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Office. No." 16. IldciicK flret.
. JULY 20. 1858
Www More on the Political Cle
, . . It oar d.
"We republish thin morning, from the Wet
Tennessee Democrat, the proceedings of a pub
lic meeting' of citizens of IJardeman, held at
Bolivar on the -6th Inst. We note araonp-t
those who participated in the movement, the
names of leading democrats, and we presume
that, although it in Btyled a "people' conven
tion," it is really a new phase ot nham demo
cracy. As such, we would direct the atten
tion of the reader . to it. The resolutions
,1. Approve the action of the Legislature
submitting to the voters of Tennessee the call
of a State Convention to remodel the Consti
tution. 2. Make a declaration of opposition to the
principles and policy of State Banking, which
is pronounced wrong in theory and violative
of both the Fed -ral and Slate Constitution;
assert that our paper system is insufficient
and unreliable, arid enter a pledge to exer
cise best efforts to abolibh it by gradual pro
cess. 3. Avow that they will never be content
with less than placing a constitutional dis
ability upon tbe legislature to charter banks,
without first having obtained a majority of
the legal votes of the State in favor of such
4. Declare the free banking system wrong,
and that all banks which have failed to
comply with the law, should lie wouud up.
5. Declare that banks instead of benefitting
the people, benefit the speculator and sharper,
and, therefore, should lie abolished.
6. Declare that State aid to Railroads has
already gone far enough, and ought to lie
checked by a constitutional restriction upon
the action of the Legislature in future.
7. Take ground in favor of electing the
Secretary of Stare. Treasurer, and Chancery
Court Clerks by the vote of the people.
We do not propose to enter upon a discus
sion of these propositions to-day, or at any
time, unless the democracy of other counties
shall take them up and approve them. There
is an evident disposition on the part of a
large aud very resp-ctsible portion of the
democracy of the State, judging from the
position of certain journals of the party, to
wage a war against our banking system, and
finally to sweep all of the banks out of ex
istence; but this meeting is- the first expres
sion of sentiment, direct from the masses. If
the greut body of the party really desire to
effect these reform, now is the time to strike.
The tedious process of amending the Consti
tution, provided in that instrument, would
require years for what may, through the in
strumentality of a State Convention, be con
s miniated, in part, before the close of the
present year. Let them show that they are
in earnest, by responding, promptly arid
vigorously, to the action of the democracy of
Hardeman, and cause the little cloud which
has developed itself iu the West, to spread
until it shall cover the firmament of the State.
Our contemporaries of the Murfreeslioro'
Acr and Gallatin Examiner assure us that
they are for getting rid of all banks. We
iielieve they are sincere, and shall look with
interest to their action relative to the Harde
man couuty meeting. Will not the demo
cracy of Rutherford and Sumner let their
voices be heard!
A good deal of light has already been
thrown on the interesting question as to what
has become of all the revenue and loans of
the past year amounting to over one hund
red millions and new developments are still
corning. The following statements are made
by '-Occasional,' a Democratic correspondent
of the Philadelphia Tress, under date of July
"L have ascertained that forty-five cents of
the dollar received for the post office printing
is paid to the person executing the work, five
cent of which poes to Appleton. of the State
Department. The clear profit of fifty-five
cents in each dollar is said to be distributed
to the payment of the debts of instil vent
iiewspapers.for which distinguished politicians
are liable, among whom were some of the old
est enemies of the l'resident. At the next
session of Congress I may have occasion to
givo the names of both papers and of indivi
duals, and satisfy the President, who, 1 Iie
lieve, desires, to have an honest and economi
cal Administration, that his patronage is being
wielded without bis knowledge, for corrupt
Senator J. C. Jones, of Tennessee, (old
line Whig.) had a coutract to supply 1 700
horses, at $159 each, which will make the ueat
sum of $270,300. It is stated that the horses
J were to be of a particular color and sire, but
when they arrived at Fort Leavenworth, they
were found to be of all sizes and all colors,
but were neverthless accepted.
'The brother of Hon. J. A. Ahl, member of
Congress for the Cumberland. York and Perry
district, had a contract to supply for the Ar
my 300 mules, at $175 each, making $52.-fioo-
Un nu nriler for 200 from Russell and
Majors, Government contractors, at the same
prices, amounting in all to $87,000. The kind
of mules delivered could be bought readily
at $120 each. It is unnecessary to add that
Mr. Ahl voted for Lccouipton, and is a candi
date for re-election.
"Some of the other members of Congress
from the rural districts have been providing
for their friends at the public expense, in tlu
way of contracts for barley, at tiue prices."
The Murfreesboro' JVevs takes position on
the bank question as follows
A gradual but certain remedy should be
applied, and perseveringly followed, until the
present evil is removed, and a sound currency
giveu to the country. Do you ak how far
we would go? For ourself we are willing to
travel with those who will not stop short of a
Gold and Silver currency.
If it be the intention of the dominant party
not to "stop short of a gold and silver cur
rency," we trust that all the orgaus of the
party will say io. In the canvass next year
we desire to have the question settled pcrna
nently is possible. Xath. FatrtuL
' We are no "organ," and, in a paper way.
belong to no party, uur pontics, nowever,
are well-knowo.and we take the responsibility
of answering for a great majority of the de
- snocracy of Sumner county,' that we don't
intend "to slop sbjrt of a gold and silver
currency," ard that. in every State campaign,
hereafter, we Intend to press the qutviiou.
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ij nioruiuaveijr, iiicic iv umuj i
r who are not sound on the money question.
They have never fully comprebend'-d the in
consistency of opposing a national bank, and
. favoring State bunks. They have tieeu ml-letl
.Ca tne curreucy question, but w uiiru.i to
make them open their eyes, ar ibrir errors,
and repent, and become hard money men. We
are not going to quam-l with litem, or read
them out ; of the party, for we have the bent
hopes of .'their, amend lUt-uL - If , the worst
comes and : cau't get them right. If they
still perfcist in error, aud play Into :be baud-,
of the paper party, and niatmger of batiks
why they must o read out, and lt told to
attach themselves wi:h a party which suits
them better. '- Such, neighbor, arts the notions
' of a very large majority ot the democracy wf
this part of th Stale. Wi by no iuan
d. spair of yet realixiug the gld 0 is!ous of
'Old Bullion." GtlUUm Eramhur.
JlB- The Secretary of the Treasury, says
Ilij Washington eorm'pondent ot the Xtw
York Trtimn, ia mightily encouraged because,
the receipts from custom at w" York bav
exceeded $100,000 daily fur the past wtek. If
thU should continue tarougo lit wftvt year,
with a relative gain at other ports, tbe deficit
would slill be over. $23,000,000 annually on
the hauls of the ordioary expenditure.
MR. GREEN'S CLIENT.
' BT JOHN E8TEX COOKE, OF VIRGINIA". - "
j CHAPTER I. -
i In 1825 I was studying law In the office of
Mr. Josiah Green. My father, who had died
some years before, had left me a competent
estate, and I had dnly gone through my col
legiate course and enjoyed life;" but grow
ing weary, at the ape of twenty-six. of doing
nothing. I had resolutely determined to apply
mvelt to the law.
One morning I wasetudying in the outer of
tht two offices when a handsome carriage
drove to tbe door. A lady with her vail
down, and accompanied by a child of eight or
ten, issued from it. aud entering the office,
HFked if-Mr. Green was within. I replied in
the affirmative, and ushend the visitor into
the inner sanctum ot the old counselor, who
rose politely and .offered the lady and her
companion seats. Tbe door was closed, and
I resumed my perusal of "Fearne's Contin
Very soon, however. I found my thoughts
wandering. Tiny took the direction of the
vailed visitor. 1 had not wen her face through
the heavy green vail; but two large, blue eyes,
full of sad sweetness, bad looked into my
own for an instant, and I remembered their ex
pression. The voice, too, was musical and
plaintive, and affected me. As to the lady's
appri I. it was tasteful and simple, elegant
in fabric and adaoUtion to her fclend r per-on.
The gloved hand which held htr handkerchief
was small and delicate.
I was but twenty-fix. as I have said, at the
time, and it was natural that these details
should impress me. We did not have such
visitors often in our dusty old office: and to
make a long story short. I found myself wan
d ring from my law-book, and trying to ima
gine the subj et of thelowtoncd conversation
in the adjoining room.
The lndy staid lor an hour, and then came
forth attended by goid Mr. Green, who pas
si d his spectacles backward and forward in his
bamls, and seemed to be somewhat affected.
"To-morrow, at half past two. then. Miss
Ellenliorough." he said. "I can not promise
yon success, for the will seems regular, but
I will exert my best abilities in your service."
I attended the lady, who inclined her head
gretefully, to the carriage, and tor an instant
the small, gloved hand rested in my own.
A low-toned word of thanks, and the vehicle
drove away. I returned to the office. Mr.
Green was musing and shaking his head with
an appearance of some sadness. He was an
excellent-heart' d old gentleman, and never
could acquire that philosophic indifference in
business which characterizes many lawyers.
He must have seen from my expression that
I was curious to know the nature of his client's
business; and in reply to his question to that
effect, I said that I should regard his confidence
as a high proof of regard.
"Well, Mr. Wiidsworth." he said, "I shall
not withold it. I can very safely confide in
you. You nre a prudent man, not a light
headed boy. Perhaps you may suggest some
course of action in a matter which, I coulee,
moves me greatly, and perplexes me as
He led the way Into the inner room, and
when we were seated thus resumed:
"The young lady who has just gone is Miss
Ellenborough, a young cousin of the late
James Ellenlwrougb of 'Hockley. He died,
leaving a will here is a copy by which all
his real and personal estate, with the excep
tion of a legacy of a few hundred dollars,
soi'H to Mr. Joel Wescot, of Middletown, a
distant relative. The trilling legacy is in
favor of Mi-s EllenNirough and here lies the
mystery. The young lady and her little
sister have lived with the deceased since the
death f f their parents many years ago, and
were great favorites with him. She assured
ni that he often declared herself and her
sister his sole heirs, rind mention) d the execu
tion of his will to that cfh-ct. After bis death
no such will was found; that which was dis-
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covered lelt, ns I nave said, rue wii"ie oi me
fine estate at -Hockley' to Mr. Joel Wescot,
for whom Mr. EUenborongh never professed
any grent regard. It is true, this gentleman
was at Hockley during the last illness of Mr.
Ellciitiorough, on business; but it seems tnat
the dying man never expressul any liking for
him; and the execution of a-will in his favor
is incomprehensible. Possession could not,
however, be denied Wescot, ana lie now
resides at Hockley: Miss EUenborongh and
her younger sister having most reluctantly
accept' d the kind offer ot a home Irom one oi
the neighbors who was a friend of Air. h,llen-
ltorotigh's. The sense of dependence, however,
evidently preys upon her mind, and by the
advice of friends she has come to consult me
on th' question of the possibility of breaking
the will. I confess I am strongly or opinion
that there has lieen foul play iu the matter,
but what possible proof can we bring? The
young laily's statement a Horns no son oi
grounds to jirocct d upon the will is perfectly
regular and yet ami yet something must
something real I v must lie done."
And exd-lb-nt Mr. Green looked very much
perplexed anil out of spirits. We had a long
consultation; and at the end of it a proposition
which I had math; was ncijuiesC' d in. My
feelings were thoroughly enlisted in the
matter; and it was determined that, after the
visit of the young lady on the next day, I
slnuhl set" out for the neighborhood of
"Hockley," and see what the Kate of things
On the next day Miss EUenborongh called
at the appointed hour, ami this time I was
includ il in the conference. She raised her
vail, and I saw one of the loveliest counten
ances imaginable. Ib-r hair was dark brown;
her complexion ns fair as a lily; a more ex
quisite mouth I have never seen; the d?ep
blue eyes were full ot the most touching sad
ness: iu fine, the appearance of the young
lady was calculated to powerfully enlist the
sympathies of u much colder and moreelderly
man than myself. No new fact appeared.
Mr. Green's examination of the will had
resulted in his finding no flaw. All now
depend-, d upon such discoveries as I could
make by a personal survey of the ground.
With this slender encouragement Miss El
lenborough was compelled to return to her
home in the country. On the next morning
I t.Kk my fowling-piece and hunting
accoutrements put a change of linen iu a
valise entered my light vehicle, d-awn by a
fast trotter, and set olf for the small village
some twenty miles distant, near which lay
the estate of "Hockley."
Is three hours over a miserable road. I
reached the end of my journey. As 1 dis
mounted at the door of the village tavern I
saw a tall, portly man, with sharp and sinis
ter features, come out aud niouut a nue Horse
held by a servant.
"That is Wescot," I said to myself; and I
was not mistaken, as I soon discovered from
the landlord. A single stance told me that I
had to deal with an accomplished scoundrel.
Fraud and treachery were written on his
features in unmistakable characters; his
restless eyes, rolling under busby brows, had
tint ruscally expression which 1 have never
known to deceive.
"Come. Mr. Wadswortb " I added to my
first private remark, "summon all your wits,
to your assistance. Your adversary is dan
gerous." As to mv course of proceeding I bad no
sort of 'scruples. Ceremony was not called
for in trying to unma.-K a loiou wuo nau roo
licd two helpl -s girls, oue of whom was a
mere child. To have gone to him, or his vil
lage attorney, with an announcement of my .
purtiose, would simply nave put me enemy
on their gunnl. I -swore in my heart that
if 1 could track the villainy by any means
short or n -rsonal di-hohor. I would do it.
In the arteruoon l too my gun, anu a..eu
the landlord if there was any shuoliug in the
nfighborh-Mid; if then was, I might remain
with him some days. Tbe sight of a well,
filhd purse, which I aecideuUlIy dropped,
procured a very Uvorable account of the bun
ting grounds in Ihe vicinity; and having thus
s.iniilied Honiface with materials for a fall
justification of my presence at the Uvern, I
ntrollcd forth Into toe tvwt
.Mr first obj'-ct was to discover the rexid -n-ces
of Jacob llolti and Seth Drigbt, whose
name w.re Hgn- d t the will exhibited by
Muts rJlenborougb that under which Wecot
held. These worthies had signed "ia the pre
senctt of th t stator. and in prcaenc of e-ch
other." A wav raring man, of whom I care
lessly asked the names f the resident
Mound me, directed me to the house. '.The
witu-i- were iull Uud-ownera, who sold
vegetable iu the village market. They lived
within a sltNitfVthrow of each oiber.
A siuglo gUnce, as in tbe case ot Wiscot.
told lue that these lo-browed melt were
capable of the crime of which 1 believed them
guilty. 1 was convinced that Hiey were par
te to tbe forgery of a aiil. forahicb tiit-y
had ts-eu rewarded. Their domicile wrre iu
some contuiou: and, passing on, I learned
from one of their neighbors mat they were iu
a few days to ' leave the couutry." My sus
picion UMCwulirtued ly this circununtuice -tVco
wa removing the accomplice of but
1 did not accost tb-e men, fearing to excite
suspicion. 1 iuquirud the ay to the bumble
dHingof an tdJ urgro wlto bad been set
fre bv Mr." Elh nboroUjsh some year before
ills d "sib, as Mom K. bad Inform. d m1. but
had ix'b frequently at the llockl-v House
daring hi nn'ter' ! Itln a. Old Isaac, I
bad been notified,' could be thoroughly trus
K d; ud ttiia 1 found the case, lib head wa
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the name of Wescot this expression as sud
denly gave way to a sort ot sullen contempt.
I no longer hesitated. . I told the old man the
purpose of my visit, and impressed upon bim
the importance of recalling all which he bad
witnessed at tbe hall. : ' rr "
WTien he understood that the inWee ta of
bis young mistress were involved, old Isaac's
countenance was filled with earnest attention.
He declared that he knew something which
had long weighed on bim, but be had been
afraid of. Wescot, and concealed it.' With a
cautions survey of the premises, and after
carefully closing the door, I listened to his
It was briefly to this effct: His master
had never liked Wescot: and the visit of that
personage during bis last illness had ..been
regarded by him in the light of an intrusion,
though a sentiment of courtesy prevented bim
from displaying it. "Wescot had remained,
however; and Isaac had beard him. more than
once, importune the dying man to alter his
will, and leave bim a" portion of the large
properly. Mr. EUenborongh bad invariably
treated these proposals with coldness, and at
last requested that the subji ct should not be
again mentioned. Wescot, however, rtill
lingered. He was often seen pacing to and
fro in the great hall of the house, surveying
the rich furniture with covetous eyes: and at
times he would gaze for hours, from the por
tico, upon the finely-cultivated fields and
great w oods. When be was accosted at such
times by a servant or visitor, he would sud
denly start, and look hurriedly over his
shoulder. He was then "scheming out," old
I-aac believtd, his final villainy.
At last Mr. Ellcnborongh's final moments
approached; and he called Miss Louisa and
little Fanny to him, and talked with them a
great d.-al. They cried very much; but the
old gentleman bade them dry their tears: he
was ready to go, and they would want
nothing after his death. He, Isaac, was then
sent for, aud remained in the chamber until
his master died. As he came cut he saw
Wescot issue hurriedly from the library Mr.
Ellenborougb's favorite apartment, while in
health with a paper in bis band, which he
hastily thrust into his bosom wben he saw the
servant's eyes fixed on him. On the next day
search wits made for a will. Tbe keys to Mr.
Ellenborougb's private drawers, strange to
say, could nowhere be found. They were
forced open; and the will, leaving his entire
property to Wescot, was found.
This was Isaac's story. He was perfectly
convince, he said, that the real will had been
stolen by Wescot. who had gotten possession
of his master's keys, and a forged one sub
stituted. "But the men, Holtz and Bright,
who witnessed the latter," I asked, "were
they never at the ball?" Isaac replied that
they hail been there to pay the rent of their
small tracts aUjut twelve months before Mr.
Edlenborough's death, but not afterward. 1
took from my pocket a copy of the will; it
was dated just at the time mentioued by Isaac.
Wescot had neglected nothing.
1 bade the old servant keep perfectly quiet,
nnd mention my visit to no one. 1 then took
my way slowly back to the village. Reach
ing the tavern. I lamented the scarcity of
game in the neighborhood to tne landlord,
yawned, and retired to my chamber. The
door once closed, I sat down, aud reflected
long aud profoundly, with knit brows, upon
the events of the morning.
There was no longer any doubt in my mind
if there had ever been any. A base and in
credibly audacious piece of villainy had been
perfected, depriving two children, as they
might be call' d, of their legal rights. Forge
ry aud perjury, theft and bribery, had been
the proceedings and means made use of. Old
1-aac's plain and simple tale, which bore truth
on the face of it. had made this perfectly evi
dent. Wescot had stolen Mr. Ellenborough 's
private keys, had stolen his real will, and had
placed in the drawer a forged paper, attested
by two men, who had. doubtless, under the
influence of a high bribe, placed their name
as witnesses signing "in presence of the testa
tor, and in presence of each other." No other
will could lie found no proof of the erjury
on the part of the witnesses could lie produc
ed; they were known to have been at the
hall at the time; what was to tie be done !
I stopped at the words, no other trill could It
found. I was not certain that the real paper
could not be found that Wescot bad destroy
d it. I based this doubt upon two grounds.
First, that at this period the destruction of a
will was felony; and secondly, which was my
chief ground, that Wescot might preserve the
p iper, to be ued subsequently in any secret
negotiation w hich an attempt to recover the
property from him might render desirable.
These were slender grounds indeed. however,
and the result of my meditations was not in
spiriting. I refli'cted, with extreme anguish
and a sort of sullen indignation, upon the re
sult of this crime the poverty visited upon
Miss Ellenborough and her little sister, and I
think if Wescot had lieen near at the moment
I should have forgotten the attorney search
ing for evidence, and obeyed only th j dictat s
of my outraged feelings. What could be done?
1-aac's testimony could not be receivid. I
could not possibly convict the witnesses of
perjury. I was iu despair.
At last, with a more sullen and indignant
emotion than tiefore, I rose from my seat, and
going to the window, looked in the direction
of the Hockley House. Its broad roof was
visible some miles away on a lofty hill, half
bidden by heavy foliage, "And this now
would be the home Louisa Ellenborough !" I
muttered. "These green fields and line old
forests, and this noble hall, would all be hers
but for the knavery of a villain, a cheat, a
common forger? I'll go there,'' I said, "if it
is only to tell him my opinion of him !"
In a transport of indignation I ordered my
vehicle, put a pair of travelling pistols iu my
pocket, aud set out for the residence of WescoL
An Interesting IlUcoTcr).
We see it stated, upon what may Ik consid
ered reliable authority, that thirty thousand
Christians have recently been found upon an
island north of Celelies. It has been rumored
for n time that there was there a Christian
people, forgotten and forsaken, which, how
ever, yet possessed three Bibles, and continu
ed steadfast in the faith. When missionaries
first landed on the islmd they met with a
school-teacher and bis pupils, who repeat' d
in the Malayau tongue, "As the hart panteth
alter the water brooks, so panteth my soul af
ter Thee, O Lord." No Bibles were found,
but the most precious promises of the Bible
written on trees. They knew the Apostle
Creed and the Heidelberg Catechism .and bad
C.iristiaii customs. Twenty churches and
schools yet existed. Through tbe instrumen
tality of Pastor Hcldriug. founder of the
Magdalen Asylum at SUnubeek and chief pa
tron of Inner Missions in Holland, four mis
sionaries, who had been educatid under the
venerable Gossuer, wire sent out and three
thousand persons baptised.
This is certainly a most interesting discov
ery. The island on which the e Christians
were found belongs to tbe East ludian Archi
pelago. The Dnteh have for years had politi
cal rule In this region. This may account for
the original introduction of Christianity a
inongst this pi-ople, and for the fact that the
H -ideltM-rg Catechism was still found iu their
possession. But still the particular time aud
circumstances in w hich this introduction took
place may well challenge special attention,
and elicit investigation Irom those who have
th.t leisure and facilities for prosecuting it.
German lieformtd Messt-nyer.
Clergymen In tne Hall lloom. ;
A correspondent of the Chicago J'rett and
Tribune, writing from Atlanta, Logan county,
Ills., describes the singular termination of the
Fourth of July ball in that town :
It appears that the managers, several day
since, sent special invitation to the ministers
or the various churches in town to attend the
dance, thinking to have a good laugh to thim
elves over it: but, to the surprise of those
present, after the lll had got uudcr full head
way, four of the aforesaid minisU-rs made their
appearance In the bail, aud soon wcr ming
bug with tbe bystander."- The set" being
through, the announcement was made that th
minister having been soUdtod lo attend, de
ird that a portion of the time should bu set
apart lor thviu, which wa acceded to. Then
Commenced the ro'iyw titmtt if Ut hull I
One preached, auoiu. r prayed, aud another
struck up a good old religious byiuu, when
the tUuutr. et-ing what f uru maiUr were
l.kely to take, ordered the uuciciaus to pri
ced, aud begau to dace again, leuviug the
mluisU-r to do. their own siugiug, aud muke
lUir exit the U-ai way they could.
FjtTa&oRtHHAaT IUktu. Mr. Severe Duval,
of this city, lately gave birth to a child hav
ing four l.-gs and' feet and three arms. There
is a protubfrance near tbe shoulder, as if it
wrre a fourth abortive at m. Tbe lower part
of the child U composed Of two bodies, joined
near th chest, or rather the one insrrted into
or growing out of the other. Then i bat
on bead, rather Irrrgularly formed, particu
lrly oa tbe top aud occiput." Th child i ol
t w feioaU sex, ia apparent good health. th
un days old. ud weigh about eight pound.
It h been visited aud examined ty pru&t
siousl sod other gentlemen, abo er debility
1 undoubted, arid from whom w have re
ceived lh above account Urn ten (CW
uMn as snow. Wben l mentioned nts "Old.
master bis whole conntenance lit up; and at
From tKc Wei Tennatte DemocraL . r .
Bolivar, Texn.. July 6, 1858.
rnrsuant to notice there was a large gather
ing of the people of Hardeman county at
the Conrt House, and on motion tbe meeting
was organized by the choice cf E. C. Crisp as
Chairman and Tbos. II. Smith as Secretary.
W. W. Grey, Esq., being called upon, explain
ed the object of the meeting to be to ascertain
tlie senj of the people in regard to the call for
t'je p r posed Constitut lal Convention.
On motion, the Chairaian appointed W. W.
Grey, George S. Gibson and John J. Neely, a
committee to draft resolutions expressive of
the sense of the meeting on the subject pro
posed, who after retiring reported the follow
ing resolutions : - - -
1st. Etxolvtd. By the Convention that our
last Legislature did right 1n passing an act to
submit tbe proposition of holding a State
Convention to change, alter, or amend our
State Constitution to a vote of the people;
and that in the opinion of this meeting the
holding of such convention is demanded by
the highest and most enduring considerations
of domestic and public policy.
2d. Jlaolved, That we are unalterably op
posed to the principles and policy of State
Banking; that it is wrong both in theory and
practice, and violative of the several clauses
of the Constitution of the United States, which
declare that no State shall have the power
"to coin money, emit bills of credit, or pass
laws imposing the force and obligations of
contract-," and of that clause of the Consti
tution of the State of Tennessee, which says
that no monopolies shall be grant d. and
hence has only been allowed by tbe unwise
and dangerous neglect on the part of our Fe
deral and State authorities: nnd that the his
tory of Banking in our State for the past fiw
years, clearly demonstrates the insufficiency
aud unreliability of the paper system as a
currency; therefore we here pledge ourselves
to unite our best energies, and exercise our
best efforts to abolish by gradual process a
system alike discreditable to our legislation
and destructive of every private aud public
interest ot our jieople.
3d. JtesolteJ. That while we may not be able
to presen e iu ptrtect simplicity aud intact the
wise plan of a currency devised by the illus
trious farmers of our State and Federal Con
stitutions, which all good and true men ought
to regard a sacred duty to cherish, yet we
will never be content with less than placing a
Coustitutional disability upou our Legislature
to charter Bauks without first having obtain
ed a majority of legal votes in the Slate in
favor of such charter.
' 4th. Resolved. That the Free Banking sys
tem of 1851-2 is founded upon incorrect
policy or principle, that it has proven a failure
disastrous to the couutry, and merits the un
qualified and unmitigated disapprobation aud
condemnation of eviry good aud true citizen;
and that all Banks chartered uudei that sys
tem who have not complied strictly with the
letter and spirit of the law, should beat once
plactd under process of liquidation and their
affairs lie wouud up as soon as comjiutible
with the public interest and public safety.
5th. Jiexolvtd, That in the opinion of this
meeting Bauks were not instituted for the
benclit of the great agricultural, mechanical
aud industrial interests of our couutry, but
on the. contrary have ever been used by specu
lators aud sharpers, men of false cri dit and
fictitious capital, to tbe unvarying detriment
or tho.-e great and sub.-ta.itii.l iniere-ts upon
which the pillars tit successful and prosperous
eyverumenfmust rest for its support. audcou
sequently if for no other reason ought to be
6th. Jietolved, That the policy of giving
State aid as exteuding State credit for the
benefit of railroads, turnpikes, and other
works of internal improvements, has lieen
carried quite as far as the public safety and a
proper regard for our State credit at home
and abroad will admit, and ought to be
checked immediately by placing a constitu
tional restriction upon the action of our
7 th. Resolved, That in the virtue, patriot
ism and intelligence of our jieople. there is a
safe and ample securiety for every trust, and
that our Secretary and Treasurer of State aud
Chanci ry C mrt Clerks should be el. ct.d by a
popular vote of the people.
Alter an interesting and full discussion, tbe
resolutions weie adopted by a decided major
ity. On motion, it was resolved to publish the
proceedings of this meeting in the West Ten
tussee Democrat. The Convention then ad
journed. E. C. CRISP, l'resident.
Tos. R. Smith, Secretary.
Cleansing; Cotton Seed.
An intelligent correspondent, residing nt
Antwerp, writes under date of May 19th,
1858, that a machine for cleansing cotton
seed has lately been invented, and is now in
operation in that city. From two to three
tons of seed can lie cleansed per day by a
machine of four-horse power, with the assist
ance of three persons. The cotton surround
ing the seed is taken cb-au off, and can be sold
to carpet-manufacturers and paper-makers at
from thirty to fifty francs the one hundred
kilogrammes. Alter the oil is pressed out
the cakes remaining can be sold tor the samii
price as other cakes of oleaginous seeds. The
cost of the machinery is said not to be expen
sive. This is an important inveution and
promises to lie of incalculable advautage to
Ca.v a Max be his Ow.v Gbaxpkather
The query answered in the affirmative: "There
was a widow aud her daughter-in-law, and a
man and his son. The widow married the
son, and the daughter the old man; the w idow
was therefore mother to her husband's father,
consequently grandmother to her own hus
band. Th y had a son, to whom she ws
great-grandmother; now, as the son of a
grandmother must be either a grandfather or
great uncle, this boy was therefore his own
grandlathir! N. B. This w:is actually the
cose with a lioy at a school at Norwich.
Notet end Queries.
On the 18th lust., by Rev. 3. B. WcForrln, Pnvoa
J ones, of Nashville, formerly of Philadelphia, to Sa
rah Jam Saunas.
A Great Medicine for Females.
Hundreds of Btunulaou hav tweo Invented and
old, purporting to be ipeetflc in the various dmeaac
nd derangemunU to which the delicate form of wo
man render her subject. The result of all these stim
ulants has been to impart momentary activity to the
nerwuM rytrm, and false vigor to the mutclett but
thai relief has been succeeded by a depression and
prosU-atiitn greater than before; and the repeated at
tempts of invalids to build themselves up by thane
fait rrtnediet, have Anally ended ia destroying tut
little vital organization was left. But In using "Bar.
kit or 't lltUand Bitten," you will find no such disas
trous results. It is a purely vrgetable compound,
prepared on stricUy scientiflc principles, after the
manner of the celebrated Holland Professor, Boer
hare. I'uder its influence, every nerve and muscle
receives new strength and vigor, appetite and sleep
return, and finally perfect health. advertise
ment In another column. - Jy20-lw-
Auction Sale of Groceries
Lanier, Phillips & Co.
V !U on day, July 26th. 1858.
wui sen lor iaaii,in iruulot uur n iriUuuM, a
complete assortment of Groceries, cousiaUnf is parts
luliows, vi: ; -
40 hhua- thigar;-, V - 100 base ar Candles; -Suo
bagsCufloe: luo bus. h qrs- do:
Ta bbis. liotaki; v J boxes selected W. R.
Hi bbla. crnshed k pow- t'heexe;
- ' tiered Sugar; 100 bbis. Wuae Whisky
44 kits HaclLeret; 1 . N. Y. brandy;
H sacks Almonds; li Holland Ota;
li cases fwu-dmea; SoO keft Xails;
20 boxes Cove uyster; 74 do. Painted Backet ;
111 Ims Pepper; M Maulubt;
2 chests lua; 44 boxes search;
2t bales Uittoa Twin; 1&0 " Soap,
. Z coils Rope; 74 " Itoyia'a Candle;
14 rases Uatrhes; loO doa alaaoa'a Blarkin;
100 boxes tr UvkS;
TokviImt witit aru hr artielesto make apa
compute Bul. - . UMCX, PHSUdP Ul.
jy UA ' ' - . Market sweet.
. Magazines for August.
COOKY'S LADY'S BOOK FOR AfCtVT.
ytemtOX-S MAGAZINE FoR Al'Cl&T.
CRAIUX-S UAliAZINK rufsVaCUlTT.
For ai, by . JOH YORK k CO.
rpo H. T. T HITMAN'S Warehouse, Jfa. Market
X atreeC J". l- 1'tCkLk.Y.
jyo-tr - t -.
i.uatn TUreslacrs ?
hand aad for al by
iy-tf . as ,
d. a wacrr,
44 Market stressi..
I STRAY COW AND CATLP.
A But"! Uiree sloes, a Cum and
tVU c asjia a ssy 4wm. sIm ia iuu
a tin a hi r4 siMsaa wr sjsf (
stir. lkwswcsM fcav r by ryer um
Hi HAM YAlt.UK.
it ir.. Ta
C 1 SPS CI A 1 T V .
LESSEE AKD MANAGER .i ....v.W. H. CRISP.
V MISS AIVME SCA1VLAST y
MR. FRANCIS SWEARAA.
Thursday Evening, July 22nd.
PROFESSOR HEXRI WEBER... MUtlCAL DIRECTOR.
Gem from the celebrated Operas, La Favorite, I.ucia
He Lammermoor, tier Fricscbutz, Precosia, Child of
-Paor. Wiouat'g Composition, entitled "Hail Washing
ton," will be sung by Mr. Charles Williams, (by re
quest,) ith Instrumental accompaniment.
Ticket Drees Circle and Parquette (1 00; Family
Circle So Cents. Box office open from 8 f VI M.,and
from 2 to 6 P. M. , wben seats can be secured.
Doors open at 7 i ; Concert to commeuce at 8i" o'clk
precisely. - jy0-td
In Quantities to Suit,
. r .BY
Tlie Nashville Sewing
IV o. 4 Public Square.
Sale of Slave Simon, at Good
Wm. Luton, Administrator of Rolla Harrison, vs. Felix
Harrison and others.
PCRSCANT to decree of this Court in the above
cause, I will sell at GOODLETTVILLE, at 12 o'
clock, on SATURDAY, 'Sth of Augurt next, a Negro
Man, named MMON , belonging to the estate oi the late
Holla Harrit-on, dee'd.
Tkkms. Four mouths' credit for note payable in
Bank of Tennessee, Balisf. ictorclv endorsed.
J. E. ULEAVES, C k M.,
Jy20-dltwtd Chancery Couit at Kahviile. -
Godey's Lady's Book for August.
AN extra fine number, splendidly Illustrated, and
with all the FaEhions, just received and for sale
by F. HAUAN,
Jy20-tf - Market street.
VIRGINIA LEAF TOBACCO.
"TT E are receiving in Store and ofTer for sale
V SO bx&tultz' 1 A Ac 3 A Tobacco.
This iooa. co has a reputation unsurpassed by any
manufactured In Virginia.
A L. SO
6000 Rio Hndo Segars din-ct importation;
3001) Loudres - do. do. do.;
20 baskets "Mmn"fcChampagne;
101 quurter chests Super Young Hyson Tea;
3 cat-ks Maretl Uraudy imported in 1854.
12 quarter casks pure old Purl;
200 boxes French Brandy.
DILIiOX CO ,
jyiO-tf . . No. 16 Coll.-ge street.
Onfl Bi,LS- J- H- Smith's Old Reserve Whisky;
cVUU 10l bbis. Sweet Malaga Wiue:
'.!)(! e ght casks French Otard, Dupuy 4t Co. Brandy;
.'5 bills. Cherry Bounce;
2tm boxes Cognac Biaudy;
V. dozen Suters;
15 boxes Old Rye and Bourbon Whiskies;
30 bbis American Brandy;
For sale in lots to suit the Trade.
DIIXOX k CO.,
Auction and Commission Merchants,
jy20-tf Xo. 15 College street.
To Texas Land Claimants.
ALL iAtnd and Military Cllma against the Govern
ment of Texas will be forever barred unless ap
plication be made ther-for. prior to the 1st of Septem
ber, 1K58, and proof mace thereon by the the 1st of
Jaiiimry , 1S54.
Any persons having such claims can have them
promptly attended to by calling on GEO. W. CiMiiv,
Attorney at law, of Texas, who can be found until the
15th of August, ai the omre of E. A. Ka worth, in
Nw-liville. In ihe absence of Oko. W. Cook, E. A. Ra
woktii will givo his porsonul altotition to the same.
t. D. emmvris,
o. w. COOK,
m:r.s & cook,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
And General Agents
FOR THE STATE OF TEXAS.
AINSLEY & SON,
General Commission Merchants.
So. 2 MetcalTs Range, Beynold st,
Will give prompt attention to the purchase and sale of
Merchandise and all kinds of Country Produce.
KINGSTON SPKIXGS FOR SALE.
rN pursuance of a Decree of this Court, at its last
M ty Ti-rm, 1S3, I will orP-r for sale to Ihe burliexl
bidder at the Court House door in the city o' Nash
ville, on SATURDAY, THE 21st DAY OK ACUCST
next, that valuable prnMrty known as the Kingston
Springs, situated 23 miles west of Nashville, and with
in a few hundred yards of the Nashville and Nirth
WckUtu Railroad, and on tlie western bank of llarpetu
river, in Cheatham county.
Said proMTty consists ot the Springs, Ilotcl build
ings, and two hundred and loriy Ave acres of land
surrounding the same : has valuable mineral and
fr.-eslone springs upou it ; line lishiiig streams In its
immediat" vicinity , and will on the completion of the
Railroad be within an hour's travel of the city of
Tkkms. Tlie biddings for this rrop"rt? w'" D open
ed at St 500, upon tlie following terms : One half of
tlie purchase money to be paid on the Villi of Janua
ry 1859, with one year's interest, and Ihe other half on
the -25ih January, 1&60, with two years' interest ad
ded. J. E. CIJUVES,
jyl7-td. O. k if. Chancery Court at Nashville.
SIIELBY MEDICAL COLLEGE.
SESSION OF 1858- 9.
rrHE FIRST REGULAR CtU'RSR OK LEfTCRE in
i. tins Institution will commence on Monday, the
1st or Not em kick, 185S, and will continue to tlie 1st of
Tun PHmmtvAKT Cocas or I.irrmw, free to all
students, will be given during the mouth of October.
THOMAS L. MADIUX. M. P., Professor of Anatomy
(Descriptive, Histological and Surga-al.)
JOHN FREDERICK MAY, M. !., Professor of Priuct
pies and Operations of Surgerv.
DANIEL K. WRIGHT, M. D., Professor of Physiology
JOHN II. CAU.ENDER, M. D., Profossor of Materia
Med w a and Therapeutics.
RICHARD O. CVKREY, M. IX. Profess. of Medical
. Chemistrv and Medical Jurisprudence.
E. R. HA.KIN:, M. D., Prolessor of Theory and Prac
tice of Medicine.
JOHN P. FORD, M. D. Professor of Obstetrics aud
Diseases of Women and Children.
H. M. COMITON, M. D. Demonstrator f Anatomy.
Th Cttt llurrrril Is upon the pr-roes of tlie Col
lege, and nuder control of the Faculty, at which ope
rations are performed, and case prescribed lor, aud
Clinical lectures delivered.
Amount of fees for lirrtures, SlnS : Matriculatio
fee, paid but ooce, . 00 ; Demonstrator's fee, re
quired hut onre, 10 O0; Graduation fee li 00.
Excellent Hoarding can be obtained for H 60 to
$t 00 per week.
For further details, or annooneeraents, apply to
JOHN P. Fi'RD.M.D.,
jv17 Dea of tlie Faculty.
JULY 10rH, 1858. ' .
Through Hates of Freight from
IVew York to IVashville,
In connection with New York Side n beet and Screw
Bteamsbip Lanes, to
CIIAIILESTOX iND SAVAKMAII.
New Yrk to aslTlIIe.
First class, wr 100 lbs. fl
flecmid eta, 44 1 S
Tbir.1 class, " . . 1
lUUin Hoxe, M ; tit
!ecia lUite. ' .......... S 30
CLASSIFICATION ON T8 ABOVE 0X7TS.
Piano Fortes, Books, Stattonery, Hoots, Shoes. Li.
quors,Otls, 0., hi hotUea. Otmpsien sad Spirits Ter
pentine In barrels; Carpeting. Oun. Giasa and Glass
ware. In cases: docks. Confectioneries, Cotton Cards;
Cutlery, in cases, casks, and boxes; Dry Gmm!s, in
boxes and bale; D-ug, Frait Tree and 5mbbery,
Furs, Garde Seeds, Lnokinc-Glaases, and Looking
Glass p Ul-, (at owner's risk:) Oyst-rs in cans and
jars; Saddlery, Tin and Uruajinia War; Teas and
, Second CIsiesv
Hardware, feicer rh a eperiued m First and
Third clauses,) Coffee Mills, Machinery; Foreign U
uors, ia barrel and Pipes; Tobacco I boxes; Laath
r, in roil and boxes; oils, in b-urels and casks;
Crkry and Quernsware, ro crate and casks; Kica,
Whiting, Plaster, Sheet Rraas an4 t'opper.
. Tblrd CIim.
Axes, FhoVTl, S,-df, ,1. Irons, Tine and Tin 1
pigs, Tin Plate, Anvils ,Ys-ee,ck of Chami snd Hoes,
Manilla and Uxtnn Curtiage, i'ouVe, Heavy Casting.
Mill Gearm-, Crrnur Pprtnga and Axlm, Railroad
WheU and Axie, Uuurs, Hpske, a4 Boat in bbis.
, Kprt Ul Uales.
Faraitar and larnajtt boxed, and otbr light ar
t tries ot enumerated; a's. Carboy of Acsls, or oth
er CtMtnicaia, wiU be charged by actual weight, at
xibla Fu-at lias ralea.
sVT Nor harfq 6jt drays ge, w barb ge, or fbrward
ta( Tbe above rate corar all expense free Now
York Naa hUle,
Steena as J all s la Unas on Nuhville aad
Ch.iunoogaKussl, wsMfgtveteaitattid to above
Inairanrt. ; .... r. -By
the abov Line per cent. Vr than by Pitta
bv(,WsNlin(, parkersbarir and Um Birer,
swfcmg a iHbroc rfWM t cwnts par I pvoads
oa rtrv goorts. t
a Tlf Road wtU ot be rrspusaibi for any damage
cicrarrtng at ar. -
Gauds shiptwd vta svaaah saoaU ba cotuigocd
AglCatral KaJread, S-tanaah, U.
iiimda shipped rta Cskar ntum siwuld be consigned i
Ageot South Csro tea Kaltn, rtaartestoa.
I CHARLES W. AJtXEaOTt, '
Jli-tf , Oeaarmi Aet.
SACKS OAT-, Jm received by Heaawr Iia
dat, aad tor aai by
' Serifs" Sales."
; SHERIFF'S SALE.
BY virtue of six venditioni exponas, to me directed,
and delivered from th Honorable Circuit Court
of Davidson county, Tennessee, at its May Term,
1858, 1 will expose to public sale to tbe highest bidder
for cash , at the Court house vard gate in Ihe city of
Nashville, on SATURDAY THE 281M DAY OK AC-GD-T,
1KS8, all the right, title, claim, interest and es
tate which Thus. S. Blackwell then had, or may have
since acquired in and to tbe following descnted tract
of Land and Dwelling House, in district No. 4 of Da
vidson county, and bounded as follows : On tbe east
by tbe lands of Sam. Stoet, on the north and west by
the lands of Benianun Hurt, on the south by tbe
lands ot Samuel Butler and Jiab Hurt, levied upon
as the property of Thus. S. Blackwell, containing
about ?6 acres to satisfy judgment rendered in favor
of John R. Gleaves, Wm. Bayed. Samuel Holier, An
derson Evans, Lewie Wright, Henderson Bryant, ex.
JAMES M. HINTON,
Jyl, '58-td ' Slier I a Davidson co.
BY virtoe of a venditioni exponas to me direct
ed, and delivered from the Honorable Circuit
Court of Davidson county .Tennessee, at its May Term,
1858, I will expose to public sale to the highest bid
der, for cash, at the Court-house yard gate in the Citv
of Nashville. on SATURDAY, THE V8TH DAY OF AU
GUST, 158, all the right, title, claim, interest and es
tale which John Brandon ihen had. or mav have since
acquin d in and to the following described lot No. ,
thirty reel, in the city or asbville, on tTierry street,
In lHvidson county, east side, bounded on the north
by Wm Stewart, on the east by Jesse Collins and
Met ham. the south bv Kees W. Porter, formerly John
Tmdull. Said lot runs back from Cherry street, east
to Collins sliue,r8 feet- Levied on as the property of
John Brandon to satisfy judgment rendered in favor
ofHrodie k Dupree. JAMES M. HINTON,
jyle, '58-td Sherirr of uidson co.
BY virtue of a venditioni exponas to me directed,
and delivered from the Honorable Circuit Court
of Davidson couuty, Tennesserat its May term, 1858,
I will exsse to public sale, to the highest bidder f-r
cash, at the Court-house yard gate, in the City of
Nashville, on SA1LKUA1 , llifc. 6T UAt or Al-
GCST, 1N5S, all the right, title, claim, interest aud
estilo which Jeff. Munks tlien bad, or may have since
acquired iu and to the fullowiug deecnbei tract of
land, lying in Davidson county, Delng part ! tlie iiay
or Fly tract, situated on the South side of the Nash
ville and tballauooga riaii road, about 13 miles Irom
the ci'.y of Nashville, containing 4 acres and ninety-
three poles, noar Wallaces Gap, and tlie Solium est
corner of Lot No. 3, of tbe subdivision of said tract.
being known as Lot No. 4, in the subdivision or said
I lav or Fly tract of land; levied on as tne property of
Jctf-rson Munks to sutkify a judgment in lavor of
Isaac W hit worth.
JAMES M. H1XT0M,
JylO-td Soevi of Davidson co.
Y virtue of venditioni exponas to me directed.
and delivered from the Honorable Circuit Court
ol Davidson county, Tennessee, at its May terra, 1K58,
I will expoae to public sale, to the biguest bidder for
cash, at the Court-bouse yard gate, iu the city of
Nashville, on s.tllKDAY, THE -hm DAY Or AU
GUST, 1858, ail the rK'ht, title, claim, interest and
estate which James McUuade then had, or limy have
acquired in and to tbe following described t. No.
Z45, in nest Nashville, in county or liavidson; levied
on as tbe property of James McQosde to satisfy a
judgment rendered iu favor of Aris Brown.
JAMhS M. tll.MU.N,
jyl6-td Shcrilf of Davidsou county.
BY virtue of two venditioni exponas lo me directed,
delivered from the Honorable Circuit Court of lia
vidson Couuty, Tennessee, at its May term, 1858, I
will expose to public sale, lo the highest bidder for
cash, at the court-house yard gate, iu tlie city of Nash
ville,on SATURDAY, IHE blb DAY t-F ALOIST
1858, all the right, t:lie,claun, interest and estate which
M M. Henkle, sr. then had, or may have since acquir
ed in and to the following described Lot, No. 'J45, in the
plan of Ixts known as Ewuig s addition, to Nashville,
which plan is registered in tlie Register's Otlice of
Davidson county, in book No. 14, page 10-. Said IjIs
lronl3J4 feet ou Sti-venson Sire l, and run bark
130 feet to an alley , with an alley on the North side,
being same Lot sold to M M. Henkle, sr. by Andrew
Anderson. Levied on as the property of M . M. Henkle
sr. to satisfy two judgments rendered iu favor of J.
M. Zimmerman, and D. H ilk In, trustee.
JAMES M. HINTON,
jy 16 td Sher.lTof lhividson co.
BY virtue of four venditiorl exponas to me directed
and delivered from the Hinorable Circuit Court of
ihivHlson county , Tennessee, at its May t- rin, 1858, 1
willexisse to public sale, to the highest bidder for
cah, at the Court-house yard gate, in the city of N.ish-
VMle.ON SATURDAY, THE '-iSili DAY Or AUGl ST,
1858, all the right, title, cl.nm.inierest and es ate which
Ji'liu R. Gli-aves then had, or may have since acquir
ed in and t" Ihe fallowing described lra t of Iind.
coniaining 4;ii acres in Civil District No 4, in I avid
son county, and Ixiunded by Wm. '. Gleaves, Jiaieph
B' inkley , Martha He.s8.-y, and Jas. R. Gleaves. levied
upon as the proeriy of John R. (ileaves to satisf
four judgmeuU rendered in favor of B P. Caslltiinan ,
J. C. Ozineul, Wm. Bourne, and Chas. II. CHk.
JAMES M. HINTON,
jy 16-td Sheriff of Davidson co.
A. C. A- A. B. Beech vs. Lucy Adams and others.
IWni. F. 4'owan vs. tleiirge W. Adams and others.
IJl'RSl ANT to a liecree of this Court at May Term,
1858, in above cause, I will sell at the Court
House door, in the citv of Nashville, on SATURDAY,
THE 'Jlsr DAY OF AUGUST, I85S, a House and Lot in
Mi-Cavock's Addition to Nnshvlile. Tlie !t lying on
the west side of Madison street, and fronting thereon
ttlty feel, and running bark 15J feet to a 10 loot alley.
Tkiims Six and twelve months' credit, with notes
well secured and lien retained, and Kile tree from re
demption. J. E. GI.EAVE,
jy 17-td. C. k M. Chancery Court at Nashville.
NEW DRUG STORE,
JVo. 9 South Tlarkrt street.
JAMES Ia. VOWHIaIa,
WBOLBSALX MCALKR I Iff
Drugs, Medicines, I)) e-slufls, Ac,
HAS in store an assortment of every
thing usually kept in a lriig Store,
all Tresh and of the best quality . He In
vites the patronage of dealers, believing
timl he can make R lo their interest to
huv of him. To the retail trade he feels
confident of giving satisfaction, as It will he Ins first
endeavor to see th.it no mistakes shall he made in put
ting up medicines, ax. J'8-tf
tnnn kfgnwhiti: i. :!. in store
111 II 1 aud for sale low for cash bv
JAS. I. I-OWEI.L,
jylS Wholesale lrnggist,N. tf South Market st.
mnft Kr.i? 'INC rAHT.-In sure
X)JJ and lor sale low for cash bv
JAMES U POWH.L,
Jyld Wholesale Drnggist, No. W Sou in Market st.
RftM. CIGARS, all brands, in store snd f.s- sal low
Jf Tor casli by J Art t low fJA-,
jy 16 Wholesale Druggist, No. South Market st.
flftft BOXES GLASSWARE, of every descritio
MUV stir and lor sale low for cash ny
JAS. L. ItlWUJ
jylA Wholesale Drnggist, No. v South Market st
T lyl'ORS.of all kinds, iu store and for sale low for
1 1 caali hy JAS. U I'OW MA,
jy 16 Wholesale Druggist, No. 9 South Market st.
( CROSS HI A SON'S I! LACK !;. In
iU store and for sale low for cash by
JAS. L. POWFJX,
jyl Wholesale ITnggist, No. South Market St.
TJFRFUMERY, of all kinds, in store snd f..r sale low
X lur can by JAS. L. TOW tiA,
jyld Wholesale Druggist, No. V South Market EC
TTnOFI.AND IIITTEltt.l re snd for
XA sale Hw tor cash by J A. L. PWEIJ.,
jy 16 Wholeaala Druggist, No. S South Market St.
CIOD I.It Kit Oil.. In store and forsale low
j lor caan ny js. i u r joj,
jyl Wholesale Druggist, No. South Market tt.
pXT. COI.orYITlltO.nP. In store n!
I l for sale tow for cash by
JAR. L. POWHJ
JylS Wholesale Drognist, No. 9 Smrh Market L
flA.Tl I'lIOII. Iu store aud Ut sals low f-r cash
J ttf JAS. A- rowWA,
jyl 4 Wlioleaale lruggist. No. South Market st.
CKKAn TAItTAIt. T st-e and f. sale
i..w lorcanh by JAS. L. I'OWEIX,
jy 14 Wholesale IVoggUt, No. 9 South Market st.
iion, sen ni oa yt sciii Arrs.!
store and for sale low lor cash by
J A.. L POW1IX,
Jyl Wbokml Iruggist, No. 9 South ahukel at.
AH1J. ASSORTMENT OF HRfO" A.VP WFf'inXES
for sale low fur cash by JAS. U ItiWH J.,
jyl No. 9 Market st.
HOT BLAST IHOX.
TONS HANGING ROCK IRON on baud aad for
D. D. DICKET.
OXK or two respectable yming me ca be eem
nxMtated with comfortable Brd aad lyxlgin I
private family. Addraa Bo iU, Put Offlre, N-h-vUle.
' LKA & I'KRIUIVS
AYOKCESTLUSIIIRE SAFCE, :
' TO BE THE
Only Gooi 8ne,
em a Larrsa rsnsj a
TO HIS EMTULK,
" Tell I -LA it I HC t
R1SS tbat Til El K
KAlCC is kbly mm
tin on as twai,aa4
mi, ia oay stsaMS,
Uss ana palatable,
oa well aa tbe aawat
a imxuu to
Tbe only Medal Swarded by lbs Jury of th New
York EtOKbitsnw fiar Ftwwigw l""i wp rAttaisew by
IXA k PrJaUNS.forlhoar w trt.CETEKsHlKEAUCL,
lb. world wale faaoe of which bavmg led t noaaerotas
UKitaboas, ssircbaarrs or eartMOtiv rsqesaited to
that tbe aaoM of "I EA PERKINS" ar. Iu.prw
poa lb. bvsxl. aad rSopper, oa4 prttilod apua taw la
bels. tkJ wtxiUisl. A(t for th Usited "tales,
J0H2T DXTSC1S k
IV. 40 Ur4Mrtf, ft, Y.
A Mock always otore. Aloe, order rwcwtv.4 for
direct aaipowMtt frwai LcgUo. aaay lywsrp
C It AI lAJrS 3IAGAZIXU FOU
Crab' IUtrA4 Kogatia, awparw .aaab,
Jast rcivw4 4 to al by F. HAGA.
jjlT . . , oUlfasl.
OF SHELLEY & BYROX.
T.X. HERTtV CO. Jiiwt ree'd
RECOUJATIONSOF THE LAST DAYS OF SIUlLf-Y
AND BYRON. By F J. TrcUwuy. 1 vol. 12mo.
" No living poet ever arrived at the fnlibes of 6i
fame ; the jury which sits in Judgment' upon s poet,
belonging as be does to all lime, mrunrhe conrpnsed of
bis peers : it mnrt be empanelled by Time Tom the
selected of ihe MuFes of many generations. cTAel
Icy'i Vrfenee cf Foetrf. . . 1 ' '
. T. 17 Ell II V 4c CO, liar also JnM--rec-elTett
LI IG H HUNTS Recollections of Pyron and hi Co
temporaries. 2 vols. Cloth. PoTtrsit;-
BELCHER'S LIFE THOUGHTS. 1 vol.
LFIGH HUNT'S Indicator. 2 voir.
TTIF. LIFE OF GEORGE STFPHENS0.V, the- Eoglisb'
Railway Engineer. 1 vol. Cloth.
SFEnMENS OF DOUGLAS JERROIaS WIT, to
gether with selections, chiefly from his ConUiHntlou
to Journals, designed to illustrate hi Opinion,. 1
MUSTANG GRAY: A Romance. By the Tloat Jere-;
mlah Clemens, of Alabama.
BERNARD MIX : An Historical Romance. By tlie
Hon. Jeremiah Clemens.
DR. CLAI'P ; Autobi. graphical Sketches and Rccol
lectfons during a 'thirty-live years' residence in Kt
STANDARD BRITISH CLASSICS.
THE WORKS OF JOSEPH ADDISON. Complete in 6
v volumes, limo.
THE WORKS OF OLIVER GOLDSMITH. Complete in
4 volumes. 12mo. -THE
WORKS OF HENRY FIELDING. Complete- in 4
THE WOr.K3 OF TOBIAS SMOLLETT. volume.
THE WORKS OF LAURENCE STERNI. J volume.
THE WORK? OF TEAX SWIFT. 2 vds. ICmo.
THE WORKS OF SAMUEL JOHNSON. 2 volumes.
THE WORKS OF DANIEI. DEFOE. 2 voh 7emo.
THE WORKS OF OIARIXS LAMB. 2 vols. l'mo.
THE WORKS OF WILUAM HAZ1JTT. volumes.
THE WORKS OF LEIGH BUNT. 4 volumes.
THE WOKKS OF LORD CHESTERFIELD. I I voL
THE STANDARD FEMALE NOV
ELISTS. THE WORKS OF JANE A USTEN. Complete in 4 vol
THE WORKS OF HANNAH MORE. 2 vols. l Jnso.
THE WORKS OF JANE PORTEIL 2 vols. 12mo.
THE WORKS OF ANNE RAiklJFFF. 2 vols, l.'mo.
THE WoKKS OF CHARLOTTB BRONTE. 4 volumes,
EVKI.IXA. By FRANCIS BURNEY. limo.
CORINNE. By MADAME DE STALL. lUiuo.
Just nt-eived by
IV. 7. ItEItnY &('0.,PnblleSqur.
No. 39, Market Street,
N AS IIV1LLE,T 11 1 . K SSi: 1Z,
WUOISSUIJI aU UCTAII. IKAUCB IS
Dlrdiral, .Miscellaneous and School Cooks,
Letter, Cap, JNvs, AVrapping
and other 1'aiter?;
WITH A LAKCK a'WIItTMKVT OF
Ink, Slate, Pencils and Stationery generally.
HARPER'S MAGAZINE ror July, a splendid num.
her. Prs-e only i5 cents, or Three v-irs per
aiiiiuiu. For sulo by y, HAGAN,
JeJ3-tf Mark-t street.
CODEY FOR JULY.
GODEY'S LADY'S BOOK FOR JULY, tlie beginning
of a new volume. Price only 25 ceuts; or, 14 OO per
year. For sale by F. HAGAV,
junelT Market street.
GRAHAMS MAGAZINE FOR JULY, a splendid
number. Price only 116 cents, or, lliree dollars per
year. For sale by
J"n,,1 F. HAGAN, Agent.
JAMES'S LAST AD BEST.
LORD MONTAGU S PAGE, an Hit-lories Romance of
the Seventeenth Century, by G. P. R, Jaunt.
LECTURES OK IXIF.A MoNTKZ, (rountess of Lands,
field,) Iutluding ber Biography.
THE OtUISK OF THE liETSfcY. or a Summer Ramble
among the Fossiliferou lrKsilea of the Hebrides,
or Rambles of a Geologist, or Ten Thousand Mile
over the Fossiliferous leH.:l- of Scotland, by
HukU Miller, LI. D. Junt receive.1 by
wr--it CIIARI W. SMITH.
BAGS Extra Family Flour, from Clinton Mills
Smith county Teun.. for nle hv
P. '. ANI'fHSliVt
No 45-7, Sonih College street.
Ladies' Fine Shoes.
JADH2) fine Brown Italian flotb I'oef. beel Gaiters.
" " " " " Buiuu
" Black " 4.
" Ksl SIi'ht hm'1srme trmiminss.
' " Rid aiu-ni, with aud wUbout bee is.
' " bide l e boel (iaitrra.
, " ,!, "
" o; 0ncres Goiters.
At No. 71 Public Square.
Je-.t-tf FVYrEB A- FRIZZE1X.
Sick Kabies AVanlrdl
ONE fourth of all the babtm born In the United
Stalea die before they r. live years oM; Calomel
and Cod Urer Oil wont Kvr Hum: powerful medi
cines bare thenM-st1.levn'asellret. The only remedy
I'H- tne diseases of the sernnri summer, for treihre,
measles, cbolic, deranged bowels, depressing fevers,
CJru-fenberg Children Panacea.
Tills alasys cures when all oilier remedies fail.
When children were ilvmp dully tu New York from
in use ot swill milk, tins aa. found to be liw only
Wkrrt rick bait u i Lkt k-mt. tkit smWmijm it
wnrlk iU wripkt it o4J. even if tlie prMrritMHi. of
physicians aud oilier remedies bav. been tried In
If the certi Vales of physicians who have d it
re wanuvl, I ran furnish scores of them. Havinf
bad twelve years' etpermiire ft tu value in my
family and throughout the Slate, 1 hare no Imiuima
in oltecinir to refuud tbe cokI of the Vvtntrry -Vvrav
asi (TtiUbem'e Vuaoesa UHild llx-y fad lo do exactly
wliat I prutniao fur tbem.
A I. FX. MeRKNZIK,
at Frwtnaa A Patter -ci's,
Junel If College Sfl , .Naabvilloi.
Xollcr of Dissolution.
THE Arm of AIJJSmN, ANDERSON A: CO , eom
poned of Aud All sou. T. Auderson and W. D
M laiMlian , waa by mutual consent dbamlred w tbe
1st day of June, by the retiring of Mr. M'Lanatiau
fra the Arm. And. Alli- and T. Andera are
mi-mm attboriaed lo wind up the business tbe old
ftrni. Those indebted to the late firm are requested
to make payment wit bout delay, and lhwe ba-Uig
c'ajina afauiat tlu aatiM w II piw at (bom for ay
menu AUX-JN, ANDElL-XiN k CU.
Having pnrchaaed Mr. M'lamshas's kitrmtl ia tb.
gnod., we have taken In as para.ers as our bu.umas
tWM A. Atlas and J.Jio B Johtusw. Wt aball caw.
tinoe at our old stand, where we will -be t liaind to
ne aur 4d frieaus and merchants generally.
Being anxious to cut our poul Moek as low
as pi.ible, preparafriry to our fall purcbasa. w will
Her Muluerlnruu la price, to tbos wtohing to rvrdea
ia their stork. .ball be glad at a ton la r
eeive iherr order, and wiU do our boat WlUUwa
JwaeU ALI-ISOV, ANM35SOX 4 CO.
BY young maa af gaaa bmw jabBcaAM
kg has tMi cotinerled wub tiiaGrwwry aad Lt
qa r bnsuw, and caa com well rouaaaau4.
Ad-ireM Bob lir.U -cf
f th. ywag. as fkaady oagbl be
rrM w about b Iu m lb. hwiaq answ araswot
ad !9 tent rvmody for r.wera asnrbo wr dawrbasra.
,iw(l.r tbat or a a4 to attack all aca,oat abfetb
wr mult ia fatal wia.acaci m wlurs a puy saaa
caa be pm:nMl.
Tb. Iacteabwr liyswassry Sfrea.oilT SO eotit
per tMU., bo Mi lb hut tr Jmmrt rwreat nos roow
of dosarttcrS of lb Vowelc, a BaaUr hsW t r 'wt t,
tboa U at bog grsa.iaw oast raarrqiiMis pwt v
Is llinaa, cfaaarsaaa of lb. Board tt Heoltsj m
Xew 1 k, as lew awrwi cbul.rs
ffmmt lm (mm lAw w.nln iai umm mmmi at (A
tasvs ssa. as aa.st v atal aass . c
1. lm r Oaamairtoaa of Crufcua Water
Warfcs.corvsWa that rrs ait UM of bow4 rota
ptanta. prudaeod by astosg fra on-r fraA. tmr tnmm
lb eaawaw. st fruan oa laaaaadati. atpara of tba
daw barga. wa fvea a .aiaiieal caaag. twwuarwd br
hi the csakteata nt ib. bwwwia, aad tba N fcrwdaoi
aAaarlaas ut tb brass, sksh wtbar
api lo Ou.
Tursaidbout Teanr.au aad AWbosaa baa alay
bwsa -aaod a pr-av f maity for Himmtm Umm. 11
avay b bad mt oil drag m4, aad of uw baarnwr at
Paiasesoa Freaaua a lataaVar. auwa .
)ua.la-Af - ALEX MACXENT1E.
FreftU Vaccln Matter.
WE bar bast tsid a ww-w arlwW mt Voce a
Mawer, . M tJJJt, Ktliar ft a CO. ,
Xyl-i Dru2 ai. Cs4or a.
Jot olr-C0 Hcnt.
TU L L AH 0 MA.
GREAT SALE OF LOTS.'
TIIREK DAYS' SALE.
THE TUIXAHOMA TflWN COMPANY offer j
for sale all those beautiful I' is bereUv ' .
fore n-served and unsold, and which are pr- 0jal '
euliarly eligible for family residences, and "j
many of them convenient fin- business liniuv-s. .To -tbe
poor roan who rends a borne to ihe rich man
who desires lo purchase a splendid sn.1 healthful lo
cality for a summer residence, and to tbe man of mod.
erste mesns who wihe to buy a delichtful dwelling
phee, this snb? presents treat e'ttmrtioii.
Tlie locality of Tullshoma, witb a popnlation nf
about twelve hontlred iuliahKaiits, oa tbe Nashville . .
and Chattanoopa Raibond.at the termini's f the Mc
Mlnnvil esnH Manchester Railroad, In Crlti-e rrsinty,
and n the table bind of the mountain district of Ten
nessee, is one nf nnurpsed sslnbrity and pleasant
ness, and the settler here will And himself In the
im!t of all the comforts and appliances of high
crrilijntlon, of an orderly, wrn-regnliitrd, morsl and
rt"f'gimis community, blessod i(h sn in vicnrstiPF,
pit i-mrtlnd refreshing; atmosphere which f is real i
hip1nesta nVeattie.nnd with pore cool wnter which
ttis a joy of life to drink: and m aablition loall this, th
invalid will Dnd mineral wsbr within the town sue,
snd other mineral water (rhalyhente and silphur)
convenient lo tlie lwn, by the aid of whi.-h to reno- ,
vat and retre health. Come tnTiitlahonutand pur- -eWie
a lorcliesp; as the sale is without reserve.
The terms of saleare a credit of one and two years,
tionds and sreority required and lien on the lots re
tained. Pavs of Pale, yr, 4rfi and 5fli davsor tn
Cltr nnf, Va(. ot ihe loan, and of the lots Pr
snle.to be seen on application to me at tbe Lincoln
Jy-td WM. MOOP.F, Agent.
Screri Acrps n Sffwart's Ferry
Joseph P. Brown and other vs. Semuel B. Brow and
r' pursuance cf a decree made in ftm above named
cause, by tbe Chsneerv Covil sr Nashville,. at its
May Term. Diftf, I mil cderfbrssle to Ihe holies
bid.ler.on a credit of 3. 6 and mouths, at'llie I'our
Hoose in tlnsciry.on Saturday .ttie 7lh day of Aegi stv
ISSS.lhe tract of Land in trie pleadings m-ii tV'ned snd
describe)!, tlir same being a tract of seven enes lying-
on lheSt wa-t1 Ferry Turnpike Road in this oounty,
and boucht by the defendant. Samuel R. Brown, op
Win. J. Brown. Notes wiiti two approved sen-ities
required and lien rebined nutil' pureh.se mnev-is- ,
I'd. JNn. K. GLF-tVfS.
JyC-tf C. M. Cham-pry Court at Vach ville..
Lot on Carroll Street, 60 feet
front, and Lot No. 47 in Uni
Tersity Lots fronting oO fe t on
Last feitle of Lebanon Pike.
R. H.Grooraes.Adm'r..of A. L. Suifln, vs. R. A.
Cnmpbell snd ottiers.
IV pursusrtre of a decree ma1e in the above cause
by the Chancery Court at Nashville, at its May
Term. 1RSR, I will offer for sale at the Court honse in
Ibis city, on Saturday . tbe 7th of Angust, f-'S, th
lroperty mentionpd in the pleadings, to-wK: It on,
Carroll street.fi Tee! Trotit bv 150fit loan alley, and
It on east side of Ia-hauon Turnpike 5n feel front by
140 feet to an alley. The Lh on Carroll will h sold
ms the rroerty of A. I- Sutlln . dee'd, and the la.t on
Ihe fx'hanou Turninke mm joint and common M-owrty
of -o estate and R. 11. Gruomes.
Trxus 1(I0 in cash on each Lot. and the residue
on 1 and 2 years credit, without interest
JNO K GI.KAV1M.
Jyft-td m C. k M. Chancery Court at Nashville.
Lot on Market Stret t, '2. by DO.
Ewing k Boweu rt. Cailni-han and G.P. Sanders r.
PUnsUAVT to a decree of this Court in the above
cans-., at May Term, Insm, I will ,.fer st Public
Sale, at the 1'onrl House in linn city on Silurday, tha
"th day of August, ISJH, mh:i la known as ihe
Canadian proM-rty on Market street, Ibe aumn beirir
25 (eel front hy !K r.n t deep.
Tkkms Hue-third cash, and for tbe balance a credit
of one and two years with liiU'rt-i,n.te wit li aporov
ed secuntv retpnred, and Inn in he retained until the
purchase money is fully aid and property sold with
out equity of redemption.
JNO. F GI.KAVFS,
-6-td C. k M. Chanrery Court nt .i-h ills.
T7i.rnn IVorlh of Most rn!nab Ernl Eslatf.
TWII.L S.-1I on the dhkI reasonable terms some of
Ihe ni'1 desirable cily proertV pvir offered in
this ninrki-t Iv mgon Cherry .dar, Market and Srrurs
Sis. , suitable for business Iioiikcs or privale.lsellmps.
proiswe p. ex' haiiKe the above Tor likely Negroes, at
tlie h.'.t cah pra es.
marla-tf WILL. I- BOYn, Jr.
A fonntrj Home for Sale!
'7n,'RTFFV and one half acres of chon e Ijtnd cam
in porciiaw-a on very reasotiaiiie terms. It ut
con ven it-ut lo liie market us a vegetable garden
inayg. raa ff. I.. BOYP. JR.
StoVU Uv Salitv!
vi lie and CliaUauooga R ulroad stis k.
Appiy to wii i. i. novn. Agent,
J.vL-If No. fti Cbrrry street.
T AM ''fforiug for ale thnt beautiOil Hon. and Lot,
on Cberrv strnt t aloimnir th. l r. Itn.l.l.nr. "
frioW 111 COIIIHf rA ereitutl. fritlllllil, 5o fi:.t mh r win-
nine hark IM feet. This is the ni't.t desirable prop-
ei y in me niy lor sale. Also, two Store Houses ou
Maiket street uear Spring l. Aoi.ly lo
H.I.. I- POYP,
J l-tf No. 50 Clierry street.
lwclllns for Ucul !
Furniture for Sale.
TH A K for rent, a nest and comfortable daellms;
house, coiitammg eight riiw, conveniently sit
uated and well suit.-d for a Hoarding House. I will
also sell on reasonable terms, mv household ami
kitchen Furuilure, of eveTy d-rri tion. Those wish
ing to rent and purchase would Ho well to give m a
call and examine the prtroisi s College street below -Church
JuuelT tf ;F. E. M F.A O.
No. 11 South ClU-ge street.
FIEFARWFOirSALE ! f
TW'ISII lo rell one of the prettiest and most desira
ble pl irea thai has been Jiffered for sale. ?t r
tauia alMiul 4tMI arres of line aud fertile land, with ete
A Iso, one cm. tuning 7? Acres, well watered and tin
bered, with improvcmeuts.
ntaylS-tf ti ll.!.. L. POYP, J.
Fifij Xcfq-oc s for Sale.
AMONG the lot we have several good lam lies, Iw.
or tbrre young W omen witb first btld. four rood
House Roys, 2 boys from 1 lo '.'0. good DMitng-rooa
S.-r aiils, with a good Ux d lield hands, me and girls,
and a rood Blacksmith and tnrbr.
ipr.1-f H H. HAYNFS CO.
Valuable Free-Soil Property
I tt'IIX sell the house and h ml H-psal eccwpiod
and owned bv V m. T. Mushy , situated rn H'g
street. South Nashville, fronting silly feet, and run
nmr bark two huudre-t. The boua.Ua brtrk , wrtb
all d'ber necessary ant baihlings. all In g.iwd reir.
Also, a vacant lot fronting on High street thirty-ai
feet, and num. re back '.i 0 feet : a good location for
hniklmg site. This is desirable properly. So u ne.
wishing lo get rid of the enormous lases that are rm
pw1 iian protierty boMers, and we wnM earnestly
Invite Hum wishing iu invest iu real .stale tu examine
this icojwrlv. .
Tawns or is A credit of one, two and throe
years, with intereai friwu dale.
KiT for fui tuer iwrtnular. call od
..v . . E- R. GIJISCOCK. "
7. Real rotate Agent.
Pit ATT, OAKLEY & CO., .
LtTB PARVKK, IHACK CO., - -
niLISIIERS, FCCKSELLEBS I STATIOXEHS,
So. 21 3Inrrar Street, .
I O. m.,or st low tH-K-e., for cosh,d liberal
terwM f.ar aprved eredrt, large stork of '
uink rtn orric-K ktatioxeut,
BLANK AND ACCOUNT BOOKS,
RECEIPT AS D MEMORANDUM LOOKS,
paper or all xnros.
CAKPy. rrkt i LAKs. hill nr ah. v..i .
VKlSTlSa ASU LlTlfHJKJl-IIISV, I " Vrr
BiBUj?, MbcjaNrous and
r. O. a- K. PvMss BollMfis series of Grammars "
Omaiock's wrra-. ,m tb. hcieares; Hooker's I'hfslola
gies; Mrw kk-shy 's Astronomies; Oliiev 's Gmrapby ,
nealy mwt; Imitiani Class Bean .is; lahorr
txaai awsHig; on in -ni. and bent" Spellmj
7i nfifl ,1XI Wpm Pt noorlBf
V J J Jua room vsl aad for sole by
1 It. D D1CXTT4
scviins om oir.! ami
rpBE remsmler of lb. stork of Rich Pari. Boa
' j . iw .u i ors, t-Oi porii' am.
will b. sold within Uii milb at great aacribo
without regsr 1 to rt or oi y otbor cwustderau.
wuwr; tun si sv tnu utt lb fluiiaX
TH C Rare, tm da Moos pa is Courae will eooimwoo
w Tt EMUT, "clober linfa, is, and coauno
F1K-T lur, TrAr, October laJTbe "Watgsw
i.u fnr lUrr year oiu. iU wlruae.; j fur.
re I Mis bawl.; Urw or ssv. to Oil to. stake; in
Club iw odd .O0, pro sled th. race is rue; U maio
aad cobw lb. tat day af A, litM. ' Kecuruy
w i b. rsqoira I bar lb fort la Uss above atak..
Hill lAavfkwkwy Uub Pone aooo. Tbrw nalla
rKHl rAY. WnufiT. Oubsbwr
Clb Pwr Ham beats, tbrw la Bra.
(U Has. acp.uk. fur It. year oMs; tSHOea
trsac; o oartesv - twb of auto ,' tore, or aaor
lo BU lb. siik. .say kbiwa .etrww. . oVcwrity will b
fa-l'iBr.d Uf Ut. forfeit.
TW1KI t'AY,Ti saT,Ocfc.bern Tb. 'HArra"
tTasa," t"r tbre year old. Tw mil boau; u
Mlraao; I Ilk) forte; tbr ar axar Iu nil lb. staka '
ta Uxb t. add $du, provided lb roc ss rua; ta
Basse aad mkmrn a 1st day uf Aucuat, laid frnaarMy -
lit b reuirl tor lb. locWil.
ivtmil DAY, Fsjnat, OcloWr t2.-Juck.ry Club
Pwrw www. Twa suua Baia.
111111 DAY, fta-tranar, tartobor t. Jockey Chab '
Para. !,. , Fvr aa.W asaht - ... -,.'.
- A "Walk Ovrg " Um a !.' Cuara aetitlr lb
wtsTMla to full asnwuat wf Ar-y Clab war. - -
Vr AU aalrww, ail furfaOa ucwrwd, BMial b d
railed la -...-....-
WM. T itOCSDTBET. fweV
' 1034 ...... MaaiybBi, 11. - -
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