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W. HT. SMITH, l
IRA P. JONES,
Offlee, No. 16, Deadertck Street,
Hon. Edward Everett. We take pVas-ure
in republishing, from the Cliarlieton Courier,
art article drawD out liy attacks-, in ur opin
ion, mcf t uncalled for and illiberal, upon tbe
Hon. Edwaku EVeretT. Amongst all the
.distinguished men of the North, We know of
Done more worthy of the respect and confi
dence of the people of the whole country. If
such men as he are to be hunted down, it in
time, full time, for the South to close its doors
against all men who hail from noD-slavehold-
; ing States, and fellowship with none but those
to the "manor born."
TbeiKnaa Hill Analysis of (he Vote
iu tlie IIoiikc.
FOR THE NEW SLAVE STATE.
BOTTHERN DEMOCKATIC BEl'llESEXTATIVES C"
Alabama Stallworth, Shorter, Dowtkll.
jaoure, nouion, uoub, Uurry.
Arkansas Gren wo A.
eorgia- Reward, Crawford, Gartrell
Wright. Jackson. Steohfnu.
Keutticky Burnett. Peyton, Talbott, jewel
ranoii, Clay, .Mar-on, btevenson.
Louisiana Davidson. Sandidge.
Maryland Kunki I. Bowie.
Missouri Clark. Craip, Caruthers, Phelps.
Mississippi Lamar. Barkndale, Singleton,
North Carolina Shaw, Kuffin, WiuhIow,
Xiraucn, iscauo, oraigf, cungrnan.
bouth Carolina McQueen, Miles, Keitt,
rennewe AV atkins, S. A. Smith, Savage,
wones, ungni, ai Kins, Avery.
Texan Bryan, U.-airau.
Virginia Ciaruett, Millson, Cukie, Goode,
Bocock, Powell. Smith, Letcher, CltmeuH,
jenttiiw, iimontlson, Hopkins.
NORTHERN' DEMOCRATIC REPRESENTATIVES 37.
California. Scot t.
Indiana Niblack, Gregg, English, Hughes,
New Jersey lluyler, Wort end vke.
New York Searing, Sickl. h, Kelley,
iiincKlay, John Cochrane, i ara, ittissell, Cor
ouio Miller, Burns, Cockerill,Cox, Groes-
beck, Lawrence, l'endu toii, Hall.
Pennsylvania Florence. Lundy, Phillips,
Glancy Jones, Leidy, White, Ahl, Gillis.
ICeilly, Dewart, Owen Jones, Kuiikt 1.
AMERICAN REPRESENTATIVES 8.
Missouri Anderson, Wood-son.
North Carolinia G:1uit.
Tennessee Mayuard, Ready, Zollicoffer.
AGAINST THE NEW SLAVE STATE.
BLACK KEiailLICAN REPRESENTATIVES 85.
Connecticut Clark, Dean.
Illinois Washbur.ie, Farusworth, Lovijoy,
Indiana Kilgour, Wilson, Colfax, Case,
Iowa Curtis, Davi-.
Maine Gilniaii, Abbott, Morse, Wat-lilmrue,
Massachusetts Hall. Bufftnton, Dumrcll,
Com ins, Burlingnni'.', Davis, Gooch, Knujip,
Thayer, Chatl'ee, Dawes.
Michigan Howard, Waldron, Walbridge,
New Hampshire Pike, Tappan, Cragin.
New Jersey Clawson, liolnlins.
New York Murray, Olin, Dodd, Palmer,
Spinner, Cochrane. Mors;. Bennett, Goodwin,
Hoard. Granger, Morgan, Pottle, Parker, Kel
sey, Andrews, Sherman, Burroughs, Feu
ton. Ohio Cainplellt Nichols, Mott, Harlan.
Stanton. Sherman, Bliss, Thouipkins, Leiter,
Wade, ( J "Hidings, Bingliain.
BTI'eniisylvania Morris Uolerts,Grow, Fdie,
Covode, Ritchie, Stewart, Dick.
Rhode Island Durfee, Bray ton.
Vermont Walton. Morrill. lioyee.
Wisconsin Potter, Billiughuntt.
NOKTHEUN liKWOCItATIO REPRESENTATIVES 11.
Illinois Morris. Harris, Shaw, Marshall.
New Jersey Adrain.
New York Haskins Clark.
Pennsylvania Hickman, Chapmaa.
AMKRICA.V REPRESENTATIVES A.
Kentucky Marshall, Underwood.
Maryland Uicaud, Harris, Davis.
FIKB-EATIMJ REPRESENTATIVES 2.
Sou tli Carolina Bouhain.
Nineteen Representatives, did not vote.
Eighteen of those may be supposed to have
puired oil', and Spearker Orr, w ho only votes
i:i case of a tie, makes the niiietienth. Those
who did not vote are the following, classified
Recording to their previous votes upon the
Pro-Slavery SoiTiiKitx Democrats. fi.
Warreu of Arkansas, Talyor ot Louisiana,
Stewart of Maryland, Davis of Mississippi,
Orr. of South Carolina, and Faulkner of
Pko Slavery NoKTHKir- Democrats, 3.
Arnold of Connecticut, Taylor of New Vork,
and Dimmick of Pennsylvania.
Pro-Slavery Americans, 1. Hill of Geor
gia. Black IIeitiii.k axs, 9. Wood of Maine,
Thouipsou and Matteson of New York, lbr
toa of Ohio, Moutgom -ry, l'urviance and
Kunkcl of Pennsylvaia, Vushburu of Wiscoa
eiu, and Smith of Illinois.
It will be seen, therefore, that if the whole
134 votes of the House had Ikn-ii ca.t, the
bill for the admission of Kansas as a slave
State, under the l.ecomptou constitution,
would have lceii; for the bill 122, and against
it 112. This would have leen a majority of
10. and that was really the strength of the
new slave State in thu House of RepresenU
tives. THE VOTE rXTHK SKVATK.
Yeas Messrs. Allen, Bayard. Benjamin,
Biggs, liigler, Bright, Brown, Clav, Davis,
l.vans, Fitzpatrick. Green, Gwiu, liammoud,
Hoatton, Hunter, Iverson, Johnson of Ar
kansas, Johnson, of TeiHiessiH,( Jones, Ken
nedy, Mallory, Mason, Polk, Pugh. S.-lsistian,
Slijell, Thoiupson of New Jersey, Tooiuls,
Wright, and ulu 31.
Nays Messrs. Brod.-rick, (ameron, Chand
ler, Collainor, Crittenden. lixon, DMlittle,
iKiugUs, Dmkee, Fessenden, FMit, Foster,
Hale, Hamlin, Harlan, King, Seward Sim
mons, Stuart, Truuibull, Wade, and Wil
tut the ChnUtim tmrirr.
Country l'rr and .tlr. ICverrtl.
The course pursued, in regard to Mr. Ever
TT, by a imrtioii of the country press of this
State, is undignified. ung-ii-roiiM, and unjust.
They have imitated the wd exampb- of the
JikJuitoiui Suuti, in dispuraging and illifyiug
one of the purest and Ut men, as well a the
STeatest living orator of our country. Mr.
Everett was the. guest of the State of Vir
ginia, present, by sp.-ciul invitation, and play
ing a promiueut and honored part, at the iu
augural iou of the statue of asiiinotov. on
Washington's birth-dav,iu the capiud of that
aacient cominouweultfi ; vt the Kurhm.ul
South bet aid d his approach, acciHupanitl his
sojourn, and followed hi d. n irture, w ith dif
courtesy and vitupt-ration, le iunulilng to
gueat than to mntrmn hosL A iu Virginia,
ho in South Carolina, Mr. Everett uo in
truder, nor eveu volunteer, but fcauie to
Charleston, un his two-told miwion cf puiriot
imu and charity, by the special and njmil
invitation aud mrumt mJmlaUtm of her leading
citizens, uuitiug every hue aud shade of party,
from the extreme unionUl down to the rx
. treme secessiouist, and urged, alike by .Yau-s,
Jfcreury aud Iburitr, to charm the ear aud
gratify the toele of our couimuiunlty by bis
rare gift of eloqueece. la thia inaiur, uien
of all parties became co-ocraiiouii, and
Terily they bad their reward iu an int ll.-c-tual
aud oratorical feat, a lauue of mind
and heart, of the rictuwt d -M-ripiioa aud the
highest relish. To the political rspilol of our
State be came, blddeu by an in itatiou of ik
character, isreccdedby a call I'ruut the litetary
societies of the South Carolina College, and
want of time alone compelled him to declit.
aa oCiciul inv itation from (lie Mayor of Cam
dem. Add to alj this LUcatU torWtvauuab
and Augusta, aud bis cord.al n-wptioii and
welcome, in those hospitable cities, and a pT
fect avalanche of invitation, pouring fiom
all tbe Sou them cities aud towns of any note
on the map of tbe Union, aud we feel justified
ioaaylog tbat Mr. Evksjctt, iu bi toliclied
Koutbora tour, was the invito gueat of the
Koutb, aud indignity to .Mr. Evekktt, ou tbe
oxuslon of bi visit, is ludignity to tbe South,
fudi.-r such eiromasUucca, It aouU bare
been, at least, graceful in the country press,
to have pursued the course of the only daily
paper, in this city, which did not co-operate
in the invitation to Mr. Everett, that is, to
have remained silent, if they could not praise
But we have said that the course of a por
tion of the country has been unjust, a well
as undignified and ungenerous. We proceed
to make good our assertion in the last men
tioned particular. Mr. Everett is charged
with having signed an address, prefatory to a
suliscription' lis, for a testimonial to the
craven Senator of Massachusetts, on the oc
casion of his well-deserved caning by our
gallant, lelovrd and lamented Brooks, galled
by wanton and unprovoked insult to his ven
erable and aliscnt kinsman and to his mother
State, in which address highly disparaging
expressions and vulgar abuses were used to
wards that chivalrous, hut now departed
spirit, and other expressions were freely in
dulged in, deply and justly offensive to the
South. We concede the charge to le littralh
true, and willingly add that, were it actually
true, we should have leen the last to have in
vited Mr. Everett among us, no not as "ora
tor, pairiot or statesman", nor as ' Cicero of
America, laudator of Washington, high priest
of the Union, apostle of charity, or friend of
mankind"' all of which we religiously
lieve him to lie, and are neither ashamed nor
afraid again and again to proclaim him. We
proceed, however, to give the explanation,
which satisfied us and nlso satisfied the most
extreme Southern Rights gentlemen of our
city, and procured their signatures to the in
vitation to Mr. Everett. This explanation
we have often contemplated making public
ere now, but we withheld it only because we
knew it would lie distasteful to Mr. Everett
to give it at a time when it would Lave worn
the aspect of conciliating hostility and court
ing weleome. But. as the gifted orator and
distinguished patriot hasleeu welcomed alike
to Virginia. Georgia and South Carolina, and
been cordially invited to every other Southern
State, even with the supiMsid blot on his
escutcheon, there is no longer any delicacy
involved, nor any danger of alarming the
sensitive nature of Mr. Everett, in makin
the proper explanation, especially since the
"tire in the rear" has been recently opened on
turn with increased violence.
Shortly after the chastisement of the das
tardly Si mner, in the Senate Chamber, by
the impetuous Brooks, sundry citizens of
iioston d'-termined to get up a subscription
for a testimonial to the eantd calumniator,
by way of consoling him, we suppose, in his
crest-fallen condition and most pitiable plight,
and a prefaory address was attached to it.
With numerous, or at least several signatures,
already appended, it was brought, by one ot
the si riu rs. to Mr. Everett, when he was
sick in bed and uuder the confusing influence
of an anodyne, and he was a-ked to sulscrile
the testimonial. Seeing the signature of the
Mayor of Boston and othi rs to the paper, and
not supposing that it contatned ought of a
violent or ollensive character, Mr. I'.vekett
signed without reading it, and in entire ig
norance of, if not actually mish d as to its con
tents. On seeing the paper in pnnt.ue was gr al
ly pained, mortified and chagrined at perceiv
ing the intemperate and vulvar t lang to which
his name had Iwen unconsciously attached,
ami he soon after addressed a letter to a friend
in Charleston, explaining and regretting the
untoward occurrence, and disavowing the
sentiments contained in the paper. Here the
matter rested, without further explanation,
until our vifit to Boston last autumn, to re
store the remains of the gifted Leoark to his
mother soil, when we called at Mr. Ever: it's
residence, as well with a view to the delivery
of his oration on Washington, in this city, as
to the object of our mission, but we failed to
see him, us he was then absent from Boston.
We suhsqeiiently called on and had a deeply
interesting interview, however, with a distin
guish! d and bosom friend of Mr. E., in whose
house aud whose arms the lamented Legare
breathed his last, and. in the course of con
versation, we chanecd to mention our disnit-
poiutnicnl at M". E.'s alsenee, especially in
reference to a reiiewi d invitation to him to
visit Charleston, and also allud" to the ex
planation, given above, of Mr. K.'s signature
if a paper so oflensivi: to bouth Carolina,
which our distinguishi d host fully confirmed,
adding, substantially, ' Sir, I can tell you,
w hat is much more to the purpose: not only
did my fi iend, Mr. E., sign the paper, under
the circumstances stated ly you. but he went
much f riher. lb made it a point to express
his discontent to the gentleman who had pro
cured his signature to the document, and ad
dressed n letter to Mr. Sumner himself, disa
vowing the sentiments, contained in the excejs
tionable document, to which his' (Mr. E."s)
seeming sanction had been unconsciously
given." We add further, that the proposed
testimonial proved a failure, and the same has
never Ix-en presented or purchased.
The foregoing explanation is now given,
when its motive cannot le suspected, and
hat motive is simply to tell truth and do
ustice to an eminent and patriotic citizen;
and we deem it due to Mr. E. to add that,
although the facts of the explanation are cou
linned by Mr. 11 himself, their publication is
unauthorized bv him, and made of our owu
motion, without his privity oi consent.
It may be that the assailants of .Mr. Kveh-
ett may say that it is no. ie:r i-uu inaj n y
were allowtd to remain in Ignorance ot the
explanatory statement, now given; but while
we are w illing to admit this as a palliation of
discourtesy and injustice, we hold it to be no
ae(uittal, a the many and distinguished
names, signed, without distinction of" party
to the invitations, given to Mr. Everett, at
lotb Charleston and Columbia, ought to have
been received as an assurance that there was
a satisfactory explanation of the supposed
ami seeming otl'ence, and, a an invited guest
alike of tie- commercial and the poslitical
metropolis of the State, be ought to have been
held sacred, by tbe laws and rites of hopitality,
from insult of ollensive reference, on the oc
casion of bis visit, especially when that visit
was hallowed by its double and disinterested
mis-ion of patriotism and lienevoleuee. The
man, who. by the power of eloquence, has
attraeb-d cro.vd-d audiences, to bear his
Washington address, rcs'alt d Is tween seven
ty and eighty limes, in various cities and
towns in the I'niou, and in several of them
thrice, and his often re-ated Charily Address,
at a dollar a head for uduiission, and w ho
has thus contributed about Fijty Thocsand
Dollars, to the noble projut of the pur
chase and coi n craiio i of Mount Vernon, -s
a national shrine, a project conceivtd and
carried out by a p itriotic and gifted daughter
of th . Palmet to Slate, and upward -sif Tw elve
Tiioi sa no Dollars to sacred charity, is oiie
against whom insulting denunciation cannot
be levelled without injurious recoil.
We trust that the censure, unjustly incurred
hv ourselves, anil the vindictive assaults,
made on us. for tins prominent part we have
liorne iu Mr. Everett's invitation and recep
tion here, will prove our apology to our illus
trious friend, for doing him the justice of tbe
We may, perhaps, take another opportunity
to answer certain unfounded charges against
Mr. Everett, accusing him of abolitionism,
Fl'eemolltlHUI, uitl ft ti-wl !.- f ! Mum.wr
school. For the present, however, we content
ourselves with saying, that we know him to
hold the institution of slavery to lie a l.-gal
one. entitled to the protection of the Consti
tution, and to lc neither sinful in itself, nor
anti-Scriptural; tohavclioen.act'U-ervative d
Line and Fillmore Whig in the lost contest for
the Presidency; and that, although like most
other men. Imiiii and bred in no.i-slaveholding
countries, he is no advocate or progandist of
slavery; yet for his expressed and still enter
tained" opinions, he has U-cn and is still de
nounced and vltuperat-d, as a p-o-slavcry
man, by the Alsditiouists of Boston aud Mas
sachusetts. They wilHiev. r forgive a man,
and a statesman wl o declared in Coogres. as
the Representative from Blou, that - there
w as no cause iu w hich he would sooner buckle
a knaptttck on bis lavk and place a musket on
bis should r. than to put down a servile iusur-
rcctiou in Hi South."
The sin-ecli of Mr. Evcrelt, In wulcn the
foregoiug inip'iatic d claiatioa was made,
wash s maidcn-sp-rcL, la the House of Repr -reutativri..
delivered Maich 9. lS.'ti ii r ly
to resolutions Introduced by Mr. Mr Duffle, to
change the manner of electiug President!.
The following is the version f that speech,
Riven Iu a rcccut uuiuU r of the Columbia
"llAiing touched on this point, I ought.
HThsps. to sdd that, if there are any members
this HoUm of tnat viams of politicians to
whom the ueolletnan Irom North Carolina,
(Mr. Saunders,) allud ed, as having the depo
sition though Dot the Miwer, to disturb the
compromise, coutaimd iu tbe Coustitut on on
t 'tis poiut, 1 am not of the uuiuIm r. Neither
aut 1 one of I hone cilia ns of tbe North, to
whom anollwr honorable member lauly re
ferrcd, In publication, to ubicbiis name
was suWriUl, who would think it Immoral
and Im ligioon to join iu pulling down a scr
it lusurrfUou at the South. 1 am no sol
dier. ir; my haUU and rd icatbai are very
uniuiliUry; but there is no enow In which 1
would soourr Ism Wle a kuspsack to my back,
and pt a mu-ki t cms my shoulder, than that.
1 would c-do the whole continent to any oue
who would take it to England, to France,
to Sjaiu; 1 would see it sank la tbe ksntoui of
the uceau. before 1 would see any part of this
fair America eoovtrU-d into a Continental
Hsjtl, by that awful procs of bloodshed and
desolation, by which alotie such a catastrophe
could be brought ou. J be greet relation of
eervitudej in some form or other, with greater
or less departures from the theoretic equality
of man, is insepaiable from oar nature. I
know of no -way -by which the form of this
servitode ehtll be fixed but political institu
tion. Domestic slavery, though I confess not
tbat form of servitude which seems to be most
beneficial to tbe master certainly hot that
which is most beneficial to the flave is not,
in my judgment, to be set down as an immor
al and irreligious relation. I cannot admit
that religion has but one voice to the slave,
and that this voice is, 'Rise against your mas
ter.' No, sir, the New Teptamentiyp, 'Slaves
oliey your masters'; and, though Tknow full
well that, in tbe benignant operation of Chris
tianity, which fathered master and slave
around the Famcommunion table, this unfor
tunate institution disappeared in Europe, yet
I cannot admit that, while it subsists, and
where it subsists, its duties are not pre-sup-post
d and sanctioned by religion. And,
though I certainly am not called upon to meet
the charges brought against this institution,
yet truth obliges me to say a word more on
the sulject. I know the conditiou of the
.working classes in other countries; I am inti
mately acquainted with itin some other coun
tries; and I have no hesitation in saying, that
I believe the slaves in this country are better
clothed and fed. aud less hardly w orked, than
the peasantry of some of the most prosperous
States of the continent of Europe. Consider
the checks on population; read Malthus.What
keeps pr pulation down? Poverty, want, star
vation, disease, and all the ills" of life; it is
these that check population all over the world.
Now, the slave jiopulation in the United
States increases faster than the white, masters
included. What is the inference as to the
physical condition of the classes of .society?
These are opinions. I have long entertained,
and long since publicly professed on this sul-j'-ct,
and which I here repeat in answer to the
intimations to which I have already alluded."
Alexandria (I. a.) Itaces.
The Alexandria American furnishes the fol
lowing summary of the racing at the spring
meeting over the Kapidcs Course. We learn
from the American that the weather, although
raining on the first day, cleared off aud was
fine during the remainder of the week:
First Dat, Monday. A)ril 19. Saddle race.
Won by J. W. Slack's Bill Bright.
Second Day, Tuesday April 20. Jockey Club
Purse $200. Mile heats.
T. J. Wells's ch. c. Starke, bv W:iKner, out of
Reel.-iy.o 1 1
J. R. Williams's (F. Semis's) l. c. Viloy, own
brellier to Flying Dutchman, 4y o 2 2
L. Tex.-ela's (O. S'pi-neer's) ch. h Jack Gamble,
by (ileucoe, out of Jenny Breeze, 6y.o dis.
Time, 1:52 1:50.
Third Day, WeJnestloy, April 21. Jockey
Club Purse, S40J. Two mile heats.
J. R. Williams's (.b bn Campbell's) b. h.
Jack Gamble, bv Wagner, flam by
Tr.-inbv, 5v.o.... 3311
T.J. WellV pr c. C.ilvil.by Yorkshire, out
of Keel, 3v o 2 1 2 2
L. Tex.-ola's fT. B. Poiwiester's) ch. m. Ma
ry B.. by Clt'iii oe.djim Marietta, Sv o. . 12 3 dis
Time. 3:47 3:4.J3u0l 3:48
Foi rtii Day, Tlmrxlay, April 22. Jockey
unm i'urse bUU. three mile heats.
L Texa.la's CA. W. Pm.ill'sl ch. sr. Tom McGuf-
fm, by Riillln, dam bv Iviathnn,6v. . . . . 1 1
J. It. Williams' (.1. Campbell's) cb. m. Luira
Snilhnan. hv Wairner. ilam Gloveuia.bv In
dustry, Sy.o 2 2
Time. 5:59 5:49.
Fifth Day, Friday, April 23. Jockey Club
i hi st? j-niu. .uiie ucais o oesi iu u.
T. .1 Wells's ch. c. Starke, pedigree above. . . Ill
J. II. Willinms's (.1. Campbell's) b. h. Jack
Gamble, fty.o. H?ilipree above 322
J. II. IiawsonV (F. Scruggs 's) b. r. ViIey,4y.o
pedigree above 23 3
Time, 1:50 J 1:50 1:47 J.
Sixth Day, Ritnrday. April 24. Jockey Club
Purse $100. Mile heats.
J. K. Williams's (F. Scrtipffs's) b. p. Cahawha,
T. I. M.e tin's (J. I.. Imlay's) b.f.,by Voucher,
uaiu uy uenrKu jiaruu, o .u
Time, 1:50J 1:51.
A Great Gun Killing: made i:asy.
The Ihifl'alo Express tells of a warlike in
vention just brought out in that city, which
is of an extraordinary character provided it
possesses all the qualities represented.
It was tested yesterday afternoon in a
vacant building on Washington street, lo
tween Seneca and Exchange street. The
piece is a lieaut.iful little brass gun of the
usual shape mounted on wheels, and so con
structed that a rotary cylinder constitutes
the breech which contains four charges re
plenished by means of a hopper, and fired as
rapidly as a man can work an ordinary
lever backward and forward. The piece is
discharged by eli-ctrtcity, and from this re
sults an important and valuable discovery.
which was developed after the completion of
th' piece. I5y means of the battery and
wires connecting with the cylinder by which
ignition is ca'isil, the cylinder bee'm"s per-f'-ctly
electrical, irhirh kfj it a cool ax if con
tinuilh halted n-ith ire. Some two hundred
round were fired yesterday in rapid succes
sion at the rate of aliout 30 round per
minut ', at the end of which time without
using th swab once, the breech wat much
colder than when the firing commenced.
Th" rapidity of the firing wa much retarded
by the bad ipiality of the cartridge in use,
but such as it was it was sufficient to demon
strate the complete success of the invention.
Even 20 rounds per minute would seem to be
su'licient for all reasonable, or unreasonable,
purposes for that matter; but we entertain
no doubt that with cartridges properly pre
pared the inventor's expectation of 60 rounds
per minnte w ill be fully real z !. We un
derstand that as soou as all arrangements are
ro-npleted, the inventors will proceed to
Washington and lay their plans Is-fore the
government. The necessary steps have been
taken to, secure Europeun patents, and when
all is complete, and the machine in operation,
we do not Is-lieve that nations cau hereafter
afford to go to inr.
Xlie Hunting Tfountaln.
As is generally known, there is a vein of coal
located aliove water level in the Broad
Mountain, about seven miles from this Isir
otigh and near Heckhersvill. which for
twenty-one years baa lieen ou fire. The
vein, which contains excellent white ash
coal, is some forty feet in thickness. The
origin of the fire is attributed to a couple of
miner, who having some work to perform iu
the drift in the depth of winter, built a fire
they iM'ing cdd iu the gangway. The
flames destroying the prop timls-rs, w ere car
ried by a strong current rapidly along the
passage, aud the lire communicating to the
coal, all subsequent effort to extinguish it
were ineffectual. The men were cut off from
escape, and were undoubtedly suffocated to
death. Their remains were never found. A
few days since we usceiubil the mountain at
the spot of the fire, and were much interested iu
evauuntug thu ctl.ct of th Ur upon the
The course of It Is from west to east and
w here the vein i nearest the surface the ground
is for several hundred feet sunken into deep pits
and while the stones exhibit evidence of
having been exjsisitl to the action of intense
heat, every vestige of vegekitioii ha la'en
bla-titl. 1 1 is a d.-sert tract in the midst of
smiling f rtility. The ground in some places
w as upwt too warm for the hand to rest upon,
while steam from water heated by the inter
nal fire, roe from every jsre. Tbe fire hag
ev id -ally extend -d for several hundred yard
from the place it originated, and finds vent
and sir to continue it progress, ttt the iU
to which we hav allmhil. A score of years
has jsvsjted, stitl i burns, and will burn till
further fio 1 is denied the devouring element.
Thousands of tons of coal bsve u.idouJitdly
lieen conxiim tl, aud thousands of tons may
vet f.fd the lire Is-fore it is ch-cked. M uteri
Jv tl, ( lUattUe, Va.,) April 2 i.
Kkmiimi SrKctK Payment?. Our Dinks
have quietly rtuuud tpxeii) piiyrnt-ut so
quietly, that but for th announcement in the
papers, nolsnly would have kuowu it. We
have beard of no calls for specie, and exjiect
to bear of none, resulting from a waul of
coalid -uce. (fur business interests feel a
temporary stringency, resulting, from the
necessary contraction of tbe It. inks, and the
l.icojveuience of a mix-d currm-cy. This
state of things will coutinue until tbe Caro
lina U-uik reunc.
:y tbe wmy, we I -sru that ch-tk ou Au
(usta air at a premium of j lo 1 per cent,
in Chart Umu Woodcr . if tbe Charleston
Itanks will continue to rctche Augusta
inoui-y, "as a matU r of couveuleuce," as they
lately siguifli-d a generous purjtow to do.
Ajuta liitk. 'Srd itut.
!wr f " nUfs wh.trtis through ihm (raw,
TIm Ivhm4 fnaotr 4 a mU: Ultvm mm;
Hmah ns rluHiiiiS . wah tmma ltr.
An aswt Sa?hr tn luff eliUilrMt SM;
U luw frura Uw tLUv Wur4, Kh Mrt air,
N Urba Uwm Um prtih-t u ptmyer.
jmtk how llvrtr tutsatsrm uh raiur pkf
lUrK Ux l-h4 hljf us ihs dtmpimd chaMtfc!
Yhwr Iwuw au4 waa grtau4 4 luvs,
TH! l-i- rj-ttra u ButWl abuvr,
W Uur, u tibuU t ", tsah iMrUsys
Tlx, lutud. ait4 Uiitmt vt I lie IT UTi.
Itlay, Meeting or tbe Historical So
ciety. ' ! -
The regular business meeting of the His
torical" Society of Tennessee, took place on
Tuesday afternoon, 4th insL, at the capitol
President A. W. Pctxam, presiding.
i The- resolution of Mr. Meigs, heretofore of
fered, to have four grades of membership,
(Honorary, Corresponding, Active and Life
Members,) was taken up and adopted. ' ;
Contributions Were received from Messrs.
Travis Winham, George B. Brown, Henry
Eicbbaum, Hon. F. K. ZolIicofTcr. CapL Wm.
R. Bradfute, Rev. Philip S. Fall, Prof. George
S. Blackie, Win. A. Glenn, Burket & Poats,
of Rogers vi He; B. P. Roy, of Pulaski; Mark
R. Cockrill, Esq., Hugh Trann Scott, and
Thomas R. Murr.
A very valuable donation was received
from the Regents of the University of New
York. Presents were also received from the
Maryland State Historical Society, the Chicago
(111.) Historical Society, the State Library of
Mrs. Maria Price, of Nashville, sent in tbe
sword, sash and coat worn by Capt. Samuel
Price, who fought gallantly at the battle of
the River Raisin, under Gen. Harrison, in
1813. Capt. Price was Appointed by Presi
dent Madison, in 1811: and his commission, on
parchment, was also presented to the Society
by Mrs. P.
Allen Pillow, of Maury county, presented
an old musket, with iron ram-rod and rude
flint-lock, taken by William Pillow, (father of
the donor,) from a wounded Hessian, at the
battle of Guilford Court-House. The battle
of Guilford was fought on the loth of March,
1781. Gen. Greene commanded the American
troops, and Lord Cornwallis commanded the
British, Hessians, and Tories. Greene sought
this battle, writing to Gen. Washington thus :
"If we are successful, it will prove ruinous to
the enemy ; and if otherwise, only a partial
evil to us." The Americans had but four
small field pieces, only two of which could be
used in the conflict. The enemy was well
provided with cannon and ammunition. The
American supply was scanty and indifferent.
In the report (Xo. 8,) made by Cornwallis, of
this engagement (or "signal victory" as he
calls it,) he says : 4iI ordered Lieut. McLeod
to bring forward the guns, and caunonade
their centre." Gen. Greene says : 'My front
line was composed of North Carolina militia,
commanded by Generals Eaton and Butler.".
The action commeuced by a cannonade
from the Engli.-h guns, and an advance in
three strong columns. The Hessians were on
the right, (aided by the 71st Regiment,) ledS
on by Maj. Gen. Leslie. AJthough the battle
raged all along the lines, the -fiercest onset
was upon the North Carolina brigade, ("most
ly raw militia,") who, giving way, were 6oon
sustained by the Virginia militia. The le
gions of light infantry under their experi
enced and brave commanders, Lieut. Col.
Lee ou the one side and Lieut. Col. Tarlton
oil the other, had a close engagement. Col.
Washington's dragoons repulsed the 1st bat
talion of Guards and Bose's regiment of Hes
sians, with much slaughter. "Nearly the
whole party of Hessians fell a sacrifice" iu
this skirmish and pursuit. From one of these
Hessians, it is probable that this musket was
taken. The Hessians were a servile, mer
cenary soldiery, hired by England to subdue
her revolted colonies. This was the last bat
tle fought by Lord Cornwallis. He marched
to Yorktown, where he was so caught and
surrounded, that on the 19th ot October, 1781,
he surrendered his entire array to Gen. AVash
The committee appointed on celebration
mad-i a verbal report. After which, the fol
lowing resolutions were unanimously adopt
Wukkeas, The Hon. Jamks M. Davidson, at
the request of this Society, prepared and de
livered an eloquent address on the first of
May, instant the introductory commemora
tion of the first settlement at Nashville, and
of the organization of this Society, and iu
commendation of the pioneer settlers, sol
diers of the war of 1812 and sulsequent wars
iu which Tennessee troop. served happily
referring to other incidents appropriate to the
occasion : therefore,
'IieJ.tl, That the hearty thanks of this So
ciety Is; tendered to Mr. Davidson, and that
we request a copy of his address for preserva
tion in the Society, aud for publication.
" Iletolvcd, That James M. Davidson lie, and
hereby is elected a corresponding member of
this Society, and that a certificate of such
membership be suitably framed and presented, j
liexolrtil, That our thanks are due and are
hereby tendered to the lady managers, w ho so
admirably superintended the arrangement for
the collation on May-day, and to all others
who contributed or assisted at the Festival,
and especially to Mr. J. C. Darden for the lum
ber furnished for the tables.
" Rexolitnl, That the Society tender their sin
cere thanks to Mr. Samuel Watkius for the
use of his beautiful grove, and for hi aid ami
services rendered for the comfort of those who
attend -d the celebration. And that he be
elected a corresponding member, and that a
certificate be trained aud presented as a token
of our gratitude.
" Rcxjlotd, That the Society return their
hearty thanks to Maj. A. Heiman, of the First
Regiment of Tennessee Volunteers, for the
interesting historical account prepared by him
and read by Thos. T. Smiley. E-q., on the 1st
i u.-t. And that our thanks are due and ten
dered to Rev. C. D. Elliott and Gen. Win. B.
Campls ll for their appropriate addresses on
the occasion referred to.
Ketolt rl, That we tender our thanks to the
Typographical Union, the officers and cadets
of the Western Military Institute, the Shelby
Guards, the superintendent, teachers aud pu
pils of tbe public school, the Philoiuathean
Sticiety, and other citizens who honored the
proecsion with their attendance.
AVsuftvt, That the cordial thanks of the
Society be tendered to the old soldiers or tbe
late w-r with Great Britain, those engaged in
the Creek war and of various Regiments ot
the Mexican war, fr tbe hearty response they
gave to the invitation of the committee ap
pointed by the Society.
B'Mjvetl, That the sincere thanks of tbe
Society are returned to the editors and pub
lishers of tbe newpap ts of the city of Nash
ville and of the State of Tennessee, for cour
tesies extended assuring them that their ser
vices are highly appreciated by the Society."
Tbe names of cx-Gov. Wm. II. Campbell,
Rev. C. Quiutanl, and Maj. A. Ileimsu, were
proosed for membership, and tbey were unan
imously t-l clcd active members.
The annual election of officers then took
p'ace, and resulted in the unanimous re-election
of tbe old officer, viz:
rrttenL Col. A. W. Putnam.
IV I'rt-nJcuL Thomas Washiugtou, Esq,
T'tastrtr. Wra. A. Eiehbium. Esq.
Otrretpoliny $e. R. J. Meig, Jr., E"j.
JltturJmj Sec. A. Nt lsuu.
Ltltrmriait. John Meigs.
After which tbe Society adj-turned till the
first Tu-sday In June next.
JZtr- The retired physician ''whose sands of
life have nearly ran out," so exteusively ad
vertised throughout tbe whole country, and
wbox advertisement has frequently apjieared
in our paper, U discovered to he an imposi
tion, there being no u-h p--ron as HUd loe
tor Jamrs." Samuel Wesco't, Eq Mayor
uf Jersey City, in reply to a letter from the
interior of New York, which l published la
th TnbmKey saj: I mm In rrcrlpt of your
favor, aud la reply, wi Id say, tber U no
such persoa as Obi Doctor Jame residing ia
our city, but an old maa is employed, to per
oasts bin. Tbe whol matter is well andcr-
stood her to b aa lin portion."
Rockaways & Buggies.
I HAVE a One assortment of Rorkawars snd Bujr-gk-s
for sale, at prices adapted ui the times, which
may be bail with or without harness. These carri
ages were all built and finishert expressly for the New
York market, and of the best materials and work
manship, by those well known builders, D. Crsns k
Co., Bridgeport, Conn. Being desirous t cksinc the
sale of them at an early period, I would respectfully
call the attention of dealers and consumers to thU
stock as well worthy their attention. Having been
built under my own supervision, I can, with confi
dence, recommend them to be all as represented.
They can be seen daily at the Warerooms formerly
occupied by He. Docglui & Co., 71 North Market St.,
near the Square.
mav6-tw B. S. LCPTON'.
A C A T .
MADAME L.A ROSE,
THE world-renowned seer, Planet-reader, and A
trologist, with heartfelt gratitude returns sincere
?.-anks to the citizens of Nashville for the greiii pat
ronage extended during her sojourn in this noble city.
She feels that her labors of a lile-time and years of pa
tient research through the musty volumes of the an
cient sages and philosophers, who devoted existence
to tbe development of Astrology and the abstruce sci
ence connected therewith, have been received with
the attention they deserve. She invites all who wish
t consult her regarding the Past, Present and Future,
tit come at once to No. 75 Union street, opposite O Id
Fellows' Hall. She will close her doors ou Thursday
Pff BAfis extra family White Wheat Flonr, from
tU'7 Ibauon Mills, by
may 6-1 f biu P. k C. AXPERSOX.
infl RALES Northern Extra Hay, juet received
1UU by P. & C. ANDERSON.
J. W. WILSON,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
KEEPS constantly on band for sale at the Lowest
WOOD AND COAL,
HEATING AND OFFICE STOVES,
Four sizes, and best make, put up and warranted.
VTrought-Iron Cooking Stoves,
For wood, four size the best Cooking Stove now in
use will last, with care, from flfteen to eighteen years
and onok with greater convenience and iu less time
than any Cast-iron Stove. 1 nave also just received
the following :
One Hundrc l, Assorted Sizes,
MISSEK'S 5 mm ICE CREAM FREEZERS,
the best that is now in use.
Water Coolers, all siz-.-s and patterns.
Iter.-igeratiM'S for keeping Meats and B ittr.
Fine assortment of Chamber Toilet Sell.
Patent Knife Cleaners.
Fruit Cms of my own make, will keep a good supply
made iu the best maimer either for healing or solder.
Old Dominion Coffee Pots;
Best article fir making CoflT?e uow iu use, will make
with one-third less material and purer and stronger
th in any other, besides reLiiuiug all the aroma of the
Cotlee. For sale by
J. W. WILSON,
may5-tf No. 17 College st.
4 T a meeting of llie Board of Directors of the Nash-
Jl villo Commercial Insurance Company, a Dividend
of six percent, on the Capital Stork was declared out
of the profits of said Company for the I on six mouths.
Nashville, May 4, 1858. secretary.
At an election held on Monday, 3rd lust , the fol
lowing gentlemen were elected Directors to manage
the atUirs of tlio Naahville Commercial Insurance
ALEXANDER FA IX, JOHN II. EV EN,
JAMKS WOODS. JOHN' A HSHfcK,
A. W. VANLEElt, W. T. KEllliV,
HKNItV HAKT. Ittt.lt M-VKKA,
J H IN KIUKMAN, K. C. UcNAlitV,
T W. EVAN'S.
And at a meeting held this day, Alexander Fall was
unanimously re-olecti'd president, James Waiker Scc-
reUry , and Jesse Thomas, Clerk.
Nashville, In iy5-lm
Buena Vista Springs,
LOGAN COUNTY, KY.,
WILL again be open for the reception of visiters
on the 1st of June, and no iaiiis Mill besiutred
to render their st y pleasant and agreeable.
Mrs. Burgess, formerly of the Forst House, Russell
Tillo, Ky., will preside over the I.-ulies' dep irtment.
A good Kind of Music will be iu lUlendaiico. The Bow
ling Alleys are iu good order, and those iu search of
pleasure or health will llud both at Bi a Vista. The
stage will run every other U.iy direct to the Springs
from Xas'iviile, aud daily from Clarksville, Ilopkins
ville and Bowluigreen to Russellville, where convey,
aiirescan always be had.
may4-lmUu-i v D. JEFKKIES. Propriettr.
li a tl I c s 11 n 1 ttoxes.
NEW STY EES !
AFKESH supply of single aud tray Top Hat Boxes
large and small sixes, just received bv
JOHN K A MACE,
sprS-tf ii c, dirge street.
J A T A W II A Y I . Ii.
I WILL keep constantly .in hand a supply of r
and Sjiarklu.it Wines, which I will furnish the trad
at Cincinnati prices, freight adiled.
Janva T. A McALI AgenC
ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY.
THE next ordinary drawing of the Royal Havana
Lottery, conducted by the Svanish tioverumeut.
under the suier vision of tho Captain General of Cuba
will take place at Havana, on
Tliurwdar, May 27tl, 1858.
oooo o n o ii ii a iv s
Eorteo Numero C99 Ordir.ario,
Capital Prize IUU,000 Dollars.
1 Prise f
.t I no ,0oo
4 Prixrs of f i.dOO
6 " " l,tSl
141 " ' 4si
...... . ' 1 ' -"I ?1 .".T.. . .
A Innmi.nLilimifl I . . K .. C 1 i Oiwi .a Crfim . 1 . . .
'. Alproxiinthi S.H4
of IkXI 50,(HHI ; 4 of 4oo to 30,000 ; 4 id" 4U0 to 10,000;
4 4 400 f j,oX)
hol TH-ket$20; llalrrslO; Qnar
Prize cashed at sight ut ft l-er cent, i! j:onnL
Bilis ou the Nash, die City Banks taken at r.
A drawing wilt be forwarded as soon aa the rest It
HSrAll ordT for Scbemr or Tick eta tn Im ad
drcsstMi in li noDHltjl EZ, (care ot Csy lt')
Ckarlealon, So. Ca nttv4-ul
Ncrdlrs, Fish Hooks, Ac, &t,
rpiIEsuWribers harm; ptirchasrd the Merchant,
JL St ire Flxtuies, Tra le Marks uml will of the bus
lnes and Store, formerly wruined b J-n ll'itu,
J. t T. Waaxiji and Tuojta Wikmiv, at No. H Uaideo
I jr.o. New Vork, also, th exclusive right of inirt
two of Jrpk Wtirrim'i SfUet, tnauttiactured at K4
diu h. England, and known aa
I. Wsxria's Supsrior Drill si Eyed Veedles,
offer to the TwatMt, at vamuiu. a very full aud cem-ph-ta
ansortat4 t the Warria Nrr!tn, aid
other drilled eynd atet cmnnMi Ve.llw of every f r la
and dewriptma. Kl-I! HuoKSi all kinds; taaen,
btlk, Item,., and Cothai 1H IJM-M, aa wHlaa st ery
dMcrifXaSiof It.-HINt, TACKLE, c ,ax. 1 n.-ir tuvk
Wue Uni', and kaviua ample faut.Uea of manufa.
Mriug, M, wot ba ftMUKt lu Ut aUiauU iSdcalar la
a Partlcvlar stteatka past ta Itw-r order.
B4T Vetolor and purchaaet ara cautaiuad aa'nrt
Inia.aur low (rcU Naedica, inuL.tii., aor Lb. and
CLEKK. RE k IIAKi-J.
sp3S-llo(r) 4 iUiwa Lae, New ark.
EEE As CARTER,
Cfafral irrat 10J roISfttcn,
HAVIX'I ampla Sl.rj;, ara 'red U rciva
aud tuaka Uberal advaactrs oa CuBat$eaMU wtwsi
frtry , Jary k Co' N O. E. iialfaxas, Fq , Phitw.
TsrHt.IH.is It . HotHM-.lrlistta law. , Batuntt.
Joaaaa Morris, Iji , Ituul HarmH k ILsaias, Chaxtas-
V?"wry. Suw 1. 4'.
Kill, U -m-t k tUtherXM, da LtutkS G. VSW, Gsf , Os-
slts, iitAft 4 JarUui lust baa. Wa.
J.CMtkl Ca.,X York. Fswsa, H wiU 4t Co.,
tftorra trv4hers, So. J jkaaSrilM, Tvaw.
w a U. IJt 1
V. U. Casks, j
Lessee aso Hasacni W. IL CRISP.
SEVENTH NIGHT OF THE
Ns Orleans English Opera Troupe.
...W. S. LYPTFJt
.Mr. A. KIEiT, Jr.
On Tliursiay Eyening-, May 6th, 1S58,
Positively last night of Balfe's beautiful Opera of tho
FIorefrin, ....... .
Mr. H. Wnjiirrojf.
. ..MissGBoROljt HonsoM.
. Ms. Frxnk Tkevok.
Ms. F. LrsrtER.
Miss A. Kixi.
. ..Mt Rihaui IK'Raxd.
Ilurirft the Opera the prices will be:
Press Circle and Parquelle, .......$1 OO
Private Boxes 6 00
White Gallery 60
Colored Gallery 25
JI3- Box Olflce now open, seats may be secured
three davs in advance.
Friday Evening Farewell Benefit of
Miss Georgia Hodson.
M. W. CANNING.
inay6 Acting Manager and Treasurer.
Prp (dvote (Clatljtng.
Elegant Lace Mantles.
E are opening, this morning, a beautiful assort
ment of French and Chouully Lace Mantles.
apr-M-t W. A. k J. G. MoCLElXAXB.
WE keep the best make of Irish Linens, cheaper
than they can be bought at any other house
apr24-tf - W. A. J. G. McCLKLLAXD.
Table Linens, &e.
WE have the best assortment of Table Linens,
Napkins, rnyle's Towels, aud Toweling Goods,
ever ottered and at lower prices.
apr-24-tf W. A. k J. G. MtCLELLA N'D.
Parasols and Sun Shades.
A BEAUTIFUL lot of Parasols, S'm Shades, and
Indies Sun Umbrellas, just received ami lor
apr-24-tf W. A. k J. G. MrOI.EIJ.ANI.
"I V 7K most earnestly call uisn all isrsons indebted
to us, either by note or book account, to come
forward and pay up, as we must have all of our ac
counts closed. We dislike to put any of our friends to
any extra costs, but will bo compiled to do so if this
notice is not attended to.
apri-tf sao W A. k J. G. McCI.EIJ.AN'Il.
CLIFTON, ALBRIGHT & CO.
(Successors to Clifton i Abbott,)
ARE DAILY receiving additions to their tine stock
AT MO. 15 CEU A It STIt i:i2 I,
Where they would be happy to see all the mtrons of
the old liriu and all others in want of any gisxls iu
their hue. Our stock embraces every urticie to be
found in a
CENTLDIA.VS FtRMSIil.YG STORE.
In the Tailoring Department we have a great variety
of piece gisMls, whs h we will make up to order, anil
warrant to give s.itislaetion. 'two of the lirm are con
stantly iu the Eastern market and ull new uttterus and
siylcs are forwarded to tiiis uonse W illi dispatch. We
(latter ourselves that our facilities for receiving all
new and desirable styles will enable us lo suit all who
favor us with their patronage.
apr!3-tf CLIFTON. ALBRIGHT fc CO.
J. II. .Ud.il!.
LADIES' AM) GE.TLE3IEAS
Fl'RMSIUXC AXD FANCY STORE.
Corner College Street and the Public Square.
HAVING just received every style of Shell, Ivorv,
Bulfalo, aiel Horu PulL Tucking, Side, Fine. tooth
and Redding Coiuhs. Also, Ivory , itoscwood, shell and
uunato liair, i.m.iii, ail, rlesli, Miavii.g and t loth
Brushes, small Toilet Mirrors, Indies' and Genllemeu's
Dressing Cases for traveling or for the room: Morocco
Kags, Cabas, furnished aud uuluriiished; K.houy Work
Boxes, and Hue Writing Desks. Will sell at prices to
suit the tunes. upr "JO tf
Furnishing and Fancy Goods.
I HAVE JU.T KECFJVEI) MV
SPUING AXI) SU31MEU
STOll OF Fl RMSHINl AXD FAXCV GOODS,
OlNSIsTlNG IN' PAKT OF
White and Colored Marsailles Shirts;
While Linen Bosom Shirts;
Colored Cambric shirts, warranted to fit.
Also, a few line EMBKOIDEKKD SHIKTS, for Parties
and We. Minus.
IKlV'S SHiItT, plain and embroidered, all sues.
UNHEKWE-VK, of Silk, Lisle, Gain-, M. ruio, Ijuen,
HALF HiSE, white, brown and fancy Silk, I-isle,
Merino, ('. .It..n, ic.
All styUai of Scarfs, Sts-ks, Naixdeous, Tn-S aud
FANCY GiMiDH, consistim; of Sand.ilwissl, Spanish,
Plain and Fancy Ivory tiud I'alm lr.if laus.
Also, Iilu s aiol ticiitlemeii s Traveling tAsi-s and
Cabas, Writing Desks, Port Monies, and Hazors, single
or in setts.
Also, a sMiorior lot of VI-'ST BUTTON'S, of Cameo,
Stone. Sheli mi l Glass.
CAN E every size and style or Ebony , Puuiboo,
Malaka ltubber, and H.ckory l anes st
J. H. M:iLL'S,
Iidiesaiid Gentlemen's Furnioliiug aud Fuui y SUire,
corner ol the Smare and College Mre I.
ttOYSE W UAUUSON,
20 PUBLIC Stjl'ARE?
HAVE just received a lin e stock of Spring
aud Summer Clothing, cons. Ming of lino V
tassnnere Suits, Marseille's aud Liueu touts, K
Pants ami Vests in great variety. I f
ALso a very nice lot of Furnishing Goods, while ami
colored Shu ts, M trseilles, French and embroidered
bosom shirts, under Clotlniig of every dewription. Kid
and Fancy Gloves, Cravat of the most elegant style.
For Custom Hunine,
We have a fine sts-k of tl.itbs, Cassitneres an'l Trim
mings, of all kinds, li:i'h we will make up with dis
patch and neatness not to tic excelled
We have also a very choice stock of Summer Cloth
ing for Kojs, which we will sell at very low prices.
HAVING I. sated in South Nashville, at Fireman's
Hall No. 6, fur a short time, I w ill give lessons in
Pr NMANSHIP at the unusually low pn. e,, iJ for
twenty lessons, or ten days. From an cs-rience of
several years m b-arhmg, I am enal'H-d giiaranbw
to all -rlect satisfaction. The aiicnUon of ljidiea
aud Gentlemen in ress-ctlu!ly invited t tlio many
dillereut bauds I am prerej to K-aili.tmh h.
aessing within itself its uo iecuhr ruelleinp.
My Class will om-u on May 3d. Please call and
judge for yourselves.
may 1 if. W. N. PAP.NES.
EE A & IEJtIllAS
WORCESTERSHIRE SAI CE,
or a urtu nun a
T(J HW imoTHEK,
TO EE THE
V.iiwa,MT . 'Ml
Tell I.EA PEK
R1NS that THEIR
SAUC: Mi highly es
teemed in Indu.and
is. In my opinion,
the RHWt palatable,
as well as U.r most
w iMibiuHne !i t l
that M maile."
Only Good Sauce,
ai arruraSLS To
The only Medal awarucu t.y
Y"rk F.liibit.ou lor Foreign Sa
the Jury of the New
tea. was obtained bv
ISA k PERKINS, for their IIRI .TFK.-HILE SA t K,
the world wide fame of which having led to numerous
umtalMMis, purchasers are earesiv requestMl to see
lliat t!w names of "IXA PFJIUINS" are iuur-ed
uin the bi.llle aud Su-pi'cr, ai.d printed upon lh la
bel. Nils Wboltwals A'ests f-ir Uie I'ntted fUtH,
JOHN DUX CAN ft S0SS.
n. 40S ltr4y, . V.
A svrk always in store. A Uo, orders recet ed for
dlre t liimeni fr.-ro FigUsd. niy lyu
iocki:t ihkik ixst.
IrST, th -jbili at All, between the Orst fte
j oa the WiUia lurtap.ks aod tty kuM us the
rraukiia and laberty r?ul, a medium ma purket
butdt, cadtaiatsc attuut tour huadr dollar. oo bill
of too, the remainder Ul VO acd lo". ; tth oue
dollar in id 1, aad mm smcr. and Bfieva tr
Manipa. aia a tern pprs- The Auder Will be hbernily
way 1 lot. MHS . HAEVkT.
htair of Trnnesee, Dai idton ro
nsn iT nu n, an ri les, ik
ticorf L. WUhu&s,
CkU for I nerc.
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ter, iront Iba bill Sad anVUvit Ctrd ka Uta. raasv,
VlaX thm lendait, I Wifif J. W tliiamt, I a Mm
ut lha Mat vf Tenai c, o Ul U onluiary
imnM S Uw raniMi. h airvr4 tm bef ; It m ItMrfur
oS"re4 tftai iKibtkvsaMM ba . Ki.ie la tlx Palt4, a
Bwpa'.r puhbstted M tb rty trf NaabvUle.lur Iwr
iiOTisstrt wt), r(irtt( aaMl rtelewdaM to a
t at lavs sett tnrwt of US Uraut Crt uf twrslsua
Mtaty , Ut b brU st tb c.t vt tiilW., oa Um t4
Kuaday ta May acat, Ui aad ittr l da4, aaaaer
ar deaiar W uaptauaaails bul, of lb mow aid b ta
kaa pen caalsaas aa4 s owws lor Ixu -u ct parts.
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XV. T. IliailtV A. ( ., Public Sqtiarr.
F. HAG AN,
No. 39, Market Street,
nasii v i Ia a i:, t i: x . k ssi: i:,
HOIKS .tIK IMI KETjIlt ISJlH IS
fflrdirnl, .Hiscrlla neons nnd School rdoKs,
Inciter, Cap, A'e-iiH, 'Wrapping
and other PaiK-rt;
WITH A UKI.II ASXiRTHEVT OF
Ink, Slates, Pencils and Stationery generally.
Frank Lrslif's r vr Family IKarazinf for May,
Contains tlie iH-autiful aud deeply interesting new
tale, .tlyra, Ry J. Sisrk. AIX: s hot of bnllsOit
ori(::ual arts Its, of Travel, Ili-l.Hy, Nut els, Tales, In
cident, Poetry, aud a Urtu number of admirable and
interesting eii);raviii!s uf Aitiiktic Fshi . er Tim
Mam ; together w 1th eKjuisite patterns and arts les of
interest t the Ladies: It ice only cents.
Ii Sale by F. 1IACAV,
ajiril-tf Msraet Street.
MavEivAncs Tor May.
HARPER'S. ;llF',!, C.RAHAM'.H and FRANK
l.KSUl-.S MAtiAINES for May, m. lb l,a. W uutu
bers, lust received by
F. H Af" AN,
api'iH Market street.
MADAME LA ROSE,
fTlllE world-renowned IortreM. aud tioddees of the
X llauel readers, has entered the city. Mie cau be
Been at No. &, l'uHn street, oawiU. IMd Fellow'
Hall. tbe ciu desribe all dux-asea ha lt altla t hu
manity. Ij.lie in feeble health re pnrticutarly re
pierU .l Ut call. Thousands can testily to the most
wonderiul cures she has Mrformod Kite ill read W
yon your Ifte, and sbow tbe likeness f your future
companieli; ilescrilM S IrKiols aud Hirmw.rin brns
tbe s- parsle ti;ether; and cause speedy marrtuce.
Thousands have cuolted ber tth entire st4arlMii
l.i. Is a.lnnlted from S A. M until I P. M. t-eMS-im n
from 4 P. M. until K P. M. Its e id ronaultalssi, l.
Seed Oats, on hand and for sale l r
D. D. IdCKKY.
felfl No. 4, t .illi c street.
II A 1 1.Ittl. M M'IKIX
THE uuiler c!iel is tlie attthor'.aed aetcy f.r the
aala of porter, luille k Swett's Kailroad etakes;
aaid to be the b. and chraesi spike uo m use. A
supply cotiftauUv uu baud aud for sab- bv
l. D. PICK FY,
aprlft-lf Collepe Mreet, NahUI.
li. U. UliASl'sOClC
AncUonter and Grnrral lrc(f
TlyflTl offer hw aervs-ea ta ti publk? ss Aer.t
lor tbe mm f
Ural Kstatr, A'ecroe,
or rther erte of property, either u Vwa or country
rV-tlif net ' lacd to tlevtae niy timo Ut Uf aawva boa
ars, and iuivm X.'. roust W.blg errn uce. I Saure
mrarlf Uut I cau inva mlitrtm v U. wbo anay
favor a that l I eaa alwav be found at lb
OMWitmc Ki of ?h "Patriot OSes, wbrr. ia
my atiarnrv, vrdars can b k-f t. I ui aiau alb-bd t
Dry Goods, Crocerieik, Kc.
HWH MOXKV K KIICP COOi.!!
OtTI Ice rVpnts r now m rrxtnna, aJ we rr.
ly r-qarx ail b w taB Kay leo dart ( tts aea
sai at a atia'-a-m prs, to call aud supp1 t(M-rHw
with takeuassi retrWU-r tbetr uamea a. reynlar t
tnin tttrwby save aa advaa m tU arts Iu Uaa
bslter art uf Uu m-mm.
l sir ortx . are. t'-Trr tre, belt d."T ta tb Daak
vt Teap mm ; at ItanfaweU a, I ra4 sUrt, awd oa
cerser isT tsorvh aait mm UiH'.
C C II. WARTIV,
spraa-if ' M. Law ken tx
so a r.;uo us wanted.-
Tt win v ths dbeat Cash Prtra fur Fifty ga4
sprls-q It IL HAVXI2I CO.
VtL pvraons aavtf rU:a utaM a aatsss f
Fsaw. Josmt, 4me 4 , ar kwwr katissal s ara.
eat thm, prtspcrir s'at aud wuhra a Uaaa ara
acriSwd by Uw; aad tnuna vwaa saat kaWakS r rw
qaoatad U maavs ausilaw
say 1-41 n
Urol sfiitf Salts:
0V TTESPAY, tho 11th day of MAT Inst, st 19
o'clock, a. M., on the prenii, I will sell eleven
Lots of Ground in Clifton, containing from 4 to 21
Clifton is situsted rai the Charlotte Turnpike, 2 miles
west of Nashville. The ground is elevated and com
manding, and is well adapted lor country reiodencea,
market sardens, dairy farnis, Arc
I4 No. 1, coutaius 10 seres, snd fronts on the turn
pike. Lot No. 13. is situated on the corner nf Bass street
snd IPII Avenue, and contains 4 tf acre.
I.ot No. ltf, at the corner of Hill and Clifton Avenues
contain about i acren.
Id Vo. "0,at the corner of Clifton Avon ue It Morgan
street, contain about acres.
Lot No. 21, fronting on Hill Avenue and Morgan St.,
Lot No. !, fronting on Hill Avenue and Morgan St.,
Part of U4 No. ?3, contains 6,'4' acres, and fronts oa
Morgan st. and IMI Avenue.
IH No. 41, fronw on Clinton Avenue, contain 71
acres, in aurrounded by streets, of exccllentsoil, com
man lii.f a One view of the city and river, and M an
excellent loeturm for a country residence, market gar
den or dairy farm.
Lot No. 40 contain P' acre, and fronu on Clifton
Avenue and Walker st.
Idt No. S5 and SS each contain about 9 acres, and
frotit Branch and Martin nts.
The almve ale in positive and without reserve.
Tkkm. (die fourth cash lialance in , 1J and 1
mouths for notes payable In lUnk, satisfactorily se
cured, bc-aring interest, and a lien retained.
Tlie OmuiliiiK will be ou band as tuiutl. .
Those desirous f cxamiuing the premises before
day of sale will please call ou
mays-id A. V. 8 IJXIfIAV.
SALC OF VAIATAIJLE
Real and Personal Propertjs
THE undersigned will sell, on the premises. South
Market street, opisisiu? tbe Military Cdlege, on
the FUSST SATVHDAY IV JI NK, being the alh. the
very valuble House and Lot on wha t) the late Fred.
Jonte lived at the time of his death, frouiitic on Mar
ket stn-et and running back half way to College st.
Also, a lot fronting 1J7 feel on the lbanou Turnpike,
being lot No. 17 in the plan of the t'niversity lota.
Also, will be sold at the same t.me aud place the
personal proHrty of said Joule's Estate, consisting in
part of an excellent new Cracker Machine, and all the
futures, furniture, Ac., necessary to carry on the Ba
kery and Confectionary busiucssl-two bread wagona
and ruttbii, one bursy, together with atock T
groceries, confectionary , show cases, shop furniture,
This is esecial!y a One onening for Baker and Con
fectioner, as it is an old and well known stand, and
the only one In that portion of the city. We will eel
the property either in whole or iu iui t.at private aale.
and if nut sold bcS.re the li.de w ill l offered to tho
highest bidder on tlx. 5th of June next.
Terms made kuowu ou the dv of sale
A. A. HATCH Kit.
m.iy4-dtd fjt Executors F. Jonte, dee'd.
Erautiful foimtry Rrsnlrnrr
1 13 U Ii 1 S V Ii Fa.
"VV Thursday, the l:tth day of Mar nevt on the pre.
V mis.Hiu. nu. M it:ll ,n,i,.g srti-!t of Nash
ville, 1 will sell that beautiful ,,u:o on the IHtisVills
branch tornpike ailjoinitig tbe ti-sidener of John D.
;. The place consist- of ir a r,.s ,,r ground frontl
ing also on the Hnck Church turuoike. Tb housw
contains four rooms. klchcn and s.Tvaiit' r-s-ms tbe
other milH-ovciiicnts. Sin., ke. house, Pn In v lions, , ar
ruiL'e house. Cow. bouse. F.-ncinK, are entirely new and
the most desirable st vie.
TntM S1AO0 rash, flono 1st Jan.iirv, the
balance iu two eual inst.il nts. fiavnlde .miliary lt
lM'O.aud January 1st, lstij. Notes s.-cnred in Rank'
an I benruie interest from dat.., and a lien retained. '
The Omnibus will be on band as osual. All persons
wanting a neat, healthy, and convenient country resi
dence, will be expected to utb'nd.
aprliMd A. V. S. LIMiSLEV.
4 HARE CHUTE FOR SrEfl LATIflX IX THE
Host Valuable Real Estate
i:vi:is oitekki) rou saii:
"WE WILL sKI.L. on the most reasonable terms,
ritTKF.K Af'KKS nf t.AXh. four miles from
the city, on tie-1,Tfr.-.l...r.' Tnrntnke.on Mdlcre'k
with a magnificent rVi'sT Mil. I., in raal riinunig or
der, all complete; together with si hmelred barrels of
Corn. 5n head St.s k Hogs, Ac. . .Vc. Wo will exchange
the above for Negna at the hich.t market prices.
The M il has lately undergone a thorough renovation
and nil o( its machinery in g.t repair, making agiMMt
Flour siel Meal ss can be m i te in the West. This is
the best investment b pay haiidsomelv that we have
ever propos.il to sell. IIOYD A CO
or Sale-Co licnt.
Tnrr.-sldenreofH. P. PtiSTICK,
S'ln.iled ou the Charlotte Turn
pike, about one mile from the my
of Nashville, is nib-red for sale.
These premises embrace the
Dwelling House, Kitrlirn, Servants' Eooms,
And all suitable out hoii.-es, together with about
Si xl con Ac-it of Liiid,
Contfiinit g a f,Uf si'KlNi; AV'D M'KlNii Hot'SE,
CMEKV, U:C)IAi:ii, Car.'in. I'reen house atid an
abiiinlani e ol lorest trees. The groiiinls are also wat
ered by the rkr,ll .y .t lintn.k. mrllu.g.
house c num. s t. ii Urge rcuisalid two spurious Halls,
and is well built and i i iiiIimsiious Hi every ra.pcct
Thia ireK?riy cenil.ii.es every reiiisite lit cenifort
or luxury, ami is altogether !. ol the most l-eautilnl
and ilesirablc rcsnlcni i iu the vicinity ol Nashville.
-cveial streets have been cciiet aud Mc Aiiauurrd
trom thecity to these premises; the city is rapnllyrx
tending in that ilm ri i u and property is steadily iu
t reasil g in Value iu the tic.gl. bet Lend.
I'ei sons wish. i- to puiri.av air mvitrd to examine
tor Ilium it u forn.aiicii u ply In the undersigned
or to J. I.. IUt-ik k, at his i fl.ee, S... 4; t berry st.
HAP.I IN I". I tiMH K.
Nashville, n)Mm aa
Adtl S OF
It i: sale 4r (id Acres .-f line land In Texas. Titles
l-crt.ct H lil W m V in abeSy, r in tract of
40 acres. or in league 44'-s arrefl survey, prriu-iis
wislot.g to make a good mtrstn eut would Co nell lo
rail alol run h i- The I. ts ard titles. V ill be sold lr
i iisli, in grin or ri si ertste rear Nashville.
1 i.ip.ur ol 11. 11. IUi.x A Co., or of A. V. P. I.i'la
TOR S A Ia Va Oil UKST.
Tilt? M f jir handsomest tmprovemetita iu
Edgrtlrnl: it is within twetilv noiinles walk of lb
Capitol, and is ou aa cb vaiiou ovcrmoktng the entire
viiiaue, healthy an.l U' Ii is lurrmiudnl by s-rue aa
prettv sca-tury a. can t-e found in thia comity . Every
couveus nee nrcess.tr ie rruler H cotnfortably as a
family resi.leuc. alol rourtry t "ua have been added.
Tbe terms are very liberal,
janju tl bUYD k CO.
Vlltt-sT HATE l...u- girl, about lfl years old, as
well ijitalined as any iu tbe Male of her age. i-he
was raised in a good lannly in thia cotiuty, aud we
H-h to sell her to some uue near or Iu tlie c.t . Call
aud sec her a she ia not add lor auv fault,
apri-lf 1LI- I 1UYP, Js.
Fifty !Vej,rof s for Sales
VVtdNtf tlie lot we have several g.sxl Faniiliee, two
or three youi.g A onx-a with first child, four pood ?
Mouse IW-ys, 2 1"' from IS to ."U, c'ssl ruiuig-rous
s-rvaiiu,'witb a good lotol field bauos, men aud gwls,
and a good HUrksnutb and Itarl-cr.
a-.l-tf II 11 HAYNE8 Ax CO.
A Nest Mwelllutf House for Sale,
OnTATED IB K-lgructd, on the t,allat:B Turopiks
kJ For ftirtber tstriicuUr a(dy u
Sept. 11. A. V. . UNDeLf-T.
VHANDS4IME aud couitortuhle family residence id
Hgefleld near tbe briege, with Carriage-houae
aud sUl-h- attached . for tbe balance of the year. Pua
aesaiou given luilutstuleiy . Applv to
LYt'N k CO.,
marlu-tf 71 Public aqua re
laik of Xashiille Building
WIIX rent Mir Ranking. house for the remainder of
thisyear und for Ial, tin exceedingly favorable
teraua. Any person whtngB Psnkig bouae rocld
k, iu4l... .....i . . .. K i,,,i .,tf a rould
be made au excellent eebiudinicnl for a retail Fancy
More, Ac. Apply to
apr3-Iin N". HohMON, Preasleat.
A I)eirable Ilooui to Let.
rpilE UBderm-d ba a ery desirable aud plrassnt
JL KuMn, soasble tvr a small family , logrther with
fc-wrd, t utd at No. 1 1 Ktb Cutis g stree. AJao s
select number aT Iwy buardera ajied.
iUr I M tilO E. MEAD.
WIIO DESIUE TO PI KCniSE
I W ISH tn m-U several very desirable k, ooutajn
Sx lo Ten Acres KacU.
Mwaled the Mrfr-f'ce- Turnpike RobJ, tSr
muie lrm the itre ut Naaavtllo.
tbew fr.itutiluUy ea tbeTuniptke,
and tls W lss M.lt Cree K-d and SB aveaus
ra) foot ttv wsith, hoadiufi with aJd Turnpike.
I bnmiuI ar s I-ol of 87 Acres, (a part eC the saBa
tract vt Uad ) aa whwh tbera has recently sera ereo-t,-4
at ample diateaaw-aa ta tnoderw style, with the waual
aut bUdtaes. Tbera S) alo o the place s pr, weU
AstaUuIa half uf Ihw tract Is heavily Umbered
A. H. FvtKIl
K. It A. T. , UVTLET, B.. wiM ctrwany ta.
furatatjo o.aea , aad aikibU a pia rf he ad.