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IV. ST. E20TH and IRA P. J02TE3, Eli tort.
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EOEEET HATT03T, of Wilson.
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F. E. ZOLLICOFFEE, of Davidson.
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JOSEPH I. EWKG.
roa jorrr Krri?r!CTinT,
nESItV JIAXEY of Ia-Mn.
ET A BiCHILOR.
To in mind there i porting in alt the world half
o beautiful, half so rfli jlttful, or hAi so lovable as
a l)ice firl " I don't mean a pretty piil, fir a rla-b-Jne
pirl. or an elesrant pirl hut a "nlr pirl," one
of tbose'livelv, goo.-tempercd, goo-.-hearUd. sweet
faced, adiUblr, neat, chatty, dottfUic creatures
whom we roe-l in the spin re of 'Home," .iffu..ig;
around th domestic hearth the influence of ber
goodness, like the essence of tweet flower.
What we all know bv "nice ft'id" i not the. an
puMiing beauty, who dawdles on a soft and tnlka
of the last new novrl, or the last new op-rn ; or the
great pin.ff. -looking girl, whofrestes aneflVct by
sweeping majestically t brooch a drawing-room. The
'nice g irl ' does not eveo dat ce well, or play well,
nd the do's not ktow a bit how to us i h-r eyea or
coquette w'nh a fan. She never languishes, ehe is
too relive for that; she is not given to nor. 1 read
ing, for ehe is always too busy. And as to the op
era, wben tbe goes there a'te does Dot think it nec
essary to show her bare shfiulders; but sit j!ene
ral'y awsy in the back of the box, unheeded and
unnoticed. It ia not in such Bc-:i-e th.it we dis
cover the "nice girl." It ie at "Home." Who is
it that lises 6rst in the morning and gets the reHk
fast r ady before the family comes down? Who ia
it that make pep.' toatt, and carrU a up mamma's
tea, and puts liuttot son the boy1 shirts, and rnke
everything bright and cotnortable in lite pirlorf
Ia it the of beauty, or the pjiraffe, or the elegant
creature? By no means. It ia the "nice girl."
II' r unaided toilet ha been performed in thes'mrt
est poesiMe apace of time ; yet how charmingly
her hair ia done! bow simply elegant is her f till
dregs and plaio white collar? What beartt kisses
he distributes, unasked, among the members of
the family. She doe not pr sent her cheek or her
brow, like the "nice girl," but takes the initiative
h erst If and ki'Ses the boys one after the other with
an audible "smack." which says sloul, I love you,
ever so much." If ever I coveted anything iu mv
life, it i one of those kisses from that "nice girl."
She' is quite at home in all the domestic duiie. She
troubha LO one to "help the kettle." She has
fetched it from the bob, and replenished the teapot,
while som one Das bteu thinking about offering
Breakfast over, she dives down into the kitchen
to see about dinner, and- all dy lon-j she is running
up and down stair, always doingand always cheer
ful and light hearted. And slie never ceases to be
active and useful until the d-y is gone, when she
will polk with the boys, and sing ol 1 songs, and
play old tunes to her lather for hours, and nevs
tire. She is a perf.ct treasure, is the "nice girl."
Vtes illness cocoes, ! i p'uethat attends itu un
wearied patience the si' k chamber. There is no
rii-k, no amount of fatigue, that ehe will not un
dergo ; no sacrifice (bat alie will not make. She is
all I ve, all devotion. I have often thought it would
be happiness to be ill, to be watched by such lov
ing eves and tended by such fair ban. is
One of the nitet strongly marked characteristics
of a "nice girl" is tidmerS and simplicity of dress,
gbe. is ii.Tar a'. It aPS"citfd in my mind w;ti a high
.rick a plain collar, and tbe neatest of uetk-rio-buns
lK)'jnd with the most modest little brooch iu
the world. I never knew a "nice gi.1' yet who dis
played a profusion of rings and bracelets, or who
wore low dnsses or 6pieudid bonnet. Nor can
I imagine a "nice girl" with curls ; but this my be
a rreju iee.
1 am quite sore, however, that "coaxers," or
"c-c's," those fuuny little cutis which it has been
tbe f.fihion to fuu. upon the cheek with bandoline,
are totally inconsistent with tbe charactt rof a "nice
girl." And if any one whom I have beeD disposed
to regard i' s "uice sir" h re to af p.'ar with her
bonnet stock on the beck of her bead, I shotil I
cease to bli ve in br from that moment. Tbe
only degree of latitude which I let 1 at all di-poed
to allow to ny beau Ueal or should it be in this
one Idle ideal is kid boots with brass holes.
There is a nameless charm about tidy feel, which
I believe the wh(l wtrld recognils. I maintain
that a neatly hooted foot and a well shiped ankle,
in cot junction wit.i a clean w hile petticoat and a
tight stocking, will nearly make amends lor a f quint.
Young men, U it not so? yes, you confesa it.
I say again, there is nothing in the wotl i half so
beautiful, half so intrinricallv good, as a "nice
g:rl." S e is the sweetest fl jwt-r in the path of
life. There are others far more stately, fr more
gorgeous; but those we merely admire as we go
bv. It is where tbe daisy grows that we lie down
Under every condition, every aspect, I admire
ray, that is too eel i a word I love the "nice girl."
Under every condition, every aspect, aave one
that one is the condition of matrimony. When I
hear that ooeiof the "nice girla" of n y acq'iainiioce
is a boat to be tnarrie I about to be monopolized
by some jealous beast with whisker-, and an ugly
inter wuo is to be bridesmaid, I come over faint
and sick si heart. Where 'nice girls" dwll it
should r written up, as on gates of choice gar
dens, 4 Do not pick tbe flowers " Oh, it is horrid,
borrid, to s-e that ptuce geutleman come in and
take aer away into a corner lor the ret of the eve
Ding. 1 may not waltx with ber no; I may not
catch her at bliuJmau's bull"; I may not sit by h r
aud tern over the leaves aa she aingi "Auld Ro'ria
Gray," even though it were Christmas time; I may
not any more a is her under the miniletoe; I may
Dot even look at berl There id that horrfd spruce
man with whUkers glowering at me as if ha would
at oie. I sigh aa tbe remembrance comes over me
of the mmy ''nice git la" who bave thue been ruih-ie-i'ly
torn from me by spruce, and, I am aura,
tupid men in wb'ukers Wby, why are there such
thiuk-e aa sprue men with wbit-kers? I am sure
we should get on much better without them.
I canuot bear to think of a "uice gTl" getting
married. I cauuol couUinplale with patience what
he ia atxtut to become. What she is about to be
come? She U about to become tbe alave of ooe
nin. Iu Ucs than a year her figure will be eter
nally spoilt. In bss than year s'ia will wear
1 ppy dre--efiJ wrpa cf a morning. St.e
wul Kaveoff garter, auJ her sloe kins will hang
ljose. She will lose the Lljom in her cherk and
the merry twinkle iu ber eye. She i.l h.ve a
baby, and smell aour. 1 aay I cannot contemplate
tbia sp'Clail wita palienc. I oncu viaiMd one,
' who bad been a "nice girl," a year or two after ber
ber marriage. Tbe figure which she pra?itd
hocked tue. I could bave cried with vexation
ind I aiu sure if ber bwsuaud bad coiue in, I should
. bave kicked bin. I have retolved. never to go
through such au ordeal again. Wbeo a "uice girl"
marries now, I have done wiih her lor ever.
Yon may wonder why, since I am such aa aJ
mirer of "nice girls," I have never made oue my
tiwo wby, iu fact, 1 have never married one. 1
liave loved, aJunrtd, and adoted tSera too rouh
lor that. I could no more marry a "uke girl"
' than I could wilfully trample dowu a bed of fljw.
trs. I bave all tny lile couaidered it, and atall da
itoualder it, a crl ce, lutle alion ol aacrilee, to
liiff a "nice kIiL" Who but a wretch woul I dr.
face a beautiful piece of sculpture? Who but a
wretch woold ataud witti bla back to the fire and
" monopolism all tbe biat? To tbe tuu who ai
Umpu W mrty a "oice girl," I say, aa I) .oleosa
itaid to Al x'iJr, "(iit out of auy .ua "
slrry a'tiict gbL" 'stet I know what it
would be. No tuau ii a brt to Lis ru.V dt chain
Irt, and no tiuabaul, 1 am sure, ia due blioe iu
wifu's eye after be has BxtiaVd hi socks and put
p. Ubes iu bis drawers. Oa th other baud, 1 aw
certain there must be a lion id uisenchabUurot
about a ikiu p flauuvl petticoat auid a cotton night
cap with iuiit.
'o; let the "eice giri" a'ooe. Let ber be the
life arid sunabloe or "Uoie" for ever Let
many bearU ntus) awty od die tor br aa U.: I
is ready to pioe aud die with the rrt. But, oh,
change net attaa into Mrs I rob ber not of Itr
Jlirliahness and aimii.cn; p4uu not the guabing
ouuuiu of beriuVa, wLK-ti flja for all, ai'd fall
like dew upon the wur. 1. Lt ber be a "nice irt"
forever; for aecb as aba ucter grow or K
tbe pjeer to ibaicu. II jmi iiui marry, oiarty
tLa beauty the li.ri the cLver gul, tbj daahiog
glH any kind of i,iil, but leave atr, oh, tar aae
lbs "bice girt" i't br ke, I eili .ve bad e
lor to the eud of my day; aud wben I eve, I d.
ir notbioir better tbaa t J Lave auctt oue to
watch over e and cioe wj rjee.
TBtCaiAM cr tub Sutra. H "New York
Hotel" la oveifl wiog with rail bY Cut aos aud
Buutberaera. It is eat mate 4 by a g- tr tea aa w-H
Dotted la these matcm. ih .t ih f.n. lira rom tka
bouiu mw slopping .t i:,w bout, r p r tn c vsr
IO 'V U,U Oi.a Ul iloll.rt AnTiO tb.m badalK
f.lSeu ,riu, wortU her wti-tt iu diaiajiiUi. X.
TUESDAY, JUNE SO, 1857.
ABERICAff EALLT. .
There will be a meetincr of the Ameri
cans at the Market-honse on WED-
NESDAY NIGIIT NEXT, at 8 o'clock,
P. M.. for the purpose of forrainir a Hat-
ton Clcf. John Shone, Eqr., and other
fine speakers will address the Club.
Let every one who feels an interest in
the success of onr candidate turn out on
Alien Sp lira g;e Rights f Cillznahip
The political power in this government
is vested in the people. It is exercised by
agents, appointed by them for limited
terms. It is perhaps, one of the wisest
provisions of onr organic laws, both Fede
ral and State, that those who are appoint
ed to make our lasvs, and shape the politi
cal institutions and policy of the govern
ment, shall frequently render an account
of their stewardship to the people, that
they may jude of how the affairs of their
government are managed. At stated pe
riods they return to the people, and are re
turned from among the people; and they
uiust reflect the will and wishes of thepeo-
pie. lnis term, in the most numerous
branch of the Federal Legislature, and in
that of nearly, if not all, the States of
the Union, is limited to two years. When
they meet they are expected and required
to reflect in their acts, the sentiments and
desires of those who place thera in office
If thfy fail in this, they are removed, and
ought to be removed. Whenever they
disregard the wishes of their constituents,
they become the rulers and the people sub
jects. The practical operation of this car
dinal principle makes the people the sove
reign power in a State, and distinguishes a
republican from any and every other form
of government. To render a government
of this sort successful and permanent, its
people should not only have a direct per
sonal interest in affairs of State, but 6hould
be well informed as to the wants and ne
cessities of the State. The voter thus be
comes responsible to history and to his fellow-men
for the management of the State,
lie does not act for himself alone, but
also for his neighbor, and for the commu
nity in which he lives; he becomes the de
pository of a trust, iu the faithful execu
tion of which the welfare of the whole
people depends. And this is the case with
every voter in the land. Minorities must
submit to majorities, and the latter must
govern for the benefit of the former, as
well as their own, else a species of tjran-
ny is erected in the State, and one part of
the people become servile dependents upon
the other; unequals. The rijrht to vote,
therefore, is the right to govern; it is a
right higher than mere liberty; because it
can control and modify, change and revo
lutionize a government; it can regulate
and sanctify liberty, or it can extinguish it
and erect in its place empires and crown
emperors. History is not wanting in ex-
atnples of this sort. It is this political
omnipotence that pre-eminently distinguish-
es the citizen from the subject. No one
but a citizen can rightfully exercise it.
When the citizen divides this sacred
sovereign power with one who is not a citi-
zen, he places himself, to the extent of
such division, in the power of one who, as
to him, ia an alien. Birth and citizenship
are inseparable, the one follows the other;
it may be renounced. " Once a citizen, al-
ways a citizen," has no place in a sound
political philosophy. But until it is re-
nounccd in so:neonen and unmistakable form,
it continues. It may possibly be renounced,
and not resumed, and then a man may oc-
cupy a position on the high seas of politics
akin to that of a pirate. He is an ontlaw,
and though he may do no act to incur pun-
ishment, he can claim no protection from
any government. But he may declare al- and iu favor of the South. While other jour
leiiance to another government, in what- nals have done so, it has preserved pro
cver form may be required. When he docs
this, he becomes an integral part of that
other government; he is a citizen; in are-
public like this, a voter, a ruler. But un-
til he does this, by a full and perfect com-
uliance with all the requisites, he is not a
citizen, and car. have no rightful claim to
be a voter or ruler. If we as Americans,
or any other free people, confer this right
short of this compliance, whatever may be
the form and requirements, we surrender a
part of our birthright, we divide our power
aud sovereignty, and submit ourselves, bo
far, to the government and control of
others, alien to us and our country. The
rights of citizenship are cheapened, and we
are humiliated and degraded in our own
and the eyes of other nations. The scope
of this argument does not lead us to discuss,
what ousht to be reauired to make citizens
of other countries citizens of this; it is, that
the requirements we have already estab
lished must be complied with before these
rights shall be exercised.
Unfortunately for the harmony and, per
haps atao, for the stability of this Repub
lic, its people have drawn a geographical
line, up and down to, and according to
which, they have chosen to form a set of
political opinions, diametrically opposed to
each other. It has been the source of much
vexation, trouble and hostility. This is too
well known to require explanation or com-
went. Without interfering directly with
the institutions of one section by the other,
a continual contett las been kept np for
twenty years, which thould prevail iu the
territories, as they grew up into States. It
has finally been dttermiued, that the peo
ple of the territories shall settle theques
tion for themstlves. It now becomes ita-
ortant, al.ke to both sections, that tbe sen
timent in the territories bhould be such as
to fcuaUin the respective sections. Every
effort has been ut forth to create aud
fum this sentiment, an J the zeal of the two
itau iu cuum.M.
p trtiea hot 0 far Outstripped their discre-
..on, as that armed conflict Lave ensued,
aud fratcrual blood been pi llcti. This has
been happily terminated; bat tbe tmttiJc
pruture, still coutiuues to ferment the pub-
I c oiiud in theso territories.
It Las been found by one section, and
that the Xvrtk, that there U a ctrtaiu tlds
nt ,nrin.r iiti tVia f,n
abroad, whose eatiuienU ia this matter,
crasPni raainly with their owd. It is a
matter of the first moment to them, that
this sentiment should find an early and
effectite expression in these territories.
Ilence, that party, representing exclusive
ly Northern sectionalism, are eager to let
ifc be bear1 a the ballot-box, in territorial
legislatures and in constitution-forming con-
mentions. The test and proof of this fact
is ample, on the Tote in the case of Min
nesola. In the Ilonse of Representatives,
most of the black republicans voted for that
bill, with Its alien suffrage provision; in the
Senate, where the question was directly
made, the vote of the republicans was
unanimous. It is thus sought, by a viola
tion of the principles of our government,
and of the letter and spirit of onr constitu
tion, and in open disregard of the rights of
property of the South, to place men in
power, and endow them with the right to
vote in the territories who are not citizens.
By this means the so much desired frecsoil
sentiment is to prevail and the rights and
powers of the South, cut off.
Against a scheme so unjust and iniqui
tous, which so outrages the rights and
privileges of American citizens, national
men of all parties, earnestly and vehement
ly protested. There were a few excep-
tions among them two in the IIonge frorQ
Tennessee, to wit: Sahuel A. Smith and
Albert Q. Watkins, who so far forgot
the rights of the South, as to join this
black republican crusade. Gen. Harris
also, the present candidate for Governor,
avows and defends this same black repub
can doctrine. He has chosen to array
himself against the conservative sentiment
of his party, (as we published in the Pat
riot of Saturday) and yet nsks the sup
port of that party in Tennessee. Now we
have to ask the people, 'the masses of the
democracy, whether they are willing thus
to throw away their rights in the territo
ries, to divide the rights of citizenship, and
the power to govern in this country with
aliens, not only aliens but ignorant and un
informed paupers and criminals from other
lands, who never had a share even in the
government of their own country? We
desire the people to deliberate calmly upon
this subject. It is not "clap-trap" or the
trick of partizans; it is an exalted prin
ciple which underlies our liberty and our
rights, as a self-governing people.
Hainan and the Squatter Swverclsrns.
As soon as Mr. Stanton arrived in Kan
sas and issued his pronunciamrnto to the
people of that Territory, proclaiming the
course of action contemplated by Gov.
Walker and the Administration, we stated
n our paper what was likely to be the
anul result. As early as the 11th of May,
we exposed the inanceuverings by which
the free state cause was intended, and
would prevail in Kansas. Since that time
numerous leading southern democratic jour
nals, have denounced the movement a-
treacherous towards the South. Among
these were the Charleston Mercury, Rich
mond South, N. 0. Delta, Jackson Hfississip-
pin, Charleston Courier, X. 0. Times, Co
lumbus (Ga.) Timesand Senin?, and othen
of less note. We have, from time to time,
called the attention of the people and the
press of Tennessee to these facts. But
the latter have not responded. Of all the
South-loving and South-protecting demo-
cratic journals of this State, not one has,
in onr recollection, uttered a syllable, eith-
er approving or condemning this infamous
Kansas policy. The Union and American
has been eager to place the issue of the can-
vass on the Kansas-Nebraska bill; but
when it comes to the practical operation
of that measure, and its execution under
and according to its northern construction,
giving alien sufifrage and squatter sove-
reignty full scope, it is completely dumb.
It dares not sustain the treacherous course
pursued by the administration; and it dares
not take a bold position against this policy
found silence. At one time it pretended
to defend alien suffrage, at auother it
seemed to oppose it. And now since the
practical question is evolved in the pro-
press of Kansas from a Territory to a
State government, it is ranra. And so we
may say of other papers of that party.
Gen. Harris has avowed the doctrine, and
yet the Union and American fails to meet
the issue. The democratic Senate of the
United States have met the question and
denounced the principle as violative of the
Constitution and contrary to the rights
and interests of native citizens, and yet
the Union and American ia silent. Are
the people of Tennessee to be kept in
darkness upon this vital subject; are
the readers of that paper to be denied
to see the treachery by which their rights
are being surrendered?
At length we have other expressions by
othor States upon this subject. We hare
now the entire democratic sentiment of
the State of Georgia.
We know that some fair-minded demo
crats read our paper, and we are determ
ined that they shall know the facts if they
are willing to shut their eyes and blindly
endorse the Walker policy in Kansas, and
the Harris policy in Tennessee, which
amounts in the end to about the same
thing, they shall do so with the facts star-
ing thera in the face. The Democratic
State Convention of Georgia, met at Mil-
led.'eville, on Wednesday last, the 24th,
It stroke out npon the subject, in the fol
lowing resolution, which we have by tele
graph: WryThattr-earHreinofOoe. Wa!r In pre
scribing, t-ritia on which CongreM shoul J admit Kan
sas Into tli a Ci-U'a, auJ to atuap iog to dictate th
bruiain of thrir constitution lor ratification, and
to what (lea of persona, constitutes a presaip'ame
interference Iu m-t'.ers over which be ha do Ucit
imite ro tru!; and So th ftd Jr, la cif r-MBint: if
efflcia! opinion trt Kai.aas will betcue a Free
tate, aud preeeatlna; arguments to eei-ort that
I '-e of the qtilon, ia a prcs Jerartort from the
pHo.ipl.s of noo-iotrrwoioa .ad .ecu.1 y -kkh
were eeuWiaibed Of U Katiaas-Nebraaka bill; and
thia Convention baa lull ctw.fl Jence that Mr. tJach-
from tbe Governorship ot lt. tmttorv.
Io the democracy of Tennessee, concur
with the out-spoken ejemocrarjof Georgia,
or will they still follow the fortunes of the
J "Free Kansas" Pennsylvania democracy
I with the Preiident at their bead, and Wal
a--. t..,l;., f Ti tria liana .!l Ia ...
I here, that tbe Pfenldcat cannot -ustify tbe
"confidence" the Georgians repose in him;
he cannot manifest his "fidelity to the prin
ciples which carried him into office, by re
calling Walker;" because Walker has
done nothing which was not agreed upon
before he left Washington, and which did
not mwijhe hearty concurrence of - the
President and Secretary of State. The
programme was made ' out at the White
noase, and is 1 eing executed to the letter.
But whether he shall retrace his steps or
not,' we again put the question to the party
here, what do they think of this proceed
ing, and what do they intend to do? Will
the Union and American, the Memphis Ap
peal, and the lesser organs speak out? W e
pause for a reply.
The lk(e Judicial Flection In Ken.
... - tuckr. .
A correspondent at Gallatin calls our atten
tion to tbe follow in(? premature crow of the
chanticleer of the tTnion and American on
the 20th instant:
Know Nothings cleaned out In Ken
The election of Judge c.f the Court of Appeal,
in the Judicial District of Kentucky in which Louis
vill is included, ciroe off on tbe 15th. The dis
trict contains twentv-one roomies, and Fil'mO'e
had in them a majority of eighty-one. Stirring ef
forts were made on bo'h sides to bring out a full
vote, and the result is the Plus? UW party is beat
en. The Democraev have gained tMrteen hundred
in Louisville aDd Jefferson county al ne.
It turns out that the 4'plog tigly" democracy
were beaten. The American candidate lost
heavily in Louisville, as we have heretofore
stated, by the remissness of th party in fill
ing to poll a full vote, but outside of the city
gained enongh to elect him by a larger major
ity than Mr. Fillmore received in the district.
The Union and American fcrgot to make a
note of this fuct.
Important Movhikut is Rioard to Cistral
America. -The New York Tribuue of Wednesday
contains the following paragraph, which is of the
A Europesn officer, apparently of a very supe
rior military educuion, is now sctively engaged in
different States of the Union in enln-ting officer
for some unknown military purpose. Only officers
of artillery and engineers alle to direct the con
struction of fortificationa are wanted. These en
listments are made with the oetenaihle design of
forming a standing nrruy to Central America and
putting that country in an efficient statu of defence
againt any future attack of fillibuiters. Accord
ing to statements ma le in connection with these
proceeding0, the five republic ol Certral America
are to be transformed into one monarchy. The plan
is to be carried out with tbe aid of a political party
in Mexico, and the landing ol a military force is to
be effected in one of the ports on the Mexican coast
south of Coatxicoalcos. Tbe whole intrigue may
be in connection with the movements of Santa
Anna, though it would appear that the immediate
destination ol tbe officers to be enlisted is really
Cntral America, as it ia known that the individual
who is enlisting thera baa lately made a tour
through tbe State ol (tuat'-mala
Thc Nomination We iearn from tbe Mail
Agent, that tbe Democratic Convention finally
nominated Judge Jos ph E. Brown, of Cherokee
county, as their candidate for Governor. Verily,
in these times, no man is safe, when a Democratic
Convention is in session. Augusta Chronicle.
Don. Lang lion Cheves, of Sojth Carolina, died
in Uolumnia on Thurodav la-t. lie was born in
tbe year 177ft, and from an early period of bis life
has filled a prominent place ia tbe history of hi
In thk Alarm State. Hattoo has thrown the
Tennessee Democraev into the greatest alarm
Tbe Nashville Union of Wednesday, gives two
mortal columns of editorial to him. From the
ie-norof the article, we fchouM judge that the edi
tor is agm Bob Hattoo. Go it, gentlemen ; your
alaini la excu"at le: you have rot had surh oppo
ailion for ten years. Memphis Engl Jt Enq.
Thb Scoas Crof. We learn from the officers
of the Woodford, just from New Oi leans, that the
Sugar crop of Louisiana never looked better. Tbe
general brpression pie vailed that the yield would
be fuliy four timis greater than the present one.
The rock in the Blue Riie Tunnel (sajs the
Virginia Jefferaopian) is now quite cut out, and a
person can see through tbe entire tunnel ; that is,
a peron at tbe eastern end. Preparations sre in
progress to enable tbe oars to pace through tbe
tunnel early in July, and alo to run them twenty
mi lc 8 west of the present termiuus of the road.
Mississippi nominations. We learn from a gen
tleman, direct from Jatkaoti, Miss , that the Demo
cratic State Convention, which met in that city,
ou Monday la.-t, made the following aominations :
For Governor Wm Mc Willie, of Madinon.
Attorney General T. J. Wharton, of Hinds.
Secretary of State A. B. Dil worth, of Tiabomin-
Auditor of Public Accounts Madison McAfee,
Slate Treasurer Shields L. Husey, of Lauder
dale. Tbe District Conventies, wbich met at the same
time and place, we learn, nominated 0. II. ii zl- -ton
for Cotign as, in the Fourth District. Memphis
Eig.it Enq. 27.'A.
A Noblb Deed On the 23 J inat., a nepro, wl.i'e
digging in a sand bank neat Meadville, Miss., was
nearly buried alive by the caving of the bank. Two
young ladies, who were riding past, seeing the poor
fellow's condition, alighted Irom their horses and
took bold of the shovels, by means of wbich they
soon succeeded in liberating the man.
A letter from Marilles alludes toa "new inven
tion that baa been made; it is to prep ire flour bv
a chemical process a great deal finer than by grind
ing. A sample of tbe flour baa been rent to the
Academy of Scienc in Paris to report upon."
Natiosai CoavEsrioK or Bctchirs, The Bil
titnore Sum mention! that there is a proposition
afloat to hold a national convention of butchers in
that city, ou the SJ of September next.
Vekcs in Hoops It is known to thoe who sre
addicted to the luiuryof early rising, that the pln
el Venus, now the morning ssr, locks Ouusually
large st tliia time larger, rxihter, and more beau
tiful than it ever appeared to us before. A country
editor accounts for tbe fact by saying that Venus
has taken to hoop. Another country editor lives
a different theory in explanation of tue expansion,
but wo won't mention it.
Cnkaowa to all I lovad thee well,
' When others spake In words so eoM;
Teas at ll'y name ny kmiI would aasll.
While heart-fell paa-haa apasaed control.
Ta love thee was any secret Joy,
To dreasa of thee any a'gbtly blaa;
When M urphr-ua e'er a moon i world
Had arekd each eyelid with a kiaa.
I've drank of eorrav'a cup too Ions;,
I've home In f ief and seeret pa a,
Tike aacabh of a bleeding heart,
T'e woeaded ' ear of acere-l wrong.
VtUt aa Dare drop aVom frtradahip's foeat,
No hope wth ever glittering, ray,
II aa ooroa In gtaJaea gua'iing oat,
' To danoe opoa Bay Joyieae way.
April IS. ISM. M
JOT rwewhrwd a tot of fyrsh Dm use ad and flat Dutch
Carnage Sard. Call acd gat thsna.
tae. t. . WtLLta.
COOK W41 TF.D-rrtaehaiaaceef the p-sai
year, apply at this &' J cnaAu iL
Fplendid Pamily Carriage.
TI have ee toads aoeat a arw aa pUadi4 FasaOy
vi uarnage. wniea ee wiit seu saw.
won. a co
Cora Spring as4 Col eg ua.
Gtk!? riO-KIO aJ OmtLOH tXCCXin. TO
ate rowwawa, WedoMida, Joly tat,oa Wore of th
ateaener W at- UiS-tT.wtka ta fc ret Jod eroeoa y
tat Ux oaoaaMat. Ta keta St, adaaiiuoe goaitoato,
aad Uda, tea be Has)a4 ef any of th tomiM,
ad at tho pnoetral Mnaae aod kooa . T Tor
aro Urn Tu Ceosaaittoo wul eaasaavoe te ae i thaM
I ao aa thovr powor Mala thta ou af lAta mn pteaus
trtpa of Itm aavMe. P. I. lUeS's tfraaa) aad acrtcg as4
have aa a oagag4 fce the ecaoe.
Tfee Boat wul I s broad atraat ok?f at f eVlack
praeoly,aa4 awarwt hrf al i 'em
CCJtKITTtl OF 12.11 !t SIX I3TS.
a ML oor, " M Fuwata,
, , laaia tMjraafl, . , Ws.lj.fia,
a. vt-aar, W. UJsaaroa,
JaJa. Tf. O.lUn. .
' MaNCf iCTURtR AND DR'irRIX
ITATS, CAPS AXD LADIES' THIS,
IVo. 23 Public Square,
PaTmer -"trie and in emer weather,
For once have come together.
VVTT, im wi'tDtmiieeall and namine tho bean-
KJT tifilMjIea ol DKEiS UATff, iul iotrodurel at the
Hat Emporium of a.j.fk.uu,
juntSO. No- 23 Public Square
PUT K COLORED and eeral New Myle of
? the Fashionable rhape CASS1M PR HAT forme not
weaihr. Just received at h. i. (Ki;i3tun,
ionr80. No. 84 PLb ic Sqoara.
NElV AMIBKAI TIHI- STYLES.
AJEW m l teaot ful eolora of the Soft Hat. appropriate
X ' for th txittme hot weather, ja-t openeti at
rpiIOSE FIE FHE'VCII VELVET
JL H ATS. So ntiirh sought af.er.no imitation, bat
airenaioe ar.icle Jjit received at
JaneSO. T HANCHCU'S.
I'ASA.nA AM) LtUIIOiCN II ATS.
7E have jat opened a frefh upplv of STR AW GOODS
V v for the Summer, conii tini of t, rVrn. Panama,
t:anton, BriMn, and Lepnoro or every n-.cnnt on for n:n
oova and children at FKANCl!C' 8
C1III.1ICL''. FANCY SritWVS, in eod-
leas variety, at tbe fashionable Hat Store of
No. S3 Pablie rq iare.
Godfrey's Celebrated Cordial Gin.
IT CHKFRS, BCT DOES NOT INEBRIATE.
THIS uneqnaled beverave poaie mdie:nI proper.
ties of ihe birheat order. It is manufactured e.oa-
cially for and by the Propr e'or and Paten ew, o' the beat
muteriala, and haf all th. merits without ehr deleterious
effit-tiof any other O n either in Great Britain, Holland,
or mis couniri. uwursir'S (LtUKAril) t'lKDIAL
GIS baa been adopted bf eminent phyaieiana as the ior
et and mo t rfli-ai'iona diffuaiva atimnlant and dioretie
which mn.afaetur n skill has yet even to the world. It
is entirely exen pi Irom ihoeaUchl e drinks whirh fret
a thirst for stimulant. Orders to any amount oromutl7
filled by the Proprictor-
Importer of Brandies, Gin. Wine, 4e.,
JnneSO 8m. 18 boutii William St S. Y.
Godfrey's Celebrated Cordial Bitters.
AN TJNFQC7ALED TONIO AND STOMACHIC.
A POSITIVE and p datable Remedy tor general Debili
ty, Dvspepsia, toss of Appetite, and all disorders of
the Digestive Organ.
Th- Inv-n'or and Proprietor of Gxlfrr'i CeUhxattd
Cordial Sitter in recoromendir.e them aa an nniivallei
tonic and in. iiroraDt, is sustained by lha best medical
authoritiea of Europe and Amrrica, as well aa by the
mult tides who have tes'.el them. As a restorative they
stand alone. Thousands who are now languishing might
awake to new ex aterce by tM powerful renovator. Ihe
dyspeptic who resort to Oodfrey's C rdial U!' tirs, finds
the benefits permanent. Upon the vital organs, they ex
e C'e a direct sanitary it fluet ce, and yet thrir aircr cy ia
aa mild assalu ary. For general deMlity, sinking at lh
rtonach, loss of appetite, siclc hcadnelie. or mental de
pression, hvpochondri isis, broken a'eep, fl ituknc-, faint
nes a ter exrrc se, irritab.Mty. rbol e, co-tivenrss, and
all disorders of the nervous system, th ir benefits are in
calculable. Fui chasers are cautioned aenint a'l impositions.
Central tepot.lS South w.iija-n ht., v. T.
JuorSO 8m. GE ).GODFRsV, Tropri tor.
AVCTIUN ALi: !:' UKUCIOUIES,
b laisil:r & co,
ITl'E will offer in front of our Wre honse on Tuesday,
V June8'th, at lu o'clock, lor Cah, a large stock of
Presh f! rocerie , v ia:
ll'Ohhds asd. grates Sngar; SI I1M1 Nrwinn'i,
2 bblsS. t. do W) Xbhla Molaaac;
10 bbls powdered do 600 Itegs Nail as'nrted:
10 boxes D.ref. do itil.noo as.'d q'ia!itie Cigars;
800 b'gs prime Baltimore N bis Oarrot's ?nulf;
Rio Coffee; loo doacn Burkets:
100 bes prime N. O. Coffee: 20 LaoImM ChaTpagne;
10t Mt-hi b Star 0 ndle; V!S casks be-t Kn iah Soda ;
?Q bxs assorted (lliuaare; ?o cars 4ardiue-:
l"flbblaMa Whskey; I'll xs llerrn;s;
'0 earious do 1 0 tierce Rice,
ft) " Bourbon do inn has Tobacco;
5 ' Rye do S"0 bxs 8tar Can lies;
with all the smaller articles in the Grocery line.
Juueifi, 1S57. B. LAMER A CO.
TN addition to our sale this morning we will offer for
A, account of whon it may concern
Soon Washington Regi'as;
14 Baskets gernine Heidsirk Champagne;
U cei oir Schridam fchnapps;
44 hoxi-s Superior old Branny;
1 X f 'pe Otsrd Dopov A Co. Cognac Prandy;
14 Plannet Co. '
i " Lou s l-e Berton "
bills Pure Old Bourdon Whisky;
8 casks fine Hherry Wine;
9 " O aret "
S " " M ilaga "
13 ' " fort
1 puncheon Jamaica Rum.
The aboy- invoice ot Liquors, Ac, ar just raeefvadaad
are of Sna quality.
Teens All sums nnder I'i&O eaah; ever fiSO I months
ror approved endoraed paper.
Juoa-HO. B. LAN ICR A CO.
A UCTION SALE OF GROCERIES
LELLYETT, EVING & CO.
tyX WfDVESDAT, JCI.Y 1ST, at 10 o'clock, we will
' o"er for sale, at auction, at our warehouse, on Mar
ket rtre-t :
41 hh Is N. O. Sugar; JOf, , b!, L q,Ior,.
Ii nboa Hefln'd fugar; Sn . Oi,.ware;
4.10 bags Bait. KioCoftee; lm OoO Cigars, various br'ds;
2dbsgsJara do 7 keg Sails;
100 boxes a boxes 8tar 10t rlns Buckets;
Can lie-; 40 Jiwf Tubs;
80 bxs Iterrlngs; 9i" bxs rnbacco;
BO coils Manilla Kore; S'O.OOO Pe rru-sion Caps;
2 d:i J.ne do 100 gross M itches;
15 do Hemp do 8J: bxs Soap.
40 do Cotton do
With m .ny other artlr'eg usual In our line of bosineaa.
Naahville, June S6, 137. LELLYtTT, EM INO s CO.
A PEW gi-ntlemrn can he accommodated
Board at No. 0 North Ma-ket street.
Soufiiern Commerrial College,
Ko. 49 1-2 Cherry Street,
namivii i.i , Ti:-sjM:vnr.
.pniS Sched Is In peipetoal session hecea. a'udents of
1 other schools who lie Ire to q ialify thrmst'ves for the
Counting room, can do so during the'r yacaMin.
fur hoom ha heen r-eentty fltted op, and for eomfort.
convenience and elegance, wo kn w that It ia not surpaaaed
by any other In the I ni'ed Slates.
P K !J 71 t K S II I P ,
Our Wr'ting Pepartmont la ondr the sui.err sion of one
who acknowledges no superior In teaching this branch.
We ml.ht r-fer o a long it of Mlu tr.o ta na-ae na-nea
of men h- nvr brs'owed a nrm-nfa time to rrfl-etloa
ooon a sy-t-n of w ttl -ssr but wo think that th omens
cf Nshil!e are beitinning to appreria'e thie kind of tiana
pareot h-imbugr-rr, beaides. we pre'er giving our patrons
mora aohatant.al -ca-ity , and we now proi os to rrfuni
ail money pal I tt n on ae o'in of inition in writing, pro
vides! confidents do not make aa great improveo.eat aa
those of any other chool in th country.
A Select Class of Ladies wilt be taught from four to tlx
o'clock. P. M.
Terms for a Cimmrre;al Coorae, f to.
For Twenty Lrsons in Wrltit g, ... ft.
tut Is-ona in w riting without limit, 10.
TAEOIT SHOOTIJfQ 0 THE 4TH CF JULT AT
rJtHt Target Schooil g will be dons la the flowing
I Tiaogr "TraaMa "
The diameter of tt.ra U.grl ia Is inches and ie divided a
flvenrelrs; fireeof the b-t shiu in tn centra shall have
tt a fi.sl premium a Silver C ip worth $1.
lha recond prrraum lor the three best shot is a Silver
0t worth fit (HI
The third preo lum for the three best shots fa a 8itvor C
w e,h 1 10 ihi
Tie fw"i premium for ihe three best shots leaf liver
Cupwor h 1 9 .
Tlethootinr at 'h i target c snoot be Ie a thaa three
time. Price lor th thrre .hoi 1 00.
ii viauey ' gtraaaLaau.
Ths 'iaaaeter of Ihi. la g-t n a X Inches.
Th Btt tremiem for lha boat abol as a Sllvar plated Oup
wirth t no.
Th a. end pr-sniam for th f J lowing best shot Is a Silver
platMl Cop w.rth i x.
Price lor thrr tbuia M eeot.
nt Tiaiev 'itai;A
Th diameter of ibis Targl i. 'I .a n as the above, an 4
the Brat premium for th beat shot la a Silver ciatcd Cap
wTto $i . r '
Th asroed premlaaa fur Ih l ew ag heat shot a a Si vr
pUtesI Cap wortS 1 0
t no log thee atiott W cen's.
Tii dtataac fra b st-D I tt th Target la t yards.
Tbe.hoo ing an-i I dob iff San. I. la the t la t tar
g a "Pa-banana" and "ABKrict" riy mas eai shoot as
sa as he I k-. Juet-d.
A "vrjbdv 1 a-id ta be pesot aaJ aa thir
a 1 19 a ih prma-a sil sa awarded th tm
tut. Tt Cap -a b se.-a al Mr. Paduot'a, Cuiat mfmc
P. P. PECK & BR0.(
HATl Iw Ml. fgi) P1NI COACH KS. rt"TJv T? .
Je r.r,a rrom h, rMk Tt r-
IWbea ar w beltev t ier thaa aay XJrfJj
broogbi w4i ti. AU-ghaa Moaaiaaa.
P. I. PKCK A. II UO.,
IMTTTI th at 'iiMi t coomry gaaj ti la heir stock aa
W -k a guod aruot wkich w wa ran.
w hav ala a haud kastcra an c-, whtca w war-nm-
i. p. pixk St. ijuo
HAT8 thia day raeeived Thy e K)AC:IA, whkrh w
ba'KV t b tag Ua) aay la Tmmw. )aati9.
Cica!A HOfst, capb rLto. cjitt mr,
f Aa 'W Ji'k.sST.- Thm nuiuta MabaAe wit
beepveed kr toa rveaisoa af eoataaav aa T il t 0 1 T,
Jse 1 -. saai. Sio ta aae ef last tt aa baa
pet t a pt . Paiwe-S tarwagbwat.Paaweed. aa J
math a Parattor a4 J i. A eorija f Ik sr rMMrd
CUarod aatrvaaca have ha swiawtad rraas t V aJ
sUluaiata. d vvy attaabaa wiU sard aaar la
vmtt aad plDaiwr el U gwiU ips wit'sa bf laaas
eg CvUagaasa he a- at taj 2VS at la ariar.
Jaa 1 -eoaiaea. riaU eptla. fat.
auHtat f Cuaurl J'ra, Uneal , at van
ft , , : 1 ' . " J
aa,4a. iay(l -
NASEVILLE THEATEIJ. )
THE CAMPBELLS ARE COMIXC!
FOR THREE SIGHTS OSLTf '' ' 1
ETJMSEY & NEWCOMB'S
ow C Biprtslag a Doobte Troaee, Twelve Btar Pertor-
mrt, an-t the Campbell
Cunprong tea talented Mjaicna.
Pf tor partico'ar t ee ureal! Bill.
Dooraopenat h If pvt T oe ock Caceert at qiarter
af er 8. Ai mi'son 50 cent.
.AIUit SALE AT Al'CTIO.K
MACHINERY, IRON AND TOOLS.
rHE NASHVILLE M INTTVACTCRI'm COMAVTwiH
ell to the hichast bidder, at their eatabliaharant in
Wltttrr.'DAY, 15TII JTLY NEXT,
thMr entire tori of Maehinerr, Tol, e. The property
to be iT-rM envbt. lo part of the Wl'ialnff atielea, via:
MAC'tiNfRY neh as Lathes, Piacea, drilling Preuev,
Bonpf MaeMnes, etc.
Al--RlarkjTTiith'J Tools. Teis. Anvil. Hammora,
Tonr, Wrenches, etc. Al-o, a nnmhrr ol f team I nrin.,
variola nizes. panlj flnifhcd. An ennte variety of on-
nniae'l machinery. A!o a eret vane y oi aasonea
w roght I'on, In alLiie. andhapea.
Moat ct t e oitnrinhM maehirery ti more or m dam
aie l bv the rcnt fire at aid eatablirhicent, ia cnaa-
aanee of which it bejpertel trat a Sne opportanitv will
offer to buy barain. Blacksmith. Machicitta, and Foun
dry men are particularly rrn,ated to attend.
Terms of Sale:
Cash foe all aoroa order one hnndred dollars: for all raroa
over one hnndrel dollara six ewn'hV lime, wi-h two ap-
prored endor'ers: ro ra payable in bank to be complied
with in every eate be'ore securing property.
ISO. B. JOHV8-1S,
junei, lS57-td. Prea'l N. M Co.
A LI. perons indtbted to the Nahvilte Mannfactnrint;
ix. COTipsnv are reqneMed 'o rati and make Immediate
payment as the business a ill be c:ned.
JNO. B. JOHHSON.
Jone2i5, 17. PresidenU
Valuable Kcal Estate
"PHK Nahville Manufacturing Company will offer for
A tale, on the premises, to tbe highest bidi'er, on
Tlonday, 20'h day of Julr
that valuable rlece of rrond recently neeopld as a ma
chire shop and locomotive ors, s)intrd on the bank of
Cumberland r(er, trcnting abont 1.W fret on v strr street.
and abort the arr. on the wrarf, neine fron l-i to t V
fret in de th. Said grcood will be sold in lots of N feet.
front rg sid Water steet, ror n nr'h'Ouph to sain narr.
On the am dav and place, the wharf a lot l"e fc-et Be.
twern raid loi and the rieer. 1 be offered to the highest
b'd 'er. Suitab'e maps of aaid ground ill be furnuhedon
the day of sale.
Terms of Kale!
One. two and three year, wi h lnerst from dae, wi'h
two approve endorser; notea payable in bank, and a lien
retained on the property.
By or.ly or the Hoard. JNO. B. J tH-spu,
June 2. ISM. td. PrestN. M.To.
Fxcrusiov A'xn pi'.tc o. the
4Tii or ji i.v.
THf SRPT.ay GnARDS have char'-ed the (In steamer
"Urrpire" tor the Fonr-h and will leave the Landing
at S oV'ockin the morning for Marowbone Grove.
T'ckets fl &o, admiit ng a Gentleman and two Ladlea.
A fine trin? Band has been ergiged for the o"caion.
A Bnefio'd Watch will t put op and s'lot for by the
fW T'rketa can b had at th different Muste and Book
Store and on board the Boat, Jun 9-td
HAG AN & BRO.,
Book Sellers and Stationers,
No. .lfaiket & -No. O I'nion St.
Harper for July.
Harpers' Magaaine tor Ju'y, just received by
jineU. I1A A B RO.
:. Yankee Notions.
TANKFE NOTIONS PO JCLY.Ju-t received by
june24. HAG AN A PRO.
GRAITAM'S MAGAZINE FOR JCLT just received by
junelg. HaOAN A PRO.
TAlfKIE N0TI0IS F0K JC5TE
The bet remeiiy for a da 1 hour, just received by
jnne12. HsGaN A BRO.
Frank Leslie's Osjet'e of Fashion, lor June, Jus received
bv juneM HAOsNA BFO.
Whit A Thornp.on'a Drttetcrs for J-ne, Jut received
by H Ar ?f mn.
(one Tn'on at-d Msrket ata.
lionprn rui lT hook.
Hoop.r Western Pruit Eook.joat reeo'ved by
June 5. HAG AN A PRO.
TITIF. HOOK K.
A gneral asrortment in stcre, lor 'ale bv
Inn. fl. vA"W 0.
NEW VELLUM PAPER COPYING BOOK.
THIS Book will be found te rr g ea advantage over
the old atyle, from th" pai er being both thick and
strong, (rmf trill tint tmr vfirn dnmpmeJ. It lake a
most perfect itrj r'n to nd ta prges will be aa conven
ient to refer to aa these of an ordinary Day Book. When
once In nse. Its great anteriority will be apparent, both far
Cop'rig le'tcrs, Aeccunta, Currents, Manifests and other
Pocumen's. For sal by
Jinel. a a CIMRI.F W. SMITH.
GFaOLOGV Of'tIIE GLOBE
Desigped to shew tlst tie reent Geotraph'eal, Hy.
drogrsrh'cal, rd Crcl'f krsl structure, oh rved on th
ear th's rroef, were the reaelt of foreea, acting according
to Mae ', drtnenstratfv laws, saatogoss to thos govrn
ing the development ot orean'e belle. By Ricwtao
ftsis, M. p.. Prcfesecr of Ceob-gy .-d Cheml-try in th
Cnivers;ty of N hville. The rom of srfcn la to knew
the law by which the ouirees i governed; thy ante of
r irl us is to oy them, rtlnst rated bv Maps and Diagram.
For sale by may14 CH IS. W. BMIT'I.
'RK'FlrKP THIS PA 7
IiprBora Picas) or tsb FaaTB CUJdoa A Fed.
Post I iva is Fovrv o Nrau.
Tsa Noasa Feng- oa, Noawsv o Srg.
Ptsbvdb Fgasarr, oa, tbb Clcb cr Lira.
Toa Baows'e ?cn Pars.
CsicaTaawaa oa. Lovb aao Paiaart..
Ansa Gatstia or Mora laav Mrs. O'.'phaot.
Tbb liaises of "aganaBaav Mra. Stephens.
Fans aso Atrrvao; oa, vas Pcib"s Waan,
Kaavas asa fan- a; oa, Faisan. of Boaavu.
h'oTBiso New Bv th Author of John Halifax.
For sal by
n-il. aae CHARI.F" W. avrrH.
GROCER ANO C3MVISSI3M MERCH NT
No. 50 Coixaea rr ssta Bans. Wasavrtxa.
1 AAA KEH .oper'or fla.iu jaat raeeived. and
rill b aold to holal dealer low.
. n. lIsnT.
THATF huii f PsaiB A NareotS'ia'S saipertee
THrrj"HRs In ftta-, aal aa - a. th tm
the Maci tnea ar aded, I wuld adv farmer a call
an'tee'hem. I. C ttlt !Y.
jun-1 . Areal for Ttrcshrra.
riirT r."nii.Y ri.om.
1fr BAG of the SB sat Family Ftoar r brnagh t te
UU this aiarkel. f.aoeit R. C. BlbtY.
vtLiMntr. itv lot rmi half.
ON Trorstsv, Jaty Tth, a 11 cloek. A. M , I aHH salt i
ih prymiHs, W the h'ght rd-r. ihl YAL t'ABLI
LOTt f berry i'r',a lifting l ..Ao sx th t.'la aad
aw-riran, aad It ' t -d ate o'g''-arl t of the Peak
OfBes. and factota H sr f-qliog ee tret oa Ck'Tr strwet.
Il allt Ka k1 ia two OU f I Dt fael ch. I datrd.
T' l.m-l.f, aed years f -r BX4wH : d--rsad ,l-ea.
lag litUrwt f dale, aad a I a retia4
Jau.rt. 1ST. TCist.roeTt.
VLI. tbav hav.at ials against D O Rtrnaav wlfl
pleas pr.i th ran J any pai al aa stave,
H.Stl, htarkel gtr-t
ALL th esrtag th aa-iar gaad win h k ad eaarafh t
alaahaia eel. . O. ItPMAtT.
Oatact" C rests t
ta.b-a, Jai tl. 1 T. f
f8P0RTT0N Us ravers w l.rkr UUIacarlaS
1 at - aad a f th sVea
Csfet-, a ia Ki avf Jai. Ii a hopuanaas thai
Tas P.yaea ibosl. k ,aip4. t b Cot -Sat aaa rrady
a wau racaapw aad gas isnisttM fee advaatoe par
T caeWstakdr arwCtyH.lt
Jole. A. a SIJON, fatlaartae.
Vg-IWA' WAMTO fear lha Mrssi Msw. A
asa.) aa -.! la lake Ukalr ekarga f ta
K (ctxa aad l:a.a avt-asa, aad la laul ta UM isaaaaJ
f.irt'W ik isnavaia, i fi-4 bar a ataat aVauna.
jsaaf .-f L. . C. tt tUJOTT.
JIEMf ttUPA mis r!..
CM wILLIS ta aal aad h a er aewSeti
FMBta.a.alki ata., B. Cftarry str-.t,ave
aa, at all ua, ta Uirssv a.4h a a. aal
h.tai bav-wag. i umat ik kkiatMw si tki saaas
la fc s tklMt,aa-i prUM W ken a jtswrai MHipty
4 ait the It tasting ats.ai;w lb saa thwasiaaM 8
NEW PUBLIC ATj
IF. T. BERRY & COHPA-V
BA VIJVST RSCXITXD f
SISTOtS OF CHASITT, Cath.de and
Abroad and it Horn-. By Mr. Jama. J ,
ADAM GBAXXZ. By Mrs OHpaut, t f
DTSITOH TXSB ACT; 02, TFE CLTJZ 0 '
By the AB'loe of "The Ha r ot ReAeh re.-
11PE OF CHARLOTTE BROXTZ, iathor
'." By lira, Gakel!, anther ef ""Mary
LIFE OF SAEGZ3T S. FII5TISS,
POMS OF WILLIAM C 3XTA3.T; ,
alwawaaa. Jlat:.- .... -51
COBBETT'S PCLITICalL H
BILECTIOTH FROM THB PCL'TlCL WOR H
LHM COBB.'TT: ela a aerpvit abrrfa
Tolnma which eeirg-iie the wrHiaga of v
and the "Weekly Pj Jf-tr. WKh Kotj
tnHcal and FrrJ'- , , ha M.Cebbett aan w
P. Cobbett. reP" J-.
JnnJt. WT BVY CO
FORCED SALE OF 30 000
"tw eg sjgsr rue-a .! ri.a,rrsiiJl J"
Boots, Shr,e, Brffjans, acd SuperfiaJ
Eeady-Yade Clothirg, (
In great variet. Al a St rka assorted BARDWARtl
at Auction by
T U A U V V Sl Ii V V. 3 s ,
wo 74 Pnbl'e Squr-, Wajhri Is, Tsna-
0" TCP'DIV D w EPNr?DAT, J g S h. an
Ju'v 1 t. I'-JT, we w l lt at Ancticn, oa aeeaoat o
eo.irers and a I o-hcrs crncrned. t'.'i r of aw
freb and fvh!ouh Boota and Soes, t wir:
Men's Pump low Qoar-er Heel f hoe, (Kid )
Fine Csif rrogana;
Kir. B oran-, fn m to 19;
fnhrnnd Brogan, T - o It;
" Sp. " S'oU;
" Glove ton ''ongr." Shoes;
" Clo'h top r-ongress Shoes. Patent Leather Tp; (
V V. ... I . I. I 111. ...a. lih..- .
' - v ir-.nr ' u- u.. v - ..... . a .
ForerBne C f Voo-s. ie-jgl aud m): .A
Bluff l.-a her O'f. r.1 Ties; . J
Fne rair U.'ord Ties;
Lasttrr Tiipd Itai'era. e ic.
laifles' Pine Kid Bon'a,wih llels;
M ..... wl hnt
" Si k Lasting Gaiters;
" .. yxtrm. T to 9;
" " s5t Roots, aewed and peaged;
K'pardCaf B sU, 4 to S;
" Pa Pot'd Eoame ed Boots;
Latirg Hal' Gaiter-, tinned;
Mia-es and PMiriren'a ."hos in gra' variety;
Youths' ard Boc s ?lcej, Ip g-st vur ety;
SO Ca-es of inra'f. Kip ard Mid Bool-;
80 " ti n gro B og ms.
Of th finest order and of the best materals and
manshin, and w r-an ted of tt.e n-veat and fashto
abes'.v and !-. POI lYrLY Tn K B'STCLOIH
ING that ''s Dm ni fail ured In or out of th Coiled Mater
Pine Marans Coats, Fancy Trimmed;
riekrd: Pnn l-g do;
White T inen Pra-k Coa's. Faney Tilmmed; i
Rstra Fine Marse l'es Coata, white;
Fsecv Cheeked, all wool, Ca-sitter Coat, Pants aad Teat
In sui a;
Fine F ench Css.l oer of a I co'ora. In Coats, Pasts an.
Vests, to match;
Tine Cahmeretl of all colors, injCoaU, Panta aad Testa t
Poneee Coats; TndlaGrasa Cea'a;
Nanktnett and Fi.rrnerq Satin Or-ata and Pants:
lln Station Cloth Coats, Black and Fancy eo'ere, PtaH
and Strit-1; If
Fine French and Fnrlish ry hde Ftat Coats and Paata; . I!
; . V
B'ack A t aca I oats o Raaianil;
fupeif n B'ack a-d Fancv Cas lmem CoaLs, tximciad;
Fine n a-a and r mcy c assiTere Paul;
White and rra I.'nen Co ts;
B'ack. Brown snd B'tieCIo h Frock and Drrss Coaisr
Light Snsimrr Coat, in great varety.
fF The la'g-t a : or mrnt of B mts, Pa-ita and Ye i
ever offered hy anv one honse in tl Western WrU, aV
is braces every kind and ue-cri'tioa of th beat ilaa
Katie Liothing. tii
W will onVr an invoice of New and Frash Stapt ar
Fancy Pr- (tonda, amtK?nting to Taenty F?v tlandrv
Porars, which eon Ins n, th moat daairabl kinds an
leading articles or the t 'nd.
Five esska of asaor'ed Hardware of every der1ptns
Hardwire Cut'ery, Ac , Kuivea an I Fork Pad.os'ka, Aieaf
Files . Spoons, and a great varie'y of Goods in that lin.
Jiff" Allot the above ;o"d-are eon-goed to as wiihoi
lirpit.w th orders to ell in lime to mt ac ep anrsw an..
pay adv n' s. S .Sic It to ray, notwithatand.ng tbia a da'
reason of the year, we must and in tell me Hoot tr '
sacrifice here. They must x I W hav oPtn e1!- d thJ
attention of ctv and eoun'rv merch its nor la'g rale
mil we nr.rr oi l Ii mi mu.-' utj-' .iibii w i ,
The stock is the largest and best assorted, and th b
Good wa lave aver had the pleasure of "(Tenng before lta
'hi- ctv. Now, at all bssarda, rn to this sale, be i Ui
eome-TIIR GuODs MC-f B ilI I A
reT" Bale tneoro" "ce - t o'ekek precisely.
Itaws All .umaund-r . eaah all snirsovsr fttwl
and under f !". 8 momhs; all sums oc f 0 aad onderf
gimHi, 4 months; all sum over fl dO,S M-ont..
Ieoe.4 T Aft A LCCC8.
LEA & PERKINS t
of a Letter from a
CONXoissecrs m I Bedicai untieman
TO BE TUB
TO HIS BROTHER, J
ONLY GOOD SATJCE
WoaorsTva. Mv, US
"TelKLEA Jt PEI
RtNS that thcr S-l f,
AS a SrTLlCaBLS TO
s hihl - esteemed tn I
lia, and is, in any opi
.m, the most palatah
m well a th mc
OF PIS II.
holrme Sauc that
k-Xt maue. ' va
rh onlv Me.la! awar'ed by he Jury of th New York F- I
ition fur lorrigo !au-ra, w ohtaine.1 bv I.EA A PUB. I
S, for their UORChf-Tt.Kfl.IREisALTK the w-Jwdf
KIS, for their W ORCKfTr.Kfl-I RE IsAL'CK the wvrtda.l
fame of w hich having lei to numenrtia inn ationa. preoiS.
are earn-st.y rrajueared to see that th name of "LIA as,
PrRRI'are iim rc-red upon the Boctt aad Stoppw, and J
printed upon the label.
toi n huissaie Aguis Br the United "tate.
J0H5 DTJ5CA3T ft S0JT3.
lOi, Hieadtsay, . V.
A stork alwava In store. Also, order received for rllree
h pmrnt from Engl.nd I "y a. ii ly aa p.
.OI It I .
IF you wish to ret year ftraio. pat It Ie good shipping
orter. Gram fr sh piranl r th baahrill and
Cha'tam or a Kailroad aili only be received lo new ttunny
Para or In nw (igyiabarg S.cks, of god qasl.ty, well
sewed. ni made tn caoiain shoot s bash els each.
Ppeeial Da'n ia given bat Grain in I w do-ntia sacks,
r ni second-hand aa ks of av knd. wi I not be recei Ted
ai d tor ardrd . as i hey ar insoTlcent to bwar haart.lng
atd protect ecntB' ; bea-dea, o'd aarka ar Aa twice
-d 'hrt mark.r), and eaiae miaeooa gtiments aad toaa.
Tha.hi.ioioa; max aad dattiuauoa nuat b plua a aaolk
sack. H. I. ANDERAOt,
WrTtKSILX B055ET3 BT ZXPB.E3S.
RE-EIVPP tb s -rorning bs Extra's iWsl White Silt
Boaou, af th very latest y:a aad btaahful ma
teria. Aba, t caasa of elegant o-ll Sg'd French Jsconetts,
with S"0 po Wrt Wuqta Ne'tipg. Our Me k f eoo-l
In eeooral s ai-Ud, aod ili b offered c aaarcdaats
vwfy at low prtoa.
Jun . gaae IRBT MORGAN A CO.
a. e. ABPaasoa.
waoikSaLs aso kvraa satAta
Read) made nothinfai.s, Cap?, Sir.,
saw - M m ma . a, m m -
V9. 45, Ksrlet t laahYllIa, Tsan.
HAYING grraty '.la.rt s ear -taha. hawnk, aad added S
th branch f TMLoRlMA A . t ear buaaaa. f
re p'pard te BM ail at den with wh.se. we aaaj b larar- fv
d. Our IV
c ' t
I as 1-rg aad varkd a that of aay ether tabli-h-renl ,
ia th srty.aae ttar ea-vm - may rty thai they l
aa g4 art-ews, aad a good bargaiaa, a saa be had
Wfjl adH t heig IPterast ka save aa a Sag kafor sfj
chai.ri k-r. Tbaar ar.;e a Ml ka a roryi
nd, sad a pa aa aaeom adaitog ksras. a If they war . i
aeoaoal y pr-tt. '
Ojr house aad kiine b permasrral. ad w hJ kr) s
a fall Pk etaB ty a hd. the wr rsaaa. varyiag J
accor. tr f t htaaasoe. A 1 aar wark I Saa a k-, J
... ... ani .rsLaioa. an-i w o aafclv raaaaaavsitd f
ft a k.a frr 'roi tb aseatl bjeo-taa ef Casfcaia Btad
rhMhltif (itT-ai 1 .
Smith's Bitter East India, Ale. , f
JXit reeaivad per .-aaar Haauagt, aotaetgnmsrak
(fa aa o da
la w Kkk. aVi a
T ts M ta aqaal I A'rp' "" fZTf
l.a.U rHre. a-a,
I 1ft BBU aaaiih V Ak.
lUUOkjMnswi d aa r
rt ea. Yoaeg-r-a Pat Ale.ptata. T
V ea-k. Howe a Va Pa! A'e. pmt,fa Jag" t
n tM 'ir. rw ' Ca'llrma Trcsa,
sail? " """ r v.
rfsu( .fMtki af Ra rraab OoaapaaMa, Parwatra, Msa
1 taaasrrfN d . pa-aaiaa sv rasa, af pweaeaaag r
k. -., sac a Srtkkl B.l.i, Ck
r3gsTV ai. boa. fciitsi.i. CaR-WuaU
lh - ll-vdsita.A IH-.PL MT A. Ac
at r aacif i ltd lb e latabsahos. t gra
ia aaVr'-lV aaUa pvaMtsc ef Ih Naohvtiks Mas
fs vol Capaay. w lawad la Carry aa ih buasaet
Sa 1 aJ -V"s I- aabehe ad ah k auaa k read, seta,
,an M ck ao'T a I Caitn . ha aivaa
aaiaa d e aoa. aa ta' - h kle-p aad Hushr .
yassl. m4 aaalgie haiaad.aM sa.af.clKa luokl aa4 Bi
"kTwrT srlead warhaai ! tt a raeiaTy4 .
alksw tag k k a sss .'ea-rs-aaat 4 taa we whad b
aaaieiaiaeuiaataviJ wugt al bwr rate lb br i
lor wn ia ih e hJt warraJil (
a-aak dua al ll. I U.iil-ansas aa g-'a preaaa aa4 I
pavaocal attoa Uoat v eriar mH at ear . ; 'ha we
bar 1 gtv gaaaral MU.'m-oft, ad b a.aa4 bp aaV
V-a-ia af hataa aawaa ara, M J a i A
Cia.ar htaehiae Wrs,a hr- tc-,Yaaa-,
Via-tT-lf tata M "B- '
LVXU WAUtt AaTS.
T Wit.', yav Cask for lAt! W its 1STJ 1
I A Cievry Sirr. ta sa aaVar ar-o v a, au 8
cr LA tO
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