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.Tbe bill to increase the tat of Indians from two
loivecpntson the f 100 to create a sinking fund for
.tbe payment of the priociptl of" the Stat 9 debt, was
fJtssed jess 62, nays V2. By the levy of two
cent, m now done, it will require over one hun
dred yean to liquidate the public debf, which will
be doe io 1866. The amount of this debt is now
. $7,600,000, and it now require a tax of twelve
eeuii on the $100 to piy the interest ocly. There
fore, it becomes wise policy to extinguish tbe debt
ai epeedi y eg possible. . .
.... Tbe Svrscoss Standard iys that Rev. Sara-nc-1
D. Ward, once f-imous aa a fugitive alive, hat
been sentenced to iranportation to Van Dienoau'a
And lor Committing forgery. Ward left yracuse
one five years since, taking up bid residence ia
Toronto Sjbscq'iently be went to England and
was made a lion of that is,' of course, an African
lion. lie picked up conileraU' money, and in
stead of coming back to bis (amity in Canada, ha
went to Jatimha and purchased a plantation, and
there committed the crime of forgery. Tbe first
his family knew of his degradation was the rocep.
'lion of bis ward-robe. While ia Syracuse Ward
was always ia debt, bat enjoyed a fair reputation.
'On the 20th of last month, In Bayamo, a
town ia Cubs, Mr. Binson, a gentleman of New
Orleans, and a Spaniard named D. Miguel Sardina,
fonghl a duel with Tevol vers. Each was supplied
with a five shooter, placed at 40 paces apart and
told to advance and fire; Binsn received one bullet
jta the left" shoulder, and Strlina received five in
different parts of his body before he fa!L
.... The-salaries of several of the Seers of
Rhode Island have just been regulated by tbe Leg
lelatura of that Sute. Tbe salaries of tbe Apsociate
Jastices of the Supreme Court were fixed at $1,
800, (the present salary,) notwithstanding several
attempts to increase them. Tbe salary of the Lieut,
i Gov ere or was reduced from $500 to $200. The
'salary of the General Treasurer was increased fiom
$780 to $800. , ,
... A German named Andrew Jleinemann has
been arrested in Lewistovn, Penn., for swindling a
Dumber of Germans of that place out of money, by
, .representing himself otbean inspired prophet rent
from heaven, with power over the future of men.
Some of his dopes seem to bare been perfectly in
fataated with bim.'j ; ' !
. ... . . In accordance with . an established usage
prevailing on inauguration day, in New York, on
Wednesday,' all the counterfeit coin taken by the
United States Deputy-Marshal during the four years
past was gathered together and committed to the
flames. Tbe place of the bonfire was tbe Marshal's
Office," and the amount was $1,800, comprising
ounterfeit gold and silver coin. A large quantity
of dies, mould, chemical, and other counterfeit
materials were converted into smoke and ashes at
the same time. ' ' ' ,
. . . .Oregon will, it is saii, become a slave State.
The New York Tribune of a I ate date sirs : "We
have a number of letters from Oregon, by the last
mail, containing the startling Information that this
Territory, hitherto set down aa certain for freedom,
will, in all probability, present herself to the next
Congress for admission into the Union with a Con
stitution legalizing slavery. , .
t, ..... Judge Milton Brown, of Tennessee, says '
the Mobile Tribune of the 1st lost., was yesterday
elected preeljent of the Mobile and Ohio Railroad
Company, by tbe new board of 'directors' The
Tote was unanimous, omitting one; that of Mr. Brown
himself.' - J '
Last week a pine lag weighing fourteen
ions was drawn from Bethlehem, N. II. to Littleton
depot, from whence it was forwarded to Gilford.
The event was celebrated by a procession of the
lumbermen, followed by a long team of horses and
oxen. '7 Hundreds gathered io' see the show, and
tbe novel affair was closed by a grand oyster sup-
pr- " ..
....The N. T. Expreu of the 6th says "The
Surrogate has granted tbe petition of Cbaa. A. May,
the Public Adtnlnihtrator, for letters of collection
upon the estate of Dr Ilarvey Burdell, deceased.
Tbe application was acquiesced in by the council
for Wm. Burdell, and the children of John Bur
dell. The letters authorize the administrator to
- collect all debts due tbe deceased, bold all h is prop'
rty, and pay all expense necessarily incurred on J
account of tbe estate." "
.... At about the same time the American
Congress waa purgiug itself of "corruption," the
Engliab Pailiament was engaged k) not a dissimilar
process, that is, debating a motion, from the At
torney General of Ireland, for tbe expulsion of Mr.
James Sadleir from the House of Commons for not
surrendering to tba warrants which have been is
sued against him for complicity in tbe frauds of tbe
'Tipperary Bank, the particulars of which are well
known to every newspaper reader. t But there was
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vie muereuoe oeiween acre - sua uere, inai, .
while tbe resolution of expulaioa waa snanhoously
A agreed to in the House of Commons,' there were
some seventeen members of Congress found voting
4 'Nay" against turning out Matteson & Co.
.... Dr. Isaac J.' Hayes, of Philadelphia, the
surgeon of Dr. Cane's expedition Jo to the Arctic re
gions, is delivering a series of lectures in Boston,
'...f A letter from Havana by the Quaker City
ssys a slaver had safely landed to the eastward of
Havana with a cargo of 400 negroes on board. A
ship loaded wi;b coolies has also arrived.
Y..'.T Two men, named John Fehley and John
Weia, were executed at Weavervn'.e, 'ln California,
on the 16ih nit. Fehley for the murder of Dennis
Murray, on the 17th" of April, 1856, and Weis for
tbe murder of Thomas Co! lite on the 12th of the
same month. . , , , . . i
' ".-.'..The Hon. Lynn Boyd,' of Kentucky, the
predecessor ot the preeeot Speaker of tbe National
House of Representatives, is on a visit la Mobile,
Ala! ;; , ,
....The Boston Journal says. '"The late Josh
ua Sears prided Limnelf upon never having paid
money to lawyers dating bis liTe. Tbe lawyers,
are congratulating themsslveej ho ever, with the
bopVof realizing something by bis death, for they
?2&-d will to loosely draws as to furnish endless
questions for tbe CourU.4 Some doteu different
versions of it are already seggfetjrd. 'One lawyer
suggests that Mr. Sears has left io tbe profession a
vested estat.' It is ctdculaied tbat if the son lives
Xo be fifty years of age, and if the wiahee of the
teeutor are in every mpect csrried out, the prop
ertywiU amount at that time tot X0.000, 000. Tbe
on can, at no time of bis life,' receive more than
$10,000 a year out of tbe income. ' ?
.... The German ptpsrsof Missouri very gen
erally come out in favor o( free labor in that Slate,
as lively to adraoce its domeaUc iro-perity. The
Anuigtr declares that tbe question eaouol be too
mucU dii-cu'sed, and that tbeEaiauciptioo party
In 6u Louis is alreaJy atroeger tbaa tbe Benton
party aver w." j The umi rP declares that,
notwitbsundiug the movement aa so sudden, it
has gi'uied tuauy unexpected fileuds "and supporters
.Vanks ot tie National Demoeraey... The Xf
aaiijr. addt: -It is eeruin tbat S. Xoois, asd
problbly 'a few other count us, are ripe for this ag
".ItaUoo, aad tbat any movement on tbe part of tbe
borderers ia WeMra ituwocri to bufare again In
. the affiirl of Kna, miU cruiuly be the signal lot
vUheatalton of the quewioa ot tn,a!ie!J)SlyB ia
Mii.ourL". Tbe VolXtUtU ocBj,it uauchtbe
aab trround. . ' -, - - t , ,
III applied aMlstaocs creates or perpetuus
. 'race of iJ'e and vicious paupers, f -
' Peice is the evening star of tbe aou ju vfrtue ks
''ill ssu, tie tea ae wtf fa apart. r? -s j
THUBSDAY, HAECH 12, 1357. ,
. AMERICAN CONVEKTIO.V
A County Convention of the Americans
ol Davidson county will be held in- this city
at the Odd Fellow's Hall, on the. 1st JMon
day in April next, for the purpose of ap-j
pointing delegates ' to the State ConTen
tion, and the. Congressional District Con
vention. , . , ;
From Washington. '
Special Correspondence of tbe Natbville Patriot
The Inaugural Jat and OuUKcvt Adniin.it-
tration Dovglaf$ Scheme'. -
Washington:, March 5, 1857,
Ibe Inanguration passed off qaietlvf The
address of the President has but added excite
ment to the already discorJant elements which
compose his party, lie reiterates the Ostend
Manifesto, though clothed In much more deli
cate and inoffensive language., , lit goes
strongly for the Paoifio Railroad. ; These two
points constitute the topic? of conversation
this morning, and the extreme Southern anti-
intercal improvement faction of the democra
cy denounce the railroad project, bat approve
the Cuba-stealing or rather purchasing sag
gestion. while the Northern faction denounce
1 the latter and approve the .former. , These
two suggest ions may constitute the bases ot a
'grand dissolution of the party. The' Union
loving sentiments of the inaugural are apirov-
led; so likewise, by all except the Cass squat
, ter-sorereign, tbe expression as to tbe time
It is strange tbat the President should select
fjass for the Premership when they difftr so
I widely on this important 'point. .Congress
has adjourned. The democrats anticipate a
majority in the next. To have such they
' must gain eight members in the south. They
will fight hard f r these eight and no means
will be left untried to succeed. The democra
cy have several plundering 'projects on hand,
and to carry theee they must have a majority
The safety of the country will be endangered
by their Bucoess in both Houses of Congrees.
The American conservative element should
hold the balanoe of power, and if it is desirable
to avert danger, the people will see to it, that
such is the result
I cannot close this letter without alluding to
a new scheme on foot, which if carried out
will insure an expenditure of about six mil
lions of the people's money. My purpose in al
luding to it is to bring it to the notice of the
people and to members of Cod grew. It came
near passing in the hnrly-hnrly of the last
honrs of the session. Senator Donglas sue
ceeded in securing its passage through the Sen
ate by a large vote. It istJ enlarge the grounds
around the Capitol, taking in about one-fourth
of tbe city. The writer is one of the many
property-holders who would he probably ben
efitted pecuniarily by this purchase, all ' his
property lying within the attempted purchase,
yet it is his duty to denounca this proposition
as an effort, to involve the coverctuent in the
expenditure of at least six millions of dollar?
Douglas owns property which would be great
ly enbanoed in value by this purchase, and it
is said many others have recently purchased
property with a view to its enhancement by
this extension of the Capitol grounds' This
may be only an idle rumor. . But certain it if
that parties in this city who have recent
ly purchased property within the limits refer
red "to, have been and will continue to lobby
Congress trying to urge through this scheme.
It is one of those projects, which, nnless ex
posed, would never come to the notice of the
members, but be engrafted upn some appro
priation bill, during the short hours of an ex
piring session, and these operators endeavor
to tn alee the Impression that it would cost on
ly a few hundred thousand, and yet if it. were
exposed to sale by the sheriff for cash, it
would bring two millions, and costs a much
more to ornament an J enclose it. It is a stu
pendous swindle, r t-.i - f, . . i . j
Tbe ci-y is crowded with the bongry, and
to-morrow the rush will commence for office.
Ia regard to this question, the Inaugural failed
lo enlighten the seekers or to satisfy the "ins,"
and both are now waiting anxiously for the
decision of the question 'of rotation. 'The
movement of Senator Brown, baoked by nine
teen; detnocratio Senators, to require the Pres
ident by positive enactment, to apportion the
clerks among the States according to popula
tion, is ominous of trouble, and is regarded as
a direct blow on the administration. The "in"
regard it as a declaration of war against them,
and the seekers look upon it with very great
favor. To us, who are among the proscribed
(being Americans) it is a matter of. bat little
consequence, though as many democrats cling
to democracy because it pays, they will sever
their connection with it as soon as it ceases to
pay, and we may be troubled with the p res
cue of many such, seeking admission into oar
ranks. "' V' ;. . V "
....... ., ' JABEZ CANDOR.
KrEiSenator Adaus, of Miss., has lo
cated ia Memphis for the purpose of prac
ticing law,- The National Inldligauar men
tions tbe: fact and adds: "He has filled
with credit a judicial station In Mississippi,
and acted well his part in the , National
Councils, "having served in both Houses
with fidelity and usefulness. He cannot
fail to win regard and esteem in his new
home" . The Vice Prealdent
;Uon. Jolin C. Breckeuridgo on tating
tbeCliair,to preside over tho deliberations
cf the Senate, made the subjoined remarks:
Skxatork In Monining (lis duties of this
sUtioa I ta quite conscious that 1 IriCg to
their discharge tew other (jaaliticationa thao
a deep tensa of the ftnportanoo of this body ia
th sclirtne of tli Government sod a fettling
of recpeot for it members. Happily my du
ties tr cotiiparativtly hw and aunple, dV I
aia eur tbey will be tuada easy by a jerv
dinij mdsw ? propriety, which will of HaV.f be
iuSiclant on il occasions to presrve tl6 d'g
usty and deoornw of the txsnate, i
(a adtnlc'.stering therGl vthicb joa htt
adopted for tbe couveiiieuce cf your rocte
inpsIibaSl often need your kind indotgeuc,
and I anticipate with cwofideoceyoor forlHar
anoeto arjs the errors that spring from in
experience. Cbtrishiiigtite Lope tht our of
ficial and roul iuUrowurae) wul be marked
by tnntnil coufideoee end regard, I a.)k for
ward wall laaure to our tuwociatioo in the
performance of pobiio duties. ;
rtshK'! be mr ooualant aim, rent.ernen 5f
lie iituUr, la exLibil at all tiuie sud U every8
member r f tbk body tbe cour;y aod Itopar-
rt-V-w ml lfli era tlua to tbe refirtawtjUlitee of
KJUai Suie. , , . . . -
Vm li tits Want f Tbe editor of tbe Trtt
bjtcri.o Hi rail of Louisville, Kj..W tiatvi.
ltug lot Leaveawortb, be said to Use cwutoacusr,
VI ufpoae jot bi'u M ftelt y oU bcre, tbat
too bve st hut dlacovereJ tiiat !nd. Jnitie rrjioe
eV.ied Hbe West" "No sir," si4 he, -w are H-
ui La the Ileal j ek Four aunUraJ tu.).s wat (it
us, jr I'jrj Laiaime, Is tbe frjjiU..t tt?t of
Speaker Bakks. A resolution tender
ing to Mr. "Speaker Banks the thanks of
the House for his efficiency as a presiding
officer, hating been adopted, Mr. B. just
before the final adjournment of that body,
addressed it as follows :
Gestlivew of Tn Uoras of Rrpeesekta-
1 solicit that induliTAnrA which is usu
ally accorded .to those who, stand ia tueposi-,
tion which I wcupy.
I should fail to perform an imperative duty
did I sever ocr omcial connexion : without ac
knowledging my obligations to the officers
wud whom I have been associated, and to tbe
House itself, for that gencroue and on waver
ing support which has been iiiven to me in my
sphere of service. .
The: congressional term which now closes
will bear In the: hiftory of legislation no ordi
nary character." -The unexampled energy of
the American people, and the rspid extension
of their theatres of action and enterprise, have
crowded uixn us from dav to day a constant
succession of questions of tx raordinary char
acter and serious import, and to this uas been
superadded an unusual amount of tbe ordina
ry business of lejiima' ion. V
To have been called under soch circumstan
ces to the chair of this the fir-t of deliberative
aFsemblies an office which has been endesr
ed to the people by its association with tbe
memories of Muhlenberg, Macon, Cheves, aod
Clay is .an honor that -might well crown a
life of stndy and toil." To have discharged the
duties of this office, delicate , and important as
they have beer, to yonf entire satisfaction, is
more than I c nld hare hoped. .The Journal
of the Ilouse, an untrriog aod an impartial re
cord, and the resolution to' which, as I am in
forJied you have come, following the sugges
tion of the distinguished gentleman from South
Carolina, (Mr. Aiken,)ivs to me assurances
that cannot be but gratifying, and for these I
proffer to yon ray profound and life-long ac
knowledgements. ' ' '
The welcome word from' me must be that
word which speeds your parting from these
scenes of anxiooslabor. I invoke foryon, gen
tlemen, a happy return to your homes, where
the sweet and native air of hill and vale and
the loved forms and sounds ot borne and those
we love at home . may revive your . exhausted
energies, purge the system of ; the fever of fit
ful and unsatibfactory contests, and bring each
and all? to the cheering admission whatever
disappointments and ptrila we encounter, that
tbe performance of publio duty and the serv
ice of the country is always a pleasant labor.
' I; is only left forme to announce that the
power of tbe House as a legislative body now
ceases, and to bid you farewell. . ;
Th Hostilities i Oacoos asd Washisqtoh
Txbritokies' The Washington Star, of WedueE
day evening, ith, says: -J s ' . ,
The followiug iuteresting letter, from a distin
guished army officer, has just reached us: -
Bknicia Barrack, Cau, Feb. 4," 1 857.
Editor or tbi Star: Please publish the en
closed, as it may serve to put matters ricbt as to
the absolute necessity of fighting the Indians of
Washington aod Oregon Territories. Tbey are
rendered desperate, and the United States interests
there are too paramount to negl Hit there.
intense cold and deep snows prevail in Oregon
and northern California; earthquakes and murders
In southern California. In tbe latter region but lit
tle rain, lrsi than usual. - Cuttle will perish To a um
bers this summer. ' . --'
Tbe Mexicans and discontented natives are ta
king to the road in organized btnds, and, being
more numerous than all other people, . are making
the country very unsafe.'; Arms and $5,000 have
been sent to Los Angeles by the Legbktore, and
tbe United States troops are In tbe field after the
roboer bands. - -
Large emigrations of miners and Und hunters are
erosnngthe Colorado f r the Gadsden purchase,
and some of tbe parties are occasionally murdered
by tbe Mexicans and Apaches.
Thank you for trying to help us officers.
. From the San Francisco Town Talk, Jan. 30.
. Origoh News. The pick train, consisting of one
bundrea and thirty-seven mules and horses, which
took out supplies to United Siatts troops in the
Simcoe Valley, was all lost in tbe snows in the
canon, coatt side, while on its return to the Dalk-s.
The packers lived on mule meat twelve days, and
succeeded in reaching the Dalles on snow ihoos.
The Walla train lost twenty-seven animals on their
way to supply the troops of CoL Sieptoe'a com
The Democratic Standard, of January 1st, says:
have learned, from private advices, that the
Indian Agency for w aahington Territory have re
ceived peremptory orders from the Indian Depart
ment at Washington City to cease, forthwith, feed
ing tbe Induns on tbe Reserves. If this be true in
the case of the Induns of Washington, we presume
it ia, or will be, also true in tbe case of the Oregon
Indians. , If thtse orders are obeyed now, while
some aeven or eight thousand Inditns are hemmed
in on Reserve, without winter supplies, and with
several fett ot snow upon tbe ground, starvation
must follow, and the Iuunn war rtopen with tetri
tle consequences.' - ; .'. "
This da-hinp and brilliant debater, who epeot tbe
umtner at ; Paris in eptcial intimacy with the
Court of the Emperor, pitched into the British Min
iatrj, on the opening of Parliament, with a piquant
assortment of all the and Ministerial scandal afloat
ia tba 'Gay' Capital.". Scarcelj a atricture or a
rumor known to the political and diplomatic circles
of Paris was loft unwoven into his sparkling tissue
of invective. ' Dig onset was anquestionab! very
fins and apparently . Terr formidable. Bat the
event proved tbat it waa formidable only in appear-.
a nee. It wm met by Lord Palmeritoo with Invin
cible gallantry and repelled io a blase of triumph.
Tho victory was perfect. Even on tbe score of wit
and felicity, tba veteran Minister completely bore
off the palm from hi shining adversary. The fol
lowing preliminary home thrusts are equally ad
mirable and fatal: I ' , ,
" Now tbe speech of the rizht honorable gentle
man opposite appeared to me to be an inatanee of
the dangers into which men of eminent talents, and
who distinguish themselves in various lines, are
sometimes tempted te fli by todalicuig on one or
casioo in the exercise of talents which had obtained
for them eminence in mother capacity ' The tiht
honorable 1 gentleman stands prc-emineut io this
House for statesmanship, eloquence, powers of dc
bate, and other valuable qualities, bat he baa risen
to great reputation as a man of genius in anoth
er department of intellect: in short, sa a treat
master of pictures of tbe imagination. - Laugh.
I am not going to accuse the right honorable gen
tleman on tots occasion ot having been Indebted to
bis imagioauoo for but tacts and hie memory for his
argument, as was said of another dtatioguit hed ora
tor, but I matt not ssy that a great pott on of bis
speech as regarded our foreign policy was perfect
and enure rots a nee. The right honorable eentle
man baa bees spending part of bis vacation in
Paris, and we know that there are in that gay csp
Hal many active men who -tnose themselves by
practicing on the credulity of persona whom they
call gbm0rhe or futevrt. Lsoehlher 1 What a
god-send it was for Umm to get into th1r bands.
not a common traveler, not a man ef ordinary ca
pacity, but tbe leader of the opposition in the
Uonae of Commons of England, a roan of dinin
guisSed ability, to expreee any opinion tbat might
be instilled into Lia Blind, and capable of dissemi
naiint with the greatest advantage any tales with
which tbey rnl;ht st rd h miaJ fjr the purpose of
being to coin inuM ald. ,
' Lord Paltaerstou's reply throughout, as wa bate
intimated, wal . peculiarly able and keppj. lie
put both the laugh and the argument against bis
Urer-andJ eloquent cppoaeeL
to have been tjeroirfed eerioosly by the collision.
It U already whiapered in vrkus qonrtrrs that be
bat been supplied by. foreiga governments with
iateri.l to attack hie own, and the London Daily
News speakt of Urn opatdy as ."the member fruso
the Tailcries." YVith us we sbdull consider a
pcl!'i:al h tiet la Lis situation In a dociJedy bad
The pluck end resources cf Palaeraton are abso
lute wotiderfut. His pat'ae Uh IJUratli s otdy
a soertisst rf what he achieves erery'dav. AI"
though in lit ventj-fbunh year, sod la led ,witt
the cares of a kingden, be eior,la daily in the die
cuaujoitsof Parlutaaot wita aa LteibausubU fresh
nees, energy, tact, aod racinets wbl-b render Um
art acltaowieJ'rd over-match f jt the beat debater
in the i!:3. . tli tigor iesSiS pereotiiaL Us Is,
la Joel, a marveloet eld wasL Lm Juur. t
The D.trtti of fiiiod in our day is great, but the
march of gulUUilty we-aM seeos to be yet great
i 'It le a grwat oaUfjrtune, taysf La R ray ere
rttuhnva in:cI esou to U a: ei:l, nor jJg-
MJinwU sracslrre ere Kke itUT top, VW.
atd agitated wtin eL'pptd, qu.et.su.J r-.o;i'jt;Te4
b.a ttitsiofcei- ' ' 'iTf - '
Par of General Scott.
The National Intelligencer of the 6th says. "The
question of pay and allowances to Lieut. .Gen.
Scott was fortunatjly settled during the closing'
hours of the late session of Congress. Tbe ar
rearages due the veteran, it is understeed, will
amount to about thirty-two thousand four hundred
dollars, and his annual pty and emoluments will
hereafter be fifteen tbousind doll irs. A grateful
nation, we are eury-will cordially approve this
proceeding, and deem it fir less a measure of liber
ality than of justice. , The people wp concur with.
Bctleb, of South Carolina, i3 the propriety of
granting to'a laurelled hero and a consummate gen
eral that fair requitar whicV his' brilliant military
services have aa richly deserved, and which other
nations always accorded to those who had sustained
the- honorof their country." - ' -
Railwat AcciDKSfsis GrfRAi Bkitaim In the
Course of recent debate , in the British House of
Commons Mr. Co we stated that in the year 1852,
out of 89,000,000 persons who were carried by
railway 10 were killed and 372 b jured; in 1853,
102,000,000 traveled bv railway, 86 were killed and
230 were injured; in 1854, 114,000,000 traveled
by Tail war, 12 were killed and 31 injareri; in 1855,
118,000,000 traveled by railwav. 10 were Riuea
and 311 injured; and in 1856, 125.000,000 traveled
hv railway, 8 were killed and 282 were injured.
Under these circumstance tbe Government did
aoteeeany reason for legislative" attention to the
subject. ,,,.. . - -r
Kailroad Iron JU Ilia In toe In Ilea
7 ' . ; -States. ... - - - - '
The following list cf the Ra'lroad I-on Mills
now in operation in the United States, will
show that in its diffusion this important man
ufacture has a'ready attained, in the territori
al sense ff the term, a national importance: -
The Tredirar .Richmond.' V a.. Orescent,
Wheelinar. Va; Washington, Wheeling; Vs.,
. Phcaniivilla, Pen.; Rough and Ready, Penn.;
Montour. Penn.: Sf- Harbor, Penn.; Lackaw-
ana C. & I. Co.. Penn.; Pottsville, Penn.; Palo
Alto, - Peon., , Brady's - Bend, Penn.; Gosalo,
Penn.; Mt. Savage, Maryland; Rensselaer Iron
Co.. N. Y.: So. Boston Iron Co.,-Mass.; Tren
ton Iron Co., N, J.; Lowelville, Ohio; Cleve
land, Ohio; Wyandotte, Miohigan; Chicago, U-linoi--;
; Only so short a time aco as the year isiu,
no rails were manufactured in the United
State. In "1849 but 19,000 tons were made.
Seven years after that witnessed an increase
of our manufacture to 150,000 tons. Another
seven years of nnharassed growth would see
this product more than doubled, and tbe En
glish excluded f.irever from a market wincn
they have plaeued with depression and mna-
lions, and greedily harvested these thirty years.
Raising thb Vessels at Sevastopol.
An expedition from Philadelphia, eays the
correspondent of the Baltimore American, is
about to undertake what the allied army of
England and France could not effect. It is
making preparations to enter the haroor or
Sevastopol. The Russians, during the famous
assault upon that city, sank iu the harbor one
hnudred vessels, including clteen Jine-ol oattie
ships, seven frigates, bfteen steamer?, anu ten
bngs of war. 1 he machinery or the steamers
of war, before being sunk, was caretuliy cover
ed with a preparation of tallow to prevent in
jury from the water. They were scuttled by
boriug three-inch augur holes near the water
line. Well, the contract for raising this rn
tnense fleet of suuken vessels wa; awarded t
a company in this city, .The expedition will
consist of two vessels, one of which leaves
Philadelphia on or shout tbe first of April, and
the second soon after. The number of persons
engaged to acoompany it is about one hundred
and tif'ty, and the machinery to be employed is
of colossal dimensions. The value of the prop
erty sunk is said to reach the fabulous value
of $65,000,000. Included in the contract are
the six ships at Kertch. This contract ii
great one, and an application is now before tbe
Legislature to incoporate tbe Company. Jn
Tucker, Eso.. Dr. Morris, S. Wu kersbaui, and
Mr. Presbury, of the Giran! House, are the
active movers in the enteq nsu.
On the 10th Inst., at the residence of A. 8. Camp, Fsq., by
the Rev. CD. Elliott, Mr. Gaoaoa Laaua te Miss Flora
Pabk ib, all of this eity.
M.iy tba anion of oar younj friends be long, prosperous
A GENTLEMAN and WIFE em bf acermmidated wl;h
bord, if kpplioation be made at 29 High S.reet, three
d rs north of Broad. It is within five minute's walk of
the Square, in a healthy location. A few genlest day-boarders
can be aocomnvMiattd. , fmli lm
Wanted to Hire
t.tOR the bntauc of the year, a N KG SO BOY, between
L the aces of I2and 13;anl,alro,twoable bodied MKN,
for which the highest price will be paid. Those having
iuc'i to hire will d j will to call on
ml2 E. K GLASCOCK, Agent.
" Iiord or the Isles."
rpHIS celebrated JACK will stand the present season at
X the sUb.es of J VV. Cheaire, on the r rinkiin sad Co
lumbia Turnpike road, balf a mile north of Surma tiill,
Maury county, Tenr., aod win serve jennei at u tne
Ma-urance, payable wtien tne tact is ascertained, or tne
property transferred. Fifty Dents to the aroom in advance.
PastuMgon good bins grass, fifty cents per wee, and
whet! led with grain, sefenty-flre cents.
" Lord of the Isles " Is a buck Jack, full IB hand) 3 in.
hifh, extra fine appeamnce; deep ch-rit; long nun I body.
with rreat weight; long, straint b, broad mps, nne
arched kun: Ibag and beautifully shaied ramp; Ions:, he vy
qu oxters; fin stifle; broad hock, with fine broad legs. '
"Lord of the Isles' was sired by the celebrated aod un
equalled imported Jack, "01 Knicht Errant." bis dan by
Jas. Ridlev s Bit Blue, bias; rand An Old Ann KoyaL lowLed
I by Or. I. J. Thorn, of Maury conmy lenn ) whose pre-
sliiuuiicaieand aueouoa win be given sa alt jenneta
sent to him, but we will not be liable for accidents er ts-
capes.. - -
" Lord of the Isles " aod his Jennets (by special arrange
ment) will be under the iuper1ntedeboe ( the Prtnoe ot
stock growers, Thos. G. Goodma, E-q.
f pring Hill, Maieh li lmwatw
THE GRtFENBERQ MEDICINES
Aie well knosm and eagerly sought for throughout tbe
whole Conlioentof America.
Never Itefere their Introduction could any series
of papular Temedie be foaod that wrre equal to any (mr-
gei.cy, mat were aiwsra to bo reuea on, ana were wunio
reach of the poorest persons I .
' Newer ltefore the Orajfenbort: Pil'a, eould jou ob
tain for H6s a Certain remedy lor B.lliou Uiwascs, Liver
Complaints, Dyspepsia, Cost! vened aad Asthma. . '
Never ltefore this Fever and As;ue remedy, enuld
anjthina be foand thatea-ed all cases of Chills and Fever
Newer ltefore the Green Mountain Ointment waa
there to be found, for 25c, any Immediate cute for Burua,
Bruises, Cats, old Sores, Lrysiphclas, and Jantmmauons,
either eaternal or internal.
Never Itefere Marshall's Uterine Ca
tlswllcwn was laltine of tne Womb, and other L'tenne
diseases toond to becnrable. Aew, ten eases out or twriva
are cored by this med cine. .
' rtT" If aav Dhvsician surDoees that this ia saeraly a
qiiai k remedy, we would reply, that it is prepared by Dr.
emaroy, of L'tiea, a wealthy and old physioiaa o f the Al
opatbie school -hat we will furnish any reputable pby si -
clan any quantity of it gratuitously te test iti merits onhis
ptiente; aod ranhermure, ay wnunf to or. romeroy, ne
eaa b farolihed with Itseompennt parte. It is thecreat
est blesslos; to the female sex tbat tbe acier.ee of mcd.one
has discovered in a een'.ury.
Newer Itefere the Giasfenbsn-f rvsentery Fyrnp,
waa there a eertala remedy for Bloooy Flut, fryscotery.
Uiarrkosa or Cholera now, all can e cared in a lew boars.
Newer Refara tie ioUodactioa of the Children's
Paaaeea, euald a eaotber asrl tbe life of her bbs safe for a
day. while under Ave rsars ef are. Keaibful diseases aod
atroog SMeuctDea earrwd thesn csT now. Ibis snedwme cures
totn,even attar ibe doctor aad aurea have proaoaaced
their eases hopeleas. rrioe oaiy ooo.
Newer Itefero was any Toaie Bitter so popular as
the liealib biuvrs tbat aost aV- Vthy anoald tbe woild
suffer from lysfpsia sr Bill; o as diseases, wolia (bis slespie
medicine can, at all times, prevent ttr
Newer ltefore was any preparation of flarsiparilla
So powrr.ul as Uiat cumpjnaied by the Ui srreubrri Co.
"Never Itefwre hvhe Coosumpbve's Halm towd Its
eaal. slow snanv are there sviw io uia aod alalia, man
I wuuid, rr this, have entered Death's tiara porta , If they
aaa Bat aen remssirDiea to use vi m ia preurcoce to
mane nustrains tbt are loudly vaunted t
Newer ass-f re were Plies and hundred dlwasos rev-
tsia of cur. We hsve cer'tSatee of persons entirely re
ucved, after Dr. Moit and otfte" freat ihjscin had aa
serted thu anih'nc bat the kmfe eoald affrs! rentf
Newer MVf ssreeaald Inflaaed eyas aad weakness as
astna ba eared Ar twsaty-hfe eeata. - im ay Uuoo
...Nsvsr He-far era aav Book ut'lhd ibstaoatalus
as much medical knowledge aa the Uraefeaeerg M.di.i 11
tiea.tb, for fwesityavs oaate- ItsMtabl la bate every faaiiy
. I ia tba Land. . - - - . ..;-.:'
rsever lief are baa any Almsaaabwea pabUsbedsa
valuable aa ia tiaes AJsaMta. . b sa furaasaad (rausu
oaiy by sui iraceu, aad by
...w , .... MAWstaJiZa4BXCKWITU, .
. t . . .- . f ahvia, Isoa.
. . . i'or.9Iesttata - -.
flHI eplHid. paaswarar siaasaarj "if" H
I m t. 4 ijlitf A.MMiiif. Sfl Biiiiir BSr V - I
Miiaavw tar Masaptiia as JS't.vua I jn i n ihims
tftia, a 14 e'otoaa at. r Keif at paaag at y?
rd e : taataaia a. t ssy wmm
r 'T-CTTCrY IkCX. F01 EJ.LK.-- base a N.. I
J iAOw, ef Mtllsd . It skwd by
awurxaa Haaaaaata, daai by tun bawa. ttM.fn,
Ibswuboat pwrissruy pave. " 'u
- - S R i sav . - a. - -
IwrsaatMHa. i i isaasj
' I HI aatab!sbawt UI aooa brVMNfiar aprtng aad
1 easar fsassa, a aiitas ns.'i, asaaua
t5 b w th a Sa4 sme usuutm vmmwmmi. -
.i isr, Cataoca, am -' - .
U iSSrMSlfSWiU eWh.r
. sar.l ' PAWS, btaaairer,
UAjJa.arwcv4 y1 AJss' ttvam st
Auction Sale of Groceries
W. II. Gordon & Co.
OW WEDNESDAY next, 18th Marcb.lSST, we will ofer at
Pablio tle. in oor sa&l qanUta
SOU hhdj fir, prime and cboice Louisiana Sugar;
1 bb'a Plantation Molasses;
1 o blf bbls da do
200 bgfir and prime Rio Coffee;
100 boxes Roax Goodwiu'i Tobacco;
10 boxes Ointner'Tllow CUnalea; . -
500 tK-xes Preeott' Ba' Sop;
.VW krgi Shoenberpet's Nail, all sixes.
500 bbls Chenowetb's excelkior WuUkjr."
W;tb various other articles.
Terms of Sale : .
All mms nnder 1200, em'h; all stuns rrtr $200. sa4 xxn
der ii.iHX), 80 dais; ail sums orer 93,000, 0 discredit,
for approved aDoasu notes payable in one of the citj
at archil ' - W.'n. GORDON k CO.
Auction Sale or tiroccrics,
BY , ,
LELLYETT, EVIHG CO.
MONDAY, MIRCII 16ra, ISDT.'we will offer for
aie, id trout of our warehouse, Nus. 10 and 11 Market
street, trie f llnwicf(, to wiu -
5 hhds 8iifr,fai tochoice;
8u bag? C fle, rhoice New Orleans an 1 Baltimore;
T5 bfspew M jlassei;
- S5 bbls Mtckorek, Noa. 1,1 and 8
50 aits No. 1 Mwlcerel;
8' 9 boxes Herrint; . - .
73 boxes Picklef, quart, hlf ga'Jons aod gallons;
1A boxes Star Csnnl-s;
15 bbls Pondered, Lo il and Crushed Sugar; . -'
' 15t bM' Liquur, varioas branilr.
Aod many other article to mase up a complete sl".
mare .T td 1.ELLVLTT, KWtXG CO.
EICH SPEING GOODS ! ;
w. a. & j. g. McClelland
Are now opfoinr a macnlficenl ttoek of 5PB1MQ GOODS,
parcaased moaij from. flrt haads and through large auc
tion sa.es, and will Iw sold at a small advaaoa.
Rich Silk Robes; . .
Rich Striped Bi!k;
Rich Chen Btrped Silks;
Rich striped foulards;
Rich Piaid Folrd;
Rich TV unced Foulards:
Rich Plaid and P'ain Foulards;
-' Meg-ant Orenadine Robes;
Elegant Bsr-ge Robes;
K.etfaot Challie Robes;
Megaut PUck Bilks and Plain Silks;
Ele gaot Tamie Cloths, far mourning;
Klcgant Bjmbssines, ChalUes, Ac.
Handsome Lace Pet is Collars;
jfmbraldered Handkerchiefs; Yal. Collars, Ac.
' - Shawls and Scarfs.
Handsome Stella Shawls;
Handsome Pui'm PhiwU;
Handsome Cashmera Shawls;
- Uandsome Grenadine Shawls;
W Han'lsome Mourning Stella Shawls; ,
HandMMna Grenadine Scarfs;
Uaudsome Cashmere Scarfs;
Berage, in job. Scarfs.
TV hire everjthlngla this line that can be called for
English aad American Prints, Shee:ings, Domestics. Tick
ings, Ac -
Bell Factory Good3 for Servants.
We keepeonvtaasly on hand tbese celebrated Goods for
Servants, Striped and Plain; Ounaburgj, Plaid Domestics
We have a handsr-m assortment of these fhadca for
Windows, and the Trimmings.
We would call the attention of our friends aad the trade
geoeral y to our stock this Spring, as nnasunl pains bare
been taken in their selection
mil W. A. A J. G. McCLELLAN D.
K. C. BADY,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MERCHANT,
No. 50 Comas sTn bab Bboad, Nasotiixb,
AS jast received and tow in store
1 00 hhds Suirar, Fair to Cho'ce,
8"0 bags CoUt-e. choxi Baltimore and N- Orleans,
. fl bbls. choice Rt bailed Molasses,
40 M bbls. do do do
JtO bbls. Piie" Mjgnolia Whisk J,
60 bbls Bou-bon do
f. hbls Old Kye do
. 90 bbls VanongHhela do
10 bbls Rdbtrtson County do
50 bbls lirnpe Beverage,
bbl New Voric do
M c ks Port W oe,
V;o boxes Chewing Xobacoo, various brands,
& i boxes Star Cand'es,
80 hbls Clover feed,
60 boxes W. K. Cheese.
Together with Iron, Salt, Caps, Tea, Pepper Sauce, Yeast
Powders, Kus, Pecans, Almonis, Bpice, Pepper, Indigo,
Madder, Kails, Tar, Ac. To which we invite the attention
of Uruiers and eouDtry dealers.
mil R C BAN Or.
LO, just received, a large lot or IRISH POTATOES,
r. Meshanoc. London LaJy.Lats. Red and Forward.
mil K. C. BAN I) V.
Spring Opening ,
2Ist MARCH, 1857.
tlviiil.l ll-i,l.il 4ir
MRS. S. J. LLOYD,
Fashionable Silk and Straw JIMher,
NO. 10 CEDAR ST.
WOULD respectfully Inform the Ladles ef Nashville and
vicinity, thut she has Just returned from the East
Ith a large and handsome stock of r reach M iliinery .ool,
allot the newest styles and fashions selected by herself
Mr stock In part eonsixtanf Ladies rancv lionnets, all kinds.
rrench Lace Uounets, llsir and I aae jfstinefs, Ijtce ana
Tu-can, Blond lionnets, Klond and Uair KnglishB rfl Straws,
Misses' aa.l Children's BloniT ri.U, Lesnoro riats. funurg
Flatr, Boy's lits, Trimmed and Uotrimmed, of all kiud.
A beautiful assortment of Bonnet Ribbons of all k'nds,
such as Frenclt Crp Ribhons, Velvet Ribbons, atered
Ribbons all kinds, Sash and Belt gibbons, ana Trimming
Ribbons of all sorts.
A larrre lot of Bonn-t riowers, of all k'n 3s , sn-h as B ack
Crape riowers, Second Mournluc Flowers, Wreaths, Koea,
aud Tinsel Urps, ia great variety.
A handsome assortment of Embroideries for Ladies, loch
as Lace and Worked Collars, Maltese Lace Collars and
Chemisette, io seta, B ifle Lce Collars, J scone It aad 8ise
FlounciPC and KdniDsr, all k'ods, Ladus Hiack aad shlie
Hilk Veils Kid Gioves, ail colors, Pic-Nic Ulovea, Aa., and
other articles of Ladies' wear too numerous to mention.
Now, Ladies, is your time to get a handsome and fashion
able bonnet chep. Do not beonier the impression tbat
Union street Is the only plaee yoa can get a banctson e ana
fashionable bonnet. Call at No. IS Cedar street, and yea
will see that the goods are tonal to any in tbe city. I can
sell you bonnet Lorn I J 00 u Ji trO, in fact, cheaper
than any otber store in me city.
Kemember.mv openin will be on th list. All orders
for cleaning, altering and retrtmming shall be punctually
attoodod to, and done In a superior style
N. B. Ladies Hair aod Straw bonnets cleansed and a
THE NASHVILLE PU3LISHIN5 AND PRINTING
BOOKS tor stibsrriptlons to the Capital Stock ef this Com
rar.v. will be ODrned al the o.TSoe cf A V. 8. Lindilev.
Ko 83 Coilee Htroet.oa raturday, the 7th Inst., and will
cont cue open from day to ljr, until a sumcieut sum Is sub
scribed to organise said Compaay, as prescribed by the
Act chartering said Company.
K'JLfK B. palisuriu,
mart tf Commisasooer.
1)0 TATUCNt inobbia White Meshaneck Potatoes,
A. to arnve on Ilie steamer Kescu.
ALSO 2S Sacks Fink Eye Potatoes, te arrive en taa
steamer Seventy -fla ..
mar usstex, nc&ti t vu.
"U.OVICK l-:EI. 13 barrela Cover Bead, to ar
rive oa tba Seveaty-bia.
C A RTFS, McKAT A CO.
AQE5CT JOB L0CATIXQ LAUD WASBAJITS 15
T B. ITOKtawill Uave between tba 1st aad 10th af
IT April nest, for the purpose of locating Land War
rants and Investing nuey io Lands and Town Lota hi the
biaU ef Iowa, aad tbe Tsr.itory of Mioaesota. lie eapects
ta tart al I part a! that State and Territory aaa ibeeean-
trv arownd Lake superior City, aad be propoeeele taveU
Mtey la lands aad locate werraatsfor eta.rs at iae low
price of tea eeuu pes aero, and at je per cent, eo iave
maoula land and town property. A Li who mar riesi'e te
er.gace bis services, will a i lress him at Llbvriy, UeKalb
eounty, Tennessee. Th s will be bis second trip to tbe
North-west f r tbe purposes sbive mirntioned, aod e
promises to give prompt and vdrtlaat attention to ail bast.
ness uist msy be etnsigtiea to nun.
LUTS FOII MALE.
a IIOCjR and LOT en ftammerttreet, free from tar, 81
X a. feet, with aew brick baese. '
Twa Lo s an V me street, between VprtiHl aad Breaf
A Lot aa Market street, Soath Naaaviila, esi list It t
eosntovaWe brirk ewelUos;.
IweLobla furrsetd, benttag oa tba Oanaua Tarapta
ar 0si bail's iu re.
UueLntoa H igh street. North of JeBTeraea strewi.
Five Lot ia Uctiesoek'a Adlitioa,ea Oelleg street.
Tae LaU in Me s.rotk'a Adduwa, aaSatBiaer svvet, ;
For tersBa,aipiyia eatl'L 0 auC&Krr, .
U'. - 1 Cauege sa.ee.
rr-Hswbeerft, having j ws arrtve4 rfi this Hty wth a
A commivilxafrom one o the iarress rtaaa rnrte and
Farciture Ware-rooess ia (he eity of Memphis, mauiioaa
tauake arran r eewta, nisoa fibal brras, with Maaufaa
tarvraaf FarDivre or fed r-ware, far asorm'y ef every ar
ise) la th above Moe lie bas, ato, waat st styed tba
.V Ura" In the wy pf laboe-aaviog aaai-n'ri, la
aw: TYLaV3 fAT3T WASrilXO ACHISB--
Tru la caarrif a aa. arbcie, au4 ' tain tba aiicbea" of
cerfT ttt:ag-l.eretoa e tauodaced la this l.ae. Kstsaow
rair a c-traet (or Ute asaaataetare af aae tboita4 af
t-'twte saaehtata, bb bs ti destroas of kavier eeeMtnaciad
ithirisj. A lew ceaaty Kikbta,ia Mi4d,e Tconeeswe,
rtieaaderstgaedeaa be sees at Raws) N a. , CI y Ewtal
Smp tae ae tea dare, at any box beftwo 19 "cfeev A It.,
eal.r Se'ouxk r. at. st, W. UcOOCtiALL,
BT vlrtaa at aa attac baaeat sa 4 eat befere Jh Fee
tts, t t , aod avig .dt tattcered ia tavae ( H. A.
Uisatf, asiua i.Us aa, I ku espnaa aa pebtta aaia
lata hi be, bs UKr lor etwh, at tba taort yard, at
U. iiih U M tat. 't. 14 a, a kiul htiif tst&X, aassal
M ALiaDa, aoasit 1 years eta, levied sa ss Ota prefarty af
std a tub, te a fy juxf, au4aaai aad tbt eoeu tbesea
-aia -a iaaWb-ata . . , ,
' ' tU0A.B03?ns,
ti t-it " ; ; . cuc
aUl.HI tLl. AMtTIut HREIll
m base last reivtd a tk sa.ply attsaparWf w
IF tij effrrsi Ale and b.
- -' CUAK13 MtUrj A CO,
, t.V. "1 ; ba. Ad tbari aaet.'
TtrA NTED. A good small
SAFE, second-banded, by '
OU.BKRT A CO.,
r . Corner Broad and Cherry streets.
KAGS. I will pay 3J cents
tX-o Cash for good Cotton and Linn Rags.de
Irseredatmy Rag Store eo tne Jiortn-east corner of the
Square. Woolenanaeua stags are du. wantea.
decSa ' ""inn tiiAa.
TO PRINTERS. We hare
ISrta imod Super Royal Press, nearly new and
in perfect order, which e will sell ai fc n .
dec29 tf a.uiiu.v-a.i m w.
HAG AN & BR0.,
---Book Sellers and Stationers,
No. 30 Market & Xo. 6 -Union St.,
Niaahwille, Teniieaee. . -'
LESLIE'S GAZKrTE OF FASHIONS for March, a splen
did number, just recelrk by HAGAN onw ,
mrch2 89 Market and 6 Cnion streets.
HAItPliK F0K HAECH.
HARPEt'3 SEW MONTHLY MASiZ.NB for March,
ut received by if- HAG AN A BRO.,
f024 No. 39 Market street.
"GUDET'S LADY'S BOOK, lor March, just received by
HAGAN A BRO.
YANKEE NOTIONS for January and Itebruaryjust
reeeivedby feblO u.uas
. iew Books by Express.
HENRY LYLS, or Life and Existence, by Emilia Mar
ryatt.d sughter of Ciptain Marrytt.
THE PUD3LSFORO PAP4K3, or Humors of the West,
by H n. Riley. With Original Illustrations.
THE QUADROON, or A Lover's Adventare In Louisi
ana, by Capt. Mayne Retd.
TheLaughsble Adventures or Messrs. Brawn, Jones and
Robinwn. With Comic Engravings.
"DOS BERNARDO'S DAUGHTER, or Lo7e, War and
Adventure. by W. Harrison Ainsorth.
Just received and far sale by HAQAN A BSO.,
feblO 89 Market st.
HARPER'S NEW PAPER. Ihurptr't Weekly, a Journal
of Civilisation, Brst number; 500 copies Just receired. Sub
scription received and single eopiessold by
feblO HAGAS A BRO., Agents.
THE XKW YORK LEDGER, a Weekly Newspaper. Sub
scriptions received and single numbers sold by
febtO ' HAG AN A B IO., AgenU.
Taa Stab mo Tan Cloco; Or, A Daughter's Love.
A. S. Roe, author of "Luag Laok Ahead."
-Tbi Golds J Lijact. A story of Life's Phasea, By a
Ivors. By the author of "Amy Herbert." In two voli.
Tub Hocs'shih.d Axgcj. ia Disoxna. By Leslie.
Katuis Braidb. A Fireside History of quiet Life. -
Dorb. By a Stroller in Europe.
My Dress is splendid yoa behold.
Biasing with tbe ruddy gold." FaCBT.
New GatSADA. Twenty Months in the And-a.
Tub MsacBixT'a aso BAsasa'a Riaisiaa, 1T.
Just received by Express, and for sale by -
mara ao CHARLES W. SMITH.
A FURTHER SUPPLY OF KANE'S AR3TIU EXPE
DITION just received by CHAS. W. SMITH,
mil a a
New Sacred Music'
THE NEW CAMERIA SACRA, tor sale by
CHARLES W. SMITH.
THE SOUTHERN HARMONY, fortalehy
CHARLES W. SMITH.
THE NATIONAL PSALMIST, f jr sale bv
CHARLK8 W. fMiTH.
MASO.N'S 8ACREU HARP, lor sale by
THE SHAWM, an! several other I ke popular works, for
sale by CHARLES W. SMYTH
THE 0HCBJH PdALUIST, use! by Ue New School
Presbyterian Cnurch, a large supply far sale eheap by
CHARLES W. I-MIT II.
I have also a lot of the Christian Hyiua Bk on hand
rain a a
lri vale Hoarding :
K FEW GESTLFMfN eanbe sccommodited with bosrd
2. at No. 90 Lower Market street. rVveral roo ns, ai?o.
filled opand reserved lor trAu.ilenl cusioai. fcb.'i tl
$ioo jEoviarca. !
DAN A WAY from Dtcatur Furnace, in Decatur eouulv.
IV Tennessee, inJuly last, car Negro, JOUM. for whose
recovery and putting In Jul in this e-tate we will pty til)
If taken out of the fute and secured in jail, ae will pay
IUM. We purchaaed said boy or James M. Murrell. of
Nashville. in Mav lait. baid buy weiiihs abutl?5 pounds
is coal bisck aod heavy set, about S feet S inches high, very
b-ishv hair. Trie only ma it reelected is the firm joint off
of Ins rigtitor left thura not posnv which, lie talks real
Atrioan language, aod seems a uitie tongue iieu.
UOL...AUAI, Lllt.Vlll.ta LU,
febl-1 Clifton Po-t-oitice. VVayo county, Ton
T70R TUB T IIKF thtt hrnge the lock from my stable,
1 st on on Wednesday night, lS:h inst .aod stole s b.-au
f j turned BAY IIOKSK S or I ynars old; black main and
tail; no whits recollected; about 13X ban-Is high; one eve
having rather a milky appearance, eaus frcm a hurt some
sraonths inee. He is a one Harness norse, eitner aouoie
or ingle. For any information, or the return ot the hore,
I will pay liberally. URU. u. vani naL.b.
Na'hvl'le rb an.
VAIiUAIILi. ltlIOt;CK IOU S.4I.I'
WILL sell my RFJtlDESCE and about thirty acres of
1 OK'iUND, situated in the beutiful village ol adgeBRld,
one mile from Ue oay of Nasr.vtile, and Ironung on in
ftsll.itin Pise, Fatherland and Hobton streets. It Is prob
ably one of the most beautiful places la Uavtdson eounty,
and would make a very desiratle resuleneefor a gentlema
of fortune. It is a'.so well situated to eot up lam butwiu
lots, having b t six thousand feet of fronts. Mvebjeot
n selling is to build upon a less valuable portion al sn
laws Very favorable terms will be ivea both as ta price
and time. N. uimsun
feblS ldtlw BO
N eonsequeaee of want of steek during the winter months
and accidents to machinery, by Are, at one of our prlu-
cpal Cotton Factories, there is inly one tenth Cotbm-Cord
tnougb made to supply tbe oroers wnb-a I reeeive mr tni
article. I am d.lr.g!he bet I eaa to snpply my cast omen
la flume a part of the orders aa tbey come, in turn; aad pab
lishthisby way of explanation te those ess have favored
ue with their orders. B. sakkktt.
WooJ-Ware aad Con age Dealer,
march3 In Cincinnati, O,
12a g noli a Gardens
f"HA3. MILIF.RA CO. have opened the sbove Gardens,
L veil ef the Franklin Tarnpiks, near tbe City Hospital,
where relrechmenta mat be obtained. marcba
rpHE undersigned keeps a Boarding House no Cedar
X streei.nsnt to the Verandah Hotel, wnereae is reaay.
at ail ti nes, to accommodate transient er permanent
Koa.tera al fsirratee. His table Is alwats provided with
the bestthe market afforcs.
jnlT gt. w, conaw.
HEAT AlfD PASTRT C00I FOX
rfHE subarnber offers for sale htswomaa Tiara,
A good a Cook. Washer and Ironer as there Is la tba
State, also unlerataols rtcsiing ana rresereiDg.
Inl6 uii. suai-'.i
A TWO STORT FRAME DWELLING, situated la wT
McOavoek's Addition, containing Sve raaasa 9
aad kitchen hae Utely been aaed lor a BoiMini awa.
Hoase lor the beads ep!eyd ea the Railroad Bridge
The furniture In the hoe eaa be beaghl low, aad eaa be
etl:l used ft r th same purpose, aad tbe same boarders eaa
be sreured. A wed ia naw being doe, aad will aooa be aa
isbed. Apply I. W. B, llcFARLaaD.
mareh8-U ia wiar.n.
Ea K. Glascock,
Auctioneer ! and General Ascnl.
Weald offer bia services ta tba public, aa agent fer the
KEAL ESTATE, A&utiUW
. . ri.i-v nsMrvn
or her speoe- of property. eWer la town ereountry. Ba
ins determined to devote my time to the above bsMiaase,
and having bad eoaaweraoie espt
tbat lean give satisfaction to those wbe say favor met
that li. 1 eaa always be found at the Counting Rooea
of ihe "Patriot 0 CS," "hers, in my abseace.araeraaaa
be left? I aid aiaeauabd ta tba aaies u(
Dry tJocxIa, Groceries iic.
march t, ISi".
MEDICAL CAUD. - -
DR. SUTHERLAND -6. MAYFIELD
tr"ormriy of ErunAU,) '
Baslufitrdla thaelty of JlashvDIe ta praat aehisprefaaeiaB
Office, 27, Cherrjr Street.
IkbfO lm. ' - " -
WM. SILIM0NS, 1
CARPRSCTER AXD SCIL&IR, rrpetM1 aaaaatwes V)
iha ( sin af basbeitie, tba ba la aew sacatad 3 tba
mur at Oiareb aai Cuasnsr etraeta, oppaiia the St.
Cioad Hale!, where be is rr. pared ta eaeaata ail Id ads af
Carpeeser'a en 1 Joiaer's ', Lwora, iaa aad Isuada,
Suur Ifsi, SKaw Ca, Ctum beaaa,Fitg ap atures,
iobt,fi aud Jtapairiag, Ac.,pocip:j aitaas4 la. -
fcbiO-Set . .
V0 LXWiZ FOE BAD bKAD -U.t Praatasj
ll Niiiuis taaat reeo.ra, aim ua4 eitraFlaar. aad
Fjr aaia by
O. ft JEM-IT
THE C2UIUATD TliOTTLSti srALUO.t,
1irRC3AilD Softh UrtaprjBfb, rf.R
Vaster aad I Is. Mc.Nair , wi. Shake bis eea
koIs satweatbe Fraskua Fike, at iba Fares
alf. S acM.lry. St karaaa, Aa eaa ba ,
!- la a
THE CCTAItUOS. i vJuaberelpabeafW
1 tog aad ae4i!ft!4 th ria f. isf tt tht seeaaaf
waive asd cart aa math de.'rd bv all Wvsts at aaaty.
TbiMa barrna rcdib eeaise or tut Hair, eaa eauieiy ra-
atave tbaae abecuoaa by eo!y taa er tbrse at-pistanaaa af
lets va.a.tie lutioa S'o, la ennjuea wna ttia a sww
bbla k-.-tipe b-r reaxsb Fraea'es, tiatp aoi lrs
i..r.ih. i. kit. tjoiAtbeae keve vla aillbesvulte
nrt eJ tka I aivrd atatee er Vaa.dsa lor tbe batbef
Ow Wltf. Addre 4. al. HARlwlS. Wartaa. ;
. s .. Traiaawijeeaaiy, var.
rvOUUlAUl alavegl asaF.Jr.lT:'7t.hA r'e
s. u.iuakMt a
Tom Moore'sLif e Complete
. T. Berry & Ccmpany
II A VE JUST RECEI YED
MEMOIRS, JOURNAL AND CORRESPONDENCE
IDITED BY LORD JOHN RU8SELL.
! vol, royal 9 voelo'h.
.... Opaions cf tha Fma.
1 Who has net heard cf Tom Mrore, th Iri.h Poet T To
all whe have ever read lis j opclar Melodies, this ew work
wi'J prove exceedingly interest ing, especially the aatob'os
ranhy of the Poet, from his earliest recollections la anaa-
hood. We heart.lv rn-nmiii.it! II V V r.ir4r
"Thimas Maore is the !t ef 'lie treat poets th.it ffruf
hed in the keginnirg of the century. A biogrspky, o
T ritten, ma be erger'y totght iter, lleiablle
re g-eat y Indebted to the Messrs. Apple ton tor the cheap
and elerant majLtr in wjlicn ujehaf e iasued it. A". T.
This work has been much looked for wi-.h Interest by
the admirers of the sweetest bard of modern times. The
new work has not disarpin d m The sparkling vivacity
of Moore 'a letters w;ll recommend 'hem as model.' Of style
to Ihna who a m at rmiieace In epistolary eorrespend
ence." A bunt l?rciter.
" Every one who h s the lean taste for elegant literature
ill at once procure a eopy of tne wjrk." Oirletlott
" it seems to ert that Lor J John Russell has prepared a
very credits hie work indeed. Fie evidently entered span
iteonemore, an i has, we think, pursued It to the end witk
fidelity, cnlhaiiasm and accuracy." Briti-h Colon iit.
The work has two greUattrae? !oas one on the subieet
-tbe other the td tor. Butone ranawtlook into It without
seem Ins: that it answered the highest expectatiots that
could be legitimately tinned of it. The work will, of course,
be a gn in the literature of the day." Alfitrny Argu.
" That is edited with ability, the name name of England'!
great statesman is a gaaraty." X. T. Churchman.
Moore's Lif.-, by R jsscl', p-esents a strikiog picture of
English life, such as came witWn the observatioer and ex
perieoce of the po't."--Soulier Cltru'ian Adtocat:
We seen the mtniUss, tuttim, eteeitrt, ef one of
most Tersatili, voiuotaous and melodeous bards who ever
sang. .His intimacies with an the geolusee of the day.
whether they were poets, artists, or statesmen, and the
aivete with which he honestly rattles away, about every
thing in hi. own literary lire. or his social either. In which
latter we can but be amused At hi s boa vivant propensities,
have in his style of narrating them much more of a charm
torus than we generally find in the private life of men of
genius, even where the euraJo is as decorously drawn aaide
as we Had It here." Saturday Bxulgt.
W. T. B. 4c Co. have also en sale
TOE ENGLISH EDITION OF MOORE'S LIFI AND
CORRESPONDENCE, In S vols. 13 mo., cloth.
Napoleon' at St. Helena.
IV . T. IJER R Y &. CO. bave just received
KAP0IE0X AT ST. HELENA; or, Interesting A neo-
dotesand remsakable Crnversatioesof the Fmperer dr-
ng the Five and a Half Tears of bia Captivity. CoSeeted
tram the Memorials of Las Casas, O'Meara, Montholaon,
Antommacchl, and others. By John 0. Abbott. With Il
lustrations. 1 vol, Svo .eloth.
i ! Extract from the PrefacS
The genius af Napoleon is astounding. Allbraccbetof
human Knowledge seemed alike famil'ar to bie gigantia
mind.. Ilia can vernation, at it. Helena, seaU'red tbrourh
the-, aumrr us and eolunvnoua memorials ef these h
gleaned them, are replete with intensest interest, eaa
There i do mind which srlll net be lnvtrerated by fatnili-
amy witbtnnse prolound tr.ougMs, expressed with so
much glow of feeling and energy of diction.
W. T. BKRRT A CO. btve also on sale
MEfflOIKS OF THE IMF, AND COKVIRSA-
TI05S IF THE EMP1EC2 NAP0LI0H. By Count
DeLasCasas. Witb Portraits aud otter II. uatratiuaa. 4
NAPOLEON'S CAXPAIGSS IN IGTPT AND
8TE1A, 1798-1799, dietatedby the Fmperor atfll. He
lena, and published by Uroeral Bertrand. 1 vols., five
With an A'.la- oft1) Plates of the Plans of Battles. Paris,
JeUT. , ,
aCONTHOLON'S BISTORT 07 THECAPTHITT
OF NAPOLEON AT ST- HELENA. vols., ha f calf
NAPOLEON'S C0NIIDENTAL C0BBESPON-
dtnee with his Brother Joseph, i vols. limo.
LAST DATS OF NAPOLEON. Memoirs ofthe Last
Two Years ol Napoleon's Esile. Bv Dr. F. Aniummin-hl.
formings Sequel to the Journals of :r O'Meara and Count
Las Casas. 6vo.
MIM0IBS OF THE INVASION OF FBANCE by
the Allied Armies, and ofthe Last Ms. Months ofthe Reign
of Napoleon, including bis Abdication. Wiltten by com
mand ar the Kmperer. By Baron Faia, Brat Secretary of
theCabin.t. lvot-Svo. Witha Map of tba Casapaiga of
ABBOTTS LIFE OF NAPOLEON- ivola.
NAPOLEON IN EXILE. By O'Meara.
NAPOLEON AT ST. HELENA, from tne Letters
and Journals if Sir Hudson Lowe
ME3I0LRS OF NAPOLEON. By the Duches D'Abran-
tes. 2 vols. With Portraita.
HAZLIITT'S LIFE OF NAPOLEON.
NAPOLEON'S MEMOIRS: Ivenlnga with Prlacs
Cambaceres, 8econd Consul. By Baron Langon.
NAPOLEON'S EXPEDITION TO BTJSSIA. By
Couot de Pegur.
THE NAPOLEON DTNASTT. By the Berkley Men.
With 20 Portraits.
. NAPOLEON AND HIS MARSHALS. By Hsadley.
NAPOLFON'S OLD GTJEAD- By Ueadley.
NAPIEB'S PENINSULAR WAX. '
ALISON'S HIST0ST OF EUXOPE- With aa Atlas
ofthe Plans of Battles.
THTEB'S HISTORY 07 THE FRENCH BE70LTJ-
TI0S. bvols., with Po'traita. feblS
- . , - - . Cliancerf Sale.
F!t compliance with a decree ofthe Chancery Court at
!sjhrilh.,t the Nrrvember Term. IS S, in the ease of
Albert Preyffivs et als. by ..ew pnrU, I shall, oa the 4tb
day of. April neit, exoow tnt pubtlo saia, to tba highest
bidder, at the Court-yard Oale, la said erty, tbe following
described lot or parrel of Land, lying on tho North side af
Lick "ranch, hen g part af Lot No. SI ia Balch A Whiteside's
Ad'.iura to Nssbvdle, and bounded as low.; Coeamene
lag at A. L. Samuel.' picket f-nce and running to the said
fl?k branch, and thence ruanln aith the meanders ef said
btaocA daea Ibesama taa paint half-way between Cherry
and College street, thence on a line hatf-way between said
street, (aad la a naralial Hue aitb I hern both) ta a point
at rfM angles with she beginning thmee la a straight Una
to th. begin a nr. Thar l one or more tenements on said
asnprrty, a mere iTtealar dsscriptioo of whicbwl'ilbe
given so the dsy of sale.
, Taaa. Ooeaad taa years, arith nates well seewred and
a fta retaioedV . Uhli - CD. BRIRS, a U.
iTefrteeofa decree of the Chancery Court, at ashv;i.
I) al Its SUv term. IV. 6. io the ease of Jane Williams et
al vs. Sarah . Jjrdan el als. I will, ea theStst day as
Marrh at. at tbe Court-yard Gate, la said city, eiposa
for public sale, to tbe highest bidder, a Let ia Vetch A
Whiteside's Addition, described aa lollowa: Beginning at
the soraeref Vine aod Craafurd H reels, thence along Vina
street S3 feet to Lockbart's earner, thenee with Loekhart'a
Una one hundred feel ta a stake, thenee by a Hae through
said lot 15 fret to a stake ea Crawford street, tbeace with
the bne ef Crawmrd street one hundred feel ta the begin
T taae. aH property wtltfce said sa a credit or eta, aire
and twelve months, bales wU seeured and a Hen relataed.
febll id . C. . aaian, t. a.
IIT virtue of a decree of the Chrx-ry Court, at "aa
I) vllle, atl'a Knvesibey term, IsSa, In the cae of Mar
tha M. W salt vs SlcSoias Knleht and ethers. I win. en taa
tibdayof Marrh next, at tbe Court yard Gate, la said
elty,ena fr-rpkMie s'e,to the highest bidder, atraet ef
Land, situated ia CaaatNataasantp.b-Maastast ta Use aetata
ef itpeacer Wratt, dae'd, eeutaiiang soar bondred sid
tali t aeraa, aaara ar teea. -,-- .
Tsaes-Four aad sia saen lbs credit, a'ee wefl secured
aad a Ilea retained. C. D. BRIAN,
kbit ,. ; Clerk and Master.
r SALE OF VALUABLE K0PEBTT.
1aampraara with in order et tke Honorable Circuit
fettrt af Hoot sea Coietv. made at We Febraaey Term,
mi.tu theeanre of R. H PayoV beire, by therr guardian.
Joa. A. Pas be, ta sell H ee and Lot, I will eff-r for aai.,
en MuNUar, the ih day e April aeal.(bing Coan.
Court day.) la tbe town of Springfield, iaeneon eoani,.
Tesaeasee, an a eredit ef eoe, tea aad three yean, that
vaSMbla Tavera Uoaa, and. favaeably baowa as the
bPrU.sumL H'UH. L- hs si mated ea the aortb
eas eoroer of tbe Pubsic qtjar, fr nung m set aa Uaia
aad ilion May s:rel, I atwal I tf aera. s noase ss a
tteat aad sobaaanbat hncH !asae, well eaited ba Hoselry,
aad mlcht be used aa a kaeine. buas er private residence;
, ..... a Uars. Ac Oa the U.t araaU
aereeaary eat berMmgs lee-bea. stabiea, gardens. Ac
raid are-p-eiy aril be euld ea a er.rt of eoe taa ai
laanTwltb lataraat oae aasa. Tea goad saaan
be required tba pueebaser, aad a Ilea retained
taf b. mt t.m lb.
required a iss preot, - - -. - - - - -
an nl said Aa. Cash tf etof aawm Mvanea.
JOHN b. UCfDUUSuN.
FOX lALE, EOT OB EXCHASGS 103 CITT
m . ... ... ti ... ..th A iu. RitbaB-
atusettaata. a rwm .wa. " .
Kcgra Ho.SUoiea.bu.gy J'jlefsM.
" . TOE SALE.
rKtH0wtTIADoF wArrukW !trxw,Vr
L Tbls Ptet is aeaaiiraliy sitaalad ea the H. 'l-U.
IarrUd.ri-lie.from .Naahv. n4 taja
earybesila.dia Ruiherfc waety- tVU a ceee
t Jj fea aal a-a ij ' 1 'JTl
wH .I-.ed . aa ab.ataaee ef -e'er STsaab
THare ar. ali a ..e.br 1 'Vu VtZ.Tk Z
It a v v desirabte Week Farva. f, soi to fJJJT
eaeab W it-rt'. aadtsereUadaptedwbkegraeUaf SoUea,
a aVs-t-J , JfT Q - f g J ai Til i hi - .sa an
- t..I.,.su caastat d a
bit aut-beas- l"t. Ji-M
Tta aabserfber wss be ia basbJe a W '' t V
S t 9 -. . .
-i gw ALL FtRM. aader a goad edar ,?. V
aw 'ifeaea, about , sallea tr U- iw.jl
aV" ea tbe .-soe..lle Pise. a.?! uing Caps, i!'
' '. aa- nuiikiiii 7W aarea In.
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