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t v If; f)ME JOURNAL. jslietl weekly nt ?2 jmt annum. AVhcrc paper in mml out of the cminty,''-.'. WM. J. SLATTLK, Lfiroi:. rdnooday, Feb. 21, ICC3. L l I'. ... . t - - I.. ..lil,.. ...ii 'ilOre BCOlim U I HI H lillimij m un lit ill tlic Legislature in favor oftcin uico ami morality. Kf , l O l J'ho Legislature bus p:esed a lav,' nut it n crime ngaimt t he Kt;ttu! h of iillCSHCC III sell i''V i.tcoh. 1 ..i - . . ... ti ..... . !.. I'flllill IlllH h'.;il tJ.'.ltlilft:.! i:i the Leg- ;lure prohibiting County (' "i- fiointing its members lo p-'.s;t!'iis i! Ut. v. "he C'uiili'it'Tiitc Monument Commit- of Nashville report in favor id nt. insr tlio monument mar the ;orm-r JjruiKl nml Spruce 'flumes L. Ui'.tK, ii well-known piinli r; 1 formerly puhtb her of the Sh. '.hy- r In Gusset Ic, iliril of consumpti m nt 1 :s (no ill Shelliyvil!" ren nlly. 1'ho Amerieiin Hiy.M I hut the l.e;.'ilu fu will in nil lilulihoud pass the pi.-tol l without oprmMiioii. It makes the 1 j 'rylng of it pistol a felony. "I'lio Cumberland river nt ai livil!. 1:4. ..i i. ii i I a, l fill It iiooiii una ' i i nun ii - S'diiii the northern pin t of the eily 'if-yo inumlateil.iliiviii,'.' out hiiinlnil-of i ' j.jlt (eeniB the memlieis of the I.e;.:s jijuro tvnnt to w o who can introilnee the ! .uteet nninher of ln'll-i. I'onr ineiu- b"8 iiiiuic inlroiliiced thirty liilln in one roceiitly. r h in Hiiil liy lemliii politieiaim in t ; TllHliineton tlitit tlio prccent ('on;:re! ';'.U tint PilHH tle tariil' hill, I j,. 'd llmt thu rreimleiit will not call an jj Jtra twsioti. !'Tlio hill to prevent the wile, import, (;'" B"1 " ""'"i.mi,iKe, hi no... Hi i a i. . .. .... i . . i . . i ff ' iwt fiSt'Cja Mi Kuril utmmih iuc iivj- !: Lhiti,l in it) i tir tiiutolu fiiul fit I.ll: ft' i j jr or me iii.ii. nine in menu niuni o., ' I'.Jj's the Chutlanoi pi Tiinec, tin r.- i: j'v.t n cans of Kiimll pox in that eily. Jej.iriiijj the pant year the ilL'eai-c lies fr ''t tho citv no h k than t.'.'iS'W. .1 .. ! i ...... !.. ....1... .1... ; Tho Wiii.on C'ounly Kcv.h nays the i f.e 'f'L'lhlatiiro Wouhl il i a ih'n;' to p I lh'hi iuu jaw K,vinn 11 jm-iiiiiiin "i I .1 .. I ..!.... I ij flL'p8, for the reason that it oh! is tportuntly fo ku iiitlliag. Cite Hit is is announced by those who have ";!jkcd into tint matter, Unit the State i':'i tint nial.e anything out id' the cie.e . VaiiiHl the Kushvillc Unuk that she '.fjiinis irdol I 'oik to su'ail!e hi r out of jjfj'Ail exchange cup : "'faking the ' L'f I l,,ll,"y Ihrough, (he one thing di-ciij.-ed ll)!' politician i ami newspapers is ihe jlll'iff. And ilis noticeable, that I hose r(j')owing tho least about it have tin I. 'Ait fit unt. f,n fl.n u.t.t,.i.l ft jjl Attorney -tu'iicral l.rewslir has ois- .largeiliill tlio colored employees of the ,1'piu'tmoiit of jiiHtice. 'I he rt e.st.ii ,",iv ll for this ntep is llmt thu "colored eni- ;tii?t! oyceHiuu t'oo keen to bi o the color nf t s'?; " i'io money of thcstur-miiti! defeiithinls." l' j, It ih anno iced that the lull pension- I '! g tho Mexican veterans will not he JUseed, at least by the present Coii- .:M.'rii.a rrt,n niuiiinl .tin.i.n.l . I... f .......I.I ... f ,w. ... ..... 1 l(, l , llllll. 1. At. . . Uij'3? reijiiiico io pay pciismn.H woillil lie W-p""t 81,.r)00,00(J. Tlieri! are ahoiil i . fji t mn IUU .i.,l'V V I, Lt I II l... lin I Ulllll()r Il'air'n bill for assitlin;,' pub- - '-in CllllPllllutl 111 ttlfl Mi, lilt. .h.r.j .,,.1 " f,V; j'w iiniuiHii eouiiui i ii in 1 t inn if ropuaes to expend for the (irst year -' ID ,000,000, to lie iVistrilmletl on' the jmtiii of lUilor IICV : for tho seeoml veiir 14,000,000,1X11.1 81, 000,000 lens each ( ' 5'ear for ten years, when the distribution fj4. 1 3itses. In ten years the e:;peiitlitiin i. V 'ould reach $10:1,01)0,001). M0- Sfi f j- A bill to settle the Stale debt, Inn been ) grcd upon ,y a majority of Ihe I.eeis- P, ituro. It places the debt proper al tj 2,116,000, nnd the railroad debt al neeriicil iiilercst on finch amount fo be added. All bonds j;old hy etliiealiori.'il, literary ami chnr liable institutions on I ho 1st of.Jnnun- i .. 1000 ... I .... 1 . .... it. i i oo,iiru hi oeiunticii its rNato ilcdl roper. T,, V'HC tlio C)hi,i river last week j-;xcecrW the grcutcHt rise ever known . (i uCiwn ll.nt .ft Onr. r, i,.,iW ,u ncven Bniinre u i iitlrtn r I.a ..rrie . .. fl-i...vo ... mu Vny oi ineinnati were tin ts i .... . t .... X.iier wuter. At Joiiisvillu lifi enunies rcre iuttndnted. Nearly till the towns j, "i" oni n.-iu in eiiiowcil, tlllll II omo villages were entirely covered rf.'io Infsea hy this freshet in nlnmst in fc,i:ifcuIiihIo. Ih jiff A butch of land grant was reeeiviil tu JViishviJlo recently, from Llounteotni 0', for tire sigtmturo of (lov. Unto. The i governor decliuod to sign them for the M ;ensrU that lie fears (hat (Iicko g run Is, piitli liisiiamo iittnelied (hereto, might 5 jc itfca to the injury of other parlici, g uir tho reason that it is almost im- J'NWtble lo find vacant Jund in ns old n (uTity ns Blount, and one flint has ;een shingled over for years bv h,d -anti.: ' nor, Ten net-nee bonds uro quoted in Nash ville nt JJ8 cents. Nino members of I he present Congress hnvo died since their election. The citizens of North N.i.-hviih: full U slight fcln-ck of earthquake recently. Grant nml Jihiino have nt hist become n rom-iled, ami .'.iv now n'2'ini"'l m the hist of friein1i. The (iiiviriiiie'iit mint at 1'hihel phia lgiiii ciining the new five-cent pieces on the 1-t m A hill i. noiv pei.ilin; in t!ii! I.e'sla ill II: lure t.bul:i tin) i ;:. !; s Mid liuiv.ni of Allien. Mini s. li jv. Hate recommends, ill hi .ir;t, a imLrM Siiprititeielent fr th" ei.lni e'l .elioi.lf of Teniie.vee, 'il.e Cenei.tl (Jrnml r.npler el Kn'jJit.i Templar ',' t in; I'eiteil Siad i!l convene i;i I avi r, Vl, on the .',;U of Anirii-t. Ii.-'! ;i :i li;.- v. ii.: to 1 1 1 1 1 1. . lie !iti- r-.i:; U.i not pernulteil ce I.ini iine(! h',i iiepr - '0 - a s l.e will ne(f e-ji ol for her to .( iiii.i in i ; The h:.i'i!il.i.' of a iiiimm-.v "i.a' e ia rmal, to run from Cleveland, 'hi", to AllMila, Cii , U li Had ( f. It m to competi! with the hioail (.'ea; IIIH he (WiS mile.'i Jona than the l leiol 'Mil;;! a. it s f-ilol ter m , nr- Ik en ilitimlliceil in (,'oli- A hill has yie. n to inei i purate the A ikai'.-a-1, New Mexico and rac'.lic railr ad. The read into run from fort Smith through the Indian Territory to the Tiwhk line, and thence to New Mexico. Col. ii. V. Cule'.i lain," ni pi arx in the li.-t of incur poiisiorc. The ciuiiti.l Mock of the Tredeenr Nail Woikn nt Cliiill:inoo;'ii lm !ie Ii iiiereand ?2IKl,0)(), mid operations will be coniiie need immediately on an in cieiced H'ale. One ihul Kinil men . ill lie ciiiployid, and the daily capacity of Ihe worl.n will I i . . i i . ,.. I , r III! 100, IM)II holllnl.1 ol . n,,.,,,,.,, , ;,,,,. ,,,,)fllll;i,llll, r(i!() 11 - r j ( c;fi of ,-iihi f A jiarl of Ihe eily of Wilkesharic, Pciiiifylvniiiii, caved in reeenlly, at lii;;ht, cau.-in n panie liinon;f the peo ple. J 1'innvf topph d over on one hide, brick hiiihliii;;.J were iplit ami rent asunder, and the sidewalks in some places fill leu fe,, ami in others hillei' ep live or six fee!,. The people I :t ll V.ihllv liii'uiiyh lite J!ive. rying eliiiitrcii in tla ir arm ', I li. Ill were li.il.ed. The hil l IMU I's I.ll III'' M of six ai.'l many of li.-titrbi d ilis v acres. A petition, : ir'ie d by ami in ii.op. -lists of all parts of the country cell in:.' for :t eoitl'eifnce for I he I'm imiliuii of n new i.iirly, hits been circulated fori some lime, and il, I. a- been iigrei d lit: I he conference l.e held 'ii 'hie ill l he i,, lih of duly next, on the li;-. is of lour ivprcM nlatiw s from i ach ( on;' : s.-h.nal district, foi.r from each ''Vrrilory, and four from the I i.-t lit I oft .'oliimiii.i. 'fee principles enunciated are: "' (pjiosHiuii loconfedi rated inoll'.puly. (ilihlii' himls for actual st (tiers, suppression of cor lleic ill necessities of life, opposition lo il prnlcelivc larilf, in 1'ivor of ihe i lec tion of l'rc.-it! 'lit, N ice I'risidt nt and N'luitors by a ilirccl vote. State Jelt Rcscilutioiie. ' 'I'he following resolutions have been atlopleil by the Legislature: When as, ihe present it neral Assein bly of ihe S'lalc iif Tennessee, has hail presented lo it coiiiuiiiuicalions relative lo a M'tlli'iut lit of ihe holltlcd imlt bled- ness of Ihe Stale, hy ihe ( lent nil As- sciiitiiv, in, iii certain persons piiriiortin:.' to be hoie-.-i of a portion ol'; :iid Imiu's; ami, Whereas, it in desired nl till limes to be respectful nntl courlcou.i to the hold ers of our Mii.l seeurilics. Kow, in order lhal tin: holders of said bonds may I. now ami tiuders.iauil the exact ilisptmilion In be made nf that iliiestion by this (ieiievnl Assembly in us present iiothion ; tlierelore, I. ., . .. .. i . .. mi ii. rt soivoil ny ine, Vieuer.il Aiisem- bly ol thdStutn ol 'Tennessee- 1. That so soon as prtielieable we ten der to our creditors a rettleinent of the bonds ol the Siulc titnm ihe terms set lorlh in the platform of the Oeiiloeralic parly, adopted June M, I that no pi'optiiiiion lookiii'r to a higher rale ol'seltlt inenl. ol'eillu r prin cipal or iiilt-ivsl will lie eutertiiined than llmt projiosiijoii in Miil platform .'I. That the said proposed sell lenient is alike fair to the creditors am honora ble to the Slate, ami no hidicr rule of settlement nhould ever be entertained by (he people or their rcprcsehlnlivcs, I. J'hat we recognize the doctrine llmt ihe sovereienlv of the Stale resides in its people, who have the right nt all limes to instruct their rcpresenialivesus to (heir will, nnd when ihe people have spoKen, no mail or set ol men can, with decency t.r propriety, set in judgment upon men' ncimn. That it is the sense of the members "1 this (ieneral Assembly Unit no heller settlement for tho bondholders of this "late will ever be obtained wilh the "'iise.itofiu people, C.irlv expressed ; and no settlement made can or oi.Hil, t! bo periiitinent which does not meet their1 approbation. The. following v.iis among thu explu. milieus filed by those voting lw resolution: W'c vole f r Senate toinl, resob,i;.. iVo. L0. with (he I'ollowiiiL' cxcei.ti and cxp'aiintien: Wo tin not concur in that part of item which savs "nml no liieher rale ofsetth -meni slioithl ever bo entirlaincd by the people or Iheir j'ejircfeiiliiiives" hcemisn, in our opin ion, this i.q beyond tho ilonuiin of tho power tt (his'Lody nnd dictatorial in sentiment from an ngent to' Ms siipe- Scarlet Fever. 'flic iState P.onrd of Health rccom meinlH tho following measures for the prevention of scarlet fever: 1. I 'nt ii') reliance in hellailoiina, or other so-rullcd antidotes. 'I. 1'nt a ri'iil quarantine upon the sick for a period of at m three weeks, even if the disease exists in the in il I' t llorni; ami during tuis period excliioc i all persons from Die patient's room who Jure not m ccss-arily in atteinhinee there. j '!. The clothing and hod-c!oliics ii"1'"' il-v tin- patient should lc thoroughly I 1'ilidl Hi ii,m ;S tlitir ,-u ri (llrlllli.-i'l aiJi. I. The (li. eliaics of the sick blioilhl he ic'Ci iveil in vc ' N e'liitainiiiL' a S"'in- lion of copiei;H, nml shouhl he nt linn: 1 1.', .'. ii u -i n.it t'i. ',i',i into tlii: jirinj in lll ', ,.;'. , 1 1 ' l' t Tho.-e in allele!. Uii'e llliell the ,"ick ! !;;iiM not iiiinl.! uisli other member I of the I the ili 'Jaa.lil inns leihi ho me hiihle to have ae, iMel tiiii parlies m expownl i-. ') ate. I V I iii.-is lee mouth aiy unit !i::il-lo the irilllellt. 'i. In ra-( t.ll'1,1 f, with line mil.! tin- of ih ut ll hv (-eni let feVi r, i" '' .ii ml Avi.'W ii . i.ri'i, ('.' wif. 7 M, lhiil.. . (lj miV i,,,,,'., i,,,),) 1 .i.,ti ,.t i,-iy exit,-, v.l.etltt r iniM or i inale'i.an! , ?iioiiii r. fiain Iroei liiia,.'hn' i n r.ni'll I'll 111 Miiiii.-, cii.ik ll' I Hlli, . . : , ' . 1 . i . . i ..i I . . in I ii.il .-elino !- 1 aial ii.-.-or I . , or ether imloor places ill n v.ilh a hills should h much as pu.-sihii'. r ,'lneii ii i. A pi r-on eoiiMile.-ei nf from MT.ilel ( r liil.Vit he c.li.-iiler' il (hliejeloll-; ll lull;; ."('iilili'' of ,e .-hill eontinue:, or I an i wiiptom.4 of lr-y reiuain. Htf eliiiiiii:;, ifv.oin at all (ho 'injr liis sick- n".-, n.ii.'t iiImi liave been lliopitiiily ili.-infee!ei. !) All aila le.s of ! Iimif in u.-e by any of the . ifi;, nial all m lielei of fur niture ie-ei in the fiek room t-holihl he thoroii'lily di-iiifecleil. li iilin;; U the li--r-1 iiiciiini of ili.-iul'i.ctiii;! eloliiin', ami f.-r the ili.-i'iifectiuii of fiiiniinre, it ,-h .lihl he Hilijeeti'd fur ei'ht or It'll hocr.s to if n.-e fiinii s of hiirnin ftil phur in a eluxi room. Any article ul.ieh eatiiiol be ili.in feelcd should le hlll'liei It i; ll Will Cfliibii.-heil fact t'lllt M'lir- h i fever i one of the contagious ilin- ea,es, and tho-iMvlio are ill authority are deirlict in their plain duty if they do liol t ach Hie people. m i i i i i . . c in mi liin.i linn j.ur i li'iil n 'ii . . .;. . . i . , Health are eai'ne.-llv r.eipie'lcil lo nn- pi'M t l.i -I- hiciH upon the miiid.s of IhuHe under their iiilliience or control. Anv coinmun'ciitii.ii ti'ion the Mihjcct may oe innircsscii ro wince oi .iiaieii ... I 11 I . i . i. i'. . Ih it rd ol Health, Nashville, Trim. A bill is peinling in the Legislature which, if pastil, will break up the Iraf lie of obscene literature mid pictures in Teimo-'-c". H prescribes that il shall not he lawful lor any person, or peions to sell, exchange, loan or give away any o i.-eene, lh" Stall l'lilie.. N immoral or vicious lilcraluivin ic!i as lu" I ulice iiazclte, ! I ., ., .. ..i A.-,vieio.u, immoral mi.l oti - i scene novels, ami oilier sueii works ol lietion ; or print, publish, import, nil ordi.tr: card pictill'" : With tilt' into any eali.m, . uli. any pamphlet, I r.llml r , . . ii'' on same i. b cci.e printer ' or have ihe s.im:' i:i possession intent to iniioilcet! the saint! family, school or place of clu - t hi..', , , . , 1 1 . ,,i i,, ,., i ,,.J' " ""i' ality. It u it hi. 'prescribes that J .. tig- j hmQ ym ' ' ,. i,,,, witl cs ol Criminal Courts tlu il give the. act age. You are not wine, although ma in charge lo the grand jury at, each ! ny of our readers may he full of just t' l'in f their court, Ac. Any person i'uiiii I "iiili y id" violating the act sha! b.. than tnir more then I,, ') lorai n i in-nee, and he imprisoned in ihe county jail for not less than lit) he 'ut at the elbows, or if a kind provi ders nor more limn six months deuce had placed you in one of its highe: t niches, say mounted you booted 1 l.e ii.c;. .- -li r Horn! Jouni il sny, . vour nag until his tail drops oil rather llicre is a got il deal of bosh in the p -''ink you can dismount ami scuf veiling recl.k.-s abuse of the railroad j "'' 111 ll'e gntler for place aiuon the not The .1 iiniial is n I, only correct in its so blessed. fl'x. view .it l!ie s'iilij"c!. h,it a large pori ion 1 ol the iilm.-e n lei rt il to is so mainlestly latiiiluiiii nml unjiist Mll, so sellisli in M i ori'iii .".ml motive, it i-i itiiiiilio'l'nl it, , ii..i; ,,.,,t ,.,, i, ill... i rend such stuli'or permit Ihe r mimlH In lit: biased by il. What Would Tennes see :iiiioti:i to to-day without . i ... i . i . i i , . ier rail- .. i roans r u oat wouin tier coin, ii-,,n aiu inaniirat:luriiit' interests amouiit In with out, these cnlerpl Ises 't Knoxville stood stock still, with its two thousand ei'dit, i i i i i . . . . . i iiiiulicil iiihubilaiils, never moved, for twenty years precedm;; tho inaugura tion and Intihhng ol the Last Tennessee ami Vieorgui Unilnmd, Contrast thoit'sting Knox viilu of to-day with the Knoxville Ho who lives to benefit himself con of the period referred to. Without the mrs on tho world a benefit when be splendid system of railroads centering dies. at Chiittadooeii ihnt ,..,, f nmrvelons The sweetest thing on earth is n little energy nml growth would never have, ehild when it has learned to know nml allii'iicil beyond Ihe proportions of I'oss'i love. Landing. A few of us nre old enough! If you let troublo rest upon your soul lo have been hero before the era of rail-j like u hen upon her nest, you'niav ex roml. , and have watched the develop- peet the hatching of a large brood. " incut, progress ami prosperity they have How iiianv wnsto their nw lima !n made possible ; ami hence we can alford io ne ii unit! more conservative and just in our opinions and expressions on the subject. Of course there uro some nouses nltaeliiiiL' to I he system, which ought t i be remedied, but we don't pro pose bce itisi; of Ihcsi! lo demand sween- ingutid- hurtful legislation and to de nounce ami execrate everybody connec ted with the business. Let any candid man lake up both sides of the'iiiestion and mm pit re- the lieiielilsand the alleged injuries 'trowing out of (ho workintrs of our railroad.-., nml wo suspect be will i liiul an overwhelming biihujee in favor of the former Athens J'twt. Ho Pinned a Paper to It. Kruiii the Morils'owu (bust tie. During ti shower reiienlly, one of our citiciu earning a very wet umbrella, entered a Motel to pay a end It) some one npsliiirs, Alter placing his umbrella wlioe a might drain, he wrote jrpon u paper ami pinned to it this sentence : t. XT I. et. n . i ins umbrella belongs ton man who nruirs a L'OO putintl blow will bo buck in (ifteeti minutes." He went his way up stairs, and after an nlwenco of fii'lw.i, minute i...in..,.e,l lo find his umbrella gono tin.l in it place a note n ailing: ' I'. S.-Unibiella taken by a man who walks ten mile, an hour wou't be bi'.f.k nt all." Play Your Hand for all it is Worth. There i no greater harrier to tt man'H success in life than his willingness to fall into line with thu Htupid fellows nhn play second fiddle; tho Jaeqile Strops to the Hubert .Macaires, They should learn that the world laughs nt a clown ami they despise the assumed enivity of the serious imitator. Then aain this ela-s should learn that the fools wliotii you would deceive can be of no service to you, ami the wise men who would serve an honest intention, or it candid presentation, can see throiiL'h your stupid ellbrls tu wear gracefully the soleuiu dignily of the owl, or the nudy trappings of the jieu fov. I, and if you put on theshay mane of the king of beasts, but open your mouth and your bray soon dispels the ilelu.-ioii, mid the idiot of false pretense stands out in till his comical def irmities a laughing stock to half the world, n subject of pity to the rest. Too many of the gmn homo are but c'i'y, rs who howl from society's pil when their chief signals the supposed L'oud points upon the stage. They are but illy paid, and rarely reach distinc tion ; yowling like dervishes to impress society with your piety; compiling oth er men's ideas to assert your hoped for position on thu plane of journalism ; baying like a "yaller" dog at the man in the moon, to' show your sympathies when modesty would sit more becoming ly on the strongest of us; all these are but the outeroppings of imbecility that writes brass upon its frontlets, and prims ape upon its phylacteries To such groicsipie characters we will say, the strongest card you can play is the one nature provided you with, that is, your own natural force. If you fail with this hand, even if you play il alone, you can retire with dignity, but nine times in ten you will succeed, whereas, the assumption of a character as mimic or hnrleouin, w ill result in n most miserable failure, making you a h iighing stock for the w orld to jeer at. If you are horn to bo it woodchopper, lu,U' In fl.n liiw. let tlin pbititf full vlilrr ,(.y ',-', jlllain(, .. ,. tliy IWnckstone on the one band or tnilcii on ihe other. Don't imagine if nature cut you out fur a hewer of wood and drawer of water, that had you tho chance of other men veil would have been nil As tor or a Vandcrbilt ; not it bit of it. Nature has kindly put you exactly where von belong, and there is no use kicking in the traces. If you take the ''studs" you will find society ready to cudgel you into line. If you show your ' ' M,lrv' J ,w i i;i. ,i, .....i., :i ,!, :,.i,i I.. :n .' i i .,..!. -i.... t.. down upon yon. "There is no use kicking against the pricks," is biblical, old and trite. Coulorm to the places where you may find yourself, in the workshop, at the bar, or behind the counter. I'lav your hand for all that it is nally worth. If you hold trumps 1 much the better, but remember that 1 " ll.ver atteini.is to caieli loo ii;:ui oimici mm nil! icu. litis is a good lesson for the moralist. Let 1 llmll.. j( )tllll llJP -t m(1 w0 1)C wiser i not richer. We eiini.ot Irans- form ourselves into the condition of t rf, nl ll wc CUM we question il weeouhl play tlio nde of the stranger ., ,, ' - , . , , iiis well as the one nature has planned ( (,. H . j,icr sophystry call cl. angn the decrees of fale A man at i '.rtiy is either a fool or his own physi- 1.1. I O, I ll am, ami me same ruie win a pp;y an iti I, ,i, ,.,.;,..i ,,1,,, n;i: n....u ; vott please, the juieo of the grape or the idea. Whatii man doesn't know nl thirty lie w ill never learn. If nt that ne y.ni arc a shoemaker stick to your hist. If an attorney, even if yourcoat ami spurreil on Ihe editorial tripod, rule Choice Extracts from Emi nent Authors. The seed of our punishment is sown at Ihe same time wo commit sin. No Government is safe unless nro- . . i i.i i ii .. . . 1 iccieu ny inn gmiti win ot thu people. w neu you nury an okl niuniosily never mind putting up it tombstone. There tire more fools than saues: and i-i i among the sages there is more folly than . . i CT J wistiom. riiitiL'e boldly into tho thick of life and seine it when you will, it is inter- anticipating their afternoons, and Their alternoons in regretting their mornings. The object of all ambition shonl.l '.- to bo happy at home. If wo arc not nappy there, wo cannot be happy else where. A promise should he given with cau- iou ami wim care. It should ho nut.le by the heart ami remembered with the ueiltl. A good wifo is like thn hen u lilies tho building to which it emit,', IWIIIIIIL' I S teilt ri Is mnn ..;.... ly ns tuna converts tl:o ancient edifice into ruin. Conscience ami covelousness arc nev er to be reconciled. Liko lire and wa ter they always destroy each other, ac cording to tho predominancy of cither Man with nil his bnnsled'stren-'lh of mind, needs womanly vo mil svm. pathv. It is not ns a worker at till that he wants a wile. If tLi is all he needs, hired help can do it el,,.,,., m a wifo. ' 'Soeinlly, wo may all easily bo divided into two classes in this world, ut least in cmlmed parts of it. If w0 are not the people whom other folks t,dk about mm , onro sure to bo tho people who talk about others. Education is n. companion which uo mistoro can depress, uo crime des troy, no enemy alienate, no disposi tion enslave. At homoa friend nn lutroduction, h solitudo a solace, in society an ornament. N. & 0. I I THIS FAVORITE LINE Sujqilcment Hi Already Splendid Service by Additional Accommodations for the Public. Thu Nashville, fliiittiinnoKa Ht. Uuis lt:iilwiiy, lli iii.ni'ir lint- of Tenm-wicf, i" l.plillll'ellt, CtlllrtlllCtillll llll'l Hclictlules, lias jast tiikin a len Uriilu in fnlyiiiicc. Tin' liiiiewiiB ivhi ii one piissinuer train n day, in inch ilirietiiui, linikiiiK slow thin', set incd n creiil neliievi nit nl ; hut the ilcliiiili'ls of this !!; nre micIi ih to retniiru three piiviixir trains dailv, cneli way, httivei a t'liiiltiiiits'KH, Niishvillc initl the Mississippi river, mid tin. iniiiiiip iiient of tliiis road, luiviiiR fully Knisp etl the situation, has come up lo the rcijiiire ment. Tin; lrnv. lt r now requires the ihiy for the execiilh nuf ids business, nut! t'liiiseipiently must utilize the hours uf ibiikness in uettini; from iihtev In pliict!. This ruiul also supplies tlii.-i (ftsideriiliiin by furnisniiif; the ini-'t tela plele thriill((li sleeping car lieeoiniiinilaliolis lietween the Kiiat eoiiiini reial rriitns. Tile in iv selii iluliH ol this line iii'coiiiitetioii with its sleeping enr servii'e from Cliiireh street ile- poi, mis ciiy, stilus to lie all mat coinu nc il, -sired. As our lenilers inity nut he familiar wilii this " new departure," wu nppelitl it, as an ili.m ol ink rt si, 'J'liesu trains run as follows; Li;.v.: Nasiivim.i:, Omxn Vi:st. l"ut Tiiiin : 7:20 n. in., arrives inSt. I.niiis, via Cairo, at 10:10 p. in. saineilay ; arrives at Memphis 1:20 l. m I. idle lioek'ut iniihiieht- aiiiriexarkiiiiaat 7:ol) n. in., coiineetinj.' hir points hi-yonil, Take lliislmiii fur points North mi the ('., ). Sr S. W. Kail way ,'iamil Train: 12:01 neon j nrrivts.St. Louis nl li:l'l) next iieu iiiiiL', eoniK-ctliiL' Ihere for Hit West nml Northwest; n imiKiiilieciit tliroiiirh I'lllliiiaiicariiltaeheil. Least tleluv hv this train nt I'atliicnh .1 unction, fur points South on the ('., . A IS. W. Knilway. Third Train: 7:00 o. in.: arrives St. Louis. I:t!ll p. in., next tin v : arrives in Memphis at o.OO a. in., Little lloek at noon, nml i'exnrkii mi 7:2" p. in., connecting for poinls Ih-viuhI. This Irani has n lhrniidislcfpiiis.'car to Mem phis, a through car to Little flock, mill n sleeping ear to Fridericktowii, Mo., via C'o lumlijis. Li:avi: Nasiivii.u; (Joixii .'iorni. 7r YViiiii : !);00 n. in.; tl.tylilit ran to Atlanta. Arrive ('hattaiioo).-a, 2:1") p. in., At lanta, K: l0 p. in., luakiiis,' din i t t'olinectitiil for Aiisfiistn, harlt sloii nml Macon. Serwul Train : Ll.) ji. no, nrrivi-s in ( liat tiinoi'a 10:21) p. in., Atlanta 4:1)011. in., eon iieelin there Siiilh nntl Last. A thrtiiiuh sleeper via ChattanooKii, Atlanta mid Macon, rcach'niK Savannah at ;j;.'ili ji. III., ami Jack sonville, Kin., nt 11:00 p. in. next evening af ter leavinit Ka-.liville a run of !ll hours! 'J'liinl Tiuiii: l:2i n. in., iirrivinif at t'hnl laiiotia tit 7:itl a. in., Atlanta 1:10 p. in. This train has it through sleeper Nashville to At lanta, w hich can he in copied hy piissengers as early as 11:011 p. in., nml thrniii;h slteM-r At lanta to .Jacksonville, l'lit., via Macon and Jesiip, reaehiiig Jacksonville nt 7;lt0 next liiornini! a run from Nashville lo Jackson ville of only til) hours 1 This train also makes direct connection with K. T., V. & i. train for I'.t i -tol, Lvnelilnirn, nml points In -yoiitl. This is the most ciiiiiplete,eonvi iiient, comforlahle ami speedy Hue to the irrt-nt win- . ... I I'l .". I .1 ... ... I . ler rcsnris in i loi ina nun me noiiiiii'ii.-ii. O C- 2 2 -nl of 7? ' 03 o co i '1. ffl J 1 til o w o 3 3 IT1 O n g E' w 1 3 1 c o Tcrq 05 D P a - C o c 50 o vi ST aw m p o o o o loo 5 O O Cm 7 Phillips, Batlorf I Co,, & 2G CnH-ge Slrrtt, NASHVILLE. : : : . TENN. STOVES, Plain and Jananned Stamped Ware, Mnnilcs ANDCxrafcs, WOODEN-WARE, a Ice-Gream Freezers Of thejnost improved pnttern, ALVAYS OfJ HAND. Rend tis yotir orders. Thev sbn navo prompt and lonctf attention. When ..!..!.! .1 II , visiuug tneciiycaii ami see us. V'Jf Loniember the place: Nos. 24 & 26 College Street, Nashville, Tonn. T. II. Clements et als vs. B. T. Clem ents et uis. pbiinlid M:'rli" & Tn-'lor' SolIc!tor forcom- W. B. MANUEL, W IP 10 KUUIIU UVJ"tl Vf N.VSIfVJLLK. - . n,.LIlA 0i.n.s TKNN. CLOTHING IM I) i::,;;,: The largest disjilay of Men's, Hoys' and Children's Clothing nml Cents' Fur nishing Goods ever brought to this nmrket A specialty in the line of Hoys' and Children's School Suits nt un precedented low prices A great va riety of rieco Goods nmdo to order on short notice. Also a large line of heavy weight Goods, carried over from last season, from 25 to 50 per cent, less than cost. oco-tt Winchester, Term., OKAi.iai IN DRUG- Medicines and Chemicals, FANCY Ct TOILET ARTICLES, fijiwiijiv, JirutlnH, Perfumery, etc. Prescriiilions carefully cninpoiintleil with iieeiiracy nml ilispnleh by competent persons, nt all hours ol the tiny ami mglit. fcbl5-s2. ly MARY IIP COLLEGE. 11 Ilis Fesale fcsily of tbe Sontli," At WincLoster, : : : Tcnn., A LOCATION iinsuriasseil for variety nntl beauty of scene ry, ami entirely exempt from all initial ial ami epidemic diseases. TIIK MKTIIODS OI' JN.STKl'CTION in this Inslilulit.n are such ns common sense nml the wisdom K"iiud from lulls,' cxjicricncc have deinoiistralttl to he most cll'eclivi'. No plan is iieeeited or rejected because it is "new or "oil," hut if proved brrt, no slicjuii is pliicetl upon it keitu.-c it is not the birth of yesterdny. TIIK TEACHING in this College is fully Hp to the progressive demands of the present, ilolli the in.-li iietion ami exnmple such that even the si newish nml iiiilitfeii nt sunn In come interested, ami study becomes a positive pleasure. TIIIKTY Yl'AliS the Mary Sharp lias stood linn amid the des olation of war ami the iei'sceiitions of envy ami jealousy, ami this loin; net in I of faithful ami stiecissl'ul toil should he a siillieit nt guar antee for the future. S'iTDLNTS OF TIMS COLI.LCK, occupying positions of honor throughout (In land, ami who, hy the education here rceeiv eil. are made IdessiiiLi-s tnlhoiisamls of "South ern I t v," anil In the eomiimnitits in which they rtsitle, niei'iiii' wit item of the llioroiinh work doiii' at the Marv Sharp in educating mind ami heart. ' I'CONOMY ,, . . ' ' ,. . ol dress isiiisiiritl ny a nt ul nml iiuxpt nsive 1'iioks nntl statit.ni ry can be biinj;lit at .Misiivnie priees. .No eiiniliinnlioiis tonm t iy which niiv ttacht r is to receive n itn.lit in monies spent for pupils. TIIK PUosri'XTS of the Institution were in ver hettt r; requests lot' CiiImIii'iii's nml inl'ui-iii.'ilinii ii .i 'it', il ih.L : Iv, not onlv from tke Southern Slates, lint from poinls north of llit I )l,!o river. Till: STANDAliO of ediicatioii is u'-,7i, nml rests upon the con vietioii that every system of Inslrm-lion shoiiltl he estimated by its success ill piuiuotinjj the higher education; by its ability lo inert n.e the power anil ri'.ne of tliouht, nnd to not only excite the mind to extendi il seientilie reseandi, hut to join wilh it that pure moral culture by which alone the true dignity ami well-being of humanity is insiintl. TIIK 1'ACILTY consist of Ir. 7,. V. Vin.wvn, first nml only IVesitlenl, assisted hy n full able and expe rienced Corps of lVi i lessors. LXIT.NSKS. 1W Month. tuition in( tilli:iati! Department $(', 00 lnteriiieilinto " " " riinuiry " " " Music, '(Piano) wilh me of i 00 a 00 instrument. f, 00 " " Speeial Voenl Ix'ssons (i 00 " " l'aintirgfnot iiielmlinjr ,. terial) 4 00 " I i anion 2 fit) " " Oi rinan ami Imvih-Ii, each.. 100 Hoard, including wiishiiij;, fuel and 'Kbis : 13 fl() ruyiiients to he made, one-hnlf in m.K-., I lor eacil mill session ol twenty weeks. For Catalogues, or iuforimi! ion, address the I'resitlenl, or Professors li. W. Johnsttui ami A. T. Itarrell. U The next JIAYDKN MAliC'II, President lloart! of Trustees. JiilvlLLSSO. O. IT. Grattis, DENTIST, Hespectfiillv tenders his nrofesninnnl an,. vices to the citizens ot W lllrliPHipr itiwl urn-. roiindiiiK country. Ail kintls of work uer. tannin; to the profession executed ut prices to sun uu: limes. OIHci.-( )vrr Draimnn, Ifunt & Tlmnipson's lllW olllee. i:i:l ui.ln l,.Ki; u ' '"""i i'iuiiie. Non-Resident Notice. . B. F. Holder, Kx'r, vs. J. Jr. Holder and others. It appenruiK lo the satisfaction of U,e C er mid Master, from tl,e nflidavit in com nlaiiniut's Itill nl)(,ve cause, that the , . . e.la,s,A S. Holder, J. I. Ilohler, J! W. Ilarisnn, . J Maris,,,,, Vttnn- Hnr Joi n Hanson, orcee Unriso,,, nnd Mrr dti t Ml'' , 1I"l,kr- "-"'- I ti, 1 l ie State,,, Tennessee, so Ihnt the, on th, in cnnnot l "-"cii up. biti.!a.tl!,i'fVre 0P,k,,,M- ! y'etl.atp,.lUietio Do m.itlefor four successive weeks in the Home . trnrnal ,,,,ew,pnper publH.ed in AVimS ii r J , ., roqiuriiifr sni.l noa-resitlcnt defeml- t.s ,o n,,pe.,r ,, or he ore the fourth Monday in Juno next, hcftiro the Chancery Court at .....esier, rrnnklin county, Tenn., nml be taktnT U,rimi thesnme will "6 taken for confessed nnd set for henrim? ex-pnrte ns to them. fe Simmons A Curtis, Solicitors. Furn hi: V Call on mo, and I will suit your eyes exactly. Having hull for 0 years in the Sjx etnelo trade, 1 uni ublu to select the spietat-ltsvou need. tfy WATCHES AND JKWKLIIY KKl-AIKED IN 'HIK liEST MAN. NEIL 0. S. CKANE, at J. M. lliiltihiiih' I)iug Store. Ho ! for Qnristmas ! Just opi-mtl, beautiful Silver-ware of tlio best quality. Nothing more Uniitiful unj durublu fur a P P HRISTM AS PVESENT v. Latest stylos of AVntelics, Jew elry, trots, 1'ins, Kings, J'llttOllS, jSTCclvlilC'(S, Chains, &c. Call enrly mid iniikc your Kckclior.s, Uforc the rush begins. C. S. CRAKE, Jeweler, nt llulehins' Drug Store. ' Dec. fi, 1KS2. m JOHN M. EUTCHIKS 3 winciii;tj:ji,ti:nn., liKAl.KIl IN ii mm, Standaid Fatcnt Medicines, Paints, Oils, Vai'iishes, jHe-Slull's, flair & Tooth finishes, Toilet A nicies, Perfumery, Soaps, Shoulder Unices, Trusses, Sjiniip.., ami nil vurieliis of Preexists' Siiiiiltns, Ci-. gars, Pure Wines ami Litpmrs for Meilieinal purposes. Physicians' prescriptions can fully ct m poiiinhil, iiudoiilers itiiswcred wilh ciirv nml liispaleh. iinirS Muniifaetiirer ami il nih r in ALL STYLES CF FUKNiTl'RE I'rices ns low ns ihe nunc run l c hoiitM in Nashville. Ilis J''urnilure is all himti-ii.itile, ami will Kt ;t lid the test of m,y reasi,i;nl,!e iisiikc. Pictures, ( hnm s.Ae., n'liillyfrnieiii. A loloiiliaml for side very lew. All sorlcnf Moulding for sale tin, tp. ' f vi.uwri.t ny.t in yiiiircane chaiif, ceine nml f.'i t (oijtlrini Pali at. l-ply i net r seals. All kinthof I'p. j iioiiert, .ve., none promptly. I '''It'lNS made to ordi r.nml n fully si:-.'ly 'he "ieesl on linml, ol any , i-..e, nt h,s ilum 'hey can he bouelil fur nnvwlieri else, llmill tlebver tin in in a Nil K 11 PA I IS I-I to o.v piirt of iheci.unly. He lu-t lis en I, ami i n listert- ,K.nt of ItfiETALLfC CArL5 as clicnp, er cht n; t r than the mn.i itn Ic : lioU;:lit in .Nnsliville. lie has nil kinds of lumber fur side, rt tie lowest price ; ami, ns he has n si'V-mil! of liis own, crn till nny order. il short m tin-. nue,2:i CS s Sales For Mart 5th, 18:. Zebulmi nnd Sarah Ilruuilage vs. William Ileiiilrix. Ly virtue of an order of rule to I'm direct nl hy Ihe Clerk & Muster of tin-ChaniTiy Court at Winchester, Tcnn., I will, en Monday, iMareli 'nh, oll'er for sale nt the Courllicix doer in Win chester, Tcnn., forea.-h, nil lln ri.:ht,tilieanil intenst that ilefindi nt has in a tt-.iet of laatl eonlaiiiiiij; '.Mill acres, silualeti in the Sdi civil district of l-'raiiklin county, and felly tit c ci ihitl in saitl ortler of sale,'heins! ihe Ir'ni'l l liiml conveyed by L. j'. Htehaiu lo A uirnstiis ami William Ih ndi lr nml r, .. isli'i'i'd il: till! Lexister's ollice of saitl conntv in hook No. ", lWlill. Side within lawful hour. this 1-ehiiiarv H, ISM). ' H. F. OAKLKY, Slieriir. fehT-lils Sj BRADFORD KICEOL, - ItK.M.Klt IN First-class Furniture AND MAMT.MTUlKliS OK All Kinds of Mattresses, No. 0 Norih Colli gc .Strict, Nashville, : : Tcnrcecce. Lee Moses nml Sam I). Jvichol, Suhsii ci'. All kooiIs packed and dclivirul nt Ibiilrontl free vf clmr-go. niigtJl JOE AKIiEDGBy At the house lately occupied by Funning A Son, I'uhlic Square, AVIXCIIlvSTiai.TKNX., Proposes to furnish, clicnp for cash, wiilu' the best brnnds and qunlitv, VKISKIES, BRAND, ES, WINES, CORDIALS, BEER, ALE, OYSTERS, SARDINFS, CRACKERS. Cigars, Tobaccos and Snuff. His liar will be siipcriutiiidttl l y Tom, ArledRe, nntl he gmininUe llmt do knl nf liinm-H (,!) will be sold. JIol clrint for Winter, nnd cool ones for Summer, viivu I lin n trial. l'mill-lf LIVERY AND SALE STAELE. VincIsestcr, Tern. New nnd eliRnnt Top and Kc-Tcji DiW1'' nml lirst-elnss Harness nr.d Sudtilc lfns. Horses boil riled hv flm v. nr me nth or iln.'i vtry low, and well altti.'i!id-to f fuitl''"1. grii'iinsiiien. Hacks run nmlit and dav fn m mcliif" to Dechertl. 1'usseiiBi is eiilli il for in any I111 of town, und biiL'i'nnc ehci kr d.' nprl-tf . ... ,KLL1S DAV MMVHnBnWf)g(ggtMpM'? JOHN SI.MMOKS. '. P. B. Ct:'B .SIMMONS & CURTIS, Attorneys nt IjOav, Winchester, Tenn. Will il.. ...,.!.., ,f Frilli'li"! Coflee nnd Moore; nlso in Scpn mi t'ourl ' Nashville Prompt utteiitioii givin to w' leetions. fnovH . . Qlliocsoe'lmnstidileof rubliiSiiiiurc- .