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I. ANDREW JOHNSON,
SA.il SMITH AGAIN A CANDIDATE!
tVe could make do announcement "relating to
t : this canvass which would afford greater pleasure
-s .or inspire more- confidence, than that containea in
-vnthoJine at tha head of this psragraplu He -yields,
-1, - to-the solicitation of the party at a sacrifice of his
personal interests which will be long remembered.
by.the parry. All is now bright in the J5ast
l in. Loudon; Tenn June 5. i
Editor of de Cleveland-Banner? -w
Dear Sre Mr. Lillard and myself not being
-ui- . -a eomnromise sO- that but .onejof us
.hnnM mn for Con2ress.,wehave, for the sake of
'"' 1 unity In the Democratic party, both consented to
.mfivlraw frotn the canvass, and let some other
person take the field who will give general satis
faction to the party; . I am, sir, very,respectfully,
Tour ,ob't. sera t
' ' ' ' J. W. Blackwell.
. i '- -
:' Charleston, Tenn. June 7.
-.i Coi"Kobert McNclley Dear Siri I had hoped
iniv friends would not insiston my becoming a can
. . . didate-foroffice'tliis summer., They do, however,
nnd vri nre authorized to announce my name in
; n Bm!mt as a ca'nd idate for Congress. .
i Ti'i -'-' Tours,' truly,
.-.jr.! u vt' - ,: ' S. A. S-Mrrn,
TllE XATUKAUZATlb.V LAWS,
eri aa yesterday,' the 'Banner will, 'give the'
whole of an article of ours, we are content that tit
.1.-11 .-.IV.ViV' . 1,'. it 1. ri-i rrli TcTf twn rvdnrmi
auau uuiuuie vtvi .. . - -. -
and a half. The tenner, .says that we have s aid
thateflln6t'iuarrel with'Gov." Jones's position
tin favorofa 'changfe of Hie naturalization laws.
The eitract -which the Jiantier prints from our pa
per proves that we taid no such thing. Th that ex-
trnetr we tlo most exnresslv declare our dissent
from the position. "SVe -"quarrel" with the position
.itself, butriotwith Gov. Joses for tnakiogit, for jt
is ,a fair political issue. Wo emphatically endorse
GovjJfiKia'a argument arainst secret, oath-bound
political societies and against a religious test, and
in. admiration of his conclusions, do not feel dis-
. posed to criticise very closely the road by which
Ik irarls to -thoie oonclusions. But the whole
article of theVL'ajiiier is based upon a distortion ot
our remark, rs above shown, and it falls, to the
ground with this s'ngle correction.
When the editor of the Banner ba3.a few more
years of editorial experience; it ia to bo hoped that
he will be able to distinguish between the recog-
. nition of a question as a legitimate, political issue
. and an endorsement of the issue itself as right.
Either he cannot now understand this, qr he pre
fers to misrepresent us..
The foregoing was written for yesterday's
paper, but was crowded out.
JS The Banner of Thursday chaiged us with
saying that it had "printed" that "democratic
speakers were afraid to spealr in Nashville." Sup
posing that the word "printed" might be a typo
graphical error, and that it would be corrected next
day, we took no notice of the charge yesterday.
No correction having appeared, we suppose the
remark to have been a deliberate assertion of the
.Banner's. We must therefore give it a positive
contradiction. The Brnvier did hint that demo
cratic speakers were alraid to speak at the meeting
In question, in the remark that they had " no fancy
.for making themselves ridiculous by figuring as
the principal personages at such an entertainment."
UHAT ME. JJABKErt, TIIE l'RKSTDEST OF TIJK
Giusd Council or Tnn Ksow-Hotkikgs says
acout toe Asti-Slavkkt Feelixos op toe Or
der. We find in the New Tork Times of ifay 24,
the report of a speech of President Barker to the
know-nothings of the Tenth Ward in New Toik.
Some difficulty had occurred between the friends
and enemies' of Mr. Seward, and President Barker
was called upon to quiet the difficulty. After re
ferring to the obligations of the members of the
order to obey the will of the majority, lie said :
1 (The italics are ours )
Much excitement and bad feeling have been
caused in the Order in consequence of the course
pursued by some of our brothers upon the election
of United States Senator at Albany last winter, but
that question is now settled, and however mvcli
we may admire the Anti-Slavery vieivs of Mr. Se
ward, we cannot support him, for he is opposed to
this Order. I hww that Mr. Seieards views upon
the slavery question coincide with mine, and also with
the views of most of our urttliren of the Northern
Here is a distinct repudiation of all the silly
trash which know-nothing editors of the South
are in the habit of writing about the soundness
of the order upon the slavery question. He says
that a large majority of the order thoroughly
coincide with Mr. Seward's views vpon the slavery
question, and that the only reason why they can
not support him is because he is opposed to the
The Weather and toe Croi& The Griffin Em
pire State sayn We had on Wednesday night last a
bountiful rain, which, from what we can learn was
quite extensive. Our wheat crops are a full average
as to quantity, and the quality was uever better.
Many of our farmers have harvested their wheat,
and by the last of this week the whole crop will be
saved. Oats liavo suffered very much with the
drought, and this crop must inevitably be short
Corn never looked better, and cotton is doing very
well. The weather for several days past has been
quite cool, so much so, as to make fires indispensa-
ble to comfort in the morning and evening.
Goo Cheer in theMountaiss. The"-Dahlonega
Signal says: Almost every day brings us a gen
tle shower. All nature seems to wear a more live
ly aspect, while the faces of our farmers seem lit up
with great joy. The oat crop, about which was our
principal fear. Provisions are still high, but if the
, rains continue a reduction will soon take pkce.
The Cnora Late Rains, &c. Wo hear the
most encouraging accounts from all parts of Geor
gia, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana. fcc. The late
rains have been geueral and' copious, and the crow
ing crops in all sections present the most promis-
.ufc mmearance. .Lei us all be tnanktul and rejoice
juU wormy ana industrious tillers ot tne soil.
Hint, tho tt.r.. 1 r. . . . ... '
. M.iCueu lamine is nrrcsted and ttie sKiea
Wc shall be pleased to hear trom our agricultu
ral correspondents, touching the progress of the
growing crops during the season
8"""""' n""c ucean, which bids fair
to prove oi ue. i ne fcrst cargo arrived in
' the United States a few days since, and havinK
been analyzed, proves to be equal to the Peruvian
This discovery is said to be strictly American and
therefore the islands or island belong to us.
A letter received in New Tork, from Manches
ter, England, per Pacific, under date of the IStli
ult, reports a probability of heavy failures among
the manufacturers in consequence ol the losses they
hove been sustaining for the past few months.
Nrw Tore, June 7th. The Arctic expedition !
was spoken yesterday morning, in latitude -10,
lcnitude 69:33, making good headway.
"SDoviinr Tenn. Jttne ,yi83o.
Messrj..Editors: The-rivnl candidates for
I -yjePPaanry of thia county,.al tht3 place to uy.
Xt. i nnriRr-paurv ia enter into an analytical ex
amination of the positions and arguments "ned.
.TW,wArn.mhstanlia trthe'BWier J""2"
ponnrtwl from Other DOintS, in -"Ji
Purno-e 'an online. GoV. Jonssox, led .off in
the discussiou.anti neser w xi.u.iuo-
of democracy wiel4ed ore skillfully and more
vanouishinely upo? any politic field In Tennessee.
Jts every ilow,;ponderbusnd mighty, opened a
wound in thei. bosom or Know .notnmgism, Iran
which Its poisoned and vitiated life current gushed
in streams bo voluminous, thae the flickering light
of its vitality, grew rapidly- small and beautifully
faint. Its doom is fixed. And it will be, in the
futuri, ftbout as harmless, in 'this xunty. as the
coruscations of the lightning bug.
Indeed, civil and religious liberty noed have no
fears. When thevcan rely upon ta intellect of
such 'vast proportions and gigantic capacities as
Gov. Johnson's to' defend and Uphold their ram
part's. In his' hands they are safe. They will be
as 'bird to'level in the 'dust, as the' sturdy oak:
that has withstood' the storms and tornadoes of a
thousand -years, unscathed and uninjured.' And
Gentry begins to feel the force of :tho agonizing
fact, that' he' has struck at the substance and c&Ught
the" shadow. That he, as the pecnli&r and lavored
pet, and wouidte immaculat'o godfather' of 'this
"plotting, intriguing aniTskulking order-of Modern
Jesuitism in-Tennessee, is as surely, as the sdfa dis
penses light "and heat, slipping' down Ihe "greasy
plank'' of pblitical'annihilatidn, into the'' ' rag-bag
of deep and profound degradation.'' ' If 'not so
whyxioeg. he not come oat aod meet Gov; Jons-'
son in epen, manly debate ? Take his heart and his
principles out of his breeches pocket, and let Teh
nesseans know what a Tennessee's" principle t are,
who seeks the highest office within their gift
Does-ho doubt the patriotism of Tennessee? It'
secmsiso. He has sinister motives in view. He
knows full we!lr there is no intrinsic merit- in his
principles. That if he -were to inscribe them upon1
his banner it would be as. impossible for him to be
elected Governor .of Tennessee, aa it would be lo
polish the frost-bitten head, of a Guinea negro.
Why sirs, when Gov, Jomtsos applies the scalpel
to. his.past political life, and holds up to the assem
bled multitude, its.eyery piece, in all of its. naked
deformity; this piece in favor of class legislation,
that piece denying supplies to American soldiers,
while, fighting the battles of their country, upon
the plains and mountain tops of Mexico, and so on
to the end. Does he meet these charges with the
weapons of truth and argument? No. He an
swers them by buffoonery and bombastical flourishes
of oratory, and the beautiful stretching of his eyes
and winning and fascinating glances at the dis
ciples of Seward concludes by saying, that his
competitor ought not to be made Governor, be
cause he deals in such little things. Gov. Johnson
told him, he admitted that thero were little things,
and was very sorry such little things filled, up the
chapter of his political life,
Rest assured, that the tide is turning against CoL
Gextrv, for he cannot come up to the expectations
of his friends in his present cramped position, and
sensible men will turn from him in disgust, when
they consider the flimsey grounds, upon which he
expects their suffrage. From the effect the with
ering demnunciations made by Gov. Johnson on
know noihingism, had upon the crowd, he will sue-
cet-siuuy ouinuu uju siorm ana overcome me waves;
rtt . j . .1. , .,
of opposition, and safely and proudly moor the
democratic ark of Tennessee into the harbor of
peace and overwhelming triumph.
THE CANDIDATES AT BlPLEf. , i
A friend sends U3 a full report, of the, discussion
at Ripley by the candidates for G o vernor. We are
sorry that wo can only give the conclusion of his
letter, which follows :
The democracy, flushed with victory, returned to
their respective homes, cheered with bright pros
pects of a more glorious victory in August, whilst
some of the whigs frankly acknowledged that Gen
try was whipped. And if the signs deceive ns not,
and the star of Democracy continues to rise and
shine as bright in the "political zodiac" as it didyes-
terday, in August next, itTvill reach its high cul
minating point, and then dissolve in a bright flame,
and shed a halo of glory oyer the land that will
cheer our hearts for ages. To the Democracy in
those counties where the candidates have no ap
pointments, and who, in consequence of this fact,
think tnemsolves neglected, and have become some
what indifferent as to the result let me say a word.
Tou know that the shortness of the time prevented
them from visiting every county in the State, con
sequently some ot them had to be passed over.
Tou know, too, that you have a candidate worthy
of your support, worthy of any man's support: and
if you do not know, you ought to know, and feel
that this is a very important election, and will tell
in the future destiny of the great and chivalrous
State of Tennsssee. Then forget your imaginary
wrongs. Irird on the panoply of your might, go
forth to battle, and then shouts of victory will
again hash along your ranks. Andrew Johnsnn,
will be again elevated to the Chief Executive office
of the State, while CoL Meredith P. Gentry can
retire to his "babine fields and pray or Rome."
Clarksville. Joke 7. 1855.
Messrs. Editors: I would that I had time to give
you the particulars of the debate hero to-day : but
I have not. Suffice it to say that the overthrow
and discomfiture of Col. Gestrt wa3 total and
complete. The Governor overwhelmed him with
argument, and buried him under statistics. I think
Ihazird nothing in saying that there never was
a man so thoroughly whipped in thia city befere.-
All parties agree that Gentrv is no match for his
competitor, and unite in according to the Governor
the very highest grade of talents and eminent abil
ities as a debater. On the other hand Gentry ha
disappointed tho expectations of hb "friends, and
fallen infinitely below what was expected from
If tho Governor does as well everywhere as he
did here to day, and Gentrt does not do much
better, a re-election by a triumphant majority
awaits the Uovernor.
The democracy here are fully aroused and en
thusiastic. The debate of to day has been of im-
menso service to us. Spectator.
03" senator Dixon delivered a speech at Hop-
"'"'""-i -j-. duuh,.uujc ago wnicn we nnu no
ticed in the Louisville Journal. Mr. D. ii nnt
know-nothing nor in favor of tho proscription of
ninoiics, nauve ai least, Dot ne considers that the
loreigners are the bitter enemies of slavery and he
n l .H .1 .i r . i t . .
ii mimig vj uL-jnivc mem oi me ngnt oi suurage.
Strange then, that Senator Wilson in old Puritani
cal native Massachusetts, is in favor of proscribing
luiu.guera iuui jjui oeuaior Aixon is under a erie-
. it. r t - f 1
luuj eirur. xin lurmsnis opinion irom tne condunt
of a few mobs in great cities. In this State the
ioreign vote contributed largely to return to Con
gress the two men who ftvored tha Nebraska bill.
and who were the only men sent bac'i. The foreign
catholic more especially hasalmo3t invariably
voted with the Democracy, not on account of his
religion, but because he recognized in that party
the heart truest to freedom freedom of the white
men. The Southerner wha proscribes the foreign
";n(1 the Catholic to embrace the abolitioni3ts, is
Revofatmn0.' WOU,d hftve
French a iyRCder wbo shou,d h wjted
to hb bosol 10 -t8te English tory
the South SSZ2S
Tllft KnntcmmAn. T
large addition toils contingent fund.
his gosiipingstyleiia uillycbrMct githerltf
Kt the week's "Tall" Chage";at Liverpool furnishes
the following imporlact matter-': m J&L.
The talk yesterday was, that we are tbout tn
open a purpled "page in the history of the war ; that
our difficulties do not allproceedtfroa Jlnssiaf thatj1
.i v.. i .i.n.- r i.. ,? -
there has been a difference of opinion between our
has made a3 yet untold concessions : that she ue-
sires'peace- above all thin?rf? :that her brODOsals
have met the approaal of Austria, and, in part, ot
Great Britain ; that, in point of fact, pur govern
ment had accepted them ; that?! so nappy were the,
ministers at the hrospect- of restored amityt that
they did not conceal the fact froni their supporters:
T r. i-l i . . J 11 .!! J
mat, sir ueoree urrey commuoicaieu iuoeuw kill
ings to Mr: Bright; that Sir George regarded peace
as accomplished : that Mr .Bright was too happy
to tell the joy'ons intelligence to others; thatFiacco
however, had to be consulted ;fthat'no doubt was
entertained of her acquiescence,- but that our gov-i
ernment miscalculated the policy of , our ally : that
Xouis Napoleon at once rejected tbeproposed con
ditions: that the mlnisteral crisis in'France had dis
tract reference tot his determination that, vu'garly
.speaking, Lord raimerstan... was thrown aback ;
'that there Was. however, no ground.for tha.cbareo
in the Times, of disunion In the Cabinet on that
question; that the feeling of regrerwas general;
that a. knowledge of it operated sgainstLord Ellsn-
borough's motion; that .the Lord3 would not ooai--
plicate negotiations at such a, crisis ;, that ,wo are
'bound to France as fast as treaties..can make U3j
that we can do nothing but itt conjunction with her.
and, that.there is no backing out; that we must
go.on. and, that Louts Napoleon,' will goon; that
le precise terms of Russian,, propositions arc not
known' but that It is believed they embraced, in
part, all the proposals "made at the'eonference on,
the third point ; that the Czar agreed not to in
crease his navy in the Ituxino beyond what it was
in May, 1854 ; that ships of all nations might pass
through theiDardanelles, and, that Turkey might
augment her fleet ta'iih equality' with lhat of Rus
sia ; that, be the conditions what they may, it is to
be-regretted that what England, approved should,
be reiected by France: ithat itiislmnolitic to seek
tb Impose" needless" .humlliation'on Alexander; that
"ho dare not, submit o'a curtailment' of his, fleet or
his fleet or territory and. that, practically; it would
amount to nolhinor if he did ; that Turkey, can duist
in the vicinity, of Russia only in,theprotcctton of
The further talk was that Louis' Napoleon liad
ulterior designs; that a countenatice'of the war
with,Rus3ia willenablo him to, carry thenvoui: that
t.M XT' l.lt .t.: j C C T ' t..-
has everything to apprehend: that it is now suffi
ciently evident'that no-hostile Muscovite can ever
land on our .shores: that the Cossack must remain
at a. romantx distance; that invasion is entirely out
or the question; that, with irance the thmg is quite
different; that'she is accessible on every side; that
a combined Europe could pass the Rhine: that a
combination. of despots against Louis Napoleon is
not quite en impossibility; that he is a parvenu on
a throne, ana is inereiore detested; that itussia,
Austria and Prussia could crush him, and possibly
may attempt it; that he has! therefore, adecp inter
est in diminishing thapower of the Autocrat; that
Austria, also being m danger trom the same, direc
tion, would willingly assist in the work if she dare;
.1 . Tt - 1 1...1.1J1' - T .i.t., .1 , .
tion of Poland would relieve her from the oppre3
sive patronage of a, friend; .but that Poland revolu
tionized, what would Hungary do,? that there lies
tne tear wnica maces supineness oi so long a uaie:
. i. . . Hi . T J 1 1-1 l'
luui iu hiiibuco wiui truuui; uuu iiuyianu, iicruu
minions guaranteed, might embolden ' Francis Jo
seph; and it is quite clear that conflicting consider
ations will keep Austria neutral; that there are
difficulties now upon .Europe no one can deny, and
.1 r i . i r . -
inereiore war win oe wna us lor 3oifie una in
creasing in evil as it progresses.
From the Jjtntiiiana Qurur.
THK GREAT RACK.
Painful Intelligence for the lovers of Presidential
sports! Distressing Accident to a favorite coll
entered for the Sweep slakes hf 185C &im
Know-Kolhinq let down!
Many of our readers will be greatly pained to
learn that on Thursday last, that promising young
horsed whose friends" were certain would win the
sweepstakes at-.the fall races of 1S5C, was irretriev
ably ruined in a race in Virginia and has been
turned out to grass. It becomes our duty to give
a slight sketch of his pedigree, pertormances, &c,
fcc. It is not certain where he was foaled, but he
was bred near the Five Points, by his proprietor
Ned Btintline. He was sired by Prejudice, out of
cauaucism, ana is, oi course, mil brother to Abo
lition; Anti-Mason, Anti-Renter, and Higher Law,
whose pertormances on the JMew i ork and neigh
boring courses astonished the lovers of the Con
Within the last two years this young horse has
won' a great many quarter and scrub races, and
had raised the hopes of his friends that ho would
very probably win at the great four years race to
come.off on the first Tussday of November '50.
It wa3 hoped that if he could win at the spr'ng
meeting in the Old Dominion the mother of States
and Statesmen, and not less distinguished for fine
horses than for great men that no entry would be
made against him in the great Presidential sweep
stake. His friends were immensely sanguine, and
piled np their money at large, odds, that he would
double-distance his competitor. Some of the lIYse
men who. Know -Something took large odds, not
having any conndencs in the bottom of that stock,
as nono of his brothers had ever run a respectable
race and the stock is not considered game though
The meeting, however, came off on Thursday last,
and was witnessed by the largest crowd ever as
sembled, and the result looked forward to with
painful anxiety by the friends of the Constitution
all over the Union.
The.Virrinians entered their favorits old horse
Democrat, who, though occsionally. beaten. out of
tne state, naa never lost a heat on his native soil,
and though looking thin with hard werk, came to
tho Pole in a calm and easy way, -while Sam
Know-Nothing evinced all the dancing, prancing,
and impatience that characterizes the scrub. At
the start" the colt rushed ahead and his friends
shouted and made the welkin ring and betted and
bragged so high that the friends of poor old Dem
ocrat were afraid to risk their money, but Sam's
friends were doumed to a bitter disappointment
iiong betore the race was over, it was evident that
this promising colt was ruined forever. It was
with great difficulty that he was taken off the
track and led to bis stall, where at the last accounts
he was dying, and is now most probably dead.
OldDemocrat. on the contrary, camo out of this
race looking a3 fine as silk, andp'ickingup his ears,
and looking IFZse, as much as to say. "This old
horse never did, or will lose a race in Old Virginia."
it is not known what the enemies of old jDemo
cracy will do at the ensuing race, having disposed
oi their entire stocK tor the purpose of purchas
ing this very promising young Sim Know-Kolh-
There is said to be, north of Mason and Dixon's
line, a very strong and flourishiuff animal called
Anti-NebrasTca Bill, a half-brother of Sam's, who
has a host of friends at the North, and if a few
can be found at the South, he may possibly bo cn-
iereu to prevent uid democrat Irom walking over
Democrat by Old Virgina, out of Civil and Rel
gious Liberty, - - - - iq
oam-Jvnow-Nothing by Prejudice, out of Fa
naticism g. d. persecution, - - dist
Intelligent readers, choose vou with whom
ye will identify yourselves the American party
oaiuing ior ireedom. or its enemies, the pro slavery.
pro-whisky, pro-politico-Catholic party. iVew Qu
ite (ina.) courier.
Thi3 is the lrncuage held bv anti-slaverv. Free-
sou, and Abolition papers in the free States
hue the Louisville Journal and other Know- Noth
ing Whig papers in Kentuckv are lauding Sam as
sound and national on the slavery Question, the
anti-slavery naDers are urpinstheneoDle toioin tho
-Know-Nothings, because they are '''battling for
freedom" that is, in the Northern sense of the
term, for Abolitionism. The Dartv opposed to the
Know-Nothing the Democratic party is stigma
tized by Sam's organs at the North as '"the nro-
slavery, pro-whisky, pro-Catholic party."
We ask the intelligent voters of Kentucky,
whether they will choose to identify themselvs
with the Know-Nothing Abolition party, or with
the Democratic pro-slavery party pro-slavery in
the sense of sustaining the nehts of the slavehold
ers and slave States, under the provisions of the
Constitution and laws of the Union. Lou. Bern.
The United States mail steamer Arago, Captain
Lines, left New Tork on Saturday, on her first trip,
for Southampton and Havre; with 215 passengers
and $489,021 in specie. Among the passengers
are prince J. Buonaparte, Hon. Aaron Vail, and G
W. Kendall, Esq., of the New Orleans Picayune.
The Planters' Bank of Savannah has declared a
dividend of Bix percent for the last six months, be
sides an extra dividend of 4 per cent from reserved
THE TAUCIK ESftHiASDf 1 3S;
ASDTSGKHr,. Jusl 2, 835.
Although tho exc:teme.nt in'oJdent unon thb Jate
elections in Virginia has partially sgb:lded,.y6t itl
only yields to the greater excitement which will at-
tend the municipal elections in this ci:y on Jion
doyf next- ,1'lottipg and counter-plotting now
moDppoliz j the attention o the wire-wprkers and
gmall politicians ofWashington, andaserioua.opt-
uruau; is anucipnteu.
It will be matter of; interest to the public to
learn thata hew tim'e'tab'l has been arranged for
tho ,lua.cf railroad travele between tins city, and
SbX'oats, by. which passengers from". Washington
viaWheeling, Columbus, Dayton, Indianapot'3,
Terre-Haute and Vincencs3 will reach tho latter
city in forty three hours and fifty minutes. Just
think of it it seems b'kn a fairy talo, yet.iu July it
will be in operation.
About the richest thin? out is the vil!anou3 man
ner in which the editor of the lmencan Organ in
this city was relieved of twenty-live hundred dol
lars in,hard cash.
It lwell know that tho, county of Page, in Vir
ginians a port of the "Old Xegion ot 'ihomas
Jefferson, and that she always casts an almost unan
imous vote (about 750) for the democratic ticket,
regardless ot men. In this county or naru nsted,
unwashed democracy, the secret order of Know
Nothings found its way, and a lodge was establish
ed. The thiug wa3 novel, and the idea of becoming
Americans pleased the Dutch to death Soon 591
'members 'were introduced, and regularly initiated
into. the mystenesof theorder the lodge number
ed a majority of tho voters of the county the record
was transmitted post haste to Richmond, and thence
tb all the Iodgesin the State. The "Tenth Legion"
was giving way, and tna prosper was iair ior a
total rout Joy pervaded the ranks of the brother
hood as the tidings spread.
But fortune is fickle, and even know-nothings are
not always reliable. A few days before the eLction
the Grand Sachem of Page called his lodge togeth-
er-to con'ider" bus:n3sof great importance; andt
when nil bad assembled he remarked, in words ot
soberness, if not of piety "We profess to be dem
ocrats; have always been democrats but we are
about 'making d n foob of ourselves'. Now I
hare a proposition to make you: I propose thateach
one of us shall subscribe all the cash ho can raise, as
Abetting fund; that we despatch an agent to Wash
ington to bet it on the vote of Page county, and thi t
we tbenburn our record3 and Vote for Wise. What
a glorious prospect for a speculation and no sooner
said than done. Near $30,000 were raised, and the
appointed agent, accompanied by the presiding cf-
ncer oi tne lougc, visueu una city. iiie laiier
called on brother Ellis, gave him the signs, grips
and pas3-wonls, and assured him that 591 names
had been regularly recorded in Page. This was
enough proof as strong as holy writ, that Page
wa3 certain for Flournoy, the know-npthing candi
date for Governor. Just about this time a green
looking' democrat from Page happened to cross the
path of brotherEllis, andboasted of Wise's strength
in the "Tenth Legion." The bait took, and brother
Ellis was victimized to the tune of S2.500. The
county cast 901 votes for Wise, and .he treacher
ous know-nothings pocketed brother Ellis' cash,
besides winning some J.20,000 of others who bet
by the record. Thb, I am assured, ia a true stato
ment of bow tho Organ man was ''taken in and did
for.!1' May not others have attempted the same
From the IVUmington Journal.
LOOK AT VIRGINIA! THERE SHE STANDS!
Daniel Webster, once the great, glorious, .though
often erring representative and impersonation of the
old Uay State, proudly exclaimed in his place in the
Senate of the Union, ".Massachusetts 1 there she
Btandsllookat her!" and with all his faults she
was proud of him, and he of her; but how fallen i3
.she.now from her high estate ruled by the lowest
of the' low, and the vilest of the vile. Look at her
again, and where does she stand? where did she
stand even betore Ice mighty heart ot v ebster had
ceased to beat! But look at old Virginia, there she-
stands, the great, the noble, the invincible land ol
Washington and J enrson, the homed constitution
al liberty and genuine Republican States Rishts
Democracy, the great old mother of States still she
stands faithful amid the faithless, beckoning on the
South, pointing cut tbe road of safety for tho
Southern people, warning them against northern
isms and northern fanaticism rolling back, as she
has ever rolled baclr, tljeir swelling titles, and re
fusing to be deceived, no matter how the deceiver
might disguise himself. Aye, look at old Virginia,
there she stands, and the South will Btand with
her, conservative, constitutional, onfanatical, plac
ing her foot upon the neck of tyrants and tyran
nies, as her noble escutcheon proclaims, and on no
more' ruthless or more truculent tyrant did she ever
place her foot than she did on the 124th ot May,
1855. Look at.Know-Nothing Massachusetts and
Democratic Virginia,, and let the voters of the
South let tho-menthe citizens of the country,
choose between degraded Massachusetts and noble
old Virgiuia, and to make their election with whom
they will stand with Virginia, in good old Staffs
Right?, Southern Rights Democraay, or with de
graded Know-Nothing abolition Massachuselts.
What's to Become of It? As a distinct ism, the
Hindoo party is as dead as a door nail. The head
stoneofita eternal grave is planted in Virginia; and
it matters not two straws whether its lifeless and
buried carcass shall extend North or South, in search
of a foot-stone. Defeated in its first pitched battle,
it can never obtain another great victory. It fought
valiantly and victorously, while the old parties
stood trembling with fear and amazement; but when
Democracy buckled on her armor, and roused her
self for a death-battle, it shrank back and died. It
can never again frighten the people. We sliall never
meet it again, without thinking of the honest and
simple assurance of the old lady who chanced to bo
challenged at a corner in Pari: "It's only me pat
rol; yon neen't be afraidl" New Yirk Day Book.
Tikcisia. A PiTciiEn Battle and a Democratic
Victory! The election of Wise is a result of great
moment It was generally unexpected at the North
and is therefore a source of double honor to the Old
Dominion, and of double gratification to theDem.
ocracy of the Union. Mr. Wise himself deserve3
all praise for the indomitable spirit, and indefatigable
spirit, and indefatigable energy, with which he has
conducted the contest
It is the first pitched battle of the Federal party,
in its new name and organization, and with its new
accessions, against the Democracy. It is a decisive
victory. Tho scattered ranks of the enemy will
never recover. The new party, too, will lose all
the prestige they have thus far acquired, and will be
set down as a party destined from the beginning to
defeat What a fatel To encounter the double
disgrace of succeeding, as they have succeeded in
Massachusetts, and being defeated in Virginia!
The Etiquette or CnuRCHES The New Tork
Churchman issues a vermilllon edict, on the subject
of fans in churches, which we fear will raise
breeze among our fair readers, not altogether calcu
lated to cool them :
Avoid the used of the fan in church, at all times.
During the heart of summer it is no doubt a great
luxury. Hut wo are not, in liod s lloly Tetnplp, to
thmtcoi luxuries rather ot enduranc! and sacrifice
The practice is almostan irrevent one. When we go
to perform our solemn devotion to uod, we are not
to give way to self-indulgence. It is a profane fa
miliarity in the presence of Him who "is greatly to
do tearedm the assembly of cis saints.
Memoirs and Sermons of
Hcv. Ichabod S. Soencer.
Late Pastor of the Second Presbytrian Church, Brooklyn.
TOON, NELSON A CO, 4 1 Union street havejust received
Sermons of I. S. Spencer D. D.
Author of "A Pastor's Sketches," with a sketch of his
life, by Rev. J M. Sherwood,
"The late Dr. Socncer wa a model of derotednes.i.
piety, teal, and success in the Dastoral office. Asa
preacher, h. was temarkable lor the copiousness and weight
of his matter, rather tlun for any graces or attractions of his
manner. " aia originality or mind prerented mm
from beta" the servile convist of others Drevented him
even from following the beaten track in bis cj)Cf.itiorr.f
laminar iruins. nopreseniea oiaruoiecu in new aspects.
The memoir in this volume D resents a luminous and
deeply-interesting view of his life and character. It is
written in a tone of affectionate admiration, but without
fulsome panegyric." Ac. ITarptr's Magazine for June,
The Augustan Age of Jrancs;
jjOuisouneenm, ana me writers oi nis Age, neinga
Course of Lectures delivered (in French) to a select
audience in New York, by Rev. I.F. Astie Introduc
tion and Translation by Kev. E. N. Kirk.
Visits to European Celebrities.
By William B Sprague, D. D.
The Teacher's Last Lesson-
The Life of Sam. Houston. Illustrated.
The Rag Bag. By N. Parker Willis.
The May Flower. By II. Beecher Stowe,
EI? - With many other new and interesting jvorii.
light draught, steamer
3UE, Cokuitt, Master, will leave
as above and all intermediate landings, on i
Monday next, tbe 1 1th inst. , at 12 o'clock, r'or freight or
passage appiy on Doaru, or lo
TRIMBLE'S ADDITION. $1 i.
ON THURSDAY, tha 21st iMt on th8v5rwl, wet
Will Sell about Fiftv Lota in Ti-!rnMi kAA;u'
Xashville. ,On Maple Street, Nos. 7. 10,1i; 14.-15.19. 22..
82, tB,6i, 67.70r71.74, 75. 77. 73 aDdi78J0iujrarketK
S iV'Sr"' V?' Ul' M 65 63 C9. 72, 73 and 7(5. On
Trimble Street, Iios. 93r SO, 100, 10V103. 105,107.109,
111. 113, 115, 117, 11 !, 121 and 123. On North Hill Strtel,
m" dl24'104,1C' 103,11' 112.1W 11C U8.121,
i IheseLota. are alUhatdsemelT-aitaatad otrfln soil, are
.:i.;i.Mj, mi; itk itvm buu run oacjc lvJ t0 I5g eej t0 2Q
lUOfc A110T9. v '
The Corporation, of Nshvill ii-WnA to
Mapto Street by the 1st of August next Mori of lbs Lots
arj in tha City of Nashville: and are entitled to tho privi
leges of onr Free Schools They are aH'convenlent to most
excellent water, beimr entitled ta thn fro nnr T;wi,i.'.
.Spring, one of the finest in this Country.
n.t uia uiu iime Tve win sen aoont 'Tniny Acres on
Brown's Creek, divided. into Lota of from on to fire Acres,
most admirable locations for Manufactories.
Brown's Creek affords a never failing sapplr of 'Water,
and already large quantities of Wood are being brought
down the ChaUanooga Rail Road and damped off at a"
point convenient to these grounia.
TEKMd. OF oALEj
A credit of one, two, three, four and five years, for Notes
bearing interest, payable in Bank, and a lien retained.
Satisfactory security will alw'be required on tho two lint
Notes. Omnibasses will rnn as usual Call on us and
get Plota of the Ground and attend the Sale.
LINDSLEY & CROCKETT,
h. R. Glastcocx, Anct'r. S3 College Street
lIEAUTIFUr, 1ITJII.DTNG LOTS!
In Ilatlam's Addition
ON TUESDAY, THE 2GTH IN8TAHT.
ON the premises, we will -sell tha following Lots On
Jefferson Street, Nog.-1, 2, 3, 4, 25, 25 and 24.
On N.. 4 is a comfortable Owellingnow occupied by Mr.
Feltz. Noa. 1. 2, 8 and 4, are in-the Corporation, and are
entitled to the invaluable Free School privileges. On No
24 is a good Store Und Dwelling.
On Belville Street. Noj 6, 7, 3, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15.
On Na7 is a Dwelling House.
On Warren Street, Kos 10. 17,18, 19, 20, 21,22 and 23.
On No" 23 is sitmted a comfortable Dwelling.
Also, Lot B, fronting 122 feet on Wtrren Street and 146
feet onilaslam Street, including; the comfortable Dwelling
now occupied bv Samuel Haslam, containing some 7 or 8
good Booms. These Lots are well situated, in the most
industrious, energetic and thriving portion of our City.
They are convenient to (rood Water, one of the Lots bav
in'; on it a most excellent well; The vacant Lots, viH be
sold on a credit of one, two and three jeirs, for Notes bear
ing interest, satisfactorily secured, payable, in1 Bank, and a
lien retained. The improved Lots will bs'sold for one
fourth cash, and the balance on a credit of 6, 12 and IS
months, lor Notes payable in Bank, without interest, satis'
faetorily secured, and a lien retained. Sale to- commence
at 11 o clock, A M. Omnibusjes will run as usual.
Those wishing to see plots ot tbe ground will coll on us.
LINDSLEY A CROCKETT,
E.R. Glascocc, 83, Collete Street
GREAT SALE OF NEW AND FASHIONA
BLE FURNITURE AT AUCTION.
T WILL 'sell on Thursday, Friday and Safurday. June
jl ia, lomana ism, tne enure uoccot fuimuuke.
at the ld stand of I. H. Mortox. No. 45, Union street
Consisting of a large and well selected-lot of Bedsteads,
Bureaus. Wardrobes. Pianos. Sofas. Tete a Tetos. Divans.
Rocking Chairs, Easy Chairs, Parlor, Cane Seats, and of
fice unaira, li oo k cases, secretaries. Wntinsr Uests. Look.
ing Glasses Whatno-s, Lounges, Cribs, Wash Stands,
Vf in-low bnadea , Table and Piano Covers, Uomlorts and
Clocks, Commodes, Breakfast, Dessert, Dining, Extension,
Wort, Card, and rancy Tables. Together with a great
variety oi omer aracies, too numerous to mention.
!5f Call and examine, previous to the f ale.
fjgr Sale positive and without reserve, commencing at
9 o'clock each day.
Tksus All sums of $100 and under, cash; orer-f lOO
ana unaer f zuu, ou aays; over tzw ana under, isuo, 4
months; over $300, 6 months, note) bearing interest from
1 . . 1 . T 1 l ' 1 -1
uaiepavaum in njinu auu t-aiisiacwnty euuprseu.
KgT The Ladies are especially invited to attend.i
T. V. BARNES, .
WE are now offering for sole on the most accommoda
ting terms, a desir-ble tra;t of land, containing
tiDom vu cres, suuoieo irom i to mues irom me cur,
frontinir on the Broad Street Turnpike. Said land can be
divided into 14 lots of 5 acres each, all timbered and many
oi lueoi couiujauutug uuiiuiugsiwv. ouiu ikiju is-miuie-
diatelr opposite the handsome building lots tvld bv W.
H. Gordoj, Esq., and Messrs. Qleaves, Bowling and oth
ers, me neiguooraooa is very uestr&oie, bqu seining up
bvmanvof our best citizens. Terms An unusuallr lone
credit will be given, for notes bearing interest in Bank,
satisfactorily secured, and a lien retained. Don't ell call
at once on J. L.A R. W. BROWN,
unelQ-2m 44K Cherry Street.
KAN AWAY from mv bouse on the 1st of thisf.
month, ifNEGKO "BOY named ADOLPHUS.tt'
sometimes called DONNELSO.V. Said boy is about ,S
five feet and a half high, of a quick motion, quick speeco.
and very intelligent; he is about 25 years of age; his color
IS MJ UgUL lUBfcUUe VVUUIU DUpMSC U1U1 UUfc UilflB 1UU uuc
fourth nezrn. He is bald on the ton of his bead, and
keeps his forehead shared. Adolphus was raised near
NaEhville, and is suppotcd to be now in or near Nashville.
The above reward win be g.ven for nis appreaension ana
confinement in any jail, so tbat 1 can get him.
JunelO-t-wlw THOS. L. YANCEY.
ALL persons having cUmis against the eslaie of Thos.
D. Devenport, deceased, are hereby notified to file
their claims, duly authenticated according to Law, with
the Clerk of tbe County Court of I-awieoce county, Tenn,
for pm rata distribution of caid estate on or before the 7th
day of December, 1555. or they will be barred bylaw,
ih. -it, A.-mf t.iio nr,r.
' ' CALVIN L. HERBERT.
junelO w8m Administrator.
REGULAR LOUISVILLE PACKET.
THK steamer FAWN, Bi-xce, Master,
will leave as above, and all intermedi
ate landings. Mondar next, tbe 11th inst.,i
at 4 o'clock. For freight or passage apulv on board, or to
junel'J ll 11. ii. iiAiuusu.-i, Agent.
STRAW CUTTERS & CORN SIIELLERS.
A GOOD assortment of various s izes just received.
FALL A CUNNINGHAM.
No. 47 Public Square.
Fall & Cunningham.
WHOLESATjE DEALERS AND IMPORTERS
OF HARDWARE. CUTLERY AND GUNS.
No. 47. North kid Public So iia re. Nashville. Tennessee,
TTAVE now in store a full and complete assortment of
I jaraware in all us varieties, togetner witti an unu
sually lirge stock of Cullerg and Gun; to all of which thej
invite tbe attention of Dealers visiting this market; their
stock has been made np by direct purcnases irom me
Jfanvfaeturers both in America and Europe, and tbey feel
confident tbat those who may give them a call will find it
advantageous to deal with them.
GtsU and prompt time buyers will find the prices of their
goods suited to the times.
pgTFeathers received at the highest market price.
Nashville, March 3, 1SS5. twSw
VTO LASSES. 2W bbls Choice Molasses to arrive
XVJL per sfeamer E. Howard, which left New Orleans on.
the Stli inst. lor sale by
mblS W. H. GORDON A CO.
POTATOES. 54 bbls White Mcahanio Potatoes, re
r l ii 1 , 1 1 1 l I I.
. ceiveu II11S liar pvraicauicr twcauuc,auu iitr paiD ur
mh30 MORRIS A STRATION.
WE have just received our stock of Spring Goods
consUting of Silks, Beragss, Moire Antiques, Print
ed Jaconets, Alusuns, superior isieacned ana Brown Jius
line. Uosierv. M.tts. 4c . dc Also, a treaeral slock of Sta
ple Goods, Linen Drill.-, Cottonades, Tickings, Sylvop Mills
Goods, for Servants, Cassimcres and Vestings; which we
a re selling remarkably low lor osu.
We shall be very happy to see our old customers and a?
many new ones as wisn to pnrcnase gooa uooas ai jow
pnejs; 'ruuittjiua & DtitTiAitu,
apl2 No. 9 Union street.
A VALUABLE TRACT OF LAND FOR SALE.
THE undersigned otferd his valuable Farm, situated in
Coffee Countr. three miles from Pelhsm, and six
miles from HilUburo', on the road from Nashville to Chat
tanooga, and about three hundred vard3 from the Pleasant
Plains Male and Female Institute, and contains about four
hundred and twenty-live acres. Said farm has been long
esteemed one of the very beat in the county, and located
in a bealtby section, entirely exempt trom tne visitation oi
all malignant diseases. There ore about two hundred and
twenty- five acres of cleared land, all under a good fence,
and in a high state of cultivation. There rra two comfort
able dwelling houses, a commodious b, stables, with
cumiortabie negro nouses, in suori, it wen improvea.
Said farm has a most ferule end productive sou, admira
bly adapted to the cultivation of grass, clover and small
CTaio. Ac . and can be mode one ot the best stock farms in
Middle Tennessee having a sufficiency of water at every
Possession can be had at any time. Persons desirous
of purchasing, are respectfully invited to examine tbe
premises, and learn of the subscriber tbe particulars as to
tne termr, ac (leoswu ; r. ll. rtttUK.
COME AND SEE !
rriHE undersigned have just finished to order a r air of
JL MANTEL MIRRORS and a PIER GLASS, with
frames from Original Designs, to which they invite the at
tention ol all wno cave a taste lor sucn tmngs. V e have
said that we can manufacture anything in this line tqunl
to tho most magnificent manufactures of the Eastern
cities, and at prices which make it the interest of the citi
zens oi xtasnville and Middle Tennessee to purchase or us,
and we offer these, our latest works, as proof. Come and
pee them, and bo ratified, by occnlar demonstration, as to
wnaiwecanao. w. a it isyt.ii5l.ui.
may 24. 1855 2w
QTILL coming to R. W. SUAFFEIt'S, No. fi Collega
KJ oireoi, wno intend to seep cousunuy on band every
article in the Furniture line to suit all mankind; together
with Lamps, Girondsles, and a good assortment of
(.locks. Matrasses constantly on hand and nude to order.
I have on hand at present a good a&tortment or Children's
IT;il rt . ,i . t ,
t mow viriages, an ceap ior casa or gooa paper oy
may29-2m D.W. D0KRIS. A?ent.
Produce and Commission Merchants
NO. C BROAD STREET.
Nashville, May 2Sd,185.o
a RATES. Just received from the manulaclurers at
New York and Pittsbnrcr. the best selected stork of
unties ever uuereu in iiuUTiiie, prices ranging irom
. er . - . t ! i . . - r-
3 50 to (SO some new patterns, with circular lenders,
wmcn are very nandsome. fur ssie oy
mayiz aauw, iiAutvt,..ir. ,t uu.
TTALL A CUNNINGHAM have removed their stock of
X" HARDWARE. CUTLERY AND GUNS, to No. 47
NORTH SIDE OF PUBLIC SQUARE, opposite the lower
end of the Market House, beimr the old and well-known
stand of Morgan. Gardner A Co.. where they are now offer
ing at WHOLESALE a well selected assortment or all
articles in their line of business. Merchants visiting
Nashville are requested to call and examine their etocx
and prices. jan4 wAtwCm
fTlere W-fewJbings which afibr&ns greater pleas
ure than sitting down to write a notice of the celebrated
HooSand German Bitters, because we ore fully conrcious
we are confering a public beneSt, and our heart tells us
that bv our notices many have been induced to take these
complaint, tey for ihe, care of which it is certain. It ia
prepared and sold only by Dr. C. M. jackson, at the Ger
man Medicine Sfore, No. 120 Arch StrcetJhuadelphia.
see aarerusement. 'jnsei iwaxw
CnmncATs or a DeuaaisT. Testimonials like the to!--
lowing are reaching th,e proprietor continually, extolling
the eflTcacy bf'B. A-Tahneafock's Vermifuge, nnd .bearing
'witness of its curative powers.. It is the great worm de
stroyer, and but lor asr discovery, hundreds, now 'in the
eajoymentofure, would have-been' in their graves, Vso
it with confidence, as there never was a preparation pos-
seising men extraordinary powers to oxpel. worms.
Ararcs, Teias, Ftb-27,'55.
iftwr. B.J. Fahustoeh & Cb, PUttbtirg, Peim.
GciTLtuxx: During ihe two years that I have been sell
Ing'your celebrated Vermifuge, 1 have witnessed its efficacy
in expelling. worms with satisfaction. It wilLcerlainly ex-
rs! ucb( if there be worms in the system. As a druggist,
take pleasure in bearing testimony to the merit of your
valuable Vermifuge, and but echo the sentiments of num
bers of my- patrons and 'customers, when 1 My that t be
lieve it to,be. the bestjirtido in use for the expulsion of
worms. " Truly youis, 4c.,
. -. - FRAJ.CIS J. DUFFAU.
Sold, wholesale and'retail by all tboprineipal drugisfa
and country merchants throughout the United States.
SOUTHERN tlllJTARX ACADEMY
CV , . r n T"f -r-i'
T ji. V.i '--l'i'
(by AUTnoarrT of tsis state or a la..)
Conducted xftt ih'tlfatasa plan '
GRAND SCHEME FOR JUNE. CLASS Q.
To be Drawn 23d Jnne,185J, in the City of Montgomery,
when Prizes amounting to
will be distributed according to the following
Magnificent Selicine !
EITAnd. TtRMKMRKR. even- Prize U di awn af each
Drawing, and paid when dne WITHOUT DEDUCTION !
. 5,0t 0 H..
- 50 is
do ,.' '
do ' .......
403 Prizes amounting to.
ONLY TEN THOUSAND NUMBERS!
Tickets $8 00 Halves 84 OO-Quarters $2 OO.
Persons wishing' Tickets in Nashville, win p!eac leave
their orders with R.U. BROCKWAY, 71 Publlc 'K.-iu4re,
who. is authorized to -receive nnd forward thent, and to
whom the scheme? and drawings will be regularly sent.
A compliance witlf the alA-e will ttvemuch tiu.e anj
-labor necessary to answer individual orders I ro-m tiuia to
time. EreiTprizo drawn atdi drewin.
ISf Bills on all solvent Banks taken at par.
IS" All communications strictly confidential.
SAMUEL SWANN, Agent and Manager,
Sign of theTJronza Lioas,
- JS?" Thoa. Welsh and Justns Wyman, ttq's, Sworn
Commissioners to superintend the Drawing.
Hew BanMng House.
JOUX DJAUESl A. WntLVSS. DAVID D. JA1IIS
JOHN D. JAMES & CO..
BANKERS AND EXCHANGE DEALERS,
Next Door to the Hunk of" Nashville,
INTEKE3T paid on Deposits by
jinll JOHN D. JAMES A CO.
TIME AND SIGHT BILLS, on alt the principal cities
in the Union, bought and sold at the lowest rate by
janll JOHN D. JAMES A CO.
COLLECTION'S nude on all the cities in the United
States, and prompt returns made, by
janll b JOHN D. JAMES A CO.
1 iLU AND SILVER bought and sold at bent rates, by
JOHN D. JAMES A CO.
Fl A V O It 1 (i
E X T R A C T S .
Rose. " Cinnamon.
" Orange, " Pine Apple,
" VanUIa. " Peach.
Received and for sale by A. STRETCH, Wholesale
and Retail Druggist, corner College and Union sts. mySO
FINE TOILET WATERS.
Amber Lavender, Verbena W ater,
Lavender Wotcr, Cologne dn.
Bay Rum. Millifleur do,
Florida Water, Rose do,
Aromatic Vinegar, Orange Flower Water.
Jast received and for sale in asrted sized bottles at
maj20 STRETCH'S DRUG STORE.
. Ambrosial Shaving Cream,
Mailey's Fine Toilet Soap,
Old Brown Windsor do.
White do do.
Italian Medicated Soap,
Superior Honey do.
Transparent Scap in bars
Barber's Block; together with the most favorite kinds,
Keceived and lor sale low at
may0 STRETCH'S DRUG STORE.
COOPER'S 1SINGLASS.-A large lot of Cooper's
j Kenned isinglass; Biso.sparunog ueiatin tn a-ssorieu
sizd packages. Keceived and tor sale by
ap27 A. STRETCH.
T RUSHES. A large invoice of Clothe3, Hair. Nail
JL ana loom urusnes, ior sale cneap by
mh31. AAKU.V STItETCH.
t W.ROBEP.TSON A CO.. No. 14. CoIIeze street, have
V Jm tnis dav received an additional t-upplv ot l.ndits
perior Kid I'nmp Bootees, which they will sell low fur
COSH. We bavealsoagood stoctor Jlisscs and onilureas
n i a .it..-, n ir rnn?i?TiiV i mi
"TTTE have opened an Ice Depot in the house next' door
Y to ii. uojd on unerry street, wnero ice ot as
fine aualitr as anr in the market can be had at one nnd
a half cents per pound. A share of tbe patronage is so
H7 Open at all hours durintr tbe week, and unt'u
o'clock, A. M., oa Sundays.
niayi im v. av UAKllr.1 r uuus.
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING AND FANCY GOODS.
rriHE season being advanced, and as wn with to make
J. room ior onr tall purchases, we will sell our present
stock at reduced prices it consists of Shirts. Underwear.
every variety, llair lloe, moves, Uravats, btocts, t ans
Combs. Brushes Umbrellas, Cane. Trmts, Carpet Bags,
Ac Ako a fresh and superior tot of Perfuair rv. Hair Oi).
Bar Rum, Ac . Ac, together with many other articles, all
ot wnica we will sell at low rates.
juneO MYERS A McG ILL.
n HATH ING MATS. A few more of those
VjT Bath Mots for sale by
MYERS A McGILL.
Ladies and Gentlemen's Furnishing Store, corner of Sqnare
and College street. juneo
rpROTTING RACE tocomeorerthe Walnut Course
I at Isashville on ttiattn day of July fora Club purse
of 100, len per cent entrance, to go mile heati, 3 best in
S, tbe entries tn be clueed oa the 25th day of June. All
entries to be made to the proprietors of the track at the
Nashville Inn. janeS d3w
LD. STEVEMiON, having associated with him in the
. Dry Goods business, Mr, J. P. BIRTHRIGHT, the
business will be continued nnderthe firm and style of ere
YEXsox A BinTHBiusT, either of whom have full power to
settle and close tbe business of the late firm of Stevenson
A White. fmy2
Stamp tot American StsiMlapt.
BAILEY & GO.,
(Formerly Eailey A Kitchen,)
13C Chestnut street, Philadelphia,
BRITISH STERLING AND AMERICAN STANDARD
Tea Setts, Pitchers, "Waiters, Forks, Spoons. &c, e.
Stun , for Srihth 8trliit-
XST ALL MADE ON THE TKEJIISES. &
Urdern will be received bjr UAJlr-ucia. a uu..mu.':,
and furnished at Philadelphia prices.
I jan'J j em inside
TO IIOTHI AND FAMILIES.
WE are selling ICE CREAM st$2K per gallon.
Weare selling 2 BREAD TICKETS for$L
We are selling nil kind of utiAi:ivtii at 10c per lb.
W r fu-llinc IJLACKand GREEN TB.VS. warrantl.
25c per cent., lower than sold by any other house in the
iraae. . . .
We are sellintr every article in our lice at enuailv Re
duced Prices wholesale and retail.
may2S WKSSEI. A THOMPSON.
rpEXAS LAND I'OR SALE. I have about thir-
i iyne uwusuu acres m utua ior sale, IJing in Uauf-
man, wooa.uuni, nuom, Yansmdt, Shelby and Orange
ceunties, Texa. I can satisfy any gentleman that these
lands are very desirable, as they are located in the very
bait cotton and erain irrowinp- rjortinna nf th Stiti nnd
many of them fine sugar lands. Titles indisputable.
P- KKE3 W. I'UIHElt.
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FIFTY DOLLARS REWARD I
R ANA WAY on Monday night, the SIst Inst.. whiU in
the employment of Mr. Chjrlee E. H. Martin, of this
city, TWO NEGRO MEN, tamed JIM and ALBERT.
They are about twenty-lire ycni of age;of dark complex
ion, had with them a new suit of clothes, mode of erea
casinett, and new silk hats. Jill is abont fia feet eight
inchee high; weighs abont ISO lbs; well forme.!, high fore
head and pleuing countenance; speaks quick: v ben spoken
to: was raised in Williamson county by Thomas Pet way.
ALBERT is about 5 feet 7 inches bight weighs aoout 175
lbs: round face, good coonUnance, with small round eves:
speaks rather slow when spoken tor rather an bumble
locking negro; was raised by Col. Thomas Williams, nf
Montgomery, Ala. I will give the above reward if they
are taken and seeurrd so t.at I get them.
juneT tt lru niyj. C L. XELSOX.
FOR HIRE. A Negro Woman,' without Incum
brance, good Cook, Washer and Iruner. A poly to
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Nashville Female Academy.
THIRTY-NINTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION,
Monday, Tuesday aad Wednesday,
Jane 11 ti, 12th and 13 th-
TI1E Senior Class will read Forays ia tha Academy Ball.
Exercises each dsy will begin at 9 o'clock. A.M.
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an Exhibition of the "Fine Arts." Oil Pointing. Drawing.
and Embroidery, in the Exercise HalL
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Next Academic Year will begin Monday, Sept. the 3d.
Teachers will be In their place tho week previous, to re
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of 42 consecutive wseks, counting the oreparatnryand
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BETWEEN High and Church StreeU. and the Squire,
" fine workeS BRACELET, of beautiful I Brown Hair,
fastened with a large chup of Plain Gold, enelcng a large
lock of Black Hair. a. j
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and deliveis the Bracelet at the Union A American office.
TTtlNE COHUS- A large lot or English and Amen
i cm Ivory Fine Tooth Comba, just received and for
j can aiurj Ml.m, anrw TnPTftr