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DAILY 58. TRIVWEEKXY $5: WEEEXY $S
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SHITH, CAMP & CO., Proprietors,
ir. nr. siitii, Editor.
Office JVo. IS, t i t t Deealertck Btreet.
.... Speaking of Chicago, Governor Mstteson io
his late message ease: "Four yenra ago, accord
' inr to the bet e-stimatre thst could be made, her
commerce did not exceed f 20,000,000, "and that
was then considered a very liberal estimate. Now
It will undouMeJly reach f200,000,000. ' The Im
portance cf the great thoroughfares across the State
can bar llj be over-estimated. From the extreme
northern to the extreme southern eectiona they are
etretched out like great arms to embrace the pro
ducts of the West and conduct them in safety to
their more eastern destination."
.... Ever tLingin the Burdell case seems to be
enveloped in mystery and difficulty. The public
Administrator, says the N. T. Mirror, who hrs
charge cf 31 Bond street, baa applied for an order
to tell tbe furniture, col'ect rents, pay necessary ex
pense, Ac ; and thus far the case is put off from
. day to day. This morning, Miss Augusta Canning,
bam appeared before the Surrogate, praying to re
main in the house until tbe 1st of May, claiming
that ber mother holds a lease of the house and fur
niture until that time. But in the lease found among
Dr. Burdeil's papers, the lines including the letting
of the furniture are erased ; and Mrs. Cunningham
cannot produce ber corresponding or duplicate
copy, so tbe matter stands .over until to-morrow,
when the question of tbe marriage comes op again.
In the meantime, tbe aiia Cunninghams, and their
Tittle brothers, occupy tbe third story of the Bond
street house, while the lower part is kept locked
op, with the exception of a room used by tbe depu
ty placed there by tbe Public Administrator. Few
crimes have involved more suffering than this; and
as some innocent parties mast be greatly wronged,
the aooner the case is finally disposed of tbe better.
Tbe younger of the Cunningham boys is said to be
one of the brightest and handsomest little fallows
Id the city; and bis sisters intelligent and accom
plished young ladies. If innocent of all complicity
ia this, terrible murder, they are entitled to oar
warmest sympathy in their afflictions.
.... Tbe entire American ticket was elected at
Niagara Falls on Tuesday, by an average majority
of thirty over tbe combined opposition.
.... Private letters from Monrovia, dated tbe
12th of January, state that a serious difficulty bsd
occurred at Cape Palmas between the colonists and
the natives. Two large native villages, situated on
the verge of the Cape, and several dwelling-bouses
belonging to tbe colonist?, bad been destroyed. Of
tbe colonists, only one death is mentioned. Tbe
natives lost several. It is also stated that Mount
Vaughn mission station, with its school-houses, was
destroyed. These belonged to the Protestant Epis
copal mission, under Bishop Payne.
. . . Another horrible murder took place in New
York, on tbe morning of the 12th. A white wo
man by the name of Ann Uopkins was found with
ber throat cut and quite dead, in the alley way of
Worth street. After a strict search, and upon in
formation which was received,' blood was traced
from the locality of tbe dead body, through the al
ley to the rear building up to the 4th story of same,
and into the room of John Dorsey. There were
pots of blood upon the floor and on the basin
where Dorsey washed his hands. The murdvred
Woman was a miserable creature of dissolute habits,
and a prostitute, whose home for some time, bad
ben among tbe negroes of this locality. Dorsey
was arrested as the perpetrator of this murder. Be
is a St Domingo negro. The Corouer'a Jury have
disposed of the case and committed the negro Dor
sey to the I xmts for trial. '
.... Dates have been received from Rio Janeiro
to tbe 21st of January. The United States frigate
St. Lawrence g.ikd !or the river PUtte on the 14tb.
Commodore Forrest, Captain UuJl, with eight otb
r officers, not having been formally presented to
the Emperior, called to see Lis Majesty in free
and easy way, and were well received. Many Bra
zilian naval officers vi-ited the St. Lawrence in re
turn. Don Pedro was very well disposed towards
our countrymen. The new steamer Teutonia, the
first of tbe Hamburg line; bad arrived from Souih.
ampton. It was thought that government would
encourage tbe proposed line of steamers from Rio
to the United States. The state of the coffee mar
ket ia not reported.
.... Tbe brig Edward, of Faint George, and
bound from Cardenas for Baltimore, was lately
wrecked in a severe gale off Cape Uatteraa. Tbe
Edward, together with ber cargo, consisting of mo
lasses and coffee, will prove a total loss. Her car-
go was valued at $50,000. Insurance not known.
.... A Washington letter says. "Tbe rule an
nounced by beads of departments to subordinates
is, that removal wi.l not be made without cause.
Beads of bureaus were notified to communicate this
determination, to relieve clerks from anxiety. Mr.
Cobb has added to the present causes of dismissal
that of dealing In lottery tickets aad frequenting
gaming bouses. lie has also required the Board of
Examiners sitting on applications for clerkships to
make their investigations rigid and not nominal.
Four years' service in important places Is regarded
by the rrcsidtnt as furnishing a reason for change,
whether tbe couimiss'ona be expired or not.
" ' .... Something new was Iear ;eJ by the engi
neers who bad charge of the Erit locomotive run
upon the railroad la Chili, South America. This
was, that there li water whoso boiling ia quite as
much a process of making stone as one of genera
ting steam. Tbey were astotiiahed to observe the
. difficulty of getting up steam, wiikia week after
tbe engine was put on the road. Tbe machine soon
became nearly useless. Oa examining, a deep de
- poette of stooe, bard enough on its tower aiJe to
scratch gltes, was discovered upon the side and
bottom of the boiler and arouod its place. Tests,
chemically ssplied, showed that it was composed
of magnesia, carbonate of lime, and earthy matter;
and subsequent observation proved that tbe water
of the country deposited this substance in steam
boilers at the rate of a quarter of an inch a week.
Distilled sea water bad to be substituted. .
.... It is said that Cotntn odore Tanderbilt lo
teuda to establish line between New York and
Liverpxjl, on bis own book, etnen without any aid
from govererueot iu carrying tbe mails. Tbe un
fortunate loae of tbe Collins steamers Arctic aad
Pacific, and the del attending the preparation of
the Adriatic, by which ihe fame of New York baa
been thrown somewbst In tbe back ground, is said
to have induced the enterprise.
.... Waehiuglou's farewell address, In bis own
hendrighiing baa 'not been stolen from the gov.
verauient aa stated. The government never own
ed it, and It U in tbe possesion of J as. Lennox, of
New York who pid 20t0 for it al tbe aoetien of
, the effeeta of CI j pool a, who was jroveromeBt
printer at the time it wee printed.
.... A new political party has been started in
Canada, proposing to make broad eweep of old
buses. The leaders propose lo do wy with
much executive patronage to begin witW. Every
parte, baa done this ia Canada for tbe last thirty
year a, aod every party ia Eaglandfor tbe Uat three
hundred, but all ending In .creating frees offices,
and filling them up with foot coeaiss sad retainers.
fJ7A man named Cbapat, alias Dorsey, has been
forging papers in St. Louts. Be secured the en
dorsement of Ladew 4 Peers on draft for $1,
100, nod escaped. The next day (10;b bat) des
patches reached Si Lonie Irosa New Terk that be
bad a! a J oommUtei oe;ariee la that city. Be baa
family at Betot Eooge, aod was educated in Su
Louis, though reeently cmpleyed by Coaaert Sons,
v New York.
.... James EhielJs killed James Toney la Dal
ton, Gs., Uat Eatuiday night, Shields is about 11
y.ers of sga. Touey leave wife and threw Ui
dren In destituli eiiCsmeULwew. No farther parti
WEDNESDAY, HAE.CH It, 1857.
. . .-w-rl
Ira P. Jones. Esq., having purchased
an interest in the Patriot Office,' will, from J
this date, be connected with tbe paper as
, t, tAM vr-
one of its Editors and Proprietors.. Mr.
J. is a gentleman of decided ability, a fine
scholar, and a ready, fluent and graceful wreo,--ana it ponibie taken. vt jstn un
' ... ... ' 1 natural, for the barrema Coart has tafcen
writer. We regard bim as a yaiuarjie ac-
cession to the list of American Editors,'!
and predict that the day is not far distant
v . . ...
when he will hare attained an enviable po-
sition amongst them. .1
AUt.tl.n .saln.t tle Supremo Court.
uov.Anarewjonnsonnas, tor years past,
entertained the opinion that the Constitu
tion of the United States should be so
amended as to limit the term of service of
Judges of the Snpreme Court to twelve
years, retaining the appointing power in
the hands of the President,
It is contend-
ed in opposition to this proposition, which
hia excellency has on two occasions urged
upon the favorable consideration of the
State Legislature, that it would result in
breaking down the independence of the Ju
diciary, which should be removed as far as
possible from the effects of popular agita
tions, and make them mere creatures of the
appointing power; and, in case the Presl
dent should be inimical to the South,
might injuriously affect the constitutional
riehts of the Southern people. That there
is force in this objection no one will deny,
in view of the late contest for Presidential
nominations, the result of the election in
the free States, and the present condition
of affairs in the black republican camp
Happily the Legislature did not respond to
the Governor's proposition, preferring to
let the Constitution remain unaltered. But
Gov. Johnson is ambitious he aspires to
higher stations than those he has already
filled, and it is not likely that he will per
mit his darling project to "sleep the sleep
that knows no waking."
But, Gov. Johnson is not alone in his
radical notions. There has been a large
party in the North in favor of altering the
Constitution as he proposes; And now,
the Supreme Court having decided that the
Missouri Compromise wa3 unconstitutional.
and affirmed the right of the slave holder
to carry his slaves into the territories and
to hold them there as he would any other
description of property, Congress having
no power to deprive him of this right, a
sentiment of deadly hostility to the Court
is in the process of development in the
North. The N. Y. Tribune proclaims that
the decision is entitled to no more weight
than that of so many persons in a Wash
ington bar-room that it was dictated to
the Court by the bowie-knife. The Boston
Chronicle says it is a "great misfortune that
the Supreme Court cannot be got rid of as
easily as Cashing" that "a majority of Us
memoers are as ukeat scoundrels as ne is,
and that is the worst as well as the truest
thing that can be said of them." The Bos
ton Alias epeaKS ol the Judges as
men whose names are in the same cat
egory as that of Arnold, the Traitor
The New York Evening Post is equally
denunciatory. Inflamed by their hatred of
every thing which they cannot use in their
treasonable war upon the constitutional
rights of the South, and by such denuncia
tions as these, black republicans are now, it
appears, preparing to organize a party in
opposition to the Supreme Court to ef
fect, if possible, an amendment of the Con
stitution limiting the tenure of office of the
Judges to twelve ycara, and to make the
ermine a prize to be wrestled for before
the people : and this, for the purpose, ulti
raately, of reversing the decision which now,
for the first time, enunciates authoritative
ly what are the rights of the slave holder
under the Federal Constitution
Now, against Gov. Johnson's and this
new propaganda, we protest alike. Both
are the offspring of a restless spirit of agi
tation and agrarianism, which cannot be
productive of any but unpleasant and in
jurious results. Extremists, anti-compro
misers, radicals, republicans red, and re
publicans black, and all others who de
spise the work of tho wise and sagacious
statesmen who framed our institutions, may
attempt to break down the Judiciary to
destroy the respect and reverence with
which the nncorrnpted masses regard them,
and to impnrt the most perfect instrument
ever produced by uninspired man. But,
what will tho conservative people of both
sections of the country do? We believe in
the South they will reject every proposi
tion to tinker with the charter of our lib
and we trust that, after the cxperi-
ence of the past year the display of kna
?erT and corruption by tho neirro-worship
r w v a
pcrs ia their Kansas crusade the great
body of the people of the free States will
set their faces against them also. The time
has now come for the good and honest of
all parties to turn their thoughts upon an
abandonment of slaTery acitations in erery
shape and form. Let the decision of the
ouuv - -
Suprcme Court Stand as the law of the
land, and let slarery, in its own way, and
under the guaranty of the law, work out
iu own destiny, undisturbed by the ratings
of fanaticism, or the wiles and intrigues of
The TTaxKiroBK. Tbe TVuhlrgton correa
pondent of the N. Y. Tribune says
Mr. Buchanan explains hU reappointment of
expired eoinmisiooa in Ttnneasee on tb
ground that tbey Lad been previonaly nomina
ted by Mr. Pierce, aod tb reoorniuation act
was designed as a courtesy to h ltd, and doea
Dot affect the principle f rotation. Oo mar
shal io that Slate was decapitated. Tbe Post
master at Nashville was confirmed to-day.
T Aaaaai OytarLowa. The Little
; VUtct Democrat of the 7lh last sayc
' We regret to learn that there hat been caoch
' damage done by the high water, to the plan
tation of iXA. Jam Smith, Floyd Smith,
!mM Ikr U'.AIU :n Xfit.-r.all and cthera.
wj - -
The levees at tLe two first named plantations
have broken. The river U falling here, and
eewe from Mawpnia, reporta the Misiiaslppi aa
f;liug there. We hear of so eerioos damage
done, above line UlaS. There have beeo, aa
a metier cf course, horaee, cattle aod log
drowned at roaey (laces above and below thta.
We true! the waters will fall bek into their
propr chance!, la time to make a crop every
wbare. He treahet of Feb. 1&7, will give
caw comers eotne correct idea of the overflow
leg eapeciiie of our river, when it takea a no
tion to iprt&d itaelf la earneet.
. , From the , New York Express.
OraniziBraParlr against I he Supreme
Court of the United States
It ia very evident. that Kansas haying
ceased "to bleed.' and thus to furnish ali-
ment for t,,e Northern Geographical Sectional
P.rt .ht nRrfr . ' ha 4i;reCted
against the decision of the Sopretne Court of
the Lotted State,- rather tongli piece of
pramte to batter, a sooA deal tougher than
P(e8ident Piercet or PreS)ident Buchanan,
but nevertheless, Gibraltar is thus to be bat
frotn t!l5(4 RepBbl:can pflrtV it8 verJ and only
foundation, and declared it nnconstitotijnal,
any, us very " J
d it nnconstitutunal, .
ai,d Psrtr tobe ? nneonHtitouonai party,
ana hence, we av. its mdirnationn natural.
yt not SQr Tins f, r U9 to hear suoh or;
gans as the Tribunt rave, and rant, and roar.
and call theCourt ua Washington liar Kooin,
"r""" :-.r n.Vnr.li;
Ittr-.HT UIDai'lfVlaJtillClll IVA mj
give vent to suoh a vocabnNry of slan?.
We are. however, a little enrprised, and
yet not ovr much, to learn, that what calls
itself "a Republican Party" means to organize
itself, aa a party, againt a It gal decUion
cf the bitfhe6t eppreme tribunal of the Repub
lic, surprised, because such an organization
cannot lone carry with it, the intelligent and
legal mind in that party, and only its hot-
head, fools, and fanatic, the discussion or. ,
tbe principles of tho Supreme Oonrt decision'
is one thing and we have all a right to discosa
them, and to scold about them, but under our
f.jnn of Government, we have no right to
repudicte, or to organize parties to npaet de
cided lawc Law is law, whether welike it or
no, and obedience to law is a christian, mora),
and political doty.
Whatever may nave heen, or are our own
opinions of the decision of the Supreme Coart
and what they ar,' our readers well know,
we mean to obey it, and to advise the publio
to obey it, because it is law, and because it
is comes from the highest tribunal on earth,
frm which there is no appeal but to arms.
Ave mean to support ita processes', its decreep,
its officers, and to advise all -others to support
them, for we know of no appeal from them;
short of civil war, and we can see no possi
ble good in resistiugthem, but on the contrary,
every possible evil.
when this Government wa9 farmed, a Su
preme Court of the United States was created
to judge and decide, not only between man
and tnaD, but between State and State. Tbe
wiae trainers of that instrument foresaw that,
in the conflicts of power in the Federal Con
stitution, cases would arise developing, not
only men's passions of States and section", to
the ntmost, which could be settled on no
political arena, but most be referred for decis
ion to some high court, made np of men tx
exempt from all party temptations by the ten
ure of their cilices, and likely to be exempt
from passion or prejudice by their age, and
that, on earth, must be the court of last resort.
This Court, thus constructed, has often, from
tbe days when Oliver Ellsworth presided over
irt d.wn to our day, run into conflict with
popularity and passiotja, and resisted them,
lor it was not created to be responsible to the
People, but to be independent of and above,
the People even the master and ruler of the
People. Ileuce the People have no power
over the Tribunal, when once it is created.
The President that named to the Senate, the
Judge?, cannot remove tbein. TheSenatecau
not touch them, without an impeachment by
the House of Representatives, and then two
thirJs of tbs Senators must conour in the
conviction. The Judicary thus constituted
and thus independent has the augut duty
of expounding tbe Law?, the Constitution,
Treaties, all cases affecting Ambassadors,
esses of Admiralty and Maritime jurisdic
tion, &c, and what they decide to be the
Law under the Constitution, is the Supreme
Law of Tns Lexo, and what is against the
Constitution, they have a right to nullify and
abrogate, or rather to declare not to be Law
"ANTTHINO IS THE CoNTSlTCTIOS OB LiWS
oy ant Statu to tub oontkabt mot withstand'
iAU. tat I Ull'. awJOW sffU.I
vA ...in Sr.m'r'nnri w. p.p.
not make war, neither "we, the people of the
United States " who made the Constitution,
nor we, tue ixortnern reopie. wnat tiie ui
ble is, in tbe Christian world, the Constitu
tion is, in t'ie political world, with this au
dition, thai the Supreme Court or the United
Mates it its authoried and rightful expounder.
We can rebel I V e can wage civil war. lit
volution is an undoubted right of man, with
a!! its conseqaences. Resistance to Tyrants is
obedience to God. but Jet bun step tartli,
who dare unfurl that banner 1 Let bim leaU
out Lis party.
From the Union aad American
Nashville and Chattanooga Itailroad.
The publio will be glad to learn the prosper
ous ouodi.iun of this important road. Its great
success should give a proper stimulus to similar
enterprises now going on throughout the
Through the politeness of its efficient Presi
dent, Col. Stevenson, we have been furnished
with tbe following table?, showing tbe receipts
for the winter months of December, January,
and Februaty, for the last three years, lrom
which it will be seen that .the receipts from
freights have been doubled in that time, and
that for passengers nearly so
IS 674 6i 18,803 95
Fe binary ...
4i,13l Ti iS,m bt
.J0.KT IT 13,797 61
, U.v'i M 14,74187
. fc2,07 29 18,8s 2 68
(.349 99 67,819 83
. 17,976 48
6,849 99 1U8.470 81
...Si 467 10
.. .41,717 14
r.O 843 91
84,823 1)9 CiCJ 71 6,219 93 143,043 10
VtOkT CaKROBEBT THINKS OF lIoOM. It U
well known that the gallant soldier is a great
favorite with the ladies.' At the TuilUriea
bal', one of tbe numerous assailants of his
heart, the Marquise de 1', had been watch
ing, with trident anxiety, Lis approach across
the ball-room toward where ahe was seated.
Her emotion became visible as he drew near
nd she sj read out to a greater extent the al-
ready exorbitant ekirt of her dress, which with
tbe aid or bouiiini, flowers, crinoline and
flounces, filled the whole ot the bench, bu-y-ing
beneath its ample folds two or three ot her
less rtsolote neighbors on either side. After
a few of those little minau Jeries for which the
Marquise is remarkable, and one or two killing
glance into the (Jeneral'a face, seeing that his
attention was attracted by ber toilet, she ex
claimed, with an affected lisp, "Weil, Mare-
I ehaL what do you think of my dms to-night?
3 . . a t a- a.
vaorowri, wnn . smue
. i ,QrTer.p,j with n r,t rov-
j ing ll0d, its vastexpacae, "I cannot but admire
it, for it recalls to nend the dearest touttnir of
uy soul." JndeedP exclaimed the MsrquUe,
ber ceontenance brightening, and her eyes ex
pressing at the same time a.'l the varied emo
tions ot Lope, delight aud surprise, to which
the remark had given ries "and bow svP
"V by, it reminded me, the moment I entered
the room, both iu iu extent and shape, of uiy
tent in the Crimes."
13F" The XivUied Mtgtin commeoJs iron
buls-beadi for wooden steamers, aad it lo stale
that tbe pUalitig of a ihip Is lis mala safeguard
from founJering. Iron pIsUS bave an immense
aJvantag over woodaa plaoke Tor the ousiJ cov
ering of ship; their edgea can be made eitb flsoj.
a fining song); lute on another; and which wbaa
rivitad, maks.tike whole ball llgbt aa a staam boil
er, an J far more of a bomogtueoia whole than il
ia possible te make lbs hull of a limber vssL Tbe
London JTmimf Jtwr&l stales that Jo ha Neilsoo,
a Glsagow ecgiaatr, Uaul a pampltt la 1121, for
lh furmaUoa of company to bo lid ships of plate
Iroa, aod he poioled out tLU sapsrioritv to timber
built ships. Before that period be aod other haJ
heiH small Iroa vtMl fur eaaala. lie failed to
torn acoospaay, but he la!4 4awo ile keel of a
veaaal ef tbe kiad he had proposed ia bis ewa jard
b 1S30, aod cotnpUud kia UtS. TUabdtoih
ccoatnetioa ef Iroe sUamboau vary gaeeraliy la
Ekodaad, aad with aaarked aeeea.
.... Geo. Copway, the Chippewa Chief, ha
gt a to Xkaragaa, to joio Walk' anc.
Those who lie apoe roe while joaag, are apt
te, he cpea thorn ka oii.
bt oro. d. raanTica.
My mother, t ia a long and weary time
Since last I looked upon thy aad, aveet face.
And liatened to the gentle apirit-tonea
Of thy dear voice of music. I wi then
A child, a bright-haired child. The fearful thought.
Which slowly fastened on my throbbing brain.
That thou wast passing from this earth away.
Was my young life's first sorrow. Through the long
And solemn watches of that awful night
Kind friends, who dearly lored ns, gathered round
Thy dying couch, and in my agony.
My childish agony, I shrieked to them
To save thee, mother, but with streaming tears,
And in the tones of holy sympathy.
They told me thou wooldst die.
Oh I then I bowed
Mr head to God. whose worship thy dear lips
iui Uuilht me, and to Him with bursting heart
I prayed that he would spare thee. And, as there
I knelt, a noly calm, aa if from Heaven,
, Came stealing o'er my spirit, and a voice,
As 't were a melody from some soft star,
- floated into my soul. It said that thou
Must leave me, that thy home was in the sky,
' But that thou still wouldst lore and guard thy child,
1 And horer round him on thy angel wings
i In all his wanderings her.
Mr mother, then
rose in more than childhood's strength, and watched
The fading; of thy life. Dearfrienils still hung
Aronnd tny pillow, but I saw them not.
Wild lamentations and deep sobs were breathed
From hearts of anguish, but I beard tuem not.
A man of Uod poured forth his soul in praer
For thy soul's welfare, but I heard him not.
I saw but thy wan cheek, thy parted lips.
Thy half-closed eyes, so meek and calm beneath
Their blue-reined lids, thy bright disheveled locks,
Thy pallid brow, damp with the dews of death.
And the faint bearing ol tny breast, mac on
In happy hours had pillowed my young head
To sweet and gentle slumber; and I heard
But the faint struggles of thy failing breath.
Thy stilling sighs, and the high, holy words
That seemed to toll like aew-arops on wy ioui
From out the blessed skies. All suddenly.
Thy blue eyes opened, and a moment looked
Upon thy child with one fixed, burning gase.
In wbicn tne deep ana noaruea tore 01 jcnn
Was all concentrated; a eonTulsive thrill
8ho through the fibres cf thy wasted frame;
And death was there ay, thou wast mine and death's.
And then my tears again gushed wildly lortn.
But light fromhearen broke through them with a soft
Prismatic glory, as I gazed above.
And saw thee mounting, like a new-made star.
Far up thy pathway in the heavens.
Long years, my dear lost mother, have gone by
Since that wild hour. My childhood and my youth
Have passed away, and now my manhood'a prims
If fading like a vision, lor my years
Far. far outnumber thine upon tbe earth.
This dark, cold exile of tbe gentle heart
From tbe bright home to which it longs to By,
And be at rest forever. I have seen
Much, much of joy and sorrow, I have felt
Life's storms and sunshine, but I ne'er have known
Such raptures as my full heart shared with thee
la childhood's foiry years. Now, time no more
Scatters fresh rcses roand my feet, his hand
Lets fall upon my path but pale, torn flowers.
Dead blossoms, that the genial dews of eve,
The morning sunlight and the noontide rains
Can ne'er revive again, lor tbey are aust.
Ay, dust and ashes.
Even thine image now.
The image of the lovely form, that shone
The starlight of my childhood, seems to fade
From memory a vision, i is as some paie uui
Upon the twilight wave, a broken glimpse
Of something beautiful and dearly loved
In far-gone yeara, a dim ana tenuer a ream,
That, like a faint bow on a darkened sky.
Lies on my clouded brain. But ohl thy voice,
Its tones can never perish in my soul.
It visits me amid the strife of men
In the dark city's solitude. It comes
Amid the silence of the'midnight hour,
Upon my listning spirit like a strain
Of fairy music o'er the sea. And oft
When at theiventide, amid a hush
Deep as the swful stillness of a dream,
I stray all lonely tbrougn tne leaness woocis.
And gaie upon the moon that seems to mourn
Her lonely lot in heaven, or on the trees.
That look like frowning Titans in the dim
And doubtful light, that unforgotten voioa
Swells -on my ears like the low, mournful tone i
Imprisoned in the sea-she'l, or the sound.
The melancholy sound, of dying gules
1'anting upon the far-off tree-tops.
My mother dear, though mountains, hills and streams
Divide me from thy grave, where I so oft
In childhood laid my bosom on the turf
That covered thine, though the drear winter-storms
Long, long have casto er thee their spotless surouds.
And niEht her pall, and though thy image sweet,
The one dear picture cherished through my life,
Grows dim and dimmer in nir brain, thy voice
I s ever in m v ear and in m v heart.
To teach me love and gentleness and truth.
And warn me from the perils that surround
The paths of pilgrims o er this desert earth.
Fashioxablb Dances A writer in the Cour
rier dee Eu'.s Uni;1, Baron do Trabrinud, eay
of some fashionable dance?:
It ia very true that wsltzef, polkas, redo wa..
schottishes and the rest, are all importation
from over the water. Jitit it la equally true
that the importers do not bring them from lh
fashionable circles ot rans. i hey come in
more direct lines, from certain very equivocal
hot beds ot manner, the balls 01 "Cfllaii i
and "Laborde," so well known to the demi
"For, at Paris, though there are always
young Americans enough to be seen on the
public promenades, it is very rare to meet one
in the faloons of good society. They prefer
usnally the other cla of saloons, maiuly be
cause the admission to the latter are vastly
more easy, the fict ot having plenty of money
in your pocket being no passport atthe door of
a Dutchess, and the best recommendation else
where. And these more accessible ladies are
very ready to initiate young gentlemen into
tbe mysteries of dancing. Young America,
consequently, at Paris, quite gives brain and
legs to tbe overcoming of the difficulties ot the
choregraphio art, and, with the practice ot f -male
partners that they have, it is rare they
do not become of the premiere force.
"The first thing after their return from for
eign travel, it U very natural that these ac
companied young gentlemen should initiate
some of the less favored of their countrymen
in the privileged secret, imparting to them
that is tosay, the graces that tbey hve learned
from the free and easy ladies of Paris. Ic is
from this school that emanates t tie style of
waltzing which in New York passes tor the
neplut ultra of Parisian fushiou! Hence come
thotte postures which bend so yieldingly to the
measure! those extensions of the arms like
the wings of a tornstiUl those soft cheeks
laid so confidingly on the shoulder of the gen
tleman! and those youthful beards mingling
so f eely will) the curls, ribbons flowers, or
other eoijfurci t f the lady par! nei! Of course
I any nothing of the morality of all this, noth
ing condemnatory of the waltz. I am not
clutt-footed like Lord Byron, and I have icy
self figured as a dancer. J only say it looks
very queer to one who in merely a looker oa,
those whirling couples with only their two
backs visible, and their two faces each over
tbe shoulder of the other."
There U some truth in this, and more in the
fact that there is very little difference in the
moral atmosphere of a Paria Duchess gay sa
lous than iu the publio casinos and as regard
young Americans visiting the one or the other,
it's a question if they are not all much of a
muchness, six of one and half a dozen of the
On the 17th Inst, at tna residence of J. N. Aleiander,
by the Btv. Mr. Reid, Mr. Joss W. Baij, prinUr, to Mrs
FaucitXA Jaaa Daaaia ; all of this e ty.
noyal Havana Lottery.
Tbe following numbers drew Ihe principal pr ses In the
Lottery of March Iih, 1S"T
Numbers. Pr's-s. ttnmhera. Prises.
Kill ii.ot ! ai,mo
i:n &o,o iria i,oo
)19T axjioi8. 10"rt
11840 10.000 HIT I.erO
HV9 llWfti l,(it0
IM19 ,HX) WSl 1 IKK)
IMS...- - l.WK) 1118
Tat next drawing will lass p'sea ea th Mia of March.
For particulars, see advertisement Io another eolama.
marcMS ltrwaWll DON RODRlGUaZ
REGULAR MEMPHIS PACKET-
THE Has passwnger steamer ALE.
ON A, Mux a Master, will leave
for the above and all Intermediate
ports en WtDNrhDAY, the IS h Instant, at 12 o'ciock M.
For freisjM or -passsg, apply oa boarrt, cr to
arcblB A L PATI9, Agent.
TOR PALTJCAH. " -rtHE
Bset, HM draegbl teaorl V!"-1
1 TUN JttV.aa. will toav 1r ili'J
above aod talencediata ports THl-it T t " mtlttik
DAY, 'be 13ih Inst .alio o'clock A. M. It lie h h paar
sg-. spa y en keard a. ta A. L. DAVIS,
. are r, I a Aga.
WHOLr.vtLi: aid ki:tail.
No. 30 Union Street,
AntOOKl ll Is no reewvtac his SpriBg Stock of
UUnaery eoods. II stoea being tbe larieal kept la
tie eitv, Merchant and Mi'liners wtu do wu Ucail oa aisa.
Tne pailta eaa rely npoa being hoeeslly deal. w,L, aa aa
does on In Ms own Bw. mrb M
rpHIt fa von u Jack wll retaa'n at my
X stable ao4 serve Jennets at forty
Dollar tb msaraae. tie was never In
buavaltaaadtiditka tkaa at pras
ecL I deesa ll aatteoessary ta set aar
thins ia refer aea U bis sseriu aa a brewd-
er, ttia rsewda ef ta varwes ArrweJtarai oeety fair,
wtvr he aad a aolt to atir a a prewtaaa, give en
eleaca af taa tact of bt eipenonty a a breeder. pMte.raa
gratis and grain ftxt if eVir4, al IS coats per wa. a 't
.tteauea U prrmt. aaddasu ar etca, tat as lla4.it
tsratUMT. F. a. aaisa,
- ssoretli ItUft Oa sal feota ef a.bvt.U.
, . Antliracite Coal.
3r C15K Pra Aotkrseiia Ceai. km Praayaala
Z tewaeiaW tU) , A. MAMU.TOM.
KEsTTTJCXT JACX FOR 11LE 1 aava a, t
Jaua., a year et, it aciw Ha waa stred by
(uarrmor WasaewmiA, daat by BiMk Hawk. P4:gre
tbreasbeal fwrfeatly pare. CaJ at a. . foeirs A la.
IKrSB.wn. m 1 1 - W. W. flHMCK.
VBSCOSaBAXD aCGOT. apniyatlaiaaata.
CONLEY & JOHNSON,
Copper, Tin, Sheet Iron Wares, &c.,
Ko. 10 Broad gt., and 94 South. Market it,
HATE now In store, and eheap for cash, a eomp'ele .
sortment of CCOXISQ STOVES of every sue, pat
tern and pric-; HSATISft SIOVK3 jf every variety, for
ellinir, churches, kchoois, omcea. e u.u. .
PI a MAXTLE GArK8, f all me Ti im".oi m
bt materal: 8TOVKH anl TIM WAKB at waoiiteaie ana
reiail; COPPKR WORK for all kinds o machinery, uen aa
boa-s, fu.naees, foundries, fc ories, saw ano grist mill, etc.
o fart,eTery thin; that H driven y steam nas
work, and ail fiOvl it to their Interest o give as a can re
fore eontractihg elsewhere. And as for the wrought Iron
COOK SlOV:, we are manufacturing them c cheap iIm
all can now use thttu, our piices rangicg from tt'l to
&tT A I ki ds of Job Work done at ihe cuorteei not.co.
fjr?- Orders solicited and promp:ly filled.
ttT" Siiils aad Distillery Vkora made to order.
II : Kit I !N IMTEVr CHttta"
T7IT I HAT.L'3 PATKXT POWDER-PROOF LOCK?,
VV 'he nam Uit were awarded separate Madals at the
World. Fair, London, left), and the World's Fair, rew
York 1S-VJ ; and are the omy American Safes that were
awarded Medtls at the London World's Fair.
Thee Safi-s are now sd pitted to be superior to any ever
offered to the public; and the subscribers ehallentre the
world to pro!u-ft an iostar.c of these Pales laiung io pre
serve their contents through tbe ho lid t fires, or a burglar
pi 'Vinz the lock.
I he mhcrioers and their agents are ine oniy prisons
aothorix-d t m-kt and sell Herrings Patent Lhatnpion
Safe.wiJj Hall's Patent Powder Proof Lo- ks.
8. V. iltKtliau a u.
Maciknuj A Wuaox, Agents for Tennssee. mar IS
UECE1VKD this, by Fxnress, a choice lot of Furnishing
God. The latet style of Snirts, Neck Ties, Kid and
Silk Olove-i. Collars, 8apender, Half-Hose, Stocks and
Cravat., nrensing Rohea, Underwear of every variety,
Trunk?. ValHes and CaTet-Baes.
A'0, a freih suppt v of Per amery and Toilette Soaps, Hair
Tooth, Clothes and 3i ail Hruihrs Tofretner wun an assort
ment ol ghel1, Buffalo, Bone and Ivory Combs, Ac, c, aod
we invite all loan elimination of our stock.
J. II . McQLL,
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Furnishing Stere, corner of
the Square and College street. marchli
Spring and Summer Goods.
ward &, bermingiiam,
HAVE received their stock of Spring and fammer Goods
of the latest styles and best quality, which are now
open for inspection, and would be pleased toreoeive orders
from their old friends and the public generally.
Cedar street, Mareh 17
MANSON M BRIEN & M. M. BRIEN, JR,
ATT-QSSfS 'AT SAW,
Cfflee, No. 47 West side of Cherry st.. Cooper's Building,
formerly occupied by Kd. Ewiag.
f HAVE taken in co-partnership my son, M. M. Bnirs, In
1 the practice of Law in al the Ourtt of Davdsnn coun
ty. One or both can generally be found in the office.
Prompt and especial attention always given to securing
and collecting all claims. (Money always ready whn col
I have been constantly and regularly engaged in mv pro
fession, in the Mountain District, fur the last twenty years.
and will continue to attend to securing and collecting til
claims in ti us ted to my care in the counties of Canoon,
PeKalb, w hite, Fentress, Overton, Putnam and Jackson.
I have a general acq laintance with the merchants and
basin's men in those counties.
The Mrrchants of Nashville, and of other places, might
no J it to their interest to eooler with me in relation there
I refer to any and all persons who know me, for my
abilitv and prompt attention to business.
marrhlT 1 V MANSQH M. TIRIPN.
T OST or stolen from steamer Rochester, 86 bars and 13
XJ b'imlles Iron marked O. X. Also, one small box
marked "Klacey, hov A Co." One box Dry Goods marked
''llen-ent Co." Any information that will lead lo the
recovtrv of iIip above will entitle Ihe giver to $10 reward
on api.Iira'ion to H. H. HARRI8CN,
marchll tf Steamboat Agent.
f R. OOOD WIN will give a Cotillon Party at hi. Rooms.
1 over ISoechV Store, on C'1 ege street, on HICR3DA Y,
ll.irch 1'J'h. Konms Ofien at i P.M. Ailmunuin f I .
Mr. (1. will open a class lor Gentieme i on Frulav, the
20th. Hours of atirn lance, from half-past T to 9 P. M.
Price of tuition, 13 f'r ten lessnns. mar h'T 8t
Ol'ILDERS, H mseholders, Ac, are requested to take no-
U tice thst the un'Iers'gned, having mue the necessary
arrancemerAs, and secured the services of competent
work ueo, is bow preparea lo tske
In the line of his vocation, in all its varlons branches.
In tbe department of II L'SE PAINTING, the subscriber
is prepared to eiecute with the greatest promptness, all
contracts, huwever large, which tra be tendered, tu a style
and upon terms which cannot fail to give satisfaction.
II is also prepireil to ei. cute all manner of SIGN AND
OKN AMtN TAL PAIN TING, GRAINING AND MAHIJNO,
having in that department secured the service of the trust
expert and exreriemed artist.
The subscriber won d request persons having wcrk in his
line to give Dim a can beiore making nnal arrangements.
K. T. 1 LEMING.
No. 62 Cn oa it ..between Cherry and summer.
Landretli's Extra Early Peas.
BBTj Landreth's Fztra Early Peas, warranted fresh
and cenuine, this day received and for sale by
march 1(1 KERN AN A KAIN3.
Trust Sale of Lands.
INpersuance of a d-ed of trut executed to me by Juhn S.
II ad It, on the 15th dy of December 1553, and regis
tered iu the Kt-jnxtn's efhee of Davidson county. In hook
No. il, pages 6uri and 5 9 I will, on haiurday the 4th day
of April next, at tl e Court llou-e Ya'd, in the city of Naah-vill-,
sell to the hiphesl bidder for cash, two small tracts of
land, one cojtaining fifty and one foorth acrets. sod the
o her twenty-five ai re, situated In Davluson ooanty, in Dis
trict No. li, in B. fcaibry' plan of lots, lor the purposes
mentioned in said deed of trust. For more particular boun
daries of "aid land reference is made to sa.d deed ol trutl.
Sale within the hours prescribed by law.
mar. h!8-trw td DA MEL 8 I'ARIIAM Trustee.
House and Lot for Sale.
BY virlae of a decree proncuncrd by Ike County .m
Court of II J ford County, at the M irch term, fcj'ji
17. in the case of J. P. Calhoun and others, eu KJJi
Hirf, I wl I -II in the City or Nashville, on FRIDAY, ths
l$r DT of MAY next, one HOCS AND LOT, In the H.ty
of Na.-hvil!e, known asLl No. 9, In ths plat of lots ma le
out lor L. II. Linier, nd reiiistered in the Kegl trrs's oltice
ofDavi lsoi County, In Bk No. li, pages X and 6o8.
Said j is situated on the cjrnerof Wa-hington stree'.
TERMS Ha id Lot will be sold as follow: ibe pncha,sr
will be r.'q lirid to pay one third in easo, t baUnee in
qii payments of six and twelve months: purchaser giv
ing bend am two approved securities.
0tf Sal to be made at the corner of tbe Market-house.
JO. U. TllOMPjuN,
Ma-ch II td. Commissioner.
YALi'AitLi: iti:siiu:.ci: rou sai.f.
I WILL sell my RESIDENCE and about thirty acres of
G ROUND, situated in the beautiful village ol adgeflel I,
one mile from ti city of Nastiville, and (routing on the
Uallatin Pue, Fatherland and Uobsoa streets. It is prob
ably one of the most bautifil places la Davidson county,
and would make a very desiratle residence for a gen'lemao
of fortune. It is also well altusted to cut up Into building
lots, having b jut six thousand leelof fronts. My object
lo selling u to build upon a less veluab e poriicnoimy
Ian' s. Very favorable terms wiU.be ftveu both as to price
and time. H. UoUSON.
frh!9 lmdAtriw an a
IN consequence of want cf stock during Ibe winter months
and accidents to machinery, by Are, at on of our prin
cipal Cotton Factoiles, there i tmi one temb Cotton. Cord
enough ira.le to supply the orders wbtrh 1 reveivelor the
arlkle. I am diing the bet lean lo supply my customer,
In ailing a i art ol the orders as they com, io turn; and pub
lish thir by way of explanation to tho who have favored
me with their orders. 8. M HAtKKTT,
Wood-Wars aad Con a-e Dealer,
marc 1.8 lm Cincinnati, O.
Cn A MIL! TR k CO. have opened the abve Gardens,
west ol the Franklin Turnn'ks, near the City llo-p.tal,
where refteUiireuU may be obtained. . marct
Hoar din f j House
ri'HE nndersiga) keep a Boarding House ea Cedar
JL street, next t tae Verandah Hotel, war b I ready,
at all time, ta aeovaneJat tranaieot er permanent
Boaders al fair rate. His table is always provided with
the bet the market affords.
jaiT GEO. W. COLEMAN.
Jacks and Jeuuets Fur Sale.
rjMIE us ler.igr.! ofer for sa tea Jacks, soen of
1. which are upwardsof fifteen bands high, and sisWea
Jennets A Iso, one thorough bred Hay Stai.lan. "Kansas,
four years old past, npsards of stitoca bands high, by
'(Sported oerein, 4m by Import! Leviathan, grand
dam by siockhulier, al several Uiroub bred Mare and
Fillies by inoorted Gleneoe, sovereign aad Leviathan,
aj to b sii at my plantation in J ac so a county Ts
aeaaee. For farther particulars alJrsw mj agent, Mr. W.
Lyoa, Bal lad Hot lAet, TDawee, wn is ea tb prsw
ssj. and u fully authorised ta sell
fcbls-lKr1waW W. W. WOOPFOLal.
AGOCT TOaToCATlXa LAXO WA&&AXTS 15
THX KOBTH WJIT.
UT B. fTO rJ will leav betwwesj lh let aad 10th ef
1 April ext, tor the pwrwo of loewtmg Land Wr
rants aad (nveaung money ia Lasde and Tewa Lots ia taw
Btatf Iowa, and lh Territory ef MmaMota. Hxpct
to vuiit al I paru of that Stat aad Territory aad ib.coaa
try aroand Lak Superior City, aad prepo io i a vast
moaey In Utwts aad toeat warraat tat lhr at ia lew
pric tf lea coats pee aera, aad ai la per cant, aa laves,
meouta lead and Iowa property. All wis s&ayWtt
ecigaae bis sorrix. will ailr h'ia at Ubwrty, DeKaaa
aotiaiy. Teen.. Thai will b bis seeead uip Iu ta
berth weM tut tb porp. ab ir awatiwaad, and a
puwatag.vprwanptand vlgtiaat atteatioaUaU bast
a tai may b e-augaed to ausa.
Lurs ton mal:.
A HOCSIaad tOF aa 8sjssr street, free rrecs Ui.il
11 feet, wlvb new brick boa.
Tw Lva Via street, bwtweea Iprlwg aad BroaJ.
a Lot Mark, street, swath Wasaviii. a itet U I
TwwLouia FdjeSfcaatiag ea the Ga3aUa Tarspik
aar Cawsvo!) Sure.
One Lot ea U'sh suewt. North Jelersea straei.
Five Lata la McOer Ai-ftuoa, Cailsg slrwal.
Tw Lass ia MeGavsKka Addtlaoa, aa Isawsr street.
Friwrssa,appiyta "SM L C K'XKtTT,
SNal - a. 13 Cojtel
VGBNTtrMAN aad W!FI aa k- aexssWatasl wl k
board, tf arc!teaua a sasxie at t kUgb 5Crel, three
re aarU vs Braad. It witaia tea asiaau's w.a ef
lb asteafw; ta a baaitay bssattoa. A Urn geata! day-SaeV
arseaa aa ataesaaaislstaL (sail 1st
FOR SALE. A tiptop
UAiiAuu.i B1AI.UON, foir years old, 1
hands Z Inches hiirfi, Biaea as a erow and flue mover.
Kefer to HKO: FuTClia ai noers
RAGS. I will pay 3i cents
Cash for good Cottoa aod Llan Krs.1e
I liveredatmj Rag Store on the North-east earner of the
Square. Woolen and SH( sags arenci warned.
dec23 n. o. nnilEHin.
TO PRINTERS. We hare
siff'uJj a rood SuDer Royal Press, nearly new and
in perfect order.waich wa will sell at a oariraio
SMITH, CAMP A CO.
HAGAJf & BR0.,
Book Sellers and Stationers,
Xo. 39 Market & No. G Union St.,
LESLIE'S GAZETTE OF fASHlONSfor March, asplen-
did number, just receive by HAGAM k BRO ,
march! 89 Marketand 8 Cnionstreet.
HARPER FOR MARCH.
HARPER'S NEW M0STULT MAOsZIXE for March,
t received by ir. U AO AN a BRO..
f b2 No. 8S Market street.
GODIY'S LADY'S BOOB, for March, just received by
)ft2t HAUA.N a B KO.
YANKEE JT0TI0N3. for January and February just
received by feblO HaOAN a BRO
Xevr Books toy Express.
HIN'RY LYLE, or Life and Ex.itenee,by Emilia Mar-
THE PrjDDLEKORD PAPERS, or Humors of taa West,
by H. H. Riley. With Original Illustrations.
TUB Q,3ADR00", or A. Lover's Adventure ta Louisi
ana, by Capt. Mayne Reid.
The Laughable Adventures of Messrs. Brown, Jones and
Robnwn. With Comic Engravinrs.
DOS BKRN ARDO'8 DAUGHTER, or Love. War and
Advecture. by W. Harrison lins worth.
Just receive i and for sala by HAG AN k BRO.,
febli) 89 Market St.
HARPER'S NEW PAPER. -Iltrptr't Wtekly, a Journal
of Civilization, first number; 500 copies just received. Sub
scription received and single copiessoldby
feblO HAGAM a BRO., Agents.
THE SS YORK LEDGER, a Weekly Newspaper. Sub
scriptioni received and single numbers sold by
feblO HAG AN k BIO., Agents.
Taa Sria Axd Tax Clocd; Or, A Daughter's Love.
A. S. Roe, author of "Long Look Ahead."
Tbs Golds Lxaaor. A story of Life's Phases. By a
Ivoaa. By the author or "Amy Herbert." In two vol-.
Taa IIocsxhold Asqil i Dutertsa. By Leslie.
KaTBia Baaxoa. A Fireside History of quiet Life.
Doss. By a Stroller in Europe.
"My Dress Is splendid yon behoM,
HI mini with the ruddy golJ." Facsr.
Niw GtxxiDa. Tweaty Months In tbe And-s.
Tbs Msech AST's asn Basxsa's RtcisTxa, IsST.
Just received by Express, and forsale by
mars ski CIIABLK3 W. SMITH.
A FCRfHKR. 9CPPLY OF KASE'J AR3TI0 EXPE.
DITION just received by CUAS. W. EMITU.
m'll a a
New Sacred Music.
THE NEW CAMERIA SACRA, for sale by
CIIARLI8 W. SMITH.
THE EOUTUERN HARMONY, for sale by
CHARLES W. SMITn.
THE NATIONAL PSALMIST, fr sale by
CHARLE3 W. SMITH.
MASON'S SACRED HARP, lor sale by
THE SHAWM, and several other like popular works, for
sale by CH ARLES W. SMYTH.
TnE CHUBCH PSALMIST, used by th New School
Presbyterian Courch, a large supply for sale cheap by
CHARLES W. .SMITH.
I have also a lot of tbe Christian Hymn Books oa hand.
mf a o
NOEL & CO.,
PRODUCE DEALERS AND GROCERS:
COHKER OF COLLEGE AXPSPRyi? STREET,
t XT ILL purchase at the hi .-h-s'. market prices th fbl-
of prudu.'c :
I'ltw L nee,
Co; too Yarns,
Peach H randy,
Orchard Grass 8eed,
Potatoes, Ac , ,
Country dea'ers ani farmers havlnj any of the shove for
sale, will do well to call on us when they vi.it tha city,
POTATO ljl 100 sseks of early Neshannook Peed Pota
toes lor sale by NOEL A CO.
ILOUR. 250 barrels extra Family Fiourjust received and
V for sale by NOkLACO.
"I T AKIETIKS. Are now receiving in store and offer for
Mack re', .
O round Pepper,
O rou ml 'Hu.tard,
T.b e Malt;
cVoU h I t,
Ale ae , Ac.
With a general assortment of liquors
rheap to the trarie or fa ml lea.
rhicb wa will sell
caiiii (.k ki:o.
VNOTHE!t fresh supply of Drum-Head and Flat-Dutch
Cabbage seed this daj.reositel and for sale at whole
sale and rata 1 by KtKN AN A KAlNd.
MDKKDa f.U tsi M:i:i.
rAA BC.oilRU lleerd Oraas Seed, waranted fresh, J uat
received and for l.le lo
KERNAN it RAINS.
Wanted io Hire
I ."'OR the kalaoee of the year. 3 MrdRO BOT, kelweea
the aces qf Hand 13; ani. also, two able bodied Mf.N,
for whica the highest prioe wul bt paid. Taos haviag
sech to hirewlJ do well to call on
ail si. E GLASCOCK, Agent.
I WILL pay Cash for LAND WARNT8 al my afflc.
No. ti Cherry street. In my abaenc apple t A. B.
J. O. aLLOa
THE CELEBRATED TROTTIXtJ STALLION
IJL'RCHASc D Nwrth last Spring by Dr.
Dr. c ,ev
hi sea- th yraTi
h Farm " "
A. roust ana r ts. ncnir;, win a.as
lonla mile-on the Franklin rike, at
ol F. N. XcN airy. For terms, Ao.,ee bijs
MEAT AXD PASTKT COOS FOE SAL'S
HK sub riber offer for sale his woman TI.MFE, as
good sConk, Washer and Ironer as thre I la the
Stale, also utiJerslaaos P.ckliOg and Preserving,
la15 ALAA. MACKENZir.
A TWO STOUT FRAME DWELLING, sitaated la ffas.
McOsvock's AddiUoa, eaataiaing five rowwist. 'j
aod kik-hea has lately bewa saed for a BoarHieg JL
Houae Ar the hands empieytd a tbe Uailread Broae
Ibe furaitare la the boa can b bought low, aad eaa be
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TOR SALE, RENT OS EXCHANGE FOR CITT
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wary beast laad la Raiberford soaaty. is aerea eadera
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tak atoaaare ta sbwwiag tka prwsateeateeay wbwaV -au
ta MRkMa. Te. eaay; -eeaawa l'"",1"