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ISAAC 21 JULIAN, Editor. AT MAKOO, TCXM- riATUHDAY NOV.KUSSit. fEntrred at framil Clan Malt ' the PuHofficeat&w Mriu$, 7xati The. LoiubvUIo Oonirer-Journiil in dicts the breaking up of tho "nolid south." . The advantages of nominuting Um cock irmteiul of Tilrton are not no obviouB now as Uicycemoil to a grout umiiy persons not loug p-inco. Wonder how thoRe Democrats at tho South who were ready to go for (Irani last npring, liku hii Into bloody Bhirt oarapnign for G.irfieUlf On the 5th kistunt MrT W. D. Cleveland, of Houston, sold a dingle t:il)lo of nearly 1,800 bales of cottou to one buyer, the heavinut single t:i bio, tho Post thinks, disposed of in tho state this swuon. John C. New wivh tho Louse of representative of the forty-seventh congress will stand, Republicans lull, Democrats 132, Orocubackers 5. The not Bcpublican working majority iu tho houRO will bo 19. Tho senate tie. AU Northern States excepting Nevada will givo their eloctorul votes to Garfield. Tho Doiuocrutio major ity in Novadu is 400. ' JUoruta is conceded to the Democracy, bnt the full result of tho election is yet un known. ,' HoXeiriug to tho U. S. senatorial uention in this slate, tho Sherman Democrat says : '-The question, and tho only' qnostion worthy of true fitatesmanship in, which will best serve tho interests of tlio state T Ap ply the test and leavo all personal considerations out of tho qnostion and boo if anything will be gainod to tho country, if tho iutorost of Texas will bo more carefully protected nnd nnd guarded, if tb.6 domocratie party will gain additional strength aud usefulness, by a chango of senator; if yeB, then mako the chango regard Ihhs of personal fooling or consider ations ; if not then wo submit tint it js woll to let well enough aloue." Ova telegraph reporters appear to believe ail interest m loo election on tho 2nd has ceased. At least we judge so from the moagrcnoHs of the reports pivcn. "A JNew lorK clis patch to the westorn aasociated press on the fitu mst., However, Hays: The house of representatives will stand : 140 republicans 141 demo crats and G grocubackers. The sen ate stands 87 republicans and 31) democrats. Republican governors nro elected in Colorado, Connecticut, Illinois, Kansas, Massachusetts, Michigan, Nebraska and New Hamp shire ; democratic governors in Flor ida Missouri, New Jersey, North Carolina, South Carolina and 'Texas, with Tennessee still in doubt S:m Antonio Express. New York, November 3 Tho Evening Express gives the follow ing account of a meeting this morn inj? between Generals Hancock nud McClellan. For a man who had met tho one crushing defeat of his life, Genoral Hancock sustains himself nobly. At !( o'clock "this morning be went to his official headquarters, mid w.is Boon imerscd iu daily military correspondence. He had read the morning papers at breakfast and knew the result. Not a word fell from his lips, and not a movement of his impassive face iivo token of the emotion within. Two or three vini tnrs called and wore received by General Mitchel, in tho otliee. At JO o'clock a ferry yacht brought over t. Governor's, Inland 'a gentleman who had once himself tasted the bitter experience of a soldier can didate for presidential honors, Gen eral Grjo B. M "Clcllan. It whs it kindred feeling doubtless that drew theso two meu together. "Weil Gen eral," was the visitor's only greeting. "Mac, I am gild tj see you," rea ponded H.incork. ''I am Hurry, bnt un'.y for tlvo people nnd the piirty." jDilior visitors withdrew, leaving the two generals nlono. ! Tho un came up as unual y.-lcr-day morning :our beautiful river con tin'im it uW towards tho sea, busi iicKg is proim-M u as maul, uud thero is nothing to denote tliat the country lias ju;t emergeil fr-mi a pv.it political btmpie, Kive a broad ening of Mine tufs and a !-ngtli-n'.ni .f others. The "oulV claim tait the cauntry is on ihc Ti-rg.- ofruin.nlt bosve.lou.vl.y coa-j vorfang thonj m'o -.nn tue -,u i to whoia tha country mlwjys pr. f pcrous, forwteU the ult r d.tinci..n ' of the weUtire ol tue i.-p:e if cainga M mile, lait uw i..-,a Uto j a.T or Tht. ,,;irH tlic Kr.-d ce ever wnce the r. pnbl.e m M Vn ;tm liv-H n lined: founde-L bnt the j p'.c have fur i , f w una u j. .wvU-d rived the result of all I'rtnw w.th- o hiV).,,tK. ,rufc ..rk ui.d kl! c.p-l-out eipernc Jig iy rnnn ir-jj m t J.c ir . m,ti.s.ji T.ieaee ve tt; c'ang.- of 1V . AdUj f WttHtDiny hive r-a civle by a ,-iiaga ii'i one r.p.--t- nny bT : " " ' " " b3ea kwt ra mth-. an I w- re n A ' I tlc l t ootir.- tri't thrrc ret tired of the rei.Til.be t-dy!i:J U- i:iu-4.lmN-a n. nfniu-i. 1 -t a eirpe or ni;r-hy Ntipylnuja-nr r -.!-!- wrt" jiu-J-nr. . hec&raw the rubliaui btr :b- '-a-fhit-n' trM-aM-rc'"''""! f-!i tieir fircid'tt Wt do txA j m -ar-. Ii itwm f t? btitve tie fOUutrr ,s to tw ; ut f th- Tle irrp"rt:"' r":.T -l-xr.;tiots Jj'W.-e" Hry imi lit, ri-tl b-.tical fc2Sat. ll n :v v,-!i Y-'rT in u Jfjrt . I KOII WAN.. MU I OK. (Regular orraapondvtte of ihafois "araa.1 W'asiii.noto.v D. U. Nov. 3. mL Trobably tho result yostord'iy will bo attributed to a thousand dilVurunt causes, but among them all of us will agree Unit threo or four rank first in order of influence. I trot, and most important, was opposition to a "Solid South" as representing a, ques tion as to the iu violability of the Union. Beyond doubt this idea that somebody in tho South was led to overthrow tho Government, aud would bo aided by a Democratic victory, turned tlio scale in many States. I do uot think sensi ble peoplo iu tlio North gave much at tention to such uonscuso until Gou. Grant began to preach it from tho slump. There are thousands of peo plo in tho North educated und igno rantwho iuvariably think of Gnuit and uo ono olso whenever tho ufl'iirs of tho country aro mentioned. It is not worth while now that the election is over to quarrel with tho supersti tion. Next in importance, as an iwmo, was tlio labor question as affected by tho tariff. The votes of operatives in mills, workshops, and factories, turned tho scale in several states. An impression wus abroad, false, of course, that control by tho Democrat ic party party meant froo trado and reduction of wages. Hancock's election meant no such thing, but, no matter who should be elected a re ductions of wages was sure to come. Thoso thousands who voted for Garfielp to prevent it, and who per haps changed tho face of the election, will find, during the next year or so, that they voted Against tho inevita ble. Third in importance among the causes leading to disaster was the putting of ex-senator Burnum at the head of tho campaign. Ho was never fit for leadership. It was Tilden, not Hirntun. who achieved victory in 1870. But aside from the question as to his fitness, ho ropre sented in tho public mind, much that was thought to bo irregular in the previous campaign. In connection with this subject of campaign mauagoment I wish to say a few words. In tho minds of hon est Democrats thero is an objection always to mero "mauagoment." A control authority, authorized to pass on questions about which it can know nothing, is repulsive. Tho State Committuo, or, bettor, still, tho Dis trict or county Committees should hereafter control matters in their own neighborhoods. When any thing is needed in tho way of speak ers or documents thero should bo a committee, with headquarters in this city, to supply what is wantod. The practice) of "bossing" a campaign in thirty-eight States, from any ono point, is a failure. It might have good results ouco iu a hundred times, but hardly oftener tlian Unit. At this timo I write on AVednof.- Inv nx.i-ninir it, seoms certain that 0 both Houses of Congress aro to bo returned to tho Republicans. This, though mi evil, is a less evil from tho fact that Garfield will bo a far better President than he has been Congressman. Tho instincts of the general are all right. As one of a body of three hundred men ho h is rw.v,.r lw.n uliln to fix nr.wrly his own personal responsibility, and has tliiiiirs which ho oilL'ht 1 uot to havo done. As President, he ! will, I have no matter ,.f .l.ml.f. Hl-ll Ilia le.-n and do tlntv ill a I "v way ti astonish hiB friends nnd Democratic enemies. He will be just in all things. .The defeated candidate is proba bly the best soldier tho war produe ed oil tho Federal side. ' His Con servative politic.il ideas at one time, uud his soldierly honor at another, t. nt him iliuin-r tho civil war from tho high preferment whica others ! i - - grasped for. He bos ideas us cnur U) oct. N. V. Suiu as crystal on the subject likely to be j ,k,t evidences o: important i tho country for eh Hn(,r 0,,r of Amm,,u dvii timo. Ho is not only an able soldur ; u iti m js n;.r,1(l j,y ,1,,. marked g.sid but a man of highest houor. He , Kr, T ,v,i,., fiiar.ta-icriw.! tho prwi can wait four years. Dum. j.I.ntial lc"tion so i.ir as known. With the ex eption of mi emoryotie A 'en'..iu:m jut from New Itr .i.ii:,-ji mvs the luUnialioii u t u st ruction iraiiih re.wuoi toe iiuad .-. r.v. r nt V-w J'r illli;e.s several ! ,l-.v.i kt-..l .av awaiting fie e m - li-lctK'U of the ; of ,ht. u.111H.,.lry l.ri.l- t!ll.v ,j r.ter. ii.e ,, , . luiiu .n..- u,x- N-.-u .. v,i M,.t M..iM.r-iy lrW - , t , Bs t j v lT ..l m i.i t irr c-TTLirr. H n try Itciulillrn ami "fa. Hancock, Tho Chicago Tribune say si "Gen. Hancock lias boon, treated throughout the campaign with tho consideration to which Ins position, character and past sun-ice entitled him. The exponent of Republican sentiment have been content with denouncing tho vicious record of the Democratic party, and pointing out tho peculiar incompetence for the ollico of president wnieh tho Demo emtio candidate exposed by his pro fessional miiittry career and tho few political utterances which have ap peared over his own n:imo." Falsehoods liko this should bo withhold until they get a little age. To present them when the facts in tlio case are still fresh in tho mind, is simply adding insuit to injury. Re publican organs an J orators did not, indeed, have much material, but tho deficiency was supplied by vigorous and vindictive invention. Gen. H.uicock had not been nominated three diys before tho loading Re publican organ of tho countay tho Now York Times abused him in a way that disgusted even its own party. Smaller organs followed this examplo to the bent of their ability, and everything has been done in the way of hdicuie anil vilification that could bo done. It has been demon strated to tlio complete satisfaction of all good Republicans that Gen. Hancock is a combination of knave, fool and traitor; that his services during tlio civil war were of smallest cnnscduciico, und that if ho was at Gettysburg at all, ho did nothing there which could not havo been much better done by somebody olse. The disgraceful elimax was c ippod by the now historic attack of Gen. Gr.int upon his brother in arms s an attack which, we are glad to say, has no paiullol in tho history of Ameri can nolities. Not a Republican or- cran or orator in tho liuid eoudemned that dirtiest of dirty work. On the contrary, most of them iudorsed it in words and the rest by their silence. It wrs accepted, and pub lislied far and wide, as the best kind of Republican ammunition ; and we suppose made a few votes for Mr. Garfield which ho is probably very proud of. Of course, neither Grant's ;rSnd, nor anv other Republican ' mud, has stuck to. much less soiled, tho fair fame of Gun. Hancock. Ho has emerged from the terrible ordeal ab solutely unscathed, without blot or blemish upon his record. But for this ho has to thank, not Republi cans, but himself. His character and reputation werj invulnerable, and to these alone he owes the position he occupies ti.-duy in tho estimation of the country a position worm more than the .presidency. tit. Louis Republican. Justice to Gun. Hancock. Wo copy t!io following pungr.ip'a from tlio leadlii'' columns of that Stilwnrt Republican journal, the Troy Times : "Poor Hancock is to bo pitied. Although a weak, vain, ambitious mm, ho was !oj good a soldier t be slaughtered by tho Democratic parly." This is unworthy of even a G ir fiold advocate after election. Gen. Hancock is not weak or vain. Ha is an able, just, upright, noble-maided man ; nnd if he ti id been weak, the battle of Gettysburg might have ended very differently. Neither is he ambitious in the low sense intended by the above slur. His ambition is perfectly himor able, because his first thought is to servo his country. No design of promoting dishonest cronies or base-hearted parasites, no scheme against tho pubae treasury, enters into it. S;i?!i ambition as his is deserving of nothing but rsspost uudndmir.itw.il. N'jit'wr his ho baan slaughtered bv the pu-:y waieli uomiir.tua him at C.iviim-iti. ilo lus bo.-u supported 1.,-mvstlv and manfully by tile Demo cr.itic masses. A clear majority oi tllC popular Sllliratfcn in nf- .. f it iiniM-ecciienieu uiur.'ii.uro uuu oi even u'heoiu iwii-'". j discouragement, they have 1 him so near to an e.eetum that the Republicans have nothing to exult over as respects the margin of their suecchs. They have won thr m ?h the iiv-ompeteii'-e, stupidity, iiK-anufhis, cr'trcuchcry of sa-eohtd Democratic leaders lu-re ill this city. But (Jen. Hancock has every roasoii to be proud of the support he bus received; and the Democracy ueeil n,,t hp iiKlmmed of the iraUimt can- j w!u)m t) h.lVlJ 1, . fai.e .1 Hw. T turee t rv ii u itiluaiiliiTi t. w v hen- in l i ii.u i-w i-"-" " i . c i'''.u 1.1 w.t:i n.n'e l or.Ur A oti tie:: -t ; n'C l:. Ii 0:i th- 2ml N.nvmb. r the moillt 1,1 III ITini' r. Jl "t --.4 ib- I.-., ". ';") not imi cd tc niii'.iimiai miy "liy in ' til- fv.M t--n til-t'..utrislili; lbs with Ibe jH-rliirb.it ion tint! ' nvtallr ntfeii I ' '.ions m other : Minima Uie Am in-an jn- !.. Ii iv. re:i: -n t. W jr.:iii f t.u-ir idHibi-uce i to lit- Mi-.l iir.br. which! in ai a' -.iT.irf"l ti.U-;:x- nf th- ir abi i'y f,f in-lf e nirinii lit. L'i i.v.-t m Ncwa. ;ar!h!4 IV?r uii-m. Cvnii'"!- tl.i. Nnv.uiUr 10. (U I'-'t rl- ljrm.ivl thi- tv- ifnis'.i -n 'f J-ts- A- t'm'"-""! i" i.niu!r i-t fr.m li l'.':";i 0'.a. .limt. lit- r:t f -rtn : 1. t- f.J t; vi.ji y U li- i 1 IhIit. (5r'-7 .ti n ;i " 4'apmlai I'lid.' Milp Hallway. Tdo ciinllflo Aoirncaa of Ihn veck rflulsini two lull io illmlntioo.' of l.'iiuin Kdi' pruocd railway lor ir iu urling hiptaud ilieir Onrtoacro roiiiiuuuu. C-ii Kud.cluiin. b liia plan to beablo to- uku lojuud alnpa ol lb lariaal lou i.uuu iiuiu (.um tjM.MU iu iba oilier acio-a itiu lniiiu.ua ul 1'auatDi, a readily aiby vaiial alur ilia Jioui-pi plo and a uiuvii lurs vual lor vumuuring eookiruouou. 'J lio iinjeut u vcruiuiy bold aud. in kBiiiuu., aud ilia pr.'jvuturauiicipfiitiuo eriou Oithculliu. iu currying forward ilie euU-iprihtt. 'J'liu vunNViiiga rvler ti-d lo iu ilio (eituufiu Anifrieuu ahow l l,o inuiiori-d courtruclion of not only the unruad, but I lie appliaucri lor iruaii-rriiig ilia alupi Iroui l no wuior iu lliu rail. Ia additiuo to the largo number ol viitiraviiiiia il.Uhlianvo ul enKinrvriug wurka, iiivoiitiuim uud ucw uocoreriuM wluuli upA.-ur weekly, tlio Pciouiifio Amneuu luaat. durum I bo piift ycir iltv.HiiJ onuaiuerii I let-pace lo illuairat lux uud tleM-ribm eii.idifhiuouia Uo voied touilfauul iiiuiiuLctiiriiig iuJua-iru-s. '1 hi fe;iiuro lm added very much to i bo u tirix'i i vcik-kh mill uelulnea ol jhe pupcr. More IIind tiny ol tho nioat iro portunt iinlii-lriul catnbliibiueoU of our oouoiry liuve been illuiirateil, aud I ho nrni-oiiMtani Ilia dilleruut nianntnotliri'S di-scr bod in it columns. The S ieutific Ann ii un bus been pubhrhrd lor mora limn thirty four yura by Mun.N Si Co 37 Park lt"w. N. V.. and hua attained a lurecr reokly rirt-ulnljon Ihun all ainiilur n-ini-.n nuhlinbcd io the country. Tho pu hi-bcrx nsmrfl the publio llint tlicy bnvcnoi printed Icaa than 50,000 a week tor novo nil mnnlha. Jal IU" I bluff A croat. New York houno whose pcc- iul huaiui-Ka it i In imuister to I ho wuuta of bumuiiity, bus hit upon the hnppy dcyico ol orrunning the dinerenturile e hie lor iiilln to ull clustea aud cuu dilioca of lucn. women aud chihlreu. each under iis proper heading; and ol nnlili-hiiiff a cniiilileto 8-riei ol illu trillions, duKCriptiunn, nud prices ol the b:miiii. 8oinn i.lei ut tins miuitude of thin work iiiuv bo cuthcrod Irom the he.t that it oceupiea Oli InrRO quarto pmen, mo.'t of which uro poaitivcly ni-ninnicd wiih 'illuslrntions nnd doscrip- licins. Willi n work ol thin kind one can sit down nnd cxnniiuo al leisure tlm whnlo ruiico of noisiblo oilts of eve r.v kind ; mid cm seltct a presont tor tlio one bn ilelie'its to honor, without ihn liminiinir for that In morrow, when too inti. hn will betmro toseoaouioibiiiii Ibnt would buvi! bem more puitiililc Or if i bi d-n'rilil" to loarn the spec-i-il loiiR;nR nf any individual, it. will mi'v In. nroiuKnrv In l.tavo tliii bonk on ilin aifiinir nioni table, nnd bo Kuidud by f lie oncnminini pinscd npnn nny pir ticul ir nrticlc by tlio indi vidual in qucs "Ti a I.idy foi d of fincy work? Bo hnld an assort uiot nf design ooinmen unit 1.11 (Tii-icnilr in show tlio stitch and puttnrn. nnd sent with till mntcrinlH for tliiihinir on receipt of price. Or lonus her until for por'onnl adornm in's ? On tlinir nronnr n-nrefho miy ace tlnvi-ri- est lovo of bonnets, tho latest tilings l i jewelry, tlm lt ftylii in dress; nay, nenn tlio nrnvcrhial ruinv dny is provid- cd for. mi l nn nssortiiinnt of umbrellas fi-uro in il"i nlnni. Aw tlio younpnr niinihcr of tin f.nnily foeking presnnis for im hp.-ii U? Ln thnm onk lit thc-io ilvor ten ils at nil prices. thofl dinner jervii'ca of French china, those jirilin iorps. nnd coffee cups nnd slinvini? sots, nnd wilkinir oano i never endine cntn Ionic "f H incs that m.mima. and pipi will ilelii'li n pnBeps. And as for the eliil!rn Heaven bless 'cm our cnl ninns nrn too short to cmvey a have i.let of the wniH.h nt giod doseribe'l for the! r delretati' n And ln this wntvlrons bonk how mueli ? W!iv nn'y fi'tecn cents. Tt. is tlie win'T nitni!"m''lhii Fashion Qiit trh'. nn-l Klr1i Brothers of Ivt-lith -enii". Vew York. n tho cnterpris ine nijhlishers. who o!Ter it to nn ap preciative wnr'd. I'nprr Vrili. Not ono of oar friends would rob us ol dollar, yet tin y rob us ot 2 needed io help piy llio expenses of this paper, wheu they lo d u week utter week to ino-o ?hii uro able lo nubsvribc lor it It is ruiher menu lor 'a warm man to .-land with his minority Dart to tlio fire wlicu tho roniii is tilied with thoso who aro cold, but that is not so mean us to iiupoverisii an editor bj keeping a duzoti piisoiis iu a neiglihorhood from tuti scriliiu)! lur u piper by lending it, nnd dius eiiiMiuriiAiiuu u very bad trait, un-li-ns the ono who bortnws is really unable to sulii-oribenud )'.v for bis reading mat u-r. Those win) wish to help nn editor lo usefulness do net lend their valuable piper, but kindly ask their neighbors to g ib-cribo. Is n it this so? Brick Pom eroy. WoNPKittri.LY Interesting. Brick' Pi im ruy has ninHo a great bit with his new piper. Tub (inEAT W'KST which h sinned in Denver last Jure, ami which he sent I" more than 25.IIUI -ub-cribcrs to bis old piper. Po.mkboV s Hr.MocBAT. after it was suspended. TilEtiRKAT West i" hindomn ci'Kht piire paper illus tatcd each week witn views ol I'olur.iiio mines, mouniaiiis, i-encry, etc.. anu is an in nn a woo-if r l'ul:y intcres'inj p-p"r. It is now a -triil.-lip dab imb pendent paper. ahnxc ill pnrtv lines, but it is death nn I'uilcd States hinds and all robherie ol the iniiif. It is sent one vcar for $2. orsix onoies one veir lor f 10. Addrci-a M. M. Pomcroy, I'enver. Colorado. tV'.alar lt-uailanr. me 1 cin-J should Y,ilo ryil).. , ,,wri,, the cms failure and renirdr t shouia cud L,,a tl, rim ncht al'inr. and arpue that , llie msoMoe lial lltrflllinri: cuuc I l.-i.untl all nclit It W lUld tOOU be M , train. It a Het i ril snU JcriDnei. b;. ak d' tra I nCC.I rolll'l anyttriily lr ( i ni l-1 tut iiin.v ItT Now. precisely tii wiy penple act and arrue Hf tlie "liuta in luarhine la nt I OMi-r. I V lien I lit- liver is "lorpid'' and bow j .' r-B t ptid every knO Ih t lr. I' rrT lJin PuriallV'' IVUe'a ! ifld prompt and permiDent reli.1 ; Yrl some cnc tha - mcbiBe'' will r..m-ar.nn lalili.-l.t. 4 d aw:li:lr. r..M ,nv -rsvir nl talsf rcja-nitir I out nl rlrin-l thrn p-'m I--, a m.wnnniM wiih iWj t en r aa ! tii- I it r a v i a -" - - 1 ' aSctfl VM r-f"j IVra Gi!lw Mi"-.l Ul-vTftT .rff llt I'll ll'-Ol I- iHlPl .r.t t:"r!Va. T a r-T-r ' I v linri il . - - , 1 iWoaxao ro-t r ra,,n. vr-.k t K:fc i ;vJiiotru ,7-7 "J i-r.:1 , r. -rt- "- " I f S riri;'. , aaaaaaaaaMaaManaaaaan I J J. I.lpplaicvll'a MBl"e Lippiuootli jlaaaiiuu lur Auvembir oiieua wilb au arliole a Ibe "Kuiua ot t it Colorado Valley." by Alfred l'ery llaoou, i'heM rums ol a oiyier.ou past liave recently LeiD Ike fuijeetol irvab tiploralioua, tliu reaulia t( whiuh ktJ huru given, and niada u ore iumlligb nto by auiuirablu iilufriiiiii. Jciiulu J V uuuv. iiutllur of "Ji.e t'trauiio Art, uuiitiibulaa a cumpiulieui-ivtt mivey ot the' Aria oi luuia. will) iiiiiin-ruua idus 1 1 tmi-, givioii every guid idea ut Ibo t).U'y ! uesigo aud DueueM ot aura UliUnllip eliurueli-rialio ul I'iO KiJaleru rueea. liy way of euuiiiuriaou 'Liuioiiea, aud Us purceluia,' by Uoorge L Cutliu, preseuti us with a view ut oua ol ibo grent ceutreif induatriul art in West aro Kurnpj 'A 1'ivo'al I'oiut.'by Her. Wllliiiiu biker, uepiots graptiicauy the situation in Teiua iu the days ol necessiou, witn unooiiniei sou personal reiuiinscoiiccsot Suni Uoustoii auaotlier prominent clmruoiors. 'Tho Prucibal History ul a l lay, by iiuiiaiii u muo dig, inlroduees the reader into the man nirr's 'den' nud truces the siu-ceivo :i-' by which nn incepted pay is imi r'-ndy lor reprcsunnilioii. J'r. ll. v. Wool's piH-r on 'AntomutiMii,' tl ofit ol two. In n clear and papular pri'scnin- liflD ol biolomcal principles and tacts. How Sho Kept her Vow." by S U W BenJ iniin, prolossps lo be a true nnrrntive of miveniurii during the oivil war. An acreeably written arliclo on 'Ueinrieh Heine.' two uiimsinn short stories hy Oiivo Loaan and Mumsret B Wriuht, Ibo last instalment but ono nf 'Adam and Kvc.' poems by Julia C R. Dorr .tnd Jnho B Tubb. and llieusual Variety of reading in the editorial columns com pleto tho number. It ia announced thai with the nr-xt year this mucninc will enter on n npw scries, the price being ro dueod to f300 per annum and 25 cents por number 'JIauoalun Feiuar U u lovo llory oi ptuuuuucuu airuugih ua gieal luitr- isi, It is uu etluii tuily wuriby ui Kunlu Zulus bigii repuiuiiuu; ut mo Baiue tune nine, u is luoru ul ii uovui nd loos a Btnea ul p.uiures tbuii lliu other wurks ul the (trout Freuuu ruuliai, U has a well uuusirueloil plut, Wlnuh I dcvulupjd iu a uiasieily lushiuu. i'u plut is umiiiouily onxiuul ; ludeed iu ihoruugh Ireeduiu Irmn lliu liuekuryeu elelileuts ul ticlluu is uaiuuuh u ulpllru as the plot u.-ell, which is muuiigeU Willi such akill Ihut tho ilcuuueiueui eannct be divined until it i reuelieu There is uu page uf tlio atoiy tint will ot be read UiruUfh, ler so eonliouuua is the train ul nhsurbiuit imerust iiiui tho render will not uouauot lo iO.su evou u wul l of tho narrative. Mlagdulcu l' o rat' is a woman wjlh u pin a pmi tmii hallos over her utiu clouds I lie l.uppt uess ot her hlo a pistliial ut leuin rises ns if from lliu tomb nud utnrly overwhelms her. I lie oluirauloi skeioli me iu tho book is izeessivuly viid. The old tiinatiu (jcneviuvc, oveeiuily, is a lurid uud poweiiul eieatiou, uud Miigihilcii, William uud J..qius ure drawn with u musters touch. In shori, iMuuiluleii 1'iivit lias everyilnug lo I'omtueHd it, und should at ouco attain greui luvor with the Auu-rieuii public. The workol translaiinn hiinhecii uilmir ii lily done by Mr. .John Snr.iiitr, who re Droit ui'us Z il'i's uly In with nntul.lu ue- uut'iey an J crcui. effect. It is printed on 0 io listed pipir. and is compete iu oi o volume, piper cover, price locoi.ts. iu un l'iiriii s'yl i with N na ' 'Ii As-1 in irioir,' '(.!lorinila.' A qine,' 'Jl u tie' anil lleli'tie. by Kmile . und will hi- found fur sale by nil Kookn'l crs ninl News Aiicnts, and on nil Hailrnad Trains, or ecpies ol it will bo sent lo any oiib, to nny place, at ouco. on ri milliiiif tho nrieo in n letter to the pub lisher, T. B Peterson & Bruheig I'hiladelphiu, I'n. 'Tub Land of Nod,'1 a Children's Ol'EUKTT . As the nut imu udvatico.-, short nclitig plays nnd operettas and olli- eiiieit.iiiiineiits fur home audiences and honl reircseiitations, always in order nro clamorously demanded. Tho St. Nicholas maeazinc, in promising to keep up a. brisk supply durina tho win ter, specially announces a Children s Operetta for the Christinas Holidays, full of original music, tihlem.t, and On effee'g. It is to be calif d 'Tlio L md of Nod." and has the nouJ point that it can be recited, or sun?, or both, ue ordim! to tho capacity of tlio variou- young performers. Tho Southern Musical Journal, is certainly the bincesl musical homier of tho day. nnd music lonus retienilli so rccard it. N'lid ten cents lor a sice- i.neu October No. und lie convinced. Volume 10 online nees i ll this nmnlb and is u i-im l time In sulisciihe $1 '.'5 a venr secures i t. Adilrcs the Publisher. Messrs, buddcu & Bites. Savannah, Ga. A.NVnonv wanlinit Frink Leslie' Newspaper, New York Sun. any of Hnr- per's publications, fileason's or f"'crib tier's Monthlies or nny other, go :o C II. JfLIANS Nc.vs Pcpot. TO AHt i:ic f tii c:i TUB KitKR PI1RSS U a Icitliitg in?--.(r anS a-lTrnlliic medium, anil h, lltp ifi office wllh In thirl, mllei. ll ha fair aiul Inrri-afclng; rim latlon, uf Ibe bet aort, butn l-a!l and Keneralrt. live paper, devwterf lo iiuinlzratl-.a a-id lb. devrlupmeut auil pTugrt nt ll rum,lr. JefTer ot.ian Drmiicratie la politic. Iit.ly anil i-ttcii paper of tbe county. Sau Hare ibe eount) eal.U a arowln( Ivwn mt nm. I.Mt) InhaMtanl. located an Iba great biibwar Irom AumIb. Iba ranital ol Ibo Stale, via Sal A:torio lo Mexico. thirty attire lim Ibe lortoer and flftj trout lb, latter cite. or. Ibe Interna tlonal Kallroad bick ia amw roaapkted to Ibla otui. ll la aofe-l lor lla roll-if-oa and edaeatlfial prfnleire. and a Ibe crater a flo fvamtr and i-arelteal c ain-atilir: .uirtlbmlfbiiipl Ijp, l.ll mile arro. Ml mrlTmm tht Voe.al tbe eanb al ibo t ot it- aiooiaalao. firailif tho Saa Varrv Heer, aid conrtitatlnc at once a rnt aatoral canity -1 an iorih4tl.le aier aer imM( nm, and fimnn, amrxatli rbmoibaoa IU fmntrr. ill bo apt lo rec-iririre I ra Ik prohelr of the rro TaaiM oao I . a a aoo-taper pMl.ber ol raMera laxj 'a darln (wtreo J-uri.-tT f--v I is." IWeoojber ln.-ib-r b, pr .M, bad ( rr.ai... i. vrti be raa ib- I 'b p-a-o a. u e-i er. b:. rrP 4 "" d-ac- j . tvW ADVERTISEMENTS ! V:io -rTie Wor- t'o . e- ll vtha avor od o.'g7vf C-r- on-a IM blaaat.npr' a K.. ID. KElTH cfi3 OO., ' -DEALERS .V- " V IDoIiIESSEBiDIEE, SHINGLES, DOERS, SASH, DLI VDS, LATH8,&o.,&c. ; Corner Cedar and Ruilroad Strceti, SAN MARCOS, . - . ' . TEXAS. Respectfully invite those wishing to purchase uny thing in their line to call and examine ing located here permanently, we will do our level best to please all who favor us with their patronage. Sept. 25 tf ' :- - - IL. ABRAHAMS BRO. 123 AND 124 PECAN STREKT, AUSTIN", - WHOLESALE ill -AND mmH Ii DOMESTIC FRUITS, SITS. Confectionery. SflflP WINES and LIQUOR FINS CIGARS, CU0ICE BRANDS OF CHE JV'LYG AXD SMOKLYG TOBACCO. Sulo ngcntt) lor the cclehrntcd KAISER BEER, Fr'im the Excclnior Urcwintr Co.. St. Lmim. InipmU'd und finny DvlivuuiuH, uud the lurcjl nwor'nwnt cf Fine (joods in the West. July 17 tlm Jsff.Ttilihinir Order" promptly nitrndfd In rJ3 i . . . . ;j. ' .. .. . jjijjii. SAN MA KCO.S. - . THXAS. DKALEU IX JJ1V- lifl J BSOTSj SHOES, HARDWARE, WW. STAPL1MD PAIET Gilil And General try-Slnr-k lwn.vs coniplute aud lici. 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