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' The ship A. Z arrived at Sew York on
M'0'lav week, wiled from LiveriMj.,1 on the
2tJtti of N.v-mb'r,18o.r, with 17 passengers
and h pc-wra" c:i of iinTcliHndize, and tliere
f.ireowtipted (.eventy-l ve days oo the jafhpe.
The A. Z. reached h'titude 50, longitude 43, in
thirteen days from Liverpool, but on the 1 1 1 It
of December she was struck y a severe N.
V. s-Je, aud afterwards eiperienced a con
stant eucressioii of ediriilar fr.'iles, accompanied
by hail, mow, and tra-Vr 0uf. tjhe remain
ed in t'-e vicini'v of Bermuda, owing to the
pile, for six - week-. The Ship S'ar of ti e
West, which bailed from Liverpool, Dec. 18th,
arrived at New fork yesterday morning She
reports having been for tweuty-stven days
Weal of the IUnk it h heavy weather. The
' ruporU of thee vefsc-l may esplam the failure
to arrive of the 1'aciSo and also ot bluo Par
liament. A late Constantinople letter bayf-; "An
.American ship, drifting helplely down the
curretit of the IJosphorn-, ran its bownprit in,
to that, part of a nobleman' palace devoted to
hia harem. The hide of the huu.-e was cru- bed
"in, one balcony was torn oil", while divans were
ripped up, one chandelier ept from its fast
ening and shivered into fragment; ihe fright
ened inmates rushed out into open air in encli
impromptu ctwtnmes that the whole teighbor
bood felt pcaiidalized. Turkish pride became
deeply wounded, and our unfortunate compa
triot found himself amenable to the disagreea
ble alternative of either paying about double
the amount of the damage, or brrotning an
inmate of a Turkish jail. At first the captain
resisted the yross imiition,1 but ultimately
yielded to the gentler suggc-rlion ,,f bajjt.io
The citizens of Eastporr. Miss., noon receipt
, cf the news that Hon. A. Knst, of Arkansas,
bad whipped Mr. Greeley, of the Tribune, held
a meeting end resolved to procure a go I J medal
and send it to Mr. I'ust. The medal, with ihis
iuscription, "Presented to Hon. A. Iiust, M.
C, f rom Arkansas, by bis friends of Et port.
Miss;"' and on the reversed side, "Hit Him
Again," was pot the next day and forwarded
to that pvtitleman at Washington.
The Mobile Register says: The Hon. T.
Butler King of Georgia, passed through Mobile
oa Monday en route from Texas to his home in
Georgia. We are glawi to learn from Mr. King,
that be considers the greit enterprise of a
Sin' hern Railroad to the Pacific as a "tixed
fart." The Legislature of Texas, which has
jast adjourned, has passed pome acts highly fa
vorable to the success of the woik.
Congress, it is expected, will do something
this session towards the adoption ..f a uniform
system of weights aud measures, similar to tha',
: w hich forme the basis of our coinage. Other
countries are moving in the same direction, and
it is quite probable that, in a tew years, all t lie
commercial and civilized countries will have
adopted a similar system, which would greatly
facilitate the operations of trade and commerce.
A gentleman in New York, Mr. Fe'ton, we see.
Las started the subject at this time, by a lec
..two upon it, iu which be proposed to super
code all the present tables of weights and meas
ure by a graduated series, in which cuch de
nomination shall be. exactly ten times greater
thau ita next inferior. For instance, in the
scale of wvights, he would have ten scruples
Xi drachm, tea drachms ono ounce, ten oun
ces one jKund, ten pounds one stone, ten
.tones one cwt., ten c'ts. one ton. Apply to
audi tables the decimal currency as to prices,
aud the parts of a pound would exactly cor
respond to the parts ot a dollar. An article at
$1 per jound would be one dime per ounce,
one cent per drachm, ami one mill per scruple.
The same principle applies to all the depart
mental weights und measures. Mr. 1'. con
tends that tlie introduction of this system
would greatly simplify commercial transac
tions of all kinds, and do away with most ot
the dilliculties whi-h beset the study of mini
Tlie Ponton Traveler mentions another rea
boh for discrediting the report that the Collins
steamer Puc.ilic put into the liver Shannon.
Dire indeed must have been the stress of
weather that would induce any captain to ap
proach, in search of shelter, the rocky and
latigerous coast on the southwest of Ireland.
If the Pacific were damaged, ther is n acces
sible place- up the Shannon where she could
effect repairs. It could not bo done at Kilnn.ii,
and the river to Limerick in navigablu only lor
vessels of 400 tons burthen.
According to a decision just rendered by the
Commissioner of the General Land Olliev, Up
rights acquired by the proprietors of lands on
the shores of lakes represented on the plats of
public surveys by which the lands are sold, as
liavigable, are matters for State jurisdiction;
and that af'er the survey and sale of laud, the
geucral land laws cease to be operative, and
the State laws operate in the piemi.-es.
The oddest invention of recent date is a
steam thawing machine, hivum-d, made and
nsed in Cincinnati. It was built by Mr. Latta,
the builder of the steam tire-engine, and is
owned aud used by the hie department of that
city to thaw fire-pugs, hydrants, cisterns,
pumps, or an1 such water at i angi nnnt. that
may bo troteii. It is mounted on a sl L'!i, and
looks like a stove, with a pipe lisiug limn it,
from which the smoke issues. At the bottom
a furnace burns, und from the top a gutia
ore ha hose issues, to the end ot which is at
tached a piece of iron pipe. 1 he Mt am i con
veyed through this hose ami pipe into the tire
pii.g, etc., and produces the desired thaw.
W hell the job is finis bet! the sleigh is remount
ed and the machine is di ivt-n i ll to another
place. The boiler consumes about three gal
luiis of water in four bonis, and the tin men
say that it ia the best thing for the purpte
they have ever tried.
Humors having long prevailed as to the
amounts of the funds locked up iu tlie Chun
Cory in New York State, a committee was ap
pointed at the last sessiou of the Legislature to
investigate the subject. At t he present session
Uic report has bee u made. It appears that the
total amonut invested in bonds and mortgagtt
is $1.o72,Su3 09; in stocks, $;9.G:.i, besides
cash iu the bauds of County Treasurers.
Professor Silliman recently delivered a lec
ture at Louisville, in the course ot which be
gave, quite an interesting sketch ol a visit paid
by him to Mom t Vesuvius. Despito the fate
ot the ciliis of Ilerculaneuiii and l'ou x n, I he
tides of the mountain are al (his time inhabi
ted by 3t!U,(KK) poop'e, vho look Hot to the
past, but sleep iu fancied secuuty upon the
lava beds which entombed tii'Hgea iHi.ci.th
their feet. Vesuvius bad been laised from the
sea, he said, as had also allot the, region round
about Home. Dormant volraDoe. encircled
the Eternal City. The soil wu composed ol
voleanio ashes. The arc cut Catacombs had
beeti cut through tl.ls ui.i.l they had icuchcd
t tie month of t be Tiber, I a en. lies laLy
ri iths. That below this deposit f ashes wi.s
a fot niatiou coiiUuiing nui ine fossil r-l.ci;., urn!
still dcfer, one containing tiesh water lorsiis.
The subject, the lecturer said, ti vast for
one short discourse that the mind vta lost in
t-ndeavoritg to Comprehend it Thts loult
Coiildonly bare been brought aU ut thro-:gh
end!e-s ages of time that the Gent !s account
f creation, taken literally, tn'.irelv tio
short, but that geology iu to wise coi tl:cte.l
with Scripturt; on the contrary, ton sat or-
ive discovery in that science jtovcU the cor
rcctiies of the Mosaic account.
The Dublin Slerr-mtile Advertiser state that
letter have l;en received Irom (ilnsow an-
notiucii.g tho suspension of no K-s than f nr .
lirnmiuthe corn trade, with very heavy!;;
.agtments. lit) same journal La cummer
na. letler from Su lVlerl urg, which stmte,
tl at owing to the sanguine opinion geieia ly
pievaiUrganiougst all daM-et l ( eetiy ae,
prices of wheat, oats and linseed ha I en Untied
to advance, and the Exchange on Ei.g'md Ld
also further risen.
There are now iu California 4,M'3 mile of
cabals, valutd at 6,S42,7(.H.i, abuwing an in.
crease of 3,429 miles, valued at t,04ti.7oO du
ling the !at year. Iu addition to whicu 113
Canals and ditches have been commenced, and
will probably be completed within the iieu
var. Amongst them is the Sl;ra Nada
Mountain Canal an immetso woik ten twt
at ths bottom, fourteen at the to, and design
ed, with braiichuit, to extend over about liO
luiisis, in tfjratiou, crushing 22,(XHJ ton jr
aunurn, aorealixlog 14,032,100.
CJe.'gailj f ntxioL
13BT- Th PairioS U th saenorof the "Tnn mtff,'
M ir. tint, KoMil A Co aaviof parchad tlie pilot
Of Br.steriaJa.subicripUoa list, c, of the Utter.
or mw Tcac
FOR VICK I'REsIDK.T.
ANDREW J. DOXELSOX,
FRIDAY, FEBETJAE7 29, 1836.
Te cv I'lalfvrm and l lie Mavrry
What the Kcie York Trihune Says.
Tiic leading editorial of tlie Xew-York
Tribune of tlie 23d inst., is devoted to tlie
American Platform. Having copied the
7th and 1 3 th section?, the Tribune says :
'It wijl be seen that thee declarations en
dorse the Xtbratbi bill, and.njree to admit
Jidimux with vr without duvery. They are
phrased in the softest terms possible, but who
ever reads them carefully, will see that they
fully nAojit everything objectionable in the Kan
MM-Xchratsht bill, andcontletnn the only feature
of that ineHure which favored Freedom name
ly the right of the free emigrant to hite a voice
against Slavery in tit Terriioru. Such is the
new National Know Nothing Platform.
Is there any need to go lurther in the way
of exposing the position of the Know Nothing
party on the slavery question? We have seen
a great ado made over the twelfth section at
Philadelphia, and beheld it indignantly repu
diated, yet only to be followed by the above
substitute. What choice is there between the
twelfth section and the new creed? Doe not
everybody see, who wishes to see, that the
one position is essentially as Pro Slavery as the
other, and that the Know Xothingt are acting
directly in the interest of the Slave Traders?
The Tribune places the proper construc
tion upon the platform. It is eminently
national and conservative in its character,
guaranteeing to all sections of the Union
their rights, under the Constitution. Under
the broad trgis of the Constitution, the
slaveholder has a right to go into the ter
ritories of the United States with his slave
property,, and to hold it there, until the
people, in the organization of a State Gov
ernment, forbid his doing so. Tliis right
is recognized by the American Platform ;
and it is this recognition which so arouses
the indignation of the 4 'negro-worshipper"
of the Tribune.
M hut tlie Louisville Journal mi'.
C:h. The ut quallilied recognition and main
tenance of the reserved rights of the several
States, and the cultivation of harmony and
fraternal good will, between the citizens of the
several Slates, and to this end, non-interference
by Congress with question appertaining
solely to the individn 1 States, am! non-intervention
by each State with the affairs of an
7ih. The recognition of the right of the na
tive born citizens of the United States, perma
nently residing in any territory thereof, to
frame their constitution and laws, and to regu
late their domestic and social affairs in their
own mode, subject only to the provisions of
the Federal Constitution, with the right of ad
mission into the Union whenever they have
I he leouisite population for one Representa
tive in Congress. 1'roiiJid alwayn, that none
hut those who are citizens of the United
States, under the constitution and laws thereof,
and who have lixed residence in any such ter
ritory, ought to atticipate in the formation of
a constitution, orin the enactment of laws for
said territory or State.
The whole country shonM be gratified to find
iu this a clear, distinct, and unequivocal recog
nition of the great principle w hich tor nearly
two years has been the main and almost ex
elusive matter of discussion between the North
and the South, the great principle that the
native born and naturalized citizens of ti e
United Sta'es, residing permanently in ai
Territory, have a right to frame their consti
tution and laws and to regulate their domes
t ic and social all'airs in their own mode, stic
ject only to the requirements of the Federal
Constitution, and that they have a right of
admission into the Union, whenever their
numbers are suflicietit, with just such a con
stitution as they may have t-liosen to frame.
No form of woids could be devised repudiat
ing more cleat ly the doctrines of the Wdmot
Proviso or sei ting forth more distinctly the
right of the people of every Territory, oncom
ing into the Union to come with or witl.out
slavery, as they themselves may decide. The
South would be satisfied with no less, and it
could ask no more. The North has here yield
ed a principle which it never yielded till now.
The grand point is gaine.l, and all true patriots
should rejoice. Lou. Jour.
Who Is IEepoiiibl 7
Tlie N. Y. National Democrat (a Hard
democratic paper) of the 23d inst. says :
The papeis are yet discussing the question
who are responsible lor the election of
Hanks to the Speaker's chair. Who placed it
in tho power of the l?lack "Ilepuhlicaiis" to
eiect Mr. I'.auks Speakei ? The anwr mutt
be, those who voted with tluin in favor vf the
jdurality rule. And who were theyt Py
ref rente to tho proceedings of Congress it
will he found that Mr. Smith, fron Tenmnnee,
ottered the rend ut ion for its adoption, aud thit
tn addition to the Ulack Jiejiuldicans" who
toted for it in a lily, the fdivieing name are
recorded in its firor: Clingman. Herbert,
Hickman, Jewett, Kelly, S. A. Smith, diarchy,
Jiiyard Clark, H'tlls and Williams.
All the above members are Democrats
except one. So Democrats are responsible.
Wc admit an apparent error in the article
from which the d'attiot quotes tho supposi
tion that the Wilmot proviso to the three mil
lln bill would have been unconstitutional aud
void only because it would have been an inter
feieuce with the treaty-making power. Union
tC .1 hiericau.
There is something more than "an appa
rent error'" iu that urticle to which we now
call your attention. You sny :
"If any territory be acquired from Mex
ico by treaty, it will be incumbent en any fu
ture (,'oNCltKSS TO I'ECJPK WHFTHKK, und U
wn.vr i.xrtNT, slavf.ky siull exist is sith
.V O.I II.XD TtlUUTOKY."
What is tliis but ou acknowledgment of
the power f Congress to legislate blavery
into or out of a territory ? And how much
la tter, pray, is this than admitting the con
stitutionality of the AYihnot Proviso ?
Tur Srrtdcr-W b lucy Were.
The following extract from a despatch to
the liouisvilie Courier states what dele
gates seceded froui the National American
Pmi.AKELruu, Ftb. 23, T. M.
Delegate from Connecticut, Rhode LlanJ,
and New Hampshire, and portion of the dele
gate from Miwachust-tts, Pennsylvania, Ohio,
ar;d Poinds, seceded, and organ Utsd f.-r a trpA
tate National American party.
Niw Yoi k, Feb. 23, A. M. The !i Grand
Duke, fit. m Nw Orleans, Uud f-nr LivrrKl,
ha been ht at Milf.rd llarrn. She it a total
wreck, and all her liar. J were drowisml.
TUhip lirand Duke wasicisurtd ia Piston
for f 112,000.
Got. Cogwix. Tliis ditlpuis!.tJ ffett'e
luan is alill contiurd to hia bod, in the i'srtiH
ilotiM. We are glad to know, Lowto.tr, ih.U
his broken limb u gradually hahng; and St is
probable that he will be able to venture out ia
two or thrmwesA. Ilia cmuerons friend
will U pleased to know that, bU bodily ha!(h
i g'xnl, aud li apirtu Luoyaal a .(."'.
Xkolltloniata lie warded lr (lie Admla
. - -; 1st ration.
We clip, the following paragraphs from
Democratic paper, the N. Y. National
Democrat. Thej were drawn oat by an. ar
ticle in the Gcorgiarcj-A ;.. w
"The only danger that exists with regard to
New York, Brisefcs and has arisen from the grad
ual softening of the views of Democrats toward
the heresy of Free Soil ism, androra. the.iole;
ration of this thing by President Pierce The
men who have thus softened ..tha Telegraph
knows, have been exclusively recognized as
Democrats .by. the Pierce administration, at
the dictation of Marcy, not, perhaps because
they were Free Soilers,,but because they were
enemies of Mr. Dickinson, who never softened.
We can go into any Custom JJonse in this State
and pick out to morrow a majority of Aboil
tionmts who, in. GeorgU, would be allowed just
twenty four hours choice between a coat rf tar
and Jeathers, and a Jtip across the State line.
All this w e shall 2rore at'CinciDDati, it ullowed
to do so. , , . . ,- ; . '
Let this danger be put away from ns amtre
the sound men that their sound nets shall not be
a passport for their proscription and w e will
assure you of a National triumph in New York.
If the assembled Democracy of the Union will
lake care at Cincinnati, that no man, who will
perpetuate Franklin Pierce's fatal "policy" ot
conciliating Free Soilers, is nominated for
President or Vice President, we w ill take care
he shall not lack the thirty-five electoral votes
of New York to M.cure hissucccsa.
Removal or a Nebraska Mas to Mask
Room fok as Axti. The N. Y. National Dem
ocrat of the 23d inst, sys :
Mr. Jamog E. Quinlan, the editor of the
Hard, Nebraska, Old Line Democratic papor
The Watchman at Monticello, N. Y., has
been removed from the Post Olliceof that vil
lage, and Mr. F. A. Devoe, the editor of the
Soft, Anti-Nebraska, free soil paper, The Union
D-iiiocrat, (a paper controlled by John C. Ilol
ley, the Sott delegate to CinniiTnati,) appointed
in his stead. Mr. Quinlan says:
We believe the credit of our removal belongs
to Daac V. Fowler, John Cochrane, Ex Speak
er Ludlow and George U. Woolridge. Lud
low was in Washington a week to accomplish
it,we are informed. Having been convicted
of lying so clearly that he was dumb, he w-as
a tit instrument of the men who employed him.
And he proceeds to show the opinions ex
pressed by Post-master Devoe and Delegate
Hulley on the Nebraska bill, in 183.
Klorfoui lutelliffence from I'bilatlel
phia. The American ominalioiifc.
I'illmorc and Donelston.
We feel a thrill of joy iu announcing to-day
the nomination, by the American Couvention
at Philadelphia, of Millard Filimore for tha
next Presidency, and of Andrew Jackson D )ti
"elson for the Vice Presidency. This nomina
tion will be enthusiastically greeted through
out the whole South, and wo trust throughout
the whole North, as the very best that Could
havo been made. The highest bones of those
w ho hoped most from the Philadelphia Con
vention, are fully realized. :
Other and most worthy names have been
much thought of and spoken of in connection
with the nomination for the Presidency. The
Hon. John J. Crittenden and the Hon. Garret
Davis have myriads of friends and admirers,
and the nomination of either of them would
have been greeted with loud applause, but
there can be no question that the name of
Fillmore will excite a more universal acclama
tion than any other name in the Union could
have awakened. Mr. Fillmore has been tried
iu the greatest xigencies of his country, and
was never found wanting. The most tnver
lul array of adverse influences could not turn
him a hair's breadth from the straight line of
duty. Even when the voice of old political
friends and ttie tierce clamors of bis own sec
tion were raised against him, he faltered not
lor one moment, but pressed on in obedience
to the call of his country. Aud his triumph
was noble and complete. Although his politi
cal opponents reviled him during the greater
portion tf his administration, yet, when they
found that he was not a candidate for ro-clcc-tion,
they united with the rest of the country
in rendering him honor for his wisdom and
Of Major Dotielst n, the friend of Jackson
and the Jrietid of the Union, we have not time
to speak fitly now. To the remark that Fill
more and Donelson will most assuredly he the
next President and Vice President of the Uni
ted States, we will simply at present add the
shout destined soon to become familiar to a
Nation's ears liridiAU fok FilLiOKK and
Donei.so.n! Lou. Journal.
Awful IK-klr uctioii of Mcniurra und
Covington, Feb. 25 8 A. M. The Licking liver
commenced ri-iug on Saturday evening, and at 5
o'clock Sunday nioi tiiug had caused the ico iu the
I) bio below iht) mouth of Licking to brenk and
cause the sinking ol several steamers. They wore
all heavily laden with one exception. Their names
are as follows:
The Alhei-tine, hcivily laden, was the fir; t sunk.
She was built last summer at a cost ot fiileen tl.su
saii d dollars. She is a total wreck.
Next tlie SaIimii, which wns heavily laden md is a
lot I loss amount of los not known.
A couple of new boats belonging to Captains
Ihtvidson aud Holmes, in course of being completed,
below the fool ol Main street, were materially dam
The Marietta packet Bi idge City is also sunk; loss
a'xiut 15,()o0. The Kentucky liver packet Ma
donna is a total loss. Part ol tier machinery will be
The Yoiktown, from X.ishvPIe, with a cargo of
pig iron, wheat, etc., sunk; loss on bout tl'j.000;
The tirapeshof, bound from Na-hville to Pittsw
burg, loaded witti 'J75 tons of freight, consisting
of cotton, wheal, lie , also sunk. She w at built
last spring cost $1 a 000. Cargo partially iusor
The Flag, loaded partially for St. Louis, is a total
loss. After she careened tho flames from the fur
nace set tire to her boiler week and hariicmie roof,
but fortunately they were extinguished without dam
age to other boats. Numbers of men were engage
ed in removing her freight, when her cabin parted
from the hull. ItisiuaioieJ that several person-,
were lost. Several were injuied. A portion of her
cargo fell on the ice od was swept off.
The Carson sunk next; it U uot known to what
extent she is daumged.
Tue upper woi k of the Glendale were damaged.
The steamer Memphis was alio slightly ti-om-ed
by the iiiikiii)c of the Flag.
The black Piamuiid, a tow boat, was sunk dam
age not knoMii.
Two ttttges belonging to tho Winulficd, loaded
with 2 Ji'O bids of salt, were sunk.
1 ho tow -boat Champion waa aligtitly injured by
the ice in Licking river.
Tue barge United Slates parted her lines outbid
the steaiuer LMu uml damaged several boats as
she phased down. She is a total wreck; loss (1
Innumerable coal birgrj and flat boa U were sunk
between Uaia and Small 1 reels. Out of sevonu eo
bt-lungiti lo the Uope Coal Company, oi ly Lve
Thousands of spectator were assembled on bo;h
tide the river l j see ibis strange and s-id sight.
At 7 P. M., ou Suiiilat, the ice was running o
low the luouili ol Alii) deck and rubbed the Wis
con.-ia and Forest (jucen pieily bard, but it was
thought th.-y would im aaved.
1 tie Yorkiown, a sternwherl boat, is a complete
wreck. Ta Madoua, sterawheel, is lui.k to the
guards and racked to pieces. She bad no load on
board. The Albert in sunk below her guarda aud
is almost a lotal lo. She was loaded, but niot ot
her fn-ight was grHPu shore. Tlie lUarieiia packet,
llride Cny, was u juted by bt-inif pressed Uelw-eu
the Aibertiue abd Ui Saicin. Her load audtuiiii
ture bad been Uken out. The Salem was among
the first to sink. The water ia several leet alova
hargvardt at tha stern. Part of Lrr loaJ tu ukou
oat. The Crescent, a new boat, just getting her
boilt-m ia, wa extenscfcly damaged. 'J u guards
ate cortRiderably shattered and brtjkrD. Anew
boat, building by CapL Hugh I'avia, was tjnrco J
r.ii; IcU iy asbure. i I er ataiboar4 si1 wa brolin
ia an J ttr guard leirinly demolished Tha Flag
w a cou ph la wreck, ieMg crutbrd from sieia to
tern aud bom buf oui to upper deck. Sua bad a
fall loai. Tio UntpwUiot M liearly a total t,s.
Frvai eentM-to stern the ctbia and Lull ar all
crusiird ia. V CwUUeJ lluilctn CalUuU, ou or
two loaded with coat, paaa uoo. lb losses or
iuaurauee ra did not learn, but the boats dea'.roytd
are all small ones.
Tie river was gorged above and below this mora
big aod rising last Ai o'clock j iba upper forga
trvke, hot paarddoa iUioul auiag itijury,
At aSajsvdie liie nvar u gorged to ibe bottom.
At Uipley ibis morning a ria ot SO feet Si report
iloat of lt laree class of stcamsrs bars takta
rcfugaia U tickiog and are coaparaiisel; aafa.
Crreapndence ot the Patriot. -
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The Pacific. Icebergs. The Persia. Newly
Contrived Compass. Tract Society.,
I New Yoek, Feb. 21, 1856.
"No news of the Pacific, is the exclama
tion by which acqnaintances greet each other
on Uie streets; while the melancholy expres-4
won of faces and suggestive idirug of shoul
ders, express a doubt that that news of the Pa
ciGc wireverreach cs. The Pacific has now
been out nearly a month, ar.d haa not left the
least trace of her whereabouts. Mr. Collins
received a letter by the Canada, from a young
man in Liverpool, which stated thatAhe" miss
ing vcsel had put into the mouth of the Shan
non, Ireland, for repairs. ;aVt first he was in
clined to believe this statement, but reflection
shows it to be er improbable that he considers
it a baseless fabrication, besides, if the Pacific
had put into any Irish port, a communication
would reach the regular agents before any dis
interested individual at Buch a distance. Mr.
Collins has been heard to say that he is now
satisfied the Pacific will never again enter
New York harbor. It is now generally be-,
lieved that in crossing the Banks of Xew
Foundland, she encountered icebergs, and was
wrecked among them. This supposition is
strengthened by the experience of the Persia,
which, w hile crossing the Banks, narrowly es
caped destruction. It is believed that she was
indebted for safety to the material of which
she was constructed; had she been built of
wood, she conld scarcely have escaped. In
several instances she was obliged to put on a
full head of steam, and force her way by cut
ting a passage through the ice. Being made
of iron, with her sharp build and immense
weight, she was enabled to do this trium
phantly, where a wooden vessel must have
inevitably failed. It is yet considered hardly
possible, however, that the Pacific may be
Since the arrival of the Persia, her pier
in Jersey City, she has atticted unusual at
tention. A few days before her departure, in
order to gratify Cariosity, she was thrown open
for examination to the public. Twelve u:ul a
half cents were charged as an admission fee,
aud so large was the concourse of visitors,
that a sum of over $2,000 was realized. This
was handed over to the City Missionary So
cieties for the benefit of the poor. Tho Persia
is said to be the largest steam vessel afloat.
She is constructed entirely of iron, and the ob
jection to iron vessels, on account of the large
quantity of metal influencing the compass, is
Baid to have been entirely overcome by a con
trivance elevating the regulating compass forty
feet from the deck. An instrument is also on
board, by which the aberrations to which th.
deck compasses are liable, are corrected, a id
which Capt. Judkins, the commander, consid
ers sufficient, without the aid of the elevating
The Small Pox is said to exist in some parts
of the city. In order to prevent its spread,
Mayor Wood issued a proclamation ordering
all persons who require to be vaccinated will
be nttcmied to promptly without charge, at
the Dispensaries, where physicians are con
stantly in attendance; and it is recommended
that all who have not been vaccinated, ahould
avail their selves immediately of the opportu
nity ihus offered.
Tlie monthly meeting of the American Tract
Society was held on Monday. The Treasurer's
report showed a gratifying condition of the
Society's funds. The receipts for the mouth
were $jC.C03, including $22,539 iu donations,
making a total for ten months, of $304,611.
Tracts for the same period, over 48,000,000 of
pages. Notes for paper due previous to June,
letters containing information requesting
appropriations, or tendering thanks for aid,
were read from tlie Seneca Indians, the Paris
Tract Society. Basle, Oroomiah, in Persia,
Miugpo, in China, (he Sandwich Islands, &c.
The proposed appropriations for the support
of the Tract press in Pagan and Papal coun
tries, for the year ending April 1st, amount to
$18,000. Twenty-four additional Colporteurs
have been commissioned within the month,
and plans are maturing for giving etliciency to
the Society's labors at the South and AVest.
The Toledo blade furnishes the following instan
ce of the benefit of advertising wtiieh is bv no
means remarkable, but is nevertheless worthy of
attention: "Some ten years since, when Detroit
was very little, if any larger than Toledo, two
young men from the East, where the true principle
of advertising is better understood than at the Wes',
having t.iken a B'ore centrally situated, opened with
the- determination of expending their entire profits,
except rent and clerk biro, for the first year, in ad
vertising and printing. They, did so, expending
about I 4'0. The next year they aet apart half
their profits for the same purpose, but long before,
the year expired, the senior partner told ihe writer
of this article that they could not expend aa mueh
as thoy had anticipated, for the only rea-on, they
could find no place to put it. "Every pnper in the
State almost contained their business notices, while
their haudbills, circulars, and cards were scattered
tiroadcast. Iu this way they have cone, expending
annually about four thousand dolliirs, until tht-ii-busine-s
has so increased that they orcupv ten .do'
rooms each 100 feet in depth by 25 in width, and
giving employment to one hundred tleiks. One of
the put mors told us that their business tha past
year, amounted fo a trifle over a million and a half
of dollars, leaving them a net profit, over all expen
ses, of over fifty thousand dollars."
Dud- In Brownsville, liar wood coantv, Ten
nrssie, on tha morning of the 21st itiftt., io the
83rd year of bit) age, John Samostie, Senior, for
merly and for maoj jean a resident of this county.
Not nisny citixecis of thia vicinity of the present
day, will n roeraber tha aurjoct ( tliis notice, a
periuJ of more than twenty years having flapped"
since hia removal to the IVestern Division of the
Stat. There are those, however, amon our elder
population, who have not forgotten hitn; r.or couIJ
they easily forget one who, though moving tn an
humble auJ unaspiring sphere, yet, in hia daily in
tercourse, developed etrongly individualizing trait
of character, Mr. Sangster' tempera nect wa
ardent, with a tinge of impulsivenee; hia manner
wa frati k and candid, approaching t- the ahrup';
vrhilA nrbaa..aatt if a iniimt iii.lmnf Lia min.l
I - - -
rarely touched a tuhject without fiving Lie conclu-
Una. t. . ...I - L
. . ,..wu.,,i,, u
them expression, he epoke righl On ill '.he houeat
l.lui.tr,e- of hia di-poiition, regardleaa alike of p
proval or disfavor. He wai ibfleiitly honeet and
uptight, la hie di'alit.g a Ith the world tenaciou
ot hia lights, and prompt to rebuke the wror.g
Kiom the foregoing It roust not be judged that he
wai aualere or domineering. No man wa farther
from it. Xo oei-hlaor ever all-ged against him an
act in the least degree paru'aiug of ucli qtialiLea.
Ou the contrary, he eijoyed anaong hia acquaintan
ce aa envutte reputation for ticigMiorly kindnee
and a fpirit of accommodatloQ. lie waa a aincere
Chri.tian, and for many years bad been a devoted
member of the CanaberUnd IVesby terUn ( Lurch,
among whicfi body of believer ia Lit tection, Le j
wa regarded aa a pillar f t up port, and aa eiena
pUr of thdr faith, t Our aged friend eurvived Li
venerable contort tut m few jeara. De b now
followed her, havinj paaeed io bk earthly pilgrim
ag Let oud the Cealuiiai'a allotted three ecore and
ten. A mimrrt) offspring, wboae wor!J!y fuvceta
aa indulgent rrovileuce ba-J perwitte i tiro to wit
nea, Jaoirf.u hit departure liva thear tukUt, like
Simeon ef old he bail ia aa vcu?uj degree er joyed
ihe fruition of hi earthly hope, tr4 hai long
be ready and waiting for Uie itimmoii. Ia (ha
latur year of Lia hl'e be snSr4 much, bal wub
out marrauring. Much ot Lit .kyaical aluieot,
attu jed in the tereoe hope which led Lira la look
(or early relief ia that Und where va are L! J there
ia Beitlier 'fckaeat rr orrow.' Tbat tlut Is ia
portion tow we believe, ud eatuurt rrpiae al bii
Later frena Santa ... ,
jr ISDEPKNDB Ca Mo.j Feb. 23
The Santa Fe mail of December, under :
charge of Mr. Brownley, reached here on
yesterday from die Valley. V The party, six in !
wiiu mucu ueieiuiou irom snow, ine average -depth
of which was from two to three feet,
except in the mountains, where theenfts were
ia places from ten to fitteen feet.
In consequence of the prevail: ng winds from !
the. north-west,- ihe party did- not sutler so I
bad their travel been in a westerly direoii'-n. i
Oa the hrst of January the parties reached
Fort Laramie, and then about the ch4tif the '!
month Fort Kearney. From Laramie Mr. .
John Scott accompanied them to the States. , ,
Ue lost, OI1 tlie way. Ill, two, milks and his
horse- and suffered much tmni tl.eenet tit'ih
iiorse-, auu suutie.i iin.cn iroin tne tlleci or me
snow upon bis e
At each of the posts II; t Te is doing other
than protecting the property of : he government.
It was so cold that the soldiers npon guard
were frosted, although upou tluiy but ha I un
hour at a time.
From present imPcations the spring freshets
will be very dilferent to w hat they have, been
in f ast years.
The ues from Salt Lake is not of much
i-terest, nr.d you Pave, later dates by the
i r We a- e authoriz.l to anmance W. A. GLSSX an
candidate fur the o!Boe of Judge cf the Count) Court of Da
vidson cotntv at Hie May election.
(V We areauthorlaeu fo snnounce J.tS. WIttrWORTII
a car d. date fur Judge of the County Court ol Duridscn at
ti e May e'e -lion.
We are au'hon-el to ann-iunce T. D. MOsfcXKY a
candid ite for Judeef ti e Ccua.y Coort of DavlJ.-on coun'y
al the May election.
JS We are antlmr av-d to snnounce El'liE'E t'Nr;;, r.
WOOD, Etq., a Cioriidkt; fr Juilge of the Co.';.tj Court of
i we ire authorised to an3--j,ici! (jEO. B. GOODWIN
aa a cand date for Jud-eol ; Ccnnty Court of l)aTid.-on
county at the Vay 6',i,j0tu
ryWe ir' Muthoried to antinounoe JOSUH KKRKI.-8 a
Cini""!.'e for Judge of the County Court of Davidson county,
at the May election.
. WeareautliorieedtoannoonceJOHN G. FERGUSON
a candidate for the ofuc; of Judge of the County Court of Da
vi l.-on county at the e!e:tion ia May.
j On Tues iay evening, the 19th hut., In thij rlclnity, lj the
Hev. lr. F. A. Ross, IcwiRD D. Tatcv, Ksq ,of M icon, (ia.,
to Uivi Kllhm E., daughter of the la's Capt. Geo. Steele of
Huntavilie, II utiturW! Adtnntte.
ISj KcKENDREE CHURCH,
Oit lilt ii..Nt.ilT 0' TilK
Uerinaii 3Ietliodit Churcli1,
FKIDAY BIGHT, FJS B'Y 29.ll, AT 1H O'CLOCK.
rui i .
1. Intif'ductioa 11) mn ''o.'.-y.
'1. S..K, Sourono. Willi iiart accoiuijaniuient " 1 ne ll.iud
Girl to lier H up." ...bi"irr.
2. Sitcrtd zung, Mr. A. A.Mi:t "ttueked iu ilie erai.lc (if
the Detp." A'uW.
4. Souj(, null f'lule ate juipauimeul Laj ol tw.auiv I
C.-Jt. ion liVAr-. !
5. Dueltu, "Ai u-otri Ueuiiii" Amauur Li an I Mi. i
A. A. Snu Lii itjta. t
6. S 'io, M prau j " J he Oi.!-y Maia."... . II". 1'. Hjt.. j
7. roiii, Hi.tun II. 1". Il '.'i.ue. !
8 Air from Olieuu- o,.r. u.i CM. Von Wcirr. j
I' A It I 11. i
9. Variations upon Sjh rid Theu.cs Mlmleon. I
10. Nnii;, toprauu Slie Atll cied oue " .'Mi.'.',
11. 'l'c.l.Uo, '.iddio"-Twu Ladj A ua'.e Us and i. A. I
A. Slit urn i.utoii. j
1'. Solo, s;upraiio, with t'iaiiij ud r'tUie chiialu ao. tii:pa- ,
niiin nt Utl'k '
Vi. Ana, fcupiano ' Son.mo k.i.", J'onutiti. 1
14 s in,', ni'h Ouitar aoLoaipuiiiiiKut .- 1, t
l.. Iiai p soio. )
18. lenetto, "Withhold not Tl-ou thy t. nder m-rcii--" ;
Two .unalcurj aud Mr. A. A. jt:il L ifrubiui. '
JW- 1'iofeixnr Wetieraill pridr al toe Puiqj,
ilie I'lano aod MoKhIouIi u.-od on this oi-chsiou aie kindly f
furuuhed Oy Mr. rneman, ot to I ue direct.
TiCIil'.l'S ONE loi.L ,
To be had al ihe various lluokMoro aud iloleis. fto23
HAV1NC1 jiiade ai raiieiuen wan Mr W. L. Waters to
ktpioi- Baptl.vl uli iiisu eiuuo Muur, put up ij
l3fa lot f.iin 1 1 j u.ie, I a .i uow ready lo su, py the nuaul,
iu "nana.. I" every bag. It. u KCdoti.
Old I'eacfi Braiitly.
ilOU Wiley Woo.iwrU' old I'eath Uiai.d, "Four Tear
yy Old,', 111 More and lor aie oy
U. j. i.LMsbV.
J l .l It C.i OI.i:, ju. t rectiveJ and for laie by
V. ii. KL.USL1.
U7E have rereral line y NhiKnE for hire for th bal
alio - rf the ear, aiu-jiiif Uirm Mime excjlLul Oouse
GirlK, an extra Cook, ac. Apply o)ii to
liOYD A Lt l i t.
Extensive Sale of Groceries at Auction
DAVIS, PILCHER &. CO.
OS TCKMiAV MoKMNif, MAKCH 4th, if0o, we wi I
liter at .uctiou tu liout ol our Auc.i 1. llooui, fur ta.ili,
a o.re assortment of Grocciiet, to-wu :
1 15 hhd SiiK.-ir, F ir to t'hoict l.bl. Mackeiel, No. 2 A3,
i b n,-s fiuue K10 totlee, ll.')jUo uo di 'J,
'j:o barrel ilol.i. tn-i.
li Kim do do 2,
loo i,ld. do K..e Iliii
Us Mils. 1 oaf sufc'ar;
ii " I'twdered do.;
Is ClU-md uo;
'11 boxes r.itny Candicn;
7.) " K.u.ui.-,
ii Tierce, l-i;
If b ixei I ea, ioip A ii. P.:
Id ' Pe rl f .arch,
6 " Taliow C'.uiule;
4d " o. I Soap;
4UJ " (iia:ware;
Voo KeaniK l'a..ir;
10 bags Popper,
6 " bptie;
lit bbir. Koe itcirms;
'i d uuis t oil t'ili't
. b x 1 ud Fih;
9 ui x -n Painted Lin kel-;
!i I Sci.t 00 'lul.o,
10 cask 8 U;
3 caiw M.ilct e;
di doieti 11 U)Oi Line;
Ci " li d oid;
li) Retl Cotton Kop;
11 coiN Mau.lt da,
4 ca-ei i( r;
40 b l Krctill?d V hisky;
i " Vmcgar.
Wl h many other article that are uua!ly k- pt in ur l.Le.
1'AVlS, fli.Lllbit a Co,
M-3 o. 16 Public Square.
Home Iiisnrance Conipaiiy of
MOOKS are now open at No. 3.'i,
M Kirkm iiiS Corner, tind the M. r- yf.JL7 -kj.
(hunt Bank, foi uiei iptlcn toih aNiijviJar s
Capital fctoca of taia Company. N iliirSj
r rti.i, . bk 1 1
JoM PORIEKHkLP, I
C VK UniN.siiV, f
f H. AXDFK.iN, 1 3
Na.hville, Feb, 5s R.1HEK r lilBsitV, )-
12 v n 1: K A .
HOOKS wi t be ripened from and
It after tin date. It u'-oc pimu
Irmuranie Oompauy 1 f Nashvil'e, ' at xs4"4-1-the
foil -wing pi are.-, via: Hat k of Na hvlle; .Mi-.cl.aiit' Ex.
change ; tt . t.. Gordon A Co'a; aid John.on, Home A Co'.
WF.-M.FY WllrLE ",
W. II. O11RDON,
JNO. A. Ftstl R,
L. 11. HITCIIi'oCK,
fel2&-!w 0 C'oo.u..iotien.
to 1 if apiial ft iCK 01 11. e - . ui rk a '--vs
Auction Sale of i'rbcrrie-4
LICIaLVKTT at KVL(.
OS W EDNFfDAV MoCMM., March 3 h, we wd! tff.r at
Aurtton in front of our fior hcue. No., lo a l rs ulfi
Market Mreel, a gtDcral ih.i Uiu: of Gr ene, iu pai I a
."Obl.dj Fuar.V.lrtorti Hr, 3(1 euk Pod;
1oU t i K.o and Jara C'oScr 'i 1 x Imp. and Black Tea;
llki bbl lo.a e ; j M No I rtoap;
'0 d 1. rto ; ' s lieror titer,
tool. Cru-b d 'ogar; ' m hoxea Oiwware;
15 " and ln-s U.l do; lo bar. AU p ca.
M PowoKird ur; 1 5 " feiver,
4 1 I II A hail 11 Ka.iini; - Mii and .la Mar t;
10 Id I. Brandy! ft bbl Gin; 1I b U Wine; 1.0 bbl K ri.: tl
Wh:kr, li iutl it arrive tn tune. To hrr wi.u tub,
buckeU, hernng, C gi, Ae , An
LEtLVETT A EWINC,
fe' 24 No. li and l i, south Ma I t .ireel
FOR PADUCAH. CAIRO AND MEMPHIS.
r'!l Rrn-J..r t'oltrd ftal'- tlH a
I A. Paetier Fa krt. JOII MMP ffZy
t S'l.-vn. i. 111T11..V .Mtrr, will ' tr"- -
o-.-. n . i. i
u..e ,b,, , ), i,,,tim, ,,. MIll ttU4V, Oi j
IB,,- ' I "Voe. r fieyhl or parue app.y j
vi. ..huh m w n . 1 WMi?, s grui, I
f.bisS!t at l 9. Mall Pak.-l Ofica. I
c u. IKS i
. a. iiait.
MICHOL, GREEN & BAIL-Y,
rOR-WAEDlNO AND 10JC31S10 MERCHASIS,
No. e5 and 47 l'llej;a Si, Near Uroad,
.viMivii i.r, ti:..
aaa aatuiaa la
Eacon, Lard, FtaUxera, Iktawax, Grain, Ac, Ac.
BT LATE AR..1VAU tUOM MW OKLVAN.-I our
k ut Oror.nr i ia (art co k-te, an4 ct aia
Bl.).-..l Irt In. I.,.. . 1'.. .....
tiniii.iKrortim.ro. Vt !..
nre, ti;e lo:lowio mxs1 : e1) w li c 1 cm tut C-b.
l'O lb 1. Fair ka Cho c Ssm
K I keV,
V OO ti (41f,
4 . da Vuit Puw.lere,
3 cae Itr. Miutard,
o la. .a,.,
1 i Prpt',
A tto io.er.
4tr. t .i.e.
5a u co.
15 triei fyrap,
L. kw. l CcIm,
1 1 kwrreto Maraerst,
X . H 4 .. d .
I fvein jaw, aoVd via -a,
! V liDuia.
' ti k u m,
j -f N:l, areJ Ue
W kita I u uejJlri,
J-'t'teau Jaa ' braada,
1 tlM. Aluwis4a.
3 b f SI. i. Ka ot,
! a a f .ii t-d ka-eeta,
ml Ne.t av luU,
Ml Ooarn LavQol P
ii dram tim F-4,
ovoa.0 Ciara, f arkMit J Jrj twxr iter ncf.
To(:hrr Wita mrry rtit antay ttp la r lit,.
MCuOt, faallJI A Ba:LIT, ,
t f7 Vf a'o fcave ia iore, aa ean:fnacut, 1 10V hist
fit. rH. ratorj fi d, ao:i.ws U m l viy rk.aa.
. o A.
II Alia. "
iUUii ilo Ih u. Gust S.i,
ti do A..iu4t t aaa. Oiaib-? An
la More aad M ia. . u. U.'aDO.X A CO.
uom s ui: u&nmtu
CiT twaaivad. a few "1 aaaaVeawa DrMuaj Gown.
Am, a Mki M i CW(MtMJla.
i Ottic of Emuu k Kt. R. F. Ca I
prwihik.. Frh. !.!. - f
C--?. ELECTION H0TICE The
"!w Jtockhfilder of ih- Edgefield aod Kentucky
Kaiinwi Company arc hrreby natiflcd that Iht Anneal Xleo
tioo of Seven Director to nanage t affaire of aaid Cora-
g. win VI ' ' - iu . " .r ' I 1 . c l II ......u...
r-'i-?? Young Men's Lyceum
aWS16 of Nashville. The 4't Leetur of tha
Course will bo dl:virrw hy the Re. I. B. Fia-irsua, on
Tnatlay n'tht, M-eh 4 h, at Uie Chrt-tim Church rn
Che-ry .trrt-t Tirk-ts aimittip a UfntVmM anJ nne I
dy,S ena. . Xa b IumI at the Bookaturea, and a ik dear.-
WA"MTf!"D A Rltnntinn bv
tM-w - J
tre J T. M'KESZIK, Na-hv.i:e, Tenn. iet.2V.itw
av-, POST OPFICE. From and
Jaijawii the l-t of M.n-a next, no -r.-nt :n
I b- rnird in the P t race. A.l per -on r D-1 nrd not
i ' m" lhe,r ,rtte' "chrg? s." e,
it op tretJ rten.l safer ir-hy ilo. W have fuil
aupply .f a ampa aod eurl ! lway on hiird.
S li. ANOLILSv'N, Post Master.
NiMhvitie. rh. M 1S.',6.
tQ W,ANTEDTAnoT7,l Oook,-
Ironer and a-'Uor. ply at tl.U efficc.
.sit vv aiteneiu 5 lyorn rianter.
TTT 1 f 1 J ri Til- -
lrsr This use ul Iiiip inent m. y be i a oi in -d nil
o-dcrs k'ft at tlie -'T-nne sse Kar-rer aad Mechanic " office,
Nu. SO it Deaderkk street, uosta-.r. feolS
5s, To the Tobacco Planters of
Tennessee, "at un-li-rnimed wishes t for-
clme he flrift Unite i or-irca ra't d in the Stale fur manu
fac mint piii-p-wi - lie will pay from ritly ents t (ine
Pollai- pr hundred more than the market prst fir Tobacco
uiUib!- for mnuN"-toinr.
ah at s'o 4-t and 4S Ool'ej- stre t, at the Tobacco fac
tnrv, wo door from Broad re-t.
fe'-l-VIm l''11 N'r'VOX MFREPITH.
GOLD WATCH FOUND. I
have in my pia-esaiun Htnd lih, taken
fr-iu a nirro wh'ch I believe to e i'ot-n, an I which th
rih:ful owner can get by iln.-r l n a-d P'Tint tr thi ad-ertecm.-.-it,
c. WM JACKSON.
ttM ELECTION NOTICE An
Ecctioti will b- hi'M t the PinVirj II hiim.
of 'h Planter' Ba.ik in Na-hville on M )rd iy, S I of Mar. h
next, ;o eiect tlerni D.reitjr3 to ere ihe ei uinn yar.
U. WEAVER, C old r.
Na.-hvi:l-j. Eeh. !, 16. J
TrT? Election Notice. The Stock-
aii4 holdtrs of the Nas'ivdte (iu Ujtit Comjianv
w,:l p ea-e take notice that the Annual Eli-etion f eeri i i
recto. sto manage thf affair of s.i id company will take place
at i-tr office on the (first Thurda)Sth day of M in h. IsSti.
Jan30-Ul JAM-J U. KE.nDiU K.SecrcUry
ABROAD AND AT HOME.
TOO, sn,MlS a 0. 41 Inlon tM
Have ju.-t received a number of new, valuable and inter
etin& works, to which they call tha attention of the j;utd;c.
TUB IRISH ABROAD AND AT HOMtt; At the Court and
tn the Camp With Souveulrt of "The Brikade." Kem
itii cer.ee of an Kruiurant Mi'.esun.
VIEWS A-FOOT :
Or, turop seen wi'h Knapsack and Staff. By Payard
Taylor author of "Rhmeef Trae c ta!.
Or, Adventures in th Pa'h of EmpTe; comprise g a
Voyage to California, fife in Sn Kranci co ami Monte
rey, Pirturea of th- tio'd K!on, and Expirieu-e if
Mevicin TtaveL ly liaja dTa-lor.
' Or, Sii-ti l es and Burlesques. By John P. sp iUihs, tail.
! OCR COLSIS VKUONICA :
1 Or, Scenes and A Ivrnturr over tlie Biue Uide. By
j Mary Ki t ihe-h Wormeli y.
TlliS HIDDKN PA I'll :
By M inon HarUnd, author of "A'one."
! LIKE AND ESSAYS OK IRAN K LIN :
' Wii'en hy himsi-r, tiuth-.riti' ediin.
)" HIIDjI. Coiiitnun to Choice I-)U:ina f.twr. in
iy J) unre Hud lorfale by W. 11. (iO tl-ON A l O.
i)fC PBI.a. Ch i-v l.oui-iana M-.lat
In vo-e and f.-r
UU a!e I V W. II
;iltliiN A OO.
S V II I- V !
Idt'F fioVen Syrup, an nt ;i art
In sure ai.d
KJKJ l. r
II. 00i:i)0 A HI.
t.. F'o-i la Mullets p
re and for ab- by
I.S Dou ile Relii.ed Cr
f l:l!t. F'o'ida Mullet-i. put 11,1 in Mwlrrril t.vle, in
. and for sal.- b . 11. iOI(lnN a i.
CRUSHED SU0AR! 1
JU h,l. I.y
ou ile Rclii.ed Cruahed Sueur, tn t ie atol f ,r 1
W. It. oiiItiKlN A CO.
h a. esvni-a.
a w. FKiirt-L.
Boot and Shoe Establishment.
sNvniut ct Fnizzrjj
RK no rtceivi-iK and opeii f at No. M C Hi - t'e t,
(1:1x1 ooor in R C M.'N ir A Co ,) afi l aim wcl se-lei-ti-d
a sor men' of Itt tilS AND S'lO.-f. nunulacui-. d
exprelv for the Ke a I Trad-; to whi--l. th. re .ei-!tiilU
imr te the a Unti.m i.f the r friv.il. aid ail bo ih lo par
chase K "iilii in their lit:.. T'iiir sim-k i-iiiniiriies:
Ladies' llel a tnrs, (very "t-p-riiir )
Lades' Heel H. n! (xtra Hn ;)
1 miles' Hi-el 1 pii-r. ) ntn-ly new:)
Ladi s' Ciovr!--" liai ers;
Liities Whoe Kid and ."atiu Oaiteri;
La its' Ena-idi ( ove hid tors;
(it-lit' Miper Ci'.f Seiic I Boo ;
Oe t- " leirifd 001;
lietits' Super P.iti'rit I. a her 0rra Po t1;
Gents' Pa nt Leather .-ho.-j, (of eery iescrijdion;)
en I'. n.r iiai'ei-;
Gents' C.lf sh .e. (reit varti ly.)
lirn's Ovf-trd I'is;
Ar devry other dt-fc-iiption frr La lii-' and Gent'emen'
Al-o A cornp'ot-nnr nv n' of Mie', B y' and Chil-dri-ti's
KiMitii, Still. ntid fi 1. leu.
A ir-"l at.ii-k ol lii-avn lli-oj.io for Nej-rne.
Ad af ahull are oUt-rnl it lo pi ic t..r oh'i. fe' 21?
EVANS & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers in Dry (io;ius,iVr.
XAsii villi:, t'ux.v.
TTE nrt now 0ctiinir 111 our new Maibe St -ri h iu.i-,
I V North side of t!ie Pib ic ire. a v. ry I iru un I lr
ira I- 'oc ; ot St.ipl. and Fancy Ory ojd, II .:, Bonne ,
Umbra la. Par 1 dr. Ac
llav.nt piiri bii.rd . ur (imvli nnd-r tho mt fnToi-b
e-rcumtan.-ea, we ar- preiia'ed to oflrr in iiic-menta to mer.
ciiaiit. vi.sinuif ou cilv. and rp ot.'ul y olic t thru, t iiive
ouraiock an ea uniualion lirfore purcti.i 111! elsewhe.e.
We wou'd eid PtH'Cial at ei t on to our . of LadiV
Dri-i OixiiU, Bonnets, R bbon. Mantle, Ae
JA,a EVANS AC.
TO TilK I.AIMl'aS.
PERFUMERY AND TOILET ARTICLES.
TTSr KKi ElVKD. a laige and Fre h .-. pply i f
V tue Coo(fi.es,
Bay Ru n
1 e I l.rn.Vr,
P :r- Powders,
I d Uh to.
C ytadoe Pomatum,
Boy.-r' Hvi e ion .uid,
VI lei -od- r,
Pin IU It,
and !?op ol ad kind.
TH. fue PuJ rot.
For ale l y
J. li. McOlLU
Mil. 1. 1, t onus
NOTIIFR upply of Phed. Tuc, lia.'ilina. Puff and fine
'. mo. Aio, l'ory. liuffalo and Ind a Kah'r Ccnba.
M,,a - J. H. M.-GILL.
pk.i a in
COACH AND SADDLERY HAROWARF,
I.L.I I III 11. Ar
ItAt r.F.MoVKD ACK09-' TUB STRFFTT TO
Na. 48 Eiati.de Xarket Street, SAJHVILLE-
BLACR AND FASCY SCABF3.
U" E l av yet a f-a f'.t rate Biaek an I Fancy crf, for
a e low. A'o a variely of ?carf M- e '.
For al by J. H. Vei.II.L,
Lad e' and Gentleioen' Furntshira A,
f. l,fl orner liua and ' lb t' treet.
O POXfS gWKkT OKANOfc-s ia r-' oriler. Fir.al
ZO by liebl.' J G.A C. K'akRT.HOM.
a- e a kt.
a. w. ucaaa, ja.
HART, MACREA & CO.,
u'jiol i: s a l i: a n o c i: r s
Hoi. 7 and 9 Soutli Market Street.
IITI have )ul reeeired and have In ire a p. eOon of aar i
V ik-, rorwutioe In lrt tif lh Lxlowirg ai Ucic:
1st th I' Fair tu Fatra .Nt
l'"i ue.u Maiket Kaket: j
rMr waudea bx Mateta
M boxea Han do; 1"I l i koa b Porter;
1-0 " at.d b''. P w ler.d ; Zd IbXa Stix.rd llenlng;
Cm bed A Loaf 64f j uni. Pa.a'4 T-;
1' 3 bi.l di I i-sra;
lii .'o-n " rurarta;
foo'k-.-. Na U-a.'tt4 uui;
ii.iam an . ;gt
IVi bo it Tvbec9 varkan
l'H) ha f b-.U il i;
ba l'i ff e:
t n pv (. U.krrrl,
NKi La.-, s.tt.
V c.i' Wan lia Rone;
ii cak Malaga W in;
S I Kerry rt0
l'U .cic M K IU. l",
8il Fraia s ASawmiU;
no d a jo- ni ';! ;
b n ,
t3 r-t tr-sh Cor Ol r;
. b xe Akw rled firkei-;
t " " Pia trait.
5 r.-s til bel I 1 go;
' kxr -la Cauda m.
1 i eaar. It-an. I y Itwrri;
in twror Rk;
1 b- xr aar.ilf.r-;
lre.Ler wub Pepper
U.C9. Isoda, a-- , C.
HAST. If ACHE A CO.
THE UNITED PISEXEX'S
! Insurance Company cf Nashville i
Capital 100,000 Doilara.
CUtrttI UT TUS atlTt.
. T:i Corr- ary i. Iw w iO-cfJ
, oper.lioa, aid W irparrl li
.... . . ,
aad Meichaad tfowl
LUfsdit UIUU.I: n iihi:.
A', an (mh.1., Ware asd Merc' ir.dja a I Cn fn
railv, aiaisrt hs ri if Sr., Infill lilnl Trasa
-wat e firk' lo.rn ai r o-fe lo the e f .
Ciaea 5a. Ji tol e mi ,-i!- O e "o.fn liaa-.
W M. ManiUa J, Fr. Ws..
Jiui f. faaaini, rfl.iy. irt
CVllkO tTERIT. X AtUTItLK, TtSaiI.
W.M. IIOUUKTS, rroiirietor,
(Lava oa ma riit
Tilt w bee reewatiy takea ihu art) t&owa
Ubnbiri I rti aad IbwMi" ty renovauna tt,
aad botyr ! br a In H cwa JOioi. aa a. 1 13 Oa ta'w
nur la ao luw .a lUit c-ty. Ta rvpr'mtut btm by
lunkuIJ tiiriM ef fc Aomwic j(. Ut. t.aJJwck, wba
torawty I e4 at Ilia U x Uvkrl.) b w -- I a Aat
beiwar iiy cf Uriaj fall wi.:i-l fcy iba po, aad fnnat
m taat a yal-i hail b at r4 a k f rl, to ar'A ha aj
tokaui l umw tw aaay ttanar fca with Uetr aaUtHHjt.
j Ha nuac aaliy aaakuia a ual ka aw aw.
1 faa-i-d4e t WM. tultXti.
ien Booi of Poems.
; BY L. VIEGINIA FEENCH.
. Sow rtaJjr aud lot a-a by - - . -
W. T. BKRRY & CO
A COLLE(nm-OF POEMS,
BY L. VIGIMSA FRENCH ' ,
rean'ty prinod in ore Tohtme, mo , Cloth. Trfc $1.
HISTORY 0E EITGLAITD,
TIIIHI) AND 1-UUUI1I VuLCMd.
Jl'-vr ItlX tlVI D BY
W. T. BERRY dt CO.
The British Historians. -
W. T. I! r 1C IE V rV t O. he J nt reee red
The Lives of the British Historians.
By lrstLawac. Two V.lumea, lij,o. tteth.
T-e E.irly II Syrian., n.m naa,.
P r Waltor RaWh,
Sat In de Thoyras,
Cathari ie Macaulay,
James R .1; h,
Jan et Macpherscn,
A lam r'eryunon,
Chaile Jame foa,
Lord Clarend n,
Gi bert Burnet,
1 ho mas Fuller,
Wt;:iaru K twtotj,
M 0t.-U t.o - M LTU. iH tl.
w. t. ii r: it it v a t o. h ,Ie 09
Jackson and New Orleans :
An authtemtie .Narrat re f ihe Aroerk-ao Army in
derCen. Asuaaw JacKy, before New . rieaiaa, la the
Winter of IM1-1 By Alexander Walker of tha New
Orhan fltt ,ol Vhno. CL th.
A Valttabla Contritution to Satural Scienea.
The 1. S. Xaval Astronomical Kx
I dil ion to the Southern Ilem
i$Ihere Dt KINti Tils T- AFU lsa, -SO, - J, 59
Tou I- CJ1ILF. It CeoW j. run a-e. Earthquake
Goveri.ment, focial Condition. MinwraJ Bll Agricu tui ai
Resuurc, Coinmerce, Ac. By Lieut. J. M (.ill:., 4. M.
Tot 11. Ta A.nps a t Paara.4. By Lieut. WcUaa.'
MiSKRiLS Ey J. Lawrerca .miih.
Isnua K.mms. y Thoina. Ewl.auk.
Maastais Be fpenrhr t. Bairl.
I iki V.j J jfiDOkwin.
Rhtji.s. FtMu and Canrrattt. By Chfk.GtrarX
fai-u. Iy A. A. tii.uid.
Iikd Plaxt. I yAa(JriT.
I o-imo I'L.xTsiso.-i.uw. By w ,.. D. BrackenhrUl(a.
Fowl Mnu By Jeilrie, Wyir.an.
FOS.-IL .-imLLs l!y T. A Conrad.
Priifuwly liiu-tratrd wth pWmcn of BIrdi, Rrp fle,
Sh.ll Fi h, a-., Ac, elahoraWly :id tiu-tilotiy colured
after natu-e. i vo ., 4to, ne.itlv boun.l in hairr.ilf.
F,,r ,-llu bJ W. T. BEKRT A m
B i k-e l. rs, Nahil!
J. Y0HK & C0S LIST.
Macaulay's History of England.
A va iet, 1 f Pii'.t Cheip E I '. uni a d Full 1 noinirn.
V1I.I.A..K AN!. FARM COtTAGrS. I la trattd wiLh on.
h n Ind enrraf in.
o;. llomc-tead. By Mr Sii-t.hen.
i.ie iionie-uad on the h Jl-.u. Hy .Mr. Holme.
Kate We.tmi. Bj Jennie De Wilt.
Ju o ( tiToi-l.
C'. ud at I .i:-'.l In-.
The lltifiier'n Fr.i-I.
l y Re- !-, aa h i i f Prg WofCi.xtan.
HeiVy's s.ined PI ir.
.Mr.tr-.-n P:p.i,ua. U the-auilmr ef re erSihlemihl la
Aini-r ( n.
T! e Lay f'arof Atnencm F-e. d ra.
Kn w Nothini; Alii an c lor 1-S6.
Mai.il, ami ot-r lo.nn. l'.y Frnni o-..
The Vyxtic. ty I'a ry, a .t'.or of F.tu.
Kite .tinion: A P. e fnon Lea! L.V.
A'plratinn: An Ant .l i. g :,,hy ,j( l,lhooX
Keprr-ent itive Won rn. PyKuldaio.
Harpe.'s ,ri !!., k c m di t.
f.t jl Ju t reived hy JOHN T01K A Ci7.
Books on Farmiuj, Gardening', Balldinrj.
SI V. .'If I N'S bOoK OF 1 HE r AliAl : A compb-1 aatde to
the Fanner, ."leward, Ploatnin, Ca'l.e-man, Sliei herd,
Field-worke", and fiairy-rraol.
Land CipeGaiduiojau! Rural Architect.ir. Br A.J.
The Arehifei-ui-e of Cour t -y II..nea. Ry A. J. Downing.
R idimrut of Airhiterl ire and IIj 1 at g. Py Uu Uo;k.
Am-ra-ar. Ci t:as Hut d. r. Hypi.llo.-k.
lit t mj m,J Kudiine l nf ,ch.t,-c:are. DyRulla-k.
J Im-on's t, jr.lrn r" M ir Ih'y Volume, complete in 12 aoa.
tvaii' 1 iiry-won )V Matmilal.
Licb k'i Compiel W'oi kt oo C'lirim.try.
For sale by JOHN V OttK A CO ,
'! ' Ciru' r I't.iou and Cherry ttraeta.
TO TITE PUBLIC.
WT-- the ao.irr iynel would re.perrfally an.
JZ-t noun -e to h f-u-n.N, and the citiiena of
Nvhville ar d Tic nlty, lh .1 he ha returned to Ihe eity lor
the purp i-e of pur-uiug h prod-moa ; aad that he ha as
ieia'ted with him. On lal. nt.d Artist. Mr. F. Arocirna
WsPk Tit ; and he fee a-.-or. d, from their ncceaa io i.
other ?:a-e, thai itn.1 effort in thi-ir p'ofeaaion eaanol fill
io be received wiih lavor by the Wver of art It. Te nnea
JOHN W. D0DGI.
Nasartu a, fer. 24, H 3.
Photographic Miniature Portraits.
X fFSsKS l-MlKiK A WHNDFKOlll would make knnwa
If 1. to thr rimen fr-irnil. t'tat tl.ry hav dkro ruoma
ovrr "Hick' t h n II ill,' North .Mr of the Purine i.,mrr,
and are now prepared 'orv enir ( n ad litiot to Ml-iutlurr
on loryi then.w Pilill'Oi. KAPOIO VIMATCRK PORT
RAITS. 1 h. e Pn-lure are f:om l.o.:ki t to C iW. el ir, ma
il in bandviui ornairient for the parlor. Ttey po-s th
faitiifulnes of the Wrnr, with the exprra loo aud coloring
of blr, and are r,-- ).uoHt.
Palntrd Ph.d: r- pr,nf Tar mm i re taken of Pa
Perre Ivp, wh.n nn-iin in rd with a d-c. Iptlno of lh
fitnpift on, col'-r of the eyr haT. dre, Ac. bpecimenaof
Ihe i'iiT rrut rtylra, paiolcd aud plain, can b rxammad al
beir tudi-. decli-l Sj
ami: AT JAST!!
Lloyd's Steamboat Directory, and "Dis
asters on the Western Waters.
A L0 :
MACATLAVJ III -TvUV o jLAND.
HAMPTON HM MTA
liUNitl ANU OLI'IP. -f-it.
THIi kL?iUN i d! I.;: Iu Ca arcee, Carseal 4
M fiRT fFAOf. Ty r-rat.k FeynoMa
THE llMr.s-IAU OS T11S UILLSIIJK. by the Aathor
of Tti:tpt and Santhme.
THa ItoffE BIT THE WOOD?: A Poem. By T. B. ft.ad.
RLLLO'd loLF I. cCOTLANO. Py Abbott.
I.A.sC8 OF irNWlOD. y th. A.thoe rf UrartoeM.
Man ol War Life, lh Meieh.i V, a L Kit SasaS Ad
tetuurt, ot Vara of aa 0 d Marin.. The Great lo
Diamond, g. r r hi CH ARLFJ1 W. SMITH.
AT Till: ADIILPIII THIIATIIE,
US Wktlu-D4V FVININC, FtBaCAltY 1Jt, ajjd
aXiUiitu uuu. lunbct oi-.
fell N. H. NkTTUTO., Aiwa.
$ T 0R E W A RD!
F'ROM the a abl tf the aul -r kwr aa the No'rn.Til'a Tarn
f ne, r ear lnll.a Tarvl y a .r, Uic lnU,a
lartaBAT M A K K, ft v y-r ebl, "oily 14 brm I ijh, Try
fa", a n il wk;t-- .pot on t left tid ol I r atek, aad aoaaa
wil t on ri h lun-i f- rt. ' wui. O r h arf.
Al-A. a baf M. Mt'l.a. i t-aid. Luh half cf ea ho
en lei Ibr f i"t r"i Xtndi a tit; I a, oa tha right lur aVvt,
H,r yra- old b rp'
T'i above reward all. b pa.d fi r th rec.erry of th aa(.
.d lAiwve. of a prvrwriiua lor mh r of then
til ON MIKRITT.
Na.ht.le. Fb. I!. ts.'l ,
Tarla About Am brut) pet.
A a a'-t.ty f ar mule Bos S r . m la Xaahviile iaaa at
Aaatxotjpw K a-mi. No. 4d Colir. tt.
ABtirwi.pva at at op- o a l ulu s at claaa, Kermeti
j cahy raod, asaJ tbu roie4 aa.ai. all porafedii af u.-
Anbro'Tp CountTtrr a' aadc ea tingle (lata,
ca ai d al. m l duiayle a a a dil.ari irgorty.
As. bi- type m aaaea by tn laaMi iadiaiia;uh
lb' fruaa all o kr pt.iurea. inh.ro 'i twrrow tb awflM,
and a;i..iv it io aa ia.iuf fin n as eh lata tbe taara
MiOla af aa aibre.!M ttre aad -tuTiB.i i, Abt
o r i c i: .
'I'llf a9-p-rtr-..p ef Prr.in. I'aa-pheS A Cat, ct thta
1 o-.y, t ttm 4 i d.trri by cnuiai evearct. ciiaar (
the co paf.&cf taia t-- aua of I' nam nf 0. Aral la
fcjuidaaua. W. M. P RK1V.
W. H. CMr-UKI L,
Haw Cxiaafi, two f, J).'3. tAM'L P. V) AUkAS,
la raurinf frtua tS Ci-wEianita Ba.isrs wa rehira aa
taana to mar frww-l a-.d aatrwo, xn I '.rrrQn. rreeea aA
aw nm ne aaJ la' ariner, wl. X fr r i.a, aa aUoiftlaat
wuru-y af icu e.aS loc aad patr&n;.
W. a. CM"BPLL, :
BAMX r. WiUiL .'
Ti GneriJ Ctmaaua Ba-r hrrfc-6..ee odarted f
Prrk i t amrkwtt A Co . ai.: tw e.lia td eaaeaAiaiearwa
Ka kv W. M. frrt. a, aiMler IU Ml Ir of
exit mmtvj rrrtits a co :
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ia bvaea W. R. f ber- r
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