Flowexj - Wh,t ladj or canUrmaa weald re
main under the earaa f a dtaagreeabie hteatb, when, hp
tutor the 'Balm er a Thocsahd Plow rut " a a
drntilaer, woaM not oalr render It aweet, hat It. the
trth whltaaaaUiaitar? Ma By peraoss do cat knew
their breath la had, and th taaftet It to deKeat their
Meads wrfl never BesliuB It. Beware of csuterfeHa.
Sa tare eadt bottl to atzaed.
PET&irGS tt 0O.,KewTrt.
Tir For tale by aH DrntsbU. apI7-deodlp
f iToodlaud Cream,"
A POMADE far beaatirrtsf the HAIR-MrUr per
fumed, asii!er to aaj Prench arlWr bapertid, acd far
hair th price. Tor dreaMec Ladk' Balr it has b
njaal, rlrtoc it a brleht, SIomj apprarasc. II caaae
OrDUraen'a ltttr to tail Is the antt aataral maaaer.
it removes dandraff, ajwaja grriax th Hair tba appear
ance ot brtnc freth atusiped. Prtee only flftr ceal.
Hoc jrnaia Balea atxncd, FETRIDGK It. CO.,
Proprietors of the 'Bita of a twoaaaad Fl.wera.'
UT Tor eal. hy all Drwxtata. apll-deodlp
PAYETTB COUNTY TBADE.
On'y Paper Pobllsied In Fayette Co ,
And has an extensive ci reflation threatbont Payette
and adimtns coasMra. Ai as
Uhat so rlTtl In that teetlas, and haaraeaa men dealr
lns to tees e the trade of thai leeajltp eoaM cal do bet
ter thin to adrertiat is Its cetnmas.
Ttrmjcaiy. Addreta, PcbHihert. "STAB-' Somer
t U Tan angtl-lnt '
For Spring and Summer of 1857,
BLbTCSANT Ureas, Ualnkln and Oaaalmere BATS, re
cdrrd at wnKAT0J"3, .S Front Bow.whrr lhos ta
want of a aspertj and ruhienable HAT B pleaa caH.
Csnttantly on hacd and recetrUf the ltrxnt and Sseat
stock ot SOFT HATS, tn th dtp at
1121. STII RATON'S. "5 Pront Xew.
WILLlASt.I.. TlrA-Jv.v..,...,.MOODT t. aUSC
' STEWART & KING,
(SCCOCSSOXS TO STEWART, SIKO CO.,)
O T T O IV
2ffo 49 Front Bow,
Office with X VT. McCaccek t CpVc)
To the SnMtCo
OITIXO t th. coBaarralian an th ISib Jas last,
by which we wr harot Ml, aad Ma( suable to
11 another boa la whrth toroBtfoa.onr aoabtaaa, w
now tctsrn oar alrcrr. thanka t 'hv maay frrtsd
whoa patronac we ayd, and new rrcummri-d i
their raror oor late pirtaerf, STKWART 4. El SO 1 th.
asove Dnatnrta. at. a. L. StJCWAKT,
JAS. W tt.NCI
P. S. The abort arm U foOy anthcriwl to eoOect and
cJoai the btttliraa or the 11 rm er Stwart,Xlas it Ca.,
and all person nrtaBteaar, hereby. r$aald to ecu-
forward aad tettl the tanve.
.am ararttrft-nv rtvn t.
atraruis. Ten. , Anr njt 4, 13SH
TUt ezde'ralxBrd, Kz'Cerrer ef Ualer WM BUFflS,
deceased, havtnx this dar taken, eaijattrrot rxa
torfMp. rrooattt all serees harms claims tralaat hi
eatato. taprraera-Uieai. propeill aaihaathatrd. for pay A
nnitf.iiBiB ia im. prrvciwu or iaw , un an prr-na
vwicE aara eaiaie, wiu raaae lmnteota-e p.TQ, alia ro
' J. D RUrFl.N, Cxicntor,
suS- tra . Oae OOce.
OP all desertptleax and qcaliile tn.!sdbi) variety,
we ar .Cmlot BntU I' IS- pwnfiier, al Ai-TUAL
COST. Oar stock- la vary hav.and we aut have
Bose. ta meet eorltAkl'ttk.
A TOUT tke!y IfatAit Ctrl; rood seacutresav and.
In rery r-arcl art A ?f 1 tax tarrant, by
ansll-dlm VVf P PR!) CD TIT N'aS Tract Raw.
Residence for Sale.
A KlOal eofriaM- K(f4nKion A -lam I it ,
racr rooms la Uat n Kae, PriiDC Bartn. Kitchen,
Kerr n.of and Stable, sand Itittr rn and Well
all tn rood order Ahirraln rABTbaNuicht fe.
sppryhaiaoentsj aLpOBQrCOqPtTa sJlEAKC
aaslMm ' i
IFino Plantation for Sale,
iB. OK AJfD A-OALP AULK& PEOH CA2COS.
Jf oo Whit tlTf. In Ariacrai toanty, Alhanaa ii
l"lTfecnUiraac I, ISO arret, d0 of rtkb are driredl
aan now in ettwrallon : an excellent Bwtlistr aT
Art rocrnt; frtt-rat quarter fn-flftp treest'fW
atailet, harea, a. new fta-benr thre.hlti hosMfrr
wheaL. aata, de Hnh .ttslern asd weB on Ihe plac, j
lhe whela Parnt esdoaed with as exorllrat stated fuse.
This Parnt aa now' rmp:ond la one ef th beat ratten:
coraao-I snaUiralD rams.0 iSThlt. El-rer, wdezcxW
" j - -w.. i .
1 win am with. It my retiree -tU. at cattle, host,
hp rom, fodder' cAta &c. I artUaeri it aectied rm
til!lt3tbPirmaJtn,v0t tha VHsArart andttr
parchArt a real htrrats. Apply t m oath place, cr
addreaaXaacM. Art.. ' .
a-n-tkwirii tH It. PMLLIWrtjr.
CASH; F1C WIIKAT.
WAKTED (JNii nDSDlEDTHOCSANDUSnlLS
oi.1THEAT.rsr wtlch-taihiaeat aiaiket jrtct'
will b. paid tn cash, t . -
00 113 LA 55. JM WILL St. CO,.
SftUXm .1.. .- wtXtlt K Dj.
THIS psbbabt of tbr SJAtB ltlOHtS BK MUCH AT
llaaru, ArkaBtaJ, I is aani sf ar. tv er, U4ca
felasJ!rtr. (Kwi wrt -will be pate,, and aaney
' uaMMBini. Atp j imatoiai ly
W S. S10HOIS.
E3iPLE BEOiliW COLLEGE,
CENTRE HILL, DeSOTO Cp.u MISS. .
rpnK 3atia win eamoracs lb TIRaT lioN-
vXfOATVStamuiSZtti. Xrr Va Ctrry Cra-r
w i inonit atnea or aa tnclrtt TkttVy. A3JJH afr
i rpoarocra jaat oporpm.
ApOeau lar rrja.'ir cUaaea tkasM b. prramt tba
ttttorV Q. R, H X.N'D a ! CX 33 K frrn, 4 at.
.TtoaxaT TTiLaoy. atIirT
Ji'W. IWcCIiAtltEjr 4? CO.
HATst ttwxJ rtatr rallr. stock t tisuaaaiE3 lo
So. orwtt BororT.ar (3-nrt atttet, wan.
- wwi 0c prraai a to fee urtr o.u cu ust-r.
5 Afl A A8SI-5 St Ual ah aid srse-lb. Baron
UuU Rartlwfctaaw.CiiJ cbvKhahJaf Uadirl-
flHC aa. 'etwrca U Caali lira ! CfeKst and Orrw.
TtUlt1 1 taeatuti 6 dtrt asPaMe far larr r
Dedfaai-tU-tpaAtatWBt Ta.j were etuartd la IS 5,
apd ar. batkreu to b. in Cuttaa aB4a. pa s traa
llaeo ts a'dntdaslat' j( so basdred aeret, mAi laat
jear. B it GllHtS,
asjlS-wJl VaaeaL'Xe.ChkaHCMetr. At
5,000 ACE.TS XTJtXTED,
rriO aH abra new and BoanaaXad larraUenr. wasted
JL (7 arf r lamHT. Ur 'Saau baa crap d ar
laiMH IMS ana or IMaa Artldevli lixat, caap.
a. j w c.rrT, aoi wt utur. SMncruaipwBaj.jturrr
SKdaJ I root Aaiaricaa IUlalr, J.' T , aad four paUtfta
ban bwra sranUd &. for tbess Oer patm in CBAlaajd
aadwta franca. ra fear ataspa, and Iwgttewl
rw. araiiMijpasapantEa areor a - est az ccr io
taaekaatry . XPaXAlM BROWJf,
aailS-lOw LawHL Xaaa.
Horse Stolen $30 Reirard.
STOLEKffrararit bve as tb. BlrJsl f tb
aVJvUib. Aaraat. a wl-fo-r-r ail Mr Ice tlx s
TH1TS BAHaiAOr BuaSE. about tea rara
aad prAj.bir a aata. acar hit am - lb
the Sane, aad $tS tgr lh afpirbctulan r the trdaf.
wcir-or oewaia nm at Slats far Be Trcaierror
aaalS-dawlw- Sahn.Tlryb eauatr. Mita.
EAXAwaX". frata tb aadrramed aboot tbe
Uat ac Jaoc. a ay-fra tcaa iraraad STSFJIEX. azd
nan or ju jtm, rartrr atT nctlom
Uirbt. broad. iVttlaMi, iwh Isrwaid. oa irr
erookad, KtrUZ luaa th apeeajaatB ar izt kaock
kaeedi aait cwapaxaao. tLevab ut bUak; tavewifvM,
tad af latbar a pjaaaaat oauteaaM. He ma wr.U .
taarraatr hand, aad pteAaMr baa a tr a fix. a
If ickea lo I Ma coeaAr. a S?pitM ta acj jaB t that
I can ex Mot. I . ill par JM rt wiri far bin or Itlakra
atr ll. and bMbt W IwW partUotvr
bin. . JJAEBT CLESfK.STi.
ilS-!w TaJtalceaa. Ala.
FOK to fuiWwai a artade on ttora (yatavth Traarf.
hiat Sr. LOBIS. wbath. If Ba( olrdfafat lb tut.
atan t Surtr -art. w I be aeid to par charzta '
KASES Ah S A&TtCLSS.
Jfl-l Varj Swltgrr, S bazM lasilrlra. -.
Joaeph b-orao. Ktmpbia 4 tuxra orl ctetti.
KIM E Bna Kemphil, 1 hex.
X stark, I ron.
Tattl. Harrtsoa KnnpMa. I V.r. -H.
A T. , Uartnea Jlaaa.. II paxaa-eaadn
Wot. lamlrr Mrmpbtt 3 bxw - "
B. Biu.eil, Kempkia, 13 htaaa, 1 trasr.
Kansatt J hedateait, 1 boaSa briilsr, I buMo,
J C SeaVa, 1 ix
V. s. L-rd. afiapblt. I ksi. " -
Xvroart, bx obace. , '
'FhMrsf Darts, Cttzitaitaa La ffci. 111 lH!y;Irtr-r,
I a.tun planter.
D W LoVy, Grerrr'Laa4tBr,(Iaabfpi rlrrr
1 tfctban, piaur avrtS-laa
WE hareoBhaada' Mr II U, aa Colt rlrer, abwit
tba baron, 40,000 Laibt, aad will keep A aspplr
oabaad, Alt oi dn t lor tbipnirat'proaipUr Attetrftd lo.
Mew. ft M per tbcuaaat.
aalt-lm ELUS St tlWE.
JACK SOX DRACO OSS,
I) ALL. member er tfeta etcadran af rxtaeated to
KaltrBd tk Brxt taeellur, CO T17E3DAT, lb ISth.
( BHt , at S tt'ehek r M . at toe rraid.HMof Jlr J.ra
Rrr. tot Bw, briwvra VTaahfas-oa aad P.pla
airreta, taecept 'heaaalltatlii aadatcet ofllccra. Al
ac It. aad hMwrtbw mHabera ar xptrIt attred. at
wrM aa tbot. pertaaa who with ts brona mcmbrra of
lb. aakdcadran. Dj order,
aads-tt Dr. B. a. L.A8tT. Secretarr.
TBE next aai n of tht laatHataaa waH casiauaee
HI th FIRST WBDNSSDAT1S SKPTSatBhB ext.
A.wh4auraded aa rrc-ni exAatraaHn-Ea''tthare
prrcetred that Itwa, tha 1. allot vdj-ct wlib the Prau-
dat aad bi.- aattataart, not tueiit to ladace tb. paptla
taB)s arxt-liaata L anttn, hat lo mak thio eara.
-prehead th hraarhes w- lea thtr traarrd.
imxraa. tvi laasiati t at, aww th earsiK
adaatapSts ataaa aha E.-a-,- Dr. 3tTCKKl.l. aid hr aa
ab aarv. f aa-ttar ta, the iaat tatlwa wa.1 aaailaa i
daaiaia that rrvatattaa far IWr Bj eaiaaaarahip aad
Bcieat (.Twaawat watek it baa aitcadr amatred. The
BjaiaBAaVpartairala miliar ib.aattwl uf Mc. LerOi,
Ua4t!raMx2ttedfirtlterjema at Mat
sa aaaiarst, wHt aaiahd, ad apKcwoalr l
IWard traaatt c aad Pari, per saaa of Br
Tali aw In Literary BrAtlBMat.........Wt9S
MaaVna Laasa(ta uah
DrawaiK Paacu .rCr.tB ................. PS
MawePIaaA, Hatp aad GaHar, eats ...... 33
6k0r raklfoaat ...... ................ I
Oanteazvnt exswaar t
TfceXrBipbU and flSMrteatam K .Bread raaa wtthen are
mava, and aaachea raa iwfrar dal j ina th raid ta
PWeat. Then It as healthier loeaHsB la la Sooth
weal, aai the aeetetj of the Iowa taexcHlen.
- R If. PATTOX.
A-iSlS-dawar Pretldeat BaFdo( Traata.
CJ1TOAHO.NS aa TEACHKHS,ltf.twT r Jail-a-rm
aa7capa!a.f taunaaiza-aioa-PTeit aaa uar
atas. th.ibwr, ItatK, i-atstl-c arid Drawiec
Addra SARAH, Bex A S, Seaeea PaKa, New T.it.
Uiu Uandsl Gin Bands!
AT THE SIGiV OF THB "BIG COLLAR."
230 Main Street,
TVST retrirrd, a asperieraaaHtBeater Gta Bands and
J GtaBtad L tar
Atr-s arwarsam, hand " art am" of SadJhM, Prtdtes.
Bamraa. Ac. Ac , of Mr owa nMaafaeSar. Sa Uera'
and RatBaaa llatert'ntatetraia, ktttaer with all aril- !
ate pertaiaias la oar an.' ten
P ED. BKGSIK At CO
atlS-dawir Sneceaaera a at J B U M.
TV , -
Al 1 ao&iao bl.
I MIS popnlar rraort for Vaw-
IccMimphls. wttt uereaitrr b -peawd at
S'Kv m he mur-luc And nninruaa
tmtHata'.onrat BUht. lb. taMr arr a an tl aa
ampllrd with all tb lexstlr .t the majt-t, and sieala
MM rarniahed at alaioat a moment notle.
Of OarliilonrS. C, andrlalc Of -fuintfa, 67a.,
TTASlh. sseasnre of laforcilas th meroaU!. eera-
XX mTOKy aad peaea: gratternea ta fraerai lhat h pr-
pwaa tatataail-h peraiuwnHy a asnuatc-u Acammr,
whtrr inti nun wid V.- pivperls anallfl d for warmer.
all Hfe bvaeaottjtc Itfn mrteeot itni-.entrp f
Dooa- a,erwrK, whs a cuuaaru . j.mib i w .asov,
Baac Bak-alsair, omtmerriai I. w, x'tcaaaiM Artrt.
nttlc,aad tbaarataaior Baak Dle sat. i., (ut. Aa tb
a-aat i. now apprajacbini t raax thesiAm etef si sad
oaraartrattn a cwmattmalDa. I thenforaadvl tbrat I
ta mac. earty appHcauan aa id. aaw. aroze et aaraara.
La- . Tnr at Go , wbr. terras (which wm h Sbder-
attf will ts made known.
lnt me honor U " referenee to the feltowti g ten-
tlestra: Re. J A. Twee; M -a-ra -Latnlr, T-az k
O., Breday, TTHar 4 O. F Laa k. C; D. B. Tar-1
Gaaeawciu BakT - JOBS J BTRD,
. atttt-it PrteTot.BkpiSfvlie
TO tllS LadleS Cf jrenpfiiS.
JOTTTVr aT. BTIlDi
Of CSarlettoa, S C. and late oflAigvita Gr.,
'rPnffi6-llip-at4i tu 111 bopo of tn
jL7 aWaTflrtrrlf 11
rt-lbarfra mr4awVaeria'Tn--ib heaa
t.ral arljT Kchtotxry and Ca d Wtitiar: also un Cam
bric Ladiea iTuDnani W form a naaa.and otrratr er
-nardtta. dealrrna to Htl thvir rhridretf arre.prct-
rally laeatrd taeaH at tbe atorr f Mes.ri. LaahTacsc
Jt Co., and exaalnc'cti aytiera Slc
I hare the rosorta r fer l Et J A .Temple-. Messrs.
P. Las k. Co , Lamb, Traec h Co . Bradley, WkVai a.
Go-I B". B.Tnretr, atia , Prs Ideal, iid W. A. Jonea,
BM , Cashier. Oammticial Baak. . asclS 3t t
To Merchants, Bankers and Others.
TnitsabscrAar Las atllrrtl wtti bis aorbia Patent
Oapyina; Card, a v bich aay taattsf tt httera,
fr.ra Sr, ten. - iUtea, may be copied at one uprratwi
wiihont wetttarthi letter paperin I tie asa-l oKt melhed
Tbe rxtrnstT patrenare rroetred la traarleatoa S.- O.,
Sarau ab, Xacon. ArUataandOrHBa, Ua.vDU at .11
the pablicoQcea wbrre copying I Taqelred, ta a oa-iret
proof ef thHrpractteat nil lty or tarlax traa and lahor
anttxieUtamiireaccnratacspvthaa can.be ca.alrrj by
ha-a4d aytrm. Ur. JAS 11a HSU. my tsvnt, wait
Tnslt taa biata.aad. tncsthanlananil exhmtjhe pera-
,lk.;;i,v. Jolts j tTKD.
i T ' FOR CONSTABLE.
J. If. SAIN'TU a candidate for the oat of Conatable
at the aexv election? Is htarctr, In thcPosrtceath rirU
District.- - ; ' t'6c'
HOEN LAKE" TISHESY.
I Tlja aabwlbar hartiKtraaedtaeprrm
ClSEliiiw. It now preoared -o farnlsh PIS i ta
abaiaeioralithcnetihhMhdthnnsbont th ri
jn aj tow price.. Ft BIT PartltahtappUd wlib
ttaa. hetA and Una, tuns, pt-vulonj. aad. ImljUl on
Horn Lake hat only to be seen tab admired; there li
no pi ix h tier located far a plraaar. trip to th TlclPlty
ot If noon's, with rrf en nc- to aj wh hare eajotrd It
V t aAhra wttnese for Uu mttlTea,
; aasig fr ' ,'ojarrg nrrz.
TRnniJXGS FOR BdsXETS!
TQ THE JIthCjrASTI Or
j TilK sa-rTi!3r rr a it. a irx. raaaalai- Tr
? torr In Pane, aad an In Krw Turk- It rsW
Jaalrrly devted;ta tb nunnfartsM. ot
the aho-a ktad oi reodav Thtle-riTaae
atyra: embraces mat thoraasd rtylea of Peaihe t ath.
nftwrr. jt'iotneBitH-riai rar masaraciortat: ihera.
woica aio oiKiwai wimnis eaDiT, ,i-.an- war- areotna
.n.iris;r:u-BrTU a cq,
Tfo tOtt Broartway Kew fStt
Summer t Beading
JLambo YonngA C6.s
Ho. il3d "Main Street.
OLUTrntXUrntiloed et G&i i new and vacant w,k
O on Surery. By Bit. Pred A. Sou, I. Q , af
unntT(ii. Aiat ..-a-.-
' A Retrt.r IherVcUlollt-! ef Ta3n e rrme Ccart af
th tmittd rltatd. itsal the pptAjpaa et th Jttd(estbeTr
ot in rum iu , uu inn u v
Two Tears' As a raw and very-tntertatlnr Bavfl.
By Kev Cha Kjetiej. " '
Veooom B-Or a, it a new novel by S. P. K Jatne
The Aihallnxanr tie rhrte (Jlltr. Bp Mra. Oinlanl,
t. Ctatral Jtrrtia. -xxwralteT la th? Interior- cfl
Jtrrica. or - . jwwea
, T? rnduraotii'.. Race ot th JUiQr or Charter ef
.03Jdia aslaara t,Oit Trpes or KaallnU,".
- n.lvi.li,M..TnV..i T..i.fttn.P.ne&ziwiirT:.
ihSuauMOEKarisaocrr- cr J -v. at - v mi .
S-ancUli by Mra J T Btetford.
MotTWhasief4iBra,Bntr9i. By Dr. Doran, an
Ihrf Qneenaoterlind.'' ,et . . ,
T.. BvrcfniiM .r nk tirjr!ar oe Sh!dei L'faS de-
.Alcned tar tha wbaar aetUnc an, aMcraac of Palth
ammritticTs. jium. v- moa..
r?CestIar.L'e.Tim Sy.S, OlOswdrlen.
T ttue flnrrlt t eoranlita Br.CaaS. DfcXeSa; -
ALSO A larre end varied aatortaeatef Law.Saheei. L
Sfecicai ana Atuczuaneout nocaa, waaca wv wt aiw.
yoacAta. - ataii-i
, V:'d r
WERXaUIta from anr tMMl
pmnlaM. nrar tb eilrr M.ajpblj.
urceBar Itorae aut a larre Bnni
lAtaMOTante.tt,. ,iut rt tb. bor, mu-a
i "-5 v Ibarra., or hair tb amount ear-iS.
ai. a atou rrua n. r..
o. b. raazaa.
.Memphis Clsica Mathematical &
rs.iuk xxae,u cuuooi;
Corwr of Poplar and, Orleans Struts,
JOHS"B. srrDnsa. w
JOHJf at JOSSS. . A.r
rpBB next ara.uir if tbi.
Mr SO 4-rll'a Uutrraf Ara af PrlooHaa aadk..
ha4t-rTer.'itt.m Ir.ra wT-tU .Jltl
I. w. ttoown la W,Mat-rwoa fT. u MA,
' 15 VarSftTrei wir tr4 Lrrralrr.
U T Crrrk a&4 UU. Liarfa Ulaaator.
IV. TtM-Pwr VataHmatM.
T Mural Pittoaapht.
" ' or"-wfr, Miami PXafoaaaVraadataaaaBT
TboMrtodrm. tb t. tr,fe
trcparatarrt. -oUflaj aawa u Jg"'
tio lawrii a- aal prVlaral. it '
TBeaeaaVMi I. tr,If tat, t. Urn, 4BMa
eaei. Tb. tal aaa twa ma. . ar
YZSfst vi au;.
Frf rortiur paraUraKaTT to rrtbrr f Ik. Prract-
A,. S. H ASCOCX. Wt Wjpuaatw a. Haaaoex.
OEO. W TOTTta,hIeWS(TJ.
HAXCOIK, CI.AUK. & CO.,
i OEAZ.EU IS
tB3?Slc?, Bopc. Bacon. Pork. Lard.
AS1V AL1V KINDS OF PROBtJOE,
1V.--16 Front now.
AS.ToJt ta a pelraht f imttr, r AaaiaAaat Jmktr ta
an Afadear. J a a. a.. OatVacwaAut..
wh. hw h-d MBtr aaperhaaar is Uaahhw, aaatt
f shtos laalntli in th CuTTd' ktlhW hau
hrueVa Be is dfcin.., af oatataiac litaii al'i.
ATfreaa H. X. htraphlt. Traa. tS-zw.
"ConrpetflioH &t Life eT Tiaie."
THE GREAT SOUTIIERiV
IVo, 4 Monroe street,
HAT1SG taUbUahed rhc LAl-GBST JOB PEtXTIvr
BOC'E lnlbr Sstb, and prcurart aa, l0, nnl
aar.Td Pre-ara, and saal th aenim f the b at
Prinlera in tt eeantrr we are preparrat Sa aeeat aht
kbada at Prtatias to th l.rV at aad U,v a. -w
bar .ae.t K Bar it Co 'a tsaVadat Straat J-a aad Boar
Pm.es. th. fltat and oala sa rr broazht a, ahte rtar I
aad wtth in facBttr f.r tecrit agj curnaauet, - ,V.
enaKed r. print Clteatara, Bill BradV gaadal ta Steaa
boat Bale, Pr rraaiaief, Boaka, Paapiti. and aa ktwt ef
Railroad and "Steamboat "Work,
XKA1E2, CBEAPElt AND PASTSE
Than aH tha aU-rublned Presacs ,a ths cat r cmhtmiL,
w".alaohaTogt Ggtaaa. hapiawtd Bard Pmaea.
whteh Ueapahiaaf szlnusz MvOCO canl nr"drT n ti,
Is th oeatamnstet. of any as la aatr. and- for aMher
SHOW or TSKATRK Prtartax w canaeahaj aavpaaaed.
ire ar aaw m-trsnr Ihe tarnataetat aeleeted
ita trctisi, StaOeeeTT aad Papoc errr bra at it to
K3rRtaTataankCtanr yaiWrs iar paat Paws
an.-b.pt bp aAiaslaJteaAhjA Ap baataeia.t. smm tswtj
eppott and pWo&arelatha hiua: ."
X. HfTTOKA OttP-oprtator
THE LEADING OFFICE.
15 MADISON STREET,
Of F. G.N'KkX BANK. MEMPHIS. THKX.
Ta itiemtofi of Chr and Caaatrr
AM BbtHNBSr UK (IKSKKALLT.
IiaifBBr caaVJ t th.aaiaipanul ta
ctlltlM ot mm Bau, ni Coxr-am. Oacar
Pat ma &nr lauMinar. rw.'aiawty
atatara bsararrairM la Trpe l Picmhl
xae tee praaalar. aklilfni workmaa. aM
err(arhsalrah'e ra-iaiu, UaeOltSi rap
I prepared exei.-nt
BTg&T ULSCKIPTTOX OT
PROM A CAHD TO A BUUCC
la the ant atyle ot tb art at
Tlie LOWEST CASU PRICES!
Designs for Store Bills.
Of tha whA. the Urt rarieiiarcw
and .! DnKra. an-1 the beat aanjilr I
to he Saead la th. SUif. ailmit Sa .Thrr
haaMucaa.aadaattad w averp laat.
KrMeriaaPilaMaraar EM. let tha
JaAhvaaraaaTtaaaB. w. laru. jwt w nfaR
ttua - aaaaHahBMut, ketwliw tbat aajajtiu
J aWwIIIMotenrrBBTTtK WtJaUE.BtrP
tee BCLLSTiy co rixr.
! f .-...a. ..---r.a--.
J. E. CHAuWiCK'S ADVERT1SLVIEMS
WUI Always be rnnd lu Tbla Cadaantt
PKXSONS wHrtir k.w- what he has aa at3.i
what heatty waat at hay far aay r MawiMnifTi,
wf b aart Had W Sa the Hat nm.ma,a SatSSaBls 8
PASS. - Reneartor that, and fare yaaraatr th tronhat
of asotrer aS w the paper.
ABhttaiaeaaewtraatedtots wtH be aKeadaxl to ear
rmty-and with dtapAtetl.
Ofllc. Madlaa Street, eppat It Dnltn Bank.
IXSITBAXGS, a SAL ESTAU. AXD GBifCBAX.
33tnn Fire and rnlnnd Xavisa
tion insurance Company,
CAPITAL AXD SURPLUS ......."$!,000,eOa.
Hartford "Fire Insnrauce Co.,
CAPITAL, axb smtpura 4..SW8p?0a
Charter Oali Life Insurance Co.
CAPITAL AST) TTRPLCS. ...JtiiOal.
P8rWOUrTlMBrdraTA9oaahaitcms. Loiaea aijaitA
btradiaated and promptly pnfct. i
f FOR. ItfrNT. i
FOSSraSri'K IllMsDlATnx. The Sa.
j eoaaaas iw-iakao. to etUtj.aSid hjA. X Va. Xa
I wiihatTea ar et traaL Tfre prwnt ociapt wli
teK rp-aad rent larniiar, If deitd.
L , Ma4taoa,atret.
JjiS . Oppo(w taataa Bank.
I i lvasrop a ssAirnrui.-RKBss(rx mnt,!.-
nV4 Spiers. wtwrsa avaM v -avp HjetAU f HtWV IWJVap
Pstt-4 WRC iftU 4T CQICV V Uri ITVTS.
Sltflatd itot t U
naftist rratat ceaart wtnar. roaaeaaraa stTnr lit Septra
her. Atert tO J. X. esswtwX.
A UHT A" a aUGTIPrjT. COTTAOsr KSltWCK, aawl
container. S rw.tua, hicehetr, aerranfa 'rerat, Stahtr and
eieeneDt ctatern. with ahent thre-fertbr aa aete ef
Land, .lteit-d Just eat ot th etty HmMa. pMaeaaaaa
tire) I tlSepIemtar. A barKakl eaabe hadirtatrn soon.
Apply to 3. X. 0HABWrJ.
ALSO, a beaaUfalBTeUBUfG SITS..Quitiraiarl S-10C
acre. ell t lathered; -ituata on th nwahweat eorarr of
Central Avena aad Krowa'a Aaeane, dtrvctlT epposxtr
In retKeneeor jeese uama.
1 ALSO! . ftaexr XVS& LOT, eoTvtainjBr rar acre
wrBeoTertd With one trWa aitmate an. tie Berth tide a
Wafter etrret, near the Seat tea gat. en th Hetnand
Par term arWY ta
J. E. CTtABVKlCL
XaairWa Laad OSce,
Oonijinission. Hereof ant,
OrPILK, SO. IS X03BT at. HKvTS BL86C
. i . - -. t MBMPHI3, TEtVN.
SACOSSISS31SS3. it rAttea ant&Wfceat tw-
t BostlBt and Bap, asd at) SapMes, rnratthed
atjwut,at. c, ,
At Boston COSta
. rjCTKjJDrxa tac,. np tbr Bea
SBOS anataV s. t wfrl ,rVlViT tree
nana, conal-llnf of Braar Boot And
Shoe., at lloatain euat. Th ataeki
made ap hy ,h beat raanal aelaret s. aad tuiIiVrtees ths
most OeiraM Conda fa Part aad Wiater trade Baalcta
wSf-lod ft ta their Interest ta et B Mc eater..
Atwars M hand, the' hot qnWy of LBATBBK. of aK
tlEd.,Whitb.l aeHat wnalesa. aad ret eat at-a smalt ad
vance ayoa tnaBBrannrm prtcea.
Waaud. XOJXa UIDZSL. AUa. PCRS oat PStHST.
f.r l"fwl p.-tbr-bleb's' citb. ytl.es.
. Ca.1! r.t SJ H tin atrrrt. a p ttalra.
a.aSf'm A. A HUB.
JTust Received. 1
DISJCOr PROX 1HEKA3T, a rtry-laira tad hand-
.Ploonced Beregea, ,
Organdies and Jaconets,
IWcjatttOSK-HALP TUtR.'.U HAUPBtC, and wffl
o aoMmecaMwrr taaatrer Masai mJAV Jaaixet.
Strayed or Stolen,
PTtOX tbe rshacrtber on fbentthtof'
?!,th- S.b laat . a DAKK OOLOttBS
-aonfB, hcaTavet. tasvdorer; a
natuialpxer- has a rtarlahUto-aead,(:tBdd
m-think t one white fautl PMlia rather watla ;
tty radth eyes, fa about) yean cM. and aSX er
TfABX CnlijaiD krjL2whIt aos. and
hanie-s raarknl ; ahai IS head blab. Tr S years aM.
Any rrTTrtrnBrth tane-, rr gtrtas tsr.rmallaa -which
WW lead to then reeoawey w r larHy reward
ed hy MaTACUAB i G-ALB47ATH,
1HV, a -va sa-.w. ta.a.rs
ALL perHM ar-warnM not ta trad rr a oot. draws
hy meter One Bnndnd Dollar., datrt,beT h JaJy,
lSS7.ndpahi totherd.rf I Pat I, and endoreed
by-bint aaMtTno. J Pearsctt, pa;ah ninety data after
da e, at lie Sentb era Bank, ot XlBaease, ai the aama
area twit r mlslall. V. A. HBXST.
Hhrg& Cotton Shed
TIJAT lance, eanrealeal and ceotnl rottea
.Shwt .nd Tarda, known aa the "Patrlcl Shed
till ,n. tlultMAarreat. ta u iaat th anaalne aaw
wt. Apprp '
3ut)Xmf . - - iJVO. T. AlUfnrrg.
MONR2A.TIT HAtliS' 5
Ttfelve miles, from Memphis, on the
i'lKeon itoostr Jtioaa.?
TDSStltaeaelan'er 'hirn-tllttoirw!HT!l)tiimeae oa
the nRST aOSUAX In September.
. Jf. B T2t. AfalanOesamsasL has heeaSdlaeonysBa
by order et tha Boards Sales aj heretefw j-
ascz,sw - r.j.-af.rATarcg,A. H