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I ...lUU f l,r..ii,l, riKM'f Midi) inn: lllllll, "i-. ., llionsuiid town (Nashville. i.'xcf)iitl) tirxl not ini'ct with hull us many pri-t-ly xoiil lfcsvilcliiiiif t'irlrt uh can m hi'cn right In n' in WiiH'liftiiiT. Wen il not, indeed, lor the litct ttiflt tin) ti.Miijiiitf d.iys" of your coiTc.'iiondnut (in; lout,' hi licit nvitr, licit In; i i;nidu ally piifsiiiK into the '.u rn ami yellow luaf of tilV-, "and -raciyuly tulmiiUiii,' In tin: (Ironies of it civil compact Conn ed years njjo, il i ih;ihlu tlmt lm would return to you Willi a heart lilt ed to repletion wil'i Cupid's quivers. No wonder that Matter, ol the Home Journal, and a host of his youthful peers are said to he desperately, hope lessly in low. lint to upproaeh matters more practical hut less attractive. Here at present, as almost everywhere in Christendom, business is dull and mon ey is scarce the one very dull and the other very scarce. "1'eaee and J'lenty," however, can ho truly an swered to the ofl repealed ijtiery, what's the news? Tint I'.iriiicrK in the vieiuily have had houiil'l'ul li;irvesl.'i, hut many of them have mil with se rious lushes hy the prevalence of chol era or hlack-loiiue anions their liojj;. Ill COUS(.'pi(;llce ol'lhis fact, V, isc-lti'I'f !' Jiereiihouls not unl'reipienl ly say I ha I. next year "haeon will be baron." This mnnrli probably has some slight n Ter ence to the future price of ihe article. Winchester hai tluee ar;;e, (lour ishinj.' iiiMitulions of l at niii. Mary .Sliarn (Jollr'L'e, (female) Winchester Female Seminary, and Cnrriek Acad emy, (male.) These schools contrib ute much to the f.'iowtb und prn.-per-ily of (he jdace; as many of the pupils iiltendim; them come from abroad. The Mary Sharp ( Jolle-e building is a largo and very handsome rdiliee, and is. a dceidi-d ornament, lo the town. Jl is a new buildin;; and has hern laic Jy enlarged and improved. The new building for the Curricle Academy is just about eompleled, and is a.-:o a beauliful and eommodius eililice. 1 lind Win. .1. Slaller, i;.v, the sjirihlly and lah'iilrd editor of the Home Journal, lloui ishiie.' like a ,"rern bay Iree. lie has recently iin reased l lie dimensions of lie- Jouinal and dresseil il. up in an rutin1 new soil. Jle is a jouu;; man ol capacity ,-nni enterprise, mid having been "horn and reared" in the midst, of this projdc, is richly entitled lo the liberal pulrou:;e they hcHow upon him. To iho.-r ol your readri i who may have occasion lo pass this way, I will nny, they will find it, to their inlere: I to hail"; up iheir hals at ihe hovpil;i Me Inn of Airs. Sims. They will lind ihe hosli'ss a pleasant anil ii;'ire;iMc lady, whose Ion;: experience in tbeilu lies ol' hotel heepin"; has made her au adept in the business. Your eorre- pondent miyhl say much more aiiout men n ml tilings in mi "moral vineyard," but the above will Slllicc for the present. The writer yrnws weary aye, sleepy. Pioini-;-itljr lo return soon lo ihe fold, he ields (piielly lo ihe neiillo wooing of "na ture's sweet I'r.vlon T." ji:...W!i:. Niri'iM iv 'nil! Uin.-Our I'rportri' niiiiilciilioii.illy wilin .;-,ei u. very pa thelie scene ;it the fair (I'ridav.) On one of ihe upper seals sat a v ery pretty little L il l, of about lil'lern ; I ill i -inci's. Our Reporter, who has an eye lor the beautiful in whatsoever shape it, may (Mime, stood m ar, admiring the delicate beaut) of her form and I , and the quality and M wi-li mal.e of her fancy iliy-eoods. She wore d.iiu ly hiejhdieeled jailers, (and hi r fool was mie lo make Ihe y nuir.r heart beat wild and warm.) cliai'iniii'dy embroideii'd pan lalel Is, abbrev ialed skirls, ninl hoops lar;;e enough lo kill. Altogether, she Was a be v il chili:,' III -t le creal lire, wil h soft brown eye::, a 'C fusion ol'aillbereurl ;, Ihe SU'i'i'lfM inoulli ill the world, and a little hand that would have landr a lily ashameil ol itself. !y In r side sal a ouni' entleuian of about eighteen, who e ryes and actions said more eloipn-nt Iv than wolds, that (he beautiful bllle wilch had played the diekeus with his heart. To convince our Kepoi ler that the yoniie; lover's was a eholna ease, it. was not needed that he should hear him say, earnestly and In vent ly : 'If )uii only knew, if you did bill il nil ill, M iss lleltie, how sweet it is lo love, you would not say ihal y mi nev er expert to love." "It tnav be sweet." said the iirellv iiiiiit hi iii, iii ii inn. i kiiiuie ii in ill . "I do not doubt it, Charles; but il w ill In; time fiiou;;li lor no' lo think of hiv ing some years In conic." l .il.. .1 ; i .i I , '( lh, no!" s aid Charles, very earnest ly, "for the sweet rtpluiv of loving, then; is no lime like the jiii'm nl- There's nothing half so sweet in li'e Hi luve's yuan;; dream besides "The riii linn in luiPM-i iiiiinsii'.l May Ik; Willi nur lili imiiium u'rr, Ami love when wit w.ll, n laiu: uii.l, il Ann'U in nut loving bcl'uri)." "'I'liat may be very, very true, X.'lilirlrs, lint I fear to love to love iis deeply as I feel thai 1 am capable of loving. I could not bear In sen ihe object of my all'eetious stricken by the hand of death, w hich would be sine to bo flio case ; for "Tim, ever Huh I'roai clidilloDil' lunir, I't'.t hcpii my I'uiiijtfHi liiiiu. ilucjy ; 1 iiover had Iron or (lower Hut win! 'iH-an mire In litile owny, I oe er nurrad "Yoh, Item,.! Yon, niizabmh! what in tho nnmo of common sense urn you ft-doinuor.iM-rchndnwny up there? ny non t yon com nm,, joW. aj htay with the reHiif the children.'" ()! cruel, eruel mninii' Oiiih to de molish ill cold blood tift t.J,.n.s( nccnc that i-vcr mortal eye Wir(t Charles looked rxeerilin'h'ly Uiiluh lk'ttio luimedialcly went down finJ our lleporter left in disgust ut tin. hearth s nes of mama. Xushrille Pa triot. lion. J. J. Mediae, without ojipo- it ion, has been 1 leelcd In Congress, in Jlfississippi, lo supply the vacancy c reated by tb'' death of the Hon. John 4- Quifin.iD. " ioin7 Ifmivnal i'iJTKrt ii i vIIV W. J. NI.ATTKIl, Ivlitor. "I'Mid lo m Pr(y' arbitrary iy. He fiillu Triilb Urn 'ctM't Irudi llic J.' V INC MUST Hit: J'KIOAY KVKMNO, 0CT0IIE11 2B. COLUMBIA SYNOD.' This Synod of the C. 1. Church met in this place on Friday, lath ins!., about forty members present. Uev. W. II. lialdrid-e, of McCra dy Presbytery, preached (the modera tor beinx nbsi nl) (lie opening sermon. Kev. M. IF. Hull''. "!' Teimesiee I'resbvlery, was elected .Moderator, and Kcv. W. I!. Watterson, of I'ilk I'l-csbylery, Clerk. Athens, I.'mrstom: County, Ala bama, was selected as the place for the next, iiicdin;; of the Sjuod, and ... II t M . .. tin: time liM U at I lo eioen, a. .u., I'riday before the tbild Sabbath October, 1S.VI. The Tnislei of "Winchester . male Si'ininaiy," located at this laei firoposi i lo the. Synod to ive lo il, Ine jirojicrly, (i'l es, iippara1 us iVe., at pi'cM'iit. owned by the I, on id valued at. oboill. 6 upon eerlain condiiiolis, anion;.' othes ihatlhe Synod would ex ii ud i,i improvements on said proper ty at Ice i. 0,1)1)0. The Sviiod upon mature tie I ibr ra tion accepted the preposition wilh but one dis..eiiliii'; voice, and agreed In raise the sum proposed, and at least 1310.000 if thought advisable, and n laine the present board of Trusli cm. The board of Trust ens, under 1 1 j direction oflhc Synod, will, in a short lime, have in the lield an a;'i i.l In rai e ;hc means, and there seem ; to be no iloubl eiilei t.'.ined by the friends of the enli'l pri.e ns lo his siiccss. This is a small aniouiil, of money lor ir'c a iiumoer as compose Hie ('olmubia ' ynod In contl iliule, and il will be piomp1 Ty raided, and thus sc enic to t he Synod and Ihe fiiendiol female education a School of hivji character ami su.taiiiiiig pati 011a .-c. I lie rseimuary is now in sneeesslii 0111 lalloli, ami tin; I ill1 lees v 1 1 1 add lo Ihe. Family by the 1st of I'eb raiy nel, so as to enable them to ac coiumodalc a mm h larger nuinbcr ol nunils, 11 iiI Ihe arran'O'iiicnls now made are siilliejeiit lo aecommodale qiiile a iiiiiubcr more. The friends ol ihe Seminary cannot now do a great er service I ha a lo exert ihcm elves to increase its number of pupils. The buildings proposed will be e roe led as soon as the money is raised. We hope the eiitrrpi'i.e may sne ered la-yomi 1110 cpc i.iai ion oi ns most sair.Miine friends. ( )u motion of l!cv. .Mcllonahl the Ibllow iug resolutions, olfered by him, were unanimously adopted: Ii snl ml: That the unanimous thanks of ihw Synod are hereby leu ih rcd lo the cili.'.elis of Winehesler and vicinity Ibrlhal kind ho: pilalil y shown in enlerlainiu;; lie meiuber.sol ihis Synod during this ses .ion. t'tsiiiml : That llie thanks of this Synod are hereby tendered lo the members of i he M. H. ('hurch for I heir house of Heirship. Hisiilml: That a copy of these res olulions be furnished lo the "Win chester I Inmc Journal" w ilh a requeht that the same be publi: lied. We cheerfully comply Viiib the foregoing request, und are sali'lird that we but express the feeling of ev ery eilien of Ihe town and vicinity, with whom the members of the S nod came in contact, w hen wo say, that il atl'orded a degree ol'inleresl, very si -ihiiii cNperienced, lo be permit'ed lo eiilertaia so intelligent a body of men. We have seldom, if ever, witnessed o great a degree ol harmony in any body ol Ikchiiul clearly inaailesling a-iiinlol deep, earnest ilcotion In the cause ill which ihey were cngag We sincerely hope that I'ach ineni her mi his return, may liml that no misfortune has befallen him, and that . , -ii, . . . 1 . iney win nave no cause 10 regret iheir v isit In Winehesler. . 1 1 I in our uexi issue we w in puniisii the proceedings of the Synod in rela lo tl.e Seminary. There is a inariieil lady in Salem, in ood health, whose weight, when in full dress, is only sryinty-lliree pounds. Siie has been inairied ten years, and is a model house wife, per forming nil her ImuscholiLiluIics, fruiii choice, without ussislanee. (loon O1.11 Am:. Alexander lliicha nan died lalely in SuiitU county, Vir ginia, at the advniieeil ngc of ninety, eight years. lie had voted for every President of the Republic since its 1'oumlntiou. Capt. Ibown of Kusscll, the adjoining county, is 0110 hundred and one years old, und still in good health. W lire pleased to notice that most, If noi nil ii, articles sent from Prank lm count, to the Nashville Fair, were awarutit pT,-,um8t .Seethe BdtMtWnieiit of that ex celhnt new. prnrt KMUe Gnzt-ttt. '. Complimentary. JJelow will be found a number of notices of the Home Journal from our exchanges. Most of these notices come from mmi who nre unacquainted personally wilhus.sothat what they say of tiin Journal can lie rgarded rts Iheir sentiments unbiased by nny fir hi, mil feeling. Those who do know us are- kind enough to speak u lilth: praise indinidiwlli, for which we aie quite thankful and promise, too, tlmt instead of such making us vain, it shall only bo an incentive to still greater exer tion on our part lo be worthy of all they have said. The Winchester Homo Junriiid crimes to iih minted uium now lyiie mid un biilnrcil sheet, Wo ut: pleosei this evidence of tin: nrosijcriiy ta see of our c 'i litem no isiry. A nshi :ul e L n hi n and Auvrirua. Tin! ii li''Sler Il'iiui; Joiiruid, of Inst week comes lo us much cnbuyeil in size, jjmI iiriiite.l on en lire I V new lyne. We ' riue'tsiliiliite our rn.-igb bor-i i: I a w , Slnller. on j un , iu!A',,-.v i a ii i ks 'uiie iqijeai iiiiui.'. Austrilt Wi.vi mi:sti n Hoiii: Joi'iisai.. Shitter, the enii rnrisiiiL' nulilihlicr ninl eiliior of this excellent pa per, luis lately hroulit it mil in a new 11 ml heinilifiil dress. It in now 11 l;jrj;i) ninl Iniiiils'imo sheet miuli inoie L 1 1 : 1 11 liitlieilD deserviri.!,' ihe liliernl piilriiiiiign it receive.-i. Nu'lii.Uli: llazt.lle. Tie: Winrljester Home Jmiruiil, pub Ii:,hr l mid editial hy W. J. .Sliitter, up-n.-,'iiMi'ubir;.'i:d mid improved vie-tly. Wo (nij;o;iliibili; l!ie ener;;i lie c'ludnclor upnu lint jirospi'iily of his n pr-r 11 prosperity wliirli hewi'll deserves. Xmirilti Hun n ir. The Winchester Home .'iiurnel comes la us lliis week printed nil new typii und consideriilily eubirjssl. 'i'lci is mi evi dence ol pMisniri(y ivkich we lire jjlud to i.ee. M' Sliuiirilli: A'i n Era. Ni;w Ditcss. 'Hid Winchester Homo Jonriiiil conies In us ru'idly enlarged and uriisiiisilly imiirove.l in every respect. Jl wield ;'ive us pleasuro to s. u iis col unias 'leveled to tlio cnuseol llenincracy. In llie Journal we see that nur old liiend J)r. A be. 1 uethy, is !inuitjiirr-d as a (bindi flute ta represent f'rniikliu comity in llie next I i 1 .1 1 11 r . Tin: l)r's. name lo us ii inlimalely roiiiiecn.-il with ll.e "Slur Spa 11 :' 1 11I Haulier" and n eerlain nilil un liu: (lliio b'iwjr, Chiilliiimiiii Jilitrtis- 1 r. The Winehesler Home Journal mines In in this vei:k aria)ed in larger I'oini and oilo-ruec really impiovid. The J ' 1 1 1 1 11 a I can now, in iis beauty and re alm ss of form, its judicious M.-h.-c limi of in a r I i-r, and its sensible edilorials, sin 'ru.d'ully coiojietfi walk any m-w.-paper ofils pn-teniions in tlio Stale. We li.'iv.i Ion:; iniisiilered it one union:.' ibc best ul our eieliau ;i.s. t'lilumliiit Mirrur. Wim 111 1 111 I n mi: J"i;ii.v,u.. This ex I'tdli.ul paper lias donned a lia ml.-oillii new soil, and made lis appearance in au I'Uliiri'.iiil I01111. Il i.s niiu 01 inn iar.:e.M and best lookini; sheets in the Male, an is eoinlucled Willi no onlinary ability. Its editorials a 1 well-writlen and pointed, and iis seleeliuus evince much ;'ood taste and j-real care on the pan of lliu edilor, It lias always lieen ;i jnnnl paper, ami wn are 'hnl to notice ibis suhstaulial evi ileuee id' its prnspei iiy. The editor am prnpiielor, W. J. Slaller, de.seives nil hounded success. Ilu is a yoiin man whose :;ood M:nse, cnei;')' ami eiauuuny are last 1 1 1 a Iv 1 11 lor liiuisel I wlial ever yoiiie; niiia ol a line spirit strives I'M. Wu love to see such continually ijnim; up in all thai is good, and Msli uui yuuir; frieml may never slfip.- HhiViijrillr, Ex- jll'Sitlil . Tin; Who busier lionie Journal cmues to us tlii week in a new ami neat dress -eon 1 1 0 1 ly enlarged ami iinprsved. We wish nur nei;:bber may irusjier in pro porlioii to bis nuilav anil imhdati;:uhle iinliislry. Il'he dues his cup of pmspei iiy Kill he filled to uverllfiwin '. Thu si.e and ability of li,e Jouinal ilemainls 11 fO'iui'iiiH and liberal siqipoil. Spuria 'I' inns. A N'kh Huii.'i. Tim Wiiitliesler llnino Journal lias ilonueil a new 'dress wilh eiilai oid prupui'lifiiis, 1 1 is mi excellent paper and iis imbdaliabh) edi'.ur, Hilly Malti r, deserves that eiicnurai'eiiii nt which we Indievti ihe jforid ciiiens in Wiinliesler and 1'iankliii county niv lis (in oil loyive him. Lul hi rjunl Tele f; 111 ill W in, ai s i 1 it Hone .loi iix.u.. This paper now duties In us in an enhin'cd bum, and is must beautifully and tastily ;ol up. Ii is by lar lliu largest paper ever hel'me published in ihe ;;ond old town of Winehesler, and speaks volumes (or tin- perseverini; ener:v ol its I'ntimler and pioprialor, Win. J. Mailer. It is n paper I Ii 0 L the peophi of Winchester ami Franklin county niav well feel proud of. and they sboidd unite in aeeotdai" lo i( n liaiiilsnmu support. If Hilly Slaller i.s pal riuiizeil an ordiut; lo bi merits, lie will Minn inako 11 foriinie. Ib-ru's our B)', Hilly, with n thousand wishes fur your prosperity. Tlio niqicsraurc nf tbo Journal lines you honor. lluntsrille Imli pi mli ill. ;M:w I'm-.-s. y c are pleased lo see the llmne Journal, lit Winchester Ttiiu., cniiu) lo us tins week 111 n new and hcau lilul ilnss nml enlarged, l'rosperiiy must ho at thu lieliu. Success in our cntcnqiorary. II, nun r of I'iiiiy. T- 'PI , r.si., no ri. llie vv mi-lies er I nine Jaiirunl comes lo ud grcaily cnbir :eil nml olhertvi.sn improved. It is cditeil nml published nl Wiucliesler, Tumi., hy W. J. Nutter l..sq. $2 a year in advuueo. Ii is one of llie herl nml hir.'.'put county pn pers in lliu stale, nc.il, cliiisic, nnd well colioa up 111 every respert. It contnins even I oil'' columns to tbo mu'e. filled with interesting mailer. .Mr. S. is one ol llioso who hflievc in "iruiiig nlmad." And lio prnvot his fnilb hy his woiks. tuuki tille I uni t. W ISlUISCXF.H IIomk Jovhnl Til ill ex ccllent paiicr comes to us now conside mhly cnlargcJ nnd proatly improved in "Ppoiiniiico. 1110 Journol is one ofour mnl vnlueil exchanges ninl one of the oe loi pubhuhcl in ihis Stole. t'ayrtlecillc Journal Vkwu IWVe regret that wc have not room this week for the Prcniiun Essay, on Agriculture, writ ten Ly W. L. Srargcant, Esq., 0r,ilis county. It is an excellent document nnd abounds with knowledge gnincj from experience. Y shall endeavor to lay this essay before our renders ai won 0 pofsiblc How They like It! While our exchanges have been so kind in noticing tho improvement in the Home Journal, let us read what a few of our subscribers say: One writing from Mast Tennessee says : "Mr. Sliitter : Although a stranger to you, yet, I must say, sir, that joti print one of the best papers in the Slate; 1 love to read it." A young lady in West Tennessee writing to us, says : "Von can't imagine how eagerly I grasp the Home Journal, und read it, every thing in il." A gentleman writes to us from the Times ollice, Dalton, Georgia, und says : "The 1 fame Journal has been my paper everjsiuce it found its way to our sanctum, nnd I never let a week slip without reading every line ol it advertisements and all and don't think I Hatter you when I bay I don't do any other paper so.-' An old man writes from Mississippi Ihus ; 'Friend Sliitter : I am much pleas ed wiih your paper. I send you six dollars which will pay for three years subscription in advance, and when my lime i.-i out I w il remit six more. I like llie Journal mostly because the print is so clear and easy lo read in I'aet, il is the best printed paper I know of." We might go 011 with similar ex tracts from letters, but these arc enough, livery day subscribers are coining iu and complimenting the neatness of th e print. And we are determined to always km-p the Jour nal thus. We ask but one thing nnd Ihal is I hat our subscription list continue lo irrow. may 1,11 III'! U ill! ii,-,Iit Hill,, i- .Iniillnl. (hiii.wn F.i'iio, Oct. lsih, 183-1. F.iUlur of lliv llniiir. Journal. Dr. 111 Sin : In llie publication of my address in your la.-t issue, I liml soaie er rors ihiili I l,i"j leave to ( oriei I. In the product fil Slebbin's farm you have oaiil ted one sain ! I cypher which makes a dif ference r.f ISO'i. You have incor porated in tin; body of my address ibe brief liio:'railiii iil .sketch nf 'Sauire W. E.-till Senr., vJiirli was a note marked with a Mar and nu;;lit to have been placed at llie end of the address, 1 in tended at llie same time la have made au additional nolo giving a short sketch of Capl. Sam. llamlly, who died a lew . 1 Veui's ii'.o), al an attvnucuil a;ie inn was prevented by a professional call to an ad ioiuinir coiuitv, The oioncer.i ol 0111 county have all passed away, mid it is due to llieir memory that we should cher ish a j'ratefid recollection of iheir deeds ol daiin;;, which have secured to us our peaceful and happy homes. Capt. I lainlly emigrated to Tennessee at a very early period ami settled 011 llie llolsoii. When the Duiiinoru war wilh the iSliawanee tribe of Indians broke out he joined a company nml inarched to tin: in uiali of ihe gn at Kanawha and was in that bloody battle fought on the lOlliday ol Oct. 1771, by Gen. Andrew Lewis against thu combined forces of the She wauee, Heluware, J.lingo and Wyandot Indians. Onliis return to tlio llclston be look au active part in nil the Indian dillicullies that occurred In the settlement of that poilion of our Slate. llo liml the command of a ranging company for the protection ol emigrants from tin; Wa tauga settlements, through the wilderness to the Cumberland settlements and 011 one occasion was attacked hy an over whelming fnrcunf Indians, defeated and taken prisonei and carried to iheirTowns, where ho was mailt) to run the eauiitlet and bad ins feet flayed for the puruose of preventing hisescapo. He was condemn ed to he burnt, but his unflinching bravery and stoical limine, commanded tho ad miration of his savage captors and his life was spared, he Was subsequently pur chased ninl restored to his family. He was attache. I lo Col. Shelby's command at llie baido of Kami's Mountain, ami fought gallantly, as all did ia that mem- oralili) hattle. hen our Statu was about to pass from a Territorial to a State Government, he was selected from the county of Iilount as a delegate to the Convention to form a Constitution. He afterwards served us a member of the State Legislature. When llio Duck and Elk river purchase whs made, he emigra ted lo Franklin Co., where ho tilled va rious public oflices until within a few years of his death. Ilo lived nnd died an Inmost man "tho noblest work of God." 1 am very respectfully yours, W. ESTILL. Simh-i.au Accu.Frvr. Tho Hartford Press, in ilescihing a gamo of wicket, gives the following remarkabla incident: ".Mr. Jahcz Alvord lind a strap buckled iihily around his right arm abovo the elbow to prevent his arm from becoming lamed when throwing in llie ball. Soon a largo ilirow became necessary, but ns llio cflort was made a crack abort an dis tinct as that ol a pistol was heard ocions the play-ground, and the young man arm fell powerless at his side, the ball describing a shoit curvo beyond. On an immediate examination of the arm by Doctors Phelps and Stcelo. who were up on the ground.it was found that the bona was broken short off just above tho point where llie strap was placed. A medical wiiter assarts that the intro duction of tho tomato upon tho labia has reJuced the acvurity of eerlain typoa of ummer diseases to a noticable extent. Tlll J 00 ,lml, nf !,.-. tinallhfiiliin.. food, nofof their sxecjlonce as a luxury, f The Trial of Rev. J. B. Graves. Last week we promised to publish the proceedings of the jdy before which. Mr. Graves was summoned for trial, but those proceedings are o unsatisfactory that no idea can be gained from tliem as to what they are trying liim for. A correspondent of the Xashvillo Daily News writes as follows about this afHiir, which fit present causes a good deal of excite ment. " Jt is due this public to know that w!:at is culled thu trial of tlio Key. J. It. (iraves, that is going forward nightly in tho 1st Uaptist Church, is but a farce, in which tho parties acting nro rendering themselves ridiculous und discovering to the. public the unworthy design they liavo in viow, i. e. to dishonor Elder G. and crush his influence in this city. Elder Groves, having ilemninled n fair trial according lo the only htandiird of llie Church, and it being refused, did with a larjru ami respectable minority embracing three of tho oldest Deacons und two Min isters, bedsides himself, withdraw and claim for themselves, the power and au thority of the regular linpiist Church, being in order. The Church of which Elder Graves is u member have already ut bis earnest request called a large coun cil of the most eminent jurists in llie de nomination 111 the association, Willi llie opinions of llie ablest men in tho union 10 assist 11 lo iiivesliute every tlinr;:n that envy and malice may prefer against him, and iffouml guilty lie will be prompt ly condemned; if innocent, openly justifi ed. before that body, Elder Graves will appear lo answer for himsel f, and ho will then discover to this community, the deep malignity with which be has been pursu ed by 11 party in llie body now nidil ly en g.'e.'ed iu bis defamation before this pub lic, under the name of a Church trial. The public is requested to suspend judgment and receive, if they see lit lo bear, the assertions nnule hy the prose cuting pastor and bis aids wilh not 11 lew grains but large measures of allow ance. If religion and llio pastoral culling is disgraced ill too eyes of this public, in ibis cn-e, let it not be attributed lo the disciplinaiy laws given by I'aptist Church es, hut the open outrage of ibcin as well as tin; church rights of tho persecuted parly. i I he religious senso ol tin; ilenomiiiaiiou a I over llie .si'Uin uesi is ouira,i;eii iiy ...... , I I... .l.n luilii'iiilies oaereu i.juei uiue 111 una ease. Tho following ncls, 'ive a true in- flicaiiou of liu leelina Louisiana : in Georgia ami Death lias al last divided the oldest pair iu the Cubed States. Mrs, Lulwick Snyder died a few days since, iu liuin side Township, Clearfield County, l'cuu. at tbo age of one hundred and eight. Her liusliaii I, who is one hundred and twelve years old, survives her. The Xew V'ork canal lolls for Sept. are ?:!",UIHI less than for tho same inoulli last year. Naiirow K-ivvrK. The West Tennes see Whig of the l.'itli, details thu partic ulars of a very narrow escape made hy lion. .Milton llrown, President of the Mo bile and Ohio Railroad, on tho l'-'th. lie was on his return home from St, Louis, by way of lliu Mobile and Ohio load, and oa reaching Trenton, he was too lain to make the logular connection ami touk a hand car, ami started 011 his way, to overtake the construction train, which would enable him to reach home twelve hours sooner than otherwise. When they had proceeded paU of the way on the hand-car, (il being very daik,) lliu negroes who were propelling it, looked up, ami sair the regular passen ger train coming down at great speed, and only a few yunls from them. The negroes immediately jumped from the hand-cur, ami advised Judge llrown lo follow them; but, firmly bracing himself 011 llie hand car, ho received tho chock, and fortunately escaped without any curious damage. His cur being so much lighter than 1 11c locomotive and train, was immediately reversed in motion, and did not ull'ord sulllcient leslstanco to the locomotive and train 10 throw thein oil' tho track. Hon Thomas Swann, American, has been rejected .Mayor of llaltimorn over Mr. Skull, independent, by a majority of 10, 1-19 voles. Carlylesays: "Experience is an ex cellent school master, but he docs charge such dreadful high wages-." A I tho New York Stock Exchange- on the l.'th inst, $22,000 Tennessee 0 per rent Poinds sold at !'J cants. This is a further improvement. Tiik Sciiab Cuor. The yield of the nine in thi parish seems to be good am the nunples of new sugar are all very su pcrior. Through our fellow-citizen, J, II. New, Eci., wo liavo a sample of the article now being turned out from the mill of Dr. Nolan, of West Baton House. 1 , ... 1 . in coior, 11 is snow wiuio; llio "ram is largo nnd fine; in quality, il must stand ot the head of the prices current. All necessary to make it the refined oaf, is to melt it in a form. So says the 15a (on Kougo Gazette. A Bccipe for a Punch. "A little sugar lo mako it swoct, A little lemon lo make it sour, A title water to make it weak, A 11 J a littlo brandy 10 give it powor!" A Ror ai. Trio. Tho 'Queen of Por tugal is pretty well, thank you. Likewise Queen Victoria. Likewise the Empress Eugenie. To see a wasp waisled young lady in ringlets and an abundance of flounces, gracefully sail to the hsad of the table, and with 0 voice as angelic as a tenor flute, call to the waiter for a plate of cold pork and beans, is the most trying! thine romance can encounter. M w(Kii:u at 8 o' clock this morning at the residence of tlio bride's father, by the Hcv. A. 13. McCorkel, Mr. M. Henderson of Winchester, Tenn., to Mrs. L. A. Ware, daughter of Maj. W. L. Terry of this place. Tullcdrga paper. Married again, friend dear, To a clever, boaulitul bride, To assist thy bark to steer , Adown lilo's wayward tide. Oh! may no storms thy hark o'ertake Nor winter's chilling blast, May no high winds around it brake Nor gales o'er throw its mast. Oh! may thy sky ho bright and fair Without one cloud to dark, Mayestihou provo no 'worse for Ware,' She prove no worse for ilrA. There is a lady living in Lilooming Grove, Orange- county, New York, by the name of Dinah Drook, who is one hundred and fourteen years old, and yet is intelligent and active, and walks half a mile to church every Sabbath. Shu was thirty-two years old when the Declaration of Independence was made. The Conference of the M. E. Church Sottlh has abolished, by a large ma jority the rule heretofore prohibiting i ministers of that church from buy- inr ami st-iuug slaves. We neuer knew before that such a detestable prohibibitiosi was connec ted with any church, and we are glad that the M. E. Church' has abolished i it. J Dr:.- 11 Lr.TTKits. The dead letter j branch of the (Jcneral Post. OiCice has 'just closed another quarter's work. During llie three months which tcrmin iited on ihe ;i()lh ullimo, there were found letters which contained money amounting in the aggregate to ;?l"J,!)v!l. For the quarter which clos ed .'ellh June Inst, (here were reeived 1,31!) letters, and -ISO in money, for the quarter ending .'iOtb March, letters and Sl.'l,157 in money. (Jourler closed .'Jlst December. 2,37rt loiters and .ii:,3iil in cash. Total in .1 Hie yeill', r,ll)y il tt C IS illld lil,'J.'5!J 111 money. At Court 1 recent term of the Circuit of Jl'lliTson coillltv. Indiana. sixteen married people were turned ' loose, lo marry n;:nin, if llu-y can. (li'abam's Magazine for Xovi'inbcr lias conic to hand. Any person, who wishes, lo examine will lind it at our ollice. Terms of Graham and the Homo Journal, one year, SI. The Winchester "Home Journal' calls babies 'pesliferous little things, and nearly always making a noise." Guess il'he had "made the connection" with Hint Philadelphia (gal he'd change hi.; opinion after awhile. Other peo ple's babies may be "pestiferous," one's own hardly ever are. 7W. What, in the world does the editor of Ihe Post niean? and why don't pa pers in general quit pestering us about babies? We haven't got. nny use for babies, never did have nnd never will. Wc saw ;i man at our last Fair, toat ing two babies round in his nrms nnd if w e hadn't known that he lived near Winehesler. we would have taken him lo be Watkins, of the Shelbyville Expositor. Head the advertisement, of Colyar, Fri.zell & Marks. ' We learn from the New York papers that the American Instituto has olfercd a reward of $.1,000 for tho detection of thu incendiary who set fire to tho Crystal Palace. When tho Irishman first tried peaches he said In; liked the flavor hut thu seeds lay hard on his stomach, The Election. Heffiro going to press we have suffi cient returns to indicate a general defeat in Pennsylvania, Ohio and Indiana Hut il is nol lo be Attributed, wc think, in part, as n cotcmporary suggests, to llie clamor for a high tarilf. A revenue tar ilfis all the constitution permits., and that must nfi'ord sufficient protection. Oilier protection than that allows, will not be sanctioned by the parly which upholds tlio Constitution. Heforo mo nopolies can be granted for the benefit of tho rich capitalists, tho Government must be overthrown. Tlio Democracy Inn a black eye, but its Hood isvp, nnd the next round it will bo the victor. Soul kern Monitor, Philadelphia. Don Moinos is to bo llio capital of Io wa hereafter instead of Dubuque. It will be rcccollccted that an asser tion made by.younj Wise, tho aeronaut, that on ono of his ascensions, he could see the bottoms of rivers and discern the fishes sporting in tlio water, was received with much incredulity. Mr. II, M. Spencer, who recently ascended from Piitsfiebl, Mass., in his account of the excursion, remarks as a curious fact that while passing over the lakes, the 1! Hies ami oilier water plants were dilinctly visible even to their stems in the water when objects very much larger on land could not be distinguished. It is stated that there is not a county in the United States that produces from her own soil morojwealih than Washing ton county, Pensylvania. In ordinary years she sells $250,000 worth of wool, $300,000 wheal and flour, $500,000 coal, e,nd $350,000 sheep and hogn, making a total 01 11,400,000. A - T...II..M ...ft. Intnl.. M. The corn upon which the horses b. longing to the Utah expedition, ere fed, costs only six dollars per bushel. Is the tide of a lihjlhj interesting Story which will he iniblished Thurs day, November 4th. Written espe cially for ihe Home Journal, By "Kinloy Johnson. T)Srn Will won le published in the Winchester Home Journal, a se ries of letters in relation 1o the first settlement, of Franldin County its pioneers, their trials, dr., BY R. WALLACE ESTILL Ne.rt we iv ill reach "Part Second " of the beautiful Story, eih titled who lei tnj published in the Journal. Hack numbers supplied to new sub scribers. Only two dollars per an num. the mmhi only cts 6- per annum, and ro meinlicr that the following per sons write for it : AlltS. AdKMA C. G HAVES, A I iss Alice Cakev, Fjnley Joiinsox, 0. 1). aI ahtix, Send your names to Vf. J. BLATTER, "Winchester. A Fine Hold, elegantly furnished ! also : acres of land, WITH AN Kvcclent Residence and out-houses thereon. A FINE OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE A GOOD TRADE. . I proposo to sell my land, consisting of 2"() acres, lyinj nt. Cowan, in Franklin Co., Tenn., on the Nashvillo and Clmttiinooga R. U. About 1")0 acres aro in cultivation, the rct .incly timbered, and all of it as good as any liiml in the county. Situated on this tract is my private resilience a neat and comfortable dwelliiiir wilh all necessary oat limits. Any one desiring u delightful home wo'il I do well to pure inse this spot. The beautiful views of the mountain ami the site ot'tho LTnivc rnity of the fSuulh, are hifrhly nl Irnctivc niH nlliird a happy relief to the eye. There arc four excellent springs on the Innil, ami in view of the fact that tho University of the South tho fr.-catCHt contemplated inuti- i union of lenrniiiir now known has been lo cated at Sowmioe, only four miles distant, it in evident that in a few years the land I propose to sell will be Immensely increased in value. No mnn who has capital to invest should neg lect this chance lo mako n good bnr;nin ni man wiih keen foresight will.. Lying as this l.inil doc.-", on tho N. & C. Railroad, a ready transportation i oflerod lor all that mny be raised mi it, and in a low years it could all be sold in lots for private residences, at prices sufficient to enlist tho consideration of every riiouey-Bceker. also : I propose to sell tlio "University House," A number one Hotel; Intclv fitted up nnd elegantly furnished from kitchen to pirlnr. Il is silua ed at Cowan four miles from Scwance, and from the pia zo Ihe enrs can be seen after leaving Cowan, until they reach the site of tho University. To see them thus being drawn, by the smok ing "iron horse," along tin ir winding path way up the mountain side, is truly interest ing. Within lit) feet of the door of the bo-, tul is a good well of salubrious water. Thcso propositions may not be open longv and while 1 im in the notion to sell those who wish to purchase would do well lo apply. It is decidedly the best opening for a profitable, investment that can be found. Address JAMES A. ENGLAND. Oct 21. tf Cowan, Tenn. iliuiuii nan ioiui; nuug ir for the murder of a child. When on il, ' scaffold, ho said ho was going to Arkao. J sas, and wished the other Indians to ienj his gun to him after he should getting Two students have been expelled rrot tho University of North Carolina f0, " fighting a duel. The next elections to come off t Louisiana on tho 1st of November; N York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, m;, nois, and Michigan on the 2d; Miry, land on the 3d; Wisconsin' on the 4 and Deleware on the Oth of the sum, month. These States choose eventy.it members of Congross. A man's own good breeding is the best protection against other people's ill ' manners. CHOW CREEK LAND FOR SALE. Hy virtue of an order of sale to me gran ted by the Probate Court of Jackson county. I will as the guardian of George Walker, of fer for sale to the highest bidder at publie outcry In the Town of Stevenson on the 1st Monday in November next Ibe following land situated on Crow Creek ' in said county to wil: South half ot Section 23, north west quarter of Section 33 and west hair of north west quarter of Section 34 all in Township 1, Range 7, Emt, containing in all 5U0 acres. Said land will be sold on credit of three years with interest from the date, the inter est to be paid at the end of each year. Bond wilh good security will be required of the purchaser and a lein retained on the land. .Mr.Talley or Mr, Jackaway will take pleas ure in showing the land to any on wishing to see it. D. M.MARTIN, Gui d.&o, Oct.21it,2