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W. T.X(TV. A.I.CAMP, TBOI. CALLKMDKK.' I. l..JOXXt.
82HTH, CAKP & CO., Proprietor!.
ET. EJOTH and KA. P. J02TE3, Eiitori.
OBc !. ie. i i t t , Deafer! fctrcet.
An eichung? cays It if onj of the ilngatar
Itiei of the perlol ii which we lire, that lucre are
mora frfqirnt murilen, assassination, elopement!
f wircg wlih other womW hnibandi, and hui
bandi with other men'i wires than at any pr-rious
history of tha world; and then there are poiwninga
by wires and poisoning! by hi;andaf elopements
of young ladis with their father's coachmen.
Elopements to get basbinrfa; and these "irregular
I lie" are co-iSo?d to no particular locally city,
town, an I coorttry fik fire alike. A3 hare bad
Iheir portion of monotony disturb ti.
.... The British miil steamer broaht Ute la
telligenca f.-otu Western Africa. The new picket
hip Miry Caroline Stereos, from Baltimore, had
rrired at Monrovia. There had been another bat
tle between the colonists at C-ipj Pdlnas and the
BiUres, in wti:h between twenty and thirty of the
colonitti wer killed. Tbe inhabitants of Cape Pal.
Boat had tent an appaal to Monrovia for aid, and
one hundred and sixty men bal been sent to them tu
the packet ship Jlry Caroliae Stsrens. Ei-Preei-dent
Roberts ha J sail! in the Stereni for Cape Pal
ms, whh a riew of procuring the consent of that
colony to nnitethem&elres with Liberia. At present
Caps Primal li an independent colony.
....The St. CUir (111 ) Tiibune mentions that
while Me era. Thoibrry & Qenderson were sinkinj
a shift for a coalpit, near West Bellerille, they
track a Urge Mrein of water," which empties into
tha pit at tha rate of 1,500 gallons an hour. The
depth of the eicaratioo ti the coal is forty feet.
.... The N. T. Herald has the following: "We
mouuoneu lomi a.ri ago mat sr. Boner intenaea
. to educate bis uew soo-io-law and ex-coachman,
John Dean, who has been immortalized in newspa
per reports and paragraphs, and in doggerel street
ballad. 0.1 SaturJay la-t, Mr. Dean left New Tork
for a school in Ciic, wherj he will remain tor twel
ve months, at the eipnsjof Mr. Boker. Mrs.
Dean, in the meautiwo, will board in a respectable
prirate family; so that if John is a good boy, and
learns his lesjus, he m j yet' be happy with bis
wife, who, after ber disobedience and folly are for
gotten, may come in fur a child's share of her
label's wealth. Mr. Boker, it is saiJ, is worth orer
$200,000, and a good business, apd bas but two
otUer children beeides Mr. Dean.1'
. A person in rather a high petition has just
obtained from the ciriL tribunal of the Seine a se
paration from his wife, with the right of keeping hie
child, in consequence of the following circumttin
. ees: The chil l hal the meaales, and its medical
attendant declared its life to be in danger; but the
mother, oerertheless, continued to prepare her toilet
for an ereulng party, to which she bad been iurited.
"You cannot leare the child, who is dying," ex
claimed the husband. The wife replied tbat it was
Impossible for her to remain away from the psrty
without breaking her promise and being puiltr of a
want of politeness. The husband again remon
strated witli her, but in rain; she iasictjd on going
to the pirtr, if oi.ly for an hour. The husband
then informed her tint if s ie carried her intention
Into execution, the door would be closed against
Ler on her return. The wife left for the party, but
on ber return home was refused admittance. The
tribunal has decided that the husband was perfectly
justified, and has furthermore ruled that a wife who
forsakes ber chili In illness forfeits her conjugal
.... The New York Picayuns notices a case of
"pretty larceny" in a very neut manner, rig: PrtU
fy Larceny. A lady's maid hooked one of the best
of her mistresa' dresses the other day, but the affair
was pissed orer because it was done behind the
lady's back so there was nobody to testify to the
.... The Point Coupe Echo of the 4;h instant
ays: "The large eetate depending upon the suc
cession of Widow J. D. Jsrresn, of this parish, was
old on the 24th ult., and adjudicated to Mr. C. W.
Hun, for the sum of $117,20P"
.... We hare been informed that the gin-house
of Mr. John Tircuit was struck by lightniug during
the storm of Wednesday last, and completely de
stroyed, together with a large quantity of corn and
.... So far as on be julged from the present
atage of the sugar crop, nerer hare the proapects
for an immense yield been better. Our planters
are congratulating therost Ires upm the farorable
results antkipited, and if the season bnt prores
propitious, the produce ol ugar this year will be '
.... The New Albany (la ) Ledger reports the
following: "A Mr. Dc-an, who ltres on the Cory
- don pi mk road, refused some time ago to pay toll
on sal J road. The Secretary of the company direct
ed the t:ats keeper to shut the gate and not allow
him to pass without paying. This was don-, and
Mr. Dean brought suit against the company for
damages, alleging as a reason for refusing to pay
toll, that t'je roal was not kpt in good order.
The cast was tried, and julgment was given against
the company for f i damages.
. . . . M rs. Uarriet Beecher Slo we, at last sccou cts
tu in Borne, and would remain a few weeks pre
vious to risking Naples. On her voytge to Rome,
t be vessel was run ioto, and ao crippled as to be
bardly able to reach port, and travelling from the
' sea-port in a diligence, the vehicle was twi;e orer
set to the fright and injury of some of the passeu-
I.. A party claiming to be a oataral son of the
I.I. fnliH f ofnnnil rH K . . m.'l. .nnlin.tiiiii fn. nMi
bate of will In the New Orleans Courts. It is alleg
ed that a codicil to the famous will of this extraor-
' dinar? man and millionaire, is In existence, which if
- -..l I ..liili t.A .L7m.nl I. iI.um.JKi.I.
- aim of 1 1 00.000.
' .... A letter from Ilarana to the New Orleans
A.I. I -f t .. 1
Miss FranciMa Ilerrers, one of oar richest heiress
es, wss married agaioatthe wul of ber parents to a
young gcniL-rnan by the name of Roca. When bis
alt bad been refused by loachl's father, Roca ap
plied to tha court for an ordt r to bare the lady ta
. . Aen fro'n her fattier", boue, and deposited in some
O'-ber pl.ee, where he coul J here free access to ber.
The Court coulJ not find s jflktiut grounds to re
fuse bis petition, and so the lair one was allowed to
marry against the consent of her own father. In
this case, all the mouer belongs to the girl, baring
.. . ... i . i i . .....
Innt rite It lioni nr uumrr, ina am j bum io more
than amUioal This kind of marrugeis quite com
mon amount us, and generally takes place among
the richer c!a, wo are tha oo!y ones that oppose
their daughter' marrying. ' I suppose to aroIJ the
drealful n:cestity of being obi gJ to gire ap the
- - Jims. , The lota oi this yonrg My to tha dancing
. world is q tite avilous. Many a Cbnry had act bis
heart on c rrj iajj off the coreted prise."
.... The R chiaond H'A.'y of the 7tl Inst aaf :
' 'Tl fmn belonglog to the estate of the late Mr
' Earati ScKl, known as'aountYww.'ln Kiag George
county, was soil on FiiUy last at public safe lor
U,0J5 The farm line eloe. to the rirer, and
conUtns 723 acres lh larger part of tk tract be
fog 'Sappthannock fiat.' Leu than 19 an acre for
. land baring a watr carriage for all it produotiooa.
Mr. Robinson Tailor, tin of Dr. Join R. Tailor,
was the purchaser. On t!iSJOe day the agroe
4a tb eeute, thlrty-aix ie auoaber, were SylJ fi
$24,1i5, belnganateraaof 687 tieach. A large
uember of the servasts were purchased by faroMrra
fr lhlr The Lt, k Petersborg fronting
on Market, corner of Washington iret was told
U.t wik at f0p per fool. Tbe prc-ptrty UWg
ed to lb UU of StrU-B Finn, i eee J, and aa
TITESDAY,- APEIL 14, 1S57.
There has been a proposition before the
Y.Legislature to amend the constitu
tion of that State bo as to allow the free
negro population the ri?ht of voting. The
X. Y. Mrror, s Black Republican journal,
in advocating the. measure, argues that the
free negro population has as good a right
to TQte as the multitudes of foreigners, who
are found every year punctually at the
poll.1?. Our neighbors seize this proposition
on the part of the Mirror, and base this
sort of an argument upon it: The black
republican press at the North and the
know nothing press at the South are equal
ly bitter in their denurricUions of the for
eign population, and evidently for the same
reason, that U, because they do not 7ote
to suit them. The democracy, on the oth
er hand, stand like at all promontory be
tween two raging seas, against which the
wares dash harmlessly and therefore the
better part of the foreign population unite
with and support the democracy, as " the
party of the people. " In the estimation of
the bUrror, the negroes of New York have
about as much right to vote as any other
class of people, and it is arguing in favor of
the proposed amendment to extend to them
the privileges of voting. This, our neigh
bors construe into a "denunciation" of for
eigners. The Mirror is openly in favor of
negro suffrage and by regarding the two
as equal in rights and in capacity, the ar
gument is as much in favor of the one as
the other. If the foreigners can gain as
much favor in the opinions of the black re
publicans as the negroes have, they may
rest assured their rights are secure. In the
language of our neighbors, "such twaddle
does not rise to the dignity of respectable
The Americans of Bedford met last Sat
urday to nominate candidates for the Leg
islature.' The meeting, as we learn from a
private source, was harmonious and unani
mous in its action. ITenry Cooper Esqr.,
was nominated for Bedford proper, and T.
P. Ivey for the floating district of Ruther
ford and Bedford. There is no conflict
whatever among our friends in these coun
ties, and they authorize us to count upon
success as certain. We hope our friends
every where will follow so worthy an ex
ample. The meeting also adipted resolutions
unanimously recommending Col. Martin
for Governor, and instructing their dele
gates to vote for him.
;n. C' l etter en Cliln". Affair Fi
nal Setttemeut of the llaulata &uuat
Washikctoh, April 7, 1857.
Gen. Caps bas just coirph-te J a letter to Lord Na
pier, copies of which will nl-io be furnished to the
French and Russian Ministers, luring down the poli
cy of the administration upon the Chinese difficul
ties. It contains two point. First Protection of
the property and persons of our citizens; and, se
cond, the extant-ion of our commerce by rpfning
new bvenues into that country. I und ratand thai
Lord Napier ia satisfied with this arrangement.
The administration bare d cided to send increas
ed naral force to the China Seas.
The Secretary of State this day completed the ar
rangements with Denmark, through the Danish
Miuiter, for-she abolition of the Sound Dues. The
mount we pay U (380,000, while that of Eugland
ii near (6,000,000. The whol amount payable
by all oalion, including England and the United
Stall s, ii about (16,000,000. Denmark is forever
to keep up necessary lighthouses.
Faclfic It a 11 road Stock.
The New Orleans Picayune of the 7th inet.,
This work cnes bravely on. The bone and
sinew of tie country have taken hold of it.
The enterprise is one wbicli concerns the peo
ple, and they have not waited fur the lead of
money-mongers or echemersof any kind. The
subscribers are all well l" do in the world, and
embrace a list of names as respectable as can be
found in any country. There is not a mere
ajeculator amongst tbein. They are composed
of ao.ne of the luoet stable commercial tinns in
America; of gentlemen of profwional emi
nence, of retired tradesmen, f m clianic, of
planter, of all clte9 ot productive iudustry.
This ia as it should be. The work is one of
union, of philanthropy, of progress. It appeals
to the sympathies of all who take an interest
in the prosperity of the South, the welfare or
mankind and the durability of this confedera
cy ; and we are glad to be able to say that the
summons is responded to in a manuer to attest
the prevalence of these noble aenlimeuls
amongst our fellow ciiizens.
VlCKSBUBO,SlIRKVBPOBTdl TbXaS RAILROAD.
The Shreveport&uAltMtterAfOf the 1st inst.,
We rrjoioe to learn that "arrangements are
being made to complete with all possible des
patoii theseoiijo tf road from this place to the
TexiS line. Sjb contracts have been entered
into, and the directors are now negotiating frr
Listen to what Mr. Buchanan says in his in
augural about foreigners ia the Territories vo
ting: "It is the imperative apd indispensable du
ty of the Government of the United States to
st-enre to erry resident inhabitant (of the Ter
ritoiier) the free and independent exercise of
bia opinions by hi rots."
Now listen to what Mr. Seward said in dis
cussing the Minnesota bill:
4I am in fir or of admitting aliens to vote
(in the Territories) precisely for the reason that
the new Stales are to be mads by alient and
Now, who could tell which one of the two
gentlemen was the most thorough Black Re
publicans, if compelled to judge from theea ex
tracts from their ajechel
Ahert Itemte frwua .New Orleans te
The Galreston JVa, of the 2Ju st.,ln announc
ing the arriral of the new steamship Galreston, on
the 1st, on ber firft trip from Berwick's Bay, says:
k. salute of thirty-two guns was fired by the
Cty Artillery, in honor of this opening of a new
chaiinrl of trade and travel to our city and State.
This being the firet trip on an entirely new and
a the 4 route, the necessity for taking the sound
ings lb ro jh Aichafdiye By, bas ol course, ma Je
the time lner than the average trip. But we
arw glal to l-arn tUl thia spleudi 1 steamship met
with nouiificuliy in waking her passage.
We understand that ttie Uvealoo bad to 4 op
Bayou Btuf eiht mil a to tie Kiilroe I, but that
the road "ill ba cjoip eud to Berwkl's Bay by the
f.GU inst., when tbe directory of the railroad Cimw
pauy and a deputation from New Orleans will vUU
, FsriT PaosPxcT. We are gratified to learn,
the CiuCnuaU GjietU, that the prospects
for a good Iruit crop are at'.ili quite fvyrable.
About out-tiaif the peach buds are sound, and
the trtei will yield a Uir crop, provided 1m
ters do not occur at a later period. Pears are
also safe. Api'If uninjured. Early cher
ries are damaged, but olbors are out aeriousiy
a.:iocied. Grape are In a poou eoooiikm, auu
ptaiuiee a full average juU. Sulh of Ihi
latitude the t rorcu are Ja favorable, bnt
we are uot correctly adrssed at to tbe extcul
ol me carnage caud by tbe late ifOst.
Tat Brcaasaa Cair.U'e ngret t learn tbat
ffn B- I'. L t r, cf Ouio, l et rriuroi-d from Waeb-
itif it ia very bca-tn. JJa boarded at the
.Hauuuai Uuut, in WssUiuguHa, and was one td tbe
it.iasel ret j.-caotic Cathie iMncrrtt
American Tlecfiny in Smien
In pursuance of a notice there was a meeting of
the American party at the Court House, in Car
thage, on Monday the 6th Inst. James B'. Koorcs,
Eej., wa called to the chair, and James F. Timber
Lke and L. B. Cheek were appointed Secretaries.
Alfred L. Bains, T. T. Storall and Jarres C. San
der, wure sppoict d a crortiuee to report bus
ness for the consideration of the meeting; bo re
tired for consultation, arid returned with the follow
ing preamble and resolutions :
Although the American pariy was defeated in
the late electkins by superior numbtr', yet it re.
(nait a unconquered in spirit and firm in its patriotic
principles and purposes and resolred to uphold and
maintain the great doctrines it ad roca tea against all
opposition in tbe approaching contest Besolred,
. Then fore, that the friends of the part, in Smith
county, meet their political friends In the conren
tioD proposed to be hill at Kasbrille the let day of
May next," fpr The purpose of nominating a candi.
date for the office of Governor. A's3 to meet their
political friendj at Uartsrille, Sumner county the last
Saturday in this mortb, to nominate tbe candidates
for State Senator and Hoater for tbe counties of
Smith, Macon and Somner. And tbat delegates
be appointed to said conventions.
Peo'rei, That we recommend to our fellow citi
sens of this Conpressioual District, Col. Joseph G.
Pickett, as a suitable perron to represent them in
the nel Congress of the United fctale; and that
be be requested to take tbe stump at his earliest
The resolutions of the committee were unani
mously adopted. -
W. W. Ward, Esq., offered the following which
PftolveJ, That all true Americans of thisrounty
be aud are hereby appjinted delegates to the Con
ventions at Nashville and UarUrille.
' F. P. Gill, Esq., moved that the chairman ap
point two delegates from each Civil Distiict, in the
county to attend the Convention at Nasbrille and
Uartsrille, and also to meet at Carthage the ,1st
Monday iu May, to nominate a candidate for county
Tbe following gentlemen were appointed :
. 1st Dit W. W. Reeres, W. P. McCall.
2nd Disc L. D. flogg, D A. West.
SrdDiL-H Calhoon, J. O. Dickens.
4th Diit. T. T. Stovdl, W. Y. Martin.
5th Dist. D. A, Witt, J. E Ballow.
6th Dist. L. D Balluw, D. A. Wilkersoa
7lh Dist. B. K. Towns, S. C. Bridgwater.
8ih Dist Dr. Jo. Johnson, Dr. W. Kearley.
9th Dist. G. J. Clemons, U. 11. Coley.
10th Dist. Stephen Petty, Jas. G. Wratt.
lltb Diet A. W. Allen, Lewis Franklin.
12th Dist. X. B. Burdin, J. R. llibbets.
lStb Dint. J. W. GrUham, Joshua Wilson.
14th Dxt. John S. Carter, C. S. Sampson.
15tb lia, John N'wbel, S W Coffee
16th D.si. B.'J. Vadeu, Uiram LyleS.
17th JJhi. bam Allison, Geo. Moore.
18th Dial. D. A. MtEichern, F. P. Gill.
liih Dist. Isiac Jones, E. At wood.
20th Diet. S F. Patterson, L. Reasonorer.
21st Dist. G. W. Close, J. L. Arrendeil.
And all others of the party who may be at Nash
ville or Uartsriile are requested to attend the Con
ventions. F. P. Gill, Esq , and others, made some stirring
and enthusiastic remarks.
Dr. John J. Burnett rose and said: "That at the in
stance of bis friends he had announced himstlf ss
a candidate for Congress, but tbat from the expret
tionof th pirty here to-day, he was satisfied that
it was bis duty as a true man whose heart throbs
strongly for the good ciuae, to yield the track to
Mr. Pickett, who be fervently trust -d would lake
the field immediately aod fight travely for the great
American principles." Whereupon, Col. Pickett
was loudly caiL'd for.
Mr. Pickett said: "He was no candidate yet, tbat
if he was satisfied that the friends throughout the
District desired him to make the race, thai he was
not afnid of the result. lie thought that no man
had the ribt to force himself upon the people, and
that in the coming contest every American should
forget personal considerations and rally to the com
Ilia speech wss full of tbe old fire, aud made a
new resolre in every heart around him, to battle
for our men and measures. The meeting was en
tirely harmonious and very enthusiastic.
llctolved. That the proceedings of this meeting
be pui.hehed in the Americau pipers at Nashville,
Lebanon and Sparta.
JAS. B. M00RE3, Chair" m.
Jas. F. Timberlske, ) e .
Lcraxa B. Chx, Secrttaruu
Editors Patriot : Some four weeks since an
editoral appeared in the Union and American con
taining a list of the Free and other Banks of this
State, and their aolrency and probable insolrency
therein suggested. I say insolvency, yet this was
not the word used in the article referred to ; but
the language and the circumstances connected with
the matter were sufficient to conrey to the minds
of the friends of tbe stockholders of the Bank of
America that the article would discredit to a great
extent the notes ol this institution, wbererer it
was read. But to the facts in tbe case I design
cal:ing the especial attention of the Union edit
ors. Ia tbe article alluded to, you say of the Bank
of America, as of several others, "we don't know
anytbiug of its condition." This of itself, in many
instance, would be sufficient to throw doubt and
discredit among note holders as to tbe Bank's rer
ponsibility, for one wouli suppose that, with the
business tact and qualifications you have hereto
fore displayed, you would certainly know tomethiig
of as important an institution, the bead or parent
B nk of which is located at Clarksville, a city only
45 miles off, with daily mail and steam communica
tion with this city, where reside several men of
prominence thoroughly acquainted with all the fea
tures of State government ready to dispose of a
part at least of their knowledge, and who would
havegiren you tbe proper iiformttioo as to the sta
bility of the Bank, or to soy one d-firing It. But,
sgain, it has been but a little while since an adver
tisement appeared ia tbe Union and American con
taining an account of tbe Bank in question, wnbh
was enough to saiWfy any thinking man that it was
as healthy as any other ia th e State. Why were
your files uot examined and the advertisement
agaia referred to in your editorial And why was
application not made to the proper officer at the
capitol for a copy of the charter of the Bank, and
iu conditions aod provisos examined to see if the
stockholders had complied with them, and them
publish your opinion to the world? I am too lib r
al tosoppoee that politics had any tiling to do with
this matter, but every person is not. I think it
due from the editors of tie Uio and American
thsttbey examine critically ioto the affairs of this
Bank, (as it is aniastiiutioa haviog two branches,
which enjtt throw a great amount of money
throughout our Slat',) and p ihlish accordingly
Nashville, April 12, 1857.
Bwurbon remntw Ceurt itlemthly- ftalev.
Last Monday was expocud to be the greatest
sale d-y of the season, but the very unfavorable
stale of tbe weather prevented much stock from
being offered, and many buyers Iroin attending tbat
woul i otherwise bare been here. Mr. Ili'd-r, the
principal auctioneer, reports about 1500 bead of
muW, and 6oO bead ol cattle on band,
1q c joseqneace of the inclemeory of the weather
the saWa did not commence antil a late hour, aud a
(lumber of stock were present cot dtapu-jed of. Mr.
Uibier thinks be sold mules at very fair prices. A
oumber of iheut were Inferior lot (rm Ohio. We
eondenae fnra bis report end Mr. Sailer's, publish
ed ra another place, iht fol owing, two years old
mules soli at li7 per head; 27 Ho at ft 20; 24 do
$1 j"; SO do i 1 16; others down to $30; yearlings
at $5 aod (35. and as low as 5d. Cattle, 79 head
of mixed ages at f 24; SO three years old a, at 2d;
others at 2 J, la CalUe were dull sale; the severe
coU aeaihir frightened persons who tut nd to buy
fea grsfcug. Oue yoke oi oxa sold at f 135; horses
soli (roai fSi) to fUU. Tbe notey market was
active though cot as much so s last court day, .
when it w estimated tbat f l.soO.OOO changej
bauds, negotiable paper discounted at 10 aod It per
ceut. The great -at activity w U fie whieky mar
krt, immcnee quauUuca vf cli Bourbon changing
baads at 10c a tiriuk. Tle aevrra weather was at
least kvomble for thb trade. The show of ial
Loas we thosghl very fiaa. Tbne Wics apward
ol thirty ia uu I A. PrU (Ay.) tUj.
EgTThe fUe CalHorfeiaaiam.ha.lariag it &T
have brouj tt Bearly f i.DW.O W teas owner tt.B
was t)fPUtru io l.r iOi culver if trnva'4 Wit
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Amkbica WATOHKs.-Itisno 'gtnerft'lj k'.own
that watclies of American manufacture are
now. coming into extensive use. They are
characterized by several features of ppecial pe
culiarity. The Grit of these U the abeence of
the fusee and chain. These parts, which were
very necessary for equalizing the force in the
old verge watch, are continued by tbe Enji.ieh
in the modern lever watch, bat in the Swir
watches, which peifirm so excellently, n'isuch
parts ex'st. The second feature is sncb an ar
rangement of the parts as to lessen the liabili
ty i f the watch to stop from the pressure of
foreign substances, and at the same time to
fac litate the discovery of any cause of derange
ment, almot the entire tram being fully open
to view. The third and distinguishing feature
is the prirc:ple ofamaking every watch and
every part the duplicate of every other. This
pln 1ms been po far adhered to that every
movement will fit every case, and many parrs
can be transferred from watch to watch with
out alteration. Any deficiencies in the carry
ing ont of this principle are in reat part rem
edied by a system of registration ut the fac
tory. Pgr-Jons Pikexix, the relentless humorist,
gives in the April number of the Knickerbock
er, a history of bis trip from Boston to New
Orleans, lie papaed through Columbus, Ohio,
where, be says, "the people had been having a
grand baU to celebrate the completion of their
State Capitol, aid picked up three bunded
and eighty-four survivors, each of whom con
tained a pint and a half of undiluted whisky."
The Savannah Republican mentions that the pi
oneer paper manufactory, Athens, Ga , is shipping
paper to Pbihdtlpbia for the use of the Philadel
phia Enquirer. The N. Y. 7w ttues that a con
siderable portion of the paper on which the Daily
Times has been printed comes from a manufactur
ing establishment in North Carolina. Says the Times
of this article :
It is fully equal, end in most recpects decidedly
superior, to snv we can obtain st the North for the
sune price. We truKt we shall not bring anybody
into peril by thus revealing the fact that we are in
part supplied with printing paper from tbe Slave
Mr. Leonard Wray, who made sugar in Kaffir
hn (South Africa,) five years sgo, from the Tin
phy, or African Sorghum, arrived in the Asia. lie
brings out seed of the Imphy sufficient for two thou
sand acres, and claims that this plant is superior to
tbe Sorghum for the production of sugar.
D'Arrist's Comet. The small telescope comet,
discovered at Leipsic, February 23d, and in this
country a month later, can now be seen with a tel
escope of moderate power, "although it will re
quire a clear sky to be able to see it to advantage."
It was nearest the San, March 21st. It presents
the usual coin, ttry appearance. The nebulous head
is about a minute in diameter, and tbe nut leus is
as bright as a star of the seventh magnitude.
EfP The citizens of Newport, R I , s re alarmed
for the safety of their aonuil haive.'t, in the fact
that the most of their splendid cottages and two or
three of their hotels are offered for sale. Nearly
oue hundred of these fashionable summer residen
ces, tin pride of the I-liud, are advertised, and the
old Octian house is itself up fjr a new purchaser.
What is to become of Newprrt without its summer
risitors, and what will become of the fashionables
of Yaiikeedom without Newport? w
A Swimming School.
'"We ohserre by the New York papers, that a Mr.
Siedenburg, a German geinl min proposes to open,
in that tiiy, a Swimming School, wherd thj art of
swimming shall be taught on the litest and most
approved method. Should he meet with futh icnt
encouragement, he w ill hare a building wh -re be
will hare a large bath, about SO feet square, the
water in which, during the col i weather, wi.l be
heated by oteam. Mr. Siedenburg's theory N,
that il will require from two weeks to three months,
according to the capacity t( the learner, to acquire
a knowledge sufficient to gire one a full command
of oneself in deep water. Tbe bath on certiiu days
will be appropiiited to the use of the lilies, h n
competent female teachers will be present. Swim
ming is an art of which every man should have a
knowledge, as being one which m it not only prove
of use to himself, hut also affords him the means
of healthful recreation.
"GET THE B EST."
Webster's Quarto Dictionary,
Unabridged For sale by all Booksellers.
GENTLEMEN'S FINE .SPRING CLOTHING
O . Orosson,
NO. 25 CEDAR STBEET.
Adjoining the Post Office, ha Jim opened at hll Model
Clothing llanar, a new Block of flie
Spring and Summer Goods
of the finest anl nea. aMlea and prcat'st rariety, which
be otfera to hi 1 h-tnln and the trid geoerat'7 at th low.
eatpnotfe. CALL AND EXAMINE. aoH
H AVISO sold my Photographic rooms, apparatus, ma
terial!, ae., io Mesjr. licOBca BaoTHsta of thia citr,
with ariewto resi :e permmentljr al my home in Cum
ber aod county, It-ike frrett pleasure ia recommending
theraa-m .uccrs-K-r. They are rfotlf rnnn of ski 1 and
experience In thlr proles loo, and I trust ihry may rscerre
that IjiI and liberal thara of business which has ever
11 w?d upon me.
The Mesr-. Hughe hare anrared a corps of r(it of
snperior billliei, nd I have n besiUti n in savins; thai
they are fuliv qualified, io their several departments, to
sivep rfect tas's'clion to all who tniy desire the finest
fh ti graphs, either plain or tlaboraiei; painted,
aprli. J. W. DODO 2.
(scocawoasTO J.W. DODOS.)
K0. 43 PUBLIC SQUARE NASHVILLE.
37 liotogr aplis,
EITHKR pUinor co ored.frjm the imali-. pin to LIK,
flZ-C O.N CANVA3-. ThI.Ua fe.ture not huhtno
atteianird 'a Tennessee, our friends cao now have d Pa
gu'reotypes ef d-cea.'e I per-ons oniee as la'f e a life,
sad coior-d ratural, by decrlb!ng the complexion, color
ot th hair, eyes drest. Ao.
T' public are rapecifuliy Inrited to call st tha Oa'lery
and ttt s ',eos, orr H.ck' China Hali, Publln foiare,
Naihville Ttnn. ar-'l I.
A VO TROCBL'81M TOE NAILS, however bog atanl.
IX. Ing, or bad, p.inlesalv and periaanently cored in a
fe minute, by Ud. l'Al.TU5i, Surreoa Pedist to the Roy
al Famitv of "nglaad, france and Pjrtuga , who It now on
a profess onal tour of tha HoaUiern and Westers States
of Arus'isa and will visit Nashville an or about Tai!ar,
the U h of this raon'li; wh'n all f irther particu ara wi'l b
seen In thi p per, with tes.imoniala f tha most satisfan
tory Ut-s-r puon from ra my of tha most dit liguished intdi
cal grntletien in South America.
N. B Or. D'ALToa being accompanied y his wi'c, la
wishful to obtain, with aoaie very rrstxc'sb't farai'y, in a
plexans and central situation, a well lurnuhsd par'or aul
sleeping room, with boara and atteodance noring Ms stay.
Teimi and further particulars roty b Is t at the r-fhr of
thispaper. ap-14 tL
A KKTIIIi:u Pll YMMAX,
Who sands of life have nearly run out. discovered,
while ia tiie K st Indira, a rert In eur for Consnmpii -n,
I Asihma. Brouchit s, Coughi, i"ol Is, an I Ueneral Deo li'y.
I Tlie ie-edy was discovered by hun when Hs on'y ihild,
I a daoghter. was givn up to die. Wis dng lo do as much
pood as possible, he will s- nd to such f his afflicted f llow-
brinstas request It, ti.is r cipe, with full and espiicit l
rertiom lor uiiting it up anil uccMrully uni2 it. lie
requires each applicant to toclorc btm one shilling three
ceuts to be returned as postage on the rorrlpc, and the
remainder to be applied to the paymentof this advertise
Bierit. AJUrrs. Ir. II. J AMI'',
No. 10, Grand street, Jersey Cuy, V J,
apr 14 landsw in ,
A UCTIOX SALE OF GROCERIES
MOKRIH Sc STItATTOX.
TACI f nAT MORNINO, APRIL tiTU, IPS 7, it
lOa'eloeic, we will offer at Action . in front of oar
Btoia oa Market streat, a I'rge and weil-aelrctcd stock of
Groorrles, ina, Liq lors. A T i:
liK hi4i f itrte choice augar.lm o bags flae f a t;
ltW bbl Moiaasea; 6u0 bars lair to choice Rio
10 X do do. CoBat;
bsa extra Cod PWh; .V packsr-s Marker';
. SO cases ftardincs; s boxea P.ney Csa'iy:
Ml coils Ropa, aaa'd alaea; 94 dcaea painted Bucketc
Sie tvsre-s Rica. 14 boas Va. Tubacco, rari-
5 i,0o0 Cig wa, vsiioos brands; eua brands;
lmi boxs Star Caaaieai b m 'tar Card r,
CO quarter da; 5i box Tallnw Can lles;
Nat krgt Nslls. beat brands; loo bbM Maganlus wbiskr;
)l bMt Mhisxy, var1 - H do fine Wtusky. rarioos
i') to Amsncaa KraoJy; braida;
SO ja -pipea do; 10 bMs liin;
100 bnla Cider Vinegar, 4S b ixrs ulatswtra, aM'd;
With rations tbar arUrlea la th Urmery iia.
April 14 MiiRRIH A rtTTOH.
ah tiqx sali: or itoci:uii:,
C.irtcr, M'Kay & Co.
ON TUCRiOAT, the 1U of Aprs, IsoT. at III a'dock, A.
M. w will offer fur aate th tUlowisg artkiea :
43 thds V. Oileans agar; 1V bases Msaof. Tooacoo;
! bags da Co5r; Ue few rr sis Wtuak, rariwas
Sa bai cashed Kof r; bracd q
M bfcl.pow.te.'sd slo; le baa Asa. Srandr;
H keg Ma'Ja, asen4: 10 bbts S Madria W.aa;
10 Ai Paio el kticica; t bbia exit's O.R.Wbwky;
WJ )4 baxae'iar Caaitlaa; S x .a rsaoklac Toitaenu;
it Im ics aanaa Cad.aa; (4 it-bat Troal fuii;
I'M beae Bar "9: V iarj.no;
O xs raarr swap; ' S) beirs -.srr t rb Soda;
fetl d xa llsmp B d tferia; 13 1 bts Ula-iwsrs, tMoruJ,
K Vrfc-a Jai red Cord-; M A hi etev
CO ae-a Ouai tt4 Cunia; 13 a-a ivrs MU;
1 i Arosos rtjrst ! kml-sflraa Mat-;
I trails Dates; ti aVwra Z a WhViaf4;
lt0 km Hwriafs; T bei Odr Ttnrar;
i-o.( U ctr C'irs; to das ifraooa;
Ti r vraipteg Papsr; i tru itiactJir;
l.w.wii ti. I. ji xv rv Cuiio a.p;
t ;7 City ana Cwaatry 4ir are ps ly tsriteil le
aua.li I tha i, as aJi th artW ar Hm.
SfilMl . - CAfttt,, M siAT CO. '
Lessee and Manager
t. H. UAKPLR.
BENEFIT OF MB. COTLDOCK-
aCirSDAY EYBNINO, APUL 14, 18'T, tbarth nliht of
1 the eminent Trtgelin Mr. Cooldock, who will ap
pear tra th-a oeeion, io hhakspeare's sablima Tragedy cf '
HAMLET. DmnUt, Ml. CoulJock. Overtnra by the Or
chestra. To conclude with the lacghab'e Farce, entitled
Parres or Anvissios. Dress Circle and Parquet', 75c;
hil tren nndr tea yrars o'ge, to Dress Circle, 5' cents;
8econd Tier, 5Dn; Colored Box, 60c; Colored Gal lery, 85c;
Becond Class, 5c.
Ct7 Box Office open from 9 to 12 M., and 3 to 4 P. M.,
where fesu may be secu red by applicatioa to J. ii. Uiiris
l9T Oom ooen at T o'cloci Performance to eom
mfiw n (,'io Socioe't.
ODD FELLOWS' BALL.
ryir-KFTS to Od Fi'lows Billon THCBSOlT. 1TH
L INiT;, cin be prcc-red at Longharst A Co.'s ftore,
Co'oa -tresf, only. aprl4 id
AT OD 'SIlW.- HLrJt TrjtSOlTaid WlCDSEV
DAY, April li b and 15th. Mom. Charb-s Haller. the
renowned Magician, from Mouth Amerca, w li perform aa
awve, int-oJucmg Wonders in Natural Magic, chemistry,
an I Nafnrl Phi.osophf. Many of his ha'-a were never
be'ore performe I by any Muicianbat himielf. UiaMsgie
Cannon, Kgi; ror, 'Jrenion of I Herts, Ac, Ac. fcea
small bit's. Doo-sip-natT o'clock performance to Cobj
menee at 7 tf. Ticicis 50 cts. Children i5ctr.
A CALLED MKKTINft of the Fire Aesociation of Nash
ville will be held in F.remen's Hall, No. x, on laeaday
the 14'h intt., at 7tf o'clocn, P. M Ponctnal attendanca
is desired, as badness of importance is to be transacted.
aprla a JSO. L. OLEXS, fecretary.
15 CHANCERY AT WAVERLT, TEHN.
APRIL RULES, 1S5T.
JlcDauiel, Tounr Co. r. L. D. Crockett and others.
Attachment and Injunction Bill.
N this cause, aupported by the affidavit of the comp'aln
snta' attorney, au l it appearing to tha satisfaction of the
Clerk and Master that the afjresaid defendant. L. D. Crock
ett, has so a b von ted or concealed himielf that the ordinary
process d thi court cm not be served upon him, and that
J hn II. Barfield and wife, E.nily, are non residents of the
State of Tennessee, and are, consequently, t-eyond the reach
of the ordinary process ol thi court: it is, therefore, order
ed that publication be made lit four successive weeks in
the Nashville Fntrittt, a newspaper published in the city of
Nashville, reqniri g thesf resaiu dtfedan s L. D.Crockett,
John B. Barfield and wife, l-mily,to appear at the next term
of our Court of Chancerv, to be held lor the county of Hum-phn-ys,
at the court-liou?e in the town of Waverly. on the
firt Thursday after the third Monday in September next,
to plead, answer, or demur to complainants' bill, or the sarao
will be tuteu for confessed and set lor hearing as pat U as
Witiie: David R Owen, Clerk and Master of our said
Court, at office, the first Monday in Aprtl.-IS 7.
D. R. OWEN,
apr 14 wtt. Pr'a fee $4. CUrk and Master.
IX CHANCER! AT WAVERLY, TE5N.
APRIL RULE3, 1857.
Olivia Priestly r. Hughes A Son and others.
Attachment and Injunction Bill
IN this caue, on motion, supported by the affidavit of the
complainant, it api ears to the satisfacti n of the Clerk
and Master that Pet.'rt, Craig A Co , 9. H. Bullins Ss. Co.. W.
P. Uuiue A Co.t are all residents of the city of Louisvi Ie, in
the State of Kentucky and are, consequently, beyond the
reach o' tve ordin iry process of this Court. IJ is, therefore,
ordered that publication be made for fonr successive weeks
in the 'a hviile 1'a'ruit, a new-paper published in Ue city
of Naj-hville requiring Ihe aforesaid defendants, Peter,
Craig A Co., S. II. Bullins A Co., W. P. Hume a Co., to ap
pear at the next term of our Court of i hancery, to be hl I
for the Couu'y of Humphreys, at the eourt-h ue, in the
town of averly, on the first ibursday after the third Mjo
day in September next. And plead, answer, or demur to
complaint's bi 1 or the same will be tiken for coufes-ed, and
set for hearing iJC fnirtf as to them.
Witness: Divid K. Owen, Clera and Ma'ter of our aaid
Court, at office the first Monday in April, l(v7.
D. R. OWEV,
aprl4 wtt Pr'sfeefl Clerk and M uittr.
IN CHANCERY AT WAVERLY, T1NN.
The heirs of John Crockett, decea.-ed pirt, and Famuel
Crock J. t and othe s r. M iry J. Winfrey and others.
Original and Amended Rill
IN this cause it appearing tu tliestisf.iction of the Clerk
and M i-tcr. thai Emily C. BarhVld, one of the defendants,
is a non-resiJcnt of theState of Tennessee, and is, c uise
quently by lid the re.icb of the ordinary process of this
tourt, and, also, that the said Emily C. ia a minor, under
the agtf of twenty-one years, it is, therefor, ordered that
pulil e tli m be made for four successive weeks in the Nash
ville 'ilrnit a newspaper pub'i-h-d iu the city of Nashville,
requiring the said E:i.ily C. Barneld, to appear by her
guardian, at the next term of our ourt of hancery, to be
held for 'he county of Humphrey's at the court-house,
In the town of Waver y, ou the Ar t Thu sdav, after the
third Monday in September next and plead, n er ,or de
mur to Uie O' iuin I and ameuded bill, or the same will be
taken for confessed snd set for hearing pirte as to her.
Witness : David R. Owen, I lerk and Matter of om aaid
Court, at office, the first Monday in April, S'7.
1. R. OWEN,
apr 14 -wtt Pr'sfeefl Clerk and Mister.
VI to too Y ards LtOiis,
nCNO READY FOR CfjE.
HOWELL GANO & CO.,
HARD WARE MERCHANTS.
13S WALNUT STREET, CI."'CIf ATI.
LL persons who desire to join
Classes, should d so immediately.
N. B. A'u J'upii4 will b reaeitetl
ge pf rCTe!iJ.
Thoe who wih to know the advantagi
Mr. D.'s instructions, rhould inquire of those Ladies and
Gen lemen who have attended his Classes, or of those fam
ilies whose childrei have att nded his instructions
M r. D. is particular y desirous to he judged only by th
results of his own labors, an I not by he ill success that may
have been witnessed in "WaiTt.io 8. mnL4," where th- teach
ing was confined to the mere iiiuuitation of a copy, without a
knoslrdgeof such scientific principle as miut guide uner
ringly to success; nor the logic of those who be iere that th
railroad, steamr.oat, a d telegr.ph, do not surpass in speed,
the ox-cart, barges, and post-boys.
Mr. 1. b lieves that everv person can learn that three
times three nia e nine, and that when Penmanship la
taught on princip'es as fixed and uniform, as that of arith
metic, success wi 1 be equa ly certain t) all who are guided
by th-m, whet' er they are six or sixty years of mte.
Ladies an I Gentleman, are requeste I to call and examine
for themselves the improvement of others.
Hours to 1 1 A. M , 8 to 3 P. M., and 7 to 9 at ni0'ht.
New Spring and Summer Goods.
I AM now receiving my stock ofSPRINO AND SUMMER
GOOD.4, of Ihe latest atylea, expressly lor Uenilenien'a
wear, to wl icb I invite the attention ol my customers and
th public eere'ally.
AI.80. jCOTI'a REPORT 01 TASHIONs for th "pring
and rummer. 8AM. PKICUirr,
febvii lose bi College street.
j ou?. uuowm;
la now in receipt of bis assortment ef
SPIUAG AAD SDIHEU GOODS,
Tohtch he respec.fully uks th attention of his friends
and tn public generally.
50. 1 LOO AN C0ITSTT, KEHTUCKT, TOBACCO
FARM FOB SALE .
TOKPril FOR AI,K MT FARM, on th water of R-d
hirer, is logaa county, cou'ainlng about TiK acrer,
arwnl HI cleared, balance in blark lack, b ckorv, and
hasel barr ns.excrn' lu5 acres, one mile off, on v hi poor
will Creek, aplrnd dlr timbr1. ftaid farm ia capable of
being diviiled advantagenusly into two tract. I has a two.
tor new-hewn poplar log boose, new mok lou and
gyd cabins; large granarv. three almost new tobace-barns,
taM, r'ib.eic. 1 h location is on sf the mo.tbal:hy and
eVsirahle In K.nu-ky. Bock and drinking water very
abundant, an1 lrinking water as good as the arth affr Ii.
Tt ere is about fity bearing pp a tree-, a good m my err
rv and peeh tree. Ato. a yocng orchard of apple and
peach tree, three ers el I, contain Dg eight to u acrs.
K-nces very good, and aod No. 1 lor tobtrcoor g'H.
T.ks I: 1 iu ad, it is on of the bast nd most productive
farms, for grain or tobacco, in th 8ca .
las. One-ha'f r- hril-nsa, on posedo"; bilanes
In one, to and ihr-eTT.r, eq lal aj menu; Interest front
cats and a lieu retained antil pa J.
It will s U roolidy to th hlg1st bidder on ths 1st
d.iy of erpien ber tie it, if not sol prvautly be'or. Th
only old et of aeliir g Is aenangaof reiiience to Tennes.
Adlre-s ni at Ci f o, Warn eom'y, Teaneie, or
ca I o(vo J lives I. n rl n, asar Keysourg, wh 1U show
thrnpertv, ant ia authorised teaJ.
. r Wlm J. W Q"l,Lar4T.
TU THE sroCKIIOEIElt OF 'I'll K
Winchester & Alabama E. R. Company.
r"IT!rRr: will be a meeting at th gtoei holders of the Win
X ehrter and AlatTa Railread I'omoar.y at tl Court
hoeme, in l.e town of WincSesier, Tcnne-er, on THl'R."
liAV.th Tih day of May. 1.T, t sleet Ofteea Uirecbars for
said I o psa r , I r the ensuing year, and at aaid metlng,
applicaun wi.l be made to a.lmil, aa jttoekh.vUlera, ail tho
peison who hare aubscribed ato k In th asm in I incula
county, Tenn ar. f r lb pwrpwe f cstendiog their mam
tnink to the town of Payette vjle, according I f eprovblnn
ef the act of th Lrgis atura, chap. V6, sec. 7, paasd ftt
lath, Isii. lHuc by order of the Board.
Ww. COIf AMBLE, Pre dent
P. T. Earru, frcreUry. apr4 litrwA uileat
Firit Spring Fair
HELD by the Dvidoa I'ouniy Agrtcn'tira aod M
cKamcal Crcwtv, t k held at th Ground cf th
fiats Korean, on the Tth. Mb and t:h f May. Paiatly
Tte-eU I J adntiicl g whole (ainles la th giwtnd daring ih
Pair, may b had al h oto f Ro't Lata. I s, , on Cot
cs a reel. Am sicgVn T.cieta iir ehiidren, lauura and gea.
TaOVlS B. JOUN.ON, r...WKrw.
apr 7 dtWtd. ii. B.
oargsra'eM'i jtirc rtDtA,
" K.Qi-cky R.le
i.' f-et rtr f. P. A tU,
C ATA W II A VI.iE.
I WILL keep nLa it r on aaa-1 a uiy of Dry aad
eparalicg Wiaoa, wa rb I wul Uatsb lbs at Ca-
daaau sric, frugal a4ai. T. A MKA'-L,
Ata 1 trtst.
P. II. EDWARDS,
Attorney nt lav,
vui te all 4ti9es anat1 k !ti eawra ta ftimtJb
tlt.oa!l. . . , , msj!9iy
rp MAGNOLIA GARDES S,
A-i" On the Ha. White's Turnpike, West Nash
ville, open every Sunday and Monday.
apr4 CHtRLir.3 MTII.FR CO.
SOD A rnrrvrATV AT
j s- r- i jiiii
L?eaf . No. 43, on Cherry street. I. all rad for
the tfo-nmer, to supply th thirsts wkh delic ousbeventge.
ai-4 OAHLKi MI. I, WW. A CO.
wfNQ?. UAQS. I will pay Z cents
A4tH. 1 Cash for good Cotton and Lion Ugs, de
livered at my Rag Store on Ihe North east earner of the
Square. Woolen aud Silk Raga arc not warned.
dccVS W. H. WUITEMAS.
Yf TO PRINTERS. We hare
2i"njii good Super Royal Press, nearly new and
a perfect order, which w will sell a a oarrain.
. citifTil r ii
SMITH, CAMP CO.
HAGAN & BR0.,
Book Sellers and Stationers.
No. 39 Market &. Xo. G Union St.,
(iAZETTi: Uf FASHION.
PRANK LESLIE'S GAZETTE CP PASHI0S for April,
foraaleby aprl HASAN A BRO.
Harper for April.
HARPER'S MASAZISE for AprJ, jut received br
march2 UA'JAS A BRO.
10 grots Whit Bonnet Boards, Just received by
inarch 12 4 HAOAX A BRO.
B0 reams White Lild Folio Post, just rreoived by
march24 Hi's AS A BRf.
Colored Cover Paper.
S3 reama Colored Cover Paper; 23 reams Go'd Invelop
Paper, just received by
Diarchy H4QAN PRO.
60 reams superior Ruled Congrese Cap Paper, in ator
and for sale by irarch24 HAGAN A BRO.
50 reams Owen A Buribat'a Premium Letter Parer, lost
received by march?4 HAGAM I BJO.
IlECCIVKU THIS DAY
CHARLES TF. SMITH.
My Last Cruise; or, Where W Went and What W Saw.
By A. W. Habersham, Lieut. C. 8. Navy.
Tf e American Citiaen His Rights and Duties accotding
to the Spirit of the Constitution.
Alveatures in Several Countriea of the Interior of Afrt-ea.fro-n
1SI9 to 1S5
The Ringers and Regn'acrs of ths Tanaha: ATa!ef
Trzaa, by Chas. Sumroerfleld.
Life In lis Lower, Intermediate and Higher Forms. By
PhiHipe Henry Hosse, P. R.S.
Scampavia fromCibel Ta-ek to Stamboul. By Harry
Orlngo, (Uent- Wire, C. 8. Navy.)
Irq'tire Within for Anr hing Tou Want to Know.
Old Hann.the Pawn Broker; Or, The Crpban'a Lrgtcy.
A Ta'e of New York.
Tha Husbsnd in I'Uh; O', Eights and f-cenes among th
Mormons. Py A. W. Ward.
The Bay-Pa h: A tale of New leg' and.
Annals of the American Pulpit;
Or, Commevioratite Notices c
DISTI5GUISHID ICIEICAK CtIEGTJffI5.
or viaioof biyomsiTicss,
From the early settlement rf th-rountry to fhelo of ih
Yesr Kiahteen linnd ed and Flftv flv .wilh Historical
Introduction. By William B. fprapn. D. D .? vo'a.
Forsa'ely CllAltLLS W.BMITU.
Jl'vr AltlVr.I. rirnm Head and II it Dntoh
n.ibi.ace ?;ed. Tiose In wsnt shjul I ca 1 soon.
ALSO. Chine ie Pugsr Cane feed, wi an I Irfsb Po
tatoes. and a general assortment of o'her feeds. All
gemioe. B 8. Ws.LI.K,
ami No. 67 fo ith M i rket street.
RF.CFl TED thl d ly, by etpre. a choice lot of Farrlsirng
Good". T he Utent style of ghirt.. Neck Ties. Kid and
d, HO loves. Collars. Jupender-, Haif-llo'ie, ftocka and
Cravat, Pressing Robes, Underwear of every varWty,
Trunk", Valire and Carret Bag.
Al-o, a frehanppvof Per umery anl Toilette oaps, Ilair
Tooth, Clothes and N rail Brushes Together with an aaorl
mento' Shell, Bufalo, Bone and Ivo'y tlomhj, Ac, Ac, and
we invite all to an examination of oar Stock.
J. If SIcGLL,
Ladies and Gentlemen's Furnishing latere, corner it
the Po.uare and College treet. spr 11
COI.!ti:i KIIIICCN. lust received a floe -aot
neni of Colored .thirti, latest attles, and at vari
ous r r.s. aprll J. M McutH,.
SlflltT ltOOHS We hav now a super lot ot
Uoorn- or -Lirta, sour of them hand-omel. etibroiJer
ed. Po-.a' bv Q II J II. M. U I.I..
I.Wft .0lV Tilll.I T aictici.i:.
Just received a fresi supply of i sbins' katracts.
Colognes. Hair Uja, Hair Oils, Oa Marrow, Ac Ac Kvry
vaHetvof Hair, Tonth, Nail, F esh and Cl'th Brnhts;
Lad es' and Gentlemen's Trv!rn ca.e. Also, Patchels,
Caba', Ches -men, Unminoa, Vest and Mev But on. Coat
Links, Pearl. Hlver and Morocco fort Monies; B-ad, snd
Silk Purses: ? hell. Puff, Tunin, bide. Redding and Pio
Tooth foubs; a choice variety of Ivory and Palia l eaf
Pans; ro- ket Knives, aud Bus Kaaors, ilogl and in wtt.',
foraa'abv S. H. MctJiLL.
Ladies' and Gentlemen's FurnUhing Store, corner of
Square and College strsel aprll
AvoTiirit iti:ci:iiT or
FOR GKNTLIMEN, J Ji t OPENED.
SUMMER CASSIMERES PANT-LINENS
MARSEILLES VE STINGS, iJC,
BUI RT COLLARS DRAWER 1, SOCK?, CRAVAT",
HAKDKGRCHIa-Frj, GLOTCr), AC.
Every Article of Dress for Gentlemen.
"W. H. PEERY, Merchant Tailor,
NO. 84 CNI0N STREKT.
1G P UK LIC SQUAIIK,
NOW In ator, over two thcasand pvkarr of my Wintr
and Kprmg lmport.ona of rich C ilna, Olas, Silver
plated, T.rra Co t, Berha, B ihemian, Jtpaooed and
B'lumla aal Eujli-h Q wea wtr of th latest and best
styland qual t", anl al cheaper p'i-es than he'e'o'or.
The at'ent on of the p ibiic Is particularly and rpctlully
called tothisstocs and price.
mar.-hllm A. H. IIICKS
PITTS PATOIID SrOIK ZXPZLLIK0 HEAT
SIVPLICITT, neatness, ntllity, comfort, conoay and
durabili'y ar com' ine I In this Im rov-nnl a slngl
plat of e wt Iron of poruiar firm, so pi ied with ft low
er rtlg resting ginl th back of ths ftr place, and th
tppsr ringon the in d ie of tha arch, at anangl forming
pari s f th back itself, without Interfjriag witn lh lal.
ftppert'irw ar so arranged in tb grat a to aval a
draft .ufficient to correct a smoky ehl-noev, an l th Inur
tndit bars ar so mate lhas Its beat thai woi'd thr
wi seios b the chimnsy. Is arrested n1 nrdsciad or
Ibrawu bu-k into throjta. No aiteratioiia lh'aoa
ry of anv ordinary fir-- laoe or oii n l neoesaarr. It
can t put up In a fsw miaaisi by any person of ejamoa
I has been fairly triIbef.r coxp-tent witness, and
In length ot lie bs-k of the Brs plao and lb Vreadth
of fl i at to area inwJe.regdst tbr prio. Th oust
Is b.it tritli.
Tn Right ef lb Patent tor sems of th bl BlatM I tr
An esperleoce.1 gent'e'siao la th PatentO.Be at Wash
ington bought lb Klghtufoo dial at soon aa It waa
Vy at lressll Na -hrtMe, Tennessee
ai ri-if . t- Frrrs.
1 t .
.No. 2. Deaderick Street.
'I'llll aoder i taW p'.casitr li Irifar-slif thlr
1. f-tut aixi ' ultc uerali v thai they hlks
chsrg of the fcai.a; li sa D ie-io lr-t, oo dor
tvru oirr, k'M ar. ? spars t to fa- ij mls al ail
h-urs tu-T. n t 1... 'Hr ill - s I ties rap
i:i wi.l. iU ti ihst tn b ob air i t th sa.racl
it. P. kvl Ifrjpri'
W, C. McKiaav , Aui. si bW.
J II. CfR.rT, rt'lEilL CDk-
TAEKK adCAbt.ir MaKKii.l.gs
Wave ta iuf r a rl fwad - l tb v s i f. thai
hs has movsi ai Jbop and ll 11 1 roa Ulaili av
aao's ildstaid, Kaieicl tre., Ul-lf re -ui I d br i. .
Me.Vrfn, wbr b prrpir4 tc f.rv t.i.ti C -.rti a of vwry
I -tescripiaon, logrt-.er win m4 IIimss, Uf-k. a4 vry
, nn,! ' tot ft a.4, li aiu g ,v bit praBal at.
lea Ha to att ' both da and a'1t-
rarsiurt a.1 bia-M repair) H U dr I tta
' M yi; fii JaU)l U. CtJ &jr
O'.n H1LS. P k-"s M AliNytA WfTISXT;
lilock . lirou,
FstoM T. LOC, Ml.
RlxikLL A CLAl6 ?XN. Areata.
IrTftrStlC - CHpes a aa id rtt. Is.
tbta e "4y.
A IV ew Southern Monthly'.
A MOJITHLT ORGAN OF LITERATCSE A CRITICTfM,
Will be devoted to a true Ckcus:on of a t topics properly
embraced in the ecda and range of a Magaxit e, and will b
pul.li.hed in CUARLfcjTON, S. C, n or befor th first of
Ills es'ablt'hed and Hesignid wieet a e-nimry felt
want, aod to gir aiteranc and circnla ion ta Ike opin
iona, doctrines, and argaments ot te edvattd mind ef
ths Sonth eapocia lr, an l to i romota in itssphera and
mcaaur, the p ogrs of aio icd American Li eratoxe, frew
from party thack'es or lmlividail p-ejadic.
The Work will b supplied niTb.ea Pollart per acnnai,
ar23centi br number. . .
W Sabscriptir.na r. eeived by W. T. BERST k CO.,
Agsnt' for R t-sell'a Mgaiice," Nashrill.
ttf Apri" Nuarber Just received. Tr'
Tom Moore's Life Complete
Derry & Company
HA TE JU6T RKCE1 VSD
MEMOIRS, JOURNAL AND CORRESPONDENCE
T II O M A SMOORE.
ICITED BT LORD J,)HH RCSPILL.
S vol.rojsl 3 o.,cloih.
Opiniovi tf the PrfM.
Wh has not heard of Tom Vcore, Ite Irlrh Pot f Ta
all who have ever read M (opulsr Uelod'ta, this new work
will pror exceedingly interesting, especially the aatobiog.
ranhy of th Poet, from hia ear'iest recollection ta man
hood. W heartily recotciceLd it. X. Y.Cvurier.
Thomas Moor ia the la-t f the great poets that flour
Ished In the begiDnlrg of tha century. A biography,
ab'y written irut b 'ger'y soight sftr. Irepobli
ar g-eat'y indebted to the Messrs. Appleton for th cheap
and elegant manner In which thv have Issued it." . T.
This work has been mnch locked for vrl h interest b
tha sdmi-ers of the sweetest bard of modern times. Th
new work has not disappnin'eJ n. Th sparkling vtvaepy
ef Moore's letters will recommend :hem aa models of style
to thns who aim at emli.eace in epistolary correspond
enee." Albany Cfgitrr.
u Every one who has Ihe least taste for elegant Hterafn-
will at one procure a copy of tn work." CAarUtn
" It eem to ns that Lorl John Rne!l has prepared
very creditable work Indeed. Fe evidently entered npn
It ronamor, and has, w thir k. pursued It to it end with
fidelity, enthusiasm and accuracy." SritiA Coloniit.
Th work has two rreit attractions one on tr sobieet
-the other the sd tor. But one cannot took Into It without
seeming that it answered the highest expectatior that
eonid b legitimately formed of It. The work will, of eonrse,
b a g-m in the literature of the dav." Albany Argut
"That I edited with ability, thena-rte nam of England'
grat stateiman ia a gaara'.y." .V. I. Churchman.
Moire's Life, bv Risel p-esents a str'kiog pletn-a f
English life, soch a enm within th observstion and c
pericne of the poet.- Southern ChrWitn AJcocati.
" Ws seen the inin 'tiae, Ne-ti. et e-tera, ef ne of th
most versatile, voiuntnons and meloJeou bards wha ever
an?. His Inti'tiicies with all tha g-iiue of th day,
whether they were poe's. artists, or statesmen, and the
naivete with which h honestly rattles away, about every
thing in hi own literary life, or his social either. In which
latter wecan but be tmu'ed at hl bon vivant propni'.ies,
have In hia style of narrating them much oorof a charm
torus than wc generally find in Ihe priest lit of men of
genius, ven whereth curiin Is a' decorously drawn asld
aa w find it here."- HdturJiiy EuJtl.
IV. T. It. A Co. h iv alo on ale
THK ENOLI-MI EDITION of MOORE'S LIFE AX
CORRESPONDKSCE.In S vols. 1 J mo.. cloth
TiI;o'ider'gnedhavtT a eflne! that th estsl of
C M Klliton. dec' I, ia insoveii. and having rig.
ge ted thsln olvet.cv of 'hs sane, all naeson. ar hereby
notified o tVe ihwr e'aim.i with the d-rk of theCooitf
Court of Paviilon coint, 'n v a"tKent csted. on or bror
th lt dty of Inmt. 1-57; aa I ult p-rsocs indebted t
th sta' ar -eq i .-.ted o pv INeir areiuof without de
lay, or th.y will u pi iced in th hand' cf an oftVer for col
lection W. H. Vs.N,
marchSl dim AdministMior.
3IARCII SI, 1S.7.
TIIE anderga I has received to dy :
Ladie.' Thin ole Kid B.i., with hIa;
flue " La ting Gaiters, with heel
u .. m " p'ain anltl..(lsifers; '
" " " " Kid an I fur Morocco Boots;
u Kid Slippers, plain and Hi ntued;
" " with heel-;
Mi-.es' and Children's I a-ting Oa'ters:
Kid ami rnih M.iroxo Boots;
Chi dren's Kid Buckle Ties an l "ilpoers:
A few ttosen Mrn's nna sew-d Osf wd Tie;
Men' Calf Dress Phoes, low quarter.
a.ri J01IJ RAMAGE
(Ti meeting of ths Dirntors of the Tennessee Marin
and Fire Insura ce ninpanr, held thia day al their
OtEce, a dividend of ltl ' lr .'Aiir was declare.!
out of ihe prof!' s of he psst ix months On- half to b
applied to the payineot id the htik K Xtrria ta gCLL, th re
mainder to the rtic holders is i n.
apfT lmd. A. W. Itl'TLER, fecretary.
CUatncerr t'wiirl ft v id awn Connlj.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Catherine Brinkley, adm'r, el a' vs. O. W. Nance l ik
'I 'HE ereIitors of EM Itrin lev. dee'd. by order mad In thi
1 cau- al the November te rn I (J . a h eby nnliO
ed to file theire sun ag unrt he eit.ite of .aid ilvceased, wrth
the lerk andils'ter i f thi tourt at office, en or before th
first Mondayin May next. t. 1. H IKX. C. A M.
Aotire to Unilroml Contractors:
A LOT of Mule. Tarts an I Harnesa, art end Chain.
Seven Still-on's Patent Excavators, a verr superior ma
rhine. with atnoh excavation ra be done at ha f th asual
cot A large kit of new. --n i iom partly worn Shovels, Pica
and Mattocks. Itrills Hars. l-llge. SUsoo' To Is, Der
ricks and Rru'irin-, nnthi' T n.i, Othre Purniture, aa A
fin Sa die Hor.e. a pair of ntrhed bay Carriage llcrse..
seven year old. Tw.i sets of PI ited Carriage Harness and
an e'erant Top ftnirgv for one or two horses. All of which
will be sod cheap for cah or a'proved short time paper.
Early app tration to th- mt.-rrilwr althe Nahvil e and
North- ' etern Railroad ntl'u-e al lb Naabvilleand Chatta
nooga Detx't, will -ecure gtHtd barg ilns.
aprS-d w IC CL LTERIIOf'E.
TM. SINGED A CO.. hav opened an office, at 4d, PuMi
. fptare, Naxhrille, for th s.il of their celebrated ew.
IngMa hine. Ttw e who wuk to pu chas eewlng Machine
which they cm dend o;n may do so at th above place.
It is generallv -dmitted ty all who have osd wing a.
rtiine h' t finger's ar siiH.r or to all other. They en b
osrd nn all fabrics, audi as Mu.lin, Unen, I loth, otton. or
Leather, by mere'y changing the Nerdls and Thread. They
wi.l work with spool o ton. 'ill, or Thread these sna
chtno wnr faster, ar more diira' I and wmpl thaa any
otboi-. Thev are warranted to .Io whl they ar represent
ed. Smeer's Mach ie is an .tabli-hed f.ict. Call and a it
Inoucrauonat 4 ', Public rqture, N hil
KM rWniR A TO.
Being a practical Machiniei.t am prepa-ed to fix a'l V!a
chine of t mger a lh..l may tby accident) gel oq of .der.
1 aprl. V P. FOT, Agent.
TBE anderaigned kep a Uoarting How en Cedar
street, nest th vertn tab Hotel. nttr h I reads,
al all ii, la wwismIiis transient ar permaneol
Boader al fjtrraie. Hitablla alwaya prvldd with
tb best la market afiords.
janll Q 80. W. C01.EMAN
I nd Warrants Located. f
I14LLIrv forth North- et .hrt th lit ofMty.
Pron having laid Warravs whict Ihey wbib lostted
will find thi a f svorabi opportunity. Having rislud thi
section at rirrdi tims wittua in lat ainaven rs. I
lel eonnf:nt of being oei mski kjeitmis that will b
satisfactory to iVm who wiaa to nils lnvitmnt. My
cha-ge wil' Im IU prcnt. on amvtat af lvisieDt I
nfer to th Vidn. onTinitf of Shri:l gtaaraliy.
For further Inform .t.arn, apply to
J. O. PELLOWrS.
march 's -tl No. V rh-ry stri N "britje-
(Of FKIl rtlll lLi: the Wtowing gritA
iisiiKf Pi. airs: iio-g !' at ti perhuolrvd,
Iowa at il i r huodr4. inm lt ; al lpr baaJrsJ,
Tayior". a. Ui.u at II IteehjTlrsL
AU enteri Uft nt vt I'll) a.'M". Vl 3 Wla
da s aii -istaciav pro apt'y a'tea l 1 vs.
mic:Vi3-1-n1 JMf E. WtLKR
A IE Ptmpa J down New York made Ale Poire. jr ale
cheap br i. i ROilRTOS.
April. .r-5r. , --
HALF tr RAl-l'ai 'rwh and goeX
bis. e tit CRAB CIDER, a Prkn
box SWEET URANGES " Ood rdr
and for sal br
April S la:.
I AIETILIX tgJU
J. C. DAUUCX,
Lr.TIBEB. gllll- AtP BOAItX).
I HATE sa a Ur lot of C4r, T.Bow snd Wkila
ft- r . C r Wmra. Pnar Ptsa, Joii,
ej,ii .j-r.. C -Jr, Ce I u t snk an l P lar j!iiala.
I bar v fdiJi eai4 Pooler aad Cdr, areastng
rJr. aad a ! " Fiownag. O nhiaglw a-
asaai ug No- I P4' Sniogt. A.I la etia -l nm a.
17 I a mw1 aay qaaatny f Ltmimr er fhitl a
i smm ium aa I at the lowe ni for th eaaa.
teave ar .er tor proi a-waiwa
mrtf Ns-wll'e ,1'Kf ' 1 ' V "'-ay.
5s. Hi XafAas i'Jttt, On Dxr Haj; of SUtl,
IkfPOKTEXi, UaittxCrCalAJ ASO fiOLUAU
WlTfnCS, JCWCUIT, CCTLKRY,
blWcr ll;tcd Wures:
FUESCH &ISQL133 FA5CY G30D3,
WATCH MATERIALS, TOOLS,
Tt 4eprtf!iit at ir.i nshl by H I tebarw A Bra'.W to
afeat siinik Mrctiaa4iM wf KUaaie te t naii tie,
?.A3HI5--tI ba 0rB. la t vVrrtAlw
'by JU li. o3JAT0..