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Till-: STAU a DIM ., ttmm, juiiHHAU Wf I lfknM l-mapfriiH Wl fe ft M, . UUmmt. to mM, .. wtMtia t, tfc.gM 1 MMfmli I', II, mi IM , n a. 4,, '4 f . K t Mtf fir. fcmM thrr9t U, A Cuiitom HlUM, TWMtt IIKilf, ,f, t,.l,frr, Id-W . fl'iiirttlfii iff 4 ftff fffi; llii fM r.fi lfrf In tint titf, iiliin! In lu-nW, A riw from our !xi"ff, ,?-,, l.li ,k bU' (n lit 8M, with fMW fiiii (! w wnifilml fwif rfinf In frutn to nmlflf full Mil wild jr, wfero, an I understood Unit fivo ar flvrd n 1 1. I day, t'tifl'iil.'i!fll, If wr made a l'orl of Kutry, m we luil Cixiorn If 0110 her?, trtiftf of tho tcmI would dart com! loft.ldd with lh product of olWcllrnm, In-tcud of Rand hallant. TI.0 pecial A nt of the Trctt nry I)cjnrlincnl for Custom Home, recommended, lat year, that Cu tout Home bo CflUoliflhed liore. and our Congrrtftional delegation uliould consider it a duty they owe the State flint the Decennary legislation bo car ricd out. Giro us a Custom IIou.se and Mississippi will poKBcta a seaport which she had bo long desired. The Fish Polo Protocol Tho Attorney General having de cided upon the solo testimony ol the Spaniards themselves that the Virglnius had no right to carry the American flag ; tho salute to the flag, which was to have come off on Christmas day, was dispensed with. Tho next thing in order will be for tho Spanish Government to demand that tho Virinius, and tnoso cap tured in her who were turned over to this Government, be returned as pirates, and we advise the persons In '-is category to be speedily "hunting eir holes, and making tracks for tho ilds of Arkansas'' or somo other . , "i"re. t!:cGovernineut cmu't lay its hand upon thcmT Vvjly the Fish Polo affair has shown that the latter is the long pole which gathers the fruit and the tormer is but a very small sardine. We recommend the perusal of the article on our outride from tho St. Lonis Republican. The Election. On Saturday, 20th "ult, in accord ance with notices published in the Uacdaloro Democrat and the Star, a convention was held at Our depot to' nominate Anti-Radical candidates to fill the vacancies in both houses of the legislature, in this district. Col. Smith was called to tho chair . and ktr. J. M. Mdnnis was appoint ed Secretary. Geo. Wood Esq., stat ed that he had received a no to from Judge Champliri requesting him to put his naroo in nomination ; bat j was urged, that as Judgo C. had been elected to the new legislature aud was a member of that body, and as it was probable both bodies would convene in session, at the same time m January, that some other person should be nominated to fill the vacan ' cy fop the unexpired terra of the present legislature; and after order ing that for these reasons the Con- vention declined to consider Judge C's name, and that they should be : spread upon the minutes; the Conven tion nominated Mr. 1 N, Dantzler of thiscooaty for Representative and lion. R. Seal for senatar. As the opposite party ran no candi date, it was supposed at least in this county that Mr. Dantzler would , bare no opposition, and therefore his . friends made no exertions in the e-'oction. But JuJge Champlin presented himself as a candidate and the returns from Harrison county elect him. J. Henley, Esq., ran as an inde pendent candidate for the Senate but 3lr. Sea! was elected. RETURNS'. Jucksou County. , Pirvteler.. 197 Cbaroplin 37 Heal, Bouley ... We Lave not tho entire vote ot . J5r-on county but sufficient to kao'aat Seal -and Champlin are , Jf.cd. cv. B. Jones, the Methodist -Vi-;man apoioted to this Circuit, xved ft Moss Toint and will jlfct place this moruicg 4th OV riLOT COHKlUIOWtlU Awn riLOTi, iMmiwu OUR COIfMKJlCE. ft 4 tf-tm M If t),r fj ((flv.l , .fm f.l. r'p( luff"' N r( iH-finll N Inimical h Uior4,f ih j .Imi, m im ' """ '' Ul"f'. 4 "" li", U"t M MrL mI, till. , - . i .w . t(irtl llidtln4 i. tlaliM f.f lfi Ul rliin ftf ff.fnmiiii If, imtrf tfi,m n ((ii fit t I difi li tliWifl llifm, f n f,rn ilmm l ni j,n'pf (in ArA ffffttifirf a !.mff of I'ilol (Umii)pinict for tf if l'orl of IVm If 'HI U, Tlii dullwof tfifl !'irr dlmj ln, bnl m ll hm thuftfJ and riif nrrlilrm of Hi Pilot, and In a rerbiin f ilffil, of vmpIh rnff rifK our buy, a rot rrrl di.:liargi of ltd dutir U very Impor- lant In our a i-orf, and to In commf rcinl Inlcrrnt. AiKiy, K)ffiiin!trn or cmo'u montii we ntlin:lic( (o, It man pOHcd that no 000 wouhl cravn, (he office, HnlcK Influenced sulcly by a deiiire to render the State servicP, and would then wait lo liav big sir ticca solicited. Dut the bill lad ncarct'lv i nstcd, when, like the lone buzzard which descries tho carrion afar off, or the jackal which inifTs prey in the breeze, the carpet-bagger hastens on to Jacksan to get an ap pointment under tho bill. Ho ob ains it; an ignorant negro, wcsupposO on his recommendation, i another nppointcc; and the mill-own ers, merchants and others, citizens of the phico interested in its prosperity, succeed iu having one of. thoir num ber appointed as tho third member. Since the creation of this Board and tho appointment of the member, several meetings have been held, pilotd have been oppointed and other business transacted, yet the member last mentioned has never been i.v- bormed op a single meetixo notwith standing he called moro than onco ati tho place of business of tho C. B. member aud requested that ho be in- fafmcd whenever a meeting Jlr,- uu. xuv luia wus iiwti-i uuuv.i . n.y carpet-bagger aud thiTTogro have to gCiW J.ieea-''iunn;Dg the machine." We understand that tho inevitable "Ring has been formed, consisting of certain pilots and ' stevedores and these two commissioners, and the "ma chine" which they attempt .to run is nothing less than the commerce of this port, which is to bo regulated to suit their selfish ends. We all know, that the pilots, creatures of these conimissioncrsi have insisted upon charting one-half pilotage fees, when their services were not needed by vessels going over tho bar, against tho explicit wording of the bill creating the Board; and in this they have been upheld by tho two commissioners. Aud the result was a case in the Cir cuit Court. A vessel was towed from Mobile somo months ago with a pilot on the tug and a stevedore to load her, whereupon the "Ring" arose in arms to resent this infringement upon their rights?; a willing Justico of the Peace was appealed to, who exercis ing tl.c jurisdiction solely belonging to a U. S. Admiralty Court, issued a warrant for the arrest of the pilot or stevedore; and the vessel, lying in the bay, was boarded in the absence cf the Captain, by a negro constable and an assistant, and the unresisting ste vedore at work in the hold, wus ar rested at the mouth of cocked pistols presented at his bead, aud conducted ashore. The mate, ignorant of these proceedings, arrives on the train from Mobile and going to his boat sees the constable in it; he pushes out in a skiff to go alongside when he is hit over the bead twice with the heavy oaken tiller and left for dead. An injunction was gotten out by the pilots to prevent the steam-tug Rolla, belonging to tho place from towing vessels out or in. , And every expedient has been re sorted to, to prevent any "outsiders" from interfering with "the ring" in their control of vessels arriving or departing. Now, of notLing, are our citizens more firmly convinced, than f the necessity of having the port charges reduced to the mimimum,and of offer ing every facility and encouragement to vessels visiting our port, iu order that we may successfully compete n our infancy with neighboring ports long established. Yet at the very outset of our career, in a matter so important, are those, who thus far have built up a commerce for the place and State, and who proudly an ticipate its rapid increase, to see it thus trammeled, hampered, and dis couraged by impediments, merely for t!iO EclILh gratification of L "nog "' I i f,M vrt frffi;, ftMif lUK 11 tPtt4 ff tnt ftfi, lfy iff I'l ?. 4 i If t(r, ftf .,.mI, (f. fmll ttt i',n If l.fKnli 'Jom .l ! ,.t ffff f 1f( h-i-ji moMiffff t( unf -r if f 'im fTit.':iffiM (ttotd ; n I m tl!"l In JrKkOf, Prin!if fil M lut l "jni-0 t"f l if."- nt .. f,,f t,nf ftm ftl tfal tufNfiff ilfl In Id ll .iid, irlo( onr rltM' ft enIM iM feoliofl of Ihfl (('ffif lO Iff lt(f" owf rV.f, awl t'"un tnU'i lo UU ronMrtir)h, lo fill tfifl ffunfy, (! pi. Mljftwl I'of, I fin ft whom in fiil lfft k liMlrr fdlrnfnl'il lo di( lirgn Ifi'rt iliiilm. A ffifeiil of tliri pfurn f-r 20 JrnM, I lnrnjt,f r IndrfiliPied with Ifn wrlfnffl ariiMarjfffy Inirrmfpil In ll (iwiininrilf , KeHini( a li!j jrd and wieU fif M own, rotiimrniil with our Imilior, river, jnr tic, ninl of In rfd flint IiUthI virwi, nod witlml no politician, ho wna l!io man for the place, andngaiiil whom ihne rnnM jmwibly bo rio.lioncst ol ji-cinii, Tho Governor was pleased lo n;- polnt him iimlcr i'ato of tU ImIi, Deo. Mr. If. C. Vaugh: n llio innn brr alnivo alluded lo nn tho third comnilcslonrr, Cnpt. Pol, and the ne gro member met, Id hold a meeting, on last Monday, when Cnpt. Pol, wa informed ti.at his appointment was void inasmuch as tho C. B. member had not rccignol end "would not;'' and Unit on tho 23rd ho had come down from Jackson, and, with tho ne gro member, had held a meeting; and theso two, without giving any notify cation to fr. Vatighun had appoint ed a Harbor master (Uapt. Hull), had dismissed ono of tho pilots Capt. Moore (who had withdrawn from tho Pilot Association, or "Ring," nnd who in connection with a brother was running a pilot boat) and had appoin ted another negro iu his stead. Now tho C. B. alluded to. does not livo in tho county is a mcrchaAer our morond" como up to tho in Jackson, and has no sortH interest here; and as the v.a is purely a loui-'.-ul and 4 oj crates for the local interest of the place, we consid cr this a'ction od his part as a piece of purely officious intcrmcddMng with other people's business. What could have induced hira to slip down here, and with tho negro act thus, without notifying the only member of tho Board who represents tne material interests ot tlic place, wo cannot conceive"; but this very courso h sufficient to impress uu with the fact that it was for no good. No personal or political feeling actuates us in writing this article, we feci none, but we are convinced that our commerce, and consequently our pros perity, needs encouragement and fos tering care, and we denounce any attempt to inipedo it or any effort to harass it. Those who have brought it into life, and who have nurtured it thu far, insist that a few vampires shall not now swoop down upon it and for tho sake of speedy gains suck out its very life blood. And we call upon tho member w! 0 has left our locality and county to resign, that others more interested in our affairs mav have - some direction in them. Since writing the above, we have been shown the order issued by tho Board (the two of them) . revoking Capt. Moore's license us a pilot. The order states that the license gr nted Capt. Mooie on tho 13th day of .Way 1873, (to take effect on June 1st), is revoked, tor intemperance while in charge of ecbr. Eva Adelo, on 14th of February 1873., That is, the Board so far allows its feelings to run away with its discre tion, that they revoke the license for a deed chaiged to have Lcen commit ted three months before 'the license was issued, and over one mouth be fore the bi'l creating the Board be came a law. Verily two Daniels have come to judgment, and if the Governor does not "revoke" the appointment of these two commissioners for incompetency, we shall begin to doubt his interest in the development, ol our coast, ot which he hitherto has been 6uch a firm, unwavering friend. We call the attention of our Mer chants and families, to the card oi F. Rickrct, Wholesale Grocer of New Orleans; and again we say it is a good rnlc to patronize thoso nicr chants in the cities who patronize your home paper. - -Mr. Rickert has a full stock of every article in his line and sells at prices as low as cm bo obtained in the City. t aafql Jtartftf n M'Hwtn ft,-f I I t 'WMII l.l !' f .f t.f-.l llti of 11 1 V, X. l,tiin"f, l.r'l f.n ili fif cf oir llif'f i'f fto'itfi of tit, ll iHniiftof, In in MirlitMil ili nUwUn,4 fitn lf Ytf ' f tiu'iil, l pf fi of 11 1 1 1 0. ri'C f hfm m 1 f.fl. ' f r,mm-u l In fti fftt, lii df'U' litf of a tlniififf, win fiiifidred fl Widrt Kli'l Pf ' fl fol III ll' fi'h tl (i I Wit (!hi will ntf n ln fifl nl or (lionrj li.le) aro lli Ur al ill fiioutlt of onf tyr. Thfl i'l" of IliU rhnofiel lo U rcvMd d lo prod rl it frfitn ffif!inf, ria ro( ol ihn mink ii rmiiimled al Hi,Uiv, ,U lm llifl KdiM bni atprnpihilrd tor llii woik 2.'iOliO, cooiliiiiffi 'd on llio ciii.eim of l'a'fflKunla nl linrf (.Villi)., and advei lim mrfit for connacl dov irg alrrndy been mad, it U rccom mended that the U. Ootcrtiftienl bhhkI tho work to the amount of J;;0iO, on comlilion that the plan for improvement, recommended by Iho U. S. Engineer, be- adopted. Tho $5,000 required of our citizens has been, it may be said, mined; the MiliHcriptions will bo punhed .thin week and wo have no Lcsrtancy In dcclaiing that I hi week the full hinoiinl, will be subscribed to, and we will publish in our next, the names ol tho suhpcribcri", with their oinount of subscription. This secures tho S'atc appropriation and wo have no fear but that our activo and zeal ous Rcprcsntai.ivo in Congress, as sisted by the wholo .Aississippi del egation, will take iinmcdiato steps to secure the appropriation from Con gress rccommenueu uy me u. r Engineer. The bcnilicial result of such a chun nel through tie. bar nt tho mouth of our river will bii immen e. A much larger class of vessels will liOr-t'i'i.-to mills. Many of them will bo able to take on their full cargoes at the mills and thm Fave a heavy expense in lighterage. A larger class of lighters can bo used, when necessary, and thus bo able to lighter for leas; and an impetus will bo given to our lum ber trade which will causo it to im measurably increase. Pascagoula will then only need to be made a Port of Entry, to give us an import tradoj aud Mississippi will will have her long desired Seaport, to which she will soon push her railroads. Hewn' timber is now being gotten out here for the English market, and English merchants are now inquiring if they cannot send Cargoes in their vessels to this port. They here, can unload und transport their cargoes, bv rail to New Oilcans or Mobile cheaper than they can carry their cargoes to these cities, and then come here lor lnmbcr. But this not boing a port of entry, wilh the proper of ficers of the cujtoms, this cannot now bo done. Our trado demands the location of the Custom House for this District, at this point. Our Tonnage. We were anxious in this issue to publish the lumber business of this place for the past year. We prepar ed circulars, with questions to be an swered, and sent thorn to every mill. The importanco of furnishing such correct information should be appar ent to every citizen, for upon such data should we base our claims, and demands upon the General Govern ment. But our millmep, generally, have not responded and we are unable to furnish it Our obliging Deputy Collector, and Inspector of Customs, Mr., W. II. Gillespie afforded us access to his ex ceedingly welUkept books, from which wo could soon gather the infor mation desired, if all the vessels lcav ing this port cleared at tho Custom House, but tho Texas and New Or leans traders do not so clear and thereforo a statement from these books would not include more than one-third of our business. But, from Mr. Gillespie's offico wc learn the amount of tonnage that en tered and cleared the past year ; re marking that this does not include the vessels which regularly ply be tween Texas and New Orleans, and this port which is fully 2-3rds of the business done at the place. No. vessels entered 98; cleared, 135; total tonnage, 41,294 .54; and wo will add that on the lasday of De cember after we Lad obtained this in formation we saw four (and under stand there were five) large vessels coroc in, which are to be added to the above. . - h r't A hi (t tlfi'fht M i !.!, fi -M-r.l l lf. lf.n ihh hf,l Mh t'f. t',, , Of if- ft M ff!"f f' lf. ltt? I'of, Mf iirffion fml'l, fi"j'iWr MlM M 'I fin frfmifmnn plained lli ol j' M of lli .iif.( tft M lo If. mno'iM of ViOO, j,n unnt f'l'ilf"! lo m r,l.('f II f 'I l.jl if, eiii"M of lfi4 i fOfifdy, f ll.f biil .fOprltfinif IJ.'iMW hf IM ft if", looVopfiietf Ihi pin a I ihn f onth of onf riff fl failed iijrfifi (I no. Wood, rvq , lo tf pUln hii'tt tl length' Jlr, Wood Mplitlrt") lliefftfnl flit m of l)i ifimi ennui, now r moling, and M'nled that udi(meiil ngtiiiiHt itiM cmml hud been odtuiiie l In IM tif full Court; and In showing lli Impnr porUhce of frrelng oof fiver craft from the loll In pii-inrf t!rroii!i the canal, which In now exacted of lliem, il wan illiiflratcd by the slnlemonl of mi owner of a ewl thai he had puid t!72 loll due in twelve month. Col. .S'mitfi urged tho Heredity of raining tho fund at 01 ce', in order lo ftccwo the Stale appropriation and furthermore, the Congressional appro- pi la'ion recommended, And Mr. Wright recited what he had learned in regard to tho U. S. Engineer's Report, I ased upon the urvey lust nummcr. The Report la most favoralilo end should urgo us to ncreascd excrtioa to secure tho funds without delay. Tho subscription list was then opened and a mnjoiilyof those pies ent liberally responded. Mr. Jlosclcy, of the Grin of Moselcy & Wheelwright of Boston, feared that not being a citizen of our county that a subscription from him would not come withir tho letter of" the law re quiring tho amount to bo raised by 'citizens of Jackson county," hut hi.s ts in this malt IcuioVtt ho jrdi-ously subscribed $200 "ifoTE Wo make irfeution ol this, particularly, for tho ficucfit of any who may feel inclined 10 help us with this (und and arc not citizens of tho counly. Mr. Moselcy moved thaf a commit- too of two be appointed to solicit and procure subscriptions to the fund, and that u more llian the necessary a mount be raised, thut tfie committee he empowered to reduce each sub scription prorata. And tl.o chair ap pointed as this committee Messrs. J M. Mclnnis and Miguel Pol, when upon nio'.ion, tho mectiug jidjourned tine die. E. P. GRIFFIN, Melanctiion Smith, . Chairman. Secretary. Rascals Roundabout. On Mon day night, some rascal, not having a fear of tho devil before his eyes, broke into tho back room of Drs. Jlclnnis and McLcod's offico and "went through" a trunk there, belonging to Mfc. II. 1. Taylor, but the anticN pated contents (it being Chris mas Times) being on tho back ol the owner, the burglar was foolod. Not so, however with the chaps, who cut the ropes and removed Mr.jOauso's trunk from behind the hack in which he was riding from the depot on Christmas Eve night. For Mr. GauBe had just arrived from New Orleans, and like all dutiful and af fectionate husband should do, had brought his wife some presents. And when tho trunk was found in the woods a day or two aftor, the jewelry and dresses were gone. On Christmas day Mr. Albert Dclinas, found himself- minus aome clothing and boots which had been taken from his store, but found all in the woods atterwards, exeepting a pair of pants. Oub Timber Business. Mr. Shool bred has for a short time been em ployed, in connection with Mr. Durel of this place and the house of Bcrcier and DeSmet of New Orleans, in getting out hewn timber and spars for the Englich market, no has charge of the "getting out" of this timber, and informs us, that since Jnne he has gotton out 1800 sticks averaging 85 cubic, cr 50 lineal feet and 15 heavy spars. The business is just in its incipiency, and will doubtless be largely increased by the plan of letting it out by contract, which has been adopted. . , Mr. Durcl informs us that the English merchants a re inquiring if they cannot ship cargoes direct to this port, in the vessels they send for tho timber. A wharf at - tho rail road bridge which no doubt the Cain pa ny would soon build could receive the cargoes, and thence they could be transported to Lew Orleans or Mobile, if wo had a Custom House, with appraisers. fcc; but now ihctfc, aud all oluor vessels bringing M t 1 tt !' UM f il If fnl.fn, Umi fionf ( Mf ti H ''' W1"1" M..f lfml Into n'lff fiiion It ! I'"' , t'lH f I'HvCrtTVn- Wt (Wrl of I'nMiit l.t fiff of K liff (ifr A t fl tft lh Pitl'M' T T'tM of Ida rll" Knf' fc iNtd Iff fitffnimfiil of lf' I. ft (Wfl nnfioiifte ll.t prtfponn MfM of f,n r'onfifi filfl IW'fl until 7V.-I, Ihn 1ht of Mr1 ft! I Tli pi-hlifl will fi.(ly niertmid )ii r'ie whkh !m9 innd-i lid hfe'xff, The fifiMiieinl pniiio, wliieh lm f"f lh lant 10 inoiiilm pnralyieil ld liimincM) of tmy ffl tlou of llii ronntfy and Kuropft, h provfnled ihoiHHmln from luviotinil In lickol Tli rpideiuicn prr.vailiiijf nlmoil the cntiio .onih have cut off a Iha And ava table market, And, bfi, the pqblio judging from the tffecl of iIipho csuhcii have fxjicoled a pout- tionciiient and have declined to invent without a more positive assurance of the drawing taking placo on a fi.xrd day. All Interested desire a full draw ing, but for tho reasons just stated this could not bo had on tho 3d ol December, but tho short postjiorio mcnt new announced ail! secure it. The management have met with unprecedented sucews. The sales of tickets, tho proceeds of which have already been received, amount to over a million dollars, with a cumber of agencies in this country yet to hear from, and all those in Europe Thus a drawing (scaling tho gifts one-hall) could be had now, but the management deem it best to have a postponement and a full drawing. This postpo8cmcnt assures the sale or all iho tickets ond A FULL "RAWING. That this determina-l 11011 win meet "Vnufms i'i''WioH oi ncany every ono interested is made oppartnt by tho very numcr ous Jotters received from every sec tion of this country ond the Canadas asking for a postponement. This action of the management will work no detriment to ccy but will bo for tho good of all. By it the fortun&te tickot-hulJora will re ceive their gifts in full while it will not affect thoso who do not draw gifts. Iu making this announc m'ent the management emphatically state that thcro shall be.no further postpone meat and to this er.d all ngems will bo imperatively required to clo.-e up and transmit their accounts ti this offico by tho 21st of March. TIIOS. E. BRAAILETT, Agent Public Library Ky. The Romantic Story of Ainee Dubuc de Rivery. Josephine was not the only woman of .Martinique who left that ibland to share a throne. Even moro ro mantic than her story is that of Aimce Dubuc do Rivery. Wo can give it only in outline. On a gentle slope of a high mountain near Fort de France France, tho summit of which is more than four thousand feet abovo the lev el of tf.e sea, was in former "years a very valuable sngar estate, tho prop erty of JVf. Dubuc do Rivery. He was tho possessor of considerable wealth, and had formerly been an officer of distinction in the French army. In the year 1766 his daughter Aimce was born. At an early ago she was sent to the convent of the Ladies of the Visitation, at Nantesj France. At this establishment she received a finished education, and was considered one ol the trcst beautiful and accomplished ladies of her time. At tho sge of eighteen she was sent for by her parent. Under the care of her governess, a lady of mature age and capabilities, she embarked, iu 1784, on board a French ship for her native land. When tbey bad procee ded as far as the island of JVojorca the vessel was attacked and captured bv a pirate, and Aimce Dubuc de Rivery and her governess were taken prisonors and convoyed to Algiers. Here she was fcparated from her gov erness, and sold as -a slave ' to the Dey, who had become enamored of her beautiful person. Although she was surrounded at this time with all the luxuries of a magnificent Eastern establishment, she refused to be attir ed in the costume of the barcm, and Burccssfuily resisted all the advances and importunities which the Dey prac ticed to obtain a return of Lis love. Ia order to graiify a feeling of re venge, and to ingratiate himself into the good graces d his sovereign, the Dey of Algiers Bent our young hero- Line as a present to Selim 11L, Saltan of Turkey. At tho seraglio her mod esty, beauty, and accomplishments ytfM'l (nt ht IM M f"t f iMM, t4 Uff 0f"Jl"f', f) fn lM r1'of of l' I onfh t"r af i jofti. fd Of, ffl.U II. A f (f, r-feifiion f"ft UM It wm lr, I. fn lo mi? if ' t1, afi'l aVfl ilfi Mlnfiii iiVff a lof m,n wl.o rf'l If, tmtUm frffl'of iini nffl a voir- uf frw (fKfiM, (id ftf liefp In f,( rir,omril4 of Iff f. J!fi prlnnnori an-! eiid'arfif'd 1tl tl,m, I'l 'iri o,f inTMi.in nhffi li4 t4 hK't,j( and r.mifilrisf kewilf n II. f) linfp, llifl r ullan, who Un tir hefoffl fpn Of hmtfil of f,rf, ftappowif In pn nonr ll.fi aporlifinnl rnU died lo imi-ie, ifin MriliVfi tM frenled l-y a f.not, plulndf, ealllf, led toil!, enliroly finw lo hint, nirvj. In rnefnlioiiHy a urilo Irorn an ojr with which hi wm f.iniiliar, If )4 dijrply InterfHlwl, and on wiling m tho owner of (he voir lm wn tt amazed und ontrnnced wlfh Iff mod cMy aud k-a if-y that ho leinkrly n quired Into lierlilnlcry. Hrr replies affected him lo such a degree that ho dclerminnd lo mako hor his Hullsna, and after several Interview commn nicntod lo her UU Intention. Tho gentleness and rfcrve with which ho approached her ond his great per sonal bcaufy worked on hor heart, and she foon came to entertain feel ings of love for hlrn. Sho wan In n short time proclaimed Sultana Validi. On the death ol Solimlll. herson, Mahmotid II., was proclaimed the reigning sovereicn of the Turkish' Empire. The blood of his mother which coursed through his veins, and tho instruction which sho had Instill ed into his mind, contributed in a great degreo to produco the amelio ration and improvement of the people during his reign. I From 'RiinjblPB in Mrtiuinn." in i JuntiAPv narpfir's. 4 WEEKLY 8E.MI-WEF.KLY i DAILY. THE VVKELY SfV l ton vruMy known lo r. qnire nny pxi ended riTniunieiitlalioii-lmt t 9m -tinH which huve nlreailr fftrrn it fifty thonmifil ruhtMTilieis, Httd whii-li wi'l, lnif, kiT it ramiv tlmnauiuh morn, nr liriell" h follow i If ia n Hi'Dl-rHlitian'niMp(r. All tlionnr ofth w'lt l.e f ttml in ib. uimdeiiHPrf n-huti nnifii porliiiit. at-h full leiiLftli whan -itf Diffiient, and ulwvrf prcm-iilfd in 11 ulnnr. iufrlligil le, und in-tL-ri-Hiiinr intiiK-r. It U m fii-,t.!HiH iHini'T pnp.p, fnir of afiArfainv? hif. uh'l iiiKt i-ii-ilve ruii -iit fif rvory Vind. l.nt riuhiii.iii iKi'liii'i; tlut -un trlfi'nd lli mtai deli rwiiH mitl Ki;riiiiiNni tume , It in 11 lit-Ht rile t(.irf inpi-r. Tfm li.-st tiilea and roniHiici-rt t, cn'i-piii lite ii'iftp ri' rumftill w it-t l-ii und It-ilily irillletl In io H.- liiBH lirNt-i-tir- iiuriiilfif:.! pNuir. 1'h mol fit-liHitd iimtt-tii-fivff Hrtirl- B t.n iiirrit-nUtirul io ii - ri'itttiHi lv itpfn-Hr in IhU i!-pHrllilMit. ! in uu iiinein-Hfh'rif jmlitii til purer, llnnciti( !. li- pHr:y it : .1 wunrinff 1111 l-ill:i-. Il fllltl fur ptiiii-iple, Htiil It. i- iIih tft'fi-.H f 1 lie t.t mnti . - Ilii-'-. ll v p citilly ilnvufi'S iiM er.i'rvif-s lo ihn fxpopitin ol 'Iim rt'nl ntiiiipti,niitjiritiiitw wwik. i-litli.l ilinii-i- ullr vi'Milti'V, Hltil tlin-Hffl to Uli- ' tli i-iuiuH ri-pti'-lii h'i iuNtiiniintin Hliir-ihir. It It.ii no li'Hr oi ktiiived. and ni-kd uu laiVwra from llit-i r Kttppo-ii-iii. ll. rt-uiilii 1 lit; liiahiiiiia fur tliu uitif unit ( iii.-dki'ft. t'tir ihn itmn. enpi ittlly die milki'DBiir. kt-tB, 10 whirh 11 puyn pHiiii-utitr Htti.Mtitia. -Kiiiiilly. ii in tlii L-lteHp.!.! pnp-r pn.linhf1. O 14- ilt.llnr n year wilt Kentro it for hiiy ilmrnbf ll in im-i iiwi-nwirv 1 1 (jet up H olnh hi oriter to Imve TUB WKIvKI.Y M.'N nt Iltir.ti.. Anr tnc wit.) eutl B ritigle dullnr will get I In paper tut- h year. We hnvo 1111 triivtfltl"jf BMiitB. Tin Wrrkly Sa. titflil puiree, tfty-eix rajltiuiti.. Only M.OO uytnr. No ilmtoonU froni t'rtiin tliie rate. 1'hr Hi-mi-U'ei lilr Hem. Siinie (iu M the Dnily tiim. no h yer. A diecouiit of IM per cent. 10 clulmof Oorover. The Onilj Hun A nrii fonr pK wrwi paper of tweiitr eijiht columiie. Dtuly rirmhi linn over I Je.niW. A II the ne w for S oenli. Bob rcription price ill cents a month, or f II a year. To clnliit of 10 or over, a aimtonnt of '10 P" eent. Addrem, (, Jlrw Jfrk Clir OY&l fit PkOTECT YoKB Bl7Ii.IilP... WHICH MAT BB DONE WITH OKB rOCTOTI 'THE fSCAIi EXl'ENKB BI P8INO. Ciliatra' Pmetiil Mlaia Falt. AGENTS' WANTKD -IN KVEKY TOWX. A twfliwtylHuvaii cheap liiiiK'e, and by application of tli ilate mail to lust from S to 25 yara. Old ronfi can bj pathched and coated, lokiitff mncli belter ana (Btiur louder than new ebinijleB wiuioM tne Slate, for Oar-Thlrdl tin Caai mt Re-Halagllaa. The expenVeof BlatinK new 8bingle it oiiiy aliont the coat of duply laying .T.' bite ia Paoer auitet apark or yinj embers, aa may be eaaily teeled to any one. atw nppeara from the Uu that Inearatieaji. I make the . . Pk. Tartar aa far H. For tin and iron it haa no eqnal, a It ex panda by bent, eontmota by l. aod or eralea. For tVmelery fencea )t i; uartteatar ly adapted, aa It will not eoirode in Iho nioet ex po,ed place. Boofe eorerfd with Tar Sbeatin Kelt can he made water-tight at a ioall eipe" The Slate l'aint ia Kxtremrly Cktaa! two (fallona will cover a hundred ,V'r? , 1 KhiiiKle roof, or over four handred of 1W ' " Iron. Price reudy for one 8U oenU t' J""?".' milk a liberal ducmnl lo the trait. n"'" ami apply the material for 12.30 per 1UU q" feet in New York and in vicinity. Na Tar i ia taia ""''"'h. therefi.re it does not affect the water from ma roof. It tn rued etf from the cirmm fur we urn one or two raina. - , , w i. The Paint haa a very he"'? y- J" eaeily applied wUb a 4 or 6 inch pafU brnah. Oi; decayed Bhinglea it Slla i-p the hoieaan porea, hardtna them and aivea a new p2m. tint roof that will hat for year. Cnrkj lor warped Bhiiixlea. it brine th" keen, ibem there. It Hll up Ml hole. lTr Kelt 'oofr, and .top. the leak., on' c" " equal to live of ordintry paint. y i. The color of the Slate when flrrt appliea dm-k purple, ebangine- iu abjnt aroma to a light uui form elate color and ia .i-a. Ta all tatrpieaaa P'P : , 1 Although aelow dryer, mm will no anew it the haet on hour after applyin. . Package, aent to any part, t the tonatry tf Exyrerc. O D.,.t lb. l?'mmk If lea. than vallona, or u " ",iVnrj. a. freight the money utT accompany ,B W Ll... Cemem fur large kolea or '' Lgj 1 Gal. and fan, !. I Gal. uud Kg. W il - . . .3S I 5 " ' . , US i .. . S50 at " (BarIJ-l6,eO I BAKKkU Koofs exumined. eetironte. given ana -- lirt n nun. . l l,nv required, will be thoronj-'lt ly rep nuilea. tmiera reepeeuo" . i.iinna froaa . Kor.infon.tioa.jo,r.dU? tnmrance v,o.-, im ---- kadiog Kew.pieia, or iur wiu aiate, 7? SLATE BOOFISO Ctt, No. Oder ht. w lrk VT- Or C. n:-AKUSLEK, . . DwU-lla lo. l'"'"1' w I I J' -L. .