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1 M .5 i DAILY APPEAL. MEMPHIS. "WED5E6DJLT KOHXDJG, H07EHEEE 10, '58. "Largest Circulation in the City. Official Journal of the City. Seading Matter on Every Page. The Cheapest Paper In the South J la coEiMeration of the Increased and still increasing patronage of the Memf-his ArrxAL, trader tbe cash system, the proprietors have dttermteed opon toe redaction of tie saoscrip ttoa price of tbelr weselt paper. Fcr dabs under ten, or Gtnele subscribers, the "57j:em.y ArrCAL will hereafter he far Dished at $Z 50 for each copy. To club ot ten and Howards H will be far aished at $2 for each copy. When we ranslder the mammoth aiz of ht treekly Impression and the vast ammt and variety or the reading Batter tt cental be. it ratg-jestiy be claimed that, at these rates, R is tho cheapest newspaper published is the South. CUabs may be made Bp Is Beighborhoode wit boot respect to post oSec. iiny parson sending hi a club ef twenty, at tb' foregone rates, will be entitled to receive on! .copy ereitr for one year. Old clubs may bo i tee wed from year to year on the foregoing tens. Address McClanahan,Trousdals & Dill, MeanMs, icnnesgee. SPEECH OF JTODE DOUGLAS. We k.y before oar readers this Bet-riBC the speech of Judge Docglas, delivered at Alton IMteols, it beiBg tbe hist discussion between Massif and Lincoln. New that the election is over and tho resolt known, we sincerely liopc to see the batch et burled, and the temporary breeches created is ow party healed up. Oar oaly motive for panHtblae; this speech at this time, is to set Mr. Douglas, right before the eewatrr, and to vindicate the position we have takes hi prtferrfeg his election to that ot Lik ooln. To a this svceesofaliy and triseBpbant ly, we have only to addaee the following mc- cinct sjBopsis ef his doctrines and principles deduced from bis Aha speech, wbkh-we find famished to tmr band by the Richmond South : 1. Jadge Donglas affirms tbe original and e Bestial inferiority of the negro. 2. Ha deaioe teat the negro was intended to be embraced within the abstractions of tbe DeelariUn ef Indan eadeace, and assorts that the right of freedom and equality was pre diaated only on the dominant race ef white ""'He denies the privileges of citizenship to the Etgro. , 4. He aSms the cooaeatibiMty of a confed eracy of free and slave Stat, and the jtsott blttty of their hannooioM co exfetsjace noder a eosison constitution. 5. He affirm the ansolate sovereignty of the States in reepeet to eir dotsestic institotioos, and denies the antbantr uf the Federal Gov cratse to diecmmMMte against tho tatterestc ef slavery. , . 6. He incalcates a peHejr of Ben-intorfea tlon, as between tbe free and siavnholding States as well as between the tetter aadttte Fedi id Goovrocaent. 7. He supports toe decision of the Soprense Conrt, and aoMtts far slavery the right of col onisation in the territories. 8. He upholds all the guaranties of the Fed ora! Constitution in respect to tbe rights of the Seats. 8. He maintains the dignity and indepoa aanee ot tho Senatorial function, agatest tax oncroMhaieots of Exeeattve aoarpatioa. 10. He protests his oppoaMas to KUek Re toMcanttsa at every point aad upon every priwetpir H- He pede fcrsasetf to adoMty to tbe or caMzatioo. principles and nooainees ot tbe Biasa-raJ party. Frosntbie sasnsnary of the ariaeiples onoane od in Jadg BoogtaV oxpooitfoa of Ms opto tea, tt Is obvious that, whatever bis afceraUan ia iepect to past issues, h is soaod on the phMniphy at negro aiavery, and correct Man tew of the rotations between tho Statoi and ta Fader al Government. He saav saloly de fg hie MX aura to esfcibk aaothor Korthorn nas with a profession ot faith sore accepta ble to the Sooth. If each doctrines as thooe be treason, and tMr advocate a Uaitor," aad if the Soath- eon pnale are ready aad daianood to ostracise aad cat iooeo from every Northern aa who nab olds them, then indeed baa the time for se- cfrseloa aad dioeolatioa eooac. But we have too Bach esnadmee in she loyalty aad patriot Isa of the Sath to boHeve that sacfe aoetrinos are regarded by tbem as traitorous. WMic Mr. Smui has dane inoch stnee the cammenceauni of the lUinoia eaaaigs to retottatjofcfcneen: in tho confidence and es teoai of the Sootbero poapto, it is proaer to reanrk that tbe Adaiaiotration baa lost none of its etteagtfc and aee of Hs real frienda m this soction of bbo Dntoa. Xbore am some of Ms original aapfwrtat t, it ia trao, who have en deavored to snzgnify tbe contest in Illinois into one between Xr. Booclas and tbe Ad aWaUaMoa, bat snch eirte, is alntost every iastaace, have originated with tfaoee who have aat tbe iategrit of law Dsmoeratac party at heart, bat who ronUy sock aadaVsere its diaeo Mioa. It is ieapoaeiblo for the Soath ever to abaadan tbe Adainaetratioa becaaee of its pe. sltlea on tbe Lieonapton otteetioa. Tbii sec- ttaa at tbe Ubloa ws welt Btgh a unit on that aeeMa,ad tt is felly to smpf that a di rig Ion can be brought abeat apea U new, atace It is a eaetion ot the post Tbe fooncne tbroatoned to qaatter and esesect aa a few days eiace for having ooplia, without cosnnient, an artade from the itfeaTBond Sactn on the subject ef Executive iatorforeaee ia State ele:tiees. We lve been aringing under the apnrebension of tbe knife eer etace, bat we aparehead oar neighbor's serves have failed him. We dare him to con trovert the doctrines ineakated in that article. Let ns have at ieaet one specimen ef year raach vaunted boldness and independence. The ercaaizatlaa ef tbe Arkaasaa Occeral Assembly. We leers froa the Little Sack Trite Ifeme- trat of Wednesday, that the General assesWy ef tbe State of Arkansas not at tbe Capitol en Monday tbe 1st last., and organized by tbe ekotton ef tbe following efSeera : Sex ate. President Theesas Fletcher, of Arcanaas eoaaty. Secretory Jobs D. Kteibsfl, of Pals ski eoaaty. Assistant Secretary WitNaa A. Erwta, ot ratmpi eesoty. EaroHiog Secretary Beaj. F. Owen, et Pu iit eoaaty. Strgont-at-Amw ia t enh Jesior, of Hot nrine ceaatr. HeeeE cr REPUszKTATfVBe. SpaaEer uvivex xi. uaies, ox noaiee county. Clerk Samuel M. Scott, of Clerk county. On Tuesday tbe HMie of Representatives csayleted its orgaaitatJoe by electing tbe lei lewtog other ofieoM : AMUnt Clerk Beaj. Abbott, of Heap etead county. Barolliog Oeck Mr. Torbect, ef Sebastian eoaaty. Doer Keeper Mr. Car, of Oetaoabia cooetr. v Page Ma ster Jefirey, of lierd eoaaty. Da. Pask. Dr. Parr (says Cyras Reddtag, in bis "Fifty Years JkeWeextoas,) rode m ffam Hatton. in tbe meet extraordinary cos tame I ever remember: a dreeeiee-een aader bis coat, a large wig and clerical bat over an, witn one spur, Mot, and stockings, aad bis servant weM mounted ndiag before, io place of behind bis master. At Sir Charles Greville, whea dinner was ever, aad two or three glasses ef wine had gone round, tbe Doctor aet4 permies-oa tobave big pipe, saying he waaM sio and sit by tbe chimney, and take care tbe seance went op; tbe Prince of Wales had aMawed him bis pipe at tbe Carlton Hrose. He was id one ot bis best b amors. Parr's ap pearance, wbeo dressed for dinner, wss well bemming a Divine ot tbe old sebooL His Iwgecauuihwer wig overrbadowed his bushy ereree, aad bis cbeebs swelled eat at times, wben retaining the smoke, while paaeed to 'make a rejoinder to some remark from another. Dr. Pair drew my attest too very awkwardly on eaterieg bis Church one Sunday morning, while be was reading tbe Leseens ; be stopped, aed fixed tbe eyes et tbe whole Congregation upon myself and a lady wbo was ay ca panios,by seybtg to his seevnat, " Sam, shew that lady and gentleman iuU ay pew." "The Dcetsz oy DitTixcnetf Ketbfng but ImsWrUtttv can satisty tbe mind of man ; the aniad of man is immortal. The ocean oaly can fiH'tbe ocean's bed. How vain, then, in man tfeEne satisfaction in tbe arquirement of anything perishable. Was earth our heme then to be aasnKions would be wtee. But we are sjeema to itamertaltty ; aad be who, em tbe Deaab.ua wines of his ambition, seeks bappi nees' la worl My acsjuiaitions, wilt be sure to fart. Who that has not observed the restlessness of human ambition ? Who sf as can say am:eptittd 1 We all look forward to some thing vet to come. Tbe scenes ef to-day di gusT, and we are pleased with tbe visions ot to-osrrew. We gate apoatfaedtstant raountein ; its robe of azure, its lights and shades, so softly Mead ed, make us imagine within its precincts the retreats and cool of Eden. Perhaps we at tempt to gratify our lerigings. As we ap proach, tbe mouattta throws off its azure robe,; As light au4 shades shrink into rugged Chills and vales all dies away into cold real ity. Tbas It is witb tbe natural laadseape ; it ielht same with tbe moral. g-p-Tbe Boston Pot! his Ibe following synnfeste f Mr. Bckusoame's speech, at a late pelWeut seeting to Boston : f Faltowvag Dr. Phelps came Butlingame. After? & wroiul tl4y of this genitemso'e tneeonvwe are easalileet to make tbefeHewi Ina'3sit ibe newer aadlrce of tiwm will t obvious io every enes JStcmen uLrth! ifs aM rigbtl f---t pre- rTua-Fsrlow-ettfeenr. Jm I anl " Ceitef oeies 2i prexcus l am a ej- Psrsrcllos HI! yah!" Ccrrarpondetca ef tbe Apreal. CoLUzmsvnxE, November 18,1868. Miesaa. Keitojb: I have mst read the In cendlary a $4 traiterofis rpejc, ef Senator, Seward at Reebester, and I must confess that I am glad our enemies are so soon miking known tbelr principles aad tactics. Better (his than the motley mixture of men and prin ciples with.wbleh we have had,to .coaleadjn (be recent elections. This la the great secret of our recent disastrous defeats. Wehavebten &btlng a mere faetloss oppctHien, without any well settled or clearly defrecd prtaelples a parly with bo platform, no poller. Let them come out boldly, with a platform of fixtd principles, npon which thex will stood, and by the purity and jistness of which they are will ing to be tried, then the Democracy will sue cessfully meet Ibesa, and the triumph of her glorious principles will be certain. For the Afffri of this great NUen Is whh the Democ racy in Us war upon sectionalism and disunion. Let the opposition, North and South, bat place themselves on the platform so clearly chalked out by Seward, In bis Rochester speech, and their recent inglorious defeat in IHIncis is but a foretaste et what awaits lbsea at tbe bands ef tbe Democracy in 1660. This Rochester speech, ot tbe Senator Is clearly a Md to the Republicans for the aemi nation in I860. In reply io the argument of tbe Invincibility of the Democracy, be said " I reply further, that I know fno, I tkink, fcietc bttttr Ika the reseurcesand energies of the Democratic party." In other words, be would say: am qualified few, I think, are natter qualified than to lead you ia that mighty battle in which the Democratic party tt to he "permanently ctsiedged from ibe Gov. erneent." We would respectfully suggest to the Senator, that when he fails to " dislodge it from the Government," and be has to cast about bin to see M where liberty dwells," that that may be his ceaatry, that be select Janwlca er St Domingo, where he can enjoy fUtriy to its fullest extent, and wberebe can,nnawed by public opinion, give bis sons and dasghters in marriage to the "free African," and teach bis posterity tbe principles of liberty, so dear to him teach them that they are created equal with their white brethren and therefore free. But this is, perhaps, tbe most unobjectiona ble portion of tbe Senate?' speech. It con tains a foal and atreetous Hbel upon tbe char acter and patriottam of ear forefathers. Speak ieg ef the dogma that " this oeuntry must be all slave er all fre,Mbe says; "Our-fere-fathera knew ft to be true and acted upon tt when they formed the CeaetMutieo of the Uni ted St&tes. Tbey regarded the eslatenca of the servile 'system in so naayof tbe ttates with sorrow and aba Hie, which tbey openly confessed, and tbey looked upon Ibe collision between tbetd, which was just then reveaMng itself, and which we are now aeenstoaed to deplore, with favor and hope. They knew that tbe one or the other system must exclu-i slvely prevail. " They preferred tbe system ef free labor, and tbey determined to so organize tbeGovemment ibat this system should sorely and certainly prevail." How poorly, then, dad they manifest that determi nation, when tbe very ConeUteliea under wbkh tbe Gaveraaeat was organized, declares that it shall la no manner interfere with the inter-. net regalatiens and independent rights ef tbe several States ; and further declared that tbe negro cannot be a citizen ef these United States, (vide Dri Scott aecisian,) and pro vides for tbe restoration of a slave to his mas ter wben he shall bare eseaped fraen a slave to a free State. No. .Messrs. Editors, such assertions are wkkad and malicious slanders apon tbe ilhtttrloos dead. Tbe New York sena tor pays a peer compliment to tbe moral worth aad Christian integrity ot thoe-e men. The band that penned that (when rightly understood,) noble sentiment, " all aen are created frte and (esel," ruled a number ef happy and con tented feces. Aad so with a majority ot tbsee wboK pledged their lives, their fortunes, aad their sacred honorr," to maintain It, and who j did maintain with their bled. And Wash ington, the great spirit of the Revedattoa, wne also a slaveholder, and tbe sod on bis grave drank mnny a bitter tear of grief ebed by his ignoraat but faithful slaves. Yet, if we are to believe Senator Seward, these men, while tbey bebeve that their staves were, and e a right ou&ht to be free, and that they were created their equals, stiH held them hbeidafje, Tbey organized aad framed, government which bad for its object the abolition ef slavery, aod tbe equalization of tbe races, and jet refused to emancipate their awn slaves, aad exact tbem to an eqtatttr Kith tbem. And throegh a long eertes af 7er for nearly a century, eminent statesmen and patriots have failed to discover and carry into effect this sole object of tbe Coastitutiee. But it has been left to W. 11 Seward and his patty at this late day to discover tbe reel abject ef tbe Caetstit-rtlec and acting upon the principle of a higher law," tc undo all Uut bas been done, and com-1 meece anew to carry out Ibe object and intcs- UnsT Mr forefatbera. wblcb olWt thv themselves were utterly unable to accomplish. 01 temporal Ot X! WERNER. lbs Late Electiccs and tie Kext Cssgrats The Hrxse still an Open Qaetties. In tbe States which have elected their mem bers to tbe next Concrete (omittine Illinois, in tbe absence ef definite returns.) the aggregate undoubted gains of tbe Opposi ion amount ta eighteen members, which, as they involve an equivalent loss on the Democratic side, amount . r .2 - . to a reel uppeetiroo s;ia ai .uiriy-six. aup poeiog that Illinois and the Stores which have yet to elect their members will stand in the next as in the present Coneress, there will be an OopesHios majority ia tbe House ef at least fourteen In a fall vote. But rt Is possible that the Mates wnicn uae yet to elect naj reverse this majority, and sttN secure tbe next House of Representatives to the Democ racy. Here is tbe Ntt ef tbe States which have yet to speak for tbe next, wRb their rtspec tive delegations as they ntaad in the present uengress : An ihvli .... 7 .... 2 .... 8 .... 3 .... 3 - . , Opfallie. Alabama Coonectlcat. Kentucky Louisiana. Maryland... Mississippi . Rhode Island Tennessee 2 2 1 - - - 3 . V, - 2. 3 Texas a a "tL -4-- 13. 6 6 Virginia Nortb Carolina Georgia New Hampshire Total 62 Tbe margsa bare presented for noasible Dsmocratic gales woatd be considered exceed ingly Barrow aoder efaiaary carcamstaaceai : but Ibe late Rochester Abolition manifesto or W. H. Seward puts the ease disthKtlr witli the reach ef a decisive Seathera reaction.' Let it be understood tbat tbis Rochester manifesto Is to be the guiding star of an opposition ma ioritv in ibe next Cor cress, and remnants of tbe Knew-fteUHog party ef tbe South will be practically absorbed in tae common movement ef that section, of resistance to the Black Republicans of the North, and to their revaki tionary designs, as proclaimed by tbeir New York oracle. We knew that, since tbe last Congressional elections io toe beetbern Mates, tbe Kseir NotbiinT party therein has almost wbaM dls appeared as a general organization. Tbe proof is arforea in uie elections or Mat summer tn North Carolina, Kentucky and Missouri. W therefore think it not osdy possible, but highly srebatde, that tbe Democracy, with the Reeb ester platform of Seward to operate upon, may send to tbe next congress an unbroKen cetega tion from every SStrthern State, which would involve a Democratic eala of thirteen raea bers, and a Democratic House of Representa tives. Let us, upon tbis basis, see where we snail stand. Tbe oppotition, tbas far, including the mem bers elected, and patUaedowa tbe Mates uhlcta have yet to elect as they are now represented ZT ZS T.r'i.1 "r?f?!? I" ,rr," i.7.i." . i . " Maewe- as for her .Majesty, sue was, ss nniliinv..uimn,l ni lunar; ssy twenty Opposition ... Democrats 18 1W Bat give tbe Democrats a caia ot thirteen members in ibe Sontb, ami the next House will stand as follows: OppoalUen Democrats IIS 1S1 Aod let the late Rochester manifesto ef Sew ard remain as the text book, and Seward the orscle ot tbe Northern RsnabUeans. r.aJl tki J decisive reaction in lbs South may be achieved. I Tbe next Oeaereas ia thni still I tion. .Vrw Yrk IltrakL I I OOH RaI I. BOAT). The MaUle and nM. L. I fast apprOTcbtdg eempledieo, aoder tbe super- J k. ....... 1 ..tl. .KL.h i v. ; for tbe speed with which tbey have tvreseented tne work . J- Rra"B w re happy tol, i , i.. fi.i.i,j ,w ,. ijji rV . -mw 'to .treat evsnbodr to. free.n....rr. ezcarsioB ride, bo let all bands be reddv when tbe bope-lnrpirine, life suing wbittte ef tne Lxntnlng Horse is heard; 't then we will all jorap aboard and clatter away te Coltunnag end Esntoekr City, and -jax anon tbe mrgti'v " Fatirer of Waters I" Look mt for as. Pans Peter, r8r ws are cotnin,-, too ! -2nfn Stew durst, AVe. 6. Tte Empress EageMebssatirehased of M'lle .S.IT. point d'Alencon given by the city of Rotten to tbat illostrieeg lady cn her visit tilers with xoais vcarrire. in tsmpress bas paid tbe sun of a&QCW ftenrg tot the dresg,. which bas a uaia oi i i-i.aaa a qautir In lenjth, and a witit "- hu, a pa trees, ana 1 1 . . 1 .1 .IIM.J. r. ' ' . uiBuiaiiiAai.,v. -ifatuati spdendl oajeerwas the f Stare DncbVts V-gwn ttss J-si nPiAJlfpUMle abaBLU proprlatlon to a coart dreSs for lhai,EajpVsM, aiaau wub ue e.iv.o.w-i ts i.E;es.iea. MISSISSIPPI XEOIEL ATCBE. 'WEDWErbAV, November 3, 1S5S Senate The Senate met according to ad- jonrnraent. Mr. Oliver eff-red a ioint resolution, wnicn was adopted, uader a sspepslon of the rules. (me House concurring.) that so muen. or me Governor's Mesaaee as relates to Levees aod Lvee" taxes, be referred to a joint select com mittee, to consist of five members on the part of thuSnate, and members on the part of (be House, and that tbe committee have leave to report by bill or otherwise. Tbe President appointed as members of said committee en the part of the Senate, Mesirs. OMver. Davis, Nell, Stark and West Mr. Harris offered the following joint pream ble and resolutions, which were read for the first time, and laid over until to-morrow rThorarfavt for consideration. Whereas, The iwo Houses of the Legisla ture have, been called together by the Governor wi'h reference to certain tubjects of special public interest, and believing that the public vetee and tbe public necessities do not require that Ibis Legislature should enter into general legislation upon our system of statuary, there. or nrotraetinc thin session beyond the period whleb the present exigency demands, there fore, Butlvti, Bv tbe Senate, the House concur ring, that such legislation as may be general in t's operations including any revision or altera tion of tbe New Code shall be excluded from the bo sic eta of tbe two Houses, and that each natters as are submitted by the Governor iu bis Message, end such other matters as are leral aad private In their application shall alone eeauitute tbe present session. Mr. Nell introduced a bill for - benefit of tbe Mlesteetppi Central Railroad, which was read, considered, encrossed and paesej. Mr. Tnompeoa offered tbe following resolo tlen, which was adopted: JJmoW, That the dercymen of the several r.ui... AU,.mintioea ef tbe city of Jackson, tbe Invited to open tbe dally morning sessions of the Senate witb prayer. Mr. Ottver offered tbe fWlowiBg jtdnt resolu tion, watch wa s adopted ; JtuolrtJ, By the Senate, tbe House concur ring, that tbe use of tbe rotunda of the capital be granted to Mr. Thomas J. Spear, far the parpoee of submifing bis plans and machinery to the ineoectors of tbe nubile for the protec tion of and stopping crevasses in levees. On motion ot Mr. Ellett, the Senate adjourn ed until to-morrow morning at 10 o'clock. Home House met Mr. Matthews Introduced a bill to repeal, In part, an act ia relation to the field notes ot tbe ntirlnal government surveys, wnicn was reau and pissed Mr. Matthews introduced a bill to submit to tbe legal voters in the town of Columbus, tbe question whether vinous liquors (ball be retail ed er aat, &c A third rradlrg refused. Mr. Taasaaa. ef Noxubee, to revive or re- enact the law autbortziftg Sheriffs to take forth. coming bonds for tbe delivery of property levi ed upon by execution : also a bill to exempt from tax tbe Snmervilie Institute In Noxubee eoBnty ine ; and a bill to exempt from tax, the PeraMc Seminary located at Sumerville, Nox ubee county, &c Mr. Ketones;, a mil io repeal so mscuor ice lat section bf tbe S!h chapter of tbe Revised Code as relates to printers and publishers Mr. Crane, a bill for tbe removing from the State alt mvUttoes tt free negroes, or for them to be sold Iito slavery. Qui Motion ot Mr. Gordon tne Governor's Message was taken up from tbe table and made the Bpeciel order of the day, in Committee ot the whole at 13 o'clock to-morrow, (Thurs day.) Mr. Hudson, of Marshall. Introduced a bill In reUtion to insolvent estates, which was re ferred to tbe Judiciary Committee. Mr. Ewatt introduced a on I to amend me act ia tbe Revised Code relative to Ulrcutt Courts, which, was referred to Ibe Judiciary Cemmittee. On saatJeu, tbe House adjourned' until three o'clock r. m. Tbe House met at three n'aleck r. n. Mr. Staart, of DoSoro, appeared, presented his credentials, and was sworn in. Mr. Meeely, introduced a Mil to amend an act entitled an act to secure tbe interest on the school funds belonging to tbe counties embraced tn the Cb-;aaw cess on, &c, approved 12th March. 1S56, which was referred to the com mittfr on edueatian. Mr. Jonea presented the petition ot J. S. Ag nC aad others for tbe sale cf certain lands in Titspah eenntv, which was referred to the Ju diciary committee. Mr. Ware introduced a bill to protect tbe pablic worehip at Camp Grounds and other places in Rankin county, aod to prevent tbe sale of vinous and rpirttoos liquors at them. Read once. Mr. Kearney nave netfee that he would, at an early -Mv,tatredwee a bctl to amend article 6, section Hf chaster M et the Revised Code. On motion of Mr. Kabars, tbe House ad journed until 9J o'clock to morrow (Thursday w morning. Tbe Ices ming t-cttoa Crop. Ootrnpooocne. cf 8vnHh MnuUe-x. Uree Co.. Ga , October 30, 1S6S. Tbe weather continues remarkably favora ble for pfeklrg cotton. I Hers Bas not been a finer or better season within tbe recollection of tbe "oldest inhabitant." Hence, among ether causes, the unprecedented receipts, l'lan tore say tbey are gathering pretty much all tbe cotton on uplands at tbe present picking. nut few antie being let: to open, mere will be another picking in tbe bottoms, though the bottom cotton this year is not bo good as it was last year, owing to Ibe wet wealber in tbe summer. -The fiae seasons In tbe summer, however, poshed tbe weed forward rapidly in tbe bills, and made it mature sooner than usal. This last cause, together with tbe rut, advanced the period for picking very con siderably, according to localities. Planters in this section inform ae that they commenced nickibar tbis vear from three weeks to a month earlier then for several years past: and vou ay rest BMared that tbe favorable weather I -' "" j"- ,m...-. themselves " I observe that the receipts at New Orleans are largely in excess ot last year. This was true even on tbe 1st October, notwithstanding tbe great-injory produced by tbe overflow is the very dieWieta most contiguous to that market. We know (bat the crop is short on tbe Mississippi, Red, aad Arkansas rivers, and tributaries. How, then, are we to account for the heavy receipts at that pert in the earlr part of tbe season? Why, by the early ma turine of tbe crop, tbe rust, "and the satisfae tcrr prices offered. Tbe crop is the Cnrolinas. Ceoreia and Ala bama, is undoubtedly large, owing to tbe favor- ante w earner tor toe past six or eigot weeks. And yet I will venture a dozen of "green ssal " on tbe prediction, that after ths 1st December tbe weekly receipts will be less at all tbe shin- ping' ports (ban tbey have been for (be corrrs paodinc parsed for the last eitbt years. There is a falling ott already noticeable at some of tbe interior markets. At Columbus, on the 23d, the papers say the receipts were " light," and tne urieon (use, ot yesterday, now be fore bm, under its market head, rsmarks that " tbe receipts are falling cfi " triese are straws which the sbrswd operator will not everleefc. Th- receipts up to the middle of October. 1866. were considerably in excess ot rs)oetaiee same date last year, yet the crop of lest year exreedrd that of the year before by some 176,900 bales, it memory serves me right. Yours, A. Tsrsseal Intelligence. The Dierio de Jrti, ot Madrid, contains ai advertisement taat tne pala-e or Qreen CbrietitsM. In the rquare ef the Senate iu that city, is to be put up to saic Tbe iaaiseuratHW) et the aefwmeal o! Ibe Jdarebal Radetzbi, at Pacue, is to take place cm tne ijb or novemoer. Tbe Arebdake-iFeniinand Maxlmilliaa pre sented tne museum er ice city or irieste with a mrc e nnmber ef otiecis reMting to natural history, and sent borne by tbe frigate Notara, woks m CKcasmnavtgatttig tne world. Tbe Loudon Cerl Circular says i The con in I mo ot tbe Earl of Elgin as a Civil Knight Grand Ores of tbe Bath Is hailed with great satisfaction by men at ail parties. His lord ebipis one of those whose career bas been marked at every step by success. A first-class man at Oxford, and Fellow of bis College ; an excellent Governor first, of Jamaica, and af terwards the all-important colony of Canada : and new successful in wringing from John Chinaman conceseiorjs which do not more than benefit ourselves than rales htm in the scale of nations tbe Earl of Elgin bas well merited tbe booors conferred upon him by our gracious sovereign, which place him side and side with Sir Henry Lytton Bulwer, Sir Hamilton Sey , Lore: stratrorc at iiedciiue, aad Mr John Lawrence. Tbe Emperor Napoleon danced witb M'lle. Werie, and the Esnres with M. Werle, tbe Mayor ot tbe city of Rbeims,on tbe 11th inst. Tbe young lady wbo was the Emperor's part ner seemed much overcome, and scarcely able to speak, but bis Majesty's kind manner soon put her at ease, and towards the end of Ihe ? UlkJ away as gaily as usual, moat sraeiotts. She bad a most lovely toilet; and wbre a diadem ot diamonds and a a3lAx (.. h.J . aocUess ot large t earls. Her dress was of wfcsbi tuHet, the jape being covered with a sort of embroidery that was perfectly beautiful. Daniel E. Somes, tbe recently elected mem ber Of Cngr-s In trie First District of Maine, says the Portland Jtgut. of the 25!h inst., sus peodesl bueiaeed last week reported liabilities 1100,000, The City Bank of Blddleford, and one or two banks out of the State, with which be dM business, secured themselves b v attach meat of ncorwrtr : ether large creditors have since taken snorlgagee. As yet he has made no exhibit et assets, bat tbe failure is reported to h ksd am-aod Mt imvirl,H n ihnn urho andersteod bis mode of doing business. vuuac ui. u .i.a l. mvu aim wcicsrur' .k.i, ti i tn.k. .a.u.j .,- n j ih- roiian-inw ibv ti tri,,.... ,it.s lm aoiiatviua, amy uto xiwiieess cauea J?'Tlh.w.: are eavs a j-rand dinner, ae-wbiefc the Date was 'present. An Arcerrcan has purebaseal, for 75,000 franca, tbe faoMtts chatean of Monte Chris'o, neat St. GergtalB, which was bollt by-SI. Al exander Dumas at the expense of more than 400 000 francs. Mr. .Robert Dale Owen, ex-United States Hinleter to Naples, bad arrived lo Encland, and paying a visit tt bis father, Robert Owen, who was confined to bis bed by illness. The Prince of the Aus'rlas was slightly in disposed ia MaJrM on the 13th last. Death or a Geeee Patbiot. Aeeoonts of Tecaot date from Greece announce the death of Prinee Mavrocdrdatn, a palrlot Greek, who ltteralis.riiwlf the a:v"-trt. sf Lard Bjnoa, aaf elale :tyliTtfsVlf, by Dc, -Keaeedy, Moere, Trelawaejr, aad others. Commojt Law Coust. List of causes set for trial - " "WZD.VKSDAT, KOVaUIBKBJO. r. 173 Leak vs. Holt. '. 174 LaskI vs. Kohii. 175 Cartwrlgbt vs. steamb't Lucy Robinson 179 Mayor and Aldermen vs. Shock. 183 Renfroe vs. George. 181 Songster vs. Goff. 1S6 Brown vs. Hawthorne. 188SIrleyvs. Miller. - - - 189 Swayne vs. Cheek. 190 Looney vs. Jarnagln. lflt Grant vs. Duncan. 195 Meebln vs Roberts. 197 Tucker vs. M. and O. R. R. 198 Lownes vs. Fergerton. 199 Lownes vs. Fergersou. 200 Morgan vs. Mayor and Aldermen. 203 Culver vs. Walker. 205 Dickenson vs. Tapp. 206 Richards vs. Bradley. 209 Phelon vs. Fletcher. 210 Flether vs. Turner. 211 Sullivan vs. Teague. 112 Falls vs. Asbe. 213 Armatead vs. Kanset. 214 Bradsbaw vs. Bettls. 215 Tornage vs. Caldwell. 216 Fitzgerald vs. Ti$us. 297 Hewitt vs. Bettls. TTTOMDAT, XOrXKBEB II. 47 Watson & Elmbro vs. Ness. 57 Lackland vs. Forrest , ., 59 Mayor and AMermen vs. Wedgewood. 00 Mayor and Aldermen vs. Conway. 01 Mayor and Aldermen vs. Couway. 62 Ma or and Aldermen vs. Green. 63 Carrack va. Hawthorne. 67 Gibson vs. Mooney. 70 Boyce vs. Hawthorne. 71 Munroevs. Daval. 72 Peacock vs. Hawthorne. 84 Hyman vs. Goldberg. 92 Gayle vs. Shanks. 99 Donaldson va. Felts. 103 M. & L- R. R. Company vs. Orne. 136 Hawk vs. Meilaney. 145 Maydwell vs. Cancavan. 154 Catherwood vs. TeufeL ,, 162 Beer vs. Bloom. 163 Wlekersbam vs. Fowlkes. 161 Townsend rs. Swan. 155 Mendbeim vs. Swan. 167 Park vs. Walker. 169 Hodge vs. Stockdell. 170 Hoffman va. Douglass. 174 Laskle va. Khn. 180 Renfroe vs.xGeorge. ' . PBIDAT, JJOrEUBEB. 12. 186 Brown vs. Hawthorn. 187 Schabell vs. Huling. 188 Shirley vs. Miller. 194 Grant vs. Duncan. 195 Macklin vs. Roberts. 196 Hardaway vs. Harris. 293 Harrison vs. Phelon , 299 Howard vs. Watson. 300 Ensley vs. Lake. 301 Willard vs. Mayor and Aldermen. . 302 Clouston rs. Humphrey. 301 Gartrell vs. Black. 307 Mansfield vs. Taylor. 308 Dean vs. Mayer and Aldermen. - 309 Wright ri. Lusher. ' 310 Rawliags vs. Bolton. 311 Day vs. Winston. 312 Gliddon vs. Massey. 313 Martin vs. Coward. 314 Locke vs. Looney. 315 Locke vs. Looney. 316 Locke vs. Looney. 317 Dnnnieell vs. Hot ton. Si.TtTB.DAY, NOVEMBER It. 318 Miller vs. Mayor and Aldermen. 319 Glass vs. Eddlngs. v 3i0 Ward vs. Holstf 321 Sherry, use of, &c, vs. Hughes. 322 Citizens' Bank vs. Douglass . 323 Ferguson vs. Harrell. 324 Withers vs. Grosvenor. 325 Lownes vs. Bradley. 326 Pesce vs. Bradley. 327 Jones va. Bradley. 32S Bellows vs. M. & L. R. Railroad Oo.- 329 KeaUey vs. M. & L. R. Railroad Co. 330 Yaccaro vs. Dean. 332 Stanton vs. Bradford. 333 Amonett vs. Brown. - ' 334 Brown vs. Apperson. 335 Ward vs Felts. 336 Maben vs. Croffnrd. MARCUS J WRIGHT, CUrk. oitlizilame Caprcll TH QRSiT KAICSAL CLAIRVOYANT & SEERESS, Has Arrived in Town. Tt rADAME CA.PB.BLX. res-tlfalT liraa th eMt- ATA.iwser -tempats au rieialtr. tit fter rrselM ins Id Tirl.si OIUn anl TuWBt In ta Ualan. hr im bas gltei pnrect utlifietua to ill vL hm o.i-Hrd nerin rdiuia to u FAST, FRESEXr .ad FUTOEE, be 111 b'eo inda-ed bj annj to Ttttt thU p ace, tut which purpose ste has uken roernt at the tiOUUKR CIAL HOTEL, where the wesM be t,tp,T to see ad Ut3 nur f aar tMr witb their catrossge. See wtil as wer as- aoestloa rtUtlng to Blctne s, VrrU?e or Ab. sect FrKi.it, sad -IU describe the (stare partners, ae well as if he hat bees cqoatBted with them derlnr 11. 1 11 iib, She advertises notiBr bat vhtt ftb r.n tA p!ed; h-r ward t give satlMutlon to U wbo wish to ecacqsiiBiea wim ins rati rretentaBd Fa'o e. She wis birs with this wenderrm elf t at m.itiec ih dMtlnl;sir Din, aodh has rereakd asttries thst nomsrtalXcer She amir l&qBtr, tb a,e of tbe linen, ascioaa, oj rooiGlj-tC Ite peseta, tsltatnllr reTl the Past. Prevent aad Pntare. HsJise Osprei) emcribu aedict-, tr &H ca'ahle ns n. -&a s perfect cure is sue by srpncaUos and oseoi ner aeoicuM. resrrct sautfsrtlinornePsr. Price for Lsdus, ft : Oestleiaeo. $1 ractt. &9-sim FINE SHAWLS Pine Clollt Clonltn. Ail Wool Xwctds, I.Inseys sad Jchhs. . Negro Itl'nnkcts "and Ilrogans. Wool Hoso and Half Hose. Kerseys, Osnnbtirgs nrjd Stripes. FOR SALE LOW. TAYLOR & K'EWEN, JU'n strett. near Wortbam Bca-e. Notice. TJT tb iHreclkn of the deceued partner, aid conccr JkJ rente er the ae viTlex partners, the bas atss ot C M. E03.TOM ft. 00 , will be c Btmned as eeretotere. U. O. BORTOW, JA3. 8. WOODDXLL. T.9 dawtm To Hardware Buyers. A. J. WHITE. .r. A. JtTXXLC A. J. WBITE & CO., lOMitrnl sod Betters la H1EDWAEE, CUTLEEY Guns, Nails, Castings and aielais. HAVB niw in stsre, a tall ascertBeat of articles 1 In lh!r 11b. io wheh the attrnt-en (t OAHI 7 aad PAOHPT TIVB EUrERS is Inrlted. Pur-fij etsrtBC di'ert f ra thsEaibhaed American Mit-C ofsetarers. rsabies m to efft Ooods a' prices math less iaw Acfewzre eora ia utiszsarxeL A J. WHITE tc CO., tl-!viwta j Prent Row 4 Rare OpporSunitv. rTins .tirertlier hit to. rest, a I to stair Uriel? jl. tiguwjiwir cqi&ir, -wim nr rooms, xltch ra ac. 03 oos&iuon of a rec?rra cf two mam with ord, tmH, HibU, ta. Jot thre prion. Thte coatU llor.fro o-r-ldered rrt.12mers.iien for th rent. -Apply uii v-.v.a r, -1 r To Contractors. BTDS ae solicited aai 11 MOKDAT, Le Uta Soita ber. fr belidlnx BKWliRS under he wharf letwren Ppiar d JtffTfoo streets. Bids will be recelred for mser wra or onci mii-rui. ntat nd ip-nflca. tlonj for which, mar be seen at the R-ct&eer' once. J. II. HUMPuhbTS. n-M Cltr Raslnrer. Opening of tho Oyster Season. Vluccut Kaclsaluyio, Cor. of "Washington and Front How, INK OS, HBJctt recelred pee sfesmer Tacomar alsrselt ef fine SHBLL OT3TSR3. He has eeesed his old stand 'or thesea'oa. where tbe leTers of the flee btTilres on be (erred la aT stfle rem the Shell. Stewed, Rotated, sceuep-d or rrted. He Inteads to teen sj bero- tefere, netblns bat the best asd floret the rairttt at isrot. uansrs . wines. Ale, citrars as ussa!. ts-dsm Fire Fire ! iiURRT "OUT BUT STILL A-G01NG. Jas. h. Case & Co.. AKKsUHreAdrinilwUllEf to watt n their c-sto mtn- Our offlce at prec ent, tt at CHA&LB I FOT TKR'S, where we are Had to ate oar easterners sat par enrtltbllltles. 7A)1 orders aremptlrjlllet as niaal. as-iw Ulantle Grates. A TVIX. ansttrntet ef Goal Grates, cant U tlx f sf -io. riuu im run KBa-e-m. witn rcacers. Deal Bouets, Fire 9ettr and Coil Shore s. tt recoced prices. a. j wars t 00 , ES-dlra Dulers la Harlwtra. C Prjnt Bow. Received ThiB Day QQH BAGS Sitra Family Floar, from tbe HaaUttn. 1 MUls, and for sale by J. Q. TLOEllNOr. Ha. 11 Prent Row. Wanted to JLease. A SMALLp'ace for three or flee rears, with from IS XX to to acres of goid land well entJoted nttabie fcr gtrdrnlcg and paitarage, wlih a tmill and comforta cls reildesee, eat bosses. &c., trlib tbe p-irllrge of nilag Crtwood on tbe premises. Sty frem three to fire mites cf Memphis. Any oas hiring sacb a place (o leaae wm sou a gooa v-aaa. uamfa'atety or toeistor dsaaary, Byaptxyingu L r UBirriTU, Germutowa, Tenn Or to B. R fcV. B TTADDKLL, Conrt-lt, Ucnrshls. r twS.o ' READ THB LIST, AKD then cat it eat to- rat tt Id yocr pocket at a guide to tbe E FURHiSHfHGSTORE No. 6 Monroo strootti ' Bnems, Brashes. Malt, Fall, Jobs, Clrfmf, Dnsters, Vtrtler rrtats, Triyt, 'Bowls, -CcSSe Pots. Jfea. tm, "M, Tejt, Wtih Boirtt, Clo LtTMeVl Baskets! - - 77 mnJS" In fset, aaytilax Tea want at'-i sc. , v i ingraham & seo'. -r - Tribute of Hepect. AT a called meetint of the members cf ads fc net Idte. Ka. m. held at Ihtlr ntl. Odd Vj,n... RnlVSInr. If-nd.v m iralll. ITuTeraber . t t Tste i r. hu t a ctr Ihe last t al' trlhaUtf're-pect to their IsU friend and brother 0. It. nonTO-r. On mttcn, it war ..... . Besa-red. That a commutes bs apeelrled to drtf t sal UM rewlatlont for th- eectilon, aai thst tbey be pab-lUatddaiea-eef tbeettr papers, and that the BeereUrr be. aad ts herbr tnstrncttd. to faraUh the fstelty of oar deceased brother with a enpy of tio aims, and the members ef the Ledis wear Ihe asatl bsJie ot ZEoarc UsrftrthltlrdtTS WncmrAS. It hts pletpcd Alnltitr Oot In hie sood twis and wis ton. to remare from oar midst, oar belored ftirnd aad BrotheAO u. HOBTOSI tbet will we ts cret his les asa minsie oar arrow with Lis beretred fmllr wa e-a'atinred thttoar lets sawell e. thelr'i. notwithtUndlnc the eitnr chtlat of tff-tttea which beandblmtoeartbhttbeevserered. It his eterntl xU. Itsttb-enoarprlTl'-ee tekaowar dectttrd Brother tens In hit dulr wait it well t the Lodrt roeo, In List was thsdstieol Son. the Mid Hatband, the scTetlontte F-ther, thetraerhrlt'tin, and th rood Clttl-O tralj erapttCedl bepoosened -bote tralr Vsawtc rtrtaes wnicn are eo O'crtttrr to mite a mtn a u u. - DHtVino wtib lit fit-rail gtth bat a Ifteon it heart, whoeecbtrltr extendi terend the rtre Tn Ms dttth. the canmanltr bare lost on of Itt bet t cltlterii, Mtfiiallrhtrebeen made ls dtta aad th Vrtterntlr rebbed of one ot ts brltbteit lewels. Bat wfcn we lee ferwtrd to the Ho whrn tH hnmn pa'sa ts iba" end, wbr botld we laearn for oar deprtd Brother? We are reminded thtt detth hit establltbtd h'l empire oattrlht we rlewthemerttlptrtof man eniltred br tltcbtlri. adwl heat the rrerfreen Eprlt ef Ptiib thttihtllbiocmlaeterail icrter, tbe srtxe woaM be dtik tad aforar We ire -emlixted br thit. Ihtt tfere Is a better psrt within m. orer which Death hts no do mlaltn. theath he mar enrqier tbe Boar, the Boat " eanaeteeBQaer OarBretherttirilTfi: behtiwroasht it tbeClllc-nt Crtftrnun In tte oairrlet tt time; hts week hts been tqstred tad cambered; He It enlr roee to pmtnt to the Muter a tpeelneneC bit tklll. tsd to rerelre Ibe wares thtt are dae -into the lost sod tr-e, wajea la Ufa e erntl. fhert ha wUl 'Ie, where th In pteme architect of the rfnlr-rte win fnrerer preside. H. P WOODABO, 1 P Jf. GAfltt. Comailttee Attest : TV. a. ciax, ) wm n Pitch. j BtCr aio-dwit For Sale. A COOD.Volt aad Drtr. tor sale br XA. nic-lK J. D. BZATTIB a on. GOAL! COAL! fennn bskbbls trt rrrrsBnBon coat, for $lU chctn. Oat;. Na. Si Front Bow nlo-dlw r.t- Situation Wanted. A TOHKIt V1V wha writ., a and raoli band. X tfcd bt1 tome kn-wtrdreof Book-kJeplBf ; wbo eta nakehiruetf nsef at, and aire rood references, lianilsns io rrpenre empiorment 8lurnt'e mtta an inject miiwi siiatuoa. Addrett tt. a. 11., care ot nex c, r. uv Jtempsia. t iu-iw Kollcc. FBOV and trtrr ttti date we will lnrirltbtr chtrxe ten per cent, for the aie ef ill ds loaned br ns, and no cjodt win be takea back or exchured liter being sold aad dett-ered, unlet, a ii--1 asd-rttaidma to Co o. rBAKSIOLI Si. WIU.IAMSON. Eio-Inj Casli Wanted. OUR leratla latere, will be CASH or cltr accept anco. Ii ouia qnente nf preit Its lftbUltles. and the ictr. dtr of rasdt to meet ttem. we bare b-ea romp-iled to aooptueutin er-teto, tnd beace.'orward ihau tdhere strictly to thtt principle. BlO-ln FftsK3IOU & WILLI1V30K. Trotting Mace. A . TEOT wBl come tn orer tie Ifrmpbta C- nrte, cn XA. THniiaD IT. Ihe I8,U Karetcbar. P rr an T uz iieri seat a la s milt Iwatt, to htrnrta, ariifer, -.rc-j eairaacr. siuaoe4 to ice para. ' ' vi si nuuaHTaBi", proprietor Jiraisoc&e VOV7 J&otice. TUB sabscrtbrrt to tte ietnt dtfrnae titbit the Wlnsheauraiitt. are mnetted. wliheot deltr. lo nie wiu a. a. wacaeii. . . Qoart ttreet, a ttttrs, a written description of th- lets ewn-d br each tndiTllaal tstlsitwhont triU hare been inillUtel. Alto Ihwe ntnoctextnii wno areiatd. will tarnUhths names ef iu lecaws i hi. waaaisi. RajftntL M03BT. BOBSKTSOX TOP?, Q a ATEiNEON, a. gbahak. A. WOCDBTJFF. M? 8t Coramlttee. CITY AMD SUBUflBAE Property : FOR SALE OX EASY TERMS. TjWtrB, Ste Rtldencr- em Conrt street, and sereral aae JL ana ea me ttme txreet. Tkree Sat Eeflieccn on Jkelbj strctt. AIM setae vacant inAt rn aau .trest. StT.rtI Ktl jesces and rtcint lots on Tanes street. A seed Th-er-tt?rr Brick Baiinert neete en Hitn nretx, near unioo nrrtrti Plan nuti. with 39 lo f 0 Xfirwi lwetre teSlttera Aueatr Oroand. Una ml! fram ice cjit ror ale, or io traae lor clt j rrsperty. Frem l.tO) lo t 830 acres ef seed Itnd In Western Texas, for excaanca fer land In Northern If Uslsetel, er a t-t iramiK-, ar ATilll I. From 10 'o 15 thohte Sabnrhan Lett, tone lmrmd. for rale f tear Tbr ire near Q rtrabama an J ar a l. .tE&u. on tt. new s,r. marUwc Pfank road : Frame Butu witb f-jr rir, ar raome, ni-sau, lerraai-t noe ac , good iliMUg T-tat, ae half Cub, asd one-aaU ia.pr.rea pertr. Ah. a rood Eoctawa. Htne, and a ocd new HckIi- "i, uiat-ra.c tiarttin u ouareu. IatdstHeatoUetbc-e rror-rlr. we bare ut. to- p-oted and rtr.prcred. ta T.rloaV , the dt, AUt, sereral tbooaaad aerea tf anlmpiornl aad tm prored Itad la Hbtttdptl, Loalittni, Arktntas and Trxts. In which we will c&Vr xreat btrztlsi far cam. m. umc, u iu ciouatc ior oitrr precerir. AFPITIO KOSIN-OX 81 TOUNO. nlO Man KeUU Brokrt Ko. S Ma'.Min-tt. Pvcmlnni LIGHTNING RODS, A COPPER AND IRON First Premium awarded at the Alabama State l-air, ftovember 4th, 1S5S. THeaid are t wo obj-etlont f t'uvtcVj aie-1 atalmt the cemnun it jle of Lle.tacj; ao-t. rU: Tnit thej aerk kvete. aad someUmei un, f&ttrri, n. .t t k. Isltli, tad teat Iher become rastr, aBdthaslooteavt i cin-au, powtr. it, e terioss MKCtleas areBiw eatlreiy sbriaLd, bj peitlOE ep Ibt Rd. ta one oaeu-aaamt pirce, wiiLoat D.-at ox faint ot any klad tnd by ibe Htrodcetkn of Ocpper In ihetr mtaoftctara. B.KAD THB FOLLOWING : uxivzhsitt or LooisiAa. N O., I D.cam&er 1S i Tbtt mar cerlifr. thtt I hire caref an innliml tbe Wlre-Kepe LHhtnmt Coniuctira, mtnafianred by . - a BmueuL.u 1.1, riir a un niH cmriaced. tbat tMr posteaicrerr rtsaltUe far a nei- feet electrical ctcdncter. Thedl'eaalBgwIih alt Jotata and ceap'lBgi, and .becrecf Orpperla their ratntfic Icr. rnoit site there a deedei nrefcrecm tea pjmie row-, iwypcr narisg trjost seren ttm-s the eoc- uBcuiie pewe; or irtn. j. L BIDDET.T rr3:eeorof Ohec i ry. afrarnis Bcoicii, College, Not. kss. mrrafcartfeUr tzamlaed a anrlm.-i th. wim- Bpe Ugbtnlrg Conda tor, prerentei br Xr. B F. Bt con, ot thli ell j, I taJr cjnsar with Prof. B:loril la Ihe iDrrcrccemmesatii'Ki. JOHN MILLINOrOH. Prefiaroret Ot.ral.tr;. Geposxpoteeifes fere. time, the ean'mirr nv of Ire. " Scitr.tc American " .oer.a.t-aii.a eitoenre pnfareace err tbe Boca t5"Tbte TLait bare b.e. iTtactl.rl iniminmi thraattieat IhS states ef nAtti. -a).m.tti.. iu.i.. rani LSCMaae, dn-rot tnep.s! : riir.. aad ha-eii-m auiircfaa, aaiuitciieai. FBI0ZS O? WlBE-aOrB UGRTKIKQ BODS. ' Om-afih Copper, UetEH per foot. Utlf Copper and bait lion, 27 X cents sec foot. All Copper, M crcti ytr fort. Points. $3 taeh Tne tb)e prices ticl'de Sxiaret and naiiira- m. Iher wBl also be forwtrded teorder with nriat-d d,rm -Kma w pniiui up a. a aitoenn. or nfteen p:r ceat frem tbe atore ratet. Orden mar lw lett at L S. Brms at rn a r.rrn?. Faetarr, ecn-d atreet. between Waihinzton aed Adama. wi -i.n i- BuftH., &pq , Ateni Aitmt Exprett oetr pinr, (wKn waom we b re made arrangements to f jr- lira iiicq a. low rtut.l PlealeeaH. tt abcre. and exaralne imlnim i, ail. ra SUWIH T. BACON Agent for tie New Orleani L'ghtauiir Rod Ptcterr, -"- r -Kempbte. Tana. New Boofe. CLEA.VES tSc-VADEN, HAys RK0EIVBD THE LIFE AND LABORS Or the RET. DAIWXEIi BAKER FaaUr ad EraagtUit, prepared by hi. tea, BBV. WILLIAX If. BAKKR, Paster oi Use Pr-aiylerlin Ch-reh, Act tin, Texsi. IHtstrattd wHh a One PortrilL AN ikciUIRY lato.the j - IbATT OF NEGRO .SLAVERY, In (hs ' C . TJ1TBD" 3.ATE3 OF'A-IKBJCA, TO whUh la prtCxel Alt nisTOBicaL sxcTcn or ilavehyj BT THOMAS K. B. O Jbb ' Of Oeorglt: THE COURTSHIP OF MILES STANDISH, Aid Ofuak POBHSJ nrKRT wAD3woarn LOxarsLLow. - 1, - . ON THE AUTHORIZED VERSION Of the NEW TESTAMENT, ldcoiBeclBtnwlthtomencsntproTotaliferttsrtTers or. By richaud cnKKEVii frk.vcd. FersaleDT nlO CLE4VE3 i. VADJ.V. Estrays Shelby Couaiy ritAJLiEJH ap, oy TBtmae e.u.i,wiut ,oatae i X 23d day of September. I S3, three e Sorrel 71- I eld, U fWJ I ir In Ihe iLdjL. 1 llorsts tne ttuat 12 or IS years I binds kith, left bind to wile, a iter frrtbeal, and swiy.btcua, rained at .o. AniihiT 10 cr 11 rsirt ad. IS . bands high, left tlad and tore feet white, small btsst la the face, aod vtlatd at $40. And thotxlrd,7or 8 jearso:d,16 bsnds high, light klai foot white, bald rare wlib white month, and a tear tn the rllht fore lex aboro lbs kaee, taloed at S10 Ssld Cote rritlei oa State-Line road,-", mlietwrt: ot Otr maatowa. Takea an. br Lewis Moere. on lbs 6!b dtr of Octtber. 1SS3. a Sorrd none, aboat i2 years old, US or 13 hnd klgb, a few tadlio nurki, tad SMaewlndgfUsoa left bid. leg taicea at gaj. cam jaore icii.cb iu ug lenio uirti uittrict. Tikrn no. br I -a Doatlatt. oa the I h day ot Korea. ber, ISM, a Browa Uerta Mole 7 er 6 y ars al 1, abcat IS baada btth. lens mine and tail, aad a .car ea the left bind toot. Talced at tSO. Said De-glua miles aboat II rtlf. frem Mescals, oa Pigeon Boost sad Chnlaaema Tarcp.te a. d luuass, nllt wit Rtogtr She. by eoaaty, NoticeTo . the Ladies ! FlKBoppcrinnlly it rmwifftred to the La4l;t at jTl X BABISD8 a CO.. la bay great Bargilat. Ia order lo chtnge oar baslaes s to A strictly Fancy Dry Goods' asd MlDla. ry Store, we bars determined to tint oatallinrhearygoo s, BssDmestw prints, Cotton DeUlnes,kc,, ats.,.e, at COST CJ at BD7. BARIKD3 f. CO 02i Hand, A SPLENDID stock of B-'Uels and Millinery GoodfJ XJL flae Dress SUta, Blcn Goaks aad sciwu, i.ieiy re, i cotrsd, to bt sold low for Cain at t.. ommknita & VJ., C7 Til Mam ttreet. To! Tc TiGVcrs" r rrt ,, , , . I OleanXinon and G&mm. Dinners! A KO. 1. Ck, -Waiter tnd Ircner.oaltt mi to lettl CX. any oat wanting to parcaaso,, Appiy DILL & DORIAK. ioi IS Frjnt Eor, Kby Halt's Salldlag. nt-Uw -.'r. , Forwent, ttOM Insist of Jscasrrnext;tba Store SEd.Honsal tcowoccaeledbr atl-tTSndld- Sl'Bro.lfOB Bait sldeof I Mala aaljstt North of Adams street Apply ta I w. a. luuamvau aw, I p.ir Carser Coert street sad Frost Eow. I I A IS Is AMATUER CfflffCEftT AT Odd Feiioivs' Mall. Wedneaaay, Koyember lOlli, 38. PBOGBANlIt PAST t t. SVnl srd Csorns " Wsre Orawlee W1 TecHher." Betki'i'i. 1. Ctralloa "HMTteePtewr ...BoeeUt. 3. Dtt0-hutOitnMen Versdsn,"....DoUf4tl. Mr. (VWei ard If r BsFssn. 4. Daell " I're WaRerd la Dress " S. Dsetl FUnt and ViesM part it. I. Benaae...... asnkaspt. J. Otritlct Freta Eleaer et Oeteast. S. Dan l 'rem Pj-.ni CVrte. HertM. t. DOOr - W ItdOW Jtt'M-, "r fl aUan. 5. Soar " L-rtri 4. Vetkea." s. Trt -cat Ml pent." Dmisetll PejTi open at 7 sttotk. Oeweert eraseecea st 8 Cosdette'..... P. FUtto. TS PU-o need en tktt Muetea H free- the eetebr sttd Buuis-ir n n'wart HerrH, Sew Terk. and far Elite b. P FLtYIQ, AtetH nlo-tt CRISP'S OAlETi. LEsasB and iriKAatR.... Actios Htaifsr 'd Tr-aierer. . n. ontsp. ...tt. W. CANNINO 3IAILSH'S JUFBiMLE (J02IEDIASS ! WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOV. 10. WILL be preaee led tor Ike Brat I Ik, at M-aitM. the 1 teteieeet Patrr Sceetecte of the SA1AP Q7K15 : A at SIWK alt W epM e-h at ak. 3 O B k - - - - a 1 rich cetlasiea, ettsairt putn&e-aslla. SeasSete mrehae. leal arranirmesls. and pntttes Isl, reeaUltWn u whole of Xtrtk't Jaeeallrt Idtradsdn, Onai v.,.,.. ?Tuk:2""' iuu or merm . . - : ....................... j hih. WMte OtBetT m OofcrnJ 0a!l7 .. , B nstoe opto daBr fremt S a. M. te 4 p. M. not 10 OOIiXj X 2NT ' J3 MSTT -dlnOOLLANEOBS iXD OHAUAOTKR ST10 COSCEKT8I It TB. COLLINS, tht C4 WlLail TacaH.t aeil I.t.1. 1VJL Oese, frtra theTMatm Bveel. Loades, Vit Im ns Bdsnaarzh fartaataHtear'srtwlrtrsinyis- .lu.irotni lorewftar-aiiM. iwu Btttee tee srraleat lrlh OesedUa .f Is dif the e-ittl sineer ef the naY.rf.'S-'.' '2?. Br."-Lw Baeked Oar," wld tire sieeait' act. ruilt Utusul Kom. talnment at ODD FELLOWS' HALL, OaTmrdar.Thertderaa-iaatBrdir Xreetrts, Kavtra- uri y.o, i Lin ana um tfiit ilr. Oomcs win te tMM br 11B. OBOBOE BARTOK, Tbe eehbrtted Beflo 3 nf r and PlAatet. Tits-is to at Xi. Rsterred seaU 76 eeete. O alter t . j . Am K nin c trnmmm H pel IISDI BStSJIly 8eaU can be steered it Mr. Flarie's -taste Siert. aiaaeA e -v. re - tt . ' , " -s- ss 1tB.ta vi g aUJI - m D - rsfl. S20.000 WORTH OF uiiiiiu m UTfmmiTi AT tVedncsday Jloralng, Kor. I0tb, At 10 o'clocfc, By G "W. HABTNA, Auctioneer Provlne t Stewart's Block, Main Street. I will Bell without Beaorvo for Cash DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, Hoots, h9t$, Hits and Caps, Hardwaro Guns and Pistolp, YANKEE NOTIONS, Paper, Blanks. Hooke, &c JLB of wkiea trta he seM wllkel ts re-em s. sjese nS-dtt Fostjionemetit 0a t XtoMtt of Aactlosccr. I I mSlOlf-ST. PROPERTY I AT AUCTIOIT, I u'""?"".m"BSTlX"'i, .t "tS-SSK !L V,"?"'. strKL tbt' beiatttal lot on naloa u hi ham-, ii A. B Sbtw's reeMtejre aad that i n i Jul ha- i tc.i. lac. Ihe lot It m feet firat oa Cake Km be tn .ji. pnaatnr i i w oiieseott.pei- St'S. Ta-ibote It ocr of lbvt Ka-tlfrJ Is tkaauT reeiwIrlegMaTteBac. ta iini aelekkHiM .i .i tii.i.u, eaafficea. Sale BeeltlTe. rata ar at Ian Tana - v.. vate "ay er law. A WALLA OB. E--- Aaetttarer. Family Residesi.ee FOR SALB. Wjs wui aire a great btrrala In a Let oa Bran. Areaae, eeotal-ihtg a tw. Hery I ii. m wi.i. ua ,uv m a ia, aiiar cn ,.n, m.. "l .Rwii-Biuiig i.rtt I. Den tea i nuttii. Apply mo te Sf O CATRI s. JW, e-t 'w AwelymitTt aed Haa- Itat- Br. krs tttiih aeieo we steed, w h boat It ) fall. 11 it new tt innuiONK 'Bat I BtOA aire t la tbe rtti-w That well kaewn eetnt! a", two ttory frame duel tax, tea Kui-a nti, gsoaci-ifn. BcetT shaded wilk rhke frt trtta. Bwitb tldt ef tTnloa ttreet feftajertr .weed br Mr. rmn nn adffilttel by all as se aasettg tbe Treat dnlrtble rrtttea- eet la tbt cltr! belas toe hick- it let in the street. It pre enis a ipleodM tkw, aad win be aoM WBDlf BJD IT. I IBtk ef Korea-tier, at IS r.'ctock fie ee the ptembee I m- mi ii n i m freai. ioe de-p te as atlry Pottek htrp-a rare cbtace f-r a bota.. eaeeeSattea, at Itwt 1 read y cammatd a rea'- f dleos raw asam-a Tnm. $1jO eaih. balance ta tkree peyta nts. ee.iJli: I,t, Jnae lllb, ISM; Sd Jane llth. iseK 3d, D-teaVr llih. I Oil t with Ma --,.1 4 ' I 18l. with Ilea ret Hied. U O. OAT03 & SON, Aaotkneersaal .al Ettate Broken. ccit td Great .9nl)liee. Best o" kll ! Men.plus Ahead t 3.A TS OS" T. EAe-aaaaa S .An-a -a.!1 AUOT10N! IVoTciabcr 23d, 1858. nil. laUUATION SPEAKS FOR ITSELF. BIJ. a sab-dlrltkm ef LoU Kei 17, 12 and 7 wnieb may be tetn by tefe Mar to lb ntl, u... -N OB. ,SD ,UC U1A ttaM Tut, .u . y.. " - . . LotsKot l.l.Tir' K .. truMt tist: , J v- nl.l. ....I. . ctpm 01 -to ted ewlato retpectlrely 1 SS-100 ..... nm. . e. o aa. a treat l.o feet each, br a d.n'b nt tiew iu. . . ......un,. waeKiran iB acres, mere er lea. tola rrincnr It within l-n mirnl.. .u. , .... .iikbh-j (BDwauK tnaaewef adcabt) In -- I . u -a miB Ticimity. i-t- ma i-Biran aif to or JteaaeB alreal. aaulh tiw w.'V.. y ante iirect. ard west by Dtrjd Park's ' I. "r.T '"- Ibroath the centre, from Bonn to aealb tnl east .wet itf.lv ,V -"as. irtur cia be trrred liocnesr i. . ii.-.i. , errnrnui-i tbewbotebt. lot a beiailfal. blzh. atun. ami.i TblSafiordanefeaeawlBailMfha ht v . .... T' I an epfenaony bat setdes affSrrd. & Mi,.iur isiBrinr. tar tar m tea I m .. ...h.. !,Ul ,be ,r,ct being ao-reslde.U, are d -tiroes vt nviiBi oat uttr tBtareat. in Ern3.i.. w-..a. lalewinbepoettrrer ' ' ' vJStVUe'Titt'SWHtli!! --,-l' to "t-al Pty- 7i " ' u- . niiereti time rale L , c Dl taaasa aa dtferrsd pay-aeats. retained. Oaly tklak of the eluaeeawar enun in.i , ntltC. tb.se COElIderatlasa add . , . ' ' 101lStl'e,'reml,,"'TnM14T'!m KoTember, at Omalbattee asd rerretbmeats free : Bemestx r we are ssetkiag I. thee. If n e!Tnv a. rnvi ci.tds Aaett acers sed Rati Kaiate R Winding nn OmiTOtliWW. are ut. aaowiiatngtoreterB mob, wewt'l creeetatfor Ua oa TflUBSDAT. tbt n.h v.i It TT'.VJU A.taict7bT," S'Sd'X . "i aowrattriOTiar jx per Sanaa ; the tot Is eo feet front by 130 dree Al o ess racaat let aejtlalag oa Bo tier street-aloe baUding let. TEBKS Oe-SotirlBi Ciaab a 1,, 1BH..I,. i ... Men. SaMinttepnBiurt. Jf. O 0ATCB ii SO!f, "i Aaciloseers aad R'al Ettate Brekers. tHaaiml AT tbe same Heae aM srer by. tbat neat Frame Dwet Utg. Hts rooait with port u. go net front by ISO cfestVnt,t?t,l"',,D4k1,'cnU, -rner Tcnsit une-ieann oatn. s. tx atai is u,h. .uv I Intereitindntn retained. M 0. OATOE i. f OH, ArcU tteera and Real Etute Brekers flBTA .Unre ..rJtrtr. Dan. ... ' licit. Lora fraaitag on Batler street. SO feu trent by S3 P'?1 03 ,Be "- -" nar the rtrer-aK Bice BaUdlte loti, qeHe rettrtd tleiy. btrlag a Use vtew bbu obb emit. tuBHttatnaii nin Tiaui- 0as-f earth Onh, 13, 18 ind 51 aen'bs wtib Tntersat Slreet, A BLasaat retreat Two Lots. Kot. t and I. aa lha sien ..tL-inj-r t-.. Scott's rtsMeaee. Q feet each, naoior tn tt.. .1... .Iv. feel. niglbkBsSdmgLottwHtfelliw tail after the sales tt oar old fitted oabbta'a prejerty, TUDB3DAT Neremberllib. Dss'tfetget that great day ef district ,r u IJ27 vtttsi. TznstS Otc-faorlbRaab. orgs dat'a n.r- t -b , uatance ra eae aaq two years, wrta laterett. H. O. OATOX 4. SOK. rt Aaetaaneers aad Seal SitsU Eretrn. Araline'ia aad g-qalrr otaay. NIGHT SALES. A a 8. LETY & CO. niUU VU313IVK THEIR NlntlT JMr.B!l This, Tuesday, sept. 21st, AKD COKTIKBI DUBIKO THB 8BASOK UOOdB all Wt-ITaB ted &S rSDrOaOntOd ftln(,np n,".,: . nt0aM Clothing. Dry Goods, &c. A S. LETT. AntUnarar 84I.E OP VAXaUAEI.E ARKANSAS LANDS, Am A TT tt m tt wt 01tT?52T S?ia .r-. . Ucn.atwatltJOaectleBscrgoodarTslnableLioc? rw n.""' "" m MilJaSr Arkaaaa. la Townssip i. ncrth, ranges s, to, Urst ?S3SfwS J 5fJi "atM .'. io. II. ist. TOWnabln IS. north, ranir.. a e... TtHMJ OP SAI.C Osm 1M.J ,v.V:l fTi7'8' 1 MW to be given wltk appjor. d eeenil . ""V01 Jstereit lira daUef aile, and a lien wtfl bs u. iu. taxa r tne ctrerrea garmeme. Said' Itrds sre te bs teid inr r,-u.iij h...h... Ott for division. Tbe naltamUr i. sectloni caa be seen and fanpartienlars glrea it the af-' no - or wiuersnaa n, Siecier, Jefiarsoa st Meaaakit sedawid- DOSIBi THObatOkT i 1 Ct-O Imjorters Jobbers I a tt X? i- 1'X'ja.XT i MlFtlg 03T Faiiey and Staple MY GOODS, 314 illAl.V STREET, MEMPHIS. TEH HE Casli, or City Acceptances. One Price and TSo Deviation. So Goods Delivered until 8ct- I tied for. Xo Exchange after Sale. November 6, 1858, To meet the sonvealeace ot alt we will keep open frosa 6 in tbe merulas; ta 10 at nigfat. I r ..V -rt r w -""W Blegtnt Potele Skirt ftit( ; Sfieoeld tws Flaaiicf 1 Larie stock ef pitls Btitk BMkea : pitls Btltk BMk kfMrstac Araares atet Qse Grtlsi. 3PBBO, DOHOne & STBAN'flB. ReallltckThread Laote, a wMtkti Bista uHspen ua,, an weai ; Ta -nine 1 1 aeet, i. atttlMtai I JaaeavM.3wvt, UaeniadXeJI Elites tad taafrttsii. tt2J, D3.VgS i. WBaKOK. P on net BlbkeM ; Si sk BSSkanei TMseaear mktam; JaSa BSkSatvi Yetrstl tFBEB, DSXMO k 8TSA!8E. Battees, Fej8ttkt taa4 ledSatM, Vet --G--aVB FsJSjvaty BeMoas, If tail ; B.lteat. Beset SeUMI.AHStt. WKBB, BOKOBO h. SfHAleSB. B'"'V2Z BVarr Weoiea tlriaat ) asd mmj wmUmn; s-t, , tn, n-t Htnyni i lattj i-sad Bsswa DamiiWaa, aB ftSKI l. SeBat), BO.VGHO SCKAJWK. i Bed Btsekets. aB ttita. Crl B-taSMSs, an Sales, Bearr Waste MMktsaw BSeaketi ; Httty Qey MsHlaaw BSaekete. 8-ane, BOOeto & bokings. Lnh'i' Fort. a alt awaM w. vety aatgiM tad rtrr oaeap. BPS 2D, HOOBO h. SISIKCZ. iKeatitnajTirBt Kedtwac rjMteo; Etakieadiiy Bk j BatkraMny Oottetl ; Bewtai XeedtM aad Ptw: sewtog OetStB, aB grades SPEED. D0NOH0& STRANGE. N. 314 Main St., Memphis. b)Jvi SABBATH READING! fOSHBllt'S Cbwea Blttory Olirk'tOtaB-aeBtaryea .be BtMe: aewi-e tiemmeaiary ee let utatei Collin's lotiitste; Paeatt Oyelerorda; Life aed 1-sMte Sex-tees et Br. Lisa ; BeVBt' eydaf-U Of SerSkSM J Al.tea' Seiaifs , Jaeabwt'Metet oa tke Sotfri; LlfeofDr Alexstder; C arHy ed the PilaiMtT.Cberch ; Looking Mte Jesat ; HKcaVKek't TUlljloea Troth, Uhntitwd f res setesee, .a ee-rete l-e. et atoeer. SfetSKmantsa For tale by WX. R. aeRAKela ai OO OaH- oot FeBtws' Hal. Fine Bioodcd. FOR MEMPHIS. Stock TTATING been eegszed ta BreedtBg aFURsartar F1KB A-a. i BLOODED St IKK. of an klndi. near Piaakaatt. Kr., for tbjat 'weaty-dTe years. I bare saw a nrassa mba-d Ai tecs aatkere Is good Bsttrttise U the Okie rlrer, I will brtag ta Hi mphlt, for sale, a let . f DURHAM BULLS AND HEIFERS, Frem tne te three yttrt aid. of tbe Barest Mood, wMk iiaiu ojea pmikiw.. a i ior Hartf aeantr. aevi or rart. ott colon te Bet t a 1 tattee. AIM, a lot ag ywaog BOdR3 aad fOTTS. which are croeet ot Wobsn. Iruk. TerkthUe aad BaeMk Mood. sll ef watch are tratr ae,bt MtsesstegqtalBttes seae- wnitTtnaai, . lauaiaeraetetreasiaiaaert. AIM, a let of retrMBC BCCC tHBBP of tbe tMa weM, and of tee 'IspnT.d Xe tavkr' breedi. wktek Ust tre now Jaet y retarded, as far aa knows, u the a-it prarrcai orrea i i Mf p rer wed tad matteo eeci- Dtaea Nome wui be gtr. B to tfeepeferi ef the arrtral -f tkUttoek. and It wM be aaWtd at p1rtt. sate, at moderate prlcee. flariae aoM tees, itaek to Dr. J. Toeagaadta Mr J B Grtslsg. ed lleapntt, I desire 'e refer te tBsa Bheaid tt be dttdred te order ear are. . BBim. am a. trassrora, e.y "-atw ROSgRT W. SCOTT. Wholesale und lctall CAKDY STORE! Confcctionerifs, Toys aad Fireworks! Jfosejth peclit9 MADISON 3TKEZT, Between Main and Second Streets. WOULD retp-ctfatly caB Ike attention of bis aa mr. f rieect sad Use peMM la aesaral. to by lars assettment u Carxlies, Cakes, Sealed and Prea-ved Fraits. i'lctles, Kalsins, Oysters, Nats. Wines, Cordials, Fireworks, Dolls, Tojrs, &C, &c, &c Ornaments, I'yra raids and Suppers! FOR WSDDI1TG3 & BAItlaS, tttueaaapreaareasoeraeria the meat ttataat ii,i. Mince Pies fresh every dav. Cooatry Dealer, are tap -dt ly tattled to tali aid ... asiBemy trja Mora stme,.r--iaaleglMwhefe. tirsera iroa tne wanry peaeteany alti.ded te Bi-aa 3oe litchevavnes Op ard, 11 s FORT PIOKBBIKG, NEAR MBMPBIS, TSSK., jOno Hilo South from Court Square, cn we ni.e a urge an of , eJSf um t t tit m -.--.---,-,. JSi or ear ewa grswtk. P SAC II TBBSS SlTSBT asd etrereet. mt the latrat APPLS TBSE4 Of tbefMat Btrrf . e.. tlia ft..i, PBAB. TRASS A :arra La a, Ttw..r -it nt.-.nt ior irrri. Aua Oae-rr. Plain. Aarleet Keeiarleei. l A ttdendld a aottaiaatair laraeaaat t...n.t.A. VTTBR. ""Ml, KU3CaaSdOBXBK-nOCSS PLAKT3. AByutBg ,n tbe Nnrmr Hue alwara aa hand Plants KBirlBtt-d ta ont-r. aarf 4rmra tn an turf .-..J I ' I . WI UBI ... ttruert irjm It. countrr udleataaT. Pertana la the rU . m mbh vc i n . moowwa VADB TO OttDER win ke a-eeea-aadated mm r...a.M. vrmt. we empiM bob-bet the best wetkmea. U'aers taraaare lite raa4 ftffl.-a ta taa ar n k.m.at v i.i recti-. sretaK aiteauea jus nroHXVARKB, Floral Qardea. Me mpbli. Ttea. BT-dawSai Kctucky Twills and Plains, Je"s andLlnseys. UtHOK oen.limatt Ja;t receired and tn t Bdawjw A. T. wer.r.o a won . DIBBB. Plantation for Sain or Rpnt. W , .. 1 tf rent s act re of ItBd-JSO efaated. eagjl Hi-aia... r "aHes from M.tnahK eaKontoncab Cr-ek, near oa W mrk Road tirl. ' HARIvttw v Tnittfi! oerrawtar Vajtum i!rl S50 Kewiir.l- TJ AVATVaT an er aSewt tfctllbdiy f Sptem. At, a-mer ibh. mr nexro oor naeia.1 iMRTtn-t -.. .w...,..is,t,ii. eraiiKikes sign I mt dark otmateUa .dawn look . wis wtiah i.i t tn poand. BepfiysweBeatteedas; hid on wben be leitsntwyalrotblae cotton rants, checked eetteeade WH VIBWB nil bbt Btw ruriBwi ,,wi.t.lT!,,S0,U - Oay be dejlrered 'o me j T wn aBleavaa aa t ST ld waj - - lea aa. t-ll.e.. mr i sw u t .j jante i aa, i mtyejeaalfi Mm. . . , CI CTJURIB. icknn Oaunty. A'k . Pet 30. WM ES-dtwla 2,00O Dushels Tarver 'eed tor Sale. foflnn I HAVB 3,000 tsihelstax Uls esiekr sled seed fer aX ApptrioB. M. ABsmsJt O. JBi-dtw3a, . .1. T. C. HABI. Becaived- Tliis; Day, : tasr mad4pkU--TonnB-aV aVea'-I-rib f 1XO. S. FLOBRKOT. T)Tf!ttaaw X PataMee nt Ko. 11 Frist Ejw. P. H. CLABK-.-.J. f). WILK15S....TH0S. MILL. CtAEE $ WATCHQVIAKJERS, SILVERSlkllTHS, AND EN-GKRAVERS, in roars as ajtd duals aiix WATCHES, CLOCKS, BILVEE AND PLATED "WARE, Fancy Uoodis, 3cVclry;, .ike. OUR FALL A5D WISTER STOCK, EJtBBAOlKO one of ska beat teteeted and rlcheet Ttrlrtrof food.er-rfi'rl le the Soa welt. We are coaiiaatIT reetirias tal of the letrst strlea ot saidi tn oar Hne, aod wenU can tbe mmtttn ot parchum aad etbert to examine ear eteek. Aaaeeg oer let-Uss arnaes saaj -e roaas WATCHES, Bath Qotd and BHrer. Baattng Catea aad Opea Faces, rrsa tse eest maaaraeuriea er lAsaen, raris, Genera and Copenhtrea. Dltmoad, OpaL Babr aad Baerald Geaa. Peart Srta tor BrUat Preteati 1 Ctortl. Lata, TaHaouIoaraet, Bait Batmeled and Teat. Fob. and Guard Cfcatat. Ladlts Ofeatelaanet, Plait, asd KaiaKied, wHa Dll- Ime-rl., ax. SIXiTEU. I Tea Beta, Oetree dial, FMeeeri, GeMets, Walttrs, Forks, speoBt, aiaee-e, rjc, , mn, utse aaa ice ureant Hal vat. Oaatatt, Bttttr Dishes, Slop BserfaLOc rAlso. SILTia PLATXD GOflBfl. of the newest strlts, ma isarrert, utte juttaea. Jttat mtset, lta diettkkt, OeWels aad fTaHers, aB stses. great variety ot Clock-, of French and Aaerteaa Maaaractare. knee lit d t. o ewa eedetv treaa tbe beet makers ts Btreae. pen AssomsatsBeatt. tu tasat ptttets, aWta Bertsier, Traa4rrt, Bsai, Aiaaw Beta, aad ABaa Patent, Beaems Keires, Eases, SPECTACLES, GaM, Stiver and Steel Frasies, Pebbles, Ferls- eafacs. tmgmas. ana otser kibs. TAB LB AKD PtJOXET OwTLSRr F ALL KlNBi. ESGRATIJTG. IStaUaadPreeaes fer Lodges, Oewtt tsd Bsaxt, p-ala aad oraim-a. waetaz as v ismnj uarot, In Ike Wt title of tbesrt. Jewelry made te order and repaired. Watches repaired by experienced workmen. All work warraBt'd. No. X Clark's Marble Block. epIS-dtwawlr GRIPPI KG ASD ECCEXTRI0 ' i Screw J$r2lC!l I ' - Patented Mareh 13th ard October 2d, 1865 GAS FIT THB S JA'D SJfAIIHS Tills Superior jffRlMBB. (er whleh' we are THE SOLE AGE1T,rs- IIAT7S.8, SMITH t CO. (.sr.tr HARDWARE 3NT I AKD CASTINGS AT Reduced Prices For Cash Or Approved Papor. THB SUSSORIBtaS ARB KOW RS8KITIXO THIIB Fall Sapply cf HarJvare, Frota the AMERICAN MANUFACTURERS, AND BT aSiaesoldvL Tm portatioa TB0M ENGLAND AKD GERMANY. THROUGH OQTt Resident Agent in Europe, We an enabled to taralih All Goods of Earopcan iUinufactnre, At Very Reduced Rates, And we lellcit a oCes. ezaaUatlen of oar preaeat itock ry -rcrcha-eri ot aH kinds. "WB OAK AKD WILL. TBRVUH TO Country Merchants, AX Geoda ta ear Hne at aa Ashe Can boy taem la say Bittern er Southern Market. Cash Buyers Solicited. HAWKS. SMITH ft CO., ocis-l r 0d and SOS Main atreet. Grindstones. 30.000 peauttSeva Scotia anj Btdea Grlnd- swiea, at tsw si ares. nAws-?. sMim s. co Barcaing in Hardtvarp. I w yea wun cargitas la Hardware, call apea JL octlS HAWS", SMITH . CO. Table ontJ Pocket Cutlerv. ".Hit aawrtment tt very large, and we are settlor at v lower prices tnaa at any other estabftihateet la the I niy. locisj u.wiyj. smith at CO. 340 Dozen Chonninc Axes. kFtbafoBowlng brands: '3 CoMtas," -nant's." W " Llpplarott's." "LewU." -H OeBlrs" aad "Blodgett Tool Cotnpaay,' for u at BastxjU PXICZS. oclS DAWr-, SMITH X CO. Sundries. MAKILLA Cordage Cotton Bops, 50 bales- Oakam, Log. Or. Trace. FUlb, Sfreleber, Stty and Toagae Cnatni ; Bar Iran aad Steel. Tin Plate, Bar Tin t ISO (Bodies Sbf et Iron, allotted, for aale at redaced prices JtAWaS, 5J1ITN A IAS., oclS SOt tnd SOS Mila itrret. AdmlnlstratGr's Sale. IVK THHBSD AT. 4 h Korraber. 1SSS. at tb. lite re- W Idenee ef Ana Smth. decrued. tn R lit 111. IwlB trB tm tbe hltheat bldee al tbe ptrhtabfe property be longing to lbs estate cf wla. J Smllb, derated. Co D t.atlng of Hani a. Oews, Htgs. Cera, rodder, Heatebeld asd K-tebea ParBLare, tad ratnlax BteatBa. trim in aaeaataawhr til CUh. orer S24 a tdtt of twefre mcntbe grren, fer bond tnd ercarlty, ketrlag tnterett. . Perseas bodiax ciilais agatsat tbe ettate are nattfltd U brtax tbeta ferward for peymeat. aad those Indebted wtft pJeate caH and ray. EOISRV L. SMITH, j ctrra-dawid Aaaunastra-eT. w HaaaO IBBaP II il CARD-a'ETV FIRM T hare aatidaf Mtoeuted with toe it tee A A comaisetea senior at trio ef tbe am wall be Vr J O HOt. LAND -ra 6. Be LOCKE & tit. sltenllonto ta. Beat Batata Wlitae-i, rH-1 Vaaedjaat DTtaehee. r - - ffl Kr. nOLLAKTJ wsB giro kde aaattrM oti-rbna2it tetrQaffdtetee Sna. 1. a cectinnaaceof 1st BtertlptlrosjiCQ by me. April 10, 1663. . a. B. LOCXE..... C. B. LOCKE & CO., AUCTIOKEEKS, General Agents aad Seal Sstate Bnitcn. 232 Mala street, Bear Mntllgaa-i y ' rASTlCtJUK ATTXXTIS3 TOSAUIStaB. . CiTF OR C0DSTRY PRJfl?Frr LAND SOBlr AXD VABJU1CM, llZnCHAXDWE, AE0R0E8, FOHtVmmk t BICLSS, STOCK, tC. We are fatty prreartd te attead te OtsssSaassawatW aaad talta at mrj deterrstloa. AB Fda ta eter wanaa charged wtth lesartace, aatesa tlii else ittstOtdnt STORAGB aad OOnTBaSK-CXJiTB tell catbasrraKe aside ee Cenitrel i ill. SUBURBAN LOT For Sale. WB hare er tae a beaeMSal aaSaaain last of t atree. H ia atteaud ati tke aaw SSatftekt taaaa, batwete, tbe teeMtaee ed Col Weleaa aat SBa ea- a saatal ItttS.BK ea N r Intber Biiltiailii i b s. r inrafl oeU-M ACM am, aaBwatBaaU.a.ikesti THOS. MUIbIbEbV, Tobacco . ConunisBloa XwrteMi. Asd THE VIRGINIA TOBACCO JMWtS& Ml XaJn attest, "i p-d6m ST. laMfe MV no. r. calx,ar a ., w rasa. a. HAttcusa.t. OUU wfta aMteaaa. h. tm J. P. CALLAHAS -('fc dMn-M aH Foreign and Dexneaiio IaiHors, Aad Bectiflod "WhiBky, Oigars, o - Bwtn Levee, bet . VatntagUai Itil 1 1 n-f gr. LOCIg, ntj. AXDERSOIV fit WATmSt temmnmi ami ?rwauiiavg No. 36 Coaawreiai aiteea, ifctn-T of ehettMt ttnet.) and M leases. --i Sf. Law, mo. H. R. oL C. 8. HXOQD, Uomminten aad Hrmu&mg Aad Beahase a FLOOR, BACOK, LARD, BDTrm AMB Provisic-SB aMieranS 81 Cosaeteial St., between OUv aati IdKSft, aff - S. LOOIA, MO. . 08e, . R. ssssww, Sew Tart. W. w. s GOODWIJf, JlDRiUr k C , (fwrmertr aeodwtB t M em,, lusters Imt Tobueo Mi frrpi A ? -Mnatrs ad Plac nae-dat, Osastm aad -XSeaeklB Teo, Saeaft, a.iSr'xaj r Oaav BaeTtttl ireet. St Laeta, Me. n ja. FRANK TT. XODSK 1S i HaMitaeMraad M P-asa-fcta as; nERRIAG'S rATrTCJIAJIPIaiht, Ptrtbe SteteeeC Mteeeatt, teat Se-ra, aad HALis rxfxnr fowmu BOTH ratatred ritt VeaMa a WaanaPl MH. aaat WewSSe Mr. Maw Tea. : tieatHer ef TADU8. TalU aa-, vontsra, at w Awe Aseai Ssr PaSent Besak Lee, ed tie u re aaa 3i Oaaa Cf" rattery et-eCaty.l .-et- A. Bzcxna... J. A. vtuua. BECKER & C9 Ganeral Coam!sIu dterokaiMtav Mb. M tW fiesMttas-. Smth nr. Lorjta, mo. LIBstnAL adeems saade eat tiodar aaieataaai strati wth Piel.se aaa M lai.ltiStaed antes. TUXSTAIala &. 11&IMO, rrMsee & PiOTisiM Coni - SS and Sf Coat nercial-at . et-nttr ad HHarn ar. Loots, xo. WZtilWBtaaeafeiBaiwcttat act ISId ta HS SMI sts id -teeaaala aatd the Istaeler aaaawa, a3 taaa der theca oer tttle.e e tkve et Jeaesr, Sa ky. Perk. Baaabac Bt a staye, Beeoa, Let, er awreakBrr arttetMt.be iaend ta aaat aTarket. to. ed ewe Saas glree ale seravaMt alUntaaal ta iritl aaaal.. aaad a-l eenaesnted SSttag aaatM MtaUaoUam. tartk tn aad farne to all w aaay-f.Tjr aa wtth a trtal. aarerM ttatB te.aa.o-t atada aa ah siaitda ed 1 amittauat r arises BtexaNr abSB, eta raw at tttat wn bill r Is ioa i earane ed tb rtlt ed seek ahlaaaeat ar ecrsyeM-T TV MPT ALL BT-lsa-v Singer's SewmgMaohine Person's wisaing ts pureiuee one cf i WteDLBdewtflteeeadikeir rdere tt A. a KUV WAK. Ttirelfx A gaol. Oflka is aaa autea. an inniiit. wan ww nemet ta jt ana law tbe rtitdeeea ed tk. Btttr ax d naa- me taeeeese baa rwtttea, tb reby ie-f eTlea ttl ran to Bearertteaa ae. ig nest tbe Macadam iddrewed la kla id ktaaa(h a, w.li awea aUeatam Per Ben Jraaklin. TTJST J : 10 seoee Widf SeMeCata Sckata pa. -w - tiea Draeey. 9S " Old Pett WIM. 39 " Otd MadetiaWtBO, M " OMClantWae. 5s,s9o cifin. A.3 urrrae). wl reu Wanted Situation aa TooakT. A GBAtHTATS ed Tate OottBar, waa ka kegl Swt "A. jeata azaerirBee aa tMUtrtir bl esse ef the aaa lastltatters ef the Seeth, sad eat rerwfck the traara tettB9oadai aad retettnui. deatrra ea - - sateeaeBt ta lose OaBege ef Au4aty, er at pnrne iitanr. tr oe-srea, sje cm gete traetlea ta Freaea aad Hal lea. ftttarr . erate. Addeus, 6BOKrS a. th u-dswsw Notice. Orrtcx SosTmsaw Pacific Rai JtAKiRBtt. lxxta. Oat A Or VIRAL MKBTtiM td lae Metar Msrkhuktts. td ttte t 1 stain- wot be beM at LseawTtc. 1m nf Tf 1 11 law 11 at 11 A . tag of Ike Btmt reef tbe OettBear wtn atto ee baat ad theaaSMBtaea. taa-. - ' - T y-- ),. acted bt been SicckkeMeta and ratnoSiin. AcaBnsattehatk.'B made wl'b tbt Ne. Hm raty " It clatsatt.be c atpeeed of endttara, klltlat fl't tke eM OotaBtBy deaaaads far thw sessa ed .rt.it ,-i.i.ow nt ittai ec tae ettmpreaBSit 1 piyeBeatortkUta ebtedawtekatkiee-ajaalk at tkree. Bra aad aerea raeelaa ib taak ar a aesukte Beyer. 11 M dettr.Bio te j iwtrj 1 .hi- icurm-warea, aaas we raty t the Bead aed rsertr er th o preeeed with tbe coo-tract lam of the Meed Oas i.c-tstHoet tne aezt twesAr Sr. 1tre k-tac ta the Treajnryet Texas. IftbedekU Ve -aid ta. iWsii as tbeOempaayef -rr ittitMlrttas. aat Tbaikiaij topnsce-d witn tan road t akara, ae feara a ed g aaa tertairardot tbeb-tttlty cf T.t at, r eg MM aaassaBwaai of brr preaterriy, kr aetiilc rc'lcr. aod kaar aaaat saett, aa-t Boaar yea. of ber llbera'tty la tt. ratare. MSB tke Ptat, Uwarda ibtt great 'a-t-prl, it he IBS taa taw. One ef tbe -lit railway trsteaa ed Iks TTaMld TlBSSi Av caKaaaaua-ra are ra.iea afiBltasr SB Slift X w'ij. aaa 10 a. l asaB til aaa ercry wvF saar las-tBtaaiy tanBeaeer. at-sd jbptba ro WLZBS. Co JfluUer-. Qplcbhm MAKDFACTTJ3J5R 07 A XSWLT lNrBr-naaw Aim IMPROVED SPECTACajLtE. pjpP(m DSAUKIK Jeffedg CLOCKS. WATCHES AJ? JBWKUtT. a-ii Jimn street, btde-er Ui .uppotut Slttrart 5r ffOBsnd'a -afaatV) OPOBTSMCK aad other. adraeaaM O stgat la getttax nbe eta. awt-a at a fitted with the Ismrel SeectacirL mm mm al , tbera to see the eaeat noarh am tbaa. aiaw aa ffcta coitrtd-Tible dltiasce oS KsBseroaa eaaBttsaaTaa of persons who bare been Isnpaaed bboo as VBBjeaaBBBBBS kv dlrktaals thrown 'heSryV, iTsadslg mTtm ssaV, AgeaU. reader It Beceaaary that I ahva.il eaaUea the PbHc ajiie-t saen reaeVta, aad lellt I ssr seayastaaaaa. I bare bo Agesti. Ber win 1 aa3ar ay 'i-lrfr te k. tyd y prraotit parac B V-i laaan ed the eye. It la my persoaal eip-rt-ace in msnimi w-.th UaaaaprleT Blaseea that reader tneh aatrerea' lallasaiiiea K. B. 9peetaote aeearatety aaytweed to the exfs ee to tniMe the tr-arer to pertate hi ami I ultalii laatnj ceat. etther by day or ourfadrtt wtth S'tSattaaee satd tattsfactlen, witboat eccaeteBlBg inat arsag aBMaTuiat or ftllcTie lo tbe orrae araerally c-HBaeaaatdaf. Iteaat tcserted ts eld mmet Gtteks. Watchee at-jtjfcaeliT CArefany repaired It taet rwte tnd "11 fat tlaaS-J. tonr- hran dS ia-Btdy FINE BOTTQH PUKTITION FOE SALE I0FPBB FOB SALB ray Black Lake MeataMoa lnCjaksaui eoaaty, Miat.. comtns av la Be -atr-e ei tae rtrer ; Oee eait froa Friar! Petnt ! totheooentr scat canf-lwiN issi icn. eaa eieared tad tn eatttrttaia. 26 acre Itiaarf rraraea ta Heme, 79 br 0. with tre ecn anSaSaiah knili to ase itetm wbea Beeeeearr lwss te ee. Wth. naettbtdteaef Itnd In theeawty BorkeheSaoT ts Is Bigb aad wen dranted ; a pe-tlea cf it e-rer tyat mmm "era w-a , negeoBmeseomena kMactra Me ea ml!, leag and oa. beadred yirde -.lev ! rtt at r wster ; hlth baaks : fan of Seh Twat aeaaMM la In fin condition ta nuke Are hasrdred ba a e aM Beat year; ptetty of eora oa laeasaee to itaakw a eaaa,; Be Sae raBeb cews aed 3 yoke ef atreta caa ajr-wttfe tb place free of charge Vy Brtct- la tadtlw taee m Mia In catb. kalasoe la eae, two, three and taerr yea a. antav oatlntcrtst. ' Si I wib rem tin on tke nrerafact nurnu "an aat n t&ia lStfssa, staer watta wtae any eae. caa laadat say later ataata taa. al 'eet et htlaad aa. UQm. lttlppl 1 Me, 13 m!W beJew She potat, aad sar niw.si, Mr Jie4, wit latriahaheaeeaad show tbavSaaad. If not sold by lstot Jan a try, wtn be 1 rale I" lit SkiBF-aiiStat year. - Jg A letter adds e-sed either te Frl.r', relnteBBr(uaaaaw, WUeox e-aaiy, Alabisa, wtfl reach at. Juss xu awntaog. K B. Tata tract f laad eaa b dStMad aaaaa tan firm a. as there are tw. taprorc avts oat taanBaai. SS-dswIw" Notice. ftROM this dale, no Barchsiesero f tracts made for aaceaat of sUasser "Kate rrttoee," w a. paM, noleae, ander et ecxai oraers from mys etr er eiera ul-lm J C. StCHAXUB, Mi IVew Famlture. 1 IBs so t. a ?v at iwa, aavtad, a tea t4.x Aeo VV fait asd Kebrt-kt. tilt day. 1 targe assortment ot PI SB FtTBKTTr RX from Kew Tort, etailaltag of Frercb Bedsleads. Wtrdrobes Bureau, sretfc. Staad. ; rles aad Boat Cstea. 8a-etearda. Btagre., Wast-Itae. kt, ic AH of which 1 ttrstetata works, and wNt be KM lew. !B7ImI McKIKKJEX X OO. Small, Houses for Bbnf Iuatb lam smtu uscsea rtr '"--iTBITaff tbe Memphis asd Gatrleaten Depot. ' WHS a7t -NO. V. ASH OtfS. g t4 Mttimnmmm kat It aer.rd wltk a afaarftvaa at V?- i awe- vtVUMbmlm i a tpr. A steal bargain tw 0r SweaB eafayiaaaBMatL --. , iBatki saw Mlaada, awataoark.aii, ala Ifcid. Star aa. jVantljrt UoMB Bret ila. t ,1 'IL.twi'iapiahtJpa.