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SMITH, CAMP & CO., Proprietor!.
W. HT. SMITH and IRA F. J03TES, Editor.
OlBem Ho. 16, t i t I Deadertck Street.
(apt, IlerndoU) V. S. X.
Tbis gentleman, who had the command of the
Central America, is well known to Ihe country, as
well as to the Navy and for the roiefortuua that
baa b fallen birn, the regret will be profound amid
a wide circle of admiring friends ia all parts of the
Copt. Uorodon is from Virginia, near Fredericks
burg, and has been in the Nary from his boy
bood without a blot upon hia career as a gen
tleman, or an officer, lie most be -now about 45
years of age, and in the Navy he has been employ
ed continually (rorn bis boyhood opto the present
limp for his position on the Central America is
rural as we!l as mercantile. He rendered the
country gal'ant service in the Florida war, off the
coast and in the Usuries of Florida, and suffered
severely in bis health from the p-stilential miasma
of that service. He was under Commodore Perry
during the Mexican war, and off Vera Cruz during
the greater part of that war; win re, as an officer
for activity, energy and fearlessutro, he was mong
the very first. The Government of Mr. Polk so
highly appreciated his services that, in looking
bout for a gallant, efficient and hardy man, to ex-,
plore the Amnion, they selected Li in for that dan
gerous service. Hrf entered South America by
way of Peru, and crossing the Andes, came to the
sources arid branches of the Amnion, and in' bis
bark drifted or rowed down its immense length to
Prra in Braz.l, to the delight and amazement of bis
friends, who, from his lung stay upon the upper
waUrs, had almost given him up lor lost. His ad
mirable and instructive Report to the Government
of tbis Exploration is known to every body in this
country, and it has been read and re read with
like delight in all parts of the world.
Congress cheerfully awarded him a gratuity of
ten thousand dollars, for Lis courage, perseverence
and heroism amid all his triuls and difficulties. We
had hoped and prayed that he was anions the
save ', bet we see he is not, and be is the last
man who would give up or abandon bis ship. Now,
the loss of such a man ia to be deplored not only
by bis friend', but by his whole country. As a
Kaval Officer be never shirked nor avoided a duty,
but always courted dangers in war, in climate, and
m land, aa well as on sea. In every quarter of
the globe he has served bis country, and in almost
very port where our National flag has floated,
he has been under it, and in its service. He leaves
wife and daughter now in this ci'y, and among
his relatives is Lieut. Maury, of V ashiegton. iV.
Thi Ohio Lira and Tkcst Company. We are
Informed that this institution has made a settlement
with the Merchants' Bank of Cleveland, and thai
the attachment of the latter ia now voluntarily dis
charged. The settlement includes the transfer to
the Merchants' Bank of the bankiner house and lot
of the Life and Trust Company, on the corner of
intra ana Alain streets in this city, and other pro
perty. The price at which the banking-house of
the company was put was $125,000. All the gar
nishees in the different parts of the Stale are re
leased by thia settlement.
We understand that one of the home committee
has returned, and states that the company will be
able to meet all its engagements. We may look
for a full statement, we hope, in a few days. Cin
The authorities of Bait more, in their protracted
search for tme source from which might be ob
tained an ad quaie supply of water for their city,
have at length bit upon a plan of constructing, by
artificial meaus, a sheet of water to be called Lake
Roland, in a picturesque but narrow valley. . En
gineers and surveyors have been employed to carry
out the enterprise and measures have been adopted
to boy the requisite land. The lake will cover
when finished one hundred and nineteen acres.
It is to be formed by means of .a stream which runs
through the valley, and whose watersare to be re
tained by a breast wot k across the valley.
3?Tbe New York Mirror says that the investi
gation into the afiaira of the Ohio Life and Trust
Company, which has been going on for some time,
shows a better state of things than was expected.
It was stated that there are large credits which will
be ample to pay off all the Company's indebted-
nets atid leave something to the stockholdirs. The
Stock sold at the low figure of 8.
Romance feud Itealily.
We find in the lut number of the Cynthina Age,
the following notice of a wedding in which one of
oar citizens acted a prominent part:
In tbis (Uarruson) county, on September 16th,
by Elder John A. Gauo, Jame It. Swjsmt, Eaq.,
of Loulsiille, and Mi.s Lidk Lilly, daughter of
Pleasant Lilly, Esq., of this county.
Perhaps no marriage which has ever taken place
In this county was brought about in a manner more
romantic than the one we chronicle above. Even
at the i isk of shocking our friend Swiuucv, and in
curring his dti-pleasim-, we wi I relate very briefly
how be came and saw and couque red, and trans
planted to his own home one of the loveliest
daughters of our county. Our friend was original
ly captivated by the (tamo. His opportunities for
discovering beautiful combinations of names was
excellent Uepussed over the common, everyday
Dames, and was ftcibateia by a name whose liquid
euphony would ptrhaps have melted hearts tveu
less Kusceptitle to the tender passion than was hia.
Lide Lilly 1 What thoughts of love and flowers.
Being connected with the Post Office? department
he saw letters parsing to her whose name had woo
him. He stood it for a long while until he could
stand it no longer. We will not give detail. Suf
fice it to say, a correspondence was commeuced,
the parties almost before being acqu tinleo became
mutually enamored. They saw each other, and
loved, and now love has ripened into marriage.
This marriage touches us nearly. We have known
Swinuey as a bachelor for many years, and he, too,
is gone. Friend after friend departs. "We feel
like one who treads alone some banquet ball da
serted." It reminds us that "it is once appoint
ed" unto mcst men to get married.
"Though fools scorn Uymeu's gentle powers,
They who improve its golden hours
By sweet expeiience know,
That marriage, rightly understood,
Gives to the tender and the good
A paradire below."
P. S. The cake came.
TlRKlBL BCTOIIRBT IS INDIANA. The
Evanville Journal Las the particular of a
terrible affair that happened near that place.
On Thursday evening, at Francison, a village
on the canal, in Gibson county, about 16 miies
from this city, party of young persona were
assembled for practice In Binging. A crowd of
rowdies ood gathered about the house, and be
gan to make disturbance to annoy or break
up the singing party. The young men ia the
house among whom were two sons of Mr.
Perkins, the owner of a large flouring mill ia
thw Tillage with tbtir brother-in-law, a Mr.
Cross, came to the dour either to drive away
. the distujbers or persuade them to be quiet.
A fiaht ensued in which one of the young
Perkins was stubbed and killed on the spot
the other was Btabbed between the al.oulders
and had his tlroii. cut, and, though living
-when the mesaener left, he was Dot expected
urvlv. Young t'r.n was also stabbed, end
had his tongue cut out by the murderous tar-
Last Fond Looks. When a Kdy (we are
talkli g of Udy iu the fall height aud breadth
of fashion) has gut her bonnet and glove on,
and U perfectly ready with her parasol la hand,
he always goo Luck, to the looking-glass to
take a last food U.k. Upon our asking
dear, hamleoiue duchefa" if this was cot the
truth, and the Latiiiil traih, she had lie
charming candor to state: "Ye, my dear Punch,
it i the truth, but nut all the iru.h. No wo
man, take my word fur it, is eatied with uc
look. At least I ktiow that 1 am Lot, fur (-.ml
here onr ducbea Ut'ghrd, as though the we
pleased with hersrlf sad all the wotld) I JoiA
mind telling you, 1 invariably tak lour, tour
good oiies. The Lutl hvk ia the glass is u r my
elf, that's fair, the e.CoLtl is f.r my Luabfeud,
that's nuthiug but just; the third i for uiy t Sends
that's only ger;rvu ; and lie last Is h r toy r.
Tals , that's human nature. If the last satis
fies me, then I know tt is all right, anriia.-cui
you I never take any more!" LcrJo. Ru .
TLlsdabllitg in lotteries isc'i exactly tie
thing, that's certain. It never was r-.titable
ia the Jong run, even when the players were
protected by the law; but the Lcia who at
tsmpu to light the tattle of 1 (4 at the prescut
day, with a policy e?.. p on ciie side of h::u and
an interfiling family of twelve 0t. the other,
will find himsolf a J.c!p!ea in t'.o Land if
fate as a est, -. Ueth aut f.'j.'r, la the e -braoe
f a bull.- terror. Tiki's u "ratr
PEIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1357.
Crime ia New Orleans.-The American
Ad elaborate table of the statistics of
crime in the city of New Orleans, has been
prepared, and published ia the Crescent of
that city. From it we condense the follow
ing facts: The number of murders, man
slaughters and homicides, for seventeen
months," from February 8th, 1856, to June
30th, 1857, was 52 in six of which Amer
icans were implicated, of whom three were
tried and honorably acquitted the rest
were foreigners or unknown. The whole
number of arrests for twenty-two months,
from 1st July, 1855, to 31st May, 1857
being eleven months of Mayor Lewis's and
eleven months of Mayor Waterman's ad
ministration was 44.820: of which there
were 8,920 natives of the United States,
the rest foreigners.
The table is accompanied by a brief
commentary, all the material points of which
we subjoin, and which, for its candor and
moderation, must stand as the true-version
of the disgraceful disturbances which have
disgraced that city. It will be observed
that in 1854 and 1855, when the ballot
boxes were broken, the Attorney General,
District Attorney, Judge of the Criminal
Court, Mayor, Sheriff, and Recorders, were
all Democrats, yet not a single member of
the American parly was arrested, tried and
convicted of breaking the ballot boxes, of dis
turbing the peace, or of intimidating arty nat
uralized or native voter. Also, that in all
the contested election cases, the proof was
that every illegal vote teas cast for the Demo
cratic tided. These facts are an over
whelming refutation of the baseless slan
ders which have been propagated against
the American party from the time of their
occurrence, and should suffuse the cheeks
of those who have given the foul aspersions
currency, with the blushes of confusion and
shame. Here is the statement of the facts.
from the Crescent of September 14:
It has been boldly alleged aad the legislation of
the past two years has been based upon it that all
the murders', crimes, misdemeanors, riots, rows,
disturbances of the peace and breaking of the ballot-boxes,
are jjstly chargeable to the American
party. How unjust the charge, and how untrue in
fact, the aDnexed tables willsLow. While they are
a complete vindication of the American party, they
also convict Democratic organs and demagogues of
the perversion of truth and of the fabric nioa of
falsehood. "Crimes," observed an illustrious ora
tor, "are the acts of individual, and not of denom
inations; and therefore, arbitrarily to clat s men un
der general descriptions, in order to prosecute aud
punish them in a lump for presumed delinquency,
of which perhaps but a part, perhaps none at ail,
are guilty, is, indeed, compendious method, and
saves a world of trouble, without proof; but such a
method, instead of being law, is an act of unnatu
ral rebellion against the legal domain of rea-on and
The truth of the above remarks is obvious to aU.
That native Americans occasionally are guilty of
the minor as well as the graver offences, is lament
ably true; and that crime, in all its gradations, will
continue to shock the public conscience, is also
unfortunately true; but that either party, aa a
party, is guilty of all the enormous offences
which are committed is a libel upon human na
ture. With these remarks we will revert to an instance
or two of outrages which happened in the past few
years. Of all crimes againt the glorious right of
free suffrage, the Plaquemine fraud, conceived and
executed by the worst fragment of the Democratic
party in this city, is the most prominent. The
success, unpunished in that case, led to and was
the origin of the shameful frauds of 1853. Though
the epidemic of that summer bad decimated the
city, yet the vote was larger than it ever had been
or will be for some years to come. The substan
tial men of the city, after that election, thought it
time to act, and in the winter of 1664 a party,
called the reform party, was organized, and in the
spring brought out their ticket. With the excep
tion of the Mayor and Recorder, it succeeded
Alt. r this date it took the name of the American
party. Success has always been certain since that
date, tiinply because the unscrupulous leaders of
the Democratic party have beeu prevented from
practicing the infamous frauds of 1853. The re
sult of every subsequent election clearly demon
strates that the Democratic party ia in large minority
in this city, and that its previous success was solely
attributable to the lare number of fraudulent and
perjured votes which polluted the ballat-boxes. At
tho two last elections the American ticket bad no
opposition, and it is generally understood it will
have none in November next, the Democratic perty
not wishing to expose its weakness, but preferring
to keep up the spirits of in followers iu the couu
trv by a Falsiathan exdggeratiou of its numbers
In all large cities, when political excitement is at
fever heat, uiaturbances at or near the poIU are
likely to occur. On twooccasious the ballot boxes
were broken in 1854 st one aud iu 1855 at two
precincts. Without auy evidet.ee, without even
cause for the slightest suspicion, those act of vio
lence were attributed to the American party. At
these two dates the Attorney (ieneral. District At
torney, Judge of the Criminal Court, Mayor, Sheriff
and Recorders, were ail Democrats; and yet, with
ail their power, with the police at their command,
aided and assisted by a disappointed political fac
tion, not a singla member of the American party
was arrested, tried and convicted of breaking the
ballot-boxee, of disturbing the peace or of intimi
dating any naturnlsed or native voter. Is it not a
litiU eicgular, if the American party is guilty, that
no proof of the guilt has beeu produced by all the
vigilance of a Democratic administration lliuhl
it uot be is it not more probible, if the Attorney
General, Major, Sheriff aud Recorders had used
all the power which the law gave them, that some
arrests might have been made, and that when the
guilty should be discovered, truth would be vindi
cated and Democratic fraud exposed?
We will state a fact which ought to exonerste
the American party from the slightest suspicion
that there is any truth iu the charges made against
it. lo all tbe contested election cases Bell vs.
Uufty, Auld vs. Walton, aud others the proof
was that every illegal vote was cast for the Demo
cratic ticket. Thia demonstrates bevond doubt
ib.i the American party, never has resorted to un
worthy means to gain an end, and never baa defiled
Is It not tar more probable that those who will
disregard tbe laws of God and man, who will vote
ws.en they have no right to vote, but who will com
mit even perjury to exercise that right, are the very
persona who dUtarb the peace, get up rows aud
riou, an J break the ballot-boxes?
To regain lost power tbe infamous election law
was passed. 'or the honor of the city but one
prera could be found to advocate it, whilst almost
every Democrat denounced It. It met with aa
strenuous an opposition from tbe respectablt por
tion of the Democratic party as from the American
ptrty. The ostensible reasons assigned for iu pas
sage were tha Inefficiency of the police, and the
inuuiidatiou of the uaturaiixed voters. We will let
Mayor Lewis delend hlmMlf. ' With a pol.ee force
of 456, la eleven months be mads 19,511 arresta.
Mayor Waterman, in the asms period of time, with
a police fore of from 230 lo SOD, made 25,309
arrests; or, with 150 men lese than Mayor Lewis
bad, he made 673 arrests more. The grand tout
of aU arreta in Iwaniy-two tuot.tha is 44,820, of
which number but 320 were Americans S5.V0O
biug of foreign buUu We do not make Charts,
but we sute what is generally conceded to be a
fact, i.'it the naturalised cliixms vote the Demo
eroe ticket. Now, upon the supposition that such
is the fact, would it not be more coticouani la truth
to charge the Democratic party with the coin mi r
iou of eff-nses than tbe American pty? It three
fireioera Vote the Democratic ticket, would t;jcy
not constitute tbe majority of the Democratia par
17, aud then would it cot be a fct that a majority
ol the Detuocradd party was arrcalcd fur violations
oi the U? If S5,uo of one party aU forti-o. rs
are arretted, does It cot prove that they aru ti e
chambers of the psC3, the violator of the law,
and the cause of rows and riot Wheu mors
thaa four Democrats lo one Auirtcaa are arrested,
which party is tautt guihy?
The iuciius 0 the Wcrk-botiM and Iosns Aa
yiuta show aimiJtf result. Oat ol 4718 arct to
lti Woik-Louie, bat ei2 were AmcSina, and
out of iol ia toe lasaue Aijlura, but a were
Let the frigh ful record of murders speak for
Itself. It I with p. in that luclt a CaUwgus of
crime hi exhifciud. Bat haw a,ca Ciiiiiauhed
would It be ia number were it net fur toae
who bavs ever warred egtiLst 04r po!;d -! or-xt
Wo hive tad tbes rmrk aad Cfe; af4 the
tib'e Ij Vjii i!Cte tn reat Aiuorida rty frotu
the foul charges made against it, not frocii a wish to
east reproach upon our foreign citizens. We have
uujr wunuj uuci among us many w no are iar
more devoted to tha Smwh than th fnllns.mni)
eulogists of Gov. Walker. Our German citizens
ppcar w reas aavantage in. these tat lee; but a ;
few Of them. COmnarirl m Mhpr imminent mrm
arrested, and it is well known that tbe'j are Indus-
tnuus, irugai and peace-loving citizens. We now
ask Our fellOW-citizen thrnnohnni ilia Ktta ift),
city of New Orleans, eo much slandered from the
U1U" uuwonny motives, woold not prent an ex
ample lor order, for quiet, and for an observance of
law that should redound to its praise, were it cot
for the turbulant character of very many of the op
ponents of the American party.
The Loss of tUe Centraf America.
We hare already laid before the readers
of the Patriot the details of the sinking of
the Central America. TVe deem it proper,
however to furnish them with a more in
telligible and circumstantial account, com
municated to the Baltimore American by a
cool and clear-headed old sea. captain.
TIT -1 . ,
v oncterrul was the coolness and courage
of the passengers and crew of the ill-fated
vessel in the midst of the most appalling
f rom the Baltimore American.
STATEIIEKT OF CaPT. THOS. W. B.lDOKR.
Capt. Thoa. W. Badger, who is amor g the saved,
and has arrived here in the Louisiana, ia able, from
his experience as a sea captain as well as from the
close connection in which his exertions on board
the wreck brought him with Capt. Herndon and
officers, to give a more accurate and reliable ac
count of the disaster than perhaps any other of the
Saved. We have taken down from his dictation
the annexed full and interesting narmive:
We left Havana on Tuesday, 8th September, in
company with steamship Empire City. Made good
weather uniil 10th. On the evening of the 10th,
there was every appearance of a gale or hurricane,
ship still going on course and ctrryias full head of
steam. The storm increased during the night and
until Friday morning at 10 o'clock, the ship etilt
making fine weather and keeping on her course.
At 1 o'clock on Friday afternoon the engine
stopped, and on enquiring of the engineer, he (-aid
it was caused by the coal passers not pasing tbe
coal into the tire room with sufficient rapidity to
keep th steam up. Tbe waiters and rewards were
then cHed upouand sent down to assist in parsing
coal. When the engine stopped lbs ship fell off
in the trough of the sea, and was at the mercy of
the waves. The pumps worked by tbe engine, and
wlrch were the maiu dependanc" for keeping tbe
vessel fre-? of water, wer. al-o rendered useless.
The engine never mide but one or two revolu
tion ufter this. I called the sttention of the euti-
ner to the tact that the water was ruining the rol
ling of the ship forcing itin through t e le shaft
hole, and proposed and did organise a gang for
bailing. Tbe deck pumps proving on trial to be
out of order, bailing was the only resource.
By this time the water had risen high enough to
extinguish the lee fires, and the men employed in
the coal bole and engine room were driven out by
the fteam and hot water. There vras no longer
any hope of again getting the machinery in opera
iion. The principal leak was found to be around
the lee haft, and at the lower lee de.id lights. Tbe
ship was still eUunch aud sound, and not leaking at
the bottom at all, and would have been in no dan
ger it her machinery and pumps bad been kept
At 5 o'clock on Friday we rigged a drag, (a spar
with an anchor lashed to i) and paid it out to
windward, in tbe hope of bringing her bead to tbe
wind, but this hid little or no efTect. From 4
o'clock until 8 in tbe evening we kept the water at
bay, every man working with spirit and vigor.
At three o'clock on Friday afternconl assisted in
organizing aud putting to work bailing gangs to bail
out if possible, the engine room and steerage. The
passengers joined willingly and cheerfully in this
effort. An attempt was made to raiue steam on the
donkey engine to pump the ship out, using the
berths and other woodwork of the ship for fuel, but
the engine would not work, from what cause was
not known. At five o'clock, after consulting with
Capt. Herndon, I assisted in cutting away the fore
mast, which somewhat relieved tnesiip. Tbe ship
had laid perfectly easy whilst the machinery was in
motion, but she was in the trough of the sea, mak
ing heavy lurches to leeward.
From 12 to 4 o'clock on Saturday morning the
water gained fast on us, as tbe msn were fatigued
and worn out by incessant labor and exposure to
the storm. At 4 o'clock tbe gale fiomewbat abat
ed, but a heavy sea continued, the wster then be
ing nearly up to the second cabin floor.
At daylight on Saturdsy moroinz, however, all
hands took hold again with renewed vigor to tree
the ship. The water was thus kept at bay for an
hour or two more, during which signals of distress
were set, and a vigilant look-out kept for sails. The
ladies were even anxious to useiit us in bailing,
and cheered us up in our labors by their calmness
in these trying times. At 8 o'clock another at
tempt was made to raise steam in tae donkey boil
er so as to work the steam pumps, but tbe attempt
again failed, aud all hope of relief from that quar
ter was abandoned.
At 10 o'clock on Satur Jay morning tbe men again
yielded to the severity of their labor, and the wa
ter again commenced to gain on uj, but the bail
ing was still continued. At half past one o'clock a
sail hove in fight, to the windward, which proved
to be the Marine of Boston. At 3 o'clock she
rounded to nt leeward of the ship, vhen Ooat Trere
lowered, bailing still going on. In lowering t e
boats two were s'ove by tbe heavy sea tht still
prevailed, which left only three, and one of them iu
a bad condition. By 6 o'clock wo succeeded in
putting on board th Murine all tie women and
children, twenty-six in nuiuher; during which the
mule passengers mostly continued at their woik.
Tbe boats could not carry more than five or six
owing to the high sea, and they mt.de eeveral trips
to and from the Marine. When tho boat that took
the last two of the la lies earae alrti!!ide the chief
engineer jumped in the boat, and vras followed by
s veril other gnt!emt;n. To other boats came
alongside afterwards when ther wa'iarush to jump
in tbem by the male passengers. Involving great
danger. By this time the brig had drifted a long
way to leeward, which made the trips of t!ie boats
Ion 2, and bv this time it was dark, 10 that tbe boats
did not agiin r. tarn.
About dark, a vessel believed to be the schooner
Sovereign of New York, ran down under our lee.
We hailed and told him tbat we wre in a sinking
ronJltiou, asking him to lay by us all niht, which
he promised to do. The bailing in tbe mean time
continued to progress, but the water had by this
time raised htlf way up the lower cabin, and was
rapidly pining on os. There wa, however, no
cessation of the bilin until one hour before the
xh'p sank, when all hope of keeping her afloat un
til d ijlight was relii quisbed. Tbis was about 7
o'clo k on Saturday eveuhg.
I should however mention that two hours pre
vious I had a conversation with Captain Herndon,
who after consultation agreed wilh me tbat the
ship must go down, but it was still advisable to
keep it up as long aa possible, land we did not
make known the result of our conversation, tut
urged all h.iodt to renewed effort. Captain Hern
don requested that the second officer, Mr. Fraaier,
and myself should remain with him, and expreaei
his determination not to leave-the ship while there
was a soul on board, but would remain until aha
sunk from under him. Dis only regret was his
family and he died like a brave man.
At 7 o'clock on Saturday night the water was op
to the floor of tbe dining saloon, and all then went
to woik ealmlv to divine means, each for their own
safety. A half hour previous to nhe ship sinking
there were two lights seen some distance to the
leeward, supposed to be the brig Marine and the
schooner tbat spoke to us an hour or to previous,
but having a fresh brerss aad high aea they were
unable to work up to the windwarl.
A quarter of an hour before tha steamer sank
one of our boU hailed us, and a voice cried that
his boat was stove an J he could not take any one
00 board. This boat was endeavoring to return
from the Marine, but was disabled. It was doubt
less the impref ion on board botb the brig and the
schooner that the steamer would be able to keep
up until uorclug, hence they did Dot keep as near
us during the Li,;ht as they might have done. la
deed it was the opinion of many on board that we
would bold up all right, and 1 uil not think that
She would go down before miJnijht.
At 10 Bunnies of 8 o'clock C-puin Herndon took
position on tbe wheel-houses with bis second t ffi
err aud fired rockets JoHrd, the uaual s gnaL
to the bri sod rchooner tbat w were sinking r.p
iJty. This ws a Uarlul moment, and mu-thavs
beeual-o to the ladies on borJ tbe Marine, who
cederstood the s'gnkl, all of whots had bubands or
fnen Js on board.
I bow procured a board six fet long and alx In
dies wile, tearing it eff the frot of a berth, and
uc-k my po-uiou on the Uffrail, acJ LetJ on iut
after awning stauDcheon. At that lime there was
two or three hundred on the quarter dek, breath
les?y waiting the fiasl t:.kinr. Ther v two
era swept over tha deck aU-ut I'LU time, the ltat
one sweepio; nearly ail the pissocgert oa tbe mia
d"k lew t'i sea. The ship itarueilattly after, at
S o'clock on futurity evst,it.g, sack, going Jen
at 11 argla of 45 degree, atect forrmoes. The
octiaa o the ah.'p drew the pssiapgers aader wa
ter for soma d -tarce, and threw them la a mm to
gether. Wh-B they reached the sarface the stran
gle for hf w tuiruN-, with criee andshruks ior
be'p,rpee!:iy from those eoabli to isua. Sl.hy
au-Oieto swim ciuag l those bo couli, or Uid
hold cl the larger pieces or ths srrek, wfctch rr
ooo ean (.ed, la ten caiout. 1 not lc ( ratably
i;.A thies LuuJrcd bad suk to rue bo mure,
hll-'t mvself an1 f! v 3 . ,
, ... - - - vu.t:s wno uau aucceeuea la
holding on to fom means of support were ecat-
rev, the drt,k and drea'I foaling cS
w:th tte t:de. The . k' r
gera bad tags fo gold dust and some doubtless psr-
"Ti .JVr lr e2Wu 6aTo 5t- 1 my
aj that from fitly lo sixty of the passengers ehut
tnemseues op ia their sute rooms in despair, and
sank with the ship. f
Those who had succeeded in keeping themselves
auoat soon scattered over thefcurface of the ocean
lor a distance of bout a mile. One hour after
tbe ship sink I saw a llgM at the leeward, wnich
was seen by most of taoe rescued, supposed to
be that of the schooner Sovereign, but it soon dis
appeared. We knew tbat the e-ips to leeward
could not reach us and turned our gaz in ihe op
posite direction. , -
At 1 o'clock on Sunday morning we saw approach
ioc os under full sail, with a strong brf.z-, tbe
Norwegian bark Elkn, ran into our ' midst, and
those on watch were abounded with the cry cf
human beings. Captain Johnson, the commander,
immediately hov his r.ssel to, under short saiL
and commenced to rescue u. The steamer at this
time had been down vover Eve hours. He launched
his boa , and tl riw out ropes and bucys and
oone everything that good seamanehip and a hu-
e beart could dictate to t?ae aa ounj at pos-
wtt, tue iGurui one rescued, aad wit-
--.w vAvinwua vi mi Lu&fii ma crew
Uirhout th nicrht U v.:, w
" ""O" VUUHUUCU 1113 rrjai tu
among the driftwood, tacking backward and for
ward, up to 12 o'clock nn R,mrfu k.. .t; j
nf nnA . C-. a i . .
uu-uuk id me morning, ana conse
ntly relinquished the search at noon.
-u ui moruins OI Sunday the brig Marine was
of sight, and the nchnnnn. a :i
( 1 v J duiud riA UJ I it B
leeward, and innt-ars,! h. 1 ... ; . i ...
bore a Wm TOO her ennno riiiiK-luaa K,.;.. ..:..c..j
that it was lmposibio to reach us, also seeing the
bark backiug and fillinr to windward.
Tbe same day at 2 o'ebek we spoke the bark
Saxony, bound to Savannah; she reported seeing
a brig with a number of ladies on board, suppos
ed to be the Marine i.n,(. f., il ,.;! ciu,:.. KT. -.i.
We bore sway with a fair wind for Norldk, as
a nearest nnrt mnA , tr 1 it
ur.-dav eveninir fi. nf .... ....... x- n. :
a pilot boat at daylight on Frid y morning, which
- vcieu Jor iuUl purpose.
WHITTM on TH DAT C'F BIS FCSIBIL.
Great wert thoa chieftain, great in earthly fame,
E arth now quakes with thunders to thy name !
Nations to thee' hare highest honors paid,
E nglaod'a proud banner at thy feet was laid.
R eputli , too, though stigmatixed ingrate,
A cknow ledge thy good service done the State.
L ong shall thU Union, which thy prowesa aaved,
A fcribe to thee, for benefits nncraved,
N o meagre, me -aur d but most heartfelt praise
D ue are thine a nation s loftiest lays.
R oil on, O time, thy dilutory round j
E 'en ages hence, hia bayi ihall green be found.
W ith things of time thou'rt conversant no more ;
I n realms above thou'lt ceaseless anthems pour
A ttendant wait ound Jahorab's scat,
C ea less jour honors cashing at hi feet
K it sing with fervor that AtWghty hand,
8 tretched oat to save the meek or every land.
O n thy low had. at merev's aa.t bent An an
N o fading wreath ia placed, but a celestial crown.
rpHI3 EVENING, FRID AT, SEPT. 25th, 1S5T, will be
a. presented for tbeSd time this season, the beautiful
Drama, In 8 acts, entitled MADELAINE; Tss BrtLior tE
KaDBonao. Agatlieridan Grand Wi n, by the Orchestra.
The performance will conclude with tha laughable farce.
A YOUNG and likelj negro Woman, who is a good home
ww. .uv. nuuuiiV Sbw mil OUJCH. aAlt V.t
Harpers' Magazine for Octcber, just received by
eP'25- HAGAN A BSO.
8TOKE IIOUSK FOK SALE,
Oa llre&d Street, 2nd door from Broad.
7E are orTerltg for aato, cheap, that valoa-
- - wvubc, BuuBbcu vn utvdu street, ana
adioinicg the shoe Store of B. K. Cutler, 3d door
from College street. This ia a desi
8tand, and well adapted to business of any description.
It will pay 10 per cent npo tho purchase money. Come
sjiick or yea Will lose a bareain. For particulars enquire
a. uAosc'va, agent,
eP". No ST Cherry street.
ELEGANT FALL GOODS!
(XTE are now in reftpint nf.n. Vdli imiutri.tu. v. i -i.
V are unusually large; consisting in pait of choice
Elegant Silks, Curtain Goods,
Meruioes, Table Damasks,
M- DeLaines, ihsetings, c,
White Goods, Embroideries,
Eibbons, Trimminrs. tc.
Great Birgins ia KICH SILES, from large auctions
To which we invite the special attention of tho trade
BelDg determined to do au exclusive Cash iiuiineca. n
feel conttdeut we oan offer g. eater inducemeuta than can
ue iuhuj 10 any omer nouee In the citr, both iu variety
fctyle. anl prices. All we ask ia a creful examinaUoo
lock before purchasing.
W. A. J. G. McCLELLAN D,
eP'S5- 51 and t8 College street.
THE greatest object! n to Xrwiso Mcbies has at last
been overcome, t a: Ti hig pi-ic. Tiie subscribers
are about to introduce to the nutn 01 the public
A SEWIHCt MACHINE,
AT TBS LOW PalCB OF TBIKTT-riTB DOLLABS.
This is tot one-third the former price of an tffective aad
food Machine, and will do the work of an humlred doiiar
lachiue, xti do it well. Fjr family nse, or use on a lan
tution thia Machine hai 00 eq al, as it is simple in its con
siroction and ea-lly n-atsged. It nil! Co the oik cf nve
or aix seamstresses.
E. M. PCNDERSON A CO
No. Si SBiltimor street, Baltimore.
Apren's for the Ca'teJ Etates txc.pt Ne England.
W" Persons wuhina to treat for the exclusive taie for
eountiesor Mutes can do so on liberal terms.
TO TI1K lAJDICS!!
VTRS. UOWERTOV, Union street, would respectfully
I.VA inform tho Ladies cf Nashville, that she has secured
the services of sins A. F. McCAB:, a superior Dun
Mixsa.to superintend this department of her business,
the is now pret arrd to have any style of Dress made at
tho shorten notice, aad invilea l.er numerous patrons to
give her a call.
Mrs, H wiUoon be prepared open to hr Fall and Winter
Millinery goola. ept2-I10.
TO Till: PUBLIC. ."
AN aJvert Uement in the Gatetii, of yestenlar "morninir,
aonouncei that '8ebslopol had beu taken by the
allied forces," and that even "i oms Napoleon ws io Can.
ger." Wo beg to iolorm the pub;io that Ho. 48, Kroni .,
is well barr caded and off.cered, witb competent men, and
furnisbed with all tbe Deceararv fia'ures lor "Dyeing and
-ouring,,, superior to any oiablishinent in the ty. VVe
11 .tter ourselves that wo are not only equal, bat superior
to any bou in ihe business, and sn In.ptcnon tf work
manship, we thitk, wld coovince bo most septioL oven
"tmekiing babtt.- A. HK1NESCU A CO
la C8AXOB 09 A. Iiusajca,
'p3. So. 1 S front street.
"Nothing: to Wear."
IF this "sudd.a skutis" in bo atmocphero io no 0 It
self anggertlvo. I oeuid aay there is a '-prospect ahead"
cf Fail waather,and woold call auecuoo to my
STOCK OF GOODS,
Just opened more eouipleto sa t .various lhao soy I bavs
hereto tore selaeioti,
Blacv nd Colored Cloths, (French;)
French and Bcotch Cas.traerTt;
Testings and Varieties.
Tho aNovo made up to order in No. 1 style, "VToall
also say," that 1 bare a choice stock of
Cndtr TTr, Ao ,fcir GeoUemsa.
Wf. H. PSRRT,
seplQ3-d' w. &4 Cnion street.
Onn 'EXT a so ted Oara Baiting oa hand an1 for
V tf U sale be p?3 ''. D IU a HT.
Ill IIU.T liust,
kd aad for si by
oHiii. D. D. DI3KET.
tVliite Seed Wlieat.
THE acdersigned bss 00 band some iswrior crops 0
wbito vtet whUh will bosoid for seed la qiaoulies
to salt purchasers.
aep8A. P. D. DIC5ET.
SH Err Br, tloU, Sutt, W,hfr-, Ax'es. Cum Pack
ing, Leather teil.cg.oa band and tor t. e hv
r taa and Iw sal by
- p' D- MCKKT.
WH. P. BEAN CH,
(Fswaserly of f taur eaa!y, To)
ITtOCLD rrveetfriy r,rm tbe c'- 'os of Xa-.v5to
v ao tj, -rr,(,,i e eov e tr r , tt. .t t bs., u
u te u, o l frj.(Hs ttiMM am tr
IfcKsasr y ej.U4by tha Hoc. oha bait.) U,t l' pr-.--
or aeejucg tftiii ii-m, tui ui fe i9m.sr t,i t
aceuraasoa:. j -.,rT, It, jrt ,t ivriutr csu
Ms ti gs bks ktdivitle4 t-a io all t & i.tr
htm a ea;:-, ,roa,c ut a 1 wb bus vit tie
r--s staU g aji sAtt.s-4 tU was
be i; r.
rf.a.hrat eossse-a o--Ms3U!ed al a hoar.
lt7E tl W cco-Ur.4if la the a t fe r f-,
Jav-tf. li. ui.ji, Suuuj ACJ
II. Bncliley & C o.'s
. -. GREAT
IV T. I,,,PP1 ard greatly augmented for the year
-LI 13 '7, it is fto-ifl4eat:T believrri will h. l-uir, 1 tn nr..
sent aeorobination of novtl and atiranive feature, which
-" """in mo nign repbtation nhicn It bss
atts nel by its representations in fnm ... k
heretofore, the manapeoient will endeavor to deserve suc-
ktbw bj sriTing me poo.ic a run equivalent for their money,
and perf3rming even more than they promise; thinking's
weii-deserved popularity, hocesUy gaiaed, by fair proceed
ings, much nore desirable in the end than any me-e tem-
Kv-r. Buvaoiape wnieo may oe ootained oy resort to clap
trap and huicbu. Io short, hiving received the appella
MODEL CIRCUS OF AMERICA!
Tbev are reserved to maiu tain it by giving performances
um.u BiiBji oc impossio.e to exce'.
H. Bbcxlit, ...
W. O. tia, . : -Pbof.
J. Kisstow, .
IH I AFTILLO. .
Leacer of Bind.
3. A. EIS3E8S. ...
From nect airn nar tl etrcmpe cf Stai K.drs and im-
naaUttac'ied to the establishment will bo found tne well
known name of .
Win. O. Dale!
THE GREATEST OF LIVING RID EES I
lOO Somerget Mail.
Who baa Just returned rrom a protracted tour throughout
KnrAn.. .n4wfiAtH.lii. r : . , . . . ,
-r--, (u . i, ,tic 9 l up UI I VV 1 1 T . ej
am rh.m, .Kni.t .v.- I . . L. t i ... ... . . . '
1C.,K, .uu urriain or nortii Amer
ica is niiTersally acknowledied o exc-1 in grace daring
and skill, any eqaestrian who has ever appeared before
Tho youthful and accomplished Lady Equestrienne; the
n-ost dashlns; and SDiri'.ed temaia rirtoe kn h. ....
pearedin thisetuntry and l,oae startling acts of eauts-
i,.,c guinea ior uer tne andUputed title ef Fairy
THE GREATEST AMERICAN
Clown and Jester!!
With nmfiiilnii r kt. ; . : , . . , . ,
" " vnjfiuai ion nigniv comic sonvs,
tumorous savings, qunint stories and practical jokes, wiU
appear at each representation, to add. if Dosaible. to the
various other attractions prebCLted. 1 be name c f Cas illo
. .uuicieni guaraniy, and will doubtle a meet with re
ception which will remunerate the management for th
vast expense they have incurred in securing the service
of this incomparable comic genius.
HESSES. SL0HAW & ARMSTRONG,
In their astoni.hing and daring feats, entitled
LA PERCHE EQ'JiPOISE!
A wonderful performance in theatad;um, by the
This feat, soeord ng to the opinions of all who have see
it. Is the moot remark bie effort ever t:empted, uad n.u
bo seen to be appreciated.
Mr. H. Buckley,
The celebrated and onequsled four-horse riiier, the best
in the world, is also included in the Troupe, together wi.h
a host of
THICK RIDERS 1
Ac, Ac , Ac,
Too numerous to art!cularise by nan e.
The Company, on entering the town upon the morning
of tbe dsv of exhibition, will make a trraod procession
through the principal street-, headed by ibo
Gorgeous 3Iusic Car!
Devo'ed to the conveyance rf the
Great National Band!
Led by the e lebrmted Composer and Conductor,
PROF. J. KINSL0W !
The Co-npanv will have the homr of perfviring at
Na hviile oa t'UDAY and oATLBDAY, OCTOUtK Wo
an 'I 8ao.
Oallatin, October lt.
Franklin, Monday October 4th.
. . H. B. NETTLKTOM
Valuable Tract of land
O'aAY, 8(TB OK NOYKMBER, 1S"7, I will effer
THE TEACT OF LAND,
f U(. containing 3SO Arret. The Isnd
lies 1 X miles et ef Good et.vi le, wirh a rood read o t
0 the t'irnp ke. About 60 sere are cleared, the balacco
Is in tiner. The Nashville and Henderson RailroaH
wbieb will imo be tn operst.cn, will have a d-i ot in enod'
!etv i a. The lund is we 1 watered, at.d is finely rtpi1
to il.o r'wib of b'- gr.. Any person wi.hiog to R.ake
a Btocx t.m, will flau it well suited In so:l nd po.H oo lo
At it has a number of ne'er f.l ing f priors. Il iscapa
ble of being dividid into a number of majl tarois as
follows : 1
neT-aet or 50 arres 81 seres cleared.
One Tract cf 60 acre., so acres cleared.
One Tract of about 70 acres.
One Tract ol atx-ot 5 acres.
One Tract of aoout " acres.
One Tra.t of abtut T3 acres, with tbe dweEicg and lm-prove-nents.
I wia sell the Un l all together, or in parcels to suit pur
ihe!i!i.in.? 'rln dir,rg infurmatiun, n ay apply to
K. C. DSlKb.or to the subscriber oo the premises.
Persons desii I; g to purch.i piivateiy, may ai ply at
anytime betore the dsv of sie. f i y r "
Ttaaa Ooe third ia hand, the balaweo In one and two
years, with Intere.t from date, aid a l eu retained oo tbe
land. tep 8; td. L. It. Vk Ool.ro I. K.
KE.MICKV PLAmc" 3IILL.
u. a. sjto.
I V Bl.lB.aaOB.
MAYO, ilENDERSON k LONG,
EUiLCERS A!0 C0NTEACTCR9,
SA?H,fHO!t AVDYKMTIAS BUND FACTORY. Fla
ntig Will sod Lun.br I epet, t (h:li it., new Ka
tarky Cietrsl Ki.'ioad U pot, CovtnKti n, Ky.
We macBfK.lJ-e ao-i kt e;- co hao so ez enUve assort
sect ot fh. Ikois, klitd-s Door and v lceow Irimti,
Esse, WouJilief, Man'els, 1 1 sale. ., U ,Ci ,r&m
Flooncg, e!ei!Ef, Pjtcct W eatl.tr bear d.tg rd Flawed
Bcarils of ever, r e:y ef qcall'.y arej it ickrirs.
also furnish Ivant-er Id I'e loerh. Fsicttd atd t.Usd
S6 aiwajsou tad. V;But an4 ctl.er hard aoods
worseJ to order. 11 Hi:- CASH.
feept Si turn.
i on jali:.
ALOT oa Cherry .treet, toa-Ji S.Sr,Ue. ne.r the
Hiju.i cta-cb, u atitb U.re isasmsU rae To
meat. Tbe k Itbttt. u isv . t uwja. Apj'-iv
Xft-t- A . V 8. LI N U.-1 L V .
r jiii a w
"IUE Kut ,; i f o-ri-, cia bs rBte ort:l first .aa
IV;o.lut J:HlUS"J..U!l. ; !l u
et S .
a. v. s tt"L'si.r.
qii.mm: aiuTiriTK ou .mjhvi:
fXU3 we'l-itown remedy dcovatey se Isle (arlntf
A. 1ts u. i Lti. it n tare . Urr lii- . d s
IHliv?. Il ri..ei yiiii..-, ifaesv, tf e-.'.c
lJariMis lsri,r,tju Jt mumufito u ft.ae
la Is tt.i Moitifi, .c 4 i4t4 q A, Isrtl i i'jj
mc4 UiiW-c 2e-.d i.t W so mJUf a.rt id VJie hit
te. it i ijiet.i j mut -..a-t4 to w t . . '..w-i
wits v. H S vni S, A I pern rnsov.ni.g
ri'a s;t. . i Ci at r, Itiws fr. t.s
MTU Is tct4 ! ol c.srm where t!-e plwtuaos mJ s
tVt.Ua.eX. tr...".Ciis c.a t l.tubJ U pa.ru ef
nl y tS Xrstf s:s g..-s.er."3y sal J. H. UA7AED
' till". t rrvj uur, Is I la.j-o l.u
'HKC.-IVjkoa W. ft. Cbeeea, ea.i J.ruce f
ti j. .-, ..... '
- HAGAN & BR0.,
No. 39 Market &No. G Uniou St.,
General Eook Selleri and Stationers,
GODET'3 LAETS BOOK, "0a CCTOBE2, BUed with
fall Fashions and other beautiful EngraviDg-s just re
ceived by HAGAN A BRO-,
tept21. " " ' " Market and TJnlon st-i. '
Or, TIME WORKS WOXDERS;
A Sequel to "Harold Tracy. " By J. F. Smita, author of
"nick Tarleton," Ac.
By Marion Harland, author or "Alone," Ac.
Or, Tbe Iturper's Victim;
By J. F. Smith, an hor of Earo'd Tracy, Sc., Ac.
THE RED RIGHT HAND,
A thrilling romax.ee of Indian Warfare ; by Ned Bunt
ne. Forealeby HAGAN A BRO.
THE BIST SEA TALES EVER WRITTEN!
THE CUllSE OF TIIE 7IIUGE,
TOM CRINGLE'S LOG.
These celebrated N'ove'a firft appeared ia the pages of
'Blackwood Mai asine. and they aie new.withont donht.
the mo.-1 p -polar Sea Ta'es, In print. New editions for
'' py HAGAN A BSO.,
ePll9- Market and Union sta.
YANKEE NOTIONS FOB OCTOBElt, Jost received by
eP'13 ' HAGAN A BSO.
White A Thoaspn'a Detectcrs Ior Fep. just received
ePt1"2' Union and Market sta.
OflO RE MS Newt Faper, variout ite, or sale by
-VJKJ aepiU. HAGAN A BKO.
'I1I-.I'IAIIUS COM) Pi:S, 'ot'V
' "-PM HAGAN A
BY TIIE IOZES Oil SI..I.E COPY.
Tha attention of SCHOOL TEACHEUP, and COCNTRT
MERCHANTS it invited to my large 8T0C5 OF SCHOOL
ElemenUry Spe'ters, SillimauV Ohemistrv,
P.ctorial Spellers, Co-mock's Chemintry,
Comlj't Fpeller. Lincoln's Botane,
To ne's Fpel'er, Fictorial C. Slates,
Speller't D.Cner, Parley's II stories.
Tower's Eeacers, Ancient Hi-tory,
Goodrich's Beadert, Modern V istory.
aicburey t Headers, Alexander's Moral Science,
Brown a Gramrrar, Vray:aDds Moral Science,
Butler's Giaitnor, Corrstcck. Philoophy,
Kirkhtni's Grammar, Abercron.bie's Philosophy,
Parley's bergraphy, Olrrsted's PMloiophy,
Mitchell's Geogmphy, tarker't PhilosophyJ
rml h'sf ecgrafhy, Coltcn's Geographjs,
Olney's Gtrtraphy, V il!r(ls Hi-tory,
Webster's Pic.ionary, Willton'a History,
Walker's Dictionary, Olmsted's Astronomy,
Colburn's Arithmetic, Towco's Grammar,
Davles' First l eftor.s, Fong Book of School Boom,
Da vies School Arithmetic, Copy Books,
Bay's Arithmetic, Pictorial Fngland,
Pike't Arithmetic, Town's Ana ysis,
Bmiley's Arithmetic, McElllgott'i Analyser,
Davie'. Aipehra, Latin Books,
Ray 'i Algebra, Greek Books,
Stoddard t Arithmetics, Slates and reDcilo, c.
For tale by CIIABLfS W. SMITH,
gP- a a 41 College streeU
MORE NEW BOOKS.
BOSS ON SLAVERY ; Fa so. A. RofS, D. D.
TINT LIFE IN THE HOLY LAND; W. C. Pbimb.
BOAT LIFE IN I'GYPT AND NUBIA; W. C. Fatas.
THE PHYrlOLCGY CP NEW TORK BOARDING
CHIT-CHAT OF HUMOR, WIT AND ANECDOTE.
BERNARD LILE ; By Jbbb Clbmbhs.
THE WORLD'S OWN; a Poem by Jcua Wabo Ho.
CHILE CON CAItSE; oa, THE CAMP AND THE
LE?S0S3 FROM THE 'GREAT BIOGRAPHY; By J.
TUE HIDDEN PATH; By Masio Uhufd.
i he Watchman.
RUTH HALL; By Fasst Ftaa.
For aale by C1IARLKS W. SMITH,
"Pl-I ao No. 41, College street.
FOCI3A WALTOV, or Louisa Winston, a lielr, stoot;
J bright mu'&tto woman ranawav or was stoleu from
Captain Walton's (in thisvicini y)on bumlay night Ust.
TWO HTJNDKED DOLLARS REWARD
Will be paid for her apprehension and delivery, if arret tel
out ot taia State; One Huudred if taken in this city or
Louica, whobe'ong. to Col. John T. Walton, of Duvton,
Alabama, whose family is ptni!ing the Hummer here, Is a
likely . bright mi.lauo wo' sn. bei.ten gn nd 25 rr of
a.-e, wiih a heavy suit of lia r, not stra gbt, h-t kut her
Jaw teeth, and her undnr Jaw protn;d- slightly.
All tt e eircumitdnce. ter.d to show thit ne i in Cecity
Ot Na-hville. J. T. WALTON
Na.hville, Fept IT, lS'T-tf. h, get.
K. C. 3Ic.AIKY & CO.,
VRE recelvinir and opening d illv. tlieir Fall and Winter
Stock of Good, and b the X.Vh inst., th.y will be
alilt to exhibit the largest and mo-t Cesirahle suek, thev
have ever had the pleasure of otlenng to their friends and
the public, aud very retpcct.ui.y invite an examination
In Oil Clotht, Carpetingt, Houe Furnishing, and Plan
tation Gooiia, we d not intesd to be excelled. We shall
keep these departments very full and well reiectei.
Call at at. O. AlcNAIitV A COS.
ri Z Bxt Durbsm Farm Cheeie;
t KJ n bxt FnclUh L-iary
74 bxt W. K "
For sate by J.
A DWELLING, Six Rooms, on Vine, between Tnlnn and
ux. Cedar tre t, for the bslane cl 'he year. Can be
rented lor several years ef the owner. "Ihl. is In decided
ly the most healthy and pieAsnl locality in the city.
Arp'y to cp-.16-vwd L. B. AT. D 1TE.
ABOUT te SOth day of Augu-f, 18 6. I w.. eroMovrd
1-y Mesr. W kU n, U'oo.ier A Cj.. ct.ropt.i.l of Wm.
C. Watson, Morria Kn-gtit, and -.org tt. Wuosier, to
anuf.cture tewing Mschmet, which were knwn as the
Wauoo l ea Dollar Pewlng Machine." 1 hst therrarter I
rece'Vel a notice from the rounttl of O IS. Fo teraod N.
Wheeler, cetiiluned in the anntx?d copy of irjnnction,
informing rr. t that these Machinrt were an infrinreisenl
B(a Letters Faient bicb they owned, ard tbat suits
would be instituted against me, unlets I thould otherwise
settle wththrm. Tbia notice I bin Jul to Mr. YVoottcr,
one of mj tmfloTetf
I theo maie l"etlgtUon to areerttln the fset., and
found thtt said Machine, a. I belie' e ', was an infrirg
meet of said Patent, and t icfornjed s.lii vto0 Lbatsueh
ts my ociuton.
tub.-eq lentiy a tuft was coramrnred tfslett me by said
P,wr and Wheeler, and Imrne late y thereafur I so la
furoied Mr. MaUoo, and rrqu.sted him to uii ehargo of
the defe uce of the Pants, aud be refused to do so, aa i 1
then told him thai t would have cohiug snore to da with
it, and I then ccsaed lo make ihe Machine.; and tho In
luocton.a copy of which is hereto annuel, was l.ta.d
aud rerved uou me. JOkL CiiAsa.
Dated New Yort, Febraary 11th, l&ir.
la pre ence of WiLaa B. Aao.t-a
I rio heresy oert 'y taat the arvtc statement, amttMibwd
by me, is correct asul trtitu Jcitt CJA2A.
UNITED STATES OF AMEKICA,
ciiunjir couat of-the usiizd btatzs,
aacoaa ciaccrr oa vst socrstaa pirrajtrr or saw vote.
7 prfUlrmt pf IKt I'sjW t4atM of Amsriot tn Joat.
Caata A. a AtUtrn;. Srrt.inU, A uhJ W-kmem,
oa .n-A and ey mf t'iau,
Wr res tt hsth bera repreen!ej o a. ia eor Circuit
Cturt of tbe Lni'.ed ites, for U e iouthrra DiHrict rf
New Yort , sitting a. s C-rt ef I ienr, on the part -f Cr
lsnjj U. Putter and Nathaniel Ha-eler, rou ps.inasu,
that they, th.sa 4 t-r!fc,n lo . Pter aud .Sa.'isu rl Wi tel
er. have lately ethu.tei Uwir but of eonip!aiut sgstnst
yew, the said Jowl C:.avw, the defendant, to be rd eved
touctmg mttlera Uiereta coataoed, B h.ts I. it u i.
araocg other th oirs. awl roe.h, that ywa. the said le.'rnA?
ant, are vioUting eiM threatcsirg to vM t certain ea
C'uaivo rithU atl pnvuegn tel in ui l eun: plaiaaau,
hM contnciia, nU iii, saln . ui v-nj;i r tu nl era to
bo Bsed, eeria a l rwvraaei It ia mi:,t Vaetaoet, ana
tbat toe act. net mat ate cgtot tea the sh1 (Jete 4Ual, art
e.nlrarjr i ttv.ty aa I con ie: ce; we, U.e&re la
coaaadtr.tton el tte pr?aUe. Co ttiic'.lt, and ntilil tbe
farther Orders el U.t liwrt, et.a at) etaaod o the
saidJel tta-s ssi y war Al ! .., ervant, atj W ur-
w inf ew..n or is., rv.su.et.l 6eK.i,g-
ttf W S..4 tottHa-tiaiil, anl d.arr.Led. eloi.J, .nj
l).t! liu. U!n p.d t.f Lt .eJ MUrt fe.
.u4t A . Wtie, ana tar,:.g d. t etjid.y of
J.t.rr.14. aad cowna U,. e.V .a:aart. aad
irot la ajr asy it ui.ooer lorvntg wi-n u , r gMe o
said eve, i. .carts ut .;a fatal. u-4t.ca :a .i.y way
ltf.6jiC.V' ' ttttert Faucul,
aty prt theret-L
s it!ie!ll!HT!.tu.i.B.Tin CHtfJutiiew
3 v e ? f- f"' r'u' c -', " - -
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J " tr'r t'3.l.-r, iu li.. tf ef r UJ CQ
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Ia Mst.ertss, lirJt siUi a
aUan.il W m j,. 4 aui s.td -a to ti.t
'yilt WBSeri(a lUl,i Oficrt B-f w H r tT. w'UMi
X n h ut: kii ,,..it at JiV;a a tir-
ras areitHi,e,cv.rrf ttai t,i.i"t t-.a.
uu,.a in r''7 we er t.'.e i-, iB i,r .b penalty
tt-at msy Uu fttiw; iiit ard e-- cf too, dj trer
taM4lft, alteg.er. aiiuie!y j BJ,wl turO.ee
er Jer of U-.seu.t, o...,t aad reJra a fruts J,r,u cr la
drrtly.oc.uttc.tsf, taaktaf, ww.iCg, u. te . tt
Ptuag ia'u practue or c.p. a-ia. i.r i . I .r .
Cf.U- 4-J Flw-t-v itt.
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A Collection of Kcraarliable Cases
Selected tnd arranged frcm American and ftre gn jour
PAUL F. IV K, M. D.
Royal ocUve S58 pa.es. f 3 60.
In this volume are presen ed, In a eWifi.d forrr, tbe
history, ti e trea:m, nt, and the retol.t of more than eight
hundred cases, exHt .ti g every variety cf l: li.ry, and
many of the forma of ammslous dieae, with whiih tho
turgeon would be I kely to meet. MaDy of t! e ca es hero
recorded have cccurred at intervsla long di.tant, la d.ffer
tnt countriet, and under diCe.ent n rge. ns. Hence this
volume obviatea the neeef.lty of a laborious relerence to
the exhaiutless series of volumes of the vsrious journals,
by the practitioner who it locking fc.r the experience of
othert in uni.ti.al cafe;and he msy readily find example,
for which he would te-rch the text bocks In vain He ia
furnished, in fine, with an tncycionedia of Practical Sur.
gerv, which, af.er having onee examined, It tt thought bo
would bo no moie wili ng to dispense than with bis dic
tionary. CYCLOPAEDIA OF WIT AND KU.vlOR.
JCST RKADY VOL. I.
Cyclopaedia of Wit and Ihiiw,
Of lurries, Scotland, and England.
BY WILLIAM F.. BCRTON, Commedin.
Forea'eby aukT W. T. BKK ft Y A CO.
PABjbY'S SEEDLING HAJTBjIS STRAW
VI HE tubcriber having appoirted B. 8. WFLl EH p
I Aper t for the sale cf tt i tuperb Ftra.herrv. sni.li!
cants esn be sunp'ied at ile ftdlowing rsef: For i testa
?n,nDtea:rD M n.0' 'tck" of tl" " : packngo of
10(0 181 W. Itlll them iu earth tnd moss, to ithat
they wiU te certa n io hve if prrpetlv planted, and give
plain directioni for tleir culture. Orders rray be ad-
trtHTd,ia" 4volu"b",' ' my aeents. J. A,
MOKT N A CO., New Crleans, and B. 8. W KLLti:, ga.,
By ca ling al the 5ee.l ttore of B. 8. Weller, Br , the pub
lio rr ay tee an txnct copy of tt e vine and fruit: also, ex
tracta from Journal. North and Pouth. eho ing the som
rior qualitie- cf his here, over all o-hers In ci.l; vatloL
On the reception of ; I will ctretullv pack ore doien in
Oil Pilk. an-t mail U to any direction in the Inion. pro
paving the postage. ' K
T. n0 C0KN- n not'c of the produrt, weight,
and yield per acre will be given when the pent crop U
gathered. CH AS. A. PEABODY.
Columbus, Ga., Sept. 10-lmeowad.
Jlf T 'wife, nester Am Chilton, kavrg left my bed and
iv i boatd, without cause or provocation, I herebv eaa
tionall persons at-sinst trading with or trusting t.erln any
way upon my arcount, as I wll rot be re poniile for any
dtbts or liabil.ties, contracted by her on my account or in
eptlS-lm. I? A Al T. CHILTON.
i on iti: r on LtA.SE,
IOR a term of years, one i f the nnt deairahle farmt
in thec-ur tvef i't r rln.n. S milea tr a Nart ville, on
the North ille of Oun b. rltn.l rlvrr, containing 41 8 sores;
SM' open and in cultivation, with a U'ge and cin.fonab't)
d.elhng, I Helen., sn oke-houser, Hnd all nec-taty oot
bouaea. Tbe fsrm ia well watered, ard has a t r e cchai d
don It. I will l-o bite serrces to lultivtte it ,f desired.
For further irforo anon apply at Nn. 41 fhrrrv street.
P'''i- l IIAIL VAL'tiUJf.
IIItAX. MMIIt IS AMU Mill STUFFS.
Jl"8T receive I and in Store :
10'i,ti(0 lb. W beat K an:
6 ,i im lbs 8hort-in Iihi tb. Bags;
S.tx0 lh. Mi p SluB;
For sale ..w H holef ale at.d Retail by R. C. P ANDT,
repi 1 Wf No. 5it College street.
SrV. MAIVY S UOMIV.
A Select School fur Young Ladies.
KXMBFR LIMITED TO T WINTY-FIVK.
MltN. WI'M I JI as i reed er ic'moI In a retired
I att of tl e e tj ro rer oi I nn h tnd F loee s reels,
laai ems n't low. I rot. 1 aitt h-t taktn Hit i riott data.
r i: it n si
En t Hah Brand ef, per f sston of S months....... ... (23 00
Latin, French, rt sr.Ub, I tsiisn, and Oern an, each
per moD'.t, S CO
Mtc, His no, per e ton, " 'O
Guitar, " " S6 Ot)
Drawing, fa tit ir g and Needle Work, u ual pricea.
Tuition payable n.cr.U.l in advance.
htrtsiscs J. V. I Saul., Superintendent ef tie !fah
vilie lltg!t rct.ool, F. ii. fouc, Iresluent of the Board of
aViueabon tent h dtf
5 WILL pay Caah for LaND WARRANTS at my offioo
No. U Cherry t reet In my ab-euco apply to A. U
HI...L1...I i I 1-1 I . L' . I I 1IIV.J
J. tl. aLLOVTar.
r. A. rtkTBOU).
A. o ataaocDV.
a. at. vnusmoa.
BEETHOLD, BEEKOUDY & CO.,
Conmhsion and Joiwardiug' Mcrchantf,
A SB BBAlJUta l
Kopo, Btfrgir.g, Bacon and Flour,
!Vo. 13 4 Ne-coutl direct, Nulut Louis. 71a.
tW Connlgowents of all f outhern Fr xJuce received
and pro-rptly attei.dtd to tO'.v IS rtwAwIy.
'PHI't MACH1V19 outo :mb r. la fractiral Bo. all
X others cT!.b oed, an I hsve beea esteasively aad
prt.ttt.iv used ior the pa.t uvea ye r, oo evrry coa
eetvsble descrtptloD (.1 wo:k. Ths acra.c pj3t ol using
ONE THOUSAND COLLARS A YEAR.
They tiore eon b n t' I'-ree rreat ease.ttla o wo
faau, va: rrrtD, bltNOVii, anl 1L'kABIUIT,
and wi.t the B eat aa well aa tte coarsest f.bnoa,
without au)t. For fe l!v uw, Dss-maaiuf , TaiBMlBga
Vwlt and lres, llarueas woik, B?s. . ' v aro la
va a it ta aitios of the sttustt kticg tt ea
aet'b r rip nor rvl. mi
Ihe Mattinea will be eoorteoas'y exb biud, ol all Umoa,
UiMCL', 40 ri'IH.IC !Ut'-IlE
(t)r H k. China HsA)
OrcopLf I. M 8-t-ser Co.'t s -tt. -t'lbe furnhA
,i er SB.d frahM, to .lt iia" M-rsialioa woav
ttT Central oScw, traadaay. N. V .
VourtU Annvi; VvAv
tVrpesses ?ate & irricuUTiral Earcai.
iiiik Voartb Aasual rfr of tho Tcnneaaee rtte Agrt-
a. ealiw-'al taml t" te brtd 9 tbe Bureai.'a urouoUa,
l.anvit!e, fvi rK-iiig oa SJiuUi, t i-ivber iih.
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iosiry. t'HSipct. uu is ItitUtJ Is via ev.ty Cfituty of
.. Ma a. Pria-ttfJ h-.n ef the prei.iii.-ut an-J res'-lAloaa
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