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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1355.
ZW f',e &Tn' rlcli Party of Georgia, are to hare
a State Coiiventioj on the lath inst,
J3M';le Pahopi atiil.Trout.e arrived in tfiNcily,
ar:v yesterday, and took lodii.gs at the St Clou 1.
Siie jrave ln-r tirat conceit last iiiUi; aril aiil oive
tlja sm'CoiiJ to tiight, the third atid last Holiday nielli.
The Am -i lean Mass Meeting at Lou'iv
the 27(h, was a m igtiiSreiil nfl'air ttotii as rejrirda
numbers, ability of tne r peak era, aU'l the glorious:
ttit 'lU-iiigin which prevailed tho an-em'tily. Ttit
i'lf M ient of the National Council, E. 1$. Bart!, tt,
E-q . presided, asi-ui v Vice I'reiidvan and Sec
retaries from various Sutes. A niong the speakers
Were lion. Humpdirey Marshall, Col. T. L. Critten
den and others.
C2? From the St. Ismi Lu-Uijencrr, we learo
thn L-tw and Order Convention was recently held
i.i Kaiifa.s, presided over by Gov. Shannon, and
add esaed ty several of the ni'-t able and promi
nent tueD in the Territory in lavor of sustaining the
law, and restoring peace and quiet among the peo
t2TTlie Supreme Court of Va., hag decided the
injunction ca-e against the city of Whet'liii-r, whose
corporate authoriih-M tiled a bill to prevent the Hil
timoie & Ouio Railroa t from connecting with the
C -niral Ohio Koad at li u wood. The Ohio will now
be bridged at the Utter point, and the connection
C3T The A". O. Crencmt of the 21th, in a review
of the market lor thai week, arrives at the onclu
sion, that the b'J-iiiess of that city his not fillen of
yet at any rate, not withstanding the prophecies to
that (fleet. Il notes an advatiee in price, in most
of tiie principal articles except 9u-:ar.
ZiT From tf-.e St. Louis papers of the 27th. we
learu through la'e intelligence from iKanta Fc, that
Galleos has been returned to Congress as deli gate
from New Mexico. Otero his opponent and his
friends were dirSJti.-fied, and charged fiaud on ilia
oppo.-iiij! patty. Gallegos had reach Independence,
Ho, on his way to Washington. The Indians and
M' ii' sns were lighting and harrairig the country
willi their depredations.
lion. Stephen A. Douglas of Illinois, is rc
pO'led seriously iil at Terre Haute, (la).
Ztf Since the late calamitous accident at the
Gi-emi.ide bride, on tiie I'aciu.: Iliilroail, various
other di.-asters have happened, crippling the pecun
iary condition of the ro.id, and greatly injury int: its
proKpects. The fiiends of the road are niiK-ti de-presM-d,
and begiu to feat il is on the verge of bank
2! The regular monthly sale, of the funds of
the liuilding Association takes place to night. Iitl-niedi.iti-lv
after the sale, Capt. E. Id. F.rnsAorth
will sell forty shares ol stock in the Association.
Sai.i; ok Lot. We would call attention to J. L.
k II. U . lirowii's bale ol luu in U'cii's Addition to
Nasl.viile liuctia Vi.-ti.
Tli e lots are nouie of the mo t eligi'ilv situated
in the plan of thit deiightfjl suburban village one
of the mo-a delightlul, w - itii ik, which hurrounds
t ie , itv. It is iippiO'iclie 1 by a well gravelled and
h i: d-ouie Uni'pik.', and allorls u fine opportunity
to iho-e who ui.-li ti have a home convenient to
f'C ti'V and yet tie rid of tiie burtheusome tax of
' t li! corporation. This i also a line fi Id fitr -pecu-la'orx,
as property iu that region is ruj i If rioiug ill
Iaxci.v Ik. G. oiiw is. V.'e defire to call at
tention to Mr Gooiiwin's caid iu our paper of to
d iy. M.-. fi. is a ina-ter ol his proferion. He has
b-eii a resident and teaeln r in our city lor several
years, and lii- pn.fieiefcy has been put to the strict
est t nt to hirh the cultivated taste of our dan
ci. g coininuiiity was capable. Socially he et j iy
the confidence of alia ho know him, and many
fiiein! utatid ready to vote Liui a "right good fiU
Ik. Kane's Arctic Fxpkihtion. We loam from
the I hiladelphia papelS that .Vec-IS. Childs a lid I'e
ti (Mm, of that city, l ave concluded a contract with
I r. Kane for tiie publication of his per.-nual narra
tive tif the recent Arctic expedition. The l.ubrr
says "it will include a variety of tcientilic piipu-s,
atid be illustrated with maps ard several hundred
et gravities, from I'uguet reotj pes of Arctic t-ccne
iy, taken on the spot, and alr-o from original
sketches made by the author. The woik will com
prie to large octavo volume. The manuscript
is in a very forward etate, the greatest portion hav
ing bei n prepared while hemmed in by the. ice, and
during the voyage home. The subjects fur the en
graving will first be painted by an eminent ai ti-t."
Tne appearance of this woikaiil be looked for with
Sale of tiie Mem ruts Navt Yau (Ikouxps.
-Hit? Memphis LulUtin, of the 27tli tilt ,
e i :
"That portion of the Navy Yard prounda Wins
between Chiekaaw atre t and the "Vertical Wail"
was sold yesterday at public vendue, briuying with
in a Iraetion ol floii.tMiO, with one lot rt served Ironi
vale. The prcc ds ma - be net do w n in round tmin
leM at the figure ;iv,'n above, h a in all lht por
lion d the grounds between the V.rtical Wuilniid
the liver to lie hereafter di-insed d. In this pur
tiou is -ituated the Kope Wlk, the Tariing Ilou-e,
the hliik-tnith Shop, the l!ieei-s' (J lailers, Ac,
together with a large space of open gioand t.ot yet
Tiie property sold remaika'oly well, con-iJering
the cm rent prices of the Lite quaiiiity d tiniiie
pi.ive I ground on tiie opposite si le of thee street.
The prices bid are indica'ive rather of the rane of
bop.- lor the future, than of the aetual est. male of
present value. Kid lets believe that with the re
ii'oval ol the Navy Yard Wall, the street on Uith
tides may be built up, and t.u-ine'S re-tiir- d to tint
quail r of the city. We sincerely trut their tuosl
aai.f":ine anticipalions may be r a'm. d.n
Local Emei:J'M7E. f.iul t lie following
5te:ns in tiie Mm frier-Son.' -Vtim, of Wu!ti"8
" Il i now a f.ied far: tliat 'esrs Ilczina k
Fech wilt rrvi-i, i.ear the p-t, a I rue fliuin
Bill. The fouiidxtion of te bml.J'tig wiil be laid in
lew days Tlx ji1 and wl of ptieh stl editico
fb MjJ I b- siifTiciei i.y siroiig an.! so unite 1 a tous
tt. (it the weight ol the g'ftiii that tiny le deposit
ed. Some heavy lus-cs ru'lel the present year,
f.oin a ncgleC of Ibis. The p-ople of ihe c ml
tt v, and the t itil 'i S ol town -e i tere-ted in this
r i.-o'tse. Wc wi-h il and u!i similar ones, gteat
Ve vis ted the bucket f -tory nf Mr. John C.
Spein e, a t w dsago. It reij'iires a great deal
.f co-' Iy mm !.i iery , ji;-t lOtiuVt one wall r biiek..'';
lo:t when they get t'.ii.'s aTo ed, tl ey can tn ,ke
tli .-in eiv fast. We were (h-ised 10 learn that he
rxpeils to put I. i lii icl i' . iy in t lo.ion in a few
davs. M' u'aetuurg m.i'e Cinci .n-ti. hat may
il not do for Muitre-.-'oio'.
Pj::STl!:b' Fwitai. The I'i infprs of Mem
jiliis h ol it "deligli lul re-tini.!i","ii the e eninj?
of the 2l'h u!t, Tiie Lq uirt r a of it :
It an "t)v-ier and v 'ti i aigne rrty,"
piveti bv the printers t the ediioia and ro
prup -tcl'Tsot t tic prc- of Memphis. Alui
t'jtrt'f fi' "pleL ti k'" VMto pry-efit, tml
eer thing p:iM-d oil' i i the li--st p.i-ib!e style.
ktil n itli m (-rx.il glov' td k.n Hy leeliog. which
load u i'i f r in iny tu ire aiicli "ivna of
re ts ti ki a fl 'W f s ul." Ninda-aof tp!r
.:iii! -r tint) tiie "prc gii.tf," nt.d a cay and
jt)di-'ii. f.'ivj iiow atid then, with tetui
tiieo: pceo!i and b';!', tliiveda I f ire wu
is tlieir jtil diie. iiirtime about CWi-t ma-,
thei v i:ra ati! proiirieMr iuteiiJ to gir
tt-'tlitr jjtraiiJ bio-tial."
Fiu-n.l ritvoit, weihmt to seem injuisi
lirf, tufwewoulJliLw tukuow If Witij w
oj'.f Xlit "iMrtv?"'
In accordance with anuonncements already
made, the first Dutnr of the lC2TahtiU4
Daily Patriot" makes its appearance tbw
uurniDg. , .
It is osual for an Editor, on assuming the
tripod, to make at lean a brief e-nunciatioa ot
the political principles he expects to sustain
The Editors of the Patriot deem it due to
the public that they bhould coufonn to this
Members of the American 1 arty, ami Hon- tv for tvVt.Ilty ye)ir3 .,a,t uuder the aitmc
estly believing the leudin? rrincipies of that ; ,jve IJallie )lf democrat, given to it by th.it
Put ty, in the proetit coiuiitioti of the politico! . 1(rj,ioe M pItnig.ni of M.)it:c:tl tricksters, M.ir
atfaiis of the cuutry, of pni a ii"UDl impor- , , ,,, Van Ijuiep. it has iiccnni'ilattd araitih'gue
Itance to ull uti.ers, we expect to give them "'.!, ,f fligratit .!itic;il bins w!ii'-!i shmild muke
iearr.evt and active bupport. '.Ve Iiav , yr Judder to on template. In the
'embriiced, rior do v e pr.-pu-e ru maintain a:.d ,lallie ,,t' the people they have erected an n'l
! viiniica'.e. thtso Pi'iuciples l'rot.i motives of ; (MlWerUj t,!ig:irc!iy of party lenders whose
j hostility ;o .ny etas of ntizei.s If the emi , lightest word or m.d Ls law with the great
grant fivm the Old Woill hns fed lrotn op- ;,a.s ,,f their party who exerci-e in the par
ij ression, or come hither as a nuttier of choice, ty tini (tV.r it, a tyranny as ubsnlute as that of
;to enjoy the bles-lngs of iibt-:y and vitial , ,e li,.SM:lti autocrat. The history of demo-
rights, ami iustils into the iuIpaU atitl hearts of :cratic atlnnnistraiioiw since tho advent of
: his children liVciiun 'or our cour t ry and its : JaeV;-?-i.i.-.in, is replete with acts utterly irre
1 iiistittitiotis, we bormr -and ha'l bj i; as a bm- ,.l!.j.l(J;e vtj,, tiit, profeions of deni icmcy
ther. We care Lot hc- many of tins character liul Ve of ihe.people w.hicli have ever been
c.ttue anioi.c-t us :t;.d participute in the rich ,lt:jr t()t.g. The power of the one man and
inheritance left its by our forLers. On the ,;ie feW t,e ,;t conspicuous element in
other hand, if, f.rg. iful of tho obligations he t;!U chs,r;ttr of this pcoiie-lovii,g, people
oesto the j-overninent whicli shelters mu ;0bejing jtarty who have assumed the uaine of
' protects him, he is .-etkir.g to infuse into onr , i)c J1((critt. That editor well knows the chano
'p-.litics dangerous and disorjj .t:i;-.';i.g tla-.ries, amj ,K,;vt.r ,,f his arty name. Well does he
vrigtt.iJeied in the peHti!.'t:ti:i. atmosphere of klloW tn.,t jts name to his jiarty wiiat the
corrupt dynasties of Europe, doctrines caicti- fl,,wiDg locks of the Israelitislj giant were to
latcd, if not intended, to undermine and ties ij,:,, umj ti1(it biJor L,f thut they would be
i troy the very foundations of republicanism; . jHlWerless. Aye, take from them the witching
it', instead of pursuing the paths of agriculture sol-cery cf their name, and then truly would
or trade, the im.cliar.io arts or the learned . t,ie ce,,tre he departed from Judah." This
j professions, and endeavoring to identity him- ; u ,,(e secrct of t!ieir gre.lt Doeasiness at the
self with the virtuous masses of our people, j KrjoUsnml hpe-inspiring name of American
'stimulated by native demagogues, or his own j w!licl belongs to the great, conservative and
ambitious aspirations, he U bent upon thrusting ' .,,,,., I);irty who-e duty and destiny it is to
; himscif into dlic-,aiid the sons of the soil out ! i,e ,,e f,!lVi,,urSof thecottutry. This it iswliich
i of office, we feel it to be our duty as American j,na'Kes democratic e!iiors so keen and sharp
; citizens to set our faces against him, and to j wjt,ej to tj-e9. This it is which spawned
. u.-e all means, uuder the constitution, to defeat j ,1I0 , l)e TeHlKTi nf Cnioa and American
jhis purposes. That all these things have been tie senseless and iimneariiiig play of w..idaii
done, or atteaipttd, by foreigners, does t ;o our name. The intense and yearning love
'admit of question. Neithor have we any hos- ; w,iich trUe AllleriClinH bear their government
ulity to the religion of the liom.iti Catholic; nnJ tuntry ilits Ilia(je t,e name of Patriot
inor any desire to abate "one j t or tittle" of ,too eIltire)y American in its signification to suit
his right to worship God according to the die- ;t,10 views of ,ie ,iemot,r.,,ic orgm. lie fears
tales of his conscience. These ate matters R IHy be t()(( ,,,,,,1, anj attractive, lie is
which the American Party do not recognize as ,.,. .,,:., i.i,.i, Mhan4if a
; coming within the scope of their propositions
of lietorm. Uut when Catholics avow such
: doctrines as those avowed by 1'nowxsox in his
! Carolina letter, in whicli the supreme author
ity d the Pope over his siiljects in temporal
as well as spii itual affairs tis claimed atid e.
erestd in the worst ages of Mother Church
. . .,
are proclaimed and .Menced, we deem it time IIlis,ioll wj,i,., x performed, will ever be dear
f r the American peop!et watch with sleepless : to Uj. UIlJ tu eVery lrue patriot. From itsear
! vigilance the movements of the.servantsoi the ,h.st aill,j,t;on ia ltie ,I,ther country down to
Papal Hierarchy, and to see to it lht they do t,je .,re8eI:t 1U(,ltnt, name .dWhig has
not ai.juire too much power in ur midst. This etfeP httr) tie jvma watchword against
mm-!, we thii.k is due to our country, in sell- ,pwer whether vested iu a crown or the des-
defense. Sw unZ wo are al,5t3 tu wlM " i polio will of au elective oligarchy. The cou
ipeii, we shall omit no suitable occasion to ive eavvn (f whiggery has been knead-
arou- o our readers to a just apptecialioii of the jnto our ,liLioil system, and its it flueuce
j dangers which are hidden under the claims of. u fe,, fip ye(ts lo (.,lllle in tlie fuluI.e ot
ithe Pope upon tho allegiance ol his vassal. J(lVt.riimcnt T)e e,jltl,r proceeds to dis
! In the discharge of our duties we shall l"-,.,,,,,,, tie syllables of our name-making
! trcquctit opportuniiies, we su-pecf, discus ' ,he int(, HijUreviated trotn Patrick, a
Jat length the points which we have mentioned ' filVorite uri.ame among his Irish retainers
; above. We shall, wheu expedient, to discuss ;aud j, 11ak), a l(111ib.. iniimation
; them car.didly and iispa,si..na;t!y. Havitifi no . u Jlis ,ori.ig fi!,,Wt-ls that it will he our pol-
l'ostility to the emigrant who honestly adopts I icy M an Atllel iC;lI1 j.,Uru.il to instigate Auier
j our country as his h..me,-none to the devotee ' u.un ci1Ze,iS to deirive I. ishtiien of their
at iiiesiirmeot i. ..iaiiuii.o,ici-m-we trust
we shall be credited by them when we say c
; have emoiaced the t rinciplesot the American
j Par.y because we believe they are Calculated
to subserve the best interests of our country.
! IJut it is not merely against the evils of for-
eigu influence, or Papal intrigues, the Atueri-
cm party is destined to shield us. It is at
present theouly re.'uge we have from Disunion-
i-.ni on ti e one baud, and Abolitionism on the
other. Iu the ri.mth, tho Disunion element
predominates iu the Demi 'Ciatic Party; from
an ilnerior position in 1S-ji, when the patriot-
'i.-m of the masses was fully aroused, it has American press of Louisville and the country .
j arisen to a superior in 1S03. That element , ye would be pained to see a state of facts
j now gives law to the Party; it is preparing for ; w,;t., would fmcj us to tuake so graves
jav.gorotis atiempt to etl'.ct a separation of charge against any native American, whatever
ithe slaveholding from the uon slavehol Jing his politics, aud we shall indignantly repel and
! States, upon questions growing out of the en- joUunce without btint whoever shall assert
actmeiit of the Nebraska and Kansas territo- j u against us.
rial laws. It is now more dangerous because i ,"' T .
I 'I le l.lection To-Dar.
'really more powerful than at any former period j Quf rwl(1(jrs wi1 remBIIlber lUh 5s t!ie day
1 of its history. In the North, Abolitionism, ; api,oillttd by the Governor for the election of
having shorn the Democratic Party of its ! a Suireine JllJjW tor the Western District, lor
strength, has asstancd the name of llepuUi-1 tlie w&t 1Jo VftC.int by lIl6 resi.nft,ion of
, cams,,,, and under the lead of the arch agila- Jl(ge Tutu.n lf ,fuckson. Atumsu the mein
; tor, Mr. Seward, is making a bold and deter-' ,.f t!je Biir m dly aI1(j VBrU,ua other
; mined ttlm t to bring public sentiment to a ,por,ion9 the Slate, hav. expressed a prefer
iK.int of hostility to the Souih, which must ence fl,r Archibald Wright, Eq, of Memphis,
eventuate Miner m civ il war or the humiliation
and ruin of our section of the Union. In recent
elections, ihe American Patty, Hue to the
Custiiution and the Union, has interposed
and by a m u.ly struggle deprived Abolition -
im iu its new guinf, of much of its power for
mi chief. It has forever destroyed the prestige
of S-eward and the Van Hure.is; and com-
mended itselt to the country as its wall of tie-j
fence against ihe et c.niesof tne Union, North
and South. The honest masses who are wont
.... i . ,
to j"iu " no par.y mai does not carry the ll.tg !
and keep step to the music of the Union," will,
we doubt not, find in this result suflicient in
ducement to act wiih the Americau party in
Entcrtaitiing these sentiments, we shall make j Students of the Law Department of Cumber
Americanism the distinguishing feature of the Hand University, at Lebanon," in June last.
Pitriot. Nevertheless, we shall not be led off
aiur one idea to the neglect of other imMir
t mt interests. It is quite as much our purpose
U cater to the general as the political tastes of
our readers. The News of the day, whether
Po'itha'. Commercial, Legislative, Sricntlfi c, f
r Literary, shall have appropriate attention j
daily. Indeed, our object is to furnish the :
public with a newspaper as perfect, in all its
departments, as tlie means and facilities afford
ed by our city render pos-iMe. On this head,
we will not say imre. We do not wish to
seem prol'u-e in promises; much preferring to
let the future speak for itself. Wo ire rather
teai Uil that the kind and too complimentary
natiniT iu which our contemporaries hae
.bought tit to make mention of us, has already
lised expectations not to be realized, and we
W old not increase them. However, we would
ae it undersbood that we have g.tie intotl.b
nterprise with a spirit and a determination t.
utrit the encoiiiijtns brstoed on ns, and i'.
V) d:t t of steady and assiduous industty, thai
nd can be attained, we bo; to attain it.
We de-ire to make our paptr tbe medium 01
nv)ing to the public contributions vt
t.ljtcts of interest trom able writers, and wt
ereby iuvite such to make u-e of our col
ur.n, lakirg care, however, not to tuake tbeii
otomunicationa too long.
In conclusion, we add, that it will give Dr
.uch satisfaction, at ull tin.es, to confer will
ur political friends, and we Lope to lave tb
..Ivautage f their advice and counsel opon al
pN-alions of iuUreat coBcected wlt!i the Atatr-
' Uhat .aiue are Wortlx
'. "Frikkd aftkr Friesd Dcparts. The name
of the True Whig is dropped by the new editor.
The people must not be reminded of Whigeerv.
A iuggetiv natneds adopted : Patriot PAT-RIOT.
Loon out Paddy I t'fiiou and Amirican, of Thuri
This article ! brief but poitteilly "suggti
tite" It suggests the pectiliar sensitiveness of
that editor and his party generally as to names.
No party is more indebted to a name, orhtmld
iatt.icb more importance tosuch comptiratively
Itrivittl things than tLenii-d -rn democratic par-
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name may catch the ear or win the heart of
He assumes that the new name is taken in
order that Whig and Whiggeiy may be dis
carded from memory. Not so. The hallowed
name ol Whig and the cherished principles
whi. h that, party advocated, and the glorious
: ri&Uti hy ril)t anj violence. We inler this
i,,.., al t.a;,tbut sincerely trust our infer-
be WVt)lt Ve ,,ol,e t!,e eJiI(s f
UfdoU tf(- Amt)icuii Wll Ill)t itl tltJ out!et
uf ((Ur ej.lon il colnbat drive us to the disa-
gi t-c-ab!e necessity of treating such a charge as
n deserves. A groundless charge of this cha-
racier is as disgraceful and dishonorable to
' imi wt0 )Hkes it, as if true the act would be
to him who did it. We hope the conductors
t,f tiat journal have not descended so low as
to emulate the infamy of their Louisville
brethren in uttering tut foul a libel upou the
tlmt t,enIe,U!1I, ias positively declined to allow
: Iiume , be ust.j in tlliU Cl,nilectio,u TI,e
- onlj can,ii laies to-1 .y are M.c j ih Bulloch.
E.(J lf Jrtt.k!lun, aial jj Wm. II. Harris, of
; tie ,,rt.a occupant by appoint
: ment frum Governor. Mr. Buil-ch is an
j Allieric.,Ui ad a gentleman every way worthy
jot tfl0 position t...tli by tl.o c n-ti, ui ion ..I lib
tt,IK.r anj ,;,!. Judge II. has heretofore
jaCtea witI, ll)e Democratic party. We hope
iuvm. man wil vu. nil( et ,be ..nblic Setise
i . . 1 . .
be lull v arrived at. o nuire importaut eltc-
tiou will ever be held in ihe Stale.
Addkejs of John F. House, Esq. We have
received a pamphlet copy of the " Address of
Jons F. House, E-q., before the Alumni and
Mr. House is one of the ablest young men in
the S'ate, a lawyer of high attainments, and
an orator of brilliant promise. He isdestimd,
at no distant day, to occupy a .prominent po
sition in the front rank amongst the intellect
tua! worthies who adoi n the liar of Tennes
see. The address before ns is in his happiest
ryle, "! will be read with delight by all into
whose hands it may fall.
Fkee Baxkiso Law Small Notes. The
Senate on Thursday last passed on third read'
.ng. a bill repealing the Free Banking Law, and
a bill prohibiting all the Hanks in this Sta'e,
except the H ink of Tennessee and branches from
8-iiing notes of a les denomination th;tn fit
JMar. Ho rapid multiplication of Free Hanks,
.nd the immense nnmler of small cotes which
'Uve been put in circulation by them, have
iiven rise to eriou apprehensions, as to th
undotr8 of the Free Hanking policy ; bene
hee ineascres of reform. We are not at pre
ent preparet! to give an opinion, as to the pr..b
a'nbty tf their pa-sage in the House of P.ep
ieten a h es.
Witx Said. The Memphis Enquirer rt
maiks: Now that our Democratic Anti American
rit rnls Lave fuor.d that they cannot lilt ihe
Americau Party, and thatCarseabod.e r.o
ood, we trust that the reign of better inanmss
nd a better feel. ng between the two parti-
-vill begin. Let every debator, evert eli or,
very politician, Hik Co argument aid rea 00.
If the American Party and iu platfoita cant ot
e sustained by argument, we dei e to f
a. ih van:h like a mist of tbe morning. Hut
e scorn all mere vitoptration and ahos, f.r
-re know that oar party is a m mat the 00 1
of the country, our whole couutry, and noLU
iDf but our country
Am erica u National Courention.
The President of the National Council has
addressed, through the L misville Journal, the
ollowing cards to the American Party. They
are upon an important subject, and should be
promptly responded to:
"k'o THE AMERICAN ORDER IN TIIE UNITED
National Americas Cocncil, )
Executive (Jjjire. CoHffim, Kg. ;
NoveuiOer 2$, 1 655.
Be it known that at the annual meeting of the
National Council in June, 1S."j5, the following reso
lutioa was adopted:
li-K'JvfJ, That a Convention, for the pjrpose of
noriiiiatiiig ran.lidatea for the Prsidency and Vice
Presidency.be held in PniladelphU on the 221 of
Fetiruary, 1 856, to he composed of Delegates elected
by the Sub rdinate Councils, one in each Congres
sional District, and two by each Stale Council, as
i Seiutoi l.-.l UeJ.'gites at larga.
j In consequence of the existence of this resolution,
(and to give it fill i fleet, I hereby pioelaim ami
make it known that, without delay, "the Councils ol
tne. urder in each Loi.nn -s-iouul Di-tnct in e-ch
State, and that each State Cju icil, shall proe-ed to
elect Delegates to represent them in said Na'imial
Convenlion, appointed by said resolntio:-; and, t
secure a full representation, it is recommended that
for each Congressional and Sute Delejjat-, two al
ternates be al the same time chosen bv eaen Dis
trict atid State Cotmc I. E. B. 15 A UTLEl'T,
President National Council V. S. N.' A.
TO TIIE AMERICAN ORDER IN THE UNITED
In accordance with Section 3 of Article 3 of the
Constitution of the National Council of the United
Slates of North America, authorizing the President
to call a special meeting "upon the written r quest
of five delegates representing five State Councils,"
the provisions of f-aid section having been couipli
ed with, by the authority of said constitution, no
tice is hereby given to the several State Councils
and to the delegates to the National Councils that
there will be a special meeting of said Count il to
be holden in Philadelphia on Monday, the 18'h day
of February next, for the transaction of such busi
ness 8 may be brought before il.
E B. BvRTLETT.
Pie3't National Council U S. N. A.
JSf We are much gratified to perceive that
the newspaper press is speaking in terms of
high and just commendation of the very able
Address deliveitd by T. S. Foster, E-q., before
the Mechanics1 Institute of this city, in the
early part of last month. We subj iin para
graphs from a pa r of them:
Mr. Fostkk's Apiike-s Werepubi-di, in to
day's paper, an Addr-ss delivered by our former
owin-mau, d'urner S. Foster, Esc , liefore the Me
chanics' Institute of Tenne-see, al Nashvil e, on the
6ih ull. We commend it to -very lover ol the beau
tilul, as well as t.lni votaries of the useful arts of
life. It is a prodmtinn which inaiks the author as
a man of a high ord r ol intellect, t-videi cing ahke,
masterly grasp of the su j et, and a fell appre
ciation of ihe iuijioi tanee ol the Meehtnic Arts, as
one ol the treat eleva'.ors of the human rai-e to
t ue dignity in the scale of being. Flor Gazelle,
J3T" We reid the above Address with ver great
pleasure. It is a cracclul and I i illiant oiation, and
exhibits fine pow. rs of thought, and great beauty
ol eipres-ioo. Il H a enluv on Uhoi and eii.it)
iis, truly, the mechanic not uier Iy as a in tei.iue,
but as a po-1. Verily, ihe aichilect who plans a
: DUUUniK must navt- tuemolel previou-iv a guerre
Otyped in his wn mind; and the machii.i-t who
i constructs the etijiine, must have previous!) seen,
I l.i his "mind's eye," every wheel, and ciai k. ami
I v ilve, and piston, riMolvingai.dat wmk This is
poetry iu its truest sense; it is iniagiia'iin making
j her own creations tangible. Mr. Foster has wrought
i out this idea beautifully, and we thank him sincere
ly for ao. hour of intellectual pleasure. Mem Eiiq.
The Foreign Parly.
The Anti Ariieriesn papers are beginning to feel
very sore at beiiii; braii'ied as organs ot ihe foreign
ptrty. They say that there is an in-L-nilicant
for-iin vote in the South. They don't like nick
names. They have called the American ptrty the
"mushroom conspiracy," the "dark lantern" party,
and have been veiv prof a -e in the us., ol the "niiir
derers," "thus," "church burner-," "thieves,"
"midnight conspirators," and everything vise that
is vde aiidciiiniii.il towards the individual niemoeis
of the American party. They have ahu.-ed America
and American.-; they have insulted the nalive-liorii
ol the country bv pro. mum 1114 th- ra until to govern
the m-elves und lauding to tlie tkies tne reat m i.-s
of foreign iiuigrant- as the only people in this
country tit or capat.le of exercising ihe rights ol
popular sovereignty, and now l'or"ootn they oi j.-ct
lo b called the organs of ihe foreign party.
There is betoud doubt a foreign party in America.
! The (iermaiis and Irish have organiz -d tioliiicul
associations ax lieriiiana and lii-li a id not as
Americans. They .re opposed to Amei icanisin.
They deprecate Aiiieriean nationaliiy. They have
found that they weri able to control by their mer
cenary Vutcs the 1 1st Pr.sidential th clioil, and tin y
hope ty a coiieentrattm of their strength, aided bv
the Anti American native born citizens, to continue
to control all our Slat and ualioual elections. Thev
have even determined lo do so by force of arms if
necessary. Against this coiii'ihulioii ol foreigner
the Americiiii party ia contending The Ann iiciins
are stang.ling 10 reuin the bnth ri-ht given to
them by 1 heir fathers; they are endeavoring to
preserve the American institutions nhiih were
founded by the heroeil of the revolution; they are
seeking to perpetual the American I,, ion and to
defend it ugainst foes at home and a iroad. They
constitute a national; an Ameiieun party opposing
the insolent augres.-ions of forvigtit n, and those
who oppose them iKH only deserve, but are really
the aiders and abetters of fereign. rs and cm only
be known as the organs of the foreign party.
Th) A111 licaul urt).
From U.e Charlcjton New;.
We have witnessed ltie womirom flow and then
a very prompt ebb of Know Nottiiugi.-m, and now
can Ui.-ceru ihe couiu.ei.cing itflui, u..der the
changing auspices of Autericaiiism. iUny defects
t riors and even madiuss produced the former re
sult; Out a ueplh of acnliiiiciit, good and vast, will
develop the latter. Il will tome roiling from the
louiilains of the great popidar heait, which begins
toyiaru lor 1011.-1 rvaiive politics, sou:iu lei.-lu:ioit
and high nationalized character. To liiese lis aspi
lations ina have lo wing iu way still ihiou-h bIoi io
and clou 1, but its upwatd slrulc w ill probaUly
ytt attain to uilehty and serene heights.
1 be laie. Alassachusrlts and New V 01 k elections
have indicated this udux and rilil l ii lei cy. The
genuine AtUelicali pallv has comuielictd to slough
oil what of vicious had bicoim attached lo it, and
to show that its true beut a lo beaiiny ualioual
action. It sp it iu Massachusetts. Ihe Abolition
wing, fuing with similar (actions, nominated Kotk
wtlL. The ualioual and pure poilion rallied around
Gov. Gaidner, tbe man who had, in firm regard of
Coimlilutiou antj ju.t.-e, Vitoed the ouUaeous
proceedings of the La-gialalure againai Judge Loiing
tor Lis noble peilonuatice of duly iu the rendition
of a lugitive slave. A though Seuaiois Wilson and
?u nei, the Aboliliou etiuts, t-x rled every tloit
and tacucs against huiK the true Am-rlcan const r
valive spirit bore him Iriumphaiilly tliioiigh, and in
rebuke ol Ihe ma Joe , which, aa we had seen, had
"ruled the hour." Uagachueiis i- somewhal re
deemed, and Aineiicain, once reviled Know No, h
ings, uid it.
fco iu New York, the turt unaJulurated of its
parties the uuluscd Na'ioual Aiuericaua, Lae
achieved a still more bnHuol and important tti
Q i.ph. It has beaUD Die faction ol the arch Abo
lioon a-ifaUir Sewarol It was reset ved for theiu
Ij do il, and none but they could do it. Lei South
rn revders cease, and bang thrir diiuini-bed hia !,
b fore this marked ev.-iil of our po ileal world,
libt this was only balf their glorious woik.
lJietiion, produced by Abolition, caaed the
Americau party to lose Ihe Ute election iu I'enns)!
vania. That deleal will purity il there, and .Uce
it 011 the wore conservative basis of its New Yoik
Ureihren. Having the real majority, Uiis will tu
sure its triumph iu PeiiusylvaLU iu tne Pr aideulinl
AUlio-gti tbe N)Uth f enerally ha 1 not the aaga ;
city to aopredate American iu. uor the lul Itc
rompiitu Je to Uy 1-o.d upou and devel. pe i. real !
m rila, which wuuet have iiow proved toil 'a tower
I strength, y el the Aiumon paity Lave caiticd
iwo tf:h of the Sttlheru Co:.greeuieu.
Sign are favorable itii.l l!u Auieiican party will
carry the Preside u.wl eioctiou.
VEUAwXDAH HOT. L
pi!K utser.bt-r hariag dlsjuaed f th Crutcher H.aiae,
. KMKiirinr, uuin.Fsnniinii;iniiipi j
eetioo, and mod. r.ie Dilia, I., strcl a l.be.al ti.sra tl a-
"JlU i l ...kiii.. .... !
Tl ST4o I rriCI Is kept at thU l!-.Ul,eorrof UJar i
aadt herr, ,u.,CKsitUi. rol om !
AITON t0'"N't, gapu
L,U Hr. T For th oaoing year, a ovaslbrtabi !
L welling Hmkm, ti. rr unrt, aril Sk (oath ol
taoenla MaJ, oonUining aa: roosts, wuh 4 meg toum. I
nchn kd os Jar ta lha basaavenl
R. A. KALLOWr,
octSS Oeat Agt, a a. IT Oea-lcruk n.
L ILVlU EILlHtr.
Oflee of Ute NaalTilla City Kill, eorair of Calieg-
aad Ipiiflf Itmu.
)j e. HAMsrixp a ra .
Innovativn upon Our Laws A Corner
From tiie X. T. Express, Nov. 24. .
The attempted. ceremony, of laying , the corner
stone of a new Roman Catholic church on Sunday,
in Bath, Maine, with a flag raising and other pompous
exhibitions, we are sorry to say, was put a stop to
by a crowd wbo c!i. n'l ih nk t ie exhibition a d act
appropriate to ihe day. As we are among those who
believe ia observing the laws, we shall never sane
tion or countenance any tiling like mob interference
to put don even a public abuse, believing that
legal means and remedies are the safest correctives
of all abuses. At the same time we feel found to
'condemu that contempt of public opinion, in tris
jeouiitr, which, in a. spirit of open detiuiiee oi"Fle""
sentiment and hahiisol the people, would rrick out
i-o unnecessarily the Sbb.i;h ly to perform an a.-i
i which evtry Protestant Sect would h-ive d -enie l
'onlv appropriate to a week d:iy. The Deimnntie
i pKisses, abcliate making out so bad -a ease for
jsoine few ot tie l'rolrsliiiH of Daili, ought als to
istale the pr.Toct!i.ii which required hit -i fereuce
from the mayor and police.
! bishop Hashes has recently, upon for-ign soli,
jsaid, iu substance, that "it the native Aiin-ii' at.s
tare drssaii.-fivd with the political aggres-ions of foi
liigners and of the Roman- Catholic Church in trie
! United Stati s, they inav piuk up a quick! i as lh"i
can, and Ifaxe . country
Some of the irt.-h iu Cincinnati, we read, have
been circulating a paper for contributions, with
these portentous words embodied in it :
"H e therefore solicit your donation in ai 1 of an
iudepelideu Irish but tuliou, to hieh we can all lk
with pride, and which will be placed Iy ymid t. rem it
nf Ht'V'eaiilli.iriii, when a duty we me too Lttmi of
ourbirlh cal s upon us lo u-"e theiu."
I'oes any s one mau dou'it, f r a moment, the tru
olij ct of arming Hie Irish, "inJ-'rnJent of i-'la'e
aiitiioritti " It is solely lor tlie purpose ot aiding
the cause of foreiguism in America
Nor is tins all; there has b en a propo-ition for
the orguniz ition ol an armed G'ei n mi league through
out ihe United States. The proposition comes
from a writer iu a German paper ia Texas. The
outline is :
"1. To form in every town, where there is a
suffici nt G. rrnan population, one or more guard
companies, who hall lurni-h thiir arms,
2. I hi uuilonu must be everywhere the same,
to preserve t qu .lit w. The nniforin is necessary to
prevent confu-1011 and to distinguish our friends.
3. The arms mu-t be everywhere the sam. ; and
we recomniend as the best the ari of the l urneit
4 A member of any company shall be recognized
as a member wherever there may be such a compa
11 v foiiard. All th.- companies in the United Stuies
musi be in connection with ihe Chief or leader.
5. The decade sstem is the most commendable,
viz: every ten members to constitute one decade,
and have one leader, who, in ease of iieces-ity, can
call together his tune comrades'. 1 he leadeis then
eh ct their offii: rs. Five decades Would be enough
fur one comp ny.
These proposals are only sketches, and are left
to be corrected To stir up the Germans was my
only object, atid I have done so. Help yourself.
WILLIAMS- DKENSAX On Ih- 29th iiiM., by the UeT
! Ivo Sehatt. M. . Henry P. Williams to li.'e Fuiiuie M. Itrunan
both of lli 3 city.
M'LLE TESESA PARODI
KdSl sve t Mrnnimv ha' h. r eer.n-t. stel 'ait bt one.
otan.i Conreri in Nshvi le will tae J.I..C al
ODD FELLOWS' TALL,
(fatarday) rvEning, Decembfr 1st. 7855,
On which oci-.is n -h witl heaii-tel by MADAME AMFI.IA
PAfr T KO-0 , ihe His i gnished Contralto, and M'j
NOK LEONAKM, the emin.-nt Birit-me.
MAURICE STftK -CM Cosdcctos am fmaen a.
The "rnfuume tia- b-en crefu'ly s.-'e'-lfd and w;l he
unappriarable in v .ri. ty. It will enn'alri i, m from the
rreitl ma too' Ca:--1!!', aLr. d and Popular Miiiic,
OavToa'O M.-ndelmm. i Tasca-W R-inl
R. bk .t Meve-beer. I N"k"a K- i jui.
KN'iLi h B OX4D W st'lace. I Osuroato Hand -J.
It l'I' fl I.AMMKKMil Din:)I'!i,
Tua LKLMhRiTrO) i.i. i. I Wamz, by Iiuuim.-1.
A''IIH. Ht 50-
D "rs op?o at tX C -n -ert to wra rtw at 7.V
ty" Principal Tick-1 'flight Mr Mi-C'ure'a Mnie 'tore,
t.'mon r.---t, wh"re SerU maybe secured ffT-wuhoiit
cX'i-a cliaiui- J
Mo dav I i-i e St, last Toneort of MMe Paro 'i, with
j an entire change nf i'r gnitime.
I NoTICK.--T'eket taken for Tliursday las', and n -t vet
j o-i, me ko .d for th ev'-uirg. ! ci 2'
i P.EN'KFIT OP MR. CIIAVFRU
UTI!FN W g Albof'in will I'ppe'r a the French Fny
und l.'ze. ICr Ch liifrau as Mo.-e mi ithe Wild Arab
of the D st rt.
piitU'd.ty evening, I)e-mler Nt, will he acted
I HUM II IV.
In which Mi.n Albertlnc will sustain six cl:aracfer.
Previous t which a variety of ctit.-rUiiiments and the
HOM: IX lLltOKMl.
MOSK Mr. rBNrstc.
LtZE Slis-i ALaiitriNc.
JIr. Goodwin's Grand Assembly
will y.Kie ruct o
'2 11 '! a , ' 1 re l-vr I li .
At mi Fsiicws' lUu. it Tu'cl-hk r m.
Mil GOOOWIN has been (KMi.-ite-l to ttvich another
inoiilli, n .nil sniniriiee f iriniD; Cia-i nu Sulur-
t, D.-eeruln-r tlrsi.
Terms, per month. Six Dollars.
"Notice to Stockholders
OK TilK NASIIVICLK AN.'J Cll A rr A O0'i RII.R0AD.
AN Tlection of Fifteen "Directors to manage 'he
alTOr" of the ii.mpary for t.'.niex tear, i I be t.eidat
Muifreeshnrnuifh on Wmsnsniy 'he 12 -day of Oeeen N-r
rent. stockhoMers a uual, ill l eirrted over the rod
free on the day of, ami dy after the eler'lon, by showing
their CertificaUs of Stork to th OnnducUirn.
W. A. OLEAVK9,
decl M Treasurer and Secretary.
I have in ftore S 1 0 1 ken HIOKNHERO VR'g JfVJ.
A I A N ILS. We will ontiuue 10 re. lvc Iht-ni tlu
rii the iraj.ii, an. I f irrinn th m lo ih ci'-i tr lie, at
rll'ToBL'till FiUCrJ), ifreiR'il anled )
oerl W II. tiOHDilS CO.
JOHN II A HAG E,
42 College Stret, Naibyille,
HOOTS, SlltltS Ai ItllObA.NN,
117 Lt:ti.l l.K A.VD RET A IL.
IIIAVF now vn hint, a Larue ami Oei.eral A ortment f
the b-l mai.u'H' iui e for C ti and Coumrv Trtd
Mer hanii an ' V. .inter l'l flvl it t tie Ir aJr.utfre to
ex ni.i my slack : t .repu ih im.
d-U JOi!l RiMtOK.
TRUNKS! TRUNKS ! !
Or the best SoLL LEATHKR, and it every giie ami
Biijjy T'links, Vulises, Travt ing Daif and s.frh-j. a
U-gc assorlmrnt. JoiiV RAM Hl,
dec 1 4 ' Col.rjfe Kireet
V EG RO B"in 'd Ti.lck Bo-.u, extra t ies ; Kip Bouta
i. 1 and Brugsns al lowtal prwiea.
JO IV RAtf:,
d(c! 4i College street.
Read About Blank Books, &c.
At tha Mason fur opening new Acoiunl HkUfsl p
pruarhing. I w. uid invito the altenti n uf tS." iutrnd
tug to buy. I. my stork of blank Huoks. The-M Bk art of
the I rut quality of paper, and caiiDt fail to nut ci.e.
I sin al prepared to furnish Couuting-h .uw, with Pai-er,
Ink, and In short, rv..ry de cript on of Slatiuuery, a,! tt
Unr. p. ice.
dect ICQ CIIA tE5 W. 5TiITir.
FOR NEW" 0iLcA3S.
TU' S iml Sjaen.lid Fre irht ndl " " i
I P-nvrr S earner, ri'wRKi.'- -rftw- Vi J
LAVD, M l K II H. is Maler- "-. .ra-k. aarfa
S. l. 1'u.aw, Clerk, will leaTf Ux New Oik-ansan 1 all 111. ei
Bwlite oorts on I'ex !iturilay inoriung alJdo'doik.
tor i'reiaht or pjj.i s apply on board, or In
H- It. JIARRISOV.
d. ct-lw .Ajt'nt
West ashli!!c Propfrlr!
VVX virtue fif a dee-ee 1 f the Chancery C-nrt at N vdtl' e
I I in Ihe ra.-e of K I1-. NcS.ii'y au I ih- rs r. Mrs C. f.
M and others. n the ararul-ea. Utt i.J on utuum l.1
C l. Lrlen, Cerk t M 'r. .e will.
0a Wednesday, the 12th iast.,
Exp at truhl e sl. FIXTY fOt R LOTS In WV.t Saahrtlle,
tt eiat all the p.iefty I Wt -tivUI bW..n u thm
etil- of lh Late N. A. i;.-N.ry. Tlie Sr.is a- ti is:
a litmt - No's 44. nl ttat tuif .f fj.
On Mc4k St eel 1: 4. .nd W .t fc-if f i
On is-mniuliraiie ei'ect I'i, I.T, lis aiid l. 173 has a
i n .i. ilwr.Unj! on :.
ift !,! si.-ret :,. v?,i-4,i'i. -j ;:. 2;s,9, jm,
5Ti. ::i 2Ti. 274. "4,5, ,ai.:, a m aik an!
.31-.'.. IS tl -
On ti t Stre-t-Si'.'. t.A, 14. tt.1, K, iZ. S 4.
i.,..l,,i..i'Vl ,'i..l,l.,: ,3 4,1, J,3I..
1 1 in VI. trv filiwt a.M XljL 1 Mi ...! St.?
tm t on fl-eel - :t7 ) it4 S-t.
L- ts 7, , and H't. '-o Lne,. ?treet,tn--!t,iKe.M
Houeh.a., Wril, e.. nd wia b--! all t.-ther. ,th h
i p'ovemefit. T!.e .lowtion t i..e B.! in. irT,rt.i,,.g
W,u is . ne ef th Uat.dst.iuea a the Be-.MrUvJ of S whvvie.
! and wJl make
A IitsiRiPi r FAMILY IfJIMt't,
f""11 ' -t'r poiU. a of tlwf Ci'y. T'ua Je la
-r u J"T"-et"-t--ig ttp r-oa. it is po-itlv
an is '4l earBrsity In-
til lo this ;. , aa it ttubracw sons) of like haudsaws kla
la We- N-hViIte.
TIRM Or "ALT.-A credit of one, tsr an I Ihrea yea
1 vxrfea wayauia la Batik, aaUstactwiI secured, bearu Ua
twreat, wihI a Urn rtainL
s, wifi eswsMKs pr-mpiiv at II a'cVurk, vita toM S T,
Jos, and M0, tni-uding O-a lw--ll.r.g oii:hw aa aauai.
UN ILEY A CUytam, W CoCega tt.
I. X. CkAXUCa. AucIummt. erl 14
; Churc i at the usual hours, morning aad night, by
I the Pastor, Rev. Dr. Bos a, on to-morrow.
. vf Kauoioca "otic. Rev. J'aa Faaxas, of ?t Jnhna,
i ' New Brunswick, will preach at the First Baptist
' Chun-hat VX o'clock tomorrow morning. Subject: Tit
Claims of Pure Tran.la't"in of the Si ripcura.'
Preaching aad Baptisiual Service at night bj Eev. W. H.
Tv G"EAT rcak ros RHKcaiTi.- The M'tm ef th
! ' Kichinond Kepuliean f ieceinler i4th, t-3i, uv
that Carter's epautih l xture b no qi c' nhJi- e.
, They hd a ruu in their pre-a ro-no aSt ctei with violent
j 'it-rcuri.-il E'utuiatuni, who w- cou'inu.o y eiui,)Uin:ng of
; mi-ry in the t:u-k, li:nls an I j 'ts. -hui eves had become
ft-v ri;h a'.d nintery, neck sm.lien, lio-oal r, an t a.: tlie
i) "i. t tu-1 f it' run atii'ti, ei.chincii with gcAf!. Two
I bj;t!ei of Cartor's ?;-.ith M-atu'e enred him and, tn a.
, eiiipirwl notice as abr.ve, tli-y bear Ustii'iony to in wornler
ful t S cs. and sy hir nnty reyret , Ih ail S'ltr-rinJ wiih
rt'-;ns- of the b:od are not .re of ih-: exiatetce of soch a
! ir.edit-in. The' cheeru Iy rrcommend it.
! fe-; they cerliScate and notice ia lull around the bottle.
T3 THaOgRtiASd have proliieel o-ne very excellent
t"- reu;e ue f.r varum d:-ea-e-i. Amfin wl.irh iway
. be e-.f.;d "Dr. Hex 3 mil's Cricbrati.-d Eltur!.,, fiT aie
; ty C. M. Jtekion and u-ed wrh refaik-b.e sevens iu
Liver Cym.ilHint, lauiLiic.-, f)yyepi. Nervous Debi'rtty.
and a (H'livr il HeranKemont o( the Smnm-h. H' fandiy
Disp.itch nvi (.f this mednine: " We f -el ronvinrtd, that
in the U3e f :ht Grrman (litters he patient do n-'t b-ctane
d hilitaiid, b it cont int!y gainfl s renzth and viir-r to th
fnn a fct worthy of con;d -ration. The Jtitteit are
pvasant ia taste and in stre L and eo be adtnail tere-l an
d.r a: y circumtin..e, toihe movt d licate stomach Indeed
the. can be n-et by all jwrnrnu wi h the most perfen sa'y .
j It would re well for those who ar much aflt red in the nr-
: vous ystem, to commence with t.ne te nptionfat. or less, and
gridu.tily increase. We "peak from experience, arid are, f
course, a proper judge. The press, f .r and wide, save nni ti
ia rtcnmmi-ndn.g thetiermaa Hitt r, an ' tn the a3S.i-ted we
' most cordially advUe their use." dee advertisement.
I Paor. Wood's Haim Kiotoativ. Th tetiaiory of al
I who hav tt orooghly tested the virtues of thr eele rai. J
arwle, is, thU it will restore the gray aaa lb nald.eradica-e
d sea e of the f'calp, preserve the b tr Uli ng, and pre. re
the coinr perfectly to extreme old age. It ia now pat up
both with and without sediments. Pee advrtiaemer.t.
WILLIAM L. MORSE LL,
UK A i.i: It IX
Dry and vparkling fatinba,
NO. 35 EAST THIRD STREET,
j) ln-ly CJSCiyXATI. OHIO.
lloifl n l'- German f i'ters, prep i red and sold by Dr
j Jckn. n, at ihe German Medical store, 'SO An h Sir. ef,
1 Pliil.Klciph'a, daily increase in th ir well desereel ceM r t.v.
j ',r the cure of all diess arising from Vrangennt ot the
hYtr. Thee It tters, h .ve indee I, praved a kl-iiig to tl c
I atUn-ted, who show tseir gratitndu bv tho Itvwt fl ttePi g )
, te-l m .uial-. Tnis medi- itie hus etabl'sbed i ftse'f a n ine !
; th it co.uietitors, however wily their rchmite-, or .-elu. t:e
' ther promis. i, c.innot reach. I- gaineal the put ifc :if). ,
d nee y the immense heneflts that have been derived from i
it, and w:;l ever maintain its poMtioa. j
See advertisement. nov14 tm
BUSI.NESSN0TIC6. " j j
Modern Myterie Kxpl une.1," h ch has been enomi !
naled ' TVe Giant W..r ol the Ae " has last been receiv
ed bj fh..ries W. Si iuh In this boja Pn-tesaor. Mi.han, f
Old , !i s met ir.tiu.i-m on iu ow ground, mu mg an i
txp ai-ing by th laws of S ien v, ad ih t ll-itc-'td lai-ts
which hvi- bv the sup.-rslili m been aUrihuted U ' . piiii
Uil ji tlu -iice "
XEW HOOKS j
A MEaOIS 0 S. 8. PRENTISS.
TON", NKLSi'N if : tavtj jst rere. ved ai'reih supply
I of new i'ulil c iti"n-, -u.'h u-
Life of Sergett S. Pientiig ;
C jut tn, oi a full me nuir of tills distingvibhed and tai
! Catii die ar.d Protestant "Mations Cotapared.
, In liii-ir thr-e toi l ri'U'ions to Weal'h, Rnowie'ge and
. Mor.il ty. Ky Rev. N.iMile.-,n Kouw !l, ia Par:.
The Contrast between Good and Bid Xn.
j Lliistrjte.l ny the Itiottr ipliy and Truilts of llu- llible.
I 2 vois., bvo. liy tt. Sp inf.
RELIABLE GOLD PEXS.
SiH'l'AKD'K AOi'el'N I ANT. B KKKI,, CO.MMRt'IAL
j a id KNlikOSrllMi t ol.li I'KNH are acunwledaed, t j the
I hi t B ok-Keveers in h c ly, to tie the ' est and m ,st red
, hi, I'. n s..'d in ihi- market. An ad-lit rnal fupply cf the
1 various kin. is have J ia' tx-en rec. :v- d by
j TOON, NKt.soK A C i, 44 fnin St.
I'if Best quati y Pns warranted for six mon'hs from
s ile We rcoiir- p-.rs t i te r. turne I lraiirl.t in the -priLf ,
i to entitle the purch.t..er to another on the w.trraiil.
m:u i;m.i.iu ikmiks.
W. T. BERRY A CO , h ive iu reeeiv d
TIIK I'LI) PIUNTKR AND TilK MoDtK.V PRtSS. By ;
Charles Knigt t. '
OVJl. I'POS A TtMK. By Knight. j
Jo.lN'ON'S TYPOrR APII Y. H vols.
TH ': LAND WE LIVK IV. A Literary and Pctorial
Sketch-Hook of the Bntiah Empire. By Charles Knight.-
i vols .Ivo. ,
IMLF IIOfRS WIT'J THE BEST AL'TIIORa. By
Charles Kn';.'ht. 2 vols. I
LEA HN i.Nir AND WORKING Fix l.etts con-crntn
this Time and t'.ie Tone of Old. By Frwdnrick Denisou
M .uil: , M. A., thap'ain of Lincoln t It, a.
AM S LAWRENC.
TOON, NELSON ft CO . Al Cnion strsa , wwaosajl alten
ti. n to their stock of Niw B-k is, jug recetved.V-
Diary and Correspondence (Extract Fma)
Of Ihe late Aa.sj Lawxknc; w U) a brief aaroant jnf
some uicid n: in hi li!.. Edited by ha aoa, William VI. '
Kswren. e, M. D. j '
ThaLidv of thaWeat; ' y
Or, I'he Gol.l Seekers. By Joha llWo.
TiiESAU&ua op English wobdi a phsla ,E3 -
So Classified and Arranired aa to FaeiliLsi th esp ei"n of
Lle.is, and Asnis lo Literary CuotaMiuon. By Prt.r
Mara Roet, la Boorwiary ef tha EavsJ Aa?iety, and
author of the "Urtdgewatwr Trati," etc. Revised
and Enlarg d; with a Li-t of Poaaaul Wowim aip Ix
rasseioN tsoat freqawntly occurring li works of gene
ral Literature, Defiowd in Kngluvlt, by ttarsM 8. ar, D.
I) , Secretary of th Machii;j Btr4 of Education,
a on. ted r-f several lot ary Gentataxen.
f f" A work of great merit, admirably an a.le.l a a text.
o..k f .i ;todan. twlleces, an I of high hwaiaranc- t- ev
ry Arr,.-f a: a h ar. tmong th awnser.. ( .mm, i. !
tion re. ved aval the pre-, in '.II diree-Uoti, the pub-it.cr
cud cll alt-r.tK to the 'ollowing :
We are clsd la see the T'ie.iu.-wa of Eng'Lh W- rts re-
pul.ii It.sl to bis e-un'ry. Ii is a ra4 vaa .iae woik, ri e
ii,i tha 'e-u u wi ax my vetrs' taliar, In ia iaipl t- c;-i-y
and i.rr-ng- O.e word- of the ka.g.ist tonga, mi as to fa-
ce't t the i-rart ee of eomp..loj. Ye rrsatw of an or
ion) lu-lioury U Uiexp.a a tla ts ung a wor. , who
tlw je tt uu T!iejiu is la Jk' a4 the w r I- by
licit toy given idea may be as s sd. J"utrt-im't ,
For aie by TOOS, k CO, I
ovIT 44 L'ul m street. I
BlUhl IIAi-tt UttaS!!!
fM MEDIATE WANTS gCMLIED AT Tl'E
KASHTIILE lAa FACTiST,
No. Ci uax Sr .-, -YAM
rtsw prensre-t to lurnt, ti sA a avis.'i notice. Corn,
W:-, ytoiir. r.rany d estptt w- a.GS rr i nred..t
eery m'-rste Bg ires. r'ari.es. asaiMis w onwn-
ry m y rely on pr. m.rt a.leatinu bsatg F' ' 10 ' nr,"r j
OL. Iuirri6 1) W. si. BILL. I
r rvioiR of S 8 P .rNTia. .
lAA. MsaaiAoa a Urrrxar
Cos a Asn vac las-row.
Taa Af '!iL
Twt. M . aai
Da-sat --y e-rsj
lissal till A-t t Wtvxs.
T lM peta).
!w s n.?.
ryrr1 ia y.
Jr.s -( Mimi.
Pts- s i or a Krit
IX 'ho tiiatruB
CaAOJJI W. BMlfil
I r iiki f.' M l.UV TIM
i ravalw Ai elgwul s- rw-nt .rf wm and
itrr -oiorrd Tie aai CraVal. a-'-.'l wd r -ale
n,ls J M. MeGllX.
) .t i
' upenor Wh te and laury 1'mos Ke G' -ve
n S -"- '- M ".
UK .tiUIMH'YMM vl''Tn
rnrl-Jot to Lual a;i luexst of haoJ -tu
c'fe. of Bj.a atd Fatia. I j sate t
n,.s U. Mv-GtXl.
llr-rTIM Ii-:v-rv W pat-era
J it. steilLU ,
Lawliest ajs4 ftot'rA H ru-k in t Store.
Cortieeof f . tu t Ce.lW
n.tnuLC! .tiauia :!
L iSKH-TtiN. bavmg rwaa I U, 5 A a'dUlAAyr
Bli"li.A, saeiu 4.1 . sod "Vv"--t.!J.'
, (It lu a rail at la H p, w w aurek j7L
sia au a'ib and I :k., a (i-iso-! 1;
DepoA, B will keap ecavALso'Jy ta t.aij s-Aprlv - V
ml .u.L.aa tuxsva, o wf S.N . -- UvVa and
I atcruaa w b., A 1 wutk se-.vd u n-t 4rs4 bsatier, j
A warsiUd. flVtf ,
tlVAXTtxAAsltxatlon as kK-fer ''
II aa m. by a n'Vma wtni g. t 4 U ftkt .
saaea. aiairwaa rrww w 4 j ta-asi-i
"AIIC CHEAT t;.t;TTER.
PRO.otCIS'l 6Z?"ZK 0P THB 0bXD,
- ; pR 60GiL4PtlICAL DICTIONAST,
Contqri;;aa.a p-r .ttraaJou.it of matte- than ary o.her tin-
j g o-iae in ihe Eogl h Language.
E21 ED BV. TK0.HA3, SI. D-, AN T. BAL25 WIT.
.-i-tui ir iiiui' oTBiia wexTLiuiia.
ai'vS; work.(opon which over fire years of eonlia
Iano and tlejiearcb, with a large outlay of money, ha N
exp l ied) hkj not been pQ'ili"h. .1 merely to supply C s
flcie ties of eir-ii:g G-et ee.J, bn: t famish a
j liU.t'duCAL DtLTtoXARV a -ch sh.aiid he ascem
; veb its deTirr, i i-r'-ci in .ts amiHi-inenl, ami a
pltt-lan I accu-ie in its elevation a ihe ti&T Dldtwii,
, t r'.saitsu l.ssutAr.a,
j Aimg t! e mans cl.iioj to tuprhrity which thi
ha or M ..liters f the kind the followmg :
lsH U is a lM,J.l.-v( I. GAZ.-.iTI R. a feature H
sentitl to the - n pi. i res or a He. gr th-al Iticiiona
to a Item s ay or im ctht lutein .
2-IJ It .n Hit- r.oe 2't.i. a,r. . .cog-apMc-,! If.
than "-.v "th r G tjrtt er ot tie V. or'il. A:: J 'be '.ot. '.
,p irrf.oi-t,nt m e wid a s.t. Itw.ii far more luitao.- k
fcfiicttr than in aiiy ..ihe' -imi r w..- k.
8d. -In regard t- 4'tl'KA 'rt and RKCENTSV33 of
formation, it wi'.l be t.nnd HKOu.j.a.b.y supenor to ev
orOeby uoITJ W. T. BERRY A
CALiiory. wokks, v : i
bow coapLrrs is six volumes.
JIM KI.ll.IVl O lit - . r(V..
novS W. T. BKKRY A C0i . .
jn. i:iii.iMr n ini.i.
Tbe Li'e of the Rt tlo .. ohn hi p-1 Curraa. By his sas)
Wm llej.ry Currati.w.th Notesaal AJdi'iona, by Dr. 8h4"
,1.1. , ' - . . . , '
BITS 0? BLARNtY. By Dr. & rhellor Mackv"-
WVBiTS AND ME By Dr. Doran, author of Tal
Traits. '2mo, eloth.
Dicasts l.rrria FH.as .1
LITTLR SKLL Froiulbe Old Juriosity Skop" of Cha.
Dickens limo, cloth.
ror saw ry
W. T. BERRY A CO.
11 A 1 O It 4 A Ml S T A T KSMEJI.
I tiie jffsT EMivr.yr
OKA rO US AXI STATESXEX
CF ANCIrlNT AND M00HRV TIMSS. ,
Containiig sketcnes of Ihe lives, spec, me us of their elo.
rnience, ant an estimate of ther genius. By Davis A.
Ha snM a v
I ord Chatlsm.
ilenr y lira tan. '
( liar es J ires Fox.
I rd Kr-kife
John i ,eli't ' rn.
Kich d I dtn y Mieridan.
Jn)tre st ipg.
P tri.i. II -nry.
J hn C Co'koun.
tun:e W ehsier.
One vol. 6o , cloth. Just reveivt d i.y
I RRY CO
THS LU E OF A f;BEAT OKAIOR.
I H LlKK or" S. s. I'KtNU.V. k-liu d by hi Brother.
8 vols 1 -'mo.
ext to H r rk ll--i ry, 3. 3 Prvn"'s w the yrea'esU
na'Cai rut. r ;h t hn. aii eared in t! is ei.iiB ry
I1, xx in,' wit I. . li "hi.-.-'ii, ni i lti ali.-Ds and hriihant
tiliute hi -pereti, pi.ur. d in pof i-t-.n fo ul.is lips b-.rne
on a torren: ot f- I im it h irre-i-nMy carried awv what
ever uui nee .e ailor s.-.. Hi- h l.i' we.e convivial, he
as a i r0.ee ia u.h J f I -.-tup, tu fun anJ d.te,
and n.. m .-vr x .! ' in in the grace wuh which be
told a st-ry H if-ii' . v
"S. 3 Preniii i one f the m. st bri'tinBl names whirtv7
a,torU' u- annalj 1 u w ir is a valuable o.ntri
ionn to :;ieiiian iter afore, iivl il roittisummt lion
Iy in; rest every a l. t e.' of tru gt-t.'.us and ei oina lo
quence " f"'H Tiiiif.
' Hi- pin iir cure r wesa brilliant one. Asa Iswyer, t
w e.oiid to r iie .1 Irs er. f.-a.wii 'n the r- ut'-we-', or if
ce te tlie trt i f u.e it, in the lau . " ' ' Mirror.
For salehy W. T. fcr.RKY A CO.
KiiUMK) t Ol'll.ts Jl.L!I
t LOYD'S K A r sl'sAMBOAT WuhK will be ready on
! J or all iui the X Ch -f October.
i First Aoplii'ation f 'e ti.
i Lite it J. and. En v.n.r . f he-first boat,
i lji'e. f oh-'t Falun. Kngiaviut. ' bis ttrst Americau Boat
i)l .he Itl; l.n lli v. f
; Hotter! Kuio-ii ami I.i "i-..'..i.'- fT-t i hio River Boat Cor
i reel Lutet.e Fill P.iiU.'UUr.
; L'lf rol-e'-i f .-t 'lo.O.
irr !. lirteLVlLe B tilt
'. k-s. ex:.k.-b.n on t: e vv,.-t,rn W iters, from arr-J 'ye- W'tness.
! M:ip if 'I e W,s:erti Waters; Towns, I loss ai
i oit iccea
! laid 'I w" crrec Iy.
: List of ft :m;ho 't kspltaiiotis sinew IS1
ana V. on te-l I i-l of tea.i.h-.ts r.
. , of
Ci.r L-' l v .
ILiMira'. W !.
I , Orlr i
l..i il! I'll.. lle? At'. Al'
Fat l one 1 f Ho its ...I li e Ul. i .'llJ Mlis,pj.t IMT.
Lii i f r'-'.i'.ii -;-4t i-i!.i-trs t.n i'. ' tn Wuii-O"
Tut- N w .-tri:.b...;t l,w -. :. i .w.n.. n l.'fe
Di-a ter-.m t-e L;ike N ot I o i, Niikalar.il V'danded.
Th.- liili vsat.i tr. Mt. ti7
List of Ci.nita'l .tl'i i. n Vl,a-'laiU.i tiiver. V. .
, Imporiau l ii.ii d tales ;iiprriut Co Jr tf eamoat D-JiSiQ"
T.'iree t un ir. J p-iio-r, i h on hu .I'-.1 enitravir.g ; h..na.
si".ey tv- n I remiit a.- ( In LLi, lpoa.1 Mid,)bt
w i ruaeivr a copy ot il.e above see k
o. iters iioin ti .- l a i- adicn.-d. i eent wanted in ev
ry town au-l citj to .'..nvase lor ihe wrrk
Aldrees J4.a T ILOTDAC0..
oc' 4 Hti'l ot inhee Mil' !! . t'iro- nn ti, y.
cash lor neat ana i.yc;
J H I'. I ti A A II i
South-Eiit corner Cikarii and College itretta.
TiiiHu mki;i: inrKT.,Tio.,
Foil THE FALL AND WISTEX OF 1835.
I) C JlcNAlK V A CO. wiil open ilosdava v. ry large
1. sues of rich ai.d de-ir..ti! lanry g d'. Ihi stica
has oe n li Uv'M in Ne Vork ai tuti in-- ia-t ten d ty, prin
cpailv f..r c-. h, ivhu-n wilt eiMhle aa to sell to cw-ti and
pion.pt bttyera ,t . f reduoeii prices. The public ara re-spei-i.u
i invite lo t-rtli md rx.iu.iue 'heir
"hi. Il t. uu.'' U rl.ae-s, l.r kvemng lreses.
iuy uud biauer do;
" Br. ..-idea,
" Voire Ariliipje-;
Mo. s de Laaii , entirely uew;
" l ash o rn; " "
" fA-h-iiere Robes dt Cbanaire, entirely new;
Fren. h I ..llo. -
With many oil er rub and desirable l.oo4s. CaU. AJD
We sh.ul I opening- new r""! ery n ght thi week,
which w will eih.hit w.l i pleasure OB the ceediug morn
ing, .w is K. C McNAihY A CO.
JNO. S. & W. G. B E I EN ,
ATTIimMK AT I.AM,
OFFICE So. S Cherry Street. ap
ll lf. I l.lll l IS-ne aa"o new mmnui
t .' l.ol ill!-
eetv-iving d ul-' I.it piv titles of n ur rotn
Lcbano.i si In C' ir'er. A hite .'. in .gs and btI.
Oooitlrlt. Witts Mine O. Z lie. el a tiro..
Sfencwr Mills Moore, Vlunday A ! , "
Port Ho vol l.lt Weaihuf-rd A Wi.taon, "
wh.cb w tuvii tli atieni.oa of Daaxaaa "nly.
do W. ... U KDOS A CO.
TO rAXILI23, HOTELS, ke.
U' Eare sellu.g Ihe Im t altiniore -tern at "e. flea.
W e ar se.Hng Real llaiiat M .rca.ml al I39 V K)
We are -elluig q , lvu- darilnieta it e each.
S t i -riii. t h do )o at k)
W are selling e.ery article ia our line a equally reduced
Ker-nt arrsntrement tor auyiug in in norm re n lers tie
redocii..n n-w me. I m pi - aa adautage to oursrlve a
e-U a. w ih p-buc xea. rally.
rw c-r.w a. in" "i . ' . -.
NEW ARRIVAL OF FINK BJOSJ.
rweiVeA par i.ailrt,ad, aa audit otiaJ -u flv by
-i H NJ. F. Mil-LDS
A CONSTANT supply of heavy Corn ck f r sale by
novlT lm 8 E. O. lwge aa.1 Cburca sts
(i U t AT EST ATT KA i TI l. ML
w. a. & j. o. McClelland
K.K rccwiviu.' 'heir sstnobil sappy "f eteaanl 'ail ard
t inter Oaeds. An 1 a man of 'a s "' have beew
tvaighl l.nin Ihe large larllot ts.e ef i er x-.h at d S'st.
n N.w V. is. we are enabled tu- ffer wtany giad nil J ry
v, rent r e aiT lb 'if 'A et'y Mer-
, hsnts ut nig g'aots la Uieeitj,will Bud many , S) le of
al ti oiher dreso pro. -, io d , Ac , at k.wer prk s thaw
Lbej tu find tbeos el " her- S oJ 5d Coiieg aoiel.
j Rich, ploin and ' iped H-raulicia;
M r fed V d P-add ;
J E e.an ttoiinced u.
I Hu;er Itaio I
I Rich Ch. a.1 t tka:
lius isuwr Back Slls !-it a ad fancy;
- - " Moi l.l -i-ita, .
j Rich Pr n el M. de U.ni
Super p a V Ut ltd frr aoa; ,
K,o r ill a . ii, baxinaa. te.. Ar
CLOAItS, TAL-fiiS;v!L A3 ICASFS,
- Jjt ..juried tha Uivest -.oi j". -iJ b4 Talnaa
' ever otte'ed in tr.u city, uj al lower i-rwJiJt : g tl taa
in. nijO. ' th
IWU IO KIJ IK "r J
K .'.i atroc.T u
I - lA's. ;
! with a large as, rtment of L. g !rwl, Oqlae do, Mia
! loog aod ,Jar Shawl, ! Osna-TraseUng lt
STAPLE P0CD3, .
! Ooratock il Fupi- Gaud. U .e'V I i and daadrabi.
Rl .i keva. Ft diness ". ai, llxtb awd alase,,
I ViebMa-, UuJ. l-tael-, S..or lr-h UnrSl, Dobh1
Lliiew. pils, Priat aod Check, wtta A UA.I aasaarlAaein
Af CuilalD g-ae4a c-
j . T5j3irn.rij, to.
u-fswel I T B-itogiof ait k.ndc aiasta Urgw tot
, UbbB,ja4 reevivsst.
. HiiLZT A53 GlOYIi
j W kav i" t .!. k ol WakieB wsry vr fcr4 ha
Vkia rket, f ' ,'- aad hir ir, a Weil a Aar
41 aiU W Cl Jt L
t t.feure f .r-i'S ai WM- ei o.jrw as
UUIA.1 cr SL, is o-.
llct i lite t.adlew mt lawlkvlll.
Mtn.ur ETONGO ka w-l .r.f ed from Pari, and
lake jew I pteawr L. IntarviBg O. tsiUM N
vUi said rt ..it J tr.at a u ifc-i ja at U NaAbmia !t-o tsr
-.... we.h a wi - ly of Vr iwb krewca
tli'Werew asd Htuasakl ie. H.4i a Laeaia, Collar
U Hi use is Lav:, Tirw L-oe. Anas, Fckl tU-.dswea.et,
C'uidrew CeW, luiot l' -s ''k&,F
I w pnew. a ad sis will a xdt a aa Busy of thj
Lsdlw a ay biv" " with --s wad will guarajitaw v
-r. Ur o.V.-t!on V aJ Sb u Fxind 4lt L'tth-a .
ua d ua--l Vt- d-J diAvlcg W; stay; aad h U
"-"wA -J d Pr! " ''' m .ufwesao.
rtw ud Drn W suit '.Ue last tr. avast laaiaa.
La ii pa; aad saw fc ytAflva.