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f- TBI-VEZZ1Y 5: WXEKLY $sl
JOHN F. M0R6AK.
. ANTHOxr a. nup
SMITH, MORGAN & CO.,
w. nr. smith & john u. callexdep.
Office X: is, , ,
i Deaderlrk Street.
- ... The Baltimore Sun rlja tbe Virginia Board
tllr Public Works has recomm.nded to rai.ro.d com
oef n.ei in (.hat State to adopt regulation for ..ch
j , ,lo.er Mtes of speed m will eventually diminish the
jafO'l of repair, and furnish grater security for pa..
..enrers. n-Mnlnn.. ;.h .v:.
- in suggestion, tbe
. ..e... jkiurosa company
" -1 ue elate is iq a most Dros- I
perou. roodilioo, allLroufbt about by her extenr
re net of railroads. The State debt in the last '
'four years Las been reduced from $17,398,055 to
1 1 z.o.m, besides paying f2,814,S53 interest. '
Toe GoTerooris of opinion tbat, if tbe pre.eol re-
TCDuel.wI, mn.i .u.
quidated Ub Te. o ys Whi 1 17 2 o
Che Se is being r.piJl,
1 1 u"e P"ea resolution looking to a reduction of i oeu ooui suspicion and Intligna-
( rpeea. Tli, railroad comnngfioners of New York . r 1 6 . l"e Oooin' aD(J' ,n(Ieed' on
, f.ute that a -peed of fori. rA . C ' ihe pflrt of everT f'Dornb!e man, on or off the
VL, TLi0Tl' m'I,,rrr r.u,e9 jflr. New York has thus far fnrnuhed the
if rt , , P expense orer a fpeed t principal supply of these corrupt brokers and
I ft JL ' ' t.rn3er8 and l,ley '"elude a considerable sprink-
: S .... We bare before cs tie ma; f ' ''ng of party wire-pullers who have herein
i rn . .... . e- i i
I fnue is increasing.
a" .... Tb. Fhiiadelpbi. JWl Jmerira. of the
- '6th Inst, contains tbe ravage of Got Tollock
We lam from it that tbe total debt of the State of '
t 1 Tennijlrania, fonded and onfuDded. is U0 701 -
6S5 65, being a deduction of $366,153,97 from tbe
k.tt.uub je.r. curing the year 1855, tbe debt
bad been reduced f 630,601 02. Tbe large .urn.
absorbed by tbe work on the completion of the
Portage IUi!road and tbe North Branch C.n.i ...
lajicg the south track of the Columbia Railroad,
Ac. bating cow teased, and the cessation of these '
fextraordiaarr demanda n th :,i i '
stu larger portion of the revenue to be SDnlied to
.u- . . r i c , ' "ppuea to
the payment of the State debt, which tbe Governor
thmks it now established cau be fully paid without
increasing tbe subjects or rates of taxation. The
revenue, nf tha . j i
w. Jc.r ciceeuea me ordinary
expenditure. $1,265,005 56, aud for the current
year it is estimated that tbe excess of receipts
over ordinary expenditures may reach f 1,500,000.
Allowing $400,000 for extraordinary expenditures,
there will be at least $1,000,000 to be applied to
tbe payment of the State debt. At this rate the
debt could be all paid off before tbe close of tbe
.... According U tbe Anzeigrr do Wertr,,; a
German paper of St. Louis, the populations of that
city may be estimated as to nationality as follow. :
k mario.n. 9 0 nrtn. - ...
i ll """--, o,vv't uiTiDuns, ou,ulh; Inch, So,
mi 000; French, 4,000; English and Scotch. 6,000;
Ita.ian.and Spanish, 6,000; Bohemians, 5,000.
.... The Superior Court of Connecticut, render
" ed judgement on Tuesday in the case Soule, admin
istrator of Dr. Grey, against tbe Xew Haven RaiU
1 1 road company as.essing the damages at $5,000. He
i j was killed by tho Norwalk accident. Judgment
le rendered in the case of Elizabeth Adams
against the same rorrpany, assessing the damages
, at $4,500. She eufTered severe injury from which
i it is thought .he will never fully rccever.
.... A singular Incident is mentioned as having
j occurred about twenty-five mile, from Rome, at a
; country place called Sabina, near the Fiano dis
trict. Some laborer, were at work in a ba? in shaped
; : boliow, wbenthey suddenly felt a shaking of the
earth like an earthquake, which caused them to
ru off to a distance. Tbfy then saw the earth
open in tbe place they had kft, and a black smoke
rise op; the surrounding ground seemed to fall in;
and the piace filled with water, forming a lake of
about 1,000 metre, which has been increasing daily
a siie ever since. The water is salt, and the gene
ral idea seem, to be that the boliow thu. filled it
:b. site ef an extinct volcano.
.... According to the English papers there is
every reason to believe that tbe general treaty be
tween tbe European powers and Denmark, for tbe
nbolition of the Sound Dues, will be brought to
maturity before the end of the present moutn. It
is expected that tbe British government will be
enabled to lay the treaty, before Parliament, and
to announce tbe consummation in tbe speech from
.... The Irish census Ubler, just published, re
port in one year there were 21,776 deaths from
ftanation ! , The editor of tbe Medical 2'imtt com
menting upon this appulling statement, says : 'Tbe
SJures must be far short of the truth. Tbe bar
rowing details, even iu the body of the report,
leave no doubt that multitudes periabed by the
wayside and in the cheerless Irih hovel, whom
.either policeman nor coroner's iuquest ever took
sole of." '
J .... A fnhiouable gentleman of Xew Tork who
ijrave a Urge party a few nijibt. since, bad two
olicemen in uniform stationed at the entrance of
lb a .upper room. Thi. wis more novel than com-
plimentary to bis guests.
' ....One tboufand and twenty-eight marriages
iwere celebrated in the CioclnnaUCaibolio Churche.
hst year, ami tbe baptiam In the ..rue were four
T"rud two hundred and twelve,
be Idea . , 1,
-rfied'rn'''eM cr"7 woman who run. about
lbeMit.red the Immaculate Conceptn
urch onCUrisimas, during tbe diviud service, and
ok a .eat. ,Wbjn the contribution plate w. pas
d, she suddenly .eiied it from the hands of the
Hector, aud empried the contents into her bosom.
mid much excitement, she wa. taken out, and by
reats of rmprUonment, was finally induced to
Wink," and shake the money out of her clothing
ou the Boor.
... Xhe fir.t Issue of paper currency in Cuba
authorized by a speda! decree of the Captain
'.era!,, on the 24th ult., to take effect on tbe 2d
t. The sum authorized to be ln.n,! in il .
:.0, in bills of $50, 100, S00, and 600. When this
mount shall bare been absorbed in the circulation,
Further issues witl be made.
.... The Kew York Journal of Comm'rc, speak,
ngof the alearaer Adriatic, says: 'The alteration.
hich it has been funnd necessary to make in some
f tbe details of this magnificent iiteamsbip are now
irly completed, aud she will shortly make a trial
p, which will, no doubt, amply justify the high
ipectationi of the public. The Adriatic will pro.
ibly leave ibis port for Liverpoel on the 15th of
bruary, taking the place of tbe Baltic, which will
ty into dry dock for repair.." '
. . Tbe St. Loui Dtmoeret, of Friday last, .a v. :
V Teople'. Theater laat evening for a few mo-
i is, vii a seen of moat Intense excitement la
! last act of Lurline, io tbe fairy .cet e, the dress
Miss Villy Peter, caught fire from tbe atage
. It. of the stage, aod in a moment ahe was enveU
ed in flame.. Fwrtunately, Dr. Collius w.i in
t e green-room, and immediately rushed to her,
; .towing Li. cloak wver her tightly, thn. exiiu
ruiabed the fiamcs. But far the fortunate appear
i-oca of the Doctor, ahe must haveburned to death;
a. it is, aha lit very .erlously, though not fatally In.
jured. The house was crowded from pit to dome,
aid for a few moment, the eiciteincul was tno.t
.... Tbe Boston Traveller states that on Wed
nesday evening, the St. Nicholas Skating Club, of
Roxbory, .sembled at Bower. Pond,' brinjing
several tran'psrencie. and other illumination.,
which were ect up in di!L-ret.t pert, of the pood.
Tbe members then immed atoly proceeded to tgu'.te
uodry tar barrel, at various point. These wet
ao profusely scattered over the pond that the whole
area wa. brightly illuminated. Dy this time large
numbers of Iaiie. and gentlemen had arrived, sod
the wbole psrty then proceedeJ to eijy the ex
cellent skating. During the evening, several piece,
of fretwork, were et off, and .ome choice niuaie"
rra. sung by tbe Udic aud ftotlemea with ce
.THURSDAY, JAl?. 15, 1S57. -
Th Cdabactkb cf Leading Republicans.
'Tbe WaKbington Correspondent of the Phi
ladelphia lWth American do Fillmore nor
I Buchanan paper esys :
"The fact is patent to every ere. that in
nearly all the great job, aud tpeculations, and
tchemts of plunder, tune before Congrett, the
moti radical antvtlatery jotituian are enlist,
ed at the managtrt here. Artful, selfish and
arrogant intriguer?, who cssutned the control
of the Iiepnllican canvass,' for the Presidency
are now the conspicuous actors in the lobby,
who pnrsne every claim and eatenrUe with
keen cupidity, and openly traffic their so-call-ed
principles for present or contingent inter
ests. Their audacity in claining power oyer
the vote, of Republican memlrc, and their
UOIUPIICIIY WILLI OMlPrM W in UI not l.u tear, a
I . " I - - -i.i.uwv w v U(IJ
raprnl I . , A'. i . 1 . . ,
vj lumrcci ma or wiinoai a consider..
ore affected preat inteeritv nl nprnsltr .
.1 .v. 7 . J".
"ip-inin-iu uisgmne ror tiie most barefaced
penality. They have at last come to be known.
mu iu ewire it) iai departing.
nickcnn in America.
T, TT T..1 ti .
I . iarcey, who according to
I , ' . 8 l0ng hU 6'
.irb'tVW "Vf .
"""i tuuc,uruii ""C., etc., it asinngton an(
I BaUimfre: 1,89 IrePared fwr tho
! m0,r of Iil9 xI,erice of fashionable life. I
portion of one chapter, devoted to Charles
Dickens' visit to America, we republish from
the paper above mentioned:
In Boston, I paw, on his landing, the accom
plished writer ot tales of absorbing interest,
the fop and the scholar, Charles Dickens. Ue
came heralded as the most happy and success
ful delineator of innocent suffering children of
original character in hnmb'
s""0 himself into the h
Tb life. lie had in
leans oi lis readers,
and nestled in their inmo3t
and nestled in their inmo3t ref83sep. The sin.
' p ' V ; ' t I" - B
parent to wibI his own might resemble little
: Nell in her winning attributes of guileless
; meekness and patience nnder suffering bright
i intelligence, piety, And abiding faith in kind
heaven's mercy to an afflicted child.
His quaint humor heralded him in advance,
and apologized for the aduhation which was
showered opon him. Boston was in efacies
It was deemed a dispensation to have been the
first city to receive and welcome him. The
doors of each hospitable mansion opened wide
on golden hinges to receive hi in . Plays were
written and performed, in which he and his
most prominent characters were personated,
true to nature. He was overwhelmed with
invitations to balls, dinners, &c; his auto
graph solicited, a lock of his hair imp'ored,
(of which he hud as bright a cloud of puuny
locks as e'er ndorned a woman's brow.) He
had more than one amanuenis to anewer his
huge pile of notes. His ante chamber was
crowded, and it required patience to await
your turn to be admitted into his augjst press
tnce. I have never witnea-ed more magnifi
cent, entertainments. The grand ball given to
the Prince de Join ville only surpassed them in
splendor. On that occasion an tereal tunnel
was thrown across the street, to connect Fan
euil Hall with Qu'mcy Hall. The ball was in
Fanuel, the grand supper in Quincy. Those
who have been in those two cau appreciate
their magnificence. Ir. cost eight thousand
dollars, and was graced by tho presence of all
the dittingue of Boston. Nothing could le
more magnificent. It live, iu my memory as
In New York, the wharves were crowded at
dawn's early light to greet the arrival of the
steamer's precious freight. Streets were lined
with spectators. The windows of the houses
opposite and around the hotel were hired at
ridiculous prices to witness his egress, and the
came prodigal attention lavished upon him as
Philadelphia idem; and in Baltimore, I led off
the game of tomfoolery.
Iu answer to an invitation to ba honored by
having him grace my taloon, I received the
following characteristic response :
Saturday night, 19th of March, 1S42.
My Dear Sir: I have time for but one word.
I thank you for your kind letter. On Wed
nesday evening, at 9 o'clock, I have booked
myself to be at your disposal.
Iu great haste, faithfully yonrs,
My honse was fi'lod to overflowing 'iim
li ad $iti faciendum.
Tbe privilege was nolicited of being permit
ted to stand on the landing of the 6tairway to
see him pa-s up. His precious autograph Vas
held np to gratify admiring spectators.
The only redeeming feature of the fete was
that the truly noble, accomplished and beloved
gentleman, scholar and author, consented to
accompany him, and g ve grace, 'dignity and
attraction to tho assembly.
Washington Irving condescended to play sec
end to the foreigner whom all delighted to hou
or, fro haetice.
It was a vicious depravity of taste, which
all hsvc eiace deplored these adulations be
stowed on this heartless ingrate, this consum
mate fop and conoeited coxcomb; all were re
paid by fToss libels, unfounded slanders, which
I shall not condescend to record.
Chief Justice Taney aud family were an
nounced. "My hour for receiving is past," re
plied the inflated foreigner.
My estimable friend, Christopher Hughes,
thus reproved him: "Dickens, had my lord
Chief Justice Deuham honored yoa with a
call, would you have dared to refuse himf"
-Certainly," replied tho inflated coxcomb,
"if my hour" of admission had passed."
'Chief Justice Taney Is, iu himself, the most
elevated man in his country second in rank
only to the President and it will form abright
privilege in your life hereafter, to say you
were permitted to take him by the hand."
'Mr. Dickens is abont to drive out, to see
tho picture.-q'ie hill surrounding Baltimore."
I replied : "We have ample time before the
He then condescendingly taid, ''You may
show him up."
In Washington, the Hon. Secretary of War,
waiting in his ante chamber, heard the same
response: "My hour is pnsi" Ho was at the
President's Levee; he requested tbat Mr. Silen
cer might be informed that he then was will
ing to be introduced to bitn. "Tl! him my
hour for receiving hiia is past," replied Mr.
jfeiir Mr. Stephens, of Georgia, iu a re
cent speech in the House of Ilepreseuta
tives, admitted that there was no prospect
of making Kansas a slave State, tho cli
mate, Ac, beins inimical to slavery. Why,
then, did he and other Georgia democrat
ic leaders make so muoli noise last year
about tho ritfUa of the South in Kansas,
and induce hundreds' of Southern ruen to
go there at the sacrifice of mouej aud lift?
Out upon all eucli hypocrites!
jfcaT The democracy of. White held a
meeting at Sparta ou the 5th inst., and re
commended Col. 12. L. Garden-hike for the
nomination . for Congress from that dis
trict. W, H.TtoM, Esq., was record
mended for the Senatorial nomination.
Capt. A. J. Hall auuoanccs hiius!f a
candidate for the lower branch of tho Le
gislature. ' ' ,
BrKiiftaaui' Sfovfutnta, Burlinjaane has
b -wo here since the romtueucvment of (be m saior,
but mw habit of ri ling ia a close carriag. to a;l
from the Capitol every day, hta led to th rrport
tbat be, too, ts so Invalid. 1 da not tbliik be
ba ever beta .era la r-i!!e.r!nia Avenue
sine Ma card relating lo b Ci.ltoo liouae affair
waa published. lit) was iu ti!:!iuor bior hi.
card was to type, &d went iu.oJ.atrly ou to Li.
Northern campaign, never !' appearing, txei pl
on day to draw bla pay, wbi't Brooks w t.t the
Virgtula Spring, Vuh la the nun that lb. to
tofiians '- I sr. 4 tatel m thdf "jgata. cock."
lor. r.V. J'. Jiay
From ihe correspondence tf the Chicago Journal. .
I he Mound City,
Sometimes called Emporium, has figured
largely on paper for the past year, and will
contrive to fill the public mind, as a sharp
competitor for the trade and commerce of Cai
ro. Situated abore high water mark, at the
first accessible point of thij kind above Cairo,
she claims this as an important advantage.
The Mound ' City Railroad, ' three miles in
length, connects with the Central Rtilroad
eight miles north of Cairo. This distance is
almost a dead level, being one foot lower on
the river than at tbe junction of the roads.
We also learn that last winter the Kentucky
Legislature granted the charter of the Chicago
and Mobile Railroad, and fixed the terminus
at a point opposite Mound City. The etock.
holders, who claim fo number thirteen hun
dred, from fifteen different Sta'es in the Un
ion, thiuk they will thus make this the point
of crossing the river of the C. & M. Railroad,
snd by making another road three miles from
the janction we.-t they will tap the Cairo and
Fulton Railroad now in progress of construc
tion, and thus realize all the advantages that
Cairo could possess without the inconvenience
of defending themselves by levees. The hills in
in the vicinity would furnish their city with
pure water, and by the short railroad they
would have a landing for goods and passengers
on tho Mississippi, and thus cut off the trade
from Cairo entirely. Whatever may be tie
future of Mound city, it is certain that sha has
an energet'c bet of men to push her fortune,
with ample means at command. Tbat the
struggle for the asceuJency between these two
places will be no ordinary one, we are well
conviuced. This winter's legislation will de
velope some new things, that will call atten
tion to a fact which many think is definitely
settled to wit: the southern terminus of the
Illinois Central Railroad, which may yet be in
reality at Mound City, though nominally at
Cairo. It is certain that one of those places
must go to the wall, as two important points
so near each other cannot grow and flourish
alike; the preponderating power of one must
crush the other.
Some seven hundred laborers are working
for the company and private individuals; a
large foundry of brick is ready for the roof, and
the excavation for a large marine railway is
progressing rapidly. The private res dence of
lion. t. Rawlings is nearly completed, and is
said by good judges to be much the finest pri
vate residences in Southern Illinois. All of tbe
improvements are of a substantial character,
us though the parties were confident of suc
The company claim to have already paid
out one hundred and fifty thousand dollars, and
have contracts for a like 6nm, and that they
have Eold lots to the value of $150,000. Tbe
Ohio is seldom if ever frozen at this point, as
the waters of the Cumberland and Tennessee
Rivers, coming from the South, pour their
warm water into the Ohio and prevent the
formation of ice.
tSF In her life of George Washington, just pub
lished, Mrs. Kirkland gives us a little closer view
of that stately lady, Mrs. Martha Washington, than
other writers have doue : " I( we were to give our
private opinion," says Mrs. Kirkland, " we should
ssy that Mrs. Martha Curtis Washington, with her
large fortune, her strong domestic affections, and
her dutiful common sense character, exercised h?r
full share of influence over the commander in chief
of the armies of tho United States of America. She
had a very decided way of speaking, and as she
never meddled in public affairs, we eaa easily iu
agine the General letting bcr have her own way in
pretty much everything else. A guest at Mount
Vernon happened to sleep iu a room adjoining that
occupied by the President aud his lady. Late in
the eveniug, when people had retired to their va
rious chambers, he heard the lady delivering a
very animated lecture to her lord and master, upon
something which he had done, that she thought
should have been doue different. To all this b.
istened in the profoundest silence; and when she,
too, was silent, hj opened his lips and spoke, "now
good sleep to you, my dear!' This anecdote of the
great mau in his night cap is quite characteristic
of him, but it is equally so of moat lords and mas
ters, who, we imagine, all receive curtain lectures,
as Mr. Caudle and Washington did, in profound si-
eiice. Experience, probably, teaches them that
it is the belter way."
The New York Herald, remarking on the gay
ety aud "fast" living of the citizens of the commer
cial metropolis, says:
Aftor the holidays comes the saturnalia of the
fashionable world, which goes up to Lent. Tbe
great prosperity of the country aud the compara
live eaae with which sharp buiuess men obtain
wealt'i or the show of wealth which is just as
good as king as it lasts has its natural effect upon
th women, who are more extravagant than ever.
Crinoline expands and extends its borders uutil two
ladies fill up the width of a drawing-room, and
robe are lengthened until the pant is daily swept
with the richest and stiffeat moire antique, la the
gay world, jewelry has gradually been going out
for three or four seasons, but the money once in
vested iu diamonds Is now expended io dress good,
which are growiug more rich, more elaborate and
expensive every year. Your fashionable lady's
mental powers are constantly taxed to the utmost
to know what she shall wear, while her husband1,
business capabilities find full scope in his effort to
raise the money to gratify her extravagance, ller
ambition is to out-do soire one else to wear a
dres or a set of laces which cost u great deal more
money than those of her dearest friend, who is
thrown into convul.-ions of envy when the figure is
mentioued, and to give a party which so erowds
her bouae that everybody is continually treading on
everybody else's toes.
After speaking at soma length on the extrava
gant style of dress, parties aod various private
amusements, tbe Utrald says:
Gambling has become fashionable vice, and has
extended to the ladies. Ia all the clubs, play,
though forbidden by rule, runs high; and we have
heard of one where the aristocratic amusement of
"poker" being tabooed, that amateurs at that alba
letic exercise nietio a secret place detached from
tho main establishment. There axe, it is said, very
exclusive gambling places where women play at
the French games which have ruined some of the
richest ladies iu Paris. Notwithsuuding all ihe ef
forts to suppress gambling in this metropolis, it in
creases privately and publicly; and this fact is the
only answer that can be made to the often repeated
inquiry as to where does all the money go to. It
goes over the green cloth aud into the pockets ,of
the ah trper, who raiy be found almost as often in
thu Filth Avenue as n the Five Points. The pres
ent generation bids fair to exceed iu frivolity and
extravagance any that has ever preceded it since
tho foundation of the Republic. Let it not be for
gottou that the effaiuiuavy of a people is the surest
forerunner of the decay of a natiou.
From the N. O. Picuoe, Jaa. 9.
Trie la trie Anaoclutiwn Itacc. -
. The promise of fiue sport attracted a goodly
crowd to the Metairie Course yesterday, al
though the weather was not of the pieasauteet,
beitig lowering, raw and cold.
Tbe first raco was between Cary Jdl and
JiaM,W4, for the purse f $400, two miles
out. Tim filly was the favorite at 3 to I on
her, and tho wiuuer. The following is tbe
FocrtilDat Thursday Jan. 3. Parse $ tOO
two miles out.
D. F Kenner's b. f. Minnehaha, by Maho
met, dam Kate Anbrey 3y. o. 1
T. S. Mode's (S. M. Hill's) b. b. Cary IJell, by;
' Wagner, dam Heilgeford 4 y. . 2
For the second race there were four compe
titors, and Mr. Kenner's stable again furnished
tbe favorite. Melody, before starting, was
backed agint the field. She won the first
heat altar a close content with the brother to
to the Dutchman but io the second and third
beats she was unable to " keep step to !ht
music," the 111 River fiily having sot tbe
lime too fast lor Ltr. The follow icj is the
Second Rice Puru $300 miU e-iU.
Ti J. Vc!! ch. f. Ivi Mardi, by Glen-
coe, out o Ir inny l 3 v. o
. F. Hr.DU ch. g. Red Fox, bv Pat
3 1 1
4 3 2
ti l!oay, dam IlaVennyS J.o,
D F. Kenner'. b. m. Melody, by Vou
cher, datn Music 4 y. o. ,' r
A. Keen Richard', b. c, broiler to
Firing Dutchman 3 y.o. 2 4 dr.
' Time, 1:531 1:51 J-l:56
Melody having won Lt, the judge, in
accordance with a rule of the club, declared
her .cooed la lh race.
flf la New York two hundred new firm,
wci Auuoonced on the lit January, and tie
amount of capital inveate-1 ia t;e spec. at
piruend.ip amount, to a Lalf tnuiion of !o
Urs. Iu that city thero are annually even
ino; kw firm, atiuouiiced on the lit of Feb.
than on the fir; Liy of the yar.
Niurraxi Post Ornci, Jan. 6, lS'.T.
To TBI PaiLT PiTSiOT I bave this day decided that
yoa are entitled to advertue the uncalled for fatten ir this
Office tor one year, from the 1st of January , in accordance
with the ltw, In that caie made and provided.
Touri, yerjr respectfully, 7
v . S. K. ANDERSOX, P. M.
ST All Letteri advertised are subject to an ext a charge
per- p-n-sons calling for these letters will plca'a say they
Ordertd t , Vf aeTrtid in Vie "DaVy Patriot V eigrt.
ahl to Vu f'M-ncing utetitm of Vie AVtc I'vxt e'Pce Lm
a Ui rirpapr hating Ve largA circulation of any
puprr pHllMed A'aHhriStA
tieo. 5. And be it farther enicted. That Lltf Letters
remaining nncalle for in anj Post office In any e'ty, town,
or Til'aje here snewnpeper st all be printed, shill here
after be pnh'isbed once only, in ihe newapap-r which, fce;njr,
i snid weekl,,or oftener, sha'l baTe the Urgst circulation
witlrn tlie rnge of delivery of siid ortiC'j, to b deride I by
the Potnta'er attach office. Ne Post oalce LawjasSel
March 25, 131.-
LI8T OF LETTER?
I")EVIvTNO mcll.?d for in the Post Office atUash
X M .Jan. 15, 1W7:
A Hen, Mrs Miry
A ford, Mw 8 sn
Armstrong, Mrs Paulina
B-'orVm, Mrs L 8
Brown. Mrs Jno B
Brvau,M Sxllie P
Burroughs, Mrs Q 9
l etini, Mi-sM
Bn'ler, Mrs Milly (eol3)
B'nkley Mrs O M
Bauer, Mrs Mary
Clements, Miss Hntbia
Csnlwell, Mrs M A
Cawker, Mrs M
Campbell, Mrs Francis E
Coply, Mis Amanda
Campbell, Mrs Sally
Claiborne, Mrs Lerenia T
Dabb), Miss L A
Dunnigan, Mrs Jane
Erdrty, Miss Sue
Hliott, Mrs Mg
F.rwir, Mrs K D
Edwards, Mrs Z
Fi-Ids Mrs F
Fjrret, Mrs M M 2
Feagan, Miss Jane
Franklin, Mrs Aon
Orepg. Mrs Geo
Gooue, M.ss tfallie
Hester, Mi MO
ArmRtron?, Mrs T.oaisi
Abernuthy, Mrs Mary
Bnrron, Mrs Parah A
l'u khanan, Mixs 8 E
llak. r, Mrs arah
Bishop, Miss Sman
Bachelor, Miss 6
Baly, Mrs Ann
Ilroan, Mrs t-'arah
Carpenter, Miss Miry
Campbell, Mus M A
Campbe 1, Mrs F
Ca.-twrig it, Mrs Marian
Cox, Sarnh K
Cabler. Miss S 3
Cotton, Miss M W 2
Penois, Mrs P J
I rV, Mrs Juliana
Pobkins, Miss fcda '
Fmmason, Miss Emma V
F.rvin-r, Mr Saliie E
Edmonson, Mrs B H
Furjua, Mis Mary
Flemrainir, Mr Louisa
Felphs, Miss Jana
Gilbert.M ss". E
Gilbirt, M.ss Martha
Hairen, Mrs Ann
Howard, Mrs A
Huston, Mrs Emi'yJ
ilarmin. Mi- Ann J
Haley, Mrs Mary A
Harrison, Mips M J
Head, M- Sarah
Hassitt, Mrj l.aventa
Hnd-o", Miss Mary L
liajs, Mrs R L
Jones, M-s 8 A
Jont-s, Mrs C J 1
John Mrs, MAE
' Love, Mrs M E
Jones, Miss June
. ames, Mrs lle'ty
Johnson, Mjs B A
Litileton, Mrs Jane Jaran
Luticner, Mrs Jne
Mitchell, Mrs M J 8
M nees, Miss Fit-in
Murry, sirs M
M-nr, Miss Nannie 8
M jfer, Mus I
M U?r. M.ss M ft 2
M iifnene'i, HI -n
Maxan, Miss gallic B
Meuees, Mm l.isz:e
Moore, Mrs M V.
M t sie, Miss L B
M irley, Carol ne
Nsp'er, Mrs C
N.pier, Mrs M J
Nichcbon, Mrs E L
Owen, Mrs M B
Puck-O, MrsP E
Powell, M s Sara
Oihowner, Miss M E
Patterson, Mra E
Proctor, Mrs O it
Powers, Mrs C
PaOersnn.Mrs E W
PcU, Mrj Ann
Oulnn. Mrs Mal'n-la
MnCann, Miss Ann
McKii.l. Mrs .Mary
McUher.Mrs A P
Ritter, Mrs A
Rn-ves. Mrs O
Kidlt-y, Mrs Ann 15
McCoii. Miss cacX
Ray, Miss Josephine
hivers, Mivs si ce Ji
Rewer, Mis Mary
Scott, Mrs A !
Scott, Mrs W
Smith, Keberci J
Saudi er, Maj a.
Si-nroons, Mrs 8 C
Sumner, Mr Mary D
gowi ll, Mi?s Mary
Syren, Mrs S. .,an
Shil'.OL-. Mrs Francis
Tjler, Mary K
Thomps-i, Mrs D F
Thompson, Mrs M I
Toon-y, Mm HI n
Thompson, Mrs Mia F
Taylor, Miss Agnes
To lor, Miry 2
Ta'e, Mii Margaret
Tiion ps n, Mrs M J
Vrie, Mrs Vary M
Wnl len, Mrs P
W illi, Mrs Julia
Wehb, Mi-a M A
Wilson, Mi-S K I'
Wafhinirtnn, Julia (ccl'J)
Warren, Mrs Sarah
Williamson, Mrs M B
Watkins, Mrs John F
Webber, MUs Mary P
Williamson, Miss M
White, Mia E (ccl'J)
Anderson, J R
A'Hn, J P
Allen, John W
Arrrntrenr, A D
Aos'in, W K
Arh lt m, Janies
Adams, J. hn
A iams, R II
Andrews, J J
Ali-xander, W P
Andrews A Co, U C Aikmson, M W
A. dersoa John Avery, Uiraia
Alexander, J N
Allen, J U
Ppxtr-r, AVxander Bell. Pamuel
B-adf .rd, W
Br.,foid A Co, T
Bi itton, rdder J N
Brown, Robert O
Bru;-r, Ko' en 2
lironn, B F
B sn'ey, M
Burk , Pat
I'urns 'o, 8
hurrow, J W
Barnes. J W
Burk, M M
Bnll-y, S II
H irron, James
B krr, O W
Bird, 11 C
Biich.-tt. S P
Boll ack, Joiepb 2
B' yd W
Bo d, Georpn
B-Rert. C, W
Bosworth, A J
Balli Re-, W
Ilou kill, J
Brain ho, Owen
Bran: ley, T M
Bar-op, B II
Baylits A Lyons
Bernard, Thos 2
Bearien, A 2
he.l. R J
Champ, R P 2 Cchran, James
C)'eote, J L i
h hott, Kic'.ardB Cunmnfhaui, ThOi
Ci'l le, ii W
Carte-, W B
C-npbrll, C a
Carson, W N
D ley, B O
C llins, S N
Cor k, C
C k an, J J
Cox, OulJ D
C -nnel, 'dard
C lie., John
Corcor-!, Ji hn
C naor, John
C k, J J
C innelly, Va! -ntine Cna Iv, J Vf
Cn chl.l l, II
P lehrnan, Lewis
Dixon, F W
liii krrson, ThosH
Ilaggett, D.- D S
Craig, L L
Po; lr, James
1 wu-, W
Purl am, A J
P inl.ni, J II
1'iwnlj.i n, r M
li;ivid,on, K B
Us vis, Ja nra M
Fls-f n, L
Ldena, Henry J
Fa;n, J A
Fatman, L 2
Fitifrernl I, N 0 2
V slier, l)r K L A
Fir k, John
Fisher, Jac b
F irnhrrx k, John
Ford, 11 F
F rrest, W a
Fuil-r, J A
F-ysrl, F P
F ea-lien, Wsrsly
Ferrin.S Fleming, K T
V-nVfr, Geo FVigtl.H
Fits w li:nm-, T B Floyd, Tuoa
Gereis, M P
Gilbert, M M
(iiloert, A J
ti Hurt, a C
H-nderson, R H
H-d-, John M
Hen lerton, R S
Hen son, James
ti ll, J
Hill, John 2
H U, V M
lUh, N L
Hl, A J
Ili'A, A II
li rkerson, t
Uoff.ua j, Thoa J
Johnson, A B
J mm, Sipotfwiod
Johnson, Ci 8
Kl-, John D
C.r ffl-,J W
OrJtuh, J !.n
(iulhery, j hn
Cleun, Ja nea
Holmes, Thos E
IK Ii, C M
H I .oinJ, C P
iu.i.'ii, i. r
Hunt, W S
IUlihrs, K H
Hunter, Oeo !f
n nghea, W T
liu.i on, M L
Ja-i-it, La atelts
t.a iar n, ulka
Cailahe-, J O
Ciaytn, ti O
C.a l.r.W D
Hairy Iff I
Ha. -an, L
Ha hn.O M
Harri. F U
llmnirn, J A
Har l-y, T r
llarrai, UN 2
Harris, F a
Hair, t R
Haail , J a A
ila er, Oeo
i'.ilhert, It P
Hnjdn, Ja nea
Jones, John W
J .hnson, J P
Johnson, B I
Joan n, W
Iaira., W 51
Lo ker, it A
Uk, W 2
Vartln, A ,
K'rk-w.md, R W
K auii, anutl
La s renca , F
I.tmlerwov'.Pr GW Lamb A
Lee.JohoLJ Laa.b, Isl.a-a
Meerlt.Theophnaa Morris, A W
Silicon!, Th I Morrn, r, IV
Mxrtlrifr, 5 C M.U-r. W
Manis. O H.-MMnn, H P
aijg;ba Antoata M ller, W W
li M.licr, A
V'smstis t C t M
M Mre, T S
Mo-re, Manlay a Cj
M irrnr, W T
M xl-y, (imii
M mroe, li W
ktailint, W P
JM Jier, John
Mo Sfe, KL
IS -t. a a, John t
IteUr, Jjbo X
sl.l".nl)'., 8 C '
Mlune, W M '
M-' .rnih-k A Co.
McCiettrhtn, S P
.Vy.W II II
S rwoO'l, t ii J W
.S.atwrn.ts L 8
O CpaaeB, T'
U Wa-.JU Pat
I'.lirrrfi, R II
P.uruw, 4 C
I-r;Uie', J d.u
Pr.t4 y, i W
Ptlrs. n, J-. I.
I'jyiie, L A Cu
Mile, Ba. lord
Morsaa, j T
M iVKif al. W R
M.-tl .nal, Jaa
McOulre. 8 P
Atciiavuck, I) P
Nehtett, W K
l. Kjjj, ti.iaa
M, Ki e. Geo
M. Kmue, P K
M.-M ,rry, M
Ken, j n
Owta, J A
PJav.r, H A A rhCHr. J
Piker. Jwt Put. H
Pa or. Tori A Co. Ps, t
P. 0i w
Prty, itr F.S P.rter, H W
i'ttliu. 4 kt.rOuca P itUrr, W J
I'ruilxrV-ai, J kt P-VK. i
lVt(icti.U.JC I 1'i.a. I
Read, W R
Ray, R M
Rauktn, D F C
Ramsey. G J
Reid, F T
Fharrie, Pnvil F
Phnrher. M K -Shield,
fieawtll, J S
Robarts, C A
Russell, R M
Pmith, P J L 2
Pmith. W a
Srni h. Vim M
Pweenev. f! W
Pword, ( W
P k, James II
Pti't, A A
Steel, P M
Ptnk'ea. W H
P'reet. John M
frhan'lelmevcr, Jn Shaver, Jacob
Pco , R H rhoemate. Jas
Prvets Michael Phor-ed, W C
Phauh, Jhc b fherl-rt, C'uas
Pa' ders, Jno Phea. John
Pantonl.PJ Pheehv, Jrhn
Palvstre, It Phepird, T C
Pandifer, Pr Jas M Shepard. II
Ppurcin, Win Sharp, Fra-k!in
Ppencer, W Phuman,(JII
Tavlor, M J
Timrmns, J P
Thompson, W T
Thompson. W G
Thouias, G K
Thomno-, .Lihn Vi Turner, C, W
Tread w II. R A
Tremor. J 1
Turter, W M
Tm-ker. P-imVI S
T'irrer, W O
Thom.is, Geo Hoary
Wa'k-ns, Paniel Weils, John C 2
Writers, W I, Wratherfnrd, J J
Walker. V R Whates. J t.
V;i; oner. James DWhite, W M T
W.-irrcn. Jesse Whitman, G W
W ieejner.Corneliu-Williams, E
Wade, P P Wilkinson, WH
Walker, Jo? Williams, Jas M 3
W.lkirson, H S 2
Wilkinson. John F
Wilson. Wm J 2
Wood. Wm J
Woodall, W P
P. R. AXDEUPOX, P M.
Extra Premium Beef!
WILt, he offered forsale on PATr-rorr-j
pay MOftravG arxr. at Pta'i nxY-1
4, hyT. B Coleman A Co . 'he PR K-.J7
MIITM TOP rslH in ti,-:. . .tir.1. K tr I. V
Crair, weighing over 2oCO lb. Also, some very fine
MCTr.'N. jatOR T. B. COLEMAN A CO.
."'It It I I'M I'. A lrie Room over Mt. Keech's Dry
Goods Storj on Cid.ege street Sf feet Iodi and 2i feet
aide. Apj 'y to J. H. GOODWIN, Theatre
KEGH0ES FOR SALE.
IFAV?! a large number of N'dROhS f r sale, and among
them some very v i'n .b'o ones. A first-rate Blacksmith,
also a Stone Mason and several Carpen'era. Some cf these
Neeroes cannot be sold ta leave the coon try
Janl5 RUE'S W. PORTER.
HOUSES F0S SALE.
N PATCRDAY. JAN- 17TH, at the Conrt-hnnse
van! r,t. I will tll tn the hiirhest hiild:.r nnnn rllt
1 - -o ' I lC
a credit of six, twelve, eiehteen and twenty-'onr tfCUu
months, a B1UCK DWELLING HOCSK, situated on Market
slraet near tbe old Methouii'hurr'h, containing nine rooms,
ail in isood order, and rents for Siol).
Also, A It.lICK STORE HOUSE and DWKLLING ad
joiLinjr the resr, containing seven rooms, independent of
the Store-room, and rents fortwo hundred aud 6f y dollars
At the same time and place I will sell .1,001 worth of
Stosk in tbe Louisville Branch Tarnpik Companv, which
pays a good dividend. E. R. GLAaCOCK,
jani5 td Agtnt.
VALUABLE LOT FOR 8 ALE.
I HAVE for sale, privately, one of the most desirable
BUILDING LOTS In the city of Nashvil'e, at the corner
ol Pol Avenue, fronting W feet on Church street and run
ning back INI rr ISO feet to an alley. The lot joins ther-si-dence
of I. C Ni -hoNon, aud will basol 1 at a bargain. For
part'cularscail on me. ki. E. ULAfCoCK,
Jobs D. jAMrs, Pres't. D. P. Jiaii, Cashier.
BANK OF C03IJIEUCI:
Deais in sight and time Bills, Gold and Silver nnIUn?ur
rent Bank Notes, makes collection in al; parts of the conn
try, will give the hijr'.e-rt market price for Land Warrants
sn I pay interest on deposites. jan!5.
Auction and Commission llercliants,
N"). 37 BaOADWAT, COItNEit COLLEGE ST.
J3HH V. GaBERT.-.-.. .Auctioneer
IINt. GOLD WATCI5E3 AVO GOLD JEWFI.RY kept
rnn-ta-rly on hand, and for sle cn h.ttcr terms than
any house in Nashv.ll -, Al o, Gilt Jewelry In gra .t va
rietv for sale to dealers on y.
fT We se l a'. A'irtiun everv nitrh1:.
We duplinate and seii Goods during the tlcy at Anc'lon
Prices. Yoa cn save from In t 2 per rent, in all the
Guudsyou wish to bay iu our Hue, by in'tciling at
Oil BtfKT A OO.'fl,
Janlft J No 87 B oalwa".
FINE GOLD AND SILVER WATCHEsT"
WK h ive iust received, by Express, from our Ayertln
New York, a splendid a"ortment of F.ne VV. itches,
(wi h a lew Comps.) aud Gld Jeweliy. embracing all the
n-w and latest syle Port Monves, Ladies' fine Work
11 xes, with l etter. Note, Cap and It'll Paper; AccorJeons,
Flutes, Violins, Pistols and Double-Birrd Shot (tuns, for
aalecheap by Gil It KT A CO ,
junl o )iX Broa I Street.
A FORTUNE OF
S 3 O , Q O O ! ! !
To be had by risking the im I sum of
EST 8 1 G ! ! ! JSi
To drawn F'tlDAY, JANUARY, 8JTH, 1537.
1 Prixi of '0,OOO !
1 Prise cf !!
1 Prise of SI O.OOO!!!
2 Prixes f ft j.OOO ! ! ! !
2 Pr i-s of 2,000!!!!!
2 Prixas of l.OOO !!!!!!
Ac, At'., Ac. Ac.
MORE T.7AN ONE PR!Z1? TO EVERY TKN TICKETS.
Whole Tickets, f lf. Halves, S; Quarters, t, Fighths, 3.
Address Oiders for Tickets to
P. PW IN A CO., Atlanta, Ga.
J intS 2w or P. SWAN, Mnntiromery, Ala.
For particulars, see f chema in nithcr column.
MEAT AND. PASTRY COOK FOR SALE
THE tubsi-riber oiTeru for sale his woman TliMPE, as
gord a Cook, VN.isher and Ironer a there is in the
State. nho understands pukling and Preserving.
tanlS AI.EX. Msi KEV7.1E.
' Tlf. !.ub-criber have Just received the largest stock of
L fancy (ioo.H, in their line, -ve' o.fered f t sale in this
citv Amongst this grea variety wil he tnund
I'll) FANCY B KO 0 ;GE.-t, selected from the beit assort
metit in New urk.
2'td B VSkE rs of ad kinds and qualities.
I!RAS, tlrot so and Iron Ca'idi- Stick.
RA I I'AN, Kocklne and O lice Chairs.
B '.I fTA.MA and Block Tin Coffee and Tea Pots, Chinese
Tea t'ai.i es.
ALSO 4 0 Orramrnts, for Etaireres and wHt Nots.
Many of these) articles were selec'.rd tor IToddaj Sales,
but having arrived t.m lite tor th it Joyous rcrasslon will
now I e sold at the n.Ost trifling advance Uon the cot
janlS WHjiON a MACKENZIE.
IMPORTANT TO H0USZ-2EEPERS.
rCPT RECEIVED- Bith Brick', for Cleaning Knives.
t.l(Ui 1 (flue, for preparing turnilure.
F-ra.hTrlpcliPowdir, for polishiug Si.ver Ware, Plate,
Kenorating Polish, f..r cleaning B-an, Copper, Start,
Iron, andother giods rf that drscripti-n.
M'Joit be' l on.h, Jor rrsevisii U Furniture, Carriage
B ulies, Haruss, Jc.wh'rhhas the effect f making old
carrinires, harness or furniture look as rood a new.
Junl MAChfcNZiK A WILSON.
WATSO' IMTL'iT 'l i: POLLAH
05 EXHIBITION AT THE fEWANEE HOUSE,
IT i not deemed neeessary to to into further particulars
n I ttive to this machine. Its advamaitts a.ust bo ob
Tlnus tc the minds of all Intt ll!(?nt persuna. With the
view of bringing tbe invention into general and immediate
ue, the proprietors have made arrangefents to manufac
ture the Mschlnes in quantities according to demand. Slate
and County Kiirhts may be purchased of the subscriber,
ahoia author led to di pore of the is me. To t-eronsof
ah 1 ty and energy, an opportunity iscfferei', whereby, with
a inolerale outUy nf means, sure aid mo-t ample profits
may rapiCIv be re.l 1 rd. The enterpt Ite is one which eorr
men s iiarlf t the notice of those who are Seeking fr safa
and prodia' le inve-tment. If possible, api l'cant for
Kiyhta shoal i v :t 0 In person, in order not ody to ex
amiue an i aatis y themselves in reisri 1 1 tt-e rorrii of this
tuvenllon, but to be made acquainted w 1th cur lUn of ope
rations. In aditicn o the profit from sales of Machines
(which are fully one hundred per cent.) another, and r r
baps. greater indaevmrnt i offereil, wLirh w wiU eiplia
ami d. ui.iO'tr:e to thow who xu; (avor as with a call.
Parties whs bus i.UhU cn be supplied, with Machines,
and to 'hem we tefrr o hers who may wish to provide t hem
s' Ives with the arti.-le. The ita ir is particvlaMy rrwu,t
ed to notice that irw JT arrvii.T Aoaara, tbat Machine
1 not be Ket l-d t.y as, or sent out lor czuib tioo. Wa
w 11 cheerl aliy ex'nitdl them to say who feel tuciami in
terested to c ill al 01 r rmt, further particulars all be
communicated by letter, if the above is not suSciently ex
plirf. P. U. WfcBjTta, Aaeot.
inr.t tf Koqtb 85.
A'JSTIJN SALE CF GROCERIES
MORRIS & STRATTQN.
N T ltT'lSOAY MORMS . Jannary 13th, at 10 o'-
rl ick, w. will effer at Aucuon ia front al our Store, on
in hhds cho c new Pngar;
40 hbls Be Mol":
1 at bsex new crop Co fee;
5i bi.s n't. C.ff xr;
"5 bbl lf. Crn.hed an4
SO) k.gs B Ila Xails;
S Nl bg- fine SP;
jfl dui- u Buck-;
n-t sainted T bs;
40 boxe H'assware:
luo Nxe Tobcc, various
M Ooj CWsrx, various brands
5 cans Mit. hes;
4 bb cl 1 Mo'a-trs;
ti I bi Ciier Viorgr;
f.O b ixtsf.-ettl Ru-ios,
1U0 utir.rr boxes do,
l:o bt j Wh.ky.
fri d xi na-B mra;
With rarloa other articles In th O-o-ery line.
jin!S-td Moi'.Kia A PrKtTTDf .
EEGULaR'aUCTI03 SALE 0? QK0C2RLES XT
H. S. FRKNC1I kSOIV.
OX TCfc,DAr,J.a.I0,ls67,tlfla'eJ.k, A M we will
off r lb-sal infrwnt of osr Warebotua, e rncy of Mar
ket and CtA'K airawu, U: buowloa; articles, to wit:
low t.h Is t war.
1' bx lit Ta.bw Caedle.
S bbU lai eairar,
ft) bb'a Cuahj nijar-,
tiM) fear " Ci ff;
."9 bmfi I ajuvra Coffee;
bias J.va Coffee;
li) c k sapcv irbwsaaa
1i krt .NaK.
Nl bWs Vinvga,
liai d. K toi Hi,
1'JO swxaa Chew,
sM b Is Wfc:sty, aaitortal
3S blls Americas Braady.
) H tb! do so,
J tfcls OlB,
bbls . O Ran,
t1 I-oh Ja iu H. HiaithtakJ
Keswrrs M hi.ty,
IS l t til l mxiibog Whhkr;
bbtaOld K Whiskr.
1-kI bhta M4w
NtDi Mackerel, Soft. 1, t, lvuAtl extra. Cigar, v&rioa
18 bag Pepper, t
ttt bar li. ,
2 ftmn lol fo,
t--il bcx-4 star CaoXea,
H bxre ; ays
' 4 - Va,
100 o Mr!w Ciaii,
I'M basaa t'berw-Hs,
lul kM T-jbaeea, W. H -
aal auwr braada,
69 bexaa Jars,
1 al tsixM Tuaaira. ,
Toga'hvr w tb V rtaaa athtf article r our lina.
Jc. U H. . KtNC'il A fit,
U'AVl'l IMxmed.aUl ,, U. A. raci u, aa
oio-SUt ltdoa BvIr. AlM'.krrs e.J niy.
" . iCS-rrirTTrVr
AMUSE ME NTS.
.THIRD PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH T0-N1SHT.
Will Lecture at the above Chnrch on this.
TIICRMIAV EVrM.G, JTAnt.l5 1857.
And give a series of
rs ti:s skw sctKxca or
Which ha filled Ciemost spacious IU!!?. and convulsed the
Auditors wi h nnintrrnpt-d laughter fr hours
in all parts of the conn -ry-
Cartla of Admission, 25 cent,
To be had at the Book and M 13b Htorss, an ! at the Ooor
Uoor open at , Lcure to coramicci at 7 o'clock
MUSIC A L KMEHTA I N3I C.T.
THr;Kif:ivti, ci'AK k mii.v. voca'-
A '', Hirp'Sts. .ni' I.ancssliire Bed Ringers, would re
spectlully announce to the citxers f N isliville that they
wi'l yv two of their pipul.ir entertaimients at ODD
FELLOWS' HALL, on MONDAY and TLESUAY
EVr viNiiS.JAN. ltMliand 1'H.
fv" F or p'irr:cul.irs ,.e Pro'irammes.
CV 'lick ts to;, p-ats cn be n.c rf.1 in advance,
without extra charge, at t'ne M is:e Store of J. A. McClure,
where h plan of :he Hall may he r-een
i oors open at 7, Concert to enmmbnee "
oVlocV. JOU1 D FIT Z,
janl8 lw 'General business Airent.
.LOOK OUT. The nnJersi-iipd
will give their entire attention tn C dlectlng
city and out. Also hi ing out regroes. Jc.
B. F jgg's. Esq , on Cherrr street, on stair.
Claims in t
Olhoe over F,
SKATES! Skatks! S&ates!
Jjst received, a larue and well assorted lot
of SP ATES,
hich we are offering very low.
BEAUMONT, VANLHER A CO..
44 South Market Street.
Tr VOS T will nnv HI conts
, . I J -
it Cash for good Cotton and Linen Rg', .e
liveredatmv Rag Store on the Northeast cirnerofthe
Sq'iare. Woolen and Silk Rags are not wan'ed.
decV5 W. S. WttlTEMtJf.
TO ril I NTE IIS. We have
a gxd Super Royal Pree, nearly new and
In perfect order, which we will sell atahinrain.
dec2i tf SMITH, MOR1AN A CO.
THE EXCITEMENT NOT ABATED AT
iso. 21 ir kmc sirAiti:.
still hare on hand some of thrse beautiful
And being desirous of cl isinir out our present stock befjre we
g-t our M'lllM'J liOOits, we wi l offer induce n- nts
to all who may f ivorus ith a call. Besides UKKNi 00 JDS,
we bare a good assortment rf
1: .ti it it o 1 n 1: in 1: s,
Wrapping ami Staple Goods,
All of which we will sell v-ry cheap.
ryr ill al-o feel under many obligations to our
cunt jmrra if thy will rail an 1 Bettie np all past accounts,
as it will cnableui to do business promptly
jn'.:J I. C. M JHOLPON A CO.
WE INVITE TIIE ATTENTION OF
TO CUR LAItGE SfOTK OF
V o v c 1 vs n : Yi m e s t i c
into 1. ski) a noum at hi
m im sals:s
IN THIS CITV AN!) NEW YOUK, WK CtN OFFER
GRS'AT INDUCEMENTS TO THE T.ADE
TO SH'.Kr-T Fl'.OM OCR P.TorK.
PHILLIPS, STRYXER & JENNINGS.
N08 1 and 3 Bank Street, bslow ilirket,
HKTWEKN Sl'CONDA THIRDST3.,
X lo.il clolipi-irt, 3Pst-
I :in H d.tWiim.
) BBL3 ofihealxive in ttore and for sale by
CHEESE-W. R CHEESE.
BOXE.Sof the above in store and for sa'e by
I?(IC lil'.N T. -A Smill H l'- in McGsvnrk'a Ad
ili.ion, c it titu nir J rooms, pimj-i and porwh, w:th
a larj;'! ja.i. For particulars anqu re of
W. K. Mcf tRLAN
jantl So. 73 ollege stret.
WILL be sold on P tT.'ROAY, FsinRfAltY It,
17 a v.i!uati piee of ifoon I, si'uateit on Cans a
Stbkkt. opoosite the Sawaaas Coat Dpot, with
Saii property Is to fce rol l for the purpose cf naking a
division among the heirs i f lienl. G. t ab er, dec d.
TURM. One.tlitrd csh ; tbe balance on one and two
Jan It, '5T. td JNO. M. CABLFR.
T0TICE All person h ivir. c'aims against the es
i. ttte of Gd y Jai-ksun. de;'.l,are h-reby no'.ili! to
pres-n' tii'iin, pro;ieriy aurhent'ea:ed, to J hf Woodar.l,
Ju ge of tip" Countr 0 urt for Koberison County, Tennes
see, on or before the 1st dsy of M i.y nei!, for pro rat d.v
trioutioti, a I h ive this day regularly r-U'"s:ete1 tt e Insoly
ency ol.aiteiti'e. . H. B. 'UIR,
Administrator of 3. Jackson, de.-'d.
JinuirySth, ls-,7. Jinli-lmW
SELLING OFF AT EASTERN PRICES.
TlLtCK, llloe Sa l Olive Clo'hs, Iloeskin and Fancy Cas
J simeres. Pin h Velvet, S Ik aud S t'tti Vesting, Linen
Ooods an I furniDT C issim-res, Siik L'n lershlrts, M-rino
Ves' aa I Drwe-s, Basiuesa aed riren Coats an l Vest,
w t'i a variety of Trim nmi, are offer.-d for le at Kst
em Prices for Cash, in In' to suit purchasers. A sincle
pattern of adat and I'an'.s olJ and cut ta tueaiure.if de
sired This rare opnnrton:ty of buying fine elothe fo- llttla
money i n!!-re I at No. M Chen y street, Coi.per'a Build
lugs, the I ate Merchant Tailoring Estibiiahment of
jitnU-lw.l JOHN OHLT.
ONTDER A FRI7.ZELL having rem"Ve-l to th old ata
0f Th vnpson Oo., No. 21 Pahlic Square, (nxt d oi
t,A;. r..rni.r l. .to.n ti.ev .re now ofrrinr a well as o rt
edstockt f Boots, ho,Trun', Vaiises, Ae , suitable to
ihe Retail Trade. Their facilities forgetting goods enables
them to have always wh itavar may be cillod for Iu their
hue. They wou'd b gla I to ee their Iriea Is and tb
trade rfeceraily. Call at N . 41 Publi.: Sqiare.
jnl,) PSYDE t A FR1ZZKLL.
VLL persons d inus of emlitratitig to Nicirayua
Steamship 'Texa",' which sailfro-n N--w Orte
Nic irayua on th
lha 'itUh iuat will adre
L. NoRVEl L WALKER. Ageflt,
Tiaas racfc emigrant pays his own expenses 'O New
Orlean-; passar ftom New orlea- s fo Nicaraga FREE
Two hundred atid flty aeres of land a-)d to per month,
paid to ech emtcraut. Each emigrant la requited to re
main in ihe country twelvemonths, uula s aooner dicdarg
ed frum his ool ii.in.
f If Mr. Waiker can be f mnd at his room over W.T.
Berry A Co ' 11 ksiore. JsnJ-diw
r ANA WAT from th subscriber. r-.id;uit la Cdamhia,
r Maury coanty, Trt, on the J:t November, a YkL
LOW BOY, named DICK. Said boy 1 abont ii year of
aye, weieh from 17i tei 113 poau la; as abo'it fiv feet eight
iuehrahirh; of bright ir.alatto color-, qu ek spoken and ol
rather insolent appearance, ltd was lt heard of in Nash
ytl e.andls suppose-! to be in that vwioity now, wiih a fr
pa. I will re th above reard f r th appreheatioa
and ronPnemeDt of sni I boy in sow jail, o that I cao a.
irb,m. lde ltr Jtf JOHN BUOWS.
A DWELLING E0U3Z FOR RENT.
TIIE BittOK DWELLING on MarXet alreet, a . ,
short distance b low thoid NasovilleInn.il f7-
offered for rent, to a guod tenant, fur the ear 17. .i
Apply to derti ifl Bk..sJ F. rlIfe.L!3, AgosU
THE MA3TJFACIURI7TO ESTABLISHMENT FOR
riHE LARTE SVARSHoij.ir; on Market street la
X f-redfor rent for the yer l-v'7. Apply to .;
dertJ-tf UK.MJ. P. sitULlX, Agent. iJ.
L',,1I IH-N I'.-Tnat Je-irahla STORS aoM adjoia
A? trg my ofnest on Cherry if et, fr tit year ISSl.
Alao, thalvery diira-U UKL1.I. on Cuerry tr-t,
?onth of Broad, c u Naming sum lo' rooms, aitd will a
put In thorouili repa-r. Apply i WILL. L. BOY l,
decj 51 Chwrry.tr.get.
Dt". R. C. K MIKTLN and T A. ATCSHON havs
kirmel a parinrcntti iu the pe'C-!e. of we-licln.
Oin oa I'herry aear the corner f Cnfoa strteet.
rpn Ft'N t a A L I SDKHi'A'-IN-i AS f A E t I51IM ENT
JL CF J. V.". M'CoVBS, ia reo-'vel to Church lret, o.
tK.i th- e d stand, la the oe boa recn.ily ba it .y Dr.
Yjuag, where w ar f4, aa usual m gi our a"Uao
liie'iciilvl. J W. M'COMb.
ic$ tv w. a. omn-iiea.
. in: Viov.v "
RT. n.T.MMINi ha -oel W Paint Vp from J9
ti 61 L' rtrn ir Cher-y and Sumtxter. H
rtpec(f.iry tdi its a eoct iiatHi, of Uvk. j-g br
Uiuir titesl-Ml hi, aad v:U tlaM4lMt his eaa
U ner at but ow stand Ju5 la
a-htilt l'ivray, kii.uiii!lli Farm o tha M4-
dlo Frat.k .a Turu;.... u a oil ia " 'w piaee k
hal rareha--d aa the '.a la Tarfpn, I ' an.W (roat tiw
kt-knia Undfo. Th tn f Ua S-it,r will
t, Kwoi-t-mn! 'h er -i Monday, t 2 i ef Febns
ary, li 17, and js.te . t lt ..' Jaly Fw -
aa.i i J-.I. a e'ler nig'ili-r hmni eaa ao whir s Satand.
All O. auca.ti.tuutB a ttwrsgb tt-s L,a, Oaa el
axki Mai-atK-al k.1 jcIiu. wul be di .tra t taasbu and
mk'H a S HirM l ia'.eiicclaij J 0a jurwd as sri. few
fewx caeatei! to Jatcivp Karat. iienaiy ail tfc a a !! of
Uwaiai t4rtc parent a'-.a'cj ia b pa-t lw tb
a-r.a, ma-rnrr. hmaai aal k ar'J al paui a. 6 a44
liocal taoarumg Fo cu b reawivd. Iay BrJu-aes arw
aUo ri nHaUy soise UxL T.rtaa, lot lha leroa.r, .itpwr
m.In of BHBtka, ayab in aavaotv; e tb latuir,
1.3. Ll.ot) KAtUL. COP.
T'Oll It t: T. T ka al awvasrat
Tia-V's f vak. Is k-r r. tew u m-iti J. wm
eciia j ta it Jaiiaary.
. U. COKUO.f m Co.
1 '"LL f - v tj-j- s LJ-L 1 : u., .. 1 .
II V CHAIII.KS BICKOS.
je3T RECEIVED DT
W. T. Berry & Co., PcMfc Square.
Gor!rivh's Par tip)
REfOLLECTJOSSOF A LIFETBIE
A XE'o7 WOrtK I'NRIVALLSD FOR INTFPE-5T, VALL'K,
AMfSEVKNT, AND IN.iP.rCTlON.
nr t urnn y & cn haTTTist r-ceived-
RECOLLEUTIO.XS OF A LIFETIME;
m AND THINGS I HAVE SEEN N EUROPE
Uy ?4. . i.ooav'u l..
Anther of Peter Parley's Ta'cs, and tste Consul of th
Cnited St i'e at P.irii, Franre.
The A-itobiography r f one .hce r-c..'.i.rticns en trc
the whole cf ths last half century; oce who h is ;ro-ed the
tlatitie axtem lin es, and jftn and. known ro.-ny of the
u-aHer-spirits of the a;", on both i.h-s of the water: on
who Is the author and editor of 1 70 vo'urncs, and of which
PEVFN MILLIONS have b--i sold-cannot but be haileJ
with enthu-i:.ro by the public generally, and e?pec-al y
by the million of friends, younj and ol J, of the veritabl
Peter Parit y.
This work rot erly c-mpr'se a full artlol.irgrapHral
new of tho Author's hfr, his esrly days, his education, an 1
bis literary career, httt uives a vivid and interesting ac
count of ntiTerous ptisiic event. whi.;'i have h ipnenel in
the Author's Pf .time, and of wh'ch he has been a w:tnes
ora participator. Amorg tvese are THE WAR WITH
ENGLt NO OF 11I-14, in wh ch Mr. Goodrich waa
private so'dler: THE HARTFORD CONVENTION, whoso
operations toot p'ace under his in mediate observation, and)
with mo-tof the memScrs of which he whs persona:ly 80
qnainti.il. Frrhrarir.g cur;ot s and intrre-ti; g details re-
-prcting CM Jeffer3on Ternocrary, Old Ftderalisra,
Connecticut Elue Limits, carious and marvelli.ua
events connected with the Ri.e and Progress cf Religion
Sects in the I'nited Stat.; with descriptions of the
French Revolution of ISIS, and lonis Hapoleon'.
Coup D'Etat, b til or wM.h the author witnessed. Wuh
a full account of the "PEIER PARLEY TALES," of which
Four mi linns have been sold.
In the coure or the work will he foond a Ga'leryol Pert
and Ink Portraits of over Two Hundred Celebra
ted Persons President", Vice Preiiden', Kings, Queens,
Emperors, Soldiers, Sailors, Toets. Wits, Enthusiasts, Phy
sicians, Prearhers,Layfrs, Politicians, Piplomat'sta, Ac,
Ac. All described from ptrs nal acquaint, nee or observa
tion. ty Containing an amount of or'gica'.enriotts and val
uable Personal Incident, Anecdote and Descri) tlon, sel
dom, if ever, met wtth in a sir.gle work. Tj all which will
be added the Author's recent
IN ENGLAND, SCOTLAND, IRELAND, FRANCE
W. T. B. A CO. have also just received
A Novel. Bj MARY J. HOLME?. Author of "Tempest
and Sunshine," "The English Orphans,' "The Homestead
cn the Hillside, " Ac. In cua volun.e, 4i pp. 12mo. Clr th.
Ret-iil, 1 00. dec?9
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Tin: court of xaioli:o.,
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T.ie sohwriher respectfully lnvits a'tention to th
above Presentation Book, which un.l.iuhtdly will he tha
most pnp't ar, d-iiraole. and successful Gift Book, for lta
sts! and pri-e, ye.pro luced in this country.
2. THE REFU3LICAN COURT; Or, Society in
Davs of W ishiug.on. Tweutv one Pnrtratts
3. TJE HOLT G03PEL. Illustrated with forty f.'rgra-
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Himorjr, Romancu ar.d Poetry, with aigliteen ingra
vings from Or gi nal Pr.in.
5. THE MOORE CALLERT- A sen. of forty eight
highly flnisht) i Engraving of Portraits, Land eae,
Ac , illustrative of tha m st beautiful passes of bis
6- HOME AUTHORS AND HOKE ARTISTS; Or,
American Scenery, Art and Literature, aith thirteen.
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7. THE FLORAL XEEPSAEE Thirty Ingravings
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8. T3E GEM OF THE SEASON. Tea beautiful Hius-
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"Sundays obs-rve: Thmk when th. Bells do Chime
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WriliDg Iaks, Portfolio, Pack gammon Boarda. Work
Boxes, Rosewood and Mahogany Desks, Latics Cabas,
Paint Boies, (lame, Ac., Ac.
Tbe piJiiie ar invited to exaoain th ahoy list befor
.oing Mfhcrs. Forsalaby
deel aas CHAP. W. SMITH.
Farmer and Hechanic,
THE INTERESTS CFThV'fARM AND SHOP.
A Slonthly Iloeord l.earral Agrlcnltnry, M
r basic, Ktock RaUIuj, I'm It Grvwlnj ava
Home In tor rata.
WILLIAMS. . -
R. n. HOnSDa'N. FastTenneaaee,
CuiU.J CANS jN. We.Tenns
Assisted by naro.rous reg'i'ar Contrtba'.or.
A$ At EXPONENT OF BOCTHEatN 1NDCSTET,
It is th d -sigo of tbeccductors tmak thi Jvarnai tand,
dewTcdly, al I!. hM fth Hst.and no labor or rffart
will b spared to eC"m;:ih th end la th ilwirtcts wner
Farmiag is at-at pcofl ah y cjo lurtd, th la-ge-l oumber of
Agriculture! Journal eirra at. Ths intell gene thry eoa
y of tb iiH,ji-rd methods cf esi livation, th improrw
inent iu fjra.-. k, and ef the rreat reainer ol saw aadl
tt.fj laW taviag mC:tne that ar eetntly fcrtng ia-WliM-ed,
vender it nreeaaa y that every famef aliuttid have
.ha aaeaaa f tin iatelligeDe wi'h a hi rw.cn.
THE TEXSF3SEE fTr-EU AND MECUAN'IO
Cr.lln FORT IltJlIT p-retof ra.i a,Kr issllv
ly, and i printed with k and hand", tjp. an oo4
paper, and tmt'.t LUoxraiei with ai l-roprial .Cr.vtn(
-TEHwS OF SCMCalPTtON.
Oo py,eoa yta.lnvae-Wy ia advaaew, 2 vn
M. !.. " j
-.j. 11 W
To-, gmra. MOtGAM CO.;
Publish', Naahvtll, Tjtjb.
nf" T Jsooary nabr w.U appaar by ths liKh of tba
m..th. an! rurth-r .-' 'I '1S
prwwpUy y tha eratof aach ium .
FIXE TASH AT rU-UC SALE.
ON iATL0Y,tl7ta lo.l . a Ue t tb -"-j
oil .W, H .u.Narh.uie, - -U . W
TALI AB' . Corta4 tuv.r. bw 'O.- --
, . w Bart... TV. tr oa . kdr4 a
t.uly a' ottti laad aa Ih.j. r. IU ")
Hilly IK? acraawaid. ki. beatty Haaa-rvd.
rrvy; ta B wa. a a.owa pv;or.
rxuidwe.Dr. " h,"M .. i
Taaa.-sw. aad Ihe. ,sreri;t Say ati
hetemy Meard, aya ia AUat, Wl a
tier reultv L '
traUlJ..kt. UNDiLIT A C IOCS ITT.
t- K Ctaaoraw, AatHiowr.
K U.-r. aa a u ally a at osjv ?t? soA
wiU Ua t-aaar hm awa. at pt to ai y w sa.ag
to StaaU.tt. Jaa I id
i?llI-Y--lJ barwta Seetifi.d whisky; baral.
l ui iaaiWbiay. U.o'aJ a by
4 IL OIUOM A CO
i tut iiuLai. rulbks bA ao4aw
Srtiby , AaaJJ P. IA-Utv-AI.
y- " r ra-srvrg u-u a a w Wiil Ua ivt tltXt
'CINf. lTij auea i.S b in'i I lit.