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-T. S. GLXyy, Local and Commercial Editor.
; Thursday Horning:, Kay 7, 1857. ,
. post Office Letter JList.
PROCEEDINGS OF THE TENTH ARK UAL 1CEET
1X3 Of T-tlE AKEitlCAIf MEDICAL ASS0C1A-
r .Tioir. - . - i-. .
Na-uvilli, Maj fj, 1857.
The Association mt-t pirsuaul to adjournment.
. The minutes of yesterday were read and adopted.
- The neely elected officer were thtn inducted to
their respective seats.
Dr. Erf, of Tennessee, In taking the chair, aJ
dreaaeJ the Atsjcitioa in a ttw pertinent remaika.
Dr. Wine tan, of Tennessee, read the nao-ea cf
' addition! delegates to the Association.
Or. Hooker, from the Committee on Medical
-' Topography and Epidemics for tie State of Cod
I O ptical, luring celled on for bis report, arose and
explained that it was bis understiuding that the
. committee were ti have three yetr In which to
inake their rprt, aaJ at the end of tlut time be
would either te pt pired, or ask the indulgence of
the Association for further liroa.
, . The PresidVnt appointed Dra. Curry, Grant and
Etmua, a Committee ou Voiuotaiy Cuuiributiong,
Tbe report ot Dr.'Po.-ey. ot Georgia ou the sitne
iubjL-c , being called lor. Dr. Arnold, of Goorgia,
ivad an abstract of the Kep rt of Dr. Posey; all of
w.nch, ou motion of Dr. I' .l ner, cf Michig4U, ws
' : F'fwred to the Co umiitec ou Publication, uuder a
u-p.-urion of the rule.
U.i motion ui Dr. Wool, of Naw Yark; the re
porta which were pr. itiUd j. st i day wire alo
referred to tlie Committee on Publication, under a
flurpension of the rul'.
t Tbc State of Ohio b.ing ctlled up ra for a R-port
' op'ja its Helical I'op,;rtpriy and Epilemic, the
' Secretary read au apjloy from Dr. G. Mendeuball,
wlio Laked further lime iu whicn to make a repori
. wliic i Was granted.
Te Siatea of MweMsippi, Missouri, Michigan,
Illinois, ludiaua, Wisconsin, Iowa, California, and
U. S. N'avy, being called, uo recponse was made.
A telegraphic despatch from Dr. J. M. Seminee,
of New York, who was to report on the Treatment
of tbe K .-nulla of Obstructed Labor, which was re
ferred to tne appropriate committee.
A communication was received Irom the Southern
Uelboaiat Putiliehitig House, inviting ttie members
of the Association to visit that tBUblidhmeut, wbich
Wdg received aud acceped.
A communication was read by Dr. LSndsle-y, of
Titioeesee, fioui the MeJiol Association of Wash
ington Ciiy, iuviti g the National Association to
bold their noil annuel meeting in that city. Ou
motion, tbe communication was referred to tbe
Committee on Nominations.
A resolution was t Acred by Dr. Bartlett, of
Wisconsin, tendering a vote of thanks to the late
President of the AfSociatioti. Ziua 1'itclier, for the
able manner in wl.ich be baa pret-iied over the de
l.berations of this body, a huh was unanimously
Tbe reports of Special Committees for 185C-7,
being next in order, they were called in order as
nfammntlon Its PutWogy, etc Dr. E. R.
Pea-lie, Maine; a-k a lurbt-r time R. ftrred.
Anatomy and Histology of the Cervex Uteri.
Dra. Li. tJutctmiteou ami iJbarlea E. laac, liw
Yrk ; no r p irt
Treatment of Cio'era. Dr. J. Taylor Bradford
Kentucky; no report.
Treatment be H adalcj to en-h variety of Cata
ract, etc Dr. iiaik Si. phi a ju, New York; lur
lOcr lime auk. d. Refi rre-rt.
Causes of the Impulse of the Jhnrt. etc. Dr. J
Vt. Carson, New Yoik; a tcuituumcaiiou received
Cannes of Infant Mortally, etc. Dr. D. Mere
ditti Rorae, Nt w Yoik; r ad an abstract of bis
report, w ikh was referred to tbe Committee ou
Tbe venerable Dr. Shilby of Tennessee being
present, was invited to a m at on the aland. His
appearance was warmly acknowledged.
Dr. Uobbs of III. offered the fo lowing resolu
HeioU'ed, That a committee oa Esys, (not In
c'U'iing Pi ixe Eanav,) be appointed, to whom all ei-
eavs prepared by tiieinb-rs for publication by Hits
AifOeiation shall be refined, which committee shall
Iran f . r to the c :nmuteeon Publication, all essays
tuey judge worihpjblihing. That said committee
ou essjy, mke lull report of their proceedings
to the Association at its in xt aunu 1 aessiofi; pro.
' Tided, authors of xj -ctrd efsajs being informed
r of aaid rejeciioo, bv aaid committee, hall have tne
privilfgu of Lhdrawing their esaays f ora the re
port of the committee loilie Aaacciaiion.
On motion of Dr. Palmer of Michigan, the reso
lution was indi finitely po tpaued.
Tne Secretary read a protent signed by Drr.
. Riccard Arnol i, J. GorJou Uarvard, Pike Drown,
Geo. P. PadforJ, agiinst admitting thi delegates
from Oglethorpe Medic 1 Coll-ge. After expluna
tious and eonid discuasiou,
On inolion of Dr. Guun, of Michigan, the protest
was laid upon the ta 1 , and
Ou motion of Dr. Palmer, the whole su'j'ct was
referred to a committee of three to be appointed
by the Chair.
- Dr. B rod if, of Michigan, moved at an amend
ment, that no Faculty Member of a Medical College
be appointed upon the committee, which was ac
cepted by the mover.
Tbe Chairman appointed as such committee, Drs.
Winter, of Pa., Bcmis, of Ky., aud Gibbs of S. C.
Dr. F. lix Robertson, (he oldeet physician in Ten
, tiesse, being in attendance, was Invited to a seat on
' the stand. lie was greeted with marked cousidera-
' liooby the Association.
The Committee on Nomiualions was convened to
', transact important tiuaiueaa.
Tbe calling of Spi ci il Committees wis resumed:
Spoutit-eoM Utnlilw'il Hemorrhage, ete. Dt
'J. Footer Jenkins, New Yoik Further lime aek
' ed. R freed.
,t Ut of IuKtrumnt in Olntetricil I'ractict. -Dr
. Henry Carp ti r, P nnpyivama. N'o rfport.
Mtusuret tobt Al(,tei ta Jcmnlj th hvili ft
intmg H tka p rcttt tnojt of holding Coroner'
r mounts. Dr. Alexander J beiumea, D C Ke-
port presented, aud the following reeolutiou offci
ed: ReolvJ, That committees of three, in each
State, Territory and th- Diani t of Columbia, be
. appoi iU d, and llirid c Jiumutte be, and they
" are hereby auihorixed in tlm uama of ti is Aocij
on, to nirfu.irsl Xi ih ir renpciive Legi'latures,
to paas such laws as will beet cany inu effect, the
oljtca ol tlie foregoing report
Tbe resolution wa adopted and ref.rred.
' ' Treatment of the 7f; .' of Olttructel Labor,
Dr J Marion Sim-, Nw Yoik. Piavioudy aciea
J rut J wttton ant taiueor iperaiirf btrjery.
' etc Dr J B Flint, Ktxiucky. Further time
-wk iraiui. -
Cvet exrf r-r Iidij arioa, etc Dr G Vol
try D-a -t, O iii So r uon
Mtd'CtlJurixprultMct of insanity t etc Dr. C.
B Coventry, N w York. Further li'n granted.
JJmtii, A-itMhl and Vgetb't urtitet Dr.
Joap Lriiy,i Pno-y iani. .' report.
Value of strict tttUittiim to PimJion in tk treat
ment of sinenses of the AULtK.Dr, M. I). Dr
Dli, Indiana.' No report.
J Mile Sickness Dr. George Sutton, Indiana. No
Blending tin J Conversion of tht Typei of Fever.
Dr. CUrt G. Prase, VV iat oui-i u. CoiuatubiCa
- tio mini, but not received. P'tpoo-d.
Ltst Suhtitutes of (Ve, stt. Dr B 8
Wood worth, Intliaua. So report. -
Us of CiHi-hona Jar'M Jiast.Dr
Fraolhu II inkle, Penn-ylvani. Report fumlabed.
Rslerrvd to eoaimitlae oa pa'dicaUou.
Xere$ System in Febri t Vimam.Dt. Ilenry F.
. CaiufUeJ, Georgia. Verbal abairaet of report gt.
liar Goprrir th Abturjitlan and JtepvU of
t Bone Dr J Alil', P. mhih a. No report
' .ffrtae Ff'ft of tirt.in Tvx'uu'fjitil Agtnts
inlh AimmJ Ttuft ami FiuU.Dr. Joou W.
Gr. en. N York No report
Medial Tupiyrnihy ani Fmaof Wfkinpton
Territory -"lit Gcwga 6aea y, U. 6. Army. Ra
', port peeaotJ aod rel-rred.
Flurm of Wahlijto, and Oregon Tirritoritt
J)r. J (iiea Cooper, Aw J.re; irpoJl preaeuled
' uiintat iHlrtictur and Fttkology the Kidney.
Lf. Ctailis E. laaca, Nw Yvra Fribr tiu
.graCUad. . - " '
i Viuatc Incidental to Einiynnii, ttc Jr. !
ti.l Maw, tin JforiL Kofepurl.
Etiology and Pathology of Epidemic Cholera.
Dr. T. W. Gorbou, 0..ix Fariil report presented
iid r. ferred.
Excretion a an Index to the Clianges goi' ff on t
in the System. Dr. 11. A. Johnson, ilauoia. No
Remedial Effect of ClioloroJ 'arm. Dr. D. D.
Thompson, Kentucky. Norepoit. ..
' Best mean of 'mousing an Increase of the numbtr
of .Eti'iys, etc. Committee: DiS Letdy, Wood
and Meius, - No report. Committee continu-d.
Change Produced in Composition and Properties
of Milk, etc Dr. N S. Davie, Iiliiicii. Coiuinu
cat'09 read and ime granted. '
Stotnatiiu Materna. Dr.McGngio,Iowa. Fur
ther time granted.
An abstract of the report of Dr. Feoner, of La ,
upon the Medicil Topograpl y of that Slate was then
rea l and refirred.
Dr. Dugleton, of Pa., offered tbe following re so
lution, which wag unanimously adopted:
Resolved. That in'the death of Dr. Grafton, of
Mish., the American Medical Association baa lost a
tl uled and useful member, and society a benefac
tor. Dr. Caspar Wister, Chairman of the committee
upon the admission of the delegates from Ogle
thorpe Medical College, reported iu favor of their
admission, which report was adopted.
Tbe Secretary read tbe folbwi g preamble and
resolutions, wbich were unanimously adopted :
Whereas, It has pleased God to remove by death
oar lellow-member Pobert U. Porter, and because
of bia devotion to the interests of the Profession of
Medicine, and bis steady support of the American
Resolved, That this Association learned with un
fcirned sorrow of bis decease; and that they have
lost a tun and iutelligi nt supporter, and society a
benefactor aud frieod.
Dr.T. Bull-rd, of Ind., offered the following:
Rexolved, That in tbe death of Dr. John L Motb
eraeii, this Associau jii has lost a talented and use
ful member, aud society a beuefcior.
Tbe Secretary real a communication from tbe
Connecticut Medical Society, a-kiug that the lime
forholdiug the meetings of the Assoiiitioa in north
ern cities be changed to a later period in the year.
Referred to tbe commitee on Nominations with in
structions to make a report. Adjourned.
The Iluntsville Advocate U offered through the
columus of the Patriot this morning to our busi
ness men as au advertising medium. Tnecomple
lion of tbe Memphis aud Chaileslon Railroad bus
opened to North A labania a new market, and if our
merchants wish to retain their trade in that quarter
they tnu;t put forth proper etforts. Advertising is
one of the most useful mean?, and the Advocate has
the advantage of tbe largest circulation, we believe,
of any journal iu North Alabama.
NeiV Orleans Opkra Trocpk. The beautiful
Opera of "The Bohemian Girt" was re-produced
hst night st the Theater. A. pl yed by tne above
excellent company, it was one of the best enter
tainments wnich we have ever bad the pleasure of
attending in this city.
Miss Rosalie Durand's personation and rendi ion
of the part of Arliue was equal to her admirable
(ffortiu the Same character on the previous night.
It tiai btv-n paid that the "Echo Son" was the com
pletest triumph of the Swedish singng bird, and it
is something for any body to undertake it, wben
the Lind recollections ard almost as fresh as ever.
However, Miss Durand has attempted il and su -
ceeded. It was sung in most exuuisite style, and.
to us, worth a hundred p -r cent, more than tbe en
lire till. It r quires a vetitriloquistic power which
belongs only to inuMcl genius of a high order.
"The "Echoes" were beautifully executed.
Miss Hodson, as Tliaddius was superb. Through
out, rlie exhibited a bih order of talent. II-'r
voice is a splendid contralto, while her acting is
life itself. We advise our readers to see and heir
there excellent artistes while the opportunity is of
To-right the c 'lebrated opera of "Tbe Daughter
of the Regiment' will be performed.
STEAMBOAT AND BIVERtfEWS.
Tbe Cumberland is still tising at this point with
not less than 10 feet of water on Ilarpeth Shoals.
The only arrival yesterday was the V. K. Steven
son from Paducah.
The departures were he Ja. Johnson for New
Orleans and the lasting for Fittfburgb.
The yashville from New Orleacs, the Ella from
Paducah, and the Sallie West are expected tc-day.
The Ella will I. ave for the mouth of the river
this evening at .5 o'clock
The Sallie West leaves to-morrrow evening at 5
o'clock for St. Louis.
The City of Iluntsville is a!3 expected to-night
and is expected to leave to-morrow for Memphis.
The best hear J of Durhmu cattle in America, will
beexh:bhed on the Public Square, in Nashville, oa
Fri lay the 8th d-y of Ma, at 9 o'clock, A. M.:
and on the Fir grounds, at 12 o'cloe k, same day
Ten or filteen BuIN, pure bleiod Durham, will be
offered for sale at auciuo on the Square during the
Crooker'e JTllllinerx Ealabllahment.
We doubt whether the fair dames and be lles of
Nahbville have ever experienced so much difficulty
in the selictioQ of a bonnet, as this season, at thii
establisliment. The cause is not to be found in tho
increased fastidiousness or captiousness of the ir
tasit'S, nor iu the paucity of the stock or inelegance
of the alyl'. No; we mnst look for it in some
other quarter. Their fane its, to tell the truth, have
beeu bewildered by the jircat variety avd beauty of
the assortment to choose from. Tue expi rieoce
such sensations while beholiling it, as one feels
in a rich conservatory surrounded by the rarest ex
otics, andlaved to the ir deli; ious perfumes. They have
such emotions as led tbe poet to wish that the
lips ot all womankind, espt cully the beauties, were
coodens-d into one pret'y putting pair thst he
might, in kirsing them, ki the whole race. Where
there is so much elegance, so f rest a variety, a
choice must be difficult. The thing's natural; and
the dear creatures are not to Mime. Dut not ol bon
nets alone does Crooker'e congress consist. Nearly
all deacriptiona of millinery goods are represet ted
there frum tbe lightest and most eti.erial to the
heavier fabrics wbich art produces to adorn ilia
loveliest of nature's handiworks. 1 15 if
JAM. II. ICEXDUICKf
63, Cherry Street, -VjrtA,
OF ALL KIM'S,
Air Gas, Oil, or Candler ; and la prepared to have
GAS FIT T I N G ,
dosa in the best manner.
Sprlnran4 Muaituer Ilwunei. New York
Millinery ltupwrluiu au4 Centre wf
Tliis new, etenaively patronised, popular, cheap
eataUi bment, will open in m few days the earn,
pai-n, whh a maichleis diaplay of new Spring Bon
Beta and Millinery gooeJa, for the present season.
So fascinating u the styles, so elaborately rich the
trimmings, & so briiliaut the co'ora, that such a com
otuatioa ol anitio uu and skill, cannot fail to ret
ommead iuelf to the ladies, aa well a country mer
cbauta, who desire having the laat link la the con.
troling power of Faahion for tiiei customers, la
preference to bad etjles offered by parlies, who
cannot poe.ib'y be as well aeqaaiotcd with th
buineaa aa thuae who art ticluaively engaged la
It, anJ who give il their andivi JeeJ atteuiioa.
Tartiea la the couuiry direciinj iheir orJer ta
this watabiiabmeet, or throngs parties here, may
rely ou being promptly attended to.
' Every description f Straw ronneU and Hats
bJeacheel la the nw lulua MeihoJ, and lriuimd in
a superior maimer.
; Reotemberlaaspot, No. IS Uaba Street, Camp
'iell's new bull ling. nmrii it
Ladies and GrnllcDrn
DEjtmocs or mnso runt feit navr fittko
M wS a liar il ( a Brl-rU Bx.l ar rka oull t
mtU la call at WlMllTa. -a tiiuee. u em-sr. ar
Viae i aa4 Uw rutm trvm .n ii.aaia, eau
tiwta ewree bywiartoa il.Ttll a iuy abuca. Ttera ae
km strrmft tear t4 ejut aHwetot ej tummm-a 4tia al
auLl aUneuL lr wiula haa. a4 fraal capeMtae, bwiil
a wtkiJ of tlx Hiet toikimii Wva l!a km vm) ta
JfiilaJc l a an4 J w rvfc, aa4 BW.(4UD'ttai Uf ttlf U
xbm wi74 tarorq ata wiik. a:ai ryaJ
BY THE NATIONAL LINE.
ISeporU rnrnlaked fey tbe Aasoetated Freaa.
St. Louis, May 6. The Kansas City Enterprise
of ibe 24 intUut, I. arns, by a mountaineer from
inept line, that the Chv-nns are conceiitratin
at the bead waters of Rrpublican Fork, with a de
termination to stuck the troops. They made
overtures to the Siotx for ast-iaiaiice. but ib" litter
declined. Tbe Chayennei have a large supply of
arms and ammunition.
A terrible battle was fought at Pennant's Peak
between tbe Snake and Bhukfeet Indians, in wbich
twenty-seven of the latt r were killed.
The St. Louis Republican publishes Stanton a re
ply to the citiieua of Lreuee. He says that be
can do nothing which denies the authority of the
Territorial lawa respecting the Judges' election
lie hopes the Probate Judges will appoint one lit
pub! can and one Democrat in favor of a tree State,
and one Democrat in favor of a slave State.
Nrw York, May 5. The h.st injunction against
the new Police Commissioners ws dissolved to-day
and the Commissioners proceeded to business.
James R Whitney was appoiuted Superintendent
of the Police.
Bostok, May 5. The following failures have
been announced, namely: Whitney Fern s, caused
by the defalcation of th confidential cl.rk to the
amount of $50,000; Shaw, Sampson & Bramble
Chapman, Lord & Hah; Bugbee, Bidden k Co.
and Prince. The Post stya the aggregate amount
of liebihiies will exceed $1,000,000.
Wa-hinotos, May 5. A. M. Tbe Secretary cf
the Nvy has authorized notice to be given tba
witnesses before Naval Courts of Enquiry be hen
alter examined by deposition when it is practica
ble, to save tbe expense of their attendnnce.
Niw York, May 5. The steame r Kangaroo has
aimed Irom Europe, with the sameuateaaa those
ol the dnaim.''
Chicago, May S The Mi souri Democrat's ftory
about Iiiilian troubles at tori Dodge, Iowa, is with
Washington, May 6, P. M. It is thoupht that
the Dallis-CUrendoii treaty is dead. The time for
the exchange of ratifications having arrived, the
Administration maintains that the Bulwerand Clay
ton treaty whs not carried out by the British Go
vt rnmenf, and wi'.l insist on its being curiied out.
Tbe Cabinet to-day is engaged on Uuh m liters.
Niw OrLkas, May 6. .The British frigate
Tartar, has arrived at the mouth of th river with
one hundred and ninety of Lockiidge's men, in a
destitute condition. Tbe measles was very bad on
A fire occurred at Apalachicola on the 231 of
April, wbich destroyed the Advertiser oltice, Posl-
ofnee, and 2,f00 bales of cotton. The loss is esti
mated at $200,000. Insurance $166,000.
A ttonu id souiherm Mississippi, on the 29th
ul ., did great damage. Ibe weather has been
bad throughout the South.
jb We ara authorized to aoooucce Maj. J. J. Bca
arrr a candidate for Congress in the Fourth Congressional
A Ll peraoos h'Tihg claims ag.iust G lbert A Co., cor-
a A. ner Broad am (Jo lege streets, are r- quested to pre-
srnt the sail a imit diately, for rettlemeat And all
perron o ting the concern, by note or accoant, are re
q tin ltd to mane immedi tie Daymen .-
w latiira nurnncere tnankn, to a liberal public, for the
aalron heretofore be twet npoi u.e, an I hooe to n erlt
and re.eive a eontir.atnce of the tame, when, In a few
ujji, we tnni tie uuacr neaaway again.
iii,Esr a ru,
TENNESSEE SPRING FAIR,
TO BR HELD AT THE
State isrictiltural Fair Grounds,
NASHVILLE, TE LESSEE,
Commencing Thursday, May 7th, 1857,
and coiitniumg three days.
'I 'HIS Fair will beoneof the most interesting and enUr-
l Uimn,r exnibi ion, of he kin I ever held in IVninsie.
The best 8 o It of the country. North nl South, wi,l be
exhibited, ffsrir.g an opportunity far examining and par
chasing Valual le Animals, addum ex (ended to the citixsni
ol ttiii eoun ry. Tie fng amme for the Spring fair is
t-xteimire, anu the awjrdi lor all classes or 4niui.Iite.-y
KIK8T DAV. Tbu-dat, 7t. Will be dVvoted to ths
exhibition of Blood ilorsei, lirood Mares and hiding Moc.
I brecclauee la each deparimeut, and fcaeep Smiths for the
brut Ammaii of n age.
BCJD DiT,F.idt, 8ra JacV Block, Harnew Hor-
e: t'ariiags and Bagvy jenimtla. Farm and D -all Aoi.
mail, Parruiog Impiemen a, and Machinery, Sheep, Sniue
THIKD D tT, PaTCKOir ra. A grsn 1 Cavalode cf all
Animals shown, and exhibition of Biding atot-k. S.lt of all
tindsof Aoiraais, Farming Jmp:einenta anu Miscellaneous
1 he Tennessee Lire Ptock Company will clo-e oat to the
hiehest biddi-r, without reerre, a greater portion or tne
eue recen'W Imported br the n
Many other parties have already signified their intention
of offering Stock, e , lor tale and it in confidently expected
that his sale will be an interesti g feittuie of the Fair.
Aa ample airangementi are made to accommodate all who
may attend, and tlie season being pleasant and inviting, we
expect a great turn out.
OFFI -ER8, Davidson county,
mayf - Agricultural Society.
To Architects, Bankers, Contractors and
Iron nil lxa.gr.
.lull Cells uutA Doors,
.Fire Proof Shutters and Doars,
Iron Giatin? &c.
P VEtT facilit fur do'ng'aod setting np the above work.
1CT Catalogue of deiigns and pr.cei lent by mall.
T. r. BiKE.
275 t'iflli t near Wrateru ItowCiuM0.
JOHN C. SCIIOOLEY & CO.,
. No. 163 Vise Street,
LIBEBAL DISCOUNT TO THE TRADE
Send for printed Bills of Prices.
11 to too ' a wis Lions,
HCNQ EEADT FOR CSt
HOWELL GANO & CO.,
13S WALKl'T STUECT, CIMC1.WATI.
, ICK1 IC!!t
U7EbatornJ our Dtprrton Unloa afreet, net t door
to Loohurtt a '"o ' C.mf enonary, waro aa will
iai ply eeircnilouura with Uo at 1)4 cent per poanl.
may4-l. C E. li. MAallN a OOrP.
rrMCdeelaratioaof Dr Camniae that iba wor'd thnald
1 bam op oa the Ittn of Jane, hi aoi effei'el II Kab
IVylntble ft. H 1 1 a.ill prepared to charx lo ia Fojo'a
In tba very hlfh'U parfeetiao of lh art. all who hav
founts loehri iH dj well la leire iheia wi:h him at his
beut, No. It, ejnerry nr iba Vraaiab.
Mr. Kabley also aaka patronaja of tho a having
C'othlna to e.enn aaJ ty. It ial nportaot that ill' ihoold
h their a moan la oritor befaro the 13ib of June.
Work doaa (o an l tba laew ao etlrccttoat of patrona;
Bay 1 law. "
TEI-WEEU.Y IT. S.tllAIL LIHE.
Four. Horse Coach line
.BOENA VISTA SPRINGS, KY.
Sprlngllclil anil luscl Hie t
. O . :
'PITS rnxir hae oa tfaia Una gpfcadld Fowr
1 HaraaCoaeltaa.UooJ Team aad Car ta Drl vara, aad
Ul lake i Svsmoift
EAFTLT. PLZ1IA&TLT AID CEIAPLT,
ts t)ahe-BmaC:Li.ATKaaIJFlll-MrO rT-
KKlMl-PLatK, atra auw kl la rLC.HUia AND
IKROUSH EOrH WAYS IN DAYLIGHT!
, . -W 1! ' - ' .
IftTI WaiTUW Tuevday. T1ieriav asd 'aliwelir. m.
a, A.M. ABUflat Sarin Ua.air, F U.
tCAVS fnr era Meay. WcdM-4ay aod rnty. at L
A. M ARKlVAat Naabvit aa day ,aS. t. at .
tT for reaao a 1 KatMa. aiJy ai tha Canaral
Slaao afiea, haahvtu,Tre.
aaaya - . , HJCK! WKirn.rVaprie'er.
HEW AND CONVENIENT Ml.tlDCNCC
iOltti.b-ai A SIAtal.AIw,
aaa aw elfBf ata that aeat artri r4.
stoaea ta H t aa atslitia, a4iaeaf li itm-
Sraca of ta. Maaaiae . Tba tot (tha marin half
mt rlJ Itmu t-ia fcH wa Xaaaka trm aod
rwaabae ISifaaiWaawaiotatev. t awsasis aew.twa
iVfim, aaautna ata gus reawia, haa a goad eiatara, an i , u
b aota ae a gml ka -a a lie 4 irvMwy afcaaaatur.
stf tnltk ua,tt wU ha rrd at petal at like
CMn it was fata, ia &ativtile.e U a'aiacs, M
y r wtAt Si,ea4 A. ?., UJCaiSI.
m?-. "- . .
JUA1LT PATRIOT OrriCE, ?
... r.; J. . ; .'av Tib. tb&T,'
Weelalf Report of the Markets.
- ' " Keinarka.
Comparative Inactirity baa prevailed ta the market du
ring the current week ia nearly every department of trade
the only active feeling we have remarked, haa been' la
Provisions for ph.eh an actWa demand haa prevailed at
ormcr ra.es. Tbe Cumberund ha imp ored and there la ?
now a depth of water oa Harps h SboaU ot aboot I feet,
lie weather has become more pleasaat and aeulaL- Ba
sineaa al the wharf eondnaaa very dull.
'" Ceuiuercial. - ' " i
Cottos. Ihe offering daring tha week have been e
eeediniy light. Wa have heard of bntfea aaleaand tho
were eoiiflned to very few bales.
We quote a follows:
Infe.ior, - - ' . - f alO
Ordinary to Good Ordinary
MUdling - - '
Good aliddllng, - - lsXalX '
The tranBacttons yesterday wera exeeedlBgly light. The
sales were confined to a few bales at 12al8i:o.
TiBaexio. Tobacco cornea In slowly. Very few tranaae
tloDS have occurred for aeverat iays, but blab pticea bare
ben paid for all that haa been offered. The following quo
tations give oar readers the ruling Ogures:
Planter's Lugs, 8 X I Selections, . IfStfalS
Common Leaf, ltlalOJ I Loose Tobacco, 7a' 1
Fair Leaf, llalii frosted Tobacco, SX
Sales of T hhdsat Johnson, Home A Cx't yesterday, as
follows: 6:00, li'.OtJ; 11:7 J; 1:00; and 8 at li:50. .
Fuea. Themaiketia qolet. We quote saperflne at 6:09a
(:5u; extra at 8:5ua7:iH) per bbl, and ),75a3 lor bags of
ItaaL The supply la light and 7t)aS0c ia aow offered from
Gas nt Markets qniet, Wa quote wheat at 1 OOal 10; corn
45a50c; oat, clean, 40c per buahel.
Baaaa Clover to aUli in demand at 3 50$9 00, and
scarce. ' Mil el ia quoted at fa SO. Other varieties un
changed. Wool We notice no change In wool. Common atiU
commands 20.25c; fine washed 23 i80c. -
FsATHsca -There is aa active demand for live geese feath
ers at 45c per lb.
GiNjicsa No sate. The Chinese war has cat off the de
mand. ' ' I
BkKswAX Yellow ia quoted at 20a22&
LiiTHia All varieties of leather have advanced. Oak
tanned sole letther 40c, sklrtli g 4V, hemlaJk 8Sa40, bar.
nea leather 87Ja40. '
Hidis. Hi ies alio have aa apwart tendency. . Greai
hides are worth 5a7c, dry salted southern 23c, and Mexican
Flint of which there is now a sapp y, at i e, per lb.
baaciRiKS Coffje and Molisiej are flrra at previous
rates, an i in good supply. The stocks of fugars for the time
of year are very light, with aa upward tenienc , in qu ita
tions.' We quo New Or eans sugar at llal4c, other
varieties as before, .
Pbovmoss. The bacon mrket continues ac'.ivs, with
but little change in qujtllna. Tha receipu for the week
have been etmparailvely light We quote hams at lOalOXc,
sidei 12c, hog round He, lard 13al3,tf c, butter 20a23 from
wagons, rg?s 811 e.
Rics. laro'ina rice has advanced. Wa quote at 67c.
Chiisi. Western Reserve ia now in good supply at 2)(e,
per lb. English Dairy, H3tfa1 8a.
Ca DLta Vo change either ia Sperm or Star. Tallow
rapandls are dull; we quote at 18c.
Taliiw. Tallow commands Malic.
Fait. Unchanged with ample stockt, -
Nails We quote IN at S3 75 per keg, ani all sizes above
at tha same (Lures; 6J at 4 8d at 14 SO. 4d at 5.
Lard r il. No chaog; is noticed ia lard oiL We quote at
1,15 at wholesale, and 81,951,30 at retail.
Efikits. American mm now stands at 75a1,25. Whisky
Is quoted at 24 i27c per gal.
Dhooi. The changes ia drugs during the week are In
refined borax which is now quoted at &Xi(c per lb.
Qjieksilrer decliued tSUal,15 per oa. Qainina 2,75a3,00
For the prices cf other artie'ea we refet to our Price Cur
rent. ,.,'".' i '
CHiRLi'gros, May 4,1, P. M.
Cottoh There U only one bu er in the market. Sales
to-day 6M bales. Extreme rate I3ja. No eiange in prices.
THE KIAICKKTS ItV TCI.EUn.4PII.
St. Louis, May 6 Floor $6 50 to f 6 80 for su
perfine. Wheat, f 1 70 for white, and $1 80 for
prim. Tobcco is active at from 9 00 to $17 50
for lug and leaf, iieuip is lower; sales at tl25a
f 145 for choic-.
New Orlas, May 5. Cotton. The salea of
cotton to-Uy amount to 2 800 bal 's ; the market
is ui changed. The market U bare of Louisuna
Sutler ai.d Molaaaea. Wheal is firm. White Corn
80 to 65e.: Yellow Corn 75o. Pork firm. .Lard.
in barrel, 14j. Eestern Hav 35. Freiptita on
cotion to Liverpool 3 16. Exchange on London
9i; on New Yoik c.
RATES OF EXCHANGE. TJNCUEEEKT FUKD3,
ooaaacTiD viiilt at
BANK Of NASHVILLE.
College s treet, Nashville , Tennessee'
TENNESSEE, al'notes payable at Nashville, X pre
no ao ao ttrancnes, par
Mts axM, an solvent nanxs,
OHIO, all solvent Banks,...
. 1 dis
. 1 die
INDIANA, SUte Bank
INDIANA Free Ranks
PENNSYLVANIA, Philadelphia Banks,....
Country do ....
NEW YORK, City Banks,
MASSACHUSETTS, all good Banks,.......,
VERMONT, do do .,
NEW HAMPSHIRE, do do ,
NEW JERSEY, do do ,
OONNKCTICUT, do do ,
RHODE ISLAND, do do
MARYLAND, Baltimore Banks,
Country Banks ,
DELAWARE, all good Banka.
ALABAMA, State Bank,
Southern Bank or Alabama,
Bank of Montgomery......
Northern Bank .
Rank of Mobile,
rU)RIDA,alI Banks broken...
LOUISIANA, allspeclepayinc Banks,
m ijvisffi r I'l, uncertain,. .. ,
WISCONSIN, all good Banka..
MICHIUAN.allgood Bsnks,.. ........
misr., ao uo ..........
X o Vpra
X tot pre
Par X pre
iipht xchangeon New York,
uo do New Orleans,..
do do Cincinnati,. ..
do do Louisville......
80 day Bills ea New York,
SO rin .4n
o no ' do!!I!.!
SO do en New w dis
0 do - do ijtf dis .
0 do da SWdls
GOLD AmericaaSold, pre
Foreign do par Kpr
SILVER, i e
4l'a $1 05
ISO's ,... ts
Rtensrih and Health Ileatoredt
Ma. Jons Daviuaoa, living ten miles above Pitt barhoa
the Penn.yvvnla Canal, says;MWbea I commenced taking
Ba -have's Holltnd Bitters,! ceald hardly walk. Now, 1
enjoy excrlleol health
HEADACHE AND DEBILITY.
Ma. f nf J. tiacoMB. of Blrmlnstam ssys:
' i have found Id Besrhav a Holland Blitera a remedy
for Headache aad DrbiJUjj. sly wife has aba aet It with
the grratssl heue8t.H
Mr A. 8. KicaoLSoa: of Piit burg.also remark that ha
haa experienced Kucb ralief Ir un iu ate fur headache.
nOLLO WAT'S PILLS A certain car for sick Head
ache and disordera of tha rtooiach. Their virtue la such
cases iak aow a la all parts of tha world. Those a (Acted
with Liver and Ikwl complaints, and Indttettioe, esmiot
ae so good a remedy. Pol I at the mannftctoriet. No, 60,
Maiden I -sue, New York and No 8 4 Sir and London; aad
by all dragiUts, at fie., i'9 , aad It per boa.
The Flux Annihilated.
Every aunsaeraad fan ikeataadaef paopla dtcof Fraa
Chkr, Dysentery, Orping Pales , aad other Irregularluaa
of tha Bowr. It aaa now aa eurod ia every ea toe TS
eeaia, by tha aaa. of TTJCEXE'S CHOLERA 8TS3P,
which baa baea tested bf lh beat pbystaaaa la tha 8U
aad West, aad by theta proooeeeed the newt eStctual
raoady now la a-e. It has permrwtad aaare aateakhtpw
earaa thaa any ether apwetfia. A kaaaaa lJs aaa aa saved
ia ajoa cases eat ml ta by aa tavcataaaait of !3 eaala. Bay
aboulaaadktaplt hyjoa. i:
for aaa by KKlNAS m RALSa aad T. KIIXJ, Dttj.
giaA. - - - ' - ' aprJ 4
Wilts Teetb, rrfuB4 Xraalh, ail BeaitlfaJ
Complexion 9 ha arcjaired by aaiag tha "Atia y
TaoMuiwf "v-nrs." hat lady cr aatkaaaa weesld ra
auJa aadwr the earaee of a wiaagraeabla kraal, whaa, by
a tin tha Baui or a Ysaraasa Fuwsaat aa.K
frtce, wooJdl sot ealy raadet tt eat. awl leave the taetb
wbita aa aiabastart tlaay paraaaa da Bt kaaw l&etr braath
ia bad. aad tha satdert ta sadaiieata their frtcada win aevar
aiBUoa It, 8wart af oaaatarMt. Ia aura aach bwttla ia
vtvU IFaTUDG B m) CO, it. V.
For aata ky all Draa-giaca. fcaiJSau
BIST HAIS DY1 IN THE WORtO.
This Is stieog taegaaga, yat Boau'i tiavraao Hau Dra
(rvaamtii kapravad) waa pravwd aa ka se, ky tba jadyrs at
the late stechaaka Fair, keld la sVtea,(aag ta wss
Dr. Haja, &a eatecat aheat aaJ Stale aaayr)wbe
awaraad it tha tXXLt MEDAL ANSI DIPLOMA, av the
ebeseast Bair Dyea a txh tbiUaa n-oas H pacts aft at Caiea.
I's anparaUelrd taearierfty eaatsisu la, 1ft. fhalagrwdiaata
ra BMsrtaalag ta the hair, aw4 davinwtira, aa ataefm. 84.
Doaa wa etfcia ar hart Dm tata. 44. b aaaBy cpp4 aad
dysa tha hair any enter rvqalrad, frasa a deiicaie brew a ia
a dp k aa aataral as sa appaar KarvaUoaa. Ilaaa
taetarad.aaMaarfspfeiiad ly WM.S0QUE,t:i Waailsitfia
THE KENTUCKY, , HARVESTER,
A COMBINED REAPER AND M0WEB,
PATENTED MlVEMBCR 2i, 183G.
r-pnTS MACHINE waa Introduced and used for the first time during the harvest of 1SC, and, though. new,Uha
1 a ready eatablished for itell arepulatioa which haa never been reached by any other Combined Reaper and Mow
er, and it now occupies a posWon far in advance of all Its competitors.
Pome valuable improvements suggested by careful oservatk'B and expert en t daring tfco Ust harvest h.vebeen made
to this Machine, which will be added to all of there Reapers and Mowtre now building for the harvest of 1S5T.
This Machine can be changed from a Reaper to a Mower in five minutes, aad when at work can be altered to any de
sired height in one ha.i minute.
The following Premium have been awarded to thi Machine during and tinee the hartatefl&SS.
First Premium as a Mower, over Mannv'a Machine, oa vbial, before the Committee of tha Eminence AssocUtioB-, First
Premium as a Resperard as a Combined Resper and Mower, over Manny'a Machine oa teiax, hefore tha Committee of
theoith-Wet rn Aeri ultoral and Mechanical As-oc atlon, fc"a!sme, aj nr. rrcmmm as a rveaper.o.erme new
York Hand-Racing Re.p- r, the New York Self Ralirg Ke.prr, sad Mann? 'a Machin.. at the If entuokj Sta'a Fair, held
enp-r the New York Self Ralirg herper, anu aiaonj -s macninf . at ene reoiuonj nea-i air, neia
5- al o 'aa eir Premium as a Combined Reaper and Mower, over Manny's Machine, at the same tmT.
t un at a easATBB expense, ia made of better materials (be.M chti fly ol weocgbt ibok,) with a bet
e durable than any other Harvester, while at tha same time the price is as low aa that asked for the
at Parl. October, U66
This Machine is got
ter flni.ih, and is more
moit ora nary Combined Macnioea '
Ono of these Reapers can be aein, set " and In eompje'e ZlZr7, J Bg V -.y v. rr
aprl MACY & HAMILTON'S, Agents, Nashville, Tenn
I10RSE POWERS AND THRESHERS.
Wr. HAVE bow In store thirty Pennsylvania HR8E HOWKR3 and TdKESH t'Rri, which ean beuH either with
fouror two hone. Tret Machines have stood the tert of twenty-flve years in the largest grain growinv regions
in the United States. They have recently been much impiovcd in thca gearing and general construction, making them
lighter of draught than any other machine in uae. j .... ' j. n
Wa have, also, one of these Mchiuea pat up at our store, In complete working order, and Invite all IntereJled to call
"da"?Teo& w2ra ' . MACY & HAMILTON.
RE AX 'ESTATE S A L ES.
WOODS' ADDITION TO NASHVILLE.
05 TUESDAY, THE 5TH OP MAT 5IXT,
WE WILL SELL ON THE PREMISES, AT PUBLIC
SALE, TWtSTY SIX BEAUTIFUL HUILD1NQ LOTS.
These Lots front on College and Cherry streeu 80 feet each,
and 'on ' a'k t"6 f-et to a IS foot tlley. and art entire y
surrounded by strjeta and alter,. The location of ihe-e
Lots is one ei. ibe, moil eligible ia Uie vininity of Nashville,
com uauolng one of the fined views of tha Capiiolaml city
o'anv that have yet been oSered to iha publio Trier
are situated in a thnvine neighborhood, being but a short
distance beyond the Horticultural Gardens. Soil excel
lent, and as regards healthy locatiop, unsurpassed. To tha
mechanic and man of small means, this present induce
ments kr au investment far soprior to any yet oSered.
Tbey need only aa examination to be appreciated. 6a and
ee tiem fir yourselves before the day of sate, as we are
determined to sell, and gt ve a JM ffuarantm that there
all be no by-bidding. I hey are for saU, and will certain
ly b disp. std eif on the above named day
Tkbms or Salb. A credit of ore, tso and three yeara,
ullhout in te rent, ecurity on the first note only , and a lieu
retainei. Omnibus es and Colla Ion as uaual.
apri5 td K. R. tiLASCOOK, Real Estate Agent.
Tho above sale haa been postponed to Friday next,
tie 8th ia-taaw map 6
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE FOE SALE-
HAVING sold, within the Ian twelve month, eight
tracts or parcels of Land to eight eliflrrent persnns, is
some evidence that I am offcrlnvr good bargains. I have
a few more to offer to those wishing lopurchae As I am
in proving a farm near Ashport, Tenn., on the Mimissippi
River, 1 have determined to sell rov Lanl In Davidson and
Snmnercountiea during the present year, to concentrate
ray bu Jf eaa at one poit t The Karm 1 reside on, 1 milee
from Navl.viPe, near the Nashvlil and Louisville ail road
and the Oallaiin Turnpike, half mile from Cnmberland
River, containing l'JS acres, well improved, wiih a good
brick house with seven rooms, kitchen, store room and
four rooms in the basement story, all necessary out build
ings of every description, of cedar timber, unperior fruit
orchardr, fine garden and vineyard- abo it ho a r.-s clear
e l; balance good timber, ajd well set in blue ktsm. A
bargain can be had by applying to J. L 4 R. Vv . Urown,
Na-hville, or to myself, upon the pren'i.es.
ALPO 425 acres, in lois to uit purchasers, 10 miles
from Gallatin, near the Railroad. A good chance for per
sons of smad capital who want homes. Terms eay. anl
lime will be given. Apply to Joseph S. Wallace, Sumner
county, or to the undersigned, at his residence. I hava
alro, Steam taw Mill Machinery and 11 one Mill Power Ivr
s.le at a birgain. B. EUUKY.
Extensive Sale of Ileal Estate.
WILL be sold on the prein'ses, 8 rul es from jfl
112. C K. R., an I one mile eatt of 2nd rate on the .No
lensvil'e Pike. Iha well known homestead of Uay's Ul.ci
OX TUESDAY, UTH MAI
In lota as shown in the p'ot.
Lot to. 1. Contain One Hundred Acres, and hason tt an
excellent Brick dwelling with 6 rooms, all in good repiir;
One ot the best Horse Mills in Middle Tennessee, with lio.L
ng Cloth and a Thrasher, attai h -d; every out hou.e .that
can render a I aim dsirble; tearing On herds ofev.ry
ruit. A n, aa shown on the plot; plenty of word anl for
all the purpo-.es of tbe farm; tlie soil ia good, aud the
Springs shown ara aU of tha very best.
The remaining lot are all d -sir able, aid every foot of
them free Irom any Is pediment to cult! vaUin.
At the same time we will sell
FIFTY ACHES OF IIE VIL,V TI.TIHEII
One mle East of Ant och Depot, N. A C. R. R. adjoining the
landse,f Messrs. Paine, Gregory A others. And
FIFTEEN ACRES OF FIXE CEDAR LAXD,
ahoat one mile Rast of the Murfreesboro Turnpike, 10
miles Ir m Nashville.
Tbws. lbs Home tead, upon a eredltof one-.h;rl pay
alle 23 h. T)ecmliernex',tiiebalinee in one and two yee s,
purch ver giving bond with approved securitv, for ths first
paemeot, and a lien retained for Iha r'mamder.
The Timbered aid Cedar Lands, on a eradit of Six,
Twelve and Eighteen mouths. Notes with approved Secu
rity. PO'se'sion g'ven so soon as notes are executed, of the
Timber and eider, unconditional. Of tha Homestead with
the eucu ubranca, that tha renter, Mr. T. J. teed man ia to
occupy the premise, uniil 1st , January next
Omnlbu'ses will leave th : corner of Cedar and Cherry
Streets, at 9 o'clock, for the sle Pasnag to and from
lice. Collation aa usual, and all sre invite I to attend.
Apr. SOtb, 'B:.-S. K K GLAi- OCR Agent.
llat tan Chairs.
7I hava en hand a few handsome RATTAN SEWING,
v ARM and KOCRIXG CHAIRS, HAMflR and
lUMnia HAcn.ais, LADIES' FANCY WORK
mU MACKCNZIK a WILSON.
T M. PINGEt A C0 hava opened an office, at 46, Public
A Cquare, Nashville, fur the sale of their celebrated Raw
ing Machines. Those who winh to pu' chase rawing Machines
which they can depend upon, may do so at the above place.
It is generally admitted by all who have Used -ewing Ma
chine thai Singer's are superor b all others. Ttiey can be
used on all fabrics, such as Moulin, Linen, t'lnth, Cotton, or
Leather, by merely changing the Needle and Thread. They
will work with spool loilon, Pill, or Thread, these ma-
enfnes won faster; are snore durable and simple thaa any
ottuir. They are warranted to do what they are represent
ed, Mnper's Machine is an eatanll.hea met. (.'all and see It
In operation at 44, Publio tquare, Na bvilie.
1. M. FINGER A CO.
Being a practical Machinist,! ara prepared to fix a'l Ma-
enmea or linger s that may (by acrSdeot) grt out of order.
aprT. V P. TOY, Agent.
Gold Medal Pianos !
STEIN WAY cV KU.S Martufaclurera,
Q, WALRFR STREET, NEW YORK.
l?'i Reeeleed tha Inilnwln. Wimn l....fr
MsntLa In Competition with the best makers V5
of Bostun. New York fhilutalnhl. .nil R.lJ
TWO FIRST PR ZE MEDALS at tha MelropolJun Pair,
naanmgioa, narcn, 1V.
A OOi-D meoaL at ths Crystal Palace, New Tork, No
vember. 1SU, (beine the aoJy gold atedal given for Plaaoa
within the last s-a years ) r
AiOLO MEOAL at ths Mat jUad Institute, Baltimore,
THE FIRST PR'ZE MFBAL at tha Fair, Crystal Palace,
new ion, reovemswr, ltd. Aaaacg tka Judges were tha
first Musical Tabnt of the Country, sac A as M. Maaoa.
iMiiucna a, veonennanpt and mnnv otBera. El. A B Pi
anos, (with aad without tbe Iron Frame,) are warranted
for three years, and a written gaarantea given Planus
packed and shipped v ilk oat charge. Prases moderate.
C r. THIniTO kai been appointed so'e Agent
for the sale of the above Pisno Form fur Nashville and Mid
dle Teoneeaee, some cf which are aow la uae In this city.
He would renpectful!y refer to Mi'. J. M. Bas, Mr. VY. D.
Warms, and Mr. J. P W. Baowa.
Mr. T eaa be seen at K4 Sub mer street, er a Una ad
rwaaed to Box Tea, Postoffice, Niwhvil'e, will rtre ve at
lentlon. ' May S tt
cincKmiiNG & so.vs :
P I L rj: s.!
FfHB aubarric-er having bea anpo'n'ed Role A gent w
A the s ef ih above eoiebraMd lawrasaeat lor NasK.
vil e aad MMdte Teaorswre, hastattea tha room ever 0. H.
F mlih's ftoois ore. No. 41 Co lege street, where ha baa aow
op-B snj tir -ale, an aasartment af (he dtaerest pattertie
af 6. 3a. and! ecuves.raeaataaBtaT.liy carved ia tbe atyks
eFLeauXlV. Parahaaera aa4 tba u a -n g-oeraiiy ara
repwcthiily ioviud ta eaU aod exaaiaa thia Aaa stock of
Piaetau, watch, r eeauiy a tniaii, tolinesw aad pwwer or
tone aad 4 wteenty af touch, aaaaea be' earp eased bv any
Ptaaea eiaumfaetsred e'ther la lbs Cat tod Btaus er k uropa.
Kverv Jnatra-arnl warraotaJ aad said at ttoaaofaawrar'a
pricea, add eg ecat ol uannporU'toi on y.
L. AtkLLOR, oie Agrot foef Chx lerlre A
" lor kaavilie aud Mtd-Ut Te,ina-a.
IT" Pn trance ta P'ana Jtooea Dtrwogh C W Cashh "t
Bow Hears, 41 i'rr-l. apeis ldauw
4 A RETIRFD I'lt nidll, - ,
Wnoea aaada of b hav B-arT rua au dWwm.1
while ta t.e gUat lt4i-a a ertfct Sure tar Conawwipiiea
Aelhma, UrBr.ei.it a, Cemgha, t Ul aad Oaneral Ii.k !.,'
The lewrdy was di-xnvrrrd t Lui wlun Mi m .k.Li'
a aaaglniwr, was grvea as ta U;. Wii,t- u.a . t
td aa paa.Ue, he eiil seed to iwh of bts a.nuj f m,w
cmgs aa ra-ia-wt It, .4s r-cine, with fia aat eiipiscil 4-
. eip ana scw.ri!y a.ing it tie
trotre aach aiiiii to iwH.w him ., !. ..
pv,,,,, u,e recrii. nj tlx
"" w appuew to ibe Sx-cl of tl, .terUw
Becaa. Adrrwa lir.il JiHIt
, I.-Craad itreat, Jersey tuy, S.' J". '
C. H. STEWAET, - -
Wholesale aud ftetall
cuociiu c c onmttoi !rti:uciiA.i7.
:, K4. 41 eaOADWAY, lAiatlLLR. -
If Ya hivhevt Market arfc paid for Cestrv Trm.
daaaaf ail kittda. . taal -!'
CriAR -T1 hhta Faw JPrtaae. kbl Cltea aw Sagat
aTJ f 4a Pta'laia4 i-gar. latore aad it ie by ,
THE SCARCITY pF MEAL .
ITS high price, an 4 the lne-nven'en?e of obtaining It,
induce, us to call a tention to be
Celebrated "Excelsior" Mill,
As adapted to cai!iDt!ta Meet, for family use, and crashing
Corn and Cob., H beat Rye or eats for stock, thereby en
abling EYIRY MAN TO BEOOM"!
His Own Miller!
RThe " VXCELSIOR" haa recetv. d nearly ONE ETJNDRID
PRkMICMa in contest with the Improved "I I tie Giant,"
'Star Mill" anrl other. lis grir ding sot fare is east sepa
rate from the Mill ai d can be retnred, wben wora out at
a coat of three dollars. It b'm discharges the Meal from
one point directly into a hall bushel furri'shed compel
With Two Pair of Grinding
(Which makes It rqual in durability to two ordinary MillsJ
lor K fty Dollar .
tW County R'ghls fo'
JAMES C. BALDWIN k CO.,
No 8T Co Lgustrcel, Nashville, Teas.
RECEIVED fhlsday, by Tpre. a choice lot of Furnishing
Good.. The la text style of Shirts, Neck Ties. Kid and
Silk Gloves, Collars, Suspender--, Half-tlose, Stocks aod
Cravats, Dresing Robes, Underwear of every variety,
Trunks, Valise ani Camet Bags.
AHo, a freehmtpplv of Per'omery anl Toilette Soaps, Hair
Tooth, Clothes and N-eil Brashes Together with au assort
ment of Shell, Budalo, Bone and Ivory Oorabs.ac, Ac, and
we invite all to an axamination of our Stock.
J. H. McGLL,
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Furnishing Utore, corner of
the Square and College nreet. May 1
COIiI;D Nil I It TM. Just received a One as
sortment of Colored Shirt), latest stvlm, and at vari
oos prices. Mayl 3. H. MctilLL.
OIIIUT UOOni W have now a superb lot of
O r.oiora. or .-tlrU.iODeof them hanJ-iom-l; rnbroider.
ed. Forgaiebv Ma t J II. Met ILL.
F A:Ctf CiOtkDs A; TOII.I-'.T AliTICt.ES.
Just receivetl a fresn supply of Lubins I x tracts.
Colognes, Hair lys. Hair Oils, Ox l arrow, Ao to Kvery
variety of Hair, ro tn. Nail, r'leih and Clth Braehea,
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Travel nr eases. Also, Satchels;
Cabaa, Ches men. Domino, Vest and Sleeve Buttons, Coat
Links, Pearl, Silver and Morocco forte Monies; B-ad, and
Dilk Purses; bholl. Puff, Tunin, fide. Redding aad Fine
Tooth CoTbe; a choice variety of Ivory and Pain Leaf
F na; Pocket Knives, aod fin Razor, tingle and iu sella,
for aaleby J. H. McGILL
Lad'es'and Gentlemen's Furnishing jetore,coner of
Square and College street. Mayl
Is bow in receipt of his assortment of '
SPRING AAD SDDIEIl GOODS,
To which he rerpectfulTy aaka tha attention af hla frieada
and tne public geaeraily.
mli a a a
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCE VEST
TO THE CLOTHES WEARIXQ PUBLIC;
Eoyse & Elverson,
Dealers in Ready-Made Clothing
ANO GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
KO.20 Pl BLICSQI AnE.
LVt fust receivtj their Urg and Taried Mtortmcnl
?PRINQ AND SUMMER GOODS
consisting of evrry variety of fabric ased In tha most
fashionable circle such a Cashmereit, Prap D'Kte, Alpacas,
Linens and Marseilles, of every rhede and variety, and all
of them en anl ma M exp eeslv fir thUmarket.
Their aio- k ot Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods la aow com
plete, and in point of ri;hns vtriety audcheapaeMi haa
only to be examined, to be admired.
In addl'iou to tbeabove, they have a larva and varied
stock of Clo.hs, Cassimeres, Ve -tines, and Trimmings, Just
received frum ihe Importers wbich ihry will make to orders.
In s' le-e to suit the taelea of tbe ant f atidiuua apriUL
GooA Xcws fop the l.oys!
Eoyse & Elverson;
HAVE JTJ T RFCtlVED, a new and watt selected s s
ortmrnt of B 's and Children's Clothirg suitahie fur
String end unTier wear, also a eho'ct lot of Bo's Sliirts,
white aad colored, which they will sell at the very lowest
c.th price. apiSS.
THE 1W3IOUS KOADSTEKS.
THE EATON HORSE,
NAUGATUCK BLACK HAWK,
Imported and Owned by the Tenaeitoe Lire Stock
MIlI'E rjperh aMmala will make their flnt nsiss la
L Tconee at the flat Fair eS'ounds, aear Naahville,
terminatl g July the 4th, 1&7, at 1 25 the season, aod wiil
aa usatiea to 4' mares ee.n
Stockholden and gentle a srUMnt lohrved th.'irssares
will please make their entries ta F, a, Rains, as sooa as
practicable, and rvttle tbrlr bills during the sraaoa with Ir.
K.C. Foster, Treasorer of the Corpinr.
Good pos'arsge will be furnished lor erares by T. S.
RtiLS, or T. Fjii' Ing , at the usual prices of tbe eoootry, and
grain win ae Kd and extra atteatioo glvaa.if required.
THE EATON K0SSE is a good red sorrrL fun seven.
teeo hands hth.aed fr strong joints and perfectioa of
lorm, lr a borsa or his great us", h a rqaai aaanwt be
fount. Be was bred in Maiie, is fitten year oat, hsa
trotted under I min.aej sec. and ia ons of the fulleet Mee
senaer horses known. Ilia da was a leecesxtaat af tha
old wiothrop ale-wenger, tad bis lire waa el the Lena Is-
lant branch of Meawrcger. ties rolls are larwe.aad ara
generally open, aquare aad fla t trwuara. He i. ia aire mt
the "Oiav stranger," that iroUed ia I saia. $ soev, after
hi. shoaiders were serioasly Irjjred.oo the ke, aod sold for
i 0 or Mount Vernon, that t oeted l tha Laited Statea
Fair at Philadelphia, to ti-e words el Mr. Browa.chairwiaa
of eoatm!tlee,',Ao,BMy tnt-.tO;" and aiaay ether eieelleat
roadsters. Mr Hotme, editor of h Maiae Farmer," save
of bins in hi paper wf Apnl Id. t4T thai " Jt'o .r t4.,w
iarf.ve e tie O' J aTi Urp JvwwW9w, (a ton Jmpmr.
Ud JtuQr.) Ada got to many jUtt iri Urn,-' aau tba
agenu of the lmiuy regar I bieo ae a bora af hither
cbaraa ar for airing roadstars thaa aat other la Aaaariea,
NAUOATCCKBLACK HAWK. Is a rkh aad stjli.b
broB hor., eigui a.rs otd, l'i hanrfs k gh. has afteat
trotted in t:43, aud be bora MT the Irst nnae ever Lam
tar." and aaiv eih-r at the Stale Fa he'd at Na Ravea
beat year aod hia ouili are remaraab'y piomiaiRg. Me waa
aired by Yimeeil mack H.wk, that made O Hiii, his aa
er, ever AO t4, grand aire hrrmaa Mewgaa, great ni 4
streUie wllnal or Jaatia Mwgus Morse, Hie dam waa
Lady BarUw, by a sow al aid MbruM, and rt by tba Ia.
ported Mcwweier. He le half broihrr to kih.a inM .v..
met popular irot'.rsg stallica hvieg, fclara Jiaak
Bia k R.lt h. Know..Nothin that trotud atChicago la t H at
aad beat Falanapia ea Leaf lalaad la an .-n. .7
raicfa,that aeat i J. and wutcy ef .be best reawtatara
of taw eoaafy-ltwe tioiey'a booa aa Morcaa karaa.
Tbeee animals hava aaea Import d fraea Ik. ar-v i..
a view of aSordeng the beet eppvnaatUe. fo aeewdlsa-' rood
Urniiy ttorsea. and iha U.-eo ers kava therefe,, pst ,4
a yae thai wnl jaaufy swnara d atarsa vw bew4 a thess-
w. a. suu-'Tei1.' , K-C F T L
ANDalW tw'lN J, K ALLEa.
F. a-RAlM-e, jo. lUeVairsg,
T. FaNMMJ, PirmUnf CuwmuiU
O f BOICS FRrn LCUA,
X. Sj pet - oaAVG
M " ggr CHAMPAOTl fTOFR. -ISO
v.atK A fMiSH1 ALB, V.r'eie Breads
l Tx T ?n Nt loin Mtvitii riMit.
te 6i,Ji.9 M. R RatfiS if Flf OayitA.
taflfae fcEVCl'iS !rV' C3tC10A,
gvW.'ute i- isTiu mtDi
W Wlf LI w.'N Tl F Ueee Made '
lOBw liAUAiNaeYftiP. A-neJ Ftavera. 3
T t above arUMa ar 6ett,4 ta guww erdee. ami w!3
be 4 afs by. . 0&tt,TjS,
Maya. , lautawdwajr.
Bi:T 74 ITT?! Ct- C II I.IISE.
1 fCi 9 xt or THB ef,f wrrsta CKirat, a
1 J J -Y Vir tiUUity. Joatlwiwved aad Srf.ky
J. a. Aoatarrux
CtABrETriB. AH BriCDS!t,rrpK!,fVTiyaaaaaeaaka
t ik atiiasaa f a.aiiie, Ukat ha ea mm awnaied ca tha
aixroev af ll.tiea aad . !. au.e, twt taa eK
lewwd Mtt, sl'is k aniviw ewe as ki asaa ef
lawrpeetor'a al ii awl m. tetwrs, aaa aal f ia4a,
atwwr Carea, ka taaw. VaVwe taa, F.u Hf aa r, Trea.
Ijt"$a4 b tptaueg, AeV. fsutayUf Atmtttn te, .
awaawsywassssawssaaavasaasawwawJawaaa ai assaaanaawisjaji
ELASTIC FIRE & WATER-PROOF
... CEMENT ROOFIHS.
rHE Bsdersigneet ara prepared to introduce Into aaa In
Tennesa-w W. E. CHILD A mi.D PaTKNT ELA4
10 FIRS AND WATBR-PROO? CEMENT RO FIN1, and
ak tba attention of Architects, bunders. Railroad Com
4Bes, and the public to examine its superiority over other
AKCaiTECTS AND BTJTLDESS should no fail to
eamioe Una Koofin, , it ta blu,, an(1 cheaper than any
hiog en a-a. Tbe meters toTms m b4.d ,Dd ,moott
ice tbatanU rerst tha actio of ihe tirosphere tn awry
timat. In. Imp-rviona to w er, eUtste aod flnibia.
e contracts and axiv.no. wi.fe , cttmhgc, of t ea mow
.bere, and will neither e vaporata. cratk nor rot; and as to
tratahtti y, tbere ie no q leiUon. '
- It is practically imperishable, act win narfMPfaii. rW.e
I" tayardinary exiernU exposure to fire, as ia b,lndntly
""w, 1 ww win .rriD( i. wiier-proor. We will an
rage to pat onr Roofing on over ordinary good btathtng,
id shiBaiea, tar .nd gravel, tin, ainc, c pntr, or Iron roofs
tt making no difference hww suep cr tUt ihey may be
ur seven dollars pr one huoeired sqiara feet; it ting far
.heaper thaa an Rjof of tha oid sljle, and a a are ur it
will iv better satisfaction.
It will also be found to be the best u h e ever invents 1 to
jover or mend old leaky tin, tafHn l gravel rocft, or aronnd
himney., scuttles, etar mar windows, nu gutters, hr the
tia ia rul d throcgh. This Cement can ba put oa to lat
as long as stone, aad form a perfect ad I enon to any e '
iet to which it is applind Tiu Roots can be pa n:ed over
(and wanai,ted not to laik) at two d liars aad fl.ly cents
per haadred square feat, wbich ia cheaper aad na.k bet
.aer thaa paint Thia Hocflng w.ll be foood to be tne best
theng few covering larita Roofs where tbe ara exposed to
8r such aa Steam Mills, Saw Mi la, rsetones, R.uroad
Cars, br.dgea. 1- p jta, ttation Houaes. Steanlat Otcis,
and. In fact, ev Tj Kind ot Roof a here there is an external
?pdsarefrom fire. Aa the Kr or is perecv, wihont a Joint
in rt, tt presto vs n1 chance for Br locomninnlcate, aud any
dght sub unce will burn eat without ignit;na.
gijjr Insurance OtEces at Cioeinnati, and other p'ae-a
hra Philil. a fiLi e a.nant hs bweii ased. insure Build-
pings wieh Roofs oovered vith thia Cement, at iba same '
r.tes aa for those covered with Iron, Copper or Tin
t7 Tha Cen-e-it will ba furnished to i&eae at a dUtanea
with eHreccraa for aaiog.
fW wrders tent to tha anderigued, throujh the Past
ofhcc.wUi be promptly attended to
A. G. SANFoRD, Kashvilla,
At Mseey A Hamiltou. Uardwaia Mora,
Or SANtOiU) KCscKi-L, Meohia.
TESTIMONIALS AND REFRF.SC?S. , i
. Crrica Bccxtrs rvATi acaasca Ccweaar, )
tiao sjiiTi, Ueo. IS, loo J"
To All waow rr war eBcaaa: Ttu. h to certify that I
aave examiueu apectmena are Koofaof W. K CntMs k Co.'a
- - - . vtueui BooDir, ana dw
Have ltobeemiint yiop?reor toaor other kind afRoo'.
log in ase. I was ao eye witness af a sevtre trial af one cf
tbawe Koofa from a large volume of name from an a joining
knt'dinr. wbieb atrurk ilirceHi. Liwiit thm n.r a m.
JL for nearly hah an hour. It rtoo4 tbe trial beyond ait cx- -
pacta uon, and taved Ui? aailel.ng, T. M. HASKELL,
President Pucaeye State iniaraiewla.
. - DxciXXATI AskMCT KoTaa IxatraaRca Conrav,
aebruary 6, W-I. J
: I hava examined V. X. Chile) s A Co.'a "Aia.tic F r t ad
Water-P'oof Ceoseat Roofing,' and. as far aa I caa Jnawe,
ranrider it a great Invention, and am willing to In-ure
kaiildinga thus protected upon the same term, as I uuurev
those covered by metal. - ISO. 8. LAW,
Akaat Royal Ir. C , London and UvcrpeeL 1
Front J. B. Bennett, Gener.. -eot of Jltaa Inj. Co. for tt e
Southera and e-era S iew.
ClsciMsaiL Jan. 7, 1S"T.
j Having made considerable InqLir. ae ea Ibe merits 4 tha
"Patent Elaalic t'ement Roofing," introduced intothKriiy
by Childa A Co., I find il to re h gM reco i mended in thU
, -i'y by many ectllcnt jodres; hat it is meeting with very
ready and general introduction, that iu superiority over
the tar composition Rocflng ts eleeioV d and freely adn Itie l:
aod finally, I eat ect to adopt it f. r my next root, whirh will
oe next summer bavin intended to ae tin, bat will try
j tbe virtue of 'be 'Patent Lias us Roofing ' seibstitnte.
lours, truly, J. B. BLUETT.
Crnce or tbb Cr , Haa aas nArrosr Paiukud Q
Childa A Co. 'a Patent Cement Ru fi.ig ia now usrd rer a
on our be.t class of Rullding. We areeuVtring our Freigh t
Cars with ii, and eur Master M'chaaie rnor'a very favor
able to iU . S. L'tiLMM -DItC, Pres. .
Crnca or vaa Ohio aid Mitva-sirt PAnaoeo Col
CwciNSATi. Jan T, 13."i7.
Dxab Fia: To answer to your li q'iry, in relerenee to
our opinion as to the practical ase of yoor a oof in the cover
ing of car, we may sty that fro-w our observation, wa en
tertain a very fevorable on e, ko ni;ch o, that we Intend
testing it thorouihl v on rco't of bu l tings. eis, 4c; after
which we will with pleasure g'Ve you ourd-rided opinion aa
toiuatlhty. Yours, t rule, K. LIPPKNCOrr,
Supply Agent Ohio A Mi a. R. R.
CP Since the above wa wr tten, the Ohio aod Missis
sippi Rallrond have cou'raeied for eoveriia tl eir ears, de
p its and bridge, between Cincinnati and Vinrenne, with
this Cement, cousider.ng it the beit article they have used
for tha purpose. ,
H. C. Loan, Pres. Ind. and Cin. Railroad. 5
E. Gsst, Pres. Wiln inv oo ami ZavHle Railroad.
A.M. f BtBLsa. Pres MerrhanU'A Maonfaeturcn' Ins. Ca.
Jas. H. Ctarca, Agent for .-Kina and other I aitfoid Co.
H aar Mohtosi, Pres. Central Inarance Company.
Uao. rABilta, President Lafayette Btuk
Gar W. o'riic. Bell Manorr. No. lui la-t Second st
Bii a Vo i-HO', No. i fourth ft.
staa Pailsv, Sni th st , betwem Fourth and Fifth.
J. eiaosa, Tai m-and Draper, Fouitbst.
MrLfci ,aitaW(K)D, Iron Foundry. .
JealgeW. Y.e aottjov. ,
Job Sbiluto o , Dry Goods Dealers, Fourth st.
MrroHiLk A Raueausaie, Furniture Macufaoturers a a
Drali r, fourth e,
W. 1. Stswabt, Bu Mer 813 Plnm st.
MneiwtT.a Srawan., LooisvQ'e. )
Wa. S McRbtsolds a Co., Clarksville, Tenn.
A WORD TO THE WISE t
gi at ence and
get some of
M'l saa a
CoaoiiL a so V;J"
It ta the TtaA tap-''
enlv remedy thai win remove all Imp-mt!" M the
BLOOn. It being aTonie.lt w at the same time Sirenf h
en and Invigorate the system.
Thousandf la 8t. Louis have se it, and the unrveraal
expression is, that It never fails in curln any eompiaint
arising from adiaord-r-d fliata of tha Liver, oto tach cr
Bowels. fewdoaes win cure Dlurrhceeer Ovwatory.
As a Dlurrt c, it will cure soy disease of the RHoevs,
C'eroa, or Bladder; as aa AUerativ , l will puri'y tha
hnvt and remove all Ysllownesa, Pimples or sores from
Il ia a sura preventive for Tllw Fever, ChUls or A (wa
and Fever and Cholera. There ie na aitt a sheet it.
We eaa retr to huadreda af Steamboat Men and others to
prove that fact.
McLiai'b (Tatauarraaaive Ci'Sxin doex aat rv aire cer
tificates iw bring it into aoilce, oae dose seifBc'eol to
eonv nee the most skeptical of Ita woade'ful ioviroraliog
(ffeets. Call aod ry It. It ta vew plcaaanl to lake.
Rvery Coin try M-rchartt rhould take a aupply home
with him. Il la an in"tl'pnsable remedy for every foa-Uy.
J. IL McLKAN, Fole Proprietor ef this Cordial
AIh, McUsu'a Va'ranie Ml Lirlma nt.
17 1 Principal Depot, aa tha corner of Thk a" aad Ptne
treeea. ft. Louis. Mo. , t
tW Price, 1 Ct) per Bottle.
19 Tor sale by alt the principal Merchants and Drug
gis:a la the city and eoantry.
!TIcLEA"ir9 VOLC.a7TlC Oil. LI"II.nC?ITe
Tha g-ett rewaedv aver dissovered for Man er Roast.
The anparsielled succrse af this Limine .t ia a safRoen t
guarantee for It. astooishine rfficae-. The Lame a'e made
to walk, tha Wounded, Frutrcd anef-f ora are healed, ard
sit who eaa It rejoice ia ita healing and invigorating ef
MoLaan'a Volcanic Oil Liniment r aaa'tsss earative aow?.
er an part or to all a her axterual reme'li-1, bricg . ebrmt.
callv combined aa to retain In i la ewaobination all tha sir.
toeawf its ewveral in 'rwdieute aa to raab'a it la aeaetraa
tha minutest vessels ef tha bods. diaimineUog ke healicg
1 1 eeeoee, resaeviag the eaase ef the die-a- a, aad itrpartlcg
life, health, terms lb arid vivaes y Uthe a hoi a.rtwwi..
- Wa saw or hear daily al peraors who were aoafirmad
Cripple. Their arm ar leg parailaed m drawn irooaad,
iheir masHes bein shrivelled and eonuand, aba bow re
joice ia their aerataeeat rwatsratxia ef the awH thwr
labs by the aae ef McLean's celebrated Veeaaae UtJ Lini
ment. "Who," then will softer with focal pain arexlvroal
dleeaae when a safe aad aara remedy is so ea.LvbeiBcd
Reader, are yoa afflicted with tatcers. Piiwe, 1 amoia,
CwaUinr. Broncbele, e.oitr, P.r.lTSia, Ckrooto or Icnaea
lory Rbeamatiso, cHiffoeaa la ywur Joiata, Coetrao ad
Murelee, N.nialitiw, WaakBaa ef the Jotnea Ma atea ae
Ugteseata. Ear Ache er tooth Ache, eVraore, 8iraiDa,
Woanda, Flea h Cats, Cleeraer Fever avrea. Caked Hrwasta,
8jw Nlp Ure, Kara, rcalda, laflaauaeiaa ar ao. aa
tor hw atvere or how ieng tbe awrs baxutce4 fiuflar
a tooaer, MuLeaa'a Voloaaia OU Li mm. at wtU ewre yoa.
It ba bera ihoroashly teeted a ail of lb above diat.ara,
aad wa bav never knows U te tail ia giving peey ai.4
Tba taaAbsom and dbetrasaiag 3Ut, tha Piles, whka
baa heretofore been aooeldend u (arable, cat, be perma.
aaotly eared by ibta aoaderful Liniment.
- Thaa triA aa leeger a ita reeaaion I inter eat a and raeaa
diee can at OBca aad get a -ppit of MoUaa'. Yckaaia
Oil LlBlssent. It Is a sals and ec'tam caie, and the eily
reliable remedy lertaa ewre of focal pa. aa,sote, swellings,
ataaaataa ar aeaau
J. H. k'aLIAN, Fcle Froar'ater.
VBT Prine pat Depot aa iha coiner af fin aaa lbud
lU.el., BA. iweu. Mo.
-mr For aaie by all tha prhaeJDai Marchaata and 1V
giata ia Utweiiy aod country. arta
IL C. M'NAIRY &, CO.
A M w la receipt af the tartest stork ef Ftapla aoi
I a. Faces Dry Uooda aver offered at retail in i h aectiea
ef eo u a try awaipr.aiBg ever . th ag ia thwerliaeef baste.
aae tbey ara acteraiwwa to eeu uwsa at the fowwat pare bee
prices, cuhar tee cash ar to prompt bey era aa teeaw ana aU
peroBta search af aaythuit ia U way of l"y wVaaaa
weeld a well to gtvw their isamea a-.a aa eaasBlaa
lion, a ihy are prrparwd to Scr great weJaoaeet-aav
lag baogat th aat ef Ibetr atoca ua ae a freta art
karda by tAe packas.
liar stack la pamcalarry aitracur ia aa Beaeripuaa i
EOilZa ASD GLOViJ.
cocjs s oa bois, :
ae taw ta reea-ipt af tha )a-wt etock avww broor t
to iba ait, to 1,4, 4ia U aad is fccteMtaeeaMiawe Ul
eat kaaoy ahapw aa at peaaswra. . -
- itxaw KAxn-'ss. . ; 'A
Jaa rwecivad aa aaaaaaRy Urge at as X, Vi,a4
M t eoiotwd aad a uia.
IS katea aad 4-4 Caaaoerg-:
1 a4 A Oa. -wuag
. A " . Utaaa d.
4 " Kvy ia:aaTwaja,fo Maa' PaAAat
g a 4, .
JS Plaid a4 rtrtpw) Uida'p, -a
Sieranwavy ?, aa t 4 4 twJJ4 Dwekt
4 aawa 1 14 li 4 a4U4il., aaeeua.
U - X-.' BOw4 aV.4M,bllffc " ,
AS wa-Ptk ef gl ef Una nJ wi I a. i ivj
wear.-,aa4wtjJeUaalarwaaya-o,w m, aaerr.
lucUptc Stove Vouudry. ,
AT thia fssMnf I asakMa CXSIW3, AL It aat
UCArtJsrOitef vatr. eiOttO n
e aa ki&4a, AsuLrwaa, t4 Iraaa a4 Wafi lutua mt aU
IB WA. ,
AUX Pa, Crpr aad Ira Vara, alt af wklca
1 aeww k ecU r r t e.. er t
Bwmtai ( wrw.
fuwet; aiwa-a sa to3ag a4 -!.
. U. a. iWaai-S A 4 i"et.lcf t ,
trt e ava ,t;aSi