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Ital- .ii. . - - - , . .4 , , ej"a Hi".u a ".:e cer- ix-a:y cI aj "e!i; cne eve-, , , 3, wt:ea iesuiOLei:lv str.r cave i..t - -- 13 t.i reJ- j'j'cVi.' i" sasi - r"r frieiv!, hw 1 cat riTt rftra?c tpoed a vxcn ' l: t refect tsfiWk o to ca-ase t .z state to ikth wi3 2t ical to a rened . . It i wt -rka: kave. but what , n I - - . , - - . ; the mechanic!, iot an -eaince 01 de- H itxf -ca iiret amaze: r; attcat-; - r r.L. - 2 . - iiii wLon, for business, for comfort, but The Holj Places Desolate. . ! After a I eace of thirty three 3 -ears 'a.iration, the ahhabis have suddenly ai!en up'n and r-HIaged the holy cities lvf Mecca and Medina. -The garrison cf the fatter place, having attempted to !ueftn-i it, were massacred to a man; 'and a lanre number of the citizens j'er Jishtd with" them. ' Tfie mosques were j destroyed, their contents of any val ! ue appropriated, the cities completely ' sacked, and iiunibersr of women and . children carried off to the dcert. The ; cturitr who carried the intelligence ! to Constantinople, described the coedt- tkn of the plundered towns as dtstress . ing in the extreme. ; - ! The Wahhabis, it will be remernber .cd, inhabit the interior and higliland portion of the Arabian peninsula. Be- tore t.heir repression in ISIS, they could jbrin: into the field 200,000 wairiors. j Thev believe," as true Musseimen, in one (Hod, and Mahomet as his prophet; hut are peculiar in denying to the lat- ; ter any claiiu to Divine power. They accept the Koran in its primitive sim jplicity t!S a Divine revelation, and re ! :tct ail the article? added bv the Turks. ; I'hc Government is administered by two chiefs, one superintending civil, and the other religious affairs. The first these is styled -Emir, and boast an 'otlintcrrupted descent from EbiaSediaj . touiidcr ot tne Government. I he com niaud of the army, the internal control ff temporal matters, and the adminis tration of three or four Bedouin tribes, confederated with the Wahhabis, fall j within his jurisdiction. I The Wahhabis made themselves en- iera.Iy known at the commencement of the present century by a conquest of j the same cities w Inch have now again :fi;kn into their power. Mecca was -captured in 1S03 and Medina in 1S04. Unmolested by the Horte, then em ! broiled in the endless intrigues of the Janzaries, or by the Pashas of Egypt, equally involved with the Mamalukes, , t:n-y swept in triumph over the whole jef Arabia, from the Persian Gulf to Lkbelmandel and reduced Aleppo, Da--ina-cu;, and the rest of Syria under their barbaric rule. ' - Mahomet Ali murdered the Mame- lukes in ISll, and before another year j had ended re-captured the two sacred ! citie?, and contracted the Wahhabian dominion step by step, until by the vic- tory of Tahalite, the race was almost annihilated. Ibrahim Pacha, in ISIS j forced his way to Draych, the capital j town of the tribe, took it by storm, put : 20,000 inhabitants to the sword, and j sent the Emir, Ebdaliah, w ith forty ; members of his family ta Constantin ople to have their heads cut oT. ; Revenge for the slaughter of these ; fathers is it seems, the motive of the ;new out burst. The Sultan obviously j regards the danger as serious. The ; Arabian army has been placed under j the command of Mhomet Pacha,' a ' veteran soldier, formerly intrusted with the government of Aleppo, and every -preparation made to, extirpate the ; whole race, ir. 3". Times. , . How they Preserve Order is Ars- jteia. The Vienna rorrespondent pf the Ixndon New s, describes the follow inshockinirarrair as having taken clace at Santa Maria, near Gross-Wardein, latelv: . . . At a peasant's wedding, when the : proccsion of the betrothed was mo- ! vinS Awards the church, tiie gendarme 'arrroached ,he bride and summoned !her i,m"ediateI; to divest herself of the rc-j, wnitc, ana green nuoons wnicn she had in her dresses, according to the nrls, saying tnat tnese colors were revolutionary. ;The degroom objected, saying that a ,w,lh, lhe dciir? of the gen- iiAiliit, UWt, iilCkl, I1UU LiiV - IlltOL UUl ' the rriest waiting at (he The Serme retired, the pi (he altar. rocession e was nee-nS at the steps of the altar to receive the benediction, the A.-:-. ;',rlcendarrrie rushed forward and cut her treses and ribbons with scissors from ' rier head. In Hungary it is consider- ed a CTcat insult for a female to cut her hair, it conveys a notion of infamy. Naturally an allray took place ; (he a -. i i . j i -i roo;u, otncr gendarmes arrived in aid f their fellow otficial, the people, tho' w:theJt ami?, rushed upon them, and the result was the slaughter of seven men, three gendarme? and four peas ar.ts. among them the bridegroom and the brutal assailant of the bride." . 4 Mechanics. They are the palsce builders of the world. Xot.a stick is hewn, not; a stone tnar-fil in all ti!P lorH!v- Hwp incro 't- Hei rich, tliat loes not owe its beau-j - ' . " . . , tv and fitness to the mechanic's skill. nob!e ships that rover the seas of the world, tne marn.ncent steamers init plough the northern lakes -and western .t, " rivers, the swift locomotives that trav 'trse the land from State to State with ",c i:- .'T.um?,' . f". luc , . ; r f .1, -. 1,- j:.u 'How cxaited is their tain nj; how no- i ihc-ir pursuit how sublime . is tneir vocation! U ho dares to sneer at snch a fratemitv of honorable, - no- ' be. LLrh-ininded men S . Who dares to y- t i - . - - ,.r . t ambition, and.-honestv; and it js I their own fault. if it does not lead them V to the highest post of honor, fanie and renown:1 - .-- . -. . A Koman Catholic Curate,' to free hiirisclf from ll;e great labor of c6nfes- ... , . -. s-kn in Lent U gate notice ta bis parish- ioners that on Monday he should con 6:85 thf 011 Tuesday the misers ;Thursdav the tiiieves; on Friday the s fiberiiaa! : and on Satordav-the bad r- , . j . , women. Hi? scheme succeeded ; none ' HOLLY "SPRINGS &a3S3 - THE FALL SESSION OPENS . . On the 3d Wednesday in September next ', " .; yw?. ' .Faculty. f ". ."j-" ' REV. G. W; SILL, A . 11: Principal and In structor in the Ancient Languag6, lligher ilath vtmllee, and Astronomy. , REV. CHARLES S. D0D, A. M Lecturer on Chemistry and Natural Philosophy,' and In structor ia the Natural Sciences, Elocution, and Penmanship."-" " "' ' ; LIT CIE ROBINSON, Instructor in French, the higher English and Ornamental Bran- C MISS 31 ART A. STEARNS. Coverness and InMructorin Mathematics , and higher English) Studies. . ilISS LUCILLA READ, Instructor in the Primary Department. " ; - -' MR. CHARLES STRUCKE, Instructor in Vocal and In.-triirnental Music ofeverv kind. - JNO. W. C. WATSON,' ESQ., Lecturer on the Evidences -of Christianity and Nature of American Institutions. . - WM. F, STEARNS, ESQ., Lecturer on Eng lish Literature and Poetry, . , Term3, per Session of Twenty-one Weeks. Tuition in the English lirauclies. First ClasiS;r...-i.. ............ ...$25 00 Second " . . . . .-.................. 1(J 00 Third 1300 Fourth " - .... . ..... v ... 12 00 Tnition, " - . Oreek, Latin French, and German, each, 12 00 Drawing, Painting, and Fancy Work, of. every description,. ......... ..... . . 10 00 I nstruction on the Piano, Harp, or Guitar 25 00 Use of Instrument for practicing, . . .... 5 00 Board,iucluding all contingent expenses 50 00 0ne half at the opening of each Session, ..the 1 ajiiicuii),,, -j remainder at the close." No deduction tor absence, except in case ol protracted sickness, -r - - Apparatus. - , v An extensive Philosophical, Chemical, and As tronomical A-pparatus, which cost fifteen hundred dollars, is owned by the Principal, and a full course of Lectures is given to each graduating class. .. . In addition to the above 'Apparatus, which embraces a Refracting Telescope and Microscope of exquisite finish and beauty, a Reflecting Teles cope of seven and a half feet focal distance, be longs to the Principal,- winch will be used with the Astronomical Classes "''i, Improvements. " About three thousand dollars have been expen ded by the Trustees and Principal within the last eighteen months, in enlarging the Buildings and improving their internal arrangements for educa tional uses." In the beauty of its grounds, 'and the extent and number of its Halls,' Porches, Rooms, and various apartments, for the comfort and health of Boarding Pupils, it is now unsur passed by any Institution of the State," !".- . The Mode of Instruction V r' Is of the most thorough Jiind. Those who complete the full course will be enabled to take a high stand in mental culture and Scholarship wiih the graduates of any Female Institution of our country. ' - -r. -' ' ' Holly Springs,. August 22d, 1851 nol8-tf. -. ; O. FALLS & CO., . Grocers and Commission Merchants, AT THEIR OLD STAND, SECOND DOO& FROM THE CORNER OF MAIN AND ADAMS ST;, OPTOSITE U. S. HOTEL, - . MEMPHIS, TEXN. KEEP on hand a large and well selected stock of Groceries, Bagging, Rope, and Plantation supplier. Particular attention paid to the Stor ing, Selling, and Shipping of Cotton'. , setp 5, '51 Cm. . . .- . - DR. J. O. WALKER, HAS resumed the Practice of Medicine. -Office, two doors west of E. A. Talbot's Drug Store, where he may be found at all times, during the day, unless professionally absent. O Residence, first door north-east of the Frank lin Female College. June, 20, 1851,-9-tf. ; JAMES ELDER, B. GRIFFINO. ELUER & GRIPPING, -.CCT'TON rJLCTOP.C; . Grocers & Commission Merchants, Main St., between Adams & Jefferson Stst, ; '"- Memphis, Te;knt. "IXrill keep" constantly for sale, large stocks 01 1 V Bagging, Rope, Twine, Cotton "i arn.Virgin- ia Tobacco, and all articles for the supply of Planters, and dealers in Urocnes. . April 25, 1851. nl-tf , ; - ; . Attorney at Law, ' ' ;" ; Holly Springs, Mis. ew 3Insic! New Music! 'New Music! ! -V: " Just Received, ' SENTIMENTAL Waltz, by Miss Emily L. Loud, Koh-I-Noor, or Mountain of Light Waltz, ditto.; New Orleans Polka, by Miss Emi ly L. Loud; Marche Orientale, , ' v , La-Chasse. bv Thomas Loud.-- - " For Sale at - LOUD'S PIANO ROOM. August 15th, 1851 - : , 17-tf - ' - INTELLIGENCE OFFICE, . c ; Cash, to loan on Real Estate, and also, , . . Servants to Hire. - A ND Servants wanted at all times, at the i3-office of - "W. II. FTFFE. J dy ISth, 1851 no. 13 tf." Holly Springs CARRIAGE REPOSITORY, S M IT II,; : & "'-WII; Mo.N Opposite Hay's (formerly Stone's) Livery stable, on Memphis street, Holly Springs, Mississippi, IS the place where vou can purschasea Car riage orRu;;y cheap; or have your, old ones repaired in the best style and at the shortest notice- '... '--'-'',.-,., Mr. S. will give hi personal attention to the PAINT1XG and TRIMMING Department; whereyou can have CarWcjeand Buggy trimming . Coach, Sign, Ornamental and Banner Painting of every variety and style, neatly executed. " 1LT" Friends from the country give usaCAix and rou shall be satisfied. ... ... W. tfc S. - P. S, We have 'on hand a number of .Carriages "and Buggies, with or without tops, , which " e will exchange for other or sell low fur cash or good paper." Xov, 14, 1851 no. 30,-tf. . " - ;; . MELOOEONS. " JUST received direct from the cele- Prince fc Oo., a lot of three clioice and beautiful Instruments. For sale at, lowest Eastern prices,at LOUD'S PIANO ROOM, .May 23d, 1S51. Over Johnson L Cary's Store General Collecting and. Agency Office. V - W23. ma f S,'S'IFII'IE, - y "T7ILL promptly' attend tdcoTlectihg claims V V in Marshall arid the adjoining counties in iforth Mississippi and West Tennessee.", J -. ' . ; R :':& to .' ' " . Col. T? J. Word, - Rev. W. G. McGaughey, Dr. L.'SawTtT.i" " T. A'.- Falconer. V. - O Orfice for the present, at the room adjoining Boswell's Daguereotype Gallery. " v . - , " .Holly -Springs, May 3d,lfc51. nolf. ;.. TIT" ill at all times sell Exchange on New ' Torky if and Memphis at the current rates. ALSO- t. GOLD arid SILVER bonght and sold. ' " ? . . , ""- CH1TTENDE2T fc . S. E. CAREYAgenU" "- ,, ' t. ' -- 13 Office in the Store of 'JonrisondiTkfeTr "i ."Oct. &4-1851-3-t.:r V ' v JOHN .WHITE'S MARBLE FACTORY, " On Adams Street, beheeem Main and Front Row,, ""j" y - Mempbis, Tennessee, . T EEPS constantly on hand all ki'ndsTbf mar AV ble Work, gotten up in thetst'6trlc3; ; For J srecimipns andfurtheTrsarticnlaTS-call at the oflifr- , of W. H.FrFri, in Hollv Sprinffs.wboismr au- .XO'OICj0llI5f.i;av ALL PERSONS indebted to W.B. CLARK for Tuition in dancirig.either by note or account, are herefcv notified that if not settled hj the first jof Noyembet,tbat they may expect to find theirfof A I Lounsberry's Supporters, is, v hM tKe hand of a offitW for collectiori. ' raZiiUe cure of ProUpsus Uteri. Why will yoa go to Mrmphbf - Jst Received by. , '. ' And will be old ' ". u AT VERY LOW PRICES, 8nnAPr"- NW Brogan; 20 Cases D. ' UUlf tD. S.Vater Proof Boom; ; 20 CWs Afen's Mud Boot; : ; .ZJ, : 50 Hungarian iiid 15oots; 49 37 43 30 50 10 10 Gents Hungarian JIud Boote; Youth's thick Boots: . Boy's thick Boote: . Kid Boots, Ladies' St. Lace calf Bootees; .. Kid Bootees: , . Goat pesrzed Bootees: 10' Jenny iantl b.w iooiee; P. S. 10 cases bl:y?and purple Gaiters, themqst fashionable sfvles: 13 cases Misses goat and kid Bootees; , i ' 8 - " Children's Shoes, various qualities; : 10 " Men's California Brogans; ; , ,11 " -'Bov'a . " . - - " 6 " small bor's " . 20 " Ladies' kid Bootees; , ' Persons wishing U buy either Boots or Shoes would do well to call and examine our stock before buying elsewhere, as we feel confident our prices are as low as any shoe-house in the Western Country. -1 Gentlemen, we submit the above facts for your consideration. t - " , - J Yours very Respectfully," ; ' JAS. BULLARD CO. - Sept. 20-1 851-23-tf. ' . , ' LOPEZ AND MBEIITY! V REVOLUTION IN CUBA!! GREA T "EXCITEMENT !, ! ! ! ! TUT nothin? equal to the'excitement in Ifolly J J Springs: occasioned bv the arrival of a large and rich assortment offal 1 and winter goods, now opening and lor sate by Johnson Ac. "Careys Consisting in part of , , Ladv's Rich Dress Goods, '.., ; Black and Colored Poplins, Mournin? " Satin DuChine " ; . Fancy Silks, Rich, ' T Figured Silks, Black - Embroidered and Plain Cashmere," Printed and Plain . DeLaines r' Mohair Lustre, Grenadine Lustre, ; Rich Brocades, Party Dress Goods, ' ' Emb'd and plain Crape Sliawls, - Emb'd and plain Thibet Shawls, " . Lace capes,-collars, andcufFs, " . J AND . ' - ' 1 And an endless variety of articles, which we would respectfully invite the Ladies to call and examine. , WE have in store A new and beautiful Lot of the Richest Jewelry; Catherine Hays Kar-Rings, knglish; trench, and German ditto., Scroll and Enamelled , "-' .' Brooches, Lopez Fob-chains-, Quit- man and Foote Finger-Rings, . . ' - Alliance "plain and " Set! ditto., Cuff pins, late ' -''" ... I.- stvles, Hnting ' - -: T. . - ' . '. h single case ,- " : , - Gold watch-. -es, englih Lever sil ver do.; " . - Gentlemen's Dress Goods, Broad-cloths, plain and Fancv cassiiueres, Rich Winter Vest ings, fccans, cravats, collars, Jinen ' - . - U. llaDdkercniets, Colored Bor ders, Latest Fall style of Silk Hats, Men and boys Fur aud soft wool , hats, Men and Boys cloth and Glazed CAPS, a WE have a large assonment TK of Hardware, Collins - axes and carpenter's tools of all k kinds, . J Fine and common table cutlery, Pocket KniveSj Pistols, tc. , . The attention of our planting friends is invl ted to our stock of , '",' Kerseys, Osnaburgs," Jeans, Linseys.,' . Domestics, Blankets, and Cottonades, . . which we are selling'at greatly reduced jirices. Come one and all!! We sell cheap, cheaper, cheapest, for cash aDd for cash only ! V . . ' OUR MOTTO IS .. , p s A nimble six-pence is better than a slow Shilling! ! WATCHES AND JEWELRY repaired "on short notice. - - JOHNSON fe CAREY. . Holly Springs, August 2ath. . . -.nol9-tf. W NEW VOLUME FOR 1852. o The best and Cheapest Juvenile Magazine in the , ' - United States! ' ' . QN the 1st of January, 1852, will be published at Charleston, S.' (3., the first number of the third annual volume of ., i ' which Eas Vecn pronounced by some of the ablest presses and best judges, "TLe best and cheapest Juvenile Magazine in the United States." The success of this beautiful little work during two years has been so flattering that the Publishers jiave resol ved to continue it and make it perma nent, and tlicy'thertfore call upon parents, teach ers, and all interested in the rising generation to aid them in their efforts to make the Schoolfellow all that its most flattering judgea have pronounc ed iti ' - "- ' It will be published in the same fonn as here tofore and under the same editorial care; and will contain chiefly original articles from the pens of Mrs. Caroline Uilman, . Mrs. Joseph C Neal, Mrs. W. CI Kicliards, Mrs. C. Vf Du Bose. Jkliss lathill, Carolice Howard, Miss CV. Barber," Clara Moreton, Moria Rosseau, . Jennie Elder, . ."Grandmama Hoary Headr "Mary E'.'fE. B. Cf." the Editor, and many other well known writers. - It Pictorial EmDellishiments will be more numerous and beautiful than before;! it will be printed upon finer paper, and no pains will be spared to make it a most, charming com panion for all good girls "and boys.- It will be published on the first of each month, arid .will make a volume of about 400 pages and 100 en. gravings, " ' - ' .' ' O' At One Dollar a Year n Advance. Qj Any person sending ns ten' new subscribers, with the money, can retain one-fifth ; if twenty or more, one-fourth of the subscription money , - r The First' Three Volame, - ' . " beautifully bound in gilt mutlin, will be furnish ed in connection with the third year tor Four Dol lars. To clubs, they will be- supplied at One Lmia.r lor eacii volume. " U" All orders must.. be accompanied with the cash; if by mail, post paid, and addressed; to- -'WtKEB,'. ElCHABDS .'(jOsx S y. - : Charleston; S. C iLT Editors copying this Prospectus, or making suitable notice, shall receive a copy of the work without an exchange. Tuey will please send marked copies of their papers containing it o the "Gazette."' . 1 - - 4 ABD03I.IN AL SUPPORTERS. ' tTT' . T Lnvrr Jb fYl ": VeerM cnn'sIantlT ' on VV . hand a supply of A . I. IXDUSENBERNYJ jrateniea Anaonunaissuppcr.ers lornaic oldstand, for the nse aBd benefit "of 'which they will refer all who need them, to the Physi cians of Somrnemlle andcoautry.to wit : Doc- tors Higeasou, Kanrv, W. B- & A- B Washing ton ' W aiiams. FiT.cv. Macon. & JSfiller. all o 'this towin & Doris A X. Green, and J S Palmer of this r county : Also - Doctora.. Gabbert,.and4 Boot. of JXoiphia.' Ho ?ell and Turner, of Brownsyiffe, and other's ia New York city f a part 6f whom . 'here eiven theif r terUScates, ia which tbey state that their success in the use witnout a pa t Johnson & vXiu:Yi f pi 815 pi6"" 131 mm NEW VOLUME. FAMILY PAPER FOR ODD-FELLOWS. 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A -General Statistical Summary of the Or der as shown by the Reports of the G. L. of U. S. 2d. A Calendar. . -. ' " -- .r . -. ' "- 3d. The most complete Directory of the Lodg es and Encampments, showing the location and nights of meeting of every Lodge and Camp, so far as the utmost care aud the most liberal ex pense could obtain them. - ' . y - . , The price will be unifornily 12 cents per copy, by mail, postage paid, and twenty-live per cent, less Jto purchasers at the Office, or enclosed to be sent out ot the mail. Address - e -. - . -CRAMPTON & CLARKE, -l.y " - j ,. ' 44 Ann-st., New York. JOHN H. AKDKRSOX-. .BrCHABtt S. RTITH. : ANDERSON 6c STITH,: -Attorneys at Law, ' . '' . , , ,. . Holly Springs, Misst " Office In the Brick Row, on the West side of South. Centre Street, next door to Drs. Jame son fc Shuford's Office. .-. : ' Holly Springs; Mississippi, May 3 1851 6 tf. .pianos.;: JUST Received from the celebrated maniifac tory of Thomas Lold, Philadelphia, three oi these choice instruments. , ' No. 3298, a handsome Rosewood case, finished with round corners, upper and lower O Gee Fil let, (new style of case) O Gee octagon legs, 7 octaves fram c to c; of great power; clear and bril liant intone.- - - No. 3299, same scale and style of case; of rich, mellow tone,-vet great power. ' No.- 3305, Rosewood case, rounded 'corners, with plain octagon taper legs; 6J octaves; ot full, rich tone. - " ' - . , ' . -. The above instruments are all of a new scale, iron Frame, and patent grand action, finished witn all the modern improvements.. -;. . -As the reputation of these instruments is so well known, it is useless to speak of their supe riority. They will be sold at their lowest east ern prices and guarantied in. every respect.. '- - Martin's Guitars, direct from the Manufactory and Prince's Melodeons, of 4 to 4j and 5 octaves; Piano stools and covers of. all kinds " , - - All the New Music received as soon as pubLs'" ed. All for sale at : : - - . , i -.y.y , LOUD'S PIANO ROOM, y..:y over Johnson & Carey's store, south side of the JSquare.t , , - aug. 15, '51. 17-tf. V T OOK AT. THE CERTIFICATES IV . . -Li Mr. Lonsbury "s 'Supporter' presents itseli for the favorable consideration of the public. Having performed many successful cures with the assistance of this instrument, he has so much con fidene in the patent that he warrants it to cure the most aggravated cases of Prolapsus UterL Thi invention haying gained, through its supe riority ovej all other instruments for the cure of the aforementioned disease, the confidence of the Medical Faculty of both New York and Philadel phia, he here presents it with the certificates of two distinguished physicians, as a guarantee oi its excellence: ,' - VV "- - ; ':' Ma. Loxsbibt: . - - j' J . ' Dear Sic: After, giving your Ab dominal Supporter a fair trial, in several aggra vated cases of Prolapsus and Procidentia Uteri, I feel it a duty jncumbentuponrae, for the benefit of those interested, to make a' fair statement in reference to your Abdominal Supporter, I have used them , in my practice, and invariably with the greatest success; even in cases where others had entirely failed. I-am led, therefore, to state, that, in my opinion.it is far superior to any tiling of the kind as yet presented to the public. I find it better. adapted for the support of the abdomi nal viscera, and better calculated to be servicea ble in the distressing , complaints which I have above alluded to, than any I have seen. . Owing to the neat and mechanical adaptation . to the parts,-it appears to be perfectly easy, and can be worn without any inconvenience. - , - - : i.". y Respectfullr yours, . '" j: wvtuthill,m:d. ; V New-York; March 410th, 1851. . y y i Letter fromi Dr. Iliygasoni of Sommercille. tor the benefit of taose interested I teel it my duty to make a statement in reference to the pat ent Abdominal Supporter, invented by. Mr. A.' J-Lonsbury.- ;- i. " x-'''-' y -1 have prescribed the above apparatus iii many cases of . Prolapsus and Procidentia Uteri. V I have used hV extensively in my practice yer since its invention by Mr. Lonsbury (two years ) and al; ways with .decided benefits I jthink it, Tery far superior to any thing of the kind ever presented to the public Combining, as it does, every prin cipleof support of the Abdominal and Pelvi Vis cera calculated, to be practically useful ia the dis tressing, complaints alluded to aoeve. ; its neat mechanical adaptation- to the parts, alo renders its use entirely easy and comtortabie at all umes.--. -y:: i J. HIGGASONi M". D:y Sommeryille, Tenn, J oly 1 b, I co0. ' Sommirvillk, Tenn.-, Julyl6, 1850. 1 Teel it a djutyt.that 1 owe Mr4 Lonsbury, as jreHas those wIiq may be afflicted -with. Prolap sus Uteri or Hernea, to'state that I have used one of his abdominal Supporters on a negro woman, also a hernea truss on one of lny "negro men, with mucn 8uccess , -r, ''yayOHAii; V7. TC.UCZJO a COs---- DRUaiSTSf .. WEST S1DK OTTHfiPCBLICrSCAE; - PROSPECTUS- . " ';' - - rob. . THE GLOBE THE CONGRESSIONAL - :" ' ;' . NEWSPAPER . - . pHE approach of Congress calls for, the re- X newai of mr proposal and preparations to spread its debates liclore the public. The suc cess -which ha hitherto attended this underta king it is hoped will continue, and enable me to perpetuate the full historr of the proceedings and discussions of the bo!v on which the desti ny of the Republic deemls. The adoption of Congress has given the Globe an ofhcial character as the reporter of all that is said and done in the body. This sanction Las been voted at every suwess.ve e many years, and bv members of aJ p; for arties. The press, too, of all parties has borne testimony to the fidelity with which the duty thus confi ded has been performed.- .The annexed notices, taken at random imu the general expression in favor of the work, are submitted in proof of its fullness, fairness, and usefulness. 1 am com pelled U omit, for want of room, a page of noti ces which are in type. . - " - -yy r' - Theirreat celerity with which the letter wri ters for the distant press circulate through -the telegraph their hurried accounts atd views of the debates of Congress, renders , more - important ,tha ever the fu.'l and exact official reports of the Uonobessioxal ulobe. lhe hasty, and in many instances far parte, relations by uTogrnph of hat occurs iu.,:C-ongress superst-le, for the uiost part, the exact reports taken down by reiorters, and which formerly, in ashajn? more "or less abbrevi ated, went the rounds of the press. Now -the telegraph accounts, with all their impoifections and variety' of colorings, take the fun of the! country, and no press but tbe oificial of Congress f ever publishes the full debate with the procetd- iii trs of both Houses tinmulilated. .Jndeeil. no newspaper can give them, and have room for ad- j vertisements and the miscellaneous matter esen-, tial to their existence. lule, therefore, the: tek-giiiph administers to the eargir apitite of the public for Congress news, a nd meets the nec essities of the -, political press, by furnishing a patrotw, perfect information of vhat passes inj Congress is greatly diminished. The circula-j tent, cutoff by the crude and diversified accounts! which, trying along the " electric wires, satisfies curiosity", and it is almost n vain that truth puis; on his ooots to follow. Still there ere a great mauy men of liesure and thought , who like to see what is actually said aud done in Congress, and to judge for themselves, rather than to re ceive impressions altogether from galvanic batte ries. There areoihers, too, who, for the sake- of the future, willingly patronize a work 'w hich pre serves a lull record of the doings oft' Rb- . , moving and ' controlling lie. - pov l he undersigned lias made preparations rom meusuraie witli the increased importance of the duty he has undertaken as the only reportw and publisher of the complete debates and procee d ings of both Houses of Congress. The coming session will probably, be extended nine months and the reports will not be compromised in less than 3500 royal quarto pages of brevier and non pareil type making 4 volumes of near 900 pa ges each. The reports for the last long session niuue oc:;j ruyai jjiiaiio pages, anu were UOU11Q in four volumes, averaging U74 royal pages each. I will publish in the Ai-rnNnix "for the next ses sion all laws that may be passed during the ses sion, which has not ueen done heretofore. Al though this will increase in no small degree the expense of the publication, the subscription price will be the same that it ' has beeu lor je eral years past." ' The Daily Globe will be published during the session- on a superfine double roval sheet. It will contain the debates as taken Jwn by the re porters, and as altered bv the speaker, w hent- er they make any alterations; the current new s of the day. and miscellaneous matter. 1 he mam object for publishing the daily paper is. to ena-" Die Jiemoers to see ineir remarKS in ir, nuu aner them if they 'shall think proper before they are published in lhe Cosoiihssio.NAL Gloie; and Ai The Congressional Gloee is made up of the daily proceedings of the twollouses ol Congress, and printed on a doiible roval paper, with small type, brevier and nonpareil,in quarto form, each number containing sixteen royal quarto pages. The speeches of the Members, in this first lorm, are sometimes condensed the full report of the prepared speeches being reserved for the Appen dix. "All resolutions, motions, andother proceed ings,' are given in the form of the Journals, with the yeas and nays on every important question. ' - The Appendix is maoe up of the President 's Annual Message, the Reports of the principal Officers of the Government that accompany it and all Speeches of Members of Congress, wilt tvnout or revised by themselves.' It !' irintrd in tlie same form as the Congressional Glooe, and usually makes about the same number of page during a session. ' . ', ' ' ' . . .. ..... During the first month or six weeks of a ses sion, there is rarely more lnssiness done than will make two numbers a week one of, the congres sional Globe and one of the Appendix; but du ring the remainder of a session, there is 'usually sulricientmatterfor two or three numbers of each every week. The next session will 1 unusual ly iurcrc.-iiiiig; therefore, we calculate that the Congressional Globe and Appendix togetherwill make at least 3500 large quarto pages, printed in smaii type orevier ana nonpareil. , w e inrnibii complete Indexes to both" at the' end cf a ses sion." r ;,-. ".--- We. will eiidcarorto print a'sufficient nu7ber of surplQ3 copies to supply aa that may l mis carried, or lost in' the mails;" but subscribers Should be very particular to file their pajjers careful! v, for fear ihat we should not be able - to supplyall the lust numbers. . . '..'; jf subscribers shall not be satisfied with the woik.the money paid by theni for it will be re funded to them whenever they return the num bers which have been received' by them.-, I will give the subscription price for any. previous vol umes of the Congressional Globe or the Appendix aim w in tnaiiK any person who win let uietiave them. . ' ' -. " I have a few copies of the back volumes of the congressional Globe and Appendix for sale at $o a volume boundwhich it is probable will be dis posed of soon; and whenthey are. they will then no doubt, command at least $10 a volume.': as they cannot, be reprinted lor less .than that sum. There are 25 back volumes. ; - : . '. - '...'"r .- - V Terms. V - For one copy, of the Daily Globe during the session.;- . '..--; - ': - ..; - - :- $" (JO For one copy of the congressional Globe durinir the session. - , .r : 3 00 For one copv of the Appendix durir.gthe Session, yyj--.. y y'- ,y $3o Tlie money mav. be remitted bv.'niail at mv risk. . Pank notes current where a subscriber re- sides'will be received at par. 'Subscriptions should reach here by the 15th December, at fur thest, Ut insure all the numbers. ' - " " ; '-. The prices for these parx-rs are so low that I cannot afford to credit tlinn . out; therefore,- no person need order them unless the money accom panies the order. ?' J t - ' Washington City, Oct 21, 151 ; , no 22-3t HAT DEP OT . 0X THE SOUTH SIDE ' of the Public Square, where -CAN BE rOCSB. Hats and Cap of all Kinds,' to suit the dif- " -ferent seasons of Uie vear at 15 per cent. LOWER in Price, and 50 per cent. . BETTER Jn Quality, , - : OT THE LATEST KoBTBEES ASD BOUTHERIT Fashions, aj of which will be sold Low for Cash in" hand; Come one! Come all!! and examine my stockas I am determined to adhere to the motto, '"qaick sales and small profits. "' 0 All kinds of bid hats repaired and put in good order.'- -.. 22-tf. B. A. MYERS. " '' - - Great National Picture of : i yWHIXG,TO X',:y IrowSietcart't'mostccld Painting, " THIS large and magnificent Portrait of "vTash inerton. from the brain of an-American artist, is considered by all who have seen it," to be One of the most beautuul spccimensof art ever puonsnea, and a correct likeness of "Washington. The size of thepbtte is eighteen by twenty -eight inches which will make a handsomepicrure for. the par lor. and should be in the hands of every Ameri- r can citizen. ' '";.-" . ". c vlt i a copy trom Stewart's celebrated original Painjing, now at the State House. Hartford, Con necticut. : " : ' " -- ' "' ' ' - " .;-." 'Itia finely enap-aved, "andprinted on superior piaie paner. i nax it may oe in me reaca oi au, the publisher has reduced the price to One Dol lar! :. a yy : '-.-...- ,-i:.;iV: "-y-- Aft persons remitting the amount rely upon re ceiving a pcriect copy by . return mail to" any part oi'the 0niled States, earefullt done, up on rollers made for the purpose, free of postage. -. V y JOHN S. TAYLOR, BookseDe '-.y'yj:s " . and Publisher NewiYork v- tli Papers publishing he aboro dyertiseroent three times, sending a copjf of the paper marked to me. shall receive, free of nostace. By return tmaaacopff.thefp!atet f - i - j v ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES tit1 MAILS. Holly Springs Po-it Office. Memvhis Four Horse CVaches; Arrives iSaily Except Sunday, at 10 A. M. Close ' " daily txet-pt slttnrdays,7 P.M., Eastkrs. Four Horse coar lies: ArrivcsDailv, rx - - : cept Monday at P. M. closes Daily v , " eict-pt Saturday at 8 1. M. Pontotoc Four Horee coaches; Arrives W. Ji:-h . . daypj Fridavs and Sundays at 5 V. M clofes Mondays, Weduesdavuhind Frt : . days at P.M. " - ,: SotTHERV-Ftiur Horse coacl.es: Arrives Wrdwr -days, Fridays and Sundaysat 1J A. M. closes Mondays, Wednesdays aud Fn ; t., days at 7 P. M. - ; , - . Lagraxge :T wo Horse 1 lack ; A rri yes Wl nc d a vs. , . . Fridays and Sundays, at 6 P. M. s . . - Sundays, Wediicsdavs and Fridavs at . . trp. m. -.,' - - - r - Paxola. Horse Mail; Arrives Wednesdays a4 Satnrdars, at C P. M. closvs jt'utidars aud Thursdays at t) P. m - - Hekxam-o. Horse siail: Arrives Tuesdays and Frt - . daysat5P.x. closes Sunday and Weu " , ' - i.esday at 8 P.m. ' , ' ' BvHALiA.-Horse Mail: Arrives nondavs and TLur - daj s at 1 1 A. u. cloacs at 1 P. . s;iino . ' days. - . Sxow ctEEK. Horse Mail. Arrives Fridays -t l'J -. A. it. closes at 12 a!ne day. " ; j roRxutsviLLi:. Horse iiaij; Arrives t very Friday at j 6 P. M. closes at 7 A. sr. nest dav SiUurd:iv. ' - , W. K. WILLIAMS, P. M. Holly Springs, Scr-t, 1'2, If 31 21. - PROSPECTUS . ' OF TIIK ' " -- - MISSISSIPPI PALLADIUM. , This paper was established at Holly Springs, Marshall county, JMissWif ;;, and the first number issued Oil Hie 2oUl day of April, 1831 . It is a larre sl eet, printed on anew Press, with new T'rc and Material and contains more read ing matter than any "other newspaper in North Mississippi. . "' Its pages shall be devoted: to the advocacy of good government in Na tional and State Administrations, to maintainintr the Interests ofthe South: the Rights and Eqnalityof tl.e States,' and "the perpetuity ol the Union;-to tiie dissemination of tiselul knowledge, and thedillhsion of general intciligtuce. And as far as energy, industryfi?and a desire to merit pubiic approbation axn avail, it shall embrace allsubjects which can properly come within the pervicw of a w eekly newspaper. , "Should tlie Issues which have distin guished the Democratic and Whig utr tics, be revived and discussed, the Pal ladium w ill advocate Democratic 3k in ures and principles. - V v '. It .will oppose all Movements ant1. Organizations .whose extreme submi--siveness t)icoura?e$ a spirit of aggre. sion tending to subvert the Institut'on. of the South: and shall inflexibly SUPPORT STATKS ItltillTS MK.VSl Ui,roX SISTKNT W ITI I TIIK HoAOK, S AI'iri'Y AM Wufaiie ok tiie State. -This course is pursued, not only if. accordance with long cheiishtd princi ples, but because it is deemed 'most. con ducive to the maintenance of our right conjointly with 'the preservation .oi our Republican Confederacy. ".-".The Palladic.m is jiublislied weekly at $3 00 per annum, in advance; $3 5 J if not paid within six months, and I OO ifnot paid till the end of "the ' sub scription .-year.-" V .,'...; . -j It is . confidently hoped that the, friends of the tuidcrsigned, and all a l : desire the success of the Palladiurr will aid in procuring subscribers, anu forwarding thtiraiames with the amour; t subscribed. " . " ' ' -"- 'Postmaslers are authorized by. law to remit subscribers free of postage. . ' "Leters ron business with the Oilic; may be adJiessed (post paid) to the IV. itor or Publisher, - '" ". " . " . IlEXU V STITII, Eihtoh. Tho. A.. FALcoNan, Publisher. -Holly' Sj-rings, Miss, June (ith, 1S.")I;. ggi3iIDllf &j?3. (J;fr CTWetakethelilierty now at the op.-niTp t f "T ". T HE NEW OFFICE to inform our friends'and I he public, that we:.tv ' well prepared to do - ' . " Job Piinting with .Neatness aud OispitlcU. Our materials are aix sew and comprise a f rrit t yariety of beautiful Type, Ornament, and L'-ils: We have purchased an excellent assortment of blank cards, and of suitable paper for Circular-, Bill Blanks and other kinds of Job work. Coino and. try us. ; . - , . - , . - ' : --.y PROSPECTUS ' -."-."..-"..."- W .THE . " . " ' . IN 2ilaylc."0, a nuniber of Planters living i;i. trtHjria and Alabama, met in (ul'ituhu, Ga , and formed themselves iuto an Arimiturnl -ciety.1" The advantages of such an asfoeiati i"h were at once apparent, and wish the. view t. re tribute as much as jossiUe to agricultural j:n , provement.it was detennined, at. a meeting i fthc Society-in January, 1?T1, to establish an Ar--rieulturalJonrral As the result of that activu. f y "The Noil of the South" made it appearance in the monlh.ot March last. It was hailed .with universal approbaiion aui from that day to this, it has steadily and raphi! increased in circulation 'and public-faror, At the recent great Fair in Macon, Ga. it was by a -unanimous vote of the members recoruiiieiidcii j the patronage of Houthoni Ap iculturists, and -lected to be the Orcan vf Hue Soutiirrn central' A?- ricultural Association. .. . - . "- .4 - It will hereafter be pubiishel under the nnsi;: ce of that asooiatioii. and will be the m-diu..-i . of communicating officially, ali intelligence ier taining to its interests and objects. p.y a resolji tion of the Executive committee, the publisher t autliorized to send a copy of the pajK?r gratuit -ously to all Agricultural Societies jr the S.ui;i-, that will scud their address to the office of publi cation. ;- ' . '.-' --v,'-'-" . '- - The columns of The Soil of the, South wilt." as heretofore, be devoted to the -discussion of a!. subjects pertaining to the interests "of Agricul ture and Horticulture, Domestic and linral fecofi- " omy. ; It is intended to make the paper assent;- ally practical, and at the ame time emineutlr progressive, in its character, cmbodving as far possible all that is valuable, as well in the prac tice as the science of Agriculture.'' In itsinstntc-. tions, it will be the constant aim of those h'l . write for its columns, to adapt themselves to tt peculiar climate t soils and crops of the South. IA fchort, no effort and no reasonable expense wi.l. be pjared to make The. I ; of the South a wor thy and instructive Journal -of 'Southern Agrirul. ture. . , : '. - ... r:ii'''-l;-''-- - . . -' Terms. ; - ? l.Tie Sai ofthe South is published monthly, each number coutaining- sixU-en, large, and hani- . . some printed pages, ami ; is furnished to subseri- . bers promptly and regularly a the low - price trf . s y O" One Dollar Per .Insstni' - " - . " -i " 5 -copies will be sent 12 months fur $4.". " k. The mney,- must in all cases accompany the, name, or the paper will not be sent. f : j' O All -communications " ma si rie addresst i ' (post paid) 'to the ; Publisher of the Soil of the" South, columbus, Ga, t -V 4 " Agrteultiml Editor-. ' CiiABLta A. Peabody, . 4 : ? " ' " " "- r : 1 1lorticUwrl Editor: fy Wiluaji H Chambers, ' Jaouary fl, 1652. -r --ii'..V JffcaSifa ... " , R T5'ood Piaiio Etoola. .:' 3UST Receiyed aauperb article of O Cfsl estal Piano Stools of theeest Prf-it L i These Stooli' are madn cnui aft- improved rtlAor preventing the unpleauiooee, i-eSr4 " J? ' Go wLich ii eC th old rV-i- f ' 1 ff-'i lat, '-- , XCpD-a llAlU UJ.!4 attended Hlly.Sir-;rgs sept l-U2 Dec 5tK lai-33-tf. - - - .' " . w.. VJ, a J J ( A.. J fill I ,TVU. V V -V - - W ; . . . s-'.- ' ' ' - - - - " . ' '