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TUESDAY, WAIIOH 18, 1S0.
Ytm Washington correspondent of the New
York ftibuAf writes that tke " recesat experiments
Hpenmrthern opWw by rjratara sad tpMagers
seat from that city in orgwwiriig a third prfy,liave
reaoltoi very pnsstiafartorily. Hay report New
York, Pcnnsyl vaaia, aad Mow Jersey, aa not open to
convietton. and despair of anr noretteota which
will attract support in these fitalac."
The resolution of the Duftoersttic Senatorial
Oaoosw on the subject of .fotectMW .of slave pro
party is Territoriea will eosM tap for dieewasion this
week ia the Senate. Tha Now York Journal of Com
merce, says that the lesubatisM leetipy middle and
tenable (round, and will be accepted by a majority
of die Democratic Senator.
i Washington papers .state that Maj. Bex ?IcCcl
loom, the fatnoas Texan Ranger, has been telegraph
ed by GarJIflestMK to proceed immediately to Texas,
where fa will fee pat in eowmaad, no doubt, of the
Sttte jbxdbi rabfed for the pnrpos of suppressing
r rtpetifhr the wwas of Jaearican and other banditti.
' "Tfte excitement now prevailing in Teas on the sub
ject will probably lead to great exeeseeson our side,
and perhaps to a savage and general border war.
The National Uakm Whig and American Kse
etrtfrn Committee, (that is the neie party) have fkaei
ttpcpi Bsltimare as the place and the 9th of Xay as
the tine for holding their National Convention.
!," the reliable WaehingtM correspondent, says,
"ft hsiications are that Jlr. Bkix, of Tennessee,
' Or Jfr. BantB, of Missouri, will be nominated at
Baltimore.'' The Chicago Sack Republican Con
vention wiH meetfe six days after, and the opinion
prevails with many that they will nominate nt Bal
thnore the one who stands the best chance of a re
neawnntion at Chicago ; the object being to secure
a thorough union of the entire Opposition upon
terns that will enable them to secure an electoral
ticket in the slave-holding States. The indication
am unjr much that way.
The Washington Star esys that it is currently
minted in that city that Senator Doooias makes no
bones of intimating that if he be not nominated, or
if some one else is not nominated upon his platform,
("sqnatter sovereignty," he wiH do hie best to or
ganise a bolt (a la Vax Bckkx in 18i) throughout
the Northern States." The Star adds : "Now, in so
doing, be is simply insisting for his own advantage
that the views concerning a platform prevalent
among his followers in abolitionized States, shall be
accepted by the Democracy of Democratic States,
under the penalty, m ease of a refusal so to do, of
Bghtitxg the approaching contest under the disadvan
tage of aU the injury he can possibly inflict cm the
Democratic cause. Independent of the fact that he
has already worked all the mischief to it lie can ac
complish having locg since transferred all his real
ly transferable nominal Democratic strenth to the
KefntbUcans the idea of permitting those in the
Convention who would cater to the prejudices on
the slavery question prevalent at the North, to lay
down a platform for the party where the Democra
cy will otherwise triumph, is too preposterous to be
then ght of in these times.'
Sometime sines, the Memphis Jfiiflsan, a leading
nnuansu"th Opnowthm in this State, round occa
stoa to say many good things in praise of Kr. Douo
u,jhm1 to declare its readines to support liim for
the prntidoncy upon the simple aenditipn that lie
weM cut loose from the shackles ff ajDemocratic
The Nashville Patriot recently informed its read
ers, in melancholy tones, that the Opposition mem
bers of the Louisiana Legislature had advised the
policy of co-operating with the Democracy in the
ensning canvass, and that other symptoms discour
aging to the third party"' movement had manifest
ed themselves in different localities.
Of a more recent date the Patriot has discovered
rare points in the character of Stephen- A. Doueus,
characterizing him as " the most formidable of all
the Democratic aspirants to the presidency " a
man of vast intellectual resources, wonderful ener
gy, and most powarful among the masses'' whose
whh Lincoln is unequalled by anything
has ever occurred in the political history of
this country" whose recent reply to Seward
evinced "the sHU of a practiced surgeon' "ami ex
posed the imposture by which the arch agitator
had given a form of beauty and grace ta the brutal
msi bloody doctrines of the Rochester Manifesto"
who is hatelt by the Black Republicans "as tliey
.hate no other man," and who has been done in
justice by the Uxtox avb Amwhcax, because, for
asath we pledge him "a reluctant support" if nom
inated at Charleston, and do not publish his bun
combe speech in reply to Mr. Seward. It is signiji
mat to find such articles in the, Patriot as that head
siWcwm Dococaa,' of the ieh it ft
The Hon. IIbkrtS. Foot: the same who address
ed the Opposition Convention in thiy city at their last
State Convention to liommate a candidate for Govcr
nor, denouncing the present Democratic Adminis
tration whh unmeasured violence has declared
inioolf, according to well accredited report, for jMr.
Jhxjuos for the Fi eshiency, and is earnestly urging
An article has recently appeared in the Chicago
SIMMS, Mr. Docolis' home organ, whieh has been
Bonetmed by some as intimating that, in certain con
tingencies, the friends of tliat gentleman may repudi
ate the action of the Charleston Convention and run
him asap independent candidate. In support of this
idea we learn through the Washington Star that a ru
mor is gaining circulation there that the "little giant"
Meditates following the example of the sage of Kin
derhook in 1848. by "bolttng" the Convention.
c These arc wafesHpon the troubled current. iYhere
they are drifting, or what they may indicate, we
leave to the anxious speculator, who, unwilling to
await the tardy progress 'of the times, endeavors to
prognosticate the future upon the okt adage that
"coming events cast ti.eir shadows before."
Rnvemer Jelmsan anil tlic 1'rcsidency.
We are permitted to make the folmwmg extract
from a private letter written at Washington by an
- nbeerving. intelligent and impartial gentleman. His
Ufrinions accord with the various advices which we
have recently had upon the same subject. The
probabilities are daily increasing that the next
Democratic candidate for the Fresidency will be
taken from tlte South. That being the case, Gov.
Csm'i great jwpularity in the Northwest gives
stronger guaranty of carrying the Northern
Mmim nscesaary to secure an election in the event
f his nomination, than that of any otlier Southern
The folio vr tog k the extract alluded to :
" Gov. Johnson's ohanoce for the nomination at
CharlestoH are decidedly increasing. Iliearmore
taHc about him of kte, ami it k eoneeded by every
one that he can make a very strong l-ace in the
Northwest perhaps a better one than any other
mmm. I would have no doubt of his election if
nemwatod, and that of course will depend upon the
amount of Southern strength he has in the Conven
ium. The North intends to aHow tlte South to make
the miotce. and if we fail they will insist then on
one of their own men. I am for Dickinson if that
alternative presents itself. More t:ian one of Judge
Douglas' friends has suggested to me the propriety
af pitting Johnson On lor the Vice Presidency with
Mr. D. at the head. I tell them Johnson first or not
at all. DouglaE chances for the nomination this
time are en the wane. The 'game of bra; ' does
not show itself a prominently as it dhl a few weeks
KettHOtioH or State Taxes.
No other measure passed by the present General
Assembly will prove more satisfactory to the people,
than the one which so greatly redusos the State
axes, the reduction being nearly one-half upon
exiamg rates. We rejoice at this movement, illus
trating as it docs the difference in parties. Tlte
workjjt reform and retrenchment always meets with
&yor from tl. people, and they have learned by
tbk time, that it U mly to the Democratic party
uheycan look for it.
We are informed that qnite as Urge a reluct ion
ptwbajdy be secured up.w tlte ' Merchants' !
. x "-fcesises her radical reforms equall v as beite
cUl. It isbenefitaiate these, we assure gentlemen
Sepresentatives. that the people appreciate.
Weegrei that the pressure of other matter lias
compelled us to postpone to another day an Uter-
nstiug communication addressed to tlte Legislature
m me anbject of certain matters of grievance grow
ing out of the wrong and MUjuet discriminations
the jjnercantRe interest, m the adjustmeBt
icvemte km 4rfthite, lifrftlbmka
4ml noftm ftu-X surTmt.
T the P-aMic.
A lew daws Kneftnr I M vy
dlnaa to the SensAhlM not having then seen the re
port at length of his remarks, I wrote the comma'
ntcauon ol Jtarcn uv sanee inmame uok
the extended remarks na published. Toe MKernees
th onithot used irr mm am not sur prise uk,
with them I have nothing to do, and in reply to
them I have nothing to say. i wm oe paruotK
however, I am sure, for a further and more com
plete exposure of the facts which induced me to ad-
. . . V, n : tk mnoAffH
vise Hie irfmmussieaer ot lamum " wr
of the Government had been procured by T. W.and
J. W. Newman, upon torged and fraudulent papers ;
and here I may remark that 1 did this lor nit
fold reason, vis: 1st, That the mosey psidtoftem
by the government shaati be sued for and recorer
OdbacL Sd, That persons still recei ving piwons
by reason of such forged and fraudulent papers
should be stricken from the list and b no longer
associated with those who are justly entitled to the
benefits of the Pension laws, and 3d, That the perpe
trators of the fraud, whatever their pomUoti might
be, should, though the statutes enacted by Congress
barred the prosecution, be neverAeless prosecuted
and punished under the laws of Tennessee accord
ing to which no lapse of time bars a prosecution for
foreerr All this! deemed my official obligations as
District Attorney demanded of me imperatively,
and in the performance of which duty, if I failed in
the slightest degree, I merited not only dismissal
from oihee but & just indignation of the public.
i mmmunication I mentioned the
fret that claims for pensions forwarded to the De-
nartment bv i. """"
Attorneys ior :V" . '
had been sent to me by the Commisiooer then in of
nivMttiiration. with the suggestion that the
affidavits accompanying them, and by means of
which the pensions were sougnt to ie procured,
were either forged or fictitious. 1 stated also
the names of the persons who purported to be
th affiants: these were William and Margaret Hans
ard as to the one claim, and James and llolin
Hardin as to the other. I also stated that I had
mule dilisent inouirv to discover and identity those
persons, and failing myself, bad procured the per
mission Ol lae .LnpanmeH hi give iub iuvrumus
an oDoortunity to satisfy me that there were
reallv such persons, and that they had verified the
declarations sent to the Department. That James
W. Newman, after being awhile absent from Knox
ville. returned to me with certificates, which at the
time induced me to believe that the fraud and forge
rv had not been committed. I now submit these
certificates to the public, that it may appear the
more fally how I wasjdeceived in the matter, and
what adepts these perpetrators of frauds upon the
government had become in that peculiar art Tlte
first certificates I will give are the following, tire
orttUMUs of which are stiil in my possession:
"We, the undersigned, do hereby certify that we
are both nersonaliv well acquainted with James and
Kolin Hardin, who are refideuts of Campbell
county, Tennessee, one of whom is still living in
said count v. near the head waters of Buffalo Creek.
near when Campbell county joins the county of
Scott. Witness our hands this 26th day of Decern
ber. A. 1). 1853. AlWSN ItBRIi.
"We. the undersigned, do hereby certify that we
are nersonaliv acquainted with William and Marg
ret Hansard, who are residents of Morgan county,
Tennessee, an the waters' of Wolf Creek, near the
Scott county line; that they are both remarkably
oki people, n itness our nanus tats 2itli day ot itc
cember, 1853. John- Carsox.
Accomnanvine these certificates were the follow
ing: Mr. Robert Morrow, then living in Campbell
county, but now a resident of Knoxnlle:
"Jacksboho', Tenn., Dec. 26th, 1S53.
"I am nersonaliv acquainted with Allen Ileed,
John Carson and Campbell Reed, of Scott county,
:. and have known them tor several years.
from my personal JuuMdcdge of them would
give fuu faith ami cruuuua any statement they
would make. uffK Kob-kt .morrow.
"I concur in the above nltement as to John Car
son and Campbell Reed. Thos. Wkik.'
Besides these there was handed to me the follow
"The statement shown me by J. Newman. Esq.
relative to the standing of Allen Reed, John Carson,
and Campbell Reed, is in the hand-writing of It.
Morrow. Not ha vim; much acquaintance with Mr
Weir's, cannot say as to its genuineness, but believe
. . . , , . c -r
it to ue nis signature. o. .uuntran.
January 3d, 1854."
"Tlte statement handed to me by J. W. Newman, i n
relation to John Carson and outers, signed by Rob
ert Morrow and Thomas Weir, of Jacksboro", we
believe them to be their proper signatures.
C. Waujice & McFhehsox.
Knox ville, Jan. Zf 854."
Now the reader will observe how adroitly and
cunmngiy contrived these certificates were arranged.
First, the certificates vouched for the existence of
the Hansards and Hardins. Second, the certificate
of Robert Morrow and T. Weir, Eqs., (well known
Bod highly respected citizens of Campbell county,)
attest the entire reliability of John Carson, Ac. ami
then the other certificates go only to the matter of
vouching for tho getuuntness of the signatures of
Messrs. Morrow and Weir. Mr. Morrow and Mr.
Weir do not say that the signatures of John Carson
and others are oemune. They could not have so said.
for the fact is Vuit Mm Carton and the. others, whose
names appear w mejirsi itco ctranoates uuovc not omy
did not sign them or auUtor'ae any one to sign Ihem, bid
thty never even heard of the existence ofsucli certificates
until o few weeks since, neitlier do they know of sucli
iHTSonsas the Hansards and JIardins. These gentle-
' . T 1 , If
men are an now living, anu i am lorn, us .nr. u.
Morrow and Mr. Weir certify, reliable and truthful
gentlemen, and if I mistake the facts upon this point
they can eeily discredit the statement, I have not
myself seen them, but have a reliable loiter from
ona whom I deputed to talk to them on the subject,
and such is his information to me. So that the
whole accusation against the Newmans is narrowed
down to these three points: 1st. T. IF. and J. W.
Xetcman applied for Fensions for Rachel Hatfield
and Elizabeth Davis, and supported the applications
by what purported to be tlie affidavits of certain
persons called llansards and JIardins, when in truth
and in fad no suct persons can be-found, or ire eiw
Aeoni of in these localities mentioned in the certificates.
2d. Certificates were submitted to me purporting
to come from John Carson and others, which were
forged, as these persons neither signed them
tltenihelves or authorized any one to do so tor tneni.
:Jd. That by means of tliese frauds and forgeries tlte
ensioH of Rachel Hatfield was granted, and the
Newmans obtained several hundred dollars from the
Government as compensation for their services in
But it is said by Taz. W. Newman, and he is sup
ported in tlte assertion by his brother and accom
plice in the transaction, that he had nothing to do
with these claims. Setting aside the rule of law and
sound sense which rejects the testimony of accom
plices in crime in behalf of each other, (for
if James W. Newman could, by his testimony
aequit Tazewell of any complicity the matter
so could Taz.. on the oilier hand, acquit his broth
er, and so make it appear that noitlier was
guilty. It still appears that ITazewcll W. New
man was engaged in this business of prosecuting
pension claims about the tir-e of this transaction,
for I find in the Plebeian, a newspaper then publish
ed in fcoxville. in 1S52, the following advertisement:
"FF.N5I0N AG BSC V.
" K X O X V 1 1. L K TBXNESSKK.
' Tlie subscribers have opened in the city of Knox
ville, an agency for the prosecution of all descrip
tions of daiias atjainst the General Government. Their
perfect knowledge of all the pension laws and the
places where are deposited all evidence of service
now extant, will enable them to establish many
claims which have lonj remained suspended for
want of proof and proper attention. They, there
fore, offer the public tlieir services, particu'arly in
the following cases, viz: Suspended and rejected.
claims under all tlie pension laws ; applications lor
increase of pension under any of the pension laws.
for all those widows of pensioners who were mar
ried prior to the 1st of January, 1771, and also all
widows who were married prior to the 1st of Jan
uary, 1800. Having many rolls of otucers and
bohliers of the war of the revolution in their pos
session, thdy will be cnablel to establish many of
the above claims. All invalid claims attended to
promptly. Communications addressed to the un
dersigned at Knoxville, post-paid, will receive
prompt attention. J. fc T. W. Nkwmax.
"Nov. lath, 1M1."
Not being able to get a file of the paper that this
advertisement is taken from, I am not prepared to
say whether it was in that paper in 1S53. (one of
. i i . : . ii: .. r .1...
lite Conors Ol Ul.lt Hjtt:i 13 tmw ah umtcr ui iul-
1 louse of Representatives,) but ISachd Hatfield's ap
jiioation was commenced before 1853.
Here then we have the Government, through its
-oper Department, charging, by imputation, .-.
lraud and forgery upon T. IP. it J. IP. .Yicwh, for
the applications were made in tlteir joint names.
We also have the above set forth, published in a
Knoxville -paper, and yet T. W. Newman assorts
tliat lie liad nothimr to do with these damn, and
that 1 wight to have known it! Of conrse I did not know
it. and couW not know it. However it may be ar
ranged between tltese two jwrsons, brothers,
wherebv one is to be exonerated, and the other is
to find shelter under that exoneration, it still appears
from records in tlie Chancery Court at Knoxville. in
the cae of Martha .V3lr's heirs vs. J. t 2'. IP. .Vw
man. and Dobson Miller, that the Fension Agent
at Knoxvilla, about the time of tlie presentation of
the Hatfield and Davis claims at Washington paid
outmoneys. whieh to the amount of S3-'5, went into
the hands of the Newmans upon forged papers, the
body of which were in the howl writing of' 2hwe
IP. Aeirman: and upon a bill being filed charging the
facts by Messrs. Sneed and Temple, a compromise
was made, whereby the Newmans agreed, not only to
pay tlie eosts of the suit and refund the greater part
of the money they had received, but also, the sum
of 125 Ofl as a fee to the Solicitors. In this there
can he no mistake, as the file of papers in that wise
is now Iteforj me. and as they are records of the
Court here, they arc of course open to the inspec
tion of all persons who may be inquisitive enough
to look after them. "
In view of all these facts. 1 must apiin ask.
what wrong have I done that 1 should be considered
a slanderer, not only by the Speaker of the Senate,
but by those who have given too ready an ear to his
Is it notriglrt, that the Government should recov
er back moneys obtained from its departments by
fraud and forgery! Is it not right, that persons
who are on the Fension roll, by reason of fraud and
forgery, should be stricken therefrom, and their
semi-annual payments stopped? And is it not right,
that those who perpetrated such frauds and forge
ries, whether they be in high or low positions,
should be iwnisbed for their wrong doing ? In my
cauecienee I answer these .questions affirmatively,
and so answering them I have advised the proper
department of the discovery and detection of the
fracd and forge n- in this instance; so liereafter
in all similar cases without respect of persons, 1
shall act so long as I am subject to an official 01th
and have a proper appreeiatien of my official duties,
let the consequences be what they may. .
If with what I have now written and for the ver
ification Tf which in M eeery Utter I pledge myself
to the Tennessee Senate if it should choose to hare
a committee of investigation, to determine tne wur-
tt and more Uwiu f fiAin uriiTrnirr ef tlte
ywv "t s-ja r , .
weHesa ot tbe course 1 ttmre la ten uy ox-f U,
wimess oj tueir Speaker, and t.x pnwic oe nui wre- p yro
ed that. I have performed m dnty, and done W f. ' W
inorethan my duty, then will Itit a morJW!r Ljgfefa
tracts from coaimunioatiofiB of persons in official
positions, which for the present, however, are under
tits seal of confidence. This, However, I sUall cer-
aen n necessary io ao unui ue aiow
discover aid prove the existence ia'13&5'
Hansards and Hardias, by mefflte f
Anarsmeat, aOd also, prove the trenuineaeas ef
gJwriaUires of jobs Carson and others to thh tSerfiJi
tilcntes ltereia published. "
Ko one regrets ntore than I do, that I have bad to
appear before he public about judicial mittens; Irtrt
the Speaker has thought proper to publish, mf aft
cial letters aVl assail me in the bitterest terms if
my official oopimunications had been let alone, and
the action of the Department with me, the publio in
all probability would have never heard of the trans
actions. It is no pleasure for me to expose any oae
m I had to do-in this case, but in eelfdinaM Ieould
not say lese. . J. C. JUMsby.
Late and Imcrcsttng- from California.
The overland mail lias arrived at St. Louis with
California dates to the 17 th of February.
A biH has ffeea introduced into the Legislature,
proposing that the State assume the Indian war debt,
Mnonnnmr to asuu.ouu. io oe nam wiuim um
if Uie United States do not sooner provide for
Ttesolutions asking Consress to dissolve tlte in
junction against the New Ahuaden quicksilver mines
have passed the Assemmy.
Iteaoliitions have been earnestly debated in tlie
Legislature, instructing the Congressional delegates
to use their nest exertions againsisegreaauunui uuy
portion of the State from which, to lorraa territory,
until a majority ot tlie people 01 me enure omw
hare consented to such disunion.
The secretary of the Fadflc Railroad convention
has sent a communication to the Legislature, giving
alsmnmary of the action of that body, frmn which it
appears tmuoauios a, jioimunai, 1. u. u.uu xj. ii.
. . ... . . . ... . xc mi. f n f. .
iinntii A A 'i nttie. Mtnueirarav. J. o. j.iurs, 1. vn
Fliclns, J. B. Crockett anil Dr. Rabe.were appointed
a committee to communicate to uie iieisiaiui-u i
action of the convention, and to urge such action by
Uie Legislature as was recommended by the conven-
Tlie principal one is that the Legislatures of On-
egon and California establish each an internal Iffi-
n,n,an fnml fnv tlm niirnnse nf buBulnS the
l,ni Tfailmail. That tlm swamn and OTUrfiOwed
lands within said States, and such lands as may herc
after be donated by them, shall be sew tor uie oen-
efit of that fund. That the roau in wuirorniii tuiii
run from the citv of San FrancBCO through the
counties of San Mateo, Santa Clara and Almeda to
the city of Stockton, and be continued thence to the
tji.n fnontr nt tlw htfl.l-. in sucii uirevuoii
the Lecrjlature mar direct: the country traversed
lw aiil mud be authorised to lew ai special tax and
to-eeutract loans to enable them to subscribe to the
capital stock thereof. That the Legislature propose
such amendments to the constitution, to be ratinea
by a vote of the people, as, will enable the State to
lend her aid ia the construction of the Facific Rail
road to the amount of not more than S15.000.000;
tliat the Legislatures of California. Oregon and
Washington Tertjtory, cause the several passes
through the mountains lying eastward of said States
and Territory to beaccurately surveyed.
Great activity exists throughout the State m
mining explorations, which is attributable to the re
cent discovery of silver mines in western Utah.
The disposition since these discoveries, has been to
search for more silver than gold; and the result thus
far. w, that veins of silver have been found in Ca
laveras and-Santa Cruz counties, and in the coast
ranee near Clear Lake.
There is no doubt of the discovery of sih ermines
in aH these localities, but whether any of them are
valuable cannot be settled without the expenditure
of considerable labor and capitoL
The discoveries alreidy made are operating as in
centives to renewed exertions for more thorough
explorations. The recent discovery of quickilvcrs
minps in Sonora and Nana counties i3 considered
important. Deposits of cinnalar and rock containing
mercury in a state of purity extend along the borders
of what are called Geiser mountains for a distance
of over twenty-five miles. The mineral is found in
loose boulders on the surface, and in veins extend
ing into tlie mountains, and the depth cf these veins
as well as the geological formation of the country,
indicate very extensive deposits. The portions of
tlie mouutains supposed to be valuable, arc all
claimed, and several companies arc preparing to
commence mining. Another quick-silver mine is
about tc be worked in Monterey county seven miles
from the Idramine.
Advices from Carson Valley represent consider
able emigration thither, notwithstanding the incle
ment season. The mining accounts are as glowing
as ever, but the speculative spirit so colors them
tliat it is difficulty to arrive at the truth. Undoubt
edly many thousand Californians will visit these
mines in the Spring, for the belief that there is anoth
er extensive mining region on the eastern slope of
the Sierra Navada Mountains, rivaling those of Cali
fornia in extent and richness, is steadily growing
stronger. Same parties who have returned from
Washoe arc sanguine enough to estimate the pro
bable production of silver from the mines already
opened at SIO.000,000 during the present year.
New discoveries of silver mines arc reported at
Steamboat Springs, North of Virgiania City, near
Six-Mile Desert, East and West of Carson City and
Geno. and adjacent to the Truckee Meadows. At
the Virginia mine the ore stems richer as they pen
etrate deeper. Some ore recently taken out is esti
mated to yield twenty thousand dollars per ton. At
Henry Lake Valley the people think they have struck
silver ore, aad have staked off claims, for miles;
at Blackrock, ninety miles cast of Henry Lake Val
ley, indications of silver have led to the formation
of a company for exploration.
A correspondent of a San FrancJsco paper who
has visited most of the mining localities, writes as
It is doubtful whether a country of the same ex
tent and equal richness in mining deposits exists on
the globe. No.occ can see the country without be
ing impressed with the fact of its extraordinary
richness. Gold and silver ore is known to exist as
far as Honey Lake on tho north. Walker river on
tho south, and Blackrock. about one hundred and
fifty miles from Carson City, on the cast.''
Dr. Randall of the army, had arrived at AValla
Walla, with considerable gold from Slmilkamen.
One hundred and twenty pack mules liad left the
Dalles for that place, and parties were leaving every
dav for the same destination.
The Wathington Legislature had appointed dele
gates to .1 joint convention of Oregon and Washing
ton, to be held at Vancouver in May, for the consid
eration of the necessity of the construction of a
Northern Facific Railroad. The only item from
British Columbia was, that much indignation was
felt against Gov. Douglas on account of five dollars
tax being laid on every mule load'of provisions sent
up by Fraser river.
An Example Worthy ot Imitation.
Hon. D. K. McRae, who ran as the Oppositson
candidate for Governor of North Carolina at the
last election, has declared his intention to act with
the Democracy in the coming election. In a letter
to the Ashville, N. C, Democrat, he says:
"I have returned to the Democratic organization,
and shall support its nominees (both State and Fed
eral) who may be selected by the conventions of
the party at Raleigh and Charleston. I regard the
Union as in imminent peril. A sectional organiza
tionstrong, united, determined and aggressive
menaces the honor of the South, attacks her vital
interests, and threatens her very existence. lam
desirous to engage and combat this enemy inside
the Union and under the Constitution, and by de
feating him. successfully maintain the one and up
hold the other. I find but one national party with
which I can affiliate in this contest It is true, a
small band of -conservative Oppositionists,' as they
arc called, (but coming entirely from the South.) are
standing opposed to the common foe and they have
here and there an individual sympathiser and sup
porter in the free States but they arc wholly with
out a national organization, and. as I tnink, power
less to resist the 'common foe' and I seriously ap
prehend that their effort to organize into a separate
body will but give strength to our enemies and en
danger still further the Union.
"1 have then but-one reason to abanJon my points
of difference with my party enter its organization
and fight under its banner; and I would I could in
duce you, my other friends and the hosts of patriot
ic old-line Wings and Americans in the State, for
they are true, to forbear party and unite with us
in an effort to crueh fanaticism and restore the
equality of the States.
"I expect Gov. Ellis will be re-nominated without
opposition. If he i.s, 1 shall certainly support him,
both because I think he has administered the gov
ernment with a patriotic purpose, and because by
this means I will contribute to build up the party
which I think the only party capable of crushing
out abolitionism and disuniomsm."
The Philadelphia Pennsylcanian contains the fol
lowing with regard to delegates to the Charleston
Convention from that State :
Not more than eight or ten out of the fifty dele
gates arc known, by association or action, to be un
friendly to the Administration, or in favor of the
peculiar views of territorial sovcriegnty advocated
by Judge Douglas. Their vote will therefore, with
out doubt, be cast as a unit at Charleston, under the
rules of the National Convention, which allow to
each delegation the right of settling the; manner by
which its vote ahall be cast. Should this bethe case.
Pennsylvania will have her just weight and influ
ence in making tlte nomination for President.
It is a significant fict, and one worthy of note,
that in those States most thoroughly Democratic,
SrEi'ilEX A. Docci-is has the smallest number of
friends; whilst his principal support is to be found
in those States most hopelessly committed to the
heresies of Flack Republicanism and the fortunes
of that party.
roil NEW OIlkEANS.
1 aHIE Una new iteamer Janica AVoodf
1 Botd Mutsr, will leiveaa above oo TUKS- Jj
DAY next, xi 4 r. ai.
For freijnt orpige apply onboard or to
II. n. HAWtlSON,
A. HAMILTON: Acents
FOlt SMlTMfcASTD AND l'AHUCAII
milE npJenaid pusenger s;emer .ia ii
R 'inMi' t. Jnnvd. DiSHUXL. Master. will t
teiW here on M0SDAV, lith inst,at!2 o'clock
M. Fw freight or pauaje apply on ooaru or
A. HAMILTON. Agent
fOU CAIKO AIVD ST. r-OTJlS.
t BtHK ipleadiJ pajsenger iteamer B. M RCX- k
i VAN. MiLLiR. Mailer, will leave hereon . jiiissaffl
HHXBAV. thn .Uth of .Mtrch, at 12 o'clock.
11., ai above. For fretaat or piisage apply on
l&rd, or to
II. H. nAKRISON,
FOII MEMPHIS JlSD NEW OKLEANS.
rilllEfine iamer JAMES WOODS, Tfv.
I Botd, Master, bavinc been detainetl by bid r
wmther, will leave for the above and all Intermedi u
ate porta TUBS DAY, Uie 13th March, all! o'clock A M. For
freight or passage apply on board or to
aarlO II. II. HARRISON. Agents
l'lillailclpliiii lteady ?I.tdc Coats.
ASjIALL invoke of gool stjles that we call cheap.
BENI y SHIELDS & CO.
ar9 27 and 9 Ctntrat Rooms.
IIUNtiAltlAN GtlASS SEED.
BUSHELS 11CNQAHI AN GRASS SEED, jut re-
14 Mart! Street.
e Kclcptic Xtlagazlnc (or itlarcli.
SwiitKif PrnsKTHiORtiT, saved by hi i math-
ti).bftl,ley- ' FHAGAN,
MoaaV Marsh :IS, I860. f.
The debate wtoaUed to order at nine o'clock by
. Or A-BbEJiUA. '
Ou motion of Mr. MaCLELLAN, leave of ah
aenee was granted te Mr. Feters until to-moaraw,
on eoeouat of stekuess.
SBKAT BILLS ON TH1KD BEADJXO.
Ko. 820 To ebftBscethe time fJterng elections
for Judges, OhaselUrs and Dlstriet Attorneys..
Rejected ayes 6. noes 12, as follows T '
Ami Mensre. Alien, uuaretn, tiorn, jonnsoo,
Trimble and Wood 6.
A'act Messrs. Bradford. Butapass, Hunter, iliolc-
Iev. Miosis, MeCUUaa, Nash, Pstera lUoharasoa,
SteKety, otovati aapfnBrawman 1-
Ko. 807 For tbe relief ef Jftfflfs Mewe, jailor
of Hsanbreys county, raised, ayes Is, noes 4, as
fallows: , 'yJ
Am$ -Mtstrs. Aihtt, JJrjuJfrd, Bumpasj;lH
dreta, Hjmb, luniet, Johsron, Miakley, jutimi
MoALtbio. Jimr. -tJmkes. Stovall. Wood and
Speaker rWwmae 15.
A'oh ftteart HaanoteiJoty aiiutmoie--o.
HOC BILLS OJf yUIBp- BBAlHSa.
No. 808 To provide, for the disposition of un
claimed Assets after teft years.
Oa motion f Mr. 5H)KE3. "seven years' was
etriekeu out and five year" iuserted ; also, the
nr.,nu iik is. &r xtniifln was stricken out.
Mr. S TO ICRS .offered aa amendment providing
thsttba ettit3?i" be given to the administrator
X. .idKietl bv the Count? Court and the
bo.t filed WSfa the Clork-of siid Conn and record
o.o.iminfeirAtnr' bonds are. which iras adopted.
The MH3 ameodd was then passed on its third
reading, 4ryes 14, noes 6. as follows:
4ypHeeirs. Atleo, Bumpass, Hunter. Johnson.
Miokhtr. Miunis, iloClell&n, Ncsb, Tayne, Stanton,
Hui& Smvall. Wood and Speaker Neniaan -14.
" . , t r t , . . . . i.
rfget Messrs. urauioru, miureiu, juuuaiuouu,
Stokclj and Trimble. 0
HOUSE BILLS OS 8EOOSD READING.
No. 802 Toincorporalc the Sle-nphSs Gas Light
CainoanV anil for other purpos-s. i'a3sea
Vn ?,'20 Directory to tht Attorney General of
the State relative to ihe State's intercut in the L
Omniroand Meinohls llailroad Company. Passed.
No. 838 To modify tostion 5.581 of ihe Code.
Passed and tcferred io the Committee on the Judi
' No. 350 To amend tae registry laws of this Stio
nrl l,i rcfiiaol the law of 185iJ! - Passed.
No. 868 To regulate the settlements of the Io-
iprnal Imoroteateat Commissioner Aa9sea
No. 370 To incorporate t'ac Na3h?iijc aud Edge
field Bridne Cniony.
Mr. TRIMBLE ufforcd an amendment providing
thai i fa nler briie) be bU;lt, a u;ac.t iwu nun
drtd feet shall bj lvf-beisrojn iffe priucipil ptnt
and the floor ahall be one hundred ut leu reeiniga,
and in no cise shall tbe bridg obitruct navigaiiou;
also, providinf: that a lien ahull be retained upon ihs
rni eniatB of the comcanv until the u uis oou-
Iraotojd in building tne bridgt shall be patJ, vhioh
Mr. PAYNE offered an amendment to amend iho
charter of the DeSoto InsurAnco Compuny, whioa
The bUl iben paised its aeornd reading.
No. 370 T amend seetipn 2,145 ot the 0 de
Pa&sed and teferrei t) the Cinmittej ou ihe Judi
Na. 879 To amead tha criminal lawa of this
Stole P.issed and referraJ u tho Cooimitten on
No. 880 To divide Blares iv'mppn juiot owner?.
Passed an 1 referred lo tne Committee on this Judi
No 383 To faeililate public trjvel Pa scd
No. 384 For'ibe relftf of the citiiens of DeKalb
No. 395 To incorponto tbcSttte Female College,
in Shelby county. Passed.
No. 308 To iucorporaij the German Bonevolrnt
Society of Memphis. PsiJ. i
No 401 To .tcjrpurale Ihe Ingomer Ldge tf
Sans of vla'u at Memphis PnseJ.
No. 402 To reduce the salaries of buuk officers
and save the unceoaasiry expenditure of the peo
ple's money. Passed.
Mr NUWMAK (Mr Bora in the chairl otTeredan
amendment providing that the board of directors of
the Branches of the BinlcorTeniaseeatSaelbyvilte
and Memphis shall fix the salaries of the Presidents.
Mr lUCIIARDiON demanded the ajei aad noes
oa ihe amendment, whicn were taieu anl resulted
ayes 11, noes 10, as folio wt:
Ayu Messrs. Bumpas. Horn, Iluater, Jobnsja,
Minnis, McClellau, Payne, Siacton, Stovall, Wood,
and Speaker Newman 11.
,Y Messrs. Allen, Bjyd. Bradford. IlUdrtth,
McNcilly, Nash ltichardson. Stokes, SioVely, ' acd
Trimble 10. ' "
So the amendment ws adapted- ,
Mr. HORN offered au amendment providinptnat
the Board of D rectors of the Branch of the Bank of
Tennesson at Clarktvillc shall fix the salaries of
the president, cishierant cleik i,r said branch.
Mr. MeNEILLY offered a bill in lieu of tae orig
inal bill, authorising the directors of thu Bink of
Tenae?see to dx the salaries of tho presidents of the
branches, and to graduate the same according tJ
the amount of labor required of them, but ia no oase
to exceed one thousand dollar.
Mr RICHABDSON demanded ihe ajes and noes,
which weru takn, mi l resu'ie 1 ajei 13, hits 8, a
Aies Messr. Bampass, Horolluotcr, Johnsiii.
Minnis. McClellan, McNeilly, Piyne. SUnteti.
Stovall, Trimble, Wood and Speaker' Newman 13.
Kott Meisra Allen. Boyd, Bradfurd, llildreth,
Nieh, Kichardson, Stokes and Sioke'y l).
So the bill in lieu whs adopted
Mr. BUMPAS3 demandsd the ayej aod nors on
the passige of the bill on its second leading, which
were taken and resulted ayes 10, noes 11, as fol
Aytt Meters Iluater. Johnson. 3Iinnis, Mc
Clellau. McNeilly, Pavnc. Stovill, Trimble, tt'ood
aud Speaker Nawm i-i !0.
NoeiilenTi. Allen. UiyJ, Bradford, lljaipa-s.
Hildretti, Horn. Nash, llichardson, Stanton, Stokes
aod Stokely 11
So the bill vas rejeelrd.
No. 404 To chiner iro Tennessee Medical Be
nevolent Society. Parsed.
No. 409 For the relief of James Jones, eheriff
of Greene county. Passed.
No. 413 To amend the charter of the Jlut'ial
Protection Fire Insurance and Life and Trust Com
pany of Trenton Paesed.
No. 417 To reduce the tax on tho privilege of
standing Btallions and jicks. Passed.
No. 480 To .amend the charter of 'he Taylors
ville Turnpike Company, and for other purposes.
No. 431 To incorporate Gay Street Railroad
Company of Kcoxvillr, and for other purposos.
No. 433 For tbe relief of tho widow aud heirs
of Anson Chappel. Passed.
No. 438 To relieve the soldiers" of the wirs of
1812 and wilh. Mexico from t ixttiou in certain cases
No. 440 Tj supply an omission of the Code
and for other purposes. Rjectd.
U0U3K HILLS OS YIWC READING.
No. 418 For the iciprovstnani of Obed's liver
inFentreo anl Overton couati.M aud f r other pur
No. 430 To eslablisha Common Lnv Court at
New Cintah in Jl iwkiiis county. Pusse.l.
On motion of Mr. PAYNE, tha Senate took a n
cess until two o'clock. '
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
Monday, March 1-', 18C0.
The journal of Saturday was raad.aud aprjv d.
A PETITION AC.
Mr. DDDLEV presented a peiitiou from certain
citizens of Montgomery coun'y, which. was referred
to Ibe-Commillec ou Agriculture, wi'lnui reading.
Reports from Cotniritiees weru made by Messrs.
Tkewiiitt, Gasit, Britto.n, and Maetin.
EXPENSES OF TUt; LSGIfLATCBI.
On motion by Mr BICKNElL, thj rules wore sus
pended, nem. eon., and the Appropritti n bill, (with
the several amounts approptialcd left blank) trom
the Committee on Finance No. 5C1. to defray the
expenses of the General Assembly of the State of
Tennessee, with the rop irt of tho Committee on Fi
nance, was read and passed tho second reading,
TO AMNI THE CONSTITUTION.
Mr. HERB offered a resolution which pruv:dts
that ail bills for tdo appropriation of liunty for
Railroad or Bank purposes shall pass simp'c
The resolution lies on the table for onodty under
Mr. Vangbn'd resolution referring to tha twen"i
elh fractional lownship of Monroe c:unty coming
up in order, was read.
Mr BICKNBLL offered nn amendment, account
ing the same and referring io tbe xec'iiiid frmiioafil
township of Blount county, which wis agreed to
The reeolution, at amended, was adopteJ.
FUGITIVES I'ROM LA DO a
ijMr. Vaughn's resolutions offered February 8. and
printed on page 41!9 of the I eqislativk Uxion
and AUkxucak, inttruit'tDg onr SenstniH an ) re
questing our Repreacntatives concerning t"ie dun
dian possessions, coming up in order, they were
A division of the question being called for---
The preamble was adopted by ayes ,17, nays 23.
The resolutions asking for a treaty with Great
Britain for the rendition of fugitives frm labjr,
were also adopted by yeas 61. ntysO.
TEBEiioar Foa raisE meoroics.
Mr. Wisener's resolution, offered Feb. 9, instruct
ing our Senators in Conjress to use their influence
to procure territory from .Mexico fr the occupancy
of free persons of cjlor, earning up in order it was
On motion by Mr. BRAZEuTOX. it was laid on
the table. . , . ,
Mr. WISENER moved to reoonsider the vote lay
ing bis resolution cn the table.
On motion by Mr. PORTER ibis motion was laid
on the table by yeas 48, nays 17
Mr. Daak's resolution authorising the appoint
ment of a committee of three to inquire into the
affairs of Ihe Exchange Bank of MurfreesborB,
coming up in regular order, it wa? ready tegelber
with the amendments heretofore offered thereto.
On motion by Mr. MARTIN, the resolution was
laid on Ihe UWe by yeas 32, nays 30.
On motion by Mr GORMAN, this yele was re
considered. Tbe motion to lay on the table was rejected by
yes 23, nays 40.
A committeo resolution iu lieu, maktcg it tbe
duty ot the Attorney General te . institute stilt, for
the colleetion of Exchange Bank notes, v3 also
Mr.' Speaker WHITTEORNE offered an amend
ment that the State of Tennessee, shall not conduct
the uit at her expenre for tbe benafit of oihert, by
providing that the note-holders shall pay expewes,
The aaendaHt was acr4 to by jow., asys
on motioa by Jlr EwING tha reMMtMB, as
amended, wae Md on the table.
castKSKtot; or sotrrnias srxrse.
Mr. liaker ef Perry's reeolution offer Fehrurry
29, and printed on page 518 ef the Leoislativx
TJmoa aso Americas, oomine up iu order, it was
Mr Gibii's, offered tbe sarae day and oHmea
on the te page of these reports, alM oosiiog up
in order, they were read. .
Mr. DAVIS ctfered resolutions m It On, as' fol
RetohmL rhat the General Aeeemblv sf
see retwgotataK i our preat relations with the
nou-aiiiYeiimauag atatts, an imperative neeeeeity for
deeisiv aWMartdoee net yet distrust the capacity
of tle SootW Stfl.it by a wise aai firm exercise
lr ,??TI1 lwtr to prettot Mm nchts aud
" peeple and iu preAe tae Ubaob.
Ik, That the ricnt of iuk Mails r Ait fir
spemol thB States of this Cosfederaey ts absolve
inew.' "a wi tacit tae scnseul ef ihe
other States fretn their amt lotemu oblicatiens,
and hamrd thelibrtieaaadhapptettM of the ail
lions oomposiQg lhiB Union. cstiBefhoaekuideueed.
Such authority is hslieved to be atterly rextueuaat
both io the principles open which the general gov
ernment is constituted, and to tbe objects whieh it
was expressly formed to attain.
Resolved, That h -Si ate or any portion ol the pee
ple, suffering under l.mg and tatoIeraJMeiwoseion,
and having iried all remedies without is p ef
redres, may hive a natural right, Kbe tfcetr hup
pfnes&oan be no 6:terwiseeeared, aeklwheo tboy
can do so without greater injury to others, te ab
solve themselves from their obligation to (te gov
ernment, aad appeal to the last-remit need net, and
oaunot be denied, bnt that such a state a tbi
dbea not bow exist.
Resolvtd Therefore, that it is inexpelient l
point deputise fo tlieCoufereute prespeeoi by Su
Circlin. of the Southern Stales.
Ruolvtd. That the Governor of thhi Stale be're-
rjuetted ti communicate the foregoing resolutions
fo the Governor of tbe Stale of couth Carolina, and
t) the Governare of tbe other slurebaldiag States
Mr. POUTER made aa intffeotual motion yeia
20, nays 42- to lay tbe origieal resolutions and
the resolutions in Iltu on the table.
Mr. GANTT, in order to prevent diseueion, dc
niandod the previous'queoliotr.
f The demand was suetiiced by yeas 35, nays 30.
ine origiuai reeoiuuons were auopieu oy yeas -i-i,
nays 20 its follows :
Teat Messrs. Biker of Perry, Biylesj, Beaty,
Beauett. Bioknell, Bledsoe, Brszettes, tlrilton. Bui
)er, Cowden, Critz, Dividssn, Doak, Farley, Ford,
Ofnt:, Harrir, Ilehb, Ingram, Jones, JfltD
son, Keanrdy, Klueaid. of Aaderson. Lja. Mac4u,
UySed.'JIorphMS, NalU Roberts Senter, SJmd,
Soitib. Sowell. Trevitr, Trewhiik Vaughin, Mlj
of Dickson. Wbiimore, Williams, of Fra'rikltn,VirK
liani', of Hiekmin, Wwener, Wuods, Wtiedard, arid
Speaker Wbitthorue 44.
Xays. Messrs. Caldwell. Cheatham, Divis, flud
ley, Uast, Enlng, Gonaii. Havron, Hurl, Kenner,
Kincaid. ef Claiborne, M'Ctbe, Mnrrls. Norman,
Pickett, Porter, "Ilmsed, White, of Daidjon, Wil
tiams, of Knox, abd Willis me iO.
Mr WISENER meyd tn reconsider tbe TQtejuit
'taken, lie would vute for same of the reslirti'oB,
uud for some others be ouli not.
Ou motion by bit PORD this motien was laid on
me UDie uy yea hi, uaya it.
Mr. Etst's resolution liirecing tbe sale of the
Hermitage Farm, all except St ty acres including
the tomb and mansion of Gen. Jneksou, coming up,
it wa read. .
M.'IIBBft Keved e amni hy proviJing Ibat
only two acres be reserved, that taey shall be eu
clssed witn an irdfl rAtling aid th it a public road
bo mid e to it frnm the turnpike.
Mr WISBNBU was opposed to,slliog an acre of
this tract unless it go tuck la the descendants of
tbe former illustrious owner, but was willing to
vou- approprtatiouH lo keep it in repair until such
a disposition were made of i .
Mr. EWING, in justice to ihe Demee'ratie party
and other grndtmen wno revere ihe naaie of lbs
old Hero, did uot believe Ibis Legislature would
content to meb a di-poltion of tbi estate. If the
amendment patsed it wou'd be a failing dtsgraet)
upon fie SiatR of Tennessee.
On motion by Mr. JOIISSON, (be rrsoluUon and
amendments were lakl oo iae table.
.Mr. EAST made aa inefficmal ototion yeaj 24,
.nays 40 to reeonsider this vote.
Mr. Gorraau'j resolution calling upon the Door
keeper for the bmounl of postage stamps furnished
to membcrn at ihe. expense ef I Im. State, was read
and laid ou the table.
VOT86 OX TUB TEAS ASTJ'XAYS.
Mr. Mo r phis' resoluli n prevention any member
fr .ii', ch' iiglng h'B vote after roll cull, was read and
laid uu the taole.
HKPORT OF IHE DEtV AKD DUMB E0UOUE.
Mr WilliaHis of Hickman's resolution providing
for printing 1006 eepies of the repon of the deaf
nnJ duml school, was read and laid ou the taMe.
TO ADJOURS SIN'S DIE.
Mr. Baker of Perry's resjltitieu al!journirg the
Legislature tine die ou next Monday, was read.
Mr. WILLIAMS, of lliekman. ruadc a ineffectu
al metiou yeas J2, nays o 1 to Jay tbe resolution
un tac table.
Mr HE B It made aa ineSVatuijl deurnnd yels
si, bays s4 for the previous question.
.Mr. MORRIS nieteel to dhoO '-tfB resolution by
addiug the wjrUi "brevidea-tu rub.te business is
.Mr MaKll.v ottereu a resolution iu I hen provi
ding that no new bill santl be introduce 1 after tc-
On motion of Mr. MORPIIIS the resolution in
li u waw laid on tbe table.
Mr. KENNEDY offered a retoiutiu ia lieu ad-
juinis the LsgWlaturc hh die on TharsJay tlie
Tliiu resolution was also laid oa the t lisle
ilr. cuiv l'K.N tuidsan ineneotuil motion yeas
30, nays 89 to Uy Mr. ilo'ris' Kuieudment on tte
O.i mutioa by Mr. GANTT tbe rejsluticn and
amendment was laid on tae ttble by jeis H7, nays
TO KKLICVS TUB OALElDAU.
On mo ion by Mr. OlIEATHAU his 'bill to en
courage the proper orgtuization of citizen HjlJiery,
was laid on tbe table a similar bill having posted
HOUSE BILLS ON S BOUND UBAUISQ.
On motion by Mr. WISEN'HU it wn ordered that
tbe House proceed lo the consideration cf House
bills on the second readme.
Mr. Etviog'd. 250, to benefit the Mechanics' Insti-
slitu'.e was laid ou the table
Oa molioathe House took a recess till 2 o'clock.
corrosi Ai'o wool factory.
a 1,0 any pentlemen who have capital aod willinjrnesi ti estah.
B ksti a Factor at Nashrllle, loser to sail, to lease, or on
trioute as stock, (la whole or la part,) the large brick building-,
witn turee stcries, aoam ot tne sute Hospital, x&e miin build
loir was erected (or a Ootton Factory and is very strooiilr built.
apd together with other houses, brick and frame. Tell alsptei
to the purposes of a maaafectory. There is room enougu for
about fifly looms, two thousaad spicdlcs, &e. Good suppb of
WAter, L(1 convenlSDt to railroails, ai.d where an indnsiriouj
population ot mechaolcs is rapidly settline.
Whoever takes aa intelligent stuvey or the position of our
city, can readily see thai we have great advantages by actual and
prospectivs connection with aaextemive region of country, the
people of which would gladly parch lie every article which we
could and should mauuiacture here.
Other cities aod towns in the South are tiling steps in this
richtdirectiou, and if we delay, will sooaociupy much of tbe
territory which oa;ht to be supplied from this city. With pru
dent u&nageaieat. such a manufactory would le sufficiently re'
raUBSratlve to satisfy any man of pubHc spirit and good cjn
science. troarlS dlt A. W. PDTNAM.
tiUIiAT miPKOVEDXEiVr IN DENT IS 1'ltV
"R WOULD beg leave to call the attention of my patron i and
E the public itecerally. to an entironew method of insertin7
Artificial Teeth, upon a rec3ntly disoovered noa.metalic bass
whieh possesses reat advaatages over all others ever before rued,
mong nhich the following may be specified:
1st. They are much lighter in weight, and coniequently more
pleasant to the wearer
Sd. lbey can be adapted to the mouth with more accuracy,
and under all circumstances insure a perfect nt.
3d. With this method the mouth cun 1 restored to iti oriirin
si shape; a desideratum loog been required in the Venial Art,
and or equal importance to tbe patient.
4th The material, when being prepared, is soft, and fills up
all interstices, leaving nochanoe for lodgment of articles of
rooJ.wliicnsomuchainoy tne twuent iu tee lorserpian.
3th. By this metaod, in ten hours from the time the teeth are
extracted, a perfect set can be inserted, which cu be worn until
the absorption and hardening ot the gums takes place, when the
name teeth Cin be re-nueu ai a I mail expense.
Uth. Tjeth put In upon this mettul areequally firm, and being
lesi liable o break off, are as durable as when lasertnl ou gold
I have on bind a large supply of improved teeth with a pol
ished surface, which uuinut be Jetceted from the natural nran.
I have inserted over flit sett, Including partial seti, erery one
of whieb is giving the utJiMt salir fmtkHi.
Xashvilie. It. RUSSULL, Dental Surgeon.
Office aad reridense South Oherry Street, 3 doors South ot the
Post Office. fmarl3 dlw
BUDGKT VVS for April.
II lilt GET FUN for April.
1ICDUKT-FUN for April,
ItDDGBX I'ON far April.
Just receiveJ by
All sixes aad qualities by
J0HN20.V t TREANOB,
Mo 6 Uokn Street
TncsdayBvenin) ?IarcU 13
Last week of the engagement of Mr liduin ItootU, was
willappear in his great character of lu0, in Saikspeare'
tubiime traiedyof OIIItii.LU.
To conclude with the farce sf .TIILl.Y; the Mikl nithlbe
Wednesday Mr. Booth will repeat hit great part of Richelieu.
riAli MANUFACTt7ItED XOItACCO
WU call the speetal atteatieei ot dealers tj the Auction
Sale oT.38 boxes ot na Toaaeea, to be sold without re
serve this moraing at HSo'cteet by
BBNJ.T SUIBLD3 & CO.,
marl3 lit No S7,Coege Street.
cwatid Hcautiful -Style ol Jewelry, at
W. II. CALHOUN H. CO'S.
O ICII AND ELEGANT SILVEIC AVAItE,at
JLV marU V7. II. OAHtQgW CP'S.
INE GOLD AND
SILVEIl ENGLISH Lli
W. II. CALHBOcf & CO'S.
Fine tioldund Silver Geneva AVatcIica, at
3arl3 W. H. CALHOPK &. CO S.
CIIIEONOniE rUBS, DUPLEX. INDEIT.N
BrlT CBNTJSRSBOOHD WATCUBS. Watches with self.
wtadiBg attachment at W. II. CALHCOM 1c co'S.
JfnKGNCH ALAItlTIS, CANBS, TRAVELING
ff SATCHELS, DRKSSINO CASES, etc at
marl3 W. II. CAL1I0US & CO'S.
F1NEFKENCH CLOCKS, AND TltAA'EL
ISSQLASS1S8, Oo and Silver Spectacles, floe plated
Waiters new style, Tereens, Gravy Boats, Vegetable Dishes,
Uaagsr Stakes, and a great variety of new articles or Plated Ta
Ue Ware kt W. U. CALH0U.N Ac CO'S.
mar 13 dlw , Peblic Square.
GASSELL'S ILI.BST1UTBD ll.TIILY Itl
BfiK PabHsasd III Ihly-te beesBpletelbi lumbers.
Pertaleby l(eMj IIAOAN Cl TREANOR.
MMBBBBJBMJHBtfiK' loBeaBjsaBBBaaBBjBBasv BMMBBBaxgaBBxeaaaBxaBxa ,
4 '''treBBBBBBBBBBBBBBK oBbBbBbBbBbBbBbBbBbBBK
sPKim sToci of
y GAI'CBBUJi XKUNKS, VAMSES,
CRrpet Bag's, c.
fVK Sf 'eMC y targe
tea no wW Iks flaw
rte art wtlt KiWMtvM
riantafid'd SiHilreHtl Ske.
TTTT mk&&eiuilhm&tm do vetl to eaU ob M.a w
sen tbea Vorfflh,
rAKKtUC, SISsHGKBS & C.
mull '' , 4S 0WIeStt(4,Has6vUI.
Jast reaeiMMSJk ktjt'
41 ol I osfrfiVt - - - NavUvitler.
Kevolutfonsr Iiiislisli History.
4 Jflfe SrlMMITTAUaHH.D. B.
Elites an Kursiugt
AVliat It is, and nrtaat it ia uot.
Br FLeHsfctrOE XWHtlMAUt
lr. Ohllmin at Groys ton's
Uis TatU There.
a ar -aMttntfil- tt ttkWi
41 College Street;
T 1 Jf E 0 0 F 1 N .
TVT O srtMa W everyet bees latredsMd Oat tqaH TIN
XI A-jA.A jsirJWBasiHirrses. its
Slice Ufn o tli tjrt Vor.Jf alU UaMfir'
ilea vnn ci y nj.
T. HI. EUBtliVKS Sc CO.,
3T C II U II C 11 STItEBT,
Oardtr betow le ?elae
COAL AKD IVOOD COOK STOVES.
Druggists' Onus-bost stonui triad
Coffee ami Tea Urns.
1'Iaiu and enameled Stew Pans.
Tin Plate Wire. Hivits, Ac., &c.
Wholesale Tin Ware.
WE are constantly anstifcctartng fr the wholesale tr4e a
saperier qaaKty r Hk wan, aad ate offering a better aa4
more sanaaK&rHBie'n&a m ssaaiiy mom, wmm oar orMes are
as tow as tae wrest enr rates.
T. 31. SUIUJAK'KS A: CO.
nSirO-d&ir 37 Churet St, ooe toer batov
illtcr.itions and Additions
TO TJIS COURT-HOUSE, NASEYILLK, TENS
Extended Time. '
OIUS will be received for the above tilt.; o'clock TaesJT ,
; p jurat l', lt: ta be seat to or oOfee sssled, aad, ad
' dresitd JAMS WEN'T WORTH, Bjq, Nashftne.
! qstU w&d II M. AKEHOID, ArebJteet.
IIEXJ S SHIELDS & CO.,
WILL sell in their Front Rooms for easb.aa asosrtewBt ot
Bev x'nroitBre, now reeeiriag, eoasistisK at Seereteries,
mgB P' na uotuge Beisceaas, waxa KoMs. a4 latie Win
siaads :0lri, assorted, Loanges, Uatfeoses, bm.
AissiSW boxes of TOBACCO, Sue bfaas.
Oftsxs, seap, candles, catsiws. corn sbetlers. wasMac aad
sewlsjt naeUaes, (reta homoar, seedoels, al piokleai with
llqaers, wl&es, etc. bale positive aad without reserve.
BESJ I SHIBLBS t CfJ
msrll Ko 87 Collate Street.
Auction Salo ol Staple and Fancy Dry
(loads, Iteady 3Iaic Clotninjf,
Kooti, She.es, etc., etc.
Tuesday Evening, Jlaroh 13th, at early Gas Light,
TDfTE wiH raatsKto auettoafcr eua, tbe above varieties ast
S received irom tae sasism marut, witn oldors te erase.
A good oojwtMtty is her aSMded far karraiu.
oarll BBHJ l" SHIELDS k 04.
A-lVAGOJf LOAD OF APUIOAX ltRBD
At Whole-sale, tit 41 Union Street.
J W LANG LET
Arclibold'ti OrlVuinal Practice and Plead'
iriS New dittB,wltli Waterejaa's Notes Prlee, 3 li.
The Voyage of tbe Fox" in the Arctic
Seas. A aarrattve of the discovery of the fate of Sir
Jan Fraoktia aad ats coasaaslons, by Csotain MeCHatoek,
P. S, LL D, with nuiw and UlaHatiOM. ttite,Zl.S.
Art Kccreatlon. Being a eeosplmii gaHe to oraaaasttal
work, pilwrtaw drawtaj;, Me, etc, P-Meky
JOHN SO UK tc CO.
TUODIA it UOW131V.
No. 2s Soutls JIarket Street.
tSX7'E are bow in receipt of our Sias; aad Snaet geoae, f
V V e vary lateot styles, ror tnsmasea's wear,aM tsme
our customers ant tMpu-dK ia geanal, toeaasasae.
mariO-lm 1HOMA b. HOWE:;.
ZEX'ejp iiXOC3. GrTVLG,
Msclul in every House,
mar 18 ' For sale by JOHN TOHK i CO.
UK Spring and Sumnwr PssMobs, tocethor wMi a etMiee
Jf assertmest of Preach Cloths, Oassimeres, VattiBfn, Uc,
01 laiesi importruoBs, wmea win oe Eaaee op in ow asual supe
nor yie, anu 10 wmea we respestiuuy lnvt'e attennoa.
J C HARVBT t CO
N B Always ob hand a select
assortasat of farnishlag
It INC! BORlIV ETS:
I I. ATS AND HATS ! I
Important to Country Ulcrch'ls A: milliners
"3s rjv your Bob sets from the onlr exclusive Mil
8 licery house in Tennessee, and get hue styles,
anu at prices iweniy per ceni oeiow rreoit booms.
3BGH SAraW aBd CaiD Bannels. new stvie
w ifm Lesheru Flats, Hals and Shakri,aw style'
30(1 dozen wood baadboxes
16B8 children's bats, silk and straw
599 cartoons of Paris and American ikwer
ISO cartaoas ribbons, at
E. WISE. Ajcent.
10 Union Si. eel. Up Stairs,
Next to the Bask of Taa.
A It D B t tiiiEDS!
WE have Jast receive from the faataaa nurseries of B K
BLISfc, SpriBgoetd, Mass, a terga v vrtety ofaaoioe
Whieh we warraat to te fresh aad gaesise. aad te be at least
equal to any vegetable seeds rahwi ay aay other grower, ia aay
section cf the ooantry.
To latroduee these seeds generally, we have put tataa at the
very lew price of
Fire CthUjur ltpr Fifty OmU per Jaesa Itpr.
Among our seeds are twelve varieties el Caabares. eoatalaiag
those rals:d from the choicest varieties iBpetted ay the Patent
ExtraSarlyanil Large Corn, for table use.
Uxira Early Peas, both tall aal dwarf.
ICuaiiK, llusu undl'olc, agrnat variety.
IE? Fer'Se cents yea tan get twelve varieties of choice seels,
of tach enough for family use.
mw8 MACKCNZIB i MINC11IX.
HV1AXOVS UOOTS J
TTTTE have a few ef the eaoiesst varieties ef the G Initio
and Jupun liilr. sattaMe for Serine
JIAOB.KMZIE & MINOHIJi.
WE hare a fine supply of Stiaies. Shovels. Bakes, Hoes,
Trowels, tools for the ate ef ladies aad yeeths.
marS NACKENEIE &. M1X0HIN.
WE have a great variety of Coo V ing STOVES Mr eeal or
wood We have three site.', vis:
Tropic, patent gas calamine stores for barsittr ael.
The Itnrelta, whieh burns either aeat or weed.
Tlte Old IliCltOrr M' rotlirllt Iron Slni-n.lu
enwer coal or weou.
MACKV.VStK Ac MI.XCHIX.
OUR stock ef Sbeffleld treble pitted TaMe, Desert aad Tea
SPOONS: Tihle and HJtVn, . waiTnn "
rers, Tea aad Ootfee Pols Iseesaplete.asrioaeredsdlBW'pHca.
Coal Oil Lamps.
All the latest imnreveeteots. and Am nmliiiM Ar rwi nsi
SI aad JltS pergalten.
xAvar.wiiB & MiNCHur,
"rS . (j and Id Oallase Street.
5BBL8 Coal Oil, a very seeerior arlicie. Jest reeetved
aad for sale by
BAINS. BftOWN fcOO
rTIANNBR'S OIL, Sperm Oil, Lard Oil. Oeal Oil, Llatred
J (XI, for sale by
BMr-tf K AlXg. BrWWN k. GO.
COAL, OIL LvAMPS.
6D0ZBN Coal (Hi Lamps, ef varieat styles, fitted with the
celebrated CoMn's Banter, for sale by
iiAiri, .ion M & co.
Wew Stcinway Pianos
d"1 AN' be had only tf J AS. A. McCLBRB, the ,
ole refirtomteMve ta Teaaessee. ef these 's-fleVjVBBBBBs
nowaed aiskers. Ttvty are soU by llist at amaa-R ' ft
faeturer's prices, wtth treieht onlr added. Aft others offered
are seeead head. Call at 33 UaieBttreet.br tee new article.
J A BcCLUBt.
YOUR atUMtiea if resfeeMalry levhel to a eeaatUM assart,
xaeat of ahinjed taacy ITalklnr Citues, last
reeeis,! it BOER Meatr snd ietaar Store, g Untoo street.
utll aw( seerasei. mar
THIS lhHWtah aad peaalar brad Bare H -raeaod
StalHoa will resaain at an stable, another sea-
Chllde Harold ran all di&ta&ces treat 1 to 4 miles
and was never beetea ea tbe race coarse aor bs tsMtearrbaj.
He is the sire of some of rba best rasen of bhtir year-is thekarg
est and Saeet breeder I have known, ia proof tf which the re
cord of the fairs shew teat Ms onlta tooksaere ateesiaatt thaa
any Mood horse ia Tesaessse.
Ills price will beSSefe.- thorough ed aad fbtsassma
mares. In all cases theeaeh will be required before the rexeevel
MmkeatUlektse ofsaeB.tSl w Hub, exewMwhaa
particuearatlnrionBdSeed lerisajlii f. Me Beaimr feraeei
eets. 1 n all oas T aBre ttieiaass loayeebire trails tle seat
seasea, or the ateaer ftraease rettawe tdajy g,
Jaa26-tw3ai alwSai BmBetweB ef faihrWe.
:;?"( f ' t-i:- '
I mar Til lew
b o o k
XUc followiii)c rare and valuable
co Mrurrc coumenm or
FOR HIGH TKXaaSQN, ttl MH-.a)rlM awl mie-
iemtajrt$iimW to MM, wfek gwerat 3Mz. 31 vers
i!St, aK TMim !
'tf A rrstlsnial Ss,StWK hkMtvUi
I)Om3LBY'S AJfNBAf. KSGISmtK, eoMle. from
Hseonm.jiB)t8eiaiyntt0rrot ,tth Iar.
S8oW,aK. tooiwt. J '' " -
. Csrnswsca aenelse alsliawett v4a4I fer resese;
a dtia view ot tfce. BalMas, Ltserata'c, Bigrafifcr, Psr
KamesetsT JliMory, BngiW. ssatfttfoe. &c, of vH
GBNTLSKAK'S MAfiAZC$f OotMyleto Amh tise be-
giaHg in Ki te Je, VBM. wHi the PIVE SCAHCKJS.
BxyetIMS, Htastrated k4usr IWKlwt fMMti
aad Bagravfays. 9W Torunios. alt Is gsed aier,Bi
bMadiBhaKeaK. Losaeew A asost valwMtSooXet
Refei tc 1st Leeal History, lMlUifciil Krarte. Paaity Hh
twy, Biogrspay, let., for ever a eeasnry aad a quartac: m
compMe aad nalfcsM a copy is batrartiy to be aetwWi
GOBHBTPS PAAAX8t'TAt HEtOKY
SN'GL.tND.froa the Normaa Ooaawffc J8 ts 1B,
asffipMe. OS toss, royat ha.y aatsfe Caadasi.
COllBBrTB IIXATjCAL WORKS: Mug eoti-
ptete iWMfc t t t m TOtsaaf. wMak eeafrise Mw
wvWbs f PBTER POReKJBJSE; MMr Begistsfs
&c, wife Botes, cMsterioal and BxpSaaaWry. S vols, 8vc;
BLACKW0OBS iLVGA2INB, oeHwtetei from the
emmeeefffit ts'lStto Juar, IdSSf wrSt Index. 86 volt,
baUeair.- A frcsnaenteoy..
NOTES AND QUERIKS. A medium of
maaieatan for Literary Men, ArtMs, AatfctuaiiwM, Seae
alegittt , te. Ktoss.sbmH-Ho, aK.
HONE'S POPULAR WORKS. Ttw Hmy Day
Boek, TaWe Bwk, aad TearBeak, wish Wd lha.
lags of OM Baliaiags, OM OntsaastKesMrtaxfce.toaateat,
aad Caetaslths af every Joscrrpxtaa. A tls,M;kaK aakt
Aa eversasstagfaailof asamsawataad iualiaaltsa, aw
Uialag tafcraiitisa aat eastir la be aw ad ttsowaofa.
ROSS'S NBVT GKNB8AI. BiOCKAPHlCAL Mt1
TIONABT. TlseartMas ssaMaatalr eaeaaost
sekotanof tiM day, imliiiiitag MPCS aaases.
it vets. Boaal'Saa; aatf. Laadaa.
V. T. liBKItV Jc OKIttPAWV,
NASH &, MARRs
Statement or tlte Condition ol tke Quaker
City Ininrancc Company or Pliiladol
pUia, Pa., on tlie 3d day or Jan,, 180.
Xaae la eoaipllsaee with taws af Tia nn
The huk is tha "Oacttar Cttn
JiMwaiias gsassasay." Loea
Uoo, Na. 48, Walsat Stftat, PMladateUa, Peas.
ThaEMaatoI Oaaital SMk is
All ac vsks is pan ap-.
The Assetts of tbe Cosspaay are.
Real Estate UBiacaabered, Wasted ia FUIadatcMa.S 2,W a
Bosls aad Mortgages. betBejarst ness oa Seat extata,
wertk double tae amoaat, sHaated ia Plal-
pMaaad elsewhere, fatly tecared aadneeaae; a
per cent interest
BONDS OWIfIB Bf IMS COMPACT, TIX :
Lackawaaa & Bloomiagtoa K R7 per cC. ..1,19 M
Greea & Gaates Et. Passeaaor K B, 7 per eC.4M
Mercer OaByaay Btads, gyeraeat
Peaa.eeriral BaBroaa, 6 pareeot. lt (fc
Bite City Beads. 8er esat Sjm W
Uilwauke 9aLiht Coonaay.Brt-l,HW W
Ilarttord Coal Comaauy,7 per eeai. 3,l a
Ohio Bonds 4, eg m-
STOCKS n W.N TO BT THE COMrx.Tr.
Msaares CoBtiaeatal Baak, N. Tort $ Spit W
City CO t'hila xpee M
Coamerciat Kxchaogr, Pasta 38 W
Caion Baak.PMhwseipMa, lJtO aa
Oessatideted, de 758 it
Farmers ft: Mecaaaies' Caadea, we ets
Uartterd Ceat Cemaaar Hjm fa
Mertfa Braaeh Carroll Co W,8l aa
Lackawaaa fc Bhusalagtea R K 798 ew
Issaraoee Sleek and Serif.. 5.7H aa
Jasr-Kixl Anthracite Coal Co--, mjm W
Ceettaeasal Mole!, Phtta. . JK MS
Oeeaa Steaawr Na?. Co SW eV
XI ami i 9t. Pusenger Kaarway 1-S.i eW
Ore aad Coataa. 7,jaa (
Caaii oahaad ia Baak
Oath in haads sf Aatats fs
ts tar eatsfaaiisat y 1 n asasai MisM
Bills recei vatic.
Total assets SOSe 7s 7
Amesatef Liabilities dee eraetdaete Baafctarether
Leases adlaitedaad due.... w . Neae
Losses adjasted aad Dot dae, abeat ajHaJ M
Losesiaaedtnitolaadlaprjceiiaf adastwieal. lVtiu tej
Lessesla epeB waltcoir further yroef aad rasiatiJ SMSt W
Ail other caiiel aceioet tbe OemBAay S5a aa
Tbe act of Iaeafaetadah haat aea WsdaaAss aat 1
The anateet awoeet taten ea exr: iht is IMW aa.
The rates aad iostrilbtlin 1 ef ta Oeeaaaay are. that as she
ptaaac er risks ay seaii
aat be exposed ta a lose ef ar
jo,ww Jyaoy one rtasx
SviTtor PsntntvAKii. (
Geo 11 Hart, PresieBt.aad H PCaettwall. SaaraUrr. nt the
Qaaker City Iasarases Oeaseeay , betas; severally iron, degaia
snd sty tht the foregotat Is a fall, trac aad certeet sUtemaat
or taeasnrs or said Uomuasy: thittansaM Iaeacaaat Bei
By is the owner a.' at tent oae haadred ttoasaad Mists ia ac
ta! cartel, invested la storks of at least per valet, aad of
MM aM Mortgages, aad Ileal JMate worth dee!' the etaea
tor wtcehtaesmets Btortcaeed, as reeaired by the State of
TeBsessee.retiBlatiRf InaBmaee Cenetales. Aad farther, the
deaeaeats say that they are the above dsaefib'd eutnars ef saM
uoeopaey. Sea n Bart, Presideat.
It P Coooswatu. Seeretasr.
"worn anl rabseribed beiore ae this Sh day ef J aweary.
vw. j astsr,
AMermaa and Justice ot the Ptaee.
I.S. L Tatlok. a reealar aawoinUd Ooiaiitaer SV eW
State of Teaaessee, r rrey esrtKy that I hare evamlaed these
eu rttes aaa lavestaeats of the theater City iasaraaee Ootaaa.
or and oesseered them wKh ttewithia slalom cat. am led tan
to beeerreet, aad that I aat fully saasAsd that the saM Oemeaay
peswssee et ever oae awteeree. aBeaeaxva oessars et teeartties.
sueh as is reaaired ay the iasaraaee laws af Taaasaite, aad that
they are werta the respective aaoeats stated huain
Otvea ooder asy hajd and seal this Kth day of Jaaaeey, .
v., trow. SASSVSU li. XAlbi'K.
CBHalraleaer ef Tsan tests.
STATE OP TBMKBSSM.COMPTBOLLBIt'sOPFICB.i
NaShviua March 3d. HHW. t
TMs is toeerMfy that ihe Qeaeer City iBseraaee Oo , locassd at
PMUv. in the &ate of Peaa., has e-eapiled with all thereautn-
aeatsaf aa aet aaietd by the Areeral At irtsbly ot the itaso ef
xoaBes.ee. ta JiArea, l-o, eaxttlea -Aa Aet to reealate the
nrencus or iasaraaee ootcaaatts aet loeorwaud be the state
et reeatitte, -aaa teas J. J.nu aaa vr. j. -tARB ara the h
gttyaxdharlietaEsalt ef sail eeesaaay hi the city of Naeh-
vK,aiBa et Avaaesese. j. x. DUNLAP,
lxall Coost roller.
Polioltui lMHtid and renewed and loaaea
'. eeHege t-
1 ?n BUSHBLS ef the eeleerated "ifflweekee
JLUIS vr ri KAT. Hiitertjia nleetyietTs.
11 ingiiaiitii, aaa lersaieay
D B HICKBTV . .
saer" 4 1 Maeeet Street,
CA 1 BAG BSl
OABBASE HSAM, Jttt .caeleaf by -
Bswaerk.eei rgaiigaaaad tar saee by
I HAYS br tale tbe vary Baset fxeA3MBY PLA1W,
JL. eVMIMtl aS lots tTllUtBBIM a. wm . . ..
tiry.aepertetu ia waat cf saoa, mtt Jad JaJUag
ubaMjaad Iwtll also hastreet Beetaea. hatr tacexttvaH
, ta.n Mubu ea mm ea beaedaewweawetaae. ur
deM Ml at BBJtOv-ILLie A. CCs, 1U be f1
-e n. r WMTkTTM 9 Ext 13 OtitO BOUb IXTTSK,
I ill III Sdhashsti fresh Itaftaa IHmttlav, will be sold
at aactiea this BMreaac, Jf.
BsMJ? MHOiM CO,
Centrhl AHetlen ltoeut,
bui7 IT Oetivee atiret
itoets and shoes at Private Sale.
OtfB arraageni ft ts are eoatamttatod tor regettr aad as
sanities ef aea's weatea's. boys', aad maths'
aodShees. dsweketead le (ire articular alttwtioato this
dt partem:!, we hsrite e aetiee ef buyers te ear areteat stack
ia store, as Mag aader market utter.
Negroes' bsegaLt, extta siaet, at a batgaia.
BBBJ. S. S8IBIM tc 00
Mam oa w aet Oeasrei
BLISS iklGOODYBAK. IIBVOLVBHS, vaatea
laoaalsags, aattb aed aries, Jatt tesertea Bar Ireeter
' B I HRBLBg i; 0B.
iir m .ntHiU'inw e. mi
SpriHSitoeK ! HarIwu-eVCHtry
13tti!foZr' mSStfte?, ''f
FfHtEWK.MAjs IlKSWA R E
Bm bars skis ninlevlaipartaetiir W niww direct froat
KncIishSHsd toomw MmiBfaetRren.
W. Vsiwer.s bow aatavatna with tt,M teir ricma
BIKKCT I W rdRxsxS
lH,fe istMi- tncyonly cUia 'hattlo ner-haau i
01 wr, un ti leaaeaWiiB orrier t., h
U w woes sngtlB,rt.
varWy and thew arc ovenaMri H 1 ,
... 1 .
poatfceiiissos lo buyers ia every respect u u,vw ln ,h..
of the Hun and MarUir, o-a MrUt Sir"-,
tit Umon Street, tfttnvtUe,
VOR MU AT SHK LOWSST TRIC1S
Iai-C SK(MLl.f Frsk
M ED ICINES,
PAISTS, OILS. rARISXE& UTS 7XT,'
mypew GLASS, GLASS WARE. STO SI
WARE, tc, ott
rtsd, Ksm Catlory,
QOLs. mm mm fjls.
ToisstHum liAiawre.Jtc Ikuter of
Ceaaa.e : M Fatal, ae.. Burr.
StatwHi-y, Jxtov, Vc.
FLACC'S 0 SAJIAKITAJt'S
Luatnyaltis jwt lasstM.aad batug WiolosaJe Aaeat '
wiss oa sfiueo. oa so- qui
XH GAKBitSXS ASB STHKKS.
JLHHdretkite ?."rlH Seed.
GfrowtH o" 1839.
tMtst surruM SMOKITXD.
FLOWJRi SaB8S. Asserted,
- GAKDRN IMPI.KSNTS Aaaorted.
Tbe. Iledfc PlaiK ot Amerlee,
JMt luaaatwat 1 small f UP jast raedvaa, aita pamphleti
IBI.B (ExK, AacartosU
Osorer Saaaa 5eo,
- - "
Tliioeaj 3tc a.
SI9X Of TBE MAS ASD MOBTAH.
Oa IltfM tea, eaaaaMa tTasaa, KaaawHle, Ten 5
Cellrated Chilloo. ana "WrouftHt
I.eOKS AK VABIJ BOOKS
are Hi etaaa iu tho eiiy r-r
W. 5CHOCKKI.I., Asent
KremeT Street, Naahville
J. 31BKK15, Agent, St. Lauiai.
Kccent TevirortkriraI KMrylar Proof
aar stc Ob the Bight of thr Ml.
TftiitoiBBW aad otaa la taia Dlw. w
laMaa, aedia atyoeaaioa, year JTo C
ras lasasmarht r
1 saasida saawlttaatooi its fall sa-tre. lz '
Kwsa Men red bet. Ills tear laaairss In circalar, ti r; .
aeuiM.aadsw tstase larvtag other astes, load bot alight
isaaie that years w aid be apretac.iic against sach ijmi':
Ye saay taerelaee Jadga of say surprise aat raticati'i
11 liseslnt the Safe, which was readily .lose, to aad my
aac1 isaaarsaxUsdareJ by lac are xrut, an t toe rcuK-a.- :
In si laxiiiid while the Safe, wim nrv dight repairs vi I a ' 1",
of Bates, will bt as gooi as new. I can meat cheerfui 3 .
eexsadeatly recarrasend year Safe to aiy prrson wisfic
Bespeetfaliy, M U. H E :
Timrrwc, ilaae Jn6.1.
Tbe 6th Septnber lst. we parcaased ef MrC F Haskr 1:
aU.lllie Fire rh1 Kurartsar Proof Wreught
and. Oil tiled Iran Sttfesi. Oa the 27 th Nrva e
eas-aiate wtaah was of sraed, M feet deep, -Uth most .j,' 3
ease, wMeeneaaatd brftre; twelve ethcrbuildinirs be. c 1
ttkesexee time. The 3axe wascxpesej toasTuata h-i. l:
eeM have bsea la asy loeatioa ln tbe baruinr bail'ii.-.'
whs a tenlerl osT and opet ed, neither the Koi,k-case ncr
the Books wore cttarreel )R tke least.
Wahave Matihe Seie, as yon laejeaaaat, to your ;
New Tark for eahmtioa. aad will sclent one for cur v... r-
sesek an Baatea,whaa ear aew Here is iloae.
a WAsnBt as -tSu
LivMLajjx, BaaZrar, If T Dear air: As
wellsead at aafcte liar lanitin BGihui.fc
yee xeey seadas aaethar. lb fa waa to tl
Vooorracx.Yt.Feb U, j- 3
you reouesf v;
the are atou. e
BrttesaeUoC the solid brass,
ia the Are) aad still the bo-.j . I
any aanare In bank bills w
Baatas Beaavia As isass-A sldassiaatinr,t. -
ajtatsis Upesacott Jtartln's latae proviaioa dealers- .
eeass xvaaan, was saeeXaa 9seaayahjht, Janaary Sw.iry es
taesees. They aaptted the aeaal aaiejar teeta, as J had pm,
to Mew the leek, bet the eats, which was one of LittiCa
Callldd and. Wrexttrht-Irtm Powder Pros'
SAfe)reelsedall attesasts. Thcbarglan weredoght
la astatesseat teaee to Mr Martta. Ihe stated it "fu .11
, sense to sake aa litem nt ea I.ll I I'm Nere . -h
?"y '""" lemsanii. so see liaecoou doLaoyth ;
Blsici the above was esaied in the TkoneM. the n, 1
f-beasjar, as oblhaad at the business hu ceafcesed t one
sainaia, nat he has tried oa three other oeceeiuai to hrea
Ltttse'a afea, aad that he tailed m suca attempt Th' j
Bad theia borglar pooof-ymurw, I8a.
aasnr at, Peb 13, l-OT
T ahienee at Cha,--.'.
. Mr ttcck, as a i
sj. amir, aaa aearBin Baa
esalag,By ssore was foreaelaoa
MheBBaAexeBSeaoxexexekexeBSt eaaaat oaexeBeaeVeaH m
j '''TeTeF 'BreBreaBBBBBBB oMBBB JVWWj 1
la oae of your a,
JAiHlbBi LOW A: CO.,
48 MH Strews, XrSBiaville, Kv,
T3 AT8 jeet rtesivid aadfor tele:
aew style earing atIAaTL3, aseatttd
ewe - - Jaaolies,
I caat Caaa ftatttma dnMgae
I " AtdsiaBsalatd'a -I
I " Pbda Lvaas "
1 " datseatte
S - ree vol
1 " fasSsaaredl
1 raeaay soottM -
S " tseCT Mi real Ties S
e - besT - 'to
3 " wtate d..
Sit lniM Bath Bastisk itil tlockaoaek Towel
MglososOrt tulrlss aad elasrs
t p'ssesaew afif silk mixed eMtbxf
g ptssaUfc wajpedfaacj rtstlssesse. msr-
JAHBt f. tUEBi CO.,
B4H ObHtsttt iHeteiv PttinIIphia, Penn.
MANUIffCrtTMM aad atjporrtrs ef OeM, Slivor a. "
gtett traaes aVsssestts ; sarvwyorr eosapaMfs; m, :
t-aesest.levakaBdeartl aeUteeThieal a,., a-a
assdialbiasr sswnt.toreoeoopesaal. . ;
teeatassss, ar, aat
Aeessew aw. .i.v,c m. eaeaiiTree. 5
WdlT7etaiaat aBABX la Middle Taaaetsee. if -M
to sM acres, trim seiteM- aiMtaga and wr.
arivasexe esaartaafeajaa the expiration of oa: year, i
loxea waexeaxeaaaMteeeiy A ad res
: tern, sitaatiau. &
BMeaetttth tdaaat, Bee? York stating
jKTts3ai cab Mlarx
Ne.!t OeHexe8ret,Ntaek villa, Ttae,
TIIOSB NXW SPKJIVfi. MAT
Waterfield Sc Walker's,
WIH the rpenhag Spring. WaterftoM Wala.
Br aat riejy with ail that ia raw aod desirable in .
the parehts-r. aad will te aeld at tbtir mid lex u-lani!'r
THX XtCAYK HAT
tef these Booolar Hats, i so.', a
LAIKX KXBIHe MATS
Ujwxtd extra qealkieaef tUurBg Bats Cor !heLa.ii eati
KJ aew asettate: aisoaatu
beys acd child no
WATtrlBLD As WALK til.
!6Pul)h; - lear
SACKS just received aed for sale oy
BBBJ. f SttlBbW A, CO.
t Central Store
TIstB, flwi wjl Wiiltajt, jot of aaa healtto ahr-jbe, j a.
iTnisillSlslxarseieby B. f . SHIBlM COu
I J Bwiai!"M"