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r the beat Interests of The City Press ight or j Niw Oau5ua,Hsrch 16. The wither t - HQS hmlle patriot KT A. 4iixt a. cj xr. S. CAItlP & IMA UtUCMS1- co. IRA p. Junes , :. jltirS F. BA1CHER, AnocuiU Ed er. Offl K. 16 Deader! Street. FOB PRESirEXT, JOHN BELL, r Tcumm ;:.liLECTOKAL TICKET. FOR THE STATE AT LARGE. HAI1.IK PETTOJI, ofMmBr, C. TATLOB,;f Carter. MONDAY. MAECH 12, 1S60. CuAcro Cotxtt Lis". The custom bu -wi.. nn in T-enslturr.otcbancirjz the kivtvu w s . -r . line Letweea coaatiea, upon ry flight rroand. Sometimes it is done to scconmo uate Indieidual conrtcience, and' sometime . . fa minister to party advantage. There bare ' been probably a greater number of proposl tiooa ol this kind before the present Legisla tare than any f its predecresors. Satur Cay morning was devoted by the Douse to the Consideration of the bill to change tbe line between the coanti-s of Bedford and Liu- eoln. with a Inree number of amendments changing those between other counties the remit of which, we are gratified to say, was tbe rjlion ot the whole batch. The proposition for a change of the Bedford and Lincoln line was made two years ago, and failed siznally. It now brought forward ty the floating rcfreattW from RoUr fWdsnd Bedrrdd was Tigoronsly resisted br botli the Kiprceentatircs of B-dford and Lincoln proper, ilcerta. Wise.nkb and BitB, ' who. notwithstanding a strong party prcsore from the democratic sitU of tbe Iloore, sue ceeded in def'."ating it by one Tote. It is of great imporUir.ee that the boundaries and limits of the rarious counties should be certain snd stable. The minute attention to details on the sut jt kbown by the fratnera of tLecoitstitutiou. proves that this was their view; and we are mire that it is tbe popular opiaia of the State. We hope that tbe ac tion of the House Saturday nuy be per mitted to stand as a precedent, and be observ ed as racb; and that hereafter none but very -strong impelling reasons will justify a de parture trotu it. Tbe custom is becoming viciuua in practice and frequently so in motive, and we trust that henceforth both the political parties will unite to correct ii. Tte Knoxville Register, the orgnn of the democracy ot East Tennessee, does not a?ree witb Gv IIakru about tbe necessity of a conference of the Southern State. It republish his message to the Legislature traasmitting to that body the resolutions of the Legislature of South Carolina and Mi. Msippi, and accompauies it witb tbe follow ing remarks: South Carolina and Mississippi, two of tbe sovereign Statrs of this Union, who have as dep an interef t in this Union as any otbT two States, and who have equal right with a ly other to judge of "tbe necessity and pro priety of a convention nf the slave bo'diuf? StaU s," h ive expressed the opinion that such n convention is uecescary, have appointed lclfgates to such a convention, and have re pectfutly invited the coiigeration of their sister Slates. A decent respect for their pinions and filing, should prompt the oth er Southern S'aies to'-concur in their re mminendalion.'' There is no doubt "that the pe pie of Tennessee are loyal to tb Con- ituiion." The same can be said witb equal ' liotb ot ?oufh Ciiroliua aud Mississippi. If thre has not been an anjnt and nn co lslitutionnl warfare upon the South and her institution," we would like to know what won d constitute such a warfare. If there Is no danger to the Unicn, the party press ot the South should cease their clamor in ibis sutject. We are one who honestly Deli, ves there is great and Imminent danger, and if dissolution is averted, it must be by tbe united effort of the South. No better plan can be adopted to srenre united effort, than by means, of such a coo- f fence. But if tho.se States a bo proclaim that tbe "Union must and shall be preserv ed,' refuse to consult with their equnls. It only remains lor those States who feel them selves arzried. to take the "mode and man ner of redren in their own hand. . It needs uo combined effort of the Souto to dissolve tbe Union, one Stale can do this, but it will require their united efforts to prrscrve It- Ami we presume the Rfjuier. as a represen- tttiveof tbe South Carolina doctrine of se- - : 11 t. -i:al r Mnni Kt.l." should mal e b attempt to dissolve tbe Union It would be well enough, perhap. for this to be done for South Carolina, for instance, to CBootc her -uiode and manner of redress" and secede. She won Id then be taught obe- Aence. and tbx States who coincide with b -r, a lesson which they would n vrr forget. But it South Carolina is not yet "blue mould ed for want of a bating," tbe leston can be postponed. ties, Jackion and ih siomtberst 11- tralata. Tbe Philadelphia Prere says the whole ten dency of the policy of the Southern ultraists, who bave. of late years, endeavored to con trol tbe Democratic party, has been to ignore the teachings aud precepts of tbe great mod ern leader of Democracy General Jackson ; ad each new triumph they hare succeeded in effecting over bis policy has been attended with a corresponding degree of injury to tbe intrinsic strength snd power of the Democra cy of the country. To denounce bis doc trines by implication is tbe common, every day employment of th great body of the Statbern ultnist; but it Is not often that we find them so directly and emphatically denounced as in an article in their leading organ, the Charleston Mercury, of the 3d lost, 'wbicb is styled "General Jackson's Procla- mtlinn nd its Results," and commences as follows: "There l an avenging Nemesis in public as in private affair. Wrong produces wrong and then comes vindication. We have said, that the jutt great downfall of tht Democratic party sm it (J mmtl J ttu NS proc tarnation, and Us sitppori by the Democratic ptriy.' ; The Southern ultraists of whom the J'reti , speaks, and whom the Mercury represent have succeeded in getting tbe control of tbe democratic oigaidsati.aa South, and at this I lay,' what was true democracy when Gen. Jackson was its exponent, ix" heresy. the rankest berev. Nullifies! ion awl Secesaioo from being regarded as treason, are now I J tori le theories, which, if the courage ware nMt wanted, wou'.d W put Into practice. - - i V Srlbo PitUburg and Chicago Railroad 4'iiBfany offer to ticket passengers from t.'bic&gn to Charleston from $,50 for the touiid t ip. If the Lout.ville and Natbvllle'and .......... . . .1 . 9 . . t . . 1 4 0UiiauK i ai. i voir suuici.o lUUUce- Uieni.a l.trte poruou of tbs dl.gaia from the Wetand Northwest. g.Jug v the Charles, ton GonreotJon, can be divert dia tbisdi- . W f I - art ' - Wantl.-!.!! la. Xit trust tbe railroad. fromLii.vine lo Cl ties ton will make such a comaiuiaiiun ol I lft -M indnee the rr eater Dortlon "' I tne western au . t V, .l..l-. t. m ... I take this route, U bat aay the bupt riotend- I eut! . . I ' JaCXox, Covvrr I jjicnoat. Tbt Mlowlng I waa IB rusuli or the late election la jacasoa i . . ..... . i. county. All lot toe virenit vxwrt wteta sr i Opposition men: George If. Ray, Sheriff; Albert Brooks. Circuit CoortCletk; Villiama Cox. County Clerk j Carroll rotcll, Trustee; Z tcbariah V 3 Uuer, lwegttcr ; Jofen I Brown, Uereuue CU dor. "gyW always t-ltilre the tam wba, wbca ke4 buw oU be was, am-vered 1 1 . Wast forty jtu bat if you eonnt by tit U l'T4 txa, i ia it Icaat right J." a Tbe Knoxville Reguttr says the pic- posed Southern Conference "is aUnionraea are." So it U, a ra-asar to secure tbe onion o malcontents "who conspire. agsinU tie onion of the States. That's a sort of onion mea-ure that Gen. JaCxsok would bavepro Cia'med to be trtatan. - zJ '. Geiilns and Bllsery. : - Professor J. II. Ikoraham. the well known snd popular author, has been contributing some sketches lately to the Southern Fold and Frreride, An gusts, Ga. In the course of tbese be def criles a vixit to the grave of S. S. Pbek. riss, at Natchez. MUs., and takes occasion to explain the secret of tbe unhappy and irreg ular life of that marvelloas ' nd meteoric genius. Witb what glowing admiration and wi lb what lender sympathy Professor Is.gr HAX touches tbe theme, tbe subjoined extract will show : r , emerging irom a romantic dell we came upon a high road whicb led us to a small brick enclosed cemetery, half hidden by shrub'x-ry. We bad inquired for Prentiss's grave, and we were told we should find it within Ibis qoiet enclosure, wherein three or loor ancient looking, moss-grown tombe were .S T 1 t 11 . a . viMDie, nsii oofcurea dv vines, lue iron gate was locked. I climbed it. snd making ray way ttirougn matted grass and tangled creepeis, stood before the upright slab of white marble which marked ihe retingp!ce oi toe great orator, i band my bead in tbe presence ol the mighty dead : for. wilb all bis infirniitie. Pteutistt was tbe peer of tbe greatest intellects of his age. Justice has not yet been done to bis noble character. Ilia errors are all referable to bis physical infirm ity, u- was lame very lame, and bad been so from his birth. When he grew to boy- nooo. s-nviuve, aca talented and ambitious be felt keenly bis lameness, and wept over a deformity wbicb, in his own mind, degraded bim in toe presence or Lis schoolmates. Ear ly be learned to taste tbe bitterness of an ambitious and lofty spirit, feelinc physical inferiority, while be was proudly conscious of intellectual superiority. When be became a man bin painlul sensitiveoe to bis lame ness led him to withdraw himself from ail fe male stii ty. Under the cloud ol bis morbid feelings be fancied woman scorned him. lie felt bumbled and degraded in b-r presence, Tbe b-.irb thus rankled ever in bis bean. He did U"t know till long tterward,'wben a love ly woman gave him ber heart and band, that a truf w oman is Interested more bv Ibesplen dor of mind in man than symmetry of person; that leautiiul woineu look rather to tbe In tel 1. ct aud are dazzled by it, no matter how plain tbe casket. For thiriet n years of bis earlier manhood he refused introduction to ladiirs. Such was ibe wu-itivenes of this proud nature! lie well Knew nis on intellectual powers, and knowing them, he d-spied more and more his infirm body, aud believed thai all others did. l ' l bis luce was wonl.-rf jliy handsome. His bead whs large nnd nob'e. aud urand in outline. His smile wusb-autifnl. His pow ers of conversation were imperial and uua proachable. yet constantly feeding upon his own niorMd emotions, he despised him set!'. He f.-lt (lik- some mighty angel in chains,) Im und to a body that lacked the full and per fect impress ol bis kiud. Tf is one unemliira- tle idea was never absent from bim. Once an injmlicious friend, indiscreet with wiue, said. IVenti-s what made you lame!7 "Gotf curst. ir!'' Tli-n. mining his buck upon him, witb a lip trembling wilb unlatt omal.Ie fieling. be covered bis luce witb bis bauds, and basu n- ing-to bis chamber cast himself upon the l d n a paroxysm of bitter weeping. ho could not pity Mich a man? bo shall wonder, ou. uncharitable Pharisee, that be sought relief at the gaming-board, slaking thousands reck lessly upon a c ird, or in tne intoxication or Ihe wine-cup? He gambled not for money; he drank not from love of strong drink; but to escape the pressure of damning thought. The sibt of this infirm limb at times would drive this proud man to fierce despair. V hat cared he for the sots wbo Hocked about him and drank at bis expenoe? Tbey were his tools, lie made use of tlem to help bim drown reflection. They drank for sens ml thirst; he to quench the tires of thought! IK- despised them. Not one dared to take a fa miliarity with bim. He wbo spoke to bun lightly of of his lameness, was unforgiveu by him forevermnre! Wbo will fling the ston? Who will con demn? Who can judge bim. who was never n his plat e? What mind can cone, ive of the utellectnal and moral torture of this proud. brilliant geuius. going through life baling his own form, and shunning, for years. God's greatest and bet gift to roan, for a senee ol self-degradation in woman's presence? No, justice has not been done to this gr?at nd wond'-iful man. He was understood by but a few of his neareet friends oeverby bis boon companion. They faucied be was such a one as themselves, when he towered above tbem like a prince, and d spiaed them like a god. His own brother, who wrote his life in two volumes, d'd not at all comprem ud his true charactf r. and has unawares left a false and unjust impression of bim upon tbe mind of his read rs. Even tbe grave lifts up its voice in echo of the vulvar opinion which classes bim witb ordinary inebriates and reckless gam -ster-1. I was with pain that I read the inscription upon the h- adstone; it is wilb sonow 1 copy it. I give it telow : ".I'tbou. I. rJ, Looldt mark iniquity, wboa- sl' a'amt f Bat ther is forfWnrM with Tbee, that Thou majst l e f ared." S. S. Premiss, born st Portland. Maine. September 30. 1808. Departed this life at Natch. z.July 1, 1850. Had not ihe by Bible some other verses than these bitter ones? We are ail sinner" ; but why thouid this man be beld up thus as a siuner mote than all Another blorloas Trlomph for t In. elnnail-tret Locomotives a e eidrd Snreeaa. We are proud to say that a Cincinnati me. cbainic ha again achieved a noble triumph. Last Digi t at 12 o'clotk Mr. Ab-xand- r B. Lalta bit njiht oat bis new Street Railnmd Locomotive for trial, and a glorious trial it has provi d. In company with a large no in ber of Railroad men and citizens we have enjoy"! a tide uahind the tir-t Cincinnati Street Locomotive. It was a ncce in ev, ry enc of the word. Tbe engine passed up Front to Main street, and around to Fifth tnd Race, where a car was stationed ron- ainlng an eager company of invit d gu sts. The engine and car were soon attneh-d, and sway we went, wilb an easy and pleasaut motion whicb delighted every passenger. At rifih and ine and several other plaeea on tbe rout-, carriages were met and panned, and n t a single horse evinced ihe least symptom of alarm or fear for there waa nothing to affright tbem. - We mention this tbe moro particularly, as many bave con ceived it intKssihf to build a street engine which will not Startle horses. Owing to ibe rain storm there was an unosual larg aum b-r of v, hie lea returning Irom halls, in the stre t. ' Another feature worthy of high com mendation, is the absence of noise; the quiet nes with which the locon'Oiiva. run was sur prising: Tbe noise Is not greater than of a Car moved by h or sea. The engiueer pos ses the most perfect control of the ma chine, slopping and starlins; witb a prompt ii em whicb delighted os. Surprising as it may fern, it is nevertheless true tbat tiff cats stop much more Instantaneously than tby do when Itouraea are attached. No difficulty wa experienced in toiul.ig curves. r.veu ihe doublt curve at lb and John street Waa pa. a d over without troul 1c. Mi. Lalta prp- to alT'.rd our citizens au wpportuuity 1 wiioe the perfortnatte ol tbe l.ocis. moiiv tut uorutn, wbeu it wilt be ruu over nearly .all tint track, in Ibe city. It would te I lly lo claim that m ehiue nerfect ly new sitouid run with witb that smooth- ness a hie fan only be atUimd by tbe fiic itonofuae. Yet, iu every eMcutitl imrtic ular. this macbiua of Mr. Latta'a accomDliat)- es sJ tbat can h de-irrd ia Street Railruavl lM.OUL.lluU. Cut. Cia. 8iA. eff-SVum n.va-1 U,l-.iL,.. A n. MlU tt.e CLttel nuuiine. L'alel whole S,.uUi deeiaud ts, lr rl hi io Mm nominee, a-u put lorto thrtr uniirti streugtn utMMl him. 1 1 a )., J- i. anit - If l. i. I... nomlue. . talib all bt b. rd sir.nstb, wdo I -- - -- -J - - not b lk-4 be cm cat ry two Northern SttUs. nor ran .be carry a single Sootbern o a w. xlhozvih aigtster How unraaotmbie men talk when lllnd-d t,j pUa or prejudice. Way, Mr. jOwisr, if iocculs should be nooilnatsl he aid get the ret. s oft9 oiiof every lthl drnocrs's theftiuia. It would b a pbvUvnaeaoa if that dhl'nl -carry a aiogls Southern Si-u-.' Ws hope. a vrrtbelcM. that tbe belief .f the EjgttJtr will bo surtsit4 by th- rvt-olt ia ib event of lb uonjiaatioa ot lbs "LinU G'bU la tbat case. Uv loattfnrsiioa sA ta Oppo U)on Tresidrut tlect will Uk p!ac on Ue j vrg- to tit ilk of AUrcil uexU Remark of II. II. Elatler, Representative from Carter aud Johutaa, im' ih HetiM of Representative, on the 6th day of March. 1860, on the bHIta tMtaUUh a Branch of the Stote Bunk at BrittJL . Mr. Spkakkr: I desire to say a word npoa the bill under consideration, and hope ihe House will indulge me a short time, while I attempt to show that Bristol is justly entitled to the benefit of the provisions of this till, vbch is to locate a branch of tbe State Bank at Br '.a ol. It has always been admitted inn tbe Bank of Tennt-s e was created 1 or tbe benefit of the cit z -ns of tbe State, and U called tbe People's Bank; aud how far the people have been accomraodatt d. and how far tbey are bound for the issues ot said Bank, I will not stop here to enquire. Tbe bank was intended to benefii the citizens, tbe largest possible number, aud ns tbe mother bank was located at Nashville, the great Ceutre of tbe State, tbat tbe branches should be located at points where the laiges. numl-er ot the peo ple could be accommodated, aud where the Capital of the buuk could be used most ad vanlageonsly. Hitch certainly was th-i orig inal intention ot the Legislature wh'-n it cre ated tbe State Bank, but bow far tbat iuteu lin bus been cairiid out I a ill not here dis cuss, but if tliai inieutiou ios not beeu car ried out, and branches have been located a points where the largest number of tDe peo ple could not b.; accouimodated.and a here tbe capital could be ued most aivautage u-ly If sucb, 1 lemaik. has been ibe case, 1 trust tbe Legislature will not continue the wrong, not only to the people but to the Bank. Tbe proposition is met by saying that Bristol is near RogrrrviMe, where a branch is located. Tbat is true, tbe distance is not great, but tbe facilities to rt;ch that pluC- are poor, and cue would rather go to Kuoxviile than cross tbe couutry and the rapid HolMon to reach Kogcrsville, and uo one ecuiu of tbe Hula tou ever dreams of going tiicre unless be i-t forced so to do upon urgent business. Bri tl is on tbe railroad. Tbe merchants of all East Tennessee pass through tbat town going east to make ineir purchases, and could and would make ibeir exchanges there, and tbey never would dream of leaving tbe road and going over to Kogei grille; aud all tbe capi tal at tbat bank can be used north of the riv er, as it has been heretofore, or the greater part thereof. Mr. bpeakjr. it may star l; some gentlemen upon this floor that Bristol abould u.-k lor a branch of the Bank, but I tell them not to Is alarmed that 1 will endeavor to demonstrate, saiicfac torily to ihe mind of eveiy gentleman upon this floor who will li.-tcu"to tru-b. and who is willing to carry, out lii iutentiou of the fathers of tbe Bank, aud w willing to asbt an enterprihiug aud industrious neoule. Bristol is located ou the Kat Tennessee and Vir,;iuia Railroad, on ibe State line be tween Teuui s.e and Viririnia. That part of the town upon the Virgiuia side is called Good -on, that uD-n the Tennessee side is calLd Bristol, and here I will remark that it is unfortunate for ibe town ibat it is loca ted on ihe luit, tor whenever a pi oporitiou is urged in Virgiuia to udvance the iute-ess ot Goodson, it is said it will not do to do that, for Gck dsou is in T n .essee; and when a propo.-inon coui'-s tip in leiinessee to advance the interest- of Bristol, it is said it will never d to pass that bill for Bristol is in Virgiuia, audi hope, Mr. Speaker, I never will bear that remark again. Bristol is in Tennessee and Tennes-ee may feel proud of her It is true Mr. Speaker, Bristol cannot boast ol ber eminent glory and renowu. si e never was the capitol of the State, neiiber lias the whistle of the team bi. at been iu her midst, nor does B aver Creek offer ibe faciliii-s to her that the proud Holslon does to some points in the E isteni part of this State. While all this may be trne, vet Bristol can b ast of one of the most intelligent, iudus trious and enterprising populations iu the South, and the country surrounding the town iitioras evi ry thing that is and will be neces- ary to build up one of the largest shipping points in me Mate, itris'ol has sprang up as by magic. A few years since tbe place where t w mm f ww iue L.oeu or l -nnessee now stands was a pasture for the brrdsol Pardon King. Now she hss 18 stores, doings business of between two hundred and tuiy and three hundred tbousaud dollars annually there were shipped from that point during the vear 185H 200. 000 bushels of wh-ai; 100 000 busbels of corn and ry : 13 00 J hosjs: 2.000 bead of cattle; 40.000 dollars north f flour und ba con, and 50 000 dollars micelUueous,niaking in the uggtegate shipping from that poiut 540.000 dollars: nnd there were transhipped troro that point during said year on-hun dred and three thousand dollars, and the trade, ic, of Bristol may be set dowu as lollows: . Cniilal irvwtl in ''erclta-ulise $103,000 Amoutt ef produce xhipp-il 64U,KK1 KecciveO. by t. T. A: V. it- K. transUipied 103,0110 Tot'l S 1,043 ,000 Thus it will be en that the trade of Bristol may be set down at one million fortv three thousand dollars, and I may have done mat people injustice; if so. it was unintention al, for 1 wi ubl not do so intentionally, aud I trust it will be atttib t d to an error of tbe bead, not of the beail. For I eermin:v would not do tbat industrious 'and ent.-ri.ris- ing people injustice. Nay, I desire to en. courag- them, to assist them in th-ir efforts to build up that Coin ishintj town. The non t- lvtiou of ibe town is rapidly increasing, and good reliable busiuea.- meu bave located there men of capital and ent-rprise and e tbey not entitle! lo the provisions of this bill? Shall the Legilatiire not assist them? Is not ibe buiness of that town a suffi k'llt guarantee to lb-Stale that the Capi tai can oe useu ami mat advatiiaceotis v? And a I irtte number of the citiz ns o: the Sta e accouitnisl ue l; no town in tb? Slate ailh the bu-iuess ot Bristol, is uithou' bank f cilities. Without sotufihiiiir of the kind. Hie busine mi ll will be eotnDelled to re move, th. ir business crippled and capital driven from the StaU-. aud no wheie these fairuies "re. Mr. Speaker.it is true.I am not the immedi ate representative of ihe p ople f Bristol na f urroniKimg c.'untiy.b.it my c -n- stiuencv are directly iutresied in this proposition, and if they a ere not, I coo Id not sit silent and permit ibis pro position to be pasil upon without sarinr scmeihingforiliecitizeiihof Bristol It would be treason in me to remain silent. Manv of tbo citizens of that loun and surronoding C"tintiy are my tiii iids. Some ot ibetn my old neighbors, iu my native State; but if it were otherwise. I would ak myself this qtieatiou: I it liht ? and if it is, it is not only niy duly, b it the duty of every man upon this floor, to vol.- lor tins bill. This is to benelit Kat Teniii see, u portion of the ctate a aicu has b -en heretofore, overlooked aud piss d by. Iy t!.e hand of the Legisla ture ; but I thank Heaven a better, bright-T day is datstiiu upon her, ami ere long she will take astride lb.it will astouisb h r most sanguine friends; and I Impeg ntlemeu wbo prol-aw to lw friendly towards East Teun--sv will com- up and sustain this measnr--. Give this lilile favor to these people. Tbey d maud it as a matter of right. Justice naya give it to tbem. and certainly ihe wisdom, Ihe policy of tbe Legislature says locale a bank where a large nuimerot the p.-oplecan be accommodated, nud tbe capital be used advaniage-usy. J will not detain this house longer. I trust to the good sense and outriotism towards these pe ople tbat lb j bill will pass. pectai I it patch from WashtngVw Tito Mexican Treaty ratlur. " Washington-. Match 8 Senators Mason and Toomla this morning: in e hi vernation with Gen. Cas, gnve him distinctly to ttn derrtand that the Mexican treaty cannot be ratified. Its friends have abandoned all hopes of its success, and It is doubtful whether it will be called up auain this se ssion. Mr. McLane will leave in the Dro klyn.on SiurJav. lor Veia Crus. as the government believe it lo be es-hulil that the repr.-sent-ation ot this govrrutm-ut s totild Dow be at tbat poiut to look after aud protect Ameit ran ciit&'oa. Jitvcs JotXT. The N. O. Crescent Inform us (hat Joue- had le.-n to a cbatnpana p.ir ly.aud return d bom, at a I at- hour, or ruh- r an raly bour, when Ihe cl ck struck lnir. t.ie-oiie-n-oue!" hic'upt. d JHte. 1 say Mr. Joins, this clock ia out of order, it bas t in k t ne lor limea." That's a slander on Jne. He dors not go to chatupaguv pai ties be has 00 clock and never bad a Ife. lli only drink is brandy. and when be dors get tixht, be is speech! Erntcr or Astimcial Liout os Vkocta Tto.v. la snwer to an iuqotry oa this so b ject, a corrvspoudeot i,f tixr Loados Divider uica : - i m I plantttl veefaUes la a place where lb diyl gbl onid u t pm irate, over bs:b I S'O-ppoJiU a arafb oil Ueap. wlfb a r fiecfjr to throw ibe I ghl up-a tbe plant. Ibrj kav gon up a lrauil is?k greeo. I bats also iiUiJ a grecw bouse wilb la rep e.rty aibt. and find it not .ulr iscrea-ea tatiua but jfit twautaui deep t,as tb plaulaw ; . .. . i -.i- , ; TENNESSEE. L, C G IS L. AT UUH. SENATE. ."V t 3 Satcbdat, March 10. Standing Committess reported. On motion of Mr. Payne tbe rale was sus pended, and Senate business was taken up. Senate bills on second reading were taken up and disposed of. SENATE BILLS OS THIED BEADIXG. A bill to amend the revenue laws, and to repeal the law granting license to brokers and note shavers, and tor other purposes ; passed. Mr. Payne moved a reconsideration, wbicb prevailed, and .then moved to strike out all of the cap' ion except "to amend tbe revenue laws," which prevailed, and tbe bill passed. " . SPECIAL ORDER. The bill to Incorporate the Tennessee State Asylum for destitute orphan children, being tti" order or the day, was passed. Mr. Stokely obtained a suspension of tbe role lo enable him to call up tbe bill to an tborizn tbe people of Cocke conntv to take a vote to a-Kiertaiu whether they will remove the county site; passed. v A bill to save cost to counties, and for oth er put poses. " The bill was amended by strik ing out the first and second sections, and passed A bill to grant State Aid to Ihe Cleveland and Ducktown Railroad; passed. A bill to retiew tbe charter of tbe South em R-tiiroad Company, and to repeal so much of the law of loth of March, 1858. as applies to said road; passed. A bill to define the qualification of persons in certain cases; passed. Tbe Senate then adjourned to 9 A. M. Monday. HOCSEOF REPRESENTATIVES. 't Saickpat, March 10, 1860. Standing Cvnmitt es reported. Mr. Williams, of Hickman, off red a reso lution to print 1000 copies ol the Report of the Deaf and Dumb Asylum at Knoxville, for the use of ihe House. Lies over Mr. Bakei, of Pcrrv, a resolution to adjourn tine die on Monday, 19ih iusL, at 10 A. M. Lies over. The vote r jecting the bill to remove the Penitentiary Irom Nashville to Manchester, Coffee couut.v. was reconsidered and tbe bill pased. yeas 37, nays 17. . By leave, Mr. Kennedy introduced a bill to amend section 1547 o, the Code. t Tbe special order, being tbe bill to chang the line Itetween the counties of Bedford and Lincoln, was taken up. Various amendments changing ihe lim-s between other counties, were proposed aud adopted: and several amendments were proposed and rejected; and then the bill and amendments were njecled. Adjourned li.l 2 p. in. AFTERNOON SESSION. Tbe House disposed of the following bills on tbiroVreading. To amend section 643 of the code; rejected. To incorporate the Bank of Brownsville, witb quite a number of aim-udmeut-; reject ed. Mr. Bicknell, chairman of ih Fintince Com mittee, introduced a till lo defray tb expeits es of the present General A-vst mbly, whicb passed first r -ndi rig. Adj-iuincd till 9 a. m. Monday. A I. oils lot. A correspondent writes from England: A very remarkable aud important trial of a most formidable piece of armament has ihe last few days been under experiment at Southportin Lancashire. Whitworth's br ech loading rifled caunon ! is an improvement upon the Armstrong gnn, of a very striking kind. Ou Wednesday and yesterday 18. 12 and 3 pounders were tried, as also a 70, 80. 90 or 100 pounder, as it will fire projectiles of tho-e respective weights. The results wer- very remarkable The three potind r.' P which looks more like a t- lescone than a gnn, has a bore of 1J inches aud iu length is 5 feet 2 inches, vith sev.u ounces and a half ot powder it propelled its proj ctiles at au levation of 10 degrees 4171 yards. 4179 yaids. 4224 yards and 4122 yards. A' au er vutioti of 20 degrees the ie-peciive dis tances each shot was d livered wer-- 6760 yard-, 6774 yards, C720 yard-, and 6910 yards, b lug only tw o yards to the Iclt ot the true iiue. Yt tilt 8 ounces of powder the dis tances achieved were, nt nn elevation of 35 degrees, S970 yards. 22 yards left of true line, 8DJ0 f a ds. io yards of true line. 9059 yards and 9164 yards with but a .-light devia tion. The 12 pounder lb-Id pun s ut the .nil through the target at 1000 yards, aud t buried itself in the sand at 5600 yard-. The 80 pounder, wbicb was not at its proper ele vation, sent uu eighty pound ball 6000 yards, and when it obtains i,s proper elea.ion, it will kill at 10,000 yards. Tbe 3 pounder will do the same. Six miles is the longest range ever achieved, and the extraordinary success of these experiments, it is supposed, will create another rcvol'ition.ju cannon making. What Next ? The Hew York correspon dent of the Charleston Mercury says : The latest luxury ot inreuliou io tbe process of daguerreotyping ou porcelain. Oue rather vain gentleman is having sn entire dinner service made witb bis ugly f.ice on water pitchers, soup tureens, butter boats, plates, cups and saucers larg-? on some and small on others. When there is a pretty girl in the family, she ought to have the preference in this kind or domestic vanity. It ought to be a very sweet face to distracts man in "b midst of bis soap, the mixture of his salad, or the culm enjoyment of his coffee. The projectors of tbe invention design it to take Ihe place of family cre-ts, but any American who would be silly enough lo pay a heraldry establishment to get np a crest for bim out of not'iing. could not be pursuaded to aban don it on auy t rtns. Judge Bates, rf Missouri, is a native of Virginia, and is now in tbe sixty seveuth year of hit nge. and the father of seventeen children. Louistult Courier. , Tbe Judge bas served his country well No wonder he's a favorite In Missouri. jjrThe editor of tbe Boston Liberator calls upon the ladies of the North to make use of nothing that fs produced by slave labor, lie needn't expct them not to use cotton.- Tbey will not expel so oil a friend from their bosoms. 1 Murtang Linimtmt cures Xkeumutfism ; Iks ituiiana Liniment cures Joints; 7ks Mustang Liniment cures Bums und 'oundij Tke Mustang Limiment cures Sere liter. Cbktd Brtattt and Sire A'tpJet; Sturuigin, Corns and H'nHs and is anrfk - l.OOO.CCO DOUJRS PER kmi ? To th United bVaU-s,as tlie preserver and restorer of valuable Horses and CaiUe., It cores all Pprains, UaUU, Wound, eiiff Julau, kc lul you ever bear of say ordinary of. dwelling, tipraio or Ftiffiaras, either on mau or bea.l. which the Uuslang Liniuvat would u cure t Hd you ever visit any respectable Druggist ta any part 0 the world ia luror,Ata r Aaierica bo did not aay a was tbe greatest discovery of tbe age" fold every here. Every family 1 bouUl bave It; threa s. MAUNfjj a PARK, Proprietors, mart-lm - Nr York. lt' reliant Vis ting Biltimore i-bould fail toexamiasthawUvk of FANCY ioitS, HiSJtKY, iIyiS, c 9ii Inr SeUe by - ' - ' " Frtd. Fickef- fc Som, ; tJO BAlTlMoKK t-TRET. It Is OB4 of tba moat extorsive in this coaatry, and t-e proprKt -r axe fully rnred to romprte with Sortbara Citiea. - , febtW2ai .Ira kVlBlUw, Srwar itrit a nahrjihystrata.tiasa sootalsg yrup forebtldres th.i, wbwb greatly f.ciltaiv tba praeess of lelbi:x bysoncaiagtberqB.tr isciag alliaOama oa will allay all paut aad is sar la ragalatatba bo'S. Depeasapoa tt, BMKb.rs, It willgivarest jroirMlretu4 relief sad ba.ltb ta yuar iafaau rVrfaclly saf la all cases. Io ,lvrtttmesl ta aasiaraAtama. " aMTdawly Lewis Einstein Co., UXCFACTrKtRS or . ' WHITL A.D Fl.Cl SniUTS, Collar, Dratrrr, Off rall, Ac, A. 2 Uarlsj atrrci. Oppoina CoUef Placa, : JecW-tm ,. Fer Salr at a Cargal i Aw tW ja(OaaSrv Wrick ftwvtha f-Bma J. (aas.rwrea and OKtera. sitaat ra switts ir J4m. a I. tr mt-t, aarita rr U--t srraMarssralUaUe. ' mri-m CRISP'S GAIETY. Last week of the engagement of Mr. EDWIN BOOTH. Monday Evening;. TIarcn 12tn, I860, Will be presented the grand play br Shakapeare, en tilled MACBLTU, KLVU OF SCOTLAND. Hacbelo,' Ur. Kdwia Ba)tb; Ldy Macbeth. Mrs W. H. Crisp. To oooclnde with tbe Farce of tbe DL MB BIXLE. Balloon Ascension. . 1 U . U O V X T OX RESPECTFULLT ANNOUNCES THAT HE WILL GIVE .One Scientific Exhbitim OF Amusing ard Brilliant Fxperim.-nts In Chemia try, Natural l'bilosoby and Uectro Uaguetiem. itii ezplauauoiis adapted to ail ate8, at ,. i Douglas Ilall, On irionday Erenlne, irXarcH 12tn. Tbia entertainment will consist of a frreat variety of experiments ia Electricity, Galvanism, Chemis try an-t Natural thilphy. zierinients with ihe lompoand Gymscope, - . A Kod of Iron will be tusuei ded in Ihe air. ,. . . A Boy will he lilted by electric lorce. Magnets will be cliarped and ducb trged. Ibe cause of ilje Maguetic .xeedle po.nting to tbe North will be explained. - Ibe proof that the earth is a Magnet. Water will bs decon posed and formed. A s mall ca unon ill b j leaded with water and Bred off witb an icicle. Water will be set on lire, and a bonfire kindled with ice, with many other instructive and pleasing exper lmenH Tbe Water Gas Light Experiment will be tntrodue ed, showing bow tbe Briush proposed to blow op the sbij'8 at ebastupol. Many interestiug experiments will bs made with a tialrauie B.ury. - The entertainment will cenclatie with a beautiful B-iLLUoN ACN li-K. . - . Admission 60 ceuts. Doors open at 7. Lecture to commence at 7 o'clock. maris C'Oitou abd Wool Factory. A PROPOSITION. ranv two or three gentlemen, who hare the capital and tbe wilongues to establish such a Factory at Nahvill. , 1 t ff r to sell, to ieuae, or lo contri ate as sick, (ia whole or in part,) 0e large Factory building, soot' of tne t te H. spittl. There ar. other bull uga, brick and frame , wtucn I bave erected U(Kiatbe pr jniists. and which arecouvenieut for the uses f the F ctory. 'the nai i builuinic was erected for tbe purposes now prop Hied iwi thick, atrong a alls and is dupt ed t eay r ifty Looms, 2i00 pm .ica. Cards, Ua cbines, c, 4c t . No intelligent man, taking a view of the neresa tics of our riiy, (unoring a.id uisr gardinrf . it he can, bl is doiug iu uUirr crouthi-ru toui-,) will deny tbe Im oi ia .ce mituulacturiea to the pr- epenty ol Na:hvilie,borcan be overlook tbe advaatag s wbu h e p.psji us lo position iu au exteus've region for me cem.ndauo us-ol all I b'ic. bicbo" li b ii .a :e here. Ii we are all uroarsaa auu coatsl'ltKaa now d st.ntis the day ot our ex. austii n au. eao- IiUonf A. . fClNAM. m 4i li-lt KcnJ. V. lvlcUYs ait io. i I 7ILL setl in their fr -nt ro ms, for cash, an as V sortot-'iit of Sew Furniture, now receiving usi.-tine or sec; etari s, Hijjb Post and - tallage Jed ,-atlg, W;ir-lrobes, Cru . aulc, WasLstanUd,vhairs rte . I jqijorg, ic, Also. 20 Duxes tobacco, fine brnnJs; Cigars, a,-, Can. lies. Catsups ,Corn ish lieis. Washing anS i ig Ma hinef, Frei-h Uommouy, See a Oats, iu IM..- 1 s.aitli l iquors, Hi e.,cU:. Sule pos.Uva J without reserve. BENJ. F. SHIOJ S : CO., marl3-tf - No. 27 College street. AUCTIO.X SALE .'AF Staple and Fncy Dry Coo's, ReaHy-made flo ' J ti ing. Boots, 9boes, etn ,i Tuewlay evening. trch lotb,at early ga- light, we mill expose to lctiou, for cash, the above Varieties Just ret-eived om the sastern m irk-i with orders t close. A od tPrtunily is afforded tor banning. marl2-tf BENJ. F. KHIHI'S ft CO "or mitliland aud l'aducali. PHE splendid passenger and L. trtigut stemer ONKA. liaSBEXt., Master ler, will i I rf n laaawEBS, av here ou MoNllA Y , lo-Ua) J Ivih tbe lust., 1 IS o'ctoca, M. A UAlll.lV, marl-lt Agent. For JLVew Otlrans. . XHE magnificent Ste.imer . J.tMtS W ouD , William I'.otii, laeU-r, a Hi leave for the bove on TUt-.SU AY next, it 4 u'cliwk r reikbtor uussge up- 1 nu boaro ort A. HAMILTON, .,. H. H HAK1.IU1N. AeBl- murlO For Cairo aud St. L.ouis. ' I MiF.iplendio uewjassenget id io uewjassengei vr-ri. r, B. M. KLN VAX rf.Jkf. .Master willleave eaaWUuiat L Skumer JaS . dlLLKH tor Hie above and intermediate ports on MoN. HAY neit, tlie Igih or March at l o'clock, M. For freight or passage apply on boiird orto A. HAMILTON, '"'..,. niarlO - H. H. HARnLsoN, -asen"- V;. MY la S afe CO., Wbolesale Confectioners, No. 5'Z Main nt., Cincniiati, Om MANl'KACTURl-3 of superior quility. Candii a of all kinds. Gum I rops, Loieugt-s, ugar Toya, I-rt-nob Coi'lecliounry , Fancj Candy and "ymp. Also, dealei a iu Fruits, Nuts, sardines and Fire Works marlO-fim BOOTS AND SHOES. Farrar, Dismukes & Co. Are receiving their SrRIXO STOCK of JJOOTS, (jiAll CHS, TKlT.KS, V ALlaiCS, , Carpet Bags. &c. OCR flock this Spring is very large and boautiful, mui! KOltea ap aitu th greatest care, as to tne latest and b. si rtyl-s by Uie best mauulacturers. are welt prepared to luruish ; PLANTATION - , - AND ROAD U.VlLi AU ia want of SHOES will do well lo call on us as we wi 1 sell tbem at IjUW PRICKS. FAKRAK. Dl-iMCKKS A- CO , marlO-jB No. 4ft College Street, NasbvUla. Flue Seed Oats. ;. Kft SACKS Just received and lor sale by i OVJ BtNJ r. SHlKLiC CO., uarlO Central HoraKooia a. - Archibwld'a Criminal Practice. And Pleadiaa'.WateraBaa'aKcAeaaUwsbcd. Prica S12 Comnkla ia vols. sfGianis Tsaea tea Justice. Prfca i,&0 Just pub hahed by aars-tf 30HS TORK Jt CO. Oats. OO Sacks Oils, 00 baud and for ash by e&-J O. D. PICKET, U VuUmgm St. lOCliCl DiU t ICS, For 186U, For sal by . T. HAGA.V, 41 College atreet. doc 29 inn BlnEl CRUSHEo CORN, last received and for Sato by febC-tf K. A PARRfSH as CO. A. -ft I V A & CO., . IMPORTERS Direct through th Castem-boussof V'axhvOis, AXDDEALKKS1N . , , Wines, Brandies, &c., rroB rraace, opia ,Pnrtogal,Craaaay and Italy; . alarana Cigars, Olire Oil, V K.UlCElilil, AC,, aiaVG 71 o. SO North 3f.rket street, (Vest dar sbave ta Watsoa Uoea,) .VSI Vl LLE,TEM NESS GE. I TIhav stablisheda boas I a tblseltyfor lb VV parpos of vadiog ta Wl.VKa, RSAMHtS, SOARS. a.,ae .a4 kaapceaaUaUy eabaadsev. aval aaliti.a of ioa 4 HraaSMs ,whtcb bave ever wforbeBaipartedlatotbJS dtaie. We iprtr Oo4s direct, (a of r Srsa bf la EaropiBcb fbietian.)aad PAT TH K Ct'STM. noCSKOCTIUO ILL THK lOKUtiJi AKTlCLrM HkHCiatbaelty .wbicb fact, w Uuak.alaaesaoaia pvvtbatw Sell obit Ceasine Inporkd Coodt. Oarttacksf OaniaaUcaad Uavsaa Clraratt vary area ib wa rctrUy lavttctb atfwttaw- a slw. waaiwaysg r"t"VrytbiB wst bat be awraaritci. Wa sboatdb bapy la r iv a rail fraas all dealer and Miai wfc hey visit the city, as ar AHLKANXJ btTtiU 111 Jf l'It a ft a 1 fi aacra l a. jaiyra-t a tlTA r FBtoi! a J acvd a Urr stack of M. S'. r si ilucs u. a ? - -- atAYAlU ft S0YES 'aadard lak. TV trad aapffiitd a tba t w ' R15AX.. fbs-4r "v; : tt-ai. Ueo Derttsrnfntii Attention Ilerchants. scnooiu AND UOOIL STATIONERY AYAREBOUSE, NO. 41 COLLEGE STREET. FHA6AV is now receiving from Orst hands 1000 Re -ma Letter and Cap Paper, assorted ; 500 oi Inks, various kind.: 60 cafes American Slates; HOjOOO 8ate Pencils: 15 Gross Bonnet Boards; 600 Gross Steel Pers, various brands. Blank Books in unmenaa variety. - .- KTHOOL BOOKS, from an ElemeoUry Spelling Book up through all the series of Text Books in large quantities; all or which I am oCoriog to tbe trad on the most aecomaoodating term marS F. UAGAN, 41 College st. Prince Imperial Champ9giirs DEYEAOGEiCo FRANCE. Sold by all ret-pec table Dealers throughout ' .' Country. rpHIS fine brand of Cham -acne, which until the JL astyear was confloed exclusively to the best ta bles of the C- ntinent of Europe, has now obtained the mFt unbounded success and popularity iu tiiis country. , It ia recommended by some of tbe Orst Physicists of tbe city of New York, over all other wines, on account of its extreme purity and delica cy, and tbosa wio one try it rarely u&e any ether brand Although only one year bas elapsed since its introduction into this couutry, tbe dt-mani is enormous, and Constantly iocreasiug. Our arrange merits are Each as to ensure the quality of the Wine beicg maintained at its present high standard The Prince Imperial is inserted solely l.y us, we being tbe sole Agent of M ssn. Dk Vbxocb Co., in Una country. E. V. HaC HWOTJ1' Jt 00. Kos. 488,490 and 492 Broa. way , Ne w yttk. ; marS-8md luVlll.n SAY No. ,45 Union ht.eet, HAS tb best aosorunout iu Nosnville ol every -tiling in t ie Music, Toy, Ba-k- t a .l Kancy line 80 do not fail to call a Ld examine his stoclc belor purcbasina vbtewber. to irS-tf Boots and Shoes At Private Sale. OUR arrangemn Is ar consummat d for rpnlr and eUrtaut suppli-s of Hen's, w'omea's. Boys' aud Youlu's Boots and Stioes, as we intend to goe articular an m.o to this detwrtmoot. we Invite tbe noti- e of buyers to our present stuck in store, as ueiua unoer mar set tates. negro orogans, extra sizes, at a barg.iiu. BKNJ. F. SHIELTS ft CO., mart Central Wareroouis, 8? ft U9 College st. WEBSTER'S UNAB1UDGKD DICTIONARY. New IMctorinl F.dition. ' 9,000 to 10,000 New Words In tne Vocabulary. Xable of Nyiionyma by Prof. Good rich. With other new f.-aturea. Toeether with all the mat - ter of previous editions. In one volume of 1750 pages. Tne eighty pages of illustrations, comparable in fineness t" bank notes, are worth the price of tbe book." Ck Herald. Price S SO. hold by all Booksellers G. ft C UKRRIAM, mar7-lmdaw Springfiuld, Mass FRESH ARRIVALS. SEED CORN, SEED OATS A'D POTATOES. A k JElTklNS, Ho. 14 South Market street ASli V I Ls L. TUA lissEE, HAS NOW IX S-TORE Krtrt BCSHEIS prime Xorthern Corn for Seed. . JUU 6tK) do. Pennsylvania Oats " . 1,000 do. ' " Missouri Oats 44 200 barrels early Nesbannock Potatoes. . , Also. t- arrive per stoaruer H. M. Runyan: 600 busliels Hungariau Grass Iseed. S00 Millet Seed. for sale by A. JENKINS, . mar3-tf No. 14 South Mark-1 streU A. w. johxsox , Ja. JNO. O. TBSASOK. Johnson & Treanor, BOOK, S 1 ATIONARY ' AND ' PERIODICA Is STORE, No. 6 "Union Street, . NASHVILLE, TEXtiFSShJ:. Spring Wheat rt BTVUr-LS Spring Whe-t, Just reeeived aud ukj j ior sale by feb23 ARMSTRONG ft CO. JO.G.BROVH&EY&KS DKUG GISTS, No. 43 College street, - ivtsUvlVle, rVcttiicsst.c ' HAVE JUST RfcCEIVED mm 1 Which we guarantee to be fresh and fenutne, com. prising all Uie varie'tes usually brought to this mar. kel and whk b we olTor at reduced price. Among otm-rs we have for stock, Field Carrots, Field Pa alps aud Field Heels. Also, Ouion St-lts and aspar agus Roots. P. S Call early before the assortment is broken iar.kNS SociIm. Hangirlan , Kentucky Bine Grass and Ked Tup, war ranted fretb by 4 . ' Jt 6. BROWN ft EVAN A Concentrated. .Lyc. A very valuable article lor making soap, a largo lot jl received by JO. G. BROWN ft EVANS. Constantly on Hand Burnett's Cocaine, Best black Tea, CoBgtaa Water, Superior Starch, Bachelor Hair Dyt Eabboi Salad Oil, . Cbaaiois Kkias, , . " feather Diulora, Sweedish Leeches, fin Imp rial Tea, " Empire Water, . - Cnatadero iiaur Dj , , Window Glass, ' j J hpana Caodks, - - Sparkling Uetalin, - Co star Rat Potsoa . ' ; Loud m lortcr. - We bav som of Rarelay Pvrkln ft Co. eelobrsl d Loodoa Porter, wbb is regarded as the best tor laraiida. JO.Q. BROWN ft CVAXS. " Tvy's White W htt! Crcaw. faebect article for greaaiag carrUg wheal aad machinery or ail kinds- rrsaleby - JO. 41. BROWN ft EVANS. Vine tilquor. j W kp lb poieet mors that caa be parebased from first baeda.aad feciaaf iaaaawrrag ear frtaads that tbey ar strictly rcUabl ia ,aliiy. rraecb Brandy, (Uenaeay.) . Madeira Wise, ; Port Win, Nowaom's Wbiaky, Ba Ky Waiaay , ey fie, bar bad la store la Nash v ill fuer year. KoUaad . - .. - . . Jam tea Rsm, - '" fbarry Wiae, JO. C BlUiWM ft ETAX3.. ASi A gaaaral tit.nawl rmi, OUs, Tar. tiars. rhf Ta-kia. prfasrf, Hreaa, Dye Stafla,e.,t an f wbica w ask aueati ef aatrcbitrrs. . jro. c rntawx cvaxs. Vine Teas. Jast rWirii a Urr tat W STK rtrs VtTtl. BLACX a4 PLANT ATt IX tPtMl. Te Tsrtcator4 0i Mwr4. "3 ! sal ef arbMl f r . '- ji-a . . . e. is-okx r axs. - - -ai- V . - j N'ew Publications Riepert's " Large Wall Maps -V I OP . , AXCIEXT IirSTCRT AMD CFOCRAFET. ' W. T. BERRY & CO. hire just received a set of Kirpert't Large Wail Saps of Ancieut Histo ry, embracing: . - y..s r 1. Sap of the Bomtin Empire?. 13 . 7 inches high, 103 inches wiue. N 2. Map of Ancifnt Italf. ; . 80 inchesjhigh, 7J inch? -wide. J. Sap ol Ancifnt Grfcce. TO inches bigb, 84 inches wide. 4, 3Iap of the Ancient World at the time or . , the Persian and JIaecdoniaa Empire, S4 Inches high, M inches wide. J 5. Bap of the Environ of tome. 45 Inches high, 08 inches wide. : Alloa rollers. VTbse MAPS are con tillered the mnat correct and reliable illustra tions of ANCIENT GEOGRAPJiY and HIS TORY. W. T. BKIlin & CO. have also jnst received: Sydow's Wail Maps of Physical Geography, ronmtln? ot 1. PI. in Glebes, Sounlrd on EoIIcrs. . t. Earopf, ' " I. Asia. i. Afriro, " ' 5. Xorth Imcriea, " 6. South America, M 7. instralia, ' u .Although thesfHi-fi bare but recently been published in Geimanr, tbey hare al ready found their way iuio many of the best schools in tbe country. . 1 W T. BERRV ft CO. . Public Squar. Dariria on (he Origin of the Species. FIVE EPITIOXS OF TUI-i KXTRAORDIXARV WORK HAVE R(-E DISPOSED OF IN ENGLAND WITH IN' A FEW WEEKS. W. T. BERRY & CO. HA VE JUST RECEIVED, OX THE 01UGL OF SPECIES, By Means of Xatoral Selcttion, OR THE l'res rvalion or Favored Races in 1 lie Mruggle ror Lire. BT CHARLES DARWIN, SI. A. 1 vol., l'2mo. 432 pages. W. T. UCUUY . CO., ha rs also jesr received. The Path wcich led a PrutesLuii Lawyer 10 the Caiboli Churt h. By Prie: H. Barnct. lvl.,8vo. Huinunies. Bjr T. Whartun oH.ns,lq.,ProOssor ol IVliiiral t'bilusopby, in ne luiversity of Louisi ana. 1 vol. 8v.i. t'gl.leen ChrbUan Centuries. By tbe Rev. James White. 1 vt 1. 12ino Morpby's Uame of Chess. Edited by Lowenthal 1 vol. 12mo. Seveu Years. By Julia Kavanaugb lvol. 12mo. w. t. iti:uuv & ro., febSl-tf I'abiic Square. Eednction in Trice of (abin ras&sge. Fare Less than by Railroad ! Between ClarktvilU and KaskailU. ' ' C. E. HU.L1IAV. B. at. RCWAJf, UKS'l. AVtaSW, JUU.V A. FhSHlOt. atlNNETONKA, KL1.A. price ok cabin passage other wat. TWO DOLLARS. aO One of the bove Steamers hv ta N'arhviUe u a .uraavitio . Every Dtr, A. HAMILTON", Kifhville, . ' O. W. DAVIS, Clarksville, mars-ti2m S:vamaU Woulc NEW Y0 R K . Great Eednction in Bates of Passage. Wew Arrangement of Throa-h Tickets ! PROM Kcw tirleans $39 75 Moi'ile So 00 M'lmgoineiy ( t'fluu.bus SI 00 Albany 23 00 UacoB -0 00 raoat Memphis S31 TS N'astivill 27 76 1 b.itunooga 00 Kaosvill 4 ftU Atlanta 21 00 Augusta. IT 60 L Ba;Kag checked through b tbe UanbaUan is press Com soy ou the Centml k tiruad tJars,and 4a bvrl auyah.-re iu New Yurk or vktnity By toe splendid and comm. diuu &iDb-WHEEL TFJtMi-Uil S. ACG15TA, lfiOO uis, Card Woo- bulL KLO.UUi,. ...l.JOO " IsaacCrvwell ALABAMA,.. .1,300 " , i o Jtcbcuek Leaving Savannah every BATCRDAV, carrying tb United stales Wad. Thi-se Steamships belong to theMrf Ftablinhad and favrlie line knoan as tbe N'ew York aad Hav-tusah ruwintiitp SavigajKia Company , aud war built ex pressly lor this hue, they are c uioianletl by eaua rieuct'd, skiluul, car- ful and polite officers ; aud io ci.mforu.ble accommodalioM and tar cannot b es celled by any veanals ou lb coast. Through Tic keta are sold in New Orleans by - K. GtMtn.SOGravier rtr Mobil by . Cox, BaaixaXD ft Co., ColumUu.br - 8.11 IIul, -Agent Harudon1 Ezpri as and J. If Biviss, Iuitrad Ticket Agent, aad at ad wtber poiuu by c- anecting tvallruad Tnkst Agents. . J0UN R. WILDER ft QALLIE, Agent ,.Savaana 8AML. h MITCH ILL ft soN, ... mar$-tl . .... .. . Agents iew York BLISS ft GO"lYElR3 Flue Revolvers, vanoas m hid Hugs, tiui.h aud price, lost received per express, by BENJ. . MUkXDS ft CO. . . mare-tX AN Invoice nf Btick Sealng SiK,Ht recivdaa4 t- sal cheap, tat in Trade oel , bv auare-U , . Br.KJ. jr. bUiaXJaj ft CO." II A VE YOl II GOODs l.NSLltLD WITH NASH &, MA KB, INSUKAiCK AOKMS, ? No. SS College street, Kaabvdle, reauease. -' sBarS-tf .' j- , , ; i ' M. A. PARKISE & CO., lroUuce Coixiiuiaaiuu F0RW1UDIXG aiERCIIlXTS. rrBtlac on Celleg and Warhet KoBtai r llrsa, - - ly - - r. Qnn Bale PniaeTlasoUiy ) reteea OUU ter sal by X. A.PaaRU ft CO. 50 Be lea Uungariaa Or Ja reuested aad for ' M. A. PAXRiiU CO. 50 Bala Straw t" dd, Sc4 leos, ., ved aad for aaia ay M. A. PARKISH ft CO. 5250 Bgs S, bvy OaU, j Jt rc4v4 aa far ' ' 1LA PAB.R1SU ft CO. 1K( Cvcs, ) rceiT4 ad fur aai , " U. A. P ARRLOl ft CO 1 A fi ft BrsNIX PRIWK OHIO OATS Jaat re. XU V v OdM lor aw y H A. PAERtr H ft CO PCr Bac:Vr( Pis ibiagWat Jot rceive aa Ulu t fo aai by 3. A. PARRI.-U 4 CO Ttebe,a.asaaar etar arvk-les hi ta tt aad Oasuiia ha, wilt b kapg eaav. vaadv haad a4 aid at tba loans aarkt prwaa. ll4 I . H- A PARKW1 ft CU. foal OiU Ceal Oil!! 0?r Bittj. it auvt:vci Ot.wd s-r a- tJ rrs b tb purrat Bdcata UJ aw la a, I a! at lewvr kra-c t&aa &.-vur- j - J. W. ftlUtoV. fei-S-tf r ? S Ofptws fv btxt . llflUiW CL!.bM !Hr,ril .ra 1 aa!Hr,rall .s s. I-t aaie at H.A IX., 8MS ft 0 t . i iS -- - as r.TARVIW REED,, Agent for tbe sai at - CHICK tliLG &. SOMS Celebrated New Seal Pvuis, , . A. W. LADD CO S '.!.."' WVU' Fair Premium Piauoa IIALLLTT, DAVIS &T CO.'S , . ' . . f-s-aoa, & HAMBLIA'S Unrivoled lielodeens, ; . -Orgnn Velodeon, ' and ITarnocianis For Parlors, rrbDrcher,Ve tries, Lotlg.s and sfcbools has bow, and will continue to keep, a Urge and coat plete assortment of Instruments of eTeiy Style of tnisb and kind, aiade by tbe above named oaaaa factui era, at price rary eg irom ' riHy to One 1 ltenasnid liollar. Ever) iiiatruo,eat a lv, by tueea Will Be Fully Warranted J IN EVERY PARTlt flAK. By the aakers,at.d ken ia r 0.1 tone twelve asoalhi Doai itatar nt purvbase. Free or . Uar.c. 1 Pnticpala rf Femite Colle.-es, Seminaries, and Musi Teachers, will be supplied with iustrameeu by Paying Tea per cent, on Fint Cost. ; 4-AII persons wishing to porcbas,aad all lovri of music, are raapeetfully taeiiMi to caII MAIIVI RIED, A cent. 27-itwwly. No. 47 ci nrcb Street A Southern Book Leisure Moments or His M. H. Bt-rr, of YTrgmia- DedKwted tu klu-s NsNi-Msa tiw, ol Nasbviil Price at -i. or al by JoHSi Y( Rfc Ce dec-J-tl Cold Pens. Sbepard's.MartoD's, aad all ethers of super!) quality Gold Pen for sale by decig-tf N.CnB street. Blank Books : Large aad Small l-c)rer, Dav Books, Joral Casll lUXtk R,ll Kn,,ki i. , .V and every oilier kindol lUaak Boukla commea saa dec-JS-lf JORS YORK ft CO. ; FRANCISCO, Modeler of Fashions! AND DEALER IN .".. HATS, CAPS AXD LADIES' FCRS No. 23 Pnblle sqnar. TASlIVIL.L,i:, THNNKSSEE. That Beautiful Moleskin Hat, At FRAXClSai'S, lurt Introduced for tl.e j Spring and Summer Year,lSCOY mm E are Bow prepared ta tiMbntictnre thai taatj f'bS- a . a . na aiioiv, r aauiouai. Ii Hatter, -o.z aroMtrgear. , Oar French Soft Hats. .TF. are in receipt of soma beautiful stle 1 1 Freuch Soft H.ts.,tiict from Paris, li colors to wbicn . aak the aileutH-e r all, - . A. J. KKANCISCO, Httern1 furrier. No. 2S Publitdunar. Xasb villi v feb2&-ir - - - r LHIUKt-S New and loiu; sty les of Uat aad ' Caps, ready ror inspec tion. A. J. PltA.HCISCO, Ieb25-tr No.iJPuUlic.Hquare.NsbTim,, Trai UOYAL UAVA.A LOTTEKl!" I -Hhazt,rdinarydrawtngoftbeRoya tlavaa' L Lottery (Cocdoctet by tue-ipanis! Uuveraair' nderlheupcrvisMi ol;heCptan tienrralvlJabs rilltakepiaceal Havana .on Tliuradaj-, March -Ad, 1860. i i , O O O UO 1. 1 A 1 SortsoNameio C33 Oriinarie. ! Capital I'rizt ltiU.UOb Dollar teriaeof $100 litis tit " .... ,1 00 1 iO.OoO 1 as 'so 1 .. ... 30,0ot I 16J t 40 1 ' .... 1 1,000 I 20 tpproximations..t.St 1 10,000 I 4 Approximation) toilir lOO.OOO ol Seoo.arb : 400 tc 10,000 4 ottUOtn iJ.OOU.l 0 1 1 00 1 a iO.SS 4 of tOOln 10, 0O. . . , . 'Uole-ricket.2 0;llalYC10:4aik Itriri, . rlsescasbe atilebiat t ier at. liscesn I Bill. on allsuli etii Bauk takri al..i ! A Ira win a wil.rwarde aoarastberas becomes kaowa. ' ST A 1 l-jrUerU or tcheine, ,r ."lk rt , te brat trossef te D'lN triiKUl'K7 ca rt I Cil Vsi Cbarlestan o.'a rt-td NEW GOODS. ? TJIK uiiUr.ui el is r.-w ri-o-tviug bia stocko tfRINU a.Mi MlillU Ut Oloi th v r lai'-t-t atyivs, f-.r aetill' tut-u'r f.r, and itivitr U aiu-uii'.o ut uia cuecme. aad the pablb: geuer- H. t call aad . tHiUi. . . . Also ceutt s.-piirg sad rHinmer Yt-iUii tor lBCt KAM. I I.IT 11-IT. ft b24-lst B r A A a . No. o4 College St. Cooking tovcft AT .. VlilW 1aIW 1?1IC1. f THE OLD HICKORY Wrousltt Irou Stoves. -TOR EITHKK WOOD OR COAL Tliree SiseJ at Redmced Prices! ' THE 1UOPIC, l itre sixes for Cal I 'HI- I ! bavtCualCookioc Stuv evrr invesved X tl raw well aud bake p.-fIoctly 'caogiv ene hundrert ref.-rei,c of tamilie hi Ibis e-ty , k aaa tbeui. Th tank, ta.lKi, lor eillier wood coal, lb hveuty of uWrst,aa exveilat.1 arr eoukitg stove, ft.r cither wod or cual, and -efeeap. Tti Tott-a , el eo-k a4.r, two ,sea. Tb PUgrirn. el aaut stove, very beavy. - ! . ...... .... utvrmu ; f.-l-tf. No. and 14 Oak-g Pirevi. - Chrap Cottkiug Stores S HI fallowing stove ar for co. -king with 1 1 Tby ar frun tbe brt f"0ilerie ta tbeo; try , ai-a as w lve a larger t-k tb, m tbaa bav ver bre brea be.l.t lo U11 rl J.tbi y Will K autd at vety kw prVea tv eaab. or In pur.dEal cs tomers: Biacfc Oak, tl,r-e St Tlie O t. Wat s. SeS, Tb ireacvnl, tbrve we. Ti.e li.dut. tbrr S . m; tbe Va--r, three a.lTb Tctmeiiain,' fct; taa; To Ha. turee . Mj a KXTE ft JlISCirElt. i febl-tf. , , N". aua It loik-ga tjueet. !: Parlor and Heating StoreSe i Urk have just vcMr4 tsrk additioB e saock tae to vea, aawxxg wUasb ana bo raJ a vararty of elegant parbT tnvaa; - Midiag Doer teres; I rraasba Moves: linu,g fwoea rova; Laaar) troves; " - Uatcebvve; . raa- Stoves; Ciarcb Met WJlSise,leroeal waad. t fabVtf No. 4 and 14Ci:a- sxr. ; Grates and Mantelpieeese ( UT Z bav a vry Urge stack ol Park HaatW aad jASaa trst, ef vry pr sad t rewdavsvt Taraa Pawaras; Uarbwlised Iroa kUl U,a. M trKvNZik ft kilMHl. . I tmiii-tJ Na- S aad 14 txuieg arwk s COUXTItY BIERCU.VXTS t AND . - ' CITY RETAILERS Wild, ee weu t raJt aaa aaaaia mOOit AiifS-L m 1 3Iedluns Virslnia 1 aiiiviu 'voincco,' at TiKT u-w nccKia. ; . , - - J. W. LAJfCLST, - f aaaj i . , . K 44 l ama Street. Fer Sale at Laticer & Staul jV Ns. 74 Church Street, J nrtA BrsHtXS Rd Irah patator; M eeaa. jl I J Swat putator; sou baabeis tor a ktaai; -aaa Sa bust Toecaea: I rw4 iWf Casvasae Ss iiv wed to aay srwut t tb city rrai ' f.ert-lw Canarr Cases ! JrT reeeived. X0 ..rte Calory Rrd Car all ai t br , tor r-S iKet, uwa a kaa4 a vev broabt te th fc-akti. r saie be ' T. ft -- PIAKO-FOliTE WAttllttOOM, rrW;'N6: 47, 53 CHURCH STREET, I ? v.