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HI aty TWs)BM-" r TJV"a3y?- OPHTOSDAY, JTTLX I860. m. ii im.' wi.i -.-ii. mm iirw--9SBad8W ' ' -laisimv . WAt,-7," maBBBHl - . ' r- -Z-T ' . 'JB3PaBBBM Ibis s-Mm gStkm v - ftp: h wit- " li - it. f ? t I) t """"'"" I .1. Ill - " I I !i . ' - " - iHCMBArj : t st : t TCt,v ri, isco. Beading Matter era Every Pagp. Largest Cir?nuation ic the City IKT .a!, T X O :ir 4k. Xi DEMOCHATir TICKET, FOR PRESIDENT, .2. MOUGlt&So TH TLLINOt. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, T8. rojEr.ioa or GSOR43IA SEE FIltST A!t roCUTIl rAGES. cocclaj, jonxsox axu xo-i-TEitVKjrriox. TTae Demoiracr ef Haywood county will ayt:Ve at the ceert bosse in BrowMS-Dee, Jh!-Satnrlr, the 14th ltL, for Use purple af ' ratifying the nomination cf the aato&al Dem ocriiic convention at Baltimore, DOUGLAS AND JOHNSON. Ccrne onel Cone all !! DiiUniUatjptjlitri have promised toat i JDDGEr. T. BROWN, J. KNOX 1 liM-KER,?5teqE. M. YEEGERVEm)., A. H!uH)l7GIiASSXiq., and others. TIIK BALL STILL. MOVING. Litt right, a lirpc asd eattiuiMitc raeetiat of tit national Democrats was beU at the South Memphis market boese. TYe giro the proceettiEgf la another place, to uhieh the at tention cf the reader is speeiattr called It cannot be dosbtea that the Darseaat Dope las Democrats are largely in the aeceadeacy in Memphis, and the spirit User evtnee by these large and frequent aeabHea , taaoet be bh nn'erstood or underrated. Dkwui will re ceive the rote of Memphis beveeal all ques tion ; and this rote will be cast br the calm, right-minded and ceaservatire area or oar city, who caBmf Deprive from toe pufsositn ef heir daty by the whole rice ef office-holders, of hi-b or lew decree, or by the ax of federal power which is Bplifted for the destrecUos ef all who, as freeoes, take the liborty of exer risinf their cxteice la the selectmen of pabMc servants. The Dwsut men are to a nan aoM, defiant and confident at the final aoceess of 'heir treat leader, aad they iatead to be f eh here and everywhere dans; the peadiap eoa tt. royroruc suss.. nunooiKOV TOIL DOUGLAS AXD JOIINSOX. A'.tentkm is inrtted to the preceediBcs of a Ticfalic aeetins held in PoDtotoc coanty. one ol 'he most pesaioas and decidedly Deao crauc coa&ties in Mlsiissippi ratUyis- the nomination of Docslas ad Jobkmit, and eechewisff ail sectteaalisaj. The Democracy of Mississippi, H will be seen, are earnestly requested to beU seetiags in their sereral rosnties to aBeotat delegates to a Se coe rentien to choose aa electoral tieket to sap port the satioaal eoaisees for the PreaideBcy. The city f Grenada is sageeotod as the slaee and the 31st ef Jaly as the ti- for'holdiH; said eonveatiea. This is aat the aaly iadl ration -e hare recently reeeired that the tree Democracy of Mississippi are determined to stand by the national of;a nidation .f oar old and tim-Bnered party, despite the '.fierts of a few eiseranizers and disaBiosis'.i who wish, for sieSah and onleyal pcrposes, to pre e pita'e theSoatborn States isto iceiataoB.n Mttsissippi is caefideotiy coasted1 oa by the Yancevites. Let the Deasocrati: masses of ,lie State rise ap in their mat and retake t ,s attempt, first to dissolve the Democratic jarty, aad then oar gwriaas Union. TKC AICII.IArt nBroLTJTIO.X. The progrrt of eocnts fa Sicily aad Naples is satisfactory. Gauxaxsi appears to be ; ..' oat he is ertdaaMj so frem poHcy Wh le he appears to be waHiae; ia Sicily, the bat' e is really betoe foagat is Naples. We C Te the latest iafotatattoa from Italy. It is of considerable interest : Gakibaxdi has decreed the demclrtion cf For CasteUamere, and the first d'vteioa of the revol i'.ionary forces has been dtreeted toward vrarnse. The raaaicipaiKy of Palermo sent an aodren to GajuaaLcr, reaarsUne; the imae- ate annezaiion ef Ekdly to the Italian Xiae ?om. The dictator repKed, he wa a great ad mirer tf Victob Exkanvsx- aad he bettered the annexation 7oald be accomplished by aad with him, bat that at prsseat the aBacxatiosi of Sieilr alone woaU sot be advisable ; be sides, ii the ereat of immediate annexation, lie would be ander the necessity of retiring. GAarBALDf has seBt as agnt to iadoa to ne gotiate a loas ef WJBOQIBtt the reresee of Sicily bung offered as a eaaractee. The London Tinea, ef the Z7 th. says : " Na ples, by a sovereign act, aader date ef the S6tfa of Jure, pasts eeBsUtattaaal aaat lepresenta- t- las'itatfec aad ItaHaa prisciples to the k Bir.m of NapiM. A cecters! aaweaty Is re--f. to all poDtlcal OBeadcre. f niiuu is o fcrxn a coverBBKBt aad stotatas directly, an ' an agreement is to be made wish Sardiaia te 'tie adoption of Hie tri eetsr ay aad anal-a- s imtSatioBs for Sieilr, with a royal pri- rt aad viceroy. The 7tm says the Ne aToliaa eoaetitattsa caates too late. Tf e e Kreeponaeat af the Loadea Htrmli, cars the createst eBdearers are txtnc; made by e Neapolitaa ROTcrnewBt to raiars VicTon KA.irrtx to accept the ssTses af frieaoship fro-i the Kiac; ef Napletv aad that the frroat nf a cnastitattaa of the Dag ef Naples is at 'he laeticataea ef the Eatperar Naswuoa. The movemoata ef GaniBArm are mew rapid ia: tb of diploawev. mM he more c;ob Naples the far! ef the Bearhea dyaaety s er a a. Ta attack Hesaahi sraaht be. a iesa Mcriirs of life, as the garrison is I'ltmed ia aad eaBBot get oat af (he fast. If Va;les falls, Messina falls as. a matter ef con's. The policy of Gabibalm is arid sally te se--ort fbeaowafafl of Metoiaa, aat by tmmidi ately a UcViB that trmeaaaas fartem, bat by ncttiai; la grrameat ia aaat or Wapiiu itself. That his policy is saeceedug m shoiiu by the coaeffiatory policy aew paxsatd by Na ples, a poHcy which past piarf aad famhkas riess bare, ptwved to be wh dly aareliaWe. Rone Is erideatly feelibe; the laaeeaee of ',aaiaAiei's policy ; arcooats from tfcare say that Gob. Gdtob, the rommaadar of she French for'ee ia (bat city, bod desaaaded a r nfpicrmeat af two r'fies af iafaarry aad rut of -(ralry. Gob. XaaciBscB, who is ea he best terms with Gea. Gtrrasi, is makisa; prparatioas as if be eatptctsd obartiy to be at-a-ked- K aetria n asaareetly preptrlar far mmefaw. g s ! that her tent amal bad remaalled a Sa- -;ia.aa atorefcaat vei tab wit As Pope's V cha betrar the attai,L is a string ' t. aidrveh as will doabtlm lead te a de rcs.vf 1v salaaotioo frem hardlaU. For a i. exptotttoB, er mare piabablya dsalal -'a t, A-iotrta appears to be getttec; ready. atasamasd that sit is preparlrt; for war. T.r fatcy af ammaaitiae that appears 4,&f pttHmg VaaeajEh Trieste is enwBwai. ttrt ifrmut ate already complete, and b fsiafc U httr upecte d. , Tblre are f-C ve Ufti at-OBesJctrinaedtaejcf f PiKmVf tjpm 9jm art Is pllenm the -ia f RoaaTii. F rA stftccfy farorable to GxaisAt- Tr Ppe f es for sohlnir In the etrog- fV. K has eAntj 'o do to look after his ow fll'XeesfBed demlaione. Louis Naro- - 4 ttvm I or lifted toiaterfere aaee-irH'-:'! V Atr4a adpt, a warHte poii a try tdtn( lb abort tietees won Id - ma', M&tt i7tuc. CAiiLr,ViexoE 7n tiTZliZer'ttnM velH set fail to " pre. PHtiMUi a rrroiaUoB. " mtOme tii" has baMod IheJ '-'" af isttmtm sac. This makes b wbteh serpart the er i ' sss b , txnk Tk J'MCM, f - tart, end . oseib!. wn e.t u& , BneasnSB pectoral bckt . lot i: the leaainr Am?. traHoBmrn ., tie E-te w. carted to Z reralar organ '.aUon. OE.HeClHTIC cosVc- In accerdicce with prerlohYViete, &e dele gates frota the dgrerMit tountles eoaposlDg; the Tenth Cocs?tsslcnal district, assembled li ExchtiJ e Bnildins In this city on yesterday. Tin the call of CoL Wu. JL Caxsoix, a com mittee on permanent oifaniiation was ap pointed, consisting or jAt. HAiaia of iTardt man, B. R- Pxmou of Madison, H. B. S. WrL- hams of Fayette. Jso. A. Nook of Shelby, and Jbo. D. CotE of Haywood, who mbseqaectly reported the following officers: aoirmso W. P. Bond of Shelby. , Fict-PrnUnU Wm. P. Finney of rrttt, Dr. Robert Fenner of Midlseh, Alfred H. Rose of Hardeman. Jas. D. Read of Haywood, D. S. Greer of Shelby. Stctrtarut-Jr.0. R. IcClanahan of Shelby, W. P. Farmer of Fayette, Dr. Jas. Wearer of Haywood, P. D. W. Cesgerof Madison, Thos R. Smith of Hardeman. The nominations of the ccmtnilite were nnanimoaily centra rd by the convention, and the officers took titetr stations. Oa takfo:: thecaatr, Cot W.P. Bokd, ad dressed the cesrenaon in a few well timed ni bappy remarks, statin; that the dirisloits in the Democratic party at th prtaeat time were well ealcoUled to cast a shade cf gloom ever the hopes and expectations of the De mocracy ; bat, at the same time, we, the De mocracy here assembled, feel that we are, and heloag to the TftgaUr orga;'-Ha of the par ty. While I speak, I Baderstaod that there is aaecher eeaveatien deimitg to represent the aatieBBl Democracy of this district, in sesame te this city. This state jf things la to be deeply deplored, as upon the integrity af the Democratic party heretofore has been predicated the safety and prosperity a the coantry. Bat, ray felkw cttiteith, we repre sent the tree Democracy ef the country. We etaad by the erlgiBal organiaaUon, aad by the ancient neaees ef the party. Let the eeaeeasenees be what they may, we prefer to pursue, the right and leave the cen seqaeaces to God. After the canclBston of CoL Bond's address. ob motion ef Oat. Wx. H Caxxol, a commit tee af five, eoa(stiag of one frem each delega- Un preaeat, was appointed to draft rrsohf Hoas expresairt of the objects and sense of tt' meeUng. The chi Irman appoiatrd the follcw iae named gentletian to compote said cotr mtttee: H.B.S. T?iluahs cf Fayette. W. W. Got of Haroeman;-W,SHJCASBOLI. ot Shelby, A. S. "MeCxavABKH of "Madlsan, and, Jphi Oweb otiHaywooI. Jw Daring the absence ef the committee, Hon, W. C. Dvxlxt, ol Shelby, was loudly calfrl on for a speech, lie responded In an address of reme half boar in length, in terms of glow ing eatlmeiasm atd geaatne eloqnesce. He referred to the secisstoa from the Democracy in ISM Ib favor af Htxay L. Whitx, coafeu- ng hiaesf Is ban beea one ef the seeeders, and promisifig that if he knew himself he woaU never be wrung again. Said he, "I met to-day a Bamber ol my old Democratic friends, and they aosired to know if I was going to di vide the party? I told them o. My dispo sition was to sere the party. I bare sreeded once ; I iatead to accede ao mere." After Jedtre Dos me cescraded, oar respec ted feMeir-ettizeB, V. H. Docslass, Esq., was loodly called for, and responded In a few re marks, expressire i if the position be at present oc espied. He had been raised aa old lise whiapbaS Hred to liatare manhood In the opin iea ar!heriBcirlesof that party eafv wre eorreet. Bat, said be, knowing STxrneir A. Docclas as I d, StstoricaVly, politically and soeiaHy, I know htm to be one of the safest men the South has erer been called on te trnst At the concession cf Mr. Docclass' speech, the committee re' aimed, and threogh their chairman, Cat H. B. S. Williams, the fel towieg reeetatieas were presented for adop tioa: atioLOTIovs. We, the detegatetiof the national Detsecracy ef the Tenth coagrissioaal district ef the State of Tennessee, in convention assembled for the purpose of noraiaaling a Presidential elector, re-aSrm and adept the resolutions of the Shelby county Democracy, with the following additions, to-wit: Uttdivti, That a committee of fire be ap pointed by the delejatioas present on coonty organisations. Here are the re lehttteBS referred to above. 1. That we heartily approve of the coarse of those delegates to the Democratic national convention at Baklsore, who remained in the convention and refsend to desert their party In its hour of peril aid trouble; that we ear nestly desire, and Mill zdloasly labor te pre serve the nationalrtr of the Democratic party, tad its preservation as a national organization according to the past os-gfs of the same, be ttering that it is tb only eranizatirn able to preserve tbs Union f tbsse States, and main taia the full aed ccinplete integrity of the Coa strtattea, in its e-qmil protection to all cttjzeas af eraiy State and Territory of oar coantry. 2. That we cerdii lly iodorse and ratify the BoariaatJoa of Steiheh A. Docclas, of IIH thirdo rale reeaired 202 votes to make, aeeord Inc; to the augrs of the party, any man a nom inee. Bat all are acquainted with the facts reported, aad space and time forbad my ealer intr into dKait. nois, far Fresidsnl rscegBiaing him as a pa triot and statesman, sound in principle and practice; as a Deo iccrar, pore, national and caceerrative ia ere y respect, and eraiac&tly worthy of the sopjirt of every lover of his country and its iaititatioBs. .tnd we alee ally indorse aad raHfy the nomination of Hcbchel V. Johsbok, of Georgia, for Vice President af the Uaitd States, and cheerfully eommeBd him to the support ef the Democ racy as a tried statesman of aHstiBgaiched ability, a Democrat true and faithfal, a pa triot fcyal to hta cotstry. 3. That we fully approve the platform of prisciples adept 'i by the Democratic nittonal eeereatieB at Charinton ami Baltimore, and we recasTBize the do. Urine of "coB-mterventien by CoBgrees with slatery in the Stairs or Territortes,' as the aaly priaciple by which the duress af the TJoited States can be safely, boaorabry aad hargsrloasly held together as a united people owing and yield'Rg a ebe'ifaL loyal aad patriotic a legtearc to the icatitatieas of a com men txmutrr. 4. That we l&dcrse the sentimeat ef the New York DeoHcratyt "That American citi zenship once iKfrnhii, in rich tf oily a personal attribate of the eitizea, aecompaByiBg him wherever he amy go ; and that any at.empt on the part ef any forilgn gorernmeat to resist or deny this rivbt to the prejedire of nataral ized citizens revisiting their native countries, should be deemi a. rvloUUon ot our national dignity, and resitted uith the whale power of ear Government." 5. That we recemiaend the Bomlnatio,a ef a fall electoral tieket for this State, pledged to ataad by the national Democratic party of the Taited States, and t vote for Dovglas aad JoHsteir, the Bemiotes of the only Democratic national coaveBtion held at Battiitore In 1848. S. That it ia the (ease of this convention (hat Hob. Ore W. Joee ef Uocoln, and Hob. H. & Feete el' Davidson, eminent aad patriotic Democrats, be recommended te the national Democracy as their candidates for State electors. 7. That the proeee lings of this meetiagbe published ia the M nr. phis ArrcAL aad Somer vflle Democrat. ; After the adoption ef these resoiatieBs, it was Sttohtd, That the respective delegates eara pasiBs; this eaareatlira be aasberized to ap point an elector tar tlits twtgresaioaa! district, as well as aa asais ta.it electer, tosettier with aesietam electors for the several oeaaUes. " It was also Jwealred, That thfa taasataa aatherne the delegates here prosea; to appoint eekgales to a Rate convention, hi be beta at NasbrWe ea the Sth iaetaat, as ireil as cemmittees en r esmtaatieB ia their re inactive counties. Under tbte nsehtlieae the respective deie- gatieaa reported as f ottosrs : rATETI E ceCBTV. For Fl i -Jf. T. Brawn, ef flhelby. Ft Jmtatnt Outer Vf. W. Gay, of Har- rr CkvMjvfcmtif-Jt K. an. W. P, Farmer. W. P. Fiaae i.Jao. T. Morrow. Jwanslst e JfeHt-iHB Si'WHHacjs, P. 8. Gleaa, T. E. Mage, W. P. Farmer, George T. Heater, W. P. RBbey. Cammstfe.ei Otf tMU P. B. Gleaa, H. B. & WUstaaes, W. P. Fleaey, W. F. Per ry, J ee. Barttc. tmxai catisrr. Ftr JDeamv W. T. BtaW. otAelby. rr AtHtltM JOteltrW. W. Cay, ef Hir- PsWm io Jiaaaert'e W. 1L CarroJJ, . P. WaieV,Ji;'T. asairh, I. N. Baraett, JottffJA. Ft Cb.Viy FSrrter't.k. II; Doaglaaf, A. . Ketwr, H. D. Greej-, L. O. Rlres,Jno. HM mas, iae. Park, Jrsseii L. Harris, H C. Young. HAanr.Mj( coijxtt. iJs;j Fcr Kkttr-W. T. BcwBof2aelbV. For .fritsionf i3erfe3yf W. Guy, of JUrdemanj jsjFlJ CenrtUUt a OryaakHe. Jas.JB. Harris, A- H. Rose, Sanwel SladUer, G. W. Harris, Geo. S. Gibson. For Consfj Eledoru Gen. A T. Robert son, Dr. W. B. Morrow. HATWOOD COtXTT. Far EUderr-VT. T, Brawn, of Shelby. Far Atat EUctor. W. W. Goy, Hardeman. For Coanry Eletln. J. D. Cole, D. Williams, J. A. Tysoo. et P. Deltzattt 'to A'aiktW.t.J. D. Colt, J. Owes, Samuel Oldham, A. T. Reed, J. H. Smith. Haywood eodnty .lutborlzes Col W. H. Caxbou, ef Mempbir, to east the vote of Haywood county. Id ease none of the regular de spates are present JTashvllle lathe State cenvtMioa. - MADISON ciioxrr. Ftf Utter VT. T. Brawn, of Shelby. V AtiUUt EUdeiir-Y. W. Gny, of Har 4a'.. CemnUlte c Organization? k. R. Read, A. 8. ftogere.Dr. Jno. Cheater, Joo. S. Fen ner, A. a MeCItnnahltn, P. D. Wf Cosg-cr, DISTUICT V yAle Neirten, Wash. Cols, Jafc M. Wool rf, B. R. Person, J. D. Mason, E. B. McKnlgM. On motion of Hon. E. W. Sf. King, It was lUtattti, That tht tomtalttes oh organlta lion n the stveral counties bare power to fill ali vacancies which may occur on ateocnt ot the refusal of persons to accept any ot me ap ointments made in the foregoing. After the Convention had deposed ot all the tegular business before IK Judge E. W. M. King was loudly called for, and responded In a few pertinent rtmirka.aVaticg that he never was a Federal oSctholJer, and never expected to be. He claimed lobe an honeit man a man of the people. He had no sympathy with that srt of proscription which prevailed a Washington, that turned a man out ot ence for bis political opinions. After Jodge King bad finished, H5.Volentlne being loudly called for, ia a few forcible re marks made it clear thabfhe and his friends were entirely right in supporting Stephen A. Douglas and Ms principles. On motion, the meeting adjourned. a coxsnnvATivi: or tub ulii srjtiuut. Of the rariow phltes ot human character that strike our eye from time to time, we ac knowledge a strong pmclUnt for the hearty lover ot " the good old times." There la aomr tblBg decidedly pleasing about the old gen tleman. His apparel, though Lnnecsnt of the innovations of new modes, is scrupulously neat and dean. His linen Is faultless la its purity; the tie of bit neckerchief, and the stiff placidity ef Its aacoaaeed ends, are full of character. His epsctacles keep their place with the precision and rigidity ot long habit II a cane, which ha a stiffness and a formality about it no other canes than those carried by members of the oW school ever possets, it cither struck to the earth with an imperative and decided action, or held under the arm at right angles wHb the body, the latter being drawn straight and erect, while the head is thrown up with a peenllaralr of assettiveneas, to which grey locks add an aspect of venera. biHty. It ia a treat to the student ot charac ter to see the conservative as be "lays down the law," and gravely and majestically refu ting argument, or the ceasideraUon of any ob jection, authoritatively explains what was tbe "good old plan " that held society in Its whole some fetters " when be was a boy." How de cided is the op and down motion of bis arm j when he Is referring to the beloved past I How impreslre the ware of bis finger as ha caations against new-fangled notions 1 How profound bis sigh as he listens to the eaunel- i ialiea ot some modern heresy he is too lofty to rebake! How oracular the shake of bis head as be foretells downfall and disgrace, because the good old paths are deserted I How strik ing the contemplative silence into which he relapses when his warnings hare been delivered, and his solemn predic tions ot coming disaster pronounced I Good old remnant of by-gone manners and ob solete ideas, we Jove thee; thou haat. our deepest veneration. We smile at tiy'denun eiations, disbelieve thy prediriions,.and deny the whole theory in which thy mentality is moulded;bat personally, oh, gentleman of the old school I we bars a worship that is sacred to thyself! We write this apostrophe under the influence of the gentleman in question; we hare just met with him, and listened to bis notions of things as they are and as they oaght to be. We met him sot in person, bat in one ot his delightfully.absnrd written productions ; that production 'appears in the July number ot DeBoo't Jkrieir, under the title of " Modern Civilization." The old school gentleman does not find fault, in this article at least, to any great extent with the improvements, discov eries, and .inventions ot the time, but he would hareithem, and all the appliances ot the age, regulated in their uses and operations by strictly conservative fundamental princi ples. He wants to put an Immediate step to the destructive energies ot trade, and restore nobility, entails, and primogeniture. Singular notions, the reader will think, to set forth in the year 1S6C, and Is the republican States of North America, So it a, however, and we have veritably an old school gentleman among as a conservative, a fossil, an obsolete relic of departed ages an old" sry. That tbe reader may enjoy the aroma of these weH preserved specimens ot antique thought, aBd . feel how the strength ot the wine ef "the good oli times " has been pre served, even down to tbe period of these de generate days, we present him wtth toe fol lowing quotatims from the old gentleman's views of "modern civilization:" "We must retarn more.andmore to the phi losophy and practice of the aBeieats. Srclety is t riving along too fast. .... We are sure that an aristocracy is a necessary element ef every civilized society. .... No man ever gTew rich by his own Ia"ber, but only br com manding the labor cf other people. To make an aristocrat, in the future, we m-.st sacrifice a tboosand paupers. Yet we would by all meaiis make them sake them permanent, too, by laws of entail and primogeniture so that the game of grab might stop, and the property of the world .-ease to be a mere stake to be gambled for by tbe votaries of trade. . . . . We would do the thin af net, and be done with it. ... . Nobody feels degraded by pay ing respect and admiration to born no blemen. Saeh feelings are loyal, elevating and reaniaa;. It is as necessary for us to bare something above na to admire, as to bare soar thing below ns to console us with ear let. A country of tobacco fields, corn and cotton fields, and of all men equals, is unnat ural, insipid and intolerable. There can be no such thing as patr.atlem in such a country, because there is nothing bat "hog and homi ny " and an occasional gingerbread, to attach men to it. Dot ear country all over with churches, court-bcates, manufacturing villa ges, schools and colleges, and permanent he reditary properties of some sort, arrest the ravages of trade, and give peace and quiet to society, and then, and not till then, will it be worth living in A breed of men fit for rule, can enly be evolved by creating a number et hereditary properties Ac hereditary aristocracy of wealth is need ful ta prevent famine. ...... There can never be a famine in England, because her gentry and aristocracy bare always on hand a large surplus fuBd of food to reliere famine. . . . . Large entailed estates, besides strength ening oar social system, and giving it stability and permanency, would give variety and pic taresqaeness to oar physical and moral land scape. It would also inipire higher alms and purposes, and elevats the sentiments of our people. The dead level of democracy de human nature. ...... W are not the advocates of change, bat on tbe contrary, ef a system that shall prevent change arrest the rarages ot trade, tbe ups and downs ot life, and the too frequent rererses of fortune. Rzllroadseed cities by Impoverish ing the country." What a godsend such as article as "Mod ern Civilization" must prove to aa Eoglich tery! The warmest wortbiper of rank could not iarskh the pages of Elackweoi with r bet ter specimen of devotion to the "right divine" than this, which appears on the pages of De Bete. If any one is becoming too patriotic, too eminently devoted to the memory of Wash inaresr, and to the principles ot oar revolution, ia such articles as this be can find the neees Mry.jiEtHote, and learn bow to become, or to ereeah to, o iori uornLAs mektisk; i rovroTOc cod.v tv, .nisMssirn At an adjourned meeting of tbe national Democracy of Pontotoc county, Mississippi, held at PlenitaJe, in said county, on Saturday, the 7th day of Jaly. 1860. M. C Swindall was caHed to the chair, and S. D. Pinaon appointed secretary. JknHnl, 1. That the Democrats here as sembled, heartily ratify tbs nomination of Stephen A. Diuglas and Herschall V. Johnson as candidates for President and Vice-President ot tbe Dsited State. That the Democrat of this State who are opposed 'o see'ionalixlng the Democratic par- ty, and in favor of continuing tbe admlnlstra - lion ctsie i, overtime' t in Democratic -nanus and o principles, are earnestly re-3 qiettei; meeti'ftln theirsereral eoun- ties for of appointing delegates to meet In ation to ckooae an electo rat Ucke! nominees for Presi- dent and Vice ocratic party. national Dera- t ysugcestthe! 3. Tbatthiameetl city of Grenada as tbs p! 31st dsy of July as the time ot vention. con- 1. m.i...rr1.iif... 1 this meetine". be requested to a Tt..t .11 -..Al. x or pro- reedier!. i Ttast the following named gentlemen be appointed' to represent Pontotoc county in said convention, Jn addition to thoae hereto- fsre appointed: J. T. Williams, Simeon Freeman. A. C. Hor- ton, iv. n. jjeu, . i. swiacan, jr., b. . Rootw, U. Ta Bono, ts . u. bwinja li, sen., u. A' namKki rre.TaWaWBW. InTTWsmatlcIl laaaaktaV' i!SaBBBBBBBail Beach, S. D. Plason, James Duff, D. D., John II. Hoy, DavH L. Hayle, Elijah Smith, J. J. Bullock, Daniel Smith, Dr. J. L. Abbott, Jam es Horten, Dr. Calhoan, John Glrens, D. T. Coleman, J. F. Greea, J. H. Coleman, R- J. ToTBer, J. H. Williamson, W. H. Harris, S. C Allen, F. W. Cnllen, G. W. Hsnry, S. H. Plant, Jesse Westmoreland, J. A. Rob bins, ,11. C. Sanders, J. R. Jackson. '. 6. Tbat this meeting now adjourn to meet la the town of Pontotoc at such time as the chairman may hereafter deslgoate. W. C. SWINDALL, Chairman. S. D. Pixsojr, Secretary. DoUulas aupko the PtofLt. Tbe feel ing among.the.ptjople ia ftrcr of the ncmlna tloa of 'Douglas and the plstfom' of non-la trrren'.fon Is enthusiastic. There Is among tbe masses of this State a ground swell which politicians do not yet appreciate, and which will carry the Douglas craft proudly Into the port of victory. JKba1 J!rg: v-. - ur.aecKA-rtc tiekt ijtovtv MEXFHIS MAKKET Puriuaat to ptevlons notice; a enthusiastic meeting f the Demol rrn.nl toll held attb SOUtb market bouse oalatt evening, which was tailed to order by I. N. Baraett, who nominated John Houston for president, and W. u. uarr relary of the raeetl'nr, which nominations were endorsed whereupon tbe meetlngbein organ lied, Itwataddresaedln an ableand eloquent msnnerby Wo. H. Carrol, Esq,. H. B. S. Williams of Fayette county, W. P. Bond of Haywood, James C. Temple, Esq., John Hal loin, Esq.. John R. MeCIanabxn, John A. Putney Etq , i. 0. Tteeret, Esq., Mr. Keller of Ralelgb.and S. P. Walker. Esq, Atjiittebomon taolloaof S. P. Walker, "Eiq , the .meeting adjouri.ed amid Jefening cheert for Stephen A. Douglas and Herschel V. Johnson. JOHw'HOCSTON, W. a CAB,See'y. Tres't ii nut: I. AN AMD JOIIMSOK KATirt- CATio.t nnirritta. At a meeting of tbs Democracy held at FUwtllln'i Cross-roadt, Mississippi, on the 7th Inst, for the purpose of ratifying the nom inatloa ot 8'.ephea A. Douglas and H. V. Jobcson, John C. Duncan, Esq., was called to the chair, and D. L. Barford appointed secre tary. n.. .k. t.m . n ,rtnr ated the cViect of . t..Ttit ,iA innmnrlate i the meeting, made a few brW and appropriate rcmailcs in regara iae rnsv" !'"' i-"-; sltlon of parties, the political antecedents ef Mr. Douglas, etc " It tss mored by W. L. Hawkins thet the chair appoint a committee of firs to drift resolutions. Whereupon the followlag gentle men were appointed: C. G. Callleot, Capt. E Carter, W. L. Hawkins, B. P. Renfroe and 8. R. Burford. The committee, after a short canference, reported the following, which were unani mously recelred and enthusiastically adopted : Biafced. That we heartily approre and rat- if ihe artlnn of the national Democratic con vention recently assembled at Baltimore, in presentlpc; tne names, or oiepuen awki and H. V. Johnson as the chosen lepresenta- tives of the national Democracy. Rndxtd, That we aie in favor oi tne esiao llsbment of an electoral tieket as arly as practicable. RetoM, That the Memphis Avkal be re quested to publish theproeeedlneii of "this con vention. JOHN C. DUNCAN, Cha'n. D. L. BoaroaD, Sec'y. The TTrtvs Afjesitn nnd tbe Avalnsirhe. Editors ArrxaL: In tbs Jvalaacht ot yes terday the editor lets fling a broadside at the news agents in general, though, more particu larly at the agent ot tbe Memphis and Ohio railroad. Alter Informing bis readers that " during the last four weeks, at least a hun dred complaints have been made that the .frn lanche Is Bat offered for sale on the Memphis anJ Ohio railroad," he says, " the news aget has set bimelf up ail jodge as to'wlfaFpa- per ought to be circulated, tad refuses to pur chase tbe .f Mlancie . He ought to be kicked off the road," etc Now, that means me, and this is myreply. And first, if from any cause, either from char acter ot matter, from ine & iency. ci manage, meat, from inattention of clerks or employees, or fromdhejnobsemnee of other requisites to tuceessfall Journalism, a paper fails to fake, does it indicate high wisdom, or erea good sense, to charge the want ef success to news agents, whose business it la to sell just what is most profitable to themselves? Bat that it is, men discover the mote that is in their broth el's eye, but are ignorant ot the beam that is in their own eye. In tbe days ot slew coaches and tardy mill- I . ... . .... . carriers, punctuality was not an essential ele ment in journalism. Rallroa is, however, run on time, aad trains will leave the station at the times specified, news agents to the con trary, aotwithstaading. The trains will not wait for tardy men or slow papers. Lire men and fast naners are tbe natrons of steam and electricity. Tbe Jealatche fails to get out its issue In time for the morning train ; its neighbors be ing mere energetic, or less sleep-'oving, or per haps better sireumstaaeed,have their morning issue in time for the train; and news agents, not sufficiently dull to patronize a losing lastl tution, are thus held up to censure. If, there .ere, the Jtalancht will improve its habits of industry, and prepare its issue In time for the morning train, news agents will find it to their advantage to purchase it; otherwise not. Tbe agent of the Memphis and Ohio road called regularly, either in person or through his em ployes, and one-half of tbe time failed to ob tain the papr in time for tbe train. Further mere, the Jeatascke has seen St to raise the price twenty-fire per cent, on former rates; it is not competent, therefore, for the editors of the .fralascie to complain against me. Let them issue in time, and news agents will then find it to their interest to purchase; bat antH this Is dene It will not be purchased. Reasere tbe beam from yeui own eye, etc J. P. HOLMES, A last It. aad O. K. K. Kestcckv. Our advices frem various parts of Keateeky, and what we gather ftaas oar exehanfts, give us strong assurance that a large majority of those wbo have, np to Bbecxixbidqe's desertion, acted with theDe mecrrcy, are now for Douglas and Joiisse.v. State pride can not seduce them from their at tachment and fidelity to tbe Democratic party. They are lovers of the Union and honorable observers of party agreements. Meetings are being held all over the State, which exhibit a feeling for'DocoLAS not anticipated by the e ceders amLdlsunionists. Mr. Bbecxikuboe, though greatly admired, .nay, loved, Is looked upon as a fallen star, sii.ee be threw himself, body and seal, into the disunion anas of Yaic-cetA-Co. " They Do't Relish it. The Nashville Banner of Tuesday says: Tbe imprecations from Col. Yancey's regi ments here, last nlht, abott the great Done las movement at Memphis, incline us to tbe belief that those gentlemen hare taken bat a curse-ory view of the present presidential race-course. txytr.s huwitta; co.'s ciiccui.ak Per Pereia. Livebvool, Jose S3, 19SA. Cottois. At tbe beginning ot the week tbe market was extremely depressed, and as the demand continued on a most limited scale, with almost an universal desire on the part of holders to reduce their utorks, prices were azain forced down fully 1 J., and in some cases even more. This reduction brought out buyers I freely, wnea toe demand soon became very active, and subsequently trie decline was about recovered. The market at the close last even ing was much in the same position as last week, so far as prices were concerned, but there was eritfSnly aa improved feeling, and consequently less disposition to accept ex treme law otters.' The demand has embraced all descriptions, tut has been more aarticular ly marked in tbe lew qualities, which, from their relative cheapness. Hare atti acted In creased attention, especially from exporters, wbo'hare bought them freely for the German markets In.plaeeof Surats. It will be observed tbat tbe stock is aow tteaiiily diminishing, the decrease having been considerably accelerated this week by the large sales comln; simultaneously with light imports. .We quote . - . Orleans. stabile. Dla4 Ortlaary. SiB4Hd asVISd XKaMM Ood Ordlaary ISeWwt tHSjCkd lltBSjavd LowHieHIBf...... SHi tvt iSd UUdliK ". SXd Sood Xiddiioc d CSd fair thi Id 7d The imports for tbe week hare been Sii.OOO bales, and the sales 62,000, including tbat sent from tbe quay direct to snlnners. The trade have taken 43,000, speculators 2.000, and ex porters 17,000 bales. To-day 12,000 bales were sold the market closing with an setire de mand, but prices still irrrtular. The subjoined table exhibits the stocks tot cotton now on banc1, and the imports, con sumption, etc., from 1st of January to date, for Liverpool alone: -Jar StnrkU American. .,lJl7" Sto t or ail kinds !li3mjtioa Ibi port, ..i!.Ui,Sa.iono Kjporle. ...... ........ .......,ttfij,i..-. ZH COO Tata for aMaaamMlon.. Tf.rt.'tH.. 1,163 ' Prlea of Orlaaaa MHaint..... ..STflTi ....... SKd. Known to boat aeafrcas AmaritAWa.Xaaava ltl.000 Known tat at aea fnsa lExallndia!'t arrlva br lt September... .TwtaSiV. 1(9,000 The dullness which has characterized the Maixbester marketjor goods and yarns dur- Ling, toe pastifour odfive weeks, still prevails; i aevertneieen, mere appears to be no consider- able accnmulatIon,ef stocks cf manufactured fabrics, but as advices coBtmoe to comeunfa- ' vorablr from East India, buyers are disinclin i ed to enter into engagements for future delire- rr. consequently contracts are rapidly run- j ning out. and purchasers for immediate deilr- err obtain a decmea advantage in prices, Although the value of nearly every deserip- I tioa of goods bas materially declined within the cast month or six weeKS, yet mere seems j to nave been ao oirniauuon in tne prantanie-' l ness or tne trade, as tne reduction in raw cot (ton bas been erea greater in proportion. k "Rough SHor.." The Vnioncni .ImtrUan I the other day announced that the Douglas men would be rod over "rough shod." The threat bas been carried ont In tt-e case of the Mem- phis postmaster. CoL Carroll, who was a good Democrat until be refused to fellow the dis- unionists out of the Baltimore coarention. Tbe "reogh thod" ride over him Is intended as a warning to all Demtcrata who may have an idea that they lire in a free country, and that to be a Democrat it is not necessary to be a pliant slare. The knife is still impending, snd if there are any free ininkers in omee let them tremble In thelrheads. Thewareryof "old Buck" is your allegiance cr your blood! Demur. 5T0f the papers In Massachusetts which support Douglss and Johnson we notice tbe Pittsfield Sk, the Harerbill Bonner, the Lynn Bay Statt, the. Greenfield Dtmeart, the Law. anee Stntltut, tbe Worcester Bay Steii, tht Lawrence Cosrier, besides the Plymouth Rock, and we presume other Democratic papers which we hare sot seen; while those which bare put up tbe eeeeders' tieket are the Bos ton Pott, salary $5000 and adrertislr.g. Barn .stable Patriot, about $3000, New Bedford Timet, say $3000,1 Low ell MrtrtUtr,, some $4000, and the fcaiem Mcocait, saury uw. KTaphls f .nva iRon then hart been htimtrSw meet Ut QefSVot the working elstiebtld on P'J'JC' tcn. Green, to eonilder the qne.tlou of the present Wgo pries oi proving.. ... were passed that tbs present famina prices were riot (uitifiible, an lu resulted from a system of monopoly. Tbs Prince of Walei will visit President Buchanan, lbs latter baring. In a Utter to tut. Queen, expressed his personal desire to rscelre the Prince at Washington. The Prince has alto accented an Invitation from the city of New Yott. The Pennsylvania members ot the national Donglas committee hare addressed letters to tbe Sta electors defmtig their. position. It Is Intended by the Douglas men to call a Stats conrnUn, either deleeate or mass, to fill vi caneles In the electsrlal tieket. In New York early on the morning of Mon day last, Mr. Sehoohmaker, a German, who keeps a maiket garden on Twenty-first street, took a load of vegetables to one of tbe dwo town markets, learing bis wife and child In bed. On his return be found the woman and child (ring on tbe floor of tbe room with their throats cut. The child was quite dead, but tbe mother still breathed. Tbe murderer Is a discharged woman , of Mr. S. named Frank Hoffman, and Is now.;ln custody. ThetmuT' derer stole $170. Breckinridge's acceptance Is quite lengthy. He ears that he has net sought or desired tobe placed before the country for the office of Presi dent He then expresses approval of the ac tion of the convention which nominated him, and says It does not become him to shrink from the responsibilities of the post to which he has been assigned, lie Doida to me ooc l Mn-Interrenlion by Congress, or a Terrltotai e,Uluture. eilbeV to establish or prehiblt slarery in tna Territories, and tne plain duty of the federal government when nec essary to secure io ine citizens oi an iuc, Slates the enjoyment of their property within the common Territories, as ererrwhere else withinJbelrfuTlsdletlcn He concludes by ex pressing tbe hope that the canvass may be con ducted without rancor, and that divine provi dence trill continue to protect our beloved country from all danger, both foreign and do mestic. jTbe .Austrian artillery hare been makln ex periments with rifled cannon loaded with cot ton. Although tbe twist is very considerable, the pieces can be loaded at the muzzle. At the last account they had succeeded In throw ing a six pound bal three miles with six ounces of end cotton. These guns are very Hgbt, and this with the small quantity of ammunition required, renders them particularly applicable to mountain warfare, especially as it Is possible to fire for a considerable lensth of time before the enemy learn whence the tbots are coming, eiBce gun cotton makes ao smoke. Tbe artes. tan, wJI In progress at Macon, Miss., is Low throwing a column of water some fifteen feet above the surface of, tbe earth, bat it is so strongly impregnated with soda at to be unfit fomntinaryeute. ' DOCRLAS' POIXT. Oa? POI'fJLAH- . , virr. y . There is no'raanla the bread expanse of the Union who possesses as many rallying points with the great masses of tbe people as Sena tor Docolas. Hit fearless combats with the enemies st Democracy and the enemies of the South are numbered by their hundreds, nbere (boie of alt ether Bring ststrsmen are nuxnered uy ineir lens , As a tt SHeSf e ftjh tjrpJtbeef premises, we submit the following extrct from a speech by Ex-Senator Dance, of Iowa, de livered In Philadelp'ila on Saturday week last: Who (exclaimed Mr. D.) was it that lasbed Sumner, Seward & Co., and triumphed over them ia tbe great debate upon 'be Kansas-Nebraska bill, which established a living princi ple by which tbe matter ot slarery is tobe set tled, and tbat vexed -question to be forever banished from the halls of Congress? It was Stephen A. Douglas. Cheers. You alt know him. A voice " Aad love; htm." Cheers. I knew him when he was an honorable pioneer with bis pack upon bis back. Cheers. I knew bim when be pushed tbe jack-plane in a village in Illinois. Cheers. I knew bim as a village school master: as the attorney general of bis State; as a judge npon the Supreme Court bench, and, sub equently, when be was elected to tbe lower branch ot Congress aad from there to the Sen ate, where he is now serving 'tits third term. Applause And, gentlemen, it the bolt ers and political tricksters who are now at work I to defeat the choice of the people for tbe high- 1 est othee in their gift surceeea. Be will trow upon their bands just as old Hickory did, when be was defeated for tbe same positioa, and by tbe same means, ia 1821. Cheers. Tbe f'miliar name, by which be is aow kaowa among hie couatrynen, is tbat of the Little Giint, but if he is cheated by these secession ists and disuaiooists he will be known in the future as tbe "Big Giant," bfore whom in triguing politicians will Uy, as from the wrath to come. I tell you, that if be erer comes down on any of them tbe unfortunate rnaa will think he weighs more than a tun. Great applause. It he is beaten soar, bis success in the future is certain ; while those who op pose tbe party, because he is its nominee, will be consigned to eblivioa. "That's so," and cheers. The people lore him because be is true to tbem and maintains their rights. They bare watched with interest the persecution to which be has been subjected; they have seen bin remored ftom be chairmanship of the committee on Territories by a tyrannical ma jority, because of his independence, aad .they bare seen those who should have sustained him and strengthened bis hands, retort to erery trick to discraee him. because they wre jeal ous and envious of bis hold on the popular heart, Witheutptranagr,w!ttaatpover,he has stood forth in tbe Democratic convention at Charleston and at Baltimore triumphant and victorious. He reeeired from the con ik.:.t...i.:..i.. .u in. vention the greatest honor it could pay htm, lae regular leri'lmate nomination for tne rres ideney, aad if you are true to yourselves, you win ratny mat Domination at toe baiiet-oox. Itcd Itlrcr staff. The delays in attempting to open tbe nari- eatien or lien river nave proven msiroettve to Uie Industrial interests or a large region of rnaintri EVm th kant f lb iHtrtttff channel to tbe high lands, some eighteen miles distant, tne raft nas caustl the water to over flow the most valuable tracts, here converted into swamps, there overspread br extensive lakes, while tbe whole area of the drained re gion is intersected by a perfect net-work of paious. 4 Some of them, in connection with the lakes, Into which ther spread, are navigable, and have been used for several years by boa's run- Dir.g from tbe river, below tbe raft, to the town or Jeflersen, in Texas. Mr. Moore, a steam boat captain, wbo bas lone beea earared ia the Red rirer trade, bas lately diseorered a practicable mode of overcomine tbe difficulties Interposea in tbe way of navigation by th: raft, using tbe Jefferson route until Red bayou is reached, and through an old channel of tbe river re-entering: tne main channel above tne raft. A very small canal of less than four hundred feet, will complete the connection de sired, so as to opn me upper lieu river coun try to market. He has also ascertained the practicability, as he beli' res. by a short rut- off, of making a new main channel for the Red river, tons obviating the necessity ot any labor to remove the raft, which Is in his opinion of doubtful utility, as a single stick ot floatinr umber, or anr considerable lengui, is sumcient to block up anew the channel, it once really opened. i. u. ifearune. tv.1 "i Mlolcad br a. rnlaejXelegraph. Tbe Pittsburg (Pjpnn. Poif.J sterling Dem ocratic paper, in noWclBg the Ohio State cc vention, says : "About fifty Breckinridge men withdrew from tne convention, and met at tne rtell House, and appointed a State Central commit' tee, and a committee to prepare an address to tne (Jhio Uemocracy, and called a convei.tion at Columb-it on the second Tuesday of Augnst, to nominate a State ticket. "Tbe bad example set br those who seem determined to break up the Democratic party is contagious." . Our respected friend has been mislead by tbe fab ttUgrarUe ditpateh which was sent from Columbus all over the country. Tbe secession from tbe Democratic convention of over three hundred delegates consisted of two persons i0' stead of fifty. The Ohio Democracy was a unit wor Doue-las ana Johnson. As the telerranh I . i.ui j- . .1 i .. . - appear iu ee in iuc usnus ot uie jiepuDiicans, it would be well for our brethren of 'he Demo cratic Prtn to be very cautious in the eiviag it credence in political matters, tne blif1 wbo met at the Neil House were office-holders and outsiders, not delegates. Cincianati E q(rtr. Btrayed or Stolen. A DARC BIT atABE UULXgfmt ar flt l -earl oft, froaj-bvickffyard in Tori faBBaSl rickertat, oe tbo nirkt ot ibo latioal. Tb mn'.e bas tone bair .audar1ta belly. Anr inti faemaiioa will b thankfully received, ant thvittader wlu la ItbatbllTjewlfaed by apjlyinc at tbt ATI Q 173 ea. Jjl2-ll L!a;--TJ' OSES.V..M. O. HorKlHI. 3: TFHirpjLC,MOSTOOMEK: & CO. PLANING MILL, . BiniilolG MVTm;Uli JlKP LUMBER TTRD ALWATS on band, a general arose tmeot of Lnmbsr, vonrb and idaaed, venw and wait pine floorlcr. abelviw, abeatioi, weatberboirdtec. IMf, sleprtj?. aw., tk. aaaa. O-ora, aunda, etc. WHIFTLE XONTGAMEBT A, CO., Planinc Mm, Jyta-ly Near tb Ear oa Madtaua auaet. iFork'3 Odometcr.BaBd company, li ai.h"hu, in, an , aiaaaricter -l A wuKa-sa-ATEftTUIJSIETBaCAR- KiAt.K uanun. w&lsnare irarable cbeap, a d efQ-iei t. ueaacriac wub imerrior accuracy ar Baatanto paaaed aver by I ho Tablet to wbkb lUev aro TT.r4 Tbeao oxtra-fralakrw Band, ooat bo I a irla. are Ikaa lafelior Land w.tbont tb Odoaeter P S flood reliable ateott want-d in all pan of tbe ooaalry. Pieaw. aend for drealar.. myll-lm TaAFfalSS, SHITH fc BOIES. MAxorACTVjiEns or GUNPOWDEE, Ofllcc, Xo. 38 Front llow, MEMPHIS, TENX. All kinds of fl aaowder inaartaally en band. Orders proraptly aUended to apsi-arn DiHoltitIon. THE Ccparrnerabip exaaljat coder tb rtal aad Bra ol J. It MevtVa a. O M tana aT dlaaotred by analoal eaaatat, Jaaaea O'Neal, Jr., ro'i'lot f rom tb Crm Tb bwalcee la ffiaxe wi1 be roadasrd by J. p. Morua, w. S Piett fciat w. D. Iverndtr tb alyle t J. O. Vortasa. Q , wba ato astaor'.ird ta sett) tb basinet ot tbejofd, Bt, and aatoo tb entire UaDtinieoor iae tame. a u. JIOATOX, JAS. 0'XBAL,J1!,, W. D. LOVE. PXIIST. I oootd laprore this opporteorty of leeidrrln: my ob Ht atloos ta many f rlendi and raatamera for tblr liberal satr oitre. and waeM aoficlt far tb new ona a eonUn nsnce ef tbetr favors. jelf-tm JAMES O'NEAL. JR. JLcmons. 1 AA BOIES LEMONS for sale at 1 U U X. TACCABO Jt CO.'S, ;ylO-lw No. 7 Frcnt Row. "Wanted Immediately, TnavEBee Insdisnvni CUsUrs, iuio, cgi rxt Sua, Bwt ami PluMasler. it ins juatr. rmxixo xilu. Jrlt-ti nn swint,, a mtMinJ, Attachment Notice. V." C. nalT. AntrsvTMftr. AUast1fr. rrv C. A- XaUcrr, 3. T. IWW. S)1S. Trri dtfeufsbl In this I. hetekr catisH tltt u ini Is Mlsr trial vo Ike laih (a f Ann", isto, tt to 3mi, a. at., Btfoce C. A. ftlor v, 1. P , of Shtniy frontr. Tf bdium. t srnlca usu saillKe at la nxilM U poesr aa seres tmH alurhmeal rtHL iris iw o. a. iMuiir. J. r. a. c. AttnchmcHt Notice. C. It. Krtch vs. Aetrear Tavara. AUartaest salsa C. A. Matter?, J. f. Dafct, It MO0 TnXdet.M.nl la ihla eaaae la ar,tiT aot'rlad ttat the same Is a et tor trial m ua Itta dar af Ann(. ISS0. at IS clack. A. M. Vlara O. A. Hillary. J. r.. f Sba tr eavatr, Tmaeaaae, at wlilra tlae aa4 slaoa ka la DatiSed U aatdttradaalJ auatkneal salt. Jill l C. A. KAIXOKT, J. T C. 8100 Jtewara. sfTniJEV from nr iLf,b't m fJi Blchl avf ttr O t th UU. a vcrr Urs tlick zor MTLK, vlth90tMr Ura. I ... lira tSO fer -r larwfHuikra m u to ruMi m to ti tht moif .avl $60 tut th co vtaun r th t-irr. A-lJrf TTI03 WII.UAM3, jjlt-afc flffa liarttom. TwHi'j. Wanted. SITT7ATIOK ! a analaarr or rlvalt famllr, a i. fjom Udr, compwtrat to Utcf, it KatlUl. bramva, Lnlia, Trtnch, Mai la oa tlvtt Tlo, Uacxifr iaalle aril lKbrotnilla Crafonlac, t tit UnaT U Wattr Owlofi, tc Sitlatactary rrttrf dcm vtV) 'jm tirav. Ad drtHa K. X J1TC1IINS, Jjll-daa-ln Ft la, MoMtomtrt coaatr. X 0 To Planters or School Trustees ARXKfLKXiK tprlwJ la taitloo. leas' 'trM la tt Seat! SUtti, b4 eoarttitt to twt Latin, at, Trttxh 4tv2 J.ttaucf i mho X 4Ur I.tue4 tf li lar4 ( tioexlloa at Krw Orteaai. witht ta miX a raacarfmcat cltarr as t-rlrat tator or tvoo tracktc na tsi ht oJkUm to cnadat a claa. aa4 fcta tcttlmmUlt aaX rtrrreocea will pnr aUtfatctarr AiUrett G. M., Box 205 postoOoa, ktsi- pMs. Teas . iyll.wtt- men an nso.vs . IRISH I-INEISrS, DAMASKS, DIAPERS, ETC., IOXSUXXMc IUtartfoa'a Linetxa, aa4 thoMd?l- W roof ox oouiiuiic; ut fnaui gooa-( inovia uui th articles tarr ptxtue ar ialtd with Uia rati aa.iie of tat firm, J K. MOnAKDSOK. SOKS k. AWDKK, U a iinarantta of tht aootvlatHi tad darabtlitr f tht aTwl This CABtko 1 reatr sl estf'Dllatltj vctAry uUiti eeaatitlca af Inferior aivl tfefocUro X-inen. tra nrt- Prd. tun ftr waaa, and lvsl with tt turni of HltnaraMii, 07 irua Msira wna, rraraita or ia iaisrr Us ex iatHctd aUsj oa the An?rtcaa casutraer aS th maaafactarcra of tht stasia x4, win IaC rtadllr atn3on a btulntis to proflUtl. whiU imr chastra can h larpoaM an with rooda ef a wortht-fta characur. J. BUXaLOCU at. j. b. lockb, irlt-Ca JircU, u Cbarch tret, v To It. ad those ntsisrsa x bkacti rn. sEsintscx LOT 1ST TDK SOBtntBS, ATTXKTIOS t If tbase twa tantlrajen wbo cmtlad al a or race a ftw days aiftc. In sealcb cd a email place la the vUlnrtT or tht est tit a martet f ardan, will call a;atu. toiak vi can rkow Uam a o9prtaBitr far ptrtntslng six or CI lea a acre ax ui. snru aa aeicaa cosrs. Wabava far sale on tbe Heraand blank roai. Mar ike Stale Femala CMIet. aad la tbs beat ntlctfcotlxod lalba vleinltra' ktempbla, flrteea acres or varyani rtor land, on wbkb tbart are aome elacaat balMias aites, wbtca we win aau at a mncn iaa price taan tnj dber Brcnertv la ill vicinity can tx bad lar. We mean eiactly what w fay, and wilt prove onr oa tertloa U aasbody wbo win call soon at osroSee, Ko. rtS Hain atreet, over B. B. Wittmoo'a, Bt ar tbt earirfr or Sia-uroo aireet. Jyll TOPSO k WILD. NEW BOOKS. eJUSO? BY , Illrjc V Williams, 259 ..MUX STREET, 2.r9 LKATX3 FROM A BACagLOB'S 'BOOK Of U1B. Jnat fem tbe rrw, and f eplet with affectlnc ind lolerealloc Ineidenu. f 5 . Va ra --' - THK WIST INDIES AKDa.TnE SPAMSII VAIN. JJy AMbony TroBop. Sew StrpplTj . . . , t 4 TBSPEST AKDSOSSHISE. Rr Mra. Mf Jj New safety. COtJMS" K AOP ART) ROSA M OSD. Kew Sopply. By Mrs. ffetaes. ZBt MILL ON TIIK FLOSS. Newaappty. ADAM BBDE. New aesetj. V. 14 Iv.F, irs. n.E.i,.Y-oi' .. BUTLXOQE. BL FOBEIDtS, MARGARET MONOSlBrrK, UTrUC BEAOTT. TRBOKE OP DAVID. ETC. KIRK & WILLIAMS, BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS, JfM Sdp tit Main atreet. P E .r.TJ .loTSHIP Attn BOOK KEEPING. NO. IK MA1K STBKET, cr;o.te tkf City BaHdhnr. Mt-mpHt.. b Tt open the tatir ytir. XnrpvpHtia vfrttlDT. Bookkeepinjiari Arttimftic will b rxTtl sr dir. Qttr arrinr4 Mat tt awCotniiiMit Uwng attitt Ibx ih Kha:i. Xicfit clinri from 7H to i. Me for Uait vhoir BjtjM datiDS the Atj. Frrxms from tbe cmxotry can romplfte a fat. conn it ia wrltfnj in a few dirt. Ttnoas fma 8 to DO rrirt of ar will b rciTl. IXTX DO LB IE AX. ASITHATIOK la a virate fmilytt do ctral-er work, or central hn9 wor, br a Tf'pmAMf rowirirl. AAAtm JOHN KOf AllAXa irW-li Nrta-4ait roratr Sfcoa4 wi Gitm WE HAVE ON HAND AND RECEIVING, 1 Ann PIECES ASSORTED BRANDS BAOOINIIJ 1000 cotla anorted branda Rap! 600 brls. Extra Ploar; I09bkda. Bacon; ISObozas Candles AO boxes Soap, a htaky. wtlrh w ofl rr at lowtat rates la the trade. NOR' , ZOOVE la CO., JolS w M No. 33 Main street St. rcic.M5as Hotel!, BROADVfAY, NEW YORK. TXTnaW completed.1!! years ato, tbe ST. NICHOLAS V rsiwaa naivemllr'rrrwotraced tbe most mac&lnee-tit, conveBfent'and tbwwotbly briaalaed estabtlsbtaent ot tie klndostbiteoatlnent. Wbat It was tben. tt ie 'atlas to-day wtibovt a rival In alio. In acaptsoaatw and ia tb ceneral atemeats of irantort and cnioynetiL, Tb batel bat aroimIatienj for alxteoa bendred taeata, loclodlcc ona knadred complete miles of apart meata for families. Six bondred perron ran bo com fortably seated at tb tables ot its three pnbtle dinltr rooas. and sotblst that modern art bat devised far lua ca-iveoieDeo aad aoclal cratiflcatlon of tbo travollac pubUebatbeeiomltltdlnlUptan, or Is netlcte4 In its praarcal atetalla. Tbo early rrpotatlon of tb beta at bwno a&d abroai, derive-1 from It msrorltnde, ita saperb appolatmeats, and lis botae-like aaaSaru aad lstnrtea, baa been enbaneed every year br tbo tn wearird exertion, of tb croprletora JeS-ta TXBADWELL. WHIT COBB tt CO. LOOK TO YOOR iilTERESTI J. & M. FLAHERTY, navaookandbadar dally recliina, meat of meet elecsat a l.rt aaKtt- PI.IXOS, CARPETS, OIK C.inPETIoYG, ETC., At No. 41 UrloB street, Ard invito tbs p l!e to call and examine tbelr stork bo- fare pgrcbaalac eg.wbor salt filisert Mouataln Hair RcstoratlTe. TTrnirri baa t n kaowa only in Central Am.rlci VV wberel batteeauaMwttbesUroaacceaarorlatf aceaury. Tbe raaarkaua vlrtses tf tbla pietaralko far maperapna and raatorin tbabalr to baldbtada, mtorfot 11" Itr orielaal color, remoTlni lb dandratr aa.I cauaaves afTecUoo of tb baas, and tlrlni a kraltby too. ta the aca-'p; and tor ba toilet tbtrnls notbiat etiBal, it tuvtac bee- Iboraotbly Uated In this aMQntry oy mo propria uv in paat two jears berora na uwMbeindncrdUbrlnt It baloro tb ptvbllt antllb waalhorontblyaatiaaador llav rlaoa. AlMUklABt eerlicatoa cf tb bl.beat rlawlatfu bo sbowa leiUTjlat to It naenaled vlrtcaat It ll mala ci rowia. 34 vrr-:uie penect'y nanaifaa ta iia compoattaonoontalali f no oil which la detrlmenti td aa hair. Isjt . When In cje tTJ ether prepara'Joaa for thehalr shosU belaidlaald. orpeclalty these coctainl-E aoUtancea e-f aa oily nttart. . a. w, JONES It CO . .Whateral and Retail ArrraU. Memibii. Tenn. Retailed try the rriacipal drarflrU-aad zserebaaU hronrboot the coantry, tpia-wiv, m JF Strfyeti 1:1 BO at lb 1M1U.MJ f lb, BrOrttsa!. a ' itnttotreu nit vMta COW. wtth wnlte.S i CALr. A. sallAbla ravard m la uld rov'l htr44livtrj tu me, aa zbslsr Ireel, aacaol aw. aw ua uajaao, vaA iki, JJ'l - . A IIJNM. VALENTINE EXERES3. MMM FgrtoHT rsobf vtir rose to UKUrnis ir BIOITT AMD TEH DATS, by oaUrant aad paaan- sar ttalaa, at eetakllabad rallmod latea: nttt elaaa, tl.Ul aaomt claaa. Ulrd ctaaa, 1.1JI fasitk ejaao, R3 r.au par 100 aoenda. OOia, now r.ri. i si Braadwar. Oace, Beaton, IS aula air tel. E B. DllX a. CO., Aleut, J30-lr K J tfowteda Bow. Memphis HOH8C. and Lets Tor Sale. TWO Florae aa LoM, Ilia led on Dialap aUtat. aaat at lb Okarlralaa Donot. and aaitakl far email factlilar, will b told ti s bartain, it application mad aooa Tf fsnber pwtinUra, apply to tb pr prlI.va ot lb Appeal. aayl .Tf. COSTALLO, Plain ana Ornancntal 8Iat Reefer, AND In porter of Wal.k Slit and BatUah Kidt Tile.. lspvpr4 ta d laUns In tkisar IbeadMaUt Hiatal Baaalrlnx dcea at tb abortaat notlca. AR work dooo by IB Sua rax t red water proof. Slat yard on JefTrraso atrral, between trd and lb,Mrapbla,Taa oaae. trrntn STIIAYED. r1T Tbtvadar. Ik SSlb Jon. frum tb il 11 nb-Yrc a Boowc-aajBa. Anna TJ"w r. SaUHlalT. VJ arrlber'a aurkrlbor, lo XrenpbJl colored bora mate, w u a can in wbkb baatet. a box and balf-lorb! meaiorv. ma'ft la ratbar aaaall, aad nay b kaowa br bavios a larso acar aa ibo loft aboalder. Any laformatlon roe ceralafblm and lb cart wit) b tbintfdlry recolred and liberally rewarded ay ji-un cujid. "!sl4iw rowinctj ur. aotiom. Tana TO PAINTERS AND CONTRACTORS. l.lOO bxa. Ass'd Window Glass; 23 brlft. English Unseed OH ; 25 brls. Yarnlslies, assorted, 10 brlf. Turpentine; 20 brls, rutty, in bladders; ISO doz. Paint Brushes; 10,000 lbs. French Zinc, In OH ; 20,000 lbs. Pure White Lend ; o For s' low by WARD & McCLELLANP, WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, KOS. 175 AXD 177 JfACr STZZR. OppoaM Wtrabara Boaae, J,S-tw Jfejrpbla, Tna. WW OF HDMBOLDT ! ON THTJRSDAY' MORNING, JULY 12TH, AT 10 O'CLOCK, In th? Town of IlHrntioTdt, WE WILL SELL AT AUCTIftS, lata bttbett bid der, tpoo tbe f oSawlic tarma Onc-fanitb on tbe flrat t DMeaabar BOxt, balanc la'tbrte eaal jnnoal snatakuneata. I?ow Hundred -3 ' feuiLDING-OTS Stlaatxl ta Ik moat HitMo and deairabl portions of tbe plaee. Maay at tben ,ar 3 rat rat locatleBS foe - a baaiaeas bowks, betas a.ar and' f rocrUr tbe railroad depH. Hiimti ilattaaHaitaal attba ialertecHao ot be M.m pbstAiid Oai and Ue.Maolted Obi BaHroada. ! tbe beattof an at tbe iMbeat tTaia,itfk a-at tobaeaare- ftaet of Tcaataaee. aad sanU beearae, wba tb two read are twnslr let, aa rBjiortant ptaca for bruneaa. ant a destrabl place far men of s&uH mean,, and fcr BBcbea m toaate. Ittaaallliaaol tbat te lutkla and wolkabwps f She reads i here. Plata shwwrac te leaUnof Ike Vwa and the hats a lard aat, can bo bad by apptyiac U bf ONSA RRAT, Da FREE h. 00. CJ-TTIE 5TACIO0 AND ELEOANT HOTEL wtU aho be sold at the aamo time that the Iota ar. Here b a eh tne for a Ban of raterprtseawnaake money rapidly. JNO. OSBORNE. JUL Y 1860. RICE, LULL & CO. RICE, LULL C CO. Orgnnillcs les F Parasols, Bereges iJjSns,. Lairns, Lndles' Suits, Poplins acc Points, Silks, havrls, Grenadines, Mantles, ODT, CLOSING OOT,. CI.OJIXG, OUT, MAKE ROOM FOR TALL .STOCK. rtloiqnlto Bars Embroideries, Corsets, Tarletanes, Napkins, Doyles, Curtains, Mattintr, Hoop Skirts, Swisses, Val. Laces, Ildkls., Pure Irish Linens, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc. FOR CASH, AT THE LOWEST PRICES. Tltt US, TII VS, TRV US. RICE, LULL & CO., CI.AY BUItiDIIVG, 199 .TT.jr.r STREET. JytWa CHARLES TT. TROUSDALE, Attorney -at- Ztawo VBNPHI5, TENNESSEE. OOs ta tan Webster BeJMInz, Naln street, second floor. jelt-Cm S50 Reward. TJ AN AW AT from tbo satneriber oa lb. Sib of XV Jane la.L a rerlaia Utbt. copper colorsd f lrl. nanied Nary, carrying with her a chill abont lea roonlba okl Said dtila t net S or 4 inch's In tlxhL ataoatSJ years oU. has good toelb aad rood cama- tanane. 9b via pnrebAjed of Forest, or jterapaia. Tbo abov reward wlu be (tvea ir caatxht oat of lbs SUl, or la tb. fUalo. St. O. FERRELL. Rrraada. TaDobiraba Co.. Nlaa. lyt-dln WILLIAM rLOVU, Plumlier, TS lb althorlied AOENT ot tb celebrated FTNF- I NAKERS, J W. VATW.a a tu , aeaapoie. iroa. Refer to Oayew nans. Nemphls t V. B. Maria. noapttal.Napoteoai.Ark.1 C. S. N tat. Nsw Orlaaaa. lia-Iw THOMAS CBIDEB, ArctLiteot, TTAS remored bis oOc to No. IS Webster Block, XX tb'rd ataer msll-xra DISSOLUTION. TUB parttrahlp ba'etotoro oalaUax between Savlt . NcDade. La tall day dissolved by mnlul oonaast. Either one f aa Is rally antborised ta na tb Ann name in IlaaldatUn f tb debts da tb arm. Tb JtdeMed nesaf th ltru will be paid by II. C. Davla. wbo. ia f stare, caa b found at U eaca of Jones, Browa b. Co. Jon. , ltKO JNO. C. NCDADE. J0tI"JC. NcDADE wlllraotiano tbo bnslnaal of Cottaa Factor xrad tmrniaalon atorsbaatln hlaswa nam, al the Oil stand ot Davit a. XcDate, No 4( Front Row, ovr Copvland. RdBaoodt It Co, wbef b win a Pteasa-1 ta ae and aerve- hit aid friends and tb rnbtl ttnersHr. JOHN C. JfcDADB. Jnoa 30, ISSO. THE Ml BSC RISER la retlrtar from tbs Am. tenders bla thanks to his ffimds for tbelr fbnnr patronate, aad recommends JohaaCaa.afeDadeaaa hit former, pxnr, at brine worthy f pnbllc patrosAse. JarS0,tISO. DJ-tml HCJATIS. , TO HisctUantons. FBiureisco & co.; A. . rAciico.... ....... ...N. J. Wiair. FRANCISCO & CO. SBALER8 IK Hats, Caps, STRArf AXB CHILDSES'S JF.1JYC JT GOODS BRINKLEY'S BLOCK, 2S 91 A I If STKEKT. SPBINfJ AND SUMMER STYLES Or HATS AXD VAPS. of an erade-a aiwf - -- . ..... STRAW HOODS- ot ..... at..i ' ... I Countrv Merrharita WIE and tt ta Lbelr lal.r.t t. .. . ., v.fv. I matlas their parrbaaaa, aa w b.ta a (art aad wC s. I r" a, riai rzpraaaay ror Ik trad. nr-is HlA.-CISCO k CO. 1SG0. :i8;o. FIISTES SPRING AND SUMMER I ii in nil! SPIVEY & CLASKE, 2-13 itfaln Street, A' RE NOW OrrERINO X njLL AND COVrLSTR stocx. or GENTS', BOYS' & CHILDREN'S Fine Clothing, AND FURNISHING GOODS. CoatrrtitiaC tH U BOTtli! ef tlva MBVaKat, both la I tri aad hstk. w iladUl Oavla 0 Dally Additions to onr Stock, During the teason, direct rota onr place of raantiraeturinr;. OUR TRICaES ARE LOW. Erery article we tell GUARANTEED AS WE REPRESENT IT. Spivey & Clarice, Na. 241 yaut street. T Brownsville Female College, BROWNSVILLE, TE.NN. rpni LOCATION ta la on of u most rtaaed vH-1 X urea la iae suio. Tbe BC1LD1NGS aro larj aad oommodioaa, and ato farntahed with art tbat It necessary ror carrytai oa a school of hfrb order. Th COCRSB Or STTJOr la tbomtb aad tyateaatltv embr aclna tto braacaea aaaaHy puaned la aat twrt cos laces. - Tbe VESICAL DirABTKENT wW conttna aader th chsrx ot rrefesaor IX est. Tbo TEACHERS ar all at inferior fsaHttcaticu aad ataa-extetieac. Tb DISCIrLINX ia altd, and. at th sao tsm,ara aa aeevoea. Tbo EXFENSES ar saodtrat. For Catalota apply to nt William Shtttoe, ar t I Jy!-I A. B. TBUBASa.!-- The Liverpool and laondoR pidp ivn iipp iverio.ivnp rn I11IU iVAU U1IU lllOUllililULI UUi Olllct, 5G Wall Street, Sen Tork. Aatberlsed OapitaL.. .....SI3 000.000 PaadBnCaadtAl.Sar3laaalURaTVdrBada. 5.0OO.0(X) Iaveated ia this eonsttr, er. ......... . f3OtO0O AaajaalRereaae. ...... Sor,rxo 13" Tb siockbolders peraenaBr re.pGOarble far ea- saaetneata or ta company. All atrrciors annt a tockbol'era. w DIBXCTORS IN NEW TORE. JANES BR4jSr,Eaq.,(Brwn Srao. Co. .) Cbalrmaa. TRAXCIS OOTTBNET, Katiii Depaty c&alraaa. E. X. Arokabald. H. BX. Conaal. Georr Barclay, Eoa. Joseph GaltUrd. Jfat Ea... Eojeao Pntioa. X , Alexaadar TIuatTroa, Jr., Eroj . Jnaepaa fow'tr. Sat., VllWara 3. wrtaarr. zi., B r BaMevaaa, zk. Jae- ALTRSD FELL Ea... wdtw Ballett Sacretaty. . S ALII. HAMILTON. Jr.. U,., Cwaauol od lb Board. THE NENPflXS AGENTS aak th attallon of raer abaats, lanltordj, aad alber. to tbo above reliable coca taar. AH tuaaaa saU hero IMBIDIATSLT on a-oof. Far ranbersjlatormataoa at to respoeirbllMr and MMd.MlMf.raiv. 1. m.a Baa arnn Inmt anercbanLa I la Nw Tavtt Now oneaaa, Cbarleasoa, ic , ana IB I Nemphls tSr. H. OoasHI, J. k A. Woodraff o. Co., J, T. Lea b.B. C. br latter. .. aa bkO )yS-Ip9 I. B. EIRTLAN"C, JAS. ARXOBR. Attatt. f RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES. f BRlt.VS iP ULMOTTIC WAIESS. Tar Orltlaal Nedieina EaUMItbed la ITT7. aad Srat article of th kind ver latroilnced ander tbo nam of FrLas omc WArxas. ta this or any other caaatry. ah other Fclmooic Wafers aro counterfeit. Tbo gen- nine can bo known by tbo nam BRTANbolaf stAmper eneacawArsa. Bbtax's FtTLMouc Wa rxxa Rellavt Conxha. Coldt. Sot Throat, Hoarseaeas. Savaa'a Fclmohic Waraas Rellcvs Aathma, Braaehlua, Dlacatt RraathtBg Bbtah's Frutosrie w Arras Relievo Sptttiac or Blood, Fain In tb Cheat. Bbtax's Fvusofic WArxaa Keller Inelaioat Conaxcaptiaaa. Lsag Piaeaaea. Bbvas's FCLatanic WArxna Rellev I-ritstion or tbo Itvala and Tonalia. SaTAjt a Ftruroatv- WArraa Rellev tb above C-aapUiaU la Tea Ntaatea. Ixras'i FtnAioiria Warxxs Ara a Bleisiae; ta art Claewa aad CoraatrUtlona. SavAK'a FtrutoKi WArra Are adapted for Torallata aad Faalie speakers. BaTASft Pu Laconic Vsriss Are In a alraapie form aad pleasant ta the taate. BnvAri't Fclmoxic WArras Net anry retsevr. hat react rapid and Urtln; Cnrrt BarAKt Fouioxic war cat Art a irrented U tivt sabafactaoa to ovary oca. No faafy B&ottM Le wtthoat a box of BBTAX'S FlTLaiOXIC WArXBt in th boaee. No traveler aboard b wtthort a sappry f Bar ax's Frusaxic WArcau In bis pocket. Na perana will vt obfect to tivt tar BXVAX't PPLMOITIC WArgJU Twenty-F.ve Cents. JOB NOSES, M Proprietor, Ror eater, N. T fwMIl Vetnpiaa br ClianJI-r a. C... aM aH drnxxit overywher. J. Wrt-ht at Co., New Orleans, wbola ssJsaarenta. 4lr3rdtwaw;ew;lyla ASSIGNEE'S SALE FRENCH MILLINERY AND EAJfCY DRY GOODS! THE STOCK ASSIGNED BT WIVE. SILBEEBERG WILL BE SOLD FOR ONE NOSTU, POSITTT-EEY oXT COST. Th pobtte aro reipectfaRy Invited to (xamlc th goods and price. A. RADOESET, Trrut, ISA Naln atreet, e30-lm Orposlu Warsham Hoase. BCERRHSrG'S Champion Safes. (Filled with Haifa eellebritod bmilary aad 'powder prrofloct. NORE TRIALS HEAR WHAT THET SAT! xAxxtxo iiocss or xoorus, xlaib at co. Oxxxsxo. TIL, September isth, ISSS. MR FRANK W ROBERTS, taeaa!aetrr of Hr rlax, S.re. Si. Loala. ate. Dear- sir: Thit car. tutaa lb , oa tho Cth day ol rebraary, IS6. oar bank iar offlc was bsrnt, and oar aa.',. which waa Herrtsg'a patent, want throt!i th are, and felt tato th e-llar. toiiether with tho biralag tlmbort, whsv It remained many ttvnra, aalll coot rnoogta M bo dracxed ool. Upon being t penal tb omtaat wr fxnd ta be nlajuod, tnd wa now bare th aaa aaf In ns. W recurs mend tb nerriat't Fatent Champion to rt. vablte. NOCRSR, BLAIR A. CO. rrmisa'i lArrs ivtn TBivantAirr. FalatxA. Fit.. Uarm It, ISSS, Xaaarl. Farre'.L ilerrlnx a Co., tS CCtalant itreet. Fhlladotphaa: la lattice lo tb tnorlt and vlrta of Brr!at?a Faient Flr-pror Safes, we woatd Inform roar that en tbo Slat of January last, anr warehooao, wharf aad star wor enllrefy deotryd by Are. far taaaJoly w htdtr?rLilpl hooka, paptr?, and alarr amonntof rnanoy tcrnred In one of rove safes, which, alihorub It was ex aed ta th moat Inter a heat far apwarda of tea hanrs, stn-Tvanded by ths moat fle-c aad cottamsxaasj fires, snd pctliaxToar til. tr th most sever teetv ta t lu flr-praf ,ntliti, we ar happy to tay it proved Itself wtrrihy of the hurhest rtcoeun datlaa. Onr books, papers, -.e, which it contAlnsd, aari preserved asiaiared. W gladly aad f?a totally tenderttt teatlaaoalal tothaeaany already pabllahod toward cisioc lha EerrinaT Safe tbo eeadlt and ccatfl- dene it traly mrtt. Tery revpectrriny. TEAS DA LE ft BHD. For sal tt th Id anaf actavrre Acaacv. Socoad stre L near Alarm st.. htempbls. SDVARts K. HALL, Atent. N. R. Borgltr proof, bank vsartt and Tockt ar th moat approved patenta asa mak an haal aad mads ta order. JcSadawlna Strayed or Stolen. ABOCTIboltMhof Nsy lut. ar HOISE a dark bay or brown, abont alxteen bsndt blrb. rood ham t bora. went Tooth naler tz aaddlr yoara aid. no narkl ot not except a crack arrow n tf bis for hoof a had on a hedV.wtthTleaSbor collar. A aalubla reward wUletliritrbUUreTy al my ode la Memphli. ' ' IiTUm' ' !.nv n vrrr-vii e VHT7N0RE. jtoi!jarrat,giipnt ftttii. IBISlllilOyffiEfiCfl AUCTIONEERS AND Rest Estate Brokers, 32 yiAm STREET, HATE FOR SjXJE sl-tj 30O ACRES On lbs Plxaoa Rooat pi tab road, three aad a half asHea from tbo ally, la lota f St., tee tad twenty act. 33 ACRES 1 7 aat at ta later stton of th Mrapbt,aad GhaaOstaa rBt and ta riaeoe aaoat psoas road, tdftat( laa toB Sat. FIVE I.OTg On 6tral vaa. aoar th Rae Ooara. eoorUlalnx i t. lolt.20 and 14 acres, aa a credit ritn4tB Utracxa ryaars. 34 ACRES Nar tk White a tattoo, oa Xeapbla aad Cbarltoa railroad, rev aal at a earratn. SO ACRES Vctr atatVIrW-SO acre etvired I a flrrt-rmta & far a tardr(T. Tt raij $30 -per acr. wnXTt cata. WI aaea la aad tw fi l ; or will W trxeluac4 tmr city 200 A CUES, STatr-. dar4v xoat Irnvrvrvmnlt, all aiBta Itra.it cm ta Mnaraisi aa-l Caaiivtioa rtHmtvj. Kz ttaf for eity ytvrttTo 113 ACRES Two mil) Um ta aTryrd. Tm icm eJ arad, aace ad.rU7 umCTM. ootn a ar so acrai aavra or.r fiaw. JL cmforU&kt Dwtrtlr will et MM at a Terr Oa riTE YEARS TIME, Oo aaaL'w4 aa4 fira acna aa aaw XAiruth raatt, fir aHH fram tat ckt. twiaiT acrra citarta aau ia a aica 9tztt t m&iiitioa. A p.eacfii aiarkta sarata, JLH tbt ttack aa-J final- atrtuttf win t mMwIibU Uce A 7r eaaasc ftr a ftrirnn. TIMBERED LAND. 140 ACRES Opposite sth WheaHoy's place, oa tb Born Lata road, and ab at fire mate Booth of tb city. X bartata, on ruaoaabl tlaa. -ISO ACRES On Beta Lata rtajul, Mi aarr. rirared sod ia cHaalie; good reltrBg and thnses. Terms axmaatSJlag, at low prieea. 4S0 ACRES, Thro hxadred aal twenty acres ti-ared and la catMva riaa. la Fbaria caaaly. N In iae topi, and near Fanota depot. IS 5-1 ACRES Near Capt Joseph Lnw" r.teae. A apecalaaon for tbooo wtataa task a large aaea payai-ov. ONE LOT la X. J. Hay' snbdivlitaa, forAe cheap oa loagjiaie. 11 1-2 ACRES Near Sovemor Barria' haaxtmelrlarroTcdet 20 ACRES On FoaUr street road. Jo.t keywd tod :aU, f.r tale la lata lo K parchasers- 300 ACRES Oa tbo Ratettb roaiL near the residences of Col. Fope aad Dr. Akcrtvoanbl. ia lata of dee. ten aad twaaty acre. Fart cleared, and balance beanUtaay Umbered A aplendU location for a ttdeae v aurtot laroratr. 1G 1-2 ACRES Si.KttFaBr liailar it : lb. laat lot lfi tb GOVt L Rohraea sabdlel.loai. oppoattr Gov. Jones, for' sale oa foatr years tlrao. 7 ACRES Oa tb aew Stat Ua road, oppesrttbo rratdeac of J. a. Lonadalo arel C H. XBtatnr, Ear. A beaatlfal IacaUoa,ooryone and Ihrse-jttartet tasieo rr.ni ipnan ro,aar. 3 1-2 ACRES Ca XeL-ra aveaao, baaatif arty timbered. H 1-2 ACRES la th Atsttn dlvialoa. finely timbered. 20 ACRES Adaiaiog Dr. Wkeaton't, oa th Nora Late rood. 11 ACRES Wee of .Nr. VaoitT rrafdeoc. G'3-I ACRES 'a i half fh.betaaeo I lx, at a Ww price. tweleo and eitwt-e. raoatha, . 7 ACRES Of wrdAOIaatltervanown faak raod. aear tboeol dene ot J. Weeks. Km., tw tal a half taHes taat cf thee'tT. - IC ACRES OwMoaaphtt and Ob to rsHread, three Ih frowi (ho rtlri s,venacv.elra. sev am wm itaoriworaaw Lkrocben wltbjw. room auole, carrlax boo, aad aat nc-esaary ootbetr.es. A beaattf rrt rrtMar aad market gard. Forrcbepapo,reaBBdtai.. tVAKFIELR TKACT. 200 ACRES SltaatdoarlawBaoatred.tbroad a half mite. Tbatlrtraca.wlKbtoldata tar rain, or it will bo told in Iota at Ore, I eta Bad twenty acres aa toaa nmo. -I 3-1. ACRES On Norbead avem. hoavrer ilsabereJ, chap t.r caah. IT ACRES BeaatlfaHr soaprov. In tb trltri of Flahmvin. Will tctuar I city property. a isg;ackes Savae mile eaataf tolty, oe Ibo Nacoe rcad;,tw hudrtd and forty acre cleared, with good, aobeUntlal larprvremtnta. MonsarrataJDupree X Co. lyll Haywood County Landj. 535 ACRES OF LAND, Sltaated Xifht milt ea-t ! CJl-erUW.B.r IIderaon'B Ferry. 250 ACRES CLEARED; BALANCE HEAVILY TIMBERED. THE Inrpro vera tats consist tt a DwsBinx Hon, n gra eahins. sin. atatle. etc. Thla la valnabla nroo- erty. bat w will aQ it at much leas than Its vain far ne-thlrd nab, balane in na and twn ytars with lnter- er, it lmmeaui appucauaQ la made. J03X at ONSA RRAT. DOFREB ar. CO. TWIIsTY-POIFJt TOTJNS AND LIS. ELY l"EGR.OE.S. .aawaf'it air-r.rwT W"iha for aal'. TWSNTT-rOTJR TOtlND AND LI HILT NEGOOBI. They moat b aoM' alto gtthtr. Ttnas .aa-baK 'caab. balanoslrt Jaanary nxtv - X0N3ARRAT, DtJFREE ck CO. myM , , ...A.. IB.SJAU A. a- urvT.. j.n 1. 1 IflT I M COLUMN. Auctioneers afid iaiilssioii JTerehaflff No. 19 IfawLteoH Street. PROMPT ATTENTION PAH) 70 AX. S.1Z.ES or REAL ESTATE. NEGROES. rxniflTTJSE, GBOCERIic IN CITY OP- COUNTRT. -10NSI0NMXNT3 aoUdtad Aacosal I , r..M laniMl nn a7aaaaJrnxocSta Oar nadlvaddattauoe.wiu aw aa." " sir ruled to oar caxo aalaa JaS Cigars'. Cisrars! n 1 nf .r( LAMLETA BBaJrD, LeNBRES, 1UU.OUU aax Ia Nma. JUtalU. an crjn rac.ataa Rezaoa. JaaC reaalvtd an eaaatxnmKt al far sal star t? Jail A. . a" "- Bourboa and Rye 1rhifcy WB kavoisat received os conaatnmest : M brta. aid Bonrbea whisky, trj - old By Whisky, 1 - old RobrtaoB OownSr wadaky. Tot sal cheap by Jail A. S. LETT av O itUUajlUUU 111 JSH AUCTION, BY A. S. IaHVY fc 30 No. 10 MADISON STREET. TTTE wall aotL at onr rooni. ta frat f atore, SVSRT Y Y MORNINO, at o'clock. Grocer lea, Llra, bare. Olxaxa. Pamitar. ate., ale art A. S. UtVT. Aa nTUJVJB 28, 1860. f. D. B..I OUR S' Umm 3R STOCK SranVIER TRADE. "stTEVER IN ANT TEAR, OA At ANT SEASON " iX THITIAit. bar-- w tiad a nvare rxTU. Asa FLETB 3TO0EOF Rich Q-oods, Than w now afftr to ear friend trad Sao pwbrha. Oar avasortsneat waSl b. ten raa dortot tbo usas.i br fro iven iltttliii r new and cwaia artatti a. t its ttat br Nr. (Bark, who wMt bo abarst tar aaat paartoo. tar Uodlag assaeta ar : WATCHRS DIAMON D-S, SILVER GOODS, Silver Plated Ware, SI HC C 1j II 8, Guns aad Pistols, FANCY GOODS, ETC, ETC.," ETC. 3VZ 22 O AJXICAIr, A kind of work, laatadlna FUIK ANB wfA- NENTAL ENGBATINO, doao aw Sbe bft maoae-r, aed wtth dbpalob. F. II. CLARK & EW Xo. 1 Clark's Marble niook. JoSa-daw Fresli jfleai. TafST RXCalVBD pa? a4aaaet 0. E. IT Hta I IB. a taste ,1 V af Prr4 BM Cora M..L aad far aal. Iwar t FLOtTRNOT 3t CnuwMBS, hS-daw . It 1 Sundries, rrnfi boxes stsrcbs sJUU leeaiot. j-besa; seeeaa. i-ltoytei SW halt botes aoedta.t; lm afiaster baxes Sardiweo SO. cboapBrwraaa tm half abeata Jeat4aaepeTte-Teaa 96 baxe w. a. 0h ICO sacte Baa tkffae; ts aaeka Java Bsrai. ALte, Sigar. 9taaars, Flaw. Sana. Rya, as all aaat Boc tided Whtaly Soop, Frarttara, Tseaoaa, Ctfar. eta., etc Forsaielawtry l-LOwRNOT A. CR-tWIWD. Jya-daw So. II Ftaai Raw. R. A. FAXKXB. SB - Jt- X. FAXXIX, Jn R. A. PARKER 3c SOIV, Incceaaora to Farter. EJdtr at Dtvia,) COTTOX FACT0P.S, COMMISSION AND Forwartlu? McvcUauts, NO. 6 HOWARDS ROW, (UP STAIRS), !VIoxTpl3ijs. Tonri. WE lender oar aervtte far another boatsese Maaoa. wrth tbe roet aaaaranr that w raan aad wW ren der salUfaosaoB to all wtaoeatrtut aa wit. Wear tnaa ncsa.paraaTtag th aam tea. o! potary waaah ' erued our aw aad Ma p-l-c-ea IWr tbo pt IwesSy yeara ia I Me sey. WBI M rdea tar merahaaoHa prompttr. aad at tb fewest mat as. X con-a oonatgaed aa by rtvtr tnroTw, ttsaseaa other- W Caab adraaee made apoa eaUaa or m sfeatawta m storo. .... Prompt alien aton tivtn a lb lwrataoog daarlewat. in dlmawta. R. A. TARtCR h. SON. a. R Bxioox J. T- NAXJBALI,.."C F. FeI.X. Lata Asratlf. a e. afisfVw, Tesas. tarttstta, Nirf. B. SL, Caattdevrttte. Brldsctd, UTarshall Sc. Polk, 5, COTTOX FACTORS, HH,. RECE1TINC, rOR-tTARDIXG, XNS COXZISSIOIf UERCBJXTS, Memphis, Teun. rj- At th former otrleo of Brtare It Narsbjatt, No. 88 rH-ONT R9 W. afrtil 1 3eptrre. aPfer aarreaK llaae at thsir new fa,N. 14 Fraat w, vr Total a. Goyev. hs-453 tJflade to Order : "WARD & TREAD WELL, WILL conttaao to take measure for Shirt, Coats, hill sod Tests for tho next ua day, arbor so Nr. w art's departnrt for th eastern cattee far tats and winter awchaaea. WABD & TREADWEaT. jyt lOt Comer Union and Sbooby stres. Public Sale. ON TCESDAT, th ttth of Jaly, wo win aeB at saabUc aactlon, in tbo town ar laka, one booafrod acre of laLd adjoining tbe tows. Tt will a di rated lata lota convenient far braTatiog tHrs. Tbo atOuttaxi ta bath aa! heabtby. and vtr. deslrabto for a aaaaaer rttWetrta TERNS Six. twelve aad elghteea -nenth, wtth later cat from date, aoenred by not aaa aterov daeoavlty Th tltt la believed to bo toad, bat realms aa traatarot w only convey in that character. A. 2. ".XXSOLOi. A. X. CLATTtJN, Syt-twtd Trasloot Disso.iiU.r.i. THE Coxaartnovshlp xiatlng andr th atyse and Orst of Hawks, Smith ta. Gav. i that day iSaaaatera ty matcal agrtrment. Nostra. Hawta aad Srasth eesariat fromtbeaamt. WrUtmFatkaaanoutbataawaUahtl-i Uleo of tho uocm. Tb hssioes win r fBtar ht coradaolod by Wm. Fark, andrr thstylr Wm. Fork A Co., at tho tarn ataad. Jt. HAWXS. ' JOHN SUITB. WJt. rxsc. Vemphis, Jon 1st, IE) Tb ratirinx partners nld imprara thla cwortraaaty ot tead.rlog their obitgatteaa to rhttr many ftittada aad ceatomsr for th liberal pa&onace.exteaded tbaaa and sroad, aolbcit for the aeir Inn a aaoattsnaaeeat tbelr avors. . BAWKst, JOHN SxtntL Th batiaes ot the new reracern wilt b olmaaaaty ooradactrdlnall tu branches, under B Immediate awser vlaioa of Nr. J- O. Barbonr, wb la also daty aatsor itod to mak any and all aettl era rata M doelrtx tba aSblra af Hawks, Smith Si Co. JeJ-tm X. FARE Al CO c vat... ..---was. tiows r. rorrxx. FAY, BROWS & FOSTER, AROHITE OTS, ARE prpard l furnish drawings snd ipedflca lions of bulldrngs of ovew eacriptii. and alaa ta gtvo b air personal aaporlnlendoneo to their arectrrm. IJ-OtSBS. No. Clay Batldlrx. apT-ar Water, Water, Water. T-VRKSH CONGRESS WATER. X Frosla Artoalaa W.II Water, rreon saraiec waarr. Fer Sle. TWO HOUSES AKD LOTS aat. SCTTABLE for -mail lamme, ana BH 'miuted on Uvn'ip atreet. a abort dla- taiKS w IB. (.aaiiBauw imjw wUl bo made liberal and saay. if appU-. ItTi'Jl e In oe AnSn Snhdlviilon. beaatlfully altuatad for prrvato roaideacea, Forroxthsr panlcalara, apply to lis proprietors ef tie Appeal. . MUOdra '. 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