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--.-to. ... .r:i:-.: oat . .v:' f- 111 1 ' 1 J J , - a, f . . .. -J ., i . c s v , j m , - . i ' , . - ... . ; '. . . ' ,.; . lw i5Y MS.: HAIIRIET "PREWETT. "Ljo; CITY, MSS;fRIDAY, :VJTOE I5,: i855 yox,i no v ,T; kit. i:- 1 f ' ; : administratoes sale. ..; ; : BY Virtue of an order of the Probata Court of Vuoo county, State of Miss., I will on Monday the 2nd day of July next, before -the Court Huuse door of aaid County, proceed to tell for cash, the claim Jue Jatnea II ' Bell deceased for fees as former Clerk of said Court, fiescribed as follows j . ' , h Fee for Recording Deeds &t. ' , ; , LB Anderson, $160, Richard 'Abbly'.Gl 25, T F Alfurd et al $1 60, Andrew Abbuts 81 S3. Wra Alford $1 25. Winston Banks $2 25, 12 BownYanin trust 81 60, E Bowman 81 25, Hvnry .Bon 81 60, Robert" Bowman 81 25 GANGING;- TCDROFESSOR VEGAS respectfully an- nounces to the, Ladies and Gentlemen of Yazoo City that ha' frill' be ,bere by the 1 5lh of June . ready to comnience. his dan cjnff 8cbool for the Summer, v, '; , " s Yazoo City, June 8..- ' ;V..- -3-tf. PLASTER PARIS 25 bbls Plat' irTs, direct frc.m New York. Just r -ived t ' , ' June h 1855. : : S-GARNlN." PLATFORM OF THE AMERICAN ' PARTY. . . , " OF TDTB STATU Of ' MISSISSIPPI " ' AGENCY OF TUE CUMBERLAND .pe or criminals. , : must now know, and in sympathy to the de nomination of which he has considered so bright 1 ani ornament, f we withhold the reprobation against him which our nrpsent foalinc wnutd . We advocate such a modification of the nat- .warrant. -i m& ; - A uralization laws as will remedy fcthe . existing Below . wift be found a certlScate of Mrs; evils growing but of the same, or in case the tu ;Richarda's character, signed by the leading res rity o" the electire franchize cannot otherwise identsjrf Penn Yan. It is accompanied by the be preserved, then we advocate their total re-. assurance Mr, Wisner that if itbe necessary peal. ; if -r , , ; r . X . ? -'he 'fan procure similar, certificates" from every We advocate the passage of a stringent law,'. community iu which his sister has resided. We by the proper authorities, to prevent,tha irijmi-'give this certificate a place with pleasure, as the gration hither of foreign era w her are cither pan- reparation we can offer fcr tSe wronjy which wb nave oeen a party, and with the announce- iron: works. the. sale of this c our I We shall nsrorouslv maintain and defend the ment that w ? dismiss Mr. Richard from J vested rights of all persons, whether they be nav, columns, as our citizens should dismiss his - me- -f-J . tm twtx fr 1nronnora '-" " 1 ...'.- . mnrrr frnm fkola r.. II G Clackman 8' 25, J W Baruett 81 25, J Uvebt piece jsd Bar W B irnett 81 60, Barnett Ll Leaka 25, J W have riov tons i Prices SMEDES HAMPTON & Co Vickaburg June 8, 1855 Wcitchcs and Jewelry Barnftt 1 23. Brander. Williams Co 2 60 J 11 Burrua 1 00,' Wm lirtttaile 2 60 Amanda J BovarJ 75c, Win J Britain 1 25, Henry- Bond 1 25 B-ichard Bigbw I 00, Geo R Beard : 25; R Bull, 1 25, Tnos B.Balle. 125, Jno. W Br wn 25, Battaile &, Walker 2 Q0, Peter Corbett I 60, R R orbiu 2 00, Coody & VViles I 25. R II Cage et al trustees 1 25, LM Cres weli 1 00, M A Chambr n 1 25, LM Clark 1 60, John Clary 1 60, f U Cage 1 75,'Eliza ,beth Carson 70c, C s Calv-t 1 25, JI A Chambers 1 60, SG , Ambers! 35, Curry & Person 1 75, bsolam Dyer 2 25, Q W Diugh arty ' I 25, R N. Downing et al I 60, John H Dick 4 00. John P Dillinsrham, error, J"hn W Dunnington l 25, E F Emory 1 JVCWEd. ;: yTJST received , and constantly receiving els Lr ated Tennesse Iron V e believe America Rhould be governed by We pubhshedi some weeks affo. the fact that rULLT guaranteed We Americans, effecting the same through the bal- the reverend gentleman had departed for Eu n atoro and wiir alwavs l 't box alone, thd great and legitimate inatni- rope, "for the benefit of bis health." We have keep a f rge and . well assorted stock pd Band. , ment of all political refonn in onr country.' naw only to hope that he will continue his jour And at wholesale will sell at manufacture. : We" oppose and protest against VU abridge- ney to Africa, and stay there. ' .a r i r - - o -V"pv- " ment or reliVious liberty, holding it as a cardin i al maxim, that religious faith is a question be- To the Ediltri of the' New Orltoni Crescent' rween eacn invicuat ani tus uod, an J tnat the Gents Within a favtt nmrra nnr nttontirtn fia a Bible U the great fountain and depository of the been called to an article which appeared in your true religious doctrines of this cou.,. - . ;. papdr- of lhe 13th of March . containing, W will maintain Anrf ripfpnri th llnnctitiittrin ...! .l - ... . . , v, w iiiiiri.MH. wn lr vnn iovai tart . m . . - 0 - at aoi ft a. a Va I 0, wm Kimmett3 aD, Anar-w uidd-zow. i h U. 1 25 gut ana laiesi siyie jeweiry. . ' Sis. tt. vvijuou.v . W S Gravson 1 25. Jesse Gardner 1 00 crt A Garner 1 25. Henrv E Grannis Geo F George 2 00, Q, D Gibbs 6 00, W Y. Gadberry 125, Too E Gar ott J 60. Leslie Gtllam 2 25 Jesse Gardner I 25, W E Grady I 00, WS Of a son 1 25. Jesse S Heard 1 25, Beaufort H.rn 1 25, M B Hamer 1 2r, John F; H.pc ct al 1 00 .R C Hyatt 1 25 D W Hend ricks 1 25 'Oceana Hyatt 1 25, H R W Hill 1 . 60, James Hooter 1 John High 1 25! Holmes & Col 75. JohnTJudkins 1 50 'FA VJohn-' son 1:25, J"hn Johnson 1 25, M A Jenkins 1 25, Johu Ingem ll ,1 25. J V Jackson ' 00,; 3 icob T Johnson 1 25, Stephen Johnson 1 25, J 'ui -.s Bowmart & Binks I 75, Robert Kent 3 . . June 8, 3 ly. Pistols '..Pistols!. V ' S. H. WILSON, v TjT ESPfiCTFULLY informs his oldnhd new customers that he ke keeps eon- Ja-!i i EI Knighfl 50, Rufus King 1 '50, V - J Kirk I 24, John-La-r V25 Lear & Morton 1 25,;M-vy J Kent G5, W: L King 1 25 Richard: Ledbctu-r 1 00, Win. J L,;ke. 1 25 Win T. Lowry'i2.; Stodn.Mi Lua. 4 50, St-phen T Luse I 50,r Lk-&. Karneit 1 50 Joseph W' LHr r 00, John Lear 1 25, Samuel Lemay 2 00; llorry May 2 00, Michael M 1 e 1 25, Maivloville, W alworth J co 2 1 B A Mauley. 1 00, Joseph M ely 25, Robert Mott2 60, R.birt McDowell 1 50 Lemuel C Moore' 1 50, Ann S Mellon 1 25. L B Mav 1 25. Wm Mrtin at n. 1 25, John Morritt 1 60, W V the fines 1 ever brought to this market. A!so,a McCray 2 00. G o Wm Martin 3 00, A II Mor- splendid lot of Marble Monuments, Tombs and tin 1 fin. M.irv IMiir.lock 1 00. Shailrock E firavpstones of the finPst qualiU. Give us a ra lllotii . . . . i xT j ci. . ,i tt . , j ... . v , wvuv , w w uauiavi' i' M thA I Initoii Ktntos a a it la lha II mm iiif ni.a - ' . . - o : i j u r .u i Vl w circumsi inces in connection witb the unfortu- intendedb . our fathers and the, r.ghts of, the ;.nate adventure of the Rev. James Richa-ds," States, without dimiauation; insisting upon, and noticed br-vou in your 0f 0f the 3d and demandmg a faithful p.Tformance by; the Geti- 6th of the 8tme mnih era! Government, of all the duties enjoined up- Iq that articlc ym state among othpT tKwg9 - ' J . " ' . - as fajs. inai in mental auprrution of Mr. R eh. ards was occasioned by his wife's "p'aying him false,'' and as having "descended to the lowest depths of degradation. Now, gentlemen, we are persuaded it will THE POPE'S MPURAL SUPREMA- C - CY. rvM " 1 JPacl Sarpi, ,ae of ithe great pillars and ex pounders of the Papal system," seta forth the following doctrines 'of the Roman church 1. That the Pope has all power; not only pi ritual but also temporal, over. alt the citil 0ov errimeuts of the tcorld, which properly depend on him as., regards political dominion, as subjects and vassals, receiving from him . the tenure of Government,' and the " power of auministratioa in their several States, - ; Vv : . : 2. That he is a temporal monarch In all the wo ld, and that all temporal power comes from God through th medium of the pope, and ii, therefore, subde'egated from him, and subordi nated to him, on which account there lies ; an appeal in temporal and civil causes to the Pope from every civil Government however free and indepdndnt, on hich accouni, also, the Pope t - - , - Oh, Priar-roc? claisV r V " Andcivertbtc,-:Lf , vThe chamL :t so dreary and loncf , -v Where with meek clocsd lips; ' ; -; Andf eyes in eclipse, " My brother lies under the stone,- : . ! : C tiolets, cove; ; . The narrow roof oref, ,; , ; , , , . ph, cover the windd and doorl ; F.of never the lights,- - - Through the long days and nighty Make shadows across1 tb3 floor. - ' . - .. , - -.... - ' - ' ." . ' , - - , rTie lilief are blooming, tha lUici are white; Where his play taanta used to be,- - " And the sweet? iliArrv Wrwcmm.- f vBloW over the bosoms v Of Wrrla. in th rAA nwf.fma ' can establish civil GovernAents and destroy them, and can also niake war; on civil; powers; j When I biear on the bills; the Suout of the gtorin oi wnatever grade; wnen tney are disobedient, In the vallev. the roar of the riven ,. in order t deprive them of their withority and I shiver and shake on the hearth-stone warn.- oppose , We wax with no party as 6uch, but j all who oppose us in these great American dv.c -The principles which we advocate, are para uwum,. uy HK-ai quesuou o otaw poucy ana give you pleasure to learn that this toul charge as the American Party we will make no attempt this jady is merly fa,jem We have peer. WC flnrkftliv IT nriTTrn hnt tVrtm hap ISha a member of a Christian church in this village, in good standing, and wheravcr known is admi red and beloved. j The lady herself is how in Michigan, teach ing ihus earning bread for herself and only surviving child; and without her knowledge we make this statemantas an act of mere du ty to a grossly-injured virtuoos woman. to revive the question of the payment of Union or Planters Bank Bonds; 75 Y AZ00 ITY. FRIDAY, JUNE 16. 1855. REVOLVERS. DERINGER AJND i5KLK C'CKING PISTOLS, : -Yazoo City, June 8 : 3-ly. dominion in one word, that the Government only ii leimate which has the approval of the Pope, and that of which- he disapproves is, on that account, no lawful Government. 3. That it is his province to prescribe laws to all Governments, and to annul , those made by civil, pow rs when he sees occasion, and that be can issue his commands to civil Governments to repeal any of their laws of which he diaap proves. " '::- 4. That he has jurisdiction io temporal caus es b tween civil Governments, and has power to compel them to obey his judgements by re sort to force and stress of arms, if he see occa sion. ''--'..,' , , .;-' , : 5. That in any vacancy of administration in a civil Government.he can exercise in its domin ions any and all jurisdiction, by his own proper" authority. ? - - 6. That he has the right to command (Ro man) Catholic Governments to chastise by force of arms any Government that may show itself rebellious against him, in which case such Gov ernments are bound to use their endeavors io cause the Pope to be obeyed, and ecclesiastics respected, by armed force 1 t , , T , 7. That in case of a civil goVernmeni trafis gres4ng its obligations to its subjects, the Pope hes a right to interfere for its chastisement , - 8.That the ultimate settlement of ail disputes, not onlv ecclesiastical, but civil also, belongs to th- . rpej and that no one can violate a "Pa pal 1 even though the cause, both aslto the-iaes"n ilzzU and as to the persons litHi- 1 tinsr, wereTlnefcly itemporal. r on sackcloth and ashes for its error in being rrrw a mvtj in a vtqtt tq mQnmDT? ' nat ,n a cause merely temporal, ootfta ""N"'lA""J " miuini u regards the question and the person, it is ' nec essary to obey the rope, and not to Tepiy, even As I think of his cold "forever." ttv white hands artf folded and never' t-sfn. . .With the sohj of the robin or plover, -When the summer has come, with her. bees cos? . her grain, ,f. j s Will be play on the meadow clover Oh, dear little brother, My sweet, liitl brotheri In the place above the Sao, ' Oh, pray, the good angels. The glorious evangels. To take me when Life is done. -'' ZMXA.ALXCX Port Deposite, Md. . . s A CLERICAL IMPOSTER IN NEW OR- " '; ;.;; ; leans.. . f 7 The above is the heading of a long and severe article in the N. O. Crescent of May lTib, ex- posing the character of a Mr. orl)r. Richards, , Chas. C. Sheppard. James D, Morgan, S. 0.; Dunning, D. Sun Berlin, J. V." Vanalen, 1. J Ml 1 . Ti . wno oux reaaewurememoCTwipoi ouca-, : ' jonn ju." Jbewis, r., jttnntly nri hand a good supply of COLTS with his drunkness and his meanness in attempt- ? .. "iItJlMer; i)Wftt.vi?nQ nFRTVGRR. AND SELF i-- . .u --kr uf-r'l John N. K se, ing 10 pauiaie ma onence ai xne expense-01 ma: peun "an, wile's character. The Crescent alter puttiug Jas. Taylor, H. R. Bliller, David B. Prosser, S. H. Welles A. Oliv r, C. G. Judd, Leander Reddy, C. B. Brace, Henry Rose, Yates county. May 3. 1855. Nye 1 75, N G Nyu 2 25, D W Nye 4 25, Mo es E Nis Jett 1 75 Nve & Perkins 1 00. Jof eph; W J IS tie 1 25, II A Nunnull 75c, Jas II Nlan 1 00, Thos S L Nelaon 1 25, John E O'Reillys 00, James P O'Reilly et al 3 00, S M Phillips I 00, W H Pugh 1 50, R B Powell 1 60, Jas Peaater I 50, J J Pearson 4 75, Gab riel Pender 1 50, M Payne 1 50, A 8 Per kins 1 50. Jedith N Perkins 1 25. Ann L Perry 1 50 A Sidney Perkins 6 00, Miiton Pyfes 1 00, Louisa Piclett 1 50, Mahew Read 1 50, E B Run lie 1 75, E ;ene Ronssean 3 00, Wm G Ruseil etux 3 00, Lewis G Ross 1 00 J T Rmsell 1 2 Wm R .yster 1 00 Jas A Stevens 100, Camilla L Stevens 2 25, NT Smith, 5 25, Eliza C St un 1 25, Richard WS-ssiona 1 75. Latah Smith, 1 25 E Thorn 1 00, oeorge S Twiner 3 00, Green B Taylor 1 25. H J Th mas 1 50. W N Thorn 1 00, Wilson, Rich ards &co,' 3 75.E C Wilkinson 6 25, II II Wnite .1 50, Jane A Walker 1 0b, J P Wal worth et al 1 75, 8 S Wright 1 75, Demosth enes Walker 2 00, John VVarmack 1 50, F W Wheeles 1 25, Loraine Wildey 50c, Jas Ware 1 00, Jas A Ventress 1 00, Yazoo Lodge No 42, 1 55, Yazoo County 2 50, George S Yerger 1 25, Yazoo City Co, 50, Ed W; Yerger 1 25. Fees in Course of Administration, B Hobart'a Est J W Robinett Admr 817 R C & o Manning minors MA Manning M A Itl i L r. MAW L LEjS. iiereunueu w uu wum ua uuiwr wicw wu wiuiiiji nST rece ved a lot of fine Marble Mntle "y neb Uiurch members, who wished to bolster pie es white Ita'jan and Egyptian Black up the character of the Kev. btiggms at the ex pense of a woman and she and all her relatives absent, and declaring that he believes now.that he, Sligg ns or Richards "is as arrant a scoun- drel as ever went unhung,'' gives the following particulars of the history of the great "Abcat ed." We have only to add we expect Mr.Mc- Inn's, who readily gave place to the Crescent's first article.will also copy this in the "Witness." call at rur Marble Yard, and see for yourselves. Selling at N'w York prices. :' June 8 GAMBLE & SKATES. Notice. SEALED proposals will be receiveu Dy ine Board of Town Council to be opened at SKN1ED. ,. , , - should he decide unjustly. The potent and only weapon against Amen-; - - . - - canism is misrepresentation. The editor of y Senator Brooks' reply to Archbishop 1 no Jut uisvu e courier neara a uerman , iaiK- iiugnes is a most scathing rebuke and . exposure ing about the Kiiow Nothings, who said he had of the Jesuitical evasions and unworthy artifices been told that in the event of the success of employed by his holy (?) antagonist, in his at thaf party, the foreigners would be proscribed tempts. to blind the public to the truth of the re morality, politically Knd jiiumciafly that if- an cords; proving beyond civil or reasonable dispute alien, by the labor of his hands; or in other way, than not only is he the owner of property amOun nianaged to obtain property in this country, ting as its present valuation to millions of dollars He then remarked that "some people' 'wou'd that property would, at his death, go to the but that it is the fixed and settled policy of "The tUrt!rLVtTs on & riiS da, of mate on attack Pn a miU,e,of the Gospel, " -J- State, andhu hehSo.d bedi M ther Church" to concentrate in the hands of the Bishop or each iiocese its local possessions. For the Creole.- BT EST. DAVID MAC ILTjlvX; Of tiXU.T?j& One faith, one altar, and one hope 1 Are ours one people let us be, Americans! and we may cope . vvitii any power, on Jand or sea.-; ... . ; . ft. ' The king of heaven gives us law; . - ' We scorn the images or power Set up by men, their slaves to awe-' The pageants of tt2 pasc:r j homY" m. l0 crowned IJng or mitrcJ priest v ', " linns tniraic thnnderx cr curtcJ; Clouding the light along lLacast ', Dooming to mansics of the dea&. , . ' IT. No locust-flieht of foreign foes, " v ". Borne by the east wind oer the eaiy . Shall waste our native landj where growl".'.-. . The-acred tree of Liberty! LOSS OF THE BEUOeRjNTS IN TtfES : CRIMEA; - ; '; , ;. . The Conatantiribplo correspondent of the Bat' timore San thus writes to the journal: . a Since the coramencenfcnt of fc'otifltishe ios sea of the Turks add their allies have been enor- Ta 1 .Z fnrnUhJnfr nlank to lav aovvn 300 thnf would not.lar ftttark anv other man. We "merited; tnat he could not institute suts, nor, .tunc -? r- . . . j - - . - . ... . ... ... .... ... . ;. ... I - - IT. r . feet 13 feet wide and 3 inches thick. Also tor I j. jn a caQljor w EOme folks don't "-ive currency in ,actfcu1u ne nave any rytus or privileges thus retianing in practical operation the principle mous. To the armjrof Koumefta,' undqf Omar putting dowu a bncK gutter on me wesi biuu oi ma n street, trom jenerson su-eeim unmuwajf W. li. KlUIlAKli U June 8, 1355 City CI. -rk, Messrs. MOODY & KCXCB, (Successors to Downing Moody & Go.,) Dh ALE IIS I V VATC 1 1ES, JEWELRY AND SILVER- WARE; M 0 O a- Keeps constantly on hand a beautiful as- Rnrimpntnf all articles usua'Iv fund in a fashionable Jewelrv and Music store. JC2TAH kinds of work done in the aost npKRioa manner, we keep none but E V 25, John P Reagen Est-Henry D ug- goou worKmeo. i a TO l,,hn li ITmr. T lv VrM,rrhl' ITSf AH llindl Af Uiamond worK maae r a aa. unaries m. tieouereon esu, to order Hna in our nouse. ' He iderson adm'x.' 45 50, Joseph J Wooldridge Our friends need not be to the trou- est V minor Joel est Jane Peter K filcKinnay adm'r 4 25', E J Clark .'.estate 1 Ap M n A O-. A.. r'K nol.to p -O .TI AUUW AiilV Powell and M A Chambers adm'r 18 00. James , Friley eat Sarah Friley,, adm'r 7 05, Charles O Brienest G WD U2harty 00, Francis LoU minor J. W JVUben ga Bnumiii Johnson. est II. AI Johnson R.ohert lMitrhpl! minor AnnS Mltpn f.iifir. V-' ' 1 . . . 111 . ... . . . to a slander upon a defenceless woman that not WIiaievcr, anu mai me country WOUia oe a oes- 0l reraitmanis wnicn is repuguani ooin to mejer only don't dare.but don't desire to make equally P"tni, ad the natives the supreme despots, ter and spirit of our institutions. Mr. Brocks severe charges against a man to refute his cow- A QiS ls luc wa m vvtllcn le anii-Amenuan par- merits the wanes ana gratituae oi iae American ardly aspersions of an innocent, heart-broken represent- its opponents to those who are ig- people for thus bringing to light a dangerousaod woman. We regret that we have not room for norant enough to believe them. This man be- jinsiduous policy of the Romish Church; but which the whole article which is scorchinly severe: heved tfo m, and so, no doubt, do many others jnow that the publlic attention has been attracted r . . , , . . - nr tt ' of this class. The cry of intolerance and pro- to it will receive from the soun sense and patn- We have received a letter from Mr Henry . . . . . . ...., - .... A Wisner the brother of Mrs. Richards, ut scription has been a lavonte one with the anti one judgments oi our legislators a cnecK max. wm Penn Yan, Yates county, N. Y. It is couched parly, although those of that party who know in ircntlemanly lan uage, and gives, with every uny,.hW about politics or the principles of the fill I 'l coo vt uuiti aiiu ou a.utuuuuwv vs ivu i vaiv- - - . . , . . , t i i thi history of Mr. Richard's frailties and of bis Americans, know that they . hold these princi- wife's wrongs. Itsets forth thatten or twelve pies and no other: Ihat foreign intluence is a years ago Mr. Richards preached in Penn dangerous thing iu a free country likt ours, and Yan was generally beloved and esteemed, thnt ...i th it;Ilinm- nf EnmiM wnnhl h most (uot withstanding rumors which occasionally;;. ... ,k pot out that he was sec.-et!y addi .ted to drink- UdHi' ",5Ulul'uua c C .... , . .1 I . I I . t. 1 . . I. .A . I . ...... n . . t. . t. . ing, which rumors were hushed up as s'anders,) and was at that time married to an estimable young lady of Canandaigua county, In, a few years the wife sickened and died, and the ru- mors of intemperance, which egam went lortn, in- J lnkA F.T'r XH hi). I nomas VV lldrriS Ut f - . .V....l fn Ann nnrlr ilOlin V - - - -. uw iii Beuuni!; nui "an ivi, i . i . j A. . t . u ,i;.i n n I-. Mn Sherrard Gua dlan 4-35, John Till 'A' tn nnr i?np - ' exienuea vu wuf uiai uic u. uu- i ill adm'x 14 00,George Pished est " "a U 1 n A Aif, "Vl '2 t: risher. ad.n'r 24 00 Jesse McKinnv est " a.w.t. ianj vf rJl ort ; - ' i.- lardfc asram mnrriea; nw secona ana preseniwue i i i i " 1 . JTl . liostonand Horse Shoe Nail3; ,? lloroe. uz ana trace cnaius: ,. . I " T-n.. . Itliofnit anA 4 lor man otpM.. ' ',. . . I . L. ti 11UU Mail. Ll'OW. vjrv-. ...... w admr4Tkr ' oxirnra tr a nrinriiv fin U 600 v nVVhnrcr Mav. 18.. :U . . ; t , adm'r 4!',i-- p1 :-- ti-A vi Aw s ' rirt rrrv n r el el f ffi va ' 7 .3 & & .dian d 25 E G Harris eUte M E Harris admr'x . 00 N O'Rielly estate C Bowman adm'r .660 S ' tram ' ' r ' wy .to M B Johnson mi'rs ' f F. Hall ia'n;13 75 R - 'mond 40 miles--4 mt staging tcr tU Well - .8 W db.irymi'r.Q W.Woodbury ga'n 5 25 h '-Wnftltnit TN TTTREF; HOURS.1 ' n T tlf. I -f'T ll m . . -""' . ' . .. I iili.Mr. wujii-r' u " uu7 a V.'" . oouwur7 8 n mllESEAVATERS need no. comment: they i the malter found ' the a ' ii t r it- r. avn u t mm aaaa aa c a a , . - bb a a v ,,.i umswm .i.ncii.numr-u uu . are Drettv exte 'aiveiy Known to tne commu "Ki,.., T lifl!i.li.l. .,)..i.fi;Knl-.:. ., j ., ' , n -.Jame Ilorne es G S Tviner Joha liittaileN C M B ittai E II II-rTiMnAir. W Y: Gadbury Guar. 5 50 Daniel " Battin-estati Gib R imes Adm'r 8 WUriirillittes.ute'A C 1 Adm'i 5 00 WW nUo an1 rPrnmmnrtVl DV tne QleUlCai r aCUIIV ..,nrr irm t . n . . Jll,w,lM.w. 4 - V UUUIIblll .JIM. IMI ,u jwm, avu. ; Mir.9-.nt t lft tupvauincr aiseases oi tne ika-inni nr n 19 U-uaf, -47 75 r . na Phmnlft Diarrhme. Dvstreaia. i K.ta LUU 1 U T ?U V.. w. , " . J I WHB 1IUUC J I .O A Ul Ul being Miss Wisner, the sister of Mr. Wisner who writes to us. This was about seven years ago. Immediately upon his marriage, Mr. R ch ards was called to" the, charge of the First Pres byterian Chuxh, Morristown, !-'.. J., where h was well-known and highly esteemed. Soon thereafter he became so submissive to the dem on of drink, that he acted the brute to his wife. She, lik a true woman kept her sufferings, se cret until one day in a drunken fit he threaten ed to take - her life.. Being now alarmed, she informed her friends of her husband's brutality and of her unhappy5 situation. ' 1 Mr.R.'s congregation thereupon investigated wife's charges to be true and tsinoothed the matter over by by pro Crazy he undoubtedly oholic craziness, bnt on that account- H . eneral . Debility : was sent 'to "the New Jersey Insane Asylum country ' 50 1 Drocsv Bronchafis, Gravel- Cutaneous Diseasesand piseases of the Spleen where he remained but ex weeks. Upon being ail wuvu' i w v mxv bauvi- upon cearges of "drunken- Y I art sweannff. a'use or nis wite' ana He was defended by the plea result of the investigation j)" J ... ii'. ' T. . . Tt'... .1 .H If.t ' ..... H U;lra Kia .imnnnamn tWxrrt "ho , ' ,; T W Kf.k.. 1 t ' AKCmS JOTJile WIG ,ty ,f ter ..nx. warn yui.- ll . vwui&a,; ,uoi,vi.iiv f i ,,37 ' w r a: 4 u n y Jl1 1 Board to th e J st c f J 3 if. tf 88 00 week, i tery of New Jersey, ;:' " - - -r. , i ,7" ".-.irrom jstorjunei , ' i.oV 5C ! ness, profane T ,i-. i ; ' . i VTri! if . 1 iafouperi. r ijcent,ousne?s V, All.ZTn , v-......Kac.. 3 J Cooper's W i f eb V .4 u,? 0f insanity, and the uinrni n tr i r. Tt tuiaors iv a inn un o i ' rw V , - "-r ,V.",.'"r : . ialf & Co.N.O: Wm McCutchon CovVicks-. ministry for one year, j v ufnw:re""arHonf Emanuel Yazoo Citv: -i His wifStood natientlyby him gu'n 0 00. M.se. JUunhoiiani minor W Ua- Kanser Jackson..:. Hthi.t,As soon as ho waa suspended, ' pmuaaruouoiian.raMOioiiantt c.norj - Tiand started for the Sooth t vv Mao,n.uar.dOU. :- i innn-elr , hometown Yan, by.lhe " a ' a, v a 1 -V V m " w rT 7 niMtAo'nA m Jas H. June 8. 185S:4t.; wf . 1 1 . it I uea uocease d,. POWELL &. HOB through al he left her which she went sympathies mzensoi aiomstown tluence,. we most have "n ue but Americans on. guard'" around these institutions; and the only waylo ? bring about .this result, is to exclude bre'goera from ollice, and require of them resi dence in th's country for a sufficient leDgth of time to understand our government before ex ercising the right of suffrage. . Th American parly are willing for foreigners, such as are loncst and true not, however, those from the oils and other reeking pesthouses of Europe- come into our country and buy and sell, and get again, end mjoy it as please; "to sue and bo sued; to plead and be implendeH;" to enjoy all the protection our government a (Fordsi and, n short, to enjoy every, individual right and priv- g which a native enjoys, except ..'holding oflitce and voting within twenty-orie yeara after com- inir here. The foreigners thems'e'ves, iu th's country, are not even as liberal as this. They will, as a general thing, never employ nor trade with an American if they can find a foreigner to trade with, while the natives make no such distinction. . The foreign population may , rest assured that they , will not be- molested in any way, excepting legally, unless they begin, the aggression.,': notwithstanding! the part.ry false hoods spoken to them by men; claiming to be Amencans, .but disgracing the name, and whose love for the foreigners may be measured by the Mimtpis: JUST reseived a very desiral lot of t'. -gant onneu, Choice RIbbor-, Frencl, owers, 4cit extrernely'low' pries. , ; JuneS F.' UIOELOV" CO. " VICK3BUB0fOAMPjaiNE..-,.? T7U3 R SAW t Si CO .per, gribn. " Alcohcl Lr.fJn Assortmpht of Hair' oils ' 'vt.-hes,' vc.,'i8t ree'd by ' '" N- B tn4 kiMhAoV'KaA C 7 tr: fc- ' 4 of her.having deserted urn, or cr . iaise to r.er norr r-i r - n t?4.c V-t!' A"Chsitoo!:'tvit;i:.:r !,;. i dren, andtaran earning for herself and i serve to place that church upon a less aspiring basis, and one more in consonance with our re publican principles. Ha concludes his masttrly reply wnh the following rebuke to his insolent assumptions; ' . Now Sir, by what authority do you claim to give m. whom you have discarded, branded, and a hudered times pronounced guilty of "falsehood"' advice? By what authority alse do you speak in ao ex catlvedra a manner to the American Press ami the People? Who made you. f John Arch bishop of rw i ork or ot the f rovmce of N'W York? Did not your title come from a Foreign power, from the Pope and King of the "States of the church. in the United S ates of America, and in the S Kite of New York, in which you bear I'dsna. the government has sent, altosrether. 1 83. - w f Q w V . 000 men, of which there scarcely: remain, at pres ent, 83,000: the rest have,, either been killed in battle or died from disease. Thirty thousand are at Eupatoria, and the remainder scattered among the various fortifications along tne "Danube and iu th Drobtrja. The array of Ahtolio amounted to 125,000 men, but the battle of Kurukdere wasr its death blow; and now'Vccordingtoraccouots4 from General Williams, who has been sent up aar a military commissioner, to recognize it, (to ap-' ply the term of army would be an abuse of words) as but 30,000 half starved aiid'ilkjlad wretches, who are dispersed m the mihfiary barracks at' Kars and Ezzroum, are alt that remain of the or iginal number. " Of the 1000 sent to Batoum, upon the Georgian expedition, I learn lhat a let ter writteh by the only: surgeon with it, and one? ha3 left in disgust, but, 2,000 remain, and more than one-half of these unfit for duty. These los ses which the Turks have sustained are indepen dant of those in the Crimea, and ineafeavoring to quell the insurrection in Alabama and the Ep- rus, which would probably amount to 25,000 more. " ' " J. But the statemenb of the English Ministry of the o4,003 soldiers tireat iiritain has sent to the V., of An AAA tarA )iajaTrkMifa9 an.1 T om finto fArrd yourself in so lord ya manner; freeman, posesa i no the mortality here and & the Crimea, they are' titles and acknowledge i no human masters, r 5We Tife Ffench have n(Jt the . have religious ililrty'withou xFfQm the i preiercnce w sm jpuaniq. w ua in tne v.on learrf mt loseg bave amounted to 68,000 stitntion of the United Stites; but the holding L,;,,, M.ti , na 'of any office or title of any kind whatever, from mortali ty ds dlily to thfit riumfe These esti- u , ... . vv. ":f mates do not include their losses, in the Baltic or eonnt of Conjres3, is in violation of the consti- h tl, floota anA fwA-fin th ! R. tution of the U.iited States! ; 5 '". 1 . ,i w V unn nnn " Yours is a title from a foreign power, and m Anf t,a -t:i1fMff.-niffl, u, : v , der it you receive con veyuncps, sell property, reg-' have the Rass1an3 gaffor tesg jnnrowirt&h: and uUtethe temporalities of the Church, become an A mbassswtor to Home, summoned tbere ny the on, and owe more allegiance there than nere I deny that io any enlarged, liberal national, ust 'sense, you are in American. . N Autocrat could be more despotic, and no man, clothed with place and power, less Republicans Prksbttekiax Chdbch. The General As- el'lie ltgc by which modem men attempt o identify ; themselves with aosolete political nuttTM. is vnr much like that of a-Wtitrpr nrt embly of this church (Old School) has been in i bhysi-i or psych- cr some other i olosv who' was session at Nashville, Tenness-e Dr. N L. rather puzzled,- nevertholess by a "supposed Rice, moderator. The Assembly, of the- New c8e. y ; 'v. . . School met at St. Lou's, and, at last accounts; .,3r said on ofthe audienceriost thtf wsu, uiscuBiuK iuo . oiayijr . uwuuu, wuioi i bia.de. ot my Kmfet out l nttd another put in? cam up jjuuaiw,, 4ew x orju , ts euati was the same knife!" benefits tkey gain; from foreign votes when seeking office, or from sny 1 otlier foreign influ ence bringing them any emolument . - i iralCenent. V .7 f. 3!r' i i it Pi..: i l always on hand at, Jur.3 8,ir:3. . , !i-?ne rA Ltmp OH, 'He.Vicl Ccr.tat depot. ---Wm. tl'TERRARD. i i ::tt$L.lt has been suggested as th$ diplomats at Vienna cannot acres upon the "four noints,. to . pd Mr Pease, who has successfully managed the i 'ivp toints at Nw York and may therefore.' be -.ble subsistence by teaching schcl - suppc ""le of settling four i- one of tfiese ch:'Jren died, and stiU inor t ; ,. .,,.,t . 'i she went to Michan with her remam f, where she now is, teaching school,' A and beloved by all htr acquaintance, taT A Ililkn:-izz " customer, irarpris zsburg lliy 13 G C i. ' T I ) vc 1 by ; EMANUEL -v ..' r T a. V . I . l-,V-V 1 a ' IIUU J IUUAU1J 1.. hcrbuaiand's'v.. "and still inc. 3 . tion of his -HowtLa -pJo;: lccdwJ ty C.j c 1 Kcmnfin( ft frn-rt.lt- . to this time, of this you're irivi-g me?" exc'.r.r.: ... t n by lorsnce up J ? F ro xjnot put i:d tte c?. son. hats favcrcd te- Mhatthe if he jumped b zl. :: cr, is a tiur.j Coy; bora ci-tabca it f j: 5 -od.' ; , : with the commencement of active cperations id j the spring, the losses of all ibo beligereats .will have swelled to. an enormous amount of 800,000' Imcn. , . . , ' . ' , give some of. the proceedings ot these bodies when we get them in lull. : . v The General Sy nod of the Associate Presby- teriatt Church was, at last accounts, in session at Pittsburg, discussing plan for tha union of the various divisions of . the Scotch Presbyteri ans. . This matter has been under discussion for several years'. QuARANTiYE.-'Fhe. steamship. Mexico, Cap tain Liwless, from Galveston, was detained at I SUndoubtr dry, answered the lecturer '- Then, Sir, bet the" hafidlebot t ifot' a? Other put to my 'kuife;' was it BtiH the . same' knife j" ' 'v Vi, , , t-t 'Certainly,? said the philosopher! But, sir, Sam. found the lost blade and han' die, and put them gethef jtfay,vvhAt knife w that. IPraire (ili5s. iiews. , ; n 'IfBALTd cf Vzf OaLRiss. -The Delta o the quarantine station last night forthe purpose Saturj 2nd Instccys:... V , , , of ascertaining if all on board were well andaf-1 The atmosphere now is unnsnally clear bright ter iying to about on hour shn was allowed to I bracing, - hea.vbfoi. Cholera no more finda come up to tr.3 aty. -This is the urst case un-1 any fuilto fed its crs. , in a weeic the aiy der tie new law. 2V.: U. Deltd. jwill be ta healthy aa it has been the past winter, : ' I dir-'n" which New Orlearj: has been the post CCD Five thousfd dollars have been appro-healUv- city in tha Ucbn. .. ; , . priated by the New orb Councilmen, to til in I - TT" n, , TT . h celebrating the "Gloria w-rthV . ' tCTLa Conner des EUe ' , the " ,i -ary. M . i. - 1 . A k .Mr-aa m W I .'II M II Pi he 5 viRQisiA. Election's. TL tarns received by telegarph indicate the elect-ci :of Mr. Wise by ary decidsa majority, . ,;; , -a .... - . " n:t cn thr i tread of her Uii. ;Urt;-- - .Sajr.vr' 1 "I ( ! .