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DAILY S. - TSI--WEEX1Y l: WEEKLY $3:
W. HT. txm. JOHN' r. HOKOAS.
JKO.H.CAUjeVDIR. AXTBOXT S. CAMP.
SMITH, 3fORAN & CO.,
tr. nr. nun & job n. callexder,
OSes Ke. 1, t t t s t DeaJerlck JMrett.
.... In ntrrying limeitone on the firm of
Robert C. Beden, In Saville lotroship, Peoneva
nia, are has been ditto trod near S50 feet long'
lorried with the most earlousl formed stalactites.
There ere several apartments in the esre. The
. opening ii so small that entrance has to be ?ie
- on the hands and kr.ee; it then widens out to
eighteen feet ia depth and twelve feet wide.
A special enclosure for the burial of per-
eont of the MuMnlman religion has just been
formed ia one part of the cemetery of Pere-la Chaise,
baring been found Decenary, in consequence of
persoas, and especially Arabs, of that religion, who
die in Paris. The enclosure contains a building
, for purification and for other ceremonial prescribed
, by the Mussulman religion. It has been built on
plans lurniihed by Vely Pacha, when Turkish am
bassador. .... Nearly forty bushels of white perch were
eut tot of the ice a few days since near Swan Toint
in Chesapeake Bay. The ice was eighteen inches
.... The N. V. Courier b Enq. of the 6th ssys:
"We hare had in use ia our coaming room for
two months past, the Pwnt Diffusive Daylight Re
flectors, and they hare given great satisfaction to
the thousands who Bare during that time bad the
advantage of their reflected light. Tbey may just
ly be regarded as indispensable In long buildings
which depend for light upon end windows, as tbey
will in most cases enable the occupants to dispense
with gas light, and in its stead enjoy a pure white
light which renders the finest print legible. Their
utility may be observed at our office on any cloudy
.... The Legislature of North Carolina sdjoern
ed litudi on the 4th inst. Several internal irn-
' provement bills failed on the last night of the see
' sion. A bill was passed so at to amend the char-
Jter of the Wilmington, Charlotte and Rutherford
Company, as to require two great divisions of the
road, making Fayetteville and Charlotte points of
the road, with branches to the coal-fields in the
counties of Moore and Montgomery, and a branch
from the main stem to the town of GoodhilL The
bonds endorsed by the State are only to be used in
building the main stem.
.... The Committee on Post Office affairs io the
Jlouse have determined upon reporting a bill grant
' ing the contracts for Ocean mail service to the
lowest bidders. Also in favor of the purchase by
' the government of the Collins steamers Adriatic,
Baltic and Atlantic, at a fair valuation; the steam.
ers heresfter to be considered as belonging to the
United States Ksvy.
.... Mr. Roger A. Pryor has retired from the
Richmond Enquirer for the purpose of assuming
an editorial counectioa with the Charleston Mit
.... The Pennsylvania Legislature has before it
a bill to enforce the collection of forfeited recog
, Eiainees. Whenever a reoognisance is forfeited it
makes it the duty of the District Attorney of the
respective County to institute suit therein in the
ti.m nf triA rnmninni!lh nrl tn nri.lnti th"
. . 1 I
aame to final jadgmenL' As compensation the
District Attorney is to receive not less than five
dot more than twenty per cent, of the amount re
.... We learn from the New York Day Book
that "the Lyceum of Natural History in Williams
rV.H nmnnaan ti H urt V J an mtililinn tn t Vl
f western coast of Florida, for the purpose of study
ing the natural history of the country, and of mak
ing collections. The shore abounds with nunier-
- ous and beautiful varieties of shells, and the court
try isrieb in botanical specimens aud rare varieties
' of animals and birds. The expedition will sail from
Boston about the middle of March, to be abseat
1 tot two months or more. In order to defray the
expenses of the enterprise, which are estimated at
tOOi ubscriptions to shares of $20 each are so
' ileited from the friends of science, in return fur
which the sebscribers will be furniehod with mpor-
, tlon of the specimens obtained by the expedition.
Prof. Uoskins, of Williams College, has cbsrge of
. the funds appropriated to this object, and will sup
'ply any further information with regard to it that
may be requested."
.... The JfrJical World says: " Milk is now
snanufactared quite extensively in France from
bones 1 It is made by putting a certain weight of
bones with a little meat, with six times the weight
of water, in Papin's digester. Being sealed her
metically, and raising the Leal to 140 deg. F., in
forty minutes, from a stop-cot It, a white liqud
comes out. It is tiutricioes, being a kind of broth,
but has really cone of the chemical properties of
I .... The ICewlorn (K. C.) Tranteript ssys that
within ten or twelve miles of that city, on the
i north side of the Nenee, bears, catamounts, aod
"wild-cats exist hi such numbers that it is impossi
ble to raiie hogs or sberp.
.... In the case of Tsylor vs. Taylor at Freder
ioksburg, Va., Judge John Roberuon, the ceun-
el for the plaintiff, last week made a speech which
ccapied five days.
.... The Oweusboro Xalnintl DwKrtt regrets
t t o learn that Mr. M. L Lashbrooks , of Davis coun
I y, wss killed on Saturday last, by the falling of a
- dead tree, which bis wagon came in contact with,
while returning home from the steam aaw mill of
Mr. Willis FielJs. After the accident be eodeav
wred to reach his bouse, and had proceeded about
. mile and a half, when, from the loss of blood and
. numbness from the cold, he fell and expired. Bis
b ody was found the next morning. Mr. L. was a
M lever and industrious citisen, and loaves a wife
and children to mourn their irreparable loss.
A terrible quarrel is going on in New York
b etween the SulUmtU and the i Central Kansas
.? Aid Committees concerning the management of the
f ands contributed for the relitf of Kansas. Irrega'
larity, bad Uiib, incompetency, and private cor
mplion form the etapie of the charges on both sidet
The people cf the Hart have been sadly imposed
1 on through their Frecoil sympathies. We have
80 idea that one dollar In ten contributed by the m
' for the relief of ''bleeding Kansas" has ever fouad
t its way to that Territory.
.... Information has been received at the State
Department Twin Mr. E B. Ames, United States
Consul at II am burg, that "the import duty oo cou
ton and wcolra and half wool yarn," and also the
- export duty on a!) articles, have been abolished by
the city of Hamburg.' luformation has also been
I received at the Department from XL-Was Tike,
Esq., United Sutee Conml at Oporto, that by a
royal decre I the J of Deoember last, maiac la
' admitted Sato a!! the ports in the kingdom paying
. the eie duty as before, namely twenty reis per
; oie hundred ouuds. Vessels briagiag a full ergo
of grain are example! from the payment of ton
rnje dot. YefceU bringing in complete cargoea
are exfu'pted in proportioa to the quantity tbey
.... Private thealrirals, both 1 Freneh and
E gl a'i, are very much in vogee just new; sine
tSe amateur opre have ceared to be the rage,
tl.ii nee- fancy abaorbe the attcctioa of "society."
... DeQuincy bting asked wby there were
more women thaa men, replied, "It is io conform
ty with the arrangement of aaure; we always tee
,. mare of heaven tLan of earth."
The valaeof goods and merchaodiat tow
n bond Is $H,000,0 0, egaiiiH $ll,0oO,0t'0 tame
Irae last ytar. Dry foods tA all kinds srt tua
crial'y higher tLau lal ecaaoo.
FEIDAY, FEB. 13, 1857.
The brief remarks we made yesterday
on the subject of coal a subject of vital
importance were thrown out to arrest the
attention of our citizens, that we might di
vert it to what we conceive to be an enter
prise, which, if taken hold of and prose
cuted with energy, will be of incalculable
benefit to our city. "We hope every one
who feels the least interest in the subject
will read what we have to say this morn
ing, and consider it well. ,
-The coal lands of Mr. Uoskins, of which
we spoke, are situated in Clinton county,
Kentucky, some six and a half miles south
of the little town of llowena, on the Cum
berland river, three hundred and twenty
five miles from Nashville by the river.
They embrace four hundred and five acres:
the stratum of coal is, on the average, four
feet thick; the quantity is believed to be
inexhaustible, and the quality is equal, if
not superior, to any of the coal brought to
this market. '" This coal is now being used
here, and gives complete satisfaction. In
his last report to the Legislature, Professor
Owex, the State Geologist of Kentucky,
gives au account of his visit to these mines,
and speaks of them in highly favorable
terms. Not being able to find this report
in Nashville, we have ordered a copy from
Frankfort. "When it comes to hand, we
shall make extracts from it.
The principal obstacle in the way of
bringing supplies of coal here from the up
per mines , on the Cumberland river is
Smith's Shoals, which cannot be passed ex
cept when there is a high stage of water.
Even when there is such a tide a3 that of
the past week, these shoals are impassable.
The Rowcna mines are below the shoals,
and a large boat from them came down on
the rise last week, and had several feet
water to spare, thus demonstrating the
proposition that upon an ordinary rise coal
boats can always be brought safely to this
place. Although this coal was hauled in
wagons from the mines to the rive, the
cost of mining and delivering it here, is
less than coal can bo brought from any
other source. This being the case now,
what will be the result when the mines
shall be connected with the river, as Mr.
Uoskins proposes, by railroad, one mile of
which is already graded ?
To show at a glance the result, wa will
here present an estimate of the expenses of
mining 400,000 busheb of coal, and de
livering it at our wharf. This estimate
has been prepared by a gentleman of ex
perience in the coal business:
. ESTIMATED EXPENSES.
Negro hire, board and clothing, $G,750 00
Boats, - - - 4,900 00
Four Agents, 4,000 00
Hands and Pilots, - - - - 4,900 00
Provender for Mules, - - - 520 00
Yard rent, 200 00
Oil, lamps, &c. 400 00
Incidental expenses, - - - - 1,000 00
Six teamsters, 360 00
Two cooks, 150 00
One blacksmith, 300 00
One per cent for losses,
- 234 00
Four hundred thousand bush
els of coal at 15c. per bushel, $GO,000 00
Empty coal boats, worth - - 2,450 00
. Nett profits, - - - $38,730 00
According to this estimate it will be ob
served, that coal can be delivered here at
a less cost than six certs fir hishd. This
leaves a wide manrin for profits. We be-
- - o
lievc it approaches as near to correctness
as ay estimate which can be made;
Now, citizens of Nashville, here is your
chance to get cheap coal. If the great
body of you, who are pcrmaneut residents,
will take stock in the Company which Mr.
Uoskins wishes to get up, you can control
the mines and prevent any thing like ex
horbitant prices. It is your bounden duty
to do this. Self-defence requires it at
The enterprise, as a speculation, is the
best that offers for the investment of capi
tal. No speculation in real estate here, can
begin to compare with it. In the hands of
a few capitalists, or of a single individual,
it could be so used as to drive all others
out f the market, by putting down prices
to the lowest paying notch, aud then what
a boundless field of wealth would open to
the view of the owners? That this will be
done may be regarded as sure. It is only
a question of time. If the citizens of Nash
ville do cot themselves get control of it,
and capitalists also lack the shrewdness to
do it, in a few years the enterprising own
er will have finished his railroud, and have
his foot upon the necks of all competitors.
Here we will close our remarks for to
day. XjsT The Shclbyviile Const it utionaliit
thinks we have done Hon. G. W. Jones
great injustice in believing it possible that
he might wish to be re-elected to Congress
to enjoy the emoluments of the new compen
sation bill. It regards such a motive as
"dishonest," "base and mercenary." We
doubt whether the honorable member, or
any one who sits on the floor with him, en
tertains the same ophiioa. It i but natu
ral to desire a position which pays one's
services well, and this principle is acted
out in all the pursuits of life. Congressmen
are no better thaa other folks. Indeed,
from the manifestations at Washington we
begin to fear that a very large proportion
of them are rather below the common' run
of the marscs of their constituents. Mr.
Joucs has been rrgardeil, justly no doubt,
a a "watch dog" of the Treasury, but
veu a watch-dog will grow lean and tick if
ho be not well fed and cared for. We lave
never seen one, la these latter days, that
would not jump for a tempting morsel if
placed before l.im.
Ai for Mr. Jeuie, we mast confer to a
good degree of admiration of hira for Li
persistent eff rta to ktep the fin?rrs of ex
travagance aud corruption out of olcIc
Sam's pockets; and demur to the Constitur
tionq.lisfs charge that wjs would hold him
guilty of cither dishonest, or base and mer
cenary motives. x -
Fro the Loulirill Democrat of the 101b Inat.
Great Lcssof Property by Fire!!
SIX BUILDINGS DESTROYED!
T Louisville was visited by one of the most disas
trous fires, on Sunday nisht. that It has eer been
our duty to record. A block ol six buildmcs wss
destroyed, with the contents, four of which were
the finet warehouses in the city. The fire origi
nated in the store of Gullagher & Co., north si'le of
Main street, between First and Second, three doors
east of the Ga'.t House.
The unfortunate hour of the night, end the head
ws? wLich the fire ha I gained before the alarm was
giver, rendered the desfaetio of the block inevi
table, and we ere thankful that the Glt House did
not share tbe common destruction. Messrs. G.I
Uher k Co.'s "building, in which the fire originated,
aud the three buildings on-the east, which were
burned, extended from Main to Washington street,
and contained four verr high sigries -
Messrs. Gillagher & Co. were extensive grocers
and commission merchants; and gave much atten
tion to bagging and rope. Their loss is about f 8 ',
000, which was fully covered br insurance; ?20,
000 of which was in Eastern office, and Ji0,0u0
in this city., Mr. Chsrlcs Gallagher owned the
building 1m, nhich was iaiured to some extent.
Tbe firm Joet all of their stock, but eawd their
books, papers, 4c.
The adjoining building cn ho east was owned by
Messrs. Mitchell, Guthrie & Co., and was occupied
by Mr. Richard Atkinson, who dealt largely in pro
duce and did a heavy commission business. Uis
stock embraced 850 bags coffee, &00 tierees lard,
a email consignment of whisky, sheetings, tc,
which wss inbiired for $25,000, in distant oCke
which had agencies here. Hi. Atkinsou saved all
- Messrs. Brarinin & Summers, commission mer
chants and dealers in groceries and produce, oceu
piod the next building ou the east. They a!o lust
everything except their books aud papers. Their
loss is about (50,000, which is covered by insurance.
The extreme extern building of the block was
occupied by Ueer-. Bartley, Johnson ii Co. They
also lost all their stock, which had, however, been
much reduced recently, snd is valued at only about
(25,000, which was covered by insurance in the
home offices. The safe containing their books and
papers, in good preservation, was saved by being
thrown from the second story window.
The heirs of John L. Martin, deceased, arethe
losers by the destruction of tbe two warehouses
occupied by Branuin & Summers and Bartley,
Jobuson & Co, and we learn that their interest
were uninsured. Messrs. Mitchell, Guthrie & Co.
bad an Insurance of $8,500 on their building, which
was near its value. , In addition to tbe building,
Messrs. M., G Si Co. lost a large lot of bulk pork
which was stored in Mr. Gallagher's cellar, and up"
on which they had $5,000 insurance. Mr. Joh
Raine also bad some stores with Messrs. Gallagber
it Co., which were insured for f 5,000. The t
twostory brick buildings between the block above
described and the Gait House were occupied by
Mr. Raine, of tbe Gtlt House, as a store snd bar
room. The contents of these buildings were in
sured for $5,000. One of them was owned by
William N'ock, and the other by the heirs of John
Tyler, and the insurance on both was $1,500.
The aggregate loss by this fire is in the neigh"
borhoodof $'250,000, and the amount of insurance
is probably $.1)0,000. The following figures show
the amount of losses sustained by home offices,
aod offices having agencies in this city :
Liverpool and London $'28,000; Monarch $17,
000; Commercial, Louisville, $10,000; Franklin,
Louisville, $9,000; Falls City, Louisville, $7,000;
City, Cincinnati, $5,000; Ileward, N. Y., $3,500;
Hurtford, Hurtford, $10,000; Delaware. Philadel
phia, $5,000; Merchants, Philadelphia, $5,000; At
lantic, Providence, $5,000; Home, N. Y., $15,000;
.Etna, Hartford, $19,500; Phtunix, Hartford, $7,
500; Franklin, Philadelphia, $15,01)0; Continental,
N. Y., $5,000; Valley of Virginia, Richmond, $7,"
600; State Mutual, IlarrUburg, $5,000; Kentucky
Mutual, Louisville, $7,600; total $181,000. Zou.
Item. 10.' A.
Sketches of Hasten.
A correspondent of the Kniclerbocier Mag
azine has lately visited Boston, and he has
chanced upon several little incident which
impress him with a profound sense of the so
lemnity of Boston people. The Tretnont House
U a good institution, hut the waitera are gloo
my; the chambermaids attend prayers ia the
inorn'ng; there are Iiibles in the roomc; the
man in the office never smiles, and altogether
the place is precise and quite peculiar. "We
will let him ppeak for himself, however:
''I have attempted but two jukes in this
polemn place, and they fell like the flakes of
suov:, tilenr, unnoticed. An uufortunate iudi.
vidual in the reading room last evening was
feized with an unusually violent fit of cough
ing, which, if a man could by any possibility
be turned inside ont, would have done it; and
s a partial cessation of it occurred, with his
hair standing on end, (lie had coughed his hat
off,) his face glowing with exertion, and the
tears stauding in bin unhappy even, he very
naturally gave vent to A profane execration
Every body looked shocked! I remarked in au
audible tone to my companion, that the ex
elatnation was a coffer-dam; an admirable con
trivatiCe for raising obstructions from the bot
tom of t-trearni1, aud probably adopted by the
gentleman to clear his throat; bnt no one
iatighed, and I incontinently went to bed. This
morning on anting, I discovered that my
boot's, left outside the door to be embellished
with bisckiug, had, like those of JJouibaeles,
not been misplaced; to I said to the porter, a
man of grave and solemn itspec:: Yon have a
very houe.-t set of people about this house.1
'Wbjt' suid the porter, with a somewhat otar
tlcd "expression. 'Because,' I rejoined, 'I left
my booU outside my door lttst night, and find
this morning no one has touched them.' That
man wulked off all slow and stately, and nev
er knew that I had been humorous. Disap
pointments have been my lot in lite. I took
a thort tide yesterday in the Metropolitan
IUilroud cars, which are dragged by horse
fwer from the Tremont House to Iioxbary.
he only other ocenpant of my cur was a
yourg and lovely female in deep mourning.
She wore a heavy black veil, and her thick
and beuutifui auburn Lair was gathered cp en
each tide her face bencutli a spotless cap, a
widow's cap of snowy muslin.
I hud always a feeling for widows; joung
and J retty widows particularly, always excite
my deepest interest and sympathy. I gazed
with moistened eye to the sweet specimen be
fore me, so young, so beautiful, 1 thought, and
ala?! what suffering she has experienced.. I
pictured to myself her devotion to her hus
band during his lastillneso, the untiring watch
fulness with which she bung over his pillow,
the unwearying and self sacrificing spirit with
which she hoped on, hoped ever, till in d
pit of her care, her love, he sank forever, and
her agonized shriek rarg in my car, as with
haudn clasped and. Upturned eye, she felt that
he was dead, her dream of lite was over, her
strength w as gore, her heart wasbrokea. The
young widow had been regarding uio earnestly
during this tiuie, aud probably imagined what
was passing in my mind, tor throwing her
veil over Iter but, the turned partly around
towmds me, and lot k-d steadfastly m my face
she winked herey.! Yej, Sir, elie winked her
at tie the tnoral i .iu:tix; aud I roefroin my
ashes and left the M fropohtan c tr aud rctun -td
to the Tremont llout-e. And is it po.-sib!e,
tlmnght I, a 1 g:iZ-! irr;n my window upon
Treiiiotit street and o'.)!-ervd & saucilmoaious
gentleman iu a long black overcoat, look has
lily up aud down the street, and then dodge
up'a email alley in gi e,t haste. Is it poeriule
that this li.Ue wiaow in the car is at all typ
ical of the great ciry to which she belong'f A
most respectable, staid, aud aolemu outward
appearance covering a very strong di!-;osie
Ikm to that delivery which U dalinwl by the
UUe as 'tho lust of tlie tleslt, lite lust the
eye, and th pride of life." U ut Boston, cloth
ed in its robe of snow, lookod too pure, too
bird like, aud I dismissed the euppos.tiou rrOia
fjf" la r.orhetT, New York, a yonnjglrl of
ripcuble Uuiiijr, aged 19 ers. La uueJ the
atrial of a yoocUot 18, who, she aUeget, succeeded
in herrcU by pron.tes of tnarritge. lie is in pris
on; tbe leJy is willing to marry hiui, Lit he ot jocu.
Iff" To crown an Kmperor in Rusis costs as
miK U mouey as we jay our Preaideut iu loar Ua
r4 an4 forty ytara. .
U Xew York, to !? than from twenty
fi u thirty aleveehipe have been tui out the'ra
during the last thre years.- '
J2T "There is an oyster shell ia a Mouin in
EoginJ weiLhg lfio pounds. The ojwr was
gwaihiweibv a Dutch, tiel."
A Vu'S maa adverting f.ir emprnvpt, a
maiden LJ wrcu to iztorm Um that if'he eui,!J
6d eotbiog brt.fr to do, h rihtco as and tnar
ij her, Ue i d a, luutLvJ iwt ury thwuMud
pvuawi. ; ' . -
"War on our Iron Interest.
i The subjoined compilation, for which we are
indebted to the Boston Atfas, shows that ao
active war npon American Iron Manufacturers
is gaining organized form in England. We are
glad to see these designs unmasked, as they
cm hardly fail to awaken proper measures of
resistance on onr side of the Atlantic. Fore
warned is forearmed, and onr iron masters
know how to prepare'for concerted efforts of
British mannfactnrers to usurp our own mar
kets. Let them only look to it that plotting
he met by counter-plottiDg:
American and Britivli Iron.
The Wolverhampton (Eng.) correspondent
of the London Mining Journal writes as fol
lows conceruinj; the condition and prospects of
the Iron business in the principtl miuing di-).
tricts of Great Britain. Wolverhampton is
twelve miles from Birmingham, snd i5 the s"at
of an immense iron manufacture. AVe invite
the attention of all persons interested in the
Iron trade, or in the tariff, to the remarkable
statements of thu letter; and we commend it
especially to the consideration of members of
Yi o l v e tt n a w pton, Nov. 21. No change for
the better can be reported in the Iron trade.
Tne close of the Baltic ports has cut off, tor
the present, one of the chief sou-ces whence
orders have for some time come, and, ia con.-e-qnence,
the supply of orders is very small, aud
tlie works are iu many eases only in partial
operation. The prospect for the ensning win
ter is, that the men will ba only partially em
ployed, aud that a good deal of distress will,
in consequence, be experienced, as there is no
probability of an improved demand before
spring. The causes which have led to this de
pression it ia not difficult to indicate. In the
year 1853, and the early part of 1851, an itn
mense demand came from America, which
whs conenrrent with a very astonishing in
crease in the import into that country of all
kinds of produce, that the exports from this
country rose frorilG,567,737 in 1852 to 2U,
658,427 in 1853. -.
Such a suddeu increase could hardly fail to
he followed by a reaction; and the deficient
crop of 1854 rendered that reaction a cotu
metcial crisis, whicli was most severely felt iu
America, and which was hardly less severely
felt in this district. The splendid crops iu
1855 and this year, with a greatly diminished
consumption of our irou, aud a reductiou of
stocks to the lowest point, iu the United States
nud Canada, were expected to have brought
extensive orders during the present year; tut
this anticipation has buen disappointed. This
district has been largely supplied with ordeis
for war purposes as Ioul; as the war lasted, aud
since that time for the Continent, including tue
countries both in the Baltic and the Mediter
ranean; considerable orders having, also, been
received from Indian railways. From America
the orders have been scanty; and the exports
from the port of Liverpool from which all
the produce of this district for North America
is shipped show that in 1S54 the export of
all kinds of iron, pig and manufactured, from
that port for the United States and Canada,
amounted to 243,148 tons; in 1855, it fdi to
135,009 tons; aud to the end of October in the
present year, it was only 143,800 ton:-; nhioh,
adding the full proportion tor tlie remaiuing
two w inter mouths, ( luring which the exports
are likely to be less,) shows scarcely any in
crease this year from the very reduced exports
Djring the present year the prices of iron
in America have been steadily declining; lu-st
brands having fallen nb.iut $5, and inferior
qualities from $7 to $10 during the year. Ja
the last three years the make of" iron in Amer
ica has very largely increased; from 1S.V3 to
1855, the annual production ia believed to
have been doubled, or to have increased from
500,000 tons to 1,000,000 tons, and that it is
since increasing at fully 200,000 tons per an
num. Tfiis increase is ascribed to the high
prices prevailing in this country sitn-e 183,
whicli have admitted of the Americana, with
their heavy duties, competing with our iron
in their own markets. Iu f.nct, so, far is this
competition said to have goue, that native
made iron, which has hitherto been coutined
to the region west of the Alleghanies, is now
making its way into the eastern States, ai:d
even the Atlantic ports.
These facts have led some interested in the
trade to the conclusion that it would be sound
policy for the Staffordshire iron masters to re
duce prices next quarter day 2 per ton, with
a view to regain the command ot the Ameri
can market, and to get rid of t'ie competitors
who are supplanting English irou in the United
States. Doubtless, if the price of iron could
he reduced to that extent for some considera
ble period, it would ruin many of the AmerU
can manufacturers, and would fur a time open
the way to a large deinsnd for English iron.
The policy, not to speak of the fairness, of such
a course, however, appears open to grave ques
tion. There appears little doubt that a reduction
of 1 per ton must be declared next quarter
day, and as little that a proportionate reduo
tion mu.-t he effected in the workmen's wages.
Should a further rednction take place, a still
greater reduction in wages would bo nece-ea-ry;
and this is extremely utde.-irable, especial,
ly with the probability ol provisions remain
ing at high prices-; and it is hardly likely that
it could be effected, as the general trade of
the country, and the prevalent higli wages ia
most branches, would prohrbly prevent the
success of any attempt to reduce wages to tlie
extent such a fall of prices w -uld render
necessary. Agaiu, while the exports to the
wtut of the Atlantic from Liverpool have beeu
so email, it by no means follows that this a;-
plies to the Scotch, the Welch, and the North
of England ports; and if the price of best qual
ity of Staffordshire iron were reduced, the re
sult would be to give the producers of iron ii
those districts, and the makers of iufeiior irou
fcere, the rates of our best iror; ns t fie firt
chiss makers could not supply the increased
demand which such a reduction would proba
bly lead to. The result would be, it wages
were so reduced, that the first clas makers
could make iron at these rates at a pn tit, and
those w ho produced au inferior art.c!?, w hich
they would to able to sell at the same, r
nearly the fame rates, would reulizj still lar
ger profits, and a great increase in the mean,
of production would be the consequence, new
works would s; ring up, t.ew linna s'.art, aud
thus the way would bo pnved for another
crash, when this artificial stimuhn cent-ed to
operate. The approximation of the prices of
inferior to thoe received for first c!j iron in
times of great demand, is a fact amply proved
by past experience, and not a uiero conjec
ture. But there is another point to lo hxiked at.
fuch au attempt to destroy the Aiuenean man
ufacturer would create much heart-burning in
the Slates, and might leal to a loud demand
for an increase of the preeut very heavy im
port duties; w hich, it it did not prevail, ould,
' at any rate, operate powerfu.ly to prevent the
reduction of the present excessive dune ou
iron imported into that country. The true
policy appears to be lo fix prices at each a
pciut a will secure a steady demand, aiid not
attempt by artificial combinations to crush ri
val; lor there aviw laws which govern trad ',
and which will immediately cau-o uch ai-
tempts to recoil upon their aihors.
From lame Coirrsj.oodont, Nov. 15 b.
Again, the figures I gave last week s'tow
how greatly the Amencuu demand i:;i-
portaLl an element in the trade of South suf
torehire ha fallen since lSot. Thexu tacts
mnst prove to the U.ot obstinate that thero is
a real depression in the Si&lfidsinro iron
trade, eo that the two hi.ns cj-ciUti.t,;, hare
lo be recoiiCi.eJ.
Ira the uxi CtniaOki, Cec. 11. ,
A considerable improvement has taken
place in the demand for iron throughout the
country. are Lot pressed to the extent
they were, and orders aro more treely given
out. The demand frota the United States,
however, La not bv.a nearly great as haJ
been anticipated for the Ixt aix mouths, the
orders frota that quarter have been oue cu
tiuucj disappointment. The Americau mer
chants orgratulatw theci?lvs on tf eposit'U'n
of the Eugt.sh tua- ket, pr.ee liog ju-i l.ig:
enable their own iroo-maftere to eupp!y the
market to the full oxteut of their production.
A grieral reduction in England is a-o:u'.e!j
Bee;iry to prevt cttt ttsCeafrtb'' eXtjC in
of the iron mauufacu e ia the Ua.ud 5:t.
It I otvioue from this letter that the iron
mannfactarert of England e'e! b;ra!'y con
template the dis-roaion of the Am r-CAii man
Declarer, and are dwpo.tKl in ea hi their
policy as to cru-.h the Competition of this oou.
try, or at lea.-t put an ni to wii.t u-y
uiticaRlly term uu.le-irthle iteo-iti of
the uiuufiC-.u.-tf iu tie lalud s;i;tj.r
Tlie mannfacture of American railroad iron is
increasing so rapidly as to seriously effect the
English market. In s very few years, at the
present rate of increase, our own manufactu
rers will be able to supp'y Rl tj10 railroad iron
that the country can need, at rates as low as
those of any other country.
2. O. e71. .
qTir.PE win be a ir.eetlnf of the aboTe Order at '.heir
1 Hal! TUIS EVEMSe. Memb-rs are reqaeMed to he
punctual ia their attendance. Bj crcier ot Ue M. E O. C.
TIT 1!l-.t. draticM steamer, SWA1.- A n
iO, Fkaiub Mstcr, nilHeare tSHjSV-.
fjr t) e sbove aaJ intermediate p--t i '-
oi THIS nY. the '3 h ins:., ai 4 fc.oclc, P.M. For
fr-?i-;ht rr fatsHge, .ipp'Ton hoarder to
f.biS KViS.-KlL CLAtRQTtSE, Arfn'.t.
P.ZC-UIA3 ilEXPIIIS PACHET.
TMIS flne pwtr-r He.tnvr ALB- A u.'J"T.t
OS A, Mru.m Mitr,wi!l leave pPfTi
for the -. and ait intermeilUte Tf Z' wi-''ia?A
port on TsI3 DAY, the 18. h ics'ant, at 12 oV-ck M.,
tRiag pa.-etipT to tbe H. It. W. IHLL for New Orleas,
to the K.I.LA f jr 3'.. Louis, conceding wit the latter at
C ro ami the tormer at Metnphif. Fir fresirht or passage
apply on bo.rdor to A. HAMILTON',
feh'.-S It. H. H. HAtRt.JQV, Anti.
. f Oll C VI no.
THE upVtidil pa?en(rer itexirerl .
J 3 CLtSE, Cartwikht Mar, fc-rOK-sV I
will leave fr Cairo, thin dav F SI .S.'E.gjCfeCTi
DAY. at Uo'cloei M. F"r freight or pasfiji apply on
board or to fell) A. L. D v Vid, Aeut.
THE fine pstenger and fast rnnnlrp
ft-amr V. K. BTKVrNFON, frCT?T8
Mistr, will 1-ave f- r th? abore nl inter-
meiiate n-.rti THIS PAY. the lHth imt.
a. 4 nV'w'V P. M . V r freight orpas.T arpl? hoa-'VS
EEGULAE LOUISVILLE AND CINCINNATI
THE llrht draught anj fst rann'ni;
Fteamer, Wt NONA, J. N. Shcsk
jirit'-T, wiii leave iur me auuve uu iu-r-t2Jw9
termei ate ports on MONDAY, the 15th int., al 10 u Uvck.
For freight or assnge apulv on b-ard orto
f, 1) 2 KU.S.-KLL OLAIBOHN'E. Atentii.
$IOO FLGTTllCl. !
1)ANAW.VY from IKcitur Furnace, in Dec:u- county,
L Tennesjee, in 3it last, our Nejrto, JOII. for whrsa
recovery auJ putti"ft io j lil in this State we wi!l pay $N)
If taken out of the State and secured in jail, e "ill par
ls0. We purchased aaid boy of Jurats M. Miirreli. of
Ah?iil-,i;i Mav last, tfaid Boy weighs ab intl'S piundi,
U coal bUck ar.j heavy set, about S feel s inches hyh. very
b ihy fcalr. The only m k recollected is the f.rn joint eff
of his rigfitor Uft lhutnt not jwaitive which. Metals real
African lacguage, and seems a little ton cue lied.
OOLI AAY, CHEATHAVf A CO ,
feh'Ji Cl.fton I'ost-olhce, Wayne county, Ter.n.
T Louisville Journal copy to amount oi J5,and charga
v o v y t 1 1 v ii f. s i d i : s c r. s.
rrBE OLD HINT0JI PLACE, on the Gailat n
X lumtuke, two oua-J from the city; subaiv:ded I.,;:!
into sjiu,lie Lot fjr Suburban Usiien.-e3. and is now al
tered lur tale by A. V. S. UNDSLKV,
fibU ri Cohere street.
VALUABLE LOT f r a Family De'linp, ai
I. jciDini; the lesiuence of the Lite Snuun G ene, nn e .
Norii Mik-t .-treet, isforsale. Ihelwt fronts :t" teei
fe-t deep, and ii offered very low. lie uukk or you
will !"e a baigain. For terms, cad on
t, b'.a A.JV. S. LIXnSLEY.
V ALTABLE BUILDING LOT cn O.-rry st
ii. Sih tiai't. near ilu ttatisl Church. F.'oiiH 1 -7 "
feel and is 1GJ deep, wil an alley iu the re-ir Is i ffersd
Very Ijw. Ap.liu f b'3 A. V. S. LINL-LLlf.
STJOA'a-iOhhdtiairtol'.im-, in "tore and forsa'e by
f ti:J SMITil, LOV'K & CO.
COFFE-250bs;-"! Prime New Op lean and na'timnre. fjr
.4ieij f,b:3 fcMU'll, i-O VE St 0 ).
M0LAS32S-75 bits aid halves chove new crop, fr
fa.e by f'V.8 yMtTH, 1. )VK CO.
CANDLE3-1; b xis Star Candles and 5 bues T.IUw
J CHii.iie-,fr Pa'e by SMITH, LoVE .Q.
T AILS-3 j0 k :gs boat b.aoJs, lor sale low bv
1 f, l)U SMI 11. LOVE k COr
I VKI5KY 1"0 FiieV, (ner teamrr
? ."') bit Old Kye and Uoi.iD.m winky;
f.() bld Si! it'i'H Keerra and Monu.jrholi Whi'Vy;
llranuioa, W ibci, c, ic, ia store and f..rs leb
Sdllil L'lVR A CO.,
febLJ No. Mamet st.
TO FUfiKITUaZ AND C2D 12-WAKE KANUFC
TUSE2S. flHS tuiSscr.b.-r, having just arrived in this City with a
L comu!-iiou from one of the larireM Piano F j.-te and
Furniture Ware-rooms in the city of Memphis, it anxious
toru-ik? arran :e:ne;ils, U','j't liberal terms wuh MaMufiw
tu-ers nf Kurtnture or Cedar-ware, for a sin ply cf every ar
tir!.! in th-db ve line He han, aU ', what is style I the
".' '(ws I ltr(i" in tbi. wi f labor-savi air nuK-lniies to
wit: TYLER'S PATENT WASiilSG MACHINE.
This is entn-v a ne ariirle, and "do irs the kitchen" of
every thinit liereto'n e 'ntroiluced in this 1 tie. II is now
re.yly to contract forthe manufacture of one tliou-aa I of
theie miichiuis, which he isdesirous of l.avini; c-u-t n.-ted
with lUtdcUy. A few County Kigha, ia Middle Tennessee,
the uudersi(nod can be seen at Room No. ,Ci'y T'o'el,
for the next ten das, at any time b.-tore III o'-'ock A M..
or a'tcr 6 o'clock P.M. K. Ci. JluDc L J Ai.L.
Great Luck, Great Luck.
Ii the Orand C m oli 'ate 1 Lotterv, F.Ttr Class One,
(itnvani Plan.) Th a!"ve handsome Pr z : was sil jby
T. it. HCUJAilD A CO., Baltimore as fa!l
Oae Half w-s sant to Virginia.
One Qurter toBos-O.i
Ons Eigiith to Cincinnati.
One Eigith to New York.
The CAFH Is ready for the fortuunte holders.
1 he Havana P an Lotteries have be,-n tlie iuo.-t popular
l ot'eries of the (!av. Fvery Tr ie Is drawn r if and conr.
queutly wbtn the Tickets are all sold every Pr i." must h
The next drawing tit lrs place in Tl'lttfo-e rfy, FT!!
Rr akv ii-i; Capital I'rizd 33,UOO. ickete
Order rarlv AMres T. II. UPPII RD, A C B itl'uiore,
authorised eii;.s f r the 5an i-er -.
Itich Schimfs for February, !8')7s
It." IUtANCir rcOMam'sers.
GRAND CONSOLIDATED LOTTEflYGF
To be dr.iwn in Baltimore, Md., Saturdsy, Fsb. 21, 1837
Drawn uiide.- the superintandenea f tka Bta Com
f"" Fach and every Ticket In th'i Lottery will te a
Pr.i , for all tlioie tie. eta without a drawn uuaiber, are
each eut. tied to a Five Uoll ir Pr.s-.
1 .V2 6.0 f,f. O
' 4 l?,."ic) !..'"
S 1 .!, H V'MMM)
t s,i o i.")
& ft IKi( '.''l.tHia
1(1 2,6m V,i-Kl
11W 4 ') ..7,4' 0
06. lu.l iod
0 C(J 3.J6')
4.1 'Ji 4) lOi.t-'O
W.Tl't..... 'in IU." '
4i' tin a iii s i
73, ",'6 j rites, aniouaUng to $ I ,lJ,0e
Wholes 10"; Halves 1; Quarters, A, Psgttha M 6.
Certir.ca'.eof P.ieVa6-e of S Wolrs, tft f2''- '
.. li- 3
'.I yjarteis "
GRAND CONSOLIDATED LOTTERY CF Ki
i: ritA CLASS 2
To be drawn in Palumor, Md., Battrilay, Feb. 21, 1357,
M'l.KMMO in:. tit:.
30,000 Numbers! 1,000 Prizes!
1 priaeof S," 0
1 pr se t II .70
t pnxes of &."'
4 pr.l'i of 4 "S
4 pnaer of
4 pr aes of S.vn-
4 pr,. of M'
9 prise, of l.'ioo
ITi prows of t
r.r t e
rf 8 H
approximation to I
S of tU " ."
if l.VI " u'
16 o( U' " 8-"'
ia of s."
ltf uf (
S) t( 11 "
:-i i "
Lowest It jiiar Priie , L'iwet Appiox roat on 0
Whole Tice- lw; Ualvea 5. Qaarten i CO.
13T" All rder lor tl'k.ta or pems ia any f tttr
Mr land Lotteries, wdi imiil pruoopi mio.uut, aiid lk
d-.wiiij sl Jod to a-J parUiaMtrs ie,oi4.o;.i ar!r It i.
r. AiUrwl T. tt. HLt-BAKJ A CO..
K. SI FajeUa street, or a, .. 44
f. b!3 4w "'""'. a.rviM4.
C3ASCI2Y 81LS 07 SEAL ESTATE
BT viruie of a de ree of the Cha.n'e'y Court at Stash
vtfle, at lb Nveabr Term, l-"4, In tre rM of
Rra l.hry et a. I wtll 8er 1 r a! s-te ol
t kl Oxr Mime ia rSH.'ivit., on the 1 t-.h ef f -tro rr,
1 -tl, at II o'd the -lowinf dwnBed KKAL I f T Atk.
aiWaie-i In the IS. a Or I Witr-t of DavlMit I'oau.y, and
lonil-d at Ki'lus : C mmenclaf at a Kak la t! ctt
nf Ni-ly' ll'l otal the swrih ea.l earner c-f tl. T
f-Mtrr's land 4 ruanlct tooth T4 derrres, ! afoul IS
pnte to se at ths antih-smt cor: of (ltWi Ija.J,
ihtciei "an l'U Sums to a small syst.sBore netr !-w wtrr
M.ra of Cumb-rrlanJ Hir ji4 anoil fwty rir't h mm
thm BM-wth at CAr CreaA-, ta4) do WW CaiuN-- aid K'ver
Mitlt nuevirrsM, west IS ie t a cdar an f eh tt 0,
Ih.we mat: I 4re,rat 114 rW to the no 'nr.
1 as. A (redd fen a I twn year with euwd aat (
eanir, aod ha rviaiasd i aecwrw the pynmts ft the
paio& o.y. JiMts winjl,
' fpre.al O mejUn&rr,
J at A !1 w a wtl vpa 41
' Sale or Uca llstate.
f WtU. Wa.Ua9ATLaAt.''f tbirAT II
J' if IV a vaiuAki mc eif frtMnd, xtaawnt o Is. a
etuMmt, sKwa: ike Saeaaaa Ceas. iavt, wiik
rf -ic rl,ia.
ei iu,"r!y liUU 6l4 forth svarsMMM. f aaklaf a
J, v i . is.ii ;ft heir cf Iks). i. t r,4e 4.
Tt-KWV ou u4 h; U kia cm a4 lee
star.' i. me. .
JaJt.14, -7.44 . J.Si).M.CAlJLia.
IX Ifal to lilt fUcs keteete one i l lea rt,
taiprcK. . - t. aV til.A-'-ttn.el, i
v?gZ$ oavcu; Coal. Ofue for
miJiclB:' the sale of Bowsna Coal eaaced from i-l-ku'sCmI
OCSceloold CoalOfflee, Ko.4l Boat h College
FOIl SALE. A second-hand
LLT PLAXIVS MACUIXS (Da-iil's patent) n
good running order. It planea twe' ty four lce:tes wide,
and will be disposed of at a reuceed price.
W)l. R. McVARLAM.
jr.;3 - So H CoMert St.
TQLOOK OUT. Tii c nndcrslned
Aiij-'! iritl irive their entir'attention to CoP.ect.nir
Uiauns in t-citv aid nut. Alto ni mi; iu reroes. c.
:e over ?. B fjzz': EsI .oa Cherr s'ret, un sta-rs.
HAGS. I will pay S. cents
i4iTJkj3 Ca.sh for good Cotton and Linn lla)r?,de
liveredat mv Hi? !to-e on the Norm east cjrnerofthe
Square. Woolen and iriik Sags are r't wan'ed.
d, rt5 W. 8. 'VH ITEM AX.
r TO PlIIXTErtS. We hnve
lAS"' a cr..d ?ttpcr aoyal Pre?s. nearly new and
ia pe'fet-t order, whica we wi'l sell at a bnrcain.
der2J tf PMirif. MOR tN A CO.
HAGAH & SSO.,
Book Sellers and Stationers,
So. S3 Maikrt & So. 6 Union St.,
A laree and varied atsartcent of both S-ntlmentsl and
Cornic. varing io prices frxn 3 ce.ita to$!3. Also, Envel
ope aud Valentine Mottoes Just received by
feblt) HAG AN A Urt?.,M.rVet ft.
YANKEE II0TI0X3. for January anJ rebruaryjust
received by fellO HaGAV A BrO.
Jiew Books by Express.
HESRY l.YLK, orLifind Exi'teuce, by EaiiUa Mar
rra.t,d.ughterrf Ciptain Marryttt.
THK rCriDLEKORD PAPEH9, or Hamori of the West,
by H. H. Riley. With Original llluaLrattocs.
TIIS QUAD'tOO', or A Lover's Advent tre In Loaiii
ana, by Capt. Mayne Keid.
The Laugh tb'e Ad'entures of Me-sn. Browa, Jmes and
Rob'nion. With Comx K."v ravings.
DOS JIEXN'ARDO'S DAClilirKK, or Love, War an 1
Adventure, by Mf Harrison Ainseorth.
Juft receivil and for saie by 11 AG AN A BO.,
feblO 83 Market ft.
HARPER'S MAGAZINE andGOJSi"8 LSDV'3 UOoK
for January, just received by
fe-.HJ HAG AM 4 B?.0
HARPER'S SE'.V ?AP;.Z.-IT. trptr's U'-oWy, Joa-nal
of CivUiiauon, first number, 50 I copies ju-t received. Eub
scriplion received aud single copies.-oid by
feblO , HAGAM A BRO., Agents.
THE NE'.V YORK LEO'JKR, a Weekly Newyp iper. Sub
scriptions received and single numbers sold by
feb.O HVGAM A t'V, Agents.
THE FLAG O? OCR UNION, and "UJiou'j Picloriol
Sew.p ipirs" fjr aale by
feblO HAG AN A PRO., Agents.
GeUEY for February, haa been rec ,-ive 1 by
foh10 H? B3
HAitPEil'i MAGAZINE for Fbraary is on our table,
f.bl't HAG AN A ERO.
HAtiAN A B.W., Mirket street, Ue just rece ved a
lar;je supply of extra heavy i-nd vary flnf Cap Pajer, m'ed
and unruled. A!o, au ai ort.ueut of fine Vrap;d. g anil
Manilla Papers, to wheh they invite buyers in want of a
gioJ article at:o-.v prices. II AG AN A I'll'
feblO ') Market ;reet.
1 1 y ' 1 1 1
I have received an elegant assortment of VALEN TIM,
to which 1 invite th attention of the putihe.
feb3 BiO CHAS. W. SMlTlf, 41 College st.
Kv.rjb)'!y that is iu iu; ols g.ol FAMILY BI3I E
should cuius to me. I haveal.it I with to sell, anl will
o:r-.r theraat very r i r.C!3. CilAS W. fMiTif,
ftbll uo 41 Co'.l-g-street.
That beat'.irtl artiele of London Ink, "ARVOLD'3
FLl'IP," in ail . led bottles, oa hand a:.d for sale by
jar.Cti CHARLES W. iMtrH.
Hy the gross, doien or siugle copies for sale t y
Jat.otJ CII ARLT4 W. HMITH.
I hive a Urgu atock of SCHOOL B Jlvd, In all the de
partments of learning, on hand, which I ofTer at low prices.
The Teacher am'. Country Merchant will End il tothelrad
vai.tage togivemea ca.'l. ClIA.. W. irMITII,
jan'td a 41 College street.
4 VOf 1 II, 16 or 17 years old, wanted to learn the (Jai
J. X. KittiiiK nusirie-s. None n.td apply unless they in
tend to lie steady and remain until t .ey 1- arn lh t-ust-ness.
App'yta JAMUS 11. KKM'Ttli K,
j.,n:.-f C f liffice.
rI'"IIE subscriber, llvinfrat No. 55 S mth Summer stre-f,
JL Bar Una I, is pre ared to !i ard tsioor three f tniilie
and a few day-boardt ra. UesctfuUv relers to lrs. Ham
lia and Morgan, t'Ue'ry street, and R-es W. Porter, Cedar
street Jani lm MRS. .NANN1K LUO'.II.
rjlIIK uniiers:i:ned ke-ps a lloardine lloti.e on Cedar
1 street, next to the Verindah llotf I. where he is ready,
at all ll :.e., to asaoiuioo late trausieut or pi-rmanent
HRa li'rs at fair rate, llntibiei. ajaaa provided with
liie b -t the market sSortis.
janl7 tSEO. W. COLEMAN
rlVll.L pay Cah for LAND WAkRANTa at my oflice,
No. -ii Cuerry street,
jtnjii J. O. FKLLOWr..
ri'l!F. FPNlfRAL rNDKKI'AKIMr S T A BLI'IIMITNT
i. OF J. W. M'COMB, I removed to Chnrch street, op
P' -Sjp the old stand. In the now hou-e recently bnitt hy lir.
Y ur.u. whi re we are ready, as usual") fri oar aiention
when railed on. J . M'COMB.
jai.H T w. e. consent's.
Jack For Sale.
Ill AVF an unasuallw lirpe and flue JVCK for sal; 18
h.in Is huh: rolat Mac, lie is a rr.o-t rvre lent breeder,
8 rears old this bprinr: rai-ed In hentu ky. Ptnlieree
fiom the best Kentucky sti ex. For inf -rmacinn, rail at
feb7-lw R. H. PVRTk.V'.
" MEAT AS D PASISY COOK FOB SALS
ri'IlK ub. riber otTeri for sale bis woman TKMPf, as
X rood a Cook, Washer and troner a tli-re is in tha
Sta', al-o understan.la Pickling and Preservlnjt.
janl ALBA. MAlKF:.
COrrORATIOV TAXKS for ths yesr 1 O.T, can now b
paid lotl Cit ' Seren-ie Cullert r, at his oflcn, eorner
of Cherry an 1 L'nion streets, in advance at the t.U oloc
pr r cent per month irj. rest.
Astt Is is tlie best inVeitmrnt thtt enn he made, I. U ex
f ei-trd that Tax Payers wir be pro-npt In ca'l n'.
JiMI-lm A. NFL.'t.iN, Collector.
TW(J "fj "vVJELLlVo HOUSES F0S BEST.
ft. I II AVF. furr-M.1 tweeomf .riab:a Iweldi.
Ij oath Charlotte Ihk-, about 'j m ! (romile Ji;"
V-.'- S iuare. Cm house has six iooiu with kitch
eu and rant' rj)Jl, tta o'.es, Ac, and ' acres of
Kiound. Thj other u a vii hoae, with two room. n4
H V acre or:" Jnd. Immediate p m-H'H jutn. Apj ly
to li.H l M. srHVAKT, Il ilrd.
f'iMt It TV!". The FRICIt oj;tt, o 73, ,.
L .North Ma. krt tt-eet, j it brlow r red. Mean's 4; A
Maouf.etury. Postein x.ven nnme:iately. Ar. .i,,. ,.
p:y to CUAK1.KS W. rMJu,
J,rY) (, 41 IVI-i.-ertreU
A Hare Cham e.
U'ANT'.D A rr.(n n .b'e an 1 eiierprlin? tr.an, to
lx-te at NaUvilir, Teun., as 'aeral AiTjui '4 a
1 ir it "jtivriptinn II . r"ailihiu !Uu in Phiia leiphia.
lo one who cm f-irn i a chcap tl ol from f t
tl f is a rare c'i&nce tomaiie nionrv. 'or parilt-uUr, au-drc-s
!! x 4l5,t'ul-o2.cs I'llttudt'JpUitt, l'.
VN ehreti n will be hid at t'i Piaster'. Iltnlc of Tennes
see, Na.hvu'e, on M nday, id Marc next for eleven
Uir -c'.vrs to seive the easois year.
I'lin rrMluk y.i--ira I). WTWr.R Ch'r.
NOTICE TO ST0CX HOLDER?.
Otii.a XaSiw-li.c lias I hiht Co, (
F .bra try K I, I v 7. J
1'IIH S oc'ihcld-rs of the Na-I.vi.le L-hl Company
are brry ) u. i:.ed Uj.t the annual r eetionai Hti)
!.. r., t .rrve fjr tn ra,n'h , widlatr plaoo on tha
i h ilav of M trch Oext al the uS o : of the I' mi anv, on
C'.eny trei,. JAMiJ H. UtM'kiili,
. o. i ai)
c. i. cxst.
fT. C. iS.
srrtiNG iMrurtrATiosvs: :
NO. 1 1CBLI2 tefkas.
I E ir nw r .vin aivl .wmnc oaf asai-l fprla
V puirha., wIim kIIM rta ly or lo.peoua b tbe
i.h i.-ii., ard at wMeh tin ft w 'it display a mw eut-ic-
iuutmrM of Ml jujlt, thaa hat cr duna
I a-y rrt.n eu-fe.
lir .!. w Ii lulirsw all U- latest style f DOUtSTiC
Single and Fun 17 lrv Co ads,
tad to it w.l kt tkll U lbs) M J TILTHS, as ley p
10 tfce lastern C.t el
la ad 1it"i to tr arr. an I ren-raVy tortr l t'oeks w
are k-rn in t habit if k.-pioj, ws a.v a il wdfi
hst'y ft bd (rade tf
Wi thai) t4 plea4 to l' l it oar asrlmal t. tt old
V'ecd. .a I tii T'al eier.n. as w ri co. S Itat that
rout oar Vooj riptrituew and t otnif w j ,
ar W oier 1td.ce3t.uta W alt.
Hrs. Fellowcs and Miss Scnolcs
WLLU 0?S THEI3 UUOQU
FOIL THE Iii.CtrriuM W lll lU.
At Re- 24 Tiae, Ctarcn aoi Brd
On the Second of 1-VbruarT, I37.
a ... aHr t
N,.r.l n.rtMU ,W
D.atiJ. frtfcCS anx o,".
10 M III UK.-la ivt! n:t kkiiau WO
' Allf ti tur f..Mh piettya-, Ap.'HO
U W. U WKi,p., ha. & Ckiiiy u.i.l.
Hapoleon at St. Helena.
T. BERRY & CO. have jast receired
If APOLEO.f AT ST. KILZJA; or, interesting- Anec
dotes and remar.l-b'e Ct nrersatioLiof th Fn-peror dor
ins; the five and a Half Veara of his Captivity. CoHscttl
trem th McrnoriaI cf La C.tsas, O'Metra, l3ntliola-n,
Antouirracrhi.and o-h.rs. By Jjhn C. bbjtt. Witi 11
Utratiens. 1 vol, 8o , c!o!h.
Fx'.; art from the Preface.
TTte'ifcaius f Vti oh on Is a.toni.dire. AilbranehMof
hniran haoalelKe s-ewed a ike fa a il ar to his ciganiie
wind. i:iLoavrr:-a:i..n- at 3 . i.'ciena. 'catt-ntd tl rouih
the pu-n-r cs sal Tc-!am!n' a toerro-uls ct th"-e h-
sl-aaed tl-em. r-'e-. lete with inten-eHt interest.
There ! rorrind ah eh will not be invigorated tj lamili
arity v-f-.h tho?e pr'oinj ttcuirl, rx; rcssed with iO
much g:ow of feeling aad energy of OL-tior.
W. T. BEXP.T A CO. hv a'.sooa sa'a
WEdCI33 C? THE LIFE, ASD C05TE23A
TICS3 CF THE EUPtEGS NAF0LE0S. By Count
DeLasCi.is. ',Vi:h Portraits ac4 other 11 ustra'.iocs. 4
ITAPCIEnyS CAMPAIGNS IN EG7FT A3D
3YSIA, 17D3-17C9, dictated by the fm?fr.r at 3'. He
Ion?, and p'ib jhed by Orr.ers! Per'ran''. vols., 6o
With an A::ai of IS pit,-4 tf the Plans ef Battl a. Pari-,
,X0XTI0ir'3 FI'TORT ?F TEE CAPTFt FTY
OF NAP0LE0X AT ET. KELE.'A- vol., h f cair.
JfAPOLEOS'S COSITLENTAL COKSESP05
deroe wi'h hi3 Brother Joseph.. 9 vCis. ltmo.
LAST DAYS CF A'APOLEOX- Memoirs of the Last
Two Veari ol apo:eon's Eti'e. By F. Antommstchi,
formic? a Sequel to the Journals tf Ilr C'M.-ara ard Cvnnt
MS il DISS OF THE I3VASI0N OF FEAXCE by
the A !ied Arr-iies, an I ef tie Last -ix Months cf the Eeiga
of Napoleon, inrlutlius; Lis Adicaicn. Wii,tn by ccm-ra-ilof!h
Eipe-i.r. By B iron fain, first Secretary of
t! e 'ahiast. 1 vol., Sro. W.th a Map of the Campaign of
AS33irS LIFE OF HAFCLE0S- Svols.
JTArOLEON IN IXILE. Pyo'Meara.
KAP0LE0S AT iT. HELENA, .'rom tht Letter
andJourn ls if S r Hud-on Iw(
MEX0ISS OF i'APCLEON. y the DuehesD'Akian
te. Svoi-. With Pcrtr.iits.
EAZLIITT'S LIFE OF NAFCLE0X. .
NAPOLEON 3 KEJUOIS?: Kvtninns tri a Pricee
Cambacerer, Second Consul. Ey B irca Ianftoa. J
NAPCLECS'5 IXPESIIICN TO EUSSIA- By
Count da Figur.
THE NAFCLE0N DYNASTY. By lbs Berkley Men.
WiihSd Por'ra ts.
NAPOLEON AND HIS JfASSHAL?. ry Headier.
NAPOLKON'3 OLD UUEAD. H.v nexdley.
NAPIES'3 rZSINSTILAE WAB.
ALISON'S KIST0ST CF EUE0PX- With an Atlas
of thu P!ar cf B it b s.
THIE3 S IIIST0RT OF TH3 FZE5CH REVOLU
TION, to'.j., with Portraits. febli
. , .
The Stories of Hendrick Conscience.
II ICKLTH ikl.T.K K,
Ti::: ro r.ii.!:.iAx:
THREE TALIS IS OSK VOLUME BT UUXUS1CK
Tiiv. ci itsr. or -riir. rir.LAcr,
Tin: n.u'pnF'is or hvivu iticir,
THPvKB TALIS IN t'NK VOLCME fcT HENDRICK
Tales of Old Flanders,
toi.vr ao or l it ii.miuvi:,
xvoo;r.n 4' i. u.,
Tin: v:i i.a(.:: ivixi'.iuprR :
fllKKK TALKS k.'lu.M TbK O-il'.INAL FLEMISH, BT
'xtract fi cr.i the Tr tn -Ir tor.1
The ritmi-h Au-hnr host Works we are about !o pre.
sent to American renlem has lrrs; en,ved an Kuri.i ran
reputation. V. book were lar('ely trans,
laied in G many an 1 Followed by euiti ns in Fiili-hat
London, Krtnchas Paris, Dam.h at Cvpeahuf en, Italian
in Italy, and even in Bohemian t Prague.
F iR i ILK nr
TV. T- EEF.EY Si CO , Tablie fquro.
rtUE STOSE ECESE on l'nion atrret.ln Camp.t,
I be!:' lli.a.iifc, next to Vrk's It. k t-re. Ap- i
plv to . A. V. 8. LIM'SI rv,
fbll 8J Colic street.
(Oil II F !T.
fP"WO CC0O E0OMS in Camp'irCsBi.lMinrsonls.
1 1'i.iin xreet one in ihe sici nd, tbe other in
the third s:ory. Apply to Jl.-iL
A. V. S. UXPPLak.
TBE 8T0EE HOUSE, with oi Dweftng at-A.
'..ictu d, ou l -i aet s reet ncarlv opposite V i.ion,
No :!ti one Hour fi utu V U' Dr ig S.or.-. App!v to. J
f.O.'i A. V. a. Ll.M).-La.l .
I'OU It KMT.
A FKW n-at arid e mf.rtble EWELtlNGS, la , .
a. V utk a?hviP i iLciuolns som ol t'ail-orrr's. f,
A. V. S. Ll.NUcLlV.
i oil iti vr,
ELMWOCD. h residrr.ee of th- late Dr. Ferry. , ,
i t oUa n ten ro ins, w th kitchen servant.'
ri mi in, si i a' e out I oii.e , -tc. 1 lie jtrouud cu " 1 -fire
.icres, with h ui trees, a g o I vegetable gsrdeu, ui.
well ot wau r, cm. A) 1 ly tl
feMI A. V. 8. LIN DELICT.
I llll mm:.
TWO or three convenient DWELLINGS, near t ,
he Public Jiiu ire. Apply to A
. t . v a iivnut rv i ' '
ONFor two BUILDING LOTS, In Ihe bestpor
tion i I etr c Iv. lh-'te wishing good locati'm. V,'
fur 4wiln. cnvr' lent 10 basin-, ad better al -
ioiuiediauiv. ion w II rrgret youlet tbiehanre!ip. Ap
ply to ltUJ
A. V. 8. LlxULEY.
soi tii AMivii.i.i:.-rou jiai.i:,
iMVE EE AI TIKLL BUILCISO LOTS, at thejsi-j
joiictioo of Maple street aid tlie Murd eeboro VV
lump k. Lots aro oo hundred and tiKhty-eight' 1
feet .!e.p, and will b sold nn Ion; tine, th owner caring
more !m iuU rfnt than he does for priru-ijutf. A poly to
UbU A. V. B. LlNU&XfcY.
.-! ! It .V 4 I.AIi:oil'KH AMOITIOI.
M MilKR OP L0T3, it this addition, for ealervtA
on nrnl reasona le terms. Ai ply lo V7V
frbll A V. is. HND5I.ET.
IOTS Nos. 19, l, HI. i, 5t-, 4- an 1 23. on-.
j iVikIIii I mt, .vre. with One (orvat trees V
and b-auuful evergra. Apply to 1
febll A. V. S. UND.-LEV.
I f'S Ti:iS'i ADDITION .-IO II SALE,
OTS No. . S. '. 11. l'i- 1 'O th Addi-flJi
Uoa, fronting a the Oa Utin Turnpike. AoplySi',
A. V. 3. Li-yei-H. T
Yrraciiscii a tii Lil in tr LUi, on in iia:ia-r-7i
t.n Turtp.ke, a.jom'ii Mr. Lesur', ne hun W
rlred leet from and te haadredail ten feet rV-p. "
Arply t- I '!' I A. V. 8. LINDSLElf.
AF..ni?rL EUTLDIXG LCT, n the Ga'-r--r,
la'.iu 'iu'.-.i-a, aiii .ii.n g ilia bandui resi V,f
den : of Mr. ssi 11 g-on. Lei 1 oot kuodred fcel 1
frout ai d two hnodrrd an I forty feet deep, with tutets oa
thrrt side of ;U Apply lo
feta A. V. S. LIViLIT.
HlN!?OME LCT. In Houston's Ad.mion.orr
V m 1 edl .t.d .tret- . F.f.y let tTnl and one bun- Vr,w
dred an t .event v fret de.p. I: h b.-ea reeestly a -
CKwed aiih a Heal pi-i leuce. Apply to
I.b.l i. V. S. USDrJLIT.
I'Oll ?4 ALi:.-IIOI HTOVi ADDITION.
V0VC P.KACriL LLOTS.pn Buaswll tret, at U
O cort.ru Ust.-,i,iu this AOOUM.W. App4 ,9 , mLm
f,.,ji A. V. S. LLNidLkV.
MW Pt'HL! A8 PA1I-T BSCtlVKD AT TUii
Wvlllns Saloon of
31 n . x) o L n 1: a ii ,
43 ( h1b Street
OTIS VESSEL ft THOJirSOlf 'f,
WniRf FKiLi?3rifw SIX T HXTY TfARS Of AGE
Caa 'haag iho' t.i'.i. and cramped kaad
T oJCr SLMti.lSi X ASP UAl'lOITl'.
iEH'N' fr I' e t jauiry en in hth-ir lertn la one
sxvii V !. i.ai4 wuH iht mntMr. I.'a
tear ut ar re'.rrrd 10 ih irs.unoay at sasovr Ik B1
rt aeo-10 tn l oitrd a eirjr,or to
kaure..f papt'.tuM k i - lhoj. Hours, $ to
II A M -n l to 4 P. M aa I I te as aw-H.
Ail w 4 lajou hit u.m. km w iwuiaiiy.
WHOLESALE DEaLESS A!fl IX?CXTESJ 07
' 11A11DWAK CAN I) C I TLXlt V.
H AVIV 1 eocWdej sornt nn s ac tt discontinue tht
K.iail D.-artm.ni olar bisua. wwtr mt rt
trl. anil a LAKdsLY INCkikAalD eToCK.. aaj an
Utr.S.-lV VAktT,toofferlndue!iiaU lo Merchant
vini k.?, (aa w I a tkot rwmiDg here to a,a yttrcha
(t raal ui aay kou.t ia tha kaatam Cttiwsu
0ir Irrta wtl! bw UH l to prtwipt afld oivo ea,n4
wit at raklHr K4. GlMfLMi, BilJWAX A HW
at th kiglirUBurt! price.
Kit 'I L'n:o ars w..l plt Ukt aotict tkt tre eannc-l
u.t..r ..,rt, ...- w.u ""VaVsTIarkuu.
; a.T!l.e, fik ll-tns )