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1 1 APPEAL-. T2XDAT K02MH0,. OCTOBER 1, 1S53. Largest Circulation in the City. Official Journal of the City. BeadingMatter on Every Page. Tko Cheapest Paper In the South 1 In Coselieration of the Incrraaerl nnA .(ill Increasing patronage of the Memphis Appeal, onder the cash system, the proprietors have determined opon the redaction of the subscrip tion price of their weexly paper. For clubs under tea, or single subscribers, the Weekly ArrCAL will hereafter be fur- mened at 52 50 for each copy. To clubs of ten and upward it will be far nlshed at $2 far each coor. When we consider the mammoth size of oar weekly inpreisloo aod the vast amount and variety of the readise: matter it contains, it may jnstiy be claimed that, at these rates, it is the cheapest newspaper pabliabed in the baata. Crabs may be made np ia neighborhoods without respect to post offiee. Any person sending us a chtb of twenty, at tae foregoiDf rates, will be entftied to receive one eesr trratit for one vur. filet rluh an be rewirfl from year to year on the foregoing terms. Address McCuuf ahTkousdalk & Dill, Memphis. Tennessee. Osr coantry exefeiBges will do us a favor by tinagxais notice ose or two insertions. First Page. Current politics of the Timet; The Illinois Campaign The Closing Speech of the DUcaestea at CbarttsteB. Fourth Paqe. Selected Poetry To the Ocean; The Tournament; The Comet; Nov. etty in Strip Baitding; Miscellaneous. ASCIEKT LA5DKAEK8. It bas always been a fundamental principle of tbc Democratic organization to allow th party ia each State to select its own ea&diaatt" tree frata outside interference sod sMctatloB from aay asd all quarters. The Democracy of IIMaais, la pursuance of tbis Ume-hooored cos tons, sact ia Convention, iadorsed (he course of Juape Dotsslas, and selected him as their can didal far re-el fct km to tbe UaKed States Sea ate He is tbe cbalee, sat of a eliqoe of office tkaldars, a baadiai of betters" nor a rucked caoeaw, bat e-I an evrwhe4EalB aMjority of tat Democratic people of HHneie. Upon what pretest or catering of right, then, does tbe Waohtagtea fnien aadertabe to interfere ia tbe leeal eieetioas of IllttKMS, aad te dictate ta tbe people of that State wboea tbey shall iaaasrt? Is K Betjaa icapadent aHumptiec, wMeb aay well startle tbe people, aLd which sboaM call down npoo its aotbora tbe iedig naat rebate ef tbe press everTwbere ? Adfcrt for tbe like of tbe ergtuaent, that tbe pe trtiaa of Dweus aoes aot salt tbe pecalia views af tbaee wbe fartbe tiate beiag control tbe Dates' cohuaas ; daes tbat affect tbe rigbt af the Democracy af IIHams to select ibrir am eaaaWitas, ar watraat tbe later fereoce of a paper eatslae tbe State ta defest tbe papula; wtH? Let ae brieaj tbe ease aearer bene. Daring tbe last saber Materiel canvass in Teaneseee, Ammmot iottx addressed tbe people in ra naaa -parts af tbe State ae tbe candidate tbe Beaaecrattc pwtr fee tbe Senate. Soase of c view were dfateetefa! to a portion ef his party, and to away la this Congressional dleadat Me Wbtte doctmie, ae Jt was teraed, was eeftecteJIy repagMat gupf aae K bad beea tikewtse odloas to tbe Washing toe Cat aad tbat paper bad aadertakea to later fere and dictate to tbe people tbat tbey aboaid select tceaebaay ebe as tbeir caadidate, what weald bave beea tbe reeak? An indignant tboat wae4d bav arieea free Carter to Stelby to de neaate K. Yet a precisely sfatUr state of facts exists in JHmmss. No wonder tbea tbat aa eabshteaed pat lie eaattmea ?fwi loafar to' eabaiR to aa aatrage spaa tbe pee. pie's rbjbU ca anjast aad baaiiliatMg. Tbe prees ts bijgbtninc to eaeak oat. aad it were weH far tbaie wba waald aveed a wttbertag i rebate to ktvttrt. Tbe people know tbeir right, aad kaawiag, bare maiataia them. THE TW8 FBIEKBS." Oar facettoas neigbber of tbe JtmUmdt, eceeotoatllj grows weary of twanging away oaMapalitteatbarp af a single string, geto stent f tbe "btoed and carnage" Uh which be baa dyed e areaa hi tbe desperate " war " be baa beea wagteg agalaat tbe baabe a war tbat bas m btttag type in history, except la tbe celebrated UK ef Boa Qnxete agaiaet tbe WbadealB, wbereaf Csbvaktes fnraiebetb a rbraatcle af abe doughty deeds ptrforajed, as aka af wbat befal tbe Kaigbt ia tbat terrrfic eaeaaaaer taye astde bis helm aad caeaae and laace, aad betakes bimself ta atore congenial paraatts aad pteasEster occoaaUoae. In eae af tbese nneds ear nctgnbtr, yesterday, wait ed forth lata ibe aawery aelds of iaMgiaatfea aad aeeaeed biiaeelf awbile by gatberiag a iuafcliagty arranged beacjaet'of badiaage, wbtcb be teag to bis readers, tied ap in a baif eot aeaaejf fiarbi f aafareaade and loosAogic, li aeled, "The Two fsiE-fM." Of caarse aar aeigfabor desires to be aader stead as spsaktag i a Pickwickian seaee wbea be Mf s tbat tbe EvllHt aad oarselves are "tadUnstably weddd together." For if tberets a siagte petat af faith opon whKh we are sat dtaaetrtcaltr appeeed to ear dtemfied aed regpeetable cateespe-rary of tbe BvtUiin, we have yet te be iaferated ef it A glsnce at its eolBMao ysetorday aigbt have satisfied ear Mmim atreet aejgbbar tbat no each alliance, exfcta. Tbe Xoltatta, with its eUoag federal-M-Hae-wWg-anH-deaMcratic preclivtttes, tabee every occasion to MaMest its bestility to Dinoeratic prieeiples, and chuckles with iNy Baaegaltd deWgbt oeer tbe reiaottit proe pect af a split ia tbe party. The 3vttrtin bseM we are Democrats, aad although we do aattbtakK Beeessary, Hke ear aeigbbor, ts keep ewearieg ia real JVIIcawber stjie tiiit we w "sever desert tbe Deebocratic party," tbat paper feels weH aesared with whom it wM'hare to coatead, in tbe straggle which, we belt seepeet, it is preparing to enter iato ageiaat tbe Deaoeratie party. Bat we de net tatead to take oar Moore e street neebber's haiinzge to oarselves It teaches net as, bat was evMeatly btteadefl for the itobKia. It taw a bard bit to remind tbe pehHc af the eniraie cendwie betweea tbt'Jtt- laaaV and tbe Batte ad &n fairer. And tbea to de it in seb a prevekieg saannrr. To pAiat twetaH boys etaadtag a araeed wtth long straws ad saytag : settBv Uaua. McUiaw, a. Tee tkkoue, Mi, tat I'U tMtte ym." Aad tbea to ebaw hew tbis amtoal tit ills ties wee proceeding. Hew oar Monroe street janlghbar ktodly wbttewaebes its Mete street prMegt, and bow tbe JZegfc, tbeegh it dlsllkee ta "commend Democratic joertia.li, yet mtkei am "eaxef41oa of to kind patron and does re i talis rr" tadMOU ta its frienda. Hwcj ilim crsel In- Ibe SuUttin to draw a ptrtnre ef the rasriag KennoaB lion, retaraiag with bis raliatgi aMbefeaeared with recent slangb- ter Mat Iftkg loviegly down by tbe eide af tbe Mtotelwocent lamb. It was serf cruel 'I bete is ne 4atas that, bat wby does ear neighbor try to efiVset it by predaimtog aa teMginary aM&bee ietween tbe Appeal aid tbe ButUUrn. It wawH ae, aeigbbor. We eyapethtze with va. Wa knew It borte, bat man all year phBnoaplrjr aedH grin aad beer it." DOUGLAS AT SAE8A. We ebaM peMitb, as seen as we can aak' luba Jei'liilT neae extracts frees an adatees daflamd'badfje Dotolas beere the people ai liaejaeia eeaaty, at Oaarga, oa tbe 14th ro1:at These extracts will bow tbe peepie effbc'-Ieeih dearly who is aost worthy of tfroh'itUBt, Dave LAe or the bandfai ef dieer gaaizers who are setting ap agstnet Wto ia II Iheafc, as the poealiar friends of the Seatfa aai tbetdveeatas of Nstkwal Deeaeeracy. The iestgbt -whieh tbis epeeeh f araisbes lata tbe jMtt hittry of tbese new eeaverts to tbe Na tional Deaoeratie faith, cannot fall to prove highly edtfytag to tbese who (as who decs netTjieel 9- inlereat in the peadeag JHiaeie snvass-teOBBtetwe Uwr anBEabtpf-Borrfbls upon a aatsttoa vaWpr sally Regarded as of vHM interret to tbe Seath, It striktagty fercrole. We shall publish tbem ae seon,as tbe crewded state of oar columns will allow. '. Accide.-tts. A carefal comparison of the Bambec of passengers in the Gve countries which pojsess tbe aast extensive systems of railways England, th United States, Pxdula, France and Belgium with theaumberof those whKeBffitrei. Jeith from railway accidents, awlAila pumoer of &rH1 r woaDded, gives the femwiag resalt: There was one ierson in prreiagf eatof lS,tM pas- 3iB? in Bilgiom ont of 1,61137; pfjHjtiJf ootw . apSliJns This calculation E6&-Saibe purpose- by the Frem3j -A rrlF ..... '.. t tii. rnt.. Ebmhero iexas mtw'aeiwjMi .lwedc Jacob Dnlc!rti;tewiWfci : - -rp - t ..... f.ramf. ana iizic eat ammui i -i livt. xj rate , vas arrcBieo wjrug - s - ? ujo. - a at-. m . i,. - i Am t 'ibdfiJloloi.wita fifty or amy tfroosma "flSgSTdrafts, certificates of deposit, bank ;:;is, lottery tickets, io hi possession- THE BUHKIKG STEAMSHIP. THE pnonABLK rxss or tor b&mbccg rsTKAMER ATJSTIUA. F1TE HUNDRED S0CL3 OS BOARD. The Description of tbc Steamer. THE VERY LATEST DISPATCHES. Fm tie ITew Tort Braid, tlfcnK- The anxiety felt by -all classes ef our citi zens, and especially the German residents of rew xorlc, has neen aouniy increases oy tae arrival of the rattan at Halifax, and the tel. egrapbs which we have received since Satur day. It was supposed by many that the local ity where the boroing steamer was seen was too far south of tbe course usually taken by Hambarg eteamers ; that in order to evade the east correBtof tbe Galf stream they take a more northern coarse latitude 4512 ami toagitade 4103. This, tcgether with other facts, caused a faint bepe to be indolged in by the friesds ef the passengers onboard of the JiMiia tbat she was not the ill-fated steamer. Bat tbe follow ing dispatch, which was received on Satarday afternoon, seems to settle the Question, as here is now noosbt that she is the jfwlrio, from Hambarg and Southampton for New York: Halifax. Sent. 25. Cant Shaw, of the bark Arabian whieh arrived this monitor, re . .. . ... r- ports toat at seven cciecz on tne morBiuc we lotE instant, De reii in wiui an iron screw ateasur on fire, atmarrnllv cf twelve nnnarea tens. She had a gilt crown eagle bead and & straight stem, head raked well forward, and herbottem had red paint on. Her upper werks were destroyed, and the wood-wotK anove ana below was all consumed. Her masts were race aad her aides were falling in. ThefaBoel u- ijvliw an tbe starooan iae, out hi cnur . , ... . . . . . could o: be told. The Arabian pasted raasd 1 the stern of tbe steamer, bat no name was dls tiftgaisbable. She is supposed to have been DBTatog rerty-eigoi uouts. iuc jn aigutcu a brie: four miles to leeward. Coald Bot descry " . rr .1 boats or Segno oc ewieietn id iuc aiBiaoce. HALtrAX, Sept 26, r. jc. Thebirk-fraiion reports that the steamer seen oa fire was an iron serew steamer, of apparently tttelre hun dred tons A gilt crowLec eegle bead was ob served. We were favored with one ef the above dis patches by Dr. A. Scbatte, who received it tram .Messrs. Kunbard. agents af tbe Hambarg Sieera Navigation Company at Halifax. Tbe Jiutria having soch a bgare-Deae:, mere is lit tle reason for doubting that she is Hie unfortu nate vessel. Other dispatches to private parties in this city corroborate the above. Tbe description given makes it almost certain tbat tbe burning vessel was either the jlmtria or Ibtj&pt, while the statement as to tbe figure bead would seem te show tbat tbe former is tbe ill fated steam er tbat ef tbe -f pi being merely a scroll head, nbile tbe -Itulrin'i was aa Austrian esgle. Tbe Jiutria is known to have left Hamburg en tbe 1st sad Southampton on tbe 4lh Inst for New York. We believe she has a red bottom, though her engines did cot work through ber decks; bat the crew ef tbe RttnAcath may bare aistaken ber f once I and its appendages for a walking beam, at tbe distance at which tbey were from ber and tbe heavy sea tbat was rtt Doing at tbe time. When tbe Rttcnktati patted tbe steamer no person could be discov ered on board, or near her, tndtbe supposi tion if that the passengers and crew had been rescued by some ower vessel. Numerous regrets were indulged in on Satur day and yesterday tbat tbe Atlantic Telegraph is not in a condition to furnish us with a list of the missing vessels from tbe ether side, or whether any of tae uoiortaaate passengers had escaped aad beea conveyed ia eastern bomid Ebips. The Jatiria seiled from Hamburg with 49 men and women and 19 children in tbe first cabin; 103 men and women asd 8 children is the second cabin ; and 211 men and women and 30 children si steerage paeeengere making in all 438. Tbe crew consisted of about 100 per sons; besides which she aay have taken at Southampton some 50 or 80 extra steerage pas sengers ; magtn an aooot osu seats. We leara tbat tbe consignees are in seme deabt abeat Ae number ef steerage paeeen gere, ae one of tbeir letters from Hambarg states tbe number at only 220. The jhiftria bad eight nte-beats, which could not detain anything like tbe number of peteeoeet a tbe bad en beard, but as tbe Artbian report that she bad tbe appearance of baring been burn ing for only about forty eight hours, aad, af ter sailing round her and making a close ex aataatien of the wreck, ao signs of life were diecevere 1, or boate, bodies, spars or remnants of raits, there is every reason to Dope toat ev erybody on beard bad been taken off ibe wreck. It seen bad set been the case there would have beea some evidences about the wreck, for we have had ababdact instances of the support of life at sea for much longer periods tbeo ferty eigbt bears. Every vestige of five hundred or six hundred people struggling for life, with boate, spars and materials to bail 1 rafts, could net etberwise bare die p pea red in tare days, nor eves iu a week. The spar or remnant of a raft seen by tbe ship Jmtric, being some five buaored ailea to tbe westward of the scene of tbe wreck -as too far distant to have bad any connection with tbe bnrbinc Jtrim. Tbe bt ig seen by ibe .re6ten some fear ailee to tbe leeward may have tbe paseengers en beard, or tbey aay have beea taken oe by seme ether vessel, peroaps seme eastwara nouna steam ship, in whose direct track tbe wreck vt tbe Jwttrm was found. Tbe passengers aigbt alee have bad a ebance of escape from the close proximity ef the Axere Islands, and tbe fact tbat tbe Gulf cur rents would bring beats ta these island. LIST or CAWS' PABaUMSftS Hera Sondbeim, wife and five children, New Ycrk. Mies Bridget Leeghlia, Kew Task. Carl Nettman, New York. T. EtefieM, New York. Mrs. Julia Ebbingbane sad dnnghter, New York. A. Weisseehera, New York. A. E Weidaunn, New York. E Welsker, New York. Mrs. Sopbie Jegel aad child, New York. A. M. Starmatit, New York. W. Kesentbel. wife and five children, Kew York. Mies Lena Meyer, New York. Mies Minna Smith, New York. Th. Glaabeaeklee, New York. Jos. Hope, New York. Ed. Adalsdorfer, New York. Ed. Bogel, New York. Julius Beech, New York. 8. KMtaff, .Mifiden. J. Bocel and wife. New Orleansr Mrs Emma Vezin and three ehiMreo. Phi la - eeioaia. Hermann Tbortwcke, Phi!aeipbi. MiasTbetese Van Mengerebaasen, Ameberg. Mrs. Anna Paypers abd three children, St. LbhIs- Mics Maria Herkea, St. Louis. Gustav Eeha, Keoigsbefg. Jacob Friendly and wife, Wtttelsdetf. With. StBcbei, Cincinnati. Miee Hedwig Dormitzer. Hamburg. F. Germaen and wife, Heabnrg. Miss Caroline Hewitz, Copenhagen. Miss Heleae Wulf. Copenhagen. Fr. Battels, San Francisco. C D. Trott, Zanzibar. J. B. Maesury, Zanzibar. R V. Durfeldt, Dresden. Ad. Hermann, wife and seven children. Ieaio. Among tbe paseengers are a greet number ef American-German families, wbe have been daring tbe maimer on a visit te tbeir old homes, as alfo several famines en beard.-erai grants from Europe, who are about tryirg their fortunes in the Westers World One f sail; of the camber, Ad. Hermann, ceo tie ts of his wif and seven children. We believe there" are also on board some arlitttt connected with Ullman'a Opera settee, wbo are crossing for tbe eneuine. opera season. Mr. Theodore Eifeld, leader of tbe-PbilbarmaBic Society, is alee among tbe passengers. DESCBXPTXOK OF TBS iCSTEU. The vessel is one of tbe four which coneti tote tbe newly eeteMtebod bns of eteeabip between fiew yoric and Hawenrg, and which are filled respectively ibe jlntlria, the Sax- mie, tbe Borutiia, and tbe H&mmenU. Tbe two first mentioned veseels are searlv fat aim !w of each other, and have beea built at the Clyde, Bear Glasgow, expressly for tbe busi ness in which they are bow engaged. Tbe JiMria ls rather larger than tbe Saxenia, and hence she is able to accommodate a greater naaber of passengers. Her burden ia 2,500 tone, her length over all la SID feet, her width across tbe beam is 40 feet, and tbe d stance from her promenade deck te tbe bottom of her hold is 26 feet. fee Is almost entirely com peted af iron, not even tbe etancheeo being ef timber. She ia rigged as a bark, and can carry a vast amount of canvas. Her aaebinery is on tbe newest, most approved and aeet sub stantial plan, and. her propeller is driven by what is termed bv engineers a. ateac bommer engine. The Juttrta bas fear decks, none ef wined is a scar aeclc iev are a promenade deck, main deck, tween deck acd lower deck, ana each one ef them is divided from tbe one aext to it by a more tbaa erdtaary distance. Her model aad general appearance are more that of a BMaatoth vaebt than an ordinarv steamship, and tbe symmetrical proportions ef we vessel, comnnea wnti the elegance er Ber general appearance as she site up-n the wsttrs, jhuuucc a pieasing tmpreeeiou u( queei.ly gran deur ou tbe ntad of an observer. Her txUmi- an Deerver. tier txltn. led i a elegantly Htdp of ike aVmeenaeW mkt tre-, and every pert of her teg proic 1 oraameatei tarii rmtmtetien of f tkt .fm Irion metre-, ex rnor is nlajntr and iaseefuIU- rnaiilM Her ioternal arrangements arc admirably suited to maintain health and comfort among her pes sfKgere In her firs'feabin tbe stateroom is lerzs, comfortable and cmadiee. It ia richly fur niebed, even to a splendid and sweet toned ptese, tbat contributes very materially to grace one portion of tbe apartment The eb-epir.g room and berth ate got np in a very superior style, aad effectually ventilated above and below. Tbe cabin is well lighted by aev eral large windows, and earb sleeping reom by a window In fTonortlon te its sizt. In the Brat cabin fifty four pateengers can be well areommodated.aeii in the second cabin there are accommodations for 117 passengers, while Ibe steerage affords ample accommoda tion for upwards of 408 third elaas passengers. The ventilation, beating apparatus, &e., are precisely on the .same plan all through the eteimer, and the accommodations for paseen gers in the second anil tbirJriaes berths are as good as those of the first dies, when propor tionately coMMenc. The smoking room, which is on the main deck, is unusually large and comfortable, and r limits ed with a well ar ranged and selected library. Tho maehine for condensing H water into fresh water is capa ble of manufacturing 2,400 gallons of freeh water dally, aad is connected by water pipes wi'h every part cf tbe vessel. In the galley tor cookiCE apegemtets , ate en tbe newest plan. btBfcise afclfig very extensive ; any amount of &is eeeentiai bur lot can be performed iih the grealert faerttty. Paestag iate the wbedtKrate. ye 6wi tbe can jrhe will be en. gaged i& Kiejrt&g partakee to a certeio cxteot of 4h eoLMtjri3rteejmry part of the vttecl .liWucvcywra neni- seaere turning lti&tiz&ti)th 1f profldee' with Ailnit l -Or tSilr " Jlettot gear," of twfaieb nautical ! men ean aprr'date tb advsntrge Thacgb It i would not be easy fcr a visiter to determine I tht there was much danger of accident occur. ring to soch a strong snip, she ts,nevenneieB, provided with el-Utof Frandfc patent metallic life boats, each of which Is capable of " leg fifty persons. Tbe steamer is a very ra pld sailer, aoie to mate minecu suuio u i the power cf her Bcrew alone, lo a smooth sea and calm weather, according to the statement of her commander. With the auxiliary power of her canvas the Hteamer, he belleve.1, would run fourteen knots in an hour on an average. Her engines are 400 nominal noree power, anu like every other part of tbe stately vessel,they are perfect models or improvement, Ducrgtu and solidity. As our readers are already aware, the first eteamabip that crt'tsed the Atlantic was the Sirtur, in 1W0. tan regular iui i steamebips wa sUrted by Mr. Cunard In 1840, and sitice tbat tima there have been lost on tbe stormy Atlantic eleven vessels, mailing an average to eignieeo w "wo eighteen months. Tbe disasters to ocean steamships may be summed up as follows: 1. President 2. Columbia 3. Humboldt 4. City of Glasgtw-" 5. City of Pfliladelpaia Nem heard of. All bands saved. Never heard of. All binds saved, a. Kranxrln 7. Arctic Few only saved, 8. Pacific Never heard of. 9. Lyennals Few only saved. 10. Tempest Never heard or, 11. Aaetrie Prob'y baroed. THKTXBT L1TXST. Tbe telegraph lies between Boston and Hal ifar me rUaMl vpaterdav ; we are. therefore! without anv furUer dispatches. The agents have received bo further tidings. D0TJ0LAS AHD UltCOLS. Fren the St LeeH UetmeUcas. iTs.r i. nnxlblt chance of tbe election of either Mr. Douglas or Mr. Lincoln. Neither will be elected, but some gooa ixauonai um. crat will be tboseo." This Is the talk of tbe few gentlemen wbo have devoted themselves to secure tbe defest f Judge Douglas in Dls re !.tion to the Senate of the United States, Thane ubo use this argument are not fools, and yet there is net it discreet man in Illinois wbo villi say tbat it ii any other than a fool's argu ment if It be not teat, u is ine tuauow con trivance of a Imave, wbo thinks the people can be hoodwinked bv atfy sballdw pretext Torre it TJUrd Party in tkit race. There Is not tbe most remote chance tbat the little squad of discontented Democrats who are making so much ado about the election, will be able to ahow a reinectable force in any toanty of the State. There are but two parties In Illinois; mnetv-fire out of everv hundred of the Demo crats in tbe Stale will vote for RepieaenUtives In favor of Mr. Douglas, and no earthly power can change their determination. It is time tbat the country should be undeceived in this matter. We tell tbe Prendent, if he has any interest in knowing the state of popular feeling In Illinois we tell Meesis. Slidell and Bright, who are understood to have set on this wane that Matt rut rin are aunnoaed to be desirous of break' lag down Douglas, in order to get him out of their way for the Presidency we tell the Washington Us.itn that the Third Party in lllinni. roMiata of broken down, aore-headtd, fillibueterisg peliticians, with as little principle as belongs to the most reckless of such a class place-men, tome of whom ought never to have been oat inDlace nlace-hunters, who are even worse than those in place mendicant stuan-sneakerH. whose all of tbe future de tmiuU. not unon the nreservation. bat on th destruction of the Democratic party and camD-rolloweni. who hope to pick op some crumb tbat may fall to their share in the event of tbe defeat or: Douglas. We av there is bo such thine as a third par ty in Illinois ; .f there be leaders, the masses have no confidence in, and will not trust them. If they are looked for ia any considerate num. ber anv where, the v cannot be found. We say now, in advance of the election, tbat every man who is elected to the Senate or the House, will be either u Danglag Democrat or a Biack Republican not a Democrat will be elected who will not stick to Douglas. We know that the tbinl party hope to elect one or two men, who will serve as so much capital to enter tbe lists against tbe other cjodidates, but they have about as much chance of doing it as they have of getting on the comet's tail and making good their locat, on tlere Tbey have recently sought to delude tbe people with a story, tbat Messrs. CoAy, of Washington, and Martin, of White, elected Democrats, wereanti DjugUs men; bat those Senators have put an end to the delu sion, tbe one by declaring ibat be is for Doug-! las, brat, last and all we time," ana me otn er fiatry contradicts tbe story. If Judge Doazlae is defrateJ In bis return to tbe Senate of tbe United State;, it will be -done by the Black Ilenublicar-s, aided and assisted oy tne few mal-content Democrats, wbo, under tbe lead of Leib, Carpenter, Reynolds, Breese, Cook, and others, are striving to draw off a few honest Bemocrats is each county, so as to gire a chance io tbe Black Republican party to run in its candidates. In seme counties the majority is small either way, and such defec- loii might give tne buck iiepnuncaos a tri umph ; bnt we trust tbat tbe Democrats see the design, and will cast from tbem tbese false teachers ; mat, Between wis ana cue ejection, they will unite in one eolid phalanx ; and then, aided by the benest Whigs and Americane, of whom there are hundreds in each county, that tbev will crash out Buck Kepubllcaalsm, Ke- jeet tbe counsels of these political fillibusters, and, WBetner J iegws may mh ciiw m rac or two occasions or not, elect him, and tbe vic tory will be bailed as tbe greatest ever achieved on tbis eeotinent ; it will be the victory of tbe Union ever seettooansffl a triuupu in wbich all boneet men may rejoice, because it will have broken tbe backbone of the worst party that bas appealed ia tbis country We wish there were men about Mr. Bucban bb vtha bad the nerve and tbe honesty, if he taken anv interest in tbis election, to tell him tbat tbe course which things are takiog in Il linois seems better calculated to destroy the Democratic party than anything that conld be devised by He eaposfnts; tbat It is time that this war upon Mr. Douglas should cease ; that it sbouid not have even tbe eeemirg counter nance ef tbe Administration ; that it Mr. Sli dell or Mr. Bright want to defeat Mr. Douglas, and to put him down wiui tne people, in ad vance of tbe Charleston nomination, tbat is a aetter ef their one, but tbey have no rigbt to hazard the success ef tbe Democratic party in lew, by an unnecessary and vindictive war upon Mr. Douglas, wbo bas shown himself a. better Democrat, a greater statesman and a nv.re ardent lover af tbe Union than either of tbea can ever hope to be Put an end to tbis, Mr. President, ae you can do, and then the Diaatratic party will be a grand and glorious nit, but uolees tbis be done it will be rivea into pieces PUBLIC U0TICE. Trmm tea I Ktl Hott True Drnwait, Srpl IS. BXBOOTITE OPFICZ. BWAMr LtSD DEr-ARTMEXT, Little Bock, A ex., Sept. II, liSJ I have this day received from the authorities of the uatro and fatten ftailroaa uorapany, a cnaanaicatiefi, in which it is stated that litis company will cef csnfender titU to thote Unit wefeft nee Mrcedy or en ttna oy trie, suit as neamp and ercrotred landt, out to ill ftrtgo in lirelv tti eUim to tktm. Under my published " Public Notice," dated 2ttb Julv. 185S, ihe lands alluded to, and the same of tbe purchaser of each particular tract, were designated, the uairo and Fulton Kail road Company having abandoned all claim to these lands, the cenirrt rcipetling tXem it at an end. and iktit vsko purchased then from the Stale at swamp and otcrjlewed Urtdi.'vill not be ssncwe! and cut to tzpcsie to defend tbeir rights to tbeir lauds. If tbe Memphis and Little Rock Railroad Company would, ia like manner, cease to con tend for lauds sold by ibe State a swamp and overflowed lands, the rights of individuals Would be respected: ami the railroad and swamp aad overflowed land grnls could be raor speedily adjusted, and titles perfected and quieted, men settlements and improve meats would be made with coi filence along the line of the railroad ; and the settlers would lovk upon lhis public work ts oae that would promote Ibeir interests isstead of being re garded bv tbem as a disturber of their rights, Tbe subjoined is a copy of the communica tion iroaa toe autoontiec or tne uaire aad m ton Railroad Co-spacr. XLIAB N OONWAT. Orncx Cairo axs Vcltqs B, h. Oo., i Utter Hock, FeeiWr7 I6M T Hie EstttUHtt, B&et N. Oanvty, Gevrraor (J Sir: In tbe schedules of lands claimed by tikis eoapaBy as available for selection under the act ef uongrees or i-enruary a. ifo.1, ai though previously rated as swamp or over flowed tande, uhich schedules were published under tout notice of July zt, isos, mere are senarate lista ef these lands vAteA have alreaiy oreneewttvUe eute. I write to inform yenr excellency mat, in cMaMeration ef toe fact that tue latws in eluded in these Hita have been purchased from tbe State, under tbe presumption that the trans actions were vaKd and the resulting titles rood this company will not contend for title, but will lerege entirely us eiaim to mem. yrj reaptciiRny, jrr wiwrtwri..t. JXf.S WILLI BP, Lm4 Csetm'r Oalre atd riH B Oa. Jty snnberMy nf tbe ExrcMlive Uommlltee, gwD.ck0,s!'CNS-COT'"'i''" Srsxor-LAXB Travels Paooukss or the Otbrlakd Mail. Mr. S. M Allen, agent for tbe Overland Mail Company in tbis city, was yesterday adrtserf by letter of the progress made by the train since its departure from St Louis a short time Moce on tae iBnocurai trip to tbe eoast of tbe Padfie ocean. Hla advices are couUir ed in a letter from Mr. Hutterfield, be President of the company, written from Fort Smith under the date ot tile 19th Inst Tbey are far more satinfactory than were an tiripafd at ihjr setting oat of the expedition. He states tliat the coaches arrived at tbat place at 25 Sunday morning, isttead of 3:30 Monday morn toe, uhicli Is th" Kliedsie lime a gala of twenty-five hours. The distance to i-ort fcmith rrca Tipton, the present terminus of tb Pacific Relkeadnls 476 miles, and from St. Louis over 600 milts. This was accom plished in a little over three Jays an exceed ingly speedy land movement as is apparent from the above date. If other divisions ot the route are traversed as expeditiously aa this one ami the saving in lime holds, San-Francisco will be reached io about twenty-two days from S-. Louis. This Is less than the time cocsuraed 'e tbe sea journey, and if kept up, mast at. tract a large passenger travel to the overland route. The exactions and Impestloo eo long practiced by tbe agents of tbe slram'thip lines ard ibe Isthmus roates, and the disadvantages of climate will be very potrot to direct atten tioh and cajtotn to'fhls new thoroughfare to fat npter borders of ever great Wttt aBpwaBte that Mr BuUertjeld wIHjo . jwurifc? beyond Rut Smith, but re Hira hither from tbat44aeesftr tone tiec- ..J-'-tJ-f'T i, - Murder. At New Lnnan Cimn., on Fri day, a sailer waj foaod lying dead In tbeetwet with a dagger sticking in bis bteirt. HEWS ITEHB. PoruLATiox. The Catholic population of St Louis numbers 75,000. Ikebuats. The corner stone of ad Asy- om for Inebriates was laid In BinghamptoDj N. Y., by the Masonic fraternity. Quarantine. Steamers from Savannah are itringently quarantined at St Marys and the r.Iver ports of Florida. Not Dead. Tbe New York Hrrnld, of Sat urday, had an article headed" Gen. Henry S. Foo'e come to lite again." Large. The Mriatie is the largest ship built in the United States : its length Is 354 feet. Tbe GcxtraX jJdctirali, just completed, bas the largest tonnage, being 6,000 tons. Killed. Two Englishmen fought a prize fight at New Haven, Conn., on Friday, when one of them gave the other a blow over the head that caused a congestion of the brain and killed him. Itititc There are unwards of 5.000 Iallans resldlDgln the city of New York; a portion of them bad a meeting at St Stevens Church last Sunday, when Dr. Cummings nreaehed. It Is intended to form an Italian congregation. PttontrcTivE. An Impretsion prevailed in Penmvlranla. that the canals on the main Hoe of the public works were unproductive, and they were sold to the Pennsylvania Railroad Company, woo naverepatreu men, anu receiv ing a handsome rennmeratlon from tbem. Executed. At Danville, Pennsylvania, on Friday last, Wm C. Clark was executed for the murder of his wife by poison. He made a speech of nearly an bout's length, firm ly asserting his Innocence, and endeavoring to Implicate other partita, ubllc avowing his readiness to die. Texas. From the returns of tbe census of Texas, now nearly completed, it li now ascer tained toat its population win not tan suon c; four hundred and fifty thousand, Marriaoe. The London jlforainr Poti'a Paris corresnondent savs: "According to a letter from Bsrlin, tbe visit of Her Ma- lestv to Prussia has laid tbe foundation of important Domical ties, it is saia mat tae Prince or wales may marry tne rriBcess ct Saxe-Meinlngen." Preibttemak. The New and Old School Preabvterian churches in Bowline Green have united. A similar movement Is recommended throughout the Stale. Fanatical. A Baptist Council in tbe inte rior of New York have refused to ordain a minister because he beloogs to the order of Free Masons. Ltnchimo. The Houston Ttlezrati. says We learn tbat the citizsi.sof Polk county gave the murderer of Mr. Grant, in that count v, the benefit of Lynch Law the other day. He was taken out of the custody of theoiacer, and then undertook to escape, but his flight was ar rested by twenty ballets, killing him on tbe spot Nugget. The Londoo papers state tbat tbe Banx of England bas purchased tbe great Aus trian gold nugget, wbich has been exhibited at the Crystal t'a'.ace, for JLb.Wa. Horrible. Ia Ohio, oa Thursday last, i woman named Schilling, at Groveport, commit ted murder and suicide this morning by throw ing four children, one boy and three girls, the oldest twelve and tbe Youngest two years, and herself into a well thirty-fire feet deep, drown ing them all. She is supposed to have been insane, uie result or jeaiouay. Stenoo rafhic We learn from Urnpali'a Journal tbat tbe Atlantic Telegraph Company are selecting and classifying words most used in communications on different subjects, and constructing wbat may be called a stenographic alphabet of them.for tbe purpose of expediting transmissions; so tbat instead of taking an average of nearly two minutes to a word, tbey already can transmit two words in a minute, and expect, Dcn ttiey nave constructed proper alphabets, wtin competent persons to use men: very much to increase that rate, Persecution. At Aleppo and Tripoli the Maboraedan population are threatening the Christians with death, lae Brussels Ard publishes a rumor from Alexandria tbat the Consular Agents iron trance, Au3tna, in United States and Greece, at Hancbio, tbe ancient Cos, in the Archipelago, bad been as sassinated. The English Consul is said to have saved himself by jumping from a wintSow. gS?" Refer to Speed, Donoho & Strange'; column. tPS" Attention is directed to the advertise raent of " True Turf Oil." It is all It claims to be. flR?" For sale, a small family residence, jaet outside of tbe corporation, immediately eastot tae aiempais a ltd UQarieston depot. A bar gain will be given if application is made soen at tne ArrEALoraee. rftic Traveling Community. A remedy such as Bcerhave's Holland Bitters cannot be too bigbly recommended. To theiraveliBg community, especially, it Is certainly an invaluable remedy ; having little or no exercire, core: ant ly exposed, and subject to the effects of a change of climate and wa ter, they require some pleasant medicine of this kind to regulate tbe bowels. mnstmcnfSo CRISP'S GAIETV. LKSSTtE ANO MtNAGSB W H. CKtSP FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 1. OSr.IT BILLTWO POPULAR PIECES! S CD AS. IISKaitBhercoktrated charaeter if Tom Tog" rathe Bsrlaita ot the WATERXAV, ta which abe wCI alas F03r Fopvt x &eaa; prerloai to wkl:h wH b pretested the creit moral Drama ol tha DEDKXABD. scale or rnirxs. Drett Circle. PirQnttte .75 era It Btksay or Family Clrete ..0 White GaBery .......2S Cot red Gallery .54 Bex Offlos opt a daHy f rm S A. M. lo 4 r. M Altai, tted naaiber of ScatoBTtekettmayte pxcsrtd oa ap pttcattaa to Mr. H. W. Caaalnr, ActlDK. Vaatger aad Treaaarer. ee 1 OLD ENGLISH BOOKS FOR SALE BY rpUHLIFK 07LOBJSKZ0 DJS MKDICIi X Boecce MKltOmS OF C IUK7 GBAM HONTi By Coast Has IHea. TBS wObCS OF DRTDENl now Srat cllected, lBet t rated with Notre, yiitarlcl. Critical aBd BiplaBato ry aad a Li e ef Iho Aatbor, ty Walter Scott, Baq., IS Tett, See copy, rsll tree calf, M.SO. Loadon,IS88. " nit cataQMBd of laagsag wte tmmente. with hla dhd tbe secret of the o'd poettcal diction of Baglasd tha art o! prodedog rkli tBVcta by familiar wetdt. The tooahett aad aiott knotty part, of lanpuc- b.xame Cnc llle at bis tcrjoa nit veraiStatloB la tno at rcanser, ahll: It cat be Srtt model of Ikat seotEeu aad prcda which the f jDowlag K neratMn eetetard to highly, exhibited at tare usn lltae the Utt example, cf nobln neat, rreuSora, (ujd) variety of pateeandca enee Iiowaa,ptrka;aJtbaRreatetef iboee whom wo bare detltnaledas the critical poott " Eiiiburgh Review. NF.IEOHR'S LECTURES ON THE HISTOBT OFBOaTB, from tbe FartlMt 71-ei t) tl,e Fall af the W iWn Empire, edited ky Dr. Leoihard Sc-nllj; recent edi tion, with Aedltiost from the Germaa edlUoa, a ot. 8rt. dgtb. London . NEI301IR'S X.SCTURB3 ON AXCUNT HISTJRT, frtmtbeEarlletlTtmsttotho Tatirig of A'exaadrla lyOcUTlati camptlilag the Httiory of ibe Ailattc Natloet, Bgyptlini, Greeks, Kacadoslant, aad Car ttagtn act ; traca'ated from ibo German edition cf Dr. Mircaa Ni. bahr, ty Dr. Ltonhard Schmltt. wtth Adeiiusa asd Correoltsi, J Toll. 8ro, clutb. London NKIEUOB'S LECTDRBS ON ANCIENT STHNOGRA FHr AND GBOORAPnri oaiprlslni Qre and ber Ooioolw, i pliw, Macedonia, llyalcom, Italy, Ginl, Spain Britain, the No:th of Afilu. etc; traaelated tram the Germaa 'dltloa o' Sr. later, by Dr Levohard Sekm'.tz. with Addltkna ant Correct Iota frcm ha owa MS. Kotrt 2 vela 6vo.,c:oih. BRT H. J. R SS'S NSW GBNBKAL BIOGRAFHl CALSICnoNARTl 12 to a 8fu , ca'f. as,c 0, ooa laloaonr 10,000 Antdes London Tbtt baa been tnoat careralty ed:ttd asd compiled by able asd tx erleocd wrttert la every tpirtmtnl of Bl otrapty, aad It intended to 'apply a deccteeey la ear III erataro wb'th ht no; existed etnoe the compel I jn' of "Chalratre," which, after a lapeeaf forty ears, hat become near'y obaotete. Iblair.ik,frosi the great va rkty ardexlewlTc raxge cl ltt con trots, mstt bo ac knoaledgea at a most InTilaiKe adilitaa lo every pab Hc and prlrato library, both aaa book ot rofereaco aad a rrperoryaf taformallin aad amaa ornt for an ctawea of readers. TBDHLOE'S COLLJCTIO-V OF STATE FAFER3; cse taiaiag AaiarnUc If esurltlt ol Xageieh AS.lra, f-est lt38tothBtoratloa ef Clog Chare. II., lih a Lift, by Trosas Birth, 7 vols folio London, 17 13. "TheeeStateFaperaformanexceilegt hlatoeyof Ee- rape ootids lets pesiou aaa ore at ooce a proof o: Tnor loe'e abMltlet rt a ataieeaian aad bit exoeneoceaa a wri ter." Granger' i BiOfTaphicti Hittorj. BrjONiPAIttK AKDTnE FRENCH ttOtlX UNDER HIS CONSPULTE. trastiated from tha Germai, I t.1 Sro hf ct Lvdoo. 1S01. NAT0LEON BIS OWN HISTORIAN, and Life of Let Cases; ltol. 8rj.,M t. Loadon T. LIT10S' BOlf AN filSIORr; -with tho Supplement .f Jeha Fretachelm, 8 Tola. 12me., old coif SsHa. bargb, Kl. REPORT OF IIIK DEBATES IN TBE PARLIAMENT la loo Bestiaa or re'atire lo bi Oatkolle Ones tln,lTo Sro.hf ct Dab la, I7SJ SDLLT'3 MBMOIB3; Prime MlsUttT ot Henry the urtat, o tom ot.4 tna ti l Aajwoarin, I t&i. BLESS INGTOi', COUNTErS. The Ulerary Life aad uorrtspooarr.ee or. ny k a. naowea, a to's. see etith. LoadoB AN ACCOUNT OF THE rOXSTRCCtlON OF THE Britaastt aai ceawa; Tncauraragea; with a etsi- pl te nisln cf their rrotreot. By Wm. Faustina. TSEDSOLD ON TBE SIRESGin OF OAST IRON. XEMOIRS Or TUB LI iHK ART AND FSILOSOFHIOAL Society of alascaeater. PLANS REFERRED TO IN THE REPORT OF THE CamatlulaeersappaH'tedtsI-q'lrelBto the Apetlca Hen tf Inn ta Railway 9tratorri. THK WORKS O? ALGERNON SIDNET. POalRAirS. MEMOIRS AND CHARACTERS OF BE-m-rkab e Ferain , from the Remalloo in IMS. to the Eadcf tbe B ten of GMrtell ByJaat0an!fli4, ; HISTORT OF THE BT7.ANTINB AND GREEK KM, plrea B; George Flaty TTfB 7RDK INTKLLBOTUAL TSTBM OF TUE UNI. versa ! wherein all the It.asoa aad Phltesoptyaf Athe- Itm It ooafatea, aaa lit isp;f sitmim imaon uatoa, trtb a. Trealleo. coaserBlng E eraal .and 'Immntablo Hjrallty.- ByxiHTpa toitou, For sale by stp30-tltw CleaTcs St. Tadcn In Blue and Gold! CAMPBELL'S FORMS; Longfrtlowia Foemt; Hood's Foerae ; Ii-ngftBow's Frtto Lot et of The FoeU I Brown teg't Foemt i BryiBl'aP-nuj Featoel . , Topper's iToTOblal Fhl'otephy Tt Tenetacn s Prexal 1 1 Cotrrl'S-'a Foemt i Brron'a Foemt; Moore' ro-.rrt . Bnrat'Foeaa; ' ScoU'S Foemt; S giaraej't Foemt. Call and Uke a look at tea above beastlral ml cea veaun, ,Wof W ..t. fc n. a PARREB, trjr ..t.x. A. rASiEa.rrV fcLEU & BOM : JlMi'l" ts rarker, Slder caPtvS. CTTTON FACTORS, r-f , OOMMISSIOiT- -' AND rt'M. FOBWABDIWG MEECHA2JTS; Xc. G Eovyard'g BoTs eepia-iaaSa MKliPHIS. By Win. I WIT. I.. f- t i . . . I I em i . 1 . i 1 1 I - w rw.. -BST II IT Hi HT J 1 C M D H H a S3 fl SI mSmnwuw. , .mon swm. , aw, u. imWi U HI I i'W 1 1.1.1 1 (11 ft- Boardhta. AGBNTLXK AK and hi! wife 4a i"d pleasant board U a nrlvats amDr. br asclTta it oar OocnlUt- Booa. cell -It For Sale, A KEQRO'Jf Alf. who II a Kd 1 Htctrnlth. Arrlr O. to foetl-Jtl WtBBA BAWLINU State Female; College. i Jn AS tae OoHr BnUdlrr ti nt qajto erm?Wei1, m biTOooncuted t. erjtinlnh tin Mostiomerj la- iUtnte, which U iltaatedvltlil itaortdUUscesf the Cetlen. Tola II cot a raporarr arrucem'iit, at me uowm will io. n te rea'T fsr tbe acesimodiilon ot the Scroti. n . . ,, m. .wg v ,,t v A iw . . octl-d't 8. I. STACKS, rwHwl- Sundries. 1 K nrtDV oauSKetaaiShauUtfl XU IS boxea w. X. cn ee 200 Jr Tlo utur I I 60 boxes Fi'm Soap . . S) Ixxm SmeVlnx Tttacq 100 din Faaer Brooat $ iiUi, Crcrhrd, PdMd and Loatisrari i IS dJxfn Sackela, Tubs nd Kteleri I 19 bezei Corn Starts, a (OKtlor artUle tat orolna rrparpoMt ForstUlowbt octt cuia. 1CCLXAK, si rrcnt mw. FASUlflKABLE DRESS - MAKING. SIRS. SA3IASTI1 C. BROWSE, BeUgaJvarWcppUedvlUi tte Latest Fashion Plates, Is at all ttnM prept! ta mate np wux In the Latfst and most Apnrcred Styles All Work Coapleled when Promised. A UUl U aH Ikat It ntcetitrr ta tlir !! Isc-ednlosi, EeildtDMoi tboioitb tide ct Vniia stret, tecaat hone exit of Biron Ojoo. on-" Tunica Lands for Sale mitB uaderflrned ollert far al. a tret leu cf JL Luid dialled oo Wblta Oik Br. to.'jT fasr BtBei ar.a a ball from Auitin II llano 1 Heuon of Lasd.ooTmd almott enllrtlr with a bearr growth of taoltri ttctcine, and lifar aboTO'ho albuloToia3w,wiiDiaiBuemroi too oiaeit on snuac4lntrdnllh tbat part of tb IClwbilp;! bot local. Then are twocablnt oa tbe tract a few acrt Cleared, and nearly tvo bnadred acrVs dealened, mott of It oia aeadinc. Tense, sis ir ae one icira cam, aad lb balacca In two equal latlalmenta tbe ol rara- Ma la oo, ass ta outer la tvra yean, eacn to araw in. tereat at tlx ser cent If not aoM on or befo e u art diT of Jaoaarr. It win not bt aU at tbe above pries JodcoDoaiir wbo lift near tko p(ica,or Wm J. Flojd. wnaltastboilitdtoaaatboLam, wlB (bow It lo anr oaa a apoiea to pstcaaae, ana tfro tne tt , mmr, (vt CCU-W331 TUUKA3 B. WOUUWAKU, S. Bt WILLIAJISOX & CO., COTTON FACTORS, COMMISSION AND Groceru flercliants No 19 Front Row, Jlcmphis, Tenn rrrv WE roller, atd will receive, atore and rfll COTTON f or S X J-r ceot. Ojso- Iiliikoi en ealo, and farstih mj tne, il PlastaUaa SsroUraal t'aihir-a. Wa think tbta in lea will par tbe Planter better, asd In tbe end be more aatufactcrr bom to Planter ai rauor. Wo keen en k aad for I aie BAOUING. ROPlt. TWIMB, SUOAB, COPKK, M-JLA'StS ft-C, tesel her wtth all the arttclei ossanr fp' laiaiieurooen'eiiitoiiaiicie is, wbich we wlllfarnUh low for baan, or to (.oil on cut tmeti on account at Cta pneea. teptIawtf a. . wiutaaiua & uu. Barle and Enailrer copj. To Planters! FOB t!e at a barsats, eif rrr SAW COTTOK GIX which we will aefl on loex tlmo to a rillaVlo -atity LOWNE3, OSOILL S. CO cell ' Not 13 ard It Front Bot HARDWARE AT WHOLESALE. THE S0B30RIBSK3 ARE AGAIN CANDIDATES F lOB FATROKAGC OF 3CCH WUolcsalc Puvehascrs AS PAY - Or whet aMHty aad praraptneea are aadoabted. WK IMrORT OUR Fonlgn GcodsI)irect from Euiop AND OBTAIN ALL A31EniCA'jlJIlNUFACrUIiES Frtra flnt hasda. Oar Sleek It vary large for thla mar tot, atl ear ptket redaecd to the Btet ft ror able com. pirltee wtth aay market la the United States. Mer c kilts a good ataaetag are laett'd ta fxamlce oar Stock, which cantlstt ef eTerythiag neatlly fened Hardtrarc or Iron Stores. Aa oar pre2tt are exeeealxgly aaaall oa Oordt iebbed Dealers, ws eaaaot aStrd to aell to aay bat FIRST CLASS BUTER1 OR FOR CASH. Lowiics. Orgill & Co., Nm. It acd It Frtnt Ho Eastern OSc, 41 Tlatt eirret. tf T (KttdawZm WE ARE RB0EI7ING OCR USUAL 1TELL SELECTED STOCK FALL GOODS To nbicb we Invite tbe attention ot TIKE Ij.&DIES OUR G00D3 HAVE BEEN Oarofully Solootod Acdwawtl aell th a at tbe MOST REASONABLE PI1ICES FOR We lilte tho Ladiet moat lerpectf nl y ts eitl E BAEINDS & CO. 2M MAIN STREET The Grand Opening of osi PARIS FOSNETS AND riNS MIILINERT GOOD', win la'eptte en TUIS DAT, Ooberi'h. E. B & CO octl-ly CHECK BOOKS ON Branch Union Bank, Branca Plantors' Bank, Branoli Bank of Tosnossoo, Bank of Hemphis, Bank of "West Tennosseo, Memphis Life & Gon'llnsnranoo Co, I3Iank Kotos, Drafts, &c &c. Jntt recelred this daj at Alexauder's, Ertrk Bo-k ard rarer Hon e, No 10 Madlsca it aer- For Eont. DWELLING renseajeat tabattneai Aim a Co! IX. ttge well acd pl-af antly kcaUd App'y ts WADDELL. B R eeilOlt Union Block lftantetlm T WISH, loporchtas a wen dlscotsd. trettv and expert. X etced NEGRO WOMAN aa Cock, Wither asd Ircner, rora imaii ramny one witaoat a cona STcrrrreti. Ap pie at one to x. v. rKKjTON. teiSVfllw Pos tofioo Bk, Collecting Agency. THE BBdertlgnedw lib. realtor divnte hla time asd altestlonlothe COLLECTION OF CLAIMS In tbe Oily of Memphis aad coantry Ferasss bavlaa; dalms wbkh ttey destro collected, will flr d xne at Ibo bosae ot O ok a. Co., No. 71 Fion . Bow. Refer 1o Oock as Oo Tiles fit Oo , A J white asd R B. JTaw; y ft. Os. arpiotm J 8LEDSOS FINE PROPERTY FOR SALE. IOFVER FOR SAUC, the fellow In tlecf ct saB Keai KsUte sear tho city, fo-wlt : 3 I ta ef 3 jP seres t cb, tn Poplar atreet last ontilde the city Sa ThctrLeta, om of wblthls well lmnroTid.wlltte . mtmt aeH tefetherer aeparatety to tclt parcbaiert. asothcr lot t IS tc et, ( with also ac ea clear ad asd a good or chard.) on th new Stita lite road Iwj miles from the City. AIk a One lot containing eren acrea aad covortd with f.rest trees, oi tbe G raaotawn Flankroad, two mflsa ro-r tbe city The asoTO peoprny la all of tse bm.1 d' sirabtc ctaractse aad Kill b- sold on favorable term". 'ppyt W S DKLANT, tepSJ-Jm ProTlne a. Stewart's auck.Mtla st. Save Your ifIoney WM. R. STR&.NGE & CO., Ueder OJd Fellows' Hall, HAVf. Jttl feeerted a air a'lorlmrEt of Cask Eoxea, pf all t:et ; Cta Boxes, wlib or wltboat taaKtn; B.stei't Cssrs, tarte and small at aey price I WritlBg Dc is, all alxea ami pi lata; tTork Boxt for Ladles ; Backtaaimon3oardt ; Railrcad Backgammon B ardtj . O est Mea an i ubeaa R.s rd. : Draftsmen, Djaftboardi, Dice Floe Cope, aad Wbht wbdmti roi umce saxes, teiio- r. v. ac .ate. which tbev are ptfrrln very cheap sepw Pay Early Copjrs, Kovr Eeidy THE POETICAL W02E3 OF EeaaUf eUy lUutrated with mart than ONE HDNDREDf ORIGINAL DESIGNS By Dailey, Bl ket, Foater, Flckenglil, Teanlel, Otopaey, Dollin asd Mtdoti. XwftegraTed la the Baeat style et VooJ EngraTlag OOOFBB, LINTON, E7ANS, he , fc-. 6rleatldly Bcnnd Prlca Btx Dotlari A fm Ccrtia Mcrocco, Nine Dollart. ALIO The rUteoUi Edlto f. poe's coatpjuETj: woitiis, IK rOUS TOtnatM,'lJmo. FRtCS, It 60, -. nnstaisnf the Tales af tha Oroteuxt ard AraVrocf WiciJetrslfltariircf ttelcasttaUon; All lis Poftfyj S4PtT ' Arlbsr J3er.laa Fsa, asrl nccas'ete catleo- Ujoef 'aa'hls ecsiriPctloai u thvaarAXinet, "law fcy BCFUB. TTJ GBiaTTOLDD,, with VoUtsa &Hi TJrtWatBMwrSraaa.a-. wjtiia. .. 1 .XJ.'-S. R2DFTSLD, Unity. aesSMdawSl at Beekman tUeet. New Ytik- tTa fi OASIS Byes' la&a rortar, erjarts snd ptsts, D x?i. IidJJ CLABC ttHABajS. miliar il Tables FOR SALE. TV9TO One BUUird Tabtea, Caet, BB, be., cBipte. A. S. LKVT at 00, ASS irol(fMa octl-Im 9 itreet. NIGHT SALES. A. S. LEVY & CO. WILL COUUEXCE THEIR SI OUT SALES This, Tuesday, ept. 2Xst, AND CONTINUE DUHINQ THB SEASOH. Goods all warranted af reprCBentod. Clothing. Dry Goods, &c. tepzt A B LETT. AwMeneer. The Atlantic Cable Complete. Largo Crops Eine Picos Gold ana tJUvor currency Good Hows. Come, Let us RjsJce Together 1 $100,000 WORTH OF REAL BST4TB AKD KEOROES AT AUCTIIIK I. UIS1 AAA m X rvluKB HUHK SUGAR HOST BE MADK. UR ranch eHieevd lnow-tUi-. Ch" A. B Shaw. bartaacttoiaiaee i be Loat uaa frnw. wa proceed 'actutai f r :1m hi mm latsnat la ICenpbU, Stock. Leek aa-) iTarrcl, which 11.1 teoiale toQO t toe Biotl ,'e.iraM aaa raw pHnr in in. dir. I.L Hit wel ksowa timilr re Mesee on UnUn street twotlotel, roarwa r sm wo-i iwi aaa coo vanlentlr arrange, lag. kltchsr, I.ar Mat negro hosaet. carnigehoaae. tlailea er ka. abed far wacuna and cow bonre, au., UdUltf taa eau aosaaBau ana k.tcban f nrnltnrt, whlca conti.U la a la'ga amouat e( tho b-.t nulltr IM S3 feel frost, ISO deep lo a alter. Tine gardes, asd I otee fro t and Seven In abundance. Lot Bo S.Mfiet frott oa usata, i Me suureet daep. Lot Ko. 6, Id feet oa Union, aorta side, 164 X tftl de-p to an aBar- with a teat fiaao dwcBlag of fear roorsf, with seo-oaarr oat hwi, (axtr'elwHa ahrob berr. he let Ko. 6. Ualoo, serth aid, 60 feet frost, ihm ree a'ep io aa anej no. i, su im frostoa i Bias. IXH fort deoo te BalWf lLotNa. 8, SO foet frest on Unloe, IN H toat to aa alter, wHn a seat waning or raor rootat, or ex tncBn, on ac, Kenroe il reel next Oaa t: oeMtrroed loto foar tott, SOfeetoaeh, 160deepaoath eMt. All SoebaBd- la. Kow Ur dute. rut at th Baron. Two lots, sorth akle, (0 feet rrjat, each 171 feeu two late oa teeth tUa of Geroto to feet fmtrteaeh. 130 feci dorp. N.w cornea Haaioastiroat: use stock os uo norm aide, sear tho tajoa. All tf Uo aeoee property la t-o well kaowat) need comment. AH centra! aad sear lb trade. HroaOEJ. Two fanlilea ef TanaMehoaM aervaola: ose extra bone aad rockawiy. tatkh oawa, alack hogi. farm Ins aLd garden n enalla ae. Any or all of tho above preporty oaa be portal tea al ow nnret.bst Ifsot aH wttt bo ctraed oat at atettoa. inn nctcg TUESDAT, Iho llh of day October, and coauane f rum ciy to aay oaiu an ts sots. terms oae-tblra cite .nuance ot e aad ivoyears. wph letertit. Call on Capt. A. B. Shaw, or yoar eeedfal terrasla. V. a. OATOK & SOX, And ranee rt tad Beat Xitate Brokera. B33i3o on tho proataca Lxk aharp aep8-tda REAL ESTATE! In Jl'ortli tiflenipMs Wf have la No th Mrm-htt thre) fine lota, one front leg 27 feet on Ccram'rco, comer ot Third street, andSIrset deep. A gooa btschtmlih shop oa tho same. ALSO Two lots cnJackscB atreet. oae lot baring a small frame hoaso. Each set JT feet front by 17 feet deep. Title tndkpnlabla If not sold al prtrate ta'e. they wl 'a totd al and ten cn TUESDAT, 12th day ot Ocubsr, ISM, on the gronad, ror fanner partlcaiara apply oa la premises or la trpS-tdt A. S LETT 9l OO.. Aclnert. SALE OF VALUABLE ARKANSAS LANDS, AT ATJCTIOIT. ON WEDNESDAY", tbe 8tt day of Decesber, ISSS, atlOaetoek. a M , wta ha fa ta front of tha Oommeratal He' el la Meaae. Taaaeasee, at poane aax Uon, aboat KO eecuasnof good and valaaate Lass's, (bo- lni oany tolectu&t,) Htaaiea ia niaotaotpfi eosaiy. Aiuaaa. ia Tawsahlp IS, north Tasnot 8, IS, II, Est' TjwaablB it, north, raagoa 8,7. 8. , 11. 13, Batt Towatblp 15 aoith, raagot C, 7 8 S, 10, tt, Kill Tawashto 1. north, raagea 7, t. East Tervi or Sale Oae third Cash, too bolaaoe laoo' and tars as ara : not to bo trees aritk m or d tecsrl tr, bearlai laterest from date rf a, and a Ilea wm be ft talked oa tko lard far Ibo deferred payaaeala. Said landa are t be raid by agreeateat of the part tea la later- est f.r division The pattKalar te-thna aad rant tectlaa caa bo aeon aud fell MrUenlora iItsjb tt aho of fie-o' Wickerthaai fi fkecher J.anraoa at., Meraph. aast tfawttM TXZIBE THORNTON Arkaaaas Weekly Tree Dretecrat tatert three asoaeh aad forwara bin Fall Arrangement. Memphis and Charleston RAIL ROAD CUaujte of Sclicdvilc. fV aad after WEDNESDtT, Sepbmber SSU 1st1., w the ACCOMMODATION Tial.N wm ra.se iom. t his dally, (taodaya rxo p edi at 8 OS A . M , tor Som errlUe atd Orasd JeKtloei SUItoaa. eartloc al Grand JaacLoa wrlh the SOUTHERN Mail, TRAIN oa tie Mississippi Cest il Rsi'road to Holy Sptirga, Ox. ford. Gre.ada. Caaloa. Jackass aad NEW ORLEANS CoBBSeta aleo at Grand JaaciM with Trains to EoH Tir, Jackws, aal Stalton on the Teaas a e Central azd Moone aaa iw o Kaii'oaot. Retaralsz. lease Grand Jaxdtaa at 1.09. r m. Fa-seaters frea G sod JsccticD ana S. ra re II', retch Mi metis by thla Ira B at half pa f o'clocs. r M THROUOn RXPASSS THUS canjtrg tho Great Sostbers Mali, will lean Meaaostio aa otaal at 8 r M.. sOMtac at all i tallaaa Ouanectt al Caatlavtga 1th Tralaa to alt tho Eteters an . Atlantic ClUra. BaHtasd Tlsae Ii 29 nlnatet faster tka MrmpMa time. B. ATRnS, waapas-tlSw BaisioBdeat. Petition for Divorce. Har let J. Oarllate, ) la tbe Law 3 da of tho Comaoa TWtat VLaw and Chaoyery Ccnrt of Di-W Carlisle, ttbecltyof Metaphlt. TTappMrlaglo th nadJtsigBed. Cleik aad Master la A. Vacation, from ibo OoQKalniBt'a ixi:1ob that the Deft adaat Daslri OarUOa, I' a Boa-restdtat of I h Slate of Teinetse , aad that she ordinary pexcets or law csb not be ternd opoa htaa, It Is ordered Mat paMlcallaa be made for foar iveo-eerx werks la tae Memphis AP PEAL aaeweptper pBl bed la thniltyef Hestpatt, Tenses i e., cooaoaaadtag b a to appear before the Jadgo or aava coast, a1 tbe coort hoasa ta Memphis, on ihe FIRfcT HOND.tr INNOVEKBBR NEXT, aad plead, an swer or oemar io naiatttra rntsoa, er it wtn so tasea for cost eased ara et for heanag exftrte as lo hla. At est: MARCUS J. WSIGHT, Oiefk tep39-4w To the Afflicted. DR. J. WILSON Of London, Europe, WOULD Inform tho lahabMaatt of MenpMs, and thesBrronadtacroatt-y that Ira hat takes roems at No. Sit Mala atreet, Grseslawa BsAitaie, where he 'aa be costal ed cocoaeatlaBy f -r It. car ByphlUi, aadOTtry spectra ot Private DtMa e. Also, DUeaact of the Lanll, Llrer etc , aa4 aH dlaeaatrs af the Eye acd Bae. Tho Daetor't oag experleaot la Lcnden asd Firtt and other cruet la Eartspe, eatai aim to per. form torse ef the moat remarkable cans. N. B. Special atteatlja aires to ibo trratment of aH Female Disease. Tha IJoctnr havtag had aa extensive praeilxspen that daaa of elii-aaes, eia eeaSdeatlally recommend hlatell to toil clatt or tho cwmraeaity. tepf-2sa BnlldlDfr and Loan A-sociation rpflB arty Brrt Isa-ahaeat of th Baudiee; aad Loan JL Aateeatson mm be dae oa FAWAT. Oct tr I, iSaS.rayaM t'lhoTreasarer, at J 1 Okatwfeh'a tmee, coraeref Mad tea street aad Bask Avoatw. The faadt will bo taiB.4 saaa ' veatag at Esq. Horse's oaloe, nnth ttde or ooartsiaae it " o ciocx N- B Nose bat baakabte faads will h recelred here after la payment fo- daet. By srr of the Board, a pX-tt J K OHADWICE. Secy. Wanted. nU'aPXtg3Jr (a) lihi hi Saad, Eariid,tr. JI, J TSsaTTaB ; (1) as bale MrchtiHrl, O 0. Barns M-aaahl.; and (li two baos Ho-i. marked R. Wright Kraspbla Said co'-slraies will p'eaoe pretest berl ef hvdlag. psychana and tak Go-id. orihsywfll be tell to 1 ay CEarr.ee thirty dart rr.ta a'o of thla. THOS H. WILLIAMS ft CO., enSr-lm No. 3 Howard a Row, Mtmptlt, Teaa mftotice. i LLrenoesaraJterrbr waraed aralaat trading for "V cerlala two lor SIXTEEN HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS, made tn Febraary or Mer a last, by J. V. Mattbewr.of Mlluh?ei nstatoetoth- arder of.Haaf; H L'.ron, on the lit day af Neremher txt. aVthe, Branch ' f tho Piasters' Bank tf Tessessee at Meaphls, and endorsed br me. Said note bas been lot t or mlt p'.aced, and wll. not be paid by the slid Matthews, ss ha htaaotleeor thetosaof theiame. Any person wlH be liberalty rewarded wk will return thoaaUnetotoB. M. Bstcof thltrlty. BENJ. H LIGON. iep3J Iw FOSTER & HAILS, ISO.' 251 ItlAIiV STREET, M EM PHIS, Wholesale and Retail Dealers IN 11 U rJIVfiU We are Io receipt of tbe largest stock of FALL AND "WINTER GOODS, WE HAVE EVER HAD IN STORE, RMBRACINO Every Yarlr t y in ear Unci MEHCHANTS ASD TRADERS, RE respectfalr, loilled to xssUeve oar sleek for the O. WHOHSALB .Jfll.JOBBINO TRADE, before pn-chaslnc TO BUTRRS we cflVr owery Tartety aad a'l stjlee, ma to ord r for this tstrkot. We tare rtflUcdsnr I sere for lb rapectil benelt and restestencaaf Ibe LadrM, ad shall always keep the bet t FhUadoipbia costoai work. Car stock .t NfiGRO Ri GaNSraTry larxt. and as g wd as caa be Br.aafataed ; ,- aeptj 8a . f Petition for Divorce 'I- Willi m StevtBfeo, ufoa ) Cmmeti List asd ChiTscrry rs-., -e ss .wAlm rT.wflbSckt. Nasc St. Stereaeoa. J . - . TNthlacaoacttappeirFgtothOIrk tad Master, rn raeatlu. bv thaietltloa af DliuHlff. that tht dafra- dan la a son-resident or the Slate of Tcsboh e: 11 it therefore ordered by the sold C.trk and Maaler. that pob. Hcatlsa be maee fsr aaoceaalre areeka to the MEUrHIS DAtLT ArPEAL asesrspspv psh:l.txd la ttecitref Meaphla realilag IhetsJ dotendaal toarpe at.lh NoTember Terai, aomm' nclBg aa tho erst Monday la Noseber next, and plead, an.wer r aVmar tvptaatuTa petition, sr tbeaarne sill btskn for coot-tied aad set for hcailsg exparte MARCOS J. waiaHT, O Jr. M. By A J WHEELxn. I. C. fc M FcoiT St Dixon. BolUltorforPattfl aep33-dr j J&elingfucnts, op? onr dellDqaeeStfrieev who are tlTl besonrdellBai la arrears VV forOxdparehMdlB InSSasdlSST, wtH not be offtotrd. wbea th-y Sad tfrHr asnoBBt tn the haBdaref an .Seer, fr we feel that we aar been yen Itdotgrnt and exnsotnor SIB sot wait lager. WASH i BAEBR. OfflceNo. 21S Main tt., over T P. Aydlctt't. ' aep.Iaww Office for Rent. TnEOFFCBcccaptedb. tbe ssbteriber entkecor ser of Madison atreet atd Bank arena-, watlccaud for a'mtat any bsslae Fostestl glron Octcher I . aep3V3w J B. cnADWirg. A Cook and Waslier for Sale 4NK?RO WOMAN aad her two cniLDttRNS in tears oid. She htsb en trained In 'he ktlth.-trHl her life, snt Is a tsperler Washer aad Ira er Tlisj fam ily Is sot ti t arsaralod, sot taken traaa th - dty Applrfb JO-TES, BiOwNfcCO. septSdlw mO th Oetdittf Ot Iho EstaVa at ft. J. wlplama ds :J.-cAHda Jhs nurrralloa of th tnaelvtrcj of thee. -tmeef a. Js,WDBtsnsdceaKa, havrsx; scan mas- is tbe Conaty Court of Shelby cosstr, TKinaistea'1 per onahstdlasotalmiagalsateald ettaU ara herety notl fltdto He tbem. wttbthsOlerk o" aildConrtdelt authen ticated, ashy lawnaibed, oner beer the 1st day ot Deceater lext. for pra rata payment T H WILLI AM 3. Ada'r et ls Xstata of S. J wntUni, decM. srcSS-Sa m ii ii VVUJ IB. rt r T TT 1f TVT V a Importers. Jobbers AND ti i t'i' x Ti.'Fr3iff3 Fancy and Staple MY GOODS, 314 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS. TERMS t'ah,orCity Acceptance. One Trice and N'o Deviation. IVo Good) Delivered nntil Set tled for. No Exchange after Sale September 15, 185. To rzeet tbe convenieace at aM we wiH keep open from 6 in the mo rules; lo 10 at nig bt Merchants, Tailors, Milliners, MantiM-aukm and tbe Trade, as well as Planters, Families, Hotels, Bar))g Hotyjes, Steaabnals, aad Consnnrtrs gen erally, can now be sap pHed front oar STOCK, E M 11 It A C I N 2600 prt Neiro Blaskete, TO p Btaik Atpses, 19 po oaM Oaraweaca, 109 pt Paper O, ass ft a, 7a pt Daaaask Msreea, ! pa Car Hlsa, 190 Mala aad Rage. SrO pra Stsaaea, Sen ICsb tw o.rasoe. 6 doi HertMSktrU, 6 " Mirta, Drasrtn. 16 HoopPktrta, WO " lflr ens Seeks, 86 ' StlrtFranaa, 108 Made Hdkfe, mtr Pi t Bcttcnt, 100 ' tbat Bsttoae, CO " Fata Bcttoet, aM ptsAartavs, 108 gr Boot and Byes, W0ltFlaxTkfT4, HO ax Uasssnaas, 10 halo Bed Tlta, W case CalKse. taoo pea Negro a,yi. ISO ' a rasa, 4 to " Flaanel, 100 ' Sstlsett, '.0 ' Catafaere. JOO pra Maetaaw Etltf, 990 " Bed Blsskala, 300 pes Irish Uses, ICO C arses, 100 Dlaport, 0 pea Table Damaakt, It p-a Lmn Skeaslni;, 100 tux Towett aad Nap ktsi, 100 esrtoos BRaans, 10 cartoon i Velfet Ble boaa. LlVO dx Drew FrtBgea, too Llnea BibWat, IfXO ItXI " 7S " 75 iro teo to " 101 60 too 60 " 800 " 60 ' JCO 100 pt 60 " frfl 60 " Seeel cottos, WhVsho, Ledtot' Bute, 5cspeedrs BdsMtax Cataha, Fltva Ootnkf, Hair Brash, FortaaoaaaM, Tooth Bnrrh, Tenet Ssap Ferfaartry, Bosery, UntaMkf, O'ere. SMs Bdkf. vlalaMaakStik. French Unrno, rcstcn FiaM, SO rare bta Dosa'easVa, 6 caa Me hiistia 70 sales OrashaTfa, 38 tale- Octles Stripe, 10 caa PleM Lister, TRIMMING S TAIXOBS, iriLIilllEHS MANTUA MAKERS. ALSO Dress Goods, BrIJal Goods, Moarnirar, Goods. TravellBg GonaW, Crntbs, Cassimeres, Vest lags, Cravats, Embroideries, Laces, Stiawli Cloaks, Maatles, Scarfs, Corsets, Ceiencares, Gowns, Cberalsej, Drawers, Yokes and Baads Piano Covers, Tabic Covers, Jaconets, Swlsox Tarletaas, Btilliaats, JIaisille, and ail art! cles pertaining to oar trade. SPEED, DONOHO & STRANGE, , . 31-1 Mnin ht., Memphis. aepdS-diwaw r. H. CLASJC"-'. WiLKlrg....THOS. HILL. CLARK & q 'S in a r ti nf !V & V tf i U iliL 1 a WATCHMAKERS Jewelers, SILVERSMITHS AND ENGRAVERS, IMPORTERS AND DEALS S3 JK WATCHES, CLOCKS, SILVER AND PLATED WARS, G- XT XT Q , Fancy iiooils, aewclry, s&c. OUR FALL AAD WIXTER STOCK, EMBRACINO oae ef th boat selected an t rkheM TirlttT of aoJ.eT aerid ta the Soathwesl. We arecotllantly treslflsf Hf Ins. UK si ttylet ot gxnli tn onr line, and woald caM the attenuan et psrchattn and ofbera ta examine osr ateck. Amoeg osr leadhtg article may be foand iTATOHES, Both Ookd asd SUrer. Hasting Cssea and Opn Facer, fnm the Veti raansfacUrleast LosdiB, ra?H, Geatva sad Copeshasen. Dtaaead, Opal, Rnby and EineraM Gems, rear 1 3 tit lor BrtJil Prrienti Cora), Lava, Tnraelrl airott, Hllr ZaaraeteJ aad Plain Jewelry. Vt, Fob, and Board Chaos. Le-iHatJkatetame, Flatn asd Bnuneled, with Dta- SILVEIt. Tea Seta, Coffee Cfas.FHch'ert. Oabeeta, Walter. Forks, Spoons, Ladles, Pie, Pith, Cake asd Ice Oreaa Eslret. Cutort, Batter Dlthet, Step Bowl, ac Alto. SILVER PLATED QOSDS. tt to seweit.etTk, Dish Otcis, Clip EilteU. Mtst Itiiajit, Cas cQ'ttlcks, Oebtelt aad TTiHers, aH ibea. CI.OCK.S. great variety of' Cloaks, of 'French Americaa' Marnrfactare. and Impotlrd .to cur iwn' rdet.'iraaa the beat Bvaktra ts BaroV. Oaa AecomatleaeB. all ktsds Pltteia, Colt Dettfgers, Traaters, Dean, Adams Jt Dean, anA.AHR' Palest, HanUng atolTti, dees, (tc SPEGTAOLES GolSilveVaBw SleelFMmea, Pebblss, Perls ' copies, Ensllsr- sscl olBer klmfs. TABLE AND POCEBT tTCTLRRT 07 ALL KINDS. exoravim:. Sella and Presfcslor Lodgea.Casrt asd Beats, Pais ... asd OrflaaMSlat WrdOtpg and TUHtag'SArde, tn the beat atyla ot the art. ; i - . Jewelry marls to order, and rxftaiiesi ' Watches repalrtd-oy exptrienvetl warkaeo. nAU worlvwaxraDtrd. : ' No. 1 Clark's Mroifble Block . Tqt Sale. A i'.lniBravjltotiren&nj Ois!ee ATtct 77 at lis tail, mObV.neUutJtiie) V. t Anau ,UAai. AMo a Lot tr3tliiieS,rts tVet 75 by 113 aVat 4 ri. Groasdt. asd The Lott1 front-niif8iD sir I. x- tend'd. 371-5f el.tat, b, 2Hvrp. aanxt ef 91. Pat-t-n't DlThlaaef Lo'a. and oJasoter topl-srJ omwhath te Una Tornartleal-tt, arfJt' 3. T. HATL3T, tepSMs IS Front B-rw, cffl.ee ef Hffl a. Hi! ley. COLUMN. (sClCBSSORS 10 LAMB, WHOiilESAliE Books AND STATIONERS, So. .5tt i-aln street. aftcmpMs, ktep far aataattw taweat arts, a ttrie ataoeiaaeat ot LAW. .IXBICAI , TSEOLf SICiL, SCiltOL ASD M18OBLLASE0DS BOOKS Aava, Sni i lliltasoc Mmies ana t la vtetany tt atnanac aa tsar, aad rroer. rn'rts SCHOOL . ... aatantltaof SCHOOL TEACH Ttvay niitwisary aw. mmt.,.. roasprlalnc tha th- Sair-XTSSL Ttaa. adstak at 3LAMZ tWOCS ks n assjtit. raaheoctac BAJffBCM . .1., a. Auhmu. .ml m.mmm sli.IJ.inee. ET- Kioasewera, Mrehatt.Teates; Lert aast thiM lrBattte sopplW a tea rowt laara larms. 3- raxtt7ll(TcaaTj wrrt Sad It anon to ttr tnlor tt ta paeohaa mt ratsW than ta aa Bat, at sT . mLi s a. la isuil HI air a sudaa. at itaort BMUee, and at a aataal adraac n SaaSaaB sWaj. fTSB-vltwawta " - - " ' " A CARD-SEW FIRM. hat thUtUr aoeooaatod with as la ta AsctUaa aad OMaaaloaaoa tostarai, Mr. J 0 HOLLAND Ta ttsV f tk 2rat unit a I (J. 8. I.0CKX k CO. I Tata amnfiatarat wf eaasii as t thituoa aa ntipa aMaaltan ta In Bal Boa:, katlaksaa. la aU ketacwea. Mr. HOLLAND wtft aav aaa aaehiea alker kwianees iattaid to th teat. I oonltsaaa tt tkelrWral xrl ayara. B. LOOCM. Aptttta, , .....u c amsAjsnn C. B. LOCKE & CO., AUCTIOMI5EKS, Swawnl Afemts aad ttml bute Brokers. Vtt Main street, near MavtUene, PAaTrCOLAB ATnUTtOM ro MU OF CITr 8R CeDXTRY FR0rSRTs LAN acniP a am w-.aa orrs. XERCHA.VBUB. ME0MOMS, rVMiftTVMX. VXr HICLES STOCX, fC We are ratty priaand te artrad to Ci.es ajuss. 'lis aad at of ewory oataiiaaata am t la sum wan a caMtsed with lasnraac, antes- ntnerwt- diroctad 9TOSMR aast COIsTCaM V BttTX nolteUrH cash a-raacBe asaar on Goa lsaaruta. P&MIiOU SETT, AT AUCTION. ikM SA3CBDAT. la :d taa! , at 18 b'ek. A a If w wtn aen tt oar A act lea Coras No. as Ma eras I. tap tit r ntt'waad. Mataon. Flnsh. Spikas I tcsa FArJeAPR SaTtT, ka lwlspic a SM r tUvt rata or tusw. . ars Csn 8. B LUC IB at CO , oeit-3t Aactt asaer aad Bal Bsaal Branatt. dams Street JLots. AT AUCTIOX, ftt WaVNanWAY, ttv IStk day at Oataaar aaava, at J tut, A. x . w wot sell at oar A nets, a Na.3XMtrtrot. tots No. I tall, a taa Afl aaa. hstrhasr a front 7 f-t eca oa ta Natth saVeaf Adaatl ttrrea. ky orackf Itrisi 'oatn aa ai try. Thin lata hat on ahatdazs at fr t eaW at wen rartaaa rsntae :nc tv. stara taaeam The wilt W ld rawte-e J in, wrath r arte. AH aortas tatc ass. t wtigi. la atkl sassaa ta tSEat pr1ect k'jttS a d-i. TBtuta TBie ta: ats as elk i cmbt tne anu iota ta a sartpaatlcTt:; mw ed 8 B LOTS at CO . iiBS I AaeJarasiea ats B a! laras asaaists, BHGIMK & BOILtKS IT AVt'TIsM', ON THDRSDAT, 14 TH OCTOBER NBXT, 1T7S WW aest ta the Navy Ta d at Miaathlt Tata VV ., taa XMAUM ard BOILBBS nad ty tae 1 1 ui asuint ta fa man f ai ton of :op Dcscriptitpa. iSMkl- Act raw KatrlB . or ts. cylkaslen of 41 1 titafe U sachet ha staascwr otttavaKd aa arty hwna fnwti each, lib an I .eVsaeadent cat-csttccl ts cjktadir Sad t with ecc-atitc asaetoa Sara ttgtnili.r wtth os aeaiae lr ptrte and ladetalasr aHacaee), fcr ttase atareTDTatiott X ta irlrat aei Ix iset In Ossoseirr, c rau tra, en a lmc-t4 tarn Jack star raaaaac in sxasBcUsa wi.h it I r cat ir wtm cat tctth 1 rr Oiaarrtrr, eimg sate-ity t ia lack sssart thne tt or, ct that of th t g set. sTBalan ta a iron a ae aa rae iar a am tan, wMtlS p.erata. it s. Maoa aasaatnat tvsa aojaet ahatt oa fort Ijaa. lache i tusBsr'.er. -I wraah Tejauieocej tross art h stardt aad e .qpslaaa captl Bat asd aaakesit atrial ssvi ; 7 dn aa traas St l leerl u dtnaarBrr ataedoa taa kafia. tmt taOa trass, that tt r easts a and sanla Ua U ikal lac r- a a, at of ataat aad at tnt-4 ta aach a soajuxr that arry caa n ass no wrta ra. metre itrx cyitaawr aot!. ss. aa favt asaat. S9 tscfee. ta dsea.v. FresM. in. hart, po aad riiaaacaaisnast.isaaa and . Al. Faker watot-taaat cjcb e rd wl h ch hBtatT steal are arraneed iB tw arnarats acta, cea-ctaat terthit HtherBfttbcaBeaid; ej re'i caa always r-krM la dr. Tttey are aasr or St Bscs. Trnneii taan I rt a tranta iat butler. 3a sett kasg and S ttot hta-s. Th Baftto sod Bwti. r are aah d, la aH thaar par, la la a t wotvainnnhe Banntrr. th- y wfr aoirt by B L. Nottoek ot Sosesn, Maeaetaaat a, atac at nf ahtal itM. Ihtr wasdar the BtinatatBI tar t law Bitathl. aad pt Test to h; asp, nee t aay ta tao MWaaa skrpt Taney- Terms. Ostt-thtrd to fan da - atweeaaatT lBtS i ass ttltil iith Job. Mat), aad tat-iBUd Iftth See tab t. Ma Note ka b thirsts. VhSy rrdo ard. "rhosaVt will heraetttveatd Utaa rtHm. ALSO WH b -aad al ta aaasa ttas. far 38 rare, aal th Roast Walk aal aiiileduredl paaatd of. 8. B LOCKS & CI , twawB-dtar Aaetlsssnrl sjdH'H Kelea BelfcT BAGGAGE AT AUCTION. OX WEDNESDAY, ia KrVK INST, at SaatotkA. St., we wtB s I , at oar Aant a itiaaat, 3M Maaa atteot, a laraa lt if Traake, VJ ceai. Carpet Bast, & , wafeh bar restate a Detain, -rt at the Wosahaea attsate fcr ttt ttretv n alhs. 8 B. LOCKE it CO , rrpl-td Aacttaaeera aad Real K.tate Bewkcra CITY LOTS! AT AsUCTIOtY. ON WBSNwiBAT. thdl Nwasar, 184, and tar cecaio;, wa n sen ia OOSIKTR, MIM , i!0 Clly ZeOtHl TBltat , ltaisl aatacTdll, la arot a ka be teHactttny in an re d. Osr hath is rtt stand tt saUr Itosa Meaaaaaa, at the c cast-got 'k Meatsats and ,harl .tona d th Mohfts aina.Rtr. aa-. Tke Raer korr Belraad saw tat-T- rxti at kat poawt. la tsBBiiy aorrogadtaa fo-lnth l Man. Waatat, and w adeaeed fas ar are! Ural pa.p.a.s. Bardts's Wki. aad Red SareOT pr aa i w ft n 13 Hi's, and taT ar See UMlrkest SpHf a ata- the ctey Tavt pHee has bees told rardnat.tapwl hia taoat tare stara, tad aew he. a poett a Ln ot abate 3 Sat. Certain has a If T si. I Col! la eavcceefsl asota tisei a B-wspaawr sad ad r asnsnsetart; eelaM'sei mesta ; fin. Steer and Bee Is It r. eeHtr ny aa la rentsaat. tedattratin, aad .aletar atnor yew Sal t. aad hat ll'Ullh i it niiltill awaasrsc aay hataad aaam ta the tea h. The l rers of '.he tale are Bsaral, aad Use tare prniaia great redact entail to spcaSa. He sale wait b i eetttae aad wrtkeet retort. a. a. iamb & oo., ta at-T. aaa Bsul Bat' BtoklJ TATLOB & 1'EWEft , "!ain Street, SEAIl sTOKSHAn HOUSE. ABB BOW IS BaejajIFT Or or READY-MADE Mill, For Men, 8o,'s aar YontlH. KERSEYS, RI.ASKETS and BHOGAHS. FIXE CI-OTKS, DOESKINS, . FRENCH CASSIMSRES, Gentlemen's PurnisliiDg- G34iat Also A large anJ alegant aieorttaest of JLaclics' iress Goods, SHAWLS, aiiil)Voitlcve4 facets. LOW FOjR CASH! arpOS Clerk's Sale of Eetil Sstato. BT eirte- if a cr r- eeiej Mb, Jal lerna. arnS. ef 'be Law Std ef the i. aawii I aw and Chancery 8 artcf UrarpMe, ta the -ate of Kits Tawrrsre. Trac eeIvme)aBdISsMisULawrMc. by tr next friend Ssaa'l it Brsta. ersaraa lwtrtaa, van nt Set a htah sl llilir, at paail aactues, r Ci en Thursday, 2StU of October exr, at lOetekras. A St . li Ir-at ef y ctaco, all the stent, title and Metett. that th atnan-ssere o wt foa Jr , have to a tortata l of Land, ksowa a lot No. seres roenlhwaaapof the sab larutij ct tbe ea ate of Mttrta, deceased, tttoi ay M A. Kerr. Ser vapsr. it betag tttatitd teta taso ntnee ereat MeasnaM, aa taVtuaeath Htt t th Mamast asd ssvraaensewa Fssnkraad Seal Lot contain three and -lM eight rtt farther perttcaltM reiertcetcaa behad te vlot ts Stela iswotncn. MAROV3 J. WRISHT. O. XX. aepN-dw By A. J Ymmt, P. C- M 31a TJ O 231 S SEMITE SSOHSES TWICE EVERY DAY V Front IO 1-2 till 12 o'clock, A. H. AT NICHT From 9 till 11 o'clock. Every- Delicacy of tbe Season en Hand! COME EAT ASD DREVH.! DD5I VIViaiDS, VIVA MUSS statdlw COURT STREET MOUSE tvra JLOT FOU SALE. ! THE NgSa AND Mrn Ce Msr.laigiseaUty 1 oppasMe Sassoncr's new bnadaaae, at ainettt as. . caps. &x lrz. it- j attssut.nr-. ttityjiiia tae aatg fUm.f tat 14 V feet nasi hr tajelt M i hunt Bp the t&Q9 Tne Earnee has n rotats aastaatn sactrp. pete ApetrwsS. TI. Paihsei, Bat. , tUS tllsWSX Fsckett ov war a. Inafi sep t tf TJenness a Pig Metal. HAVB adr arratig. u t v ei it 1 -as ssTPlytt t-'e to th- ev.t i cie P . 5f-r. ;iit; 3 1 wane SKaliruR., Csiea Foandry. tepta-dta ss. tartan tiapiihraathtaa CORINTH YOUNG 4 CO.) a BTtra, nrrrsn n -arar ilWW Xn.JCi J.iJLJLIU eller s an tb- aow w jrtdln the rarsano dopaitaaiBas ef I- BOOKS ! BBS tothotr tM-wmrmt of SOSOOi. BE, wnkah le ac t aalsaol- w-rt irw la aoe. BOOKS! y rcTiarva BOOE8. ot ACCOUNT. and MBMtV C rriittsg aad Wr4x Faptrt, IHoot Ftna af trery do- aa a r abW 1 aa J- a tM BAUOK. Eiar as WUXIAMft. ITisttllaiuotts . Jfluller, Optician MANUFACTTJBJni Of A NEWLY INVaimm AM IMPROYED SPSCTArLE. jggats DEAL IN jBSt" CLOCKS WJITiea 1K JBW8LRT. 341 Main Street, feelovr UhIo-h, ( OffonU Stewart a Provi' Ma,) rvrTagsjj t- aj iat, mX&XCT. nsH3MZaT oral others ad.aacad ia : O abtht It BWttlac to be dim. erra at a dtMaovta, tan SUMsrithtB. laaatooc WcrlMO, e, a ao aa aarn aa too tne aaeaf nci'n oa taerr ansa a assaa noasa rnaikariatt otaianct c Smcroaa asjaJaaMoa who hare baea iatCMOd apt by iipiaaetatiit na a- orcatiy sretcadiaa la as tag It axceaasri thai 1 sheetd pablfc s gala t suck read ra, tad arotoet sty : 1 b aa Aarata Bkw wtn I ttaarr an aaarti tMaYstaomBTtac aa karnkdsr af tha e. M Ss stracoB Siaaaaa tnat iiatir .ark nBrrer-ol i . a. Soeclaeiee accatataii tn reuaa th mr to ssnma tastl Bent. Mtaor tiy tr eTsrnt wua liitat ew mm Mdltfarttia. w tbest ocraxtociaf ikat a as a aahani T fattao to the orYsi avarralty orarplataieinT. hwrtad aad frame . Certs, Waienaa aaa ref!:r:T repair : at .bc-t iKATf j-nn- JAMBSA,STREITT&CO. Ne. 219 Main St., ODD FELLOWS' HALL, a? racriTvt a arsa..d .oarpete s.ajrtaasat af Fettt ana Winter : TAKC7 AKO 8IA?IS DRY GOODS. ClOttSfllJH al roarp d cr-att a of a-iean te, be f ttad ta a st-rt-as nrjr Oi Si hoaa- whath sassp sf rial Cat rtTtB, "t, laacast ea lysatiiaaaasr aoiaer css ka tjastat .aH. at. Onr reaaMaaa at lah wtth a f aaiiat pa- t-sw ka the at ed Ttk l lo etnki. ta a- sapt con.UatH applied wta aaa aasraat atytr and at the n Vrtt p-lcea, aa r Brehs ara aaanht rarlarttv'y fcr ra h Oar att sjsaih vsska aad saaatl peaat. JlkTB l A .naatT StOtk., raitS-dawly KV Xt Moaa at toil. A. KESSEia-, (laUe ike firm Saaoa ) &aW,) TB7SSIaa l iatVsrm ha Motpli aidTkinty. ih fly aew a-d targe ties f k ka opesed Us an- X3 3F.-Sr G-OOI38, CWtstillatof in . ry latart styf af Silks, IVettltrii Htiai Facy Dres' f; b Orl Embroirleriess Hosie ries, NcttloRn. BCitpl Geeets, te. Atsa, a ssie-did aetortsatat ct BMdy-Md MBX'fS ISO Bei'S CLTHIft'G, Seaatt's rsraasktaar S d., and a at sstaiiiiBB acd art at, wkch have b ei er folly satacard M Cnaawnr daol porta of ta raamLiy. Mi ttoii. hat g oseh an aast Wtp n ash tail I ay any othotoa- lathocit .Itnttaaks psststac ascot rwseclfaTl . to call asd exaaala aay taci: k fc aiiihnalaa cta-w har. A SnatasXL 3g Mats stra. sew awt7 oapoatta oan I Lat Arrtrals sf 9 is mi Skees. Wa ar new te rceetpi o oar Fan ass Waster seaek f boots, sjaofa vnp anos ins, to wntsst we waal 1 levtta alSaalloa . W bare tahen aaaassat aaas la got f las; ap aar atetk wtth rereraace ta that at illll. aata Ml sHartt tat wc can fir alI4fa-taaa, Btan as ice aaa sjiartiy. Freea ataaaai. River Traders and aVrchiata, atawr- ntr. we weaH laaaest aa etaBthsataaa kef BBasaaa tanT. ToarasaOaaJi. er etiy acawBCoacat. w I.I.VCTM a van rasa-. Slave Tou Kasatt T8 lis and T.atoa et Mtgh Mjtr. tf. M. saaaSsaw ntestP.eth.at of SarrVy and aryren ty TliN ias rnty Lyrtc, by A In aad r Sasith. Fartaa'a Life t Aarea ahrrr Poems, hj Oh Westdeti asvhw. Ulctary Attract son. ot the FlMr, by L. JJiittij. lead nacna't Wo ka. Laed taeaa Bap, ay Whatety. Meatman's wars. Rosk.'s whs at Mekrtera ipprrnttcr khp Th Craiae U the Bataw, by Bash Millet. Tao Yawl .'tansy ef the Beea, by aTaajh .waTarr. Tha Old Bed Stadataat, by trash MIBer. The Feotaiiatt at la Creator, ty Hasft Meows. It oa hoea Bet pan had Better call and jwBtaa tasaat at WM. Jt. TA6K A trs , atptd radT Odd FaBaws' atwaV WOULSET & BTIRXIDGB, COTTON &T0BAC OFACTOfiS, tNt GEXEIIAL COM3IIS818J AND FORWARDING MSROEANTS, Xo. 97 Casap Street, etv Orlemd. BBtsPB Iw aageias, nop PUstasaSwawcsaa,an, W peteepiry bust, a tassass waaieaai i aawatpaqT njeaka at ttcM, Silver er Jtacha Fahioaabl9 BftHoing'. MB. B. jomtnott, Proreeaor of Dtadoa mm oxalsed a rents oa the earner of Mail seat Union streets, where he aneaoVs enaS Ma, DAKOIN8 AOADatMY. a cart a. v. asata anal i as pes ia ora r, or SKt noue - m as taven aa tn aaa I peset ttnss. Me J. has a sanVty of new and afaselaa Paaoat, whsrh htilli a Mrodae aart iiMsaayas pecislly t r chcdree. Look eat tee hat ttttaUr, ki wall k sal tat a thK Jnst Eeo&ived. 100 BOX HA W. X. asd a D. HO kansSek WO greet earreat'a Sen IT, Bottwe tad raesaaa) tew hakelB Piper neieeettt Cataaae,ejt . andpte. ads sassr, aotatee, v. aee. Tea Tea tip. 1 S rostra, Nats, Oren.e, etc , osr Per ais By j. f ntAjir. r 90S niciiARDSorvs IRISH LINENS, DAMASKS, DUtPMHS, c. 7 rrtaitaOMaRS cf KacUaaSaanra U tko Oialrea of oteaaa-xa ttas CI Stat I taweU toe last the arise K tasty pan hate aaa i want we tan aiaie et laaataa KfCHAKDaON. S NS k. OWDRM, A a gaaraty at the reundnea aad tanhllpr af SB Sd Thla CMihA I reeijt.-! etsmtla.'! aucatary at hvsee naaalslria of Itfttver aad aclecr Li esa ata ,1 lull, ftaaa alter aea'a, and aealed wtth th Bate of aaopafC AHEHseV, y xrUS , wast, teejttii. a t ekst h jBiy the inaietod aliae ea tbe Ante tota iiibiibmi anal the aaanafaetarers ef BVe .Dntae ftcida. f.l a4 ToataaV ly ak.no a bmntere s p caaatre, wki'e pajenaawtaaan be tinl a wrh OooJa ot a worths. . . haiiiBn. J BCLLO'EB 3t 3. B UKtSM, tsaJScly Aetata, t Ohsrcai rmUKewTat. J. H. ALBRECHT, KanPgeanataatayoa keeast aaty ef ta ae -MASS ANB fOBACJCO, et an ktado, waaik hnwaB tor ' . . For Rent. A Fiaar-4CASA ntttam Bone. taEthiy ImHtas J. Jstrast astrtea. tast aeasea toe a alias Pn i ilima or aT Outet Bas tne w. Fw aad at ltMBaiiet epan-tf Eor Jienl rT THE catce as pea Bt orrnatird ey the B nar CUar X teKaace Ootaaasy. No IS Caett sir, 1 atnctaastrrMt &.w N. I tana a taa atf. TB R optrinerahip hetatjwtie itlilsst haooaaan aaa. aHahertya Bteiher is thai day dasaeteod bp ah death of IheknMr Measpad Sapteasber IS, ieeS. JAMBS PLtMMBTY aad MARY FLA BB ATT (widow of the let Oeorg Flaherty) will ceatlaae la VTJRN TURK kn tin in a. ra- drtt style ef J.neea St M Ft.k-r-T at h tr r xtca.t watahBt, oa the testa . do r rjisen betweaa M In aad Socoad. and . J f n. the aeaeerf Meter 3. K. Wl-wa.l Ji f... !i re I be pie at M r-eie lit psru of i aph i" terser!! ir-tf ; JBJLtSLJSC BOOKS. 5SESSKS. WATSOX 3t nSAXD, No. 313 Main Street, HATK last red a aeaetsl ttettisaiat at AaV COtTNT. Ri:ORQ aad MEMMAnrsarac msaaW Oaant-rleeaeaset Fecy Statsatstar. ate , wMtnT 'Htr WIS sU at reiraaail pete1. WanteA. 1000 taSt-tw tPSHBLa SWaarrPOXATOsnl . SHADES It Na t Situation "Wanted, T)T a Toeag Mas who ret hast ha the aatal andossa J ia)Trstadpttawif trees, freas law anaatrhlM S K?.rth.?,U, " " Kr 'intBatraTa Dry Ooena, Ore- or Comattaaton Beau', tnat keen boetabt SBsaater Dcebt. Batty. aAer rear ,eara,exte rteaee. Far eaf.ac aajty ta tit T. SI. Yttaav MMb atrrM. Ben B D. Netg-bora. Mr L O .VoeteaYaMgr. tr A. Bryan, & , ceentry itltma srrren tf preetred. Adre at. E. JOMnaS. d- Saireta.il,. Testa. Fine Arts. Otnt ARTW. Prafeasot RSUMINOTON. iati nerse taraeei Isaat ta sdsteea arfa, aid BBewTpied i ' j TT . T"1 .. nttarat aaawm Mia seedsJT f. a. clarx affjftt Siluatiou Wanted. ABROTHSIt AND EISTBS. who bar? tudifOTeTal Tsara apQlesca tn ttaestsc tha coasua uiatsr Toaiasia seaBcces, Mataemattea. French asd Maetc.de tat t esa aetasi sasa, teparataly or together, in a lake)! er pits at tatntty . T&a highoit lei ttmastalt gte an. AsUroM Friak FhtRhyr, HoBy Sjrteu, Miss., ear of X. Boat, Kj. aejaf-hr v Mil 1 i a X