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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-SUNDAY, S3SPT3BMBER 11, lr859.
MEMPHIS. st day, :::::sKiTnjiiiEn 11, isso. Beading Matter on Every Page. Largest Circulation in the City. DKIlOCItAXIC B1UBCCCB. Toe Drmneracy at Ralelgb and riclrity - t-'re a barbeeae at that place on Tta--, tbt 16th daj of September. The CemmHtt at AxriegrmeDtt rou.itts of the feMewtoC saltan: J. J AMU, B. W. Pmo a4 Th. Drraiws. IMtcFASE 5TCAIIISC. A ctrltator to the CteelBnatt tVmmer e, firniiiettMt paper utth tr rwclWf an am rati tralntt the feat n p-elane ioc. We teeittat we eeuUMt better occam the apace taw writer atttde Hit, than by copy oc tt i bt SsanUy ettaa at Uk A-r-mi. Hit wrttw wy wtmnaanuer enrSB , , ,ur,"Str net at aH," is finltiir in n oouOn m SKBaeete: weres. la oarywetfe vrl. le ic.trta( the eseraeatarr rwihnwrU k3owW:e.KteeBproKb the ate tiate of tatttat- lewtnwtion la mere mittr viii the tabwm at a weitdtodpNaed boar .! g e, wotkstese, or offite, strive to fix upr e - ro rait tie BMesstty of a atrtet adberanre to i'e oUietia aad ia the sMU atn at t c: d ptriset e We, the ratf-ester of ierr"t-n-re pectatne orfey, ceeteaee, art teuat l"-rsfieet, seek to estabKsk tilta eompli atiee with tH requirements. Yet, la spet of zV. tbess eorredre asd rertralalnff toaeaee, tie babtt of profane swearing it too mbbj iajBe aa, aedl-aladfllgeaceU a reproach to ie beast. tottKe of the eoaatry Tbrourheet the Stttes tke j-raetiee U genera I -fr mthe child that has left tts aother'a lap. o the pay-headed sea of three scere yearn a 's treat the man nam wea th t cemmt ar Vt mitnoM, to the peer, nomre-s eatrat.'. w.ee pockets do Bet embrace a cepe-tr-l roagh a I the vride ra-ssakatiea of sect y ' i.t ev.! has pwd Ita way, aad to where we w II, bit aiafal aad VweM habat is ewe to ra te ita hydra head. Va oae Utatethe deatoraHxias tetcte rf ba ' habits how eaeily n J oprtar; up ia b chtractor, dropped casualty aad fer-ette-r, IheT take root ia the taiad, throwtat; etrt a vreb-wo fcel sat-taf- arteriea threey-oat the i r-h aad broadth of the seal the fcrst - oats thrvwa apwarda to the sarfaee do sot eoncera w ; we arfotake thea perhaps for the trowel of omc ow wiac, aad tares aad wheat orether pw,tH the asdae drrriarimewt of ' he rnratar baeoaiei so appareat, that we sahe as Sort to eradicate tbeea from Ok eoU. We iv bold of tbeea, to pall theo ap by the roote, Jt -ey hold with tenacity, aaddraga w k the ataaost we can arcoapixh, is the des- - .clioa of the steea, pieee by piece, the roots .-,! be imf on', aad theroahly reeaored froaa -,e heart, or efee aH goedaesa will be ehofced by the Tiirons growth of these aoxioea wee'e. The habit of eweariag grewa fradosl : . and atataat aalaowiBgly, apoatbe iadrrido- i Ivh a firaa feoUac before its exit t f dhuoeored, aad thee, whea we becoai we mdoaror to gteM rrerbycaWap toiaradcoaifoafthatweloofc to who it ia the habit of aweariac, aad do . r beat to aoeth oar aiTHghted coaedeacee Tiiti dM assaraace that the sia caasot be a v t-v bartfal one whea ao aad o practiaea it. i' ! Uaapiriaa; with oaroelm, we go oa froei ' U etace to aaathir til wean aa bad aa th -r"n OCT twttoa gatacrowdtd with eb- i'i T.tiw aoat repaMee aad disgaatiae; B . -if bicoaati aaaal to oar Upa aad ears, aad " j thai coataaiiaatioa of leagaage or iio th'a aad attocipoM get nahaed with di . , and the heart bitaaaiL- a perfect pest te of aadeaaliaow. The babtt ia abj etaaaabtc ia erj" way; S. re eaaaot he the aiachteet aHtaoee with it y ro'lotioa foTtow-the Urn daNtoaee i I c'ooa ia th highest decree, tt'Ka ataa eTitider ft aa ad of the greatest radeeees to a ear, or aaaka at at aa obie-ae eiprowioa ia tt urc of Udt.i, Mtreir the cossiitUl of : ..e act aaaoaa; hn awa aer ie eejaally rep :.e .! ve. "Let yaar OMMMcaae2ttes) yi, , arf aay, or w ha toot ear ie jaore than . v roaiejl of eril." J"The a!Maaf yeotetday calta iaowea tioB the lathfHrHy of a lotaerffos Mr. Ohy s tk aa lar aa rxplaaataaa. We bare bo ex r.:artoa to aakt, farther than that there ia a . rosabftt-j of a asMake ie the date, lather tun to'beaatheatieatyaf th letter. Wepah t Vfd Itae ve foaadttiaoae of oar eaebaage, -i-A l tbe letter aever was wrtttea, Sir. Hr "c, wbo it atill liTiag, ia the proper perm to be ezpitaatioa. BIRBCTT TBtlC "riTH UELCIUJ1. T.DiToaa arrui : In aty last caaatMBica . t alradcd to the tafaesee direct trade . :d exert poa cottoa. In thia article I fh to exhibit ita acttoa apoa other prodac the ball of which hod their vest ia Memphis, ao a cettaia rxtei t, which eoald be 'arct'TlacreaaoJ faTtfce proper steps weretatea. O r export of wheat to Bolgia a aaisaaia to eae mil! on at aVtara, Uariae oit frirtioas; rice, $200 .000 1 'ok ceo, 90,W; rye and other rrai a, StMflM. These coaM be shipped '.re We atao export spirits of tarpeattre, aba'e oO. whale bwe, wood, bwiber, saral a-crre, cat aad pearhobe, wax etc; the iat :t atjht W dlTctad partiaNjr U us with the . dent facilities or direct trade woa'd estab- litL. Thcao exports are Teataedia the shape . .' iineawaf oeiy dtotriptioa, wooWsat, eaat--, lawa, laces, carpets, dothf, eaotiaiers, &aaaal, aarcoe, tfcfctaap, caeorteis, casalets, s,r j"tia d lataos, certaialj all of which are f Metaphts cianaapttoa, aad woald ateet -r. ti a ready sal at oar coaaten. Biciaaa aU- roxaaaaea MjMOM poaads of aagar, of whieb JKQM0 of beet sogar is her own I rathe) ta, teatiat; a aaarcia for 3fiQ0JBDO po-Td' by foreif-B sapply itoal to 90890 oogthsada, ar Berir oae aad a half Butties of olUra. TWs hi alee aa iatportaat Hesa, wor tby of attmtiea. Weil, as to the appareat, sad to tatae the itaptacrieabiflty of steaat tea as eec For a period of trlit issnttii) ear arat daes pack- eu are ntjnrefl ia triaaf nrtiat; froaa foor to tre aad bee carried atx thousand bales of cor-ea xraoa able port to Kew Or least, the aerge tonnage beiag, say frost eight to twelre haadred teas aaoaaarrtaeLt, exehwtire ' pasiMsjMS aad vmy fttabt, this, at toe .ira Unto, btang Boat wtth perfect eaee, :.ow1ne a capodty that woaU. carry the mere1 vat toartoe of Bttgaam. Their too bte bar !y exceed aate thsatnad toaa. H is-mory fires ate, last sathtaed'tis BotEMKb grratr f-'m the fact that their Teasels ar usually f lht draaght (aatjlar; froca oar !,c Jredto wohtmaredtoot- Ithoat til ey grew r- eelveeB" ?a have aa Tears of f ear sot reaching f, leaded to the top of fhetr batwarls. lass a a'e tJ tt ratny geatleateas-aad I'BtiWe eae atei nbo are safe, pradiat, ea4eaat!ac ir. s of rerre aad capcUl leek apen alt thie as t'titT, r slotmry and chissericaL Bat,ge tl-nea, It is becaatc yoa ham set taken aa in ' ret to tb onwatton ; yaa bavesotriTen it your at'r' '. bya dose, earefal exaniaaUoa. If too will " m, I aas sttiseed yoarnpfatont w !l cbaxc with the stadyof the sabject; and i? s'iow jc i, with alt ear boast of Meeapbi. -.J I 'maavewe are alt proad of her pree . .) that w are far bebiad tbe world is g lasiac fron the wealth that aakra Ka b&mr ia mr city, aa adtajaate reBtaaeratiea for tbe at' rntloa roo at We are far bebtod ia th 'srtrial braaeboa ; there la not enoash of tbe buy b'iB of arUaaa labor ; we do not retain rneurb ft be wealth that area aa as a raedioss te sarich other; we are not pregiestitT CBonth, exctad-ac "ar raitretdt, f grin ibis- v. r can beat the WorM; we Jaek tbe efestintde Ti'ioa to the grand principles of trade, ceHtB bera of eecataeree, cotasterclai totereesrs with fHgB eooTrte by reciprocal trait This is what we want. Look at VeoJce, wl h a trade of tea or t wehr raiHIset, ssnperiine a res doat papohtW of IMfiM ret ; Htm b rgh, with llm lahabttaBts, Hriaa;.nprn an exportetaoa of fne or six miiimtt of' drf. Iar : BaMBto. with Ha cities of Meateb, of 11SJ000 ar UaVMr , and Nafeadjave, say fifty thoattad. beside ether town tnd Ttlet, we and eeJy aa expert of stm ffCO.000 for the whole eoaatry. SteekholBi, t e rtpitel of Sweden, wteh a popeiatloa of 0WMMM, hVteetapoa aceeaatereeef $3,at00 tnaport, aad an export of two and a hah tainfoB. Oiber ciUea eeaM be meBtee- d Tbi-h exiet apeaewe-teatb of the reresoe of euraowiat: ei'y. The art aH facta, jretf a it aat ttraase that 3f etsptris, wiabWe fonrth aa peasja-ten, and three times tbe trad' of the abose-ajeatioBed dries, tboold net tttkf -li to a proper aaprebeasioa of ber tapintcrts and shake off her sloth, create a foreign Inter t, and betothe Mrf.,Hpi Valley; proper, .tthetoU citiet E,rop, aretothL ooasjgamcetntries? Why, Mes,. Editor. fiH by .one cap.- Ul, it SMwrep iid of eastatnine; apopeUttei of one I cp red and nf y thoasand aoelt, A, airy at tin may acetn, tegares will pro.- . troth. Now. to pla-e Merapbis in her trae y tE n . - l'T4optsS of oar ataaafactttring iateresta, aoettbyEeaerosa Hberal leglslatioerHbe presence of fereUn capital, establish chambers ,.-. H Hcoraas in pUcing before tbs world tbe merttaof Meopats as a graidJ cnaaercUl nvsrt, a. a .eater for the eUi. . , i ... tmm rCvnk ItfeJ Bent of rast sotT-n" " dects of tbe world may be transported in a few Kir. .r r.; to the extremes or ine country. We hare a few wholesale bouses theyeoght toeeakb) scores. Ws want mere competi tor. . we want to attract by cur energy and en terariie. aad oSer aaeh IndoceraeBt as'terprites aad ieratfthat wfU place us A e, 1 before the aarts of ffce Seoni-weet, and tee nrst step u tlirect trade with Bebjtunv. -- from rakblngtoti. (' rlHixaiWBtl! WAtMiieeTTOir. Septeraber 5. The iateW- ,e frma WihB!rt8 Terrtterr that the U. s tnM bare taken noMettion of the Island f San Jean, in the 9(riti of Taea, it blchly i toortaat. Un. rlirnev noflm oaraiy tkrn sack a step without aathority from tWt ttTtnTmeat. Got. Doogin will nndoobedly -Miab iHiHn with alt tbe force at Ms . oBBani, and it appears that he bad dispateh I a force to diepa'e the eecepancy. Lat Jfanaarr this matter, aeeerdiBg to the 'port of tbe V S. OeBiwtonr, a cMaw: Tbe Maid. Stn Juan and Uvpfl ,-rre eUttaed by WatWngton Territory at a rf w wiiatmuB coutrr. and at the sasae nae were claieaed by tbe oeSeers of the Brtt tb goteeoeaeBt. They bad bo thewjhj-et eatrarersy between 'h AsaericaB and BriHsfc tMotin for ranatai: tbe boaadary Hn etwees the United States and tbe British ter rUMrv. nader the Oreaton trettr. and tbe na er bad been refe red by that eoatauasioa to he'r respeetiT gesrerntaents. Tbe attend of San Jaan it abeat ArUea mile lone br aeeea mties wide, and baa two excel lent harbors, and Lnpex islatid. opposite and teparatef fross it by a'ehannet of not more than a mite wide, has another fine barber, perfectly land-rocked and safe at aH Maes. Tbe posses sion of th tsUnds by the Unttd Slates, man. Mr.faarent, ia btt report, would leare aa aotbiac to regrH for Having vteteea vaneoa wr. Maud. These two rstSBd ia the Strait of Fuea "are of rreater anportaaee to Great B HaH thB the Bay hlattas, wMeh they soil bod. A. Mr MT.ne wa to rrturti to Vera Crax br the let of Sntetober. It atay te aaattcteaVj hat bis negotiatioat wHI thee be restaeeel I hiti math heae the rat wHI reach B 1h rerBrflrrMet S-aor Lerdo wM, it ia .ld, reenia In he UaHed SUte,ta the exptc tottea 'bat tech treaties wiH be atades wiV tMbte bam to accotopSieh tbe objects of bis Ul Aui and ansHos of war to th smennt of neatly a boded I boost ad doHtn hate already neen ootaiaea lor ue iinerai par- Tbe recall of Mr. Otway, tbe British atteis ter, wHI weaken the power of Miraatoo and tbe rfatrrcb parly, and H is snpposed that Mr. Mstshev, tbe nw Srithb 'BrinMer, will le eocnixc the Jaaret goTtmBeat. low. Wj.5tfeTeK. Septber 6. Mr. McLane has arriTed at Mobile fraea Tera Cru with fb' new treaty Berertoted with toe coastltntioaai E-ererna'Dt there aader the reeeatiattractipBt tent out to bias. He is expected to arrive here on Tbaredey nicbt. The treaty contains certain import irt eHpu laioas ib rerard to tbe transit by T'baaate pec, which w U form tbe basis of alt our fa tore teerecasic transit arrangenMets, incla ding seenrity of tbe route, free passage of closed mailt, ports of depotit on either ocean, and nentra'ity in time of war : it also onns a rants hsact tbe fiW et Calif oTfda te Arttoos, aadLsaMidea fr a comsstssioa.te exassiae and tetUe fb rlaimt of our citixeas against Mexi co. For tbe p ivileeea conceded 'o aa we are to pay Mexiee abeat firs edit rent of dollars, oae-batf of which is appropriated to tbe set Urrent of claiau, and tbe other will be paU to President J Hirer as sooa a the treaty l ratified br 'be Senate. The treaty secure to us a perpetual transit ever the Tehee ntopec rethtant, which waaraia lr eooTht when tbe treaty of pece wna asad wrtb Mexico, aad for which twatr asiliioas would bare been paid then ; aad ia addition, i' secures to 'he sitrer preduciae di rtct of Ari aoea a free route aad port on tbe Gulf of Cali fornia, which is all important to it for aappH snd migration, rader tbe stiinsras wbicb his s'ipqla'fna will give to the industry of Ar izona aad Sonera, it is confidently stated by wetlinfonted persons that they will very reo end as much sitter into the markta of th' world as California now send geld. The attempt of th Wishing pujidir te correct th- atteced aboee of tbe rraaking p-irilege t likely to give him much trouble While th Department asT that no new reg latJoo has been made, tbe de lion baeine been made br Judge CampbeH in ISM, confirmed b Got. Brown, and reeaarmed by Postmaater General Holt, tbe ciiy postmaster has bat re ceatty commenced ita obfereetnent. He ears br will enforce it alike upon all members. On theceatxarr, tbe RepnMlean claim to here proofs thai it baa only bees enforced to their det lmeat, white documents, under the frtnk of Denwerattc atsbrs who baee been away for mentbs, hare ben conatantly patiainc ttiiu'nib tbe Post OSee without inqalJMon. Tbeytheeaaea te biag out proof and tuhtati iate this partiality, in x-hieh ease bis renvue' msy b ookd upon as rtarn. Jude Holt it oVermied to enforce tbe renlations and eor ,'eet preent abas', and if tbe potmstr ba ben delinue t ia the ptforntaace of bis duty "either he nor the Preaident will serea him It is co texded by mary that the law on which bcrecntatioa i"baed refer only la letter, and wa not iateaded to Include printed matter aad bet grown into aa eiiormoua tax upon th pettfi reTenne, and no doubt it should be cor rected. If tbe next Co-ierees wish to tax to eorrtinondince of the eeun'rr for 'lectioneer- intr imps m, K must sbeuldr the rupomsibiti- ty or amnduur in laws 'o tan purpose. " Adnc reeeieed from California at both ad mlnlstratioB aad Douglas Destocrate' exprea tn aptaioa that the aasMBiscratiea parry uier will be defeated in tbe coming ejection. Xtte Treaty vrlth ?texlcoev Krn or rtarutnereial I'rotperlty. rnm Ik Ksr rrk Xeraia Tbe aew tioty which Mr. XcLaae has ne gowaied wi'h Fresidest Jusrez, of Metieo, h the asest important nerociatioB that bos been cencanded by eMtr stewenatect snaee that of the acqowition of CaAiforaia. Oar WatohngteB correpondat giees ua-tbe points of the treatr. wbicb are: a perpetual and senre route acroes t&e tsuimu or lenu aatepe, a free port on tbe Gutf of Califoraia "nd a route therefrom to Arrrnai, the adjott meatand naytnent of tbe claiins ef ear cati- zns ac inst tbe Mxieaa geremmstjL and the navmeat br us ef about fire maHtons nf dollar to the goeeraeaent of Mexnpe, one half or wtuca it resected to pay the American cleisM. When peace was made with Mexico our "orerameBt endeavored to oHtaia the richt of transit across Tebuantepec in very mueh tbe "aa term that bare now been conceded br Mexico, bat without boccm. By the present teaty this important point has been bade se cure, aad tts act -tujN soon be exptattjeed in lt our Degettntleaja with other Is'Saiin gor 'aumaatii. But the Best Important coBcee- ine soxhat W a route from Arises to a fre port o the Gulf of California. When tbe eeldra rates ef San Francisco were op Bed he whole commercial world reeeieed a tide roprity that etffl continues to fiew, earich iac iadns'trr and trad, and puaxline philoee- phrs aa to its effect oa prices aad the value of ota. now me errrer gates or tn jtsy or Lobes ar opened by the new treaty, and a heed ef that metal will soon pour through 'hem which will equalise tbe Tain of tbe two 'roes of etrcsttatin.and rive inst such an- impatoe to aU ih trade and price as wa ea- nnecea in isw irota me ptacr or uau ferata. The preticat result ef tbe nwtra'y with M-xieo wNt o to start the wboietouatry into a career ef anecutotion and expansion, and by the iaeritaMe acreae of trade it wifl atM tat a few years nnttiens to the wealth f New York, aad ia proportion to the whole country. The PresMeat bas esMbtted great seeacity in cntutoctiar this acettoatioB with Mexico, and Mr. McLane has deae his part of the ta bor with aa ahilitT rare luetr oar rapreseota fe to tbe Spanish-America n republic. White the path of material nroBrity ha been op-n4 to another of our risen States at, h Pciac, tbe joatens tusceptibilttiee of Mexico bare not ben wonndd. E more than this bat bra dua. Tb iedeate policy of Mr. BorheBaa has pmrd to the rntrerButat and people of Mexico that we has no ambitions desire to take adwaa nce of the present dltneuHiet ttat ineerre tfaat repubeie to depell tt ef its territory and tt righ. Had aarb a ditpostion an'mat'd hi rorernownt, nothing could bate been eier tb'n for tt to bare found a pretext aad o hT tfcn potttssisa of wbatoter it atay have deird. Tbe money tbal w-ll accrue te Mxico from th w treaty will seenre tbe triumrh ef the i nutKutiul rovernmeat tbefe, and p'tce PreWt Juerex rn a short time In the eap'tal. This wil smiW Mextsn to carry out the iudi pi nas reform that hate hn iuiMataid at Vers Cruc, and tt its ivrrmea'nt puresri a wlte CMrteKwMI brifHtabent the nesBMnsat - tabfithmeat of peace and order there. Chat JUilboab Mcstirc at Maaien to Meaaow. Hon. R. G. Psyae will be esc nf the tteakert at the meettmr at Mnriea. All " err hetrd this eloasitat rent 1 man think him one of the meet erctre aad etmpeat men tn tn sat. Ge. Joe, we are author tied to aay, ari l bo prseent, if km hearth wip permit, and Address he mtettar. Ia bona a timet er ef ear eWiens wflt attend, CbWt' ferry boat trffl leave tbe Uudrur; at 10) o'clock . dace vjrittng tbs fantcotag, II ta. Jure. Cteaen hat contented to attend, and wiH also ask a speecai. There baa beta ae retlread meetiBg reentry where soch a rambiBtttoa of tattats were ia atitpdanc. and we sseeak a large gatberiac. The awed seoste f Crit. tnn cmnty wM, -we arc sure, prerlde atapl- refrtthmt da. fr" Tbeeeod neopl ef -St. Aaubeny or Hartncarnod dealer snert ewa preB-sedbo)- v c'l', ct np br one Wiltott. who was tofctbranaut in W. aaeiaied br Angus. taC efuttoftbSt. ABtbenr AW Auja- SfWw,' ,Ui- witlwir to to the tnfr tttpg, seed n rnritatton ton rouse w'b Um ondriund, acceptrd. A aentimn'al youag 'naMeman uil H nVterminattoB, adeWd her' we Unamag line.- - " Vwn, - - - T . MmMlellelitwkU, . an) arettir l, ro'j Mr'er dctoead. " JtoWt(eiMt.i(M, t sit mmi sir By tome means or other th ifco.. uu. ui ubder tbe ey of anotbr geaietaee lihsd eta "likea book," and whi a once pat the fmteb ac touch apn tbeoi,thua. "J"' e-aw'en , Ijjii It r m rw "J t" "t n roc -V n W' c ti yawp! tr. '.mu'iK'BH V aiortuiuIy. for it,, Juuifi U4v-Elrleou w not g up. tiibmJiodkt VEBSon rArtsns. SKVTBf cnrnctL rMXaaciuw and iKcawt.vrt. ik THE UrT Or WASHlNOTOr. ar EBWAUB IXXSETT "Tbe BexrHt af a ProvtdentHllnteTpo- sKhw In tbe Life of Washington, w wotcu i Ku iU tnnlr nite ltro vein Uter. IB nitoit tn Veunra. -utrfeh I xsestioned in ay last Twmber.was Bsdertaken byarctieo of tbe Governor of Vlrrlnla. for tbe purpose of nscertalDtng tbe strength ef tbe French on toe North-western frontier, and tbtr probablt de t'rat in that quarter. Tbe fonowing year, f 17W, ihoogh the war was sot declared In fenropaUM lTM.a amaH ailttary force was tent in that direcUon, under Colonel Watblng ton, wbicb, after eotae partial suecess, was forced by the grea ly superior foj of tbe y t. a aAahu,af Ir let tatsvA- enemy, to a aistiuwu - k 4h. iuitiiH a a strlkinc oine!. deace, that ba wit compelled, snder mbKuU tioa, to erteaate "Fort Nes.ltr, (so called o iodicate the ttrMa to which be was re duced.) on tbe 4tti or July. im h rt.rrd. rendered, and In no ". deree by his inettlmtbl serrtcos, foTr memora ble in tbe annalt of AmTtea. wtcn were tue eeurare, skill and enenry disriayod by tb reuthful commander in these trying scn, that be came out of tbe campaien, not only without reproach but with enhanced rcpeta The fotlowrng year tbe great enVt was made be the mo'bsr country to repair taw nisi'rs nf 1TS1. aad to ecure an asoeodencr e tb banks of tbe Ohio for this was the limit ef J.B1a. American amhtioa before the set reare war. The wiMt Imtelna'ton had not ret rratpeJtblrbtydoaairwMehlreeb wetward 'o the peaeerul oct" todtfa tettinr un. Early fn nrtng or irao, two ren uent of remlar Brltith troops, eemmanded br General Braddoek, a brave and experienced osucer, but arrorant ptssteuate, and setf-wiH. ed, arrived In Virginia, and wr moved west ward toward tb passes through the Alle-ba-nies. Cohal Washington bad retired from the army, dicuted br tb varulaUo, which ave precedence to tbe cfic-rn holding andr the roral commission, over their seniors of th same nek to th provincial tMviee, rbu pia rine htm under tbos whomhtbsjdeomeaanded In tb fomer campaira. Mueneed, however, br stronr attraction toward m'litarr lift, and animated br f 'treat patriotic xetl. be eeep' d the invitation of Gral Beaddoek. (to vnomb had bo made knows br reputation. roe orbrer of tb rreatt exprtnce ad htaMr in the nroeincia! service.) to join hi lailHarr fUeavVr as a vnlotrVer uM. On th naeenathreacb tb mountains. Colonel Wnsb ntliarna attacked by a tevr, with such violefe, thst 'be rorpoa was altrmed fo his We, and tbe general re,eird Mm to fail baek upon the reserv. which ws procdieie lowly wsth the baggage and heavy. aiUHerr. To this Washincton consenied only on condi tion that be should be allowed to join tb mair body before an engagement. Placed undrrth esre of tb Burr in a wag n, reduced br disease and euamriac from tbe unetay motto of tbe vehicle, ha remained with the reserve two week, and was only able to return lo bead quarters oa tha 8th of July, tbe eve of tbe battle of tbe Monencabela, a day diaw trout beyond aH others in the annals of America. Weak and exhausted, but stronr in tbe spirit. Wathinetoa mounted bis horse the following dar. He wa often beard to oar in after life " That tbe most beautifnl spectacle be bad ever beheld was the displar of the British tvooptsM this eveeUnl marrtag. Every man was neatly drtasad la full uniform, tb soldier were arragned ha coiumn, and marched in ex act acaez, the son gleamed from tbtr bur nished anas, the river flowed tranqqillv on h-tr riefat, aad the deep forest overshadowed tbem with Boletus grandeur on tbe left." The arnir Teas es than fifteen miles of For D'luuesne ( Paatburg.) aad coabdaatly expect ed to eflect lis reduction in ine course 01 ine day. Waehineteu. tboucfa but oae nicbt in camp. bad in rain kesemcM General Braddoek to ac- cpt the pebred aid of the rriendlr Indians, and emptor tbem in raconnoiterinc tbe broken and wooded regies through wbicb the army was to pass, en eh war to He destlaation. Th advice wae disdainfully rejected by ibe G neral, wbu placed foil reliance on the dis cipline and s'eadines of King's troops. Un h apply be knew the game of war only a it wa practiced in those days by rates of art, with the remlaritr of a chss board. Tbe ter- ifie tactics cf the wilderness ; the ersek of the rifle from tbe rsrvieibl foe ; tbe fearful wsr wbeopt the steatrhv savage creeping oo hi bTiy tbrouch the thicket up to the saddl Tilths of bis startled enesny: th gleaming calpinr knife ; and tbe fict of these nnexpe ienced horreie en the hntrina ion of Euro pean tree t wore uakaown to him. His armv. m maeniiicent array aad in order of battle had ia the course ef tbe mornirr; crowed tb wnding stream twice without accident, ard 'be advance under Col. Gee. (afterward tb 'art Colonial Governor' Maesacbnsetta.) was ascendtor: tbe hrat elevation above tbe meadow wben a sharp volley from an U'seen enemy in the wood was board. Presently a beavy dis charge followed ia frost and on tbe flanks ; the advanced nartr a dismay fell back on the main body h adenine up to their relief ; a force of two hundred trench and six nondr inoian (etmbers far inferior to thne of tbe British army) msbed from the thicket ; tbe dismayed eenUr' fired at random on friend nnd foe ; and tfter a wild and murderous conflict of three bo'ir. fled panic-stricken from tbe field of twucbter. WaahiaetoB was to the thickest of this taurderoas action, cewiuctinr h;melf. accord ug te lb ttitoy nf a bro'br eflieer, wi h "be rieatiat con-are and retrnSrHen." Hi feltow aid. CBtaia Orme and Morris, were j.jui.j t trffr-TrniB aadLJut nahr rt muvnvur vv,emtery aaCTWaei -wkpi owius!- chief. " I expeted every iBOmcnt' said Dr. Craik.his fnnd aad nbveirinn. "to see him fall.' Of eirby-tx ofacer in the engage- tweaty-six were kifled and thirty-seven ana or tae private, about twrtre nuaared ia nomner. the killed and weuadd vmounted to seven haidrd and fonrtn. If ihee numliers, augmented in proportion to b site of the nrttiee. are applied to the losses S'm'.ained in tbe recent oprments In u bardr. it wilt b hnmdiattr nreeired that. in the munhr at the killed and wounded, the battles of at areata aad SohTeriao do not com pere with th ever memorable battle eat tbe Mononcahela. WaeMarton waa not merely expoatd to wha' may be called 'he ordinary and nnsvoid ibV daacert ef each a day. hut to p -task, (a af er warns appeared ia a verr extraordinary mvn er.) most imminent and peculiar. In tb year ITU. ia remnant- frith Ms friend, Or. Craik, br descended tbe Ohio on a tour of ubau -taon a far aa tbe great Kanawha, and there b incident occurred, avouched br Br. Craik, which I rive tn the mngntge ef Mr. Irving : "Here Waehineton wa visited by a a old Sacbeai, who approached him with great reverence, at tbe bend of several ef bis tribe, and addressed bim thronch Nicholson, the in terpreter. He had beard, he said, of bis being ia that part of the country, and had come from a great distance to see bim. Oa further dKs course, th Sachem made known that he was eae ef the warriors in the service of the French, who lar in ambush on the banka of the Mooonrabeta. aad wreucbt such barec in aVaddoek'a army. He declared that he and ba jetmc men h d tingled ent Waehiactoa, as be .Brtde Meet -if ciateaBB. ridinr abeat tbe field of battle with tbe reoeral's orders, and fi'ed at bim repeatedly, but without suc- rest ; wnenee tney coociuil net be was un der the p-otection of tbe Great Spirit, that be had a charmed Kte, and could sot be stai n in battl." Wavbinrto-4uiaweif,a'.tbttoe, wasaot un aware of 'be danger to which he waa exposed. Bor of the Pnwer br wMch it was averted. In a letter to hi brotber, be say, " By the all- powerful dtp laiatluaa of lYovMence. I nave been protected beroad all human probability and expectation ; for I had four ballets tbroaib my con .and two horses shot under me. yet I escaped unhurt, although death was levelrinr say compact .ns on every side." ills remtrk l ble preservation, tbroucfc the daugers ef this dreadful dar, attracted areaeral notice, and Dr. Davie, ef VirgiBle, tfterwtrd' President ef Princetoa College, to a discourse a few week afterwards, before a volunteer companr ef Haaortr -ouaty, alluded to "that heroic youth Cel. Washington, whom I cannot but hope Providence ba hitherto preserved in so signal a mannerf-r aonts hnnortant service to bis country. It is dou'tf l if a nitre human prrdietioe, iaaptred by earhrpromb-e, waa ever so remarkably fa'filled in after life. It ia one of these striking es where tbe foreeirbt of a wise toaa become prophecy. The erpe-tit'eo under BradeVk was tb mt formidaWe which bad ever born, at any time, undertaken in British America, and it result spread dis may torougbont the continent. It furnishes a btnse-t s'gnal iltustratien of the paralyzing pow er ramc, 10 vrnicn 1 nave alluded in a for mer number of these psr.-; and I' brought dawn upon tb iTI -fated CommaBdra rrave the bitterest reproaches ef bU GovrBmeat aad the country. Washi-toB aleie, ef all in can asscuous rstisns, cam out of the havoc of tbe lay, not only with aatarnisbrd but with en baneed honor; and a reverent anticipation, a we hare seen, of aomemomentnous ronneerme aetwraa bis career and a fortune of tbe country, took possession of tbe public mind. It is impevMeto wttbhoht aseertfrom tbe re fleettensef Mr. Sparks: "CoBtrary to hi witl.t sara tht. judicious writer, "and la spHe of bis efforts, be bad zither rd laarets from tbe defeat and. ruin of others. Had the expedition been successful these laerelt would bar adorned tb brow of hit wrpe-ioni. K leJtbl bare been said of him. thai be done bis doty, and acquitted biawelf heeerahlyf be be could set have been tbe prominent aad siarie ohjeet of public rerard ; nor eentd be, bya tnagseriea of common even's, bar risen to so high an eminence, er areuird 'a to wide sphere, the admiration and con fidaeenf tbe pnl. For himlf, for bh couatr' and manktad, therefore, this catt it re sac, in appearance jo calam tous a-d so d ly def-Joret t Hie time, then Id unquestionabtr b tonsidored a a wise and benifieent ditpea tatiea of Provideoce. In a career like Wasbinr'on' here i ca- anrMiinrthet can be called private life; his domtsrJc relation er-tt connect thenme'r with the puMie inierests. The year after Bvaddeek'a dtent. Colonel Wahnaten went toBsiion wfhtwe bro'ber ofllcers, from Isit post oa tb Virginia and Marilacd frontier, to take ibe decmiea of Gevrmor Stanley, the recently appeiatsd Co-amander-ir-Chief in all the royal fore en th eow tejrt, en the rm tkaM af precedence tetweea the Crown and Provincial oeScen, which coa'tnaatly embar rassed the rrvie. Goior and returning, be wa th roeet at Ne-ir York of an early friead and scboel-saate, Beverler Kobion, sua of Oetonei John Itobinton. the SpakT of tbe Ilouee of Bsvgeeses af Virginia, wbone ha oar compliaent la Waeblnrton't mrlesty la so well known. Mr. Beverly Robin'OB bad late ly married one ef tb Btecet aad beiresset ef Mr. Adoinbn PMIipse, n great land -bolder, wbete raanor-beuse i atill to be teen on tb banks of tbe Hudson. In the fami'y circle of Mr. and Mrs. Robinson. Washington formed the aequaiataBC ef her ie'cr, Slary Pbilipse, a young lady-" nhoee peraonai attraction, aecordHtc- ttf Mr. Irving, " arc said to have equalled her jruuted wealth That 'be watrTprfl admirer of tU lady it an bis- lerrcu tun ; war tw seuaTiit ner band and was re.s4radloa n very ftababU" un pa-c wmtzm wm mm r ura stutil ward, aad Captain Jlarri, hi hcother aid-de- "r - " "oaouraaeia, e- criHatft rlraL . i&eae facta areuaaatly wiidlutisd eulr at a persooal anecdote ef no tfreat tinsmrtanee fa the life of Washington : but It would not be extravagant te ascribe to tbem an Importance, net to say deeitive connection, with bit sabte- ? seat career. At that time no thought of the a'ure wrenet of America and of ber eonfiic'a with tbe Mother Cosntry bad entered tht nlnds of men. Washington bad been tbs as sodat and waa th friend of many officer in the royal service ; be desired and se-icht em- ptsrment in it mtaseir. ia bo part or roe British dora'ntons wis the tcntjmest of leys! tymore cherished than in ibete trantaMan'lc colonies. If, the., at the age of twenty-five, witb tbese predlspositloni, be bad formed a matrimonial connection, sscb at that In qacs tion, with a ltdv of great peraonai attractions and wealth, already connected by raarriace witb a friend of bia youth, Is it a reproach to bis memory to say, that be , too, like bis suc cessful rlrs.1, might bare adhered to tb royal cause and have been lost to America ? That like bim wben tb appeal was made to arms, he raUht have gens "horn" to England? There tbe lady, I belleve.diedaslateaslSzS, hivinr Hved to teethe younger eficer, ber ad rsirer In yontti, become the rvrat trader of tbe American Revolution, tbe first PretMent of tbe Uttej States, aad to survive him twenty-five years. WilWstirl tinlstiss tttafu tramllr. aowks' nf e u-,.s !-. la He ent i Uinr bx otruan Waskltoa srrlliaats. fUmi uteetr tMs l vatatel -rk, no bsh iinsaHsu tswril r tn "Mk -T WMttlMt-a. wliwot f ! thalf trMer th Meliesl t4ral- to Xr. Sottts A verr lunMW wu M BeaoOvu't Ktseiltlso b W1k 9r enl. K tpftc mm tltMktttM X as Vrau-s-tvaaU HUlertasI Iwitjr. i,.-5T iinrus of iiohacii -tiAnr. The second day of Aueust. 19S9. was the last day for Horace Mann. Until thn there bd ben aray of nope falltoeupon the faces of those around him hope that tbe pert eaten svmptotns miffat pass awar 'bit jwla and aenerinr mhrht ceate and tbe strength ef tb prostrale ear acaln revive. But who can fathom the mvstertous shadow of fate? Who can penetrate Ibe dtrb vales of destiny ? Who can survey Ibe ways of provi dence, and then return ta iBform us of what l's b'vood our view? Tbe pal spectre of tb Past bad been some time unrolling bis mistry parebment of departed great ones, and was pnt tben dipninr bis pen to record aeattber aame. Er the t-i set It as registered. Few en tbt roll are more worthy of es'eem. It was moraintr beautiful mernlag oat id oue of the fairest of th tnmmer. Tbe nu was ebinimr nriehllr. Tb atr was pure and braelmr. There lar ibe ohj-ct ef all anv le'r, on a broad bed aar tbe centrof a lar; room. It was a sou'hw co-nv room,ln tb cAndlorr of bslitar-ehoseB Ohio bom. Free b bM where h lar v could look brotrh the wiadow south art.! weot, and . at a gBe. the Coileco and th fr-awav for t. On nine hi eyt a moment be nM : "What a b-autlful morn'oe! and how zr'c fi'lv th trees are bndlng vend f Ala, they wi'I aerer bead far him a-aio ! Tbe h-it-ers were soon partKHy closed, to prevent the entrance of excessive "Hcht. There be lies, tranquil a th' d-r his ptst life nure at th moriinr a 'r hit future bright as tbe gtancing suo-neautsf The doctors dotpondiBglr wbinred tothoe ahbered anxiooslr around, "The fears we entertained last nirbt are confirmed the mora ine. We have done all that we eoald do. He can live hut a few boors lor-jer n Pale Hp quired, and tears feH in resnon to those despairing whispers. A sob and a irh mingled with tbe ieqsirv wbethr no other remdv, and no hope of reeovecr re mained. ' None,' was the resnootc ; " aooe." Ad how painfully emphatic the word then onnded, " rem ! " Ho Tcrnedv 1 No hop 1 Death is here even now; and bis ter touab'" wtUaooq still the Xsebl pnbrea of bim wbo lie e ajajetlr before ns. ' Hew am I Doctor? De rem tbiak I shall recover see ? Are tbe SYBtpterns fTeW ? " W tboucfat last nirbt," replied the Ttoetor, " tbal the disease rairU, perhaps, take a favor able turn; and indeed we bare all tbe time thought your recovery possible ; but " Mr. Mtnn'g eye carefully watched the face of the Doctor, while making tb forcrotrnr nswr, and wbn be hearted, be sternly said, " But unaff Don't beettate. Go on, Doctor: say what you were t-etnr to I " "I wiH leave Mrs. Mann to ear the rent." "No, Doctor, ear it rourself. If I am going to die, I would l!k to know it. I hare arrest many rWutrs lossv. and it will lake sometime to sayrneta,'' II waa tbn told that be could lire bat a few hour ror, and whatever be had to say must be said sne-dily. AH tbn Wt the room but hi wife end two roenteer sons, (tbe older on heinr abnt,) with whom b onverd fo narlr as hoar. II was perfect lr eaha, per- rectly f ee from all excitem. II scarcelr tb a'roded to his own snnVine; ; betrayed -srmptoma of fear no mlagivinr far tbe fuure : ner aav sotiertatien for tbe happiness of that future He itneke not of himself thoarbt not of himself. Hi care was for others bis anxietv was for others. He spoke con6dinclr, bnt firmir; and with that same weet voice, clear accnt, and metodion ea-de-ce with which be so often chartaed aad thrilted be scholar and th multitude. After harin riven hw nartiu; advice to ate familr and fbre or fssir of bis more i-omedlale friend and attendants, he seat for alt the tadeats who were remainin ha town. He spake wiflt etch our from three to five or six minutes. With oto few hi interviews were private, but to most of them be spoke so as to b heard br ere-al others. He rare to each of tbm such advlee a seemed appronrlat. On pat. slen dr tjdt wa advised te be nor erfot of his h-aHii e b'tb. to exerei, and to go mete in lively compter. Ano'ber one wbo teas mart-HThimlf awar ir too covtetant anniieathm. ws adr'sad to study with 1- 'nteneltr. "d tak more rec-e--tinn. Another one, whe ws tea to to open mankind, It should alwa vt b lBd"trtons ly used, but nvr was'ed " Another wa csnfinaM araint " arlesrtnr Ms anro-trt a'" n-iom o centre hsm.n To one be said. " H M vnur head clneer. Jt me , n-e more before I d'e. that mttrrmoeh brain that V-in full of etertritStr and fir ! Oh ! If I had po-e-'sed a bad tike that. I cottW bve ecnrlibd a far rreater aanouat of goealfor the bumsn race ! That brsia I capeMe of do in an !mms amonn of rood, or an im mense amo-n of ev l. Coasecrat H ! Cnnae cra'e It To one poor studest who had bp wmk'nr h's war th-ough roller, and bad ho--rowed smu aaoaer from hiss, be said. " Mr. Maaa wiH return veer Bate te vest. You need never rar l" Tn anoHter oae be said, " I have no neial advice to gir n Ton. Yon know It alreadr. You know whet is -ieht, and bare dt'ia'nd te -te it. Yen have made a arlorfoas b-irmlng. Yonr future sttec Is ahnot certain, A rood, solid, hottest. Indus trnu, h-oic r"tug man. Per a'eu ca- ptsrl.' fvrr itfenc rwpt'M ." I'rnoc ATaft- Corel sti !' ' lTOs ws auoteri each time Wth rreater emras. Afterward be cave the ranlHoo three times, and eaehfme wnmad- dttioual fe-re. " Go on a ytm bsve bee-trn. Go on et now rc aegnn .' Ontixt r just as tou havf bfgun 1 Xow trite toe a rood stout te er tit hm4 yew tire se; hand 1 frood-Viv ; jt c .'" A rtadeut whoaa he bad ant teea for mere than a rear, wa reeor- -ised and spoken ta a if be had been an every In this msnner be spoke wtfi thtrtr-five nc fortr persons .csriiiitg som poln in thir part hiotory. and pointine out to each oae be nropr line of conduct for the fntue pea's mr, where praisewas due, and warn nr. whre warnine was Bcsary. He made many rm'rks that can nrr b feaTaen br thos who h-ard them. I shall alirars raaam or nje imemv-n : -iwcmicttioi datvvavs be Truth. Duty. God. Man !" "Great talents. wihout mral worth, are oft entire a teaur-e, a peelilcBc. a rdartie to Ibe race I" " Hon esty is c.teapei "ban dMionestr,rnf w viw it onlr as a matter of erouam: " Foilo- Cbrist. He wa a shinin: example.' "Lov aad ebaritr ran acctunph ntftrethan power." He closed his retea'k to eaeh one bramfld ad rentl't'ieed tft," and a ricornu rrasp or rne Band, iaa hand was cold, and the nerve unsteady ; bat the grasn wa firm and vigneens even to tbe laet lit weeds) were aleely chosea, slowing, earnest and fervent. and spoken witb mueb empbast. Several tims bis werdine were McocapAoW by the nplifted riefat hand and imprestre rertnres. Svral tit be bah arose from h: bed to embrace hi friend and render hi words more emphatic, A brnw wa sung, after which Mr. Main said, " Now let some eae make a short prayer, a dtmful, snUut prayer. Th prayer wa made, it seemed to cheer aad solace bia. Oh. H is a std. a nwoaa. a eon. seline, an imprenrtre tdch', to seen trulr rraat man die. I Sd. beeaas the world hi de prlved of his worth ; jorons, beeane he meet aim D-th ae bravelv ; coMWiinr to bear SJllasri ntVMI the a-ooo aojt ft i i ii sJ so'eosn, to bear such noble advice com lag frost tbe verre of the tomb. By thi tim K was near twelve erledr. lie was exhausted. Bat knewintT that other friends were wartinr, and sent (hi elder sou among them) were expected on the after Boon train, h aaid : "Now let me reat a little whe. Per haps I may gather rsore strength, and them .ill by and r-y." Soon after tbts, one who bid formerly beeo a Professor with him in the Col lece arrived at the door, aad aeked of Mm. ataas peraatsHon to apeak wi'b Dim. Mr. Mann replied. " Net now. I will rest a while. and tbn be may come and see me." For near ly five hours after this be remained speech lee. H i raaeieaaace wa trasquil, tboucfa pale as the moos beam. Perhaps recelteetioB was celling choice flewerx from the garden ef ibe past And we think so too, becanse bright shadows passed over bis face, aad Jar seemed to ItW'en bit brew. A sweet tmilt ntarrd apen bis lip. And when bis eyes opened, there was mat artta, ancenc glow of eesscieu inno- eeMM In i bean, which recalls to mind our owb idealtof tb choaea just But tbe last ana. for hi, was declining in the West. The lavtbenrs wereweariatraway. The last sand were dropping from Ifae dial. The dark flood wa near at basal, and the fer ry s-sn wa coming. Hi saewt sails are gleaming en th mis' v vrates, aad be wilt soon bear a bright spirit beyead the glowing billow. Tb steeper turn quietly over ; hit lips move that sweet ytucc Is iMord, faiBtty. aad far tb last time ; and these are tb ward it speaks: " Now I will bU you all rood nlchr." Soon tbe shades jrf tbe dark flood passed irsr his brow; tbs lt breath wa drawn; sad that great beat forever "ceased Its' beating. The pal ftrryaas, atandtag apon tbe prow of the mystic boat, seized the departing spirit, and bore it away over the flood, to tb fur awv shore. Horace Mann Is amoac the brlrht oae in 'be lend of rest, Wc shall srehi-a nob-ore. Hi voice Is rilent'at the Past. It can thrTI rati'l pulses rerer again. Ud, gav, goo' Beaac eternal pcact to bis Bobtoabta. if-rt bia wotda will leave aa ar at wr-nit (Ms wflt Kve may bare a n-vMD;. His while eiriliiatir-n Kves. And h a heroic and reeereut actowill be Teraent ered as long aa uerotsm asm grasay snail nave lover aad a friend. His proadest monument. Two day after bis death be waa buried Is the Colter rrouncU. One hundred of lb stn. dents came te take a Jtjoot-jpon the faec of mm sneyuau tovsa and enensbed. It was a rainy day. Tbe stud, at were in avau-nlar. Tbe College was dressed In monrnlDg. Asd nature seemed te mourn in cent-eon witb ns alt, for ber most obedient see. A brraa wit sobt by tbe CoHege ccdrj a prayer was 'utede by ReT. II. R. Nyer a few rsataiks baatily written, were lend by Her. Ely Fay- and tben be teas earried to hi pats, and eerered aver witb uafreiing earth, in will be Btaaehed when the etndenti shall baa tor-ied. Perbepie well be dattnterred, by ami bjft Jtd Tr-bjufed In Ms owe marble tomb With h's former wife. As ye abr testa aloar, In Prondencc, Rliode ItUnd. Tbes'udenta of ma-, uum at aiaaumsat. at be firm as bra uteciplta t princlniet and atom aad bea ple be bas left behind bim. J.et that Bwnnntrnt were, lefty a bit t'fal aa tlieexampl W. O. 8IIERW1N. Stl.XDAV ITI8.US. CoMvicTtB run Maasnno. The Rev. J. W. Ricks, of Placer eoua'y, Calif or all. has bttn ceericted aad fiaust fits bandrtd dollar t for marrriag Mis E. McDonaW to Jobs Hale, without the coastat af ber parents, the being under age. Wo VLB Hath en Go. Met. Mr. , an eccentric Breocher la Mich Iran, wa haMine? forth not long aiace in Detroit. A young man arose to go oat, when th praebr tald : " Young man, if you bad rather go to bell than bear -ae preach, you may go 1" The slnstr stopped and rrsWtad a msmtnt, and saying respectfully, " Wttl, I beliere I would" west on, Tbash Scntion. W have beard ef a dys peptic elerrfnan, who, after a lonr eoafin mro', conclodtd to try a a erperlsaeul of p-rarti-Ing one more; and be areordiBrlr delivered three ditcoatf ta en lav, of an bettr eaeh. Upon bit return to tbe beuse,b told tilt Bre servant that b fH be'ter for preach ng. The servant rep'led " I thotn-bt yea wou'd.masta, to get so mack trash oat your 'aeb.n Bituor er MinuxtoTA. Tbe Kr. Henry B Vblpplc, of rblcsro. baa been elected Bltbep ef tbe Iretettaat Kpicopsl Chsrch In Minnesota. Mr. Wnlp-4 i a native of Ad IH, J0arsoa eou-itr. New York, and he will e thyoaBcet Bishop of the Eueicenarcbu'eh in tbe Uitted S-ato. He we urigically du eated for a mefcnrll lif. AeT his ordlna tion he became Rector of Z OB Cfaurcb, Rom, New York, and ta bow R-ctor of tbe Heir Communion, Chicago. Hi view ar liberal. G"D oa Mammom. Tbe German Eraaceli cal JJt'beraB M aieterium of PBraylraBla and adjacent State, held reeen'ly at Lebanon. Pa., took aetioa ia tb est of tbe Hon. Rev. Jere miah Shindl, State Senator from tbe Lebich District. A series of resolutions, reported by a committee, was adopted, tbe nnbjet of wbicb was about as follows : "Tbe Syaod consider ed the toldtnr of poll'kal ofllee incompatible with that of clerical. He it requested to re si -n bfs asat in tb Ssaate withla thirty day of bis reception of the action of th Syaod ; if be dees net see fit te de e, be I then to restrn tbe minrtrr" There are in ib United State B00 Baptist associations, It-ldS ehnreb, 7 S0 erdamed mittWer, 1.035 lieentia'e. 991MI coufauui cauts. and 'he number hak taed In IAS) wa fi0fi arly atte hundred tbooeand bap ims, aad a little mm than a million of members. Tbese are nauts for which entire accuracy cannot be emlatsd, but they may be accepted a tbe rVvasot approximation to accuracy, and more likely to be loo low than too bleb. The largest number of Baptist reported f'om any e aat is v rjnnis to 140. mere ar thirty-three reUges, ftaureea th'elorical sem iBaries, twity-aiBe weeklr new papers, sir teen monthlies, two quarterlies, ia the United Spates, tbat depend on napttets lor aupporx ; tdxtr-fnnr new church edhV-e were erected in t8S6; 3S sew churches were ecomtJtutedr'aad 3M minister ordained. Vat long ato, what tbe E-urlbm papora call "rifl me otter." was hld nt Rlehwosd, ia Yorkshire. Tbe Rev. Mr. Dupret wss pres ent, aad startled 'he a ssembUtre by teeoadlat: a rssslatioB o th effect that " it wa expe dient to form a rifle comp inr at oace." Th r Rev. Mr. Fosherr, at Rxdinr, went further. He bxtrodecd at a "rifle inert! "g," in that town, a resolution to the immediate formation et a rifle cempiBv. The Rev. Mr. Emery ap peared at a tarrt-drill of the aewir formed rifltaeu, at Cambridge, and seat a letter to a distincnisbed discipiinariaB ef th military cbeoi at Hrtbe, to dipatch oae ef bia popilt to put tbe corps three h the necessary exer cise as peon a possible. And, tbe Oxford professors and clerrv strenuously advocated tbe abotittoB of ll University rules prohibit ing students from armiag themselves a ra em bers of military companies. EqcAL Jpstice to Max aud Woman. E. II. Chapln, in a recent disco-ire, said : Tbe refined woman recoil with virtuous scorn from ber faltea sister, bat often welcome bim by whom be Ml. We are told that Chrit said to the wostaa accars, " H that ( wi'bont sis amnnr yon, let bim cast tbe fiert tone f bnt, smitten br conscience, they went ont ob by one. And who is not in some way allied to till great guilt? The fct of com mon weakness should at least make as rneret fut. It I not roat that upon tbe wetaaa aloae. tboold fall the blot ef aha sae. The text Is a sreat lesooo of charity ad asrcr, and it ia a rreat lesson of j-artice also There hi neither justice, honor, nor delicacy in ear moiiira cus tom, which sparsely frown upon tbe guilty man, while pouring out all tbe vial of wrath upon the guilty woman. Itjmay er mar not be trae, a some insist upon it, that this foul caBcer in society can never ba eradicated; but we oucbt at leart to insist that th tdnaine man shall be braaded at deeply as the siaaing woman. Suppose every guilty man bar the mark of aha as in hi fac. ia the market, or at ehnreb, bow long would tbe evil eeathn ? Bat tb ateanae of man has thrust th whole shame apon irtata. Cheat Rbusion The Presbyterian Beu r tha discourse apoa tbe subject af " Cheap Relliien," ia reply to a eotempeaary who sneers at economy ia church matter : Reason and common sens sbon'd prevail in relirion. Churches should be com rood ions. neat, cotTtaee)alBg i h the abiUtv of 'b people. Let tb church edifice b saiSBeintly Urge, comrortani. ib rood ttc, lu good re. nalr a'war. a chs' ora-tnt to the neirh. Horhoot. Cbstch should be dwrlttsar fi for God' own ehiMreB. a 'anted to tb emotion of should not be tta'sunu la t Isir deS should not be encumbered with debt ; should not so absorb a people's mean as to p-ecut them from corttrrbutingtothe p-opr stmteata tioo of their pastor, and to the aid of tbe poor. and to o neat oe and mission, a wbo trill plead the'r larrc doaatioas towards a -pleudid church for tbemseive, pi sad their exhaust ions by this nteaas, or a church debt voluntarily incurred, a a reason for small een trihatieas to bavotoc, are just as hies on ib ibetr ma, as a-e tboa wtto ptetesel pla n- Be aad ecanoaar me-'y to sars tbeir own poexet. tfotn classes rob " Uod." Good men will de nei'her tbe saw thing nor tbe ottsr. ltwy will be Itborat tetrard the sanctuary, they will rststain their paster well, and tbey will not be nirxardly ia their baev- nuce. A rood and wise seepl will hi all thinen do aeeorttinr to the ability that the Lord riveth : and will see that their eonatiooa are affective to the accomnliafainr of tbe end dslrned. While there are almost m tri ads of tb poor and uneducated, aad while the worm nas tts Bunureos or mnnon or seamen. perisblnc for want af misrtonarie. it is no time for Christian, rich or poor, to exp-ad ittetr money rot mat wnicn proatets While there are such deetitatie-M and such wants, lt ChristiaM eotae is Bar a noselble to 'be Master's precept aad to apoetoHc ram- pt. in making religion cheap and its utterers eaTertire ; so that its sp-ead stay be the store extensive. TDtat snail we respoun ta an prayer, " iny xtugaom come. KsBsaa. wilh ber present bounds riee, will make a State more than twice aa large as unit. Pircolotaini roes to Russia this wiater at a Urge&cure. LHbernp! The President has accepted the reeirsuition of Hn. Thomas A. Hendrickt, Commissioatr of the Genera 1 Land OaWe, who is now a can didate for the Generaeteriat aaatlaatieB ia I- diana. A man br tbe Bats of Mulhorhiud has been arreted ia Nw York en lotplcioe of beiag concenied in tbe murder or aw n aB. The riebth tolBme of Bancroft! History of tbe United State will be MbttsrW in a few week, including lb perltsl eltprtng from Ibe battle of Banker Hill to tbe final tigning of tbe JJeeiaration or iBdepen ence. There wa lately oa exhibit iea at Shiner, Australia, a set or Berne sttos iast of native cold, weitrhlor twenty-four ounce, aad worth about $600. Ther were mad far a f recite poay Ib New South Wale. Wben a younr man steals a kuts from a Lowell rirl, she blushes like a sew Mewa re. and says smartly : " Yoa daren't do that twice ir. The Ho' ob xirJs he'd still USUI ther are welt kted. when they flare up all atanae, and aav: "I should tfaUk yoa- weukl be ashatsed." Dr. Dicksoa. of LoadoB, wba was fut urn ly a medical oancer ia tbe Britih armv, disap-p-ev ef bleediac In cases af ssnsstrehe, bat rdles oa aaatoBla, quiaine, and alcoholic ttlm- uaau, aad to prompt appucarion ac m water to tbe bead. Aa emirrant. wrilin from the Bur Sand. Oreron, save that the trade la yoenc ladian girls is aa brisk ia that rerlen a tramc ia Cir- cassiaB beauties ia Cons' antinopl. The price of tbe youag savages varies front $-10 to IM. A lock-maker of Germ Mr bas iaveated a lock witheat aar ksy-hase at aH, aad which even tbe owner himself eaaaot open A clock it attached to it, and tbe bait of tbe leek can be drawn baek at aay list tbe owner withes, by his setters; th machinery la a parties Ur aucner the moment at which the bolt will sttde being of course only knowa to tbe owner bl-nseK. A Tounr maa was drowned a short time aiaee Ib Shrewsbury take, Vl., whose body coaH Bet o 1 0041 ay ordinary mean ; a sjuanty ef quicksilver was put is a loaf of bread, which wss tbea thrown Into th lake. Tbe bread moved tlowty in a certain direction, against tbe wind, for some d-sance, snd tben stopped, and finally sunk. Th mppHnc hen were thrown where rt went doavB. aad the body was fouud, tb water being seventy feet deep. ' There is nethine maa is less able to rr BothiBg that man has less power to destroy, than those arlv imacs nitons left by a piost toother, and protected by the vague but lively charm of ehl'dhood's rec 'llc Ions for a cbhVI will twice doubt the mind of his fatbe blw he will eaee doubt tbe heart of hit mother. Ia th Tricolor cat Semis nr. conuetd with the Illinois State ijaiserrtty, are fourteen Scandinavian younr men, p-eparimg for tbe Lutheran ministry, via : un Dae, fir Swed, and eight IsccweiTiaB. Tbey ar under th narae or i-asor f rsnora. et T.i logy and Seaadiaavlaa laaguagsu aad litrra tare. The election in Maine for Gotaiai -mj K InMatnra toke place en Meaaaar. lb tkk Inst. The candidate for Qevraut an the R- publican ticket ta tit Hon. Lot M. Marrtll, ibe present Execadve. The candidate ef the Jtemeerats m Maaaeteh 11. &sub. tka -. rattenuB wbo has rue for Governor fur the last two rears oa tbe Destoeratie tibt E Where is Leaven? Plato psintt to tbt a lowy asmuvKs of eetd Utrmnu. isH san it ts there." SwtdMherg behelds spiritual pres ence in all apace, and aayt, fit's every where " Wafewor-h Uvea agala tbroegh Bis youth, and rspUes, " Heaven lie about n in ottr iBfancy." Sly tbe theolegiafi nnd poet. 1 tern from you aH. and ask the little hltad rlrl, and she resile ' Hearen i where Rod lt." Wbea raHwar wsre la their lufaur in Enel ind, it wa sutanosed that thev maU lo. jsrc the tttates taroa-h which or Bear which tbey raa. and the Kagtath CaWntt M nbtler, mr. MSDamerri naw, received taw ea-a-ptssatlenef SlSOGe fer a n Imaginary dtttl taent ef that sort. After Bis death. Mi too, finding that tbere waa no injury to the estate, but the contrary, refunded the $150,(XX. Aatioch wilt, sometime, build hi ffltmirn-lrt Tlie Entire Tlettrtief Ion of tbe Oily of llrxerootn, Th Eagllih pipers r'ceirtd by the .Vtna SBnonbce tbs en'lrs detlruction of the ancient city of Erzeroora, by renttltd shock of etr'b quaks,ttbln the last thre months. Thsfitst artfaauakt occurred on tb first of June, and a letter frets one of tha mitthmirlet ef tb Amerlcsn Board, received In Batten, gtrs a vivid description of tbs first great tbetk. lit tars: Tb first shock, which was not very severs, was felt about 8 o'clock a.m. Junsl, and at 10 o'clock, a. tt., ths foHowlnrdar, (Jans S,) cam the fearful rirthquik which tM to ra in SOOO bouses, nearlr drttroylng 1800 mere, snd injured soras 1200 o'liers; leavlnr (e conUnc to tb account of Turkish effklilt ) over 1300 bouses unharmed t but I do not bs lltv that tbere ais 100 boutet in Eneroom a sound as tbty were before th eartbejnxkt. Th shock was sot only felt throug- out tbt cltv. but Jo 'be rlllagH on th plain, and even at Hattan-Eallab, twenty mtlea te'b eatt. AccerJIng to offielit'reliirnt, 3S0 bodies hare been taken out from tb reiu. about 300 wounded, and H) are missing. The httvv shock, wbkb did tbe miscb'ef. It said to bars continued about eirht secendt, and It was fol lowed br tbree etbtrs, It 1 -vers; tbt same dty. Shocks, mors or Ws severe, were also felt st tatervala durlur eight centeeustvtdiys, sines which 'ber ba be perfect quiet, and tb work of baitdiag asd repalnsg I new ge iar on a rapldlv a penlble. The court of tb earthquake seems to bars followed tb direction of tb moun'al ranges, vis. : northeast and southwest, and the rreat et destruction wa la ibe uppr part ef tb cHv, or nearest tb foot of Ibe meuataia. Rsildiurs. fi-mlr eons'rue'ed. er newlr erect ed, were Injured comparatlvelr Hill, while o'hers br tbeir side wsre leveled wtta tne around. The Armenian, Papal, and ether churches, all ef which a'e In tbe lower part et tbe cltv, were bat slleblly damared, while mosques Ib other quarters wre badlr injured or ruined, and a large naavber of minarets were thrown down. It I a slngntarfaet that tbe dettruetien waa almost entirely confined to tbe Melm quar tera of Ibe city, and only twelve Christiana lest tbeir hves. N'on ef our Pro! est at frltud were injured, tboeb several barely escaped with life. On woman, sitter af oar nathrs preacher, B. Hohinnet, fcetine; the swarlneto andfre ef tbe bouse sizd br two ll'tlt chil dren and escaped la time to tee th roof and wall come down wtth a cratb, whre b bad bn simnr. Part of another hoes, adtetn ioc ours, wa r rushed, but nc en wa harmed. Th two m'ioo bouses were Injured, bnt Dot very seriously. The Vice-Pxeipkit at Ilitxoptsoxeii. We 6"d the annexed very brief ourln of th remtikl of Mr. Breekcnrdce at tbe Ktit-cky batberue. la a C nclnatl pence. H did Bet touch npin thos abstract and ret distraetiae qusiona er tbe car, wbicb eMewnere nave produced so mucti unBroararHe d'tcnisioa : " He ( Mr. B ) felt at theueh b wa a party in n-tnr tti's ovation, rather than reeeirine: tt. He had inst witnessed the Inansreratien of a Democratic Governor ; be bad seen tbe State naneed over 'o tne onir party eapsnieot man artnc it affairs with bonor, snd a grttran'r of the brirbest prosperitr. He wise-ratified to see tbe Democratic party erewned with sue. cess here amidst tb weeks that surrounded tt. "Since tbe davs of Ibe old Wbigpjrty.a party arttn a sound brain hot sot always rlent toe life of nber parties bad been abort. Its sac eeasors have breathed for a brief period a ad died our. tne oae wntcli bid mot been ran quished bad looked for a taomeBt upon ibe brirht world and died wilh a groan I Tbe track ef the Deaseeratic party was strews with the neck of ita opponents That party could pot die as tone as ths Ons'ltntloa should last ; It eoald pot die until Providence evoo'd dissolve tht National Confederacy I While one party bad come and eeae. Democra cy bad s'ood like a lirbt-beuse te tae rainner, a beacon to tbe wanderer to come in and And shelter under Its ample protection. It baa ita elements of Internal strife, but no party spread over tblrty-tfaree States could stand a unit, asd yt It possessed all tbe 1 1 stents of purine a. tion aad atresfth. A Paixcx Comiko. Let our best society re- flee : a rocs I prrnc is coeainr to Amrtea. Not a poverty stricken German or I'aliaR Tinee. but the beir apparent tn tbe crown nf Great B-iai. A dispatch from Canada, says that the Prince of Wals etar b expected to arrive at Quebec br tbe next C-nadian oceaa mail ateamer. If this is a eorct report, the prince is new en tbe eas, for tbe next Que bec temee. tbs Ocean Queen, sailed from L-verpool, Aurust li b, and will arrive ia four or bve days. Ine Uanadlans ar amonr me mort loyal of IHtlsh subjects, and they will, of conrs. give aa enthusiastic weleom to their Queen's son and future kinr. Wo prince reytl of Kaeland ha visited America since the Duke of Clarence, afterwards William IV- came on a man-of-war, in wbicb he was a mldsMp- BMB. SoceEtTtes rex Stcakex or the Ala bam a Lxexs -atuhc Capt. Thomas Irby of Dallas, A. B. Clitheral of Pickens, Hon. Da- rid Htbbard of LtwreMe Usury D. Smith of LtAaoWtiale. aad Tbe. II. Hebbt ef Lbs ettaae. are stmben of by their respective friend fer Speaker of IV House ef Representatives of toe Ataaaata bsgisiatare. Xuasar er Bbakb or Health. List sf to tersMats for the week ending Saturday, Sep tember 18, 183, at 6 o'clock, r. x.: Seett X Carter tea t vean. O O bact-r. TO ao. 4i,rrti,....h Ja Tsv, St ese, cstmaastM. ...)b Xeero maa. St veer. erMOSarr Cki4 etiUbsni Mrt AsrsvU Brric. resra, (- -uteriTu. . . -Ti j no c-srria. xa fears, 1 is samni tut Been J Suits. tB tws. Mrs. Joan Paris, veers, lipueiil lvT Chm I'Brt.m diaarsad Xe CuM, IS taat. jstmtrj sr Ci -llls. J 1l1. iejttatr.3titti Sea. .trhul Doxer. 'O maa; athraae. TIES V -T?cs.- 3 ISTkLTS U rears. Hi isulai I .tl - ass. B-raar Hartsaa, -isis as yvmrs, Tjperw isvr aji-s saw. v-usaacami. awsBau.asTt-a, u t iimi 1 E.hrtMb Isrl. Tt sly W.la lover. Trtt I !. c. x bout a son. Sat t Vrt aasr. tsH t rear ; disease, tttkiac... Stfe Saa u Ur, nrasu-r. S rears, wmti. . . .Sjrb Jos Mrs Ju Park. 1 rear. teeOuaf . W. B aatlTH, Btzaaa. Adnll'. 13 r-tlMreu. 1 Malt, lS-Pemalea, W Whil ts Blata, 1 TUal. X. w xircaux arrrHarr Bia-dar MeaSm. aTlcto tibfdiscmcnts Ml jUterHtmnU fir Ml-fpyMf sttwt Adnses tuet toe Uer1 4teic M .vaVerite-taeato puMislsd to lie neskty Jf fft are tkufti One Dtttmr fer sever r fir seen ls?rrus. JU tntMtaf tnrnuctab stool br merfcst fir tpecifled fist, n at ttaf tfiut merfeed, Me wtZi otergsd far one tares', end dffeWu-d rat cud ef faef ti me. On Tuesday, Sept. 20th, Om the jr &:. lift TWENTY LOTS, S7 1-1 Feet by VIS 1-2 Feet, in CtrccnIatT-M Addition. rpHiS istawtr tb aastt r,vrr-cr-rlc srlsas l sa civ. ae ts ru srorurr uaa tnttua-o ac r aaas an Ala a lot IB s klsk. aHby aituarias, Jaat sib I ar th corrorataou uurlts Sale aaatu, aad arliaut rusarve. Tsiau see H rasa; kallaue ae aa ta yaata. sall VOMeMKB-AT. tsPniSC t PI On J-ntitrtlrtv. Oi'ioncr 1st. on tlic Prcinitics, Wt s-tll tell TITO Hl'UXDRED AND FIFTY Al'RES OF LAM) SUBDIVIDED INTO LOTS OF FIFE X TEX ACHES. X mitot from XmhK u4 H kaarw-a m tW "WAEFIELTJ TEACT, Here ail! t a rkaocr ta sscsr a asltll Bulntwr L4iaar ikKtlik'ful aad saaMav aelsta.i' hand, in Ike muntrr- win b sot VERY LONG TIMK, Otv.B lb sett tt.ilsairr ta Mnatsal.. atiatisssa. Buiueat Sfe. flaiSsueit ae si tatus waa wtafe at bar a eaaatrr real I an vital sneea ar tar a-ia- - tort over a sr me seat naac was a. ia tas it a.analis- tjus sal rata will a raf ta a ft as tsepii xnrm an ar -agrnnn et on. WAKTED. irl HIsMtfch, aat ifcifty sir T art, Mpll ot ik" sbbvmC hmim mm trmrahf rtUsVitwi ia tka tilr. It is Mtastl WMmr r nim tw MiMiH rmjk f ib katu-m mmn a th city. mm4 hm a ffrw rnqoarp-a tryam the t4uo. Th HeaM M watt, mil th modr imm. auW tW w4 k ssaacstunniy wua sWaW'wr.r mm mmm u: mm4i MO.HiAxT prrai-r s. co. BUS NESS PR' PRTY. VB kaa4r4 aa Ckirtr test aa ASaaat atreta. 1 at TMr stnet trnb) ann a uMirtli aaaa ta salt saltaas. I .. or wua as aat altisi Iter, aa I.I BM tjnf feet T 4Mt ttat sa dial a wat ASatas aa Ttiir tare.. roRTT-THnas Aonns sa ta " at tii a wr deab-aal Base. Prla law, aai aaac Uaa Shelby Co. Farm, near Jlnn- IHtiSj inr sale. Rc-idcnccN, Lots, 6zc, near IUC IL.IIV. Tl8slssui. anil Ai'kansaii litaiuis, liuvrnvctt ami uiu Impvovr A, Vor ttalt;. ty- we will -ll oa tb osaal terma aav araxtta w BtaairTT at Aactloa Taaaeslrtnis tt kavioc Laaal .mitjlSmtBSaUvWee will siwsvs sea sa zssintu aaa i annul Bmiitui trvii SKaKSASjiAT, nrn-anx a co. HOKAHBAT, DUPRBE & CO., AIICTIOEERS, Comniissioii Merchants, tsn REAL-ESTATE AGENTS. TXTIS shall Uka aiaa..sla at aar Nw Stars irt V alv of Mbbtbi art. aaae Mala, aa tc aWaC tbe rsar teas tasata. w skan. aksM tae 1st at O.latil. tea la reseat at Irr Hoals arararles, H.r.,. Ba sa Stwes, Hsu, tt I . Bsiaai.ata recatar safe at least twtaa a wak J3- ws wui Mvsaet UtMsUf uaau att BM-tbasaas su la aa ty sfc.ll teo HMaeee a) (aala eta. Is ed tana. CJ-Awwaot s.ie, prompUystW!..! peaeeat, MHS. at unacted. W wtM ttf tratb sir fab aa eemsleu tauWaaaWa t aB t-Wnttf eat setts walk ibetr ka-tsasa. een ain-oAKTUT Bf-rnnaj . Tn V. saartasWer, at t. fltW HM aa obata. baMTatnsttsOiissisrt-Hi lanttacar a nt. reetar a Ik "- --- ul -- - Ciast I ay, H was , B.aili i TSju tbs tawttl slisii ka a m Wat stjaaae-ai t lesflaalttt'tr nVtrlir Kmcets7'e TTeacfeiir. rt. r Ur et ScBUmW. UAs S!m-1. J B VILLI! US, it-'t-xlt' sacreurr. $rlu pbtriisemcnts lOnt--S25 Itctvard. IHHrr M VrW. ,lt,f, f bal.aoattte ade.1, .!, IWae ta Mtrttt a tM sat tauat La. see Mtatta WaHb. aM faaa, K. It tlt, a. u. start nga.Matrra I wtn tts Dadar It ate e.r Ire lis wltf to mt sr it r II Ourttk.0. tea!-" junn KAUtnn. LIGHT GUARDS, ATTEXTIOXl rOJ tea t.nae aatMa4 ta ttaair st rr tr-aario at. .at la frtetet Vattarm J aaa,,. aifa. ins, at a s-atats r. Jt Wt ateet tc mt Cpllla, well -ii i. n. xiwpau. a. a. w ha ta M4tBisat so VMj. arctet, ta aH ti .issies, aar sata saa i i. bh i ii n 00., tetl- at m taw. BHr miarnat. JVotice. LXAlX t.H aa ts ter luk sf rttHlar at a. neaabtWa X.- tin: stessbt tka Vsrskaai Btaaa. Wt bast iaat rasalset a Isrta naarlataat a Saaaaat Wart, tuck at Batttss, Bedstead., TaMae, aitreta,Ofas sat, tar., 4t., wMtb we at d.i.flatJlaswH bw far i -a. X eta .aster ts Mala ttrttt a. O. O. ft I LB. Aisat. a. HiKsniw. srtlUaw STRAYED 0U STOLEN, Awaits Barbam Oaw, ttssitlil ksta. rttM tsr trap-- aad a bat aa a tslH Sa Ih, hru keaaded "T. " aa rteM bia. t wID la SI remit far ker JtTI Titos stpsia, -SII-l. Ostasr Ktakaart at. tad rraat K.w. DoBirablo Suburban Residence for Sale WE aSs (btt as Brat far sale a aw tad waB kaHt tw. .lair Best aat, asetalalax a saaiac aad as Itektral tad kaarr aev-t'tlis..l. Tka (at (taatt Baa- wt street set teat T ISO reel u a 9 Iaat aBer. TMl erl wtn k std vv ekvas. as Ik utr ds.tr as ta ase atar.r ta hi. ka.mtsa kw. sti votrsAunAT. ntrraxx a en. Residence on Avery Street for Sale Cheap. Wl ktve tar sst a ta-t rsaot aad enaafartaata dwfac ta i.vttv street, aesr r.aa. Tk kaa Is tw stsrt kith wHk tlx roofas, ssssais, frsat parsbe, kltckaB, temftU' -asta. esrrlsa-a basse, tukt. astl ktun. cHtera aaa wtn. Tk 1st la Its feet aa Aterv tr Ita feet da. Tk sraaadt artkettMliBi aat witb shrakker. skads aad rraH Ufs, tad, aB.titk sr. tats is aa tr tat saosi aetrrttt ptactt aasr m BBSrsn T.Bls sae I earth cash ar Bete at ataatvatrsl kt- aaa ia aa, twaaaantrea years wna tmerest. sepll BOXS'RKAT DCrKXC Js OO On Wcdncsdaj. September -t 1 81, at 1U O CIOCK. Oa tkt prtoUse, THIRTY BUILDING I0TS, QtWATfO m ta TUa IUet rUekrtkJ. arOiv KJ ll-nj AT'MI, M4 .a1Mtr tit TTlSf f Xl. JLUmm Hr if Jt to BcTrt a rhn IM tm m cf f tW eitf. Tift. -? .itaaa tfhi btUat tVO-s) tUkd w Jf ftM ftt. IMPfOtt 1-UI Paw4tlT. .aTstf tBiarart tWITI. thwH-ltf i tTlj Rtrvmtmnmtt tmnh4 wfc- wit ..t.M. rr. tf41 UOSSARRAT. DBTRIX Jt OO. SFRVIXT WASTED. TTfA'THD. Ntr0.ri. U Bim tw f MUf rn. r t vr i ?tcTf too ttrttc, cp at.. Fall Trade. 100 yjj1' ObaaisazT, t inoakia. MnTm If iHsraee Lard. ISO tkts Xstra aad si. r. Maur. Me aat. Oa , Uat,. aiaa. aatar, Valaas. Oae, Tea, Tkera, Clears, -araaaa,aUBt, was, Htaetes, em , ate Sartltakr J r. IRA.HX. aepll-wty X. 3& Ftaut Rw S. COOKE CItEiailTO.1, Last W Xee-eMt. Tasa. ItECCtTIXG, FORIVAUDI- AMD General Commission Merchant, NEW ORLEANS, LA. ftUMra lar tt aawebas t Oaada, stssty etecat- vy txiawisMiati ac nwai ear eaea sr rasas staal aril! rtcatn lyarlsl taeausa. teltm r. t ricaiiri nn. iamsil oilsixt, Lai at raia.kl. Tea Of MeauBMt Wholesale and Retail Drnlsts, LL tffMhil a Urf SaVt wHI Uu4 vk f lrsMr. Xtoei. P1M, (MK Tawt ArttrlM Mi all wmtmr MUct tn tkttr iim r nam mt tk tm i mw im ih Sttk. ftr W mk Otlintt, M Wt MfttriMtTlil!, All, ItMfCCtll- um w Hit m im tmrcmx er wmtu, wca ym9 n wtmtwt to tk irate tmm.1 to mmy boa im tk tHr Wm mlietl m rvmiaTatton ( mmt fooU Vy U ttwrnv CLOTHING FURNISHING GOODS! AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. t9vr 8to"k h OMavyiv $9t Ifam Fall and Winter. Trade Or 3.0130. GEtVTIiFJIEXS' CLOTHING, am at. JF-urnialiing Goon's, ta tsatr vtrtetf, tstSsMst a Fine Stock or Winchester & Tails' CKLKBRATED PATENT 1TOKJB. SHIRTS, Ai (mm to $49 itoM. w Hnkltoa mt bmrm to mr Hr aWfc M4 Mtlitr it wU hm fMMt -Ml to mmf km cttjr. JOHNSON & JUST, Wholesale and Retail Clothiers. C ENTLEM ENS' CLOTHING AND FUR NISHINC STORE, IVo. 3 Clark's Marble Block, "372 TWrttn Stsroot. aesll-aaweaw sTSiuss. mm & co., WHOLESALE TRADE, RETAIL TRADE, FALL GOODS. W mmwm mow kmmi mmr axTE3xnszva s'X'ocnB: or STAlLiK anil V AXCY DRY GOODS, HATS, SOOTS V $UOJE$ Aa asttatt a aaB faaat krri. STRAUS, LEHMAN CO., iOI ."rial n Street, Sssnd Oasr rjorli f JtSttaaa St. AT WHOLESALE ONLY! RRADV-MADS CLOTHING, All Qualities and all Prices. CHEAPER than ELSEWHERE STRAUSS, LEBAIAN & CO. Modern Languages. I1N7KVD to r-epea att ivrttfcic rbM oa th 15iH ImL, tor wmf f ih Ocrvua u4 rrDdi LanntcttL mrmm ttottrwc to avstl tiifeuirf mt t&ls -Mrto- r to iwiri m Drwuni irmc2t mz men rm- liM Mi mrHi LMt-tMto v pi H tor pmUmm toMN tot rffis erjrtjfsji MiLm id4 Mwmiii, mmtm i w. Pom if gq A pg. rrmHvt. JFor Saee, NO t Ketva Xaa. Ail7 mix a DortKur. It. IS Free! Kw. Rt. Acnes Female Academy. J IBS TAbtj TKAX BOa 3iSMBta OlBIIBa Will ORO a Maaaar, SeMnastr S a al-aw2n Soft Hats. Itttl WaatMal rtMSrleat SO IT RAT iast sr ni-xet. ti to riaa-H Hal rrtAXDiim a co. Brtaalrr'a Skirt. 9 Ml Hi street. . House Servant for Sale. A li-tT KIOFiO aiM, siaettea rears tf are-1 .X taad caak, waatier and Irouet Arstr to aau-dla J0ILK SanxS, 334 X ala ttrett Tin: oi.oTtii.va Titan e WftTHI FALL AXD W'ISTBU OF 1859 k 1869. STOVAIX Sc MITCHKLL, V MAIK 8TXRRT. Wa Bars )Bal rtst4 am PAU. AXS) wasrTCB t at ta teteatat m aaTae kt SVs Wale, aaas.iH.ar Ktata, aat itt aa saw BBi.a. si Satat T MS Itf Bisum CL0TXIXG, Aa aH aatatt at ISBBW ta J aBtOI II ItSB Is Mrefl, a.' a4 atfise. I tit IS atak a tatitlttst KBORO CLOTHIXO, ifA BvaHi an otLrtA-m cutv-st-M, mAV- nut CKinu xm sOirEnt-ttnrK. CABrae ba TAUaas anb TMBBBtt IB. mriai a xitcbsla, snj,KaBstt. Betasler'a Blast SO.yiK Till A' G .VE If. Delano's Llfe-PrtsenlBg Vat k Tett. vrarALL &. mitcmbll, AU AseaatltrkVttaastr Baa ataa Oaaat. aa kaaa taat i.astsa a i awt as amlsa tBay taaisa sat a Tonths', Boy's ami IhiWrrn's CrtHMg rrorAu. i. xrrcMSLL. A an ta. mtfeat c hit ii r.sftt, taltstt. aa4ia.BaaBat.l BV. tkT am ks Bulla u aaata sarttty ta st sat tkta raw sat aa ussraaai. aallam aa all kaaaa mt tra. wtrattau. Osar Coatt a TrawUlaaT taa. aB at wMakmsestBaialraamlswe rataa man usual. i.sws wih Baaat sail aa raafstria aat atark aaa anivALi. a. urrr-uau. I'ltllt.BH . larrcn tv (Cfl. Ae WlltKEN & CO.. MlXUFICTrPsERy 1CBXTS, Commission Merchants, GENERAL PRODUCE DEALERS, O V r r o a t X?. o -c-tr . M afSMritn. TSJfJf. Eaglo JIHIs Flour. XTX rs w .rUac n ra traoa. rf ra .ta.s via jr aMm-a-B-'t.aaasaaraala.BttBaMaUBtaaa ITtaf fea tk ssafkss. W W oa Baa. Ue art. cSaw Bttn raaulr Vtoacf e t.. 1 -aAsr't near, M .. raa-staatiailrStl Waar. AB n tar Hoar ar Mill rse Ml wtta us wis Be mat initial a TAaa-tar CO.. at .Va. at viaa )aw Eureka Fruit Jars Still Ahead. HOOMCBBPSFtS waa kas aat vat imtH'1 tlwm tetvea wk taaa tattlnkBs Jar. in. all aB mbl M tararaasasaaTliahatctkaa. B.aMaitir aa slat. auta no. at ra.mr noar. Sumlrieji! SniMlrie-!: TTE aaaw ia Bart WkeeUa Nalla all iaes WtaSasr ft "lea , arraaptBC rapw ; sB ; Taaa . Back 6-naa an rbsraKBl 9,apt Tt j T ilet Suap, l Caaal; aad a lar. U at i;rne ric. all far aale at war Bra- at aal SO. XI mt.T SOtT (Sfncral 3.utinn iou-t . rmajtvu si. ! IIP 0 I. km I i COLUMN IVo. lO Hadbon Street. PROMPT ATTENTION PAID TO ALL S.1LES OF REAL ESTATE. NEGROES, MEttCUAXMlSS, FURNITURE, GROCERIES, IK CITY OR COCNTRV. tNraeS!rBirn aauare A-iat 31. tessera ettr Cain s4saataaaO-laaaiiBili Oar as ail I aBiatls win t nva i aU Vaiea Brata a nar care. a FlttMl ITILDMtS'S idrcntares on Lasd W Water! ar raKMBtcx: OesevATsm TBAXSLATES 1X1 altllis Knitting UVrfc; A -ran or iiANr maTuaan wtnmm ROTH PAItTlMSTOK. -Vartsus. tkattkeBaaatal Instill is.ttaaam sais. aat taa wa aas.Bt. aaar a Is sals 1 1." Parlar CB.r4i, aa Fr-ntta, aataaa tt IB ar saBBta. aauteetarm as euMt assart Smtfmmmm' wr Tmmmmtmm mm tkmmr amataammamm Ta Feeaak H i il iUib s nss. aa vat aa ta. ar BiBBBIKsi Is aaatim B Jut S C. Att m. Ta .tin's wtta BBaur ssaar ls.ee wars ariivias aaatr at ens rATn-irs & tD-s, Mt liamatraet. DIt VMEX. "TVSAT MUX .1 ksraa aauae lac I ' set Uaaar s s.w. i i ar ra. ISir- r-satr rurtarau rear, artawa fattar t a s. tBvIB t. taaaa ti aw I ma atsinir. aa aaa aa tae taw irna JOBX B BOITBK. T-lw Cirv T I'aliacrsr Dissolution. rpHi: aartaerskip Ssrilaaaa niaua k. laita R- a X GLAXK aa Jll WIMWS HABB19, ae stress Clart h Bama. tattle Ja, Jiauli Hay aiiar ar at caa as ti sra' aa B 6. CLABK j so. wmins ABBta JllUUUlUllO -A.T AUCTION, No. 10 MADISON STREET. "T7IwUl sail, at oar rasas, at treat af star.. irSJII Tt OBXI.M, X a'Owrt, Ororarle., lata, Ta- aasa. asars, ranaiaar. aar. mt. TS6 i S UITT. AaatBtar. iVrsro fa' t rl fer Sate. bars Urta aa A Tea 1 Detr NStino aittL. kes ar aaa. A. 5. LSVT a. ee. On ConsI-nmeut. I aiaa jiairaa XJ Straw Sktak Batrt Osltau 4a KlttaSkact Sa. . IW tale t taaa BBtaaaVataf ert ftMta, kgr ravta A. s. Larr a. OO In Store and for Sale Low. Xn BJ. OCO STI rrHlaST ; sJU Mbelt. OMBrVm wsur; . Fwlssea' T. tana.es trsattf. Br A. 5. ijrvT a. oo. To tlie t rade. K tare, rtaet Oiwta.a Kra M - Qal P i aa). aWBa.tr: an " OM rvrt Taaa; a. oa wtetara as - wwa a. . urvr co. Sundries! Sundries!! 50 Jsn, eta., reeat eaaa.tati.Bak. 19 asaaa naaaaa Saaat W " Taassaatinnati 89 " Prtrt rraaatl 199 Tas. JUI a wMak tt aa inilsnai I n I. aa tm saw laTur. utrm X. a. LJIVT Av GO For Itcnt. TBS rABC'S Bill. aaa. wtth SS tera mt 111. uaa, aa. tk rar, Bva rental wUS all aat kaaata w aa u.liia. an Salt an svaat aaa aa wl aSaast far aiaalM- Ts.tas $i sse sr ai mt sate rear, asfar -jaaa aark ar w a pane. Seal-lea AI Sat. Is tta't'e. Atlrainlstrator'. IVotice. LZTTSKa af aaaaiaaKrakaa havlBC taaa a aa bv ttia ssdetaiasew. ataa la estate il It Li saa lar. at tb eeatetakr Terra. tetS. ar tka Coumr Can a aaay a sal, all ser..aa latfesteu ta ssa aata. ar aerety rtajaira to case IBs-wart aa s-ttle ue aaaa. aa aU l.ii.Bi atvtat claiBts ataiast aaal .-lata, will VTraeat ta tast dalr araSate wftfeia IB itaia Bra- acrtvm ar law ,au. kism K aTa.arl.leiS Aataiatetratar FALL iHD MM STOCK ! lOCO SoptomToor- lOGO T. IP. AYDLETT, .vo. ns xaix st., orrotmc court wars. MEMPHIS, TENN. I rrwiTiace.a ta 'art- aa stasl rsxw ala. a f wa a aat r aaa la ssBer.ar asarlat ta tea trwaa, caaatsita aa sart a araty ansd. .,!; I W IJSlr. wear, tram aa 1 awa aaasi ra.aaNatst SILK AXD TELTET ROBES, ta tk. law est arte Aaaeritaa Ptrata, wtta aarv artaata aecemry araaaM. lae laaatt- artas m m mttt se pitri Met. Ala s ur aa taste, ttxt aw fliall.s.111'. Waar, a every vtrletv, trtm I Saeat ENGLISH CLOTHS AND CASHMERES ta at anal tsii'Mia. m wMak It I mi I sa eaUtaat tamasat sf rar aasli Cteiktaa. lata aa Cat. Ataa a tars aa va'l sa m jeans, ii.-tir.Tt, autws, a-rMrsts aita esKA- trsm IS keat fa-tartea. Bar traatt waar, aitir arau a tars aaaararaeet s aajsarsa, mt B.s.r variew aaatuaiui Als tsut ttrrts stats tt BOOTS AtfD SHOES tab. raa ad ra tut aurtat. vasstas IM Saa aatst Bar tatltet aa seatJemta wear la tn entstst an aa Itratuatr attraUsa It tasa ta atr st tt tMa aa SBset. aavaag aaaa aisaata tuee aaaitf aaearsty lar air as. Mt eater tttct aaa aa yaraaaae bam alii s 1 1 ibbsbiUii anil niiBatiriarin la NEW YORK, BOSTON t PHILADELPHIA, u ta. tery aaal tanas, aa atct4 with srtat ears, aa I real l isslial m rmt taat a. Hail Baa aaw aaV vtatact tver ma ia f aaifcisea. aa am nal.,t s asti aa law a. aar taat kaaa m dty. I MsmUally aa Ittrtaa taattsaaltBs at aar ttat Iran awtuataaeartta Ha ma aaaar-ara - part taat aaa ttalt at tan it ar team Nua I wi.i wtMleer oaatiss lar sa a, ar aa aaaal tens. T. P. ATBJtlT. sat Ita. urM Family- and Superfine Flour. W " f1" saf keat at. Laat. vtaur it IT tvm ' i a. pas aancs, Aa. at Sfsaaaas., 71 tr lima at U.sa la tt M. in nt s mflk. (7LAKS J. MOBTOX A. OO.. lUCTJtO,r SlJLJES lIoii((atj jfiamtng, Heptemlier 10th. W B-JaiSr" " " " "" Ont Traot or Zand, M LWafctaa m, Mta. f. 1 1 lata i i sal, as att w bbbbi asat stfc ,.UH, atsmi rsa w Mtami ALU, 31 -0 Acres. Km (aa Ttt. atari at fiBanwataa aa ha. It sat BBBaaaSCaarlium Batlraa Taaa. uaa aiia caa, ssiaai. m saa aa tw. aaWa wtta isaattat. -htat aartaa ssia ji-snsAnAV, ncrsiss a. co I. TMS CITY AND SUBUBBS ron 8.1 ze ur MOrlSiRRiT, DiiFnEt&CO REAL ESTATE 37 O 35L O X" S AUG'riOiSTSERS. WE WILL SELL ON Ta east ! ia ..asiaf ass 'ra at i.ulia - SUKTETED 9R S8BD1T1BBD wiu stwasa aa aa i i !! JVtS "MnMABr-ar. Bt-rHtM a. OB. RESIDENCE OX AVERT STOBET FOU SALE CHEAP. TinhmtoMlti wmt. mm H M4 wwata-toto ItorvtlifMt. m Amr 9TTm$m, Mf MCt TW aMtM huh, Wllk MX rt-a-maV. m frosM mm tark kita--btit. rrraVkita' rmm. tmtrimn mww ca-tsU msmm, nt mm4 wii. TW Imt i H9 frtt Avrr mtTU km IM trmt mwmm. UtmUy nrt with brvbtorr. m4m mm trwl twm. Ik wkkmwt4 U mm of tkrn kmltkttml mr4 toc to lWctlf n awmmr tn ctic4. tfvta ttt- mmmrm mt k'f btwitv, to r'iMt imt tw min 1 ,mwtmr. amm tkrn 1 km to mHli toM-ll. TE3t Oaw I iT-jth Kik. sc mtA tat 0 mji fciUlct ib mam iw tarn iBrt- r.rs wi k iBOrt I5 aVOMSAHKAT DCFWI 4W CO ') D l ACtMB mOamaarlla Jaaa t ilrttirt.i I 0.J BaJVtetki leacn .lare4 lc aVawa. Or caar sr. Taaias lsi iSir ta 1 't-. aalaar ttara wua latllltl rtkeirrva. am area, aa New RaMMr t. Su mllaa tfaas Meat. tatatl Ita. 1 .1. Baar a a.Uy IIBal'ii I. -astaiaasaaaaa iir..ta1tc:saa. Urta "OMSAtr-UT. ncpasir. a. oa. HERS I"? A GOOD CHANGE TO SECURE A now sb wSLmvn io? OaST LONG iv a anon eic:iiiioriiood. 1T1 win tetl tkraa osaforta.. BOCSW XK item II aa Daalaa rt aaar ta mteraaetlea si rMt. Tha Y4m ttomt Uaal rtrt a B4esl. a bach law Bnre real TBPia II ate tae era aril rniarn aa sn aeeaaaary aa Tha aaraars will Ut tba "at at a t.issla. " ALSO. .i.r . x.i'j-.' .tcitES, sa 1959. WHOLKSALE T1LD8. 1S59 CNJSSITT, KILL & T,MW, HAVK RSCSirKIl THRtR FALL AND WINTER STOCK or DM GOODS, Clot hin "Tj Boott and Allocs, Hatx, Cap and Saildlerv wTtSCII TttRT Otr-rsm Ht City and Country Merchants AT Lew PrfK fee Cask w srveti CnmL miasm, bili. a. TiLvinen. Administrator's IVotice. TTAtrtJafi aaaau sua altars sr tamiawlf msa aa th X M. nun s tha late Thnmi i tare hsrayraehaU s.raaaa Btaahta ta .aat estate, as B-aae BBrwar aaeraa sanaiat iiaaasillalalj. aa aB riaha Nlaian ta eat. anal ha biibjbib wtrtna th aaa Slf liaia a law aaiy BBttsaia-BBaa, ar aat aa. rta wui ha ia liar at taatr raruaaty. AN BAJixnasx. asyw-ua Trust Sale- Br vtttaea acataiaoUor traat. 4ate Nathr tat, MM. eaeeate aaeMSa W. VhaMty aa a- ear a eartata aVt thra a. it.l. 1 mrxl srscaS ts seal Bar sa t the lutM brtrr t It aett A. If SU la BtSh mmrmt Ortahar. taa IB tiaratsr Bl SBJaa al J. ns. Bia . m aw en, at Memshlfc taa Mlawtac ery. via : Lriaa la Civil Blair id ta. fas She a .aatv vis: Uateasthatr af a Ira taea 1st at 1 att as - --, -t t t ,,, ,,,m tr sv-a traeatiy a taa titt haaat town, waaat!.. tisare a. rv Baalaaer-. HBc- o saal rsaatry. lu taat X.aa-e. t BMs Say af Itry. TMT. srat ha. Xa- i Ban aartijH ta seta Whaalra. jal Jth. t. By aaaawawt aBttaat ta iiaat la hint si 4 at a aaa. hut i wan aa cress .ary. Issi Oea aaaa svasarty mmt sell Bar uaaah la aa rtnaMaaet. I arfB sea at th aaaa time awt state eh. isuthir.a tt th sMts th XraaahH Sals Mt AaaaelatBBB. A. C. OSWrrV.Vt est la .Uffflpbls Mattress JlaDafactorf. JN0. P. LALLEMAKD, natres Maucr, j7Htox sraaj-r. anrwaxx tbibb Attn rotTBTH STBAR TNB THUTSSA, 2VIoixi.T3laJLa , Teunoniaoo. HAT1NO I mass i ally Sarata at rhsah... BUBtheH Btaea, I has laave ta ibrsct tha atlialliu W thae la JIATTRES8ES Thai dmy wtn aa tt t thels tatet.-tt.atlt tai- s my ..a. 1 Bar. ataas sa tut a ran araarf a 3HUM9. aUlaL vt osx corro.v shvck aitb STXAW XJTTJUMES. will h aaaa i siaa areas t. A laasuL MatTOryr rem h asawa la l-arattur Heater. maM. Baaaatat aaaa giis'la aieaathaaf af. aad OaSiaitsis. ala.. a tars start a LETEE MATTRESSBS. aiaaa th traa I win eTrS.lt. tae Mat- tr.aM far fincnars.. Bryn.ial. Farailat .. taa. AUUtOM XatarMaa ra mm tmi-rrt-leaas Harris a Hot. &Ox. Tt. B. ratwall, Br. J S. Whit. ataavirtaek. NEW GOODS! F. W. E0YSTEE & CO., CKiHTFZ '' TiTm l IX DRT GOODS, comer 01 jitua ana rrrnnroe st. lV-S",,2tJ!MIS' - blest ttyt. tr V V ran aa Whtter Oeafe. wtltch w ara aahi la aasl tht tr teaer.tlr at tha very lawett IVotice to LEVEE CURT R ACTORS SKALBD rtaT9S.lU wt a naiisl hy A. 0. Wtnaara, aaita aeeteaatit 3th. ai Cvsret Oveeh rtSa. aar the Mamilaasr what at taawa as ih psrs ereek ar o-awitm ahsk lert That wart lies ha thal-ver sarta Biltai nil J. ArtaaiM Isa leesth rt 3X.O. taaa. mmmt salMa .beat taa haa- aBtaSaVlhwasarasmiw-.W aaiMwark. Baa wtn h reealra tar th I I f - mt IM. Lwea tr aa dar w rehtsars teas. ww.k.awataleBaaaaesaaHtisBasr Ba-ttt. at. Is a aa teaattaT. Poaaeat win h saa la Bit atsal s-atfai ts 1 wark. siaees. sa-. at me jaauary, test, wtth at rat per ceat at. ml rrsm ul in sltUia er th wask. Bat will be bbb at Ha 1 1 ai a is aT A. C WaBjtiaesL aaar tha wart a HaaSay, tha 3wth Say aT Septraihar. aa 'b- rta'bt wui a teservaa r r.taaiav aay ar an i Ms r. BOTB KBSB, jno tr. Mvmtsoet, a. rj. wBti.atf, Altia-aantwralnlmn. i. H. assBHAX. J B. xxttitwa. t L SKWTOJf. t-lalw L-ttttaa Os-n-nitaiastrt. MUD m m Jut ina. aaar ra iiibSib. sm. wt win san ma. Bat uaaa. s at law sbbi . tMaaai. tata-sa nous tun t. ntrrnaa a co CUlf J. I. TrlLXiai TSFBf. an- F. H. OLARK & 00 . 1 COLTJM3ST. APRIL, 18QB; He invite ttpecial attention re ears Sew Spring Stock R m vsr u-Ma am ogmi aim NEW AND CH0ICT. A RJEISEEl nru Bass or Minaaiaa. rru. eta or rniaL. Tlx serrs rtr CAtiar STLL ISS Of OOftAL fix sars or xoaaac rru leva or nuu. at caks. nu sarrs os atuusBTt nru. asm NUMB nru. sa-M rstL am ar attmBaxH rMJ,MB tw aeaaa ajc rwtx Meg r siaaBQiir rw. SSWg y i IBBSfl I K ss tw ssnaasAX fa Bug or Mta aata) iiaastij i atss-TB -enrLBS a iMnaa wont or V ATCHES SILVERWARE SiLTaal BSMKB. StlbTK LAMS. MiTB r.rjiuss -aa.trnn cacs biw. rnvrmrim urrraa stLran psckls seres. -eLTUSl HAftSKt BIISS I wtstasmwtsartist sMTsti pLieue SPECTACLES f T wtt eaaay ntlia af eaja. EXCIt-tVIX:. Seals aaal frew aar LaaSas CWarai aaal SB. lMt taSOisfialtl srts aa TtaSUtrtjaeaa. at sh, t . MBl'HA .V I V A t. . wATcai JKWBUar aaa taarSs aaal rialr. CLOCKS raBatra aa rstalatet m aBBaattw m. .lit .III Work Warrant!. Our FlotHre Gallery -l'rofeaeei neralnctoii, Artltt. Ia.r tha aaset tali asla la th VUlaa Plasii taken at aB th ra PtaatBSjasaars-t. Ta -CTSatTTTBaaBBl tals III i'. ZA-ONOtHUras. ar wanav "t aatal aaltoa. J. O'B. K3I.W. Taa tali Waist Arlaa haaaaraMaaBttr lur.la ssaa af IB Ti i aii IIM II t with aar tMlary. with wBasaw hav aaa Bl us I als te aaaw as rtl BBBlasaauBewB- at ait Caavas fhnliai ts. Thtaa Bastarea, evaaaiaias as ibej to 'h thaB t th. rw Arris.. aratmi' U ta tmmmt aereart ipenav-aa at uVa ut;lL Clark's r?r!al- R4ok. C riiftltr. 4M ICtJtHJ-i UANt;rACnnaK or x jiswlt urusaiwii I M T K 0 V K )lv E CTACLS. ClC-CKt i,rnh 'ti- J- v. : X-tl Main street, Bentsr Cajree V Sea's, Aactlsoima, sazh M3?-iis. rcjaxtrxx. "VLB rBAVBS ra-aat wnh Clarw m amtsaeaa. KJ tTaaha. Willi I , Jaawbry. atr , itnlaatl It I fc I S asaty amastsl at ats att u varsaa IB aaasa aataanaaaa. -Scymrat. ettaar hy say ar eaaaartiakt. wim a-tsalaaw rut ssaa COSMORAMIC STEREOSCafE. 4 Uttma tha latest lasiauimi 1 OSaata. Btse ' taesV i.t at. aasaaBr a tttayHa, aa tha ara Baa Bt lili wmz Arttew. ar she has taaa tr i Art- aa BBtAw m Snisf sartar ara Oltti i a ii aa emiii vautia th oty a amaaaC JtATLUttL Cumi isa. atl Maaa IWI tsstt at wyawa mt Btatr. I atryr. yaao. ralaatra. sa sal xo Btui vtawt ar lawaws. 3 SWaT"aa QW aWtsTanTfMal, TStafl BrtftfcaatSB, S(ta 0. LUt. 141 Xw MS.., taattS atwawt' D artSSaejSBjsw " ttYotice. 3IC5srs. 3IARSHELL it M.1TTHB1TS, LAT&mtlmimammimt tka wrma mam i III ill I Clwa. trnmrn 9fmr I Btmammn. ttXC & M.UWaU M. T nil, karnrn kamm U ait'i m ogam am HiMiH ! I aw anyiac ta wkaam muni ia mi ma aammamaa war ttmaimUmm at SMtHufi i ma, tw Tkar eftUutar am ta wiT .ad tar. mwhw wiifcrtle. lMiitfli i to wkvek amk arm 'ar mi aaw aamm If tkay Ml maaam jaa mm watr amma im MM mi k. 9ttwnm OmjjBB ami 9ami WAATE1). A0OO UIAttTH. mmt oaar thirty vaa. s ata,ar taabir bk wn ba pa1 3so-ta.4ujt.iT, iKTmmt a. on. Co-PartnershlD. TiamniBlsHaaUMsesy in t.ssi IBiaiiBi aaaar aha mttft TSHrS. LBaCM ICa. aatajthw Btatara aa 0wal Oiiaaii na Vrnhiimi Memtnli, g.BslBBl'r I, ttjSS. at-M luet. ustH a. s. ana . THOS. LEECH & CO., COTTON BROKER'S ANB Commission McrekHnts. NO. 36 PHONT HOW, Memphis, Thh. A'otice In AUtairalty. V. W. Ettaaay l Tha ll llltaaSi ilj. si. Ctsa w Itsta ta ' - 9tetBet J. H. Ctaa. J a war-sat af street. ALL PZUatMS wn h.. mr sttSaaS la aaw, as isthc utla as Im taa mmi - - a et tBAua.ar hints litHllaaaaaaar tiUtt Uv Jaaeaw? ato Net-tat Otarlal tha TTatit ataaa. w Aassrwa, Kt tha suvit t Vtrnt Immm at Aaekaaa.se tha SM Xsatar as Cilitn nail, tha. aa a-ra wi naliav iimttwstwlasmtaw ft MrCLANAJftX. ralre atats Ua.Bhsl. Br jambs sarast. Baiastt C X. atarahai W. . TlBI I T. U ttmrui, Attaraey mt-f CH.1S. A. JIORTO.V to CH., So. 33 JrflrneB Street, Aat - - 1 i-t ia rewssptar b aa Ira-h amiai.n, iiiniii l smhirat thai caa a oastra lush Title Iter tr hn i ' l " which wtn he aata Ssaar. Caeea, (rh Buttr. iacSrl, WkHe flan. a th Saast StwJa. Ts mt IBa laaeM BM Hill i at th a, pi isa tteai, aaa Batat Taaa, Btn aa.. awestyu.ia atstutaa Trust ale. TOT vtrta af a aa traat. at 1st at xi tat, en .an I aa as as maa. a tne la B aaretah.hthhaBasat tltlil. at I. Mfira aT J Its, Ba. la thsritys ala st at a1 wast, x it., mm JHaNBAr, th Mshsf awtshsr. the raaawiB araettty. via - A eartata lat at assam la tht aarl r th. ly kaaa ta nh alsmanf. aa hsavau tathasataw the aaltv a. Bfaakat. Win ttat W ttat aata srt bbbsm Caaay atrtal, aa raa a ait - r n warily at tisM aaataa with a. saa .traat, ta hawaaa paiant lute t Ih tial.1 at Barwa Os-a. i Ms ha a a rraat mt aas feet mr ihereataatt sa Tarsal tar.il. area. u.tii warn tkt Isienssmesu ihstssa. at i att sv. a0B hissh aat -atl Bar i.Sli I .1 la .attary me taaa. tat tt, I will stO. at th. asm ttaaa aa Baata, ta akarrsa tt woct a th atmsMs assssaal aasl aaaa atao-tattsa. hettaatt ta sat tisalai. TV. ttsa. U. aaaaa real taaataatlBHi ll It he ataey has I teal Mlysstrstl. 3. 0. UBlipiBBB sar-r Trustee's Sale of Land. rVtataIatTlUBt, IlKBt. tts a tsehywrn. "rata. talk m mt kluah. tut. s m BBBK -at, paae v aa te, t arm aB at passat taas bw, mt mm tt th am afar ml srsrhwaakawTa i aamisirih miisataii .r timnaaaisiis i aStwr la M.aaht.. Team . m. tha ma a w'aTa r. ass. tatwree tt aaal ttaraaaa a- w Jit i af Ut tea. . mhteet -., aa B.rf .trt TiS I pats. Teas I aswSB neshi Maaa at aiaaBaak pats. Teas I sawBI neSat Maaa aT Us mmmt. ?aav-ar tat Hank, Bit; I'M MS. sMW aat ttsM Sat.aaw It.. -r' -nt itt .man TntT jaia T-rnt stwiti st. os mv. ar. am aaiaa. or bw mi ao tar aaua-Balia wus : sm sutuee. vroar: tnm utaa.iH Kionr: wesa assu. tSAaaaaaPS' MSWBS; TJtA AM UUSfaB SSateSB asLS-an axr rail tn. MMraa, aaitlBB. camsai Htvnm. i turn uttrtrsav seajsm ataaarasts UaTfras eeusm luna cjtiwaa. ahste SaaBeaSar i aHE SOOSW a mi an i litis) GUNS! Sea sMwara. rmsSSJ a IB. s riM aad Saata Cast I) Baa ar tBtume a She sasae taatlaily eaatatasar Xaavaraaa aaaaaatat tt minus I taat.asB ma aaaalty aratewams hi ta aiy Ae-ara. reaaev it aaatamtyShs aaaht caauae the BSBUat asamst taxa ttaSat IS pi t- mt n lists llau 1 has aa Assarts, ae wtst I aflSi ya)iittrlsslaBaaalysilJiBi Bans Ball! I all af la aaa. It u ary satiwaal siawitsBaa kt aMBMBBas with the "cparwr Bla.i 1 1 test reasaar atak anataaaai tatlata-tasa. AB aetita ict. hr stall wan ha t ' i ii.iIj BBBata la. Fltssas araasst la Mlf tstsaSwaa. aatBe tm Ihstr aaaaaa aa Past Ou. 1 will Maala CwliBUIir ttstas; m. parttealars ahjas atrsataaua. Casts tvaM, a th mt Ihatr aaaatrarslra. Jaa'-4ewaaet teasa. Taa erea.ais Viawa ar LaxaBB. ItsaaJas tare, iiBss.satias tt-e Suaai tvaastias. Cttam sea mas. man ta IT iis sa thss taauiry, 'aSMejt, stt- rat it i sa thi-Saaaa mst.a US Bl ml Varw- mt ta atr s Parts. s Omi i at Tlawaw: siiiitraiiawa. Aaaurta. Humus aa Tryeatt. BOO-saMSsWipaM VFtaTrj mt Hkm Uamam. saVaaaaV esiyunat i 3BBSiaaiwai iBmiltili I larsataar aa Via as rarta aset laaaaaa. Aha. trooetitTtewBs Baa.fi aa mta aaassry, sSsSa aa. nliritmaalme il 1 1 TTtr inn ii TTiaa i n Oat.ua .w.aaa.las. WaAtsstBU aa VKftaitr Aw a aaaal aaaar .Bhi i snic-w. taa ssaasa mm. taaafc aa sects ehasa TUasa mam ma mmirmaaaamat -a-itivit i aaanra) mama, at wm. MMMttttBsmaf maa. aaammfma.