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TEB APPEAL (i xtBTUitT siKoxmnrcs at the
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T3IPAY gOESPfO, OCTOBEE 2, 1857.
GOT. JOKES A5TJ TEE EESA.tOB.SElP.
Ia the course of an article, rtletrlrg lo the
rcmarVs.ot tbe Appeal touching the Senatorial
qncstlon the NishTtlle Foiriot thus deliver
"There ia one thing connected with the Sen
atorial qnestton that we can't understand.
VTby ia it proposed to place Jchnioa in Jones'
place? ie Jbelleve the Atpeal is the only
paper of the party which seems to cousid-r
Jones in the race at allt and we therefore ad
dress ourselves to it for an explanation. If
Richmond" has proved himself worthy of
weartn a Marshal's honors, why is it sought
to deprive him of his sword and snield, and
helmet, to knock off his spars, and turn over
his command to another? Is that the proper
wayiostrre a "trnstyand fearless" chief
a chief of gallantry unsurpassed " who
came to your aid when you most needed it, and
prevented the overwhelming route of aour le
gions T Would not this disgrace hie would
it not be placing a brand upon his forehead, a
badge of infamy, reminding him and all others,
that, like the British in the .ease of Arnold,
you H lore the tieason bat despise the traitor " ?
Perhaps you can explain how your party can
derrrJe him, and still not insult or wound him
and hfs friends. Pray make the attempt."
We will try and gratify the Patriot it we
can. The Patriot' sneer has.no sting either
for the 'Democracy "of Tennessee or for Gov,
JotfES. Gov.Voxes has simply done his doty
to his conscience and his country in supporting
Mr. Bcchakas, and in extending his influence
and- support to the Democratic party in tbe
late fsthlt contest The Patriot styles him a
" traitor," and says that we are icciined to
"love the treason and despise the .traitor."
Atraitor lo whom and to what? To the
Know-Nothing cause ? When did tbe Enow
Nothing Order acquire tbe right to denounce
Gov. Jones, or any other honorable gentleman,
who never went into their dark and secret dees
and swore fealty to their abominable creed, as
a traitor. We are aware that they acquired
the right to post the sworn members of the
Order, who deserted without due notice, aa un
worthy of association with them aa traitors
and perjurers. The ritual rave them that right
and the oath-bound members obligated them
selves to abide by it. But so far as Gov. Jones
is concerned, he never sought their association,
be never asked their support, never subscribed
to their creed, never bound himself in allegi
ance to their Order, and be has been totally
, indifferent either to their praise or censure. It
is certain, then, that, never owing them alle
giance, be could never have proven himself a
traitor" to them. Nor can it be allege! that
he was ever recreant to 'be obligations which
be owed to the "Whig party.
The Whig party was assassinated by this
same Know-Nothing order. In18S5 3Tr. M.
P. Gentry announced himself as the Know
Nothing candidate for Governor of Tennessee
The Know-Nothing State Council approved
bis candidacy. Ths great mass of tbe Whigs
.bad previously deserted the Whig standard and
joined the Know-Nothing order. Mr. Gextrt
could never have received the nomination of a
Whig fbnvention, if that party bad survived, be
cause be bad, on tbe year previously, denounc
ed and.deserted it, declared it to be abolition
ized and refused to sustain its nominees. But
Sam chose him as his leader, and they both
went down together. Who then, betrayed and
dissolved the Whigparty? Was it Gov. Jokes
or Mr. Gektkt, the first bold and eloquent
leader of Kcow-Kothingism in Tennessee?
Let the Patriot and its party answer. The ciy
then that Jones has proven a traitor is a reck
less aad false cry the natural result of morti
fication acd malice because he would not fol
low Gejctbt and others into association with
renegade Democrats and into oaths and combi
nations, secret and hidden, to destroy the two
old parties and build up on their ruins an ai.ti
Republiean organization, to proscribe foreign
ers and Catholics.
As to the proposition to "degrade " Governor
Jokes by the Democracy, we have never heard
or dreamed of it. Tbe election of Senator is
a matter purely with the Democratic members
of the Legislature. Whoever has the most
friends in that body of respectable and intelli
gent gentlemen will he the Senator. Neither
of the., distinguished gentlemen spoken of in
-connection with the Senatorship, would feel
"degraded" if the preference and honor were
to fall upon another. If NirnoLsox, nr Pillow,
or Johksos, or Ewinc, should prove to be the
choice of a majority, it would surely be no
degradation to Gov. Jotcs, or if Gov. Jokes
should prove to be tbe choice, the. other gen
tlemen would be very simple and unnecessarily
sensitive to feel themselves degraded." The
truth is, among so many excellent and able
men, from whom the Legislature miy choose,
it will be diSeult for many to make a choice.
We.cas-splsk with confiience then, when we
assert that Gov. Jones' friends have do idea
of gratifying the Know-Nothing clamor, by
feeling "wounded or insulted," if the Dems-c-
"racywere to choose another gentleman to the
SeBateJto fill tbe present vacancy. So far from
such being true, Gov. Jones has never placed
himself lathe position of a candidate for re
election to the Senate of the United States.
We have never iBterchmgi a word with tem
on the subject, but we have eood reason to
know that be does not occupy that pesWon.
Be dees not csasUer tbst he has any -ctaias
upon the Dtmocracy of Tennessee. What
he .has dose, his been for the cause of patriot
ism, and-to save lh country fiom misrule and
perhaps tbe Union from dissolution.
Bat notwithstanding Gov. Jones' position,
there are thousands of the Democratic yeomen
- ofjtie land who would rejoice to see bim re
.tnrned to the ssatin the Senate whkh he re-
cently occupied. They appreciate his servi
cestimoar cause, in the two last contests, as a
higher act of devotion to the honor and welfare
of the country than any mere party allegiance.
As a.trlbute to bis patriotism and totbat coble
band' of Old-Line Whigs who f ought tiJeby
eiae with til in abe darkest trials of pirty con
flict and without whom it is probable we couM
never have triumphed, they are willing to re
invest him-with the Senatorial toga which be
bat, worthily worn. There are undoubtedly a
large number of tbe Democracy who would feel
that the Legislature could not acquit itself
more satisfactorily than by offering such a
tribute to disinterested patriotism. Sure we are,
if eueha;hoIc were made, neither the interests
oi me uemocTRcy.or iaeata:e nor or me suw
would' Buffer in tbe hands of ths distinguish
ed and patriotic gentleman upon wbom tbe
honor would- be conferred. Kor would Democ
racy Ioee.anytblng cf its power or prettige by
an act which would appear to all men so dis
interested -and so unselfish, no mere than it
would lose by the choice falling upon either
of ,tbe other prominent aspirants.
Tki Mosey Paxic Tat Philadelphia pa
pers represent tbe monetary affairs of the city
as-'Tnprorlrjg. The shock of the failure of
same off their first -class bouses was at first
paralysing. Everything looked black, not be
cause everything irrra black, but beeauat f eo
ple'had their black glasses on. It makes a
vast difference to a man what be wears on his
nose these days. If be can oaly manage to
look through an impartial medium, he may
etcrpe'rocks and bars tbat are not neretsarily
inhlsipalb. Merchants are like ships tbey
Vet wrecked for tbe want ct a faithful look-
raging. ' They forget "that
proarttrensjseasonslthe planting season for
ralsfortunetand failure. So ssys the "New-York
IccoiiMODATio.-t. The money editor
Journal of Commerce has the following
:of a bank operation in Philalelphia :
There is mnch written.and uttered about tbe
illiberality of the banks, but-thote who com
plain most would be perbapa equally load in
their condemnation if any trouble'should come
through a waiit of prudence on IheVpart of
manT. the onlr UnbAhtx keep a 1 lation,
nil ! trben .i fmanTfalTttirrir l'silhey
these institutions. We douot it any or our
city banks have been auclose" as somiiif
their sister instifrtiocs In Philadelphia, r Is
reported tba' one bink there became s costive
thtt a customer, a little irritated at tb' pica
vnne,plicr. drew a note for five dollars at
thirty "days, covered it don lb back with
first class endorsements from his iellow-suf-ferersT
pinned it to a ten dollar bill of lhe
. aame'tank as colleral, and then offered U for
w. nt. This was whUJedediab Tompkine
TON BAILRC2? to 108 is'ii; vacaneyot he
jolted Staies Sapreme Co irt. th-
RECEIPTS FOR iUmlrce with great lorce an l
SEE RAILROAV -
RECEIPTSTORMEM?ll?,lii; vacaej has
ROAD ' when it will be so cer-
JLUrrs rcrrlr tr3.iu! at have too long divided
Gep.iJ?attls'n vital issues, and too
ep .'ata'vataTi.' eoun-try."
A. 5iflk WAl" BO f0Ld Of
ieplo 1Saw "Piled Miss C.j
Tl m natural tbtt
EcECrrosyXExr Mordat. The election
for Governor fanil other State officers takes
place in Mississippi on Mondsy ttxt, and will
continue but one day, instead of two, as for
merly. The Democracy will.be expected by
their brethren of other States to do their
whole duty. We offer Tennessee as an ex
tample -worthy of Imitation by our sister
OrrosmoK Ticket. We learn that the op
position have at last fixed up a ticket to run
against the Democratic nominees. Let the
Demoeraev be-wide awake and dulr sober. on
Monday next, and do their duty at the polls and
an win oe wen; nut n iney remain luxewarm,
they may suffer an inglorious defeat. To tbe
polls then, Democrats; rote early; and vote
the ticket straight out. Solly Springs Demo
crat. The same paper has (be following notice of
an accident which occurred last Friday on the
Mississippi Central Railroad :
A Smash Dr. On Friday night last, the
cars on the Central Railroad ran over a cow,
just this side of Abbeville, throwing the loco
motive and two or three freight cars off the
track, and smashing up two box cars com
pletely. Fortunately the passenger cars were
not thrown off, and no person was seriously in
jured. The damages were, we learn, about
Since writing the above we have been in
formed by Mr. Wall the efficient superinten
dent on this road that the cars were not
u smashed up," but one was knocked off tbe
trucks, and tbe ends of bo h considerably
broken in. Damages aboa; $250.
ABanx Ticxkt ix Mississippi. Who would
have believed it? Yet such an announcement
is sober, reliable truth. What are the chances
of its cuceess, it would not, we apprehend, be
difficult to determine. A " burnt child dreads
the fire." Not until Mtssissippians became
oblivious of tbe fact, will they be so rash as to
ever entertain the propositlon seriously. They
are now infinitely better off than any of the
The following circular appears In the Co
To THE VoTEBS OF LOWKDES CoOHTT. As
candidates far 3 our suffrages, on the bank
ticket In this county, having been frequently
asked what kind of bank charters we advocated,
or would vote for, we Jeem it proper to give
you a synopsis of such a bask charter as would
meet our approbation :
1st. ine state saouia in no way, wuatcvci,
be connected with it. -
2d. The whole capital should be paid in
3rd. Tbe stock-holders should be residents of
4th. The stock-holders should be bound In
their private capacity, in case of the failure of
the bank, for the redemption rf the notes is
sued by such banV,JP double the amount of
5th. The bank should be required to redeem
its notes in specie on presentation and" demand,
and a faiiare to do so, should be cossidered a
forfeiture of the charter, tbe Bank put in liqui
dation under the provisions of law, and sum
mary process gives the bill-holders to collect
their demands against tbe bank, with interest
and ten per ceat. damages.
6th. It thought necessary to prevent an over
issue, the notes and amount authorized to be
iieued should be registered in such manner as
the Legislature may designate.
7th. Should there be any fraud or corruption
in the management of the bank whereby its
creditors or bill-holders might be injured, the
fierpetrators of euch fraud aboard be subject to
mkctment, acd on conviction, be fined and im
prisoned, even in the peniteBtiarv, for specified
offences. J. B. COBB,
T. a BILLUPS,
T. W. HARRIS.
Coltmbus, Miss., Sept. 18, 1857.
Foa U. S. Senator. Vhe Pontotoc .Era-mint
r has takes unqualified ground in favor of tbe
Hen. A. G. Brown for re-election to tbe United
EtXSAS AFFAIRS CENTRAL AUSRIOA THS
FOREIGN V13SI0X A SEW DEPARTMBXT PEN
SION'S. From tbe Waihlnjtan Car. of the K. T. Timet
Colonel Mansfield, arrived from Kansas, re
ports everything harmonious, and that no dif
ficulty at tbe election was apprehended. No
confidence was put in tbe rumor that Governor
Walker had resigned, and was on bis way
borne. A force of 2,500 troops will reach
Kansas by the 1st of October.
Tbe President left this morning for Lancas
ter, and will return next week, when tbe re
pairs of the White House will be completed.
Major George F. Lindsay, of the IT. S. Ma
rine Corps, is lying at the point of death.
The supposed interview between tbe Minis
ters of Costa Rica end Gautemala never took
place. Tbe policy of the Government towards
Costa Rica was settled over a month ago.
Tbe selections to fill the first-class missions
to London, Paris and Madrid, nave been made,
but the President has deemed it but courtesy to
tbe Senate to send in bis appointments for their
confirmation, before filling these important for
Preparations are being mide to reorganize the
different departments so as to facilitate tbe
tranasction of public and private business.
There is certainty great room for improvement.
It is contemplated to revise tbe revenue laws,
ai,d also to reform and systemize the revenue
It is proposed, also, to establish a Home De
partment, as in England, separate from the
Foreign office or Department of State. This
is very moch Reeded, and would relieve greatly
all tbe other Departments, especially those of
tbe State, Navy and Interior. Tbe subject will
no doubt Be presented at tbe coming Congress.
The Secretary of the Interior has not yet
taken action on tbe cecisiea of tbe Attorney
General, in relation to the beirsof persons who
were entitled to pensions. Tbe decision is
against either the children or the grand-children
being entitled by law to receive. For the
las: twenty fire years the current decisions
have been 10 favor of allowing to both, and
aiid they wer: recognised as being so entitleJ
olil 1853, when Mr. McClelland decided
against the grand-children, and rated that only
the immediate descendants in the first degree
Tbe Supreme Court of the United States has
held (without deciding ca the right of heirs to
be entitled to reeelve pay of pensions in such
cases) that where the payment was made,
both the children and grand-children had a
ri'tit to receive share and share Alike.
Oar city wis yesterday the scene of great
excitement, growing our of the Bank suspen
sions in Philadelphia, BaKiraere, Pittsburgh,
e c, and more particularly of tbe suspension
f the Bank of Nashville, one ef the Free
Banks rf this State, owned by N. Hobson and
W. Wheeless. and dome a laree business
From the withdrawal of their depoeits, last
! week bJ a '"ai t depositora, it began to
oe Huisperea so ear y as Saturday evening Itiai
this Banlc- would suspend on yesterday, acd
aaeh was the common rumsr In advance of the
opening of tbe doors of the Banks at the usual
hour. Tbe rumor proved to be well founded :
for on uie door or. uie oanKing-bouse, at an
early hour, was posted the felloiug notifica
tion: Baku or Nashville, Sept SS, 1657.
In consequence of prejudicial and unfounded
reports relative to tbe solvency of this Bank,
causis; a large number of depositors to with
draw their funds, besides a heavy demana for
coin, we have been forced to suspend pavments
for tbe present.
We beg of our friends lo take no action in
the muter for a few days, until we have bad
time for reflection as to the best course to be
pursued. Oar assets are ample to pay all lia
bilities, and they shall be faitnfully applied.
K. HOBSON, President.
W. VTHELE-sS, Cashier.
To place Creditors of the Bank of Nashville
I I 1 1 L I I . 1 J
u-junu ... muUl)ua neiewmuca w ton-
vey our private property as additional security,
to be used in the, event of necessity, "reserving
only enough to pay our private indebtedness,
which Is smalL . HOBSON,
We bave not a doubt, in our own mmd, tbat
tbe assets of tbe concern "are ample to pay
off all liabilities," and that tbey will be
"faithfully applied" to tbat purpose. We,
therefore, can but caution note-botders and
others not to-sacrifice their claims, as, in tvir
opinion, they will all be paid in full Naek
zille A'ttci, SeyL 29.
The Faze Barks. By the tubular tlI9(
mew given in anotuer place i; win oe seen mail
on tne first ot July last tne f ree Bants qrjtDis
stale nd in circulation, jiAJwauspeeie,
Such has been the dearandjfar specie and
Eastern exehancesinccjibe'firit of Je.iy. tbat
it is re asonib! i ltrpieaaae tbat notes in-circu-
lauonpnne rree .liaiits nave consideraoiy
diminien'efy sioee tbat time say $300,000.
uesseungtnis from tne amount tnn to circu-
nnd estimating tbe amount of specie
bave now on baud, and it may fairly be
sumed tbat tbe whole amount of their circu
lation now outstandicg, over a-d above tbe
specie tbey bave on hand, Js not a iove some
six or seven hundred thousand dollars. For
the guaranty and ultimate redemption of this
amount, tbey have deposited with the Comp
ttojlerof the Treasury bonds oi tbe State of
Tennessee exceeding by ten per cent, the
amount of their notes in circulation. Can any
note bolder, tbrefor'e, of these Free Banks be
in an? danger of losing anything by them?
We should eay clearly not. We are of opinion
that the bonds of the Sate held on deposit bv
teem will, at na distant day. be amply suffi
cient to redeem theirnotes in fulL A'oatttiIe
Ntut, September 29.
A Moojttais or Salt. It seems that tbe
resources of our noble State will never cease
developing. Something new, great or wonder
ful Is constantly turning up. The latest dis
covery Is a specimen of salt rock, banded us
yesterday by Mr. Nettleton, clerk of the steam
er Garvin. It was taken from a bill or moun
tain of tbe same material, just disecvereJ, a
ehort distance from tbe Mieeifilnrl river, on
tbe Missouri side, and about 72 miles from St-J
Lquis. j a is Biiuavtu on oauue uiok, in .rer
ry county, and almost on a line dividing tbat
county from St, Genevieve county. Saline
Crerlc empties into tbe Mississippi river about
three and half miles below St. Mar) ' landing.
The specimen bftre us resembles a piece of
qaaru rock, and is a-Jittle mixed with a sub
stance resembling iron ore. it bas a pure,
a-weet taste, and when jrroncd to powder is as
white as any of tbe table salt now in general
uee. If we are not misinformed. Ibis bill of
salt will prove an immense speculation to its
owners, and will cheapen tbe price cf tbat ar
ticle very materially in this city. St. Zavu
KWASHXXGTojr IkvikcIb gathering ma
terials for a life ot Sit Cxsmos,
Cottea Traas of Great Britain during the first
Eevsx Months of 1E57.
From tht WuMnstta Cnlofl
We are in possession of n. valuable official
document, just issued by the British Board of
Trade, relating to the navigation aod commerce
of Great Britain darlnS the first seven months
of the present year. The Import trade shows
but little variation compared with the corres
ponding seven months of 1883. In corn, tea,
and cotton, there is a considerable reduction in
the quantities Imported, while the articles
whica show an increase are flax. wool, wine,
and silk, of which latter 6.506,000 pounds were
imported, against 3,552,000 in tbe urn period
In 1856, and 4,001,000 pounds In 1855. Oar
mercantile readers, however, feel most inter
est in tbat brabch of British commercial In
dustry which subsists on our great southern
staple, and we have therefore complied from
the document before us such facts as will ex
hibit the cotton movements of Great Britain,
both as respec's the Importation of the raw
material and its exportation to the different
markets of the world after having passed
through the mills and looms of the manufac
Comptrallre tabslar eUtemeat ahowtni theqaaalltlet lo
all cosutrlea eortnf rt "en tnsntlu t 18 and
1S5T, loretnerwtth qumtttlei re-eijwrted arlox
tie ume period.
BnHrt 3tU. ....
166 E IS
Decrease la 1S57..
Cesntrtea to wbteb
OemraraUre tabular statement shewing the qsantlUre
and values ! cotton maOBracures (exanure 01
ttprte 1 from Great Britain U all cuBBtrlea DorU s tbe
St aeres taonttii et 1$3 aad 1817, iiUsolihiBf lit
qoaaUUea aad raise, to eacn connirr.
COCIfTSlEt. QUASTtTT TAaVDS.
I lui Q30
10,603 4 15
4 677 910
... 33 46I,tiS
... a .afiat
... 87 Oi7.67i
... I7 03S8SS
.... S 131 .121
... 11 Ol ill
r.Ttoial and poueiatooa
Srrla an J raXeliae.....
ForeUn Weal Indiea....
Saaeoa Arrea.. ..........
China aQl BdOS Cone..,
Jara at Ml alt
Brluab Xorth America..
.. 10 436923
Britlatt Weal IB Ilea
Biltuh Eaat lodlea
Australia .. .........
1 S14 895
II 211 930
11 4U 3S7
P rtojal and poaaeaaiosa.
Tniter... ...... ........
.. 24 806 074
... 84 157.710
.. 27 141,404
,.. IS 840 993
... 48 86S 353
... 18.613 797
... 9.011 Kg
... 23,625 ,tM
Banco Afera.. .........
Cfelnaasd noes Koaz..
1 436 16S
BrHiaU Xartb, America..
B'Uiah Weat Ia4ies.....
18 451 045
1 873 339
Iocreaie 1b 1S57. 7S.C64.401 8.634 465
Oomparatlre atatement abowtac ibt (jnantltlea and Tatars
cf cotton Tarn exported irm urea. Britain 10 an conn,
tries darlBI tbe first seven rarslbs of 135S and 1857.
Rum la 970,023
Sweden 1 606 126
Banae Tiwsa... ........26 313 r29
3 333 790
UfHaad 16,5 W 683
, 5 595.912
Maptea asd Sicllj..
Brtilah East ladles..
3 656 303
.... 3 259 4:6
Jt'aplee aa4 Stetty..
BrlttB Kj.,1 ladiea...
Otfeer cans trie?
3 274 161
T.U1 100,637,315 24,35,05
The totals of these amounts for the first
seven months cf tbe years 1856 and 1857 would
almost seem fabulous to one unacquainted
with the intimate connection existing between
the throne of Great Britain and tbe looms of
the cotton weaver. It is absolutely marvel
ous to contemplate for a moment the capital
iuvested,tbe number of people men, women,
and children employed, the ships freighted,
trie mercnints enricned, ana the nipes and
fears of 27,000, (XX) of British subjects wrapt
up in and by this almost omnipotent product
of Southern slave labor. Tbe very aggregate
totals are amazing ; thus, the segregate value
of cotton manufacturers and yarns, including
also cotton-thread and stockings, exported
durinz onlv seven months of 1S57 amounted to
$113,401,030, against $I01.991piC5 exported the
corresponding period or isoo.
It further appears from the tables which we
nave compiled trom tne omeiai returns witn
the most precise accuracy, that, bad no raw
cotton been re-exported trom ureat Britain
during the seven months designated, the total
quantity deliverable for consumption, for that
period, would bare exceeded tbe total quantity
imported the first seven mont&s of 185S
531,126 cwt.. and the quantity actually con
sumed 1.213,806 cwt. Notwithstanding these
actual results, the falling oS in the agg egate
importation of raw cotton during the period
under review compared with the aggregate
quantity imported tue corresponding period or
tne preceding ysar say 90,000 bales while it
furnishes no adequate cause for tbe " panics,"
which have been cb.enV got up by the " cotton
ehtiekers"of Exeter Hall, who know just as
much about the real condition and wants of
the cotton trade as tbey do about ths real con
dition and wants of the well-fed and well
cared for slave whose labor sustains it, is still
sufficient to awaken among the intelligent man
ufacturers of Ureat Britain a spirit of reason.
able and earnest inquiry as to the probable
CBances or reliance trom otner quartets snouu
snort crops or other casualties reduce their
ordinary supply irem me united states, ana
thus derange for a single season, or even for a
slnele weeb. the vast complicated interests
which centre la the cotton industry of tbe
Csmaoa Sense la n Honey Panic.
Fron tb Ctevetaod Herald
Moseyed men are tbe veriest crsvens on
earth, so timid that at the least alarm tbey
pull their heads turtle like, within their shell,
and, snugly bouse i, bug their glittering treas
ure until all fear is removed. Tbe consequence
is, that a few days' disturbance of the monetary
atmosphere brings on a perfect dearth of not
only the precious metals, but of even paper
money, their representative.
Four weeks ago there was, comparatively
speaking, an abundance of money; now there
is none, which means tbat before tbe Ohio
Life and 1 rust Company failed, moneyed men
and corporations loaned their treasure, but now
it is hoarded in long stockings and darkvaulis.
Moneyed men never adopt the tactics of
mutual support : hence, as sooa as a shot is
fired ibto the flock, they scatter, each looking
out for himself, each distrustful of the other,
and each recognizing only tbe great law of
selfishness, which is, to take cars of number
one. Courage Has saved many an army even
when ammun'tlon was low, and many a foe
has been scattered by one yell of defiance when
there was not a cartridge left.
But, after all. these checks upon extrava
gance are valuable as dearly learned lessons,
... . . .. railroad. tA hwrht
too taanv forelcn articles of luxury.
1 1 many respects we are much bettr.rab!t? to
meet tbe present crisis than anywbieh has
occurred within the recollection of this gener
ation. Twentr vears airo the same disturbance
would hare brought about a general suspension
ot tbe bai.ks. Now, however, the people,
owing to the seeurityroSed tbe bill-holder,
are not In the IeastJcWerned. This one fact
testifieshoUhe advance made in tbe- science of
baiiking Serurjifi bill-holders mike no noise,
but where-unsecured their clamor is disastrous.
In tieiSta'.e of New York personal liability,
toofenters Into the barking svstem. and there
IfaIso the absence cf excitement testifies to the
isdom of making the bill-holder abundantly
But ts there any reason for supposing tbat
mis state or monetary anairs can last long r
A writer In the New i"ork- Commercial Mter
tittr, over the signature of " Peter Scrlber,"
gives a common sense answer to this question:
.-The calamity (if it tear be called aueh.1
now upon us cannot, by any possibility, be of
long duration, itisrraceaoie to well known
causes, and tbey will correct themselves. On
tbe other band, all our crops cotton, tobacco,
sugar and food of all kmJs bave never been
more abundant. Our exports cannot fail to be
enormous. We Save only tu exercise a little
eeonomv in our use of f oreien articles for a
few months. An average of only five dollars
of this economy of our people for one year
would save one liunareu minions ot couars.
Our railroads, thttigh ruinous lo enterprising
people who bave iwnstructe-l tbem, are of vast
national benefit- Our roads, Ibougb coating a
vast eum and yielding- nothing to their con
structors, ire yet in cost far below tbe amount
of some European palaces, which yl Id nothing
to the people or country, but are mere monu
ments or Uie Sltlll or inn uuuorrs mm uie aui.j
of the government: while our roads, which to
be Bure sre nothing to their owners, are, a con
stant source of profit to tbe masses whose in
terests are promoted by them through cheap
transit and rapid intercourse,
" In conclusion, I have only to say that the
present 'head wlnd'ts or Dut temporary char
acter, and the onlv way to meet It is mutual
and kind forbearance. Let him who can aid
cut cf bis abundance, do so. Avoid all nncall
ed for 'panic' making. He who aids panic is
a bad citizen, and anouid oe so regarded cyan
" ne only ngat way is woen uie wino is
contrary, to do so as dpt. Cuttle advised, 'lay
your Head close to and bang at it,' and wnen
it ttairts, square the yards and go ' auead' with
experience of the past."
A DouBTrOL EirTEarKieE. It Is reported
that negotiations are going on between the
Boston Submarine Armor Company and tbe
underwriters ot the CeatroZ Jmen'ca, to raise
her boll, wblcb is supposed to lie in abont 23
fathoms water. Tbe specie in htralone would
furnish ample Inducement, if her position can
be accurately fixed ; and tbat it can, is proba
ble, from th fact that Captain Herndon wac
reported to bave give a her position to ths ya-V
Bat waica rtrusea to come to ci reuar.
Tb EIc BtsimthiP'.
THE "GREAT EiSTE&X" TO BE LAUK
OCTOBER, AKO REsnr FOR SEA BT THH FIRST
Mn .hibv siwifftf nnvnftin VKti- BU. I
FLOTED ON HSR DAILT-OENKRAL PJlOuRESS !
rW,. ?CT,Ti I
show the launch Is near at band, and that if
make her first rovee bv Cbristmas next.
a - a.
Nearlv 1500 men are emnloved on her daily,
and, though when spread about her acres of
upper and lower decks, they seem but few, they
are in reality quite enough for tbe work, and
under their lnceasant efforts each hour records
great progress made. Already some of tfae-
cabins are nnis&ed and fitted to snow tue styie
of the arrangements which are Intended to pre
vail throughout, and those, compared with the
"cribb'd and cabined" dens, so painfully im
nreaa.H imam f h. mlnria nr all Ree.-frolDlT travri-
ers, are perfect saloons. Each of the jmaB
first class cabins is 14 feet by 101, and 71 fettJ
high. There are whale streets and squares cf
such apartments as these, opening out into sa
loons, which of themselves affords as much
space as the main-deck of a line of battle ship
ot the prerent day.
The oultvarks, wbieh are now being put up,
add considerably boab to the height and sym
metrical proportions of the vessel. They are
9 feet 6 inches high forward, anl slop down
to about 5 feet tiiza amtdsnips artu ait. iuo
. .... .hjij,.. im. f otion-neias or ine oum.anu ioeiac:oties oil uie amount or Amsiiean securities, ntm in
flwee our last notice of tb j-.'.f ' i,,1 the Eaat, upon the teeming granaries of the England Is from eighty lo a bundled tnlllfon.j
nautical letlathen, it has rapidly and steady M3ile KMttrn g- - ? ,t ,,eJrtatei & tlhy tiMblM by Mpi
progrsed.towards Its final comp et Ion. The ,(m CxUhtaU, anJ tbe Iforf and ' Ha lists as to tbe mangement 6f railroad aV-
B".1- 5 nU.reS lta ouble mil.D!rjl J '5 la. J I coal depoaitest Pennsylvania, -and . Tirglnafairt. concluding aa follows .
nttec toe ouiwarKS are piniv up, ecu mo u- . , . ij...,,i,i i,.r . nwhii.iKt.'i . .
- .... ..
IU aEOIUBUlL'B rtirw t . V. .us i
ltd in with, teak Dlanklmr. placed
anting, placed at aoout six i
Inches distance trom tbe iron, ine macmnery
for both screw and paddle engines is in, with
the exception of the crank shaft, which is'be
ing forged, and the screw shall, which, though
placed, is not yet put together, or connected
with the screw engines. Both engines are of
such ponderous calibre and strength, tbat tbe
visitor gax.es on tbem, as tbey lie ranged be
neath him, with the dumb feeling of surprise
that a sight ot tbe tremendous rock-hewn
monuments of Egypt always occasions. They
look so dark and maesive beyond all other en
gines that it seems difficult to imagine bo w they
themselves can be put in rapid motion, though,
once at work, you can readily understand the
amount ot speed at whieb tbey would force
even the Great Sattern through tbe waves.
Tbey are beyoiid all doubt tbe Urgestand most
powerful engines by some thousands of horse
power that have ever yetb-en constructed, and
some of the largest pieces of wrought iron that
have ever been forged, and tie largest castings
that bave ever been run In one casting are used
in their manufacture. The paddle and screw
engines, when working together at their high
est power, will exert an effective force of not
less than 11,500 horse power, or sufficient to
drive tbe machinery ot alttbe cotton mills in
Manchester. Tbe consumption of coal to pro
duce this s mount of locomotive force is esti
mated at about 210 tons per day.
All the other details connected with tbe ship
are cn the same colossal scale. Fur Instance,
they will bare four of Trotman's anchors,
each weighing 7 tons, and two small anchors
ot 51 tons, at the forward part of tbe ship
At the stern there wilt be two anchors of 6
tons each. Tbe chain cables are likewise tn
suite. There will be two forward of H inch
diameter, (about sixty pound to tbe link,) and
twoof 21-inch diai.eier. In tbe after part
there will be two of 2i inch, and each cable
will be 240 f attorns long. Tbe total number
of tbe crew will be four hundred, of which
one-third will belong to the engineering depart
ment, one-third for victualling a, id servants,
and one-tbird for tbe sailing department. The
officers will be Captain W. Harrison, (late of
the Cunard lii.e,) chief officer ami chief engi
neer, twelve other sailing officers, sixteen sub
ordinate engineers, a sailing mas'er, a purser,
and two or three surgeons. In addition to tbe
two screw steamers which will bang astern
abaft the paddle boxes, and each ot which will
be 100 feet long, 16 feet beam, 120 tons burden,
and 40 horse power, there will be 21 other
bnats, which are now being made at Deal.
Some of these will be large decked boats, like
little yachts; and all will be fitted with masts
and sails complete. There will be six masts,
two of them square-rigged, and all of hollow
iron except tbe last, which will be nearest li
The actual weights ot the ship, esgines, and
various fittings are as folio. vs
"Timber work, fittings
Masts, rigging and sail
Paddle ergines. complete
Boilers lo do, (full)
Sere w engines, complete
Boilers to do, (full)
Paddle-boxes and sponsor! beamsA
Screw, shaft and bearings
The preparations forgetting the monster safe
down to tbe water are progressing steidily,and
according to present arrangements, there is
little doubt but tbat the launch will tate place
early in October msL As we bave sari, it is
expected to take place iu October, and will be
gin at two in the mornings when the Great
Eatlern will be moved down as the tide ebbs
till she reaches low water mark exactly at low
water. As the tide flows again she will, of
course, be floated off. moored in the centre of
the river, and continue her fitting, so as to be
ready for sea about February next.
As a matter ot course, if the monster were
left to itself, the instaiiUhe shores were knock.
ed away it would rush down the ways and very
probably straul itself on tbe oopesite side of
the river. To prevent this catastrophe, mas
sive chains are fastened to the cra-Hes, wbieh
are passed through double sheaves secured to
clamps of piles driven 35 feet into tbe solid
earth. Tbe end of th-se chains, after pass
ing twice through the sheaves, will be at
tached to windlasses, so tbat men working en
tbem may slacken tbe speed of tbeabip, or
even stop it altmretber. if required. While
passing over tbe first two hundred feet ot the'
"ways" great care must oe ise, bh. mat dis
tance once safely accomplish! d, the Great
Eatlen may safely be lett to find her own way
into that element on which far years to come-
febe will be regarded as a marvel and a wonder
The great extent which the lauochiag " ways"
cover, diminishes tbe weight per square foot
wbicn they will be required to bear to little
more than three-quarters of a ton. Tbe ordi
nary weight over launching " ways " Is two and
a-half tons tbe square foot, thoagh launches
are frequently made in Locdon at three tons.
A tell-tale indicator will be fixed to the two
cradles, so tbat any din reace tbat may occur
in tne rate or deicent ot eacn win be immedi
ately rectified by the check tackle.
lhe Financial Crisis and th Geaeral
perity cf the 'Country.
Prom the Wa&l(toa TJdoa, rVrptesotrSfi.
Frequent record la still made in the journals
of New York, Philadelphia, and Boston, rf
tne suspension or bancs, merenants, traders
and manufacturers; but notwithstanding the
wide-spread losses and embarrassments which
these suspensions bave occasioned, they bave
as yet produced no visible effect on tbe aggre
gtte prospiri'y of the whole country. Nature
has been too lavirh in her gifts, our country
men too prompt in availing themselves of those
favors, and the financial policy ot the Demo
cratic party bas been too successful in confin- i
log within comparatively safe limits tSw
scuemes ot enterprise and me expansions of
trade, to admit of general embarrassmentand
suffering from the folly, extravagancemis
management or rum of any class or cusses of
business men, whether their transactions have
been in a private or .a corporate capacity.
Wbile tbe financial circiesW lhe three cities
named are daily and feverithly moved by par
tial stoppages and downright bankiuptcles by
the depreciation of jreal estate ai.d by the
hitherto vain ffor of the "bulls" and
bears" of the slock market to,fiod a "bottom"-
evensietion of our broad Union is
gladdenedwitbthe gloriois assaran e that
plenterowns the year." To quote from the
Albany? Jrrus s - .
Jjj The corn crop Is now generally beyond
'danger ot damage from frost. 0 same tow
1 , t . u ,-111 i ' .. ,. i
tanus ana iu uie utuy regions wuere uie stHi is
riot adapted to this crop, it would probabl
euttain some injury, but in the good corn-grow
ipg diRtticta it is now safe. This may well be
a matter of congratulation not merely among
the farmers, but also among all classes ot peo
ple. It crowns tbe year with plenty. All the
other crops were already most abundant, and
now the usual annual supply of this valuable
and extensively cultivated article of breadstuff
and provender is added to tne luxurious cata
logue, we Heard or no crop w-ntcn can be
said to be a failure this year, extent the pota
to. There was a very abundant growth of tbat
esculent, but tbe 'rot' has done great damage
to it in many parts of this State. We cannot
apeak of ths extent of this injury in other
b.ateu and intns it probable mat tne wear,
which is said to have a large extent of acres
in noLatoes this year, bas escaped this blight."
In this connection, another New York-cotem-
porary alaoremarks :
Tbu crops of tbe country are the largest
ever known ; almost every section of our land
reports bouateona harvests, and there is every
prospect of a good foreign demand at fair
prices for all the grain and flour we can nip
ply. Through the troubles in India, and the
general increasing foreign demaiid, our pork
and beef, wbieh have become Imiortant arti
cles U export, will command probably double
their average value, an-t we shall bavea great
ly increased supply. The prospects for a folly
fair crop of cot on are promising, and prices
are nearlv or quite double those or average
years. Throughout the length, and breadth ot
the land there ia an buueuat prospect of late
fall pasture and roots for the sustenance of
catllo, which is a matter of more Importance
than is generally .considered. California is
Bending us reguUrlyaore than forty millions
of gold per annum, a considerable portion of
which remains in circulation in the interior of
pur country. Emigration to our shores of a
more thrifty class of people is steadily on
wart and through the money tbey brlnf , to?
getber with their industrious habits, our West
ern States are reaping a, rich harvest-
Tie time has happily passed by whn tbe ag
ricultural and manufacturing interests of tbe
country can be alxost ruinously affected by the
operations of State bankers and brokers, or the
cotrupting, overshadowing ii.fluenres ot
"great regulator" of thei ational currency and
the exchanges. Tbat there has been a serious
financial crisis In several of our largest Nerth
ernnnd Western cities admits of no dispute;
but we suspect tbat the losses complained or
are, to a very eoifsiderable extent, more nomi
nal than real. The enormous decline ubi-b
bas taken place in tbe value particularly of
railroad property is '-he natural sequence of
excessive speculation of stimulating unsafe
and unknown stocks to the point of gambling
priess. As far as we have observed, the
crisis "has not forced any railroad stock to
any serious extent below its real intrinsic value,
or prevented any cocpany from declaring an
honestly-made dividend. The decline, we ran
cy, has been from tbe ruling, fictitious figures
of the speculators to the trying Btan.'arl Cf
real capital and real investments. I3 otber
words bo Inconsiderable share of the esormong
massive wrotightlrondeckl.alsobe.ng cover.!""""-
losses pf Wall and ThlrH streets mnst be count-"lbs
ed as tbe anticipated profits of tbe 4t bears"
the unsettled dlDerenees of ths ' bulla"
-There is no occasion for alarm or distrust;
m 4U,U,"S "u ,or J"J "J
are blessed as they have been, and continue to
be , remarkable degree, by a W.h1 acd be-
neficent Providence, It Is quit likely that the
great mass of the people will not b seriously
Inconvenienced by' thrmoney panics and money
disasters of any clty:ln tbe Union.
Cr; Bathaaaa's Utah Policy Th Znrcpean
rum t-e LoadoB Tloea, Sa;t.T.
It Is said that Mr, Buchanan is resolved to
put down Mormonism at any' rate, tb break
up the community at Utah. There will be
great difficulties, o'wing to the weakness ot tbe
Federal Government, bait of-whose fores Is re
portel to bave deserted already. Sit the io
Prttxdnl it a TttoUle man when he Aar.tndtr
takes a tttng,cnd wt hope the daft of tkie abm.
fnaiion art u coasfed. "We certainly ought
to wish this, for it must be confessed that we
are a good deal concerned in tbe growth of
Mormooism. It is a fact tbat ths majority ot
the community Sir. Caryalhe taysnlnctentbs
are English, Scotch and Welsh. How is this?
Who is responsible for thisf What hare our
orthodox parish priests been dointf. and what
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tZ'. ,' ' 'i ".v . Z ----
the feeders of such an ecormttv as this?
It is a Very poor consolatlo.i j .but, Perhaps,
ij.l some little consolation, to find that with
respeot to our own people, fanaticism baa bad
more to do with the current to this wretched
delusion than vice. It would, Indeed, be dread
ful to think tbat so many thousands of. our men,
and especially our women, bad designedly, and
with their eyes open, joined a system of the
grossest polygamy But it is only just to say
that tq a great extent this was not tbe ease,
rbe new religion Was, indeed, Itself a sensual
ity, but it was cot joined by the great mass
under that Idea. Tne prophets had the wick
edness to disguise its grossnesa till their mis
erable victims bad got so imbeded in. the sys
tem tbat they could not extricate themselves
It is a fact' that, in order to be beforehand with
report, they actually forged a service book,
proiessug to oe me aeivice dook oi tnelr reli
gion, and containing, among other offices, a
marriage office, framed on the ordinary princi
ples of monogamy.' What, then, was the in
ducement to this deluded crowd to join the new
religion? It seems to bave been mainly the
extraordinary prophetic show and pretence of
toe Aiormomte impos'.ure. mt subject or
prophecy has, ever since the reformation, bad
aa extraordinary noid over tne minds ot reli
gious people in this country. The Puritans
were mad upon it. They dreampt of the bat
tie of Armageddon, of Gog and Magog, of tbe
seven seals and tbe seyeo trumpets, ot tbe star
which was called Wormwood, and of the an
gel whose name was Abaddon, till, wound up
at last to frenzy, they thought the world was
coming to an enQ, and tbat all these mysterious
i vents were close at&acd, every military onieer
of any distinction Imagining that he was the
persou who was to bave tbe especial honor of
capturing the great dragon and delivering tbe
These speculations bave never lost their
charm amoftg us, and though we do not make
sucn warllEe propaets as our Furitan ances
tors, prophecy is still the fashion. The reli-
sious world throws Itself into tbe future, and
fixes the era of tbe millennium with untiring
ingenuity. Ao two commentators aetee on
their date, but this very diversity gives a zest
to speculation. It is really extraordinary
what stuff comes out yearly in the shape of
comment on those pirta of Scripture, what cu
rious and wild contortions and grimaees pro
phecy performs under the guidance its in
terpreters. All this is seriously written and
seriously read. Men of education, scholars,
academicians pleise themselves with laying
out the mysterious future with as much exact
ness as it they were layicg out a Dutch garden
er drawtNg a figure in geometry. Tbey are as
familiar with the heavenly Jerusalem, as tbey
are with the ground plan of their own bouses.
The pleasure is tbat ot a Chinese puzzle.
There is endless room for irgenuity in different
juxtapositions of the various pieces, the pieces
sere being tne ditierent-nsures, types, numbers,
sad personages ot this . mysticaldepj,rtm t
Tbey shake their kaleidoscope, and look
through it to see what they have got ; and tbey
hake it again and look through It again, till
'hey have got some figure symmetrical enough.
Every remarkable event cf the day Is sure to
be followed by a general shaking of tbe pro
phetic kaleidoscope, because it muBt be brought
into the figure. If a king falls or a king rises,
there are three or four books in the course of
as many weeks to prove bis connection with
one of the horns of tbe beasts, and tbe cup
d'etat of Louis Napoleon, produced a general
excitement in me propnetlc world.
aucn being tne propnetic bias of many indue
trious writers, Imagine this Influence at work
in a low and uneducated class. Imagine these
rude and uncultivated minds intent, so far as
bey tbink of religion at all, upon the prophetic
aspect or it, inn or ideas or a millennium and
a sort of an earthly paradise, which they have
caught up from the glowing page of Old Tes
tament prophecy, and which, literally inter
preted, does bear tbe meaning, however a more
refined and truer interpretation may spiritual-
ne it, Tbey read in tne Old Testament pro-
I'ucj ui a region wuere men saan no more
hurt or destroy, where there shall be no vio
lence and no want, and they give to all this a
material interpretation. (Jnder such impres
sions they will be very likely to be dupes of
designing Imposters, who come to tell tbem
a i out a land beyond" tbe seas where all is peace
ai plenty no oppression, no extortion. If
lias was the picture of the Mormonite para
dite which was given them, its gross features
b-ing kept back, their faith In it was, of
coirse, gross credulity; but It is a credulity
wlich our learned and educated zealots, who
fraqmad on this very subject of prophecy tbem-
seites, nave no particular rigut to censure.
Thfy Have set the example. When educated
merL ani even clever men. run Into aneh ertra.
ordinary follies and dreams on this subject, it
ts list very surprising if a coarse illiteratebvinilyif Bat ourtg evasgelists, fresh from the
clasi bas gone a step further, and
dul'eU the dream, but acted unon I
It Is a very goodmixlm that no one. class in
auvKa-j eir wuuuui iuo frsi ueiur ia souls ue-
free implicated. The prophetic raanlaTfn our
rellgbus world is more or less responsible for
tbe Mormonite emigratioa front these Islands.
This txtravagant adventure is only a coarse re
fleetisn of tbat wild prophetic speculation In
whieti so large part of" th religious public
has indulged. The Mormonite emigrant went
m quest of a sort of earthly piradise; be
thought tbe millennium had come, and mat he
would akethe"earliest advantage of It. We
are speaking, of course, of the dupes of Mor
monism, not of i's prophets, and ot the fanati-
cism of the sya'eta. not of Its groseness and
itiuuamv. aucse ivreicueu aupes nave Deen
prepared for their delusion by tbe extravagance
of tdelrtbetters. The ridiculous brochures
that aeirby thousands if they only hazard a
bear nredietion. the nnnaena trhirh la rat
VithjSvIdity on any subject connected with
propnecy, is trie upper class saapeot Mormon
tim. V e rush into a vlrionary future a a re
lief either from the inequalities of the present
ce ne, or its difficulties, or its dullness. This
is made tbe Millennarlan. acd it bas made
he Mormorute. The Mormonite J Ih Eng
lish form of Socialist, Both aim at Lftooias.
only one In connection with prophecy, the ether
in connection with 'social progress and the po
litical regeneration of the world.
To Keep Irian Potatoes through tb Winter.
rrom the AtiMiu-lppi Planter aad MecSanicJ
Messrs. Editobs: Jn the first place, we
presume that every man who lavs claim to the
title of farmer, his a "patch " of potatoes.
As they require but little cultivation; and In
terfere but little with the cotton crop, they
might be grown (with profit) to a much great
er extent than at present.
But little attention has been paid to keeping
potatoes for planting purposes,.and much, in
convenience and expense it occasioned in pro
curing then, when needed, especially for the
last three year. We propose to give our plan
of keeping potatoes through the winter, based
upon five years practical experience. When
lhe vines dle.ia the time to dtgj they should be
removed to the shade, for if tbe sun shines up
on them, even for a few minu'.es, they Will turn
jelloweod will not keep. StxK as the sun
freijaeatly reactiea thtm througa cracks in the
ndges, prior to -iggiug, you must sort over tbe
piles, rejectiuj all tbat are shrunken, or of a
yellowiih; csar, Sslect some out-building,
lioderately close, in wbith no fire' is used, and
make a set of scaffolds, oner abev another,
ei;ht or ten- Inches apart, and about three feet
wide, the lowest ewflbld being at least six feet
from tbe ground, upon these spread your pota
toes even and thinly. Notice then occasional
ly for ten days, and remove any that may b
rotten, and after that time "let m rip-"
There Is more danger of heat than of cold t
taey win cot freei,e, I have kept some varie-
tie-. Ihae nl,.,i . . -
"tne preseuted a watery
appearance, but could discover no diminution
iu produetlcm-anJ quality. Aa to the see 1 run
ning out, it is all "gammon;" tber vine be
comes ssmrivhat smaller, but one can discover
no change, opon tue potatoe. 'Mississippi an
oua ly exports thousands of dollars for plant
ing potatoes, and If we can Induce car brother
farmers to.Ieasen this amount, the purpose of
our article will be f uiryaceoapJlsSJd.
.. t MADISON'.
ote. When potatoes are'Ttermltted. to Te
rnani r la the ground during, tha winter, thev
should be taken np ten or fifteen day. before
the planting time, and thoroughly driedV M
How the Devil Lost. The fblowing Is
too good to be loeu We clip It-from an ex
change paper, acd resneeJfntlv rail Ih alf.n-
tion to It of certain persons wno feel disposed
-i"" ,u im jienspaper imet
Ayojing man th ardently, deslrtd wealth,
was visited by his Satanic tnajesty,whq tempted
him to promise bis sotil , for eternity, it lie
could be-supplied on tht.earth, wilh alIUie
money J he could use. The bargain was conclu
dd the devil was to supply the ra6ny, and
was at last to have tbe soul, unless tbe young
man could spend more money than the devil
could furnish. Years passed away the man
married, was extravagant in bis living, built
palaces, speruWud widely, lost and giv away
fortunes, and yet hja coffers were always full.
He, turned politician, and bribed his way to
power and fame, wlthou reducing his "pile" of
gold. He became a " fillibuster," an.t fitted
out ships and armies, but his bankers honored
all his dratts. He went to St. Paul to live,
and pinl the usual rate of Interest Ut all th
money he could borrow, t-ut though tbe devil
made wry faces whenba came. to pay the bills,
yet tbey were all paid. One-' expedient alter
another failed the devil counted the timeonly
two vears, that he must wait for'' tbe soul.
and mocked tbe efforts of the despairing raau
Osc more trial was resolved' upon lhe man
started a 'newspaper I The devil growled at
the bills at the end of the first quarter, was
savage in six months, melancholy in nine, abd
broke udead broke," at ths end of tbe year.
. So the otvspsper went do.-a, ani ths Saul was
Lcndoa Times ca the Financial Crisis ia
'- Tbe money article of lbs London VsWs eon
tains extended remarks In regard to the finan
cial crisis in New Totk and American securi
ties generally. It says that It conjectures tbat
prevail In England, there la actually a power
ful combination on tbe other aid for tb
avowed purpose of bringing all the principal
undertaking to ruin. Unlike this ot any
other country, tb majority of lb' leading
(peculators of New York are devoted to tb
task of depreciation national credit. Whether
mis arises rrom tb extent to wblen American
liabilities are held by foreigner need not be
dlscnssd ; a Urg body of active persons are
known to be associated for tbls purpose. '
''They influence tb press to work out their
views, and'are enabled not merely to opjrate
witn joint capital, but to bold regular meetings,
and permanently to retain legal advisers, whose
chief vocation, It maybe assumed, Is to dis
cover points that may enable the validity of
each kind of aecurltr to be called Into ques
tion, and thus create distrust. They are also
said to succeed, in a vast number of Instances,
in eetline: their own creatures into control of
companies, ostensibly supporting or opposing
tbem, as may best suit their tactics in each
particular case. Each new revelation of fraud
Is balled aa a triumph, and such directors or
soarenoldrs as may show a Hsposition iota ice
advantage of technicalities to defeat all equita
ble claims, instead of belnr booted from tne
Exchange, find a circle ot admirers. Of course
this state of tbincs would end, or be greatly
mitigated, it stock and bondholders were jo
" In most Instances, tbe proceedings, are so
notorious, and tbe laxity of management so
complete and long eoolinued, that English In
vesters. If thev had anv rational a cent on the
spot, could not fail to be warned. Buttbere Is
no London committee of American stock-bro
kers, and apparently no possibility ot forming
one. Yet something should be done, If possi
ble, to remedy the evil. Some persons will say
the best remedy cvould be foano by an avoid
ance of American Investments altogether; but
this, although it seems likely eaouzh to be
brought about unless the respectable portion of
tne American mercantile community can con
trive to influence public opinion, is not a result
that any one anxious for the advancement of
the best interest of bo'h countries would wish
to see take plac. No field for the employ
ment ot capital is superior to that of tbe Put
ted States, and toe sympathies of business be
get a universal disposition here to seek it.
Under such circumstances, it Is deplorable
tbat, owing to a want of concerted action
among portions of two communities, a depraved
minoritrshould command all the channels of
enterprise, and render confidence impossible."
4 A Titled Pssple
rrvratbeFattadeMkl, jMraal 1
no people on toe race on tue earto attaca so
muca importance to title as we Americans.
We tell each other, in speeches and odes, tbat
we despise sucn stuy wings ; mat our repub
lican institutions are diametrically opposed to
tbem : tbat we regard with contempt the bich
sounding prefixes and affixes of hereditary no
bles and degenerate sprigs Ot nyaity. mis
Is all nonsense, and worse than nonsense, wbi.e
we are fast becoming a nation f Honorables,
bsquires, (Jolrnels, Generals, A. 31s. and I).
Ds. It is quite difficult to produce a man
now-a-days, who bas not some distinguishing
appellation other than tbe name be received at
bis christening. Every masculine American
who makes a little money or protrudes himself
into public notoriety, is unanimously dubbed an
bsquire. JoDn bmr.o, fcq-, makes a speeca
from a stump. John Brown, Esq., falls down
and uurts Ulmseir; Joan J ones, ,q. and bl
accomplished lady, bave cone to Europe.
Smith Brown, Esq., baa paid thirty thousand
dollars for a house, and tbe horse of Jones
Robinson, Esq., ran away New, everybody
understands tbat Smith, IJrown, and Jones are
not notable for, intelligence or usefulness,
These gentlemen, however, are excessively te
naeious of their Esquires. If a letter is di
rected to simple Mr. John Stsi'b, that indivld
ual's pride is sorely woaaded, and if John
Brown, pJaia. appeal s in print, the face of that
foollsb. man of means reddens witn indignation
It is well known tbat ths Governor of every
State has a s anding army of what are called
Aids to Uls txcellency." Lveryman wno l
fjrtuiate enough to be appointed an ' aid," is
a colonel, mese colonels are profoundly ig.
norant of military tactics; never hindled a
musket, nor smlt powder in their lives. If
the Governor needed any assistance bis aids
world be unsble to render it. Occasionally
they canter about on parade-days, and do good
services at public banquets. Sensible men are
perfectly aware that Uiey are not one jot more
respected by their fellow-citizens because they
are eolor.e'g, but there is always an immense
boty of applicants for admission to the ranks
and privileges or ine ".Aids "
What a legion ot Hosorables bas its exis
fence in our country ! If a lawyer can onlyJ
gain that prefix to bis name, his cop ot happi
ness is full. When we say tbe Honorably
Daniel Webster, we mean something. Weir-
siantly revert to the lofty statesmanship; tbe
majestic intellectual powers, the vwobderful
eloquence, and the profound learning wbieh
made the great Daniel truly an honor to bis
age and country, nut wnen wo sneair or me
Honorable Bunkum Blazes, we mfau nothing
at all. Blazes is understood to engage in rough
' and tambie fi-hts with hisbroBtherhonorables.
i lie always carries aoout ma person a six-
lit always carries about DIs person a
shooter and a nine-inch blade, "wle shoots
waiters, and gts drunk, and plays the fool.
These are not honorable traits ot'ebaracter.
Young gentlemen who get their diplomas and
go forth from the ballast tbeTr Alma Mater,
with feeble remlniscrjcKcTproblems and Ho
meric odes, are B. A?s, and, afier a while, A.
M's. The us tally devote themselves to stocks
and casstmeres, ar-.d-pay veiy little attention
to ai-y branch of tbejarts. When we see them
looking stupidly, at' a sutue ot a picture, or
listening to ardopera, or baying a copv of Teo
nysotj, wejSaniiot regard Luem as Masters of
Arts by a-stretch of tbe imagination.
JonatSTmEd ards, D. D , sooads sensiiMy,
because tKft eminently eru lite theologian and
mis'grl ylltrgieian was indeed a Doctor of D
: not only lnla-rnlnities, do nut deserve tne title because
itv - ; FlHryrlTre brilliant in Imagination, and receive
- f calls to fine ci'y churches. In fact,
country, bo honor attaches to titles once indic
ative of personal pre-eminence, moral or intel
lectual. Foreigners are heginning to make fun of us
bn this score, and we deserve tbefr ridicule.
Tbey declare tha tAmerica is another Germany,
in which subdivide 1 land-Ilarons bold horses,
lolisU boots, md render other menial services.
They are at first surprised to meet so many
Majors arid Generals, and begin to think that
Americans are nil military officers, By-atHl-bv.thevlearn
tbat anv bodv can be a Maior
wuo teils a good story In. a village tavern, or
j communicates his political views from a fence
: or slump.
Courtesv and custom dictate tbat we -should
address every gentleman as Mister. Oar ideas
of gentility are so clearly defined that we
never Mister rough fellows, who wear unfash
ionable clothes and work: In the dirt. But
knaves and fools are always Messrs., if they
can onlv sport caues and produce handaful of
coin from their pockets. Wbile we cannot en
tirely approve of tbe rigid creed ot tbe Friends.
who only address John South as John Smith,
we do toint-tnal we bad better stop creating
ao many Esquires, and Colonels and Honora
ble. Let us bs true to our vaunted Democra
cy, and abandon tbe absurd habit of styling
every body a Professor, every politician an
Honorable, every Civilian a Colonel, and every
citizen, not otherwise entitled.ati Esquire.
Cantoh English-2' The elegant Greek
slave imposed bis language and bis modes of
thought upon bis barbarous Roman master;
our civilizt'i Chines attendants bave commu
nicated to us outer barbarians the syntax of
the Chinese tongue. They have mad for us a
new English language, wherein words once
familiar to us as English words startle us by
new significations. According to the canons
of criticism tbey bave well done,
" Dixana earefie, atam tl calllda verhBra.
Beddiderit Juoclura coram." '
Horace must bave stolen blr artpoilica from
My friend Introduced me to bis ccmprador
" You see gentlemen you tawkeeonepiecev
coolie one piecey boy larnt pigeon, you savey ,
. no number one roolo you mace see tnis gen
tleman you make him bouse pigeon."
This was said with great raplditv, and in
my Innocence I believed that my friend was
speaking Chines: flueatly. He was only talk
ing " Canton English." Translated into the
vernacular it would stand,
" Vou see this gentleman jou must engage
. for tit in a cootie ana a toy people wno onaer.
stand their baslnes", jou-fcnow, not stupid Tel
lows; you will bring tbem to bim, abd then
manage to get him a lodgtag aud furnish It1
To wbom tbe polite comprador, kniter'ntte-
caudaia, replied :
" Hab got. I catchee one piecey coolie,
eatchee o&e, piecey boy. .House pigeod number
' one dearo j no hab gt. Siger Dan hab catchee
The baals of this " Canton English," which
is a toQgu and a literature, for there are dic
tionaries and grammars to elucidate it, con
stats of turning the f" Into the ''I," adding
final'vowelSito every wbrd, and .a constant -us
of ssavey' for "know," 'Uslfce'1 for ''peak,"
"piecey" for "plecV "iiuober one" for "first
class," but (specially, anl above all tbe conti
nental employment of ths wnrd "pigeon."
Pigeon means business in the osost extended
st Dae of the word. "Heaven pifjton hab got"
meats that church service lias commenced;
'-Jos pigeon" means tbat Bhuddist ceremonial;
"Any pigeon Canton?" means "Have any op'sr
atfons taken place at Canton i" "That no ooy
pigeon, tbat Coolie pigeon," is the form cf
your servauv's remonstrance ir yon asK aim to
rill vourbam or take a letter, it alto means
profit, advantage or rpculatton. "Him -Wang
too. much foolo, hto no savey, very good pigeon
hab got,".ws8 the commentary of th .Cnioes
pilot upon tne Fatsbar Creek business.
Until you can no: orly speak Ibis language
fluently, but alas, whi-i is far more diaenlt,
understanding it when spoken rapidlyJn.a low
monotonous voice, all communication with your
servants is impossible.
Tae second moriiing after I hid been install
ed in ray dwelln.g rav new by," Ah Lin, who
sleeps o, a mat outs'de my doors, and whom I
suspect to-live principally upon successful rat
bun' s, for he knocks down about three per diem
with a bamboo pole as tbey run about the room
this Ah Lin, drawing up my musquito cur
tains, presenting me with tbe 6 o'clock cap' of
tea, and staring at me with his little round
eves, gravely remarked, "Missa Smith one
small piecey cow chill hab got." It was a
long time before I comprehended that, it beitg
part of a "boy's" dutv lo inform his raastetbf
the social events of tfie colony, he wished, to
give at to understand tbat Mrs. Smith bad
presented her husband with a daughter.
It matys a bachelor laugh and an exiled ((ra
lly man ilmost cry to hear this grotesque cari
cature f th language of th nursery. J2j
IVEB.r taow. dlaesee, pals, ar allaiBt et tt
itu3iCB,toareia, 'lreTer orfana or respiration, la eoo
tpidatla Witt remedy, Kbits, acta dr-ellr trpon the
Uiloa, la tUa, a&d a3 the rtadti f th twSr, Tret lor
Uta from unrBrlr. sad striae tooe to tie ersasrtaUe
sataaiiB rauuioer,, . w -- r
Tort, and tr all drsfilaU, at 15c, 3c , aod (1 per box
r pit, ajpM-datwlw
Quinine and Arsenic
ARB eslretaaflr utrd la eaas ot ChBCa aad Trrtri so.
alia, la water ar.iT-na!!r Bard la es'sr at tbtrtMBl
hai theeStet U8arlt ani ret Ba so trtr knav of ad
ln,nv wtwr araltr has effected each a CBre far Utlrat
u never to ho required darts- lira. -An.! It la etaa!-
silk attain aad asenic. Thejr wJB aSar th rttaptotBS,
hit nl rare thadlaeeie: cooioeM;tta ae aa en-
awotr aae- aa water f whereat, if th pattest will raaka
,H ot tr-OSABTyS SOCTHXUUttCAM FSVtR aNB
AOOst KSKMT, lh cur f jr CSfls sod Vrrer wtt t
Br his a4rertlaemeat la a not tier part or in la paper.
HOW few people eonalder the Importaaos f prtierr-
los their teeth I and to rasar wobM fir ttftueaads of
daUara could tsir ref ata then after the loaf baa hecaoe
Th month ahoald alwan be taorouth'rclranrnl hour
Sofas to bed, acd after each tnfat, especial!? aller ratios
or drtn aias what Is tweet or a or,alhe art las ef Httrr,
ts conoattlen with th fcrettaaef tbu nanih, act Spco,
BOBSETTS OR!ESTALTOOTH WASH, prepared hy
JWsh Bsroett Co. Beaton la not oalr a pwtfis cc
teitrat and detsterof th teeth, hut STtts TrretaHe
aJtrtazmt properties, art cH recur BpoB th earlei,
tarrtr Bteet .nvttrel7 amtnf dVcar. and tormina"
protectlra aad alnoat laperrlosa caatBix IB the cvrltx.
Venefltlal apoa tb inu,tpln Ittem frrfllj attached
loth teeth, and prerfBtlnr the bteedtr.- sad aoftsesa
which l now-a-daja to eoaiswa. The ORIENTAL
TOOTH WASH U nwreorer ese cl th pleaaasteat mat
dies la the.' wVH ; taarchtar, paageat, aad aromatic. It
impart to ths hreaih a pecauarlr clean aad damhllal
Wa adrla oar readers to try It.
Prepared 7 Joaeph Burnitt H. 09., Bottoo. For tat
hr 3. HASirizxs at Co., aad alt dealers, at 60c aad
tl per act tie aepSl-dalwtw
TUB seperUrltr at lbs Ambrotjpe over thalacser
reotipe la satreraiHr aetaawtedced, aad tier tn thelr
laro ar tataMr eellpanl br thvZOOSOtjRAPH, wMcb la
theretaltof a at eatmtca! proceu dlaeenredbirPn
leeaorBKltMISGTOa, andperteeted after mac labor
Theaept-area are mot clear la Ibelr oatHaea, brtl
Uaat la taae. Hfe-lfto In expreaalou, daraMe, rtcMr-
caiorrd aa eleejaUr flatahod. than aaj aijle af Photgg
iraphlc pValare that It hai aver been oar pteaaar toex.
am to crltieanr.
CLAKC4 OALLERT coaUtea erer7thaa reqaltti
ererr coarenletioe aad faeatHr that cn bo desired or
talaed to execute to tbo matt perfoet macaer any eS!
rarlooa atalea ot pbatoarapble w-t. It wja t
repar a rlilt, anl espoelaUp ao to thoae who dealiw.at
tilt le ptetarra -aaar
IVe can alto asanre the public that Prof. Jteratmrtoii la
la poiaesskra 6f aereral pneearea acd raaterUH In Ma
art. that no ether eslabMshment la thla patLfif ih eosa
try coamafida. Aaa cenaeqw sea. he ti-uvkd to ttre
a teaotr.ttnjih and Hfe t his plctares tiif we aboll-ia
vain took far from other arttita. J
Giro them a ca8 aad Jndrr f ir jcarajjrr a.
CL-ilt'S BABBLE BLOCT,
eepCl Corner Main and KaHoS atreett.
UTKBaLLTDKaae "have the bfcdr.'&The KesrowKh
I to Mortar, who hat ao Imi -presldJtt over the Drns.
Store near the Wartham HaoajTlJ rtenred to Xo. 1-13
yata ttreet, aosta of CBetBwhero hanoVeds are de-
ltrtited to aee hla afmarasoVrBS face.
n S. ITsshea, Dr. T. XcCsfvv, or the polite aad ae-
compHJbed clerla, VeaaraaU. Kj tea anl J.,ha tfrifbt.
w n be pieaied to atlead. Gap waala ot all e!d caato
mert orwalt npoc tbe.Stfc dap or Biabt. Pmcrip-
tKna or Med'ctaes pntBam the m-t rHlaWe manner,
at "tie loaeat cam prl4'" Thla la lhe place where
the rasoas MeGowa'a Dotwaod aad IroaTraic Better,
a Dermaae tear fer'CirTi, rerers, Dptpepa'a, 40.
Stomach BHter,iiatnc Jjf Tar, GoMen Pectoral. SlC,
Slc. are pr-paredlaadtfald.
Dr. T. MCBQ3CS33 oSce la at tht Drss Store, where
he map bo foai
la'adlp tho who detl-o b pref fflosal
POPE & BROTHERS
t Are Bow recoviBC their
FalTana Winter Goods,
COKSISTIKG of alt tbo va-ioea alpiea and faeries knawB
to tleifUahtonaMe world. TeaoeeenBt aad itrfba Kn.
renlujl race, and Baraderr, wbitti are to well silted
tolleSoo.ihetn tai-e, can t-e fosnd In onr ut UlabeaeBt,
ffrom flfleen to one BBBdnd and Sttp daatara. Vt SBks and
at! ether Dm Goada i Lac- Seta and Lves of the fiseat
(taSet J Ctuka, yaatlrs and Gbaaiel Shawla of th raatt
fanUrot deaitat i Ud GVrrn aad Beoterr
Aa w redseed Mr ttaek aa erj low darter, the aam-
-mer. we are maklnf ammcuitiita tor a raact larrer
tleck at fine foods this aea-an than atanp prer'on tirae.
rtiotera wlHSnlltto their tfltereat to exaDtoe our
stock, before parthattesHacahefe, a are hare lBatore a
l' re tot ot Kerf eye, Oatackp TwrSs aad UBeefa, Bias
kes, Itata, Boat aad 3at, for all whkh we deitsn set-
Uaa the raah. apt-dw
A. H. HISE,
WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL DEALER IX
lliiles, iicattaer aud li.u.ngs,
NO. 22 MAIIiT., DP STAIRS,
Orer G. B. Locke's Store.
IIAS now m baad aad w b reetrrat weektr, j th
SiempaU SBdU Lasla packeto, dirert mra th raanof as-
trera, rrTij- aeamprioo ar lkathek as Lirtuius,
whieb wm he toad, wholeitie and retail, at the 81. Loala
HIDES I HIDES I HIDESl
I want riTR ITOSDRED TIIOBSAND DRT and
GREXtr HIDlS.lor whlcS I will par Ike Mjheat price t
in OAS a. Try me.
Furs and Peltries.
t am pii tax at aH Uraea the hi heat eaah prfeea tor
Fare. Deer and Sheep Skine. Dealer! weaK da weH to
call and iie-m, at Kt iUtit street. Bp- eta ira, before
a licit -ia wb"re. tepl daw6m
PL1MERS 1XD MERllLLVK
Tliltlntr Vemotto far
FALL & WINTE SUPPLTXS,
jl good stock or goods,
AT J. L. TAYLOR'S,
Ktar the ITeriham Hoasti
i t Lrta than BtBtalPricea far CASH, or approved Cttj
rj fall and ex amine the Ooodi and PTieaa.
aetaa-dawgm J. U TAYLOR.
fEdmondson. & Armstrong,
tnaleate aad ReaB Dealets In
HIDES', OIL JaVD LEATHER,
KO. alt MAIS STRDKT,
Opposite Court Square Sign ot tbs
G- oldon Stirru ra.
KKBPeenataat'y oa hasd a mR ateortoatBt ot ai tlaSi I In
their line, eemltttol la patt of rrrneh aad AartaB
Calf Sktaa Una lock aad Oak-TaaaM Soto leateer.
SklrtiEge. narsraa. Bridle, Wax aad Kip ITpper Leather,
Xnameted and Pan at Jjeattier af aH kU; Pad. Her,
Chamsta, Deer, LlBlar acd Toppiat Sktaa Ale, a f aB
a-aortmeat of 'addlera'. Sboemakera' and Tanser
Toola, a;s. Saddleir Hardware and TJaraeaa Voaattoss
ot eTery variety to which we mpecUnHr laUe
tht attention eX persou bayiec in oat Ua.
ansSO-ly , .
Saddles, Harness, nridles, &c.
WB are cow Jeat reoelTlaa a fieah and.wtH.eited
ttock af roodt la thla tloe, toch at
BRIDLR FILLINGS, D0R3E C0T1813,
SADDLE BAQ3, ETC , ETC., ETO..
or evert VAaiirrr.
Alt of which we v31 K at the very loaeatmaiket rates.
aajiO-lr Situ of th GaKeo Stlrrap.
Bands! Bands.! Bands!
TTE keep einit tally en hanl a full aaiortmecfet toth
ataehlne-Strrtehed Leather and G am-Baa tie
GIN AND MILL BANDS,
of an tttea, from two to itxteea laehea la width, aad aa
wearethoAfrBK o' the maanfaelerera, can aeB tbem
as low at they fan he found tn the market, and cnarantee
them to be of the beat quality made.
Ko. in If ata atrert,
anirM-lj Jign et the Gotd Stirrup,
Hides! Hides! Hides!
WE are prepared at ate time to pay th HIGHEST.
MABKKT PRICE?, la CASH, far
DBY HIDES, SHEEP AN-D DEER SKINS.
Shlpmenis tollcltedto whieb we promlie twr prompt
asd special attention
EDJfOXDSOX k. ARJlfeTRQXO.
ans30-tr Slra cf the golf ea Silrrap.
ITIiite TcetU Perfumed Breatli
and Beautiful Complexion,
CAN beacoBtrrd-by Sain th Sals or A Tboc-
sakd Ploweks " What laJy er rmtlemaa waaM re.
mala cider the can Of a dlsarreeaMe breath, when, by
catnz the " BALJI'Or A TnobfASD FloariBa aa
dentruce, world not only render tt aweet. tml tee the
. .t v i. 4 w.n Mmiu da not know.
their breath la bad, and the inbject it e deltcito, the
Mends wrS nerrr rneatloa it-, Bewar of eaanlerf etti.
Be anr each bottle la tfeaed,
FXTRirOS . CQ-i Kew Tort.
I Tr Far aate by tD Draiatttta. epl7-d-cdly
A Word to tho Afflicted.
TIIlS "KERVOtTS TOJHO" U now recarded by aa
acientlSc men' to be toperior to any preparatlaa t r be-
fjre presented to OerlaT hornaBlly. aa by Ua oriTObo--
raitat tnfleenee oa the tystem, too toacepHwmy w oit
eaeo la iauened. AnJ to thoae predlapoaed to repeated
attacks 'ef CblRr, Fercr nd Asa frr any kind cf lrr,
.thla rrm-dy tlureld, by B meaaa, refased. Andtothoeo
reaidlaz ia miasaatj dU"rleJ. whers dlaeaica of Ula
tnarader are always laeUent to tha etinuto, ihty Ihoakt
Cholera, Diarrhea, Bloody Flux
TITERS la BOeat thai prvatratot hamaa being t ta
aa abort a tltneyabd laat readara th ayttt v to aacoc
tcanacf the rraellH wis applied, as thetej and It
therefore, behooresaBiMr onawho vilietheizllrea dearer
thaaaaylhl tlae, to remember last "delays are danger
one " Aa toon as joa feel tha alig hfett aymptem et Diar
rtiea, oil for a Uttle et SUdgt'i Cholera or Dierrht
Syrup, on does of whxh. If f alert In time, will relieve
yea Bmeaber, this la Eoenaatatly derlse-1 hamtrar
aa we hire Ua evidence t to prcreAhe fact. All we aik
la, a trial.
For Colds, Coughs, Asthma. Bron
chitis. Consumption, &c.
UaoDr sLBOOEd EOABH0UN tl PErTORaL AH of
the ahoTo are for aale at all tie Dm 9orea, and spaa
enquiry nay bo favsd la all the towt-a aid Tir.aart.
J V.. SltDCtkCO,
soleProprletoro Jfrmphlt, Teaa.,
To wham a 17 erdars raat b addrrt aad ItH
St TWSCltUZO Uxn SUr Caadlaa for tate, by
?LOCK0T, COOPER tt LSAZS
Til Falentf ot HcV"b'a Labar-Sarlsx Cotton
Fits dealrea a emptor taedi far its Qumftrtn-e,
at hla Vtu Ficlary, emtrr at Jattaaafl-aliBatlSc Third
aX- v. Carl at bla aBce, 157 Xain atteetBK'et2-3:
To our Patronsl
j cteoi snpair ar water at lb r,
the llrer, we ar eompetlea to !elU rrunTrpttntllrr
taiHraoHoa aaoiaer aeaaon.
ottS 1 W. J T.1
TCBXXCH and Aiurirtean SNOWI1
1 deed this dar aad tor a!lf-;J'
oat xrsxa jo.vxs.
For Male Low
-J Kn BiBSKLS Solih'a cehHratedPUlaSurja. Me,
aaa fiaraaieea sow
n a. POTTER Hala atrcel.
Thirl d or Berth ef eVrhatn Bosae.
Pioneer Hook and Ladder Co. THo. 1
v Ladder Cooipuj- Xi. I wftflnv
Botftathat horrarter th alialijfbr
tb aaterabJlnx t the rsrtateraanHI
ho two atror.es of No 3'a brSflRr nter.
ociI-Tw KMC P lp ET. Vcmarr
To Builders, Contractors, and
Dealer it? Lumber.
WZ ara row pr pArtd.Cf faro)fh ard S'J art ocdera
a-nt to w. wltS their cf T2LLOW F1SK LCJt
BXB, at 'rralawrst cub print
accuTo a. ROBts'snx,
eciXn Birrtm'K T.bsiloeo . Ml
TO arH Bteet P!l Rc.-l, Meladisza OrMra
Irani, i f too Iecianon of lBSwdeBe. with
tMt .essih pot tra i Uialr t h alaBTa rrooa a pahtiaz
I J. TraaA). ySjlatrfeiej prepaid br mall J Two
at-, da., $S, PoraArUrB'ara of aicr r aosies.
4d, D H. MBLFORD.
octl-dawlaraaapB' jjj Br adw,y, Xew Tart.
TUB 'Bee Primary Shla f tha il laea Tanorv and
a-e La.wr Ulep on JI-,VDT HUT, at the
Medaeal Codese on Beara(t Th pipua of Mr. Sana-o-
rs wi'i oceopf, at. thjasi eiaw tho Kbrol room or
Klaa Walah B Caaaerftreet, tetveen Beat aod Uarieal
d hh-t of Jfiyrabh arfli he trao.ferred to Air.
Bi)a' !aWlr, offitrDaiii, ttreet Br Vendar a mo e
llMtahU ream wKffinrlublT he atXalsed far Kr. Var
ara ntwIUfci of the ama:emBt uaj tw
osadnrd tesporsTT. L pejPK
ocrz-lt y SapeiaBtendeBt.
cm n & .
TO OUR ICE CUSTOMERS.
0WIJf8 Uatjvjyr.p.eert- 4 -mawl far loa thi aea
ara welhave aofd oot ar imtaeoae a.af& ar tMnv.
afz hMdard'aVoaaand n.ada. and an addlUona assniv
vt twoTbjud tsooaaad oMalaed fr St. Lrti ut
wm Bare to era re ibe tndatcenee a' ear
to bare aloud aa wefT b na dar at the teaaoa,
" iMnarn. v r are &aei cX9ctmr
' Bt ar tka Srtt bat. when iaw'l ms
. narv cccn orariMK' a
DUVAL. ALGIO ta CO.
ILBISte l. t. TATLOB.
Bit anderttmcd are rx-nta far tcveTtl No. 1 Compa
BVt. am are presand to taunn n.iui. Urrrfc.n-
dne. Ban. Karleeand Ife, at the (ow-at ratea taken ia
ny u uwpaatoa An letee prospalr sdjaated.
rniK am aa a can
wiixixsojr. TATtoa . co
Ho. 5 Oasrt alrrH,
etS-tj Between Mate and Froat Raw
FORD, BECrBI'E & CO.
(It thoM ttaad of X J. B. I. Wt,)
glCV OF THE BIG COLLAR,
331 HA1S STZ.zT, UCPHIS, TSSS
MASCPACTBRF.R3, whalaaafeaadvelall deal- fe
et, ta Sadd oa, B-a Harseae, rXUra,
Waaao, Trarke, Ac . au; Kktrtisc. Baraeaa, BE
Brtfir, Gto Ba d and Ie Lem-her Der SkhM
ne aaddMee' and UamtaaiL.tera' Xatartala, tefeiher
ih an ai tiete to .or its.
Also, Mai t oa hand a lane aaamrnt 4 Toteaalred
IndU Rather, and Leather Sa and Mill Bande.af the
KHtquHtr. Sole ateala forth Weat tCtKt4ele
braiol raacktat-atrobhtd Leather Baada
Baviac praethul knawfeesa or oor hoafBeta, we hope
to snac aia warn eboj zaror Ba wiui laeir pairo a.e.
PWte aire as a can. FOED. BMS1E av 00.
WILL refS TVS BEST AETtOUS OF
Cotton Sample Iapcr.
COrrOX Aaawnt Sale Papor, Plato,
Otun Aaeawt Sara ?ar. Prtnwt Ea4l,
rh- ki.oa fl) ta Biati. -Drain
14 M U or Cihahsr,
Bttta -t Ladtus, Oofst t Kaaer. a.c.
L13ID, TOXiXG fc-CO.'S,
o-.U I Main ttreet.
RASTAWAr. atoot tbe :la of Aocaet LUCr, -a
vaaaaw woaaa.atnat batH. aaoot toentf. f
art eara oM, w. ixka ah at cr- hsnOr d and aanr jC
?, has Urer Mack eje. apeak toed, and tea -
a near oe oae af her ama. ahuat ik H ahap-d U
t e . ttT L. Se waa h.atht t IX art trie, scar Gre
aala, Ufas.. aad la appad to harereterawd ia that
arac--Mi. toc tfeo raltraad ti ask 1 wHl paf a rea-ea-hre
re ed liir aprrheaei aid MItmt to bm or
tor m(. r taaa of ar. at tar r-el eeea one mire aoaQi
of Fort PKktetoir, on the raairoa.
ee-t- F S. LATH AX.
Cviintry Residence for a e,
A u umi, ob ta, KiafBta aa Date
a jl ureal e a Bute from almntie.
a -own a the FBrtBaon piae; fartj-'h-eo
acrnw lasa, ten Baeeo acre a waaek laaet
wHh a ttte eVctlon of f rit trrri Improrem-nta ar
paod. and the pt- la watered tots. h a w-H aod a neret.
aaattoz aprtoc. TrtenadefamedtBrakasedaaldnraoertT
tor a f itebd. wa wrfua nun hat he eaasat remore to It,
ani tte efare tostraeta Mm to aet H. aad that, too. for
- oe iitwh rooney, wnt n wen a not oovtr th csit of
the IswoTemrBU. tVm tooa. erjoa may lte a har
Kals. For inrther parttcalart, atprr to th n-Jerslzned
at a.M D-Bt. G X. BASTLhTT.
j I" F03BWARK aay pe Mt trom uadtns for three pro-
raaeia rMsstr. Vl-a . far 1 1 0 eaeh. aa aaa note ara la
haada of Robert C Btaa. orear4oaatywhoreBire
to tin thr to my axeala. I alao f or ar asr perron
faaea of BW Mid fauoty. The akenta of tha laOread ran
ibs from Memphra to aH reaaiy bceirhs the lame
raiwd aa aatd farm OJ deliver the tame to my mer
eJiesto esansto to Merapi,u. 5uea Impeaed himseit
oa the pBeaee aa my axen .
oetl-lm JAUZSn oTSON
BT lrt4eof lwaf .. Faa ieaa d ytrl Clerk of the
OiDBaaa Law.aad CliaDoy & art, law ajto, oi'y of
Mrmpbia, ami to r Directed, one ra ranr af tha Xtm
"ht and Ohio Railroad Oratanr va J. O. at A W.
B ' thwetawr la taw of vlaa. Jah-oa and I. J. Mac
ppyra in.nX.yr Drewasd Carta X ITaapp.I will,
a VOKDVT the Sth day of Ottotor , 187. I front
t tbeOowt-HeBardiMr la tka city of M Baila,Teui ,
1 tor cat to tha hlgh'.l bid Jtr. 1 1- Maawisr deecrtbed
Laeat Katale. to-wtt ; Part f lxl Na. SIB. earner ef
(fain and Pmtar rteerla, e tr of Jlewphta. Taaa . 43 feet
feast on Mat at 1 by It fret oo raear atrret, aa he
property ot J. O. it A. W.-Srrw. S ! to retcal hoars.
J B FRLT.-i Sao iff
Be Geo. RPowel, JVpe'y Scriff, Soatoy eattty.
TTTBaie jMtarataitotaf a San aa or Tatcanised
V (Jam Bt.sitc Bind.. laa4plj aBwidtaafor Git
and H tl parpxe.
ALSO Horn Paekrsz.
vt-ooHttd i. rates.
.louse and ot for S:lc.
WILL at a l-w prtoi, it rtaaa 4tate ap
ptkalbw t rsWdr. th aaad Srk.lt K- Auer.
wo tke tot feterttoi t,lM Jack -a .ret.
avar tho Ottr Hotel. Poaee aion (area forth- J
with. Fee teraae, tec, apply to J II. lto'haak.
oeu-st b. DAVssroar
' IVKar aataor ad to aaaace JAHES E. FELTS aa
eaaaaaiilt far re terrjoa to to aeB:e af 8ort3, at, the
tg atwr Mara eVel a octl
NO. 8S front row,
I WILL BBT OR SELL Give at a chanae.
10,000 Acres Arkansas
FOR SALE- ON LIBERAL TERMS.
A CHANCE FOR A SPBCBLATIOX
rpttATwrUpaaoBaBdadradperceat with to. 12
A. monint. Thee Laaaa lay IB criUeBdtB,
aliaala tpplaad PaiBtett eoscliea, aaa were ae-
leeted at anearyday. and arse twice lenrfaa. For .
a bar ata. apply to xeNTJOUKRT V TATk.
oetl-arlt Hall oa t , Jtemptm.
IIAAC M. ITItLC.r. T. toaOA!t..-V5f. D STEELE.
CeelaztnTian Hemafclt. Trna. 3(eiphl3. Ttna.
STEELE. 3IORG'a:V &, STEELE,
A.pM,Ten ,wartpra ttco in rho Canrtt ot aeetTen-
aaaaee OTce -nJIalu .L. 'nlVaikeT'a Black: No It
g r Spetalatteatra pahl to tbe coeiectkn of Ctatma.
RETXKZ-tcES Hoj Katbaa Ore. a. He Ab. Carstb
ers. Leaaoa, Teaa f Qor A JehBMti, Hjn. Neill 3.
Brawn, Boa.'F' C ZitiKe-r Gea J. L T Sna d tier
t O. narrti, Xaahal tr, Tm Hen Iaaao B tvaJiama,
Hen. J D. C. Atkina, Part- Tn.. 3 n Uad, Xtq.
GaHatln, Teaa.i "W II. SepbeBa. ifeaera. V. St II.
Bream. T. P Scorl-ct, E)., Jackeoa. Tnn It. H.
Sill. Etq., Trtotoa, Tnn t Kera. T. G. Wm.-M
Smith BrewTutrHe, Teas ; Hotu 3. -U. Uamphreya,
Jteeeit J. w faj A rjarraa. Somenrri,Tea. 3(tar
iaa -c eeerry, Meaate day St ainetalr, Col. IT Par
tee. Rttiea Te-ia ; tr. G. Wnttao'Be, Ksq-. Cetnmbia,
Teaa in. Bat. Ee , Dr. Wo,. H. HiH, K. B Wlae
man., OoajBtton. Tina tcll-ly
. Shelby fonnty Farm for Sale.
r OFFER f r aaK upon sued Irraa. a tract or
land neat tho. Kaon road, are mJb-a eaato
amtrrom JUIriiX Theieaw unUiaaatOacrta.
at whl a Ud acre ar cVjtrad. The mideBce
kaafleo roriraa. kiwbrn aad avcraaia' roemt. well,
hie. &. There are tram four to Sre haadnd paach
tn aBste tree, anaso tlttoa. Suu. on 'bo eaaie place.
tene taad ta rood, and wall heated iaaiceodbeixhborhftod.
Three h Trad fed acres adjatnlni th above, ISO acre
cleared, cood rraroe yealdence-. frail, Ac , all la xood
onier, wit oe so-vufeiaer or a paraany
a. B. LOCCE.
aep53-lw. " ' ABCt'cn- and R-'al KtUte Beaker.
AEW PIANO STORE.
THE. STODART PIANOS.
- P. FLAVIO
ft-VSf th ptraaire to anaeence to hla Wnda aad the
pottle generally, that he hat been appelated by- Xeair
Stottrt A. Jforr a. ot XewTjri, Atent for the aalScf
STODARP PIAS03. . jtf T '.
ITe la asw occelns at their ttsre oa'Adams ttrejg few
doors below U Woraham Dona, largti VtocS "which
whleh wm be eold at A'cbt Tort pricct.
Fever and. Ague.
FORKiJOiT aaA3E. the T.rioua rnreCV-a f jr this dll-
earo atacdv D' SHALLEXSEBOEa.'. ANTItOTC A
few date aaHcare 3 ordiaarycaae., sad oncaTote tnra-
tiahly ttapaUechtlla. ItcoBtaUttiotbiBZ lntblestt
detrce hortfal tofAeryifrn wiieraay drcantianeet.
aad ntT-r prodacet the rnateajantiuVctf that attend the
ate f Quinine a' d otheraarnta In EraeTal see. It ceres
erery form tt dleeatr, aral ts ta O'ttiaxl and only Jn -
tidatt fjr ilclaria.
Aak for Dr ShalteabJrjer'a Fever and Atsa AntMole, j
and be tare ysn ( t pO . So'd by reaped able Drnntats
ereryahere. Prteejieo Soto Proprietors. A. T. SltAL-
LCVZEBQEB ft Co.. Rochester, Pa.
entrS-Sia Xmpklgf. Temuv;
Uauaway ov I5c
OK SCTSDAT, th STta tasl., aes
year or ts:. named MARSHAL
-arUhtty. actire and qoltk epokea. Ha
tirceer hlaiaappearaace pair of b:
naotaand a whit cotton apren.
a at the' V
Arm ra reward wnib talt fTrhUa
Ih- na 'eralzned. EDWARD PlOtct,
etitttr Pott rrect atock
FOR STATE COMPTRCaivedlhi j
WR are aatbo lied to anaonie Col. S"1 sm !
Till ot J ckton, a onilia for SUt Vsr3
.ora tha casslsf sesilaa tt th LHUt' 1
I " .'i'
MONEY MATTERS IMPROVING.
ROBTS wm l on hapd RATUKaAT.'tlD sa mat . at
tl o'clock, aad wm amaie the aattrea a Htat what,
asd wo will rnalto them era ire.
KoMq 1 a chotta wagsnr, t Blr-thre veara aM.
Loekeharp. Jf. C. CATCK St 80S,
Cheering Prospects 1
ABUXDAXT CHOPS COTTOM ROLUXO IS XTXXT
MOKEY MATTERS IMPROVING RAP
IDLY. FITTX POCS aire ot chMi ittSnrtan Weod-bad,
three rmw lenheaat th atty, sear Dr. Jaai.
Tooas'a noted farm, an wetf etted for cnlllratuii; wlfrt '
ciarrr aooJ itea for nttieacn, aB ash-dlTided to o iwo
and tor acre leu. to latt tha kicd naHaea. natr thiakv
a ahtpteaasrra! Ootaf taocur awir f ram aaua. fr
from tax and do t wtiljstTeaao mr ,jt. j, v, ,kl ' ,
oaWEDXISDaT.Octab-r It. at 1 0 v'slocr, a Iheaoath
weat coraee ;'Oort gqtare; we hp, klsd readErTu
meat joo, there. Bemrstber, thla w,B b a tckjhaace
to a-nr- a boa", or real miner. a aach lam mo,t asd "t
wRl adraee. Can at car a tort aad ejaralee tbo Jtafai' '
tbes.ws,drdostat4ahawTegthakta. 1 '
Tshmb o.wHe earj One-foo-th caah. or slee1r!-davst
sesutlaMepaperi halaore In S. K aad 19 mentis wBhtk ,1
x c catoe a. snr.
AactUeeera aod Beat X.tat Baakera,
A-VK- t0SBSBAT.0ejher7, i87, 1 waft aeal on Ibv
j Erere. at. aociian. THIRTKxv irn. aatskrur
loaofM Bsppert't three aero trael. Theleta fBa
Bate arraaa awt B9 rt vr-. and Hs eaat ar aaiUc
JulBtBC tba Jaw BarUI nrasBd lmfflMutaii af ir "itHL
I wdl aeit 8XTBNTZKK LOTS, a Dart tl Mra. BafcrVa
S-tract. Lot No I rruaaa an ih 6erBuaaawa Plaahawd
laocauacwiToaioB nrr ner ares bo. Lot K la lm-
proTo., and Ilea ImsMdiat'lj weat l Ih mWeBeoat 3.
u. umt. aaa aoau or IS- mtteier af oaa. Caroea.
TbM Ion are dealraM Mr cas-. Uj reiaBcs.
TrxMa Ose-thtrd caas, balasoa ta .' aad two rears.
O. B LOOIE,
e-530 Ida Auctioneer aa I Seal saUtoBaaaT
JE at EI. ICY. ,
CLOCKS, and . -
FAXCY GOODS',,; "I
Every Niglit, 7'
Goairri-cixs thisdat: kvenisg. szpri'i.
ETZST arUete wamated as reamrcied r Tflanrj' rt- J
inaded MOB. J. HABSts.
aa u. 0. Loeaa-a najea om, 3K ataaB-aijj '
SA OP TOW7S LiOTS- 1
GRAND JUNCTION, TENN.,
The rroij of th Memphis and Chartetto
and the Hiuittxppi Central and Mutii-
eipfi axd Tnuetiee RaUroadt, ' -
ABOt T Ftnt HUN DRtO um the la t aCSf aad,
JaveNM, uzatiWT wHB a lyfcadtd FHTTKi- asdrasa!
-beat kated for hwistaa la the oaeatrr, wtV a aoMiat
paoBO aBcaroaa, em t&e
29th day of October next. - -
Prlte tate wJt he made hr SB BadaiilrBod afafaa.
dar of ea)e.
Train One-tMrl eaih, talino tn aee a tirwjean,
with btrreat JOHAE BtftIwB.
, isoaAHAx.. ...... .......
..w. a. i-zia..
Wood and Willow Warejl
voons, Uruslics, Mats, -
FRENCH k. GERMAN' FANCY BASKEfEJi
WATER COOLERS AND FILTERS'
PAINTED TOILET SETTS,
H0TJ3E FtnaHTSHINQ AHTICEES,
XO. KOSBOE SBBT, . ""v . ? '
Harris, Wormeley & Co,.
So. S Front Itoiv,
OFFERS AT WHOLESA LVE's
INDIA and Er Baai: BrasxHea. eaiailn to ta
Haad and Math ine Rope; rMtaaWtiOi
Baoaa, Ftoar and Lard l Rye. Bares'aad Xaaoa-
Soap, Caad ea aad Starch ; rrhUi oaaeeaoa torery
Seaar.C. ffee and wiaa; Oawaaat otfi
LiBeeed, Sperm, Taaeer'f . Waaea P.rt, Saetfy. Jfa
Latretaitof aad Ottre do,ra, Ifatoaa. Cataea
Oila; pasae -adCaaeetl
Vanttta Rao! Jaaweaa St. at.tz aad X.
Reel RmoaN.Ba; O. Ran; . . ,
Saaffa and Cteara; Amertaaa a4 lisat i Wiwl ' -
Ohewtoa and Smeklsr To- Wot't VBrtoi m SM p i
Wondea aad Gtaaa Ware ; Peaehea, FrethwaredtotUta;
Pert, etoter, Sple. Soda; ae FraH. P ekies? ea.
Almond., Peeaoe Fl tr-rta; Sareiawe, Teat, Siacra, V"
Wahiats abd Braid Xafa t Kefehopa, etc , eiu
Draa't Deiter" and GaaBrtoaiy; ' a
TMMher wtes a icneral t oek of STAPLE AND FAJf
OT GROCERIES, whleh we off r at raroraMe ratea fara -'
Caah. and to oar Cotton aatraert a the aBB-ahterata
Afescy .ortbeaalaof theBaaloOto Staadat .
- SearBaa'a. 3 haehea talKhv'f
iacbea wfcfe. niRRaS. WORinstST 3t traV T '
SWELZJNOwuh fire roo aad katoken,
B;ly aad threiHy paiatad, paper. a
ahd repaired attaatcd bt two misteaF walk ot
baataete. Apvty to
B. B. WADDBfiL,'-mtT-lw
THE nadettiKned reapeetrtatv aanoeace to tae errs
sena f ateaapMa and arrBBtoE eoaairrtfeaUto
la prepared todraw ptaaa a-ad apeeifieato a of baiBia,
ef ryararaaao. et!ae the t aad aaperiBtead
the erection af an oharaetar ot kaeXaBaV df awvaatraeU
tKtwtfo tat pa rtiea, fa. ,
, De wilt alea ariead to the araaaareavaat of btvtk.wer.t,.'
ptatrtnr, exeaaaHona or eoabaotaaeata. A.C., to the
Ban'rc(aBdoaairaeta ot b Ut". tarTeyeaf tf Nu
la any part of Hf ri-y or adMaio caeatry
J3 OtSae ia Bank Alley, orer the ot&ce tt Jaaee Ha,
aooaaor Maditoa ttreet. W CtttKT!.
aepiT-Otrt Arehtt-et and Clot Itoctoeer. -
Pianos, Melodeons, pTirniture
I HATE jaat rrtnrned ,
with a orcd brallb, r. re I
tte Nartb, where I Ban
taken math eaiea la
lectlnea aopertor aa-.rtm.Bt of Pianat FraK t. 9ar-
peta. Cor t air Onoda, Skene. Ac . which I ara aw xr
ceiTicgaadoSeriBitoa'l who peaie to faTor ate wrta
their patron (a My earucat with I to taaaaah good ar
tleleaatreauoaheprtee IhaeeenmiredPrrteeorC P WIKXLER, who sa5
attend to aH ardert far tonaK and tecaarra leeerameatst
and wait on tbeae wkw faror ra wMh a eaaa.
AUktodtaf SI attnaaea na to arer.
H. V. GttOSVEXtHt,
aepH-tai ssailaia teteett,
Laud for Sale. . .
rr ACRES of aaaaaT.d lasdaaiotBtof thoraa- ae.
I Iota Q. O Atki'oa, oa iSo Get ataatoara. tod
Raad. one mate rrom tee any A earfatn can ae bxi .
calm on ttl- aaoocrtter at an amce a a nViy eet
XreapbawTeaa. J a
eepes-let Real Ele Bfoker.
ALL vrrsaa hartat boatoet wtta the CRT Tlxftf
XEERthoaMcaNat th- efljee or th Battfcaed
between to hoar of 7 and S.M A aad taaes I t
ISO r sr. KDlf. tr Kims.
tee5.lm Cray Kaatnren
E. T. REDMAN,
A C E N T j
FOR THE NEW ORLEANS AND CAIRO.
RiverMail Packet Company
GENERAL FREIGHT AGENT,
No. 51 J FRONT ROW",
Kit door aboTO W. B. Bleame ft Cav's adsee.
Ola cliine SIi op .
ACaMJ STREET, KBAR 1HK.BATOB.
MAXtTFACrURERf StaltonaT Eoaln-a Saw' If aaa,
Oaa ted Gat'on Faatory Machlaery F ree- aad Ian
Poaipace all ktoda aad aixea eiieaUar Saw EWa, wsta
oeortwoSas Oaat and arronahi I'aa Uaator,
conyRaHtBE. Hrao FrooH. Window Otpa aadSf' aBd.
Dor SU a ot rartona pattrret ; Baak Taaeto. Ac. war
Wheela for sou aaer. tretae.' aad r are) eara; aat 1
cf KallroMl w rk dsee Slravboatrrpaletoaai
r aB kiaa vromBWr attesded to. 8 atioaery
aad a lannareoantof other wttk keptCoKtaaaoh; aah
TX7K are Jaat In r apt of a fad aad oaaaBteto-ateefjat
W meat of toperlar-aioit!l frora tw oraWated'
maenfaelBrert, WADE A BaTtrBEB,-fSa,Easaaadt
of Ihefottowias pa'terne.-ila:
HfLTOW GttOOND, VGSrrifeSJK,
CONCAVE, TaLLT HO,
DtAJfOrTD EDGE. ARaT and
BATTLERI. BARBXFS' RJWR..
ilu. e-rery Tarlety of Edre T.olt aaaa'actatett by W
Sc f Rateher aad Ppear St Jack-oa- xwket. FBwr,
atortm Tarnlns and PalpBtCblaria: Baad. Txsri. Rlp
plaic. Tenoa and Groat (tot !aaa t Plan Brto, doable aad
Hade; Foot Ad-a ; tostther with oreiy alemrtpaara;
Toola aa d by at chaoica, all of Try tea aaaBf y.
eeplT-lw StcraVB ta ekW1,
iVF.W I? AO. f.t!IHBS!
Id II JL'UI WVVHUi
PlllliIPS & W HITE,
OA'HI DEALERS 1!T
sTAPia? axtd PAirar-
QTirc SALES AXD SMALL PROFITS IS tfBR MOTTO.
TTTE tntte th attention of the peent ot town. and
V V caantrr. to oar laree atorh of 7 ALL AXD WIV-
TRR GOODS, which we are ofier-nr at prie-a, we Htak.
that cannot fall to te appreciated trpn-davSat
sub: dress goods
f TtJR D'ese Suae are here con IiiIbeox
f KJ BRIDAL ROBaa-d CREialS;
ROM'Q,ILLje- SIDE SI
BTAUERR R0BR5 a d 2
- m fancy (
XOTKS ASTIQC"! 311 Jala Solid CO
TANaraiLKS. to ir-at-rar etri
BLABS SI LIS? aoaia i
All cf which, it wilt aKrd at
Adam atreet. twa dodmtt d.
olle rharch. ths DwclllBt, rfaev.
1 u a SrtcV Eltthen. SUbte Tvfr-a
j food dtttrnt. PiMaetaio? ieaslaiPWateTk 4 rate a I
FOWLXESi JIOTNT sZOrt
TTTE tak the natran ALL THE FEE B&TKS et
V V TeaneaiesATFASferGoed . at onrretarprtreB.
SPEED & STSalflSE'
t mirO GOOD WAITSH3 Apply at th TOarttRoat)
i A Ho'el Colored prntyred- tegS-aitt
AstlcuUural Faitr .T"
rrtnS SOOiHS at the Sronadsot the Airieatan
rGrosxda. at 10 tfel-eE. oa 3 ATORBATnei
J. at asetloa. to tb hUticit asd beat Mealeaj,?
data of use esiuesajr.
a t toj7 sir