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rum pel* us to defer the publication ul tiie proceedings of the linscns of our town in regard to the late lie-hard 11 Toler. ■#- During the present neck, the Super! ir Court fir Appomattox roomy has lieen in session. We learn that a young man,u .moil \\ ilhanit hasUen condemned to the I’sniletitiary fur three tears lie »as charged with hav ing shot a person, under what circumstances we art- not informed. (try- Dr reference to a communication fr.-m John It Tj rcc.it will he perceived, that Tobacco, of a curtain de- j scripUuii at loast, lias Ih-cii commanding excellent prices, W e notice a wale at $32 |»or hundred. ~ —. w'V e give up our editorial space to day to mske room fir *u interesting c . ntnunicaii »n on the Kail ll>*d tub ject. It ©initiate*from an aceompluhed jten. The wri ter it amply «|u »litVnl to investigate thoroughly his suh j jecl. We must respectfully ask t*»r this out^muiircntion a careful -perusal. I T I VI » . POI’K I’ll S IX. A l**ttfr m the Boston Advertiser, dated Rome, March ! ‘20th, thus descrilies the persm and manners of the pres cut Pope : Two days ago. I had the honor of a private present* lion to his holiness. The dignity and simplicity of his manners are v*-r\ striking. The gentleman w Im obtain- j ed the an liHuei* for mo, an I who went to introduce me j isariablnt. II.s holiness was standing by his table, dressed m plain while rubes, and with a little white cap covering the crown of hs head. My fnend prerisiml me a little in entering the room, and when I halted with in the door, and not far from it, to make my h »\v, the at>- , bolt was down upon Ins fjce.lrying to kiss the Pope’s i fool, which, when he is standing,is no easy performance. I believe I fallerel a little at sight of tins perfect pros | tration, when lus holmes* addressed me briskly in French, saying—** Come in, come in, my son,” at the ! same moment extending Ins right hand to me with an inviting gesture, and evidently endeavoring to indm-e my ghostly friend to make short work of diving at his foot. I confess to kissing the Pope's ring, be tori! I parted with his hand. II** immediately began to speak "f the l nitsd States said he was very hankful tor •the kind notice of him which the people id' our country had taken said the Government had s*»nt bi n some valuable hooks —that lie was always happy to sen my countryman — that he thought the hbertv and happiness of the people was* cured in tin; IJ. S. 8cc 8cc. His Hoi incus is evidently quite familiar w ith our pol iticnl history, and has a lofty appreciation of the character of Washington. He man Rested acquaintance with the great names of the past and the present, and among the latter, spoke of Mr Web ster, Mr Clay, and Mr Calhoun. |u size, figure,and a certain brisk carriage of his per son, Pius IX reminded me of (’haneellor Kent,of tw’en t v years ago. 'l'lie expression of his countenance is that of Milne'* and anxiety, and this I thought, was especial ly manifested when allusion was made to the reception j of his new constituti n ; and he replied: “It is very J difficult to provide lor the wishes of all—in a case aucom plex as that committed u» mv ehsrgv. J have most at hear1,the spiritual interest of the people, and what has now been done, I h »pe nnv promote that ns well as their temporal happiness.” Soon after this, we took our leave. 1 lis holiness gave me his hand a gain, and obeying in >re the impulse of the moment than the etiquette of the Court. I gavv it a rather smart re publican shake, whereat, I thought the holy father took no offence. Coudng out into the d»* wing rooms, I found I a party «*( Knglisb and German* wailing to he presented in a body, and as I had been called in first, and remain ed some time I fanc.ed John Hull looked a little Hour at Brother Jonatli in as be made bis way into and out of their I preset c", Pius l\ lives in the must frugal way, and be *owa all hi* income no the p or. 1 cannot help fueling great respect fir him, and believe him to be a btticere and devout man of («oil. -“.Vo/07/ makrs tho .Mare CmoV There is a sin gohrl.iw suit pending m N’shob*. Miss., for the own ership of a mare. It appears that two persons lost a mare each about the sain" time. Some time afterwards one mare was found, which Ixith parties claimed, being wi'png to sustain each of their claim* by their oaths. In *• (yt »«»to this, each party can bring forward thirty wit nested to prove their respective ownership*. Cost* to tlie^mount ol ,$l have already accrued, so that this <vis* r worses tlie old saying, at the head of Ins article, f'fr the mare makes the money go. -Front — At Pittshugh, Pa , on the morning of the lull inst , the boards and fence rails were covered with w hite frost. -From Yucatan*—An arrival at New York, from Baliz •, Honduras. April ‘28, brings intelligence that tha whole of Yucatan is now in possession of the In dians. 'The inking of Bnealor by the n has filled Balize with refugees, nail, indeed, fears are entertained that they *iU attack B.tlizc, in fulfilment of their threats. In the attack on Bucalor only fivo of the inhabitants were killed, but at Valladolid every mala inhabitant wa* put to the •word. A public meeting assembled on thn 27th of April, at the call of the British Superintendent, and fifteen thou sand dollars were voted for the defence of the place. The militia will he called out, the old fort at the harbor re paired, and a cordon of poet* established fi»r the better Bttcuriiv *’fthe town. If the Indians should venture an at tack, they will cartainiy meet with a warm reception.— I hey arc represented as being in force to the number of twelve thousand strong. I lie transmission of mail* through the interior of Cen tral America was exceedingly difficult, in consequence of the unsettled state ot the country Baltimore American. -Or ran Steamers - -The Cunard steamer Caledo nia, which was to leave Liverpool for Boston on the 6th instant, is out tvv » weeks to day, and may be h jurly look ed for. I he 1 S steamer Hermann was also to leave South amptinn for New York on the same day, and w ill pro baoly come in simultaneously with the Caledon ia. —— Shocking Death.—The American Signal give* the following particular* of a shocking accident and death «’! a young lady residing in Shirley, [Mass..] on Wed nesdny. .Miss \\ illiams,an accomplished yotinggirl, 16 year* old, daughter of Mr. Wm. Williams, wa* out in the garden wirii her brother William. Her brother look I up and saw a hawk (lying over. He immediately d to his sister t » get Ins gun in the house.— She ran > omrnt and found the gun i.i the entry way, taking l> blot it carelessly, the lock catch caught in a client, causing the gun (which was loaded with a heavy charge ot slot and pow der)to go off. the entire charge passing through her head, entering near the eye, and killing her instantly. -Twice a* much money is spent in Great Britain **r alcoholic drink*, as for bread. -halting ami .’ycwttpapcri —W c never could see , tW> virtue of the boast which is «<• often made by papers- j nnd magazines that so large a portion of their pages iso-1 figinnl. Such «*ri«ji na I it y is too often obtained at the ex pense of \v »rth. rite best exchanges of our acquaint ance are hv no means those w hich have the greatest a- i mount of “original” matter. There is more editorial tact j and talent required to make proper ami practical seine- j lions than is pul in rupiisition by the production of vaun- ! img original writers, who seem to regard originality a* the only requisites fir a good periodical. A good news piper is always dependant upon other resources than its "'vn, and the boast of a periodical that it is entirely orig mal in too often like the toast of a library it it should claim to have been the production of only one author.— Lynn tYcie*. —-■ 'I'hr (^urni rf England.—In the midst of the contusion of formidable news bursting from all sides, is it Hot amusing to rend under the bead of Gkkat I!hitun — “Her Majesty, the Quccii, is happily drlivrred of a daughter.n If forms a strange contrast with all these bewildering r ports. Nothing is changed in Kngland. I lo re is on iy one Princess mure. The traditions of the ( rown continue with admirable, regularity. Not tlie least ^rou ble in the constitutions of the F.uglisli royalties. I be Queen dm s not reform a single article of lo r conjugal programme, Thegorernl conflagration, the uaiversa Wreck, do not work the slightest variation in the regular course of tin* periodic production. Across the revolt] lionary bulletin*, which part from all corn* rs of the po •Meal horizon, one will tlw.tys sec. at a fund dale, and tig irons ter n, the aim mneenamt : “ IV Quern is hap I July delivered,” &c. - Pocket Picking —A lady. Die wife of a clergy man, wai robbed yesterday in the train of cars of the hT t» ru mi line fro® Baltimore, nfa purse containing about sixty dollars in g.dii and u lies ot II inks in Virginia — ( Tiic purse was taken Iw-twcen the bridge at Gray’s Per ry an I tH** Rxilr .ad dep»t in M trket street. It is also ; said that tht* picket book of a gentle-nan, a passenger in the same tram, was stolen between Baltimore and tins city. Phil. North Am. ——- Arte C arriage —The Worcester Telegraph given* the following description of a two wheeled carri j i age, called the "Wmatrwe." recently invented and pat I ented hy Isaac Woodaockoi th.it city t i “The ml vantages winch it poss.et.ses over a conimnn , built carnage, consist* in the Compact com hi nation of a , chaise or hi ggy body, within axle, pair ot shafts, and | half-eliptic springs, so arranged that tin entire weight of « the Indy and its load is suspended to the axle, neither I testing upon or fatiguing the horse, and so also that the' | motion <d’the body of the vehicle is kept perfectly still, j ^ however rough or uneven the road may be. It is also ! | constructed so as to pass the w eight ntidvr the axis, in , stead of over, ns m the old way. iis balance on level I ( ground Imars upon the horse in ascending, and relieves ' ( him of the weiulit in descending a lull.'’ ' , - Illness oj the lire llohcrt hmoty.— \* e learn j ( with dt»ep regret lliHt tin* Hev. Robert Km ory. President , ( •f Dickinson 17ollege, is lying hopeh-s-dy ill at ilte re»i f Jence of a relation in Kvcter street, in th.s city. He r^ ^ j •ently made a tour to the West Indies for the benefit of. Ins Health. but after remaining there several months, and I finding that lie recruited little, if any, lie started on his • return home. On reaching Petersburg, V i . he appear »d greatly prostrated,hut being met there by his friend, Dr Dtilin, of Baltimore, he reached here, in his charge, m Thursday last, since which he has continued to latl. ► rod yesterday. we regret to state, he was considered to n *1 in a dying condition. President Kuiory has always » odd a high position among the denomination to wlii<*h he j s attached, and the intelligence of his dangerous illness | ivill be received with profound regret—( Upper. f i fjtngnUy in Kentucky - A gciitlsmon of Urecn conn f y, in that Slate, has sent to the Louisville Journal for t luhlication the F4Bt witty lut of old pcralins living in ( his county:— _ * Stephen Higgs 93 'Thomas Parsons 100 ( \Y 'Thayer 92 t James \\ arner 97 I Mr* 'Thurman 101 f Mrs Ktnhry 94 John Mann 90 , .Timos 'Turner 92 , Peter Cespain 90 , There united ages are eight hundred arid fifty sii year* t ind the average is a lit lie more than ninety five years. | Hires persons have recently died in the county whose r ig^s were as f Ilows; . Mrs. Speaker 131 John Miles 93 Mrs. 192 | The Supensiou Bridg tit Niagara This Bridge, says I dir /ria.will have a spin of H*>0 feet, he 230 feet high from the water, and b» l2fl feet wide atTirdtug two car riage tracks, two sidewalks, ami a track for the rail road. < At each will he two solid stone tower* for supporting the 1 rabies, 08 feet in height and 14 fe«*t square at the base The bridge will lie suspended on sixteen cables, each of j 500 No. 10 wires, firmly secured in deep pits drilled in l> the solid rock. When completod it is to lie capable if sustaining a weight of 200 tons in the centre 'The raleulaled p »\ver of tension of the wires is 0.500 tons The cost of the whole work is not to extend $190,000 1 1 Mr. Burin*** thinks it will come within $145,000 The Iris also states that the contract with the Railroad Koinpanv will pay the proprietor-1 of the hridgfi percent 1 upon their investments, so that the stick can hardly fail i to be profitable. -Shower of dirt in tAmisvillc. Yesterday morn i ing every body in Louisville thought it was snowing . j , The wh de atmosphere of the city seemed densely fill j ed wi»h snow flakes. 'These turned out to he gnats or ; files, little black-hnlied insects with white wings, which Soon settled by millions,billions, trillions, quadrillion* and quintilltons, upon all the houses and upon the whole ‘ surface of the gr>nnd. A portiun of our citizens seemed J considerably alarmed—some thought if an omen of the | cholera. and others seemed to regard it as a portent ef the triumph of Locofocoiam in Novmber—Louisville ( Journal. 11/A inst. - — appointment by the President, By and with I the advice and consent of the Senate i Kdward MeGrady to ho attorney of the United Stales I for the district of South Carolina, re appointed. i - '/7ie ,‘hnerican Boule to Canton.—If our Con i gress arts upon Mr. King’s hill to establish a steamship communication with Chins, in connexion with the lino to Columbia river. Canton will be brought within rle ven thousand miles of the principal seaports of ihe Uni ted States, and, with a modarate estimate fir time, the traveller from Canton to London will find it m<4tt ad- i vantageoiis to take the American rather than the Bri tish lines. The distance travelled in going round either of the capes is from eighteen to twenty thousand miles. 'The facilities for obtaining coal on the Pacific side, for the uio of the steamships, are represented as even grea ter than on the Atlantic, there being an abundance of it in many places. This project is so feasible that there scarcely exists a doubt that it will he soon undertaken. What a value the trade of China would soon impart to our newly-acquired territories on the Paeific, and what an impulse would he given generally to American coni merce!—Phdad. Ledger. -We notice tlm introduction of a commendable feature in the Criminal Court, St. Louis, in tlm case of T. W. Baldwin, charged w ith the murder of his brother. It appears that in this case the common pica of insanity had been entered—a pica which so greatly in Alienees verdict* in crimmiunl rases, that it is now al most impossible to convict any one of murder who has ever been guilty of a single act of folly. In this case, however, the question of insanity was separated from the main charge,and after due investigation lie was pronoun ! red sane. 'The trial of i veritable sane man will thus [follow, and the law probably secure its victim. — Horrible.—The whaling ship James Maury, at ! New Bedford from Honolulu, Dec. 25th, brings an ac ! cMint that the w hale ship Frances Henrietta, Capt. i Poole, of Honolulu, fell in with, at sea, last May, lat. 42 ! N\. Ion. 150 K , a Japanese junk, of 200 tons.dismasted. * rudder gone, and other wise injured in a typhoon seven j months previous 'The original number of the crew was | seventeen, hut when Capt. Poole discovered thsin they were reduced to four, by having eaten each other, and j in a starving condili >n -Them tv<fro n France has imparted tinkers 1 satis-' faction. 'The discernment, wisd in.atid moderation mam- j tested by the people of Paris in setting aside the would-! ! !>e anarchists, the ultra democrats, who professed impos sihillti*»s, and were prodigal of promises of what they would do for the “dear people,” tri equalizing wages, s* ; curing constant employmeiu to latw>r, and abolishing all in* qualities of condition and fortune—the Louis Blancs. Flor ins, and Ledrti Rollins—have been the theme of ireneml talk and admiration. 'The rebuke to these agi Inters is by the people w hom they sought to delude, amt w hose ow n sagicitv and observance had taught them that the masses and all classes thrive lies', are most hap pv.tnosl prosperous, and best eared for when industry, secured by law and encouraged by order, is free to de velop all its energies and resources without dread of rev. olutionary tumults or ministerial cnuj/a tl' rial. What Paris has done so well will not lie impaired hv the votps of the departments, win so population will not be less conservative than that of Paris. The danger signalized hy an occasional correspondent fr..m Paris, which now menaces France, is that the Con slitnent Assembly may arrogate to itself the government of the country. This could not lend In good. A stogie laxly compil'd of nine hundred member* never could constitute a safe, practical, and reasonable Government, hot we have laiih that what lias jetit so well liegon will nut Im spoiled in the progress ot the work- We will not i willingly believe that, w ith the rxample hptore them ol j the modera’iun and wisdom in the exercise of new and , utiw .nted pnvers hv the neople at large, those w hom they have constituted their representatives for a special pnr I pose, that of framing * c institution, will be so unfaithful their mission as to usurp authority lor themselves. r.V. K. Couriir awl Enquirer. _ Hiplrnphohia. The following is said to he a preventive of hydrophobia, discovered by a French phy sician, M. ( Takn tw<i tablp-spoontifol of French cliloridenf lime, i in powder—mix it with half a pint of water, and With [ this wash keep the wound o-mslantlv batlicd. and fre fj11»-oily M riM-d, TitR c.lilnrit.f i;a pu-JCSTJ tin* poWf*» uf J,ci'inp • ,11^ tins tjctneiiJ"US poison, and reudr fb m:! ] and harmless that venom against wh *se to« sties* attack the artillery of medical science has been so long thro* ted in vain. It is necessary to add, that tine wash should he apple <1 as mum as pmsihlc after the infliction of the bite. The follow ing arc tin* results of treatment. From 1810 to 1824, the number ut |**rsons admitted into lire* Uu hospital, 174; of whom only two died. From 178*1 to 18.31. into the Imsp'ta! at Zurich, 223 persons, hmen hy dill, rent animals, (182 hy dogs) ol whom only four died. THK PKA< F. (JFF.STION The Washington I *ni«n,—tefertingV* a new spip« r par tgrap hwhioh stated that Mr. Sevier liad written that he had no hopes of a ratification of the peace treat) wait Mcx ico,— wiys : — We undestand that no official letters have been re. cent IV received from our cominlbaionrrs, and we run hear ol no private letter that ha* been received fruut L'ol. SfVlef. The last acr ainta from Mexico are more favorable for I peace. Th® proclamation of Kosa, who anneals to Con pre*s to assemble to save the "nationality” of Mexico J from the consequences of a continued wnr, and tin* ad dress ot Sauchex, a distinguished priest, to persuade tin* l Imreh to raise the necessary funds to pay the cxpeus<v »l the members of (hmgrosa on their way to i^ueretaro; j and the scheme i»t Fenny IVna to lop o|f the represent:! lives of California, New Mexico, ik.e_, and thus reduce, llie rjuorum of Congress which may he necessary lo rati lv tin* treaty, are so many evidences of the anxiety ol tin* President uud llie Church fir peace. ID THK COMMI^SIONF.HS OF THK I.YNCfi Bl’KU AND TKNNKS.sF.F. UAll.UOAl). I latsly submitted to your consideration some t»r*p* *al§ made hy a coin pan v of contractors »\t tlm North,1 with a view to excite public attention ami to elicit some *xpressi •(! of opinion on the pint of tin* fnemls of tin j jtro posed improvement. Siiicu this Communication ap teared in the Virginian, l have received another letter I ’rout the same eompatiy, which was r**a«l in the public Meeting of the citizens of l.vnchhu'g, on Monday list, \ud which, for that reason, t do not consider it important Lo publish at length. The views it contains, me. h >w aver, of much importance, as they dearly show the in j a real felt, and ill® confidence reposed in the Rticcrso i nf the w *rk by men of capital and experience at a di* ' Lance I miy, in another c unmnnicatiun, lay this let | Ler before von and the pn die with v »me coin men is At present iny object i» confined to an tlher prop m il, whi. li . iieema to l*e emitted to consideration. I have to dav received from the acting partner of iinoth ' ar company of contractors formed at the North, an ah i i'tact containing the principal heada of a proposal which thev desire to submit to the hoard of Directors as soon j is the i'ompany shall Is* orgams*’d. Tkes« contractors, , I am informed, are prepared lo oiler the moat iinqucstum aide testimonials al lo character and responsibility, l'he proposals are briefly as tollowa: 1st. 'The contnctnis rife willing to undertake the whole line of improvement from tin*, in the Tennessee line, at the lowest cash price, to be ascertained hy a com patent F.ngincer wli » shall survey anil I irate tho route 2nd.—They are willing to subscribe to the stock of the company to the amount of one third ..f tlm whole costs of construction &.C., upon the f dl i .vi ig conditio n, I lo wit; 1st. l’he company to raise by subscriptions or other wise, the balance <>f the stock, say tint thirds, and toap* ' ply one half of the amount to the purchase of slaves, hy wlmae labor they propose lo do tin* work. This invest ment to he made in instalments in one and two year* 2nd. These operatives to remain llo* properly oftha company unul the work shall Is* completed, subject to the fd’owing conditions, to wit : 3rd. In the settlement between the company and the contractors, w hi' h shall tin made at stated periods one, two or three months—the amount of work actually coni plot®*!, sIihII he ascertained by the F.ngmeer of the form • r. and shall b*» j aid as follows: — One third in the stock of the company subscribed by the contractors ; one thud in the slaves purchased, at cost, and one third in in ui»*y 4th. This mode of payment to he nontinuud until the whole work shall ho completed to tlm Tennessee hue — the contractors to run all the risk of sickn -a* ami death amongst the slaves, to hoar nil the <iponsesof their sup port, Ike., and all depreciation m their value. So that the company, when the work is completed, shall receive full compensation for the outlay. I hnse are the principal iioaus embrace ! in me nimtract referred to. I submit them for public cotiaideration, hav ing lung ontertHined the opinion that the elmaposl atul best mode of carrying on works of internal improvement in the slave .holding States, was by means of slave labor. In this particular case there are some special consider ationa which I trust I may be permitted to advert to with eit being considered preaiitnp'Uotie. If the State bail made the subscription of ihrtefxjVxs as usual in similar cases, there would have been n« necst sitv to look to other means or resources. It lias, how ever, refused to do this: and while 1 by no inecne expect that the Legislature will continue to pass by a work of Such vast importance to the Slate, it may be as well t<> anticipate the worst, and to cast about for other and less problematical support. Suppose the work to cost $2,400.000—one third of this, ssy $800,000 would be at once subscribed by the Contractors; and there would remain but $ 1,000,(K)0 to be raised by the Company, running throogli a period, say of Lor years, or $400,IKK) per annum. If the State will ho! subscribe, will it not, at least, guaranty the bonds of the Company for this amount 7 I cannot doubt the fact, unless the Legislature is determined that the resources of the Slate shall never hn developed, and that no improvements shall ever be made far that purpose.— This is an inference which common patriotism and com m in sense repudiate at once. The Legislature will uu duubtedly lend this incidental aid, even without the hy pothecation of the stock,though that might safely be made to ensure its co operation. Again Vir/inii has slaves if she has not capital.— | One third of the whole am unit of stork, by the above 1 proposals, will be paid in slaves, the contractors taking ! them nt prime cost. Now, hundreds of men who will I not take sinck from want of money, would readily sub 1 scrilie could they meet their subscriptions by slaves at a j reasonable value. Many.it is presumed, would bo glad of surlifQM opportunity of converting their slaves into slock; and the probability is that the whole amount pro posed to be invested in slaves, would be thus raised by I lie stockholders themselves, without the necessity of borrowing money to purchase them. It would be the most agreeable and the most profitable mode of getting rid of die surplus of our slave labor. Further,—and yet more important to the interests of the Company, when the work shall have been coiupletod to the Tennessee line, tin* wh do numVr of tin slaves employed will beeoino the property of the contractors, ih* y having paid their full cost to thn C unpany in labor 8tc. Tin* contractors will then hold $ *>X),fX)0 worth "f stock, and have in possession $SLK)/X)0 worth of active and etiisrienced operatives Th» ir Interests as Stock holders, and their ulterior object as contractors look to the completion of the road to Memphis on the Mississippi. To this they have a double inolive, tn one of which all ; Stockholders are equally interested. To carry the work on immediately to Memphis is. indeed, the prime object of the contractors. They will become possessed of the main operative machinery to effect tins end ; and will lie driven forward by a double influence to do it as cheaply and as speedily as possible. N\ ithout ibis ulterior pur pose they would not, I am informed, undertake the work it nil. I hey are tar stgliieil inen, amt iney porcue. what every inan nut utterly bliml must see, that this thoronghfire when e impleted to Memphis, most open sources nf wealth which, in results, woitlil defy citleola ti n. It would change the whole Bourse of trade and Irasel—constiioling the great central line be'v pen the valley of iltt Mississippi and the Ailanttn rttirs. The Cotton nf Alabama, Arkansas and Missis-lppt—the Su oars of Louisiana — the Reef, Pork and Flour of Missnti n, Illinois, Indiana and Ohio, Would no longer pass through die Lakes or the Golf of Mexico to find a For emn Market. This would furnish a cheaper, safer and more expeditious route—while as to travel, tlm diflienl lies of the Ohio, ami the dangers of the Lakes and the 1 Atlantic, would he entirely avoided. | Or all these facts, the contractors, I presume, nr» even I hotter informed Ilian weourselves are. They kn ,w toe Ihe vast mineral and agricultural wealth of that region of country through which the Road will pass — greaicr hv far than any other of the same extent tn the I mm. - Hence, 1 suppose, the several feature* contained in thr proposals of ilits Company t.f contractors. They with, while carrying the road to the Tennessee line. Input Ihemselres in Ihe rnnililinn In ttestn its enmnletinn U Memphis. I laving so much of onprofitaMe slave labor, t'irKinian*ought, lung ago.-t have given this direction tc a pari ion of their property. Rut we are deficient in ent.,r priT.'t and seem, indeed . averse tn the spirit ol prognws. - We are drac'dug on with C trials and Tiimpik-s, ton! 'all maoidamiv), because, I s.ippn• it fathers did s . boforc ik \\ -• lia.l a* «»11 be engigcd in making buck s*cin br«**H*b» a for tlm same reason. 1 plant* tin* terms of tins propu**! b*f *ra you and tbe public w iili the h »po tbit tltev may el will opinions from others tar more competent than myseltto paaa upon their merits They aeem tn me worthy of grave consid eration. The tlm*r hsifur# meets mV hearty concurrence -not only because I am convinced the lab uis cheaper, but because we b ivc a large surplus " hioh cannot he 1**1 tcrdisp.wsl of. We area verm tostdling .especially to'l'ra tiers; ;ind thus keep the n to our own veXiilui and unp*»v eriahinent It a 10 HI nr I2H) were furnished hy Sun k hoi Iru.iMateait if/ a monty tuhncnhlion,thay would not on I? secure die completion ot this great w rk.antl thus pro duce a pernianeiu pr lltable stock l • limit owners, but al the Same time,enrich the w hob* state instead of cumbering mi.I impoverishing it> ami Indus event the whole of die monty capital noceesary t" he rata* d by tlte ('oiopany. in ord.sr tocompleto tile mini tv.niM n *t, perhaps, exceed |<t»d,0tHh Surely lli a c..uld I hi i nisei widioUl ditlicul t>. \ HAIL HOAD ADVOCATE. .vo’ jsT.ynn /.v vuk hl.w 1» 452 PEK HCNDHEl) KOll TOBACCO, It y John //. 7* y ** f a , co-nMissios Ml.MeiivNr. I s.lil mic extra flue liltd. of T.ihacct to Daniel I Waiwick.Esq . Manufacturer,at 4 *2 per hundred, for lit* Kentucky S* t inciim-ili customers also, one extra line to I A II Anniatead, Mamificturer. lot 473,50; U>tb made 1»V \N ashing loti Hunter, Esq ; al in, one at 4lO,77>, made by the same; one line hhd. niadi* bv I'*- II Wood, of ( .imphcll, at $1 I, one Idol, made by Thom is t aid w ell, at $7,5<I , una lilnl made by \d nn ( lenient, .1 r . at 47. 50. two Hindu by //icbatlali Brooks, at 4R,80and D, mu* tor Jno Henry, Esq., at 4*V^B; one tor Joseph S ||eu | dnek, nt t‘',7d; two for Edward Bradslia w, al f’,70 and 7/.Ht; one tor M B. 1 awthorn, at JftWl, two b*r Douglass II Martha!I, at 10.25 and 12; one 1 n Mrt I) Morgan, at D; one forTlioa. II Jones, nt S ; two for lien. Hun ter, at 7.25 and O; one I >r James D.iy, at D 50; besides a great many other* Iroin I to 7 5d 11 khI ind line work mg m demand Shipping is selling Iron) 4 1.50 to 5,5(1 JOHN II l \UEK. May 20 It ( 0:11. Merchant. OBITUARIES. Died, in I’nitreville. Mi ,of Typhoid fever on the evening o| the 3.I. April, ISIS, George Win, only tun of Koht I* and M iry A Biim-tt m the Dili year of hit age. Obituary notice* have becomes » frequent that llie 1 writer ot tin* is 11 it in insensible that they are frequent ly over strained, and unmerited panegyncks resulting from tlis etVnai m of friendship to ths dead not no in tint j case, a* iboi»e who know the auhj«*ct of tins notice well can heat testify. Therefore it may be truly said, to do liiatiee to that degree ofhnmnn excellence to which the deceased was entitled,would require powers to which tin* w riter of th * humble tribute makes tin pretensions 1 Barely have we seen one so yoitrtg possess siininy on | Holding qualities An account of bis virtu** would pre sent an cmittiaralion of qu alities which, in the higheil ’ degree, give dignity and elevation to the human cliarar ter. 'To ss / that lie was kind and unassuming in bis m.inncrs, a in ihle mi I benevolent m bis <bnposihiui, al let Inmate to all, w i ihl lie term* to 1 week to express bn trite character Hi* uprightness of conduct and devotion to truth, were enveloped at early childhood, and c mid I never he made to yield to any eirrumataiiccs t’olild the anguish of Ins parents lx* stilled by the grief of nth ers, iheir "rushed hearts w mid find a halm in the sym pathy ol Ins friend*, f.r the blow which has filUn up on them and their a Her inmate daughter, is deeply felt by those who knew him, and over which only those will fail to lament who knew him not But a lew abort weeks ago, he w as 1 n li vilili, to lm yant spirt's, with bright pr ispecfs uf a career of nscfulm-as an I Iin| pitless, thus cnkindli g to the bosoms of Ins parents lieurl tt joy. Hot ala* ' lie is now un more’ (build thn wishes rtitd prayers ot Ins relations and friends, the earnest supplication* ot' ins parents, together with the skill and attention of bis pliysicnns have availed, lie bud still li ved M it Death bud marked Inin as Ins own, ami lev clod Ins arrow with such unerring aim that no art could turn it aside ('onsole yourselves,ye doting and dinter**! ♦*d father ami mother, fond and weeping aimer, for allho’ Ins departure is an almost inconsolable bereavement. yet “your lows is bis eternal gain,” for he is now in a bright er and happier world. Bememher Jesus has said, “JSuf for littln children to cotue unto me, and forbid them not, for of such is the kingdom of God.” and lei “Little Wil in” be another tic to him! ymi to Heaven, K Tin* approaches of Death arc unwelcome uml revolt ing to human nature nt nil periods of life ; hut they ara more particularly so, in the freshness aud bloom of youth. When the aged, who have satiated their thirst ut the fountain of this world’s pleasures.and wIioh# en ergies, both mental and physical, have been exhausted in their pursuit, are called to die, the struggle may not be great. They may well be contnntod to retire from A scene which they can no longer enjoy. And *0 it is. to Home extent, with persons in middle life,who have had even a moderate portion of the cares , and enjoyments of this world But when tlie young, who have just entered upon the theatre of life, withe- | liisti • step mid buoyant expectations, with tin* glow of health upon their cheek, and tin* light of hope in their eye, with no remorse for the past, but prospects of hap pines* for tin* future—when these are culled so soon to retrace their steps, ami to return to the dust, the sum mons is unexpected, and tie- ng my it occasions must be great. To ho man nature it is altogether irre.eoneila ble. But there is that in Christianity which enables its youthful possessor to transfer his hopes from earth to heaven, and forego the uncertainties of the former or the glorious realities of the latter. These thoughts have been suggested by the brief Christian experience and peaceful death of SI S.\ N BBOW.Ni ADAMS, eldest child and only daughter of Isaac and Susan K. Adams, f irmorly of Lynchburg, but now of Appomattox county Slie was horn on the ,30th of April. 1833, au<l died on the Itith of May, ISIS—just upon the threshold of her Kith year. 'Th*'natural nmiubleness of her dis posit ion, and spright linens of her intellect won for tier, even in childhood, the affection and admiration uf all who knew her, and induced her parents to afford her all the advantage* of the best culture, within their reach. For this purpose, after they left Lynchburg, they engaged the services ot n competent female teacher at their private residence in the county of Appomattox. And with those facilities,she was rapidly acquiring all the advantages and ornaments of an accomplished education. But there was wanting, tint “one thing needful,”—to give polish and perfection to all the rest of her acquirements, and to prepare her fully for the duties of this life.nnd the enjoyments of a better. This she sought nod obtained in the month of July list. On the Tub of that month,it, was the happiness of the wri ter of this tribute to her memory, to see her approach the mercy seat, with several others of her school I mates, ami give her young heart to God. The offering I was accepted. For “A flower when offered in the huti9 Is no mean sacrifice#’* And soon the blossoms and fruits ot earlv piety, began most beautifully to unfold and ripen,both in her heart and life. At this time, as previously, and for several months afterwards, her constitution was linn, and her health unimpaired. Hut, with the approach of Autumn, the spoiler came, nud laid his blighting hand upon this beautiful flower,and it showed symptoms of decay. On the Kith of January she was laid low upon the. bed of languiHhment. and for the space of four months, she suffered a voryunooinmon and painful illness whh'h do fled the assiduity and skill of all her physicians. It 1 was ascertained some two months before she died,that i her disease was incurable end must eventuate in her death. Although she had some apprehensions of this fact herself, yet she was not definitely apprised of it, until she happened on one occasion unintentionally to J get hold of a letter which had been written by some j member of tho family to a distant relation exprewing the hopelessness of her situation. Soon after she had read it. her father came into the room, and she said to him with very great composure, Pti^hnir font/ ha* it j been since thr Doctors rare w> nut / With a bleeding i heart, he was constrained to give her the desired in formation. She herself shed a feu* t* irs nnhjt and then through grace, the struggle was over. From this time she spoke of her death with as much calmness us would have been manifested by a Christian of three scores years and ten. As long as she had strength to do it, much of her time in tho day was spent in reading the Bible, both for her own comfort and for the in struction of her nurse,an excellent female of the neigh borhood, who was not herself abb* to read. And foi weeks h. fore bIio died, boo was in tho habit of iingirg 1 Pwring th ' 'I'ntt hninscj thr night her favjnU hyuin. | of praise to Hod. The writer of these lines had tho rrivdego of* soring her some ten days hafore lief death. le conversed,sang, and prayed with lo*r ; am! ill tho midst of these exercises, she was constrained, fieobla as nIio was. to prune the lord far his goodnoss, ami to rcjoico in hope ol heaveti, I la saw her again ilia d*ty before she die 1, ntid it was evident to him, that hor cud was nigh. Her tender frame was much emaciated, and her brow was well nigh us white as marble. Hut the light of immortality was beaming brightly in her eyes,ami the < aim of resignation couponed ovary fun turf of her counionando. The next day ft ho was Iran* terred from earth to heaven. A flower, to bloom amid the bower* of Paradise. A jewel tn dock tho crown of her Saviour. And perhaps a mimetennv tinsel^ to watch over hor surviving friend*. I kn iw she is gone where her forehead is nturrtd, With tho beautv that dwelt in har soul. Whore the light of liar loveliness can never be marred Nor her heart bo thing back from its goal. W here love has put otf. in the land of its birth, The stains it bad gathered in this, Aud hope, the sweet singer that gUivlanad kh* earth, K&ults in the region* of bUa*. n. w a. LTXCIIBUKO M VUK K I S Corrected fbr Hie week ending Saturday, »Vay 27, ISIS 7Wi tceo. Uooeipts light for the «<nc hi Inspected the past week 270 Ithd* again*! 42.1 lihds eotroap owl mg week in 184? -Order generally soft with slight improvement in ipialiiy. Market dull for shipping mot stemming qualities NYe quite Fugs $1 25 to $11 ; Common Leaf. $2 2" lo $1 25; Middling, $1 25 t» $4; • I *ud lino $ 1 to $ >; Mamifnetuiing description* tn fur deni ni l. Hood nod line qualities sells from A to $10 with occatiitn-tl hogshead* higher. Char tiuiier.il siDi $5, with occasional atlas at higher rate*, say $1 12 I 2. /VnrtJnrn. H ieui.mloi at f»| to 51 cents t Haef, 4 to5emtft; t orn M<vtl, 45 cent** HVir it It (I $1 11 l, \V:»ite $1 ()1 eU. fie ti i Corn, new 1) to Hots; t)i!« 2i tu 30 oents. ( lover Seed Dull, uo inquiry, ll hiikeij -20 cents. RcctWitr 20 cents. Hitter II till m lull, l )\ t» I l c >nts, n* 11 quality . Unit I V |*|*I ’. It • » ‘ o fn III r ; I'll l, II I 10 oltori Itg H tr Iron Dullat $4.1 00 par ton. (. '»/’•• !li i 81 11 d j i iti, l» i^tif i‘J to 10, Jav s 121 Mocha 20. Country Liic.ns Tow 12k aunt* dull ; Fla* If cent*. Coltoii Vuriu Ssles Hi cent*. h'eathers 28 to 02 els Flat See l alei 8 ) to SI con**. Fn'i Herrings, Nj. I, $1,51; Sial, all $? 5J new $8 50. V iinsemi No sales. > I temp—r>$ eents. IAn^erd (bt -05 cents, I month*. I At rd V> I. I’ll to ? cent*. Mdtud Vest In ha il l to 4<1 eti p *r g ilUrt ; N (1. 42 to I ’» edits. I*! ivtrr 1 .ump. 8^.55 (i round $10,50. Snj;iirn Nt'iv Orleans 7 *'dl cents; Porto HiojSIo'J cents; ('Drifted 121 cents h ml lilt) 121 oeuit. Sail $J 50 perS.ick. Tallow -Dull at 01 cents. 7hr $ 1,5 » per hhl I Coot 20 to *5 «* t s. , principally haite.i, It ool H ‘IU — Sale* *47 1 to 40 eeniN. KM II VNDKS Cheeks on New York, 11 to 2 per c!. premium Haiti more, II t>2 per Ct. do Hoston, I | to 2 do do do Philadelphia, 1] to 2 do do do Hunk Notes N. Carolina 2 per ct. discount. " S ('urolmn, 'i do " T’entiesHCe, 5 do 11 NN heeling, 2*21 do KliKIDMTsI p AND DOWN Til ft (ANAL. Tobacco, le.if (|N*r hogshead.) 75 to I 00 Do manufactured, (pef hut,) 10 Flour, (par hid.) |(J Har Iron .(per ton.) I 00 Pig Iron, (per ton.) I 00 Lead, Ihg mid Shot, (j»cr Ion.) I <>0 Plaster, (pci ton ) | (H) Soli, (|>er snek ) 10 Merchandtfc and Product, (per 100 ) 8 lo 10 FROM NKW YORK CnrrefjMjiidenre of the Baltimore Patriot Ry Telegraph NKW YORK. May 20,—P. M. FCFtCllON OF U S SF.NATORS IN CONNKC. TICUT. The CegishitUre of Connecticut proceeded y eat onlay in sleet Senators from that State, the one to supply t|»* vacancy Miming by the* death of the late Senator Hunt ingdon, and tlm othnr to stircoed Mr. Niles, | CoCof.*co,) whose term will have expired on the 4th ol March nsit. Ki (iiiv. Baldwin of New Haven, now holding Ins seat by (hv llisaelt1* spi»oint men!. and the lion. Truman Smith, ol Kitclifield, chairman of the Committee on For eign Allan* III the llottaeol Representatives, tcreiVed a ma jar it y of votes, and were accordingly declared duly elected. They werelsiili, the regular nomit.ee* of the Wing causes. 'The rotult has given general satiafac tion. The Weather in tin* ciiy today it led and an I try, and with tin* exacted arrival of tin1 steamer, lias a languish mg effect o|H*n businoHS There h; much talk and speculation here ft present in relot inn to the National Convention, which in alimit aKScmhlmg in you city. 'Tlm knowing politicians are impressed with a Iwdief that the nomination will fill u mu Senator I)it, of our State* or (ieuornl Butler, of Kentucky. 'The stork market to-day is firm hut not active — (ioViTiiinen' securities a shad** improved and fancies <1* pressed. Fxchange on Condon III a II per cent, prerr. Tl e Flour market is rather unsettled and the tenden deory of prices In to decline Sales of (aericHsee at $5,75a $0.12. na tu brand* ; Oswego $5.75; Southern $0,23; Com meal $2.37*2,50; Rye Hour $375. Cram ih witliout movement. Cennesou Wheal 135 a l3Hc Sales ol 2000 bushel*. Corn is riot ho (Inn-- yel low ii stilling at 50;157c, arid mixed ai 52a51c . <)ai8 ut 42a40c; Rye at 75u77c. Provisions steady, and .sains only to iha regular trade at full prices. Sugars and Molasses as quiet and prices ruling very low. Rice hi lair demand* with sales at $3,25*3 50 per 100 IbN. The Cotton market in firm arid liner pn<Hl* in Iwttcr rent test prices fully sustained ; sales of 500 bales. 1 Whiskey 22u22Jc per gallon. No tidings ynt of the steamer Catalonia* now due at j Boston, or of the Hermann, due here, / \ FROM PHILADELPHIA. Correspondence of the Baltimore Patriot—By Te'egaph. PHILADELPHIA. May 20—2 P. M. A fire occurcd last night which destroyed the ejtcn hivc Mahogany amt Marhlo Strain Mannf.ielevy of Messrs Thompson and Conner, annate at the corner of Eleventh street and Bulge R ind. Two large building* were oe ' rupied by thia establishment, both of which were entire I ly des’royed, together with the machinery, and a very large and valuable stock olg.tod*. finished and tmfiuiah ed. 'Pbe Marne* spread with fearful rapidity and it was with much dificiilty & good exertions that the surround mg property was saved. This is, if I mistake not, the s'-ccoud time the property, or establishment here noticed has suffered from fire. It is not js.sitifely known how the fire originated, hut circumstances leave scarcely a : doubt that it was the wo^k of an incendiary. 'Pile loss to the proprietors is very heavy hut they h tvp I believe a tolerably fair insurance. From the Irerpient fires of , late i» would seem that nurcily is infested with a dea i peratcgHiig of incendiaries. 'Pbe weather to day is verv warm. Business getter* crallx is wiinout activity. Dealers holding off lor fur 1 ther foreign news. Not much doing in Stocks; U. S. 6'a are firmaalasi , 1" j l he < apply and re**eip»s r-t Flour continu* UgliCsv ■ m!cj ni'i ln.i'f ai $ ,^7*6 prr obi. 1 he light'receipt; alone keep up prices. Corn meal $2,37 per bb!,; Rj# Flour nominal n\ $1. (•rain in inactive. Sale4 of red Wheat a* 135«138c.; white do. I42«145c.; Oats 40a45c ; Rjrs 75a77c. The better qualities uf Culun are Karen, and itridly prime will command higher figure*. ProfIttnna and (irooerie* exhibited no chant rala prN cea. Pork ia firm ; l.ard tj| i7c.; Ruse $3,37a3,50# atftJ firm. Whiskey 21 U22e. per gallon. IUI.TIMOR MARKETS. May 24-P. M. Flour—Howard street tells at $5,50; City Mill# is held at $'*»,12 12 Wheat —Prime red anils at 13Ga139 cents per bushel. Corn Sales of prime yellow at 41 a 40 cent#; priffe# white sells at 35 n cents per bushel. No change in other articles usually enumerated. iCUUK A WITTKS, OH OI K fin 4 C OMMISStOJf MKtlC HJJS IS . Lrnoliburc, Ti., ■ I.VYE mi linnil a lurfn nml wntl w-lecled Stuck uf II GROCERIES, which they ulT.i low f.ir cntli ur in cxch,nir« firortintry firmltica Tliu following oiiii|>ri»H a puriiun uf ih.lf .tuck. vi«: — 175 bsi(, H o and I ,«g lyra Coffee, 15 *• Old Cfoveriiment Java do 25 hhds. St. Croit, P Rico and N. O. Sugar, 5 'Pierces N. U Clarified do 50(H) lbs. WonUey arid Woolsey's L»wf do ft bids d » (Crushed and Powdered do 20 hlids and bids Mol a Met, 10 l»h|s Turners’ Oil, 30/00 II. Huron. 7.000 do hale Cotton. Leaksville, Ulaok Water ani Rich timid Factorie* 2,210 Ihs 111isteied Steel, 1.000 do f ast nml Shear do l’» tons country bar Iron, 5 ** Tredegar do I .000 |hs Unml and boon do 3.000 ili Castings, 30 Irixc# Hull At Hone* Candle#, 15 do pure Sperm do 10 do Adamantine do LIQUORS 50 hl»)s Mountain and Rectified Whiakey, *M do Old Rye, cart very Hue, |0 do American 111midy, 1 «! inpe pure French do ) V do J .1 Dupny tk Co. do It) hhs. S M. Wine, I do t lid Port do 10 do Malaga do 10 do Apple llramly, ALSO. Calicoes, R dileking, Plaid, Dnntestioe, Suspenders, Turkey re I Vesting*. Huttons* Nankeen, Letter and XVrapping Paper, S.*d.i, SalaratUs, Starch, Ginger. Pep* per. AUspire, Cotton *ui<l Wool Cards, (’igafs Alluin, ! Copperas. Indigo, Madder. &.* , tkc , all of W'hich wo offer low tor cash, or to punctual cuatOfitera on ahorl tune. A. At W. P S We w ill pay the highest pricea for all kiud# of Country Produce, either in Cash of barter. Mir 29 <k A. fc W. I'JAJMM. f* i)OZEN Piuamis, (aotitn very fine,) juat added to r our assortment; offored cheap. May 2J Iw it MEKM & 4*WATKIN. London I'orlrr. KMT E have jiiNi received j v? 10 tierCus London Drown Smut, very superior, i wInch we will hi 11 low IIROtXNk, CARTER A NOWLIN. | May 29 — t# -.--— ■ ■ —^ VIrglolo: \ l Itulr* lo 1.1 in tlie C’lciU’* CfHce .if the ( lir.uit NupcFttftr ( unit ot I nv uml t lmiirnv, In hi tor Ilu.ltord County. l'«s daV Ut May, IHH Ninithbon It llnvlls HoWker )*»-»•**(..rt nn.l J«!io O. Left wedi, hli- nwnliant* uml p iriiirm^ trading under tin* Style and thin <>f Mavis, I'reittoii k Lit., who *uu fui thr heiiofll of the ••ml llowkrr I'tfatON, I'laintlO*, An* t VST John \ Thomas, (t*>rfr<* F Tlirtinsl, Ariel it ►*<! OfeVt Mienir.it Hnllord, mnls* *u«‘h silintniathit.ir ot Joel l.eftwich, d"«M , William It Ran. h, ndiniiii*frntor of Jsiiir* Adanui, dcc’d , Klifah. lli f Admits and (•imtuvuS A. \V'mg field, I Mendsnt#. IN t IIANCKflV. Thr ItufeirdsntN, John A Thomas und Merge F Thomas, i*"t having entered then appearnuev, and given avanrity, a«e rinding to the Act of Assembly nnd the Itule* uf thi* Ueut, rii.I it appealing b) *ali*t.ictuf y evtdenrs that they are not inhabitant* ot this ('oiitmouWealth - It is ordered, that (h«y do appear at KulCi to be hdil in tile Clerk’s Otliea ol the saw! Circuit .Supcn ir t’oiiit of Law and Cluiueay, for Medford County, on th>- first Monday in August nnvr, amt sr»*w«r tha hdl of I hr I'laiiit i(L, and tliul this order ho iinertid in soma newsi.a|»«r published in thr town of Lynchburg, for twa months ,uccrvHiveli , Slid pouted at the front door of tba Courth#u*« ot till* County on •omv Court day. A Copy- Teste, JOS WILSON. CPk. May 81) Wilni Virginia! AT It'll** t»*l‘l In the Clerk't OA1 •« of the Circuit Superior Court of I .aw and Chancery, h«Ul lor lledtoid t ounty , the day of May, I84Sj Haruuel Oarlaitd, surviving partner of flaw late Arm of g k M II (Jarlaud Plaintiff, AMAIMtf William Durritt and Wilton C. Ilewitt, Dofuttdatltii INCIUNCKltY. Tha Defendant, William Durritt, not having entered hit nt»p<-aran«*<., ami giien security n< cooling to tin* Act of Assem bly and the rules of this Cnuit, and it appearing by satisfac tory evidence, that he is not an inhabitant of this I'omnwn "*•• ltl», it is ordered, that h* do appear at rules to be held in the CIciU’s Other ol the said t mult Superior Court of l«aw and Chancery, tor Bedford Countv, on the first Monday to August n«xt,atid answer the lull ol the Plaintiff, and that this order be Inserted in some newspaper, published in the town of Lynehhurg, for two month* successively, and potted at the trout door ol the Comthouse of Ous County, ou soma Court day. A Copy—'legate, JOs» Wilson, civ May 29 — w2ni N\NDS* S \ IIS \PAIMLLA.— During the warm season the ll’iidsol the body are attenuated, the circulation rendered languid and the seeds id disease firmly rooted, and nnlea* proper remedies arc timely administered, the invalid will sink beneath the a itontual attack of fever, or some other e qually fatal form ol disease. The blood h«ing the grand : sonrre ami lountaitl ol life, immediately concerned in trana . milting to every part of the system lualth and renewed rigor, I if purr11ud debility ami disease, it impure. Puriiv and cleanao this lib* giving principle, and man enjoys mental and physi cal health. ► "r diseases of (he blood and other impurities of the system, enlargement of the hours, scrofula, king’s evil, •millions of the slun, rheumatism, gout and lumbago, disease* of the liver and other derangements nf the system, Sands’Sar saparilla has been found, in numerous instances, to be a safe I and effectual cure. It purifies and eleansaa the fountain spring* of life and the patient is speedily brought under tha salutary operation. Pric e $1 per bottle. Si* bottles for g.V Prepared and sold by A. B. It D. SANDS, Druggist*, 106 Fulton street. New York. Sold also by DAVID n. LYMAN, DRuooitrr, And Hr Druggists generally throughout the United Statat May 29 — Itime BhCON. SALT, COFFEE, Aw. j "J AAA His Family Baron, I ■A.FyA.Fi.F*" 10(1 aarka Sail, i 100 bags Rln, Lngnyra and Java Cotr*e, Just reneivad anil fur aalr bv MOORMAN & MARTIN. ALSO. A lot nf Gmrgs Watt & Cu.’s celehraleJ on*, lira j ami three horn* CUFF RBACE PLOUGHS. i in which irn invite the attention of the Farmer* and t Planters. M. k M. | May 29—3t Sielltng 0 IT Cheap FOR CASH. A Large and general aasortrnentof b-antiful DRESS GOODS, iiin«i*ting ef elegant Silk Madras* Tie | ana*. Bersgea, Ginghams, Lawns, French Jaeonette, ; Dress Silks, handsoms patterns and extremely chess. Linen Tlsnes, prints. Ate.; s!*'\ splendid new style bm4 Swm«, f.r Lidies. Party Dresses, Ate., hjc., ell iff whieh will be add at very low prices for cash. The Ladies nre particularly invited to rail and examine Rye I |V.« stock BENJAMIN H LEWIS ,1 May 00-|t '