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Imealf rail. a. JaeaM ae. Ml.rl la- Is Krl- ,.,h f ffijf mrulj. its ika 1 II atina i.keel ed Vtsnaa'i Trlinph. 'fur lha Itendiila lu Lava Ilia tmra ef ilivir (hmumii turn a ay tVum litem ljp a alien IT l oflicar, lu lx Im-kenl up in ajury bul, (raving Ilia Labia ai liofiia lo riiieiieo a atals) tif luniina, Ilia kliirla lu go builonlaaa ami iba dinner uiibaaexl. KviJettt Ij no Itilar mean could ba Jovial fur JrMiiulalin2 lbl lorrilurj. Kery marriad man will gatlu-r to j,'i'llirr kit lituiaa liubl gotta anj flaa it lila tilt-iu. Ereii unmar ried laii will bao lu run from it upaa-lika brtaili a luea wliara llieir ac9 r" " I (curcri'il br rffrf in- lo llio ruling ru'uier, w ill n du fur (lit ruMH'Utiun of ibr liiiabaiitl liuntiiitf biuincM. T li c iuiulali)ii of Mjr ArLitneft. mud ilrgrnrrata into a .-iiiiiwaiiion of Dark and builirlura. It will It liTldcdly a gnod pluro fur iliu luilor, particularly tftliry liieiifl lu be :oih lMikiiiij( or iiili-reiina, for anj rnnriniiy -nn thi'ii bo committed wiilioul fear of inmialiiiiciit. A graceful coinpliiuriit, a waDed klaa, r meaning wink lo a Indjr in the jury boi will nuturo ealelr, though Ilia bravana aliould (all beneath the r eight of damning eridroieo. What a prardito for dumoraliawl editor and womoul CongrciiBiiirn it will be. We regret, however, tlinl the Convention hua iiiailu ono otninaion in llio awarded "righta." We would not bare tbo laurvl crown of wo man 'a triumph robbed of n aingle loaf, and indignantly demand why the right to "!cnr (not bare) nrma" wa not accorded. Her aervit ea for nturiet in the infantry line bun proved her entirrly lilted for the privilege of defending her home and flreaide. We trual tint omiaaion mar apecdily bo remedied. -V. O. Timet. The late Judge Story, a mnn who, at a jurist, was rcapm-tcd at home nnd abroad, and whose doi-Uiona were rcferrod to with reaped by aomcoftlie moat nolo lawyers in Kngland, amongst whom wore Hrongliam and Deninun, aayt, in concluding his Conimeutnrriee on the American Const ituti .n, "Let iho American youth never forgot that thcr possess a noblo inhoriluncO, bought by the toils, and Buffering, and blood of their ancestor, nnd cupublo, if wisely improved, (not oulrnged, mark you,) nnd faithfully guarded, of transmitting to the latest posterity all llio .suuMtnniiai : blessings of hie, the pcacctul enjoy mcnta ol libcrtv. nronortv. religion ' and independence. Its defences are ' imprcgnablo from without. It mny nevertheless perish in an hour, by ' the folly, or corruption, or negli gence, ot its only keepers tho poo pie. Ucpubljcs aro created by tho virtue, public spirit ana intelligence of the citizens. They full when the wise aro banished from the public councils, becnufo they dnro to bo - honest, nnd tho profligate are re warded, because they flatter the people in order to betray them Let "thoso who run read lot the ' people of America reflect on these ' words from a man who loved his ' country, nnd who understood the Constitution well. It requirs no front amount of penetration to predict what will be our fate, if matters go on ns they aro doing, for it is patent to every one who has eyes, and tho smallest scintillation ot judgment, that it is ' id the very state described in the last lines of the quotation, rich ' though it be in all the natural ro- ' sources of wealth. In one part" or another it embraces almost every 'kind of climate on the globe, from burning torrid, to the frigid eono." On its soil can be raised nearly all the products of any conntry. The extent of and riches of its mines, from the "gold of Ophir" down to "The flowing liquid oil, Whisk Itom the earth doth like a cauldron u.'.- boil," . . : 'r , are beyond computation; and yet, notwithstanding this, at tho present moment it is in tho most lamentable ' alate in which any country has over bean placed. When will the good time promised truly come ? JV. O. . Timet. : ,, CollVIBSATION WITH UlNERAL Gkant. I touud Mr. Grant in the Patent Office cxamening some Pa tent cigar-holders. "Good morning, Mr. Grant." . "Good morning, Mr. Head." "Be you in the wurofBeo now?" "No: I'm in the Patent Office HOW ; smoke?" 'Yes. please cive us a liirht; bo r oa going to ran for the Presidency, Mr. UrantT .. . ': "I alew seventy thousand men in the battle of the' Wilderness, Mr. Jlead." "Yes I which aide were tho slewed moo fighting on, Mr. Grant?" i Here he sat down, so m to smoke easier., Tbat'a all he said. Said I again, "Mr. Grant, folks don't know where you stand; do you?" Ho bit off the end of the cigar and replied : ,i "What hoaa did yen bet on at the racetbeoUierday? Said I, lookin at him, "Not the hose you're trying lo ride, old lei;" and "thereby hang a tale 1" He lit another abcroot, and leaya."AIr. Grant, we're enflering terribly down South, couldn't yon ad aonie other woman send us down aome tract?" I will apeek to Mr. Stanton, and if be hasn't anything fur me to do in the office thia after noon I'll get noma cigcre and take yoaoattu ride." I waa eatiafied by the above conversation that Gen eral Grant waa a great man; I nev er tain" a man grate more on my feelings than ho did; be ia a man moreeoalified as a man than Anna Dickinaon ever wa. JVVtr Orleani Commercial. It la reported that the United State made pro peals to the Tark tah government to build a port at Maneoritaa, as a Mation for Ihe United States Kavy. but the Subline Port deoline-J making the necre .rry Oflie?si9T:V Ml . UU.lKUK.af tVsar. ItlllUlIli HlkK-l ikUaaaji. IUUIi.To iH'.tltT.r tiaiittiaa. U U. KVAXrW lUntMa. J. W,TllnH k Wur.TON. .f Cilia. J A l II. hT.WIlt, af NaCf.Jara.ra, It. a. (ioi'iti, .f INXIIW UOOK0, TW Ikllw M.f aro a HI to a mW a I W Hoialo iaw. l Ik mm i rMM Lit- k avf r-i u, if , i HKI.luial'a. - . r .m.i rr T VI . II.m. Hi m.ci iku k. II Ut aM I'aia-aM il M- Mtff 1111 IM Ik Mf Ml ill uMlia aUlk w Ikl. aaik. IMmv ax. I.l ) II UmI. A M ,ai4 4I MMi im) i4i MMMrtvalk fuaiik kiUaik iaukk Mik lUfWiH, Stfiia' Taatrui at ma Citii Ji aia mi-Tioi nr Jitih mt vita I'kira a I'bI'KTV Cniai. W kat JuM itnltKl a faaeaairanf iki aa. talualila work. foraalr. I'il. $10 iiwU, Ik anik l kauilauairljr cHrM f, auLdaniiall beiiail, anl la Hiil la try lespwl,' In aajr law txwk wa kara aa. TboM wUklaf a eaf jr boiilj rail rarlv ai I ha II Kit. I Ll OKH(; liallaa, Tnaa. taVA frw raplra if Tajrlar'a (Tn) Monitor, furaalt al Ikla offir, prlra $1 61 oPlllapk Jiiaiiraa' riiatlnna, Kt. lloiia. and oilier I'euni- and liiairirl ('nun klanka kpl alwara nn kand al Ihlf alRra, fur aala al (I tVi rra per qiiirr; alaa lllank Imla. a nrw ami liamliuima rorm, en larfa In .p'. w Ilk blank arkaowl nlramrnia, for CUik or Noiarira, and wiikClatk'a cvrtinaia f Krennl, al $'J pr intra. iWUrr lilanka and J"h work nf all kimla prininl nrailjr en aliurl noilcr and r cheap. t9 I.ArjiVKTrK livTLaa, ai I'i.ko, Col lin rannlr, Tnaa, ta an autlioritrd aganl for Ida lltrald. Mmm. Wiunt Pavihi u and J. T. StHT, ara Afnla for ilia llrrald. In Kaufman, and iluljr aiiilioriicj lo recaipl for monrjri due tlili ofTica. frV Tarlira wlililng lo purcliaar land In Ilia 6ll, or properly in nr nrar Austin, er who wiab toareura (lie arrticta of a prompt bmlnnn aftanl will call nn. or eorrrapond with X. C. rtnymnn.l & Co., Itcal Ealalr Agrnla, Auatin, Tnna. 21:1m. t6T tVe are plraped In Irani that Col. It. S. Momf, of tin City Hoirl, New Orlcana, takinK into conaidrrnlion Ilia hardntas of 'lie tiaifa, and the grant acarectj of nionrj haa raduecd Ilia rale of clinrgra in li is hotel lof.ljerJny. 23:2m. DALLAS IY01'JtJr, Meeia ererr Tliurtda; etrnins; nt lha Mn onio Hall. Ike attendance of ladiee is respectfully requested. rMr. E. IV ester rrrjucsia us to notify his friends and cue omers, ibnt he la now receiving, per Trinity River, his new slock of goods. He has not had lime lo make up bis new advertisement, yet. Call and see. The LADiKa' Uuildixo Comxittes or Lancaster, Will give a FAIR and SUP PER, on Ibe evening of the 18th of March, for tho purpose of ruining means lo aid in the construction of a Presbytcrion Church House, and earnestly solicit the liberal patronage of all who mny feel an interest in such matters. We-are also requested to state that on tho same evening Mr. Dick Lloyd, the armless man, who Inst his arms in the Confederate service, will make a Balloon Ascension, the proceeds of which will be devoted to Ihe same purpose. 6Sy Ben. Long has been appointed Clerk of the District Court of Dallas County, vice E. B. Spillman, resigned. BSC Judge Z. Ellis Coombes, Attorney at Law, has removed his office lo tho front room, over Pryor & Hill's Drug Store, S. E. eornar of the Publ e 8nuare. We should have made the announcement two weeks ago, but it escaped our memory. Our friend will excuse our neglect. tSeT Don't our lawyers, merchants, and other business men, want letter headings neatly printed? We have dont something in this way, and are prepared to do work ia Ihe neatest style of the "Black Art." Bpeoimena can be seen at the Herald office, tST Every Clerk of lha County Courla Clerk of the Diatrict Courts, Juatice of the Peace, Constable, Sheriff, or other officers, should have printed Ulanka. We keep al ways on hand at all times, all lha ordinary blanks generally used, and ean print at abort noiiee, any kiud desired. Mailed, free ef postage, lo any part of the country at 91,60 (specie) per -juire. Tin Natioxal IxTELiioexcia. All per sona wishing lo aubaoribe lo lha above pa per, the organ of Hie administration, and one of Ihe moat reliable, forcible and bold est papers pnb iahed ia Ibe conntry, ean do ao al the Herald office. Terms, for the Weakly $3 per annum ; Trl-Weekly, $0 per aaaum in advance, 17. S. currency. To ma FAaacas. Wa art desirous ef getting all the information we can, as lo Ihe neeessitiea of thia aection, in Ihe way of seed wheat, barley, eats and rye. The object is to ascertain what new aeeda are needed, what new speeiea have been tried, and will succeed, and any other informa tion aa to iba degeneration, if any, of the eecd now need. If onr farmera will give na their views en thee matter, from acta al observation and eiperienee, wa will bn thankful for it, and sasy ba enabled to bea elt Ihe productiveness of onr f retries. gtayThia week wa kave had a apecieam f iaaadaihm, wkick might aerre lo illna irale eemparalively. Ibe kerrore, yet graa tear, ef tu -overflow of the Miesieeippi, Qangee er Awiaaen. It la Ira thra was aol ta ba aeea fcage npoa log, Bar cattle ia beoaea, loatiag aa iba brraet af Ihe water aa I frequeatly ibe eaae in Ihe overflows af be Miaairsippi; wa panthera, l-prds aad birds cronebiag peacefully ia tke tops af Ireea, a or liaas, tigers aad mea aitting friendily npoa a raft, ae tbey Bra borne aatward by tka aaercilesa flow af tke deluga, tbeir savage pasaiea aad Bataral anmiiy awed intekaraioay by tke terrible graadeor af atare's might, aa is aftea ta be area ia ike iaaadatioaa af the Ganges. Ike rivir bars ba baea twa milea vide, utiriii from lea la Cfieea frel lie bread plate riweaihi p'aee aad Ike bHla weal. It had Basic af lk miBra af igkty waters. Tke aaawBtJtrBctioa te-mrTty haa ae bee attanrtwiae'l. lag, and aaiiry ike ankle aad sublime ensnmiuaiaa Ikal fraajsud beaitliful wor akkk ike urime I'mirt delivered in ! deeioivn ia ikeeae ef ei pan l ilia," f (Vafiikl.a Ik I'wlrd .Wn it fri tmltti aad f?!, eywl'j M mr aad la fr, mj rwrrt wilt Ik ikuU its flmlr I i all fUm J mm al til fiawe aad win til tmmtlmri ; " aad iadiieel appaaiiioa la, aad ruiaaua liiaiegard ef, ika eoasiliu ia a kirk save, -Na new iai taa t fwrawtl by the juaeiioa af la or mure eiiatra wiikeul lb anatnl of ike legislalur cabcvieet,' it la naiualy puaiitle bul pla fully prubakleCaagreea will divide ike hi a ilkwil ibe raaaml at lbs fiU. ll kaa bran fairly dermlaed and aenled Iba Caagreaaeaa divide a Plata wilblkeaua aenl af a IfitUtuf Ikmfk wkuk tkpiU ipnk. UaaMckuHln willingly perm li led ika Dial af Maine being farmed ul of ker teriilmy la areare le Ike fie eoilers a bal anee ia I'engreea against lha $ouib. which at Ikal lime waa obtaining loerraea al pawer by Ibe adnilaaioa of Arkanaaa. The eaae of Irglma eannol legliimtUly eitad, aa snoiker aaampla, far Ika legisla lure nbiek oooeealed did not represent ibe people af Iba Stale at largo. Yet, even should Congrees an' mil Its action fur ap proval lo Iba exiailng Stale government, oi that burlesque upon republican inalituliona and right af repreeealatioa, Ibt motley mob about lo aaaembla ia Auetia, ll eannol be doubled but Ibal these political serfs would cheerfully aad gratefully consent Wbea Teiaa annexed beraelf to iba United Stales, lbs Congrats of the United 8lales, eubmitted a aeriea of resoluilona lo Ibe Itepublie of Teiaa, and wlilon war ap proved by ll, aad among tbosa resolu done waa lha following provision, "New Stateaof convenient sin and not exoeeding four In number in addition lo the aaid Stat of Tnaa, and having sufficient population may hereafter by Iba consent of aaid 8late, be formed out of Ibe territory thereof which ball ba entitled lo admiasion under the Federal Constitution." Here again is Ihe same restriction, iy the foment of Mid Stat: "The liearta of Ihe people apeak the com tnand of Heaven" ia an old yet beautifully true proverb of the Chinese; and no one could deny lha right of the people to do that which ia for their interest, for the people Is Ibe real origin of all power and tbeir advantage and interest are the grand and cardinal rulea fur deciding in all mat ters of Slate. For some time a few of the most preml nent men of lha Stale have contemplated ike expediency of such action, thoir object being lo mnke auoh division aa would pro (luce in each harmony in viewa and ideuli ty in interests. But how different Ibe de signs of the Radical party. Already they perceive that there is not only great dan ger but an almost abtolulo certainly, the next House of Representatives will be Conservative, and in order to check this power it is necesHary to have the Senate a Radical unit. At present they have forty. three Senators out of flfly-tbree. But this ia in sufficient ; they will add to their ranks thirty new Senators, which will givo sev enty-lhree votes out of eighty-three. The ten Southern States, by means of tho re construction process, will furnish twenty which number will be increased ten more by the disseotion of Texae and admission of Colorado. That Toxas will be divided is an ou fail accompli; it ia necessary for Radical au preniaey, and never yet haa their been manifested a regard for oath of office re spect for Ihe constitution or attention to the interests and wishes of the people by that party unless their designs were there by advanced. By means of tbls packed Senate the Radicals expect to control the Government and rule theoountry until 1873. With such a n-ajority, the House will be powerless, to repeal any of their many degrading and destructive aola, and the President, if a Conservative, cannot appoint even bis cab inet, unless the members are acceptable to the Senate. A persou acceptable to Kadi cala and Conservatives alike ia a moral im posibility. To the People of Dallas County. Dallas, Tkxas, Mar oh 13, 1868. The undersigned oitisens of Dallas coun ty, would respectfully and earnestly request the co-operation of all conservatives In the county for the purpose of organising the Conservative Party of thia county, taking under consideration the various momentous questlona of the day, and consulting aa to the policy it behooves ns lo pursue, The meeting will be held in the Iowa of Dallas, on Saturday, 21at inat. Jonn J. Good, T. F. CauTcariELD, J. W. Smith, Nat. M, BueroaD, . T. C. Jokdam, J. Peak, W. W. Peak, Woemlit Caotee. J. M. Baowa, v Jas. P. Thomas. W. K. Masten, t:b. C. Beowdeb, En. W. Hdet, JobeD. Flotd, Jode Howell, jon J. Eakims, Joseph L. Fishes, W. L. McaruT, Nr. H. Peatheb, ,T. G. T. Keedall, Nvai. C. Woirrj Jons P. Hill, v 0. C. Gillespie, J. W. CaowDia, L. M. White, A. W. Rovodos, J. P. Cabbt, Johh T. Bairn, J. C. ItoCCWEB, A. II. IIaebie, W. Basso. 7. U. lEUTCIiriELD, Tnoa. Walkeb, Geo. B. Ubowe, Jab. E. Babelet, Wa. B. Maetie, F. B. Bbtae, T. W. Pabkeb, J. L. Welch, Allee Colli s, A. 0. MTEEa, CaAa. Bbadt, Sae'l. Nesbitt, James Caeeadlt, Johh Laws, W. H. Looeet, Geobob Bebbt, J. M. Beebktt, 0. L. Beebtt, A. Webb, . G. W. Coara, 8. Calawat, M. A. Coats, Bet. Aeedt, W. H. Bembbtt, J awes Coats, - B. t. Boca, C. H. Kirwou, G. R. 8EABB. A. U. Moobb. J. A. Coats, H. He Mrs bet, j. p. i.awbkece, Davib Reedt. E. D. Beeeett, T. P. Coan, W. R, RoBBEBaoa, -. T. B. Fibheb, Vuiira Peak, J as. Sbetp ALB, Walteb Kbott, J U Stpebt, Saw I. S-Retillb, 1. W. Laeb, M. W. I . BWIEBBLLB. lit C. UcCov. )aaTTbe Demecratie Staia Coaveatioa of Miaeiaaippi, adjaarned aa the 20tb alt. af ter adopted Tvolatieas ia eoaaonaae witk Iba Katioaal Democralia paHy, aad eleet ag delegate ta the Katioaal Coaveatioa. Tke delegates at Urge are kleasra. W. 0. Feaikenlca, E. If l'errrr, i; C. Walthall, aad W. F. Mania. JesT It i rrpened (bat tk fapreme Ccwt af this State sitting at Oatvesioa, baa decided the Stay Ut af Beeatiita. tiaaat' . . . . ' ayaae ia sery happy adilarial, upaa iba Sou Orliaaa aad lliweiaa Iteiliua l. Kolk iag sr7id ua mar pleaaiii ikaa la aea Ike dar aid Creacesl t'ny, amuad wkick elua ir aa many goalie and leader reoelleehoao af kah;aa b) goaa dai a eeskeaing frum ker Itip Vaa Wikkleiem laibemigkiy uigeney ef aetiviiy and energy ia Ibis epoch af Kiss New Ortceaa wub a aaiural aiiuatioa uaa qualed by aay city ur-oa Ike globs save l eat4uiiBople lha aaiural receplael fur I -a pioJuce af thirty thousand milts af lellria unpaialleled fur feitility eierpi by iboee af ike Nile; with aa lu'.aad aaviga liuu quadrupl ibat af aay meiiopolie; aiikasoapori which akould ba Iheentr pul fur lb Weal ludlaa. Mtiiraa aod"outb Amerieaa trade, with ibe bealibieet aad ! splendid climate oa the Coif.inenl kas permiued beraelf to be dispoiled of ker honor la ibe rar fur Commercial proeperl ly and be aeelgned lha humbll poaition of a feurlb-raia AmerUaa city. Memphis foiuially tributary lo New (Irleans, now controls must, if aol all Ihe buainesa as ,iw dowa the river aa Vicksburg, and com petes sueoeesfuliy for a large portion of that along ihe great Northern, and Mobile and Ohio Roade. Tbia la some anient may be aceouated for by iba Impetus which the war gave lo Memphis trade, but mora ao by Iba mistaken policy of Iba capitalist of New Orleana who previous lo lha war iuaiead of promoting Iba permanent proa, parity of Ihe Slate aad advanoing Iba In disputable Interval of lb city by eneour log and giving aid to lha building of rail- roads, prefered lo loan their money lo planteis lo purchase negroes and lands. Il is rery true they added lo the wealth of ihe Stat by ihelr production, yet during all Ike years of peaoe, il was invariably Ihe complaint, "Tho rivers are low, crops aro not coming in," and consequently a temporary airingency of Ihe money mar ket. The neoeeaity for roads then were equally aa great aa at pr sent. For more than two thirds of lha year all North-Wea-tarn Louisiana and North Eastern Texaa are excluded from New Orleans, for want of navigation. Is it possible Ihe mer chants of ihe latter city cannot perceive it ia their interest lo have the Vicksburg and Texas road built as rapidly aad extended aa far aa possible? If they do, why do they uot use the great and mighty InBuenca of their capital and Intelligence lo have that road completed? It is questionable wheth er the completion of tba New Orleans and Houston Road, beyond Ihe increase of trade occasianed by the increase of population along its route, will add much to the busi ness of either placo for some time; already the communication between these points is rapid, easy, short and aafo. However, tho ulterior object, the attracting and controll ing Ihe Mexican and much of the Califor nia trade, ia a great consideration; though the nearer seaports will naturally become the recipients of large share The direction of that trade which is to regain for New Orleana the splendid posi tion of Ihe second commercial emporium ol Ihe contineut haa changed. No longer are the trades of the Mississippi, Arkan sas, White and Yaxoo rivers exclusively her own; thecitiea along those rivers by tbeir aotiviiy and energy have aoquired for themselvessuch proporl ion as lo give them no trivial importance, and to them New York is Ibe mother city. The trade which be longs to New Orleans exclusively and no rival can take it from her if she is but true to herself, is the Texas, Mexican West In dian and South American. Blie is tke mar seitles of America, and should by every possible means and energy claim that to whiah nature has given her so warranted and incontestible a title. Ifsho does not, her decay is Inevitable, and at the dawn of another oentury, it will be said of her as of Ilium ui7. It is certainly more lo Ihe Interest of New Orleans to rapidly extend a road to North Central Texaa, which would aeoure all the trade along its route as far as Nacog doches and would compete for all the trade of Northern Texaa auccessfully or not, ao oordiag to the inducements she proffered. But it is to be apprehended that she, like Houston and other oitiea upon which na ture haa lavished lb advantages of situa tion, will madly defy enterprise from the ruinous delusions of false security, and fa, tal inertia of vanity. It reminds one of the Tartar Khan, who ia the plenitude of ignorant vanity has daily proclaimed, 'The other Ringa of earth may eat, the Kine of Kines baa dined." Northern eapital IS seexmg invesimeni here, it ia restively anxious to develops this eouatrr. and it ia not improbable will control entirely tha eommeice of this sec- lion. It ia to be hoped tbosa two eittea, Houston and New Orleans, so bleered ia manv reaDecte will awake to their interests, realise Ibe importance of immediately con necting thia aeotion with themselves by railroad, and speedily accomplish the great and magnificent enterprise. Listen, need. "The limes ar momentous. Peril ao great never before menaced onr inauiu lions. Wa are on lb very eve of the Bioal criliealeventa and he ia Ireea than a vigi lant patriot who does Dot see and provide for the impending danger. Radicalism ia bent aa revolution and will net atop al alvil war. It baa enlisted tba regular army ia iu aarviea. ' Let lb people therefore the brave, honest maaaca be warned and roused, for the first blow may soma Ilka a thief ia the sight. Lot tke alarm b Bound ed from ocean ta ocean, that our liberties are ia danger of being aveiibrawa by a baae conspiracy, aad let meeting forth with ba called in every city, lows aaq vu lar. that exnreaaioB aaav be a-Wea ta tba iadirnant voice af lha union, aad tkal tke people may prepare t protect aad defead be Uiasntulioa, for tka viauicauoa ei wkick a patriotic President ia I be im peached and deposed. XUmt Intetligen- ctr. This i lha eihertatiaa ef Ikal wise aad eiateemaa like Joaraal, th. national lavei ligcaeer, wkiek for more ikaa a ejoarter ar s century haa beea lb leading sad meal ably Edited paper oa tke CeatiBcat, It ia I America, wbat Ik Leedea Time is U Ik Eagliak Ratio, the intelligent anti Bel of the Coaatitatiaa aad wis eoanaelar af Ik peapl. Laet week wa ealravoree abew the paiaTuI demaa rar r sa kavongk ergaaiaatiea, made by tk awful arg ewey r lb TTi. Ar ar people a rank ia iBfamows lethargy and each aravea. crouching slave aa le dar aart their rights al tbe ballot box. II w Ikoagat II waald avail, wa w.old trcreek) the ndie br all tbey bold aaered, tbedesiiay af tbeir children, t fare tbeir hmhaad aad. Jo r I aarall tbeme!ve iaraater i th racks f a C-erTaAiv arpairaiioB.- W at as! orgaaiie, let a ae 0 ioB4if!y. imi .1 1., - wlluk la t.m I k - utl UCirillD IIIIO P'lll IO I IIO Bill I llll Ml ' .... . .. per iuiui iirueiivriiy. 11 a lag ia mo pain ' " " ical aeadiiiua uf ibe o.b.r Houikera Hi.ie.. hundreds uf ikeusaada af Ika ialelligeal aad iadustrioua eleewe af thua Kiaira lung la immigrate lo this Mute, bul are de terred by leaoun of aol poaoriaing sufficient means lu piueuie a home afterarrival bar. They arc ulieiiy unable la dispose of I heir properly ia Ibosa Biaie ai a reaeuaebli val ue for the whitea are offejing la sell aol purchase, and lb aegruea ar peuaileae aad wilboul credit, ll Iba Naribera Stataa mora lhaa Iwo biiadred ihousaad perauna are starving and thrown out uf employment aad would gratefully accept any otTor Ij Immigrate where work can be bad and provisions cheaply bought. Any one who will redeol for a moment will perceive how much il ia to lb Interest ef ibe land twnera, and lo Iba bene Al of the country, that steps should b taken lo iuduce Immigration. Tbia can be dona by Ik land-owners erecting upon every sixty aores of unemployed land a lenemeal, which, with the alxty acree at lached, will b leased lo any Irurul.'ranl family for a number uf years, ibe flrel year's prire of lease being commuted by Ilia Improvement or cultivation of lb land. Again, by selling a portion of each ae lion In plat from forty lo aa hundred aores at aucb price and on aucb conditions Ibat any industrious and economical family could buy, Ibe vendor retaining a recorded lien and eonfeesion of judgment. A seo lion of land situated lea miles from here, worth at prcsinl from one-and-a-half 10 tea dollar per acre, would be enhanced three-fold in value by the settlement of aix famitlei. Lands are valueless without pop. ulation, and aa Ilia population Increases Ibe value of lands do likewise in the same ratio; and In Ihe depressed financial con dition of affaire inducements must be offer ed, and they should be, even if alternate eights of aeotion must be given. Il is true the amount of land ownod by an individu al would not be ao great, yet the value of the remainder would quadruple that of the whole at present. In this county a oourse of conduct which baa much retarded and will continue to check its prosperity is generally practiced. Persons dosirouv of iuvesting capital or purchasing a home are asked such prices aa 10 render the invest ment unprofitable, and impossible for any but those of considerable means to pur chase. This place is not of sufficient im portance lo justify such exorbitant de mands, and lands of equal fertility can be obtained West of here at far more reasona. ble rates. Daily trains of immigrants pass through here going West, and if the question ia asked, "Why do you not Hop here?" the immediate answer, "Lands are high to buy, and there are no houses to rent." In other portions of Ihe "tate companies for the pur pose of inviting end assisting immigration have been organised, and by the liberal in ducements and advantages proffered, dis tricts hitherto comparatively unsettled are being rapidly peopled, and the country iu stead of an immense, pasture is assuming the aspect of an advance station of civili sation. Such are the fruits of intelligent economy. Our people possess equally the intelligence, have they not the energy to promoto their own interests. Companies to induce and assist immigration should im mediately be organ iied. Telegraph to Dallas. Some time since we published the letter of Mr. W. A. Wherry, Superintendent of the Marshall and Tyler Telegraph Compa ny containing his-proposition to build a line of Telegraph from Tyler to this point through Canton and Kaufman. Mr. W.lier ry says : "The cost of a line of telegraph from Tyler to Dallas, (distance one hundred miles,) will bo ten thous nnd dollars U. S. Currency. A joint Stoclt Company will bo made cash capital 810,000 number ol shares 100. If tho peoplo of Can ton, Kaufman nnd Dallas will take eighty of those shares, I will obli gate m3'Belf by giving bond with three good securities, to finish and put up a No. 1 line of tolegrnph from Tyler to Dallas, nt a specified time which shall bo mentioned in the bond ; placing you in connec tion (telegraphically; with trie out er world. The parties taking stock can retain it and receive their por tions of the dividend or enncel it by telegraphing." A mora liberal proposition could not hare been made, an enterprise more lo Ihe advantage of our people except a railroad could not be projected. Of the great pro moters of intetigence and civilisation, Ihe telegraph and varioua appicationa of steam stand pre-eminent. Can there be any ne cessity of enumerating the benefits and advantagea which would accrue not only to thia point but all north-weetern and north central Texaa from auch an enterprise. It would aeem not. It ia an enigma why a place of auch important intereeta and aie aa thia did not long year ago avail itself of the great benefits of one of Ihe moet use ful and mightiest aehievementa of aeiencc. We firmly believe the amount of money year ly lost npoa cattle alone caused by the neces sary ignorance or want of Information aa lo Iba price of cattle ia ihe varioua mar kets an' Ibe condition of river for ship ment, would baild five such linee. Wa ar farther of Ibe opinion that the lineoaa aad will be built if Mr. Wherry will pnrau the proper eour; by exhibit ing I the people ia a boaiaeoe manner his deteiminatioB and will I eteentc the work. That coarse w Ihiak, wenld be bia opeaiag the book for nibecriplioa ailker ia preari fernmt or by ippointment ef aome intelli gent aad energetic peraoa la represent kirn. Th appearaBC would Ibea beeara eet. Will aol oar cote mporarie who ar 00 mack iatereeted aeeiet ia drawing tba atteatiea f lb peapi ta lki aeceeaary aad laudable enterprioe- aa.Oar Remtoa letler ia BBavoidably crowded cat thia week. It woa't spoil fro a week's delay. Wbbb Buff-riBg from CowBra.pt ioa, wkal would BOt Ibe paiicBt fi? for amediciBe that ia eerteia to cere, tie rroua.a.ead M .4RSDES S I'ECTOBAI. BALM, ta all a Sfiieled, kaawiBg. from tp-rieBoc, hal il eaa ba relied ape oa ia all ease f d nv erder of tke Lear, for sate kjr U drmf- ;ia. M.radea a ret Ion 1 a'a relieve ace cr- acvtr fail to Ift .. I l .l:. .1.-.-.. I. .I1 ttA AM I V r,.V WM lull ft-lllMl I id ! i ..r il ...... -. . ...... 1 " v ' -.'Ml . -. . . - j . - ............... i " . i over aim o.ar again me uiiy a r ...--.-ll 1- I ....I ii I um " 1 1 14 11 ailJwe are Iraverainif ami v nana i, ami fliarl over an llio Freilt'll Involution. Wo have lineil lold, llioull not liereaml HOW, ll,.L iI.m re.ki.l.nt al.m.l.l li im. ..a...i.-.i 1... 1 1 H-uusd Uo wna an obatruo-l 4 ne 1 "tiiuy Louruare autnornen 1 way o( r?aioring tiruiu " noi,'l ll'ieei-umpfioni and dis 0 Ibel'iiioiij or railier,i.r.iitoaetaaaUrlofin. to to the parly which pot lors, who al.all elect one of their Vl BJVV HU1U II V T llaS fS l WW Hun in Hie Sialva Into ail liliMlMidH Ia IIim aiai-ltf wi.nl, I Im I.11I i. not vl iliw.lv in iKiwer. Sir, wearonll obatructron ', lo that pnrty. My aMotiate. , 1 myself, wo all, liavo Uen, and in-1 tend to be obsiatl,s 111 Ihe wav f i IU hiirh Imtulcd procceiling. and if. tho an no wor. by 11 i in I majority, to remove every vb alrtiL-tion here and lo have the sole control of the government, lint I hid them beware, in no spirit of do. dunce, but from a dovotod love to my country and its institutions, solemnly bid them beware and to proceed no further in their revolu tionary steps. Speaking in behalf of those who have sworn to support iho Constitution j in behalf of my associates hero; in behulf of thoso thundering majorities whoso voices aro roaring outside of the Capitol and who ore wailing for a Constim tional opportunity to enter, I bid vou beware. Your impeachment will avail von nothintr. The 1'rosi dent is to bo tried boforo tho Sonnto with all tho forms of law, nnd bo (ore ou can achieve tho final result he will be removed from your au thority by the constitutional lor mination of his oflico. If you pro ceed furluor and uoposo the 1 resi dent by violonco : if you suspend him : if vou throw him outof oflico oxcept by duo process ol impeach ment, 1 toll you in behalf 01 thous and and tens of thousands and huu dreds of thousands and millions of the peoplo that wo will nover, never, so help mo God, nover, never sub mit. Great Fire in Jclferson, Texas. Loss over $1,006,501). From Ilia Jiniplecule, Extra. Harrh l.J Juat at 11 o'olock last night, a fire broke out in the rear of Rosenberg s Confectiona ry, near the corner of Vale and Dullus ai. The wind was blowing heavily from the South-west, and Ihe (lames spread Willi such rapidity, tbat all exertion proved uu able to sIod its headway. In thirty min utes from the time tho fire was discovered, it had completely enveloped the barber-shop of Gus. Smith, adjointr, Ohlson &Rulilman confeotionary, and il. if. itoweti s tore- house. It then spreiwl with rcarlul rnptut ty down the right side of Dallas street, and in a short time had crossed the street to II. 11. Orton S Co.'s Inrire building, opposite, and down the leftside of Dallas, destroying the two entire blocks clear to Levee street, where the brick building of Graham & loy lor stood the shock and stopped the flames in that direction. " The right side of Dallas is burned clear to the Levee. On reaching the!large and magnificent building of Russell & Co., the flames cross ed Austin s'reet, and destroyed the two large buildings belonging to Mrs. Kin- ear and J. Bruckiniller. While these buildings were burning, the large houso of Bateman & Brother, containing several bales of cot ton, and immense piles of goods and groce ries, was in imminent danger, and only sa ved.by the greatest exertions. For some time the struggle was great lo keep the flames from crossing Vale street, which was only done by the almost super human efforts of a few gallant souls, who were scorched by the flaraer ou the top or i. B. Goyne & Co.'s and Goldberg & Rosen- thall'a store houses. Had the flames cross ed here, there would have been nothing at all left of our unfortunate oity. As it is, all the main business portion of the place is destroyed, embracing four of tho largest blocks and portions of others. We regret to have to say that the city authorities had no orennization whatever in the way of lad ders, axes, buckots, or anything else, to as sist in staying the destruction. Great God! what nn oversight. As we iook upon uie ruins nnd think of how we have begged and mplored our peoplo to prepare for such an emergency, we cannot suppress our tears. As to how the lire originated, we cunnot tell, but that we are all ruined together, is a fixed fact. Our office was for a long while In Immi nent danger, and scattered fore and aft. We loose J-500 or $600, and shall not be able to iBSue on Tues lay, without we can obtain a great deal of help. Too many thanks can not be given to the noble few who worked like heroes. We say few, because they were few, considering the number on the ground, but too many to undertake to designate in person. Gen. McLanghlen bad his whole company promptly on the ground, and himself and men did everything on earth they could to subdue the Homes and anve property, for which he deserve the lhanka of all. The fr edmen worked faithfully, wherev er there was work to do, and many of them acted nobly, indued. It waa thought for some time during the fire that several lives bad been lost, but the parties are all safe and nobody eeriously hurt. Thi Era No 8 waa lying at the landing. Caot. Iaaae H. Kun backed down the riv er and detailed his whole crew to assist, but their gallantry, like all the rest, could do no good. There was less disturbance than uaual on such occasions, and very few were inloxi ealed, which waa probably owing to Ihe fact that lha V. S. troopa war petroling the city after tha lira waa rver. Two thousand bales of eottoa were burn ed, valued at J200,( 00 in currency. We Jo not givo lb igure aa being entirely accu rate, bnt as tha beat estimate we ean make. The (re is the most die astrous ever known in tl South, ia a city ef the eame aite, and lea aaved ant af a large aa amount burned. Th Jimplecnte haa a tabular statement f th leeeee, which foots ap as follows : Oa real Mtala, . $189,850 Oa eottoa......... 200,000 Oa morcha.dine, ......a.. ....... 617,200 Total, $1,000,000 Oa which there wa aa lasnraae ef about $100,000. It will be see ibat aeitber Ibe Jimpleeale ar Time effiee were dealreyed, (a reported by wa last week,) tkengh the former Buffered somewhat ia aoviag. af Gea. Meada, ia accerdaai with a reoolutioa af th Coaveatioa ef tkat Bute, kaa prokibited iajpri.ona.eat for debt ia Gecrgia, aad als ordered thai Berrafler ae bail proces shall be issued out af the Court of th ?it; all fteraen aow ia prisoned for debt arc la be immediately released. HaT- Th extensive Cbemieel Work of Mrar. Bewer k Weight., were de troyed by Ira oa Ik Th alt. i resiilonl la lo Do rrmorea as '" -e. "- "7--.7. : . " . obataele in iho way of the party , m..io.i.nt..y give not,. ,0 ,..0, -- ,: llf,,lllr.. h. in power, it ia eamillv within llieir 'M,nr. ",r ,"," " ! , ,un in Hail.a. ahd knowa ia . - V . ,1... ..1..... u 11. j. -,,1,1., hi-.i mil - . ' tho exert tao or a lyrnn- ",w ri -1 im. eomunmuy aa . UUf ll WV aif 1 1, f 1'iia Ha aulialaviim In our own Ian ' ..iih4 I I. mm. iihA r..r II. at I . la la Bo"; . i .1 . . " . -7.7 .7 Ilia a hl'uIIuii I lirllier irild Ut IK Ml ---- v Ibal ll.e Teas tallle are aiil.jeil In, rover. Willi ll ll.eV ttimiliuiiitaio iu ' " im nine mo b.v -. i fl llial Stale. I Tha fount v Court are authoriaej 1- o' ' II umber rreaidotlt. The I'lraiddlll, " l"on K-ronal knol.,lgt., or Irom inrormalion doriye.llr.i.ti.tlier 'J' $ViK Moxunn. 'I exits '"J"1" fa 1,0 liev bofti l.roujjlil '' tiiher nmiiiiiig or mil ilV tint tiMiima ill l-llMPa llial they will pnM-eed to examine them. If they di termiuo that the cattle areinncM or capable of imparling iufeelion to other tattlo. tho order U.i 1 1 .1 - -.-..-. ... .. Ihon iMtto I to the owners or nor- aous in charge, to remove them from the Stnto by llio same roillo they came in, after imving all cost of ex - nminntTfiii, Ao. if ihe catllo are la - , . 1 .1 .. . r - ken out by the sumo route, 110 fur- Ilia OXUmillUtloll Shall be llimlo lo increase llirtlier coal, ll IHO ewnors, of iho tutllo refuse-or dolay lo re move them, then the l'rcnidoiit of llio Hoard lrtucs Ins writ to the KhorilTor somo constable lo do tho samo, or lo kill the catllo, if the Hoard deem it necessary, ami this, too, will bo ut tho cost of the owners. Any attempt at resistance is pun ished us iu other cases of rosivtuuee to legal process. Exception is mado of cuttle on steamboats or rnilmnds, or those which liuvo been wintered in the Stnte of MiHSouri. Wo can see nothing wrong on tho face of this law, but it is, doubtloss, subject lo groat abuso, and our cat tie drivers look upon it as a great annoyance. They say, that thecat tlo of Texas aro uo more suhjoct to disease than tho cattle of other Status, and that tho real object is to enable tho speculators of Missouri lo buy up Iho catllo at a low rate on the border, or to keep them out of tho State altogether for tho ben efit of the Missouri stock raisers. Wo are not prepared to say how much of this is true. Kach State has undoubtedly the riht to protect its cilizons and their property from injury by tho introduction of infec tious diseases, but great care should be tnkon to provont abuses and not to intorfere improperly with the in ternal commerce of tho country. The Toxas cnttlo can bo sold in Mis souri for n prico much less than the Missouri farmers can afford to raiso them for, and they, no doubt, would like, to see them excluded an mucn as possible. So too tho speculators there would like to buy the Texas cattle fora song, keep them a winter in Missouri, and thon tako thorn on to a further market and realizo lurye profits. Wo may allude to this suo joct again. Everything of intorost to our stock raisers wo shall pub lish, and wo invite correspondence and information on this subject. The Western part our State is known to be tho groat stock region. State Gazette. We fully concur in tho above discreet re marks; though the provisions of the bill refered to have much of the odor of specu lator lobbying. It is not only time our stock-raisers were becoming acquainted with their true interests, but acting upon a wise and independent policy. Yearly thousands of cattle are driven from the prairies of Texas, hundreds of iniols to market, and upon arrival ready sale can be found but half the time; the speculators who have contracted for droves frequently refuse to accept them, for some trivial ex cuse, thereby occasioning immense loss to the honest drovers who are compelled to guard and provide for them until sale may be effeoted at greatly reduced prices. The only true policy is to slaughter the cattle at home, for by tho late scientific discoveries, the slaughtered beef ean be shipped from this State to New York, and on arrival there for freshness and succulcncy, provi ded the cattle killed ore prime, will rival that of Fulton market. We could ship fresh beef to every market in the United States. Why cannot the beef be as well packed and pickled here as at Jefferson and other points? The benefits lobe derived from doing so would be great, besides sav ing expense. New buildings would be erected for pack-house, new industrial olsss would necessarily immigrate to en gage in the busiuees, there would be great er consumption of home commodities, and the proceed would remain among ua in stead of being retained elsewhere. Tan ners would rapidly flock here to lake ad vantage of the great opening for their bus iness, and instead of the millions of hides being yearly shipped North, in a raw tate, they would be sold as leather; again, owiag lo the eheapneee of leather here, it first and largest market, ehoe-faetorice would be etarted, and Instead of I.ynn, Maasacku- tl, furnishing the market of lb Lnited States with akoes, town of Texaa would. T.iaaa, da for a moment glance at the im mense, nntold wealth of your country, and try lo secure it lo yonraelne ia place of permitting th world to grow rich from your resources, while yon arc decaying in wealth by reason or want or maueiry anu enterprise. Attbhtiob FABwrae. Most gladly do we bbboubcc lb card of Ur. J. C. MeCon- aell, aeeompaaied with ao many and good recommendations of his manufacture. We bav carefully examined the plow aad find tbat it is mad of moat eubelaatial aad durable material. The point and monl beard ar firmed from on. pice of lie I ill a diamond thane II ia aaid, that ow ing I it peBlir bap. it will carry leas dirt, aad roa. avea wkea fall f dirt, witk moreeaa. and da better work than any otter plow iatrodoced ker. Tker is a proba bility af ita potting eat of order from er diaery wotk if ao, ny em ilk reald rrwi it wiikout injory 'a eh.pe ar eorv ire. We w-oald aurgeat th' a. it is akonewiaanf.e tar ur farmer tfconld tkorotijklr etern ise iibefjrrrefc,;"S1'',,er' C. II rril lIMMP. Pub I. I'ollaa, March II. II. I. -J1 1 ma ' totirr ! Vnllrrf! allralll -". e. . 4 I.L fr.ie ia ikie County ... have fif9 , re,i.,. e4 la Iraa.mil iu.-j...rif iu r.oi iinm ay 1 aftdavii , ..(.-. raiiM why. and emeu a I , "'. l'r.,'a"", T O. T. KCMt tl U I'ouniy Aiiuraey. Ilallaa, March II, IKlo-.uif. "PL0VS"PL0WS, Kiicourage Hume Industry ! I k t'HINll ibe U.I Iwo yeaia. Ihe under. aiguej ha beea reu.ianily (fl TllC McConnCll PlOWS, A" 'JV tS tiN'D . I'LAih W l. LAM, lhaa any oilier kind ever mtniifaotured or j , J lM TtM Wt jg , bn(iJ t ; b, aM ,u e,M 1 ,,,ny pru,.B by a large number of Ihe nm.t reipeciablc 'anj aurccful fanaora of lullaa and aur- , "'"''" cu.i,. .. ,ii .H.r rrom il.a reriilloatre (urui.lird me by ertiilemen wka j u, fil(. ,., yr,r 'elliI,J ,.,. farms with ploas menu acinred by me. un or me.e eerlillcalrs l hereto append. ed, aa follows: l.il.l. t. M.rmr) 31th. I". The iiii.Writir. tanner., lo-.! na In iat;. ciiimi , La rMl ,l,a.mr in m,,miiirutiiic lo lit. I'4luirr 14 Nutlliertl T.-&oa. III. IM.'.. HUUHlfatliml .1 imia. i J rh r. m.h.ii. r, ,i.,ll( n, iilai k W A.W LAND, llir M.t ONNKI.I. I. am. h .i.iric.r In anjr blber ltin.1 ul pluw . Iiaie rivr ul or arrn.anl In IImm iiT i.itr frieliiU h wM, lo un-ba-t MTK Klolt I'Lott'.ov u) l.j all Mm I. mj uno ol iIumo ai.uularliire.1 hj JnM-ih f. tltCunuell, ual jrou a ill Urn, an ran,, to regret ymir tarenin. oKoitiiC n. linowN. tr. ii. nt uu.. Vt I l.l.l AM A HAM 4, joiin iiowki.u JOHN J. RAKINt. llAI.LAHTIIOMftlON. JAMK.M COI.R. JAMKH AI.IIItllKIK. A supply of these plows aie cnn.lanlly kept ou liaud for sale, at nir shop, for rash. JtlSKI'll C. Mi t'tlN.NKLL. Dallas, March 1'.', ISiiH. til): if. So. D. BA.WBLL... ..nou. T. na.WKLL. HASWELL 6c SON Ilccfiviiig, Forwarding A Kb General Commission Merchants, Bryan City, Texas. 4 Lilwral ailvanrc nuute on nil rinf!)tiimciit. whether for iuln urtliiiiuriit. Jnniuwy I, 1M1S IB:ly. PHILADELPHIA UNIVERSITY OP MEDICINE and SURGERY. Tn Pliilmlalphlii ITnlTrily of Malicinn nnd SurKtv ry wiin 0rKnni7.nl in 1K4H, ('ImrlorU ly tho Li-Ri la in re, Ki'trriitiry 27, 1MV3. Nnnii' rhiuifp'il hy a K'InIh-tlv- pniuimrMit to tho Kc!rtlc Mrtlicul College of I'liii alelilia In 160. In IhtW it piin-liiwil tlin INmnx.vlva nut Miilil'ttl Oil lee. (MUMinhrd In 1M-' nnl tint I'liii. mlflphiii Met licit I rollout, which hrl I teen previously nuTt-nl into tho 1'tmniiylvnnia Moliinil Culli'gc. lit lHto it purrlumnl tliB I'enn 11 oil ion I I'liirorsity. The Trust!, of the noMtrHto school unit-it, petitioned, tunl obUiniHl a sperhil art of t ho LetfiMlatiiif, consnlhlittiiifc thnttt Institution!1 nnd chantciiiK ihir nainnt tn tluit of the Philadelphia L'liivontlty ul Medicine and Surgery Mun h 1ft, lhG5. All these varluin act are puldirihrd in tho statutes nf IVnnMvlvAnia. Tlif'i'oxt of Hit build i or and imiiemn was ovor ono hundred thousand d'd lars. It will Im Olwcrvml that Ihe liihi-r-ity, iw now organized, in the IpiiI mpro.tenti.tivo ol tho tour mi'di cal colleges that It has alworht'tl. It iealihrnlnflinol of mt'tllnno, con fl lift) to no do;iiin, nor attnehed tunny medical rliipie; hut euiliracns id Itn teaching every thing of value to tho profession. Hkmuioss. -It has two full sosions tneh year, mm menciiiff on the 1st of Octobur and continuing until tho In of January as Its first minIou, and I'nmi tho 1st of January to tho 1st of April ns Its second; the two con stituting one full course of ledums. It has also a sum mer session, commencing tho lt of April ami continu ing until August, for tho proparntury brunches, auch a. Iatin, Grui'lc, Mat uemu tics, Botany, uology, Anat omy, Physiology, elc. Tick ktu. Tic koU to tho full course of lectures $120, or $60 for oach session. For tbo summer or preparato ry course t'2b, Onuiimting fee $tt. To aid fiounij mm f moderate mm$, tho University has isHiiml Arc hun dred tcholar chip, which are sold to tirdt-courwe siudontt for $76, and to second-course students and clergymen for $00, each constituting the holder a lifo uiemlier, with the peiputiiiil privilnfttw of the lotluirt, nml ail the touching of the school. The only additional fees are a yearlv tlisaecting oud tnutrlculntiug ticket, each of which is $5. Tiik ADVAJfTAOBs $p ScnoTAnsMiPP. The student holding a scholarship can enter the Col lege at any time during the yonr, attend as long as ho chooses, and re enter the Institution as frequently a, deiiretl. It retj uires no previous rending or study to enter tho University on scholarship, hence, all private tuition feos are saved. Students, by holding scholarships, can prosecute other business a part of the tiuie. The candidate lor graduation can present himself at any time, and roceivo his degree as soon as qualified. In case a student should hold a scholarship and not lie able to attend lectures, It can bo transferred to ano ther, thus preventing auy loss. Parents, guardians, or friends of student wishing to purchase scholarships for them a year or more before their attendance at tho University, can secure them by advancing one-half the price, unit pitying the balance when tho student enters. Physicians and benevolent men can I km tow great benefit upon poor young mn, by presenting them a scholarship, and thus enable them to obtain an honorablo profession. Tho Faculty emliraces seventeen eminent physicians and surgeons. The University has associated with it a large hu'pital clinic, where every form of niadintl and surgical t tease ia operated on and treated In the pres ence of the class. Colleoi Bt'iLDiNO. The College building, located In Ninth street, south of Walnut, is the finest in the city. Ita front ia collegiate got hie, and ia adorned with em hattlementsand embrasures, presenting a novel, bold and beaatsful appearance. The facade ia of brown stone, ornamented by two towers, rising to the eleva Hon of eighty feet, and crowned with an embattled parapet. The bnilding contains between fifty nnd sixty rooms, all supplied with water, gas, and every other convenience tliat modern Improvement can con tribute to facilitate medical instruction. Only five hundred scholarships will be issued, and as two hun dred and fitly are now sold, these whp wiso to secure one should do so at ouce. Money can be remitted by express, or a draft or check erot on any National bank in the United States, when the scholarship Till be re turned by mail, signed by the President of the Board of Trustee, Joe. 8. Fisher, Keq., and the Den of tho Faculty, W. Paine, M. D. All order (br scholarships or other business of the University, should be address ed to Paofbsmk VY. PA INK, M. D., Philadelphio, Pa. NEW BOOKS. PArXKS PR A CTICE OF MEDICIXE. A wiw work Jwt lamel by W. Palm, M. D, ProHwnr of lb Principle, and PrartH- of Madirina awl Paluol OKV In the 1-hila.lrlpbn, UnlTrmtj nf Mrrlnrin and Hu'rawT ; anthnr of Paine", PrarUoa of Snrrorj ; a work oa Olwtatricaand Matrria MMicaautborol hew School RaaaMio, ; an Kpitoma of Elrll'a Pnirtiro of Mnll cina: a Rrwwol llomaopalhy ; wordoii Im-llwtonf of Maflirino; fclitor'of Uoirorailv StMn-al awl laririeal Joanul, c, . It karoyal orUni of IW0ns.anH cMitaina a full oWrint" of all aiaoaaua knowa in. iHfNlkin aad aanrrrv. tnrlwclin I boa. of womm and rhiidn-o. nrrtbrr wilk Ibair palbologT raalafw hyall lha newaad Improrrt aitbod. Prico $7; po.1-. aa HI ronla. AiMraja tha author, V33, Arck Strort, Plilladrlphia, Pa. ALSO, A XEW WORk', BolIlM Sow K-hool BIMirlw", whM k a, Iho owly work oT-r pwbtvbaa anoa Malrria Maora, raihrariag all tha BVImtic H.-iKrnalhH-. ana B.t.nir I ail if,. with a foil r-tTilar Malaria alodKO. Pro IS ; a"1ava fror. 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