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" SirXITII, CAMP & CO.,
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IRA P. JON ES. I
Office, No. 16, Ueadcrl-k street.
T3TO3DAY, AP2LL 13, 1858.
r Precident Bcchaxax i certstinlj un
pleasantly located. With a lnrze mnjority of
his friends in both branches of Congrws, he
Bt'll seems to be la a minority on a number of
Fifft The refusal of Congress to grant
troops to be sent into Kana.
S-"Coadlj The repudiation of the army !n
er -ae on the plan suggetted by the Secre
tary of War.
thirl The deeat of the Lecomptoa Con
Utiiioi. Fourth The defeat of tlie .-'icm to mnke
the admiwon of Minnesota a condition to the
admission of Kansas.
Fifth. The defeat of the Deficiency Appro
' ' The .TI lssislpl.
The Coahoma (Mi.) Citizen gives an ao
Connt of several breaks in the levees in that
region. The one at Lewis Swamp, 30 miles
below Friar's IViut, it ts paid will prove very
disastrous to the planters in that neighborhood.
The raftPmeQ in that nigbborhood are sus
pected of haviug cut the levee. Auother
break near the plantation of Col. Trotter, in
Tunica county, is thus described by the Cili
ti: We 1 arn that the levee near the plantation
of Col. Trotter, in Tunica county, hit- wash
ed away, and that the river if sweeping
through the country, pacing through rhillips
Buy into Moon Lake, and from Moon Lake
into the Yazoo Pass. The water from tlii
op. ning In the levee will inundate a kcrvnt ex
tout of country, and cause the iWtruction of
a great amount of property. The damage to
Leveea alone will be very heavy.
The acci a it from b, low represent a
Tery large portion of the
flowed, and immense damage done to planta
tion. .toek, Arc. The river low the mouth
of White is said to be higher than it has l-eu
s:nce 1828. At thin place it wanted about
three f.-et of Mng up to the high water ol
1850. The river here has fallen about four
feet, and in still rec ding slowly.
The report that baa been circulated abreod
th.it IL-lena is or has In-on ov. rUowid. this
spin?, Uwitliout tU digh'ert foundation in truth.
Ildtna Ark.) Shield, Ayn 'l 10.
Mr. Everett's Oration at Savanxaij.
The Savannah EepMirun says that the itett
proceeds of Mr. Everett's Oration on Wash
ington HTthat city are a thousand and twodol-
lars and eighty cents. The amount has beeu
forwarded to him to be added to the Ladies"
Mount Veruou Fund.
Fur the Vatrint.
New Court House, lo. 4.
Editors of Patriot : I see in your excel
lent paper that your corn-jioiidpiit, Mr. Ad
uwox, is determined to bluff me off. Now,
sir, it was distinctly ur:dcrtood, when I went
Into this game, that the limit was fifty
cents; but he is keen to liet from one to ten
tLo isai.d dollars on his judgment. Well, sir,
he has over-sized my p'l,for I have no money;
but if he will take such projM-rfy as I have, I
will take his bet. You know, and evcrylody
els - knows, that my Shanghai hen is worth a
thousand dollars; for last summer I procured
a patent hen's-nest, imported over Adkis-ou's
patent charcoal turnpike: it was so con-
tructcd that the eggs went through the bot
tom, and droppt d into a flat arch, about the
shape of one of Adkiasoii'- cuts. Well, sir,
she had always bet u in the habit of laying the
nest full every day ; and she did not intend to
be outdone, so she continued to lay until
there was nothing left but the beak and tail
feathers; which I have in a good state of pre
servation, and will U-t them that the Court
boue don't fall down.
Nashville, April 14th, 1358. W. C. BIKCHETT.
LSAVitwoKTU (Yrv, April 4, ln.Mt.
The Leavenworth (free State) Constitution
al Convention adjourned Inte lat evening,
having Wo in session at this place, by ad
journment from Minnesota, lor eleven days.
As I have only the reason for such adjourn
ment from interested parties, I do not feel at
liberty to state any of them.
Th.r Constitution in Toprka revamped. The
principal paints are a- follows; Th,. right to
Is-ur arum is guarranteed to individuals; slave
ry is prohibited of course; l.ail mav lie refus. d
in capital cae on strong pmumtiun ; , lection
fraud are a twr to the future ex. rcie of the
ehttive franchise; in cases of ilM 1 th,- d t.-u
daut may testify. At all elections, f,tt vu,U
ettuent having residence in the Suie six
months, and ten days in the precinct, and all
five males of fonigu birth bating resid. d in
iu.; unuia aidwu one year, in the Suite six
months, and ten days in the precinct, and who
has declared his intentions, may vote. The
thing goes into dtaibt most confoundedly,
aud if ever it should be the organic law of the
State, it would need le rechanged pretty
m tch through. The ayes and noes are to be
r -corded on the journal of the Legislature on
ery bill pas, d by either branch.
The Convention was attended bv delegates
from nearly every county, but was neither a
full nor a lair expression of the w ill even of
tile Free SUte party. Claiming 2x,nM votes
in the Territory, and busing their apportion
wnt upon 25,000, the Convention was ap
pointed ny about 8.000 vot. rs, all told. The
nigger question caused considerable o ti oul,!.
during the session, and m.uiy harsh things
were said by those rud eal iiiemlx ri whose
aim it ia to elevate the blaekery a little
anove me siijK rior race. .Several couoties in-
r ictel their r. pres. ntatives to go against
tiieuigger sutlrage. Hence Linn aud some
other counties signed the Constitution under
protest Doniphan county was extremely
anxious to get the word white" in the Con
stitutiou, to preface "male citizens," but it
was no go.
Xiggrri art to wt fitr or aijttimt (he amXittUion
on an ttjual futfuiif with tlx ulitU fUkt, aud then
at the lir-t general election th. realt- r.a vote ia
t bw bud on the .juestiou of uuiversnl sul
frag. On a motiou after the iustruuient
had been fully adopted -of Lane to make the
change of time for that vote from the second
to the general election, there wn a p -culiar
sort of discussion. A g.-uciul scene of crimi
natton aud retaliation and much i oiifuMwii re
sults d. Barr, of Douiphau. uhnod to get his
word white" in. I'am.u Fish, of JShawu. e,
declared that those w ho talk.1 aU.ut proUst
iug were enemies to the cause, and he threat
en a to g. t up a protest on the otw r side, if
not a r.fusal to sign it. Sam. v,nIs, vt
Douglas, d clarcd that this was an attempt to
makj political caoital, which he duouueed i
tola; he designated it a a - tuiBmble disJ
and "bujcomlw." Joauso.i. of Leavenworth.
, aa I understand, U a large" slaveholder,
let into Woods, proclaiming him as an enemy,
the devil in disguise, Ac, ud upoa U-mg
called to order by Winchell, who w as. ud
rrh ips is a correspond. m t.r a promiueot
publican paper, hcdi.x-liucd to b,- tutcri upt
ed by tii j " yeho jackets." Hi. criticism on
bis co-l&borcrs would not have stopped there
but for the fact that au ajjretmcut waa coino
at. to preserve the bajnjoiiy of Uk- pai ty.
ThiaU not the only queetion upon whkb
the prty waau.d to pliL Th address to th
p.-ople bJng before Uio lociveutiou, tne puiicv
of tlie party came up iu some sui t, w1k-u a
became evidcut that a considerable jhji tu. ol
tue peopiu uero u.sire to put an end to th.:
iuferuiU disturboucea whicu have exn.xisted
the m -a is of the settlers here, by quahfyiug
under the Lecomptoa Co.i.niutioa. During
the dincussiou upou this questiou the Mlic
was given betweeu Jul'e Conway and Mr.
Emery, aud Sanu Wood made a direct a-waull
npou Lane, denouncing the men who look the
back track front the " bloody" imue platfurut
of Big Spnugs.
The above account of the doings of the Ui
Convention la Kaattaa to make a State C'o.odi
tuiloo, we copy from the coircppondcuo of
;heSL Louie Jiejublimn.
Tubocob Tmp-Our To woman, Dayid
EazLTOK.&q made through trip from .New
Orleana to Jack-oa. on ti Lxlar. bv Itiilnad.
leiflnj the form -r city after breakfast and i
t k'nif t 4 at the latter. ' Eeiruljr tsaeaenir r '
t.. Ina, welettru.win co nnieM.e ruiuiiuif about
Ibe 10th lts-Jachcn iLmttifpa, fit, x ... j
Ibe Vital rolnt. ,
The vital point is ahont the :ze of the head
of a pin. It is a- little ppot- fornvil of the
grey substances of the nerves. The vital
spot is situated at the point of junction be
tween the cerebral marrow and the f pinal I
u...'n. ox- jjiijrivi.'j;ick 1 J m BflHl ill
have Wen the first observer of this point,
probably because he was the earliest olw-rvrr
who has recorded his olervations In books.
Sudden d -ath from what has been popularly
call dbr. aking the neck m-m, howevtr. to
have indue d medical men from very remote
times to sup.-ct the existence of eoniu Fuch
poiut. Rough men have often l.itiieted In
ftant death upon childivn by lifting thim up
by the head. Coge bird in escaping from
their cages sometimes dah - their beaks
againft the glara of windows and kill them
silvis inntauily by bli nking th. ir necks.
The bull finch of a friend of mind, escaping
from his cage during the love season, dashed
against a pan- of glass and expired instantly.
On examining the bird, 1 found it had rup
tured the vital point. The guardians of
lighthouses describe how, during nights of
storm and hurricane, they arc continually
h- oriDg sea-birds dashing themselves gaint
the strong lai of their 1 aci-ns, and then
falling mysteriously down dend.
I..rry sayp. "This place is found in little
animal:" between the second and third, and
third and fourth vertebra; ; au.l between the
first and second verrebr of the uck. aud
between the second and third in aiiimalt of
greater bulk' Legalleis docriU-g the spot
exactly : -R piratiou does not d. pend upon
the whole brain, but really upon a very
limited spot upon the lmulla oblongata
which is situated at a small distance from the
occipital hole, ar.d towards the origin of the
pneuniogastric nerves, or eighth pair." Le-
1 . .1 . . 4i s
gallois arriv. d at this discovery, which deter.
mines the function of the medulla oblongata,
and reveals the primal motor of the mechan
ism of respiration, the central point, of the
nervous system, by cutting successive slices
of the brain until the section of the origin of
the eighth pair of nerves stopped the respira
M. Flourens has added minute nreci.-ion to
the exactitude of the invaluable discovery of
his prid. ces.-ors. The vital point, he says, is
situated five millemetres under the origin of
nit; piiruuiogasinc nirves upon the brain or a
dog. The vital point is situated three mil
lemetres under the origin of the pueumogas
tric nerve upon the brain of a rabbit. The
bifurcation of the bulb or medulla oblongata,
ronning a V. the vital knot is located at the
poiut of the V. It ia a grey corneous point.
This grey pinVh nd like s jt is the keystone
of the fabric of life. The ancients iiii'iiritud
the Fatal Si.-ters with the dibtnll", the spindle,
and the scissors, presiding successiv ly over
the thread of life; and the mod ms have re
vealed a junction of the nervous tibres which
a small gimlet can scoop out easily, changing
thereby, iu an instant, life into d. "ath.
This great fact is easily demon;-tratcd.
I often." says M. Floureus, "make the ex
periments by transverse sctious.
"If the section p;isses above the point, the
respiratory movements of the chest jiersist.
"if the section passes behind the point of
junction of the pyramids, the respiratory
movements of the face, the movement of the
uosti iis aud yawning pi-isist.
"If the section pasi-ts upon the point of the
V of the grey substance inscribi d upon tue
V of the junciiou of the pyramids or p. ifs
nib, the respiratory movements vt the chest
and face ure abolished instantly and alto-
"i o.tcn poi iorm uie experiments in another
"i uce a little cutting punch scarcely a mil
lemetre iu diam-ter.
"1 piunge this cutting punch into the pro
longed marrow, taking great care to adjust
the iu.trum-nt to the V of the grey substance.
I thus suddenly isolate the vital point, and
the respiratory movements of the chest aud
the respiratory movements of the face aie biid
The study of the vital point clears up many
I netd not point out how it explains the
eases of Buddeu death from what is called
breaking the neck. The hangman who un
derstands his business adjusts the knot so us
to di.-locate the vui tebne, and tear the vital
junction tu-undr. Tne kuoabdge of this
point is very important to corou. rs and their
juries, aud all persons having occasion to dis
tinguish between suicides aud m.irders.
When the root of the pueuniogiistric nerves
are torn, death is Instantaneous; aud this rup
ture requires niiirv. Hourly little to accomplish
it. Suicides are luUlakiu for uuird.-rn ty
personi. who do not know how easily suicidu-s
can kill themselves with their feet r sting, or
with their bixlies lying, upon the ground.
Nothiug more is needful than force enough to
tear the breadth of a j iu"s head of nervous
fibre. The hangman's work is comm nly
spoken or as un arp. yxia, which it only is
when butigliugly doin. I ouce kuew a oenc
volent clergj man who, hat iu been a surgeon
before he eut.-rcd the Ciurch. and knowing
the w ci '-t of hailing, shewed his allectiou
for a penitent culprit co'idcnnied to d aih tor a
small offence, by atteiitling hiui upon the scaf
fold, aud by himse lf adjusting the kuot of the
rope in the way needtul to s. cun; the instan
taneous rupture of the point of life.
The functions of the vital spot, while ex
plaining the hudd.-ner t,f many deaths which
are rous taut ly s.-emed mysterious and suspi
cious, explain alo the prolongation of life lor
coiiidcrublc p -riodx. sometimes after the most
fatal ami frightful wound-. What i have said
als.ut the vilal pointevplniuswh.it Used to
be when I was there, and perhaps still is, one
of the staii ling wcii.lt rs of Loudon. There
iiM-d to ls several eatiiig-hou in the city
famous fur tur.le soup; s.nl. of" course, there
are plenty of them Mill, lint st the doors of
the nouses which exhibit, d the wonder there
might be seen lying Upon u layer of sawdiu-t,
at the bottom ol a oa-ket, the "living bead and
neck of a turtle, the Hesh ot which was said to
Is; already made iuio soup, and served up to
me gasuououi. s iiisnie. 1 lie Head was un
doubtedly ulive. The eyes were alive and
moving. They Mcemed dimly, vaguely, aud
feebly to ask from the spectaiors if not au ex
planation of the phenomenon, at least, whv
and wherefore the head had been served in
thin way. 1'cifton hardy enough to put ih. ir
lingers into the mouth w re asm. d of the
vivacity of the s-vi red head by receiving
g.MHl pinch. I lor one am guiltless of havi.ig
ever eaten auy of the sou.; nevertheless I am
still haunted by tho.-e repioaehiug eves, al
though 1 am sure 1 could txclauu, - Ihou canst
not say I did it."
The phvsiologists long Fincv reversed the
wood, r of the London OHikn. The cooks dis
played heads ulivc aud bodns soup, and the
suvaus displayed hi ads dead and bodies alive.
Kidicutoit the head of a turtle w hich sur
vived twcnty-lhive days. Flouivus had some
Biilaiuanders wuich livtd several mouths with
out their heads. Legallois says birds have
U-en know n to walk and ran with their heads
The explanations are very simple. The
vital point is close to the head III all reptiles,
and csjs cially in the oairachiau reptiles; aud
the London cooks, w hen cutting oa the head
cut otf the vital point with il. Tne physiolo
gists do just tae reverse. When the ptiysiolo
gisis Kovi-r the heads of tros. lurll. s, of mla
ina.id, rs. with a view to show the r ptiies
living without their heads, th y ure careful,
by cutting above the vilal poiut, to keep il
attached lo the body.
Oue more e)l.iiia(i,.n and I brtve done.
The liewspujv r coi i spoiideuts who wrote
Lome accounts of the banK- ot' the Alma, t hal-
l. iig. a pnysioiogiMi! to explain how a soldier,
the leugiu of wh. head from the fi out to
the Utca hud ts-vii ti averred l.v a hull, t ua
able to wuU down tue h.H io vxli his h al
iu thcrmr. .uiiUr facis lmvo long hecu
will kuowu. Men buve-bd many year,
well, iwuc, aud healthy, after laeirkul! have
bjt n cleft lo acouo.d i-.d, deplc uu o.u.d .-.
Tho records of physiology uro lull of marvel
lous survitaU after the mott urn bin uouad;
and lUeu-uuiaU r will be iucieas d coutiaul
ly, a the spread ol cicucj uanin;shes fear aud
mcretscBCouruuauij.ig uuukiad- li jjk- w.il
more aud iara help tue bjali.i.; art, ttuoa 11
U known how nature tiiuuipna r the moat
dismal dis4ters wuich LmvC uusoutued tho
Vital p .iill-ln.it all iuiJt.H U it but well pro
let p.nVheail p nut, suit-; alj ic la : puck
Of a plu is deatU Oxkyn' Jft.t.txJ H'wJi.
Uoo4 their lu ht. Uuli,
WetAke pl.a.aie ia caUu atie.alon to
the curd l lii. piopi u ior of Ui ToutJey
llou-, L Louie, iu uuoth.r volntuu. I'm
est jbliraiuijul haa bin t'eceutly opt-ued, aud
our oWd p raoual kuowl.-d- ol the lioi-U o
urea us tul it ca.uiot l.ui uf popuUr lue-r.
ColoLR'l Tow.iiuv a louj kno4u a one of
Uie 1-ad u UiAiueaa iu. a ia Vvruioai; hu
partner, O. II. I'lait, Kj., wa loimeily a
meinl er of one of our proud am t leBul uruia,
aud (HiU.quently a tu.-uiUr of the editorial
fraternity, m rxcelleu'. auudiujf. We wth
th. ui alt aucccua in Uk ir u.-w t-uurriae. Tbtir
houe la situut d lu eje of the iuol iaahiou'
ble aud plvuauul pjflioja ot thu CIV.
A FAaMioifiiiuc Cur. A Judy rvwIJInrf
la tae vtcaiity U S. oik, the i. of ooe
of our mort dittiujfmnhtd eitizvoa, ad wul
knowa la the foouiouabU world hae utiikd
b r Interest la ILe revital Uiovica.nt by cou-
.1 .kl.. ll'K ...I " ,.
Terllug the t-1 -guat Ulliaid roAui aiuutud to
her Louse, lulo a bU. for tr4. i-iii .tiia. i,.
which b-r ucILImt axe UtiUd l lMOM;lAte
dailr - VA
, Jiir Ou A'uheilU Patriot.
Tlie Dramatic Cock-Fit. y
ar tbi ACTaoa or " daxti's iswkho."' "
Would tboo 0 1 Pamuot, iu assembly
The " golden youth of Msldle Tsbiishwh. '
ia an meir esgy grace and nrgligi
Then mount the " itallerjr " or the Galrly,
And look ts-nralh yon to Uie crowded it,
Where." goMca .' saaitk or Uie irtria ail
A very era of moving, 1,-ir.g liea.t,
Vet mnet of thew rtrnnmlnntod " tiad.,
& me lolling back trnit leaning on their kneea
And orue reclining, lengthwine at their ease,
A few there be adopt the Turkish Myle
And c-om their legs b r;st them Tor awile, -
While oilier rest their rtttlcu feet nlp
Tlie bench In front, which arrTe tliem aa a prop,
But all reKardlem of the wondering lo.-ke
Tnat fall frrm Xublai and rich (hwra Cloaka.
As flne-framed plctnrea are mnet oft admired
For reason of the brilliancy In which attired
Impartially we'll aketch this plctnreaqite parquctte,
.Framed by th bright drew circle, with bright Jewala
Pes in the corner with that curly pate,
A " new-made " lawer trying to look sedate,
While farther down anon tile honch bi-low
" YounR I'hyic " smotliee hi tntnlleclual brow,
And next to him with rustiee close around
A dry cool ' rirnmnvT," drumming underground,
A broken landlord with wnw not prolidr,
Assnming liuiir which i quite netcniflqtie,
A Sorting youth who y.- hen Fill G. ranla,
And hoists his feet to show hi fUrted pants
All tradea are represented here we pee
The ' Prea " in force ten printers on a epree,
A bob-tad " l.al " and a " crioc " vim (?)
Who Blares to show tho wisdom in his eyes,
In truth, methinks this mongrel-mixture pnrquette
May well be likened to a ' cock-p:t " yet
There's flglitinx none save oathe little tinge
Where "game-cocks " sometimes with the gaffenguge
But deem'd it not a boisterous rontter-pit
Bn-ause, forsooth some skimming foul may flit
Across the boards in airy motion swift.
And Peafowl like their ornamentals lift,
Or, by tlie brilliant foollight promenade
On tip-toe, hopping, some young Hen-arrayed
In all the plumage of a " pullets " guise
To pull wool over young Don Juan's eyes.
Tis rather like a cages or xtnll like those
They tnu fair sample in at State fair thowt.
For here full large, without the aid of hoop t
You see a Ruck worth all else in the coop,
Spreading her fair proportions looking shy
Allah I big I hick sny you we say a la shanghai,
When SMCh fnir SHinple of thu farm yard stock
Are to be seen, Is't st:'&nge tlist men will 11. k
Into the pit and " pity 'fs, tis true "
W.ll go the farther down to got the higher vie w t
TIetalrle Jockey Club It area .Spring-
Vkdnkwday, April 7 Jocky Club rurse.
$400 Mile heat.
T.J. Well's (M. fi.SingVtonN) h.c. CaMer, by
F3ilou.tlam by imp. i .lam, 4 yrs .4 1 1
A. Ke.-ue Kicha.-'i's b. c. Kue-y. l.v l"rey In
pie, out ol lilmkey, by iiuckl.: John, 4
yrs .' 1 2 2
T.S. Moise b. c. Cahawha. by imp. Sovereign,
out or Tulip, by Urey t-Jile. 3 yrs 3 3 3
Col. Minor's (J. I.. Imlay 's) b. f. by Voucher,
dam by Geo. Martin -j 4 dis.
'i'.mo 1 A0 1 :4--.4 1 -M.
Same day ' Gaiety Club Stakes ' for two
year olds Subscription, $300 Forfeit, $100
S10)!)add-d by the Gaiety Club Mile heats.
I welve nomination.
I. K. Kenner'sch f. La Variete, by Louis I'0r,
out of Louisa Jordan '. 1 1
T.J. Wells's ch. c. Starke, by Wagner, out of
Rcol 3 2
A. Keene Richard's th. f. Mini 1'uko, own sisusr
t.f iilon.le 2 3
Messrs. H.-bert, liingsman, Myers & Moore, Oli
ver, BiafcUear & 1'uwer pd . ft.
Thcrsday, April 3 Jockey Club Purse
$S0l). Two mile heats.
CoL A. L. Bingaman's b. m. Mary P ,
ny imp. oioucoe, out ot Munetla, b
years old . . .
. Walked over.
A FroiTiTK Slavk ix a Bad Box. On Thurs
day last, the H.a'ii r 1'orti-inouth arriv.d at
Louisville from Nio-hville. She hud gcurctly
lnnd'd before a iIice olhcer leaped on bomd
and hand- d the captain a telegraphic dhpalch
nunounciiig that a negro slave, a d thirty-
live years, b lonjriiipf to Mrs. Susan Pugh. of
St wart county. Teiin., had n d from his mis
trcm, in compaiy with a jaior white woman
ii ii lie d Lticinda Legett. aud it ivu believtd
they boarded the 1'ortsiiioiitb at Linecport.
The t-t amer was ininu d ;itely ransacktd Iroin
pteni to titern. and Mrs. L"ggi tt, w ith three
children and a d dog, bctide a small quantity
of household furniture, with a pine box, were
found, but no nigg. r. That day the For ts
mouth put out for this port, and, while breast
ing the current, one of the d. ck hands, who
had before observed Mr. L-'ggctt'B eoI citude
alMiut the pine box. happened to discov. r hi r
p.iHsiug a cup of water through an orifice in
side of it. lie watched a mom.-ut, and the
cup mysteriously niipp-arcd through the
fame cavity. II is ofacioiieeleing foin what
k.-en. he now U-gan to iiungiu.' he smelkd a
' nigger in the VMiodp'le." l'rocet ding to the
hurricane roof, he called the captain, aud to
gether they r turned to the after deck. Dis
covering the chest padlocked, the captain de
manded the key, and there being no alterna
tive the poor woman surrend. n d at discre
tion. The lid was elevated and there ssit the
nigger doubled up like a jack-knife. Gumlio
w as considerably io.touih d. but discovering
his predicament he put acapital fac-tipon the
matter by indulging a melancholy Yah
yah! inasea." aud with considerable assistance
eiime to a st:ff p rpeiidicuhir, when he vented
his pent up f.'t lings in a hearty laugh conclu
dinghissp.isinodic cachiuation with philosodi-
leai lac tioiisness ov noiiiviuir tin? wilues-ea
tluit he Aasn't de fust nigger ever cotch iu
a bad box. yah! yah!" The poor devil had
ls?ea co.d.ni d ome five days in the lox.
whirh was not three feet square. Lit-t even
ing th" f learner arrived at thisprt. She fnt
landed at Covington, however, w here the fugi
tive was pbu'ed in official custody to lie con
signed to jail until further orders. During
the excitement of 1 Hiding him. Mrs. Leirg. tt,
with her three children and dog slipid
ashore, and, hoarding the ferry boat, came to
this side. She relates that she resid d on a
firm iu Tennessee and contracted with the
d trkey lo bring himjto Ohio tor the consider
ation of one y nr's labor, lie fillilled his
part of the obligation, ami prec.tr d a p:u
from his mistress to go und visit his wife ou a
distant plantation, lust, ad of going lo see
his wife, however, h Mill. r. d li'uns. If to le
packed in a Imix and would h ive gained liter
ty lint for au unlucky accident. He will in
evitably go back to ttervitude. Cin. Cbwi
A Ilnat Morf,
The following story is told by the Washing
ton Suiitt of the Turkish ollitv r whoisMoiuM
mk I'aciia'h Sicretary. If he thought a
simoon was after him in the paved avenues of
Washington, wonder what he would fay to
the clouds of dust that f weep down the dusty
h! reels of Augusta !
11" has lt'U ued to the sandy deserts of
Svr.a, and, on going out yeaterday alUruoou,
found himself euvelojxni in a cloud of dust.
Suddenly t the ftory goes) he was heard to
call upoUjAUa.il iu a loud voice, aud throw
hiii.s. if Ail ou his face in the street. Some of
the bystander lifted hint up. under the iui-
pr.-ssion umi ue una oecu taweu witn an
epileptic nl ; out on lelng questioned lie
a ;t; red widly around Liiu. and asKe whether
it wo Milde tlial il was ov. r so nniii!
What is over V ask 1 Mr. Osc.inyan, w ho
huppetutl to be passing, addressing him ia his
'OU! Ldeudi!' cried the Ara. -l was
walking through this pLajvuit Ut;aar, woo
d Tics ttt lDe beauty of the uuvciUd womeu,
and tuiukiug bow far auay 1 waa from my
native desert, when, behold, I raised my ry.-a
and beheld a cloud of dut, loftier than the
I'Mti -st siiujoa of Sahara, eoiui.i towAid Die.
Certain that 1 wua about to jh rir.h by the
mot ini-traM..' f d -aths, I did according lo
the f.tsliioa of ihc tl.-w.Tt and sought lo tst. jh
the f 1ui.hii l.y b.irvui my lace in t'ie s.tn.1.
1 bad scaitrly doue so hen lln-se p'Ole
lilt -d ms up. aad, bcbolj, the aimoom ai no
loader th ji r."
AMranyaa laughed, and told the Arab that
what b believed t b-? tbesiniixKu was simply
tho accara lUtetl du-t ol the city, swept by
tliewiud, and that toe iuhaUla tU Were so
ai custom, d to it that llny n.-nt ou year after
year, without taking nay preventive m -ua-ure.
Lat the Arab ahook hia head, as be passed
oo. aud m ill red 1 1 him lf:
'MashalUh ! but they are ao.nl. rful cople
thea Vaukeesl We U the simoom only
ou tho deaert, but they hate II iu Uieir streeU.
Guiat Simbtinu tvt.T Auiuu. It gltea
u pUwauro to auuuuucv to ihn rportlug world
Uiat Ui4leh rac tor 10.000 aid,-, ftJ0Q
forfeit, luur iu le heMta, hs Utu utad !
tweeu Ucu. Tnoa. J. VVilU'aco. c Sun it, Ly
a6'uer, out vt Itet l, aud Mr. I. F. Kcnurr
u. c " Vhmvj, (owa bra. to VoucUv-r,) by
VguT, out iyip, ilrilAiiai, to ba raa ovr
tiu ileiairio Courae. o. the balanl ty jrvC--dias;
th rvular aprlaj Uoetia,
IhU will dwubilcM U: tb growl portla(
rveutwf Mxi year, aud will U-iug uuuutu
lw-r.il aud luauuirfuWo IhuUiuui d ' la Tli Ui4.at
lb race-.V. a V. 9Jk wt
Heroic Conduct ofajallora TIfe.'
The correspondent of the New -York Time
relates the following as occuring at Water
town. N. Y. He says:
Early on Sunday morning, three prisoners',
named Wilson. Eddy, Miseie and Ward, by
feigning the sickness of one of their number,
got the jailor at ihm place, Mr. Baker, ia their
power, gagged and bound him. and locked
him iu a ce.lL This done, they robb d h'm of
his money and tue keys of the prison, and
were calmy taking their leave when thev
were" brought all up standing" by beholding
the jailor's Utile wife pointing at them through
a railing, a load d revolver, and calmly in-
iorming mem mat sue would put a bullet
through the first man who attempted to come
forward. A conversation something like this
Fbisoxer The devil you will! You don't
kuow how to fhoot it
Mbh. Baku Try It and ee, if yon like!
I have been practxing with this pi.-tol for the
past few days, and I prorabe you I will kill
the first man who com s forward.
rmsoxER W 11, if that's your game, we'll
be quit" with you. Now. take your choice,
young woman either let us pa.cs oat in
peace, or Fubra't to have your husband's
brains knocked out against the walls of the
jail. Which do you like best! Perhaps that
won't 1m; gay nor nothing, jut to see him
lying out thi re cold aud still', with his brains
lying around. Ha! ha! d d pretty picture,
ain't it! D d prettv wife you are, ain't ye,
to get your husband kill, d! Come, now. what
d'ye fny! L t us out, and it'll be all right
won't ye! And the speaker moved forward
Mr-. Baker The tint man who tttps over that
And there that brave woman held those
men at liy for something like half an hour,
until help came, and they were driven into their
Among the naval officers 10ppod by the
Naval Retiring Board, was Captain Smoot,
who had nceived the thanks of Congress, and
leen vot. d a sword by the State of Maryland
for his gallant services in the war of l12.
The sentence of th Board fell upon him with
crushing weight, and the mortification which
it Occasioned him is b li- veil to have battened
his death, which occurnd som months since.
His widow, feeling the respousibil ty resting
upon her to vindicate the fume of her deceas
ed husband, when the first month of grief had
passed, set about rearing the noblest monu
ment to his memory which a Roman matron
could have desired. Taking the Maryland
sword, she procei ded with it to A inapolis,
during the recent session of the- Legislature.
Here she pr.sent.d h;r memorial, setting
forth the action of the Naval Boatd in her
husband's case, und suggesting that, if he had
ben justly condemn d by that tribunal, the
gift t.f Maryland had bLt-n unworthily be
stow d. and oujcht to be no longer retained
by his famiiv. Accordingly, she Ijecired leave
to return the suoid to the State, with the re
quest th it. if the Legislature believtd her
husband has been injured by the inquisition,
tiny would make soni" dispositisn of the U
ken of confidence and regard that should
stand as a rebuke' of hi perstcutors, and viu
dicatelns fair fame. The Legislature at once
accepted the return of the sword, und passid
a vote almost unanimously bestowing it upon
the gallaut captain's son, a manlv lad of
some fourt H?n summers.
A I.uhus) iVatural.
To the Editor of the Louisville Jim mat s
Hexmiukp.v, April 6,1858.
Gextleme.v: I bave jusf rcturnt'd from a
vihit to ohh ot tat' mot extraordinary cunoi
ties ever known ia the history vt the human
race. A nero woman, In longing to Mr. Sni'l
Stites, il this place, gave birth, eight days
. r i: i -i . . r
u;ii, in tour in nig cuimreu joint a togi uier iy
pairs in a Mill more peculiar manner than the
Siamese Twins. The two bovs are connected
at the shoulder, and from the hiu to the knee
joint, leaving the lower joint ot the legs a.d
the leet ot each perfectly tree. The cirls are
joined at the eliouM r with thisdinerene from
the Imivb ; that they have hut one arm issuiuir
from the junction of thtir (houhkrs. They
are joineu irom the tupuowu to the loot ill
two legs ending in one loot. .
In regard to the color of the children, nature
seems to have beeu quite an eccentric ns in
their formation, one of thu boys being black
and the otln r as white as the child of a white
wom iu: and so with the girls. They all wein
to be perfectly heath v and the mo htr in doinir
-Mr. fctits, who is a man of weal lb, takes
gnat pleasure in showing the twins to his
rieuds, and tueir " levit s ' have bctn trreatlv
crowd d for tlie last day or two.
i.especuuuy, . v. TAlUil.
Retrenchmknt nr Millions. The custom
hoiihc returns show remarkable evidence of tlie
power f our people to retrench aud recuper
ate. Iu the last three mouths ut this port the
reduction in our importations amounts to the
i.fi-inoiis mm of thirl v-six in llions. In
March, 18.r)8, we took nine and a half millions
lt-s of foreign iroixls than we did iu March.
1K57. In tlie lirst six months of the prer-ent
tical year, including the three months prior
o the revulsion, our imports al this inn t were
four ami a half million- i t exciM of those of
tin; previous year; now, our .nnn.rls for the
ine months iid"ng31t of Match, are actual
ly thirty-two millions in urreiir of la.-t year.
All this indicates, a tri-m.-udoiis amount of
obstruction ami retsitichtneiit hpreading
througtiiit the country; and it must lead. Ie-
re we xpect it. to a su.ld.-n revival ofbui-
nefs. incr. ase of trad -, und restoration, of
coinniercial activity. X. Y. Jlrruld,th.
SPR i NGS.
Ilicknian co., Ten ii.,
(FoKTV MILU WEST OK COM'MBU.)
FroprielorsMp and .Management.
r"MHS rt lelitatxd WHti-riii; ptai-e hat Ii r b.-en pur.
X clmv.l l.y thj si.tiH.rilu-r lias li.vn tUiironplily
retired aud reueval.-.l , ua w,u t, openc-d lor liiu re
cepUnu of Tmitors ou tho
20TII DAY OF 3IAY.
The late proprietors having liiwcd of their entir
inu-rt-nt in the .rin;. Uie aibM-rilfr, aasmurd bv Mia.
Keller, will WMimx the entire management of the e
lahlisliini-i.t, and iieithT pains uor exix-uae will be
iparvd uiremli-r lh-aver iHim oueofthe most pU-a.aiit
and couilortuble waU-rinR plae.es in the South weal.
Tlu- bnil.liiinH have all bwii pUeod iu excellent r
pair, and many iniproveiiH-uu added, ao that Four
Ilumlred vis:i.rs en be er. iimucUuxl nb every
comfort aud convenieiire. 'Hie table will be a bun
lUntly supplied, aud wilt be ojiml to those of Ural clua
The watcraat Thwvw Ian ewiiw of Wmt,Grey,
Red und IWaek r-nlelmr, tlial vb-nm i iitoth bv anaiv.
t tw ibe pt e.i(.-,t in loo t-ti.) and liw beat vt
I'riwlooe aud Linwstone.
The autrribt-r, who ham Imu. lor Ui Usl fl reara.
eris-aced in llio prat lice of nketliriiie IB Nurth A la turn
and Mvui)iiia, can be coium m.leJ at all buura by v
ilors ho nuy chance lo ueod hia r k.t-a a a physi
yirsns of arceat to Bearer Dana.
There are th. ve routea to tli.-w Mimncii, all 4 btch
urr m Una iep.tr. A line i4 tui liea n ill run from t'o
luiuloa th no t on a weeic, aud paaiteiigeiS will go
lluoogb Ir.mi that plare lu one ilay, over one of tl ft
nest rua a In tlie Mat. Arraiiioimeiiu have lea
ouwiu U. ili a Laa'linr, n I.'m T:aaeac Hirer, by
U'tI tui.tuis appriwniug fntn that d true Uon wili ho 4
rM-ly Convey anctf ut the tvnur
Vi tors w.U B:u at Kouvar Iwtn a Urga Ball Roma,
Tau rut AUaa, .c. A tue trout itrNm runs b-r Um
pu, uo-l oeei id proat abuodaaod tuay ho found is
lbs naiuvUiaM VHiinuy.
Hales of Charges.
IVir week.; $T 00
Onl.lfn uniU-r l-n jcrsol-l 3 M
srauu if aa a
A Lour of ue lixt.-u uU bo nud to tho abora ru-s
wheB Caoii4i.s riaaiu ue luucth ur aaraij Uia auaoa.
Of tb'W j who an uiasqijaotd with the proprietor
of Beaver Ivia.ba b.-ga Ih lu refer to
Oeu. tlirkm au.l lr. Ieva, Ja Liu, Ua.
Ju (ox, li . ati.l J la W. Lajiry , .vau, Ala.
Uura 1, O. I'nuce, Wt.i, AU.; Isa. W. H. &
R. y. NeHrnum.Tuaxaubia, AU ; it V. UjIU wjr ,.. f.
K.H.te, , auU It. I'. Mau.ll, UeiniJi, Tna.; A.
il. Liie , L , tulaiuUu, Unu.
i rl-ajmw lil-i j is f KiXLtK.
MADAME LA ROSE,
f"Wit. wucU reaowbtfd IWxtress, and GoddeM vi ins
A t'lan4 reaicra, lu vuured lite cilj . ti,a caa im
l So. JJ, tau urmr, upusite tsld IVik.
Hall. Mw c ia deacritM aU duK.av.-a a na ti arn t ku
BMaitr. Uvlw ui frelda beulth ar partKulsrly rr
"ll SnealL Thxii. la caa t-4ity to im tm-l
wonderful can sh. baa pertortuad u will rtd U
ywl ywar Ll, sj4 sIk.w u fakM-aa of ywur faUaa
cW,.Mfcm, liaacnbes frvaJs aud mm i.M , can bring
Uia aepMfWt. kfeitMT; au-l cause i; Bvarru.
Tlnwiasmlt bar cuoaulte4 br rtb ruur wtwu.
LsJwat admHSdal fruto f A. M sat:! 1 P. M- '-flli-rot a
frooi Sr.M. auui f p. M.
(f eHrXTSJsalrcivs4a4for a s ly
PtA BUL9 AtXfcJsrn4s4Ps V
Splendid; Irish Potatoes.
BEXJ. F. SHIELDS
HAS in Store a lot of very One Northern Meshanoclc
Potatoes which he will sell for much less thaacott
to cke consignment. Warranted good.
v F. HAG AN,
J Ho. 39, Market Street,
WHOM UI AST) RETAIL DEALER IX -
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t or Kale by p. HAG AN.
Or, Tlie Captain's Ward.
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fhe Reason Why: A careful collection of
many hundreds of reasons fr things which, though
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the author of "Inquire Within." Fourth supply.
For the Ladies. Miss Lambert's complete
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tratious and diagrams.
Mrs. Hale's Receipts for the Million, coutainiiig 4545
Kjeeipts, Facts, Directions, Ac, iu tho useful, orna
meutalund domestic arts, and iu Uie conduct of life;
being a complete Family Dictionary.
Mrs. Hale's New Cook Book, the Lett published.
Sam Slick, the Cluck Maker. The funniest book out
Horse Shoe Robinson.
The Three Beauties, by Mrs. Southworth.
Whito Lies, by Road. .
Tho Lost Daughter, by Mrs. Henti.
Quits; a Novel; by the author of "The Initials."
Also: a variety of New Works in pair; by Himth,
Reynolds, Dickens, Aiuswortb, Maxwell, Ac.
For sale by f. HAGAN.
Or, The Young Pretender.
By J. F. Smith, author of "Harold Tracy," Ar., &c.,
Just received and for tale by
apr75-tf Market street.
Peremptory Sale of
Fvcsli Hvasonalilc i.ootls,
"lriTH aT Iuvi.ice if liamaged GikhIs, sold on ac
v f count of m lmni it m ay concern.
At 10 o'clock Tlinrs.lay morinng, April 16th, 1S6H,
will sell from his shelves and counters a large variety
of Fresh and damaged Dry Good, Clothing, Ac, Ac.
These Goods will be sold in low M suit the trade only.
We have no piicei h.U:ver attaehed u anv item o.
this Mile, aud will close them Willi. mt reserve V .r (iih
aprl4t 11ENJ. F. MilrXliS.
Tlie Superb 31 organ Horse,
THIS llrst class American tr .tu-r will make
tho (iit s-4isou iu Teuuesnew', at tue XE
fai m of Mr. T. Famiing, near Na.-hvi!le, Ut- '
mioatifig July the 16lh, ls.'H, ut Twicvrrnvc Ini i-tR
the i:uson, with the privilege of returning lure.-, laat
prove not iu foal, thu second se. sou. 11. , H I haps,
the only peiiuinu Morgan horse, belli by hire and i.aiu
in the suite, m a rich by, of the I trgcsi s,z. o tl,u
breed, was uever on a regular co.irne. but iroited ai
several Fairs 111 1-57. under .:'. , i,j wa awar.ie.i ev.
ery luiio Irom the fuu Fair at M .utix-licr to the Cnu-
lieetieut river Valley .-how. We reler, with great coii
Udence, to ali genu, in t) who have ex.niiineil l.iui.and
believe we aie oll.-rn g to the b tt-iiers -f Ti-uins....
tlie services t as goed a niadst r can U louud
oi th or !iitli. Lvcry atn-ntion will be eiven lo man
irom a. instance at uie louet-l p. aves.
jn our absence .Mr. duii or Mr. f-taiilv. both
goon uorseuieu, will bave H e care of this ui.ble anl
Address, F. R. JENNINGS k W. P. CARTOt,
Agents, and part ou uers,
.-anviiie or franklin t oiieye, Tennessee.
. niuveni uro m it ul ill. u i..r k.. ,
iuui tauiuti norgau mares ana a siin-nor suliien cult.
... i rejvi-uaiiy inviie aiieuuou.
Sum IV r.atanfos.
-t-1 i i. . .
Ui r. mm nuuioer m miuii naiances on our
books aud neou the funds O ir tei in an. i
BrJ. F. MIILLl'i
lluuariaii ;rass Scctl.
1 . Lhavejuxt ret eivcd a l t of this cek l.rat.-d GrahN
f f ee.l. it w.ll pro. 1 1 ice Irom live to eiht tons of
superior bay to tho at re, as nutricioubas Ime Ui y.an.i
isr Bilei .r lo our coinino!! Miilet. Mw oue inird of
a ouKut'i to tlie acre, m the sumo wav and al the same
Ituio as iliikl. Price J,4J per bw-io-l.
aprl4-.w taa AUVL-il'.oNG c CO.
c hoTc e la'rdV
rcT rr rxracw.'i.T foa
FOB UXXM BT
WOODS & CO.,
prlA-tf MARKET .-T., NASHVIIXJ.
or trie Ural Quality,
Manufactured and for sale, low, by
WOODS &. CO.,
aprlS-tr MARKET fT., NMSIIVHJJ.
Porter's Spirit ofThe Times.
SCIS-CBIITIONS received and weekly crkfor Bale
everv Mouday by
prlo-U JOHN' YOP.K k Co.
UocU City Mills.
ANY oea wantlr-e Flour, Bran . Me.l , Ac., from Bock
City Mills, wdl hod an OiU'Ut IHX at it lit Of.
dc aoa at n . ti. uoraoa c to. s WimbouM
lbs tar-Man calls four uums cvvrr dav.
spol3-tf J.t UAl'MAN'cCO.
CLIFTOX, ALBKIGIIT & CO.
fSiccrsaora lo CLfls k AbtxKI,)
YDAlLi" rsvivu4; s-WlLou w Oieir fine uxk
at no. lscEuin sriicEr,
brs they would be Itappy to aoa all the patron of
t-K-ol lU. m aua an ij.'.iu Want of any (,., u,
their hoe. Our alack embraces et ery arm k- lo b
found ia s
CEULLUYS rttMSflLlC STDSL
la tne Ta.birins' lpartmcnt bare a grem ta.-arlr
of piica4s. alu.ii will nuke ap I,. ord-r,ai4
warrant to five S-il:a t x . Two .rf th B.-u arv'too
sunUy wUMtwlni aukrtaad all ik-w tu-rna and
lylea sr. lurMMdod b Una hor wub da-u.
wmtrrm thai ur ft.l.tte for r.nvioB aU
aud .-a.rable atrles will eaable u lu su4 ail wUa
Uvur waa Uwtr inmiir..
ala-4f JT4FTOV, AIJUUCHT k CO.
THK partiMsrhip Urtwuiturm rtaia mu4m tb sty W
aad l aol llll luX A AlUSrf. mat sUa.avt oa
Ui la4. , by lu .1 wU nowat, Vt tabs 4brt um las
2a4 ot rbrrr, la. i -i-nssa - M fct r-miu
4 b tTiFTo.V, AUiiiUaiT a tu., s 1 b.luto4.ta.
AU w.-Suts -4 w lbs lata SriB, KbiS b lbs
ttof Ftbroary. Ia, wdl pwwascwil uuwiatalr
thsMt atsat. No. U Csdar sust.) saw aauia was
iO. M- Aarr. .'uiiy sitoria4 w eoiMct aaj
rwrwipi Um Uw MiM.
Is tatirtac from Us A-as (Vswa a Assnrr, I taks
treai baen. tm rw BU&ewdt c tM tsmow at
'T fnsada, Mmts. f um, AxsawaFt C..ss (watla
sa worth? ol ssusac., a4 at isr itm s e-
Usuaec nf m4 Uvisa,
iLVf CX0. B. A9yTT.
GRAM) 00JfBIX.TI0X OF TALENT.
Complintenlary Benefit of
31 R. W. II. CRISP,
Tendered him by the Nashville Fire Department- on
which occasion '
MISS ELIZA LOGAX,
Has volunteered her valuable services. Also
MR. IIEMIY EORAEYE.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Crest wia appear in two celebrat
On Thurslay Evening, April 15th, 1858,
Will be actad Sheridan's Tragic plar or fIZARRO: Or
IKE DEATH OF HOLLA Ml - Em IyxiA!. as Fj!
vira: Mr. HK.VRT LiR eivKas Rolia. To conclude with
Shakespeare's KATHAKIXE ASD PETHCCHIO
Mrs. W. IL Crist as Katharine; Mr. V. H. Cap aa Pe
trtichio. Full rt:rulars see Programme Bills.
For Cairo and 3Icmpliis.
'T'HE fine passenger wrket,
X and regular riiib-il vt...tM
Mail Meamer, J. c;. OJVF..
C. P. Lianrrr, Master, will leave MONDAY,
April 19th, at i o'clock, P. M-. for the above and all
intermediate ports. For freight or passage anoly on
board or to A. L. PA VIS,
Regular Friday Packet for
U riiii-AY, tne isth or April i;
at 2 o-clK.k P. M.,thsrden. fcji-fwl,
did new steamer B. M. Rl'XVAV, - v--'-r ' i
Js. Miuek, Masu-r, will le.ive here as above. For
passage, having splendid accommodations, applv lo
r.io-1? A. HAMILTON, ApcliU
For Cairo and St. Louis, Tues
day, April 20tli.
THE regular )iassc-nger and -.'i'.
freight steamer. SAIJ.1F. ksllWSb 1
WEST, J.N. Cokhett, Masu-r, will ra5-g-g n
leave for the above aud ail intermediate ports, on
TLPAY, April 20th. al 4 o'clock 1. M. For
freight or passage apply on board or to
aprl4-td A. HAMILTON, Agent.
SAL I.I K WEST, Corbett, ?Iater.
B. 51. ni SYA., 71 tiler, blaster.
1LLIM!IS fEXTRAL RAIL ROAD AT CAIRO,
AND ALL CITIES ONT THE LAKE SHORE,
And First Class Steamers for
Memphis and IV cw Orleans.
AT FT. LOriS WITH THE
And First Class Steamers 'or Uppsr
Kansas, IVebraska, Utali, JVeiv
Mexico aud California.
Pafseng.-rs for any of thu above Stat -a, or way
pol;:tn, will find -xe'l-nt ai-i-omimjiiiiiions, on U
plii'Htioii lo cither of the above tl ie l-a-tn-lifui' and
in-iiii au-unei5, oue ol nit li will n-ave this ctv on
Tuesday and Friday
Making close connection with Railroads and Su-amert
as indicated above. For frcicht or io-sam) aoiily on
board or to
a;rH-ir A. HAMILTON, Agent-
ejT ft. and G. copy aud discontinue old advertiae-
Y. I & L. Ii. SUKYOrk,
COMMISSIO X A X D
NO. 26 LKVLE AM' COMMFJM.1AL sTIOiT,
sai.t i,ttvis. mo.
Srdicit orders for tho purchase of HEMP. BAG
GI.., noi-E, UAloN, LA1U', FLol'K, W11H.VT, ColtN,
OA l, Ac.
"r Sell every description of Country Produce on
Coiisigiimeui, and Forward MercliaiidiH promptly lo
all ooiuin Irom m. Louis.
lr lh-for to Fihiier, Whelcss t Co.; B. O'Kane.
Apnl 10 tiin.
Wll lJ AM C. I-COIT.
scott & ijrotiii:ks,
Cnmmissioii and Furivaidins
NO. 9 LOCI'.-T .-TKtJ-T, IlrT. MIN AND IVEE,
sr. i.ono, .thi.
T" I'anicularniteiitiou (riven loth.- sile i f Proiluco
an 1 li.linif orders of every description. j
Kkfknk K.-: Merchatils and Kinks ol Nashvt.le.
April li: dalri ly.
. i. u oi sii "i"x,
LITE OP lli't SKMAN A HVITH,
Coiitini.Nsioii ami lriv aiding
Xo. 9 NORTH SECOND STREET,
8AIKT L0T7IS. M0.
April li dawiy.
Sewanec Livery and Sale Stable,
30, i iuiT suti:i: r.
II. II. II AX 31 I-rorricIor.
'TMISoll e-t ihlikhed .-t bie, supplied with the best
A. stock m the country, coiiUuui. lo lurnish
HORSES, lilCGlLS, CARUIACLS, PILLTA.XS,
And all kinds of conveyances al the b rtct notice, at
any ho .r dunnif day or mhl
ar"lbe stable is Bupolicd with a number of Box
4 sr Nuking and I linking alleuded to; also, break
ifiK and tiaiuiu id hor
wbt lior-s bwriie.l by tlie day . we. k or m.u.ih.
Primus liviuif a;ic.-iit b, and vw.tiiiic the riiy.wdl
Hud uvaiked allcuiion ;iveu lo their ls.k by b-aviii
.1 at the ."v wait. Mbie. rl-tl
To Ciach. and Cirri Kiaufactureri, Cabi
net M alter, and Painters.
'r'HE ooderaivned have r-ce.ve i tte atfency for tha
X sale of tho cidelialad KMllr'.-- mauulaiiuied
by tha 'lla)wt I Varnish U iiimI u i irimr OrnijHiiT,"
vh.ch ars uuiveikuhy acknowl.-jeil to be .n iHr to
auy othnr Varnishes in Uie L'ntle.l Mau-s, ati.l bjvejio,t
ncaive.1 a lame su.piy of liieioiloviu:; uul.-reiit ktn.'.s
whK'h they wdl at a very tuiall aUvauce oo ilauu
faciure.V irictw :
l!u-k tUuuiclod Cusch Ikxly Varnish,
Iiu. Knclish Wcurtnj
Brow n Japan
W ti.la Copal
EiU Fins Csrriacs
RAINS k BROWV.
19 Public Square, ,(pt.M Market liooss.
Change of Schedule.
rtEi tzvtt rrjjri
SISkTiLLC IAD . ClllTTiALOoA SllIIIOlD.
fjr- I)OUBLE D.V1LV TRAINS -tHj.
:acii WAV OVI.U XHIi IIUAII.
0 and a'lcr TllI BMiAY, AwU Slh, HM, lb
Mii(rr Ti a-s w iH rua ss loii-.w s :
Lsvr Nahi :lK SaUy at 4 A. U and tMI
Arrru4 at tlaaiuistaa wtlTJU P. M awd A-M -
l.ae Ouitaiuxraak IOujO A. " mil ir M '
Arrivu g at Na.h. die a4 is A. M sod 10 f. M.
fswrnirrt Um Uie Kist, s av w iisamjn. , V C , cas .
Irsre Na.b i lie MttUirr uaiB.sa4 suit ck cos -
Briwi. tkruualt.Mil. m- fcas-vtiijc, Isa , sax' ;
t.ys bbarf , Va , Id Irwvs Nasariiie tm tlas m TB -tut
tram tu suk ifcs (nnsilk..
l-SMCftgcrs tor alaau4is hnavs .xasavtlls oa tt a A
U scats , sank cusMtW sA Ikema w.lb it aC
Tboss fu M. amwrtlls a4 SowrU wdl taars Vash-
vUU m Um 3 P M tram, shall ce-U dtrwlly at
Tuiiaboroa Willi tl.e trata foe McMisavdie. T4e Irs s
Ut Wwvss Ik M sat ills at I i StO, rossn-ts w nji Use
day u-aia (rtMsCluiaaea-caaiMiarmcsalaaht uic si
:1S f. M.
At XaaartUs losrs Is dady eosssctica wuli s-wii
fnr tic tia, Osfiassti, Imbui, Hemi.diia, New ir.
tsasB. Pwiasurj , kc.,k , alas a daily s ut av-ca Cur
Ttuwora Twkeascaa s srssses4 s tas fws4 brf-ws
Ks stsruay Sf Uss IrWISS, Um He SnaoU., Ilttiilat tits,
u-waaia, J uact ji uuu, mm , attfawusaw ,UTuu.
Isssoa, twfaAAaA, ABJlwts , WUmisgltai ad ktsuayats.
sfTwHC teasrsi TaJsiH Awsi
Morton's Gold Pens.
A SUPPLY OF
3IORTOX & CO.'S GOLD PEIVS,
JLT RECEIVED BY
aprS-tf W. X. It Ell It V 8c CO.
i s : w w o u k
By Her. Dr. Halsey of Liiville, Xentucky.
The Literary Attractions of
r, A riea for tho Word of God, eon
aide red as a Classic.
BT LE HOT 3. HALSET, D.D.
1 rol. ICmo. $1 26.
In the following page it Is proposed to present an
outline of what may be called the incidental attrac
tion! of the Bible to set forth iu claim, V.th as s
classic and as a book of general education. Regard
ed simply as a book of learning, of taste and gsmns,
of history and eloquence, h has exerted an Influence
which cannot be too highly estimated, and commends
itself t" every cultivated un lorswn liufr. It is the
book of our learning not les than our religion; the
hiMs of oi r civilizition, not l.-ss than our nalvation.
It has moulded into shape, it has pik kond into life
the whole body of our secular leaniinp.as well as our
theolopy: it has brenthel its own vital spirit into all
ur science, literature, legislation, philosophy, and so
cial and political Institutions.
It is these attractions, which may be felt and ap
preciated even by the irreligious and worl llv.mmd
ed, which we propose tn group tog -thi-r in one distinct
and connected view. Our object will be to sH-k of
the Book of fiod as a production of inspired Keniu
and classic taste; to reveal something of its immeas.
arable wealth, aa a Held of knowledge and a mine of
m-iadom, a mxie of eloquence, a master-piece of poe
sy, a text book or instruction; and thus to render it,
so far as we ehall be able, attractive to all.
C O X T K X T S .
CHAPTER I. GENERAt CR.RArTKIlI!TI'-S or TBK BIRI
as a n.Aai mic. Introductory The Bible as a
Classic Tlie Bible adapted to Childhood The Bible
iu the si-hoot an t Collei;e The Bible in our English
version The Bible In the four Frcat Classic Tongues
Tlie Bible as relate t to the State and its schools
The Bible the Pulla Hum of American liiKtitiilions The
Bible and tho Clinrehof Konie ConrliidniK IUmrks.
CMA1TER II. Poetkt NnTiiK bakds or th-. iurie
Nature and iL-esof PK-try in the Bible IiifTe ence be
tween H.-brew Prose and Pcx't-y Stvle of Hebrew
PiH try, Parallelism Jpirit of Hebrew Pn.iri-n..
i.rlmmita r.F IT. ff.. . .... ....
oi-iry inirience or Hebrew
i-ociry w riu-rr or Poetry ill the Bible Thi
C.reat.T Birils The Argument from Poetry
CHAITF.R HI Etoyt-EM-E jivn oratobt or tub old
tutamkyt. Fletiientsaiid Clinri 1-riM ,cs of 'Kloquetiro
Illustrations of Kl'iienre Kar1itt-t Kvninde of Elo
quence iu the Old Testament liidsh as a:i O.-amr
Aaron as an Orator Other Examples from the old
T -ftiinent Eloquence or H ishai, the Arclnte.
CHAPTER IV. -ms eloji-knt orjitoks of tor tew
trtamet Examples of Perverte I Ktoqu,,nc- Her-
ol and Tcrtullu- tHeh of Gainalial The Eloquent
Appollos -iiephen's Address to the Conned Preaeh
liB of John tho Hiptist p.-ter as an Orator Speech
of .l:iiii.'i h.-foro the Synod The 'R-corder or Town
Clerk or Kphesns The Ehxpn-nce of P ud pMU oa
Mars Hill DiM-ourses of our I.ord Conclusion.
CHAPTER V types or femaib oiaro-tkr ix tub
bibik lot-rest of the subject .eiirr.il View Clasj.
flcat:ot;!Vtiire of Evearuh and Kehckah Cliar
art. r of lK.horahniara. ter of Fj-ther and Kuth
Jezebel an I Athehah Hero-lias and her IWncuiff
lUugl.tr Ahiu. ,,1. H.u.uah aud Martha Tho Mary.
ClIAJ Tn; VL REPKr.-TTjTHK Torso Mrv T(lr
Rihi.k 'Uiice aud Limns ol the llieni.. T,t. .-,rwt
Younc MenThe Kirt Two Uroth.-rs Cluirio ler of
Joei..Th lomi, r mS), k..,. !, r ,lvM nni,
Jonathan keieh of Samuel an.! Sa i! . :in,l s-,m-
uel at Kndor h iract.-r ol Al.salom Tho Voune Man
as SovereiKi.Tlie Yo.imf Men of U10 C-plnuv
lomiK Men ofihe New Te.t.-iment.
CHAITEft VII. sikvt. axn tiicsorso nir rihib
Relation i.imI Hearings of tlw SmI.j.h t 'I lie Moral
science of the n.lil, The P hi., on I'liVM.-al S.-iriic,
firt V ientilic Cl.ara. i.i it:.- Second Ch .ra. terii.c
Third Ch .r:.e tiiic Additional liiustraliou.- The
Sa.'-s of the H .
CHAH'ER VIII. 'ikiuixai. nrrni.' or orumia
Of HI-RUMITT SM. KKilTV iv Tun ium. The lvme
rxiKteme llie Providence f (iod Thn Per.m.
( l.arai ier of Oirist The Idea of Special Invine !',flu
eiie. li... Church or GodThe Common Protherhood
ol Man The lay of Sacred Ke-i The Millennium
Ton lie-iirrivtion of the wa.' Th.. I.,.t Judcm.'nt
Tde Heavenly Wor.( The Scheme of Redemption
ilec.ip.tuli.tioii an.l Com iun'on.
For ..iie by w. T. rr.lt KV & CO.,
Xew Volume Trnnostc Reports.
RErORTfiF CASES ARf.tTI) ANH I ITKRMINnn IN
THE SITREME COL'KT OF TLVN EKE. .luruic tha
For tale bv
By JoHX L T. SNEEB, Sute Reporter
W. T. BERRY, Public Sqnars.
iai:A c ii:kuks "
V ore esters UI re S:t uee,
TO BE THE
Only Good Sauce,
avu arrucAriB T'
r a irrrm raoii a
TO HIS BR01HER,
" leu 1.I.A a I I u-
i:iv in..! in El i
.l Y I. .Pl ly
teemeit in India'.and
111 lo .iiiio:i,
the net palatalde,
is well as II... liiiil
V. In 'i.-soin.. S A V C t
tii.it is in. . ic."
Tlie only Medal awa.... . . .. the Jury of the New
ork Kh l.,tio,i or I or irn sauce. w..s oliiaiu.-d by
LEA A I l !il:lS, for Ih. ir Wol.CfT5'i:sl!ll'FSAl E,
Hie worl l i tame ol wha ii haviiii: led to inline;, us
im.uitiors, ptirrh.ot-. s arc t-ai neAi:y r.-quesle.l lo see
tl.sl the ii..iiies of "LEA A- I ERRIVS-' tue m.pr.-.sd
niM.ii the llotlle and MpH-r, and pruned upon the la
bels ole Wholesale A-i Is for the Cn'lwl Fuirs,
JOHN DUNCAN ft 60S?.
o. 40j hrusilus), .. 1.
A stork always in store. Also, or.it is rec.-. ml for
direct shipiuenl iroin En ji.in i. mayC Iy-t-
SlidtciiV Marble" Works!
Church Street, next '.r I Co: nches'a lab.ue. hnp,
olitlltc, 'I run.
'IHE unders uni-il u. i.l.l i: .'no I is IrU-nds fyr
L si'il Um- .i hiu-i:.tis.-iv iiial In- .ulcvti I V. O
Imue il.s JIARBI t Vi : IM.-- m t. a . a ,..l
Ins shop, next d.s.r t-i loiueli s CI. met- " TVJ
shop, on Chur. h Mret-l, iuiu iai; aiinii. u lo
the i. k of tL
Marble 'Monuntriits, To nils, rir,,
A'hieh be has mi cxhibitaw sou for sain, emhrncng s
irreat vuriel) , finished in the in. si s-ipcib uinLui r.
fie is pseimred lo msnefn. tere ou lh shortesi n4H e,
Marble ft a u I e I a; i..i e.i c.eri;tk 4
flarblr Work, "I li-' " wst America:, and Hal
lau Mai die. li s work ll, ac l-rel. (ore, bo war
ranted, aud Lis pi ices lo su.l Uie tunes
Jana if il. L. MIU.TON.
It (II It'AI MMKliN.
riIIE understened Is the authorised aenccy for th.
JL sr.ie of I'otl.-r. K.'lt- k 9etl' Kadrnad Spikes;
Said to he the best and l liraia I sp kes now 111 use. A
supply eouoluully oo band and fof sale by
l. I. IdCKEY,
SprlO-tf Collefe Stre.4, NashrlllS.
Tx NORTH MAKKLT f TliEFJT.
apr&-l- II jr J. C. IIID0 V CO.
I and for sale by
U I'. I lCkEY
Formerly Franklia House,
CIA HKSVI laLl TK.NN.
E. sri BRILII, inOI UII.TCR.
1WOCLH luforsa lbs Iravtdu.z C.-mnmniiy
as-! ail other. isiun( narksvul tliailliate y
auclissod IL 11 u.i. and have t hr-ed lis. J?2JL.
ts tor, as will ba swrn b..v. an J 1 tntrnd to rl.-l
M eutin-.y duriur the pre'l ) sar, and sl.all evw
serti" to Utcr Ui. paUuoas of aU w ho a.il b
pleased to call oa M.
SEEliLT, K FF IBM SUED 1D CPEED,
octui;ii, is. e.
ZZLS, SIXSHiN k CO., Froprietorm,
sp UH'L-VUiX, s.T.
U A. PRATT,
ourxiov it. wFTCAir,
Lmle tiU IAmws.
CarmsT Fmt sJtd Broadway,
(tVBS rtUTT A MATCALT Pmpcwturm.
Cotuiulttrd to Jail,
Or rwntso osasiy, Us. (h y ass-q, ia,
S No-re U.a.wttaaa;. si saass IS BiU,ss4 thsA
a. J- H- Lss, of bais (sou bit, Trs. B
says years sf s.e. ha about las ssmisAs,
sttosts fe4s aw-hss nts, bi c.art. t sust
k'f s4, wwi. Sis hair - sad faa.tal. lbs
waur is ns'Ma4 a s-a fo-wrd, prvvs )k opei ly
a4 )) rbar(eS aa tha law sVect .
. . -TM'.w BoWOV,
Jaflnr st DavKtaoa saaatj at Xaaa.Jas, Twaa.
WHOLESALE PRICE CIKKEM'.
Corrected Weekly. 1
H. Collins and
other make 6(314
Tennessee, wide, .li
t AM LES
Green, y ft fS
lry !-alun ,s'th' (a 15
Mexican Flint, nuoe,
Manilla, v ft none.
rotu-d, V ft G
TKN EE IKON.
Bar. com. V tt. fi tr
J"ud, " ifa IX
Mill Crank .
Wa' in Boxes,
V ft loio w
Email D'rr.y ft U18
C-ira'd, fi buaU ii(2-0
1 1 ir:x.
J"-. e fb Krt?i8
Ijiguyra, " 14
Sheet, f ft (3HQ
.-hoi-l, t.fa) v'
Ifa-st boil ri'm, ;l
V Ion. a.: !.
l'Uteburg bar, av;
Carraca. tt. SI 1L21 20
y, v ft fa
Bar, u Hl
wik tao'd.Vft oT26
Meinl.sk, " fii-6
Harness, " lijo
New .Orleans. Is
gallon, (iu bhis) Zifa'M
Oold nSyr'p, " , 6c(tto
lOd, flkeg, J 6o(SJ T
Lard, f) gallon, $ fa o0
Luiso-d, " '.biaSb
iM-rui, " t f ' S
Manilla, ? Ib lafiiM
Bale i :.'.-, ta)H
Ala. A-Ti n. lb 'i?al0
Tauiior's, " bbia 10
While la-ad. m
oil, f k.r, 2 40
t uri'oN VAK..
TOO, y ,ioi. (ft 9
6'W, " olio
6 si, , U
4lo, Wo 12
4 4-lleet K,"?5"d f7t S
OMiiaboig " -iyt(a 14
leiiltl. all, 3yds
wide, 'f vd (SID
wide, V y J 11 lird)l2
Tarpaulin Coth, w
Twille.1 Uac-p, i;a',i 14
Manner's slrp's l-tra lt
Plai Is h- I inBcySjJWfa 06
doz, $ fu)4 80
sewed, (S dox $ (71X 00
y iund, 856; v..
Siuui'h Hi-'u, !,' i
Vh.lc nuc, li,",al, -lirowu.
MuLc t ol. r , " (ai it;
Hams, V ft (a
Iioui dels, 'lu
now, Vll, 8 fa
Uutu-r. " lsS'.o
Lard. " Qi tt-
Meal, V bush. 4w 4.'
Carolina, V H, bfa
Iirri-I, 'f buah. 3iiQ
line,"? bag Si Ufa
coaise, ' si liji
MU Gs A. 1VK iTl'FFS
A1h-s, Y lb lo)-
Aliiio, bfa tf
A!ali-ti la, " tiHO
Borax Crude " 'IbWM
" retlued,-' ST.fo 40
Brimstone, roll, u(a) 6
Clover, d OllfoC 60
MiU.-u, yi ii)
luu.'Liy, SJ 5 !, t I o
Herd's jrass, (1 0
clean, t fa 1 lis
stnpiwd, 1 15,il 10
Orchard, SI 74ia.J 00
Duck, -p ba,;, S fal 60
I awiit, S (oil oo
Cm. B n, lb fa 8
taal.ic a; WiuU'r, 'Jt&b
U-r, r It So?10
i n:"d, fb
I Castor Oil, per
J callon, 1 8m.'
' Cream Tartar, 40ia t.
j F.is. Salts, 'ft, It 6,i) 6
Flour Sulihur, '(a) 7)
' limn Arabic, li.Vo so
" IokiI. 6ii,a'irtl
I.ecac, Y h J tt;i 6l
L.hm1, pr o 1 (a 6
Madder, fib lf,f.lT
Mienes.a, ' 4il,,'l -JO
Od IViperm'ts fl".,i,io
Opium, V lb . r.i rt b
r-iij-'Iish " fo,li
Uucksilver, " S hol -J6 I asl.
Wuiiiine, " S- "'Uiii OO hear,
SalStHls, " f.(l tl.enii.iii,
Slt;-t..r, " 12S,i14 STOARs
Sal.-raui, " ,i 7 . I S. Orleans. Ik ; i.fa 8 l;
Senna, lit,. Ml I lav alia, ub le
Suiri.r l-ad, " m'M ' do lu ouu
Verdieris, i'a!0 Isif,
I'EATIIERS. Crushed, "
Live Geew, y lh oi',ao3 Powdered, "
Mackerel, No. Spice, y Jk
3, l ba rel, SP'uvD l-uiKor U. e, '
Extra, St 0 VJ-I "0 l'epivr,
Miperflne, S I -.'.'r.i 3 Jki , SPIRITS.
I-ine, S- iif,i,J oo Bran.lv
French, y iral f -J bnfab
Raisins, f bx S'J bfa3
shel,-t h SOifc-'S
f b she! SI 00,'ff
y b iftli.il. none.
y bushel , none.
linn-ell, y (h 40, 15
10, y bx, St 00(4 bo
lnxl?, S4 :'bib
loxU, " Sa b iu6
Wheat, y buh bi fa'O
Rve, ' 4w.'.0
Corn, " r,i-Mi
V ukc .
1 31 Vol 60
'tendered . y th
Iiiihi i..i, y n, s 5crji oo
(.niiM.w.'er, s b ta'b
lie IIvm.ii. " H'laj'
Black, " S I
Psiluij;. y II, ibta'oO
Cider, y cation, (n0
" y burl. S4 6(a l
iiuim, .-l.-nn in'JO
;i v iiiu-
S- bush each l'.(U14
Bin.-. keg, S lo S 00
SiuM-rj . " Si Wli,i 4 (si
I orl, SI ts , 4 Oil
liiasliUK, " S Ui b to h'in'e, t SI', (a V6 M
HkN'EY. I Wiail..
Strained, y lb 8,'.? P-'S ji'-nuiion. y If, 2ffa;b
Comb, l)(u ill' V, fine washed, b(a.i
iiati:s or r.AniAAci:.
CUIKE-I WlLklT BV
r ii i: ii a x k i t t ii i: i mo
Nahmiis. Tbw., April 1ft, ls.'.
Bank of Tennessee
I i.fn Hsiik,
Sol 111 4KILa.
Mir -South Carolina 1-id.s,. par
Plant -rs" Tank, par New Orleans Banks
Merchant' iu.uk, psi I
I'ank of the I moil, . . . hi i I ni-AKaaa.
Traders' Hank p-.r j Mobile Bsnks,....
lUhk id Coiumeric, . . . r mmi i u.
1 pr ut
City I in nk
Ki-l.turk v luniks .
fai uieis' Hunk,
Dunk of Pans
I tlMflttiri lirkp . .
) lauk of I 'liatta!i.-i-i:a , .
lialik I .Aliienca,
I'ank ol Memphis
Um k'w 1'rf.nk
Com mere in I D..nk, ....
Norilierii Kink ,
Southern luink ,
Dunk of NasliVllie, . ldc
nr HI n. is ts.i.ks....'. lo d:s.
par j n.iktii cat;oa.
par. North laiolma b.n.ks
lr ! i.'aSc d s
par . ti einia 1 jinks, . .
I ar IM'UM.
Jr M..U- Bank
lis Slate nk
Hank of Shelby vili.
I'iiik of I m It I- i.e
laiiik .f & ltfm-t
lank of laew. II, ,
Paink of Trent. -Ii. . .
liank of .l.-tl.-rson ,
. . . Mr I
M U II..
lis- .lis Cold 10,
K-.- .lis SlHel
: 0.- .lis 1IH1M I.
.a c .lis New Ye ik .- ml I kanrSpl-em
I IS- .lis I hi'.sd. h I ...,ujVl'rrlii
:i i.i--. New ; I. jus aaarcs
pjink .f En.'Vv-.lle, v dis
I nw rt . j- lUiuk.HS' ills
l alt more..
1 . l.. lilr
I lank ol -.1 1 einn-.se par Ciiicinnni.
1K..MI IA. ) IjlM. 4ksa:.TS.
All old K.nks par Hi's and lo ff
N. w IV-.nks oiH-rt..o. 1' o's. me
A lift i on Sle ut (iriKi-rir
Lanier, Phillips & Co
Tloii.Iaj. nrll lOlb, IMSH. ws
V will sell P-r t .ish.ii. i. .Mil .- our 'l iL. Lie. a
roiiileie asa.miari.t trs ris s, Consiii, in parts
4o hurts NewSusar; 1" Is.xes Star Can th s
rsl bus C.-iT.-e: lis' Mis. A ors. d:
76 l.his. Sw Motaases: Ti Im.m s stlm led V.
40 bl!s rrusl.e.1 and rw.w- fhr:
4'. kits Mxkorel;
IM idics. M It. Itsurn.;
a sacks Alm.-n.is;
1'J rin Sar.lllies;
2i hole Cove Oysters;
lo bars Peier;
SS chests Tea :
SO bales C.sltoa Twine;
V hi Is. Vhue Ti l. sky
1 " N. Y Ursndy;
IS ; H.iTland Clu;
S" keifs Vails:
li .. Painted Buckets
So nests Tnlss-
4S boaes March;
T " Iw.j le's Candles
JS dot Vnson s Blacking-,
1S boxes Flasks:
1!S cases Matches:
T.-crtoer w ilh numerous mber arts les to make op a
complete sale. 1AMLK. Mill i IPS' k Ol.,
apr li Id No. att Market street.
Time Sale of Csrocerles
u a unis v o.,
fAtV.II..ardon A ( s.'.UarrbsBM.)
ON TI 1--PAY, API'.IL l:ilb, lk&S, we will ofler for
sal al Aucti at W. II. OorU.ai k 4 o.'s Ware
bo.ise: ?fa hb4. i(rll crast-.10oo bkl. llsrtilWd "s his
f 10 bar. !! '.dte; k ; varsm. brands.
VV bbls. Mnlasars; t ilr Snap:
1M half do: 'i d.uc. Tanilivl Pixkets;
"is) to.spa Mar Candles; V i.m Tubs;
Vn I d... d- - too keys Naii.;
w ith iiiiisjr 4her articles:
Thw 7ls w ill be ofler 1 m large hrts with liberal
Al' s ir nnisi Joirish: av r f Ms n ender f I1C0
llil.il over f'onoAO davs, tor r',"', snlorc4
Soes prj able in Bank HsfiEW k CO.
Br W will aha. sell off est a rrl loor months :
1 tirlwa Sue Jaouurs 2 i HisSisneuBrsndy ;
Rl a . .. .. .
1 p Una ii-llau4 Cm; S .'s " IMurstle "
l- nr. wd slss sail w jhou lessrv. s consifiimsiil
A V esak. 9rssdy;
U AS SA
IJ ca-rs aaa's P laa SSA
l llM. .
t r .sea a'd IJo.nrs:
I bhls w.rs H It ye W"ha
ky II f cw iImt fwn
HAPsKI k Ol.
Attrtiou Sulr of isrocrries -
Carter, McKay & Co.
On Xhuradav April 1 alls. -s will oik-r
for as. in frnoi ol' our sirrlnuia-, No. .3 Publi
hqoars, a Urr ssd c.ao.4--le sssurtniebl vt Crscer
tra, coBsiatwc tn fart aa fidlows .-
As Har. vsm Ps CuJw; lott bl-bi. fsrsngs Talley
124 hMs t.mer; s'kslf;
to tsbls Crushed S"(ar; SS kbls (mmw old Bourbon
ia fwwserwd Suiar: Wbsl r :
sa bbia. .wars: bMs. old Rys Whisky;
tt buses M K. Kaauas:
SO rtMwts Tws;
14 sbw. I rh PecaBi;
s tasrts-s Fsrs;
oa ks NaiVs;
lOS Wws C. taMWsr.;
rases Msk sw;
AS at. 6. IV. Cars;
S - Smith's Res. o;
Id cask. IWirr ;
VS bas. C ha en if a. Wins ;
Wkot. do. Ckler ;
4A nest Pamisd Tvibs;
i0B do V-a-.ntod B.rkcU;
7 aoa. Wali-s srda;
la rws VrsBtsai Fapsr; M ksnxss Cws s :
a ks MarksfsL toa " Hsmo f;
1m bais. ttaeksrsli ! sals. Vrswa as-Vss; -
a K da. as; fc Wsjms sur Csadles;
j iss srsws;
" TSs sWnvs, cta snasy sssist articles, wdl s pat r
aaa ssl4 Is s.saauta ta wait iwnvhaseca,
IVIJ-U CAKTCH. MiKAT OV