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OFFICE: No. 13 Tenth Sti-oot, Thorn tori's Building.
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TUP. HOIiMOlf PJiOTEHTANTS.
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Mnrmoulsm w now uuuergo.ngwie ex- fiivattcfn ,,K-fttg 0n with unolla
inrlence common to all religious sects .., vior ftntl ,,0 ouo can tell wherVP
whHi u.-'i t divine authority over their
follower-. The Luther ami Calvin of
arena, lnthojiprjons of W.H.Uodbo and,.
lili u, ivein-y, ouiiors oi me -l iau jik-
azine.' Thc.-e gentlemen hegan the
breach with President Young, by advo- J
citing the encouragement of einlgra.
tlo l I) develop the mineral resources of "
I 'ah. Brlgham objected, and the edl-
tjru pors'sted In defending their po-I-i!on.
They wen; hroiivht before tha
council and to grief. One of the elders
remarked that "it was apostacy to dlfler
honestly with the measures of the Presi
dent." "and another venerable citizen .
wo,nd up with ylnir. "that we n.iht
as well asK toe ipicwuii wnciuer s iuiiij ;
'had the right to dlll'er with the Almlgh-
ty " '
Agaln-t this arroKatlou of infallibility 1
the editor?, In the l-.iue of their Journal
f ir October 30, make formal prote-t and
appeal to the people- Like Father Hya-
formal frote-t and
rlnthe, both prrciit In considering thenr . eUl , tiie Hprliicllm carried away an
icIvcj still within tho pale of the orlho- jmj r a raud nar; ua sooitas such Is
thx communion, notwithstanding their land or wand bar Is removed, the course
forth that It the rllit of all
.Morm ins 10
ifiiite ij accept principles ur measures
on the sole authoritv of the tirlesthond:
that thev have a rkht to retain a aUnd-
in,, in ih i.'mrpli Z, Irtm-... tlw.ir
Ing In the c.iurcli, so long a, their !!
arc pure, without regard to the opinions
of the leader; that the right of public
d -ruiilm exists; that it (1 "an illegal
and uprighteoui use of tho holy priest
hood to expel any penrm from the
church bec.itHe they cannot consjien
t. mly admit tlie divinity of any meas
ure presented by the priesthood," and
It remains to be Seen what intluence
this protectant movement will h.Ve in
disintegrating tho fabrlo of M'irmniilsm.
It very often happens that the parent
organization I? rather strengthened that
oMiervviie by such jecesiion and ns-ault,
and it may be so In this cae
Hit by any means follow that,
It does I
bjr ilty of Yuang's claims to Infallibility
having thus been averted, the majority
of Mormons will see It In that light. As
a general rule a religious sect is prosper
ous In proportion to the exaction it
makes upon the faith and lives of its fol
lowers, Ii may be hoped, however, that
the Mormon protestantism will create a
vantage ground for tho far more power
ful G'eutile Intluence which presses upon
theorg.iUiZ.ttlo:i from without, and that,
oy the bre teh which Mormons them
writes have ma le ill the walls vf the
h'jlyr.ty tho fircci of our occidental
rhii.z .1:1 may tin I better entrance.
VnKsrlranr If Currmt. Tli l'ndrlu
1. 1 HIT of .ti niplil- '1 brcalriitU.
A sciitletuati well conversant with the
ehttracteri-tlcs or our great rtvar calcu
lates tha' It moves ten thousand tons of
11 il eery hour. This Is a tremendous
exercise of power, utiil, were It not dis
tributed over a vast area, would have
the moat astonishing tiled in the coun-e
f a few years. I'or tho whole of the
three thou-.and miles of its length it is,
howover, continually taking up and de
positing Tile heavier specie.- of dirt is
earned along but a bbort dl.-tauce, when
11 Is again deposited in "Mack water.''
Wherever the current in the river strkes
thu bank, there Is an extensive excava
tion going oil. 'Ihe water laps up the
looe soli, every succesilvo wave bear
ing away a til in on Its tougue with a
regular and luce-.ilit run, that lanvn
frarlul evidences of its labors In a
time. Within a period 01 ten years
there have been taken from thu city
front, by the evcr-rushlug river, owr
two minions tons of soil, most of which
was m ved miles away, eqiut to tho
combined lalorol oue hundred and fif
ty men and horses during the same
lime, ami all this was done In a space
of about seven bundled yards of tho riv
When wo consider that work like this
Is repeated at thousands of place along
the bulks of the river, something like a
Jim Idea of the moving done by II may
Uefjrmt'd. Wherever a great excava
tlou like Hiatal Memphis is belnx done
by the livei, there will also be a sort of
compensating movement going on at tho
opposite side of the river, that Is, there
Is ulwas dopo-dtlng going on at the
other side. Wo see right opposite our
city that the "bars" 011 the Arkansas
Miore are making steady progress In this
direction, while Hie river Is eatiiur away
the town from under our feet, ihla pe
nullar movement may bu understood by
considering the current of the stream as
running In a aeries of zigzags; away
above thu eliy the stream strikes the Ar
hmiMis klioie. ul whluh nnlntlt Is scoop
Mil' out with greut rupiuity. It rebounds
frtiiii tuai biiore at n
comes ru.-hli.g along
lit 11 H'h. and fetilke- about
Wolf river and the loot oi Monroe street.
It then rebounds agulu, and, traveling
according 19 the laa that regulate tho
motion of a billiard ball, continues 011
till II strikes tho Arkansas shore again.
Al all there points of contact there Is an
ct'cuvntioii going 011, and at the polutu
opposite Ihcro is depositing going on.
Opposite tho foot of Market itreet be
tween three and foui (itinUrcd feet were
swept away. Tho river worked along
the haul; in front of the city, In tho
shape of a cresent, beginning at the foot
of Wolf river and ending about the foot
the mouth of 1 ! ' ..I"' "V"
. tllntn it 111
street, below which point
a depositing going on.
' wi mop. This time 1 1 may eat iU way
beyond the fluffs and threaten the
foundation of the city. The sandbank
(feet(h,ck lh RboVo it
i j,, twenty to twenty-live.
This t.and in
tfolnif with fcarlullv ranlditv and when
tliu rlverlias made a deep cave under-
neath tho superincumbent
soil fails in or course.
Tno question which exercises the In
genuity of engineers and rouses the fears
of the citizen; "Is it possible to stop
eiinmchmeiit of the river before Irrepar
able damage Is done?" There Is no lack
of suggestions from every source. The
greater danger is to be apprehended
from a permanent change in iho course
of ihe river above us that we may be
I t. I.f.i. .....I .1.. .-i r.H.t ttt m iihn
- " " rWtoSrllowi and'
I .nnl.nrj In frnllf nt 114 fllAt Urilllll l-fTViCt.
uallv destroy our landing facilities,
About thirty live years ajfo thu river
beau to recede from tho blutl, and so
continued for a quarter of a century,
J leaving Itnmensedeposits of eartu where
" tho channel hail iieeu over a nunurei
j P- r"L
1 tho channel had been oVer a hundred
oi the river n lmraeoiaieiy cunnj;eu, aim
at aomo tioiut below, where there was
, , . , ,1. ..... 1. n ruililnir eurrnnt.
ouj w1Cre the current was strong tnere
O I - rj - 1
Is Mack water. The stream being bur
Jened with Its load of sand, begins tn
depo-lt the Uwt slack water it comes to.
. luhlH way n fw ,uyj, ntt Immense
. jlcn,, ofeaud may bd raised whore tho
force of the atruam carried everything
before it a few days back. ItoUud this,
! sand bank there will then lu slack
; water, and the depositing of koII begins
and goes 011 gradually until It rises
I above low water mark. In this way the
banks of thu Mississippi tilled out four
hundred yards la front of Memphis in 1
thocourseof a quarter of a century.
About ten years ago tho periodical
change commenced and tho current be
gan eating away tho Sank at the rato of
thirty feet a year. Every spring whole
acres of the bank fell down The scoop
lug out process wont ou until warehouses
wera tumbled Into the seething tiood.
liv reason of the vory IrrvuuUr-out-
lines of the river's banks, of co.ur.se the
current ooserves BiBuy vKies iijuv mo
lioi easn y uceouuwu iui juii-, urn. u
liltlo niveiUgatlon will alwaya abowMhe
operation of well kqowu' phyiioal law.
This predominant feature of the Mlnls
Ippl, throughout its whole length, where
ttie banks are formed of alluvial depos-
I lu, u;eeMltatM -oonUnuUehahKe. In
1 ri.nnv caaea the cbanco ia puriodlcal.
' The river having run lu a Certain course
' for a number of years, cutting and eat
1 mg its way Until the angle or impinge ,
1 m-nt became ton great, it had made.
Movements of that sort have been going
on abouthere for a great niimberof yeara.
Numbers of old steam boatmen recollect
the time when cotbm bales were lowered
. down to their boats from thu tops of the
b'utls that are now two huudred yards
from the river's bank. This was about
.'15 year-ago. The river at that time had
been eating away for years Just In the
same maimer that It is eating away
now, and having exhausted its force
began UdllFerent movement. It will be
readilyiaeen that a chance in tho course
of tho river, even a hundred milea aWvo
the ejty, would 1iavo a material' effect
upon its current here, so that when a
change once begins it will operate 'upon
the courao of the river on down toi Its
moutu, though the etrect may. not, bo
1'IIU OMIUI.V A1SD.CKC OF TtrAHKiHi
Days of thanksgiving were a Jowlsh
Institution, aud were made by the Ile
lirowsoccasluns of Joy aud- hilarity.. All
the ancient nations made their religious
anniversaries days 01 feasiiugand of en
joyment. Tho Puritans were Jewish In
many of their religious ideas, and when
llieir labors were llrst rewarded by plen
tiful crops they appointed a special day
of rej'ilclug. From them wo have re
ceived the custom of observing one day
inthevearas a season of praise aud
thanksgiving. We, loo, should make It
11 ili. i. nf l.iv nnil liinmlnem. The trlnl-
ency of the prevailing religion is to draw
1 meii's minds away from the beauties
and attractions of tills glorious world.
Most praying is but solemn begging, a
mendicant cry for more, instead of a joy
ousrautpouriug of the gratitude for the
botiiitllul blessing oftho Creator. It in
well toMit apart one day ror the special
rccognatlon of dlvltiu bounty. and good
ucrs, and it should be celebrated
by a reasonable ' enjoyment of the
good things of life. Weshailbe better
1 ul the year for It. Another Use of
Thanksgiving Day is tho effect It Jius
in strengthening the sontlment of hom
' ahd tho ties of family, The hurrying,
practical life cuuses a neglect of the
household nods, men are strangers to
their own families, aud thntisauds have
no fireside of their own. but are transient
sojourners at hotels una uourumg uou- (
ies. It la a custom to bo cherished, 1
which brings children home from their,
wanderings, gamers 1110 nomo circio
! again beneath tho parentnl roof, aud
'kiilts'irjragaln'the raveled bonds offam'
' lly cfU'Qtlon,
Not posted. "Pap." observed a young
our preacher when ho praye, Is so long
tilling him evory thing', thought he
wasn't posted!" The parent relleoted.
That's ao, Junks Is anxious to dcplare
that althouirh there my be a "shamook'
1.. Dm 1'iiriiiH of Ireland, there Is notlilnir 1
i.ut theJIroal grltU iu. the-anas .oMiw
bravo who have fought,under our glori- t
i iisbatihcf. :' ' ;
BUM Battle Pierce.of North Carolina, is
cultlvatiug tea sucoeiHfulIy. '
Jlfiugtwnv iwf n
A II I'M AN ffOVBEH,
iu nAiUv y hir. n wi in 1 1 a I it; or
TIIF. A'ACl I'M' COAAT.
From thf London Licit.
The occurrence or moles covered with
fine downy hair Is by no means uncom
mon: but tho moat extraordinary, exam
titav.tiii'M flirormltv we have ever .e'ei7
woo i,miiubt to our otllce a few davs
sluco by two
Spanbh ntnilBinen. Tfiel
subject la n
ft dark compte.xi.iiud, rather I
lc.m Indian wouiiti, o; nb. uti
,-o years of aye, an 1 who, fiom
tht kiniMiliir nature "t In r ili ln ml'v.
and the history that at a..-iie to her
mother, has n-ceived the name of Maria,
the orange outran j?. ltlsttied that tin
mother of thi.s womuu t Iiued to the
Indian tribe called the Quiche, inhabit
luy tho provlnco of "'ocorjusco, on the
I'acilio coast of Mexico.
Atthoni'eof twentv.fi vo sho DP(anie
a ccrvuiit to u Spaui-l. family, aid ten
years afterwards diipeurud in t.i-
mountalti-, wneresne remtuneo ior iev
cral years. A pmilih tnercbutit, so yne
the tale, traveling in tliui putt or liie
country, met the Indian with a child,
thu suujectof this notice, then fivey ar
of ae, mill iunrkin; her peculiarity,, pur
chaft'd her Both mother ami cbfhl'iire
in a state of nudity, and the mother tu
tor met! the gentleman ttmt.it was the
oM'-pring of an otiran outau'.
The. trpanlard tpok tno clilld Imme
and reared It to thea-'eiif iirteeii, when
. i... l i...i n.n.... .mi .lit. m mubu
Clli; IHUU'J Ull VSV'.J" .t.llliiVMfiM..-' . " '
i,er lfvlnlr hv exblbltltiL' herTGlf. Hoe
was recaptured and brought over to tins
I country by the .Spaniard, who tlret en
1 deavored to. reclaim her. The girl w hen
stripped Is well proportioned . und pre
' clsoJy tho tipjiearaucu of having 0i a
I pair of bathing frdttVer, r"wxis,.'tnaUe
of the skin of some animal.
The hairy surface extends to about the
level of tho umbilicus in front, and the
sixth dorsal vertebra behind, covers the
bOitocks, Is replaced In front by tneordi
nary hair of tho pubes, nnd extend-
about hair way down the tnigh-.
surface of the nklu of tho body Is
orullv smooth and soft, and that
hairy surface is blackish, coarse and fur
accnus, reminding tho observer nome
what of the skin of a lg; tho hair is
ihort, black, and slightly curled. The
margins of the hairy surface are
sharply defined? It sensibility Is said to
l bo as acute as oilier parts 01 us ouuy.
The patlenr, who seemed lo foei her con
dition acutely, has an agreeable exnrts-
' slon of face, with full, uark eye, and U.o
ordinary Mexican typo of countenance.
, The supposition that hc owes her paren-
. tatre. 011 one bide, to an ouraiiX-outrnux.
I tVo utterly deride; and althougn she had j
beeu brought over to tins country ror the
purpoK- of exhibition, wo trust that bo
demoralizing a procedure, will be pre
vented; yot it might be expedient to ob
tain a model of iter for the pathological
' museum of the college of surgeons.
oitomtiu.v to rati: masoxhy.
A small number of gentlemen, cleri
cal and luy, who dislike secret societies
in general and Free Masonry iu particu
lar, lately met In North Wrentham,
Mass., to exchange views and pas reso
lution. The oratory was of a very fer
vid character. The Itev. I)r li.'an t-hnn 1,
of Illinois, said, among other severe
things, that Mu-sonry was "the worst
kind of heathenism, with a ('luistles-,
pagan creed, and a self-protecting wur
shrp." Tho Rev. I. N. Tarb.iX -aid 'Mit
soury was "most injurious to society .mil
hostile to tho Church of Chrit " The
'TteV. X. S. Dlcklusoii said the MaM)nh
ritual was in dltect antagnnl-m tc the
religion (if ("htlst." anil thai its quota
Hons from the Holy Scrip us were
"mutilated;" that the whole tendency
of the teachings ol the order wasunmv.
orable to Christianity, ami Is cal
culated, to underline the Mr la doc
trines of the OrihouuX uud to uifuee n
low type of doctrine and creed." Mr.
Samuel D. Green, of Chelsea, Mum., en
tertained the audience by giving what
purported to be an expUtuu.ion of the
oaths and oblmaihni of the llrt f"ur
degrees in the nbnoxiotlsorder I'he con
vention then anj-iuriifcd. alter voting the
following noteworthy re-oiiAloii, uffcrud
bv Ihe Hev. Dr. Ul.uiehard:
Itesolved, That in our ih-li'.ierAte Judg
ment the Pilunm roeieiy oukili' I'iniice
to take up the corner fciono of the Pit
grim monument 111 Plymouth, und re
move from the cavity lu ihe came ihe
plate on which the uunv- of the Grand
Lodge of Masons In thlt State, wltj Hi
grand nfllccrs, apiiearabnve thore of the
Governor of .Masachu-etts und the Pre
ideiit or the United btuies; aim tnatun
Imprints and Inserlptloim of ihu-eot of j
J'reu Masons should be craved bylaw,;
from all our publfu buildings ami monu
ments, a- Mibvtrslvo of the Idea of popu
lar government, and tending to matte
Free Masonry the religion of 1 10 State."
As a pedestrian tourNt was lately pr...
man who was breaking stone by the
roadside how loug it would take him t.i
rench that place. The man lo iked al
him without speaking, aud tliuii resumed
1 is work. Tho question was re
vini,tliD1Hame-' 'result, 'and at las
traveler walked on. lie had not
1 cemled moro thau ahmvhod yard-i when
j tbo mqu culled after hlui, .niiil, nijujii- n
sign for him to return. When th" pede
I trian reached ihe stoue-breakor, Hie lat-
ier said to him: 1
"It will take you an hour to leach
Trenton." ... ,,
"Then why vou did not tell me so at
first?" said ih'o traveller
"Why," said tho man, "It was ncces-
sary for mo nrt to seo al what rato you
walked, aud from the way you step out,
I am now.ablotosay that you can go tho
distance iu an hour."
General Hazeii, commander of tho DIs.
trlot of Luwer ArkaiiKiia, pasted through
iSf.Louid vester Jay 'on routo'to Louisville.
In regard lo the ludiaus, ho Hays they
me discontented, iud some trouble I-, iin-
trehbted In Iho spring, lie tbluks two
regiments of troops will bo' necessary to
Jf 1 t u o'J
t'.wr. mam. anu tiic AoiiTir in) i.t:.
,Tlf lajeatlguWq Jirf.fayojjxge.T, Cap.t.
llnll, was received rrJlh all honors by
I the 'Hoard -of Trade'ofhij natrvu'Clty,
! Clnchyiatl, Ji weeft. "in hN. speech,
ntter detail fng how" he Tiad'lemon'strHfcHi
1 that (li'o Inst niomber of.ir Jphn j"rauk
I lln's expedition hdd ptiHshctf,,.'t(c"ati'-
"Now thatthlsprcat doubt In dispelled,
J, am prepared; to do further work tiitho
Arctic rmns, for geographical clRdoV-
ery, and Hint alone. From the eightieth
iii.i. rtl III (lit ifl lint tttl l1u(17.lk (u. h.1 ttl 11 l
1 a journey of tlx hundred milen. that we
tinve been tri'lnt; to make fur 30J yea's.
I urn now lu'ulimated, and, In my lUe
wlih the native, clothlmr rriv-elf and
eiitlni; and drlumntr us tb-y do, can bid
dt-tliince to Kiiik C'td. I have been
Ciildtsr in Ctuelopaii than in tlitf jvrt'ile
rfiilmif, ns I can live- on raw meat and
firm!? ml a" lung n i. vhody, nnil thete
iih pSviiU of iliro in 1iHt -country. -J.f
i' I'll" in aiiomut 10 tako iimui; wi n you
, provision- to hiifynu for sticlf an exeur
-ion. The man aferuptH .jnich. iw irp
nust live wnh t!.e p p'e as ih , 11 Ya
I can slioy you note,- that I have written.
with naked blind, wi h a temperature
I seventy deirrei's below zero. 1 dt-slrc to
iart out again on another exp ditloii,
... T. . t f t 11. T. til. !...
I iui 1 pro)U3e eiorea 01c 1 111 p aiu unit
I foot -tamping hjsleflf'iotj oil ,'hi; north
I pole t Applause. 1 That's the gml of my
1 imibi ifin. KutlUtid' and Krahce are
1 iii'ku a about such an exj dltlun'0tfl I
I know that I can conduct a party In life
expedition from tlitfllihpt'th jlegree to
tho ninetieth, degree, aud, lUt .yhut I
ue-ire 10.110 " , . .
. Thc5uilvYjurk rlchmen arc layliioJiip
much treasure in costly- nouses.
OpdyiU'V reHjilenvL'. cfroer or Fifth
uuue and Koriy-sevotith xtreut, will cost
K-ut fUO.noO: I) Henry aJght'.iicnriCr
.tiRMi-nn avenue aim rr'nin
The dfuii'ioraoy. ,of jScpttCoiinty
,electcl all 'thtlt CandtdaU'.s 'except or
i6 olllctfdf ooWtyVfeik; W an'ftvrhs&
W sIKAI Di'. , 1 . t. una.
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Ai'iiio Iiip Coiton Vuiiiv,
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Maoi-on avenue ami i i.rn.in strew, ilrfpca 7alrVTraIliT e4f rrPlinadMnilii
upward of. 130,00);' Charles .O'Conor's, .'W j. J&iviS.rin,,auoWaui
eastsldoof Ifiliuavehue, aUive Forty . . " 'i, "
i he ninth street. Hiintit sto.UW: L'eiur. Jonl- " - v . ; "'"j-
BPii- lard's, corner Fiftii ji venue SiiiL'tbTrTy-
of tho ! -ixth street. SI25.WJ. n, ..-.i..i. ii-.. c'lr.te'i-t..
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H1Z WING ALiSCUIIKh. ;
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IS THE-IIKST FOR FAMILY USE. '
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