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LEWIS METCALFE, GEORGE E. PURVIS, EDITORS. AVINCHEST.ER: FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1856r .WM,t.iMimu;i C0S31ES3. Tbia body met last Monday, the 1st Inst. The present session will expire 4th of March. It is not probable that much of importance will be done this session. The Republicans have a nominal majority in the Lower House, hut the Senate that august and no ble body, composed of the giant minds of the nation is decidedly democrat ic, and not likely to harmonize with a Republican faction. The session is likely to be consumed in debates and speeches, which doubtless will be of tinoommon interest as developing the state of feeling in reference to the coming question of Union or Disun ion. From this time forward we, indi vidually, are for that party, of what ever name, that most loves and that -will best conserve this glorious and blood-cemented Union. Bank op East Tennessee. We un derstand that this bank suspended pay ment on last Tuesday. Why, we can not tell, but hope to see an explanation 6oon from the officers. We did think the bank would redeem all its notes, but the information which has reach ed us prevents us us from thinking so now. We once asked the President of a College, in which we were then a stu dent, to inscribe on the fly-leaf of a book of our notes of his lectures the best piece of knowledge for a young man, which he could write on a single page. He wrote the following : Much reading makes a full man; Much writing makes an exact man; Much speaking makes a ready man; Much thinking makes a great man; And much faith a good man; But, none are truly great that are not truly good. DCJ It is stated that extensive prep aratiou.'i are being made at Savannah, Ga., for" the accommodation of dele gates expected to be present at the meeting of the Southern Commercial Conventian. We trust that there will be a full representation from this place. fjCr The post office at Dpcherd is, we understand from Mr. Shook, closed up. Our subscJibcrs at that point will receive their papers at this post office, or at our office, as they may di rect. DC7" W e notice from the newspa pers the announcement of the death of Professor Hentz, husband of the late Caroline Lee Hentz. Nashville. It seems that the Capi tal of our State is improving as fast as any city in the West. Fresh indica tions every day point to its future greatness in point of commercial in terest, healthfulness and beauty. In addition to the improvements now in progress, the Gazette says that there are from twenty to thirty gentlemen exceedingly anxious to build but can not get mechanics to work for them. They are not to be had. What a field for industrious young mechanics. Good wages, constant employment and a delightful place of residence. FJQ3 Everything in this life is un certain except death and taxes. OCT" We notice that ourclever friend and cotem, T. H. Glen, of the Nash ville Patriot, has recently married. Good for Glen. It does us good to make record of tho prosperity of our friends, if we have none to make o ourself. LIT3 The McMinnville and Man Chester Railroad, we are informed, has been unable, of late, to accommodate the uncommon number of persons wishing bogs shipped from McMinn ville to Tullahoma. Many have been compelled to drive them across the mountain to Chattanooga. fjCJ3 The walls of the large passen 'gcr depot at Chattanooga, in course of ' construction, fell the other day with a great crash. So did the walls of II. & B. Douglass' new store-house build ing at Nashville. Our devil suggests (hat property i fMingt THE RESULT. Mr. Buchanan's majority in West Tennesseo is Middle " 1C00 7014 ilU3 Fillmore's maj. in E. Tennessee Buchanan's entire majority In the United States 7G40 Fremont gets about Fillmore Fremont and Fillmoro Buchanan l,27r,0f)0 850,(100 25,01)0 1,800,000 Pop. maj. against Buchanan 325,000 Buchanan's plurality over Fillmore is 050,000; over Fremont 525,000. Of the Electoral Votes Buchanan gets (supposing that Cali fornia has gone for him) 171 Fremont 114 Fillmore 8 Total Elecloral vote 200 BCS" We have received the official vote of Tennessee, and will publish it in next week's Appeal. fl On Saturday before last, as we learn from the Mountain Signal, published at Dahlonega, Ga., a wild deer at full speed passed through the square of that town, unaccompanied by hounds or hunter. He passed thro' unscathed, giving the citizens as he went evidences of his skill in leaping. We were never at Dahlonega, and would inquire of our friends of the Sig- nal if they indeed live in the moun tain? If so, there is significance in the name they have chosen for their pa per, and nothing very "marvellous" in the fact ofa deer having run over their ittle town. DC3 We have received the Decem ber number of the Ohio Cultivator, published at Columbus. It is an ex cellent monthly. tO3 The following is from one of the Police Court at Nashville, made y H. K. Walker, local and commer cial editor of the Banner. It presents the scene, lamentable as it is, in a feel ing and truthful manner: "A prominent feature of the assem blage was something over a dozen ewd women, some of them arraigned for disturbing the peace of the Sab bath by loud and hoist rous and profane talking, and others summoned as wit nesses. These women presented a melancholy picture of human weak ness terrible examples of what vice unrestrained will do for its votaries. Some of them evidently had been well favored, and mo.st of them were in the spring time of life. But it was pain ful to look upon the total wreck of all that adorns the character of woman a wreck of youth and bright hopes, consumated in the morning of their ex istence, e'er the sun which rose upon a brighter day had reached its merid ian. On the threshold of their lives, no doubt, in common with others, there bloomed the bright and perfum ed flowers of Eden, around the cradle of their happy infancy the birds of Paradise sung their matin hymns. But all the good of life is mixed with evil there was a serpent in the bow er whose venomous trail was upon ev ery flower and its syren song and persuasive eloquence lured the tender buds of mortality to dangerous shores. The fruit of the forbidden tree was plucked and all was known. The priceless stake the jewel of life was lost, and life had nothing left but mock eries of the past. But we forbear to contemplate the picture." iLr Vesee by the last number ot l hii,: n ;'- iU nt M- WniL-in. i uuiom wtf.c ui.,.ui. i. its iormer editor anu co-purmsiier, nas l.pen eomnelled from nccuniarv lie - been compelled nom pecuniar ne cessity to resign lUS position, and lias sold out his entire interest to his part- ner, Mr. McCord. The politics ofthe paper are changed. It is now publish- cd as an independent journal. hue we wish Mr. McCord the greatest suc cess imaginable, we can but regret the that have, influenced circumstances Mr. Watkins' course. All we can do is to wish him Letter success in future. He certainly deserves it. DO3 There has been a weekly news paper started at Dandridge, Tcnn., called the American Statesman. Wc have not seen it yet. JO Communications on agricultu ral subjects are respectfully solicited for the Appeal. WHY THEY DRINK. A drinks because his doctor recom mended u little pure brandy as a stim ulant. B because his doctor didn't. - C for a pain in the left side. D for a pain in the right side. E for a pain in the hip. F for a pain in the head. G for a slight cold. II because he is rheaumatic. I because his friends have come lo see him. J because his friends have gone and left him. K because he's married. h because he's not murricd. M because it's hot. N because it's cold. O because it's wet. P because it's dry. Q because he's sad. R because he's glad. S because a friend invited him. T because he's got no friend to in vite him, U because it was made forMsulhin," and is a good "crecter of God. V because he is a free man, and works the road and pays his taxes to do as ho "d d pleases." W because christmns is coming. Y because christmns comes but once a year and is going going gone. Z because he's rich and likes a "ju led" or "mountain sprout." &e because he's poor and might, as well go to the d 1 drunk as to live here without money. Truly, whiskey is Old Nick's patent right invention for killing bodies and for damning souls. Written for the Winchester Appeal' PUZZLES FOR THE GIRLS.-No. One. BY QUIZ, THE POET. I am a question of 20 letters, making five words. My 10, 3, 9, 15, 18, 13 is the name of a dear relative. My 3, 0, 13, 11, H, is what you love j to ride. My 12, 10, 18, is what you love to make and eat. My 19, 1, 3, 16, 4, 5, is what you truants dread. My 4, 8, 12, belongs to the tea-sett. My 12, 17, 20, 4, 5, 14, 13, you may see on the dinner table. My 12, 13, 18, 19, 9, is a cup board or a wardrobe. My 19, 15, C, 13, 18, is where you purchased your new shoes. My 1, 10, 9, 5, is the woid you use to express desire. My 4, 5, 14, 18, 19, 14, is an article of food. My 1, 3, 16. 4, 5, is the title of a charming young girl and a frightful old hag. My 7, 10, 13, 18, was stolen from Heaven and is a useful friend but a dread ful enemy. My 9, 5, C, 14, 11. conceal your un derstanding. My 19, 2, 13, 14, 1, is tho name of a scold. My whole is a problem you all tiy to solve every Sunday. So does the pub lisher (jr. ) of the Appeal, buihe can't. Pretty Goon. A negro in Texas, being asked by one ot our fellow townsmen while there how be liked the country, replied, "O, master, mighty well. We don't have to work but four months in the year here." "On being asked why, be replied, " We are laid up with chills the rest of the tcar!" DC Rev. Win. Langdon, in the last Banner of Peace, says that a will was recently sustained in court princinnllv recently sustained in court principally J 1 -i i -i ...... ii upotune grounu in;u ine n'srator ii;ki, a f,.w Jays previous to his decease, ' i C..W rlni. rti-avinliu ir. Kid rlffn-Kf. 1 tn , a,t ,v.;fl ;.. .K...,,e , gone to the oUice and p,ud in advance ibr his newspaper. Query: How ma- nv 0f our ,,atron, nga, tlis as an t.v- idence of sanrneSs? Wc should be pleaaed to hear from them The IIomb Circle. This journal is fast assuming a position among the , first in tll,! V,,Uei S"-' Ir is s,iI1 i inducted ly Dr. Uus-on, who seems j ! 10 "P"0 no ,!UM,r 1,1 ' "e r"" 10 a i . i i t . . i it an excellent monthly. Us median- icnl execution is not excelled any where. The ladies of the South should see that it is well supported. Price only two dollars a year. Published at Nash ville, Tenn., by Stevenson ot Owen, i OCT3 A. Jourdan has a lot of nice j pine apple i. Go and tee him. a FINLAND LOVE SONG, , DT MOORE. I saw thn moon rise elect O'er hills and vales of snow, Nor tolJ my fleet rein-deer The track 1 wished to go. Yet quick he bounded forth; For well my rein-deer knew I've but ono niuh on earth Tlio path thai loads to you. . Thf;loom that winter cost How soon the heart forgets, When Siunmur hrins, at lust, Her sun ilint never sets! So dawn'd my lovo lor you; So, fixed tlirou.Ji joy and pain, Than Hummer sun more true, 'Twill never set uyiin! HGr Tlif "Edinburgh Review" for October, from the A.iM iiean publish crs, Leonard Scott &t Co., hits been on our tuble for several days. The con tents are : The Life and Writings of Francis Arago. New Poets-1. Sinai, Palestine and Mecca. Vbese's Courts of Prussia, Saxony and Bavaria. Alpine Travellers. Beaiimarchais and his Times. Do Catidolle's Geographical Bo'nny. Perversion. !V1 de 1 ocqutile s He's France Lcfmr i he Revolution. The Political Crisis in the United States. This is an interesting number, ard we are surprised dial lovers of sound literature in our community do not subs-'ribo I'm' i Lai oiitkk. We can't endure a per son who never laughs, or who thinks it ii violation of the rules of propriety to do so. A person who habitually wears a long face we have reason to dislike. You may be sure he is de void of the kindlier feelings of the I IT I . II . r 'II soul, his iiearr is a cuiiostiy. i.oun Hud him hypocritical, sell-conceited, and utK'huriiuhle. To such a person we always "ive a wide bi rib. We like inin H'sr a good way irom us. Oilhe contrary, give us one who believes, in a gootl hearty laugh. He is the man true, open, frank, and kindly. Wit is the champagne of the soul, and laughter is its eiiervesceitce. Then give ns a loud, uncontrolled laugh. It does our soul good: and the one who gives it vent will feel the bel ter for it, especially if he has just eaten a hearty dinner ! DCr" Cumberland river is at last full to overflowing. The Nashville B in ner savs it would swim a ship. A RAISE CllVVrr. TO MAKE MONEY. I Will ntfer 'a the lilnlie.-t hinder, at public nni t un. on .itoml iy llic 221 day of I)C4'4mlCI', IN. 5 (J, mi iht: reiii i.-e.s . "lie nme Irani l lie fui.lic Square, AlcAliunville, ten or tiitocn Btuulifiil Build in Lots, contaiiinnr from 5 to 1") ie res cuch. The Mr- .. . maud.....- mupmu is now cm-1 p eted. and ,n purees ul ..iera.ion; nnd n i McMinnville .. hound to -(,i;ne ho term,-: mis of all rouds in the Mnnniain district, a! 11 1 1 V. VI I . 1 ) 1 . . ... . great amount of business will nnce.-sirily be done there. Speculators, as well as those watitnur homes near a henliliy and prosperous town, would do well lo attend this sale. Terms made known, nnd a idot of lots ex hibited, on d iy of sa'e. Title ind spuiablo Dei-5 2,' E. YAGE'S. ATTE.VriOX : We call the addition of the trading public to the largo lot of Remly-Madp Clotliin?; we have ye? on hand, which we offer to sell nt the very lowest lenns for cte-h. Our oh icct is to close out our Htnck bv n"x ilnn-li. therefore we are enabled to oiler n.lec:Mi,euis to those wishing to purchase subst m mI .iti'l warm Winter clothing. Call and be con vinced of the fact. Dec5 lm M. &. H. NASSACER. ami For Sale. Bv virtue of n decree of tho Cnnntv' .-, '. r ii i i- n . m ' t town oi rranKiin uouniy, ' ennessee, ' PfO ; Ponnuarw at uecemoer lerra, jooo, in I the cause0' Anc- Movall and wde and j others pctition l0 8cI1 and n, on j Monday tho 5th day of January, 1307, offer for sale to the highest bidder, on a ! e ' thtrnctonandhBlnnPinrto th tat. 11UU3U UUIPr 111 UIO LUHTII Ul I V IflCllCSler. of Jacob Rich, decM, which was assigned to his widow Rosannah Rich, as dower, by a decree of the Chancery Court, at Winchester, lying in District No. 3 of! said county, near Salem, containing 61 The purchaser will be required to give bond and approved security, and a lien will be retained on the land until the purchase money is paid. WM. E. TAYLOR, ' Dec. 5, 1856, 3t Clerk. Wagon for Sal. A number ie Wsgon, suitable far either two or four horses. It is new, with iron axles and a good body. Apply at this office. Dee '"If 'Land Tor Sale. Rv virtue of a decree of tho County Court of Franklin County, Tennessee,' pronounced at December term, ihou, i will, on Monday, tho 7th day of January, 1857, offer Tor sale to the highest bidder, on a creditof ono and two yeurs, at the Court House door in the town of Win Chester, the tract of land of which Rosen nah Rich died seized and possessed, lying in District No. 3 of said county, contain ing 20 acres, mora or less, hounded by tho lands of Geo. W. Stovall, Simmons, Moseley and others. Tim purchaser will be rcquirod to givo bond and approved security, and a lien will he retained on the land until the pur chase money is paid. VVM.E. TAYLOR, Dec. 1. 1800, 3t. ClcrkL.. B,!uel for Sale. Bv virtue f the will of John Turner. (leM, I wdl offer for sale to the highest bid der, boW the Court I loti.-e door of Wini'lipc :fr. on the FIRST MONDAY OF JANUARY NEjVT, tho irnct f lurid known an THE HOMESTEAD, tlmt suit! John Turner died seized and possess ed of, conniving of lift acres, good brick dwelling, with nil necessury nut-houses; the besto'1 water, plenty of umber mid good or clmrds, lying near the town of Winchester, Terms ono and two years, pu rclmsers giving bond with good security, nncl a lien retained on the land until the last payment is mode. Decft ids R. J. TURNER. Ex'r of Joi n Turner, dee'd. Ncio find Extensive stock of BOOTS AND SHOES. JOHN ICAJIACSr, A! COLLEGE ST., NASHVILLE. I l.nve just received n Inrge supply of Fall Hid W: titer i-tork of Routs, Shoes and Brn gnus f'.r ci'y mid con r,t ry trade, to which I ,'ni'ite 'lo efpefin: nttt'iition of Merchants mid hi hers who urclitt!"1 I.y tin; pucknge or dozen. Tho best mid most fiishionubl Shoes, of the latest siyles, mid very bum' i'ul for Indies, misses and children. Gentlemen's Super French Press and Dou ble Sole water proof Knots, Shoe .nnd Gaiter. This description of stock cannot fail to please in quality and priee. Heavy stock of every description of Cult' and Kip manufacture tor men and women's wear. Negro Brogans, ninglo and double sole, and Mud Boots, extra size. Solo Leather Trunks, Valioes, and Travel ing Bugs, &c.,&c, all of which will be sold ut verynow prices . JOHN RAW AGE. Doc5 Notice. On Thursday tho 25th of December, 1856, at the late residence of W. B. Wagner in Franklin County, I will sell at public, salo to the highest bidder for cash, one negro woman named Estlwr, 40 years old, of dark complex ion l no negro woman named R-xhel, 40 years, of copper complexion ; one negrj girl named Hannah, 15 years old, of dark com plexion ; one negro girl named Ellen, 9 eara old, of (lark complexion; one sorrel horse, 7 years old ; Ko bay mules, 2 years old; one milch cow; one yearling; one bullock; ten hem! of stock hogs; fifty barrels of corn ; six la: go Imy stacks ; ono four-horse wngon ; one two-horse wagon ; one top buggy ; one bureau ; one small table ; one breakfast table; ones)fa, and ten plows levied upon, as the proper' y of W. R.Wagner, to satisfy an execu tion in ciy hands in favor of the heirs of James ewis. deceased. JAMES MASON, Nov2S ids Dept. Sheriff. CUK.IT MICX'E.TIE.Vre ( FFEFKD TO CASH CUSTOMERS! .5. IS. SAHSSES Pen leave to inform the people of Franklin Countv that he has purchased of John II. Kmix his stock of DRY GOODS and GROCERIES, at the old stand formerly occupied by Janies Harris, where ho is now receiving and open ing a larje and complete assortment of g ,e amj ? Dry Good-, Hardware. Queensware, Boo S & & , ., ,, , as i am necessarnv compelled to ao on ENTIRE CASH BUSINESS, 1 am confident 1 nlI,!r my goorif at OULH Luu I'hi'.iw. tl,v w,,,!n '"" examine un I price them, yon win ne prepared to appreciate tne umereuce between cash nnd time purchases. The LA DIES are particularly invited to call and examine my stock of Dress Grot's Trimming-", R.bbuna. Collars, Uundersleeves, Hosiery. Gioves, Jevselry, Perfumery, &C.&C . r . t . , . , OCT Jeans L.nsey, Socks, Feather, W ool, Ge.ng-..n2. Beeswax, U i low, i)r.-d Fruit, &c, "'I11'" in exchange for Goods. Oct:iI J. R. HARRIS. i. joritovvs VARIETY STORE. A '"nmor having been rirruic.-ed throi.sri, the conn rv ihn A. Jonnlun wns nbuti to ' t w- r - 4 . , an( lll0 neighborhood are -rv tur - ke.v him from going, as Ins -uiom h is mv.rly doubled 8ince , he shading of tl.,.. news. We think be ought to be compeien: to give -v Miction tohis customers both a in price and a g,.od consMntly'on band and tor let th I 1 . - i lnal Krcttl melrl"8 rnXTrtr i of taste nrl inuri'inn We would say to the public, if you want good bargains and cheap gods, gn and see Jourd.in, as there aro but few in the many that duily throng his store that are n sntis - i tied with him af er giving hitn a crinl. fccpiu om "cLipirM ac .tnuor r No. 15, Cedar Street, Nnshvillc Teiiiics,ee, DEALERS and Manufacturers of Gents' Fine Resdy-Made Clothing, and Clothing made to order in the best manner; Gents' fur nishing Goods of every description and finest quality: Such as Collars, Suspenders, Gloves, Half-hoe, Cravats. Stocks, Neck-ties; White . Cotton snd Linen Sh-rU; Silk, Woolen, Cotton, 1 Merino and Cashmere Under-shirU and Draw ers; and everything required to render agea tlemsn's Wardrobe Complete. Fsbnury Q,- 'Wlf. iTinrnoi ciroui, " . Two door i North of the fyitare, opposite tub jwt, , Nashville, Tcnneeeee. W. L. BERRY, baviug Uken charge of this house, is propnred to accoomniodaie all who may favor him with a call, with good rooms and board at about half the charges of the largo hotels. Thankful for tho Tiboral patronage heretofore extended, he solicit a continuance of the same, and hopettogive en tiro satisfaction. Good accommodation for horses. Q5r House open at all houri. and meali fti. nished to suit Rnilrond time. Febjuary 10, 'GO if. ri llNTU ItF DEPOT. J O MB J" M .1 T T JK it SOW No. 16, Cou.eoe, St., NASHVILLE, TEKN. (r All kinds of Furniture, Clocks, Lamps, always on hand and for salo Wholesale and Retail. MarlS , ly A. II. KOSCOJ3, M. Successor to W. F. Gray, WHOLESALE AMI If ETA I L, DRUGGIST, Dealer in Medicines, Paints, Oils, Pye Stuffs, &.C., Corner of Broad and Market Streets, NASHVILLE, TENN.. marlo ly HOOTS, SHOES and BROGANS, Sole Leather, Valices, Trunht, and Travelling Bags, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. J AO. HA MAGE, 42 College street, NASHVILLE. A large and superior stock of Boots, Shoes, Gaiters, Buskins, Slippers, &c, for Ladies and Gentlemen. Misses, Boys and Children. In addition to my regular purchase I am con stantly receiving stock of every description, of the best uiiimifaciure and at the lowest prices. Call at 42 College street. July 19 ly JNO. RAMAGE. riuno Fortes, Looking Glasses, Ac ii. DEALERS IN Piiinos, Melodcons, Window Shades, Artiat'i Materials, Cabinet Makers' Materials, Oil Paintings and Engravings, French Wmdow Glass, &c. Manufacturers of Gilt Mantle and Pier Look ing Glasses, Portrait and Picture Frames, Inside Window Blinds, &c, So. 11 C ollege SI., Nashville, Tcnn MarlO SIIUV HOUSE, North-East comer of the Public Square, WINCHESTER, TENNESSEE. Jllrs. Kims, formerly of the Winchester Springs, has opened a house of PUBLIC EN TERTAINMENT in tho town of Winches ter, where she would be pleased to receive a portion of the Public Patronage.' She pledges herself to render till comfortable who may give her a call, promising to furnish her tab1 w it h tho best the country affords. Marl5 tf MEDICAL NOTICE. Dr. A. (J. Clapton having permanently located in Winchester (itfers his professional services to the citizens of the county. Ofiicfi on Main street, one door above J. H. Knox's family grocery ; residence, one for merly occupied by F. T. Estill, Eeq. Mar22 ly T?. W 1 1ST H05 SK, J W. STEWART, PROPRIETOR WEST SIDE PUBLIC SQUAKE, MiuTrcesboro', Tennessee. THIS house has been recently fitted up, and newly furnished. The Proprietor will spare no pains to make it a fiist class Hotel, and hopes to receive aliberal share of patron age. February 10, '58 -ly. Rutherford Telegraph, PUBLISHED AT MURFRKESHORO, TENKEFSEB. W. T. I'. OTT, Proprietor, R. S. NORTHCOTT, Editor 07" American in politics; Circulation 1,000, Terms, $2 per annum, in advance. July 19 ly IllOIIi BUOTIIEKS, Amhrotyve, Photographic and Da fT.icrrcan Artists, 20 Union Street, Nashville. AMBROI'YPES, PHOTOGRAPHS, plain or colored in Oil, and warranted a perma nent as any other style of painting. Daguer- ' rnni ,, QHnnALinnnifi pMitnit F Vlflrn0tt. ami every other style of Pictures taken at thn , cuMighment in the highest style of the artr anil warrante(1 10 pieft8e or nosale. AmbrotToes. Although these beautiful pictures were but recently introduced by the subscribers in this city, they have become so popular that we have, at o very great expense, secured the services of a celebrated artist from New York to attend to this branch of the business exclu sively. Bring along the Juveniles. (Children can. by this process, have a faith ful likeness taken in a few seconds, and war- ranted perfect or no charge will be made. Br nL' hcm along and have then, taken before tryms elsewhere. pu T" A 'ullj "r,ent f iVnnmm rnnted perfect or no charge will be made. nrnphie and Paguerrean stock and appatttu ! lowest market cash prices. Mario If TrilSt &lle. i On the 23th of November Beit, atl : Alisonia, Franklin county, Tennessee, I will, j sell to the highest bidder, for cosh,, all the right, title, interest and claim of James A. Deery, William B. Deery, Robert E. Deery, j and Elizabeth Deery, in and to the slaves, i Martin; Mane; Rose and ber two children, ' Charlotte and George; Dinah and Kate. Al ! an one Fsmilv Carriage and Harness; one ton Buggy, three Horses, mre bju.b-, u, iwq. horse Wagon and Harness. iw iwo,i divans, one mariie-iop ui, '-hh, five Carpets for rooms, one stair Carpet, one Oil Cloth for passage, and one Carpet for pu isge. Said property was conveyed to roe as Trustee, for purposes mentioned U Mid deed. w;n ...i all the above named property, and .11 otner property cy ved & m. 4 OctU ' tie i i 4. " -XrJ y -i J V.