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. BT.SalTB. S. Cr. THOS.CaLLtWBga,. LP.
S2IITH, CAKP & CO.," Proprietors.
W. HT. S3HTH and ISA. P. JOTSIS, Tilton.
Offlea !V. 1C, t t t t i Oeaeerfek HtrstsH.
....The Cii cinnatiComfriMyi: "A steam
fire engine, of eery email pice, lately built, hy the
Mesert Lttta, was tested yesteHsy in front of the
Mechanics' Institute building. It weighs only about
6000 lhe, which is six tone lighter than the Urgent,
and three and s-hslf tons lighter than aoy steam en
gine heretofore made by these ceDtlemen, yet it
threw a lire ream ten feet higher than the tow
er. Through an 1 J inch nozzle it threw wat r two
hundred fact, and two streams each one hundred
and eenty-fie feet. Another feat it performed
was, tbrowine water through 500 feet of hoe and
a 1 J inch nol to thdi'tne of one hundred and
eighiy-'oar f t. Tbi fine little engine, whirh Is
called fie E.lipe , can b! readi'y drawn hj twohor
aae, and performed in all reepecte atiefetorily."
.... A late li'tterfroni London published in a
London psper, C3i t tins the following: The man
aion of the Duke de Medina Cell, described be Ford
M looking like ten houses taken out of Dak "r street,
and which was considerably damaged in July lacl
year by General Serrano's cannonade, is now near
1 repaired. The papers gi?e an accoont of a rnag
nifiotnt electric clock that is to surmount it, having
several faces, one of which fronting the Salon or
chief promenade on the Trado, will ebow, besides
the boar, the dsy aud month, and the changes of
the moon. There it to be a carillon, or peal of bells,
which will play an air as often as the hoar strikes.
The airs are to be 18 in Dumber, selected from these
Spanish melodies most popular in the provinces
where the Dake baseetsfs that is to say, io near
ly every province of Spaia.
... The number of colored voters which the pro
yoed amendment to the constitution of New York
would create, is estimated at 10,000.
.... The Annapolis Gazette states that much of
the fruit in that neighborhood has been destroyed
by the late cold weather; the apricots are en id to
be entirely destroyed.
.... The County Cocrt of Blount County, on
the 6'h inn., voted lb 4 Judge of the Court "tofA
as a salary. The Jude accepted. Alas,
.... The August ConntitniionaliU gives the
following account of one of the manufacturing es
tablishments which are in p-ofperous operation in
the St it? of G'orjis : "Some idea may be formed
of the rttent of business carried on at the Augusta
Cotton Manufactory, when we state ihit near sixty
thousand ysrdsof cloth are spun weekly, consum
ing about fifty bales of cotton, of four hundred lbs
each. Tnere are abont eight thousand spindles
and two hundred and sixty looms in operation.
.... A New Tork batter who trades with all
parts of tha Union, eajs that Virginia and the
Western Slates require larger hxte than the other
States. New Enjjmd heads are tha same sixe as
those of New Yorkers. Kenturkians have the lar
gest hea ls; Fluridians the smallest. The average
American bead is a "long oval, "exactly the same
hape as the Irish. The English head is long with
out the "ovl;n the Germans wear hats "approach
ing in shape an irregular square." The hatter
eems to think the American head is diminishing
.... Washington Irving, who is now in bis 75th
year, recently r?c ived an invitation to be present
at the oration delivered by Edward Everett in Al
bany. He returned an answer regretting his ina
bility to attend, on account of his being so busily
occupied getting tha last volume of his work on
Washington through the press, and his being inces
santly subject to fie piibter' call.
.... The Mobile Advertiser announces that a
contract has been concluded between the Mobile
and Ol io Railroad Comptoy and the agent of an ex
tensive manufacturing company for the purpose aod
early d. liv. ry at that port of a consiJerable quan
tity of iron rails, and that the work of track-laying
on the road will be speedily resumed. The Ader
tiser adi's: Tha com piny bare on band rails iuffl
cieot tor some nine miles, and, as the delivery of
tha itoo under the contract just mentioned is to
commence the present month, there will be no im
pediment to the continuous proecutionof the work
when once begun. We understand that a suitable
force for trick-laying will atonce beorgauiz d and
aet to work at Macon, whici enterprising towo will
ery soon cease io be the Mississippi terminus of
the railroad. The purchase of rails just effected
ensures the extension of the road beyond the
"Tibbi" in time for the next crop, and this exten
sion will bring to Mobile over the road nest season
I all 40,000 bales of cotton additional.
.... The X. 0. Picayune of the 9th Inst says
"The office of the Southern Pacific Ri lroad Com
pany was declared by resolution, pissed last exo.
Ing, to be removed to this city, to remain here per
manently ut.til the road is completed. This is tha
first step in that aeries of measures which will give
tha compaoy a Southern home, aud which m st
secure tha support and sympathy of the Southern
people. These accomplished, and we shall shortly
" see theeteam express carrying the gltd tidings of
civilisation and light through the now solitary plains
of Texas, and return Uden with the product of the
rkhst and rarest soils of tha continent It will be
a eeason of jabilee to the wia, tha gool, the pat
riotic and the humane. The Union will be girdled
by an iron b It, and knitted together by the endur
ing tiea of interest, commercial necessities and so
.... According to a return recently published
by the Russian Government, the merchant shipping
of Russia io the Caspian Sea consuls vflS2 vessels
of different dimensions, which carry crews amoun
ting to 1, 960 men.
.... On the rii tois C-ntral Railroad lately li e
angi tew put his nad t irou?h the wi .dow, and a
feme, only eighteen inches from the tender, struck
his skuil, killing him almost Instantly.
.... The LegisWturo of Liui-Uo., at its late
eion passed an act prohibiting the eauuclpatioj
of slaves in tint Suts in future.
....The El nirs AJvertiier lit speaking of tha
fashions y "Strip all the men and women of cur
Tillage of tueir fine clothes, and what a cbaege
would be apparent Ot course there would 1
. The Memphis Bit'letin of lost Suuday ays
M V learn that the dwelling aud out-houses of
Mr John Trigg, Jr., Using io Arkansas, near tha
bead of Devil's Elbow, on the river, were totally
consumed on Usl Friday night week, while Mr. T.
' and his ft mil were absent from home. II is loss is
....The JiuIUtU isyislso "A large body of
Kansas emigrants arrived here per Memphis and
Charleston Rdlroad oa Tuesliy n,;bt, and left hero
last rveniug oo th steamer Mattic Wayne, en route,
w Su LuU. The pirty numbers over a hundred
soul-, many of tbem families wiiH thtlr negroes
along. Tn.-y are principally from Central Alabama,
and g .i to Kauea to locus p.!rmanendy. They era
a healthy, robust par y an wwlileol and travs
cIom of pa.'ple, such as wtU do cradu to tha eoea-
...A I tier from Vienna t tha L'oyJ of pBtV
sua t tat gr at preparations are to be . ssada la
Ha i;r f ,r ihu festivals ia honor of a vVit rrooi
- the Eohx of Aesiria. Among other thlsgs, tha
B-.ii of PjI ua.uky Ugoiu.to uka to Peeih
svu hundred t, horses aud one toauol wild
bul s, 1 1 or lee to giva a A, play of a ehass of lhe4
a i'ti I - Ub tn Us-o.
.. Tii p wuUioo ol th-i sev-ral departmects
o' Fra ic- li.e a. eu v. ijr nwcu reoeo sl by emigre
toi u Asrl. l.i tMxus cae whole willsgee
bsve drp pili. d Tbi. i poniouUrly iht
cse h tue (Upanm vf tie Haut-Saoue, lt
6oae,' etJ tiKLa uT.tSioro iu Uit oorih.
WEDNESDAY, APSIL 15, 1857.
' ..The Nomination f ? r Conjrreaa.. v
The Conressional Convention, which
met at Ciarksville yesterday, nominated
Maj. Q. A. Hexbt, of. Montgomery; as '
the American candidate for Congress in
this Distriet. We are' not adWsed of the
causes which led to this unexpected result.
Major ITexry, as we are well aware,
did 'not seek the position .to which he has
been called 4 but, nnder the. circumstances
he cannot do otherwise than accept, and
mnke the canvass.' No man in the Dis
trict is more worthy of th.6 honor; for no
one has serred his country more faithfully.
Every American and Whig in the gallant
eighth ought to be proud of the opportunity
to send him to Congress. , ; .
W. D. Davie, Esq., was yesterday nom
inated as the American' candidate to rep
resent Montgomery county in the popular
branch of the next Legislature.
Candidates. The following candidates
have presented their "claims" to the good
people of Cocke county to a seat' in the
Ilouse of Representatives: John Cameron,
J. II. Randolph. J. Burnett, Fowler Mor
ris, and 'Squire Shultz. The first two are
Americans, the balance are old line Whigs.
Mr. J. X. Tedford and W. M. Brickell
are candidates for the IIousjj in Blount
county. An American county convention
is to be held on the 4th of May next, to
nominate a candidate.
, Wm. Brazleton, Jr., and R. D. Scruggs
are candidates in Jefferson county. .
We hope that our friends, in all sections
of the State, will be governed by a gener
ous and self-sacrificing spirit, looking to
the good of the cause instead of individual
preferment. It is within the power of the
American Party to carry both branches of
the Legislature. One candidate in each
district, and a vigorous canvass will do the
work. Is there not patriotism enough in
in our ranks to secure this gratifying re
sult? In the recent local elections in Cincin
nati the Germans voted against the Demo
cratic ticket. This enrages the Enquirer,
the organ of the party, and it denounces
the Dutch leaders in bitter terras. For
eigners are the best fellows in the world so
long as they will turn the grindstone for
Democracy, but miserable trash when they
decline such degrading service.
St. Louis ax Abolition City. The St.
Louis Leader says of the late election in
St. Louis, "the Blair-Wiraer-Boernstein-Brown,
cnt-Benton, Black Republican,
Abolition, soi-disant Emancipation party
have carried the city by about 1,100 ma
jority." The Black Republican journals
rejoice over this result, and declare that it
is an indication of what must be the fate
of slavery in Missouri. They mistake the
spirit of the great masses of that State.
The St Louis treachery to the South was
caused by the immense foreign vote cast
on the anti-slavery side. The city is over
run with foreigners, who have inherited a
cordial hatred of slavery. The rural dis
tricts are composed of better materials.
The day is far distant, we hope, when they
will succumb to the enemies of southern
1ST- The following extract, taken from an
article in the New Orleans Delta, which
supported Mr. Buchanan in the late con
test, presents some truths which the people
of this country would do well to consider,
The Ddtn crives up all hope that the so-
called National Democracy will do to be
trusted by the South, in another conteet.
Whatever may be thought of the ultra
southern proclivities of the Delta, its inde
pendence, candor and ability will be read
l'reparatiana for 1860.
Every political event, movement and indication
at this time in the North unit in confirming the
prediction wamade as soon as Mr. Buc tanau's elec
tion was established, that the Blai k Republicans,
far from disbanding, would undertake preparations
fur the battle of 1S80 with more vigor, determina
tion and seat than ever. Though tbevlii'ed to elect
their Pr.sideut, yet they wern signally triumphant
io consolhlatm? such an extended and sriied polit
cut organisation as wss never ber re eff. cied wiih
in the same bri. f period. They were not beaten
they yiel led no iuch of vantage ground; they ei
camped upoo tne atu n-Il, and ere now drJunt
ly flauntiui; their black bsontn across our lines in
Maryland, Virginia, snd Uisouri. Confident in the
numerical strength exhibited by tha overwhelming
vote of lwlve States in their favor; eoofidetit iotha
increase of H is strength, as the avalanehe acquires
momentum wben plunging down the mountain ult
imo the t liin ; and confident, ala! in the pertina
cious inaptitude of the f-outh, while aoporised bv
national politics, to arm hersell in real earnest
against aggression, they already regard themselves
as predestined conquerors, aud the South asabtlp-
less foe that must surrender at discretion or be ut'
jugiitod by tnsin lorce.
Tney nave sworn never to lav down tbtirarms,
these enemies of the South. Thev hate her with a
Caribagenian hatred. By tha hideous black god
they ornip, they have sworn to conquer ber iu
I860. Ibry aro I Tightening tbetr weapons everv
day. Tha tramp of their gathering hosts ray be
beard on every Northern p ain. The tocsin of war
sounds shrilly through eeiy Northern vallev. Their
camp fires burn all .lungtbd Southern borderland
in suore than one lce tney have already crossed
the boundary and rst-blirhed outposts upon Sooth
ern territory. They bave never yet been known
to lake a step backward, and their order of march
is Slid Southward.
la the face of all this, wbtt are the Southern sen'
tines doing upon their watcn T tial la toe Sou lb
doing for dcUcice what is she doing fur prepare
lion Where is her encampment, where are bar
laders, and who are they Wbereand who is her
Falius, or her S -ipki Afrieana? Alas I where?
Alast who? But never osair; when the hour
comes the man arid come, doubtless. We may wait
a wlila lor tne coming man, but wcao wait uo lon
ger itn safety to prepare for the inevitable hour,
The National Demox rU : party has do longer any
ratioual bops to holl out to the South. The Sob lb
gave it victury io 1816, aed she ha ttsted bone ol
the fruits ol victory yet, but Dead-Sea ashes. Au
other such vicuxy would Uave beroked, tottrve
upoo tbo rteaerl. Hut t"e Naiiottal Ditocriie
prty hot is out no rv.laiu! hop ol success for it
cif, as at present org tuised. UlSce is its strongest
cotieie tLtneut, an4 lh rotary principle is taking
away its strength (rum tbat aouica. Wbcravat oue
sjip leant for oSics bas bven appointed, at least a
a Oosco eipccuuta bav b n dt.pjiutcd; the
aa-iacunibacu are eenretlj or opsuly boaiila to-
ttlt tae pors wLUa dupUceJ tbm ; tue new
U'Cumbeou will prove ungr.t fut, oi coarse, aad
eio "Cting to give up their poa Uons oo tne iikcoating
of another AdmiiiUtrailou tle ruury priociple be-
iig tsubhabed iu tne uonal DiuocrijC cr m
they will have nothing to BUmulala theut t labor
for the el cjou cl a ij0jooruo rrraueut, but ou
the othwr baud, will be stritnjj tempt d t j tri
y make term with the oppj.it prtj--8uck R
pubdcao or wUat not au reuUrr a yai yr ho
la tha way of political treachery tue a owouttuauce
la th- Ir places. Of all ib-ee reakntrs iu tua
atiooal Dcmocraiie organisation, ,tbe wily enmiy
Jl ba sere to arU buna If, l'Ln?ylvatt4 aa
orried lor Mr. Uuenauau by a Itueral Ut upon
rtUxritiC t5 e-tiul!vrs. Is U at a-"! nm tie that
I y woa.4 HU&nt sutb a tu, wiun lite r
e i.iy l't tt ei.Ji ii y r ti.u atd.ng to
.l et wuiU tut tt.t-sr wu biaus t3f Is it not
m sra reiHSMb;-, oa lb cotii.iy, many ut
tt.4 4) would J".ri hriuV v to ib vvetturca ot th
en mr to sell f eir pirty for thf ir offices? Asor
edl it ii", as the mor.d' of politics go now s-davs.
Now, a word sbout tne policy of the bouth. we
have been cbsred wiih luxuriating in opposition,
without proposing arv definite programme of action
lor the SoiiAh. We are not justly amenable to any .
soch- cbsrga. .V hae, time and aain,. outlined
programme which was fullv definite enouen Mr'
he sure of the puMis mind in the South. Opinion
must pr cele action A general idea of what is to
he done, and th a ill to do It, must precede the de
tails of the pUn by which it may be accomplished.
When the Southern mind emancipated from tra
dition and liberated from the despotism of Natioul
Pary ia ready a definite programme at 1 not be
wanting. Meantime, we have thlg to s : Then
sueie distinctly mude b-teen th North and the
South; it is a iif-.md-lesth cont-st, and, with her
present resources, the Sooth cannA conquer in the
Union, irh is to be saved, she must, worn out
her own mlvstion ; her own fort sizbt must be ber
providence her o.o will tier dettiiny. "
The Washington correspondent of the Jv". T
Commerci'd writes: J -
The foreign sppointroents are positively not to
t made for another month. Among the expectants
of foreign missions who are now or lat Iy have been
her were Powhatan El l. Mr. Wm. B. Lawrence,
of R. I., who it b said desires the Russian MUsion;
Price, of New J.-rsey, who wishes to be Minister to
Mexico, and Mr. Pickens, of S. C, who is willing to
take ihe bst office in the f i?t of the Administra
tion, snl will havehie choice between London, Ber
lin, aid St. Petersburg. f
THE CHINA MISSION.
The N. Y. JW is inclined to think well of the
seleciion of Mr. Reed for the China Embassy,
"Die general reputttion for character and tlent
is respectable (we are told,) though of his capacity
for conducting negotiations between nations wecio-
not know much. "
Anybody, however, is better the Post hints
thsn Caleb Gushing, the "Bear-leader" of the Pierce
drnasty. The Post don't like Caleb. It never did.
Frost o?f thb Whbit asd Fruit Crops.
The Talladega Reporter, of the 9th inst., has
the following in reference to the tfFocta of the
frost of last Sandav:
Sme of our farmers say that wheat iskilled,
and will have to put out again to make any
thing. Others insist that only the most for
ward wheat ia materially injured. AH ag-ee,
owever, that considerable damage has been
done. Unt fr thi frost the prospect far a so-
perior crop of wheat would, in a very, a'tort
time, have materially reduced the price ot corn.
The alarm canned by this unexpected iDjury to
the wheat will dow, we fear,ctuse breaustotid
to advance even beyond what the circumstan
ces would justify. - But bread the people must
ave, and we hope, tuey may be able to obtain
it at a living pric.
The frait mach of which had escaped trie
former frosts ia, we believe, nearly, if not all
killed.' The peaches, so fsr as oar examina
tions have gone, are certainly destroyed. The
effects of this frost, though Jar less seri U9, re
mind us forcibly of the merairble frost of the
16th of April, 1849. Then the wheat crop of
this section was almost entirely out oft, the
leaves on the forest trees were killed, and every
thing presented a dismal and gloomy appe .r-
ance for weeks afterward.
Tub IIomb Mother. S me one writing f yr
the Maso'iic Mirror, has drawn a pretty pic
tore of a home-loving, child loving mother:
"We must draw a line, aye a broml lire be
tween her and the frivolous butterfly of fash
ion, who flirts from ball room to opera and
party, decked in rich robe, and followed bra
train as heartless as herself she, who forget
ful of the holy tak assigned her, neglecting
those who have been given id ber charge, and
leaves them to the care of hirelings, while she
pursues her giddy r iuud of amusements. Not
so with our home mother, blessings be on her
head. The heart warms to see her in her daily
routine of pleasant duties.
How pleasant she sits day after day, ehape-
ing and sewing some lit lie article for use and
adornment for her little flock! And how proud
and pleased it each little recipient of htr kind
ness. How the little faces dimple with pleas
ure, and tha bright eyes grow still brighter, as
mamma decks them with her own haayls, in
the new dress she madel flow much warmer
and more comfortable they feel if mamma
wrap9 I hem up before they go to school ! No
oue bat her can warm the mitts and overshoes,
or the comforters around their necks.
There is a peculiar char n about all ehedoes,
the precious mother. They could Dot slep:
jay, for that matter the oonld not, if she failed
to visit their chamber, and with ber own sort
hands arrange them cmforraMy before they
flept. Her heart thrills with gratitude to l.er
Creator as she looks on those sweet, blooming
fices, and when their prayers are done imprints
a good night kiss on each rosy month. It may
be, too, a tear will start for the little nestling
bird in its chill narrow bed, fur whom hr ma
ternal care is no longer needed. It sleep,
though the sleet and snow descend, and the
wild winter howls around its head. It needs
no hmirer her tender care I A mightier arm
enf .Ids i?. It is Bt rest. She frels aud knows
that it is right, and bends me- kly to the hand
that ued the slmfc, and tarns with a wanner
love, if it be possible, to thoee little ones who
are lef. to love. How teuderly she guards Ihem
from danger, and with a strong untiring love.
she watches by their bed tide wheu they aro
Blessings be on the gentle, home-loviog
mother. Angls will !x'k with love upon her
acts. Her children will rise np, and call her
blexsed. and the memory of ber kindly deeds
will enfjld her as a garment.
"About as Dkstkcctive." A good tl ing
occuired the other eveninfr daring the festivi
ties of the dinner to Mr. Lake. "The army
and oar citizen soldery" had j:iet been toatel,
and a response made by a dinltngnished t5utr
preeeni, when a gentleman at the south end ot
the tahle ree aod said ha saw no reason for
neglecting another honorable profession reprseu
ted tliere and by way if supplying the omis-i-ion
he cave "The medical prolewM'jo about at
dc$trv elite at the- army cr nutyf'
This brought the- boose down, and a distin
gniohed member of the profession t, who
made a very humorous and amusing reepouae
to this telling hit. Yieltburg Whig,
The doctors are great fellows to joke. T'ure
is do scaring tbem iff, with an allaeion totomb
stories. They are as ready to acknowedge the
uncertainly of medicine, as the lawyers the
uncertainty of la
But we all make a great deal of sport of
the fsoulty, when we are well and wheu we
get sick our faith ia their ability ia immediate
Tbs Spiritual Hand.
"Cve let we eUte the "
Mr. Willis, a ie. lent ol divinity ia llarvard U&i
veitnty, ha, for a yer or two pa-t, been figuring
as a fourth-proof -piriiual med'Oin in Cambri-lge,
Doetoo, Salem, and various other places in Mas,
II is reputation ws S9 excellent ss to Indue i Prof.
Custis, of the Lawrence S. i-ntifie School, and oth
er genthnien competed Ub the Univer-ity, to al
lend one of his private circles in Boston, last wsnk.
- Solemnly lortueo' iui-lf around the table the circle
of converts, lMipresi') Udiea, loereduloos pruf.-s
sore, and medium Willis. for a time everything
rct on swee sMly. The table was moved, the
rps were dmunciiy civro, aod some remarkable
eiatlaares of Ucl sud docinne mad. But a few
of the ooipny were not quite saiisSed, and Mr.
Willis was as lions to astonish tba learned profes
sors will a hihtr proof of his powers.
. .The light wer eiunguUoeJ, and the circle wait
ed, ,in euteina stlencs aiL" IVawmly a! Us A., who
hi a bit ol a convert to the new lahb, was sure that
a Spiritual hand hail touched hen ; then Miss B.,
tell the gboatly fioners, Slowly tie spiritual baud
stole aroaud U- circle, antil it raacl.ed i'rofrseor
JwimUs. A lost h fcajMificed the otbera, but he was
antio'JS to iwakettie Stranger 's bwlter acquaniuoee.
Wii!) true faukee h-ariiuea) he s'look the spirit
uai bavi; with tree Taukae warmth b kept snak
ing it, grasping, fie shadowy fis-b tuore aud nore
tihily. The ttigers sirueUug to free Hiemselvi s,
bat He Prof Kr ti-td on uil tush;bu wera tit. aod
be saw himself clutching Mr. Wil s' lJfot.
stiss A., wwot law spiritual hysterica, atxi ilia tit elw
brute Bp In CO;. fa-ion.
Ti.li t fV bas come to as throajh "slritoal
baeda." ll'ii ia true, it woulJ ewcui to fumuh t e
laeuliy witu aa smpt- seu for ausrx-ocije n
eiuUy st i U ut F o s Lis ooQectiou iih tha Caieef
ty. s. y. Pt,
fjy Oa the 17th of Marsh M. Otta, a
Iwuotas Ca'iiolic a.e tuber cl the IVtji,u Caauiber
of Rcpres. utaUits, sl Oeiateii.g a speech on tit
buliof the MihUu-y of I'm WorLip, be s..k
to the toor, and, bv-U carried to sb sdotabig hail
by aooie of IU Cj4s4e-t he silrei alaia4 toi
LIST OF LETTERS
ry EMAINISG nceslle) for lathe Fost Office at Haab
XV ta, IprU 15th, 1S5T: 3
1. Z , JLadiea' List.
Ane1en. !l n Lrdia
Adfclson, Miss Amanda
Aoiler on, Mrs J D
Anderson, Mias Lacy
Blood orih, Mis S J
' Ailian, Mrs Luereua
Akin, Mrs Kaney
Bonner, Mis Mry
Be tford. Mi Sarah
Hiker, Mi Ellen
Biitwtti. Miss O S
Benaet, M s M J
j Barney. Miss EC.-
B-ooks, Mm Sally
B ireb, M sLoi
' Hamer, Mi Ca t
B'Itud, Mrs llooorfa
Birber, Mrs Kl saeth -Baker,
"arne't, Mi- HJ : S
Branttev. Mis Elisabeth
Bt-orh, Mrs 8rh A j
Kcoton, Min Ann K
uartn. Mis KofaMe S
Brad'ord, Wijs M 3
Booari. Mn Kttenla "'"
Batehelor, Misa Sophronla
tturUogame, Mr Abity
Corhltt, Miss 3 X
Crain. Mi'S M K
Cotton, Mrs Joseph
CothrK, Min Sisan
Cook, Miss Mary
Coo'y, M-s Mry
Oraig, Mrs Mare E
Cir cr, Mrs Mildred
Campbell. Miss Nedhani
C'ninoy, Mas J ins
Copley, Mfi Ammda
Crumley, M-s B J
Cismons, Mss Mary
Cartwright, Mrs Mary
Ctpl-r, Misa A man la
Crunl-, Mrs M A
ro , Mi Ally
(Wti .Ml J
Coarfra in, Mrs Miry
fanninzham. M m Rrbeect
tartnuse. Mt.-s Loaiia
C-nmier. Mrs Mrr A
Cros hwt-i!, Mn Harriett
Craijtie8d, Mrs T V
Go(tu;l, Miss gas S
DoiM, Mls Nsncy
Dsnchan, MHs Lonlfa
Donelst n, MUs Virginia
DjrOMDb. Mis Mollis K
dabos, Mrs f J
Doyle, Mrs Miry
Divilioa Mirtl.uey S
Dobkins, Mrs Cassandra
Euban. Miss M J
tumonson, Mrs B H
Flint, Mis Flii
Fnb'i?h, Mn S C
Frruscn . Mi-s Elisa
Fowler, Mrs f i
Foster, Mrs M C
Fletcher, Mrs t
Gre..nhalgh. MisS K
Olnjrrey, Mist AdWia
Ooodwin, Sirs rt t
. Gillis.Mm Kmily
oupre.s g J
Oxris. Mr JAM
Dsviton Trognv t !
0H, Mifs Synthia
imniin, Mn Ann
lavid;o i, Mies Hannah
Utttt, Mrs M H
Englisa, Miss Martba
Tallfr, Mrs Mate
Pord, Mrs A J
Fears, M"S Klinbeth
F ter, Martha
Franklin. Mi Kliaabeth
For y:t),Miu M K
Guthrie, Mr Fxonr,
Rant, Mts KMsabeth
Qreen, M"s l.iszt
Oaer, Mis 'hsrloita
(ioodman Mini Margaret
Oower, Miss Orphia
Qreen, Miss J.ina
Herbert, Mi?s KM
kaitey, Mrs M irlha
Harnmir, Mm M o
.Hall, Mrs Jane
Hoges Mr E'eiiae
Houell. Mis L
Born, Mrs 8 A
Hollr, Mr 8 W
Bolt, Mis fc.tmre
I'aden Mrs 8. rah
Head, Mis- Llisa
lloff non, Matb
Horn. Mra r V
Hun'ington, Miss M X
Horn, Miss M A
Jordon, Bin Mary
Jones. Mrs N A
Kinner, Mi.is Emma
Knowles, Alijs Anna
Lanier, Mi-s J A
Lancliinic.Mrs E A
Lo r.aanry, Mn isllie
Lewis, Mr K 'Sib -tb
IIKh,Mrs H M
Hyr iDennis, Mrs 8
Ran. Mrs Christiana
Hill, Min LI !
Hunt, Mrs Wm
Hug hi, ilis Beatrice
He ion, Mr' Martba
Henderson, Mrs J K
Hare, Mi s Elixa
He brrt, Mrt A 8
llirelson. Miss Mullis
Hyde, Mss A J
Jame , Mi-s K'lsa
Reiser. Miss Lixsie
KeU-j.M u Bridget
Lots, Miss Mattis
Lition, Mi s L A
Lon, Hits 'annte
Leek, Mrs ' I lafestb.
Logan. Mi s Mary
M:nton, Miss Francis
M), Mill E J
Mtnice, Mis I lisa
M inioe, Mrs Elisa
M wney, Mrs K M
tlurp'iy. Miss tlten
Morn, Miss S K
M Her, Mi Margie
Mossiy, Miss Mary
Moore, Mi n M K
MiUijon, Mrs i U
Marmaiuke. Mrs Yf
Miller, Mr: Mirtha
LannaugA, M.s c A
Mink", Miss MA
Manees. Mu- Kllen,
Mtrs M.as lab:. ha,
Mutotk, i rs A M
Morray, rtrs M J
M chell. Mi ilf M
Miller, Ms N J
Manning, Mis Lizxis
Majors, Miu R -becca
Medun, Mrs t W
H ioreilhi Orlema
Moore, Sli h ttia
Mi'chell, Miss N li
McJoit, Mrs Jana
S MeCanaban MissLUxUS
S McKay, Mr Oiiria
McKay, i-s Al uira
Mo juire, Miss Margaret
Newso-n, Mr Klla K
Neblett, Mr. M J
(Jwen, Miss A
0'uran, Mrs B
S OoU9, Mis r t
Prescott, Mi's Ann
Heard, Mi M iry
Pyrou, Miss M I'
Perkins, M.os Lctitia
S Kidge, Mi') A E
ky au, Miss Hily
Read, 4 ids S J
Richardson, Miss Vary
S Randall, Miss A it
t Rogers, M s J L
Stockara Mi -s B J
hpiin;. Mi s l ime
8 in tllii. M il 8 K
Sibley, M a riunan
foweile. M s M A
hmith, Mrs Thomas
9 Mnith, MriWH
Spina;, Mrs Kl ia
bmith, Mr Narcma
Thompson, Mrs EUsibeth
Thompson, M e L P
Tuompson, Mrs P W
Vester, Mrs Adelina
MeKoin.M ssM B
Mcnride, Mn S B
M Eeo, MrsClara
Mc.udiy, MiiF Lucie
MrOuie, Mrs Ro J
Nok;s. Mui Sarah
Neil, Mi,i S rah
Nichola.s Vli s Cora
Neilis, Mi-s M J
Napier, Mis Jaas
Phillips, Mist Emily
Patterson, Miss Jenny
Purter, M.a L uis
Parrisb, Mrs J
Parss, Miss S
Ray, Mrs E F
Koam, Mrs nusin
Kobioson, Miss Mary
Ros ', Mrs T J
Richards, Mrs Ana
Stvage, Mi?s Joseptiina
Sain, Mr Han let
8earcy, Miss nnm
S ebens. Mrs M it
i-lone, Mrs Martha
Sneer'., Miss &
Smith, Mi s Ana
.'tnith, Mrt C
Smith, Miss Betsey
Thompson, Miss M A
I acker, Mr A
Thjuips iu, Mrs D F
VandervlMe, t t
Vaughn, M- flallls
Wolfe, M s El ssHeth
Hoods M l K M"
Wagir ner, M m Mary
Wilitinon Ms E M
w hitica i, Mrs M ur
Whitley, Mrs A k.
vvhinlaj, M si?arah
Write, An anda
Wnl ams, Mrs a A
Young, Mrs Francis
Wood, M s L L
w0 diuu. Miss Susan
Wilson, K ile
Wolft ei', M Mirv
Wooihea , Mi Mary
Winilolen Mi Mary
Will a-n., M.s Mary 0 1
Willis, C A
Whiny. M 'arah
Williams, MisSS L
Tarbrough, Mr Margaret
Askin, Jas R T
Aurhi.on, W Vf
A IherS 'ii. Oauiel
Arta-ns, J.w K,
Attn. W II
Amh iuy, T1101 A
A tdisoo, J B
An ler-on, j imes
Akin, James A Co An bony, Wm
Alar o. Tto
Armstrong, W U
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Howrm, J L
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Mr.im y. W C 4
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Bsun, MP 1
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Bunch, Hsury K
Bell, Jtaes L
Barottta, W U
Barnes, U nry
Barber, J (J
Bain, Has Mr
Barnes, 1 ho- 11
Btrnes, Bo.irar N
barrow, J 0
barucs, L Q
liaakeniil, John A
Barnes, M irion
I) irk, Euward 1
brown, J 8
Bryant, Sit M
Bio day. W H
Bi I, W T
Bus ey, W J
Bo k. M
Bud lye. t H
Butts, D L
Baoob, John T
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Bumtm, V V
B u. luck, Louis X
Bruderak, O V S
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Cooper, H A
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CltmefiUi, Ja a
cooper, U F
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Coueu A Co, P t
Carpenter, W F
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Creaaril, els 'art
CrowJat, W n II
Curr.o, Jotm M
Curus, A f
Cu.u.o- Joba A
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i'lemau A Co
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Uray, b W
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Jnnrs, iu B
Jones, 8am S
Jordan, B I
Jonos, S W
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Ki it, John
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Lron A 'o, i M
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Leyden, James J
Leriot ( has
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LinJ ley. (i R
Lvoji A Thornton
Luopnaly, A .
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Mausfteld Sl Co
Martin, Oeo M
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Treanon, A D
Tucker, ll U
Wa'lker, B W
Wurin,', O C 3
Wate-, Wm D
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Tinley, J B
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Th was, James
Wooilhum, B F
T iyior. Isaac
Tcule Jas U
Temple Luci-n M
Wats, J L
White" au, Geo W
Wilson, i in J S
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Wile Isaac V i ters, G S
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Wal er, N
Warren, l II
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Wa d, II
Ward a Ellis
Waller, Jas W
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Williams, Z WilUnso no F
Wil-on, John B Hhitire-r Geo W
Wilson, Win T White, Tho as
Wil-on, Henry 2 Whitm n.GS
Winlrey, Saml Wett, James S
V inn biMir .e, W Wingrove, R
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Apr.l 15 S. R. ANDERSON, P. M
In this city, on the evening ol the 11th Inst., FAVNIE
DCNNIVGTO.V, infant daughter of J.J. aad Koweoa C
McDtnie!, aged 10 moaths and thirteen days.
fT" Co u.nbia p tpers will pleas ecpy.
M().EYT !! AIOaVBY ! ! !
HAVING th ent re business of Or B. W Hall lo my
htads f r cjl ection, ad p ;roos indebted lo him by
a cooLt or note may exue.t to s me In a f. w di, a lint
amount tne bim mu.t b paid, and I do Dot wb o pat
you to further cst spr 15 lw J. B. dlA.
I'UE continued in i e nenry of the weath r ha caused
me to i'o po my firit public rale, bereu.fore a ier
li ! to come oil in tdgeheid on U 16th iu.t., unul Til L'K.
l, the U ii 'lay uext. The Lo s I w sli esaminel ba
fore iheday f -aie, being rati-flrd tha: tha mor Hey ara
seen the mote they will giOW in public, favor.
A. V. . LIN CFL'T.
E. R. Glssjock, Auctionesr. aprll
ISriH "A7" IE UPIL J3
HILL BE RECEIVED BY
is a is
WEITIKO CLASSES U5TIL THE 20TK INST,
arris which so saw sltils whj. as bicutid.
Join Mr. D.'s
31 r. v. i jr Classes oetors me sum
av time - to finish tetr less. us.
li. lust., ill ha
Ladies an . Gentlemen, J9 . 1 are 1 vited to call un-
til the 2 'ih Inst.,) and I I I "I ia examine the rapid im
provemrn a ma s by Mr.D.'s pupils.
tV Strangers are referred to Mr. D.'s large circular, or
to nuinero a pupil who har been taught,
N B All p.pi who have not finu-hed their lesson, ar
reqaoaUd to do o without delay.
Nashville Female Academy.
ANW CHAPFL 50 by Tl feet; 83 rooms fir lbs
use of the I'oannrg 'amily; th present building
somewhat changed and il.oroofbly repaired and atl.ll possi
ble, I si' witn ttean : hot anil cold water aud baih roonsa
in all par's f the house; cooking snd washing arrangements
In the U-t midern styles, tl ohoie boas fornl-h'd anew;
0 d Mosicsl in-tru i em rep. .r I; a new Philusochi' al and
Chemical Apparatus const u' Uis material ioi.rormnts
already e mm nred, and which w II i b In complete ordf
by hi fir't Monoay of Seutemi er nest.
The "Cours of Hikdy' will bw rvlid; pmpsr arrange
ments in Trxl Boo s; additi nal TianLsra employed, stil'
omre efficient meaas deeissd toseevr for our boa'ders
maternal earc" bt em, toying mor teachers, devoted a
elnsively to the duiie.
These Improvement, tnr'hr with lh former sost of
bn'.l lings and vaiue of srour.d all in da I) use for oar p pila,
will rai th aaio iDt invested in in Aoday over two
ban'tred th usaod dollars.
Tsaas. The phc of Board aad Tuition h v at Been
changed In tha Acad ay or at least tetity ftv years.
In v ew of the inereaaed eostof hvta aod th sa ariva
havctogivato Trhr. aod bim, tb obvion-ly greater
a lv.o Jtaes seeurrd by the- Irrpmvraiaots, the fUoiog
wi I hercalter b the pi ices lor th Aaadsmie year ol forty
B'ard and Tuition lo ttie Preparatory Department, 12';
in the sc lemie, tii and Ilk), la tha C'lrgit-, $ .71
I uitio i to dty puiii.'a In'li Preparatory Daarlm'at, 9 W,
In h Jaoiur ieaurmic, t'J, Btuior Aradsiuai, 50, iu tb
ruuion toe ul-s Instraeti.Mi in all th stadles of aar
"Rfgular rour.-,- fenmai.h p, Pra- tics of Urawios, (oot
ia-truction by tbe Su ar teacben,) al Ltciura aad ia
bs o th i pVarat II in all D partroo(.
The eh.rge for fie sirs braocbe remain heretofore
B rd ini'lude all ihai ouhl lo b don fur Da gutcrs by
thrli rsrsot-, outtiJi of Hi itidisoe and u..racUoB of
Regular T. -a hers b eh Julie aliibs dibargvd by ladia
t o bar nutbtng rl ui on.
If wr adiD.t aor d stincttua b twsen or Tearhers, these
Ma ron a ll b ei:tel toexeel in ail itut eousUlutssUi
rtfined, pious and aawdsi wjiuaa. TmcO-o wuo a(w
have been t-xd during th. d.y in Ih rtcilanoa rooai, ai.d
to Lady ho ba chitfly b.d cb.rfu of Ibn doliarlme
S.' dou much for our PapU baratofure, bat 1 am p-
rut led mora still on b ooii. It Breda to ewr-pr.- f
"iiifl woe ol a nio br" la U inner etamor of 4
chiKl'a heart, lo a rsugs tl. itatenais, Kaliauc lb US -
ae.,and bai d on tea and aools w na.n oo " w s
opencth Iter mou J ith wiadona, ami ia ways toi-ga a
tb is" of kindae."
ia what oioct siiuol lo lh Coiled ltai caa Parent ., .
suenprovlnons lor m.trnai carnf Flee .is in I
ia f I nx ni and f ur in all oher, w ah w neei
rtu restie.suo, thiugbw lav iner.ad oar reuiua c
nar thai oa irniM.wid rd -es r family aodr oar r
hbiSS i.btr W !. not aa abla so rc v a lis.
. huosred a, p tcaot donog l pral yar, iBougb i
dieraxt w ouuld lak aa mora.
i a ntr lw ra- 1- iuismi Brovide foe.B th Boar
Ing dou sur lu inuiraaiiOf aad lmjx,r..at cuss
Parair B drs.
Ti- iMdis-u of ib I ath-rouaa. Is, la aor opinio, I
lUeil, wer.B tniocr C a f a Board.
la al alt U iwct ki io -r Latllltat patroas,
1 aia paravalod toty wiu is regard lb etaa olwar j.r
es aaaartaacoaon. Any w& a ay au J dvuo.ua 4bt st
jt, ar rihjuastad w s-ajnod tawir jBugaiaat natal to
caa im it loaaata ue lu . oro-r la wttua ar. jm i
.sv tl By 'a ar I Moo-Jay : neat ecptuBer.
ajctit wita ttt luu h uool 1 bav la prus,aji, I coaid aot
at lacara-o Vular U,-oa y prsaaut scksrraM.
1 ar4 id lb (so.eue per aa.aaas torn ka v BEsaaaa I
Sfraa bar, t aaiMaWd Mutwr wl to Baavd tra
swaaiua. tay prv t Sais swi aaoJd liaj ya, ar
Us u:aka ysaa- I Bv Beau aaao-4 u luw ta-
v aS ksT aispl r m lr aay Day-Papiia wbearw
Us.y aypty. VI aAtu iiww wuo iuk kd m pa.ruo a
tti Barasg iieaM, Ij iy ar ,,, wecaatwl aw uv
wtwl to la &wia mt a ssh Baa4 IA i--f CaMla
Cur Mo u. Uw praat CtrwoaaT uto USMiy Bwae
of lbs Ut ra.aa, aud w say M) aU ut ra-rwwa, aa
s Stm-t r-Mpa t.yia a. of al. B it. sar s.4 aad Tu
aw. To Wraaauau Ut iri4M to uacat ur rar
m iaa, ar yai lw aw eutu; ana wbea ai ailat www
dua, a-ad la aa a as ti eij 4 vaia Haws arwyaad, t
aaau sad fca-S asadd le do w art B4r ita.uu.
SxomoI tistpravewiaiala, Ba fuai.dra, SaC ,. Bdt
iay wta.irx eauavi.
ACeuar gxdig sb siaU.li al klHory f Ibo Aeadoasy
aui a or uo 4 wHa aud a. au r as Ut'OMloi
ts a l-S U iA iaiutc, td ba lut kt sUlw.a bj tAw
MI ai ,t iuSavwl adwa
AxtJ al C. 0. LLLIvT f .
Webster' Quarto I)icituaary,
Vaabiiiftl or sal by ail 8xu",!rs.
Lessee and Manager.
J. U. HASPKR.
AP TIL" U, 18-"T. fifth atirhl
eminent Tngeiin Mr. " ouldock, who will
on t:s oeeaion. ia ehaspr.-'s p'ay of MER HA NT
OF YENI "E. Shylocr, Mr. loui ioe urenur y to t
RHM.ra T.mrvt'irte ith thj excellent Comedy tniitled
LOVE S STRATAGEM.
inamos-Dress CfreTe and Parqwefe, 15a
Chil Iren und- r ten yers age, to lres iro'-, 5) cent.
Second Tier, WV- Colored Box, 50e. Coljred Gal ery, 25c;
Second Class, 5"c.
rar n. n.. ,. from 9 to 12 M . an-l 2 to 4 P. M..
where setts mar be secured by application W J. H. Harms
IW rtoor. ooew at T o'clock -Performance to eom-
asenro at a J to o clock.- . . ,.
It7 G. H. B kers great play of tne osihuiua,
aetire preparat oa.
AT Orr Ft L W- H tf TTI'SD T aid wru.hes
DT. Anril li h ai.i isth .n . Churles Bailer, the
renowned Magician, ftn South Ame.-iea, w ll perform aa
above, I it ndjcing Wondsrs in Nalu-al Mg;c, t hemi'try.
an-l Naturtl Phi.osoph-. Many of his fea's were seeer
be'ore neiformel by any SI tsieisn b it hlji-elf. Hi Mag
Cannon, g ork, Oreitiin of I isocts. Ae , e
mali bil a Dco-s rp -n at I o'clock perfoe nanca to eooi-
mence at TV. t ic i4 50 ct. children 25 eta.
TIKSTSto Od FjIIowv Ballon THURSDAY. 1STH
INiT;, can be proe-rcd at Loogburst A Co.' M-ve,
rn.oa -tree', only. aprli la
A Review of "Campbellism Examined," with aa Introduc
tion by Alex. Campbell, fethany, Ya.
Sermon of th Rev. C. II. pargeon, of London, Sacred
series with a Por.raiU
Sabbath Readings, Moral and Religious, by C. J Tuck,
Men remble the gn 's tn aothi-g so much as in doing good
to their fellow men t Kccro.
There is no nse ot mon y eqnal It that of beneQcenc'
here the enjoyment grows on redection Juvienaw
Rili's from the Fonatain of Life; or. Sermons to Children,
Just received by CHARLES W. SMITH.
UL.Ct.IVl.lJ THIN WAV
CHARLES W. SMITH.
My Last Cruise; or, Wher W Went and What W taw.
By A. W. Hsbersham, Lieut. C. S. Nary.
Ti c American Citisen His Rights aid Da les according
to ihe Spirit of the Constltotion. -
Adventure in Several Countries of the Interior of A Vi
es, fro n 1819 to 1S53
The Rcgem and RrroVers of ih Tanaha: A Tale of
Texas, by Chas. SummerBehL
Lite in lis Lower, Intermediate and Higher Form. By
PhilMps Henry .oe, P R.s.
Scampavias fromGibel Ta'ek to S'amhoul. By Harry
GrloiO,(l.l-ot W., C. 8. Navy.)
Icqi.r With o for Anv hirg Yoa Want to Know.
(nd Hann.th rawn-troker. Or, The Orphan's Lrga-y.
A Ta'e of w York.
Tl Hosb'nd In Ctah; 0', Sight and Scenes among the
Mormons, fy A. V. Ward.
The Hay-Pa'h: A taU of 5-w Fng and.
HAGAN & BE0.,
Book Sellen and Stationers,
So. 39 Market A .o. G Union St.,
.AZcrri: . suio.T
FRAN'K I.EsLIfd GSZEriE CF FASHIUtf for April,
forsa'tby aprl HAr.AN A BRO.
Harper for April.
HARPEIt'3 MAGAZINE for April, Jus-t reee'vedbe
mareh'2 HA i AN A BftO.
10 g'osa White Bonnet Boards, Just received by
IIAGAN A BRO.
50 rtms White Laid Kollo Post, ju t reeoived by
II VI AN A BRO.
Colored Cover Paper.
25 reams Colored Cover Paper; 23 ream) Go'd Envelop
Paper, just received bv
march 4 HAOAN A PRO.
5" reams superior Rated Congress Cap Papr'. store
and for sale by p archJ4 HAOsN A BRO
50 reams Owen A Hurlbat's Premium Letter fa; er, lust
rrealvedhy marci 4 HA AV A B t .
GENTLEMEN'S FINE SPRING CLOTHING
O . O ros s on. ,
NO 25 CEDAR ST BEET.
Adinining the Post ('flics, ba lust opened at his Model
Clothing llasaar, a new stock cf fi le
Sprin? nnil Summer Gooda
of thefin-st an1nets' s'leB' d greatest Tarlrty, which
h ofers to Ms f I nH. cd the trade genr:'y at the nw.
est price. CALL ANi tXAMlNK. apl4
H ATI SO so'd my Photogrwphle rnm. anparalqs. ma
terials, se., 'o Me rs. " j ,a.s Bbotbssb of tla ei'y,
with a Tiew to rei ' pe mtxmy at hm In Cam
ber and eountr, ltak g'it p.easar In re-ommendlng
tniussif 'o rv lhe are gentlemen of ski I and
rxpwrien-'cinth-lr profes Ion, and I trust ibey may rsee'vw
thit lull and liberal ihars of business which has ever
S ied noon me.
The Messr- Hughe bare nrard a corps of artist of
nperior abiiliies, and I hav oi krsitati n ia savlna I bat
they are fullv uual.nnd, in their aeral departrawnts. to
giv p-rfert sajwf-ibon lo all who my dir lb lined
fb l' g-sphs, s.thsr plain or laboia eii painted.
apris. j. w D'JUUr.
(.-cccaaoasy J v. dqi)
NO. 43 FUBU: tQJARS BASHVILLE.
IP Hot o grnplis,
Ei TH KK plain or colored fia-a th tn uln lo l.r It,
HIZ I'N CANVAS. Thi-tes Is.tur not hithsrto
atuai-ied in Tenness, our hriends can now hat ld l a
gu ro(ypa of d Mrl pr or eitef as la'ge as llf,
a H coor ilratural, by describing Ih compteaioo, ou
of th- hilr, stes rrrsi, A3.
1 public are re-t ec fn'ly Invited to call st th Oa'lr
and es speci r j, over II cks' China Halt, Publie iar,
asDvt.., una. aprlt.
A ND TSOlTRL8 M- TOENAlLa,h-wvr oa s'and
X. Ing, or bad, p Inlessl and permaneotlr cored In a
t minute, by l).. ICaLTOS, arveoo Pdlit to tbe Bov
al Fsmllv ol England, Francs and Po'tuga , wh :s bow ob
a profass onal lour ol ths Siu hera and Wes'rn Mute
of Am I- and.willTi.it Nasheill n or ab o ll Tuasdar,
the 14 h of this month; h n ail f rth' prtici'rs will b
seen in thl p , per, with tea. Imomab t th most aails'ae
torr des.-ripiiofi rrn-a ra toy of th nost diiiguishd meili
ctl sent'enea iu Pouth America.
N. B Ur. l Altos brin- afcnmptoad by his wi', I
wtshroi t obtain, with so n yery r-p. b! family, a a
pieaaaatand eaniral situation, a well turn i-lis-l par air aa I
leitn room, ollh board and attondaoc during I is stay.
Tim and further part calar lu iy b I I at the elle of
thi taper. apill m
First Spring Fair
' 1 E' rt by the Uavidsott County A--lcii!tiral and it
1 1 ehaoical eiorieiy. lo be held al th Ground of tbe
Mate ll'iresti. on the 7th, oth and vth of May. Family
Tlcsata J ad'nilti g whole btmilie to the ground daring th
lair, may be had at he nine or Robert I uas, B q , on Oa
eg rect. Aaw aitigl T.e.et for children, ladia aa J gea
TU0MA3 B. JOUNiON, T.-uurtr.
aprT dtWtd. U. B.
PITTS PATES TD 8M0ZE EXPELLI5Q HEAT
S1MPMCITY, Beatoes. utility, enmlort, aeOBomy and
duraOiil .y ar romi iod la this uil.. OVc-nrnt a aingl
plate of esi iron of pccu iar f wm, placed with Its low
er erg resting against ths bae of ths ftr Ba-, and th
J per re. ii on lur in i is of lb ateri, at aa angl forminc
part -I 'he bar Itself, witbuat interfering wilb lb hxl
Apperturps ar so arrancol la th grate as to es a
draft sul eisal to correct a amoay rhimaev, and th Inter
medial Bars are so maJs that tbi beat that woo d other
art - caos) bv Ibe ehiwoey. U arratd aal rficWid or
ibrowa Bwk into t'.s roam. a aitarattot ia ta ssaaow
ry of anv '.imary nr . .lac or ctimno U nerar;. It
caa t put u(. ta a la miuai by aay persvO uf sosamoa
I hat bii f. r'y ut I befr camprtcnl w ines, aad
pruv. 4 stsnrrof J
Thlrohr4 IS Kte of ths tf plae aad th Veealth
of tb a i al I'M re.i msidsurs; J it Ji i prea. Tb ol
ll bos alr.lt I
To Uihi if ih a Pa nl (oi m ef it br.t dales Is br
aa rspwleneed gsnlt a ll th PttOfie al Wash
lagiou tKakht lt. . istiituj a:j a Mi a ll wa
p. t:ii J
My a-iJrxssli Na hwia, Tens.
41 f 7. E. riTTi.
. Z5 De.iderick Street.
I'll g Badsrr it 4 lak p-aar I tnlarmi.ig tkay
tnixlal Utf pioue .araily tua I tbsy BavoUk
bars; ia SavUug Hots a OaaerMB tr-, M dawr
wm tmerr r, al ar w ; I sw rr a avaals at ai-Bsara-bi-u
aa I da, trwr aa as . M b at a I li sF"
wi.B ib wa tbsltaa bo:ala J i lb .
U, F. U ., marrieur
W. t. KcKoiLSr. A,au aiarihas.
T CtUI. l BET05li Coltf Sa.TIO.wlRT, Alarf
.A au of rssst Mat Orange. .
Laasoai, Coo t. eo I AlMMta, Bsfttta
Suili. rcBs, B.as-i HmtS "-r:s. A.
Sb-u to suit lb sows . rv W eae
Wboltiale aud KeUll
(.U OCA it CO'lJIM aLUCIUXT.
B0. 41 MOAeWAT, stAaaYUJ.1-
A ievr Southern Montblj:
A MONTHLY ORGAN OF LITERaTOSE A CRITICTSM,
Wiil be devoted to a true dl-ossion of a I topics properly
embraced ia ibe ends and ran ire of a Msjaii. e, and will ba
pobli hedinCHARLE-TON, 8. C. , on or before th first f
It la established and desijrnrd ta meet a commonly felt
want, and to give n'terenc and eirenta Ion to tbe opin
ions, doctrines and arguments of te educated mind ef
the Booth ep-ria Ir, and to romote in itsrpher aad
measnr. th p'nres of a soind A meriran Utsratar, free
from pary shack'es or in lividaal prrju-'lco.
Th Work will b supplied at Threw Dollars per ancnm,
or 23 eent hi nnmhers.
fy Pahscripikins r ceived by W. T. BERST A CO.,
Ageat for Rj-sell's MaiaiiDe." Wj,!,.
1ST April Nii-rbr jnt r-eeived. " apr$
Tomliloore's Life Complete
W T. Derry & Company
ITA TS JVST RECEIVED
MEMOIRS, JOURNAL AND CORRESPONDENCE
TH O M A S 31 0 OUE.
EDITED BY trRr JOHN RrSILL.
S vols, royal 9 vo., cloth.
Opiniort ef the Prtsg.
Who hsSDOl heard nf Tom Meore, theIHh Poet To
all who hawe ever read Ms popular MeVd es, this nw vork
will prove exceedingly interesting, eapeeisUy th aatobioc
ranhy of the Poet. froT h!s earliest re-ilWtiona o man
hood. We heartily reromirend Ir." y J". CovHrr.
"Thnmas Moor is the lat f 'h rreat poet that flour
ished In the begirnirg of the een'ore. a biogrspty, to
ab1 written irnt he erger'y loiyM tfitr. lrrohl
areg eal'y indebted tn th Mssr. Apple ton Wiethe eheao
sndderant manner ia which thev have issued it. A'. T,
" This work ha keen wieh Wk-d for wi h ioterest b
the admi-ers or the sweetest hsrd of iroders rlfrts. Th
new work hs not rfiaappoin'ed a. The-parklipg elvaHty
f Moore' letters wilt reeowmeod -bem wodels of stvl
to thos who 'ro at eminence In epistolary correspond
eoeo." A 'bony Rtyit,r. .
" Every one who has the least taste rVre'eeant Ilterstar'
will Bt one procure a copy of tn work." Charititon
" It seem to ns that Lord John Riett ha prepared
eery creditshlewerk Indeed. Pe evidently entered npoB
It eonamore. and has. w iMr k. pnrsred to th en with
delltv, enthusiasm and securacy." British Colovi.
" The work has two great attractions on on t uWect
tbe other ih d'tor. But one cannot look Into It without
eemlng that it an-wered the highest ezpeetatlors that
eonld be legttlmafe'y formed of t The work will.of coorse,
be a gem m the literature of the dav.w Albany Argt
Tat Is edited with ability, the na-w- name of Fngiand'S
great statesman is a giaraty."-.V. T. CA-rvhrnan.
'Moore's Life bv Rn-', o'snt- a strtking picture of
Kngli-h life, S'ich as came within tha nhaerr:'oa and as-
perince of the poet"- ,WVm OVriViu-s A itoeat.
" W rn the min itia, f ac- ti, et e -tera, f en f lh
mot Terafile, vo n-aous and mrlo leous bards who ever
an. His Inti-na.-.es with all th sa-insea nt th J.w
whether lh-y were poe's. artlts. or statesmen, and th
nslvele with which h honesltr rattlM .Koni
ihinginht own li'eranr lie,or his sneial either, ia which
latter we -an b it he mi-e-t a' M. bn vlrant pronenltles.
have in his style of narra'ing -hem much mor of a charm
lor us than we renersllv Ond in the piv.t III of men ef
gnlu, even where th etraln Is a' decorously drawn asid
as we find it here."- Sit rAiy Budget.
YV. T. H. A Cn. have also on alw
rar. OI.H FPITION Af MOORE'S LITS AND
01RREPOPFNCE,ln S vols 11 mo.. cloth
'rTI? nnder-isiM bavin a,e-eWel tt h estst of
I C M Mi. inn. Hec'l. is insolv-nt. and bavins- sua.
ge ted thcin ovet,cv of 'hs sa-ne all im-wix in h-rebe
no'tflel lo S'e the-r elairaj wilb tha Cl-rk of th Comtv
Coon of Taviilsnn emn'v, n f a"t' ent cated est or be'nrw
tne i-i ny of oa I. 1 37; an I all pe-nrs ini1rbte. to
'he estal a' .q i-sted io pay their account without de
lav. or ituy will be pi icej in lh hi d- of an nftWr fur ei
lecti. b w. I' . V 4N
marcl.81 llm Aminietror.
io. 12 College 8trcct.
I.IAKCII 31, I8.-7.
rT",Hg; nndertyne1 ha -eeeiv. d lo la : -as-L
Ladie' Triin iole K'd B.vt-. with heals; J
- fine " La-tmg Gaiters with hee fll
- m pin an I U-.t Halters; 1 wi.
" " " Kid an I Fu- Morocco Boou;
" Kid 3H,'i rs, plain and trlmrud.
" " ' - withheel;
Mi-es'aod Children's I atin Oa'ter:
KM and SYeni-ti Miroeco Boots;
Chi dren's Kifl Huckt- Tit-s and Sllp.r;
A few rtoten Men's tin sewed 0frd Ties;
Men's Calf Dress Shoes, low quarters
air JOHf RAMAOK.
T a meetins of th- Pi'eetors of tha Tennessee Marin
OtBce. a rtivi-lend f .Saa e ,-htira was declared
out of the proR' of he pt ix months One half to b
applied to the payment of tb sna a xnia ttul, th rs-
mainorr to the toe holders is cH.
ap I Imd. A. W BLTLEIt, Fecretary
Chancery Court fin w Itlaoii County.
NOTICE TO CEEDIT0SS
Catherine Brinkley, adtn'r. et a' vs. W. Vane t al.
' 1IF. creditors ol F!i Itrin- lev. dee'd. by order made in 'ha
I can at the November T m '(i a he eby noli fl
ed to ftlr theirc' ims acsinsl hee-tate of said deceased, wtb
tha ' lerk and ttlrr f this Court at office, or before tb
rt Mondayia May next. I. B. B IES. I'. A M.
INotire? to lailro;iI Contractors;
A LOT of Mule, '"arts and Harness, a U snd Chains.
Seven Stilt on's PaUnt Eie ival.it-, a very superior ma
chine, with ahit-h exc-vaiion ca be doue at ha f ibe n-aJ
coat. A large lot if new, n som partly worn Shovels, Ptcsa
and Mattocks. Irill, Bars, trilges. Masons Tola, Der
ricks and R k-inn , mith' Tool-, Ofllc Furniture. c A
fin la 'dl Mor r. a psir of matched hay farriasw Horses,
seven year old. Two su of Plated CarrNg I'arnes and
an e eranl Top Buggv for one or two ko-so. AU of which
will be o .1 cheap for caeh or a proved abort lime paper.
Early app i.-aM n to th - -ub-rriher at th Narbvil and
North- astern Railroad odire al the Nasbvlltaand t batta
n oga Depot, w ill ecure good burg tins.
aprS-d w K. CCLYtRHOCF,
M. ?INuES A CO.. hav openeil aa efflc. al 4o. Publi
Sonars. Nashville, for the sal of Ihrlr celebrated -w.
lngM hiaes. Tho w: o wish topu chas .-wtng Mact ine
whirb they e a depend uton may do so a th almv plac.
It is generallv dTitted by all who hav ward wing -chin,
b t Sinter's are super or to all other. They tub
uad on all fabrics. n-b as Mu.lin. Linen, kith,' lton. or
Ijeather, bv mere'y changing the Needle and Thread. They
will wor with spool o ton. -il, or Thread Ikes ma
chi" work faster; are more dtirahl and aim pie than any
oth-r. They are war-anted to ft what they ar represent
ed. Sinter's Mu hme l an sitsbli-hrd fact. Call aud it
ia operanon at 41, Publie -quars, Na hvil:
1. M. rIXtC A CO.
Being a practical Machinist, I am prepared to flx a I Ma
chine f ringer s that may (by avcident) get out of wder.
apr7. V F. FOT, Agent.
T1IK nder'god keeps a Boarding Housw oa Cedar
street, nest to ths Vorandab Hotel, wher hi ready.
at alt tines, lo aee ntiod it transient or pormanrnl
Hos iers at fair rates. It t .bt Is always provided wilb
tb best Ih market affords. I
Jan IT OtO. W. COLIMA.f
lanntt Warrants Located.
T n AI L leave for the North Wst .bout ib Il of May.
I Pernn havi- g Land Warraa.a whici tn wish eie ued
ill Snd th's a favorable oppirtunity . Having Ttsit I this
section at rsri-.u times witnla tti la-t aincvea tears, I
leel eoeS.lcnl of blng tbt mak i toe it' i thai will h
sail .factory to lhr- who wish to m . ke inelmeats. XT
eh s -yes all' t 10 pe eot. aa a-n-r' or itvest a til I
rfee io th b.in oawiu ty of Naabntl garaily.
For further iLformaLai, apply to
J. o. FtU7wrs.
Barelr? -tl No. 13 rherrv strft N .-bvjMe
rOr' U t OU "J !.; Vi loHowiag Sfit
BKkllS PI.Ar: itsaxg a Monitll t per huo.lrsd ,
low at 1 r' handr-.l, -io.on Cn at lper undrd.
Fay or1 . :li u at II per hai Ir L
AT ordar.l ft vli1 n at 1 1 -t M oa s lu-
dar an Aau'J t. pro npuy lo 1st
mare' Ui-l-ndA J ' WALKtg.
J doseo New York aswt Ale Pw r aa'
lD t9 el. laf IsVBBAlv.'.
April H, iV .
1 l7l UALF st-'XIU RAI-I'' 'ra-n aod wL
lUU l " W. BCHFEStK.
1. hU. BtAgJCT CilAJI CXDtB. B FtIbsb
rtkl 1,J buses WinORANOrAlaOowdrfdor
...it ..i.br jafc0B;.
Apm I. r. . tor
J. C. DAUUllX,
LC till Ell Hill .b.K A'tD BOARDS
f H4TI a hd a urf - rtaZ "4 ,WW"
I Fi- Fw.cg,C.ar SYbit rto, F h ar r.aa. Jotaia,
ftnataag Se,' C Ld P.a aad FopUr aaiagss.
lb Br't aji ant a sow saa-r. y . v .
Uav youf rdr. Ur prssajM stuniwn wiia
SB- V,. gar w rs. SB) - v
N .vfl! f oi'Tae4, Na lUB'Qwdway-
JTe. Alt Xaraei 8 Jsst. 0a 0or Ett ef ix'A,
lUPOKTlIJ, WANCFACTCaKiA AJltt WH0LX3AL1
- - PHALEHil-t
VnfUES, JEWELRY, CLTLESY,
Silver Vlalcd Wares
os yatjwrf .
FSESCH & ENGLISH TASCT GD0D3,
IVATCIW.ITEHIALS, TOOLS, tfc
ndartroater rA hs by Hd Jebura A Irwthwe kt
uai rsv,aivia MmvosbUm of Saiua.
it a Tadww.
I b CV ltt.lt ewtuag rtrx a- .., --a
rsa.tar aadtes. Flo Flows-IB. Ou eBinglw Jta
bVu saaa.M "o. 1 rvi'A-i'ogia A I oooatao ps
:." . . . T..vj . aa. aaauuiv of Lambar t fBingsM al