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BY 3rCLAiNTilIAy,
TUG BBIDE OFJTHET UACKWOODS
" SUb fctfli, ren brat, stab bits quick ; lie's
waldefueV '
Asserr raeN. tblt.ta break ue a lovedretm.
out eoiaetrtty eaectuai. I Til asleep In a
"bin in tfat resole and newtr-settled refloat
o! Arttcsas; axd the oajeet ef ay exeurafoa
1,10 meat uu was te kox eater ue asairs
of debtor, urbo was likely to diminish the
profitt ef my extrusive asd afiberto eacres.-
iui trausest Is jaeelawta, ay several taou-
ua uouzrs.
I arrired exactly at use rijht Baeateat ; ae
etired nr nosey, aed left 11 hi ecarere of my
landlord, while I itarted on a Httl trie late
'tie outskirts of tlie aettleenear, to trire rent to
bit elated feelings at Br aaexmted success,
aid pick op trhat little incidents I enM to en
tertain jay friends at aeme. I are a lustier
lorr to tell than I astieipated, for ray curios
ity, like mother Ere, srasigBt me rerto trouble;
but with Una aiaereecs la the fiatl result, teat,
whereas the left her paradise, I galaed alee.
The aaesificence of the weather, for it m
in early May, and the oorelty of every tiler
about me, caused ate to ride carelessly here and
there, Miil at leagtfa I lost myself la a path
difficult to trace, a ad irencssible to retrace, i
Neither coiag back or gnimVlise; waa of aay
use; o a passed oa.
Dravrinr, npat last before a raierble bat, I
hailed, aed waa answered by the miauled
hovrlinp, yelpiaf a sd (rreKrtj 'ef half a doses
dops of every pride ; eec cetnWseu estsaor at
length brcagM eat a UH.etrapjwDj fellow, exceedingly-
dtkpMated as to rrls-a-trAreif, st
judjrinc; from his features, his saoral character
also.
" Whatll yer feer, ttraaser
"Can you direct at back to Ptatarakt,
iner.a
"To Penthrake! Jjri, Hs better'a teE
mild. What ob aisfh bratg&t ye here 'Me
' Mr bene, ai rea aee." & readied. idr bar
it beat to be f aeeatots, aad teas ead re coa
rerxatioa as easCr as rossAte.
Now, although! say it, I am net ewe of the
i'moroua sort, aad hare bo reaeea to be, as I
can look down en aay maa aet orer six feet
high, and can also eeaaare favorably with
mt' loeaof tfaatotatare iaaaBseatarderelop
rcent. But it waa fast growing dark, zad imp-silence,
my cortsta st aad bliad gaide faW th
out this expedition, bad psospied me to hake
out, la hia sight, my waies, aa resgast nH
repeater, whea he aitoded to the Uase of day.
The look of curiosity bteaded with aatea
lhmnl and corcoossess, waiek passed over
bs sallow visage, increased my desire to part
corcpaiy. He seemed to eeeerre ay uneasi
ness, aad ceeriBued his iateirasrateries ;
" Whartl 7 take for Ihst apjioa
" 1 waoM take iOBtu,H yam hadiH. s
there aay settlement ahead
Ta -as, a boot a mild."
"Any hotel there?"
.-o, nut aay on 'em take yer in; they're
alien glad to aee strangers."
Putting spurs to ay horse, I galloped away
aad entered the Tttlage just at dark. It was
a c llectioa of leg feu's, with aert aad there
a email rraae buiMiag. One of rAeee had
more p-eteoatoas to comfort taaa the rest ;
there was in the rear a spacioas ban), with a
garden oa aae aide, a ad a Urge esdeesre for
cattle, r.uaen of which wzre ceastaajiaffua
pasture.
I made my way to the dear, wirJieat aay
SiTon?. threw ar bridle over a aott. end had
hardly time to dismount, before a suuetantial,
seaside old aaa preeeated hireself To mf
iaeatferaafght's ledgtoa:, he gsve a Keadk!
ana oeany ararmanre :
' Oh. res. sir. res : come lc the old woman
til are always gild to ieep a gmtlsania.
ju long itraeaiace we've seen one. atn.
Birch, let's hare seme supper directly. Sam !
Sam ' rut up this hone."
ITt adjourned to the bars, where ay ham
was iiberallr eared for wath com aad hat. I
remarked that the stable doer was destitute of
a lock, aad atked the aid aaa at his horses
were not liable to be stolen
"Oh, so, we have a decent aefrhbwltood.
ThTp's onireae reaHr bed man aanrwtiere
about here, Bullr Lake, as they ea!I ham, but
ue aia-i get caarage eaeugB lo steal a Bene.9
I said nothing, but thought a good deal.
After supper, Sam waa tii'patehed to Mr cot
ia the toft, aad I reaHy enjoyed the ef enlrg's
conversation with the eM couple, who seemed
z'togeuer superior to the peepae i au seen ia
b Je parts. The house waa a two-story cot
t:ge, wiUi two rooms oa the grouud floor one
cm asaKncaea, aaa see osier, ruratsued
with a huge atoae atrepiace aad a wisdow on
ths same Ue, with a bed en the other, was the
Situog and aleepiBg-rooa. The old people
inforaed a that thds room was at ay service,
a a -LeuseiTTS reared totaetoR. 1 felt a
presentiment that seaethiae aausual would
happen be 'ore morning ; ae, examining my re-
isiraniui care,! autaKonaprSxrcangDeam
besiie the oed, and undressing, sternly re
solved to rest without sleeping, aad keep mj
ears open to aay noise from the stable.
The very eiert to keep awake, aided by ia
trase fatigue, erercaise Itself, and In less tiate
than 1 hare taken to teM it, I waa away from
the stable, away from the wilds of Arkansae,
away off aa dreiataad. By the side of one
whoa I one claimed as atee, bat who had
been wen aad wooed by death, the only rival
I could no: raaauish, I was listening to the
ffitlsdioui tones of affestioB. when soddealy
they changed to a diabetica! hfee, and the
words at the romeeaeeaent of my story grat
ed on my ear.
I sat bolt upright. The fall aeon peered a
flood of radiaaee Into the apartment, and near
my bed stood a ragged, stoadtr, aloachy buy,
with a bowie-kaife ia his haad. My eudd-n
elevation checked his lronu ss. He started
back toward the uiadow, ifcrnegh sMch a
maa sot differing much ib appearaace from ay
infermaat ef the previous ereBiag was strng
gliagto force his preeuasataoM eaacasa. I
bred ay ptatet fall at his face, but ay drowsy
coBd.'Uun marred mv aim. The ball struck the
mantel, and gia ncinr , entered the sheuHer o
the boy, who with a fearful shriek, fell bleed
ing and staggering iato the cerser. .leaping
into, rather than drawing aa ay pants, rgrap
pled the ether jost as his feet touched the
floor. He grappled me Hkewtee, (a tch a
meaner aa to preclude the use af tay. pistil? We
rolled over aad orer upon the aoer. Jov I
was uppermost bow he. This iaiereoti g
passage uf arms was net trKhoat spectators.
At the report of my ptetel, the old ssaa had
sprang from his bed, and rushed to ay door,
where be stood paralysed with terror at the
awf ai work going ea, wi heat power tr move
or speak Ti.e old weaan made up part of
this de acieaey. Witfaeat leaving the bed, she
tcreamed at the top of ber voice and R was
a powerful one "aurderl are! beto, help,
heto !, Though she was ia the left, and that
had bo window, yet so effectual were ber ex
ertiesa that the neighbors cause rnehtat; to the
room, just as, by stralniag every auiele, I bad
aanaged toget ay gripe ea therauaaav's throat,
and my kaee oc his breast. I should hate
aatshed hia ia a few aeeee-ls, had net those
eatering deeired to mouepeHie rbe credit of
the capture, by way, I suppose, of rouspe sta
tion for their iWokea rest.
"Its Bully lake. I alwaye thought he'd be
caught ia seme such scrape aa this 'en."
" Don't let the aaa kill htm; save bim for
an axatnple. There's some getting lo be like
him, that want a waratng.'
They pulled'aeto ay feet, bound ahnfellew,
and dfaegedira away wish thess. The bef
.n all this eoefasioB bed lels usaotieed, and
was evideatly bit ediag to death. This I could
cot bear to aee. bow that the excateaent bad
passed. I took hia aad laid trim on the bed.
u ing .it the aaae time to Mr. B. who had to
some measure regained his f aeevtfes :
' Thii boy neat ehaMwede with hia? it
wont do to let hia die."
u. soar ieHew. I niwatrs nMed him.
for he was always a aaiet lad, aad aerer end
any suf-hief out wnai nu cm raaeat lereea
Lim into.
A. loud about arose from the crowd, who and
again surrounded the house. They aac la
some way discovered the bey's participation
ux this buiinees. and were eager to make an
example ef bias also. " What's the bey?
what's the hey 7 Let's have tue toujy, Moedy
rtinded little serpent P
With the assistance af Mr. E. I barred the
di?r securely, asd tbea leaned from the win
dow toward the crowd.
" Men, gentlemea, cakUeM ! I am a stranger
and a gentleman, riease ustea to as"
TVy weie still In a taomeat The Mvwesi I
had d spiaved before their eyes, a fewaateutes
before, had cuariaeed them tautl waiVa gen
tleman, according to the string eotm4t of
Arkansaa etiquette.
" The ber is severely wounded ; bleeding to
death. Now I ask yoa, would it be Chrietiaa
c- human to abuss him ia such a state ? Leave
htm with me. He thaM he leant close, aad
eHvered up to you at Hie roper Nate.' - Send a
rvsjcitcieffledialeiy, if there Is one la the
sertlemeat''
TLey seemed impressed, broke op Iato little
nouns, arid after seme mattered Ulk aaoag
Lbemeelres, quietly withdrew. I teraed to nrH
prisoner. Old Mrs. B. UiC at last veataree
cpn the scaie ot acUon,aad her pity had so
far overcome her fears, that she waa making
preparations for domestic surgery, by tearing
a sLeet, one of the only pair In the house. Into
sir.ps for bandaging. I removed (he boy's
ragged jacket, tore open the dirty Basse! shirt,
wten, heavens ud earth !. thai UlL seek, and
lha selling .bosom they were abase of a
girl Here was a case for embarrassment I,
a bachelor. I waa almost eatarrasaed, and
would at oace have left her to the care of the
old ladr, but a etagle glance at that venerable
individual, still treaMing with fright, showed
tba her care would be laadeaaaie. Detiexcy
moat joiabaeda wife aeeesttty, sard I to ay
ae:f ! no I proceeded to wash away the clotted
blood and preven: ita further bow by pressing
ay thumb oaths wound. The doctor entered
while I was thus occupied, and I gladly trans
ferred the rei possibility to htm. He declared
that the injury was only a flesh wound, and
that serieue results would fee obviated by care
ful Bamog. I was aaxkms for reasons ef my
own, that she priseser sex should be kept
secret from the Betghbarhood, and the doctor,
being an accommodating man, and withal,
thmkiar that fan might come of Jt, assented
willisgSr- 3Vtbe left her to the motherly,
at'eotions of Mrs. B. It was nearly day
light. Exh tasted with fatigue and evcrte
meat, I spread a blanket on the kitchen Boor,
spread ayself upon that, and slept aeualiy
cntil long after ssarise.
On awakitg, I resolved lore ma in In the set
tlement a few dap, and. the old fattawere
only t jo happy to haTe ae stake y home at
their house a loc aa X wsold. I strolled
about tfae vlHeKr, and found mveetf a beta
wherr'er I went- I learned that court would
. .t, PinBinke ins-week, asd that Ballr
I jke waa its iail there. In the afternoon I ris-
.a m r-jntirr watleBt. Mrs. E.' akinfal
DursiBC tad wroeght weedera ia ber appear
ance. She was lying, prepped ap by the pil
low. Her pale tact fuabta as I eaUrea, and
mm pmb me SB aBtirehensire glance.
which changed to one of jojfal surprise as she
naw the lympatey-orpiciee wy cwuuwumicc
Sbearptst to be about aeveotttB peats' of
age. Iftr features, thougn net hcauuxai, were
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remarkably tnteretttBg, and bore a cast of re
fieetneat trane;eiy at variance with the cir
camslantes ia wales I found her at first.
Dratrinr a chair to live bedside. I eeatlr took
the ekndT baad which My eaea the co at er
rant, detfmied to gain Her coaaoeDce nu
leara sosactibiae her hiatorr. I mceeedea
hboth. She rare bk a recital which thriikd
m rcith ermmattir and ladieTBaitofl im
the close she etaBg to nr, sobbing like
fnghtad child "Oil! nr, caafiot yoa
-I wilt I swear I will I" I exclaimed agl
Uted beyond eadaiance, "Tea shall tell that
torr to the coart. CK tbea. If they won't
give yea to aay charge, I waH take yea as spite
eft&em"
Te aext day my ptaa wen matana. Mrs.
B at mr resaest. aceoaiaaalsd me to Pea
thrake, aad selected each miterials!efl female
apearel aa were necessary to make the yoeag
My preeeCMDie. 1 paK me Mil, wmca was
be a meaas alaraiiac. ewlac cart I r to the
fact that the old lady's idea of extravagance
ia areas oaa aet expaaced to aayuiine; nxe
the present diaieasloaa of eriBoliae, aad partly
use crezi aearm or cestir arc eooa in ue
etern of thU priBtitive regioa. Wefoaodsuf
arieiH, aewerer, ror ow preseat patpoae.
HfUfrf rfair Thm ..111 ilu tn
J --.. . AMV Wll. M, Kl.w, .V
Claim the falUlaeBt of my promise to the
crowd. I bad iadtttged hopes that they might
hare forgotten it, or, perhaps, decided to let
tue oeypass wttaoat lanaer coacern.
aa, however, and I f ett compelled to enfold my
preciaaa secret to the oSelai, aaa oaer seas
aaegestlasis, prompted by the peculiar state of
aSairs. These he premised faithfully to ob-
eerrej no I gave Dei iato His eoarge ana
tesea to ine coart house.
This waa a leg structure, used as a school
bouse ia the intervals of court, aad as a rbarch
oa the Sabbath. K was already tarosgea
with the dennens of the backwoods. In every
Tariety of costume, from hides :n every state
f preparation to lines aad limey weehev,
aad an aearine; rtles and bowie kaivee, as it,
ea their way home from the hunt, they had
arepned la toseewnatwas sstag ea. aan
Judge, a aoble looking maa, of powerful etat-
aere-rooted, aad la fill sain steeres, ec-
cupied the ealy chair in the room, with bis
soea-ekia cap ea the table before him. Aad
la ths presence of this Judge aad this atsea-
mi i was to mom jot we or ueaca, tse eaese
of one ia whom I fett akeadr more than a pro
feseteaa! or pasohsc; isterea't. I felt equal to
be Use wfaea 1 reached heme, and tcM my
aether the story, she wondered bow I had the
race te ee K ; out, as I hare prertecMy wti
witea, aooesir is not ar Besetting sia.
The usual t: elimiairies were coirf threaeh.
wnea a muraer of diesatmaction arose at the
non-appearattee of the boy. Every aaa io
preeent, aad J could see by the threatealag
gaaaces aarecteo toward, ae, and ay toe Danes
clutching the rifle with a nraer grip, and
oaiaouely feeling for the hilt of the Botrie-
snue. tnai i was nusnected wub conaaviae
bis escape, i arose.
"May it please the Court I wish to ander
take the defease of this bor. If the Court
jrant ay application, he shall be produced
Mem'
The Osurt aasented. aad called 'Archie
Lake.' lsaaedtatory the shetttT, who hid left
utt ieea waue l was speakinc. returned wtea
a lovelr, nluohiag young girt leaning upeu Ms
arm. The assembly was at Bret petriaed wi'h
astoaishaent, taea stormy with wrath at the
supposed laposture. i arose again.
"TMsyuung lady and Archie Lake are one
aad the saae person. I can establish the iden
tity to your satisfaction.'' Here I called upon
Mr. and Mrs. B., th doctor and the sberif,
whose anited teetiaoay was indisputable. The
guilt of Bully Lske was aade apparent in a
sheet time. After I Busberef witnesses had
been examined aa to the eomplieltr of the
young girt in the robbery, her connection with
use, ud aeon, 1 requested that she aifht ne
aleowesl to Ml her owb story, which she did.
"Mr same ia rather .Forrest. My lather
was a wealthr merchant in Xew York city.
and UrhaW upon ae every luxury with such
J4"6CowAu tfaaVetCuTO tSM as I beheve waa never
eoaaHed. He seat ae to the best schools ; he
superintended ay education la person ; he took
care that aD mr aseociatieas should be eBao-
bliag aad puruyiag. Among the select fircie
who visited our bouse, was a young man, a
cousin of ay mother, who was determined to
n ay hand. He was prepossessing iu ap
Aeeranec and Banners, yet there was some
thing about bim I feared and disliked. There
fore I avoided hia aa aoeh as possible. My
lamer esteemed nia BigMy, and would care
rejoiced lo see bim anited to ae, but would
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caapesasea to Ma ttVat tbe reuac maa perse
cuted ne wita ats attention, ae took: htm
aside and told bias that notwithstanding his
ewa aSee'.ion for hiss, I had none, aad could
hare bob, vrgise; Ma streaocslr to aUak ae
atert of ae as aa object ef special atteastea.
Still the rouae taaa persevered with aa tin-
scrupulous boldaess worthy a better cause. Mr
father at leaeth forbade bim to remain lonrer
at our house, telliae hint that he was still his
friend, and that he mtebt call apoa bim when
ever be seeded one; that he aapreeiated tbe
aiaearity of his lore for ate, aad doubted sot
that it was the streagth of his love which led
hiss to extra varaBt. aad under extstiar cir-
cn ib stances, highly- ini proper eoaduet, add.aj;
that lie could sot Menace bis daughter's bap
ptaeas to tbe deareet fricaad be had oa earta.
- The Teurarnwn deaaried, aad as Ms name
was sever meatioaed ia aar beariar. I soea
ferfot bim, aad for a lear; Use was perfectly
happy- But whea I was fifteen about two
years ago my father iadersed a dote for a
Esercbaat, whose name be aerer told nr
awtlier and ate. This merchant failed, railed
dicaoaeetlv-, aad bis failure mined ray father,
vrueMnrrjrtieiaaJ wraht raeriefcatjoa. deed ia
afcwnUrs. Tbe leamantof ttie property wei
barely suan.-lect to enable my mother to rent
a small cottage la tbe country. We had hardly
removd to this, whea sy mother fell a victim
to fa Urn e aad exposure. All
eh ine frieads had forealtea as ia adversity, aad
I was left a lose la the cold, cold world The
oa'y relation I knew was a distant connection
of my mother, ia St. Loots, whose Baae was
Lse. To hia we bad wnUaa after my fa
ther's death, but had received ae answer. New
a le ter came front hist, arretted te my mot ber,
full at eodelecre for ber affliction! sot, bow
ever, oferiag to relieve them by aay direct
measure., and proposing to adopt Be as bis
daurbter. This iaeoaeiiteacr should have
awalesed m; suspteioas ; but I, boeaelees aad j
fxieadlees, aad aaaeed to tae wars of the
world, readily accepted the oer. Tbe letter
contained sufficient avoaer to pay any expeaees
to Cincinnati. There La'Ve met me, as he bad
proeeeed. Judge atr horror, whea I recogaiteJ
a htm the would-be-lover aad perse ator of
my cbUdboed. But there waa aw help for as
He took me, set to St. Loaii, but te aa oat-of-tae-way
seMlenteat in Ohio, where be kept a
ssthy rogshop ia a rejsalid teaenvent. 11 mc
he aaBouBced to me, with exultation, that birs
seit aad toe defaulter were oae ; that he bad
bcea leafjiag te get me iato bis power, aad
sow reuiced at his success. Chucklisg ever
what be called the hackbrala confidence of ay
fafh'r, he told me that after be left our bouse
he bad catreupoaded with ay father under the
name of Lake, whereas, bis real same, by
which 1 had known him, was Prull. This was
dee, he Hid, that I might Bet be aaaoyed by
aay lemiaiMesee af biea. Xew I must cea
seder myself as his property, aad might take
Hate te cheese whether I weald become his
wife, or submit to oae alternative a fate worse
tin n dealt."
Here the witness was Interrupted by a
movement ef inteaee Indignation a moat: the
audience. The judge ordered silence, aad she
proceeded:
" I shrieked ia agaar ; I messed ia deeptir.
I sank apoa the door in atter belpleseaees.
This mas earned me ia terms ef tbe foulest re
preach, aad dragged me by the hair Into as
Inner apartaaeut, where I faJated. Whea I
recovered, he was sUadiag ever me. He told
me if I expected any mercy from bio I mutt
do his Modine. la dejection aad terror, I
prsnsuiii it do whatever be required af he
weeld oelf spare my virtue. lit made m
swear B ever so reveal mr sex te anyone, aad,
layiag down a suit of bey's clothes, ordered
me to exchange my dress, and Mt the room,
lie retaraed by the time the chancre was ef
fected, and, catting abort my curls, of which
my dear father was so pread, he made me a
bar-tender ta Ms uhB. Day after day asd
aaoath after month I was compelled to serre
ea. liquor to the besotted wretches who buBg
around the pteee, and listen to their foul
mouthed coarersattoc. I bore alt with pati
ence, aad by my alacrity aad assumed cheer
falaew so gained hie eeaadesce tea- he would
leave me alone ia the stere, eeaetlmes for
days together, aad scarry always la tbe evea
ia. Oae day souse public gathering ia a
cetehsoriag tows drew all the men est of our
neighborhood. Ceaeeeueatly we bad Be css
Umers that day; a tbiag which had set occur
red before since I catered the shop. He em
braced the opportunity to propose that I should
become bis wife. The very thought filled me
with horror; but past experience had taught
me cunn.iig; so, without masifestiag my Tt
MBcuaae. I eoascated. and thedar was fixed
apoa the folio wing week. That ereaiag he
teat ma la the stare as usuaL I watched him
ttfl be turned the center of ths street; tbea,
tearing toe iigat earaiBg taat bo sasptcioa
might he cxeaied should aay oae happen to
rtss by, I slipped from tbe back deer aad fled,
determined te escape te the next tows, some
five miles distant, asd Implore protection aad
coBcealejent froea acme ef itebeex-dttposedia-babitaats.
I bad beard tbe read to des
cribed so often that I supposed I could set miss
tt ; but I did, aad was soea waaderiag hi ths
thick weeds. I struggled through the bushes
and briars till I become exhausted -then sank
down, aad prayed for death as my oaly Lope
of escape. But I was ast permitted to escape.
He busted me down with dogs, aBd dragged
rat back to hit miserable den."
Here the audience became wild with excite
citement Stentorian voices shouted ;
"Drag him out I Tar and feather bim!
Choke WaP
Oae or two were expeHed from court, aad
order was rrster ed.
Tbe wittiest continued :
f Tate affair made a great seise ia the -rM-
lage. His cruelty to me had been remariced
before; newK waa eaiversaiiy xrrowca uiu
I mast be takes from bias, and bit establish
meat broken up. Seeing matters at this
pass, be sold his store aad stock srivateJy,
and, taking roe Mb bfa, fled in tbe cigbt to
Lower Peetfarake, where we hare Hred for
aearly a year. He bat divided bis time be
tween bnntnr, fishing, n erkiag at odd jobs,
eleaiiig. Aid niaJuiir mt steal for hits. God
kaews Wrr much I hare aeiered frefa bia
brutalltr. I bate lived in coattaBt dread of
has fulfillment ot bis threat, in case I refused
to marry htm ; bat a merciful Providence bat
delayed It thus far. Un the night of tbe bar
giary, when be saw this Mr. E. in front of
the hat, be judged by bis dress asd by a watch
be eaw bim take uut, that there was a fine
cbasce lor plunder. He fallowed him at a
distance, which be coatd easily do, aa ths gta
tlemaa rode etewlr, asd saw where he took
lodgings. He told me tbe window was toe
small for him to eater without noise, aad that
1 snuet go la, take the watch and what money
I eeeM feed, aad bring them out te Mat. I
lerged Mm ea aay knees to spars me this
crfaie ; but he istieted, asd swors a horrible
.ih it,.f 1 .ii.nU take a knife la my hand.
and If X let th b wk. bs woald eat my
throat wHh It. I took the knife aed went la,
bat I aerer would hare toeebed that gentle
man. Oh I geauemea," exciaimea me poor
rirl, barstisg iato an irony ot leara, "Deiiere
at, I aerer, aerer wonw care ooce it 1 -
The opposias coaasel sabatltted tat cast
i wflBjet arEaaveaw 1 arose ir car it ct.sn.
a I May tt pieaae the coart aDdnintIemea of
e ue tary rea hare eeara ue erMeace aaav
setbyyoarcraateaiDees that there ls'no need
of argamtat from me. ir yoa eaaaot now ac
ouit this res xr lidr of all share la the rob
bery, henceforth let Innocence be trampled
a Oder foot, aad marderera go aahusg."
1 sat down. I mlffat hare been slightly
bombastic, ror I was deeply intertstea aaa
excHed. I ft the bteod tsrgicg threcgb ray
velas, and boUtegap lata my face. The jury
retaraed a verdict ia favor of my ewent wwa
oat leaving their seals. The judge arose to
give bis decMee, bat the crowa wauto isr
deeletes. There was a tasalt among them,
like the rumbling before the eruption of a rol-
I casoj and with a wbTop. which rings la my
ears to tiiii dar. tneT ruauea over iu
J ries between them and ths guilty maa, orer
1 the sheriff and nit posse, woo ""'""f"
I -0 a,.iVA. 4 . ...r. thm exeCuttoa Of IDS
HIOI lHUtl, W ".-.- - . " . 1...
law ; tore Ue trembKeg eano mm i
I dragged him out of the court-room, aad away
to the weeds, their yelk of execration dyleg
a way in taeattsunee.
BAT 421 nIMWi,i . .
I took Es&er nndtrar chuff, m ft tern M
.in... At- ba taBei dl nK aiiie
Tbev wert ritliercd bea.itli a lefty oV, and
. . . . J I.K.T-.
lirt Ann their heads, sweagthe lifeless
body ot B4ly Ijke.
? r dan t returned to Pbtiadelphll
Ukieg Eaeher with me. She became my ward,
dwelt sr Bar roof, was the darling of my
mether. and the Mel or an my rrtenrs. uia
sietnd a husband To be sure she did ; and
the happy man was aa other than myself.
the x.i r r.
" Isabel t"
"What I"
"Xewdeat sneak so short.. You knew I
couM not help H."
Isabel, with a gesture of impatience, moved
her chair quickly round.
" You might, if you had chosea," she an
sarered, tartly.
" But yoa would not hare bad ms -treat her
ruder?! New Helen to reason, Isabel, aad
doat let each a trhle come between us."
A trills! am jes!" and the vexed maiden
wheeled her chair atiM fertiier rouad. "A
trtBe!"the eeatinaed ; ' H's bo titfie to ae
that yoa should be se by nearly overy one In
the town with Kate Clifford, when we havent
been friends for a year or more. After all
sbenatd about me, too! I declare, lta too
pwwfciac! A trifle! no. It Is no trlSe to her
eeeber; new see will exurc ever iti never
atad. I doat care ; bat you see If I aa sot
even with you yet."
" babel, what nere woum rea have ma
say? I told you I could set help It" Aad
tVtffiaa. as he spoke, rose ap irea ets seat
and eame round in front of her. "It waa just
abas way. I told yea an about itl how she
met ae near ear factory gats t K was nearly
dark then, aad when she claimed me for aa
escort to the German fair, you surely would
sot hare had ae refuse ber."
" You might have left ber at the fair If you
had wished to," said Isabel. "Bit do!
it suited rea verr well to rdar the devote 1 to
her all the evening, while I was there alone,
crying ay eyes eat. Itl net be so foolish
again I know that aueh."
" Now dd tom reaHr shed tears for ar ab
sence, Isabel?"
" I did not ear l cried tor you," see replied.
"Iam sure I would not have cared where you
were, so yea had Kept away rrom that maneu
veriar Kate CiiaTord. I cried be:aos I was
anexr : for I sew tou go do wn the strest with
ber; aad Harry told ms when hs eame home
from the fair, that you scarcely left Kate's
sideall the evening, except when you were
seat by ber apon some errand. Very well ;
yea can go again with her tuts evening, tr you
choose H's all the same to me."
William was crieved. net angered, br this
unusual mood, and answered calmly : "if you
would only be reaaenaaie, Isabel. I ton pm
oace that the claimed my services Is such a
way, I could sot refuse them ; and. Indeed, she
found plenty to keep ae busy, I assart yoa, or
I should have been here, where I would much
rather bare been."
. n . a? r 1 . a-l TTlUtaK ..J.e..a
Aim amasueu epwajBg, n iiii.tn..
ed to isawisM tbe dalBtv little bawl mat was
puWaesoinipatleaUr it tbe massive d
pulling so impatiently at the massive chain,
but in rale K was drawn quickly aad reso
lutely away ; and the yousg man coura sot
repress a sigh as he noted ths change which
ill-huaer wrought in the countenance of one
he loved so tenderly.
" I am not to be forgiven then ?" be saki, In
a low, reproachful tone.
Isabel would net answer, but ber feet beat
nervously os the carpet.
WHKam turaed. and, feMisg Ms hands be
hind him, paced the room to and fro. Sud
denly be laughed, as be approached Isabel. It
was an anfertusate laagb, for K steeled tbe
heart that was just begiaalsg to yield to Its
better feettSgs. fiat WitHam could not help
laugfaiBg. The two chain sUadtag back to
back, struck him to ludicrously, and Isabel
filling hers with such an air ot offended dig
nity. 'Let those la ugh who win,' WitHara," said
Isabel, fixfasg her large black eyes steadily
upon Mm j"n for me, I am in bo mood to be
laughed at, aad I advise you to gs to Kate
CliSerd she, bo doubt, will te4erale your
rudeness, bat I aerer wHL"
WHHaei'i cheeks grew paler at the haughty
tone which bis betrothed assumed. Without
chaise Ms position he slowly drew on bit
'lores. "
"Good mekl. Isabel: I shall set trouble
j you sooa again with my pretence," be said at
last, and laagered a moment, oat vain ly, ror
aa answer. Another, aad be was goat.
Aa the door closed apoa him, Isabel started
to her fee. Her full crlmeea lips parted, as
though she would bara called him jack; bat
pride ceequered lore, as it has often ard often
deae before asd since, asd she sank back In
her chair, vexed xt her own hasty words, asd
vexed with William for obeying ber so readily.
Moment after moment stele away. Not a
sound, save her own quick-repeated algbs,aad
t.'ie nervous tapping of her foot. She drew ber
lo-ket from tbe folds of her rich brocade
dress, where K was bidden, aad gated earn
estly and sadly upon the expressive face which
the artist bad so faithfully draws.
Ihose full brown eyes I she could net forget
bow often they had showered their sun-light
of lore upaa ber. The maaly tenderness of
teat tMuth, ever mere at hems ia joy than in
serro'rl
" What if be should sever come back ?' aha
said, aacoascious that abe spoke aloud; while
from beaeath her droopiaelasbes a tear stole
softly, and fiaehed tike a diamond daws the
purely molded cheek.
Oh, Messed tears ! what purifiers ye are of
the aebaltewed pillions at tbe human breast 1
As falls tbe reatle rain n pea the thirsty eaitb,
giving sew life to the parched asd drooping
plant, to felt os. Isabel's heart that night ths
sottalag iniuencee of her bitter tears ot re
pentance. And set unnoted were the falling. At tbe
ptrtiallv-epened door bcMntfher, rtWam bad
paeted.'loth to go, for at bad beta their first
quarrel ; and sew in she lofty mirror before
ber, be read In the reiecttoa of far face th,
sorrow that she felt. Stealing la nearer, still
nearer, be succeeded at length la retching his
vacant ebatr without aroasisg Isabel from ber
deep reverie. He sat down cautiously. 8' e
was still uBeware of his presence. He drew
oae glove rrom bis haad, and, turning bis face
partially around, watched ta aee ths effect, as
hs playfully dropped it upon ber neck.
Isabel sprang to ber feet quickly. The
Urm-cleud had Se4 from ber face, leaving it
as beautiful as an hoari'r. Aad bow, what
did she do bat laugh as merrHy as WiKiamhad
dose, whea sfaa saw bow absurdly they bad
been sitting! He needed sot to explain the
eauee of bis merriment, for the chairs back to
back, revealed the wbVle.
Not itvjjalti did WlWam sue again for full
aad fre e absolution for the unpremeditated sin
of the erralng before: nor In rain did he let k
to clasp the delicate band which had oace that
. . Ill.Lt. . .,
evening eeea orawa so pemawtv mm uio.
It was their first and fast " tiC" before the
holy marriage bond united them. But alas I
thereafter I cannot speak as favorably; for,
aKbegh this happened many, many lone
months ago, human nature is the same at all
times aad at all plaies, asd the rloods which
so often mar the happiness of domestic life,
as frequent aad ss heavily laden.
Be it said, though, to Isabel's praise, that
wheaerer shs found herself to blame, she waa
ever outer to seek a reconciliation ; nor did
she tufer ber husband's trivial errora to
estrange them. The smile ot forgiveness of
ten these oat upon ber btautifal face, before
William bad opportunity, either by word or
aet, to make manifest his consciousness of
error.
Asd did such a state of things exist always
is married life, bow much misery would bars
been spared to hearts that bare too often.
been crashed by their self-lnfilcted sorrow.
A Finrt-MiirDaD Won ax. We confess
that fickle-minded women are very rare In
this age. Ia fact, if there is one trait about the
lovely creatures mere prominent than another,
it is the welt known asd oft-tried cocstancy
aad fidelity ot the sex. But recently we hare
heard of one exception to this general ruling.
A few days ago, a couple, said to be from this
Stile, repaired to Marshall, Illinois, to con
summate that great event ia the life ot young
people marriage. They pat up at the Wright
bouse, aad the happy, expectant bridegroom
tallied forth to procure the necessary Ucenai
and a minister. In bis absence, a gentleman,
who bad just returstd from California, ex
amiaed the register, and, finding tbe lady's
sace apoa it, bs immediately sought her pres
ence, lie proved to be a former suitor of tbe
lady, aad In fact the two were tegagsd to be
married at the time be left for tbe Golden
State, where be west to seek a fortune to ena
ble bim to wed the woman of bis choice. Ot
coarse ti)ere was a scene. He upbraided tbe.
fair oae for ber iareastancy, and she wept a
torrent of tears asked bis forgiveness asd
rowed ahe would break her present engage
ment, asd unite her fortunes with ber old
lorer. Just at this moment the first gentleman
returned, and hia astonishment was very great
at the tottr affairs had taken is hia temporary
absesee Explanations followed, and tbe poor
girl being unable to decide between the two
rovers, they retired to consult about the mat
ter, and It ended la tbs Caliorntan resigning
all claim to the lady's band. The laiy acqal
eseed la the declelon, and ear Informant says
Oie wedding took pU Immediately, tbe dis
carded and self-saerlfielnglsver officiating at
tbe right hand man to the bappy groom 1
Trm ifomit Journal.
OrxatATic QtrAiiTiss or Losd Wass. The
v -Am jwOTMnandeat of tbe Liverpool .ftfou
ears that the late Lord Ward, now Earl ot
"at. I . . l.t aT. t aaaJ emtr -
Dudley, is a supero iookice a now, u
out the least "maks op" could play the bari
tone aart la rson as well aa Fornasari.aod
ting itTtso, without the treauloasnesa which
impaired the preretsjosars rocaiiam.
Twine KempUa Arrt-J
THE SEA ASS THE JTEABT.
0, tkert at tnaism n BVe tea,
XcsurtalaurfeekeU,
waer the taua water trixqstHj,
OH4 e'er Cm veaHk viteM:
Sick rrai taat nock (be ma brUkt keau,
In Ue M'sUo4 cavern Iaia.
XcthtLfi ft Unlet zeU,
JXn'mtsM vut !!" lie,
Tlil ne'er ikaJlfietttbeialm'i eje.
St k tad ka1 Tle Ike ewel"ktltkV
T tetk tt XU d fir
To ,M1er lit e lb atari niskt,
aBrfJ-mtltskxiTkalri
St ttrocxk tSi-aflinVreUrt rove,
I gatker tromtke eoraJ Tre,
Tke knnekel Maai mr I -Kertukba
rrom tie peicelru peirli,
X eereaet ter taatrt cmtK
Wttkh tkentart are wenensv Stpt,
Xt Mtlm at tke sea
uiwt wlM ud reatlMs ptHlentlee,
Xni leve'i sweet melody, I
1
Watet le Ikt mark ef a wore,
EraaHUnl Baaeri aotUrUrn4.
Te ttaersl kanaoor;
XA tks calm with t t reUa flew,
to msnnars znulcal and lew.
ana ilcbar treaave tpatUea taere,
Tkaa in tke ocean Ue,
In half trurt asd ftrveat pftrer,
ani bve tkal uth elei I
Tk saemarr ct kr-fune beera,
Tkat cocatt lite tk pertae l Sawen,
Breatkiox from paraaliei
Aad vewi anS fferlnsa etrtae,
Tkal He upon ha klelea rtitae.
Sat nwrul tret tkan teanli in vain,
to Oct far dejtvi rarutwa I
- rm'elrSrieaMncfcalai
nl. aHar artkbikesa t
IsdteekUitiMtraU UatkMl,
In frseatkr ,r kinired inln4i
Tie ckara tkat mikei tkeas ee I
And mortal niv not kind tkelr kwt,
With wreatka ef laeenie kntOilaa vewi.
JtniE S.
A CA.ni: disseu.
We beard an amusing story the other day ot
novel feast thst we do not recollect to nave
sen bi Mint. It Is too good, to be lost, and
although K will certainly lose in oar telling,
we mij succeed in giving me point.
Shortly after the war with Great Britain an
aristocratic Enzllsh gentleman built a resi
dence In the vicinity of Fort George, on the
rtisgara Ironller, ana, in accordance wiia we
old country idea ot exclutireness, he enclosed
his ground with a high, tight fence. Hers be
lived Ilka an EncHsh tentleman and of the
olden Urn with the exception that nnas but
tbe Mi ot the province and the officers of the
neighboring garrisons were permiuea io pais
hlavate. There was a rerr rood understand
ing between tbe American officers at Fort Ni
agara and tee xsrtuso at ron ueerge, ana tue
men were permitted occasionally to visit back
and forth. Among tbe American soldiers wai
naeer eban. who stuttered terribly, was very
fond ot banting, and who was always getting
into every sort or misemer.
On dar this cban took the small boat that
1st moored at the foot of ths walls of the fort,
and crossed over to tbe Canadian snore ror a
hunt. He wsndered orer several miles In tbe
rear of Fort George, without meeting any
game, and on bis return, seeing a crotr on a
tree within the Inclosure ot the aristocratic
Englishman, be scaled the high fence, bred and
brought down his game.
Colonel, or whatever bis title might bare
been we will call bim Colenel, anyhow
witnessed the transaction, and advanced while
our soldier was reloading. He was very angry.
bat seeing the Yankee standing coollr with a
loaded cue ia bis haad. beeped 61,
passion for s moment, and merely asked bim
if be killed tbe crow.
Tbe soldier replied that be did.
' I am sorry," said tbe Colonel, "for be was
a pet. By-the-by, that Is a very pretty gua.
Will you be so Kind as to let me ioox at r r
Tbe soldier compiled with tbe request. Tbe
Englishman took tbe gun, stepped back a few
races, took deliberate aim, asd then broke
forth In a tirade of abuse, concluding with an
order to stoop down and take a bite of the
crow, or be would blow bia brains out. Tbe
soldier explained, apologized and entreated.
It waa of so use. The Celvnel kept his finger
on tbe trigger, and be sternly repeated his
command.
There was shoot in tbe Englishman's eye
there waa so be:p for It and the stuttering
soldier stooped and took a bite oat of tbe crow,
but swallow it be could not. Tjp came bis
breakfast his dinner tbe day before, and it
really appeared as if be would throw op bis
toe-nails. Tbe Engllabman gloated orer tbe
misery of Ms victim, and smiled complacently
at every additional heave.
When be bad got through vomiting and wiped
his eyes, 'he Colenel banded hlmbie gun, with
tbe remark, "Now, yoa rascal, that will
teach yoa bow to poach on a gentleman's
inclosure.''
Tbs Yankee soldier took bis gun, aad the
Colonel might haTe seen tbe imp In bis eye It
be hid looked close. Stepping back, he took
deliberate aim at tbe heart of bis host, and
ordered bim Instantly to finish the crow.
Angry expostulation, prayers and entreaties,
were useless things. There was shoot then in
the American's eye, as there had been loathe
Englishman's- eye before.
There was no help at hand, and be took a
bite of the crow. One bite was enough to
send all the good dinners be had eaten lately
on tbe same journey with tbe garrison fare ot
the soldier, and wn lie ine tsgnsaman was io
an agony of aickness, Jonathan escaped to Ibe
American snore.
The next morslnr earlr the commandant of
Fort Niagara was sitting In his qnsrtere.whtn
CoL waa announced.
" Sir," said Col , "I eetae to demand,
tbs palhinent of one of your men, who
yesterday entered my premises and committed
a great outrage."
" We hare tbtee hundred men here, asd It
woald be difficult forme to know who it is you
mean," said the American officer.
Tbe Englisaman described bim as'a long,
dangling, stuttering, atoop-should-Ted Imp.
44 Ah I I know who yoa mean," said tbe
officer, "tela alwaya getting into mischief.
Orderly, call Tom."
In a few minutes Tom entered and stood at
attention, as straight as bis natural, build
would allow, while not a trace of emotion was
risible in his countenance.
" Tom," said the officer, "do yea know this
gentleman ?"
" Ye-ye-ye-yes, sir."
" Where did you ever aee him before ?"
" I-M," said Tom, stuttering awfuHy, but'
rrgaleis; the grave expression nataral to his
f aee : I d-dl-cH-dint d with hia yesterday."
We believe Tom was not punished.
tVnsltletaablc vredalne;.
The Htrald fcrnlsbes the following deterip
tIocf what It terms "marriage In high life,"
which oeetrrred In New York city Thursday
week:
Tbe wedding took place at the resMesee ef
the bride's father, Mr. Yanierpetl, In Madtsen
avenue. Mr. Yanderpoel is a wealthy and re
tired mer.-bant of this city, and Is a brother of
Judge Yanderpoel. They are one of the old
est families in this city.
Th: bridegroom is Mr. Jobs Yanderpoel, a
lawyer of this city, and It a member of the
family, although very distantly connected.
The bride is the eldest daughter of Mr. Jacob
Yanderpoel. They were married In tbe haute
by tbe Rer. Dr. Lathrop, of the Second AVa-
sue Baptist church. The brother ot the bride
groom acted as groomsman, and the fair sister
of the bride assumed tbe responsible peihioo
of bridesmaid. Tbe bride was most richly
dressed la white satin and lace, and were a
near! necklace said to be worth $1890. She Is
rousg, handsome and extremely prepossessing
In ber personal appearance, asd tbe happy
gentleman who was to fortunate as to obtain
ler hand was envied bis good fortune by all
present.
After the eeremonr tbe reverend doctor made
a mctt eloquent prayer. In which be Invoked
the blessing of God npon the young couple,
and hoped that be would give in era grace to
ester upon tbe serious duties ot life with a
proper spirit. After tbe usual salutations from
relatives and frends, tbe company retired to
tbe refreshment saloon, which waa beautifully
decorated with real flowers, which were in
such prof uilon that they bung in festoons from
tbe chandeliers. In a room off tbe saloon
were tbe various presents which badbeen pre
sented to tbe young couple. They comprise
splendid i liver and china tea sets, any quan
tity ef silver spaona and forks, bracelets, nap
kin rings, watcbes, and among them all was a
splendid Bible, on which was a plate with
their rrest upon it. The presents were ciiefiy
from their relatives, asd were too numerous to
classify.
There were one thousand invitations given
out, and the scene outside the bouse wasa very
spirited one. Madison avenue and the aids
streets for some distance were filled with car
riages, and it was with difficulty that tbe visi
tors came and went. The bride asd bride
groom Intend making an extensive southern
tour, and end with a trip to Havana. They
left for Philadelphia yesterday afternoon, and
will be absent some Vme. Every thing passed .
off as " merrr as a marriage belt" The day
was fine, the company ia ths best ot spirits,
dnd everything omened a happy Ufa to these
who bad been joined together in the bonds ot
matrimony.
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rft-M'
FOR ATTOlWET GCXERAa.
V. iM.irthimMlUiBiiHiBMTflAJ. D. EIJJH1DGX.
I u a candidate tie AtSsnuT 0erl ttr th Fink, Tklr-
teenth aad Fsnrteentk civiIOitUicu. te-i-
For Attornev-General.
We are asthetUed ta ananac KOWABO FICEETT,
I IkLm acatlidatelot AlterneT-Oeacral rr tit MrOx,
I Tka-teesin aad FoartaeatkOlvlrlHriricu.
anas
-For Attorney-General.
iSirrriy. BAXEBEAD It a canUdaU l.r U Scs f
AMagieT-Geaeial far tk. Tirtk, xnlrteentk aad rcr
teenttjCTil Dittrlcti. tel-ta
For Attorney uenerni.
TV, .re aukarlitd U aanaoac V. D. CO LIONS aa a
raitaidate far Attem-r General far tkt Hfth.Tkrrteeea
aad rwteealk OlvB DirtrWi. tep-tt
For Attorney-JencrnI.
WS ar adkarited ta uueau W. A. aaATasacaB-
dldal tot AliarsareaaraL far tke rafts, Tktrtetnta
aad aaneeirjiFH pltBci tew-ta
For Attornev-General.
I. V. BABN'BTT It acandldxU fur Attarner-Seeeral
fr tke riltk, Tklrtentk. and r.anntk Olvtl Dtttrkta
(SkalbreMatr, Teuauae, at tka eatalna altttlaa
tker.far. itl
For AttorneT-Oencral.
We art anlkarizad la anatuDaa JOHN Y. 8ALX aa a
candidate far ra-atectian ta'aieacSae at Atarsr-!aaral
In tka ftrtk. Tklrueatti and Fonrinntk Biatrtcta.
teS-dtwl..
-arr i,L?J
For AttorncT-cTeueral.
V tr aalkarlicd la annoeaca S. P. ElflLASTD-at
aeandidata far A!attngimaLirer rtrtk.Tka-
rwathaad
. DKtrlctt.
tal-ta
roftssienal Claris
J. I. CAOTBCai..E. M.
raaa..niEi rrBirx.
Carutlicrs. Terser &. TTIiIte.
ArrORKEra S'T Ll-vrTlfeeitilt. Tesaatiee Oeaa
in B:jtk', nniuiac. lal-lr
II. B.FOLK,
ATTOBJOCr-AT-LAW, afmenlt, Taneeatee. Sires'
nnaaat attention u oaenria all ctthM latraated ta
him. asd reaaitttnc Mac. ueMaartk aid fa OaR
Saara.
sutrra u Ban. J. r Qaratnert. Jast-sin
E. 8. HAMMOND,
.'iSJSTJ
WtJI attead te baataeat retmtted leMea in WettTen-
atea aad alarm aiitmtttot.
.Baler ta steam. Brew. Owan A Oa.. Veeaaklt. Tentut
Ueaars. BrMfat fcaUntaa, Xtaaaku. Venn.; Mr. Tkaa.
retera. Beat Battle Breter I Utaan. flr.ea A STteklt.
Attarnevt. Ritaer, Mm.: atettet. Jordan A aalaotL af nr-
rrecore,TeBn. jasa-irst
S. TV. IIOULAND. M. D..
TJHTSICIAV. SOBSBOX and ACOOOCHKR, matt re-
. spectral yteoeeri nia fearcatioal aervsre t tk
cnbtas at llrfflaaii. tad uar kt lansd at tke Drac Stars
ar If etart Cktadler A Cat,- Vara ttreet, edMatnl
oea-reuevt' uau,iroea io a. ar. war at , aurtneras
dar. aad at niskt at tea retMwe of 1 C. H-dlaad. as
M.jt .treat kelawTklrd. eale-desa-'-
JOHN A. PDTNET
ATTOSjrSTAT LAWwMi J. SDeWX WAIXXB. Xraa
. pkia, Tens. OOc In Wattcr'a EalhUax, X'i-t,
ecSa-ni ' '
CHiiutc ranitEUT..
FAItREIXiT
.n-.-'AKis w. niur;
& FINL.EY,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.,
Utile Hock, .rAonsns.
(Mr- UBia os jaarKham ttrta, text aoer lo
JacehPt Beak Sen.
Jui3-dir
DR. G. IV. LAWRENCE,
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN,
Hot Springs, Arkansas
TlKOMrr atttetta cirtM to cimbIUUt '.rittr
X irucUM r lTflitta as&rotvf A trpttii m tbn
fT3pertie th baVlftfi M tfe o M tfi WtvUrS M tn
yrrtMrtvUee. Rfrn mtHfmUy to members ( Ue
AawiCaXatMMtAHMaOlM. nrrVSaB
DR. G. W. ACREE,
DENTIST,
Court Street, opposite A. T. Wells & Bro.
A IX aperatlans artful gag with
XA. watt pattnia nam. aaariS tka :
afcutfet intaaer. Dttetara at tk remit
aad trrtk taorefttaUr treated. ArtiSat
tecui interted nfieu tke catst aseraved pttH, wKa suar
aatr. ttjd aw kaasaet. altter aid ar new, ttaed ta in-
aatr utpaatM waascanseaavca m ntruuitaOr aa aa
laafeatatWtail ataarlntC ' ubt!
Rice, Lnil.&Oo;,i
l -
RICE, LULL t?c CO.,
ARE OPENING,
ARE OPENKVG,
- - '- 'I fl' a f , (1 ?, '
f W goods;
SILKS,
CHALLEES,
rrtTrrtT ttt .to W'r
r "-poPLms;
GRENADINES,
ORGANDIES,
PaIEASOLS,
1
ETC, ETC.,- ETC, -ETC.,
-
bought since the
IiBCIjIXE is prices,
By their buyer wbe b stlil ia market.
RICE, LULL & CO., F
CiiAY BUILDING.
199 JUMY STREET.
aprt
Important to Ladies.
Tk OBAKD OrXICIKa far tke taaan at
f it e, veil jtrrz.LE.rnT,
ASD
FANCY DRY GOODS.
truika kaldaa
Friday, March 23, ISGO,
WM. SILBERBERG'S
niinnn!!m"nr Tfomniffil
tmrunium ur mmmi
HXVVSO Jatt returned (rem th Bait wkr I ae
lectrd m ttocX rrom u dirt t raru aad tker
Barapeaa lapartrra, 1 tax la ttatt ta tk ladfet tkat mr
fadlltjet far aaooraBadatiaa ara aaw treatrr tkaa rr,
teritocx more varied aad rtetaat, aad tk price, lea,
nwre moderate tktn ever.
Ia SILBXSalKG'S XMrOEIUat Of TASinOS niT
ba taaad tka laIRt aad saatt ratklaaakta
Boaaata, la rreack. Onto, Crip.. Straw, etc
fltti, la treat vartrtr, far Laetei, Xtttet aid Cblktrtn.
Fa Bit Soil andrvenek rsrrcrsvt IT T T 1 it a
Drati Sllrl.-bf Ibt'lttrrt Importitwat, an4 Trlmrnlari.
traitt Conlt, asckaa SwIsaJacUncta,UntnaandTaM
datnt.
XatnlSeaat XmkreMrrles.
Skirts. OeHin, Wtrrrt, etc
Geesia Lata afaaUet, Sl IX aad Eercf a Dealers, In
treat varlttp.
Talenclen Seta asd last, Xoclbli Tsrttd lac and
Kdatat.
rlct rreack Oortett, faacp aad pltla.
raratott, Skadet aad rant, at tk ctwitett aieda.
Carre aad X1U af tke keat ,aatUes.
Borv Siirtt, f tk utett aad Improved patents; aad a
treat many ametee laa tarn. rout aa aseniien.
DRESS ill A K 5 IV G.
Tka Dreta-ktaklaf Drtartmrtt la tbtl nprratmded
br ar aat MDSSLL. late t tk ttx aad wlaa-kaown t
UkUasaaent L Be Tan, win reatlna ta tlvt tka Boot
aaipt nrltfacttau is earner aaa Etnas.
ABTderarasniUraUadedtttkr thortKt notlea.
SeseaaUr tt place.
WX. 81UIBSE&G,
nrSO-Xm 18tXatnSt..apt. WartkaaaBouit.
SCDKIES.
1000'
. LBS SaflSkril Ahaaadt.
too box a. Kaiaaa.
tOfcaU-baat Baluaa
0 tjaarter saxes BAttlss.
100 Drama Ms.
Jut receivtd aad (ar tale lew kr
rLOtrRXOr ai CBAW70BS,
asrtaiaw y. 11 Trent Saw.
Administrator' IVoticc.
tTattno takm ant leuers of aemlaistratien ea tt
XT etute rt J. X. rittener, dtreated, April tens,
Ootitr Caert af naaekreasalr, 18S0. tkltltlaaaUraa
perwna kavina stslitrt asalntt ttld esut ta pternt
tkrm. dalr aulkiatlettat, ta prtvar Hmt, or tktr RI
at karrtd- AnVpmaa owtsf aaid attal ar rroattted
e nutajmnajitia tartatai.
tp7-lm 30VX B. WIU,
r. II. Sosmos,
lat of HanU-
lata at tke tin t A.
J ktsottwserrJiCe.
vlrle, JLlabmma.
K. ii naaiata at.
MONTGOiTERY & ROBINSON.
gSSSa COTTOS FACTORS
iS&B ASD
COMMISSION HERCHANT3,
IVo 11 Itladlson Street,
Successors to A, J. Montgomery k Co.
A1
LZ. oulraennia of CUloa aad etktr indne evvtrtd
tr ocen Mtarr at lunraaee. mitu wnwni-
ttrnr1.a
X. i. Vwtaomtry wBl act aa ration aaletmaa fcr ua.
nlna aoAinr UUreil ta T. II. Hoblntsn of at tra
of Jtulzsotrr a, KoMsmo, I ukt pleuer la reeoea
we Jar tk ana aa wortkr at u cotOJenc ot tk sen
ile, and nntxtul to dlackarst an tailaest tntraaud ts
them. latksa tetlriesrroakBslaoatl wnM tat tklt
rjertOBltT r rrttrnUe mr ilscer aaatt to tk pec
tor tkelr vrr Bkeral rainnace. asd will be foand a! u
caeo tt KoMoaorr ai BoUaaon, to totU all tk at-
"1 A. - 4tOtHa,rr -WiilT I J n
or.j-iawis x. J auxiwiaatii
Jttjolfa tllll -.
Ullala
......Chaa. It. Dorian, jr.
BOBIOXl
wq. corrox factors.
Cosalulcs, Esealriag, and Tsnrarlins;
.M K It C II .f .v TS,
orncz xo. is fsokt sow,
Oa SeooM Floor tt kfottir k Bast's BiUUsx.
JlKatPHIS, TESKESSEZ.
T AGOtXO aad SOPS and rtantatlen Sassllaa furaUb -
jj Hvm oumi ram.
S3- OonaicncMnu to sa will k iaasred, mien tker
wim lanrncxea. jooia-aawiy
Aia (kellaa .T. S. Janet.
-A. MaUkttt.
SHELTON, JONES & CO.,
Cotton & Tobacco Factors
Commltston and
FOEWARDIKG MERCHANTS
NO. 40 FRONT BOW,
MEMPHIS "..-.TEJfXESSEE.
rtASQ advmncv made an ekipceenta. Orders for Sag
vy aUSSapa and S wll.i promptlr filled. Cumala-
aian raraauiBa uauon,- cent per sa..
att-dawlv
J.A.Stale.....af.B,afltckeu......J. X. Salable.
SAJIPLE, MITCHELL & CO.,
COTTOS FACTORS g
Commission, Receiving and rorwardlDg
ifadlaoa fitxeat, Tare Door Xaat ol Ualoa Saak,
Memphis, Tenn.
aalltwir
S. M. OATXa A. K. WOOD..
.sc. arxstoarr.
GATES, WOOD & MeKNIGHT.
-3-D f t cr r
CO.U1IISSIONIEKCn,IVTS,
A'os. 285 Vain arid 5 aionroe street,
JdEJOPHIS, TE.YXESSEE,
iLeonto
(Mier White lead and Oil Cflnpaay,
sr. louis, no.
HAZARD FOtVDEIt COMPAJTY,
SZW TOTX.
B3ALXX3 IX UXSIXD, CASTOS, LARD ASD TBAIX
OILS,
JUme, Cmnt end Platttr Pcrlt,
Spirits Ttirpoutlno,
ASD XATAI. STUSajS UUUUU.I.
X tart stock at
Buaaui a, jiopjs ana tiw.ve,
With a ttntral atecx at
Plantation Supplies.
WE -will aaau ktre in tiara a Ursa itock af Ssa
WUCSS, BSAKDIES, QO ABJ. aad la fact trerj-
talax cjsjJit keet in oar lia or eetleets.
GATES, WOOD & MeKNlGHT.
aull-dawlr
PJLAiTERS WAREHOUSE.
JOHN ERSK1NE,
TOBACCO F A.C T 0 R,
No. 94 Front Row,
Msetruit, Txinr.
Cj AXXS ossiaieaca oa IfOKOAT. tlta, dar af assary.
aaa corniest weearr tkreoanaac ue teasaa.
ftis-dtwdin
CHARLES BRADLEY & CO.,
JTti.rcr.tCTVitEits' n up o t,
Tar tl tale of all tradca ot
YIRGLMA & WESTERN TOBACCOS,
99 Front
now,
MEMPHIS, - -
- - TENN.
Ill raoataatlr recei vise, and wtH aeB to tit trfa
XX at Ataanfactarer' meet, tk neat sratua ( rtr
aasaa ana wtttrrn Taaarcaa.
Aaaonc tkete xaty ba fand
Jti. L.CU7lor"t riot aU Birt, II to lit pood;
.. nretalnm patmca
rrrntb'a Ext. GoM Leaf, peaoti and 7t t
Ban. Fiaaklln, naif poaaa;
Boaktr It Era.', teperler "rlcarune," littt prem
BtlMj-k Booitr'a .. .. kard
.. "QttHFiln." .. ..
.. .. uarlvaltd "Leoomptt, ..
Vt. Onmstcmft - Cavradiik," Uskl pieitad t
. . . . roar Acets
Aatdertan'a GaU Leal, aaa cured i
TaMtt' Tlrttnla't Beat ;
XHcairt Bene Dew;
Va. Ban'aZX,ZZZ. ZZZZt
PBnttrtouatGo.'arMTTv'itl.lttatkt round;
Learned, freeman A Co.', Xalnra. Lea;
T. O. Tettan't, Sa cured t
CarraM't Saale," ponats aad It ;
OM Doralxloa i
.Laaraad 7raua A Co.r prtalesa Smotlet Tok
ASviacet saaae oelr an saodt la atare.
CHAS BSASLKT&CO..
A.7JnI7dlw!r 69 mat Bow.
ju r. nan it.-.
yOstZ, CR8ATX
BCKDI1T COOATE,
Commission Herchant,
AM Dealers la
Flour, Grain and Produce,
322 MAIN STREET.
IWCUriHS, TENN.
tj K hart tmv mi had, utl art? eratlifTtly rtti
Jrc. sHrcctttk vt PHrf Onn, Hr. Ott, Braa, Com
Mtti, 2tme( CBMan, tse., Ir U t lb Jwit market
prk mrlS-In MRDITT k. OHOATC.
Commipsioa, Receiving
FORVTDINC MEKCIIAIVrS,
General Produce Brokeri,
KO. ti FfiONT HOW. XsUCPSlS.
ASH 4wct matt ao oxalrvat ef GotHn. T
aVacoo, Bcoa a&d other rrwlac. X W!u WcTrtM
OS pTeMtOTa to ltBa1, f ftmtBViIlltl f MIU ot
uotf, orof n pvtciuny itM io, oesa-ea
JOBCLST SEYTER,"
j Cotton Factor, ffigjgif
RECEIVINC, FORWARDING, AND
General Commission -tfrrcianf, I
SO. S3 MAIN STKXXT,
.Tlemphls, Term.
Oet.B AGIST tar tka tale at KAXAWSA SALT.
O Crop an kind a fna tspplr of Biaxlar. Bopa, Iran,
I
h'arlt, Saxar, OasTit. aadQrocerlatxtnerallT. wktrb
k told at tka towrat Qarktl price.. jTl-ir
GEO. J. WIDKIG,
General Agent for the KcFark Ma
chine Works.
TtUCUIUK SUtWrr aad iVUbli 8Uim BetteM.
XT t&rta ta o htRkdrM borrc power OtrttrUr, Gtt
aai Volar 5tvw Mills. OirciUr Saw, Cut St! KM
IM Jimay saws. Saw UBmmtra, tic, etc.
TboM whs) BTuspeM reeinx St?am XisXis?! tatl OstlT
OastlUBsrfT, oa bare ibtlr wrslra a wH znl4t
IKtar at aVr prooal visit ts tat city. FiicM aatf tfm
eaa b at tU arraxced, and th qulltr ef an work ia
(attf Cturaalied.
OOca vita Vt?tn. Norm eat, VHioa It Carter, wio
ara aauruca w rcie rurrs ior a dot marAia
twkl. XO. S MdlOISOK 8TKBKT,
xar-w-l a. X rrapaia, Tmn.
At aectdntt will , kappen, even in waB-rezalaled
rasUlet, lt it verrdeitrabt toVkav torn ckeap and
ooartsjrct waj tar repairing rumitare, Tort, Crararrr,
ttarfe.
xpaloiko's rxxr-AXXD cms
Xertt til such rmeixeaeiea, and na kaoekoM can aawd
lakawilkaiitlt. lt la alwaj radr and up u th atlck-
Ibx point. Tktnissalacrer a ntceailtr (or Uaaptsi
chain. taUnter adrreeert. keadleta doHa. aad krokea I
cradlti. It it lust tk artldt (tr cone, akett and atktr
'avnameatal work, ta popular wttk laeia ot rtoaesaent
andtaaU.
TkititoiraHtprrrtTiUraitnjricoid.brinr ckemi -
caKT ntH la torauan, aaa iiaainiiin an ta vaiaaaie
acallUet at tk batt caktnet-aaktra ala. Xt aur k
attd la place ttt ardinarr tsacllaxr, belaf raatrr taor
adketiva.
"U3ZTCI..IS XTKRT TJOCSS.'
St. B. A kretk aoosrranlea cack kottle. rrlc IS
canta. .
WkoUtdU Depot So. 48 Order afreet, Arw York
Address.
nenrr C. SDaldinr t Co..
Sox Ka a,6ao, kaw Tort.
PHtnplordealrrtlacatetoHxUlDina rnr, fltkt and
twelve dJtea a neaatira litaocrapk akoward aoeom
nanvlBr eack packate.
tact coaia at fpauiart rrrpared Glae wis.
xr i.a imn iw unHHj w vtrj nooataaia.
SaM br an enalaeat autlanert. draaxlatt. kardtrara
aad rarnltnr dttltrt, trocert and (aacr ttorea.
Coeatry mrrckaatt tkoald make a n-I. af SpaVtlaa-t
rreptrtdOlu.wkessuaiunptkttrUit. ttwiiittaad
ana allatata. 111-4, wlr
CAPT. JOHN TRAVIS'
RIFLE AND PISTOL GALLERY.
The Only Legitimate Gallery in
tue sjiiiicu states.
mnt sndmltned take measure la inform far tka
A cttiseaeef Xtatptla aad tka adjacent country tkat
nia tpitaaM now
RIFLE AND PISTOL GALLZRIES
Ar now apea aad rradr tar tke accommodation ef
visitors. Tkrrar lartr.raomr and ttnttmr sued am.
ea Adams street, near second, nortk aid, star trertkaa
n&ut.
I will xtv letaona in tka pmer naa at bofb tketa
armt at dtfetisa. asd ikaB ta tud ta esnftr wtta tentle
men deatroaa of rectlvtas; mj lattracUana prrviena to
ua lermaoon ox ciauct, mr aojeci aeinx ta lapart s
knawledx at tk txlltral ca of Srearaa, qnlta aa murk
at to arra qvn mt,Hwua Ea.7.
Basra frame A, af. to If r. at.
mtlt-lm CAPT. laUK TBATIS.
IrClter Presses.
TCST tacelvad, a lart sapplr at Latter Fractal, tt n
J acprrUr tuHl. XI XC A WILLI All 5,
(til MS Xala Krttt.
Z. r. IfoirraoMsar-.,.
I A? ECONOMY! tA LA
(tyfl? BiapaftoEiJ 5 j
Jz SaTe tlie Pieces 1 ?J
Jrmjgtsfs.
SEEDS! SEEDS! SEEDS
DK A QXErCSr
WETHEEILL,
I
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DRUGGISTS
No. 335 SfALY STREET.
Below Oaten, west side.
GREENLAW'S BLOCK,
MEMPHIS, TBN.V.
1
FRESH GARDEX AtD GRASS SEEDS,
Irt DTERY kibty.
Osage Orange Seen
From tbe most reevaUe seuxes.
DrugElt I'liyalolans, Conntrr
Merchants and Planters,
Wka anrekaaa mtaerinto at aa seat tasr. sir
tm iwn tta "i rparwH ax anr nnunaaa.
In Qaality, Qaantlty and Price,
WE DEFY COMPETITION
W dealt tee nartteiiar aHentttuef rkralelint ta ear
Chemical and Pharmacentical
preparations.
Kw an naad tk ektlitil talectiaa tt
ferntmcri ana Toilet Articles
Ever kraaaM ta any atnSkun ar wertc rn saartet.
DEARIJfG &. WETHERir.T
WJ SIS ft-ata taraet.
I ' W. JONES & .,
Ifll O Ij M S JL JS
229 MAIN STREEET,
Nearly opposite to Odd FeHews' HH,
abb IK aacatrr or rsssa
illet Seed.
lAXDBETH'S GARDEN SEEDS,
And a aaatsleta aaaartment at
Grass Seeds, Red Clorer Seeds, etc.
OTTR STOCK OP
Drugs, dtlcdlclnesi
Cbemicalt, Paints, Oils, Per
fumers, Teilct Goods, etc,
IS LJROE J1TD COUPLZTE.
EJ-UXTJ5CAL 1SBCOIMXXTS afftrrd to Orantrr
DraaataU, aftrekaata, Itteiana aad Ranttrt. Gait
aad st sestet- sorts
TALBOT & lUNOf,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
340 ITIain Street,
PRoriys BUILDINGS.
DEALESS IN
Medicines, Cbetaicatt, Perfumery, Surgical
issuutaeats or. tae sattt naasa, ledl
else Caeeta and. Medical
Saddle Bart.
TALSrl-' 1 DAXCT-
STE13I TO LITERfOOL, CORK 1XD
ALL THE PRIXllPAL CITIES OF
GREAT BRITAIN A.'D TOE
C0XTISESTOPEDII0PE.
CALLIX6 AT QCXSKSVOWX. CORE. IRSLAXS.
THE HIOIVTREAIj
Mail Ocean SteassMp Cosiixinv's
firaf Claai, FtM Paw Oj Buiff Slraiwrr,
SAIL everr Silardar, troaa Portland, earrsizr! tka
CantaitnaBdlTntlaesuteasBttl aad patttaarrt.
Baaaariaa, Cast. Jaaat I Mara SVwUa, CtaU Btrlaad.
Bokraaua. CaM XcVaater l.tarlk AaierKaa. Ma.
KartkBritan.Ctt Ora sa.lCaaidiaa. (sow )
AnsteSaTan, BaltaUn "few ikro bafMtat.
Skartttt, CUaaaeat aad QatOatt Saa Pataat.
bates or r assise raox xxkphis to qBssss-
niwa era. uvAtu-aHitto
Flrlt Olaat, tcooraiaa taalaHtatin........aioa aad Slot
Slf.rttt. It. I wttk aaakad aratlHona 6
Tlctrta rraa Httniaia tt Cottar Urernoal tad kark.
rat dan. ttOSiMtzS
Steeriz. Saand wirk ttaktd srtvltttat.... ........ let
tVtftkklta.UtatvaalUltlaitaiditaM.... 6S
BijjsaassjsayAuaarsj m9 aa al9
rar frehrkt ar naittat aatttr aa tka Ottnaaav'a'tUa.rti
Af ea, SABBL It 3UARLK. SS Braadwtr. New Ta.t, IS
turriwrn, tavrvf av to u. uitmui,
uroeral Ttcaet AaraU
OfTICt Garat Baeat, Veaastdt. Tins, auzl.lr
SOMETHING NEW-!
TBE GREATEST COOKING STOVE OF
THE DAY!
The Economist!
WITH OR WITBOUl SAND OVEN,
jfAPrerACTtrsco sr
W. & J. Treadwell, Ff rry & fforton,
Of AhVxBr, New York.
THE ECONOMIST
WAS AWARDED FIFTH BN FIRST PRE
MIUMS IS I8t AT DIFFERENT
STATE FAIRS!
THS KCOXOanST at aaparatr ta tM otktr Storrt.
i la tke tkltaaes at iu cartas.
X. Itkaaaaaaatatatsarea. .
a. II 1 aawkia Starr, BwrfN?lt!i rksd.
4. i kakea Utt Ik aid tttkUaad arttX ert.
Tk Bmnasaltl at Starr and dataklt.
Tk Sitwomttt tt aaaafraatr Stttd.
Tk BataataM ka a aaw pattat tratnot autre,
n Batnaaaltt ruiatltn all ttt tal asaetereseata.
Tka Xeaaaattt la iluitli In Ma caaitrsktsa and rtrr
aatur maaaard
Tka Baaattnitt it taaaatf tneas aaa antral ute.
Tk BantanrlK It til I tal nil tM Pa tMrtr-ot at tk
drStrent Stalet.
B"a ana will psrekaa a Slav aatsl tker kavt exaalned
THE ECOIVO.T1IST.
CH ataarrtart aad itt a kook. detcrlpalv at TBS
ffTnvnvii? .a wa m win a..M.r ts.
Slvs. Tu w and laart tkt lart"! vartetr r
CoklBg aM Heating Stores,
xint Slieet-Iron & Co tiner "it are.
And verjtklnx aopa'taialux tt tk t attain In tk
w ana keep ea nana ana
Wltk exteatlae tap tar kat water, wkka la tk ne attest
Stave take foand in tk Soath. We kava tke extensive
rlxkt for tk sale af eetk tke above Stovot, wklcb cau
sal at oktaUtd eltewker In tkt citr-
Bepalrtna' aad JakMnc at 18 kinds dan preopor
and wait.
DOaTT reESET IU ciALi
BAFFAURAN-a & STRATTOX,
aVor. 4 and o juourot smtt,
rartS-tas KBatPHls. Tsory.
IF. JP. JjEWXS,
CORNER OF
Main and Monroe Streets,
JIEMPHIS, TENN., 1
.tr . .r 17 r .1 c r u re it
OF
Saddles, Harness Bridles, Bags, &c,
AND JJEAL,t;iL3 Ui
Xaoas,-t23.oxriB.
Saeu aa sxlrtief, ntrarta. Salt. Bid), Calf Skla, ra-
teat aaa au&aifKu wiuin, m.
Catttrs, WMpi. H.mrt, tutu, sumpt, ajc, me
SHOE FINUlKlio,
8ADIA.ir,
HARDWARE,
TRUNKS AND VALISES.
PLASTERING HAIR.
-a rr saaaafscturad wark I warraal, aa t emptor nans
iX kat tka beta werkatea aad kara na Bead t ttlt at
rw. t mrnt seklat saa raurt la. Xr EoodBOXI
XADC TfrBt: l wsip and spar enauk ts drive mrkusl-
om, and I was tea at a rtaacBtat praat, aaa aa
AaaT. CaBaadteatarrvtervM.
ew- XM aratrt V luu a.m, w . ui. iMKai.
tia.
tr.p.LXTns.
ItVaawlr
Slpi af tk Six norm.
wiii! inns
SPRING GOODS
J. W ALE.EE & c 0.
NO. in STREET,
Opposito Odd Pello-ws' Hall,
A xr raat m reettX at n purtUa at tkair Ipriat-
AA. taaast, tiatiiiitr laatnat
LADIES' DRESS GOODS!
stunt.
LAWSS,
SKlaSSS,
rnrvrti
tTO.Mimj tiaau aaa astttueg,
QLOTSe,
aosinr,
seer stiars.
STB., XT&, XTfl-
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
CLOTHING,
Oats, Caps, Boots, Shoes and BrojaBS.
O0R CLOTUINO IS FEOM
OUR OWN rflArVCFACTORY,
X. Ill StrtkTktX Street, nitlililfkli.
ASD ZevAL TO THE IX5T OUSTOX XASI.
wa tavtta tk ittmlinn
Of Planters, Co mi try Blerchaats
aaiau aaa Ter ATarJers.
xatSaadnatatetwecaaaearanitn aarekutpxaru.
ut-,T Jfa. 117 afain ttraat.
DRY &OQDi
FOIt TIIE JULLIOIV!
CLOTHING
For the Rest or tbe World!
M. SIMON,
10 HAIN STREET toe
OPPOSITE CLAY BUILDING,
I invajatt reeterad ataraa tJ .luai...!
Aivnv mv fifionsi
Or Every J"arlely ana Texture,
To wkata tka alii ill.ii arts, t u. i. l.-m..
r!'jJilir2,'T."?"K . a kaaar tto at
'ZfLl' a.'1 .PtrOapdaltalaaaa. aad dent- Tv
aeauanc n mtXt. aajirtt. tar., awt. iz... .
isavtaat, trettwetMi Tnata, rtt.
c rr atrtaanh, Btrtr Traders
and rrddlata it retsaciratlr talkitod
H.vaac sar am Ui.nlirt.r. . r x.- n- -.
-'i miivwi.. rraaasivaaaa, ana rtatdaa at ate
Mock katnr kanaat tar raa?. T . 7T: .J, 1
taaatw tke ataK taaataaa taraa ta aiaaaac u.h.
X. sixes.
V. Itl V.lB ...-
nrn On arte tk Clav Snrlttma.
MEMPHIS
Variety Store,
No. gTTMaln Street,
TRASSBRI & LINK
Lt
NEXT DOOR TO. D. WILLIAMS . CO.'S
rpHB undaraaiaed wttk u tall tka aaanttan at tka pak-
i". m.k mih rwaaat aaa weu tlolad atutz.
aattttlac la lart at tka Stlbw-artlata rM
BesaM Dres Trtaaantast;
tttrgatat atraaena sar oa
Gaieona Sar Daatara
CaleaaatarTravataas Brett;
Tattatt at arerr dttcatsalta aad rtfte
l?ajra. OraH aad vrarttadt
Xaart An j. Silk aad Caaaioa;
HaaaraUtrr. raltarna aad Canvaaa;
GaM aad salver Thraad, Braata, Otlooe Taaatta aad
IrlBt-eaiGaadaadStrrertUnaadOriumaata. A cms-
raetaatiarUBent at ererr artttte keteuwx ta tsa raa-
braMTltn. BotitTr Ladirt, af Itm aad CkHdreVt
Htaa at vetr varletr. Ladiai and af iatea fitaraa aad
uun am aiiatrft' ttu r Cafiara aad Sleeve!
iaooaet, Swaa and Liaaa rtsonrtect; Xdrtac aadlaaeru
a tatsa aaa araaaaa ar rterr atrial Haad and
Staad ktirran: rawaart. (Sutta. fMU. f. au.
tI'V7?ZH' " eetrttsOoeaj XIuti.aat, naatlaaa
-V"- " "'. w.-t, i ran. aaaaa aa atrial
Battaaa af every tktp aad datervatltu, aad a tkauaasd
aUStreat aitictaa too nsmrrao ta m..ti-n
rixtttular attention la cased t aur apltadM aaaort-
TRAVEIJWG BAG,'i.
., SaUcnlaa and Ladlat Oemptakaa.
Also tk Sara auartaeatef
WIUMn BASKETS,
f vtry deaenaaaou ever kraacttt la atarktt.
Travttiaz Baaktta, Xarttt Baakett, CUtkn Baakltl,
Oianer, Trail aad rancy Battelt, Vark Bttktta aad
SUadt, Xarterr and riawrr Batteta, WilUw Carrlatat
aad rnfant Ckaira. Tka larratt aad matt icsast atatrt
mantat r.TF.I.VT C.iltltT.IGKS,
two. farre aad tear wkeats. at tverraite aaddtaeris
tian. Sraala aad easkie aatt wtB ka aold cktancr taaa
vtrtwraralnVrainklt.
Fjsnura tackle,
riakjax Bocka aad lia. aad Batkeit. Spaetal aunstou
ItcaBad t OT tnlrailM aa-artment at
iv.1 .rs.
ftaaatrrVeTekaati aad Jaara trW fttt-e ca9 aai
IXAHiia- aw ttatk ktfar awakaalex tlacwkar. aa w
tr auxiana ta mat uttfaaara.
Wl STBAS5KB.I a. Ujfr.
was. a. lorrawtarn, w. w. saxes,
oto CTCATHAS, LaU at BantrrlMa, Ala.
lata at Beaslaa A Oa., Ktakvta. a c aaisur,
OT BraaHrr, STtiaoo i C-, K. O.
HAVE ASB00IATSO THIXiSXTZS TOflXinxS, TO
HOAX IXLOWITB
W 11 O ua E S A Ia E
DET GOODS
AND
CLOTHIEG TRADE,
IN THE CITY OF
METirniS, TEtVTVESSEE,
tmviX JTAXI A.VB STTLS 01
SOUTHWORTH, HAHCE& CO
AT 1C3 3IAI.V STREET,
Aad vB mat It te toe laternt of Xerakaataat tilt
tatraaudSK ceuntrjr to dttl wins tkaa.
SOUTHWORTH, NANCE & CO.,
Kep tar sale at price eacanarlex (avaraktr wMalaar
atatitt saui ustfte state.
FMCy&STATLE DRY GOODS
PORKIGiSr
DOMESTIC MAKE!
JT-JiCfe Cootts,
Plantation Goods,
Hosiery,
JVotlons,
Wrapping Paper,
Umbrellas,
XIo op Skirts,
Bonnet,
Bloomers, etc.,
163 9.AI.Y STREET.
163
Between Ytrtkaa Bees and Overton Ret!,
XrXTHIA, TXKX.
S100 Ileivara.
TJ AN' A WAT from Ike sakacribtT, Itrlat ab-ut
3t
At tea muet rrtm rnuaera' caaeea cauatr,
atiM., on Bhi Ma J atr, '.SSJ. mj D-rro man XXI,
SOK. XX tears U. caoner color, larra wkltttrt.
nifta ckeeka. em staaH aad lfttcoad, wtiaktnt akaat ISO
paadt,anl akaatSftu t ar 10 inefcra klaa. Tk tald
aetra staaaaatra a naoa etai wnea laixtnc, aad ware t
tae na. n. ini conoa paass ana e&irte. t wiu urt tn
akwr Mward far tk apprekanatan or daHvtrr t saat
neaT, or bus ctnnncaiaat in jtri soicaa ratktaa.
jonx srooDAU,
Cidr Plak P-. O- CaJhoaa aocalr.
PP
VOLUME XI
PHencs
WOOD, EDDY & CO.'S
GEORGIA AND DELViTARE
GRAND CAPITAI. PHIZE
SlOO,OOOJ
Tho Extraordinary Drawings
ttt wuutj. atser sl oa . .
wit! take otace In mL ".l. '7A
n.-. rwii. T7.T
Sjtwua j, Fteruarr 23,139.
Class W6 draws Saturdav, Mareb 31, lStd.
Class 294 draws Satardar, Asrtt 3S. lstML
xxAXt-r trtfs rxitx to 1
avaur-m
rTtroTwrjta.
urana juxiraorainary racing,
to taxs saae aa aeav tpttastd.
ONE GRAND CAPITAL PRIZE OT
SIOO.OOO!
IrrUtii... laAeoo lOJrelt'aat..-...tljaot
t - Jtvooo l-o ...... SOS
s .......... moos a lea
s H .......... aon ss " it
s " tjxo ti - ...... ta
3 " 4.000 SS " ...... M
s " xooo tsis - as
1 tfiOO SMdO - SS
It, let prixaa irwmillin ta..... .........
WBOLZTICXXTt,t; KALTIl. W quABTZU,$p
anwfiTwt, sx.au.
artMcat-a at rartteaa wlfl aa M at tea riiBtaloo
ra-n. r u imm rata :
CattrStaUaT fuaut at 5 vrkala Tfcktta..
2a B.ir - ...... lOk
" 2 Csaarur " ...... itM
staiatk - rr.ar
The Ordinary JJratclnas
Ot -Taod, svsdy at O.'i Sinsl Xasktr latstrias waa
us ptaca, in piawt. aa raiatwti
Class i3 dravra on Satardar, Feb. 4, leXe.
Class W draws oo Satardar-, Feb. 11, ifm.
CUas 69 draws oa Saturdar, Feb IS, l&ft.
Class 61 draws oa Satardar. Feb. 9. iStH.
Class 62 draws oa Saturdar, Matca 3,
Class 63 draws oa Satardar, Mareb 10, VSetl.
Clasa 64 draws oa Satardar-, Mates 17, 1868.
Claai 63 draws oa Saturdar, March 34, IMaV
Class 66 draws oa Saturdar, Marts 31, 1668.
Ciasa ta draws oa Satardar, Asrfl 7, 1869.
Cta is 68 drawa oa Satardar, Astal 14, IS.
Class 69 draws oa Satardar, April 21, IS.
Glaas 79 draws oa Satardar, April SS, 1864.
kzablt esrs raise sr an nixsticcsb.
Ordinary Drawing-,
Taaofcoaitiia .t.lmia ta.a
Oae Grand Prize of - $50.(B!
rrte..... ..rsovono l I r-rt.. im,
t - "
au rratea K. ......... bos
aoao
m " " ........ tea
wo aee
km " Mr
ko - - we
APPROXIMATION PRIZES.
I rrkmat t ISO Aprta-lta ta $0,030 rHia ar. l.SEO
" soo - tsjxa - Lssa
a " 360 - leyieo - lyooc
t sas - a.oto -
" 389 " tvsse - see
- ho " s,o30 " tee
" aaa loo " too
te - au trt
I, AM pritaa tintaamtta .................
TThole Tickets, ?10: HalTei, $3;
uumiart, ova.
CirtaSltli at ractarea In na OtavatrrBrawsaat win
aa sot at aa lassowiac fate, wanes la tka vttK :
arttftateaat rackataat H Wkaa Tt-trt. tfi
ranaai ..
"t leoaarlar ..
" " MaUtkth - te
a,.v, tttr, titjy aitTiciavrerrriuicairai
lnttntl tkaaataaattat aaanartaoar addraat far wkai
paawianiapuTanatal aama tka LtHarr ta wkeaa pan
wttk tt tavtttad, aad wkatkar ran wits kiln, tftlm
Quarters ar afkaaa. au racarat at waatk, wa tttat auat
araaraa. ar am atan, tatttaer wttk tka aeaeea.
IstaitMilt trur hfe. drawtnc a nrtntad Brawkaa.
earttSed ta kj tk Oamntlsittnwt, will ka taat, warn aa
Purekaarrt wttl strata wrtla tkete ttaauturea aaiK.tad
sit lartr rvtt vnxa, t.aaavj aaa mate.
rt-AllnaaitiinlitltiiiitttrlaltTriaitsraaiT
Ej-AIlrriaritd tljxn aad -rtrr nH Inwirrliltrr
after tn drawtnx aVer prate at tk u-aal UVa. at
wrvr aart.
tf Wood, Iil7 A Po.' lattrrMaar draws at Aa
rart. 6a. aad WUeataaaaa. BaUwara.
Order far Ttckrtt ar CartlScaaat, la ka dta acted ta
taw, lost at CO., Aasutta, ataraaa,
.ruOO. XBOT A OO . Atlanta. ttatTSta.
r. -TOOO. BSOT A CO.. WIBaHttan. BaUwar.
Ercimlara coautalas Scknoaatarae maaakwaN
aw. rf a ar traaa.a. a addrevtar aa akave. 1.T7
Tlie Adams Express Company
TT71LL tan. aa Tkartdtr, April Mlk aext. kr aarUtti,
TV t tke ktakrtt tlAln. ta par aatt aad ektrxta, ts-
leasprevtaaaiT taaad tar. Mm renewtnc detcetked pack-
atet, ta-wtt:
packaa. AOaa ta. Tackakera. Xlat.
1 kax. At.matar t s..aamiatwa.Tana.
t ptakatr. Ami 9. B., Besaakts, Teas.
1 earpet-ktx, Atuatt. IT r..
1 .. AttnT.
1 pacUaa, Saatd Trade,
J .. r..r A.,
1 ter, Bryaa ur. A..
1 patkttt, Bamttrtrn X
1 .. t-tHrj a.
I .. BrtdfardX.
I Etuited ar. X.,
1 kox. Bader O.,
1 valtt, Braca B-,
laax. te Bern Ota,
I traax. Btke I..
Ikax.BaasaaJ. X.,
t paekat, Sakar X. J., Lamar. Xt-t.
1 - Bsuatta7B O, Akrdta.Art.
1 .. Barktata r. H.. Gataa.Xtta.
a utaaaa a. x., HtEoantt.
1 .. Ckate J., ..
1 kax, ttrawtard ST
1 aarpatts. Staadtfl U,
1 pa-z, oa.Bbrn s. 3f.. ..
Seajtsta.OtrW.B-, -.
1 pactaaa, Garry sr., trM Back, Art.
t kox Strl X. B.. Kartetta, Ark
1 trnak. Saak A, tlaad Walar. Xlaa.
1 pacta-'. CklUm A. Brkaala, Xlaa.
I kax. CSeesatal C, Xemaeis.
t pactaaa, Baaaaa L.,
t kax. Davit ft.,
1 pattas. Brer S. V XMCaw.
I Brtrett J. BXwaikat
1 .- Bdttar ttaartsa. Lttrt Batt.
1 rraetatia E. A., Xesa.
1 .. rtMkar G..
I .. r.ttou X. il.,
I rw.ry. o..
1 If BUbi'i FaVsasurtftA TT. Key
1 PsMat-attS HlMUIJ QtM ,
I tm, Tnfmon B.
1 tkxev r.imwrtm
1 Wf,rr. 9 7.. BfWtfkart. XH.
I Vr-rfTfH, riMm Uf9 , Ucftt, TtaMt.
1 ACkAfe, m In. B XtsyM.
I .. Strrfaj
f f.A l iat saw at
t"wsrri eWaaa
1 P fe4Xa Otaatwf A. .d)
lkax,fiareHw J., ..
lpaOeahttair.A
1 -. Sarar r.
I .. 13.1 111' B. 9.. ..
1 ktrtrt, 0aM t.
t paakaee, Orakaaa Xra r., BeatanaWe, Art.
1 kax. OeWer J. S.. Xarrsvtjle, Xtta.
lpataaae.gaataJ..Xrniskls.
1 .. Hsatt . B , Lattsaee,Tenn.
I Btlrnit V., Mm tail.
1 .. BeeaaaT.,
1 kax. Bawktse V. G.,
ltHartal..
1 pattata,t;S. B.OtaUaaj.Tanu.
I JaaeB.B.,XrtaMt.
1 JtatJXadttB.Att.
t tax. Kettr BntarpasM-Xlat.
1 pact tar. Laaaa. Teaaf AOt.,Xniskls.
t - W.J.,
1 toa, L- a.
1 - LatfdV.A
1 paakase. Xatee ST. C,
I Xaettt X. ..
I .. XimsatXirr A..
X XtereJ.T., ..
1 Kcabukin A. rB,
1 .. XtBaaMS. a,
I vtu... VaB-3.,
I .. XtKwinxB. H.,
t box. Xrrrttt I,
1 pataaa,XHcarai J.T
tlaea. Karri. O. B.,
1 kax. I treat, XtDiaataak C.
I tar. Xattar Xet. X.
I pattaet, ulBar O. B.,
1 A. C.
I XlaWr S. A.,Mb. Bltav, Art.
I Vt)ttttaarri.,tlatle.Alt.
1 .. XiaM..Xtstti.
1 Xtrtta W. T., lxttn, Xtts.
I kax. Kaka X r,Xtm,kt.
ltasat, aasaaft.
1 pattttt OaienB.fi., ..
I stadia, OMkiaa J.B, ..
I pttait,twau JtStokaa, Bin Ita.Mba.
I r.frr H.8..X!Wkli.
t .. rttaes J. 3..
I .. rartnanXltaw.,
t .. ratae Jock,
lsa,Faataaex,
1 kax. Far j. B.,
1 PtatatStet Jna., ..
1 taa,rrlaasp,J.T,aaKUttarTe,Tras.
1 kax. Pitas i J , ., Banslndtti.Tta.
1 pactaaa, raa B, X .saataa. Xlts.
i pacta 111. JUtarr B. Xetapstrl,
1 tarpt.kac. BaM sr.,
1 parkae., BattBaauJ. A.,
tkraak.BUaata.B ..
1 pattasa, ll mi X8. 1 It
I kat, Seatt-vr. T..
1 pal, Seata. B. J.. ..
Ikx,SoatkreaX..
X .. SkMaeayX., -.
1 earpet-tax,StMa X.
1 ptk.ta. Satttk J.J. a 09.,
ttraat. Said B. X., ..
t kex.SaBer J. B.. Xtrrelaa, Xtrt,
t pattu,Tkamntnw'.BXtmpklt.
I Taraerur. K.,
1 Si aat, Travta 8. A.,
1 paktf.TkaalrX.,Skadp Stave, Teaa.
1 aax,Ba0.r.. Kaaciaata, Xlat.
I kax. watt C.. Brawaataa. Alt.
1 taaajar. VaMs D. 0 Saapta. Xtu.
1 WMlaaMett Xra. J ,la8reat,
1 kax, wtta B. J. Gaetan, Xbw.
1 .. traad J Xrmakla.
I saatt. XSB.r 3. B , XtmpMs.
3 boxet. nj J. U.
X pickle f, WauHtociea Bryxa k. Q., UerspiisJ.
1 .. Tln A
IbsXpTerfrVf.. t .. Tmviiiir J.
rwl t uauiMinem ittt mttai btm avttJi XtntA.
$tSUWU X. O. OAT6Z & 80V.
AMERICAN GUANO.
FROM
JARVIS & BAKER'S ISLANDS.
"TTTX ar tk ateata at tale plat hr B aa; at tkia
VV clooratrd aaaaa. Tka appHea noa af soo pouada
par acts aa cattou land kaa lacreatad aa riLl ct cotton
Ttr iwi paowt . acra.
XcSs-TT, TSOTTXB A BAIUT,
A Xrtls
ttktSawTa XHpkU.Tras.
To tlie JLcunes.
"X risa XcCLOJr.IT pectteatr Inbrm tka ladlat
iu as Jtrmpata aaa VKiairf aatt an la now prvparaa,
want irrettea aa ua anortau noct, waa aeamra
aad dttpatck.
Baama.XlX Xala street, tat ten TJasen aad Xear,
spotll Speed. Donate A Str-nxa'a. nwts-tm
PURIFY THE BliOOD!
MOFFATS'
LIFE PILLS
PnOE.YIX BZTTERS
rxzx ntox au. xixsaAt -
Frest Sererela, trkert.Saarr,. "lV'f
Atu. tk. ttmttta - tk. U j;Jeltuwrraj
taallkias. afttu remariax. ta t If i'Z",TZJ"t'
et taeta atumdlttai.a.Tie vjr -ZZZiT
tkaktonl. SUlaaa rtvrrt, r.'r J!- "CT
19 UIetr TOa'S l""!1 - r - n
CO. Ataatt, Xtmpkla. Jrtl-tm
- TUMBR 90.
asAaweoe. . w. stauiasuxB
HAKtTOOD & aiAn.tlADIJHE,
WBOLSSACI SMCSBS,
FtKwanHag aid Gmm CtaaicB
.UERCMT.YTS,
Cerar o Levee aatt WaektBgtsa Areaco
ST. LOOK. MO.
W'"-alT pranapt iwioelautatkataraanaralnaed
graOaaa aaaaaap. was W aat atdata aar V tat.
rintttant and Bale Baa wtlh askaaaas at tt k.
Btartta rata, t
apt-rlawa
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11 awctK sa l s. Klrttand. Saa,
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and
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AND
co.n.mmio.y .yiEiicn.t.rTS,
No. 77 yvotrt Row, Metsfhss, Tetas.,
snaa ar tka Bra Haa.
HATST Htaa tally nw tale - lore aad watt attarKd
atotC at IsaMaeaMtsW. SacjSOttn. CTtS AKS tad rSO-
BCCB. Ordrra arfatctad Sar Flwtr. Part. S.ita aad
rrsatar fi al ttltatlan rtMl. nn laam iSi tdOaU
Danghtrey, Noroom & Co.
I'ayatltit tad "Saaltiala Brtlcri Sa
FANCY GROCERIES,
Foreign Fruits, .Tula,
WIWBfi, IJQOdkW, eKAR6, ETC., ETC
Bat Fans atittr at tka
K-atHoky Jeobey CInb Wliltky,
M. CI AtW Strut,
sctwzzs riatr xr r ostrx stszzts.
SeMlat
t. LOcria, uteaTBH.
........ .a. b. euaaoat-
AnArcws c Gllsson,
GROOEES
CO.VJtri88HJAMsERCri.t.YTS,
Je. Mt Xatu I
. XauaaHBS, Tatprar.
TsTft itusatd. a tniln tttat Xww yafk Battar aad
tt onuit A'.w. Ortrna pars, aatt at
waaSk wtatka-aM aa latitat taaataaa tea and.
'tiiii iiailiailrtttaaatsatlarlltai sal
ttPtc aa ck.ap a. any srta ka t
AHatftaa K
einaxx x. nosttccB
MACXAOT sstaxjuia
ituti it. tattr
a s. sersa sr sat tti sa st
SS m asUJS TdP U U & .
BERTHOLD.
V AND 136 NORTH SECOND STKEE1
St. Lett is, 9Ie.
mm i w mi
I8 6 0!
boots and shoes,
TRDSVES, VATaISES,
CARPET BAGS-
STe an nw icttsat aar SFHM aed suTXXH
artvax t SOOTH A3i atataSS, ii i ii kxtaaneaaat
aaaatm asvvsjajvaranBaassvsVsj araVWrUI IBn
L1DIES,3IISSES tt ClftBRBSS' iTEAR
ALSO,
UEKTS, DOTS AND YOUTHS',
OC Every Pattern and Variety.
E3''e Mfeesalkr arttka tkt attentats el OtpSMTST
XSaaKAXTS la au tnawtitlta t Mr ttatt ktfar
-VTALLACE i TAX rnUL
Stt Xala strtat. Brsaaata. Btoct.
Yotice.
TTTX. MWaaaViitttt J uiaailtsttud 1
TV Slliakul Xaaaaaa. ttvo ataat taal I
w was, at aar Satrrkaat I isdaas. racarafl
tadreeeaaSarsarratSltrteapaaMr tka Xtnv
pkaa aad nttata Baat Bari-aad, and win aa rrif iiuaVIt
eaul rria.p.'ted aeraao ska rlvar, aaa-
icapted. vr win tt iterant ta
tar all fralaM tkaaord aw taad
saad far Xraaaksa, aad win caaver tka taat. aetata tka
stvev, P. I 111 ttailtaill ar tka arrrral af n I iskl aad
aaVttcaarsta. BtCUARDeuK A XTSHtaTT.
X. B. wa nare a Ursa aad mmmiHUai Mat far tka
wwatattt. alX-ly
GRAND DRESS SOIEEE,
TO BC aiVBS BT
Dwtas LJg8 ef tk Sm t( Marts,
at tux Jfarx xsxrais tsxatsb,
OX MONDAY, APRII, 1G. 1S60.
Gtufesut. OMtxniss or a b r a Ne-3f un ts
' Hal. X. Heat, V. B. rtitaiirt. K. X. Ztrfep, J. B.
XeXtaaa, J. P SWtack, 3. X. Saack, X. D. aatt. .
t. Pa.ta. Csaaria. Pwaatr.
OwscHmau or utTtTAnow-j. a. Butter, sr.
H. CUtaaB. O. tr. t- Crat. S. P Baa. g.B. BUStid.
ilf. S.I.. B. L.Saaltk.K.P' etsSM,&n. . Br
a, J. arara Wattar, A. r. Xarsaa. J K. Bwaa,0aA.
J. Otaltt, X. Tltstktr, Whs. Apperktr, J. T. Tlitii. 0.
XAHSX OT CBBBVOKM3 AXB ASCANwS J.
R. naaaaaaWa x C . Jana Clrt. Jr., R. tr. lrtsaaiw,
A. a. war stack, J. X. Katttr, w. X. rw.ali CaarW.
Braator. mfts-sd
LOOKING-GLASS STORE.
F RBE HAN & CO.,
rar. It X. ntBXXAjr, XtaMtrt, Ttavs.)
HATXrtda aaatr, ass Xatu tttaet. (Ptvta
Staat,) If i iiisSUi, Taan., wkera kkar wtB taatta
tea aWt Xialtiaat. TW and Xaeate Xiraata. aril.
pltan attarafatal Olattaa, at all aitat, Gntttan, sar-
asta rattralt ana raster rraaaaa lart. vtntssaa
saallin , tM aad m aar atta ArtMt- xalarttat af
Our Silt Wait, aad Bit la
Xi meals, wa ataad lataiit kr
Maa
utasaia, aad ar taastae ta inrsnaa aur watx ta
aatatwta wa traU, I'talt na ta"sat taaWitilia na
aaasy lispnl. sr. Uatl and kapatataartt nVapaatan.
tt.ac ntaa tw titanj
X.S. OM rrxilaxt tad TraMLa Bttt-lt r
patntilswa triaataad. wO-ladaw
MADAME PARK,
331 .Tia In Street,
TTATINSJ rataraad fvata tka aottkan etUrt,
AA waaat tttotrtraiir aaiaat a can tratn
Itdta at Xeaapkae aad vttlalty. ta fanaiat
'40 awBCataTal avwUCa faasaBBap VsrvVMwaunnft SauT
MaWflery aM Straw Ge4s,
Ladles' & Misses' Stratv Bonaets,
Ot ttarr aawrptatni Ckikkea'a Batt, fate, rtatt.
naaaaaer. Saatar Bawls, tea. Paacr rssttS Batttat
tad plajal.tika itwrat tram ftrtt tad ?fw Tart.
FRENCH FLOWERS.
A aaa sisttlsaisl. ttltettd wtaS araat eat. exarrHtw
tar tka imattr trad. Alan, a Sa utmlni tad at B
kraaatfttaand Laea Seta, atrtkat, T.toaaiian.. B4-
tktetpaaatTaltaltaatsCtp. Stat aad Uwxia-
tala, aad Butter af averr desrr attaa.
Xt ssiH.a tka aaawa wttl ka taaad a wtS rantarltl
Dretaatataaadevaisaisnt.wkara adtta wan Sad tktar
rert tlKaSld ta with atatnttt aad toapakh, aad la
eaanectaanwtslk Stand aatataBtnt itlirrttn t Bres
Ttamwiiasa 'Terr rtitutftJrr,
mna-aawsau xabass rAsai.
NUNN & CLAM'S PIANO FORTES
rt SALX BT
F. KATZEVBAOH,
Ar tka Tarltvr 9ev T ASLN'Ota As
. Bses.IS Xatu atreaf, south af
Barisx peaeaxad th at a tract ak
akove wett tawwn aad tuseritr tanrw.au. I tear
arm tataeuutWc ai StrVI ittaM pease. Traeaea
andttatapptlrdatnernrale. OaS asd txaulsUa
tae nwtr arrived Ut at rtaaat.
Praf eraar EatuanaiS wOl atntlntw a ttra I
linli iiitnttl aad -vacal sasaat aa knttstar
awM-Jas
No. 3SA Main Street.
(Ortr SJaxs TlnStcrtJ
PAOtTK or xtsst sssesLrTlox sostx ts
tmj dsilrakt maaaer Our
B003U PAIXTIXet AND BEtMSATOS
t.tt ta taat tka moat aaatcuH aantsaas. ur
sws rAiimss.
uanaaanii.lv aaa
la ccBdactrd kr tk kett artarta la
GRAINING AND JIAHBUNG
i I ml. n H.l m, l, 1 11, at. a. ... ml,., mmitum
oar worlBs-. tr-Mketil .rlliati at taaa,aslf w
are temper! PfJ aaJneaxerainiWa aiswirlse.
nrsoaai hhbuw at11 a w . -
rt. mi muu ltraOMFXKaa tMnnaa-arCH
SMITH & CO.,
coppbr
aDISTILLEDl
whiskey
St. Louiti, Mo. J
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