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t maKR E. O. EaSTUAX, CuCTORBETT, H. C.C. CRUaCH.
JOUN X.. SABIiIJiGSc, CO.
AUTMwtt W TliE UUilKSTMI).
"Jsef OMtowiAistfrotHwi, which I suppose to besdf
evidtni, thai Vie earth belongs, in. umfrucL to 0ie liv-
S3 ''Ttfjtfford every American citizen of enterprise thel
Importunity of sccunnn an indeoendeni freehold, tt
seems to me bett to abandon the. idea .of raising a fit- j
- ire revenue out of the public lands. Anphew
- - - JTOR' cokohess,
.., ' SAMUEL P. ALLISON", of Davidson.
SATURDAY- HORNING, JULY 2, J833.
.-ELECTION OF PRESIDENT BY THE PEOPLE.
Whig talkers on the streets, we aro told, labor
Very industriously to misrepresent the effect of the
amendment proposed by CoL Joukso.v to the con
.stitution of tho United States, relative to the elec
tion of President und Vice President by the people.
His proposition is represented as one which would
enable a singlo large State to elect the President
his idf a supposes that the person having the great
est number of popular votes, whether it constituted
a majority or not, is to be declared President under
CoLJonssos'a plan. This is a total misapprehension
or misrepresentation of his object Hi wishes to do
away with the machinery of tho electoral college,
and to accomplish the election by a direct vote of
the people. ITis plan, as stated in his own plain
Icngusge, is "That hereafter, the President and
Vice President of the United States shall be chos
en by the people of the respective States, in the
manner following: Each State fhall be divided, by
theXegislaturc thereof, into districts, equal in number
- to the whole of the Senators and Representatives
to which such State may be entitled in the Con
gress of the United States; the said districts to be
composed of contiguous territory, and to contain,
nearly as m&y be, an equal number of persons en
titled to be represented under the Constitution, and
to be laid off, for the first time, immediately after
tho ratification of tins amendment, and afterwards.
at the session of the Legislature nest ensuing the
apportionment of representatives by the Congress of
the United States; that, oil tho first Thursday in
August, in the year eighteen hundred and fifty-sis,
and on the same day every fourth year thereafter,
the citizens of each State who possess the qualifica-
:tions requisite for electors of the most numerous
brance of the State Legislature, shall meet within
-their respective districts, and vote for a Presidnnt
id Yice President of the United States, one of
wrtnm ar ipnsr. shall nnl Ho i n 1. .t- l
..u iuiuumuiu, lao
same oiaie whii memseives; ana tne person receiv-
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ing tnegreal est number ot votes for President and
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tne ono rcceivinsr tne preatest nnmiipr r t-nSa rn
Tice President in each district shall b fcnM, t
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have received one vote; which fact shall be immedi-
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ately certified by the Governor of the State, to each
ui uiu ocurtiA.;a m ongrc2s irom sucu state, ana to
C . 1 O 1 r f , n. . . .
tlie President ot the Senate and the Speaker of the
i House or Itepresentatives. The Congress of the
United fctales shall be in session on thp wrmd
, Monday Jn .October, in the year eighteen hundred
and fifty-six. and on die same day on every fourth
year thereafter; and the President of the Senate,
in the. presence of the Senate and House of Repre
sentatives, shall open all the certificates, and the
votes shall then bo counted. The person having
,-the greatest number of votes for President shall be
President, if .such number be equal to a majority ot
the whole number of rotes given; but if no person
have 3uch majority, then a second election shall be
5.held on the first Thursday in the month of Decem
ber then next ensuing, between the persons having
the two highest numbers for the office of President
' -which second election shall be conducted, tic re-
Eult certified, and the vote3 counted, in the same
- manner as ia the first; and the person having the
greatest number of votes for President, shall be
'P'esident Bat if two or more persons shall have
received the greatest, and an equal number of votes,
at the second election, then the person who shall
have received the greatest number of votes iu the
greatest number of States, shall be President The
-person having the greatest number of votes for Vice
President, at the first election, shall be Vice Presi
ident, if such number be equal to a majority of the
whole number of votes given; and if no person have
such majority, then a second election shall take
place between the persons having tho two highest
numbers, on the same day that the second election
is held for President; and the person having the
highest numberorthe votes for Vice President, shall
be Vice President. But if there should happen to
be an equality of votes between the persons so voted
for at the second election, then the person having
the greatest number of votes in the greatest num
ber of States, shall be Vice President But when a
second election shall bo necessary in the case of
Vice President, and not nece3aary in the case of
President, then the Senate shall choo.e a Vice
President from thu persons having the highest num
bers in the first election, as is now prescribed in the
This proposition cannot be misunderstood ex
cept by those who tcish to misunderstand it It
would give the South her relative weight on ac
count of her slave population. And it would rath
er tike from than add to the influence of the large
gag" The letter from Gen. Bate, in our paper a
day or two ago, has ere this enlightened our Frank
lin cotemporary upon tho point upon which he
seems to have some difficulty who is the demo
cratic candidate for Congress in that district Maj.
Bakrv declined, but was afterwards prevailed upon
to re-enter the canvas", ard is now actively engaged
in it He ought to beat headv, ami can ao it it ins
friends in the district bestir themselves.
pry B, M. Bdoo, Esq., of Giles county, has de
clared himself a candidate for Congress in opposi
tion to CoL Pa vat-. We have seen his circular, tl.e
principal point of which is that he is a wiig but not
an ultra whig. On the temperance question, he
would like to ride two horses at once. He will be
pretty certain to get a hard fall between the two.
(7- W. C. WmTTnoRNE.Esq., is the democratic
candidate for joint representative in Mamy, Lewis,
and Williamson, ne ought to be elected; for he is
a man of good talents, and would make a safe,
practical, and influential legislator.
(gr Gen. J. D. C. Atkins is the democratic
candidate for Congress in the 9th district, in the
place of Gen. Harris, declined. Gen. Atkins
was a member of the last two State Legislatures,
and is a sound democrat, of fine talents.
The Winchester Independent, noticing the
top-loftical" exclamation of the True Yhlg,
" Whigs of Tennessee ! the eyes of thirty States
are upon you !" says :
i-Vo hope 'the eyes of thirty States' will be
kept upon them too, for they are a slippery pet, and
will bear watching."
A very neat taking down of laihos.
(7- Wc learn from tho Advertiser that at a
meeting of the stockholders of the Chattanooga,
Harrison, Georgetown and Charleston Railroad
Company, held in Chattanooga, on the 28th inst,
"V. K. isTKVEaso-, Esq., was elected President,
and Ker Boyce, James Williams, Robert M. Hooke,
Wra. Williams, Robert Cravens and James A.
"Whiteside were elected Directors of the Company-
T?norts from St. Thomas represent the yellow
taopr to be raeirrr with great fataliiy, especially
" imone theeeaen on board vessels in the harbor
. 1 1, All L.!.. ......ttlitflL L..I.L.
Tho iflWM WWU BCWg WWHJJJ-Jdurcijr usmiuf
HARD TO 'PLEASE.
Tho Louisville Journal my a that
" The nreaent tariff vielda an immense surplus
over what the government has any right to expend.
and the LflSeroco presses boast or the' amount ns
evidence of the Jtariffi'a' excellence tarfrJ cry out
against tiny attempt to raodilyBaidarin in tne,
slightest particular !" s-.- ,.,
Lefore the passjge of the present tariff, the
whig Jeadera asserted that it would not raise tweib
;n;nn. r roronno tw, tontih p. nbiee-
tion to it was on that ground. The result liaving
falsified this prediction, they now object to it be
cause it raises too much revenue!.,..
The result is just what democratic statesmen
predicted it would be. The tariff of 1842 amounted
to a orohibilion of marrr kinds of imports. J lie
tariff of 184C, laid with a viewi to revenue, en
courages our foreign trade, and raises atnuch larger
revenue than its predecessor. ...
When tho whigs. argue that a low tariff jielda
more revenue than a high one, they Btate a. fact ;
but it is doubtful if they will be able to convince
the people that it would be wise policy to decrease
the revenue by increasing tne tariff. Most peo
ple would rather suffer the infliction of toomveh
money, than that of too much taxes.
iROEEING THE NAME OP WHIG.
The Whigs (says the Cincinnati Enquirer) aro a
fickle-minded party. That is undeniable true, so
far 3 names are concerned. They don't agree that
a rose by any other name -would smell as sweet
They have had already more names of their, own
choosing than Joseph's coat had. colors. The last,
it was supposed when it was assumed, -would last
for one generation, at least but not so, for thi y are
already casting about for a new name. They have
mr.de: the old honored name of Whig bring Suspi
cion and distrust on the political principles and in
tegrity of the man who bears it They have pai n
fully discovered thatunder their use of it, tho name
of Whig is a oad passport to popular favor It has
come to mean very differently from wliat it did in
the days of the Revolution. Several Whig paperr,
East and West, arc recommending a new name for
the party as the only way of ever getting into pow
er. They recommend the name of Republicans, the
party to be called the Republican party.
Even in California the necessity for getting rid of
the name of Whig iostongly felt. A -ecret circular
has been issued by leading whip of San Francisco
to tho faithful throughout the State, that shows
how unpopular is the name of Whig, and the little
hope there is of ever getting into popular favor by
its further use. This secret circular, which ha3
been made public by a Whig to whom it wa3 ad
dressed, commences thus :
Sin: Recent events and the past Dolitiral histo
17 . tms bmte "arc conclusively shown that un-
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our opponents continue to hold the reins of the
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wf oiyeui. m-uiiuic-aiiufi vou is io ass: your am in
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caangiogww siiuroon oi auairs, wjucu propose
l?t. To drop the name of Whirs.
tn nn sc tniinw:
2d. To assume that of California Republicans.
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I ane reasons given ior mat rccojimenuatoa aie
The name of "Whig," if continued, can not be
I made sunioiently broad to cover many of the pro
gressive ideas ot the day; nor can we hope under it
to draw to our aid-many who, opposed to the pres
ent condition of the democratic party, are willing to
split off from it and join an independent or a new
party, yt -who have been so bitterly opposed to,
and so often in political conflict with us that they
will not assume the name of Whigs nor work with
us under such' name. There arc also two other
classes among the' Democrats whom we may al
most certainly rely upon to join us if wc drop the
Whig name; these classes aro those who being
Whigsin the Atlantic States, have joined the domi
nant party here merely because it wa dominant.
and who will desert it upon the first chance of its
losing power and second, those (with all their
bangere on and advocates) who, either by holding
offico under Democrats and failing to give satisfac
tion, or who by some other means have lost the
confidonce of the party, and have nothing what'
ever to hope from it hereafter. These classes, with
their influence, cast an immense number of votes,
and if the' can be secured, are sufficient to turn
tho scale of popular suffrage in our favor. For the
sake of perfect harmony it will be necessary to give
each of these classes a portion of the offices, which
you are aware will be utterly impossible if we con
tinue under our present namij.
Having given their reason and precious ones
they are for changing their name, they nest pro
ceed to give their reasons for assuming the one pro
posed. They say:
We might tell you that California has great and
peculiar interest, almost totally distinct from those
of either of her Miter States, and that it would be
improper to be guided by the party lines and par
ty names of the Atlantic side; but we can only ask,
can a better or more appropriate name than that
of Californian Republican be cho;en ? It strongly
expresses two, and but two, distinct priuciples
Californianisin and Republicanism; the subordinates
the new party can arrange to suit itself; the name
will not necessarily connect us with any of the At
lantic questions; we can adopt or reject a portion of
the principles of either party; wc are pledged to
nothing but California, the Nation of the Pacific.
The China Mission. We take particular pleas
ure (says tho Charleston Mercury) in chronicling
the appointment of Hon. Robeet J. Walker as
Commissioner to China. The Washington Union,
in a notice which we copy, does Mr. Walker no
more than justice, and his well-tried ability at
home, and the renown which his successful finan
cial measures have piven him abroad, allow us to
hope'that his mission will have a substantial value
for the country.
The transition condition of China at this mo
ment, gives unusual interest to our diplomatic, re
lations with the ancient and whimsical brancii of
mankind which composes the most considerable
part of the Celestial Empire; and whether the
Progressives or the Old Fogies prevail, it is scarce
ly doubtful that good diplomacy may draw from
the present commotions, the means of enlarging
our intercourse with a region which contains a
population greater than all Europe.
If anything could add to the satisfaction wc feel
in the appointment of Mr. Walker, it would be
the nomination as his Secretary, of Mr. J. Ross
Browne, who, at the age of twenty-five, has trav
eled farther, seen more (of thing worth seeing,)
and shared his acquisitions more genially with all
the world, than any man that can be named. He
will be reverenced, during the whole time of his
China Mission, on account of the Book that he is
going to publish, when he returns.
05Whig politicians, like (he Rourbons, neve.
learn any thing by experience. Did they, they
would not try another experiment upon the gull
bility of the Irish voters so soon alter the failure
of last fall's experiment.
- iuUKDEKous jri--AiK oruiat murder was
committed on Monday evening hst, at a place
called Love's Hollow, on the If. & C. R. R.,a few
miles from tms city. 1 wo brothers, James and
Peter Heaton, got into n quarrel about a small
sum of money, when the latter inflicted two mortal
wounds in the neck and breast of the former, who
survived but a few minutes. The parties were
young men and both intoxicated at the time. Peter
was arrested and has been lodged in jiil, from
whence he will probably be t-ansported to the pen
itentiary or the gallows; but what punishment uill
be meted out to the one who furnished the liquor,
who is accessory to, if not the virtual instigator of
the crime, the wisdom and plenitude of our laws
do not definitely prepcrib. Make the liq-ior ven
der directly responsible for the crimes traceable
to his traffic, and you "strike the nail upon the
head." He will become chary of dealing out his
wares, adlibitum, to the man whom intoxication
makes a'robber or murderer. We commend this
suggestion to the "Maine Liquor Liw" advocates,
anci'submititto their judgment, whether laws cm
bodying this principle would not be more effectual
thn sny attempt at total or exclusive prohibition.
LETTER TO MESSRS. JOHNSON AND "HENRY.
We stated yesterday that a request uwaerously
Bigned by mechanics, laborers, and others was ad-
' dressed to Messrs. Johhsox and'HEHBT, request
ing them to speak on Broad street on Monflfy"
night. As they pass through Nashville on JUon-
day, on their route to Lebanon, where they speaK,
Tuesday, thi could have been done, had Wa. Hek-
been willing to face the mechanics ot ims cuy
in uetence oi nis anu-meciiuiv. -
L?isfatures of Kentucky and Tennessee. Maj
HnKRr declined speaking, however, and held Col.
JonissoK to the published list of appointments;
thus preventing him from meeting his brother me
- -Wo publish the request, with the signatures at
tached to it: .i ,
Nashville, June 30th, 1853.
Messes. Hehry akd Johhsom Gentlemen:
We, the undersigned, Mechanic3, Laborers and
others, being desirous of hearing your discussions
in regard to your respective claims as individuals
and partisans in the aspirancy for Governor, rc
spectfully request you to address the people on
Monday night next In so doing we are aware
that it is adding much to your already arduous
labors. Therefore rest assured that we would not
so burthen you were it not from the fact that our
avocations are such that we cannottin justice to
our families, employers and selves, absent our
selves from our daily duties, without the sacrifice
L H. Linier,
Joseph L vipgston,
R. L. Wrefcly,
J lines Mi-Liughlin,
W.' T. Weakly,
J. H. Buddeke,
G. F. Fuller,
R uben Flem'ng,
R .bt. Mil hey,
31. J. Couch,
Benj. F. Williams,
Jno. G. Bayard,
Sam H. Pratt,
J. L. Grace,
31. &. S. Smith,
James 31. Cooper,
W. C. Hodge,
P. N. Mitchell,
Jno. A Fisher,
Jno. W. Ritcliffe,
31. D. A. Nolen,
J. C. Nicholson,
S. L. Gould,
W. M. Hargrave,
E. A. Home,
G. W. Sloan,
R. Stew art,
J. M. Smith,
A. L. Davis,
J. N. Cnrbett,
W. T. Rhea,
Dan. W. Wheeieri
S. E. 3IosIey,
Jo. W. Bell,
R. S. Wilson,
R. D. Hester,
William Pybiip, '
H. S. Avery,
Phillip Sears, "
James 31 Ridley,
Theopolus H. Rainey,
Thos. J. Jeikins,
G. W. Johnson,
D. P. S-ill,
G. W. 3Ianning,
H. H. Harrison,
H. N. Fletcher,
G. S eferle,
J. J. Brown,
W L-vy, '
Thomas j. Hough,
H. T. 31yers,
John V Sievens,
W. P. Haley,
John B. Bosley,
R. J. Comparred,
Wm. J. Doyle,
B. H. Brown,
J. T. Brown,
W. A. Gray,
B. F. Cheatham,
E. B. Garrett,
John H. Dp Li Hay,
H. 31. Owen,
A. C. 3Iarch,
31. C. Sleavin,
W. W. Knowlton,
Daniel J. Scania,
W. C. Birchitt,
W. J. Ha'man,
Wm. W. Robb,
John D. Goss,
James W. Hamilton,
D. B. Watson,
O. G. Bell,
L. A. Lummn,
E. F. Warren,
F. W. Collet,
J. W. Gould,
T. L Garner,
W. W. Gardn,
N. D. Ellis,
E. C. Hooper,
P. W. Cullum,
Jos. P. Johnston,
E. L. Johnson,
0. C. Moore,
R. C mpbell,
J. 31. Frahy,
F. H. Neely,
E. S. Bird,
H. G. Williamson,
M. S. Allen,
G. W. Swinney,
B. R. Cutter,
John L. Glenn,
Jamps B. Pettit,
JlcCrta &. TerrafiB,
Ji lin Mammel,
1 D.A. Nolen,
Jo. P. Brown,
Jno. W. Ratcliffe,
A. S. Smith,
J. G. Bumpass,
W. W. Allen,
W. H. Thaxton,
W. L. Horn,
P. H. Burke,
F. W. Horn,
Sam. 31. Harrison,
S. P. Ament,
S. F. Gibson,
W. P. 3Iartin,
T. A. Hamncr,
Thos L. Marshall,
S. 31. Ament,
Lecujiik Cheese. The Chinese prepare an actual
cheese from pease, called "tao-foo, ' which they sell
in the s.reets at Canton. In preparing this cheese.
tho paste from steeped ground pea3 is boiled, which
causes the starch to dissolve with the casein. After
straining tho liquid it is coagulated by a solution
of pypum. The coagulum is worked up like
sour milk, ealtcd, and pressed into moulds to make
EARLY COTTON AND SOUND .DEMOCRAQr.-'
We have received the following letter, and en
closed a cotton bloom, from a friend in Marshall
county: " f
WESTF LewISBURO 3 MILES.)
fV Johe28, 1853.
Messrs. Edito'bs: Permit me through the
columns of your paper, to inform your readers'
that I had cotton blooms" as early as the 20th of
this month; so LwasHnforaied by my overseer
On going into one of my upan"d fields this, nionir "i
ing, that I had planted the tenth of April, Icollectl
ed a cotton bloom, as you will find enclosed, to
donate to you. As early as this is under the ad
ministration of Franklin Piercs, if you will only
give to us Andrew Johnson Governor of Ten
nessee, I think it will have a tendenry to make my
cotton yield two thousand pounds per acre.
Yours, truly. R. L. Winston.
W00L-GBOWI.NG IN VIKGIN1A.
We copy the following paragraphs from the
Richmond DespatcJt, for the purpose of again call
ing the nttention of farmers in Tennessee to a
source of wealth which they have as yet scarcely
touched. The best wcol in the world can be grown
on the ridges and mountains of Tennessee. These
ridges can be made as profitable as the rich bottom-land
by enterprise :
We are gratified to observe that the planters
and farmers of the old Dom nion are bent upon
making themselves practically indepenJent.
An ounce of hard, earnet effort iu the right di
rection is worth hilf a session of declamation.
Wool is one of the great staples which has' been
neglected in Virginia from time immemori il. The
Northern States have hnhero possessed almost a
monopoly of this essential article.
What they have failed tj supply has been fur
nished by Spain and South Ameiica, wnh an oc
casional eupply from Germany and Sjxony. Vir
ginia has sti,od aside tmd seen the wuaitti derivable
Irom thfe growth of wool absorbed and appropnat
ed by her neighburs. But a new era has been
opened, and we boldly predict that our State will
shortly rank among the fiwt in lurnistiiiig wool
for the marts of the world. We saw, yesttrJay
morning, a sample of fine Saxony wool, grown in
this State, that would bring, m any market, from
85 to 90 cents per nound. We also looked over
some samples of Merino, grown within twenty
myles of Richmond, that brought 60 cents in this
.market. The grower remarked that at such rates
he could not engage in a more profitable business.
It seems that he had entered upon wool growing
merely as an experiment, and has only one hun
dred and seventy sheep in his floe k. For this sea
son's clip he received Vuott $350. He informed
us that he had one huddred lambs for sale, for
which the buuhers had repeatedly offered S4 per
head, but that, as they were full-blooded Me
rino, he had sold most of them at 10 each,
and expected no difficulty in selling the remainder
at the name price. At this rate his profits for a
single year will be from 750 to Sl,350 upon one
hundred and seventy sheep. On being asked the
annual cost per head of feeding them, he replied
forty cents, but added that, since their manure
was worth three times that sum, he concluded that
hia wool had really cost him less than nothing.
Considerate attention is now being paid to the
growth of M'oolupon the poorer lanus of Fuijfax
and Prince William, and the business is steadily
increasing throughout the whole Piedmont region,
from Harper's Ferry to the North Carolina line.
We doubt not that evea in the tide-water sections
of our State the growth of wool will be found profit
able. A CiiAtXESCE to Eckope. It appears from the
following paragraph in the New York Spirit of the
Times, that another American yacht i3 about to
proceed to the British Channel, to test the compar
ative merit, in point of sailing, of the English and
American yachts :
"The yacht Silvie, Capt. Comstock, sailed from
Depnu's Island, (Westchester county. N. Y., oppo
site New Rochelle.) on Saturday, 11th inst, at 10
o'clock for Havre. She was built by Geo. Steers,
at the same time and alongside of die 'America,'
and may bo said to be her twin sister. Po?:-ibly
there is no improvement on the modd or ri? of the
America. Kousverronsl The Silvie is 105 tons,
and her spirited owner, who is a young gentleman
of family and fortune in this city, is willing to test
her sailing qualities with anything in Europe (not
excepting the renowned America,) for any amount
of money, or for the lionor of the Ameriatn Flag !
The Silvie, from Havre, sails for Cowca She car
ries a crew of eleven picked men, all smack men of
Long Island Sound, all young, handy ami hand
some who, 'know the ropes,' are up to a '1'o'keep
sie shake,' and don't 'lose, anything when they
break 1 Louis Depau, Esq, her owner, sails for
England in a few days, and will join her at Cowes.
Ourcorrespondentsand subscribers in 'foreign parts'
will look out for him as 'one of us V The yachts of
England or Russia may beat the Silvie, but they
cannot 'take down' her owners for enterprise, spir
it, or hospitality. The best wishes of twenty mil
lions of people are with him, and though he maj
not command success, he will deserve it 1"
A telegraphic despatch received fiom Halifax,
dated the 22d instant, states that the yacht Silvie,
(cleared at this port as the May Flower.) put into
that port on the 18th, with her master sick ship
ped another navigator, and left on the 21st.
Georgia and its Prosperitv. Mr. Everett, in
his lecture the other evening, thus alluded to the
growing power of Georgia :
"In this rather uninviting sketch, it must bs
confessed that it is not easy to recognizi the natural
features of that thriving fState, whic 1 possesses at
the present day above eight hundred miles of rail
road, and which by her rapidiy increasing popu
lation, and liberal endowment of colleges, schools
and churches, and all the other social institutions
of a highly improved community, is fast earning
the name of the Empire S ate ot the South.
This does nut do lull justice to the State ; there
are 1000 miles of railroads within her boundary,
and the work is as yrt but commenced. Great
credit is due to the city ot Savannah for the liber- I
ality and enterprise with which she has given her i
aid to Works ot internal improvement. A railroad
237 miles in length has just been completed which !
unites the city of Columbus tj her in bonds ot i
iron. Tne echoes of the cannon, with whiih the
citizens of thoFe two towns celebrated their inn j
nuptials, have 6Carcc died away, and yet we learn
that Savannah has already entered upon another
grand railroad scheme. She has virtually plcdg-
ed her.-elt to bui.d a railroad over three hundred 1
and fifty miles in lenjth.wh.ch shall connect her t
port with the harbor ol Pen;acola, and do aw..y j
wiih the tedious and expensive voyege around the '
capes of Florida. Hardly an instance can be )
found in the history of railway enterprise, of a j
city of such sinalU population accomplishing po J
But it is not in railways alone that the progress
of the State is so evident. To every department
of industry the same impulse has been given.
Nor has the material development been attained
at the expense of religion or education. The
church and school house have sprung up along
side of the factor)' and workshop. It is calcula
ted that over halt a million ol dollars are annual
ly expended in Georgia for educational p
poses alone. Neio York Courier and Enquirer,
A specimen of wild cotton found growing on
the Navigator Islands, lias been shown the editor
of the Placer Times. The bolls are large anil the
staple is of good length and trength, though not
particularly nne. A peculiarity 01 tins native
product is, that the cotton is rea
Milihr ,m,l I
caclily removed j
from the seed, which in the cro
constituted the great difficulty, ajrinounted by
the cotton gin.
A Monument to SirlsaacNcwton.at St. Peter's
Hill, England, is about to be erected, the town
couniil of Grantham haying given a site for the
purpose anil a donation of .jClOO, and requested
the Royal Society to take action on the subject.
There are two other monuments to Sir Isaac in
England, one at "Westminster and one at Cam
bridge. The Maine law, which has been under discus
sion in the Connecticut legislature, lor three.dnys,
Was defeated in the House ol Representitives.
An amendment, striking out all after the enacting
clause and inserting a bill giving towrr and city
authorities power to license, was adopted by the
casting vote of the Speaker. The bill, thus
amended, was adopted by a vote of 10S to 93.
The Russian Intrigues in Denmark, with regard
to the succession to the Danish crown, are said to
have aroused some suspicions in London that Rus
sia aims at the sovereignty of that country. But
the suspicion comes rather late, as Russia has gut
so far advanced in the matter that it seems impos;
sible for her to fail jn her object. " - '
APPOINTMENTS FOR GOVERNOR.'
Hon. Andrew Joicoox and Maj. O. A. Hsk3T, will ad
dress the people of this difiercnt comities, at the following
limes aim puice:
... " 6
.... " 7
Carthage, y edaesdar
Gaicesbord, Thursday,.. .
CANVASS FOR GOVERNOR APPOINTMENTS FOR
-Messrs. G. A. Ilrxar and Axdisw Joijnsov, candidates
-for Governor, haveazreed to tlie followini; appointments for
public - speaking ia But 7enae3see, and wiltaddrcsg Hie peo-
iIoat2omcry TuewUr. July 12 Elaabfthton Thn'dr. Jnly 21
ZJJCluUurir Wc.lncs.la)-, 13Jeneiboro', Friday - " 22
rt-1 1 . m ... t. . . r : n f i it a -
.jucnsuiiiu. jmii;Uttj, i .rii-cuviuc, JlUUUUl, .J
Tazewell, Friday, " 13 Nemxrt, Tuesday, " 26
llcia Station, ' Saturday, " 16 Dandrfdfje, -Wedy, " 27
Rogersrille, Monday, " 18 SerierTille, ThursV. " 28
KinRsport, Tuesday, " 19 Muryville, Fridar, " 20
BioumviUe, Wed'y, " 20 KDOXville, Saturday, " 80
F. K. ZoixicoFf er and Saw. P. Atusox, candi
dates for Congress, will address the citizens of
Somer' Store, Friday... July 1
Macidonia Meeting House, Saturday 2
Blue Spring; Monday. . , ' 4
Bass' Tuesday "
Tobacco Fort, Thursdar " 7
Unwell Store. Friday " &
Indian lloand, Saturday -. " 9
Dover, Monday " 11
Col. READvand ThomasBarrt will address the
citizens of the 5th Congressional district
At Lebanon, July
Rosi' Sr'orc, '
At SVoodbury, July
Leech's Store, "
Hardy's Store, "
Prior SinithV, '
We are authorized to announce Das Teioc as a can
didate forilaror at the ensuing election.
?grWcare anthoriiaJ to announce G. M. Foooasacan
eidate lor Mayor tit the ensuing election.
JJ" We arc authorized to announce W. II. Hoes as can
didate for Mayor.
We are authorized to announce GeoacE Clahk as
a candidate for Trustee of Davidson, atthe March election.
fS7"Wu are authorized to announce IsucM. Joxry scan,
didate Cor County Court Clerk, at tho next March electioa.
J5J-Ve ire authorized to announce Johjt K. Kdkoxdsos,
a candidate fc the Sheriffalty of Davidson county.
K? U'e are authored to announce Rvocit Cr"yr"GHOf,
a3 o candidate for SherilTat the ensuing election.
cfWc are authorized to announce William Lrrox, as
a candidate for Sheriff of Davidson county, at the ensuing
ggT" Wc are authorized to announce E. B. BinLKTasa
candidate for sheriff, nltbe cnsuingelcction.
ESWe are authorized to announce Major Iucbaed FJ
Cook, as a candidate for the Senate in the district composed
of the counties if Macon, Jackson and White.
ISITWe are authorized to announce Josun Feebjs as a
candidate for County Court Clerk at the ensuing election.
"We areaulhorized to announce B. Clkkex? aiacan
didate to represent Davidson County in the lxwer branch of
the next Legislature.
jjWe are authorized to announce CoL Jamfs M.SnrtD
as a candidate to represent I he counties of Warren, Cannon,
CoSl-c. Grundy and Van Huron, in the Senatorial branch of
the next General Assembly.
Jf We are authorized to announce Fcux It. Cukattux
acandidite for le-clection for County Court Clerkat thecn
T"We are authorized to announce L. W. Fcssel. as a
candidate for re-election to the office of Sheriff of Davidson
county, at the next March election.
yy-U'e are authorized to announce William IL Borrs
as a candidate to represent the counticsof White, JacV."on
and Macon in the Scuatorial orauch of the next General As
semhlv. 5f We are authorized to announce Tnou.es SrsiSEB as a
candidate forTnutceof Davidson County.
3ljr We are authorized vnd requested to announce Maj.
Thomas Dinar as a candidate tor Congress in the fifth
H. G. FAKItELL'S
CELEBRATED ARABIAN LINIMENT
TIlIUMrifANT OVEli DISEASE.
TIlIS celebrated medicine, skillfully composed as it is of
the most healinp balsams and penetrating oils, can never
fo.il to cure almost every affliction that could he alleviated
by an external remedy. Its superiority over all other Lini
ments is proven by the miraculouscures it T.erfurms, and by
the great and constantly increasing demand. There lias
beta sold within the past year more than TIIKEE MIL
LIONS OF DOOTLES, and there can be but few- persons
found who do not bestow upon it the highest praise for the
rare virtuo it possesses. Nothing;, perhaps, since the crea
tion of the world, his been so successful as an external rcrac
dr forali nervous diseases, as this wonderful curative. When
applied, it instantaneously diffuses itself through the whole
system, soothing the irritated nerves, allaying ihe most in
tense pains, and creating a most delightful filiation. Head
th? following remaikabie cure, which can be attested to by
hundreds w ho were fully acquainted with the whole circuui
gtance. CHKOXIC ENLARGEMENT OF TILE TONSILS.
My daughter, when six months old. was taken with a
swelling in the tonsils, which grew larger and larger, till
when sixyears old she had great difficulty in swallowing her
fix!. Every night watch was kept, fearing she wouldsuf
focate. The best doctors attended her but could give no re
lief. I took her to the most eminent doctors in the East;
they said there was no help for her but to outgrow it . With
a f.id heart I returned borne with her, when she became so
much worse that the doctors had to he called in again; they
decided that the tonsils must be cut off, as the only means
of giving relief. My wife would not consent to this, and she
determined to try your Liniment, which gave reliet the very
first application, and by a continued use she entirely re
covered. She is non ten years old and fleshy and healthy as
could be desired. Your Liniment is also the best in iwi for
sprains, bruises, cuts, burns, headaehe, etc., and it will re
uove the most severe pains in a few minutes. It also cured
caked unnder in my cow in a few days.
Peoria, March 20tli, IMS- GEORGE FORD.
Loohout for Counter ftUtl
The public are cautioned against another counterfeit,
which has lately madeits appearance, called W. . Fan-cITs
Arabian Liniment, the most dangerous of all the counter
feits, because his having the name of FarrelL many will buy
it in good faith, without the kno 'ledge that a counterfeit ex
ists, and they will perhaps only discover their error when
the spurious mixture has wrought its evil effects.
The genuine article is manufactured only by II. G. Farrell,
sole inventor and proprietor, and wholo sale druggist, No.
IT Main stitet, Peoria, Illinois, to whom all applications for
Agencies mut be addressed. lie sure you get it with the
letters II. G. before FarreH's, thus IL G. FAKRELL'S
and his signature on the wrapper, all others arc counterfeits.
Sold by CARTWK1GHT A ARMSTRONG,
and by regular authorized agents througliout the United
J5? Price 25 and 50 cents, and $1 per bottle.
AGENTS WANTED is srery town, village and hamletin
the United States,in which one is not already established.
Address H. G. Farrell as above, accompanied with good re-feu-ee
as tn -!viracter, respectfully, lie dlw
Union" IUnk-ct Tkxxksski!, I
Nashulle. July 1, 1853. J
THE Directors have this day declared a dividend of four
dollars a share, payable oudcuuud.
julyj Ot. J. C0RREY, CiihUr.
LIKELY XEGKOES FOR SALE. 3 girls from
U 10 12 years old.
Two Boys, 10 years old.
One No. 1 young man; also a Blacksmith.
DAUBS & PORTER,
jnly2 No. 83 Cedar st.
MAGAZI.N'iSS J'Oit JULY :
HacrEit's Nkw Monthly;
For sale by CHARLES W. SMITH,
EXCURSION TO KUBFREESBORO',
4 th DAY Ol J ULVY.
The Excursion Train will leave the'
I Nashville Depot on Monday morning next, 4th of July, at
j half pat "o'ciock for Muri'reesboro arriving thereat or
belore lo o deck, A. .11.
Returning, will leave Murfrceslioro at 5 o'clock and ar
rive atNrt-hville at 7 o'clock P, M.
Murf rcesboro' lias been .'elected as the siominir noint of
the accustomed 4th July Railroad trip on account of its
j flue water and shady groves, allof which are convenient to
the De.'Kit. Believing, also, that a short trio miner out car-
1 i 111 uie luouuu aim ix'iuruiiig iuic in me evemnn-, wilu
plenty ot tune tor recreation would be more gencn
f irenerallr tin.
terredtbnnalong ride in the cars during the heat tif the
I As:de from fina Hotel accommodations at Murfreesbom',
j extra cars will be attached to the train that families and all
nlhcrs who desire to do so, can carry refreshments with
them free of charge. ,
Tickets out aim back $1 CO to be had of O. II. Slangh-
ter, ticket agent, Cedarstreet,oppositc the Post-oflice, and
1 at the Ticket otlice at the Passetiecr DennL To
Ctinn on tho cars it is necessary that all who wish to go
sb..ul.l procure tickets. H. I. ANDERSON,
junew td Sup.N. A 0. It. R. CO.
LA'i'li AltRlVAil. Just receiving this day per
steamer Nashville, diiectfrom New Orleans.
S3.' hlids Sugar, of variom qualities from good medium
0, bags Rio CofTee, some of the best that has been in
this market this season;
For sale cheap for cash, by
frblG DAVIS A SWANN.
SUNDRIES. Receiving this day, per steamer Nash
ville, v) coils India Rope, assorted sizes;
50 lx)xes Oranges, best Cicily;
SO do Lemons do do;
25 do Lemon Syrup;
2b bags barge Pecans;
0 do Filters;
20 nests Tubs;
2ft sacks S S Almonds:
Jo frails HS do
0 bags Pepper;
10 tieices Iticc;
S-i boxes lreh if R Raisins:
lOccroous beats F Ind'go; for sale cheap for cash,
JJAVL5 A SWA...
No 73, Public Square.
COFFEE FOR FAMILY USE.-40 bags real old
(Joiernment Java Coffee;
0 bjffs Lasuvra Coffee:
2 bales old Mocha do, real African; now landing
per eteamsr II R W UilL For sale very cheap by
.JwJ-5 DA VIS aSwANN. I
Disease, of .Ike. laxex-When -ttte-cetebfatedvDr: '
Rush declared that drnnkenefs waa a disease, lie "'enuncia
ted a truth which the experience and observation ,of medi-'
cal men it every day confirming. The .rsany apparcn
insane excesses of those who indulge in'the use of spirit
ens liqnori, may be thus accounted for. The true cauie of
conduct, which is tak ?r inratrution, is very frequcntlra"
diseased state of the Liver. No organ jn the. human, sys
tem, when deranged, produces a more frightful catalogue
of diseases. And if, instead of applying remedies to
the manifestations of disease, as is too often, tha. casc
physicians would prescribe with a'TielS'to Hie" orfSnaJ
cause, fewer deaths would result frosl diseases induced oy
a deranged state of the Liver. Three-fourths of the dis
eases enumerated under the head'of Consumption, haro their
feat in a diseased Liver. (See Dr.Guxui's greet works..
lnlUetiion,iUppagecftJit2fauft,ibstiT(cei, and gene
ral irrtgulanly 1 t&caeticn.cf tie Boxxlt, are diseases ori
ginating in the same preli5c cause, as is also that dreadful
scourge DYSPEPSIA. Tho,e who arc afllicted with any
of the( above enumerated diseases, may rest assured that the
source of their maladies ii the ti rer. and for its ccrrccticn
tho best remedy ever offered to the public is Dr.iM'Lancs' t
celebrated Liver Pill, for the cure of Hepatis, or Liver Com
plaint, ISTFor sa!e tt ail the principal Drug Stores in Nashville
Prof. Alex. C. Barry's Trlcopherous, or 3Icd
lUTED Compound, for Beautifying. Curling, Preserving, lie
storing and Strengthening the Ilnir, Relieving Diseases of
the Skin, Curing Rheumatic Pains, and Healing External
Wounds. Bounded bv no geographical lints?, the reputation
of Hab&v's Tricopiieeocs pervades the Union. The sales
of the article of late years have increased in a ratio that al
most exceeds belief Prof. lUanr, after a careful examina
tion cf his sales' book, fads that the number of bottles de
livered to order, in quantities of from half a gross upward,
during the year 1So2, was withm a tnSc of 050,000.
It is unnecessary to ptent at length theevidenrcs of
the wonderful properties of the Tricopherous, when the
public liave furnished scih an endorsement as this. The
cheipncss of the article a-vl the explanations given, of its
chemical action upou the hair, the scalp, and in all eajes of
superficial irritat ion, first recommend-d it to the attention
ofthepoT-lp. This was all that the inventor desired. Eve
ry bottle advertised itself. The effects of the Quid exceed
ed expectation. It acted like a charm. The ladies would
not be without it. Country dealers in every section of the
United States found t bey must have it; and thus was built
npawbolesaletradeofan extent hitherto unheard of as re
gards urticlw of Ihis kind. The highest point ha not yet
been reached, and it is Inhered that the soles this year will
be a million nd a half of bottles.
Depot and Manufactory, .No. 1S7 Broadwav,
Retail price, 25 cents a loirs bottle.
" Liberal discount to purchasers by the quantity. Sold br
all the principal merchants and druggists throughout the
Untied States and Canada, Mexico, West Indies, Great
Britain, France, and by A. MORRIi'ON t CO..
jmiH 6ra Nashville.
IR. A. G. COODLET.
HOUCK'S PANACEA AND GO0DLETS LUmiENT.
A a. 25, Pctdirtci it, A'txAJUt, Sinn.
Important to the Afliicfecl!
Prepared solely from Vegetable Matter bv Pr.
A. G. gooii,i:t.
Six miles East of Lebanon, Tenn., May D, 1953.
Da. G0011LKT De.u- Sir : I have used several bottles of
your Panacea for Dispepsia, a.diseaso that I have been nf
nictcd with for the last twenty-five or thirty years, and it
gives me pleasure to inform you that it has benefitted nw
more than all other medicines I have ever taken, and I jnnst
confidently recommend it, believing as I do from my expe
rience that it is a most valuable medicine for the human
system in general Yours truly, THOS. L. SMITH.
TO MOTHERS. Supply viHi-self witli lionet's Panacea
and Goodlet's liniment, and use properly, and save your
selves of much trouble, loss of sleep, and your family "from
Prepared solely from Vcgetnble Jl.tttcr, Dr. A.
One of the greatest Liniincats ever discovered for the enre
of Rheumatism, Tumors, Palsy. Gout, Ring worm, Itch,
Chilblains, Frost Bites, Mump?, stiffuess of the joints,
Cramrr", Sprshis, Bruises, Cuts. Bum. Dislocations, Frac
tured Bones, Poisonous Bites, Sore Throat, Aings, all
kinds of swelling with or without pain, likewiso this Lini
ment is adapted most peculiarly to diseases of Horsjs, such
as strains, inaamation of the withers, fistula, shrinking ol
the sboulderjoints.wiiid galls, sores scratches, poll evil,
Ac Price per bottle. 2.". cents.
All persons desiring to mate a trial of the efficacy of these
Medicines can consult Dr. GoodUt by leUer, or personally at
his Laboratory. Residence, No. I, Spruce St., tetween
Spring and Broad. (marlO lyw.
Another Scientific Wonder! Important to
,,,-. n, T o 11 1,. . ... - ,. m ,..
Drspcptics.-Dr. J. S. Houghton s Pcpsm, the True Di-
gesti ve Fluid or Gastric Juice, prcik-ired from Rennet, or the
Fourth Stomach of Jio Ox, after directions of Baron Leibe"-,
the great Physiological Chemist, br J. S. Houghton, M, D
,,,, , , ,. ," . , ,' - , , - , ..
I huadelphis. 1 his is only a wonderful remedy for Indiges-
tion, Dyspepsia, undice, Liver Complaint, Contirpation and
Debility, curing after nature's own method, by nature'sown
agent, the Gastric Juice. Pamphlets, ccntaining scientific
evidencesof its valne, furnished by agents gratis. Sec notice
among the medical advertisements.
TMP0RTAHT TO SLAVEHOLDERS.
DR. MORRIS having permanently located ia Nashvillk,
respectfully tenders his services to the wiffrring public
ScrofuU, Ulctr; dinars, TttUr cad Ring trenni, treated
in a scientific manner. Medicines gentle, but active and ef
fective, their use beingattended with no unpleasant conse
quences whatever, rjquiring no restrictions cr hindrance
from ordinary business pursuits. He wishes it understood
that he has settled in your midst, not for the purpose of hum
bugging or imposing upon you, but to relieve those who may
be suffering with diseases which are destroying by piece
meal many ofyi deerving and useful citizens.
and all diseases of the genital organs are thoroughly under
stood and successfully treated by Dr. 31.
To those who may doubt the Doctor's skill in the healing
art, he would respectfully propose that thev bring forward a
case of any of the above named diseases, (the worst that they
can conveniently find.) and pledge themselves to see that
directions are strictly followed fir a reasonable time; Pr.
M. will then give his obligations to furnish such medicines
a? may be necessary, and in such quantities from time to
timeas the cose may require, and, until a cure shall be ef
fected, positively no fee will be received, ami if iwrcliifb
cUnirttd from the utti tlie mtilizints, no ehirnt itfviterfr
tc'.U I 7wte fii" adnee or iWitim).
The attention of masters and o.rncrs of servants is par
ticularly invited to the above. Thnc having servants af
flicted with Sertfuli, Oraeet, stiffness or soreness of the
Iiinbs and joints, would find it to their advantage to consult
Dr. M. His treatment is mild, and in no case will it be dc
cessary to lose time while using medicines.
Respectfully, ANTI HUMBUG.
All communications from persons at a distance, jst paid,
in closing fire dollars, will be promptly attended to.
DR. W. IL .MORRIS.
Office over Mutual Protection Insurance OHice, Cedarst,
near Post Office, Nashville, Tenn. fmaylS dAwfini
13 EIUOVAI.. STRETCH A ORR have removed
lj tlwir stock of Dnis. Ac to the new and lanrr
Store House recently erected on tlio corner of College 25
and Uuion street, (knoivn as File's comer,) vi here tl.ey will
be happy to see all of their customers.
1 happy t
STRETCH A ORR.
TENNESSEE HOUSE HI GEORGIA.
V. V. IIACOUS. SKIUMOBE ITARRIS.
HAnms & co.
Forwarding nnd Coinmissinii 3Ierchant,
Forwanl with cr.re and dispatch to and from the Eastern
cities,or to any point desired, GOODS, PRODUCE AND
MERCIIANDIS1'!, of all descriptions, and sell on commis
sion, PRODUCE AND MERCHANDISE. ITiey also pur
cliase to order GROCERIES, vthich can b bought on
most favorabe terms, in the Savannah market. They solicit
your patronage, and pledgv their utmost exertions to give
(HtisLri!rn. deciW fim
JOII.V IC. JIU3IE,
No. 57, College Street
HAS this day received, by Express, from New York :
lteautiful new style Collars;
" Enib'd Undcrslceves;
" Ulack Laco Mitt-;
nir Cloth Skirts:
Lace .Mantles aud Points;
ALSO On hand, Rirege, cheap Muslins, beautiful Silks;
also, a licautiful selection of Chinese, Spanish and Parsian'
Fan,and n general assortment of Dry Goods of every de
scription, all of which wih be sold at extreme low prices'.
17OK (JENTIjEMEN. John K. Hume has justre
. ceired an excellent supply of those Shoulder Scam
Patent Shirt. Collars, Handkerchiefs, Cravats; also, Lisle
Silk and Kid Gloves. Cloths. Casiinrcs, Vesting. Ac.
jun2j JOHN K. HUME, No-57 College st.
MORE TO BE DESIRED THAN GOLD-YEA, THAN
MUCH TUTE GOLD.
as a remedy in all case- of Dowel Complaint, IHsenta
ry, Diarrhea, liloody-Fhix, Griping, Cramps, Chronic bow
el complaint. Cholera Moron, ami the early symptoms of
Asiatic Cholera. I hare cei tiiicateS of its value from Dr. T.
R. Hibbard, Chairman of the Hoard of Health, New York;
DrTR Forrest, of New York; Capt Taylor, 1st Regiment
New York Volunteers; Morris Franklin, President of the
Hoard of Aldermen of New York
It has been very generally used throughout this State for
T'tvmiinilnrr ffrmntoms of cholera and hloodr-flnr. anil
wherever it is known has the entire confidence of all classes
n the community. ALEX. 3IACKINZIE,i.asbvilIe.
HALF the Children of our country die uuder live years
oiage. Tie ChiUrtn't J'amtetiof the Grixftnbury
Co., is the most valuable remedy in existence for ali the dis
orders ot young children, from one hourto five years old.
Ii is known to every Mother who lias ever ned it, and has
thereby been saved days of anxiety and suflering.
There are in Ihe State of Tennessee hundreds of children
now living who without tlus wonderful medicine would
hare been in their graves.
It is for eale at every DrugStnre in the State at 50 cents
per bottle. ALEX. MACKENZIE, Gen'l Apt,
jun3!) Groofenberg Co., Nashville, Tenn.
LEMONS. Ten boxes Fresh Lemons just received by
juue R. A- J. N7XON.
MAKE YOUK OWX PKESEIIVES.-Jpst re
cetved a small lot of fine Sngar, suitable for Freserr.
ing purposes, jipeOO R. & J. NIXON.
iXTTNAX AHJ KA2U2 T0K JULY.
f - 9
W. T.01ERRY & Co. hare just Ktelved-r
PUTSAM'S MONTHLY for July.
j HARPER'S NEWSONTIILY for July.
W. 1VB.fc Co: Itavc.'alsojast received.
DR LiYARD'S NINEVEH AND BABYLON, 1 roL
"W.-T. BEUHY-JCO. have just receives
Uisliop cn llarrioge otid" Dironrce. 1 ' J
1- Smith- cirMaitCT'aniiSxTX . - -
HiIuardoaMortgagrr22. , iO
'-Srnlthbn Contracts: . ..-
Flanders on"lIaratirhe Liw. , ij ;
Archibold'a Nisi Priu, new edition.
Russell on Crimes, new edition.
Smith's Leading Cases, new edition.
WeUbry, Harlsfone and Gordon's Exchequer Repoisl, 52
n - nr t ,
vnnijyMu uiu r-jKcnequer rleport, 23.
Ycunjc and .Tcnii's Exchequer Reports, ZZ.
Earner's Instftxtes of American Law, X2.
Rinileon Covenant' for Title.
W.T. B. & Co. have also constaustRtly on sale
U.S;DigcstandScpp!im.-rEt, and Azr.mlj rclv I
Daniel's Chancery Pleading and Precfice.
Jarmon on Wilis Williams cn Exroators-
Leading Cases in Equity; 3 voL
Bonrier's Law Dictionary.
Grccnlcaf on Evidence.
- Story on the Cbnstitatlou. - '
Story's Equity Jurisprudence.
Story's Equity Pleading.
Story's Conflict of Laws.
Story on Partnership Bills Notes Sales. - -Story
on Agency Bailments Contracts.
ChiUies' Pleadir.gs Concracfs Bills. !&
LORD JOHN RUSSElt-'S LIFE OF FOX
AV.T. TtEIlIlV& Co. have recently receirca
MEMORIALS OF CORRESPONDENCE OFCHABLE3
JAMES FOX. Edited by the P-ight lien- Lird Jcin Eus
sel. In two handsocia royal 12 mo. volumes, extra doth.
The materials for these volumes have leca furnUhrd by
the family of Mr. For, and they therefore contain ajerga
number of authenu'c document, which now see the light for
the first time.
V. T. B. & Co. have also just received
MEMOIRS OF ELIZABETH, Second Queen HeRnar-t
of England and Ireland. By Agnes Strickland. Cctnpieta
in one volnme, extra cloth, various styles.
MEMOIRS OF THE QUEENS OF nENRY VUI 33d of
his Mother Elizabeth of York; by Agnes Strickland, com
plete in one handsome crown octavo vol. extra cloti, vcriouj
THE MEMOIRS OF THE MOTHER AND QUEENS OF
HENRY VIII, contained in this volume, comprehending tb
period from MS5 to l.vtC, presents so striking a picture of
the stormy eraof trsustt:on from the middle gestorcodcra
times, mat uiey may be rcgardwi as torming s group by uiea
selve; and little, if any thing, is Inst by detaching them
from Miss Strickland's Lives rf the Qneen s of EagUnd,'
of which they form so interesting a portion.
RAKSET3 ANNALS OF TENNESSEE. "
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THE ANNALS OF TENNESSEE TO THE END OF
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THE WATAUGA ASSOCIATION.
From 1769 to 1777 ;
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From 1777 to 17M :
TnE STATE OF FRANKLIN,
Frtml7S4 to 17P.S;
A FART OF NORTH CAROLINA.
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LORD JOHN RUSSELL'S LIFE OF MOORE.
NOW READY PART 4 OF THE MEMOIRS, JOUR.
NALS AND CORRESPONDENCE OF THOMAS MOORE,
Edited by the Right Hon. Ird John RnsselL In large
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"Wbohasn-'t heard of Tom Moore, the Irish Poetf To
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I VllPI0Teex'Df,-r.infr1DSPfcu".Iy ""iHbiogrf-
pnyoi tnepnei, iruui tin earnest recollections to maantod.
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"An American republication, in nmnbers, of a work of great
I literary mcrif Thonms Moore is the last of the great poets
i that flooriahed in the beginning of the century. A biography
I of him, so ablr written, must be eagerly sought after. The
( public are grJitly indebted to the Mcssk Applet for the
cheap and eletrant manner in which ther have rsued it, X
1 . um. A:t.
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admirers of '.be sweetest ban! of modem times. The wwk
has not disappointed us. The sparkling vivacity cf Mot-re's
letters will recommend them as models of style to those
who aim at jminsno" in epistolary coircspondeic?." ARit
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JIENKY HAKT, Ji.,
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WHOLESALE GROCER, RECEIVING, FORWARDINO
AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Xo. 43, Pullte Squart
DIVIDEND. The Planters' Rank ofTenncssee h.-w
this da v declared a dividend of four percent, on the
Capital stock ofsaid Dank; nut of the profits fir the lost six
month, payable to stockholders on demand.
julyt Iw O. EWTNG, Cnhur.
ACAHD. I beg leave to inform my friend and pat
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Ceder and Cherry streets, from my old stand next door.
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