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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1355.
The New York 77W publishes long appeal
from Kossuth, Martini, and Led Hollin, to tbe
Republican! of the United State-. Thy ray that
"the newent incident of the Anplo-American curn
pHeation in a striking indication of the fart, that the
despotic principle bearing away in Continental Eu
rope, is iiot only hostile to Itepuhli4n America,
but is at th"saro lime i?o predominant in influence
over tbe European Governments, as to make even
congtitutionul England subscrvierit to its deaigoa."
To this despotic principle bL'ring the away in
"Continental Europe," they attribute the recent
manifestation of hostility to the United States by
certain pe.rties iu England, and if we wi-.h to break
down this despotic principle in a way that will not
in the "remotest manner, infringe the laws in the
United States," h is by (.applying Kossuth L Co.
with means; the "h use of K. M. Mare Jet, Budge
row, city of L jiidor," having frien l!y consented to
receive remittances tent to their j int account.
We iitaaine the houe in Budge-row will not need
t- increase their clerical f(rce to keep this accwint,
and that if Messrs. Kossuth, Uar.zini and Kollin are
to continue their noisy idleness in safe retirement
in London, it will not be on funis drawn froji
Got. WrLht, of Indiana, says that our grass
crop is not properly appreciated. So crop, he
6 ay s, approaches so near a eponlaneous yield, and
none yields so large a proGt. The hay crop ot tbe
United Slates in 1850, he estimates at 13,000.000
t tons whi-h is worth $150,000,000; while the
whole cotton crop is valued at only f 128,000,000.
Of this crop, more than hnlf ia produced by the
four States Nw York, (which yields one-fourth of
the whole,) Ohio, Indiana and Illinois. The grass
crop which is usud fur pasturage ia at last as valu
able; so tlmt single herb is worth annually over
f 300,0-i0.fi ). Few people will believe that the
t,ras crop of New York State is worth more than
iu wheat, and yet statistics show that such is the
A London letter says that in connection with the
intended operations of the allies for the enduing
year.much attention has been attracted to the proba
ble efficiency of a vast fleet of floating batteries, of
a conrti ucli j:i similar to those which were first tried
ia the attack on Kinbtirn, and from which the shot
of the enemy were found to roll off like marbles.
According to statements lately published in Paris,
the idea of them originated with Louis Napoleon.
They are expensive, each of them costing ft0,oo0,
but it is rr: tended that England and France fchould
each build fifty, and tiiat it would be real economy
for both iia'ions thus to spend "mih,(i0() loensuie
deci-ive Mow. A lire number arc believed to
be at present in course of construction, and there
can be liti! doubt that enough to form a good fleet
will fie ready by the spring.
One of the most remarkable natural explosions
cT electricity we ever known took place a few weeks
(ince at the residence of Davi J Thomas, of Union
Springs, Cayuga county, N. Y. It is thus related:
"There appears to have been a negative cloud
pa-wing ov r bead ut the time. The electric fluid
broke up from the ground, near the wall, tore up
tiie turf, and splashed the window and side of the
Louf e, up to the eaves, with a discharge of mud and
e.irth; this was at the kitchen wing. About thirty
feet cistant, and ut one of the front corr. rs, a dis
clmrpe appear to have come up through the celler
wall, and to have escaped just above the underpin
ning through the outer boerd, making a hole about
an inch an J a haif in diameter, tearing off a few
ppli titer.-, and throw iug them about thirty feet distant.
The isoi e w..s a single, very lou i explosion. A
thunder storm, one of the laUft in autumn, was pas
ding at the ti ne. There are good lightning rods
on the house, but we could not discover that they
had any connection with this discharge, from any
external ni.uk-', but there can be hardly a question
that most id the. explosion passed through them up
wards to the clouds, and no doubt had their points
been observe J at the moment a vivid brush of light
wi;iht have been eeu upon them, precisely similar
to that or.i.isi.itied by a discharge through a point
from an electric machine."
Mr. Pliny Viles, in his recently published work oa
'Posttl lie-form," takes strong ground against the
tlie system of con'umry prrjmiimfvt. He con
tends that it is illogical unprofitable, in a Gnmi
cial point (f view, as it is inconvenient and
unjust to the citizen Government, he affir:ns,
Hctua'.ly loies by it nearly o.:e million per annum.
In 13.V2, the only year for which we have a report
on the mil j ct of paid and unpaid letters, there
were over lo,0iiu,(-00 of letters prepai 1, and a lit
tle over 82,t'on,oo that were sent urpaid. Thediff-t-ience?
b twit-u the average postage was aliout
two cents ami three mills per letter; and the extra
charge brought no less than fSIi'i").
The National Intelligencer ays of tho new
Represet.tativiS, that "ah. thir viewed individual
ly, or in the aggregate assembly, the members til
this House impress the lookers on with the convic
tion tiiut it is composed, in great part, if not alto
gether, cf men who wisely valu the esteem that
appearances inspire in the general luiinl, bei ic be
comingly nt'ired, neat in appearance, auJ respect
ful in beaiing and demeanor."
The New York Commensal is iu favor of having
Congress declare the twenty second dav of Februa
ry, (Was.hii.gtou A birthday,) to be a National Huh
day, ns a national memorial that would be as per
petual as the country to which his patriotism gave
birth and continuity. The uggettiou of the lVv
mrrc'utl is very proper and patriotic, but the powep
of Congress to act in such uiler, further than to
make the reeomtneudatiou that the day should be
ao honored, is very doubtful.
San Francisco is burdcuml with debt ahe can
not pay, a t 1 her treasure is empty. New Orleans'
has dispose i of tha use of her public wharves for
the term of three years, so as to raise money suffici
ent to pay the salaries of her school teaclier.
Pliilad -Iphi i has not a dollar in her treasure. Chi'
cago is iu a firry financial condition, the treasury
is entirely ifpty, and tliose in the employ cf tha
city go beg.ju g tor the wages cue them.
A tmi K muiur thus relcrs to the appearance
of HicUcri i:i P.nis,where be has gone totpcud the
winter:" ' lioa' is as great a dandy now as Hulwer.
He is great on fiills and p.t hou!:, wears a mous
tache, and has entirely changed thctyleof artang
ing his Lair. So tiansuiogrificd is tie, that Lis
mother would certainly not recognixe Liiu - poor
woman! Svliuffer is painting him iu bis new Stile,
and Lis portrait will now preseut a curious contiast
to the popular ones which w ere ukea about ten
years ago from a painting by Macliae. The moi
lac he, the elaborately tiwieJ ahirt, the diamond
rtu Is.and the ail rounder bavo tuaJe another tnau of
Uon J M. ilasou Las been ret lecieJ U.S. S t,a
tor from Yiiii:i for six yeare from the 4th of
11 arch next.
How to MKk Vol sVir llAPrv After break
fast, ju-lsv to tier, "My sweet pi t. I wish you to
take a walk with me this niotnh g. They wife of
jour bo-om of couiwd, put on her botiorl aud f.'Ort
with you. fake her into a first cIam d y goude Ihki
and present her wi:h a niagnidi-riit luoirw autiie
dre-a, a a- to I ave the skirts long, full aud floutio. d
At the neit store, buy her a black vrlvt t cloak,
ortiam-nted miihfiue triitimiiic and frlnpea. Add
thereto a love of a bonnet worth about S", a Bertha
roliar of IJiueacls lace; a Uachrl eleeve puffy aud
tjrtied up with hsmlss'Uie atud button. A1m five
Iter. by way of kirj a moit.iti, 'Vaaawasrk," a
wohipluoua basque, a pair of f.'itrr with l.ih brela,
haif-doxeti irlova-a, jut the ti.'ure. and a baiidaouie,
Well filled piM U moiiin-le a"d if lhat dosra not make
your wife l'ppy for three tuui.ua at Wwal, jjcl a
dlrorce as ou m rosaiUlc;
The WaMhlnrton C'niu, New Editor.
A late number of the Washington Union
contains the announcement that Johs W. Fob-
xkt has become joint editor and proprietor of
that paper. " Forney is the man-of-all-work of
the Adtnioistration. He ia the scullion of the
Kitchen Cabinet. His past course warrants
the prediction that in his present capacity he
will prove the most unscrupulous editor In his
party ranks. This is paying a great der.1, bnt
we fessl confident that Forney will excel them
all in the freshness and originality of his inven
tions and in Bchetnes of political villainy. His
dactile and pliant conscience will restrain him ;
from nothing which his corrupt and unprinci
, pled mind has the ingenuity to pU, or his cow-
, srdly mu) will allow lii.n to attempt. He .s r...
uucu.ia.amypei.sou.iiew. ntm -u .....
ing in the Pennsylvania school of Democratic
politicians at.d early ac piired celebrity as an
of his 8ga and opportunities in the ease with
which iiu iin jioc'i mo ruiiiinents wi uie iieitr
sion in which he has since become so renowned
ii' . . -.. . ;
an adept, u.s nrst cuons ,or ...nisei,
cesrfal, and it was from the fruits ot traud and
peculation that he started the first theet vhieh
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received me impress ui ...3 .cu. .uu p.uu.Ba ,
f611 . .
Ile soon aennired prominence as an under-
hsnded trickster in the political circles ot liar-,
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risbtirg, in which position he paved money;
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Willie IIW lOSl OZ toai UCICI ilJ nil U'mumhuio
man. lie e-tablUhed in the city of l'hiladtl- i
. I ' t 7) . . . . . " . . .. . . . 1 n . i ,i-a.,,1
p,u .lie .,y.. , -
ufiiversn iy coti'emnea a:iu ue nseu usne
medium for blander upon public and private
Until 1831, he was but little known beyond
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.... uu,, ui, ..au
Tn b lAttr nnrt. nf tbflt VPJtr he obtained
national notoriety by being discovered in an 'j
I (,,nf ,,Ke;i ,.n .tr- in Iiia tn..t
attempt tO on DO an actor, 111 IMS CtlpS, lO kt
fatlanmotl.in urliieh .niirht b nm.l to ilfttnnirfl
-J o -- o o -
T.A rnrMttnt i.-v ft A 1 tx A IT a n l l3t:!ut t Tl a fQ1Ck i.f
lllO IV MliailtMi n ian, niiu nioi vt .- vt
nn wlirwo monpr. r-nid into his irreedv nit m.
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nfa ti l.ij ii,iiiuiiiiirifiii if cni'li a ritiir0 oi-ir
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feels the need of sucli a thing. o well re-
I , ., !!-. 1- 1 1 Jir. V . wiioiiier inn iciiit'Vui was uanu uihiu
1 member the torrent of indignation which; , , . -
., , , r . , liat'L".s all-.'ttm;; his lionor and integrity,
the whola tress of the cotintry poured npoti ,
1,. , , , .1-, 11. 1 w; This is a point in the case, which tho Lnion
1 his head when this disgraceful act was brought 1 , . , , , ,, ., ,
L v 1 v , . ... . . . , , ! and Aihenain would gladly avoid, as there is
'to light. None but a villain by nature, hard-1
i 11 . . .. . 'serious laii''er ot being impaled upon it. Hut
ened by the continuous txertise of his faculties, 1 .... , .,, . .
, .. , . , ,. . . it is one which the people will scrutinize with
land utterly callous to public opinion, could 1 , -,, ,.
j, .iv iv . 11 1 'a jealous eye. 1 hey are deeply inteie.-ttd in
have, with brazen euionterv, walked among , J 1 J
, . , ,. - 1 . .- " v . knowing whether it is correct policy in a gov-
I his fellow-men after detection iu o dusreputa- j b , ,
!., . , , ... , - , e 11 eminent like ours, to condemn and crutdi a
blean act, and the denunciation which follow-, '
! , .. , ,,, ,- , 1 , ,, subordinate otticer without a hearing, lest his
edit. lie Miould have hid his head, and sought
l 1 1 -it 1 c superior should be " eubiected to the liability
, ainonir wulves and wild men an asylum from- ' ' 3
! I I., ni.nli.int.l i if i.iAn a n .1 n Amu
HIT? I UlllVlll'l Ul IIIVT1I, Hlll v-viii
ted to his nature and deserts.
Hut notoriety, even if it be disgraceful, is
the" climax of such a creature's ambition.
I "Since that hour, his guardian star has rained
' fortune on his path." That act developed
n'luhrien fur intri'Mirt and dtivilrrv wbieli re.
.,, c it
! commended him to the conncenco of abler
! i i .1 i- ye ii . i.i !
scoundrels than himself. He entered their scr-;
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i vice, and was adiinttid to their councils. Two
years ago the 1'ierce Administration h td 1dm
made Clerk of the House, and iu this portion ,
i he wielded an influence which gave him impor
ice which gave him impor-1
e the ear of the President
la that conclave for two
I tance enough to have
a:id his Cabinet. In
! years his lias been a controlling voice. lie now
' relinquishes his clerkship and assumes a posi-
tiou iu which tho necessities of his party in
tbe next year's canvass will call forth the high
est exercise of his prominent qualities mis
representation, falsehood, chicanery, deception,
and the whole host of vices in which he has
proved his proficiency.
This is the man who, in an editorial capaci-
a i A . . .
ty, is to lead tho lorces of the antt-American
.,..,. . , ,
party in 185G. We pee enough already to as-1
sure us that the tactics of that party in the
Presidential canvass are to be denunciation and
abuse; that argument and reason, and consid
erations of duty and patriotism are to be es-
chewed; that a party triumph is to be achieved j IK,use of Representatives yesterd,y, in favor
at the sacrifice of everything which proves an' oftl(J of ie bi to Uttrulltee tlje
obstacle to it, even though it be what should be i J);lJineut by tW 5tate of t,(e ()f lhe f .
I dearer to an An.crican freeman than the apple j ofMeinpliisissued a,u, ((( be to (e
of his eye, the integrity of the Union itself. I Meln.,Ilis RnJ Liltle K(ck Rairmi Comjiany.
T1,e "I'0'11" Coati,ute Kli.teri.ig goal on j,, h difCUttiou i tLis l)ltftsuret Mr. Tkmi.lk
: which they have set their hearts, and in their j evince a rt.rf.ct f!lin;;iarity with the subject,
.attempt to reach and grasp it, they will not . anJ ,(reticnte( iu dftims tIie f:tVoniWo
scruple to sink their all of political honor or ; Con8i Jeration uf tIie Legislature in an able and
j honebty. ( forciije lnHIiner. He eloquently portraed the
, If such be the orders iu chief if this be advant(!gtfl tie State Woll,j del-ive fri,m ie
the word which has passed along the lines, construction of the Pacific railroad ni-on the
' they have acted wisely in the selection of For- Sutliera route arilI Uie jlnrM,rtance of endors
ney as chuf fugleman and editor. It has been 1 ng ,,,e bon(,9 i Uie cjy f M4.n,p,l!lf H,iic5l
a hfe-ti.iie g.uno with hitn. He is a choise ' wou,j CerU-m,y 8ecure Uie construction of the
; leader for the pack. In the "wild hunt after Mempltw and Little H..ck railroad, a link in
.office" he U a setter and pointer of the most lU grtRt VtuA&e iliK,lWay. AsiJe fro, it8 ;,.
approved breed. lie follows a trail with t,ortHnoe ,n lirt aspect, fhis link would add
the unerring malignity of a blood hound, and greRy to lbe wetllh if Meml,Ilis anJ to t,,e
hating secured the unctuous object of his State of Teune,8ee. There facts Mr. Tesjplb
' cha&e, his is a tongue that licks the sop of of- ,. e , ,
' 4 elucidated with peculiar force and eloquence,
Lee with disgusting greediness. e congrat u- ... 1 . .t i . -i 1 1
, ..,.,,,, , r and lie was listened fo throughout with marked
late the "utile tings' of the pack on the ac- T1. . , ,- -,, ,
... , . , 1 attention. This is, we believe, Mr. Temple a
iquiMtK'ti to their number tl a ve'ter so , , .. ,T ... -
, maiden ppeech In the House, and it was an ef-
: well-trained and k.en-scented. ihev are al- .. . e . . . ., . , , .
! , . , - tort of which the most experienced debater
j ready unpalientlr luunching their c hops, eager . . . . . ,
J , ' , , lib might justly be proud.
1 1. c-itch the cry, and prolong tlie howl from
I one end of the Union to thother. They iu- i The .Tlrmphla llond Kill.
I tend to make the contest of next year one of The debate upon this bill was brought to a
j unparalleled bi!ternws and ferocity. There is close in the House yesterday afternoon. It
j no better evidence of this fact than the assign- was decidedly tLe most able that has ever oc
I ment of Forney to tho important post of cou- curred iu that Hall, having drawn out ti e
ducting the government orgau. That cause Strongest and most talented speakers on both
j must be desperate which requires for its sup- eides. The friends of the measure will learn
j port tho eierlion of such desperate means as with regret that it failed by a large majority,
Forney is only capable of using. This move- the vote being 40 noei to 28 ayes.
J ment in the camp of the enemy is strongly ;
significant of their intentions, and plainly in-i Law llrlorni.
j dicates the kind of warfare which the Atueri-' Tho following article in opposition to the
can j arty must expect to meet. ' Law Reform Iiill.now pending in both branches
( iorney is the archetype of bis tribe a fit
; exHnttit tT the licentious ..'octniies of a party
j who denounce their American fellow-citizens,
, and defend the pretensions uf insolent foreign -
ers ta control the government, and tiphuld as
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ripubiicati, the uoctnnes of a church which
owes allegiance and pays servitude at the feet
of a fpiritual and temporal master who detests
the iustilutionsof this countrv,aud pmys from
his imno.-t heart b.r lU-ir downluil and decay.
The M'tJii'igtoit L'niijn wiil have a.io.htr
name tl tho head of its odumas, it ill have
. . . .
",l,"ru i.u1 crauou uno uour-e,
it will liuvo JepreciaU-J its clmracti-r as a
We trust tho American people will adminis
ter aa iiiil.gr.nit rebuke to ihu party which
ha o little rasp-ct for luof as to rcUiu
auong Iu cliiufa auJ counselors, acre tture
iitfljLlj c ntein;itiu'.o, which holds neit to it
heart this breathing uia-s of political pollution.
TL Indian war in Oregon la rvprornted bavin;
produced deplorablai reult; and Ihd Washington
Star aay that the aavagva procure their and arm
iitioiuiiiiiou fiotn lbe Critteh Uudaou'a Company
hich eiili baa porta there. It UaaiJ, alao that
be ludiant war only on the American colonists, and
cpert tha Biiliab oela, and lhat tnucb KpuUr
e. bus; baa bren ricil -d aaiuat li Ua Issob'a Itay
cujpauy va ihia actio out.
m-b-iuludcd and reliable .mlitic! juurim , Lut , . 7 " "'"""'r. ! Gib Tuoe, 3.V)Two mile hea'i
, - . , J . ' kiiowuit how thu is, bu; hope il ia uot, as it . . , , . J
by its conuectiou wit!, loruty ll enn gam lo- wou1j ceruil,, be a beav, weight lor the d. a.o. Co. L ch g Ton Mcucrru by
:lt g which a pure-iuimleJ Hilieian coulJ j cratk- party to' carrv. aud would be a bad pr.-cedcnt. ' i u-3' "i'm La C .cchatite, 4 y. o. 1 1
itistlv t.ri-e L:ke a l.il.s an:..i-l w'.i,'. ! ShouiJ lh Aesicmbiv gel in Uie habit, as racb party I toL V m- J- K"a!?mb: 1 B"wr' l'-f ,w So
. .. . 1 n-e- htlU n!,ual. " .ai bi e.ail. of aboiishine the court and thus w ! . T i U""U i ?' 8 2
slia.il be natPcleM, Li contact U contaiiii.-iatiiig. .li.,.::.... ....t ii.r.1..i.r..i.,t n.- . A- i.eeomte & to a i-h f. Tialic, by Hying : t
lUI.fil,lswUte.erl,.. tons' ,., i.t .rmln.nr. th. a le-.in nf men,l..rs,f il.-i, t I'"U.hU4au, Ctltof MU-KiddU. 4T.O. 2di. -Tj
The Prokcriptien of 9Ir. . D. larua
worth. . f"The communication of Mr. E. D. Farss'
worth, in the J'alriot, ao far as it complains of
proscription for ppiniou'a sake, cornea" with a very
poor grace from one who is now undir oalh to pro
scribe a certain class of American citizens from
office, if blessed with tbe opportunity. "The poi
soned chalice" lias been "commei.ded to Lis own
lips." Why should he complain that tbe measure
meted by him to others is measured to himaeli ?
Union and American.
Such remarks us the above, it strikes ns,
come with "poor grace" from the organ of a
party wlot-e clamor about fhe proscription of
foreigners has innde the country for months
pa-t a very HetTum.
Tlid A"i.;in n;,il A iftfrifjin ru ed not PXnect
I f A(mnhtraoiU b endeavoring
iia,(!re )f ma,a f Mr. FjirntlW0rth.
h ,n f ny t,)at
Nfr p (?isdirirj ll:e ihnc, of t!ie f)ffic0 frora
. u remove( in pnch a ,num)er flSt0
j , wlJele Mtif f;M..ion. Indeed, so high-
ly were his mt vices estimated by the Board of
Supervisors I hat they parted with him most
:reiuctam,y, ar.d l,H,l ,l0 matter been left to
, ,,-, i9
only offense was that he had embraced the
Anier,can fdi(I) nilJ ,lociillt;d to take part in
getting tip a Democratic Club. Any one ac-
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fi iain'.ed with the policy of tho Democratic
, , . .
partv, knows well enough that he might have
evorn a thousand "horrid oaths to "pro-
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cci'i mi Kurlom n Ucinl innrien n i t I7i-ni n otil
ofllce," and nt notice would have been taken
f u tu iis .U(;c liad ,ie c,ltinued toet.p-
. . , . ,
nort tli iliiiinitrl urn nil tr work tur It e
jiarty. Hut this, he did not do, and the order
went forth "off with his head !" And in such
but bnste was tbe bloody executioner who
,,-1.11 t,a nm nf t lirt 1 run an rv I iptinrttnpnt
"IVI.O VV vy i
ltomaj.e a v-lclim 0f ,im le j;, not even StOI)
to ascertain wlist dfliee lie filled, but removed
, - . - . . -w - w,
. i 9 -- thrt ..fti.. At Iniuirtfi.H of '. ir"
, . . . , . . , cut . r
! tFlml'sna lia hohl tli oflioa if ' I iisrifl-tnr nf
j wliereas lie held the office of "Inspector of
. . '
Hullx'"1 A beautiful pneciinen of Cabinet
i it . . rr t
worn liiar, neignuor OI tne onion ana imert-
. ' .
'can! The act of dismissal was oppressive and
I liaillMVIII , till.. ,,.-,Vk7',-T ...w
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jpubseti'ient refiisal of Mr. Guthrie to inform
1 . . . .1
' 01 just 11 11115 tw i is. 1 tie uckikiv, leiiiiieriL
c : .:.'.... 1 . . . . u -1-1. 1 l 1 .
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of a rlaim like this, is to make the Cabinet
petty despots, clothed with power to trample
upon in livid ial rights, and to render our in
stitutions a cur.se rather than a blessii g.
We ore of the opininn that the removal of
Mr. Fartisw.irth, under the circumstances, was
a gross usurpation of power. The law creat-
ing the ollice does not limit the term ; neither
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does it confer on the Secretary of the Treasury
. J . J
the power fo remove except for neglect of
duty, proved vjon intcbtigailon. No chaige
of neglect of duty has been brought against
!Mr - F - R,nJ ,n t ,!h
, 'a(.e nd proved,-f,.r
sence of such a charge
the law provides that
: the offending officer shall have a hearing, to
remove him for political reasons, was, we re
peat, a gross, and we may add, a tyrannical
usurpation of power. But we need not be
surprised at any eucroach ment on the rights
I of individuals that the administration may
make. In its " wild hunt " after the " sweet
voices" of foreigners, it cannot brook the
spirit that dares to protest against bestowing
A miirSpun iiTi j.ta fn tha 1iri1ika if I (ri tru 11 1
: allllVI IVUU V 11IVV U VII. IIIV II". V S. W VB, m, t I ' m 11 V
j , .. . . ., .
land servile bubiects of E.iropean llonarchs
wbo come here to defile our temple of liberty.
V. 11. Triuple, Eaq.
This gentleman, one of the llepresentativc-s
of this countv. made a brilliant snetrh in the
,f the Legislature, is from the Dresden atyy, a
; democratic paper :
! Tll(t LKOisLAU-nrTiii Rrron- B.LL.-We
, learu tiiat the bill caiied the Reform Bill, now pend-
1 ,nS u-'01- u" Legislature, I quite radical, and of
doubtful constitutional propriety. We understand
.i . . , , - ,
! lhat it not only changes Uie practice of the courts,
but that it Uxili-shea the court themselves This
ui"9 ,,,,f wu"iry by n-jrpri'e as no such sut j.-ct
'.moli l,ue ta..va..s ,a.st
fuillinir. in tins nart of tb Mtatn. 1 h T id je
thau -ellou and attorneya general were cut off by
'he t-lui-gos in the coustitutioii, iu 1S53. That was
' f WA u:,J .J,,0'r; Tbt7 h't ju!" bo'nle!ecJ
by the pec-pie, and now in eighteen months afu-r
c. e thvlion, we are li.forti.ed lii.s reform t ill priv-
: foe to leoialate them out of oflice. Iu thi part I
own piily to ail liie jiiicial oliiccs, I lie iuU'iiLi,
dignity auJ iudeoeudeiice of the juliciaiy will be
We cao perceive no neceaaitv fur such a meas
ure. The judicial omeera have j it been elected
by the voir of a free people; there is no cotnrilaii t
iu tin part of the Scaur of a failure by any ul them
to pei f" m their duiiia. No man d ess re to have
them iii-placrd; oo man ever thought of tuih a
thing; then why i It to be done? and done, too,
witlioul first coeultinjt the wu.be of tbe people,
or even uggelit g trach a thing In the canvas of
laat autnmer, and had such a queaiioo been ai;a
trd here, it would have been fatal to iu advocate.
If it be necessary to change the procs-eding of the
courta, do it; tut why ia it neceawary to abolish one
court jut to e-UbiiaU another, to do the aame bu
eiaijaa. If the court have toe much or too bide
jurisdiction, take it away or increase it as the case
may require. , . ,
Besides all tbis, it violates the contracts of the
State with these officers; so gross and palpable a
violation, as would disgrace a man in private life
in the ordinary transactions and private dealings
between man and man.
The Constitution of Tennessee, Art. 6, Sec. 4,
provides that "the Judges of such inferior courts
as the Legislature mar establish, shall be 30 years
of age, and shall be elected for the term of tight
year?." Sec 5, of the same article provides, "that
the Legislature shall elect Attornies for the State
by joint vote of both houses of General Assembly,
who shall hold their oflices for the term of six
years." Sec. 7, of the same article, provides that
"their compensate n shall not be increased or ili
miuished, during the time for which they are elec
ted." Sec. 6 provides for the removal of Judges
and Attornics for the State. That they shull be
served with writ, uud furnished with the cause of
complaint, , Slc,
Now the Constitution is careful in providing that
the term of the Judges shall be 8 years and attor- I
lies for the Stale 6, and careful that their compen- !
Kution shall hfl nMith.r :,,r..iIil nor riiniiniriliort I
during that time; and it is ul-o cnrelul to provnle
the moda and mani erof their removal. Now is it
not a gross violation of this provi.-inn, to nbn'ish
!.- u.r . r .u I
-1 ' V. V. VJ 1 1 1 b UCIUI t IIIO VIPII.UUII V, LUIIDIIIUIMMI- '
,. v . . . vt- , i j .i i
alteim? V hen the com t is estftbhahed and the .
otuctr t-ieciei, me constitution steps in ai.u pre- i
eribes the term for which the office slull exist,!
atid that U 8 years. Suppose the Legislature were
to elect a ju-lge or chancellor, for the term of two
years, would any man say it was not a void elec-!
lion ? j
If the Legislatue has power to abolish the courts j
how can yon compel them to re establish them; j
and if not re-established is not the Judicial Dep.irt j
menl of the government pone, and swallowed up t
by the Legislative f The judicial department is as j
well and as independently established us the legis-
ative or executive department. If the le:is
: lulive (lenartnii'lit can aooilsn anl take awnv ail :
the duties to be performed bv the ii lit i .l depart- .
, . ' . . , . r ,
ment, what is to prevent them from contr.ictins; the j
executive term? The constitution FUVSthe j ldi'3
shall be elected for 8 vears and thu Governor for
,, i .i
two; tho duraliou of one is as well secured as the
T I, .. t ..- 1 -II -II 1 .1 t ' : - r
fl"-.i i- ,1, ""k-, " j
u. iii-ituiii, urS..uiii5 i.i ic -
ruinous to tlio-e who engifje in it.
It violate coil- j
j tracts; violi.t. 9 the paramount law cf the land, and
- .u.. :. . . j r .. . : .1:. : .1 A .
uLs.iuis tne ...u. p.-nucm-e . i. e juu.v.... u.-,...v
m.n Tliaa nam n.mrtj 1 1 isv ft U-1 lasj din rr
' llirut, Alir utn I.UIIIM hmw JHfll.'.H 'l, si n -uiu
' under a new svstem, will till the State with conlii-oon,
I . j -i j-n- !
am i tiirl. di, icwin. Tli.ra vi hi dill eront
and a vntv of decisions.
. ..... ... -,.'.-.. ...... nu -
i1''80' raetice in each circuit or district. The
j , -.'.Il ri:-,n.:. (I..A fl...... mrA
Lit. til'IC HI UVVIIIIir lilntl mill U n 1111 11 If III. nii'J iiii.il
i thera will b ani.iher nholiiion ui d another net of
i o re w in oc anouar uooiiiion, ana aiiotncr m.i oi
i courts, and another election.
I About S5 years apo, Kentucky did a similar thing.
I . - , ,
or... ir ..r.n .,, jam.l tl,,-. S.11 f.,r rnnrj ut,,, 1.1-nLr.i I'nivn
j all thw politicians engaged in it.
There are in this State, 14 Circuit Judges, 14
1 attornics for tho State, and six chanc llnrs r -cently
I I . J . . I. . I I . ; l. .1. . .
eiecteu ov tne people, i neir election mowi mat,
tiiey liuve the confiJence of their respective districts
or circnits. They equal iu number one third of I ho
General Assembly. They- will not likely, lamely
submit to be thrown overboard in this wanton way,
in violation of their lights. There is not one of
tlieni, although sure of reelection, who will not
feel indL'tiuut at such an outrage. It would be well
for the members of the (J. neral Assembly who wish
., , "
again to visit t!ie Capitol, to consider how they are
j 10 get ulong with tllCUl when they come hotlli;.
Tennfsseh and Alabama Central Haii..
'road. A bill has passed both branches of the'
Legislature of Alabama, authorizing the Cnm -
miiinnoi k' flunrr. nf T ime storiM rnnnfv tr sub.
sci die $20,t00 to the capital stock of the Ten
nessee and Alabama Central Ksilroad.
Mem nis and Charleston Ra lroat. The
Iluntsvilie Advocate of the 12th inst., s.tys :
"The bill to authorise a loan of $500,000 to tho
Memphis and Charleston K.ulroad tompanv has i
missed the Senate bv a vote of 18 to 10 In the1
House it was made the order for last. Friditv. We
have strong hopes of its passage in that body.
Our f oreign Krlutionn.
Washington, Dec. 6.
It lias just been ascertained beyond tlie possibili
ty of cavil, that a despatch has been received from
Mr. Buchanan, relative to tho Oumpton diHicuUv,
the tenor of which IS, that the Biltssh dovei nnn nf,
in a courteous, but positive manner, decline tivii
such explaiiHtions as have been demanded by our
Govenimetif, regurding the alleged violation of our ;
neutrality hiws bv Itntish agents. j
S This aspect of affairs imposes on our government :
delicate obligaiions, and will retjuire all its wisdom j
' to extricate itsef from the present diK nima.
j T he governments of San Salvador, Honduras and
i Costa Kica, have strongly protested to this covern
! ment "ninsl the rei-ri"!iiliiin bv viinister Wheeler
of the present Nicaraguan government. He has
; jjiuunuij inua blici wilii ii.c ciuiriii rciico ui vur
I government, ana 111 accordance witn our unilorni
policy, whatever niSV tie the objections on the part
' of the Central American Slates. The irovernments
! fi.st named, predict that the present order of things
; iu Nicaragua will not long continue, fir ressons
I stated, and declare themselves resolved 10 extertni-
nate fureicn adventurers who mav in vide their soil
. .. ......
tor revolutionary purposes Cir. a. i.f.xjjres.
From the N. 0. Delta. Dec 6th.
Fall Kueci Uclnirle C ourse.
First Dat The fall races over the Metsirie
Cours commenced yesterday. The weather was
: rattier cool, ami owing .o uie rain tne previous u-iy,
j the track was exceedingly heavv. The attendance ;
I at the course, noiwiihstniiding these tircuin-t inces,
! was quite respectable. Tho members' and strati-
gers' stands were pruttV full, the gambler booths
I were well patronized, and roulef, faro, chuck a luck,
, ., , . . , , .,
laud all such games came in for a full share ol the.
! profi is. The outside elauds wero crowded to over-
i . .
i i i.u ntc . iui u uoi sej viui. i uhc in
T l. .... . .. I . I .. l . l 'l . . 1. l. . I r , ., .
three mile lieatu, between the renowed horses l.e
j comte, of 7:8 mt-mory, and Arrow, who has several
: tunes been the competitor of tho celebrated Red .
River nag. As the Hack was very heavy, it whs not ;
expected that anything like good time would be
made; and the burses being about equal in speed, ;
so far as three nii'e heat are concerned, there was
no eicitemeiit in the bettinjr; Lecomte, however, '
had the call, ass friend of ours facetiously rental ked, ,
at $1"0 to nothing. The track, ye-t.Tlerd.iv, wasj
in aliout the same condition that it was when the
preat Post Stake race was run. wheti Arrow was
distanced on lhe fi-vt heat, and Lecomte press-ed :
I ..-Yim.fim Aflrliiai.le thrnnislil. tb c.ntiia. runt. Tint
horses looked uncommonly well, and did not appear
' '. 1 .
to have lost any of the spirit they possessed III
Arrow had the advantage of LeronitO
2 reached the horse venerable aire of
,. , . , ,
aconite could only boast of having
in vears, having
of til, while Lecomtt
seen the sum of five summers. The renowned
"Abe" rode Arrow, while Lecomte bv a new aspir -
ant to equestrian skill, an humble little datkey nam-,
ed "sSam," was bestridden.
The fastest time on record of a three milo race,
was made by Brown Dick over the same course.
ana timt uiuc wo ut-urvw sii 4i.o. vuiinucihi
the condition of the track yesterday, the time made j
by Arrow .nd Lecomte is not baJ. We have how-1
ever neither space nor time to say anything further
in regard to the race of yesterdav, eicept to ei-'
press our opinion that all who failed 10 attend the
course missed the most exciting race of the sen-oii.
W e close by adding what la considered by al
! turf nien bv far the roost important part of a race
report and lhat is the
Metairie Jockey Club Ii.ces Fall ifeetiue, 1S35.
Fir-t I'ay, Iec. 6 Jockey club purse, (5'H three
A. L. Bincamaii'a ch. g. Arrow, by Bos
ton, out of Jeannellrm, fi vears, 2 11
Win. J. llitior's (Thos. J. Wells) rh. b. Ls-
COMTt, by Boston, out of Reel. 5 veats, 12 2
Time 6:00 5:5'J-6.t'3.
Skcoxn hat's racc.
The seconl day'a race was lietween Tttlle, Pi
jm and JIe(Jjnn, the first being the favorite.
.Vi-f7wjJT waj the winner.
Metaiiie Course. 7Aari.v. Dee. 4. Jockcv
Time, 4:ltJ 1:02,.
sr. i .
VI I, psrt' io-Keir-t i. e 8rw of McCLANTAIIAJI
HtlAM'lM arc jrt.licuiiirlf rvqa-wUtl U ciU andasl-.tc
the r s.-e.,i.n b, lM li;b inaiaoL
I V7 n e ar rr-wpiie-i lo m co lesspCi to e noscsr
l'.c-iWj Nec'CANAUAH k UttANoN
.Trustee's Sali of Clothing, S.c.
ui: w. r. iiii:i.us
UT ILL actl Tharwlay Deceeihee ,ti, at 19 Vock,
wne er amsava. aa iBinwtf K.aii Made CUxh
l" f the LATtoT klUlt AID UTrLM, wiih a to. iwhV
Mat tf Geaticmea's raroahin Uooda, kc , Ac 1im
ft. B- Thsr (ttwia will k afered at pslvate sa' at asul
ra cost, wiUwiU eharwes, aattl he tnfh inat.
Ha,. . kultUsli, Aoi w Treat a.
AD EL PHI THE AT EE.
LAST 5IGHT BCT ONE f the ensairfmect of tha drstin
gashed Iragrdian, Ma. JAM 8 BK.NJial'T, who willap
pear at M .cbth, in Ahakespemre'i Traioly of that name ;
and UifT appearance of Madame OLlZA who will antni-h
al behclders with her wondeihil feaU on the tight ri pe, and
evera. sin on her magic Comtt a flatcs.
Thurndij EveLiog, December 13th, will be acted the Tra
To conclude with Madame OlinVj antonishlrg and won
derlul periormancea, which have itaxtied the wonder of the
lOit IKUlV OUl.K.VS.
'T' HE re and liirht drarght jteamtr, ,
A. UL MBIKIA.MI, M.H.r. M.
Bnoxi Muster, now Ivlnaat Paducah.
will puitirely leaTD thai port on Fr;da next, fie 14 h I t
for the aliore and a 1 intermediate poria. Itor freight or pas
sage, apply to steamboat Alida, or to
H. U. nARRISON, Agent.
LfJ Arrant-etnenti have ben made i'h the steamer
A 1.1 DA , to cirrj- out Passergers in t me tu connect itn the
Cumberland. dec S-U
tVTE hive just reTeied afine asfortmeut of v.iriro!i kinds
of 8LoT,s-amongt them, Yuung Ameii-a Par.or
?tOTe, aua the Charier va lOOK s T i-,w ry
dea3 S t'tVv ART A OWEN.
Fine Eosewood Piano at Auction.
n r T C XTTVf TiO
rT . , ft , . ,
ITTILIs on Th inlay. I'aomaaa 2'rH, at 11 o'cock,
ci,el a haadajme Haevjil Piiio, In Que oi
u13 . BKNJ.F. SHIELDS.
x IT VVE rec'it-f d tliis diy, a few saddles of Veni.on, very
1 nil", h.cu I am selling cheap f r c-tsh.
J. M. HAH KINS, Agent,
No. 83 Union trreL
NASHVILLE AITS CHATTANOOGA EAILR0AD.
t-$T NOTICE TO SHIPPERS !E3
I NTIL the T t,iirs-e Tiirer B Hsr- is rbui!t, Pr duce snd
.lrrrh.:n'ii'e will be tran lpietl across tr-.e nrer on
on,t1 ra ""Ke ", u
S!m p- r ar nntifie-1 tht all oo t sent to the dep ils in
packages fn.t.fliciet.t fr the entire protection cf th roment..,
b- rti-co-.i. Cr.iin will notbe rc-eived ezwpt in heavy
' sn' ur-' "r ,:,,r,n-v.,,"MrlJ,Th,f ""ht- ,hin.sac!'s w 11 ".r-
fused, rren at tar ttk it tlw iirnrr. an the lnb'r atil time
Iier(.;.liry , rep it . 9 ime w U grrilt(y reUrJ tr.tii;-
i inn. and cat nu be petformed. The Api-uts of the road Mre
I inn-iu!: in. Ii-npluil ti.,1 1 fja.1v. .r,m al ih.ir n-.IM.i-li . A
i staiions unit- the sack are pliiniy and distinctly milked,
aii accnrrranlert by an oniero' shipment. We cam ot per-
nii the deiwta ti b ud as siorstre h"us f ir trrain or pro-
, .lu.-e when tht me is to be held u t.l it suir. the onverd
f m- oi otier or shiiitii-r to order it furwarl. W heat to t'hat
, ,Hnof,K , wi;i ,ie cl.ar .1 9 cents, nod cm S cents per buitel
. i . . a 4P Ti
jrotfl 1 Ulltt'l'IIQi HUU -tii MIS'IUIIS WtTSI. ! iCMIlv-TOrr I I i r
... .... "
and trmn a-hv.lle;.n.1 ail .tatmr.s w stir ru'lurioraa, ..et
cm hr i-)ilnr-il tO o-nt-, snd roin 9 cnl nerhuihel Wins.
. wm ' narireti iu mm. e' " ten, i"-r iiunri. :u.
key will hecha.R -d ft ikt barrel lro Nashville to Chatta-
no. A i sruciesof t eiirht des jrnaied i our r.r ff asit,
OI .. ...I A I, -1 .9 .1(1 k...lli.-ll .1 l.fff. nl T'.Fill
i'ltiiu nun w.. w ... - - - ... .......
' If , Il.l.lt'
U. 1 AND RsoN.
hup't N. at 0. it ill road.
REDUCTION ON LUilEER TO NASHVILLE-
Kn-m Hrideport to T intalon tnriuiive, Lumber is recluocd
ti per cir luail fro-r. f o-irer ra'e-i.
r i im (.'. wan to Nu m ndy inrluive, Lumber i re!uc- d ft
per cur ori- , irnm Ti-rrcer rules.
Lumner fmn Elul ) vtilc cliaiged fatno a from Nnrnnn'ty.
decl2 "f H I. A.
PACXT.rS FOit CINCINNATI AND LOUISVILLE.
' A' IHRtlXK
At. Aims, M.i"ier.
A. L. i-t inx, Master.
fV "f h leaves Nhvl-I every TL KOAV for
V me nnati,nt '.' a ; and Cin.iunati fur Na-'hville every
., HIX ii, , Y , , .
A l f.-t-iulit fhit'nd l y them will come through without de-
, leu i'ii ill mis ri.cr.
H. n If ARK! -ON, f .,.
A. HAMILTON, J F'n.
siAKl's Ami ciiavats
i mstiy i
'. and ii i,ropii..t.- preseLti from La-lies m (ie-itl men. tor
' sale Ly J. II. MclWLU
Ladies' an I (Senttemen'i P arnudiint? S'ore,
he' 2 Concrol cquai e and College street.
l i; It 4' II A I ' It A K .
LOT of lieiutifi.l Check on this B mk, bound intirg?
r -jr., I
mall books. I a b en received bv
BL'O til vl;L':S W. PMlT'.f.
; " FOR PADUCIAH, CAIRO AND MEMPHIS.
riviiK H--yu..r I'liiusi state. M'.ii i
-- I'asetiirer Packet. JOHN SIMP j
8- X.V. T. mivn, Ma-ii-r, will leave i
for the :ibove ami alt in'einndiate port mi rniuAi, tne
i4th in.r., ut li o'clock, u. tor freight or pa-nie apply
: on l.oanl or to A. L. DAVIS, Areir,
I de.-li-'ji At L S. Mail Packet Oltic".
! fYThePIt ROBKTtTSON will carrv freight or ps.en-
gr-i to c muect with the JOHN SIMPSON.
This is fie onl - line of b-.ats that carries the L S.
Mail, and pa M-tigem can rely up n iu. puiictu ility.
I Christmas Prrsents!
TE hve many articles suitable for Christmas Gifts, of
i ir ; v f whiih we Will mention
Kbouv Iravelmit Cases fir Ladies;
Lnony Wrisinif Desks " "
Knor.y Work boes " "
Ito-ewoi.il " "
p-itchel" i f Velvet snd Leather for "
t iiver and Pearl Pi ne Monies fur "
(ilver and Pearl Card Cases for "
W aich Stands - -
Odor B- zes, Ac , e.
With many other iirtkl which we will nil at moderate
prices. fdiclSl J. 1C MoOILL.
, (JN hud nJ for Hle bjr
CHARLES W. SMITH,
ph i: it Ml s.
pj,,,,.), tt,e linproTement- InTravH, and ihe newest me'h-
oils of re i.-hiiig the Cele-iial ity. By io. Wood, author of
"Peter S li erodn in America." In two vols limo
prinis uud those or the present limes. This wora will
make a sensition in the r ligious world, especially among
the t.iehionuhle thur.hes.
Th(. winow nEDoiT PAPKU8,
! The I, KIT Kits (ip M'wa Pa SfcVliiNF,
N-LI.IK OK TKCU ). Ky th author cf "Vara.
I d-cll iro .
Nashville and Cairo Weekly Packet.
New Steamer I! I. I. A Captain J&.S. L0VELL.
ri MIK nK.ve fine Pssieneer Rtesmer will leav Nashvi.t
-I f" C.lro every Tt.rs..y n...u.in at M o'cU k, a. a ;
and Cnirn f . Nash.-I e everv ratur lsy at 8 p n.
C(,nil,tin, c.lr Wlh ihe ne udei.d.d daPy lineof C.
a Mil Se imers i..r Memphis anl New Orleans : anil with
the Iliinjis Cenlial Kailrostl fmm C iirolo ht. l.oui.
. iiimii n v ) -..
r.. '-" - .
II. II litKKI.-OV ( Ni.liviilc.
FOWLE-t k NOKToN,
New Orleans Pac k e t s .
New Su-amer SCOT Ii A ." l s
Capt. R. L. DiSMi'taa.
8teamr !V A Ml V I I. I. i: s
Thou BrLLSSTura, Master.
fttesmer II. II. tl'. II I M.s
Capt. IU t. H. NswkLL.
'HE Prsitlsnd leaves Louisville for NewOil-a-s rn her
1 1 nrt,"P " ,Uth '"b". "d iJ rjn
ii riL-u if Dacket all es-. n.
The Na-hvi le ard H. R. W. Ill tare t present In the Mem
plus trade, Imt will at ad times l,0 Tl.rouU lid s LadilJ
'n 1 -r Nbvi'!e.
IttcHiao tx a. No. Carondetet Btte-t, New Oilesns, is
Afr.it for ,h, bu.lB ,Dll Wll, B orJrr, lor g,,,, to be
si.l,pd bv them.
A. UAMILTuN, Ajrent.
DAILY LINE OF PACKETS
roa wrrHLAln PADUCAH, LOUISVILLE, ST.
L0TJI3, MEMPHIS A5D HEW ORLEANS.
VI.II . , II.kmos, Master, leaves Na Lville Mouday
aoi lh'iisday. al 10 a. M.
t I II T'.e line pas.-njf-r ateamee. CfBA, MsTiimiv,
Master, Iravca Naahvinw lsudays anil Kn-lay al 1 A. .
Ittlt K i l'1'k lhe rplendd steamer, RuCH CUT,
l i s luis, Mss. r, leave Nuliviua Mcdncdays and Sal
uidai ai IC, 4. M.
Thts boats are I'lth, and have erce'lent acc- tnmoila-
t'-itis. Py tt.era i-aeni-rj can (et to luivi.le. !t. L. .ais.
Memphis or Nw Orleib q wker ltn hy aiy ouier ruii c,
'ur f, si.ht or patsiaj pi-ly -n U-id or to th A.'.mi,
II A . I. . 1 .linn wmi,
11. 11 H4Uttt.-ON, Irool stieel.
GEO. W. COWAN,
A T T O II i: V AT I. A W
lirnrral Aitt-nl for tbe 1'iirchawe. Sale
aud Itrnt ol llrul I slnlc, and tbe
Collect ion mt C'lialuia
No. 43 Cherry Street,
asiivil i. ; , t i.y y .
IiROMP'1 attention will ciien Vi all bwslnea entrusted
to I.i-n, a-dips-c.-l attention to tbe collection of taaiern
riaitn throui huoi Mi He TrnruaM..
P.a,ruik.KCUi A. C. k A. H. Ucesh. 'vns, Por'er a to.
I.. It. I ne k Co., Tho. T. Sanity, L-Oov. he-118 browo
J.sJ.h ferruss, Nvhville. Trim.; teu. 4. A. Rattle, lUlkl
s o co., Tenn.; tx-l.cv. W H. Catnpteil, Lettanun, Tenn.;
lion. Jot o p. CaaiLera, Mempbia, Teen ; W.U. Lei.der,
New Yirk C ty. octa It
, . W"
To HailroaJ (ontneters
Ol ! F& P-nuOM'i w U h reeetve-l at tl.a Ktc of fs
' fc f firld and KeBlacky Rvirnl .Hrpanv it Naahvid-,
.r,t,n.. mm rumi.y. oes.tr isr. i4. t.wo-
' ssroctioa of th roa-l fn-ra Naahv lie lo ih Wti-kaco due,
: where It meeu Ue lUs viua akd Ka.hv.ila aUiliawsi, to
; Hebderw n, ea the Ot lo river. Tha F. k K. kUi' d to a-axit
luit;if'il a pe lof:, ae.,,a atwaniry wwi a-iajHwa Kr
ra .-usv- coaatractiua. awn in wora via e arvesrsa wa
1 oas of acs-oi i-ti mi each, which a. a' t 11 hr arparatsw
ty, Ih. whole vat Mlw d In one prp ;t oa. Irp.a
oa) at be Ba!a lo huild Ihe t B.les only, bell U ah
vi thcr hy Ot ttng le aectiaa ae la ne eot.tr a. t
thera are aa the road aa laaaat half asiks waf, heary
rsx-k wrk al varv-su ibla, sa two la-'fw HrHfa hi ,
rro4: and rust wilt kw rssviy Ibr taaauttoe Dr I t,
a d any lafurnatioa asay te wtxaiasf he aad ani t a-ar-s.
i. RAM'L WATc!. I ., t.
ec( trwu'actS A. Alek S. Chltf Rnr.
Cl 1 1 1: 1 E 'SO eoiat prrmlawi Ws4crw Rsrrv aeJ
Kt (Uah lasr Chswsa, rwceiveU ky
ir r. a r i. a ic
IVaslirille Book Storr.
a'OOX, SELSf'N A CO , have Jast received a new supply
of BOOKS, PAPKR, c. and are now pect
ins; large opply of t -ncr Articles) for UOLIUAV.
At thflr bonse may be found
IXDM. CHINA AND JAPAN, In the year li'S By Baiaas
THE MViVH GIUI.: Or.Llfe ?ctnss a. 'h-y Are. Thi. I. a
Y.'ry tntf'et:i.a work, and cintain: " Prn and Ink
W ork," "A Kt.-s nt its Con unoes," "A 8-ne from
Lu.-rrx B -t gia," Ac, Ac, witn uany other o, deep In-Wr-st.
HER"INE Of HlSrORT.
Ceaut fal y iLu.lraird. With a Frrn bpiece of Semi
rxitnU. CORA AND THK DOCTOn :
Or, Ui.v--la.itms of a Physk-ian's Wife. Cnmprling a
s-ri-si.l Lfttirrs f.oui a Waitly Youi g Ldy, lo Ler
M ither in mrrpc.
THK HUa 0' It DCLTFF2.
By the Author i.f "Tlie Two finrdian.;" "HenrietWi
i.h," 'Tlie Kings of fcnglaud " Ac., Ac. t vol.
RELIABLE GOLD PENS. (
SIIEPPAKD'S ACCOCSfANT, BARREL, COMMkRCIAL j
and ENOROiJalMa COLD PENS are acknowledged. 1 y the j
I best B .ok-Kepcrs in the city, to be the best and most rell j
J Hbl Pen sold in thi market. An ad-lit onal supply of the ,
j various kinds have just been recVvt by i
I TO)N, NELSON A C V, 44 Union St.
Best ouati'y Pens warranted for si mon'hs from
t-reifJire pens to be returned straight in tne tpricg,
to et:titie the purchaser to another on the warrant.
CIRCinT COURT, DAVIDSON C0UNIY.
RcLEl.t. It is ordered hv the Coai t that herca!tr the
; Clerk snail divide the Trial Docket Into fnor parU, to be tn
, ed re-peclively ainmig the firi-t, siteoNO, tuiko, uml frain
i Wctk of the Terni. so tntit no caue sti ill b-? ;liii;d
(at the HKKLof the Docket, hut all shall beTHixu or cvxlisc- ,
! an as t ey are reached.
Rt'LK .-I. J alifiuents in nnlitiirnted caes and judgments
' by deiaiitt iupy be t.iketi as heretnfnre.
1;clk:M. Itshuilbe the duty of the Cl--rk within f..rty
: dajs atti-r the a-'juitrn'Mi-nt of Court t divine the m t-l as
:ate'l, and pu'iiih in one or two new.;'iiers of (reneral cir
l culatinti the caues sei .,r trial aimma tlie tirt, i-ei end, third,
and fnui:h weeks, so that the par'its in such cmuestaay
have noti. e wlu-n their at'emlance will be required
j itli.lili. It ohail lurl eriuore lie the duty of i he Clerk in
i fosiiiuir .uliiKuuas f ir ttie Willi. Seles to summon them tu at-
: ten l till thi. tir:
second, thud or fo-irth Mouday T the
j Term, aioniiiii tu the place the cu e stand on the ducket. '
Ln ler the i.bove
Rule- the following cautes wdl stand for
trial during the first eek of the term :
CASES AT JANUARY TERM, lFJifl.
1 r.-n lessee . M dloy;
2 S- ay vs. Cameiou;
8 Morrow vs. Napier;
4 Sfnnncld vs. same;
5 Pointer vs. sntue;
6 I lowe-'s vs. f 'line;
1 hirkn-an vs. snitie;
S Tr i" vs. Vtaoa-'v;
9 Lawrence vs. N.ishviile 1
I'-1 Lefrher ts Hudson;
IM I owe v. ;snin;
I'fl Moore vs. ll'iphes;
IXrt Merritt vs. Ilenwn et al;
IM Eha.-klett vs. (lilman;
ls Stewiirt vs. Eit'iiondon;
l.'.l State of Tenn tne 4c vs.
r usetl et al;
160 Treadway A ife vs.
11 ll-l oi-o' Turnpike Co;
in S .1 :i. v. Mnrt-ii;
1 1 S ime v. Wt-tin -re;
1J v. t.it-ni vs. I e d-;
1 Wrtlmr i) llan-i;
Kl W:(lU-e v-. As'sl n:
Mii Th"in'Mn tm . vs Tenn.
arid Ala. RaMreail C.i;
'.ViIIihiu. vs. tf..ver;
li4 II, ti'y vs. CloiliVlter;
It Major and Aidermen oflO Tillman vs ill'a'rs:
Na In i ! expai te, .lt- l'et..y v. Wi'.n et at;
1 Youtij: vs. t'-irl-ett; :t,7 Duuu vs KreiiVr;
IS !) lessee . s. hay; i4 Ttuu. UD'I All. lta:!roi 1
1 ti Wil.y ut i;. v. Xar . C v-. Vir.ni;
ioV Miute vs N C Kai:ro.td
r.Mu -. . v",
t'J ll.iMwin vs. I.-!, at; !T' Kwinir trn.fee vs. sinne;
2- M -ey vs.!,, lo.,,,; Ul N C Kaii-oad 'o v.
21 It'in'r. c.v vs M. l'oi.-; iMneNt-n.
22 Yo.k 4 Co v.. S!.-Kenu$e;'l7J Lanier A Fulls vs. V,:,!ier
V ! Met' imphell vs. IMS; 17J Li'.lnti n vs. N.i-h lUs
Xts.i.ievs lied Itohards; : L-el.t Co;
'i i 1 ii- le-see v-. M.-Kwen; lTt fiilman vs. It ntrlit.
Vd Jasjvir et al vi. Il.irns; IIJ Lanier WcNL'kle vs.
V, :n M' .bile Co.vs. Prrl"r Co!
VI Mi'lS ivi ek v. Oilman; i:7 Vjunff vs. tmmnierlitll:
J i Mi iliivink A t'o vs. same; 17s Coipoialiori of Nsshville
l .Ion,-, vs. M.tiheli; , vs Kayloid;
8.' Mayor and Aide
men of ITS Fame vs. "itf-jlns
Is'l Same v-.
1 ?-a'i-e vs
i Mate I -tm--ser use ,i sao.e s Fa-iie
v. Jiticd et al; ; Is'J fame V . Ham I on;
ft SI'.'Campbell vs. demons; i sj Goff vs. Stevensun presi
Ji5 Jack ui's rVrs v-. (ji, I dent, Ac.
beit Son; i-J Cru'rhei vs. Koter
3d Charlotte Tui it j ike Covs.i -5 Childie-ia vs.Mamn.el ct a)
J-feiiee; Sm, Caiur-l vs. Moan,
ftT Cross v.. (i,een et i.i; 17 ilye. le-wee, VS. WafTCO- '
ai tvatts Jt Stue.li v. ftnvcr- l-s m ,k-'i.ini vs tr ittoti et al;
ut; I-..J S-iuie v. I raifcoe.!;
! F.rehan l Ac v. Varrell. !'.li s.ime vs li i.setal; ,
pi t'hili i.it v. Mi lntyre; !1?1 line-in v. Porter;
41 Martini'-. Vn.i-ti o!:'; ;l II .r y u. W, !i h 1
4'? t'run. vs. J;i.e-; ,1 C'j'e vs. .M.iyi.i Rod Al-
4J Cbailo'lc lurtipikeCo vs de m-n d Nislvlt!e;
fj-iticc; !lil D-iii- vs. Itraillrv, '
4' Fay v. .-loan; :yj juugri.o i. v irl .rritit A
45 All'..- iaii!.ews vs. (1 . Ari l- ri nn;
bert; , 1 U-J Frazier, tru-ate, vs. Ilin-
Hyde vs. M i l l x; t o;
41 l":ii i. y -si I- y; : j Clover A Bold, use Jic.
4S Charlotte Turnpine Co. vs. i ol!.-t; 1
vs. pl.ln.;; Civl.He-i jf a Co. v.s. Insu- ,
43 lliifhes vs. fii'Lei ;; j rinreCo. i
SV Alien s. C o ii'kh; '111? Han-is vs. PilL'; j
51 Fruiier V-. k'rauitat T- j.si Hays vs h.nn uudsun et al j
l-.vlo .n't owners, I 1 1 li n n and wife vs..stewart;
!2 Ooldliei'K vs. liiiit. n; ' U-SIyctt A Ennirf vs. Mills
M Il.irns vs. Smiley x'i ; i Ktn,
J4 llmk cf leiines-e- vs -i no'.lin v. R ii.au et at;
(rreoe et al, i 4 liMliuWrll l o vs. Hu e
. M- Kee adni'r vs. Noel, l-o li.uuiii ,I,d Co. vs. I.u-
;ii ii,r vi. niiu-; I casetal;
f7 Uutik ol leniiessee v., jo Hoiisley v. Hsii el al;
Newsoiu; ii7 Hoke Hr... v. Jackson;
M Mc'.avock vs. P.ml et al J.'S lUuiwcd vs. Tek'Kraph I
9 Salt e vs. Tucker et a!; , Company; I
2tl e k. -2o Johnwm vs. s'uoie elul;
CO W.lsoti ea rs vs. kikv.wii. n Jaiuea a to. vs. lwrn el
et ai; al
fll Johnson vs. Ratclitfe; m Insurance Coir,nv vs.
6i same vs. tlrtoii et al; Peek . t al;
Id M uiularturi. f Comiau. 112 J-nkins vs. Hu h el si;
v.. 11. hos lleiily; l 3 Keiby vs. lirocaw y;
(U Lowry vs. Duhhs; -14 l.iusr) v. bmUeCo.;
6j Ailelphi Theatre Co vs 2 ft McKinney is. Shelly;
llreene; xio Mct aoipbell, trLS'ee vs.
6ii Harrison A Rich tidiMiii vs. iiictselal.
Uoitlne A Stratton; -.'17 Satne vs. M-irr;
67 Ie L Verne vs. lioOgels l,c;iitos:i vs. Mayor and
6S Mnrtin vs. Kiisley; Aliiemirn;
ti WiSliati.s Hili-lnnaa V-. !9 vr vs. Irsurince Co.;
(lover ii U.-yd; i-i M iiioy vs. Turnolke Co.
7-1 It.llvs. Imvi,; Ul a.l;otrlstalvs.Jack.
,1 L k N liailr.'d t o ! '.
... . ,..... , .
7i same vs. W:ker;
rt t Pe-way Vic t rincher e; al.
7.1 same vs. lire; i.tPi.pevs Washington
74 sinie vs. Muvimr; till Wl'fka
7.". s mie vs Slvd.-e; i2t Mining Company vs.
75 M ii tin vs. ui-sell et al; M-tcheil et al.
77 McKwen, use Ac is li.r '2i6 Murrell Tu. Maor and
tun el t; I Aid'tnn of Nashvi le;
7S Wstkins vs. Harris; 2i7 Minuetl Wiocsip vs.
1'i N iti.-e v. Moot e et hi; t !c''oi:ib el nl;
sl Pa nuett vs. Au.stin; -.S Morjcau k Cj. vs. Vick
Sl S ii-.'i'K vs. liolK-rt, ad'r;1 hoiue;
Si SI .ar. ev'rx vs. II nle; 229 Milts vs. Stewart;
sd I' tr'i ict.ael vs, huirrtal; -.';ii Msrt n vs. P.. aty;
ii,.i. , .i. Urliiiut. . il. Muireil Ik Mullock vs.
bJ Wiiaiuson, ct a. vj. Clin- Tei.u Al. K K. Co;
ard, !-J --i Owens vs Join. sou;
f-i'i PaHierlv vs in-on; -.-: Po. te.fle.d s. II aiy;
! hi Mor.e S'n vs. lle-s; o:t4 Su-ararl a Cj. vs. Hume;
: us Nash. tl.ar. Turniiiki 2.C1 t-u,e vi. llowLn;
is. Sp-n.'r; '.;6 alluels. by neai fri.-n.l,
: S9 It-')! trus ee vs. M. tlt-nadd is. M.iy .r a Aitleruien of
( On Hell ini-i e vs. inciels; Na-hvi.tc;
! l biate of lenti., u , 4c,2!7 Slie'v-K vs. Pimtr.s;
, vs. U.- l.l; x is w r -iit vs Crei.i.) iw;
j W T'tson Hilm'r Ac v ll i ii tf Z ui-ueraiin v.. M.-Nairy;
y I sm I. y v.. lien o' au'mi ; pi tiauk ol Ti tmes-ee vs.
! SI t'liihliess vs. Jaekson; iiam; t m 1 1 a!;
' Sl il. eervs Jor..io; 211 CartiU'e v.. I'.tti rsoi,;
nl 11 i iii.cr vs ( a'oil, a't; .sute nf remie-. e vs.
I H7 Aiuecl v . Ta I -r; Wllk u-ou et al,
VS it, l.aloiy vs. lar-Te; i 3 RMI vs M el. Ii;
' v9 Cumiii.t!iai:ivs M'C.imbs 14 1 Guiarle and wife vs.
; A Coint'.ius, Rains;
: J it McLiiielilin vs. Kim'-r.e, .4 Jordan vs. f:avi !s,u,
lot Kiei.eh is. UuiK'nti, Mor-'4d I'ur" r v-. Hr-n:
ir. 11 AC, XS 1 Livin.stoU v. Mnyorand
lui I.nwe silm'r v.. Moan; A d- rn.eu cf N i-!..ilie,
; U4 lij lor vs. S lioal beau ti 2 IS b n 11s vs. isilman;
et al, 2 V Kains vs. Wil-iams;
1 4 Clln.an vs. Kitulir..; i.Vi t h Miesn vs. Os.ru;
j ,, -, Maitnewson vs Phu.ps, -.SIC'
,, 6 Km.'i.o v.. V. ai-n;
. . st.el s. L A R K d; 2,j
; . j ,.,,!,; . 3 n
Corporal on or Nashvillw
me vs. II fK-in,;
tme vs. f.nii;
I. Mane,trsle.v. 1Jli Um. vs. liu. nand,
I t'J iriUOM aWUl I i. nun - iisritnii-o w. ivwu.
j etal; iid Woo.f.lli vs. N. aud C.
' 111 rVr.lc v. Tenn. and Ai.. Rilroa1Co;
1 KnirLi-i 1.0; Mayoral am men .vasn.
! 113 lysoney v. '.ritsard; vine expartr;
I ,, 1 ii..,. H.i.n- l,.nr h ai .'mnia N-uh-
1 114 Austin vs. 11a ; 1 vile e iparle;
i 1 .1 ll an t vs. Uoiir.; .9 Old vs. Mcsadden;
Hs.yd v.. V. uo.lwar I et al; tM tan.ea vs. Crenshaw
' HI Uk ol lenn V. Mi.-Na.ry e al,
j m -1-1 w srv iswft w -h w m. "
1 114 Bell's es'r vs. E'kolT.nn ii',1 Mornaon vs. irraitn;
1 Hi Uaak of lenneasv v. Name vs. same,
! Mt-I.iiuf t.hn; V 4 ane vs. Sam-;
ii. J. kon vs. 1m ; JHS 8ame vs. same;
i 1t Anthony, ir., v. Jacksnn; s4 Sune v. mw;
lsi Be-ill is. Pjio'er s-e ic. ti? fume v. sa-oe;
vs. Bell; .ds Pmkerton vs. Crensl aw
18 Raker vs. Jarkaon, et al;
1.4 tfuwen el al v eleven- 1 9 Pimth A lo. vs. Panic;
smi el al; t.'f Hume . same;
123 E run son el si vs. lies ;i u. v.sam.;
. mn ct al. ,;i mh, n. w;
' tiS B ink, Planters vs. Uud ili Cl'-Utre vs. Uaicptua
I n, ' at al;
V-'T K It in l ai vs. Kiirtro; JTI J-,nes v. ?I .nee;
: Her.y.B' c. V. Poster .7 laake v.. il.iretl;
. a.lui'r :T4 Cey el al r. Hn (ht et al;
j 9 rrie . Ila'rl'ti.o et at .17 Jvl.-ii v. s-:l;
1 il hildres vs.Jehnso . ela i s lio-l.l vi Henry a bslnoer
111 haaie vs. D, ei Jonesel a-.'7 Pie vs w aatin (:ou;
i 1 s,u vs. Jacssoa et al; frune rs ame;
; 1 d 'ame vs Owen el a'; 'J-l .s.me vs umr;
! 1A4 t otlii.s vs. Oierry; ist I'e-k k HI ts vs MotUa,
i ! I'snis D ti. Mounts; Jd Pointer V Bed;
i 111 Cartwrlitvs fccllrtil i4 I'apm Vkiac';
i 1 llaioia v. licno-oa el ti$ Pt. a vs Cartel rt el;
al. .-. Pai 1 v Ja. ktrin
' iss) riiglas v. Tcrni ikC. si resy, tnsaiew v. Tirlry
', UJ L-rCa. il laiiuLis.lartn , a rj'm;
j i-.u.;il), ' ss) sh-.te ,s Eii'ey,
! 14i Ptmf-M vs. hci.; -i sbrvvnsvsriaiu.it aelal
1 141 l.miini ' tlart'ett; ijtt IS 1, 1. 1 s Mad a y rl i.
; 144 f f ( vs. sVumsuman ei yl ,.,,, , Mu.iamsvl a!;
I al, Van I'yka, wiu'r i fearl
J 143 Farrv. HuuJ..y, j s,J tJra v MJIO,
144 ruaier, uu-.ll a. c- yi Wiria-t viv.r;: I
'; I a vt B.iwuru v awskuay t
141 ioo:wtn vs. Vuk a. ai. , ai;
l.ii ore. Bvlsi k Co. a. Mo M Vfeai v Priwr;
lik.Uiiiai.asiif. i7 w arreo vs t oia B- ak; 1
147 G-e.v, cl tlvs.Ja .'. .i A.fc.r-1 vs rs.iea r,
et ai, tt Otca.ca i ml aoai'r vs
U Cray vs. Hull, aye a!. ' kuaell it a';
144 tsauver V Triaph C-a. &- 'ante v. CoaU-U rt ai,
3tl rla. I Mu vs lat el a ;
1W Chiiuiws 1 Ar A Al a I Vli n C rter;
ctrraH-a i4 ahvdie; 8 4 Va nii.tuaB s Cswler.
I.M Prlv.f v. Milfbiiitta; ovt Lssuter hi. la aw V
lii M-m vs. M a k rw.rs . tsii,,i-ktu;
dss.ll 4w THO. T. SwlLtt.Ctera.
JHO. S. & W. 0. BSIE2I,
ATTOM31.Y AT .AV
.ash title, Ttaa.
Ornri Wa. tA Osrery atrrv. apt
Cash for Wheat and Rye!!
J O s u r 11 .1 A s II 1
Boa'Jt-Zaat Career CaarcA aad Cellaf ttmtt
NEW P UELICATlNS.
sew ri ni.icATtos.
. TANNT iERN3 new book, K0SE CLARE,
Jot received by W. T. BE!tRT A CO.
A Book of Eare Humor.
THE WIE0W BEE0TT PAPEKS!!
ED1IE3 BT ALU E B. NEAL.
os vclc5i V2-40., wim thues uiirrui aLt sraAiios.
Ir.e Widow Fsys Poetry.
WmIow Jenkins' Aoitnoe ty.
Sir. Crane b alk m.
Tte Widows' Di-corrse. o' rnmpkina.
The WUnw Lc3(s h -r Feau.
f- n . . i.. , ... .
j rfii. c '"ui w c ript'.SW
Mr. Crane Wa kj cut.
The Widow "Sets her Cap."
The Widow revolves t. leave Wipgletoww.
The vt idow TraJe w ti a P-.-d 'lr.
IiKuurse en various lop'C.
Ti e Widow h-.viag heaid that Elder Sniffle Is sick, writes
ltf.rts to Eldrr Si ifT.-s for re'ikns Instruction.
Tl c Wid..w c-tk-luitrs tu p . h i h.
Prep'-ires lo receiTe lid.-r r, IU son Thunlsplrinr B-!y. '
f he retire tu a tinnre in the rrar of i:dcr n:ffles' M. u-e.
The W, Jot -rr-.rriea the El ier auJ writes to her daughter.
vr. J- p;ter s-unii.
The Kev. Mi a. ?r i;Ties abroi-t.
The Rer. Mrs .-n iH s at t. wk-.
The Kev. Mr. Suilllos expresses her sentiments in regard
Mrs. 3niffl -s' Sister M.icnirc. exp-rien-e.
rvicir'l.-n of the D.mati.-n Tarty.
Aunt Maisuire trcan of the cuatcraplated Sewing c!ety
t STa':lIe Ihlt.
Aut.t M g-iire's Tk:t to ?' V twn.
Mrs. Mah-ui. e's aeon t f bnem Tlitpp'e.
M s. Mualew-s Kei-ipefi-r PnUt- Pu-tii:ig.
M.rt-Ding Calls: EvcryVdy'a Pariicuiar Friend.
The New York (V.mt.Trr harins; re-eived an early cpy,
talks as Vi: is of this ctiiila! b-.k :
"A Tiium more full cf k-enUI humnrand irrr.il liMe Vn-
aee cn iracter ras not rt ben pnMi-he-i-- tint ecep'irn tin
peri-nces if tlie rrnown. d mJrc.. The (ritieU au-
t"",! a. cut ff by il.-n-.ii orf... e she h:.dattuire I th it iiis-
unit or, a wruer, wh cl -t.e w..u .1 utiiouhn dl, htvrc
cuietitiail s:.e berti spued li he d-veinpniecl if I litr
powers. We wouel not pek thus hii:h:y ol . wm k ofm.-ra
I umor.b it lb e p:iier contiin mo-t alrurh sail es ojv r
I tnnny of the vice, and fo::n - th it inh-t r.l.triuoa ioUm,
, and ihereloie are the more free to coiumcnd trie book."
for sale by
W. T. BEKRV A CO.
a vi:v ishk iv ai it r. (,i;u,
The uto-Sioraphjr or aa Oipaan Cirl.
r Al K H Cl.V.
.'n-'. niry !trrt- in iu htrnt tfo h.
We .rese:it tto- first of tl ia seiie i f ec-;i.nt -forie., to
IV the veriiai-le lii"iory 0f tIP , ,.r j ); ( lJtl ;llETt
whose charmi-.tt Ma.mne T.iies hv fo oft. n adilnl l" tha
enji.jm.-nts of the dome ic fir. side, mi i a-tcrnately pn-voke
th irerry la!i, or bro'iirht 'h t- ar of ympatby to the ye.
IV- tr.. !l il nmv in Ih . . . t. - ... ....... . .
, . . , . , ,
I" " W f J '" 'ady. a res.d. nt o! thisSute-to
tlinhfy coscca!e b neath t'.e gaiiK. of A t.i-n, a oenceal
the actual pers..nr. from ihe unioairy f the -eneial cub-
,..,, . , ' 1
he no eo su1 cietitly c inceaied as Ii hide Ihem from tlote
:'re 'iu.iin!eil w.tli :(. nut'-.-re.., or are coirrdzai.i of
the scenes amilst hirh sle h t. b -.-n .n ..cress LlLThrstS
U ' f
nv.icli real ronn:e et sts amnl't trie common p! ice of evrry
dy aJairs. It i a benu'ifn iy written book, an I will doLbt-
,Mi r,,,i. ... u....t . .. .
tend, rnc-w ami fel n, whi. h peal dnectly to the jientltr
emotiniii "f the h -ait.
This b.iok will be a ' suitable present lo the laiiie. for
which it is nioie part;cu!ar'y wntt-n -at the same t me it
m..y be rend with profit ry prrsous of all attcs and both
fc xes. Just rei'eived by
cct w. T. nr.RitT co.
"iv ,v n . t it i; k x x
HAVE t rec- ieil elklt IVano Fner, have several on
tluwa , and wis kr-f --..n-l.i .t y on li.nd a g ood -toi
tint ui ( f jn-t i h mstruii.en s as w II
SPEAK 0S THSHSELVES.
Every Piano rorte s- 1.1 by us lwl be warranted In every
re pei t. We e i.luliy invite u. In. n Uuu l al. lhme m
w iiil , f a fcU erior ic ti ume. t, lo give us t ca at .Vi. I'd
Cjli-.ge .1. tJ.iJ-t V. A It. VhKLMAM.
V ll.l i: AMi tllMllMIlN
UHITEIj STATES HAIL PAC2ET LIKE.
! (gWts lVt? Us
I aVhyrir.rfi-.il ai;.i7rr-..l-,..-as fcArtWiaiM
J.G.CU.NC. JOHN SIMPSON. CITY or U U.N T3 VILLI
For lempliift cw Orle.ns M. l,ouiat
I'HE splendid new paseDr T steamers CITT OF IirNTS-
1 V1LLE, W. atvsa. Master, leave Nashville every
sion.lay at Ir o'el.s M, m
J.O CLIME, J V IIiti. Master, leave! Kashville every
W e.lnes.lny at li o'ctis k, in.
: JOHN Sl PtKiN, w i . Vitua, Master, leaves Nasbvilla
every Kriilay at VJ o'clock, ra
CicmectiiiK at Paducah with the daily Loui-ville and St.
Louis I nite-l States Mad Buaui, and at Memphis with thw
splendid N.w Orleans steamers Bulletin, H. K. W. Uill, Ueo.
Collitr and Initoinar.
The s'coinuioilations of this line cannot he surpasses!, anil
psei. iters willnn.i it by far the spdial uieaas of tiwvut
ei'hrr North i-r Ssmlti.
tor freight or paaage a;piy to
A. L. PAVI3, Anent,
1 , tS At I'. SS. Mail Picket office.
Jf Cspt. B. TirrMKLD will rvn-ain in New Orleans dating
tl . n ,.t-m -..m, as a-e-.t or lhe Nashville, Mea.pl.is and
Nr llilrmii me ! It ul sleameis. 4l.su. for tha. Ste imers
, AMKhL.'A a id UCMB lLlir. All b-.sme. iirusie. u, hi
esre lor lhe aoovc Su will be pron pliy a- tended to free of
ch.re. .led A. U U.iVIS
AT " l.l l.U'l I UI.ICs I tl tS.
XX. JS. "VL ELIj 3U XI.
HAS ar.d will keep , n hand, up sUirs ia ll. T. Ycl' man's
Wartf-ou e, M-tVt tet, a well unsor c'l stock if
Agricultural anl fforticuStural ImplemenU and
Tools, and i. onja.furs.ui.tag ooil, ... c . he w.il a. il
,n sHUS, and a ioi of Coi'PLK E-LflLra aud Blltl.f
laiJN .-foV ..s.
ai siMiiut-.c uii r, riu sf i.e. s a.ioi'.i. tie hB su-i r-r rale.
i lr.ons m want i f Two H .rse Powe s. Thresher. Mow
ers, He i ri i'orn Shell, rs, Ac , will a, tot in It.eir or ier,
he -t- ri'l in:cod to import ary iliat are n-1 prevwauU i-tv-
I-Ke l. .f f
iiivstii 1 rim.
' 1 "H K Partner-hip heretofore eihi-tinaj between 'he ondrr
L a-dtird, in the name a d siyie f w elh-r a Confei , was)
d.-Mve, h mu'ii.il c- n-ei.t on the 1st of Noven.be la.-1.
M.S. V.'cll.-r and J W il.is.il re alone an hor s-d in r!o
op lbe turn e-s of the eonrera. Pe' s-.ns ir d -bti d to the fir or.
w II 111 ike pa men', an-l th s havM-af cl inns acainst it wi
pr!-e . I the-u to sillier fjr ciilnueul. M ts WILlKK.fa,
d.cs-lw C1IAS. B. COOfttt.
rrMI' Par nei.h p h- re i fc.re esisi n l.rlwren the nnder
1 sijur-l, 1:1 U,c 1. .ioe iu-l ! ol IV llrr a t k, waauis
s. ve. .y niiitual ro'isrn on he 1st of November I. st. B.
S Vte.l, r m.'l J ll . 11 lixn aioi.e a tu h sed to t:o op
the ho ine-s of t'.e co! ceru. Pirssnis In-Kt-u-.l to the Brwi
w;il niase payment ami tNe latin el'.ims Mfalosi it wul
l-fe.rnt Ihrm for setu. m ut lo f uhrr. B S. U LI. Ill, fa.,
deso-lw A. B. Co Jk.
- -"-'--. sw.sw.-. . a-a w . .
, $j A K I A X CO.
' If AVE received A I mug I Ine ml S 'I A I.I.
II ;fKi:U i1UUI.U PHOTS
, W tn lara a.l I1M0
which makes iheir
o her UKAS-AB.K GOvO?.
; STOCK COMPLETE!
1 4, , ,fuo , (T.nrra ih., Wl;i c-w eat all their
r v rf , f. JjS e Bt . r , n ,.j ..ner-t cf
. j.a KIVIMI CSS, MAM LI S, tLoAKS, KHAU,
1-LAMwLT -, kc , Ac, at redmsed price.
It. V. ll AIM. 14,
No CCollrgait, Kear Church, NASHVILLE, TEX.,
DKLtIl in all kiiuls.if Cbmel "'"' , aa. , ti
ture, aud is riCeiv.nf ad-liUo.'iaJ fc r Jc-s. ."
supply.; and bavinf l.iu-a mysej iai l -w..li
a t'11 1 earse and r"t- iwaissrs, am "s-
pieparr-1 lo turuuh every k-iiU ana uality if Culm 00 the
hurtct iniiice, by v or ui.t.t.
k , Um ani i.ii'.n ..t lur sal. SlaltraAMS cf all
k n'ss oa haasi, or saadj lo-jril. r
Hurl. liar HriMirei wt h Tte.lu-sa sad di-palch.
New and varHMis siyiei 1 f War ir Oe a;l bca lor easb
or oc-J pai'cr, At No. t Cvideje st-eet near Chars b.
, W. (.llAI'kh't,
uctjslr-ly By O. W.l..i, .
S7?RI0a riASO 70STS.
jv. 11. vi:vi,
HAl n..w In stur a larre supply of ' -Nit .ym
F.iUi'-l, of Very auperior trae, sit kr Saiua-.J
ao-l Biii.li, uf , k kj, and I 01 tales, aia 4 T 1 1
llAU-rr, Dtvji k d.. Boston,
1. .O.SUll A CO., Ua''-I,
Ntsvs A Ct.Aax. New York,
vhich, lor iljratM ,.y, j-ersret.oa and vi.luaie f loee, are
nit cv-lo.ed hy any oU.tr w.akera la" In ti. snarsel, sad
liieh h will oispuas) cf sj; caaulaClurer't Mers, with lhe
bllitiontif csu-rwA. l-s..si rjim to pant. wow id ae
r,; 1 hi ; 'y auoii, as he 14 o lit crowded, and bbxhhs te
scl, te buc rukoi lor others very soon v specie!.
"WHSAT! WHIAT!! -200,011
U'ANTri) ta-an.l!y al IU tufS4 caahs-. Baf
'tHratshsisi tl dcaucd. t. t. bU'akV.
Uti No. 5 t'oiirf Mrec.
Al MHt (A MI I ? 0 Nir J. bo)W A Co"i
1 h.rd prvass-i ? laioicr TalWw Caoales tu al rw and kul
saJeby li'U W- u- O0HDON A CO.
0 NX A III It 1.1- W halea i Trian rvclory. Gt'
OsnV.wi, a hcat arucM, ui aK tr wk.al ksls tut
tk.ptuetil No., A, Urt U4 h
1. . li. boato.v a co.
l A P to w-cea No. I Bar ap la "e and r sale
V. II. OJklOM A CO.
N' . I.s -t o krgs Ihosahereer fails Iw store aa4
, !. k I J, J M: tiOKII'si a CO.
(l si H tl. lia)Baksk hwstcWBB ha-s tuat
I rwee.ivd aia ur saJs V. U. COauOh A CO.
i 1-Tinom: ! i:i:-tm k Bs-bte
Xi CM-.H.,jAsl Is
r ltd aoa Kir
eORPO.t A CO.
COTT 1 1 A It k fca Vt, 7i aad M
Coiiu karn oa th4 a-Ostrenl factonew. In store aad
mimI' Ijss) w. u. ton ik m a co.