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THE MEMPHIS : PAILT APPRAIL- T3ETTJKS DAT,; "SEPTEMBER"?; "I860.
t-e. 1 - A A MEMPHIS. TIID1ISDAY, SUPTE91BCU 27, I860. Beading Matter on Every Pagr- Largost Circp'.ation ir the Ci.y TO"V- TON" -A- Xi DEMOCRATIC TICKET, FOK PRK6IDENT, Of KUKon. POM VICE-PRESIDENT, of eamoii.. KliECTOltAIj TICKET. ran Tae statsI at iu ttoL W. H. HK.K. af Maary. Hea. H M.WATTBibSON.ef Warren. 1. J amu TTAJi, Jr., tt Ctaaa.. Z. W. H. tUuw, af CaaaaML 3. 6. W. BMtm. af McHiaa. 4. G. F. B. SiLHUTM, af Jachtoa. ... A- Baraawa. af Caaex. n. Was. J. Ajismhsws, af Maary. 7. Airaaea Cmn, af McKairy. v J. JL McCakk, af Oariasaa. . Wm. P. Calbweu, af Wealilaf . 10. Man. W. T. Bay. af Sheshf. Tbe Federal loa Mil be preserved. Tbe Ceeabta'laa mast be saafastaiaed ioriatate in alt ta nana. Evenr nrbt rnaraateed v tbe Oo t itutioa mat be Btatocted by law, ia all cases where legtetattoa tsnteetsaryto Ms enjoyment. Tbe ladietal aatheritv,. prerided in th Coa atitaitoa. asaat be sastasaad, aad ttsdecMaas implicttly obeyed and faithfully execated. Tbe laws am be aaasMstered, aad she con stituted lataMtitire aphaH, aad all aalawfal retisUace sapprewed. jsepiea J. SfufM. Tllli roOTMLL OF DKSTISY. WE ABK BOTKD TO EXTBVD A XI) STIUB Oi TIL W AnSOBB THE BHTHC OOKTtKKr Of AK1 SICA. BiOLTMSIS UK ADJICBITT IStAVDS, (r bscoms una ukand oncAX bojtki) bc rvtur i no sot cabs waaraas wr uh TT .'B SOti TO! CAKHOT SU IT ' IT 1 TBI trrwi or raortMKcc thi oorimir was BIT APART AS AX ASTLTM FOB ME O" PBEIBB OF HI WSMILE WOBUI, ANB AS A N'-BSEBT FOB UaKKTT . AKD SMC TBE rBB f J ABE COLUSCTBD rBOM ALL PABCT OT TBC WBU 1KB TtI.V6 BBBUBm TOMB THE SHADOWS OT TBE OBBAT TBBB Of UBBBTT- tfrWkiie aa M la rdrwief aad Lt, fhr s.weaan eV gaSHwirr tre rntatea e rnes swlvtscma aa e n . .put a Martf aad etraUel Mparf 1 5CC raoepccT ar nm BLBcrsaK, bitheb bt the rt"FLE ob artfrawtfrE. oa. Mmtt 1. Vrr. SEL 1'IIIST ASD ForKTII PACKS, THE A V UHiXCIIlt AM THK I T SI OX. Tbe Bdcsiasax aifaa ia this ciy, rasefaited a f er dewraBuen and bolters as a Beeao- i-'ic losraal, eeax atWfiv feOed, Bosplatsed ga) cbacriaad at tbe rasajlt of its abo'tive ef fort t dracaaa and hrew-beet the Nattoaat Pmocraey af Tsaasssee into a barfaia and ale of thahr party. Ia aa attide of jester .1st upoa tola sojbjl, it dtapUfs BHseh ef that omwotlilf far which wild cats are praverbially remarkable when harraseed aad irritated to it er deaparatiae. As the embodiment af po- lii t.l fiaaticiMB, it aelther thiaks, ses, or reason ; hat reels, baraa aad acts with a ma ma force. Tab) joaraal haa the eaVoatery to rbarre the AmAx with (reaoWytooto Demo : a- e party charge which shoald baater the lip of any hsaist amaa wha darte attor it, and one whiih we iatetxt shall reeafl apaa Its em treacbereas bead. '""if tbose who i'erate tat charge wtH hare tbe hooeey aad maalissis to sabstaatiaic K, re promts ta prove taem EBHtf af treacherj 'o both party aad eeaaery. Bat it Mas vary XTaceaOp ia the meetb of tbis .oaraal f Impaia ear fealty to the eaaee f party, when ear baslaiM has been aa earnest and ceaulaUat aiBBaelstioB ef all who, like ttesnt, desired to head erer the whole rranuatioa to the Yajkets aad the Rhetts, Ee so mt ar political vaesals beaad ap by tbe fetters ef BattJeaa servitade, as if they Trere r.pable of bajsa; traeaferred Uke sheep inte be sba-Qbtee. Wha is it that has been a am rtn.iiac ire-araad ia the party far tbe last wo THii, cviac; ia im cemfartu tax ea- rmx - Wha Is it that, baaing Bsaeeribed a K.-en and vaHiat leader af the Dessecratir par'y.becaaee has dsiii law were werte taaa sewabbX aaw ceases rsssplilaini: beeaase f a faihsre to caasammate a Htw wUk Mt "cade? Wha is it that after hariac; a-n-.uae btevheb A. Decstaaaea "Aerxtsr trait," aad aeeariar, that aader Be ear ' oMtaaca caald a tsac soathteB eaualLaiau Sim, Meata aaw to aalliatc with his eappscltis a eoalriaa nhsai oeteaeihle eeject la the esrr fice of preaesple far the attainment ef .;aV Wha n K that aaVrs to da tadtrert lv an act which, if deoe epesry, boacstiy anri atxnre-oeata, waald e'aasp the iadiMaU mark A pe.niy aad lacsaaiitaatT open self , aad be . n'Tersalry eaaraeteriaed by an iadieaaaiJ pab!c aa a'alliacaUea aad aetfiecTaee ? Who stt bat iaaam'Beerdtasaaa4:eaeertBiyaftfae b.b, kaUfhmttf dtsaaissf after baviBf crc()i bscame dry bahiad the ears" from a ti"h into the States rights LVsaecracy aad ' of, oace iaaaraaatry deaeaaesl urUin Democratic leaden as weraVy to be " htmg mt ' ve ae Hmm T" This is the reeatd preseated hf eae wee res to charge a with tacoasislcaey aai resrhery. A AWFUL. HIile.MliniL,IXT. Some mi ar eacbt weeka ace we urate a In ef article reaiadiar the seceataa; belters from Cbarltotaaaad Battiaaase that K bad net en appeared fat hah it eaerssrty, the feertat i.uMiaiHty they had aesaaeed ay tSNtt sai . iJalai.4 iaeEcaeable act. Aa elecsioa day approaches, aad ttsacba beeagrren for Teasoo, argamint aad redntisa, the setemn parsing we rac tanas is bagbwia; to s'are tbem saore faHy ta she face. Tbe Batcziif bice ram, ae a patmsaa Taeomat, Is well mgb ptayad eat, aad an sensible people are hgiult; to tsafc: at it ia a snore seriea aad eoUmn potat ef view. To Soa'h Careiau, the eMeWases far the legiela ore are all plidciat; BVemsefres to go on of the raiaa ia the ereat ef l4wceur election. Bhsahl they aa se, aad we bate bo W ubt tbey wiH, tbe sneet serieas caare queries, haaaciaJry aad caassnercisBy, maat . ecessanly he the rasaM. The baaks af that sod 'be adjoining States waald, as a matter of r ure, either snip tad er cease aH aecotamo '5 a! ton . tbe price af eettoa, aegreet and real estate vreaM ge aawa ta a aeentaal value, and general baakraptcy waald hefarl the rsailry. All eredrte (waald ceaee at oace ; Karapeaa rap.' a! woaU ceaee to Bow hi her far laveet ineo ib Aasrtcaa eecarrtte, aad K is 1iaVatt cor teaplate all the evils that waaM aatiet ns. Many stare than we bare eaamsrslal, however, will readily saggest themtetve to tbe w 'i of the tateltigeat reader, aad K w are not m .stake a he sagas af the Matt, some of these evil are already begiaarag to be f-l' aattciaattoa. With each evil coaaeqaeace a three glar ing tbe dasruptiealat ia the face, weak (be. full knowledge that they wiM be betd to a strict anaaatabatry by the people, K It net singular that they abeuld aeek toraas with the rerular Deasecracy. who stead firmly by the anciest asagas aad pnadpWe of the party. For such evil reaalta there ie aad caa be bat oee ressedy. aad that i, far tb better to re 4eat of their error aad caste back into toe rack of their forever ceaspaaiea aad friend. We caa tiasaniWy ask thea to da that, while i. can never Betea, to a prapoeitioB to become deeertera esasili'ei aad barsteaite with theee who are the etajtasl aataars af the rertchlef . Tbey caa either do hat, ar they can fight da outsHe af the Barry, aad wfcea etectioa 4y ehall have dtveteaed theer (treagth, thev veftt find tbaaselvae the IsasJMng stock ef evee tbe Bnrk-Kcpblicsa, ea account of their tx. i vise weak frees aad paaarty of Baabere. y- A'ra.d to be ban est ia Ms lasidiou s :rporl of John BH aad the caase f know. i.'Marisa, 'he Amu rasetta to every eub-'rrfue- to b.de i's caawrleas p-rfcdv. Since it . )!:.' much to adwBce the caase ef the (,rv-., .of. , i ouefat to have the besesty aad " - mto'i: 't i i'. eepaasdag their caase, to as s ime tb. u mr al ' afwlncar. Beh'rin-t 'jr author of the abnve paragraph tos agru.esun, ttecaaaatfer eae aameat dohiu,, , eeioto pate that Krttatea ded a a -B ei . t.je Avertioa wbfeh we l.nve her' . w.j. ... i . ..e. - rnr V t -4 oazcEiKr.ipoa aver johs Bsax. A J si'-o twlrttytoi take. SMttrea vblrh jhtt-e aetuld US in weaenl lin.'nf Mtlar&fr tnlt?lltrtW fc -a... $., . 3t e at.. Onno- L-a vtiitmr eenrre ikev tsiv, w shaB eetbesHaletorhar- ,e4ft, a, .lie scaae,. uBfoade aaa , fatee. TltV eilOPOSIID boOOLAS-llHKOR Tbe polities waleli we bare already as awned aaa eaenclates, in regard tn the pre liesedfaiioD.isa denial of the riaybt of Ike central eematttee, tbe elector, e any etfcer power tfcma cTeUn,.o ace t rejeM By!poHon for a coalmen with aaTprty, ia the present eeodWna of the .presidential castas, in Tennessee. The electer. for tMs State, after beta a- ... iia.. t... jaI riefat to vote loo either ej tae candtdates Daw before ,h. l. i .- ifa.r man. eHciUe to taMdatexefrfreleeet, and there Is no oMI- we are ealj-left te regard It as base in con rttiM tiwtrMrt to vote for any man for ceptlon, and alone Intended for campaign eap- rfc . moral rieaVe. tires by taea, in. accMtfitr t-er B0iiattl as ejectors -bis ca.vae, have been denounced as worse to the party w selected them, ate. ia,t Kflfwita Ihan the treasonable heresies individual candidates f-r electors, ean. before f SeVard by the BreeHnrtdce leaders; and or after their ejection, pledge tbeasefets ta tar them to eoort a eoaHtten with men enter any er they cbooee, bat wkevm thef talates mh opWcM) swely-saTors of a cor- pee sraaitc. to vote aifsuatty from toe ren Vtbe party etTect- ttic their nomtoatloB, they commit aa act in eras Walatiea ef good faMb, aad woald forfeit the cenadence and respect ef all heeeraUe men af all parties. Wnec genMwnsn are e ejected as presdea tial electors, they are aaqaestieaably beaad by arerr sdMgatlea ef fanb wbkh ean Mad aa heaecilitr man, ta vote la sack a maaaer as faaaWalty to represeat the wfohes ef the pariy who seltctod them ; and they caaaot, cenaist eotsy with good faMfa, take apes themselres the rsspanstblh'y ef etearBBg tbe wishes af these whom tbey premised ta represeat. Aesssdlagif.whea the preteaceteeters for the jtefc af wrat aa the BaxcsixajBaE ticket is this State were nominated by the Democratic State caaeentlea at XashrlHe, la Jaaaary last. tbey ware jaetracted, aad aspealed, to vote for the smmfciet ef the Demeeratht aaHeaal coa veattoa , ptoridrd be stead aa and sspjiarted the CiBctaMttptatsarm. That was the nlyjMgc reaaked at the Deasserattc aaadidate for tbe prisidiacy. Aad when a pettiea of the delegates from Teeaeesee betted tram the Democratic Batioaal ceareatlOB at Bahlawre, and went isto the Beeeaterat the "JUrrlaad MM , and then andabaictaaed the nsmtaatfon for Presideat made by the dtsaaioa coareatios at Biehmead, they sail Id eah act as WinVwii, and eel a deesaaes represeattog the DeaMeratte party of Teaaeseee ; far not eae of the belters aseerv tog of respect wiH contend that the Deateeratic coaveattoa at XaebrMIe appeeated them dele gates ta aajr ether than the Democratic aa Keaaf eoaveatJoo nor wffl tbey insist that the aseecU; at the Maryland isitMste" at B tltissere was the aattecal eeareatlaa t the Demeeracyto which tbey wars a (legated Bar wilt they hazard tbe epialea that they represented the wishes ef the Deesecratic party of Tennessee when they eVterW tbe tsytntjan aad aWedthemse)aa. with those abaibear prerkwsiy acceded fat CaeeJeetoa. Tbey knew that they oogbt to hare been eon- tale4ity the aets othe''ahrae coaveatien, froaTwWQ Wre Aiy derTted'fteir appotat- saeat as delegates, aad- yet they utterly disre garded and Ignored every ceaslderatieii of ibe kind, and joined the enemies of the Deaa- er.tfc party, and aided in the sanely parpoee of aSsiaptipg aad destreytag that ttsae-beaered organtzaUen. Aad set eaVy ee, bat the Stile electors g elected by tbe Kaehville eenveatlow, in Jan aaiy test, instead af being tree to theer pledge, iaaptled by their aceepUnce of the pesittoa of Demecratac elect ore, astd sastala the regale r aoaiaees of their party, have diseraeefally boKed Ma ttoket pat la tbe keld ia strict accord aaee with party esage. And ihey have net ealy aaaaaaeed their ibteatiaa to rate far the sea- races ef the Rtcbmead ceaveatlea, 'bat thev have all deaaaaced ia terms ef aafastMable and bitter reproach, the candidate and Herni ate at the Demecrasie naties! eaareatioa, withaat resignieg tbe positions aarigaed thea by the KaebvWe DeaecraHc btate coevearioa. Kawrar apiaiea is aimptr kbis, heat wl the electore. aeieeted by the Democracy Tennessee, in January, made ap theer mines and aBBooBced their iataatJea set to vote far thexeajilar Deaecutic noalats for Pf eeioeat aad Vse-Preeideet, Bade at Baltimore, they forfeited aH cteia to the sapport ef the Dimaeratic pary, and they are simply foaV. reaeaf candidates far eteetors, amtaderaes' by ihe fti aetaea ef a ay aasfaalza'ioa er cea- veatiee whatever. Wbea the Batioaal Be seraey held thetr coaviBtluu at Nashville, ea tbeSBth. July, laat, there was Be Democratic electoral ticket ia Teaaessee entitled ty Beai- Mtton to be sapp-rited by the party, and Sad- tsar such to be the state of facta sxistiBe in T9aBaH9Vf a tfeftt C 0 Wt &t fSB RGfBe'&A tt4 I electoral ticket, aadimg the aaapart af every mimhtr af the Battooal Deaociatfc partr ta Teanessee, aad each elector wbo accepted hie aosaiaatiBB by that caarentieB, jitdfU Hmtdf to vote far the regular Beaiaees of the Demo cratic party of the naties, aad no erector ae bat ticket had, or has, any aScial authority to make, accept er reject a By prepeeitioe ia- eaoetsteat wish the implied pledge gives by hiaaawttMacsuttamafBis afteial acceat- aaee. What csnadiBce aaa be lasid ia lee coed far at electors who, opeaty lepadlktiac: wHhes and iaetiaetiaaa af the ceeveation I aiaaled thea., persist ia lavteattarJ tWf cbisa as the aaailaesB af that caavea aad who, while tbey nab'athiagly solieit Dimiuat to vale tar tbeas.aaw nublicrr hat tbey will Bat vete far the regalar see ef their party, bat intend to vote for a maa wbe refases to stand upoa tbe Democratic platfat Ia the State af New York, the caasfatioas nf the atttoaal Dcawuacy, aad awe af the Bell aad Eviatrr aad the BarxEiKaiBos parties, coaferred apaa eertaia committee peevfic powers far the parpese f eeecUag a faatoa ticket, aad they have beea acting under hat aathority. Bat no saeh power ba beea given to aay committee ia bW Stole af which ire 're yet aware. The State executive cea- eaatee af tbe Bateoaal Demeevaey haa power to all aay vacancy that may ecear ta the dee teral ticket In Teanessee, bat they bare aa power to create a total or partial vacancy in tie reetoral ticket rf the State, by withdraw ing the whole ar aay part ef that ticket ; aad qaaVr the leastr Bitten which the baiters pat upoa the actiea af the eeaveation at Balti- saare, tt seems to a that, if there be ae rega- lar presidential fcaaiase af the Demeeratte pry new before e eeaatry, there Is ef any kind ie the hand ef any com mittee or of any perron whatever, deriving satbertty tram the D'swerattc Sta'e caaree- tioa held at NaehviVte Ib JaBaary last. If ear view Ve correct, we think that the dletingaished political wire-patlen ever-reaeh- ed theme etves when Ihey aedaeed a Demeeratlc elector to prapese the withdrawal af the Dea aeratte ticket ia Teaareeee ; and wbea they karw, er eagat to have knows, that each a utopittiaa was eotirelv iecaaaisteat with tb' ieweted pledge af haaor whleb that elector gave whee be accepted the pstWaa assigned assa. K tbey really and stoeirely desired to harmaaiz and aatte tbe Democracy of tbe S ate, why did they sat try to da s la an open aad nsnir masserr Why weald they thus I wdataaly aad craeHy impose apaa and de ceive a yeeag aad Inexperienced pelrticiie t What do they, er aaa tbey expect to aecaa- pHth aaeag as epe-beirlefih erred ed, ap-1 Ttaht, hearst, inieWgeat and tataktag peaple by a traBeaetioB se nnd'r-biadad. unairnraed aad aaatBly as the eeaaH trick by which they have atteapted to aeeerspltb aa end wbecb.If rJcht, oagbt ta bare been doee aaenty and silthsut jitgaie, aad if wrest; eagat sot to hare beea attempt til at aR. Uader thtac etreaastaeees we bare bo bati- taaey is reterating that no fsies ean ever be j eaweummated apea the terms aad eoadttiaet which have beec pafned. It j wrtt l-i I kanva. aad we biiv si. aad we believe Bitted ay an ca' kadH abd beaeet men, that a very saall racy favar af tbe Teeaessee Deaec- af Stephen A. Deavtas far toe rum rr. 7KsjBererr and raerenr acknewl- edgaess;8"ejvamf our eetesperary is n sa-eh Mhtble aat.nMi to Us otaal char- trter.thst H5eecvfep of both mention and eommtWBeJtos. We are expecting that ear magna? iraeas eeiglAor will stretch Hs cander ' f- r '"tkW',Bd isb it reters wnH me remaixawe aaaenBee- meat ThatrSt or rtWrllewa In toe North are tt.ir .snurt to AiuhuIjsom "HT. iW ! aniPtVc Jtaar frem WeHNa tfivrN e 1C azitU fhat lie fii rnsaiiHrr tTf- NathviH aad Ntsrtb-wester. ratroa. IfeseriBg .way jt as aaiaral a theee ef otberrosdt. A bajgajfi car has bees fitted ep (prttofcttaaaBadetlas of paseeacers, aad the train leaves regularly1 every eveanc at three ereteck, giwnj eet a dss Unce af atxteea Btries,' Vote ns the Steaxeb "Metb." The ptsitdtntlal sate takes aa 4ttc. atoaner Afetevr eossnW aaswa ftaa St Iefe.'y4aiay, aa we laam (w,i. a v7 vstss ja n ea - ' ' . a r. ... i taMrin ..... "I", 1 9 1 usr:iirr.r.:: ; ; a attjpea aaa veassa Wawej. .1 teT aitou, be aWe-asata.!. .T:LlhJ 2Sjfc ! m.. jncKCx. Tent., SepdS Appeal: My aLnUotfV Jf" P-EoiToa Appeal: My ii called I atWdtri rise to tbe rojriUon of Meisr. Brittos asd Maleee far a fasten ttekrttaTra. sessee at the Deaoerat. asd '"' declared purpose of which ti to defeat xlell lo tbs Site. The Tttf er cf Britton aim Mawne calli for an expression of opinion from toe Dooclas ats. as weH as from tae eecetjert, as to tbe expediency and propriety or toe coau ties. AftrfaHtsuKattonwiUt car friend. I fief bat onooBieton eaterta'sexl, and that is, taat tee propoiWoa d but a demand upon the a-pporters of Deaglas to abandon principle. I pwf " orar-wmiuous v m enter to stew. m. spans P'"y - Proposition was predicated trees atrtalac that Hi not call for an aban- donmeat of principle, K aiShl rec.lv some I taMeretlea ; bat. demaneins Hal. Tba prleerplei wfeka we advecate rup wpm r"" las nea, after bavlagenftBnced tbe teceders as deserters af principle, to change tacUcs and vote with them, weald place at In tbe at titude of tbeae wee are devoid ef principle aad waattag tbe elementa of common honesty. If srh a imneettloa were acceded to, toe trtaads of Mr. Bail waald charge us wltb InvW abamtoned the very principle to which we sav tbe Breeders have been recreant In order ta defeat their eaadWaie, and in what way would, or could tbe charge be answered to we sattsraciioa or me oonesi, iuiukibe men af tbe State We reeadiate the propesiUon af their faction as a base overture for 'he adaptloa ef means to accomplish a double parpese, eae of which it the annihilation and overthrow of te ireerulr ormnitatien in tale State. Asa Demoerat,! cettasly de sire that Bell should lose ibis State; Dot if ne is to be lieNatod by a scheme ateepd in sueb palpable rusmutiaa as the one proposer!, I, foroae,aas apposed to it Oar country il on the verca ef dieeola'iea, which, if ejected, trill cans internal violence to take the place of eoaetttated order, and ptong lato a revolution which would only cad in tbe dlt membetaeatof tbeeesfederaay la view of this factit becoett theaatyaf every citixrnto stand upon prinrfple, and aparn every offer for its abaBdoament. We hare beea denounced bjr a earrapt prees, and Senators and Cencren-. men, as bavtBgVeserted the Soath "In anbonr so raden as Hie present, and sold ourselves to a aeaatfer sewmewry tsirreef. Their charge is black with fali-hooH and calomay, and sever wtlt we take the viper Into oar bosoms to glre it eSecOre sbeat,th. It they will withdraw their ticket, acknowledge their error. and retorc ta the sappeit of tbe old party. Bell wilt be beaten In the State, and the party will triumph wroaeheat tbe Uniee. The In creasing strength of our ticket causes thtm to desire a eealitton. We desire so onion af parties Balers it be span principle, and such a coaaiaa-iea alone would meet wtthr"popBlr 'Tr. It is to be hoped, that Britten and Matoue will stiH continue to defend tbe right; bat if the axrtted repudia tion that tbetr prepesttiea meets with, sbooW dissatisfy tbem, tbey have bet one coarse left them. It is strongly inspected that our Sena tors have bad something to do ia this matter, and it such is tbe eass the public wHI draw hot one inference, wbfeh wtll be that they 1 leel tnrtr royal, senatorial seats slipping rrea under tbem; which, perks f4, is true, as there Is a settled rJetermrsallea la the Binds of the Democraer to taaacorate a srvr dynasty. Already they begin to feel tbe keen edge of popular rebetllen. Let as be aaeeaproaitiag ana leanest ta rne advocacy or ear rrea: leader aad the anion ef tbe States; and it is to be hoped that an era of good feeling will soon come when ear party shall again be united, and triumph aa we have so often dose in tbe past. Let pradence and moderation prevail in Ibe press and on the stump, and we may yet be able to triumph without sacrificing pnBeapte, r rem wis 10 we cna or cne can vass tbe friends of Mr. Breckinridge will cbaree upoa as that we deeMaed a coalHlon which K acreed apen weaW have defeated Bell in this Stale, and for that reason our cause should be abandoned, and thereby attempt to prejudice tee people against ss. Mr. Britten stmetii have foreseen this. It is, however, to be hoped that Brittoe will con tinue to do battle for ibe party of which he is an Honored an, prominent raemeer, and from " Grtnrme" let as hear no more of coa litioe, bat that our caase is growing and in the ascend at. Very truly, E. BURKE. McCLANAHAN. Wit. ItttlTTO?tJl ITEOI'OSITIO-V- rrz,t,iiit itxposiTio.voFTHunii' rnjea Ut KuknUe PiMimL) Below ear readers will read with special satMtactioa, we do not doubt, a letter froa W, H Malo.se, Esq., one of the Dutui and Johksos! electors of this State, giving some aTtenal exilhara of that very con'empt iMe trick, by mesas ef which it was expected. by oar two oafted states Senators, and the other members af that wretched clique of po- UHeal manager with which they beH aHiance, to iadwee the boacst, fearless and patriotic sepperters of DeeeLAS and Johicsom hi Ten aessee, to abandon their cherithed principle-. y eld up their gallant leader to unmerited mc-H riace, and consign themselves to lasttog dis grace. ;Wr ak of jaaf IriesSJsXo readjtoe let ter of Mr. Maluke atteativelr, to poeder its ceateaU, aad aeite with as is asmeawed con deaaatiea ef tbis atest corrupt aad aamanly scheme of treachfry. We do not hesitate to prenBuace tMs Brfttoo prefect the lowest and most ditgastiag atleapt to asderralBedad de feat a noble caste Bhhdtbaj aver been breagbt to oar notice. We hoM all who have beta csa BKted with it, either remotely er immediately, aa having justly ezpo'ed tbemselvea to the seers aad aahwnun of al aeaeraWc men, and vrt feel certain that ear ticket, so far from IhAviag beea weikotMsd by this wretched, dVefce, win, n. oi eao, tt raaaa w nave neen greatly etfeaathened by tt. We weader what Iriefc or-ubtle and ssscrupajfoot bdverstrtes wiH resort to neat, We keen ef bo expedient l9wer aad avere aWcreditable than the oae which has beea.ia this iastaBce, so eaeeeaaHy tried aad maf is Mlery. We will discats this aatter mere at length ta-morrow : Kirt-iikErTe'nn., pt 2S. EoiToa Desmcbat i Tbe Dnin aad .f mer- tra roanttaea the pr apoeitloas of Ja mes Brit toa, jr., to mean that tbe Dooetas electors in tend to eaitrely withdraw. I did net so under stand the p'speeltiea. at Mime nr. itmtea agrees io come off; but sate wbe Hese" should come off, nothing is atd In terms; but of course it was understood that a certain portion of the "Breck" electors were to ceae oa. I was taw that the "Breck men" in the Meaphl district proposed to take their electors off, and leave tbe Dose: 1st elec tors aa tbe ticket. My private sentteae&ts are ag aiaat a fusion but ia a jpjtit of eompro anae' I was wllrlBC to have a jUVt ticket. But if all the Dooeias electors are to came off. am epputdto thtprtfttilieu, aad, re rr at I am raster', veH rrpedtele tie mere meat. I bow rearret aereetog to the prapeaitiea with -eat farther resection. Had I beard Yaneev before agreeing to tbe preposition, I weald Every day caavtaee mt mere and mare of the glerieas character ef ear caase. ia ma en aatte, roars tray, W. H. Maloke, "It 1 Iletter ta Bare ttian to I)c- ntroy.' jltsiory tens' a of a caaqutrer who dfe rrem a pestWcace canted by the dead badees of the vaaqettbed. At a set-T against aacb a libel an baaseatty, we wM point ta a philan thropist wfaeee sate ala K is to overcome die ease and rob the grave of victims. Tbe man to whom we refer is a foreigner fan English- i), bat caa Bewhere be leaked upon as an alien, isr ae tatws bo aisiraciran or rac creed to Ms ellerts te rescue his fellow-crea? teres frea the grasp of death. Oar readers .vill readily sermise that we refer to Tbeefas Heeway, a same well known in this aeantry aHC wuwwer m wtniD naguagr ra ptu. The pupularlty wbleh bis marreHoa remedies bare attained In all parts of Europe and America, is wttbeet a parallel in the antials of medietas. Here, is the United States, tbey ire recognized as jBdispntaWj household cu ratives. AH classes resort to HoHeway'a pills in these diseases ef the s'omacb, liver, and ex cretive orraa, so prevalent in this climate, and no preparattoa it so extensively ased as a dreetiBg far weaads, bmlses, ulcers, lprosy, cancers, tamers, and other external injanes aad diseases, as Hedowav's olBtmeat. It a world-wide rftDuUUea. founded oa tue snceestfet Issaesef twentryears'warfare wftb disease I aay eoapensatiea for the labors of the ahvetcian, Holleway bas aaqoestionably achieved it Tbe patronage of monarch, the rra'ltadi of the milHoo.lhe boners of science, the ealogie af the press aH are bis. If be pewrtaed the power of tbe prise in the fairy tale, ef travertine; tbe cava inviaeMe, Ui-re are few pertrs-'S of It where he woedd find himself a strtBger. He would meet with bit remedies among toe aeertginci ui America, i ibe ruxurtoet races ef Aslti the Maek of. Atajfc, .i -. Ml.a.lluvittTuirlRMkrs.AMila lies, i.n unij m.i. wj - .. ef civilizaties ia ita oM domains, but tbey seem to be tfaeeoapanieEs of its march toward every MiSt of Ibe compass. It is no May matter for any product of Eorepe to penetrate into the interior of China, vet HoUowa v'a pills .cTualldrerTireiln ibe hVit oT'tLaTx.en. rire trt, Ta deny the intrinsic vald of 1 artUIes that bare been rroegnizedt specifics Iter inaaerable itisorders in all parts of, the V. tnn. 1 ..nnMlJlnrtV t - itlaiU. bat the whele world cannot be de- eeived for twenty rears in a matter of auTtf I aretenratteB af heaatfa and- frP ' Jtvmai. IsmtaTAerr DEctstoK. The sanreat Court of Georgia, is settles at Atlao'a. aa we learn frea the MiDifraar, bas decided that a pay- meat to a sie-rc ef the superior or inrenor eeeri of tbe State, oa a iadrment obtain td In their respective ctrirta. It bo valid pt jtaeat in aw at tae aebt, eae UftK set neing a jtirai cetVeetiBg eaaeer of the eeort In case of this art The mtiatiiater speaks of a caee. In n. e-vj' " vsmmm ve f.w, c fraiu a- v. ..Ai.a .fc t. -au.-.t - . . ri r ware an aoeeas. -varer iti raoaeraie circa sunces bin uiuMwu m oa an enectllise L te the creit ar me c-oart ream wblch toe exe- icauea was assaeo. ine ei'ft misappuen tLe la -d . c? tier. TVIIU SHALL, LEAD THK DANCE! All Gotham is agog&jost sow, as to vbat lady shall lead off in theoance with the" Prince of Wales, at the great bait to be given in Ma honor In New York. The newspapers have taken tip the subject, and we find in the tutct tbe following remarks thereon r " The'qneetloaof who shall have the honor of the first dsnce with the prince is one tench dis cussed in fashionable circles, fust now, and may, for ought we know, lead to another He! enle war aa fierce aa that of olden time. The Importance of the subject none can doubt its eft. -.t ripen future generations, if not upon the present one, Is beyond ealcnlatlonl Aa coming events cast their shadows before, so does the expected advent of the Price of Wales cast tb. varying ibadowa of fear, hope and. expectation upon the McFlImseys, tbe McKnightt and (he Middlebrooks of "socie ty." Of course every lady la denounced In a )dy,1ike way who It It supposed or feared may he the fortunate one to first take the hand of tba prince; bo t the "elrelea" among us are so numerous from which the prize may be drawn, and tbe beauties so plenty who would be fairly entitled to Ibe distinction, that no concectra'ed fire from the army of crinollos can be effected; no annihilating lightnings flash from sny number of lore-enkndItngeye can be fixed upon any one "object of dislike." But there is ons not "to the manor born" on whom tbe little vials of pent up aertaony are poured without stint or measure. On this point a stngularunanimlty prevails. Tbis o is Miss Lane, the fair niece of the President, wbo, it is said, has been, cr la to be, selected to open the New Yortc ball with royalty i'aelf. The ladies qslte naturally, and sometimes, we are forced to say. indignantly ask whv a lady should be broaeBt'f rem a neighboring city and placed own It , , ... ... " . . . ttT&&$t!3 All cencede treat worb and every womanly vlrtee t "the lady of the White House," but yet tbey claim the same qualities for bun Iredt and thousands in cor own city, all of whom, they will insist, are Insulted by this foreign importation. "What," exelalmt one, "does tit committee think ve can be Instructed In court etiquette by one from a provincial cHvn " Dare it Insult at by making ns 'afgeu Infe rior to ladies from Abroad, and ikwofthy of tbe great distinction of opening cmr own ball with bis royal hlrhnees?" " Gentlemen, yon are bldeoas, cold, hard-hearted, unfeeling, short-aiebted. blind, inexperienced opstarts. to thus tarn up Tour notes at us, the leaders of faabion in New York, and the envy of aljj the world b-si ie. Select who you will frea4 this city, but don't, pray dont, go to Williams burg or Washington in search ef one for ar to fellow." And thus they rattle en from morn ing till mint. The question w discussed at tbe breakfast table, at tea parties, daring mourning calls and receptions, at the opera. and even at church and after prayers before going to bed. It is a question surrounded, doubtless, by some difficulties, and tbe objec tions raised by your own fair daaghters are net without seme p aosibillty. nan nis Honor tne mayor a wire, or a aaegn ter old enough for this distinction, the ques tion woald readily be set tied, bat we have, on -fsrtunately, no other on In ourclt) whose official ppsttroa alone woald entitle him or bis family to any such consideration. The com mittee might, however, we think, easily have settled the vexed-question, without leaving 'he city for a "partner for the prince," and at tb. aameUmcgivanjio offenseAo any see simply by tlrawlSr one same from a hundred or so selected. - Noladrwoaldobjecttobelrrdrawn (rem a gentleman's hat ! It wonM be turnteg tee wneei or fortune to seme purpose, and as every marriacn is but a lottery, to draw a prize like this would be deemed tb "capial,n and set one up in business for lifetime. 'What say the committee, will you glv the ladies a chance Tb such a lottery ? Arrest of a Runaway Mare. Irum tbe Cincinnati Eaqnlrer ot Sept. S3. A boot four months age three slaves, broth, ers, escaped from Messrs. Reed tc Pollock, near Geimantown, Kentucky. It was aubse auen'lvascertained that thev-had located near Iberia, Morrow county, Ohio, and warrants , were issued for their arrest, and placed in tne hands of tbe United S'ates marshal for the southern district Oi Thursday the marshal proceeded to tb: locality, accompanied by two deputies and some eicbt or ten men, and the negroes bavin; separated, the posse divided into three parties, the marshal giving full in structions to bis deputies, wbo were men of nerve, and their assistants bow to proceed. Between seven and el-ht o'clock in tht eve ning the marshal himself seized the negro for wbom he had obtained the warrant, and af'er a walk of fourteen miles, placed him oa board a freight car and succeeded In reaching this city. An examination was bad before coin miMionerKewba)!, ana bit identity being sat tofactonly ea'abtithed, and the faet of bis es cape being proven, he was remanded to the custody of his former master, and taken across the river. So far so good. But the deputies were not as successful at their chief. Neither succeeded In securing their man,. and one off tbem was most inhu manly treated. " Soon after showing bis war rant be was set upon by a crowd of negroes and rwhite men, to tbe number af sixty or seventy. Tfe&A part of whom were armed with guns and ' Tpltots. The negro was liherated, and the per- senr re depaty secured by the assailants. His clothes were nearly torn off, and, amid abea's aodwatii, be wns beafea wi'h clubs, to serve biro, as the crowd slid, "as tbey treat alaresattheSaatb." The warrant and all hla money were taken from him, and the mob en deavored to haag him, bat failed to do so. Tbey then extended bis arm and placed htm as a mark tor tne bullets of toese armed witn guns. The depaty b erred then to shoot bim, rather than tartar him aj thev bad done. Those wbo "were nrmea'were drawn up, when the were wae siren " My,fc ready take aim" but, before tbe word 'fire" was given, one of tre mob rushed IB and oegea them. nt laefire. Tbe gans tf c dropped, and tbe etatyVas libera'ed Trenail uncemforta Me BOeittoa. ' Not sat lse! with tbe initsoitv and pals al- ready inflicted, a knire was seat for aad the bair-ef rbe;aficer wa) eHsaWftlee to bi: scalp, and be was thea turned loose to mike bis way out of toe neiebborhood, which he did witb all convenient baste. The second depaty also, bad a verr serious time is attempting to serve Ms warrant, bat we ar net a fully isroxaed of the particulars. A uiAuaer of the friends of tbe aeero assem bled, and when tbe officer a'temoted to arrest aim, be was Brad open, rne officer returned the chsre-e, and abet off ibe fiacers ef a nerro from one hand, bat was com peeled to leave tbe rroand wtthoat secartnr bis man. There was also a rumor that two mea had beea abet, MfcJ we traced it to bo reliable aatherrty. Tne ! matter will net rest where K it. POLrrictL. California- By reference to ear Cat (for da intelligence, In aBetber eolamn, it will be teen whom tbe people of tue factnc slope re gard as the most sire aad reliable of tbe can didates new before tbe people for tbe bleb Ind responsible effice of President of the IfeilteS Stiles. Tbe dtsaBlooists and their alHet are aMhearteaed, aad naaaers were dally desert leg their camp and enlisting under the banner ef Dooglas and Johnson. Tbe national Democrats of Fhtiadelphii bad a rousing mass meeting en the evading of tbe 17th tn independence square, especially to hear uen. roster, ine jjestorrarrc candidate ror governor of tbe State. Tbe meectBe (say tbe papers) was one of tht largest held during the present campaign, and tbe greatest enthusiasm prevailed, Speeches were made brGen. Fos ter, Col. Pace, F. Fraley, Hen. William H. While, Attorney-General Enax and B. rH. Brewster. In consequence of the immense crowd, a second meeting bad to be organized, at which several speeches were mad. Beeckixmdce Papee STorrxo. The. last Ssanrrn Era, rxiblisbed at OpeHka, Alabama, come lo us wttn tae rolfowtngaBaoescement: "With tbe 'present iisaewe are compelled to suspend temporarily perhaps permanently tbe rmnitcaiton or our paper, tae complete failure in collections bas driven us to this pala tal necessity; bat it is wholly impossible to keep up tbe publication of a paper wttbeet money. It Is certainly witb feelings of the deepest regret that we gire up the ship; bat, Mre a brave man stniirgHng wHh the storms taf t ate. vr are barn itfwn beneath the rnh- - Igfam- tide of circumstances.' " ao li! 3 uric -- circemsiJDce auecx our late eoteranerary, indindaany or personally, wesyrapatbize wUb -him. But be baa only caved Ib advance of bis party. That grand eoHigse will . soon follow. Tbe Era retires wfth onfjf a btoo'ynoe; its party will go oat witb a broken skull, with Its brains knocked out By tbe way, If this Breckinridge and Lane ncerntlnas uourianinoaiKiaii powenui aa i partisans would make betiereMilit sat strange mailt wtll'aiiowenetor its most em. cient organs to stop for want of patronage ? Jleslroewry CbirVrferufias. . OAL.lrOR.1IA. Tbe politicaUatelligence from the "GoMtn ate" la bright and jcbeerlcg to the friends ef tbe national Democratic candidates. The In dications now are that Dseglaa and Johnson will carry tbe State by a much larger majority tban tbey claimed a fortnight since. We give the following ex ract : Tbe Douglaa State convention held Hs ees- slons tn Sacramento on tbe 5th and 6th Inst The State waa tally represented. More than, Half tbe delegates were supporters or Liuiim and the Administration last year. Tbe repre sentation was such as Indicate a, strong prob ability that the bate will ga for Douglas. P. Ha'niaood. Humphrey Griffith. Don PaMo de la Guerra and Geo. F. Price were nomina ted for electors. The resolutions adop ed cen sure tbe California delegates for acceding from the Charles tun conven-ioo ; repudiate tbe In tervention doctrines of Republicans of tbe North, and 'he disanloaists of the South; in sist upon our rights to San Juan Island, and demand their speedy enforcement; fav r over- AIKI mans, iciecra pus inuiue riauc laiiruau, ind arc. concTessiasal aid for alL .The neces sary steps were taken to conduct the canvas From St. L.onlt. I Sr. Ltmi., September 23.-The number of J laian la lha trrsit ft ir Am m eVBatrte nn ftfrnl entries to the ereat fair commencing on Men- day, bad already reached six tsoesand, about twelre hundred more tban at any previous ex hibition. At 'he opening on Monday morning fiftv thousand persons' willvbe present. Lord Jlenfrtw l to visit the fair, oa which occasion r4 ..,.1 .m. K. -1i .n . rrt n trA Th Photels and streets are Ureadyiamrced and VCBooajrerlerday, tarae'boyt at Bie stables of Daniel Sullivan, on Twenty-third street, be tween Car and Washington streets, threw theitatnaips of lighted eJr.ars aeon a quantity of straw, waieh Immediately caucbt fire, and spread rap.dly to Ibe adjelnisg baildisgs, con fuolngtn all over rwenty-foor tenements, ren dering three hundred people houseless. Daring the excitement of the occasion, B Httle child waa thrown from one of tbe bout dewn en a feather bed. Qother bedding was throws tn Be chlfd, vbfeif took fire, burning the chad to alb. Xoss IO.OfXJ. Sr. rnis. Seotember St. 'AbaiiL. twejrly thousand people . arrived to'-4a oa ihe five nrlnelnal railroads. The fair opeii J wBh bean- 'tifd'.wealherand good attendance. The street railroads and omnibuses accommodate aH, aad. do away with t-e preaiicaeas tcraobWDg lltrttofort txptrlenced. Tilt: rOQtrCSX tlPNAPI-r.A GAItt r UALDI 1.1 THE CAPITAL From ibejf v Terk H.rtM ) Altbouch the dispatch reported to have been received bv tbe Britltb government announcing the triumphant entrance of Garibaldi Into Na ples lacks eonfirmatlco, there 1 little reason to doubt the fact. The flight of the king re jnoved tbe only obstacle which stood in the war of tht dictator's keeping' bla pledxe of entering it on tht 7th, for he might have offered a temporary resistance with the troops that remained faithful to him, and thus retarded the promised event- Tb. Count of Syracuse's letter seems, however, to have precipitated matters, and to have decided the crestfallen monarch in abandoning the city. The manner In which that document was received by those who had continued frlendlv to him must have fdtssipated his few remaining illusions. itms, in uttit oetter t&sn sixty days, naa the conquest of a kinrdom, with a population of eleven millions and a formidable atandlng army, been-effected bv a bandfull of troops, the force orielnallr landed la Sicily not ex reeding at tbe outtlde twelve hundred men. No such feat Is recorded In history, nor even among- the deeds of ravtbolsglcal heroes. When the undertaking was first announced, men betd their breath, and proconnced Ita au thor bent upon self destruction. The easy suc cess wi'h which it bas been attended will re deem from tb censure of historical critlca many a reci1e set of daring. Even that famous Invasion of France, which was under taken with tbe aid merely of a live eagle and a dozen of cbampagne, Is elevsted Into the dlgn'ty of a serious fact by this achievement. But with all his heroism and disinterested ness, the credit of the inspirations by which Garibaldi haa been Impelled most b shared with another. The programme which he It i.i t i , . . i. - - tr i iv.. I WOIX DC VU. IS, ID lltl, UlC VUSUllUC UL IUQ Kmaster mind which for the la.t ten year, ba. tnenls that have agitated Europe, uarlbaldl and Victor Emmanuel have been onlr his Instru ments; and if the expulsion of the Boiboct from Naples wae not formalized aa one of the features of the Italian campaign, it was not the lets a predetermined plan with him. But tbe second Napoleon, unlike his uncle, accomplishes his objects leisurely, and for tifies bit work at bt proceeds, In order that be may sot bare to return upon It. After each aoccesslre movement, he rettt a while to watch ita effect upon tb. public mind cf Europe, aa well as to strengthen him self by fresh combinations and alliances. And ontn-i hstandlng tbe deference that he osten sibly pars to public sentiment, and the ob stacles ny which be is frequently Impeded, be rarely tails in carrying out tin ongtnai con ceptions. That, the objects of the Italian campaign, al boorb partly arrested by tbe treaty of Villafranca, are all in process of being secured. Italy, If not as yet "freed from the Alps to 'he Adriatic," will soon be se, without the emperor violating' anjrof tee obligations forced upon him by that unwel come compact In tbe same way tie plan of the Italian confederation, which was tempo rarily frustrated by the pope's obstinacy, ia nearing Ha aeeoaprlsbmeat. France s-cures to tbe pontiff tb possession of 'the Eternal Ci'y, but the States of tbe church will be left free to assert their in dependence, jatt at tbe two Sicilies have done. Every effort will be made to prevent Garibaldi from attacking Venice ; and in presence of tbe Immense military force which Francis Joseph bas congregated there, it is not probable that be will attempt so bazardoaa a step. Austria is not tn a position to support, for any length of time, the enormous cost of this occupation, which is equal to a war expenditure ; and she will therefore have to make auch political con cessions to tbe Venetians as will place tbem on a par with tbe rest of Italy. The national unity which has to long constituted tbe dream ef Italian patriots will be thus accomplished, and wltl be reconciled with tbe Interests of .Europe, and of tbe Catholic world, by the wise scheme of the French Emperor. Should it not work as expected, however, the cause of the Venetians will have lost nothing, while Italy. ill l. - . I A . . K LM V. - Will UiTC SIA1UCU uj UlC (K.uif VI little prudence on the part of the liberator. JtTerrlble Explosion-' l.oat. Several Lire PiTTsatrao, Sept Si. On. of the most ap palling calamities that ever occurred here took placs at 1 o'clock this' afternoon. The boiler in tne marble works of W. W. Wallace explo ded, killing several men, and wounding seve ral others, the number not yet ascertained. The boiler passed thrash the bulldine reduc ing the back part to a heap of ruins, striking the front or Ko&ert uater7 ciotatrg sure, opposite Liberty street, killing the proprietor who was standing at tae door, nit near, was nearlr taken off. The boiler then passed through tbe rear wall of the s oreJnto Swartzjs lifer neer nan, wdicq h nearly uemoiisueu, A Gar roan named Vilpeferwho wa inthesa loon, waa killed. The boiler landed in tht Presbyterian crave yard, back of the hall after bavinc passed throagb fear walls. It is supposed that ten or twelve men are etill In ihe raise. The follawlnz are among the killed : Robert Burke, J. K. .Hamilton, Wm. Arnrw. John McCstcbeos, James MeCutch en, TBoecas MeLieisnott, rvm mise, jamet Laffertf , and Wa. .MeJVlaec t A earner's In quest wtll ne Held to-saorrow aoraing r.tci: Tin: .nuxi'd! Those who believe tbat Brecklnrldee I going te the ejected, PrrsWeeft !.or ghat be is stroacer than DougUs, have here an oppor tunity at meKvag a rew Dsmrra on tne re Still One basdred dollars that Deuclas beats Breckinridge ia tbe popular vete of the Union 260.006! One buedred dollars tbat Dsuglas beata Breckinr dge In the popular vete of the Union One Itandred delta rs . that 'Deoglas beats Brecki-.rid.e is tbe puaaUrjretc of the. Union aeoxnjot : . . One hundred aVsilar that Deaglas beats Breckiutidce is the iiepaUt veto of Lbe,UnIen 30 09o ",F One hundred dallars tbat Doaglas beats BrecVat1sjBia heB3Mlar TH,-otrtbe Union All ta u Uuaa saetber. CaH at this office. ZeeittdUc Denttrai. A Piew til i.l on l'roposl tlon. We understand that a proposition has re- cently.been made by a number of the InrlucnV. tlal rrlnde ox Ken and fc'erett. aad or Jleur las and Johnson in this state, to Hon. Vm. IL Welsh, cfea.rmta of Ihe Welsh commit' et, for a new fusion electoral ticket, on be followls basis viz: twetoe et tbe. elector chosen at Readtnc, wtih are nc-w oflr atraUbt Douglat and Crevson 'Vown raise ueketi" 'en men to 'be selected by tbe Bell and Everett committee, and five additional names U b. chosen from tbe original Reading ticket, with the content of tHo of tbe hree organixatlons referred to. lots preposition, a tree being duly consld ered by tbe leading friends ef Breckinrid i tn tbis city was positively declined, not on tbe ground of batnlriy to fesioa with the friends et Ivftl im rsvere'.t eat rer otner reasons, tve saderttand that a aeeUsu: of the Douglas and .Bell State eommlttefi will be held at Harria- burg en the 27th tost. PMUdelfhU Pmt. A Wisovall is the Right Place. The New York Cnritr aad Bmqmirrr, of the 17tb, says : By the recent decease ef Mr. Waldegrava. aa English millionaire. Senator J. McLeod Murphy at this eity, becomes heir to a com fertabte Mute forlnne of over bait a million jf dollars. Mr. WaMecrav. wbo was a descend ant of oae of the oldest families ia England, died posseas'edf at eight millions of dollars, wnico is to se equally divided among twelve of bla nearea relatives, the fortunate Senator being on. ec them. Mr. Murphy will be remembered as the late superintendent of the Tehanntep'ee route, aad. under whose auspices it was firs opened, and bests of bis friends will rejoice to bear of his good fortune. It could sot bare fallen to a more grnereas man. Destxoctite Fire at Foet Smith The CiLirexNiA Mail asdFou Thousand Let- tees Bsexeo. A fire broke out at Fort Smith, Arkansas, on the morning of tbe 20th instant, tbe toss by which Is stated at $200,000. A dispatch says: Tbis en or nine a fire broke out in this place. woicn resumes in tae destruction or tne Uitv hotel and Garrison block. Tbe value of the buildlsea destroved waa about 1100.000. In addition to the above, tbe lots sustained by tae destruction oi rurniuire, etc, win reach $51,000. Tbe pest office was destroyed, witb 4.000 letters and the last California mail for Memphis. The entire loss bv this disastrous rnnflir tlon is fully $500,000. Tbs oriein of the fire Is unknown, bat is supposed to be the work of an ineesoiary. uir.D, On tne set tost., at Mt reaidenee, in FajaMa eoantr, near Oallava relation, Mr JORX W. IlABaJe, alter an itlnew at a f orMlont. SEE FIRST C0LUJ1S OX THIRD PAGE , minor ai.,. F5URAX A LESS are marmz taelr stork at W.poiea and Willow Waro to V.. 2S Mala street. ixrakier block, now ocroat! br OilearA Wood. sen REMOVAL.. rSEAHAM It' LEEsTro nsnfnz their atock of Wooten and WlHnr Waro tt Ko. 283 Main sir a I, Brianor bsoca, now oorvrted br SUteo Woo. aeTJ HEnOTAI. . XOHARAM A LEES are asornic tnelr stock or . wad-l aad Wlthiw Ware lo No. 3s Main street. Prlnajor Mock, now encoded Vr Gates A Wood setT UEMOTAl,. XGBABAM A LEES are mootnz tkrir stock: of Wooden aa Willow Ware to Mo. 2S2 Main i!rMi Brink or bi ck. n w oorwled tr Gates A Wood. am Dancing and1 Calisthenics. Tt f. B- C. UPfARP Bat meet) plewure in pi ill mferaains; bu Trien4s and tbo titlseSa af fry esnsaia, tbat ba naa et rated ibe nucaiOecnt GATOSO BOtBE BALL BUIM. ait win opealti Iwa aca-mr on SATtntOAr, Set4etaker 2S.h, IS. H;,""" - , ' "rrABo.rjs, fc"' I- ' - i Brides, JBricksI WTK bavt Zor sale At low rate a IUPEE10H AETI Tt CLE at PRESSED BRIOB: For ballditE smrpoeet t rally. For Sowtrt, Tart awnta. Beartka, Oilma-rt. BaHrooi nrk, or far aay purr1 wbero a barf, aasoata,dsraMe, naadioa Brick 1- wanted, tbeae nrkks are nneqaaled. An exsmltstion rep- inlly invited. STIRUSQ, OBaNT A CO., aeTJ 3i Ttrd adiolniat Cotton Vtrtory lot. SEW MEMPHIS THEATER. Usurer Stiff DtrecSor..... MntKsl Director.. Mr Wm C. TbompoM. .........Mr. J. X. Dawson. ........JlrMr Carlo FatU. FOBHTTI antataf e entsxemtator tbt ditUtralslied Wtaafttas. laa AKA'ETTE LK6E. THIS EVEXISfn.Tktreiaj-, September 37, 16C0. BttMEe AKD jrJurr-JeHtt,Bfji Aasetle tnco nrrrtarw, aater tne oirection art SU. Catto Patil D,B-. ny Miss PeieT......To caetiu!e wfli FOETT AMP FIFTT. Scale or Faici. Diets CBrle and rtraaette. Tic TttfJ T-1 ant Osiae rdOin.rr.3i., Bse (tjwtsea tram W Holo-ofcAatJ trQ 1lfi! T. At. Tnaea ta Soared SetlAaa,sB-st bit only oa vm nlabtaKwknttslnty ar.ieciiitd. AaVatlvt pskert, wft: rarw riillm St tkeir aeik. Di.Ma at fXa itrtstweassaeatt tlTfj Oufiilataii.e sllis. ItEXOVAL. FnnAUAX a. LXZS art mTiB tneir stock t Wooden sad WUlow Ware U K. 383 Utla street Brlakler Heck, new neepied T Otiet . W 4. fOl REMOVAL, rOKAHAK' At- LEES, art anas IkeU alack U WmleaaM Wlllsw Wsra ta He 231 Mala meet. BrlBAler bock, new occepted by Pales a. Wnod e TI REMOTAL.. IxrORAOAat . LEES art BMtai Uelr slack t Woodrn atd wittaw Wart ta St. tS3 Milt tireeL Ef Ickler block, paw tocvpied ty Gates at Waol. aeTI REMOVAL,. IKORAaAkt a. LEES art nuvtaa tksir stock af Wontan and Willow Wart U X. S8S Bala street. Briakler tloek. now ao-tpl-d er Oalea a. WpoI an IlEMOVAI IKaBAUAX a. LIES tre nxrvlK tseir stock el Woolen and Willow Wars ta No. SlXilt atrset. Brlnkley Mock, now ntctplej tr O stet t Wd sen FASIIIO.VABLE DANCING- A0ADEM. OKAXD COrABTKKESntr OP THE S3VXXI37XX sxsTxins ASD PROF. T. ST. 3IAUR BISGHA3I. TWO rAintOKABLE ACADEMIES COUPEMED IK 0.'Et A T THE NEW AVO BTTLISir BCILPIKO Of VMeasra. FAKKrNRTOtf. nOWELL k CO , oaat r4 et Mtln ttt. Itwrn 0rtvo ad MOoad Boor. Tb Hall wilt b fitt4 o Cbtalart My r Ui cnxuia, tvod bo (1m vtlt t ixi4 fit Uke torMuiayriAtlwa ( their PttXiU aM eUltor. Tb PaptU am fTtrj StrtJif eTeslttc er prie- lUlDaT 19 fifCIOCa:. X Soiree will be cItm etace BTao-tLb tt Ube Mp-ll, wha wtlt bare the prtrliete of UTttlac their riieatdj. RErcx.cvcc. Wm. 8 nckrtt. Bj., Memehle; 0r. T ? nirdtnc JTwltTm; T. U Um, n , 2faaTlKe. O W. pbHlip. E 4 , Kew Orleecuf Vt. J Wetrre, Kathvlne; s. K. Cirll, Eee, , KMhrlBe. The afrefeieore utd Telir of ruhletuM 4aJci&f m ir-xefot tea-tare ta the elite ef b.fcioa I the jrt diwlcUlee of 5mtlu itwectfmltr umaeM u the Itvliee end ctlrtaeo of If em bt that wWp ctafleatthe abore naitve htOXD4T.Oeu4er 1. 1860 at 10 o'clock a. M , tor the reepUei et Utflea eta; S r M for ibe chiUrtn'i dau, ai47H p. x. Ux the erftt In e-lCitroo te a thereof ctMme ( elemefltrr lfiafw. tkaoi la rnre a4 cricer. 4pvrmn, aa4 aeetetr diacioz. they win aieo i&atrmct u retiewi&K rahtutw tUseee a practiceJ at the iaaMp4t aaesWiee ef Ihr 9tiB nowt umiBtiu 01114 state ana Karoo, vin Ttkej celrbratetl QaedrUte rrtnee Ia.jerial (sir re Dante I. The Eo7l Her ftaa-di Qnttdrtate, Vn Laaeier de U Kein, the n7,btaBiif al and era -eral QeJiiHe eerthe bt; Winer Oarnlral Qirrlll the oraa4 CeottBeBta. QaedrUIe, and Soctet; QruvtrHia. Al"o( Walts, Mirer. ka, are3TidB&e. Oicr Tempe WaHg, Ri4ewa WaKi. Ga topaale, XaiperU! SdkoUlaehe, rarler INaika, aM ai faaC7daoce,wUh Uie lILxhlaLtvl max end Sailor Jtra. pike. aVrerjpraMttrleureatuH be ukea to reader leeaea pvpil a Kraeefnl aad ea7porUaeata mU eeetial te the edocaUeQ ef Teeth. DATS AKD HOOaSOP TniTIO?T. talet Olaitea TaetvUy. TharaAafe a SatBrayf. lOe'ctocfcA. M. Cb'Wrra'j Clauee. Teeetar Thao dera aad Sat order, 4 r ar GwaUemr'a Cie-, if at &T. Wedaeatrlara eat Prid7a.7H p M. TcaMa tor a falSOiarieeff 13 lmaad 3 Fr ! lax Slihta, .10. ' An early aDpHeatia ia rmcUeMy rcwiaeated. BCatDCXCa-aaXh It -. fnffl.tW RE3tOrAI P GRAHAM A LEES an nevtat? Uelr ebek at Wa.den and Willow Waro lo Ne. ISI Mala aueee. Bf ItXteyMock. vxw ootapled tyOaW. Wood aeTI , IlEMOVAL. rO RASAM h LEES art vwist tktir rtoek at Woaren and Wl low Waro to XO.-1SJ Main alfeet. Brlakley bkvk nw occasl-d W Oale. a. Wand. TT ItEJlOfAI,.' IKGRAHAM A LEES art aminz tnalr ataek ..f Woolen and Willow Waro to Tt: 3S MalaaUeec, Brinkley nloek, ntwaccagled ay OaUo a. Woo. am UEMOVAI.. IsiaRABAM A. LEES sr. aaovtoz tk-ir atock f Wooden atd WUIowWaro to Xo. 383 Mala street. Briakler bkek, now nxopied by Qaies a. Wood. eon 1860. TJEEE I860. .A,L AJ3AMA FIRST FAIR O.PJBJV TO 1HJE WHOLE WORLD MILE .TRACK THE FIRST AMfUAL'FAIH Limetlooe County OF THE Mock Agricultural and .iteclianlcal At soclaf Ion, will be held In ATHENS, com meneing ; OCTOBKK 23, 1880 AMI - CO.VriNUE FODRi DATS. f. Jsa- Tbe grounds are beaatifttllyianl off; tb buildfnca. are decidedly 'he most costly aad commodious In the South ;itbetrack is a mile and'tbe best "onS l 'tny Fat? Greaad In tbe Union. , The Premiums Are unusually large and attractive, and are offered for every article usually exhibited at such places. Tbey are to be paid hi GENU- rtc. 7NE ILYER rLATE! ,, ' f '?! ii We have secured Ihe services et HORN'S SILVER BAND," from NathvUtt, which wW thrill the crowd with its ttul-itlrrlng music. We have no'wiearIy eompleJed In our town, T Tiiree.. Large . Hotels, Beatdet a tpacloua Eating Saloon on tbe ground, which will accommodated very large crowd. All wbo attend will find every appli ance necessary for their eemfort and pleasure. STA BLESI Betides having three large Livery 8tables, the company.bave erected EIGHTY STALLS i on the ground ; also, Hog Pens, Coops, etc There will be strict police regulations In force1 . '! I t ' ! 1 ' to prevent aay disturbance, and no liquor will be permitted on the premlseiyeverythlag shall. be done to reader It a first-class Fair. For aay further Information, er those wbo wish a premium list, address tbe secretary and treasurer. - JNO.-N. MALONEjPrwtdeat "t r "WM. P. TANNER, Sec and Treasurer. se37-lta I860. ' wf i860. Trade. Wliolesale Fall COSSITT, LULL & TAL3IADCE HATE EXCXITXD THXTE. PIaX. STOCK OF STAPLE AND FAtVCV DRY GOODS, poott Shoes, Ual, Cap; SADDLERY AND CLOTHING. nr Which thtvr ctTrT ta merehanta apes l.Torahte teraa, at the oanjer oL al'lnial JtiaiJ U 4 m Z mJJ Jlaael.1. P A i C O AST' Celebrated Baltimore 3 OYSTERS, Dopot 43 aiadison. Street. AX KSCXITI!a Baltimore Oysters and win keep . ..... .ffrmlr on Laii troorkout thaeatira aesMn. i v... m..t. airanzemanU u keep a roll sorely or aH Unas of WlLI GAME end sp-coutry prodact. Tblt 1 mr Ulrd rear U Meoptta, aij Uioaa wko kaTt pat ronlsod s know tkt tutity at tkt artlHes I atU r- ... tAinan win receive arerr atteatlee. aad Mil r.ly on aaviattkelr orders CHed. trkenfjysttca. are forwarded r Eipraaa I warrant uin. i atto ea larxed ar atcro tod Badtjarrtarrrseu. ta keep a Itrser stpply ot prodact tban ever. Mytkaittuo dat tkoet mill HMWt VII .. . w ..V HI, aadt totlclt Aeooltasatcr t(U taat. Betaeaker tie treat Baltimore orttet BrrafMaaci- .goa fTJ-fieiV . lAS. yf, AkViL.t. PfP5-EifUft prlcw ?iMfir KU TlTM Oami Q rVUlf-a J . ,.arw-. a . i- ' ar a w 130. FASlL and winter J. SPIVEY, (Snerersnr to BylvrTat Olsrke.) - if '.- , D S A Ia' 33 IX X TST GENTS'. BOY&'&CHILBBEK'S Pine Olothiag, AND ALL KINDS OF FURNISHING GOODS, AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, 2243 i?Ia!n Street, (OPPOSITE OOORT SqVARE,) XTenaplilii Tennetaec. T R.ra received and evened tbo LAMEST AKD L FlttEOT BTOCX or nn ivn hhvtpd niftTinvn IilLU iUU UUVlDli ULAJlIlUlUiJ a I ktvo ever bad, ametw wMrtt wtH no toud anf tie nwweUea in stale aed labrirs. Tae adw late I tare ft Batattarkst; toy own roods enatteo m to otrer Great Induct nents In Prlcs. I UMieoUattv aoBrit an oiaaactattMi of sr eaxk, and parlklailf rrHe, SeSaot nafibajant tlawkort, A 1 ww oo.iii. ttu ywiwi., wn . . - . . : . - I Ml. I .HI. r. S epedal orders taken far FINE Strtvs. nvadolo aseaaaro. aer A NEW ARTICLE. SOLIDIFIED HILK. The American Solidified Milk IS fHlfrZoT THE B.T0HB3T 3CTIX whieh caa be b. daeed Irea the beat dairy farts la Daleaeaa oaa4f . Mew Terk Xrapcrated at a Terr lev traperatsre, aad wHa treat care, la ocder te make It readHr ewabtc and preaerre It traalTected br lime er ftarperatare. K I MwaniM apno tae rerr et reseda iear azar. set a jlWie etaer mrrMHtvt Ie aaed ta Ma areaaratiea. aar H tt amhtpectea ta aar etaer cnetaical areeeea taaa taat a eTirattea. Th adraatatee frea the mse ef the Aawrieta SaiUdt SfrdXIlk are: lit. That fere freeh mitt caa aew be bad ta aay part ef the warfd, where H la feasel-hte er diiSevH to ara car tt froa oewa 3d Taat aa ertiete tar preferaate tetae peleea addt-a larce crrtee as pare milk, caa be aSarded at a Terr b4 eraie arte. M That taVe eeeresaar pajs uh day tar tae ameaad ec Bain eaty taat aaj aeea aat3 .aat rr taat walttt baa beea awertd. er aecejeartty warted. 4. That i etek room tarBtvt atrtrMeae Mrt wWab eaa be feoad la at band at aay mew. bA- Tbat tt caa ba p-aTAaied. If take a ita refiiitt aaamnr aaa ta ppper attfH pakafa, at jubea per rate fitu atu un ie poiifnt ta urfearttm " Xew Tert Vedkai Cellece. Joae 7. Wi, Ha viae aabmitted the SotitiiSfs XHk te ebemleaj and latereefjepieal exai4aattoa. 1 Uke pteaaara la teHtT las to Ita parity, there bei&c no foreUa aivaetartee prea- eat. exeept wntie iinr, ae foaxerx ta year esmHar. bare fartherxnere eaMected it to tuaAry drmr(ic teata. aad flad H taakea cartarda, cakea, ete eqaal to-la beet taltk. I sat ea'y eeleera It perfectly taaMaaa. bat a meal wnoiraome iiikiim diet. I a si berfT to cmrra folate yea ca the tracer e ef year experlaseata, aad trtnt that the ankle mar meet with watt? apprerai yz ine pnovra, w-nito it. jaaaiy mtrnu Tear a, Tery rrpxtfalr, R. OQPKK DORSVVTS. X. FTef. tjbtuilrt, K. T. Xf 4tal 0 teca. lrf.lQBCTaMrT, K. T. Gelt rharaaey. FOB. SaXiZIi WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 229 WAIX STREET, aM Cemphlr, Teaaeeiee. lilMPniS JOCKEY CLUB RAGES 4U FAL.I. MEETI.YG, IS GO. rpHE TBTBD ASTJPAL FALL XEETISO nvtr NBt X now Memenla oorarao, wm eeorarLco oa -TO.rJD.l'I", OCTOBEIt 29, 1S60, A ad eaatlaae alz dara. aa tot lew-. nnST DAT Kaaday. October Stake far aH air; beata el tw mttea; aaattleo $M0; p. or p.; the waa te aaa stw) te aame at tae paac. rear i arrta-ra. 8AVK TJAT- TTaTker itake far three-year eJde, alto heat.; $&Q tvakblptWn; $50 forfeit i theaab ta add ptato warth $300, piaTkW two ar mere tart. Store eattTtTlhera. aSGOKD DAT Taeeday. October hOweeoetake tor tWawaraaT pU. a aatla m. mBO IIMHO. M Rm feet; the Qtob to a44 pla( wtrta $100. prrHed tweer aaare aurx. iire irian. SAUI DiT Joetry dab pane im, mite fceate. Bven aaree to stc. THIRD DAT Wedaeeday, Oe'eher Sl.Jeckry dab paree axnf aeate er tar re mHes. SAMtf DAr-a-ltoeal ?v IwM.mite aeate, ea Uaace BxJ ffe per eeat) la fa to areead berae. revmra DAT Tbaradar. XeTcmher 1. Harper tt be tor three-year oMi, beat ot twa aeltee, $90 aah- BOTpuea, iw rerreu; tae mo io a-M piate watth 5w, pverMtttj tweer mere aurt. rtr- naeria-ra. &A.MC DAT. Jockey Otob parte 99, mile beaU. FilTH DAT THft Kereaaer l-aapbell aUke aUa fnena-eaae anXta aaA taM vsaalaaA a.lMUtU. hdUtXbalf ferfett, SV deeUntioas tbeCah'to add a aeea ceeeet u ue eatae er sxn. prerMra two er Bre aUrt Oloaed Xeretaber 1, 1555, with tixteea tab- aatbera. Twa bar endeared 3XTH DAT Sa oxUir, Xa.ember SWectrr Oeah zre $1900 , hau M-fomr aa . SAMS DAT Pool aarae for beatea baraea. mlta beato free tor aH aitea. etob wetzbte, $'0 eatraace the etttraoca nwoey te to to tae aeaa aerae. attaace fr CI eh swaey, ire per ea4. of the parte. A waft orer eaUUea a berae to the fall entreat e aTeceey t tab parae. uaaer a re a tuea ax. ue ia meetiax. aa teaue- aaaa. whether aVaae or accecipaalad by Iadta w be adaEHted to the Crab Stand, aaleaa Teachd for by a member. The ladle-' csoaittee will rtftdir eferce tbta rale. Tratoa for the coarae wtfUeare the tmiVetoo depot arery bajffcoor. The ladlet are peetallr iarlted to attead-eea-la CHAXLES 9TONR. SeereUry. SI00 ReiDarda RAKAWAT rren. sakacrtber'a plat UI ton, at ia Fecan Faint. B laaii.ini xcntT. Atkanaaa. 509? stiles above Veiapkt.,Tea&eaeo. ou Sandar. B. n Sd Bat.. th boy UEXBT. of cepnor eo'jw; urt-' ' wensr-avw years, aoom era iat lore, or four lnenea btfki weltks about one knadred acd dfly or rdxly panada; very beavr sec bad oa wkea be left a Dalrof wbkoT drilled pants, a dark Joaaa mat, straw hat, aad Ko. i I win tlvt tSQ lor tkt tbovt bov If d.llvored to m. tt ray plan alloa, or ptacwl in Jilt m Bat I can sat ktan, tad I win tlve tin tor blm U taken lna Ire Sum aa ketafktton. ieki-l ED. J. If A0GAVn?C. CHECK BOOKS, tvsr t r5 i- c . n o -s t: WE 0F7EB a Urrw aawnment r Okock Booka. oa Bo Flantera' Baak. Onion Bank. Baak ot Weat Tennesaee. and Braaeb Bank at Tetmosaeo. AT COST. Man oarir an SBtaoyonr aeteeuooa TOUflTO Bl BROTHER, No. 51 1 MAIN' STBEET, srK rnder Odd-FaHows nan, yempkla. Teaa JtlenipMs and Ohio RAILROAD. Annnal Sleeting of Stockhslders. ATSAtW w letrt Farlaoe MO.TDAT. OCrSBEB tat. at I frYtutr. a. at., and arrlrt ta Hemakta at I-J0A si Btsckkatders wi be paaaed fro spon preaestatlon or tbeir ofeck ctrttocelet. I vetnratn tker wilt-bo-d passed oa rezwar sraisa as wesosr. a. at. and na-etock. r. n .. xtaQIJ, iwouj ia. w onsrwiaj. son-lw W. L. XTELSOir. SopevinteBdent. FiiiTutilre at Aiiction,4 A. fi LEVY fc CO. 19C Slain Street, (Opposite OUy EaAUsnt;.) IA7 wUJ ten. tt our roonu, oa nrrrBABAT BOEN" I V IH0. Septeaber TTUl. a onastfVr or now r seceod-baad rurtittra. couaUUaz t Chi&f, TClea, Btt retos, Waakstaada, Bodrteads, Xatottaet, Cnckery. etc , etc, tale positive. tet-td A. 5. LETT. Aardioawor Notice, SALE OF CATTLE, JIULES, HORSES, etc. On riuiiAi , sepa. 2s, isou. in roMcrlbor wui sou ta tie blabert blfkler at kla mldenen. lawr nll tovtb or kfempbla, on Bo neruado road. SO ta to b.ad at OalM. tabalSUltttyaI(le,saetbeaaroX. Il twvartkree Ilortoo, rortv U arty bead aT Rorsisrvoral tMBOd.ktnd Waaxoaa.one teeood-etnd Bartjstna, aont Gara and Fodder, and Oat. Alto, a variety or rarmut Utensils, ate Tereu Ttre taontkt tlmt win bt tlven an .n or.r tweoly dIUrt i tit aumt aador, cask. Bonds wlB approTod teenrity wbi be rsoalred tf purcbaaert. ktr reaauo tor settisz Is. I nntct to tsovo nearee Vrtepkis between tktt time atd tkt 1st at taaaarj, 1EAI . ra-'v a. a. XQRR1S. Two Impmed'Eots Tor Sale. go-too ACanS. noaee d c rootna. coat and etr. ruts' room. wea ct food water, ctaterai ate . all uw, eoattsley'aitvisst. AtoSacrei wta a boruv kttaken and Bacetstry beUdlao. an Jtarrya avente, wkotk can bt bad ta rtAttaabl teraa. Apply to 1. L. Ttrstr, or tat ssdirsUsed, oa tttrrroltet. tstt-tw atawzuH SAJU.BI. i (Ill Ml 111, rglist!(aiifojs. FRJ3LHCISC0 & CO., A. 1. rBAacisco ....'..N J. wieoiv. "FRANCISCO & CO.T DBAR.KBS IX Hats, Caps, STRAW AND CHILDRESS GOODS, BRISKLET'S BLOCK, WOa'SHO MAIJf STalEKT SWCrO ASO MMMEE STTLBB 8 BAM AKD ?ii8'5 H tentoa ant Ma,,. leodr. D1U7 HN1QS . ... . , , s . V. " Cotllltrv Werehnnti Wifi.l1.15. ilil,w "'" to a VeJart antu eneear narsa teale. rKA.'VCISCO & CO, fa. Wo. 187 M AI1T STREET, lOfffiER WbrirHIAM WOCeC, Mpi I'jU IS,? T By.Y VBSiS EE, Manufacturers, and Dealers - trl i m W F,ey - In aKtbe la taat rVeeax a ad .tnaticai) stjrlts ef A N D Gents'FumisliingGoods, Art aew ia receipt at tnelr T 3 A N B t n,mi''i WMTER SfTOCK rTTBX ABOVE BatjBE SB A BBAMtM OF THE A. Xatalntlartnc Btaae at BRADY & SPROULE On at Ota nsaat etletatr, naanaSacsaatnt .ilatUab meats la la Ma tad aaaedlatstf tsnaerls wrak I toaawiat, wta-knawa braank st, west aad aaatn, rix : SPROCI.E McCOTFJT, MEMPHIS; a. tf. srnooi.E & CO., ST. LOUIS, M0 SPROULE ft 31ASDETILI.E, LOUISVILLE, K.Y.; It. SPROULE &. CO., NEW ORLEANS, LA.; EPROULE &. CHAPATOS, CHI0A0O, ILL. AE tb. 0at art atannli itnrsd by tbe Xw Tart tw exereaaty (ar and aant anty BytkeaasoanaaMdnisnstes. Hsrrtt attaiiisastl i .ill nveans, wtr toery avaa,arteltt aftka sstat tlviaifs at fareiannisskeaj, wn at a neeaarad bt ad totaose va f eats Wymeoboa. JFirst-ciass Goods Frta nun- year ezterltntt. wta a staislal dtaar etcnl m tn art at mistimes Ins. wa teat aasssrees ten At vine Ba beet taat stoat ta k bad ba tats ar anr jantTBtarketi tad wt ntrtteatarty tntse tbte tf tattacatra, and aB taker t IWetsstsa. U a slr.oail kf stsrlion. to teat tbo traB at Boaktss eUletttnA K tffardt at adstaare ta skew .ar aaz as. tad wa at. de welvet ta st.l ts krw as any otaer no ass la tea United Slate. deaMat; B Best-tfcua FAKCT SILK DRESS GOODS -1 Constant .'AudiUos-s. to 0r Aireaiy IWLKGE SUJPJPL, Fancy Slit, Printed Delaine, Embroidered roplins, ' Bfec'lie Velours. Plain Tafetas, Black Repps, EVEJISG DRESS SILKS. SPEED,DDH0H0 STRANG E TEETET ASD CE0Jir ,ClB)AKS I sew Stock, low Ready. SPEED, DOXOHO & STRAXGB TT A- V H i Larce stock on SPEED, IIOXOHO Si STUA.E. io, ii AiNrr) 12 1-4 Bleached and Brown Sheetings, SPEED. DONQHO & STRANGE.- ae-dwawtf- G'1OTHING,; sniUTs . - f A2CB Fumishinff Goods - . ' .t . . FOR 3IE.V, DOYS ASD CH1UDRE.Y. NEW SAIL AND WINTERTOGK Juat Iteceired at- Siovall & litcliell's, 285 MAIX STREET. rrtHB naktMara lavlted to tall and examine any steak 1 af FlbTB FALL A KB TCI N'TZE CtTrT H 1XO AoJ IXI3nt5H OOB9. 11 la enanrptMed m EJCTBBT. TTLB an.QrAUrr by tar Meet la ta. sentry, and wttl ho .aid Lewaa ikaa Be at. aultly kAwvr-tea aMWtMtnatoBM. fttaelt Boys and Chlldrens? Clothing, .Ytaro Clothing, and India Hubbtr Coods, WWaka bt band taMaatsd bt tny it Bo attr. tad wis bt taM at von tednatl Ha W. tfriranr tt brrr to aarVapJ wastta.!. ,. a. n aim o, trawaaawatrwat. ErttyBin sot losratrtaleed pror earttfaetarr. ar w rornnd B Bene,. STOVALL t MITCHELI, e me Batn feift. JMotice. A MEET1XO ct,aa AtocttUera tn B. MeMiAM aad A. IJOIO SAtiTOAa (ilB tScoTln th navy'ytrd-An wtk pacpcositrttJaf mKaryetr. , H 1 'tt,.waj a not at taoHl XWTVS TOtT, I FrttMeal I (uOUiT.DUPIIEE&CO ATJCTTONEERS AND Seal Estate Brokers, 262 HAIIV STREET, MEMPHIS, TEisnsr. TTfZ snuttrr OOVSIO.VKEXTS Or sBBH or every VV deoattottoa. nam watak we are tesrHl ba mak Bnosalaaak advotaaa. Oar ttotekeee it coatriUy lo totod, aad w floe sadsc aMeutJta ta aH bnataM ea- trmsieatoaar ear.. VALUABLE mm PROPBRTF ! OlY THOKSDAY IOXtiVIAG, Septemker 27, at W eelet, ea tbe premises, we wiH seN, It Public tJuclion 20 FEET BI 74 1-4 FEET DEEP, OH ineataastaaaCZoeeraan atreot, netwooa atata and Si aw. VtM lo mt tw oat taa.Ma In. tteot lots Win BbWrttr.botnCMBowarfrotaMtB troHBkaBoraaot ae Ba new otwoaa Itoow.. aad BtlttAtaaawaaBbsboSncbaitt ap wsB MtataC B. Teas net in it, MUST BE SOLO, rftarrBa.i ot Ba rtaeatt. T-ES-atg 9n. Bird cat, or nrAn at atnea.ooa: al. tana a one aa two yrara. witb interest. ail M0SI9ABBAT. BtrFBEE A CO A FAMILY OF NZGEOES POR. 3TaTT- WE bao tar Mi a aaa, .t-t 3d, kit wtto, aeed M SSssswandBotroBlld. anod otant mn. Ta. rat raw aarvaata. aaMlnr no tasnt. and wttl art boaaat il,arsttsy. w XOBBABBAT. BtyraEE A CO. aoos Household Furniture AT .A. U C T I O 3ST On Friday Jlorninc, Sept. SHIti. AT a eCaatBX. WB wta sen. tt Be reiW.aca af Br. Oetr. ae Moota atroet, a set or Parlor and Chamber Farnitore. TKS OAB3. ktOeMABRAT. BCFBK A CO. A BEAUTIFUL SEW RESIDEXCE Jc'or Sale, OntJATB ta Landau street, est at O Tea kttnsn It t a and a baB aBrtrs bsta, wB tU Unta rtaaeervasse' ri iaa., rtabl... ear. TAo Hiai aaS yaavt 8aaehsap aad ie oaaaaaa9ae eaad eaanaaetanbto TrO XatC peaea tattr feet ay fBanb atBett aeeai TkeBonae. ti rnant toot. wsB b taM seeattt ABn.'xTK bv laStTeta.Taaa.botwo.bi1iiss tad Hill i street, aa Ftwa ACaaa m aitaaey aaat- MtKtSABBAT. BSTPeaC A tBk. JPor Sale FIN'tStirO and o(S twa aarta fr.aa i Liberal. BOKBAKBAT DCFBEB A CO It Auction. lit. F. S. LATAX"a AvA wtaaataMata tB- wEDxaaaaAT. ocToacx as. at By JlettiSABBAT. BCFBSB A CO. Suburban Lots all AUCTION. On Thursday Horning, October 1th AT XO O'OZjOCaC Wa Trtans Tkuas. AGRRS OP GROUND SUaDITIDED I.N TO SUITABLE Slla.led near Be PWr nrtanti, aad norB td tnoteot- deeteaf S. X. tat roan, aad keowa aa Use pea' sty Met. Bafky. That It valaabla arapavty, aad wta b aabt iwHhm af Bo pr-c osd ta a saod noutt.rb.al, wtBta a ataH Inlisri of Bo ttty. will do w-ll tt EI tnaalknin will leave oor osano aa day at ante. tan all wka aaa, wiB ta sitsnd. Ai praalded. t13 31onsarrat.Dnprce &. Co. For Sale. TWO HOUSES AHD LOTS BSITTABU sr ssaall lasnlltsa. aad . srtaaledan BaaSap ati sal. a stMetdtt- lanr of tae sjatllsssa a.nas. Teesat 1 .will ba laadt uboral and nay. if sttal -ll Martoaoott AteeirataadaaatfatiwalnBe Aaottn 3ndtsala, boaatttalty aBaalidtar artaaao rsaitsaais. Abo Bra daatraale nalMlar Lna. oe Bo new State tlno road, adiinini Be rsslileacs piaptny at Mr. Lft ti.l.a ii For rnrtbor paturatent, aaety B Bt adttartat Be AV-rSAL. ar Be so. MOttBABEAT. lseTBEB A 00. THE LAKGEST AKD MOST IMF0ETAKT SALE OF DESIRABLE COUiNTRY LOTS. Friday Horning, October 19th, At M a Viet:, ea tae pre raises. WE WILL 3BLL AT PUBLIC ArCTPTO.", FWB BWHEEe ACS aS OF (HHWSB. obUMted Ba Bahrash paaat rood m tn St.iasal. and at ralBaad, star aeaW raas ta city, tolas a niesiaa af Sr Abfw. i saatj 'k OI Ante FtaVa. aad Mr. Ian.'a ntaiiay. Tissa taapiuj naa car saaovMM Ms lata at See, ra aont awewar ooroo. aad ert lot Boa a t oasatti baltil kstt tit tad toot snany af Bslu ate eeeeiod wtB tarea Tula rroeorty will be aaut naoitivoir at wkatovor price as bad, lean a )tof credit, tnna fl . ta.i. U aa a IMi lnUl fd . intla a bioia npan aant panaeato. and M a iiittlnl 1 1 1 wnstumii Sot Ha 1 1 inatrals i i aad aas sociory. Ooedtim. aa rcaaats. Mifsnlaal aad aB tBirt. sa.ntd vtstt tteoe tasa I llsi i Ba dnj at aa a and We will nave taentsad n Baebiae aa lbs imiilaii A train at tart wtB laateBwanaattt nbaMeainail aad Obo TaBfNtd aa Be da, aale, to lake sat wk stay whnh be ateeavd free af aheraTe TBVOIeQI,.lltH. Bvety let w) . ekt aSAHKAT. DBFSXE A 00. GREAT SALE OF Bnsiness Property ! THDRSDAT- IORXIMJ, OTTO BE It II, ATM O'CLOCK, WB WILL SELL, (lt Public tluction, : - OtV THE PRKMtSBS, SEVEN BUSINESS LOTS, f-IOXMEN'UISa aa B etat sdt 3issnil Beoot, tt oae uwaoi or aaaaon.npon a arean ot Six, .Twelve, Eicliteeix and Ttventy-four Jlonths. . TMf.aete.rtr ceatr.r rKnited. B Ba very keut ot Bo.tananeoneeater at tbo rkty. and nwat nnawl 14 e sBiatl.o af tn wbadetlre totetere a bntBesa IMa- t a Bt very boot ptae. In tbo ttty t TMlpneerty TBI b sM wHkott tny reservation, andaatno tevan tr exec tJi arty newrtt, aB now bavoa tbttca af BaaaaC t ntrSnc tnrlasaxent. 0-3A& FQStTITE. . act MOXStBBAT PtTFttBB A CO. RE310VAI rOEABAM A LEB art Btovinr Bob- stack of vnodea tad WiHow Wtro to Ko. mt MaB Mroot. BrtnUey Moat, now soswpssd by Oasee A Wofl. seTI "TRUST SALE. FT ptmrianeo of terntr i .l"ed f trust, extent! by Hetty CreHbtoo. oa Bo bB day of June, KM. tnd rejlawred In S.Iby cnnlv. reuoaoo. B Book No . p-r, aeat, pae to, VA aad Jtt, to sew. Be ptyatet.f a .letsrf ae to TbMUO Laabevtaoo. attneotnta.tliA I win erpoea Pkw uto tar j w a. kiakoM anlilir. an SATTBOAT. B 13B darof October. BS. la rrontot BooOktot tkoBen. ter of ! .uansj. ardOercof tbo Oannty Cowl wt aaM aja.1V. a-IA ia t. aan MBMna;. ta the ersy of v - to. MSowBC Sraet af UajAaMatB In rut. 8 and eectie 1 of aaM ooaniy abont tkrto tad anealf naUetoMtnf tbo cSty at aasnpaat, aaoa Bo norBrht iTfV. nw Bttee IB faad. a. la tae tot at (rwrad tnown aad dwnatod aaan Be ptan Ib. tnkdtvbBm at taerral T 8. MoLean.tnto and one-batf uaacttyoa anapats asn ny a. A. Eerr .BwT. a Lat Xa. t. eaaoatoto. r-.. , 2 wnliakr leaV.nv.) of Bat pUa.on ta eWTt bfSStkef'iTenpe; ttFa ttfc oSrth by forty foot arrant. Tkt twaekT af icdeBsata is etlvtd. sad tkaosAMi mite, a tPBe ta (tt tBaatt. tatt-td BTLTS9TZX BAIUT. Triltee. IkoMteT (general tufion Jjiisf. A. E. rBA-XLABlB COLUMN. AuctiiHratrs an ramsirVJa Xtwaasti lOO'TCiim Alrvt-t. oppoHir Claw : Ui.lliling: PR OMIT. VTTSirnO PAP TO At. s.tiJXt or REAL ESTATE. NEGROES, FUBHITITEE. GEOCERIES IN CITT OR COUNTRY. 0X3K1 !T11 Z.NT3 aottcrtod Arcout Salea tondoro t , - - a...-. tv mn a'M.il. a..nl. osr anatvstod astoatioa vm a zivea as ass nlrastad ta ou cart Jo Large Sale of Dry Goods! TO TBTE TRADEl AT &UCTlOj, BT A. 8 . LEVY fc CO., NO. 196 MAIaV STRKET. ITTX WILL SZLLatatrrta VV aa FEIDaT KOE5IS8, Sptesaaor Tt, Wta, at teaNttot, a lorta Bests of Dry Goods, .taai reeeteed toe. Hew Terk, i, ruwi, Heia.ii. "'.1, Baraat eOBasavapeu. Theae foade ao a waethr the ataUeaa of bareee. tajdaeee of prtr, wtthoat aay raaereaee taaBai. eeegtct jl. s. laJa-ri, aaeTMai i oopoo xJ?zzjzr- ' S0.9MJ oantts naanatt. Jtst veaotosd at sotiltnaiiar anl Ssr aotolown. lalE A. t LtrVT A CO. Sonrboii anil Itye hiey B kavtlaM received ua r IQ.' S bsta. at BmrpB Watotr, a ' atd Bye Pkiakv. M - oM Bobartaon C.aaa, Wkiaa,, For fato cb-a, 0, Jatt A. S. LBVT A ot lT .TJOTIOjSr, BY A. S. IaBVY !t CO Ne. M MADISON aTSKKT. WBwsBaHt, at ear roaan, B treat af state. xeBEt KOtUnSB, at Wffdaot. Oeaaaftet. LI stir a. To baoeo, CBara, Famatnro, tsc.. ts. k& a. a. LBVT. ' " ;. ii. ui i -NirVSB tK AXTTttaAE. Ml) AC 1 TtTE TaAVaWwBilalliiai seaecar- Rich Goods, Mr Clark, w loads aeskrAe. a WATGHBS D 1 A MO NDS, T &7aTGl3ryrn : SILVER GQCHDS, SilTer Plated Ware, S P JS TH C Jb JB S (a ii ii and PLstoIs, FANCY GOODS, etc., BTo,- arrc TWI BOIZA?3'l'OAZs. IPBMA- MaeFIAa. HWIIAAS-J8, dtsee Bane teaPa F. H. CLAKlt & ee,. Clark' XRrble Bleet aola-dawtr' TKtJSTBIPS SALE. TJ T vrrtn af a laea by ato r.. a, lad to j paroaeato, i win. aa TWBBeatAr. MB natt. k. we-n a. t ai. af 1 and II fatorft. a.m.. a' tbe Areola, !fo S rasoa treat, atoBud to tall at pa Ita al. t. ib SMM b.Jder. for ansk. Laai vs. Uaad M, kck ts. B en town of swt rwaorna. Bsa, ru.n ty. Tannaa.e., Wmac in aoaee otnpsd kp Bpaell t . Laura Wood, wire of W. T Wood, by dd at Jan Mb. taat. now of foedBBeiatefeasrarsnjanWeaeucr. B Bak ll,Hi . MI, tea, wnevatn taM Laara waoaarrtktaf 1 1 Si fills j rssasnso B wkica it boreav auae. jsaaK Beawtt-atiii i. X. C CATC a. Poet, A-arro. tVolice. WS ka tkia day aM anr akatk at MrSiSIB lo Beam WBATBMPOBB. aafwatT A CO . wno'iRCaad a. in Be Wbols.ala tuiilj Bd anaaew. saan anaiae aad wr bn.br sattusiis sea appro mnlij of tetarainc fr Bonka to anr saaap artssaaa aad ca. Setoer. tr ibir l:beval tli Btat. aad anpo apal Bor wail attend a ejallanaaaii ar faotr amraasb" new to toll ctooe IkeiT MoaBbu, Sept M. BPS. AAMseaer aaao AS an....- br B abort Blai.at BvetnBdaprec mlslMfW. Jaisi.n A Baa. la Beer anal i.n at Growers ae Coasntesfw Marairaab, I Boir old otaad, a m Pl.at B waertiwa. wB b bsoaed ta see anr fraado and ta Iiibii pattens of B ae aim, iiolnat Beai B.1 wo seat, to B. boot of or imii.atB sbiblsb ifioliBa Bar eBattcer ant tt. B all Bt skill I laHUaM. WBAtVtaFtkSB. MMP9BK A. OD. Jtiasaii. raps. a. lee. B. MkAAjn a-jsninLA ...,W. F. BATLTXt. JtWif BT. TATLOB. iff 197 MAIS 8TKI1I1T, CLAY BUILDING, AlfNOUIVCE THB TO TBEtK .TT.ta.rTFItTE.YT 8 TOOK OF FALL AND WITTER GOODS! tont-baw F. S- liATHAttl'S SAJDE Of 40 Acres Suburban Lots. aiu o. wBfiXESDiT. oeajtsts aa. evr the FSJUtJBi I HAVE otAtrVKtot soy riietdenco atstnda a Korr tvenoe, tw and ano-kaiP nNoo taB Srant C net taare, in Iota of tw. to dv aoroo; tar aaas SaojeBer WUB Ik new and kaadeoni BSstBEXOS IMFBOVE kWS, Lnafexttsr. Sr. aad ent-baif aeveo or ao aynak not nnd aa tb ptrtbaoor of B-reaMoo bat wtB. Tbeae gresndt ara naaarpaaaed BwoooUM bonaty aad tlry attvattaai are ala a kad..ni.t starts I naaabdorbood. adlareat lo Be Mlsaitlppl rnawa t and eamprtto a ermrter tf bwkbtBc sea saimatmt lor rural botttr I wB tab pteaanr ta in ftAut Beo tloata toaawtowlri toaramrt.Bra. Maaa af B Froth MUlet Setct." p5TrtwrredBdt,r..MA urt Xakmset, . S. III! i 1.1 arm, nbsa sea recaaaaoooat poaeBaaent strict in tercity aad bnanae. miliar. Oor Mr D. JAUBPOK wsB oaannpae aanw aowr tbo star, tar tn ,nrnas at I, I Mat P ear OS kniltin aad waald rat ai.sly imiiI aB ssstits Bl SS I lo u-