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THE" it V BY MT-i-AWATTAN, TROpSDALE & DILL. P IBIJQHED D AU.T. TBI-WBKXLT AMJ""' " . un....uii r TO HIIiA! TMOIBltfj eEKJAKBI T. Dtti. raM aaa Lrrrsau or bt-jjab ntllil BE &DBSMXt PsTck o SrTBSMJRIPTieK at e SM 1 64 jats.tt. . otir -te"e4d9,t3" isir-atX-yeanr la iTI; w .4, .a rigidly rjrefocesoearterm wl anient " ;." iis-i eaeleeerUoa..,.,! 1- pee cssac, raaewaaia er. II ? . " -wtee a week, Be as - Axrlcw?4. TVMlInd 1 B kept v sSABsbb At arv EACH BAT. ad 00 tail wr, iiTanaeeverrtated ret-. -"- mOMBWtMCluk. eraptiyW, o. aetla - Yterly rtnrthilttl" eeee ' ; pao Tr contract, lad wfea UJM TTH w re . w ate. T the adi wMect a rtec f . ' 1 - Toreen wtE rtre! ertr, it recatir r. -r , ,, Waat, Beat, Heater!, Gonrtawihlr. Kc t 1 Oocikrnott.. &c. J. - rrUJmJ to ln.irt-il e Wwtlr rj-r yTtriii witi. . ji-i Tacl TniMtrrl JiiiiWaifU Till W tpqutMAMtx. ronciaaJSi se mix WALTER rOL,EK A X , A IToSWSr AT LAW, H St 1UK, tie tomr orer jass BAixric. ............. -.--.-seicc s sxureir. k rfOKKBTS AT L1"W aad r.-x tor. K f Vf fair. Tww e 9fJCXA Utta 'ji aw Utltit MTMCMxajaa at Lai nve. psoiijrorir trm SR. T. A. MTJiXS, o rrtCX re Htnr liiJi. earao- Mala tu' u!u itnU wtrwa on XafilM. txa it H. H. i II. I BESF8KD, At tornoys . t Xji . -w-w t KBefPSIS, T8KXC S OYTtO mml af Ooirt ;ret. am mitt Kcta,m cUin, wiil prtcl-e is ii ihrCvartoar HaaaajtV t. BmaB Clrcvll ant tbe tape tec tat Peaerkt Oaarlaat 7ck. Prampi s lawMagtmtc ( cum la wi Taar-m S3 XOTli) taiSdawas Brs. Brock & Spiegel a ATI iascHlwi tteBKl"! tr tfce nrf P"c tteac vuitc mt ta a CBBOMIO 4t-tn. Ve ntK ml tk itUaOas l l-rll . la te- anarrmi cBxnkiR. il ut Bakiu la MoaaUe, aawai vatee will ke SaaaJ Oaagen. p m-Tmx'T csrr4 ttba laeaM at tuvrrtc or ruin:, (m Sorec. Sentsta, TM.gvalanaJtw DraoKf H'rd, BJxEic.Un:, Pi i lajll. Uwr. Ls(-. E-. no rrrrr T.rte-T mt t amMtrtt WBb raetts'K dr. d. . aaiiCE Sa aeratat anrt; tine ui 1 n in eannrtiar .l ta fUaiW. SMdlral exrrKs al BteU taat rahM vslktaaNarthaadawala a-TA-ri-ac Isal.De. Savlaslag M?ASWAaf tktTadiv -t M-bOf , tod tae Malar at i-t..af . & ianK, at Saraaaya. wttt ta HiialH.I Saal rmrlfis. K ir are iBaaaaad HaUa laainaaU, Batka, Hetf aa Berat. Taate lr.a : ' ami IKwIm at ta awvtaes at Br Brack, ate Wlirai-'i taat al rtr la VeseW. vffll Baax uaaaBta wtta a SCoaera ZfBtt, ex- 13 OOa. eararr o! am T7al-a Xtfete at. X. ESTES, ATTOKKStr AT t AW, X-Bata, Traat ee 03ee ta Hew aaak -BH r, nra r at Staetaaa avd Mats i Muhan una, iuvji 8R- JOES & 3IiSinLK H AVB Kim iiiJ to y. 1 wrtt atdeaf Htn ette4 am tae aathac tixnilj aceaal'd aa .fjee ar Br. 1K- R. T. WEBB, 0 I aaa orufnilwi.l nrvtcem ta ue ctUaaea : uaaoads aid vMattr. (met aa ara etmi is Oi.ia aaPitlia. V tm I'alaa aaa Sarx tttr r-aa. ft ft. A. W. rTXIGST, rTtMSOBa'ArBN irrSlCtAli- Oalre la'StrircTt A Jtl FmJrt -BtlBC. Sfata street, il v Cnlos Xe riSkaas Krj. C h. Stanu, Banal tialcwiladiaon ilmt a Siaaswa MreM. over tfca J KrvrBaak. TTTH. 8. NU, aad Saatth p. BanUaaa, aertns VY Sana a saMnniaSa, win kenans jrctstoe law tocaakar ta O est, of yeankls aorl-lr SASLT3 SCelT. V. T. BIXCS trcaT-r k mxon I nOSSSTSi AT LAW AJ)B aOLICtVOftf IK OHAX X OBBr.Kempkls- Ts. . vU! pneuee their anfaa--aa aBCKOnne btat la toe cur of kteatalaf.aBd Ike aBMawaBCTadmtCamTUai acsra. P rarer attaa taa letU ka stvaa ka all dataaa far osOadlaa aalfaelafi ta aea. Oo tc X" aaak BatkUag. aarseral VUa aad vns attaatt, tw Bim Vufc. Batrat-e aa KaJtaas rtreet. to6-M ACOCSTHS H. ejLXUJLCB......W2i. M EA!TOLH. GAHLASD & RANDOLPH, ATMeMfCTf AT LAW Ltttl- Back. Atkaraji . 7ae aaaaWatkv Vartaen at Pike, mt a. CoHuatoi, It m iinswrl-rr rrJ M la. aar ktaas tolx- atUaM la. jBt-as J. 730I WAXKESU. w z ss'cOBinco WA1XXX. Il IPOwKSWmX Uvjm, aK Tra aaHes. OOMe.X. tTSaatb (Ida Oaarl 8aare. salt c sc. TESca...nra. c rAUUssTOB...e. tebok Yerger. Farrington & Yerger, ATW&KBTS AT LAW, JKKXFH18, T8KK. aat- WKL. It. AKICii, PHENTlSa. Mlrar Otoi,, KtaaHataat. eTeaaial Laa Areat far Aesawaa ard jftaMlaal. Rcrtmcaca- Utr H 3 Foata, Keseela; Breoke fc. Ss-aM. TJ-t -rr aal-Sa IHBOSUIlc; C. COSE, ATTOB.NET AT U7, HfmphU Teea OBee on . Xia itM Is wreamiaVs BUMIac Vtaeea Ualaa WICL.IA3I KES?TED, Jr., a TIOBKBT AT LAW Oesce oyer Gue-o Bcek BbM ft. awe. Maawap street. Hecchu. Tasn. ,K-ly Dlt- CREIGHTOX'S G7PH3Z HOCKS Fop attending Diseases of tlio ARB MB S te It A H B4 to . r. M. laaaaUacaat bta Use nil: te tented) Leraaeral atactter. v. s. Parao. Ttehlsc Dr. OieutBtaa's terrteea ml eamalt itw trrmtwtl ttbl8-tr T$R. T. F. PE1T0A. OmOZaatse eeraer af icfimo andBecndetret kiTrF Bathing JaaS-lr Bit- TJKOS. TATE. 0 FFISJS hi- Mcrwea ta the ctttaae of Ifenphta and aareer af Seona aca waMag rSI-tr ISAAC If- STBX1X r T. MOBGAF W-C . STEZXE, lk,i tarlqa. Teaa HaasaaK, Teaa. xaaaaeti. Teas STEELE. JlOllGATi S. STEELE, A TTOBSST8 AXD OtKTKSBLOSS AT LAW, Hem AKaSa,7eBB , trfll pirrtioe i tfc-Oaru or WeatTaB- eeaaee. uajaaaa jaam-a.. w wum max jio. o, taar. Ppeel.l atsa4toB rM K - coCtctiou o! UUttM. aetl-lr MEMPHIS CIT? EXPRESS I FOR TBE BELIVEET OF RAGG1UB. RDSDLHS ASD PARCELS In any Part of the City. rpBK Frjpretot iria!1 X a-aattcll,lTec'.xe, taiat!xaa. cf jtcmB aad taatVActtr nut tae, bare aaaae acr aa-jia' ata to ran a CI rr SXfBBSS far tae aalUuy of Booda at ti-tt Ij r.l lierakaatz k.'tac ai as which Uwr wl'li MSs eal- leatrd aa arf.i n j, csmtmh I4SC prcmpur awooxa ta, ae ta. Fraarlaiirs T; ftrs tali tn aaeh or their hait aea. p-.-raaagkH- allsa Basaaat cal'ed 1 jt aad ae'itrered in as? patf of the ctty Fnsat tlUatluC rteea to t V deUvery af Barsaee at th lfaa at kaard cf bo.ll. Wbm rejo'tl, Bafcaro waU aa ekaekat aad ctMt irlerBed to the Far f arlWf ai laiataw hmahr at tkc Eca. la tslwal Etaaaa, nam atmt, assame schi. uace a. Hrasie-s. aH-af 8. f. SHOJg fc OO. SCHEDULE or THE ArrlTftl aBi DefiarUro of the Malls rus -nrs MBKCPHIS POST OFFICX. EABTSBrfhtAIL-rtaKea-ToTk, FhHadeJpbla, ffaah Tiftc as4 LaetiTlUe, STTtres CxSy at SK i doae at4X r SI. tfertnreetra.Xal!rU Elver, Catr-., Bt Leal, Ohi at u4 OtBetaeatl, aaa Ht at 7 a. m.; leee at II A. SC. KewOrleawUaU v etre-, antre Hecdar, Weises day -d .Sateara u 6 r as. Lean Kosdxys, Wedseadayaasd Frldija at tx.yi. K.pakao. Stall anvraa Xaaaye, red eeya rr'days udStafiyaarSM r. K. Lean Tuesday, Thursday. BtBiyaad.SafiiUwa4p m SaieTlll K.H anlea. Tdr, Ihsrrday end Sat arday ttfir.fi. LesT-aaaaad.yi at sr. m. JCiiiUjM aad OzSHd a uUee Braath, arTtre Tse days aad ftlay UCr a. Leave TTadaMday asd rrtdayaat7r 14 eobftl)kt3 vis XU-Usippt OestralSaareadfar Kea-Orieaa. nakeaari aad Katehea, arrtre daHy at Br. xi ctam at 9 a m Jfal U KlukaUHH Oalral awl Teaatsee EHri, amresat SM ; etaae. at A. tt., fer SasurrBte, Bo!l rar anf Jt-wi T-ca MaU via Keaphla tad Ohta Rttlrttl far VomuTBie, srrlr atlA. JAlvalSXP as. 'XaBrtaMlaft etrpl airf TecBeneaSaroad ftr Fane t. irniii itlOM A M s ctes at 1 P. at. jfail ror' OH. Sraaese, ByhaUt, Bed BaaM ac4 Odd Water, arHre UeaSar, Wedre.diy asd mday at tar. antaoieaitaX T. ar. WM. H. CARROLL. F M. Cull'' . jciua w i 4 A USfEAr d Eass by .QaXUAM . 1 EXLL. " i . 00 Teej a eejw 68 e ee " 7lTwT5"ne5i8 oajwyjt.nw ; 7y Tiis is is jH i8 "I " M M " -sotNM ijU h wfx Betas eow a n i& km " 7m k!S i5 is jM 9WW or7 a iscc-i woo C iT urn iTw Hatjaeeeoia-n ajsrK ' i7 g w eajw waw nrm -r-k a TT TT i TrT A T WEDXE3D.Y-.-SEPTBjJBEtjl55" THE CAMPAIGH" IK ILLINOIS. JOIKTDIECUSSIOH AT CHAliLEJTOn. 15,000 People on the Ground. Lincoln dtUrtn TtmmlWt JUtm SpetthHa A'Qiking t a for HimttlfRtlrtah from EgSpt Trumbull Coren hi Flight. Fro the Chiefs Turn 1 ineiourin loint discussion between ftenator Docglas and Abraham Lincoln took pUce at, Charleston. Coles cenntv. on Satardav last Tbe occasion drew loeether one of tbe largest . i . . . - .- .. . . .i i cauiennes or ias hodii inac nas ufd pi.tc tWs year. From twelve to fifteen thousand were prestnt. The .Democracy were out in their streagtfc, endstrockterroriBtotbebeartslJuage iromsuil Drugs orwara wnat here of tbrir enemies. Things wre so arranged j eards as a sufficient tviiltiico to substantiate tbat' Senator Dentin ctraaU be received at I tbs charge. He first, shows, or at least be alatteon oo bis srrlval rrom Liiwtr iiypt.Dy tbe delegation from tbe eastern part of Coirs, ani escorted down to Cbarlrs'on.tea miles dis tant. AcoordicEiv, on Saturday morning, at S o'eeVl, wiiea be reached iiattooii, bis friends were untir.r for bim, and be was wel cesied witb a salote asd escorted to tbe bouse of a friend, wbicb was brllliantlv illuminated At eiebt o'clock, tbe various dtlegatio&a formed ib'o a procession, and waited upon bim to attead him down ta CbarIcBtoiuBafo;e stsninc. Col. Canatncbara. in behalf of bis fellow-citizens, welcomed Senator Ooujlas to Leles county In a beautiful address, in the course of wfeieb be called bis atteatta to a part of tbe procession, consistisg of tBirty-two yout.g laales on oofseoack, represtMiig ins ynaog isaies ob noiseoacK, represemif-g me Federal Oaten, sixteen of whom earned tbe na - lioaai cciors wavirg iron SSO S 1CSS, ana IDS other eixtees carrying the same colors on bick - ery Etscks, Urns farsisbiag a beautiful illutOra tion of tbs mi on between tbe Whirs andDem ocrata, when our country was endaneered br the agitation of sectional men is 1520, and emblematic ef tbe Baton which bow exists -be tween the nattena! men of these two parties to defeat and crush oat Abolitionism. Senator Dauelas mde a happy and anorocri&te re tponoe, and tbe line of mareb was then taken bb for Cbsrles'pa. It was a glorious sight to see tbe long line of teams, filled with mea, wo- seea ana children, extending across the prairie as far as tbe eye could reach, the flags gaily dviac in tbe moraine: breeze, and tbe brass in- etruaientaaf the naaereus tends greasing in tbe sun. At ever,- bouse and everr craasrsad tbenro- kcession received accessions, until when enter- ing UtiarlestoB, it was nearly two miles long. On tbe outskirts ef tbe town tt was met bv tbe citizees of Charleston and tbe delegations from I "Sues, does not establish or prove that It was tee western part of Coles and the adjoining! stricken out for the purpose of robbiBg the-pro-eemetifi, who carried several larce and en! en- I pie of tbat right. Well. I would gar in the did banners, booo one of which annearel. Edgar county good for five hundred maioritv for tbe Little Giant," and on anatber, " This gavtmaeittwas raaele for white men Deuglas lor Hie " passing tbrovgb tbe streets of Charleston, tbe nroceesioB baited in front of tbe Union Hotel, which w.s alssoet bid by baoreraaBd Sags, and here Senator Douglas was welcomed lo Uharlestaa by Han. O. B. Fickltn in a most eloquent and telling speech, to which be responded. Tbe Black Repebli- 1 framed with an express provision for submis cans had stationed a band at tbe opposite cor- I eloni an tDcn struck it out wben they did not ner, and wbee air. Ficklia commenced his sd-1 dress tbs nusicians were ordered to rlav. I which they did, wtventine tbe neonle from bearing wba: was going on; but this little I piece of malicious fan was soon stODDci. and I tt wa witb tbe greatest dieSeolty tbat tbe en- I put when we remember tbat la point of time raged crowd could be prevented from visiting hat provision was stricken oat of tbe bill al pon tbe effenJera a severe mark of tbeir an- I Qost slmultaneogaly with tbe time that Elgler ger. Tbe Black Republican? are utteriv lost I eaJs that tbere was a conference amobg Sena to all sense of shame. At Freeport they in- I torSj and it was agreed tbat the bill sbojld be svHed Seaater Douglas, ptKine hlra with wa-1 passed, lest difficulty should corns out of the terra e Ion rind, and otherwise ill-uMng bim, bat I their Indignities were overlooked, and wheel0' Lincoln went down into E;ypt he fouad him self amorg gentlemen. Notwitbrntaading bis party presumed on weakness to indulge tbrir ma nee. Be was not insulted, but listened to quietly. At tbe discussion be did not adraaet a siagle new idea, but coofioed fcicaoetf solely ' arooii-3 coargej or ceesMrary; aac the immer.ee concourse or neonle assembled to bear dicusaed tbe political eaestioas ef tbe day, were disgusted at the weak exbibittoo he made of himself. We give tbe speeches entire, and ask a care ful perusal ef them. Wbat are Mr. Lincoln's principles, bo one knows. Ue does not seem to know himself. II s Charleston speeches do" I at tbr.w anv Wzbt oa (fee fubiect TramattlPa charges, nhieh bare bees time and again proved raise, embody his platform Li.soaurs speici Mr. Lincoln upon takine tbe staai was greeted with three cheers. He said: LiiRiis asd tiCKTLEHE.v: It will be very 1 disScalt far aa aadieaee at the air af thi. Ln I boar wbat is said, aad conseqwntly, it is vary 1 important tint as profound silesce be oberreii I as is possible. While I was up at the hotel te-day, an elder ly gentleman called upon me to kaw whether I was really in favor of prodaeuhg a perfect equality between tbe Begroes and tbe white people; while I bad not proposed ta myself upon this occasion to aay much upott Ibat subjsct, as that question was asked me, I thought 1 would or upy, petbaps, fire aiootes, in saying some, thine is regard to it. I will say then, tbat I am not nor ever have been in favor of briaeiog a boat ia any way, tbe social and political equality of tbe ubite and black races; tbat I am net. nor ever bare been in favor of making Vetera of ine oegr-es, or jurors, or qlrfyiig tbem to bold offite, or having tbem to marry with white people. I will say rn addition, that tbere is a physical difference between tbe white and black races, which I BUB, will for ever forbid the two races living togeeber upon terms of social am political equairy, and inaemocb, as tfeey can fcot e lire, tbat while they do remain together, tbere must be the position of superior and in ferior, tbat I ss mu-b as any other man am in favor of tbe superior position beii.g assigned to the wbtc man. I say in this connection, that I do sot perceive, however, that because the white sua is to have tbe superior position, that it requires tbat the negro ebonM be denied everything I do not perceive because I do not court a negro Wjcaan for a wife, that I most rtecesaarrly want br for a wKe. My under standing is tbat I can just leave her alone. I am now in my fiftieth year, and eertaiolv never have bad a black woman either for a tlive or wife, so tbat K seems to etc tbat it Is quite possible for ss to get along without xuskiHj either slaves or wives of negroes. I will add tist I bave Bever seen te my knowledge, a man, woman or child that was in favor of producing a perfect equality, socially and politically between the negro and white people, and I recollect of "bat cne drstfnsttfhed instance that I have heard of a great deal, so as to be entirely e nfi tent of it, and that is tbe case of ray friend Douglas' old friend. Col. Richard M Johnston. ( Laughter and cries of hurrah for Lincoln, and hurrah fr Douglas ) I will add to tbe few remarks thai I bave mad, tx I am not going to enter at large cpon this subject, tbat I bave never bad tbe least apprefaeoaioo tbat I or my friends would marry Degroes if there wss no law to keep them from ft, but as my friend Dougias and bis friends eeem to be under great appreiieaiioti tbat may be they might it tbere waa no law to keep tbem from ft, I give bim tbe most solemn pledge tbat I will to tbe very last stand by the law in this State tbat fat bids tbe msrrlege of white folk. wiih negroes. I wiH add one further word, which is this, I don't wid erst and that there !s any place where any alteration of tbe relation tbe social and political relation of the necro and white man would be changed except in the State Legisla ture, and not ib Ute Congress of the United State, and as I df not rexlly apprehend the approach of anyuzb thing myself, but ss Jkdge Douglas deesueem to be ia constant hor rer of some such thing, I do recommend tbat tbe Judge be sept at home and be placed in tbe next Legislatare to vote it off (Cries of hur rah for jiincaln, and hurrah for Dsarlag.l I do not propese dw. Hfag (eager at this time upon teat subject. When Judge Trumbull, our other Senator in Coogreaa returned to lllinot, in the month of August, I believe it was, be made a speech at Ubictgo, in wuicn oe made what may be called a charge against Judge Douglas, which proved to be very effensive to Judge Douglas, as I un derstand. The Judge was at tbat time out upon one of bis epaaking tours through tbe country, and wbea the sews of it reached bim, as I naderstand, he denounced Judge Trumbull, as I understand, in rather harsh terms for hav ing said what he bad ln regard to bim. I was following along and speaking at the same place tbat Judge Dauglas epoke at, bat at a sabee quentda'e to the time of his speaking, and wben I beard of wbat Judge Trumbull bad said of Dougias, and what Douglas bad said back (gain, I felt tbat I was in a position tbat I could not rcsaia entirely silent, and ronaequeBtly upon two w three occasions I a Haded to it. in no otberwite than te say tbat ill regard to the charge that bad bees brought I personally knew nothing, and tbat I sought to say nothing in regard to it; tbat I did per sonally kbw Judge Trumbull, that I believed htm to be a man of veracity, tbat I believed him to be a manor capacity mffioirnt to jnow pretty weH whether an assertion that he ws asking as a coBchMioo upon a string of facta was true er false, and as a exclusion of my own, I stated rcy bcMef. that if Judge Trum bull should be called apee. he would prove eve rything be said. Upon tome subsequent occasion Judge Trum bull epoke again before an auJieece at Alton He upon tbat occasion not only repeated his charge against Jnge Denglas, bat read tbe evidence wbicb be said be relied upoa to sub stantiate it, and the speech waa published at length. Sufejfqoeu'.lvyat Jacksonville, Judge Douglas ailoCed to this matter, and Is tbe course of bis speech, and near the close of it, he said bat I will bow read from a little Bote I have of It in regard ta myself" Mr. Doug las proceeded to icmiik that he ebould not hereafter occupy bis tisae in refuting such charges made by Trumbull, but that Lioroln, having endorsed tbe character of Trumbull for vera- ity, he should bold him (Lincoln) reepoDsrble fer tbe ataader." I bare dose wbat I have stated to eeAjeet mvW this invi tation, te this charge, if that fairly se&iect me to it. I sow wish te say that It has not been my Firpose to at ail iat'rfere (boot tbat matter. 1 bad eves dropped the faebLn of specking or allndiag to it at all, but inaeaech as It seems to be the wtah of Jodg Do ngs to hold m 1 respoaslWe a,b"' it. 'ui. for once 1'. my lire, I wiH follow Gen Ja.k- t- i-de.y. tbat to the j:8t ts'ie: ? I 'ake iLe ro.f. Bei&iKtj. i say 'btu'' x''if ! '-' V.- icsojif.b'!-itjr. .IvNnrr. for thicrat tfains Is Ibo fcfEUniii'K LtntJ.tporter lue enure portion iiuicuum was made at Alton. 1 sum, loraeuisicij in rnnn.riinn nrith that, band over tbs entire portion of Jadpe-Donglai' apeech isadsin awer to it, at jscewBTiur. a cu.u iuiku) furnlsb the reader of Usla diSito tne complete eroopda occiiplwl toth by Jnilce Tromboll atd Jodge Doaclas. I cannot rtadtbese. It woold Uke me morepcibapi, tban myrt-bou?Tte Ho so. 1 can only taaKB soma cocmcnt upon tbem. ; Tmmbnli's chare.'.sh nuMlatedK-i- tbat last charge. Is in tne-oxrflsjwntcn-i 'will read " Now. tbe cbarce is, tbat tbers was plot entered into to bare constitution formed' frr Kansas, and put in fcrte.KIttcat fclriDg-lbe I people an opporttmitv tapirs spoa it, nd tbat I nr rt.M-l. i. ti u.i. ivi in ijcwiw. I stop without reaulng, knowing tbat sil wilj I uvc n wprwrtunny oi reacmg uereaner.aai laors enow, wueiuer aisi or not, ms.i senator BLcler, upon tbs fiorof tbe Senate, bad de clared tbat tbere was a cogftrcgee amongst tbe Senators, in which coaf ertnes there was a ueierminauon, as an onaeriiooiijiio uavB a Dill paeaed an enibUr.g act for lbs people of Kan sas to form a constitution uaderyln which bill, it was agreed among tbem, It was best not to a . i 1 vi , ... Bare a cliuss sibmituog tbs constitution to .Il4.tifi brings Vcrwi A-wbat he deelns" lbs enderce to prove that there wara bill which Wefit Iritotbe bands of JoJgo Dauglas, aacrjalr man of tbe committee po territories, which con- tawed a nrorition la It for aubmiUiee the.toni sir anon tair migarne tnsae to ids rote or, toe i c!" at uituunra wiwmu iimracoKwi j 1 tag.to show, and showing, ts be fieeens it, tfiabl 1 - IT. I i. .1 I I 3 . I 1 joage itouzibb tewiiju pu&i. mil mcs wpc 1 Senate wlic Jtbatclause stricken 'out ofV it He then brings forward evidence tending" to' shew tbat there "was a clause Inserted into tbat bill brought back which would in its nature prevent tbs reference of tbe constitution back to the vine of toe people, if, iaoeed, upon the mere sileDee of the law they bad a right to so rerer it. These Tcre the general slatemnts. Now, after having made this general statemeut, i propose to exsmine the points in JuJge Doag las' speech in which be answers tbat speech of juue trumauiu When vou come to examine jaage ijjusiia' speech vou win baa mat the first point be Talk's is, !suftpose.it were troe I that there was such a "clause in tbs bill and I ibat I struck it out," and be argues from tbat tbat it does cot follow tbat it was intended to I prevent tbe people having tbe right to Tote uln me'r cons'itntlon. His strlktng out such I provision, if there was one In the bill, he I first place, tbat tbat would be the most manl- I feet object of striking It out, as it would seem. 1 11 s tru3 as Judge DsugUs states, tbat many I territorial bills have passed wilbout having !UCQ a provision in them, anJ l believe it is true, though I am not certain, thit in certain I instances constitutions framed under such bills I hare been submitted to a vote of tbe people, " 'aw silent upon the subject, but it I won't follow that they once had their bill mean to alter tbe enectof the law. That tbere have been bills tbat never bad it in dots not at I" explain why it was taken out of one that it waB in atM taores especially does this evidence 'end to prove the proposition tbat Trumbull proposition to submit the constitution to a vote the- people. Judge Douglas altogether for gets, In answering Judge Trumbull, to look to that coaversetiea spoken of by Mr. Blgler. Tbe Judge does sot notice tbat. If you take that as one of tbe proves facts, and fihd out that simultaneously with it Judge Douglas did submit it and put the two points, the on: in and tbe other oat, I Ibink it does not fall very far abort of previse tbe nroDOsition nut bv Judge Trumbull. Bat I must burrv on. Tbe next nroDosilion tbat Judge Douglas puts, is : " But, upon ex amination, it turns out tbat the Toombs bill never did col tain a clause, requiring the con stitution to be Bubmilted." rtow, tbat ie a mere statement of fact, and la one tbat can be determined bv evidence. I loaly want to ask this question firs' Wby juuge uougias uid not ear teat the Toombs d!,i Cfor tbat is tbe bill that it is alleged that Pforision was stricken out of,) I want to ask ,bis question, tbec: Why, if the Jade wanted 10 'uaice oirect issue witn JMge irumball, he did not take the exact provision which Jud?e Trumbull provided in his speech, and say tbat lue provision was not stricken out? Mr. Trumbull has put down in bis speech the exact words that were in tbe bill, and then be alleges tbat those words were stricken out. Now. Judge Dxtglis does not say that these words were stricken out, but he siys : It turns out that tbe Toombs bill never did contain a clause repairing tbe constitution to be submitted " We see at once, then, that be is really making bis ieaoe, tbtxigb be does set plaiolv say so, upon tbe meaning of tbe words. He is pot understood to say that Trumbull tells a lie about these words being stricken out, but be is really, wben he is pushed up to it, taking an issue on the meaning of words Well now, I hare here, if there be aa issue aa the meaning of words, or upon the question of facts, if whether tbese words were stricken out, why I bare wbat I suppose to be a genuine copy of tbe Toombs bill, in which it can be shown tbat tbe words which Trumbull Bays were in tbe bill, were ia it. If, however, the controversy is upo.i tbe words, or the eertss of the weeds, whether theee words 'stricken out really con stitute a provision for submitting the matter to a vote of tbe people, wby, then, as thit Is a matter of argument, I think I may say I will use Trumbull's own argument upon tbat sub ject. Judge Du'las did not meet him at all on tbat, although he put it down fairly, but passes it oil in the mahiier in.whlsb 1 bave stated. Trumbull says, ''The provision is ln these words:" "Tbat tbe following propositions be, and tbe same are hereby offered to the said conven tion of th people of Kansas, when formed, for tbeir free acceptance, or rejection, -which, if accepted by tbe convention ani ratifud by the people at an elrrt wn for iht aitplien of the coajiilsftea, shall be obligatory on the United States, and upon tbe said State of Kan sas," Sac. Now, Trumbull alleges tbat these last words were stricken out of tbe bill wben it came back, and Trumbull's argument upon the sab- jtet.tbat it was a proposition for submitting tae constitution to a vote or the people, or-a peat portion of tbe argument, Is this : "Woull it bave been possible to ratify tbe land provi sion at the election for the adoption of the constitution unless such an election was to be beW? This is Trumbull's argument. Now, Judge Douglas dees not meet that at all ; bdt he stands up and says tbat tbere was no provi sion in tbat bill for submitting tbe constitution to be framed to a vo'e oX tbe people. Judge Trumbull admits tbat tbe language is not di rect for the submission, but be aeks bow is it "possible to ratify tbe lind proposition at tbe election for the adoption cf the constitution u aless such an election was to be held," and he goes on o show tbat it is Lot any less a law because it is In that Indirect sh?ps than it would be in a direct shape, ilut I presume that I bare said enough to draw attention to this point. I pass by It also. Another ene of the points tbe Judge makes upon Trumbull at great length, is that Trum bull, while that bill was pending in tbe Senate, sara ue supposed roe constitution, ir mice, wouU bave to be submitted to tbe people, and he asks if Trumbull thought ss wbat reason there is now of anybody thinking to tbe con trary. He asks if Trumbull thought in that way then, wbat ground tbere Is for thinking any way ainereotiy now. wen now fellow citizens this much may be said, tbat bill bad been in tbe hands of a party to which Mr. Trumbull did not belong ; it had been out in tbe bands of Judge Douglas In a committee at tbe bead or which Judge Douglas stood. Mr. Tromboll perhaps had a printed copy ef tbe original bill. I have no evidence, upon that, except a sort of inference I drawfrom tbe usual course of business as I understand it; but what provisions for alteration were going on in the Mnos or lae committee Mr. irumbull had no means of knowing until tbe altered bill was reported back. Trumbull read it over hastily perhaps ; has not seen precisely all the bearings tbat may be In tbe alterations ; be is hastily run into a debate upon the subject, and It does not ronow at an mat because there mizbt have been somethlag tbat Judge Trum bull did not see then tbst it does not reallv exist. More than that. Is it true that whatever Trumbull did can bave any effect upon what Judge Douglas did. Suppose it was true tbat Judge Trumbull was ia tbe plot, tbat he as well as Ihes- other men were in, would that let Judge Douglas out of it? I don't perceive that It wouia. tie a no mi me qursuon way did not Trvmbul! propose and amend tbe bill if be thought it needed any amendment I may say generally tbet everything I believe, tbat Judge Trumbull has proposed, particularly In connection witb this ques'.lou of Kansas and Nebraska, since be has been on the floor of tbe Senate, has been promptly voted down by Judge Douglas and his friends, and be bad r.o prou ise, I believe, tbat aav amendment of his offer ed to anything open that subject would receive tbe elighteet consideration or favor. Judge Trumbull did bring to tbe police of tbe S.-nate at that time the fact as be understood, tbat there was no provision for nabmitticg the irfiv constitution to be made for Kansas to a vote of tbe people, sod 1 believe I may venture to say that Judge Douglas mace same reply to tbat soeech of Judge Trumbull'e, but nevr noticed ibat nart of it stall. I tWofc. tbenlbat because Jodie Trumbull o&red bo amendment does not . ... n I ,. , : u I threw muen oiameupon xraumnii, am u uuiu, it don't reach the Question at all aa to wbat Judge Douglas was doing. I repeat, if Trum bull had previously bees in tbe plot, it would not at all relieved tbe others tbat were in it It would not touch the question at all. If I sbeuH be Indicted for mu;iir una upon tae ial it should be discovered Ibat I was engaged i tbat murder, but the prr-aecutiiic witness was ia it to, it would be-ae relief to ray neck Ibat the deenvery had cocjj out. A Berber one of tbe pebtta tbat Judge Doug las makes aeatuet TrcmbtJl Is. thafwhen he spoke at Galea go hi nxit bit charge to rest upc. the fart ttwttie bHl had '-.'provision Im I IU. , . . TO.W MV UUW fc. J..UII.I.U . ' I i i tor abmirtit (hC425liutloa to br traced? MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE, WEDNESDAY. MORMiNG SEPTEMBER-. people wb-n it wei.t into kit )1Anfc,andtbtitwtke .1.- (Jfi&e DabglksTlAnds, and tbat it wwtkei ootS, h.',.X,..H iv ih. c.n,t..anJ that kisi.-.i.. .. .ri.L .i 7L. i ...n said that the alteration in th. bill made while inr..i.ik. ... j. tation between Kim Yjndf-e DoueUsI and Mr. Toombs. .Let-ir.e not he mlsnnderstood assav- ir specifically that be made these alterations with his own hand t but he sld that " tbe al- teratlons lthe bill made while It was in the fAmnIH.. , I,.t,r.n him ( Judge- Deuslasl and Mr. Toombs' The Judre. foes on r.ow and comments ODOR me xact tbat irombull In his Alton speecn aa dueed the proposition tbat tbe bill not only came back witb tbat proposition out of it, but . i . . . 17 jr. . . . . . it now cams back with another proposition in h, saying " I nronoae now tt fnrniah that evidence. It will be remembered tbat Mr. Toombs' bill provided for boldia tn election far delegates to form a-constitution under the supervision of commissioners to be appointed by tbe Pres ident, ami In the bill asreportcd back by Judge Douglas, thtse Kurds, not to be found in tbe original bill, are inserted at tbs close of tbe 11th section, rfz : " Ani uotil the complete execution of this act, so other election shall be held in said ter ritory." Which Mr. Trumbull amies was bit onlv taking tbe proposition for submitting tbe con stitution to a vote of tbe people away, but was puumg an amrmative one in, that wooid pre vent the people exercising tbat right, upon a bill that waa tcerelv silent unon tbat avestfon. lNow, In rei-ird to that, he siva Trnmhull shifts tbe issue shifts his pround I believe be uses the term that tbe first charge being praifea raise, ne souts tbe ground, lean up on V6U all. when vnn .hall ,Titnln Tnd-e Trumbull's speech, to determiee for yourselves Mu.uicr iruraouu suirts nis groumi or nor, l sajtfdlJ not I say be brought forward the lams around wi'h ranfe erlder.ra lie made lUe'c'fere precisely as ha originally made it, ana, iu addition thereto, he Drought a new piece of evidence tendin;. as he thought, and as I think, to prove bis proper position. Tbat is -o illUBtraJe bv a trial on one trial a msn Introduces aa witnesses A and B to prove bis a mm rut eaA J t V..2A.J.. t. A.. witnesses who tellthe same storr- that- tbe-v " via tvvi4VMUpWI(nitliBUUWrW told before, and be introduces another witness wbo-fells eotnttbieu in addition that nroves tae main proposition. There tvas no cocfiiet iu iue eviuence. But, Judze Dou'las nam. that be hlmielf In the Senate moved to strikeout that last previs ion bf- lhe bill, and tbat on bis motion it was stricken out. and a substitute nut in tbe bill tor ii, ana mat l presume la the truth. 1 pre. same tbat it is so. r presume that tbat last provision tbat was put in waa stricken out bv Julge Douglae. ' Trumbull hag not said that It was not He says, "I am speaking of the bill s Judge Dauglas reported it bark." It was mended same in tbs Senate before it nss.ed. Njw, when Judge Douelas parades the fact that he had tbat provision stricken oa . of tbe bill wben it came back, be just meets nothing at alt. Trumbull bis said that be tx-lievea that he originally put It in. Did tbe Jad;e pot it in ? Trumbull says it was not in tbe Toombs bill when it went to tbe comittee, and be says when it came back it was in. and Douelas said tbat tbe alterations were made by bim after consultation witb Mr. Toombs. He therefore believes tbat Judge Douglas put it in. Njw, let Judge DMglas not call Trumbull a liar, but Ut him shew tbat be did not pit it In. It is sometimes tbe case tbat a bear ie hot pur sued enough to drop a cub, and so I i-r.tnme it was In this case I presume Douglas nut it in and afterwards put it out. I presume that is tbe truth about It jw, tbe question is, wbat lid be put it in for? In tbe first place, why did be take the other provision out, and having taken that oat, what did he pet tbia om In fot? i say teat in tne run or things It may have b- come apparent eno ;h to ny one tbat tbese were his rubs, but :,e question that Trumbull mtfces is, that D?-:glas pot it in, and be does not meet iromnuu unless na-dentes it. Near Ibe close of Judee Douelas' soeech upon tbls subject, be uses this lanciMnre toward Judge Trumbull. He says, be forged bis ev idence from beginning to end, nd by falsifying tbe record he endeavored to bolster un bis false cnirges." wen, now this is a pretty serious statement. " Irumbull forged bis evidence from beginning to end." Now, upes my own autuerity, i say that la not sol rv'bat ,ys a forgery? Consider this eridenee that Trum bull brought forward when you corse to Tead his speech, and. consider it briefly as yea ere able to do now. -end then see whether be " forged bis evidence from beginning to end. Wbat was the evidence? I understand ta self. although I don't read it from tbe ipeecb, that Mr. Trumbull held np a bill or document In bis band like tbat, (holding up a bill) and be says tbat that is a copy of tbe Toombs bill, I be lieve It Is tc owe as tt was iatrosraced, and went into Judge Douglas' bauds. Does Judge Douglas say this is a forgery ? That is one thing Judge Tram ball brooght forward. That is the beginntBg Dew Judge Douglas say that is a forgery? Lt bim say it Ibis evening and we w:n nave a su seqnent examination upon tbe subject Trumbull then says tbat be holds up another document like that, and be savs that is an exact copy of toe bill as it came bick in ine amended form cut of Judge Douglas hands. Uiti Judge Douglas say that is a forgery? tie oea say bo lo his general sweeping euarg. If be does net, when tbea, if yoa take this Toombs bill, acd this bill in tbe amended form, it orly needs to compare tbem to see that the provision is in ene that is not in the other, and it leaves tbe inference inevitably, tbat tt was taken out. Bat while I am dealing with 'he question of the evi.iecce, let us see what Tiumboll'j other evidence is K I have time to do so. One piece of evidence I lnve already read. Tram- boll says" tlat there is ia this orkgiaai Toombs bill tbe following provision: " 'l.bat -the following pripnosirJoos be, and idc same, are hereby ottaoed to tbe saal conven tion of the people of Kansas, whe formed for their free acceptance or rejection, which, if accepted by the convention, and rati jit I fry Iht people at ue aecitoa jor tu seeaite e(a Li- xtttuliou, shall be obligatory oa the United SUtrs, and upon tbe said S'ateof Kansas." itc. Now, If it shall be said tbat tbls is a forgery, ne-onugiBg it rorward, l say it is one ef these papers. If Judge Douglas says it Is a forgery, wby we will open tbe pipers and aee if it ia a rorgery or not. So, seam, be says Senator Blgler made tbe following statement in bis place in tbe Senate, December 9tb, 1857, and then adds, I read from part 1. Congrettionxl Ghbe of last sea sion, page 21:" " I was present when tbat subject was dis cussed by Senators, before tbe bm was intro duced, and Ibe question was raised and dis cussed, whether tbe constitution, wben formed," snouHi oe-susmHtea lo a vote of. tbe people. It was held by those moat luleitigeiit on the subject, tbat w view ef all the difficulty ear- .roundlr-g tbat territory, tbe danger of any ex- peiimrniaciDaiumeor a popular vote ItwoulJ be better tbatibere should be bo such provision Id the Toombs bill ; and it was my understand ing, in an tite intercourse l oat, tost that con vention wouli make a constitution an i send it here without submitting it to the popular vote.'' And then Trumbull follows oo: " In speaking of this meeting again on the 31st December, 1S57, (Coserraiieaal Close, iamevol , page 113) Senator Blgler said : Nothing was further from my mind than to allude to any social or confidential interview. ine meeting was not or that character. Id throuah agency of one popular election, and bbat for delegates to the convention. This impression was tbe slroager. because I though', the spirit or tuc diii infringes, upon me ooctnoe or non intervention, lo which I had great illusion; but with the hope of accomplishing a great good, and as no movement bad been made in that di rection in tbe territory, t waived this objertiop, anu coBciuueu to support tne measure. 1 have a few items of testimony as to th correctness of these impressions, and with their submis sion I shall be content. I have before me tbe bill reported by tbe Senator from Illinois on the 7th ot iMsrcb. 1856. nrortdine for tbe admis sion of Kansas as a Male, the third section of wuicu reaas as ioiiows : " That tbe following propositirtna be, and. tbe same are berebr otfered to-lbe said coavenilnn of tbe people of Kansas, when formed, for tbeir rree acceptance or reisettoo ; watch If accept ed by the convention, and ratified by the con veoU"n, tod ratified by tbe people at tbe elee tlen for the adoption of the constitution, shall be obligatory upon the Dotted States and the said State of Kansas. The bill read in place by tbe Senator from Georgia on tbe So h of June, an 1 referred to tbe Committee en Terri tories, contained tbe same eection, nord for word. Both tbese bills were under crnedera tion at tbe conference referred to; but, sir, when the Senator from Illinois reported the aoomos diii to toe senate, wun amendments, tbe next moraine it did not contain that nor. tion of the-third section which indicated to the convention that tbe constitution should be an proved by the people. Tbe words ' and ratified by the people at tbe election for tbe adoption ot tue cOTiB-.na-.ion uau I'een sirieKen out." Now, tbese, Mr. Trumbull says, were stated Dy jir. AJoagias upon tne lloor of the Senate on certain days, and are recorded tn tbe Can. grtstioaal Globe on certain pages. Now, does juage uoo;ias siy mat mat is a rorgery ? Doss Judge Douglas say that tbere is bo such thing in tbe Grijional Globe as that? What does he mean when he savs tbat Jod'e Trumsell forges his evidence from bejinnlnc iu iin i m, cdiB uc Bays, it anoilier piaee, Eage 15 of the Gbsrmiondl Ufeoe, wherein e, Jndge Douglas, bisaeelf stated : " Tbat darin; the last Congresa, I (Mr. Douglae) reported a bill from the Committee on Territories, to authorize tbe people of Kan sas to assemble and iorn a constitution for themselves. Subsequently, the Senator from Georgia, Mr. Toombs) broaebt forward a eabstitate for my bill, wbicb, after having been modified bv bim aad mt self iu eontnltj. Lion, was passed by the Senate.' Now, Trumbull says that that Quotation of a speech from Deogtas Is reported aad re corded in the Congrttt tonal Gieee 1 is tbat a forgery ? Is H thtrs or not? It may net be tbere ; bat I want tbe Judge to take these pieces of evidence and sav that the i are for. Series, if he dare to do it. That Is wttt I want him to no. (A voice Be wilt) Yoa bad better not commit bim. He gives -other oitoUUena. He Eves a farther .quoUJIoj ,frocr Jodge Douglas. He sajrsi v jrnl wM aeK ins teiiur 'o ''i -w r,ie jn BU. U . u, B.W. " J W ' " I ' 1 - V, tbe wjieje Jcbat 03 tlis T-wab ii, a--j mus dPfiU. lLtVAR ftemf -.iffirial. ami ral1l in rr- I Of FXM K M ifmSmt I mote tb public good. My recollection was & Q & 1 SE LHOp. Jmt.n clear that I left the conference under the im. I HslF?!!1 pressiou that it hd been deemed besUe adopt "R. K W071TITS & ilO . I uuvu measdrrs to admit Kansasasa Slate throuah the - . .... I 1 t'. ton from any nuarertbat tbs'consjitlt on WMrwttobesubmiUedto not to be submiUed to the pt". Vwlll J l ve:.tuie to eay, tbat on all sides of Ihe ehambef I it wa o understood at the time. If. the on pbsents of the bill bad understood it waa. cot. 1 ilirv.uouM base made tbe point DDoa 'it r and " w7 lad made It, we auoura eertam y navo f i14l to it, and put in the clause., ilia: Is a d'y d4 '?, lb'i'?t7'V.l,l ' It was not safe to take It for granted that i that voul.l beuone, wnicu ougua.iairness to I DSVS beffH dOM." W . 4OW inimOUil Sire iua, uair uvugiAM made tbat speech and tt is recorded Does tbs Judge sy tbat is a forgery, thstit was not HUFf IlUiUUUI BUVItn ,wiiim,(v - ..u r-... j r. M. liVrtir. nnn. talten or his own. that ne-uuo cisanciiy cring h to the notice of those Bgtaeerinelhat bill. mat it lacKetl mat proviiinn, ana lucauo goes on to ma be another quotation irom j uuge uoug las: 'Judge Douglas, be says, however, probably recollecting, er being reminded. bf the fact, tbat I badahiertedtoth: loomDSDUl wnen DSndtLIT. tbat It did not provide for a saumresloir of (be ' . 1 .1 . .1L ..... constliUUoa to tne people, rasui acomer state. latent, which is to be fnqnd In lliatrie eolutan of Uie CloU, at page 22, In Whidtjge ssys: That the bill was silent on tha.suect U true, and mr attention was called -to. 'ibat about tbe ttme ft was passed ; and' I took tbe fair construction to be. that powers not dele- gated war, reserved and that ofse.lbc constitution WOtlW be submitted tOtbe pen- pie.7" l ruanoll adds upon toav " Whether this statement is consistent witb tbe statement iust before mads, that had tbe point been made it would have"bei;n yielded to, or tbat it was a new discovery .'.you will de termine ; for If tbe public recoitjs da not corj-, t ltumTl icdy' "eoWemB" I do not know In what saape Judge Doug- Us to going to sustain bis position, tbat Trura-i tmli'j evitfet.ee la lorged iroa ojnj ing to encv i say here to-uay, mi; tuesc uonzrtsuonai Gleltt1 have not got with me, they are.blg books they are dlmeult to oarry about, and I have not got tbem with me-ind It Jlfdge J TmeMaH bas quoted from (beraV that there is I l. . . . .aa. notjgAh proposition tbere, I shall not be able to prove She v are : but I shall have anotbsLopMr- tunity, however, whenever he points out acd savs tbat these things tbat Trumbull has quo ted are not at the place Ihit be says they are, then my attention will be drawn to it. and I will have another haar, and I state lo you tbat 1 hare not tbe Bitchiest doubt tbat I snail bad tbem exactly where Mr. Trumbull says ttey are. W .11 1 1. b II, ..mIiaii f. hitw pin lrtrt. n...-i. 'i v. . 1 ,,, i. a ft-rserv? It ia bnnsiae fcrwardsome wrltlag UUUCIrO Hid ShC la VU. IU U7 O. A Jl Ltl V 4 Min.io toat is untrae. ton come torwaru wun a let- ter, write my name to It, which I never wrote, , . . r rl I. . l. : 1 mg it is ao, and so wuen u u not so, anu tuai is a forger, ; but bow do yoa make out a thing to be a forgery Wien each piece is a copy or tbe geru ne thing as it stands. rs'ow l concede that Judge Douglas lias a rilit to say these bills are false, or forged tbat be has a right to nay tbat these extracts are false or forged but u-ilil be does so say, specifically, we don't know bow to get at bim. I nroseme that each one of these extracts that Trumbull has put in bis speech will be found in the Lonzrextional Ufow exactly wtiere TrumbuH says, they are. Then, I leave it to vou it J die uougias in caning lrumouirs charge a forgery, from beginning to end, is meeting tbe argument at all. If It eboald turn out tbat cne is a fortery it won't be me that will stick to it anv lesser. I have always wanted the Judge to deal that way between him and me. If I do accidentally upon any r...inn ,iv anrlhimr fliat I. r.it: utrirlltr ear- re-t, and it is pointed out to me, I will with- draw it lo a minute, but I don't chose to have Judge Trumbull's statements put down In clear terms, toat they are forgeries zrom beginning to end: tbat is no fair way of answering a charge, at least it seems to to me, and I submit to Judge llouglas' friends arm to all men to I answer, if that is a fair way to answer a cbarce. P. ow, coming back, I want to eay toe true point upon Judge Dauglas is this, than unless he establishes that there is something of for gery, or tbat the bill that went Into bis bands bad tbe prevision iu it which Judge Trumbull said it bad, which Trumbull and I both say loecescarilv s mount to a provision to snbmtttbt cahstIUitiea.to tbs people, tbat he took it out, toat ne says that ne knows that tne Dili waa silent; but I say that it was not silent Judge Douglas, when you got it it was vocal and now tne direct q'teMloa upon the Judge is, why did be etieece it? It belted found the bill silent, if be bad found tbe bill with; ut tbat provision in it be might talk: aehe does bow, that he sup. posed tbat it would be submitted to tbe people; and certainly tbese few words, making but two lines, did not encumber the bill. Ply question upon bim ie, wby, findiog tbe bill rocal with tbe provision wbv be silenced It wbat be took it out for; and although be took, out the ler provision, l aes mm why ne at tirst put it in what he put it in for, if be did after wards take it out? aeKUiaj ma'. 10 meet me nues.ion whether b took it out; task bim wbai he did it for. It locks to us tbat he did it to alter the bill ; if i: Icoks different to bim he can tell it ; if he bad a different reason from tbe plain and obvious res sob, I Insist upon having it. bo or tbe satseatieBt nrnsseten. 1 was bald before the last paragraph that' my time was witnin three mn-utee or being out 1 presume it is wltbin one now, l therefore close. Douglas' t-r-EECti To-m-brow.j justness (Carfrs. $25,000 Worth o SADDLERY AND GIN BANDS, HJK SrlLK LOWEK THAN EVKK. FORD, B1BII r BSPBCTFCLLT anooanee to Itetr cnttatn asd tt XV taailc, that they are rils bvk at tl'lr oM (taa-1. 231 .U A 1 S 3 T R E OFFOaiTS C0U5T SQUAHS. We are a Baanieur lart, FALL arpCK. wbtch w koiat law fat oath. aad i t b usdtreoM We lTtte an ta want cx a? z la the Sfttldlerj- or )3t QCS5 Line, AT WH0LK3ALK I KRTAIL, Te aire as a alt tafore rxrebastre tin for tale at tnv ns-a rew Muukisouum dt waierat ial latear. wtirr aaoe to oner auuwarrameu. lU'tar.aUy, Mpt-rlar Ja F.-BD BEGHIK k Q- SxLcetstors to Hannah Shank t) WliQlesale Grocers, AND Commission Hor chants. TV'o. 4 Front Row ep! dawli-a a. r. kobsis. ...s. rnixns. MEMPHIS FOUNDRY ANUKACTTJRBB3 at S eam EsatsM, Biw Uilli, XJL unttxiu uearwE. iuo-s won itenss rronti, Vte-IowCiB' He. St.imsoit rr;lt-!E aad JeaelB work af every daacrtstioa atteadad to promptly. Feraoua aeexBaz aartr work to rl can rety a Kettsc It al th time prvBiled' We are prepared to execc- ordars t jr Steaat Baalaa aad 3w Mills oo very toor. netiat, aad a lew a they eta he braecht trua St. Louis or Ctaela- cattof theaaawQaalttyorwor. jys dtwi. FAI.li 1S5S FA Li I. 1S5S. IjATEST. M. SI MOIST, MASBFACTORHR OF Fashionable Clothing ! TT3 Joet reta'nai f ra tbe Rut vtlh the Itrgtlt aad XA. tesi e.ecua aior oc CLOniING of all grades, shades and prices; DRY GOODS' to suit sll and every one ; BLNKETS, KERSEYS AND LINSEYS; BOOTS AND SHOES, for email acd large; HATS AND CAPS; And a i-aeral awertsent o: all Good aKwrtalcixr. to Ut I tae liwhlu he csCs the atleation of erery pares- r, atare espeetiTy, Country Jlerclianta, River Tra ders, Planters ami Peddlers, A hl taesWt aaaaat b ( arpiMed by any Heme la taatUy, aad h4Wa. nice win r.mira urora biywlttttaMiatBa8U IT. SIMON, 63 Fraet Row, ooraer cf JeCertoa lltet, trse-aB aader the Oaamdal Cottl I. n. inAHrr... te I R. XtTEJ. I J. B. SHARPE & CO., WHOLESALE TOBACCO FACTORS ASD GitfERAL J0M3HSSI0S JIESCIIASTS So. 12 Front Kow, MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. wi i dwailcate any Konaern or r-artern tl'I witb eqai'iy a seoo. ma l box t M. GENSBURG-ER, HAirBrACTtmEn or Trunks, Valiac3 & Carpet Bags, VrHOLBSALK AND RETAIL, S-4 4 31A1W STREET. m tadOntry UiTChantt a-l the y pahUc geaaraur, ate u cxaai- Ice bi- tuck, vhlob. In Qcallty m, ci capna, t erjeil to say masaiactsr Miru or wm. WorVAMttaordcrfanycuraatled. Alitlodiof B. pat-lat eaae with eealaeas asd dbpateh. Imii acd era, prwpliy atteaaen to. utm iy JTEW PIANO STGRE.- THE ST Q DAiRT ?IA ft O S.. P. FIiATIO " ICW u . an.-ato3ceo' fo his fries! asrt tka li-r pattht zeoer&ly. feat ha has btea appotated . by .Xeesrs.' I s:odart X -jmi, ci itew xenj-jLcesi -ibt the' sals of I nelsBswcpsnliic at utir-rJcteeaJtadlsca street. im coors rrooi ta uaiautuii:ninwa'ca,i I EirT-tT.lnrv. XII oacri protcptyaea-.e to. b) taH at Xts'Tori prtca, ' .--ia-1 .'BBfmiy ''m1rj9ftett c ..a ' .a .'- - . i-rv----..t rMSJae Vi -- - " ' TW. . '--- ee . Ij.n ail 'it; Te-'T'-i' e. . axe. w w erMaaT Bt- jxUvae : ;- ;a.a--j-.- I j Ap ' ft4frtt afilrTS . &UUll lyiLP (LaUef B.SetttBre,) COTTON FAGT'Oa JRECEITISO, rORWAKDINO AJID COMMISSION MERCHANT NO. 51 YBOKT BOW, ilSMVHlS. Entrance. Court St. -riTirHaElrt U pit iksI to w.lt vsm a7 eii rm- IV. UWI,jJlW3f IHlWn-b-MW-wj. " C I riT. n.TH-m!ir .ttjuitf&n La iim Rtrnc Mul SflUliZ cf i , ,,. .,vr.ii uumcted. I virfwi.-.titiAr, rur Kurtne and SLnfe, aa4 otlirr ntsllu. Sterse and rrflCotta WW nana pr aaia. tri wmia- noaTOs.n. f. noaTo..J WOOCDZIi. C. 31. HOUTOX & CO., COTTON FACTOTS, GROCERS, C0MS1ISSI0N AND Forwarding llcvchimts, No. 33 Front Row, W slTl I jnetfvcs. fkxamli.Mn f fWllar. SiartaC aael TT71LL sits thalr atteetkn i tltf WrijVtr Catlaa SK7EHTT-FirS OSKTS Dr Bala xuep aatuaty en ami sassisi. Jtapt aoe run. UUicS.pprte. srrtjlr, ats-a ,. ......U. S. H130. STEWAET & SING, eEERiL RECBIVISG, F0RWARDI5G AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, &C, Tio. 4!) Front Bow. OmCI-TIlH J. W. XtCRACXKX & CO., Jili-6a HOPIUXS, 8 LOVE It & CO., COTTON - PACTORS, Commission & Fanrartllng merchants, - No. 46 Front Bow, MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. LISXBAL Oath AdTateas sa Ootlaa aad ethei produce In i-tore or far shiPlac Kaoer Cauiiuc an t F'aeUtloB ocbbIIm far i nmm at iwe lamtt aurkei rales. An raasizEiaaU nM far cats or Ma aqslraMnt anlS-Cm - aAiiri.i:....i. .nraiLL...j.a.H!WM. I v n ?r 3AiTirLb, JlUt tltiLIj & LU, Itf' x rt A a - U l , U II dL.Vr9, COMMISSION, KECESVING AND Forwarfilng Jlerchants, MABI50KST., TRIBD DOSft KASTOFONIOX BAKX. 31 EM PHIS, TENN. ABOFFLT af boat UajrleR aad Rape alaara In store. Order tar aopallM flld at theUwaat cua prlcn. aat-d.wxr t. rowLKxs. .t.j. roiuu. -T. P.ADAAU. EOWLKES & CO.', Pi iTTTiN I? A PTrtU Q U -L L Vl rAl1 UlVOj aho Commission. MLercuants, Poet Offlce Bui.diB?, Jefferson 8t, Ageal f-the aahi of Ue Pmain Oettoo dm. Bad br AIM for Ibe ,ala ef thoOcnalaee Osaatug. Gi., tka aeaTti-ai aaa eei ansa ta at caa. WIS bet tear to oner the reeewat af earenic.a ta osr frKad aad ta pektt geoaraBr, vtth tke ai sraio? Ota- we are taoraasalr arEaaUei sod folly prepared for Ike treanetite at ill bumex oaaflSetl to a. We cottttaa the tra of Oottae aad otbr Kodace la Fire Proar War Haa4. iBinraace caee4 antes be tattraMad. Oar open patter of taaariaee carer all Oottea caealfsed to . per neaawoai, sauta otaanrta uaraaaol latm ot ladlsr. 3ae of Oat tea Blase far aeecH ar eaalTalaats. 7a h.T- a Ur. Mack of Ptwer Baad Lnoai BaMtsa', abo the teit brand of KubueF-ore.warraatat Aleo Met Fork, aaro . iNH, L,ira, at. Order lte-i with rare acd dkmkca. JjSI-dawlra FOWXrrafcCO. S. r. M'BXTT.. ..... ...CIO. rr. TKOTTZB fir m. NEW McffTJTT & TROTTEE Bars thla day foraed a partnenhia for the pnipcie at aoDc a COTTOX FACTORAGE, COMMISSION ANB JfOBWASCWG BD8IS8SS. illosby & IlHBt's aHck, Up Stairs, FBOKT BOW, KBatFHIB, TBKN. TTILL lire oar best attention to the Storls. Seulax VV aad Shtpptef af OaAWn. A1m. BeeerrlBC aad 7crarrBjtOixli. B.te. Kop- aad other ibctJI raraiaaed at la loweat rauc. All Oottoa eabsed lo bj, lanrea, bbms auarwua insuscteo. Jalylst, ISSS. JrS-da-rira .T. STOATTOX....E. K"AVITT...J tt. D05SGBM csrrm unvnnn -r-. . - 3J-XfcilLiiU, lllCJJJi VAXi" Z UU., COTTOX FACTOUS, Grocers aw uemrtiea Slercltants, AiArestfra!riaM,(rehrated learrared Oottaa wis. SO. 18 BOW, KBMtHUa, TRN'.V., TXT Lu 8re taalr fc.it attesUoa lo the ot Coltaa V V aad athar aaaaaoa. " 1, .l.ta-. iu, M.iqra, wnsiarpM, Jill uooea .a More lasaree oaltMotherwtiebulraeied. waaai ihti-.o atieau .a ta -aair laraa alack mi v..w pi. wye son riaaiaiioa anp?iree. 1 1 aj aai O. O. TQWSSEXD.. C. II WHITatOBE. TOTOSEND rS; WHITMOBE C01T0?. FACTORS, C O eflJfl ISSIGcft- -ANB Forwarding; Merchants, Tio. 4 Rank Avenue, THRSS DOOBS XSLQW TH BULLXTI:.' OFFIOS. . WILL sir thefr beat at'apli a tola. I at, fla far SU:I f, A. ag jtWrii- imx omi, per AH CotV n la alare tBtare. nae otaarwif e ta.inKi Cewtialtr a ktoj a iap; of Sagalac and Rape ami )" IV.Itauv A WUIXalfl.B. atl-diwaai JAMC ELDER... ...j. t. rABHiin Jfraipai, Tn. Akardees, hllas. ELDER & PARRISH, COTTOX iTACTOKS. Commission & Forwardinc Coreer of Madison Street and Froat Row. Ortr ih Baklec Sasaa cf 0. W. Oaerry X Co , - 3Xcninhi. Teitn. JylS-danSn xsnir b. aiie iRErrAHD at. Ainc, ASHE & CO., COTTON FACTORS AXB COMMISSION MERCHANTS, SO. 47 Flt Koiv. Memphis, July Sin, 4858. a HUM. I 1 1 U aV U,m TXJO'LO ann uce to their frteod and he ixhlie, that in -i-riP5 np -ri-, inr sum ausiAas-s SEASON la X. aipua, tiny reri It IBrasitieBt acoa tiro. !ozetoratb-lr8-.r!oedka9WllBef.t fur tba aa- paralleled patrosaie k klarrybcatowed, aad to praBVr reeewed a- oranora of their onweatied eadesror to de cern a cea-lDaanc a: d locreaae of the aaw Ou-atackct Battle; Bp. T.tae. B-itir. Coflee. Mo- Iees. B.OOO Oaadie, a t, fvkcoo. 7Wr. Wfektir aad naaiatioa aoppl-ea generally Ivf ether with ail artlctM la oer In". 1 freaha-4 la re-, aid sa Iowa, caa he had la Uil isarket tor Laah, or bbob the aaa! teteM la paae taIdea. We bey at keda.rUn fa. CASH ALOKK. aal we rerel-e weekly ooriaWtloa to earrtcck; otaatar Pl- traa aeed net fear E-ttlax aa hlerlcr arttel. ar se otavrwiao taas men. WeceBUieetaSsarsaadSeilOaMeaataaroid orlee. SOeeatsper hue Oettoa totcd as hortfro at ear Urge aad com wm Brick war heme, aa Adams aireei. Uberal Caah Adraaca aiad aa Oo-laa la aUte. which ia iwy laoami, aaiee osaerwtsei ttraetea aeepxirBiiy, rxc lySawlai JOKES, SROCH 4. CO. XAfSLEOX HILL, CRAS. II. DOBI05. JR., Laie ef Bollrar, Teas, SkaAf caaty COTTOS FACTORS AKD COiVirillSSICN, RECEIVING AXD FORWARDING MERCHANTS. Office, BTo IS Front How, fin ? I Plnnr r.t Unadr t. UU. TnILIIu v ... ..-j u. ...... o .rujmw, Momphia Tens. TTTILL n.l a l order i canralty aad x re p-aaral attra- I T iu :oany BBJiaees eatraiwa to them. j ae-dawsai B. r MOB AS .......W. B. C1B1SF. Jetton Factors L ABO GOHMISSIOH MERCHANTS, No. 47 r-oNT How, Cp Staibs, mempliis. Teim. CP" A I! Gotten eanttcrad te a win h enend by lr. r.raace, nn)a .therwua laatfacted. Jy37-4,-ir&i r -oaovrs j. t. axorc. . .J. cJ. M. 45?: Cetton Factors ASB Commission iHcrcimnts. 44 TJaion Btreet, joal-dawSni NEW ORLEANS. J. L-WEE3 -. 3 I .HXUJtl. WEBB h MWLltfGS II Cotton Factorss CesuuistHOH Merchants, One dsnr frora corarr cf Main and Union at... iCpEUlrs,) ' " felEBiPins, TZSX. i-nr-r-r.in.iniuuii im .n t--.. X -wardlcc Good, telllas 8 ta.sa. and aa kiod of rredace aad If aaafactcxed Omar. We a aleo keep a ibxi-c' BAaaisoiniDra, twiee, baoox, xsss POBC, Its,, ahWLwa ana rarcttaaar cBitaaera at tba '1 , 39, XS5S, BAtl OVIS, Trajan, Ttna BCKDESSOa owxv. Lau r samerr wa, Teaa 0.icei Owen, si. HE CE I V I b.'.G MERCHANTS, No,' B7G; avm-i Stroot MKMPHI3, TENN. .fS V? peeptreS to rTe ccr mm. aadShbnlacaf Gr-tum th..-, .. j -T7Z7" J?w ta aw tare. aaa fitm.mf of Ooedi. Al CaasUna3tr lull k be corered h osr ccea sad ties of lamr3EB,.aairhSu tr M our Tin polUr f rsasnsce.iqilauaUtnrlMlaatracted. AH lnalret- Hoaa ynafj aaa aa mm tr2azUia-. Xfita. uAetnraatatikB'SiiTmHa. eitt . 7ZZ! . ' "W ahanara-armbsantiaiBilUamia ail rfetmn .i otbrBa:aticu,lBaccaF&uirir tt lutractt as cf t vaUoca. act I, t. warn B. C. WINTEESMTIH, COTTOJf EACTOR, GROCER AsTD COMtVIISSrON MERCHANT. Oa ask Aracrsj. kataw. a Vaaiara a ait Manna, flea old ia:a V ucsilxrlr fc ATdiait.) UlempUiB, Test Be as re. I AJC aov la neeiot af a Unt aleak. :ir u -a.il, ana catau, raaiUlai lha. OMi,ll:.r ta tvj,V, -f aod Hand. BeeaV XearT tuna.' Bacaa, Lard. Brasdlea. Wfcbk r. aad wtaea. toaHaar with rrarr rarieAr of Gfeoanar . i vMrk t aa. eaaataat. tr edamz. 1 hilt alio ta baM kraada af Xntaakr i.m in! ' t&ier. ' iBahaiaa. OstUo Taraa. ax. Far- tKuar aueamo cma te iUjtIbi aad MOic Mtes ta thta nuiket or far aUasxm Inaraaoe swmved y tbeptrtlea Utereated. Ordwra rnsstlr umul ta coejirameeu tancltedfrsm, Er frteada. a. c. wisTKRsifrrif J. H. BBHTKLEY & CO., COTTON FACTORS, GROCERY AM COlfMISSION CORNER MA IK & MONROE STREETS. Memphis, Term. Bstilif. Xapeacd FlaaUtrw SaaMtes farsiaked k v- lf-EI JOHIt W IZDBCtTEJl. 1 UBETTXa. JOHH W. UBBHTEB & CO. Vottoix Factors MID ConinWtisloii Merchants, So. 4 Front Row. ty Bafjla aad Bop. aad Ftaatatlai guyatlu fans. "'- aaa-awai w. r. MAsesr Hotly Sartss. MU. caeuixbtos acAaov, T 1 1- A. V I, L Mason a- CO., Commission licrchanls, 2Vo. 2S3 Mnin Street, HE1IFH18, TKKK EJ-rrr the pretest at UI Halo aalO-dtwawSfii atatr. j. r.. Tzjurn . Ifeopal. ........... JtHEl It. BOKOM uie or wataaamue, Tens. VEBSEE & BOBTTM, COTTON FACTORS AMD CQXLHISSIOIa MERCHANTS Up Stairs Slesby t Hant's New Block, No. 17 1-2 Front Kow, Mompliifa, Touacssoo Wa will cay narllcalar attecat, to ma.t V erden forGroeerle. Batsta;, hope, Ac aAA.k.U at tbe la -or.it raarket yneee. 'fJfPBlj JyS-dawtf L. EETCHUH & CO. COTTO.V FACTOCS, AKS Commission Merchants, roa TENNESSEE, ARKANSAS, MISSISSIPPI AXB ALABAXA PHODTJCB, Ifo. 28 Front Ilow, Slemiiliig. win take aotruar bat GOLD AXB stlvna - ii 1 V eaa!T)Bt far aaythtBC waakmr aaH iy tbt aa-twalr T. B. BOBMEKT JTrapbis. Tt.- w Taw nv sAHosr. a. wnaoK, Lata or Athe, WBNe At C laWSa.llAJCd'ai' Cotton & WILSON. Factors AXB Commission Merchant, Xo- 3 SlndiMn Street MBHPHiA, rsxx. AGG1NG, Bore, aa4 Plaatathaa SaaaUa farrlakid vwwn mrm rTaM. aaa-cawea A. J. MONTGOMERY, COTTON FACTOR AK COttiTIISSIO JtERC'KAXT, No. XI nadlBB SC , Dft. Froat Kow & Jfals MEMPHIS, TENN. ALL Oettea thiaaad ta an, ar alorad by v. afiar K arttrat. M be eoeerad kr 'l OPa Fancy ef laaataaca, aaleta atharwaw straeted. J3-A M sapaly of Baaatac aad X a alway w ""- us'-aawsoa B. 2f Amnios., c. DEUAcu -i. v. rrcatow, E M. APPERSOK" & CO g&COTTON FACTORS GEO CBBS COMMISSION MERCHANTS, AR ... . T k. A- iiu. w nwii now aaa o je ner son srreec, rilemphig, Tcun. I17K are aaw In ro-ipt of a Unte slack of Sooda, eaa V V (ttac la vart cf Keataakr ffuzi.nr a-at ..,.. d haadepen Ppe. . lrt, Braartie.. Wbtrky sad Wlaat. t-BBrtber wuh a aaaaral aad .l iu,t or urccen w waiawo are aceMC dally. !r eererBl itrte wba Se-wn la oanuit amiir.r .irmiwunrqanin aa.i ansaiar pritl ia aad he. Iu.. We kit- a 1 tfe nre-Proai Coitui Waiehea, d- ui.wjw,.t . .rr saauiaw. rarricaiar aBaansa ylrea t hwIbc aad trOta IMtoa ra thai street r sr aktaawet rr alorlae aad M'&u aenu: ai lac aad thtaatoc ax eeaia par oaie. Wakeapaaooen TaUcytrin araaco.bat win taaan aoCotloa ta ttoreicantst Ore aele taetracted ar 4- AH Oattaa caaalcaed ta hr (leaaaaoat win he la... ed aateat sfeebled la Ike U.I o- ladsae. Sa faaaarasea rtBsaraa enewaere. E. s. ATPBBeOK & CO, y d.wta Dissalntion ( Cs-PartHershin. rpH3 firm of S. W TSaKOX & Co., I tkl day ills JL aolrel hytaatu' ccaaeat. S W. Varus oai. bo. iMaatharized tense tbecaaMaf the Srat laMoajdabV,. Tbe b. baad note wmb. 'Med at tbM stead. Xa.C rroat now, ween a- w v.raoa wfl aatraa taaeaei aee aad at t'l al aaatia pertalalac la '.kr firm ef S. w vecaaastco., aaethr-atd Srat of TerarJ. Bryaa a 3. W. YZBHO . MeayiiJ., JaaeJI. 18SS. O. WILLIAMS, lone U-daaAs S. W. VERNO N. t-ui-rui rjLiTZVU.. COilIJIISSIOX ASD FP,rASDISK SlBlirjUAST, No. 6 Front Row. over Meacbam&. Galbraith'e, Memphis, Tenn- JoaSA-d.w B V. OOODIXTT.. W B OOOBIXTT. GtOO&ZiJETTiV V& OTTOK FACTO Rgif BEfJSIVIKG, ASB GCNBSAL C03IHIKI0S aiURCaASTS, BSALEBS IS Bagjng, Hops, aaJ PlaataiioB $ufUx. NO. 35 FRONT ROW, MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. lylS-dawSs rr. i. war Borria. ,a. WEBB & EUFPIN Wholesale G- a uitii 7a Xa. 3tC Main Streor. Keep cenetaBtly en baad a cboiee let ef GROCERIES & FISeDUCB. Akv. Ike aaaat knaac f Bagging nntl Rone! All of white, thry paaasee to MB Ox f. fat, lygdawaai Bc....axw-TOK reu....jt. e theaswxix. F. LAKE & 0., COTTON FACTORS ASD COM JIISSIOI7 MEKCH AKTS, aa. totrrii sidx Unios Stbsit, ItlilPJIS, TkWX i BAOSOie, 3ip-s .Ld l".iBi:tor r3Ta jepjaas fartutad at th I , aar-tfe3 nIM Set riaerat ik adraaowiSlSg? Ba0.aa OMtoa at tttr are a. Oar cause far it - aaa hSBbc Cot'ta tea aim, iheretree,t. Baikal.. .wjl-Um&m H2NBY M DASIEL & sow. COTTON FAfrrORs, COJIIIISSIWi ASD FOMFiKBIXR MERCHANT S. Su. 40 FrHt Rem-. UI. CGritMi TtllTBliI 13 t.. tmr By tvtr. W D0 oreiM b, oai ipcapellaToflafaiaBce: abi.ar,iau ure n?ai me waaa ta i in.iracteaioiiaB! T. -' orrre nu,-.u Q.I.N . .ff M ,aJ c4!l r rc3e.ffbVpreSito attetded ta j aed an inatmetlaBs filtia ete4 rsllT solicited. Jyls4wisT IS5S. Great 1S3S Ejtstern Bonte, TIA3 nj bT. LODIS PACKETS AXD ot. i,ouis, Alton and Chicar?o BAILBOAD. Th Bbortest and most Direot Route To all tfid Baateni Cities ani Principal Ports ur U A3 ABA. JL TKxpta ia the saat. via SunMuiM a-.. 5. v.. fM.7alh. Puwum tna he Loata Wkr-7 SaiuTrt nJ-" aaazus. rutrm.rllii.iir - - " - - - MTO,- MM XMth laaafaaaa thaaoal .tr nr U Gn',i Lakea K 0.1,,1(11,11..0 . ',v ii. Km -vian aatextrseat Ut m ... V..-. .1 f U Tirr.lT mm ., n , . avto wm tas AJsa'OAS axd ti-jna Kim urtKai GREAT NORTHERN t EASTERN MAIL, lafarsatloa near Mn, ta- a . v . arHeufraaa - jaaaaro WTO H W1LUAIU CO., Aseata, Fdt lae 1. i'"ai. ACesaMs, tr-nr AU" 4a4 stajaad. tflH&slfjsipjrt Central RAILROAD. NWT oa te Water Tea, 71 stai tuih tt th m Ili'sSSlVaaii'aa S' an" ar aaa jemauia snetnoa ; 30 milee lea .taztac fnai eeate.,, jatrapa, thaa bt aey XhTr roa. UB aa traa mtm 7aler Tafcti at 9:IS A at., arrive at the Jaacttoa S.M r. at Haraac. ye Jaacttaa at t r. tt., antra at Wat r V Day at 11 r. x. euaae ntsaa; with Slaia CV.. a fear her aataaaeb tor Caaaerill, 8rea4 Cerrabtaa. Leitae- t J imi ntkmm' SUIIon aa the eoathera anlaHaerkae alaiaabr. Oain TLurj ua.m wiu n .. trata aa wtrs ittun JassaMoa X Co.' it Jar U2fi' -tti'-f,f11' faaa Keaday. Trrmealay PaMeasanlerany polaA aa laa llteikili,! that BaBroad yB akMKi take Un ..w-v i,rM.-,.u. . th Xenpass aed CaarHxtea Babroad ta eaht eaae Beet,athi h the aary trsha we ewe-et Ttb frB SnashU. 'aeeaamaalactoVeaasM aaaaeet wtta the JfesI " I Bnrpar-Bd Cturiattaa RataW aad ar re a-, jfcatpht at r. a. r.ftm tt patat Sath of 'vralee TaBey, ta aaaM War aad aetaakhn. wet - ir.. IATIOX TRA1K aa laa Wtamal aad S.rwa a- road, tae'fear Vaaiahi at 10 30 A. k a. 8 feW-Uw TV ALL. ft S. B DIRECT ROUTE TO Northern Texas. QTAGB3 iaav Saiaa,' juaaaaii (VlatUHkM rla etlyerOaavtaa te hoar, . p-IUy i the an- naaetasraa. Art Throarh la N BBUHKO At 8TON a, Aseat. ftaUfi' r.iBdn Jflemj?his L Mempliis Course. rpHB KaenoTvrtka X aapat Oar- win (carateane a. w ie isia oetaaer, MSB, aadcuamiaa veda-. las aweepttakes hr dMed with the tOawlac aacrkac riBaT DAT Tbeat, OereeBa W. The Walbar a par three year, aaa aatrnoM $M Sarfeit ; arl'i heat. A r Blaa awre ey Bfer rarla Btaaet. S yean old. h. Paltktra' Fvtoeii aan by Obervfer. D. AV K. Gmmi wlai !..! A. mm. - . d, laaper-'d atasap. Jae L Bf ad!r bbk chaaBt colt by lap ffiee cee; dan. Mary Lew!, ky lamp. Aederey Ala., aay C'.:r Sea Chll.a by iatp. 6lwaM da. Browa 1 My, ay BiraiiBirhaai. K V H.rrer Searptsad, 3 j.araUc&it ky tea Torkhir ; dui, Blaakoy, by Maetkt Joha. T 8. Mj.aaBaea ahettaat ear ky late. 8reve dtat, B-tkt, b, rraak Ala. ramlBat r. by Mrd Beataa, das. Silly Joae Akea, bay ally ay kse. Seaaueck, the lam of Llttk Carrara! ' JaatrsJaekaiB Baaaat akntaat eK SmX'. by laaa Atataa; aai by tats. Ahaderey. Aha, hhKK cett M.it Teaar. by AthaaBi daaa, LUae. ky BBS. Lertathaa. W. Rrmetnaxasaea Lamaaruiiam aten ni.nr.. desa, Jaae Vataa. Aas, chntaat OOr by AIMub : rUai Bedora. INMae day, Ja kay Craa, pnrM tat Baroo mtm Vaa. BSOOflB BAT WaamaaeiAT, Octosck so. w year M ataea, daaa of ee aaka, $aM: put Ar- feli. Thaa B. PaaaeaxerT aaa hay aalt by baaerled Terk-ah-n. o mt Saliy hfergaa by latparted BuaetptM. w.nvrmm aaaae iwe year oex can by TarbaStoa. oa-- mt Neaate MnHell. T Calaa aii 2 yaM M eaaatawt aK by Glaeaae ; dass. Baaors Lave V, ut-.haa bat Odaaa aaaae. hay aay by AIM a; era, Baeetefepa. Ja Jatkaaa east chMtaat aay aaay Beas, by bar AasbB'Mdcfi , a.aWaadtfaaaiaBBkiitaat aaU er Beeaaait eaat bykanr-Seaeea. Saaw day. Jockey Crab, para: $ea, bbbb heats, IlaS. rmBO BAT Th vmba v, (kcTaasa SI. TbeH.rpr atak. tar IpirM, $10; ties two aSn em L Bradkry Bacr awr ally Sea Chiles, by baet ' earn. Browa ElUy. by Blreiant .X3t ray aaaat rt Ba,ry Boe; daet, bb- pat aad Ml i kkatk aal Kb walk, hr Abe, Ba Ptaa, hay aaiy by eaaveT Laen WaQaBSB, ky awereei , rh.ilaat atly ay ABjtt; Cui, hrewa St. Ba OX hallo Aha. hark rail Ifai V. by AlBtaet aaaa. LBae. Tm Koets aaa by t y by hprtd Skaaapaok, the daa af LtUktCarparal Alt. Bael rakUac by these Boaaoo, il. aaJy jae. W. K Xarper aaaer Hevpiaad, by caaurird Tack-aktr.-i daaa, BUekry by Xaetle Jaha. POOBm bat TxiBAr. rcrasn t. Jeekay Ola, aaree $, iwe BrOe beak PIPyH SAT BAVaaaAT. OcTOBBn M. Jookey Oia, para $!,, an aane heaM. AeilkeKrlktlWr.oiaiHra'ltlMtl.luM.la iw fan aiaoaat ot Jockey Olah pane. . .. . t. RnvKPrHS, PraprVfcw, J"n-aH Xaepala. Taan. JDissoltitton. TBB Spa f Morrfa At Ward, B IT. Xm aad B O Ward. Is --tij dae diaaolna t TaeM 1-u-laee.wM. hoMttledbr O. C. Wr4. Bad laof aaaebbrl t aM rrn will take natter bey am pay n. Ulakl. . . . . . ... . . . . . . - not, 'mmtm or laoy wi a taneeita ey law. B W. HO Him. JalyaSth 8SS. D. C. WA3.B yle3S0 Firm. WX. XOBTON At O. O H-ABB, baa UI day a . aUted tlkw wtrr toceibrr. at tbaeM aUadef Vwrkx A. VTird, vnttr tee atyfct if rHKi Jt Ward, far e parpen ar aaeaf a peeeeM Whalmabi aad R-tiH rtlT Ov OIg hOMB. warra tar win h. obd ta taeernaaMrroa rtteB. aad lb pabitc ta-rallr. snr- '"T f pariariy waned apaa, lac Ma a Good a the heat -. jh-" BOBTO-V 3t TVABD. MM m ROPE! W hare ea heed a large arBty of Z . "W ARE) AKB xwt i tke seat sraads of Eeap BaglBg. Alao, a larse riock mt tke heat & AC HIRE ROPK. both at which wa tear w kiwU tee ird Oreatry Xerchaau aad riaalar futttoK the oU. facth yaiBw ef la, rat ta their epply, weald da wall to eaU oa , ai w tta we eaa auks It te tV-4r tBter,tto da u. STRATTOK, HCDATiTT At 00. LINKHiLTJSR & BEO. WOOLU BVMt retpertfaly iBrlte th au torlioa .1 tbeir cataer an-t the pabli ft ra araeral la tbett itoct of Northern aiade L. r Lr a Ckatleea, Mtwrt', Bey' asd CbB- area i BHTS AD SHOES. Select J wt-hareal are h; oarMtre hi NwTk, aad u of the Boat btatertal aad WorkauMalp, la tea. xrcttae with oar Xaaafaclared Work, U rf which we wfll e-.t cheap for cash. Proaa oar fearttea years' .x peckwc H thnltBe f battse la HeBspbl, we hetleve w kaow i he wat at the ceamsaKy. Al. rrpa on week haecht eta Msalrad witbaei. itIh chart. rieHTe a a call at oar New9aal.Ne. Ht, Xabt at-eet ra t tide, beiweea Moaree aad Ualaa. aai-iw LmcnapBR jt wu Runic F. Hill, uuo a itr. ur a n ii. rtrtt fc. Mil? f e- i r- -r- u r- , a n iwoiary s'unnc. COXJIS5IIBK of Dee4, CoaB)Hrta.r ef Oeart at Ckatrae, gBH'il gae CoaiBilwloaer. XeBwak. Teaa. 0ac eeta 'reel 8 a. H. to 9 r. M. Alteatiea given te the a-kaowledfaBeat er Deeds .nd ebkar laattaawairf wraaaic, at aad aet er oaeoe ; to tbe prepa-ta: f Deed aad an ether tB-traawats ot writ tag; ia the t.kla f FefwatttoB to be and fc th eretal State aad Terrl- oarkt ; te riutuklnif Xatea aad Braft. IhTetwa- in fin Mbit eaaaarttae. aad pre, tin rskir hr Mds hmr wtthtot tbe jiterraptia et th mat Aceseau aad ante far eettaelloo erisM W. t tw. -Au.m v-.. t ,v.. i -. .... Al Z VeUait a kpb gs - J-. r . E. TREG13WZA, PBACSiCAI, CDTTES AKD BOOT-Jf AKSK, who wm auaBeaeteresll erders at Kew Terk arkes. wrk warHeted. Calf Lsa Boot, aewed U er. .too 'ro.wuusiws.rnjH, (ag Laag Beet, (footed) lewed, 5 rn Lsa Best, (feeled) peeaed. 4 00 LaeeSaee. , M Lose Boot, (h,if-blil aai heeifdl 1 CO Lone Boer, faalf-aolern . ,.t n US SIalat,bttreaFoplaraBd Eicbisra t. declf-l, 6. K HOLST & SON. BaTKaBMUCTaaKiPeV Mtaces daaOate Waeaaa"'" U Boaera Jaaxa Jaehaue Bsaats ttleaeoe: daa Cabinet feerOMTrV JIXTa I UiWERTilkB, Hain-Sc, Old Stand, bolow Honroe. i' eem ptrnemat ite tn tie dir.) HAJ?.e?ttB,,r 0 aalU Uee ef Patent XHaJUc .kB?m'(Jli". "bleb, they ae aad pat ap air-tight ra IBB beat rsaacer. Ako. all kind. . tt-. 1 ... rmZT. CoTtred CiSBg, wHKb. th. 7 il at a fair price. Orders froia the ceeatry prompt attended to, asd Psr rmBreatada aaa remind, aad rpbolsterlag ezscstod. ' r 1 TcSE CITV TIRP?.JS..fv. S OPBK BTE3T XOSNTKG from s aatil 9 JL where Ike rSestllcte lick nay reertTe, gra- ettoaily. raruxsca aaa argtcat siustasca. Tbwe wnbtac lacra relvea er rUhtTsa racranated caa bare It daa bysppty tcs. PrcrsptEea '" . j. a. LOTB, X. D. nniv-ir B.. ft 7ATla. ir. D. Common Furnltnre. 4LLklns.et CtmxenSayns,, Wuiitaadr, Tables, BelitraCj, Ctslzr, 4c Tor aal by 13 xcxuonr k. co. VOLUME IX. NUMBER X 66. July 10th, J858a ANOTHER TeDUCTIOIJ CHARLESTON I SHil WreigJit JLines.9 THUOOOH RATES Pfifl YORK. ' 1 Memphis, Tean., Axa Toseambla, Ala,, B. M-a-K-, CHARLESTtJX AM SA?AaVH4 Tile fltlloirli, niTBtaaa!" BanTeM. VA aaaaaa wSarraaa at oiikmm -m. iinpip saajac ire? vm Bar k : V Tea rem can. err tee j siwa awl, - w ThaNrOl-, j yj "Me, lata, " . I as aaaa! Baa. - a -M CUs, IlaiIeR h tke stare newr c: - o . i .... Fa. Beaka. aaa at.ur.itM a iw . a.. , w , vaxvaoa anaal tt oar au;prrn, na7ea? . "ecu, r illiail la Ckaa f aek--. L-1 r..,.m : n-M bmm. aad Laoktaa O.u. r ,tf, (M owats'ruaTck amaailBjaiJI. Trrw .nl,,. - - V?."T ' r'y. maadaVtaaaaUfyara, .."l..rZ.i"-riw"r- rratrpt ilea -- " . j ream anr "i naaiar 2-eet B a.-, aad Caaaar. IBI.U inAa Asm -. ail a i aaa aara, jt.ol la aary caatrass. atu. aates. srsntAA i aad iSer ;urs; jrttrii-. B, nta acrt, or uiac ariilj, wfll to .i rn t cja i ,JV. UraTMaaadCaarSBton raad be. - p-,- i. aii a. ca-t or ' TnnwnHi. aw rj--trl Ba'ir ... mneah Or- rata. J kaaaeeal in Charleataa. ikaald k Aaeat at alh Caratm- BaBra. - a. L Aeoau tt Bew r rt: SKXXT Tnakn Aara arteeljsa. WBBBBaaa . . a. aV TrnsLaV Waa wai caaarrunv ----- aad iaraloh 3 sxcriury attjaiBi taf.nsatk,a. I Saaads atj; B-.t K rB al Bar I rayaiat ga Cwtann arorrpBy rati tr ae I - - -" i mm.u is roarer aay. i I wtB paji fci tbmm XJ It I enl-iSi- in i ru . . ... I aairw ae ajeai to ma asp-nee' aaaae af tae I I r w auen.uftea, hoarser tha the mmr, mbmj w ne-M jr,,9 aaa raBe . "J w ABBBBSniS. Seal jkjrat, jT-tt f o A44'ta. Xa.hlBa. laaa A.al.iieaa r,, NEW YORK k CMAMSS5I01S TKAI SHIP ZAXSU Tiironglt Tickets ra-'X aioi.tp.rnerv, Ala., to Ne Tork Atlanta, Ga., to New York mm 33 W AHtuata, wa , to Hew Tork .... Caa h ta: lj vi kalteaM IhaXaUroed. tleht at th vir.t. VJe-ar TOBX APTD CHAKLSTQJf 9k. j i waaei v. a. Ferty.KfRlit X. OtHAranA. ir , XASJSTTIJ B, OWW)--. .... JA5. AM SB. UCe laaa.... XABdntr. nee u--, .... S?2!i"'lW',rf,T"T wBBMJkflBAT aaa UH- vvwm. wavi waacr. The niaaaijh'p, were an beat capreaaly rer thjaaaav aa aMy. tpeat and ew far I, are aailalkal aaaa Teat aaaaaikd w-.th arery laaarp. alt r.a aaat 'r, warroi newaliB ay tasa aaa Tor lie fbt r taaiaae. asaly to anaaaaaail HBB ST WlaaBOOB a. OO. . Caraer Zaa; Eay aad Adsar'a Boath Wharf. Jyll-tf IM mmu R81TE. rpHSOCwrTroT..-.-bo. J!-ls pp! toXwOr X lean. U iWi:.i in tw.iy hoar aad a half, ky way af the Soc-' r ru ij la xw Or I. n. Jaeaa aaw Great Xorthrre BalliW.'. Tkacbeapett aad aaMtea pedUlBBS axt frn Ttckakarg to Xmw Orlesa Prom aad af-.rr Wi daf, a- Bxraxsa rzanaaa TBAiawuiraca Be paMera lUflroad, wkkak wet kaara Ttokaaui duiy at a at. caaateuaB at JeeBeaV with th rtE froci Caston e-r y.a Otleaaa at S-SO A. S'stiT" by ihl tt.la B arrive la Xtw Oriaat a Ratawilac. wi!l !riw Jackwa. ibbbiiIbh wttk tae trafe tram Sew Oitoae for Csateaat fcW r at . oad wfll Bnralv-k.bBrii atTSBp. ss th trkp by th. tr .'.a to be faaaa VowOvSaaaaaa TVabarB. will ar rd th' creator part ef the paar ba darSbBB. aaid at tin.- often ks 1 JfTBS OF PAJUS. PrB ThhSlajs ta Kiw Oricaa.... ChBli i a tkr. e yv are. M aad aader, rrn e aed ap lo tw-le year of aaa. aalt fan a - Bretar saaeeBcrr trata was tmt aaaaLiaa Bai TVck. r mi, a-aa . at Befbar. try allra wUh tha tor Bet Blind eadCetfr Ofa-i atdtat r. ml hahaar tvpet aad (rnriag at Jack aoe sea mm wsiB rao traTrr mmx'-v Ortria fer OaataB at Btat a lbMrtcJackaeaatS:a p tt . waBarrteeak bwlBB lpat at 8 . m , oMMKcttBg with aba daay Ikae at (taaaa BM-llamani j . Ala. - Brtaraia.wUlkaT-Morton Depot at Stab a Ba.,ae rtTta at Jackson aad em.itertrM wfia ii.- - wawx RTwaaraaaiMasiA H.. aaca-etB ia ayg-eae ear- at Seltaa' Depot at S M a. mrrtm TRIIHUSBC IIS A- M. . . O WILLI Aata, lwKtttt eeal aerbrteadaat Boathara BaOroad. Shortest, CMemp- JSXXtT 3XPJ3DITIOTJS moxm. TO ALL KASTEK.X Ju ATlaA3fTIC CTTTES. TU MEMPHIS AND niABLJKTON RAILROAD. THE reeeat toatpl.tlon cf tbe Bast Teaaeiso aaa Tli BtatsBatlrosd (area one great cod solid. toC, street aad ibIIbbb raflway raat treai MtarpaiB 'a WASHINGTON CITY, JiALTIMOsUt. nsw roirr, AND INTERMKWATK CITIJbS. 300 Kites Saerter thaa aay etker ty Tmnfk Wtik,,, Ctfy fa tew i aaaeremaear 0antlB eartaba aad ta deb ae aeTaaaajBS aaa aaparserny ef lata over afl. nee aay sera appro BMrd y tae HJdrr oyncB Bsr Ajmux b anrdtag te X the Great SoKtwera Uallwa Stote Mali. Hetlrcty throafb slar filkiwy. Xe aaaBBaaaa ar la keta: aeceprsad ky Mrraata. im vary jtaareay aeeie fraai taw ; aad to all ib -je-Icbralad bbb'1iii waaataec TaaaaBeaa aad Aewxta, I b, Ike Xaipad aadCaartnaaa -"- 3f dryiiyer thresh beaaafal aad aaarth aatoyMt BwJeniK Bataaiata senety, i iiwbiiiiJIblL i Throarh k-stu, at reeer-4 raetTaahtU SEW YORK, . PHILADELPHIA, BALTIMORK, WA8HIWC-OM, IC JONB, CHARLESTON, PBTaTeV SAVANNAH, U ' COLUMSIA, AUGUSTA, NASHYILLB. MtOXYaAAB. ATLAKTA, LYCJ. CHATTAJCOOAJA. MONTGOMKKY coLCTfiwrs, - Mb- YntemriA VptBfj. TfteBet taain. im a w.. I ia. laajai aaa i u.ia . .v.. . iS"3 XAAL VBAIat . atS r u , -tTtTln n, .n . 'any THB AOrjOXXODAnoaf vauav . k IAUT (except Saedepe) at kStja a "" 'Z. V rviMTadJwtirTZJ:5 ''Be- ereioeaeaeRaaa Jsactior raetoad. (SkaMhU - JT I " I . . V!" ' r. ala at Braad Jaarlaai a. ... wiia a eajay uee at I Aon ra. nha,,, e . to the ovr I BMBB KBa HobW mA Alu m... . - 1 i bar- w.w M I ..'?frLI!if. :h,r' aa saa SB. l TZ t WUJ " rarTBO 1 - - - It. 1 , k . .. . 'O'1. BMest set rieeedraa aiee i!e er a ax-sK tko (alMl tu W.irk tvr i . Vl. I tat they an to tra-rel ky rail,, ad, or the- wm S" earrtsd. 3fa ittok . toU laW aoTwrS. it tt- aaisii ibiii sensi m - est or kaown to the Ttokat Aamt, Ooazlort!' penea to reach fer geembwaea f aemuT Sapertalrodart Weatora Ptnato,",. MISSISSIPPI AND TENMEstEE RAILROAD CHAJTGE OF SCHESBiS. - 1 rp-iaat et - rzcepted : The Xan sad PasreagerT-alB wfll ken Piaati.l.a 7 A.M.. aad rrtr at Xeataat at 19 a. H. SetaratK, leave XtaiphM at 3 r. si., aad .v... . Piaola akS r. tt . awe at To PrelcM ad Aceseuaeeaiiea TraJa leave Vi.,!,.. aSy t 0:38 A- sr.. aad arrlres it PlBola at l . XeafOKlt r U. -rmil Per3 traTsttag ea the HaH Trala eaa stand bears la Xerapals asd rttnra ea tbe icme a.J PuNiir Train r,.1m iMmm .. - aad the Xeasal asd Ohio &iBread gate ItVrca The Preight aad Aeceaaiedattea raaa m rnnart Unu wtta otase. teaaarrrmtae foSowtac pbuee: 0tlBd Prestoa asd GrecaJa, there mating rnniinlBiii iu Stare taroagb CanoBtoa aad Leztagtcni Uesee to tWi aorttera teraial of th XKaliMrpI Cintrtl a.-. Z Caa tea, Jactssa asd Xew Orieas. r Tbl, 11 asch the aborteat root.- aad . lag Xeaahl by the moraUx trala arrrre ataeWrif?ir use erearar. tarlaa rulah w . " recada the fasii-tf l Ta., ii t urn tar B RMstW y wh Iratt Traaa BhKaaa B karrera aV a i laa a-.. - - .. . lataS; aaraCaataaaa rBBeayaa, haS ears. zWkLF a. warray, ea. a. Adasaa, a. . V. J. Paatar. da. aasjrasaaBBBB. B-ixi aaz i er --r" Iirf0lf t- - .-jy -e. ' s" e. :afl esc ii I mum ! llS - I - - -. a.