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V. HT. 5XIXH and IRA P. JOISTS, TiiUsn.
0!De W. 16, i i t t i Dnterlrk fltreot.
.... The Washington Star says that fifteen mod
els for the construction of steam revenue cutter,
ordered bj Congress ft-r in last session, for Nw
Tork, hire been received by the Secretary of the
Navy. As a whole, th-y are fully equal to any
thing of the kiod ever offered to Government on
either siJe of the Atlantic. A competent board of
officers are to decide opon the selection of the mod
el .... The Lifayette, (Ir.d) Courier says that a
farmer on the line of the Valley Road, near Delphi,
bid a valuable colt frightened to death a few days
luce, by the whittle of a locomotive. The colt
was over two years old, and one of the farmer's sons
was engaged in breaking biro to harness. ' While
lauding near fie track of the raiLoad, strain came
thundering along the engine gave a shrill and
long continued whiml , which eo frightened the an
imal that he plunged forward, and, after runuing
about fifty jards, fell dead.
.... The New Tork 7Wof the 17th inst.,sys
"a very interesting case was decided by Judge
Thompson, of the Marine Court, yett'rday. Kate
Reynolds, the actress, made a contract to play at
the Bowery Theatre with Murpfcy and Oowe.onthe
part of the proprietor. Brougham. She vi to re
ceive $30 a week and one-th rd of the receipts of a
benefit. After she bad played a week some trouble
arose, od Mies K. having with much difficulty re
covered her wardrobe, left and engaged at Laura
Keene's at f 20 per week. She now assigned her
claim to oue Locklow, who surd for the 80 (or the
week during which she played, the difference be
tween the f 20 now received and the 30 contracted
or, and the one-third receipts of a benefit. Judge
Thompson gave judgnseit for ilie plaii.tiff for $190
60 egtiriK the defendant, Brongham ; Murphy, the
other dtfendant, it appearing by the evidence iKing
merely an employee."
.... The Eaneville Journal of Saturday, reports
the f illowing exceedingly nielancholy incident: A
geo'leman aud l.dy arrived at the Pavilion Hotel on
Thursday evening with the coipje of a young man
who had id that day on board the steamer Em
press. Tfca d ceased was betrothed to the lady, and
with bT and his friend were going South ou the
Etnprecs. Ou ThursJay morning, while the dec -sued
was sitting with He l.dy ou deck, spptremly in
food health, bis head sank upou his boom, and
when the lady turned to address t.itn be was dead.
The party left the boat at Henderson, and were bear
Ing the young man's remains to hi borne in Mary
land. The lady' grief was heart-rending to witness
her brLbt anticipations for the future all bru-h-d
away by the strong arm of death. Verily, "we
know not what a day may bring forth."
.... The Watertburg (Conn.,) Journal says:
We lesrn that Rev. Mr. Smith, of Uaddam, in this
State, a regular Fremont blower, whose wife has
been only about three weeks under the sod, has
just "turned up" in connection with another man's
wife. The affair ba created conciderable eicite
ment in the neighborhood, the revereud gentleman
"acknowledging the corn," aud sloping to parts un
known. .... Albert Smith, the poet, is about to marry a
.... William McCaittr died in Muscatine, Iowaf
I n consequence of being bitten on the finger by a
man he was fighting with.
....The Washington "Slate" esys there was
lately a very windy day in that city, and pedestrian
made poor headway in the street. Ou PenriFyUs
Dia avenue, a lady's hoops were blown completely
over her head, and the assistance of a philanthropic
gentleman as found quite available in putting them
down. The movement against crinoliue has thus
been effectually started in Washington.
.... Lieut. M. F. Maury writes to the JiuralXev
Yorker an sccountof an experiment be made in the
cultivation of the sun flower as a means of prevent
ing "chills and fever." IJe had noticed that the
negroes at the South cultivate this plant round their
pig sties, under the idea that tin y "make it healthy '
lu fie neighborhood. He was a!o aware that belts
of trees around infected places were deemed to
have the effect of purifjing the atmosphere. The
locality of the Obs. Malory at Washington was one
at whi. b people were very su jett to fever and ague
very reason. Lst yesr Lieut M., had a belt,
bout 45 feet broad and 150 to 200 yards from the
build n-s, prepared and planted with the sun Dow
r, waich prew fiuely. The result was that none
of the people engnged on the premises were attack
ed wit!i "..bakes," although the disease waa univer
sally prevalent in the vicinity. This is said to have
been the first ytarof exemption since the Observa
'ory wa built. A repetition of the culture of the
plant for several year may settle something in re
gard to its sanitary influence.
.... The Oswego 7tW of the 8th, says: It is
gir.-n out that the Wellaod Canal will be open lor
vest-el on the 15th in-L, and at that time will pro
bably witness the departure of a large number of
schooners that are now nearly in readiness for a start
1 be ice is near If out of the Uke; none remaina that
. Deed ii U'rtere with navigation. All tin ports on
1-ke Ontario are pen. Tbe propeller Kentucky
which baa already made a trip to Toronto and re
turned, left this pert sgsiri last eveninp, tor the
suie lice, with school nr rchandiie. The
schooner A. A. Cornwall al-o I, ft yesterday for
Whitby, freighted witi plaster. Navigation ha
fairly commenced, and is not iikely to bo interrupt
.... It is tuted in the Lot.doa papers that at a
grand ball recently given by the Minister o'
Foreign Affairs in n norer. a game of chess was
played on a market fljorby human chessmen, dress
ed moat gorgeously, according to their sUtiot s.
....The Rev. Mr. Ktlljch'a pxp!e in Boston
oa vote I uiauimously that he is gooJ enough for
them. We have no doubt he is.
.... An E Rlish piper says that there never has
been an American nrnUter who watched the pro
ceeding, of parl,ru,nt with an ii.U r.st so engross,
ing as Mr. Dalle", and tben it goes on to give the
JollowL.g concerning Cu(Te, who rrprrsei.H II.yil .
There has been but o . drawback to bis kern ta
joyuient of the sir.fe of parties, and fiat is the ab
surd" punctuality with which the ambassador of
Hatti enters tne iSipUn.tis.'a gallery when the
venerable American minister ka there, or is expect
ed. Tbs Haitian is "God's image cut in ebony,"
and Mr. D JUs instinct to give him the widest pos
sible berth, aud the pleasure which oar ally of the
wooly tiair an J white teeth evidently takeaL making
the American Sensible that bere ia England at Waa1
thhy meet on terms of social equality, supplies no
lit Je amosement to the habitues o tbe bouse.
.... The Newark AJeertiter of the 16th aays:
Some week siooe an article was pulli-hed, tt.iiog
thai a ia tj a id daoght. r, toe family of one of oar
in at rcsp cube ciisins, were Strijusly iQ from
diriesM contracted while stopping at the National
Hotel at Washington, previous to the Preeid. ntl.i
iuauzaratlon. We regret to anoouncu that air Ro
bert Johi t m, tbe laJy referred to, died yesterday
from tbe mysterious p ii ma. 6uw wu just five
works ouflnrd to he bo J, during which the coo
tiLtiffjrts if mrdicaJ skill were UCied. They
w.te ow'y three d.ys at the National, alHe there
were siik for on;e hour, and also bad a skk itlbt
I a Baltimore. Nothing aerioas appre4 afurwards
In Mr Johnsoa'a rase until after t(iritig her ifsub
trr, who was sick, some tve weeks, when she was
bcr.f ukeo da tfi sj .hnsoa U DuW to a fir
saf tf recoery. Mr, Johnson bijattl was sck,
but U uoa as Well fO UoJer tbe tircutt.-tena.
FRIDAY, APEH 24, 1857.'
Kicking: (lie Dead.
The ridiculous inconsistency and insin
cerity of tbe democratic press in sneering
at the alleged weakness of the American
party, is well illustrated by their own
course. They liave all announced over and
over, both before and since November, that
the party was dead and buried, that its
obseqnie8 had been performed by a mere
handfulf of mourners, that its memory
would scarcely survive "beyond a' Wed
nesday," and that the rery few who still
claim for it a vitality, were either lunatics
or mischief-makers. This indeed, has taken
the place of all argument (if we may haz
ard an admission that the fustian and soph
istry and denunciation which has been used
ia worthy of being called argument) against
its support by the American people. This
was the great and ceaseless cry against
Fillmore, and we doubt not, it will hold a
conspicuous place in the approaching can
vass in Tennessee. If it can be successful
ly and thoroughly impressed upon the peo
ple that the black republicans hare deter
mined to sweep down upon us with all the
fury and destructiveness of a Vandal storm,
and that the American party is powerless
that our homes will be pillaged, and our
country made desolate; and that in the
democracy alone rests the power to resist
the barbarian legions of the North, their
highest ambition will be more than satis
fied. The "no chance" humbug has proved
itself powerful it is the beginning, middle
and end of their logic for their rhetoric
they resort to abuse and the slavery ex
citement. In this department their minds
are richly stored with images of bloodshed
and negro supremacy. Still they insist
that we are dead, and that we arc buried
so deep that "the hand of resurection
shall never reach us." The awkward exe
cutioner of the Union and American, prom
ised sometime since, that, inasmuch as
we still claimed tome life for the par
ty, he would "cut its hesid off again."
We presume he thitiks he has per
formed that work, though we are free to
confess we have had no experince of the
blow which wrought the deed. But in the
name of all charity, magnanimity, respect,
and common decency, why kick and spurn
and maltreat a dead carcass ? How often,
pray, is it necessary, according to your
ideas of mortality, to kill the object of your
hate? How many lives are necessary to
appease you? Do you famish, and are un
able to quench your thirst? Luckless Tan
talus 1 Have you no Iolaus to sear, with
burnincr iron, the wounds as the heads of
this Hydra are taken off? Most unfortu
nate Hercules !
Away with all this cant about weakness.
Under the most discouraging circumstances,
under every disadvantage, under the con
stant fires of two foes, equally bent upon
our destruction during the last Presiden
tial contest, we polled nearly a milium of
stout-hearted, full grown, national, native
American citizens. With the proud motto,
" God and our Country " erablazened upon
our banners, what is there honorable and
patriotic, we cannot perform 1 We are
6trong, and never stronger than tolay
strong in principle, strong in purpose.
Nothing save false issues or a national de
generacy can prevent the final triumph and
recognition of our principles. The cry of
weakness and no chance was raised about
the ears our Revolutionary heroes. We
reply as they replied : " Sir, I repeat, tee
are not weak F
Palmrnton on American Promptness.
The British Premier, in a speech made
after the recent elections in England, in
which he triumphed, took an opportunity of
complimenting the conduct of our naval of
ficers for their conduct in the collision with
the Chinese, and of holding it up to national
emulation as a spirited example. The follow
ing is an extract from his remarks. We
wish it could be said, with truth, that our
government is always as prompt, as were
our naval officers in the Chinese waters, to
protect the rights of American citizens:
We are often told to look to onr cousins in
the United States as models of conduct, and
there are some thinirs in which they might just
as well look to ns (a laogh); but if we beg .f
l tie advocates of the peace to address tliem
ceUes with "eyes rifjht" to the Uuitetl States,
pray what did their commander do in this
very ditli;uhy in Cmna in comparison with
onr officers civil and navaif Why, there a.
a boa: belonging to one of their hIi)s of war
tired at. Well, that was a great insult, but
ttiere might have been an excne made for it
thnt we were enpigod in thee liotiiiies witti
China, and it might have Wen stud that this
American was taken for an English boat. Ii
is trne that the officers in that ttt waved the
American flag, but the Chinese miht have
baid thai ii a well known strategy of war, and
you wave the American Aug to deceive u;
re believed it waa an English iioat, and, there
fore, fired ut it. Hut did the American com
mander, hke Sir Michael Seymour and Sir
John Ikring, demand an apologj-, aud de
mand that a similar thing should not occur
again? Not the least in the world, lie in
verted the nual cour-e which U said lu be
characteristic of energy a word and a blow
he put it tf'm a bio and a word (cheers
and laughter ) He began to knock down the
fort, aud af er destroying thatf rt he aetit to
the Comtni-frioner y that an insult had
been oflired to hi fl tg, and he liojfd for an
a"logy (cheer-), aud au a-surauce to the
ttToCl that it would unt liappej again (cheers);
and be gave tweuty-f ur hours tor this ajol
gy and explanatiou to be sent to him; but be
fore iheee twenty-four hours had expired the
blip which waa ly iDg near this fort saw some
thing or otlur going oo which the officers
shrewdly Imagined were for renewed defence,
if Dot lor renewed attack. Wei', this Ameri
can otlioer, without wailing or writing to the
United Stale to know what to do without
waiting orders from Washington he did uol
wait tvo for the twenty fur hoQi to expire,
hot he said, M.o, no, Mr. Chiaainan, this
won't do; yon are ihrvwijig np freh beueiie
and mitliuk in treh icnrs "and La commenced
) the demolition of ,tt , aud look powwsMou
of lhee guns bvUre the lime bad expired,
which be bad givu the Chinese Coiumisaiuu
ev in order to make Lis aoology aud txfln-
' .bl). (Cheers.)
! t2T 1 cornwpooJeal of lb i'mijn aW.iwer-
j K-ia, Speaking of a paragraph oriinatiug at lit ib
I S. Y, rt, in whk'b It waa iJ that our taeeti-
maU ciiueo, Mrs Tolk, Intended te sptnj it atxt
i iotr ia Washington, ;
i It h beea a matter tf surprise that, tf erea
, pf bImm.J deem such arucWs worthy of r-
' paiLcaUoe, that tbe coJ4 fcav iU! to rebuke
l or vxrtci tti paov liaors sf Kaw York. Taia
Ut story from the W bs been copied law to
f cur cy pipr aik.ta tbe teeUntiay. Mr.
Poik ha c uitai.ii to reil in WaS'.iaUM
Ciiy. Mie has tier r b -eo la Lofiiion, tor out of
the Vo'it d Stale. N hs ar t n iil of the
I but of Tuu aiae Ut death of t'rcs.deut
The Proposed Southern University
We republish below from the Union and
American an appropriate and wejl-consider-ed
article, touching the location of the pro
posed Southern University. The point sug
gested by oar contemporary possesses all
the advantages claimed for it, and more.
As a location for an Educational Institu
tion of the character proposed, too much
cannot be said in favor of it. We do not
know of any place which can begin to com
pare with it; and we are sure that, should
those who are charged with the authority
to make a selection dertermine upon "Ben
Lomovd," neither they nor any friend of
the Institution will have canse to complain
of either the excellence of the choice, or
the enlarged and liberal spirit of the peo
ple of McMinnville and Warren county:
The Proposed Southern tTnlTerkltf Its
Some weeks ago we laid before oar readers a gen
eral view of this great educational scheme, accom
panied by a few remarks of dearly approval. Si o
that time the sutject of the "Southern University"
has been attracting increased attention throughout
.the South and South West. It is a subject which
grow opon hp. the pun upon which it is proposed
to t e founded, is on a scale of such magnificence,
that all the liberal and .enlightened portion of our
Southern commonwealth, is waking up to a dm
sense of its v-ist importance. Tbe people know
that its stabliBhmrot somewhere in our region is
lookrd upon as a fixed fact are beginning to cast
about them, and consult upon the be.t location.
This is as it should be. As il ia intended to become
one of the permanent institutions of the South, one
whose great and good influences are to be acknowl
edged and f.lt long after the noble hearts of its
presi-ot projectors shall have crumbled ii.to dust, it
ia of the utmost importance that its location be
made according to the oi -taus of discretion and
sound judgment. No secliooal pre judices, no narrow-minded
views, should be al owed in tbe least
degree to actuate those who have been entrusted
with this important part of the work. They thoulJ
c6t fieir eyes over tne whole Sourbern section of
our Uuion, and taking a broad view of the entire
firll from whence' tbey are to draw the material
which is to establish and perpetuate this woik,
make their selection at a point which ill evince
no partiality to any one portion, but which will
show to the world their regard for the interrsts and
convenience of all. It ebould manifestly be placed '
at a point easy of access, and one ahio that is cen
tral, in order that the distance may be equalized
among the various Sutes. Tbe attention of our
community at present is especially turned to a point
in the vicinity of McVliiiuville, Tenn., as piobat.ly
combining in itself more real advantages than any
other place in (be State. Many and drcidt d es
cellenties are claimed for it, and from all the most
reliable souices ol information to which we have
bail access, we cannot doubt but that "11 that is
claimed is justly its due. McMiunville being ex
actly ct-ntrl to'iha Southern and Southweel rn
Sutes, bas the father advantage of bcimr, by r.i!
road, the m st easy of access 10 all. There, too,
any decree of tlcvation that m iy bedisir. d can ie
obtained; from the g ntle eminence to the lofty
Ban Lomond," a spot upon which Nature has be
stowed ber richeot and rarrat charm". We peak
by tbe card," when we assert thai this pjiut is un
surptesed. It is situated ia the midst of a tine ag
ricultural country, where tbe proiucts of the eartu
are both good aud cheap, and it is brought into ui
rect connection with Nashville, by radio , from
whence any desired supplies may be obtained in a
few hour-. Lis famed for its beautiful bceiurv,
its pure, invigorating sir, and us abundant supply
of the bed frvenloue wttr. In point of bealiu it
h s no suptiiur uo epidemic ev- r reaches it, and
parents tuay r st ateured that up u this score, al
lead, there is nothing to fear tor their children.
1 ne immense uble-tractot the niom.t.i i is covered
with a mtgniticcul lort si, containing all the faru-tius
of innoer n.cessary for bui ding, aud furnishing a
supply of firt-wood wuich appeals lo ne ptit'cctly
inexuausiible, with every tmng to recommend it, we
Uo not know o one solitary disadvantage connected
with this place.
Let ii not be supposed that in thus advooating
this location, we are actuated iu the slightest de
gree by any seifi.-h, or interested motive. Far be
it from us to stoop to such considerations, iu a
matter of such i.nportaut moment to the eutire
South. Il is true that we cannot but see, and it is
as well to candidly acknowledge, that it would be
greatly lo the interest of Nashville to hve t .is
University local, d on this side of the moui.tiin,
but we can freely say thai we are entirely uninflu
enced by aiiy motive exc.pt au earnest desire lor
the sliders and prosperity ol this Institution its. If,
wnen we sy thai JdcMiuovilj or iu viciuity is the
place ol all O'turs, wntjge combined auv .mattes of
Art and Nature, mutt, ot DeCessi'V, go far towards
produciuj; these grcalaud desiraule results. Union
"The States" is the title of a newspa
per just started at Washington, by Maj.
J. P. Heiss, formerly of this place. It is
an independent journal with democratic
sympathies. An honest journal of this
character, one which will dare to speak
the truth boldly and not become a mere
instrument of partisan recklessness, not to
say corruption, ought to be sustained at
the Capital. Democrats and all others
who admire a fearless and free spoken spirit,
ought to at least test the temper of "The
States." The first number, which is be
fore us, exhibits practiced ability. Its ed
itorials are to the poiut, open, candid, its
selections in gbod taste.
On Saturlay afternoon last, about four o'clock, we
were visited by one of the moat violent sioru s of
wind, rain and hail, we have ever witnessed. Im
mense damage has no doubt been done by it to the
growing wheat crop, aa wtll as to buildings, fences,
&c, iu the country. In tbe city the damxge has
been very great. Tbe new Second Baptist Churvh,
the Ci'y H.ll, the State Koad Depot, the Georgia
Road D' p l, tbe Washington 1111, Warehouse of
U. L. Wright, II ay den's Ball, and Sar.'i Co'
Lottery office, were each euiirely or partially uu
roof. d aud otherwise i jure !; two wills of A. M.
Wallace's War. house, the entire front of T. Doo
nau'a Warehouse, several chimneys, various awn
ings, signs and fe.ices were blow.i do en, and con
siderable injury done to a number of private dwell
iugs. The fonily of the Rav. Stmuel Anthony were
very much eipo-el to the storm, and the lives of
Mrs. A. and a a. rvant giil were imp ril 'd by fie
falling in of the gable end of his dtlhug, on Ma
rl tla street, some of the brick striking lUagirl
upon the beari, but causing no serious injury. Mrs.
A.' aud ber neiee were coufiued to their in-d with
the Measles, and after the storm had paitially aub
sided w.re r moved to Judge Howell's.
Judge 11 J den's famdy, oo tho same street, also
escaped tnoel miracdooslr. A (reach was made
into the roof of bis dwrl.tng, through whicn l.rge
quauti i sofbii .k aud mortar were precip Uted into
tne cbainoer of Air a. II , al no-t cornel lely cover
ing the bed occupied by tur and the crib iu wi.ioh
h. rinf.nl was lying, but without injury to either.
rontons of the r jof aud ralters of tbe new Bap
tist Cnurch were blown serosa ibeetreeiatfaitisl the
beautilul residence of ir. Kbea, demohshi .g tbe
brick w..ll i i Iroi.t of the bouae, breaking ol the
f.ncy brackets and otherwise li juri ig il.
The Church u seriously damaged the rear ga
blarod having been biowa In, foreleg tUe brick
through tue floor into the b.. menuWe aodei
suud iliat the iijuy to tui beautiful struciuie
(wuich wa not quite complete) caunot be shoit of
from fl.200 to (1,500.
Tne storm lasud about oo boar the wind be
tog from tbs South-West, aud tbe hai! alone vary
ing in sue from r id ball to iieou' eng. About
five o'clock, lb wind veertd touud to in Norib
West, wtien it greatly ubiJd, tiioujh the rain
couliuued to fall in torrents, during the greater pari
ot Saturday Ulghl, Ccompauted by frightful pal
of thouder and vivid flashr of UhUiiug.AUam
ti Ga.,) Amerv, Apnl 20.
A lieutenai t on board tbe ship Niger, In the Drl
lish Squjdron to tbe Chin SeJ, wiius: "Sever
al sttempt have been made to blow the Eicon iter
up by raft with bair! of powder, bet all uusuc
cesalut, as w have Intercepted the in floating down
with tne tide. Kct of them had about half a too
of powder la ttiem, and the infernal machines as I
may call them, were of tbe most Ingenious Cobtri
vaue. Two ra!t, will th pjwdsr la a itrge bar
rel coder each, wer faalenad wiiU a rt p about
forty f.ci long, and lh iop wa busyed ep by
bamboos. If they com acroe a ship' bo ih
rop eaiche, and ooe raft got s ea tsdi side, end
by SBais 4 om detoaautig proce, terts d
recti it oois io coi.laci wito m side o( iu sn.-p.
f Th Oiia. Si UtrJd coo aiu a report that
the Ur laiurd prcrUiu tow. r, it Ku.k o, was
dretroyed ia Novta.br, doriug a b wody niraer
of ine ft,loj or a .km I nfrnU troop by ih
iaaargenu, lo haJ (tlaaJ puafcioa id C cl j
13 TEE PEOPLE OF THE 8TH COXGEESSIOSAL
FatLow-Cmziss : Iain sgtio before yon a a
candidate for Congress. Having bat a few days
sgo withdrawn from that position, to the hope of
contributing to the harmonious nomination of s
candidate by the Americin party, I bg to offer a
word in exphnstion of my present position. Learn
ing, on my return from Washington, that the name."
of two of my mot esteemed and talected political
friends would be presented, with mine, before
the nominating Convention, which had already
been called st Clirksville, I resolved cheerfully
to sbide (be d cisioa of that body, and warmly
to support its nominee, whoever he might be.
When the delegates assembled on the 14th inst,
unfortunately it was discovered that an honest but
radical difference of opinion existed as to the proper
bases of representation in tbe Convention. Appre
hensive that an attempt to press a decision of tbe
questions which had arisen, might seriously jeopard
the harmony and nnity of the American party, we,
whose name- had been cmvased mutually agreed
to avert the possibility of such a rreult, by st once
wi hdrswing our names from before the nominating
Convention. We trusted that some other name,
commanding the hearty and united support of all
our political friend", would, by general concurrence,
be presented to the public, under such favorable
circumstances as to ensure undoubted success.
Accordingly, after our nimes had been formally
withdrawn, we bad the pleasure to witness the
bestowal of the nomination, as with one voice,
and accompanied with the mot heart-stirring en
thusiasm, upon that distinguished citizen of Mont
gomery, county Mj. Gcstivcs A. IIiNBT.of whose
honor as a man, brilliancy as an orator, and patriot
ism and sagacity as a statesman, Tennessee has had
so much reason to be justly proud. I am sure that
this nomination would have commanded the united
and enthusiastic support of our political frienis
and of none more heartily thin mys 'If and the
worthy and talented gentemen with whom I had
stood io honorable rivalry bi fore the Convention.
But, unfortunately, Maj. Henry, for satisfactory
reasons, which he hai aceined to the public, has
declined the nomination; and the American party
has again been left without a eandidate for Con
In asking for re-elect'on, I have not been un
mindful of the honor which has been don me of
rtpresentirg a district embricing many gentlemen
ho possess as much cluhn, to say the least, as I
do to the suffriges of the people. Proper respect
or the just sentiment of rotation in office, has caused
me to bet-hate to place my name agin before my
friends. But I have as cftm been reminded of'that
other j' St sentiment, thatoffifes are created for the
public good, and not for individual advantage, and
I have felt earnestly that there are meisures of leg
islation, both of a gneril charucter, and of great
local inter.-st to this ais'rict, wl.ich the experience
already acquired wiil enable me, more readily than
a new men ber, to secure the pissnge of at the
next Congress. I have at all times, in respe et to
nominations for office, d-f.rred i'nplii ity to the will
of a majority of my poliihal friends I i thi9 in
stance, a second appeal to a Convention would
inevitaUy be attended with the same dillkultieii, in
determining the prop r bi?U of representation, that
prevented on the 14th inst., a selection between the
then rival candidates for the nomination. It has
been a usage, general throushout the country,
when a representative in Congress has not forf ited
the confi fence or good opinion of his constituent,
for his ptrty to give him, if he desires it, the field
for at least one re-election, without content with
his own political fiends before a nominating Con
vention. That compliment never having been ac
corded to me, I do not complain I have no
right to complain but I confess it would be
gratifying to realize, that a district, and a party
which I have served with so much fil.lity,
bad determined not to withholl a compliment so
generally accorded elsewhere. It is not for me to
dwell upon memories of long and ardent services
with and for those who now compose the great body
of the American pirtjin this district; nor upon the
part I took two years ago in unfurling the Ameri
can standard in the South, and since, in defending
it at the Nilionl Cpifil. I know that bat a small
share of credit is due to my efforts, in carrying this
district at the last ehciion bv the largest Americin
majority given by any district in the State, when,
at the time the disWcts were laid off, it had a smal
ler Whig rnsjonty tlian any Whig district in the
State. Each of many powerful men contributed
largely to give me the honor of that majority ; to
whom I render lie-trt hit acknowledgment, and
hope to mike a more substantial return. I no
take position as a candidate for Congress, and uuder
the difficulties which beset a Convection notnira
tion, I do not see that I cm pursue any more pro-
per couse than frankly to announce it; trusting that
my political friends will, for this term, ynU me the
track as tbe sole American candidate.
For Ale m phis.
rpiIFeleinntn. S.Mai'Packet.Cn Y
a Or lunrsv llk. w.
ter, will leave for Hie above and a'l In
'rnnediale landing on Frt'DAT, the St"i In-t , at 13
o-cincK n. wor rreignt or pa-ape applv on bord nr to
a- A. L. DAVIS. D. 8. Ma i Packet OIBee.
tint kkkim; &, so.vs
p x a m s !
'piIE sobacriber having b-en appointed Sole Atect tor
I the aie of h- above celebrated Inn'rument for Nnh.
vile and Wkd'e Trnn. ttr, h. taken the room over C. W.
.-mith'a Honka ore. No. 41 CnMeee atreet. where he hu n.iw
open and for le, an aortmert of rh didrren pattaTa
of , snd 7 octavea, fome I e.o'ifullf carved in he tyU
of Ion. XIV. Purchaxere an I i he e tiifn g-nerally are
r.fpectrnily Invited to cull and iiitiii. 1 h ia fine t.-k of
Pian !, which, for beaut o flniali, full.irsa and power oi
tone aad el-tirity of touch, cannot bi aurpeacd br any
Pun04 mannfactiired e'ther n lh tnite.l f (atei or t urope.
t'verv Intirnnrnt warrantel nl i old at nianufecmrer'a
prices, add. nf en. t ol tranpporta ion on y.
L. Alt.Ll.OK, Pole Agent for Chickerinv k fn.
to Nashville and Mi.1 ile Trinree.
Sntrance to P.auo Room thro gh C W mith'a
Bjokiiore, 41 Cl rge-.t. apr2t 8nd.n-w
The Flux Annihilated.
EV. KV samiuer and fll ilmu anda of pe .pie die of Hat,
Chokra. byaenley, Ur ping fain-, and other Irrrvu
laritin ot the Bowrl. It can now be cJiaJ in every ca
tor li cenia, by the ue of
Tuckers Chulrra Syrup.
which ha. been te.ted br the be.t phy.lcin In the Sooth
and Hen, and by them prunuinced tne oiot tactual
remedy O' W in a e. It baa perfjr-ned more astoui.hlng
eurr than aof other .prone A human lf can be aa.ed
la nin.c.,. oat of ten by aa in.ealuivot of Ii ceola. Buy
a bottle and keep it by )oa
for.ee by KiKNaN a RAINS and T. WHX", D'og
gi.-e. apr4 em
TAQGARTV UtRMoSAr iWrmM br ChaHet !a on
Taggart, late Colleague Pa.tor ol the I'ni'.arian Cho-ch ia
Cnr etjn, . C. With a Memoir. By Jjhn II. H.yeood.
Ooe vol , 13tio. Price 1 1
BOROEd KOTta. The Border Raver. A new Hovel,
by Cmtacraoa Uraaetl. Two vol.., pter,fl.
VIVU. Vivia; Or, The fecret of Power. A pew R.
nsance, by Mn. Booth eonh. Twe vol ... paper. Price, tl.
Far sale by HAGAN k PRO.,
aprJ4 Market t.
I R O PJ DEPOT".
KO, 44 COLLS viK AND 41 AND 43 MARKFT BTRETT,
HA YR new ia etore aad offer (or aaia, low lor caih, or to
praaipl dealers ea time-
40 too Teaeeeeee Charooal ReSned Iroo,
ITS So Beet Hraad etiuburg do
SO ae 4e Uammarod de
SO kegi Beet Brand Nails aad PpUea.
AX t IA AX D S Fit 1 M CS.
8J3 aetta WagM aakM,allaiaea.
ltu axu Baggt Axlce, da.
143 pairs lpruiga, oo.
Ill boito CoiUoj. Uaato, A Upplneott's Axes.
toaa Cast. Bhear, B. B, aad A. B. 8 Wei,
19 tell. Steel Tire.
41 eeua Manilla Repa, aa viaee.
CATIG AXO Wil.01 IIOXC9.
T) tooe veil aworW CMiiara
tot aetta Wagoa awaea, a4 aaa.
MIUVULV A.1U .PADCt,
TS daaea Asms k tewtaad'k Fewveie aad Spadea
irnAW.ClTTLMI AUD COtiX'SIlEL
LEKH. 4 Bee-1 aad I Pw.w Catura Saclord'a.
S I eaj t Coiffc-oaeltara.
w v ev"1-
D 11 li.. fc.i.
. V-iWf. a rec
Snu&Ei) UUSO kaaaaosasllwuty
Lessee and Manager.
FIRST NIGHT of rulwer'a beantifal play entitled Tbs
LiiT or I vohs; Or, Love and Pride.
FRIDAY EVKMNiK APRIL S4 h, w.ll tx prformxi THE
LADlf OP LYONS. The evening entertainment will cti
elude witn the laughable fare called SKETCH tj IN I
DI. Box Office open from 9 to 13 M , an4 i to 4 P. M.
where peats may be secured by application) J. ii. Harpbb
SWAN & CO.'S L0TTEBE1S!
CAPITA I. IMilZi: i-ioU.OOO!!
Ticli. ets Only 310!
Owing to the great favor with whie1! oar 81ngle Number
Lotteriei have been rC'eivei br the pnolie. aad the larg
demand for Ticket., the. Managers, 8 rvii A CO., will
hare a drawing ea- h 8 wtarday throughout the year. The
following Scheme will be drawn in each of their Lotteries
To be drawn In tbe City of Atlanta, Georgia.in public, on
SATfHUAV, 7IAV Sad, 1SS7.
e CLASS 35,
To be drawn in the City of Atlanta, Georgia, Id public, oo
SATl'RDAV, JT1AY 9 ill, 1857.
To be drawn in the City 'l Atlanta, Oeorgia, in public, on
SATlltDAY, ."Mi 16th, 1837.
To be drawn In the City of Atlanta, Georgia, in public, on
SATURDAY. MAY 23rd, 1837.
CLASS 38, '
To be drawn in the City of AtlanW, Georgia, in public, on
SATURDAY, MAY 30th, J857, on the Plan ot
MORE THAW 05E PRIZE TO EVFTRY 10 TICKETS
IW A G I V I V I : ft T "S C 1 1 E in E !
TO BB DRAWN
EACH SATTTRDAT IH MAY.
1 Prixe of. SSO 000 ia fM.OfO
1 " " ytl.lnH) ia 20,0"0
1 " 10.000 ia 10,0i 0
1 " 10,000 ia 10,miti
1 " " 5.IM 0 ia &,nm
1 " " o.otio is ftm r
1 M S,W is 9 Oiio
1 " w S50ia S5O0
1 ' rH) i 9..V0
1 " S..VH) i 2 5im
1 " 8 MO i 8,500
1 " " 3.500 is S.vio
1 " 2.MHI ia. SRiiO
1 " " l.lHK) ia 1,hh)
1 " " l,M)0 la l,'iM
1 " " l.tK'O L 1,100
1 " " 1,'tHi ia l,iiOI.
1 " "... 1.000 ia 1.000
100 priiea" 100 are lo,"M!
100 " " 60 are 6,000
4 prirea of 225 Apxm'g tofSO.OOO prixeare tO
4 160 " Su.lWO ' " 64
8 " SO M 10,'Xlt) " 640
13 " t0 " S.miO " " frll
24 8rt " 8,H " M Tit'
?H " 1,(j0 " Mt
8,000 " 20 are 6.iM'
3290pr!tesamountingto $201 OHO
Whole Tickets, $10; Halves $5; Quarters S2.90
PLAN OK TUB LOTTERY.
The Number, from 1 to H0.000, enrrexconding with those
Narnb. r. on the Tic vet. printed on separate lip. ot paper,
are encircled wi'h small tin tube, and placed in one Wheel
The flrt219 I'riit s, glmilai ly uriited and encircled, are
plaeed in another Mhevl.
The whels are en rvo!reit, ml number is drawn
from the Wheel of NnmNfrs, and a the ja time a prixt
is drawn Iron the other wheel. The Number and Prixe
drawn out are opened and exhibited to the audience, and
registered by the Commiitioner.; the Prixe being uiared
anainat the Nu-nlier drawn. This operation is repeated
until all the prixe. are drawn out.
The two prc-ding and two .uccee ting Numbers to those
drawing te firt H Prix", will be entitled to the 72 Ar.prox
imation nr.es. aecornf og to the scheme.
The 3,000 Prix hofftZO will bedet-rmined hv the
lat figure of the Number tt.at draw, the .Nl,.MMl Priie.
For example, if the Number drawing the ISi'iKHi Priieend.
with No. 1, then all th- Tickets wh.-re the number ends in
1 will he entitle t to ti'l. I the Number ends with No 2
then all the Tickets wt.ere the Number ends with 2 will bi
entitled to frit', and so on to 0.
C. rtificateii ot Packages will be sold at the following ratea,
hi.-h is the risk:
Certificate ol Package of 10 Whole Tickets t0
1" Half " 40
" " 10 gnarter" 2n
" " . 10 Kiirt.tri 10
IN ORfKRINO TICKrTS
Enclose the money to our address for the tickets ordered,
on receipt of which they will be forwarded by first mail.
rurcha-terscan have tickets ending in any figure they may
The list of drawn numbers and prixes will be aent to pur
chasers immediately after the drawing.
tr-Purchaser, will please write their signatures plain
and give their post other, count, and Mate.
(ey Remember thalevery Prixe is 'rawo.aad payablein
full withnnt deduction.
Er-All Prixes of 11,000 and under, pnld immediately afte
the drawing other prixes at the oual time of thirty days.
All communications strictly confidential.
Prise Tickets cashed or renewed in other Tickets at Bitter
Address Orders for Tickets or Certificates to
S. HW A CO , Atlanfa.Ga ,
P. fWAN A ro siontgomery, Ala ,
or, Z. STt.MSTlEn, Agent,
apr24 ltox No. 8. Nashville P. O.
t VT A list o' the nnmbers that are drawn from the wheel,
with the uMinunt of the p ize th:it each on is entitioi to, will
be pulih-h d sfter ever, drawing, in the tollnwiug papers:
N- w Orleans Delia, Mobile Kcgi-Her, ' harleton Standard,
Nashville Has. tte, Atlanta Intellig riccr, New York Wet kly
llay Book, and Savannah Morn rig New..
ELASTIC FIRE & WATER PROOF
THK undersign-d are prepared to intro.'uce Into ne In
Tennessee W. E. C'tlll.D.S A n...1 PTf NT ELA!
TIC FlRa AND WATKK.PKOtlK tEMENT RO KlV'.and
ask the attention of Arclitects, h' lHlers, Railioad Com
p .n es, and the public to t limine its superiority over other
ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS sheuid not fail to
examine this Ko. ling, a- it is beilei and che iprr than any
thing in u-e. The mileiial forma a hard and smooih sur
face that will rts'et the action of f t atmosphere in e'ery
ruinate H i- impervious to water, cast c. and flexible.
It contracts and eioaD'a wi h the charges of tea uioa
phere, and wnl n-liner evaporate, crack nor rot; and, as to
it "urahili y, there is no q iestion.
Il i. practically imprnshtble, and. will per f-c fully -rsist
anyordii-ary ei.rtntl x.vo.ure lo fire, as is .biodantly
proved, and we will warrant It w.ter-proof We will en
gage lo pot our Roofing on over ordinary good ; hrathing,
old shingles, tar .nd gravel, tin, sine, c peer, or iron roof.
it making no d.ffTeDCe hw st- ep r II it .hey may be
for seven d .'lars per one hon. red square feet; It bring far
cheaper than anv Root of the old suie, and we are lure it
will yive better satisf -ction.
It will!so be f mud to be the best trine ever 'nventel to
cove or mend old Ir.k,- tin, taranl gravel rrxf., oi around
ctiimtievs, scuttles, dorinar window., and gutters, here the
tin is ru t d through. This Cement can he put on to last
aa long as stone, and fom a perfect adt eon to anv ob
ject to which It is apphtd. Tin Roots can be pa nted over
(and warraLted no' to lek) at two d liars and fiity cent.
p--r hoodred squsre feet, which is cheaper and mu h bet
ter than paint. Thia Hoofing will be found lo be the best
thing f.r cover ng iar re Roots where the. are.xnosedto
fire such aa 8 ram Mills, eaw Mi Is, rsctories, K .uroad
Car., bndje. Dtp its. Mation Houses, gtea-ni o it Dec.a,
and, in fact ev. r kind ol Roof where there ia an external
e-po-ure from fire. As thK.ofta p r ect, wuhuat a Join',
in it, it presto, n" c'ance K.rfire'oconimacicate, and any
light sub unci will burn out without igniting.
t -er- iruur.rc. Odicee at Cincinnati, and other p'ac-e
where Child. A Co.'s feeoeot has been used, in.ure Build
ings with h'oofa oov-red 'Hh this Cement, at the aame
rte as foe those cj.i re I with Iron, Cooper or Tin.
t& The res ent ili be turi.ihed to Uiom al a dutance
I n di ec ton. lor t.ing.
IW urders rent o the nndenigned, through tbe Post
otlice, vili be promptly at'.euded to
A. O. KAN FORD, Nashville,
At Macev A Itaniltou'- ilardwaie -tore.
Or CAN -OKI) a RUcsfk..L, M9nir"-
TEf-TIMOMAUl AND REFKRENCE.
Crrica BrcaxTa t-rt iMca.scs foMPisr, I
t INC lTI, lire. IS,
To ail wnm it aif C ncasa. Tin. Is t-) certi'y that I
have examii.e.l a.Mcim-cs at ! K-st-fs of vg. E. Chit Co 'a
Eles ic Fire and Uaier-r'rO' f t eraent Ruofirs;, and be
ileve il to le t nam nt y srp -rioe to aoy other k.nd of Roof,
iiiglnuse. Iwaaaneje t-ie . of a seve trijl of one r.f
l.e.e lioof. from a Urge volume of 11 tine Iron au a 'joining
but dig. wh rh s'rwk d.rectl i t.pon tl-e ronfaedcorn.ee
for i.esr'y h.:f n hojr. It a'ooi the ira beyond all ex
pectaiion, and th-buil.Kng, T. M H AiK LL,
i r. iiteot Bjc.eie 8la e Inxirauuiuo.
CiKCisxin to.acv Rutal Ivscbascs (Yarisv, I
Itlrurf, 4, is .7. )
I h.ve examined W. E Ch !d A to.'. ' i U.tic F ri and
Walte-P'ool Cement Rnofinp." and as tar as I can Judate,
eoi.ider it a grtat InveD'.ion, and am wil'ipg to lu-ur.
b. iid rigs thu. protected upon the Mne lermi. as I insure
thuae covered by me'al. JNO. ft. LAW,
As.iit KojaJ !a. Co , London and LiverpoU.
Frosa J. B. E.na.tt General Agent of JE.sa Ins Co. kit tbe
(southern and v rsiern ! te.
Cisetaaiii. Jan. 7, 18'T
n.vtrg aia.'e eonrl lerat.ie Inquiry a, ,o the merit, id the
"Patent . I. .tie emeut oofiLg," introduced inlnlbi.ciiy (
bv Child. A Co , I find it to le b. gl.lv reto ..mended in th a '
ci y by many ee d . ot Ja.tgt s; tLt it i. meet tug lih very j
ready and g-nerai iuind jet on. ib.t its .upeit'iriiy over
me tar coap..t oa kotaug ia d.eidvd arid breely adu kied. ;
and finally, 1 xi eel to adst it fr my next ro, which will ,
oe n:Xt .uoisnrr ha.lng tmrmled to uiw tie, but will try
the virtue, el ihe "Faknt klau Jioaflrg a a ssibet'tutev
(oui.,iruly, J. B. tMrr. j
dmcaovrws ria.h.a aso Pint a Baruixao. i
Cliild. a Co.'s Patent L'.meoi R.fiig ta now iwed keee ;
eauwr beat euas of boil tings. We arecuveriugoar Freight
Cart with Ii, and our Master M chaste roor. very fvur- 1
ab.a to tk It. L bOMMtDlaf, Pre.
Omci o rata Olio axo MoutMun Ratxaoaa Co., I
Cixsua.Ti.Jaa J.ls'I. f
Dsua f?ia.- In answer to your L e, s ,ry , ia re eiece. to
ear opiowo agio tbe practical ua ef your Roof ia tbeeuv.r.
ing of car, we nay aay (Lai tro eor ebeevvauoa, neea
tcrtaia a very favoi.ti.e eee. aa BkCb aa, that we luvod
testing It ttionohl oa no's ut bad ogc, e. a. Sc.; after
.Ut we will With picaMire g ve yo vu d- iJad -p a-co as
to iu auLtj. kwwr., tritiy, k. LtPi MCvirr,
euppty Agvat Otua lkial.1
tf Since the above a., wr.itro, tbe Uhie abd stilts,
ap i kUllroad kv. eon reeled br cvv.r.af u e.r ear, dw
pvta aad bruige-beievca CioHaU and . in.eni.es "
thu Cement, iooiJer 6g It lie ma aiuca Uwy Save wd
tut tbe purpoM.
B. C Loan, Free. Ind. aad Co. Isllread .
a. Gwvr.Prea. W:K,n ea aoj Zaxsavhte RaJlrwad.
A.M. tt.tus. Five Mcf baota' A M uufactarvrs Ia. C.
Jts.il Carta, Ag.at fur JB oa assi eOter taiird Csa.
U T Mo.Tua, r-.ea. Ceawl tUMranee Coatpaay.
Oao 4 aa Ka, Preauienl Lif..-i. Btaa
'ii..' twin, D.U xtanufr, N. u ta Second ai
a.K I A Vua ibd , Ne ii l-iri at.
Sxaa a.aav, bra th at . bwiwna FutrtA aad FXa.
J. iiaeaa, ratoraad Uraper, FiMlUu.
Ntuas a.wucB, Iron twtadry. , .
Ji SaiLU-ro a o ,tTV Cada Issalawa, Pwesria U.
XrtLiu a K.aaaiaaa. a, stum-ure Haauaarers aad
!m n, F.-cr-.a t.
W. Jt. fr.wt.T, ba Wer. SIS tUm
Mzm wrre.a a Sitianu, Luaa.itw.
W. a Hciiatxsnjw A U.,UitHaTiu. .
prsi UaUaadA W
CHT.rSE.-iJ OJ.eS W. JL CbM, a n -M srti, ii,
tfcy i. f. iC-afidruiS,
fcl Ca 6rs4v.
1T4 a. vn tta mjfn r.XS.
""" On the Mn Mt. Tnnnlka. West Kaah-
ville, open every S.aday and Monday.
Pr4 . CH ARLK3 MTLLRR CO.
SODA FOUNTAIN, AT
No. 48. on Cherrv . i. .11 ...A for
th. fnaer, U supply the thirai. with delic oo.bevemge,
ap' ; ll"AKlm MI' R A CO.
rf RAGS. I will pay 31 cents
S-ii Cah for good Cotton and Linen Keg. 'e
h.eredatmy Rag Store on the Northeast corner of the
Square. Woolen and dilk Rags are not wan'ed
lecV5 W. g. WHITFMAN.
TO PRINTERS. We have
. .J4.n., ilnv.l Pr... . .
n perfect order, which we will aell at a barrain.
dec29 tf SMITH, CAMP A CO.
Public Sale of Impwtrd IroUin
'I'UK following a'.iroaln. imtmrted bv "The Trnneet
A ive stock Compan , will b- aold f r rah a phiic
ancMon on the fair grounds on at urday, April 23, 13i7.it
11 A M.
It. IrlElItltlO ?1 rsSEOElt A b..a
ti nl bio.n bore, ltH hands high, a good bweder. 15 year,
o'd. He was sirt-d bv Membrioo Pavmaa'er. gr. .ire old
Men brinn. gr., ir. .ire t) e irr ported Me-fenger. 1 he dam
of Hetub iuo Mevenger waby tren. Van Kentaler'a Gray
Messenger, lie is oa amolg the purest le.-soger bows
Jiud. THE fATOV HOIIsr, A eorrel, wi'h
a white strip in the face, IT hands hh, a roperior beed. r
of roadsters, a re of The Gray r trunier," and nany
other good xniiz&Ia. le is IS earsold,ard no horse is
a ore p. p ,lr a. a j rodocer of fast troitera. He ia Mesaen
ger both bv sire and dm.
3rd. ft At t.4'1 f K, A rich brown with white
face, S years old, 16X ba-d. h h, by Vermont Black
Hawk," dam a Membin o mare, tie took the first prise at
the Connecticut 8 a a Fai', at New Haven, in 14.'$, and
mate a mi eon a I af mile e ore before the committee in
1:,"7. He baa prove i himoeif a rood b-ed-r.
4 Hi. ol ft ii silCI.K-v !IH TAI, A
e.pital 'ay. 14 I an.', high, weight 9i3 lb-, by old "Green
Mountain," r ire tiiffi.ra gr., gr ire, the Woodb ry or
Burt an Ii Morgan, gr gr gr. sire, tie oriical or Ju I o
Morgan ho se dan by Morgan Talio, or Maker horv.he
by Moodbury, an I he bv ti e origir.al Mor au horse. T .l.o
dreihe first prxeatihe ew York M e Pair Albany,
and old Oreea Muauiain ba- taken ever) p ut; lor wh en I e
haa been ihon frcm Mootpclier, Vetnu.ac, to Loaiaville,
Voang Green Morntsin, look the first prixe at Wood
stock in Windsor county, Vi room, in 13." 4, and a ade the
mile in the p'eseuce of ti.e Juukb.", on aebort Fair brcuuj
. Courae,in x-Jti .
TIP-TOP GLEE BOOK,
T1IK CHRHHA" MIN3TRFL,
THE SOCTHERM HARMONT,
TUK NATIONAL PXALHIST,
TUE PRFfrBYTr RIAN PPAI MOniST,
TIIS KW CAKMINA SACRA.
By thedoaen or single ccpy. For sale bv
api21 M CHARLES W. PM1TII.
A Review of "Canipbellism Examined," with an Introduce
tion by Alex Campbell, 1 ethauy, Va.
Sermons of the Rev. C. II. Spurgeon, of London, Sacred
series with a Pur rait.
S.ibbath Readings, Moral and Religious, by U. J. Tuck,
Men resemble the go-'s in nothi-g so much as in doing good
to their fellow men Cicero.
There is no use of mon y equal to that of beneficence;
here the enjoyment g ows on retlection J.icciaa
Rili's from the Fouatain of Life; or, S, rmons to Children,
Just received by CHARLES W. SMITU.
1 April 12.
"GET THE B 1ST."
Webster'a Quarto Diet ionar y,
TJsabiirlged For sale by all Booksellers.
' CORNS AND BUNIONS.
T. II. DM L T 0 X, JI. I).,
LATE SURGKOX V ED I ST
' TO the Roval Fami iM of England. F'a-.ce and P rtugt,
L from Keirenl .treet l.ond. n, and P. oe dx I od.'e, l:e of
M r, begs t make k nnwn, I hat h. viog r. cenliy arriv. d in
"sew Orlean, 0n a pn fe sin. al and p ea ur tour of this
' re t new omit-Ainerics he s preser-i, on a visit ol a
'ev days onlv, to N APllVILt.k.', during wh eh time h- may
be c r-u''rd hj tho e i til rte ' with Cl-N3 ei:her hard or
oft; Pinhins cu. y. d or o hrrwie troubl. some K'f-N Aliji;
all i f whic,. however long stundirg or ha t, he guaraiteea
to cure r Fl'ECI CAI LY and PERMANENTLY, in ihe sho I
'. spare of a frw minutes, without the afoiiTX;- rsli ua -'
cosvkm sea, either nurin 'hi Ir removal ur af erward, and
apoti irrm. . -ir e'ly rea oti ib'e as lo place his service,
with n the rench of all who req lire them
Iir. 1' Alton, c. n u tmg-room is No. 32, St Oh u l Hotel,
Past. vi I-, private en ranee text d wir t i tne eigfi: ol the h v
tel i lTn'e do-r, between ii and the I a. tes' Entrance, and haa
no c mi.exinn ha ever ith the more pub ie p rts of th;
Hotel. Con.Miltiit'on he uts from In o'clocv, A. M., till 1 o'
clock, P. M , an I from 'i ml 5 P. M. dail , during his very
limi ed tny.
Or D'AHon does no' visit onder ary circurrs.acce, and
will be Very articu ar to the above hour..
ran jobn r. WAix.cs. n. D., axuruia.
I)r. D'Alton has etn ct d t-ncorn front my feet, with
p if ct ease ard great Mill. His kr.owled;e. Chemical y,
rhysn.io.'n al y and An itom ca.lv , i. uieii ; ar.d 1 Have
no heitati. n in recorciurnUmg him t all w; o require bis
Memphis, April 3, 1S5T. JC II P. WALLACE.
' raoM s. a vitoa.a, u. d , aimrnia.
Dr. B' A Hon la. ex! rafted evera c rn. oi longstanding
and pleat Inconvenience from theteet ol mvae.l aud ife,iu
a mo-t wt. ill la 1. pi' l and maaierly manner.
Memphis, Apri. 0, 13.7. li. R. THOMAS.
mn. JIM Id YOl'NO, M D , MSMPBIS.
Dr. D'Alton 1 as extracted a number tf Very troublesome
,. corns, T om the feet of a n.ea ber ot my 'ami y.io a v. r. .a
ut r or, cientifl c and painlea mn er. I h. e no hesita'ioo
in pro: our cing him eifectl, n.aster of hi. pro esaioo aod
likewise a ta entt d u-genn.
' Memphis, April g, 1 7. JAM 1 8 YOUNG.
Dr. D'AI'on hss Pkewlse received numerous other testi
monials in Mi m(ihis, dom genu, mm ol ihe b'ghest repec
. lability, t eluding E. M. Y rger, Esq., Attorney, c; F. O.
Koche, t.q ., Kanker, and man. oihe.a.
He has litewi. e rtrcelvrd .imllar testimonials from John
. 0. I rig-. M I'., L P. I l.ckliLin, M 1 , . . M. liiaikburn, M.
. I) , lion. fc. Turner. Jui'ge, M Jor H Ch.iiard, U. aahlon,
' t q , O Metca.f. Mieriff, I. M. Martha I, tsq , Joi n P.
W. .worth, Esq., Ucnrj b Kidai:, Esq , C. Sjrget, sq.,and
others of Natcurx.
Likewise Ir m ."amuel A. Cartw iht, M. D. eoosidered to
be one of tt.e ni. st emu e"t hy eian. in tl e Sou h. Ut m J
L Crawi-our.M. 1. Pr feneorofih mntr , troro c. Beard, M
U. Protestor of Aoa'omy and Ocuii-i; ami "I tier equally wed
known prufesMoual sen Icnen of hih standing lo .sfeW OS
lE iNi, b c i, w.th ihousanil. from pii scans, surgeon.,
the nobility, cleigy and gen ry of alicle in .urope, may
ne srn on api.iicolion daring consultation hours.
, Apnl HI- if.
HATINQ no'd my Photogr.phie room., arparatua, ma
terials, ic, to Me.ir.. IIch.s li aura at a of li.ia city,
. with a view to red e permtneaiiy at my home in tarn
ber and county, iuke great pleasure in recommending
them a-mv ' uc.-.a r. i hey are gen lis men of .kill and
experience in their profe. ion. and I trust tbey m.y rece.'ve
that u. I aad liberal tbare of buamcaa which has ever
fijsred o(ion me.
The Mrr. Hughe, have enrare.1 a eorpe of artists of
, -nperior abilities, and I t-ave n j he.lali. n in a Ing that
j tbey are full, qualified, in their several departments, to
give p rfert ta.sr.iHoo to all who m y desire tbe A neat
Ph ip.rraphs, either plain or tlaborateiy painted.
aprlt. J. W DODGE.
(rccxstar 1 1. w. ooooa )
KO. 42 PJBLi; E0.JSS KASSVILtK.
I ITHv.K piain nr oi-ired f O'lt ihe -m.lKt pla to Ll-lt,
J rliiHNl'tWtJ.. Thl le a le.lire not h thsrw
atte Jo ied 'o Tennessee, our triends can now have old l'
gu rcdrpe-of d e.el per on c mitra a. la ge a. life,
a 1 1 ciornl ratural. by dirsrrioing Ihe complexion, color
of thrhtie, evee .ire.s. 4;.
1 e public ar. rei-ea f i it Invited to esll .t the Oatlery
and see spec. ceo, o'er II ex.' On.na il .li, Pjblie q i.re,
N.shvii.e r.na anrlt.
"CLIFTON & ABBOTT
U' Ol'Lit r-rm ctfjl'y call the atte-.uca of th-ir friends
ai d ti.epi.b ic genera iy lo their preot stock of
Svrln,: and Summer i.uovls,
cnxstiog ef Men's anl Boys' Clolhiug of ail Styles aad
ia tbe greatest vanrtv. among which are Rrlli-h Ralf-Boae,
a ssj.rior ariic; F.ncv and Cotton II i If II we; Merino
f el Ha.f Hin, Napoleon, De Jo.nr.lle, Lofton, ami a area!
vanetv of a ber Neck Twe, a very rich a-aortmeai of Dsn-a-k
!i k Cruet, ?i'a, Ri, I l-i. Tt.td aad other U om;
Mar enl Is, F.ncy and White fturta; Shirt Collars, both
fancy ami white; St'a Drawers and Hfeirts; wen no, Leeiie
thread and J-aa fhirta aad Draw.ra. TheM are a few
a Ual of arita ta too aaatcroaa to ateauoa, ioat it
etv.d. apl- tf
INotice to htockholtirrs.
TH'RI will bean elecion bald al ihee9e ef Ihe CrM.
Mr act At. INS X i K inKPiMT 01 M anav, Uve
I. a of stav n , iront Is e'ciork. A. M.. ea'll 1 e e-oca, P.
M., fir O-e i-u p we ot clectl g fk.rlj 1 es-tora to atanaga
he aSdisrf ..Jo oca tt lh. en ulug twelve ssanihs.
Awo, -I tii i e me- and p-e, aa elre.ioa will be held
or eevaa I r c r. t. . asig 'i-e e!f.r uf .he NAstl
fUL' ;-U NC . .au ii.L'.. lt.rit( tug tteea
so'i g we.ve itwi.1 . .
p.l ta JiM'J ALK '.O, fscrrUry.
TO 7Iih CLOTHES. M'A'-I A7A G VUELIC:
Royse & Elverson,
Dealers iu JUudj-31aUt? C'tothios
AND GENTLE NXVS FU.1M3H1N3 C.3SS,
j J ATI (eel reus lead Mm elr la g aJ tiart.4 anwrtaaeal
rnisu and scMiiti; goods
ww Istiag ex rvtry variwy of labr aawt hi tbe awe
taaawaao etreie auea a. C.'.a Ml, iwap D'kte, I jnut,
Uawoaaax MU , of every tbu aa- varv-ij, aad aa
A tteoi ewt aai ex;t smk f j tui. ta tr.et.
rW sskS 04 tseaOemaa' Faraisbuts tuvda te ow smb.
ekrta. aa i ia aeiat of rl heme, variety aud wAaapaw b
swig to Se tiauuawit, te aw adsiirwA.
Ii .1' tow to tne aaove. tev base a U're aat v.rWd
Mat el l le ba, Ca-uarea, V. 41cm, aad tnaal e, )nai
sj omvs J hra ia. laaMrtwa wacA ibey wot to wwra.
-a tf kva to euii tbe Imui tl tka sn Lvtwa at'l
ClooA New for the lUi.
f TATIJCir a.C I VI 3. a a.w aad wed a-daa.
II MTtflt'al ol a )' aiii Hra" CrMAjef awrf.k-luV
Avna j e 9aaf wsar. aso a ebeee w a4 " '',
ebise .at cosweed, wbiea kbsj wij Ui at tbe vets le" Ma
a a r 'P1
l)t VK LED lALnOX faaj-ww f. l,st
A IVew Southern 3Ionthlj;
A MOMTHtT ORGAX OF LlTERATCm A CRIT Clcj?
Wiil ba devoted to a true discussion ef a'l toples prep.r '
embraced in the ends and ranee of a Magasir e, and in b
pobli hed in CHARLESTON, 8. C, en or before the fint 0
It is es'abli'hel and rfeslgoed o meet a eo non'y
want, and to give o'terence and eirenU ton to the p(B
ions, doctrines, and arguments of te (dueated wind
the 5outherciadv, and to romote In its sphere
measnre. the proares.of asoon.I Anjerican literature, fr.,
from party shack 'e. or individual prejudice.
The Work wilt be supplied at Three Dollars per anns-a
or 25 cents bv number. !
CP" Subscription received by W. T. BERRT A CO.
Agent' for 'Russell's Mxvaxine." Vash villa.
rST" April Number just reeelved. arra
Tom Hoore'slife Complete
AT. T. Bmy & Ccmpany
17 A VE JVST RZCT.1YED
MEMOIRS, JOURNAL AND CORRESPONDENCE
IDITFD FT Lflv.D JfiR RC8SELL.
I vols.roy.1 3 voM cloth.
OpiioT!s ef tbs Prfs.
Wlio has not h eard of Tom Moore, Ihe Irish Poet To
att who have ever read M. ropalar Melesj ee. tM.B'wwort
will prove exceedingly in teresi ing, especially the aotobiog.
raohv of the Poet, fron hi. earliest recollections to man
hood. We heart'Iy recommend it." JT. f. Courier.
"Tnoinas Moore I. tbe lat ef 'he great poets thst eonf
ished In the begicnlrg of the eenturv. A biogrsphy, so
aby written irost be e'ger'y roigbt after. Ihepuhtl
are g-eat'y Indebted to the Meesr.. Appletoo for the eheao
and elegant mancer In which thev have Issued it." .V. J".
" Thi. work ha been winch Wked fr vri:h Interest b
the ailmi--ers of the sweetest bard rf rrrsdem tirres. Th
new work has not disappnin'ed a.. The sparkling vivacity
of Moore's letters will recommend 'kem sa models ot ttvle
to thne who aim af errirence in epistolary eorres;'d
enee " A'tnny ffegitrf.
Kvery one who ha the least taste for e'egan" llter.tq-,
will at once procure a copy of toa work. Cinricfoe,
" ft serm to o. that Lord Jnhn Hnsetl ha prepared
very creditable work Indeed. Fe evidenilv en'ered opnn
It ronamore. and ban. we thirk. pnr.eed lo tre end witi
fidelity, enthusiasm and acenrscy." Bi ifi'vA Colonitt.
" The work has two great attract ton one oa tbe mhieet
-the other the ed:toe. Pqf one cannot look irto It without
seeming that it answered the highest expeciatlor s that
conld be !ezitirrtr!T fonredof If. The work will.of course,
be a geni in the li'eratrtre of the dav." Albany Argut
Ta. i. edited w:th aMtitv. Ihe name name of Fng'and's
great statesman is a guaraty. X. T. Chmrchmtiit.
"VosVt Life b R isse!', pe.ent. a s'r'king picture of
Fnilish life. ich as cms wit-tn Ihe observation and i.
perienceof the poet,,--.Kfrra CrU'iitn Aitroittte.
" We seen 'he m'n-tiie, f-soeti. et c-terv of one o' the
mnet versa'ile, vo on' nous and melo feous bards who ever
sang. His- inti-a-'e. with all the geiiu.es of the day,
whether they were pe's. artis's, or states ca, and the
naivete with which h honestly rattle, away, about every,
ihing in hi -own literary lire, or his social either, io which
tatter ween b.it be amuse! at his boo vivant propensities,
have in his style of narrating them mnch more of a charm
foru. tl.an we generally find In Ihe private life of men of
genius, even where th c'fain Is as decorously drawa aside
as we find it here. SitanUiy Budget.
W. T. II. A Vn. h ive also on nle
TIIK F.NGUslf fDITlON ng MOORF.S LIF5 AND
CORREPNDs-NCK, in S vols. 1! mo., doth
TM. SlN'tlF7 TO., have opened an oftire. at 4fi, pnM;
Square, Nashville, for the sale of tliir rrlebrale. 'ew.
ingMa-hin i. Tho e wl o wish to pu rhae keinr Vactunee
whieh fhy r n depen.! n-.in ntav dn s a' the above pl.ice.
Il is iretienillv dmitted hv all who hnve use. I ewing a
chine ih t Singer's are supeT or fo all others. Tl ev e n b
n.e.l on all f .hrics, such as Mu.Iin. I iren, loth, otton. or
Leather, hv mere'v chnncing the X -1le and Thread. Hiey
wtd work with stl u tnn. -ilv, or Thread 'besen a
chinos woe1- f.,t'r; are n.ore durable ami simple than ny
otlit. Thev are war-ajited to do wh.t they are repress nt
ed, fin-.-er's Machine is an establi-hed f.et. Call aud sent
in operation at 4'i, Public . quare, N. hvil v
1. M. MNrtFI A fO.
Being a practical Machinist, I am prrpa-ed fo fix a 1 Vs.
chines of !-inger s th:. I may (by aicidetit) get out of nr.
aprT. V P. FOY, Agent.
TVIK. andecs'gned keep, a Roanling Honse on Ce.lar
street, nest to the Ver.n Ith Hotel, where he is reads,
at all ti nea, to ac-o.naio Isle transient or permanent
Hoaders at fiirratrs. His table la alwavs provided with
the best the market affords.
HnlT fiEO. W. roi.PW A".
LF PrMP. a dozen New York ana e Ale Pnmp for
cheap hv J. U KOBsKTSON.
April ;i, I".!.
1 MM HALF B"E-s RAl-la Vesh and ood.
IVJUliVi " W. R rilFF.-.
IijO bis. 8 WEFT CRAB CIDER, a Prime
I'M boxes 8WIET ORANC.FS In fioodrriier
andf.ira'ebv J. O. KOiil ltT-ON.
GENTLEivlEiVS FINE SPRING CLOTHING
O . OXOSSOX3.a
NO. 25 CEDAR STXEET.
Adinlnlnr the Post (im-, ba- l't opened at his Model
Ciotnmg l'...ar, a new aioca of tine .
Spring nmt Summer Goods
of the flnr.t and nt.nl stt les and greaUst variety, which
he o ti rs to hit f iuds ard the ir.de generally al ihe lw.
e. pries. CALL AND EXAMINR. aoU
I. now in receipt of his assortment of
SPRIXG WD SniJIER GOODS,
To which he respecfilly asks the al'antioa of hie Irieads
and tie put.. ic geuca Iy.
Spring and Summer Goods.
WARD at HleRMINRHAM,
HATE receive.! their stock ef Boeing and Swarf Goods
ofthela'.s.t el. lee and best quality, which are bow
open or inspection, and wool ! be pie we 1 to receive orders
from Ihe.r old Intnjs and tbe puBila orlly.
VIr street. M rcb 1 1
PITT S P AT N TIO 8 0 IE EXPEXLiS Q EEAT
SIMPLICITT. neatoee., utility, comfort, economy and
darsi.ili y tre eon' inel In this Im oiovvnr nt a single
plat" of cst Irto of pes-o iar f mw, so pi teed with ita low
er edge resting .gainst the biesr of the Are p'a-e. and the
. pp. r r -'tie n tne ln-1 .e of tie arch, al an angle form id g
part f the bH itself, wun ut interfering Willi thehiel.
Apperturwt are so arrsn.cl in the grate ae ut . .
draft .urfcient toeorreet a moy chlnnev, and the inier
mediate b.e. are so made that lh' beat that would oihee
wimt e rain? b the rhiniey. s arrested anl reSe.ed or
thrown btrk I' to ih room, sio aiteralio I m Ihs .naton
rv of anv ordinary Sr. .lace tie iMnnt is neeessarr. It
can be put up in a few minutes by any persva of common
I ha. been fairly tried before oompeteBl witnessee.aod
1 he ler.gth.d lie b?k of the Br. place and tho VreadtH
of tt.e die l the arch lotide, reflate ih.- price. The cost
ia hot a trill..
Tbe kighi of the Patent tot some of the best States is br
Aa experienced gentleman la the Patent OUee at Wash
ington bought toe Uiht ,f oue SUM as sooa ae it aa
My aibireea It Sads vule, Teanea.ee.
aifrl-if F. I. PITT!.
CARPFSTFa AND BL r. ir.a, rwsp-e fx'le anooooees tat
the e,i i sets ef N ash me. that he is as. bMwtesi oa tho -corner
of Church and ?u"vivee street, opaiiw the S.
Cloud Motel, wb.ro be i. prepared to tueiu ail ai ad. ef
Carpenter's and Jo.asrr't W oca. iKtoe. at aad Viiad.
Stair Ca es, ahow Cam, C lCoe Dsa P tl ap stores.
Jobbing and Kepainng, Ae .proatpty aiteowwd lev
JfSiT .4 Kill VEIIe-Dnia Heed aad Fl t Dwioh
Cab S-ed. Tso In waul bJ 1 ea I swoo
ALBO- Cumese Augar Caee See-, ant lr Po-tab-a.
aad a aeraa awwjruwea I of O'hee Seeds. AH
rrtaiit, 'ELI.. ,
apcl " 5T -v- V
'Iilf enderstjned fcavlag a-e SAlaed Uial the eUxte at
n ta ..I, i 4ee"J. ta aolvew bm ssii -.-
go ted tbeia-eirepeyo. 'b. aasse, ail oeeeoaa are hereof
sv-lfUd to Ble ibetr etainu anut tbe & of IM Coaoig
Vui ml pav-a wawai., 'a y auu .ol'eated, est or bwiorw
that M . of Antti. 1-3T; aat . peesooe iaiekHd to
'be mi... are 'q verted io pay their --wsats w.lboel ao.
tag. ee lbs oiU be pLaoed la -e kwA. a aav tWv foe eel
IcciWa a.sjei, .
.,.. I d's. Adeaiaawraior.
AHETIHLII PHV.K in.
e . . ..mm .J . r I. rtlW Wilt- dbeWSttd.
vssw swo . 7. "
ahsle .a le I lJf. a cevt-ta sure or twaiwpM ,
Haa, lvt.il . C., ' aifl Ge Hsr-l itb.li y.
S.MssJaaV TMiCfsH , t " "
.. Ksr k. tti fjrWa. k. 1st dbO r hJ.L
ri4l sj rar ai wi.--- -
... - aavew tVak axUa.. w tst.USjT sW Atsl la- at
aTL'O-a. be will a. wi lo mch ol hi. ictoj f bsws.
L ao .re. it.u.i.r.c.1-, with kid ad e.pi d
reeusi.it bf as-ame " mv -. - "'-''J s
fwqatres ec apVt.-l 1st oum i
cwui. aw wsi s
rewiaia-vv to aw aj puea te ute pmjm
So. IK Craad street, .
UfSf M ;Jlkdj----u'?-f
. m Hal lW-a I
VI till WI WA aw m
Di'. IL JAKM. a
to Tin: srocKtioLut:it or tug
Winchester & ailabaai R. R.Cosapivay.
rsng eifl be a wtee-ing ed Ike 8ta-kaost)ea e Ibo Wlay.
J. eewwas east Aorta s a kU.trs ad vmi any al tbe Court.
wastM . ka she (awa ot eViiKt Mwe, Tea nee w, ett THClLs
pAf.tae Tib day ef its', l-vI, twebw. ttfteea hreciora toe
aal iwni. I V Um bh.i ( year, aad at said nag,
afiK'i a aid be as vt. I fcinul, ea S eekbuiikara, all tboMi
paiwHM V t. bsw eut crtbed sb X ut tbe atuao ia I iacola "
MBiy. Teanai ww. the pwrpaae of exiefeltog their auk
truuk Vt tue toenaf Fay.tsevw, as ordiog W tee provisions
i f '-ba acs al live t a.ure. ctvap. d, wse. I, puted Fe.
lath-lsil kj r-terif Ine Hoard. J
W.IJW 1X.BIS. Prea et.
f. t- IVr:a.-T. sjst -4trwA a. :s4