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CAILT $8. TXI-WEEZLY 15: WEEKLY $5:
, W. BIT. ilHTH.
' jfo.b. AIXBKDEK.
JOHN F. MORGAN'.
ANTHONT g. CAMP.
gMlTlJ, MOR8AN . CO.,
"Tf. IIT. 1MITI1 Jr, JOHN' II. CALLKN'DER,
Oflee Bfa. IS, t t i : t Deaderick Sifeet.
. News Brevities.
.... Great flocks of wild p:eeon$ hire been
roo.iing, lately, in the suburbs of Mobile. Sever
thousand hare, in coDeequence, departed this life.
Mrs. Prewett, of the Vaioo Banner, writes
from New Grleans that Mrs. Ch?e Las just return
ed from a European tour. aoJ is on her way home
to Tampico. Mrs. Chafe is an historical character,
la tbe face of twelve hundred armed Mexicans, (he
Bailed the American dig above the Consular pal
ce at Tampico. Her friends cried to her to coma
down, and tbe rude eol iirrs threw stone at her,
but she replied, " H7zf are the frit Iri'f years of
my waidng life lo the glory e.f my touiitry," and
with one arm encircled round tbe flag-staff, with
the other she called the emb'em of our nationality
to it and there it flaats still and when she du e,
it is to be her winding bhect. Well does she de
erve such an honor.
.... We find tbe annexed paragraph in one of
ar exchanges. It is curious, if tru-: "All per
sons, where euow abounds, are not, perhaps, aware
of the value of the fleecy cakes iu making light,
delicious and wholesome bread. There is do 'rais
ing' in the world so perfectly phisiological as good,
fresh sweet enow; it raises bread or cakes as beau
tiful as tbe beet yeast, or the purest scids and al
kalies, while it leaves no taint or fermentation
like the former, nor injurious neutral salt like the
latter. Indeed it raises by supplying atmosphere
wherewith to puff np the dough, while the other
methods only supply carbonic acid gas."
.... A correspondent of the Morehouse (Parish)
Advocate, Louisiana, illustrates tbe value of stable
manure for fruit trees, by stating that a graft in an
apple tree inserted by him on the 15th of February
last is cow ten feet Ligh. The grafts inserted
where no such invigorator was used were only five
feet high. The hot-bed in wnich the tree first men
tioned, stood, bed been made lor rsi-ing cabbages
about twelve inches deep. There is no doubt
the fruit of this graft will be altogether superior to
that of tbe other grafts.
.... The operatives of the Lowel! factories have
over one million of dollars deposited in tbe City In
titutions for saving in that city. Tbe number of
depositors U 4,413, and 1,475 new accounts have
been opened during the year. la January, 1853,
tbe surplus profits then on band were divided
among the depositors. Eight semi-annual dividends
(including tbe one payable next Saturday) at the
rate of 6 per cent, per annum, have since been
paid, and there is now a surplus profit amounting
to $7,147.74; this amount, together with the fu
ture earnings, will be divided in January, 1858,
among tbe persons who shall have been depositors
for one year next previous to that time.
.... The editor of the Warrenton Whig, who
was recently on a visit to Richmond, was informed
bj Messrs. Dickinson, Hill & Co., auctioneers ef
that city, that the gross amount of their sales of
groes last year reached the enormous sum of
Two millions! The entire sales of other houses of
a similar kind in Richmond, it is said, would make
tbe amount to go over four millions and still the
baaine6s is increasing.
.... A meeting of the Executive Committee of
the Illinois State Agricultural Society was held in
Springfield on the 9th ioet. Resolutions compli
atentary to the retiring Executive Board were
passed. It was also resolved to hold a State Fair
text fall, and to offer $10,000 in premiums.
.... The taxable property of Obion county in
1855-56 amounted to $3,4-40,937. Of slaves there
were 1,834; white polio subject to tsxation 1,426;
corn 826,417 bushels; wheat 80,482 buthlt; and
of cotton 69 bales only.
.... A gentleman from New Orleans was recent
ly put ashore at Hickman, Ky., from the steam
boat Hiawatha. Cause loo much familiarity with
one of tbe Camelia Jopanicas of the stage, thereby
interfering with tbe gallantries of the captain of tbe
.... A correspondent of the Wei'ern Recorder,
writing from Greenville, S. C, says: " I am within
few miles of the place where the experiment was
made of raising tea. It has proved a failure. The
plant will grow wel! enough, but wages are too
high in this country. We can not afford to pick,
roll up and dry any sort of leaves here for half a
dollar a pound. In China, where a man is hired
for one dollar a month and boards himself, it may
- .... A St. Louis paper furnishes us with the fol
lowing item of news: "We put down the custom of
endorsing what is called accommodation paper, as
la grande folie of the age. In tbe first place it may
be set down as a general principle that no man who
can raise money on bona fide securities, will stoop
to the despicable meanness of begging his friend's
endorsement. What right has any man to ack us
to shoulder his responsibilities? to take all hisrUki
without any of his profits to entrust our fortune,
honor, reputation everything that is d.ar to us
to the casualties and chances of private specula
lions, iu which we have no interest and over which
we have do control? The habit of exchanging en
dorsemeuts, pursued during a bueiaess career of
ordinary length, in Line cases out of ten involves
all the parlies in ruin. Walter Scott lost tbe accu
inula lion of years, and died in debt, from endorsing
bis friends paper. The shrewd Barnum, who bad i
piled fortune on fortune, till his name became a
synouyme of auccess, was stricken down in a mo
meet, and plunged into irretrievable bankruptcy by
n endorsement. But if this habit of mutual en
dorsements among business men which in fact con
titute a sort of partnership in which each gambles
on the credit of the other if this deserve denun
ciation, what shall be said of the consummate im
pudence of the man who takes advantage of your
private friendship to entangle you in the snarl of
his financial embarrassment ? That man ceases
to be my friend, wbo asks me if I will be good
enough to allow him to ruin me. Every man has
risks, cares and antlctlea enough of his own. It
requires all the prudence, caution and foresight
which the gloomy lessons of the buainca records
of the country are constantly teaching u, to esa
Lie one to steer clear of the dla.tere which lis
thick In one's path. The man wbo would entail
bis own perils on bis friend's bead, I cot a friend
but a well, yes a fool or a rascal"
.... A woman in Iodiana recently gave birth to
three healthy mat children aod a girl, at one birth.
She named the boys respectively Buchanan, Fill
more and Fremont on the girl she beKtowed the
. same vl Jiaaie. 1 be husbaud of that roinau Is to
....A letter from LUbon, Portugal, aays :
Ttitre U nothing ot particular iuterest to be
la the city, eic.pt terbape s chapel, ia an old
churvb, about aiitera by right. u Iret Urge, tud
sidtobare coti $t,lX),0"y. It I Luiit almoa
entirely cf amethya, cornelian, lopi, cirrora mar
tie, porphyry, and Uhtr precious atoms. The
three aides are filled iu with mottle plate repre
senting scriptural S'ibjeeu, and at a short c'leteitoct
cannot be loll from the or-ghiaJ paintings. Te
. candelabrrs in this chapel are said to hV4 coat
$75,tx0 a piece; they are of silver .ilJed, aad are
the only things of value Uft by the FrctcS, wto
knew cot llulr wouh." )
.... An Illiuws paper says list lion. Join
Wood, LI'iH. Governor, by the suffrages of tbe
Republicaa party, and lien, Samuel Holita'a,
Speaker of the House of JUpiearbUtivea, by tke
Toteofihe Krbrssk nu-n.brri if lie U.)Ut,
both c'l'zens of Quincy, are brother lu-Uw, bar
partner in bttgiuesA, and are Lwtb rcaldiug t.
eers iu tbe Illiu jU L.-gieLtufe.
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 23, 1357.
Rutherford County. ' '.
One of tbe Proprietor c f ihe PaTKior will be In Mar
nreerbero on Monday nit, Ccanty Court day. He win be
ratified to meet oar Rather'ord aubcr:ben there, and re
vive their due tor the past year; aod be would'nt oljeet
U their helping him on by paying also fcr the preient year.
American State Convention
The Memphis Eagh and Enquirer ap
proves onr suggestion that the Americans
of this State should hold a State Conyen
tion in this Citj, on Wednesday, the 6rn
day of May next. If this suggestion should
be generally approved, we trust the masses
in each county will hold meetings and ap
point delegates at as early a day as may
Le deemed proper. It is necessary to be
gin the work of organization, and to pros
ecute it until every civil district in Tennes
see is thoroughly organized.
The ewpaptr XIulnes.
We repul-li.-h this morning, from tlie
Memphis Bulletin, an article upon the news
paper business and the cash system. We
do this with a view principally of placing
before the readers of the Patriot some
fact3 connected with the business to which
they may not have paid any attention.
The credit system iu practice here i3 the
greatest drawback upon the prosperity of
our newspaper establishments. The bulk of
their subscriptions are outside of the coun
ty of Davidson, scattered all over the State,
and extending into adjoining States; and
unless the subscriber feels the full force of
his obligation to pay and pays up prompt
ly t the expiration of the year, the ex
pense of sending out a collector becomes
necessary. This expense cuts off generally
full one-fourth of the means of the office
derived from subscr bers who will pay, aud
when added to the loss on account of those
who will not pay (we hope we have no
such subscribers on the Patriot list ; if we
have we shall most assuredly strike them
off,) becomes a heavy and onerous bur
den. 2so newspaper ought to be subjected
to the expense of sending out a collector.
Every subscriber should feel it to be his
duty to forward his subscription so soon
as it is due, and not wait for a dun. The
amouut is small, and will give him no
trouble. But we did not take up our pen
to present our own views. We designed
merely to invite attention to the remarks
of the Bulletin, hoping, we may add, that
they would instigate the subscribers of the
Patriot to do the genteel thing by us.
Divlalon of tbe remit) 1 rania I'rrao-cracy-1
be Ueft-al of Forney Ottymjf to
The Interference of -Mr. Itucliuuau.
The Tittsburg JJi'patch refers to the fact that
the friends of Gen. A. D. Foster are not disposed
to submit tamely to the denunciations of the Penn
sylvania, and thtittemptof Win. B. Rankin, of the
'Keystone Clab," to "read out of the party" those
members who declined to go into the Democratic
Senatorial Caucus of the Pennsylvania Legislature.
Democrat "comes back" at the i'orney wing of the
Democracy with a manly independence of the pow
ers that Aac to be, which is truly refreshing in these
days of truckling subserviency to those hnviug
political station wherewith to reward favorites. We
give a few extracts :
"Gen. Foster, aud the remainder of the eight
men, could neither be bought, biibed, nor whip
ped into submi-Mion to the dictatorial mandates of
the President elect Let the Eastern
Demon acy have a care. vVpstmorelaud will sus
tain ber representatives. Like them, she can
neither be bought by the attempted open bribery
of place and position, nor be silenced by the threat
enings of authority."
Mir. Buchanan did interfere. On the
very day of tbe assembling of the Democratic cuu..
cus, a letter was brought to Ilarrisburg from Mr.
Buchanan, proclaiming that Col. Juo. W. Forney
was his choice lor Senator, with the assurance that
he (the President) would be under personal obliga
tions to every man, both in aud out of the Legisla
ture, who would aid in his nomination. That was
a direct bribe to members of the Legislature. It
was throwing open the whole patronage of the
incoming administration to elfect Col. Forney's no
initiation There is scarcely a member of the As
sembly who does not, either directly or indirectly,
for himself or his friend, desire from Sir. Buchanan's
administration some post or position, and each felt
that anything which he might do to put him under
obligations would surely result in profit to himrelf.
It was too much to stand, and it was too much
for General Foster's friends to submit to tamely.
They knew ihe power of the admin
istration, and felt that it would be folly to go into
caucus to vote against the man wbose pockets
were filled with the commissions for every cflic
in the gift of the coming National Administration."
'l b fiie:i!a o Gen. Foster are not ina position of
hostility to Mr. Bucbsuan or his admiuirtration.
Tbey believed that his interference with the judn
tneuts and feelings of the members of the Icgiala.
ture was an unwarrantable aumptiou of dictato
rial authority, and it was resented in a proper way.
They cannot be read out of the Democratic party. All
the bitter dei.unciatiou of thw Pennsvlvanian, and
howling of the truckling bouuds who bow in niie
rable subservieucy before ihe mandate of the Pre
sident, and who think denunciations of Gen. Fo
ter aud his frirnds will be acceptable to him, can
not drive tbi.'tn from tLe support of democratic
As for Mr W. B. Rankin of the Keystone Club,
wbose "virt'ious indignatiou" pervades tbe denun
ciatory resolutions ol that organisation, the Demo
crat calls attention to his former bitter '"nativif in,"
and to tbe notorious fact, st the WiMiamaport State
Convention of 1660, be was the man who paid a
bribe of three twenty dollars JlidMetowt notee to
John S. Donahue, a delegate Irani Philadelphia
county. The indignation of to virtuous a politi
cian will scarcely cruu the Democracy of West
' DsTldtan lanuir Mack ( snpany.
A company beariog this name has lately been
formed in this place, by several of our enterprising
stock raisrrs; the object being to improve the d.l
ferent classes of stot k by imputations of superior
breeds. The sum of I'.',l'UO has already been tub
scribed, and it is expected that thii subarripliuii
will be largely iutreaad. Dr. Mielby is the Presi
dent of ihe company; Tolb. rt rani, ing, Secretary;
wod Dr. K. C. Ffter, Treasures. T. Fanning i:d
Co'oikI Allen, of Sumner, have been ap ointed
i,;ruu to vicit othrr States and select atotk.
Among the stuck wl.icli it is ii tended to procuie at
once, is a trotting stallion ol the beat breed. It is
expcted that audi a. i auimal will be procured iu
seatou for tlMl.iliou at the spring Mr. Tbe
genu will alro, as soon as poiible, j ake purchas es
with a view to the impruteinctt of cur auecp,
ueat rattle, and othr Uriu stock.
1 l is enierprine is in goo'i hands, and it cat tint
fail to arcompliah highlr benfLul reaull. U'
rcf.r to the oraiiii.tuiu, that w may exprre our
gratification at Ihe enicrprUe, and advice thore in
tereted who have Lot J1 taken stock to come
prooif ly lor aid ai.i ei.hr,; ti.e means of the
company to improve the breeds of froi animals iu
the fciUle. Union i A mrricun:
AfWr the 4th of 11 arch next, there will not
be a sing's Democratic member iu the Iloare cf
Representatives from New Filmland, and but one
in the Senate and he has free soil sympathies.
The Key Wet corrpoo h ot of the
CbaileflO'J Xrrtiry, says, that "during ths year
If 56 there were seventy i wo accidents to v-t'.
ia the Key Writ DiaUict, Of these, clue were to
tally luat, wi.lt tiewly all the r curgoer; seven ar
rived liakiu anJ were couletnaed, and the re
walndcr rvttire-il aiaUnce from the wreckers aad
paid Salvage, Tbe appraiard va'fcatioe of the
els and thsir riroee was f t.sU'.fX). Ttls is a
larger annuel U property tuao tea ever before
been jeoparded b the aame walrrs dunt g a sirais
iar period. Tin Iom to iL uudrrweiurs canuo
trthtslLiti 'JO,(00. The t.ul Lae Uve cot
fjy There I sn ok ttre ue n!!;h, K rt ,
C.i. i.iia, it.li, at the sun's uer.Juu, cvvris wah
si ale a a; -e of i. toe Uioo-anj e-t. It ouij
a8ofdnHr for foir tbjuJ2ire Lunrtd w o.
T-om the Memphis Morcing Bdletin.
Cash ISysleni of Nubacriptiou.
By last mail we received the following from
an esteemed subscriber in Williamson comity:
January 8, 1857.
Dkar Sif: I don't like tbe idea of your discon
tinuing to s?id me the Bulletin. I have been so
much interested in reading your papr, that I niis
it aJn;ot as much, as a h iend. Tne BidUti U one
of my most welcome weekly visitors, and I do ootlike
its virits being interrupted st head-quarter. Don't
be uneasy about the subscription money. (1.) I am
good for my debt, and my notes are always taken
at par. (2)1 have not three dollars in my pocket
j'lfet now, t ut will m nd you the money soon. (3.)
The Bulle'in is quite a Strang? r in these " digsin,"
but I thhll try to introduce him to eorne of my
neighbors and friends iu "Old Williamson."
We have been rather desirous than other
wise fur the occa-i.in tj preach a short sermon
op our C8! syo'em of subrcription, and as the
foregoing j-ffonJ 09 an appropriate text, wo
avail ourtkes of it. We t-hnll divide it into
an Exordium or preface, and then treat the
suhject nntler tlie Three Heads mmked with
numerals iu.onr corres; cedent's letter.
Exohbicm. Tuhlif-hirg a daily newspaper,
now-a-dayp, and keeping a large printing es
tablishment in full blast, is an eijeitiv o e t
tion. Il takes rttouey, aiid a good deal cf it
nut promises of money, but money ccmptant,
ns the French say, or cash down, &i we say n
English. Thus, little cs many may imagine
the fuel to be, it rtquires of this very neei'ful
article, something in the neighborhood of a
boTe thirty tt.os md dollars er annum, to
keep the little Bulletin a going. There wa
an idea once, which obtained considerable cur
rency in the world, that type-setters, press
men, n-iler-boys, and "printers' dev ls,"cou;d
live on air. liut that idea is exploded; and
now, it is. very well understood that these sen
tient human beings and their families ( for they
have families, jur t like otbt-r people,) are un
der the common necessity to seUle with the
baker, the butcher, and the grocer, with the
wherewithal their weekly bills provide. And
these weekly bills this paying up on Satur
day night, is what the publishers has to see to.
Where is the money to come from? It does
not fall at his feet out of the sky at least we
have never heard or read of such an extraor
dinary phenomenoi:-but must be derived from
the casromer8 of the concern the subscript
tions, advertisements, and job-work. o much
being preinied, the congregation is prepared
for the elucidation of
IIka(1.) "Don't be uneasy about the subscrip
This is a very delusive way of looking at the
subject. It lias beeu a delusion and a tinare to
many a newspaper publisher, who counting
up immense sums vpon hit look, dreamed him
self growing rich, until the stoppage of credit
by the paper maker woke him up the reality
that he had been "working for nothing aud
finding himsel!." Let js tett this fallacy,
"Don't be uneaty" suppose our Secretary and
Treasurer should say, of a Saturday afternoon,
to the thirty odd human sou's who keep com
pany with the flesh through the instrumental
ity of their weekly earnings, punctually paid
at his de-k: "Gentlemen, don't he uneasy!"1
Suppose this to co on from week to week, and
month to month, and they could find it in their
capabilities of endurance not to be "unea.-y"
how long would it take them to present the
appearance of .-tarved ghosts, instead of the
sliek, well fed, intelligent, gentlemanly "KuU
let in lios" they' now art? "Answer us that,
Maer Brook 1"
Head (2) "I am good for my debts, and my
notes are always taken at par."
So is the Bulletin pood for its debts, sr d so
are its notes at pur. It is so, purely and simply,
and only becauo it set oat Upon, and inexora
bly maintains, the cuiyten. Our correspond
dent made himself so, precisely upon the same
principle buying without the tax which cre
dit always has to pay, and realizing the price
of what he may have to sell. Neither he nor
the Bulletin, however, could long continue
solvent, if directly contrary system of busi
ness was adopted.
Hkau (3) "I have not threa dollars iu mny pock
et just now, but will send the tnoaey to you soou."
That's another delusive way of looking at
the subject. Let us tett it again. Suppose
'Bulletin Company' to be owing its neighbors
of the Union Bank, across the streer, three
dollars for the use of that amount of its "cir
culation," and the time had expired the lat
"day of grace" and we should send a bi'et
doux acro-s to the Cashier, of the same tenor
w ith the foregoing wouldn't it be funny if he
was content therewith? 1xvage don't lum
pen to be that way ! The custom is, for the
individual to "shin room!" and get it, or have
his rations stopped. And it is right it should
be so; for it is easier for the individual to do
this in his own case, than it would be for the
Bunk to look ut'.er the numerous debts that
are owing to if, and whose punctual payment
is necessary to the redemption of its obliga
tions, Just so ith our "circulation." Upon
the punctual payment of the multitudinous
small sums of which the newspaper business is
made tip, depends cur prosperity. We pay
then out in large sums for paper, for tuel,
for honse-reut, etc. If one may relax ti e
rule, all may. Now which is easiest, which
most reasonable, that the individual sut scriber
who does not happen to have the price of sub
scription in his pocket at the moment, should
"shin round"' and get it at the proper time, or
that the publisher should be under the necessi
ty of undertaking the same delectable enter
rist, for a one tfioutand time hirjjer amount
Aoswer us that too, "Master Brooks," while
we sum up with a few
Closing Remarks : We are quite sore that
none in the congregation of constant readers
cf the BaUetin, will undertat;d from the fore
going that, in the enforcement of the rule, we
distrust their ability, or willingness, personal
ly, to pay. Indeed, it has so happened, that
amorg iho.-e who have failed to get the paper
under the rule we have established, there
have beeu a number of the most sub
stautial and punctual men in the coun
try and the vry wannest of our personal
friends. The fault has always been with pub
lishers themselves, in sending out their journal
utter the time paid for frequently when the
persons to whom they are sent do not really
wish it, aud cottliuue to receive it from & sen
timent of delicacy in tiot ordering it to be
stopped. The system is wrong. No oue ought
to be put to the alternative of taking a paper
he does not want, or if going to the ungraci
ous trouble of telling the editor he does not
like bis labor; nor can any publisher atT ud to
extend lh credit system uulei-s he has a larger
capital to waste, than any with whom we have
had the good fortune to be acquainted. W
ssy waste for, with the best and meet solvent
subscription list that ever existed, there is
in the casualties of death aod removal alone,
with the tiptoe, delay aud uncertainty ot
collecting small sums at distant points a dit
fereuce of fu forty jer centum between the
fruits of the cash ami the credit syxtem. Thus
fir, e ur experience is, that the readers or- this
iar approve and prefer the rule we lave
adopted. Thns fortified, and with the backing
of our coicii. porittits, all, or nearly all ef
whom have come into it, we shall most cer
tainly tdliere to it. s
- Our Snturttllzailon fcrafrin.
We are glad to notice that there exiM a deter
mination on the p.rl ot American Members ot Coo
grrtg to make a vigorous effort to t(!.-ci some re
lorut iu our preaeul Naturaiisttion S stem. There
remains r.o longer a doubt Iu the mind of any pa
triotic and r fleeting cilil.-n, that tU.re txiata great
need for ruch r torm. The boueal men uf all par
Lee, who loe li.eir coaictry more than they do
thvir party, are in favor ol it. Public op'udun it
every wnrre strongly demanding it, and we believe
that tf tiie American party bad, from the oul-etart,
mtde il the xc!uive o' jfi of th-lr orguixatiou,'
and not burmcddled tub irrelevant Uei.ee, ai d
wilh qittn ealcuiated lo excite , th- psion
and piejndices of the people, an lue would tae
been ma-ie lip which would hve beeu ia pat tiah
exao-iineii and dlpaaioolrlf ducuaed ihii i-tlia
wouhi Lave been the political rights to be j tow up
on peTS'M.S fi-ord abroad.
' Public set riwnt is b-ffri;hij more and sjore
sound OU tbi-i ut Jjcl Hen tf ail paities are now
artajin tietiieiee agairal li:e Ilea of making
A sir rem ct iau.l i; o tint rhrap, that it le at tan -a
'lo by cy one, 1 tie aovnvua power ol our Ke
piib'k ia iu ibe people, and i!ue bate tow very
g ee'ally eotue u its e nduaiun, that (he vageboud
Jvet.iarer, cctph.g l.'itn ibe jols and patked off
fiout tie piXM-hcua.e ol Europe, U to', fit lor ei'J
(enaiup in this country the oiomrnt hi dirty rsf
S'-ii Sltuking rarvasi touh oar ahores. Tbere )
not a en-i-'le ciOS' ii and patr;t iu tbe Ci;ua wbo
II deny that tbe natural jttioo Sacs de eJ refjf.
Sjiauor.; a fid (m parte lu tbe oiulr, be it ever so
tlrv, VfiereB, aud dic:piii,J, ran Suetaiu li
fe If i pou aa lue iu Uvor A these Us as they
lb evil tffecU of the present system are cow
bei'j rrebicd end (t't, tvrry candid man moat
SLd UoS adtiiil thai be b?t9al vt po'tiical r 'bts
upon a class cf foreigners, who from birth, habits
and education, are incapable of oiiderrtandinz, and
therefore of appreciating th? high and inestiniable
right of the elective frsachise, has already done itn
niense mischief, and is calculated,' with the con
stant increases of our foreign population, to ''o still
more. Many, if not all, ol the powers of Europe,
are at war with the political ptiociples and elements
thit are st the foundation ol the structure of our
Government. The intelligent classes are instructed
to look at them through a perverted meiiium, to
regard them as antagonistic and hostile to their per
sonal interests, as well as to tbe ni.i'mu nance aud
preservation ol their political rights; the uneduca
ted and ignorant are not able to institute compari
eona of the kind, but they are 'brought up and train
ed in a minner to m.ike them pas.-iv?, if not wili
ins tools of despotism; to believe in the divine and
bt-reditary rights of those who govern thero, and to
look-upon all others as less privileged, aud worse
off than themselves.
" Hereditary bondsmen" are the longest of all
others learning the great bluings of libtitj; ihey
are certainly the h ast compe tent of teaching oth
ers, and perhaps the least able toexrci-e a whole
some discrimination and deliberate judgment iu
the selection of their rulers, when this respon
sible and unwonted power is fortuitou.-ly given to
Satisfied, a hundreds and thousands of the he?t
portion of our naturalized, as well as native-born
citizens now are, of the evils resulting from tlu
present loose mod-j of manufacturing Ameiicati cit
izens, it is to be hoped that the present natur.ihzi
tion laws may be so altered as to renudy the evil.
Those members of Congress who array themselves
against such a reform, had better beware. They can
not do so without incurring an odium which will
prove fatal to their success hereatler. l'Uilxdd
Truths for Southern Vemocrats.
Now that the election is over, the Demo
cratic leaders can tell the people some truths
not written by them before the election:
Correspondence of the N. 0. Delia, (Dem )
Washington, January 1.
The strife now is, re diy, between the Noith
ard the South. The tjuestion is, shall not any
more States the constitutions of which shidl
tolerate slavery be admitted into the Uuio:.?
But a thing so easily evaded is really not
worth disputing about, for in truth, in t-.n-l,
"squatter sovereignty" is the question. Sup
pose, for the sake ot argument, that the q it-s-tion
is settled, irrevocably settled ia Congress,
against the admission of such States; ami the
inhabitants ofa Territory d-siring admission
iuto the Union are decidedly in favor ot
slavery, what is to prevent them from making
uo provisiou in their Constitution concerning
slavery, tr troiu changing after admission, at y
provision which the force of circumstanett. tniy
liavo introduced aai'ist their wih? Ye-,
'"squatter soverignly" is the question, ilow is
it likely to operate in future? Is it not the
popular doctrine? If it is not Democratic r
Constitutional doctrine, ic certainly has so much
the appearance of Democracy as lo be taken
fr the genuine thing itself by nine tenths ot
the people. It will decide the Kansas diiiicu!
ty aid il it is not, it will be, ere long, the pop
ular doctrine of the North. What reasou is
there for this opinion?
Whence fl.jws the strongest current of etui
gratiou to the public territory? Everybody
knows it is from the North.
I:i what maiiiier w ill the election of Mr. Bu
chanan ntlVct our domestic emigration and
concomitant ".-quatter sovereignty?' In 1 c
land the election is h:.iled as an 'Iri-h t'iu;n h
iu America;" in tiermany it is "a Gciman
triumph." Tliis will, iu all probability, in
crease very considerably, the number .!" -ur
Euroean emigrants, (.renetally tlu-y have
little m niey when they arrive, utid therefore
hover about the placo where they land and
the neighboring e'ities. Tlieir destiluiion im
pels i hem to work for any wages they can get;
and being lo 'g inured to liareistnp and pnvj
tlon, have learned to support a tamily ir a
week on a scm that woihd not. moio titan suf
fice for a like f'ami y of Americans a single d i .
They will come iti great numbers during toe
next two years, ami in proportion, the emi
grations of Americans to the West will Lo in
creased; and all those crowded out from the
Noit'.eru cities and neighboring towns w ill be
in f vor of "rquatter sovereignty" and "iieo
soil." The foreigners who take their places
those at least who come from de-potie govern
ments falling in the way of the Abolition
and IL'pubiican eaders, and getting tbe idea
that they alone are for freedom are the
"Liberty party" they wi.l joiu that patty.
The South is comparatively free lioiu this
trouble. It loses also its ttLots in populating
t e public territory.
tuccediiig in Kansas and Nebraska, tin
great tide ef emigrants will turn southward,
sweeping ever to exau. The indnceineiit; in
the Territories farther North and We.-t, will
not tor some time be sutlioient to desert its
coure-s iu that direction. As soon, there-tore,
us the great "Northern hive"' discovers tlie
success of those swarms the'y have sent i tr",
thus will every one give his voice for ".-q iaiter
sovereignty." Uut what jfoes it .-ignify f la a
few years both houses of Congnss will bo o
posed to the extension of s avery. Already
some that the Ninth rrgirded us trier.ds, have
declared themselves anti-slavery and atiti
extension men. Kveu Donghis, li.gler hlu
Shields, haee receiilly made similar e-oiites
sions. Can the South rely on any Northern
man standing by her in the day of trial, in y
far. ber than he shall deem it Ins inteiest ;o do
se? If theie be such a niau who is he?
From the Tennessee Fanner and Mi'ehanio.
Mr. Editor : Your'sof the 1th was receiv
ed to-tiny, and I thank you lor your polite at
tention. I have written to know aUuit the cot
ton havester, desiring to secure all the aid in
my jiower. The mass of my brother I'lantcis
aro too coy in regard to laUir-saving inij.le
mcnts. I have seen .some thirty to filty hands
with hoes raking up tlie manure in a cow 1.4,
ami with tho same implement really loading
wagons. 1 have seen an exporie-ne-ed plainer
plowing the oarth, two hands carting it some
one hundred feet for trick making. Wlie ieas,
in Kith cases, a horse scrajier, el one or tw o
horse size, would have done more woik, and
paid for the implement at over ten dollars in
two er three tlays' work, valuing labor at only
forty cents per da-, er ten dollars per month.
If I can use the "harvester" to pat her three
to five hundred jtounds of cotton only, it will
pay me well, Ivcause I can employ all spare
timo in preparing my land, whether by manure
or any othe r way, for the ensuing crop. If my
lst hands now gather fair cotton, nliotit three
hundred pounds on a push, and the haru-ster
will elo so w ith cae, I will le content. The
preat elrawliiu'k on iinproveinent, is the time
alisolutely revpiirfd to make and gather a civ p.
We may argue as we will, the mass e.f us w ill
plant to make nil wo can gather; and if so, w e
are employed at cotton culture and gathering
from the first of March to the fir-t eif June.
We are pu-hed to keep up necessary re jKurs,
without any clearing, or manure er pa.-tu.re
making, t'ould we gather in three months,
we wenild lmo a inonlh for manure making.
Our country needs a stirring up in this mat
ter. It is to me truly a.-toni.-hing, though I
hae lwii a jiarty and a hxiker-ein ti r twenty
five years, that so little advance ha.s Un n in.-ide
iu inducing planters to U uctit theni-elvcs, and
thu.s their country. I have lalmrvd much in
this matter, and until my brethr n really M-.-tn
to feel that I am individually interested. et,
I am not surprised, ujon reflee-tion, for it i.s
elillicult indee-d to believe w hat I hate Svi'ii.
Here is the dilFcrvtiee in time and laUtr s-ncd
from a change of implements : for in-tawe, I
hae used somo three prist mills, and thought
that the Strau!) mill, of eighteen inches, ws
the tiling, when my friend, WiilU 1'. t'oleman
ejf New Orleans, insi.tel that I should try hi
undulating cam and flouring milL Formerly,
my miller was from eight to ten hours at lex-t
grinding for the family, and very hard work for
four mules, luei Jcr woik than a siity hero gin
anl four bales per day. With Coleman's mill,
mx horse are ample, and attentiou of over
seer four will do, with light w oik and afwiir
toen inch stone. Again, limes', of Cl.ni.m,
Mbes will make & gia of siity aawi that will
turn out an artK vf cotton, aix Uues per
day, epial to the Northern glands at four.
Yet the-e machines, cotuig us here L-., are
not looked to.
Aa aipiin, the Hrinley plows, frrm S:Trpn
ville, Ky., if they d cost w, to two de-liars
raoro here, arc cheaper iu wear, and then do
better work. I Lave lued the otto and two
honi plow for two years, and apeak advisedly.
I have fir myfrelC as well as to le able to lie
mont ucful to other, tried all impkuiwnt
within my rrach. 1 have dne m to favor no
inaa or ke -tiiu I admit, I would Lko ileal the
South would alway make tlt be-t and st It the
cheapot. 1 a.lmit, 1 love my own country
and my ow n oplo Ut ; ytt, I hop,- 1
0.a I? he w hat U to mj cw u iutertaL .
J Business of a public character will keep mo
from home the greater part of my time, and it
will not le possible for me to write for you or
any other paper often. I will eneleavor to ga
ther in my travels such knowledge as will be
of service to our people, and will feel well paid
to communicate to them through your paper,
as well as others of our southern country. -Yours,
II. W. PHILLirS.
Edwards, Miss., 1S5G.
SiGMriCANT Faulk. It is said that in tbe Tor
Bay, Devonshire, England, a hujre ston-- blocks up
tbe entrance lo the t.y. It is fabled that the stone
can never he removed txceDt by a man ho is
master ol his wife. It hns never been removed I
and the question id, must it always remaiu there?
Fbcit KiLLF.n. Many of our fruit-growers are
apprehensive that the severe weather of Sunday
ciiiht last killed the fruit buds ot most of the peach,
esand pears in this vi- iniiy. When tho thermom
eter reacht'3 as low a point a" twelve to fourteen
degrees below z-ro, it is a pretty we!! established
fact that all the finer varieties of fruits are killed.
Those, therefore, who have experienced such Arc
tic w. ather, may calculate to do without tlie luxu
ry of fruit duriug the coming season. Louisville
Courier, 22 i.
i i: i),
Of Pcartct Fever, on the 2S.h in-t , TTOM I? C VLVIN ,
nn of Felix an'! M-s. Bsrhory fo-t'it, a;.d j x )eira.
Little Tliora is -"e it in lo ItsvaM3t.
"Ia ffven. m ither, p'e:iuri centre;
Vi'et i:nz, p lriir.p, cre or we
Ne'er ur FnherN house nba 1 enter;
M:rn ad.ances, let ice (to."
On t!i.'23 h int , of Oona-nptlon, Rt the re:i"enc- of
Mr. John A. iisiier, W.M. il. WilALtV, in th- 2UU year
o' his sir.'.
Mrt run : n.
rpiTF 'iht dracght Steii-r, A LIP A,
L Utwin, M-tir, will leive fir
'henb ivi n'rts all intt-raie'liu'e aa
Nn.lins, THIS DeY, (I'uesilav,) 2S in-t ,) a: lo
M. J or Kr.-ii.t or Psage & p!y on board, "T to
tf a If H. H HRRISO. eg't
RICH CRESS SILKSAT COST FO CASH.l
w. a. & j. g. McClelland
VRFoffcrinif their entire o'e' c mt FNCY SILKS
at co: t fur c t h. No i the tri.e 10 ifi-l ha e ii is in
e lk'. MLTtlOI'i'Ll l' e M S I 'KK,
N.i'hvIMe, Jan. 23 51 ndi) i;)lV(.e t;
CLOAKcfcLO AIlS! "
TT Ere c:o"ini out our present btcci cf CL0AK3at
V Cut lor ca n. t'a 1 so m at
jau25 51 sn.! r.3 C.Hej' atr-.-L
c ii a u i7i:"s 3i l l ia i: n ,
(Furcierly of the Pt. ClotJ Uctel,)
GROCERIES, LIQUORS, CONFECTIONARY, ALE
LAGER BEER, CI3ARS, T03ACC9, &C,
.. 48 iit.it itv Miti:i:r,
FKTS r-n' a.tl on h ind 1 fu". and crm ral aaiinlr
V 1 V e Hli n e art c e, h h he is 8 hinj; at low prices.
jHu2 1 w
New Iron and Hardware Store.
mi. 14 ( oi.ij i.i: am) ii ?i.i:ki:tsis.,
nAVK recently ere 'tt.l nu Marke' rtifet a !r :r tlir-e
Mo-y House, ah'ih t- ey have onn-o l i.h lie r
o il Iron n'e 0:1 Co'le:- fr et, an-i i.re n w o I.Tiiiir tl.a
l. iln i'i' n- ti'. Ics f r s.iie for ca h or lo pu.iclua! deal .
ei'3 ( u .i
&...) io.i w I .T''-rtrJ Trii!i''i""p R fiifd Charcoal
iron of Th ir own manuf ct re, wai raUd.
1,M t.m-. a? 8 ri. J I'i ! '. lro:i, t'ct b' anU.
hi to n -t- I. A n. A K. h. f'a t, st.ear.und Carman
1 r i ' . z n a iv!.-1 Ki!-.'- an! K:4-iy.
1 ii .1 t
7". .1 1:
ft ll 1
3. .1 i
. (!. i
n K .an. I Anie..' H.ov n n l im.Ii-s.
i I'oMi.i-', Hunts, t'eatjr a l.nv-UCJ.l Axe.
n C o -v '.a 1 1.
n T. a I'd.
n str.ne HH.i.niHr?:
n Cvrt--''i !er anj Straw- Cutters.
a m rv.l t't.jii'j.
''tii I ol-- Anvii.
S a-ki W.il.t S..'i I li. jt VTces.
." '' Wa.nn lilt, ii 5 r.te.
I.'." iitunir d H:i(vi A x . s, Lest t rari.
I'D p:ti.-a " HpnuK, "
tl '.i k'Hi a s' I NaiH unj spik-t, ' "
it I e-.il M .-.ii ilia Ho e, n'l s I .
We will be !! a-t .I lo rive or.l for at.y ot th abn"
art:. I an. I our fr en.W may rc'y un gelitHK their at h
lowtrt prices. j.v.CS
I Will, piy CaOif.r LAND WAi.ReNTi at my o9ice,
No. it Cnerry street,
j li.;o J. C. FKf.UlWF..
'I'!IK itt.nM n of C )"on-R:liers ,i tir.ot. d to ?Tl' KT'.
I roiT d'-I'LAN IV 'l, the n.o t v-i'.ia-'ls in irh.r.? pt
invei.l-.d f.. oiiitiiin cotton an I other u :i :! e "i. Ilav
in I.oujrt Ith-; riuhl to m n.i'ac ur mi t t,,- ho.- rr.
i-h'W,'elm appointed Me-t.ru. KACEY Si MAiliL
T'JN, Har.nrare M.-'ch inia .it a,-tivil , cur .g -u. ..r
Mid iv T nne.-ee, wi'ere w.5 will alwavt kf.-p a -' ou
hind f ir exri b tt'.n and n.ile We i.f r rot ...n-ra'Hrra to
the ci !ific-'e of If. ohu W'at r". lr.;e s uidretaed to
Mac.y a liamiliou w 1' l e pro ptlr att ni e I to
111 V.li A M.ehlULL, etuodirtsvil'ie.
MrtKR.r.v C.R'iva, JciT-nson fo.-n'v. rk ,1
l. ,- nher ill h, 1 -.' o. f
J. A. Fttait, V.-g T r lr: II iviiir iried rff r'.u ll
voir Cotton eed I' at tr, I, with Ki"1'"1 rri '"'f tne.-, i if r
o i my t-t nii'iiv of 'i li -:e n?v. iiiif T t o-i;., a
man :w..l l:.ir-e can pUr t or d j '.!! work of o I . r r t d
I urin--., and do i' b. tt. r i,nd I-lvc h- r-.l :e ii. a n ore
f..T.i.tlie run .i ion '. r nf .r "Uliatiti thi iny oit er
mode I have Vre o'o e u.-ed. Very ie-i.-C'f4 'f eour,
in-.m to ;'i 1 JOilN W'Arr.i.
C. H. STEWAET,
Y Ij o I v s a I e a 11 l Ii r t a i I
.I14U 1 IC X -IHMISKt ?l I i It ' I J A ! T,
NO. 41 Blti)DW'AT, NA.-.VII IX.
I The t.iit-t Market J.r:ce pall ."or I' . in'rr Pro
'lnr..i Hin.la. J UUT UVly
Corner of Bnuul and S'liwi.er .V.,
UT0l"I.n It Torra fie peop'e ' f Na,!ivi'l md ti inr-r.'ti-din
r' un'rr, t' a h- hn r -rr. Iv Impr v.-1 i..
rra' y nil irpe l h Vt'l I Ya d, a-i I i m pr. t a d t'
fi l h order, in the Ma t ic I n at 'he t rt p. ti.-e and
on th m..l favnra'-li term froe H w iu ! caM p ; . ti..--u
ar nt'.enti'.n to h' w.- 1 . lr-'-d jit", k of M .niii' e't'.. 1 n
tl fi-c-., F 7U'e, !'a uary, Fo :ntatri, It;ip i. u.il F ont-,
t'rn., Va-r, Tninlis, , many of whr h a e i f t. j ur. -t
ltl an M rli!e, an 1 Iro n t ie c'm. 1 of n i "t lur p an
mt-oerg. Iti. ar; an.-enien'B are now c m;' et-' 'or ftirn!h:nd
a I k"'d o' Maro'e. e'th-r of h o in n an 1'a -l ir or i'n
port' d. II.- h n ' ii h in I I if- .punl ly - f 1 1 1 i n Ma b!e.
In ' Il r lll i i;tr, W oil he w.il -e I VM 1 if. Ho'J e Fj'-
n t ure iu I r p ian M i' h'e 'f I' e b- .' q :a iiy r:in b- had at
h yard, lie K ttteaa hi i frlf that he c n n .w ..-rV'- the p
l.e on as acjou.mmla iur tcmi i i t ii i.i a- t aid -tmieat
iu the We t. A .-hre ot u'j.u p it oiiib u ilr 1.
Ia7ergne Steam Hills for Sale.
' J Ml", ur.dt u: e l, w :i:t t d : . o e va ti n u. ire to h!
I Fa-m, . fT.-M Una v..lja.ji pi perif for -ai.-, Lon very
Th-n i a I4 w and '.hreo etsnf ftuneea :n eo-n; le'e w k
iug r i -r, a i l every thing c n nvrl in th-best po Lie
matitier for r 'nv-niei c -.
In pi iai i f lo.- ! tv c ii ui.tir- a"id,h-;n? within id yr l
of '(, r ai.ro , 1, 15 m e f- ..in N.hi le, ai. t i.i one f li e
ti 'btt ec ion in Mi J .! Tvn-r-e. Anv p' a...n a isUinf
U bur u re-pee f I'y i.wiie I to rail in I eva li'.e.
I wi I al o - II mv r Irni-e w.' h he Wiii, f de i'-l,wMeh
i new and de . t proi r r. I '.ae a:j twu oi thrte N J
1 Mill-- IV iiu. n 1 .' a n for la e.
Jai J.'-'tii JS'O. Hll.L
Mrs. Fcllowcs and Mi33 Scholes
WILL CPE!i THEIR 8 II00L,
FO!l THE KE'T.rriOU OK ITI'IL.
At Ko 21 Viae, between Chatoa and Broad 8i ,
On tint Nrcontl of lYbi uarj, IS.17.
r.i ta raa ra-.-.i
r-tuior e I . a
... -i" ta
J a.or O.a-s
Dtasl F.anch and Uane, extra.
jsr JO tf
SUA' PUHU ARE HA1LT KFCKHK0 AT Til R
Writing Saloon or
.ii i: . i) o u is e: a k ,
o. 43 1 wiou Mi eel.
IIKRfc Ft R-esa ritOI MX T I MX r If T FA K3 cf A0f
Can a- '. ehane th- moat t.!T..i.'W and r. an.p- .1 baad
r n.vf or sa.sx, iLiGASct: um jiity
L)R, Nfffro-n ti.e e ui.trv on f.n h -h ir!evn-la on
r Per.uas unac tuaiaird with tbt merit ef Mr. li.'s
traeh nf arw ra rre the ui ..ny i f ceany o' the firit
ciua. a-to Ilia I titled Males, in his tr erf -lira, or
ban ir- '1, uf pepos l il.I.i b h m n Jos ..i.'c. Muurs.
1 1 A M an I to 4 P M and I to at R'ahl.
All alls a a lo joia hn e.aa shou .l d-. so 'u saeet.a'ely
(.i.o r.ic K UK
1)ACKAOK FaLCllr. A RAaiU dehrtrod is aaW
part i' I ibeeiiy r. dips ei aa J rty.
Fee u.f tl at iei an eoierpf! very o-a 44
Xtrf ht.tima red besv avrn-s in (et as a real aac
quica ci'Vtyore, au-i hope s.y , r irot attcauaa to aaa
aa wt darva tne pa'roaaga of ibm ba.ii.aa bsa ef ka.
Itr. A. L. W'ettbrook, Isle R:eseaer ef Adasst librae
Oompsny, w.il Lara ct at of ar ws(aaa4 rs- . s aat.
1 iter stss-aajrst a: any f iir.eia lie city aa4 aaasxM
Cbanrea ser sa-irat
vitct . io Ci atry street, ap atalrt, evr W. V. Es.J's
it. a.-sl" t
AKS.IT ED AT LAST
FINK lll M.rtwl a-d Irsa .ant'sw Fa' ar, CMak
nd lt:le-e tiiaws. -na u,r m.1 . h-.i. i.r
a-1 -if r w. utiir v.
X ' I. lltH: wti i!i sew atawa ef WikILIhi
I al ..k4 s.i-sv .f . la i.a W otar Irsaa, akaea
are tte.n. ae r r K'W pi va tu c'as-
l'O litllt.j.M tttiil,
lwd e.i a ct;
S.'a tt esi.asil;
I ease t reaea M-fiao;
4 ti tait do;
dj Kj i j and Far-ev mia'a;
t da Ua.ita au4 alaewbMr CaLav'a;
t btteai (. bsy; .
) R ti k . , Aa.
The tljrds, w ia a. a' lsaa ear my ef Xtta aaa
fancy eticwAs, art 3.r.r lAa lit.. i . ia 'swsu. aia I
et'Sta-al. A ) I, te AM A iU .
sU f. tt r. rsrear.
good rnnni'f or.ier. It plane-i twe- ty four iECr.ei wida,
aud will be cuposed of at a reduced pri v.
Wil. R. Vtc?lRt.M.
jan23 No 73 To leja St.
FOR KEST. A Small Hotise
in f.-'J.iVrtrkTi A.i'littin. e .n-aini--twrt-e
ro..m, pas-ar i a:id lorcb, wi:h a I irye yar-1 Far par
ticuia",frqu reOi W. R. McARf.ASI,
jA.V'l tf No. ;a C II -gf u
t nntr rvi'T Tin iMi.lpri.'nul
w:li it ve thrf.r entirtienliin eoej.'liect ni
Claims iu t'.'itv an 1 ou'. A .- ni 'n( nuirr;r"f. c
OflW P. B V vt;'-. ts- ,oo CI. err- rr.", u- s'airs.
jinl2-t .i. ' Fr.T yirNTI-R.
HAGS I will py 31 cents
livredat mv K iu sr.re on the S-'rtti ett croerof the
sq-iar. Woolen and Sill K.3g are r-'. n r
d-rV5 W. S. W lltTFMAX.
MaT(T Vl I NTE KS. We have
iif1 aeo. d.auper itoyal Trts nearly new and
in perf't order, wLich we will ..-'l a h .r.a.n.
deci tf SMil'II, M3RJAN CO.
That beauti'il artcU cf Lon-I.m T'.k, "ASN'OLD'S
FLUID," ia all aiieJ botl!e, on h-d ard fr sr by
jatiS CHARLES W. 1 T'T.
Fy the g-ots, dozen or in0-le cpi'. f.r m! hf
J,r.2'5 Ci l.tLt W. SVITIT.
. SCHOOL BOOK.
I hive a Hrjre ft ck of C ' I. B "K. in all the 'V
pr:ment of learn'ni:, on han.l, w i. h I r ff-- at lo prices.
Tie Te icher a'n'. Cun:ry Mercl.ant wi'.l fin ! it 'o'heirad
vailase togiveraea -'l. CHA. W. t!TH,
jin":? lo 41 C' l'ff iH-fl.
tt; T-TTni TT1
J"AKK PLO'VH of the bt ipatr-. t
'.Vr .a.'i.' trorndS'c! Mould to ir is JV'.
right aa'. Itfthasdi'lowj. aJCri-.l'.CT!
A. W. I'I'IIV Pr..iri-'i-.
Tsm Cjurp, Mm-r. iPirtr firr tn-wW'
W. THURSTON BLACK,
V O II T II A I T I A I x t n i: .
STT;EI0 0V2 BtiRY & CD'S BOOK STOiiS,
Ft itl.ic Mil'.titi:.
Prof. HENRY WISER
T.-a-hes on ihe
PIANO A X D IX SI X ; I X G .
riTI'M-J a PesM. n if five mor:hi two jf
1 l.f .-very week, each tif:y cilLutc, hull
to v? pad in a.ivinre. .T'T"
Lronbv ti rro .t'i. fr to h in ntlmaee.
tjf- nrdara 10 bt lcli at V't' Muiij Mora.
f Uttt II i:'l'.lbe Reai.ler.i- . f th I .' Mrs. A'-.
I1 V.w Nurvel'j A. C. JUI V r FU,
)in:6 lw K.-ier.
.tMirii.i.i: .tcttii'.nv r 'ii mc.
r I ! I K Sp-l " S-f.i' n of t!ii- In - Titnii- n i-fniinnrr on ihr
I firs- M nihiy in l-'erujiry nxt T-rm . h-.r.-vior.
F ir p ir'ion rj ptlv io th IVinrp I, CHAS. IllfS.-Jt
Vine e hefw n T'-iir. h '-ir.l 't.o'i I, j.n'ii J
rpHK jiiih.rrilirr, llvinir at No. S u;h Soninvr -t-e.-t,
jL n 'i I'r ft i, i. vrtI in '"'I I' b ar'M o or flirt.- f.ni'tie
an.l iff 1 o r -rt. K-t. oif.i W r-l,-r to lira. " -m
tin and M ir.'an, C--e ry atreet, an-l R- e w- l.ir;e-. V !r
tr.ft -lm iU!. NANMK I.e.llS.
LADHS AND GSXTLEIIEN.
UTFcn ai'roi.io.'i.it'' a f.-sr or?- sinU' i.oirVr f,
two -Tiia I f it i.'iji w'.t'i if 1 I .it-! r..i"M. ;n -i J l- i
ani p in of f .-i r II i a .1 I' h t I r. t a- Vi- w j , . i r
at 'ii - "( in irjia II s ! t..
Catii I Hi !.
2.'-lw J.V . H. M.ATI'l- 'N.
OilK inili'ni'L'if'l V e -o. a I'om..i r lio. ot C-.1 r
J K-r-!, i exi to i! r V-r :n i iti It 'i I i '..-rr 1 e is i e .'ty,
at a'l .n-.-, to HC.rii ii'ilit iri' -en'. f y-r" .! tit
l.u i-M at f'.rnl". I'i: ttbk- ia aiwa.a provided With
th- h the raai ket nffor.'s.
j ,ni7 1K ). W". tOi.EM eM.
VV7',T I.-i'iV!r I' u-i'rv Hr- ! n-, two
Tii :r, f.om t' c iv, w.f Ii ae--ea of l.an-l. S !;
i or to a: e f r h land in e.imvat.oe, ir.. .1 i-ri -it
' II "J e. l- "d - iter, ft"ne-' "i.'e a'l.irvry n Iff
convei.i i: 'e on the n noe to h!T : t . or. o t K.tr . th- e p ir
I lic.l r.-. t: u I re at t is i.th -e ..f E i. Fr'Htti. f. n i-r ak
atreet. jan:.' i '
I'tllt fi: I'.-Tl ho ..e at r--ent mo tip ei by lb.
I Tiade--- Tia"k, is lor ttni tor the enat-ii.g ye it. I'vt
e;..ti j v. n 1st Janr.ai-y. A piw to
de.. w II i;r'tt'OV t r.i.
THE 2CA.SeTFA0rUiU,: KSrAhHiUHtNI lOJ.
FlllIF I.nR WArr.'li.L.-l. m M irket street i fa,
J. efT-red f ir .ent for the e t 1 7. ; ! v io . '
de.Vii-tl l:FMI. f. e'ilirX, Ai-ot. t.
1 "):: ' I'.- That de.irahle Sir.lKK hO.'M iid'oin-
tr.rf ".V off e ..ii en y t e. t. f " t' e vr ir l-.i'.
Ao. I '-at very "l.-siealie UW ;i 1.1 N t on e'h.rrv street,
?ontli ii' In m !, cnti cn; amne ' 9 ro.-i.., ati t wdlbe
pu: i i tl'uriUh repair. Apply to Will. I. llOVI),
ill.-- ."-n i herri
T'.YO DV.TLLIG IIJTJ353 FOR EE it-
f l II V K for let t two i-o.af .r.-iliio I'wel itm "a
..,,t'.: "i me t h if .' t- Ihke, -.K. it oi I - f-.-m tie -
S I tirr. ti'te Inline t nix n'iti witliki'ch- ti,'
eti a'i'l vrmt rii'i. -1 iV, A-., and '-a acre, of
f ..'it .1. T"e ..' he-i.. a .in ill house, i h t o r .oil'-, .nd
! aer.- of mud. luime na'r o e' t.on veil. A.iply
lo iu.'JJ '. M .-TkWA'11,41 Kr.a.1v:
Av i r xt:s.
:'rOItATIiN TIXI.. f.r the t. ir I 7. ran now be
I'd to ihe Ci? K.enoe 0 .Mertor. at hi corner
rry un I I'nion i'r--ts, in a.ivun'' at Ihe ret-- of olc
. ni per no 'nth ii;t re-.i.
II i. is '' e ! -t iiive, i nt that esn b made, i. ia el-
I iti it 1 i.x i' .y rs wii. t ;-r . 1 1 i . e t i nj.
i rt I A. Ni !..- A, I'.j'lertor.
KST A:i3 PASTRY CD05 F3S. 3A1.E
F ru'.ii. r;ber (.fe-i tor a'e h . vgitti'i TNIi'W. n
( -I til''", '.v.sh-e itr! !r:..r there is in l!.
, -.1 u un'ier.t'in 'a If, -klvxi in I l,'iervlr.
M n K'.NIIB.
Vi.UABr.E LOT F3R SALE-
rueVT f.r , uruiteiy, on- of " nit del rshle
P.! il.'llMi I. I T I'I to- cry i f S,.-h . :1 e, t h- .-a-l.er
ot 1' i - tr tine, f'l nl n ; M '-t on b'l-ea rrl run
rd'iir hi'-k 1 -' ' r I.e. fe-t to an a 'ev. T' a lot Join' tke r -i-d
ne--f I CI N i luiI-on, aa I wih t 1 1 at a i a- i n. Far
part . ".I i: c i 1 on r.ie. . R. eiLA.-Cot K,
ja IA Aant.
1 CF J. V. M'ToM is rem ne I to ''I iit'i street, on
I i..s.'w :r.e o' I tin I, i.i iv.e t.e t ton.e ree-i,t' hu ;t y .r.
I Y nnj, w1., re we are rea ly, a uji. i fi-r our a' it sea
hen ri led lu. J W . M'tM B.
1 1 t lT w. a. c .ijia. na.
E'JL10E5 FOR SALE-
rKA V :' a U'i- run.W of N' . K "li ?f r l.t'e, -J anrg
fie n s-.nie v- v i'n b e anes. A fir.t-' ale It'c.-nir. n,
ilintuii." Mi'Mir.li- rr'il CarpeLtcrs. 8 mie v.f r.a
Se-ro-'S . a.iiiot ha s.ji I tt leav the roa.iiry
jiu'5 R-M POt'ft.
Mule of le:l Instate.
Will, be il I on eT "ll t) T, f'ltlil'eHT If,
l-'T t TiluiVi ;i r'r il-nLi I, . ' n sled un t'seta
.'thit, o,v;.itt f a Aawaaaa Coil le.r, with
I..l pr o. rty Is to lr sol I for tbe parpo.e ft ma.inf a
livi. oti saii.nrf the h.-f-s H.m. I . . iir, ler J.
r.itM '. Ota thud eaah; t tit m:e o i oi.e ar.d two
gears' l '!
Jan 14. 47 tl JK1.M CAtl.VR
in: .iova ia.
'VT!F1 ?r.7.l:L'. Ii.vnir-m i-1 H ihin'1 1'ird
of I h mpso'i ''o.. No. 11 I'ao io -q i ire. ('l-It d or 'o
;he.r fo: ni. r i. e ition,) t av are n.-w o1; utn a wad art
fdstn'k.f It. ok, r-ho- , l'rur, V.i-e., c , sj.'al'.e lo
he K-tnl Iraile. 1 heir 'ae.l ties foe r-'t-DV I''l nable
h"ii tn li.e" tvhatevef in j b en! i lor In 'heir
'inc. Tt.ey wou dn . s; i t. e- ii-tr fr.n la an 1 tbe
tia 'e ire ler-illy. elltNj 41 I'uh'x" rijuara.
Jani ?m k i a rr.i7zei.u
Jiu D. J ii'J. I'r-s't.
0. l. Jias, Ca hier.
JAlv OF COMMl-iKC..
reais In s'ht aa I lima B l', liol I a 1 1 ?.!' anit'a-ae-,-ent
H ii Notes, aii.i cr.U-oti -ns ia at pa tscf ihe eoaa
try, sMWel'irhl I market pr e for I.a..d W arraata
nd p y int-ret on .'a,.oit'a. Jan'.
DS KCFU3 II. J0EX30X,
lCCn.:.-T AND At rtl-r, OF Mr Mi.lls, T'lJI HI,
' ll.f. vtsit Na-hl' r an I he f in i a: the C t' Hotel o
,-aiur a', tt e o h Ja ua. y. ui re iua a 'aw Jays aod
;i vest ten i.a a i.ld'-ia-si i tiu h e aiJ ei e.ra
Mrs, -. ,e .l i i'i..! i.f Ar-irtv- al Ki , 4c , e.
li s l it tu.p, a curiou lu-truH -nl f r d -terti-g the na
urr .1 .I ea e u! 'be l r, t-y tor- w nf a tre"n af pare
i. t as ir iiit.-fi .r a. tl.e Ueu s I v i pa-iu n Vem-
ra' r ei.s h"-i to eutrui.i a Ui i u'l ufj eii.titif
tnd treat II ru ee.f.tlr.
tl s ar.j. .i i.inin trm l.e M anof art jry o' M. Boia-
rrii-l-' of pan., w oca loo tin priaa tucdU at lb
A or. u'l F li I. t.on, len too.
Ir J l I let I 1 1 uiats an t ttra ef rtferann rVoai
rti.u f .i aud c.laetiaot V. u;ui, ah.ch h dis reta l
'at p--r use. d'-c'i1 -lis?
RT FLKMM1N hs rea -ved h.a Pai.il ?hop from t
' I'll l:i m B.recl b wee-j e 1 1 r 'V an I .-uiu'Uer. Us
rri.c.--'lui! y sell :.ls a runt i.uai"fi uf tt.t rtl'D itce Iar.
akv.- ctic-ra.a to ni'ii, aa w:ti esi pteA.stj tst R.seaa-
. . .. i .... t
i rri fi abd
II t h ve al rerevrd a trg i ; le- ! ae loch'e aa t
v v ,ii.ic e rtl J ins if tl.j twrs iju i :ty, on eo-
aiii&.ni ;titr.r to set J the a at aa u b atlalpn
.is e, wi liot rss Te, rtsrl''- e-f pel--, at .ha rea-
,i((Tv.r u.a U.a ' Ua. U , it Ji4 w mt -'. aa :hp,
.i..: c "I .1 e,ii..a . r A el s,
Jxi-4 SI P e.1ii, eo' .er C .'i s t.
jeTjT iE e:ve5
Vf.li a or tn-n a Pi 'T JUS of ail a-.d jul Ves.
at a p e,i.; J ;.-n of ui- n i p ke: C'iary, -p.
la aac , .ls A I r'.e.'t js Kj r-, Li'.s 9 Was a
astvr, ttents' .ttirt C a'a. T a la ca. auh 8 il, e I. st
ar au4 .Sula Fu? r, -I of it esr.t ai l lor ss'a f .-teajt
y 0 1 LB' K r ' , e'ont ui.'.'C strrchania.
jttt) 3T lx" tv n, corn- r i ..; ej st,
0 D- TZZZZZilOS CA?3.
ai.l f fcr s 1 tt.-rwt.
Presents for tho Holidays
'1 'Ilk fit mi r.st hiar t areerHabie Ut a IVi'.Jsr jr. tent aa a
1 pstt-M-l Lk'a sl t! cur f.'e-Js. Tl.assi llt
.feeawi be p us) ir t as early a pe.m.s at
AWiKOTTFF All MV.in -TTPFT ' "
tr ibe aojsJi was! S'eao.a, la'ja eosatia rvs-.a.
iv A.ii: pT
r,n nnn rs i' f i -
)) , f' l I pe. Jay i"u:-i.i i.wve Feaahsj a,
"or H tr.a L itest . rrica " f" 1
tc i I, c eiNDT.
Sl 0. "a'y wtl: keepaeos-an'y ea Wu4 a Ue s '
tVs'.r.er ' aaj s'tt s-ur aiatts.
1AIA, ALJIOMill Af.. J.at ereit.
The Stories cf EendricYconiciiace.
THE POO U CEXTLEIAX:
Tn5STALI3 IS OXF. V.iLUMg Elf UEtDRICK
tjii: cf or the vii.EAi.r,
THE IIAI'I IM Sl :r III IU ItlCH.
in in ico vi :
TIIHEE TAUS IV OVF V0LCMS BT USJTDr.ICK
Tales of Old Flanders,
t or.vr r t no or rst kmiuvi ,
iOOJH. I. i: A,
Tin; VII I. 1.V lKK.FITK :
THSFS TALK? F.H'M T'lE OPI-.INA'. FLevlLfU, IT
il'- NiiRU'K Cii.VCIt.NC I.
lx'ract f-oi--. the Tran-ltifnr
The F'ernih A u ror h. .e W' rls we 3re aboat lo prs
srrt to ttier'ni re.;,'ers has In ( e-.ieyed an Fnropeas
'eputat on. His hooka a ere largely trans
lated in G-rmny wi Followed by eelitioni in Ergl;-h at
lerrl'j'i, F-..-hat Pir't, Di-iih a: tVp.-nhigen.Ita.iaa
in Italy, aniievea n Bi-minn nt Praiue.
K IR i et.K ! Y
T. 2T.V.LY &. CO , TuMic fqare.
i: ( :niii i :m FvE.s.
.T-T FE'VIVFI BT
W. T. V,?rr f c., Public Sqcarf.
G-dr'ieA's ("P.hr Parry")
KEfCUIaCTIOSS OF A LIFETIME
A XE'.V W0T.K TNtlT.tl MD FOR INTFPE3T, VALCI,
AMfjhMKNr, AND I.3 i KCCTION.
IF- T rCRRY .( ro Ve .0st received
RECOLLECTIONS OF A LIFETIME;
iii-it r.itj IHiitJu
I li'HL OLl.it III LltOi;
r.y ;. ;oarU'ii,
Author of Peter Parley TVri, ai d Ute Conaul of tht
rntt'-d States at Piris, Frtinre.
The A-rtnhiojrr .phy of rne . h .e rec.-llectiona e- r race
the whole of the la-t half century; one who haj ;rosed the
A far tie sixte-n fn es.and m ar.d known tr.nny cf tke
rrat' r -.-otri.s of 'he a.-e, on both -id.-a of the water- ons
who is the a itlior and edi'or or 1 7(1 vo unn, and of which
tE VKN M'l.l i.S have bet o!d -canaot but he ba.iei
witH en'1 u-i-rt., ty ;! e rul'e jtere'a'ly, and especial y
bv the n-i) ions uf .ru-a!, o :ig aud ol 1, of :h varilak
IV'er P,rh j.
This)', rot ,-i't com-rires a fu'l antohi. f espeica'.
vieeof the et: . r' ; ! '', hi. e .rty dava, hia edncation, ml
l.is lifer ,rt cir-er. bt:t . i -es a vivid and Intere atina ae-
o tn' of n 1 e"H ru'.'i - events which have hapnece I in
:h- An'Ws ! f-'iirte, aid if rhvh he has l-een a wltneaa
ora par' ,- pifor A-r pr t' ese are TflF WAR VTlTtf
KNfif.el e.F 11f-14. in -h rh Vr. Goodrich was a
private sr. it re; ft' ei lMCTF-iRD (MNVSMTIOS, whose
operations tool p'nee under v iv io me !iateohervafion,ar J
with mo-'t of he meriii.ers ...f whi.-h he war persor. ally a
qnair.'ed Ft- b'se're ci ri a s a ltd inttresJir g d-faiis re-
P-ctirir OM J iTerjnn Toz-ocrnrj, O'.i Tx.ierinu,
Conn-T 'lent El'ie lih'a, c iri. tia and Bi trveiloaa
events co.n.cv.1 w'h tl . Ki card I'rrprrras cf KeHr-one
J. ets in th- I n . .! 't, M, with descrtp-ions of tke
French R- voIiTion cf 1?4S. and Louis Fai oiocn'a
Coup D'Ltat. b to or w'i h tt e aut' or wi nea d. W ..h
full a--oi:i of the "1 K : F71 PAHLKY TALFj1, of w'.tch
Four mi lion.. I, tv. b-rn so d.
In ti e ro'ir-e of the work i 1 ha f- und a Gt 'r ry nt Pea
an.l Ir.k P.Ttraita cf ever Two 'inndred Crlebrs-
te I PorjO' g - I r. si 1. i t , Vn-e i'r.-ti.Jrn a. K.ocs, ejueetf,
ei.- p-ror,Svi.ers, .i ;,rs. I o N, W its, Fnthuaiasts. Physician-,
r ren t er s. I - y i r s. '..' i rtiir, D!olt.niat sts, Ac,
Ai-. All i .scr.t.e 1 fio n p. ra na' a .piiuU cterr tbeiva
tion. C '.ntinlnj an ar-om.f o' or:(f:ral, enriom and val
naiile P rani:.:! I'.c .V: t. An. elm e and Peferii lion, ael
lo n. if ever, me. w -h in a rd- ie work. Tj all wb ch .11
be a-l'ie Ith- irVi.'. r.-,-et t
am: I)()! i:softravi:l
OTLAND, IRELAND. FRANCE
W. T. B. I CO h ive al'o jost rereived
A Novel. Pv M eltY .1. i;0T.MF. Amhor of "Tesrpea
and SonAi.ie." -The Irlifh O phns, "The 'lomes'ssd
id tl.e M.l.i.le," if. In tue olun.e, I I p. lioio. CI. 'k.
Rel.il, 11 nl. dert
ELEGAITT GIFT EOOES
2.1 CoIIcko Stroot.
I- "Ttev Jlost Superbly lUujtrafcd Eook aver Pra-dnco-
in America "
oat of First I tliliou over 930.000.
tiik coniT or .AioLi:Oa,
SaUETY tJID'J?. THE PIRST EMPIRE,
W in Port' sits of its I'.-a iti s, Wirs and Hereiaat. By
Fatat B. Lio.m aaa (I'ici 7V-..V ) Royal Quarto, rorlay
Tlie .S.r'.'r re'-.-efn'ty i wit-s at'entina to the
alove Present. ti .n lt , w a .- undoubtedly will be Ike
moit p p i ! r t 'a un I sac.-essf.il liift Book, fbr lie
silo sn I pri e, y-; or i l i -e I in th t eonntry.
2. THE KE?TJBU:a COUET; Ot, Soiety in th
liars of iV..i. n; ..n. Tw-nu una Poriraita.
3. TiIS -10LT U03PEI.. lllustr.-.e! with forty nra-
4. OaSA-rIErJ OF MSXOMT; Or, Beautifi of
ll.s ory, Romance ard Poetry, witlx eighteen Inra-
vir.ijsfrj'n ir -ii.a! I'esifi;t.
5. THE MODSE CALLE.iT- A .en.. 0f fny e kht
"hi!dr fltiu'-e I r.'ieiv.nit of PorlrsiU, Land eape,
Ao , ill J.traliva jf I'., m si beau'.iful paaaagra of hn
8 HOdE AUTflOuS AKD EtrvS ASTISTJ; Or,
Amrri.-aa wce;.rrv. Art and Lil.raiare, with Ihirtraa
C'tei t Licratu js.
7. THE PLOSAL KFIPSAiTE Thirty Erav np
l-k.sntiv colored frnm Nature.
8. T IE OS'at 0? TJS SEA30.1. T.a beautifai IUa-
tr.t k rs
9. LE:LET3 07 M5X0iT. T.a tl.ftat Kagr.
13. TUS EOsTVESIii. Of FEIESDSHIP. A Cbriit-
mas an I N Tear. Present, fc mautly illn.tiatrd.
11. THE KEEPSAEE. A Chri.tmaa Ci't. By J. T.
13. T4E 15332 0 BSAUTT. light alendH lagra-
11 TiI2 WIHrEa WSEATa. T-eiv. Imbeiilrh-
14. THE CIFTB30I OE GE33. tj H. W.lAt,,'-
IS. PJETST OP T3E IIELDJ. Paa.as he. tha
Part', deK-rip'ire of Pas In rs I A-.nre. I eganlly il-
18. PJiTif 0? T.T2 WJ3D5. Pa.aaget from the
Foe's, daaonptiva of Fore.t Scenea. t rjaoUy iilaa
17. SAE2ATU BELL3- Chimel by the Power, T'.nU
Paper. B-'itifally llustrited
!sn ob.erve: Th ok when '.he B.ils do CMsae
Ti aniel. mo.ic "
IS. THK5VT3V FLA5E. Plv Fniravir;p.
20. TriE PHIL0P.E5A.
21 THE 1l03i R0E.
22. raiESD8Hir3 0?FE2O;a. tia ZngraTlnga.
24. THECECIUAS GIFT, "evea
25. A Wl.f TEI 3S.!C3.,i'. '' HaoaeholJ War a.
Un t ut I paoar. ki'.jta it Fngravior.
23 TaS BZ'dOl 0? TJS BIBLE- CtrwJ Piatwa.
27. TdE ?r A5SUAL. i O-f. u a -awr
28. TiIE3SE S Fnjr.Tioga.
23- THE VI3-ET Hormvinga.
80 THE arjaC3HIi'3 :jI.3. m rneravfoca.
si. cou)xrr'3 Ticia or waxexield. Tiat-
33 P-LGEIK'S PE3jaZ5S. Tlatel Paper.
AT.'3- v ! - hii Jivra.leBstoaa. well adapt.
J It the yoene, an t suitsb r ftirinasaa Prsreala.
ALS3 ! ' ef"H B.Ves la Tclvet aad Tarkey Bind
iaa. Frr and U'a ' (' aad .!.
jLj 'rtnt i-t .nmentof A Papier Uaeha
Wri;,4j !t..s, f fl ls. llacsgamwian BsMrsla. Work
B.1.1. Kj.w"i -ui! Matrgiay Ieas Laaiea Cabaa,
Fi-l F N ' c -' , .
ti ar.ins.'el iwetamhe tha ai Uat fcefor
' -. .... ..i. t...
4 el aw
CHaS. W. a4ITR.
YX 1. 1 A in.:
I'lnditcii un Luis
I Ult K Lf.
Ost L -t !'! C n vsp'e street, 0 re, ra a ir i hack
IJ, .. a si-nr" bfica Dno. .autaia.iig r II
rsxr-. a, a C Jrd (.V'tia ? s U . ue,4a.
AiMt,! 1 "'tii a.-Ui f.el oa IVarl rret and IM
trs;i a. .it a h a d t rv Hik A Uoase aaUia,ctB
r 1 Jr-t-s,ser .ots rt.-i)., iis h.n, tt , a.wod Wt U,.aioke
tiosM Ae b '.h ioU en l set wr.a abi Lbkstry, aast aad
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VlrsT Class V.ourvWnv; House"
SO. 31 CEDAR STREET, .
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