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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL--STJNJl'Y, DECEMBER 9, I860
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y-tfst Cireulatioc ia th Ci.y
inif Katter oa Xtkj Pug
Tbe ArrxAX eatee baa tasea anil to oar
.w bundiae, comer sc UMcn street n4
d( Aliey, when all pMMOa haying boai
I Witt the office, in raraet led to call ia
SCIENCE AJiB VKK BIBLE.
ITbe two words abue have of !te been
I teed side by aide ao freouetr.'y, kDil fir pur
ina so opposite be some to vindicate the
and by others to aceail i Uiat tnnv
tdere may be inclined alanec to tern from
be sabie-cu We shall, however, neither ent
Kith the fanatic nor rail with Use sfceiitic, ba
ueearo- -n urate a few rosnavm S't." ideas in
lod wilil a subject that is, or sboulJ be,
y to all, especially oa a Sunday morn-
KAa few Tears aae E. portion rf thf
"SstUri cfcarch practically deified the tra
ii B Ve; 'Lev were tra Birjlicla'.oristt.. and
id w..!iio tbe page of that book all that
leo'cert co.. 'J frame, eAirs demonstrate or
tier.ee .jscrrer. Tethh) r. reasoning ardcr
ccf or baoaa discovery has pot aa
jfi cLcck. On the tanss of subjects
, XrL.cL mve-jpatiea aad science generally
fife to do, tbe Bible is by ao meat a coa-
tndrutn of bnowleeVe. To refer to ft? most
ertnafr of euatiac iaaoas upon this subject.
hcall s-t.-nt.oo to the tact a fact admitted
all j' elhjent Christiana that tbe teach.
sa of eeoiogy, as that eeieaee is now known
.fTffr ie interpretation we put upon the
kecoun' vt the rreation aa giten in Genesis
i is coEtro iersr now warmly carried on
t is coEtn
, rw-iit out t
bject, we have aetbin; to do; we
'. that ibue exalts a conflict opoa
poiLt. mi Jiai it M caaseu dt loe race
it tbe canner in wbich the account in Gea
t Las Libert? been undartttood is found to
no lrn.'T tenable, and apeh a sew inter.
etatica i sought for k an it1 receateue tbe
r.trovrtible fx:s or geology wtihthelao-
lare useJ a Genesis. Wbahaer a
.-.-jsnf-aiion or me nearew taxi, aaa a
krfect knowledge of the wosiastfttl taachiaca
eokfical science, aaajr sot do away with
fry appareat StSt&f w axe r ot
pay, t'jat is ia (he. jRatora. At the present
meat a real i'MuMf Ja el , ard honest
tstsds are puzzled while waac oaes arc lad
ts rT from tbe troth. When bonest
xreriecce doubts, U is nielesi, is a day of ia-
:i.tj lik' be preseLt, to erwi-Arorta
tbe-s : k' ttitm be honestly SHIt with they
'e boarstlv entertained. They are atat rovfht
for. thev come laroiantariiy, and the truly
wise will -.-sat thata insfii tfiigy.
IThet shall m boa sat ashas 4a ia the case
.f the raajfliet at praaect caifthu hstweaa
science aa ara kaaw it, aa4 the BLaie a wa
dersttad ft? act, the reader will
br twees, the Mats ia Me, ad sdeaceia
itself, 11 at is aiat the ratiaai Whaa a saan
is rick, or feeWe fc Us hady, or ezacrieaccs
us cual siasatisat, he fiads ia ht slryetciaa
inTu-tiaa, advice, aad aid. When hie
g ence tiiaahlad, his sahad paxxled, aad Ms
f'e!ir,js an waaiil hy the otcwreace of
f Ji(acvltts aa theea are are farcatiaf; at,
is laTettaaatery ast ieasaHr the case
U.i' be caa Sid a sphriraal phxstciaa ia tbe
ja-'or andtachat. Hear often he tsar go to
rl :rch srithiBt heariac a seratos calcolated
use bis doabts ! The doubts and dificnl
l 's that Ijdtbsb, Cira, Wsat-arr. aad
let aast with aad coaahaUed ia their day
ay hear aasjch ahasjt : hat tbe Bringaes-
i of the hear, bow rarely are tbey papeled
ia tbe paJait 1 This aay serve aa essf'
far tshiaar aa each a saaeaUaai as the
lent sac, far oar belief is that an uasatis-
I doubt, a fear to iaqare Isaat troth abaald
i 4oiiisjt to be arbat the inquirer wishes.
if : jvri vaa to the spiritual natarv aad woaad
ii: to eseral aeUajja. Ia a difereat aeaee
'bar the oae waaally elrea it, w say, without
faitb theto as aoaalvatasa ; bat aajehjaith ia
iLcotspa Ms with aa aaaaKtaaasd aiantaliry.
We draw attaatisa to the fact that wbeathe
E.blt is aracked throasa aatssry, or other
science or nrataea of ahiloaeptiy. it is not at
tacked as a reHgtsea hook, bat as a acieatifc
or pL:lo.-p'L.e book, a feitisa it lays no claisa
to. Sa;.;.os' that ITewtea, ia bis "PrascipU,"
1 ad drsv. c aa exanple of assae fact to be i
'rated frcra,the diaaer be bad eaten oa the
a . of vrr 'iec what abaald wa think of a
r. -,n who shoaid deny the trash of the"Priaci
ria'.p. t. iplry, biuftat be was able to praaa
fxj at s-:c.'i iiiredienta aa the anther asenrJoBo
n !. ire cnanpoaad the diahea he said he
Hie '" i. as the way the Hale
ea in thia wafof fcieatihe objertioae, aad
oei - aa tajo auatt Bears aoont aa araen
oa to tta atoae aad desiga, as a diaaer
to t oo Trracipia."'
we imaaHfai a beak of botassy, aotioa.
Eeacsetry, or other btaaeh of heamledye,
eridat that fsJraaaa laaaasis wa ahoald
lU.ea aatoa the oabjiLti they treat apoa.
linon natters Imidaatstly fattnddeed. An
flor at gat write aa exeeHeac work oa hot-
lev, and ret coaaaslt ia ft the blunder of deay-
i z that we thing wUrh are equal to tbe same
t!:ir.r, ar- oaoal to each ataer. Soch a demial
v -lid b fatal to a nrhoaiaHcisa, hut not to
abotani'L If we Uks the KMe, then, aa a
b ok to 'inch nlHiia. aad jsjdge tt oa its re
l:;mus tmenta, aa we have a right to do, we
n sv sat.-fv earaerrea bow far it is entitled to
our Ten-ration, evea while saa
d.ffieaWes resatn aasattlsll. Aad ben
uBanprearhable the Bible ia! Cast ft
aid what da we kaaw of Cod More
that be is trie author of ci
eed, with an iron aeeeasity, to
ejector' Of bia lore, Us paternal care, his
- j"oTidliee over bia rjeaasrea giaarslly,
, , r-rr trace ii lost. Without the Bihia, what
I do we knew of tbe desthay of ssen, of the iaa-
mortality of tbe soalf We find ogtaaivea
Retained to aeiLerle poast ia inanity, haaad to a
jasi:l planet w'u le coaarli suae saajwaad as.
fta" wt rer leare tbis dod; arer soar beyond
s forces: ere: ra-b these fiisteaiac orbs be
Tnd: etf r za wbrre guilt aad Borrow shall no
lonrer ent-.vtire uoble Itmnhai, aad lofty
ir ratio-is, and v rtao naiasssBaet wsth a vast
fr-.itioo' Wbo can teB? Xttari is silent
science rvrals it not. We asay wash for im
mortality. e ir.sy hope for it, hot, Witbout the
B ti', we caa never know that tbe ethereal
vpark wiUiin us shall aarvive " tbe wreck of
tratter an-! tbe ereai of worlds
Here tLe searcher after aatnre's secrets Is
baffled; be kai ws bo Bare thaa the clowa that
warka aad eata, aad aleeaa asM dies. Indeed,
th" clows who bas bis Bible ia often faH of
knowledge precisely where tte pbilosopber is
jr darkass. How caa thia be? It is easily
vsbown. A MMoTw-bo knows notfcinr of tbe sci
ence sf aaTiatioa is aa certasa the asedie pcisU
north as tb- philoeoaaMr ia. He has relied
upoa ft, and ft t'wkrs Vrofrfi'. bhB to port
Tbe poor uneducated woman bo believes ia
her Bible Jcaonu i is tro not bees use site bas
Bvestvted its bj'ory, or is learned in tbe
langaagee in wbich it waa written, but because
through tbe cbaaires of life she has always
found it c liable of nrodacine: tbe effects it
claimed to produce. Ii teaopta'ioa it pave
power to resist ; ia sorrow it fctoujrb' ronaola
tion ; m a.:reraity it gave hope ; ,u sickness i:
was a eocfrrter; in deprsaairn it was a joy.
in prosperity a r.-rulator ; in al positions of
' life aa tnatracter; and when deati iter If was
staring her in tte face, it not on!-, took away
fear, bat gave victory aad the cxuitaiio-. of
triumph. the p cr and tn jura'M know
5 tbe Bible is true, it supplies a spiritual want
, so'biag else meets. It has prered itself ex-
acly adar'ed to just such ci-cmstances as
eoa'.aual'y oeeer in setaal iife. Like tie
3li!r.r. ML.cb " littfe ones of the kme-tam nf
SZOrttT-eS ' know tbe Bible is true, because
they hare rehed opon It in the voyap'f.
ad stnrmi, .tad wasderititts of IJe, aad
tbey Lav - ti'v.uj it brhag them ssfe ve port.
Cbritis: ' ia practical, asjrf be knowledge
of it ca ;.- by act-tal ajhaan ition and expe
rience, 1- wrr.h more thaa mere intellectual
icvsUgstioo can gisa. Try the Bible on its
. own rre-ir.-l ' an iaajiiirtnr in rebrioa, aad
t-iere u I.
which a. i
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Wrtrirn ; "
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oues f rc r.
V. e nevir I
i.r.z iv i ei ; b tccuuige win i
.! actual experience, before
p ier;:r.icai anu tueortiicai onfec-
r Lotbingaess aa tbe mist before
A' '.be end of lit. we bars often
to regret that they had disbe
! hie; we never kard of oce that
'tsaB error his hiU-r trusted
'i' 1.LOXU br' Jw maie rood
; v r.r i-: mfideUiy f- the BiLJe ;
eirt' cf a bad Chri'iar. hir, made
a good .ao 1
tv. Tt a
to be tr .
truth ia at
zsas ol (
we ma i
tT'Viigup the B h e f. r ir.Cdh
" t. testa that ibow tbe S.b!t
! I.adj to virtu i,u u-tus i
a cotomoaicaEton thss
t;.re of " AJJneoo Man
ir n: the pen of a gentle
at'ainmentc. Wb le
rt ibtrk that we cannot
;. - etrs we commend the
! t!.re bo are willing
noe of th awestioB.r
The conaaaeealsSt af theSt-Loals JWin,
writing frost CriatM, hfiasoart, uodor date of
td iaac, says:
Judge WilUaaw, tbe " craiy old Jrades,"
soeBt a part of the evealec at CoL Tast'a,
where I bad a good opportunity of ffltking hie
Mejaaiataaee aad of cMlBiaarJatorinaeioa io
relation to Ktnsts affairs. The jadge la a
man of assail stature, of rather Berroos teaa
srament, easy and aaable ia ataoaer. His
head is frosted with aaay wiaters, aad Ms
beard is white, long aad Bowing. I was
much pleased with hist. He has bosa tweaty
stz years oa the free!, orgaBiaiag courts ta
the Territories. He stye that the aaoarinn ia
volved la the Kansas troubles Is ast oae of
aoUties, M that the desigMOt Maataasory
and his awe are ahaed at all atea who are tor
peace and order. He says that MaBtooasery
has toM bin that only aa far at the legal
anthortUes eoefeiatad to Ms wiahes and that
of bis baad wiD they be allowed to exercise
their authority ; told Mm that he was a etever
saaa, aad wraM not disturb him is kit aaartol
or persona relations. Bat latterly haey have
conceived it eosealial to dispose of all asea ia
authority. The judge was iafoneed kyz Re
publican a aata of aaaadteg aad iaaneaae,
and of order that he had seen a Batof aeeaes
of atea who were sacriaed, aad that the
lodge name was aaMac lh, aad advtsed
him to leave for safety. All the oaacers of
his court were gone. He had ao arteraatree
but ts fly for safety, aieatgostery has ie
peatedly Mid that, personally, they had noth
iagagaiast tb jadge; but be waa oae of the
authorities, and stood ta therr war. For that
reason he came under the interdict. Mob hate
been driven from their homes, aad are eom-
nelled to scout about ia the prairies aad bosh
to avoid the oattawM
I saw aad conversed last night with a nun
directly from Fort Scott, who. with a aether
mas aad tastily, were compelled to leave Xae
sas to save their lives. They had letuatly
corns from Texas, aad thia ise wsd to he their
only oienee. They arrived here last night.
They report that tbeoitlzeM of Fort Scott are
to tbe mail it terror. TBey are straw ta ex.
press evea aa satatea on tbe matters ia dis
pete. AH huoiaiu as sasponded, aad a perfect
"reiga of teenr nnll ererytblag ia tse at.
NeaUgaenery baa said that he wilt asset aay
bedv ot mea t .at caa eoae acatost Ma, bat
it it suppoeed that his saaa vrBt dtsaad and
sca'ter, so that ao orgaaiaed aUlitia caa act
ettcieally against thesn. Gee. Frost bas gee
oa ia advance wMh the dragoons aad battery,
ieaviar the Infantry to rest te-dar ia camp
He desires to he praiiat to-aaorrow at the lead
sales, or ia the victnttv.
Tte New York Jfcraei, sposkiae of tbe
President's mtsisge, says : " Aa the closiag
regular exhibit of Mr. Be-cttaVAjr's adsafeis
tratioB, we had expected a good report, and we
sbould bare been disappointed had be filled to
meet the sectional discords aad danger of the
day irith soch argaatenU aad rtcammaadatioas
for the preeerratioa and pirpshaatioa of toe
Daioa of these States as hat position, the ores.
aiea aad the public espeetatieas demanded.
So far, however, from beiag ia aay degree die
appelated upon these essearJais, we are dr.
Uahtod with the calm, patriotic, osasistsat aad
convincing views theraoa ot this admirable an
sage. The last f rasa Mr. Bvckaka,
it is his beat, good aa its predecessors have
each ia its adascaUoa to the reeadre-
of the time."
7 Hoa. A. Rutt, of Arkansas, in x letter
to the JaieBseeacer, dated IstsBstoat, says :
At every steo of my protrcM from ArkaB-
sas to Washington I waa ana ted to witaess
how wide spread aad intense waa the feetiar
of rase stow at aad bostUity amoae; atea of all
pattiea, from LoatoUaa, Missieeipai, Teaaes-
see, Alinama, ueorgia, iexasK a no iae uaro
liaas I met with citizen of each one of these
State toward the oeoole of tbe North, who
have elected a President upon the eoie ietae of
koetility to their eonsntatiosal rigbts ; and,
kef jre I bad accompiisbed half my journey,
I become convinced that the esTorts of the con
servative men of the South, under existing cir
cumstances, without having their poeitioa
streaetbeBed or material concession and soar-
aafees from the North, to preveat or impede
revolution, with all of ita certain, probable,
aad possible coot mas acss, would he aa futile
aa to attempt to arrest the course of the Mis
sissippi by throwfag straws lata He current."
Got Skated. Tbe Cbarteetoa Jiercary has
Two aouna mea, bailiac from Kew York,
Tustii ia Cotombia about tee days ago.
en aataamen oc aetar ptcapoexete. laar
were held by the authorities for a week, aad
while the people were aaerally certain of therr
suitt. mere was ao proof to convert taem. wa
satne anVsased by the chief of iwewthevari
comaunoe tooc taem ia aaaos ana aa
tored to each a good whisrinsT, shaved
haada and placed them ia the care for
CTaitsstnii. where toer arrived oa toe oae
o'clock train ea Moadey. A dispatch from
fa. advieenr Cavaia Bss of their
shipment, reached Cbarleston after hie cars
bad arrived, so the worthy pair were at large
until last eveaiag, when Oaaser Schouboe ar
rested tnem and toot: taem to toe ruses asuat.
Thev wuVanpoar before tbe auror this anarn-
iog, and will prahnMy ks shipped to the North
in the arst steamer.
CT-A public meeting waa held ia Xa'xaez,
Mississippi, oa the 4ta iaetaat,to "sat ia jedg-
Bteasoa I've aeceseisa qweition. The Osnrvtr,
alladtBg to tt, says :
To the chair resolutions, which were of
mree resorted by a matentT of the cotsari
has, fhe aataortty added sasluions deprecating
tmaiaaiSTs seeasoaon; aeciae a ccavsattea ax
Southera Sutea. aad deatandine that the
venttoa should oubasit ita actioa for pabtte rat-
laratioa or eUoaoprovaL
Alter aa antaatea aevene oetweea air. wnt-
worth. Cel. B aaraansa. Col. Hillreraad Cil.
Lovell. the miaetltr report was adopted br a
vote of at least five to oae, aad ia the ssoat
crowned meet lag ever Dsn in Adams county.
HTTbi WasMagtoa cetnsoeeideot of the
CSaeaaaati Camtcrriai, hi iBmhai, to I
lestnees 'of ths secession movesneat,
evinced by eigat ia Coagrass, says :
Bat with this deep agitatioa there is ao erias-
tnation a itangeroaa sign, tor soatoera mea
ikl s fuasv aad onarrelasme if thev were
but playiag upon northern credulity. They
srs pastunasij saraest, aad ascounaous as a
aeamt about ta maraerBm essreet mead.
We prtsume the "stales win drop from
the eyes of the Iiaealaites after a few further
7 Messrs. Kursrv atDscxerv, the Bresent
proprietors of the hWsroanory (Ala.) Oso-
raaeratSBm, offer a oaa-thBrd inter-s in that jour
nal for sale, troaa their notice of sale we
dip the following :
la iosw sous nn of the mtarttl datiee of
this paper beiag too severe aad caadning oa
one persoa, we oaer for tale a third interest
to same intelligent aad aaterprieiBg arentle-
x. ine paper oa tone age beaa ssuatisB
ed oa a fans basts, aad, aa the books will
show, is paying banes am ply.
7 The last issue of tbe Jaekeoa Minu
Judre K. W. Pottos, a dtetinraiehed cKixaa
of Alabaaia, has baea ssasuauag at ear State
capriot tor several save ror eoasottattoa aad
eeaf ereace oa basinsse of hi State toachiag
tbe moveaaoatfer separatioB freaa the present
F.deral Usiom, aad tbe feraaaUoa of a sesth
era cealederacy. The fact that AJabaasa ta
cetotBaiaosa with Mateiaeippl, havtar iaettt
(teas aad a oeeoay inssaatawy laauwusea
with our, attaches ta ber aa ieaaortaace aad
a significance far more thaa ordinary.
Ce-OrxiuaTio. Tbe MiriedfvflV (t3a.)
Ftdrrml Unto aays:
Thus far we have seen bo issi atsaat la our
lejrsiature toward a ce-operatieB with oar sis
ter 8utes of the South. It aeeeas to aa, Uhat
auea a proposition would Be smlasatly wise
and proper. Surely oar piHltrteas t laaoi coa
teap ate tbe idea that each State shell assume
nationality, and set islisiailBafty at each
other, ant if thev do set, would H not be well
for them to consult with each other, aad to
take counsel together, betaa aay sas shall
take their poeitioa.
3r Tbe Riehmead Jftaauati dhcaaaii ths
question of tbe paymeat of the death ewe by
the South to tbe North. It sarsthat tbe debts
of the South will be paid, provided the Kortfa
does aot attempt to coerce seesdissr 8totos. It
Good, wares 'and merehsndrst, purchaaed
at the .North will be honestly paid for, whether
ttie I'uion be preserved wamsolvsd, aatsssthe
North rarates ths obli. atioc to pay by asakiag
war bob tbe 8oath.
The Belt. The New Tcxk Oapper, dos
ing as article oo tbe belt of the rhampioa of
England, wbich at latest accanats Tees Styera
bad borrowed, says :
'Ti a queer triangular imbroglio. Sayers,
Heenac and Hurst havaall foutht for aadbsea
awarded a belt worth oae boadred good Eo
gliah sovereigaa ; thers are, or were, three
belts of that vslae, but aery a oae hat either
a man p.-t ! If two mea can " make a fight,'
bow many men does it take to get the trophy ?
A geatlsmaa ot this city, sow trtvei
iag in Mississippi, says tbe Nashville OmuUt,
writes hack to a friend at rollows :
Tie farther down I get, tbe more secession
I sep Not cottent with w-arinr the blue
cockade themselves, the people pu tbem up or
wagons, r&rrlazes, ridiag horses, etc. At oae
place where I stoapid, all tbe segress had
them on. You may sorely put Mississippi
oowi aa r.eaa ou. ror
At a large meeting ia Charleston aa
b ult., Mr. Memssiager reeamtataded
:.- of Fort Moultrie by force, if the
. Ooiernrnent did aot aurroder it U
Sonii. Ctr , ma oa rttiriag from tbe Union.
Ottrr ----r S'ctuoB speeches were made,
and . ..- rre-t r.j adjourned amid tbe greatest
A meeting of the people of Attala
coui.tr, deprecated separate Bute seceeeioa,
and declared in favor ot a southera eoeter-
Tt e people of Monroe btre also declaied la
favor if a southern conference.
A meetingin Tunica eomy,ef which Judge
John Hardeman was prrsldiat ar.d O. Jiar
huar secretary, dedsred ia ft ear of Missis-
sippi co-operating with her sister Bsaiheia
States. The proceedings of tbis meeting were
seat to us for publication, bet reached aa toe
la'e. as the Hernando convention, to wbieh it
app vntrd delrates, bad already adjourned.
A tall is issued for the election of
a i" a couveBi.on clue State-niL'a
De.jocrac, .f Obio, to be htiu oa the Sth of
1 Jansary next. I
vT aU fc- & lie.
iufty a. -at
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I AVII.I, SI'liAK BT, It OAT CtBI.TJ.-T.
Earfaas Arraas, t Ths fact stand sut ia
bold relief, tbst in the mischievous sgitations
of the day, designing po itieians bare ecn
spirsd to dj-ect tbe public tmad more to oncon
atltuUoaal remedies, than to a calm and etatrs
mantike diseuaaios of the points m coatro
rerir betvreea the Xorth md South. Such a
dtoeussion would Bscessarily lead ts a fa:r
nwvelopaseat of the proper coarse to b' pursued,
expose any direct usurp.t:on on the part or the
General Government, and if any single S ate
baa a right to rush int ror.il. ct with o'tier
States before a p a.n Uo!-.tips of tbe Corsti-
tathw by ths General Government bas been
properly adjudicated. Tbe danrr-rom heresy
that a stogie State shall ait as sole arbiter.
dedariag that she has tbe aovrr.;D right to
decide that either an act of Co- ;r-'?t or tbe
aggressive acta ot her sister States justify
revottHeB, tad conaeeaaon'Jy an undisturbed
right to secede from the TCuion should b- con
tested uncompromisingly by every true -a riot
ot the land. The blue cockade, as a badge of
intimidation, is set the argiuaent to test lbs
strength ot public opinion. It waa tbis ad
aesstaes argument that areeipted Mr. Calhoun
ta aay to Mr. Clay, that h-i bad bim down
had hiss ea hia back was bis mst'er; to
which the Indignant patriot retorted : " He my
master I I would not owe him for tbe meanest
of my slares !" Let it be deir-osstratrd by m
aaewsrable argument, that the aggress ous of
which we justly complain, are such as to jus
tify extreme remedies. Let it be shown, ss bas
bosa pretended, that South Cirolma b-s tbe
same causes for revolution as the authors
of our De la-ation or Independence bad for
avenging tbe intolerance and oppressions of the
mother reversment. Haa our southera trade
bees cat off? Has taxes bees imposed on us
without our consent ? Have we heea deprived
of tbe benefits of trisl by juryf or bas aay of
w isniiaitsasof righu been atsaaaat by an
act of Osagrest ares? the Federal geesmmeat ?
No sash psraBsf raa bs mide defeaalble.
Agaiaet whst saeroaebmeata ea her rights,
then, has South Carolina raised the banner of
rebellion? Ia bar levulutionaryfresolrsa, it is
true she places herself on lbs defensive not
avowedly a;ainst any uncenstitotional act of
Congress, hut against the aresioas of a sec
tional partt ; that aha wilt not atsy ia the
Union; and, without mv.kioe even the ap
proving counsels ot ber sister States, she
proudly puts at defiance tbe power of the Gen
eral Government, and with tbe impious bra
vado! est ot the Persian monarch wbo com
manded the raglnr surf of tbe sea to stand
still, she dsmimis the surrender of the nation
al barracks to ber sole domination. And shall
it be toM that ta pursuing her political
raid a public meeting of tbe citizens
of MeaBfbls has announced that it
is the patriotic duty ot Tennessee to go to asr
aid, aad permit no coercion oo the part of tbe
G sacral Government in suppressing ber uncon
atttataaaal demands? By suebfa pledge, dees
not Tsaassaee put herself in an attitude of de
fiance to the sapreme law of tbe land, aud
plainly signify that ber respect for th rirfats
of a single State is paramount to her obliga
tions to the Genera! Government V fproaouace
it a sKslsysl aad humiliating position a poai
tioa that I eaa iaaagioe the stern spirit of the
old hero of the hermitage cannot look down
upoa, without being reminded of the noble sea
Umeat be uttered while linn;: "It It be tbe
will of Heaven that the recurrence of ita prim
eval curse oa maa for tbe shedding of a broth
er's bised should fall upon our land, let it be
not called down by any oaenaire act on the
part ot the United StUes "
It being, then, an uncontested fact that
South Carolina haa precipitated herself into a
state of revolution, aot oa aeeouat of any
wrongs indicted oa ber by the General Gov
orameat, bat from sectional grievances she
bas Metered from the Northero States, Is
there any exalted sense of justice in the course
she is pursuing t or is she deserving tbe era
eroaa couatenanee of ber sister States whose
concurrent counsels she scorns, for fear, per
haps, they may iasest on a manly rebuke to
her hot-spur pride aad arrogant dented oa
the General Goverament '
Mr. Benton, in hia " Tbirtr tears View,"
relates an interesting iacident in the aieae cf
the famous compromise of 1833, that proseaU
a stritaag eounter-plefure to toe preeent Herr
ing attitude of South Carolina. The compro
mise, which he style the conception of politi
cians, he says waa hurried through the Senate
rerardleaa of all tne rules awl principles or
legislation'' in hot haste, by Mr. Calhoun and
the coalition, in order to relieve bimse J and
bis Sta'e from tbe perils of the.r condition.
What a solemn warmer to the "reign or
torror'' already innagurated b those wbo pro
fess to venerate hia name aa ths ataadard of
exalted stateiiiiinahlp. How prophetie ts the
laagnaga of Mr. MadUon: Tbe false doc
trine of nullifies ttea will continue to flourish
ia the asf-6ei where it sprun; up." And in the
stroBg language of patriotic rebuke be aays :
UA secediag State mutilates tbe doataia, and
disturb the sssoir system from whjch It sepi-iatesitseif-r
Let it not be inferred by this
array of venerable authority tbat I am aa "oid
fogy"," ready to turn up the whi'ee eeVnry
eyes" at tbe ftjaMal ghost of dieuaiaa ; nor
do I belong to mVJtthrr of new mruefs, who two
BMBtha ago stood ia ths exchange court roots
ready to help the Breckinridge orator, CoL
Hayue bad be iave bad th courage to tr.
ewer aye to the ejuestioa, "will the election of
Mr. Llacota President be a suficient eaur for
the seeessioB ot the South an.! wbo are now
shouting hoxaaaab to the revolu-iosary move
sneat of South Carolina.
Wbils 1 disclaim the tsaguare of mena-e,
I im equally firm ia ma.Btaing U.at the rigtita
of the South are not to be sported with) U.at
oe annoyances aad oppressions we have lor.:
suffered iron the North, are cot to be endured.
X4 toaaoeriBg our redress, let it, if it be po
siMsWanwaeure of harmony and coredia
tioa a heal diaafiection and save tbe Union.
In every serious crisis that our Goverasnent
baa heretofore sacountertd, tbe popular ver
dict has been tbat great questions are aot to
be settled by bold and constant denunciations,
and a political warfare that has been long
waging, not only by eacroach meats on our
rights, but the bitterest assaults aa charac
ters, canast be adjusted by a rat tat to the
Our Felerai Ceaetitutioa haa keen three
times amaaded to reconcile eeaflicting
claims of power In our compound goveru
muat, aad the vital principle of our repohli
eaa code indicates that the only peaceable
remedy is tc refer all our present "grievances,
not to a State convention alow, but to a s outb
sra or national convention. Tbe mischief al
ready doae by a pcV'cal panic in tbe
isaamin isl affaira of car eout.try is but
ta frdmJt, to what nay follow the
confusion aad distraction ot revolatioa ia
a siafle State, spreading its cootagioa ia tbe
other State abrogation of all the guarantees
of late, liberty and property. Ia the graphic
baagaage of Mr. Madison, '.'The happy Union
of these States is a wonder their Const, ta
tise a miracle ; wo to the ambition that would
meditate tbe destruction or either.'' An ad
monition, as bas been beautifully said, comes
to as with the solemnity of a voice from the
Kve, aad should be pondered in the hearts of
MaaxryaMn. The maa who haa the hardi
hood to proclaim that be prefers a state of
revolution to our present Union, I ao sure has
never traveled far oa the read to Jordan, or
-(-caught a glimpse of the horrors in the
yawasag aayss, ana cerieiy should not
be trujBted ia any coirtion of wise
men aa a negotiator of our rxistirg troubles.
If the irrepressible conflict bss cosae upon
aa, sot by any act of C agrees rut by any
high decree of the up.-in Court hut by the
teuetltutiooal power of tbe balio'-boi, let us
resort to some constit. ti'ji.al r.buaal to oppose
its ansory and brrak down i's power. A vic
tory gained In this uiy, u II not only exeaa
piuf) the element of o-der, s'reogtb and dura
Mviy ia our Cons'i'ution, but a pros ad refu
tation of the patent slander tnatthepenof
Baa historian is now ready to write tbe history
of tbe rise, progress and downfall of our
great republic A UNION" MAW,
ot the Old School.
P. S. Since writing tbe above I bare read
the President's mare. Hit views on the
eriet are eminently patriot c.and it is hoped
wax act as aa extinguisher to the three tahae
awef la Carolina.
car. wi.nst-oxvs I'tsstTtON.
We have been permitted to read two private
letters from this gentleman, addressed to a
esuali ot friend in thia county, ia which be
txiartssas bis opinion on tbe present condi
tion of affairs. Tbeee letters were not writ
ten tor publication, but we are permitted te
take tbe following extracts from them. Gov.
" I have net been
a pro-Uatoaisr, per for twelve year, aad
have all tbe time looked upon the issas aa a
auesbon of time."
Ar auunaag to tee utsrupuoa or toe Dem
ocratic party, in the late canvass, Gov. Win-
Bat, as you say, that matter it past, the
paramount aad vital questions of the present
aad future are now to he considered. I have
jast written to Meads, yesterday and te-day.
UBr, aewnne; ao peemoB m any movement, I
am compelled frees my feelings, sjmpi'b.cs,
my antecedents, aad a seaat of du y to my
owb in'erests and honor, aa wall as from a
sense ot patriotic obligation, sot to giys my
concent to acquiescence to a continuation in
a political association, which is icsvitahly
bound to result ia our dUtiasi and ruii.
" I look upon th position of those who talk
about an overt act as a lame and Impotent pre
text to evade the issue. Wbo are to decide
vrti-r the overi rd shall have been committed.
and bow? ....
- Overt acta have been aimed v committed br
Northern people tc bbsir Individual rapacity
in all their private relations bv their lcila.
tlve bodies by their politicians In and oat of
uongress by tnelr presses, pulsus, school
books, and indeed In every possible manner.
As for eo operation, that is but a d. lee of
Uatldity aad cowardice, or a piece cf atrategy
far delar and nostnoBement. Mv nwi. view.
are, that wa should go into ccn vsutiona id take
sups ror a spruca."
Ia this letter. Gov. Winatoa alse aavs ibat
we should endeavor to form a boKtbera confed
eracy. IUM umttt.
Gov. Perry's messaxe to th legislature of
Florida is just such a documti.t as we expect
ed brief, but to the point. We regret cur
inahilttyte give toe Brassage in fail. We take
from it the folio wtag paragraph ;
"I will Bot iasult your hsteiligence, or tres
pass oa year patience, by receansMag the a:;
greesioas already perpetrated, by referring to
those that most follow our aabtahMrfw. For
yeah, in fuH view of tlie responsibility of
my position, I most decidedly declare, thai, in
my opinion, the only bupe the Sou:hero Sutes
have for domestic ace and safety, or for fa
tore rsopertaMHty aad prosperity, isaaaa.;
dsat oa their action now, and that the proper
actioa k secession from our fetlMess, par- j
He reviews the aggressions of the Noith
upon the South very clearly, and gives an ex-'
rfllen' artr'i .er.t upon tbe . Isrltt of secession, j
Hs r.r. mu.endstiie csiliar . r a State eonveu- ,
tlon at an early my, and we aie pleased to
tcoaely has eaHed a csBveeUeB, to saeet on
n,. t., tf;...j , '
muiu rer ift, iue irijiatcre unani
I the 3tf ef iiouirj.ilUtUilfjrla.
m X 1 J
x ttsed ;r..'t
ZSTLTT TZS. CASSC te la jr-
WxstmeoTOK, December fi. oVsofe f!er
arayer, and the leading of tbe journal, Mr.
i-atham presented the memorial of the rbam
.rof commerce of San Fransitco, pring
for he establtshmeBt of a daHy ereriand mail.
Laid orsr for ths present.
Mr. Hale moved that when the Senate ad
journ to-day it be oatil Monday.
Mr. Powstl, aceerusa; to aatice givea yes
terday. Introduced a tseplution that ss much
of ths Prssldsnfa message tehrtlag'o th pres
ent agitated and distracted condition of tbe
country, and the grievance of the !avebolduig
ard non-slaveb elding States, be referrei to a
pedal eatnmittee of thirteen members, aad
that sal I committee be instructed to i: quire
whether aay additiosutl legbdaUoo than al
ready exists wHbiB the sphere of Federal
authority and duty, will be Beeeesary ror tbe
protection aad security of the United States,
and It so, to report It by bill; and tbat the
aid committee be instructed to consider and
report whether it ia deemed exped.ent to pro
pose an amendment, or amendments, to 'hs
Constit'aUon -f ths United state so aa to insure
a prompt and full protection to tb rights and
property citizen of every State and Ter
ritory, aad to iasare tbe equality of the Stat,
aad insure ths equal rights of too e.tiieue
aforesaid, under the Federal Constitution.
Lsid over for tbe prassat
Mr. Bigior moved to adjourn. Carried, aad
the Senate adjourned 12111.
Mr. Latham's mataortal provide for carry
ing the satire letter snail by pony express, and
the rsetdae of tbe mall to V decided between
Mr. ButtarfisU and tbe daily route, to ran
through Saa Joee aad PlaeerviUe. The statis
tics exhibited show its feasibility.
Hon December 6. Mr. Morris cf Illi
nois, said it would be rem tinkered that on
Tuesday bs sought to introduce a motion con
cerning the perpetuity of the American Union.
Since thea, he bad been called upon by vari
ous mtssVrs, aad ream sated to again present
it. He, therefore, gave notice tbat he would
Mr. Yallaadighass, from the special com
mittee aooointed at the fiaraisr session on the
Senate bill aseltahia: hat franking privilege,
ssado report thaiasa, aad pro posed ceruia
Mr. Cobb, bsamlbe committee on tiblic
lands, reported a bill to c astro ths meaning
of the words "minimum price of the public
Mr. Branch hoped that anch bills would bs
withdrawn for th pre sat, ia order that Con
gress might consider a meajure of more pub
Mr. Cobb replied be would, for tbat purpose,
withdraw what he had offered.
After farther proceed-rng tbe bill passed. It
provides that th word athalBMna shall be con
strued according to the lead graduation act,
ao aa to apply to alternate aad reserved sec
tions of land granted tor railroads or other
aational Improvements, aad la favor ot all
settler, and aot to taeaa $1.25 per acre, as
bow officially coastrsed.
The Speaker appelates! the following special
committee under Mr. Botatera resolution to
c insider question connected with the perilous
condition of the country: Corwia of Ohio,
chairman. Mflbwn of Vnrxiaia, Adams of Mas
sachusetts; Winslow of North Carotin, Hum
phrey of New York, Bsyee of South Carolina,
CampbsU of Pennsylraate, Love of Georgia,
Perry of Coonectrcnt, Davis of Maryland,
Kohiaeoa of Rhode bland, Whitley of Dela
ware, Tappaa of Mew Hampehi-e, Strattoa of
New Jersey, Bristow of Kentucky, Morns of
Virginia, Nelsoa of Tenaeseee. Dunn of Indi
ana , Taylor of Louisiana, Bavis of Mississippi,
Kellogg of Illinois, Houston of Alabama,
Morse or Maine, reeipe ot msseuri, buk or
Arkansas, Howard of Michigaa, Hawkins of
Florida, Hamilton ot Texaa, Washbume of
Wisconsin, Curtis of Iowa, Church of Califor
nia. Windom ot Minnesota, Stoat of Oregon.
Tbe Sneaker desired to say that alHne&t
ary usage was, to same on the committee (he
mover of the resolution andar which the com
mittee was ordered to be framed. He bad
omitted the name (Mr. Boteler) at that gaatar
man's request. Hs had sndsavared to appoiat
the committee to the beat of hia jadgmeat, and
jtt the earliest period, la view of the important
business wita wnteii rae eesnmttr.ee waa en-
Mr. Hawkins, of Florida. La! Tuesday I
begged to be excused from vo'ing. For simi
lar reasons I aak to b excused from aerviog
on this committee. I harecoasuited with elder
members aa to wbetUr i' ia voluntary or aot
for a member appo.n'-.i on a committee to
serve, aad have bee . :aorm"d that be ia cam
pel Id by tbe rules of the Haute, anlssa ex
cused, and that it h- dors n serve be aub
jects himself to soni 'tbir.g like repriauad oa
tbe part of tbe House.
Now as long as I :a a member of Ibia body
I am anxious to reff ret all i'a rules. I there
fore ask the House to excuse me from serving
as a member of the - .'amittee. If I aa com
pelled by ths rules "t customs to serve, I will
be a very uaimporUi t and not aa esurient
member. I know I cannot act with all the
committee. As to th.- Mea of gettiag up a
committee with ummit ity, peace, and a Union
saving manner, I hs ve been opposed to any
thing of that kind in tb- past, aad aa aow,
be! living tbat the time for compromise ha
John Cochrane, c' Vw York, said that he
had beard, with a great deal of regret, hia
friend aak to b excused fr.s serrissr eu) has
committee. It bas well b m said here to-day
in the chaplain's prayer, tbat the gray shad
ows cf the dark wiuj; of disalutioahave beaa
extended over our hi ise aa ! country, aad" as
deep is the gloom thv. w - scarcely discern
oae gleam of light 'o enable us to traiaaet th
ardioary busitess cf !"j.s a'i n. Mei.'s miads
have been devoted frr week prist to the groat
aad absorbing tonc of co-'roversy, which
e:. lists all tbotsjrht aad d-man is ot every In
dividual his best eert;:. ,.:.J his purest eaae
tiaas aad wiedesn.
It is of hnportaace 'o .,s lethal the Re
public sbouiil comi a:.d U '-xertions and ef
frrts of all ita eltirns. I br' 've now in the
midst of this crisis, hVI. tl - ; nla impending
orr 'he country, that ;ber i- no reason why
this House, represen'tri: be i-atriotism and
wisdom of tbe country, shot.. 1 excuse tbe gen
tleman from Florida." I t .l.ere that from all
parts of his State, wbre tbe people are look
ing with solicitude on ih- passing events aad
wi'b anxious eyss, if 'he vo:ee of bit con
s'ltusnta could be beard, it would be in tones
beseeching and appeiiung to their representa
tive to staad forward ia thia issue and stead
tte bruat of the controversy.
He did not believe, with the gentleexaa, that
it was important to l! e w !rre of the country
tbat there should be a u:.ar,i-..ro re pert ea the
subject nferred to th- eorstnittee. However,
God grant tbat it j la .ae in the gslieriee,
accompanied by cries - rder" on the foar
GA grant that it u. be r'amped with tbe
unanimity wLicb pa'ri.isa demand. If this
c-u-itry is not to be "vsd if pstr otism Is not
sufficient to command this glorious result it
is due that the people of tbe United States
should know it ; it ia due to the benighted re
gions of the country tbat tbe facta should be
impressed oa their sainds, and ignorance no
longer be pleaded a an excuse for th. acta
which have brougb: us t thia fearful preci
pice. If we are not to luvr a unanimous report In
save tbe country from the pangs and ago: v of
secession, let us knoT what demand i are made
by one section of tbe coanttry from the o'her,
and let us feel whst Is tbe palaaLon ef th
country and let at answer the aaxiou in
quiry that comes from every portion of the
lar.d, " Watchman, Kb. at of the sight?'' clear
ly aad conclusively whether storms and mad
ness rule the hoar whether there hi one gle a
of moraias; ia veMeb we stay vet dbjeera tbe
stars and stripes flaat.ng froet yosdsr dsias.
These remark wer greeted with applause.
Mr. Caraett hastirr reae, saying, "1 trust,
ia our grave deliberutf9w, the chair will stop
whether oa the Boor, or la ths ral-
I will give aotic" Here he waa
met with biases freaa she gaUrW
move that tbe gaiter! es be cleared
newed bissea.1 Tbsbm disaxaeeful blsck-
guards wbo violate tbe rules of the House
ths decorum of rBgsdty which are due to the
representttivsa ef th people, vhooid be forth
with expsited from the ball."
T.e Speaker ssM bs bsd no dJcbt that the
suggestions of the genflemsn from Tirgiala
would k ssdaeteat for a lespsctful aaditory,
ana unrars quiet.
Mr. Morris, of Illinois, aaaealed to Mr.
Cochrane to retrain traa turtber dsseoeeiua oa
Mr. Cochran reaussed. I deprecate, with
all ethers, thee toshimsniabi of either appro-
na'ion or censer rree m ga iienn ornoor of
tbis House, yet aa sjntuaH might b foemd ia
tbe character ot th these, which appeals to
tbe emotion aad fseiiagset afl, however hum
ble they may be, in the Republic; but it is em
inently proper that the rules of order be ob
served, and the ssaVjset be discussed with ths
gravity its nature demands, and that the Amer
ican CsagfiBsIa tbe panes of diasulaajsalf it
is to rait, aaoaai ibn
robes gathered are aad at,
I bad iietessaadsi to
iwiadBt which tabasis at the base of this
qaeslisn. That waaU be aasrise or issproeeri
but tat allusions i asm avaoe were necessary
la order tbat I might arias; to the ratelttgeiic
aad heart of the grnrleatn from Florida coa
sMeraUoa appUcabls to bis owa patriotic na
ture aad ssaairtsiiey, wWeb are as eommoc,
general aad catholic aa is the groat aad glo
rious Republic la wbich w live; I appeal to bim
on tbe grnunda of rnsseana bewiaaity; I appeal
to bim In the. peril of a, seausoa couBtry; I
appaat to hia by the mSBanrls ot the past ; I
appeal to him by the atwaamrity and exiotence
of th Mvsreiga State ot Fleriaa.to re naln oa
the committee. f these appeals are to be In
effectual, I further appeal ts thos here repre
senting a com most country. I ask them, with
out any reflection on ths gentlemen from
Florida, but in pursuance of a duty to be
performed, ts negative the request tbat he bs
Mr. Hawkins demanded tbe previous quet
tioa oa hia ssotloa for that jurpoae.
Mr. Miflsoo moved to adjo ru.
Mr. Oawferd appealed te Mr. Milhwn lo
withdraw bia aetieo, so that a vote might he
taken to set whether Mr. Hawkins would be
forced to serve. He boned others would ask to
be excused from voting.
Mr. Hawkins declared tbat he wai not act
ing under impulse, but from convictions .f
Nr. Adrian, Mr. Underwood and others,
called bim to order.
Mr. Adran, amid confusion', said tbe torn
saittee ought to be settled to-dity.
Mr. Adrian was called to order froa the
Southern aide of tbe ball.
The mo'ion to adjourn was ca-ried, I'M
agair.s 02. The House bad previously decided
tbat it should be till Monday.
Scalm us xt Maxhiskst. Deaais Sulli
van, in the employ of Mr. Michael Coggons,
la bis mill at Wilkensonrille, Mas., while
passing av bett over a whell, about o'clock
Monday mc-nlng, wa caught by hit hair in
tbe shafting and completely scslped, the scalp
being separated first through the eyebrows
from ear to ear, ai.d turned back so as to he
a a roll on tbe back cf bis necir, lea ring the
whole skull bare. Dr. Cbamberl.n was imme
diately called, aad adjusted and secured the
parte. It was doubtful whether be would sur
vive tbe aback.
Auaxt, December 3. While tbe electoral
colleg was ia session to-day, tbe cxpitol wns
di'ctered to be on fire in the library of tt e 1
Jfe,n.!ily cbansber. It bad m'de considrra-.-.le
L -ad way when discovered by rte "pi nu-
tenitebtoi the building. Cut w is tpeec'iy ei
ttagatahet!. About site busdrtd rom ot
docu meets vrert dutrpyed and injursdy-
I ,x.l.rf 5llt-!' P- -V . -. 1 Hor..atr-'s) B-8M !-;f ' LflETSUl JrW Ci D hWS; ATOIS to e . t M.urf nail, Xtof hit, lean. fju
t-xa J57jwtte IhaWotTiaia, IKffiaa I JaaasMfV - 'af, (V" - "aa tH
The Xi'ects of the SIesae;a t'ny or
trio Honibersl ot Oosaros -Tbe
Fnrte near Clmrtestbn--Appoint
Vt jui J Baltiio. re Sun
Washi!;tos, December i. The Unlen
men antiupate happy effects at the South from
tbe President's powerful argument agaiast se
eeseioa, but neither the publie or private In
terpretations of members from the gulf States
justify belief that such will be ths result. On
tb contrary, it la still regsrded ss a fixd fact,
by meat intelligent politicians, that several of
tbe cotton States UI secede.
Tbe treasury has answered reseisitien to
the amount uf three hundred thousand dollars
for compensation of members of Congress.
Two hundred thousand is for ths House and
one hundred thousand for ths Ssaate. Tbe
members get their psy monthly while here, aad
for tbe recess get their pay in groat at the end
of tbe sesaioD ; thus It will be seen tbat the
Representative will get but a beat half what
is bow do them. It U understood tbe msas
ire to relieve the treasury will eariy be takea
by the proper committee la both branches of
Ia respect to what la aaid by the Presideat
about ths forts near Charleston, It may bs
ailed that tbe Secretary of War bas declared
that be letted to deliver over all forts Intact
to hut saecevsor.
Joha H. Hsrstoo, Esq., bas been appointed
chief clerk of th office of the second con
troller of the treasury.
THI.GS WISK AM) OTHKKW1KK.
"What have you te remark, madam, about
my singing ?" "frothing, sir; it is aot remark
What kiad of a fever bat a maa who is go
ing to pay up his creditor who live at a dis
tance ? The bullous remittent.
Mrs. Hollyhock thinks it very strange that
the rising or falling of a little quicksilver ia a
glass tube sbould have such an affect on tbe
When hia cousin Ciarlotte Dunn was mar
ried, Joaos said i It was Dnan before It was
begun, Duan wbll it waa doing, and it waa
aot Duan when it eras dose."
Why are lawyers like .woman? Becaaas
they are Ae oi.
A ease in rheacerr, begun la Ragtaad la
1791, wss decided ia Land on last October.
A faaily of seven persona, residing near
Montreal, Canada, bars liven! together ia the
same bouse for forty-five years.
Tbe lire stock of Illinois Is sstiaatsd lo be
worth nearly S lWJOOOftOO. '
A man now living la Vienna, Austria, Is
133 years old, though he bas been helpless for
a quarter of a century.
A asn was arrested ia Stockholm, Sweden,
ia October for murdering eevca infants, whisk
be justified by an unique philosophy.
"Do you believe, sir, that the dead ever
walk after death V "No doubt of R, madam,
I have beard of tba dead march la Seal. "
Why is a aaa that marries twice like ths
captain of a ship? Berauss he has a second
Ia the advertisement of a aew hotel la Cal
ifornia, the proprietor aaya it "embraces over
The navigation of tba lakes closed oa Fatar
day, with the sailing of the barge Great West
from Chicago for Buffalo.
Th demand for canal boats is as great at
Rochester, that many leaky old floats are
gladly takea up, which will be abaaoened at
tbe end of the trip.
Tbe first negro slaves directly imported iato I
uios were lorry negroes niougat trot tne
-p o i erae isisao. in inze. Tasywecc
sera ror booui aao or boh eaan.
The ratio of population in the saatera de
partment of Cuba, is 14.0 per soaare mil.
the western onartastat at e 41.9 per square
What would you say if you waned a rever
end doctor of divinty to pi y taae oa tbe
vHHinr "rtaaieae-o.ee." U. U.)
Tbe young lady with "laoghlag syss la
aaid to be very hoarse from ths intemperate
use ot (nose oigans.
Anything Midaa touched waa turned tots
gold. Ia these days, touch a aaa with geM
...J L.MI a ia. . .
auu TT-ii lura mvQ UfUHag.
Goats. Amp aa4 emb are htimt kUb-
hrely tt4 ia the Pariiiaa tbeUra ta tfa nt-
41 I O
ubk up ox piecea.
Lard John RaassiPs sides' sna bas tbis year
matriculated ia the Un vereitr of Uinharr, ia
wbich th aobl lord himself studied fifty years
A Russia r noble nan. who bad aadacad Ola
oetrotuou wsra of a serf la Maa
lead i th street ky her lover, ea the 18h of
A wife's far well to ber husband every
"v'H assy, axis."
Hanpy is the aaa wbo.. wis. nv.r s.lr.
ma tor any jeweiry, aavs bUck diUBODda.
A love-eick voune man. wba ha. I. a-., nrr
eh ef lata to wntinsr snaweto. ban ntkaM-
m wiw dsi o ois own lines.
A bow religious sect hts beguate drvsiep
Itself IB ths northern nart of Dejimarfc ite
oei.evers claiming mat there are fire gad
oae, aad calling; theaselves Pentariam.
The recent cold anan lian virloallr -'-
canmi MivixrBitoa tor to seaaea. loe arasoss
mat can bow bs dons is to get tbe boats al-
reaoy out to cneir oeattaatioa. Tba totla far
ths present year will aaeuat to nearly three
Xtl 1 - . .
miuivas ens a qiancr over last year.
It is estimated that locaaotiva
anally consume th i wood from 150,000 acres f
laad ; is twea.-y years equal to 1,00000 af
cm. rxnnTivania can rurntan coat to
... 1 L . ( . .... ...
pv.vvwb u rtxnuuxi waste or tiaasf senna
aavaaisga to hsrself, aad to the sanostcal
oanageaeat of railroadt.
They use ap th old horses in tbe depart
ment of tbe girende, France, ia feeding
I V. L , 1 l, . . .. "
ircvun Vj wmnna, tasa io aeata.
A cave, two thouaaad feet deep, has bees
vspssrea near oaa asemtngo, oa tas Te&smass
pee route. It has at some Urn bosa inhabit.
sd. as several broken jarahave been disc over ed
The farmer of Mexico having beaa driven
from their land dariag tba aivil wars, the peo
pt are now begaarag to sxperitnc tbe hard-
MB VL ISUIS.
A vales bis bars, graxiag la a rocky part
ot Cumberland, England, becaae CBtoasrisd
between two crags, and waa found hanging by
bis head, hit feet barely toochlag the groestd.
Tiacma Tau The Kiehmoad JSaewtrar
V. . .t . . ...
uw iHiiiiwa tnveKigauoB iato tae araaasasji
nf Virgiais, and finds thst tbe State possaatss
SiftfiO mutkets, 2,600 rifles, 1,300 sabres, Bad
batterieB nombering 253 pieces, besides cav
alry equipments and other asefal article. ;
uuereupon trie ssjoemr ngurea up tne coot or
organizing a military force, aad uWlarea that
100,000 men are ready to spring tesrme at the
sound the hrat guru" Ths fnewerer, iaeaa
clusioa, says :
" The governor, the adjutant gsaeral aad tba
csmmiasioners ar bending their best energies
to the arming of ths State, and oM Virginia is
now ready for the worst, if the worst sbeeid
come. What we haven't got, we have the
power to take from Harper's Ferry, Oil Point
Comfort, aad Goaport Wavy Yard."
The saw Depot. Sxjcatb mast Oau
roaaiA rat rLacs or Gwix. To Saa Frea
eirco correspondent of ths Nsw Ysrfc HtrmU
says tbst tLe candidates ror tas Uarted SUtes
Seaete from California ia piece of Owta an
McDoujall, Denver, Downey, (st pnsent gov
ernor) Hoge, aad perhaps Caasertr. It hi very
hard to say wbo haa tbe best chaaes, bat it at
net unlikely tbat Edmund Randolph, the cele
brated counsel for the Ce ill am sat ia the
Almadea case, may be chslea. last year,
when tbe anti-Lecomptoa or Dourlas nsurtv
wss feeble, the votes of asabers, ufteen is
number, wer cast for hia against Latbsxn.
la tb hour of ita success it is not imnnhl.
that Randolph may be aeatto th United SUtsasJ
senate. itsctmuui AWfalrrr.
Tela Satis ajcd thx Bbit. .The BtyeesJ
ou pBieseu a strange course ta ret peg to Iae
champion's belt. It would appear that it has
been lent bia for exhibitisBsl purpose, and
that be refuses tegive it up, ha ring saasa wild
Idea of sending has to America a a areeeat to
Heenaa Thhs hi a most improper praceediag,
aad whatever stay be Tom's opinio as to the
Bssssasar of the trophy, at all events he hat no
legitimate claim to the bett ualess hs had
fought and woa ths last battle. Should the
ez-ebampiea persevere ia this Breosediag, b
ui provoKe many ox du peei rrteaas ana ab
AB4aa jpsrusg XAft.
tax tisi ha Cohb. Ia a speech ddtv
ered la th Ssaate ia 1833, Mr. Bacbanaa ead
oach this question of sUvarytat ft dce'
be asde aaaifest to the people of tbe South
the they cuaat live with ee, exc.r: in store
" " iwBawsiaB aaa aaara OBrabrrr
wives aad ehildrea.for aU that ia near to thea
opoa osrth, and the Unioa is froa that aao-
asent dissolved. It docs cot then haeaaa.
question of expediency, bat of if-pretaa-tloa.
It is a auestion brought hssae to ihe
aides, to tbe domestic circle ot every wbAe
"aa M. cavuuivaa OUUCS." tBat tiai hSS
Tata Anaarr itoasx ix thx Woxlh. A
gentleman named Potter recently txbibeted a
NeweasUe, Pennsilvaate. that wekxhs
aright bay bora, ef the
ijwanaie oreeo, aaa was ored 1b Omber-
isno, cngiana, ty a f-irmer saaed Rted. Ia
a am too, a prixe ot arau at Glasgow, la
Scotlaxd, and since bis impact ties be baa had
xuan iwenrr-ix prtxes ceaferrsd opaa
bia here. The fanners to th. aaiakaaj
around Newcastle desire to reUia aha la their
xsaaacw orceu irom. rtuce' Spirit.
Tbleobami. We have bosa toforaud, froa
a reliable sourcs, tbat Mr. Moutraaefv la.
- w waa j 'Ml' ih aaxw PI. LU pWtX BB4 iatt-
tte Rock teiegraph tLrout-'i Des Are provided
our citixens wtll invest 0200. Th. i.
now hers snllicirnt to complete the work. W
baveiit SMce eooisgn left tbis week lo say
more ca the subject, but ws know Mr. -MsaV
Itomery win meet wiui successful eacsBKkSre-
"Tat Wiin Hunt fob
hard yesterday that there were eaa lavestty
candniatrs for ths poeitioa of meafiahger to
carry the vote of Tennease to Waebi Baton.
un ticanu? u.e rrpjrt, a genueasn rmrkd
tnat me t;p;osi:ton rtav. not bsd a chance at
lb offices for a cc.siderable length ot time,
and the scramble for t!.. little crumb shows
tbat they are bun-ry. tmin eavf Amtricaxt.
(TfWe learr. from tbe Canton (Mist)
CUurn tbat Frank! a Smith, Esq , aa saiaeat
lawyer ot tbat place, ha been convicted of
sooouac, wito intent to sill, Owea Yanvaetor,
editor of tbe Coaaoswesiia. He took an ap
peal from the decision of the iudr. but ths
judatn.ni wis cucfirned by the supreme court.
A. u. im Vriia.
A froCTitrxn F.XTisrsrir. Mr. .Palmer
Tlioin, la'e ,f fiicbmond, Virsii.ia, informs
in, si the ia7annsb fepso.'i'ciB, Uiat be. in
ceanecUea wi.h bts brother sow in Richmond,
la about to establish In Savannah a wholesale
mai.afaetsry of hosts and shoes of every de
Hox. H. S. Foort. Ia repouse to a A lavl
tatios from a iaree number tf our ettiaear,
Hi.n HrtrvS. Fuji- mild liver aa aeMrra
atth-Ti .ol,r-.!a' i i.-ir. laaL.oo the
pulit eil isi'iHof tl : d3 :at,Bk Palriot.
BreekiBridg' majority over Bell and
iraugaa tn texaa rsaettsj as tugb as 32,1011,
11 .. . L rTi.l Tjow5rr . M J.
tatcr from Ilonanra.
The schooner Jehu A- Taylor, CapL Lea
bard, froa Ruatan, arrived at Mobile yesterday
evening, after a rough passage froa Truxiln,
which nert eke left on the Sid nit Th Agi
Ur galhera the foltewlng information from
Gape. West, wbo west to Tr axil le for the pur
pose of bringing to the United SUtes the re
maliM ot Gen. Walker :
She broagfat as passenger Capt. Wt, who,
the reader will remember, went to Tntxiilo for
the purposs of bringing bj'k the resaaia ef
the lamented Geo. V'm. Walker. He was ua
auecssstal in bis missies, owing, K wee stated
by tbe authorities at Truillo, to a tew of
Honduras prohibiting tbe exhumation of bodies
within three years of the date of istermeat A
petition, however, hss been addressed to tbe
civil and ecclesiastical authorities fora special
exemption from this law, and it was thought
would be favorably received.
Capt West brings tb gratifying Intelligence
that Col. adjr would shortly be released. He
also bad astartMss froa th English cesMuL
tbe tMiBftFUt ot the port ot Traxiln and
others, that OM. RMUr was humanely treated,
aad his imprisons?, net made unbearable by
amatoa cruelties. He bad sever keen in tbe
sal nes, as reported, bot was he in solitary eon
fiassseat, aad we aay bop to see hiaa, shortly
back aatsag bia Darners a friends. .
Ova MtKisTKB at Xirn. A late titter
froa Naptss baa the feileiriug la reference IbJ
Th Ilea. Joseph R. Chandler, United SUtes
minister reeident at Naples, expect to leave
here In two or three weeks, or shortly after the
eatry ot Victor Esasaaaael. As he waa icrrajMsd
to the late Neapolitan gewnmesit, be csajsld
ere his dalle cease aa soon as the new passers
Uks offscial possession.
A Cot out Daaraewaji nv Yauew Fava.
One ef the aoat fatal expioslosM,ef yellow
fever oa record snarled a boot two avoaths
Se oa tb coast of Afiies, aad Is dsseribsd is
s IsmIob Lmkctl ef IheSd hR Io the 1 stead
sf McCesthy, aa the Oamhia, the malady sud
dealy braks out, without aay traceable cause,
aad attacked all the inhabitants, not an of
whaa recovered xaept Chat. Fraser, a naval
eCeer, ta comma ad at the station.
LiMcourt FoaataK 1'olicy. Tbe Lsadsa
xrerdaw Motmi expr fssoi much apprahiaslsB
in regard to the foreign pettey which Mr.Lia
eola's .soslalitrahWsi asty set fit to adopt oa
account at the radical views tatertaiaed by
seme st bis chief supporters. H argues tbat
the Rsfufillesaa kava as yet bat few trained
atoteasaea, and host they will have ta do their
work with satried aaa.
Oa a rscewt trip of the steamer Setsm,
froa Monte omsry to MaMli, a vet was takea
with the foUewias; rasujt i
Geatleaaa'a casta Tor rstlstaacs 30, for
sabalosieB 4, far sralttag over 1.
Ladl4 cabia Tor resfeteace 10, for aab
On lady thought tbe tour "subs" ought to
be put off at the first buti.
firTbe awaffaeiare ot cool efl ta Arfcaa
s is Uksry to bee est aa xtenei baanm.
The coal there. R U said, hi well adapted totbe
meanfaeture ef ail.
y Tbe pott oce receipts of Saatk Cars
Una for the year ssaiiag Joas S, loot, wer
atv7je.ia tspeaaituret 9a,fm.m
of Mpenditart ewer receipts S9ttJKA
9 Haa. D. a iittlsjsha ha nrseaewted
IfStaee Qteetey, ef the Mew York H far
libels uttered peadlag the late electloa.
Oa sstaraar, the ta tntaat, Santcax W. A Tata,
cansMOsest ta luast.
Tie frieeds an isquslBlisiss ot Sam'i. W. Avbbs
a uiviie k aiiend his hstfil, tram ku imIIiiii,
a Us Bernsad fSMtieit. u-SSr tteessr) U awe
!.. CsrviacM win k U tteueane at Mr. FIs
kevtrV CtCSHT ftMtkvt at tk lasttmc a WOOD BOIT,
Btaet SB feat tax, wbieh tk oavaae can set kr sa
friof a kTwurs. Jwu ant Paekett, Say river sett.
aae seftng caarxa oa tea aaw.
TOST IVOaTtBfl rrBB tlM IM. CrSttUBaT OfiT fiMtsasTTall
l) Bhmmv-tawmt W l4a AparI Hive) Slat Pwiw,
astilliw, C'tMUu, sad wr of tiktr tkim& too mrnmn-
) tO BBeMUlOII.
MiMlir mt 10 o'clock, Mtt. isWturt. am t fte JLr-
cao. the plM to trafi. X. V. CATCR . SOU ,
fTIHa saave rawsrd win k paid far tk raomvy af
' D. a. Trsgrter
twenty mlM skve ktsisklx. tWa.
B n wsa arusa tbv of an, skout lv feet
tset tneke m Mlfkli wetskt aar ae kaseral aa
artr .,; aair an. M mi; er,kriaa froat
teem aaaos. en aye-Sootk mlaiiae: aa a Sark track
east, cars faats, vest. A ear aaa
JA. . SOWABDC,
eet-tlw Pare Okaatas ia nvtwarSa, St UaH. nla,
ameraklp karaaar. exlaUaai lnla.a. aoam.
star ax naetam, a tn rjw
utlfl aay aiasaivea ay aaataat
Meoipbla, De. S, 1 88 3.
Xr. FISHEX will carry aa lh cats assises to th
aae plaea on kit owa kouk. Af b. kaa asaaS twa af
tk kast French cauka. ke fl ittera kiauau tkat h win
an waa I. 'in all kia fries. aiH cuaiooiers aceastae la
tkelr d.araB: eouoas aa taale. in eatables aa wall a
a tk. kast kioda of iwaortn wisa aa keaadl.
aJU abn iae boanter kj tk.' (Ur at a reeeass arks at
ae Mil or rev.. ao-iw
ttos sau at urw rsocBa
V BaakTiu Oasar Qkialil
Valuabla SUym for Sdio
n. aaxitk UnSak,)
r. T. Collier a aa. i
Mil O aaB ilnu.
BT vlrtae at a Seer af Ska Varaaiffsl oawty rasrt
t TistiB caistr, a BBS Bisiaeiir km. 10a.
aereat a the aaeee asaatesaa, I s) aaa a
at kkBSav fat cask, at th own kaaa aw te
awvaeeaas . a iib aaa
thea Buiai win
rB en ta the aBava vema-
Siielby CouEty Farm.
Vb. WilaDB at at.
'Mixteu te Ml laaa far lvilee-
Jaa Wilaon ot a1
TIT Tiuoeof daera st th csesey easxt at tbethr
I8es,I wiitM, atpakuTaalaaa '
Tliiltitlttv. Jaugnrr l. i as I.
iMkJ"r"!t' traa 1. ike Ur etvil
enarttt, saatalnlas la acres, more or Maa, wia aaa-
Txbmi -Oae-iaT cash. l-.laaes m aeradtt f an
wax r. rnasaaASTT,
T yrm. SBU, to ran
aTH VAX OP DllCBJIIUIR,
uf haywood ewjrrr.
mvtin as Ball at IBaslisi. Jsasf. aa shs JCessshis
aa eaia rsiirsas, naasisiBa ao act.
The ansa of aaer 1U M vory UkeraJ.
gwrnasasenauksaas tta sad ftnesths
fjom stud Foil tier, nami, Kulos
aim ? iigeuf
hviartt to th slase, ea a waattt af la saiilks
rrvtu BSaroauaiji eeeTarr
X. The BhiBwreek. fcy Vail inrj
- The ST th. Last it
rv sale r
M.MtlaBnea. , I
mT ilBSLPniS THEATER.
atTrrarst ISSIIIIW is kleamkla a tka
oat artlata, Mr. aa xtra. BtBSTBT wiuu AMB.
SttkXBAr JtrBBIBQ, R-ceaH-ar IB. BOBS TO
rjatt. Xt. BavxHr Viataaaa BaoatUal aaaae
anm ax una reura mioM arTsa OVBVUtt tv
jm wauBXMX aiauaaa. a Taaaee teirl. Mr. Maseay
...aaai i aiaa, aaaaal, xxsai BtxaWW
naiaaj, jar. mmmmj v maa aaa.
OTve.--Jtrati of Ttas
loaaaaaxaaee at arcctaetv.
: Iksors eea at 8X;
acALx onkji iiuaTi aaa eii in utfai-ua. a
Third Taaf saUliilaral OsIHij.Mc.
IS tta I e'ekct aat rraa atuia
XHJ. at karne essisBlastla oaa iaaTtka ksnli
Ttrm; rr nUim ctnt.
tTtttmmwwi caa han VvfeaWianT
uaceat wkaak ms Bister .
; n-vtr aaXsarka tar tkia
alrUamnaBl. W la.
ITJ" AU wgck Eoarsatsot at hwaeri
Apples, Potatoes and Onions.
-rs atsu. eacan A sale.;
I O ktoeaoxtrwutoeaf
JsM racerret ast fa east fear kr
rtilCMOT & caAWvrazi
r. cxxctiixxi-i. tt. TXatK..Kwicrir6iTr.
t--CarnlUors, Yorscrfe White,
I A TTOBJfiraAT LAW, KeEptta, TeEXMtee ooee
AO. la BlfUit't BctKint. JiK-iT
jwwi a i aa auxBar, bbs 7a ear af January.
BBtUMseUewtea rm TllfllMBtfV ZZ:
Of. e stosit reen. f, ih. t kftaeWtk);
BOaVasaaaekieaaaaSBfwa, ana) BjaaaT. a amas
aa atwallt swjr,fkath f wkaa aretaat SBjawn,
BOLUr. s wmu aaed O, (s seat cask asa haea set.
vloiaaaa lo taelr aaaU. .
a 1 t J a."A-
TeAivs or TEarscssuE.
LAwTBMsad atkevs witmsc Mates ( a Ast r
b IM lesMstsr caa Bv tkem at leaaasi'
srwM kr castsag a usSimlsi il at tb Aspesl
"de&-H rxANCt If. VAOt.
WB ar setkorlssS u nanisii JOUK HHX a a
eseSiseM nw easels' t tk 1U OirU DkbM.
m a Bac ei a r jsiew . risisi.
TTTX ar. Mtkeruie-I la iummj w. B.
VV DtiSl Sse MlaM m Ike I Ilk Civil Dutra
is tk. pier or a r MCK..1. rea.l
-Ttrriee i"i n. sbm ieum r anMf.
i ims m tke mew A. Wetwet w, sseeued,
wwrstedk as kytkeuil) aslilltetirwa,
state of Tsesssm. t ike tiinsilii trra, leat,- All
mt- a kftviBS tlms BSSiset MMt atl se. ijhrie
l smsM the hsu wisani sk law KwuskU Ifilsw,
U User will s ksrv, ad aM ssrasos laasMett
uuaeeisJsedwoMtsvMlae iiSBj Sk
in. wiutoet 4ht. 3, A. Auant.
JUt reclTMl a4 aa Sue a,OW SM4 Crsses mm
stes. Also, s i.kK of Lsasker, uiutl, nwkasntise;
perp-se. as a .neral in iubibi ef Pies aei ttirk.
wklck I wa! sell at rceaoss srici Swcaa. AUssnnt
Hafkaes but Bank laaaa te rermest.
atr-lm at. X tXaOSntAX.
CITa' ULKCTIeWt SALE OF DOXDS.
T RBBSBT nv boUm asm au lila win k t.14
X roaaPAT, ta ink im , a -tiek tk cnu
Mski ar raeesUS te vote, Per OM ssks ef
Kellroal BBBC," or, "Asstnal tk sat at Balu-aaal
anatk.M la tk Mimubibm aad Tiaaissn Kiltroa.
uwsat kr Hw soj f jlesnpei. thev-tewtUk takea
it u. rasslar st t vstas anaak
sea ss a. ff. mi
CHAHTaKS K. STKOTFIElt
A TTOXXXT-XT-LAW sl CirfWtor at Ctaiaw, M
XI. aia,Tm. OSk i Bas kstlWias. SaaaraMr
XKIL M9US8, MbOviBIS, 0HI9.
A Ciiu fnm tke mkwi luMni,
HMLSTEIS' PAIUSO, TJSQ,
IN8UEAH OE COMPANY,
Or HARTFORD, COWMKCT1CDT.
rpaa Mtowias oar tram a wtl-kaawa
af tkia atakt, vclaaaaa ta (vor at 0a Faaix.
i t tra, oae Be taetr
imaa sssensar a. n
ssma iaakawas the
urarBAifca ttaaTsvusT. t
aaa sreasrta ia ths JsaBawaHtaastaa
fUaWkrHd; ret the
has rasa a
k WSIaZaS, Agettta,
WBLL IBL8GTB8 ASjeRTJiaYT
3H.US.1AT cr.tiTu ji.isqvfis,
BKDOUtlfS ARTS ARABS;
IBiLVSR AN! PKICOT
SILK AMD SOLD TKI3IMINGS,
SIUC AXD SOLD COED DXXSS TRIM
F. W. ROrSTtTR & CO.
Cstaasr Court aad Mats street
H AVISO dvea sacarltr, aa raoaan Bylaw, a the
reroaat tt Mrs. Com, 1 kav takaa al smara W
aeaaaiatTatatkie ae tke couta or j. i cw, daooaao.
Aoy persaa kavtaat aay claieia asaieat tka aalala will
l-raaeat tceem, nir B.BvMtcataa By law, oo tae
owibc tka oata WiD Bask laasti H.l. pajewm t
wat. j. akrrrn,
oet-laa At tk t'.ra at J. E Verrtaaaa A Ca.
TT. D. II 2 A II II ,
i aa of
sr. a. a. win
. Baant. (axasqr tt Iflmta I) I sreatskMaa a
TXT miw nr BatBttTT a rau xum
i r BmasmsaTtasa
mt.r AJf HSAYY
SPRUNG AMD 1AK7B
C U TL ER.Y
DeasMe al Srhca rieei
a- n kt
sT aWf ftnTanaiuBaaBaTeaVeMot 9
a she jtaskasu of
FIEE, PEOOP ;SA?ES;
UAIIiUyAD AZfD PIaA.TFOrHI
OVcGILiIa BUGS, it CO.,
wS 13 and 14 Front row.
8H ami e Sk nn biiIH. Ska caaaak m awter,
aknss nBtlii, aaataaa h a BSBSatasal siaiiaai
farlt ka Bar palnaa.
CoLuataas, tK, XeveaskaaV nm.
lsaatsas isaae a She aasve rflafaaze aaaaswey a
raasBakle law, kv
(Otaeto Vasaraa-k Bantt, Main atr-at. ajiaajkls.Taes J
Sax B. wan whBtao the aM Beatasesaf J.T. sawe,
. taXwtBlislli ii th Oanowaa saiaaai a Waol
Ti issmsi. as ins Arsis 1 1 was reora xiniiai!.
aa lasan. aa. aaao. to oSkaa aa otkor Salaoii oa
at lliil. atoae. aeko maki
eaaiBBtlheaaafs tar aWsb
FEAHCISCO & CO
A. J. rxAxeuco.
FEANCISC0 Sc. CO.,
F TT R S 9
S 0 . 2S0 3IAIJJ- STKEIiT.
FILL AXD W1STER STYLUS.
TTX ev ow a akato aa i .al.Ba. ajl U
aal ii Win akraoa af Bota aa Oaso. a
T.aillaa' Fuhct DroM Pars.
"ve to hw no, lavsMaeat kaal ilk III lata. J
taSW rara raw br-aaM to tk. ally.
FRASTCISCO 41 CO.-M-b
Maanfaetrnxcrs and Deslrs
In aM the hvteet Fereiga aad Aaerieas stylee ef
Ml 111 I 111 !
Arc wtr Ih icflip4 f (asMfc
u. Ha L
BHADY & SPKOULE,
SPKOULE & McCO.V,
ST. LOUIS M
SPROOI.E ti HAADIiTIIaliE.
K. SPROULH & CO..
HWW OHh&AWt, LAt
I'MaUI.H & CflAI'ATOX,
RPIlOUIaE & BrVSTT,
AB to ewh see SBBaataturt hy she htewTkss.Br
aiaa saatj Bar aaa saM ealy orfla. akavn
aval oeraatvoa a the area iliisaajii a haa aaa
arssxn sail sis, weaieaeesera a Swr toaaaaaa
to Baa whs sSsia topsrain
FALL AND WINTER
Z B ix. Ii XI XI IM
GENTS'. BOYS' & CHILDREN'S
AXD ALL KINDS OF
WHLSwALE AND RETAIL.
SI.'J ITXaln Street,
(OPPQSITK COURT SQOJJtE,)
FALL m WliVTBR CLOTfllSG,
Iums seer kaa. asanc weah will k hmtl xKtke
Ha a atrto xa takrk-a.
aoseshxta I kava a ai aoaw aflat aws saoaa
Great Inducements In rrlcfs.
I rsasrtfersj aotfcit aa uaaxtsaUaa ot tor saxk, aat
BSlUfJaxtf th or lee, keSxr BaxrehaBlaat aSaowher.
I avoa va bsoubso, maa foaaaoaea ar-
r. 3. ooda! orSors telaa tor SCIT3. aaaae to
Fort Ficuerins, year XemphU,
Oae male soath ffea Coart Saatn.
-yrst aa a totss wit ravir naaa asm i
raaox sm, ataia asn alfiraaa, r a bmms
Aasss sa, of the kaa kaa, ar akstaas.
rear trsa A Ursa tot at dwarf aa ataavtoraaaar
Ala. Ckaiax. Waaa. Aartoaa, h'ertarkae aot.
A ajlaoti aassrtarat at Mas aa kiaSiwaa Beer.
Aajthkat a tka wmwrr Haa ahar kaial.
Plaiaaaaifarli'ff axwae aa SitailiiSto aav aart
af tka cur tro ot aarsa. wnssxa
aim Bhliaak tk
jat lakmrit kavkat keea ta r.aii kstt toes Ssa
ar ha aeaaS tort air ta tk sewest nnwt, Js antral,
DahUB. tlltrsBSki. Tstls. etc. ea. Also tn itast
Tree a tke roaiiaol aaa. ; aU af wkleh k wia sBM
tka towe.tpwwior oaa.
Trnstec's iVoticc of Sale.
T virUMar x W4 af IraK isato aaa essrett a axe.
a tho xss ear arjiovsnstr, less, ay t atr sas
R. tl. m tk atetaVMt w. a. laaatoy. for
tka kaaa a NUa Tl mm. la aacajr kaa a tke ear-
awot or i -iu,a JATtraBAT. tkeisra DAT or
BBCSMBBB, ISC a th faa of teal ek-aM, ktasshls.
,, awer saa saaa, aasttarr via aa aav aucaiaetT,
far euh a haa at nehtte oetcrr, to tj aM ra-
SttattBtaMarisnatk tenasf sakt mat dees.
willii a ixHavat.
Soutii Caioliryi; Honey,
-tTTTU. Btt TAKIX AT PAS. tor ur !. 1st t
VV ttr. TAT103. Ss. lleXWBJf.
noif-aawm AaaTab'- -Hlxasim.
Batawtnaweatoaaaantiiiais. i ill ibS into, aak:
Bvem saw root i ii ihxus, wta i III ialtl to
wast a Ska xes M aaaaatoimtas, w seat laistvie
Waa hi i as toi kaa laili aaaaakahoaaaa aey
aaorawkat; aa w. yurhatorH hrvkto Bkaae a sar
aBaaBaaaaaflVasi Suaal Sal 4aaBBetTa onV6Bs'BTruBluBBaafta, ysataVlBBaBaBl saw"
ataxia, to toot a tvah ef Hi liinlikna a
. Ml t i -1 ir ii t aihiTssiit
HlBBis asllsa la ast aaa soaaa. nil laBes
ruwa ts th laaaxu whnklac tirlia aaaa toar
K win k ssarieiatitoi aa nautili ussa. 'wV
aasav nes ha ska keH wis tmse
r Its sank th lul sais ta aa wSB iseeevs
Wlltlj ISM SOJLJJ.
A. U (T a? I O K a
SPvtnrday, Decemljer 15,
teif THTIPRIW IS IIS, T.H.VT VAIalf
Slluaifil on FopUn' lvet,JHti f
mt oTjarACt atietter.
rrkBJC wa ae ast Baaa nWlit a ke aaaas of
i. bbM Bkeaaaaat man, aaa I. aow a , atasssa
inanaa bsBbi. Thata ftwoaa loBtaf awaol, BMH toot
aa il i n II aat ktM aa a aa aa. Bkaralsoa
BBSIRASZ.S Oil rilUCTirM
I I than Bala, aata Oa. waor to kaa to aad, U
wsss, i laiiiMia StosiBBi.sie oaaMtolTe
Slonsflrmt, Dapree St, Ce.,
Ma. saavaa awm.
2 5 AOBES
SHELBY mmiY LAM
BBKVG A. PART
rawaTaTMIa9UI J ffWL 1 U wPanraaaaa
tw mum msr wma avf.
X a two a
I at daa atty, aat t will aa saM
SkaaatakalatosSka. i ismswmaktoalxwakaa.
T) T Ttriae af ceo a traat.
Wax. T. (a, Maiiaa, oo
B.AT, these Bay a JeBBiii. Bsji.srtw
tka atoae af M iiiiial. Psaa k. Bo.. Mo. satXi
asaaa. Vaoaaklo. LoMBtaaaaaaa en Skaaaaaof Sk.
ar a aae a ax Qaavaav a
a. S Bti I aata.
PlaaiatioB and Xtgrces,
w aa aoLB ca xxtmabbsbs voa vMurirta
otrr Aant auncitaAB ratxnar
rpaa tract is soalnMy lawi Ml. very Bra-ectivo,
X ama stiia lisa ia aif, aaeaaaaasa
gg YTc tvll! cenmaaee oht
AeMtion Sales af Steal Bstnte la a
ae Xliaaaaaii tnurawa m uo.
Haywood Ooty Laad
- n- AtBtaa a Mai (War rrasv, Bj.iBub axtta
UxJ xi sMBw hioaailvaa ;
taaf. Bona a
xifixrs .a BBtay, trraa a oo.
TTiMCaTBaK altes roi Mrexska. aae
I'a nasaaalllariiw eaa. aix rxiaa si
aa tea! a la SoaxorvUle rdohrtw) BBS
gas BarolUa Baaa. a milaiia asa. at
AaraatfcsraalBst $w v aeracaah
FtmS Tisaets, Case., CBfa, ate
ABATS AIBIAMU-Blach aaSTr etoik.
" TICTBt' rrLOuLXS-aooarSa.
BLACC MIX TBt.YBB AaxTtoS waasks.
Be saaM wry Basatar.
V-OOC TAtaf rxy, hres, whia aaf toaay.
afcU-ITlA Mae BkkSk, Saw oa aaa.
mas. ooavoRxa, mujv.
GA2rsri Saakr aaw Boar.
MBaSBfrJ Beatisaf. Base, ess.
irrsTK sowe, XAatnBUt, rfostla. aat.
Jsat ireslvet aad atttBacaaatov.
TATXiBft fc MeSrW SK,
Xaa street, sear Wotakaa B.ai-.
trxLi. ufrsAVED ex. tor
asgaiy. aaitiiissi. eatataiax too MvfcW.
39C aaeea weB atoxre. wta aa gaaiia. Xrvr JBS
qeartata. ca, a hi. etc. wwa ne stoe I w:.b .. ,
I ntl I nil t tin faiaaia in Un iiani I V 1
states, and rylkts a tka Bhace. taatt r
boaett a Iktv aicn anrtbfabxat the aaara tioce.
yaaaa ea Bar aula, saaa tka rivxr, vt Joakw baoo
TbOattrBtioa of tkw. aoaoranc LJn eottw a si
la,aaBaraiawtaosxraa. apcit wi
I - . -jjjfn! w. MMtmn.
Th rtsbtaf raaaBBSta lowatao
asaiae into io iiikxni a ho aw
TaayeswsaaaweaaaaaiosBearae. axtt aasaj
i att awaritaaatA'T, wrf ct.
ry hTefcsrawakaraila of iawr no awl hBBss
Mil salakuilin si H'm a ikia we all Ihe atka
aa a Uaa wiaktoe aa Ber.
ifrsovED ex. tor ax,,., i
1. aaxklT. Xatataalaaw. eatafailac 430 aaLnK n i:tUlSIT n ' la a
V ' La...
AattfoHeis tad rMBsfair. HfTch3lt
IM KM. atrre. Mkpcstte ( lay
rttOMPT ATTaUsTKMt 1A1D TO AL
REAL ESTATE. NEGROES.
HI CaTT OR COCS IKY.
ligitt Ir SttlM,
V9f MBCXtYMB mmAim mt ?wr mm W
.Mm AP Willi
BY A. . rjprv A CO
T-XTI wtll aan. a aa loaax. at
Tw oataisw. a Bkaaiaa, aa
Claar. laaBtate. ota. ehv
ATA tk n ha missy le
Asawry ao4 aarsa abase
tokJr. IM c seaawaoa. tetoof Ashaaa ahrat..--hx
im iia ana, I aairtonr aat i ksstreliv ma-
mr .aefaaaora to axr rraoaSa and Boa aaMet
a. x. pafai
Mrmphu. Dec stser 1, ISM.
v. J rxXBtrrOat. .....J. 0
Carster tawet aaat ayexertaw tela..
Ajot&tmy sf Practical Arts
BBatrvnsBiitre haitMJh aau. asssher wiik a an..
mt f rarmra aa Aaasaw Sakla.s, BBelolla Btatkew-. -
vaseae aBSanaair- ;.n
taha aaaa. bv est
s aswaatly aassao ...
I a aajraoae r aVsvas onto, tasmi likaal.
asaiaaa waklkT sevvoy OTreenysad pnaxyt:. at
aahaSa evr-tw W. CAkSOll, SBBot aaaiaiu
ar to a laaaa h. staa as, rvia.tw an.:
Ckany Trass Oalaabs SvaBowiaaa. fliwii .trie..
susaiua. oa. ua aal a roea-tra ay
a. a. cbabs.
TBTB wis oai. AT raa, setae oath Boati -r
TT Baatk Caoallex, Ua II to. toiaaa Bfaatt Car-
niiw !wimm smrtiiwaaia. axatcB a .
j niijit. aau. feW(Mt
T. W. Wails. V a
Tat thaa i
i Juatac a tk Iwaa. oa tk ha aar a Bet.iuli.i,
sax, aaat at ast wa arvia r awn I Bss it, sstu
II III W. sr. mn a4 C. Bllksia la xaawor tke
shxatar sal's s tow, kr th saonsj a ahaibr
enewiy. TBaiofu,, Max krB wlsirt ky BVadork
tkai lalhalaan koaaaaoa tka aiankli liatl.at .
towewveta. raaatrlaa tka ita'snaal, T. ST. UEaiia. t ,
aapev a tko oex: t.w of aoM Cleaatl rajaa I, to b iei.1
Mlkacartaseao laBatoktk. a ska tkat klml r
Jaaaty next, thea sa4 there, wiuaka aa Beat .
-T a saU leva oraod. aaawer a aahat tko aci n
asa amanaeci; otkerw.io tke ana will r . . i
T OBT a atofca froat mi itsatsw Taae ast Toxne.
ju aeo -wool., a aafk ! , Bibia ax. a t.-i.
aa. oia m cUoca (roaot waita) fXSUI fBJt D al,
ha ahaoo tewart wis ke saM tor sis ejkuaeyu wa.
ST r ta tow, a antra. ay-iw
CHRISTMAS IS CtMMG
J aJaTxrh Bltsafl B to BXJ asa st-cka
S33, MATff STBEE.
paoefa isBs a a av ai. a
Xf -Wm" wis asa aothi
Saiiam a ka aTMsaaa
Mr. 7a. MMMXSt
T the aal assxat inlaw wko paats Tkrlraaa ta OH at
laneataas. Tea aawito a r-AisviXw tamaxtr
toaaBd avat kxw aaat vassaaCo.N.aslmaha1cetJ
-rjxrtmm miuiw nlmait Brow
AX kaWahtoiasajll s a. aawaa i
kaa BWST rTAUAsT WtKMi
lateiaa a atoaaaaaa.
Biaiaa taeaa. aa ka m I lliaitts
a wixaavaaa an "iinw aruaai
Use a kaxBaa, laxiaataBSkkkah
PaKT t'auBly, Mm
lavintoihwMii aB tlaaaa to
kia fniea mt kaa tand.
Ihe Chief Ammf
-nBJtB-n.rKaaa'3 vixro xitxact o,- BABf irv-
XJ :LLA Afo BAXliBUUM (a Vara.J va-taotx
Bi tsoislBUJaoa al tko ka ae all nwailva .ants,
a rei ml BwUaix thVaaveBBaa tke Jata. r-.-saxe
Bkeaanaaaa.arBatoaal Iks thin. Boa. Bati TS
trr. lad aaufha ar Bst isato KaraoaM r B., i law.
aVxark artktlille mr Btaixetul Diarxsa, cj. atau
ia aa atkai. i is anon, for an aussaaas .-Idas
a Sissiisteanwattoaa the lUaoatHe avsana, mm
lata a tk bl.se, a tk tajwltctoo. a
twJBBlkaii ere rtbe it a prefarenca t an? uttre
3. a aiixs.
a. S r-lar -ircet.
a (tosrtoe 'hi...
QOarK HAICrsnrw sXAxnaxBB ka. etna'n.a
O roaon ttaaaJa oxaarcja aa a uv aexiae r.to-
NORTH SIDE COOBT SQUAEC.
n ATA 144 CO. lThwkM m ri
iaMrasbt ITlVM exr.l lll.ktv
at ts? DOTr mm. V 'I VT fffl
ateaTV Al, CMaUV. !! tlTi H 1S eTUlita.
Mnval tm iihi ttciic t can.
rR THK r -. AL Al l-USK !. t
Aai-t;." - rrxxr txacsiPTi"'.
4FFmIsM IfvfetTAXT HE LIE Ft
rt art t.mmstiT ti
1 pirl t'f iranayar-- .' r
rf a. a-evl J iiat- 11-1 I -b..l
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Braext 'V.il riaav-Sh,
i03-u BeaJ strestj heatyli., Ta o
aaa sas aal aat.t.
O ntJ!mSSShmm tor
Sanson aaaaaaaatas. wo kaaaSaasBapsaawxfBiB, a I r
aBjaraai-w.avawfMa.st Ittt .shm .
akaOaoov, nseyatfhaBaaSa ' ttaatky.
VaMaa Caajrlfusn aBawVaaV SHHi Mamr VaCo
a atara, aaSSar rnhtg
en asa. lsatgtfsta.
kav Baftoo Sxat oa e..
a taatttr wen aw
asx a fckaBjhas, to aaxU, aawaaaaa lay aa erawai
aoaskasa. aed a asan tko eaaat thai m ae ....
aaaoaaarae aat.r ; jva caa lhaaaBiia alfaant aa rt-..
ir oaa see avoaer, m she ease wWtoseBiwitb,
BXsaH C. A. MatXtVAT. t. T -
if at i saaia bsbsBbj sasSa- sal So i ii a'l aa
wast, tat aawaasaVaUeaa. akoona. kaa -
mmmm wmmmuim timiuni,
took iato aaaoaiyisaailpiiit
1000 L" ' aBaaBa Aaa.' ilimh
ror aal at 1 1 IssXt faaha aW aaay Hraw.
AnalwlB JL 6. CaAK,
ses-lw shaaSBka Saaa.
mr iiiHiit, Tie-.
i I'liia saa II iijum
aposaaaw. eaoaa street.
rav-ei tb- nor- JL
Sathxt, reanoj a
a wko kaJhf.Jn. . PJ
ar. by m..xa. ,M Jf IT
Unas ao.ivi ear If ,
ti ti witv r-3
- rfty axaav. 'fl
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