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A.S. CA.BTP. THl.C4LLtRDIK. 1. V, JOKta.
SMTff, CA2IP & CO., Proprietors.
V- ST- SMITH and IRA P. JOXES, Zdltort
OtncaJlo.,6, , , , , , Be.toHekr'
.... The priratfl income ol Grest Br!uln U etl
"ted at three hundred and fifty millions iterling.
Bj the last census It appear thit in Ireland there
ere aii miilioDa of Roman Catholics, and about
two mil ions of rrotwtanta or every denomination.
England baa eleven Roman Catholic colleger The
income-tax had been cs'cnlited tnvi.U in Ireland.
four hundred and sixty thouMnd pounds sterling;
the Iiish orator, Mr. Whitefid, complained in the
House of Commona that "it had drained from the
country more than a million three hundred thottf
nd." .... The steamers of the Vanddbilt European
Dtramehip Line, bet ween New York, Southampton,
Havre, and Bremen, will commence their regular
trips next month. Tne Ariel, already well and fa
vorably known to thoae who have sailed in her, aa
a staunch aod comfortable steamer, will sail or the
16th of Apriland the Vandrrbilt will make her
first trip on May 6th. This ship wasrpecially built
to compete for ocean mastery, and ia held to be in
point of eiza accommodation, power, and epeed
cqualto anything afloat.
....Vm. Kelly, of Suwanee' Furnace, In Ky.,
las recenily made a new article of iron. It is con
verted by the boiling procaes in about twenty ruin
ates, from the raw material, and ia pronounced by
Bcletiti5c men to be far superior to run out iron made
by the Id process, and is a siring of at least $10
.... The following appointments have been made
in Harvard University : Rev. F. H. Hodge, Profes
sor of Ecclesiastical Hiatory; Rev. George E. Ellia,
Professor ofFyetematic Theology, and John Bacon,
- If. D,, Prtif sor of Chimistry. A committee baa
been appointed to consider the expedincy of peti
tioning the Legislature for a separation of the Theo
logies! school from the University.
.... It ia now believed by those who have taken
pains to be well-informed, that the disputed titlea
! the Ind'aei lands in Kansas, which the govern
ment officials dabbled in so freely, and which pro
fessedly excited the virtoous Indignation of the
Pierce dynasty, w II all bereeonized at the Depart
ment aod the ownership confirmed in the present
band. The enhancement of these hnd above the
nominal rates at which they were purchased will
insure fortunes to the holders, and the offioe-hold-ra
ean well afford to retire upon the profits of their
.... A Singular Demonstration was made in New
York city Is at week by Archbishop Hughes. A
meeting was held in the Tabernacle to promote
Irish Cat'-olic emigration to the Went, in pursuance
of the plan adopted by the Buffalo Convention. An
address was d lvered by a Catholic priest named
Tracy, from St. Patrick's settlement, Nebraska terri
tory in which he advocated the policy of the move
ment and g t vr a glowing account of the advantages of
. the location referred to. At the conclusion of his
remarks Arrhbishop Aoghee rose In the gallery and
severely reprimanded the priest for being engaged
in an Improper occupation, acting as the agent of
mere land speculators to the neglect and disgrace
of his boly office. He denounced the whole move
ment as wrong in principie, said that he did not
believe there was any necessity for building op ex
clusive Catholic settlements in the West, and that
be regarded such efforts aa contrary to the spirit of
our republican institutions, not calculated to benefit
the Catholic church, and solely got op to promote
" speculation in lands.
.... The great trotting match of thirty miles,
between the celebrated stallion General Taylor, and
the celding Rattler, came off on the 21st alt, over
the Union Course in San Francisco, CaL, for a puree
of $4,000, and wss won by Taylor la one hour for-
tveven minutes and flf'y-eisht seconds; heating
Rattier four minutes snd twenty seconds. The first
mile waa mane Ay tne stallion In three minutes, and
the thirtieth mile in four minutes and twenty-seven
seconds. This is one of the best trotting races on
record; both horses are doing well.
A late number of the Terr Haute
Ezprctt says : Yesterday afternoon, as the train
On the Evansville and Crawfordsville Railroad,
waa starting and hd got under consideraU? head
way a child was discovered on the track, only a
short distance ahead tf the locomotive. The en
gineer immediately gave be signal and reversed his
engine. The fireman, Vr. Charles Miller, seeing
that the train could not be stopped in time, sprang
through the lookout window of the engine, ran
along, until he came to the forward end, jumped off,
and snatched the child from the track, just in time
to save it from being crushed, ss the locomotive
was within five feet of him when be saved the child.
.... The Pittsburg Gatette says that in the pro
cession which escorted Mr. Buchanan to the Capitol
on the day of his inauguration, Mr. Bernhisel, of
Utah, was one of the Marshals. It is supposed that
this choice was intended to be a sort of counter
poise in the social stale, Mr. Buchanan having no
wife, and Mr. BernbigeJ having nine.
.... The nn. Buckskin Williams, long a mem
ber of the Texaa Legislature, sends a sample of Tex
as tobacco to the Northern Standard, and adds ;. .1
have no hesitancy in believing that our hickory bar
vans will produce as Hoe tobacco as any country
whatever, aod for quantity per acre will surpass that
of any where it is now n.ised as a staple commodity
this year I hare raised two crops from the same
Stock the last. If anything, heavier than the cut
ting. The weight in the leaf, I thiuk, would ap
Broach 100 oonnda rter acre Our thicket I.nrla nn
the Sulphur will produce tobaeeo, equal in quantity to
ha best river lands in Virginia, If the same care be
t aken in its curing.
.... The Wycoffgold mines in Fauquier county,
Ye., have been sol J for $4,500, to satisfy an eis-
cuuou. tue wnoie amount, aays tne warreotoo
Whig, spent upon these works could nut bare been
less than $50,000.
.... The Henderson and Nashville Railroad will
not sacrifice more than $8,000 or $10,000 in re
covering their bonde which they supposed, at one
time, btl been misappropriated by their ageut in
.... In Eoglaod, the Lords of the Admiralty
.u? erti a . . e-v
have ordered John Luck, who has been formerlv
employed in the dock, and had both Lis arms torn
off by machinery, to be supplied with a oaw pair
of patent artiScial arms With these Mr. Luck can
not only crens himself and cut snd eat his food,
but even write U tiers, and by a naw appliance of
the most itigenieus description, he wi l be able in
Aha future. rkf a welr twA tn ahawe Ktiulf
. . ..V. The five California steamships, during 1857,
have brought nearly $2,000,000 less money than
was brought ia the same number of arrivals last
. year. .
.... iui 4anviue isl,j jiyuutean asyi tnat
moat of the tobacco .ants In that section have bees
killed by the recant severe weather. The f.raere
t are relying on the second sowing for plants. ;
- ...Tiie New York TWtstaUt that of fill 1$
coming to that office, but lost during the month o
' waM. a. M . fW aa as. a
- suraarj, iiirougn me insecurity oi tue Htalla, fae
J, of tco-ihlrda, were lo registered letters. It
1 would lurrcfore appear that the registry system ac
Aoallj facilities fraud by .pointing out the money
....In Slera (Mass..) a few aighls ago, a gsn
leman was aroused from Wp by a strange ssnsa
cf tuffacalion and tJiScuIt treathing. He bad sn
conaoMualy allowed his set cf feist teeth, which
became tied la his throat and siearly choked him.
Tte sureoo was called, who, alter Uboriog for sev
eral bones, succeeded lnse xicg epou the intruders
and remosiug I hem stUbotit it jary ta the pat'ret,
" who b1 tiarro tscape bom death. .
SATTJBDAY, APEIL 4, 1S57."
Can the States matte Citixensl ..
The -Union and American of Thursday,
concedes that it is not- politic that the
States should confer upon aliens and others
the rights of citizenship independently of
congressional legislation; that it is FatrsSed
with the provisions of the Constitution of
Tennessee npon this subject, which restricts
the right of voting to citizens of the United
States, i We are glad to chronicle this un
usual manifestation of trne conservatism
and genuine Americanism, on the part of
our contemporary. " That paper still asserts,
however, that the States have the power
to make citizens of aliens, and indeed,' vo
ters cf free negroes-, but declines an argu
ment with us npon that question. We are
not inclined, at this time to press a discus
sion, as there are other issues which are of
much more immediate interest.
- But while our neighbors assume this po
sition, they continue to place U3 in opposi
tion to the Supreme Court, and make this
a matter of fad. We think our neighbors
are themselves, laboring under a mistake
in point of fact. ' The Chief Justice, him
self on a former occasion held the identical
opinions, which we now advocate. There
have been some occasional exceptional ad
judications, but we think, npon a proper
analysis of -all the cases, the decisions of
the Supreme Court will be found, substan
tially uniform. That great light of Araeri
can Jurisprudence, James Kent, is full and
explicit in the denial of this right to the
States; We subjoin an extract from the
opinion delivered by Judge Taxet in the
cases of Smith vs Turner, and Norris vs
Boston wherein he holds a doctrine, diame
trically opposite to the recent dictum thrown
out in the Dred Scott case:
'Itcannot be necessary to say anything upon
the article of tbe Constitution which gives to
Congress the power to establish a uniform role
of natnralization. The motive and object of
this provision are too plain to be misunder
stood. Under the Constitution of the United
States, citizens of each State are entitled to
the privileges aod immnnities of citizens in the
several States, and no State wonld be willing
that another State Fhoold determine for it
what foreigner should become one of its citi
zens, and be entitled to hold lands and to vote
at its elections. For without this provision
anv one State conld have given tbe right of
citizenship in every other Stale; and at aery
citizen of a State it also a citizen of the United
States a single State, without this provision,
might have given to any number of foreigners
it pleased, the right to all the privileges of citi
zenship in commerce, trade, and navigation al
though they did not even reoiue among us.
The nature of our institutions nnder the
Federal Government made it a matter of abso
lute necessity that this power should be confi
ded to the government of the Union, where
al the States were represented, and where all
had a voice; a neoessity so obvious, that no
Statesman could have overlooked it .The artio'e
has Dothing to do with the admission or rejec
tioo of aliens, nor with immigration, bat with
the rights of citizenship. Its sole ol ject was
to prevent one State from forcing upon all the
others, and opon the Oeneral Government, per
sons as citizens whom they were unwilling to
admit as such.
Thus it will be seen that, instead of be
ing in opposition to the Supreme Court, we
are in perfect acc6Td with what was the
deliberate judgment of the Chief Justice
himself. With this, we submit the qnes
Justice te the Old States.
We are gratified to learn from the Rich
mond Whig that the people of Virginia
whigs and democrats, are beginning to
move in earnest on the subject of the allot
ment to the old States of their share in
the oublic lands. The Whiz is of the
opinion that fully two thirds of the demo
cracy of the Old Dominion are heartily in
favor of it. Democratic candidates for the
Legislature are coming out and supporting
the proposition. It is not proposed to
make the question a party test, but a nu
cleus around which all can gather who de
sire justice to be done the State, and to see
the burthens of taxation lightened.
The Whig gives the following extract
from the proceedings of a democratic con
vention of delegates fro'.n James City,
Charles City, and New Kent to show how
the question is beginning to take amongst
the siraon pure democracy:
"The object of the Convention having been ex
plained : .
"Mr. Wm. R. Douglas proposed that a commit
tee of three be selected for the transaction of busi
ness. ' Dr. Thos. Garnet of New Cent moved that the
committee be Increased to five.
"The amendment having been accepted.
"The Chair appointed Dr. Tyler, B. F. Lester,
Dr. Gsroet, B. F. Biggottand R. L. ilenley commit
tee. " The committee then retired and after a few mo
ment' deliberation, returned and made the follow
ing report: ' '
" Tour committee appointed to select a nominee,
woulJ respectfully present the name of James E.
Roane, of Cuarlee City, as a renileraan eminently
qualified for that post, and ia all respecta worthy of
"Col. George Brumly, of New Kent, was no
minated by CoL Rutcliffe.
" Col. Bramley declined.
M. Roane's opinion on the distribution bill was
"Mr. Douglas spoke at some length on tbe sub
ject, advocating distribution, but insisting on tte
couveotiou not making that the teat question, lie
would aupport Mr. Roane, irrespective of bia opin
ion on thatauljtfct lie hoped the Democracy woulJ
not force the question; if tbey ahould, be was pre
pared to defend hie position. lie alluded to bis
adherence to tbe Democratic parte, "through thick
and ttin," and said he waa willing, even now, lo
lay aside all pntj difference, distribution or
anti-distribution, aud come to tbe support of Mr.
Roane. . ..
"Dr. Garnet then explained the report of tbe
"The Question was then akdt if the Convention
meant to co pt tbe oomiuatiooof Jir. Roane, with
the meaul reservation as to bit opinion of toe dis
"Mr. cUlJen Slater, Charles City, replied, he for
one would support Mr. Roaoe only as a " pure and
anadulieraUU Democrat." '
" Mr. Douglas enquired Mr. Filter definition of
a "para aud anaauiuraiea uemocraw
"Mr. 8. Replied, oue who would refuse this last
Whig bribMand slick to the eoosutatiooal anli-
illuriUuiion bill. '
"Mr. Douglas cited the names of leading Demo,
crate ia favor of distribution, aaJ said on!? because
the Wnigs advocated it, the Detaxracj of Virgiuia
were cnwiil:og to accept it.
" The Chairman conai Jerei it aa adje Jieated qert
- Mr WooJaon, of James Ciiy, then obtained the
floor, Bis democracy being qjfeiioued, he most
emphatically assured the Convention of his demo
cratic principle! and spoka at me length k
qaetitly in favor of diatnbatioa. ,
Dr. T)l r bj;geJ that Hie com mill be allowed
to retire an4 recuuaidir their report.
"Xr. Douglas rep!id to rne obafrtatwus of Dr.
Richardson's about Virginia's lwg4ifjf,rei if
luoull reo-ive any txxliaa of tte land taoory,
and said Dr. Ricbardaoa waa then likewise
graced, kaviug r areiaaed land claim. (Oriel of
Wr.) " ' .
Tfasa U w Jl appear, that the rank and file of the
VirtfaU Democracy are beglnuto j think' an 4
l.Hk ut fur lletuttilvea oa , lite ett-jrcl of dk
tilbutioa, BOtsnULtundiog the efforts tl the Demo
cratic pre aud politicians to bimbe,! aJ MaJ
lie a. Keep iu ItU ia motlcs I ' '
Fine Steclt for Tcnneasec.
We bare before mentioned the organi
zation of a live 6tock company in this city,
composed of maay of the leading farmers
and stock-breeders of Middle Tennessee, for
the purpose of importing aud breeding the
superior domestic animals of. the country
In furtherance of the designs of the com-
rany, two Agents started North, in Febru
ary last, furnished with ample means, and
delegated to purchase the best animals that
could be found, suitable to the wants of this
country.- The Agents. report that they
have succeeded in procuring a number of
superior animals,, amongst whicb. are two
Messenger and two Morgan Horses; four,
mares-and seven colts of. these breeds; six
D?von Cattle; a number of Merino and
South-down Sheep ; Essex, Suffolk and Burk
shire Pisrs. ., ' -
These animals will arrive in this city
early in this month,' and it is the intention
of tne Company to have them on the State
Fair grounds, near this city, during the
Spring Fair, which commences on the 7th
of May next. ' 5 1 ' " ' '
' The Company have shown commendable
zeal, for the prompt and energetic manner
in which they have 'taken hold of this en
terprise, and we expect that a beneficial
improvement npon the Stock of the State
will soon result from this importation.
. ISrThe following appeal to the Ameri
can party of Kentucky is taken from the
Louisville Journal. ,It is equally applica
ble to our party in Tennessee, and we ask
oar friend3 in this State to read and con
sider it, as if it had been addressed direct
ly to tbem ';. "'. T;
On Thursday next the American State Coun
cil of Eentncky will re-assemble in onr city.
It will be an adjoorned session of the January
meeting, and we hope to see present earnest,
active, zealous, and wide awake Americans
from every valley and hillaide, from every
county and precinct in the Commonwealth.
There is business of importance to be transact
ed, which requires tbe oooceutrated action aod
untiring industry of the party throughout the
btate. e are confident that a large majority
of legal voters of Kentucky are in favor of
American principles and anxious for the elec
tion of the candidates and the establishment of
the policy of the American party, but we have
been taught by the disastrous result of the
Presidential election no longer to rely wholly
upon the justice of our cause and the numbers
of onr party.
Our friends then were enthusiastic, our pres
ses and ocr speakers were industrious, zealous,
and indefuigable in the discharge of their du
ties, but we depended too much upon tbe ac
knowledged majority of oar party in the 8tate
and tailed to neriect an orgauization by wnicli
the frauds aud electioneering devices of oar
opponents might have been foiled and rendered
ineffectual. They had their vigilance commit
tees at work sedulously in every precinct,
Every doubtful voter, every change, every op
portunity to augment their strength waaregu
larly reported. While we were spending our
time in indiscriminate enrts to rally our
f riends, they were silently working only where
worlc waa needed, aud, as has since been as
certained, the result was sutficienily kuown to
their leaders before the day of the election to
make them confident of 6uccess in the face of
an American majority.
Noihiog is required on tbe partof the Araer
icans of Kentucky to insure them the victory
in the approaching State election and to ren
der their success permanent but a perfect or
ffanization of the party. Personal preferences
6hould every where be laid aside and the best
men in the party placed in the field ss candi
dates. Our friends must be rallied in solid
phalanx in every neighborhood, aud harmony
and concert of action must prevail throughout
our r inks. The Americans of Kentucky are
actuated by high and noble purpose?. They
are devoted to patriotic principles worth fight
ing for or even dying for, and the time is come
for them to show their faith by their works.
It will be the duty of this Council to organ
ize the party throughout the State and to in
fuse into it a spirit which shall render it irre
sistible and overwhelming in every contest
with its opponents. Ibere never was a tune
when tbe condition of the country so greatly
needed, so imperatively demanded the estab
Hhhment of American principles. Tbe clouds
of error with which onr opponents sought to
bide theee great truths from the masses of the
people have passed away. The principles
themselves have . become better known and
understood. They shine like bright beacons
of hope to light a bewildered nation to the
heaven of rest and safety. The majesty of
their truth has compelled the reluctant admi
ration of the bitter opponents of the party, and
an earnest and judicious effort on the part of
their advocates will now insure their perma
The experiences of the recent contest have
taoght our friends to love still more fervently
the troths for which they are contending and
havo taught our foes the imminent dangers of
the foul practices to which they were f rced
to resort. The American party, purged of all
dross and useless particles, now stands firmer,
fairer, and more promising before the people
than atany other period of its existence. JNow
ia the time for action, earnest, ceaseless, inde
fatigable action, until a glorious victory is won
and the policy of the American party perma
nently established in oor State government.
The Candidate for Floater
EniToas or tbi Patriot:
' Gikts: I observed in your paper a short time
since an article transferred from the Clarkaville
Chronxclt urging the fimeea of Usual Maaar, Eaq.,
of Naabvitle, as a suitable candidate for Floater, for
the diatrict composed of Davidson, Robertson and
No nomination, that roulJ be made, woulJ give
more general eatisfaction than thL, especially in this
portion of the district, and from the fact that the
suggestion came from Montgomery county, it is
presumable that ll would meet with a simular fav
orah reception there.
Since the iucepiion of the American party, Mr.
Maney has labored assiduously for its interests, aod
won a well deserved reputation. If entrusted with
the candidacy by bis party, be wool J make a vigor
ous and able canvass throughout tbe entire district,
lie posteaaes m an unusuil degree every qualifica
tion for a successful candidate snd efficient aod trust
worthy representative. A popular address thor
ough information on the topics of the day a high
orJer of speaking ability and a legion of devoted
personal friends will carry him through triumph
The people are for Mr. Maney, and we hope the
Convention will ratify tbeir selection.
' Toon FtLi-ows. The mission lo Berlin ie said to
have been off-rred by Mr. Buchanan to Mr. James
B ti.y, of Kentucky, and declined by him: ft ia
said to have bea subsequently offered to Mr Pratt,
ol Mr una, out not accepted. II is aio report d
in Dtfiaocratia circles that thee t-'oJers of this
mUaloQ to such nondescript politicians, kuown as
"OlJ-lioe Wh!g-Buchaoaa nan," were made with
the dUtiuet previous aadersunding that they were
to be declined. When Mr. Buchanan aaaumed the
Preideoii4 chair, the poiby of dispensing the of-
Does a tclueirely among tee JJmccrmt$ had already
been drteriaiod upon, but this new " bargain ana
Corruption asbeme bai deubtlee been concrete!
by tbe wily brain, fertib ia such eipalimtt. for the
purpose of prop waling toe qeaotam Wti who
el forgotten their whtgrry lo the fouf embraers
of the wanton Democracy a bow they pace, delight
ed la hatiug. ," ...
It it U Tits that tM Bc-rlio mission Ss thus hawk
ed about from one OU-lne-WLIg Democrat to &
other with te eiprrts au !emi.iing that it ia to
be da Uxei aseraly aa a rue ta U a4 U poor fcU
who hare abBdo64 tbuir principles and got e
ever to the eoeiry io be o the winuhig si le, it it
In, Iced a std and huuiiluti ig spucia f the na
tien, aad toorw diagraeolul ta tbe Administration
thatreaoria I such petty meanness tt retara fvor
with one of lU factions, than lo W, c to b fertj
tUDt3 wauch aa rrnr.emect 14 prop ap the
' p Cora iced U lelUn ia Au;lnt Tel, at
12 00 fer bob!, .
Latest from Nicaragua.
We copy the following items from the
New' Orleans Picayune of the 29th ult.,
furnished by its correspondent :
" FIGHT. OH THE TRAKSIT.
' ' Saa Jcaic Bit Sua, Msrch , l85? '
News has just been brought ia of a fight on the
Transit. CoL Cajcee came down last nigni wito
forty-five rangers, and eiartedvback this mornm.
Be had reached the jocote roan, wmuu ..wu
from the Transit about half a mile from tne half
way house, aod when about half a mile up tne roao
was fired npon by a hrz boy of the enemy io
ambuoh not less than 400. He was compelled to
retreat, which be did o good order towards this
pUca. After reaching tbe top of the mounuin,
about a mile ana" a half from the plaee of attack,
destroying first a bridge at the loot of tbe moun
tain, he took bis stand and waited for the enemy;
but they did not follow bim beyond the hslf-way
bouse, at which place they stopped, and fired sev
eral volleys into the house. Whether thy killed
any one or not I cannot say. , CoL Caycee finally
reli back to this puce, where be sti.i remainc. uis
loss was two killed, two wounded and seven mis
sing. Of the killed was Lieut. Jno. Franklin. Itia
impossible to tell how many of the enemy were
killed. . . - '
STILL ANOTHER ENGAGEMENT.
Maacn 6. CoL Cavcee report that he, as well
as his picket guard, heard heavy firing list night
about teu o clock, towards Kivas; ne say ne count
ed nineteen cannon shots. Tbe probability is thit
the enemy stUcked Rives list night Four of the
missing men returned to-day. I regret that I have
nothing but bad new to write. Five men came in
to-day and report another fight on the Jacote road.
Capt. Dart, who came in, makes the following re
port: News having been received in Rivas that tbe
enemy were at the Jocote ranch, about 11 o'clock
yesterday morning, the First and Second Rifles, and
a detachment of Rangers, numbering in all about
150 men. uoder command of Gen. Sanders, marched
out of Rivas to give the enemy battle; they marched
very rrpidly, and came within half a mile of the
ranch, which is ten miles from Rivas, about 2
o'clock. The Riflts were halted, while Oen. San
ders advanced with the Rangers to reconnoitre.
After advancing a short distance, they were fired
upon by the enemy; they immediately retreated to
wards the main body, which was immediately iorroea
The enerav advanced very rapidly, and io large
numbers, between 400 and 500; the firing soon be
came general and very rapid, tbe enemy continuing
to advance and trying to surround them; finally
tbe enemy charged tbem with the bayonet. The
Rifles having no bayonents, and most of their guns
beins emDiv. thev cave way and broke in great
disorder. The officers were enable to rally their
men and make them stand. lie mado bis e?cpe
through the bushes while tbe enemy were in full
cbase of our men and attempting to flank them on
each side. Manv. no doubt, being fuigued by
f thir mnid march, were overtaken and killed. Lie
savs that after runnine about six hundred yaras, ne
... .. .,
heard heavy firine for a few momenta, as if they
had made a stand; but tbe firing soon ceased, and
he heard no more.
The enemy advanced in open prairie ground,
and were loosing ten to one until they made the
charge, which they did with extraodinary coolness
He reports Cspt. Thos. Conway killed, and Capt.
Chaa. U Hisrby badly wounded and taken pri.-oner.
He was out all night in the mountain?, and arrived
this afternoon. This is certainly a serious defeat,
and convinces me that without large reinforcements
Gen. Walker can do nothing. The fact is the men
will not fight any more, and these successes but
embolden the enemy and give them greater conn
dence. The idea of theirchargitig bayonets on our
men and routing then? seems almost improbable,
still it is not the less true, and cannot be denied,
now many succeeded in reaching Rivas I do not
know, but as the steamer has not yet arrived, I
may be able to send you further news. What, with
these defeats and desertions, the army will soon be
reduced to a very small number.
ATTACK ON RIVAS.
March 1. Col. Caycee informs me that he re
ceived a letter from Gen. Walker this morning, in
forming hi n that the enemy attacked Rivaaon the
night of the 6th, and that after three unsuccessful
assvults the latter made by their whole fore, they
were repulsed with very great Ijss, Thjy were al
lowed to advance very close to the barricades be
fore a shot was fired, and in the last charge they
were able to fire at least ten guns ainoo them be
fore tbey were able to retire, so that tbeir loss mut-t
have been very great. Gen. Wslker met with no
loss. Also, that Gen. Sanders had returned to Ri
vas with his detachment, with very small lo-ts.
Tbe Sierra Nevada arrived this morning with 75
recruits for Gen. Walker, and as she leaves in a few
moments, I must close. Tours,
A Slandcb CoRRiccriD. The Hon. George Eus
tis. Jr , of Louisiana, an oil Democrat, jjined tbe
American party two or three years ago. Some Dem
ocratic letter-writers have lilt It been calumniating
him. One of them says, ''be has made full confes
sion of his sins, and has again been received into
the bosom of his former political mother." There is
not one word of truth in the assertion. We have a
direct assurance from one of Mr. Eusii-'s most inti
mate personal and political friends, that he woul 1
not for any consideration dexrrt tbe party or the
principles for which he so manfully fought. For so
young a memoerof Congress, he has already achiev
ed a great national reputation. Uis cons'ituents
ill send I im berk to Washington almost by accla
mation. Zo. Jour.
A Good Osb. Dr. Magoon, recently in a
lecture on "Mind yoor Business," tells tbe
fullowiog good one :
A yoiiog man went from New York city to
the West, where he commenced business on
hia own account, and married. Uis friends in
the city were interested in his welfare, and
when a merchant was about to journey to the
place where the young roan bad located, be
was requested to visit the emigrant, and as
certain how he lived, what sort of a wife he
bad chosen, his prospects, Sec. Accardingly,
the New Yorker ascertained the residence of
bis young friend, and called npon bim qniie
early in the morning. lie fmnd bim in a
small, neat cottage, just taking his breakfast.
The introduction of the New Yorker to bis
wife was quite off-hand and unceremonious
and he was requested to be seated and partake
of the morning meal. The young wife had
prepared the steak, liscnit anil coffee with her
own bands, and for a table had used her knead
ing board, over which a napkin was spread,
and the board was placed on her lap. The
New Yorker declined a seat at table and took
his leave. On making his report to I.U New
York friends, as to how he found Lis young
frieud living, he described the stjle as " mag
nificent I" and for the explanation of the su
perlative lie eaid, that were he the owner of
the young man's firiJtnre, he would cot take
tea thousand dollars for the legs of his table!
from the HuntarUle American iDtlrpeodenl.
Te Willie 8. Ils.
Dear Wnxia, aa the moonbeams coma rippling soft; and
In Ions; glittering waves of silver, and lie quivering at By
WhiUt thronfrh my "sanctum" casement the night wind
My soul goes forth Id dream-land, although I'm not asleep.
For oh I I'm dreaming, Willi a, la some holier, happier
How sveet twiH be to meet with thoae ws'va loved so
And form a bright " home-circle " earth's sorrow cannot
Aod perhaps U may be, Willi a, la oar favorata evening
For thera tie said the flowers fade not la samraer time.
And the nectar-bubbling (uuntaloa aing a low and pleas
Where the beautiful lire ever, and death Ilea dreaming
And from the trta-tlsted heavene the stars; weep golden
There, too, dwells that rail ant spirit, who breathes her
a ttl af ancig
Into eoose pure aad loving heart, that, mi4 the earth-bora
Sigfce tort a low, sweet matte, like the ana-shell's gentie
Cntil soma kindred bosom thrills rasp o1t ta her ewn.
Tet I know this world, dear Wnxia, Is si 3 beautiful to
Who young aspiring gealoa, with aa aim so purs and
Is even soaring like the eiglea, to the aeolth heights sf
To write ia glorious characters a great and deathless aaata.
Ts hare not 11 Ted, dear Wnxis, a4 I trust roe never
Ta see your thires hopes, like ssJaa, eae by ee daeay,
Tiil Ufa ha h ioat its brightness, te beaaty aa4 Its bioem,
Aad my very heart aeeeas withering wita my lored eaea
ia um soma.'
Tla a gluriooa night, dear Wajja, a aigfci that shoold la
spire The po t's sou! with sestary, snd wake his sleeping lyre.
Till la tbe mKlataat hears Uw tartung note moond,
Aad star wtnge4 angels aaaaa as bear the suA skefoUaue
Aad. Wavi.is, whea la after year that moarafu; hoar shall
And the frtrade v lore, with maay Ware, be so.l.'y gath
etbe el boo.
TviU oihe ear grief, dear Woxie, ta kaow la soese brigttt
Wsli txa ear ea hoeae-circle agaia with those sanei dear.
Bacssr OorTaoa, SahvU!, March, 1U7.
EO W TO UTS KDjriT.
Vll theae lttdete4 W A, C. . A. K. SZtCB are re
awttated te awke Uasaedlat payment, or tbry viU bav
teuie aiah tm eitcee, as we cannot give further u4 'lg-
ee. a ajrf lw
" on the Mr. White's Tornniltn. W.t N'uh-
vii;, open every 9-ndajr and Monday.
UMAB.i,ttd MILLER k CO.
SODA FOUNTAIN' AT
Kn. 43. nn Chmrvm - I. ... .
, , ..iot., n an reaar ior
the Summer, to supply tbe thirst wiih delie-oas beverage.
apra tKAKWj MULa k CO.
FOR ST. L0UI3.
TlHKlleht drsazht frelirhtnd m
I . , . . nil -:
intermedial porta ao THIS DAY, the 4th tnst., at 1 o'e eck
M anrl A Q1UII PilV .
THE commodious anrl light dranht.
steamer. Bit VKN flf-elX. C. K.
Babclat, Maaier. w 11 leava f theit fwr.1i t itU
above and all ntenn late porta T -IIS DAT, the 4 h inst ,
at 13 o'clock, M. For treiret or passage,' having superior
ascomrrodniion, apply OQ board, or to
p 4-It H. H. HAKKIWON. Ate-'
F; EIN'O compelled to remove our present stock In oar
front house, and our house not being ready to receive
the goods, owing to the repairs which are necessary anrl
which are now being mrle upon it, we will sell at Auction
on TUESDAY, the 7th inst , at 10 o'clock. A. M.. without
reserve, a large stock of Groceries, comprising in part:
Suirar, Molasses, Nails, Tobacco,
Paper, Glassware, Coffee, Salt,
Candies, Cigars, Liquors, Starch,
with a variety of other articles. The terms of sale will
be: All sums over 8--1X) and under $ 0O0, 60 days; over
aiOOtl, 9) days, with approved endorsers, pavsble in Bank.
apr-t td II. S. FRENCH k SON.
MANUFACTURER AND DKLVR IN , .
niTS, CAPS AXD LADIES' FURS,
No. 23 Public Square, -
For S prin sr, 1857!
'TIS THE HOST BEAUrTFUL HEAD 0R5AMEST
FOR THE SEAS0IT.
A. J. FRANCISCO,
83 PUBLIC FQCARE.
THE WIIITEBEAVEB IIAT!
T3 decldedlv a becoming TILE for the warm wfh.
JL er. Tnis beautiful Hat is now readv for Inspec-
WHITE AM) PEAKL. C'aa.imerca
of the Fashionable Bbape. A I ght and coro
fortable Hat for Spring.
apr4 A. 3. FBANCISnO.
THOSE BEAUTIFUL. STYLES OF SOFT
WE are now receiving and take pleasure In re-
eommending them to our customers. Some
very beautiful new stylei and new colors, at the Hat J. J
Emporium of A.J. FRANCISOO,
apr4 No. 83 Public Bqua e.
PAXAItlA An LKGHIMtN II TM for men
ari'l boys, inclu ling the b ass and brown color. A very
beam if al assortment at
CIIILDICEX F.WCV SntAWS, in end
1. 4i variety, at the r'ashlooable Hat Store o'
ap 4 FRANCISCO.
FSE3H ASEI7AL Oi BP Rim 3 AND SUMMEE
B. II. C U T T E R,
N03. 8 AND 59 CORNER 00LL5GS AND BROADWAT,
HAS receiver! his stock of Bonu, fhors. Hats
Trunks, Valises, Carpet-Rafrs, Ac, for the 3el
Fring aad Mummer Trade, consisting in part as jP Ftl
Ladies flue Kid and Mor. Bootees, thin and thick sole,
Kid Slippers, plain and tri'omcd,
' " Lasting Uaiters, side and front lace;
" " Lasting Patent Gaiters, extra fine:
" " KidOaiU-rs, Buskins and 1 ies:
" " Velvet and Carpet SUpi.eri.
Misses' " KM snd Mar. hlippers, Welted and P. 8ole;
hid PI ppers. of various styles:
Misse t and Childreu's Listing Uaiters and Con. Bootees;
Children's tine Kid and Mor. Rootees, Welted and P. Sole;
' " " Slippers and Ankle Ties;
Fancy Glove Kid Top Bootees;
Women's extra size Kid Bootees. Bu kins a- d Slippers;
' " " Mor. " pegged and sewe I.
Servants' heavy C f. Kip snd Mor. Bootees, extra sls-s ;
tieatlemen's fine Calf pegged and sewed Boots:
" " " tipera "
Gent's fine Congress, Calf, Pat. Buskin, Kid and Lasting
Gents fine Congress, Ca'f, Pat. and Kid Oxford Ties;
" Ltstioa Brnpaos, of various styles,
Boyt Youth's and Children's Ca f, Pat. Leather and Kid
Conjrret Gailera an.l Oxford Ties.
ALS'. Mpb's, Hoys' an I Youth's Calf, Kip and Congress
Brogtns of every descripiinn, extra rses.
ALSO. A larae stock of 1 ranks. Valises and Carpet. Bags
of the b-st quxlity
HAin, lUTd, II tTS. I have reoelved, direct frr.ro tha
mimra torles, all the lit-st styles of rlpnng and Pu.nmer
Hats, consisting of superior Caeimere and mi't For Hati of
every anali'y, tote her with art endless varletv of fine Leg
horn, Pansma aod Utraw, for Bjys, Men and Children, a'
of which will be sol i on Ihs most reasonable i"mi for caah,
ortopunciuil dea era b. R. CUTrKit,
arr4 Kos 86 and P9 onr of Oreleee and H oawsv.
IAI.NO KE I'.Fcons aotlv on hand a lull asaortment
of Leather Betting, froa ta 18 inches in width, and
ihe best article ol Brace leather, wiih Copper iUnds and
Rivets. Farmers and Machine vs would find it to their in
terest to examine my stock before purchasing.
b. r. curre,
apr4 Nos. 86 and 89 co College and Broad say.
The State vs. Charlotte Tampike Co. and A. L. Demons.
BY virtue of an alias wr't cf venditioni Krftna to me di
rected, and drlivered from the Honorable ( r minel t'ourt
of Davidson county, Tennessee, at its liecemher Term, IS." 6,
I will expose to public saie, to the hijihest biihler, fir cash,
at the Court-hmi-e yard aate, in the city of Nashvil e, on
Saturday, the 2d day of May, ISbT, all the right, title, claim,
interest and estate which the Charlotte Turnpike Compmy
then had, or may have since acquired In and to the following
described Real Estate, to wit: All of the Turnpike Road run
ning from the town of Nashville to the top oi the Kidiie, one
n-ile beyond K (j ih Robertson's, in a direction tn the WesUrn
District, via Charlotte, lying, heintr, and situated in the
county of Davidson at d State of Tennesse-, Alio, the Toll
gate, the Toll-houses, and the Land upon which said gates
and houses are si'.ua ed, brine about one acre at each gate
ani bonne, wiih all 'he appurtenances thereunto beloniftng,
such Road Ac being commonly known as the barlotte
Turnpike Road, being cried on as the prope ty of the Char
lotte Turnpike Company to sa'isfya verdict rendrr-d In
favor of the 'tats of Tennessee against the Charlotte Turn
pike aompany and A. L. Demons.
E. D. BAXTER,
apr4 W4t ' ' Deputy ,-herifl.
Chtanrerr Cwurt at !Ma-hvllle.
Rees W. Torter vs. Central Bank et als.
AT the office of the Clerk and Master of the Chancery
Court at Nashville, on the S5th day of February, 18", 7,
on motion of complainant, by counsel in the above cause,
and it appeearing to the satisfaction of the Clerk and Master,
that the said defeodaat, tha Central Bank, er the officers of
said Hank, are non-residents of the Plats of TenneseVe, aod
therefore the ordinary process of this Court cannot be serve
npon them, it :s, therefore, ordered by the Clerk aod Master
that puhlicati m be made for four weeks in succession in the
Nashville Patriot. a newspaper published in the eiiy of Nash
ville, requiring sai 1 defendinta to appear at the next term
of the Chancery Court to be boklen for the county of David
sob, at the Court-house thereof, In tha eitr of Naihviile, on
tha first Mnnpay in May next, and answer said bill, or tha
same will be taken for confessed aa to tbem and set down for
hearing ex parte. C. D. BRIKS,
apr4 W4tpr'.fee3 Clerk and Master.
A ItKT'lll I PHI MCIA., 75 yea-Tof age,
ta. having lost his tather, two brothers, daughter, son in
law, nephews and nrires, by that dreadful di-ease. Con
sutnpt on, and suffering with a Congh himself, determined
to vUil the tt Indies, Egypt and Japan, where ha dis
covered a preventive and certain core for Colds, Coughs,
Bronchitis, Consumption, Nervous Debility, and Asthma.
His cough was cured immediatelr; ha returned, eared his
relatives, who Inherited the disease, and in connection
with his Son have employed it In their practice, curing
thousands of cases considered honele by o'hers For tbe
purpose of rescuing as many of his suffering fellow helngs
as possible, he Is sending tha Recipe to all who wish it for
10 eents; 3 of it to pay the postage, aod the balance print
ing. Address Dr. UKATH.IOI Spring street opposite St.
hicholas Hotel. Sew York. ar4 tSmWv
K EW HOM E TO .VIE.TIFIIIS.
FAKE ONLY $18.
TIME TUROCGII 25 HOURS.
TRAIt3 run through from fttevenson to Memphis aad
make close conoee Ion with Trains oa the Saahville
and C'at'annoga RaJIrosd at Stevensna. Through th k-ts
from Nashviua W Usapsn sold for Time taroufh 83
RPassengers should leave Nashville on the 5 o'clock P M
Train, which arnrws at tuvansoi at t:' A. M., aad eaa
aecu with Trains for Memphis. Ha delay sscept In chang
ing tare. 0. L. ANDkR.SON,
P" Tat Ageat.
MRS. SUSAN C. WITIIEKS!
nAYORABLY known as Teacher sf Mu-ic ta Kentucky.
has located Ut Nashville, and desires tits patronage ef
the community, gue leachtM Piano, Uutar, aad Cultiva
tion of tha voice.
Tasas per quarter for lnstruaMnlal, aad $30 for
vocal instruction Included.
t an be fou d at No 34 bummer street.
Rsriaxsi ta Rev. J. w. Hovte, M. D.; IT. L. D.
Wus'oo; Rev. J. Il'intington; Mr. J. F. Pearl; Dr. E.
W. B hua; Rev. A. Hartpence. aprj lw
1.1'GOLRICK &, UURNS,
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL C05TECTI05E23
A EE weealog at their eaea -Iwhmeat, ,:a afarkst etree'.
Na. Ha, belt aoarta Mr. Power a Ctethiog Ham, a
eev I ao-or maat af Ce:oto.i-., ahlea tiiey ia eo4
aeihag aa vary rwaaoaabla tseas, sad trast, by their attea
tioa ie assess ta la toes tha pa We to astaad to tAea a
'tbsraJ share af latronaga. Aasnf tha leaiiijg aruct.s
aow en hand, aad wruea utey wui be raeeiving. are tha fot.
Caeds, af wert varletj; Fioa Apple aad Ohio Ches;
F us,f every klndj Br.nJieaa Wiaes.kest br'da!
assorted. Corn als, ef every variatyt
FickK-ao sters aod f ardlner, A cad Porur
Sfcad andAatma i; Fine Car. '
With a vario r of article aot herasa aaassaratad.
lasonoee ioa wiih tbeir Cacil frrrr. Uler lov'.lelhe
atienuja of U pihLt t th,r ktar, area atkrh a tail
saPi.! a h-eeh Or i. Uaas, aa fa-aey aaa few had.
Vi j wiM be made ap to Mer, aal aarafOlj ssaa ia aa
pan of iheeitr.
l! aearmaneatiy ioctud here, w, wf oMesw. wah ta
be p.trsiuted hhera,,, i, ta, ,Bi vt laiawd selMeg aa
g4 uruia, aad fef eur demeaaes easasassrA aaraHa
u k a I aotica af a gxra ptsda. Wa rtvaMctfe.W law
VAa i's-aotr litifi, wcm art) i aar Uaa as uAt, t g v
at a rail twfora barchaaiBf &ev her,
p ea atei mc a anata.
Tiraliiil'i Cora Planter. -
Ifeavaasataulcrtof hossadeb aat COEt PL 1ST
E ".' aow aa baa t; tha aaoat orwr ta -
OITIL 33EESS Big,
Lessee and Manager
POflTTTELT FOSTWO NIGHTS ONLT, C0MWENCINO
Saturday Evening, April 4, 1857,
the world benowned
THE rjUBIVALLED MAGICIA5,
WILL o en his mign:Ocent Temple of Enchantment aa
the above ecnm(, when ha w II introduee snaay
new and oriirinil. Musical and Mystenariachial lliusioas,
IiansformationHDeptioas, Ae. .
Admission, Br eents.
- Colored Aatery ........ !5
Colored Box, ; 80 "
XST" Doors open at quarter before 7; Curiaia rises at
quarter bif ire S o'clock.
tW" Srats eao be s-.carcd from to to 18 A . M., and trrm
8 to 4 P. M.
t& Wot particulars, see hil t of the dav.
G. CLtKKS HE tDERSON, Agt.
Auction Sale or Groceries.
W. II. Gordon & Co.
01 WIDNKSDAY next, 8th of April. 18JT, w wilt ofler
a- public saie. in our usual qnanti'ies
225 bhds common, f-lr, prime and choice Jugar;
100 bhls PUntation Molasses;
800 bags fai- and prima Rio Coffee;
MJ bbls Whisky:
S H)U bundles medium and D. r. Wrappiig Papa;
9i eases, one dnien each, fine Bran-ics,
With many o her anicles.
Terms of Sale:
All snms aider $200, Cah; all sums over $3H) snd nn
der 2,Ui(, 4 davs; all sums over S'-'.OOO, 9v days credit
for approved ando ed Botes, psyable in one ol the City
Banks W. H. Gt'RDDN k CO.
N. B Previous to our regular sale, commencing at 10
o'clock precisely, we will tell tor cash, fr account ot whom
It may concern, a Urge lot of different kinds of Goods re
ceived from the wreck of the steamer A. L. Davis.
aort W. H. G. k CO.
BEGULAft AUCTION SAIE OF GB0CEOLE3
II. S. FRENCH & SON.
0!f TCKSDAT. APRIL TTH. 1S5T. at 19 o'clock, A.
M., wa will offer for sale in front of onr Warehouse, cor
ner of Market and Clark streets, the following articles, to
1IK) hhds Sugar,
23 bbls Loaf Sugar,
SO bbls Crushed fugar;
200 bags Rio Coffee;
SO bags Laguyra Coffee;
35 bags Java Coffee;
SO caks super Carbonate
1000 kegs Nails,
SO bbls Vinegtr,
liH) dos Buckets
ion bis best Tallow Candles,
100 boxes Cheese,
600 bls Whisky, assorted
23 bbls American Brandy,
10 X bbls do do,
10 bbls . O. Rum,
60 bbls Julius H. Smith's aid
85 bbls Old Boarbon Whisk'
100 bbls Molasses,
20 bbls Old Rye Whisky,
50 bbls Mackerel, Noa. 1, S, 100,0j0 extra Cigars, varioa
10 bags Pepper,
SO bags Gitwer,
i ceroons Indigo,
( boxer Star Candles,
SCO X boxes do;
200 X co do.
100 boxes Melee Cigars,
l'H boxes Cheroots,
101 boses Tobacco, W. H.
House and other brands,
SO boxes Jars,
100 boxes Tumblers.
Together with various othtr articles ioour line.
April 8. U.S. FRENCH A 80X,
AUCTION SALE OF GROCERIES
O TACf!9DAY MORN'VO, APRIL 9TH, J?5T, at
10 o'clock, we will offse at Aetna, in fiont of our
Btoie on Market street, a I rga snd weM-seiected stock of
Groceries, Wines, Liquors, A-. v :
IO hhds fnir to choice Sugar.SuO bags fair to choice Rio
liN) bbl Molates; CnflW;
li'O )4 do do. 20 parktges Mackerel;
60 bxs extra lod Fish; S boxes H- rrings;
20 cats Ma. dines; 60 boxes F ncv OanHy;
S'i coils Rniie, ass'd siies; 60 drien painted Buckets:
0 nrtsHaif B ieheh; 14 buexs Vn. Tobacco, vari-
5",0 0 Cigurs, various brands; eus brands;
Iini boxes Star Candies; f0 X b,.X's Star Candles;
f O q.inrter do; Si boxes Tllow Canlles;
P"0 kegs Ntils, best brands; 100 bbls Magnolia Whlskv;
1(Ml bbli W hiskv, vsr's 100 do fine Whisky, various
2i i'0 American I ranWy; brands;
l Ja' pipes do; 10 bits in;
I'M) boxes RarSap; 4?0 bjxes olassware, ass'd;
100 bhls Cider Vini-gar, 111 tieices Kite.
With various other arlfcles in te Grmerv line.
April 2 MORIII3 A'SI RATTON.
CIlsFIt, riDEIt. Thisdivb' Sa!lie Wg treoelv.
ed 3: b; li t. Louis Cidor. C ill so n if yoa wish any
good iler. D. W. hUiSKLU Agent,
marchl Corner isma-l and Front streets.
NASHVILLE UK BEE Y A E D .
J. C. DAKDEX,
LEVI BE It, SIIIvI;EE4 AND BOARD.
T HATE on hand a large lot of Cedar, Yellow snd White
L Pie Flooring, Oar White Cine, P.tpiar Plan, Jois is,
Scantling, Square Cedar, Cedsr Piankand Pot ter Shingles.
1 have Ave Miili rutting Poplrr and Cedar, one oresung
Poplar, and on Ye low Pine Flooring. One Shingle Ma
chine, making No. I Poplar Shingl-s. Ail in constant opet a
tion I c in supply any quantiiy of Ljroher or Shingles at
the shortest notice and at the lowed prices for tha cash.
Leave jour orders for prompt attention with
J. C. DtR EV,
marchSI Nashville Lumber Yard, No. Ill Bioadway.
Land Warrants Located.
I SHALL leave for the North-West .bout the 1st of May.
Persons having Land Warrants which they wish located
will 6nd this a favorable opportunity. Having visited this
section at various times withio the last nineteen years, I
leel eonfident of being ab s to make locations that will ba
satisfactory to those who wish to mske Investn-enla. My
eha'ges wil' he 10 per rent, on amount of investment I
refer to the buniness community of Nashville generally.
For further informatian, apply to
J. O. FFLLOWrS.
march2o-td No. SS Cherry street N ishville.
r"pHE nnderHgned having ascertained that the estate of
A C M tuition, dee'd, is insolvent, and having sag
ge-ted the in-ol reDcy of ihe same, all persons are hereby
notified to (lie their ciairaj with the Clerk nf tbe County
Court of Davidson county, n y aut' ent eated, on or before
thM l.t H j v o f Aiin.l I i.,7 . n I . 1 1 i j . k. .
-j - . ' v ii . minuwa u
the estale are req n-ated to pay their accouott without de-
m nn; wui oe piaceu in uis naoai of an omrer rir col
lection W. H. IV S3,
march81 dim Adminiatralor.
io. 12 College Street.
31AKC1I 31, 1857.
TIIB undersigned has received to day : hk
Ladies' Tuin fcole Kid BooU, with heels:
" Boe " " Lating Gaiters, with heels ft
" " " " pi.ln and tipt Gaiters;1 w-W
" " " Kid and Fur Morocco BooU;
M Kid Slippers, plain aad trlmausd;
M - with heels;
Misses' aad Children's Lasting Gaiters:
" " K.d and French Morocco Boots;
Chi dren's Kid Buckle Ties and Slippers;
A few uosen Men's fine sewed Oxford Ties;
Men's Calf Dress Shoes, low quarters,
apri JOHV RAM AO K.
S WT POTATOES.
JL'ST received and for sale. ItW bbls S WEtr POTATOtS,
by KIRKFATRICK, .KEVINS k CO
marrhIT 9tr No. tb Market sueei.
House and Lot for Sale.
BT virtue of a decree pronounced by the Omnty Cosrt
or Hed'o d county, at the Mar oh term, IrsOT. in the
case of J. F. Calhoun and nth era, ex parte, I will aed ia the
city of Na hrille, on FRIDAY, the 1st day of May next,
one House and Lot la the eity of Nashsll e, known as Lot
611, In tbe plat ef lots made out for L. U. Lanier, and regis
urrd ia tbe Regt ter'soDee of Davidson eouoty, lo Hook
No. li, pases f..i aod 6&S. Said lot is ailualed oa tha ear
nerof WashiogUia street.
Tasaa.-Said Lot will be (old as follows: The purchaser
will be required to pay one-third in cash; the balance ia
squl parmenta of six aud twelve snoaths: parcneeer giv
ing aond and two approved seeuri'ies.
t'tr" Sale tt he tuado at the onraer ef Ihe Market-hoase.
mmsrehlo td JO. II. IU JMPdoN, Comausaioaer.
"H1 R0ME8TFADOF MATTlirW NfL'ON, psoVaV
This tract ia beaotifuUv siiealed en thw a. A C.ZJZ
Railroad, It miles front Nashville, and is known to bo ids
very best lend in Ruihertord county. U0 acres under a
good cenar fence aad moe:ly In ealUvattoa; the balance
well timbered. Harriear.e Creek runs through the enure
tract affording aa abundance of wa'er thedryesi aeason.-
There are alo a ouejber o perpetual p-ing-s, which make
it a very desirable Stock Farm. The soil la rich snoagh to
speak for iu-el',aad is well adapted to the growth of eottoo,
tohacro, grain or grass
Tbe itnproveroenta consist oi a frame Dwelling with sevea
rooms, all out-bouses complete, g o, barn, stable, etc.
Tie subscriber win be lo Nashxiile a tew weeks, and will
taks pleasure in showing Ihe pre-ntses ut any wLo way de
sire io parchaso. Terms eay; poMession glvea immedi
ateljr. fcblO-lf 0 L. NELSON.
r WILL pay Cash for LAND WARRANTS at my eee
I No. S3 Cherry street. In my absence apply to A. B
Shank land fobniyj J. G. FKLLOWA.
"Wise's Summer Opening!
YYTtl.L, If Paris Mirheery tsUblismeats ran sw-paaa
v Wiae'soa his nr early Spring opening of Fancy
BoaneU aod Milimary Goode soase two weoss since, St
mast indeed fa a Paradise of Fahioo Bat ahy tkosld
the not bo equal, as ha has his A teat there to forward
ttt lea aavl (a.hiuas by every steamer.
It is astonishing to see that tbe large stock opener1 oa
the lota tost., has ad gone forth ta bedeck his lair hvfy
Mends ta esery partof Tecnesaee aad A'seawa; aal ha
now gives nauce to hisetty Uaoeiaet, aa Wattteoday, the
1st or April, he opens bis nul esqtuaile seioct aod sty wh
llata aod Miiltoeey Goods, eOMstiag of over Aw rich
tb.p aa4 Fancy Boaeis,at to M arf.aaaed iareWofkl
ol sa.hioo. aoaaLsoia oa thai ay, aa lhay have area
mavis f out fasA oa ouU cays aad Ik at ta U pleases!
veath'-r, thty wUI go la a hurry. As Mas ssvhe graoslesA
stas-k a WoMi evr eshihited by h,m,bo Arasu It aewsvo
Uiatouap.MMMt Itija his ia j t ars4. aw. tod
iSevr Sprin; and Saniiner Guads.
I AM aow receiving my stock of BPafSO AND f tTMMKt
UKhJtM. ef the latest styles, sxpre)ty for ItisiMaisI
wear, a wt aca 1 ibvuo the a leauuei ol mj tastoaera aad
the pwouo gese'ajly.
At. ecurra RFPOR? OF FASHIO'S for tatVrrlag
" vsl t4 College slrtct.
Is now la rasatpt ot his asoarlaxai tt . . .
SPllLXG .45 D SlJlilES GOODS,
To ehlA ho rosvenfary asaa the tlealtM of V frisada
a4 taspaaita geaca ly.
sal" t .
t ni rrit roit a ilk the isnowiaa stzavo
1 BtLUt PuAtra; usog a kwx al H soba- .
Uwa at (1 f ee hao-tved, ns as ipar aacdred,
Ty ors ajlag at fi Pof hoadeoJ.
Ai! eed-H-sier aiih tne at lis ' h- a 0 we aaa
4s ss at 4erd. pfsaji alsa is 1 1. .
tsar, lX-li iAiiLi K. WALKIa.
' . : ; . ... ' i '-'.
Tom Hoore's Life Complete j
W. T. Berry & Company
' HAYS JUST RECEIVED
MEMOIRS, JOURNAL AND CORRESPONDENCE
Til O MA S MOORE.
IDITED RY LORD JrtHM RTS-'KLL.
S vo's. royal 8 vo., cloth.
. . Opioiom cf tha Pttis. - "
"Who has not heard of Tom Mcore, he Irish Poet f To
all who have aver read M- ropolar Melod ea. this new work
will prove exceedingly Interesting, especisriy tha aotobioe- j
raDhy of the Poet. frot his e-rhst recollections fo man- r
hood. We heartily recommend it. Y.Corir. i
"Thomas Moore is the !at of he great poets that flour .
Ished in the beginning of the century. A biography,
sb'y written rost he esger'y soight sf er. ThgpobTI
are g-eat'y Indebted to the Messrs. Apple ton for the cheap
and elerant manner in which they hare isaufd It." -V, 1
" This work has been morh locked for wl-.h Interest b
tha admirers of the sweetest hard of modern titaes. ThA
w ork has not dtsanpoln'ed as. The sparkling vivacity
of Moore's letters will recommend Ihem aa models of stylo
to thos who a m at etnineree in epistolary eorrespcad
enee." JTlany Etqihtrr.
' " Every one who has the least tasle fir elegant 'Iterators
will at once procure a copy of tne work." Qurletir
" ft seem to ns that Lord John Russell has prepared a
very creditable work Indeed. Fe evidently enfered upon
Hronamore, and has. we thlrk, porsned it ta tre end with
BdeNty, enthusiasm and secaracy." BritUA Cotout.
" The work has two great attraction one on te subleet
-the other the edtor. Rut one cannot look Into It without
seeming that it answered the highest experta'iot s that
could be legltitra'e'y formed of If. The work win, of coarse,
b a gm in the H'eealnre of the day. AiTxtny Argus.
Tat is edited with aMltv. the na-ne name of Kngland's
great statesman is a guaraty. JT. Y.Churehman.
"Moore's Lift, he RtsseP, presents a Strklng pietore
Fnglfsh life, such as came witMn the observstloa and ex
perience of the prffSnuf Vm ChrWiitn Adrocrrt.
" We seen the m(n"t ia, fseetim. et eetera, ef one of the
most versatile, vo nnteoos and melodeous barda who eve
sang. His Intimacies with all the geniuses of the day.
whether they were poets, artists, or statesmen, aed the
naivete with which he honestlv rattles away, about every-
Mng In hi own literary life, er his sceial either, ia which
latter we can but be amused at his bon virant propensities,
have tn his style of narrating them much more of a charm
forns thsn we generally Pnd In the p-ivate life of men ef
genius, even where the enrafn hi as deenrously drawn aside
as we Snd it here."-5rjftrrfpjr EudgtU -
W s. B. k Cs. h-.ve also ot sale
Tn! FAOI.HH FPITTON Of MOORE'S LIFS A 3D
roRFPI1NTrNrr. In R vol.. H mo..eMtti.
r!f eomplanee with a decree of the Chanoerv Crwrt a
Nahville,at the Nov. mber Term. 1 a, in the ease
A Ibert Dreyfovs et als bv sc., rat ntrU. I shall, on the 41
dsv of April next, exnose for public sale, to the Mrh-s
bidder, at the Court-yard Gate, io ssid e-tv, the Mlnwit '
described lt nr parcel of Land, lying on tho rlh isle o-
Iac r ranch, heir.g nart of Lot No. 31 in Raich A Whiteside'a
Ad -U rn to Naghvil'e. and hounded as Ail'ow-: t'omrrene-
ing st A. L. S imuel-' picket fence and runn ng to le .aid
H?k brnnch. and thence running with the meanders sf sunt
branch down the same to a point half- was between Cherrv
and College street, thence on a line half-way between said
streets (and in a parallel line wi:h them both) to spout
at rgni aniries with tne neginnmg, inmre In a straight hne
to the beginning. There is one or more tern ments on said
propertv, a more parncular description of which will be
given on the dvr of sale.
Tsa.s One and to years, wiih notes well serarad ani
a lien retained. lebio ft a D. BRIKN, C. k M.
cii am-i' it v s.tLi:.
FOR and on aceonnt of Jmes P. M iury, Comniisste-j.
er in thsca-e of 1. E. Perkins and Marthahis wife,
Wlibam Rpjj snd Sallr C. hs wife. Ahram P. M tory,
Peptima Manrv and Fenlinand C. Mury, heirs at law of
Mary K.T. Msury, Hex e sed, bv virae of a decree nf the
Chanerry Court at Nashville, In said cause, t wid sell at
pub'lcssle, op the prern se, on WKO lrSDAY, the Villi
raol April, abont SO Ints In Nahville. in front of the
Water Works, a mo- particular Iec iprlon of which will
appesr In banrt-MI.. to be is-u- d hefnrs day of sale
fa'-as -A eredii of o-e, two n I three sracs, fur notes
taUsfaclcrily s cur d. be Ins- interest and a den rets ned
A. V. 8. L-N).LEY. S College s rret.
M fl Lsiscnrg , A -n loier mtrrvit
CHA5CERT SALE. '.
FOR and na account of the Clerk and Master, In the
ca-eof Henrv Crutch r.a.lirla.straior, Ac. vs T. H.
Crntcher t sis, in the l hanc rv Crurt at Na.hvil e, by
virtue or a de re lu said eaase, I will, on Titl'HSDA V,
the 7th of May next, on the premises, sell at public sale,
fortv-fle a-res of 1. AMD, in Iailsoa coantr, 1 eonessee,
on the Wh te's Cr-ek Turn;k and on Cumnerlxn River,
ad olnirg the lards of Dr. Shelby. This tsct sill be sub
divided in n sm il'er ones of frrm t o ta fls sere , a mote
oarticu ar dercip ion ef which will spte'V in haad-bills
before the das of sale.
Tasas -A ererlit of one, two and three years, lor notes
satisfartnrilv ee re.), hearing Interest and a lien retained,
ale at 11 o'clock, A M.
A. T. S. LmSLFT.
E. R. Pussoocg. A a tioneer u aprl
CHA5CI2T SALE. '
FOR snd oa account of tbe Clerk and Mas'er In te ease
of Marcus B Toney br Ac, ea i arte, in t o Chancerv
Coort at Nanille. bv virtue of a decre- in said oaese, I
will, on THL'r SDAY, the Ith of May next, e the premi
ses, sell at politic sale, ten acr s of LAM D, situated in low.
er Edgefield, Davidson county. Tennessee, oa the White's
Creek Turnpike. It will te laid off bile lots, a plan of
whh b wi 1 be paldiihed be ore the dav of sale.
TBaa.-Tenty per crnt. Cash; balance In one. two
and three years 'or notes satisfactorily secored, hearing
interest and a hen retained.
A. Y 8. LI3DSLEY.
E. K. GLsrcoca, Auctioneer. a arl
JAS. A. McCLURE
HA Jost rvceived his Siting Ftock of
Pianos Melmlians, Murie-boxes, Vlo-
lin, Accnnleons,F ntes, Sheet Music, Music- f f sf 11
noogs, rtrinss, te., sc.. which Is the large t Stock everrx
hihited in Nuiiville. His Sloe of Plan-Fortes le very
large, (fl'teen In number.) embracing all the diferent
sires, l6,V,,6Ji snd I cclaves.) aod.tyhi of cases, from
ifi to i'ti. rhesa Pianos are f oia the celebrated
makers, A. H. Gale A Co , "teinway A Lows, and Seob-bell-r
A Smitt, of New York, lor puritv, evrnoess and
brilliancy of tones, and elasticity ol truck, they are ansar
Kvery Instrument sold by me is folly warranted,
All the aew publications of StMoA-masie can he had by
glvl-g as a call.
Those ia want of Fealh Dusters, made of the Boost
Ostrich Feathers, eao Bud the Urgest assortment la Ihe
city by calling at M, L'n.on a reet, between College and
N. B. My wholesale stock Is large and well selected.
Oountry Merchants and o hers dealing in Musical Mer
chandise ean save freight, insurance, etc., by buy log from
me, instead of going ait. ti ive me a trial aprt
NEVBOO TANlTsTFoE STORE?
SNYDER k FR1ZZFLL are now receiving ant will eon
tmee to receive daily a choice aud well selected stock
at Bots and Shoes, e xpresly for the Retail Trado Their
stock of Ladies' wear is very flci.cotststing la part sf -Glove
Kid Coagrese Uai.eia, with and without hoe to;
" I-Ids lac 14
" Front-tare "
Lasting Gaiters of every de criptlon, with and without
Sdpoere of every d'scription, with and without heels ;
a hile Kid, Satin and 8 Ik Gaiters;
" iMppers. With heels.
Also, M. sees' end CMldrsn s Shoos rf every descrlpt'nn;
Oens wear of every kind aad style, made br toe best asaa
aiaetorere ia Ikiiade'piiia, toceiher with a aae sloes of
Servants Shoes, Brogaos, Ao. CH at No. xl Pooilo Muare.
aprl 8NY0. R A F 'IZZKI.L.
Tnniia, Valises, &c.
SXYDFR k FK1ZZ) LL have aa hand some lee Sol
Leather Trunks, Valises, Carpet Hags and Bstebrsy,
that eanm tb- rxcelle.1 in ths market, which aroufered at
low 6gures, at No. xl Public Square.
apri bo SNTDItH k FR1ZZELL.
CLIFTON7 & ABBOTT
UJ WLO resn-o f.l'y sail the attentirn of their friends
abd Uxpublio grnerady lo their pre-ent stock of
Svrlns ant Summer Cioods,
eonsisiiog of M.-n's ani Boys' Clothing of all styles aod
la the greatest varietv. amoog which are Uriihh rTalf-tTree,
a suiMrror artlc!.; Finer and I'ottna II If U se; erie
Irel Half Hose; .Nnroa, le Joiovule, LomIoo, auaa rva
varietv of o her Sack Ties, a very rich a-sonmeot D us
atk S..k Cravs'a, ii.k, lid, I i-le Thread and other () ;
Mar.eiJ.is, Fsacv and white blurts; Shirt Coiiars, both
fancy aad white; iilk D.-awrs aod Bhh-u; Merino, Leslie
Thread and Jraa ohiris aud Drawers. These are a few
amoog a list of artie es um numerous to menitua, tst re
Wa are fast ia receipt of a large assortment of Imbrot
dertea of His trie, sMaok aod White Laces aaJ Idgings
of ait widths aad superior quality. Bonnet aad Bash sUa
Boaa,8alia Tafsta Ribioos of all widths aai eolora.
A. i. DOCA1 k CO., f ablle Square.
We have aow h store the largest aaJ best aseos ted tech
if WHIT COODi of Freoea an EotrUsh taaao'actarea,
if,n aai f ainsook Muslias also Jaeooetu aad Case
brlos which ws are ssoliag at low prkea. . .., .;.,
A. i. DC MCA S A CO., PaiUe Fqaare,
Ws are aee la reostpA of Urfe staok of French aa4
trtsb Liaeas,Us4a 8iee.'a aad PUlest Caao Liaooo of
M oklibs, Faaef o ewd la asaa, Ac, As. .
A. I. TOCA k CO.
SS eases IaohOriCAXDIES JACOTtETTS,
ea4le?irSLI3iefeaaroaew s'.yWe, to wh'eh wa
lartto the attention of doalor a.
A. 3. DCXCAX A Ca
Jft esses new ety!e PHHTI al U4 U ear stock, all
of the latest prlagstytea. A. J. DCSCATI k CO.
Oar stack hi large aai well assorted aad will he kept aa
ky the addition of Ss Oowis through out the ssasort.
A 3. DCSCAS,
tMtv-h4 Is 74 PnhSM eXiuare
w 9 eonsas-wattoe ef want ef stock during the winter ooatnat
I oad aaeoteow So saarhisery, by tre, at eoo of our prta
esvai Ooitsta Faa--t, there ts cu'y soe -tenth Cottna-Cossi
aoogti oaSa ta sapplv tbe erJsrs a bach I receive for tha
arurt. 1 e dug the bwst I eaa to sopply my cossoeaet-a,
ia a aa a pan of the orAsre ae thev eosao, so tare; aad aab
ash thisbv way al axplasauoa te theeo who have faore4
euA tfcaii wracs. A- M Sjti,.rT. .
. Wjoi-Wsra aa4 C jr's Deaser,
.aM:t&t-la . - i C Jiao.O.
taarstrt-ia aa kistSttOKi A ct, ;
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