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. . . . The Utah correpon'tfence of tbe New Tork
Tribuht of tfie 4th uTL, under dale Dec 4th, con
lains tbe To!1o'i,jj iatelligenee regtrdin the hand
art train, it will be seen that tbe intelligence
tWt Vhe hni trivet 'all rifht,' published in tbe
New York XonrutA, ta contradicted: "Another of
the band-cart train arrived here I at SmdaT, in
(tondtiOn which bee-gari all description.' Winter
iadjht them tu the mountains destitute of clothing
tod protiniona, and had not tbe relief which wa
lent from here reached them, every oie of tbera
oull have perished. As 'ft is, out of the BOO
which started, one4oarth have died, and more than
100 of the remainder have lost their handa or feet
from, tha efT.-ct. of the cold. When they reached
bera there were not 60 in the train who could help
themselves; the reft wre stowed in the bottoms of
' the wsron which hid been sent for tbem, razeed
nd filthy beyond conception; helpless and despair
lug, they wouM not eet oat of tbe wagons to at
tend to the calls of nature, and i( the weather bad
' not been Intensely cold, it would haTe bred a pes
tilence. I never imaslned such a scene. vIIeaven
preserve me from witnessing sncb another. And
yet the D:urt Knot has the effrontery to tell tha
world that they came through well. It is said tbat
there are jet hundreds of these poor deluded
wretches in the mountains. A few days apo at
express reached here from an oi train encamped
on Green river. Their cattle had given out, and
they were bare of provisions, being obliged to feed
on their dead cattle. Some forty wagona with pro-
visions, bad gone to their relief to endeavor, if poa
s "ifele, to get them into Fort Bridger."
.... Mr Charles A. Rosefield, a citizen of Co
lumbus, has applied for letters patent for a most
beautifully contrived Fountain Pen. It is in an ex
tension case, the ink fountain i incorrodible, suits,
ble for any kind of pen nips which one may wish to
use, and is, from its peculiar construction, calcula
ted and decijned to supercede all other inkstand
'pens fa vogue. As soon as tbe patent is issued tbe
manufacture of tbe article will be com menced, and
of which every variety of style of cases, in different
metals, will be made. We are impatient to be the
,. owner of so great a desideratum as this invention
promises to furnish. It will certainly meet with a
cordial greeting, eod be generally adopted by all
. who desire to make tbe most of time, and write
with the avidity of their thoughts. What boon in
will prove to long-winded gentlemen of the presi
end the novel writers! Dairy up this invention
Mr. Kosefield, lor we are down on tbe old fogy
pent now in mvlColumbut Sun.
. ... It is stated iu the Washington papers thai
Among tbe frietidi of I'restjn S. Brooks there ex.
isle the greatest dissatisfaction concerning the med
ical treatment of that individual, durtng bis illness,
and that it is universally believed that he fell a vie
tim to Dr. Boyle's utter ignorance of bis case. This
feeling extends to South Carolina, and baa produc
ed such indignation in public sentiment there, that
it is thought the medical gentleman will soon find
it advisable to leave Washington and seek some
r. other field of labor. II is former character turns
s oat to have been that of a bally, and it bus been a
great hobby with bim to prescribe expulsion from
tbe eity, in all alaaming cases of difference of opin
ion with himself and bis friend, lie will probably
bave a chalice of this favorite prescription to take
. himself, ere long.
.... On Wednesday, tbe 1 6th olt., Mr. Cbarlea
Clark was attacked on the road about two milen
oast of Augusta, II ad cock county, 111., by two men,
who, ait'.r wounding bim with a knife and pistol,
robbed him of f 015 in gold, mottly in 20 pieces.
Tbe villains lelt Mr. Cinik lur dead, but we are
glad t3 say tbat he is now rvcovi ring.
....A correspondent in the Richmond Enqui
rer, sigiiiog binim If "Viriniti!" jin'tuger1, if conso
nant witu tje f iliiigs of ex-Treei lent Ti rce, th-it
the State of Yirriui "raisv, by iudiwJuul subhcrip
tion, a sum eufliciet.t to purchase a Southern borne
and presaiit it ti l ira as auottti.ti.il eppr val not
in wurJ, but in deed of liii administration oi
t lie govern iiieut." Good gracious ! I I
.... Au accomplice lT t'ie euriioed firmer "Ev
erett" baa been arreted iu Wbetliuj.'. The gen
tloroau who Lad bim arretted ii a mercient frjiii
Boetjn, named Oliver 1'itrstl. It appear tb.ttl.i
fjrg.r, who weiit by the name of Fcrkios, in
' Biutjn, andLlr. lliftjo, tu Whecliufr, f-red a note
on agate bank iu PbiUdelphia for (697, which Mr.
Fur. L, was deceived into eudorsing A lingular
thl.ig in the condect of this alias genii -man, it, that
be should bave left Wheeling after Everett's .met
and come on to Baltitmre, and then gone back
again for f ar, as be alleges, tbat people might hae
euppieod bim to be a party concerned. He was
full iJeulified by Mr. Pierail, aud committed to
.... The severest snow storm of the season, ac
companied by a tremendous gale, occurred in New
York City on the 2d inst, ' '
.... A Milliwaire who htely died in Baltimore,
began life iu that city as a bar. footed aad bare,
'beaded errand boy. By boneaty and pereeveraoce
ke worked bis way to wealth and general esteem,
and fT many years enjoyed all tbat could render
life pleasant and desirable
....The CapUiu-Genrral of Cuba has granted
permission to "all persona" to laud Chinese appren
tice on the ivlind, so that tr ffic in Coolies hence
forth it to be anrestrictecL English vessel are en
gaged in this traffic, end the English government
winks at it It is said to be vary profitable. Dow
much better it tbi", than the A fr can Sit ve trade,
for which philanthropic Enlind affect such a Lor
int . . "
The fortification bill which pissed the Uouse
on Friday includes the fallowing appropriations:
For Fort Carrol, Soil r's Point flats, Baltimore Dar
bor, tl50,i00;forlha f rtificaiijn of Fort Madifon
.Aonapflis barlior 20,000; fjr an artenian wf 11 at
Fort Monroe, $10,000; far Fort Calhoun, Uamp
ton RoaiJn, 1100,000; and fjr the conxtruetion of
jermnent plitforms for modern cannon of lare
cali' re in existing fortiflcatiots cf important bar.
born, (100,000. The total amount involved in the
ii!lLi $2,Sil,SiX. The Legislative,' Executive and
Jadicial nproprialioo bill includes $333, ?&0 for the
comperMijn and mileage of Senators, and $1,
S48.760 for tntmbrrsof tbe House of Represents
... . Sfr. Torter, ticket agent of the Pa ei fie Hail
rtad at Jefferson City, Mo., was arretted on tbe
S6th ul'., upon a chsrge of embeiselinj tbe Coa
pu;;'( fand.i. lie gave op $3,000 and implicated
I'riJe and Abbott, conductor of the train, who
were arr.-ttted at 8t. Louis the next dar.
.... William Mat loon, of Springfield, .Mass , la
connection with bis brother, bs contracted locoo
ftruct the abatmects and towers f the saspeniioa
bridge over the Ohio river at Cincinnati. The
towrs ate to be 230 feel ktgh, and tbe amount of
the com net is one million dollars.
.... The Virginia Volcano lures out to be a
hutubaf . The fttaenton Amrrifmn, in rrffrence to
ft, a .y: "Oar Incredflhy f ag bein cootrmeJ hy
a riiit,.u i f Hipt luid ct'Uttr, ho Lvre within 16
nuk-Sif thf l-aUfy-of tiie reported Vf ilea no, we
1.emed it proper to give It an rditoril notice. The
Tbe grrtiiaau la ahuiw'we nCr veryeoiphaiical
I j prvit'Oeneei It ahox.S Uea.va however, t'.at a
enock cf an earthquake w.e f U at the time rrpor.
r ..... Th (! commiieeof iheBMokljacoeamfB
coancil bave uodrr eoi adrration a p'opoiuoa ef a
e)ompany of Biwo eapit-rete loeupdy ih c;ty
wUu ga at $1 25 per lOOOf.-ei, aud $1 U looO
el o he ciliX is. Tbe preaect com pat. y cbarg
$2 for the gas used by lb Uj and l 0 tot that
baed by tua ctliiar . . . ,
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H03ILAY, MAECH 9 1857.
Tbe New Cabinet.
the cast of the Cabinet published in the
Patriot of Friday, it appears, was prema
ture and erroneous. As reported now by
telegraph neither Mr. Plcmeh 5or?!i.
Clifford arc 'members of the Tresident's
family Coancil. .Hon. A. V. BboVk in
stead of being assigned to the Navy De
partment, is placed ' at the head of the
Post Office Department. Judge Dlack, of
Pennsylvania is Attorney General, and
Hon. Isaac ToccEr, of Connecticut, Secre
tary of the Navy. These changes improve
the Cabinet materially. In the hope that
the postal affairs of the West and South
West may receive more attention than
they did under the administration of Mr.
Campbell, we are gratified to find Gov.
Brown in charge of the Post OEce De
partment, lie knows something of the
wants of these sections, and we doubt not
has the disposition to do justice to them
The position he fills is of great responsibili
ty and extremely laborious. But it is al.-o
one which affords an opportunity for achiev
ing distinction. If he shall succeed in in
troducing order, system and regularity,
where now little more than chaos reigns,
we are sure every man in the country, ir
respective of party, will render to him the
honor due to so great an "achievement.
We append the new cast of the Cabi
SMirrlaryorStat, L?WTCAS9, of Michigan.
Sm-ftary ofth Trtatury,. .H WELL COBH, t Georgia
terary of War JOnN B FLOYD, ef Virginia.
frurrrtnryofth Xnry, IJA Af TOU'""Y. of fonn
ftvrrtari, of tkt Interior.... JACOB THOMPSON, of MiM.
PottmtuUr-Gen tral, AAK0N V BROWN, of Tann.
Attorney-Central, BLACK, of PiBn.
We had the pleasure Saturday of spend'
ing a few moments in the studio of Mr
Black, the artist. We found there a num
ber of Portraits of citizens of Nashville,
painted within the past six weeks. They
are in his finest style, striking likenesses,
and exquisitely beautiful as works of art.
No lover of the fine arts can behold them
without admiration for the genius which
speaks through every feature of them. If
Mr. B. has not already done enough to
make him eminent, there can be no doubt
that he is fast mounting up to a high niche
in the temple of fame. It will not be many
years before a portrait from his brush wil
be regarded as a jwize which the possessor
may justly be proud of.
Mr. Black will have time to paint a few
more portraits before he leaves here. His
room is over Berry's Book Store, where he
will be pleased to exhibit his productions
to any one who may wish to see them.
f"TIie Americans of Wilson held a pablic
meeting at Lebanon on tbe 2d inst., and ap
pointed delegates to the Sute Convention and
aleo to the proposed District Conjrre9t-ional Con
vention. Resolutions were adopted reoom
mending Robert IIatton, Esq., as the Ameri-
ican cantidate for Congrcs.". The proceeding
of the meeting will be found in our colunms
53?Mr. Joseph Parkey, of Ilaucock county,
is a candidate to represent the counties of
Greene, Jefferson, Hancock and Hawkins iutbe
lower branch of the next Legislature.
5r"Tuo8. II. Coluwell is aunounced as a
candidate to represent Bedford and Rutherford
in the next Legislature.
Gkn. Haskell. The Knoxville LtqisUr
copies an article from the Memplii Ewjle and
Enquirer in favor of Gea. Haskell for the
Governor, and adds
Troth, every word of it. As long as tbe
Wm taks in thatstjle the Eist will join hear
tily in doing lienor to one of our nioct gallant
and gifted spirit.
From tha National Intelligencer.
Kctlrlntjr ?I cm bera.
We have often bad occasion to remark on
the letriiuental effect produced on tbe busi
ness of legis!ation by tbe removal from Con
grese of members of experience to make wy
tor new aud UDtried favorites. The doctrine
of rotation in office is a popular dogma, but
oar observation convinces us tbat it is more
specious than sound. We have to regret its
effect with alinosi every closing Congress, aDd
do not remetnbor one when it has aoted more
injuriously than it will on tbe next; fur seldom
bave we had to regret the loss of more valua
ble members of all parties than will retire at
the eud of the present session. We will cot
undertake to particularize at present; it would
be an invidious office to attempt; but meeting
with the annexed brief but just notice in the
Baltimore Patriot of ore valuable retiring
member, we venture to copy it:'
"Acquaiuted with Mr. Ttsom's Congression
al career, we say, unhesitatingly, that the
House of Rupreoentatives does not contain a
more honest, fiithful, active, and intelligent
member. Always iu his place, and always
ready to act according to his oonviotions, he
has aet an example of industry and oonecien
Uousoees in the discharge of lii-t legislative g.
tie that entitles him to the esteem of his con
stituents." .-.. .
American and IV bis; Meeting:.
A meeting ef the American and Whigs or Ruth
erford County was held iu the Rutherford Telegraph
OOce on Monday laal. Col James. 11. King was
appointed Chairman, and a full ami free iotercbaoge
ol opinion was had in matters pertaiuing to tbe ap
Tbe following resolution was offered aod adopted
anaoitnously : Kenolve, Tbat we request the Auer
leans and Whig of Rutherford County to meet in
Convention at the Court Uoaee in Marfreesboro, on
the first Monday in April for the purpose of ap
pointing delegate! to attend the Slate Convention
in Nashville on Friday tbe lit day of May; aUo for
the purpose of selecting a candidate to represent
Rttherford County in tbe popular braueb of tbe
neit Sute Legislature.
Tl i meeting was large considering that it was
called on Monday moruing. Tbe different sections
of our county was represented. We were rejoieed
to learn of tbe bsrmony that prevailed in the coan
iy of Rutherford. We earnestly hope that every
tiil D sirict in our County will be fully represent
ed on the first Monday in next mouth, as it is
lUougbtmost poliac to nominate oar euedar J b-r
er for RutherforJ County on that day. We hop;
the members of our piny eill be bera tm miw so
that every p jr.ion of our county may be bear J.
Rihikss tills Bkascu BAi.--Th Times of
the 5th asys: V
The Hoard of Directors of the Branch
Back of Teuuessee at this place, elected on last
riureJav, the following offlore for the enu
ing year: CXd. Jacob Alille, President; Col
Geo. R. roel, Cavhicr, aud JMr. II. G.
Clerk. Wo onderetaml that the ealarlt-e bave
been considerably increased. 4 . .;
RooaaaviLL ItpgoTi.vo.--The Timet says :
The iui Qt.ee of this lace ia iucreaviog rap
Idly every dy. Faiuiliee are utoviog in every
wt.k and a great many more woald Outae, if
they lould gvt b .ju.ee io live iu. Kent are
htgu anl real UU log Iter. Tbe Laod-boM
ere around R"gerav;lle are grejtUy retarding
the growth ol tue place by tli exhorWtaul
price demanded. Lta are out of reach of a
Common pure. We would advi tbem, a it
ta to their klertwi f.r tbe town u, gr. w np
and fur loechanios acd ineu wio wi.;, tog.
into bua ntwa, but Lave small e;u!, to low$r
tUfic furoa. . . ' i t . ; f
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Ool. N. G. Tatlok. Tbe Rogereville Timet
of the 5th icetM says Col. Taylor will doubtless
be a candinato for Congress against Hon. A.
G. Watkins in the first district. The Ameri
cans ongbt to go to work and elect hioa if ho
takes tbe field.
American Steeling In Wilson County.
" Lebaxok, March 2, 1857.
At a roeetinsr of the Ammm nn hhl t tha
Court House in L-binon on tbis dsy, for the pur
jiwb .i ppointms Delogtte to the State end Dis
ttictCotifentions to nominate candidate for Gov
ernor sod CnnSrfs, Col. W. B. Saunders was
called to the Ch.ir, end Dr Thomas Normao and
Jordan Whit appoint-d cVcr. tiries. - -
Un motion, a CommitW was aoDointd. corset
ior of B. J. Tar. r. Dr Thoro.s Norman nd Rob-
rt Link, to rpcrt n-solutior s and in" accordance
the folio i.ig w.r Introduced and adopted :
Hrai8, jtij!'gtxen dtt rmined bj the StUe
t.tr l Oomn itt ? of the American Phrtv. tht a
Con.M tion eh..ll be h.U at the tity of Ksh?ill9
otkFii Uy. tbe first day of May next, for the pur
pose if noojinHtinj: a cindidate for Governor : and
whereat, It bus been 8uBZst?d bv some of the
Arop-ican papers m this District, that it is f ropc r
to c II a Convention for the purpose of Selecting a
Cndi Irte for Concr ss; thi refore
JL-'Jved, Thnt in th opi .ion of the Amercit s
cf Wilson, a District Convention oupht ta be C H-d
to noiMnhte a ctniiat' f .r Uoner. us.
Ilenotved. Thgt t'ie s rvics of Hobskt IIatton,
Eq , cf Wilson, during the 1 ft canvass, as the
rillinorr El ct' r. wtre aide, gIlt.t, and meritou
ous, and met th cor'ii 1 approbation of his pnrty.
Renolwd, 1 hat the Chairman of this met tins ap
point one Dtlgatis and Alt mat 8 for each cid
cist ict in the cour.ty, t-i uttnd t;ie St-:t Conven
tion t the time and tl appointed, an1 thiit thev
be i Btruct'd to clt the vots of this cjutv Lr
anv good AnMTican.
Renolvrd, That the D lgat 8 appointed ts the
Stt Conver tion be instruct -d to attend .t the time
and plic thnt miy herenfter be d-ijnted f r
hdl ling tbe District Convention, and cut the voti
of this county fr Robert Hattom fxr Contress;
aud if he fiiU to get the nondn -tion, thfii they be
instructed to vet for some ith r tree American.
liettJvfd. Thut the Seer. tries furnish the Leba
non "llemld " and the Patriot" and 'Banner" at
Netml-, with a copy of t. is Preamble aod Res
lutions f-.r publication.
V. B. SAUNDERS, CT'n.
, ,,, v secretaries. s
Jordan White, t
We have heretofore expressed our views in
favor of conventions, and we look upon aeon
vention for the purpose of nominating a can
didate for Congress, as being as necessary as
that for nominating the Governor. If a con
vention to decide claims aud select the bett
man, is needed for the one; the same reason exists
fortheother. That there are conflictm? claims
no one can deny, and that these claims must
be adjusted before tbe election, or defeat km
low. is equally clear. Now there are but two
ways to settle these claims: the first is by
agreement among the candidates, the second
by the exprepsed wishes of the party; the Jat
ter being in our judgment, the best, as being
the expression of the popular will. We thir.k
highly of both of the gentlemen proposed
Mr. Heady has been a faithful officer, and Mr.
IIatton is a true American, and has done the
party great service. Both gentlemen have
many friends in this county, and it is to deter
mine who hns the more, that we desire a con
vention, lo a clear expression of the popular
will both onght to submit cheerfully, and if
either refuses, he is no candidate of ours we
will support no man who would force himself
noon the party contrary to its known wishes
The Lebanon Herald, Mr. llatton's friend,
"In view of the existing 6tate of things we
cannot see how the matter is to be settled, ex
cepi by a convention fairly gotten np. All
must see the importance and necessity of this
step. We hope our neighbor of the Ku trier-
ford Telegraph, fur the sake of uuion and har
mony, will no longer be an obstacle in the way
of the meeting ot a convention. An over
whelming majority of the party require and
demand it. 1 lie minority ehoulusubiuitcheer
lull v to the wishes of the majority. Let us
have a convention, friends, aud settle this mat
ter, and enter upon the coming contest as a
unit. We would suggest Fi anklin as the place,
and the first Monday in May as the time for
the meeting of the Convention. What say the
lres9 and our friends generally?
This is the right kind of spirit, and indicates
that Mr. IIatton will abide by the action of
Mich convention, and should he fail to get the
nomination, then we expect to see the llersld
drop him and go with might and main for Mr.
Ready, should he be the nominee.
-The llutncrford Telegraph, however, holds
a tfomewhat different style. The followiug we
clip tiom its Ins-t issue:
Fr both of tbe gentlemen (Mr. Ready and
Mr. IIatton) we entertain, not only feelings of
die highest admiration for their talents, but
ids-oof the warmest e-rson:il regard. We have
taken our stand for Ready, after weighing the
matter well. We are for him without his
Humiliation by a convention. In this we are
sustained by precedent.
"The calling of a convention would be show
ing a disregard for him tbat we .hall oppose
with ull the ability we posses.'
Now we happen to have a tupremt contempt
f.ir precedent when we think they iuterlere
with common sense and the good of our cause;
and the "precedent" of not opposing a man
merely because he wishet to be a candidate, is
a xery weak one. Ou this principle the most
oubsuuimate knave in the world might dtclare
himself our candidate, and we might get a
verji sound drubbing, ail because "precedent"
would not permit us to consult together and
bring forward our strongest man. These re
marks are nt intended to apply to any maa
in particular; but we say if Mr. Ready is the
choice of the majority, let us have him for our
candidate, and elect him; if Mr. IIatton, ditto;
or if any other good American is the choice,
we are for him. Taking this view of the case,
we cheerlully acqnieco iu the proposal of the
Herald, to make Franklin the place of holding
the couveutiop, aud the first Mouday in May
the time. What do our American friends say
to this arrangement? Franklin Eetiew.
The son; of t'ie Clerk is yet unsung. We bear
a sad mur nur work ! work! work! iiing jeebly
from tie counters, and shelves and heavy spring
ttocks, from high deks In dark pi ices where no
ray of sunlight ever wanders. It bleui's wit) tbe
8'i-irp cty ol trade, witl the ceaHvls S.rokrs of the
hammers, itb the clotter of knives sod forks io
uodergrouud bcUs, where d. (fused mi-tses are de
voured egainrt time, in tbe restless days of "busy
season." It stinds oat on the pages of ponderous
ljdgei8 and sometimes it becomes painfully cUrt
ling io police repotU, wheo we read that "a young
cl.-rk was charged with embezzling tbe funds uf his
Tbe motto which Is held up to Yoooi Americans
la every Lunerv sod tcbool-room, U, "Be rich, or
tm nothing I , IVy see it io the iiprbcUl char
act -r of ail our institutions in paved itreef,
brown- tone houses, eilks and gems, vaeet and mir
rors.. Country Uoy see toe gbtver from afr.
Dull tj t'juia Income the songs of birds, and ttie
wh. at nodding to the light breeze, and fell the sim
ple d. lights cf uatare. With a mother ki-a end
a f t ier s tuokinr, "God lleta yea," the boy tart
for his Arctdia it a high heait. He hears te
coxtmaiy twadJbf if meicbaute tbat industry and
poiseverauee will be rewarded, lie leerne that
pfet y b weakness that be mut cease t adcr
the beaut f .1 untl he can pay Dr it. He bows
iou to tue G1 Ion God, and lays hi young carve
ud bit voeng Mint at bis feet. So years go by
lieraut'er' whispered prayer it forgotten the
ill muu ! dead be is a et.il 1 of simplicity uo'
more. The fond drm of bis yufi has beeu dis
pelled ; be bejji'i actually to funk tiat persever
ance Is soauti nes utel-ss. lie become on ef
two cl ifs w all know. Ue deliver him. If up
to billiards and brandy and water, hi cheeks lose
11 token of thrir former frehnes, and lit ej t s are
tj.rni 5 be frequent the lowest bauat ef Lis low
companions, be o;;oreia police reports; and On
day we mies bim entirely. Or bit spirit hi reg-h'-d,
and he become resigoed to bis dertiny cl -rk fjr
bfe I Uia etiouldora are stwped be wears one
seit a long while. You him oa bright Sundays,
w.lkiug na hi pale l itis wife aad children' ' lie
is known iu the great bouse a t i "Oil Clark."
The younger tciona afl -cl fuoninea with bim, and
bave a S.atidiug juke tUat b i "going into tbe
hr.u very torny. But a becomes infirm s-jonrr
tnao eveo thi y t ipeet. " a dry couh U herd from
hi high 'OoU ili prtply emoter wonder
why b Is alav ick, and begia to huit at "onn -bixiV
We." ' Tbey are just in that they bave
aaiked tn Uet drop of bis Ue-U xd he ui. a, aad
b a U vaeattt. liie huU one become Cbar.
ly'a c'vdiron, "d bit if fcrf'ever ringing t:i
name til any, work I workl work I aooa faUwe
biio J"r-'. . - . - , ,
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Too 8tr. Hi peopfe of Taliedeg ar jjVt.
tlnj loo tisart oa aioavy auttere. Thw JUporter
piei4t4 at that fle baa tne f II wtng; Oar
tBrcaau tc-1 butue ntea have atiuat nt;ie
e 4 V rtcelve Tae-ee siouev. It U wtih
difficeity t the bi:L ft the t, toi of tha
Sitate Celt t patted tu our tow a."
From the N T. Express.
The Crumbling of Mexico.
The novel treaty which onr Minister, Mr. For
syth, has negotia'ed in Mexico, again attracts
attention to trie fcr:orn and disturbed condition
of that unhappy country, whose fate it is,
whether we, or Mexico will it or not to
crumble before the superior energy and un-.
mixed blood of the Anglo-Saxon race in the
United States. The empire 6f the haughty
Gaatamozin, which was smitten flown by Fer
nando Cortez and hit bravest of all bravemeD,
Is again to fall before a race, not superior, if
equal, to his Spanish Hidalgos but far superior
to the mixed and intercrossed races of.African,
Indian and Spanish th.it now people Mex'co,
and kept np there perpetual internecine war.
llie treaty we speak of exhibits two things,
one the craving necessities of the Mexican
government, which twice or thrice before- has
tasted of oar gold and become corrupted bv it,
and the other, the cupidity, not so much of
our own irover- merit as ot individnnls under
that Government, with great pecuniary influ
ence in it, who nse ds, or would use the United
Mates, in order to gratify that cupidity. lhe
Mexicans in this treaty, it is true, do not pro
pose to give us a tenors,' or a 'Ualifornta,'
but what is more to them, if not to us, they
stoop not omy to mortage their revenues to ns.
who have been their mortal enemies, bntiri
fact to surrender to ns the control of their
custom, and thn, of oonrse their internal
laws. They introduce ns of the Unitod States,
and our governmental machinery, very much
as the Trojan horse was introduced into Troy,
with a certainty that, in the future, the arm
ed men in that horse will posses themselves of
Mexico. Hut, kb they give out. their neces
sities are such, they must submit to them or
perish, aiid this is probably true. A writer
from Mexico, who justifies the treaty says, in
a letter to the Journal of Commerce. '
'The facts with reference to Mexico are simplv
these: For more thnn thirty years, embracing the
period of her independence, her hUtory, so far as
either material or moral prosress in concerned, may
be considered as almost a blank. But the revolu
tion of Ayutla, of Alvarez and of Comonfort inau
gurated a new era. Hope a?in seemed to dawn
for Mexico. Through a new and wise policy, th
Romish Church wa paralyzed hy the well-directed
blows which were Hiwd against it reforms were
commenced ind liberalism was for once triumph
ant in this rountrv. But the Church was only
stunned not killed; it ha routed again, and, for
nearly a year past its inaideoua, persevering and
powerfol influence has succeeded in reducing the
efforts of the liberal Comonfort AHminNtration to
a mere struggle for existence; until the liberal par
ty are almost discouraged, an'I the prospect of sue
censfullv etbli.king the great refirms ol the dav
bave become most floomy. Were the Mexiean
people po'sewed of our ideas and our force of
character, it would be different. But we must vi-w
them as t'-iev are, with the character, ideas, and
habits, which centuries of Spanish misrule have
given them. They may know sofficiently well what
is want'-d to place tbem upon the road to progress,
arid advance their country lo its proper place
among the cations of the earth; but how to ar.
compli-h this, with the means they have, is a dif
fieult question with the libera! party. They feel
po wet Ira to seize at once the whole of the chnrch
property, they have been advised to do; and though
$ 18.000,000 worth has been sold, the transactions
hardly yet wear an air of reality, and it is felt that
tbe farms and buildings may return at any moment
to the possession of the Church.
uMeanwhile the Government is without resour
ces its treasury empty, its troops unpaid and
apparently, its last expedient exliHueted. Oneft-r
another, pronune!amento, caused hv the clersfv,
spring up in everv part of the country; and no
sooner is one put down, than another breaks out at
a f II I more unexpected point.
"Compelled toue all its energies in merely sue
taining its exi-tence, the Government ip powerless
to cither enforce the reforms which have been
commenced, or complete the course upon which it
so gloriouslv entered. Korean any security be ex
pected utitil this pernicious Church influence is
thoroughly destroyed and its power forever taken
"This would be oflVcted only by th" seizure of
its property by a government sufficiently strong to
driforce its proceedings; for the morxl influence
and prestige of the clergy have undoubtedly al
ready been almost entirely broken up; it is their
money power that now remains.
' One onlv hone has Mexico; cm she get asrst
anee from the United States? From nowhere ele
in the world can she obtain if; and without it liber
alism must speedily b overthrown; trade and com
merce continue to be paralyzed, and annrehy and
dissolution follow in melancholy haste. With as
sistance, and the consequ-nt moral encouragement,
the liberal pirty would feel eintioldutied, and the
picture would be entirely reversed.
"Thf re's no question but tbat the deposition ex
iste here iimong the majority of the better citizens
to carry out the great reforms which have been in
itiated, and that with soma pecuniary assistance
from abroad, and particularly with the moral force
thit the extension nf such aid by th. Uuit-d Suites
for su;h a purpose would afford, they would feel
and thev would artutlly be euflicieiilly strengthen
el to go on and coiuinmatu th se important mens
uri s. The present nego'intions, therefore, bave a
character which carries them above anv ordinary
considerations of hftrjain and s.ile; and while the
United States only conmlts her act'l'il commercial
interests, she yet acts the part of a friendly neigh
bor and of a true Philanthropist in cranting to
Mexico thut asista-ice which will enable her to
overcome that most deadly foe to her progress, and
may be the means of her entire regeneration."
This is the strong appeal made to the snti
Ronian Catholic st-ntiment of the United States
-aiifl it touches a chord hero not without its
foroe upon the public mind. The loan of $15,
000.000, however, that the Mexican govern
ment wants, is gilded also with some commer
cial privileges. The same writer then thus
touches onr pockets:
"In 1835 our commerce with Mexico was over
$9,000,000. It is now not fl. 000,000, and in pro
portion, hardly an eighth of that with England
Sow, we have an opportunity of turning the scale
and throwing into N?w York those vast sums of
Specie heretofore qui- tly, though so regularly pass
ing to Great Britain. If reciprocity has been so ben
eficial with Canada, what would it be with Mexico,
with her 7,000.000 f inhabitants and her varied
tropical productions. True, we now get this only
upon the frontier, and there sre difficulties of trana
purtation in the way. But the St. Louis jobbers
can tell of the proCts of the Santa Fe trade, even
with the always bih and almost restrictive tariff
and with this means of profilrble inlet for Mexicae
trade, what a stimulus to the construction of the
Texaa and other fir Western road. But the chief
importance of these measures i a beginning. They
give an opportunity of demonstrating to the Mxi
cans by their own actual experience, the advanta
ges of increased commercial Intercoms and more
intimate political relation with the United Slates.
The necessity is not iu any case involved, of re
quiring a very perfect government in Mexico If
quiet eaa only be preserved for a short time, the
gradual introduction of American business men
with their conservative influence will accomplish
Undoubtedly 1 Bat Mxico haJ some such
experience in Texaa io 1SSG, and elsewhere,
say in Upper California, where war exited
against Mexico before war was declared by the
The New York press generallv, we see, ex
pects this treaty forthwith to be rejected, if
ever sent to the L. S. Senate, but, crum
bling as Mexico ia, there i a vitality in neven
millions of dollars interested in its ratification,
which will lift np the treaty in the Executive
Seneion th Senate is to have to act upon the
Preident's nominations, eveu if it is rejected
before March 4'h.
Mexico preen?a to u of the United States a
most alarming aud puzzling problem. We are
situated towards her as t'ie ISritish eem to be
in India, a s eciva of overwhelming destiny
ilr&g ns on, even against our will Se crnm
bles into our hand-, and the crnmb'e are
rich, we cannot help Uking them up, eveo if
"humanity kri civilisation did Dot wins-
Eer to ns, in syren voices "Rescue us from
arb.rum, and from the vage even, that
are now inundating onr province."
71 A II It I C O t
On TnasJay, M lust., by Rev W. O. TVsrrlss, Ma. Jcura
C. Wot uj Mist tsaiaT H. Co 4tbtrof Var-
Bar D. Oos an, K. , of this coonty. iiurJrtet,or Tele.
Oa Wsdnesdav, l'h 1n , fcy v A U-w S. Rirjs, Mr.
Joke W. rivrui aad 11 a Jcua A- Uut, ail of this
On'w'edacdav,4'ltlnsU by Bv. Joseph I. Whit. Mr.
t'csiso D Miiiiii an4 MM lliaa rr ii. Mijua, dauga.
urof vapi.Hw. Mjwr,ef iau vioiuiiy-4.
CNtut, N V M.i. -Pta-ej Mexlicc .'.uti
v VKHlNa, tia'CB . 14 ST. at tha Ubrary sUtuaa U Iha
Vckaii;' luu(. He. S3 Culirfe aue, ep.Maita Ue
gswaare Uoaae. ik. L- WlNii U,
' bv H Reoo-bj tf frc ietry.
THE HEALrri!:ST PLACE IN THE SOUTH.
SALE cf 4HH0 aoraa al f AkfjABLB Lt M, ttta.tsJ
Hit New ir caix aa4 a-iu Hciraai, MtH ka
Lawrsaeeeaaaty.MiasllaaaitesfrwallMctff ! MrwOr
Icana . .
, ,s , - AUOj e -
Twrlvs Ileindr4 Tswe I-la, ln; hsta
cf ktrookhavwa DwpeM, lawn fnl , fciu. ltiat M
w Im we if aantha ait sw and kaa alrnady pops.aUi.a
wf tor part CiU. apclv to
TtlSm t. WtLLA,
" - ' '- ' Or, TUO15.0. AUt
rTHE splendid paaaenrer ateamerl u. l"Jl
1 J 3 CUSE, Catwbiqbt, Master, VPT'i I
will leave fnr Cairo, this daj, MON mAm 'iTtr ' r vrrttlA
DAT. at X'i o'clock H. For freight or passage apply oa
boardorto marchl A. L. DV"nJ, Agent.
rTHEstsnnch and vplendid steamer.
-a. OAJUKL B90N. Laa, Master,
Will leave at ove, THIS DA V, the SKhi
last., at 12 o'cloolu for freight or pawar'. airl v oa board
or to A HAMILT0V.
mnrchSd U. H. h Alt 1S0N", Air. '
NASHVILLE THEATRE !
Robertson Dramatic Club.
WEDNESDAY EVESIXG, MARCH 1177.,
Will be preieo'ed the Drama, in 3 Acts, entitled the
Fikct nxc bt Twn Youe llD'.ti.
I VtKTURK BJTHI OrfCHK-TKl.
ith the be-tuiifiil Drami of
IIOSE.STY IS THE BEST POLICY,
(f U-xirs open at t)4 o'clock. CurUin will rie at 7
Box-r CW ouen from IO . M . to 8 P. M where Sni ru
be secured. T.cketa 5'Jcenut
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
BOOTS AND SHOES,
fio. 73, IVOItTII MARKET STHEET,
T HAVE received and now offer for fa'e a fp1en1id Stock
JL ol tw anil Beauurji tr m.MI UUUIS, whchl will
sell as low, If n;-t losfi-r, than can hi-had ekeahne. I res
pect u'lv S"Hwt the attention i,f bnyeri t. this very de.-nri-
BieM.'C n wooai. n j. uo, GLAS.
lmrch 8 Zin
T) Y virtue of an atttrhmeot su d oat brf re Josiah Per
XJ ns, tan., at,d ia -gient rendered in favor of II II.
Hmm.T, ainit A. c. Winn, I thill expose to pnblic ja'e
io me nignssi m iaer lor rvn, at the Uourt rmn- yard, on
the 'is:h .1 .MAKUH, 13 I, a certain NKGKO OIRI.. named
MALI 0.1, about 18 years old, levied on a the property of
m inn, ia a'.uiy saia atiacninent aad ;lij costs thereon
Sale in lawrul boars.
m9 0t c. I). O
BEQTJLAR NASHVILLE AND CINCINNATI
SWAIiLOW, CAPT. AL'X. FBAZtER.
' I TTK above tl-(tant and soperbly farni-ih- erjcavn ff
A e l I'(ket, wi:h first clsns ceoroniod kJ$st&4rfi
tinn. 'np Pi.. n(ri.rm will run rirlitjrl w ill, . v 1
nn tie season between the above ports.
Th- SwiLUow is in commund of sup-rior and expi-ripnced
officers, and ill omit an h morable inducement to secure
Ltir pn portion of ihe trade.
KL'dsEL k CLAIBORNF, Avenl-,
febS s Corner Broad and Front sts.. Nashville
COOK FOE HIEE.
N excellent Cook, Washer and Ironer. for the balance
II oftrn year. Enquire ol
I 'HIS establishm nt will nrw-n for the reenUr KpHne and
I Simmer feison, on MUMHAY KVEMXU, MARCH
23th, with a full and e'Mciea'. Stock Company.
Mr. CorLDiiCK. the eiiinent Tms;edian, Is engage 1, and
will appear in a role oflavorita characters,
march! JOflL DAVIS, Manager.
THE NASHVILLE PU3L1SHIN3 AND PRINTING
TJOOKS fnr s -bsrHption ta thCpital Stoc't of this Com
I) ny, will b up uni ' rhe office cf A. V S. Litidlev.
No 33 C .lllege r-et.ou eaturday, the Tth inst., ami will
co'it'nue I'p.-o from day to day, until a sulHciem sum is sub
scribed to organise sid Company, as prescribed by the
Act cbarterm said Company.
ROLFE 8. RACNDER?,
mart tf Commiioner.
Al t'l IOV SILL OI' (iKOCLIIILN,
CARTER, M'SCAY &, CO.
fY MOND AV, the 9th of M;irch, 1S57, at 10 e'clxk, A
we will oUjr for sale lh following articles:
4W hhdi fuiar;
15 bb;sl"af -ui;ir;
kO gros Mon's lilnckicg;
Oii.OIW extra Cisrs;
11 bbis Crushed Sugar;
Iimi bugs Rio Coffee;
fiO-l ki-gi Nail;
8'H) reams Wrapping paper;
l.iii bixe Uhee;
75 bhM Vinegar;
liKi,flimG 1). O-tps
75 ilnzm llrwm ;
S3 boxes Stach;
Ml iii sen ilui ketp;
100 boxes .xtar Candles;
1W half hoxe dn;
100 quarter boxes do;
8!S boxes Stfar.ne rto;
SO do Tillow do;
100 .la llrSoip;
50 liox-n ll-mp Bi d Cords;
100 biixes Manufactured To
bacco, varions brandi;
51 bbls Pike's Whisky;
60 bi's assorted b ati I.;
1 bbis American Uramly;
25 dozen Jute B?d C rd; 5 hbis Nw York (tin.
50 boxes and b tlves Raisins; 10 b:ls Sweet .Ma'agaWine;
1 tierci-9 V fS, BO caklCHtawb Brandy;
10 bbliS. S Aimonua; io bof es ikiog Tjb co;
10 bb!- (Ve ins: 25 bhls Julius II. Smith's old
5 tirr(i Rii-e; Ren-rve Whl ky;
16'i b ixcs No. 1 Herring; ?0 biln Trout Finn;
35 dxn Wanh B.jard'; So hlf bbls Trout Fi.ih.
fyT" City and Cojn'ry dealer are especially invited to
attend this stp, as all ortae arucles are fresh and r ey
ed per late arrival. mar-4 td
T)OTATOi:Ji;-Wl bbls White Meahanwk Potatoes,
A to arilvi- on the steinr Rescue.
ALSC 25 Scki Pink Eye Potatoes, to arrive on tbe
inar4 CARTER, McK Y k CO.
pil.OVf:it S l-ill.-IS barrels Clover Seed, to ar-
J rive on the Seventy-Six.
CARTER, MrKAY CO.
REGULAR AUCTION SALE OF GROCERIES BT
U.S. F R K IV C II &, S O N
fS TCEPDAV, MARCH 10 fit, 1?57, at 10 o'clock. A
M., we wid offer for sale in front of our Warehouse, cor
ner of Market and Clark streets, the following articles, to
Iihj hhds Susar, 1fK bxs best Tallow Candles,
85 bbls Loaf Sugar,
kni boxes c;heie,
BoO b!-ls Whisky, assorted
50 bbls Crushed f ugar;
Smi bags Bio CotTee;
M bags La.'Uyra Coffee;
25 bags Java Coffee;
50 caks super Carbonate
HVMI kega Nails,
50 bbls Vmi'gir,
1UO dos Buckets.
2S bids American Brandy,
10 X bbls do do,
111 bbls Gin,
HI bhls O. Rum,
8H bhls Julius II. Smith's old
15 bblsOM Bourbon Whltky,
100 bhls Molamei,
70 bhls Old Rye Whisky,
60 bbls Mackerel, Nos. 1,2, 100,000 extra Cigars, various
10 bags Pepper,
60 bags Hineer,
t ceroons lo'l'gn,
i boxeeStar Candles,
2C0 it boxes do;
200 do do,
100 boxes Melee Cigars,
I'm boxes Cheroois.
li)7 boxes Tohacro, W. II.
House an I other brands.
SO boxes Jars,
100 boxes Tum'ilers.
Togi-ther with Various othtr articles in our line.
roar. 5 II. . FRENCH A SON,
Auction Sale or (aroccrlcs,
LELLYETT, EWING & CO.
fV M iSDAT. MiRCH HTII, lS'T, we wl l rferf.
J saie, id front of our warehouse, Nos. 10 and 1 Market
street, tne r .Mowing, to wit:
'A bbds Pugv, fai tochi ice:
8" bags C .ff. . choice New Orleans an I Balt.more;
10 ntilsncw 1 lasi;
xA bol, Mcki-rl, Nos 1,3 and t
fio kits .No. 1 Mtrkerel;
S 0 boxes Herrins;
75 boxes Pickles, quarts, half gailent aid gallons;
1 bos es St ar Can 1 irt;
75 bbls Powdered, Leaf an I Crushed Sugar;
ISO bM- Liquors, varloui brand.
And mny other articiaa to mass up a enmr1te sl.
marc .7 td LELLV ITT, EING A CO.
sKcnorcm iso csiLia i
HATS, CAPS AD LADILV FIRS,
JNo. 23 Public Square,
SPRING STYLE OF MOLESKIN HAT
JTST RECEIVED ASD
Kearif "for Inpcction This Day.
CMT1Z8 ln 8TRAV0IRI ar m .st respee:ful!y ia.
vlted tu el:n J tun oi tn beiuii.'ul Hat at the Hal,
Cap and for Eraponumor A. FKiNCISCU
Ha. tl Publio diaarw.
Those Ilentit ifnl Styl-s or Sort IIat
("Tl We are now reerlving, and take pleaasref "t"
'1 In rrconimen tiug them to oircustoers. 5-
w-- Pm) i(7 beautiful StW tiTVLli AND-
NEW CULUKS, at the Hat Emori. m of
A. J rRANCmcu. 11 Public
IIII.OItr.A'M HATS Ail I APS
O every style and qaaLty.to bel-iand at Ihe HatFnpe
rl :M ol VHAMCiet-HJ,
march 7 Eishlonabls II alter, tl PuUue haare.
A TWO rrRY r SAME LING, sluatedla
tV MrOaviHk's d litlon. ronta omg cvs rooms
and k fbsn ! Uuly beea mrd form Hoaritina? ' ' J
Hour for Us b sods mp:tsl ca Ik Kailraad Brtde
Tkt furu.tur ia tha b-M osva b booght k, aid eaa be
ati I bhI f ir the satis purp4s,a.l ika Mas bsarilrs eaa
bw S'curad. A ws.I isasw aeing fit. aa-4 w 11 sra l-m fla
istsl. Arplyt W.R Mr'l BLAND,
msrrh if T Co stress.
LAKH AND KZG23ES TOR SALS.
OS PAtLHUAV.tbellikof Aprl; lr. In parsaanee ef
a dere of lbs Cusmt Court of Rartse Cesicly, I
wiJ . a tha'ifheM sddev,a a aired it wf twelve annniKt,
at tks lata rHicnr trf fr. H. f. Towag . aves'l Loii N t
ma A, draw a ky said a), f . Vvacf ia ta iil.a t fha
(aids ef AfcraRara twan, dee'd. A IUa sM kw rrta'a
oa said auJ ftr ili paymaat of the aarsfeas saeaey, aad
sova i'h t-d wintf,
AUi Two Kera a nas as-ed about k.1 yeen, aia
be? ard aboutiyeara. eid s,avs sr.li kssuxlaaa
tr.H ( lwlv 0 oihs, purckaarrs atvnf self wiia t
guud .ieurit. ilaskowtdrwe ant fifsy 4l aes in tltk re
su;rtJ l .ail ! R II ML M?-4R'.
, at rki-'liuisll Wical roasmitief.
ICR SAlEtST 02 EXCEANOK I0R CITT
A IMALL lita, aaJv a xt esdtr --A
, latum, ! t)j sia ff the tfqoarw,
, inks MisisBssiilw rise, asiia Cai't. j ' 1
- Jaass iMsuik's.evataiBUif I H awros lav
puin:a. a fraM Cutisg s Hm.m nk 4 mens, KUcbsa,
hefrw tSuJhe.Btaate, staff y fcta,e. Cot- furikes par
ttf"", Uhiu! kf i. l TITU K,
loUt-lui , - At V. A. M. racact Ot:,
; . -
WANTED.-, good smaUtEVPUBLlCATlONS.
SAFE, aecond-haaded. by
UILBERT CO ,
Corner Bri and Cherry atreeta.
RAGS. I will pay Zl cents
Canh for good Cotton and.Linrn Rara.de
Ilveredatmy Rat Store on the North-east comer of the
Bqaare. Woolea ana ana 8
TO PKIXTEUS. We have
. h Snoer Royal Preaa. nearly new and
in perfect order.whicb we w.iiaei.-.- ----
dec2 tr . o.'.i.",-- -
Tn. Q ivn Tm Clocd: UT. A lnuguic .a-vv. j
. v. Vi..'. T
k. 8. Roe, author of "Lon Lo anean.
. . .1 n
Thi Goldm LsiiC
A atory of Life'a Pliaaea. By a
, .k. ..i,r nf "Amy Herbert." in w
Thb Uov-ian -iD AaaL i Disotn'a. B w""-
KiTRts Boa. A Firevde Hiat3rj of qaiet U.
Djai. Ej a Stroller m Eirspe.
"My Dre ia p'endid you bebnH,
BiHiiog with tlie ruddy go! 1." PU3T.
Niw GasxiD. Twer.ty Months in tne ado-.
Tua MaaCHiST S ad !iisaR bioistir, ii.
Just received by Eiprtas, and fora;e by
mxr4 no cnantKa w. smith.
The Heavens and Earth at a Glance.
A anpplv of Globa. Celeitial and Terrestrial, ol thraw
different sizes, on hand and for sale bv
A few bpautifal Paintings, on Car.Ta.s, tor sale py
n,arc!.6 CUAHLES W. SMITH.
Papier Mache Chess and Centre Tables.
On each jf tie above for sale by
nvrehn CHARLES W 8M1TII.
Chessmen, Backgammon Boards, &c.
Ail pricts.f. r sa'e by
roarclC C1ARLE3 W. SMITH.
With Rolers, a new stile, tor sale by
n...r,;l1l$ CHARLES W. PMITU-
Several varieties of Inkstands, lor sale by
,arCh6 CHARLES W. SMITH.
cw Medical Book!
Every Phygiciaa and Msdical Student aiould
Possess mis uooit.
ASSIMILATION, CONSUMPTION St SCROFULA.
For sa'e by
CHARLr-9 W. SMITH, 4t College St.
HAGAN & BR0.,
Eook Sellers and Stationers,
SSo. 39 Market & No. Union St.,
nsbr ille, Teiinrs.rr.
LESLIE'S GAZKTTE OF FASHIONS for Marsh, a splen
did number, just rtceiv-k by HAG AS k BRO.,
march9 Market and II Tnlon strreta.
H AKPiiR FOR MARCH.
HARPER'S NK'.V MONTHLY MAOAZIXE for March,
n.t received by ie. 11AQAN k BRO.,
f, b26 No. 39 Market street.
GODEV'S LAOY's liOOH.Ior March, just received by
1eB2i HAGAN k BKO.
YANKEE NOTIONS for January and February Just
received by feblfl hauais a bku.
cw Hooks ly Ki press.
HESRYLVI.lt. orLifeand F.xiteuce, by Emilia Mar-
ryait,d ichterof C n.tain Marryitt.
THE PUOnLEKORD PAPEK8. or lluraors of the West,
by H. H. Riley. With Original Illustrations.
THE QOADitOOV, or A Lover's Adventure in Louisi
ana, by Capt. Mayne Reid.
The Lauirhnb'e Adventures ef Messrs. Brown, Jones and
Rob'non. With Comic Ennravinirs.
DON IISRNARDO'S DACGHTkR, or Love, War and
Adventure, by W Harrison Ainsorth.
Jmt received and for sale by HAGAN k BSO.,
fcb10 39 Market st.
HARPEK'8 MAGAZINE and GOJKV'S LNDT'8 BOwK
for Jan lary.j list received by
feM'l IIAOA'T mO
HHPER'3 N'E'.V PAPER. - H irper'n II' elly, 3 mrnal
of Civilisation, first number: M0 copies jmt received, f ub-
icripiion receiveJ and single copirssold by
feblO HATAM k BRrt., A0-nts.
THE NB-F TORiC LSMSR, a Weekly New.puper. Sub
scriptions received and single numbers sold by
feblfl II V iAV A It Vl., Agents.
THE FLAG OF OCR UNION, aad "BJlou's Pictoriol
New paperi" for sale by
feblO HAGAX k TIRO., Aeenta.
HAGN k BftO., Mnrkt street, have just received a
larjre supp'y ofetra h;ivy and very fine Cap Paper, ruled
andunruled. A?"0, an ai'ortmerit o fine Wrapping and
Manilla Pa;ers, to wh:ch they invite buyers In want of a
good arliclo at low prices. IIA1AS A BRO.,
ft-hlrt S9 Market street.
FEW GENTLEMEN can b-scjommod ttrd with boird
IV at No. 90 Lower Msrki't street. Ffveral rootis, also.
n'tei up and rr-erved for transient cuiton. nb:i tf
DR. SUTHERLAND S. MAYFIELD
(Formerly of I'rtititlin,)
Has located in the city of Nashville to practire his profession
Office, 27, Cherry Street.
i.tT rojs mm:.
HOL'.'Fanl LOT on hammer street, free from lax, 82
ii feet, wi.h p-w brick house.
Two I o s on Vine street, between Ppring and Ilrosd.
A Lot on Market street, Houth Nashville, no wh h Is a
ccmfnr ahlrbrir dwrllir.g.
Twj L tin K.v-fleld, fronting on the Gadntin Turapik
near Cn bell s t re.
One Lot ou llich tree'. North of Je!Irson vtreet.
FW L its in .MtGavork's Adliiia,on Collrs streU
Two Ia I in Mc'iavock's Additiun, on Humurr .trret.
For teru.s.app.y to pAM'I. OROi KKTT,
fcbi'J No. )ti Co.lrs street.
TO FURNITURE AND CEDAR-WARE HANU"
'f'HS sul.cr b-r, hav.ng lust arrived ia this City with a
A. coiumiioii Irooi one of the laricvtt Piano Forto and
Furniture Ware-rooms in ihocity of M-m;h;s, Hsnxioua
tomik arran rj nenis, upon lib-i al ter n, with Manufae
tmrrs of Furniio'e or CVdar-ware, for asupiity of every ar
ticle in th kbn'a lin lie k, al, what Is style-l tha
".e f'.'m Ctru" in ih w.f if uilior ssvine ma-ine, to
wh; TYLER'S PATENT WASHI.VO MACHINE-
1 hit is i-nnri-iv a ue arncle, a:iJ ce irs the kncb'a".f
eiery tinnn herrlifne in'.riilac'd la thi. I ne. II ia now
ready to eor.trar f r the m ir uNciure of one thou'and of
tlie.e macl.inrs, whh be is de-irnui of having eons true ted
without 'leiay. A few County Kih:s,in Mi ltlle Tvunesaee,
The uod'-riuni deso b seen t R.iom No. , CI y Hotel.
for tbe nest ten 1 vs, at any time b-fof In o eloek A U.
or after au'cijik I'. M. K. U. McDOL'U ALL.
Jacks ami Jennets For Sale.
'tUE anlers fi.l nT-r. foe ,a'e ten Jacks, soiae of
L wMch are upwards of fifteen hands hish, and sixteen
Jennets Also, o le thorough bred Bar Utabion "Kansas,
four ers old past, upwards of sixuen bands high, by
'ra.iorted toTert:K'n, da-n by Imported Leviathan, faod
lam by Jito.-kh il ier, n 1 sertr.l 11 orou? h bred Mars. and
F llie t by Imo.jrtcd Gleaoo-, oerin aod Llihan,
a.l to b sen j'- my plantation in Jackion county Tsn
neaee. Fjr lurtvr c rti:uirs a I lr -ss iu acent, sir. W.
Lyon, Ba lad P :t orbce, Tsan.-saee, wLo is oa U premi
ses, and u fully iii'.hoMiod loseil
fehtS-lmdiri.sW W. W WOODFi)Lai.
11 s.NAWAT fromDeatur Furnace, io Peeatur county,
t TcnueMce, InJulv ,at, iir Neg'O, JOilN. te whosw
rvrovery ami j.ut ieg in jaii in ibis .Hate we will pay M
If taken out of il. et.ta and secured in Jail, . wui pay
f'.tfn. We pirr!, j.d sa'd boy of Janes M. Worrell, of
Siu hllle.iu M.iv la.t b.iJ ty weiirbs ab nitl" pounds,
is coal black sr. . I.ravy rtt, about t feel "in.-l.es h d, very
b ih.y hair. Tl e omy ma k ree iieoUd is tbo first joiatoff
of his rigutor U ft ik'imo not posit ve which. Ua tails real
African language, and moi a lutlo ont uiied.
tr-.H.i AHAV, CiUATUAo CO
feb'3 C'ftnn p!voine. W.jrne county, Teon.
SOO XT cxvaTiircL.
T?0?l THE T llaF thai Hro. tli lick Uommr stable.
X st en ou e l irslay night, Isih itiat .and sioM a
tful turned 1SAV HOKr. turl years wu; kiara: roaiaaaw
ta.l; no whita r.colircuJ. acvut Lt.'ls b.'i; ono eya
having rather a milky a:'pearatic,curu fn ci a Lai t soma
lm nt: s -lac. H is a floe harness b rte, cither diss bia
or .ingle. For any laforsnauoa, ov 'he re'ara ol tbo Iibvm,
1 wui iy I b.ra"v. GfcO. C. CASThkLL.
Ia-h'ia Feb .
AGENCY FOR lOCAT'NG LAKD WARRANTS LN
THE HORTil WEST-
UT B. 9TCEri will le.vs between tbs 1st aod 20. h of
. A.'fl' tut, for tba t u p.e of lui aling Lai d Way.
vanti ann in-'':r g sin tj in Lands unit li's ta the
iat of Iowa, and tbs Tr. ltory tf Minuesota. U. aspect,
so mil al I part- ot tbat Mate mat 1 trnnry aod itieciua.
'ry arnued Lake S ipeii'.r ti'.an j I c p pes u invwt
mjstyiu I tiids and kat. wrra its fur olnrrs al ike Lw
pric of tea eeo: por acre, and al 1) per cent, on ti.vst
m-n-13 land ani IjW. pr pcry. AL who ma dcst'ola
wtgses M ssrrsres. w.il alirs.s b io a: Li-riy, 0 Kalki
en'y, T-naesr. Tas w ll be his second mp loiho
uj-ib wst lor Ui. purlins sbivs mavioaad, atd bo
pn u -eu g ue p't u,,.i 1 siju.at aiusiiua to ai. bass-a-s
it. tl eiy t. t inugaoJ te ka. ...
Utt'.t -u Stu.iiU a.e
VAl.t Ain.r. iiaMonici;. rou male
I WitXaeH my RkIDESCR aad aboet dtiHyaerasof
1 titaOM).sitjtdtn l-j. b.akUlul vi.Ui. el aJgnlelJ,
os. mils trust I c.ty of Na.r.riiie, and fiOaUug va ho
aJUtw Fio, fattiartad aB4 Uok,oa si ree s. It uproaw
aUv ana with. eu b-sitbfil pu-s ta it tesdsoa eooaty,
ou4 atak very dMrasle tead.oro feu a geoilwwaa
of iiKitn. It i a wd sliaatcd to cart ap lata tuibOiag
Wtk..ig..n.t n,uaj,d feet of froais. Id . ootoss
ia se ag it lo baild ap.n a vlab otwaoiaiy
Ua a .ry favur4ito laiass wui fee va snmB as so swioo
aa t ink. j. u.Rjyj(.
frti.s-! naT a a
U slo t ILUt
'J'USrf BEL?. Whlto aa,l K.J Onion Covsa,jaot re
X eivJd fraio by
irjviii k iimi.
4JUQAR- H kaas Fait PvtsM, aad CK.ico
O i boat rw4ra4 ugar. ta oaoro aas kf sal
al. (rOKUOM CO.
T)ICKI.i;illlAlJrJ05,jsa4 rsmwawost HO, al
Elizabeth Barrett Browcing! Sew Poem.
BT ELIZABETH BAREETT BEOWHISO.
1 vol., lino , MiMlin.
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THE GOLBSIi LEGACY
ASTURl OF t IIF'4 PHAKLS.
JFST IlEfKlEEl BY
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and dramatic power and effect, tfcis book has rarely been
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horn fenes, drawn with an artistie skill end beauty, and
io a style of purity and ehasteness of diet on eqnalicd by
few anJ inrpuwd by aone.
T'ie Boston Pot sys"it aboonds in stirrine Incident and
rl)rorooly drswn chfrarter;" discoverain the writer "qoal
IfliM'.loca wh eh would he rre'itxMeto a veteran roman
cer." and predx's that "theGol:.'en I.eraev win Drove a
marked soeeen for bh aatWes and publinhera.'
A book wbii h hi thoa rece vtd by some cf the inosl cao-
tkma and severe aritic, mast win its way to the public con
fidence and (AVer.
NEW WORK DY THE AUTHOR OF AMY
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befbrndjand th'ie things which some persona bave ob
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girls, but as ti e ileviny ami discipline of w-en and .omrn.
The a'yla of the book can hardly b too highly
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rriter, free from thoie affectations Into which practised
vriters occasionally fall.
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MARRYINO TOO LArE. By Ueorgw Wood, author ot
Peter Pchem;hl in America. feb5
ITapoleon at St. Helena.
W. T. I.EIIKY & CO. bave just received
NAPOLEON AT ST. HELENA; or, interesting Anec
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ns; the Five and a Half Tears of his Captivity. Collected
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Antommarchi, and others. By John C. Abbott. With Il
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Kx tract from the Preface
Thereniua of Nt!ron is atonndin. All branches of
hntran Knowledge seemed alike faa.ili.ir te his yiganlie
snind. His ionveratiun. at M. lieltna, seatt red throne h
the numr us an ) volwnin ns memorials of thos who
slrane l tkm, are rrrlrte witMrtrnsest interest.
There H to mind which will tat be invigorated by famili
arity withthnve profound trourMs, expressed with so
much glow of feeling and enrrsry of diction.
r. T. BERRT A CO. haro alsnoi sa'e
MEMOIRS OF THE LIIE, AND CONVERSA
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DeLaCasas. With Portraits and other Illustrations. 4
vols., elo h.
NAPOLEON'S CAMPAIGNS IN EGYPT A5D
STRIA, 17C8-1799, dictated hy the Fmperorat3t. He
lena, and published by Grctral Kertrand. S vols., Svo.
Wlthse AUar of IS Plates or the Plans ofBattlra. Paris.
MONTHOLCN'S HISTORY OF THE CAPTrVITT
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decea wi:i hit Profiler Joseph, i ois. i2mo.
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INrnmirar.ee w:th a decree of the Chancery Court al
Na.hviil.-, at the N nimber Term, is e. In the caaa of
A'bert Drefi v et al bya-.,fie jntrte, I shall, on tlW 4tk
ilsy of Aprd ii"Xt, rimw fur public sale, to the r.iehrst
bid Ier, at the Court yard tja'e, in S4HI City, the following
dwortl-wd bt or parcel of Land, lying on tbo North sldt ot
Licit Kranc'.i. being part of l et No. 81 in B tick k Whitosido'e
Ad 'It rn to Nathvil e, ami bi uucrd as ndlow-: t orau ana-
Inr at A. L. FamueK' picket fence and running lo the -aid
Ii -k branch, an I tl ence runii.nc Uh tbe soeandora of said
b:a' ch do.a th-same in a point half-way between Chary
and Co'lfrr Mreei-. t'i- cce on a tine ba.f-way between said
tresis (and ia a paraiiel lino wtih thesa bolhf apo nt
at r'ghi angiri srttli in aeginmng, tarnre ia a aiaigm lino
to th- riegcn ng. TSer- i- one or more tenements on said
prop-ay, a mure pir'.icu'ar Uvscriptioa of whiea will eo
givwa oa the day of sole.
Tsa,a One and to years, with notes well secorod and
a li-n SMaideU. f.ki-ll tL . BRlt.N, C. k M.
" I CHANCERY SALE- "
BT virtatof a drcrc-nf il Chancery Court, al Nashville,
atita May t.'m, -fi, ia thoca of Jano Williamiot
ah v. rib . J irdm ct sin. I will, on tha 31-; day of
.Mar. be.xt att Court yard Gate, in said eity, exposo
f.ir Pbloic las, to tl.s lichrit bidder, a Lot in Pacha
Hhisaaido's Ad-tlti, rle-erib.d a follows: Begfrnlng al
t!a,oorner of Vina and C"B fird streets, tbtnee along Vino
street 'l? feet to Uvk-.art's corns r, tbrnca with Lorkkart
line one hundred f-et to a stake, thence by a lino through,
ai i lot lb (ret to a slake on Cra.ford street, tbeneo with
tr.e l.ns of Crawford street on hundred feat to the beg a
nin. Taaa. Jaid property willbesald on a credit of slx.nite
and twelve mouths, Notes Wrll secured and alien retained.
Itbll td C. D. BMUN, C. k M.
BT virtu of a decree of tha Chancery Cosrt, al H sih
vli'.e, alhs Nrewiber teym, ls6, in the ea'e of Mar
tha M. Hyatt vs Nicholas Kaigtit and otherv I will, on tbo
S--h day of March next, al lh Court yard 6a!e in Maid
etiy, ti''"i- fi r pcM e a'e, to tli h'ahest bidd.r, a trac' of
Land, situate I in C icatham cnuty, b-ionging to the e.talo
' fpenrer Wyat', d-cd, eon'aiuing tuur bunJr.d aud
thi-ty acres, more or Irs.
Tsaa-a - Four and s.x months credit, nolo well secured
an. a lien retained. C. D. BRIkN.
fcb:t Cl.rk and waster.
E. II, Glascock,
Anctionccr and (irneral , Ascnt,
Would offtr Bia servlcea to tie pabUc. aa agent for Ue
tale of '
ri:al estate, negroes.
oreit.fspeoiofrreorty.e'tf er ia town erceentry. Jo
in dctr'n;i to dee ..te uiy t i W lb above biutneaa,
an ! having had eonsi.leratle oxp. rtence.l Bstler Biya.if
that 1 eaa give satis'action to the .Hr wiav favw !
that line. I cn a'e.y. e found al the Counting VoaB
oftte "Pa'riot Office,'' bere.in my absence, orueraaaa
fee '.eft 1 wi.ialsaatei d toil e sa.es vf
Dry tstMtl, Uroireriff Ac.
snsrrh 4, 1 CI. .
rrr"nn EcittT'roia ai.e.
I nATF &! a a'.:isi gvl Taoosr, about IS eg
Myoaro akl,w. very l.ae.y sad ;BT,
'W'sf1' T ... i - r - - i "i i.
A Hare Chance.
VANTFO - A re.oonibio aoa aierpnatng stas, IO
lorale at N il
Tm.. as i.eaeral Agent of a
Urge Sakerrffelwn Book e.b log Heueotn
To uno whoe.ntnrn.sh aeaibcap.talolfroBJ
this is a rare csanee uaij. mes.. Kr t
this ia a rare cianee -una.. " - ' .
iXw ax Hl,r.-.S.1l'bllailelphla, Pav.
t i ,
,ros SALE. .
TIP t HfM I?TFAD f f w ATTUKW ! rL.0t " (71
1 Tis iratl is -raatiii;l V sttaatod on the H. a i.., L.
tai'r-.d ltw.ile.fro Ms-ivB . and 1. kaowa to feeino
fei land in Ku berl.rd coonty. K arret aaitee
lar luce an I .e te ia eul'Jva.iOB ; tbo bai.o
Jf Jw.wre- U-rricw.. Cr.-k run. ihroogb ..re
Vael afford ng aa ab.o !. of -.'or the
ThTrs Tar. .!. a aber - perpr.u.l Mprines. -hb aaM
, . A..r . ntoek Urn. r. toil U J
peakter it-ef.aal .. cJ a0a.ua W ab. grow ifeol avuoo.
MA.tiea'.M - A
toacoo, gra a v evaso
laoiieoveo.oi.ala oi a fraas fw,me wit. sswo
reoays, all at-feaws eosoole, pa, atofes.
no aobsurlfeer will fee la mnnisi"
UUMaM r.us-ewln the prea ises iaoy wsa way o.
. .im.hi -a given laayir.
OALT-oe fetBta st.ro
aad fr taks feyt
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