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THE DAILY UNION.
JOEff I). m"RLEI&r EDITOR.
COFFEE nr miss, uabt l. lawso.v.
-AH sing the praise of ruby nine
. . Through crystal goblett flowing,
-And murmur of dtc purple vine
- 'Neath endless siunmcr,glosving
" .Jlowwellit charirei dtehcait-ul waniB,
. The soul in sunshine steeping -
' As beauty mirth, a hd Hopd's, bright bYrtii
Lay chained withjn its keeping.
- - Jfcjt 'liereforcgilfMlicicrapting drajgjif,
AVhui stains theiip jihat praises I
, Aiioetarfar iHOWjiure and street-
Tlie wearied tyirraTsw ;
, 'Twill tinge with Hjjm. care's, darkest night,'"' e
Like some divine libation ; - 4
- Joy fills the eye aa&hearfa beat high'
as-IJgncathitsinspiritien. ' '.-,1.
- "It ripptes through tlip silver sjwul, . '.C
In clear transparent china, .
Draught fresh from off the sparkling hearth.. - f
Br PhilKsor by Dinah.
limr rich the scene when softly blent
With cream, rich, thick and yellow,
Who?e currents glidif in mingled tide
Is pungent strength tomellow.
. Itstirs the flash of soul and sense,
Till wit and conreisc mingle ;
For mind's bestrays like sorrow's waves,
. o'er rush to meet us single ;
. Bright fancies strike on minds alike,
- That fade not with the fleeting.
For words that thrillgrow deeper still,
"When glance with glance is meeting.
"' It K-nJu within the melting soul,
? - - - - Time's lost or buried pleasures, .
OW friends, old books, old songs, old joys,
, l , And all life's garnered treasures ; v
r, r " Bercfrof pain, 'twill softly gain
Old Memory's haunted places,
While o'er us rise, in angel guise,
" , ' Soft smiles oa varnished faces.
' '' As one by one our guests depart,
Ieft with rcmembnmce only
Wo scarcely sigh that time flits by,
And leaves us sad and lonely.
Hope's morning breaks, and joy awakes,
Life's gloomy page to brighten,
As on our quiet, silent hearth,
The dying embers lighten.
Then on the pillow softly sinks
. The head with vision, teeming,
And many an Eastern pageant floats
Before our gorgeous dreaming;
To see life pass in funcy's glass,
With moon like radiance beaming,
It seeks the breast divinely blest
Through misty ilochi gleaming.
NEWS ITEMS, tc.
3?" We copied an articlu yesterday from the
New York Express which related a burglary com
mitted by two police officers. Here is another.
It occurred at New Orleans, and is told by the
A Robber Watchman. Samuel Ford, a recently
returned Califoruian, was met at 3 o'clock on Sun
day morning on Lafayette street, by Timothy Ne
ville, a policeman on duty, who robbed him of two
20 gold pieces, and gold dust worth $17 or $18.
Ford swears that Neville pretended to arrest him.
He then took from his purse which contained ten
20. gold pieces, and said they were counterfeit
After threatening to break deponent's head with
his club, he slipped two of the double eagles in his
glove, together with several lumps of gold, and re
turned the remainder. Deponent complained that
all his money was not returned, whereupon Neville
again state! that the money was counterfeit, and
that he had better look out lor his head. Deponent
then inducadhim to go to his boarding house, but
after being there a short time he suddenly left.-
Neville was sent before the fust district court for
trial. Eond fixed at 1,000.
Navy Yard. Commander Charles T. Piatt, of
iNew xorK, nas ueon ordered to the command of
the Memphis Depot and Dock Yard, in place of
apu xyuiiuiauu, wno nas ueeu granted leave ot ab
sence lor three months.
tW The New York IfrmU h
which it says is from a reliable source, that there is
no iounuauon lor uio report that the liepublic is to
be purchased and made the rnouth-mece of Gen.
Pierce, under the supervision of the editors of the
jNew Hampshire ralrwl. The General, it is un
.1 :u i : i. i' , .
ucawuu. win nut, uuiibiuur anv lournai as ins ea
pecial organ; but, on the contrary, will recognise
those newspapers as his organs Avhose conductors
have the abiat and enterprise to fully and hide
peudently reflect the interest and sentiments of
the masses ot the people of this country.
p Wo learn from the ."Montgomery (Ala.,)
Advertiser that the steamer Alabama, Cant Rob
erts, has been lea high and dry on the wharf at that
city, blie was to have lelt there on Thursday night
last, aua na'iner cargo on uoard, but in attempting
to back out from the wharf at an early hour in the
night it was discovered that the "water had sudden
ly receded and left her aground. All attemnts to
get her off were vain, and she is now entirely out
of the water, with no prospect of being set afloat
again until a rise in the river of many feet, or a
, Railroad to b.v FitANCisccChatfleld. Church
& Go., have asked the N. Y. Legislature to ' grant
uiuui u, uaanui ui 3xuujUuu,uuu capital to DuiIU a
rauroau w san i-rancisco. ualubrmar
Caloric Engine. We learn from the New York
'Sun that since the successful operation of the engine
on the ship Ericsson, an association of gentlemen
uu u uuiil a new caionc engine under the direction
and plans of Mr. Phmeas BennhL This engine has
been m operation lor a short time past, and 35
pouuus or power nas already been obtamcd. Mr.
- Jiennet thinks it will be practicable to work it with
Union Course Racing Match Two-Mile Heats
xn Mamess. riie match was Jor 500 a side, be
tween John Burnett, driven by James Eoff, and
Lady Mack, under the "tooling" of W. Peabody
and when the state of the track, which, owing to
the hate rains, was fetlock deep in mud, is consid
ered, it will be remarked that the time was fully as
gooa as could nave ueen expecwa lrom the reputa
tion of the horses.
The match was decided in three beats, Lady
Mack taking the first in 5:40, lhe two last being
. won by John Burnett in 5:59 and 0:00. M O.
Orescent, Jan. 11.
- EST At the Court of Assizes of the Ardethe,
recently, a young French girl, Marie Faure byname,
was sentenced to five years imprisonment, with
...hard labor, for robbing her sister Victorie, on the
pnbhe highway, of 430C The prisoner effected the
robbery ia the girb of a beggar-man.
0-Letters from T-eipsic state-that the betrothal
of the Emperor of Austria with the Princess Marie
Sidoni, one of Uie daughters of the King of Saxon v,
will be soicmuized dunng the visit of his Imperfa
Majesty to the court of Dresden.
ipon tne lennessee and ALohjimn T..:ij-r7-
n.- ' ru. i,j.!,i-, , . -"uuau ativt-
? '- "
AcciDENT.-We learn that on3 of the laborers
employed by Messrs. W,kon, Field Jfe w.n
imu iiu, uugn broken and was other
wise injured on Monday last, by the fall of an em
bankment at winch he was working. The sufferer
in an Irishman but our informant did not learn his
name. FranUin Home Press.
.TEaphael's LovE-Zore at Firsi Sight Exemplified
hy JiaphaelRis window overlooked the Arden
of the adjoining house, and there Jm saw aTovehr
jjgirl who mingled herself among the beautiful flow
ersj he saw her lave her beautiful feet in the lako
hefell passionately in love. He is said to have
Jje.en.so passionately enamored of her beauty that
ihe never could paint unless elie was by his side
' The'lincaments of that fair form s-till live in some of
eliis'snblime productions; and thus while she gave
ins-jiration ;he conferred imrrtortality.XarfjVs'
"V, f, i
SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 22.
"DANIEL "WEBSTER-POST MORTEM EXAMINATI01 .
"The Louisvillo Journal contains a verj interestir
article, embodying the principal facts ascertaine
Jqtlorost mortem extimination-ofDanielAY'ebste - v
Thpsc. facts are obtained- from a recent paper pul
UmSy Mr. Webster's physjeiap, ,,Dr. Jeffrie.
1. rum U1U tCt ill IIUIU UU VUIIUVill.?. uiv iliiA-
f-.fprthe last, eighteen or. twerify years of his lif
Mr. Wju-b3tec.'.vasafii!ctcd.vith an obstinate da-.
rhoca: and fdf Ttbtfutthe.- same spacer qfjJine x?. 1
annually visuect wiut.a cauimuu; aureuuu, uuu
inencing about the middle of August, and continu,
jpVuntil the .first of pctobcr.. In lSol he was a
tacked -with gout, from which he was, relieved 1 .
the judicious treatment of Dr. Jeffries, lie wei
'to Washington in September, and resumed h 4
labors, but was under- medical trcatmcntduring tl
J winter. In -April, 1852, he returned, to Marsl '
field to recruit his shattered health.
-in vkiay, says the Journal) Mr. cosier w.
Jjhpq wn from his wagon, and fell with violence upc
r4 life-hands-and head. He was insensible for asho
lime, butgoon recovered consciousness. The marl
of a violent shock-were, so great upon the forearm
'even .on the fourteenth day after the fall, that it
1 1. -impossible to shut out the suspicion that the hear
X-jylnch struck the ground violently,-probably su
tained serious injury. Yet, on the eighteenth d;f
after the accident, Mr. Webster addressed the ci'.'
zens-of Boston, inFaneuil Hall, in a speech th
was greatly admired. In July, Mr. Webster r.-.
ceived the honors of a public reception in Bosto
and. his speech on the Common betrayed no wa
of that intellectual vigor and power that had Ioi
characterizecHhe orator. He was ill at the tim
and had. to undergo medical treatment to' enab
-him to carry himself safely through the efforts inc
dent to the occasion. The object of these detai
will soon appear.
T'he postmortem examination was made by D
J. B. S. Jackson, and no man in this or any otln
country commands a higher degree of profession,
respect 'and confidence. His opinions are entitle
to the highest regard.
The examination was commenced thirty-tw
hours after death. It is somewhat remarkable th:
the intestinal tube showed no sign of ulceration :
an explanation of the long continued diarrhoea, nc'
any ecchymosis explanatory ol the hemorrhages.
The liver was far from being in a healthy state
but its condition could not easily be conveyed t
the comprehension of non-professional readers.
The membranes of the brain were remarkablv
diseased. In the cavity of what is called the ar
achnoid membrane was a layer of fibrine coverin
almost entirely the convex portions ol both hemi5;
pheres of the brain. This layer was one-fourth i
an inch thick in some parts, and had made stron
adhesions to the membrane above it. The serous el-t
fusion into the membranes was quite large. Then-
was no eltused blood nor cysts m or about the ialse
membrane. The brain itself, was healthy. The
layer of fibrine was organized, .having blood vessels
in it visible to the naked eye.
The case of Mr. Webster is regarded by the
gentlemen concerned in the autopsy as unique,
The lesson, of which the membranes of this brain
presented an example, ha3 been often noticed, but
Air. Webster s is perhaps the only example in
which its existence betra'ed no sign in the impair
ment of the powers ol the, nervous system.. V e
are aware that statements have been made to show
that tills impairment was notorious, but their fal
sity is manifest in the fact that his medical attend-
ants, witn me most rigid scrutiny oi tne wnoie case
for more than-a month, had so little suspicion of
any disease of the brain, that the head would not
have been opened, except ior the purpose of meas
uring its capacity. This testimony must be re
garded as conclusive, and the fact proved by it is
certainly a remarkable one. It would have looked
impossible, until Webster's case proved differently,
for such extensive disease of the membranes of the
brain to exist, not only without exciting suspicion
of impaired mental power, without being so palpa
ble as to arrest the observation of the most unin
There is some little dubiety as to whether the
diseased condition of the membranes of the brain
was the result of the fall from the wagon in May,
or from the disorganized state of the blood, which
was dependent upon the diseased state of the liver.
To our mind, the question is of easy solution. The
disorganized blood, dependent upon tlie condition
of the liver, presented itself every where else in
Mr. Webster's body as a disorganized fluid, but the
layer in the brain was organized quite perfectly,
and to our mind this goes far to establish the re
markable fact that Mr. Webster retained the pow
ers of his mind from the Gth of May, when the fall
from the wagon caused the injury of the brain, to
the 24th of October, when he ceased to live. The
physicians engaged in the autopsy evidently look to
that injury as the origin of the disease of the mem
branes. Dr. J. Wyman gives tlie following as the meas
urements ot the carnial cavity:
Longitudinal diameter " -Transverse
- - - -Vertical
- - -
Breadth of occipital fossa .
Breadth of frontal fossa
5 G-8 do
0 4-8 do
4 G-8 do
' The circumference of the head was 23$ iuches,
and the distance from the meatus of one ear to that
of the other, over the.top of the head was 15 inches.
The capacity of the ca'rnium, determined according
to the method of the late Professor S. G. Morton,
was 122 cubic inches.
The weight was as follows in Troy weight .
Brain ----- 4 pounds, 1G pennyweights.
Cerebrum - - - - 3 lbs, 6 oz., 6 do
The measurements given above are almost with
out exception of unusual proportions. According
to Dr. Morton, the average diameters of Europeans
and Anglo-Americans are as follows:
Longitudinal 6A, transverse vertical 5.
The cranial capacity of Mr. Webster is tlie larg
est that has been recorded. Of G23 carnial meas
ured by Dr. Morton, including Caucasians, Mon
golians, Malays, Americans and Negroes, only four
instances occur in which the capacity exceeded one
hundred cubic inches; of these, the largest were one
English skull measuring 105, and one German 114
cubic inches, the latter being 8 cubic inches less
than Webster's. According to Dr. Morton, and
no higher authority has lived, the average capacity
of the Teutonicfamhy (includingEnglisb, Germans,
and Anglo-Americans) is 92 inches, and Webster's
cranial capacity was, consequently, 30 cubic inches
larger than the averaere of the creat Teutonic
The two superficial measurements of the head
were very nearly those of Cuvier; the circumference
of whoso head was 22 inches, 4 lines (French) and
the measurement from ear to ear over the top was
15 inches. The circumference of Napoleon's head
is reported to have been 23" inches.
JglpWc Jearn from a private letter to a gentle
man in this city, that Mr. E. Fisk, principal of the
Nashville Commercial College, died in Florence,
Booh Co., Ky , on the 14th insL
giT The Nashville arrived yesterday evening
from New Orleans. We are indebted to herder
for papers of the 13th. She leaves on her returii
trip this morning at 10 o'clock. .
glf'The Clarksville Chronicle announces tha-
Col. Henry will not accept tlie nomination, eithe
for' Congress or Governor.
gp'The Murfreesborough. iVeuwannounces th;
death," on the Island of St. Thomas, of Col. H. M.
Burton, formerly of Murfreesborough.
Pants Not a Legal Term. A man was tried a
Cambridge, Mass., a day or two since, for stealin.
a -pair of "pant3.J' The .theft .was proved, but" i
was claimed fortlie defence, that nonsuch; garmen .
a"pants1Wjwkn'pyh.;iii law. ; The pbjecti6nwa ,
atloVed'and the'TOmpVmt dismissed.--yJc ;
CORSES POND ECCE OP TOE SASHVIUX .DAILY CSION.
t LOLA 1IOXTEZ IN NEW ORLEANS ETCETERA,
fc New Orleans, -Tuesday, Jan. 11, 1853.
tpEAR'.-UNioN:" Well 1 we have seen her! iWbo?
Why Lola Montez, the Countess of Lansfeldt, to be
sure-.' Where and when? At Placide's Varieties
on Sunday night Duke N. C - and myself were
agreeably disappointed .in.her powers as an actress
and fascinated with her charming appearance Oh !
reaven l- shoistiil one oF
ownrirfit beautiful. By
eartlrV "ahgeli, evcnif
she has fallen. Can any one gaze miles dcepMnto1
F her flashing, fiery, dark eye?! and see love-imps rev
elling there and. not "fall in love"? And then ye
stars! the-brows tn!!y--?a-Gircassian and those
red roses still" blooming in lief facial garden tliSse
tempting hps those teeth that neck that but
we will go., no .farther; all -these combined have
truly a wonderful effect. Look at her admire, her
and you'll ' swear she is a' modern edition of
Egypt's ancient Queen Cleopatra. ' Charming, fas
cinating creature ! Why there are 'whole families',
-ofyouug men in this city love her on sight, only
she receives no farther advances.
We had the pleasure of seeing Lola in five eras
of her life (in a play entitled Lola Montez in Ba
varia,) as tlie Dauseuse, tlie Politician, the Counr
tess.-the Revolutionist and the Fugitive. Asa
Dansuese she proved, herself extra-extraordinary ;
and while pirouetting I observed my friend Duke
had his lorgnette fixed upon her knees, while I poor
modest man that I am didn't dare to look farther
down than the swellingoutlines of hersnowy nec1 .
Lola "is a trump" right bower, birds and all. She
was told a few days since thatBrigham Young had
twenty-six wives. Her oath and reply.was "Sucre
nom de dieu How can. lie manage them" ? As
Von Poppienheim says Lola is indeed a volcano
in love and an earthquake in anger. While she
was at Charleston a "Codfisby" Planter not loathing
like Byron that -'low vice curiosity," desired to
visit her. Ten o'clock the following morning was
set apart for his reception and surprise ! Lola at
that hour sat semi-dishaliUe in her drawing room
her legs cocked uponthe centre-table beside a glass
of brandy-ochat; clenched by her pearly teeth, be
twixt two rosy lips was a genuine Havana in
Danseuse "meditation fancy free," no doubt think
ing of her first step in life's ladder, while the fla
grant blue smoke was puffed away m wreaths, curl
ing to the ceiling -just then the Planter was an
nounced. Confidently and anxiously he advanced
a few steps Lola gave him a looh and asked "Do
you see me. sir ? '
Planter. Yes! e-s-s-ahem !
Lola. Well then ! You have seen- the Elephant,
and can go !
The Planter drew back in surprise and vamosed
san ceremony with less "noise" than 'confusion."
The reception of Lola Montez in New Orleans
has been warm and enthusiastic. For the past ei"-ht
. " o
nights large and fashionable audiences have graced
her performances, and she has been greeted each
night with unanimous applause. The ladies vow
they go only to see her large black eyes and dia
mond necklace that cost only forty thousand dol
lars a slight token of esteem from Louis, King of
Bavaria, for the privilege of kissing her hand for the
first time. It is probable she will visit Nashville
during her Western tour; if so, look out Tom, Dick
and Harry you 11 be certain to appre-sii-ato her
There are amusements of every description here
Julia Dean (the Nashville pet-star) at the Saint
Charles Circus Wax Figures French Opera
Donetti Troupe of acting Monkeys, Cats and Goats
-Campbell Minstrels, &c, tc. Last night we wit
nessed at the Orleans Theatre the admirable opera
of "Le Juive, accompanied by the thrilling strains
of navely's music.
The Levee presents truly a business appearance.
The numerous and valuable products of the Missis
sippi Valley are .piled "mountains high" in every
direction. The city is crowded and jammed with
k 1 .? ... r. t .1 .
man can pass ins time quae pleasantly nerc n
he has no troublesome love or business engagements
morning papers a bath breakfast at the Veran
dah a ride to the Lake behind a "fast crab" din
ner on Ponchartrain return to the city Cham-
paigne, cellery, duck and the et ceteras to be found
at Holbrooks a genuine Havana arm and arm
with a friend to the. opera, and there having the
eclgtautes of the city belles gazing at you through
their lorgnettes if a "modest man" how "bad" you
feel. When the opera closes, what then ? Why
then then go to bed quietly and lonely as I shall
in five minutes.
I cannot close this letter without recommending
to persons desirous of visiting New Orleans, the
steamer "Nashville?' Captain Bellsnyder and her of
ficers-are gentlemen, and the waiters very attentive.
We had a delightful trip down. Yours. truly,
M. K JAY.
The Press. We had the pleasure of meeting, on
Thursday, G. T. Henderson, Esq., of theMurfrecs-
boro' News, and R. S. Saunders, Esq.,' of the Shel-
Slaves in the United States. The -census sta
tistics show that the number of slaves in the United
States was G97,S7$ , in 1790, and in 1850 it was
3,170,589, showing an increase of 2,481,091 since
1790. From 1830 to 1840, Hie annual increase of
slaves was 47,831, and from 1840 to 1850 it was
69,223, and from 1850
as much as 80,000. The
United Suites in 1820 was 1,538, 12S, which is about
half the amount of tlie present slave population.
It thus appears that tlie slave population of this
country has been doubled within tlie last thirty
years. The increase of slaves within the last ten
years was 692,234, and it is probable tlie increase
will be S00,000 during the next ten years. In
1860, the slaves will be about 4,000,000. At the
end of the next thirty years, they will be about six
millions and a half, and at the commencement of
the next century they will not fall far short of thir
VT The New York Herald says that the doc
uments brought to light by the removal of the in
junction of secrecy upon the ratification of tlie
Clayton and Bulwer treaty, in the Senate, effectu
ally put the quietus upon the recent statements of
ex-secretary Clayton. The majority of senators
are sustained in their declarations that the treaty
was ratified in utter ignorance of the codicil which,
gives to Great Britain the right of sovereignty over
Ruatan and the adjoining islands. Even President
Taylor himself understood the document to mean,
in so many words, that neither the British nor any
other foreign government had any possessory rights
whatever in Central America.
"Washington, Jan- 20. Tho difference of opinion
between Senators Cass, Hunter and Mason, relative
to the Monroe doctrine, has caused considerable
SDeculation as to effect the arrangement of forcijm
questions, and tlie Cabinet Mr 'Soule will speak
on Tuesday next, ana n is supposeu ne win sustain
A young man by the name of Holder, convicted
notions siuceof stealing a coat, and sentenced to
lail, in thisipiace, nun? nimseir oy means oi a nana-
Fk"ercliief,. sometime between 8 and 10 o'clock-on to
?da"v. Shelbvville Exvositor. ev"'-i
tolSGOit will probably be "V'S 1200 bales, were disposed ot; but subsequently
number of slaves in the demand, aud several round lists were disposed of. which
Washington, Jan. 20. In the Senate yesterda;
Mr. Phelps of Vermont, appeared arid was swoi
" The Military Academy bill-was passed.-
Mr. Cass' resolution, re-affirming theMonroe do;
trine, was debated by Mr. Mason, in oppositioBC
"Mr. Cass responded. . :
Air. Dixon gave notice that he would move tor
fer the Bulwer treaty to the committee bh'Forelj'i"
flairs, ana to report it the- treaty has been vi.
-which tlie Senate adjourned. .
T i ti- i xr v t r t xr.'t?
In the House theew lork Branch Miilb
was; debated till the expiration MoL the morniP
A message was received . froiii the'Bresidcn
'communicating intelligence of-the refusal qTti
Florida Indians to remove. Also, information
the "Amistead" negroes claitn'on Spain for valu
And asks immediate action 011 these subjects. '
'After an unsuccessful attemnt to take un tl
French Spoliation bill, the House adjourned.
St. Lous, Jan. 20. Yesterday the steamer Nc
England took fire; and the flames were commju,
cated to the steamers Lucy and Brunette, all .
which were destroyed. Loss $52,000
New York-, Jan. 20. The whig caucus -in Rlw
Island has nominated Samuel G" Arnold' for Unite
State Senator. The Senate bv a oartv' vote refust '
to go into the election. """.,' ....
A large Jot of goods belongingtD" the " Wanvir
Clyde Print Works were destroyed by fire
Thursday. Loss $25,000 . .
LoursviLLE, Jan. 209 P. M:Th'e Louis vil
HoteVis now oafire no Celling where the: fire w '
be checked it is still spreading. -.
Mr. King's Letter to Mr. Clayton. The Whi
"press are very generally publishing a short notit ..
from Mr. King, the Chairman of the Committee v'o
Foreign Affairs, in the Senate, at the time the Cei.
tral America treaty was negotiatedby Clay ton witl
MrBulwer, in order to show that the Senate did un
derstand that British Houduras was not includec
in the tenns of the treaty, and thus relieve Mr. Clay
ton from the censure" to which he has been sub
jected, for assenting to that construction of it, that
excepted Honduras from its provisions. They
do not state, however, that the lettei'only re
ferred to the previous temporary right that Great
Britain had long enjoyed, of cutting dye wood in
Belize, which the terms of the treaty was not in
tended to abridge, and that Mr. King expressly can.
tioned him not to use any language that would ad
mit the right of Great Britain to sovereignty over
any part of Honduras. The publication of Mr.
King's letter only renders the case still stronger
against Mr. Clayton, instead of relieving him in the
least. Memphis Enquirer.
Coolness and Courage. A fire occurred on
Mondayafternoon, last week, in one of the school
houses in New York, in which there were at the
time two thousand cliildren Miss MilK the prin
cipal of the female department, in whose room
were GOO little girls, first observed the smoke arirf
fire slowly breaking through the wood work, and,
with great presence of mind, quietly advanced and
stood before it, to hide the fire from the view of
her pupils. While in this position she dismissed
tne school in a manner not calculated to excite any"
I -i,.r o it. .. i!i.ii 1 ii 11 . 1
suspicion of the little ones, and 'they all went out
by the various stairwaj'3 m perfect safety. . In the
meantime she had informed the Principal of thy
male, department, who managed to impart the in"-'
formation to the other teachers in all parts of the
scnooi without any alarm or excitement: aud with
in the space of twenty minutes the entire two'
thousand scholars had reached die street, without a
single one of them receiving the lca&t injury.. I'heu
the alarm was given to the citizens and the fire
men were soon on the grouud, in time to save the
A Bear's Escape from a Railroad Car. On
Friday last a bear which had been purchased in
New York by A. Carolton & Co.. of this city,
while on board the Stonington freight train of cars,
broke through the cage in which he was confined)
and knawed out the window of the car in which
he was riding, and escaped near the Davisville de
pot, without the knowledge of any one onboard
the train. The old fellow, after extricating him
self from the train, which must have been rather a
novel experiment for Sir Bruin, took up his quart
ers near tlie road for "prospecting." He was first
seen by Mr. John Remington, who came upon him
unawares, and judging from the appearance of sun
dry grimaces made by Old Grizzly that there was
danger there, he left him in a manner thatanneared
I 1, im 1 . , -tt . n x K ,
yKilj "luua nive a quicK-scep. lie intormcu -Mr
I (II A ... j . 1
Tones Austin of the new comer, who joined him"
in tne hunt, armed and equipped, and alter a short
search he was found and shot by Mr. Austin, ne
weighed 300 lbs. and C03t 1 a lb. or $300.
Providence Journal, 10th inst.
Married. At the residence ofOrvifle Ewing,
Esq., on the evening of the 20th inst, by the Rev.
Dr. Wharton, H. M. Wiiitaker, M. D., of Mont
gomery Co., to MissSAVun E. Williams, of this city.
Nashville, Jan. 21.
Cotton Sales to-day were quite heavy, though buyers
were less eager to enter the market, restrained by the un
favorable news from below, and disposed to await the steam
ear's news, which was due to-dav. Sales sum up at 1100 or
1200 bales at prices ranging from 8 35 to 8 62.
NEW ORLEANS MARKET.
From the JSew Orleans Price Current, of January 12.
Cotton Our last report left the market almost without de
mand, with prices little more than nominal, sis buvers gene
rally did not seemprep ired to pay the rates which had been
claimed for a day or two previous, and most parties were
awaiting the America's advices, which were hourly looked
C Ki- lnlnrm.nl. .. UM.n nn.l T) ...I. .
and Public Offices were closed, but there" was nevertheless
some little business done, the sales being about 40u0 bales,
at rates in favor of buyers. On Monday, there still being no
later European advices, the market wore a very dull and
heaw annearunce. the maioritv of buvera keuninjr nW.
while others came forward for limited parcels only, to fill
small orders and meet freijrht enrasements, &c. "Thus the
sales were confined to about 5000 bates, at easier and irregu
lar nriccs. Yesterday the market asruin onened very lan
guidly, and up to about noon only a few parcels, scarcely
swelled the day's business to about 13,000 bales ; making a
total for the three days of 22,000 bales, taken for Great Bri
tain, France, Spain, the Continent and the North. As re
gards prices, we have already remarked that they were irre
gular, and generally in favor of buyers. Tliis was the case
up to noon yesterday, the decline being fully an Xa) cent
from the rates current last week, but the revival of the de
mand after receipt of tho America's advices broucht. the
market nearly to its former position, and we have but slight
alterations io ma&e iu our quotations.
NEW ORLEANS CLASSIFICATION,
(assuiilatixgto that op uveetool.)
Inferior flf fi"r
Ordinary to Good Ordinary 7 " m r
Low Middling 8 8&
Good Middling ;
Middling Fair nominal.
Fair '. nominal.
Good Fair V." nominal.
Good and Fine ; nominal.
Tobacco The enquiry in the Tobacco market has not vet
resulted in an transactions of moment, and -the only sales
we have to notice are 5 hhds at 7, 8 at C.and 10 (new crop)
at 5a5fo lb.
P. S. After the foreffoins: was in type we obtained the
following farther sales, being the largest transactions for
some six weess past a nnus at 4, ii at o, ana l at ; 26
hhds at 5: 1G at oif: 178 hhds. of which 49 at 5. 1 at aVA. 100
atC and 28at6c91b.
Scmmart of Cotton According to the New Orleans Price
Current of January 12th, the total receipts of Cotton at all
the ports since September 1st, 1852, amount to 1,589,873
bales, ngain3tl,129,34.1 to the same dato last year, making
nn increase of 460,532 bales. Total exports to foreign ports
819,137, against 556,282 to the same date last year; increase
this year 262,855 bales. Total exports to Northern ports,
297,860, against 322,317 to the same date last year; decrease
this year So.067 bales. Stock on hand and on shipboard at
all tho porta 5.95,586 against 425,930 at same date fast year;
increase this year 169,656 bales.
New York, Jan, 20. London exchange yesterday, 9a9J
Flour 12,000 bbl3. State 5 50; Ohio ?5 62a5 75. Corn,
mixed, 75. Mess pork 18. Lardllall.
Cixcinxati, Jan 20.- -Flour yesterday p. m 4 85a4 '40.
Bulk Hams 8a9. Shoulders G. Leaf lard 10. "Whisky
Pittsburg. Jan. 20 M. River 5 feet in the channel and
New York, Jan. 20. Flour S5 a5 50.. Corn, white. 7la
VS. (.rorjtana Juara uncuangea. . - . --.v
T.l IT J 1 J ' '
f!rvci'VA'n.'Jan.""20. M. The river. has fiil'en 9'ffwt
Flour 1200 bbls. at $f"40. iAVbi7203ir;5Provisionr
1, Republic,- Glarksville; Nashville, New,Or-
121, Cumberland, .
Droi rvrr-nrc Oi Tit-lnM P.iitifw,v
Clarkmlle; ""Mustang-, P&duc&h.
River falling 5 feet on the shoals.
-J.-S. CHARLES AND D. T. ASH, Iuaxacees.
SATURDAY- EVENING, JANUARY 22, will bo prcsent-
el the Coniedv of the Soldier's Daughter Frank
J. S. Charles Governor, Heariall, 3Ir. J.
iV viTn 1 T V 0 A , ; '"VA
ly.Jlrs. Cantor Mr. J. S.. Charleswulteiite.lffwi-aAtfr
,ajmU.... Comic Son- br Mr: Invin . . . .Ta conclude with
-tluj-'lauslmblo farce of sfn&mr mui nnishnr-Sanin.
so" SlnsltcKMr. Durh-ngo Dinah Blowhard, Mrs. Dvke.
5jr Admission Box and Puniuatte cents Seccnd
' Tier 0 cents Colored Hav so mniirvw? fj-itirt-"-
; . Doors open at X to 7 Curtain will risij at V past 7.
I janH!) 1
TA1VA'EE. -To cIoh; tha partneiship, the
t -f-. ...w; .i. , """W iavLu AJj&a
CANADIAN STALLION. Apply io
W. R EIZJSTO
Fvoi of Srmd .gr&t, Directly opjxuiu tie 3imiU
ZatdiH'j, Jihfhciilf, Tenn.
J. L. GRACE, Proprietor.
"pJIE undersigned, thankful for the very liberal
I nah-onsire bestowed on this Hou.e since he
opened it to the public in March lost, and most re-
: snecifullv solicits a continuance of oublic fkvor. To the
I bbardmg and traveling community, he would say, that ha
T is nmv'preparcd to give them accommodations equal to any
.hotel in the city, having procured theJervioas of polite and
' attentive clerks, experienced waiters, and first rate cooks.
f The rooms arc large and pleasantly situated, commanding
1 a beautiful view of the river and buiiness operations of the
city. Persons wishing to travel by the river this house af
fords superior advantages; being located
' ImmtJiaUly at tiit Jjmdlag.
The traveller who stops here need never loose his chanco
of the first boat. Baggago will always be conveyed to and
, fr jm Steamboats by the servants of the house, free of charge
t Bills nlwtiys mcdemie. vin22 J. L.ORACK.
IT'OR SALE. We will Sell at auction nn Aitnrrinr
JL the 22d-inst.. at-tlu? Cmirt.HniKA tn.oi.fnr fr-ii. .,
ly WOMAN, good cook, washer, 4c., and her girl child,
live years old. jau2a WILLIAMS & GLOVER. J
NEW AND FRRSII ARRIVALS, BY
CURREY & JIARTIN.
On EM IS TVS' A XD DRUGG1S TS, '
No. 85, UNION STRBKT, NASHVILLE, TENX.
-i 9 Gross Kowney's English Oil Colors, for
JL-Z,- Artists, in metalic tubes. These Colors are pre
pared by Rowney fc Co., London..
G.OOO Lbs. Pure White Lead Raw and burnt
Umber, Lltramariue Blue, Linseed Oil, Spirits of Turpen
tine, ic, &c.
1 Gross Dr. S. O. Richardson's Sherry Wine
Bitters a pleasant Tome recommended in many of the
diseases caused by derangement of the organs of Digestion.
1-2 Gross Bogles, Hyperion Fluid, and Bxcrt's
Tricopiiehous or Medicated Compocxd; both unrivalled for
their eilicacy ia restoring, preserving and adorning the
G Gross Preston & Ulcrrill's Flavoring Extract
of Vanilla, Orange, Lemon, Almond and Rose warranted
pure and fresh.
l-i Gross Preston & Hlon-ill's Yeast Pnu'ilirs
Unsurpassed for their convenience for culinary purposes. J
1, Uale New Hops Growth of lia, j
.Also a new ,uil imu1h assortment of FANCY AR-
ULl-ihis, which with our alrondv lurm; stock of
- . .GARDEN. AND. - -
' PAINT'S, OILS,
Render our stock in trade now complete. For sale low for
...1. Ml 1 . - . i- . ,
taaii, ur uu nourai terms 10 puacsuui dealers,
jan 21 . GURRY k MARTIN
NASHVILLE FEMALE .ACADEMY.
rpHE first or Spring Session of 1358 will commence Mou
X dav, Jan. 24th.
Parents may find here well-tried and competent Teach-
ura in every ucpuraueui 01 iiuucation. Tlie yard is now
more private and belter adupted to Educational purposes
t "a uciuic. u.viciiait v auu vuiuauie improve-
rii t . . . . .... ,
im-iiu ui int.- past year, we nuu greauy i.iciniaie all the op
erations of our Classes, particularly those connected with
.Music and other ornamental branches. o believe that if
parents could be brought to reflect upon the health of their
uangniers, incv wouiu ueinaua, to tlie exclusion of any sin
gle branch of Education, the advantages which mav be so.
cured in our Department of Physical Exercises. We again
nit ne our pan uns m visit us, 10 witness uiose exercises,
ami juuguiur mei'iMuves. jansi 31 u. It. JiLtilUTi.
AUCTION SALE OF GROCERIES by PHILLIPS &HAET.
ON TBUKSDAY MORNING, the 27th inst., we will
offer for cosh in front of our Auction House:
loo Iiluis Sugur;
200 bugs Rio CofTec;
50 bags Laguyra Coffee;
50 barrels .Molasses:
100 hf "
25 casks Sod;
50 barrels Mackerel;
85 lif "
50 bxs Soup:
5') " Tallow Candle.;
25 " Star do;
75 barrels C. 1). Wiisky;
50 do A. M. Brandy;
25 do Vineirar:
150 rms Wrapping Paper;
b5 bxs Manufiict'd Tobacco:
ALSO French and Gennun Cordials, Liquors, Brandy,
Fruits, Indigo, Miulder, Peper, Spice, Alum, Rabins, Fisrsr
"7t7"ANTJ3D I WANTED! !-We wish to hire 10
T ab!e-bouieu Negro Men to work on a Farm in Bed-
10m county, near the Kailroad, for which we will give good
i'""--! 4jr an c--viiou-s uu uicut iiuill aim 10 llie CUV
janlD. ILLIAilS & GLOVER.
TjRESlI CLOVER SEED. 25 barrels Pennsyl-
i nuiu vyiuier xuu, just receiveu ana iorsaie low oy
junlO STRATTON, SMITH & CO., Broadway.
WELL!, Agent for the sale of Lwdueth's Shees,
. at Nashville, hasjuatreceived Large mppl. jan 17
TIIS FORD & McCO.lIliS liave associated iiTtho
practice of Medicine.
.pARRYALL FOR SALE. A first rafe newcus-
j torn made carryall tor sale cheap for cash, by
rpRUNKS, &c Extra fine Leather Trunks. A'elvet
X and Brassed Carpet Bags, Leather mid Drugcot Carpet
-"S ,jua. ictuicu nuu ior aiu oy
janai W. MEREDITH.
1UUJ1U UI.U'i'iiS Kicii and splendid Crumb
j t-ioins, wmi Uorilors, just to hand and tbr sale bv
jau21 W. MEREDITH.
HATS. Wool Hats iust received and for
VV sale by
BED BLANlvETS Extra line Bed Blankets, just
received and for sale by
janai W. MEREDITH.
for sale by jan21
-Just received this da' and
AH widths, just received and for sale
jan21 W. MEREDITH.
FROM OUR MANUFACTORY IN PHILADELPHIA;
A BEAUTIFUL LOT of Black and Fancy CASSIMERE
PANTALOONS, of new styles, and made m the best
manner expressly for our retail sales in Nashville.
We have also a beautiful assortment of Black and Fancy
colored DRESS, FROCK, and SACK COATS, with a full
stock of Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods of the finest and most
costly articles : such as GLOV ES, SUSPENDERS, CRA
VATS, STOCKS, WHITE SHIRTS, of superior quality.
Also Davies and Jones' SHOULDER SEAM SHIRTS, of
different qualities; UNDER SHIRTS aud DRAWERS of
various qualities and materials. Gentlemen can depend up
on being supplied at any time with good Goods, and at rea
sonable prices, by calling at our establishment on Cedar
street, near the Post Office.
jan20 CLIFTON k ABBOTT.
G. IV. KIRBEE,
Piano Tuner and Repairer,
rat to: Jas. i)iinrons.J. u. w
Stores. Union Street.
Orders from the country will be promptly attended to.
jan 20 dtw&wly.
I7OR RENT. A good Office on Cherry- street opposite
? Stretch's Drug Store. t . 1
Also, several good residences in different parts of the
Also, a finely improved Farm, on the Murfreesboro' Turn
pike, Smiles from the city.
Also, a well improved Farm, 3 miles from tlie city, on the
Charlotte Pike, 80 acres dbod tillable land; and we also have
for hire some good Cooks, House Girls, Nurses, and two
good Men. jan!9 WILLIAMS & GLOVER.
NOTICE. NASHVILLE MANUFACTURING" CO.
An election for seven Directors to manage the affairs
of tho above Company wdl be held at the office of the Com-
iiany, on Water street, on Wednesday the second day of
'ebruary next, betweenthe hours of 9 and 4 o'clock.,
jan IS td J. THOMPSON, Agent.
TRU2TKS, VALISES, and CARPET BAGS.
WE have just received a large andnncas- ffi?iriTii
sortment of Trunks, Carpet Bag3 and jPYfr4i4
Leather Traveling Trunks and Valises, also of Saxony. Brus
sells, Vfilton and common. Carpet Bags, which we will sell at
low prices. it.S. HOLL1NS & CO.,
janlO . Corner of College and Union sf3., Nashville,
FOR SALE. A likely Negro man, 25 years old; at
boys, 19 years old; a woman and two children, geod
cook, ironer and washer. Low for cash or good paper, on
short date. Apply to JOS. W.DABBS,
dec22 a , i Cedar street, Naahyille.
SD. G. RCJMSEY, City Atictlouecr.
OSIe at ArArMcLean's, on Cherry Street; nor 16-3m.l .
ItEratTO: Jas. DiggonJ. tl. West. Dealers in Pianos- l faiui uuuus tiian tney nave ever lierctofore hnd it
Music II. S. Saroni, G. M. Taylor. J. K. OdI. W.l m their power to offer to the retail trade Feelimr nmh.
J. Gomez, Profs. Music. dent of theirability togivc entire satisfaction, they solicit an
dersat Mr. West's. Diztrons or Morton's Musm inspection of their stock and an examination of thi'irtirJr.u
"Wj T. BERRY & CO. have recently received full scs cf
THE NORTH CAROLINA LAV,r AND EllCilY RL
Martin aad2d Haywood's Law and Equity, lr.
Oarolina Law Repository and Taylor's- Term, iv.
3Iurphey'3 Law and Equity, 3v.
Hawk's Law and Equity, 4r. . -..
Devereux's Law Reports, 4y.
Dcvereux's Eqnitr Reports, Sv.
Devereux and Baitles Iaw, 4v. in Z.
Dovereux and Bullies Equity, y. ;
- Iredell's Law, llv. ?-., .
Iredell's Digest, 3V.- " v
TFIE TENNBS3BK REPORTS, ercbnMWg-r-4
th and 5th Ilarwood.
Overtffli s Tcnnesee Rurt?, 2v. ,
Yerger's Reports, lQvi
Meigs's Reports, lv. , (
lluniplsreyis Reports, 13
Melg's Digest, 2nd vel. -
"V".T, B. JcCo. have ateoou lnd a-fijT.uv Co.
7ioz, among which are .
, Daniel's Chancery Pleading: MtdkPrMiltqftr.
Leading Cases in Equity, St.' ' -Smitli's
Leading Case, nesv. eliJfiiu .,""'
American Leading Case, Sv. -
Greealeafs Cruise on Real Prsperff grt?&' t
Crabb on Real Property, 2v. ' "
Greenleaf on Evidence, 2v. ,
Jannaa on Wills, new edition, 2v. " "r"".
"WiHiams on Executors, 2v. . , ,
Brady's PInin Advice o the !HdkingtiHfi.
. . Qhristie's Concise Precedents of Willi- t-i
Wigram on the isnvtt" I)fecoery.
Rennet's Treatise on the Appointment, Oflite, and D
of a Receiver in Chancery,
Lonvier's Iiw Dictionary, Sv.
Bonder's Institutes of American Lawf-iw'
Burrill's Law Diotionnrv, v-. - - - -
Kent's Com men furies, new editYon;. HZj'.
T?nivli 111 nnr,oniiifIvf-',Pflli ' -
Adam's Equity, with Amcriaui Nirf.'. .-
Russell on Crime?, 2v.
Roscoe's Criminal Evidence, new citiN:
Cliitty's Pleading, 3v.
Chitty on Contracts; CWtty on Bills.
Bright on Husband mid Wjf, Sv.
United States' Digest, Sv. '
United States' Equity Digest, 2v.
"HANGOUT THE 3AIINZ2 ON OUTWARD WALLS.
The cry is still they come I Who comes
TTTHY the customers come to be sure, amid the-
? t co otnerwise, ana wlien tnev see the rge
extensive stock of Gtcat Fssltioaabft Ready
a::J is A
.M ... ?
Clothing, just -irriving from the Bastem Markets, to e T"-
rate which would puzzle DethiwUwuo
LIKEWISE trnc assortmen of Gent's fnn)'h'--
law, cvnstiii u cine oiiirvs, umierRirt IMiv -r- C
rs, Ilandkw-chiefs, Hats, Cap, Trunks, Vslises A -
All of which will be soW si tiiui.-mHr kv prr0 4 t
Twniresfce Chrtlmg Deji, Market stmt, tmm-os o- I '
N. B. Not to be -old nr imdersoKl bv nay man o-. t
mitfon of men. " j j
L. P0VE35' CLOTHIKG EMPOSIUMr
pa Market Street, a few doors from Walk' Brag S:-r:
IS just in reeeijit, and have or Itaad a siipeiior Io; t i 0
ttemen'snnd i'outh's CLOTHING, which is otK.-i .1 i
saieoniermsinai wilt be p-lectly subsfeotory. l.lSe
tablishmcnt is determined lo fttruteh evr- V'.. v,.
site to adorn the outer mau and ntrnko hini an whject . f t J
ininition to his friends, and give hiai a passport aino;. tti e
"bon ton." In addition to the above is kept o;i half t e
latest style of Hats and Cape, with a largo asaorfu cf
Trunks, Valises, ic. j .
FASHIONABLE CLOTHING AND TAILORING ESTAB-
Cfdar Mreef. it it dix.ris f,uri iht fuUL- ,
"VTTHERE may be found a choice and well selecte Mi
T , siock 01 tlotlis, Liwimcres and Ve-Htings, all kH
of which will be made up to onfcr iu the mogtFaoh- if
iuiiuuiu 01 vie auu ai iw nori notice as can be done liiay
city m the Uniou, aud at prices to suit tlie times.
'Ready Marie C'lothinir Couts iv.,iInf
all kinds. A tine assortment of 3fnn i.Mr..iui..'..,.
Goods: Silk aud Merino under Shirts, Sfaiits, backs'
Gloves, Suspenders. Cravats. Pockvt irnn.llMw.t. ..( c :i-
.,m.i ci.:. 11 tt.i-'i u kJ
iiiivv, jiuik lunula, uuiunMiav, tic,
!5f Garments cut at the shortest uoiice.
jan a) TIIOS. J. HOUGH. A
TUST RECEIVHSD.-T. J. JLaigl, is now reo vir
ft nnd openmcr his Pall and Winter trv .v JH-
Cloth, CuMtnure, 1'ettiny, dr., in great -rarieJy and ( f
IatesL-i styles. Also, a superior lot of ltiif v ST.,t..ri.,t 1,
thiiiir, and Gentlemen s Fumishiiw f!.wifUtr. uit r ,u
tie invites the attention of his fiwmU an.t (i.a..i.i
T. J. xiOUGIJ.
J , y r.u.iv superior aSfHH-tiiie nt of sea
sonable Ready iHadti fMotliJn.' auii..nr
r iik?m r i.iivitirriv ' :
Black Cloth Frock Coats; Biaok Drop d'Elat sJcks
Colorcd " " n....tu. '
n" Sacks; Fancy Cassimefe do;
Buh, white and figured Marseilles Vesn..
And a variety of othor clot'nitiw mh
ciegwii assoriment. t j. fQ
1 . , . ' . C ' . H.iL U-.U
J. 110 UGH.
rnilOaiAS P. WILLIAMS Report "of F..in.w
JL and Tailors' Magazine, for the Fall of 1852.
J1,n T. J. HOUGH, Agent.
HARTFORD LIFE INSURANCE COM PA NY URT
FORD. CONNECTinrrr '
Luies Dixoy, Pres. uvx L. Millxc. SecV.
Capital and Surplus S300.000.
IssuitASCB on lives of white
and mutuHlplnn. J
Also. insurance on the lives ofNegroe, on reasonable
terms. s li i (inMis:
jan 15-gm Aee'ut.
TLLUSTIlATiJD NEVS. No. No.
JL ,ot this maguihcent illustrated news paper ha- bee:, rc
cpived. Subscriptions received and single t-ooes for salf I.y
I17 F. ilAGAN, Agent..
JUST .RECHyjSD BY D. TRIGG. Bradtr.-iy
, r...i. r. a J '
20 bxs W. R. Raisins, fresh:
20 half boxes W. R, Raisins;
25 boxes Cheese;
25 bbls Molasses;
iv ooxs uxihso;
25 boxes Dried Herring;
3 tierces Fresh Rice;
25 doaeu Buckets, painted;
50 dozen Brooms:
25 baes Coffee:
25 boxes Tallow Candles:
Also Teas, Matches, Bed Cords, Roe Herring, Muckere'
ic., &z , which will be sold cheap for Cash or Barter. '
CLARK- STREET COACH HANTJFACTOEy!
THE PROPRIETOR of this establishment r.irag
begs leave to inform the public and his n!H &t lfeT
customers, that he still carries on the Couch and Uu"
gy business in all its various branches, viz: Coach Painhn"
Wood Work, Trimming. Blacksmith im-. irnm. Moi-:.,!.'
and Finishing. All work sold by me is made at the Clark
Street JIanufactory and warranted.
I now have on hand, and for snli. Tomtit-
Rockanys, Barouches, Trotting Buggies, Sulkies and
bciiool Omnibuses. In my work all of the newest fashions
and latest siyles ore introduced and warranted.
All Orders fur new work attended to with promptness
and despatch liavmg good workmen in mv employ.
Repairing done with promptness and despat h, and
my customers may rely on getting their work when prom
scd. uu A STOUT,
janL tnwly Clark Street, Nashville, Tenn.
Goods a$ Wfnolesale.
"71 TORGAN & CO. are now receiving and opening
liJL large and an unusually attractive stock of SPRING-
uuujjo, emoracing a mucn larger variety, aiiancjicrstrliM
bj those desirous of purchasing.
WHISKY ! WHISKY ! !-20 btlrreisRoieI
line Robertson county Whisky, just received and for
ale by jan!3 STRAT'lON, SMITH k CO.
IT'OR SALE A large and elegant BRICS?SS
?. HOUSE, on Churili street, next to J. Bar
nard's residence, containing 11 rooms, Kitchen Ji:!-M
Servant rooms, Carriage House, Stable, kc Tbf?t
fronts 7Q feet on Church street, and runs back 17t fi.Gt -
alley. Tenns liberal. -cl ,0 an
"WILLIAMS k GLOVER,
CHANCERY SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
BY virtue of a decree of the Chancery Court at Nashville
at the November terra 1S52, in tho case of Sonhia
Horton and others, -vs. Woodfolk & Fall, executors orJ w
Horton, dee'd; I shall on the 12th of February next, at the"
Court House door in Nashville, proceed to sell a Tract of
26 Acres of Land, on the west side of the Franklia Turn
pike, about one mile from Nashville, a beautiful buiUini-situation.
Also about Two Acres of ground on the east "side
of said Turnpike, adjoining the residence of AU-x Fall.
Also about 25 Acres, of Land, situated on the west side of
of Rains' Avenue, which will be divided into six hits, con
taining from three to five acres each, a plan of which can bo
seen in the possession of Aler. Fall, and will be exhibited
on tho day of sale. Said land will be sold on a credi t of one
and two years, without interest, except the sura of fire hun
dred dollars, in cash, which will be divided in proportion to
the puschases. Notes with security will bo required, and a
lien retained till the purchase money is. paid.
jan 19 td J. B. WHITE, C. A M.
: dr. j. w. gray; "
Offica in McCombs' New B-dia?, on. Cherry - Street,
dec!4 12m.,. .
JJ '" oom trusnoa bugui- 5 bhte
25 bbls best Cider Vinrnr lao lm
. w I l . T I - P 1 . - . .-- .......
. " s ir. f 1