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bc MasIjMHf Patriot.
' OilLT S; TBI-WEZXIT $5: WEEKLY $3
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1857.
.-V..cith. x.t.CAUr. tboi.cxllkdh. i. r. jokes.
' SHITH, CAMP & CO., Proprietors.
VT. ITT. SMITH and ISA P, JOISTS, Editor,
Qglew lg, , , , , Draderirk etrert.
From the Wilmington "(N C.) Herald of Monday
-J TIte, Storm.
, One would .carcolv realixe from this bright and
pleafittit morning, that one of the aever.gt .torn. a
of wind and rain, experienced here for several
years past, had but just i-pent its furv. A stated
. in Saturday's issue, tie wind, which, durinp the
Whole of the day prefioa. bad Uenguaiy increasd
a the tiil t came on, and during the whelp of the
night aod throughout the next day and ,iht blew
with pr. at violence. It reached ita heipbt durirff
- ,1.hL76IB of Salurda7. when, as the sailors say.
I i. Kr' .eun." Immense quantiti-.. of rain
fell donne Friday, Saturday and yesterday, as a
cots, queries, th wattr cour.es, pond', creeks,
Ac., were swollen to an ununual extent, and rcuch
damage was dODe by ovetflowg, carrying awiy of
bridteo, &c. The bridge at Green' mill "pond was
uprooted and the dam was broken io three places.
A small bridge on the old New-Berne road, just be
yond the limits of town, w.g also swept away, and
injury was done to two of the bridges on the plank
road, but not of a sufficient character to interfere
Hre, io town, the effects of the etorra are appa
rent io the number of trees and of branches up roof
ed, twisted off, and scattered about the different
Streets. Many fetices have been blown down, and
some slip! t damage done to ioa.es. There is no
serious ii jury however.
Th Heat-ier Snrav left for Rmitl..;il. 1,
al hour Saturday afternoon, but such was the vio
lence of thts gule that she was fotc d upon the
beach below Orton, where she remained in safety
until yesterJy eft-moon, when she was towed off
a t steara"r Henrietta, which had been dep-tch-ed
toberasMKar.ee. She then proceeded to iSuiitb
villeand returned at Ler usual hour here this morn
ing. The train from the North due in the everinR of
the same day, arrived at ahout the usual hour, but
could not reach the shed where passengers ere lan
ded, in consequence of heavy drifts of sand neur the
track on the side of the hill just beyond the depot
buildings. The immense raiua swept Urge qianti
ties of sand over the rails, nnd the passage of the
Cars was blocked. The paeeDgera by this train r. -maioed
where they were during the nie;ht, and in
the morting, when the violence of the storm had
bated, left tneir temporary hotel for more comfort
On the sea coast the gale was terribly severe.
Down at U'rigbt'vilL. Soucd the waters of these
wept over the different sand banks aud marshes,
covering tbera all. The scene is represented to i
.- 1.,, 3 . s i :
i l j granu. " looted as though the ocean,
lashed to fury by the winds, was careering onward
in irreeistible billows to the main land. The tide,
of course, rose to a very unusual height, andtwep:
away, like chaff, several of the balhiti! and bo;
houses, of the refliilr.f. inhahlt.i.t. !.,-,-. .,..
r - w aa-.a.u-.aa,uii t-oa UUI o nil' j
WflebeJ OUt Of lflPi. laff.-r onH It-nslosl I.IrwK A tU .
shore. Trees and fences were blown down. The j
"Ocean Louee," situated on the banks next to the 1
eea, that spot rendered famous as the scene i t the
, nuiinAnT wa. -.:a . .i .t
1 vim.i uj me reu Lucsa waves, j "-" -"-
"d e suppose the fragments thereof, if not Romish Church iu New Yoik, thitks that if Walk-
ice. nfV?'aDt POiDif.- " ,rMti,Vf ab0Ut0D vy ! " "Stained by the adn.ini.-tration, he will
ages 01 GlsCOVerV. This Omn Hmna ..i-.-. .h.t - . '
It is gone, we feel hound to sav "was r ot . hZ 6 Ml e interpret
tel, as pome of the Northern pipers fancied, but
a small tenement of wood, having one room and
do more; and it was situated on a small hill not
Siiffar from (he Chinese Sugar Cane.
The Agricultural 13ureau offers a pre
mium of fifty dollars for the "best speci
men of sugar, not les3 than fifty poaud?r
from the Chinese Sugar Cane, attended
with a full report as to the culture and
manufacture of the sugar."- It appears to
be, in the minda of many, an undecided
question yet whether sugar can be manu
factured from this cane. Some experi
ments have failed, discouraging those who
made them. But those who have attempt
ed to make sugar are few: the 2-reat ma
jority confining themselves to makinjr mo
lasses, wlucn is done with little difficnltv
and expense. : The experiment of Dr. T,pt-
on ine plantation of Mr. Eve, near Au
gusta, lieorgia, and that of Mr. Johv R
iVES, or the Tarish of St. Bernard. Lorn-
lana, who succeeded in making a fair snee
imen of sugar, indicate that the problem,
ii not already solved, is about to be, and
the fact established that sugar can be madp
from the Chinese Cane. Dr. Lee is a
practical chemist, a gentleman of emi
nent scientihc attainments, who has also
devoted much attention to agricultural
matters. We have rrreat nonfidpnpn in
c - .
him, and shall await with interest further
reports from him. Mr. Ives is an expe
rienced sugar planter, and a gentleman
who visited him on his plantation informs
us that he examined a sample of the sorgho
sugar made by him, and found it to be a
good article. The result of additional ex
periments in the sugar estates will, no
doubt, soon transpire. In the meantime,
a great deal of speculation as to what is
doing or what will be done in Tennessee,
will be indulged iu by the incredulous; and
the contest for the premium at the State
Fair, looked forward to with decided in
terest. The planter who takes that nrp-
mium will entitle himself to the esteem
and good wishes of his fellow-citizens of all
classes, and be remembered for generations
to come as a pioneer in an enterprise dis
pensing blessings, like the dews of heaven,
Gov. AValker aud le Catholics.
The Freeman's Journl, the officil organ of tlie
the following txtrjet from its list issue:
As to the party which elected lir. Buchanan, it
will find etpscial reatcu hereafter for gratitude to
hini for the stand he has taken, sine- any course
lees decided or less conservative would result in
not leaving to ttin llpmncralm mrli i.. UCH
" - ... . . .u fjua.j, ii 0 W a
omio uuii-Biavenoiaiflg btate, nor naif a dozen
O M bi.j VI Lilt! 11 omit.
We commend rrii 1 .
- vvnciui.iatjuii iitu ma
ture reflection of Fresideut inakeia in 1S60. If
me lear 01 rendering Jlr. Walker too formidable
is having any effect on the course of action of cr-
jkumuicn, luej ea6iiy convince tbcm
i -w uii.wt w. va vu m ouiau uiii UUt
far from tbe spa. .uH na mA Vv-
- ot.b vra MBhiiiiii UUI
poses by the 't'ounders.'' 1 here is many a pleas
ant recollection connected with ir; for although
ii Will A miicrh fitpiu.in C . i !.
t,.nnV .1 J" uiuuj mie u.ius single non slaveholding State, nor half a dozei
bappened therein and thereabout-incideuts to Congressional districts in ar.y Northern State
make the time pass pleasaotlr and the heart to foel vv.nm i . - " V1 ? l".ern. &late
The damage to the shipping on the coast, wa
fear has been very extensive. The loss of the bark
Colin McIW, a new and beautiful vessel, owned
principally here, is e pecially to be regretted. Slit
had just reached the bar on ber homeward trip
from England, ond, in eudeavoring to ride out the
gsle, parted chains and went ashore.
The gale does not seem from accounts received
to have extended far into the interior. Passengers
by the Northern train felt but little of the Etorm
north of Goldsboro' and by the Southern train,
about Fair Bluff seems to have been its limit.
By tbe boats from Fjyetteville we learu that the
effects of the blow were not expeiienced severely
above Elisabeth. Below this point tbe low ground
crops of corn, Lc, are seriously irjured.
We cannot tell what damage the rice crop has
6U6tained, but hope that it is but slight.
. Th blow tomnitnccd at Northeast, and veered
round North, Noithwest, West, Southwest at
which point it spent its fury; and yesterday, after
a showery and windy day, tlie clouds broke away
at sunset, and all was calm agaiu.
Corresrondesce of the DaCjr Patriot
Nkw Yofcx, September, 1S57.
Dkar Pateiot : I Lave written oa sever
ftl letters from several point?, and I was con
cluding to write no more of them.. Those of
your readers, who have made the tour of this
part of the country, are familiar with the
scenery and orjectsof principal interest; and
those wLo have not made this tour, could
naraiy expect to caio much information from
each careless and desultory jottings as mine
have been. I therefore considered it a trespass
upon the time and good nature both of your-
sen ana yonr readers, to further obtrude in
your colomts. That was one coDf-ideration,
which nas held my awkwsrd pen in check for
more man a week. Cut this ia 'nerl.fi ns too
matter-of-fact, too narrow a consideration. . To
i nose who bave traveled this bustling round.
it may be entertaining to Lave the view?, im
pressions, and experience of other?, that thev
may renew their journeys with the present
voyagevr; and tnose who bave personally vis-
teu mis region, may have whatever of bene
fit I may be able to throw into these random
notes. Again, I am 6omewhat whimsical, and
I claim the absolute disposal of my time and
person and movements. If I choose to seize
a fugitive half hoar, find with both feet cock
ed up npon the the window-sill, of a neat, cosy
room in the fifth story of the St. Nicholas,
and with a waning moon staring me in the
face, a cigar, mild and inspiriting, between my
lips; and thus circumstanced, if I choose to
give daliaoce to my fancy, or drawing the la
bia under my elbow, as I have just cow done,
see proper to drop yon down from this eleva
tion this missile, whatever it may contain,
then I will do it. Of course, yon can give it
a pauport to your compositors or not as you
please. It is all quite the same with me.
With this explicit understanding I am con
cluding atain to write vou. I discard th nsr-
ticularity of dates it is enouzh that it is earlv
in the first month of the genial Autumn of this
current year; and so you may keep the sur-
When I was lamled from the comfortable
steamer, Armenia, at the foot of Chambers
street, instead tf anytlnng's attracting my at
tention, I myself seemed to be the centre cf
attraction "the observed of all observers."
I met with a most cordial reception bv a vast
concourse of citizens, whose only ambition and
pleasure eeemed to be. which should he first
to tender me the accommodations and hospi
talities of the city. It would have been flat
tering to one of much greater celebrity than
make any pretensions to. It is true that
Dudworth's band sent forth a strain of thrill
ing melody, as we were making fast to tbe dock
and that there were many New York Fire
men shouting their greetingf. to their brethren
irom Albany, but this had not the slightest
effect upon the kindly attentions which were
so munificently bestowed noon me. Thiswan
the more astonishing because I was not aware
t lint there Lad been any previous notice of rnv
approach, aud it wore every mark of a snon-
taneous, impromptu outburst of the popular
fetlicg. For a moment onlv for a moment.
1 laid "the flattering unction to my eool"
that I should occuov a few columns in the
morning Press of the next day and I believe
From the N. T. Mirror.
Souvenirs a r in...i
Madame L.vert, of Mobile, one of the graces of
From the Nashrilie C-rifitfaa Advocate,
iteatla of Mrs. Warren.
T- fa n.. . U t 1 . ... . . -
Ainer.can aociety, has published a very intereadn 8iS? A5,s-. w- a. Warrea, pasior cf
MU UIer the above title. V7 ulc- nl.... .-Z M. wZ-T.T. rf .
mikino K rn . ... ... I Niihvill. Sh k , T...i a j
.ouawing extract, y permwaion of the
Huuiauerf in th a -..--.-
jnemoer or tw Methodic Epical Church till the eio,e of
ter tt KUiAt ha nfiii i ..
bereaved brTTh:7 "r,r:'.C".naa Ra. U)e.WUe ou.r
mam d in Oc ober of 13.. from a ehil l .Wh , mi:d.
lm:ah ntriiia Ui-ai) t .. a "
,1 , r ' "t ' er oumtrom acq iaintanees, and
wore tne ornAtrw .f . n .1. i , .
j pleasures and aacmeaia of the world she had but Utile
fTeath V.; " , ..umeu iu we ict.ooi of Christ. Her
eroy. , " c
Her fun-ial was a ter.ded by a large conconrce of weeping
, r- . . a. aiaea oy Ule editor
... rM , im .uucriu-rice?, waea biie vaa
fr1- to e,P 1 1 the fc'rae U waked by the ti ump of
h.I.tKer WiU"ren nd s fiBy of oar departed sister,
bare the BympatUie. cf heir mauy frieudi la thi tad tyc-
c t ; 1 . J . r'n- r-ariu oaa loot a
1a ! the prisoner ii released.
Lightened ol ber ehly load ;
W here the weary are at rest,
tiic 13 gaiaerea unco (iod 1
We have jnst returned from a brief vkit pii
vo:r Castle. Our eojooru there was realW enchant-
IDC. W a ka. 1 iL a. .1 .
. wCUi i.OWI, Dj me ureat Western
, uMiiiajB, pa&ring inrough a finely cul
uvated couatrv . . . ..
drove through the neat little town, and entered the
tie 01 n,uianu. irees were plartdon
each side of the road, and beneath them w-re
Hedges of the eglar.tk.eY milled with jeamine
. '""'jiiuiuii.. i ue air was nueo iiri pei fume
n niu w ua over the prenn l,i 1 ri.
makers were abroad in the fiVId?, 8Dd women and"
, -"us me nay into tne great wauons.
ineaay was of uuusual bnhiues. The sky
was dotted here and thera with Hhi fl ..... .r
o " j ciuuua.
serving. 3 a dehcate veil to the too intense radiance
of tbe sun. I realised the true and graphic pic
f ures of English sctnery, so sweetly described by
.. luclo was euu serenity about
tnero. impartin? to the ninA a rnti .,
tot five mdes we drove through these scenes of
rur. iae, uDtii we perceived the turrets of Belvoir
Castle, and soon after came to tbe domains of the
"u" Ul banana, fsssing through a Urge gate
we entered a deeD forest. Tor th ...
1 -, uiuucuh we
.u aiueuca, tor tne lonets of the Adiron
Hnrlr rr r.f fjia 11. 1 ,
ia a x.', "rKu"J uiouuiains, are not more
"Lo ! the pain of ae u pat.
ll her warfare aow i. o'er
Death and hel: behind a acaat.
Urief and suffering 4re no more.
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By Marion Uariacd, author of "Alone," io.
Vra Th rcilrn... t'1.lim!
By J. F. Smith, in hor of Harold Tracy, e.,4e.
THE RED RIGHT HAXD.
k thrilling romance of Indian Warfare : by Ned Bnnt-
i:ue. lomieof lup.iu t Dun
From the Memphis Eale and Fnrmir.r
Died, nn Wpdn A. c 1 r. 1 ... ...
TI o .... ji-i'.mutr .u, aner a onet Illness,
uiB.T Ci-iBKs, go a of Jacob and Caledonia Spiyey aed
two years and ten month. -PiTey, aea
Hart-rpn(lin inH ,1 . t..- . . .
.... - ;-o pwcuiu tores an to the flrreae
"'-. bds of fairt, lovehest proni e-;S
ble u theangu,sh of the mother when sie aeeth-" n,ir
ild and thick. Tha uld ir. K?k!:. " T. -.rilif L . 'e..inee .he hailed
. . 7 """ Bureauinz I . " --"f"'i -"cu "c news siraigittened for the "dark vl.
branches, were like sent I .LD ley" the little limbs who. m tri .." " L" !...,ar11 v'
snot - VV Hrn.. r... o .: .l . . 8 I uufaJterine cevotion and vii.i 1. .kj.i 5. i. .?
t iwi cuius time loroustl tJlH ilpt-n I ih. k.;i. h j .k . " , .-vu,.ituiuua:oj taria 1
dark woods, and then emerged in JiZlZ? . TUtXtLS, w'i uncmuZ
Of the castle. Ahnnt m .l.. .0 .l . SDriirhtlinM "fi, .1,- .i..7 .t 7 OI. u"COinuon ?
. , . , - iMcneu tne loot I .1 P , . ' . " inaispan tne Deara," wa 1
of a v.ry high hill, upon which sUnds Belvoir Uas- MIV" but Al '"-J hi" !
Jndino- f. ... f.h rl-.r."', uuancy Uiey bore him 1
o " vui ! 1 - luiu n.oiner. Silont ia th-lis, I-
tie. W e ascended a road
race to U rrace. The immense trees met over head
-. .y.mcu . goiBic arco. At last we came out
of g wheWhet "'m bU mther fake him f "
?tWale, Le ..ma?'" . ! "w houe
lnto h..onlight. .ndfouod .J
Of the Castle, a nobU dIJ h,rnnl.l . :1? reat affliction turn L 17 11 " '!rr'Ui! from ltV ,he"
by the first Lord Manners do Ko. and called ' RM- 1n,'," "Q1 "Uec Thou diist n, I cpen not uiy
ec beiie"! J' bil to e soft winds ..eet,y
mounUin. Tbe firBt casile was built iu 1509: the nL!tkVu gentIe 6ih' quium o'er his gr.e,
present one, however, ieof a later date. iahed!pl?0,,er,i tbe"laca br around that ehr-
From the great doorway we parsed into the en- W1e viewless Angels vUit oft the passed, but unforeot.
trance Saloon, or srrand Tpst hnlA i.rnr,A t.:i, y , m uiuorpa.
fianwanf bi' ; .Ko. T. , They laid him there, a turv -HM . - .
1 i r ""'6""t 'uv,luur wora J memoers bright, -"j,..
of tbe family .u the ancient times. Upon the walls Of froUc (lunb, and g!,dsome laugh, and eve of softest Ifeht.
are hung the trophies of war taken by them in bat- Vl b.bat "ree summers' beauteous growth, they laid him
tie. irom thence we were ushered into therecep where t.Z v , - k , , .
tion room, which is exceedingly magnificent. Ithl, bltsTl h gently sigh a requiem o'er the
D,.i I f,,.. : . . I
Del is like a brk nf frsh rco Tka .
painted in frecco, has the portraits of all tbe Rut
land family, and also those of royal personages who
were friends of the Duke. Ia this room there is a
painting of the Duchess, and one of the Duke, ti-
Iran C3r.Mr1v e r s Vi , . : . i
ly handsome they both mugt bave beeo! Tbereis
nacwuD a uj ni uin ntniiir! in ana i innnoaa rt is i ,t
rbau-od VJ Xt)U Lldll U
oy wyatt an exquisite specimen of female beau
11ns visit to Belvoir Castle was a perfect delight
1 fun.iture of antique form, inlaid with precious
ee, with gold, with silver and ivory. The car- lo't h'm lo,tllat cnerfaled
is like a hink of frsh mco "ti, (Tff.
one fair messenger of
Brigd''verd f heaTenly Plumage rare a pure and spo less
That music made within their home, then fleeted from the
And from the darkened household now. there steals no strain
C11 m r'h
0 mother fond. thlnV nnf afhU t- -u ri . a. a ... m
- t v imu, a,t IU LUC 3UfQ( lOnlD
HMtl-fth- y g"Dt1 J;0"111"1 "luii-bsring in iu gloom;
V. V ' "y cnua. a spirit noating Trte
,e?x ea hlp met,"u'' he aings, "Grieve not, dear
Mother. m.l f. . ... i ' . .
, v 3J. A. M.
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ret countries, and UDder direrent tirgerns. Hecee this
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the exhaa tleas series of volumes of the Tirimi ir,n
bJ practitioner who is seeVing for the experience of
omen in unusual caf ef :and he mar rrad-W finl
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furnlsbed. In Cne. with an r nerrlnr-rii nt rnnii u., r
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CYCLOPAEDIA CF WIT AND hUYiOR.
JUST RtADT VnT. I.
Cyclopaedia of Hit and IhiEiur,
vi America, Fcotland, and Kngland.
BY WILUAM E. CLHTON.
Forsa'eby sulT. W. T. BERRY A ro
I ADIES' large Sole Traveling Trunk-;
Atd other cheaper stales, just reoeivtd ard'o'r VJlc at
Ladies and Gentlemens Furni.hin anrt V.r,.
' larder . n . r t i i . ... ...
, v.ui.rgc OVI C C ..
e f,'fi u.u ou u 1 - J ti I H jj y a T
Mcture sa leries. At ltr T hr,u,i , t,.. I
me iu Ldy Emeline's epartments.tho.se occupi- ,r!!.-TE?J!fGVs TUKPAV 1$. 1S6T, ail be
ed by her when she made Belvoir her home: and tr.,at . 2 l"ZZ V ,"S!.in,., ,a!0'M. "':
there I Seated mVSelf to think a her fiiirrminri,irl MILLEior The Own rr th-o-i! .
the Orchestra. In consequence of the great length of Ca
muU there wi.I be no farce acted with it.
- ... .. v. UVUIU IUU
there I seated myself to think ot' her, surrounded
t. .. .11 i
uj me uieuiuiiuiB 01 uer elegant taste. Uow olteu
had she spoken to me of thcee rooms, how often
ifi'S'rlliOil tlia n-iutU n 1 T i -
wv.ww.sx. w.'v vanuc ,vf ue: nuu uuw i whs wviinin
:.-. ,1 IV .. a l ? .1 .a - ...
ua wdi. uui cue was in me far nortii land, lited;
incs on her. dear Arwi r.rninna frinrit
Evtryihlug about the castle grandlj superb
0"3 - vuiiui. v uvui vi C I ecu ui aw "
Kegent's gailery, built by the present duke, to re
ceive George IV., in, when be came down to Bel
voir, to stand godfather for the first Marquis of
n u mi.. i:i : . . . . .
vjiauKjr. i ue jiurary is paoneiea in oaK, ana nung
-Vil h I'PPP n Vulvof. Til. .h.l.c. nonroln
r- . ' .mv tj u . a a i.uuwiu luau J
American books, among them the writiugs of Lod"-
r.-ll j -t n;!il- . V ... .
itiiov tuu oi v ijn ana inr flnri t ipa nr vvvhar
J- W . -.WWd.y
Clav, and Everett. The ball room is splendid, with
rows of marble pillars, and a floor made oi email
I'l pr- P a I .f Wfin I lit'ii a nmaatjt 1 T , , . .. 1 1 n ..v
tends around lor thoe who do not wish to mingle
Tbe Afrlcnn Squadron
It will bo remembered that the Southern Com
mercial Convention recently held at Knoxville,
Tennessee, decided by a large majority to memo!
rialize Congress lor the repeal of so much of the
Aehburtou treaty as provides lor tbe maintenance
of an American fleet of eighty guns to aid in the
suppression of tbe slave trode on the coast of Af
rica. This appeal to Congress was urged princi
pally on the ground that the compact was ducour
teou. to the South. Tbe speeches at the Conven
tion aud its action as above recorded have called
forth a Ktur from Ex PretiJent Tjler, which is
published in the Richmond Enquirer of September
4. Alter poluj.using (or a public reference to any
act of his administration, the Ex President asks,
"Who iu 1842 even dreamed that there would be,
as early as 1857, a proposition seriously made to
revive the slave tradif" LW "entertaioed no such
an idea," nor did "the emiuentstatesmen who were
bia constitutional advisers." And the Ex-Prei-dect
then detaila the facta cxitikg immeuiately
antecedent to tha treaty:
The British Government had Insisted npon tbe
richt. in virtue of various trPBiio ;. ...
lions, to visit ships on the coast of Afrie, sailing
under the American flag, for the purpose ol ascer
taining the true nationality of the b:ps. Eulund
bad eveu ventured to put their claim uno practice.
This called loriu Btron: remonstrances Iroiu Mr'
Stevenson, who was Own our Minuter at London'
and a most able argument in pamphlet form ai
peared soon alter, iroirj the pen of Gen. Cas who
wai our Minuter at Pans. The conduct of our
representative, at Loud, n and Pans in this par
ticular was fully approved by thu AcmiuUtraiLu
and, iu my annual message to Cougre.s, 1 took utI
cided ground against the claim preferred by Great
Britain, and made the occasion to say that as the
United StaUa Government was the lim to declare
the trade slave to be piracy, so far as the citia. us of
the U. State, were concerned, so it was fully a:le
to enforce iu own laws without tho aid of iiruiah
Thus the two Governments remained for a tima
aotsgonixed on the qui anon. Great Utiuiu urged
that .bo meant no insults to the American fUg, but
that it waa impossible, without a visit to the ei.ip to
ascertain whether she belonged to the nation whoa
flas tha) bore, or had tuum.a ih.i H.- ...... i.
deceive, thus seeking immuoity under the Ameicau
ttig, wueu tha vcsiol. offloirs aud Crew, might ba
Ireuch, Tortugucae, or Spanish, or of sonis oilur
naliou, tutentou tha eiave trade, whose treaty et.
gagements bad given to Great Britain the right of
visit aod atart h. Great Britain aUo urged on our
Government, a. a consideration lor qui 'cence en
our part iu the matter, that il th- aited
ahould turn out to bo truly American, bound oa
pea tlul mcreahtil voyage, rhe woull iudeinui.y
all loss and every damage sustained, as bad beio
bouor.blT Jone iu all preceUing caa..
Lord Ashourtoa was poaneased vi full power to
D.gotuU on int. as ou other subject, ud upon
ouferenca I reiterated my decUratoo, ma loiu my
annual message, tht the United Stst, . Government
waa able toehlorc. iuo.n l.wa, aud thai 1 hou!l
see to their ulurccinut, treaty or t o treaty, uujr
tho obligstiooa of psramouuniuty. I iu,u Bu.
gesled, by way ol dii harming thu duty ou my pari
that wo ehouli kp pou tho Ahican eat a nal
armameuiautticteutly great to viu all the.hip. tl al
might hout tho Ufciud .Matea fljg ud f.ii under
auspieionbut that couid cot priut another ta
tlou to do ao. Upon this hn thj stipulation iu
tho Ueaty oas, In my lumJ, a!.)t rested. Certain
it la thai for the aliei-timo of my serrice, n ne,t
much less search, ot an American veael occurred
00 tha part ol a liriiiah iruer. What ha tkvt
place tinea i will not undertake to sjj.
I bave notbicg to Jo with what tho Gorvrumrnt
of tula couuuy tuay deem it roper to do iu re.r.l
Io thai .tipalatioD; bat this 1 w-ll ventur to ay,
that, repeal wbea u please (hat provi-iua of th.
trwaty, it will .till fa0d it neeta.-ary, for lb euhxee
inentof th lawsvf the IViUd Sutea, a w.il as lor
tha protection of tho t.alho of tuerchabt f easels,
and oe-tiacd io ihu end lo bo t,l v.t magnitude
Z a S"' f mt Uatt "9 'r on th
J'- Jt might bo wtntuy ii consider..
Kfnr-ri. . " LVni"':, v-utioo whether.
-1 w iii sj d vuc iiicviiauil
result of rendering him the only possible Dmo
cratic candidate lor the nexi Presidency. Let him
De sui-taioed by hi party, and other gentlemen, on
other iseues r oiher grounds, may, for aught we
see. have the Prchiil nrfn1 Pmiroa t lh,w..a.
but if Mr. Walker is proscribed on the Kansas i.-
on. . 1 ... . 1 1 . ,
"ci xciiiuenicy win, in i&ou, nave Dut one al
ternativeto nominate Mr. Walker or go into a
- 1 tnrl nrniinfl
Selves bv innuiiv that a fi. FfA a-iv nAD iriti i.: I iiiOuunc went JiC'DtDin snefed through I in ha Hq n ti a.
! 1 J - vpjJVriVlUH MJ 11 i Ui I w J I va aj vx. UV.I V (II Q X ill UJ V 11 "D Ulll I S &J Ol a
ou tbe Kanbas question will bave tbe inevitable my dizzy biain wondering how many eager r an ed as to reflect anJ multiply the pillars in aucb
1 . I 1 a.,a v . . I B in inno a-vA A..n . lAnf- a I . L I . 1 1
ana iaiiniui iseportert?. each of the leading V . ., 1 IUIUU15U wuuu
k T 1 . I -r- fUlUlLli I IX II CDL.1T.
newspapers uau on tlie spot, to take down Thre are several picture galleries filled with the
all the circumstances attendiner mv nrrivnl creations of the old cikkips anrl nf thnRA rf tha
mv Bersonal antearauce. r.h ihrtr nf mv more rnodern school. There are several rare and
v , , n .1 e .- r,etuti(ul Murillos, Guidos, Corr.'gsos, Titiaus, Ye-
apparel. .Deluding all the minaUa of quality, ,a.que2. painting of Sir Joshul Reynolds, Sir
cut and fit. For a time I mav as well con- Thomas Lawrence, and of Lelv : manv landrcanea
fc'ss I wa9 in momentary expectation of beine by Zuccarelli, by Claude Lorraine, by Pouaein; and
. & I crnrcniia nitlllPA hv RmKranilr. hg Rnh.rt,a anil
hoisted upon the shoulders of the multitude. v.T rwt,I n t, ..La .v.1 fi.
borne to a carriage, an open carriage horsed lensth portraits of the lords, eatla and dukes of the
by pranciue bavs. at least four in nnmher (far m'y.
T !, . f r f w i.i i The apartments occupied by Qaeen Victoria and
I have a secret fancy for bays); and then and Prince Albert when they visited the castle, are
. a,v-- . . . j -iu v a. v j- au.j ui i i '--v i a a t 1 1 1 1 u ru 1 4 sabiO titiuruiucicu
witi) golJ, and the bangiugs of the chambers wte
DB"1') v -oi oLo. wibn utsu Tf com iriDge. iucucu
A Fraudulent Land Tran.actiou.
At Philadelphia, a few days since, lienrv Mvera.
an illiterate, bard-wotking man, filed an affidavit
Delore AlJerman Lueu. setting forth that one Jnhn
F. , . . . , , tuere aauressea a welcome from tne Mayor
Hester had defrauded him out of three thousand . .. J
r .. , , r,. . . . . . 1 or some otner equally respectable oersonaire
'"nu in riiucnie county. Vircinia. Lv fa se- I . .. sat n. dcomted with ho... m Th h-l-
ly representing that he wanted the land for lion ' era0t,09 WliIcfl mied me were 60 r' room occupied by Oeorg. te Foth, when be
John M. Botts, giving as an equivalent therefor a 'owerm2 tllftt' to Dse a quotation familiar to visited the castle, remains furnished in the same
bond for one thousand dollars, purporting to be Tennessean 1 thooght "my poor heart would 6ty!e.'9vthf n- lt 13 7 gorgeous.
rK.u r.i,. r.. 1"', a . break." Judtrin the nnmher of n.-hr-a At evening we ascended the turrets of the castle
. ine view ttieoee was most beautiful. Twentv-
attentior.s were particularly directed to myself seven villages were visible amid the rich wavintr
auu my immediate welfare, by the estimate UC4U8 ' corn, an i wooaeu slopes ol the bills. One
commoniv nlaced nnon th ir-r.f niril t0WD wa9 PoiBte.d out to me, called Walton. Our
. . : , r . . aucesiors come torn Middle England, and perhaps
gatherings in Tennessee, iu times of party from this very region. Of course I looked upon
excitement there, I should say there were 't with deep interest. It is a fine picturesque vil-
about thirty to forty thousand. There ,a'tha population of five thousand inhahitanta.
ine ran upon which to castle stands, is terraced
uu r,CIJ Biue ave ou., aooui a nnoared teet. 1 hen
OeglOS the (OreHt. extending lik a ao. nf nrpnn
far below iu base.
In I h c rrmrr.intr bva r1iva i n v. ., : M . r i
stock, where the tenants live. It was "Rent Day,"
and multitudes of them were gathered in merry
groups under the trees. They were dancing aud
i 1 i -j 1 .., -..v. uraiiu. i uo men were
my dizziness and confusion were not a jot aba-' ul, 8trong td stalwart. They s-emed to be the
. . I taaa-aa ('Km..., .1 . M . 1 . M
i tbe we come aud the hos- ' , - .i-m usudu. uia men ana
, , , , , women were 8ettted IwneMb the ehn, watching tbe
ltyhad vanished from my - ports of their children' children. It was acharm-
:inued ia iminent danger ot wr Pictur of rural life there appeared such hp-
...... . pine.-S. COUtrXltmrnt inH nl.ni. ik.i
".-.junmir, ju liiu tuuiseoi an article UleCUSs- I uouii, taiucu away r t armis. TOUT lork i it 4 r r"w" un iiuuaii wpro
iug the condition of tbe ccuntrv. and the temnorarv ehillincs extricated me from th .1. V. v l . C.ra0'U.ur?i.,!he,. eacn 000 wita
,' .... . . own i .1- -ine garueu arounu it, wtijie the honeysuckle
prtssure ol the money market, eavs that "it is at I was in a tew minutfs Bfnndirnr ivi, and ro?e vines r-limhrl nn ... .... . u
- - - i ei"4tvTfciyi, -c niu iiuiii puivu.
such times as the present, that men of soberness bone in my body urbrokeD, at the bar of the a feope of these Sficultural counties, are cvi-
anrl lAriiLi rh if Ihi. i .... .. , . .1 r -f.al i r-. a . .
v. .v.vnUM .u.jr ,c 7Wsci-Beu oi even a nine &t. Tsictiolap, inquiring fr a room.
Mnli.l anif.1 m.a I... . V. . c 1...; . t . . 1 . . .
the issue of the Western Virginia and Kentucky
Co.il Company, and a certificate for eiehtv-fiva
ehares in the stock of that company, Hester was
arrested and on Saturday examined before Alder
munEueu. lion. John M. Butts nf
, . ..n..,
mg put upon the stand, testified to having never
authorized Uester to purchase lands for him, and about thirty to forty thousand. There
inueed bad never before seen him. The bonds r.f uiiv bave bee
s .y - waa wav V a 0 A U V
the Coal Company were worth nothing, although les.-. It turned out. however, that everv in
large quantities, be underttood. had been circulat- farn.l m.n f ;n.. . u-.i .
........... 1 hjui, noj vitiiei a uaca.ui2iu, a
Oil ill I1, ai nil a a iwl V,..l. A. .1 . I. . .. '
. a. u me io- otbman, an omnibusuian, a porter, a ba"ir.ure
Pit!!. .11 nt Ik. Ln,(. W.. ' rO 6
kU , ,irgluja Bna expressman, or a hotel-runner. As a matter
Kentucky Coal Company he bad not been able to . . . , . . ...
c , .. ,, , , o' couree, tne svveei ueiusion, which possessed - -o iiuh-iu uu
find them, although ibe cotrpmy, after Uester'a ,,.', v., M ,r, P'-ymg many games. The girls had the most love
fraudulent issue of the bonds, h.d really appoints mea,molaent fore, waa soon dispelled, but ly complexions ...d rosy health. The men were
J r in I' llnvifli.uo ari.l . . r C. n ... ' . I til! filriinir mrA I . 1 . -. IT1 i . . i
I J m..1uvw uuu Vkuiuaiuu lie OliULB ltL HIIH
...1 ....1 .11 1. . 1 1. ...
i.cu nuu aiLnuugu tuo welcome aua the bos- I , . um un-u uu
..... , , . . . tuo hub I women were seated beneath the elm- wateLinfth
nitiilities nf th r iv t,a,1 ..n;,i,..i r I ....u . .. ej,n,' waicningme
. , iiiuiouvu I1UIU 111 V I FUUI LI UI loeir Crllllll rp na rlii .i..n T 1
. , - I - ....v, hi. il WilB I Cllll LU
VlfilOn. I Still Continued in immonl r,,.- In iT DICtUre Of rural Iif h.r. i .... V. v. .
being carried away
him a trustee. Uester was held in three thousand
dollars to answer to the charge.
A Chance for Iciube Pko??kitt. The Bos
ton AJvertitstr, in the course ol an article ditcuss
solid capital, may lay the foundations of future
pro.'petuy. it canoot be doubted that many eeeuri
liea of intrinsic excellence are now selling in the
market at far below their actual value. The keen
sighted man of business keeps aloof from the ex
citements and trickery of tbe stock exchange, but
watches his opportunity when the arts of the in
tereeted have unduly deprefsed some etock, whoso
real value ha knows, and at that moment be m.kes
u luve.tmeni wnicn he never regrets, it wm
when all American securities were cart dawn In th.
Loudon market, from the ut just coctusion of good
with bad, arising from the repudiation of some of
i..o c-taies, mat ueorge Peabody made the begiu
oiog of that colooeal lortuue which he has proved
iua ne knows so well how to us. Ue made no
secret, Indeed, of the true state of .fr.ir. ... i
publicly a well a. privately, .xerted himself for
t ie maintenance of American ircdiu It was a
oft of poetical justice that rendered the invest
ments by which be proved to tho world Li. co:fi
dauce lu bis assertions, tha means of his owu ex
ceeding great reward, in a ohd pecuniary return.
A nniil ir rewarJ await all thosd who avail them
selves of lb thanctf of the time to make pur
chase ol valuable atocks, not for the purpose of
I mporsry speculation, adding fuel to the Hi me of
exciument, but for purposes of permanent invcef
merit, aithdraaiug from tha fire ome of the com.
buauble material, and leaving lu it the .olid money,
which by it mere presence eacs tho tightness of
the mirket, and which cannot be mads to lose it
value by chicauery."
Iu mitigation of ihe judgment your readers
wnl doubtless pronounce upon my canity, in
b"luB ""j io tue i.;usion trial 1 was rea Iv a
ceiel rity of some sort, and that the people of
2ew lork had risen en tmane to receive me, I
i - - -n. oi luuuiirr, art? i v i-
dently a more happy rawe than those who Inhabit
THA . ai a. ka ...
vuv V I llvo Jl Lli C U1H1I It i jfl U PI n r liapMnta An
et ol 1 farmer took os through his farm, and
through the house, and intn th. L;,..v. . i,
,J - i .-..w aiiiLiiru iv buvv
ua the mode ol life of an Enpliah peasant
We were much inttreMt.;l . . .u.
" , . (all, U fcUV II. I-
vate apartmenw of the Duchef of Rathland. She
nas Den dead twenty-seven yearn; still her memo-
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'IHESB MACHINES outaumbrr, la practical u&e. all
X Others COmhina.l an I V. . ..... 1
prod tadlv used for the past stven years, on every con
ceivable description ol woik. The average proBt ol uudi
ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS A YEAR.
ThT alnr.. ..; .s
j u.uv.u& was ?-a pci era . t:BcD visiM oi mw
chanum, via: rl'EED, BlntNGTH, an 1 UUKABItlTY,
auu wm ser me nnesi as well as the coarsest fabrics,
jrhrtitt funl. c. I Ii.. m .
- v,v. IUi i.uiiijf use, urfsi-inaaiDtr, lauoring.
Boots and Mints, Uarnes work, B;fs, Ac, tnev are la
v a i n . h 1 m v. ...i.. A. . i. - . . . . . . . I. . : .
w -viv. Vi uib aviw:u ueiiiig xutAzr. 11 tan
Deuher rip nor ravel.
The Machines will be cr.urLiiiilw .wT.;t.tt.f . .11
at oar 1 '
OFFICE, 40 1PI BMC SQrAICi:,
(Over Hicks China Hall,)
NA S1I I IL LE, TENNES SEE;
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cerning Sewing Machinat.
WM. A. FINGER, Agent,
lvT- Centra! office, 453 Broad.ay.N. Y.
.i . t i . , - ry is lonuiy chetwhed bv the Duke aoJ her chil.
may -ay that I kcew as well anyLotly could dren. The room, remain lt ih-t -JJI Vh..
kr:ow, tliat I wat no celebrity and that I did tl''alb claimed her. One old servant has charge of
A Ccbioca Cast. Iq iba Surrogste' Court, of
Nvw York, (ia tha matter ol th. MtLckey estate,)
a curioua qaeHion of lact l a. arifeo, cpoa one
branch whereof the Surrogate ha. alreaJv rendered
a decisbo. Tha Uatator, who died ' ia Tari, ,ft
a legacy of l, 000 to hi niece, livic In Dubuque,
I wa. Il luru. oat that both uucl stid uieee, t.
Utor aud legatee, dieJ on tha same day; if .be died
tirst, th. legacy eese,; if h- died C.-at, it go, to
fier ueira. It look.tjow aa th question of rrioritv
of death tuusl to decided by longitude.
A Uoaaa Tcsirtaa Wrx.Ou. of oar frierd
in UtJUy haa twg) Lor.ra whirfa go Ui tha pump la
ti UM?-jard alu.o.1 daily, aod utnp watar lor ihrir
own u... Ou. cf these aaiuial coatmeoced ti.1
a,uu!ar f at last .ummer, an t ioc then has learn
ed hi. fellow to go through tb. rjj operaUoo. It
w reaUy amusing w e. 0( hor... py t LU
uiogth u Ih. Head, of th. puoip, wt.i! it. otter
hi ai;ieJ lraaifli. water. Ik, Land! cf tha
ptap U woof,.rd th. .oi t,d by t:. fcort
hst Leeu great y gnaw.d tg, Tha above fart eaa
ta auiheot.teJ by i umerou. n-rpevt-Ll. proo.
who Lav. wntuwird lb. tor. df.wi;is wnt wfc.u
tbair cCtfj.Utri reqa;red luJJet. C. j;
v Kli USBV V lis I (i. V Vi
them. They are a kiod of Mecca to her children,
ari l her husband Dever fails to viait there n the
anniversar v of her death , ,:.
. i"tci ic auu
cnenshed iHemory of the loved and losi! A solemn
feelin? crent nnr mvhi.ar a. T .... .1 I . .1 .. 1-1
epon which she slept her last sleep of life; and looked
upon tbe bible, opened where she bad read her last
l"l"r'- au every portion OI toe Uastla we saw
pictures and bust- of her. She was not only beau
tiful, but gifted as a painter, a sculDtor. and a
Tha mausoleum whra tha nnik.. To
. --- . v.viich io uuncu, us
on a hiil in frout of the cstl.. Wa passed through
a deep forest to reach it. The mansoieuai is of
Oothio form, without windows. At oi a cod is the
autute of th. Duehea,euvebped io ht drapery
with tha hand. rui.-mH tint
, . in UUlf
joy, sod tbe form sprioging as it were, heavenward".
A Kiiia IvtA as .S... - -a.s . .
'Jc iiue, reaiiug amu me clouds, are ber
four sngel children, hohiir.g fortis their hands to
welcome the mother rti. ki.?. . u.:.i. :
j j.-t near her brow. Th Hgbt cornea from above
-11,1 rkati,i.U. l I
"'-"bu rosi(rcoior-a, or some other warm
tinted f-laaa, piving the fi-urw the look cf life. It
. -afV s-ar a,VW.UIMK T 0
ri L- a iiro-in i .mi Tk .1..
sign of this teirple of the dead, was found smong
I n a nan h f it . r. .1 . s-
e"r-' " vuenses, ana tna A7uk4 at occ
had it built rr-i'I..' .(u. ik. .i ,,,,i .1
J . ' V .MV VII.IU.I Vliail!.
In front of thA hnii. i. . .... . r : .. . .
1 wv,....,.. ia a nf v u.icut J '
Aucuat in,! ths h f . k . . " " r UPP0';J have been planted Jong era tne
itcfed lforJthh: ct' 1S, "Ti'al f 'm Z J . tr. ara of
Pharl... W Turtle 1 Vrujru-" 6y IUV """" 'na Iutei gray with age.
"rii:..U; TU l ' mer1 98,-U0- '- .omthemk-uawe ptd on tothaDake's
V:..r". .'LI "'"'"-cPulJby Mr. W-Ik'-- or loftv corriior cut
its les-t I itrouth tha trees oi ths fr,..l a w lit rutin thria ...
foor tuiles. Kul a snnha.m r.ri n.R.tr.i. t
deep shade. Tha Kiort delicious coiucs pervades
nut deserve any demoribtration of the
but really I d d know that the follv
great roetropolitan tieoi.le had teen eo creat
111 tins retrect, th&t 1 whs frer-ared for anv
helief or exhihitum however fanciful. & tr
their making fools of themselves ou this aa
well 89 any other occasioD. It ia the main
basinesi? cf a portiou of the Press of this city
to bo coDtiuaaily eaiellmg oat iseDsationa uo
matter upon whose track and it is no letsa the
ine current, 8eIM:npoed duty of a quarter or
a third of the population to rapoud to those
BeusiLiuu", auu 10 oacit d,j ice iNewsparKTS by
runuirg helter-nkeittr after a morhid aud tni0-
Tlse Kw Cont't.
From U. Boston Dajj, Advertiser 1
M Dali The Comet which was first seen s
me suiLnutje utservatory oo the ni ht of the 3
n I r . . 1 . . '
- auubs ua win conrtantiy increasius; in
brightties. ever since iu discovery and U now
A . " Vu " wiisveiiauon Uoot. ., in
Ktijht Ascewtion IS h. 41 m. North Deliueation S3
ueg. . j nun. xt Das cow been under observation
on tiioe evening, naru-Iy, tbe 23th and
Tut tie. il aDDeart that th I ..iin.l aa...
.. " - - . 11. lesui
ui-i.iiic from Ua earth oo the first of S. titnor
aud Wa. thrU dirtatu'M Irmn rta aKr.. dr.- - '
.il i l it .11 ir- JT 7 17 WHiliOUS ueep su.ae. t j. snot d icious cooluess pervades
ot Bide,, it Jl reach tu penheaott 00 tae Stftb t.f thea. preen arcades, .aJ it re.lly aa effort to
this uioulb, and aiil then b about ft swii'li..,. ,.t I I....- ' n rc 1 1 'a 1 10
oiie. frota the sun. It tuotion is retro?.d a I Rl.i.i. t. ... . . . .
th. ioclia.tbu of tbe i3l.M f It. chit V il ... TT!". ?l prm.cut.Ci
ton. of lVrii.eii.,n iii rf,. 77 r"'"'7 vv. 01 i.0gunj, ana t 8h.:i never
- - - -- w uiiu. .11 1 1, mi a a- inr;'. ni i.r.i . , . i i i .,
r-n,!in S'rvU rfaT 1 T I i . I J ' ' ""Jura lijere; or to aiOUOtMH, tae
. . . . a', eviJrnily ioTtha I cordiautv. and eenial frtst i nr sTal thai Rm lan tftm.
f. T";.:?Wx' 'Uch ?'ia:" Ji'' J "KtivJ I coaid not accept th. ia-
ut th.year 1564. and w Los return i.-.k t .A
- - - . wcmitvtiti
lor eobi. time between tha kji ... 1 ; . .
. A" ICDU
but lis elements sonfshu re-.o.ti thosi of .
comet di.covered fey fou. in November 1615. th.
H..Uv , a. .ureuc rtswa m the lvrlfiitud. of 1U9
Harvard Co.legs Ob-ervatory, 8. pu aa 157
A Lit TLB lltaoisrTKa a..r... si
- w 1 u aurrrs tae r
ssvs thai as two 0 Mr. John JL llopkb.' children.
ins by a tndJ r.c. it. latl boy feU iule the w.u V
tu"," 1 ' " erreara, .oa then t.ur la
.iter b us. liath Wcu!J bar- Ii..!, . i f ... 1
a geotiem.o U was atuacud la Ca rct ly tat
-s sr 4 . ?- a 4 l -.il.
fiUtioa to past ta autursa months ia la. csUe,
ben ther. u a gay aod dUai-.uted coffipicyas-
WhtQ Wa retarded tf T-ir..1.,n frnm HIoi i .
found a frw-Ld fiooi our tar-aw.y tutu aw.kinj
us. Oi,! tow oar Learta and thoahu 2w bata
over lli vsat AUai'ic, ta that dear tpot of aarth
wherw dwell the icrtJ oneal AU was forguilen
ia tha d.ij;Lujl tajoikifia awakeued by th. sll
iik charm ij hutu. ir.,1 r
j V vt 1 van v v'UmsI J .
.ILtY f iirrsr.
. . . . .
7 . '
I C J its t jjl, ylttf , at
JFRE S II ARRIVAL
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS AND CAPS.
B. R . C UTTER,
So. 38 & 59, Corner of College and Broadway,
!VAMtVll.LI , XEN.t.,
HAS rere'vedhis stock ot BOOT. HOr8, HATS', and
TRUNK, tor the rail and WltiU:r Traj., oons.stir,
la part ae jVII.., vis :
ForlaUdiei", Jlissrs nud Children.
Ladies flns Kid and Mo. Booties, thin and thick tele, ai h
' . " piain and trim-ntd:
. , Laatlne Gaiters, aids aid front lced, with
" Kid" lnkinand jTrretTtw;
Miss " and Wo. i-l pt?r and Boo ees;
and Child. Laetinf ti u;rrs and '
Ci'ild. Cn. Kid and Mo. thick acd FaiF Pole;
jT.ncjr Boon asalrhptert;
Women's esira siae Kid lou hu. kii-s. Ac;
- - - Mo. - aod '
fervanU'besrv Cal', Kip and Mr, ex'ra sites;
For Gentaantl Boys.
G'Ctj flee Permd and laeed Boots:
' " " Water proof "
" ' Ciera "
" " " I at,, KiJ.aadBArkskjoConr.GaJurs;
Z " - - Otlordlie-;
Brrad Suap fchses.porrp sa l well;
No. 16 and 9, eorcer cf Ccllrge anJ llioviway.
ROYSE & ELVERS ON,
READ Y-MA DE CL O THING
Gentlemea's Furnishing Goods,
A BE r receiving and openinR at their 8tor.. No t'
il futh side fubltc Squire, a vrr- lare and entirely
new stoea of Kail and Winter Clothinir, r urnishinr Uoods
and t gond stock French Clolhs. Cas.iuieru am Vestmes
which we ll make up to order and w.rrsnt to .uii or no
ite. Most of our stock of Keadvmrt.ie Llothinfr we can
salely recommend it s be ng free from tl.eu.ual objections
th. f "1 ? m,,de.tiolhln8- r fitock conia in part ol
I ?,2C! Ci?'h; Cas'slmere.; Morino Cuder.hlrta A Draw.;
I velvet, Pluah eitng and Ail ool LndrrshirU:
Rii.'tf'j . BleaAllro. teuton Klsnnel
Black and rncy Grenidloes; Draws and hMrts:
' fVllVasI btitl .. A a . .
, -inu.rs; vord etitrtsand Uoiar;
h "i -ulh Eeaver; itailau rav.u and Scarfs:
reek eacU. and Talmas; J 0.1s' aLd Youth.'Mnrn;
S. ortalni,?0'' Coht'' Wtn-' """eoted fihoil'der
Sportsajen-scoau; eeam hhirt-;
Kn.a'?.". CK f 1 DIi , a'"- "d Wrei!es Shirts:
Boys' Overeoats, fhiri Collar.;
otaee aud Business Ciais; Wrys
Neca 'lies,Glovcs aad Sus- ghiit toomn;
"J . . , w X "o-e nd Cmhrella.;
.r,r! that with our lonjt experience and Incl ines si
..Jvi'"? uced in buDK-ug an asforiment of
good, .h-cr, elnnot iii , p,,.. M reMrJ, .t,!., m4
pr.ces. Meinvitethe attention ol consumers, and 1U
eogaK to 5'Ve satl faction to all who mv lavor ua with an
esauitiiauun ol oor Stock. RuVeK A kLV LitaON.
ashvlle.SeptlS. No.ai.Buuth side fubiio Bqoare.
f p WO handsome I oil in I'direSeid, on Woodland street.
A. The Lola iicnt 60 leit each, and arc Uu leet deep.
Api ly to
'Pl$. A. V. 8. 1.INDPLET.
LEA & PERRTTIP'
PRONOUNCED BV f "J EXTRACT
Of s ltlrr fVnt
C0XX01SSECR8 f . 1 Medical r-vM.m
At vi t r r i j
TO BE TUB J V
1- fV V A3 nnuiULii!
0M.YO00DSAITCZ,Hs.lw,,.c.. u... iaai.
AB APrLICABLC TO
I ... - 1
"Tell LP A Ac VFR
RINS thakhrlr ji.i'CI
is hinhlv e.t,ni(,1 i i.
lia, and ia. in kr opin
ion, Uie most palai.i,e,
as well as the him
wholesome Sauce that I
The only Medal awanled by the Jury of the New York T.x.
bivu. . oreien fauer., u obtaiurd by LtA l'KK.
laroeor winch havinn led to nun.eroui. iini:aUon..puieh-irrs
iVu wirvr.t'y rflue'ed to see that the nam, of LEA
.Hn. V r "Pre-d upon the Bottle aud Stopper, and
printed upon the laiji ls. '
ol. W holesale Ajceuts for the United States,
JOHN DUNCAN tt EOJTS,
403, llroiiduH, !. V.
shin,..k!l'ra-I." e,ore' AIso' 0', received for dire,
hiim.ent from Kngland. Ma, 6. '67-ly.sec p.
A Valuable luiucss Lot for Sale.
AM now offering for sal. Uist valuable Lot on klark.t
tre-t art.oiuing ihe si re of Muiria A Mathews. Ta.
Lotfionu6i leet on Market and runs Lack KI feet to
wards Front f trett.
It would make bns cf the best stands for a wholesale
tiroeery Siore in the city, for terms apj.Iy to
JI'P111'- JV 1 1NDSLKT.
A Ntat Twelling House for Sle.
StTUATfcD in Edgefield, oa the UallaUu Tarnplke. Far
fur her particulars a, piy so
"I"11- A. V.. UNDSLIT.
,IK Hundred bathels uarsey by
i ). n. r. DiCKtr.
T W1.H to hire a WjVT M iSe", lor sblc1) I will pay a
ilb ral tirico.
W. L. BOTD.
f T Wlk- Hter Ado CLlitoa, hav tv left ray bsj and
4-,A ard, ittiout cause or provce-Uon. 1 bertbf Cau-
tkn s II l.rrann. ...... !.... '
' . - p. .i.j i.u ui iiun i; rer is any
way uf"D my account, as 1 r,ii r.t be re-pou ml for any
- iiMniiunH)6iiMq ry ter on luv acccuot .r iu
aepi!s-ln.. I?AA0 T. CU1LT0N.
FOII i:.-T Olt LEAM3.
COR a term of years, one tf the most desirable farms
. ,!n e """""tr of DaviiiM.n, 8 miles fron Na-rviile, on
he North side Of Cumberland river, containing; 4i 8 acres:
V.ii'open and in cultivation, with a Inrg, 1Dd corrfortabl.
dellins;, liltcl.rns, smc,ke-l,ues, sod all neeesaaiy out
nouse.. The fsrm 1. well watered, and has a flneorcha'd
nnnn It 1 .11 .i.. , . . . . ...
" " mrriii. io ruinvate it ir neairrS.
JTor further Inforu at;on apply at No. 4: Oherrv street.
PEABODY'S SEEDUNG HA'JTB3!S STRAW
riHK scb-erlber havlre appoinlrd B. S. WFLt.VR, Fa.,
A Au.rt for the sale cf ti.is superb firawberrv, spi li
eants esn be supp'i--d at U e follo io rates: For Vac sc.
nr.f0,'n U '- P1' of ll0 $IU 0 : pscksge of
10( 0 1 8 I 00. 1 will psck them in earth and moss so that
they will b. certa n io live if properly planted, and give
plain directions for their culture. Orders taa- be ad-
k i hi -r ' N ,". and U. S. HtU.KK, f.
By ea ling at th. Feel store of B. B Wellar, Pr , the pub
ho rray see au rasot w py of tl v ne and fruit; al,
tracts from Journals Nor. h and Pumh -ht Inp tl e supe
rior qualities cf th a t,rr over all o:hem in ril: valion.
On the recrption of S 1 wilt earclullv psrk ore do;.en la
O.I eil anJmaiiit to auy direction lu tbe I nion. pie
paym the pusiaire.
"' L- ,ct WT airent for the sal. of
mv POI.110 rOKN. lue nonce of the prtdu. t, wnttht,
and yield per acre wii; be e ven wbtn the pre.rni crop is
gathrred. CHAo. A. Ps AliODV.
Columbus, Ga., Fept. lmrowa l.
ON the Slst inst., at my re-.ideuee on Poulh Colles;.
street, in tl e eit J ol Nmoville, No. 12, 1 w.ll offer
for rail at public auotirn, to the I.ixle-t bu: e-, on a
cieott of taa.ve noulls, all ihe per...iial pioj erty be
lonvinp to li e eli. of H-cf. Kawrd Uie.-ler, ivc'd, con
sirtin. ol a ttt cr part of a set of ene -.nrering ai -d sur
veying lus-rjrr enla, rrveral musical ilintiuniei.t , (among
tliem a very Bo. Hole and esr,) a laipelnt of Bhrt
Musio aad ft u.u-al Instruct on Kxk. a vnneiy o valuable
literary aid BiiceL. reu. books, (ri.i.h at d t era as.)
one iroid wtch, one at vtr t b, one kwatstea I. ra ttre-a
and jVri.itui, ,vrr) sit-e-a of Luuse! olJ furit-re, a
large lot of ready nusd. cluthinv, tveral ducen pair of
soh-iis. Irons , A.
'Bsvwa o9alb "eto snd good security will b. rcqulrtd
pea all sun s ovet Oi.s dollar.
MAN50N M. BHIfJf.
Adm'r, ie., ef rdwsrd Uienler. ceo d.
N. B. I find a ?ood m.n on frit ed accounts fi r Musi,
leaaons. Sc., and oihei iLurbteilnrsa; those lud.-. mi will
please call at n V orl ee. No. 4T ( harrv street I o er's
uil liiiK.) and aeitle iha sam. ad toe. hav n- c
Hi prrarnt then iroperiv autbrnli-
r A(atl K ttf.tTl tha tl.sisw .riiril a.rl kt I a
Hoys, Youth aud Children
Fl-l Calf Boou, broges rod Osfjrd Ties;
Mens Bovt and Vou:tia' IVim. k. ... .. . . n I ti. .. .
he beat ouli r and eit-a a tau mail. . . , I -
- ' - I' ' . - wiu.f,
lorservlec.b, ii. R. v L 1 1 k a.
Rati and Caps for Hen, Eoyi and Cliil-
IEECIYZrD direct fVoia t iuan..f,ctoriee. all th, ui.
e.t ai L-a .1 V.l! J .1.1. I. . V . i.. .
- - - - . . . . u , ,o, ir.iiH.n( ta pars
ef th. b;t Cas iiuer. rcfl tut lUu,of all rjaalnirs. Aio,
a full aaaortmcut f eaea's aad beta Vl unj ,t.i. c, l k.
sold oo lis tuuai, ruMs.1 u urat for esuA. s r.ncia.I
dcaters. n, tit fast,
u.v4 No Si txni 59, ooiom of liroad.ajr aau C.ieis .
3nnn ""M baud, tf U .iaw, t U It
. v y v y v I . i ... .i u. a. i... i . u . i.
Ui wr, tl of ! j.:ri 1 iudi t&e tustues tJ sit il.tiisrs
al.d a ach.u-ai to tfc ttii- srs Jts, wbKJS U t ao.u sa
tha ka. t um.furs.i.ai No. ka ,,. t i r., M. .r i. . . i
wy anrf c'4.ge srt.
ari't-v- ri. K. Cl'TTra.
mcclure's mm saloon,
OF Use -" .Vle,,i f .anik., ,.,;,, , a.,.
A. ti. Cj- s-4 trvtbkmt A ui. of fc-J
tori. u ..-t-i lbs !-.. o pr: ar. inn.i.
!. I a larttst aa.ni..j . .i . .i .
Bovsr. twoSS, A.r! -. -.d-.ea. .iraci.S a. P-i.-e--
pb., 1f-s.i, r, I l,r j s e4 wa wul o.d at a
-j l.-iK if Jj diai a trii a at ttm
laati-iiaia-, ca as. . aj iiicai .J N a, t .,,
J tVlS ... !ij 'L!'i
bT ev.ry s to a&4 taa. sf 4rK.rvcs,
i'atu'd -- Cartiat. &N..a a Co- Nw kuta . w- -s I
at is-ur ra A . a j-a uui.m ..
- ca '.ir JU. a. J.AM
tws la aJi. taa by
-VEir ARRIVAL OF
31 a r ke t Slret.
!vasii vii.i.i:, xi:jn;i:r,
HAVK Jt rrr-lved a laree and atensjv. Fuek of
KALU A M WIN rtK Uouli.". Viveaa fill s loiders
fjr C1;!ud oa tbe sbortcst BtMice, at rrci Ut will suit
Oar i lock tf CEADT MADK CLffTUISa, U cow earn.
B e', boih ft r tiao'leojt n's and rot's wear, and weeoeS.
d.-nur Ketev. that we can i iv. gtacral saiiafaetioa t a.l
wa .it gv. as a cal'..
refits 9m. M. fCHSACUta, AgX
IOL IJA WALTO', or leuia W inauw. Lke'v, ctoot,
J U M tt o alto woaaa rai.aaay or w aa stolen Irasa
tapiaia Wlioai(:3 U.i Viciti'.j ) on to-day tv.abi ',r ..
TWO Kt'JirSJLD SQL LA US EEWAF.D
Will be paid k ber appeehrasica at 4 deUvrry, if rr taj
out ed Luts ti:e; Cu tiaudrvd il taken la this c. r or
Lea.aa, who befogs to Cal. Jsha T. Wattoa, of atoa
-tso.a. wt fawiiy xa st-Ug the fni,r r.rr, l 2
l.c.j. -.fchi os.laaio wooiaa. beta,cB Su a4 l.s ef
a. wr.h a fcay -U f bur, ui sua gist, b.a Kt tar
Jaw tcata, aadbae -u-dev pr-t'-dra si , t . .
4 A .I tos c ua,lCv UJ-1 IO timw Uist a s" la t a cty
ot Na-hTtue. ...... . J.T.WALTu.V.
NAt ., iVcl. 17, tt iiyAg.at.
.Nvrn. rxiut) i." ot 1 1. a .
1 St. AND MBA. C. F. THl KitON are I repr4 to !v.
. A iiir a. t-ou. wa ifce lutu and ta lji klea. la
wt j at as r jt cj t pt jj , u, ,"-
q.ua e k.r. T., M far.. Aia's. o fcUi t. sifi-e.
oar 1 road.
r.l I las.
JilAT va!e tHreU g t. to.r.er ef CaJUr a4
A t.ssar antii. tb tut ft-a-.s ti f-.i. T- A -,--tat
to ' aod cat-aMki uwa, aaA llers . a f us :to wa
titot, ti s Daat u . wat 5ul,- Jfe.i,iiS i-k It.
sept S a. A. V. I 'V tY.
C,.M.i!l.U.1ll.tlr-jMt re.ra a S
y ar-.ci. U Ctt-itre-J ri, u.est !--. -i ' !,
atlfvt'wa. J. U S-J.IL.
teptltr dli t.
S a. In arii-if'un In Ll.a rii'rtiee.na aHiel.a 1 irfofi,r.
advertised 10 be ol 1 ea the tin of ! pt , is 7, a '. bous.
oa Kouth IiIni alrret. No l'i. I III alio tell at li.c .ame
luce ami t ! r. or e fine I IAS guttrr.', as ihe property
of tbe sa.d kdward Uira'er, d.'C'J.
Sal. to cuuucuc. at I t t'ciock, A. M
M M. bKlEV. Ad -'. cf
sep i IT. t Jwsrd Uie ier, dec d.
lH IV 1" 111.
VP VH.MXG, Sis K -.!!.. on Vine, betwswa Cain and
Crdar aliri u, I r lit l. lioa ol tl.e year. I o be
rented fjr ecrl yraisof the oan.r. Ibis la in U.eided
ly tha su-t beaJU y and laaut localit.. ia tbe ct y,
Arpyio arpUi-Sodj I.. B. AT. ii HTE.
UlCA.Na MMIIt f AM MllJr XI If S,
I 8f receive 1 and In flare :
ini'.t-oo ius. atrti a an;
& ,tiai ibs. ih.rt. tn lix b. Vkgf;
.5.1KK) ibi. Mnp t.C;
For sal kw V. aoicsau. ai.d ke i All by R C BANDT,
-pt ltf s. mi Culler sireet.
Vet At 11 -. 1.1 TO.
Jtaterh Branch. CA'r.asd "iarcit.a Martis. Ii'a.vi. Moaca
W. V gl i or..
N parsttsnr. ef tt s decree p'onoenred ia tb. abov.
(iuhi, si the Mav Teraa la.t, of thl con, 1 si i scji ca
ill ef ,
irk. ...... ,..m ... fc .v.. .ii i.iii.ii tlir.a aef ea.
Notes wiih vd crur ly i.. in- ol lb. !ae!.aser,anA
lla rsiaited. C. U. aalAN.r. M.,
swgtl id. ft-s-wcery Cv.rl at Na;hiii.
lroTIIi: III l'l-.N Ml".M " RisIN
pilAT valaatie ba-l.tis l c-tt- rope r:, Mclauf Mln'.
JL corner, treBtiug SV. lerl ea !.rt street UJ 1-V .a
C b 4 rot, t. prvp ei to b Uad fc-r a terai of yearSj to
a party f pariap wttsi wtil io.po the abit, fey --. cf
...rros a good btuiaass ttius or b-a i e.
Pcraosvt da ring U ks ar lae.lcd t. written prw
puAAis wiiA ia.i.ri(csd, b J. gi.Nrih.r l&iwiM-.v-oa.pp.i-a.
a. Ucca, d bsiw! c
.agid. Cts.cry Court Nhvii:..
us rj ui'i'iTiox.
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