possible zollicoffer connection???
pub- j I " j of it we are has already done. As during the canvass, there was found in his course nothing to condemn ; nothing but what the purest propriety and most sterling Democracy Democracy would approve, so in his administration, he has proved and will prove himself a national man, with a head to discern and a head to guide us, in the old Democratic path and to adapt our principles to the exigencies as they arise. Ohio Statesman. Tennessee and Missouri Elections. Louisville, August 6. Returns from Tennessee show a loss and gain on both sides, making a stand off, with the result doubtful. There is nothing definite from Missouri this morning. morning. In the Nashville district of Tennessee, Zollickoffer, whig, is elected to Congress. The impression prevails prevails more confidently that Henry, whig, is elected Governor. Latest from Kentucky and Tennessee. Louisville, August 6. In Kentucky the democrats democrats have elected four of their candidates for Congress, Congress, namely Linn Boyd in the first district ; J. M. Elliot, in the sixth ; J. C. Breckinridge, in the eighth ; and R. H. Stanton, in the tenth. The whigs have elected the other six. In Tennessee, Zollickoffer (whig) is elected in the Nashville district. The democrats give up the election election of Johnson for Governor. Alabama Election. Charleston, Aug. 6. The returns received from Alabama leave no doubt of the election of John A. Winston, for governor. The congressional returns ate very imperfect, but indicate that Phillips (dem.) is elected in the Mobile district, and Abercrombie (whig) in the Montgomery district. DIED, a good which will be All persons do well to call where. I lialeign and liberal patronage energy to us continuance. &3F" liams, Haywood Raleigh, fiT WV a neeToman, ner, aged complexion, yellow speck. during the same night. done before, has been, for reward for on or before m tms State, Oxford, N. ggf" "W OST JLi on the uranam, money to A. W. not since tice hope that through inform them and compensate information The hills No. 1509 tho state ot one $20 bill an payame Graham, CIOAL. J stiTYnlua ITF.TmY on1 TTomilw