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MONDAY nOKIXi, JtLY 2, 1835.
nRREDITH P. CEXTIIY
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1. K. ZOLL1COF1ER.
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LICIL. M. TEJIPLK.
For Joint lie preventative.
The TJaion and Ota. ZolliccSer's Spoeca.
Tlic Union and American is laboring assidu
ous but ineffectually to Impair the force of
the powerful an ay of facta in Gen. Zollicoffer's
pe3ch. It dare not attempt to attack the vi
tal aEd main facta facts stated upon the
speaker's knowledge and which are concla-J
aire of the whole argument. But it ventures
to call in question a statement of figures which
Gen. Z. expressly said he found published else
where but "had not taken th time to examine
the official record to ter if y" them. Why?
Because it would have required, in this hot
weather, a careful sifting of ever seven hundred
pages of closely printed names, to get at a fact
of no vital importance while, independent of
it, the proofs are impregnaolc. But the Union
38JB it Las the Govtrnment "Blue Book," and
professes to compile the following statement
from it as a correction of the figures Gen. Z.
quoted, to wit :
Now we ear that the Blue Book, quoted by Gen.
Zollicoffer, show that the tnployees of the Gov
rnmdnt are as follows :
Poet Office Department,
Now, we Lave locked into the Government
"Blue Book," and we pronouuoe the above
figure, as far as we hare tested them, entirely
Instead of Jit foreigners in the State De
partmeni, as stated by the Union, we find that
the Blue Book plainly put down fifty nine
foreigner in it division of "State Department"
besides forty-three others whose place of
birth are cot stated, but who, it is reasonable
to presume, were not born in the United Slates,
or their places of birth would Lavo been
In the Treasury Department we find 281 of
ficers put down as kuewn to be of foreign birth,
and 254 whose birth places are not known.
In the Department of the Interior we find 93
known foreigners, and 57 whose birth-places
are not known. In the War Department, 61
known foreigners and 135 whose birth-plaoes
are unknown. In the Nary Department CO
known foreigners and 18 whoso birth-places
are anknown. As far as we have gone, we hat
found 77 known foreigners, and 545 officers
listed as of unknown birth but we have not
yet had time to look into the Tost Offices and
Mail agencies, which fill about two-tbirild of
We are satisfied that not a single figure of
the Union' statement quoted above as to for
eigners is correct. Yet the statements are
made as from the Look. The statement Gen.
Z. made, be did not vouch for, but frankly and
expressly said he took it as he httd found it
published elsewhere, and did not know it to be
correct. It is a Herculean labor to go entirely
through the "Blue Book." Th particular
statement, in view of his other engagements,
and of the Tastly more important and conclu
sive statements be did thoroughly investigate,
and vouch for, was deemed scarcely worth the I
But what sort of a position docs tbo Union
ocoupy, with it altogether erroneovt figure
profoundly drawn from Lie "Blue BookT
The Huavills TJaion Ths Protestants and
Th Union and American is getting desperate.
It strikes about it with a reckless, indiscrimin
ate malignity, which indicates clearly enough
that it regards ita 4Klitical fortunes as in a
very precarious condition. We shall not w il
lingly undertake to bandy epithets with it
but rather prefer, always, to submit our ac
tions to the test of facts, set forth in dispas
sionate and courteous language. The Union
is at last constrained to notice the extraordin
ary articl upon th Protestatt and Catholio
Churches, from whloh we quoted an extract
on Friday morning. The Union explains that
the obnoxious article was written and pub
lished by Mr. Church, the business member
of the office firm, in the ftbseuce of the other
two partners, Meaera. Eaetmwr. and Torbitt,
npon whom the editorial labor usually devolves,
and that it was published in the daily and tri
weekly editions, but omitted from the wwkly,
unou the advice of Mr. Eastman, when he re
turned home, who disapproved that part of
.the article we hav published. We have no
file of the Tri-VTe,lly Luton but our state
tnent that th article in question was omitted
from the trl-weekly at well aa the weekly, was
made npon the authority of a gentkmnn so
intelligent and respectable mat we coum not
doubt its correctness.
The Union prates gratuitoiiftlr of misrepre
sentation and "fraud," and says the eitract
we published "is carefully culled out of the
body of the article, and the accompanying
comments which woold exp.am me wearing
of the writer, are suppressed," Ac We deny
that th extract was -culled" or selected so
io misrepresent the geaeral cl aracter of the
whole article, and wilt make good thw denial
by publishing with it the alledgd exculpatory
comment, ilow any person acquainted with
the EnplWi laogn2e,u ay rUcv tsnot
"laudatory" of the Catholio Church, we leave
intelligent reader io judge for themselves.
The Unionani American, after declaring
that "Catholicism has dose uo tor II u-
JIAKITT THAN AKT OTRSB CHURCH," goes On to
" A church that can boastofsn existence of thir
teen centuries- passing through all the various vi
cissitudes of her eventful career, unscathed ran
certainly show, with all Ur atrocious barbarity,
tnary bright soots which may be placed .n frvor.
Ueinrristwkh the Protectant church, with its
thousand and one wrangling sects. Men sre be
eining to see through the Uansparcot gauae that
veils this know nothing movement. They are be
gmirc to ask what Has Prgtistantis pons roa
thi World? What ha h dyne oUevuUe and
elevate the-troddenf Istac. A.TBim Mrr
roamviKOAncrrTrD HcarAitu! Tnicsa RLV
EREN'D UTPOCKITES Tbm scribes akd
riTAiBES, an treading on a terrible volcano. They
wilt find their triasosabu schkmics and infer-
HAL PLOTTING AQAlNSt TUB LIBKBTIIS OK MAM trud
and eovdemntd by the pare light of God ocn tru-h
and W vhich hb, ayd throb in every puliation
of hunuxmtf heart. If ProUtntis.u proves re
creant to bcr high trust she will have to pass the
ordeal of enlightened public opinion and be con
Signed tohcr merited obscurity. Popery with all its
crime against God and ma,., adapt itself to the
times and to circumstances, and thus eave itself
from being absorbed in tba mass of conflicting
There is the extract we have quoted now
here i what the Union calls the "accompany
ing comments" which we publish with pleas
ure, as it reqnesta :
44 As patriots we dislike to see this war of reli-cio-is
factions history tell too plainly how fiVrce
ind bitter they arc. Fanaticism and passion lend
their influence to prolong and embitter the conflict.
Christ and humanity are forgotten in the strife.
Whenever the storm comes, and from the present
aspect of Christendom it is not far distant, it wil
be easv to predict the issue. The cause of Pt-"E
PROTESTANTISM has everjtl.ing to lose aud
nothing to tain by the contest. She will surrender
one of her cardinal doctrines- doctrine which has
Woe her triumphantly through all of her hsrd
fought battles-we. mean the doctrine of the right
of private judgment and the freedom of the null-vidu-1
conscience. When she surrenders this prin
ciple she will have surrendered one of her most
powerful wemons-the only weapon indeed which
has defended her from the power and ei.croarh
ments of the Beast When she yields it she wi.
cease to be respected by the liberal minded and wil
either have to turn Catholic or die from inherent
.xhaustiou. Catholicism wants persecution-it de
velops sympathy in her behalf-directs attention to
her good deeds and blinds the Vniou to her enor
Bities Do Protestants think there is any thing good
in Catholicism For ourselves we loaihe her claims
to infallibility ; her myrterie. ; her .rup.ous . preten
sions: her spiritual tyranny and all of that jugglery
and cisp trap which makes her in some respects
but little removed from the Pagan. W e say we
oathe all these and still we see in her much to ad.
mire-much that sppeals te the head and heart for
approbation." . . . . .
44 The history of Papal Rome is a history stained
ith the blood of martyrs, gorged with rapine,
drunk with luxury and crime. But is it f-.r to hold
thai church responsible for the crimes of it ruler
the few T Protestantism too has blots on her fair
escutcheon. Tune, the great renovator purge, all
churches, and th divine spirit of d risUimty
cleanses and sanctifies and purities the corrup ions
of the Catholic as well as the Protestant. More
.hrit mora beralifv. more 01 w';
of human nKure, and what ever opposes the free
-xpansion of these attributes will certainly fall be
fore the onward march of the race. Let truth be
she touchstone of power, and all forms of intoler
ance will vanish as the mist vanl hes before the
More of tie Tnion's Pacta-The Know Kotbing
Out of nearly a column of densely stated
if acts in our issue of Friday morning, bearing
npon the position of Northern Know Nothings
on the slavery question, the Union selects two
or three for comment we will see with what
success. The Union admits that tome of the
men turned out to make room for American
Congressmen elect, were freesoilers. We
showed that they were nearly all freesoilers or
something as bad. But it says "the important
fact" is not stated by us, that "the Know
Nothing successors of the defeated cvudidatea
are rank abolitionista." No, and we have never
seen any proof of the existence of any such
'important fact'' as that here asserted. If the
Union has the record proof let it be produced.
We have shown from the record, that "tome"
of the American Congressmen elect are sound,
national conservative men. The Union says
ilarry Hibbard of New Hampshire voted for
the Nebraska Kansaa bill, and was not a cadi
date for re-election. Then the Americans are
relieved from the sin, if sin it be, of beating
l'im. But the Union does not deny that his
frei?oil career in the New Hampshire Legisla
ture, was as we staUd. Here is a ''specimen"
of the Union facta exceedingly rich:
'The True WKg states that Governor Gardner of
Massachusetts, ba evinced ' conservative char
acter in vetoing the bill to remove Judge Loring.
Now, the True Whig know that Gov. dardner ap
proved tlit bill mU.ij'ging lle fugitive ilave late in
Mark the positive assertion that Gov. Gard
ner "approved the bill nullifying the fugitive
ilatt lie in MaachuetU." This is not true.
On tho contrary, it is notorious that Governor
Gardner did not " approve the bill nullifying
the fugitive slave law in Miissachui-etts,"
(known there as the "Fersonal Liberty" bill,)
but met it as he met the bill to remove Judge
Loring for a faithful execution of the fugitive
slave law, with a firm and patriotic exercise of
the veto power! A telegraphic despatch at the
"Bostok, May 21.
"The Governor sent in hi veto of th Personal
Liberty bill, with a communication from the Atior
ney General pronouncing the bill unconstitutional.
Th Senate sustained the bill over the veto by 22
to S. The House by a rote of 8 to 1."
Th New York Herald, commenting upon
t!iU veto, fays:
Governor Gardner, by hi veto, has crnfirmed
himself in a position in which he is calculated to
exercise great influence. Lie now necessarily be
come the centre and f tcu of the national men of
Massachusetts, in opposition to the raniing clergy
men and foolish fanatic who, by ome unaccount
able fatality, seem to bavs obuiaaJ control of the
The Xational Intelligencer, whose reoord of
.i . .i i . . .i- - ti.n.
:ta is authority throughout tbe couotrj, thns
. "v. 9 .... at 1 J
notice the voto in ita issue of May 3d, and
pays a high tribute to the patriotic conperva
tlsin of Gov. Gardner:
It is a cheering sight to see a public officer prove
himself equal to trying and unexpected emergen
cies, and courageously resisting the torrent of mis
guided and vioieut popular feeling, discharge a tih
trt with a noble fidelity. Such a gratifying exhi
bition ha lh Governor of Massachusctui had the
enviable privilege of prewaiing lo hi admiring
rountry tiCice kuAi'j a brirf ptrutd; first, la uphold
fig the independence of the Judidary by refusing
to cashier a Judreof th State, aud now in refuM-g
t-it signature t the mud rmexfrnmi of la for ike
i ullijieation rf a ronstitututHal tct Cvngrtss, For
I oth of tbet instance of devotion to duly he ha
ceived the meed of praise from the loyil portion
t f his fellow citizen throughout th country, ahaoat
: If we were disposed to emulate the tone of
)'4e Union, we might say it "mhtreprwsents,"
. r pvrpetrate a "fraud." But we merely pr
: nt the case as a aampl of lb and
Philip S. White. This gentleman, who is
employed by the Executive Committee of the
State Temperance Convention, to stump the
State in favor of the cause of Temperance, and
who was employed before either of the candi
dates for Governor in this State was announced
or definitely known as 6uch, has been charged
by the anti-American press, the "Nashville
Union and American" among others, with be
ing a partizan of Col. Gentry in the canvaas
"a Know Nothing Emissary." Mr. White, in
a recent speech at Fayetterille, ' denounced
these charge a unqualifiedly false!
from the Republican Baniier.
Ma. Editor: In all caudor and sincerity, I ak,
is there a single American citizen, cither native or
foreign, that can honestly and sincerely object to the
American platform as a whole or toany part of ii? Is
it not just what every man who desires the wel
fare of this government ought to approve; and is there
not good reason to suspi-ct any one who does not
approve it, of bti.ig blinded by party predjudice
or in want of sincerity. And why should not a
foreigner approve it? If he bs selected this, as his
permanent abiding place, the ultimate home of his
children, does it not commend itself to him? He will
soon pass from the stage himself, and is be so im
politic, does he care so little for his offspring, is he
so selfish, as that, for the mere privilege of being
voted for himself, for any political office, ho will
endanger these institutions ia which his children
are to be equal beneficiaries, to all intents and
purposes. The only limitation as to l.im is, that
tbe American people propose that they will govern
and make the laws, laws that shall be equal and
j rut, in wlncu i'O snail receivs the same freedom of
thought, ot conscience, and or action, as any and
all Americans do; shall receive the same protection
of his life, :. ;alib, character and property, that any
and all Americans enjoy. What more does be
want? What more has he tbe right to ask? This is
the American's own government; they invite all the
nations of eai th to emulate her free constitution
and laws, and to be as free and happy as they are;
aud if they cannot do this, any or all of their j
good citizens who feel that they could be happier '
here, thau in their own goveri.njent to such we j
opeu our national arms wide, aud invite them, to a ;
paiiicipaiion of a'l our blessings, aiidtqiial riht to
all the advaulages of our glorious couuirr, all that -
can in any way nuert tneir welfare and ha. pi
ness; in a word, to all the rights and pi ivileges we
eiioy ourselves, except ihat we will make and exe
cute the laws. Now what wrone is there in this
what harm, io giving an equal oarticiuation in all
the advantages of the land und in fact rL-leain7
them from the responsibility aud care of the eov-
This much as to the foreigner simply: but an ad
ditional objection exists as to Roman Catholics hold
ing oBices lu this government. The Roman Cath
olic church iu the United Skates is not an Am-ri.-an
LiSiitution; it owes allegiance to the Pone of
Home. The government of this church is at war
with this repubiicau form of government. It is
despotic to all intents and purposes its ol-jects,
aims, ana uoctrines are, the su ju.-aiion ot the
woild, and especially all tepbulicau forms of
government where liberty of the press, of spech
and of coiircience is contemplated. The doctrines
of this church are, that all denominations who are
not Roman Catholics are heretics. The law of the
church is, that it has the right, an. i it i in duty, to
persecute all hereties to the death if need be, and of
tiiis necessity tney are the proper and only juJg.-a
The membership ot this church are taught to, and
bound to believe, the Pops the supreme neud of the
church; with full power and authi riiy to make all
laws spiritual and temporal for their government
that he is lion's vicegerent, having tall power and
authority to punish his members not only with ex
communication from the church, but from the
Kingdom of Heaven; that he has the keys oi heaven,
can forgive sin of all and any magnitude can ab
solve tiieia from the crimes of murder, treason,
and from perjury in violating any oath of aliegiani e
they may have taken to this or any other govern
ment; and that be the Pope can delegate this power
to whomsoever it pleuses t im, and that he has so
delegated it to hi Archbishops, Bishops, Priests and
other Prelates ot his church. Yet more, that the
Pope ha the power to make a God or Gods at his
pleasure, and this power he can also delegate to his
subordinates. These delegates are preteudiog in
the presence of their congregations to make a body,
soul, and spirit of the Blessed Saviour for the pur
pose of being sacrificed for the sins of the church,
and this sacrifice be pretends to offer in the form of
bread aud wine, eating anddrinking them himself,
in presence of his church, claimii g that the bread
is the veritable body of the Lord Jesus Christ, nnd
that the wine is the actual blood of the body.
These Prelates hear the confessions of the members
of the church, and forgive their sins, imposing such
penauce ou them as they see fit from day to day,
aud ou stated days, as hemay think proper. It has
been the course of the church of Rome, whenever
snd wherever they have bad the physical pwer,
to enforce obedience to the laws ot the church, in
religious, as well as temporal matters.
The church has, whenever they have had the
power, uniformly put heretics to death, who did not
renounce all other religion, and profess faith in the
"mother church." Her trophies, from the bent es
timates that cau be obtained from tbe records of the
past, are the blood of million of Protestant. That
blood-shed has beeu suspended only because there
is sufficient force organized against it to prevent
lurther slaughter. 1 tie doctrines of tbe Roman
Catholic church are Politico Religious. The Pope
being God's vicegerent, claims absolute control over
the world of mankind in all things; ia other words,
he stands in the place of God, and all human gov
ernment and people o hi in absolute obedience
iu ail things. These being the doctrines of the Ro
man church, all who belong to the same entertain
opinions at war with our form of government, and
are iu deed and ia truth, by the very nature of their
duty as Catholics, bound to be the enemies of the
Government of the United States. Therefore,
while any citizen in this government oelongs to this
church, he owe a higher allegiauce to the Pope of
Rome, and is not a hi person to hold oitice iu a re
publican government. It is for this reason alone,
tlmt the Americans will not vote for Liui to fill ai y
office. Aud this baa been slled by some a propo
sition upon the part of the American p o ty to estato
hsh a religious ust for efface, in violation of the
constitution, flow any man of common sense can
come to the conclusion that this is requiring a reli
gious belief a a qualification for office, is matter
of astonishment iu view of the above facts, it they
are true, aud I sund ready to prove tbeiu if they
It may be that persons objecting to the Am- rican
organization on this ground, may not have taken
the true distinction between tho worship ol God and
the government, upon this point, and for thi re
ou I will make one other remark in this connection.
It is not to the religion ot tbe Catholics we olj xt;
it if their politics. Every Catholic on earth ( ind
when I say Catholic I mean uch as are Catholics
Irv'esi and in truth,) embiaces the doctrine that all
Ott trdenun I iaiionsar heretics, that all who do not
belong to the Rorosn Catholic church are infidels,
and that it I their duty not onlv to oppose and per
secute them to death, but to oppose all government
formed by ucb, and that in thi tbey are discharg
ing a bounden duty to the government of their
church. If tdey simply proposed to worship God
peron!ly according to their mode of woti-hip, and
lo couUsa their sins to the prieit instead ol their
God and get absolution from him instead of their
j Savior; or it tbey propose to worship the P.ince of
j Darkness rather than the Saviour oi th world, this
would be their constitutional right; but when they
( J9nh. mhh '
or bv their laws put them to torture aud to death.
if they do not, theu I say they are not to be trusted
with the making aod executiug of the laws of this
It is not allowable in this government that any
citizen mav owe allvgiance to any other govern
ment; for if be does he U not a citizen of this;
every Roman Catholic in the Uuitcd Stale owes
aliegiance to the Pope of Rome, the aioet despotic
government ou earth, and as long a that allegiance
continues, they are iu fact not citizeu of th Uni
ted State in a legal and proper sense. So if our
Rotnau Catholic people, I mean the natives, com
plain that this is their birth place, and tbey ought to
be allowed all privilege, I answer it i your own
fault, you have taken allegiance to a foreign power,
have defacto renounced your proper allegiance to
your native land, aud you are as much a foreigner
thi day aa if jou were a citizen of the city of Rome.
Let the Rcmao Catholio Church Americanize itself
in th United State (as has done all the other
churches) then ii will b seen at once that they can
be voted for, and bold office as any other denorci
ration. It ia because the doctrine of tbe Roman
Catholic Chorea U to consolidate Church and State,
that it is inimical lo th America Government.
The American party only insist npon what is provi
ded in the Constitution, that every man shall wor
ship God according to the dictates of bis own con
science; but it never was contemplated by the
framers of tb Constitution that, in the worship of
God, was embraced the right to kill and murder
those who might differ with them in worshipping, or
that in worshipping, tbe eovert metit of the United
States was to be destroyed, or endangered, or that
it would be any part nf the worship to oppose the
government ; but that while all should be protected !
by the laws ot tbe tai a iu tneir worsnip, tney
should in turn be good and loyal subjects.
It is because of these dangers to the rovern-
ment, which are imminent, and are daily increasing
w i. .k- r k
OJ IIIC vast UUUIU2rUI lUIClUCiB lUO UIWVI w iivih
are Catholics, which are constantly pouring into our
country, and because of the threats made many
vears since, that this government should be subver
ted by this very means, and because the Pope of ,
Koine bas sworn eternal hostility to wis anu an omer
republican governments-arid also because newspv .
pers have been in the last few years established in
the United States by tbe Roman Catholic Church,
in which we are plainly told, that, aa soon as the
power is sufficient, this government shall come to
an end ; that the American people have been
awakened, and without distinction of party, have
originated this great movement, and for the sole
purpose, (while it may be done) of saving the coun.
try in its American purity. This is not only an
American cause, but its objects are wider, deeper
and higher; it is for the redemption of the world 1
from despotic government. It bas been and is now
the ouly beacon light that illumes the pathway to
universal freedom. Americans are its true guardi
ans, tbey should be tue only sentinels on watch, or
taat can be safely placed on guard. If they should
longer sleep on duty, this Sun of Liberty n.ay i t,
and if this light is extinguished, what a midnight
darkness will pervade the world what misery the
human family must suffer!
Ilow important then that this step slionld have
beeu taken iu time to meet the .emergency. The
movement proposes to do no harm to any one, to
violate no rilit, but on the contrary to benefit all
mankind, aud to keep the government in a condi
tion to extend and enlarge its benefits, by protect
ing the country from foteign aggressions and injuries
at home and every man iu the full eiijoyra -nt of
religious freedom that he may worship God ac
cording to the dictates of his own conscience, gov
erned alone in this by his own interpret itiou of
God's woid, releui.ig him from. the interpretation
of any and ad Popes, Si-hops, Prici-ts and otlur
Prelates. I repeat, to this est 'nt, for these pur
poses, ami for no other was the organization put ou
loot. That there will be opposition to the move
ment we may fully expect; no great aud good m- as
ure has ever been stalled, which has not met
opposition, Eometi res fierce and violent. Tl e
mission of the Saviour for the redemption of the
world from sin was met and opposed by wicked
men and devil9, and he crucified. The revolution
w as opposed by kings, despots, and Oad men, atid
the lives of many thousands of our good men wer
sacnficid by their opposition. That opposition,
although insufficient lo stop the niovein. nt, still
exists lhat we will find and are now ft-in oppo
sition to this movement, by our own hou-ebold all
know; many of those who oppose this movement
are moved doubtless by good motives some b
bad oiks but whether by good or bad motives,
the result is the same. Under this suite of tlu
case, the duty of the American patty is plain.
Buckle on the whole armour of Liberty and fitrhr
by argument, examples and persuasion, being nerv
ed ny the justice of our cause, relying upon the
God of our fathers for another triumph in the cause
of human freedom, and if we do so, being true to
God, our country, and ourselves victory will perch
upon our banner and our glorious stars and stripe
will wave triumphantly, until the world shall be
disenthralled, until universal freedom shall be en
joed by all the nations of earth
I had intended to have presented som o'h"r ar
guments upon one other po nt, and have xhibed
proof upon that point, but I find that I have be n
anticipated by Gen. Z dlicoffer's speech, pub i-hed in
your p iper of last week He has presented the
arguments and proofs so fully t iat I beg to call at
tention to them, as being better th in anything I
might be able to say. I do not know that I shall
continue the.e numbers farther, I shall not for the
present. . SENEX.
Do THET INDORSE ALL OF THEM. Do the papers
that advocate Johnson's election, endorse his anti
slavery notions, his advocacy of the amending of
the Constitution of the United States, and in a
word, all hisjincendiary, fanatical, an 1 red republi
can docrrines? If they e i 'orse them w' y 'o thev
not openly avow it, and te 1 f te wor d w a. th' y are
in favor of? No they do not avow toid endorse
him publicly; but end) avr to blind their party by
diverting the attention of their readers from the
dangerous doctrines of th-iir candidate. We would
like to hear from thrm. Jdurfreesttoro Telegraph.
Citizen of the Southern and
Learning from my agents and correspondent In various
parts of the country, that my Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps
Is extensively counterfeited, espeei-illv In the Southern and
Western States, and finding that the pirates daringly ad
vertise their pernicious deceptions under tha name which
belongs to my article, I think It necessary to caution tha
community sgainst these venders of poison in disguise.
I introduced the Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps for Ihe
purpose of supplying the medical faculty and the whole
community with a pure medicinal spirit, which might be
prescribrd with confidence in all cases where stimulates
were required, without prnduclrg the fearful con-equenoe
which invariably result from usin; adulterated liquor. In
order tn render assurance dnnbly ure. I had the article
analys-d by chem'xts of world-wide celebritv, and ul
tnitted it for exp rltnent test to thousands of distinguished
medical practitioners. The recpooaei from ths sourcis
were ol the most unequivocal and satisfactory character .
It is now before the pu'dic, surrounded with thtse guaran
tees, and bearing these unimpeachable emlor-cments, and
I c ill upon the romttionity to protect themiielvea anil me
their own health and my reputation- -by frowntnr down and
repudiating the piratical spe culators who are pedaling their
foul commodities under cover of my trtd mark. No article
had rver been Imported from Holland into this market, "n
der the name of Schnapps, pr vtous to tbe appearance of
Wolfe's Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps, In this city.
The first importation twin . made Int.- this city in the year
eighteen hund ed at.d forty-eight, wh ch ean be seen bv tbe
Custom House books, I d pout ted n a'-el as a trade man
In theJ. 8. bi-trict Court tf the Southern Piatrirt of New
York, in the year eighteen hundred and fit y ne, and bare
tha. certificate In my no aeMWn of that date. The gra-t
firman I which hss thns been created f r the genuine ar I
cle, has set the whole hive o countrrf-ilers in motion and
the duty I owe to my ru tomers and fiin Is, a d the puVie,
compels n.e from time to tint to put them on thlr euird
aea:st lmpo"itlon 1 hsve established a depot at 25 So th
Front street, Philadelpliia, where the Wtntern merchants
can draw their Suppl at New Vork price.
Ul-OLPHO wot rs.
21 Beaver street, New Y rk.
Memra. SEYMOUR, PANNINO A CO , Wnolesale Agnts,
Nabville, Tenn. v JtiJ-lm
SI.r OF VAL.V KI.K .tll.tlMti s rCKS.
ON MONDtT EVKXIXO. July 2. 18VS, at 9V o'clock, 1
wiU sell at auction, .' 00 shares of Bewaoee Mining
Company Stock, and TuO Shares of Current Kiv r M.ning
l.o iiio uot per 9i"ca
B h theab,ive Mmlng Companies are an tn sncoe'ul
operation, eeraons wiabmg to make gool and sale invcat
ucnu, ertll do well at eud this sale.
Th abuve Sharks will ix soa r.n a rremt or :onr ani ng'it
months, with notes satisfactorily eodoraeJ aod pajsb in
Also at th same tlm and place. I will sell 'or cash th rtv
flve hues Nashville Bjll.ilng and Loan Assooislion SUMa.
The instalmentsjon the tame are a I paid up.
Sale to commence imnvdiately after tbe sale of money of
the Naahvtile Buildinj and Loan Association
jy dlt E. D. f ARN3W0RT1T.
Illlr.ltAL. AUVA.'NfKS mad lu C)U on Ship
s wienta to
H NTOMIRT, Al,
Jy1 SETMoTR, PANNINO A CO.
:TI have associated wits ks In ttaiiness Mr. WALTER
B. It a L'ssS. of this city, for the puroows of doing aa
exclusive wholeaale Vnty Trade, ia iewof which w will
disp-ste of war retail Hoa Purnlshirg stick at reduced
pr.ccs. We hav.: a Sue aawartmenl of g osU ta that Una,
and aa puoriaa'ty now offers fur those in need of such ar
ticles, to Mippljr themaelyea at kiw prices.
jj-8t A. MORRISON 1 CO.
ww. swKKurr. aowr. h'oowsslu csul . SMtnurr.
Excelaior Wharf Boat.
SMEDLEY, M'CONNELL & CO.,
COXafLUIOa- AJTO MF.&CHA5T3,
' E wouid rewpoRiruriy Intenat Merchaate r Shippers
that we are wow Beeaavine aad Furwarteg troavde
frww osm of taat largeM aad fcwst Wharf BoaU ea the Wes
tern watsrra, twiag aaUrely aew. J0 a l
N. SHIELDS, Proprietor,
former ."Haifa tire! mn4 MrwsadlwAy,
WOOL! WOI. !-Wj want 10,000 lbs washed
Wool, tor which we will pay cash,
jjt W. 11. GOKDOS A CO.
i?Bt riir.KS, GINSENG and BEESWAX
1 We want -
10 0W lbt Live Gieae Feathers;
10,000 lbs Beeswax, for which we will p-y cash.
W. H. GORDON A CO.
NAILS 1.000 k'g-s hotnber-er'i Nails in store and
for sole by if W. H. GORDON A CO.
( 1 LASS IVAU L ?0 boxe qnart rUslts;
I T 100 do X pint do; in store and
for sale by
W. U. GORDON A CO.
Ce?F'ntt!U QTtt V h" Snm"'
initoreandfo' sa'eby W. U. GORDON A CO.
rj .,' 1 o 0 hairs fine Salt;
l.OuO do coarse Salt; in ' ore and for ialp by
W. H GORDON A CO.
WATT?, GIVEN & CO.,
ReCmlliSC & Forward Merchants,
HATING a large new and substantial Whirr Boat, all
Goods entrusted to our care shall be forwnrd d wiih
promptness aod despatch. ien U
Fl'HTilTCHE I Fl It.ITl It II
T No 45 Union street, Ira H. Mor-
l ton's old stand, is a larg-p and
1'1 ft.nnrtinent ot I urilllir'( i.'-7T -i . I
hich will bes.ld alextrimeiy low prices
Those wlshlDg sny tliim In the Furnituie line, will do
well to call i moediatelv, as I ana directed to close oat the
ennern f .rthwi h, which I wiU do, even h. ngh it be for
LKjm 1UAN COST. JO. W. BfciX, Ag nt.
A C A It If.
THE P.ibscribfr roposes to receive a limited nmiher of
Pup'la, to iuatruci in all the branches of a thorough
Engl itu and Clicl Edticntiou.
Fvery Ertncntinnul Faiilhy will be provMed for the study
of the !a'U"l sciences. There will b-- a go.xl Chemical
and Phil'ix'phicnl Apparuu.t, a Si e tibiae, of Minerals,
anl a wrll selected L brry, to wh.ch the -tudeut- may, at
all time', have lies acc s
No Hupil n der ten years of asre din be received.
The first session will commence on the FlHaT MONDAY
Terms persesiion of fie months, $40
JOHN KIMBFRLT, A. M.
Reference is mide to the Vacul'y of ihe I'niver-itv of
Nor h Carlin i: to Professors Ag:- S, Wym .n and ll-rslord,
f the Lawrence S.-ien fl S-cin.il, I'amnnde; Hon Tbos
Brum, ooverno-.f No ill Carolina; Uou. b-cuueth tUyner,
of Noith Csrui'iia.
Aiy eo nrajniCKtioa left at h Gaie te ottce, "ill receive
GUM B THING MATTS.
117 have few m re of Oiuse superi r Chamber B-th !
IV Malts lor sle bv
MYEtS A McOIfX
Lad es an 1 Gentlemen's Furnishing Store,
Je6 Cuiner of Square and College tieet
TKEUS! THfSKSl t
IADY'S Bonnet Tunks:
j Traveling lru"li;
Fuper Sole Leather Trunks. Re-eived av iG'h, by
RAM AUK CIILR'JH,
GEN'TLKM N's FI-UNI 11 1 O AND PASCY CO D3.
, g -ex -on is ;idvaii:rd and we wi.-h to malt' room for
fill pori lia-., wewi I II ur i ree' t sn cW a' re
meed p icts. It consi.-ts I.' .- h.rts. Underwear, everv viiri-
ty. l-'V.s, hilt-h. s , CrHV'iis, Ptoc-, Luilrilli-, Canes,
iVubj Brushes. Fai"; a f' eh aiid rhoire lot id I'erfumtry,
llairoiln Ac. A mo a few best i'e lea her Trunks. ariet
itags, e . together aith mai y oUitr ai tides all -f which
we will sell at low rates. .
g myk a aicun.t..
I. 'POM and fer th.- 1st Angus', n-xf
1 will re.luce their charges fir rorwar ling
On a l p-.c''ag s of Dry Uood-, Shoe-, Hoots, Hats,
Cl-thin.', HaHare, tonft ctionery, B-ck-, ac, of
o d.n li v ije. eac''.
Cask- and b ir els of Wines and L'q iors,
il mid picksis of (inc.-lies,
,'i ffer aud Nails, per sack and keg,
All heavy anil costly articles charged in proportion.
. ot waislii g Grain coattnis , per sack,,
V our in barrels.
.V"" Messrs. VV. II GOIiDO V CO., of Nash ilie, are cur
Agents in iat pla'-e, to whi ru payment- mut ' e made.
i4T Merchants not residents of Nashville, but who re
ceive their g sjds there, must pty Mesr . (lordon Vo. tn
. Vance r retnit to us, or we ill charge five per cnt for
pgr-We meisure all our freights, det.-ctiug any over
charire in measurmt nt of goods by vessels
rVe sell on cotnussion all kinds of Pro lu e.
jy-Wearethe Ag"Tits for the Tredegar Iron Works,
Richmond, Va , ftir all ti- iif Bar Iron, Railroad Iron of
every de-rip i m, Railroad Ch a and Spikes, Bridge Iron,
iO.,ac, aud the best Virgin! P'g We'al.
WY AT T A CO., fharle-ton,
YOUNG, WVATI' A '0.,Ssvannh,
O'tton Factors, Comaiiskion and forwarding Met chants.
LCOVOMY .1SD COVIffOUT.
DR. C. WCROZIEB'S
Camphor Wash Mixture,
Fatentei July ll, 1851, and which receiv ed the
Premium at the Nashville Fr in October
last Warranted to contain nothing in
the least injurious to Clothes; also
a Great Pain Killer.
fllHE under igned, having rrpeattdiy been solicited to '
X. make consignments t the 1 tcn. 1 amihor W arb Mix
ture, ha concluded to sell no more county rig-Ms in this
St tte, but will in future have the Improved Camphor Wa-h
Mixture put up and distributed throughout this Stat' (ex
cept in the counties where the righ's have been di-posed t)
aud in the State i f Alabama. And 'hat he may le enabled
mori tlT- '-tuaily to make this arrangement, lie r. poses to
divide the p ttent for Tennessee and Alabama into ,"'
shares, one fourth to be retained, and the remainder 730
shares will he ITered for rale. A p-ison remitting ten
dollars will have one shtre in the Patent, to run fourteen
ears from July 11, l!-f4. and 111 br- at tbe same time ic
vestina also five dollars to be nsed io the purchase of the
Ingredients, a lve tising-and the necessary expenditure of
tte means to prep ire and distribute the Mixture for sale.
Consignment will b-; made to shareholders, (who may re
quest it,) and to no other persons, to the amount of f'rir ,
... . . . . 11 l. t ; .
lemiltance. ana iney wui oe ituwru a cuiuniiinn hi c
per cent on their sales, and also their proportion of the
profit at large.
Annual x libit of ss'es wil' be made, and d vidends of the
profits reniit'rd to each shai ehoMer. No debts will be con
tracted, nor will th? Cumpary be r-sponsibl lor any, as the
bu-Inert" wil! be conducted up"n the rash -ystrm.
Any of tho.-e who have purchased patents for eonntles In
thi St ite c in hsve the privilege i f exot.arging their righ s
f r fhar9 at t e puc- they have paid. This exchange will
be ma le at the cost of the Patentee.
It ii desirable to have a' least one or more active shar
holders In each count in the S ates named. S ilwf1 iptions
for shares will be clo-ed by the 1st September n t. And
consignmet ts ol ihe Mixt in will he made v ry soon there
after. Certifi -ati-s iau-d o thareholders, who wih rtqueat
the Agency, I' they iiesire it.
The unner 'g'ied will act Ag-nt until the ahari-holders
elect th ee dirrctors to oi ve one year, w ho wi I t aye the
m-iD igemen' u itil their surces ors hnh be elected.
Nesiaper lu Mi b le, Montgomery. Tuarainosa. ITunts
ville, T ill uiega and Tu u.niiia, that wi I inib.l h this twice
and "th -r uvertienirn to ihe amount f tea uohars, aud
seud one espy, aid ietieooe sh.tr A I lres
C W. C.iOZ't1 K. Patentee,
j 2S Knuxville, Venn.
Cabin Passage to Xew York 520.
TJNTTD STATES MAIL LI5Z.
The new aud Spleudid side-wliet I sleam.b p
KOWII.I.I.,lH)tons CapC C. D. Lcdlow,
M ; ST.tt ISOil tons Capt, T. Lroa,
I ( ,oit I l.t
13'0 tous Capt. M. 8. Woonseii,
A LA 11. a ISiaJtons Capi. O. R Scsasci,
tlll I. Ult -VUIllUll
Vnr WEDXESDA T AXD SATURDAY.
These ships are am-mg the largest on the coast, unsur-
Saasd lo speed, safety or comfort making their paaaagas in
J lo 60 hours, an I 4 re commandod by skillful, careful and
po.ite oftjeera. Having elegant state-room sccoTmodatione,
lory o(Ter a moat daairaUe conveyance New York.
Cabin paaeage I'-0
Steerage paasaga 8.
Ageais: i'ADELFORD, FAY A OO , Savannah.
SAM'L L. UiTCtilLL. W Bmadwav.
Je26 N"" T,,r-
TO CO. ril tCTIMIS
PnOPO'ALS wl I lie pi e-l" ed by 'be undersigned until 4
fVlock. ou TIIL'wSUaY EVS.MNO u- xt, fc.r building a
Bt DiC acms the Let B arx-h, on Co lce s reet. ihe
plai and sprciflcatl n can be a en at the Office of tl e Cnited
r men's Insurance ompany, No. S3 fotirge street, rppo
site the Scwanee House. '"HS 8 DAS ill ILL,
A. U DA VI.",
Je2S t! Comtuittoa.
THC recent de.true u.n of the Building. Machinery, Far.
nl'ureaad MUrf of the Scuik Naytlla Furol'u-v
Manufacturing Cum nr, a.kee 1$ Urm-aary to eleM up
the bulu of said Company. Il is, therefore, earnMtly
deairrd and r q leste I that all pstreoite ioJebted to the aaid
Company wid cite forward and sUe tbe same; and aU
tatreno kavu.g t'laims aga nat swtd Company will please pre
eent them lor settlement. it H (illoOXM, Pre. I,
. L. SA.NCR,S'y
twWhave tome I'urnitttre) on hand, wi ath we
will sell ai our usual pitcva, aud we wish u do to as suoo aa
wratrlX hie. JeiJ -Iss
I i sr itt riVKin-
I UShnxls si. O and t'lanSed Swear.
113 Kbl and hf bbls Ueboiied 60 bbi Cider Vinegar;
ktolaoae; . 10 euki Scotch A:
fye kegv Nails aasortad; firt kegs Shot and Lead.
&oe"tai Kentucky Rope: HsJ Cuxtm Brewaw;
Ka) wk .U and haU Suae Star ss rrama W rapi-ng Paper.
CaadWe. 10 1 1 lo 6 gallon Dst J ibaa,
U ksa.s Soap; A'd.e Pale ted aUKktts;
t Sa Surch; 10 kbla Coppers";
AO dosau PWk w,. lOd.tajO Uavaas Segare;
Id bao Pepper, Spice and 10j,0 Aawarkan eegara.
Pov a.aw by SEYMOUR, FANMSO A CO.
jel Gaer Markea aaa CUwisdk sycta.
L!ltO I(U oba.'S Alwaaarda. reewived ky
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pecuj of ChriUanity, by the Chevalier Bunsen. S vols.
8 Davidson's Introduction to th New Testament. 8 vols.
Jeremy Taylor's Whole Works, with his Life and a Cri ical j
Examination of his Writings, by Bishop Heber. IU vola.
B Barrett's SynopsU of Criticisms on Pifflctand Disputed
Passages of the Old Testament. S vols,
d Kev Thomas B -stou'. Complete Works, with his Life, c.
edited by McMillan. 13 vols, (scarce.)
T Morning I xercises at Cripplefate, Bt. Giles ard 8outh-
wark. forming a Complete Body of Divinity, by a t the
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Genius and Wr tings, by Henry Rogers. 4 vols.
9 Memoirs of the Life and Writings of Dr. Chalmers, by
his son in-law. Dr. Uanna. 4 vols , half calf.
10 Chillingworth's Religion of Protestants : A Safe Way to
Salvation. 1 vol.
11 Histo y of Latin Chris' ianity. Including that of the
Popes to the Pontificate of Nicolas V. by Milman.
12 Lawson's Bible Cyelopdla, containing the Biography,
Geography and Natural History of the Ho:y Sciiptares.
18 Geneste's Pcrallel Histories of Judah snd Israel. S vols.
14 BUhop Home's i-omplete Work. 3 vols.
13 Ecclesia tical Greek Historians; embracing Kusebios'
Consantine and Ecclesiastical History, Socrates' Histo
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IT Iafl It-lity; Its Aspects, Causes aud Agencies, by Rev.
Tl omas Pearson. 1 vol.
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28 Stephen. History of the Chmch of Scotland. 4 vols.
2T Doddri Ice's Family kx osilor. 5 vols.
H Blaii's 3-rmon", with Ms Life, Ac. 4 rols.
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REPORTS OF THE CtSE AR'ITED AND DETERMIN
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L. T. Fsrt D. Vol. 1 now ready and for sale by
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A. J. FRANCISCO,
IVo. 23 1'ublic squar.', ASIIVILLR.
il IIm- Fm w Ii loss n blei llaat
I lit .mrium. very thing new and
desirable in he way 01' SI I. K BKAVKK,
CASSUiERE and UolK SKIN UATdcan
always be tound al
je No. 83 Public Scre.
(AVAI.IEIt IIATS-This very populary
y siyie of Hat either of Mole Skin, Caasiicrre or 'R
Pe ver maoe in the highest atjle of the art, and fin- 'm
ished in the most supero manner, to suit all utn, can be
I RANCISt'D'S HAiASIt,
No. 28 Puhhc
iiavk tiii: t ntsr
Vi ll o i C o f The suh-crber will receire
dav, an a soriment of the finest PICAKL an MOI'SK
CuLOKfcD UL'SOAKIAN HATS ever brouiht to this mir
ket. Tney were selwt d particularly fur 'heir rlegauce and
beautiful finish. Let every bod; take a look at them
je9 No. SI South side of Public Square.
Till: I..lili:4 Still on hand a f- w more of
those elegant black and drab MOLE RIDIN'i 11TS,
besides Straw, V.-lvt, Ac. Also, making to ordsr, anyde-
-ription of 3Iole Riding Hat defired.
Ji.9 PRANCISCO, Public fq lare.
7 It Ji V. It , A T I E ! T I O I-Just finish- cTS
1 ed, a 'ew more of those PLANTAT1' N FKLT
HATS, the best evor seen in Naabvlde. C:ill and rx
amine them at PRAN ISUO'S,
je No. K3 Public Square.
orwri-: vnutv a.'.d a'iii:a-
O rlie) llHta A fine assortment o' ihe"e highly
popular and very desirable Sl'MMrR HAT his just
been opened at FRANCISCO 9 HAT STORE,
je No. 2:1 Public Square.
TntS dehvhtful Summer Retreat is now opeu for
the reci p'ion of visitors. The H"Uv ha- under
gone a thorough reapdr, and the moat ample ar
rangements have been mane tor me accomm .latum
of those who desire to avail themselves of a Visit to this
well tno n watering place.
It win be heco istant aim and endeavor of the Proprietor
to p!ea a I who vi-il b ut, and to preserve nd maintain
the htrh rmutation universally accorded to the-e Springs,
by all th ir (ormer patrons. Pledging himself to untiring
assiduity In the discharge of all the dull, e devolving o
him as Propri- tor, he conti'ient'y hopes to receive the hb-ral
patronag- he et fire tsienued so biro by his friends and
ftliw ni:Kiii- .Mll.ral'V.
A full upuly ul Ice is on hand and ready for 'he se:
JcXl la.pl WM. KOBIRTS, Prcprl,
T lltCH S'V) b"xes Pearl Starch In store anJ fir
sale by J .28 W. U. O0RUON CO.
i;i: s, ft 11 1 1
O 1;0 h M Trlme Sucar;
bbls Loaf and Criuhed Sug tr;
1N bbls Moiaeea;
T. X tie d ;
SI3 nags pr'tiie n.t '.lmore Ccff.-e;
tii k'gs N.i s, all uses;
Sm b -Is W tntk.i;
3 do I'unitoon B any;
3 l X-'S Tobicco. all grades;
An do P-arl Starch
li'O do Schiedam sw-happe;
.) ro Longworlh's Spat kling Catawba W:ce;
30 do 'lo Try do rie
fin bbls do do do do
AO cases Catawna Bran ty, pure article;
800 kers lasting Powder;
l,i tsD ieet 8 tfety Fuse;
6on ia 1 Regalia Cigars, all grades
F. sale by 6. H. Lr0M19 A CO ,
Jaj No. 4; Public Square.
" CRUTCIIER HOUSE
FOR It E ft T ,
A Jl D F V UNIT V It E r O II SALE
On Seasonable Terms.
Apt ly Immediately to the subscriber
Jc 13 tf
a. a. cauiaTOs.
1. s. aLUAioaa.
ra.iraiiTO a of tk
Verandah Livery Stables,
AVOC1.D Into m Ihe public that eyhae t
11 1. .1. . 1 . .1.1.1. nn v harry street. Im-
- ,ru uir wo . .
11 ... . .k- e-.mf th. Vaiandab Hil aod
.. . . . .. ..,IU.M lUltof l
w 11 aeepon rami -'- ' k... U. r mm
the cmtr umty at lr. Ve are date. mined te have H. r ee
and buggies. ' I tie bet qoallty, sad reins 1 ..t-ficu tlat al
wid be p,ea.d. -e a-k a.hareof pubhe pwl.
U'aea boat ded on tbe MSUaJ leraaa. telS-slw
v ave thi. dav cu y tivyv:"Tz
BI N M. NOU. A CO.. - t. O. l "ZAl
tesiowed oe "' !V'-U
liahyiile, June , is5.
T. C. BURGE & CO.,
iBBceeeairrs ta aten. M. Noel tt Co.)
Commission, JUcslviaf aad rorwardina; KsrebaaU
aad Dealers ia Torsiya end SoaseUe 1 iqaors.
C'orsr of College and Spring Si tri.
clt-laa ev!lle, Tesen.
FOR ULDIES, XI&SZ3 AID CHILDBFIt.
J S le feesSvwd Ue day
Ladiea' Ktd baakinr,
atlaawa black Lasting GaJtwre:
(.hi ilrga's aiac d Catarwd LasHng Hattasrai
a jMea,OrsM-w awd a.atianev a-aa.
RAM AUK A CHURCH.
j,j $ 4i Cultegv eirect.
j i' ii s 1:
W tig Offie.
AST D laq Jiri at tks True
ii.r..'.. u Ac h buee wui ksj cwUDUsd by I'
U?. "d .U. dt -'der -be at, -f T. C. kt'KGB M i
,t".T. - ...:i.,u uf the r natas.age ao lit
" " CHAKCERY SAJJL :
David C. Love t als. vs. Alex. Matthews, et sic
BT vtrtne of a iecr rendered at the May term, 1855, ol
the Chaixry Court at Nashvil . I wi; expos (or ik-
lie ale tn the highest bidder, on the 8iih Sny of Jane lnst,
i at the Court House door ia Nrnhville, the toilowicg descria-
ca propel ij, to wic
Ninety to acre, of Land, about i miles from Nanhvftle.
on Ihe Brick Church Turnpike road, west side, on the north
I side of Cumberland river. Alv 61 Zi acres, osooaoa tha
above described, and being a part of ihe i. act of land own
ed by the late David B. Lnve, dee'd. Also, a tract of lied
in tmmpnreva coonty, near waTeriy, conmDf Hu acres,
mure or lea. Also, a tract of land containing SSO acrea,
more or less, n th water of Marrowbone Creek In David
TE'iMS The above property will besnHon aerwdttaf
one, twi and three years, with interest from date, except
the sum of two hond'ed and Cry doll .rs, which will br re-,
quired tneash. Bond with goou seruritv will b required,
and a Hen retained. C. D. KR'EN,
Je9 Id Clerk and Master.
SCIIOOIL OF LITE.
Jost received by
TOON, NELfON A CO .
A' School of Life, .
By Anna Mary Howitt, author of "An Art-8todcat
By J. A. U. I vol. 2mo. 400 papes.
"It la highly moral In its tone Ttiere are raasagea, both
of hnmor and pathoo, whiie al the same time th author
has s U'Iiou-It avoided any thing like over-drawn tenumeat.
It may be read with advintatte alike by the oid and the
younp. and will, d abtleas, atord amusement and instruc
tion to all yu.
Or. Recollections of Materral Influence.
I B"u ago oi trance:
cnis Fonrteen h, snd the Writ-rs of Ms Are: be'ng
a Course of lectures dcU.erd t, in Frenc) ) io a select
sndiecrt in New York, hj 3ev. 1. f. AsJe Introdu
tion and Tranalation bv Vev. E. S. Ksik.
Visits to European Ctitbritiet,
By Will'ara B Sprag'ie D. D.
The Teacher's Last Le3soa.
The Life of Sain. Houston. ii:atraieL
The Raj-Bag By . Pker w,i ia.
The May Flower, ry h. Bee- her stowe.
Wuh many other new and interesting work.
JI NF. IIAIIIM It.
TON, NEf JON A OQ. have revive I Uavper's
for.Iu ie. Pack nonbers al-o supplied. myii
.'M t.UIIOI'S I OK mii:.
AYR iff of the best
Nevroes for that T hay
s-en iw t.o years. Any -n I
mm wanting good aer-
vants o .ght lo Call im-ni-.il te y Aii 1 . mm n 1 ire un
til Cliri.tm is. jei- KKK W. POitTAR.
TWO E0U5ES AND LOTS FCB
I OFFER f. rsa'e -wo new Bi:IiK DWFLLtNO HOrSF.e,
on K.iow't s 'tri-et We-t Nashville .- X ro. ma tach, and
l" sii-ry por h- cisterns atrach .1 go.al hei l y li cation,
and every way cimil'irtab'e ai d !c-i' b e at d cor.y- merit
to a St. e !u!ptiur WVIl A gi od oar a n w.il I.. gv n on
lit eral term. vr I i 1 xchange or lands yu the Mi ci i pi.
One of iheu is for rent until sold
J-ll tf J W P. MANNING.
(JT If '. NII.fi-4ifiwh..V rax-. Pr srtor A Gt.ir..
ble's Star Candira in store ti t fu
ru:. I 1
H. G.-KlOX A CC.
, tl LO . 'MI I
1 h rd pressed Summer T
sale by ie8
fji 0 bove J. Doyle A Co's
How 1 anulrs in t. re and for
v H iK'iM it.
COTTn.V AUvS .i bagsAai, 6s, Isi and 0
Cotlou . arns from th d ff rcnt Fac.or.e-. in etote ard
lor sale by J?2 V. u. t.uhDoN . C.
tlOO IE i:va ttl.
AN WAY on Mond iy right. tl.eilt irt., white in the
IV emplosment of Mr CI ..rli-s K 11 M irtio, of ihis rily,
tWOMtillO MEN. name-J.M ant AIBKi. They ae
a'"Ut twenty five years of age of d-'k on prxion had
with them a new suit of clothes, nvi-lr of t-rren ca-irett,
and new silk hats JIM is a'w ut fire feet ei.-ht inc ee
high; weighs ahent lShlb--; el finned, hn-h lorthead and
pleading cou'ilenanc-; 8"-i.k q nek a hen spoken to; was
raise-! in Williamson county by I human IVtway. ALIEKT
s about 3 fert 7 inches hi,b: we-.-hs about 1T3 lb; rourd
fact', good ci uotena.TCe, with -mall round yes; soeaks
rut er slow when spoken 'o; r.:t .-r tin I umhle l ting ne
gro; was raia. d by Ool. Thomas Wi li ,ms. of Moi tgomery,
Al I will give the above reaard if they are taken and
secU'e-1 so tl ut 1 get them.
mj'24-tf C. L. NFLSON.
AS A"Ht l,lNKY
bales RichlaaJ 51 inuf iciuriug Cowranv's Jeans;
So d do tk d 1 Lin.ei , for
urgroes, in store and for sale by
je-.8 w h. fio.:ro a CO.
KATLS Ui:iH til)!
THE Rates of Preight h-ving been gr-atly reduced by
the first elaaa steam ship- plying between the die- of
New To k and Phi la- elphia ami favmnah, Ga., the atten
tion uf fcppere calie-i to the house of
D. D. COPP,
COMMISSION AJID F0RWARDIN3 KlESCILalfT.
SAVANNAH, 4. A.
Mr. Copp is an old Merchant In Savannah, and anil exer
cise his usual promptness touching all con Ignmrnts te bis
aiidresa Forwarting charg-a i.n tioo .s coming to ash ll,
will be sent to tbe subscriber, aod can epaid here. The
subscriber will also receive orders for HCK, and romaands
lor business generally to be transact, d in Ssranah
Jel9 lm No SI College street, Nashville.
S200 XI oxc-x7,cl,
IOII AMTIIO.MV A . t lli:itll'i.ES
UTJIO ranaway from Citronel'e, Mobile county, ou Satur
day night, June 3, l-.'O, if aeeuiml in Jail, so that I
can ret them. Anthony is a I r ght o'ulat:o maa, about ii
or 80 years old.gtay eyea, dark am ght hair and woa.d pass
'or white without a cloee Inspec ion. lie was ri d tear
(lallatin and i eiha will ati p hc e f.r some das, and he
has a down cast loos whrn sp k- n to.
Hercules la a very tal1 spate built man. about ihe same
age of Anthony, and bas ery m--wih blark i-kiu, reads and
writes well, and la, without doubt, r,.iing fr one of the free
State He la a painter by tr nto. a-, I eiy in ellig.ot, and
wi ite them free paaaea, without a doubt
A Id' ess, K S TKIOO. MoS'le. Air.
jlS-iw. Care of B VACGUN.Conimwaion JJirn hanU.
Hoi for Kingston JTprings!
fl'IIE u- declgnedhav- m ide an arrange- is. -1
ment wit Mr Jame- J. Pakrr, io 1 "T":cPwyt"a
a six pa senger omnibus 10 the .-piii gsthree '
times per week, rare each way, to dollars. Office at the
Sewanee Hou-e. where seats mav be secirrd.
The omnibus will leave Na-hviHe pun, tun ly al 9 o'clock,
A. M , n Toe-days. Thursdays, and Saiu-ilaya.
Returning will leave the Springs puwtivillu at same
hour on Morida s. W edneai'avs and I nd .ys.
1 areful Sr vera, gnad h- ihi, con fort a We emnibuaes aa4
a drhghtiul place of reso t are thus offered to the p iblie
Nj pain. tll be paed to maae the Uip plraaaut, and a So
lon.' n at Kiiigauin agreeable.
JeM-Sm e I- J- A J KRIIDER.
AHOt'PE AND 1 OT In the Southern portion ef
hee'ty The kH is si-oated b-twren Market
and M -pie streets, a ermtlt nation 01 Fiont ftre t;
and frnntaoB Cirroll , te. et S Ieet. mom. berk l.'-S
feet, to an alley the Hou e rvMa'ns four rooms, with so
right ta Hall Porticw in front, and Ponrb eight fret wid.
aul bick Mrick biidlrgs. Any son wi hirg to buy
ealaaal eomS.r abU hoaue.S1 aaibi rx.ii.iu. Ihe move bouaw
and lot. as 1 will sell it chesp and tip-'" reasonable term.
R. A. BAI.LoWK lieneral Agent,
jel3 o. 17 Dea-WricH street.
f Al U .tUH.tiTs-I will pay Cath to I per-
Ll auna hmv.ng Land warrants to d'po nt.
uALLiiWE, Hen Aft,
t a. 17 DeMlertea at.
A V C T 1 o r t: K 11
AND GENERAL aOrNT.
Ko. 63 Cherry Street, Kashville, Tana.,
UflLL atund to the Sa'o of Dry Oo.hU, Urocwriea, Seal
LtaU.and PrrOGal Pioperty
Alee will attend 'be aoiu.g ear eoJleetlng of Rents et
Hou-e., and Uire of Negrw s, Ac. .,....
ray-The e"'leHioge cia'ww, or wi --
., . . .1 l. ..I.....I irt .Ilk Ir Siuiil-
saaas, p aeed lo au a aaa wui
ncae aild e.rith-
b ailetKied 10 with p npa-
C. J, aV J. KItEIUCR
Vr Baw ready I acroarnodafi visitors at th1 wel
known aad peww'ar Wabrng P'.aee Ami le prrpara-
I 1 ton. ha a b a mala (sr pruo tiuc tha pVaMire and ooea
! tort wf all who may some l out wo t undrrd .hade trass
having bstea ashled during ihe paat season tc eeasltlttoal
protection from tha sun in hot weather. Of their TAI LA.
II t. onty wesewaary so e.y that It will ea piiwd aa sarre-
lo lor., wtih the bee tbe country wn aff si. feraioea all
the ordlaarr aaaiaameate aad ree-eatiuna, fish aaJ g we arw
a hi Bt an I ta that MighlsorhoMi, ao that the gannev and angler
mav p.-awecate Uetr tevorHa eporu las any ti'Hl
ty Oraa;'s Bs at of MLSiO Us asxa esapw yed foe u
I?OU fAI.E I ha-e few la caiST MILL, wlik eU
tb-s enure iKwatj for tbe satue. Tbe atid la prw.
waited by fread Wbasrl, and perwr. w taking N.U for
their wae wtaaid wed tw eU . ad aes H, aa U wdl kat
acaslchcaw. Ajwiy in B. A. K IXO E,
, Cat Agt, No II Deealert. St.
Edgefield Lots for Sale.
1TP. UAYI S1XTT BEsCTl Fl'L Bl'ILDtNO LOTS is
1 the thnviBg and hand me vi. Ig of EdfeSeld, wn.
Id tea a.lntea' walk ol the P He Ssj iar., wfcuk vsrlll
asd t t boast rstrvsw-4 stee ring e baiH apon eloswaagty tW
wrabts tarsaa. Tkesw Lose front fitly are! as Fa lite aaitd,
W di.nd. aee, -r and b. b-m strweta -ad tbebaJ
l.Ua rwrwpike. aud ra back wee k inured aad aeveatj kel
tweiatsta reaalleya. ,.
1 key win est sead wa a credit i 1. . K and 5 year, wit
, ti....L bm mmi wayaba la bank; with eaUaia. tatry e-
4Mrmtw apM the) arst notes, nod a Ilea retained ape
Wa will lo lays persona who wisk to build aITral
aa ani of y. let taabts ib.m to put up vxaaaKtabia
ad derirable sesa, Ukuig mortgage on the aoaee) aad
rr.ju.ruig ihe ewaae la keep il l"sorvi for oar kvnsrftl.
ll.rv sr aw taUavimardy favorable chnce for hadwsi
tn.ua maa: ban lea ta wblaia homsia unua tercua Cttvwt sstfor
eScrwd la this sty.
A py'y at aoce ! HOBsON 4 W EXU79.