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The Sfnte Capitol of Truncusec.
Tiie eite of this building in, perlmpn, the niORt
beautiful in the world. Imagine
hill within the
centre of a city, riniujr in every direction to tlie
height of 20i feet above the level of the Cumber-
l.nd Rier at .V.!.hill. four feet of it cre-t beinS
n,n.,l .n.l U.rin a nlateau of Mli 1 liinestone
f r the (oundiiion of the building. You look
down upon the city beneath your feet, and the
propped beyond ia bounded on all titles by a fir
diitnt amphitheatre of mountain range.
In pUn and elevation the deaign and whole char
acter of lite architecture is eeruially Grecian,
conflicting of a Doric b isement, supporting on i'S
four fi'otila porticoM of th I nic ord -r, taken
from the example of the Krecthenm :it Alliens.
The whole Mrufture i oompfm-d if fo-ilated
limestone, hewn an I clii'elh d from fj'urrie in the
neighborhood of N'a-hvill, the blocks of ftone
weif;hiii!i from fix to ten tons. Ti the centre of
the building rise a tower above the roof, to the
height of Hi) feet, tiie nupcrrtructure of which is
after the order of the Cliorasiic monument of Lyi
crate, at Alliens. The various chamber, halU
and porticoe are arched thiouhout. The raftem
of the roof are of wrought iron, having a ppan of
the whole w'dth of the building, ln-ii.g nupporte i
bf the interior walls at the Noith end, and liv the
Columns of the Southern division of the buildinsr,
the whole covered with thick fillet of copper. In
plan, the ba-cinent Morv is inters. -cted by longitu
dinal and transverse halls of w i le dimensions, to
the ri'ht and left of which largi- and commodious
rooms are appropriated to the use of the Gover
nor, Siprem- Court, Sect clary of State, Federal
Court, &.., ic.
From the great Central 1U1I you approach the ;
(r- Vlii- I'lttrlitl II the wlfMnirof ill- "7'.ie II 'mi'
Me m. Smith, MohoaH 'o , Iiht up ftircha-eJ tlie ent.
p( material", ulirr'je Ion iit. 4e., of the lutler.
COUIiTT JTTD3E DISTRICT MAGISTRATES.
Election sliirla), vj 3, 1S0U.
i ASPWA 7 AX
rm c oKTf jenor.
rrorvE rxKKitwooi). w a ;i.fn.
;ko n. (iomw in. Jas. inrwditTH.
JOHN O. EU0l0N. J. I. MlKI-tV.
PiB HAOISTKATl MSTMCT II 1.
JMK M. MKU-rV8 ItAVIl II WArE.
HI GH CAKKOL1.. It. ltlr-.
J".,. II.KI.I. 1-IIAMIlVLK.
Monday Morning, March 17, 1356.
-gr Warden's Hui les.jnc ( peta Tn.upo are
now in the city, and will give one of their rnc-
and inirlh-piovdkiiig t titcitaintin nls at the!
Adelidii to -niiiht. Tim favor vii;!i wliich tlii-
talented Troupe have received in the va-
rio'ia sections visited by them in a piofe-Monal
capac-ity, and the high t'otiimci.d ili-Uis every-
where bestowed up 'Cl them by lhe Press, war
rant Us in the bc'inl' that their eli'el t aililneii!
at the Adclplii will prove us wtdl a i-oince ol
profit to t hetiiJ-cl ves as of pleasure to our citi
lens. Their May i limited to four nights.
Jgf"Ve notice that our frit mis Stewart it
Owen, who have jnst pit Mindly ''at home" in ;
their line new Mme house oil Market street,'
Jiave recently IhI lato acccss'otm to t heir
atH'k of s toves, fee. Toeir hssoi tmeiit of heat
ing and cocking Movt-s cinhi a,- s a well k'Vc!-
id yariety. s-iue of the de-ign. being new and
superior. Their maniifai'tiires !' copper, tin i
ana fi.ect iron are tery cieucame f.eci.nt lis
t.f home work,.. p.... which iheV keep a g-odly I 1 U M,i"r nrrlVe" lr,'m "i1 "'e mfr
number of hands cnstani lv employed. Give ,m ""! '.v night. She is adverted to leave
. .. " ! f,r ('iiifinnati to mm row.
thelliacall. , j
" , V." Ilookw tor l niiii'-rw, IMuiitrra and
riitB IN ili i.FKKK-liono . 1 here was a fire ! (.ardnn rt. j
in Mm fi et'floro' on l'i iday ii't'hi la-t, by w hich Our enterprising townsmen, Toon, Nei.on
lhe liii-iness liouses uf A. (i. C1. , Thottna A: Co., Ii iksellers, I'nion s! reet, have amon'.'t ,
Claik, Cdlier it Hitwer, (J. A. Harne-, C'n.ckj their sto k of Honk-, a ch.iice assortment of !
ett A: llaisom ami .1. A. ('ol'ier it Co., on the u-itul works which fliotdd he in the Lands of
Sijuare, were entirely, and that of John Law- j t vtry one who wUlus to he posted in regard ,
ing partly d,-roycd. '1 here were also sev- to t he r.cent improvements in scientific "JJ' i
-r.-tl ma!l buildings in the rear of the above, : culture, and all kinds of work connected with,
w hich were consumed by the fire. j the farm, the plantation, the garden, the man-
iiu emeiit of stock, ite. We take I !eaure ini
Mr. W iso has ntinle great preparation for tlie
current neawm, ai .l inuugiii ntes at Lis Milline-I
! .-..... ... . .1 I I
ly uiriiii 'ii i 'm'mi piii-ri, ini iii(imihi', jua
vfw fijiriroj 7'(.i of Po.nm.ts, and other
article pertaining to the decoration of " ladif.
fair." lleaiuiliil as have been the slle intro-
OuceJ Lv Lim and Lis lady on former ,,cra.
tion, those which ihev introduce to lav will
. , . ,
eel ije them. '"O iwaril, is their motto; and
... f 1.1.. A.. .l :.. .1. . ... .
riraouj n im-v iinn. in iim ii io ta
ter to the thgaiit
oi-i vr ' I I lir i J 1 HUM
JovelT .Htllitrr i'f OUT ril V. flllinKrn of tt Iiotu
we doubt not, u ill attend their opening to day.
UltllM.E IyOC41 III. Wt) understand th l'i inn
lirile Jor tlit liiivdlt aid Naihvillt- and the
Uinderoii and X.i-hvil't. K.ti!r.iaU loi hren
nr.trl j'it ii-ioMtf t!i. f.nmcr I ei-i'h-nee of
lii-ho Mil.", on .wer MitiUet sitret-t. Xrar
the. nolnt It ia I r.i!med wm i.i :.!. ! ami In
liUdd A Tnion I,...emrer Ie,..t. t here, will
riMifentrute) tlir travel of !1 the louds filter
ing tlls city. (inzell.
A IltMiNWENt'ic. n ti n !y when tlie
lie w ot t i sneral St'ottV l 1 1; i r i n . I n f,r h
I'rehidency i leceived heieiu l$o2, we ri
K-d into a harhe, -rh" ami there met a
old Itonnicrat win. neemed tjiiito d'f re.-,-.l.
"Oil," aid lit', 't hv did jon n.-t n niimie
Fillmore! IJi lias) h.'.n .( ino-t t'leeli. rt
Irideiit, and loa n oiiiiati.iti wonM liave ptit
was wt nnliAJipT Rt the failure of th Wh, g
C .... ..... 1 . I.i:..: 11. 1
.UVntl.in Lil d... Ut l.illl avails laa hat aid
hoot for j.ir and tell I in frt.n la t-t Iini'a'w hi-
csauipla. Let us a.l aUuut at.d bu guJ l
iy Mr. Wiaf, f Viiginia refxirtrd t
.Lava id aoinv iii.m,iIi aim iu tie t l h
ech- that -Mr rdlH-.iV. adnn.H..,.-,.,,,
waa akliini'lim lilo " If- I.. a il. 1 ..r...
tr, alnce Mr. F.'a jiuu.1t,atj.,n, tudanj' liaring
'oal Ui a Xrrai.Ki. Tia a iiy that feU
called 00 to ddfijr arxiut th onlr reiotair
remark attrihuttd to Liui for ania Ttaia paal.
rM Jour -
n mii.1 ... " i i . r i .. .il i i i.i i . ...... r. .mi runjM. r.nr. .... ... .....u.. r . I l-V -. . '
s - r-V - a 1.1 w irii i ----r t - a-" -"-. jo ra. In tiwlsll it 4 m J,J lo a
ghul t ae l.lin r.t-ident Bk-aili." " 1 ' ( ale Ixwh, H. V;
W li.M tint our. Jd friend iaralified it,, . . . c. r, !- alug-i a. I sl da
sr. . j , 1 , . w Idle W hit Z ne. Rrww .or, !,,,, Colored t ae, ! "iia ow t e Hani M ivasl .a Ulna a
ill Anil-rlcau Ca.nrtitiitl l.ta Jofy what he p, , ,. ad e lois 1 mi. M h,tn. Ijnse.tNl laniotl.1 A diawtbf U be krw.rAt at sooa a
STATE CAl'lTOL, KASHVILLK, TKNKESSEE.
princina! story by & double fliglit of ilairs, winch ! in lieiglit, twvlve foot wide, nJ one foot in thick
lea.li to the Clmmbi-rs of the Senate and Houoe of tie-s, on the top of which ia cornice and blocking
Ktfpresentaiivee. to tlie library, ana 10 me oiuer
rooms iu connection therewith.
! The Committee Rooms o( the Ilouse are disposed !
on 'be came Boor, to the right ana leit, coromun.- ,
Cat.ng immedut. ly wall It ana the LOUt.e; OVtr ,
, thef-e rooms the Galleries are placed.
' Flanking the Public Hall privaie stairways are !
: couctrucled, leading from the crypt of the various !
tttorii P, and to the roof. A cast iron stairway leads
from the level of the roof to the lop of the Tower,
wheie you I-w.d upon a platform which 13 intended
for an Ob.-ervutory.
The Tower U built up from the foundation of
holi I stone, containing four niches in the basement
mi 1 ci'ht in the principal dory, with spacious hilli
leading to the right and left. The prii.ripal stair
way, which is thhtv feet in width, lea Is from the
centre of the building to the IJ nil of KepretjenUj
tives, Senile Clumber, and Library.
The II.i'l of Uepresetitatives contains six'een
Ihi'cd C.Iumns of the K m in Ionic order, two feet
eight inches in diameter, arid twenty-one. feet t-n
inch? in height, from the level of the Galleries
over the Committee Rooms. The shafts of these
Columns are all in one ieee. A chief beauty and
convenience in thu deMgu of the principal story, so
much wupcrior to the plan of the Capitol at V. a-he
itigton, is, th it llie Committee Rooms are on the
samu plane wit.li, and surrounding the Had of R p
resentative the dimensions of this roo.ri aie lull
by 70 feet, height of ceiling f oin floor, 42 feet.
The Foi iiiii of the House of Ri preM-MatiNcs con
-ists of a semi circular platform, three f. ct in height,
forming three step, ufion which there is a screen
of E i!-t Tennessee vaiieted marble, thirteen feet
Iiv-r ii it.-! Men in boat Sf. (
The Ctl:nl.-l 1 iikI cotitilMH's t recede slow ly,
with lMiwei) I' ut mil five feet on llurpclli
Shu.ils mi S.it lit d.iy. j
Tl; Hill left .atunLij for Cincinnati. ;
TI e lUitucht Lttcit left on Saturday fur Pa-duc.-iii.
The J. IS. Citrtun arrived on Saturday from
Cinciim:iti with a good load. She will leave ,
to day on her return trip. Tlie C. is h gem of j
boat, and paengers will fn d dipt. I'.i ick-
ell a very ntieiitive and pleasant gontleinan
Hhe will not leave before 0 o'clock this ovi-:
The AVuJa and lltrtxtilU arrived on Fridtiy
nijiht fro i n uptlio river. They will leave on
their ret urn tiip to day.
T)t IInmhMt waJ t.x,H.ctt.,l ,,p n Sunday
-r,0 f;,rk Cl'ij arrived from Smit Idand on
S i'iinl iv nii'ht and left lor I'aducnli la-t niiitiT.
j Tl.e a.rived fro,,, Padiual, vrMrnht, '
j ,,,! ji leave on ret tit n trip this morning at
' k; ,,'!... k, C'upf. Mutheny, the aileiilive atid
cum te lis. l oiiiti.aiiilcr of thi.- fleet packet, the
'aiTora boretili-." f the creek, wi 1 pnt pus
sei g'Tv tu paducn'i in time to cuiitu-cl w i' Ii
the St. Louis iiiel Loui.villo packets. Pc
aho ird ill time.
The Cilijof jliinturiUf is the high headed
' regular mail pin kel for Memphis to day at 12
lock. Pa-ctigers will find her to he iu
good older and well conditioned.
lhe.i ' Winnow ?,e from Louisville.
The IJuiiibulJt had nt
arrived last night
i ..i , .. ;n . ,i , i,.
when we wore at the river, but will probably ,
i ' "t !'' w harf to-day.
The Al on ii, from Cinritiliafi, wi.l Jirobah'y
l ive t-l i 'ht.
, .,,',;, th.. attention of our readers to these
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in valuable books.
KAMIALL A. JO.NLS'
HAND CORN PLANTER.
Ut 11 II il ia n.a.-liinr. li'liiiu fX)
Uvlit ami ru u tiatielr a Cff
riftr, our man ill I Itoe AM' "OV-
I m "-a -uv m .tru- .o,
t lh . ami ilo it w-ll 1 lie n-
ji"f" ' many f n c-to-
rw.-r in V,iiu't a, ra.'tif, h .
..Lb i i.. i m eti-actrr rnfv
"t.jti. iciu.Oinii Irmrni I mi,
air ill ,t o rn lr imnti
. . . ,. . t M'in
rrluno Ui- ni.n-y
a ..i . k. T- 1 it - a. a,. a . a k . rt
fll 'ttv ! li'w I Ml lit w t BC 9 IV , Uilf no
Plmnlrr. 1 I .irti .U. I
... or l.- i.r. ani ir.tim..rl's a e gir-n In rry circular, 1
wl K-h I win a-ndby suaU to an o wko akihe.lt.
'IC.,,.Bi . oi
Wi l l"' U"M ""
.'llVlli I llll.lVl sV V, VJ.. I
o. (! VAHHi:r IMIVII.I Hi I
Commission Mercbanti i
J' U th. sale of M irl eis, Agncu laral Impnsrtits, '
1 Bu Mi c Vi'rri!., a , Ac. 1... iiiii ri U a lt-1 oil
ueh .!'. Irs as mm alwajrs b fuuud at ibeir ilore. as4 al
li h rt rs.h pm.. : I
Tbr,n,Mt,nel.M .,s.P..,cwn.adok.ro.s r.'
IJitw (.ir.nt,, rHtoa's Portable Or it Wi l, nme t uners, ;
r wj, HiiHiib. ft all k nd, haias. V.sl uui, c tl aa
tuns, U.tr, Kc.ipli.g and Moamg kl a. bines, fan Miu, Aa , I
BUILDIS0 MATERIALS, 4c, kc
W.n,lo h i U, t .br'.iau l.i. U, M.rb ailed I'oO Mantles, , ,a
1 1'rsUe . a..f.e., M neral fa at, Olue, Taial krvahca,
lopprras, rami Milts, tc . Ae.
; . . .. . . 2 ! k. -
s a aw a. la a.
(.aaa, at. J . aud I la-Icr. e ksep iarge itiK-k of Ihewt
.n..a il r
Cluvev. TleaoUiy, Rla. iiraaa, liefdi Urata, Orrka-'d Grass, ,
B ley, Aw, j
M. ar. alM anweits (oe Peaae's CMrassi4 JCaetoblor Rail.
rwad liursa-rVwcr Threading MacMaM. we haee new aa
naa wnl b beyostd ihe Mt p4, tlsosw who ar la waul al
ihm t4 bHl r by ss.ni..
kI A-s.lt iwawa ARWKTR0W4 a CO.
T wr'I- aa r u. i.arda feed and rwuj
JJ. ed tiijsasa. A lugs tu, oly ta cipct d bj Ibe ir
couw, guruiuuuieu uj -
ehuld of cast iron, bronzed ana gilt Une loot
from each end of the gcreen, on a die of black mar-
o.e, me in rascea me piu, -.
oeau.nuny var.egmeu lc3.UaCl
foot two niche in diameter and ten feet in heiglit.
The Senate Chamber is of au oblong form, thir-
ty-fiva by seventy feet, having Filagters of the
I Ionic order, with a full entablature. The ceiling
of I hia room is formed iuto radia'ing panels or lac
unaria, and is forty three feet in height. There is
a Gallery of twelve feet in width, on three s'des of
the room, supported by twelve Columns of varies
gat.d EiH Tennessee marble, with white capitals
and Id. ck base, fiom the Ereclhcum. The Forum
in this room con-i-U of a platform of two steps.
The Speaker's and Clerk's desks are ol fine East
The Librarv U iuinu diatcly opposite the Senate,
and i thirtv-iive by thirty five feet. On each side
tiiere are Committee rooms communicating. Over
the arches of these rooms are alcoves for books,
papers and archives of the State. The doors and
window.-, which re of a large siz.M, Hre all of solid
White oak, moulded, panneled ami ornamented with
devices The windows are all double, divided by
-tone pilasters, enriched with consoles, ovolo aud
All the floor are rroin rrched and flagged with
rubbed Hone; h- nging Htone steps throughout the
The bull ling stands upon a rusticated basement j
eighteen feet in height, which is tooled on all
fronts; and the superstructure is of rubbed Etone, j
ini-Me and out. All the walls of the foundations i
Da i i.v Patriot Okfick.
Nashville, March 17. 185G,
COTTON' Dull and little offering. Sales Satur
diy of 15 bales at "JaSc, C4 at i-iSc, and Wi at
7. 10a 8.
IS At ON' 7jaS. Active and arriving freely.
La KI) 8c.
FLOl'K 5.75a7.) per bbl.
No change in general (iroceiies.
Niw Oki.kans. March H, P. M., CoTTOt The
market is unsettled, buyers generally making lower
offers than factors uie dihpoi-ed to accept, and thus
far mlv a few liundied bales have changed hands.
Si iiAH Active, with sales of COO to 700 bales
at til in prices.
Moi.assk. iood demand at ;: .'.ioe. for ordinary
to choice lots.
Ki.. rR So far the only sale we hear of is 23
bills In hail at $i ,.perbbl.
0l(N A,.,j,.e jllfj,,jrT I(,r nhipment, with sales
of ln.oni, to 1'J.ooo sacki at full prices, including
2. con in em tun sacks al a'Jc, J.'joi in jiUnny nags
at Me, i tioo at 5:t ift.'ie , and l,OoO ellow at. 65e.
, IaTs 100 mii ks prime Ohio brought -lite.
Poi.k. One or two sides pending al $6 00 for
IIaccx Pull and lower; 12 casks taken at tc.
for liibt d Si les and 8c. for Sho'.Ht rs.
Lakh I'JS lierees prin e were i-old at 9Jc.
liRKi'S Mkat Ditv Sa:.tki. I'i ices lower, and
3, '2f'l pi. ces fold by one part v at 6Jc. for Shoul
der ami r.Jc. for Hams and Sides.
Whisky The large receipts (over 6,000 bhls.
since Fi idav,) have depressed prices verv mate-
iull v, we notice sah of 45o bbls. Rectified in
lots at '.'.la'iHe , and Te'ti in one lot al 24c.
i. .. - .. . n... i
i i.oi ifVii.i.K, .uaico !. IMIJ, I III
am) L:ai We tpjote bv the qu.n'ity as follows:
,Sione coal tiar iron f ; chunoul bar iron 4ic,
: other (tescripiions at lhe u-ual rates. Nails $3
,l o,l for lod. and eorresoondini: rales for oilier
ennessee Pi I-on, $33 lor No. 1, and 3:i
,or No. We ,110Ir iJn,.UHWt p,g Iron at the
same rates on fix months. Sales ol Silt Kiver Iron,
, hum, t Kuinace, al t:!4a:!6 per ton; Piv' Lead ti. in
al 77ic. Sales ol Snot at -'a2 2.2 60.
TqqJj This ! T-iOOk dt Tllis ! !
KaVIIU IMan l.Ottfrj'i
i,?00 l'ltl.lI 00,000 IXH.I.A S !
JACFB COOMT ACADEMY LOTTERY
gy a t' T II n r t Y oV THK STAT K OF G KORDIA,
o.OOO NL'MB'R8 only 1 1 FRIZE TO 8 TICKETS !
C l A m It
To be Drawn April 3d, 1856.
A T Concert Hall, Macon. Ca.. un-ier the iwurn raprr
X ImeiiJiice l ol. do), .tl. l.OKMIl aud Jut.
A. .NUbi l, l.kf.
I Tlie Manainei h vm announrid hi drUrmina'ioo to
; mke llii. (tie mct Hp.'jtr Loiteiv io the urll, otcn for
j March liih, a aeheuic lliat lar luip.ic. any tclirme tvrr
oMrrnl ui ibe annili ol U'.trrua. Ut(" your InlrrrM I
I KAaiuiua be C'iUl. gWOue t'litr to eight liektUlJ
! Capital $15,000!
!t rrie of 118,0'" 0
' I d. fi.O'W
! 1 do. 4."1
I do S.ooO
1 nn 1
. 5 do l.ron e Hmg
10 ilo 6 1) are ft,is)
' M do tft ire 8,(HH)
till V3 ar H.ertO
Na Appn xiniaiion lr w f Jo are..
fc-tl " 10 ar..
i.200 PrizcB Amonntine' to tfjQ 000!
Ticket SlO t Hllv. $3; Qaarter $2 50.
PR1ZE8 PAYABLE WITHOUT DEDUCTION'.
I'tmns urnd ng money hy rcall lire ! net frariU being
1st OrJ-i , u...iaiiy atleurte t.. CauncsKoui
confi irniial. lunk N trs f s. und la: k takea at par.
ljT ilrisn;. m-i I to all ordr.lr.it la kfti
1',w wishig paricoir ntnu'. .l-ud tder lams. I
t, DUX I S, Kiaavrua P. O.
hoy.Ua iiayam lotti:ky.
leo .Xiniiero Mil Ordiiiario.
To be araws la lUvaaa.tl.h.ndof' Coba.) lK a tath, 14
I fr.f of..
Ii hnses .
4 Ascyrriliiiatiaswi tne fat,li, .4 A.k'eea. 4af4uOlo
Quarters f SU.
the reialt W conns
t W iswwiai.iw o iu w"U'Ol II
U-rm of City l at. ChajtcsUai. &. C.) until the t1 k i( Marehi
; will be attr sd to. asal&-U
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I ' ,;','.. ,
IIAse roil a a ismn ana He- i u 1 1 1 sj
ry use woawregwrw ia a sa.rnrr fi'Tr!.-!
rfia y av wutcr Tvaer Iff I 1 1
Ann, all k4sa. MaaweJ Ia.Ua i
1'erVet saiif. t-a gtrea oe ao rharie
OHer Mt al ta ataei Kofs. uf Jaaaes )$ f-st, e Jaavas
A Met Ure, L aaa etiwei, alll b arwakaiily tim ted la.
ut H. MuaTtX.
Super tine Flour.
HATI.XQ Bid arraagew-j. A wufe U W. L. Valart la
kary us 4 auA kts raieitae lwact pwt Hp i
awg toe Uaai'i bm I a a aa readj vat ry iKe sVsaaad,
aad "warrant'' wewry U. ti. ALXUAl
are seven feet in thickness, and those of the taper
structure, four feet six iuches.
The building is in the form of a parallelogram,
one hundred and forty by two hundred and seventy
feet, surrounded by a Terrace seventeen feet 'n
width and six feet in height, flagged with stone,
with flights of steps in the centre of each front, ;
opposite the doors of entrance.
There are twentyeight Fluted Columns, four t
feet eight inches in diameter, ornamenting the four
Porticoes, with nio9t elaborately wrought capitals. 1
The North and South Porticoes are finished with j
pediments, containing ceilings of stone, and the
East and West Porticoes are surmounted by para- r
pet. Those of the North aud South are Octo
style, aud those of the East and West, Hexas style. '
The water is conveyed from the cotters of ihe j
roof by means of cast iron pipes eight inches in !
diameter, buried iu the walls.
Tt.n ilaaa wKtf.k ia nf imiY.la t1:i1rntta ill Ctf m
f"Pvlior (l',,,li,-v' "d waa made " the WOrka "ear I'
Knoxville, East Tennessee. Indeed, all the mate- (I
rials were furnished by the State of Tennessee.
The whole building is heated by furnaces com
municating with hot air flues within the waU. ,!
Much credit is due the Architect, Francis W. ij
Strickland, lor the skill and taste which he has dij. j!
played in the completion of this magnificent build- I
ing. He was the Assistant Architect for several !
vears previous to his father's death, and has proved i
himself worthy of the important trust huposud 1
Tho Sute mflJ be j,St,y proud of naTing tne
g,, building iu the United Slates for their Capi-
"o. IS Public Square,
We iiavk just reckivkd oiir
Spring Dry Goods
To wtiich we aguin respectfully cull tlie attention of the
II U. 1) 0 U G L A S
f J Wholesale Dealer,
No. 54, Public Square, Nashville, Tenn.
SPRING ANTSUMMER STOC.
PACK AUKS ASSOKTKD MEHCUAND1SK.
IK AVE RKCKI VV.tt and would off.-r to the Trade a larx
and mo.t desirable stork of New and Ileant ful tiOoIid.
The st s-k in Composed of an extendid variety i f Foreign
and Dome-tic Urjr Oiio.ii, ItooU, Shiwt and Brogani, lltu,
U-innets, L'rnl-rellaa, Parasols, c , c.
These lnod eie purcrianed with the aid of large expe
rirnce and ready money, and embrace a great numht-r of
very theup y bought ariicies, ailmirahly lulled to the de
mvud, t c.
Kor reliable p i.vment, I ihill reduce profit! irveral per
c-nt. m.der the fjrmtr custom of the Uouje, btcauae I can
aO ird lo do no.
Merchanta who may desire to purchase Doodi at rloie
pncei, fi r prompt payment tan proiiole their interest by
making srl.ction from Uiil uuoauallj Due 'took.
Match 1' -8m II U. DOUGLAS.
SPRING" GOODS FOR 1856,
J.t w jUolosnlo.
L. B. FIT E & CO.,
!VO. O COLLEGE ST.,
ARE now offering to the trade a new and hund-oroe Ilo
of Nprine ;oula, at pncea lo ae-rea with ca-h and
.hort lime, and ibry earnrntly invite merchants purchaaing
in Nashville to call arly and examine the ttm k. In parbc
uiar we rail attention lo a large line of Boni'ts. Piaori
and Lailie.' L're-i Goo Is, marchS -1 m
MORGAN & CO.,
NO. 49 PUBLIC SQUARE,
A RE now reel ring the LA KG ET and by (ar the most
dcir ibk stork of
DRY O O O
Fvrr hrnuirht to Itiii mirket, and to which they hivite ihe
attention of pun h era. mkrcl 6
EVANS & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers in Drv Goods, iVc.
a A SI I V 1 L LK, T KN X.
IITIC are now oining in our new Marbie Btorehooie,
V North side of the Tub ic riar, a v.ry large an I de
iral.lr (tock of rilaraY and Vancy Dry liooda, lUla, IJjnoeis,
L'mbrelUs, I'arHSoia. Ac
I mini purchased our Ooods andrr the mot favorable
c re'imfUin. es, we are prepared to odrr Inoucrmrnta to mer
chaiit. viKltnig ou city, and rr.ptctful'y solic t thrm to girt
our stock an ml iu lion before purchaa ng elKWhete.
Ill would cll orcil at eiiti- B to our stock of Ladin'
Dre-a liooda, bo. Dels, tLbbons, Maniies, Ac
IMS EVANS k CO,
Noblb D. Kllis,
Kuei-rvM" to A Mnnr.
NEW IEON FOUNDRY.
i:llis ,t uEAUMO.vr
BEG leave to ir.l rm tl eir fiieudianl the public that they
havr now In op tstioo c large and extrusive I K o N
rOL'NDRT, a. 'Joining llie Machine Shop of lllia 4
Uoore, and are prepared to
FILL ALL CKCav&S FROJfPTLT.
For every drscrtntion t I'ASrm.a tbalasay hw ealJH
tor, and as cheap as it eaa be dona weal of the mountain!.
Miu. t.KAaiao, lioej-a Puwaaa, sVaMiMTs,
Bui Vaclto, Wiauow fuxa and Lirrtaa. r.aaTa bias.
n iTU n HklU, ui.. l.iwi.w, suv vmi imw.
used in the onUructioa ut fiowr !i Is, Saw JJI.U, Puroaoe.
ami Dwellnga. made t order al short uo. Ke.
We will also furn-h every deftiiioa of fteiro aa1 Water
Michinrry at the Uncrtt uiir PalUr Tilt lo or icr. and
a charge fc r aae ol patteras which we have in war fevadry.
Ibe biftiest triers paid is work fcr old lroa.
rUJi A stEUMONT.
8a Market umt, Bear Broad,
lanti ly tihvtii, Tcaa
A. Ca & A. B. BEECH,
,o. 4 College Street,
KC now rriin a very targ ad well -elacel Pteek a
! J EUi'la and fancy Dry Uoodi aad Caxptta.
' tor the cprttig and Summer trade at 1 'OA.
Fneterrgv B-be arw ityiea;
" Orgaait " " "
" fc MBallni;
" IWreiei, pia.a and itrtped,
Large lui ch.ap Muslins.
A Urge aiauieeal at JaaoeieU aad rwkta Downctaf;
fcmbrwidcred wt nod JaousvH CoJars; ,
vaiusKtriUMS Lace Collars,
" " (XiUars aad rneevea to BaA. a.
3Iaiitle and Talniaa.
i have a lags aaaurtsaaut of Wait. BUc-k at.d Cosarvst
8. k MaU'leaatul fa eaa.aB4 Black Lace IliitUam.
atuaa IiUamtd k U and Cua4 Maatsatu
BJ , AViaader make.
To ad wfc c ww very rasywrtfafy eal yowr attawtsaa
Wtxe wiyng. A. O.tt.1. kkCH.
Soda. Mater Apparatat,
ONJUTlSii U I w 6asaawea aa4 tww NhU Pwaata,
V waicA wUI ha aUd la wast taw yaswtt ear. Wkk w wtiAaal
la u4 faaata. Can sm at hs wms a bapswia aa
avai 4 avaadwei
-BY TELEGRAPH: r
ReporU loniuhad by th iMiUd PrtM.
r Washikoiob," March H Sbkate., Petitions
were read from the merchauts of Boston, New York
and Philadelphia, asking for a revision of the Tariff.
Mr. Johnson reported in favor of printing 31,000
copied of reports ia the Kansas case. . 1 V
Mr. Trumbull opposed iL
House. Mr. Washbum, of Maine, supporfd the
resolution to send for persons and papers in the
Kansas case he said Reeder was removed because
he would not be a slave and tool for the President,
who had offered htm the mission to China, or Eng
land, if he would resign the Governorship.
Mr. Smith, of Virginia: ' Do I understand the
gentleman to make such a charge?"
Mr. Washburn: " Newspaper correspondents
make it. I date the Washington Union to deny it.
I dare the gentleman from Virginia to make the de
nial." Mr. Smith: "I believe it a bold and unmitigated
Mr. Washburn: "I believe every word of it
There are gentlemen here who can speak for the
Nkw York, March 14. The steamer Ericsson,
from Havie, with dates to the 23 I, arrived at mid
night. She encountered heavy gales and ice.
The steanur Northern Light, which left San Juan
on the 5th, has arrived with 300 passengers and
3(i0,W0 in specie, bringing San Francico dates to
tbe 20th ult.
The Governor of Oregon has issued $1,000,000
Scrip to defray the expenses of the Indian wars.
Rcpton, March 14 Judge Merrick to day placed
the assets of the Grocer's Bank, in this city, in the
hands of S. G. Reed and E. M. Robinson, with au
thority to pay liabilities.
Nkw York, March 15. The Herald's Nicara
guan correspondent states: "The Government does
not intend to seize any ocean steamers; that the
Company has sufficient property fn the country to
satisfy the claim of the Government, which is esti
mated at 1280,000." He states, also, that Great
Britain has sent a Commissioner to confer with the
Government of Nicaragua upon the Central Ameri
can question. Tbe Commissioner representiug the
Government, aDd the English Commissioner, met
at Graytown and agreed upon a basis of settlement
that will settle the question without regard to tbe
PirrsBUKG, March 15, noon. There is no imme
diate prospect of a break-up in the river, which is
receding slowly every day. The weather is clear
Nkw York, March 15 The steamer George Law
arrived at noon to.-dav, bringing $1,200,000. She
brings dates from Valparaiso to the '21 bt of Feb
ruar7 "nd Lim to lhe 10th of ruary
There is nothing important from Panama.
Trade in Valparaiso was steady, with large sale of
imported goods. Flour is dueling. Copper $23.
Th were some political disturbances at Peru.
Louisville, March 15 The steamer Aleouia de
T,,e r'7er " rmnK sIow,-T-
Cairo, M irch 15 A passenger named J. B.
Jones, residing in Mississippi, boarded the steamer
Ohio Belle at SmithlajiJ. On tlie arrival of the
boat at the foot of Cash Inland, he offered Mr. Ste
phens, first clerk, counterfeit money (or his parage,
which Stephens refused. Jones commenced curs
ing him. Stephens ordered hiru out of the cabin.
Jones walked out and deliberately turned round
and shot Stephens immediately under tho left arm.
He fell ami expired in ten minutes, without utter
rig a word. Jones was arrested aud taken to Iiiuka
man to be lodged in j iil.
The river is falling.
The steamer LIuuiboMt, bound for Nashville,
passed up thi-t morning.
It snowed all last night, and is cold and cloudy
Cincinnati, March l.", noon. Flour dull, S 60a
5 75; Provisions unchanged. Whisky lower, 19J;
Groceries very firm; Sugur 8a9i; Coffee 121121
Kiver 9 feet, still receding slowly. The weather
Nkw Yokk, March 15, noon Flour i drooping.
Wheat is dull Southern red 1 .72 .1 90. Corn is
firm. Meas Pork 15.75. Ohio Whieky 3d).
Nkw Oklkans, March 15 Cotton Sales of 1,800
bdes. The lower qualities improved most, and the
market closed with an active demand in lower qual
ities. Orleans middling 9gc. Increase at this pott
over last year, 431,000 bales. Stock on hind,
2'.l,0ui) bules. Freights ou Cotton to Liverpool
C'lfT-'e llil'Jo. Sugar 7 jo. Molasses SOc.
Sterling Kxchange 8J.
Nkw Yur.K, March 15, evening Cotton is active
with sale ol 7, WO bales. Orleans fair lii up
hind middling c. Holders are deiuaudiug an ad
vance. Flour is drooping. Coffee is dull. Sugar firm.
Molns-es firm. Linseed Oil 86;.
Cincinnati, March 15, evening Flour 6.40.
Rulk rhoulders and sides 5Ji6Jc. Mess Pork $14.
Whisky nominal. Groceries firm.
The ri. r is sti'l falling slowly, with nine feet
cant in th channel.
R ANA WAT f oin 'he subscribers, on W'ednesdav the l'i h
inst., front Dry trerk, on lhe Ixiuisvilie nd Nashtttie
Railroad, a Negro Ho njmed J IM, about 6vr feet (our inches
high, eihi a out i pounrts, yellow complexion, gray eyra,
b H ks lih une eye whi e listening to any one tilling, lie
apeak thick and may h ore a forged pass, is herao reid aud
write a I f.U . II- had on a bl ick cap and pants, aud a dark
blue iackrt. Is supposed to have ta ken a raaoe and gone
down the Cum. erlaud river 1 r Oho. The above r. ward will
be paid tor in'oi n.aJtin leading lo hn recapture.
Ooodl.tisolle, uiarchl V-tw CARLISLE HENDERSON.
rIMIK enpartrorship of Goodrk'i, Fell a ll limin, at tna
I rurni:i, llic.rnarj county, Tctn.e-s e. Is th s day iis
solvi d by mutual ornsent. Levm L. Otodrrb is alone author
iseo to ure Ihe name of laid fl.iu in I qoidalion. Ibis laib
day of March, 1S5. HAM! L II I.I.M AN,
RICII AKD Ftl.l,
marrhU LtV. L. tiUODRlCH,
, Calurrbla Herald and Cincinnati Times copy one. week
and tcud paprr to idrrtieis and bill to lhUob.ce.
Catawba Grape Cuttings.
I WILL, In a few days, be io rrre.pt of a ihlpmrnt of Cx
Tawba tfaaraC'i'maoa, and Kuonuatllik uu. All or
ders left with uie will be promptly H.led.
T. A. MeTALL,
man-htS OfBee at W. f. Whiteman's Paper Ptore
Sjpriiisand Summer Fashions for lS-0:.
IOl'l.D re-pectfully luf. rm his former cue osiers.
and lhe puolie at larre, that he hss last rrlurn-
1 fro-n ti e i ant with all Ihe late 1'y'rs aud polk
of li di for prme and Cummer, which he if prrp.
to m.k. up in the Uu-.t (jh.on. . t.rateful for ta-mer liorral
Icy on the ran of the public he solicits a .ontinuanr of the
lame. 1 ori.er ol De!etii'k itrtet and the tvjuare. marli
Spring and Summer Goods.
WARD & BIEMI5GHAM
xm.ti i n.tu MTitrr.r, -vami vh.i.e,
HA E lust rerled a lre and splrndid ausrtmeal of
SPR1NU AMD rUBMiB GOODS,
(f lhe latest and snosl beaalifal stylr., suitaOHt lor Uenlle
men's wrir, ahvh they woul be plraawd to have tbrir
friend and the publie aeneratly. rail add eaajnine Inr triers
arlrc. Al o, HUklr U Ul.N rLs.M.V ftktMSHiMO
U(MD.i. . marcht-lm
c. a. auwnt. . 1. r. aana. a. a. saiu.
SICHOL, GREEN & BAILEY,
Wholesale (J roc era,
FOKWABDIHO AID COJtKISSIOH VISCHAHT9,
laoa. 45 ai.4 47 Colleeo Si, Near Broad,
AID tULUJ IK
Baton, Lard, TaalAara, lUeswax, Oral. Aa., kt.
tTK ARRIVALS I ROM MW CILf AM ean
ftk T tirurw.les is la kart aweaplele, aad w ara
psepartd ta oirr Induevaaeal. ta City asvi CawDtry Dealers
wha may favor us wok 4 cad. We kavn in store, aad ta ar.
rive, the ftxluering khI which we w.n se I lew lag Oaah.
V ktida fur ta Choie tew
3 . let rvksla,
Vt da O'aaswara,
A aa Teas rVwAera.
t bar r-la M.-la. HI
t kf du. so .
7i lrieU fitu.
I 3 amaaa K. MaAlard,
a , . . .
w rsfi riw.,
10 do frppar,
S da l lugar.
: bags R t dr,
t barrels ktai kerft,
I'M'. v. ,
iS kiu aV,
! kt fialts, aanrtaJ stars
T5 b ae M. . at. u;
lia. aa. a tuu4 istseawse, -
log DasuSAhna, asaaled atwaa.
- M. e D t spa,
M be Star Landlca,
la ease MaIcU.
A) atau lass, aS braasta,
la bats AliaaoAs, -
VB au A. las-s,
W sri Uadui Ptrttr, line draass r rsA f n.
sW.ikd) Cigan, Varsatx br aadV) ad hulas Hrrrteg.
Togwthet with every article ro.gj krp la aar Saa.
KtCttOL, WaftS A SAILIT.
XXT" V A-'a kav la sura, a cwaaif (.aseot, I.X4 bigg
Sue 'alt lactarj titsd, akicA we wu ali vary chaaa.
Wbt4 H. ti. IS.'
. ' CICI-IAT I Olkl,
rXHTIMCni a gra kit kaa aHeatiaa ls taa tarsi m
V aad saw af Prodara aad arVAerasaf i'gta-sste t&aaafaatwra.
flipaetw ed afl aUsda lacwafwad aeasayfe' larl-ls
' '"t Auction, '
IRBY MORGAT Sir CO.
: Tint: &ale. ....
0VH regular Ppring Pala al Aoctioa will taka aaea aa
Tnesdsy. Wedaeaoay and Ttursdiy, Uta Vtih, ifcb. aad
ITth of March. " "
tSF" This sala it designed exctmively ftr Merehanta.
Goods will b offerad, aa heretofore, in loU to rait boyen,
with liberal privilFgea to tho e wanting large qoanU'ira.
We are sale in say ni that tida U one of tlie beat assorted
"tock of Goods that haa ever been ottered at A action ta
Vashville. It enmprien a trreat variety: ca aa
15 CASfcS PPRINti PRISTS;
O casei C01 hecn Prints, (darl ;)
lOcises Lawns, aaaorted,
5 ea.'es hiilliartes:
lU cares rma l ehrclted Cingamt;
83 cava blea brd Vaoio.;
40 bales ie.i I -land brown do; .
10 ca-ri ilid rolorrd Cottonadra;
S do s nail checked do;
S do rv stvlca do;
A B5ACTIFCX LINS OF CASHVEUKS;
Black and Colon d Cloths;
Linen l ook,
1 lay Linen;
BLEACHED AND DRILLS;
Peuims, i wrt- d;
gtripei and Plaids;
Vestlnga, Ac, Ae.
Fvery drerlp'i-n of White Goods, Flouncing, Laces, Fm
HroHlerv. Iloeery, Thread, Buttons, Buipendera, Pins,
feedles. Ac . Ac, Ac.
In short, there ia cornprised In this Stock, almost all the
variet es of Goods u-ual v wanted.
We sill also oUer at the C oar of the sale, a lot of Cat
Goods, to be sold aa the store, without reere.
Nashville, March 8 Id IRBY MORGAN A CO.
VP We are offrring itronr induremonts at private sale,
to all whi bay for cash or on short lime. Give wtnl.
A. J. rRANCISCO,
aisrnctiDi axd pasLaa ia
Hats, Caps and LkIuV Furs,
K0. 23 PUILIC SftUAJtE, NASHVILLE, TE53.
SPRING STYLES, 1856,
ARE now reeidy for inspection at the Fashionable Hat
kmporium, No. 23 Puhlic fquare.
The Order of the Day ii a Fine
BLACK MOLESKIN HAT,
Of which are to be found a large supply at
A.J. FRANCISCO'S HAT B'ZtAR.
Aew Styles for Spring,
For Men, Boyi and Children, consistingof Pasama, Lauaoaa,
Maeicabo; i'edal Braid and Mie' Bloomrra.
A. J. FRANCISCO'S HAT EMP03ICM.
ARE reroindeil that 1 have the
Ware-Rooms Weil stocked with
NEW AND DESIRABLE
In my line for the r'raixu lamia,
and would be pleased lo 0U their
A. J. FRANOHCO,
No. 18 Public Square.
NEW STYLES OF SOFT HATS
Of livery Color
And quality, which the public are invited texmine.
A. J. FRaNCI.L'O, No 23 lub ic tqnare.
a. a. fNinta.
a. w. raiutix.
X K AV
Boot and Shoe Establishment
SNYDER it FK1ZZELL
ARK now rvreiving and openi' g at No. M Collrg- street,
(next dotir to R C McNiry A Co.,) a fud anu wrll se
lected a.-Mirtment of HtMl'IS ANK ShOK-, rnanufacur.d
expressly lor the Re:ail Trade ; to which they re tecttulli
in te the a tenlion of their friroiU ai d all who wtah to pur
chaae g kmIs in their line. Tiinr atock comprises;
Ladies' Hrel Gaiter, (very superior )
Lod es' Herl He ots. (rxtra"finr;)
Laities' Hrel 81 pirrs. )-ntirely uew:)
I.adi h' Conrre (laiirrn;
Lnoirs' M hite Kid and a!iu Gaiters;
La in' kngii-h Glove hnl I omi;
Genu' Super Calf ."eaei Itoo's;
Gei t " l'gd l oots;
Grnt' Super Patent Lra'hrr lra Uo"t;
Gent' Pat. nt Leather .-liot'9, (of every description;)
v.en's C.nerrss tai'rrt;
Grul' Calf :-hoe, (re.t variety.)
Grnts' OxUni Tirs;
And every other description for Ladiea' and Gentlemen's
AIo A complete aiwor m. nt of Misses', Boys' and Chil
dren's iioots, Miors and (inters.
A good stock of heavy Ilrcgatu for Nrgroes.
All af which are offered at low pric for crs. feli'23
3Iol;iHs's ! !
BBL?. Choice Louisiana Molawi in store and fur
sale by W. H. GORDON A CO.
n V It I I!
BBI 3. Golden Syrup, au extra article, fn store and
for sale by W. II. GUKCU.N A t.U.
Pol-". Florida Mullets, put u, In Mackerel style, in
tore and for tale by W . U. t.OKUUN A CO.
H f BUIil. Double Rctlued Cruahed Sugar, in stoic and for
tJU Kile by W. 11. GUK1HN A CO.
GlV II ..! 200 bales (5t,(W) new t buahe
extra heavy Gunny Hags. In store end 'or sale by
nova H- Rf' CO
" J A'mTs B. C R A I G H E A D,
Ml. 20 PIIILU'MI aim:,
rPfl enable me to rll good, at low pr re, from this fa'e
1 a'l actounle f.r .uudi ies pu. chased on credit, skill b
eonside rni dur when the articlrs ate delivered, and pay mens
will be rxe-trd when Ihe account are prrsruted.
eIteali! Hedtf als!!
CONJTANTI T on hand and for lale al MrComb's Brd.tead
Manufirlory, all kinds of IVtie and Fanry B-d.tesds,
surh is Cotugrs' Douhle snd hi c Mine , Ft. Lruisdo.,
Plain Cottareiro, Pout le nd Single I ountr do, at all prires.
Aii Crimb., Toweii Ua:k, Trunnel B da leads, fmiU
Taldra, Whatnots. 4c.
Aurn- A aennal asanrtmrnt if M .t'rarses. A I of whrh
will be o d at wholraale and re.ailas cheap as ean be had w
Clnr nni.ll or any oilier cl y.
All wora warranted a repreirnlrd.
l'eah rs in the couuiry wd. Baa it greatly to their Interest
to ff ve a n II
I aa Four rconlha for god piper, or 0 f ar cent off for
Fartorv, C"'nrr of Fprng anj Chrny trerti.
IfT We will pay the highest market pike la CA31I for
anr o'lsnt tv of HackekdMt cks.
J W McCGMBH, W. R. C0RNIL1V.
mar&-lm Pioprktor. Agrnt.
Mliolrsalf & Retail ( onfrctionr rs,
I'M on hthi:i:t.
5A8HV1LLK, Tec a.
J.r FFW ron.lsntly oa hand a larre amariment af
AV Candirs, takes. Nuts. Pres rvel, Picklr, tat-
suiis. far tlnrs. Brandy Vroila, Pie Frulia, Pine Aa- '
pJri, Orancra. Al plr., hrta'S and every thing af
the kitd u.ual'y krt ia tcnlrciK narira. jBlA
NEW CR0CERY STORE.
WM0LFALK AND KLTAII.
Grocers and Commission MerchsjitA
Ba. 34 Eroadwaw, Next to Cutter's fhae Stare,
T 1 Intend ke-p'Bg ranstsrtly aa baod
LA 3 kindsofGincecesof ihevrry krata.ue- a,, A
Vtt ..JL I: 1 i.U. for 'he rl y and cu itiy trade. fV:1!
all- b ae wdl ell at the kiw.st marts' price. I ass msa
W e esp'Cially intitr the att- bImid of I'm. la win af any
anything in o. r Une brfore poreha.in elsewhere.
All kiud. of Couutiy Produce taaaa laaxcaaagsf arCaa.
Avax a a sar.
a. w. aacaaa, aa.
HART, MACREA-& CO.,
vn o l i: s a l i: a kocers
Vat. 7 Soil A M arkat I tratt.
T I have Jnst rreeived snd kive la store a aiwttra ef ear
s'ocs, roarbtirg is prt of tre aMAvwing artM-las:
1SI hh Is Pair lo Axtra .
l easts Maiket tvltu.
44 basaa havana da;
It - a4 bis Puw Hrred
Craved A laavf tmr
18 bbls WoUasaai
low ba t bMs on;
I" i pauisg. Mackerel,
6 bags !.
S5 auiM M aa Da tope;
A - (harry 4m.
V'a package. M Aai iaai
AM Fral t Alasawda;
van iraaaaawaa'tad aaea,
la busae sWekMssi
'. caasa wooden ki MatrBaa
liai aw a La a Farter-.
fa) tease Bmaked Herrtag;
tS Brass Painisd Tkr;
KJ 4ti " tack eta;
f u0 kegs Xai la-la Vid stsas;
lAv bears TuSaeca vartaaa
IS raaaa rrah Cave O. stare;
ba bratw aatad Plcaaia;
t . - Pie rVanav
raw as bast ladiga;
ln U. a star CaaaUa.
14 eas kVaadj tkai new;
Tsewiaaf wwb Peppaar. ayiaw Sada, ae.
a Aat, MACAaA) A CTJ.
ColLEuK aTIT, KAaRTIUJa, TUSVatX. .
W3I. IIOUURTS, rroprlrlor,
- (law at riaaa rrwraua.) t
npaS lasmnksr haa raaanHy Uka thai w0 knawa rs
X labi sliaiiaa s raAmag aadi I bar, awy reasvaaaaai,
aad aspci aasss ta aava is ta aura raainwtaai aaaaAaaaa itya
rtar ta any k-wa ta taa. aly . Taa pu anstse Br was by hut
eaerttaaa aad lh isa af Aia Aaatstaaii ( Mr. I ia l.frt. waa
aWasatiy pra.itad ai tAa Cny Uvsart.) ta aa able a sae ha
baaa sankf ai fcrtag pal iw mt aad by tha paaaas. aad snaais'
saa Aval aa patne sbl be tvasad sat ka aairt, ta atawa lb aa
eaaataa af t turn wlta asy Is sue aa wt:. b tttast aalrt niga.
Ua reaesay stdteua a U atl af Aat h-ians
fcaittwaw a , wJa. lOAZATS.
WC 41 COUECE ITUELX,
A3 jnst rwtved Ladiea1 Thick Sole Goat Mor. Bootaca;
Aadiea' Thick Sola rrenca aiorocoa oaosceai
da Parap da Sid eo;
d- 8o Italian Cloth Foxed flaiiara;
do Cid Slippera, Plain and Trimmed,
Miri-e t'oat Morcaco Borteer, ,
do Thick Sole Kid and French Morocco Bootaea; .
, Cbnd'i do da do do - do;
da do Goat do do ",
Leather and Tapestry Traveling Bags; Bonnet Boxem, aa.
rAM now receiving my stock of FPRIVG A!TB StrMMTO
GOOD, and would be pleaded to show thrm to my CB
tome'i and the public generally. SAM PRICHITT.
a ar 1-1 at No. M College
AIo Jit rreeived. SCOTT'S SPRING AND SUMMIIt
JO. G. BROWN, -
BXirGS. C3EXICAL3, PAI5TS, 0LLS,
SURGICAL 1SSTRCMFST?, Ac,
43 College Street, N tSHTiLLR. TEXX .
f T atoca of Fancy Goods, Perfuorry, Ae.,1 aw very
if A romplftr. having reerlvad freh suppljeajPeiectad by
one of the firm ia person, via: Lobin's, Basin's and Miu-hef e
Kilracts; Amrncan Tiwt. and German Cologne Water;
raney tnap: Hair arnl Tooth Brushes, in every atyle; DM.
u-' and Lohin's sachets: Aromatic CbryUaia; China, Metal
and Maw Ho IT hours, several n-w styles; bheilCowiba, huira
.tock Alan hare on hand Indigo, Madder, White Lead,
Linseed Oil, Turpentine, c.,Ae
P rui:10OM;iliri.A IIISKY-BW"a
of the above, -o-.t received, of prima quali y. Sold ba
as for six years oid. JO. G. BROWTf,
43 Cotleew at,
Sj 'l Ol E W A 14 pieces Stone Ware, enonsua f
O ol Jars, Churws. Jnes, Mtlk Pans, Hn'ter Crocks, Aa, af
every r.ie, tnst r reived. JO. . BROWN,
4S Collage ta.
iJOKTUt .! MOITII AIM'. CorttaaUy
. an baod, Barciav. Perkins A Co's celebrated Laadofj
Porter and Mein's Scotch Ale. JO. G. BROWN,
43 College street.
PrATtf. STAHCH-iJ boars of a very aparJas?
article of Starch, just received bv
JO. G. BROW.
43 College at.
POH J Kl.l.l : 1001M l-in ass,!'hretand Shrwi
I Also, 1 gn-ee fparklm. Gelattne; lnpov, r.xtraeta
4A College st.
GOI. II tOII. Abbey a on's GW Foil constantly aa
hand. JO. G. BROWN,
43 College street.
CO.tGIlv- WATFU Constantly receiving, di
rect from Saratoga. Also, Empire Water.
JO. G. BROWN,
TIiHIXf TACKI.i: A large stock, selected ar
J7 one of the firm, constating of l.rauine l.lmfM
Irk Hooka plain and on Snorxls; also, Aberdoea,
Gravetaleen and common Limerick Hooks; a splendid as
sortment of Lines cable laid Nik and !-a Grass, spun and
plaited Silk; Minnow Seines, 12 by 4: Floats of every va
riety. Reels, Jointed Rods, Clearing Rings, Fly Hooks. Ae.
Ac, Ae. In ihort, can supply those who can appreciate
fine Tackle, with almost every thing they aiay ncd to tha
successlul prosecution of this useful calling.
JO. G. BROWN,
43 College si.
SI'KItI AXl WAX 'AIl.r.J 10 boxea
Sperm and Waa Candies, this dav received hy
JO. G. BR0WX,
e9 48 College street.
FOUR HUNDRED NEGROES
Ten Thousand Acres of Canc-Brnke
IK DALLAS A5D PESST C0USTHS, ALABAMA.
ON TIIF FIRST MONDAY IN APRIL NEXT, (the Tin,) I
will arti.atfahawba, in DaUa county, Alahama, to tha
hi hest biddrr, for rash, or Mobile "acceptances,' atatxty or
ninetv days, brarinir interest,
ONK HUNDRED AND FIFTY LIKELY NEGROES.
Abo, Firrv Orutasi, on longer time all acclimated and
experienced cctio plantatio hands.
I will ala sell, at any time during this year, at private sala,
for ca--.h,oro'i l oir,
Two Hundred Other Valuable XVgroea,
(In lots to suit pui chasers,) anj 10.000 Acrea of the very
b.-st and mtxt a haiitHg.'ously s tuaird "cane brake" and
"black land," Wclud.ng thr nine phintationa, known as tha
'Trig Pian at o ," "Mud Hall," "thxte Hh," "King Plaa
Ution.' "tdevins Place," Ludlow," "Lodrbo." " Holmea
Place," at d the "Cross Road.," ail af which, for Cotton and
Corn, are inferior to no plautations in Ihe world.
Also, an elrgxotly improved and
nr.. i Tin i iii sidi'.ue,
Ajo;ning Summi rlehl, eight milet from the city of Fetaia,
w.ih ah ut Four Hundred Acres aitarhrd toit. The Dwelling
Hou r, office ut-hou.ics, gi ounda, gardeo, 4c, are all ta
flnt-r tte cor.dit on.
Ties plamatiors are seventy or e'rhty miles below tha
ritv ' Mni'lomrrv, nbout one hundred and DMy miles above
M- b le. and snl of and near to thr Alabama rirer, which la
at all seasons navigihle fur stea. boats. Near irven thous
and acres, in- lud n (our of Ihe plantations, are en the 9elma
and Word vi. le Kailrnad. and on this body of land, ab. nt 14
mi Irs frim.4e ma, l locttrd the de;ot at the junction of tha
Marion Railroad w to the felma Road, to and from which
depot the cars run regularly.
Uf the otht-r plaiiUtirnsrne la on the S.-lroi Railroad,
two ure two mile., and two six miles distant, one of which la
within six milrs of the city of retina. These plantations are
in the highe-t state of cultivation, with good gins, g n boosr
e, collon.pressrs, mills, negro tallies, shops, stables, arte
si an wells, Ac, Ac , Ae.
1 will aril them in tracts to auit purchasers, of 300, 1,000,
1,'t 0, a.VNI i r S,tH acres, and o laid off as to glvs as much
opened and woodland to each tract aa may be desired, and
with or wi hout tiie negroes, sues, plantation tuola,eom,
Possession of the ahove plantitiona and negroes will ba
givrn to thr purrhaaer at any time whilst ths crop is grow
ing, or in Drcrrubrr or Jan lary n.xt, aa they may wish.
If not sold privately previous to the first Monday in Da
remhrr nrxl, I wil , on that dav, at ?elnia,se.l to the highest
bidder, surh negroes ti may then be unotd.
ttuch opportuuities and advantages were never heforepre
sentrd for tboae wishing to coutiaur, or to engage ia the cul
tivation of e It. n. It ha. hre a di ' rutt Air years past, to
find a plantation in the "( m- Brtikr" region for tale at any
pre, or rv. n lo purchase there a large unimiprottd tract.
These planuuons are in fertility, facilities lor transporia
tion, and in all other re.pect-, fully equal, if not auspenor,
to any in the ci It' n growing States and I know that perso
nal lures ia.tion aid prove to the satistactioa of every one
that no porti a of the Union is more healthy than the ' Cane
brake" reg on f Alabama.
1 will al-o s. II pnvatrly, for cash, or on time, one of the
most brautifu ly iinnrnvrd prirate residences In the eity af
relma, and severa valtiab e and e'rganlly Bnb-hed large
bturksof hrick Kuiltling., im luding th- largest aud moat da
simbl i cated store rooms, offlcei, banting houses, Ae, As.
Ali.0, arr rai Very desirable unimproved large lota, aad
small tra.-tt ol land in and contiguous to Selma.
A so, hNiui
THIRTY BEAD 01 BLOOD HORSES.
Among which ia lhe celebrated "Brown Dick," several supe
rior brood marra, s veral young stallHina, a elding, colts and
Bilirs all of Iheru from it s very brat racing stork.
Anvmc the nrgroea Is a first rate Trainer, several good
race-rhiem, and many excellcut mechanics, cooks, trim
stresses and hou.e servanta.
For farther p .rtiruUis, a Mresa the ondrrs'gned, or, W.
M. Btsj), Fsq., atfelma; or, W. M Baoul, Ks at Marion,
Perry c untv, Ala' aina The tirersrers now on the p'an ta
ilors will lirr all d.s r.be ink rmani.n to thrne who atajr
wlJi to make a personal invealigaii' a of the premiere.
tikN. tDWARDH GREY.
Pixai, Ala.. Frh. S IWn. rbl-td
E. L. JOUN:ON.
C0NLEY & JOHNSON,
suvcBaauaa tu a'cvcaa a auoaa.
Ko. 10 Broad ktreet, aal Vo 94 SontA Market street,
. AMI VILLI:, Ten si.
MANCFACTCRIRH of Tln,Crprr and Pherl Von Warea
Intrud krepin coLstanUv on hand all kind, of Conk
ing and Heating Mores, Oman en al, and Plain Mantle
Gra'ea, Ae , Ae
Also Ail kinds f Copper ami ?hert Iron Work 'lone tor
Strain boa a, KollinaMda, kurna.es. Foundries, Facloriaa,
Ac , done al Uie shortest nvLca, and aa cheap as can be 4 saa
a Uie c ly. jaala ly
117 E have received from New York, the Inert coueetloa
It of Bird C'g?. eer saa a in Nashniie. Taevareeaa!
patterns and designs, aad are off-red at very saodvrete pet
ers MACKSNZilt A WILSON.
UT I have jasl reerived front New York and Cincinnati,
a variety af aa tares ot ihe above invaluable arucle.
s-imr of oar patterns are very e egant.
marl al ACK INZ1S A WILSON.
'K Tlli:it tll'STIHt rf aH sfsee, an allow
prices. M ACKCNZIB A WILSON.
BL0CI TVS, BRITTAHIA A3D f LA 51! HO
ft have a fi aaaorita-nt of Covered DsKrs. Seep
TurrrB', C.'ffre I rne. T-a aal C. e Fata, Punch
PiUhera, Molasses Caps, OrUuee Lorn., I'aBdsretti-ka. 4c,
Ac. MACKIMla A WILSON.
XTI have a haxi'sieae areonmrnl of Castors elrgxatiy
VI i l.trd, aud Srtt'ania a vartMv ar walsArne
marcl I UACKtNZlS A WII.aoT
TK have on hand a mnpty of McCeeaMe'e Faraitara
Poll'h, by whsrh, with very little trauble, aid FaraA.
tare may be made ta look as well as wear.
maiT MACKASZIt WILSON.
l.l l.tiKWeKaveai.U a few bouiee an hand ,
wMch we will seU al New York Brieve.
sal MACKa-NlU A WILSQW.
HA II I.i: .tl ATN Iron K.tehea Usipa, Brass, Brittaa.
A aia. aa 1 Japani.ei Candlcaits and Lamps, Iran, Tim
er d and laamal. d raaoe fans; t.iove Stretcher i. Cup, Maaa,
Cake Tarawa Ci-.tuas Pins, is ; a d a grrat v.rietg ed
lJhMtsefOrarahlng 0 mt a rZi WIUtuN.
GOOD BZVE!IZS ABZ A TVsilC GOOD.
rynt (iKKCN MOUNTAIN OISMIST was ased by tha Ia
X di-aa, van ttua .wsaUy was first di-covered, aad by
thrm waa euaead ted "las bat gut af the Ureal Spirit, ta bla
red esaidrea." It a tha beat appttcaiksa kr iBflimmatary
s. atuiaiau, sax aa Kheamatiaaa, AVysiptiaa, Varsoaa tawa.
itaaaal tba thvaal tad gianda, sraptMias, bmuas. Baewa,
aorea .f all a.aaVs Aa. Prase . box. ii eenla. Far Saks by
all lMw(ta, aad by iLLX. VACRIMUF,
rtia Agrai kr Ue CiiwicLberg Ca
rf 11 1 brst reWKd tee ta bu.s. ard Itr a!t Cfc alia
X ef eniidrea, u aae aoar to are yrart ol. m
TIIK IIM.DIli;V PAACEAe
of 'lie f" af nherg Caapaav.
Tor kie, tM't'n;, dia.rcra, rleheta, eoTe, wnrms, ite.,
U "a the brt saw I- m evwr ktsvi. In taa t raven berg Al
aaac. that ta gtvva gnu. yoa will tad a aat af aaawea a
Payafrvaas ihroaghoal tha Cwtoa, wha have aaed t ta laair
pi a tr s. Where three ft ywa-g ebidrea and st baa baea
a. 4 anew, tja Parent wi l eowai la ba wttltsaA tt ta ttetff
kaisv. Prt-a au ti par bat' e.
Faettle by Druggtst-, aad by ALIX. WkCKIVZIK.
w 11 Cnatige street.
Spring Fct rs. .
vTMtt tJtlffNBFPO HF11TH armRS ate prepared
1 kwt a aambrr cf the mifi pwn'yiiif, tnvtiaratjijg aad
ha.t sg re a, b r, hrrta aa! trwra, taiartsd tf-ci wwta
tha M a-ria Mr hV af Itrri. Yhrv are a yarwrad btata,
they give ueegth ta 'be sy neai. aad eaale it tkeew aff
the arttaa.ta.kmal ivuaVaay W aWeaa. TNy have til Ue
brswAut' .Cacts af a Waa taaaa, atnuat taaatag aey Wtaasts)
S.t t- aK aMhaM. . -
Far saia by aWtatg layaa.beaa fe Jta:, aa-J by
ALkX. ' M
IT tVwg Slrsad.
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cuaaatoa Ca-dy. M Kl l) and " a, 1I,H STd
aataaaad tJIO t.Hs, -
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mti'm .J. ti. a C bOXIjCX.
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