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RICIIAUD, B. CHEATHAM,
WEDNESDAY. II ARCH 30, 1859.
DavilMii County Convention.
Saturday, April 2d,? 1859.
fpr the nomination of candidate to
reprrWnt tbecountj In the Senate and House
ol Eeprcurntativea. , ,. ,
:OpriRta Stat Cmemim.
"VVe give tblft morning the proceeding of
the Opposition State Convention which met
In thiu.cJiy yi-sterdaj, and to that account wo
refcrVnr readere for the declaration of princi
ples. x doctrines therein' contained are
hoch as to commend thompelvea to the entire
country, a being the only ones ou which the
country can rely for a safe conduct through
the 'tii flic ulticH and dangers. which now sur
round it. That they will be approved by the
Opposition or.Tennetwee admit of no doubt.
The character of the Convention was such
as to jrral'ty to most exacting wUh. It was.
ucju'eftii aably the ' largeelablist." and mottt
earuot that has aascniMud in this State for
years. , We have never - witnersed an Ktem-'
blage 'who tuouiietitod a more entbufiafctic
determination - to .fight the-battles -of 'the
country and patriotL-m. Let but the fame
spirit which prevailed be diffuwd through
out the Stale, and in August we shall wiluees
a revolution in political aflairs in Tenner,
that will astonish and overwhelm the demo
MCKTIJXG OF THE
The I.ar.eat and moat Eiithunlaatie
Held in tltla Mate for lO Years!
THE BLAZES CFMO k'U LTRXTl.VG FORTO!
h THE GLOKIOUS WORK OF
REP1 O IR M
11XI.Y SET 111
Uuliinited Entliu.ia?m ! ! !
L050 AND CONTINUED THTJKDERINGS
OF APPLAT73E : ! 1
Entiiualaatle Kpraaklng nntll Sun
down, and rontluned until a,
lite bour at ulgnt!!!
This body, coniiting of a large numlicr of
delegates from the various counties of the
State wet in the Representative Halt of the
State. Capital, at 11 o'clock, A. M.
The Convention was called to order at a
quarter past eleven o'clock, by Hon. W. II.
W'ukxkr, of Bedford, who stated that a com
mittee, appointed by a preliminary meeeting,
recommended the following as the permanent
officers of the Convention :
VBiiw-Ex-Govcrnr, N. S. Hrown, of
Fir President A. M. Looxet. of Maury;
Gb"Koe.L. Holmes, of Shelby; and Tuos. J.
Caupbkix, of Bradley. , .- . -
Secretariat H.' K. Walker, W. Hy. Smith, F.
A. rarunin, R. S. Northcott, N. R. Wilkes, W.
2. Nal, and J. S. Xeblett.
On taking the Chair, Gov. Brown addressed
the Convention briifly ami eloqu-ntly.
Gen. ZitUdCiiyni. moved the appointment
of a committee of nine three from each divU
ion o rtte State on r9Kluttons, which was
amended, ou motion of Mr. Momiiy, by increas
ing the number to fifteen, and the motion car
ried. . -;rY,"
The Qhalrmaa announced the following as
the committee :
F. K. ZollicofTer. Dr. J. W. Richardson, Lu
cius J. Polk, VT. II. VWnrr, J. M. Quartet.
Jera C It mens, J. H. McMhon, J. M. Morvill,
Tbos. Rivers. D. B. Thomas. J. B. Co ke, IL
B. BrattsonT Juo. M. Fleming, W, B. Reese,
Jr., aniiWjC, Kyle. f c.
On motion of Mr. CoorER, of Bedford, a lit
of the uames ol delegates was made as fol
lows: avtdao (Xunty. John Beaty, W. P. Rob
erts. S. M. Scott, M. M. Monoban, W. II.
Horn, K. J. Morris. Jan. M. IUuiilton, W. F.
Bang, S. N. llollingi-wiirth, Fxl. I). Fartis
worth. T. J. Yai brough, Van Baugh, Iauo
Paul, M. 6. I Cluiiorn, M. C Cetton, Dr.
A. A. Hatcher, Tbos. Fnqua. Burrill Bender,
II. J. Charltnp, J-Whltworth, Ht llis Usger,
II. E. Hamilton. H. Towns, W. F. Carlwrigbt,
J. A. Binle, J.H. Austin, E, B. Bigl -y, Chas.
Cook, A. J. Ramsey, W. L. Ewlng, T. B.
JbnM)u, A. Gregory J. P. Wile, W. R.
KTufon, F. Compton, W. Edmund-4a, S.
IUv, on. J. Jordan. II. L. P-rch, W. W.
J. Prkbard. J. M. J.lin. A. W.
be .. Oupt. W. Walton, S. Hill. Jam's II.
TiW... Z. Cuuuingham, W. Drsko J. B.
4-l.!to. (. B. Ewing, Jno. U Eiog, Wm.
v P '. .v.ir. J. E. Manlove, L. Williams, Ed.
ijvts..' Ci. G. Carney.
:.'V -r. Andersim, B. J. Tarver, Thos.
. . B.;M E. J.Gt.lUday. H. a LesW, W.
. Ne..'. iV. Wiutord, A. B. Martin, D. R.
fk-:..., John Perry, M. IL Elliott, R.J.
vaus, d. liattou, T. C- Word, E. a Smith,
J. Scoby, W. D. Martin. lien. Go.w W. i
T. I-Kt. r, Jt.hn , Letter, Charlea Hugtlrj, 1
Ja!mH.uit,on John Wood, Jao.T. Giravra.
TbomM Aiist, J, Cr J. G. JVsxer, G. W.
s, Bunuv -.. ..bib.., i.- iiiiBi . g .
tinjih II. Paths A. G. U-gei. ' .- ? j
WilluimtomJ.J. Grevn, Geo. Aurc , J
Willis G. J.ne.G. V. Simpson, B. B. To I
JL G. EJli. E. C Cook. J. L. House, J s ,
Neeley. E. Y. Andrews, Wm. Eatng. T. B.
Bond. T.'B. Bullock. U. H. Beale, J. M. Wln
atead, John Tarruh, R. S. Ballew.S. Clio
Catcheqn; fS. P. Smith. Wm. Rbtnon, II. IL
TeapleiR. F. . IIM. W. L. MoConico. J. W.
Owen, ClI.'Ream, E. A. Ream, Jordan Ma
lone. John WaMy, W. B. Paton, J. R.
CUybrooki'J. A: Boatkk, J. L. Burch, J. IL
Waller Wf B.' Jdtfuoa, W. M. W, Nolen, Dr.
IL Odcnl Dr.T. U. C-Boyd, Joo. EJ mood-
son, XL IL BraJlej.Dr. B. U. Hufihes, M. N.
Ilerron. Dr. O. Thompson, Joo. R. Marshall,
E. Y. Andrews, Wm.' Ewiu, U. IL BtU, T. B.
Ulocn, Jx PrriU, U. L. Baliow, Wm
Robinson, J W. O-ren, E. F. Malon, Jno.
Waddy, W. B. R. Bostick.
Rutherford. Samuel Dav W. W. Roes. D.
Maney. W. Ransom, J. W. Blair, Jo. Thomp
on, Wianrtthy-E. Hi Dickson, Thomas Bea
ty, N. W. Lowe, Richard L-dbetter. A. W.
Brothers, D. D. Sublett, Henry Barklej,
James Castleman, Levi Wade John Collier,
E. H. Lytle, W. D. Baird, R. S. Northcott.
John E. DrorogoolefA. M. McKnigbt, W. Mc
Knigbt, J. W. Watkins, Charles KJngeorge
Rogan, Willis Ransom, G. Henderson, Chas.
Petty, J. & Ransom, T. B. Miles, J. B. Pal
mer, Joseph Boebms, Solomon Morton, P. R.
Runnels, G. P. Sanders, W. P. Pullenn, J. B.
Rankin, T. Watkina, Joseph Dill, J. N. Wea
therly. . . , . . 4 -
RUtrUon.-CA. E. i A. Fort, E. J. Fort,
Green Ifenton. Col. V. Woodward. II. Dor
rlsr Jo. Stark, John Woodward,' E. S.
Cheatbam., . cr.;. f
. J3tJortLrVTi II, Wisener, Ilenry Cooper, J.
K. Phillips, II. P. Cleveland, N. J. Calbouu,
R. D. King, W. E. Davis, B. M.( Tillman, M
E. W. Dunneway. II. N. ,Hutton. R. Gal-
breathy Wm.' Little. J. C. Hix, W: W. Gill. L.
W. Barnett, S. F. Crtifcher. John F. Neill,
James' Mullins. J. F. Cummings, O. P. Ar-
noldThomas Montgomery, J- S. Montgom
ery,' J. J J Spruce, Bon. Little, Jotn-ph C. Bell,
Joseph H. Thompson. W. C. Blanton, John
Wilhoit. C. W. Cummitit'S. R. T. Cannon. Al
L. Stamps." Jo!! Ramtu-y, A. J. Green, H.
Tburmod,L. W. B'n, J. R. McKinley.
CiUm.C E. McCl.ire. S. Nicholson, R. II
J.Mies, J. M. Cook. W. L. Will.:ford. W. U.
Robinson. W. II. 1'eden. W. P. Lewis. W. J.
, IIjulu,$. W. C. Kyle. A. P. Caldwell, J.
B. Heiskell, John A. McKium y, W. V. Sevier,
U. Rice, R. G. Nethirlan.1, F. L. Phillips.
Linnln.S, II. Greer, B. F. Bearden, T. V.
Greer, Jno. F. Fly, W. C. Jones, Wm. Fon
ville.It. E. Gillelan.l. - .
Afuntiomery.I. M. Quarles, J. F. House,
ThoH. W. Wisdom, N. B. Dudley, J. S.Nebktt.
II. M. Dudley', Charles Bailey. Johu Alcorn,
Jo. Johnson. Sr.. H. R. llinkle. II. P. Carney.
S!ewort.--Chy Roberts, J, B. Crockrill. W.
Knox. W. G. Brownlow, W. B. Reese. Jr.,
W. L. Scott, A. L. Maxwell,' Johu M. Flem
. Ttjion. Rolfe S. Saunders.
McMtnti. -"Win. Tow I y, N. C. Jones, Thos.
A. Cleage, J. M. IT.'ndei soil, C. M. Keith, W.
P. II. McDermott, J. B. Cooke. A. Coldweil.
UtmilUm.R. B. Brabson, Thos. McCallie,
F. A. Parham.
JirailltyjT. J. Campbell, P. M.Craigmiles.
Sumner. V. C. Douglass, J. W. Parham,
Baxter Smith, Charles Malone, James Babcr,
W. L. Bsrbee, J. B. Peyton, James Bostick.
Dkktun. B. A. Collier, J. B. Bartec, B. C.
JIUkinan.C. W. Beale.
Juckun. J. W. Settle, S. S. Stanton.
Mount. II. J. Wi leker, W. Lenoir, D. F.
IIarriM, W.M. Alex-.inder.
Jlfaduon. John M. Morrill.
3tury. John Cox, F. A. Hill, T. A. Harris,
A. M. Looney, A. M. Hughes, W. L. Arnold, N.
R. Wilkes. J. Swan, S. M. Frierson, S. II.
Jones, B. F. Drake, W. D. Henly.J. M. Hyatt,
L. J. Polk.
Offee.W. T. Hickerson, W. A. Woods,
6Vn.--W. T. Wilkins.
Jtferton. 11. D. Scruggs, Mr.' Branner.
Ctmion. Alexander MeBroom, J. Mc
Broom, II. MeBroom, W. McFerrin, A". Mc
Ferrin, M. M. Brieu Jr.
rutnmi.Y. M. Cooke, J..hn SMllcut.
Fmilh. N. Ward, W. Y. Martin, S. A.
Baines, II. Y. Riddle, J. J. Burnett.
, W'AiVs. A. Dil.rell, J. W. Simpson, W. M.
Shethy. J. II. McMuhon, Geo. L. Homes,
B. D. Nabors, A. L. Kiinl.ro, J. Calvin Jones.
Warren. B. B. Stokes. M. II. Mercer.
Fuyrtlt. Thomas Rivers, Jttsepb R. Mosby,
A. V. Marr.
MarihaU. Jiimes V. Ewing, T. D. Moore, G
Brandon. R. II. Iiwell, A. T. Lillard. '
DtKalb. Ji-hu F. Moore, W. B. Stokes, D.
Wiyne.- N. Y. Brown.
IluyvmtxL I). 1?. Thomas.-
Sullivin. John L. Sampson J. B. Heiskell,
Alternate. '- -' '
Dyer. II. K. Walker.
Carroll. Jobn Norman.
Most of the counties not named In the
above lit were represented by proxies.
The Committee on resolutions having re
tired, CoI.Jkke Cij mkxkw8 enthusiastically
called for and responded in a most eloquent
and searching speeeh of some length.
Wh'-reupon the Convention adjourned
' AFTKRNOOM SKHSIOV.
The Convention re-assembled at 2 P. M,
when Gen. Zoi.i.icoffui, in lehalf of the
Committee on Resolutions, reported the fol
lowing: The pople of Tennessee, opposed to the
Democratic prty, declare
1st. That the Union, as established by the
federal Constitution, is the surest guaranty
of the rights ami interests of all sections of
the country, and should Ih preservf d. - .
2:tU That while we will maintain with un
wavering firmness our constitutional righ.s in
relation to slavery, we believe that the furth
er agitation of the oiestion tends to no prac
tical Rood to any portion of the country, and
should, therefore, cease: regarding the princi
ple as settled that the people of the Territo
ries when th t come to form a Constitution
and establish a Stale government, shall decide
thr question for themselves.
S I, That we are opposed to direct taxation
and in favor of tb,e adoption, of a Tariff ade
quate to 'the 'expenses of an economical ad
ministration of the General Government, with
specific duth's. where applicable, discriminat
ing in favor of Amei iet.ii industry.
4 111. That the Uuitvd Ute should accept
the Island of Cuba at any time when Jt can be
ai-quiml cousisteutly with the national bouor,
and should resist, to the lat extremity, its
transfer to any foreign power.
5ih. That in the disposition of the public
land otherwise than for governmental pur-i
poses, Tennessee and all the old States are
equally; entitled to rto ire a proportion wi
the Stales J and TiTriloriif where they are
4 ou. Hint i tie ricoiuiUi'iiu.noUi lh Presi
dent that Congress shall confer upon him the
war-muking i-r. and sutj.vi the army and
navy to his control, with the demand for
vuormtKis appropriations out of the public
treasury to carry uu?. his views, cmipled w iih
the rLlesexiravscaiie. wsU of the pnb
lic money, and corruption pr.icilotxl under
the prvteut alininisiraliou, dom rve the uu
salitW cojidt aiiiaiiou aud rebuke of the
These resolutions were received with ac
clamation and passed unanimously and en
thusiastically. " CoL J. H. UcMabox then offered the follow--
Retained, That we recognize the unmistaka
ble preference f - the opposition party all
over the State for John Nkthk&laxp, and
hereby ratity that preference by nominating
him as our candidate for Governor of Ten
nessee. . i ' ,. j
This resolotlon was received andadopted
with' the wildest applause. After the enthu
siastic cheering, which was loud and pro
longed, bad subsided, there was a call upon
Thomas J. " Caotbell of Bradley, who re
sponded in a. short speech In which he
pledged Mr. Netheblaxd to accept the nom
ination which had jut been made. He also
pledged "EastTennetee to do ber whole duty
in the coming campaign. ""
The Convention was then addressed by cx
Governor II. S. Foo-rx, of Mississippi, in
which he reviewed with great clearness and
power the condition of the country, and the
necessity for a change in the administration
of its affairs. He exposed a sr ries of c'orrup-
lions, implicating the highest officials in the
last and present Administrations, in the mat
ter of interference in elections. His speech
was some two hours in length, and was mark
ed with great energy and fore. x' N
Gen. Qcaklks offend the following reso
Rt olved That the President of this Con
vention be, and he is hereby authorized, t
appoint an Executive Committee for each
grand Division of the State, consisting of
from three to five, as be may deem best, with
the power to appoint County Committees in
each county in thtir respective divibions.
UK. John Y. Kjcbakdsox moved the ap
pointment of a Committee of five to inform
Mr. Nktherlaxd of 'his nomination and ask
Lis acceptance. I be Uommittee was an
nounced as follows: J. W. Richardson, A. M.
Looxky, J.'B. Cook, W. G. Bkuwxlow and
GeoKUK L. Holmks. " - .
Gen. James M. Quarles next addressed the
Convention in a terse and effective speech
and was followed by Jou.v F. IIotse, Esq.
who was eloquent and severe, making a most
The Convention then adjourned till past
4 0 CIOCK.
NIGHT KEHSIOX. '
- The Convention assembled according to ad
journment, at balf-past seven o'clock. Dr
Rich audsom moved an adjournment tine die,
the Convention having concluded the business
Cor which it bad assembled, which motion
prevailed There was a large audience pres
ent, filling the Hall and Galleries of the
House of Representatives.
Hon. D. B. Nabeks, late a memlier of Con
gress from Mississippi, now of Memphis, de
livered a speech of much pith and substance;
after which Johx Bkix was called to the
stand amidst prolonged applause. He spoke
for two hours and twenty minutes, in which
was advanced an araouut of philosophic and
statesmanlike argument, which we have at no
time heard surpassed. On those who beard
attentively, this speech made a profound im
pression. We regret that the lateness of the
hour prevents us from giving a synopsis of
this masterly effort of the mature and pro
found Tennessee statesman.
Crl. Mri.u:.v.s, of Bedford, at the conclusion
of Mr. Beijs speech, was called for, aud as
we left at 11 o'clock he was speaking amidst
oft-re)eated bursts of applause.
i . ' " For Uie Dnily Patriot.
. Lafayette, March 23. 1SS9.
JZdittjr Patriot : Mr. Bakksdai.k, (the nomi
nee of the Democratic party, for Floater, in
the counties of Sumner, Smith and Macon.)
was here last Monday, and made a speech to
a large audience, (it being the first day of our
Circuit Court at this place.) His remarks
were evidently not well digested. He dealt
in harsh epithets upon such men as John
Bkm, and John J. Chittenden, throwing oc
casionally a fire brand into his own ranks.
He denominated them traitors to their coun
try, c. And dwelt some oa btith. State aud
National politics. lut with no seeming particu
lar purpose, and most surely with but little
effect. He did not, however, endorse the en
tire policy of the Bcchanan administration.
Finally, the gentleman closed out without
leaving much sign.
Then, some of the friends of the Opposi
tion called for S. S. Stanton, Esq., of Gains
boro', (he being present,) to reply. Mr.
Stanton responded in a very thrilling style,
it Wing his second visit to our towu. He
took up the various grounds occupied by Mr.
IUiiksdai.k, aud scattered tbm like chaff to
the four winds of heaven, when driven by a
fierce gale. And in his description of those
great statesmen, Bei.l and Chittenden, he
baflhd comparison, showing how they have
battled for years for Constitutional ground
and Constitutional law, aud the best interests
of a great people standing among other
statesmen, like a tall cypress that rears its
majestic bead far above the trees of the
lorest, amid the balmy zephyrs of heaven;
while on the other hand such pigmies as Mr.
Babksdai.e, are to them as a blade of grass.
Or yet, those great statesmen like the eagle,
the king of birds, that soar aloft, pierces the
loitering cloud, sails through fields of ether,
and gazes upon the Day-God, rolling in the
heavens, w ithout an intervening cloud ; while
Mr. Bakksdaiji and his co-tradueers of the
names of. tboee, great men are to them as the
wrens of the .brush-wood. - How great the
contrast 1 And yet, bow true I Mr. 8. (hen
examined into, and laid bare the nude de
formities of the jmeuJo Democratic creed;
especially the Lpchanan administration,
showing that by their improvident legislation,
they have recklessly squandered the public,
(the people's) money, besides leaving the
general government largely in debt by thyr
unnecessary and extravagant expenditures.
With this, be connected the -Thirty
Million Bill," by wbieh that amount was
proposed to be placed under the peculiar
and sole control of the President, which Mr.
S. bandied in a masterly ' manner. He ex
posed in its true light their Kansas humbug,
and its utter failure to meet their representa
tions, and redound to the goad of the South
ern people; and showed that the Democratic
party are daily besoming denatiowdistd, and
their ship will soon U-cnie Mrandd upon
the breakers of the great political sea, and
their vessel left without a pilot, to go down
In the great mtUtru of destruction, amid
the death throes of their political knights. It
I impossible to give you alLia a small com
p i. Suffice It to say, Mr. S. overw helmed
his adversary obliterated his positions aud
arguments; and fully sustained LU own
ground with that statesmanship and ability
eldom quailed, much ! surpaNMsl, to the
entite satUUctioaof his own friends, and we
thtuk to the manifest disomiture of De
mocracy. WIlhal.hU f perch was full of lt
and humor, and anecdote airno-t Inimitable;
and hU arguments and compjrl-oiu fraught
wiih tloqueuce aud niauly bearing, never
'cuud.eetidiog to lu.lu'c la low -doggerel"'
and harsh rpitbrt.
l'x assured. are all "right aide op" benv
W ill buckle on our political armor, and
UO) these L11U aud thread thee valleys,
till the tt political cohort of Democracy is
ranquishrd, and victory perches upon 'our
tudArd; and w hea our polUuMl Zloo is freed
front the galling yoke of Democratic misrule,
we w ill labor U the ead that the people's
light be regarded. and at a nation are
regenerated and disenthralled, brought bark
to prlstlue purity and finally cnpicte our
manifest destir y among the nations of the
Mid croaatd.witn political and Miil-
w4 liberty. , 1 ., , A Ywtab.
From tba ApaUchicoia Advertiser, Extra.
A Suspected Slaver Captured.
During this week there baa been consider-,
able excitement in oar city, from the fact of
I itS"TeIng' reported llTai a Slaver, or a vessel
engaged in the slave trade, has been captured
by the TJ. S. Surveying Steamer Vixen, Lieut
J. K. Duer, commanding, in St. Joseph Bay
We gather the following information of the
said vessel : L'
She appears to be the bark E. A. RauliDS,
of Savannah, of whom much has already
been said in the paors, from the fact that she
baa opce before betn ovehaukd by .the au.
thoritiea.' - - - - 1 '
It appears that her papers were irregular,
and that she was lying iu St. Joseph Bay for
concealment There are also facts gleaned,
from , the appearance of. the ship, and al
from partial confessions of the crew, that she
had been engag-d in the slaye trade. or tbatJ
sue was making preparations to proceed to
the roast of Africa lor the purpose of being
employed in that traffic.
: The tnater of the bark was not on board
at the time of her capture, having made a
visit to this place, w here beseemed to be well
known by many persons. He was accom
pany d by the Supercargo, and a man occupy
ing the position of a servant. The mate re
ported that there had been a Spanish Captain
but has since confessed that he was killed and
thrown overboard. The vessel's name bad
been altered, and that of the Rosa Lee substi
stuted, and the puint was still fresh on the ar
rival f the. Vixen.- '
The Captain of the bark left here in a
small fhfhiug boat on Tuesday eveuing last
for the purpose, as he said, of proceeding to
his vessel in n Joseph; but since then noth
ing has been heard -from bim. We are also
informed that a party left here last evening
for the purpose of arresting the Captain,
Supercargo, and other men in their company.
The barque is reported to be the propeny
of C. A. L. Lamer, of Savannah. The name
of the master is Hayden. and that of the
supercargo, Delamayer. Hayden, when he
came to this place. registeri'd his name, we
are informed, Hill, in the Club Room, and
gave as a reason that he bud b'-en a captain
ot a vessel in Savannah and haviuggot into
a difficulty with his men. wished to conceal
himself for some time.
Various were the reports "circulated as to
the character of the vessel while she was iu
St. Joseph. At first she was a yacht of sixty
tons, eiiR-.iged by a huntiacr partv then she
became a ship, with nine hundred slaves
aboard then various otber reports were in
circulation, as to her character, none of which
were reliable." ,
There are a few wise beads about town
who pretend" to know more than they really
do. saying that the vessel has been concealed
in St. Joseph for over two w-eeks, but this is
not true, although we are told by one wboin
we can rely upon, that she has been there
over a week. She was up higher in St. Joseph
Bay than any other square rigg-'d vessel was
ever before, and it she had slaves alioard has
bad time and opportunity enough to run
them clear of all prying persons.
There has not as yet been any legal exam
ination as to the character of the vessel, and
she is still under the surveillance of the om
cers of the steamer Vixen. We have only
seen the vessel at a distance, but sailors tell
us that she is a beautiful craft, possessing
qualities which would make her a fine sailer,
and witn sea room would give any vessel
trouble to catch hr. We understand "that the
U. S. District Judge and Attorney have been
telegraphed to proceed here immediately, for
the purjxtse of investigating the character of
There were ten men on lioard of the vessel
at the time of her capture, who have been
confined underdose guard ever since. She
had on tioanl many casks ot water, by rar
more than any vessel of her size would carry
on the longest voyage, with the usual com
plement of men. No weapons were fouud on
board ot the bark, aud at the time of ber ar
rest she was flying American colors. We
have also lieen informed that she had no sigus
of having lieen on a voyage as yet, but was
merely fitting out.
Since writing the above, we have been in
formed that a susp cious schooner has been
seen lying off the coast, showing no desire of
entering tbis harbor, or or being spoken by
the pilots. It is supposed by some to be
schooner aim provisions, c., for the above
bark to proceed upon her voyage.
Table ICtlquette Five Hundred Years
Five hundred years ago. when the battles
of Cressy aud Poictiers had just been fought
ere printing had been invented or America
discovered, and tiefore Chauci r bad written
his Canterbury Tain at this time some phil
anthropic individual, whose name tins passi-n
away into the darkness of sires, was seized
with the idea of writing a Duke of Curtutye, or
what would be calb d in the present day the
"Gentleman s rocket Companion.
This cnrlons manuscript hp found in after
centuries and incorporated with the Sloane
MSS., wh;ch now belong to the lirltish
Museum. A few years since it was hauled
out from its dusty obscurity, and printed ex
clusively for the meinleisof a club .f lite
rary antiquarians. But. few copies were
printed, so that the one we have in our pos
session may be coneidt red almost as good as
. The work is divided into three parts, and
contains in all some eight hundred and fifty
lines. The first part treats of iwhaviorat table,
the second treats principally ol the moral ob
ligations, whilst the third gives special dlrec
tions as to the duties of the different offices
around a great man's houe. Where we have
to use the words of the old author we shall
modernize them as much as possible. A". 1
"Whoso will learn of curtasye (saith the
old wriUr) mav find it in this book, whether
he le gentleman, yeoman, or knave. When
thou come to a lord's gate thou must leavt
thy weapon- with the porter at the gate, and
ask leave to sjieak with those within, alter
which thou must be patient:
"For if lie ho of hinh degreo,
Tuen him fails to com. to thee;
Ir he be gentli'iiua h kid,
The Mrtcr will lead thee to him.
"Take off thy glove and thy bood at the
ball door, and if the company be at meat,
salute the steward, counsellor, and treasurer,
then bow without uoise to the gentlemen
sitting at thu right and lelt of the nail.
Stand Is fore the screen until the marshal or
usher lid thee sit at table, when act quietly
and d cently.
"Pare thy bread in two, the upper crust
from the under. Cut the upper portion into
foiir quarters, and set them together as if
whole. Cut the lower crust in three, turn It
down, and lay it before thy treucher. Sit up
right, nor touch oread and wine, drink or ate,
until thy m-s of meat be offered thee, bst j
men say thou art a glottou Keep thy nails '
clean, lest thy neighbor be disgusted.
"B t not thy hroait anil lay it down,
That no riirtuye lo ue In t n ;
llot hrrjjc an much aa thou wtitftit, - -
Tlie reuiuant for Uta poor tUou aiuttlct.
"Kit to Jtrt an t avoid dWfuioa sad games. -iH
aeviT thy ! k bo m.iu Vh (ot
W ilh moriM-l of Urnvi tUal tfcou altall Ml;
An ;' m mh mrii h' nuki
TUal bruad ami 0ml ta blacbrrk ItaAra. .
"Do not laugh - or speak with thy mouth
full, nor sup thy pottage noisily. Let not
thy spoon stand m tuy dish, nor lay it on thy
dish side, but cleanse it. Soil not the cloth
with thy linger. Wipe thy mouth ere drink
tug. Call not for a dish that has been taken
from the IxMird. Spit not on the board, nor
play with thy dog. .' " , : , ; L
r'roni the direction relative to cleaning the
nise at table, it seem pocket handkerchiefs
and napkins were not in fashion., as the diuer
is din-cted to wipe his lingers in his tippet or
CVaniw aot thy twh at nvat .itucj,
With katf or rw atfe-lt aur ul . I .:l
Whilst Uiou bohl um-i uiby tnuutli bvwir
T" 1ritik, thai I tin lionet tlwrj
Aoi bto .htic lotbuiatl, '' '
Aad ya lb -a my tm cUk4 by UiaI kit;
If it S tiiy wns n ihrtt uom,
Au4 a.ep liiy wki4. Utt an Jof tka. .
"Doa't tell scand itoua tales at table; don't
troke the cat. Avoid soiliag " the board
cloth with thy knife. Biow not on thj meat,
nor eat with thy kwiU. Wipe o thy teeti
with the lioard .cloth.. Lrwi not 9t thy el
bow, nor dip thy thumb Into thy drink. . Dtp
not thy h or neu into the salt cellar. Spit
not in the Imstu where thoa wash est after
meat, uor plt like a vagabond at any time.''
Kii lcd bt LioBTxrva. It Is our painful
tak to record oue of the saddest Calamities
that has ever occurred in our town. During
the tp.rra oa Thanday evening la-, M r.
Locke, a market man frota Lincoln roanty,
Teou., was iustantly killed by lightening, fit
a bouse iu tb weaiera portion if the city,
into which be bad but a moment before
entered f c thelu-r front the storm. There
were some threa pUi-.T io tt t Uiildlog, at th
same time, wbo w.t all severely shocked,
otie if them, Mr. J. M. HutcUns, of this place,
be tag knocked entire out of the boose, wht-rtt.
be lay tenselcM until be wf j lckett Bp, The
remains of the puur taan, who waa auaclt
doan, have been uLea to Tenneee, fur
iattfatctru- Xujkb'i AU.) JimifwtcMt, J&Jk,
..sr; - ' .. i ;,, i i' .jU.i
(Special Dispatch to the Cincinnati Gazette.)
Baltimore, March 23. j
Dispatches received at the State Depart
ment this morning, by the last arrival f root ,
Europe, from our Ministers at London. Paris,
Madrid, and V lenna. an agree tnat war seems
inevitable.- Newspaper artieles-to the con
trary notwithstanding. Mr. Dallas and Mr.
Mason state mat extensive preparations are
being made, and matters on every s?de look
warlike. ; Scarcely anything else is talked of,
and this quest iu absorbs all others.. From,
Vienna,"6ur Minister writes that Europe is on
the eve of an eruption. Complications thicken
every hour, and great depression exists in
every brancn of pMostry.
The New 1 ork Ueraia ol this morning says:
"A political meeting cf considerable impor
tance and signincance was neta last evening
in .Hope. Chapel-com posed principally of
those who cling to the, memories ot the Old
Whig party, and who are desiroos of resus
citating it. The meeting -was called ostensi
bly for the purpose of bearing an address
from ex-Governor-Hunt on the political signs
of the times. 7 The meeting: was presided over
by Hiran Ketchum, E-q., assisted by a num
ber of influential citizens as vice, presidents
and secretaries. J f ' - -J" - -
In the chairman's speech, three public men
were referred to aa the persons to whom the
country might best connde the duties of the
next 5-Presidency. These were Edward
Ererett. John J. Crittenden, and ' Gen. Win
field Soott. - Each of "these names "w as re
ceived with demonstration of high approval.
Mr. Hunt reviewed the late political events,
and Called on the conservative men of iho
State to imitate the action takeu by Kentucky
and Virginia, and rally under the banner of
union and reform.: ? ? ' '.,'"
, . - " ' From Punch. 5 "
The Imperial Freneh Porcupine.'
"Walk up. walk up, gentlemen and ladies,
into the Menageries of Modern Europe.
Here you will behold that wonderful animal
so correctly described by the celebrated
prophet Shakspheare, tinder the name of the
French Porcupine. Fretful, according to
some authors, was the original expression;
which ever yon please: you pays your money
and you takes your choice.
"This extraordinary creature is an animal
of what the zoologist call the Napoleonic
Fpecies; be is of a reserved and silent disposi
tion; but is able on occasion to open bis
mouth, and show his teeth. The remarkable
specimen of natural history afore you is
covered with quills, which may appear in
consistent when you consider the singular
animosity he is said to display against the
liberty of the Press. The quills exhibit a
striking similarity to sword aud bayonets, to
gether with artillery, rihVs. carbines, ana
other firearm, bv menus of which, possessing
the astonishing property of shooting missiles
out of his self, the creature is enabled to
nanny his adversarii-s at a considerable dis
tance. The French Porcupine, by the sounds
which be utters for to express his sentiments,
is aonareutlv desirous to get the credit ot
being of a peaceable disposition, which you
will scarcely perhaps be inclined lo allow,
considering the formidable weapons witn
which this animal is armed. ' Though an
inhabitant of France, his inclinations, by
some, accounts, prompts him to extend his
range over Italy, and. some suspects him of
intentions to carry his ravages into me
Austrian dominions, whilst, according to
others, he is disposed to tie quiet, if so lie as
how you only, let him alone. According to
which I shall omit the usual oja ratiou of
stirring him up wilh a long pole; which
Master Walewski is at lilierty to perform if
he pleas. The Imperial t rench forcupiue,
gentlemeii and ladies, an admirable likeness
of him, price three pence only; recollect who
'tis as keeps him out i f mischief, aud please
remember the keeper."
C'liansea In the Armj.
The reiiort of the army lxmnl that recent-
lv coiiKhk-red que tions propounded bv the
War Department wilh the view to obtain in
formation to be made the LasU of change" to
decrease the cost of the army to the National
Treasury, has been promuleiL
It holds that neither the present srrav, nor
the present ratio ot commissioned ofticers,
can b prudently decreanel.
It holds that the only wny of decreasing
the expeuwe of army tninspurtation will be
the aliandonm.'nt of the gni:ill-po-t system off
in the Indian country, and the concentra
tion of the troops in larger bodies at lar
posts on or near navigation, and where fub-
Kitence, forage, &c., is to be had at reason
able rates." '
It recommends the abandonment of the
small-post system, the concentration of the
army at larger pofts near the settled frontier.
and movements or detncnments from sucu
posts into the Indian country as required.
It also recommends the abandonment of
the contract system of purchasing army hor
ses, the sale of all military posts not now
required for military occupancy, and the con
centration ot all the manufacturing and re
pairing work of the service at two or three
arsenals, tc., instead of keeping up the Gov
ernnjeiit"i present numerous establishments
of the kind.
Such are all the changes it proposes.
Why so Mich Bkautt in Poiaxo. Because
(says Bayard Taylor) "There, girls do not
jump trom infancy to young luilylioixi. I bey
are not sent from the cradle directly to th
parlor, to dress, to sit still, and look pretty
No. they are treated as children should lie,
Diirinir chililliood, which extends through
period of several years, they are plainly aud
loosely urcpsen, and allowed to run. romp
and play in the open air. They take in sun
shine as does the flower. Tbey are not
lorded down, girded aliout, snd oppressed
every way witn countless tnlls and super
bundaut flounces, so as to be admired for
their much clothing. Nor are they rendered
delicate and dyspeptic by continual stullin
with candies and sweet-cake, as are the
majority of American children.. Plain
simple food, free and various exercises, and
abuudauce of sunshine during the whole
period of childhood, are the secrets of beauty
iu after life."
Thk FxMors Ice Boat. The ice lioat is
completed, and U now on the railroad truck
at Prairie du Chien, near the company's ma
chine shop. It js a ftinny-lookmg structure,
avs the Leader, something of a cross between
a Wabash river stern- be-1 lat aud au itin
erant daguerrean car. Ererybody regret
that its Ingenious maker, Mr. Wiaid. ha leen
unable to test the invention by a praetira
lide on the ioe. ' He informed u the other
day that he should have it twed up to Lake
1 Ynin by the first boat, whether there should
be any ice on the Luke or uot. It is so con
structcd that it will float. Mduttukie Wucun
Tira Reskjsatiox or Pkixck Xapoi-kos.
The retirement of Prince Napoleon from the
Mini-itry of Algiers and the council of the
Emperor seems to have been rt'sartlk-d iu Eng
land, as it is by our contemporaries here, aa
fAVoraUe to the rTects ot peace. Perhaps
it no. but the justice of thia env!usioii d
pends much upoa h'w reasons for n-tiremeitt.
not yet fully explained on this aide of the
Atlantic, at least upon the temper in wh'.ch
the Prince retired, aud ukmi the course of
conduct he may hereafter pursue. He has the
reputation of loving puHic life, and ill
scarcely be long in his retirement. JV. 1".
rif We unJ. itand that a young man by
the name of II Arris shot Hardin Coyle. In this
county, on Sunday last, the bull taking ef
fect in the upper part of the forehead and
penetrating tin skull, and aTterward strack
Ltta over the head a i ih the pistol several
times, Mr. Cojle thought U he fatally
injurod. Up u Monday niht b bud not
spoken a word. We were n able to l-ara
the particulars. IZtdimoiui Kg.) ilesaenjer.
fourth Cnareaiiai BUtrirfU
IT. are a-iWrut l - - eTOaKA,
rwi.-.iw . n.,iia for Ox mizrr tu U Yoona Con-
ne IlslUdll UUtersj.- .
We aa ve received another erta o of Gr4
Rapids, M.ctusa.4.Urf ItiJ.me,U4 s - i 4
rnca Pajis, a UWfl.r, s u puhiwfc ia
tin Awatorf. U lh Hil4 Bum Mturaly rered
lilta lngrlk.r'rT n4 Debility, h
k, url aU the .prm. Fw Pe is ,rlrf to
tie (npnriM e U f e resly , a4 UOies th
war of recommending eoontrywta.
, a i. QltMX,
Ed.Mwbcyrma KewboJe,SByf, Wsv
nart-! ' "
llllwa lsasia.--JBrf Una
Tta rob is lU iiBd hrr tb, re.
...ibur. o-iu-f.Vra.' rui 'vit y lj U.jl,
it win tiiy 4.rpr-1
(v tJs k.Uw of the
Non-ExplosiFe, . Self-Generating
THE public are now fiiTrd with the bat, tafai
and atoat teomnmical li?ht erer (irodueed, supe
rior to any other portable light in fiw-ence. . It ia
dapted for ClnireK, Hotels, Stores, Private pwell-
nKB.9ifniDoais, Railroad cars, fcc, c. It is easily
managed, free from smell or smoke and from ail
danger of explosion, as th fluid untt is not of an ez
piosire ntu.r. -Tliene Ijtinpsara oa exhih.tion and
for sale at toe ancteon rotuus of M. C. Brace, corner
of Cedar an.t Chrry streets, where the public are in-
nect to can ana examine for umselra.
BARKETr Jc WINCHESTER,
mar30-tf . r Cienerai A grots.
To tloierKefpcrs, Resunrants, Drufgissn
Crocfrs and the Pnblic. " -
Dr. Bruhon's' Bitters
Have, from tbtir excellent qoa,l:tic, been recommend
ed by the Host Eminent Physicians as a most
valuable and never tail.ng remedy for " - .
DYSPEPSIA, DIAEEHEA, ' "V
LTV EE C0JHPLATJTT9, BLOOD DISEASES,
&c, &c, &c, &c
And also a sure and certain preventive against
Fe Ytr & Asnr, Cholera, Summer Complaints, it
and is the most valuable and e9)cacious Tonio and
Appetite-creating Compound ever otierwi to the
pubao-r-r - -r - . - , - ,
By the use of thane Bitters all Diseases of the
Blood will be thoroughly eradicated, and ail those
who are suSVriug from tarly exoees and Prostration
of the Physical Energies ill be restored to a
Eohust and Vigorous slata of Health.
Tito JhgeiUve Organs w ill be stimulated and
Permanently Strengthened, Appatite b
created, and the Debilitated Subject Besiored to
new Lire. -
Tins remedy has a very agreeable taste,and will be
taken readily by cbjldreu as well as adults.
All persons sutforini; from any f tlie above com
plaints are iuvited to try DK. RRUNOX'S BUTElt-S.
Doxk. For an adult, a small wine glass full three
time a day; for a child, a small tea-spoon full twice
day. . . '. : , .
lv . C IV 1 4. ,
SOLE AGENT FOIi THE UNITED STATES,
742 Broadway, S. Y.
Sold at SO cents per bottle, $5 per dozen, 2 60 per
gallon; extra Bitter for Bar-rooms, by the gallon
or barrel, at the low price or $1 25 per gallon; fine
Stonghton Bitters, St 25 per eaiion.
For Kale by all llrulnti and Groeera,
WHOLESALE AND I'.ETAIL AT
742 ItltOAIMVAV, !NEW VflUK.
W. H. CRISP Lessee- and Manager.
RE-EXGAGFMEVr OK THK l'UKU-FAMEI
Iteiiefit of J. Martinetti.
Wednesday Iiyeiitu, .flarcli 30, 1850,
The Hrtormanre will oommence wiih I'.OHKRT
MACAIKE. First apiienrsnce of tl'c reuowued H.
KRANCtiN'I, wall his celehrstrd Trick Horse. IasI
nielli of the tiKW.N' MOVSTKR. introducm- tnanv
wonderful tricks and transformations, iH-rfornifd with
greni success, for one hundred nights, in tliu city of
rtox office open front 9 to 12 A. II., and from 2 to 4
t. M. ii mi 30
rfUE regular flue paiwnper
1 and Ir
reis'lit Steaim r Th M
l'K.-T, IL ;. 1'akr, Captain, will
leavn for tilt ubove and all liiterinedinto rl T HIS
PAY, 3Uth Inst., at lo o'clock A. M For Freight or
passage, having exct-lleul acroimnodnlions. apply on
boird or to 11. II. HAKKlSdX,
For l'a du call, Cairo A. lenipliis.
Civrs. through Tifkets to LouiTilIf,St. Louis
9 aud Mrmphis.
'I'll, splendid piwnirr
fiAsuiKil, rptain, will leave samarirfrt
for HfniUilaiid and IVIocali, HCIHAV, April IrL,
at 12 o'clock M. For freight or pasnage apply un
board. or to
mar30-td A. HAMILTON, Agent.
For Cairo and St. Louis
CONN KIT G AT PAPVCAH AND CAIKO WITH THE
U.S. MAIL PASSENGER PACKFTTS FOR
MEMPHIS AND LOLISVII.LE.
Giving through Tirkrts to Nr w Orleans, Mem
phis and Louisville.
rpilE splendid new ssiiper Jk o, 11
I fU'inii-r, B. M. IU XYAN, Wrfr2rV'Ms 1
J as. MilOJC, VLilT, will l.avo aiaK II J l ! i' I1 tall,
for tiio above anl all uiUtiih'iIuiIc M,rts on SA1 1'R
HAY, tlie 2d -f April, at 4 e'clock. f.M. Tlie Runyaa
wiil)ive through tickclK to all ot the ahove poiuls.
marj-td IL II HAUKIStiV, n"-
For 3IeiuiliiH, Saint Louis and
rrtHE stdendid UniU-d StiO-s
X Mail aud luutMiuttt-r nunnt-
er CUHA. it J. Kmui'
upuin. w.ll leave for the adore and all u t.Tiu. .luito
landttiKS, VHiNh.-lAY, March .totU.al 12 o'cla-k U.
For freight or iMusKiiK", having iHTior acvouiiuotia
lKn, applv ou boar i r to 1
a. Hamilton, lA,, nU
mar?-2t U. H UAKrtlso.V,
IVfgroes for Sale.
WILL sell at auction , t the tuitWal bidder for
Cash, at the Court Jard in ai-liv lic,
On Saturday, the 2nd day of irril nut,
the follow In k Nrrroe, to wit : Fmilv. a likely we
nutn about 'JK years old . tier tin ee i hurircn, one a boy
agwi Ix tw. ii 8 and V years, aud too Klri atf.-d re
Hctivcly live aiid three ear.- The jIh.v Nesroea
Uve-nr to' a rt-sicWBl of tbuicitr.aud are ti koid toe
any fatlt E. R. OlSt isTi,
Clarksnii.h Coal. .
rTWlE ETNA COAL for lilark-smiihinit has no supe
X rior. It burns eclirely iroe ironi i tud-r, con
tain h-aa Sulphur, nutrtl cm re n,u-u heal, aud
laMta k.nger Uiaii any other ton I m l!.e n arket, lor
aaie by J. AiiM.a ,
S9r29-tr back ol Ute . C K. H I epot
hw.-eping " .
: Vrt. tr' Lye "
RALN'S si HKoWN-8.
Kuln t Car
t or sole st
M. C. BRUCE,
Aurtion & Commission Merchant,
Corner Oslar and Oierrjr ala'
RE-ltX-TTfU Y a-d Kits ermnjnmruui oT VercHaa
dise 4 il cUea !alljt t.u irr to cvumun-
eewaf goovis to Oils toarKH 111! D id m$ aorund roowa
eil 6ttl ap.aad Uie gwuda IU ! 4J tol ta
Uy and Uie wueey paid ver luttiwlb
N . H. NuKuuua BvUlo told Mt mf tolct.
rUarfeS ruaaublr aatd I.Btfrai advaasea StaUe
SUfkH anJ (sloven.
JrVT rwird a ! k4 of X T, Atociu,
t.iuea, i-ke lauJlerciW!t,ia--Si.
tmtiruiof ail lte4 ' '
i. il a.'irix.
1ST to fca4 a
any of Rob Cl-ajbre.at tw-
Rr-fCTTT this 4a , eery ara.ty of St.rt CvlWrs,
ui its aw aiay " "
j. a. imiu.
. 1 l'1T receiveat a UJ tunl af fasv
aJ iWr,lay ,GiUa. mtkt, lla"y
iur ewie trjr
as. IL UA.ll
Wff; B EIIRY & C O.
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BOOTS, SHOES, TRICKS, VALISES, BAGS,
IS now receiving a splendid assortment of fine st-x k
for Indies, tieiitlemcii, llwi, Co) s and Children,
which he oilers at very low priceji forch.
iuarU4-tf JoilN KAMAGF.
Trunks, VuHms &, Honuft Boxes.
LAIiili' Mtra sired It.-ss Trunks:
No. 1 Sole la-iilher Ti onkK,
llonnet IiuXs and SaU li.-U
JuBt i. iM o.nl by JOHN" R.tMAGF,
ln.ir4 4! ill, e lre L
N O T 1 C l.
IS pursuance of a DHd of Truxl, made and execut
ed by W. K. 1.1 I AS to Ine, .lute I -J4th of Februa
ry, lboM, and rea'itered In the IL-cii-t.-r ' olth e ol lat
TldHOU county iu li'.'-k No. 'Z , paje 4 Hi; 1 will
On the 23rd day of April, li!,
at the Oiurl liou. dr in the city of Vashvi'lo,
rKa to Public .-vile, for rash, the lu-al Ktate men
tli'tiod ami dNtcrihd lit aid ded , coliHisliliff ol .1
Acres and 5'l Poles, Mluale i about t toiler lr..ni Naali
vide on the Na.-liVille and t'lul t.m'a railroad, lie
grounds are valuable, and th- se ucirttig couutry
plat-en would du ell to alien I the kale.
mar'Ja-td J.tHK tt Ilii'iVoKTII, Trusb-e.
KfYBRLS. Clover ced,JUkt received and for sale
Oit by Ji. I. Mi:ki:v.
GAIIDEV and Kailroad
and for sale hy
WUa'cl liarrofk, rt hand
i. I Mi ivr.V,
4a Market lrei l.
l?irty Xesrors for Sale.
CoNSISTIN'tl .f some tf ihe ni.wt valuable fami
lies ever altered Iu tbe Naktiviiiu vnarkl I, Hid a
g.Hd i4of young meu and Huru, b s and irtrls.
IHar'.H K. J. I- I ..
W la IUC
tust received aud for aal'' by
rrtinks. Valises and Carpet Bags.
RKOJVKX talay a saily at Tronka, ValtMts im
ar oel iiaaa, lor Sal. lo lor caati l.y
rbll I It Mct.H.L
Corner Iederlrk street and I'oMic Sture,
fS In receipt of but SfKlMi AM SI MHKR LonUrt
I tor itt'e
ble. a.l and eaamiue luriu.
url-lu. atM J..H BUOWNE.
PO YOUNG MEN.
AH who are aoOnrliig treat t'.m U of V'ltTII
I L CtiS, ftiJ-T-AHL :.r tWe devtify la.l
om Fil'AL llSt.K,wa bo r-KX-Y J I'UlMA
I.VTLV KTI1I Tu HJit HkALTH,
rn-Vt.TU AND VJtit tK, by uatug tl
V I L.
T! moat valuable ttadtCB Is prepared frocn a RE
' KIP T OF AS FWIVENT raKWAN fHXfXIAS,
nj is rouMMKly Me In Farope wit Nr.VfcR FA1U
U srXl. It iil thruugbly rraa-ve ail
: rEIlVIL BISEISH,
4 X t
I3rECDTJ TO XIMUCE,
Val will ieatr eh Sa-S-rvr sad Iafutet t a sO
f ftJlFTX-r staVLV HiOfc. It wUI ttooe.giy
e (Balk. ate ti eSWtavf ttte
Mercury or t.scase,
' eea wbak sa saaoy al-taa are tat.a:!y enf
arlBf WiUMMtt know sag a reasvly.
TU atu Of ule wiU iaal oc-a
wi.tk, aai at M;iabW fr etttutsei. Sa frws by
aj to a.U part of &m l a'ted uie. -
Prlcfi One Dollar per Dottle.
1). II. aaDi:UTOaV,
f tsl Broadway, Jf. T.
K. R A CVraWr eiaiK g full aasiicabtra a4
.Wariim w D fee sect whJi ratk ltC. as 4 frea to
LOCAL. AGi:.NTS WANTED.
Large Auction Sale
. " . or
H. A. G. XOUIi !t CO.
OV WEDXESnAT, March 80,.t f o'clock, we wil
ell for cash. In front oi mir Warehouse No
kUrket street, the following Groceries, without r
100 hhds Sngsr,
2(10 bars Prime Coffee,
S-JO bbls Molasses,
100 half bbls. "
700 kegs Nails, aiemrted:
1O0 bblsCincinti Whisky:
S " Rre "
M bags . s. Almonds,
10 " Filberts.
10 " Eng WalnnU;
4 " Brsiil 5uts,
0 boxes Tobacco, va
-i cases Matches:
Bourbon. 155 ds. Painted Bucketa.
f I A t T I r... .
7S coils M nulla R..ie.
130 nores Fresh Cheese,
SOO boxes fur Candies,
200 4' u
2mi b xe Raisins,
60,000 Clears, various
SS bhhj Fecans;
is hava "
100 bhls. Herring,
61 kits Mackerel.
!O0 hiUM I. L.,r.
" " " oe mner arttcH'S UKUaliy n -rel.
KKMKMBtK WE SiJX EVr-RV KliXfyPAT.
X UV UOOlvS.
The American Alaunacand Kepoaibry of t'seful
Knowledge, fur 1RA9.
W.K.M. . . " .
Seeebrs and WriWigs f Thos. F. Marshall.
For sale by JHX VOKK A CO.
Miss llreiaer'. New orU.
FaraKK asb Ian b-ti : By Fredrika Rreiner.athnr-
of The Neighbors, .Vina, etc., complete in one 12mo.
No wnt-r now living aurposa-s her in deeeribinr
homrseem-s and home people, which m;ike tiold-
cmith-. Vicar u( Wak ik-ld Bo pnUt wuh all classes
of reft lors. -."'ua.iciy A'lit.
K Waitdxtjr.y; the Du;iorreotvpe Mm atiire
by Hincniie,aiith-.r of M ku r of 1 hree CUes, -tc
rirexlphr J..HV v.ii.-l- -
THE YOIWU SOI :TIIER.EK !
THE YOnw SOUTIIEIiXEU r
THE Y0l.(; SOUTHEHXEi: I
THE YOIXG SOyTIIEKXER !
THE YOl Xi; SOITIIERXEK I
THE Y0l.G SOUTHEKXEIt !
GENTEEL STRAW HIT !
i K W - V O IS K
M A M: FACTO It V AT
O V A I K, 1' O X i.
r. . nastw.wns.
J. U. MIK
KIIE.i,Hini)( lSTLE& ( 0.,
130 yVrr sTOI.Ji
Jroiy Hilt! C.iiiiiiiiaion
n i: u v ti a x ts9
. 8 ICror.dM ay,
.Asiivii,iaJ 'n .M:ssr.i;
.K !... rs-eelvl . aud w II ki-ei c. ixlulljr
biixtafud and on.pn-le .tio ul ol
hi MtMhiliii.1.. Ni'tl (.rivrrtt . w tl r ViiI v Tra'la
Mt.k-t, mm m Itl wll li.w lurl'l-L.lif PI.
chaise f. r a.l W p ore.
- A UenJ Le -.' W- iw! ret-ef1l Mtla-ileil,
and e itmni vrij rtl..ri t irie al.ia. u.f.
de.'.!y liiiiA.iui.M A.-ni i iu
1 1 id aur busiawa at V. t'a-u lree u J. T.
raw and A , J.bn.4r.llwiKl reCoaBeii
tlM-aa aa worthy 't rob-acu
I will r.Hitiawe li mare !) rncte ni any ausi
arw as berc.dorest N i alarkrt Hlr.1.
aawrt ' HAUA7I.
T virtue f a veadnmnl e aa lo ana direeted,
aud driivorwd tt,m Ine Ii4MM-.bl llrrwit I'wurU
of lr.t co., lenu , at Ita Jam ary Terns, lhv,l
w ill hum to rati. I a sa,m the birhrwt bel.ler. lor
ewak.at the (M,rt ttr vard v ite.lu thecttv of Sah-
vtlka, nw Mt'MlUt, Ihl 1111 or AIUIL,
laM, all Ittm risM, title, claim, mtreeet aad ra
tal, wan a J. C r.J'wa Hru Lad,ur may have sine.
arird ut and b the lMh,wng deaetliMj
H, aait: 1. .. f and V U tbe pua P4 U la
Ut NaaliT uie bekatclng b J. M. Irwin's FataU. aa
iaid tut by II. C. Maicaul, aad registered lb tii Kria-
lecTs tv of I'wvt.iB rownty , lo dh . ii, ua
aagaa the aa.a b-li bavs ibwte i In J.U. Fel
lows by T 1. Msnklerd.C. at., a. any Be anew by
rverure u dew-t If Hgef 'a "Sice U 1 avais. Co.,
V S27, page Vi aad 3W; being leVBKl ,a aa
Ua fwvkerrty uTJ.li. rvhows, to watfy a Jud
Maal rwdemd la favor of Cbartea Lraat aaamaa
,irl ' uldwB Bd J.U. FeiWws. frb. g.ls&H.
U- iil-NTlC, J-arvii of IwvUwua cav
awsra-14 - v IL 4-!' IB-pat Kberit
DlsiolclUn af Partnerli!p.
F but ! -4 say aaw4 SB lb
i 1 TlBa. KrwabB b taw tereM r lb Bale I was ve
rvixatw with Butd taw test wf Har. b,frm thai
uaa Ht 0l owUkS IM .W.M-M is sa sa Sbsm.
lie aiw a autb-rnwd to Belli th. baa?e of th
trm. I ass Ualtai la ssy fneads for the liberal pw
Uvaaf r-i wjweda -f r , t U- H, HAVNkH. I
Whitf i'fhanock Potatoes. .
ff HK1X rwre waaw Kewfcaayeck. rVtwii-M, ae
XUU awb-eW tut Bawd, aad warraawd par., Jua4
ICMteal BBS fclf BaJw by
aarh-s A ARMSTROXU 4 CO.