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8 "tW" f 1 4 A r4 Sl : r-i -6 v ... -(sas mi f ' !: DAILY; $3; TRI -WEEKLY, Sj WEFKLY. 8 OFFICE-COBWEB CHTJBCHAyP CHEBBY STBEEfS. It. G. C. TOUBETT & CO. E.Q. EASTMAN, g C. BPfiKtHOTOK. & Q.C- TOSBE j THURSDAY MOMING.MAY 1, 1 Sid. niTTtjp or THE KANSAS TROUBLES. ' The difficulties which are now occurring in AJin- .f r .Mn.W and disorder, into which- '.thbi nnhanDV territory has been planged-nay ;tbe , .civil war which threatens to break out at ev;cry -moment; are undoubtedly the work of know-noth-. ingism. It is a matter of fact which events mjthe North have fully corroborated, that the principal aim and purpose of the new faugled party there was t. to secure a mjoritycf members of Congress opposed to slavery, for the purpess of defeating any, at- -i n SntmrWA "Kansas into the Union as a mmi t Uve State. It is abo a matter oi puonc noron ety,that,ror montns nacs, a secret u : military societv has been formed in that territory . ... -- soil measures into operation, the chief of tlie Order being styled "the General," and - , . u.t - . Lis snboramates otneerea accoruiug w ur Viva stations. This U another of the evils which now-nothingism has entailed upontno eouin . j.w the creation of new pouticai secret orgaui.iuu, iVhfl?)loreunknown in our country's historyJani "'incompatlblo with our institutions and the spirit liberty.; .It is a matter of satisfaction to all good dsmocrats throughout the land to know, that while others have been plotting against the true interests " of their .country and lending aid and comfort to thosa who have been seeking its destruction for Din at least have been true to their j j- , j creed, to the law?, and to the Union. Even now, while know-nothingbm is openly showing its hands in Congress, while free-soilism has elevated to the Speakership of the House an abolition agitator, the eyes or the South, nay of the whole country, turned ud towards the democraci tne only par ty which deservps its confidence, and which offers ' rnimmtiea of order and tranquility. It is a tribute due to cenuine patriotism and to unfaltering at tachmentto republican principles. REPLY TO THE PATRIOT. - BT AS OLD CUT WUlfl. K The Patriot in reply to my expose of the aboli tion tendencies of the Philadelphia Convention, in Bteadof frankly admitting a fact so notorious that Sut few even among the mo3t devoted friends of the American party pretend to deny or bring it in question, endeavors to make a personal issue with an old Clay Whig, by the preposterous charge that " some extracts from the letter of Gov. Caw, were garbled to suit the purposes of the writer." Whether Gov. Call meant what he tays is not im portint as touching this question, but that I gave to it the legitimate construction which the words and the order in which tbey are placed would not only juitify but require, I think no one who reads will doubt. It must be remembered tfcat my argu ment was predicated upon the account of the pro ceedings of the convention furnished by Governor . Call, because it had been endorsed and commend' ed bv the Patriot. The fact was notorious that a large number of the leading southerners had retir ed from the convention and Gov. Call among the - -numW In -commenting npnn this fact, I adopted his statement as to the particulars. The entire frnm which I made the extract is in the following worda: "fin h mnrninff of the 23d of tebruary, J. re tired from the Convention, after a full and frank declaration of the causes and motives by which I whs actuated. When I retired from the Conven tion, tho distinguished representative from Ala bama. Mr. Walker, retired aUo, and all the dele- rates from the South, and indeed all conservative men from the North would have retired but for the hope they entertained that the disposition of the Convention would assume a more tavoraoie Bspecu In this hope they were not dssjppoicted.' I desire to call the special attention of the reader to an important fact which plainly appears in the foregoing extract. If I had inserted the whole Eentencc instead of extracting only a portion of it, it would have strengthened my position an hun dred fold. It would have been, and is, conclusive, upon tho principal point at issue in this discussion. What is that question? 1 have lcsisted that tne majority of the Philadelphia canvention was un- sound upon the question most vitaWto the South, The Patriot denies the correctness of my position, and brings forward Gov. Cam. ai witness to justify this denial. If the reader will consider the above extract entire, which the Patiiot charges me with having garbled, he cannot fail to perceive that the portion which I did not publish decides the ques lion against tho Patriot in a way that can leave no doubt upon the mind of the most prejudiced de fender of that convention. Assume to be true the Patriot's version, and what do we learn from it ? First, that the convention repealed the slavery section of their old platform by the adoption of a new one, which Gov. Call regarded as so very obnoxious to tho South that he took the extreme method of declaring his disagreement by formally withdrawing from the convention. He farther in' forms us that not only the entire southern delega don bat all the conservative men of the North would also have retired with him, but for the hope they entertained that by remaining they might bring about a cbanse in the feeling of the convention. Now if the proceedings were "sound upon the question moat vital to the South," why in tho name of all that is reasonable would Gov. Call and the entire southern delegation be inclined to withdraw? Or if the majority was "patriotic" and "national," what possible motive could influence all the con servative members from the North to retire from the convention with the representatives of the South? Is any thing moro clear than that Gov. Call means to be understood that the proceedings of the majority had "been so offensive to the South and to the conservatives of the North that they would all have dissolved their connection with the Convention but for the hope that other and better influences might produce a change? The sequel proved, however, that even this hope was fallacious, for the convention refused to the last to remodel the objectionable platform, or to reconsider the re peal of their old slavery question ; and this plat form, objectionable as it was, now stands tcord for word, and letter for letter, as it stood when Governor Call retired from the Convention The reader will readily perceive that my pcsl tion would have been materially strengthened if I had adopted the interpretation of the Patriot and had published the sentence entire, though at the moment I had not peiceived that there was any -ambiguity in the phraseology. Mr. Fillmore has ic:urned to Rome from Na ples. Mr. Cass was to entertain him at a splen did banquet, to which all the leading Americans in Rome, and the high dignitaries of the Church wer invited. Mr. Fillmore was to leave on the day after for Florence, Milan, and Venice. Mark ed attention had been shown the Ex-President by the Pope and tlie King ofNaples. London pa per. It isa droll circums'anco, that whilst theHin doo party in the United States are pretending to be in actual bodily fear of the Pope.who is 3,000 miles off, their candidate for the Presidency is eating and drinking with him, and not the least bit afraid! EST" We are gratified to notice again at his residence in this city, the Hon. Jko. Catron, as. sociate Justice of the Supreme Court of the Uni ted States. The Judge, notwithstanding the ar duous nature of his position, which he so highly adorns and dignifies, presents a hearty Jand hale .appearance. . t rTV . The kBow-noiDing President. I have nominated Soeibey , IhedlUwankee Amen wo. .nuu-u-o the public p. foiling V E . . . n-ssass of that resoin- uon, niendo Mr. Bmka has claims up- fx" i .WniWa can offer. The first to raise his voice in advocacy of its principle?, he ha3 been fearless and consistent in their support.-- During the contest for Bpeskeramp uupreteueui ed in length in parliamentary history be un remitting in mseujrts, anainiiaieu iuio iuc ington Council of which he is President, ninety- seven of the so-called "Kepnblicans, wno were attempting to secure his election. Bants ?ot "103" votes ninety seven ot wnicn r e-e given by men whom he, by his own hand3, had initinated into the Order. gJTbo American adds as itsopinion tbstjtbe iNorm American Convention, of the 12th of June, at Kew York, will make the nominations which will be con- firmed by the Republican Convention, at rnuauei- -i,:. n 17ii It concludes: ShouM this not be the ca3e,ano snouiu ujriu.UB . i i nomination of suitable candidates in PJf". !nfpITr;tT the American party at the xTuii.i h distinctive'streneth of the latter wiU DOdoubt be given in favor of such arises. .u.u tmn tickets will appear in the field ot r; 8ndan American W iac gn m),rHnB.,r mminnea to be troubled Bbout the northern democracy. It thinks they wont ao i,. ,at(i V don't remember ever to nave . seen iteaanifest any fear of trusting Seward, from ifce Lyni A MAN IS KNOWN lit 1 irhhnrp-ReDUblican. Old Saving, -Roinw nubliah the official letter mtcrmmg ir.j nnnMsnn of hi3 nomination for the Fice Pre- ttt Inttnfi flint niip roorlnrO Blttency. e puuuau uio ;- may see how .much Democracy there was in the Vh adelnbia UonffCDUoa. buu aim uuw uiuku ' . . . . n . JI .1-. 1 ...i. At vn. r..rA Tnr lha riohlA ni ma isoum : ppjjju.A, Feb. 26, 185G nn. TTnw AmintV JACKSON DoNKLNOS:" air. The- National Convention in this city hav inp nnanimouslv chosen you as their candidate for the Vice rresiaency oi mo uueu oiaies in me approaching election, have appointed the under pinned a committee to make known to von. official : T i- e ly, this proceeaicg, ana 10 bsk your aqjeiaia uf In thedischage of this duty, the undersigned are hanDV ta avail themselves of the opportunity it af fords them to express their personal gratification in the cbous3 made by the uonventios, and to congra tulate vou upon a result no less honorable to your st If than auEp cioua Ip the. welfarp of the country. .... .i - i i rj i .1 . IV an tne nignesi consiucrsuun, wo uaye ma Ho nor to be, very respectfully, your obedient BervantP, &.fjK.. a., xx. axuAur, oi y irgima. A$rew Stiwakt, of Penn. JJbastps Beops, of New York. Ji. a. iJABTtiTT, of Kentucky. Wm. J. Eames, of Massachussete, ErHiuiM Mabsh, of N. Jersey. Look at these sir worthies 1 Inspect them one at a time: 1st. A H. H. Stuart. It is not necessary to tell the people of Virginia who Mr. Stuart is. lhey well know, that he has no political feeling except bi!ter, venomous, and vindictive hatred to pemo- cracy. ao mucn ior mm. 2i Andrew Stewart. This gentlem in was known while in Congress, according to our recollection, for two things, viz advcc&cy of the highest and most protective kind of tariff and sympathy with the enemies of the South. His record will show, we think, that ho was a bitter Whig and equally anti slavery man. So much for him. ji. Jirastus urooss. Ar. rooKs has tor many years been the editor of a Whig papsr in the city of .New xorfc During tne compromise agitation of 1850 hi manitcatea wbat some bouthern peo Die iri;iiUvJ J-. t )o; i -. a violent opponent of the Kansas-ljcbrajka bill and stood side by side with Seward in opposing that measure. lie is at present a member of the 2Jew York Legislature. His present position upon the slavpry question may be ascertained from the fact that the other day he introduced into the New York legislature a bill conferring the RIGHT TO VOTJS upon negroes. So mucb for him. 4th. E. B Bar.JetL We have no special information as to the politxal antecedents of this centleman. He has not, jn all probability, been prominent enough tn have any record. At all events we have no knowjdejm on the point 5th. W. J. Eames. Wc are more fortunate as regards him. He has made some noise in the world in a small way. He is a Massachusetts Know Nothing, and that fact itssjfia a tolerably good guarantee of his Abolitionism, bincc the Philadelphia Convention be has made a speech in favor of Fillmore andDonelson, That speech is worth preserving, or, rather, parts of it. It ex hibits the ground upon which Fillmore is sup- nnrtpH nt flip Nnrlh. Hpnr Mr "Knmpa He said that "he could do more for the cause of I freedom and tor the millions of slaves by standing by Millard Fillmore and Andrew J. Donelson, than by bolting; and believing, that he was willing to spend his strength, and as much means as h:s purse would allow, in carrying forward these nomina tions to a triumphant success. Loud applause. The only thing for the American party in Maesa chusetts to do was to come nobly, honorably and frankly, and sustain the nominees. He believed that if the council ratified the nominations, and went into the Presidential campaign on the bpnng' field platform for he believed that Millard Fill more was as good an anti slavery man as any Re publican who could be presented,) they would carry the H late by twenty thousand majority. It is thus seen that Mr. Eames supports Fillmore ana 1onelson because "he can do more lor iuhU DOM and the millions of slaves" than by not sup porting htm, end because "he believes Millard Fillmore as good cn anti-slavery man as any Repub lican." So much for Mr. Esmes. Cth. Ephraim Marsh. This gentleman is from New Jersey. The pi obability is, however, as he comes irom tne ranks ot tree state know-nothing ism, that be is a free soilcr. We have thusnuietlv analyzed this carH?rnnd ing committee. We leave the record to the con sideration of our readers and if there be any error in it we would (bank our neighbor to point )t opt. TnE Railroads of Edsopk. The great railroad line from Paris to Marseilles, a distance of $35 miles, is now completed, except (he bridge at Lyons aciOH the two rivers, the Saone and the Rhone, at the junction of which the oity stands. These bridges when finished, will be as fine specimens of worirmansnip as can anywnero ce louno. The one across the Rhone is already near done built of cast iron and itpreseuis a most beautiful and pic tureeque view, as seen from a point about half a mile above it. The piers o, tne bridge across the Saone are now building in water that is forty or niiy leec aeep. 0 Great cylicdets of cast iron are first planted cn the bottom of the river, by some means, I know not now, wbicn reacn above tne surface ot the wa ter. From these the water is pumped out, and the workmen descend in them, as in a we! , nd carry on the work of rearing the piers from thu bottom oi the river. This bridge across the saone is bd proached by a tunnel five or six miles in length 1 now lar it is below the surtace ot the earth 1 can not tell. Rat it is no uncommon thing in this country to travel a mile or two at a time through a tunnel, and that too at the rate of about 40 miles per hour. But the railroads in this country are so ueiigouui j mere is scarcely any perceptible mo The roads are beautifully traded, and then mo. cred with pebbles or small rock pounded in, so as to make them firm. The sides of the embankments are turfed. The tracks are always double, so that mwu uu uuger oi collision. The coaches are elegant, and the whole management of the roads is conducted with the strictest reference to the con venience, comfort and safety of the passengers. Travelling by rail in England, and especially on the continent, is much more pleasant and vastly safer than in the United States. The express, and the direct trains, as they are called, make but few stop pages on the long routes, and ordinarily not more than two minutes at a station. Then every thine is quiet. Thero is no bcstla or noise at the sta tions. In obtaining ticket", but one person can ap proach at the same time, uud ho must get hU change and retire before another can apply. In a word, there is perfect sjs:em about everything. The coaches are not like ours. They are divided into eppartments that resemble elegantly furnish ed private carriages. On the continent there are eigtMsaatJ pn these apartments; in England oaly six. The first class on the continent is far sunori. or in 'point of confort to the first cla'sin Eagiand. In England they have no means tf warming th coaches in cold weather. In France thev wm them by means of cylinders of hot water, which are changed two or three times durine tho nnht or day. Thev keen the coach vrir nnmf-f.Wp w hii tne urn"1""'"-' bt . ,. "e.. th retuliauon of ihe aUiii " o MifTAofJbMrii.Mr. Edwards - ' ..i THE PENITENTlAY.A?QB.RE3PONDESCSi- The following correspon SefiCP will fa "7 f xpliin itself: St Cloud Hotiit,, April 23", 185C- Docfc-B. W.-Hall: . &'- xV statement of th-j facts in iefeieaco to my connexion with the Peni tentiary controversy, wi.l be submitted tD you by my friends, Dr. J. D.Ford and H. a. lwiso In view of the history which I submit and s;e- ing that I had possession of the paper referred to in your publications of the 2nd and 2ith inst. do. you still persist in the application oi cucsnsive isu- guage tome? Or to bejnore specmc, uiu you m your pnblicitions ln'na mo cnensive iau;u iSc me? And now tnat you are m poasu-asiuu u mo facts' do you still insist on the same? Reapectfully, u.auteb. To which Doct. Hall replied a3 follows: Nashville, April 23, 1856. J V Cartes, E"i: .$ir--Your note of this date by the hands of Dr. Pord and Mr. Ewing, is to i.- nrl iirnuc7h mv friend3 Dr. T. A. A'.chison and E. D. Payne, I .transmit to you my reply. When I penned the article in the Patriot of tho 2nd inst, I had tho most J.eliable proof that tie paper alluded to was in the bands oi a gentleman of this city, and had no intimation at the date of my second article that it had changed hands. My remarks therefore cannot bo construed into any personal reflections upon yourself, and werp not so intended. Tho statement of '"facts" ac companying your note for my perusal, setting forth your connexion with the matter, are not of such a nature as to cause me to transfer the strong. or ob jectionable language to you ; indeed they would exonerate you from any intention! wroDg to me. Should you deem it necessary to publish your history of the matter, I shall offer such comments as to me may seem due, and with the same cour tesy that you haye extended me( will submit them for your examination before publication, Respectfully, B. W. Hall. Mr. Carter rejoined as follows : St. Cloud Hotel, April 2D, 185G. Pr. B. W. Hall: Sif Your note dated the 28th inst , in reply to mine of same date, wa3 handed to me a short time sinse by your friend, E. p, Payne, Esq. The explanations which it con tains arp pntjrely satisfactory to me. I do not know that J shall hayp cpaasion to publish the statement of facts submitted to you, but as the matter now rests before the country, I must of course reserve the right to publish our correspoc dence. Should I deem it neces3sry hereafter to pabjish my communication to you through Dr Ford and H. S. wing, then of course you will have the right to pake such commpnt? as the facts justify. Respectfully, J. W. Carter. (r The " OonstitniionaVsl'' say3 it is an odd thing "to see an old democrat who has quit his party, make appeals to his old associates to follow him." But not at all odd to see an old whig who has quit bis party and gone over to tho enemy, make appeals to his old associates to follow him. Not at alL Bah I Expositor. Will the Expositor tell us if there is such a thing as a whig paty? If we are to believe what know nothing editors and speakers hsye said, that party has ceased to exist how then can an old line whig be charged with leaving his party, because he re fuses to join tho know-nothings? Having noor genizati'on they undoubtedly have the right to act with the party they believe t? be be3t calculated to secure the rights of the South and perpetuate the blessinc! of civil and religious liberty, tfut know nothiogism would deny this right; and nnles3 the f. i -I , 11 oiu wnias agree 10 join ineir councils buu umu tDemSeiVfc- u, I t -..tV,-, rt ka-r flioir .nun. dates, they are villified and abused as renegaues ti i traitors. Qn, shamel Shelhyvilk Constitutionalist DrArn op Iojn the Hermit. Eglede Yan Hehr, born in France, a soidipr ot JNapoleon i, was ex patriated by the gcvirnm&nt on the downfall of the great general, when the Hoiirbona resumed their dynasty, and came to the United State?, died in Erie county pwr-house last week where he was conveyed on the morning before death. H a camo to this city nearly tbiity years ago, and avoiding human society, has made bis home in tho forests around the city, livlncr in hollow trees or borrow ine in the ground. He would speak no English, although he was versed in the language, repeating that be wopld not speak tbe tongue oi those who defamed and destroyed Napoleon. He was a com panion of Napoleon in h;s brilliant march of the great army upon Russia, and returned with the wreck of its innumerable squadrons, on the fatal and horrible retreat from the conflagration of Mos cow. During the whale of the recent cold weather he slept in an old barn. Jfuffalo lie. l'rofessor Wood's If air IleMoriitivc. 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Tlie .lufiliesa .Minstrels WOULD respeslfully announce to the citizens of HASHVILZE, that thev will s're four of thair CHASTE, UNIQUE and FASHIONABLE SOIREES, In this place, commencing on MONDAY, MAY 3RD.. Introducing choice (election of NEW SONGS, GLEES, CU011IJ3ES, RON 1J0TS, BURLESQUES and DAtfCES. A-ons. Herngmcfeigy the greatest Guitarist in tbe world, and Mr. Charles Harris, the renowned liirja Player, are both connected with this . . Compauy. IS" Doors open at X put ?. Concert to commence at t5 o'clock precisely. Cards of admission 50 cants. Chil dren and servants half pnee. t32T Particular attention ptid to sealing Ladies, ;R. W. WILdOH, Agent. mayl-if ' B P 0 Dramatic and Musical ENTERTAINMENT. Mrs. Maoready TIi3 eminent Actress and only Dramatic Raaderabefore tbe American Public, assisted by M'iYLE. CAMIL1.E UJISO, and othtr Dramatic Talent, will give one of her Dramatic and Musical Entertainments In Nashville ON THURSDAY iVENlNO, MAY , ATOID VXfcLOWS' HALL. ap23 L A R G E STOCK OF foreign "WJnes, Liquors, etc.; etc, B. L. SIMPSON, (IMPOUTEIt,) XT AS the oleasure of cffeiineto the Trade tne Iire.-st and most complete Stock in his ljne ever in Tenues- se?. ilvnuroosa is not to blow many eantlemen have look- edintomr cellars, and pronounce them tbe finest tbey have seen. To verify which, I most respectfully invite all deal, era visiting the city to examine the stock, which will be found to tmbrace every article aud quality kept by the largest dealers in the North and East My stock is made up of lli3 following popular brand;: BRANDIES. CHAMPAIGN COGNAC "CROWN," SA3ERAC De FOR.UE, P. II. GODARD, PINET CAITILSoy CO., RASTKAU CUARRUYEK, UNITED PROPRIETORS' VINEYARD,; PELLEV0IS1N, HENNKS3Y, ' E. GEANTr, : ' OTARD, DuVpr Cy. Carious tlntages,) if AU LORY, ' J. J. Ii? KOUilLLLt, l-oUAG'K & CO. WINES. CLARET, lncatsand boies, St, Juliet, St. Estep.be, Cbucaaz Marceiui, etc, POliT WINES. Dnrand Crown, ' Rurgundy Port, Port of Juice of Grape in boxes. CHAM I' AI G NES . Charles Ueidsick (dirjqt importations,) Crown Brand, Verz:nay, Lion Urand, Double Ivon, Flag and Star Brands. MADEIRA WISES, diUirent Old Brands; SHERRY WINE. TENNERIFFE WINE, MALAGA WINE, AM0NT1LAD0 WINE. HOLLAND GIN. IN PIPES AD CASKS. SWAN BRAND, ENGINE UQAND, ANl HOR' do,' FLOWER ' do, COMbT do Old HOLLAND do. SCHIEDAM HRAND.Supericrqaality. KVM. JAMAICA RUM, OLD do. 'do.jSuperior Qaalitr, ST. CROIX do. oj.d scoxen AND HtlSH WHISKy. nr Tni fcscheos axd Kta. SDNDItlES. BRANDY CHERRIES. 1-X TRACT d' AB3YNTH, DI TTERS, difftrent brands, CORDIALS Assorted, ' CURACAO, Etc, Etc. I am corstantly leceidng new additinss to my stock ana am prepared to nil oruers ior tne loregoing to any extent. I am alsi cJTering the Genuine Schielain, Aromatic K eh n a nna for which I have a natent) add can fill Anfari for rom one cose tf two thousand cases, either Quuts or Plntr f ihi. filinrtoat nff tr - To prompt customers, a liberal credit will ba extended, or a uqerai ciscoum lorcasa win Dg maae. ' B. L. SIMPSON, No. 42, l'ublic Square, May 1 ly. Pummmion ILvse of B. T.SlieUi. COTTPN YAUNS. ON and alter this day we advance the price of Cotton Yarns one cent per dozen Tbe following arp ot-r prices in iinantities to the City Traie,-- in. T Vlv,t(.,.ltu No .WO 11c No 600 ICC No 700 9c with 5 rer cent cfT All quantities under 25 bag3. Cash; All " over 25 and under CO, 60 days; All ' over 50 bags, 4 months, tor approred notes, payable in one of the city Banks. r W. U. GORDON & CO., may I Agents tor Tennessee Manufacturers. ADMINISTIlATOIt'S NOTICE. HAVING been appoints! Administrator, with tbe Will annexe!, on tbe ertateof Dasiu, Cuutto.v, de ceased, all tiersous indebted to said estate are hereby noti. ,ill to make immediate settlement of lbs came, and all peisons in any way holding any property, personal or real, or hiring or ren ling' any part thereof belonging to said estate, are rcauesteu 10 report lue saiue to ins uauer- signed; and all per.ous having claims against said estate, are heiey notified to fi!e the- same within the time pre scribed by law. No settlements by fray person will be reccgniied unless specially authorized b'y ' -D.F.WILKIN, UNJ'UECEDENTED SXyE OF DAMAjGED (JOODS.l BENJ. F. SHIELDS will sell on Saturday Morning, May 3d, at 9 o'clock precisely, on account of whom it mav concern, over one hundred cases of DRY GOODS. BOOTS, SHOES, ETC., ETC., saved from tbe wreck of the steamer Knoxville in a damaged state. It js not necessary to say that this sals presents the best chance for speculation yet offered to the Trade of this city. Sale positive and without reserve for Cosh on delivery. iiuuu3.pvucuieu.uu accuuubui ncaiuci, BENJ. F. SHIELDS, For Undcr-Wrilers, may. 42 Public Square. Front Rooms. MORNING AND EVENING SALES OF LOTS. ON TUESDAY, MA? 6, 1856, it lljVVaJock, ai m , we sell at public sale on the premises, about 180 building Lots in Harding's bciuiiful Addition to Nashville, situated about midway froa the new town of M'Guyock and Mr. Samuel Wntlnns's magnificent Addition to Nashville." Mr. Watkins's grounds are more handsomely laid oSf than any addition ever made to tho city. Tbe streets are all ele gantly McAdamized, which adds very greatly totbe value of Harding's lots and others contiguous to Watkins's Addi tion. We will begin the sale with a handsome block of Lots on ihe corner of Clay and Hamilton streets: Terms, 1,2 a:d 8 j ears credit ior notes bearing interest, nc. After partakine of an abundant collation, we will seli Lots in Ilal.'j and Uaslam's Additions, Ironting on Warren street. At past 2 o'clock we will sell 20 most valuable Lots in that portion of the tuwn of M'Gavcck, situated on the corn er of Jefferson street and the Buena Vista pike. The Lots fronting on lfuena Visla pike and Spencer street 50 ft and running back irom lSOtolt'lft. to convenient alleys We cell these lots for the benefit of tne qrtb-wtstern Railroad Company. A gentleman purchased sererif lots from Dr. M'Gavock four or five years since and bis recent ly sold them at an advance of about 100 per cent, per an. uutr: Terms, most liberal, being nearly five years credit, one fifih payable 1st January, 1S57, balance in 1,2,8 and i years from that date, tor notes bearing interest from date', satisfactorily secured, payable in Bank and a lisa retained. tSf" Omnibusses will leave the Square at 11 and 2 o' clock. J. L.i R.W.BROWN, mayl 94 Cberry.at. D. TRIGG, Auctioneer. TO BUILDERS, ARCHITECTS, &C. PLANS for rebuilding tha Court House, with estimate ol probable cost aecompsnying, are reipectfully in vited from all those who feel competent and willing to un dertake the work, to be filed with the undersigned, on or previous to me am oi May, isjb. Mfc iiiraiAU rnau, S- are- authorised, to annonnc -JOHW tor lTasaci candidate for Magistrate at the Mar eVi-tinn. vt e are aumonxea to annonnce ISHAU DYER as a candidate for Magistrate forNajiiville at tho May election.- inaar8sf We are anthorlted tflr abBoaace"TJUGH CAR ROLL as a candidate lor Justice cf the Peace at the May election. Jt" We ore authorized to announce JOS L JAR RELL asa candidate for Magistrate at the May e'ection. mar4 td- X3T We are authorized to annonne R n nrvc'i . candidate for Justice of the Pei,:ecatthe ensuing May election. B ' 12TW. areauthorized to announce JOHN W HAGAN, as a candidate for Justice of tha Peace at the ensuine Mav election. b ' JOHN G. FERGUSON is a candidate for the the office of County Jndge. We are aathori zed to annonnce the name of T. D. MOSELY, of Davidson countyaj a candidate tor Judee of County Court. V3 We a'e authorized to announce the namcof JAMES WHiT WORTH as a candidate for Judge of the County Court of Davidson county. 1ST" We are authorized to announce Wit. A. GLESN, Fqs-. as a candidate for County Judge at the May election. EST We are authorized to announce GEORGE B. GOODWIN a candidate forjudge of the County Court of Davidson county at the May election. td - 5?" We are authorized to announce the name of MOSES SINGLETON as a candidate for Connty Court Judge at the ensuing election. maris TnE Robertson Association WILL MET' AT THE3ZR HALL, THIS EVENING, At 7 o'clock. A punctual attendance is n quested Br order of tho President. JO. W. WALKER, Secretary. mayl FOIt LOUISVILLE, CINCINNATI, WHEEL ING AND I'lTTSBURG. The light draught substantial steamer, ROSALIE, A, Ktsppard. Master, will leave 103 above FRIDAY, tha Sd inst. at 1ft o'clock, A. M., having superior accommodationa tor freight . . S. a. Harrison, 'mayl td Agent. A FINE LOT OF NEGROES FOK SALE AT AUCTION. THERE will be sold at pnblic auction on the Fquare In Nashville, on Monday, May the 12th, a fine lot ol Ngtoes that have been raised on a plantation, consist in; of men, women and children, about 20 in number. They are likely Negroes, and in everyway desirable. Ky The term? are CASH, pT Apply to the undersigned for a descriptionof them. o. m. ioao, mayl gw Agent COURTSHIP AND MARRIAGE; OS, TOE JOYS AND SQREQWS OF. AMEBIC AS LITE, CAROLINE LEE HENTZ. SUTUOR OF "ERNEST LINWOOD." " AUNT PAT TY'S SCRAP BAG." " PLANTER'S NORTH. ERN BRIDE," " LINDA." " RENA," ETC. Just received by HA.GA.N 4 BRO., apr!7 Market street. HITK'S iW.JJ.) UARDEMMU FOR THE SOUTH; Or, the Kitchen and Fruit Garden, with the best methods for their Cultivation; together with hints upon Landscape and flower Gardening; containing modes of cul ture and deicriptiona of the species and varieties of Ihe Culinary Vegetables, fruit Tree and Fruits, and a select list of Ornamental Trees and Plants, found bv trial adapted to the States of the Union sp'utb, of Pennsylvania, with Gardening Calendars lor tha same. By Wm. X. White, of Ainens, ueurgio. xricec. rur&aic ujr aplC UAGAN4RRO THE PROGRESS OF UKLIQIOUS IDEAS, Tbioogb. Successive Aires. 8 vols. 12mo. 11 50. "Mv motive for writinir has been a very simple one: I wished to shiw Uat theology is not religion, with the hope that I michthelo to breakdown Daititton walls: toomeli orate what Ibe eloquent Bnshnell calls 'baptized hatreds of tbe human race;.' Tpse whqwjah to obtain can- Uiji lnlqnEatiau, Without caring whicer it aoespr aces not gqataiji anf favorite ' theory or their pwq, may perhaps thank me tor taviosr ibem the trouble ol scare bin? through Urge and tairned volumes; and if tUy complain cf want of nroiounane&s. inevmav oe wmini? to bcctdisiuji"t M.-r,nnrfi in ei'chanffe for denth " . "j- r Jlarla Child. for saio bjr UAGAN i BRO. bplS Market street. ii ODEV'S LAPV'S ROOK FQK fllAY. JT Received bv ' HAUAN A BRO. PRINTING PAPJKR 1U0 Reams 26X33-a su perior 'article in store and for sale by ' apr2l HAGAN 4 BRO.. Market street. . a. botlc, rata l cocuc, JVeff lorjf. Cipcinanti BOYLE $ P0. " IMPORTERS OF FRENCH BRANDIES AND WINES, BONDED WAREtlOUSE, No 4. Comusecial Stbeit. Distillers of Alcohol Cologne and Xeutral Spirit.', and allfcrnda of DOMESTIC LIQUORS. ' Also dealers In Old Bourborn, Rye and MonoLgahela Whiskies. Nos 56, 57 and 5f gecond 8tFset, CINCINNATI, OHIO. LIQUORS AiND WISES IN UNITED STATES BONDED WAREHOUSE. Through our Mr S S fioyle, pf N. Yoik city, we have made exiensive ar rangements for the the importation of Foreign Lijudr's and Wines. We have just received a large supply, to which we invite tbe attention of the trade. Our facilities are such as to enable us to sell at low prices. BOYLE & CO , uur23 -ly Soa 55. 5i and 59 Second St.. Cin., O. FRESU ARRIVAL Of GROCERIES. 1W hhds prime lo choice Sugar; 100'bbla Powdered. Loafiqd Crushed Sngar; 200 bbUReboi led Molasses; 100 K bbls do do; 00 bags prime Rio Ccir, 75 bag Old Gov. Java and Laguyra Cutl'ee; 40 bbls Mackerel; lio boes Star Candles; 100 boxei Mould do; 2p0 kegs Nails, assorted; lop do;en Bpctsis;' 100 boies Tobacco, a? sorted brands: 50,000 Imported Regalia Cigars; 50,000 'assorted brands ' do; 100 boxes Bar Soap; 1 20 hairs Pepper; BO bats Spico. Ju;t received with a trood assort ujeui vi urocrie,aaou lur $tue ujr apt.'D H&H.U Ulit-Al flAM T IQXTORS.-250 bbls Pike"s Magnoia"Vhisky; X-t 2w bbls Xector Wbisty; " ' 1 .r.n 111. T 1 " n 1 1UU 0013 nOOlDBOO JO QOJ M bbisuid luurgon CO bbls uid uye dp; 50 bbls Old Keserve p; 100 bbls American Brandy; 50 bbls do Gir: 23 Bbls Peach Brandy. 'For sale by aprgj " " " MA- El- CHEATHAM. T7JRST OF MAY.-J R 4 0 ROBERToUN areprc- l partu luiijruisu ; univs witu risiiing locxies, ana an Bflrts of edibles to those that wish to celebrate tbe above noiiiuay. i. . - - - i- we nave jost received 50 boxes E D Cheese; 20 boxes Oranges, fresh; 10 boxes Lemont; 10 bbls Soft Shell Almonds; 10 bbls AppleB. For sale at npr2r " J G 4 C ROBEKTSON'S MASONIC ORATION. rpHERE will b a Masonic Oration delivered by Bro. L. JL U UVSIUS, at ibe Jlchiendree CburcbonTUUlW UA l evening, ii ay 1st, at 5 o clocic Tbe public generally are invited to attend. -.M. PATTERSON, -WM. MOORF; Mc D.A'NOLEN, J.C'UARDEN, B. S. RHE&, JNO.M. Lh'A, Committte. Tbe members of Combe naud Lodge No. 8, Pbunit I ..A V.. 'l I ,., nl MaBnta ln 1 iJUUD HUt 1U1 .u. .11 IU UWt PUUUIU ItllD quested in meet at me masonic liaii at T o c:ocic. ' " Mc. D. A NOLE.V, Sec. No. 8. ALES' WHELE3S, " 18l. ep89-St ' ' ' ij 'another Intoice ol Shirts, embracing various patterns otrreuoh wove small plaits, oaa aieat stjiej box an? sideplaiu. For sale by apr26 J. II. M'GILL. COLLARS. Every variety ofByron, Standing, Paris J Made and lintisn collars received ana ior saie dv 'qptSS J. H. M'GILL. "VTECIC TIES AND CltA VATS . Received an IS elegant assortment of Ties and Cravats, the latest patterns?" ' fajirr J. II. M'UlL),. HALF HOSE. Just received a first rate assortment of Half Hose, of Silk, Merino, Lisle' Thread uud every variety of Cof ton. J. H. M'GILL. OILK, LINEN ANL LISLE THREAD Q GLOVES. Wehave now a good assortment cf Silk, Lisle Thread, Linen and Cojton Uloves. For sale by opr23 J. H.McGfLL POCKET IIANDKERCIIlEFS.-J-st leccired on assortment of Silt, plain and bordered Linen Handkerchiefs, at various p rises. npr26 J. H. McGlLL. T7"ID C.LOVES Just received a choice assortment of Kid Gloves of various malcis-Alexander'., Char torts, Cb'4mbissp Dsval, Duiort, PeUl, Ac, for sale by apr26 "J.'H. M-'GILL, Ladies' and Ueutleracn's Fiirrijihlng Store, corner of the Sqnare and College alrnit. ' NOTICE. eN the Sd day of May Left, 1 wifl open and hold aa election, in Uie various precincts cf Davidson county, he purpose ofelectirg a Jdge U' tbe County Cuuit, this,' the 9th of April, 1S5C. JNO. K. EDilONLiSJON, apll dAwfd " bberilT. To tlie Constables iu the several Distiicts or Da vidson Couuty. ' You ere hereby requested to open and bold tbe blve clectiouj. f JOHN K. EDMONDS0N,' aprSO-d&triwtd ' Sher-jT I). C. JOOST. iohix. I o.u fUIVCI. LOMAX at PRINCE. Attorneys at Law, DEMOPOLIS, ALA. EST Practice in Marecgu. Greene. Sumter, Cbccttw. "UfAY ELECTION. and Perry counties.. J Ml fififc.ni, i .11 1 i m IMJawtaaa,,MttaMjMMMaaahl,a fcft 3VICHOLSOIV & Co., - . . . NO. 32 PUBLIC SttBAllP n isn to givs notice to the Public generally that their SPRING STOCK OF Staple , anil Fancy Dry Goods, fs now complete, which, for Jbeauty, cheapness and dura bility, cannot be surpassed In this City. OUR stock cf Diess Goods consists of Silks, Barcg's and Tissues; plain and figured Muslins, Jaconets and Ginghams, of every kind and quality; Laces and Einbroid eriesof every description; Mantles, Ribbons, Parasols, Urn brellas and Fans, to suit all customers. In White Goods, our stock is very complete. Our stock cf Linen Goods is in fine order. Damasks, Sheetings, Tow els, Desert Napkins, Irish Linen, Ac WINDOW CURTAINS OF ALL KIRDS. Cloths, Cassimerea, Linen and Cotton Goods tor Men and Boys. Domestics, Sheetings, Drillings, Tickings, and Ser vants goods. We have a No. 1 stock of Hosiery formen, women and children. In a word, erery thing usually kept in a dry goods house, all cf which we will seU low. Our motto is small profits and quick soles. Peopl e in trading with ua need have no fears cf buying old goods, as we opened with an entire new stock last Fall, not having had any old spring goods when this stock was purchased. We take great pleasure is showing cur goods to all who tnay favor us witu a call. p30-ti I. C. NICHOLSON A CO. A. J. JLTCANCISCO, MANUFACTURES AND DEALER IN Hats, Gaps and Ladies' FURS, NO. 23, PUBLIC SQUARE, Nashville. TI1E MOM' UEAUTIFUL Head Ornament EVER WORN BY MAN, 13 ONE OF a Francisco's " SUPERB MOLESKIN HATS, which havegainedan en. viable reputation through the country. Gentlemen ot taste who wish a real "GEM," will gall and get one of those elegant TILES just inlrodnsaiatthe Hat Emporium of A. J: FRANCISCO'S, aprT No. 23 Public Sqnare. QOFT II ATS, EVERY STYLE AND COL- O OR. Just received by Express, a fresh supply ot those celebrated French Soft Hats, which are now open for inspection at FRANCISCO'S Uat Bazaar. PANAMA, LEGHORN AND MARRICAHO HATS. OTRAW GOODS EVERY DISCRETION", fop O Men, Boys, and Children: now ready for inspec-' tioa, at me uat tmponcm or FRAJIC1SCO. apr5 No. 23 Public Square. rpHE LADIES will find everything tasty and becom J ing fur Boys, Children, Infants, and little Misses at the Store of A J FRANCISCO. apiQ 23 Public Square. TO MERCHANTS rVR. W IlOLESALE STOCK IS V7 large and. Well Selected, And my facilities enable mi to offer Inducements In every style cf HATS (0 wit the Season. A. J. FRANCISCO. aprn No 28. Pnblic Square. a' " TO CASH BUYERS. Boots and Shoes. MERCUAhTS purchasinf; fjr Cash will Und decided bargains in kip, and Calf Boots, Shoes and Brcgans, atU College, street. ' I invite the attention of all. Spring Stock just opened. apltt JOHN KAMAGE. Ladies' Heel Slippers. J UST receive'! a beauLfdl lot of Curacoa Kid Heel SUp pers. Ladies' Ii'4 Heel Boots andQailer JOHN RAM AGE, aplu. 42 College street. Soda Water. A S we have fitted up cur Soda Apparatus for the Sea' eon. we would respscifallr call the attention of tl the lovers of this inLCtent and eratefal'bevercrie to our Foa: oun- tain, where we Will be happy to dispense the exiling draught to til Who may favor ns wj$h their lutroro j. We are confident with our Increased proficiency in ihe prepar ation of both Soda end Syrups, none will be disappointed who my give our Soda Water a trial. HE110VILLE & BELL, Itruzists, aprll Nojf, Cherry street. ADJ1ED to their alraadj- large itoct of Staple and Fa n cy Dry Goods, the undersigned are now receivicr daily large additions, milcicir it not only tbe LARGEST uuiaiso tne Aiuai' ft-Kthur ASU tjCTKXSlvELY AS SORTED STOCK they have ever before had in their pow er to oll';r to the retail merchant. MORG AN A Pq.. 4U Public Square. marSa dl FRESH (iOOUS. A J. DUNCAN 4 CO. haverecelTed thlsday a large na of New Styles Lawns. Painted Jacconneu XX lins of New una Jiuanu iwiocs. AcSO While Jaconets and CtttnhriprrnM-Harri. Urn. . t- u i - . I'M.bwias, Book and India llns'ins and Embroideiiea, Muslin, Linen. Silk and Lawt, Uanderchiifj. An4 many otherstvles of Goods, wh'en wcfira Jillin-at. mit.Z vane?. " A. J DUNCAN it CO.. aprlg No 70 Public fqmre. SOMETHING EXTRA I AT WATERFIELD & AVALKER'S. rpHB ent-rprising Haters. WATERFJELD A WALK J. ER, are always bringing out something new in the Hit Department, for spring ana summer wear, their lieht elastic Moleskins, their Rocky Mountain Beavers. and coil and tasty Cassim'res, stand pre-eminent among the Hats of the sea-on. They have a full assortment ready for their sales to-day. jprl2 WATERFIELp & WALKER. KTipi. A 1.1'lTl.E RETT ER. ' " THE 4est artiele ot soft Cassimpre Hat ever mancfac tured can now be had at Walerh'eld and Walker's. Those who wish roa ething extra line, easy and comfort able to the head, should call as early as possible and sup. ply themselves, as they are going cfT rapidly. apr!2 WATERFlELIj & WALKER. mniifc Rest assortment op straw L GUOOS that has ever been offered lathe city, are at Wateib'eld A Walker's They hare all the new styles for Men, toys and Children. " WATERFIELD i WALKER, Premium Hat Emporium, prl2 2(1 1'ublipSquare. next to ttuwdev's. $easles T T T H13 disease is now very prevalent, and though healthy . children seldom die of it, scarcely sny disease is more destructive when they atUck the viaikly children of the poor. The great danger arises from Uge secondary in)am- uiaiiua iai cguics vu uner iuo icrcf ipu ccuj iiuif uayp gone elf. Very little medicine is Lepessary, but the very bet febrifuge in ibp WOild for children fiom one day old to Eve years, is tl.o CHILDREN'S PANACEA. prepared by the Grai'enberg Company. The tree worth of this extraordinary and Invaluable Medicine, can never be set forth in words, but it can be felt and appreciated by Mothers, whose children hare been gnatchad Irom death by its use. Tha pelebrated Dr. William) who has devoted a life to study, has analyzed tLJs remedy, snd (.ays IheGiiafenberg Children's 1'anaced.te compounded with especial reference to the immature-ttate of the nerves, blood vessels, g!ands and bones of the child'body. Should a molbif neglect to provide hen elf with this invaluable remedy, she may chance to rjenoia aeatn claim ner cnnaren ana nave no one to blame but herself. It is a certain cure for all diseues nff.hiMhcod.Hnd receives as it deserves universal snore- .iT.A lir Mt!n nl Snnth fTW.n. It,Vih best general Medicine for infants that I eve-saw." Dr. I Watts, of Nerf" York, writer "In all diseie cured by leelhine 11 is a certain remedy l)r. (Jolson. ot Indiana, syg: "In cases of Croup I have used it with marked sue ces3, also in Measles, fevers from teething, diarrbceo. pains in the stomach, bowels, Ac. I jhrfuld be guilty of great neglect did 1 pot recommend it in the highest terms." KgtT iJ CUts par batt; wiQ nju directions. ALEX. MACKENZIE, np26-tf " ' Agent Graf. Co. FOR SALE. A FARM one mile South-east from .Nashville, near the Noleusville turnpike road, containing ti fly -one and a quarter acres, first-rate land, a comfortable dwelling bouse, one spring, orchard, sc. Also A Farm five miles North from Nashville, on tbe Y( hue 3 Creek turnpike road, containing one hundred and ty feet on College street, and one hundrel and forty foot on Franklin street, having on it a brick dwelling house containing sis rooms, pantry, kitchen, smoke-house, ser van la rooms, an. Also A lot near the abo7e, fronting on Franklin ;treet ttvo'hundt-ed and seVenty-sir fcjt, oar College street nine ty eight feet', and on Market street uicefy -eight feet. Oa bis lot is n well ojfordin? an abundant and never-Tailici? su rj cf good vatr. information should be wantod with re card to the above property, when I am not at Nashville,it may be ob tained by fspplication to Dr. John S. Young, corner ot Broad and Summer streets. i dcll-eai MORGAN VANCE. NEAT AN1 CONVENlEN'FltESIllENCE r ' FOR SALE. WB are ofleringldrsilctha't neat Residence in Edge Held owned and occupied by Mr! A. H. WosSiing- Ion. Ihe lot fonts 115 feet on tho Gallatin Turnpike.'run nicg bick 250' feet Ufa street, and is one of the most beau tifutiulhis vicinity. Tho improvements are good anil convenient, includin? one of the best cisterns in this coun try. It is within five minutes walk ot the Square and is a neat desiralje residence a erms uoerai tor mrtner lniormzuon cau oa LINDSLKY iCROCKEff. 33 College st. Nr B. Possession can be given as soon as desired pr9 tm bap POSTPONEMENT. . 0' N account of inclement weather the sale ot Lots in 1 Itrnnnsrillf afivrrtilvd for tbe 29th inst. is ptBt- poned to MtlUAV. alay Ihe 2d, wneneacn imi uuereu will ba pDsitivelv told t the bighast bidder, without Ieserve. J.Li It. W. BROWN, D. Trigg, A uciioncer. 45X Cherry st nnilit iii'Kif:i!s Inrtrntover Kerr's. Uecurstree:. -1-Uflr.t fl,.-n - -Pini.-cnia--.l NE W P'USLICATIQs. W. t. BERRY & COMP4NY . . . ITA YE JUSTREcm 2:4 , HON. MISS 31 Un RAY'S T.i-T-r.v.r, LETTERS FROM THE U. STATES Alma inn ....' r,MltC bt Tns nos. Complete in one volume. 12mo. doh. supply ) ii. The Angel ill th.C WoTtcr iniwj,iKOrHAL. in one Volume lmo. e.oth. The latest announcrrit in i;t. . fl, ,T1 I W W poena has lately appeared in iTndonW Z lZ u the House," which daUned to be widlr read. America, It ,s an eloquent appeal for wotJ3v?f55f the form of a love poem. All the men cf noteinthu 1 -Boston Post: ' ' 106 s!lett lT A new Volume by Grace Geektjvoco A Forest Tragedv, AND OTHER TALEs. By Grace Guee.vwood, In one volume, ISmo. doth. A WORK OP INTENSE INTEREST. W. T. BERRY i CO. have jnst received -I. THE CONFIDENTIAL CORRESPoNDKNCF or NAPOLEON BONAPARTE, IIIS BROTH m;7?Jif. Selectsdand Translated with Eiplanatorr Notes, frc t Two thiei vols, lfimn. No book has yit appeared which tarnishes so ccrree' portraiture of Uie character of NAPOLEON, lie was almost daily communication with his brother Joseph, f.- 15th of June. 1S15. & We tannotlorm a correct idea or the character rT t great mind that swayed over nearly the whole Ccnf .c of Europe, without reading these Letters, which un . official correspondence, opens to us tha inmost thocg' and motives of action of Uie writer. These letters bt upon every subject, and we s e with what a watch."nl t he cared tor even, the smallest thing. A distinRnt.-! critic has observed in examining the early sheets, t. "Biographers will have to write their biugraptuestf N. leon over again." MIMIC nr. !FE, Before and Behind tlie Cnriaiu. By airs. ANNA CORA 3IO WAT RITCHU One elegant 12mo. volume, cLth. (.Second supply. ) 1. THE ATTACHE in MAORI! OB, Sketches of the Court of Isabella 1 One Volume ISmo. 263 pages. 'It Is believed that there is no other bock in cur Ian?-.: which presents so good a picture cf Spain and the r iards as this does. The author possesses the necti qualifications lor the productKn of such a work. ' Spaniards are a proud people proud or their consty a: history proud of their traditions suid potuv prcuJ their old romancsa and chivalry proud ol their church and their religion and prand ot iheir mannenaadLi, it With such a nation the Attache conld feel a dec? a: "'" ue wu uui so maxnaiisti: as t hauajed by the ghost of a ton -cent piece in the ala tee E&CQliaL lift uv Vfrrthinr. frnm tha r.l..i. r ta the public hull-tight; from the moonlight dine? cf i nolas i to the regal balls of tfee Duchess dAlva: frcm U needle work ot the Spanish maiden to toe glorious p' j mjjs oi iiBW, v Siasqnes, and AlunUo; and be hm put i rr rrt V "-v ut rewru, which came u3 hiaiipUce, Rutthji unotal). He has siren us a kind of u; ' -j hlslory or modern Spain. His boufc will make Spanh r Itics, and Spanish partisanship, as familiar to the Ac can reuuer as me concnoiogy ol his own 'ila-u-, "Softs." The account given of JL Soule's diplomscv' hlaheroisni, is not the least intfestinjrchaplerin tbe w and'the descristionol the Ravolntinn nf -.l , . flight of Queeq Criitina and of tbe San Luia C'abiac '1' ijiauiiie, icsiructive una larerisliog. i. ciiucu. uu us rcwuucsoi meautaorallae J. i isn iwOurl wec at ones delicate and intimate " Together with varioos other New I'nblieattccs, j: .ii celled by W. T. BSRRV Alt.! maris T 0. 14 CAlIM 0. Hfl Is Slf Ws tAKliM & Ull II W Iff LfllVIH W U U. NO. 48 PUIiXIC SQUARE, NASIIY1LIE, TEX.Y. ARE RECEIVING Keruitiais' Snpplics VF Dress Silks, Lawns. JaconetU, Lnibrc:der,ei zi Vy otner articles rtcniiite to Keep up a coar.iiie'j unb'oken stock, and to which we ait particular at'.;nt . apt ti HU. DOUG-LAS, " WHOLESALE DEALER IN Dry Goods, Hats, Boots, &c, T HAVE located Lnowcr Slarket s'reet. in S:.!aa"-lV X nage Home. Have received about $ 3 O 9 O O O ! worth cf GQODS by the Fast Line from the Old Sland, n by kind citizens, on Sunday morning I, bt. In this Stock are many nice Qoods, preserved in perC I amalrorerelviEgrpitealotofnewthi-ga'rofw" . I will sell just as lean. Ill, DO lit LAS.' ap20 lm CPAO A tiREAT RfUM;AIN7" T WILL sell a great bargain in a oupenor tract of lar muaieu iu isiiesnuria oi juaaekiuv.: .e, llnpt.nac: Kv. in 8mi!e of the Henderson and Xa bville Iulmid.. I vill se II the it pole tract conlaininr abcu' 8.1 JO acres. . the improve part and 84por00p acres to su.t the t chaser. This is one or the very best st ck farms in sc;:t era Kentucky. Soil first rate, imprBveoieuts gpod, crd Deneve tata practical mole grower can clear tne p ircti meney in two seasons. Persons wishing to purchase are iuvi'eJ ta exam.na f premises. apr?7 Iwd U. F. UJTSJ'I It , STEA41UQAT NEGROES UNTEU. TTTANTtD to hire bv tne month, f ur 1 ke!r. s:j;at YV gro men for the steamer Monticellc, fjrwh.ch,'J per monu will uegiven. ApplJ" tp2T 3t it. U. HARRISON, A (;:-. SAltES at "auction- riiit. undersigned wdl attend to the salj tf Real I;:at j JL rersonal fropprty, Urucenes, Dry f jods. Stack?, I ' n ill attena and sell stccu of .shvi.i ? liu.ld.ng I . Association, City Building and L 'an As cciituo. buJ 1. ilechanic's Building and Lean Atiitcut.L j, at all the :ai meetings of tbe respective Asociatioaa The long exp neuce of the under -f I in tbe A-c'i-Business he trusts will be sulficeatgiu''eo thatal Lu ness entrojted to him will be promptly and -t.;!acLr conducted. 01M at Ibe Merchants Exchange, C iilce streiL pni7tf E. D. FAI.N3WOr.Tm-. ICEt ICeTICEI Trie uadersisrned haa bout l'. J tons of nice clear Ice (frmn G&rrett'a pond I racgi- from eight to tilteea inches thick, which he will fjm:: ' regular customers, all the season atONECENTrirpcun V "PP"'" ana j JaJD J oien s , uroaa street J C. MeCROm.!! to the run Lie. OUR lee Cream Saloon now opened Or t-io .--.: neatly refitted, with cxrellent veotiUtioa, rlT.Ti most luxurious; cool retreat To persocsdesiriagCe;- -article of Cream, we say come to 2 U nioa. St. April WESStLi THOMPSON. AN ELECANT JIUGCkl Z T WILL sell a new Buggy, splendid" Uarnesj? cod. J. style, tor 25 per coat ls ilioa coar, if apc.Teat.-a made lmrcidLiiely 16 FfC'i) H S. A N 31 A LI. WOODEN HOI SE, AN Market street. College Hill, will boa laaia bargu oiwgeuiii, mil oo : on lung tirXH, at c:tacr ior .asn or p26 IIRETT'.-t. EVERAL HOUSES In vart-tu yjjl of tiiec, torsaie. l make it a rale to oucr nothing lor sale valnr 1 inrariablr tfi.r bairi)Usat 1 .r.T.y la' below the market value. Calf soon at ap2S ' PICKETT V, WANTEO. QEYERAL small Houses for leoaats, at L.gh pr.c:3, a prompt patmeats, at ap'6 FICKITT.l I ' WANTED. TO engage the rervices ot a good wool cjxdicg mac jjr ist- one with a small family pnferrc i, t-t i ap28 I'iiit;H. Notice. BA virtue of a Deed of Trust to me, u : si'ei Ly W ile Horns, on the uth daycf April, 1" j, and rc .isierfr' In tbe Register's OtSce of Davidson c unty, in bock page 032. 1 will sell at rublicaueiioc. a tLj'Jfarkct te-as. un thelTth day cf May next, all the r ;h',: 'k-and latere which Wiley Harris has in a certain lut i ground, s.loi ted in the city of NatUville, Davidson c us!', lanhix u known as lialsh & Whiteside's udd.t. a t cre'- bc:n part of Lot Ho 26, and fronting 32 feet c u Jackson st.-ee' being trie same Lov cenveye I by Jfe i !uwn ti sal Harris, and ngstercd in the RegiiterV Obwof Davic county, in bous l'J and pagei S and oi. L Terms mado known at tbe tiuie aud place i sale. HLlaU McUtLA. ap2fi td Tr Itt'AU THIS AUVKKTJMiJlENl'. T HAYE several ho. 1 COOKS for saie, warranted JL suit or no sale. i all irrmedialeir. pzs-tr RSES W P0r.TL w SUti AIC bS hhds Cur to choice LuuisianaSagarj 50 bbls double refined Crushel Sugar. In store and for sale by W H GORDON X 10. rATCIIES-lO.casts.ltcseof Wood Box-Matches, la i"ar?sgarnart