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DAILY S8; TEI-"WTEX2.T 5: WEEKLY $3
r. ith, 'akthokt a. car. - To. calliek.
S2UTH, CA1IP & CO., Proprietors.
" IT. IIY. S.TIITII, Editor.
OEct K, 16, i i i f Deaderick Barer.
'"' .... MC'Ptrrr to oar antx'paiioo," itjt the
-- KucHville, Kv., Herald, " the prowing wheat crop
- of Logan County austaioed but little irjury dorio;
tne winter ftom eeveritj of the cold. From ac-
4k start ff-ai f.v aaMttAiie Af ik O Vi xa i
WliUhV I VI m ft ava: V ' VI UIV VUUKVJi VIITJ ya wi
prct iff flttering (or lrge yield to the coining ' folks on the KnoxFiie branch, cannot shake
harvest." ' it. They may, however, Berve to induce in-
'ter from Wiliington ys that Lee, 'creased vigilance and caution in its mau
the Clark in the Pennon Office, who mnrdered Mr. ; aement, and the phcing of additional
Borne, .ome day. ,r, wa. for eome year. .Mi.t- ( . & welI.ff0 and wdl.worQ
ant manteer of the Alexandria race roore, aca ,. - ,
. i POnilrQitAn
'most Doted in that neighborhood aa eotk-Jighter.
.... At company of teamsters were going in
to Weiiona, M. T., on the ih nit-, nn nle,
Cook atarted oft to a little distance from hia com-
paniooa, near the bat of one oi mote iony uiuue
which wall io the romantic RoJiinjutone, and bad
not been there live minute when a treroendooa
avalanche of aoow cm thundering down from the
umoiit cf the bluff above him, and in Ita rapidly
descending course awept him away io an instant,
and buried him under the mwi to the depth of 8
. or 10 feet. lie a exhumed u quickly aa possi
ble, but was life extinct. . ,
, ....la a contrast to the fua, pomp and parade
of the recent Inauguration; the Albany Journal
gays: "One morning in April, 1789, two gray
haired men appeared in the open galirry of the old
City Hall, In Wall street. New York. The one
beld in bis band a quarto bible, and was recogniz
ed by the crowd in the eireet below, as Chancellor
" Liringstorf. The other, dressed in a plain dark
fuitof home-made cloth the product of an Ameri
can loom, and stitched by 'American fingers and
. 1 . ? a . w
by all to be George Washington. There were no
guna or drums, no dignitaries of church and state,
no foreign envoys surrounding. - There was no in
augural address, no procession no "banners, ma
' sicand adornments." . The Chancellor repeated the
' otb, and the first President bowed assent, kissed
the book, and the ceremony was over."
.... Mr. Thomas Re, of Toronto, C. W., broth- 4
er of Dr. Rae, the Arctic traveller, contradicts the
report that bis brother is a boot to reBume the search
for further traces of Sir John Franklin's party. He.
ays the Doctor's intended vojage to the Arctic re"
gioni, is for the purpose of completing the survey
of that part of the coast of America yet nnexplor-
m ed. .. lie also states that no further expedition wQl
be sent out by the Government, to prosecute a fur
ther search. - ' i
.... A charge of "corruption and bribery," some
what like that which lately interrupted business at
Washington, baa been made io the Pennsylvania
Legislature, at Harrisburg. - On Thursday the
'Speaker, Mr. Gertc, charged that a person holding
seat upon the floor of the House as a reporter,
had attempted impioperly lo procure the passage
of three bills, asking $300 to withdraw ot'j-ctioua
to their passage.," A committee of investigation
was immediately ordered. .'
.The Uilwaukie add Mississippi Railroad is
completed to within a few miles of Prarie da Cbien,
on the banks of the liisfissippi river, and will open
through for business on the 19th of April The lo
cation of this line ia through a fine pinion of the
State of Wisconsin and is the index Soger to nortb
, rn Iowa and Minnesota, Two first class boats will
leave Prairie da Chi en daily, iu connection with
this line, for St. Paul '. ' '' rr'i
, ....The Western fever says the. Ktwluryport
Herald, hi seised a great number of persons this
spring, and is raging in all the free States east of
the .Mississippi river. All New England, New York
Ohio, Ac, are suffering from the disease. The em
igration to Kansas will be as large this year as last;
and Iowa, Wisconsin, NobraekA, and Minnesota are
filling up with a ru?b. Vtry many of the emigrants
will better their condition ia their new homes; and
many, comparatively happy now, will render them- -J
elves wretched and miserable.' . .,
.... Soiled wall p'per may be made to look as
well as new, ia most esses, by the following expe
dii nt : Take about two quarts of brsn, lie it up iu
buudle of coarse fhuutl, and rub It over the pa
per. It will cleanse the whole paper of all descrip
tions of pjtt, better than any means that can be
used. Koine tin bread, but dry bran is best.
J ti r.V-The LouWvi!le Demoerat of Wednesday
ays: "The eetimaUe lady of our German friend.
Henry, who lives in Maduon street, between Shel
by and Campbell, gave birth to a female iulant on
Mopdy evening, which weighed l went j -three aad
a half pundt.. The mother and chill are both
"doing'' aa v. 11 as could be expected. We cbaL.
.... Dr. Win. Sy mm s, of Andorer, who died in
1807, wrote over 4,500 Si rmoijs. . lie burned the
whole pile near the close of his life, remarking that
if be bad not bcn wbliged to writs two sermons a
week, be ought produced some worJt" savlug."
.... A borse de aler,'deeribing a used up horse,
'ald be looked "as if be had bea editing e daily
news-paper!" . .
.... The Coostitutionnel sijl that the celebrated
pianist Lists aa entered the religious order of
Franciscan monks at Pcstb. The same journal adds
that M. Uermtnn, another pianist of note, has en
tered into a religious bouse in the south ot France.
?.VThe"sttee et tholvirgisi 'which" Is te be
greeted etHove io commemoration of the promul-
atioo of the dogma of the I cl maculate Concepiioo
iefinishei. Wbil the statue was bains: east the
pric su chanted the Litany to the Holy Virgio and
the workmen gave the responses.'
.... The heavy snow which has fallen on the
mountains ia the Yar, France, has driven numbers
of wolves dowe to the p2ln; where they have com
milted great destruction among "the flocks of sheep
,The shepherdi adopted a etraiageia to ascowplub
tkvir dertruetion. . They Injected the deed carcael
of an ass with poison, which the wolves devoured,
end six of then) were founl ddad the following
day. - ,
.... Among the items of the bill of fare provided
for the crowd who took part ia the terpsichorean
fi iale of, the inaugoraUoe eeren)uiiei were the fol
lowing: i,000 worth of wine, 4 '0 gaHocs of oys
tera, A0ojearts of chlckoa n!4, ourtaof
lee M-Vam, 500 qusrla ofjelliea, 60 saddles of mat.
ton; 4 of ven!on 9 roondi of beef, 5J lams, US
, tongues, besides pates of carious kiodi. At the
bead of the table was a pyrsmij of rake for feet
high, with a fl'g of ec!l State and Territory, with
the coat of erjia of each printed on it.- . - -
. .'.VJoho Wenlwsrth, laluly electeJ Mayor of
Chicago, has donated oue-third of the yearly salary
of the office lo tie Firemta's D osvolent Associa
tion. The amount is tl.t63.ti., U lo piJ
$i00 to the wif.of .Seibn, who was killed in lbs
riot election dy. '-"-"'
.... A valuable diacovery of boastiful granite,
opposed to be inexh4ustibl ia quantity, has be
made on the banks of t ie Putawac rivar, near
Occoqfen, V.' It Is of 'gray Jos, eonulning
eearts to,an etcers, aud bears preeaere of 14,.
...Ti Cavao Lottery e8Jito the Spanish
ovcriiRienl an" atii uj revenue of million of
dollars, in 0ie ahape of a government (liviJrnd,
The jworM part oT ibe Case it that nearly tour fi'thl
i of the tickets are dipoedef in tllicouiiir. .Ttus
Indirectly, dowur proflemil ia upbolili; l!.e mie
ers'ls 'i'Oil'tu t Spain.'. . - 1 I
' . The LiHvnie Vo:ltj tyih
J'We' iearn that eleven litres,: the', pfCfwtf tf
Wl !iia D. Keed, Kq , f U diiam cou try, eaeal
"tolod oo Sandar ulg'Jtlwt, buttbU lUy were
rurnsJ, sol tt U ttu ettcsuJ." ,
... , .- . - i
' i- '
SATTJEDAY, X ARCH 14, 1857. , ' "
The Union Bank.
We hope no reader of the Tatriot will
take np the idea, from what has been said
in the public journals respecting the Union
Bank and the Memphis Brokers, that, that
old and well establi.shel Institution is not,
every respect, sound aDd safe.. - No banking
Institution in the State has attained a high
er of more deserved reputation for the pru
dence, skill and ability with which it U con
ducted, or, for its reliability in affording a
sound circulating medium. Sach little ep
isodes as that of the .' run of tho Memphis
i - - I
: - From. Washington. - ';
. fpeclal Correspondence of the Nashville Patriot. ,
Cabinet Dred Scott Com Burt's Jniecition.
' ., . .' WAsniSQToy, March 7, 1857.'
. The Cabinet is at last determined and fixed,
and ex Governor Brown finds hinaself at the
tail end. Fornej has . triumphed in ousting
GIanoyJones,and bringing Black into the Cab
inet. The email fry are now beginning to stir.
Many ex Members of Congress, ex-Governors,
and others of less note, including some "old-line-wh!g,"
are seeking mission?. It is ornor
ed that the President will recall all, even Dal
las, who has rendered Muiselfso notorious of
late by tie famous Dallas-Clareoden treaty.
The Supreme Court yesterday rendered its
decision in tbe Dred Soott slave case, deciding
ibe Missouri Compromise to be unconstitution
al, a negro not to be a citizen of tbe United
States, denying the power of the States to mike
citizens" of the United States, denyinR the
power of Congress to Interdict or establish
slavery, or rather its power over this epecifs
of property, other than over all the descriptions
of property. ' Tbe decision sustains the South
ern view of these controverted questions ; and
It is to be hoped that agitation will hence for
ward cease, thongU tbe dissenting opinion,
wLich is to be delivered to-day, will ondoubt
edly Berve to prevent the repose which wonld
follow the decision. The opinion discusses the
varions questions raised elaborately, and I pre
sume will be published. It is feared that sec
tionalism has crept into the court, though
Northern Jndges have agreed to tbe decision.
Curtis and McLean are supposed to be the
dissenters." McLean could not do otherwise,
after permitting his name to go before the
Black Republican Convention for nomination.
Presidential aspirants should not be allowed to
sit on the bench.
Notwithstanding the landalion of the Xi
tional Intelligencer, the inaugural is received
with very great dissati-faction. Even among
the democracy there are many who denounce
tbe Pacific railroad endorsement, and others
of the North denounce the opinion as to the
time when the people of a territory may in
terdict slavery. Tbe Supreme Court has de
cided that Congress cannot confer this power
on a territory. The Northern democracy say
they cannot stand upon this at home. Jones
withdrew from the Cabinet, so say his friends,
because of tbe avowal of this opinion; and it
Is also said that Cass remonstrated against it.
Pennsylvania U regarded a hopelessly lost to
tbe democracy, because of these troublesj but
one who know the influence cf money in that'
State, must take tlu information with many
grains of allowance. Buck's indecision has
caused much; fear among his friends. .They
for this pecniiarity will break down his ad
ministration before U fiirly commences. . lie
can't say no, and is afraid to say yes, and it is
likely both sides will become dissatis6ed; In a
word, he is to be another Pierce, without
courage enopgh to exercUe the authority vest
ad in him. As an instance of thif, many are
no-w tiring him to select whigs f r several
f.ireign raiBfionp, and rsdicaldemooratf, whoare
b ungry, threaten him with vengeance, awful aud
terrible vengeance, if he wantonly disregards
the ancient maxims of tLeir party, Ihat js to
given no crumbs to any bnt democrat. Be
tween these two Buck halts and is likely to
stay halted cniii public- necessity or private
piitreatiii comnel him to decide. . .
. ; " JABEZ CANDOR. '
. CST'The Union J- American.. has been in-,
dustriously laboring , to propagate the im
pression that the IlbnJohn Bell 'is enilear
oring to drire, Messrs. Ready and Zolllcof
fer out -of 'Congress. - We venture to tsay
that Mr. Bell has neither by word nor deed,
directly nor indirectly, taken any part inthe
controversy, Jor or against either of f thcrse
gentlemen. They differed in regard to the
Kansas-Nebraska bill, but that -difference
of opinion has not, we feci authorized to
Bar, produced, in the mind, of U.i. Bell any
desire to hare them thrown aside by their
constituents. It is unjust to Mr. Bell to
assert the contrary; bnt he has bo long
been the subject of, democratic injustice,Lis
polictical friend kuow what credit is dne
to each charges aiud how to appreciate
. . i . . i - - ' - - - i
; rz -r
It has not been very long since the Union
d American seized the occasion of a com
plimentary remark about Hon. Jno. Bell,
by the 'evr York Tribune, to' say signifi
cantly that the Tribune knew its friends.
The Union 4" American, will .not, we pre
sume, object if we apply iU rule to cou
ple of the leaders of the democratic party.
Iu the 7Viu,ofthe 6th Inst'., wefimlthe
followtcg . ' 1 4 '
Tie fact, however, remain thatU was Tb
TwnS which firstj rorMl fe". Cas forth
elevated place of Secretary f State, and that,
afujr Uig hejuUtion, a carvful daily study ur
our cttlomns at last brought Mr.; Baclianau
(nhobujs acopy T oursheetevery day.'of tbe
proiupteet Deiuau ia his vicinity, and some
times pays for It a much as live r sit eeots)
over U our way of thitikuig, aud Go. Ca i
now becretary of State. -'- ,-"
'Hie Tribnns knows its frientlvand cf
coarse it mast haTe been, according to the
logic of oar contemporary, this fact which
i edit to bestow cpoa Gen. Coit the com-
riliraeut of its rcommeudauou "for the ele
vateJ place of Secretary of StaUi.'!. What
cUe tat iJeutitjr of ncutiaeut could haTeiu-
duced the bUck republican leader to tempt
Mr. Bachatn iato such &a Hfpointmcjit.'
. If ths Tn'iawknoa-i it fricalj, it ii cot
tou!:ke!y that It knor tket yeho are cot its
frkud. It would, j'pear, fro:a tb follow
Lrg parsgraj-h c!L;-ped from lhat JouraaJ'bf
tbe Tth, that it renrds Aarouai ia tie
LlttT category and Anly in tha f.'rmer:
JrVAAW V. Bk.'W entire. I Dgrc-s in
itrrved riptf, ao I thtn ru rflj o roa
fv U!jTvrto-,.M efr.s f sutf.'. i;y u, '
U.e lu tor i'.uua4r-tJ.t.ri, m wuuid
hf hr.lwa lUi j r.avtt tiufferuiir,
Andrew JohnsoD, in that most important po
sition. They are just alike as politicians, but
Andrew has the work ia him. which we fear
Aaron has not. , .
' ;Now, we do not Bay that either of these
democratic sachems are friends of the Tri
bune; bat how can the Union S- Amaican,
adhering to its rule of interpretation, re
gard iass and Johnson as any thing else?
The recent decision of the .Supreme
Court of the United States denying to Con
gress, the. right to -prohibit slavery in the .
territories, and declaring the Missouri -Restriction
unconstitutional, has aroused the'
indignation' of the negro-w'orshippers.' The
2ClV,rniune leads off against it in bit
ter language. I Ilear it : " .", ' - - '.'.'":
This ilacision.'we need hardly 'say, is enti
tled to just 60 much moral weight as wonld be
the judgment of s, mojority of those, congrega
ted in any Ya8hiogU bar-room.' It ia a die-,
ivm prescribed by the 5tump to the bench
the Bowie-knife sticking in the stump ready
for instant nee if needed. It is of a piece with
the rotes of Benton, Dx and Bagby for ti e An
nexation of Texas with the boundary if the
Rio Grande. ' , , ' ... , ,
It is not surprising .that such denuncia
tions as these should be meted out to the
Supreme Conrt. - Men t who bate prostitu
ted the pulpit to their envy and hatred of
the. South, cannot.be expected to exhibit
respect and Teverence for 'anything which
does not conform to their sentiments. It
is their vocation to decry and denounce ev
erything which interposes a barrier to the
success of their mischievous and wicked
schemes to' deprive the South of her con
stitutional rights.'? They would be false to
their natures were they to let the Supreme
Court pass nnassailcd. That conservative
barrier must now be broken down, and the
popular reverence for its decisions destroy
ed in one section of the country, if possi
ble"," But, we ask, is this possible? Are
the people of the free States, so steeped in
prejudice, 60 blinded by hate, that they
cannot detect the iniquity which would lead
themto tear down the last refuge and
sanctuary of Justice? TVe trust not. We
have not yet lost all faith in even the peo
ple of the North. But, it behooves ' the
conservative portion of them to be more
active than they have been of late years,'
and to exert themselves vigorously to
check the growth of vandalism in their
, The Lincoln Congressional District. ;
The Union c- American has had a good
deal to say, arid has said some very good
things about the condition of affairs in
the 5th ' and 8th Congressional Districts,
arising from the desire on the part of Amer
icans to supplant the present Representa
tives of those districts. Whilst our con
temporary has been troubling itself with
matters outside of its party, it has appa
rently not seen the little cloud which has
appeared above the horizon of the Lincoln
district. The Fayetteville Journal, more vig
ilant, sees and promptly attempts to ac
count for the phenomenon. It sees, or
thinks' it sees, in it the inauspicious hand
of Hopkins L. Turney, who, it alleges, is
endeavoring to make use of Mr. Thomas to
gratify his dislike of the famous "watch-dog
"of the Treasury." Whether this be' really
the case, or not, ; we are not prepared to
say. We rather snspect : that, there are
other democratic leaders besides Mr. Tnr
ney, who are Testive tinder the inappeasa
ble desire for congressional honors which
has for many years distinguished the mem
ber fronr the Lincoln district."-It might
not be altogether profitless to our contem
parary if it should turn its attention to the
matter for a brief period. . One view of the
horoscepe of Franklin county through its
telescope mignt iunusn sumcieni aata upon
which to foretell the effect of the Themas
movement as well as Its cause. We would
like to know, whether Hop is really "trig
gering" to throw George overboard."
v - , Tbe Senate f the Catted States
J Is 'how . composed as' follows the num
ber of Republicans teing doubled :
rreiMent,.... .Jo C BaaciaiaiDaa, officio.
Steretary, Asacat. Dicama. X i
Iiimneratle Senator la Rcmaa; Republican in Skill
Cars; Aaericaaa Ukjuue. ; ,, . ,.
-,i ,1 1 -j Term
. . ancitaaa. . Txpirt.
CbarlM a. Smart, ' 1W9
ZAcaaaiin C4di.b, S8
A'twrt 0. ltron, 1SS9
7 Jaffartoa av, 1S6I
J.aieaS Orean, ! ' '1M1
Tnutva Polk, lb3
' sew sAMraaiaa.
Jon P. Hals, . lit
.... - asar tok.
Wm.H Sawaaik, , , 181
Pbistos Kihs, 1858
Wnitaaa Wright, r: 1B:
Jobs R. Tbooip'on, ltM
DavM B Raid, 1 B
ABIgga. - : 1961
OBI. . i
George I. Push, , 1M
JBaw. t. Wam, - ; 1S6S
William HiRlar. v 1SI
. fluioa CAnaaua, . lbSS
Philip A Ilea, . 1M0
JaMaa F. Saaweaa, 16M
Jo h J. fcTasa, lt
AnJrw P. Batter, 1SS1
LAAi. ,. Zip TBI.
CTemeotO Oiay.rr . 18.'
Bmaain Ftptrick, J85I
1 - '. v aacawaa. : '
yfm. K.' Sriian, ''lit'
Robt. W. ioboaon. 18CI
co.tnaoTioirr. - -taritsrus
jABMUizea, - 1 f 186S
Win. M tlwlon, ,161
lavldC. Brolorlck, . 1(63
i cL4Waa. ,j. ,t
Martin W. Jlaww, . IS
Jme A.Bayrl, , ." 1308
David I Tulae. l'Bt'
Bvpbaa - Mtllory, 18S
Kohw Toob, i'i HIS !
tfrtalTaaon. ...... JSl
rkham N. facb,
Jaaaa D. BrUbt. ...
1.TH4I Iaoaauix, . .
r . I0W4. ...
Oeorira Vf . Joaae, , .
JiJt Jt, fAoirw,
JiAh J. CriltmJrn,
Jataa . auJamlB,
JiA StU, -
. ii .... .
Wm. Pitt raaaavcw, ISM
HiJiiuau.U tituc, 186
riacat Miiwi, . 1S6i
Caaaus-. - IMS
Jamas A. farM. IMt
AniAtMy Xrnnmiy, lav.
Thomaa J. Rmk,
Jaocb CotXAiiaa, '
Routaoa Poor, '
R Jt T llimtar.
Jaaaa at Maton,
CliaiM Pcataa, .lt
JUHL DouUTTLa, 1S0I
. t -.t - . a acirrroLAnoa. "
Repabteaoa'.... a. ... 4..4.. j. .. ...... .W
A aatira aa....... ,......-va.. ... S
Totai. .... L.. m ..,...... .m. .6J
Twenty black rrpnblicans in the United
States Senate! .Think of that, people of
Tennessee! But V few years ago there
were tot more than four representatives of
the pegro-worshippera la that body. How
has it happened that their number ia now
fire times as great? Is not thU the legiti.
mate product of democratic agitation of the
slavery question. Recur, to the political
hUtory of the conntr since 1852, and an
swer for yourselves. " ' .''". " ,'
The annual State .Election' of Xew
Ilatnpihire touk. p!uce last Tuesday.' A
telegraphic kMU:h - to- the AngaU
CiloiiiJi' tiji : the jlcputHcaa' caudidate
for GoTentor,wjis "tUcted by three vthon
'easd . tnaj jrlty.S'Tte -hy'.4 ; llepallicao
ticket was eieeUd; ! -
TESTirTs eorrr ij ot:4-si of . LsOw'oa"!;.'4S
reports ihat th Eiaperr . 1ea 8e boiidr4
fiaaea (a;a v i,i.HJt.'j W the wilow ifr.
ChUi SJ?r7, ths &.n,na eho s Ul ty et
"tiuel ia the 4bW f rls-ja cf C.icbr. ;
tt Jrv f . ? f J, . I i t '
Mr. Pierce' Cabinet.
The N. O. Delta does not laud the late Cab
inet of Mr. Pierce, as some of its democratic
eonfrerei have thought it politic to do. It talks
of them iu the following strain: : .
Tommy Moore sang, oece upoo a while, when he
was a little mtd up after a dinner at Lord LanJa
"All that's biiht must fade,
The brightest mil, the fleetest , ,
and as" w, from an unknown watch-tower, observe
the dhruption of the Pierce and Marcy Cabinet, we
find thh-nilincholy refrain, I ke the thidiogs of
list night's wine, riiginsr doljful'y in our ears.
- The Pierce administration goes out without much
enmi'j or much respect; it may hare some ene
mies but they are as weak as Itself. It was not a
body capable of creating either hatred or love.
Simply a Do-Xothinz sftYir, It dies as it lived, con
staoily mediocre. Pierce leasee the While House
with ibe reputation of an amible man who wrote
some pretty imittlions of his friend Hawthorne's
romances, and some twk Vera for political docu
ment. . He chose tomatt r the eaalcirv-umf rrer.c j
ef the policy of the United State, and fouod hia -self
lit le more tbao a chib'a hand io a grammar
school endeavoring to clasp and hold one of the
globes from which the pupils learn their notions of
geoRraphy. A pretty hand it was ; gr eefu', in
ooth, and child-ike; but it could not take jn the
globe. Dobbin leaT s his place w thout g lory or
disgrace. A roan of few words and few act", he
has made do Dame or fa rae, and cors.qiiHntl has
last oone. McClelland is ia a-similw conoition.
He has been eo modest In hia official pUee so
wrapt up in the 'Interior,", as the Spiritualists
would sit, that the country can afford him "tbe
charity of its silence." Campbell has not t ucceeded
so well; the Post-Office in hia hands has been a
solemn hoax, eo fares the South is cone. rued, and
he will retire with a unani.iious "God speed" from
all the enterprising mea of the . country. AJ to
CaK'b Cueaiiig he was Caleb and nothing more
He was Tery actire, butachieed uothing very in
telligent but conceived nothing rery noisy, hut
sail nothing worth remembering at leas'. Jeffer
son Daris alone, representing indiridualy a great
creed, vindicated his position and preseireU his
great name without blot.
ButUuthriof Ye. we were forgetting that re
doubtable Secretary, and yel be is a living instance
of the instability of human greatness the "ranity
of human wishes" wbicu should not be carelessly
overlooked. , From the eventful day when Guthrie
ordered the "decapitation" of Juoge Bronsoo, of
New York, down to the present hour, he has been
an energetic and hard-headed old customer, utterly
incapable of nice reasoning on difficult political
questions, but pretty good at accounts. Uj would
have been a Jackson, if he had Jackson's brains
an Alexander, if nature bad not made him a Par
meniol Aa it was. he fulfilled his role, bo far a
the account books are concerned, with tolerable
credit, end appeared by no means the worst of the
Ll-assorted lot. iV. 0. Delta. -
Tbe f irst Disappointment.
Ia not this beautiful t It was contributed to tbe New
Tork Home Journal by Mra. J. II. Beveridge, of GalTet
too, Texas. -
I aaw a youthful mother,
Once on a lummer'a day,
r - Pet down a imilinf infant
To watch iU froiic play;
'' - It framboled on the flowera
' That decked the earpa: o'er,
And itemed, with childish wouder,
Each object to explore.
A something on the Instant
Its glad career arrests.
And earnesily it gazes whera
A golden sunbeam rests;
While on the new found glory
It fixed its wondering eyes,
- ' " And truthfully rt ached iis hand,
To seize the glittering prize.
. - ' And now its tiny fingers clasp
The treasure rich and rare.
Which in its Itaby im.ocnca
It sura y thought was there. - -
But ah 1 that band utc!o?es,
and to its earnest gaae
Ke reals no gem of beauty
' N bright imprisoned rays !
. And thea the first of ninny tears
fell on the cherub face
The first sad disappointment
In 'life's uncertain race I
. And thus has it been with us all,
Who ita dark game have played
We've sought 10 grasp the sunshine,
And only found the shade.
3f"Tle Inaugural adilressof President Bucb
jtuan is altogether a'very bingular composition.
It is a thing of shreds and patches, with di
verse sentiment-! and incongnioas sentenoes
etrnntf together in most ridiculous disorder.
Congratulating the country npon the pacify
ing effects of the "happy conception," winch
he subsequently declare?, in his own individu
al opinion, never was conceived at all, he pay,
alluding to the question of donatio slavery in
the Teiritories: ."Most happy will it be fr
the country when the public mind shall be di
verted from this quextion to others of mor
pressing and practical importance. And a
few lines afterward he very gravely asserts
thut "this question of domestic sla vtry is of far
greater tmportartce thanany mertpoLuutal ques
tion;'1 and in another sentence of the para
graph he declares that tbe tine when the peo
ple of a Territory shall exercise the privilege
of determining for tliemK;lves iSe question of
domestic slavery "is of no practical importance."-'
' ' : ! " .
The distinguished author of the addree was
evidently out of his element, lie had ail his
.fife long "advocated the power of Congress to
prohibit slavery in the territoriee, hut knew
that opinion wonld not be palatable to the
Southern fire-eaters, who uiai be conciliated.
He doesn't plainly ondtMand any other doc
trine, bnt knew full well that there should be
something ele In his speech; sot with a view
to satisfy all the 6hadf8 of Democracy, from
the white Democrats of the South to the blsok
Democrats of the North, he served np a sort
of ollopodrtda ot all J.he various sladesof opin
ion upon the subject of slavery with the hope
that every one wonld find In tbe dish some
nuTitl that would suit Lis own particular
' Consistency was sacrificed to variety. . Well!
variety , is eaid to be the spice of lite, and it
most certainly is the type .f modern Democra
cy. Perhaps the inaognral was fishioned afcer
the model of the Cincinnati platform, not with
a ''heart for every fate," bnt with a face for
every fortune. . It was doubtless intended to
be a sort of phantasmagoria, with sliding scenes
which wonld represent all subjects whether
from beaveu or from hell, at the option of the
sudience, oramagie mirror in which every
looter would find reflected something akin to
hia own opinions. Lou. Jour.
HEW G0OL3, JUST EECEIVED!
K have now la asor tha largest and best aisortad
stock of etpl aad fanei DKT KOMI'S thatwa hav
aver bSr offer4 ia Mils auartel. ts which wa la vile the
particular attention of city and country SMretaoU.
ALSO, NOW l. srour,
a large stocV of Beady Mads Clothing of t a aeatast styles,
and of the very best qualities. . .
ill Cum of Paonam Ilata. Laabora llata, Palm lists; ftaa
Soft fur Hals; gin tiaaj &11K aonnesa ; titi tjse Boo
nets; Buys', iiuttg', sod Iolaa' llata, Caps, 4.
91 eaaes of Boots and Hboes, aasoHcd kinds, br Bering as4
II AUD WARE AID CUTLEtlT,
' A large aa t well selaeird Una f Hard-War.
A 1 ' aaov tiaoda will ba a44 aadar lha aaarkst writ
lor and pnHBiit fear-asaath'a pft. Oiva a
haaoe at 70a ; wa ahaxga aolhicg hr sbowin yo lb rmrfc .
saarla. , - TaAHL B L'JCl .
1 iiituAu ntci:T ukidusuVtuch.
I will sail th s momins at the Own- housa yard la w
eash. aw waaa It and 11 'doer, nra sataaa PsiST.
Iwawa Srocx. Im.iH K. . C LASIX'S. Aw
FEZSH AESITALS-LASIES' riXE 0AITZ2S.
? - - joun HA.nAor,
4J, Collefe Itraat,
Oaitff. S aa4 VVoot Ld : r r
-t Im Aid an" ftvswh Mtroeow IMi ,
m liswl 8. p.rr, insamai;
, ( , 1 ! - boots ;
M ftt$ aad Cblldraw'a SHoea, Qaiiers, aad Kh'pwra, to
whk:a 1 pcc'j1: uiriM lha alKaii-Ji t-I aas tsnssers
and lha ltt'j!.. (aarU) - . . JOU3 KAitAisV
4 Ik sana; I tssi y ( 1 0, whs har ha4swaa ga
fji. daaly U'icht ewy tua ( ! recently dir
eafwrwS la th aWcawiioa ot a asoa laat, a ratawdy that
aaa paraaoUj rator4 ha hair to tla ternar cor. 8a
wilt imptrt thta lavaiamftia saerat ts any sws aa nt.pl
si li t ad pataw efcusfx wMbMt farm fat af rvi (br
sbaa lt aatifcisi a4 ba.0iUog lho we bar bea
Ai.iM Maa Arabail Maraa, ear of BarJ. Jtan, Kssj ,
Xw lort City. - - ' -1 - as
. CiUniGE ar.ED.
AWCVnrrX fraaa mrply f Praas Bead aal r.t Daleh
Cabbaa tti Uus a4j,rwcsnr and fcr sia at whv-
to!ai.4it.a Uy Aa.&a AJi A IUUU.
March i. ' - . : .
,'. lif-rnnH till stETD. :
tsCJUKU B'ds.Orasa --t, f xlcl tih, jt
rwo.v4 ad ft aUa kw ky
, swa&-i. m sai 11.
. far .nsrhl.
A J at fciAJifc. U""".
IkjJjmW eMhl . A. L t U.
f "ITTXT J4CS Tit I1LE-I a a K. I
iV j.. i, s ft.it i f t- u
Mutli, 4m 1 Hw. f J
L,4.Uitp(lit'. Call at P . t ier's ia.
j imuh,,.,.., t",. , -" .faAOk.
THE GHaFEN3ER8 MEDICINES
Are welt known and eagerly sought for throughout the
whole Condneotof America.
-Never Before their introduction could any series
of popular rwaedies be found that were equal to any em-r-
geucy, that wer alwara to oe reueu on, ana were within
reach of the poorest persona !
Never Before the Grsjfenburg Pills, eould yon ob-'
tain for t5a a certain remedy tor Billions Diseased, Liver
Complaint.', Dyspepsia, Oostiveneu and Asthma.
Newer Before this fever and Ague remedy, eould
anth'ng be found that ea ed all cases of Chills and fever
for 80c ..,...- t.-
Never Before the Green Mountain Ointment was
thereto be found, for S5e, any tmmsdiace en? for Bams,
B'Bise-, Cuts, old sores, Erysiphelas, and Inn immations.
either aztereal or interna).
Never Before MrIill's TUerlne C-
tbotlcen si Palling of the Womb, and other derm
diseases found to be curable. Now. ten caies out of t!e
are eured by this med cine. ?
rjlf" If any phy.ici an' supposes lv.at this ia merely a
quark rem-?d, we would reply, that it ia prepared by Dr.
fomeroy, or Utlrs, a wealtbv and o. I pnysiciai o r ine ai
cpsthic -cho-,1 'Ut we will furnish any reputable physt
cian any quantity of It gratuitously to test its merits on his
niii'n". aod furthermore, by writing to Or. Komeroy, ne
can bjfjrnUhxl with its eompeneat paru. It is the great -
eit b'e-ing to the feaale sex that tbe scier.ee of med cine
has discovered in a century. .-
Never Hefare the Giaj'enbarg rtvsenterr Pyrop,
wis ih certain remedy for Bloody Fin, Dysentery,
Uiarrboei r Cholera now, all can oe cured in a lew hours.
Never Before U Introduction of th? Children
Paoaces, could a mother feel tbe lifeof her babe safa for a
day, while under fir years at are loathful disease aod
strong medicines carried them c ff now, this medicine cures
thvtn, en after tie doctor and nurse hiv pronounced
tnelr cares htpelesa. . Price only 5Cc v -
Never Before wav any Tonic Bitter so pionltr as
the HeiUih bitters f at cort 6c. - Why aheold the world
suffer trom Dyspepsia or Biliioui diseMea, while this simple
medicine can. at all tiues, prevent ttf
NeVer Before was any preparation ef Sarsaparilla
so powerful a that compounded by the Grasfenberg Co.
Never Before has the Consumptive's Balm found its
eqa il. How mm are there now ia life and health, who
wi ul i, ere this, have eu'ered Death's dark porta', if they
had not been recomtn-n led to uie this in preference to
many nostrums that are loidly vaunted ?
- Never Before were Piles and hundred diseaws cer
tain of e ire. We hare cer ifl ratei of perrons entirely re
lievid, after Ir. Mo't and othe- great ph.vs clans had aa
serte l that nothing but ths knife could aff ird relief
Never B-f ore could inflamed eyas and weakness of
slgrit bs cured for twenty-fire cents. The Eye Lotion
Never Before was any Book published tht contains
as much medical koowiedge aa the Graefenberg Manal uf
Hea tb, forfwenty tiv cents. It ought to be in srery family
in the Und.
Never Before hs any Almsnac been published so
valnableaa the Ue&iti Alia ante. It ia furnished gratuit
ously by all Drugifbts, and by
MACaK.VZII A BECKWITH,
A GENTLEMAN and WIFE can bs acenmmodated with
bourd, if application be made at 29 High S'reet, three
d rrs north uf Broad - It is within Sra minute's walk of
the Square, in a healthy location. A few genteel day-boarders
cau be accommodated. mli lm
Wanted to Hire
IX' R the balasee of the year. 3 NKORO BOY?, between
P the age qf 12and IS; and, alto, two able bodied MEN,
for whiob the highest prim will be paid. Those hazing
such to hire wi:l do well to call on
K. R GLASCOCK, Agent.
MIi;HIli SALT.. 1
BT vinue of seven Pi. Fas. ti me directed from the Clerk
of the Criminal Court of Davidson County at its De
cember term, 1866. I will on the 11th day of April next,
expoie to saie to the highest bidder for eah, at the Court-hou-eyard
gate, in Nashville, all the right, title, claim and
interest that Parmelia Street has in and tn a certain piece,
parcel or lot of ground, lying and being in the County of Da
vidson, State of Tennessee, and City of Nashvdle, fronting
ST feet on Cherry Street (east side thereof) and running
back to Criddle Street, bounded on the north by the lands of
Fanny Soott and on thu south by the landa of Elisabeth
Kathoone, ui on which I t there is situated a two story
house. Sale within legal hours.
J. K. EDM0ND8OS, Sheriff,
mil By B. II. CavrsiLL, Dep. Sheriff.
THE NASHVILLE PUBLISHING AND PRINTING
BOOKS for s'ibvrlptions to the Capital Stock of this Com
pany, will be op oed at the o:Hje cf A. V .8. LindUey,
No 33 College ;rwt. on Saturday, the 7th iniU, and will
cont nue open from day to day, until a sufficient sum is sub
scribed to organize said Company, as prescribed by the
Act chartering said Company.
R0LFK S. SAUNDERS,
mart tf - ' Commissioner.
P rTATOf;-li0 bids White Meahanock Potatoes,
to arrive on Ihe steiuier Rescue.
ALSO Sicki Pink Kye I'utatoes, to arrive on the
mart CARTER, McKtT A CO.
i.OVi lt S' l'.I.-25 barrels Clover Seed, to ar
rive on the Serenty Six.
UAIirKU, MCKAY t-'O.
AGE5CY FOE I0CATINO LAND WABHASTS IN
WB. STORKS will leave between the 1st and 20th of
. April next, for the urpoie of locating Lat.d War
rants and Inres'-ing m rejr in Lands and Towa Lots in the
State of Iowa, and the Territory rf Minnesota. He expects
to visit at I parts of that State and Territory and the coun
try around Laks Superior City, and he pri poses to invest
money In lands and locate warrants for others at th low
price of ten cents per acre, and at 10 percent on inveit
menUiu land and town property. All who mar desire to
engage his ecrrices, will ad ires tam at Liberty, DrKalb
county, Tennessee. This will be bis second trip to the
orth-west for the purposes abve meationed, and he
promise to give prompt and vigilant attention to all buii.
ues th it may be consigned to him.
feb!9 dWatriwlm Ban
LUTS roil SALL.
AnOCSE and LOT on Summer street, free from tax, 82
feet, with new brick home.
TwoLoison Vine street, between Spring and Broad.
A Lot en Market street, South Kaahvdle, on which Is a
comfortable hrick dwelling.
Two Lou in Kdgjfi-ld, fronting on the Gallatin Turnpik
near Cami bell's SU re.
One Lot on High street. North of Jefferson street.
Fire Lots ia Mcdarock's Addition, on College street.
Two Lots in Mctiarock'a Addition, on Summer street.
For terms.appiyto SAM'L 0 ROCKKTT,
fJ)l No. 85 College street.
TO FUEJiITUBE AND CEDAR -WAKE MANU
FACTURERS. THE subscriber, baring just arrived in tbla City with a
commlMioafrom one of the largest Piano Fort knd
Furniture Ware-rooms in th city of Memphis, inanaioua
to make arrangements, upon hboial ter.ni, wiih Manufac
turers of Furniture or Cedar-war, for a supply of every ar
ticle In thr sbire line He has, als, what ia styled the
"JT fhn I Um" in the way of labor-sarto ssvhines, to
wit: TYLER'S PATZ3T WASHING MACHINE.
This is entirely a ne article, and "ele ira the kitchen" of
vary thing berstofoie introduced In this line. H: Is now
ready to contract for the manufacture of one thouaud of
these machines, which he is desirous of having constructed
withoutdelay. A few County Rights, in Middle Tennessee,
The undersigned can be seen at Room No. ,Ci y Hotel,
tor the next Win daya, at any time before 10 o'clock A .51..
r after 6 o'clock P.M. ft. U. McDOL'Cj ALL,
febl A re.
T virtue of an attachment tu d out brfor Josiah Fer-
Faq , and la 'fent rendered in favor of H. H.
Hanm-r, against A. C. Wmn, I rhall expos to public sal
to th highest bidder for r-h, at the Court boue yard, on
thexSih of MARCH, 18'T, a certain NkiORO GIRL, named
MALIWDA, about IS year old, levied ou as the property of
said Winn, t a.i(y said atuchmaut and bs costs thereaa
Sal In iavful hours.
.. Mt . ' ' ' ' " c.D.C
REGULAR NASHVILLE AND CINCINNATI
SWAMOH, CAPT. ALEX. FRAZIER.
'PHEabor elegant and stpcibly furnl.b- jatjayjasai kv
A ed Packet, with first class aeeotn mod a- Mj si if Si
Ooos lor Paarengers,wil run reeularjy du- J ' i
ring tla season between the at or purls. IHMmin
Ths t wallow is m command of superior aod eapcrimced
olU.:ers, aud will tmit no h inorabt inducement t secure a
fair proportion of tb trad.
RIS.-EL A CLAIBORNE, Aseots,
feb9 Corner Broad and Front su , Nash rtu.
IegrTgirl m sale.
Of SATC7RDAT, th liih lnt.,I w.U offer t theh ghest
bidder for rash, a Uksly NiKO GIKL,ageJ about Id
years. mill at E. R. GLAOOCit, Agmt.
ABXCOND-UAND BU9GT. Afply at Ihiawfflo.
is. 10 -
P. II. EDWARDS, .
Attorney at Law,
Will aMad v alt bins ntrwstd U hia ear ia Booth
west Missouri, marl If
IJlock &. Bro.'
CJTASirACHS CISESf '
FKUM BT. LOCL, MO.
KC54ALL A CLAIBORNE, Agvot.
CI CASKS pur Aathraait CaL troni Prnnsy ranla,
lor sale by ImU A. HAMU.TO.X.
LaA. ft W AU U AXT S.
r WILL pay C-h for LAID WA'RkSTSat my e.
Wo. S Cherry street. Is rrj sUrnce appif t A. B.
haakiand lb!1!r J. Q. Fnl.LOw
A Hure Chance.
f ANTED A vapnaib aad ealsrpr1lir ssan, to
1 lor ate at Nattrill., Traw., as wmerat kpmm ef a
Ur AeMeriptton Boak rufottsh-.og Hoe la Philtrpbta.
tn whoc.a rar.a a eaabeapitaj lfrs B to KAJ,
UwlsarareKaatasaali(SMsrv. f parvralara, ad
dm tsox 44,fsv-aBc, ftst lstall f hlat I'au 1
. ' " .
roroi M rs.
A v;u,wu v
J. O. ROBl'ATiOX.
SAaGIlS- 10V bolts Oraagra, a f a ertW.l.rsaJ
l J. O. RijSVuS.
feb! . . Ua knavdway.
r'grSX CHA7Xl:ltS.-WlCracAers eWaCraek'.
L butiar vr.iaar, ar Ctmt kr. aw tun Ctswt (
3wgarCrackarBa4tvtryda Irmh, aa 4 fwr
J. ti. itUosl0.i,a a.sry
Jktlt And CuMCery,M rtvasy
1f tSLS ef la abvjaatre4V4 and ft salary
" ts. AuaaaTw't. ,
t fas br-ujsy. ,
. just Uccclvcil, .;
T CHAS. R. ttT0i'w COKFACTiOHAAY. alarge
iet ef ,-.weti Hmbs trog. sm, a asWW
nty !, Caw ttaim. ft sls't Al".eas ktg'Uk
Wataats. P.caH D .si U, ft-ft'r'.a, Aa k id
bp to f;it trie ta m aoia'.ry traj f ,aarMI
ni unr. rtuiif.
a pot op ia ;h. eaa.aMac
L t curt r--. a
1C cs.rsea lota," '
I r sr. 1 ' r li t
COX CH a (.).
IR'-TtRYEuriaa in! ft n't- . l!rN.it(
RAGS. I will pay 3i cents
ivi ivni vohos ana i.inen Ksga,'iw
iveredat my Rag Store on the North-east eurnerof the
Square. Woolen and Silk Ragsarenotwanted.
dee'is w. b. WdlTloiAH.
TO PRINTERS. We have
a rood Super Royal Press, near! new and
in perfect order, which w will sell at a barrain.
HAGAN & BR0.,
" Book ' Sellers' and ' Station ers
No. 39 Market & No. 6 Union St.,
LESLIE'S GArSTTE OF FASHIONS for Mareh. a splen
did number, just receive by HAGAN A Br.O ,
march J , . 89 Market and .rnionstreU.
HAKPK FOR MAECH.
HARPEI'S NEW U0NTULT JIAOAZ'-SE for March,
received by if. HAGAN A BRO.,
f b25 No. 89 Market atreet.
LADY'S BOOK, for March, Mist received by
)(rb3l HAGAN A BRO.
YANKEE 50TI0KS. for January and brury just
rcceiredby feblO HsGANABBO-
New Books ly Express.
tTENRVLYH, or Life and Ixi'tence, by Emilia Mar
ryatt.daughterof Ctptain Marryitt.
THE PUDOLEFORD PAPZS. or ilamors ef the West,
by H. H. Riley. With Original Illustrations.
THE Q7ADR00, or A Lovjr'a Adrentnr in Louisi
ana, by Oapt. Mayn Reid.
The Langhabl Ad'enturesof Mear. Brown, Jones and
Rob'nion. With Comic Enitraringa.
DON BERNARDO'S DAOOHTKC, or Lore, War and
Adventure, by W. Harrison Alnsorth.
Just receive! and for sale by HAGANABtO.,
feblO 89 Market at.
HkRPER'S Itf.W PAPKft.-7(rpw,f Weekly, a Journal
of Civilisation, first number: 500 copies ju-it received. Sub
scrip'iou received and single copiessold by
. feblO HAQAN A BRO., Agents.
THE NB T T1RK LEt)3ER, a Weekly Newspaper. Sub
scriptions received and single numbers sold by
feblO HAGAN A BVX, Agents.
Ths Stib no Ths Clocd; Or, A Daughter's Lor. By
A. 8. Roe, author of "Long Look Ahead."
Tbi Golds Lisact. A story of Life's Phases, By a
Ivoa. By the author of "Amy Herbert." In two vob.
Tan IIocsiHiLD A cat, I Dreocia. By Leslie.
KaTHia Baaaoa. A Fireside History of quiet Life.
Dobs. By a Stroller in Earipe.
"Sly Dress is splendid you bchol 1,
Biasing with tbe ruddy gold." FaST.
Naw Gnu id a. Twer.ty Months in the Ard-s.
Tbb MsacBaNT'B aso BaiKut'a Bigistkb, lai7.
Just received by Express, and for sale by
mar CHARLES W. SMITH.
A FURTHER SUPPLY OF KANE'i AR2TI0 EXPI.
DIT'ON just received by CHAS. W. SMITH,
New Sacred Music.
THE NEW CAMERIA SACRA, for sale by
CHARLES W. SMITH.
THE EOUTIIEBN HARMONY, forsaleby
CUAKIE3 W. SMITH.
THE NATIONAL PSALMIST, fjr aale bv
. CHARLES W. SMITH.
MASO.1'3 SACKkO UARP, lor sale by
CHARLES W. SMITH.
THE 8HAWM, and several other I ke popular works, for
ssleby CH A RLE.1 W. SMYTH.
THE CUCBCn PSALMIST, used by th Nrw School
Presbyterian Cnarch, a large supply fjr sa's cheap by
CHARLES W. MITH.
I have also a lot of the Christian Hymn Book 03 hand,
ml ft b a
Private Hoarding !
VFEW GENTLEMEN can be accommodated with boird
at No. 90 Lower Market street, feveral rooms, also,
fitted up and referred for transient cutom. f bM tf
$100 tt.GT7XrXT?3L !
1 AN AWAY from Decatur Furnace, in Iteratur county,
V Tennes.-ee, in July last, nur Negio, J0tl. for whose
recovery and potting In jail In this State we will pay
If taken out ol the State and sreured in Jail, we will pay
1100. We purchased said boy of Jatn-a M. Miinvll of
Nahrille,in Mar last, bald Boy weighs abut 1-5 pounds,
is coal Mack and heavy set, about A feet Inches hiith, very
DJshy hair. The only ma k recollected is the Drat Joint off
of his right or left th imh not posit re which. He talks real
African language, and seems a little 'on sue lied.
IK") Li ADAY, CIIKATHAM A CO..
feh'S Clifton Pot oOt.-e. Warn countv. Tenn
F0R THE T .UKF that lmm the lock from my stable,
scon 01 Wsdneslavnijht, lS.h insl.,and stoleabeau
t ful turned BAY HORSK. or 7 years eld; black main and
tail: no white recollected; about 153 hauda high; una r
hariDgrather a milky appearance, cameo frum ah ait some
Im inths iuc. He is a fine harness h irse, either double
or .ingle. For any information, or th rein root Ihe rnre
I will nay liberally. UfcO. C. CAMTHKLL.
valuhll' iii;sioi:ca; roit sale
WILL sell my RKSIDENCE and about thirty atrssaf
tiR.)UND,sitaatedin the beautiful village et adgeteld,
ne mile from It city of Naihrilie, and trouliog on the
ballatio Pits, Father liu i and Uobion streets. Itispreb
ablr one of th most b-uuM places ia Daridsoa aoanty,
and would mas a very desirable residocfoi agemlenaa
of fortune. It Is also well situ 1 ted to cut op intn bubdiog
lots, having abjut six thousand feet sf fronts. Mt object
in selling is to build upon a les valuable portion ol my
ton-a. Very favorabl terms wiUbivnbutb aa to price
and time. N. UuUiO.N.
(eb!9 Imdktriw Bo'o
IN sonsequene of want of stock during ihe winter months
and accident to machinery, by fire, at ooa of our prin
cipal Cotton Factor ie a, there is onljr one taoth Cotton-Cord
enough made to supply th orders hk.h I rewire fur th
artirle. 1 am dUng th be 1 1 can to supply my cnslossera.
In filling a part of the orders as thes corns, io turn; and pub
lish thin by way of explanation to those who baa farred
m with their orders. B. M UARiikTT,
Wood-War and Coriiag Dealer,
mrch3 1m Cincinnati, O.
Ha ff noli a Gardens
CHAS. MILIER A CO. bar opened th sb-iv OarshMia,
west ol th Franklin Turnpik, near th City Hospital,
wher refreshment may b obtained. asarcM
Hoar din ff House.
ryiUK undersigned ke-ps a Boarding Hons a Cedar
X str,Dstvo the Verandah Hmel. where kM ready,
at all tines, 10 a acuta modal transient or permanent
loaders at fair rates. kiiiUbUls always provided with
tba beattb market affords,
j.nll GEO. W. COLEbAHV
MEAT AHD PASTE! C00X FOX SALS 1
THE subscriber offers for Sal his womaa TKMPE, as
good aCoo, Washer and Ironer there Is In th
Plate, also understands Pickling and Preserving,
anl5 ALFA. MAClCKIZir.
' FOIl KENT.
A TWO STORY FRAME DWELLING, situated In
.A. McUavock's Addition, renta o rg fir rooma
uid kitchcnhaa Ut.lv bees used for a Boarding
ttowa for tb kanda smpler.d h Railroad Bridge
fh furnitwr la th hna can be boaght lew, aad can b
still weed forth samaparpe, aad the earn boarder eaa
a aeeurwd. A wail ia now being nut, and will eoea h fia-
shsd. Apply t w. K. sioram.ar.1.
marchS-tf Ti Coller street
E, :K. GInscocIi, ,z
Auctioneer and (Jcncral Asent
: Woald offer Ma aer vice t th ptbllr, a agent for a
' sal of
REAL ESTATE, NEGROES
or tbr spt of pr pert y, eft a-r la town rowntry. Be
ing determined te derate my lime to th abov baalnesa,
and having had considerabl prienc,I 8attr nyself
ht I can gira satisfaction to thus wfcomsyfarer snaln
:hat l'-. I eta always b frond at the CoanUug kVOBi
iftbe "Patriot Offie," "bre,i asv afcas ,Mitu
cleft. I wniaiaoa-.lei.d lth lof
Dry Good, Grocerie Wc. -
march t,leST. " ;
OR. SUTHERLAND S.M A YFIELO
: 3 aa laca trdttheeltyfNashvi)ttprrt)rhta pr'efo a
OCice, 27, Chcrrjr Street. .
IbblO Isa. ...
CARPENTER AND BnLbr. R. rpc'-.furty aeancs to
a be aitaenof aafcnu. that tl aow hwaVsd ea tb
aora.r Chare sal ttuaew strr a, eppaait. U St.
Cioad Uoiel, whrr k is rrpard to axecutvail HMef
Jarpwtitrrs and Joiner's Wor. l ora, Maah an B:iai,
hair Ca's,Vhw Caaaa, ilKe Ceaas, F il et Blra,
. JoWsgaad AceWng(AfrBptiy MhswAcd to.' .
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t uiicumiv Krt latisprtBgky Dr. at c. . y
, a. rssir aas r. k. maairr, sui aats in SM J' r--
a e ssikMowtb FraasMi Pk, at a Far s
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1'IIE CUTAKItON a valsjabt rstfy o wrl
leg aad bmtf,ig tit ar, firrwg II ! pestisr
air aad fls .-. ar4 sH ktrrf k.aoly.
To having reh. stisT Hair, ! y r
noTs tha objctia r aif ibfwoaw'wetiww
tu varnata Uhj A 1m, I avaaorua tk-a vaK
abl eip hr rrmto Frevk w, Hfs aad p
UsMhsalhs kin. tb. w1 w ui st i
a, part ad th Lnld dial tor lb ssa J
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Tom Hoore'slife Complete
X. T. Berry & Company
ITA TE JUST KECEl TKD
MEMOIRS, JOURNAL" AND CORRESPONDENCE
THOMAS 31 0 ORE.
KDITFD HY 1.ORD JOHN RrS.ELL.
2 vo:s. roysl S rocloih-
- " - OjinioBg ef tha Prrti.
"Who has not heard rf torn Mrore, tacIrUh rf ? - To
all who have ever read U fopclar Jlelcdies, this Bw work
will prove exceedingly intereatiog, peciaHy th autobio
raohy of th Poet, from his earliest recollecf'ona fo mb
heod. We heart. ly re ommend It." X '. Courier.
"Thimas Moore Is the Iat ef thegreat poets that fimr
Ishedin the krgicnirg tf the century. A biography,
ab"y written, ipb.i te esger'y rerght f er. Thpubli
are g eat y indebted to the Messrs. Appleten R the eheasi
and elerant Kancer in which thsvoaveisaoed it," X T.
- This work has been mech Iccted for wl.h Interest by
th admirers of the sweetest bard of modern time. Tb
cew work has not disarpiin ed nt. The sparkling wivweity
of Moore's letters w n recommend 'hem aa mde) Of style
to thn who a m at emli-enc ia epistolary aoircapaBd
enee " A bany KfQitUr.
" Erery one who h is ths !ea?t taste fi elejaji: Jlteratn-
wil) at onr proccrs a. copy ef toe w ar k. nC?.arU' v a
" ft arem' tn us that Lord Jon Russell has prepared a
very creditable wcrk indeed. H vidVntly vale red upon
ft ronarr-e. and has, we think, pursued it te th ead with
BJelity, enthusiasm and lecuraey." British Colon iti.
The work has tw feat attractions on on th tobiect
-the other the d tor. But one raonut look into It without
seeming that it answered the highest ezpeetatiora that
eould be Trgitimaie'y formed of It. Th work win, of course,
be a gem in the literature of the day." AUxiny Argii.
" That is edited with ability, the nam nam of England
great statesman Is a guaraiy." jV'. T.ChurtAma. , .
"Moirr'i Life, by Riael', p'esnti a strklng picture ef
English life, such as cam witMo th observitloa and ex
perience of the pot L"- - SonHcrtt C'lr&iai AJtaeaU.
M TFe seen the m'rnti, faeetia, t e-lera, f on of th
most verratil'?, r uptuous and meloleous bards who ever '
sang. Ui Intima-ies with all th geiiuses of the day,
whether thry were poets, artists, or stateamen, and the
naivete with which he honestly rattles away, about every
thing in hi -own literary life, or his social either, in which
latter we can but be amosaJ at his boa virant propensities,
hare in hia style of narrating them much mor of a charm
foros than we generally finJ In the private life of men ef
genlut, even where tb curain is as decorously drawn asid
aa wa find It here."-ifiriy Eudgrt.
XV T. IX. A Ca. have also on sale
THE EGLIII KDtTION rF MOORE'S LIFE A!f!
CORRE-OPOSDFXCE, In 6 vols. 13 mo., cloth
Napoleon at St. Helena.
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KAPOirOS" AT ST. HI1I5A; or, Interesting A nee
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ng the Five and a Half Tears of hia Captivity. Collected
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Antommaccht.and ethers. Py John C. Abbott. With Il
lustrations. 1 voL, 8ro., cloth. ,
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human Knowledge seemed a'lke fan il'ar to his rlrantie
mind. Hiccoertion- at S:. Ucleoa.aealtrred'thruoeh
the nora.r aa and rotanvm u memorials of those who
Ii-ane1 them, are replete wit.intenet interest.
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arity nh those prot. onj thcugMs, expreared wiihsa
much glow of feeling and energy ol diition.
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MONTFfOLOK'S HIST0ST OF THECAPTniTT
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TIOT. Orolr with Portraits. febIS
, - . Chauc?ry Sale. r
I7f eompliaoc witb a dec re. of lb Ohenowrw Court at
Nehriile, at th Nor-mber Term, 1 C. la lb ca f
Albert Drvyfors et als. by so., nr p-trtt, 1 shall, n th 4th
day of April next, xooa fot puolic aa t th hlshsst
Md4r, at th Court yard Gal, to il itr, th following
drsciind lot or parrel of Land lying on tho North aid of
Lica "rarjrh, being oart of Lot N. at to Bawb A Wkitud's
Ad.iit r te Maakviile, aid bounded as follown Cw:oo
itM at A. L. Samuala' puket fnce and running lo tt aid
H-k branch, and tben.'e runn n- wuK th meander ef said
biaich doaa uuwm In a slat half-way btwea Cherv
and t'odeaw street-, thence oa a line half-way between said
streets (atxt is I svtiM Irsi with thea both! IS) a p at
al rgt isrrrt with the ir!nulng,th'nee la a straight Una
to ib -g on nt . Taer iaone or mor tenements on said
sjropvrtr.n mor Bir?l4?ar dcecriptloa of which will be
giro o t day of sal. : . j
TilJ -Or aad ts jars,with n4e well swmradaad
a u rtaiaoV: 1 ttMK-i . C. D. 1UUEM, Q. A M.
. .. CHA5CEBT SALE. - . - "
BY virtef adrcrroof ts Chancery Crr.aWaahvi'.kt,
f Its Ua term, li4, la tho ea of Jane Wiiliamrwi
alava. Karan t. Jordan et al. I will, oa Ihe list dav f
Marrh O'lt. th. Court yard Gat, In said eity, expos
for Baibdc s:, t tb hlshest bidder, a Latin Hack A
Whiteside's Addition, de cribed aa follows: betdnomsat
th corner of tine and Craaf.ird strr eta, thence along Yin
street feel to Lnrktiart's comer, theure with Leekkart't
Hn one hoodr.4 feel to a slake, thrnc by a lin IhreBgb
said lot 15 fret to a suae on Crawford strt, tbeoc with
tt lin ef Craw ford street on bandrsd feet lo th beg n
T . Fa!4 p 'op cTty wl:t sold oa aeradit f siw.oir
and twvlre months, Notes wUsoord an a lien retaiaed.
trbu-tj . . - . c i. turn, C. A M.
BYvtrloe fa decree of the Chancery Cotrt, at Hash
vi le, at Ita !eojbwe rerwi, la 1 be r a ef 1a'-
ha VI. Wrati vs Nicholas Knigit aad eth.r., I will, th
iH-.adsvof March neat, at theCoortJaid Cat, ia said
Hiy.x-o- tor pahiie sale, to Ihe hit hst bidd.r, a tract of
Laed,ilMtd in C'xathaaaaMatv.bfMaoafi tbeeatirt
f -, Win, lc"d, oo amieg bur hundred aud
Ihtrvj acre. sar.e less. - - 1 - "
Tsaaa- Foaraadais moaiha credit, Bnl wrisewrtd
and a Ilea r:ind. . , C. D. BRIKN.
fcb44 Clerk waster.
r BALE OF TALTJABLE FBOFIBTT. .
X conpl ane wuh an r.ir or i t"rn
Tpswi of Hoof on Ce-.ir. tta FwrarTen.
tT ,k.,.Urri( r"s Beir. y tnrrguara an.
Jae A. Pat s.!l Uoa. aad Lot, I will etNr tor sa'S
a sJOIlAV, b y wf April nest, (keiog Co-rajf
SMal aud wt' -rck How... wwH nw tw Holry.
and nit?h- be i M h-'aa bous r prt a e rs-ideace;
roatarmi Ik rt.aa rM, eellara. An. On tbaUtareatl
MM.ary ul oiid:Dga, te-. srawsre, tardms. It
-.cpy w U k d o a rd t of , ta and thre
ssw.ab alsfo a.
Tw. 4 rittN wffl
rarJ - lb 4srehser
aid a hen retained a th
ptvfrti boBI peal w
Caaa f f eoataof sale 1 advance.
102 lAli, BEST 0B EXCHANGE I0S CITT
. . FECPrSTT. - ...
' A SMALL FkRX. aadar a good .dsr
& tmc. I " lrm '' I
a l 4esiJl Piss, aJsoieing Capt.
t- j,a. aaiia,',otlumt I H aer lv
a.wesia. rra Ci 11 Ja wti 4 rceeaa, SIlob,
r Mcisa, stasias , baggy H ,. For fariber par-
TVV' . AtU. aVkIofca,
. roa sale.
This tract 1 haitri4v ai'aaled aa lb k. C.JL.
til 'road 1 1 !? frat Nar-n:le. and ia kaown to b ui
v.ry ri isad is K'hf"rd roty. KQ acrr bs
aJe'r ft-ur as 'y in eu:iif.ia; th kal.ee
wed livtxrrt,. 11 areata l'tl ruaa tiiruih lb aur
trs i .rvi it eaabn!a!J-l wa'rr ihelr" --oa.
There ar al a oaa-txr rreti rprlaica, s!i oh sasa
It a ar dr J!w iak Farm. T!t tud U rwh arKa(h le
fesA ht ft,aad adapted t ah growth of ttw.
rroaa. ail eewvto, I . barn, atabl, rto.
TV, Ht'ltar w.U b I BaaBaU. a , A "111
UM pi wait S sh--B th "ifZ
r -i.H.,. tern, rv,,; resn
Cort dar.) ia th l" v a J" -""
Teeneaae a '" " - r-""'.
t.hle Tavern W ' vr.W kaewn as th
SPBIM.m L' H't' L. 1lL'lsilaiiid tb aertb-
. .-a as . atroetr. I aol 1 S aerra.) Th Howsr In a