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MINll AY JSOKKIKG. APIUL 5, 1867.
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2", TJ K DSMOCR ATf C STATE COWEN HON
- i Ike Biaortic State Convention, called to nol-
- - hM & adMst for Governor, will amiable in t'"
ty mi WEDNESDAY, THE 16TII IXST. As the
(MhvmmUm will b one of unuwa&l interest, we urge
uikk sek of our Mstvls as Lave been apjioihted
tUietH, ihretteeKHit the State to eadeafer to he
present. . Let trrery one lie informed o-f the time.
TM ?ffW EMTOK fY THE WASHINGTON
" ' TheaBnooaeBieftt by the telegraph Friday nlgbtthat
" William A. Habeh beeeeeee editor of the Wttsli
iaa Wmo oa Ae l&tk Jnt., M will be retst-ived, by
. Atfee v enjoy that refttJeman' acquaintance, v,ith
e MUbfaetioB. Mr. Haasis is a native of
the "Teeth Legion" in Virginia, awl represented
, . tbt tKstrtet in Congress some years prior to 1544.
Bttrtag tfce campaign of that year, he was the editor
. ,-f The CtmHkulion, at Washingten, a State Kighls
r PiMo erotic paper. In 1846, he van appointed by
Mr. Minister to one of the Sown American
Certe, front vraieii place he was recalled on the
election of Gen: Taylor, in Returning to Hub
eesitrtry, he settled in Missouri, and has there been
et ef the ablest and meet influential of those true
U tiro Dra tie ehampions, who have rescued that Plate
(ram Know XethiHgiem and Bcntonism. 'With theso
striecedente, and with great intellectual ability, he
Is a safe man to place at the head or our central par
ty organ; and besides this, he lias the tact and sense
ta sake a good newspaper, which every body will
',,!want to read, and which, from its own strength, will
' . -h Ueelf felt as a power in the State. It is lnat-
ler' for geaeral democratic congratulation that the
' ceatral organ of the party has fallen into such nanus.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD.
- - The N. O. Picayune says that Geo. S. Ykrckr,
has been recently elected President of the Southern
Paelte- Railroad Company, and that his election is
the inauguration of a policy which insures the con
struction of the road. That steps have been taken
to secure a combination of strength which will carry
-iferwawlthe work with an expedition illustrative of
the invincibility of organiied and wisely directed
effort. There is nothing practicable in this age and
" ewBlry to which individual enterprise is not equal.
r Jst in prejwrtion as the practicability of this mam
moth undertaking becomes manifest, will capital.
the enlerprite and public spirit of our people wee
equal to the demand. The country and the people
eslydeeire to be let alone on this and other subjects
- 'and they will work out their own tomporal salvation.
Practical laboring men are much better qualified to
build Railroads than a wrangling Congress or any wt
of goversnwnt officials. It would be a groat blessing
to lh country if we cwildhave feweroffice-holders it
. . TriHhe a great cure whenever we have to have more
"We believe we had rather encounter a foreign enemy
os ear shore with bayonets in hand, than an army of
o&ee-helders at liwae with their hands in the Treas
JESJ- The donations and grants of public land from
lie General Government to the different States for
selweJe, for railroads, and other internal improve
meats, for military services, to individuals and com
panies, amout to one hundred and thirty-three million
Ix Tmndred and eleven thousand two hundred and
two acres, equal to about one-tenth part of the total
v pahRc deaain. About one-third part of these grant
sad donations was for military services, located un
der whr.t is called land warrants; about one-half of
the tetal was for schools and universities. The pub
lie domain has hardlv ret been touched. In the se
gregate only about three hundred and fifty millions
ef aeres have been disposed of. The quantity un
sold is upwards of one thousand millions of acres
caough to cut up into a good many email farms for
the hflweless, who only require an interest in the
soil to become useful and happy citizens.
JBST" IVc very much fear that the editor of the
- Rutherford TtUgraph ia getting himself into a bung-
glisg inconsistency. In his last issue he appeals to
lis party te assemble en matte at the Court house on
Monday, in Contention, to nominate a know nothing
candidate for Representative of Rutherford county
1b the next State Legislature.
In the same issue the editor violently opposes the
TCSsed convention to nominate a candidate for
that Congressional district. What is f auce for the
ceee ehouM be sauce for the gander. We fear the
. Tehffspk will give the Lebanon Herald the advant
age of it. To be consistent it should oppose all con--reatioss.
The New York papers have a fino harvest at
this time ia the way of "Mysterious Murders,"
4,sitiBg cases of seduction, " "romances in high
life," &e. &c. All the details are carefully pre
pared and fill their columns. The pictorial papers
give "highly approved" likeness of all the parties
concerned, and biographical sketches of their past
-history. Just at this time the Miss Roker and John
Dean Hiarria?e romance has the run. Wo observe
-theJWre Gvzeite, "with full particulars." adver
Teriiiedia the eastern cities price "only six cent-.'
Shis is life in ret society, where population and
wealth are w rapidly advancing.
Sfg- The Rutherford Ttltgraj& should not be so
everc on Hattos and his friends, for fear that gen
ileman may become offended and refuse to canvass
the district and do the speaking for Col. Rudy, and
then that poor old man, who is not Able to hold an
audience of fifty men through his exordium, might
findhfeaself badly beaten by some democrat for Con
gress. The Telegraph must bo careful.
A Good Aitointmekt. Jamls II. nouu.x, Esq.,
of Liscoln county, has been appointed 2d Lieutenant
is the First Regiment of Infantry in the United
States service. Mr. Hollas is a young gentleman
-el talents and well deserves the honor conferred
upon hia. He accepts the appointment, and is
a waiting orders fromtho Adjutant General at Wash
ington, to repair to his elation.
DivanfB Suit. The Greenbrier (Va.) Era ?aye
that Mrs. Jase Hale, wife of Prof. F. L. Hale, the
leetnrer oa Electro Diology, and daughter of CoL
Stocktox, of Fayette county, Va., is suing for a di
Tarco from her husband.
IxreiATios Wanted. Mr. Walker Harrison, an
&ld gentleman of this place, is desirous of ascertain
ing the whereabouts of his eon, Hiram Harrison,
whe, t last accounts, resided somewhere in Louisi
ana, He has not heard from him in several years.
Any tefermation respecting him will bo thankfully
received. Address Walker Harrison, Lebanon, Ten
BCMee. Our brethren of the presB will please copy. Leh
MS- BuBTftn's Allegory ui ttie 1'iignin's frrgross is to
Ih dr&t:t ad t.io4iced at the Bowery Ttieatie, m
New Yoik, ia a few dnys. A c irnpauy of about twenty ju
venilea are in training wr this novel und uoiqae rcpreea
UtxiB. The maaaser pteposts io rxaibit in hevr hnglaad
curing the Eutuncr.
Bx Sccuktaet Marct. H is itatei that a number f
the merenU of New York havesubsenbtd Iargelyto par
ebaee aswvice if plate io b; prtsentwl to Governor Murcy
for his regard to mercantile interest while fc'ecrttiry tf
t3T RosfCB folks arc lalkiag or iadkUnjf the Speaker
of ie tower braach of the MassaeBaseUs Lfgirfatmo -for
tecjMsg a dwetrferiy hoMe."
MBIt is proposed ia Beatec to erect a monument in
beeer of John Howard 1'aiEc, the author of "Home, sweet
Hoa .RaTas Cboate, of Hue., is ooafiset! to hia bed
Or A mas ed Thompsoa was "druaimed out" of
OsarteWc, '. O, ll week, for tamperiBg with stoves.
rgr Coenterleit ?20 sole en the Hack of Charlotte, N
r, art la wtvMim,
WASHINGTON NEWS AND GOSSIP.
Rho eojrcsRepdent of the Baltimore Sun says that
0r. Geary md an telcrview with ex-President
Pree, and utterly ditdeimtd tht suiimtUif of, or
aW retpontilJiU for, the mrtkUt in tit St. Louit
IMmotrat whisk introdwed his valodittory addrese,
aad with'seriotis charger againM the late Adminis
tration. It appears now that Gov. Geary does not
charge the Pierae ailmiaia4raten with neglect or re
fusal to nfiord him proper support.
The Hon. Henrv May, former member of Con
gress from Baltimore, is being urged Jy his friend
ooiere tne iTCSwrnr icr me miss-iuu iu
CW. SAmuel Blaek, of l'ittsburg, and Gen. Or
ville Ckrkc, of New York, arc prominent candidates
for the post of Governor of Nebraska.
In the adrertigtag eolumns of the Washington
Orgnh, Mr. J. J. Burnett, formerly a clerk is the
ofliee of the Clerk ef the United States of Represen
tatiyes, makes a charge that the Clerk (Cullutn) of
the House lat winter retained three months pay due
to himself and three ef his fellow clerks, making
an aggregate ef $1,300; and intimates that he (the
Clerk) appropriated the money ko obtained to his
The Kansas Free State Convention at Tepcka on
the 12th,-&depted a resolution not to participate in
theeleetien of delegaie to the constitutional con
vention, provided for by the late legislature.
Chief Justice Lewis, of the Supreme Court of
Pennsylvania, declines the democratic nomination
It is supposed that Mr. Slid ell will go out as Min
ister to Paris, to relieve Mr. Mason, who ii anxwut
to riturn home. It is also said that Mr. Belmont,
who is at the Hagne, will replace Mr. Bodge at Mad
rid. Mr. Lyons, of Richmond, Va.. as I have before
informed you, is, however, the most likely to receive
that ooMiaissien. The object of our government, in
sending Mr. Slidell to France, is to represent to
Louis Napoleon Me neeettity of forwarding the vifKi
of the American people for the purehate of Cuba from
Col. Pickens, of South Carolina, it is said, willrc-
ceive the mission to Eugknd, he having informed
the President that he preferred that to any other.
Col. Thomas, the present assistant Secretary of
State, has become a candidate for tho mission to
Brussels, recently fdled by Mr. Siebalds, and apeti
tion for his appointment has received some mercan
Ex-Gov. Medill is to succed Elisbfl Whittlesey as
Controller of the Treasury, forthwith
Mr. ApplelOS, of the Union, is now suggested as
successor to Gen. Thomas, as Gen. Cass's assistant,
Mr. A.'s intimate relations with the President nro
assigned as a reason.
TO THE RIGHT RET. JAiltS JL OTKY, BiSUOP OF
T1IH DIOCfeSE Ofc'TRNNISSEE:
I btfe rewired and read Willi much Inters U Ad sdJren
to Ilia Mmberi and Friends tf iha Protealant Hplicnpsl
Church In tlia Soataarn and Soutb.-V.V'ern Stales, bj tbs
Bishops of tha retpectivo Dlctase:," urging lb propriety
sn irjaurarttln-a D'.an f.,r tha establishment of x L'alrer-
slt; to be MEdsr the direction of tha Chnrel! as ropreitft.ted
by tba Dlocesss cnltli j In its fjundatlua. 1 may ba sllowsd
toiay tbatlhs crsuraentofthe addrcsits concUslvp,snd tba
magniacoal policy rhicb It couttraplales is worthy the hslp
and ardent aa-operatlon, not only of tha frlecd ofibe Epls
copal church, but alt friends of cdncallon, rerrard'tn of tha
pecnHartectlancf the charch lo wb.eh they may belocg.
Tba Btata of Tensassce Is especially Interested, as Ms can
tsmplated to locate tho UclTerslty nltblu Ler borders. Ills
very true, and the fact is very commendable to tha Stale,
that there are already eslabliilwi mzny Colltgos, proipsr
lnjsnd doln; rca; jood In improvta; and elerallns bcr
population. Ktob irllbin tiie last few yeara s .'JoJleal
School at KashTllIr, and a Law School at Lebanon, hare len
ball; up which already compare larorably with an similar
Institations in lbs United Kale;. If the Fchool, fore
shadowed by this address, with a capital of I5C0,CC0 s-s the
bec'nnin; corner, to be inceisd t tw- r.r ihr millioni i t
dollars, (which sura can 1 ralsd in the Sonlhern and South
western State: easily,) it would eclipse all the Schools here
IninagQlSeence aid usefulness in advancing thaodkcational
Interest of tho b'tatrs. Sarsly the l.f;lilnure of tb. state,
outside of any b tip from tho indlridaa: wca'th of her citl
zens, would conlributo libtrrs'Iy to tho esUbluhnirut and
support of sucb an lastltutloa far exewdin in importajice
the L'n'.veri.ltes of orth Carolina, or Howard, or Vale, or
any ether perhaps in tho world.
But I did no: intend to cltborit- Uie arfamts of tha -A
dress, bat merely to mato a tu;$estionto Iha Bishop uf the
IJiocesaofTennessee touching the location of the Untrarslty
The writer professes to Lire very particular information of tha
topography ef Middle and East Tennessee, acquired by travel
through almost every rook and corner of rack, and I hare
no hesitation Ia recommending; so the Eiard of Illshops to
tnaet at ixjotoul Aionstali, on tha -siu nl Julr aait.
ihrtngk pcrurst,a paint near McMiniiilli, in the raun y of
Warren, known by the name ot Bis Lowirp. Itlsaspurof
the Cumberland JJountaln.bolwren Col. Ins Klrerand Hick
ory Cratk, about 2i or 3 ulh fri'in Mell'nuvllle, and orer
lookiLftlic riUae which is the lerruinusof the lIcMinnvills
and Manchester Kailroad. Tho Muui.ta n l eislly accessi
ble, and eihlbits on its samm't a ef.itiful undulating
plateau of 10 or 1590 scrti. From this point can be seen the
Manchester and McMlnnville Kn IrraH a dlstsnco of 1 or IS
miles, over which the iron-horse perioral h'j tlslly woik.
Krom-lhe sldusnf the Slouutain gush rorrral ee'.d copious
Sprin'sof the purest tr. csuno water. So thn locality com
mends it-elf, abore all others witbln my knowledcu, for
the combined advantage of pore air and water, acceslb;i ty
by Kailroad, and tmhls may beaddad its ceuirality In the
Kouiharn and Kontli-Western S'utei.
Kercrend Sir: rarwitmcln a word to sy, yon may losrcli
the Siata of Tennessee, or the uniird Slates, and you will
not find such a location present nt; nuni po'iitvr sdrau-n;a-
(wlthaatonaconnUrac tng ilissdvantagejforthe aitab
lifhmert ef a (Treat Literary lrat:tutton tt me n.rlcent
Unlvetsity. A Disintxkssiid Witmsi.
G.t TiatD tr frBtEDOtt. Some throe yrs rise?, Hon
E. W. KiNNiar, ol this ticiuny, manunmifd ttreDtv-fire
or thirty of his alsvrs, fnviaed ibem eicb with a liberal
outfit, and lent them to Liberia One or th?u:, a ta.in cf
thirty-tve or forty years cf cue, ctmsd f'Tacs, who had
been a faithful servant, wis unwill.rp t leave a kind inas
tcr and a cuir.fortabla home here firtbs lake of an nnt-ird
freedom in a Btrang enntry ; and w u!d rnnteat lo (fj u.
Liberia enly on ceo cochition, thtt it be sb-uld wish to
return ha should be pirmifcd to d n ih t prv.su bar
ing been granted, SyriM went wi h hii cornpantorws t. AT
rica, remained ia tu it eouniry o year or two, tboreuhly
te-ttd this tbirg tliey call freedom si'isUcd hrnieli il at
it isn't wbat il u cr. ck-d cp to b, g a kice and d:g;r.H -d
wi.b tLe whole coi.ccio, gsicerrd vp his trapa &:i staiLd
back homeaud tovolnn'ary servi.uie. He wat t!a y land
ed on ibo Aineiic&n cuntisrnt ; end on 1 is wiy Lon.c an p
ei ia Washington city. There AbD'itlon'trm wai Vtrr
much shecked that tu bou d wi-Ii o reiuta to tbe Sou h
and aain becoaie s t art of iU "pe:-il.r ica itution," u- d
prevailed upon hiin to try the reul ties of Iif: on bin our.
hockia ( ne of the f. e? Slats?. Srui tccnrdirglj went to
Ohi , wh;io he rema ned l.uj cnoug i iu b-couie ttrd of
the country, the pei p!e, und the rmde i f life amonj the
freedom ihntkcr., uud once moie donairg Ui racdal sbcoD,
oiade acotber breek f- r Isnntuiee. Ilu riatlnd here lt
Monday by the 12 o'clock stage where hs fosrd li s bilor
eddi isas:er,und is rw uuji happier, no doubt, ttan be
has been for many a 'org day. Loiutnbia Mirror.
LE1TER OK VLO'S. It. J. WALKER.
Washikot-h, Jfarch 2P, 1857.
3It Dear Sis : I have at yo;r rcq i Et, recon
sidetoi my il-terfniaation, 83 annoucc d to yo i,
dichniug yot.r tcLder of the cflh:e ot U. verr.or of
tho Territory of KacEJ?. Io view of t! o opinion
new presen ed by you that the safety of the Unicn
rrH-y depend upo the e-lr ctu n of the individual
to whom slnil be tssigned the task of s-itlicg- (he
d Scuhiea which siin surrtund the Kansas ques
tion, I have conclud- d ilia: t io emu si-ce cf duty
to my c:iutiy requ're3 rr.c to ccccp- t.. s poaiti m
lam brcujht to th:a c no'miou wit'a at. unatT.ot
ed ilfli Jerxe iu mj own tbtitty. b.it with a fervent
hope that tho sttne ovcrrai g I'roviJeice which
has carried my telovtd coutitry thtou.b to tmny
peiils will now t end and direo: my humble flbrts
or 1 er welfare, and that lay coure will lo be
pre-judged by any portion or ray f 'losv-ci iz jr., in
or outof Kansie.
I andcrstand that yos, and all jojreabine', cor
dially concur in the opinion expr s ed by me, that
the actus), lonafide residents ci lije Tmi'orv of
Kntifa?, by a fir and regular vote, ustfffcted bv
fraud or violence, must be ptr.natcJ, in adopting
their State cocstitotioD, to dec defo themse'ea what
shall bo their eocis! itrtitu ions. Ihij is the preat
fundament-1 principle of tba acttf CjniTtssograu
izine tkat Territory, i ffinned by the Snpteute Court
of tho Untied Stales, atd is in tccardaDco with tha
viewa uniformly expre sad by ma thrtughoatmy
I lib iccirtc, I io-1 mj.'oteapeto ful settlcn erjtu
ttis Question by an aps cal to the in chicocce and na-
t.iotism of the whole peep's of Kansas, who thould
all j-artic;pate, fite-'y and faliy, in this dtcistcn,
aud by a trajjniy cf whose votes the det.rminntion
taue". bi made, as n j i u j proper &na cot.Etitu.ioa-
al mule -t RiijaJtmi-nt.
I conteinplito no appeal to military power, in
tbe hope that my o tiairymea of Kwsss, trcm
every sect'or, will subm-t to n decsion cf lis
asatter by a tu!! and fair v jte of. a njjri:y of tho
po?leot that TcrritLry. If ibis dtcuion caanot
thaa bo made, I tee Gctnmg id he !aiu-e lor
Kan;es but civil war, cxendin? i s btlefnl ten i n
ca thrcught tha country, and mbjecti g the U.n n
ltpelfto imminent bcend
I will ro, then, and ecdeivor thus to tdjist th( i e
difficnlties, in tbe full conQJcce so atrorgly ex
pretsed by yo, that I Will bs tujtained by aifyour
own htch luthority, with the tordia! co operation
of ell ycur cabinet.
-. hi . : :i e . l- r. - tr
ASH will OUUup.cnu.c;iVf we luitravciw .n.u:s5
bsfere tb-s s.cjt.d Monday of May next I would
d sire my appoliitment' to taka effect from that
date. Viry resaecttuHy.yoorltund.
jAMia Buohawk, President of the Uiiitsd 2'etts.
ili?t? Edit jr3 : Will yoa oblige a " matcbani"
by giving tae inilosed article irotu the New York
Oi'trvtr a p'fecs ia your papct V It contains much
of that sound phl!os;p'iy tant wilt commend itself
to the intelligent e ofodr mereban.'S; and miny
thlngi that kLI touch the oezuciecces cf eneh a
place moral rtc'.iiude abate g'cry or the vilue cf
The Mobals or Tbidc If a history could ic
written of the methods by which foi tunes are
made and unmads or squandered in this city-thoujh
we Deed not be eo exclusive in regard to lacalily
it would abound with anoit iostruative and impres
sive lessons. To many an instmce of enviaok und
aeeraingly ooaiplj:c succcm, there mut, as in the
ciSeof Mr. Birnum, be adjoined au npp ultr to
form the mort.1 of the story. Humbugs" uaJ
'tr.cks of Uade" are no matth againit a :e rib tt.ve
Pf evidence. The cjntest is uuequ .1 Te cro. k
edness of fr au 1, Jtkeacrookd trame, bendr,at:d
etlastia crushed under t e bu,Un. of yssTi.
Tim; is a mighty antagouu;
Tke frequent development of corrop'.ion r.ud
fraud which fnin day to d.y pssia m s: unnuurd
under the shadjW ot fijoh giijintic crimu nimak;
the names of a Schuyler or a Huntington n'aojs,
indicate a statliog defect in the moralitiva of trale.
We bevo met with a atttemnt made by the iate
Gen Deatborn, who lor iorty yens was C I ector
of the port of Bo tm, acd UaJ liktu pi nt duiijg
thowbtlo time io ketp na txtc: icjuid ci the
names and the fortunes oi thb coanurcial com
muuity, that of ell tlu principal merciacts in ih t
city who wire in buaiutsi when be entertd in o
office, heie were only th'ee thai hid notfsikd,
while many of them hid Uiled tv.o and even
Ulrica within the period; at.d his obelus on wa ,
that so far as security, snusesi tnd cimf. t: were
concsrned, hi would ratlier ace nts son poj-itrsl
of ten acr-a of gronnd, and cultivating tnem t.r
bis livelihood, man bshold him awjDg the St
merchants of ih,- Lni. We arc not snprised at
the conclusion based upon such ob rva'iua. Tfe
insatiate thirst for gain titids la-ga oppor unites
and constant temptations in ihs cdutb: ot '.rado"
to comma thoie errors vthc'i p omisb s, ed
profit at the C03t of mtegii.y aud cuass'jjc, bu
which tn the result only ahos thit they Lor.
overreached themselves, and foiled tbtir o-vu n'ui.
But apart from the inii:a ion of a falsi po'icy
and rottenness of principle, afforded by the fre
quoncy of commercial dinners and leversej it
bniiness, the immorality and In q :en' gro; a:ef s of
"the tricks of trade" havs becj.ricuoioitjui V7ih
no capital but oredit as s too often tie ctit- he
necessity of sales within a limited timj ia order o
meet engagements, tempt3 :o the mo of artifias
and management The whole cs'.s.hl.shrac-'-, to
clerks and porter, are sutsidiz d to this purpo-e,
and the measures they may ajop to attract en
tom,are winke J at by th.si whj re-.p the b.ucfjt,
but rtha can sciicaly be igsvaut ol their o';tn
disgrace! ul charao'er, their dj;eterioui eQ' ct uoon
those who employ them Thai an rx:tnt.ve firm
tecorces in reality, o u.iui i, a sobo;! or r-.th-?
umvir ity of crima Tne yonui ul hitbur o m
tiintod morali 13 taug .t ia the w rs s no to -come
all Uiiug3 to all uieu that tia my gain go n-j .'
Ho is uugm r at lest nw3'gKd to deci v
for hu itn.lojfr. Ho is luuia'ed, asd exero las
his tr. t ijit.-.e o ura ia tne art of d.etipatio .
Tne us.te o! tie e :aoj;er -Lom Le would indu-e
to btv-'m.' c .iiomor h.uu be enm .j ud, or an ex
perieni;. ! hand must druw treiU'tain of a greAr
city's wickeJress. aid teicn niu, to the btne o
ttacber r.mt putu', ilut knowledge cf d an i
evil, tha isst rspojislly, ti,i will tu n the
parad.se of eirly aud bif.er uw.iucries inj forbid
den ground Such sjs-.ckk icp;irtrj:oa uf traio
destivi?, and ehouM it-cetve, t e rcprcba ion cf
of every honisl miad. No mu vh'j ro oi-cts hi.
own lawgrity -..d tinny su :h thra ary , c-vfti
here will wink at it for n mooci t
Ve have indicated th.s a f.-u tfu! g m-ce of
mercantile ruttenness and cjrtup ijn. Hut t a:
upas lovocf money sh. ots oat is branch' s ol
poisoned fru:t in iaai.y ttber d reciOLs ral-e
representations; tae p&isieg of UsmijaJ ,r e'es
as sonnd ; ths ta!e cf o d tua'!u;.tjr;J stuff, tin
der lcw u.mf ; the id tira.i.mol pr.i-ljcls; ih
sys:cmb ex-.g?r'.iun of h- v ue o! fl.c art c es
disposed oi ; anu io tbesa w-. mm ul I th t a
ing out of bills iuttn ijnal y tjjt ariiu ly fs's , d
oven aunt) pe jary tucvaJ-j or Imaa tbedu ics tin
imported gooas ; are run of tlw more ob?ioui
arts by w:. ch thr pr.c"ic d laiqui y of trade vio
lates tuos. lsvrs ol ml g ;iy upju wnich &1 tin:
sacc'-i must be bis?d
Now it i s cbriwiis litnt thre h no valid txcaae
for a resort to ttosa methods uf gain, however "ic-
iquitou'ly 1 gal Uetur die a msrtjr to tru'h
ai.d iateyriry, than Ita3l oa ilu f u ts ot' Iraud an!
crime. No fphere o! huinkn icMviiy s i-xempi
from tie application of uptight aid uu'oend.ug
principle. Gam can build so bridge over tne g.n!
oi traLSrcssion cn which it is safato walk Th.i
law of Sinai cannot be ex uJed f-oa tbe count
ing room Gsd grants no such exemption hvm
future penalty, ta the wek James of Eaglann
granted the u..ty Djke of Sjniereai. The mer
cbent is a man, aud tno deu i ot daily besinrs ail
go to mike up she c:o d of hia acoun'abiniy
As high as he bnilds tho stru.turc of h.j jpledtd
but fraudiul arquisiticns, ao high d tr te rear the
gallows that gibbets tLe integrity cf h.scharac-.r.
Title deeds aud bank ttock are a pjor sa'vo for a
guilty co-scien.io. The two mites of the poo
widow, with the heart that gave them, are a richer
estate than that of a Guard or on A-to-. Wo
shall notsmn forget tLe tep'y made by a humble
but honest ocd Christian man of cur acaua'ntai.ce
to his employer, whose large wealth eaabled h m
tj hold cut inducements to a violation of his en
gagements. " I cannot ajjird, " said he, " to vio
late my word. It is all I have. Ycur b md is
worth thou3snds, mine is lo: worth a ce.it, but "y
tcord must be worth ts much as your hand " Tocm
was the jjst estimate of conscous integrity.
Tne almost inevitable tendencies of a thi-s: fjr
gain are often fatal to character, to morals, end tj
all peace cf mind. In the busy bustling currents
of truffle, tho absorbing enxiot that rules there,
swallows up almost eveiy other. The id-iviy ol
msmmcn drives God from the soul. A ftdte stand
ard is est up. Men reo jgmzs only that snpirio.--ity
which can make tie largest cLe;k. A Ume
duck cannot sit at the broker's board. Men worship
tbe fortune of which tbe man h a mere a; pjni
ago. But no law of integrity cm be safely vioia'.ed.
Upstart prosperity, sccared or sustained by frtul,
walks on stilts, and in due time will stumble. It
bas only a fictitious eminenc -. Fr the sake o
social morals, for the cauee of justice, fjr theheno-
ot tbe divine law, we demand as severe int gn y
in "the laws of trade" as in Eay o:ber sphere oi
human action. The ntteied l.c of tlw tlinderer,
tbe printed lie cf the infidel, the prac ical lie cf the
burgler or the fo.-grr, we condemn .Bui hjw
dees the criminality ot those ex.c3d in ihoeje o!
heaven the falsehood and fiaud whose desij&bie
excuse, translated into pla n English, is tie ib
to rob behind tho counter instesd f upu t .e
hjshway ? He who pleads th? sat In fli or usii?
ni&cance of the chest, only aggravetes cur -n iignt
tion. His easy virtue or fded integrity is e l:i by
his own estimate fcr a mre pittance, fie bide
himself dewn to a contemptible cypher.
We went the law of Goa earned to thctfiicc
and the counting room, We want it pcsiib fjr
a young man to grow up in mo Ctntilc pu sni's
wiihcnt brin educated to becon o a ferir, cr a
vithin. ' A nev li.ip? ws.l be eninllsd w thin u?
when in tist rpb-re iA activity where credit it r.li
essentia', abd n ut'.a' ccnfiJenco he vital plement
of sncccrs, thit tr-i'-li wr.ich is tho f undat on o!
both, s'isli bo rec ? izd as the ch:ef corner .t i e
0O '-Ion, the Washington correspondent of
tho BihinioroSun, sajs:
A confident expectation is entertained here that
tl c mission of Mr Walter and Mr.' Stanton to
Kansas will prevent any further difhsulty in Kin
'is, and that the inhabitant? of the territory will
have an opportunity quietly to adopt sach domes
tic institution as they may de"n proper, subject
only to the constitution of tho United States. At
the olection on the loth of June of delegates which
is to adopt a S ate constitution, no person is to vole
nho wa3 not in tho territory on the 15th of March,
and remains there till the day of the election.
This provision will cut off all inroads of spuri
ous vo'ers. If the census which hRS been provi
ded ior should be accurately and fairly taken,
neither of thoadvers? parties in tho territory will
have room to complain. As to the expediency of
admitting Ksns&3 as a State, when she applies at
the next ses-ion, Congress muat be the judge.
But whatever may ba the form of the consti
tution, as to slavery, it may net be deemed
expedient to admit her with a population so in
consideraq'c as that which she is likely to have.
Governor Geary in hia veto of the convention act,
sta'es as an objection to that act, that there was
only four or five thousand voten in the territory,
which would not represent more than thirty tbon
TilAIK 000 FOB ALL.
sr tKLiatsa tWiix.
Betide yoa eat a rartte root appears,
A coUfcjjeflsrile lsdi unto th d.i.-.
A few vriM 3Bts the klv owwnent uivww,
Add ail wouid Uats eet thssgh all is oeW.
IWe Pbillp drveiia aod ukw c aeigabot's part.
Though hide be the means his help to teal ;
Yet still, Uxxsih yoor, hi tuya. tvith pratefel Wit,
'111 tvefltalioor, jsa '.nut una xcctvs bettl
lb; hrc fists ly him wiifc ber dewy feet,
AS b)ita ot beirt be quite hie eo'.Ujre gate;
the golden rULssje laue with diivii i g a cei,
Acd PMtrp reels eotsteM, ihgh kjtr hs late ;
i'rr labor tiuto b:tu on j y impart,
'Tu iRdeecodroee to hts boacs: breistj
Aud still, though poor, be a ij J, with gra'cful brt,
'Tia n ell to Ulor, assi that Ucd kaoaheail
II is wife teaMe the door rratts his return,
ilu children's volets meet him half tho way.
And while the wto wiibia tbe west doib burn.
And bfrd at d brook sing svivt tba eiewe oVday,
i'biltf hr; 's his u.i! Lis cbatr to Sad,
Ur lit tie atma and little lipa cweat,
Acd g(Z'z round, eieliitns svitb grateful mind,
'faaiik Uod tor nil, iLank tied, whs k&oyieui be I
Thf Jannaiy nuutber of tho Loadou Quarterly
Rtvitu! hts a iii9t tarions atltc! oe ints Ti.e
atttbor difcocrcOi upon all kiLdj ol Tits, v z : th
brown rat, the bhc't rat, and the watir tat. Tl e
former, he said, went o;er u Eaglaud with V.'il
him the Coaqu.rr, aud though ha bas fought gal
lon ly for lUpremacy, hij f;c,tiie brjwa rut, st-ll
flounabea in AH.i-n like a g etn bay tree. T. e
blt k rat may Do found in Loudon in tbe tn igbbor
1 ojJ of the Toner, ia VVbit'breeJ'a Browery, aud
in the VYhitd chip-1 Su;rsr U hucry. The brown
rat fibt in cn-pa'.i.s, nud pursue a war to tbe
rJmtli upon their adversary.
1'oucbing ite di'jKJsi hia of rats to travtl, ti.e.
writ r s a o3 that scarce a ship leaves ort I-f h
distant voy).e, tu'. it uksi in i s complcruebt of
ru a rtgalarly as pesscagerr; and iu this menner
the destructive animal d tributes himstli o.-t r tbe
world, Iika ai enterprising trave'er, contioua'ly
piss'rg lro:a oie country to another. Iu ihs
mann r thtj hoary wandtrer cirtuutavigates the
wo li tft-ci r than did t'sp'aiti Cook, at.d sits l.:s
paws oa twenty different shire?.
He adds that vhen tats haTo mcj found their
way into a ship 'hey are .ecureas long us the cr
po is on boaid, provided they can command the
get ntcss ry - wa-er. If ibis i; well guarded,
tirj wii ii'fi rt ;o titrtod csiry taped e.t-t to
p ci'! c it. I or i y Liglr, tl.ey will cwue i.
dck to d n k and will ce . a-cend tin rg ng t-j
s'p he tn1 i 'lure v. fctcli l e b in the folds ot fje s i!s
Leu reduscd to (xtr.mitirs ti ey will n'.irck '! e
sr-irit-cttkj, and j.c: so diuuk that they sre u able
iu WklU bom". Tne 'a- d rt will, in lik mnner,
gnew the metal tnbss wh'cb, in pdbhuhou e', lead
from the t st.ie lo the tap, aud is iu couvivl
on these-ofcciois as h:a n-suticl i l.tiou. The
e-itue uc hs'C a quick ea fir ru- ni'ig I qaid,at d
th-y co s antly en in o led n pip-s, atiii truth
u :li-ir titoitfhm tittei-e,vt a douche la b ia c n-teq-ienaf.
It is wi bout t!-. u it theciffieuity tf ob
taibiog wtler hic'i cuic3 tb.ai in niiiiy casts
tj de e.t tLe .ip tLe n.o.iOnt tlu tcucjis lb
Oa suj'i icc-i nj, tliey g-f, if pxi'e dry
fote'i u !.td. whtci. tfcey feet erl trco 1
by : at ng tu I id au ii e rl g 'he m orii g ttje
tuu-igh, ii tt. o uer ras-ae w jwjv 1 d t..r ilini,
tl:. w.H .0. britsie to rita ItilhsUIH UiiL
ner Miry tsai d sh p3 fru3i :Lc s or.?, tn sa we'l
ari iLtir i.vidii!g hab U kno .u to sitcr3, tLtt it
ii -oruaion u.-on icinifg in j ptn m Ell up ihe
hawer )-oe r e'a' to ru iIij mo-jtijg c-.ble
t'T ugh a b-o m 'lie prcj tiit!-; tvi.a cf w.iei,
effcj.tiBlly "top t:e ingress f tStte mantis.! qnd
rupels Tn-r oc.-upncv of tne hi a''er wrd
tr-edirt; islands, mviii b-j tirlsm the r driving
HWfy the .'eath -ifrd u.hibiiiti t, fjr they punler
thf. Dc-w ot ibetr i-gjs and ccvur the joutg. The
pufii . luv: in th.s r a 1 tea Ctmf iUd to rclia
q li-n Putli s" lihi'', i S tne c 'Rt oi CssmtrveD.
l-rJ"" JIPIl)ci?nwyio.i il.. I I
A'Ol'ICE I. O. O. F.
ri-HKifieoibersof Trabue Lidge Xo. 10, and ithor Meai
1 bjrsln the c.ty, a-e prt culrly requested to atteii.l at
tbe Odd Fellovrs' Hall on MoXL'AV hVEMStt April tlio
Ch l.rnrdo-of the LuJge. H. LVO.Nri,
bptilJ It Swr-lnr.
'PUB Hjlit draasht suamei V. A. R'KE.V,
- UhiDiagDe, iwr, wiuieare js
the Cih. ov li o'clott, M , for tha above
and all Intermediate landings. For freight
ur vtweo apply on Dara or to
npiiU-lL II. It. HAKK1SOX, Agnt,
rj HK llibt doucht eteamer LOKA, Mills,
I .'djjlrr, will lsive for tne sljirc ana all tj
mterEifdlrte pom oj MoMlAY. tbe C Ii ft
ioiiaouai ISo'tli.tt. Fi.r freiiibt ur r-a"-5
aja spplyiiu b-arJ,or to A. IMMlIfOS, Aceat.
JT7 Dr. J. II. KIXZEK Is a candWa.e lo tupresent ibe
con:ie" t i'eirjr and Sroatnr tn the next L-gUIaturu.
W. A. CARUTIIERS,
ST CLhVD, MXXES01A TERRITORY,
Real Tstate und General .Agent,
WILL bur nod sell Lands, Uxas Lin.l Warrant;, pay
laxes, Ac. Loans neg-itiated for capitalists oh unexcep
tionable It.-il KsUit) s curity. yieldln; from se to Sfl percent.
Keeps ctn-stan lyoa ban I for sale val iabla property iu rarl
ois ponion of Minnesota Ha now for lots in St.
Cloud, Harford, o-e. Lands ia Stearns ud lieiitO'i coun
ties. aprl!5 eas.
AS I bare fold out my Cabinet Kstabltslimsct to K. W.
Sh&Btfr or Uor nil prsors in'tebtd to me ar? rcspoct
fully re(iif sUi! tn esll and settle their zecounli without de
lay, otherwise they will c-apullnto tbo bands of tiUolloctor
I wishitdistlrclly unJerKocd that the above notice Is In
tended for every person tha! owes me to the amount of a
solitary dims. J. W. McCOMOS,
aprilS dim. ChurchsUeetnear Cherry street.
HOW TO SAVEJHOXEY.
A LL tboss indebted toA.C. iA. B. KEECH ars request
- v e.1 to tuaka Immediate p.jment, or they will have tu set
tle will) an offlrer, we canuolgive fuitherlndulgecca.
t p ri 15 & lWj
Wbolcaate Dealers acd Importers ol
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
HAVING conelnded eometlme since to discootlnoe tbe
Kets.ll Department of ear buslr evr, we are sow pre
purtd with a Largely Iticrcuaeil Moclt, and an
13xiciiiYv Variety, lo oPVr Inducements to Mix
cxt.iTs juli;? Kait,(as well as thoss comlrf hero tj make
purcha'es) eqial l any house in tba ItaslernUlties
Our terms will bellbirilt proront and solvent men, and
wo will tako FKATHKKS, GIXSEXO, BliESlVAX &. WOOL
at the bljch s'.Market Pri-o.
Retail t'ustomeri will please take notice tbst we eannn
berearter supply them with any Roods in oar line.
KJRKMAN 4 bLLIS
Teb 111 ditw3ui
seiv spRiMi ATiii svnaimi goods
THO M A & ROWEN,
XO. 2 SOUTH MARKET ST.
TO which they respectfully ask the attention of
tboir friends and Ihe public In general. 'Ihr-y
have Jus: received a isrgo ai d ell assorted stock of
Fancv Dre-s Giods suitable for the toas u.c ns stlrsr
of Hie finesjt llrnnd Cbtli", Cassime-es. Linen Drillings and
ranc) Vt slit i;s ot mo iicncst patterns, nnicii tney areprepar
od to make up in tbe bett sljle and tt the shortest nut ce.
api!13 1m TUOMA A KOWES.
Frof. Sdw- G-ieslor,
Teacher on tlie
riAMO-fOUTK, FU'TS AKJD IH SI.filiG.
rpKKM;,830aSoslon of Five Months, two
X lessu-'S every weeic, earn nity minutes.
Lidsou by the month S-.
JQ Orders lobe left at Mr Mct'Iuro's Music Moie
r'HI'. UDdorilgned n ill pay 3100 for the apprehension of a
nezrn man named BAS, if liken up in any free t-Utf.
and )5U, it' taken upiu tho Ststsnf Tnuesoe,aud secured
In any Jul o ma', tney rctnitn, or delivered to mem a' -o
IH, Cedar treet, Xasbvlllo. tkmsabout fjriyjearof are
atiout lite feet e eten inches blzh.of brown color, hljtb foro-
bead, audlsvrr senitble and smart, he was raised on
White's Creek, in Davidson county, by Samuel Casey, and
isprotiaoij tn itasnvme, or in tne LCic;uDuruooaoi nnue'
leuS2-!4wtr JAMES ic II A FM! ISO?,'.
PILES! PILES I PILES !
TBI3 HtTHIETO IXTZUCTABLS DISEV35, Or EVERT TOXU A39
IX X7I1T STAC3,
CURED BT EXTERNAL AITLICATIOJf OKLT.
DR. CAVAHAUGU'S PILE SALVE
TTTILL never fail in siviae immsdiatc relief, and pssi-
YY tivelv carmc tbe worst ucd most obatinato cases of
llcsiorrhoicu or Piles It ia tbe
ONLY INFALLIBLE REMEDY KNOWN
hereorcltwwbcre for th files, and ia the result of yean
of patient study and investigation.
Snflerera from files now bars a remedy at hand which
STAND THE TEST OF TRIAL,
without a fear cf failure on its part, to da all the proprietor
claims for it.
Full directions accompanying each box ; and all that ia
requisite is strictly to observe tbm, aud a cure will soon
Dr T H. CaVAXACGH, (Present)
Dear Sir. When 1 arrived in tba city a few days S0,
I was suffering tutenxely with tbe piles . I mentioned my
condition to yon, asking your advice. You rccnraniesdecl
your Pile Salve saying it would cure mt. I tried it the
effect was immediate, and I am now well. I believe it
to be, as it proved in my case, an invaluable rerr idy, and
a sure cure for that disease, tbe Piles, and as saca recom
mend it to others.
Yours ttuly. JOHN VT. UANSON, ofSt, Louis, Mo.
J5f Price tl per box. For sale in Nashville by Ewin
Brca Wholesale A rents, and by Dniraati and Dealer!
ur. i, u, UAiajauuu, osig rreprwHsr,
tl-ly &, Imb, lie,
Parisian Millinery Bazaar.
EICH MILLINERY GOODS,
I'Olt SUJIKfn, 1867.
TT7E woM rer-retriillyiat6n tbe failies of Xasavtlle awl
V T vlcltiky, that e will ofea oa Wedass-lay, the 1st jur
lWU4iHi KsjaUrop,Br:dy, th largox, not eboleeaad
stlect stoek ever opened ia tiatbrtiW, ur east or H'is, at
aay rttat UbHshmnli cuiuMdIxs; srsif arew ao4 vel
derlsB frnm Paris, Loadoe, and Eiswta aHlsx, of or own
1 wnorUttoa. Oar stock is in store and eootlsW, In part, of
HbU Kiel) Iiuixirled tyls of Fancy Bomtato;
ten Cares or Kich Paris. Hair and Hnga! BXMtd,
2S CVikss bajrl'ih iHraw and ntkr plain styler;
16 Ulttt Bouseu, ChllUrva'a Hals, Cltwy aatl
S dozes lwportsd ImprrbU Cbla Boast Uj
375 Boxes Paris Flowm fur BosboU, farllts atMl BvWal oc
easittBs; ST2 Cautoa Kieb Ribbosa, ef every Btw st;l
Ol dozes Houp Skirts; Mies cthi ObH4r's Mia;
W Parhaad Spanish Fact; 3e hexes Hasaas:
31 i'ataseis, all qualities.
Ukewlse a Um Mock of Etabrefckri eeaststlBi of Kkb
Mablesbetti In Laee Jaeosat, Worked Muslin, Sfoarutftc
Reus, Sleeves, nf every deserrplioa, CollaN, e4 Kich
Klaek BuEal Collars, Maatlllas ef KaHh tad Okaantttla
Laee, Klch Furls Embroidered Handrkerebists, Trimmiacs,
Hue I and KieU 1'aris Hlond Laees, a ane Use of fails Muta
aud Kid Gloves. Biasbc ReiU. Fine aad Medismi Uabbas aad
Port Monies, a flae stoek of Combs aad Paaey ArtteJvt for
the toilet, HI doz. Rich Mohair Caps aad Head Ureases
rrlth a cenerat aMuitraent of usalul, fancy, oraameiital
Head Druses and Variety Goods.
We trust to receive a continuance of the pttreaage ta lib
erally cxtendrdlo as fir tbe past tlrtn yean, and ill not
baULdersoblbyao) estabhWimeal mtheei'y. We shall cb
dsavor by Buliieattenttoa, punctaalltr and boaetty of par.
pose, to sent a cvatieaaaea of the saiee Hhsrai aatrewge.
Mi. WISH, A Rent,
Ko. 40, Union Street, Bextdonru. State Bank.
TTJ Kosuslt blmehr-d and shape attered hi SHpurfor style.
S. B. Cunatry Mercbants aad MiHiaers suppiwi oa as
reisoriaWctbrm as purchaaiBg a snail Wll ot p;ii s Kast.
Vou may depend on geiliBr; a FashioaaUe Bottaet at oar
house. aprH 1-1)
Opening Bay I
Tbe Ladia Ul please reaenber tbtt on xt
Thursdays April 2d,
31 RS. CROOKEK
Will eihl-Wt fr sale a large stock of the most beaatifu.
BOSSETS, t'J.OH'KSSS, llCAD-UISLKSSIiS,
Tbathaaeverbeeti offered in NsrbvUte. Du't forget the
day. BsarSD if.
Monday, Mar eta 23d
MISS C. McCLOSKEY,
OF KO. : UNION STREET.
ill AVE Just arrived from the Best with a rail aisertajoM
of the !atertHlea ofj1 reach aBd Kpili.li iJlll.lieij Goods,
and mpectfelltr invite the attention of tb Ladies of Nasb
vltie aed vleluity toeallal examine my MneW. I will he
happy (e ee my old custoeiors, aBd bo palas will be spared
tn ecdeavoriB; to plea.-e. Kemember my taetto : " Qatik
sales and liist proSU." Don', fcricet to elve me a oall at
Ko 9 Union eireet, up Stairs, uearl) opposite Campbell's
IkilldlBgj. (marchl9 d3ea.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
NO. 30 UNION STJIEET,
a CKOOKF.R is cow reeeivlBt; aBd opeRiajC bis Swing
ft . stock of Millinery Goods. Merchant" and MHiners
wilt Snd it to their tstereet to irive him a call, aa but stock
Is far superior to aay kept 1b tbe city. As every one knows
whalcotislllBl a comi-tete assertmestof MHIiMry Goods,
tt Is useless to enumerate articles. It ts enough for his Lady
customers to know that Mrs. Crooker selected this stock and
with a view to the interests and tutea of their patrons. Tbe
public may rely noon b'ns; honestly dealt with, an be does
ousiBesalu bis owb u&tuo. aarehlr3 dtf.
OPENING 1MY, MONDAY, MARCH 3l).
SO 3134 CA33IjIII:LL.'S It LOCK, (Up Stair,)
rTAVISC narchwed of Mrs. Bicxwith. ber stock of Mil
XX llnerv. nwl Mtceeederl ber In the baetBWS. respectfaltv
Invites the turner customers of the establtsbwent aBd Ihe
r.uWHe ffr erallv to pive heir a ea.lL
JC7" iShels intherew-iBtefherSprlis: Coods of tbejlatest
styles. suit H. rnitrts on aerrurt win no vsbhbe pivots
mow n-to may lavoraer witn mesr pairoBtige- ikousbs
STRAW HAT AND" BONNET
M M AKUF ACTOR Y, 9t
MX 1. 1.1 N K XI Y
M II L L L R II I .t C
I 1TJIS F. J)i;SNAIl'r takes this raediuBi of In'orm
t lHgvhe LadicsaBd Gentlemen i.f Nashville and vleinitr
t'.ai he bas esubl'shedatNo la Cedar street, a Straw Hit
zn-' Konrist MaDafactorr, Milltnerr aud BlesehiiurEstaMish-
rneiii, where he keep i constantly or hand a larie and aline-
ltv a.iortrruMl ,.isiraw nunncu ano uai,o( varioas tiles
aud dec H'lK.n. At I uiaiiniaclnre inete eoods 1 feel con
2d lit test 1 canti them cheaper Ihac th )' can be boogit
cires re in .ariiriur. i.qoies ana uenuemen are respect-
luny sniiciiou to can suu cianiiuc 1117 piock. 1 am nun pre
pared 10 Clense, Bleach aud Dye all styles of Straw G'oojj.
hare a lane sleek of Fauci Straw Braids, to which the at
tentionof Ladies and Geuiieratfu desiring s;ooa1s raarle to or-
der is esprctaii) inviien. lrura tr
MRS7SUSAN C. WITHERS-
FAVORABLY kaowa as Teacher of
MiikI la Kentnrkv. ha lntp.l tn
NasbsIIIe. aud desires tbe tulronas-e if 5
of the coramuulty. bho Teaches Piano, Guitar, and
cuilivatiou of the voice.
'ItzntiS per quarter fcr Instrumental, and $30 for
vocal instructions laciaueu. Laa beloana atno. 34 Bota
Kev. J. W. Hojte, M. 0., -Mr. J. F. Pearl,
Ur. L. D. HuiKB, IJr. E. W. Sehea,
Kev. J. HsntiBgton, Rev. A. Hartpesee.
SPRIXG AND SUMMER STOCK
HOOTS, SIIOKS, (i.UTLllS, nooTEis,
H,!iti.lZr AT l MLll'l'liJCS.
f WIH moat respectfully tot til theattentioB of ray
1 eus'omors and purchasers to my Spring and Sam
mr esortmeiil of Vtootsand Sboes, which have bees
relectud in cersou and minufactured lo order, bv the
most approved aBd fashionable Kaslerii Maaufaetureri, far
IJ-tUetuen, Ladies, Misses, Boysand Chitaten. The variety
and styles are tj numerous to set forth in an advertise
ment. 1 feel eonS lent that 1 eon suit In style, quality and
puce. A. tt. KUHKKTSUa,
BiartL2T dlw .No. 45 College streot.
Clifton & 2M?ofc,
VrrotlLD respbclfully call the attention of their Irlesds
s sbu tae puotic generally to taeir presei sroct 01
Sl'ItirVG AND SlTMMEIl UUODS,
eonblstinc; of Men's and Boys' Clotlilnj of all stylet and
In tho rreateet variety, araonr which are British Half Hose,
a superior article; r ancyana uounn nan nose; Jierino test
half llficc ; Napoleon, lie Jolnville, Loaton, and a great va
riety of other -Naefc IK'S ; a verj rich asjnrtrjaeat of Damask
Silk Cravats, fllk, Kid. Lisld Thread and other Gloves ;
MarMlllal. Fancy end White Shins ; Shin Collars, both
fsucyend white; Silk Drawers and Shirts ; Merino, Lello
Ihread aud Jean ohins aod Drawers, inese are a lew
among a list of ar'.icles too numerous to mention, just re.
eeived. fmar3l if.
IMP RTICR3 01"
HAVANA CIGAllS, VI.KS, KKAK DlE?,,Ac
JUST received by steamers ReolIaBd and Cumberland 1
larze stock of goods. Among which ars :
600,000 Cljars, fine brands ,
IbO baskets CbampasBe Wise ;
.'rOboxrJ Ine Tort ;
SU boxes One Sherry ;
60 casks Sne Brandies ;
93 boxes Calhoun Whisky ;
It) boxes Sardines ,
SO bbls floe Old lioarboa Whisky ;
lot) rases rlraed.. in bottles -
Also, a fine assortment or Fruits, Cracknel f .cults, Nats
c f all kinds. A fine stock of Chewing and Smukiae; Tobacco,
Fipesofall ktnds.aBJ everjthsng tbal Is kept ih our line
-which we will sell at tbe lowest price lor cash.
All these owing wilt please call aod pay, as we most have
money, anu lurutrr lBan'zenee we csfinot give.
rar2i tf A. KF.KK & CO. . 21 Cedar St.
NEW ROUTE TO MEMPHIS.
FAKE ONLY 613 TIME T11KO- 25II01JHS.
rBTUAlXS run through from Stevenson to Mem-gTT
JL pbis and mako close eeflfreettoB with trains Wmfrnfm
oa Xashville and Chattanooga Kailroad at 8tven-29BE3
son. Through Tickets from Kasbvllle to Memphis sold for
312. Time through 23 hoars.
PajMDR.Ts should leave Nashville on Ibe 5 o'clock, P.M.,
Train, which arrives at Stevenson at 3 IS, A. M., aBd con
nects with Trains for Memphis. No delay except ta chink
ing cars. C. L. ANUKRSON,
apri!3 tf. Ticket Agent
NO II UMB HO.
C LEOPOLD'S Pa ent Metslic India Robber Coaled Fens
for sale at JOHN YORK & CO.'S BOOK STORE, only
authorised agents for Nashville. Price 3 per gross with six
pen holders, or 25 cents Der doieawith oae holder. Tbe Fens
are coated with a preparation of India Rubber and are war-
ranteu not to eorroue. 1 aey are superior 10 any row pea
for wrlllnr. Look particularly for the name of 0. LioroLa,
and get thelsenuine article. mar28 d3w
FOK THE ANALYSIS OF '
OUES SOU.?-, niNEUAI. WATERS, Ac.
DR. ANSMAN, Fiactlcal Chemist, Protessor of Analytteal
and Airleultnral Chrmliiri In the CniverstT of Nash
ville, willgive prompt attention to theaaalysiaot all Ores,
Soils. Mineral Waters, lie., sent to him.
Cbarges for tbe analysis ot iron aad copper ores, (10, la.
variably In advance.
I ODulttB Office and Laboravery aliae pseuteaiuo legs.
Cr Puniis tn Practical chsmlsiry are reierived at any
time. frnarSS-'S: ly.
Li AN LI IIAltitAilia,
WE will buy Land Warrant ef gll deaemlaaHesi at t
ittm5rttprpi, EirJI A.J.UDNCAK AMi
'Aia -lt&r 7.
Hats, Claps aad leadies
NO 33 PUI1LJC SQUAUB , NMttrilte.
QUR BBESS HAT!
18 5 7,
is the .host lie icrxrut. HEAD
UBMA.nE.NT FO TIIE SEASO.t.
A. J. RAANCISCO.,
23 Public Square.
THE WHITE BEAVER HAT !
IS decidedly a beeotaiBg T1LK far tbe warm weather.
This beautiful Hat s now ready tot htpetea at ,4V
a pit FRANCISCO'S Hat Eraporlum.
WHITE aIdeaUL CASSIMERES !
ff the Fsshhmah'e Shape. A I'c&t aatl comlbrta-
V- Me Hat for tbe Spring.
A. 3. FRANCISCO.
THOSE BEAUTIFUL STYLES OF
SOFT HATS !
WE are now recelvfeg and take planar In
reeomraendlBg tbesa to our customers.
Seme very b- aatifel new atyles and new eeton,
at tho hat emporium of
A. J. FRANCISCO.
aptU No. 23, PubHe Sqeare.
PANAMA AND LEGHORN HATS !
FOR Men and Boys, tasloding the black and brows colors,
a vsry beautiful assortment, at
CHILDREN'S FANCY STRAWS !
XN endless vatisty, at tbe Fashionable Hat Store et
P P. FK-GK
M 8. PSCE
P. P. PECI & BBO.,
CORN lilt CHERUY AXDDEADKHICK ST8.
Lessee and Manager.
Great Attraction !
POSiriYKLYorTwo Nlgbia only SATURDAY and MON
DAY. A I'KIL-lrH and Cm, 1M7. Tbe W.rld Keaawacd
FA KIR. UF AVA ! the Unrivalled Magician, wHI epen
bis MagNMceBt Palaee of KnebaBtment en the above evening-,
when be will iBtrodacemaay New and Original Magi
cal aid MyateilarhUBlal Illusions, TransforauttOBj, I ttctp
DMissiea To all farts of the bouse, 5S cents: Cole red
Callery 25 cents. Colored Bex 59 eeats. Doors open attar
tor before 7. Cartala rieee at quarter before 8 o'clock.
Seats can tw seemed from ye to IS, A.M., and from 3 tu -t
P. M. For particulars mi Mils of th day.
a?ri G. CLAI.KK HE.NUKHSON, Agsitt.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CON
FECTIONERS AND BAKERS.
U'Gtil.KICK A: RFRnS are aeeningat their f
tabl omt, on M ark.t street. No. 36, neit door to Mr.
Power's ClothlBg Store, a rsaeral usertm-nt ef Onfeetien
eries, which they intend selling on very reasonable lerms.aad
trust, by their attention vo huslnees, to induce the poetic te
extend to them ahheralsbare of patronage. Among ten lend
ing artklen now on head, and wblcb they will be receiving,
are tbe following, viz :
Candies, of every variety i Pine Apple and Ohio Cheese;
Fruit, of every kind ; Hrandk.A Wises, bett br'ds;
Pickles, assorted ; Cordials, of every variety:
Pickled Oysters ox Sardines ; Ale and Purler,
Shad and Salmon ; Fine Cigars.
With avariety ot art'rloa not herein enumerated.
In connection with their Confectionery, they invite the at
tention ol tbepablis to their Bakery, from wakh dally
supply of fresh Bread, Cakes, nnd Paste ry caa be had- Par
ties will be made up to order and carefully tent to any part
Having permaBetly located here, we of course, wish t be
patronized liberally to the end. We Intend sel lag on geod
terms, and by our demeanor, eommcsd ourselves ta the
kind notice of a generous public We respectfully Invite
CoiBtry Sealers, who are in our line of trade, to jive a
call before purckasiug elsewhere.
aprdt-tf McCOLKICK dc BURNS.
HAVANA CIGARST f OACCd,"&
In Store and lor sale at Use Igri ol tlie
Little Indian !
COSCK CIEEHIt-Y AKD CEDAlt STKEKT3
.A CHOICE lot of ane Havana Cliar.att dozen bars n.
tm. SKOkinr Tobacco. Lal chorus's fine Chewinr Tobaso.
wl h a eeneral vantty ef flue brands always oa hand, with
the largest and finest variety of Pipes in tha market. Also
use shiuus, eonnevirgoi acotca, rrencn nsppee, jaaeeaboy
die., with a choice asortaient of WIbcs. Lianors. Ale. Por
ter; and lastbut not least, I would eall the attention ef the
lovers or the Kod and Keel to my choke selection of Fishing
Tackles, which is Just received and of the flout quality.
Call and examine them, at the corner of Cedar and Cherry
"tvet. api-irj j. jiuunn.
NEW BUOT AND SHOE STOKE.
A KM now receiving and will continue to receive
d.llj a choice and well selected slock of Boots and
shoes, ex 1 ressly for the Retail Trade. Their stock of I
laoirs' wear is very Bne,tensistiBg In palter
Glove Kid Con pre. s Gaiters, v ita aad without heels ;
" ' Front-lace ' " "
Lasting Gilteia ol every description, with and. without
Slippers orovery description, with and whheat heels ;
WbueK'd, SktmandSHIk Gaiters;
" " " Slippers, wllh heels.
Miss s acd Children's Shoes of eiery dercrlDtlen :
Gent's wear of every kind and stile, made br the best
manna:treis la Pbiladtlphla, together with a flee stoek of
Servant Shoes, Hrojans, Ac. call at -o. St Pubne Souare.
aprits oxxutti at haiiiKL.L.
trunks, valises, Ac.
O flae Sole Leather Trunks, Valises, Carpet
Usga and batehels.tnal csnnet oe excelled in
this market, wi kh are t arred at low Sgurrs
at no. 21 ruoiie square.
apriK SNYDER St FRIZZKLL.
NEW SPRING STOCK.
T AM bow receiving my Spring Stoek of Boots.
-L b&9es, dec., Ior tkespriBg iraue, eonsuuxg ot
Ladies KhI Bootses, with and without heels. Ladles
fine I j.'Inr Uonr-rofGnlters.wilti and without heels.
Ladies plain Lasting Callers, Busklas and slippers, fine K.ig
Ush, French and Amere ib Kid Clippers, with aBd without
heels, White aod BUek f alia and lUdCairs, Jenny IAnds
and Slippers, extra embroidered, Brocza Morning blippers.
lacetner witn a large supply ot stapieeaets rer women
misses aid children.
Pine Stitched, Sewded and Tegged Boof, Kid Patent
Leathers and Calf CoBt-ress Gaiters for Men. Bois. Yoalhs
and Children, Gents Paient Leather and Calf Utitched aad
Pegged, Oxford Ilea and bow nuarterej ire snues, 01 toe
l&.twt itls and finest workmanshlD and malerlal. also a
good lot of Men's, Boys', Youth's and Children's Calf aad
nip nrogaus, ueivy isrosans for rianuuiors anu mi ..via
Hands, riease call at No. 18 Public square and examine tie
stock. UllAKliKK a. UAL.U.
p. S Tha verv best and lsri-rst tot of Kote Leather and
Kin I run Prim. Travelling franks. VrJiees Carnet Bars.
ailcaou. Bonnet Bjxes.OiC .in tae ciiy, 10 mum
DUCK 1UVKII AIALE ACADEMY.
rj'IUS SCHOOL, in Bedford county, Tenn., on a tributary
J- of lbs river ol its same, teettnated In a healthy and pro
ductive country, on tbe line of loi Nasbvllia and CbatU-
nocga Kailroad. Iront the wartraee Depot 01 wnun 11 is ais-
taaee four ml'es The Building, reeeatly erected, contains
six rooms, and would easily aeeomraodata 19 pupils. The
next session will begin the ttrst Monday In May and continue
90 weeks. Board, Iceladlng washing, lights, Ac, 35 or ta
Sprliing. Heading, and Writing. .8,e0 per term ef91 weeks.
ArttnniMic, iograpny, r.n'tita unrsner
HlgherMatbemalies, Lallv, Greek, Physiobrgy and
natural rniiosopri) i'"
rations MDerlallv reaue.ted to enter their children at
begloning or middle of ihe seeslod. Nadeduetten madeftn
time of entrance to close of term, except ia case of nrotri.0"
et sickness. A. M. TILLMAN. 1 .
miril-dfcwow. G. W. EVANS, t
BY virtue of a deed of trust executed to me by S.L.BaBiT
on the 21 Ih dav of Aoril. I shall sell to tha hlrho.t
bidder for cue, on the SVth Uat or AraiL, I6a7tosth
rtrenilses. a Tract of Lonl, sis whUa are a flae Saw iil
Grist M'l s, andothjr IraprorenMBts. deeded In trust to Be by
said Bailiff by deed of dale abo re, tse Lands where satdBalttX
now lives, ia be 4lh District of White county, on the Caney
Fork Klvcr. hounded on the West by tho Ukdscf W. Cotton-
on she South by the lands nfJ. U. Rhodes, on IheKist by the
lends of said Kho lee and W. B. Hutsan, and oa the North by
the kinds of said flubwn, containing SI, more or less,
Acres. The terms of ald sale will be cash in hand. Bald
sale ia made to close the deed of trust executed hy she said
iaiu to me as asove. ma me or saren, hot.
mrhT tw&wtd. JESeJK FK ASKS, Trustee.
LOT with three Frame OBceeon it, fronttng 31 feet na
Cedar street, Ml feet from the Fabric Senate.
april9-dlm. JOHN KIKKMAN.
KCEIVED thb day Der steamer Stllle West 33 barrsls
IX of Cider. Call aooa If you w lsh rood Cider.
11. w. KiisriiiiL, Agent,
raarSl Corner Broad and Final slreots.
m iqii iimvinsacu i. i.jwitu v .imw "i... ui
. ffqnalrty, in large or small quaaUUss.aodwllI pay
for the tame IU true value accordssg ts the i er cealage
yielded by Assay. The Ore li to be delivered In PhBade.Bhli,
rtctedio JOBS XEBLBR,jr,
nrm 11 1- : - I I - - . ,A ..m.u V V 1 ASD . .
Smportmnt New Books.
rae Private Correspondence of Dan Id
8 vo ele-Ui.
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Coltoa's AtUa ot the World, iiiusirati-j
tMtons, OeecratMcal, StaUsttcat aasl Historic
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YKAHH YIEW; or-, A BMmj of the Work'sg of t-
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rtw au aoeenn vnam can asm Be mwisiti IB 0113
UVhM.er the 8econ4 VataBie W these wke have Us b rt:
Til. IfknAd AntIIi KYnLkfailAna In
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Schiller's (Fredertek) Worka, Hwtorisa
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CycIopcBdia of American Literature
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Prkiejples aaa Piasftee. 1 vols 8 10 tluh.
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Hone's Every-Day Book; or, the Goido
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riperte, Cervsneeilee, Manners t'attoffii. and Events, 'a
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Past and Present Tleees ; being a eerlM ef Flvn TCoa
sand Anecdotes and Facta 2 rols 8 ve, half call.
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te Ihv Present llnse, coalaleirg 2 a BaravbrT e7
lentnles. Fataees, CatsMdrars. and MennawnU. A'se,
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FOR SALS BY
W. T. Berry tSc Co.,
No 42 College Street.
npHK aaderslgnnd has neelved this day i
JS. 1-S4 3
SMo KM BeoU, wMh hetls ;
" (Be " I sileagGaners. with heel
- " iM aad UiH GaUrer.
u u u " KM anst Fur anofceeo aWtej
' KM SHnpers, plain and trianined .
" " - " with heels;
Mbses'aal ChlUrsa's Lattlog Oaiseis :
" " KMaaj FreehMe. BeeM l
CMMrea's KM araekle Ttee and Ivhaspera ;
A few dexen Men's ftete sewed Axlbrel Tiee ;
Men's eatf Br ess Sheet, tew ewarteteJ.
aprll 1 r a JOHN KAXAGB.
SPRING STUCK. !
LADIES' FIVE BOOTS AM) SHOES t
I AM In receipt f another 1m i.f ihose ttfi,mtfrm
CaW, Soft Finish, Congress, Heel Boost ; ItaJlanMM
Cleth litelGaKers; KM h-tte-pess, a treat vsrtetT.f Mj
These' kses are very handsome and vstrabie.
marchl7 JOHN KAXAGB, College slreet.
TRUNKS I TkU-vKSJ
TOHN KAMA6K.42 Collen street, has re-
fj eeived another let ef Ihe best Bngiuh Sole
reamer irunksaad vaiiees, and alaigestoek(
ot comsnra iruors. opening ints stay.
marehl7 JOHN HAMAGZj
TO ALL WIlUN IT MAY LOftlSKN
I WOULD earnestly solicit THOSE yet indebted (urlhe
year, and to the late arm of HatMa dc Church, tn ca..
without delay and settle. JOHN SAMAGE,
feb7 Col'eee ttree"
Bank of East Tcnnesse.
EAST TeBsessee Bank money will be taken at par uatJ
the 1st of Jane nsxi, for Patents to the "Imperial Cam
phor Wash Mixture." Taa mixture u easily nrepared. fa
cilitates the taeer ef washing csethes, dove not injure c,
e olers or textire
Certlfleates from Cel. LatreH, Comptroller, Wi. Q.Snas,
fmerAKrnyGennf,aBd many ethers who have w
nsased Its rr'at snvlsig at hi ber and sisne.
Kxelnslve Right le a CeuMy, pphUoa ten than 5000,
- ' M.WVJ.D.
" " " " so.uee -.ii,.
" " " " ' 3n,iB"J a3.
Where the Patent ler the County has net bven disposed C.
address V. W. ChOIZKR.KnexvlIle'Tenn,
vp The Patet t Bights fwnny Cesnly er State, ex apt
Mississippi and Missouri, wMeh have burn oliemed of 1
apill I twcVwi. ' 1
KBGPLAH AVKMN liS BAYS 1NB SATIR
IIAXS PACKF.T BOAT
FOR SJIITIILAND AJfD IADUCAt2,
cennxcTino with aaaetia
17. 8. MAIL STEAMERS FOR ST. LOUIS & LOSiSYIii
THK neat tight water paekat boat CBKA ,
Mills. Master, will run da iter the sea
son ti aeevn arm an inMrsEMlaie polats,
regaiariy aepaiung at 1 1 n'csocx, pnnetnany..
rsr ireigni or passage py oa euara, or in
nir31 lies H.H.HARKLSON,A;ls.
The Lotteries ef S. SWAN A CO. draw ,
EVERY SATURDAY IN APRIL,
Whleh embraee, is aiteMot! ve rtsri,theMlowrf BrilMan'.
Prize of 50 OftO !
1 Prize of 9w,0!!
I Prize of $10,0001!!
1 Prize of $10,000 ! ! !
3 Prize of $5,000 !!
8 Prises of $2,500!!!!
iSec., &c, &c.
UOBE THAN ONE FX! XX TO EVslRY TKN TICKETS.
Remember vhat any oe ef the above Mt aiSceat Prises
can be bad hy risking SMI
Whole TVekets, Halves, $ aaarters, Jlw.
No Mme should be test ta searing Ttekete.
AiMrtst Ordert Per TMteAi e
. ... , ? SWAN v CO AUaata.Ga.
mar3t-dldtwl. ar.Z STtMBTEgB. Bex J. NsihvlUe.
ni.i,. UU.IBUIBKK 110 bMs ree.litd ot Ua
J above. whleh win ha said ai St. r..i. tw.u ,,k ti..
freight added, by epl II J. q. KOBBRTSOX.
Wtl. UIIEbsX-N boxen of the above la store aad
tfrole hy j. e. XOBBRTSOS.
OKAfltr.ES,-m shim of the aheve In good order and
fcr tale by J. S. BOBBRTtJON.
POMPsIws s.m New York mndc Ale
X Pa saps te arrive, and wilt he tM sweep by
I J. 6. XOBBRTtroN, Broadway
SOOO let or Joist, SeeMIInc, and twe bveh Fteak on
band, eh tar, twr eath. A raa3 tat at tud. pn-rt..
Shingle ens bs deHrtrnet ta a tew u Ia Uiu.
them. My M4II Is euMhsg daNr. I am Areat nw oiber Mill?.
will Mi narttealar attentjen to alt nnlui rll .1 ika
Savings faiUtuHen and leave year orders tf yoawMa the at
Hed fnavKt J. t. DtMSHHl
DR. JOHN H. MOKTOW.
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