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SlLITff, CAUP & CO., Proprirton.
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W. 2r SaniH And IRA P. JOKES, Editors.
Offloa Sfa. IS. t t t i , Draaerlck fttrveU
rot OOV BKOa,
SOBEET HATT03T, of Wilson.
T. K. Z3LLIC0FF2R, of Xaviam.
; roa e on tor, '' ...,,
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JOSEPH It. ewig.
roa jonrr ttrtntmrtrt,
nnxnv maxev, tr nviiac,n.
..,,... IVevrs Hrt'Titie. ?
. A Jctter from Xaw York nrt : The bil
lUri flayers of thig city were 1 ttle aetonishrd
by three match gum ft played vrater lay at the Ir
Ting Eooro, in which a Mr. Price, an amateur from
Boston, made the fallowing ttw hrH-ms rung
-wbiU pitying canon 'earn igaiW a'Neir York
mateor' fuO rin a f The r rot paraa h cWwd by
ran oi 76, the aecond 81, an I the thiH 87. De
then plyei with the ow0r of the room, Mr. IJIz
ham, the well-known Albany phyer, and thongh
xr. u. utscoimt a him, he wa brat-n. Thia ia
,WfiaU trrtnfd among the fancy,' 4 tallLly.,"
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.... Laft wfk iample of tirer from the Ch!
nrae cane, and al -nhol dintill d from the juice, were
hown atlbeagtjctiltural depot of the ratfnt office,
which place te question of ita capability of cry-
UHtation beyond all doubt. A Chineae yam. 18
Inches in length of a ninjrle seaon, from a bnlb
not exaoilf the riie of a pa was also shown, and
attracted considerable attrition.
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Tne new g irne Jaw of Ohio ia now 1n force.
4 took effect on the first dT of May. It ia unl'
ul to kill any deer or rbbif, or kill or de-troy the
Cpa of an? quail, partridge pr pSeaaant, wild eooee,
dock, turkey, snipe, etc. The killi-g of robbins,
larks, tl rush or ct birds is prohibited at all -imes
of the yer. Birds of prey, crown, crow-blick-
birds, aod red-heaJed wood-pf ck"r., etc., are not
protected. The intention of the law U to protert
the various kinds of came .durine tle.saaoti of
I heir increase; and other bird at all times." -
.... The Lvtehaaw (Pa.) Exprtm, eires sn ac
count of a teirible ecence of eicitement in the Epis
copal Church in thu town, on fia day previous.
The house was crowded to exce, to see a couple
married, and a bench in the fctll-ry gave way und'r
the weight of the crowd stndins;, upon it, when
some one cru-d out that the'gjlery was f-Umg, and
an awful scene ensued. The Exprt aayr: "One
young gentleman was so terribly Tightened that he
quite forgot the lady he ha I escorted to the church,
and made a break through the nearest window,
carrying with him the entire lower section of sah.
He was quickly followed by a couple of ladies, and
others were prevented from leaping out by those on
the inside who had presence cf mind S'lflL-ient to
ee that there was no real dinger, exc-pt that
which arose from the panic. Several ladi s got out
of one of the g tilery wtndowa, decendin! on the
vestry roof, and from thence into the church yard.
A Dumber of Udies fainted, which, with the stream
ing nd praying, the rattling-of blind", and broken
gees, presented a frigh l'al ep-ctade. Those under
the gallery supposed to be fillinz, made a ruh in
the direction of the pulpi', overturning aod slightly
damaging te baptisml font, and carrying away the
bnistT i-i front of the chanc-d."
.... A 1 tier frim Cleves, Ohio, say: Wat. Eck
man, a wealty citino of this place was taken vio
lently ill on the morning of the 15ih', and by having
the prompt and kind services of two erudite Escul-
iaXuses, hi "quietue" about 8 o'clock same dav
Next momiog the defunct Eckm n was kindly 1
towed away in his coffin, and jolted In a market j
wagon to tbe Berea Cuurch, a distance of two miles,
where a funeral aermon was preached by theHev.
Win. Lee. The sol mn thing was about concluded.
th. last hvmn was re.d. and the choir w.a .hont
to "strike up" when they were euddenly annoyed
by discordant and very unmusical sound and kkk.
waich it seemed obvious were going oo inside the
Coffin. You may pocaibly imagine there was some
consternation in that meeting bouse about that time
well there was nothing the for a few minutes.
At 1-snt half of the congregntioo broke for the door,
and the bilance were about to '-follow suit" when
the Rev. Mr. Lee dt-rc oded from the pulpit aod in
loud voic ordered the cofUn toberpeelily open-
.d, which was done, when it was found th.t Wat. ' f y fc . (mnch more lorj3
waaooionty alive and ki. king, but was strugg'i'ig. wal . . ., . . , ,
insnfully to free bimnelf from hi-to him-myate--' any eight c.v.l d.str.cts, 1 should be al
rloa confinement The blood was flowing freely ' lowed to vote as civil districts they al
from his mouth and nose, but in a very few minutes '. ways heretofore having claimed it in all
be waa able to spek. He wis cstried to the bouse conventions, whethcr"S:ate, district orcoun
of Abeam P-tteraon, E q., about twu hundred yard. These two conditions being also refused,
f rom the church, and a p"itaician sent for, who re- . . , , . j .t
.. . . . . there con d be no agreement; aud the con-
aoalaed with him unitl th nest morning,-when be 1 c '
was able to w.lk .bout the room. lie b.s been mention was therefore in-ojerative. And
brought home, and is at this tlma, eight days after 1 1 yet, it is now proposed to hold another
iyi9, about as asual, ouly being quite weak from convention; all these details being unsettled.
eic asive bleeding at the mouth and nose while in y-g sl10iill certainly bear and forbear with
bl,coffi- 'each other. There never was a more im-
. ... Letters recentlv received from Europs ad ... j
rbwih. trustee. of the Sew. York Sut Lbr.ry ' portant struggle than 13 now commenced
that the Orat Seal p. tent O.-Bce of Great Britain ' in Tennessee. But, the facts before us
baa grant id the application, on behalf of the Slate persuade US that it is a great mistake to
of New York, for a crpy of the great work oo 'renew the struggle among ourselves by
patents oow leing pushed by the Bnt.sb govern-
m eot,nd of which but 260eopi.-s are printed. The
whole work will be compl -led in about 740 folio
a od quarto volumes, the cost of which (a single
et) is not 1 -as than f 25,000. About 4,000 will be
required to biod it.
A Washington writer reports it as one of
the Sayings of Rufus Chot, the eminent Maaa
chusetts liwyer and po!itl iio, aid made to the ad
ministration "Make a ri rod to the Pacific; ac
quire Cub; these will be your crown jewel."
.... The light haired En pres. of France has
mad blonde women as fahiooble as hoop petti
coats. While the Utter "freak of frahioo" ia de-
ciJedly repulsive, the rage for blondes is in bar-
mama aa t r li nm t.i ..I. I . " itu
mony uh our higher 'metincts. The fairer a wo
man is, the nearer ia her proaimity to the angtl.
Who ever saw a truuettj Si. CeciliiT, Ia Paris,
we ire told, the; bav form, d a society for the wor
ship and cultivation of blonde; and light-haired
Faxona are at pr.-niium. Siecethe famous "tulip
mania" there has been nothing like this rage for the
W lirn from the New Orleana TIMJ e)f
he lt his'., that a yun man of twenty-three
years of a;e a few evenings preview lt ro bet-
ting ou roul tt forty-teim tKouttnd dtUr; which
bs promp ly paia up.
.... The Danville (Penn ) Amtriwi saya that a
oH mortem examination, ui Mr. Uontgwmvry, who
died from tbe NatbuJ Qey 1 malady, eihiaitedei.
tensive abrasion of the mucous or lining coat of tne
totaach, aod tbe cut re destruction of tbe mam
braoe, both at the car li.c and pyloric orifice, with
a goeral loa of tone, or diorgat)UaUoa of the
tboraele and ahdwuio! iorra. 'The Amtriean
bat not Idarced tbstr opinioa in regrd to the par
ticalar agent of thia wreck, buithe phyaiclans sgret
that it la tte reault of poiaon.
.... Tlie Cbica;;? V', lo noticing the orsuon
of Mr. Everett, deEverVd for the accood time io
that city oe Thuodry eveuing, says: "The ora-
tion is pr.bab!y one cf the mr si BuUbed f roJuc-
tior.8 of the kind we luve evrr listentd to. &D- .j
Of tbe paessges are truly trilliact, aud yrt tiere ia
tula display. It may be ! to be pure Intellect
thutcrrles swy the iuaaes who hang on Lis lipa.
He to aloqft In the very bht aenae of th,
r4. HU oratory U 4 tb old school, jl i( the '
Boat graooful and attractive character'. ll sM)!-,
is easy, without beiof low; captivating, without
inhr Wrilluut, withoet boobaaU
SATURDAY. MAY 9, 1857.
American Candidate ft Cona;re
the 8th District. . '
Oar' neighbor "of the Pannir publishes a
call, signed by a hundred names from
Montgomery' county, for a Convention to
nominate an American candidate for Con
gress in this district. We cannot but feel
regret at this movement. One Convention
having already been held; an eicitinj con
test having' been passed through; theie
being now butone name before our friend
we do not see the necessity for, or the safe
ty in, inviting a renewed contest, tending,
as all contests among political friends do,
to impair onr general strength, in the face
of an ever vigilant and restless enemy, who
are now preparing to place in the field one
of their very strongest men. Gen. Zolli
coffer, who has once submitted his name to
a Convention, has so satisfactorily rrpre
sented the district that we have heard no
complaint against him he is now a candi
date for re-election, and is the only Ameri
can candidate before the district- Why
bring out opposition? Questions arising
before the recent Convention hiring no con
ntditm with the names of aspirants before it,
produced 6nch apprehensions of danger,
should a contest take place in it, that, be
fore the Convention met, for the sake of
unity and harmony, that contest was avoid
ed by the withdrawal of the names of can
didates for the nomination, and a nomina
tion was made by acclamation carefully
avoiding all contest. When that nominee
declined, it was believed, on all hands, that
there would be danger in calling a second
convention before which the fame exiting
questions, rendering the first inoperative
and hazardous, were still unadjusted. In
deed, a proposition to postpone that
Convention to a later day, was, for that
reason, when made on the day of its meet
in?, declined. That danger, in onr appre
hension, is now greater than at first. If
the pending conflict could be otherwise re
moved, was it not the safest course to ap
ply to other means? Another course has
been pursued. The other gentlemen, whose
names had been discussed, have declined,
and Gen. Zollicofler h the only candidate
in the field. Why should another, at this
late day, be brought out, and a renewed
struggle and division commenced? No
doubt a portion of onr friends prefer an
other, or others, to Gen. Zollicofler; bnt
there is no man in the district of whom this
might not be said. Gen. Zollicolfer's friends
once yielded their preferences for the sake
of harmony to a favorite son of Montgom
ery they also yielded, in a spirit of com
promise, upon those questions connected
with the basis of representation which ren
dered the first Convention inoperative.
They had asked that a basis, almost identi
cal with that since adopted by the Ameri
can State Convention, be adopted; and it
was refused. They then agreed to assent
to any basis which might be designated,
provided it was made uniform in the differ
ent counties of the district; which was aleo
refused. They then proposed that each
county should have votes in Convention in
proportion either to the number of its whole
voting population, or its whole American
vote, giving to Montgomery, and other
, countie3f one vote for every hundred voters,
! and to Davidson county one vote for every
I hundred and twenty five voters, m Other
words, giving to Montgomery twenty five
votes advantage in every hundred. lms
' also was refused! When told that others
; desired that the vote should be taken by
: civil districts, Gen. Zollicoffcr's friends as
sented cheerfully, only conditioning that
each civil district should be allowed to
vote its own known sentiments, as reflected
thrnu ;,, deWates. and that the eisht
; rjunfing into another convention contest.
We believe Gen. Zollicofler is the choice of
a larre majority of our political friends,
and this belief is based upon careful iuqui
ry. The hearts of the great masses are
with him. We will not veuture to make
an assertion for Robertson, Dickon and
Stewart counties; but we may be indulged
in saying, in the language of our contempo
rary of the Banner, that "our friends in
Davidson, with almost, if not entire una
nimity, arc of the opinion that the mostef-
f . , tQ t rid 0f lne embarrass
ments arising from the declination of Maj.
I Henry, is to unite in giving to the distin
guished gentleman now in the field a vig
orous support." We can but trust that
such of our friends in Montgomery as ak
fjr a convention, will carefully and dispas-
onately consider all the circumstanced,
and Spure the party IQ UHS OlStriCl an
j iatemeciiie conflict, the result of which W
1 greatly to be apprehended, by every one
who desires the success of the American
flfCol'-'DiMAMi E. IIolwks litu been
nsuiioated at the American and WLijj candi
date, far the Uoa of Heprosen utlves from
' , T"aIr. Iaaao J. P.aeH has recti vel t!
Aueiicaa and Whig Domination for the Sen
ate io the district roiutKwed v( Gibson, Dyer,
aud Carroll. Mr. Raich is no ati anger to ll.e
V'gialatur of Ttooe-Mre, having Leretcf.r
I airveJ iu that hoJy with tioaorto Litnself and
t tjj A Bw etpUiive coanpMud ha beea
pateoud, conaUUng of ragi and Ppf Mterated
and coated with mn tat a of gunpowder, eLloeau
of poUaaa and powdvrrd eUo-d corkv It is stated
one pocod of it, at a price ol hmlt the same weight
of gscpowder, posraae an amount el (tkivs
forte eqeal W threo poends of gupodr'. X
great addition! advaolije alo charactetU ea lt,1ta
nrlodinf with very hiile ttaoka.
Lrrsor Tar-Pifo-WAjio, Chief of the rhinwalnrorrection.
E J, M iltok HacKia, author of Coaaa de Vgpagsa," "tUa
oT Schamy I," etc, New York : Dix, Edwarda tie .
The History, of China is involved in the
cV)st mystery. The occasional -glirapees
which we obtain, only serves to make the
gloom 'which overhangs ir,the more profound.
The : exclusive, non-intercoarse policy of that'
Empire", has precluded the rest of tlie world
from any. intimate koowledge of even the pres
ent state of the great maw of the people. Un
der the liberalizing influences cf. the christian
missionary, a brighter dawn eeenis to he break 1
ing opou ibis Eastern world. The subject of
tbe volume before os, is" the most extraordina
ry man who has flooriahed in China, since the
dajs of Confucius.' If he does not sncceed in
all his aims, be will have done a great work
for his people. His biography, as connected
with the Insnrrection, of which he i the head,
and embodying much of. the religious and so
cial habits of the Chinese, cannot but prove
interesting to a large circle of readers.' '
Ta Connor Ji-Mi; Hit Mutqusrad. BrHsBMiaMaL
TiLiv. author of 'Piaaaa Tale?," Omoo," "Tjpee," etc
New York : Dix, Id ward A Co.
The announcement of a new hook from the
pen of Herman Melville, is sufficient to attract
attention. To those who have read Typee,
and Oujh, no book authorized by Melville,
can escape a reading. The subject of thia
work tlie "Confidence -man" is somewhat out
of his ueaal vein. The scenes are taken f. om
aboard a ilissisippi steamer, and includes men
and things as tliey occur and appear between
Su Louis and New Orleans. It preserves a
fine interest throughout.
Tae Bar Pits ;A Tal of Sao England Colonial Life. By
J. O. Hollixd, author of the "History of ft eiUru Maaa
chuaetu," etc. Jaw Vofk : P. Putnm k Co.
& As its title iridicates, this work relates to ear
ly oolonfaf life in NewEngland." ' Ic is one of
tbe ife'ry'Iew ante-Revolutionary stories which
is not given oyer to "the. Tomahawk and Scalp-ing-knife.
. It ia a well written story of theao
cut condition. of affairs among the early de
aceudants of the Puritans, and is, so far as tbe
character of fiction will allow, a truthful tran
script of the manners, customs, and habits of
the Primitives of New-Eoglaod.
Mind and Mi-ma; Or,Phj$ioal Inquiries in a SerUt of
ttayi" intended to itinerate the mutual relatione of the
PhytioiU organization and the men'al ii&tUie. By Sir
BmjiMia Baow-.Ba-t D. C. L., Ice-President of tbe
Suyal Society. New Tork : O. P. Putnam a Co.
Toe relation between mind and matter has
long been a favorite theme with the profuund
et thiuktr.-. It ia a sut ject of great import
ance; but its discussion has generally assumed
too much of tbe ppecuiativeand metaphysical,
to be of much interest to the great masses'.
Sir Ber.jamin Brodie, has brought to the sub
ject great powers of mind, aud txieusive iu
fjnnation. lie treats it in an able and luatter-f-fiCt
manner, adopting the form of dialogue.
We have derived much pleasure from a peru
sal nf this volume. .
AfasTClor thb Geologt or TMSsaa Embracing a de
ter ptioo of ita minerala and ores, their variety aod quan
tity, modes of assaying and va ue ; with adeacr pU n of iu
aoils and productiveness and Paisountology By RicH.ao ).
Cukbit, Ji. M , M D , ate Professor of Chemistry and O ol
ogy in ast Tennessee Uuireraity. Knoxrille, Tenn: Priut.
ed by Kiasloe a Rice.
The name of Dr. Cnrrey is fimiliar wiih
most of the people of thia State, as au indus
trious student of the Natural Sciences. This
contribution is plain, short, aud priciioal. To
the man of eoience, the practical mi tier, and
the farmer, it will be of great service. We
are pleaded to see any exertion, esecially on
the purl of our citizen?, to develope aud bring
to light the hidden treasures f our favored
Slate. The book btfare nsis accompanied by
a Ufefcl and well prepared map, by Profsd3or
SatFurd, State Geologist,
We are indebted to the authors and publish
ers for the above works, through W. T. Berry
& Co., Booksellers of this city, of whom copies '
may be obtained.
We have also receivtd the "Key to the Ge
ology of the Globe," by Prof. Owen, of the
University of Nashville, which we will notice
at greattr length, in a few days.
For U a Patriot.
Wlnckea:er staid Alabama Itallrord,
Winchester, May 7, 18S7.
Quite an enthusiastic meeting of the 'Winchester
anJ Alabama Railroad Company was hell here to
day G. M. Fogg, of Xahvill , presiding, und the
Mayor of this place (Jouh FaizraLL, q .) acting
A vote cf thanks to Mr. Yenable, late FrfsiJent
of the road, was adopted, and he addressd the
meeting in an animated f'yle, cot gratulaiing the
p. ople upon tbe prospects ol thia iu porlant wotk.
JoUu M. Bright, E-q , of Fayetteville, addresstd
the meeting iu an loqaent manner, which were
Lincoln county has recently subscribed about
$100,000 to this road, for the put pose of havioican
arm of about 18 miles, to run down to F. yetuville.
Her atock aod stockholder were to-day received
into the company, and waa sl'owi d five Directors.
Nashville has some $50,000 in this road, and has
also five Directois, as haa this county (Franklin.)
The Board consis s of fifteen Dirt-ctots.
The new Board was elected to-Jay, and is com
posed of the following genii ;men:V. K. Steven
son, G. M. Fogsr, Andrew Anderson, A. L. Dvis,
and J. U. Ki'owles, for Nashville; J. M. Burrough,
J. U. Rusey, Robert C. Smith, Itsdiaoo Porwr,
and Thomas F. Moscl. y, for Franklin county; B.
Wbitaker, II. K. Iso, B. F. Clark, John M. Bright,
and J. G. Woods, for Lincoln coonty.
At a meeting of the new Hoard, CoL V. E. Ste
venson was unai imously elected rreaidcDt, F. T.
Eat 11, S-creary, and J R. Bright, Treasurer.
Great ere it is due Co'. Stevenson for bis eier-li-ins
in bt-balf of ihia work, and ep cially for his
fTorts in asiiting to get op the saoecriptions in
Lincoln county. Yourr,
f. w. n.
1 be- True Ground.
The N. O. Delta, !n an article of considera
ble length, suggests a remedy to prevent the
border slave States from falling nnder the ef
forts of the abolitionists It says: -
The remedy is pWn enough. For eiample,
Uarjltnd ha 00 308 alavea; Virginia, 472 628;
K Dtucky,tin,98i; atisoori, 87 422. I heaeState
from their position have lutig be. n rejirded as the
piquet sentinels of slavery. Th-T my rea'tai the
anu lavi-rv prware, bat slf-defencv should or:e
the Stales Wing aooth of them to look to tbe p-n
manency ( the institution along lb' frooti- r, and
render "aararance doubly sure." Tbiscan be don
bv pa-ainz stringent enactmext preventing tbe ftur
States aoove named Ircm empl) lug their slave popn
taiios, as they are i ow doii.p, into the country
eoathof liieir boundaries, unul all tear of emanci
pa tion shall h'V b-en dispt-11 d. Wiih a Uve
lopu'a'joo el 8Cl 99, to ny B th ng of the eatar.l
litem f, in lour euu-a couUium ouly an area of
177 41 J square a 11 a, it la highly improbable that
the idee of emancipation would be tolrrt"d (or
eoouirnt. Te free dearly sine hundred thoaaand
praooa beld to involuntary st-rvitode, wooli be lo
burden tbe Slate with paupers ted put free n-rro
labor in succrsful con p taioa with free white
labor. Colooii.tion woitlJ be out of lbs question,
and the result ouM be rManca to t'e asaib M
Notthera agressioo. Coniutoa danger aad com
wiott Uurei would compel Maryland, Virginia,
Kentwcky aod waa Mbsonrt, tokerp op a prtta-ir.-est
alluoce with Jte Carolina, TeuueSav, Arkan
ae, Georgia aod tbe Galf St.iej
' la this way, tbe slaee eio4us can be stopped,
and tbe daosf-r avertwd. MryUod caa look oo
VireUi and Virairla waryhad, as '
T!aia!:itWk ea Uaralboa
' Aa4 Urtfeou Im Ita tef."
I lltT The LoiJoa prs j l .t CharUa Raada's
ntf. I, "Ncvtr to Lata to Maort," Is having en Ito
UUM.rea Ip EgUil. h ia almost a tuceveai.il
is a.h s fjuci Tom' Cli" awd stscaaWv'a
Uattorj. ,"- '
Saridson Connty prins; Fattr
Fibst Dit Thcbsdat, Mat 7.
ieeJ Stallion Entrie Ebony by J. L. Burt
of Williamson con David by Dr. John Shelby, and
a s-alliOB by P. A. Cartwright Tbe first nmod
animal took the fi st premium of $50, and Dr. Shel
by' tbe second of $20.
The premium for the .best Three Tear old Mood
horse was Uken by Gen. W. G. Harding. Premi
Ttco Year Old Colts Entri-a by Charles Mor
gan of Sumner, two by Dr. Shelby. - Thie ntle
man's colt, Mark Totmir. took the first premium of
$10 ar-d Socks the certificate. '
.Blood More Both premium for four yer old
mares 'wer uken bv Col. Geo. Elliott of Sumner
Premium $30 a.l $10. - - "
Three Terr Old FiUy. The first premium for
tie bet three year oil filly was taken by Ab. Tur
ner of Nashville. Premium $20. Dr. Shelby's fil
ly, Bettie Martin, took the second premium of
$10. '. ' t , ' 1
The premium for the best Two Tear old filly was
taken by Gen. W. G. Harding. Premium $10.
. ' swcimaKKS.
' For Horse There were only two entries for
tbe Sweeptkes for the bet bore. Gn. Hardir g
enterine Chllde Qarnll, and Dr. Shelby, Socks.
Considerable interest was excited owing lo the
vnlue of th prize.-' It was decided In fivor cf
Gen. flaHii.g'e ChiMe HaroR Premium $100.
For Mart and Filley Entries by CoL G.
Elliott; AK'Turnr and Gr n. W. G Ilarding. The
premium was taken by Col. Elliott. Premium
$50. . :. . - ..
... BIDIHO TOCK.
Kent Four Tear Old Stallions. Enlri , Grey
Eale, by C. H. Ilotstettt-r; Marshnll Key, ly
Johnson and McGavock; and Lui Npol-on, br
T. Fanning Marshall Nry took tbe fiM pre
miun of $40, and Louis Napoleou the second, of
$20. . - . -
TVo Tear Old Colts Entries by C. P. Horn of
Wil.-on'ctnntv, Thos. Miller, do; J. L. Kirkpit
rick, do; Robt. Gwynn, do; and J. VV. Ewing of
Rutherford. The colt Bob Hattbn, owned by Mr.
Eiikpatri' k took the premium of $10.
Tearliig.k premium of $10 was given J. A.
Payi'e tor lh beet vearling.
Sickling. Frai k Dunninpton owned by J. V.
Williamson of Wilson, took the premium of $10
as tbe best suckling.
BBKKDIKQ M ABES.
Tbe first premium of $20 was awarded to P. A.
Cartwright tor the best animal of this cl.is,
and a premium of $10 to T. Fanning for the second
best. Three Tear Old Filly.C. A. Nichol took tbe
premi nn of $10 for the rst two year ol i fi ly.
One pear old Ft ly. Entries by L. Vivrett, J.
V. William-oil and P. A. Cartwrignt. Tbe pre
mium of $10 waa taken by L. Vivrttt.
For the best Stallion or (Jolt. Entries by Robt.
Gwymi, Tboma Forbi. L.. Viverelt, P. A. Cart
wright, nod Johnson' & McGavock. Marshall Ney,
own. d by tbe latttr gentlemen look tbe prcminm
Bent Mar or Filly. Entries by Hobt Gwynn,
Thos. Fotbi., L Vivrett and P A. Cartwright. R
Gwynn took the primium of $!".
Tbe different piizes were handsome silver pitch
era and goblets.
Second Dai Friday Mat 8.
The day was exceedingly fine, and the Fair pre
S -nted a gay and auimated scence st an early hour.
The ladies were out in goo. ly numbers, and on t'ie
iiroun Is outside of the amphitheatre were many
fine equipages, besides a large display of machine
ry and implemeuts which were added since tbe day
previous. ; .
Tbe prizes were displayed at the desk of tha
SecreUty, consiftiog of Silver Pitchers, Cup, Gjb
lets, Ac, aod were indeed superb, both in design
Best Four Tear OW. The premium was award
ed to F. R Raiua' Black Mammoth for the best Jack
of this cl is.
Beit Thre Tear Old Jack Colt. Entries by
Ja. Rtins, Big Blur, M. R. Cjckrill sod P. A.
Cartwright. First premium awarded to Marengo
Mammoth, the property of P. A. Cartwright. Tbe
second premium to thu Jack of M. R. Cockrill
The Jm-k, Big Blue, belonging lo Jas. Rains, was
decided to he worthy of honorable mention. -
Tico Tear Old Colts Entries by S. B. Frot,
Pri ce 4lbert; Frost & Pollock, Jas. Buchanan;
and Park Street, Fillmore The latt-r took tbe
premium and Princt Albert the certificate.
0 Tear Old Colts. Premium awarded to E.
W. Uyde'a Black Spaniard.
Sucklings. Premium awr led to F. R. Rains.
Bsst aged Jennets.. Entries by F. R. Rains and
W. R. Ellitftou. The latter gentleman took the
first premium of $20, aud the former the second
premium of $10.
Best two year old The premium was taken by
W. R. Eilibion.
Ttarliug. The premium was taken by Park
For Best Jack. Entries by F. R. Rains, M. R.
Cockrill aud E. W. Uy le. The premium of $50
was awarded to Black Mammoth, tbe property of
F. R. Rins.
Bent Jmnet Tbe premium of $25 waa taken by
W. R. Elliaton.
Bet StJliom.Tht Tennessee Lava Stock Co.,
made two entiies. Thee two horses were driven in
buggies, and, from their extreme beauty andsyme
try, won the admiration of all present. Xaugatuck
look the $40 premium and Eaton the second pri
miuui of $20.
Best thre ye r old. The premium of $20 was
aaardrd lo W. J. Phillips. L
Bett two year old. Entries by D. H. 0. Spence,
Juo. Harding Jr., Tennessee Live Stock Co , M P.
Cockrill and Dr. Anderson, of WiUon. IRavathi,
owned by Dr. Anderson, took the premium.
Yearling Th premium for the best yearli ig
waa laieu by D. U. 0. Speuee, of the Wcbsuir
Stock Co., of Rutherford.
Suckling. Tne premium was taken by W. H.
Best four-year old Mars. Two entries by T.
Fanning and one by J. T. Odom, of Sumner co.
Queen, owned by T. Fanning, lock the premium of
$20, and Finny Fern, owned by Mr. OJou, took
thu second of $10.
2i4 three-year old FVley.Tbt premium was
ttketi oy Leuly S folk, the property of T. Fauuio;,
and Glnudora, oeued by J. W. Goodrich, th cer
tified. 3 W'ii7. The premium waa tkea by P. A.
Sucklings Two entries by F. R. Rains and one
by D. 11. wc.tiavot k.. Th firal named gentleman
look the pr:Hiium.
Bett Jlori. Entries by Frank McN'alry and Dr.
Foster and by the Tennessee Live Stock Company.
Premium of $50 given to WathingtoH, owned by
the first named gentleman.
Bett Mure. Premium of $23 Uken by T. Fan
The first premium was awarded to Ron, owned
by Barnes a;id Singleton, of Sumner. Tbi bul
lock weighed t,"50 ha. Th stcwd premiaa to
Dennis owned by the rame, tod weighed 1,800 lb.
The eertificatt to Iid LUzie, owned by the earn,
and weighing 1,900 lo. f be cutl were rais d
by C E. Dou6le, of Sumner and wiD be told ou
lb Fair Grounds to-day.
' A premium waa swarded to M. It Cot krill, . fur
entile of tbe Durbaes breed, aad a premium to the
Tennessee Livs Stock Co., for their Dvcnabir
ng premium was given to J. C. Bajie
(jt bis Betkrhire hejs. .. '
: CARRIASB ABB BCflT A!mAU.
Bt Mulched Cmriagt Gjtg. IU; tries, by
U. S. Spooaler, H often wn co , A. B. Kewaom,
Wilaoa to, H. W. pamphry, Ratbcrfvxd eo
C Uanroer, W, T. Ga!dojtT. A. Lefiakh, Maary
co.. J & Geatw, do. and T. K. McN'alry. The dis
play was very fine, aad was, by far, the tuott la
t Tt(iu frtare of the dys proceaniings. Alter
a ckta cooutl th first pfemion was awarded to
U. 8 Bponaler. aod the aeoobd to Mr. nBaer. '
" For fct. Louts.
IMmim. wit THU wV, aa
e'ttKk , au Jtawaiftil mfum e' ara,a m
auytU.'. .., - tl k lii Tu .t , A g-ai.
bessce aod Manafrcr.
. J. u. UAnraa.
jHI eighth night of the engagement ol tha celebrated
: tfiW CBLEAK3 OPERA CO XP AST,
SATURDAY 1VKMSG, B!av t, 18ST, will prascnted lor
tb fir.t time la this city the celebrated bar.esqoe. aDiilsu :
P0CAE0 ITA8 ; Ott, THE GESTLE SAVAGE.
Ta conclude with the beautiful Opera, of the
DAUGHTER OF THE REGIMENT.
Herr Leopold Ton Se.bict, Jlosicai Director. - -TSckeU...
. AT THE FAIR GROUNDS! "
G XI. WGrTiJTl.S
MAGIC COM & COB MEAL-MILL,
HAS obtained the PRRMitJw Over BALDWIN'
X'-CKUr R MIL'. The MAGIC MILL took tte
Pbkmium or"!' the .iiw Mi'l at Kallimora, Maryland; Rich
iT.ond, Norly.k aud Vtteraburg, VlrglaU; aad Pittsbartk,
P nnsjlva iia. Tbe urir.d n(-teeth can be replaced whaa
worn out. as tie point to a p ough, for $ i.
CJS Those Alula taa be bad of.
ma-lt. MACET HAMILT55.
Attention Farmers and Gardners!
A ratS II arrival of 'resh an- early Cabbage Seed.
hiot-k: B'ack-eyed and Japsn Peas.
tti l )ef.,a -eapprsof Chinese SucarCane Seed. Now
is the t me lorp'aoucg.
A tmall quaatitvof Millet ad IltnTs-rrasi 8el; and
Buck beat on band; all of which a-e fnr sale low, by
B & WEI L&R.ftr.
ma. 9 - dSw. No. 07, routh Market Street.
JLate Irri vals
W have recently received ou Second Purchase cf
Boots & Shoes. Hats & Straw Goods,
And can sow offer to merchants huyirff in this
market an extetsive stock of
FRESH AND DESIRABLE G3CDS.
GARDNER, SIIEPIIEI1D 4c Co.
GR UXD Y CO UNTY, TENX.
THIS faverite S immer report, ill be opened tor tbe re
cpii n of viitora on the li'. of Jane next.
A new Hotel ba'liliog mnd many new Cabins hare been
erected, and all will be fii'Dl-h'd with ett.rely new ano ap
prrpriate furmtarv aod aTa igemeiits r perfected to
nave tbe table supi If d wiih a tbe Uxaries ari't delicacies
of the eson tiooj Bawlinir Alleys and a doe Ball Hocm,
aupp.ird wiih music, are gratuitously coomba-ed forme
be.Uh aud amue nDt of itueU.
W ioei and Liqo' rs, of go d quali'y, wilt bs lapplied for
tat le aod ruom ue, bji n.j alooa will be opeoed.
Gambling; is po-it. velf proli.biied auJ oo jrv.f9iooal
Gambler uefd apply for rocui.
th fpriDK ore kCOMib.e by Railroad to McMion
vt'le. theijce By good Crache- 8U mile; aod good Hntel
c om nodai toas will b .- f.uuJ at both Tollahoma and M !
Mmiiville, lor those preferring to re Lam over at enner
plare, on iheir wxy. Arrui;ementa a e made o hva
Hacks, Bugies anil bjildle nor.i fir hire an 1 goodsta
bniiK. pruviUtu lor iboe bnngicg with them ti air. oo
he Totd from MiMianville to the base of llio mountain,
has been put in fine ir..er, and ihe mountain road gradel
aud iail of as in tnt A daily mad will be receircd
Irom Nahviile curing the viniiiag seam. .
Ihe enure maiiagcu.ei.t of ihe tusiuess of Ihe Hotel will
devlv upon Ja-. . Foes fjr two ytara past at the tiiy
Uo el, Na. bvi le.
Fki. as - ti per day $10 per week and $S3 per month.
CM ditn an'i servants I al p ire
W No extra charge Kr Are or lights.
JAUJL; I. HPS A CO.,
Brerheba Springs, Msy 8. Proprietors.
d tojuly t.
T "HE subscriber u.s leasen tins uel'g. ifjl estahtlshment
for a teruof yeara, ai d nas .at it Id good lepair, fur.
nisbei and rfitnJ tb.ou ghoul ; provided an zc:lient
uami o luuaic; tes of o.okj and servants, and is detarmla ed
to ki ep it io a manner c e li aide to hioiself, and worthy of
the public (.auouHgo. Will be opened to the public oo ma
firtt of Juds. lyrca is twu well inuwn to oecd particular
U'acrip ion. J MbSuEO.
The Joui nal, Louisville: Pica tune. New Orleans: Adver
tiser, Mob. le; Kepubikao, Bavaan'h; Mereurv, Char eno;
ui.r nteie, Au.uaia ; ijile anl knq Irer, M.mphia ; Na
t iOi-a. ijojjonuui aioui.d Citi, will tach pu hah ihe above
10 lne at. oot of 5 .nd send Hie r bill - to thia oJice.
ARMSTRONG & CO,
Manufacturers, Agents and)Dealers
ix all kixds or
Building Materials, &c,
Ao. GO, Market Street.
KALJT0IT8 OHIO EIGHT HORSE POWER
THRESHES AND CLE&KEB;
OHIO FOUR HORSE THRESHER WITH STRAW
OHIO F3TTR HOWE THRESHER WITHOUT
TWO HOaSE RAILROAD POWER THRESHER
ONE HORSE RAILROAD POWER THRESHER
Reapers 4V lIoiccrs.
HEW TORE HAND REAPERS;
RUOQ'S C0X2IED REAPER AND BOWER,
SINCLAIR'S POWER STRAW CUTTER, 4
S ASDFOa.D'3 HAND STRAW CUnER, Sdsai.
PUHPHRET'S PREMIU FAN KILL";
VAN PELTS CELE2RATED FAN KILLS ;
BUILDING MATERIALS, &S.
600 EELS. HTDRAXTLIC CEXENT ;
150 BBLS. PLASTER PARIS;
2.000 IE1S WHITE LEAD;
SO BBLS, LINSEED OIL;
000 BOXES WINC0W GLSS-Aawrti Sises ;
10,000 U03T8 WINDOW SASH " M
it PAIR WI DOW BUNDS
25 XA&BLEIZED IRON MANTLES.
W fctya a Urya awrtmant of PLOWS, CTL
TITAT0RS, CORN SHILLERS. CORN PLAIT
ER, HARROWS, H0RJE RACKS, ROAD SC2A
PXSS, CRUSHERS, .
W art Af tat for
W03DS PORTABLE ST2iat IN0INE3 ;
J4UBNS CIRCULAR SAW ItTLLS; -FASER'S
WOOD CARTINQ MATHUIS;
. BEDWELVS S NUT Xl CHINES;
CIRCULAR SAWS tar liavrtaj Cord Wsi; "
SETXCUA'S 1AIN HULL.
AnMJTR0.;0 & CO.
U.lvm h.viog autiitr.UrftG4kw A Ca.. ror
trvd aad lege ina, ar r-ffrtus a new
av th aa isa4.atcly, lor Mttieaavav Aad JS
perteaa oateg th Cuaera, er trnt aaoMak ar r
fort'id t saa-e tetae4i ua pyia.
, W irfru "iM avt, Uaa, la a Sborai Matte, s tha
re.r tnJv a lows I apaa aa, aad auta atwrtt
aaa ! moUvium of IA aasM. wbaa. !!
4a js ww ikaJ b a&dar fcaadwaj agaia
)LOU a-(!l epwri Pina( iNwwaewtand aad
TENNESSEE SPRING FAIB, .
TO BK HELD AT THB
State Asiicnltnral Fair Gronndsj
Commencing Thnrsdaj, May 7th. 185T.
aaa continuing inree daj3.
THIS Fair wilt be one of tba annat Interesting and eater
laininf exbib iomof the kind ever hed in Tniera.
The best 8'e k of the eoantrr. North n1 Son'.h, will be
exhibited, (Tiring an opportuoity for examining and pa'-eha-lna;
Vaiuaile a nina's. seldom azteaded U tha eitiiens
this roan ry. Tie Png amma for the Fnriai: Fair J
ex'-eusive, aod the awards Kr all daises of ka.m .It Terj
PltST DAT. Thur-dat, Tra. Will be dTtml to th t
eihHdtion of Blood Hor-eJ, Bruud Mrea and Rjdioghtoca.
' nrece asse in each deprtmeut, aad tweep atakeslbr titw
fcee Animaf. of n age
8r C )N D D T. F-idaT. 8rH Jac Stock, Harnaaa Hor
era; carriage aod Bia.y -nraila, Farm aad Dra't l
aiauj, running Implemen i. aad Macninerj, ooeep, swine
aod 'at tie
THIKD OtT.'aTcanar tra. A grnd Calcde cf all
Animals shown, and exbtottion of Ridioa Stork. 8 iia of a'l
finds o Anima-a, Farmioc linpletneDta and Miscallaaeoua
Articles. , -
1 he Tennessee Lire Ftoek fV.mnan will close oat to the
hL'hest bidder, with ut rrserve. a trraier dotUjB of tha
mrcX recrntl t mnortd bv them
Manr o her parties have already sigDtBed their intention
of offering Stock ' c , (or sale, and it is confide t)T expected
that nisale will be an interest! g featme of tha Fair.
Aa ample ramrementa a. a made to accomrBO'iate all who
may attend, and the season being pleasant and inviting, wa
expect a great turn out.
OFFICERS, Davidson county
maj " Agricultural Society.
'.Royal Havana Lottery.
T'HE next ordinary drawing of the Royal Havana
Lottery, conducted by the Spanish Government, un
der the supervision of tha Captain General of Cuba, will
lake place at LUvaaa, on
Wednesday, May 27th, 1857.
rteo ftiimero 81 Ordinatrl.
Capital lrlAC 100,000 Dolls,
t Prise of...
4 Priaeaof 12,00a
ft " 1,IH
14S M 400
30 Approximations.... 06
4 Approximations to the tlOO.000. of 1C00 each; 4 of 400 ta
SO.OOO; 4 ol 400 to SO.iKKl; 4 of 400 lo '.0,000; 4 Of 400 to ao.uuw
Whole Tickets $20 ; Halves $10;
Prises cashed at sight at 5 per cent discount.
Bills on the Nashville city Banks taken al par.
A drawing will be forwarded as 1000 aa tha result become
tPtV Communications addressed to DON ROnRIorrz,
(care of City Pott, Charleston. o. Ca.,) until Ma - 17th,
will he attended to. " Itnaja m
7 E have opened our D pot on Union street, nex t dor
' io Lonirburst A Co 'a Cjuf ctionry, vr wa will
aapplv our customers with lo. t 1 X cent pe ' nounl,
may4-lw. C K. H. MAitilM UOFF.
THE SOUTHERN ADVOCATE,
Um the hirgmt circulat'on o' any paper in 5orth Ala
bam a, and la, therefore, a most desirable dvrrtixing
Medium fir those desiring to communicate with the Public
in thatentire region, through one channel. It circulates
fry gmsrallj in Madisoo, Morgan Limestone. Law ence.
La derd de. Franklin, Jackson, Marshall, PeKab and
Blount counties, with whlc i counties Nashville is in daily
connection by rail'oaJ, and in a few hours. Advert se
mfnts correctly and conspicuously inserted at reasonable
Reference Is had to the Fditors of the Patriot, and of
th Cut" Jt American, In Nashville. Addresa
MayT-2w W. B. FIGURES, Huntavllie A'a,
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Book Sellers and Stationers,
Xo. C9 Market & No. G Union St.,
Fashions for May.
FRANK LtaUlU QAZErTC Of r ABUI ,NA for May jott
received by HA0AJ1 A BRO.
HAHPEa'9 MAQaZINI for Maj, just receivd by
apr2 HaGAN M BaO.
QODFT3 LADY'S BOOK FOR MAT Just received by
Aprilll II ft AN BRr.
TAGGART? SERMON?. Sermons by Charlea Ma'OO
Taggart, late Colleague Pastor ol the Toltarlan Cha ch ia
Charleston, S. 0. With a Memoir. By John U. Uya od.
One vol., 12mo. Price IlitS.
BORDER ROTER. Tha Border Rover. A new Sovtl,
by Emtoerson Bennett. Two vols , piper, ft.
TIVIA. Vivia; Or, Tha ferret of Power. A new Ro
mance, by Mrs. South worth. Two vol ., paper. Price, tl.
For sale by HAGAN A BRO.,
Valuable Historical Works
For Sale br
CHARLES W. SMITH.
Ro'tin's Ancient History. In 4 volt;
Tha Q leans oi England, by a goes Strick'and;
Tba Q'leene of ,-co:ld, by Agnes Strickland;
Bancroft 'a Hi to 7 of the United Ptaie-;
The French Revolution, by M. A. Thiers;
Larasrtlce's His'ory of tba Girondists;
Reamer's Political HMory of Et gland;
Marau!eya History of togland;
Grote'i History of Greec;
Robertaon'a Charlea th Fifth;
Arnold' Later Roman Commonwealth.
A IT story of Ing'anl illustrated with oomerout wo d
ent, published by Charlea Kol.ht A Co., London, which will
be told very eiep may!
Royal, M'dtum, Deo.i, and Cap aiaas, full bound.
Cap slse, haif bound.
Mrmorandum Books, with and without locks.
Pass Book, aH siaet.
Railroad Rere pts.for tha N. A C.and T. A A.Rai'raad.
Bills of Ladioa, arna'd's Fluid, Maynard k Noye's Ink,
Guisot's and Arno'd's Red Inks Hot Ing Paper. Sand,
Quills Letter and Cap Paper, Account Paper, Eavelopce.Ac.
For sa a by apr?9 aa C H AS. W. SMITH.
0W1N0 TO THE HTJUTIIOTIS APPLICATIONS D2.
D ALTON WILL REMALS A PW SATS
CORN'S AND UL'N'ION'3.
T. II. DM L T 0 11. D.,
LATE SURGEON PEDIST
TO tha Roval Fami'ies of Fntlmd. F'ao and Prtngal,
from Reg-nl tret ltndon, and Pheaiia lodre, tsl af
M , beat to mtk known, that having r.tntly arrived la
New ifrleaa, oa a pnfe tto-.al and plea ur tour of thia
grett aew o i-kvnm he ia at preaext, oa a vltit of a
lew days onlv. to NAHVIL'.K, duno wh ch time he may
r eon-ui rd by tho a afll ct with CirKNS ei'her hard r
soft; ftrKwa cut dorothersrlae trouW-aaHiie rg-N IIU;
ail 'f w" ho 'ever loof standing or bad, h guana-tea
to cure I FFECrCAl LY and Pr.KM AN ETI.T. in the sbo t
spar of a (rw mlnuu. wlthont tba Si. usurer rsiv oa rs
covaaiaca, either norln ih-lr remutai ur af rrwant-, aad
upon urtu so .tnetlf rea anab'a aa to pUoe bis aervicea
with' th reach of all wio laq tir litem
lr. Ii'alton. con 0 tiog-roo'w ta No. SI, St Cload Htel,
K as vlUe, private en raao aext d r to in right Of Ike ho
ts effio door, b-i wea It and tha I ia' Eniraaea, aad hia
BO CJOneiion ha'Ter wi'h the more pub to p rta of th
Hotel. Consultation brora from If o'cis, A M., till 1 o'
etock.P. M .an l from I till 3 P. M. dad , during bus very
tlml d -ty.
Ur li'al'on doe not viit under any eircams'aco, and
will be very par Ucu ar to tb abov houra
no jaura woooa, iso, sTtoasar, aiMvtxxa.
Da. D'Alvo ha ca racted fKsn a.y fet eight corn with
out pain, and I think, permanently. They were certainly
Uken oat by lb route. JAMJU) Vt OOlA.
fcT. Cux o Uur L, 'pril SO, l&T.
raoji raa aav. s t anoaa. , itsamixa.
Tr DAIwcj haa this wwn lag givva'm ajuH a satisfactory
pro -f of hi ci tine skill, la a op alioi oaonc of say to
kails, wh oh had kug been truubieacm to asa
St tiotp oor.t, Apri t), lii". J T. EDGAI.
From Mr. W. D VcLaoahan, ef th Arm til Andraoo Attl
son A Co., try Uood Merchant, Nathviii.
D'. D" Alton ha extracted thre Torn froas a Bunio an
soy Irlt loot. Tha ope atlo waa prforn4 -a a asaat pw
diuuws palni, aod aa terly eaaaBr, aad affortted linm
dtata re!irf. W. 1. atcLANAUAN.
frt. Cvot o Horax, AprU ST. lSil.
Frosa Dr. D. T. tjeti, P'po of tho Si Cload Botct
Pr. O'altnw ealWd V at rat on M sa ooaratioa h p
(amed yottcrosy morning oa th great Ka aail of a j tav
gwotlaassa, whirh, froua gW'a( 4owa lata lb Mt. h id
brwooht aa aa incsa anlawi parwtt of NoJ aad corrupt
asa'trr, aad, aa std by tb patiMt, waa a toarea p
pxiu! aa excrac atiae paoa Tn doctor ha Harwia
Uacsad acvaral norva, bih ha'd I1 lot, lrasa sa ssi
fct that saara'Cg. aad I ha a hawuwta la praonwvoiof
th traUuB, ia bots caa a, tba asot sraua, sfAat aad
tlea I vr iia4 tir J !, ef xprxnotd
KaahviU. AF'HWih.'SJ. - t. T lC0TT. '
' Dr. D'Afo ha likcwla ri4 aanssroa othw lasti
aamiala la rt. ), ouma f ta kact rv
11l11.lt), tacMUiaa tm M. Trger, Rkj-, Atloraty, A4 F. ti.
stack, aaastr. aad ara.
H hwlao retvd stsatatr mtsmlaH fvosa John
C ln M. ., U. P. tkawia, M It , . M. Backb, K.
D . Hm. si. Turns. Ja , hl-lu ki Ck jiafj, t. aalMna,'
' Kt,a MtfcuaJ. rbtrilT. L. hi. Marahal. kaq , Juaa P.
. . .. .j h ar - - i a... , - .
I w aiWuna. as-. - 1 w. st 't"
' hrr al MalafM-a.
Laawta tmn itassual A. Cartwtht, M. D !irjj sa.
aa f tk savM tinMt tl.fen la le dM-A, sVaa J
U Crawvoar, M. l. In f ssue af t. k ai:ir t , aevl -an auai't
' vA kbwa pri Aiailwwal rra x at h.n ttaadiag ta na'dt
OaUt SV h cl.w.tt laoaaaad tr !. Jgwssa,
' Uta aubdtiy, ciw ft aad ga ry of all si la Kavtya, aaa
jt sva asvtUaUwa drmg eonauitanea boar.
April vl- tf.
AWY wooa'my ra.ideoc oa latardaf wl-
. lum auirt aa -i - vli)i-i r. knaca ankkr
Iim 1 irMa tears f age. Sn 1 raiWesd taa
sitmiiai Kaai,srr saw aaitt i
np-m al ioaa John, kie aa aiaaavti-, ad at
traus iwtl ku p ar 19 f.b.u:fl. out " Taa
-lttiaf w Ar itht.tr at at ar e5. . fWrry
f u 1 I I aniii
Wall, U rOIIK
History of the American Meai-
aa ar . m a
W' T. BE1IT A Co.. have lu t raralved
HIST0ST OF THE AMERICAN KEDICAL ASSO
CIATION, from tha oryaa xiiroa op to January, 1gu
by !f. 8.. Da via, M. D. Te whkh h addd B1ofrsph:eal
No ices, with pertraita of tha Presidents of tha Associa
tion ie. 1 vol gvo.
W. T. B RBT A 0 hara alsa on sale a large eolleetioa
of MEDICAL BCOrS. '
PES PORTRAITS BY MACAULAT.
. . W. Ta Berry & Company :
Biographical and Historical Sketches
T. BIBITGTO MACACLAT, ,
1 vcl., Hmo.. cloth.
THIS TOLCMK Bf MA7ACT.AT.
Cuitalna Uvea aod Sketch of thw mot Distinguished
Men, as will bo isa by a perusal of tha lr ef aamets.
nerawtta appe- ded:
Aubrey de Tere, Karl of Ox-
Cbas.HacVvtre.tarlof Deri t
Win. W Htmt, f :ic, Gen.
Dr. Wm. Kheerloek,
Tha Rarl of Clarecdon,
Thomas Orb, Earl of Derby, Htnrv IVdwI7,
Sir Wini'm Temple,
KettVwtn and FitawiWam,
Tilloo, Abbishop of Can
terbury. Alr1ean1 Jn,
I ''mand L id'ow.
Fir Fol ert ?wjer,
Sir John Lowther.
The Lord Rerpr toman,
Caiharina SedleT, -William
III, Mary IT, and
Tha Puche-a of War'boroogh.J .hn, r.ord LovrUcc,
Th Duke f Monmoath, Cruelty ol R-en at tha Sieve
Frtnci lo th.
fir James Dalrytrple,
T..a Marqtrls of Rovlgny,
The D 'ire of .-homberg,
Avarte of MartSoroogh,
Ke, Bishop of Hath A Wells,
Sir John Trevor.
Tho Prince! of Denmark
(Queeo Ann) and her favor-tet,
Charles, Furl of Middlemen,
Wilta-a III at tha battle of
Earl of AryV,
W linn Fn"er,
J-hn.Farl of BreadeTbane,
Anna Bracegirdla and Lord William Anderson,
Mohan, Charlr Mon'aaue,
Charlra Blooot, Thomat Wharton,
ran Swift, Rohe t H trlay.Rar! of Oxford
Henry Sidney, brother of AI- and Mo timtr,
geroon, Paul Foley,
Scho-abcr?. riiaahetH Tllleiert,
Antonio. Count of Ltuann, Wath of Mar If,
The First Ministry of W Flam P llcy of Mar'hnroagh after
III. thedra'h of Mary,
rnpcp ilarlty ofWI'llam Ilf, R b-rt Chtrnock and his Ao
P pu sr trof Mtr II. coippl'ce",
Burnet, Bithopof ?a'isbury, Marshall, th Dak of TO
The Count of Ava ix, lotey.
W. T. Tt. A TO. have a'o Jutr receive I
CANrERriT TtLEt. Rv Harriet Lee.
CANTEtBCHT TAT E. Bv Sophia Le.
THE DATS OP MT LIFE: An Autobiography. By th
author of "Zai.'
THB CONFIDENCE M IN: Th Masquerade. By Her
THB POTIPHAR PAPER. By Curtis.
MiNn ANO M TTr R B fir Benja-nio Pmdla.
TArx'TTi.t.A tjnirnrrtori i mi ..
LEA & PEREINS'
TO BE TUB
ONLY GOOD SATCX,
d arruciiLa to
i ' a.vinaur
V- of a Letter Irom a
H 1 Medical "entleman,
S I A' MArRA,
TO HIS BROTHER,
WoacxsT-a MT, 191:
Trll LEA Jt PER
RIN! that the r 8 l"C
hiihl e-teem I ia Io
Ka and is. In my opia
on the moat palatabi.
tt well as tha moat
vhoietnme Sauca that la
Th only Medal awtr 'ed by he Jury of tn New Tork
hibition fir Forei fiurr, wa obtained by LEA A PER
KINS, their WORCtTKR.HIRE SAUCE th w M-wido
fiwn of which having led to numerous iini atlon. purchaser
ar oarn tl y requested to ae that th nam of LEA At
PKRRIN'S" arc iin reed upon th Uottl aad Stopper, and
printed upon the labela
bol Wbolesal Agent for the Cnitrd State.
JOHN DUNCAN" 805S,
405. Ilraadwsr, V.
A stock alwy lo store. Abo, order received for direct
ah'pmant from Engl nd May , 5T ly seo p.
65 4oT000 '
WOSTH Of SEW AND FRESH FASHIONABLE,
STAPLE AND F'NCT
ca es of superior Boots and Shoes, Hats, Caps,
I'mrellaa and Parasola.
IO Q Dol r " """l Ingrain and Cotton Carpeting,
X. O Rugs Ac , Ae.
A t A u Ct Ion!
BY TRABUE & LUCUS,
KO. 74 PUIII.ICQCAKE.
IVTE will ll, wlthont reterv. on aceoaot of tha owbt
v V and all nthrrt rorv-erei,
OK TV BSD A TAXD VTEDXKSDA Y, XA T ll-'A Mtt,
Th largmt and best stock af -ta l and F tnev Dry G todt.
Mho, Boo's, Brogait, Hata, Cap, CmHrtl a,pwaola. All
w wl Ingrain ami Co' ton Carpeting, Hearth Rags. Hard
war, in A , that wa have ever had th pleasure of offer
tar at auction b lor in tr.tw citv Tt s'ock of Pry Rood
la all aew and seaona)l and of tha mo t approved kiada.
Thahwtand Bo ar writ aaaorted, ambracinr a fal ae
aortmrnt for tha trad of hi co in try and a a of vary
per. or qoa'iti a, can isd by a larva pae'lng boa
dartlnin bisiaess. Th Carp a are sent to as bv a larra
Factory c'oting bu-iness ana o'vrv aprtor qaatlti. and
th I it t pattern i. Hr 'warr, Q iMMtwt ai 4 I a vole of
1 ial worth -f the do te othio 'irrl al aoetio la
Na hrtll. At ol th above oo. ar now la star. We
re pamfull invit city and aountrv. Merchant to call and
cxaatm Ut rood rrt iou a th dav of sal.
L OKsrt aRP. Every dot ar worth of th abov good
I con-lgaed 10 aa without lust aod will a sold regardltse
laasta AH satis "'rr $10)ovr f 100 ah; and andar
I ", an days; ar titr', 4 sa ur.e ti m will b givca far
approvvd ante pa) salt ia Bant. mi; t td.
7 ore Failure Set
TI Lt. TIIEV CO.TI i:l
JCST RTriVKD direct from th li t, with orders to sell
isanedialelv, to elo- ul diU-rtot 0lthnint, e
One H inlr.l T -nd Dola a wo la of RICH, FIN aad
VALUAHt-t P 'OPKT, f.oas vm a'd to a th Bra
rooartlnNaw Tork. Call and exanina hftorw parehtatog
ibttkwt. Tula stock ia wt.I worth tba atu-auaa af ai
fTT Sa!wiHrnimic verv algM at riy gaa-Ugbi,
hiock conaitta of a Iwf aunrtraml of lot haavy go4
raaed k"g ln pa at lavrr huonnr Wak hrs; 01 var Was
iba ail nortt; a la g a orlmnt of fiat loid Jeaelry, eo
iltingf Ca twan, Mt!ai M kl Stonta, gloriatia . Cad
lr.ro la IMad . Rubles, A.; old Cfea rt, Krys. Paaeu,
Prna. a ktrg Mot Fa-ev Hoa la; CutUy, Plated War. lo,
Mrla ta, Pd'r and the trU oraliy, ar paru
ealai v a r It i to call and tiia u thitoca
lodt pot ap in q Mbtie id .ail buycra. R 'ry artiala
warranted aa rcprtnid Trmasy. M, C. BRUCE.
snsyT auctiosew. C 'ar mra-t.
THE SCARCITY GF MEAL.
TShlgh prte an th laoivenaoo of aokatniug It,
ianuc as lo can a'.tajiiou to a
Celebrated "Excelsior" Mill,
As adaMed lo aataoia Watt, lb family a, aad arwhiag
Cora aad Co., wheal Ry tu for s,oe, thartoy a
ahLtog ET ART MAM TO BKJOM
His Own Miller!
f Th "FXCXL'!." ha rwcoivrd ony OS H0NDRE1
FtAMlCMtiaonntfSts with th I aaravwJ " U 0 St at,"
BtarMUl" aad others. lagrmlio sai fa- It a tat "pa
rafc fro th M l) and aaa b '-ort, wna worn out, at
aaastef thro dollar.' It a t disc haraa tha Moal wwa
aaaaldirrtluta ha1 b4abl f amobaJ statti ai
With Two Pair of Grinding
( Thick ssaka It equal ta daraMUt tw ardlaary KIQO
ss F fty Usui .
tlT" County Rig ht fee l.
JAM Ed C. BALDWIN" A CO.,
No ST Co leg street, Naahviua, Ta.
a hetikeo rmrsitiAjr,
ht hava eny raa oat. 3ual
ledw. a eartaia ur b CoosMvapucta,
. .. ,'ui.tt. aJ Ovswval DoshIm.
ckaavv4 by him whaa kit oaly chiht.
,mt ap I it. Wi.ing 10 do aa saacfc
aaod sa wiswihi. a wul sr ad l 1 aiauaawa mmw
aooa aa ptwaiun. mm a.iJirtt an.
b-ng , iv " ' , r; ,
Mum av aaaajxa K "P '
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ctbi t b rtiuiat"" a 1
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S. Id, Grmad Urvmi. Jtrtay
sprl taadia ia
1.' Ladles anJ (itntlcnpa- ka.
DtelttOCS OF HATINO TUflR FEIT SEATLT FITTrj
M ba"( Art-ra P --4 m hv aata, wwytd do
wiitaJti wirkK-.'ri itivBv U rn rr.vr
Vum; ad Ww aolbnug fw 'rut Raa oaa, A hava
U 1 tr.o 11TUir;lwM. Tbava ar
A-a ptnwaa aa f ta aawtutl af bKtM Aa al hia
caai abKHBt. Mr Wiua ha at fraal apaM, bnwgbA
mm sal of Um wri tfats frMa saa boat aMpa aa
phtUaaTk a aatl N w Turk, aaa ao tAii aay city aa
IM w-r d to usttpt wiiA " ayJ
aJtCA-n hhtl Pj frtta. aad Chtto w sjj
k b" eo PoeUciti Ettgat. Ia r aad fcw rj ky
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wo aaada af
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