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THE MEMPHIS DAILY TUESDAY, tJjnjX, 26, !Sp9r
"MEMPHIS. merest- partial reaHratten cf sttetr bope,'and I aci.Mq.vn or mn lKGLInll r the rrowtee pondHr of Nimwfwai be J go 'rnnUK justice. ItllSS cktcktd y bli faJUre to BHkoo4 1! neMe 1 -un2 . of the war a free Italian aabeu. TIte mm of Victox EMAKSlLjutwlrl ne observed, wei Dei appear In the peaee makiur, arrangements : july:o, lsso. I Xaklcon mi tiit nrfnriMl In the Batter. Whether tae Kins of Sardinia wu tttitucd Reading: Matter on Evcrv Paee I rrfEItfit ai Jen tt t atret ir- imvi imij i i - - - Larecst ttVm lnKern It, iltr. fitter meant of j-.iBg at rawent if be eojeete. - 'J-I i.jl.Uv1iaUli iatanaa Willing prize made ever to Mm, a&4 to be emiet ami mM bit own MtHseH. In cemmintinc: at we hare done upon tie petes, we have bees rogarettag (b Italian tMe of tfeeastttten alone; we Marfct juatlr to eve aider tse pariHee of Nimuii that the war was a terrtHv exhaustive one, to Ueo4 ana treatare, tbat France could Rata no pe cuBtiry retern for hr vast eaUajr; that in driving; the AuitriaBi front LoraVanly, the bad relieved beriett of a bad Betxtibor, and that was aH in wbleh her immediate internets were concerned. To bare patted the Uteris weuM hive been to asm lens) oatBilan with the Pope and bit eedeteatMct, ih enmitr, counted with tbat of the tfiritoa) tabjeett oT tbe He4y Father tbroBgboBt the world, it bo triie. Then, there wat Prussia bardlj withheld grit the weight of combined GermaBT from centres; to open rapture. England alto ateod by with snarling and ntpiclou iippttitlnai With thete it wai almost ImpssstWt to avoid em toesVment. CKies is the Papal desntuietM with which it wat the pofccv of the Alliea to avoid Interference were oae br out bnaliag DE.VOCR.iTIC TICKET. rex. Gormoi, ISHAM G. HARRIS. vs eeveazti, tXtu eiiteict, t7CT2Vr. X. A -O 33 3H. ST raa ttxATi, roc rxTETTK xsd miut, . O. PXXSE, of Shelby. t tix att it iMTrrrx, Tirres xtn iheut, C. H. TT II IT MOKE. reauraxisKTAYirct, iHitir cucktt, J. P. rAIUlELLT & TT. T. FAUL.ET 1'TJBZ.IC SPEJLKING. i fisLrr S. Sjirxcrni aad C IL Whitmohz, casdtdatet far Fwatteg RepreteBtatire in thti 4ittoirt, irB addrett the eitizeai of Meafhii at Odd Feilewa' Hail on Tbartdty eTeaia Jly 98th, eocBBuacia; at eitlr gaa light. GUASD JDSCTIOX BAKBECCC We are reeaetted to state that At D racy of Craad Jaacttoa have received a letter frsa Aiteuw Johnmn, aeceptiBC the invito. I t w reeeiHon aad aeebiac; protectioa of 8ar ttaatobe preteat aad addreoa then at their I dtoia GaiuaALpi bad ' violated tbe Trrai' to other worda bod iatraded apoa Otriaau ter ritorr Eohoth waa about to epread the iaawt of war by raitiac a reballiaa ia Hnj;a it to take the reaponaiMUty of atl tata, with Freetia aad Eoglaad ataadiac; thintoaiiUjIy by, aad with the frteodiy power of Mania moat piobably dtaappronac;, wat more haa Ka- roLEo.t ceuM wtthataad. What Fraaee what eateairoabe, the eortatn fall. Yeaterdar Fraaee aad Aaatila were unon the not at of JOHHBC m aeouier deiperate battle. Taeeele iia ltd fortified ffaadraaple bad bees reaehod. i-eseaiera oaa been inveoted, Aitntaa nao oeea maaked, Veroaa waa opoa the point of beiag Hmmoned, Veeiee waa threateaed, and Gari baldi waa maneuveriac upon the rear of the irreat fortreoiea. Tbe wave of warfare ware uodulaHar; and vi bra tine to another rveat bartt ia roan. Toay tbe tplrit of peace bat breathed apoa the water, and the storm it for the moment at aa end. Three moatbt ago we erpeetea peace, ana were tnrnnaea by war. Toav Eureee waa wattine in brealbleee ex- peetotion for a treat battle, foacht in tbe very lonream cn Austria, aM a ajrain sorpntM By the calm aaaonnecmeat that an armitttae bat been coectaded, aad that tbe two peat armies are for tbe atoaiaat no loaeer enemies. Tbe first imnake it one of tor. It it n treat relief to know that tbe hnaaaii misery which we have from day to day been recording It staved, that the dors of wiMre again cbained, and tbat bah a million of men have ceased to ly at each others' threats. Bat, this first con. rratoiation feK aad atterad. we canaider more elotety the tlunmitaaeea of this sadden halt er a conoaerer in nit tnaatpn, and atK onr. selves whetber this armistice ia really tbe pre lode to a neace. er whether it It bat a stop to taVe breath for a farther pate of oaM)ett. The tiovltlon of the two parttot ia not of that canal character which weald enable at to hope that both are ia the nam- daareo desirous of a Wuttae peace. Austria baa hitherto lost oronrthine that she eald have loot. Sh bas been beaton in every tattle, she baa been drivaa hack from every BostUaa. All trie creature or tier arms has been destroyed, and her troop are demoralised let by defeat than by a Brefauad distrust of weir leaders ana toe military arrnaitatioa. She could not be in a worse poattioa than she ..." i,k.,irub:.. i.ti I We bur. on Uuwboie.ietiessiBltliHaF th the people of Italy themselves. They, and I week than taat, in tbit neighberboedi'estten tbey alone, can juage ripuy wnat torw or (-BjUr in good co&Ktte. cera ia not to VV..frT W. U ae favored with rain. t.lk of the French Emperor's rieht to dispose I daring the twe or thtee dayt ia tbt surround of Lembardy breams be has driven tb An, lag country, though but little hat fallen in the trrtnsbeyondKs ronfiaet, and of Auttrtt't Hty We mw a tetter yesterday from' an tr- rfarfat to insist on the retention of Venetta, b ' .' ., ' eaVse its towns are still anrrUftaeJ by her PBced gentbrman vbohad been traveling troops, is to deify anew the brute right of mare I betow, ia Mississippi ; be saja he never taw possession by force, against wbieh the war, I such iadicattoM of aa overwhelming crop of as a war oi principle, was itownij ev;w. i .y. If mUttarr occupation be a IrHtfiaato saac ' lion when oDcosed to the indispatabte will of I Tbuhemee. Columbia Stirrer U. i tbe people wbote eosBtry is that occupied, I Our farmers are complalBlBg in coMeaueoea Italy two aomcni ago wtt a mere act i terns or me ncseai neagBoornoeos In the coon brinadare. aad a violation of ail the atage I try, where aWv will Bat mike over fsar hr. and ssnettont of pubHc law. Nothing did and I re'a of corn per acre. We have beard of a few nothing coalo warrant mat momeaiona inter I sales or corn being mine or Hit ytaiV crop' rjedtion on the nart of France but theaeramed I at SZM ner bane), but from th lr. r if,, Invitation of an epprssted nation, eontinnally I times bow, the perehaaer will bite to give ratified inewry variety of form by tbem.wher. I a great deal mart than that in a few week. ever their HheraHnc alliet anaeared. Tbe Knoxvile fUrulrr. Jutr tl : We bav. solemn and explicit pledees vowtrered by Ns. I tbat our farmer. In every direction, have bad poieon in, ere ne arosiea ae i tesne, are sum i rain, aim we nope ineir crops are eat of dan fresh in the remembrance of all Europe. Ills mission, be declared, was not to conquer, but to emancipate nottoearve out Italy afrrsh ta our dynastic schemes of power r afigran dlzeearnr, but to wrest tne peninsuu iroa an cer, and tbat corn will be plenty. ctere land ZJaaiWT. July it : Tbe wheat ernn I. wone fillvrerBthrteoent than heretofore re ported by na. It dee Mt average raart tban three bosbtis to the acre as far as the crop t... 1. .i i i . rt..i . - ' aasurprltUg and epprettive foreign Teka, and bat been thrashed oat Cltrksville Jtfft to leave it free. From that noble vow the vie. tor of Magenta aad Sotferiaa will not be be trayed into departing. Ilk gaia treat the brief but brilliant caranelfB. new mnetentari Iv suspended, are already vast ; but bis moral iadnenee will be still greater on the day tha.t ha, Jaty 30 : Every description of eroo Is In a meat forlorn and critical conditio. Unlet we nave rata la a very toon time the corn and tobac o cropt will be a total loss. Gallatin .Ezamftfr, Jniy S3 : At tbit writinr. flbuia- day) we are yet without rain. Vegetation of n teaaa BacK dm victonons tearioii 10 ineir every Kina it tumenag in grass appears native ItaaViree from tbe atain of apolMtioB, I entirely burnt up yellow and crien. In urn or tbe reproach f having betrayed the aeMest I of I be waatora aad touth-we-tera nsrtion of ranae mat bravo men ever orrw me twora to i ue county, very tine rains have fallen, aad win. I prospect are a'uite encouraging. East aad Aa for the real or tuppod base of nego- north of Gallatin, no rata bavt faten uatioat said to be about to b opened, and to I for many weok. and corn is creatlv stootod which the armttrlee jaat eondwied it bat a pre- I and twitted. Ualess rata foHews very speedily iiaainary, we ibrt in peculiar Himviivugv- I wee crop win torn oui aiaMrottiy. Marts, new m. If she had to aaantar Croat battle One thing we knew, that aatees thy admit vtfle fletodeader July IS: Tbe eora crop it i Meeting, aa Saturday next, the 30th iaut. it as eaanvseaUy expected that Hon. A. O. P. NKBauaa, John V. Wiicht. Josefh W. Matthiwi, aad ether dittiagaiahed apeakert , wttthe Beseat aa that occaMoa. TldKDTS, TICKETS, TICKKTS. WelmMttrickoB oaT tea thousand ttoketa for Shetay county, which we are bow ready to PlHaMlFUri. ItiU skfMi ImiuUm a u.. .... - 1 - 1 1 1 I J Z ln - .72' iMatflttiet, this sudden cetsattoa from a half two dattora and firry coat per thtantad, which ia th east of printing. We have rotten them md j-at tail early day, to aider that every preetnet in the county may be supplied ia time We hope ear Democratic friend, ia ever civil district, will giro the matter their attention before the day of etecUea, aad tee to rt Urtt tickets are we distributed rhroogbout their leapecttve Mighborbooda. The coat 1 a mere tritVe, and it is all important that every voter be supptUd with every facility for secur ing Ma ballot TII1J AFFHOAOIIIKG COJTTBST, The Oaf HhUta ha Teaneetee are now ingafetiara bept, to far ea the general State been a gawd deal of Utter complaint made by performed piece of labor we have yet to see. FALSE FiOKED COTTQ.V la order that ear reader may We pot folly ia possession of the facto resperi lag raise packed cotton, we publish aa entrust tftoea another letter on the subject. It waa written to a boose debug perhaps the heavkat cotton baai- aes of aay factor ia MetasUt, by the reap set able firm of Taber & Kimball, of Central VB- Jage, Wlsdham caoaty, Ceaoecticat, a that bought over lOyOOO bale of cotton here Met year, and which, as the letter ehewa, it very friendly totbbta-Me of Mearphit We regret to be obliged to say there ha ticket is coactraid. AH they can hope to Ach4eve,Ha a local Ulnaaph bare and there, for Congrats er th- Legislature. In tbit Congres sional District, by reaaan of the aaeorga suing coarse pursued by Mr. Cpssik, they hope to put Mr. Suxeb in the place af Mr. Arm. It rente entirety with the Deasoerecy of the Dm trict to determine whether thtoehaH be done or not, lti true, there are a few ditafiected sDiritt hare la Neaapnia, who, having nothing eitter to gatn or late, are giving Mr. Coaain each raramragimiat at wtH deteraalae hisn to do all the mstchlafhe can. Bat let the nuetes of the Democracy of the district those who value the triumph af thmr party abd tta prmv gila hagh H than the patty, pitiful anahittoa of tort headed badtrienwli aad aeairaatoiet thees da tb whose tasty, anuUXeai Arr.iv, with the banner of Deatocracy in bit hand, wWeaawaohmf the race far ahead of both bit roaupfthatia, VMrtog them in the rear to rumi nate open the oaeusMtaattehay af blighted hopes nam the wattles af sett conceit yfca own admissaoa at Odd yrilovia Hall, Mr. Ganau- ha bo hope of aa enectioa. Mtay; f what be carta the Mempba clUrue .which ha aa eatotence only in hit diseased fancy) he said it might defeat hem, but be had 'he nnThthetiea of knowing that nf he went down the eJtoo would go down with htm. Wertgardthisa a ptoia admit ma that the bight af Mr. Ctxxjk's aattton la this race it c defeat Avebt by the election of Sdebb. Hit Magaage adiuttt af so other ceoatruetioa, for Ul pitiful attempt to show that hi desire aa to defeat the Memphis ehwjee, eae hare bo force whan It M reeted that wrtfa tbe clique goe down Mr. Avejt and the Democracy of tit eaHre diatrict. It it a most shallow aab 'rrrageun hoc part of Mr. Cvuik, to attempt 'e anew that has aahatirty lg directed agaiatt a Mrmphii dhmm, whaeh ha no existeace. Ce rm gees a tar a to nay that it waa this rlleetanattgotaB the Soaserrilk Convention and pot Mr. Avsnr in nmiaatin over him. We appeal to every democrat who waa ia that Ceaveealon. from the eoumties of Haywood, Madttea, Hardeataa aad Fayette, to aay hew far they were Initial i d in their eeemaet by any clioae at pasHiclaat from Measphis. There it aa troth either ia tbe awrtion or the ''itinuatiaa. Let at go back to the caaveatioB twe year ajo, and tee hew matter! then stood. The Memphis clieae, whkh Mr. Crnain nww aa guUy dsaeaacet, went there his warm friends aad firm euppertar. They stood by him from flrjt te last, but they were overpowered, and Mr. Avrir wat pat ia neminetien over has lieW,asd tbit, too, wttheataey iatervention n &e part at Mr. Avuv UmteK. He has .iformly proved himutf aa modest at Mr. CniUfeUB bee imu;dset m the preantet. It it only lately that we have ever heard Mr. Crsanr atake any eauspitiat againet the Mtmphit rJiems, aad it aster the reaeea,we ; ?oee,thithe Metnphie and ShenVy Democ 1 8 : r have oajfarmafly steed by htm until they found that It wat worse than abiusd to ma hi 'tiat dtrecttoa any long Is Ukteg a survey af the vehek etton som first to toot, we are of the efhntoa that the self -reaped of every good Bcaeecrat ia the diatrict win prompt him to casta vote fer he renter nominee of kit part)-. It it the osty aere ruie ef -oiort in political struggles; and we ataeiaaly hope that the Demeerary ia the Tenth Caagnaateaal Dtttrict wttt, by the uMiilmMy efthwur vote far Avibt, teach aH tore basaa such a Itesea a wNI deter them fog aH tame to ceate, fraua feWewiag the sutei dal exeonuie of Mr. CrtaiK. on tbe Adige if Pescbien bad fahea. If Ve rona bad been token, and If Maatas bad bea stormed, it would no be more samntt to the world thaa it i at tbi moment that Aarstria it unable to cope with France at a military power. To ber. uerorore, a ceeaatma of boa titrtie ia but the surrender of all boat of re trieving ber militanr honor. In rontiatiiuT to it sue meet have abaadoaed all ner pride, and moat have embraced only the test hope of safety. She must mean peace, and ahe must mean to par the price of pence, if this step it any other than an ill-advised mometitarr expe dient. To France, on the contrary, either for paaee or tor war, this armistice It worth an other great vietorr. Parte mar ilnuiiaate for It at for a treat ricto-v on the Adiare. or for the trm of Ma nil, . Austria ia at borne, with her reeeureet b?,ind ber. and with Ger many mattering In her rear. France ia far away, reduced by ber hard fighto, leejuiriag re- inrmiiiiKm. anisnus to Mtnar msaer nunaites aad dettroo of time to enable ber combine tioat from the sea coast to devle tbemeervee. bvery moment of delay to France is a gaia. Everr moeaeat of denv coeceded bv Aintria is a coafeaetaa of exhanttioa. If this armis tice u bat a tnace. like that concluded ten rears ace between Itodetaky and Charie Albert, then it M a fate concession on the part of Francis Joseph, for it will but enable the ene my to repair at etrenerth we win nape, aowerer, that in consenting frankly and follr tbe renunciation by Austria looking remarkably well in this net ion of oc au power, tamer or government or tmer- country, in Macon and settta, asia general ference, direct or indirect, preteat or rever- thing, it promise well, and in this portion of aionary, bevond the Alps, their dia-ueeton la Sumaervbut ia tbe lower portion, anl even for but waste of time, for they can never lead to six or eight mil tbit tide of Gallatin, it it anytning bat fa "ore and a renewal or tne I tmall.andnrobabir will not make a rod -riM deadly strife. It it cheppiag German logic I Oats are much better than farmera bad expect- about the comparative a dra starve of the line of the Adige, or the difference between revel imperial sovereignty and tbe domination of an arcbdocal puppet, set op to nave appearances aad keep m the old a net-Italian suprem icv under another name. The voice of tbt people of England of their pre, and let ut boot of their Parliament will aamistakably be raised against all complicity, to far at we are concerned. B any redistribution of th aW-bet-liberated Peaint'iie among thedrtpotk power or their creature. Time was waea the offer of partial concessions .by tbe Court of Vienna intent have prevented the active interaesttioa of France, though it could never have aa tinned er silenced the inalienable claim of the kalian pie. Bet tbat time it past, never to return The gyves are alreadv looted, the bars of the prison house are broken. The captive nation ality of Italy walks erect and firm, thoucfa still bearing the mark of it fresh wound, and not yet venturing io sleep on i is Mood-stained areas. To tav tbat all shall be undone, or hah undone, either bv secret compact between uiperori or ny aaotner Vienna congress, it idle; it ranaot be ; and, for oae reason among ed. It nnernllv stood lirbt or scattered noo the crouad, but tbe bead proved t be well developed and well filled. Xanbville Pniet. July 19 : Some portion of Middle Tennenee have rec-otlv been visited bv refrthine rain. which have been of immense advantare to their crops. Other portions are atirl suffering from the drouth, aad seriou aaarehenaions are et- tertained tbat the com crop will be materially injured. A farmer in tbit count r remarked ut the other day that he would net tell a botbei af Ms wheat until be became talitaed that he would raise a saaneieacy of corn ftr bit purpose. MisiiMirri. Oxford Jfereurw. July II : We regret to learn tbat the prospect for a good corn crop in this county it by na mean nattering. Tbe long and continued drouth baa to mueh injured it tbat the recent refreshine; and invhr orating showers will not have much effect. In portions of our rounty the young eotten never looked Dcner, nor promised a more abundant yield ; out in meet case tne prospect it indeed rloomr. From present indications we da not think tbat the crop of this will equal that of " r ' - ' ' t t a n , hum m v vim mini many parties of the fake packed aad sandy j to thi armistice tbe Emperor of Austria hat "the, beeaase tbe liberal repreaeatatives of but have noticed a number that appeared full Memphis cotton during the pent teatee. The planters, er wboeiei ha charge of tbe pack tag of cotton, ought to be atere careful in the packing of cotton, and they wrli tare Ibem et and alt other parties a rood deal af treoee. tea have no idea what miserable sandy trash is pot into rood kales of cotton : tt ia too bad. We called ia at Providaac a few dayt age to look at a lot of cotton, teat Memphis, by a Mempht broker, to a party there for good middling, and the outside of the bales were good ntidduag bat the inside was awful Such awful trath I never saw. The firm said they would never order another bale er cotton from MempM. We only mention mill mesa mere io enow you mat a strung fefi tag is springing up acainst the Mempbi. cot ton in ceneeauenee of thi false packed and tanayracton. ut coarse tne writer 1 doing all be can to uphold and sustain the seed name and faase af the Memphis cotton. Respectfully yours, TABER KIMBALL Annaest or Ool. E. M. iembb. i hie dis- tingniehed geatleesaa hat, at the urgeat soli totton of the Memphtt Desnocracy, coneeated to addree them to-night upon the leading top ic of the day. Among other subject it i ex- peeled that be will discuss at seme length the aacstlon of nataralttatian, which ; a' tlrts time attracttoc a large share of the utten- tton of American statesmen. Ail Democrat who desire to be correctly informed on this im portant oueatMm by one cf the best legal miada in the South, woeld de wah to attend. Ii;.T10Cll.Tlr COUSTY OltC.tMZ.A- TIOX. By reejueat, we pnWieh again th Committee (appointed by the Democratic Aaeeciattoa of Swlby county,) tor each Civil Diatrict, out aide of the dty af .Memphis. JNefrsct . 1. Tbeaaas Epperson, G. W. Seesoaa, GOIhMa, J. W. Ovagg, J. S. Dicker con. DUtritt A', t-oha Markuea, Dm Carbitt. INeirtnt Ih J. W. Ward, John Harding, Charles Crenshaw, Dahaey Crtewhaw. DMrict JVb. 4. Dr. E. Irby, Jaa. Carroll, Harden Baseman, Mike Peel, Jery Maatey. Diiirid V. 6. B. W. Pryor, M. McColium, J. M. Daniel, J. H. llodges, W. S. Wells, C. G. Polk, James fteeL Dwlrief As. 7. . T. Weetbrook, O. M Aleup, S. D. Willrtord, T. Bland, J. L. Diekey. irtrirf.S. DddWiset, J. M. Thomp son, GiHesfse, Tfaomassea. Diriritt .Y. . Roheri Williams, Dr. Wm. H. Chamber, Jose Brown. Etekiel Sanderlia, McGilrery Rogers, F. A. Payne. Dutrltt .V. 16. H. Irby, Bavis Bucks, W. A. Lowtt, J. G. Meere, Isaac Taylor, A. H. Montgomery. .District .V. 11 Job A. Lewia, Jos. stocks K. . Thsmpien. Dr. W. X. Morgan, B. R. Elbe, Tha J. Stratton. JMna .Vs. 12 Ha RssmieM, II. J. Tucker, Echeta, Maj. L. Harria, Samaet Rag- made up his mind to the ntreaaarv conditton of a peace. The nature of these -ondition cannot but have presented themselves to bim. On tbe even tne of thai day of Sotferiuo aH hope of re-eetaUiahinc the authority of Aus tria over any portion or ixmbardr must have pasted away like a dream in the moraine. He must nave felt that the moment was either for absolute submiaaioo or for another oba'inatc and hope! fight. He hat cbneen tne former iMitaative. He has nubmitted w 'ii, wnat wm ne rae Term' I Tbe orotrrees of thi ceatoat ha dsn mueh to disc lot to at the character af the man who hat brought thi campaign to so speedr a termination, lie never swerves from hi formed design, bat he is never rltted by surcesa, and ia content to uarch step by step, and by abort, certain ad the people of England in the House of Corn- will not, we trust, follow the onworthv couaisl given to the peer by Lord Brougham aad other, of observing a pbito-Aattfiaa silence on the great question, wfail there U time to appeal to the public opinion of Christ- enomn againet any new partition or nortcera itnry. IlorrltJe Tlnrder or IVharloii Iteelor, nua Slabbing- or I rnnlc Itrrtor. Our town was thrown into creat excitement on Saturday moraine last, short r after the ar rival of the overland stag, by news brought from Fort Arbackte by Maj Gaines, Pay master United Stale army, of the murder of rrana and WBarton Kctor, soea of in mte Col. Wharton Rector. Paymaster V. S. armr. noo nepnewt et jiai. miat Hector, suponn- grown. If the weather should centime mode rately dry from tbit date, a much better crop man it now generally anticipated, will be made. W notice on some plantations that th met is making its appearance, bat as yet bas done ne serious damage. Wcksborg Ssnntreu, Jaly 20 : Tbe average forwardness of the growiag cotton crop throughout th South hat lat two werks ahead of last year. Risty .Mser- rr, JurytO: Dortagthe past week we had fine showers of rain, which were beginning to be much needed. Oar corn and cotton crops, at una season oc tne year, were never more promising. Brandon IhrtU, Jaly SO : Our friends from almost all parts of onr county continue to bear testimony to tlx fine prospect me growing crop c aou corn am cotton. Corrinth Crass Cite, July 19: Both cot- C-It object be ha proposed to htm- tendent Indian Affairs west, by a man by the Mf? ' 'D(C well. Tbe farmers la If. He mav be expected to be moderate in I r unr - - - I thi region have never suffered for rain. Ma. the hour of bit triumph. But, however mode- in the Cbortaw Nation a Mai. Hunt. Tbe " S,.r' Jy ' : The fiea ha commenced rate be may be, Austria can nearrehr expect particulars of the affair is not known. 1. let- ,u work 01 destroction on the cotton ia tbit more than to be allowed to eniov what the baa 1 1 . u. w county'; with thi excentiaa. it ia deuar well fM.th "t P""1- f"brd ia gone, from aa officer of tbe army at Fort Arbnckle) "".f1"" ha enffeted from and the fortresses which enabled ber to dosti- dated the 5th of Julr. in which he ntn that drotith, but it it thought tbat there will be urtconartionaiiv in ner nands. v yet a part of Freneh caaqnuU, sttpolate that bV Oueea of the Adriatic mar be attowrd to retain an iadraendent eharaetor usser aac meet nopolar of her Arch-hake. Lomhandv, however, he fallen beneath the sword, and tne cononeror must disnosr of it ac coraust: ro nit win. int noute or vona wat about this eveniag oaaeoare tne Bronnetv or inteiter- ing by mediation between the warrinar nower. xorynave oaemservea saved ut this humane but very delicate enternrisa. Tbt "mat and rampTehenetve terms " which Lord Stratford de Redcliffe was prepared to advocate in tbe House of Lords will ne longer be at th. sug gestion of fcjtrltnd or of German v or of Rus sia. Austria ha chosen to take the sword. ana ny a,e fortune of tbe sword she mutt abide. Aay reeomateneessent of hostilities is out of the ejuastion. Her enemv is now in the posi tion waien toe nerseK neM when a similar ar mistic was made and broken, and when seven nay swmced for Hadetxky to fen tab tbe war. k , inniinirrrn lue army at r on .troacaie, , fi . ... , r . . ... I ber to dosti- dated the 5th of July, in which he say that drootb, but it i thought tbat there will be ted to remain Prank and Wharton Rector were stabbed yet- P made. Iuka Tbtetu, July Venire i not terdar, bv a man named Hurst, about 16 mile J6 :T cror " lo nourishine cotntHton and she may from ihe Fort, and that Wharton was dead and Jf. T""" rata ea tost l ran, mortanr woonded. Wbartoa was in the act of potHag on hit shirt with tbe view of goine: to Arbuekle, not saying a word, when Hunt stabbed bim met above tbe heart. lie lived four hours, and Frank wat not dead. but not expected to live, a he wat stabbed above the heart a 'so. Both of these yoonr men were raised here. and were universally beloved. Frank was be tween twenty-five and twenty-eight yean of age, and Wharton was about "twenty years of age.aad had beta esglged in the t'ndy sf ased hsise, and being in a bad stato of health, he bad gone sat to vteit has brother Frank, whs waaeagagedin leaning rations, to tbe OsaxbiU Indiana, near Fort Arbuekle, to rente bit health, where be waa murdered ia cord blood by a man fiftv or si it v rear of age, without ranee or provocation. Frank returned from uaiifornsa, where be bad beea since lel, last Sunday eveniag has bad a fine aVet. Urenada Jenrsl CranVsun, July M : Onrplant- K iriroot conunue to express rnestselvet de lirbted with the aaeearanre of their erona. We fear, however, many of tbe creek and river Dotcom plantations nave now bad rather too much rain for their cotton. The weed ia grow ing and spreading rapidly, which mar result in oo ornee soaae ana a rotting of the bolls. Kusciusro Arascref, July 15: We hare bad true eummer weather the past week, with cool breeiea during the day. The hearth of tb country is rood for th season. Crops art be ginning to suffer again for rata. The growth of both cotton aad corn hat been checked for the want or rain. Shower have already fallen in portions of tbe county, and it it to be hoped that good seasons will be had. Crop prospects may be said tobeeood. HoilvSerinert Dm. otvef, July 23: We have teen several of our iharrxf ,v. IX Maj. Vat. Ansvon, Joha Arnold, Levi Loareine. By order of Dims era tic Aeaeciatiea. J. KNOX WALKER. Chairman Executive Committee The rati Elections in l lie Sonlli Ob the first of August, Alabama vote for Governor, State ofltcen aad even Cnngrnsimsn. Ketstocky vote for Governor, State osncera and ten Ceagrcttmea. Ten 'vote far Gov. craor, State ousters and two Congressmen. On the fourth of August, Tennessee vote for Governor, Stote'affken and .ten Cougr- Tiir: inn atDED. Th toteRigence of peace la Earape, grim this me'ralag under our tosefrapUe bead, wiD, we rrfanane.teke most of ear resaVrs by wm priae. NarstLEosi mmmtnrod th war with 'he it vowed intention of rehevtng Italy from th Anatrtoo yoke, from the TVaue to the Asri-aHcaaa- In a short but vigersos and brintont rampuhja, he drove the Austria t from the soil of ftedasont, which they had Invaded, aad left hem without a toot of ground ia their pos session in the whole of Loatbardy, from the Tt cmo to the htineio. At this point the daa r line prtftaa af a field eatnpaiga asset be ex changed for the cimf Irattveiy daO aad tedi "ua operations of the eiege the atttoa were before the four rertafieataaac of the etrategic uare," aad they could not advance bsto Te uii.a until Mtnte stioag hold were tut as id. Oa the 11th of August, Xorth Carohna wiB eh nose eight OoBgrestmen. On the 3d of October, GecrgM.aad.MfaM s tippi cheese Stale sneer aad taatieea Cea- grutmta. Maryland will vote for tax Caagr she 2d af Nseeesoer, aad the iktWaai for the year wilt close with Louisiana, which will vote far Oovorasr and foar CongT' the 7th of Keeeaeber. .TIISfilSMPI'I fTEW. Kemfbh. Obvwtt. The Diiaotisi i of Kemper hate nenesaied Han. O. Y. Neelv aad R. G. Rivers, Kse,, tor the Ixgiststur. The Rovt or TncE Nasuocs. It pretty well knewss that a dtdston baa beea rendered by the High Ceort of Error and Ap peals deoyine; the right of a free.negre of tn other State to bold property by will iu Miaeie- tippL The AfitiUiteptos, of the Ifth, puh- lmhed the opinion of Judge Handy, tbsseuting Eat, at aa osttet acainst that, the French ffeet, tram the decestoa rendered by a majority of u great fas, bad reached the Adriatic eel, I the court. arrfl force wore about to be landed for the pur pose of carnal sttag the coemunt f Vt while the atted oowreigss held the Anetrfea army cooped ap ia the Strut nanr Sprrr citnee? In favor of the aVe JafiunvlBg engagimsat to carry oa their work natal the whole of Austrian Itoy was delivered from it "ppreotun, naosr leaked so promiting so cer- '. With cosspMe coaqoeat wtthiu bis very j vratp, Arstsotrasokes a peace that leave the whole of Teahtta under the heel af the Aus- 'rian opprestar! event Tar MitHttirri CutTnai. Kailaoad. This road it fast getting finished to this place It it now running within one mile of here, and ssjll be fiinebed pretty noon. The work goes oa bravely, aad we a Miriam a great r than at prices f er goods when that happy nsppsai, urcsLoau .ecammtnr. Mississim DECEOAnaa- in CoNansst. We take the following caenpliasestary per graph relative to tbe delsgattea in Coctfreet from Mississippi, tram the roinuini of the Washington Stater. This ci store troe than deserved : From Mntstetitict we have aeturiBtr Private iatelligenee that each ef the BHabera sf the We find the whole of Lombi rdy tranefsrred to . . ... i sniuucevec is .aero. tjtAirtTEx, justgoi .partus, a family tort Congress will be again triumpbanUy re ccnectioc nf Loot Ji Arorw The Emperor I turned. No State, ia preporitteu to the nam of Austria appear to hare tared bit pride by her.had a mere eftcient rspressntatssa in the ntkingthe reeeton to France, the Emperor j' or'coKo ital! VAroL rs then Uasaerred the ceded province nwlf lt, raluaWe services. The day ..oojuihis. utsscru itaiy t mix uaoer tne wouw o a jovoue one, ior parrsota, usat weeud ' Honorary Pi issdiaar of the Pope." What that iaaugarate a Houee of Reereeatattvet oom- mporttwe hae yet U Isarn; the phrase at rlndMe " B,k4k- ieart give. -to expect that the Pa- Cow.rMH.KAL Cav a... -Col. La-arwUI pa) trovernmtnt wtll be called to account for commence the canvass in thit district on the the pernttrattoa ef the massacre of Perugia, first day of August, ia the county of Ttebo- and leaves ut ia doubt at to what may be the b- At yetno one bat entered the field titfstUnunianisWdun iui t.a analsn aWs, aM tram preeeut lndleiOeaa we larei far the alHea aad fret Italy. VentUa, tbt land artsaad which eloster a crowd ef clat c associations Venice, the Qaeea, tbe veau'iful are stilt the frspiriy of Aontria. Venice t yet in chain ; leer gaud iB art canasst ret ring song of freedom in her Moahi tfaor OBjfaret; tbe tag of tbe stranger atttt Boats over the palace of the Dogei ; the tread ef the German intruder still echoes is the square of St. Mark. Venice is yet in chains, the bona of her patriot son are exttngeisWed, and the tight of an oppressed people swst centtaae to fill with meiaacboly the very borne of beauty. But Venice it to "form an integral part of tbe I-.aUan Confederacy;" another phrase the meaning of which we most wait to dseeever if it bare a meaning, and be anything more tun a "glittering generality." The reader will not fail to aek: What sf tbe X 1-iBJsr A, . a am a!. .... TTTt . st'aI burh bop ct panting ia the betem ef KssitrTH We tea!! toon know ; hot all whs antidntte a' ctory of disappointed hopes, deceived tipeeia tionr, and bitter despair. Bat a fraehn ef GAXiBAtni't yearning It realized, aedlHisgary a len attpteii ana exptrng an tbt meshes of the uiarjver. The IpVeral thtekert "jtgurope fernrwahc deeply ditapptoteTO eht hardly think be will have any opposition. - wrwrt A'errury. Ficon VEXAff. Miwuu, Texas, Jaly II, laW. tciroat ArrEAL : Oat Catmgfc, the is trlet Attorney, inform me to-day, (bat be bat not dismissed tbt - State suit agatntt the Pre Railroad Company, but that he has agreed so to de, when the sum of nftruVevtlBd usssart it paid, tbe amount specified tn the t end part of the teeend article of tb terme of caeipremiie between the oU and new oompany Xe pesWve day ia fixed when the amount i to be paid, but it is understood that it is to be done before the stttfag of the District Court, which is is September. As ber clef ere between the tame parties, Houston and Reynolds, candidates for tbe gu bernatorial 'hair, to now there it a brisk con test- There is said to be a great reaction in favor ef "tU'Sam" es account ef Reramhit' refuting to order out troops to prelect tbe fron tiers; but KcyseMa is tie rrpJarnenfm, and K3rd4i-rpb hie tilt hc.wHT HuMttti Tbt Koew-N'othlBg 'generally support Host? ton. The crop In Eastern Texas are very prom' Meg, never more so. MBSTANG, Jb, . i i , v .' r.. I country friend in town af late, and ther re- week, when be wat called upon to ro to tbe I Prt "xproepects of good crops s very ffat- orton tbi trace is ended th French army Ouachita country, to superintend a contract for I , "5 1 crop it abundant, bat of an will be refreshed and reinforced, a tie nf I r-li t.. r -w;, r- Inferior autlitr. Choctaw TUtritr. JW cunboatx will b ready for lannehing upon the stood higher in any community than Frank w' bJ "in during tbe past week LA If a tkntf mi a ndtaam fnmtma amJ m nHmiV - - - I n. ui . s . m . . . . I 1M tKs tmt mm sst.ua lautaV m htantlsim mm necw snu in nut ptaee an opttgat, mgn- ZTC. , " . 7 .. i-""' . j i , ,r . . r . .... I hsnlrat T rliiM t. TVt.M im m . JU . ii wUI have the bent corn crest that bat been nude in this section for a number ef year. The cotton also looks fine at preteat, and If inre it not too muen wet weather, there will he rood crops of cotton. Hernando Pri. July 21 : A little rain just at 'his particular nmc wouta as a on oaa nee or good to tne com and cotton, which are taffVang greatly. Grenada Jcontir, Ju!y-22 : A ride la tb country one day last week displayed tome af tbe finest fieUt of cotton and torn we hare seen fori long time. Taking tbe cotton crop as a fair sample of the entire eountv, we have lake that surrounds Mantua, aad a great army will be ready to make its descent upon tbe shore of Northern Itahr. Broken and dis pirsved a Anuria iwiw js, b io yet bttr a He to fight at thit very moment than ahe will K t r,... t;. v. k- tore, in peace, and we believe tbat the path to peace win ae aaaae smooth to ber, for tbe Em peror has won the advaatoee which for the moment be proposes to himself. He has climbed hi davs jour ner, and he a probe bly inclined to halt and rest and recruit hi treagtb, ami to nvtasure the attitude above Urn. If thi should be so, and it this war be tween France and Aattria i ended, Fraaee corns tremendous in power out of the cnaffict, aad Europe will look on with still increasing tntereat, much meditating upon the future. msv rem upon ner arm. Pram the ton ten Tisset. Js'r t ine peuuttMd diseuoslos cf the aiaira of Itoly La the House ef Lordt hat, of coarse, wamossea or psstpeam la catialderatton or tne late Important sewn from the teat of war. towd Stratford de Kedcliffe. who was prepared to addrest the House ia eeneral sup port of the im , .1 ..tn.-i.i -J rHMU the neceoslty of the British government mak- Soard (a a portiofi r res wenrni ren tn tne nerotiationt which may conclude the war, withdrew his motion, in order that the Ministry might be iu no way hampered by Parliamentary discussion at the present moment. This decision wan a rieht ior, peraant. on the neeotiatina of th minded aad honorable ceBtleman: and Wljr ton. a veunr man saodent and aad r"t oxered manhood with bright presperts be- rore nun. Since the above was in true, an exnreet ar rived from Fort Arbuekle, from which we learn, that Frank Rector ia recoverivg from hit wound, and Hurst bas been arretted and it in custody et the Marshal. The attack on tbe part of Hurst was uncalled for and was a cold blooded murder. It is a matter ef tra true arson to tbe numer ous fri'nds of Frank Rector, to learn tbat be ", "."-m kuu . . u... . ;... - ,: aa hour after be was stebhed, and wat buried . j "'"J- Jr an,.n I fit Kth twl fine ah ksao ibexik.l s-W Oa. i at Fort Arbuekle. Frank is at the Fort ander the care af the surgeon of tbat post. Fort utu l imit, Jsay It. at band. Our rxebancet threogbout the State represent the crops a truly encouraging. Islington aeoceic, jaty i : ine recent rains have east a lively green over vegetation. The fields are richly decorated with waving blsdee and flowing tateett, while the ears are sound and of good site. Cotton also it in a fiouriahing condition. Jackson .Vitrisrippi- , July 15 : Since the recent rains the corn crop, which waa beginning to suffer with the l'otrcrs of Police Officers. On the trial at Washington, of osaccr Nor wood for an assault on Col. James E. Stewart, resulting in Norwood' acetuttal, Judge Craw ford instructed tbe iary a follow : The special duty of the police oSican or "rooU' u rapidly reviving, and from different ixiliarv ruard fa a aartinn rJ .,. ..iua directions we learn that tne crop in this vieia- bere) is to suppress disorders occurring either i,v lng remarkably well. Corrspon- on the street or within door. If, in pasting a drat HollT Spring IltrmU, July 16 : I think house, they should discover a disturbance with- w nave ae good a stand of cotton a I ever ia, iney nave toe power, and it is their datVfto r,rl P"1 gnineu in maxing a good eater and restore order. That It what they ffT cotton. Tbe weed ia of good site and r uiiUnl tl, .! n. t. L.ti .tl blo wninr finelr. far in sins,, a 1a ur ne-,' wirdnrwhXWi'nS JZrTX ',7, ef peace are to be Veetored to Europe, or a they sre teing a grog nbop.and there it a tI?P of 'otton will certainly be a war recomiueticed which, there is every reason BoW ln". it it their doty to go in and sup- F0f,.5'- The met has made Ito appearance, IauH 0ri.no or the Wax There tild to bt a very general feetltg of armpathy with th Italians and their French ally among uiiimjscsi ireiirw. bit. sagweil, tat new Irish Lard of the Treasury, coseiadtd bit speccu oa on rctieeuoB far the barocrh of Clonmel, with the foUowteg very rmpbatsc Gxn-TtEMEM i The IUHana are ia course ceneaerlGg the Auttriaat; they are about driving out tbt hereditary tyrants, and about to become what they have earnestly longed to he a fret people. (Cheers.) Tbt oppressed Italians are about to ralat their heads once more among ths Bitlona of the world. (Great apptautt. ) My friends, it hat been tbe dream of my early life, tbe conviction of my matortr years, mat Italy never could be great until sue suoura occome rree. mat ine it asotti to Be came free, I Brrnlr believt. I Cheers. ) It to time In which I gtory to lire ; and if I live to ne om, tne remtmnranee of tbit period or iiai iau iisenv snau warm my neart, ana siir m blood In the veins of all who shall recall 1 mind the time cf Italy 'a freedom i Italy I that 1 nave seen in rav vouih derrased and tram, pled upon by the tyrant Austrian aad batba rian soldier It shall warm my heart, I tay. to wins mat i nave ever lived to tee ner wnat thit country must he "great, glorious and tree." ( octieroua appuate. ) Moult Dexscbacy. It civet ut rreat , ,t,.t.i.-rk . . . . pleasure uiai iuc Armocracy in iHoaue, in con vention assembled, have nominated a tleket for the Legltlatorr, that It an honor aHke to the city and county of Mobile, and to the whole Statt of Alabama. Read tbe naaet, and then consider If lt It in the power of any opf-osltton to defeat it For Senate Gen. Toulmia ; far the Houat ef Representative! Percv Walk. er. John Forsvth. A. R. MuV.inJ fl T nr. ail titnu. I Bt 7IARRIZ1D, On IM lllk Instant, tl om aaram nsssi. Ml Sosav ts ti Taibot. Ml at L. At OW leseetnee r the seine's nssssr, ss Wnts 1 1 1 i tn ssth last., srtb Rev. T. X. Messs, Br. J. Lewis 0EE.tlinn.Tiu., t Kb jBssnc A. Cabs- nEsa. r Brnnswjkl sseastr . DII3D, At bu fnUines. mi Water Sleca Bjrn, JrSer, Alt . su U Ittk hSUM, Iabocx R Ben ran mmetTthre.rrnMse AvaMncUe an4 XonMan niminsl sltsis cssr KTelu Dbtriiscmcnts. jfU .tietrtUmnttftr At Jfftal matt it haseVo' in at vu vuriet attic. .iU MctrtUtvunU piMUAr4 tn tar HttMf JSp- ptal an caargrd vtt jMmar per tqtart Jr earn lurnie. T-or Sale, Ql r ln mm stacet sn Tnltd strset asolvat v risn-i tn xiin trim. Attention! Sir Knl.sb.t5. l nostrt.jiru t n..M - v. ii. hs aett THI BTCKINS M 4 t'SWt. U Ik. Hall Tae slants ant ssmtfeevs win islsnt prsm at all teaer Sir cs(ss lunninlss We ars In. II . si jAxns rui.x. t nraa-it Teachers "Wanted, To tste dmrtv tr tn Mi mlr tsnusM Imatste, seusmis, Mliimutl. taring sssmmc ura, tn minciseassltBairiata- asas amd ssslr witB.st s fiitamsHs lulhasalili f rspsrHy lit Isil a a class (rnult irSi I. lewbsm a Html aalarr will 1TSI A ITtS-all. w. a rtraaiET. osbai J J. BATXES. nscrssarr Old Wheat Whisky. BBLff. OU aval Wkaar. tart tuii.et. Tbi. M sura aad eansl la tna Baal Mjt. 7m asl tow urt tmisiiti at a c Mufoacsrs, irM m Mtin street nr. Cms 301 rriHBrwardat tlSnssslalu'i iassliie tne tae tk X ismest! s nstva tor Ma Is Beret wttsjeravn K-lt BaTBT T HULaenr T Ta Invalids. rait th tmlt f tk urfc - liiTe a Trrj flnt . witiwiil ax? M Anman. rii : 9tAj. WhUuT. IT Wlxea?. fatal M WmtU aaUtftlT of Mf jllntrfa BrJ, fr-Mt IsMuteounMcnS ranty V. I t4anrt fsr f O. W JONh . CO , T tlBVtw Sanr-CTnoejr to VwdtV Jam. LrjIBEItTliWIBEK! A KB BUILFINQ MATEEIALS. Mint I. rpHR Istsejc sssok I h.vvrver ?, X Bartatlaensllswiat msona lt I. !M. lasts lackestar WnawPtnai M.OM tat.ew iteew ies.ua lacs aje M.oce l.lh.Xaata rei I. In aW t lark dam Cruras; l. is aastmcac I, I H and t inch Craram, natar and Tcflaw Pins, Mm, tit Hint i. Barters, est : Tensw Pins ana Cwe. f encase. aosn CuV Milli l Tars; 5,009 .. Fsoxanc Posts, SOS Crprett asuastsrs; . OOCHBAK To Planters and Gardners TrST imslut s bias stuasr - toanhunh's TTnjnr tl ssso sc tne Mtsvtm saesseass naetr rial Buuus ruraas sanl awtrsiaaii lass warn nm , T.OW Akt.tlin m ansSsb TsU, 1 Last Wstm ssswa, tss snntBK Teoew Bate Bimi wnisenuta Bsass Ptutsatua Hi mi ii . Sw; Mb mints w. jssBshi n oa. 3t Hi 50 Oils and Faints. nnu. rw. ismiit lis iiioax a.: .'. kspLwatCsnsVnwuslsstsu I 1aa .. wnat Lsae. nulirnVi a .. .. autwwtziac; w ms. .slit Oil 1 1 n ia OU- JW ads af 6. V. MMH a 00.. i-4awtw SB Ktsn Krt Sundrios. 'TTTE lattait.aslatiau,Hnrkaanii. V snsdrs OseistrttarasT, msatttss. m j3 OkntT sns not amn a arms talntmMnsBc. Bmiu.i' sske; Muhi'i KarniasT, a vesv Isssv iiasth last n i-l j G. W. JOKKS t. CO , (Os-tswxs tsin ns to Ward a. J.m Dissolution. rpm cMrinershh kiimuui Muatnar ksiaesn Om. A Hsamaesa? and Vns. L. Jssbbmo. noser ttV ststest usu. srarasEr a.cti.; aau, tne i lasirainnp ksve tomre eiusa(Wwsen Tam. X.. Jirbmn sad w Bwirfj, naoar tk ttjtt sr JtCKtOK A Ml U rMBBT, tn tkls ear keen tlamtrsd kr statnal ami at eo. Haasnnrer aamnung all lae liaaaltties at Gmtse isassaest-Ksmaaa Tans, i jo sssn asmtslssr l ft II tat '! OSO. HOMrHtbST, TUJOS. L. r isxaos. to fear, wtu not beeoanaed to Italy. With regard to the armistice ther ia little to eem- munieat- bevond what 'kepnblkalteadT The new of it took p. iton in authoritr a naueh by snrprise as h took the rest of tbe world. All that teem to be well authenticat ed is tbat the proposal came from France, and wa the resort of the Emnernr't own determin. ation. Thi fact it, indeed, highly important, wuitci iwunuui may ne put upon it. 'a' uw ii peror napoleon tbould stop press it, and if aa oufeer, in endeavorine to I but " can have rain, of which now the perform his datv in this respect, is killed in the Pro?" Is good, we may net anticipate much melee, it would' be murder. It hat been no de- "mag. from that source. For the last three rid ad over and over again. Tbe rate ia rota- the showers have been very partial ; Jn tton to constables is that they cannot arrest aoBW localities rain ia much wasted, and eora without first obtaining a warrant, . nalrtu wU1 make a very poor crop antes rain comes they themselves were witnesses of the ailesred T oon- In fact I beard one of oar best violation of peace and order. planters Bay yesterday, that the corn crop was in tne rate of police oScer tbev have I """"" l ", lain ot no rsni. trel'er power ; it is preoitoly what they are I Abxabsas. Pine Bluff .irk, July 13 : A employed for. WBettier or not tnere ma am. I friend who haa met nlanwl fra, irin swam, iu a career ot nctory, and atake aver- r.nmai uepony I auisaagu two or taree at tne sajaceat south sen tares to the foe whom he hat defeated ia two ' 1 nsetttoa of fact for you to dri ermine, and I counrjet, give ut some infromatton with re pitchrd battles, and tmrlrd ka-tr ir, ik. ii.il, that with which the court haa nothinr to do. I rard to crops that atar be of interest. The af Loan hardy, a trues either the moderation or "Hrc a disorder there at that tiate, corn and wheat crop (tbe latter now harvea- Ihe necessities of the French ruler. Wecaa 14 WJ" duty of tbe onscers to arrest tbe par- ted) ia the northern part of Bradley, he re- kardty believe that tbe latter have been tbe WDO wtc creating this disturbance. If porta aa very fine and will be more thaa an ease of this sudden resolve. The war is cer- Person will violate the laws they must sauVr average yield. The southern part of Bradley ana A so ley counties nave suiter ed much from lack of rain, and the crops will not be one half what waa anticipated. In Drew eeunty the rain have patted ecsr narrow strips of country, making the crop look rather spot ted, but he think the yield will fall far short of aa average one throughout this county. Camden .EojnV, Jaly 11 : Crop are in excellent condition, aad farmer are ssjeyisg the grati fyinr prospect ef an abundant remuneration ror tnetr labor, t Tie areosjata from all neicb tainly expensive ; the French army is at a con- I ecseaueuee of such violation; they are maeraoie distance from borne; supplies have not to oe unievuca py aay supposed reepectabil. to be paid far, and cannot be exacted, a in the itT fading or anything of that sort. If camptlni of e First Nanaletm : the W.r. the disorder existed tbe oancer wa rirht : if it tton of the reasons uuadrilateral is, no doubt, atd Bot ,xlBt " was unnecessary. Tbe cruelty a tjouhtatouit task, and a timid general might severity may be wrong, bat still tbe cdficer fancy that it is not too late for the rortane of 14 lo arreet htm if dlsorderiy. The a Seer it war to torn. But tb.se are difficulties which " tumposedctn always eonti-ler bow gently moot have been foreeeea before tbe war begaa. "r new ren,!J' h niay treat a priaoneri they Fortune has, aa vet. favored the French I'm- are very apt to rerist, noli back, and all that Beror bevond bit snoat aannias luu. WiM.. I kind of thine and the ofiseer it anthoriaml to i" aix weeks after the first shots were fired at mncD Pwer at neceaaary to eafect the borfaeodt are more thaa ordinarily flattering. . M- 1 1 I ... . I T.. . i. - I ; I . n 1 , 1 . . r. , Mohiehollo. be haa defeated the Analrinna la a battle an bloody aad decisive a to have com pelled them to abtadon all thought of njeet nr bum to th open field, iu it said to haa protntsed Pari that the war should sot lV. six moulds, inn bold exnectation haa ha r. puatest by the result, for it it quite possible performance of the law. 31ollllzntloil In Pruasla. The Bruts'lt correspoodeait of the New York IhnU, writing on the 30th sit, say : i'umic opinion in uermanv In decidedlv arainstaay participation in tbe war, exeept i l -r ai .i . . i . s . . that la Lu , vj , rV- I "vsesmiaas: nsn rnuietianu. as u invaannw ro vA,wT rrfJJTuL! IT".!!" Fri,K-01 on Itika, or muting AwT rrl, whlchavtBrirtnaUy bring the atrocele lru acatntt the IUliaacaasc the Ceenmn, in to a close. Italy bat responded to hi call with eaehatiaem ; the army i health r, fever ha not ae yet tunned it ranks. Pari ia aaiot; Kraace eneys the Empress a cheerfully at to farmer time it obevad Jonenhin or Ha. Jaeaste. and tne people teem to bear the bar. a m . .a" . - 1 arti,isA umi ax 1 ui trvaBivr ujiitarti n nroionr tn tV-T " aamtP" bT there will be serious trouble. The pwpleTln notcVeamof. The expenee of the tabiHtation I aSoot lJMOthalersa day and on tbe 1st day of July the new tax of tS per cent, come into operation. I have before me a letter from a hieMr fnfiuentaal source in Germane. stating that if Ibis state of tfaimrt it prolonged r it des trout to conclude ours lives. ir, men. tbe Emperor the war, it caaaot be becautehe find a csniict wit Austria aeyoad th powers of bimeehT. his army, and hi paople. No success that be bad rwht to look for could have ea naiad that which he bas achieved, and we fullr believe that if he and hit rival limpet or were atone in Europe be would continue the cans oe ire until every Austrian wa driven out of I' sir. The real cause of the French Eat per or preteat step win, we tniBE, ne mad ia tne apprehea- Bsnna wnien DM tTantccnaeat nuceeta baa In spired in everr part af Earone. The alarm it so general that even a man of Louis Nanoleon's resolution aaav net choose to atregard ft. The chance of baviatr all Earooe acainst him moat e preeont to the Emperor' mind, and, thoagh nance may still lav claim to the proud motto of Loom XIV. " .Ver aaWiiM tessar." it is eette pcesiHe that the Fju peror it unwilling w trust toruae too far. Ilowevet tbi may be, we are very glad that the proposal for an ar- nnstice eame from one ef th belligerent I'ow ert. and not from nan- srosansswnt. EsrUsJ has not been again mealing where tbe cannot bBterfere with dlgattv or eoccea. Tbe two ntagotiisi begaa to ngbt in apitr of our most pressing rtsnonetiancet, and it becomes t now to leave thaan alone Ontil thev give signs tbat miser aad better counsels are begtnniag to pre vail. If the next vnek or two show that Xa peletu aad Francis Jssonh reallv wtati la ataa. the etmnon of blood and to settle permanently tbe aiairtof Italy, we shall be glad to hero them : but it becomes this country not to lower K dirnity by aressin: her advice unasked am two Emperors who have shown bo desire thai we should share their cauntelt, Prsm sto LsaaasSiees, Jslr There never wa a question on wnicn tne aauonai wiutvaamweaeepasd bted thaa the qmuttoa of tbe future fate of Italy ; there never was one therefore on which it mora empbauealry b shafted txatesawa to unfais explicitly the faith that to to tntoa. After the bitter and amrtifving rvperieoce we have had of tbe conajquehe,, of aatjfaac batf -hearted ana lanttA..,.. . . ' L-" uten to repwsem at in Ea- ropean (teetet. e are In bo humor to see S:iSl",kI the rbooaing of some .XiLT n t- W tS represen- kaSeettsg to harelt, Arink, SSrSSi eomtnitttog UmK to tt M a rJ&JZTtSl be a very able, very uaefut, and s vrrv lanaTJ sac buti ibisriiiUer f luHan lien he u( stand aside, fw be it not tSX1 wortfayln the particular baelncH in btBd. fact, are totting practically the first burden of war, and after ttiey nave labored ussier tbt load for thirty days, and a new loan or notei- Wy a forced let a, is decreed, you may depend on it military sympathy for Auttra will be at an end. No man knowt thi better than Na poleon. In the meantime bit finest troops are iat tbe north cf France. He baa nearly 300,000 men under arm within twenty-four hours of the Rhine. Tbi) it known in military society, ana tne tact nat nt inn acnes, i otueve that this army it intended simply to defend the soil of France acainst invasion. With such pre parations Napoleon can very well ape d a month or two in negotiation., holding Italy well in hand all the time. And I am sate Bataaville BmUna. Julr 15: Our i-ooH friend W. D. Mtrriwether requests nt to aay that he will give 90 cento per bushel for 10,000 hnshtlt of wheat delivered en the bask ef Black river at aar time before the first ef Sep tember. Madison Janrssf. Julr 13 : So far at we have heard tbt cropt are doing well, bsH nerj some rain. Helens, .-wield, July 10: us some placee in tbe river townships corn planted since tne water saosiaea na necnantovt liter ally eaten up bv worust. Mr. Diamond, of thi Walnut Bend, haa had to plant three timee to get anything like a good stand, withstand mg tbese evil, if raifl a general wetting rain suouKi iau wiinin nve or ten oarx, an average eon. crop may yet be realized. Cotton lookt very promiting. Washington Dtmo- crar, July 1Z : lot crops are still in fine con- cmon, and all is well so far with them. Texas San Antonio Leiftr July 6 : Since the recent abundant rain we understand from oar country friends, that tbe crops and the grass arc looking; up ntigsoosly, and bow there is a very good prospect of a tolerable yield of bath .cotton and corn. Tbe crops tnrwurnout ne state, except a small section of country around san Antonio, were never bet ter, and person at a distance who design enri gratiag to Texas may rely upon it that they will find, oa their arrival, an (he assrcatarlet of life abundant aad cheap. Locisiaha. New Orleans Crsscenf Jaly 16 x em rati a Jasytt, mm. V.1I. GII.MRII & CO., Cotton Factors xsu COMMISSION MMCHAXT, Nk tit Mam wreM fent-etwawtaa II. V. CUIUS, Cotton Factor ANP COMMISSION MERCHANT, X.. M Praat now, 0f rTSTia. JlsalllinfcBla.l HUirHCB,TsWH Orrxna his servtam k Ms aM rrleads sad tne auMK tsaetsUs. neatum s si lisl ttst ho saa tender saa iatactkas la all BSantars arts Inttuattnasstsaf their 0W sm or athrr rrsdnee la ktm His caarsv nsr seuin oa. a ia arty cent, per stl. Pmcaetiii itssll. remltlt Jltt-Aam im mm concert A V THE GAIETY THEATER, TIIFRSDir EVEMXfi, JI'LY 28. PROF. CHASE MssarkUtnat nit VOCAL OLA St. lom. S&'S sasuss st iram sevsstr-assmooe ka4rtat fumm.i wan ssmaue, mr um nrst llm. IB nam - . nkla. tae baaatifad fa mi is aasitisd me riown 3CKEX, sr tne OarsusllBn at Um Base." at Ike asm g. aartcit ft (Co. ftlu friisenwifs I U uusnmamtti asars. xoaaAnnAT. aurxrx a. no. A. W1KKU1 & CO.. LA. SPJECUL.TIOjST. 31 !.DFACTCRERS IGE.VTS, IIIitVY TI3IDERED UUVD. CommiBsionMerchantfl.O 12?: Atn weMsaamaelsadmsAasss UM m tamaosA eiuM. OEKERAL PH0D0CE DEALERS, 37 Proat Zl-o-co vrM MBOTHW, THW. IVheclIng yalla. rf NO. 3T FRONT ROW. Sonp and t'tuidles. 450 JplT tnVssssssi, Mu asJ ramay I QBsaasa laiOi.a,i( mnaatksiM -far stasis at yW NO. 37 FRONT ROW. BUSINESS PE0PERTY, Osjit HtwaaH, a.vb thixtt rxrr ok a basis , .nMW.ssssawaltksVdsltse. Tats wStl s sssV ainusaiaan luaiaHnifarMlanMllH. trtker, s unesst temas. A Lao. U" to 11 la Het, sa taaasAaart asensr H Aeassa tMTkssdstHtta. Country Residence. Fsssr ssjis Asses sn kas Zaleltk vest ansssaese stsae. 1 Pria lew, tad had Man. htt KiMrsAaKAT. Bersxx a. oo irtrt rm!d,?2v5,aMlvnre' For SaIc Very Lour. ...V.U j?"?."" "i"i 4uj,w.,xWh. tfasler assssea, fife3 !ia 2? .UTT'.r 1 saeeMlraassaBrlstlaTs..na. 1 a..lnJT isanaai Al. sad fom rirS " XfkVSAnBAT. BCraac a OO JLX Fat sale law kv sstm a. WAUEK k OS.. ar rrmt sww. A SMALL. IJintOVED 7'Eiila ESisKV uuche,, C owner u Place, 1 JU HSrai!lHibTii wmiris n tut NEW STATE LINE E0AD, MBA m 1KVEXS WTION WHS JaOJUIt AVvTC das. Bmteta, SMsttsdi tubs All Sk sale' law, sr 0trn,C A. W, AtRtK a. OU. n Tn Km. Notice. HAjrnasBldawsSacXsRMa,a4c C. H rrMt T' ramva snr Baasaltaw.mV . n. xisser at. tss. s.r. I aaassasn ran nam my manda aa ail si i at. h. MILUa rynja ttst is a JL t-tt 1-1 tT-rk TIbit aa III iftasi. I. a. i i as. ssan s eten ska Baaiy an say tw u. tyatw nonaAtrxjT. parrans; a. oo. To tJflercItants. BKAB m salad wa see yresnrsd ts fumbat saw -taara twaoy lad m taai, iaak m sana4 Ak. For Sale. - AUT asncartaraTJittaau sad s,araM ssrvauLli ky latss seat wui ke srfd akssp. at - mm msa. alss.a aa ait. taresv aat tastsxa - -- warn ass. Dtl XOMSABXAT Donna a. cm. , aat saaiast altsatHn m1 t wTnrrur a. MosrmoxaRr. rtaalatatm. MsUm atrtwl. To Planters. 1) tat t. asiad a saa nsraHk rot witk all ika laaaln -1-1 yoa asay rfamir ia tk faaaarBC4Ma4 swar dwelliac asmas. nana saa pisaea Ato.. M, Mr WHIPPUC a. Movrfioa ET. l-l ria.tat llul. MaAMia atvaet To farnenters. TJ nan m samd wa are sasuM Wmaary yn wltk say I -a-. imn laaasar. raatn ae psanee. wRirrut a voMTaoatwr, MsatM Hill. II.IM atal FQK S-AXE. A MCDjiCQBFORTABLE RESIDENCE, CFJ&n. . kstn. basltby rfimatoa. V ."toa Bsto saw; naa evsvv Mnna sad .e 1" suass. laaay aa waauat a ctwasv SV " " aw. mm la SB Tenna Oaa Skirt cut. talaaea n aa tn Ma years, wltk tassmt MOHSiBRAT. nrjrXIE a. 90 IB ill! UI! Turning' and Scroll Sawinr;. A VTACBrUB m aur Tss tens 1(111 llschu. l. Ii. TUaasa Utne. gtraB saw tsd Circle If irkaai, k..- I mm safaiai msara ciiism 11 tsat m isslisar Mr. SO in nasras af tbit sasallaai m and It usakla a se- rassBo wan m urns ns. m i nisinsu WfDrpLB a. XOTTKXtXt. aras-rw rtsaiat vtn.3 IN THE aoein it. retails.. . -ww e. ncan. RBO. IV. &, JEIIIAI, natii, 50 Warren It IM Chamber tt., mbw vonx. Tniinrncfiirrrs a Jfholr alel CITY AND SUBUEBS ron S.1ZJB- nr SCALERS nt Ilats, Caps, ISonnets, Floirrrs, Etc. HATBbsw aswia an State Caul rkatts sl airte stark ml tsa VwaKmwtasb lky srtldl tsa ImBsrllBa st .srattmalm. .HiiiUUPREE&CO .irw im. afntrj, vm. irjpt.i Administrnlor'K 8n1c or FIXE FCRMTPRI? & 0XE KOCKAIFAV ON TTBSSAT. naMOrd Aatwat nest. 1 wiB aa al saatsc Ml at U. C. Cayo a. aw( Ant Han ananas 11 ik at ii s ik Is raniiims I ilm'nt la a Aa late lis VstltU Jaasm ; aaaisB Bockawi ,'oaaaansaal Watatast A. M Tcntlt or X A LB All suam aatar . aat aatsaus. aatas wan sastssarsser inaa waa k. resalrM RBITRT T JAMBS. Atm'r. irta X. C. CATO A BOM. Aaalaaatra T TOSTM 11 ttty AS LOT. naaas sad fat as nam 1 1 il. satase r I y sm I in lots. I nuuBt sat m. aaer I Baswa. to arm sett. ISTOTICE. TO ALL VniOJI IT 3IAY C0XCERX, A T a mswlanj st ska 1 III ii'i miswtn gtmun aad asaaat astaa tot aa Onart atsset, taMS rstaaVas. tot ss A4asna as. arts setasmas. tot a ItasBjswtssaat. msa BaMaaaWntaata. a nis sod iatsa AsMlaUsa. aM sa naos sad tot sat ltatn. Jane as. II wm taaalsasL tsas I " .aa 1. V t aaaam uanwia is it lanaiiaai tnat tky wants Bat ti. a ksaret cmlil Uaa mm aa Maaiar a. ssatktr. aft. IWtaand July, mat. . ia tart, mm Ikilil Ik I to JSt last. caa aywrm ruurny TBy Bay k aay cak Sue all lk I n. , , i - t.c, is tn.1, trrnt ad iw. bm. iw-,r - I ' wa ' mamw snu vnncs ass. tn bssUc will sot tat isaais at tavrir aaaasvties. I nwsas sad last a K MtlUgALL. Sa . rimSial, I Hsaa sad Lat a V, r nanaiBS, Saervsary. NT Bas asms, vast M Jnm. Iwsisri BStUj ad Vaaar sttea. Baamsmstaiat I uunTuTaoHjaap Issnol FEMALE SEMINARY! C rrr ATXB Tanaiia, l Alaeats. a tk X I saw aad Caarlnlia Ballt.aMl. II mile tt Hoaa.aadLalfa.MMtm.manklmt t Ul I. Hasa aad Lot an at. Xsetan, ntstkad tm nVsatadLst - Mas' aaaa. a. sssjrs (mam sin Bt to aw tset. Tk aat saawsa. . i tka aaassal at rrar. T n Jsnaaaa. will MBMuaaaa .a X OK PAT. t. IBB TW seminary will sa rm nil tat wttk irw aaal sntarmr asu tssad kmttla in svtvass nmulies at tt aa ant par Ii ii lly in rriaetnel. I'ffsSBVatvT asvVIMByuBaBVeUsnt ALSO, in SPEED, DOXODO & STBASGBs Cash Dealers FOREIfiN AiVU D03IBSTIC Dry Goods, 314 MALM, lEJIPIHf,, TEiiV. APRIL, 1859. If Inrlfr tsprctal atltnlioit T9 BOX New Spring Stocfe! TCTCY 14TEC, 1859. KEDDCTIOX I.T KEDUCTIO.V I. UEDOCTIO.V REDUCTIO.V PRICES till I'ltlCEH Hit PRICES lilt PRICES MM vj 5 - or FINK OF PffiB OF PfKK OF F1WK FKbUrCJI LAWMi. PHR.VCH LaVH'NS. PRSNOH UVtMi. PR8.VCH LAvV'm. OtMlANlelES. OfeGA.VBfGS. OrWAMMKS. OIWArfMBa, en LAWNS. LAWJfS. LAWjfa. LAW.V8. latcjff5, getpclr scr r. at. nm. t.wiutnt. Tneti BHX p. a. MM'um coiLTJjnsr. 4 . tr m rnar LAntx am mx raesaei mart NEW AND CH0ICP. AETIOLES: mj. assj or BfAXStMB. rsnx sm or rxAXL. mi Mas or tuxao . - rru ss or csmial. rtni or xoxn itru taen oe rxau. ao ajjistt. rvu. eesj or sAastavr. rau. asm or jsr. nmamarinTAMa rvu. aars or nttAxauax rru. asm or xserwaajc rati, asm or xtnoaaAW wumh ws tniatasa. ratx saws or maaiaa.t iri wsvw nana tax nu. Sana aiaaisli i woac wnsi i r jabs rs A LAHOst Smi'.K F W ATCHBS! vnthasktaink cETa SILVERWARE! MLWaR rwats SH.VX UBSS M.TU alt.Btt taursa va am ooreni ssLVxe. mist oatavta. atLTBsi kovmn auras' aa. aaxjraa rtam xjstvae. MLVBn laattr xtn Mtvmt ron xarrvaa. Nxvam can xjrtVBtx stivun na xxrvna MLvna an mi stxvna ncKUi ansa. nrLvna satkui ntniuuv AM8rCA LAWivS, AM8RKAX LAWfvs. A.MS8ICA.V LAW.V8. AMgatCAW LAWNS. I Wsnattatvaettrs "van FLAVtsB a I at Own i iBotn, sr. 2 5 ut . EXaUtOIOERED SWISS. KJtafrOtDKKED SWISS. EXBHOI0KRBO SwlaX. E.MBHOIDBKEO SWR. Uousfs jib'J Lots In Frt rickerlntr, .nrf Jt'ancy Stilts, .tnd Fancy Silk.. .fntl Fancy Sllk. fnrf Fancy Silk.. .friil Fmncy Silk. SPEED, D0N0H0 & STRANGE, .Ye. 314 Slain Street. G TJ1ST S I SPECTAaBS! b.v;ravl(i. I BeasssadBysaMlw L kjm. Qsmli aa Blukk. ttaa Issvstsi snanuaasVtlas ntt. miaillssawaat aaaysssa. MUCH AJICAL. WAfC&aa tssared. JsVsUT ssas as rder tad I AXB 1 at CrefBeaw's AMltleB, (fAfittfa, Etc. tfHCral lilldlBH 18lf ner na utwrc. rntutay nystaneal CaHssa. LatsVanas. BKaHy mjmumm t,.iasaa. aaaanan. swan new. t. I .- mMM - Ttusl WaasssanPnlaavaasv.rsmimii.Alaa.ml. I " "", awa inasBH jb. si o a Hii js. tyweaa. sat.. n nsada. Mtas ICsa. C. X. Hall is OsSBtd. Xin.1 Cat. J. tvaas. jattasau raasaj. xarnt w. B. Ha iMs. x r. B. Wsimm. Xi !!, 1taM . X. -ad. La at saarsraasla. aabtiam Bat fllatasal. a. x. mboxat. -.'t t . . . . natXnTOI.. Hmmwj, I " iyslswtm MASONIC MALE ACADEMY, A'ortlt ?Iotmt Pleasant, MAE SHALL COUNTY, MISS. TUB TfuWUel Hum a,itni!iv b kr ferfe4 prmcmrim Ht w ithh ot Xr J JF Sttrr. a. m Vf ku mm. t W. m't. A.B.I Uk cWrtt nf tfel tmemtm, t win m tMsra tm him r Mrv. Mca it t ttp. llwK mj r K'H-wa t itm UtOsjujajjani am BWIum. Jl MtsMl Csl I erlM CtJjMIOII tt-na Bh cm mt) uaati Man.1 t Mr tmMttmthtm im tmP M TllOffV. YuVaT aW OT MITJbtlaK IHlnff M witkiiB ftrtaUlM4f u. TW in tmwtm wilt imJli?llL tacw tc-auv.aaa, ntu ranracr. aiwia ua rrww.t. J. W CBAWTOBD, J. J D. SALS, twovtsry. lyM-atar tatyasilim ss wsX, asta. anla Xsaaj .aadsasa I A- a lxvy -a. x. ruHUas. racant City Zolt ion 1ALX BT ii !. Ulf .1 C0LU3IN. CAJJCXa rsaalrsd and tatutaasd m stftatttSU nq. .Iff IforA: Il'arranfrtf. Our Picture tJalleryProfeMwi iteruiBCIon. Artist. r w mwm aaaaaaiis m m SUBH riesasas Lasaa m an ta wasm aajsas : ia n tm nrnwnwsrrraa m atioowaraa. art wwesr -t bbssm s J. O'B. IX5IA.-V. Tka. aasanratod Attmt sas bstss aisUy Uaatsd mass et sk rwans caaaertsd wttk Mr wanry. wnu, wnsmwa kavaBiisVmTaaaiaaimamawSM m all neanmnasSBak- aatsssetn rtllnrii rnMesattarn. ramMaiac aa Skey da. It i iattsa tw Artasls, a aaavaj IB mmt stcs I, IBB SI if B Art Xo. I Aw4tareers a. ('aLsig MerekiBts, IVo. 10 Madison Street. jiu,.i.iuii..ii, uuriitlli K, CO. PROMPT ATTENTION PAID TO ALL S.tLES OF REAL ESTATE. NEGROES, MEUCUAXniSli, FTJRNITUEE, GROCERIES, IN CITY OR COUNTRY. OstBtaXMXXTS mlldt.l-Aaiaat Salaa reaered V musajstj Cut avaare4 oa c Bannmssm. bar anWrlsal atwatWa will be c-b io all ks ky V rtt. Passu KBI i Qsa, Miiaa, krlttHst,saXBln stesaa. laimsat Vaaan'a I I Clark'a Marble Dlook. wtv C E2ST TER MlXiHS. i. n xtxie-rv nm. i s tie in J. D. EI.IJOTT &. CO. lAtsmi stttet. save nWsutmnl TUB klBta.il petaa tas sar OasoamfBsa 1. una. Musty aa Omm. a at Ktc-. fsam.Xswe.xas. ssaneVI aa seat, saBsaaaauvs, naar aUslrsat 150 Juat Received. Bauj xarrst a Cv B I naa ISiaat. 3 rst ut he 4, ststk 44, so answers aswnae. It Br a Mam a. WanVatn XX Jdst at Bra. otrf aaai kiossl nsa Wuaatsi a sus nt Bardtn. Xau. Wiaes. y sal. kr jyl Frcli Supiillesof Choice ramllj f.roccrle.. A XSr Satar ar4 rasaiaail Hams. Batlrr', Lard ia I V I, ani I recttwd at yV. Int". btrsklaat Bteaa. Drtsd Bf. Mr., J S MITCHXLL k C. S. Mt Xala sssaet. TtllKTT LOTS IX OS SOW LA WB ABBtllOei tnas-aatf st 1st sV kkas, 41, asa IJaasn atres. ky tti Sort a Caauy, aas Usawa asrart tastjia. I. area Tans art Orli as, mi isa. UssBa,ll.aM,aa VmUm atraaf; i uiaant saat at uiiuuHii m i -A.rP AUCTION, HY A. S. laV.VY ai CO. No, W X AIMMl.N STH8BT. Oatn and Corn. OOr, sacks coaa; CCsJ Maaaksadaaaa: Jaa rrlTt ft ss.asaas laa... wtnafc wa dm. id Ww cnawa & Samtsscx. rj jasmauu 1 Sar gain: V aaw .a i,m SAAAW AlAUAa a. The rhraprst, Most Brilliant. AND Tloaf Canrtnlrnt .frtlllclal k rent wnntjs. V.TTn wtu sssx. at mm laaaa. m ffwat af atar. BVHtT Tnn Ik. aaaiin - - . 11 XskBWUsaV.ttts'rtwt. ttrwrl. law-ra. IV- jtJJ lTmTs7 if t , r" kCtmea. mvmtBaa. .a . mr. ??SfiT"' -O-mtw.- Kesidrnre Lots, ttc, near lb City. M iwHatsansasll Xrero filrl for Sale. -tTTK twas nwsas asl Ss. t Waea nastMO Mai. I swat yams at aa. a a. lavr a ca. Oa Conlt;nnient. SIS as sa On IT cam lata my I ulia. aa Sa. stesar sa. kssm usiadi II I. and 'ke .atertsr ssaas' aa- taenav ait af ssaack aa tasa in n i (.use. Pte- atBMasa aaa naja. .Ii t m eaasBla Ika aasMsa. iytt- laa JAM at aaam. wBjt BtsunVl9 ufBtsf BjrlaB. aW HauwfftasnAl . i H sHitJii.JsniB'.sQn issisds aBHl. LSTKXAIrsannl attasr as. I mn sswauOSBBlBl isiBiaaLSBBeaaasaSBaaa. rytmatMa Samasssfd Smm mm cwltna. mmtm,. '--sa-dSwa 1 .li.aw. mmmTZJTjriZ.tr.T. UskaU.ia Qam.s. kam, ta and sea at. turns ml. TJmsBBttsa ar to 0e sasa. strl as uv. I mamt, Juat sasl in tinm i sa. tnam. LAND FOE SALE TOO Cl CaiitT -Tuiana acbss O iniammastsmaaal n D BVsnsuml Asian m taat aaa a la " - - a- . sn aaa i ess aaareu st say am. TtJOS. U TAT (iHt. Stolen. f OSt Fsss. 1. 1' MUt. ,a X , a Bay Xara. BfWa saads'XlSi Hvas aad tall, and tart ImfiSLlS ttd, tad an a new ttsck nsntiaw snv rsaanuaaa, m IB art m tare tHa. taatM,SH aanaa acorn. Jstmraya's.san snstiaadl In Store and for Sale I.otv. tmm Jutv lid. Wit NMt siaivTBAatMaa, rjittltM Wf Witt W ttufM rmrmtmm Mim-rmnaw aas.mi. .tsMM, jso c. uAmuL, wnssjiawwsajaan wan Unsugjffa uTuTs ItVsToBhftsunsto nsearatd. t actus, mi kasT mst Bsstn ism at k stsj.. asae luuttvsnark aTuMio wajasVlBJsnltA anM(Vj4na t to., to ilariett's. stsaa saajm taH, neas W T Avery's. 4 sates, aa st On) Banana, at. tSit n..,.t, mm B 1 1 1st Bart eawa, to Ma asssisnnt Bv. trtaSwa'a. aaaak ml an. BlEIAJP. or VAiXAtu num. sWaak aa ma aaLaaaant Tnl ty am ilstiit. art an ss. tamaraaaa t. sn aanWntar. mi X nx LajWanht mwunsns. x. . LaVT AtnV To the f rndr. that one month will suttee for Prussia. She The aeeotmta reaerally from the sugar district cannot onar e oae aiHieei thaler per day, 36 ahove tbe city itpt stent the nresent rrewinc; ner cent, iacreatesi taxation and" a forces! loan This it the axe economic, and the commercial element in Germany baa a tr ease sd none influ ence. You are aware that the Prattian law nf mo bilizaUoe it Imperative ia itt operation. The hanker, tbe Brer chant, the eoeeideatiaj elerV, tbt cashier, the head of a commercial arm. the father of a family, ate tonally liable to he tacen, with tbe groom, or tbe riding here, or the slay laborer. Wnat becomes of (he henV's affttrt, of tbe comntere of the country, of the famlHet? roi atk. Well, they are lulnsd, that't all. I tniv one manufac turer who lost hi esebier, most eiperi eeaeeal feremta, bis enfineer tnd several sates cane as vary saiail, and apftareutly iadicatinc a difmient crop. The account from tbe par ishes below tbe city are of a more favorable aspect : In fact the' cane It rerv forward, par ticularly in tbe parish of St, Bernard. The prospects in tbat perish - are highly enconrag- ne- Alauaha. Belief ootaln i'ra, July 21 : We were down the valley test week tbreoeb a taart of the "dry streak." It was snstressiBi; to see the esTeetf of the drooth. The corn Io tome instance wa tontine white f ardent dried up ana tne wiia wseot ayiux. cam soEie neaas ot etrlr corn moxed werl. All-it Bet lest. Bread will be made In these dry districts. Our ftrm- ers aay tbat tbe cropt in thit ctrtioty are a!, rial seu, snan a days astir. The tuNI was I rrdy creetly danagtal ay tbe drsath. Intome closed. I knew another rentltBian who wat dlttrlcit no rain ef esntequence bat fallen ttaee stay test, ine corn crop wttt ne wort. Cotton a mo Is small, and caDnet make a sjood taken from bit business hit basic setetl from bit wife and ehiMrtn, aad marched o7 1. earriace horses of private nalhtmea are taken, We e ip the ftutowine; paragraph from an inadequate com raeaiiem pail), and, rteihtps, the St. Loaia RtmrnUinm of Saturday last their late owner compelled to nee them mount ed by officer i- Whea t9fiOB man are tout called out, aad another call bangs over tbe country, and tweaty-hto par eesst. additional taxation ia lakpostti, and a forced loan looot Inc up In h fntare, yen can understand tbat Prussia will be sstpfirted hi any reasanaMe eslbrt to restore eeae and pat an end to thete tbttfa. Matiicmatical Ibea er Hsxosv A rTtJ sate of a certain etllretrt rare aotbr llir lie, aad a fKeace testowed. Th matheent'ical Inter of tlie eavleuamard af the .esaaate. and atttt far tb TtaathTwho WtUttni bt naaet firbt. Wair" iaaatted be aximirallititg. Hs ' . . w , ' . u ... u fve me lac Be." vcrrwefL, tet mm prove asm, paaawivr . it. If be r-evei H, you dtj liessJIallf he does uaoa J. IT. Ntm Bet ra-ve k. he Met. Why onsanotberf Let btmptevs It," New BisHor or Sr. Pact, Mikk. The Rt. Rev. Dr. Grace, Ihe newly appointed Bishop of bt. Paul, wtH be eotvieeraUd in the Cathedra! of this city aa next 3a&4ay, JaW Mth, by the Meat Rev. Archbishop KenneE, assisted by several other prelates. The cere mony will torn ma net at half past nine o'clock aitd terminate about htlf past twelve o'clock. Bishop Dtattan, of Cbieapo, will be the prraeimr ttathe sxxaaiao. 49 cHa the foUowi&cj ritusgraph rfom the Naehvill IMmm, af Friday We received a dispatch from Knoxvtll ve. satssay, IsdsfaBiBC a that Hen. Heract ilay- iBasnate sue esacivs, mauo na aiinca; t doe noon 1. n. ncwasan. aunor or imk ivnoxvuie rent snoot Saytilir, WTm a esaa. ti c icara mat iniyrjara wai wersted ia Um encosftter. arlrctad Is u ftTsscd as sat witk samtlsm aancaaa; tad rtaf Ckase asaaa saalutMB. la am. skat altaaatk saaay al kla daaa sr aaaae. tkar is sanBcaant naastlBHI talaat lo PTOsncetBCaBUlamsntamimiarm stall sria Ik atoms! af sll ktvers of (uaa masv:. tb ailssaial is a. tsssaws tbt ritarr, aarel 1. a saclaied dl in tk furrst ka cshm tkelr jas A tr ssa aBKaatrated wits tkawarW serka. in tk saa tsaer, retlrrmem Inaa alt IU err, sat etussi autsarau. Tae Flawra tail t krra art dety; art In rclse. Isamiac Uut l all wall tn asatssu allatted ky fiaa alsncj it 1 t. kiatl . rsaatrm m relara atalu asBts aat raa teatmeM asaoar kaa tllow-OTarar Th darn will ke tisastd SB wnsst, art ssok trr.t,-,! wttk Ik sartatalar aw.r k rsatisaala. tka. srssaaa lac oa r tk aaaat k.sBttfal tskleaqx rmr wioaeawd Oaseonet Osanrallt Tsttets ssy bp ofcuisad aaly t Ik aaar Pniccs or Aomiwiov Drew Cirri. Priatl sad ramtly Cirrte. etl rrata rklMrB half price Osuarr HERE IS A GOOD CHANCE TO SECURE A no (j sis .ijd AO? ON LOISTG TIlVLTi;. in a coon nkk.-iiuoiiiiood. 1T7X wilt sB eke aaaadstaasss asusTSaal ASP lAlas. t r an nutlm atrtet. as Tn ibis I lactam st 3mm1- tb ran rrant nasi . street s. rrsmrs. arsaa laailai sa au necessary sajs- win csasa lasm am st a SsssilB. tt as osy. IBS ay tat tret aaHssui ass seat, ana sas at nvssy. mattas,m, Wsnd ataera asa, as amaisaslnu anmn Baaat art X. a. C. n Hi I M tasws rt nanu Baam ssa nm B. tnts4Mt aecBsmit sMMmuVwstlsr Pail I s,iaintWsa IS tens ktsrsn Iwarsskt sad CtanVn, ssm naat ntlatiUVl, atarnrtwma; OMXadsstaWlaa: WatsVslitli lasitisaits. 1 IU IVotice to Fnriners. TWUJSTIJS Mte tla art bstst Laad. swa m I waaat, tat xsa Aerasat na antttsdnc al m( mi If aaaii an sna .a-iataa-xiailiiUal tias. Sundries! Sundries-! Tobacco and Clears. Bss ml at COaW. a. .la, t. at Fall assa.aana, sas.. fisyis syiimat ctaassaaos: JU aakAam. mu., - - W i tafcM; a - amnirtsir, to BewdBssnii ; It Tea. AUat atack asa a laaissBiaiasl. art fear aat Low msa a. a. uvr a on. A. wiaarx A oo.-s. at i-sasanaw. 'A' 1-r !; ZiATSST FROM PIKE'S PEAK. e.eslinlit aasnu. to set sf llaevtautw Jwift IsarrSa', a saw tmmt Laa rmmi. Iassl.laBdK,so naaa-s tessnw, asm It acres sa Bsttltk laau, s ansmOimili Injurs up" at kstf p-t ' at 8 . rlart ; t'.akrt Jyst-ai HOT GOODS. SHIRTS, Very Superior. DR. WEILS, Cotton and Linen. SHIRT FRONTS, COLLARS k CRAVATS. Light Linen Clothing, Hoys Clothing. Children's- Clothing. HOOPS, All Sliei, WMte and Orey. DUSTERS, FANS. losQorro bars. MISSES' FLATS. PINK AND BLUE RIBBONS. LABORER'S ROODS. HKATT HUT OTIKBIKTS AND rA.VW. oaecxEB amd nicxosr saiXTa. ISBOCKD fir SHOES. V1SATT AXD XBOIVX OSKABClMat. BEAVT STBIPID LIX5ETS AXD TWILLS sal was! tasssn Taylor X .WcEiccn, jyl7 Htm stteat. aaaa ALSO, F.IG11T .UXtt . JT.iJLF .tCIIES, m Aaasm tlvisisa, tear ts taittian f Sen. WnHe. mat w t win am tsas asHtuns, aad stssw tsars lyia-ts JKUsVABRAT. Bcraac a. ca Shtlby City FnrntM, near. llemphli,, tor Sale. let so, aa Baca Las rasa, t Furniture, Furniture " are atlu salliar rumitnr Jnat aa rneaa a. It ever, sad aar csuHlstttsBI tas sat tn naaa MX MaaraseeX. . . . hull 1 1 1. T salts, esat. sM awra, ar Saasay BiisIl ssi X A x. a. M mn, t tsMm nastk an new nialw.t, ssrirr C. r7Ii!llcr. Optician x iXTricmuixor a nxttlt isTHm ASS IMPROVED SPECTACLE. ifErXr -WtAlJIll IX- jaAa CL0CSM MiTirHBS 4.M JRW'SI.XT. 341 Main Street, Betow Cayee & Sen, Aactteaeers, 3VraE2Vrimfil. -Tv-rr.-rvr-rs.-r t 1.1? " Otsasra s. mt tk By. " " "ni., aw . mrsrvi saa waterman. Vlrv teysjred aTsyfatllsdSWinkBaBratlaJla.t k- a.H. T " . 1 J ww mmimr a. sarsa I, ataat satssla t III I' lilkll 1 sl ill i irtlalHSI warn . .a , srtsasMBaMan.wiminlirriilisaai nval alVw w. Jaawsatnnwminasssanesaasany auinlaital Coftf Coftl Csfif PKVS I PBiVS ! PKVS I THE LARGEST ASfKWTMaOfT 0T GOLD PENS! OF KXTRA FINE POt.VTS. OF PECULIAR jUsiffMCTil OF ALL SiZRS. OF ETKRY STTVat. OF VAKIOCS PRICES. lf ll'fi rranrtf. A FEw" BBS-S PESS. A Complete Assortment er HeWera. At GEO. PATTISOX & CO.'S. Irsa Cures fxiiarantieei. CASCUBS 'Ril) SCRiFOL.1 CUBED. Pixrnuns artiimnt It.tlai ratals sf tk iujneet ssaraeter will ke las-sstldsd say skst assy wttk Osias rarrd near Xrasywis :" Xrs. lilt, aneer. Xt yearf atinsisr. Xrs OkritUtaaXmr, iftyars tlsudist. Rev. retrr Ottp, X. D., 15 Wm Dak. t " " Brnlamm VTaUtoa, - a Send nsr kas taisrwlrtj. Adtresa, jas. a. wtanttK, x. d.. arta-I'lr Hvajaygs. Ala. Ill U.40IIBIT0X . Isttl liattl ATTORNEYS t COUNSELLORS ATWW, TTM-llin rlr. tXTlmmmm TsTIU.rrsaical.wui Us vstims sjsurts M Xsrsk Vr XuaUslatit.WestTeenesM,tnrerraIOtrtst oatotoe tnd da Btrii Cocrt u Jackson. rKoptaUra tisuslysatsmtlecUa Biar4twasata I sriiiaa r.iraiiare ut tiar aara asaauraatar rksa. A'l wimiiiu in ,.r na. rail tt Itt Xala atrrt, al tl asasuis 3 Jtrnpnas. n n-w O. O XILXS Acrat. Pianos. Pianos. TAMES & HI. FLAHERTY, Union street, 3 doors sotitti of Main, HAVBltat aaard s. tkair saratsv asatk swraral I srtssmrriorVIAJItjBatulssai Bridge and Po werfnl Repeatlnr; Jetlon, fim ta celroraled saas.lais.li mt HALLETT k CU3IST0N, no5tou,.iins,. Tear aa.il an saantBtatam af nVsi RtasJAVBO. XlK.. Jntr H. mm. J OM. Matrrty: Akoat tkr yarns seal tsmmtlsHtiruaBisi sr BasVst a. aaassn. jasa. asm I SmJ ari tm mtm mrnrni mmm asaasv aaa sstenlaaims Im nam OM star stake .. sarrrtrr t any asser OM 1 usad. x. A. XfsMLGT. a. totmlttsaV- kestt; well aassamted wttt tk tatatsertctk mairaai. ul star swt aaa. I J'"'. i mi ara. jasae aitiisfr. tasailUBl aancar wsj nsr m lk Hasrakli sansliin mrmm rxarrMat JACOB XIUBn. jos. junBisnE, sr J L xnanas. a. xtxnxui. t PlsVtQ USUI, XlBB r?l I E lUaaaateaLsasvcses. ' as pia.naa mrsatk ska lain. is.1 " ' " " - .. ii.-a.,,.,,,. ,i , 1 ' " T Oft mm rrat say Itw4 a .. a. i laasaiHj tniissal. I ts-i m tryst. naa I kar n Atsam. aTiTsi I ". ikree-. " r1 r- r- l-qn-isni u. ? Jtml-'ksaiky?erama kavaas rtanaataar. ''r"tS!?"' TT . .... Istkasv. a. I . r . I lauaa il.l raw iaasvajtsnBBCti.sj. ASMsaaaaBtse asas. wans tkeas i .rtw du a.. .lZT.rL. TT--T I raaaa. art snrr.1. i 1 rirrrssi ibitisbi i i -i n-t Dwelling House for Kent tkree-aa ,rte mt a nana aaa Ih Tn Sanaa It mt ktHt. am 11 sUUrsad. nasty laasm 1 1. tss scraa tatr Btskstw Wsskt, wa saisuL Baaty nefsa ai. gsalias aattk sd Xeemaas. lttt set tally taaiawrrt. IS aaa msdMrnatea.. ts Saws, aaesy nssareed,M sapesmssnjsd Xaaajsnu. 44 seesaw anssy nBnsaved, at Mississippi and ArkanMS Lands, Mews. Csmil m. ,xJm '!,"-, t"1 " yanwaany altraaH U. rvraaas Msat la sedet 5.. slwsnt asl m masr Basse art Fsat nasoa. t us - - . m...i T S- " oat seises, art JWBtT-mwawSyfy. AUGUST ELECTIOiVS. Atta 01 AiieaNy, la KeKtrd t Elsetissj. I I rtBAFTEK XX. Inli... ta - n. .. -- - ... ImnroTed and BnlanroTed. for SiimAZm2JiJ".?X'&" ' ' I --7. "wiaiaBanatw an sltesaaaa sayasls tk fWtfcesaartsrtiliisBrtsaalamracawardr faasvsys ta Jotssa. CSnts. st . ta, knldsBX ssst rter nan skan k sssssased, aat ska stsae mt reasart rases f'SL1 "aB auater a- yroriaVs kynutlsat V '7 aneeey lislaam l Ckaatst no, n Wan SI Be it fartkat rascts. Tsval LAND SDKTOYQR'S OFFICE. CALL ON MONS.lRK.IT, DDPREC &, CO., i as Bias, smsey, ssat BtsM art atssa, set. Tk itaatlos I km in a 1 sawtsaa af tk is aili. wttk a karte yesd. wa set wssn BSBSsrmsBasi Brass aad amati krar 1 1 1 al aaa tms, lailaBBX s.miai. i a aasn mm r rnmastam. an wan art yriBaUfa,CWrW Hia.1, maths. rtaisiisiia sal kaaaas. AUsnitkir stss sas BSSiist mans aaasdsaaaaSa se si rut tn easy, nnnssalau jssas Imansakawagt. ),lt-lw Otk X I. Xray a HaaT. rsjBsatBjtw. rs.mill wmtsfssmcse On Ibbjsiii I saaeeat 149 seves im inaaere aa aa saraV ttssa, ast ssm tar tt I mmrnt am.is US. Han To all whom it may Coacorn. TTTX tava rat.ally natrassed ur sscft a kasv Balnusn V r t, aadsra aaw ssanared as an aB ulna skjtt m,T h tsrMJ witk. sat wm raat . I Ii tw Ba armrri.t a. itivraatsjutrr rys-iw rtaaun XUL as Wta iyv DR. B. IIQWCOTT, Au. tarxavjtiojft s. k miii aailu., and .tt .Vottcrate Prices. erricc Katn Strset, Osnetlte -Wsriham Heat. Jyit-iy 81 Q CfiEEK PUHTATIOH ! QOn A CXB m OiibI srltu Jsnes' .teaa-riii so a.s naixvevt; w acres riearvt: lae Has, rw. otaid.st. Trusts ou.iaiisl ut taaaulBn, sulanta sns art tas rraa vary fciw ALSO 3mamMrtXwaUleifc Bd. iH mass aaaa. ants ; SS sate anwred. talaac k-arllr sbIhsI nsr a sksara Bar a ayarsUt.a um mac art team lyt XllMSABBAT, HTIIE a. 00. BACK AGAIN. HOUSE RAISING AXD JI0TIXK. T no 1 1st i sslstlj nuasm nm atlsim at Xsm- L pass ana For Sale. A HVttt MSB im mm mtk sm. s..r . j -f V tke K istkli sat Oku KulraMl kVy w 1 wsu aett sna at a sar ram at salt ka mm tm XOSSABtUT. WPltSX at CO.. 1 kar tad a nsaleesl ef 1 save Cal , w la strl larrss r niBBtin n saa isl aaaj CT Aasty rVrwaaH vi.r raet OsXar, sr st stritaeeri tesstsor sarfiXahl .M Orrrtsa jUla. Vni41. htty WILUAX BOUTtC. ELEGANT RESIDENCE FOR SALE. WB wm rlt. sa sh sa mesas. mas St. aawl tiastiBint ka tW csts. It t. ,.r..ia.l garaar nil, wwsan a sv nrtnates' walk sf. saaBUMBsasBsnarw as.iMMlltv soaarr tm. Bn4uw"Gassaa.- tVlsaf Is 3aArtl aak aB Ike sv.li in Unrvittes.au. Tne M HltasUfiiU, set was, ski ad I itr aad skaJs tries. jyie xasAJUUT, Dcrxxjc h. CO. an. ,Amu aa. lriaa m BtBtrict st Skstkr saaasst kat la an dsuw asaasaa. a a. oawty r Murray tt pWls skk .,,an m eaak ward f srtd rtty af Xainski i. as w. istrrted tasa sawrstad malkis4eevAksaeuant r .trt saMed Jasmsy M, - rial vua ss tau tniBimtatiiaf maasaatacta w rarl ' TsKTMBAT. 4th Antsas. Mee. . a aaamasn sat wavtrtwe. ranstnwssn. SeaaMr. nuw, ? Tf.'"" 1 msllvm.mkt vsrd Sar sssat a.y sr ZT??J&m?5Z " U' tyjard-n-Bstrtl's (Jtrner. 4 Wsea Itsaaaaia sltHsr M W.t4-Wswklm Hii. i JateTawmesi a, Wlutw.x Baa. Aveane. ak Ward Zatea Hsna Xa 4. wara-scnoal Baas aa aaa street, west sT Tox Ward BttsM Haa j,-.. 1 askWarO aatmsr fan. , Mft L. SXRK. 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