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THE MJSMPBIS DAILY A-PflgAL TBCURSDjY, ABB3Xfr, It), JL86O. 21 r '1 lis tt MEMPHIS. THimtDiT, s : : : : ai-jiii. is, iseo. Seeding Matter on Every Page Largest Circulation in the City. cmcrtfnm or baut jutsu 1.824 euefums w svdh isims 2,200 msenAnes er tsi-whsit 520 eamxaas or -bkxi.t. -3.000 bbc Finsx rra fodbtii paces. THE DIXaOCKACV OP THE TBHTH DlSTltlCT. After 'ztwtttmtat with a stwber of IMr Iimr- frietsis, the aererfgd, mtratstrs etMte efiHe Central CMwOtM far Wert Tjmstriiti-. .uitTi. -14. , e?eeeal ctusd.es oetBc thtTetatii Cegrrs eioael BMrict, that tier ssiamMrjaprfantry rcertVsgs rMfeH ewwttet Mob dtv.tbeJthef. Mty vxt,ier Utepopow of ap pointing MeffttH to a dsebiet convection that shall iitmh-ilf as .elector and an asaistAnt X L o 1 til lltaaiillisil' 1 We father rfcoewrtai that miW eonveaU-a nwaW at Gnai Jaactt4T4y, tiw th day of May. WM. H- CARROLL, M. C. GJLLLAWAY, JNU R. McCLANAHAN. LBTTOBiTKOa r,OKT SJIITH. THE FKUCE ASD UACIUND. The tae. ef the Brttnk fRH and the lan guage at? the BdtMh Foreign Sewtry towerd Franri, tys the Bwtn Put, ttt certainly brwT, K Mt wsm. The istjstation of a new qatttfen of iteaeediatt html to bath eorm'rtes,.Bd iadttaately eoaaccM with the nauonal f'lWf ef Mi castmttiis, stay W nsrd far si tec parrmit, or it aay he aeate to farther MacMe their fasUtteel rtfetteM. We atfcaat to the amwil aakiae; im Eb c :d fK the rnonl of the di6WtUI Mies Itnat to Fimm a SrWih tooaage. There c iM haralr ariee a aaeettoe which, to a gw rmmrat itsftti ae Um British rorernMrt aeeaatohe ar,to I a war 4s, eosH he nit bmt tettraateatal for taefa a pnrpoee. As thetew saw b to Fraae, Britieh ahipe m ateototolr eaetoaai fioai the Freaeh eaaot to aa talealil trace ; aai so MTerdf Wm SehirWM Britiahtoewafe,that,caci. K to exetaded fnm the foretoa trV watt lnee. Ib award, Fraace bow aaataiaa the Mstotetrre mcj- watch Sritteb pratoc thaltte to kag aHegel milae key to the gaawth at the Britten auxtec ajwalf, the saBejr at ate MrigattoB act of 1651. That the Fresoh rogaM the system of Mf ereattoi daties a the htais cf their Bartee aiHtiito, to hoyoad a ilerit, and they fraak' VaetaesrJeelrejt. That, the aagattatars et to teee trratj- !Wfe France isd Eaglaad MM. XMHsaaad BaMctw to their report to Imh A'aroKses, ay : "Article third vrtt- aeea the gtat loMeitade of yoar Majesty tor aar aaattoc, to atiaatatiac that the da tie heed paa the iBmeartaUoa of Eagtnh nitahaaiTut are iadeaeadeat of diiereattol Ulj to ftwr of or aar;. Oar aereaatBe unilaeto aae of the firot oltmtato of oar fmc,ial eoaotttates oae of ear great sa ttoaai iatoriito. We awt set preBatareiy saeee'tiM'-FTeachlae; to a cooqiciiiion whtoh ItwaoidaothetoaeeBditioatoaaetoto.'' As woiifried bflhe fictob eaptoyed by the Kfif bare a faennadoee otoaiaeaBce, it awyhtroaauked that toeee two oCeiah say that It will aet do to arematowly eivaae the iYtsdi s U a eoketittoJ which it coald sat gailato ; ae Ihiagh, at a Bbk fatare, -toaaitoe at Ms soMey aright be ezaodtoat. Hm 9Mh of March, the day of the saWar; of toe tost rter, was axed tor Mr. Ldtb- aMntaaaore as iddroat to the craws aathe Tort Ejmth, Arx., April U, 1E60. Enrromj ArrtAI. : Leavteg yoar dry oatht morolBg of Satarday,AprllV,6ajto aoaneet wKh the Utile Hoik railreaa at kaM put eight o'Jsclt, by eViiT, Ue-ry pactatferry boat karte ooaner peiortyise near (etx.) (aad at the aoratl if cosiSdered jmsdcaHr; to keep thetteie fixta) to take otmUb4 stare atMadUoa, we reached-this point, gaiter k rerr alearaiit trift-exerpUBt; oae apstt "Moa- dajht, but MOBAlMKtf) Tuesday at,8: x. u.. clrise aboat fwo dan and debts' respite ferthehaUaeef &li toterestlng route to Irsre- lera. We had a good tleamtr Tuesday Wgfct here If she cMtoasef ArfcftBasad any pooUc aplrtt, and wajrfa; jaHy ajprretote the ptsoe&t andpretpectfTe advantages to tbeirState, and take Threroas xaeasnres to Issprore a porttoo of the road bow traveled, t&y woaU soeo feel the retera to the increased travel andopen- taeapnf settteaests. Bat sacblathe crad e. aheiVslghtod riew sase take of this great terlaBd roate, biadtog together the Western, Saatb-westera aad illdate Qtatos with oar Pecifec sister ttrrttan that, sot tvsBrebaid- tog the growiag ianreats the present opesa to the aeaerrteg suaeVand sot s eeteg the tmiae- dtatorsaltorhLer;thefreat BBdertakisg which ratocts cxem apaa the eMrgttk, ia doadsabk toetvidaals who hare so saceeottal 1y deaMMwtratot tfa eatire praeticabillcy ot the rente. The trip from Memphis to tots pstet is as praettoable as any portion of tra vel to the western part ot New York was twaaty-hve or thirty years ainee; and K the Iportiea offer lag ieehawass tojtraveitrs woaid seek a mti saore variety, wiles, the praaerved vegetables aad traits to eaas ot the preeeet day penalts, and really wake ap, aad aet sleep away a crowing harvest, aad ohserre dealtriMSawj IsMcUan twslad wash ing arsaagements to the .roosts, toUe-ctoehe, etc, they would have the hearty aprrovat efj toavoJers. Atoplaee, Fort Saeth, is somettases aHaded to to the Tftsldence ofa desperate eaaasm sity. Kaartegfeessaaaot the chajch-yjug baH tost eveatBg, apoa inoairy feasd a weekly prayer atettog was the oceasteB, and as a stranger I always Bke t real the rattoioui, palse of aay place I asay be TtoMtog to tay travels, I foasd a respectable fatheiiag of oM, udddlt aged aad yeasg radleatire af an interest In religious matters aad -was inte rested asd tostiBctod by .ihe saretoes of the VI COSCEBS3-FISSX SBSSIQ5- ASHiKOTO!f. AMll IB. Bout. A eora- Qankatlen was received ft em the door-keeper, glriagtse noaiber of employees under mm, salaries, etc. Mr. Harnett etke of the necessity of re tooling the abases In and aroand ths c a pi to!. public servicr deaaoded. There i alaa a horee of offiea'aeetera, nao taaat bKaaUifiei He mcTt4 the eokfect brteftrrtd (trk apecU coaMeMtee. Mr. Mere, of.Kefttnctj-, eogtte4 that it le'Mat tome--evatarlle en aanafactores, who, aanng soasucte ao, asiret Banaractars sosuthiog. (Laajfiter , ' -htcj Wfcalow'.Bavedtoit when '.the Iloase adioarsa, H be nsril the first of Mar. Mr Keilv sored to asaead. to mi the 21st of May. Mr. eltt objected, and Bored K be until ths 6th of Jaae. Bectded oat of order. Mr. Corrv taroaossd an amours in em, aise 4U, oa the lith of Jane. Beaidtd oat ot order. The whole sshjent was tabled. Mr. Btltott iaiWaced a WH to prohibit the Coolie trade br AssertcaBS in American ves sels. ThebUlaawroMtottoe SM.060 to iadealfv the Shawnee Indians for depredattona com mitted by whites, waa pasted. An appropriation of $10,688 was passed, to defray the exoeases of the Japanese En- bassy. A Mil was passed appropriaUBf; 3sd,ww tor ssau I a el It: tee in western Kansas. Froeathetosaporary sofearn to she citY 7 ass very favwaatf iatpresaed with the placet there are sigas at preper4ty, aad dataeetlc ceaafort, and attractive seetoty. The eity be trt aflaras very cr editable arrswmsdattoas for travetors, aadlwaahl reeaamai Meaiphis as a point of dtpartare aSordteg a reepite here to saeet the Sc. Louis 4Visioa. Taktog jocr title, I, as a atranger, "appeal" to yoarpabac spirit to adopt a more oeaeaWe eaarse, andto notice the arrival and departere of each and every overland maK, and mot credit that StsjdawfaliAfceloaps tojwar own growtog city.' Tea wS nod to Daniel L. Kandy, the Jecal agent, a ready co-operator to ptaeiog at your disposal late jap m, aad I was pkcied to hearrStarday last, that the Littte Rock raUroa! aad the overland mail company hare taken a frost oance in the CosaaKrctsI Hotel; and aenr let year crtizeas awake feHhe growiag iapontanee of tab artery frost yoar fiowishiag city. The oharaber of eoeuserce of yonr city, I hope, wHJ act promptly bdod the soggestkw is my ant totter: of appointing an sncteatcoa mtttee to report apon the proaeat and poos- acttoe advaatogea of the great ever lend mail toyaoreKy. It waald be a groat coBrsntonce to travelers if some time was axed apon as goverahag de- partaaes af raCrsadi, steamboats, etc-, in year city. AN OLD CALIFORNIA!. A bill was iatredaced providing for the ap- poiaua eossButswser u asconatB ana rscoauBtsd a nBr site for a nattenal faan- dry. ' ' ' " ' A bill was passed organizing a centas board. Mr. Boahatn offered a reooratton. ropeiaf an adjoarnaent frox. Friday nert aatil the 1st of May. w uon&HQ soved to tabto vt Negatived. Mr. Wasbbsrae awred aatadvoaraaeat till Wednesday, but aataMy vrtthdrtir M. AdfsBrnad. SmmIc Mr. Wilson intredeed a Mil for tbn KreteauSMreelans tha-alsre iraa. -Tl U ' . ' . s . paetsetous, aBdjarovideaifer af e coaatrac tioh of Sve steam screw stoops of war. adant- u tue .urirsn coast : increases rae noantr from S25 to $100 ; offerj a rewind J $100 for deBvtag to ths United SUtea taarahal. of any siare landed in tae United Stoles ; makes me ntttrg out of vessels engaged in the slave ixace piracy : ana panisoes wttn lmpriion tent for life, instead of death. Makes it criminal faa shin not reelsiered to display the Aa ericas Sag as a badge ot na tionality. Makes it the dnty of the ameers ot a strip before coing to the African coast, to report to the United States Attorney for exami nation ; and provides that Asaencan vessels sold abroad, shall retara to the United States fur the new register, before going to the coast of Africa. Mr. Maaea presented the return of United States Marshal Johnson, ot the warrant for the arrest of John Brown, jr., in Ohio. The retarn states that it Is Impossible to arrest Brown, aniens armed force is naed foe that purpose. Mr. Mason also presented the retarn on the writ for the arrest ot F. . Sanborn, which recapitatates the facta as stated heretofore; and states Jhat no arrest can- be made, owinr to. the todielal proceedtogs af thV Stats of Massachusetts. Both warrants and returns wore referred to tha cammibtaa on. judtoiary, wtoWaetructioas to toauire'and reDOrt if atr further nroceed- ings were necessary to vindicate the aatherity or aae ueaite, and to eceet the arrest or the weather that does nobody any good. It is rather a good thing for cur hotels, which, jtat now, are running over f rota basement to garret with those who bare been driven from their dwellings by the late great crevasse in the heavens. Whole families hive snddenlr found tbemielves under the necessity or extemportt- i great anion of sentiment. id been beamed expedient. have exhibited so unlets a chines aai The union ot these varied interests removes all suspicion ot political Influences entering into the election. Ths successful ticket itself Is n pledge that nothing of this nature axjit iv euauuiu anion or co nteis at an omen We learn that on Snort ureekr.tne oamiRe is very enpt The floods swept away and completely demolished strong farm homes. Hundreds of hers, sheen and cattle were drowsed. By reference to certain starts oade daring the flood or hny-two, we see watine water is not aa high by aboat tour feet, as up on that occasion. tbi WAxxa ako Ttix rarxBOK or the rxtss. We succeeded In keeping the water at bay In our cellar us to last ermine bit fast then it got too strong for ns, and forced Itself up into the furnace snuffing cut the "watch-fires ot liberty" with the coolest nonchalance. This' aornTn; the ponderous wheel ot oar toarhorsa power machine Is run by muscle. Notwithstanding the "water, water, "every where," theie was very little ot it found its way down the alimentary canals of our citi zens. The same Is not tras ot wbttky and other Intoxicating fluids, and the cosseqatnee was. that we never saw t manr drtmkea feeo- pie in one day, la the wholtjcourn ot onr nat ural existence. Maxjxtta, April 16th, r. k. The river has fallen 18 Inches up to this time. The Ohio No. 2 left for Cincinnati. Reports of creat det ain reoort of the iadtetorv eoatntttee on the I toe Men to brldget, mills, farm property,, etc. panes jew loe isc 4uy. , 1 A ielat resolution was passed apMeorUtinr- Si,V08 to defray toe oxpsetia of lavesklga- umr csmmiuees. policy as to Inspire capitalists with confi dence, and while securing dee execetlon of all the obligations of the charter, raise the value or the stork, to aseM a nroasec: or icetr r ward for their great sicrlScM to the patient stoexnoiden. At present, however, we only desire to con gratulate the public on the gratifying union pt Interests by which the result has been secured. 'v-The rejection ot the vote ot ths governor ot trie state aaa ins mayoroi luscuy uai uu so InBornee upon the eteerlotf. Itbts been decided by the print steeknoliltrs by a large majority. Tit Wait or OttosHtoi llsMI metvtd. tSjOOl Tseskkiter tae est teard. I Mi SUwa. -." And ato.tr hr OtimltW sf T!,ni Ths analysis ot ths vote wlH show that the . . -. . . . ii. . ressuts is realty inaeptoaeo. oi m vn . iue governor ot Mississippi. twi Mlstlnlest vet..-......- -.IW Win Ht a nalflrt AsdsMtM VIstHits4vM.. Ts veM teetered r ... I.U1 TUB CIt A ULESTOX CO.N VKSTIO.V. " TXrirt-rrr Cocjrrr, via., AfrH IV. MM. at these French din" sreattal dattos, amdV"HrreM V,rriM:t CTse -iRtalitlppt'dtlega- the prats was argtog that it woaki be the duty af the gBveraasat to set More the Emperor hats hsissasasss, the tojastiee of the pre- scat p alley, aad the coasittorattoas which ahaadd todaee the adoertioa of a policy BUcal aa4 jast tosrajd Essrlaatia and it the toae ot Load Jatrs ltoascu's speech, togisteir with hh imp irtaat docteratjaas, are aaymtog, this acfsasatotj watVaf France will be daae to ao mtoriag tons. A government whaeh has confessed that H has boea cheated; HtatKhHMtoagsr asy faith either to the xotd-Matton or peacefal toteattoas of the Freaeh Emperor, vriM svst he likely to hesitate to She ittsii i at torms. The two will dsscass mmmS smMMCtf oMt afAat al mrfltfBftftrt lt4rfltv fammi what they wasdd have dfacaeiidrta Lord Jo smu- has feeny sanhhiddhe froach Earn tree amidst the cheors at Fasttosteat; aad, as the 3tiB aMptrt tt.teUhMaU- that fhssgh he asmmnaos hit ncsjaalatancc, he nhaO go esse- wstssetossok htoJrtoaato. ftwt as asamcg warn aa aeaaatotaaec, aad a that the iriOth xsscBmetd wffl ajrae Faaace to towsc aw nirisrtsa barriers ; andit wall be ii stolen, stoaagc the toae should rise into a Btmfehfeettaethet sttN itogcrs a t to a bmsIsk, to seoa to taw oaaatoattoa of Mr. ssaaxxt, af Lrrerpooi, hy the sekct tee of the Hoose of Commoos, bow toiseton am atsrcaatfle shiiapsag. - We aaght to keep tap aar iiaarsmary at sea. We have astahs Una's abate, aad we oaght b retain , ate Ms ivaiih) aad Mr. CoaaEsr TiianHj sold to a speech, that Franc had as right to tton hare sone on to the Chariestoa csfiren- ttoa. They go there intending, I pretame, to withdraw from that convestsoe it Senator Doagiaa should be the ota'Bee, shiaktog, no doubt, they are truly r-eptos eating the senti meat at the Democracy wf this State. Never were a set af men more mistaken than they are. They cannot find authority ror rising this to the resohtfoas ot coaaty meetings appoiat hg delegates, or any otter Democratic meet tags to this State. They prehaMjr regard the very etaoaeat strains of dennnciatioas of Sen ator Dsagias cottstaatly found in she JStU- newspaper at the proper arasic to daacc after. In this ttey vrrH had that the people will net foltow. I eay this because I have talked with iBsaentot men Irving to slmiet every county of this State mea who have cotvect hi jnsatton ast this asjhjstt, aad they alt give the tame opinion, which is, that if Senator Doaglas is the ssatteecat Charles ton he will carry this State easily. It is true there .was a great storm raised in this State against Jnaator ItoaagU about a yoar ago. This was caased by letter writ era at Wash- tegtoa, aad jwHtsetoat to this State. amp orators, vied with eat ether, ad grer tKMtM todesatisylagltoaglas in qamaanrsd terms; he w!io coald the struagett tahtthnts against Do las aeeated to be saasajht the greatest orator. No man, since tttoaubtydayaef Gen. Jacktoa, has beta so abased hy members ef bis own party as hat S. A.JeBtias. Batthat storm, like all others, bad 'SLa mates It. K Mr. Sumner moved to refer the memorial of Mr. Sanborn to the same committee. Mr. Mason moved that K to rejected. Mr. Sumner said be fell it to be Ms datr to protest against such a susxetttea. It was re- Kited of one ot the yedges ef hell, that he punished first and beard afterwards. Ths Senator from Virginia bad taken that as his precedent. Mr. Mason said that the Senator had need language in .sating opposition to a motion, -th&t-so ear sains latercuaise with etatleatn went be bad never heard used asdsWe ot tfee Seea'e. He would not take it aa nersonaMr offensive. The Senate was ihe best judge cf wnar was due to its decorum. Mr. Sumner said the Senator from Virginia, in Masek-eeaedeace, had uadertoksti to lec tors Mm on manners. In repir he -would tay that when any eatrage comes before the Sen ate he theeM speak ot it at it deserved, and it aay nroendeat frost a bad place sheaid apply,' be should sot hesitate to ass it. Mr. Mason briefly replied, bet bis remarks were inaudible. Without tiispettog ot the matter, the special order came up, being Mr. Brown's termerial resolutions. Mr. Latham said It is now eighty-four years since ibis country was admitted into the fam ily of Battens, daring which time she bad been favored with nsbesttntod prosperilr and mil lions had locked to oar shores, lie thought that during this time we had advanced in po litical ethics to the extent that we had in our material progress bk tariff, aul last, but not least, the aU-ahsorbiBg and mischievous question ef slavery. Soon all became secular in the latter. Wide scope had been gives and the meet selfish passions prevailed. He pro ceeded tojshew that there was so Irrepressible conflict between labor and capital. There was no capital state without its being a labor state- lie deprecated tfee means by -which the Republican party rode iato power and denied that the negro had ever adrtneed In tntelli geace for csntar.es. The H irreprsetible con Ict" was a northern a est Taction -need as a lever by sectional men for scattering fanati cism and ridtog fete political power. It was dee to the tenth that the North should let sla very atone. He did not belie re to the stoeerity of the RspaWlcann who declared they had no iatefltteti be iastortere with slavery in the States. It wat iacctnaatrMe to a seetioMl petty. If the Union it to be preserved the farsnreasible conflict mast be absniionsd. Mr. Latham, in eoactoston spoke ot the per petuity of the Union, the a Section for which were too deeply seated in the hearts of toe people, to be eradicated. Mr. Brown said he wanted a vote bow on these resolutions. Mr. Btgler moved to pestpoae the resolu tion, and take up the patent law bill. Mr. Hale said be hoped the resolutions would not be postponed. There should be a rote an tbea befsswthCsrtojton' convention, the friends of the parrr now to the citr were waiting for the eentlsmsntothow their hands, iscreaatog. the VatlM ISlT im .mm m ran wit rrm tar usstsniui vsu IMiTiS'-rnrsr m stt ttt tt jniiisisei......iis 1S.S7 ,s- Mm tin flvsr-dUMi s sMSVttr nr ... J,1S1 Tha nr stent iHreeters are. there fore, electei by (be private stecbolders, without the aid ot either the vote of this State, the vote ot the city, or ot the governor of Mississippi. Sect a result Is not only cheering as a sign of of anion ot all interests, oat a preer ortne wisaom ana tesgmtni or tne two coventors ana our mayor. The fsflowlng gentlemen compose the sew board : IILoeniAXA DixtCTens. C. FeHowts, W. Begirt, M. 0. H. Norton, Henry FVsrance, P. is. wood. j. tv. uarrou, ueo. joeas.it. w. arts.' JloitH. rae hard, Jnasterbrtiek. A- M. Holoroot, II. j. Kannry. Miitistrrrt Dixicto at. William Mc WUHa, Madisso Me Af re, 0. 9. Tarplry, James MCAdorey, Jimis urame, L. I- itsaston. TIIU Pltroil ASU POTTJ2U DlfFI- CTJliTT HOtV IT OltlCIXATED. In the House, on Wednesday last, the fol lowing colloquy occurred : Mr. Fryer, (Dent.) ef Virginia. I rise to a mestton ot privilege. By referring to the aitbt or-Mls-mernvftC. i nna tns renowine re poitadrtfttog to the scene which occurred here some days since : Mr. Prvor. advaneine- from the Democratic sMt of the Heats to the area where Mr. Love- iov stood. The renLIetsan frosa Illinois IMr. Lovejeyl thaR aet approach this aids of the House soa ting his net and talking In the way be has taUeed. It it bad enough to sit here and bear bim utter his treasonable and I&sutt- iur lancatre : bat be shall not, sir. come upon this aids of the House shaking his fist in our race. Mr. Potter. We listened to gentlemen oa the other side for eight weeks, when they de nounced the members upon this side with vio lent and effeatlvt language. We listened to them quietly, and beard them through; and now, sir, this side shall be heard, tot the con sequences be what they may. Mr. Pryor. This it the paint I make. Let the gentleman speak from his seat, and say all under roles he is entitled tossy; bat, sir, he should net come upon this side, shaking bis fists in our faces, and talking to the style he has talked. He shall sot come here gesticu lating in a menacing and refianly manner. Mr. Potter. Yo are doing the same thing. Mr. Pryor. It is due to myself to say that, open tile occasion here described. I did not re eegniie the pretence ot the member from Wis consin, s-r old I hear any word from his lips, nor am I singular or peculiar in that lack of recogntttoB.of his presence, for hy referring to the New York journals, and those ot BaW- .f .-.iR,.nt trl-miRhin. Ther hi con. xTsi-aoniputa, ana otntr waeet, an oi " --" "-w j s - . a aAl a. sd themselves with treat dicatrr and pro- p"M"P"aic "J ' Ohio valleys above us. Beverly and Lowell. on the Muskingum, and Psrkersburg, bare suffered immensely. The M. & C. railroad Easstnger connections are all right, and will e made irith regularity. The B. & O. rail road, from Parkeraburg, ta running regularly. Ths only dlfScalty Is in lbs trass f er of frelcnt, which will be remedied by Wedneaday. Pas sengers by this roate will meet with no deten tion occasioned by the freshet. AKIIIVAL, or THE I'U.ilT lSXritBSS. rrotnSnn Francisco In Ten Bays. St. Josivr, Saturday, April 14. Ths first courier on the Central Overland Soar express arrived beta .at four a'flocxyrs teraay afternoon, wna usmornia gun to 31 and uarson vauev to tne ko. The courier came through in ten days to a minute, leaving San Francisco at four o'clock on the afternoon ot the 3d. Owing to the de rangement of the wires between here and St. Leats the reports ware delayed till tfato morn ing. The legislature was barfly engaged In con sidering the San Francisco bulk-head Mil. The contest Is exciting' proportionate to the inte rests involved. The result is doubtfnL The State capital is permlneotly located at Sacremente, $100,000 having been appropri ated for the commencement of a capitel build ing, which is to cost, when completed, 500, 000. The Japanese steam corvette Candin-Mar-rob baa been in the dry-dock at Mare Island, and put In complete order tree ot charge, Com. Cunningham explaining that while he bad no actnat authority to render this accom modation, he felt sure be arts carrying out the inteetieos ef his Government to doing for the Japanese steamer all that be coald for an American man-of-war. The United States steamer Powbatttn, Cap tain Pearson, bearing the na cr o nicer xat nill, arrived at San Francisco on the 27th uK. via Honolulu, She brings the Japanese Embassy, consist ing of two principal Ambassadors, princes ot the highest rank amonr the nobility of the Bmptfe, and two associates, who are nobles of nearly equal rank. Tbete four are of the Emperor's council. They are accompanied by a suite of sixteen officers ; amoogihemJare three interpreters, and fifty-two subordinates, making seventy-two to all. They bring J100.000 to defray personal ex penses", although the embissyis invited at the sole expense of the United States. Ttier were riven the best ouartert on board the Powhaltan during the voyage and arrived to geod health and are highly pleated. The chief dignitaries are magnificently dressed in embroidered silk robes, each wearing a sword ducted themselves with great dignity and pro priety. The Powbatttn oa the day ot her arrival went to Mare Island navy yard, all the Am bassadors remaining on board. It will require several daya to overhaul the steamer and take in coal, srfaen she will sail for Panama. The Ambassadors will then proceed to As- pln wall, where the United 'States steamer Ro anoke is expected to be in waiting to coavey them to Washington. They are so well pleased with the Powhat tan that they express a wish to have her de tained at Panama to convey thttn back to Ja pan on their return from the United States. They purpose spending aboat a month on the Atlantic side, though their Oa is not limited. By the Powhattan advices from Japan are received to February 15. The rovers nent of Japan had commenced i tempi njr Mexican dollars, Bafcthg them legal currency la that country. Una cbriatlns one ot the principal dirSnHies In prosecatisg trade wih foreigners. The Powhattan arrived at Honolulu, March Mb, and remained till the ISth. The Ambas sadors were there received with all formal boners. Private hospitalities were on -every accounts of ths aSdir, not a word appears in any of them of bin presence, or ot any word said by aim. However, I find this in the GUtt, and I presume I mu-t aliovr that he did appear, and did speak on this occasion. In order to ascer- n, eewerer, what he m say 1 nave nan-re course to the manuscript of the reporters, aad 1 nod.air, Uiaioe has Interoouted, the record touching our proceedings here, and affecting me record la a most material point. .iiere Mr. Pryor pointed out the corrections made by Mr. Potter, and whlcU appeared in his own band-writing. Ta big remark "and now, sir, this side snali be heard." be added, "let the consequences be what they may." After a remark by Mr. Pryor, that Mr. Lovejoy should not shake bis attain their faces, be. had interjected, as for himself, "you are doing the same thing now." Again, be aided to his ( Potter's J rsaark. that "the Democratic side could net sty where a member shotted speak, and they shall not say." He would now yield lor me messoer to say wnetaer or not De a ad mate isrse alterations. Mn. Potter, of Wis., (Rep.) Mr. Speaker. I am verr much surprised that the member frum Virginia should say that be did sot see me on tne occasion alluded to ; bat, sir, I bare AvOOOD Burr FtUttr smi tut U mutt f Ikjj art, u4 1r ttMy matt icdutrieet mis, far whoa frx4 prlc win b Av&T n to - JAS T. GRANT, . - svpl T-2t CTiBXten, Ttuu Notice. TUB stoctbtMsrt at las Orsst WasUm sleua sad Wslst AUraOasta Ocms? art noUSsd Isstitad ausUac foe sacfcomUoa. un4r tbslr cssrur, ts Mosaar stvxt, res nrd IcsC; at S o'efoct, at tat ears af W. B. Out, ill CaaMUA BlocX, tu tlsla ttrset Bjst dev. J. tt. XDHOKDSOX, s?lt-tt fecrtury. pet tsu. AtlcHtloH, Sir ttnlgbtnl SPECIAL ORDERS. BT ssdrr lbs X. Oaoauader, tax aasntm t Or m Osnuuadtry Ms. 4 art kerrty MISsd ss st ts4 a coBdset atrett at tba ball el Aacsrsoa Lod(s K: E9,TnU(Biandr)Zyl(l:0, atlx etack, far Us turpost tr soaterriot tbt anlerot XairatTtntlar. Tfacateat Sir Calxats art traUraaUr Utltad 1 at tend W. S. FITCH, JS-, apis.lt , Btewtrr. Caution, TBI patUc art caiUassd aniait Usdlaxfer ctrtala naua or das bills, slrcad Wassoa A Ccjls. payaMa ta stasia peraeas. and Isdsraed by WlUlaa Bmn, all dated ttoailbt 1U J April and piyaKt absattae teii at Xsy, Ice), as lis uxs vera ebulssd rrea At iu pattesr, by aeaas at IMetts. (irtBC s7 tampassry sV saecajsytbs laborers escated aa esr Isrea cwtiast, Jtst batata be iu xUItd oa tba lAs last. W. O WISSO.V. b-trtlTltf eartaer at lbs arm af Watson A ObjU. aplt-dawlt taportaoUo ladies. SECOND ARRITAL or FZIE.YCII JITIZ.JCJ.rXJtr t FANCY DRY GOODS, Direct from New Tork and Paris, WIS. SILBEEBEEG'S EHPGR1UM OF FASHIGH ! NO. 1S8 MAIN STREET. HAVTXO jtst recslred by Ataas' Sstresa feca tie Ksit air stock train Its dire t rsrls and atba Earaeeu hapaitrrs, I bar te lUta ta las ladle tiat ntr fadliUas far aoosmmedatlaa ara swv trtatar taaa ever, mrsbcXDor varied aad alataat, aad UI pnees, tas. more maderstt thsa ever. " la siLBinsraa's xatrosiirx Of rAJSHIOX nay b taiind 1A UteU aad mast ratasatta 'Bomeu. In Treacb Chip, Crap, aria-, tc Hata, la. neat variety, far Ladlai, Wins aadUas, Tt oa BikkoM and rmeb rtawers. Dress ansa, U UtM importations, and Trhasslaes. WMU Goads, ak aa Swiss laasatta, Ltaaaa aad Ofcta. Sfaratsiant XmrMrle. Skirts, CaOars, atesre, etc Oeotia Idea Mast, SIX aad Bereft Sisters, to nsttvsrittr- Talescuu Stta asd laces, ZarJha TbnU 1m aad Mattes. Tins neat Osrtets, fancy aad puts. rsrassts. Sisdet and fans, at tba etwtnat ttoat. Gbvta aadltltaaf tb beat aulles. Hp sjtlrts. af Us litest sad Improved patteto asd a treat tour articles to cameras ta meauaa- DKES8-.T1 AK1IVG. Tba Dreas-Katliir Departaant la stul steTtatrBi by Xadan XOKXLI, UU of ths fir sad srite-taowa es Uasjakaevt l Boq Too, will eaatraaa to de tte isoat sail sausrsettoa In atttsraat Cttlar. ABafdmprassptlr attested teat the sbsrkst tHe. Sestesaber uit plan. WJf . SILMSWaB, apH-ta 16t bfaa St.. apt. Waeaaai Hause. LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST- TSS aabaorlbara, aa4a tor. tl'taU t.tfc C2Ui EXATIf) raiurrjlf COTTOX QIN3, Eaaa(Mlrl tT W. O. Olscxm Bftwu at Oa, fMamtaa. oaaesla. rtipoctraUr asouea to plasteu ssaafaUy that xtrt baea oa baad a taria eosalctBaai a! taaie Gtas.ai4 will b prrpareC ta attptr a em at an tlat-a darhx IS saasou with suesi sitae as ttey assy repair. Maatars utU( tbtta Srst an rtstaated l ad ta tbairardets u rewuns at co., apta-dtwaas a). A. TttoaxTHy,Aseii. Uecatnr to ftashville TIa Teflesse asd Ahkma Saluttii, ajtb wenntcnoss. ComaieBcIsg Monday, iprll 10, 18G0. ONLY FIFTEEN MILES. STAGING I BAGaitM ch scran nreovaabttwstuXsabstot aat lMatr. risaevatti rot rsi sotmr tsbt tba s a. m. iralaoe ik Teas aat AUbataa AtPt lam tik Oanar. Taoaus at naajk's Mat of atats I TTsspm II antau aatars. Contact at Decattr wUU Xoeapbla aad Casrtaslsu Ballraai! ttala tor Una pal. Orust Jauttoa mmi all prfeu Soar M vnt rAiwixennt ckhvs soBra itta it s a. u. trans Of aiTiamm asd AsaoaauCeattal aUlleaadakDeea- Utr, Msetia u Tttf, uxUam wKti lia lUf Has to KfVsstoa Stat atoa enrettoea kttb way wMfc m. s i launtaal ttaSBreas trains at SKattt. IV iU VV GOODS! tbi mat AxatTAC Talis sxasos er grxiifs AKD S0XXU. Clothing and Farniahing Goods, rot Men's, Bays' and (Mdrea's Wear. Swiscillaneons. 1800. 1SG0. SPRING AND SUMMER ims6 SPIVEY & CLARKE, 343 lTlaIn Street, a ratx Airo eevrtzTs GENTS', BOYS' fe'CHILDREN'S Tine Olotbmg, STOVAI.L & irrcnELii, 366 MA IV STREET, A BBaMtaa(ntolarttft.Saestasd bntaasottad l sasea or aaoat aar aatol. Dor sn esosaraa'a war, tbry bavt sstr baJ fkt tssaiur af aeriaato tba trats. Sprlar and Summer Ororcoafs. X very UfkA aet comSartaM artiatt tar aa.4ala areatbtr. CaMlmere Dnstness Suits. X larst assuiiitial Sar saelac, ssasmtr and tsB wear, a4 Ck latrost aswrtawnt f nasV and' ObstdetVa CMMx, aa Bkiau f vry XHd tbat is to t toasrj aa ta iraraira laaaiij. ast as wnata, w win aasi sspr . saat arar kssar, aad riipeotrany'mTits ttyevs n tan aw raBso vr vwjea oit aaysat. Breeilksat aaat wassaatod to k of ta btst awaMty, tad saaa aawu aa can bo, aad rat to st. """"" SMatUs street. G. . JONES & Co., Si'lIZ.lTOGo'l Empire Spring Water, Sperier to Conrrus Spring Water I TUB BlfrlBS WATSS as batttsd fees tba Saspir Bpraar. at Saratora Sprlocs, Xw Trk. Teds I sawasala as tnaasat eat rar rtna tn. Osecreaa Sprtas; aet tba teaertar taality at tba Kasasrs Water fan am ta lai naotlanc petearttes af tt. cascteas, wttn an aa jtaes at a tars aet af MdTea. Ta a UjU of tba Baulta Tatar skews a wiealias- t aa of Bmnsaato o Lw, stae1a- aad soda, aad akartoa at Si'ieat. wtth twelTa t-ralaa af Rydraadal. of 84 ar ladtM par stiles, betd la aasatson by OaFbowie I Cbotaaptt aad nyaarlsaapranaeeee KrbtbtstXsdttal Water lain wrVt aad aaetany adapted la dbwaaea SoMayaBtraaitol. 6. W. WBSTOK fc 00.,r-reprtatora, Saratora srtafs, sat taelt-aaa II Jeka s rett. S, Tort. FURNISHING GOODS, Ossirtlsbsc att tat aarrestiet of at seaa, bask r. sadtabria, Wa tksBausa Dally Additions to oar Steele, During the seatsa, dtrset fjes oar pleat of aaaoatactwiBg. OUR PRICES AREIOW. Every artiels we tell OUARAXTKED AS WB REPRESENT n-. Spivey & Clarke, aatt e.ts afsbs strtot. CIIAIVCERV SALE 1KIK VALU18LE LOIS, Warn Btmrt Msaat, Mhu I'or Rent. A OOPSr alt aaaaat, laettlaa utslrakto. Assay I ii- at . Iian-il EIBC at witXIAJiB. fVanten. iBieeisii AfftrtJATtOS by taraataatTeat HIHt i latfavsch Baab-roar. Bo Arsa 1. B H , Cara Baakaf XeaafM. 229 MAIN STBEEET. Primp Whits Corn. SACKS Pf tela oTMt Carl, far stta ST . vx. a. eoaBtmr. aptt.St Xo iz riwat Bow. To Hire, 400 Nearly opposite.. to Odd Fellow.' HaM, MEMPHIS, TE,Y.Y. 1 1 Fresh Garden Seeds,- Dinner no if d lakdeeth i sow. r&iiakts, iet laaalvad, xaakias r asaartsaoas- tsioaalito. Touaus at aaryffciad ofaeedyouwaat f raa. o. w. jokis at 00.. apt 9 Mala meet. r-tAKTS Vales aad Xr Vea. Avoir to v John sinita. aatT-lw , . , set litis AM. -v w Butter and Cheese. A i mrivi kimvo 1 U att Motion Ctteo.lot'telA aattar ..1 I vetflaw toctaso oaawttonoat. , apiaiw Ar:3, ween at HrtHWHT. Rurncll7! Kxtracls. WI at kat receirod i Utt lai af BBrmfii-a na larttc Kitrarta. vte: Octet. StssTaaina, I 0000 Lenaa. Oaniiwaa. Atstaad. Kecuriae. Bluer. favuk. I 0JJJ Linden and tanderdalc Streets. PrtsMAMT to a sear f la Okaasoey Oaatt at Xoatpbl. raederot Xxooubov trrax. ISH, la tb cat af Setts Weaver va. w Ma ad, aad oUfrs, I vlM. ON S1TURDAT, MAY 19, I860, tajroatof suoBM, oaBaoctBj of Xaaaaelo, aV to tba ksxbeet aaoaar. Twelve Valuable Lots, Xitoated at la Mwtfc-v-ot raroer or twterMcltoa of IJa- aet Laadoraafs seretft. la ta est, af Xmhoh, Stoty oaaaly, Taaaisif I. ktac tba wkato t tk tsaat ar potoa. of load katstilossoaaanod by AbVartl. X liter to Was. H. Blaad. tocaasod, aad tajewa as tat V. a. to nsecx a, aa tat pita ar swam esaaei. navtat a rroat f MT feet a lAatea ssraoa. aat liailir kaat witk Isadeoaal stttst US (, (aaarpt footaalka wat ae af said lot. walck baa kavataiere koa aaat oaC) Salt tract er paecat af laaot baa to saedlaatod lata TtiLTl lavvs, aat will V asol la art aa sett pas f baaen A piaa af tba mialililia at tb a a aa ba seoa staayaosjoabr akosa wbo aaar wtsb to axaaaba sat Haa si's aad will be alas xhtbttad oa too oaf of sabs. TBBJfS Of SAUt: A attaolastaaaslar aflbaaaMlsiawillWsaadaar I ca, I r!H aSraat tneu ; tb rmnaat.r af soot lot I Um aN ae a etvoBt of tea years, pstbaaara so eta- I eat aatea, wttst twa appfarad eecsrm. boarbat sat- aat tawsday at aal. a lalaeast pas ast s aaar torts Mta to bo eat lased aa ta piwlsea astjl aaysisal af jaf- eeaj nay. aaes to casiajsaa at n anesaat. a. m. jetuf a. ukiH, a4v-dawtd Cbstk aadXaator. Corn. Kafir. Osion aad CTora. kr U sro. owta acbot- I He. Birrumtir tkat Btraalt'a ta. UiebattXitraet skat CXSTJ i'DAVIt. Nb. 90 Kaitoan atreat SAUL ? Bora saeo bass, iiim vrbtt Cora . la atat aadJar sal bar J. I. BSATTir. attS4rtw !Ce.t Btwardo new, attB-aw- nedges, ncdses FRESH OSAGI OSAXQE SXEO TOB ntVBGBS, TO". sal by aplt O. W JOXaa k. CO. Ilnngarian Grass Seed. TTTE bare a food aapply of Tb isrrl aood. wbieb Tin VY besoMlow. Warraatad freab aid r'aota. aplt O W JO.SSS tt OB- hand, and the King and Queen held court at V fj' ln1 J l b d,u; the palace for the recentlon of the dlsUacuWi- baH"e L .c.oar cMot knew U. But I ed foreigner!, and welcomed them in appro- Islnaced Oil. priate style. They were also entertained at a grand ball, given by the officers ef tba Pew battaa, expressing great delight at the gay and novel scene. The news from the Sandwich Islands is un important. Sam FKAxetsee. AnrH I. r. sr. There is bat little news of general latere. in Japanese AmbasaMers, woo ytttted the city on the 31st, have remained the guests of the city. $2660 was appropriated by the city treasury to provide a suitable entertainment ; an tne corporation officers, memoers ot ise legislature, the governor and the citixens gen erally, bare paid them respects in person, and on the 2d, a grand public reception was given the ttrsngtrs, at the largest hall in the city, where' United States officers, civil and military, foreign consuls asd State auihcrsUrf, participated. The Powhattan Is expected to earl for Pana ma, with the Embassadors, about the 5th irt. The Japanese carry an ieMsease amount of baggage, inclodlnr many boxes ot presents to the United States Goremmensj. The news from the Washes mines is about as heretofore reported. Eaiigration thither is Sri MM TCBrXXTtHZ, . Oapat Vatplaa, Demar Tas alts, rare Wblta Load. Amerkaa and ritaab Zaae, Oaten, dry and tu att. Tab CoWrf, Paint and Tarnisb Ural tea. And every artiste nsed ky palaters. for sal by aplt O. W J0SE3 St CO. stood, tir, within a few feet of the rentleraan. and after be had made the remarks, wbieb he hat just read, relative to Mr. Levator, comin oowa into the area, and geatieeiating, and seating nes Bttt, t said, "Jou are doing tae same new;" and I was surprised to find that I was net so reported. I did, therefore, what I seppeie every man has a right to do under such cirenmttances. When I waa conscious I had made the remark, aad others on this side heard rae, I corrected the report in that partic-1 TTOESn cokgress watek. nlar. I claimed and exercised the same right I X rresb Artesian wn Water, ut lootun- over me reporter's Botes, ana cor recting them that others hare dene y and I be lieve tne member Horn Virginia did the same thing ; at any rats the remarks were corrected by some one. iodciur from the notes I taw. It it perfectly natural to suppose that under sues circamaiances, end during tns coHruiitn ot so many speaking, the reporters woold not hear distinctly every word, bat gentlemen oa tats stee jteard me maite trie remarks as re ported in the Cadet. Mr. Pryor. I did Bot knew ihe member, and therefore he mi-ht hare passed before my fact witnout my tnowrng nim. as to what he says aeeat my evrrecMeg the report, I did in two GOLD! GOO) I THE aabassltisr atfera for aala a beatUtal tot of aa I aar af srooB. I eased ta Soovk Mrmtiti. on I tAatersal aireet, aaar tk cof Dor t Vaara aad Lat eVrtafe. akat tear or Sir bsjadrrd Saro doa west Sroai an. AC o Aootearr ftettasiiwf afessfeh. Stark si. I t X. 8, Laat.ra.io street.) A siaaM rraae bn on Sb tat, aa lanawttkt welt af ate. eJtar eaM watae , a Sew s mm trait trees, (pb and aypoe.) a varMy at grape, aaaaa, araaaerx.at. xotonaitaaoraooata eeaar tkoaaoot rrlrab:a la 3wt!l Xaa tl. SaMtotaara U dltat-d aaas u taaba faar btaaliral tats of 11 by l&tyi aaea rovaoaswioblat ta parcbaaa win sad ass at tba tTor- I aaaaa Mesas. -waailrlteeatoppiacfrBweo ortwa. EJ-Bo Xa-sa- nrva A Sxararacxb, N- S3 Frt &-. ooor yfsyak It Jaaaeaaa'a. apaaato aw p. o. waltum. NEW BOOKS. D Jbv. B UET'S CATHAUTIC aptS F,z,zrms. jLOST, fV yaterday err rar. a KOOOOCO tf POCtLSFTBOOC, wHk (laatte futaaiai, taataiasas aaeex A tH.aswwa ky J. 6. lsl.enletoXlsaptli Lata aad giaiial la- . pataaaatoj D Btaaor Sit ao not deawa bv Sla rBac rVwtke. Par ottooaa rarkoaeer, Sar laadredaad adl oeBasa. papakls la Ants B. Baker or rasr. Atoa, a saat alia, raoolpU aat etker papasa af saaob valaa to aba awaar, bat af a - to aay a otta. raamaat a ao sad aaaat bas keoaaaiaa. A Abakstst rewartwtli a past sar na aeasreey, yea lamrali, to ear at ua ' y fix rA: FRONT RO Vf n r r X4 W P. RpPERTY! bti wKXtSxxx ai rBijo AUGTIO Th n rat day HornlHg, April 19, at W ocloci, -CI A K nsi r a xa7?rs rwmxa rnr?rv mv J3 'ttos lJt to Bask a I racing asst. Ttm bitli iBi 1 1 1 1 i ii ii i etr rt$ ft vey ttafar r Ui bearl of baal- --f oaaa aowtwaaa-turdcaak, balaac ta an aad twayaasa. Alter the Above Sale, WXJ TILi XXU-CTSX HOUSE AND LOT, .no. 7 no nvf ki's now. task W0 fret to ast tost attor. Ma. to a..7Z. ssratS psiety. aad aatat nasi Hi tb aaiattan.i 10 I. LIU I COLTOIN t !Vo. ie MadJon Street. PEOMFT ATTlBJTIgS PAID TO AL REAL ESTATE. NEGROES, rDBHITUEE, GEOOEEIES IX CITY OR COUNTRY. baalaatt aaaavaapWattats, tat aa atboa ato ttr to aaat a paotac jareataieat. twla BBosatas. wttb 1 Tiat to ta aaoo krt a fforfoct. Soto 7a.. epta-tit xoBaaVsJeBAT. Basra Xt at ae. reat Sale OF ONE huhdbsd; splendid BUILDING- LOTS. PhEfi AMtiw ts lire CMj f Wms, ON TUESDAY IHORIVITVG, Aprvi-24, at M otiskt os wHt seM the prtasees, we mnzl ntiifm mst. A. S' 1JTT. .a. x. yAsrtxtss "lOXUgSfXtarrS aaalaMad Aoaaaat Sales ttsalara lajaipisy-ajaaa aeraaer aa ranalaasuttli Our MUktUa manfjo aj a. Urea to aU Btratdtoar car las nm arr:-t 1 00,500 XZilt"3- ss-floa nBato suu Jtst nastved ta Mitaasrst aad fat aal tow by AM. Jar A. S. UVT 1 Bonrbon aad Rye Whisky WBaaTaJaaraeMvadaa iiniiii al SO bra), eat Barfcoa Wbtstv. St - aMXtaWttaay, at " aM Babootaaa Caasty wklabf ft lata etoap ky " . A. S. LXoT at aM GR0CBR1BS AND 1IQD0RI -A.T .A-UGTIOiSr, Y A. S. IaBVY to CO Wife. W MADISOX STRRET. tT?J?5u" "Oo. aaeraataf store, XSFX1 a JX- H o-cto-t, ttraatrto llaaot,. baaca, Objare, rararaer., ate . te. A. a. ta" Hamiai i . b. cr tr,..jA a. wsaaxta.. F. I! m. 1 1 O TTJR 19TH MR I IWM January 1,1860 100 BflUdisg Lots, Situated on Orleans, Goalee and iiaiuut streets. TX tb teassi Bils ao4ltliTka,.l at tb St. Ata I X acaaai aat sssaism ooose Tata's, sad wtBam .aar isatoaau af fa ataot I'laaati pirtlisi af tba assy. II M tiaarakl. sir Ha btak aad rtofaat iStoattoa. Ta asst iiaaaif. naliaillalU to Ska attaawood taatoty aad Pvta Cottofa, win paa kf tAa hA. Tkea a WW so M JOTH aoyarj sad tks asrsnt are toottot to xsat our SXTT SlssCX. rtiad Ac. a seatra a bat a aaaaaw. ar those aeektat au bmstBaat, win aat feU to attend ekts treat Tttto perfect. Plato abawiax akakca- I 9m i MAMONBS 6THES JEWELRY IS FKFRTltf linn in Wotnli OIST laOITG TIME. ufftat $20,000 in Silver Warst $20,000 IH mi, ill antB x mi. MiraBya-satT or Cutlery: Canes I SILVER PLATED G00IX, OPERA GLASSES. $.rjBCT.2CJLESi Te east a ettatttieat ef tight. Satoaaatato. taaaaf mo aatecaa.kBdatar aarM-td XfiySAltaUr. aWoTXCT b. 00, TI1EM0ST IMPORTANT SALE Of TBI L.lllGEST .rU.TIIi E n CITX LOTS KTER OFFBRBO AT ANY OaN'K TIMB Us THE GIT?. I Cms Witx BSU. AT to, or to Ktosrs. Slaipaa. Hat apst-lw J. B. BtpSMB. Water, Water, Water. FreabiSaratoxa Water. - Jast received and tar aat k. U eat ar alatliabiltlr, by .-! O.W. JOXBila.00. Kirk & WiHiams, 5259 MA TINT STREET TO PIIYSlCI&j$ F-A-MILIES Fine Teas. HATE JUST nECEIFED H' TSON TEA, flaw Mmiae ' Of tb best tmj-, far salt wbataaala mat retail Vr aplt G W. JQXBS tt OO. THEATEICAL "WARDEOBE, -A-X AUCTION. HAESTX9 ;SKeyXAB-r btrs. TBw WTWfAy fLaytmiilii-IyMlfealel, Xtw 8 i it). tVBTK, WtaWBS AKS WAIFS 1 Tba.; Btod. sjot oona ve h hp rr TTAVIXC sera ret kk uretwiaf a natsk- ABlgsOT M ay JyjJf ,atoU witvas Bstt. k. est. lor Sate. ut7o;.;orIfor anXr.ln OTbVa " 1 An sS?HJns- The resolutions were positioned teas 17. eaesa follewrd the ttorm aeai the pteplt aegtss-j atwsCSi. r f to inmtigaic, to learn "Ihe caste of this furi- ' tHlhamlajthepateahlaw was taken a vote, en its heeptvaatitTMpewertsI as.tiaat rf Kag- out war upe, the matt evhe hai been so loeglji. lL witW Itnd- I'belr ftverete. In every nettiMuhood the I'- AdteoBBed. of Pirns qaeetisn could be often heard asked : "Why all this abate, these Utter deamardatJens of the man who has been te long the area cham pion of Deaaocrey and the rights of the SeatM" Tbry beard the eft rape ted charge apptred to Senator Dosagtas, that he was In favor of "aqaatter savereigBty." Many people were deceived by this unmeaning eitarge, asd in duces! ta join ia the crusade, hex, by Inreetlga- tieg for themselvet, tfaeyfettnd that this enor moas charge, as applied ta Dtslat, simply aseeat that he was in favw of Bannterrttiaa by Congress on the slavery lyuesttea In- the Territonet, and that the people etthc Tti- tories asbeald be left free to settle the slavery auettioB in their own war. saisiect oaslr to the I board CMacrtatieB tbttbe United States. ewreet. They were all saved; one man by .. .. -L- v . a... I climbing u? tne brush and drift that had lodred the Preatd-d, Seearer iWsalawten attd otntr this be ifchUc wmnr.Vt hare all Arresd tm 'LT'T TZi Fit OH -ITASniSCTOK, WAtaiicsreer, Anril 15. As a the Opposition wtn pair off with the cretac itimsiit, wtbe are going te aad wifl avail stmees ef this a te viett their bosses, it ssajetjebietinjtearcoJy is i am, a. tw awaary, win oe ajtx Bssre to at end to the public basrJaoM. David A Browa. whe baa recently Tesmrnad frm Utah, ia a lectarc last Bcwt, refated the etn-emem at air. neoper, toe delegate lrom that Tcrriterj-, that the Memoes had so eoia age o thehrawa.Aaa! ehibitde of their money, wiuch the authori'ies hare forced iato axcnittaam, te saow taat rt if rarlrty pay-erst, below the Btttaet tf aeaiard. I It it said that the Administration nexoeres (to the peaeeesiea ef Sea Juan I stand srtsd that in rttpeBtt se IM proaatcaosu of the Brit it gov- oaaimow, Hte tsoer ay nua ome avas seen in- lareaaa. Mr. ctoB, the ehapUic of the Hcaase-- XII n MIGIt IVATEit AX 1'ITTS nrjito. Proaa the Fittaeart taMttw, April Ittb.l Quite a throng of people crowded the pave ments along the wharves of both rivers yes- tvraay to tec tars imtsmrst ireenet wntcn tne late tains Jtave nndaeaaL Jrom tl iaAUa. JffM at fctt time it seaned the aM would nvai mat ot -jz, aao ipernaps evaa retell as nign as tnat of rsz. tae rivers continued rls ing the wjole day ; daring the morning the Allegheny at the rate ef about five laches an boar. 'ihe wilt rest presented an excited arise, Ihe The pony express starts from San Frantisee at 4 r. at. to-day. At balf-past three, eighty letters were received for trans relation, which Bomber will probably be doubled by the time the express reaches Carson Valley. San Juan Island was in joint occupancy of American and British troops. It was estimated that 3j000 white men. and 2008 Chinese were engaged in miabtg at Fra- xer tuver. Phe mi ran? accounts are encoeraeintr. and new digginge hare been discovered m various places. The news from Oregon and WatbiBEton is ttntraportant. Cabsox Yallxt, April 4th, 7 r. at. The excitement in regard to the silver and cold mines in this region, is unabated. Hundreds are pouring in from an parts ot uaitronai, and scarcely a company who are prospecting have .WffjbetateeSUtl togsJ) jisteAontact failed in striking rich ore where they antiei- nmninajwioKan me i paled to nod it. AincBine water. Four isthoats were sunk a hundred feet be. low the bridge, aad it waa reported the men on er t'orrtwQot. iXtfar- aBasar hka I j u (I si. , t J "i i -.ul.. .!..- .1 JTj T. j tl I "aw"1 M5ai, am on oar uuuuitiai stimi ayop, ..jjiramFwu, aaast orerkyruni his veetefiH at rleartv ta tasair kto rr rT. committed to it, and why at Deng- ' L . t . . . r' ".VP1" j i: . , ' e i, . ., , , , . , . . .. i owa oa use anoawBtraueia onare rstnazered aoout oo xeet. las tt this oartlcalAr lime aboat what w all agreed to ovtr and ever again. Why aet j abate Gen. Cam, IsicUattaB, Orr, of Seatsb Caroliaa, Ctahb and Stephen, of Geergit, j Badger, of North Ctreiina, aad raaap ethers. who have spoken often ia advocacy of the oeaMttioa ef ihe emeVsn. HeavWm. Ym. Joabasna, ex-CoatgTtwaat n amwayawaaa, aiau tvere ie-uy. Trst-aae'r petTrtaeaadrnce from WaoMnrrton. t5oter Bight, says; , ; The city to stffl agitated with rariow rassers te the efJeet thaCHir. Vfjvc bad dtt- soam-s acoon in retectiae Mr. Faywt tersM, aad bad atmresttialvtWr naitrBot,ot)earrni laxatBi. aeoaeittlkn, which wet bs dates nvder lie adtHe f Mr. rrrcavs meoos. Annttsar is, that Mr. Fryer had l ianitiii' bis willingness te meet Mr. Potter to cwsaten cetnbit, with steh arms at edther mtyat choose, ottsUe the fnafssssted walls, rbese rttmort nave as yet ae foandsslsn in feet Whatever vaaraaMto au k. ..luiktoi a., denbtless let to the arrest of My. pittcrjes-1 ADd wbeB Senlor Green aad Bigier were rTr T ,- -nyo Bat aet yet bete I raaiag iu aoasaax ax tats n nrnirelltraun,nis Ma tebsUaed dees set iadaad to pat btenself I eutaiiu- the Lecemnton toae tHth sae THE rieOB AT WHIILI.IO. rroaa the ttan I Bus lalltbs i ati i JAaei l MAmvS la 1 The rain eentinued yesterdsy ; the tributa ries of the Ohio continued to pour into that sir earn, ana as nream eratsjtrord te me, and not being able to contain itself, poured oat same pri&eit4e for which Satarlat It now ao I ,ow. "T- witrr was rnn- ... - " , . , I nt.ig an over tae island, and hundred of peo- utuch abused? Bat thty say that Bettghs op- p!6,re quitting their homes and crowtag the poses me icompton issmiiiiiion, and came I bridges la anticipauon ot a still greater rite. Machinery ot every descrip tion it on its way here, for the purpose ef cnubtoz, smelting, etc. The popetttion is an creat eac very flit. It Ii ttrourbt that to two months the population will he fifty thousand. Society is very bad. There are no laws for the ceilectioa ot debts, or the ntmlshmttit of crim inals. Murders and fights are of daily occur rence. The weather is stormy to-day. with a very heavy fall of enow in the mountains. int Pony bxprets Is greeted wna great en thusiasm by the people of this valley, and as we have bad but a teral-montfaly mall the past winter, the prospects ot a tptick' communi cation with friends ia the East are very en- ceoragtbg. Tne telegraphic line it now completed to Miner's Mation. and an office witi be opened at tn st point oaring tae present weeK. Miller's station is thirty miles east ot this city, re rauf to Silt I-akr, aad ia two weeks the line will be in operation sixty miles still ro respect changing the sense ot my remarks, certainly no-, making it stronger or patting myseu in aay more Derate atxttode. i under sUnd the gentleman to say that tt said 'bealdtd in a inntanlyaad violent manner advance towards Mr. tvivevo)-. itug titer frsjn the Ktn-ifelican benches Now, sir, I wren to know It I ara to understand farther if he tetrads by that any menace or offense. rEauchter.l Mr. Potter. Mr. Speaker, what I meant was tnis: While the member from Virginia wns ehararinr Mr. Laveior. after he had left his own seat, and came down into the area shak ing bis fist at Mr. Lovejoy; and was charging Btm so tnat it would go te rae country with this same oafeate, If it be an offense, I said, wnar. wis a very natural remark", "lou are doiae; Ihe same tiling;" I deprecated the shaking ot fists on one side as much as the -inner, ami i meant waat i saw : and as l said before, I consider that a member has a rljbt, Huaer seen cireuttstances, net oniy to conect bis remarks, bat te Insert any remark which be knows to have beta left out, and I pat it ia because I wanted the report to be correct. That was the only motive, and I would ask the member from Virginia sow, if he did not of his own motive erase that remark of mine after- it bad been put in by the reporters, aad I would asarinrtaer, woat rtgnt ae nas to erase that wiiaout consulting me? When l looked over locec at on. a Jfa.! W. A. itOTSTOX. Salesaaan. Ascites eels. aaJfatLVatraet. - atdS-lt Street Sprinkling for Sure. -VTOTWrniSTAXDrKG certain paitlee WOULD, It J.1 ttey OOULD, raa ai ff th track, I aar to aay a scrabera tkat I VILL.XOST FOamTBLT. sariatl the tier la of bfeapbis, whether I tot tk water thraasa ta hayooo water-watts ar aay other BOatBUa oaaeera. Oaa tbtat eerula. it I doe't do the wac k djo't pay aae ha k oat I'm oaeaiac. apIS S. W. ArGtTSTTJg. THX MSUCUl. BaUsiWB WBT" A nmOf sM ta A UPX rtR a aJTI-osw aaaady. THE T1VX Of TBI PALE TAOBS. . a at I aaljS By Bai Jars. Oaeraea, X, maaWttttrhthtof the boat J- "asas. McLEOD'S PATENT, Watch Bad took Sat TIRST PBEJHDJi CKASD MEDAL ; at She raa-th Aaaaal TUl at St. Loat, a Maes. rtraasi lima, to eater tela a safe hajsaii, wta weB to call aa Ik aatiissasi L www a aaaaa af t I aw oaaa eeea, eB. aptsvat r. a. auixaitrB a. buo.. ef Fraal Bw. OCTOfTBB E. G. WHYERS & CO., - "y0' roil -tAT V. XI 3D I OXT Grl AXO COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 3d Door Abore Adams Street, sptSily Tax PaBKA.voBinr was. jao THE -BTOlf AX OP THE TOSLD. THE WAK IX XKAKASttTA. Direct Importation. TA SU XooortTooaaaar. I tj afaaiti Sa Uaaua Po I aSBhoeboaj afax aSstae tj aatBaataar eaaka ah al itkskak M 3. r. aTRAJf X. Jta. St rwaat BMW. On -Levee, oM stand et J. at. Alexaader. -VTTX bare new In star aad tttrr aar aato ; KIRK & ITILIJASISs str y MSltbweteel. SOObrt. Doaote Extra rssar iw nyraaae oeetatt ; 60T1 tacks Oara ; 100 bales rasa Bay; 60 tab tatter l 60 haxes rastaa, a ebate arttsl far f aattly aw : b0 brla. Pkktod Herriaf ; Si twxea Oodd.b ; 2S koxe Saaued Bateeat , 109 calet stpsrh O d Bjurkaa, vtry ebatee ; Aao. a lart stork af chalea Oaa and Uaalua 7nM. I a.ao-irt ts TnTi.Iir.l aim, .... raw it v. which w off,r at each prtoes ss win make tb aaaatfasl I toait tarfttlv sad atooaotre oatoa? t SreVM A it. LBeuars soC7Hisv DasTiL nnrtyr. il1 afata atnoc. saatk-oaat earaer Waahiaaaaa. n. itasaavV!nlaaatX 2 Wllil$&rt3$F5le r eel ua A aew aad laaiiHift itaek at lawMt Btatoru praas. mt par Poll, ss-separ H a, taatrt- assais aaa xwata, (aetsaeie araaa.) aaataaa aar awa SHealll. eMd. rtatlh aad Sataar Plato. Soaaeaa. Wtra, MC Tooth U alyVes, Jo. Whit bt OaV Akhaya Polls ; Aak'a aad other Deatal Chairs, eta., iiaipnntraiaai, tsaata. Taeth. ate.: main War I the ses I saw wlat the gentleman from Vil I KrTto tT;.1. can.: X Z aaBt. tVMl S i ut be seil to Bavka room for mere. ta rondict with the AdaUntetration In oeeof its ??" crowded from day- fttrtber eatt, when trie time will hi reduced t principal meassirei of that sestJeix. That is true, hot other good Dfaaocrals JM the same thing, and they were not only net abused for rtyi a but their Democracy was sm-iyheu oiestioiitd. light until late in th day by waaront contain. Ing household goods, men, women aad chll- drra nfcuadieg along m the rain. Bsitiaest Is ittBott retires rnteepe I ...I . . ... 1 ... am an aaittwij wsauiai reaca ot toe aaraonues, Hewas ia&eeity, atthe XifltwtsiliteaSt. en Bight, i tvatoptnyarititi Messrs. Milcy cusaing the Leceatpton Httw with Sena tar Oeugiat, saataewer to aa intemgatsrr from DeugUs, Boti Lihttimz4mitemlkb Bended, and a aietire te es cape impending damage has swallowed up eve rytbiBC else along Water and Main stmts. Seme Hirer er rear er the bridges aa ths HempSeW railroad have been swept away.and a damage has been canted that will require lrWes$ Srb'yfith.bout fifty feet at tract otpos it, was seen going aown tne river eight days between St- Joseph and San Fran citto for telegraphic dispatches. Saw FnAxrisco, April 4 6, r. sr. The Bony txnress left hers yesterday afttrnoee at Ma, amidst tae enters ot tnree Uoasaad peo ple. gmia bad said, but I consider I bad no right whatever to alter a -word, or even a comma of it, and I wouhl have cat my. right band off Detere I wpoia cave done it. Jjut, sir, that rensMjc nf mine, pnt in Its proper, place as I utteretnr, was entirely wiped om by the gen. Ilenvan from Viirinia. He erased.tt'ln such a' way that neither the reporters noflny other rraon con ia nave- tora waat tae words were. it was taking a liberty which be had no t tetake. It it the TleAt of no member in erase the remark of another member, Vh'elhtr that remark appears In the reporters' notes or not, after "member bat corrected bis remarks ; . J i k. , w I1.8 . u .? "usln"s' "to. orapa B.rei. fan atotk ; tlcb St ks s aaaeed and l.e hat ao right to tske the liberty of I ad.p6 skirui Chax.ieoa asd checked salru ; 'b- 5lORtAtWtN Sr etoe. rl & taialiats tk patraaat f tko deatal prafeaalaa f Xsaaakl. aad sarraeadiac caaatrr. 1 akall a ar ao kiaaratli eejoit ta sent a Ha aoattaaaae aad extcastoo, ia xoaaaaaie aat attoaalat Stote aat saath teoerally. - i .!, o ataia atrewt. jteaaaia. xeaa.. i4 n Vartot meet, Jt. L!,, i. la Meera. ato.. ohaerv Ike- at eaU style sjT denat A. X. Loeftos Sosthort Deatal Bepat, w5 l a? to W rvtcitoei " - W db,tc2a.oaa AH wyfH X3irvca.oia cleat " X lMxxmxct ta IMifamatiM, saate-etat career Waaaiattoa. btxa- I apis-aa QUICK SALES AXD SMAEL PIIOFITS TS the secret of tha treat aaateaa I have Bet with ba j A. tee Lai DISS' Flat Grty Sait ladiei' Silk lava .ad Bt. n-c XauifalJt It.iet.' rtch BUct Lavea SUaub: I xtra flsa asd rkll BrtlUasta t extra 8m OrtaaftsliM aw I w icobviip ezira ciiaKaw,aMcrta aaa ueiGMtli; at4Ml WWV-SWWX VV rttoitoest altering or amending it. Mr. Pryor. One word more and I bare done with the subject. The gentleman wants to sjattasamatow rvrs Aatrlals ptaln. HaM aad esokrtlderet Trar.liu awn, area Tarteir I A man named Matthew Cumrainr. while in- .know hS. -ntherity I took the liberty, sad texieated, fell overbrrard at the Pacific wharf. 1 uc "at""T fcl '? me and was drowned last evening. I J? . ... Baa Pe th The amount of gold bullion deposited la the I rroeny. i ten myse:r autcorued to erase sHnt, laet week, was 25,994 ounces, and silver fB mwi7J interjeelleB. He saya before tt. these raywt. m7fU dW f ' abstract quettiou did sef egd any man's De-1 Teeterday. tastr cowld dtiar en that sauaa I At iwitair yesierew)-, tne peowe were "Oee- tif Z)asetTtwlc mtrto Tv, a. C . snaaataias in watt numbers, and aoontd aaoao thai It . r...J aa... "' " . rf V"- -e." aaaii i pnetjoy eteetiaj; aa ark, ter one rasotOH or aw acaawu aor naaanitng tats Adsus- I aweseat itetw. monof Kiesat nader the Leeempten caatita- I The "R arrows "en the Baltimore aad Ohio iVl I ... .... , ... Hotu l raitrooa arc a;. wa,, aaa inus cmt 'Ja3t"tJ!'ui ts pretrore j amt the war wa, tp he ae upea t&ator The Ceatral Ohio railroad is under water In i-oncr was say laaarer ne- I Jjeaadat aar aaa- Itta avrawraau.. L.J i I ram-lsres.lad neablE- can tx riearrt from raaaarw ta poaiil , .- -ar.. " . i 1 ' a 1 - w vn i . . . . , . i lucicariu rr -" ta aautr. aaat wat c t..r .t.. , , .. . . i rne traits, -ine uieveiana aneri'rttsenre- read I j. - sawaa It was aet. t-y .aaar w comae ,. l.,, ,mjMm, .h. ' ""' J aiaaror jmo- imL. . . .... . I iajr -iuf . a wit. amt i.-.i. -. t i . . . . . . ' . . -j - - awotni aaa newtti al l " - .ur i u-t aaea ?r:i???2rSr af ?ttt be untVKet-1 teetisK lemsa.rmil elite liPesfcat qcenee propose ta paUith the cttrreaptandetvec bow, as the ataia facts are usJerttoed by the psbije. if".'!? prrimry wear tag K mint bullion to the amount ot 7fiCO ounces. &AavAMrj(ro, April 47 r. at. The nrvnv express left here at 1 JO this morninr. Placexville, April 4 T r. sl The nonr uiajcaa jaaaacu iici 7 wis moraug at aail-ptSt six. The State telegraph line was cumulated ( this city last night, having been bellt from Sacramento to PlacervIIle. (ortv-fire mile, in tea working days. The to h to the Carson Valley mines it .till Increasing. The hotels are crowded and Many are de- Suptxb Plain Black Silks, RaalSfT nmtaTat 4KAjae fUttkara Vau f.a.k. are. 11 " -k 't1 21 Uke atla.Tasia rfltJu.Taw.UaiiaKatki yse!f authorlied to erase n r..... -LvSr w., vwhks . Lof vaoaaa, Olotbrcr, ate. t3 neavy Maa and rat Atakapaa Gattssads. Ef Ifocrnlcf Oooda fall sspply, Kj"M00 yards anpeiaorlaami, 12H cents. X3 BaadMoia Ecfllsb Berscaa, 12 K ccats. Cf OerieU, Itocps, B cities, Sbspes. TTLOn S MeEWIUY, . apIS Jfsra-af.ntsr Wmhttat Bauit. he yrouM have done that thint before he wonld erase what somebody else had put Into the manuscript he would have had hia arm cut off. yet be ceeld put in what he did not ntttr. air, the gentleman says he stands by his lan- euage. a usnerstana mm or tnat to give ne we Mueriy oi -censtrutag bis remarks at I ptease. Mr. Potte'. I shall staad by rajr lugoagt. baataass. As t ksr toy tWi far caah. Import tbeia dsreat fraat tb ataaoiiretrert, tad bar tmatl exposaas, IcuaShodbaiaalebeaptTlbss aty other beast. Jait ft to, ne wuk a call toal ia ail I ut, CIIASi If. ERICH apIT 33 btata street. Beal Estate Sale. TXyx wa an wltaoet reterv. en the preeassta, an j V V SATtrBDAT, April 31, tb. BOOSE AJfB LOT, ywca apa at. zartta streetl. airrriEfaiwi , JUtl Oo 2,i If. IH -' 1 3f. C. OATOB St SAW. Aacttooeert and Beal Ettsta Brakers, sent Ke. S Datao meet I Yrane-c Cat a) -a nsiexnecierH. tad K J .r-KT.s TSZTZi iJlU UiU " nea "rtor means to getover themona- . , ... i , , - . , "'r i tins. tAri"lJr Mr. Pvtter. and baring BwSamed na atttdttaie in the Haw - PwBelerey writes U Iaat Gsarral acott, tntt ait itafarasation from El Pass ft that piraau, were ready te commence the war seen after Mr. Bshthaaan was elected. W. Doaglas was peiatUd sat by the people as his asw aarwt aet ID te programme wat a aerie ef letters from Wathftarton to falots- I it out ia many places aad carried away its I coanteeanced and he adrlfaat i, ariy .7. mtatn 01 atoaatesj- M forces in Kew Mexico be creased. Deleeeles to the Cbarlatte MVesttiaa are JI1 frost tbedtetast, cepeoUlly iic wft. . d naaay gentlemen ef peltt toM.,BctioB are aatetar those en Aafyny Mr. Pryor watt sweeted to-day, aed will te- n ,ii rty '0rfp.P'p-- about twelve areatalt in ihe Ham ) getner with thirty-eoe ot tba Opposli sjatantvatwll aasTa - - - " ... j ! '.TZr . "potiuon to acieoara w.r. wuiiuc uaw uaarseeton convetitioo t4. 1. , will be definitear wasud . t.!Z?-J! tr?arrfed it. tt pats, the Seatte. It rs cemfideofi CjL wnl concur. Thx ?"riiK-A apr,ted demoBstra. Hen was e td St. Josh, MtrXTn tht 14th intt., in hosier of the prompt arrivals! Ihe firtt posy express fro Sua FiwacisaaV The eity waa illtuninatej, the milttarVitnd cttdxeas paraded the streets wftfa baedt of ,nk. Eewers were 1st off, taeschei aapro priau to the oecaMon were spade, and tte W. of feellBg waa tsanlfetted by eTery body The las: haaatred miles of the rotate waa wade in eegbt laairt,A; the vrtvnul even Isettertiaaj tfatn thl. -raa madVoTx-ther pe Uont of the raed. We are not ada-foed where the exaress which ljbere.MeJd baet., rt thee this way. Ttie next express w lea St- sepb on Fridty, Araril 20, at 9 jtLv. Cttrroa. bat the Loceaaptoe quaritlAaaM up and gave them a woadettul push ahead, and brooght the war toJUttth earlier than they ts4edd ; wwwn . leacoaa itao ku. .1- - . - ajwrav am asi over "tr aaexo ameag Use a,-. -w. . And new, mux wbt r My if 1oaf.. at unarleston, a terrible Ut Is the "r?" "n in .tctsoc of lsarj tttit SUU will go for JJnfr, by , tar anaaoiottr at any ProaUt.i .. . . DEMOCRAT.- bridfts. There it so such thing as telegraphing any- waere trom wis pst&t, tae neavy anna asd rapid currents havrag broken dews the ptlet, ana iBappee use wires, east, west, aorta aad tenth. There wat bo cemmataication between wit and any other port. LaGrange, (WHisbarg. and all the towns above the xitt ate dreerted, and the water it rashiag wreoagh them at a rapid aud damag. ing rate, mere is no estimating we aamagt doM tsvproptAtr all along the Ohio. At La trrintTe there are several trains of cars col lected, and a good many witcr-beuad paetea- gen, woo am easerang ratmietja sums to get away. Down the river, at up, it was the same seeae ot water and .inundation.,, Even to Sellalr and Beawoed, the half burled houses coald be Perci ATiex ar Chi.va. The last caaaa. t weand aine-tssnlred and cine.e!!:? m.aWt'Xet,1 !? . l Ofe ctiMrba cave only one bun wed aad ntsntV tattttM tSrte huitdred aJ fy-aight tit7tnd three Isundred .Td' weabr-esaskt- ia iu u ..... . w... . "" --r f- - -w awoaira use t bat been unpleasant for sereral days. Orleans, Jackson and Great JTortliem ltnllroad Fram tbaXsw Orleans Pkaysae cf Saturday. 1 The Blxctiox Yestxrdat. The rote at the election yesterday for directors In' th. Jackson railroad company was a decisive one, oa uo mac -rnr sjtaatirui points. lae moat asurncloas cf these it the nlilnnoF Im.. rests hy which the result waa accomplished. The vote ot the State or Mississippi by Coy. rettos, that or the State or Lowiiiana by Coy. Moore, and that ot the city of Kew rh-leana by Mayor Stitb, was cast in accord with that ot a majority or the private snare-holders. Interests that hive appeared to-be In ennAict. anil which an nowise policy bare brought? fhto collision, were nnlteJ in a bormonlous effort to pieserve this great work from the contention of factions, and placed It ia a position uffrrs It will command onirersal confidence, and combine a tall and zealous sapport for its suc cessful mansgement Tbrfranir action of ths governor of Mississippi is a welcome warrant that the questions heretofore la disrate fart. gard to the relative power of the States, at shareholders, will be dealt with in a liberal tjsirit, and we are sure tint a Louisiana legis lature wilt deal justly aad geasressly wtth them. ... The' coarse ef the mayor has contributed in no small degree to combine Ihe Intercity ot all parties to the stock in desirable accord. The . t. -a it. l 1 1 ... 1 - siaaartia wuituu.uwcumcicawnwioiiiij W r"? nenrtaK prepertr and WOlag i dated upon him by the law. determinlne to . a. - w oaaoit lit troaia are tT,i nio .tuiw nriin aiaa-ie rororeneo tn in. benefit of the private stockholders, the crty Mr. Pryor. I shall construe hi. rmirn 9tB I pleue. a&d whrHbr?r not be stands br it. Ika .....to-JII J A a ' 1 stirijwci win urmoBauiit. Mri Datvi.oP MamosttU, (Rp.) deilred ; to sartfeat be hoard the mr&i.fr from VlflrA i Ititnewrxlclnsvery hard.andtbe weather , - PsageTererred to, as reported I vaa toU(, UlVVt dksirable Wells Plaoe, Pa PIED, sav it, ssa aist JBI UILLIl, oolycbfld of J. R. . - " -orj-a. nsara, lwt Twor oanaks sasRil west. tk Pkriiscvncitts. Coiintry Propertf ! ayv '.y,jaio. Jvl w i f AT SrotcEost e-i LL -peraoo ar 1 r hersbr riotlBaat not f. ... ... - etala aato loat or&laaatd Sr.na.tr awn b. ' lfifJ. dt Jta jS67. payabl. OIV jS AlDAORMIVG, APRIL 23, AT Id O'CLOCK, : apM SH-tror? etxX-xrtxrl TCTii-ywoas . ' rvrxcl ' Oamrtozras? tr TtK BATE HUT. WE ADVMB TOw". T6ETHWITH atAU JILL. nxsTjt TO SXE THtX. KT, -win WB ' Aalc Qnl'- . nrgas wilt. , , STUT 1 . jit-va. ' CO VI -. Ana i a "at tt 2? CWJ ka) w s et. 39 63 a leamttS ami SeweS' DftStfetr ETC, ETC ETC. WEBBISG ASD TISITISG CARS, Eatvaved aad riant ta lb beat stye af tk. 'a Wa bavt iskpSinlmtat BeU HM. WlUOt at. jntllSI sad Bti BS-OrHB, ., wtawa eaa taattktadtowaik at ta btst rweaer aad w SATURDAY M0RS1XG, APRIL 21, laooaawarraatodt up .,I q Oar Facilities. OeVXartallrS AT TEX ttSttrC. To the aathoot bteetr, aaea a wadK eitoadter bareefh THREE i'Ems, W pay n net aad da beslaesa a aaaaat espiini Wtaatatt aar feott toaaa Stat kaaas, aadbar lar aaai, whtah wtth w txpssatta. at aad ttinliln af ktssaeas .aaktoe aa to taiaiak aar anaaasin aaodaaathaawatraiiniiihll totsaa. F. H. CUM k CO,, So. X Clarfc's Marble Block. aet- Fifty-Two Building lots lo.jTIulier, Optician XAjrarAtTiTjBBS o a jHtsny jjubwibp Slaaatfalam Ttwa-M. laa8raal Taaia, a.4 aatxaiiai I nrm sva4 Bea-ia Jtrraaf. IMPE0VED SPECTACLE, rTHlAatl. MM AJHtAbT LBe)X SMZ, TMKW A whtt tmu, aatoila- atar kaok to wot Ua;a aat awaaee,aadaKlMaedta a j itataaf th ottr Ss-at la BStoSsaaatty bxapiailac aad raoaarkakto Sar Ma iletaat H11M11 aodpaaStethetllhriiai.H. Xooutal Xeaaptas Oil Main Street, orrostK Tax PXOVlNB aHatCX. we. aaswka M TroaarahaV. Jj, rZ TAT"- naakt R kit bskakto. ha Pttatlb ursaa aa win nasi) all waa aa eeeera toaeoar. ana. I . a, .in aal at tn u .tti marnet artosa, raas ... . . - 1 xtwob auy a,aea aanaia. isarmr saver net anv a Th atieaisaw 1 or IS. a Sato ar. raaailtar to alt C oor I . . " T ' r - - rittoeas. betat kal a ok. dtoto m. th. St. Ata. ELStSLoSi "ZZfL. Aaaaa. .at watkra atoaaaat wattto atoaaaw. at. I paid htfhar prtootto na, to aay aashatt.at Ska - . .. . - ... . . . -. vr .. " 1 spet tae aaantr. ta oioai xtat to avail 1 thaa war. aaaarlo te all who .. . - - i. . I atp aaat, whaeh I have tamed eery hy aahr V r .r.v.". : -' - , I itoeatltsslty hacked hy ta av v-i. ' . " ...r l.zr.ll ' . . I St af leaarae.-. lbaaala reaatre th to .aaa af al Oa th day of th aatoef tola. I v. - - t ua - - .. . t TWO Tiru .a Oka aroaortr la I DfSPTTTiai.tr I : ' " J - - . iiti ariaa oo. . ' I aar aa aevwca ta aasa aaw a n-OaaaHen wUl a faratahed to lata aM who ma-r I . ' . ."."ow" .1 aaooaaw ato. to attoad tha aato. Aaato. mi. -iiTil " 3. pataBata aat. . .. .. . aa eoaaopaw wroaarrawaaw. yj."fslsBiT. Bvjrniz & oo. AuLlleanrt. On Consisiiment. Ill SrSU. asooet Appaeai tV N apU-!w brbi. Veahaaoat rototoea. j. T. ruAXz. X S9 rnsf Kw. 1 e .r .tj .7 .rs jijip AXB BOOK KEEPrNGk Owners Wanted, Fes. lb saibwaist' diarrtbat aooaa r.aairaiat an tn wharfkaat this 1st day af April, whatBalf hat eaBad sar m letetr aapt, wta ae hn a par okarses: II lkox. tbantitil. taaUiae. Mtotaat say. 1 art. whvttr. ayrl-tm tstoeaatOa. 10 ata (3. ware. 1 brl. 8. war. No mart. 1 task 6. war. 3 trash, fcrealeata. S. rrtaot, Byafsa at iatsekley. 3. B. XORTOK t 00. Desiraole Kesldence FOE SATF. Wata TH SIU. XT BaaiDaWeE. aa tba aarth aide af tha r-toaaa Baaat road, eaataf WS th Itaiiitttau of ortoaaa street wtth said road, aad with bt resldeac a beatrad an,f toreo feet on aal rooj aad rrmaiae Vacc akoot fwsr ki esed aad Stty ft to th a ttey ttwea Xoaro aad Xadtata stst extended. The dwtsttac is ot brkk, eaatataiat St laesaa aa flrst Soar aad twa roam oa tha aeeoad. with aaat re. ehtaa saa.et, kttoboa. etrvaata' raora aad katbnt sslaMtkb- I aaeat, an eaasplet; ui L part rseariy aaw, wtth two toad cuter, tkat win bold strea beadral katTets atari, la tsaat f the baas it a bmsAtral taws, wait setts Maa XT ata, with kaadoaana Street trtes tec shad tamitt.il. AlaaasjwateryfaMea,withthBUat wat ua 00 mraaaarr ex an xiaaas ra u. no maast It aa waa aa they aaH, aad Ktaaaxaf th kealthtostaat EaaetaatoatoriMtct mlhoatty. I aaa aaatpeDed la sU. aad will (lr a bargain ta a aaoa parcaaser lata tat. pteanrt la laowlfif tea prasstoes. mrti-iin stp 1 st. SAK-vrrr. In the cltv. vesterda v. the teadttioB of things remisMttd as of a holiday. Nobody was doing arjytning, aad tae waete population seemed te have asaagregatsd about the edge.f the invading waters. There was not a dry spot twee the island, the water bavitag sub- treed tvrij ualiif eta tae; iil& lUiu oyer la BIO. From Center Wneelinar. alone- Water and Male streets, the iseeele baev roes to the htrh placet and given up their bout et to the water and the rats. There is bat one way of reach ing the antranee b enr'nfficrty land,' lBJ'!o; aaw, aria, -yam, ttaisaaaao and -ran. or. being T 'tWAhrotartt 1ie "f&eet-. for rmaing betwesa Oatacr atra .j r.... S-wo.c. loiiawu are nrasatred and rorty-eicht I Wfeelru- . -TT ... " uentHt 01 sue tuaaow .wtiti, au way npnxj fear hostdrad Aud thirty-oe. j. Wi, tclnl?n bMl firc State, fitd. juttifieatton in ths stngtlar i.," ku, .v ,v. Chatty of the privst. sbockheHers on a -a question that has exdtod geaenl Interest. nandred and hftr-aewoai . o . xefl of' the correctness of Ms deciilen. They, with private interests to guard, would scarcely Mftrawui 1 . . . t 1. dredandelevtB. -- THE HOTELS AKn -rtaa- u.i. It it a bad wind, and likewise a bad spell of erne- aVWal im. Ir. BMtusllina,ldtU:a v , I trlth ta rkAvr mbi i d tAkrj4eva . . rTvi, rT. I Z?1ZZ?Z&J. tbea.,: -'S-' JSO. 0. VsDAPE. HUME F. IIILI,. fyrnCI oa Btak Areata. NOTAET TTELtC AKn Ha to lalir Prepared, wttb all lbs xaceaiary farms and blanks, to akt bias to d tcHoaii wMi praptii aattafartoat. atl who .ay ratrtal khHr kaSwJ.TaMl' ..rf"',, 4ai u aeaarat aawtedta.tauot deeda, wUl k waltod apoa la aar port of thirttr. wllkl toy apt-lw NEt;r MEMPHiS' THEItER. Actlsy and Stay xasarar WK. c. Tnoitrsojr. State Diftator. - .JOSEPH U. DAWSOX. TtTtrSSBAT ETBBTfKO, April lt. Setood nlrblct . rt,rn' ooatodieaB Xtos MAGGIE BITOTr au. Ttj resraaraaaaee wtn rrframrarn trim THE TOtrxo ranees Mac rreJerKSt, win tent Xlu Oaaia ZytaBUa,w.tb eaaa and daare Jf Iss Xaf (I. OnanoE or TtMEdttoHjaalH ttrtbtr notic, ! 1'. alh far tale rlM atm Draaa tBrole. Paranaau a.a RiImmu- - ...... i Tier tod Oabxed Oalterr. cu x Olia onea I . frota IS a . af . tt S r at., aadrnts s uSp. u. ON, THlTlhDAY, APRIL 26, At 10 o'clock, we will sell at anctten. DR. JAMES YODSG'S 65 ACRES, Cousta. rot.aataMfFiV .V ' S27,?&.C.?? 2 ! 2ri lorSs. at. TTTE 'WTLL SELL SIX" ANT A ' HALF'-ACESS, I TV svMiTbled lau foar btittiral Bantsas; Lots, tlt- tatad aa UttaivLentd, aOoioisrts. waatraa asd Baaa fraaas, iln torn eS ata aaUkkarbood af 3. C Iisnler. a TX. WKtiaas, 3. O. Lonlal aad J- A. Aaderssa- and ks cat of the mt inp-ralat aad tla- saat aeifwbadaHa tbe taharbt of tht etty. Thaae tat ara shoot aaa an4 a half rattoa framftoBrt Sawae. and are moat beintlfat woodland.' We -IB sett, at tba aaaaa tiele, aLtJT rehltjslns tare aorwa. rrwoaawt aa 1 1 Boa tit ft exaeooei, aasl soil J. S laasdal an tht east. This la abw a daalrabta ballstat tot. Tawffaatto atTMtd by boaallfaltMt tvatt. aad wM saat a matsittut location far a real- CATHAIITIC ap C IT. JT a E o es the M E iVE 3? H I F T I jfTE forSt a,"'" wklab U ewreral wtOx Jf?.1v"ii!f -Htbtfal aod pradlrtla '.",?.rw " tau t witk .at UraiT- i' ":.n" as at iicuiar retwv.. tad tha i.n tik.-.. Jpl8 Wontarrat.Pnnrea i Co. wuf tosaSSa kVJ-w','".? htab atrial aipa.atsas M S Saat at thest tots bavt tspoa tbesa orchards af apple. pear tad peach traea, of tb. stoat cfoic aharartsr aad earefal arrkai Teraaa Itkeral. Tlti. rl, berood diajate, X0K3ASBAT, tftrratx at co., apt 5 Aorttocera. I. n. xour .railo cubs. Xeaatass. XAsaaa OBr. X. TTAvlAt eaiaattahM thenuairet sn ta boha JaA2 JLXD ROCK RAILROAD. nW nT ,e- e mralar SrtosM aad v poaoooaai- uana wau iare lloasest tvarv kasisMS etaad.SU tplt-la AA ByABTKtlxa IHSI.tX45, al a sow pfand tVM llSStl ITalSr ijl SaraafarlK. b htiela. taosts aat rHV"! ' Ti tax I xsastaro raart ea dshrtfrt aiusAptrtVtalba -cityVTattarylaa ra street, between Tiled sal renrti. ap-Jat aa- aad lSpttr J.n.CTJtP&CQ. (oaataa axrenrdj al 7 o-ttock tad JO miaataa. aad ail -4 a. aa., oaatztxaMao oaaaMttoat wtth Battar, Sapley It Co. 'a dally atats. aa witk tko aeml-waekly atatet af tba Ovartaad Stall Oaatpaay tor Taytars Creek. Eaater-a. Clarndaa, Ahndaaa, Brwa vlK AlUtta, Hackary Ptalns, Shrsi, BaiosvUta, UI tta aVxk, Daraeeollo, Van Barca. 'art IzMK Beaasti, Boekport, Bot Sarlaaw, Waahltttoa, Arkadwraaia. Betwuitswa aadO.ml.a, Aikaaaaai ttottan, MttoOrtft aad 0bttTtHa. Texas, aad Sat Tias-sim, Calltorala. TbrvatS to LiuiaBosk ataobtari. TltUII. ba aat the aao. notalt raa ho h4 at eho stakot aa Ik Oai lis Hoaio, 31 omphl t. cr t. S. XmwItMi. tt rllrr raat tk trata wlrrlar. Xadlsaa at J oarlock p;attasdtnivtla BpeSald at 6,eeiock aad SO taia- "iSSSL..., v dastotooa. sat aad ItHxaie taial meditta., to b taad sprt-lr Scsjerlntrodfat. trfnfrt - ' .pi 5 Information Wanted. rT tb srtat whereabouts af BtOH AXD WATTw KJ Any laftrmatraa win b. arstofallr rerrtrad br kb tsotaar, JKJtlstA waikbs. a?-iatwCl Caatoo. Iowa. IG-afaatoa fr.xa) Ctrtltan ospy ta aatotat ot $t aad oewa aw ao aasa omc. Stolen. TTrBSlf tha sabaerthar. at Basel Hat. aa th J? ISth 31 area, aa tra trrr HOX.SE 1IOLE.1 six jears aat, a tola aad aaatar atarkad, NeBa U ta Itt eye. T writ pay ttb t award far biad doffrery to ra at Raael rtst, or t W. fesooma, at th tatr taraaaas. aplt-wSt J. A. XXX2EU. ATO. IS KAIX HSXET, to fsaattw: to Btoy XaaM IV bK, Vatoasala. wtu B tepcopns a Fiasrre rear. asssea fraat la. at hat r. x, Pt Book-Si 1 aaat. Ha maarbap aad Ailakasitta. rwsoaaSsswBtk osnnatvrm rotasllls aaatlsasbsaa ka wrltlac to aa week, kt aTaax wfak. ueMtaasinaiPBH A. af. r.raoca ream S to tat yam sP ai a wsB ba rooawr. feMS CH3E.YSOJL33SCaS COAL OIL. WE aar. Ut.a aa areaey tor JaaaWl t lijbiaij's (Meetaled naaa. tl, f sf aark. MaLaad ar aow prepared to Sarmsk stta ttiiiltssi artaaasX ITlioletale and RetatI. lartS INGRAHAM A. IJKSS, SbS jfaea atseei. C)t( BiVLS. swt oorurrn roeVtor. kr aaaakr . J J u.ttot & " w. t Xwwwrob aWw. thea. JM -- V- Copartnership. WE bare hhtedav forsMd a eoparts.rihto, lor tba pfarpoMfrala(eaaGrerryand Oratntlaaton atiaeae ta th tttr of Xeaphtt, tader thttylatd v . " u. tn 11 ,w m. wo WX. EEXAX UTLI. aalj-dawiB CHItSTIA.T BIBrKAXiT. Ofinfi BUSasu Wkit. aat Tutow Sm CavSar .UUUsaltky UXrattr rKXLAK. n Jf. 0 joawarta Skaw. TV. D. BEARS. ArTO&XET-AT-LAW, Xatsphat, Taa. OaSOO Jto aa, iu ProTtae'a Steek. ahta atrawt. Raetr tor. sr. riaftao, Baa. tseart maaat, Sb sataa, XeBavMt St Oa. aad Faatsat Saaa. Xtasahtsl eat- J. V. - T. waa, l. Laaerrat, wo, aataairr a. DR. BURT3S OJ TITtll TIC SUGAR PLUMS! prtttcie 3b4Rtsiu aliaTa t-a tna aeHra vriod-1 l aM ac aavnaJ ac oor ajsaai waVMiM ut-uiFtPia aasaragra mtrisiasiBai aaacnraai-aaa axM e-warporaiM wiHt A DELICIOVS CONFECTION, MTLLET SEED, HUTTGAEIAIT GEASS SEED, CI.ARK. AKB & WHITE'S Congress Tt e r , JPST TO HiXB. Wartl tt, McClellaHd, Xoa. netaa 1T7 Xala aaaawt. apti-Sw Otapattta Worskaaa aaaaat. I860. LATE AXD IMPOKTAiVT Raliway and SIrtiBiemt Amazm. t ivn ..v tiiln, -T Caaada.An.rK I T .a ar.11 Laoo of Slatiasif. ILak omillii aad Srar St. LawraocJ Sonaear a mala. I laantlis from BaTato. Klatara 'aaa. m-iaaoia BorMlakta So Ska iallaila aalaia. la varv treat c ar I ootc Oaaakarx. XearreaL Qaaiea. Whlta cnaaar. proniieitt a aaarwata aaa aaaarai aTaaoaaaaa cr tko Do-wots, IH1.TSI in fTMsaoTsoa oa tsa twTr aaa aaaaatderattoB wttb ahndreaj aad at th aasa tea ther I Taraala. to Cat Tiaaaal. Elataloav aaoaeaaseaawo- parau eXartoaUr, yat totSSV, wrtboot nasaeattas; ar I eatt. Off easkart. Xaatreal, Qailw-. w rartaasa aaa naai... "f?tn,Tt!?.: e.r Itartaoatoa. MiaatlMeV. b - Janattoa. Salfoi yaa, Ganaaa, ntahtary. Batlaad, Sofia at aM, artsard Baroa . m SSow wtr. oatrjTH sarasaaa aawtaaw, '-J, " ' rhilaitoipllls. tttwaaoro a- . artoT Dearott, Otoroliaf, waellt, Iaalavllto, Cateetnt Tb. steamer oleaaianaa. sCiTr. wat totoaaat ,,AatttrtaS-ayaalaaa- ktaattaia wSStttK. tsssatt ar taamae staja atktr DttsaaVr Orttns. asd axaitiiir tba ta healthy action, aad expaetant from the blood, threoth aat oral Cavaaatts, th aaafhad sasaa Batter, th edreaaUttea of wotab I tht waaiaftsn ar au osaases. aasatac OtXSTtTATH), TOtTLBBEtTB. UVBS OOrBrUUtT. SiCE HXADAtJHE. BTsrnrMA. biuobs. Tiraattt and ether ravers, OQ0LtEtAaf0a3VS MAZltHXA. DTSXNTiar-. xxxratB atmutv, sax stssAsa, andallfaa 1 itaMiiiiiidtoordraatltlaxfTomlDroitT a tjtoatbod. . Tie, -stttr Teania trt pareir TffataM., aad farm a boat aa ajf aatsta ASTBI apU-a tt. T - , W - - " OSV. aftatark fa; a i i f f ! 1 J Til I 'I M