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STATa? EXECl'TIVE COMJI1TTEE.
East Tennessee. P. Dickinson, C. F. Trigg,
John M. Fleming, John Williams, W. B.
Jfidtll Tennessee. F. K. Zom.icofffe, ALLEN
A. IIaix. P. W. Maiet, S. N. IIoixixgsworth,
Wat Tennessee. William K. Poston, Jas.
T. Lkatu. John C. Fabkixoton, J. M. Mob
mix, tV, W. Gates. -
THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1859.
jWIn it iwiie of the 24tb inst.. tbe Union
tf American affirms that "there are but two
parties in the country, one friendly, and one
hostile to" Southern interest. Are we to
interpret the Union if American to hold that
tbe country is already nationalized and that
there are but two parties, one a northern and
the other a southern party? Since the de
moralization of the northern wing of the par
ty i.y the defection of Douglas, and the pro
clamation of his -squatter sovereignty doc
trine, it can scarcely be maintained tliat the
northern Democracy are the friends of slave
ry. Dut a few days since the Memphis
Afl admitted, what the southern people
oujjht loujr, since to have been aware of. that
the northern democracy vorre njiposed lo slavery.
The Union Sf Amencan will not, we suppose,
seriously contend that the opinions of the
democrat of the north 8 re the same as
those of the South on the suljfct of do
mestic slavery. Dut should this lo
jpaijitd, still that party has been defeated
in all the Northern States, with a few ex
ceptiotiH. within tbe bust year or two, and
d.es not now exist in such strength as to be
of any practical avail to the South in a nation
al contest. Hence, we must conclude that, if
th affirmation of the Union Sf American is
true, these two parlies are sectional in their
purposes and aims. What inference are we to
draw from this proposition? None but that
the next Presidential election shall turn ex
clusively upon the question of slavery. Does
our contemporary believe for a moment that
i i ni'cli a struggle the South could succcd at
the ballot-5x? Doe it desire to bring
about -such a contest, or to Impress the popu
lar mind with th belief that such a contest
in Inevitable? The more recent coarse of
tha' joui iml would lead us to tbe conclusion
th;t il tias drifting into that sectional current
which itppears to le deepening and widening
in the South. Shall we place it in that
The FaitlilcineMorDemocrsrrto Ita
' ' 1'ledsea.
Ti e Washington Constitution having com
m -n'ed at length on the speech of Col.
Clemens of (he Memphis Enquirer, before our
late State Convention, that paper replies
with the following broad challenge and defi
Our olij-ct was to show that the present
organization was utterly faithless to its
pledges that it had violated the Cincinnati
platform from la-ginning to end, and was held
together by no principle but that of expedien
cy. We meant to prove and we did prove.lhat
whilttthey claimed to enunciate one princi
ple in Matue.and the same in Louisiana, their
action was as varied at the localities from
which tln-y came. We meant to prove that
the old Democratic landmarks bad been torn
down, and there wan no further excuses for a
D mocrat of the Jefferson or Jackson school
to remain in such an association. We give
the president the U netit ot the admission that
he as actuated by an honest regard for
principle in vetoing the Agricultural College
we give the majority of the Democratic
part.v full credit for voting against it we
co o!e everything that the Constitution claims
bow et wide it may be of the truth, and still
the Ptcis 'show that the party, is wholly un
reliable 'Individual m mleis may have beeu
true to their profe-simi we should be sorry
to believe that such was not the fact we
pi ke of the organization, not ot individuals,
au-l urt dryJhfuufU strenuous sujporter of Jamts
Buch'ttian tu lHMht lo solitary ease in which that
orannualmn hat rarrml out its promises. Wecall
upon the ClmftttutKin to re-read the Citveiuuati
PI .tfonu. and tell tis nhattiugle plank is
Ui:d. tiled by party infidelity.
We venture the thnstUutxm will not tafce up
th guautlct. And we should like to
ionic of the home organs of the half-and-hall
administration IVinocmey of Tennessee.noder
take to relieve the party from the charge, here
made, of the universal infidelity of their
pledg-a as a party, made iu their platform at
Cincinnati. Will they attempt, to vindicate
the party from the charge, which is suffi
cient In itself to cause It total abaudonmcut
by the large mass of iU adherents who have
beeu U-irayed into the belief that it would
filiill ib piviuiscs! We shall see.
lu bU speech al Greenville, Andrew
Johnson said that the Ilnu.se of Representa
tives of ltto6- was "a Know Nothiug House
of Representatives with Mr. Steaker NKS
t their head." It U well know that the Con-U-st
for the speakership at that session was a
protracted one, and was triangular. Mr.
Jounson cannot be Iguorant of tbe fact that
tbe American members of that session made
their own" nomination, H. M. Filler, and
that fticuAttosoN was the democratic aud
Banks tbe abolition aud black rrpubUcau
candid ite. Ranks was never tbe bead of the
American pnrty dating that session of Cou
gre or Jtfu rw ird-. He u repudiated by
tbit put ty North and South, then and in the
ubsu-K'Ut pcw.idDllal campaign of lij6.
He wrepcdUlvl by the American of Mas
aachasctis when he ran lor Governor of thai
State, urd -ha iot etuce tefore ih time ht
was eetel Speaker, been - recogulzed a
nemuVr-of the part y,lut on tbe contrary hi
been op,Hisod as ait riiemy. , .
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Dt:srEKfi Altsknativk. Tbe New York
i&reU Kty "the adminUtralion can survive
with.Mjt the party, bat tbe party canuot now
exUi witoout the adtuinisuaUen,-uor can H
be aenarated in from tbe aduiuWtratlon
mi'.bout Involving the final dissolution of lb
tartv.' Whichever horn of this dilemma
the patty UVes, It condition 1 utterly bope-
1cm. 'U is pUla that the administrstion and
'the party " cannot live together, aud it Is
equally plain lh-y caunot live paraud- In
eilbec case they p a ih.
Going to Woaxv-Measr. h'tLso aal
Uatkks, candidata for Cons In th First
DUnv-t, publUlT a list of appointments to
....uua'iujf.tui forty, cooirueucifig on
t, jij.'aud 'Iti on tbe IBla f
Juiy -1 -j w - - - -
9 -1, j . .s.
It ps ho
Two Hundred and Etgbtr Ave Thou
sand liollam for a. lew old Uolks
" It was recentlj announced' by tbe govern
ment organ that tbe Paraguay expedition
"will not cost the government a dollar be
yond the ordinary expenditures of tbe Depart
ment, Except for the purchase of seven low
priced steamers, much required by tbe navy,
at a cost of $289,000, uLich bas been sanc
tioned by Congrets."
As to the quality and capscity of fbeae
"low-priced Bteamers,'r a naval officer con
nected with tbe Paraguay expedition writes
from Montevideo as follows:
Eighteen men-of-war of tbe United States
navy are now at anchor in this harbor, the
most extraordinary 'squadron, in various re
spects, that ever , tailed under the order of
the department. From the Sabine down to
the Metacomet we have before our eyes a va
riety of specimens of naval architecture that
range from tbe sublime to the ridiculous.
There are frigates, sloops, steamers, steam
boats, and canal boats, looking each more or
less formidable and more or less beautiful.
Our gallant frigate would be an honor to any
service, aa the Metacomet would be a dis
grace. It is a medley of size and proportion
such as I have seldom witnessed. Tbe mili
tia vessels sit upon the water, their considcr
ble bulks dwarfing everything aroundfbut
the most uncouth looking men-of-war imag
inable. There is that cunal boat, the Chapin,
lookiug not quite so badly, but the same tub
as the rest. What a splendid object the Met
acomet is for a f.rt. with its machinery thirty
feet above the deck, and its walking beam
ofTerlng the fairest shot that could le de
sired ! Look at the Westernport, Caledonia,
and Southern Star three-knot vessels that
bud to struggle with the Parana current with
such desperate efforts, and whose timbers
would fly from the effect of an eight-inch shell
in a manner at once lively and unpleasant to
all on board. I am glid to say that the Meta
comet will be condemned.
And yet these are the vessels which, from
last account, the Department proposes to
purchase; vessels that have been condemned
tiy their commanders as unfit for the service
iuto which they have Is-en called weak, un
seawortliy, and incapable of the exigencies of
the Ecrviee. I have already informed you
that official reports to that effect have been
sent home; and it is -to be hoped that they
will Imj treated with pioper consideration.
There is but one opinion as to these vesst-ls
a solemn protest is aniiounced by those who
are best capable of udgiug in the matter,
ngaiust their being introduced into the ser
vice. The accounts of the difficulties and acci
dents which were contended with by these
vessels in the voyage out, would condemn
them in the eyes of any man whose vision
might be clear on the subject. Fortunately,
none of them encountered severe weather.
The elements were propitious, or otherwise
their fate might have been different from
their present good fortune.
Another account of these steamers is as
The Caledonia's machinery was so ricketty
that fears were entertained, for her safety.
The Westernport wn also shaky, and it was
believed thut a general survey might 1 con
sidered necessary before these steamers could
be despatched from Jirazil. As reported, the
result of a survey on ibe Metacomet demon
strated her worthlessness, and she would be
sold at Rio or Montevideo. The machinery
of the M. W. Chapin wasabo found to be unfit
for sea. Wantiiiigtvn StaUs.
' 4T The Murfreesboro' Xev says that tbe
only response made by the Opposition, that
the American party - propose to unite with
the black republican party iu opposition to
the democratic party, is "that the democratic
party is corrupt, and that they would prefer
William II. Sewahd for the Presidency, in
preference to such a man as James Buchan
an." Will the Vcic have the kindness to
state what Opposition paper in Tennessee has
made that "response."
' T-ffTbe Union &, Amervxm denies the state
ment which first appeared in the Knoxville
Whig, to tbe eff ct that the General Govern
ment had applied f.r a loan or $300,000 from
the Union, Planters' and State Banks in this
city. We shall expect Mr. Bkownlow will
give his authority for the statement, and he
will no doubt promptly do so.
fiT The Washington States says : The uni
ty of the Democratic organization, likewise,
is seriously if not irreparably impaired by
personal jealousies and the rivalries of fac
tion. It is so in Pennsylvania; it is so in
Louisiana; it is so iu other States. Happy,
'harmonious democracy!" your wealth of
great men has been your ruin.
Every intelligent person knows that the
Democracy in tlillen tit States and s-ctiotis
are unhappily divided in resp'-ct of the most
material issues. Washington Statts.
Then ninety-nine in every hundred demo
cratic editors are either fools or knaves.
Robt. II. Armstrong, Esq., has been nomi
nated as the Opposition candidate for Float
er from Knox and Sevier.
The great mist.-ry of practical banking is
to make payments from, coincident with pay
ments due to, bank. In other words, if the
payment of what is due those institutions by
their debtors were made simultaneously, or
neatly so, with what is due by them to their
creditors, there could be no pecuniary embar
rassments, so far as these arise from bauks
themselves. Unfortunately this is the un
solved problem which has confusi-d their ad
ministrators and perplexed legislators. Banks
have two species of obligation to the public,
their notes and their deposits. There is little
difficulty from their diffusion in adjusting the
payments of their notes, so as lo be liearly
coincident with their receipts. But their de
posits, from -their concentration, puts it out
ot their power to etlect this adjustment. They
constitute an immediate d-tuand, while their
resources to cover that demand are not
available in a less period than from sixty day
to Utrts and eren four months. While this in
equality e.i-ts between one class of their
obligation and their means ot meeting them.
all comtnunilixa in which moneyed cipital
concentrates and tleptisits in bank are large.
will is liable to those contractions or cnMit
that arise from an unusual demand for tbe
payment of deposit in Mjn-cio.
The only bank reform that is entitled to
notice, us a relief from the occasional press
ure of payment for immediate obligations, is
oue tliatwiii mate ID discnare oi mese
pecie liabilities by bank coincident with
their receipt. Such an amendment bas Iteen
proposed. The work recently published by
Mr. Stephen Col will, of Philadelphia, entitled
"Ways and Means of puuixjnt, a full analy
sis l the I rtdit system, ' suggests tnai de
posits should not be payable in specie until
the paper ha matured of which they have
Ihm-ii ib proctHb. Much tbe largest portion
of deposits arise in a commercial ctty Irotn
discounted paper, for w hich tbe party being
credited, become forthwith a Ueivosit, paya
ble in specie ou demand. Now this exjwdient
would entirely preclude one source of bank
eiulutrraM-uieLt dating a moneyed pressure.
Tbe other source of incisional difficulty, bank
notes, briug widely diffused, timely prepara
tion can always be made for their payment in
l b. i would appear to be no other device
by w bicli the dobia ut a bank tu tbe public in
l?poviu, can be made coincident witbtbeir
credit to the public, a to their respective
period ot paymeuL The suggestion of com
pelling the banks to keep larger prcie re-M-rvr.
cauuot be brought, perhaps, within
pr.tcl.CMl regulation without a degree fcfsl
pertl4on that would be too inquisitorial. A
kJBJple legislative euactuicul ot lite tenor lu
dicaled by Mr. Col ill, would accomplish tbe
end without further iuteiicreoee. Tbcr l
justice as tlt as policy iu such a regulation,
jor why fb-siUl tbe 'O-iouiorofa Wukwbe
Las U-u wccmuioiUted wita a discount,
h?e ibe'priTdee ol converting a claim OB
the book of a buuk, the avails Of a discounted
note or bill, hot payable, perhaps, for w k,
iuio an immediate demand for coia leading
to the teuiTal coutractioa of credit and cuv
burraaauieut of the cuuiauuj , . (
William Tu.OtTisa Waw asports-
Uiiu of this ctty, on Saturday lt, sboot an
apple from tbe bead of a rrtend, wttn a rifle,
Tbe apple was r lumped neatly through the
centre, aud the youag man bo bd made a
targvt ulbkWM-ll aeeated to regard Uu matter
aa a very good joke t By request w omit
giving uaxue. but vouch lor lb Iruia of Um
" statement. Tbe distance wa a boat fifleea
- feet, and we were shown two apple that bad
. beta bit to the same way previous to our al-
j riftU. Zwyur CotrvnU, r: $
Hon. tVm. C, Hire.
With great satisfaction we announce that
this distinguished statesman and orator bas
consented to address tbe citizens of Rich
mond, Tuesday, the 3d -proximo, on tbe po
litical aspects and tendencies of the times.
Retired, as be bas been, for a number of years,
from tbe arena of party contests, nothing
short of the portentous exigency to which the
country bas been reduced, by tbe incompe
tency and faithlessness of those in authority,
could, we feel assured, have induced bim a
gain to appear on the field of conflict. It
must be a grave erisis indeed, that compels
this accomplished and eminent citizen to
abandon the more congenial pursuits to
which bis honorable retirement bas been de
voted, for tbe strifes and agitations of politi
cal life. And the counsels and warnings that
come from such a source should receive the
.most earnest consideration of tbe people.- -.
In reply to a letter of solicitation from the
State Central Opposition Committee, Mr.
Rives says: "1 have been wholly withdrawn
for many years, from tbe political arena, and
my present habits of life unfit me, I fear, for
any useful appearance upon it. I cannot but
feel how little it is in my power to add to the
force of the able and awakening appeals
which have been already made by yourself
and others, to the patriotic sentiments of the
country. At the same time. I cannot be in
sensible to the honor, which the Central
Committee have done me by their request, or
to the obligations of every good citizen,
whatever be the measure of bis capacity, to
exert it according to his means and oppor
tunities, in such a deplorable crisis of nation
al misrule as you justly . and forcibly de
scribe." And are there not yet remaining, many
such, who deem that
-"When wicked men bear sway,
The post of honor is a private station'"
yet who, urged by patriotic affection for their
country, are ready to forego all considera
tions of private ease and the love of leisure,
for the public good? Richmond Whig.
Al. The following definition is from -forthcoming
Cyclopedia announced by Messrs
W. & E. Chambers, the well known Edin
Al, a symbol by which first-class vessels
are known in Lloyd's Register of British and
Foreign Shipping (q. v ) and by which the
operation of shippers of goods and insurers
are governed. Surveyors appointed by the
society examine all vessels in course of buil
ding, with a view to ascertaining their char
acter, and inscribing them accordingly in
their register. A designates the character of
the hull of the vessel: the figure 1, the effi
cient state of her anchors, cables and stores;
when these are insufficient, in quantity or
q iality, the figure 2 is used. The character
A is assigned lo a new ship for a certain num
ber of years, varying from four to twelve,
according to the material and mode of buil
ding, but on condition tf the vessel being
statedly surveyed, to see that the efficiency is
maintained. A vessel built under a roof is
allowed an additional year on that account.
After the original period bas elapsed, the
character A may be ''continued" or "restor
ed" for a time (1-4 years ) on condition of
certain specified repairs. When a vessel has
passed the age for the character A. but is
still found fit for conveying perishable goods
to all parts of theworld.it is registered
asterisk in red. Ships -E in black form the
third class, and consist of such as are still
found, on survey, fit to carry perishable goods
on shorter voyages. Classes E and 1 com
prise ships sufficient to convey goods uot
liable to sea damage: the one class, for voya
ges of any length, the other, for shorter
A Woman and Turks Chilmiex Walk
Barekootko Ninety Milks. Yestetday fore
noon a woman apparently about thirty years
of age, accompanied by a little tniy six years
old, a girl of four, and a niece of fifteen, were
found walking upon the levee, through the
drenching rain their thin and time-worn gar
ments scarce covering their nakedness. Mr.
John Baker, the wharf-master, kindly invited
them into the wharf-bont, built up a rousing
fire, and made tbem us comfortable as circum
stances would permit. He then learned
from the woman that she was from Bracken
county, Ky., and was on her way to Pittsburg
where her parents reside, with her two little
children and orphan niece. Her husband
went to California some years ago. and died
there. The woman bad struggled on in
poverty, until she was at length compelled
to return to her former hone in rags.
Without shoes to cover their feet, the four
walked the entire way to Lexington, a dis
tance of Hindu mie. "How weary and foot
sore, and taint and hungered, they became, it
is useless to describe. At Lexington, they
were kindly forwarded by railroad to Louis
ville, and from that point, reaobeu this city
by boat, through the geuetosity of the com
mander. When found upon the wharf by Mr.
Baker, they were iu search of a Pittsburg
fMiat, iu hopes to get passage to that city.
Viacinuati Gazette, 23J.
Death ok Jim Forter. James Porter.who
is known all over the country as the celebrat
ed Giant, was found dead ia his bed, at
Shippingport, yesterday morning.
Mr. Porter was 49 years of age. lie was
bom in Adams county, Ohio, but 1ms lx'cn
living here since bis infancy. He bas U'n
in Ul-healtn lor some time, being ulll.cleU
with inflammatory rheumatism.
htnee the a!ove we have obtained some
further facts in regard to Mr. Porter. He
was born in 1810 near Portsmouth. Ohio.
His father was a ship-builder, and in 181 1 re
moved to this city. Mr. P. had many liberal
offers to visit the Continent of Europe and
exhibit himself, but he invariably d'-clined.
He made one tour through the LTnit-d Stati-s.
He was of very kind disposition. Hi bight
was a Unit 7 feet 'J inches. Air. 1 orter s
mother, the wife of Capt. H.irrington, of
Portland, survives him. as also a sister. Capt.
11. sat up with bim ou -utid.iy .nig) t unt.l a
verv late hour, and left him iu charge of a
servant w ho was to call Cupt. II. if required.
Louisville Journal, 2WA.
Ciiina Trees. The Mobile Tribune learns
from a citizen ot that city, that the China
tree wus introduced into this country before
the revolutionary war, by a mercantile firm
of Philadelphia and Eutontou, North Caroli
na, which traded with China. The first tree
wa planted In the former ctty. but, under an
apprehension that it would not live in so
northern a climate, it was removed to baton
ton, where it grew apace and wa greatly
admired. After It commenced blooming, the
people came as mauy as twenty and thirty
miles to see it. rrorn this single tree, u was
firopagated through the country, ana now,
n most of our cities, it is one of ttie common
est of our shade trees. The first tree was
still vigorous twenty years ago.
Twin Pictures. Here Is a brief but point
ed "essay on man:"
at tea a child, sttwonty wild;
i ' Al thirty, uue.tr er;
Al forty, uv:l finy rich;
At fity g owl, or nvr.
Here Is a brief "esay on woman:"
At Irn a bad, at tcrnty In bloom;
Av thirty , mmM, if ever;
At forty, tiHUcr;al ftfvy, aunt;
i At iuty
The probability is that tbe old lady is little
worse of tbe wear.
A Nrw Chess Proiuot. There la a youth
in our tow n who Is certainly hiding bis light
undT bushel. A few das since be played
over one of Morpby and Andi-rseeu'sgamc,
to the point wh-re tbe Utter resigunl,
aud bad the curiosity to tollow it out lo tbe
final and closely Impending checkmate. But
the longer be played the further off tbe
checkmate appeared to get, aud tbe "first
thing I knew," aay be, "Andt-rssen, won tbe
gauie; aud ibe d 1 fool bad rtigucd twenty
mo v ea law k. ilvltU Mercury.
llollowajr Olntmaut. AAhana, itiv-
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two important truths, we recommend the purchase
CORN AND COB 31 ILL,
For crushing Corn and Cob, Wheat, Rye or Oats, for
Grinding Meal for Family use.
The "EXCF.LS10R" is provided with
Moveable Grinding Rings
which can be renewed at a cost of SI.
Furni.-hed all complete, with t o sotU of Rings $40
cash at the rouudry. ..
JAMFS C. BALDWIN,
No. 37 College street, Nasbvilie, Tenn.
Time Sale or tiroccrlcs
CY HAKIMS, GOKDOX & CO.
On Tueadar, Itlay 3rd, 1859,
WE will oiler for sale, at Auction, in front of our
200 hhds N. O. Sugar, all 60 bxs Ijtnghorn k Son's
250 le choice RioCofn-e; 60 hxs (iodwiu's Rosebud
500 kt;s ShoenlM-rgi-r's Tobacco;
Nails, assorted sizes; 60 hxs Keen ASmith'sdo;
&imi bX8 No. INup; 50 btils inei;.tr.
3iH) SLir Camllus: lm) reels Cotum Rope;
100 Mils. Molasses; A lot of super Imported
100 . do. do.; Brandy.
With many other articles.
Tkkms. All sums under $500 cash all over $600
sixty days for approved endoraud notes, payable Id
apr28-td HARRIS, GORDON A CO.
Dr. A. W. MESECK,
TT'ROM Prussia, now for thirt-een years in Ih'souti-
1 try, with ureal success in his proclu e. 11.S cilice
is on College ttreet, comer of I .iu-, w here e may
l.n ..tiu,illMl nitrtiii-fi II if t.r hv l.illi.r
Ii.:b ir trusO'il 1.1 l.i:i ill time, must van
Nh uniler Iua skillful and geniua trvatmenl. K r af-r-tious
of the lungs, etc., he has a pt-vuliar lucceari-
tul treatment, experimcniea oa uimscii.
Pop Went a Weasel.
Aiiolucv liana In tlie Vlcld.
THK subscriber has taken the Ptor room recently
occopiml by T. J. Minor, on Mtrk-t street, five
rioora Smth from tne Square, whore he is receiving a
general assortment of Staple and Fancv PRV ;oolS,
in connection with a I tre stork of IKKTS AND
SHOia, CLKTHINti, HATS, HONKIS, fcc.and being
ietermiiiad to adhere strictly to the cash sypteai, w.ill
uf course w-ll toHts for a siuall advance. Tbe one
price system greatly preferred, If it can be done in
Tha public re respectfully Invited to call and try
tbe pric ; we thiuk It no trouble to show Rows.
apr27-otda3tw R. D. KIN RAID.
fl'ST recelred and for sale 60 Busba'.s freah and
I choice Millet Seed.
MIZELL, HOOPER k CO.,
apr24-tf No. 6 A S Market street.
"l TE have now a complete st-iek of Shlrt, em-
bracing every style and pattern. Full B from, i
French wove, Marseilh-s and pin in l.irun, Willi ana
without Collars as preferrel, all warranted to he well
mnde and to Ot any lorin. ror sale by
apr23-tf J. II. McT.U.I-
T ECE1VED a etioka lot of Uosomi, assorted form
11 or plaits, and at different prK.es.
apr22 J. IL M.1LL.
Uiider-sliirts and Drawers.
TUST received an assortment of Vnder -wenr of Llo-
I en, Ijsle Thread, Cambric, Cotton and light Me-
rino, Ac. or sale by
apr22 3. H. McGILL.
EVERY vars-ty of Fans, of rearl.whita and
Ivory, Saudle Wood, aud a law 1'araaol Fi
recivil and for sale by
S. II. MrtiHJ-
Coiubs,Urultes, Porte Mounaies
rnRAVnjNG BAR!. TRUNKS, CARPET BACS.UM-
X UKKLLA-. and a geeeral rtirk "t f aocy Uooda,
received and lor sale at utoderata prirea
J H. McCIIX
ladles' and Gentlemen's Furnishing St-ra,
apr2S-tf Corner of Square and Collega at.
B. C. EaiIRT & -CO.
A Rf reef tving almost dailv,by eipreaa, from New
J.X. ork, additioaa, to Uieir already
Foreign and Domestic
Among wluch may b found a few elegant
LS DOUBLE JCPE3 VOLANTS.
We bar. alao aa 4egat Hock of
. . . , PRINTED LAWNS
. a . FANS,
HOSIERY, " "'
DOMESTICS, ; . - ' " .!.. - '
CURTAIN GOODS. ETC, ETC,
All at tb verr kiwaat atbi mc.
aowW , , . C MMZX k CO.
'For New Orleans.
JOHNrft-V . Jesbs Joh.-hos . Hat
ter, will leave for tne above ana an lnierroeoiaie
port THIS IAY,Z8tl,at lZo'clocK K- forinepiuor
passage, saving superior accommodations, apply on
board or to
apr28-lt A. HAMILTON, Agent.
For Louisville and Cincinnati.
fTHE regular fine passenger
E regular fine passenger Ji . 11 ?V
nd freight Steamer R. E. HcT5:L3 .1
1.TO.V. Iavikx. Master, i-" -------g-.-efa.
HAMILTON. IAVinij(. Muter.
will leave for abova and all intoriueUiate porta l-'Kl-DAY",
29ih inst.' at' 1-2 o'clock M Kor Kreicht or
passage, having excellent accommodations, npply on
board or to J.NO. il. liAKKl.-.
For Cincinnati and Pittsburg.
THE splendid passenger and Ji oj , " .
freight steamer ROCHES- fcaaSta '
riSt, ! H. M. DoM-ir, Master, aaBrv . -r-
will leave for tbe above and all Intermediate pons
THURSDAY, Apnl 28th, at 6 o'clo k. For freight
or passage, having superior accommodations, apply
on board or to JNO. U. HARRIS,
For Memphis, Saint Louis and
THE splendid United States
Mail and passenger steam
er CUBA, CoKBrrr, Cantiin,
nil leave Tor tne above and all intermediate
landings, FRIDAY, April 29th, at 12 oMock V.
For freight or passage, having superior accommoda
tions, apply ou boari or to
A. HAMILTON, ' 1 ,
ii. H Harrison; eni-
For Louisville and incinnati.
THE splendid steamer F.FLI
ANCK. J. L. Bares, Mas-U-r,
will leave for the above
aud all i.iu-rmeiliale olaces THURSDAY at VI o'clock
M. For freight or passage apply ou board or to
joun h. Harris,
apr27 id AgeuU
For Paducalt, Cairo &. Menipliis.
Gives through Tirkeli to Louisville, St. Louis
IE splendid passenger
I Usui KM, Captain, will lea
VP - ---asi
for tSimlhlaud and Paducah, THURSDAY, April 'iSth
at 12 o'clock Id. For treigut or passage apply on
board . or to
aprS'-tC A. HAMILTON, Agent.
For Cairo and St. Louis
CONNECTING AT PADUCAH AND CAIRO WITH THE
U.S. MAIL I'AiSKNuKR PACKETS FOR
MEMPHIS AND LOUISVILLE.
Giving throo-h Tickets to New Orleans, Mem
phis ant! Louisville.
rTHS splendid new passenger Jl o, !l -
L Steamer, B. M. RUNYA.V, . X?nS3 . 1
Jas. MiiXRit, Master, Will leave aaW fTi -eiJLJ-
tor the above and all lutermeiiiuie ports on n.-
DAY,the SOth ol' April. al 4 o'clock, P.M. The Kenyan
rillgive through ticket." to all of the above points.
A. HAMILTON, A t8
apr25-td II. 11. H AKRIsoN, Aeuls-
JIessrs. Spalding Rogers
Respectfully announce t1 at their great
New Orleans Circus,
From their Amphitheatre, New Orleans, will he ex
hibited ou board tho r loatiui; I'atare, at
Nashville, on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
and Thursday, April 25, 26, 27 and 28.
Doors open at 2 and 7 F. II.
Apmimsios. Dress Circle 50 cents; Family Circle 60
ceuu; Children 25 cent; OalltThD -5 cents.
IN addition to the Stork Company , the management
have the honor of announcing the followinc For
eign Artistes, making it by far the largest aud most
perfect Equestriau establishment iu Europe or Amer
M'lie Elook Loyaik! Premiere Fom-stricriie de
Cirque Napoleon, Paris, wonderfully beautiful aud
eXHrt, curpassuig an Iiviiik ruler, male or lemaie.
(hirst apcarance In the I nito" Mutes;;
I.ks r kkkvs t onsad I ror tne past o years oie i-a-
tures of thetirqua de PImerHtricr , Pa i Is, consisting
of Mong. Gt iLi ai ms Coskau! the o-leh rated Anlio
dean liicr. (F rst apiH-arance in the I'nih-d Slates);
M"ii8. Caklob Coswao I the fainoi-a French liymnast
aud tirotesq'ie. fKirsl apre iratire in the I . States) ;
klons. 1-kano. is Lo.nkaii I the (i real r rencli Acroimt
and I'iaso. (First apix-araiice in tin United Slate');
Mr. W. O. DalfI tho nstonishing Soil Vaulu rand Ri-
dei from New Vork (Firrt aon-arao-eio tli South.)
Pruf SAKrKnVt thecelehratel S.ai.ili Juvs'er.lrom
the Cirque 11 Siamola, Malriii. (l-irst apa-arauce iu
the I uil.-il Sutes ) Mr. I kamk IIosaiosok I the fa
nious Calistlieiiist and runtoiiiiinist, from Asiley's
Amphitheatre, London. (Firstappearaue South.)
JIVThia is uiiqnestioniihly the most important and
rosily combination of Foreign S ars ever e Heeled In
America, and Involves un expense only justitled by
the exigerciea of their New Orleans Amphilheatre.
In order to afford their Southern patrons the en
joyment of all the great attractions of the Amphithe
atre this winter, there 'II he exhihiteil imineo.-
ai. l v before the Cireus per'oiniM ce, in the 1'AIX'F.
MI.--EIJM, (admission 26 cents entrance oy Iront
IIS, ALXXAKSEK ttOSTAKU !
The Living Skeleton Viol rist a ouderful physical
eouformation. Au enormous
Livmg African Eoa Constrictor !
30 feet long, weighing ?M pounds, which consumes a
dozen mil grown lewis, or t mull run ainiiH iced;
and a huge I1VISO AFRICAN ANACONDA 16 leet
loug, weighing ST pounds.
Also. Id the R1DOTTO SAI.ciON.no board the steam
er James Raymond, imwieduteiy after each Circus
M-r'ormaiice, (admitioa 26 cents,) a newly organ
ised Troupe uf
K. O. Kilaxo, of Rumsey A Newcomh's Camp
E. H. Wi.( hkli , T Matt Peel's Campbell M nslreW.
W. W. Hkooiac, of Rumsey k Newromb' Campbell
J. H. KooLTY.of Matt Peel". Campbell Minstrels.
H. A. Moviuakdk. of Bryant'. Minstrels.
T. C. BrsHXEii, of Christy's Minstrels.
Supported by edk-lent auxiliaru-s. aprlR-td
SILK, Merino, Lisle Thread , Cashmere, plain and
Fancy Cotton, received aud for sale by
mprl2 J- it. sciiiu.
IS;rof s !
if groc s ! !
JUST C03IC FOR SALE !
I HAVE Just recelvsd flfti-en of the hk-hest young
CilRl.-, agd from 10 to 21 years. Come and see
hem at No. 1( Cedar street.
a,n:6-tf E. 3. HWKIN, Agent.
No. 28 Public Square, corner Leaderick it.,
THE cheapest and handsomest ever ofTi-red lo this
market. colors and Odumn i'aiwra , a ill)
asalch llordera, al 14, 20 and 2& ceuu por bolt.
Low Priced Glazed.
A large variety of sew style, and pa I tern a.
Plain colors, Tartd shade., whtia aad fancy grounds,
cxtruauMt Halt papara, Aa.
' Parlor Paper.
Cld, fold of tHtM, an4 tmmn4 goU of all th
Every deer1ptWn of IVcnraVvtf Papar naagtaga.
Paaelhag, Wou.ding, Pilaatera, Columns, CX-rnkea
aud StataHiery of ail kunda. .
Also, a variety of
UEWS, FRESCH,' ITAJJAX AXD AXER.
A Urg lot ot to acd cheap French aad Aaaaricaa
Window lapcr, " ' '
Flam, rra aad bloa glaartf , and oc ic patierM
of Ccrvd aad (otd rhaijea.
DONE DC THE BEST V ANN EC
Tssa. Ceh to aB assail bU.
aprt4-lw , ,
w. v. Yusrs.
Jenny Lind Saloon
rr - A-MeOali.atVaJMr ItmA SnlMaa aad Pta-
1 . lot UUrc; . Tttr4 M"v ef I pa
M .tfc wepr CrAar aaa CtMirry Hvms, ara
- ay a4 Bit Kl, r la rtrWc b.iin,
Te HwararW ra at Ult' aav l ir Ua4
Tibbv, Cb. Cwa LmtiWa. a4 Ivaa. ated l'M-ta vf
ta tsuatU44xabr4 auAttoWa. , ..
THE regular passenger and A. Si'-'V.
freirht steamer JAM3 tefO" I
PUBLIC SALE OF LOTS ?
On Wednesday, tha 4th day of May next.
TE will sell, oa the premises, at Public
Frontineon Holt. Belleville and Hamilton streets.
each lrintinK ft.m 47 feet 6 Inches to 10S feet. Lot
No. 2. fronting ICS feet contains the beautiful resi
dence bailt by Mr. Holt, and is in every res-ct a
comfortable and convenient home, and commands a
fine view of the ty , and is close to the fine residence
of Dr. Watson. 1 he entire block of lot. are nnely lo
cated, and in a thriving and desirable location , and
but a few minutes walk irom tne reutre or tne city.
These lots present deckled adautages to the specu
lator, and more particularly to those wishing to pur
chase for homes.
We would earnestly call the attention of the public
to this Bale. as we are determined to sell.
Terms of Sale. one, two, and three years' credit,
notes well endorsed, bearing interest, and a len re
tained t.-" E- R. GLA.-COCK &O0.,
Real Estate Agents
An Omnibns will leave the Square at 10 o'clock for
the accommodation oi those wisbiuk to attend. Sale
to commence at 11 o'clock. apr21-td
geo. a. brows. Boom. ceo. minx.
MIZELL, HOOPER & CO.,
' AND DEALERS IN
FOREIGN AND MUESTIC LiqrORS, TOBAC
CO, CIGARS, SMFFS, ir,
Nos. 6 and 8 Jlarket Street, .
We have in store
1S5 ba-4S Coll'ee choice
245 dox Painted Duckets;
125 bav3 Aliuonds;
76 " Teas Pecans;
75 boxes Raisins ;J
85 cases Sardines
25 casks Rice;
60 baK Pepper;
45 boxes Tobacco;
75 " Soap:
50 ' Starch:
100 boxes Herring;
500 kecs N.iils -isrted ; 2o0 (-ii-b Cove JJystets;
UK) Lbls Cirter Vine-iar; IOO chests Tea;
425 likKsStarCaudles; : 250 drums Figs:
3CO boxes W. I. Cheese; 100 hhls Newwim Whisky;
7b " K. lUiry " 4 ceroons inuigo
mars-tf . hiv
B. S. HUEA.
P. T. aiKDCUTLL
RHEA, HARDCASTLE & CO.,
Grocery and Commission
ill Elavil A 1T T S .
IN'o. 8 It road way.
iVAsiiviLLF, ri i :a x i:ss i: i:,
A RE now receiving and will kaep constantly on
XI. hand a full and complete assortment ot stores
for Steamboats, and Groceries for the Country Trade
generally, which we will sell low for Cash, or ex
change for country produce.
A share of patronage is most respectfully solicited,
and we promise every court to give satisiaciion.
decs-ly hlirA,HARIC ASll.E A CO
KEW EIRMTIRE HOUSE.
S . F . GOULD
o. 7. College afreet,
(THREE IHiORS FROM Clll RUI STREET,)
S now receiving a full and well selected stock
of the latest styles, and from the best M an u factories,
consisting iu part or
RosMTOod, Mahogany & Walnut
Oak, Walnut, Mitbof:ariy and Rosewood
C 1 1 A M H E R S KTTS,
Mattresses, Chairs. &c.
With everv desoriplioii of work usually kept by Fur
niture dealers, all ot which will be sold at the lowest
CHEAP COOKING STOVES!!!
CHEAP COOKING STOVES'!!
CHEAP COOKING STOVES!!!
S we shall hereafter routine our dealings aa far
J as Coal ',kiliK' Stoves arecom
TROPIC, w hich onuiima the smoke and gas ol the
coal, we oiler a grout variety of Coal Cooking Stoves,
ol patterns that hitherto havu always oeea appeared ;
of, at very low prsces.
aprSS-tf. 14 t'olUjr. Street.
WATER COOLERS AND BATH TCI!!!
WATER COOLERS AND HATH TUTS!!!
WATER COOLEltS AND HATH TL'US! ! !
MACKENZIE A M1NCIIIN.
aprtS-tf. 14 College fctreet.
APLKAX &. SOX,
Flock, CojhI r.nd ote IlrokVrs,
.Nriotiiiturs in Bit binds of Scrnrilirs,
Bank Building, No. 19 Nassau Street,
a v asa a. h'isas. j. v. ri iistok h'ieas .
Mir Particular attention paid lo Southern Railroad
Mining, aud oihersocurities.
LOOK AT THIS !
T i FFFK for one i.f the nvwt valu able Farms on
A the Mississippi River, SS miles ahote Memphis,
near Ashporl, ci-niaiuitig l-"oo acres, with aluait
of a mile Ironl litlacrea nejrly ready for cultivation.
It i-m- unusail aciv.uit ipi s forao. ar:
Mock liaising, Grm, CotU.n or .Iiimi any produce if
the soil preferred. Any amount ! go d dry wooOraa
be 'l'l at a fair price. The lutihrr couni'-ls ol a l uge
quaniity of fine Hark Walnut, Sa-a ilras, Muiherry,
Honey, Ixu.i,ash, Maple, Coikmi Wissl, H.ukherry,
I'll jo.lkr, 1 iinher and t -oie on it la evidence of Inb
land. This Farm has ulVachod lo II a small is'aud in
the tnhl. He of the front, arouud which the chu'epaa
es ; tu moderate high wab-r, the toot of it gives a
harbor for a V immI Ivml, against the drift or Ice running
where the wood yard and improvements are ; alsoi
a prot-'lioti to wmm1 asainsl the hilnsl wati'r by stor
iug It bai k along the chute and run the boat lo it.
saving once hanl hug II. lmtirovements, a g usl dwel
ling and nut hius.s all new. It is only to see Una
Farm lo appre lau- itsva'ue and um:. i.ii adaiil.ij.i
ol location. 1 will sell a barram or - l.artfe It ir i
snr all imifnvel plat e eay k l'i JO i rm, ln:u 1 to
ft miles of N.ahv tile, Iaioisv ilU-, St. l.tut or Vlt-utpba,
aud will gire Pheral ct e-itls oa Hie balance. I j.-t ii
ally make qua k sales, le Lg a room lor pun Iumm a
locomphiiu. IxtMO in time if you a ant a No. It arm
uiaio the grcatt-st river in the wort I. For further
lU.'ormalKin adtlreas uie al Nashville, Tenn., or apply
lo James Jidtostu, nt ar the tarui. lie t ill Vo Ute
land If I am Dot there. K. 1 VHKY.
LMiuTille Journal, M'-mpbis AtiM-ala nt M lxuis
Republican copy to amount ol 13 and i li..ri-e Una of-
dice. pi l lnaa7w
"W l-.lili lXSllUUW
Which of thee will be In the newspaper report of
your lo by Fire f Apply at ourr, to
MASII At M A It tt t
And obtain taJemnuyt
aprlJ-tf No. 24 College Street.
31 R . t) O L H I A 11
CONTlStIS to rw NFW PCI1L. In Wr tm.
Ilia Pul.ila are correctly and thuruii:bl Uuighl.
He car. m t how ir.au V auaaeeeaa'al atteiupis ihry
may hare made, all ca b auocrasiul who wi.t.if
Room -nmr tbe rH-wa of J. H. MfiiiH, corner of
College atrot aud ih rubbv hpiara.
LANE & B0DLEY
Wood Working 31arhlnfry,
And Circular Sav lilU,
CarnrJha 4c WaUrat Inctataiav
Of American Portraltare.
Corner f Inl mud Cllce Streets.
ri'iiM estahli-bmeat. tha axis eslenslva to l
1 !K ltirt. av II 4lnea W b IT r af
tka taalik-o tbd r..ty of our t -:t.uy, wbah fti:y
mt,.. tlse aentimrata uf Ibaaaada, U-at at alU
great iMPUiUCM fug
t . 31eIalnotjrpe!
and Ambrotf pe!
At tbta bnaaa a!i partarea ar. w arrai.lod W yhm v
so c har wtU ha laaaa. ' -
Wa would aisrva!ly lavlta Ihsco&wSfcMtv aad hnr
fraada la getsrval ta - aur gt at lia'l d tr.i
la. kv-r Httwrt u tha at c 1- br u-el Nr
a a. Ivviawa aaa a ansa, ta H kacaikeaev
rtwrfnl liaaraaaaB, lA a Ha k
ssxcy tv. Jb-, Horn. Caa Juto, A. V.
tb-e.a. J. A. Helm, lr-a. H- raer. aad a tvas
aa-t etiwra tray lifp Fa-rc, avav.t9gk, j
l3Jt , raya, IWua, tvus. Ar, aa twv. iw.
Unr, A-. a.
o-a t tfe. ab. aaa b. bad at a lew pf tee at
' 1 Dressing Koben.
TCT ta kvaAJ a ari4 f F-AbeatvCt..aBbr.at v-
TPIOMSOIST & CO.
Are now opening their STX0ND IMPOETATIOTi' r F0VZ1 A1H) BEAUTli UL FABlUCS rcr
Summer Wear, many ol abicb were luaue iJU'ttESSLY iXiH HiE IhAbk. Oi' 1'Au.ls.
Beautiful Grenadine Robes ;
Elegant - Organdy Robes;
New Style English Barege Robes;
Rich Silks in' ISTew Designs;
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF ELEGANT GOODS FOR
Walking and Traveling Dresses;
A LARGE AND BEAUTIFUL COLLECTION OF
Novelties, in Embroideries and Laces;
ORGANDIES AND JACONETS,
IS THE NEW COLOR
II K A 1 LACE V O I
V.liVlU.WY IMXS, I'OMttS, aVc ,
gats, Caps phd ncs.
Modeler of Fashions,
AND DEALER IN
HATS, CAPS AXD LAD1CS Fill i
Mo. 23 l'ubllr Square,
Nash villi-;, ti:n m:ssi:k.
ARIa NOW COJII'LLTK AT
The Yonns Southerner.
th tTitP.ii'Tn-ri. t .vnnoitv
HAT, AT JJ
The Brazilian Draitl.
FEW Just from Newt'rleana
The 507 Style.
A SEW ASK riKACTl ILL FIX! HAT FtK M M
J. UtW, fur ale by
J. FRANCISCO ,
S'. -J.'i PnMir Square.
Shot and Lead!
r(( n.Cf.S Mini all siaea;
J looo ("-una. I-atl.m sioreand for sale by
mi.k:.i., IIOOI IK at ID.
Qfl TON'S hot blast Pig Iron. just received and for
mjt a.le by l. IK I'IChtV.
From th Albany Advertiaingf Agency.
M A L T W I N E .
McKnight's Malt Wine.
fl'IIK suhsrriher oflera for comparison with any
A hi ami of
ln,i.,rlivl 11,. I,u UtIT WIK
ids commence In the suporioruv ft ll.l superb el
tract of Mait and H r is warrai U-d by the unrivaled
rr""'"1 ,l uu "-d- attained la tne taaleru i-fcd
VI 'Idle Slates.
lis l.io.lu. lion Is lit result of SO years' practical
exiwrienci comi-iiietl mill the la.'Hities sn4iiei iy
one of ttie htrfesi Iheacra-a la tho t r.uetl Males, ca-
taming all the latest impiovi loeiiis, atioptei ls-r a
re. tt cri-onal in-pe. tsiu of tlie llrilish llrewersri,
w ith the c r-- lea ol intro i ut ll. ! a
STANDABD'AJfEBICAN MAT.T LIQUOR.
It t a pure, dieu tic beverase a stomach1? ret.r-
alive and I uie -le ill d ni-ktLi h r bbU use. for
bole la aud lor invaluia tmarleoietl bv ilin.aie, aud
oi l at a price Inflow eyen the imitation foreign aie.
for Ana! sis I.ecommeudaliiHiS and I urt Ucr partic
JOHN MiKMOHT, lirew.r,
i: a c i; s
THE SPRIafi HIEETIXG
insUvlllc Course, 1
WILL COMKIKCE OK TIT ESS AT, MAT 1TTH,
SWEEPSTAKE EE EE IX)R ALL AGES.
One M.lr Heat, a?)) Ijiliaiite; A0 Forfeit,
;-nl l A IlWlhe rlilera b. f line Ieaa, by Albion:
dam, .oiana; lour JeaisoJ.t
W ;. lU'uUig uu ra nr. I. isnut-ssee ; 07 r.u"a.
dam, Kate kn-r. by I ram; lour jrara old.
f. fe. Vrrriwetber enter, cli. u kiat Mi kinney.iiy
Ambassador; lism by l aciik , four y ar oid.
. "WXDKESDAT. MAT 18TH. , .
Sweenatakea fr thre ear ulda;w. Mite Ueata;
flow loitraace: It rorfeii.
A. loraer eer rb. r , ly Jta.naasaiov; aaaa, 10a
t.uild Jt IllyUi. enter br. c. 1-au Ifc-iry, by Aibioa:
dam bv Jerry.
W. U. Harding enteii bl. C. by AlItsM ; 0am, uaflk-
Ht. , ty far inc.
Also, b. ( bv Fp.Pi B ; dam, SeaMrd by raciBC.
THTTESDAT, MAT 13TH. -
rroprtetDr'a l-arse I00; Ooa Mil. Hta.
rMDAl. MAT 20TH.
Fweevwtakea with acuied three J ear oUls , Oaa
Heats; 100 Fatraac.; IJ) Eorfeil.
A. Turi.er ruk-ii rb. f. tr ia.laaDr;a Ha
C. t i. rr aether et tera i h. c. JUiU JlitMwdaia,
bv Aiaba.sattor; dam by PaciCr..
W H rrt tg rutera ILc.ly A.'ttoa: aaJBtuaa-
au, by i0c.
AlM.br st. by r;ih-n; flam, sa aira, ay raciac.
J. ii. W.:k,n- n ttini th. g. by A.tnam1nr; taaa
ATHKDAT, MAT J1ST.
Profrwti 'a pars, af tJOO. Twe V V. I! rata
aprlC-tJ . iaa KAatl'U. J. CAfETEIt.
A MatrH for i,000
"V'T rilX r.. oil aver the Nashv Cm Tru Casaraa,
oa Till K.-1'AY . MAY UTU.W lUfbu, KJm
Ji'-'- ; larva twe ut -.t.
W. T t beatbaaa aasbea br. b. Cap. AMiay.
t."r tawassr gr. aa.
ai-iv-ul t aa OAatLLX. J. CARTES.
" Tharaoa v lA kik day i f May a it, aa il..
J BM-a, I profaw to aril at pvta uto It ka. ta
Ida aJ Jaae . iota rule'? a l' i'Uail.4a Use
Oiyrark. tbkMlmlM Wa.na.av-a, lUi. ua
a4 slasa atraa,axa ioO f fal Ss a4 I'.i ksrt
Talou art aH af aa aatl, wed (vrJ s sta foretsl
tea, la a rij! tm;-i -i-t ar ! a.-d, ktit all
is. tlTurt WtbaCVv Fr,aud lt"l det.
si. kaa.a f, e h wiak aal and Coaifw
(.1. bwjaca lor ta Ucix.kMl Lha buuaaa tAa
phMa vtk fall iswrripOoa tt Laa LMa C1 Va raatty
ka a ft-w CIA
- Tf itM..-ie,laaaad thre year, - aa aas'.a
Iwewarn aecur. ' py!i4 ua liaaA, bcau-4 bUfM-
a4 a l rataad. u.
!..( 14 A-M.
ajilk-td. . A-T..UUitlXT.
"VIOLET DES ALI'S."
THOMPSON & CO.,
NO. 59 CdUJ-XlE STRKET, N.-5HVnXJ. TKNN.
W . T . R K R R Y
HA VK JIWT HfCKiriV
FIIAKF.R8: CompetitJium of the Orirln, riislorr-
1 1 rli.nples. Kuleisnd reri.U.ti..rs,4.i v ri n a-iit ai d
I Iloetrliwu ,.r !.. I.. i.m.A u....i...- ..r .... i. . .. .
Second Appi artng, w ith Pi. ,r. hi.s i f Ann lee, Jas.
luttaker.J. Ilia kn. It . J. Xleai ham and I.ui v Vt i h I t.
Py F. IV. Fvaim. 1 vol. lsmo.
rf - -r- .
ONWAPP; Or, Tn Mot iTrs rurinii. A
Tale of Progress.
1'y Jane Al u Vu rttui. 1 vol.
looking Ipaar.'s; Cvi u snd J-stie; Ti c Fan ily
atA' rvne; (iflll'flli.Mt Aa nv : 1 ti.te.nvorn g ; Id
ward Arn.ld; p. er, et Si Me; Little Jlnrij ; Poor
Jamie Clark- Fle. t hue unto the lUn. pt ; 1 l.e
and Huts; The Prut kurd'a CiJi.ne; Vle lufaul'a
Ministry; Stand Still, oh! M sr. and 1 Mile Aunh; Tho
Ihaky t.lenn; Sulone: n i.'.ow MtJ ce.i. Mf!a and
lona; Clou-'a and Fiuislm e: 1 'aiil.V Cot ii I 1 aith'a
VlcUtry; Ke. anion; Summer lays; Tie Fading Ho
er; Tlie I nexperled Arrival: A rrt.l n r I a v : 1 he
Wnuulnin Top ApeHriiir; lln. tnii(; Ou; The t-ire'a
Pirthday ; The Summit t.'ained.
ASSSACFJ FPOM TIIF A TT TK-cr ATHT OFPIH
XEir.LAIiV MoKi:aN 1 vol ,l-.'mo.
From the London Atherai in. J
"This volume brims Uh sense, cleverness and lm
mnr. A lively and entei t.iing rolle. I it.n of grest
man's thoiigl t and quuk ai nan'a . tservulii-n ; a
hook lo be read now for am us- inenl,and rn besought
hcrealler for reference."
Front the !ndn fiilly Newa.J
"A rliarnilug Fok. It Is lorg sinre 'he resdtrg
pub Ho hit a been admitted so prrat a treat as thia
fascinating rolle. i. n cf w il, aurc.lote and gosip. It
is a deligl.tfol rrnuuim rncr o a brilliant asl, told by
one of the best wlu still extant."
V.T. Iti:iti( V & ., Pnblle qnar
IoriJrntt and rhnrcflrn frrm life in lie
BY MIRIAM FLETCHER
Wilt an introduction by W. p. Ftrirlland, P.p.
Two neat voluaiea.
In Pr. Sirs k land's introdw ben to
ha says :
" hare perused the pg af 'Tar MrrsieMsv
llh .l.url.1.. u. m. A . .. . l . r . 1 .
1 " ..i-iim in..
t "rk of flrtion we ever resd prfse..es hslf Hie-
j charm win. h thia does, and a kat Is. yastly better, It
., ,,,, , ,WKkrD lie ,., eg )ni.
! . ..
prove i.e neart.
aayathe PufTslii Adyorate, "will have an extenuve
rirrulatH.n and ierual oulsh'a if tha kl el bod 1st de
nomination , lor it is really Interesting "
jrsT itu riTKn rtr
XV. T. m:UItY A C'Orablle Kanarr.
Clrrk and .MnMf r'fale of Lol
iu ci if roii.
Jaraea Bridge aad others vs. Matthew Bridget and
BY virtue ef decree .r the Honorable Circuit
Court al Nash vi lai. ln.ro -e. , pronoui c ed in tl.a
a hove cause, st Ma Ser4ra ker Teiai, 1S. I will ex
p.e to pubis- sale In U,. I. 1 1. est bidder, al He Court
House In tha City f Nasb vi fh-,
On Saturday, tbe S'lh -ay cf lfril,
Tlial valcabb- Trrrl rf Isd kat-mnas'le Pr-.'fee
Horn. I'Ui e. i ! . 1 ki 1 1 . s 'r. n ? s.h U e It 11 g
between the U-t T' n t rtmSi 1 'aa beriaad
river, ben g I ol, ij ,1 4, u, J e p r(n i f II
Cliftoo ro c-1 . . 1 0 r 1 W. t.t taer.t) nTrAri.s.
Said land is . I.; f. r ai l is m
Iraaa or .--ir ... , al 'lk. i. 'i' rnr na
and lw yrai ' r. it I 1 , 11 . ..11. in in I t. n )
er Ai ra It. . s -a j ( 1. 1 r srt- 11 til Ir ir.
quired af the er I . . 1 ..! lu u tait l si tu II
pun hao tuns, j 1 at.
r ATii c. nvr,
marlo-td Clerk Jlaitrr.
(T411 1 r XM11J, TENN ,)
TFNTI P. I a 1 r. ( .1 i l aervirra In lha rllfers
of Sahv 'II, i 1 4 ,.!,. t He las bisru a. lueiy
er.oirvd la 1' i .nnf b.a lrwroi.11 hi all 11a
brant bea for la.t ireu )rar,at d kopra ly
atrirt all el Hi 1. I . if. 1. trader saUHaCltua ta all
wba mi j fav- f e a nh a. all.
t'9-a Na. 1,1 I eirv Hrert, prar Capt. Fl-ken
ew reatdrl. . U r.. it-lt 1'rart Urt,i"rth .VaU
A M."V CLASS
tTjnX nwiaaeae aa Monday re
V V SUl M M Tber. M BO
ekrgant or aaefal aroosnplialiwsebt fur
ladiea.tliaa Utat tsraauiut art. aad
a.w. au aasiry tataiaea.
Ttua k were th rk lei r taa ruiaramea
baibbag" sa Pboanraphy iliat practiced oa
Uks M tb H rh N fc -.'.bare foYaaed a rery wrong
iaiioa mt what phonography H. T r-rrert thia
npu.swi,ak tlx aba uiad itthera aad hart aitca
in el it witb Mr. V.
Saw pui '.la m
B!va4 daily over the Slora of J. IL Mciiifl. .
Meaaa caU aad ava Mr. iX kCuva kua eiaaa agaaa. ,
R. J. LYLES, .
aockt fob rmm
Parehase and sale tt IVegroes, !
1; S3 Ce4r -tret,
nA V1M parvbaa lks aettra b tenrst of H. H
llayaea. any lai. partaer.ta lha houacawaaw fey
aa, I wdicuaiiaa. ta fe.,ainaa aad in at all limea
prervad uaAagaab advaacta ea Kegruea left wtka
asa hr awka
t' AT LOW EATE3
.IV;., .. ATTH - U.
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