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SATUEDAY, JANUARY 30, 1858.
A dmiultlralion and
The "Washington correspondent of the
Nashville Union and American says:
The outrg- perpetrated by Com. Paoldine in the
arrest of Walker, oootinueg to call forth the Indig
nant cenpnre of the honest and right thinking mem-
"oia nouses ot UoDgresa. Gen.ZoIIicoffer'a
remarks on that uLjct cotiUin a very eorrect ex
pose of the whole matter; and, except his very
adroit and uriu'tifiable attack unon the adminiatra-
tion in the conclusion of his speech, meets with ge
neral approbation from Southern men.
Was the attack upon the administration
"urjastifialle ?" We contend that it was
not that the administration and not Com
modore Paulding are responsible for the
unlawful invasion of Nicaragua, by United
States marines, and the capture of Gen,
"Walker. It is true that the original in
structions of the Secretary of State do not
appear to contemplate any such action as
that of the Commodore those instructions
were vague and unsatisfactory. But thy
were subsequently construed by the Secre
tary of the Navy, at the instance of Lt.
Almy, of the Fulton. After receiving the
original mtructions Lt. Almy, not satisfied
as totheir meaning, wrote to Mr. Tousey
asking something more definite, lie said:
Surpose, for instance, white lying in a port of
iminii iimrrici iu .amiTicau steamer snoul'J en
ter, having on board a lrge nnmber of men whom
I rupeotof being "CUibueterh" people intending
to Und for the purpose of obtaining possession of
the country, and of forming a Government there
must I seize this vessel and bring ber into a port of
T .l t.'. . . .. .- 1 .1 r " .
iue uuuru oiaiKf, or merely use me torce placed
at n;y ccmraana to prevent tneir landing T
it is pent-raiiy conceded ibat American citizens
have a ri-ht to traviland go where they please.
Suppot-e that this suepicioua body of men inform
me that they are poiojr to travel; that their inten
tion U to cross the isthmus, or intend to settle
peCL'ly in tlio country for the purpose of devel
oping its wgricultun.1 rerources; indeed, that they
Lave Lieeu invited to come and settle there.
To this Mr. Tousey replied as follows:
Fir: Iu reply to jour letter of the 7th inst., it ia
true that American citizens nave a right to Havel
and go h-re they please, when engaged in lawful
pursuit, but not to violate the laws of their own or
of any otl.tr country, I bey have a right to ex
patriate arid to become citizens 01 any country
which if willing to recti ve them, but not to make
tht riht a mere cloak and cover for a warlike ex
pi diiioii against it or its Government. Your in
strut lions do not authorize you to act arbitrarily or
upon mere suspicion. You will not Heize an Ameri
can vtpsi l, or bring her into pert, or use the force
under your command to prevent ber landing her
pa.us ngerrt, upon there suspicion. Yon will be
curelul not to interfere with lawful commerce. But
where you find that an American vesnel is niatiiefct
ly engaged in carrying on an expedition or enter-
price from the territories or juridiction of the
United Matt s, against the tenuories of Mexico,
rwcar.iguti, or OohU l.ica, contrary to the 6th set-'
tion of the act of Congresa of April 20. 1818. al
ready referred to, you will use the force under
yonr comma d to prevent tt. and will rutt permit
the wen or onus emjnned in it, or destined for
it, to he lahded in avy port of Mexico or Ventral
En route for Chiriqui, yon will tonch at Mobile
and New Orleans, and communicate with the Unit
ed Stat-s District Attorney at each of those ports
I am, respectfully, your ob'd servant,
LitCT. John J. Almy, Commanding
U. S. Hteam r Fulton, Washington D. C.
' Thin reply, (we adopt the language and area
iik nt of the Louisville Journal as follows) though
euflieieiitly non-committal, brings the instructions
of Si crt-tary Cae? down to something like a dt finite
ehpe in relation to a single interesting point. In
deed, it put that single point, and it is a drcl-ive
one, in lieht perfectly unmistakable. Il clearly
. recognizes the lawfulness of an attempt on the part
of our lominandera to arrest tne expedition of the
filibusters within the jurisdiction of a foreign state.
Ittlotsthii beyond oit-pute. "You will usa the
foice under your command to prevent it," says
SetTitiry Toucty, "and will not permit the men or
rn s engaged in it, or destined for it, to be landed
in avy part of Mexico or L entral America. Now,
as the jurisdiction of a State extenda at least one
marine l ague lrom the coast, the poiut or line at
which the landing would necessarily be tffi:cted, if
it Oct urred at all, thid is evidently equivalent to say
ing, "You will use the force under your command
to urn st the expedition, even within the jurisdiction
of XJi'xioo or Nicaragua." Of course the act of
preventing the luiniing would properly take place
where and when the attempt to land was made,
and the dtt mpt to land, the attempt which our na
val dflictrs were here instructed to prevent, ia ex
pressly referred to the "port,n which couldn't very
( oiihit-tentlj te located outside of a marine league
from the coat. The plaiu import of Secretary
Tnucey's language is that the expedition might be
arrested within foreign jurisdiction, if necessary.
No other construction is allowable. The structure
of the English language defies any other.
"If, however, the lauguaga of Secretary Toucey
is thought to bs indetermiuale in itself, that of
Lieut. Almy renders it unequivocal. Let the
render look buck for a moment at the porta of the
correspondence which we huve iuliciz- d. 1 he
Lieutenant a-k explicity, if, while lying in a port
of Central America, and of courae within the juris
diction ot Coniral America, an American steamer
ehoul l enter, having on board a largo number of
men whom he aui-ptcta of being hllibuBtera, be
muMt sitzs ths vessel. And the Secretary, having
n fereiice to the san e theatre of action, (ell hiiu
iiot to Si ize it t-w mere suspicion, but only on rnani
fist proof of it being engaged in an unlawful en
terprise, in which case he must use the whole force
under his coinuiund to arrest it. If there is any
thing uncertain about this we should like to know
what it is. It it doesu't authorize the seizure of
the fiilibusit ra withiu the jurisdiction of Mexico or
Central Aiiierict, no conceivable or poemble com
bination ot wordacan. Aud certainly nobody is
silly enough to assume that the shores of a country
are more or It s-t within its juriadictiou than its porta
are that, for insuuee, the town of San Juan ia
more peculi.tily Central American thau the port of
the tame name, or ttiat au act of hostility commit
ted by a foreign power in the harbor of Norfolk
woul 1 b a less cUVusa against our national sove
reignty ihtn the invasion ot Norfolk itself, bach
au assumption would be an arraut abauidity.
"Commodore I'auliiug, therefore, la iunocenC
That is to say, he is guilty surely of obeying his
instructions, lie UiJ what the 1'resiJent in rough
Lis Secreunes uirecivd hiut to do. Aa i he did it,
moreover, under the spur plauied iu Lis aide by
the r. call of a brother officer wot doing the same
thiug. lid did what the President instructed
l.iui to do, ami in point ct principle, hti did iioth
iug un re. Nutt ing. Absolutely nothing. Yet
the 1'rrtidei.t, for tne sake of tsc.piug ibe res
ponsibility ol Lis own ignorance aud imtxciliiy,
haa not hvaitated to charge the "gallant Coin mo
core" with toiiiuniting "a grave error," and baa
positively read Liiu a Kcture, iu the lace of the
country, ou the uectSMiy ot obey lug the law and
Conforming to instruction. W heu did official
meanness ev.r sink lower than thitf II ia bad
uough, it ia disraOefui, to tt aa uusrly lucompe
teut to handle international qutstiou aa Mr. Bu
chanan baa shown LiuiscK to oe, but tocrowu in
competency with cowsruly treachary, aud aeek
to load a faithful ageot with the weight
of one's on tlundra, is more thau disgraceful, it
is ii. famous. Undoubtedly, it 1 (ha frweident,
aul not Commodore Pauluiug, who haa committad
a grave error," -aud any I'resldeut but Jiaa
Buchauan, it he were weak enough to commit such
a lolly, aouli have the mtiltnasa to ackuoaledge
it, or at all evei-U, houesty enough not to aadule
it ou anybody else, and least of all on the subor
niuate whom he cvuiUiUaioued to execute it. liut
James Ituchauau i th most unmanly of men. Ha
ia a uiurv ul, a buwildvring miracle, of aieaunraa."
A RSOIMNT rCT TO FUOUT BT A SWAM CF
Delta. Iu India, lately, wbiU lb wuiy waa
returnitig from Alumbagh, to camp, ona of
the L mcera was U innted to puke bit spear into
a bees' tifHt, vLu the swarm atuocwtnrned
out and attack the sclJiert with aucb ferocity
that they till turtcJ tail and fltx), both olllcera
and into abandoning their gnna, and they did
not atop until 'they Lad reached the camp,
where they were -nable to j anially j rotett
thetxiailvea frouf thtir Activo prtx)CUtora.
' m. aav ovuMIIU'VIU CI
JU-eere. Zditoreqfthe Patriot:
GtntK I bare neither the desire, nor design to
tec into a newspaper controversy, yet I "pray
j' o, of your courtesy," to grant me space for a
l'utf reply to the very hypothetical and nnneces-
:rily vindictive "reply to Warren,"' which ap
;( ared in your Lseue of the 22d iusU It is not my
il ten tion to "follow in the foot-etepa of my illae
i f-us predecessor," in supposing evil motives and
li.u dying epithets, anyone can do that. But
I'jtminationB are not facte, eptheta are not argu
ments. However, I am quite content to pocket
1 i e hard names, and sundry little personal "smart
i seeinof the writer, since he has done me the fa
i r not to directly deny one of my facts, or satis
factorily answer one of my preceding Arguments,
! .er U hat one of his little "smartnesses" to
'hich I rill allude, and that is not relevant to my
tject. Be f peaks of "eld women's stories, and
. cue rumorr." He win see that I do not deal in
U e latter, but had he and I, both, listened more
f "meetly to the former, we would, doubilesp, have
-en better men. I see the sense in which he
ea the term, it is, to eay the least, in bad taste,
I id will grate harshly npon the heart of edy man
I; bo has either a mother's presence to love, or a
.i.other'a memorv to revere. Has be. or I, a moth-
1. now living, they are "old women," and it ia no
t irt of a man to Dlace their "stories." in such a
t jcnectkm. The man who can thus be-little him.
If, becomes unworthy of a mother, and as a son,
it no honor to her hoary hairs.
But to return. In supposing me actuated by in
terested motives, your correspondent ia ill wrong;
-perhaps he may be convinced of this, when I
i ssure him that the people of Wan-en co., have
'Ow, no desire to see that University located among
iliem, and wee I personally to express any prefer-
ice, for any location, it would be "with the lights
;.-wbefore me," in favor of Uuntsville, although
(; hattanooga and Atlanta, both possess many claims
! consideration. Equally foreign to my mind ia
I i'e idea of wishing to itjure the prospects of the
"University of the South'," of intending to asperse
'he honor of the Montgomery Convention, or of
eeiring to assail the interests of the good citizens
'A Franklin. I think, however, that your corres
pondent has, (unintentionally no doubt,) been guilty
.f all three. He would injure the prospects of
'his Institution, by placing it at a point where its
i iccess is impracticable, he asperses the honor of
Reconvention, by insinuations of bribery, and
( e directly attacks the interests of his own county,
I t his abortive attempt to defend them. Of such
defence (r')aa hia, FraDklin co., may well exclaim
Another such victory (I) and I am losi!" He re-
I larks, "if Warren had received the location, I
- bould have bowed in silent submission to the de-
ision of the convention." I might here put to
1 im one interrogatory, Had you been fully satis-
'i?d in your owo mind that this Institution would
ever succeed in Warren, wouid it have been your
i.'uty to have "bowed in silent submission?" I will
ut presume to dictate to him his course, when in
mical to any cause, bat do earnestly recommend
o h'm when favorable to any enterprise to practice
he virtue of silence,
Yonr correspondent announces that "the other
ocalitiea" brought forward their claims to the loca-
ion "backed by large sums of money, for the pur
ose, if possible, of bribing the convention," im
oaculnte Sewannee presenting ouly her intrinsic
nerit?. In those three lines there are three errors
'iret, be commits the grave n:itake of insinuating
uepicions of the honor of those gentlemen who
ontributed to the getting up of those "large sums
f mony," and also the members of the Conven
:on who were to receive it, second, he is pleased
i regard that as a Iribe which was in truth a free-
' ? ill offering from public 'Spirited men, to a noble
-ause, and thirdly he asserts that "Sewannee
tlao presented her claims, but without offering any
i titer inducement than her superior advantages."
I quote from a late number of the "Winchester
tlome Journal," your enlightened correppondeut's
turn county paper, a refutation of this third error
You will see ttm fsewannee, too poor to come
' backed by large sums of money," comes up with
er "barter," or what she considers money's c qui v
KErORT OS SEWANEE.
4triwr to the Fvmiii ies propounded to the Com
mission appointed by the Committee on Location
cf the proposed boutic9n University.
No. 2. Five tbousard acres are offered by the
'ewanee Coal Company for the University, nearly
ui of wlneli ran h made available. &n.
' No. 8. The Sewjnee Company having engaged
o transport a certain quantity not less thau 20,.
' 00 tons of Lnilding materiul, free of cost, Ac.
And in additioo to this I may add that the "Se
annee Coal.Co." have further engaged to furnish
for the use of the University "2,000 tons of Coal
ithin tin years," and also "to grant to the Uni-
ersity the privilege of cutting Pine timber on their
iher property (after the exhaustion of the pines on
he land donated,) to the amount of 1,000,000, of
iet." (Vide Nashville News of Dec. 20th 1867 )
But to proceed. (You will please to "make a
ote of it," that your correspondent does not
:irect1y deny the existence of "Milkeick" poison in
I be vicinity of Sewannee. Ue palavers over it, it
i t true, but a straight forward, confident, and manly
mial of the fact, is not there. lie "has never
r, ten a case of milk-sickness," he "never beard
f one among"2the Sewannee employees, but he
i es Dot say it is not there, nay, he even admits,
that at an earlier day it did exist thtr? ! lie does
i il deny that there ia an infected district of five
i .ilea under fence, and that there are other portions
--lib no protection at all, be does decy that the
I rraera are in the habit of running down their
v ittle in order to detect if possible the presence
4 the disease, he dot a not deny that the poison
I'liats in Caperton'a Cove, two aud half milea from
the Tunnel. lie "has never seen" any "placards"
;t warning, I would ask him then if hia viaion ia
M'ute enough to dhcern the hundreds of whitening
r eletons which line the margin and the "branch"
t f a naver failing spring to which the cattle resort
i i summer months, and which l situated one and
a half miles east of the Tunnel, ha f a mile from
tie N. iC, R. JL and near the place formely oc
(1'ipied by Jesse Telham f Ills statement that the
lpplies of beef, etc., for the employeea on the
! iwannee Coal road ware drawn from the "coves
l the mountain," I cannot but deem exceedingly
oubtful. I have thia day conversed with a geutle
t an, (Mr. Reubtn Drake,) who resided for three
."earaat the Tonnel, and during the time it waa
liiog excavated. Ilia ttatement ia that th great
fit portion of the beef for the use of the handa
aa brought from beyond Winchester. And the
joarding m&jtf r," (as he termed him,) contract
i il with ilr. James Cowad for supplies of beef, but
i rand milk, for hia mm, ou the exprese rondi
I in that he (Cowan,) waa to keep all hia cstila up
i a clover field, and on co othtr condition would
I .a Bra touch the provision. Tha handa were at
l'I limes preLcuaive, and it waa generally the
t thing cummunicaUd to a new comer. Mr.
raka further states that of hogs tha lun-s and
1 rcr are affected, only, and these portions are
ways consumed by firs Immediately npon being
t .ken from the earcaa lest the dogs, As., ehould
tt them. I may add that air. Drake ia a man of
(he strictest integrity, whoee sutemeola may ba
implicitly relied on. lie doea not Ulwbatbe
as beard, but what ha bs seen and if uec aaary
ill oiske au affidavit to tha facta.
- Yonr correspondent ia doabtlaee sot aware that
! re French gentleman In 1832, proceeded to Win
(heater with letters of introduction from Mr. ftfor
; an, of Nashville, to Dr. Wallace Eali'.l of tba for-
itr pLtce. Their objact waa to purchase lands in
rankliu county lor agricultural purposes. Dr.
Istill, (though probably Lla ioterest pointed out a
iflVreut couraa,) with a nob la raadur, character
tlio of tha mao, eaatioaeJ them against mating
j ay purchaart la that aectloa wlthou. having first
insulted blm, aa tae "Jint-aica: poiaoa waa
oown to exist iu tba environ of the uouaUina.
vippota that those gentlcmca vera to approach
oar corrt spoidect now, ou a similar errand.
Voald hia course toward than ba aa candid, as
tauly and aa hooetl a that of Dr. XTa, lie kuowt
ait hlmaelf 1 ia not fwr dm to aay. I , merely
raitnl Umi faw facu for jour corrtipcndat'a
a few pertinent remarks from the editor of the
"Bnntaville Independent" (who has been a citizen
of Franklin,) when asked to retract his statement
that Milk-eitk existed in the vicinity of Sew an nee.
He sayB: ..
' "It would afford ns pleasure to comply with the
demand of the Journal, and to retract our state
ment with regard to milksick, but truth prevents
us from doing to. We made the eaatement with
the full knowledge of its truth, and mnei therefore
repeat it. That this dreadful poison -does prevail
in the neighborhood of Suwannee is a fct known
to almost every citizen in Franklin county. The
Journfcl cannot deny it, nor does it deny it in the
whole column and a hjlf devoted to the subject.
In the Cove, or "Montgomery's Gp,Hia)med"utfly
where the Sewannee Road ascends the mountain,
many cattle have been known, to die of miiksick.
There are other Coves also infected in tbt neigh
borhood. This ia a notorious fact, whatever may
I be said by interested persons to the contrary
Ia addition to this local poison, I have long
known that the vicinity of Sewannee was not ex-
J empt lom epidemics. So many other objections,
I however, presented themselves that I have not
I before mentioned it. In corroboration of the fact,
I I now quote from a late number of the "Montgom
I ery Me.il.
"But the locality seems to be objectionable on
the very ground upon which Us advocates rested
i e strongest clain ; to wit, its supposed unques
Not only do our own exchange?, especially
those published in Tennessee, near the locality,
give indubitable testimony to the existence of the
causes of that strange maladay, termed 'm lk-eick-picknest),'
in numerous coves along the sides of the
mountain, but we have recently learned that it is
also a cholera region. We are credibly informed,
that in 1852. the large force employed in construct
ing the Montgomery Gap tunnel, had their camp on
the top of the mountain, within three miles of the
proposed location of the University, and that the
cholera then and there broke out among them,
causing from fifty to sixty deaths and thatit began,
not with the low Irish, but with the better sort;
and furthermore, that the Cumberland University
was broken up for a time by the came cause.
Surely this could not have been known to those of
the Trustees, whoso implicitly relied upon the tes
timony of the owner of a 'a large track of moun tain
land, covering pretty mnch the entire track of
the Sewannee Railroad,' who says (vide 'Proceed
ings,' &c ) that 'with regard to the health of the
location spoken of, there can be no sort of doubt.1'
In speaking of an "unappreciative community"
your correspondent misapprehends my meaning.
My allusion was to that portion of "territory" in
the immediate vicinity of Sewannee, and in my
opinion I am borne out bv one of the learned
Bishops themselves, who characterized the inhabit I
tants aa the "most ignorant population it had ever !
been hia fortune to meet with!" i
Another miaormrehension. I do not find fault
rr. , ...
with tbe Convention for a want of unanimity, 'on
the contrary I regard it as a circumstance greatly
to its credit, but I do censure the friends of the
present location for aiming to make it appear a
unanimous thing, when it is known not to have -been
so. Says a former number of the Mongom- :
"But, inasmuch aa subsequent reflection has
only increased our fear; inasmuch as we have since ;
learned, that although on the seventeenth, t
and last ballot, (and subsequently to which the se
lection was made by a tiem. con. vote,) the Sewan
nee mountain obtained the requisite m-iority ot
the Bishop?, and, within one vote, that also of the '
clerical aud lay delegates, voting by dioceses, there ,
was, nevertheless, it we have been rightly inform '
ed, a probbbh- per capita majority, of t'ie wbel
body, opposed to Sewanuee, or to any other moun
tain locality; and inasmuch as we have since scarce'
ly seen on individual who does not regard the se
lection aa a serious mistake, we cannot lon?tr for
bear asking whether the mistake, may not be, even
now, iu some way rectified.
Another mistake of the advocates of Sewannee
ia their repreFentatiou that a corps of scientific
Engineers with Col. Walter Gwinn at their head,
(vide Nashville New?,) was appointed to examine
critically the several locations, and report upon
them. If this corps of Engineers were engaged
they never made that critical examination, and all
that was done waa "gone through" by one person;
of him I have already expressed an opinion, and
upon good grounds dow reiterate the same.
Your correspondent labors under yet another
misapprehension. I do not "seek to destroy the
confidence of tbe public iu the success" of this
educational scheme, the "confidence" in its success
at "the present location" is already destroyed
neither do I "slander tbe great and good men of
the Convention;" on the contrary, I exhibit my re
sprct for, and confidence in them as a body, by
calling u poo them to make a location for themselves
and not trust it to those who have no capacity for
such a work. I certainly do doubt the "practical
ability" of one distinguished member of that con
vention. I have confidence in hia ability to ex.
pound a text, but not to carry out the practical de
tails of a great educational enterprise, and that
opinion I bold in common with many more pro
found thinkers than either I, or your correspondent,
can ever hope to become. Tbe enemies of tbis
noble enterprise, if there be any such, can wish it
no worse fate tbnn to be permanently located atSe-
annee mountain, and under its present auepices.
I venture to propose that your correspondent be
comniander-iu-chitf of that "standing army" with
which he will invest the heights of Sewannee to
prevent collisions between the miners and students.
A person who views the dreaded Milk Silk with
"exhibitions of the utmost unconcern," wouid
doubtless bear himself as gallantly before the or.set
of reckless rioters, and shrink as little from the
drawn dagger of the assassin.
I trust that the aforesaid correspondent ia better
at a prescription than he is at an argument, for if
not, be stands but little chance ot ever being called
upon to administer in that interesting case of Milk-
Sick a bich be has been searching for, "lor the last
eight years," and which he is under a promise to
report to that "Medical Journal." In case such
report Is ever made, the editor will ba happy to
finJ that tha "case," however strong, U bo materi
ally weakened by tba account, that it will net be
able to kill iff hia Journal.
I have no desire to prolong tbia discussion, and
hope that there will be no necessity for adding any
thing more. With the best of motives I hope pre
sented facts for the consideration of all interested
in this noble cause. If they choose to avail them
selves ol such knowledge very well, "if not, still
very well." I am, Gents, with many thanks for
your courtesy, Very respectfully yours,
tf Dr. Holmes, the Boston anatomist, has giv
en u a new theory for the manufacture of men of
a larger growtli.
"lo Kentucky, Olio and Western Vermont, ,
men grow to a largi r size beranae of the lirumtoti
formation under the soil. Par la of families have
emigrated to ihooe regions, sod tha result, la the l
next generation, haa ben a Urger bona develop
ment in ttiose tio left Maoearbuaetla, than In those
ho remained. Kentucky Ohio and low.
crow great men. Th nneat fisurea In the world
will be lound in the Vailey of the MUal-aipi4, in a
fw gt-nt-r .liona. I a door labor, eo UDQaturl for
men, will weaken the vital powers an J step tba
rrulb, in large titie; but the pr -at aud glorious
Ve, with ita bioad praiiite; will cotupeiiKato for
tba growiug leeblenesa of tha F.airro Stales."
A FiLiciTora Coar.iisoa. A lively dispute has
been runuiog on of late as to which was tba hap
piest comparison ia tha language. After eiper.d
tn; a good deal of fancy and amotion on tha sub
ject, wa have srlous thoughts of declaring la favot
of the f illowing:
Tha tradesmen who dos not advrrtiaa liberally
haa ba very appropriately compared to a man
who has a latitern, tut ia toovtlacj to boy acaud'.e.
UtUtal L.AIK .'VAallVlt.t.i: A.tD CAII
rpill Cn freight aad paatenfvr
A- aienmoir, i9.nat o.ants.
J. U tiruti, Mu-r, onfl aut. re- i
gn)er Itipe ta tha above treat e,leejiag oiimie ery
Moult and lbra4ajr. hie ntU leate fr Car hage
MUMaf Ml, retuuory lit. lor we hi er parage ap
ply oa board or ta A.M. hllLIO.M , Agent
the bin day ef Jaaaary'a arnatl tight hay kbJ,
6 er I ra old; ha koj ea h.oa tha aaark of b.-epbieg
aod bar no ; h U.'l booe otut eu thue e. iwiJiatvea
tberml reorard to nay one wfca ral Sri. kiae to m, er
give tofofBiaUM hereof he caa ba iuaaa.
J SO. U LOTS,
AOOOD SUrkrmlia aad euUar tor k ira thii year.
Tfceynie 5a. 1 auvaata. BOID A to.
TEN!tES8EEI,E GISLATU BE
Feidat, Jan. 29,1853.
Mr. McConico introduced a bill to give quorum
courts concurrent jurisdiction with quarterly courts
in the' trial of real cases. - ,
' iir. HeiskeB, a bill to provide for collecting and
keeping the public arms.
hr: "Walker a bill regulating time of notice to
be given for taking deposition in Circuit aud Com
mon law courts in certain cases, tc.
'Mr. Bullen, to provide for the appointment of an
additional director in the branch of the State Bank
The 3iacasiou on the Law Reform bill waa con
tiooedby Messrs. Monday and Goodpasture, and
tha bill waa then made the future special order for
House bill to change the name of nannerTHigh
School waa amended hy adding sections to change
the name of Bernard Serdenstrkker to Bernard
Bowling, and to change the name of John J. liam
to John J. Hamilton, and passed the third time.
The bill for the bent fit of the Memphis and Ohio
Railroad was taken op and House amendments
thereto concurred in.
Adjourned till 2 o'clock.
Title eleven of the code waa read the thirJ and
last time and passed.
The bill to amend the charter of the Sparta and
Liberty turnpike company passed the third and last
House bill to amend the act icorporatmg Rhea
town in Green county Ac, passed the third time.
House bill to iccorporare B"is d(arc Seminary,
and for other purDoa- nassed the third time.
House bill to authorize municipal corporations to
noiu real estate, and for other purposes passed the
Senate bill for the relief of Beoi. Wright and
Robt. L. Smith parsed the third time.
Several bill passed the second time.
Adjourned till 10 o'clock Monday morning.
DOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
Friday. Jan: 29. 1858.
Mr, Richardson introduced a resolution to raise
a committee on the Penitentiary, looking to the
sale oi tne present site and buildiuge, and rebuild
ing another point in tha vicinity. Rule suspended
and the resolution adopted.
Mr. Stanton's resolution changing the time of
the meeting ot tbe Legislature from two to four
years, was amended and passed first reading.
Mr. Newbern's resolution in regard to the im
migration of foreign paupers and criminals into
tbe United States, was, on motion of Mr. Cald
well, referred to the Committee ou Federal Re
Various Senate messages were taken up and
Senate resolution in relation to tbe passage of
a Homestead law by Congress, coming up. Mr.
Algee offered an amendment restricting the grants
V? ual,vo u"ra wnicn waa lalu on mo ia
. .; i i - i . .
- ble i
ayes 60, noes 6
A motion to indefinitely postpone tae resolu
tion was lost ayes 18, noes 47.
Mr. Ivie offered an amendment restricting the
grant of lands to native and naturalized citizens
it was contended that the original rt solution
contaiued the eubstacce of the proposed amend
meut: and waa lost ayes 28. nuts SO.
Mr Bullock moved to refer the matter to the
committee on Federal Relations, which was cut
on by the previous question, and tbe resolution
was adopted ayes S4, noes 26.
The reading of the code was dispensed with,
and tbe House proceeded with tbe tegular order,
being bills of a local and private nntun ; and the
following were disposed ou third reacing.
! To consolidate tha offices of Surveyor and En
i tra-Taker in DeKalb county. Amended and paajed.
; To incorporate tba Merchants' Saving Institution
at Knoxville. Amended and parsed.
, To repeal the 8d and 4th sections of the amend
i men i. to inn cusrier 01 rai-u vine, x ast u.
lo incorporate rryor a 1 rintuig and rublisbing
Company in Memphis. Passed
To charter the New Jersey Copper Company
of Tennessee and tor other purposes. Passed.
To elect an additional constable in the 10th civil
district of Lincoln countv. Pasaed.
For the relief of William C. Bruce of Haywood
countv. Amended and passed.
To amend the charter of the Nashville Coal
To incorporate the East Tennessee Medical Soci
ety, and for other purposes. Aniendtd and parsed.
To incorporate Mount Horeb Academy in Law
rence county. Amended aud passed.
Amendatory of the Acts incorporating the city
of Knoxville. Amended and pas-ted.
To incorporate tbe St. Peter's Literary Associ
tion in Memphis. Passed.
To amend tha charter of tbe Colombia and
Fountain Creek Turnpike company. Amended aud
To consolidate the offices of Surveyor and Entry-
Taker in Lawrence county. Passed.
To incorporate the East Tennessee Telegraph
Company. Amended and passed.
To incorporate - tbe Lawrencebnrg Turnpike
To incorporate the Memphis and Tipton Turn
pike Company. .Passed.
To iucoiporata tba Covington Steam Saw Mill
To incorporate the Covington Female Seminary.
Amended and passed.
To incorporate Clifton Masonic Academy and for
Other purpose. Passed.
Several bills passed second reading.
Mr. Thompson entered a motion to reconsider
the vote on the Uomettead resolutions of this
Adjourned till 1 P M. '
On tha 27th ln' by Rev. Dr. B. B. C. Howell, Mr. T.
Pbkdleto, cf th'a city, and AaauaPwcaaar Wren, young
est daughter of John Webb, of Dav'dsoo eouaty.
AUCTION SALE THIS M0SHISG AT 10 O'CLOCK.
HctiJ. jP. Shields
Will tell this mort.lrg an lavoiea ot Furnitur -. fbalra.
Carpeting',8tove, and Sundries,. la close corsirrmmts,
BKNJ. V. fcllllLD--.
To our Old Customers and Friends.
WI hare new loratej ouraeves at No. 11, Deafcrick
meet, wher we prt pare1 to turn) b thorn witn
all kinds of drink, a- ch as Brand. M hiaky, tit and
Wlots of all descriptions, cr ' fca.t qoa'i'ie : also, to
tccn, soiokln and ebir(. with a varittyof tiie be t
Clnar. Cur tie ire are ta everything- e eater to the
taatei of our patron. Call, f entlaa., try fur your, elrei,
ai we are always at oar loau
JanHO-Sm P5ICK a BNSET.
AKt'T CCCSTRt KKlDEr-CItworille oa the Or I
l.Uin 1 oroplkt rowd, U side ot tha firt 1oll-rte,
containing nealy tire arrea cf ouperi'T land, about three
acrr h vc been tnoeca'ful'y co!lia.eii In vege tblra, the
balaccei Writ timber 4, the iarprotcmrnta cortUtt of a
frn il i euoe wt1 h i bi ee rvom and knebea and a porch
flf y feet lone and lew f--t wide; -ore r cm, ' able, car
riage IiOLie, .. a ad w;l eocioad wttb e o.a fence, 4e.
Am l-erooo deairaw of purehaiirg- oe i a place, can obtain
a bai g. In en liberal tertua by application lo No. 64, College
tree , habville, Itnncae.
LIKELY FA JfOLT OF HLGK0ES f OK SALE.
UI K will aril on StTt KlAY MXT.THK 30UI IN4T.,
at the Cm tUait f , to tae Mgheu bi der, a
wemaa and twe children, the woman te a ell qa ait
fled ho -arrrval. mad tbe et.iklren ore very like v. ared
at-out S and 8 yea a. 1 he awve l I b aold on a credit of
ix nonih for sokes U aodonaJ py a e in ran.
j io a: id bovdc.
Circuit Cwairt September Term.
Wiley Bradford aad ether va. Jamca' a. Jdarier and oth
er. BT enter of tha barabl Circuit Court of Davldaon
eotin'y, upoa at ut eoinrel fc,r MiiUoner. and it
try maa vtir, J. v. auvttersaDo; wire, aod Ilia Brovn,
parti defendants ta th aaae, are coo retldenu of the
txaW ol Tenneaoeo.attd that piueeu cannot be tervd up
on then. Il ia therefore ordered by trie Court, Lhi peut.
liaotica be made (or three ami be th, rntrlot, a news
paper ponnenea in tne ayr tl nhvnle, prrtrl,. in ett
ucg tbe tame doan far kriig at the Jana.ry term WS,
and tbouU ibey fall ta appear aa4 kuirr, the una
will be takes lor eoofaieard, ana net for hearing, at ania
knot mentioned tar aa. TdOhtaJ T. ttflLkV, Cr.
r.UiUT, J U.f.l4rrn,i.0.
botlmtor for Petitioner, fi. I-e 11 eem.
Cherokee Corn Planter!
PATENTED BY ELLS L CHARLTON
Sept. Stlt, 1857.
THE en'y cheap, dnrable and (Osteal mnchlne for rlaot
tsg corn, ever preeeated la the Ptaatere of 1eonea
a. a, la bo oa et.bUon at ha. 1, t'niaa Svee',XahriU.
1 be "Chfekt Cora HkMr tuanrtoiH tMeff aaav
tsU t4ere, for iu durnaaity efeeapBtc, .iaipljiiy, aa tba
perfect e.nner that il perfbrna tne folio -cg 4acribd
It lurrowi eat Oa ground ta aav repaired depth, drop
the eora, aa ataay keraelt ae aeetrea, ta a apaea of tear in
ch re a aawter, BAthemaUicaily U tha hul eorrri tba Mlt
aad pmanetae earth ta. by .ha ed eejho4 wut tbe hce)
aadark.a acomratcly the pat.tuea f each kill. HUi
eliBp ben, a e or aojr caa pamA4 ten te tKeem awne
p er day Wkta eaae.
FUaure and ether are Iartie4 ta aa eaaaainattaei af
ihl. aoaaJwae, at M. T, I r ioa aut,ekare It aay he aeea
daily in raauoeJ aperal'oa.
ferwbeaiahuic te parchaoa COCTfTT M'.UTSln thia
er oj oiaiog ttt,by a pi; leg hcnaxlate , (aa twrt
ary i beirg dnpMd tA rapuyj oa do on loa m. a
VaaaBi aa nui UMiaa theta a aarye retarw aa tha laaa
Bieob Cad at anoe, at aauarauae A Oi.M. Uorket otreet,
koehviiM. I isJiOu 1 CHlUs Sielrii W tXU
11 f I hare oa baaa aad tar-aahtta v.ry Urge Mock a
If eapertar Uoa-Tan aVL4 LAJUt.H nhkJk w
are nScrtag at tta w.ee-t t jjo.
Nv.a O. a. r.A C. AStfafJOX,
fiOI.B LE58EE ATD MANAGES W. H. CRT8P.
8TAGK MANAGEK J. O. CARTUTCH.
T&ASC&.U J. W. BRANCH.
LAST aFPEAKAKCE POSITIVELY
MR. J. E. MURDOCH,
ON SATFUDAY. EVKKIXG, JAX. 30tl,
WILL be acted Fhakesprnre'i Trardr in flee tete. en
tit'ed, M ACilKTU, KtS OP eXCTLANo. Mac
bcth, Hr.J. . Murdoeh,L,dv Macbeth, Mre. A.I Jen
ttn. l o conclude i h the capital frce of Joa 1)0 BUa.
for full particular., tee Programoia biilo. -
A TTOUNEY A T LA W,
WILL attend to any busiuesa that may be tntrcsted to
him ori'.h 1 uch abi itiei as he posse ces. tlllce back
of Gowdy's Jeveiiy store, on the t aolic Square,
jan 27 ln.
St. Jk.lSi zxirk-ta 1 1
FOE SALE OR RENT.
THIS is one the randtorrest ImpreTeirents In EdeeSeld
it is witl in twer.tr rr inutes alk of the Capitol, and
Is on an elevation overlooking the entire village; healthy
and dry. It is srrroncded by rorre as pretty reenery as
can be ound in this county. Every convenience nece
sary 10 render it comfortable as a family residence and
sountry ho te hare been adde J. 1'he terms re very liberal.
Jn20 tf ota BOVDACu,
NEGKOrs f ;itll s, FOR SALE! f
AN Ol MAN COCK,ar.d his wife, wbo I. a opleDdid
washer ard lrocer. A'to, a good familr of 11 e!y
negroes, bich will be told low. UOYD A CO.
ON Friday trorrirg ltt, a watch on Market street,
which the owter can i are b de cribine tbe s me aad
payltir for this advrtisment. Coll at No IS. Un'on St.
jar.23 8t C. W. MALLOKT.
ME. J. GOODWIN will eorcmence a class for Gentlemen
on Monday Uf th ini-t., at half past 7 o'clock, P. M.
He will give hia first Ccuilon tb.ru this J ear, on Friday
Admission fl. A good Coin! on Band ai l be in atten
dance. Dar28 2t.
1 QrtrjriBCSHELS superior Ohio RiTer Coal inPtorn
I O U U 1 ; at the Coiai Vard on o'lrge St., adjoin,
ing M. A K. F. Cheatham's Warehouse, carefully tcieened
and cleaned , at 1S(320 rents per bushel.
. Apply 10 tne Coal Yard. A. L. DAVIS.
15, C3ooTTXir Street.
HAVING lattlr, very unezpecie dly received an invoice
FINE FRENCI11 CASSIMERES,
We will make tl err cp for our cu'orors in order to close
them out, and r. ake room for nur tprine Goods,
We have "also a fine ftock ot ItKAPV-MADC
OOO liS. that we will se J at f reatlv reduced prices.
CLIFION A ABIIOTT,
Jan28 tf -.5, Cedar sure.
Bequtrtvg the buperinUndntt of J'vhlic .School t report
ut in .eooraer u,e nam, of ail tcwUre at Vie lliyH
Sec. 1. lie it enartej hy th. ifatnr anil AUe.rmen of
tTie City of A'iiC,ll; Ti t it .hull" be he du y f the tu
perin ci dem of the 1'ublic Sclio U to f.irri h the Recorder
wihalat of be nuuies of all the rctiilars attending 1 lie
said 5ch o s, i h the names tf their parents or Uua dianr
and the Ward they lite in, utid the S-ret they live on.
someiime ifuring the Dion h of ftp en br in each and every
year, as also a ea. pleu ental li t of each addi ion:l scholar
that may be entered du ir gih nicn'hof r' bruary.
8c. 2. He it etuictrd, Tha heieafter no ic!u lar pha-l h
be admit'ed ahothall remove fro-n the country and board
iniheci y cr live wi h any fri-nd or relvfnn" for the pur
pone of icceiving the be ef t of the I y Pub ic Schoils,
those excepted that move t the ity wl'h leciii Gu .rd an.
She. 8. He it enact, d, Tt.a: this Act shall be in force
from and after! paaape.
Passed August 'll , lbil lw v B o a a
MEMPHIS AND NASHVILLE REGULAR FB.1
EAY PACKET T, THE SPLENDID NEW
CirtllS JAMK8 MltLEB.
riHls snieniMd stean er is n w being
X freighted at Cincir, rati . and i I be
here aiioui ih-firht of February, hhel' VT'rttl
the best boat tha has ever be.n In this r.-ru
trade. Htr day cf leavinp Nrhv.l will be Friday on
each ween, at It) o'clock, A. M.
Janil-tf. A. TAMTLTON, AgenU
Cou-tcToa'b OrKioB, fur IT.il,
Aol.viile, Jan. lCth.s.
TAX PATFn? who desire to avail thetrselves f tt eprl-villefte-
of tie la allow. oa; pre payment of Corpora
tion Taxes for tl e ear In S, aie hereby notified that ti ey
will he waited upon by c In f a above. Inhere t at Hit
rate of one per cent a n ot.th i I be al.'oi ed on the face
of certificate iM.ed 0 nei t trx , tie property within
the limits of the Corpor&tiou, will t n it to their advantage
to call. A. NfcLs'u.N. Collector.
Lumber Lumber Lumber
SQL'AKi Cedu' 1 nd all otter kit dot Pt ber can be had
at the Lavergre Bw.ruill!', t.n the Nant.viile aud Chat
tanooga Pai road, 16 n 1 11 from Na-hv 1 e.
ian-6 qj. J. W. DIRDWFLL.
PAIL ADELPHIA , JAXUA&Y, 1858.
WE are receiving direct from the makers such addi
tions to our sloi-k as ill rnnble u to ot er t j buyer,
this feaon, ascon i Irte an axKortmer.t of new and oeira
bie goods in our line, as can be found in any houM in the
Included are large Invioes of C'l'TI.KIt Y from
Westmholin, Kodwer-', Cronse's and othe's.
fl I.I.N. IIIOl.S AM A', from Ilutcher,
Spear and cheaper mak er.
i.tlCi. It I Ft j; AMI I'lTOI.S, from the
bet English, French, lielgiua and Ameiican Manufactur-
IIOT S,( II A I S, SCY II i:S, AXI S acd heavy
Hardware generally, at redrced p ices.
Merchants visiting the not tb are solicited to examine our
goods before purcl.a ing elsewhere.
V In le the usual creail will be continned to reliable and
I romp t dealers, our tern forciJi. tiil Lecertmn to ktiK.
fy those who p rc! ate in thut wav.
iltLU, i.A.OtJTRuTH A CO., Importer.,
No. 44(i, Market blieeU
rHiLnrtrrTt. Jan. 11th, 1C5S dviaratrwl t
Shelton's Marble Works,
Clirrry Mroel, JV;iti v llle. Trm).
rPQK undesigned wouKJ inform Lis friends and the ptib
X Ic ger truly, tl at he m III rout inn. tie MAKULK
vtsiMMi in this city, at Li- sr oi next door to the oCice
oi tr.e l moa akd AatkK.a cn t berry street, and calls at
tenlion to the stock of
Maible loiiimtcutn, Tombs, A.C.,
which he has on riMHt'in and for le. en hracir.r er.at
variety, fiiihhed iu the mostauperb manner. lie Is ire-
I'.re.l to n axufMcture on tbt thoriert notice MA It HIE
MATEU, and every derctiuikn of MAkKIK MOiiK.of
ine crrsi An triisa and Italian BJarb .. His work will.os
nr ret more, te wirraxieil, and his tk e to suit the tinm,
jac ir. m. U. cilELlu.N.
Steam Enincs k Circular k?av-3Jill5
Thos J. Nance,
Cornersville i Mielbj villc, Tcnu.,
"I 8 r reps red to furnliL and u up tveaiti Erslne and
A Circol-r hnwmills .lid kl.thintry fereraly. of the
most improved stxlcs at ort i.i t Cr. hteps on hand
for sale tne Norcioe ratert C rcbl.r Ml. la at Messrs,
Johnon, Weaver A Co., Naocvi.le, Teun.
&. 1). lUlson V Co..
l.aiii:s' AM) gi:.T!'
Uoot, Shoe ant UnUer
Xo. 12, Ivorfli 4ilialreett Kblladt IpUln.
'I 'HE attention of MeichaLts is a'led to an examinati on
X of our stank which U tot .urpaeed by any in oar
city ; and which We are trepan d lo sell at prices, hereto
fore unknown in our hue of bwaibc.
J)K. J.0. W. 31()lTO.,
Residence cor. of College and Watlin$ Avenue,
(formerly Line) 8treM.)
41 HI ce a, C3 Portia Clit-ny Murl,
AGOTDfarm hand, who a Wo undcrsiasdf card:ci3(.
rqu rt at the I atriol Cffice.
Those Fine Guns !
(At Private Sale.)
riMIS aubscriber la nrlllnf an Invoice of splesd a Gone at
X such prioi a as to induce purci aarrs to pay alovper
tie, bot.lilwtaadtnK tbe ttrrrsure of the Umn.
These Guts J remain for a few ds longer sjlvmf
those in ant ol a tij-U-p Ux.ble 1-arrrl Uun, Kifle, ke
volvar, or aay article ul Miooiirc'or i h t.g la a. Cut
ler, Ae , may be aasarcd Lb a I ue goods wui five sati.tao--
. - . btNJ.F. BUikXite.
Silk & h'atin Ties, Scarfs & Cravats.
K EC JIVED tfcu day a superb aMorus.cl of Ti. Mocis,
rc4iT fi andCrata a. kia variy f euttrr, and
M variutu prlMo, tut raie br
Kid, Silk, Cloth & But kskin Glores.
Jt T U hand, a choir, lot of ba quality ef Closes, sa
bracng itu; euktt of Jkid, tiik Ctu-h, tiaeiakin, ae.
J. I'. MO luL.
. iuici:n it urn cum
AMERICAN LIY:RY AND HACK STABLE
45gCHHSCH ST., gASHTIIXr,
M. S. COHBS.PnOPniETOE.
OW1KG to the r.tiM La mosey maUwrs. I kav re
docwd ssy piioea I imi to iw.aty-e perceatttve
lh Kle ol sautOte burwi, lt-rre. Uae.s, Cars, Au.
My .km. i as o4 aaasty ta tt r; j, cexia'Juf c-f a
larr avoabar fen liori., Br.e fcsrr rs. No. 1 kiacao.
(uk ca,Htt and tijMikne.il drivers.; iug ether Oitk aey
and everytn a kept la rts- to turs. It yaw want ta
ae snwaey, at4 set od atack, sua4! la. I Upitm a Caii,
a Caarcn eirott, ja.4 hate fev. ftiee,
T- NEW SUPPLY OP PRIXT-
ERS INKw behave intreeelvedfrooB New
Tork a new supply of Printer's News Ink, which we are of
ferinr for sale low for cash. SMIIH.CAM p A CO.
Dee I tt. - - Patriot Office.
TO PRINTERS. We have
a good super Royal Press, nearly new and
in perfect order , which we will sell at a bargain.
decS tt SMITH , CAM P A CO.
A'list Cf Post-officeg 'n the United State op to the pre.
sent time together with much information ol value to
all bi s:nees men.
" Willis the Pilot," a seqnel to the Swiss
Fair.i'y boson; or, Adventures of an Emigrant Fa
snily, Wrecked on an I'nknawn Coast, Interapersed with
Tal Ircidents of Travels, and Illustration of Natural
History. For Bale by F. HAGAN.
A Acw IXovel by Ir. Southuorlbi
" The Bride of an Evcning,,,!
The publication of which has uct been con-rr faced (n the
Nework Ltdper, the srreat Fan ily Newrpaer. Sub
scriptions received and single copies sold by
decSl tf F. HAAN.
HARPER'S WEEKLY FOR l353.-TLe Put-
Hhers say they intend 'O mate It the best Family Pa
per in the World. Terms 2 0 peryer.
dec31 tf . F. HAG AN, A pent.
Magazines for February.
EMER?ONASD PCTSAM'S MAGAZINE ;
GODETS LADY'? BOCK ;
HA RP K'5 JOURNAL OF CIVro ZiTION, Weekly;
PORTER'S SriKIT OF TITE TIMES, Weekly;
FRANK LFSIIE'8 IILLSTRATED SKWS, Weekly ;
Received by JOHN VORK A CO.
City of ilie Great
JERUSALEM AS IT
AS IT IS,
JE3 It I S M?0 X3 3-
By J. T. Barclay, M. D., Missionary to Jem'aUm. Jutt
received by (ao AS. W. smith.
BOOTS AN!) SHOES.
Brathhaw & Kutland,
N'o. 30, Uxion Street.
HAVE Jnst received a fre.h s"im1t f BOOTS and
8U0ES, which -.ill be Bold at THtC TtRY LOWEST
Ladies I.sng Gaiters, with and without Feels;
" " Congress " "
TMck and TMn Srle Kid Pontees.heels and noheelt;
Front I need l. Mine tiaiters:
Frerx! Fmhro'dered Mil tars, rorretliing nice;
" White Kid lipoers and Kofetts; '
Kid Blippers, plain and Irhuuied, heeled and no
Irr Tllane and f Ulldren.
MissesThxic and Thin .Jo d Kid and Goat Uootees, heeled;
44 Hack lasting (Sailers;
' K d Slippers;
Thick rinle Sc hool Fhoe;
Children's Kid and Goat Bootees, thick and thin'sole;
44 lilack I aitinr -aiters:
" E.nc- He led ghoes;
44 AukicTies and S.ippers.
Gents Extra QCII-l V D BOTTOM Boo s-
4 44 t alf Waier Proof 44
44 44 44 I'nmp 44
44 44 44 Ftitched
44 I). P. Congrtss iiterf;
44 P L 44 -4
44 Pa-rp Ca f Oxford Ties;
44 II P 44 44 44
44 Cloth Congress Gaiters;
44 La-tin Ties.
And all artir'e' ki p! In a PhoeP'ore 1 l.-he Invite the
attention of all wanting art c-k in our lire.
Bit DslI AW A RUTLAND.
Trunkt Hud VaUe.
LADIES' Extra fire Pole lea 1 er Trunks;
44 44 ,4 Tmveing 44
G ENTS Fine f?"le Leather 1 rnnki;
44 44 44 44 Valises;
44 Ko-ut h Trunk;
44 ilogs'kia 44 Iron Frame.
Forsaieby BKAUdlf AW ITTLAND,
Jir.2. tf No. 80, Union st-eet.
Selling Off Under Cost Price.
IN order lomile room for try Pprint Kto'-k nf Groda,
1 I sill tetl the ba'atce cf try bt-k f Mdlincrv -.ood-now
on I and unac co-t t rice. Conl tine cf l ad e Fancy
fonnet tiin n ed and ui trim" e ; hirh I onnet KihtMina ;
French F if er i , lea tl er. llunes.Mi hair. Head-dresses.
H ilk VeiU, Kid Glove- at f Octa. a pair. Pie Nirti o-e,Cil-Gloves
irtorud colors. o broiderie , 4 hern; Belts, Under
sleeves, Worktd olurs. Embroidered Id an kerch it fc. Jaco
net tlouncifi: ,lors,4e. A er.era artortment of Milli
nery Goods co pie e. Now Ladies U your timt to buv
Fancy t.oods cheap for cash, arvthere will be no credit
givtn. I emcnibir tl.e i lace, No. in, t-Vdur vtreei.
MltS.H. J. LLOTD,
EWIN, PENDLETON & CO.,
bUCCESMUIB TO EWIN Bi:OTIlKI:8,
Wholesale Lrvggists, No. 5, J'ullie Fjvare
wall VII lr 'I eiitievarc.
Tl AVING formed a partnership with ir. JVO.T. PEN-
A.X I l.rTUN, ttie nleol our tirm is onanirea to
EWIN, PENDLETON & CO.,
who 111 crntir i:e tl.e Wholetale I'n e Pus'oess at N'o. 5,
Nashville Inn Block, North ride Pub Ic ruuare, and res-
pecfuliy iniite the atteuLltn rf their Irieuds aud others
purchaMnp Prtpa In this market.
T. O. BAIXIS.
W. O H1EXIH.
I1AKKIS 45c CO.,
WHOLESALE GUOCE11S Jb C0MM1SI0S
(Hart.McCrae A Co's New Build nr,
o. 7?lrkct Street. lukltv lllr.
' BANK OF COMMERCE.
JOHN U. JAME5, Pies. D. D. JAMES, Cahier.
NarariLUi, Tenn., Jan 13. LS&S.
I will sire 83 cents en tLe dollar for La renccburg
money; and other or cum nt money at tha market t-rtre.
I wish to uict aw (ltil.tnO of lmces.e Ftate londs lo
OH an rrder, acd will give the highest Market price for
Land Warrants to any amount. JN0. D. JAM E 8.
Ja n 1 4 tf.
COAL! COAL !
JU.JT rerrlved Coro hutsl of coal fro-n Bell's Mines ;
. ill 'ell al 13 aad Stv eents per buihel.
No H7 NoTh Ch.iry atrccU k-P. FOKT.Af't,
'IBF fee F'ock o Krady-mrie ' lothlnr,(at tha A action
X Rooms of lU'ltJ. t MjIcI1o,) aid be open for a
few dars loneer.
Persons .hinr lo supply tLemrelvei l I do "ell t.call
Ii bout lurthcr te.ar. s-t- 4. s. euia.iuc.
fTE with to rorcbase tome to 14 Likely Toons; Ne-
VV fro V.to and es, from tie aye of l to 3 years.
We want It em likely eua ol i-ce it,r snootn oiaca
km. II. ' UAIII9 at tt'.
Ha have a good I lsck.iclth to hire for the pre-nt year
Jao. k tf
eabtie: made clctuixg of iupieioh
QUAL1IT AT TBE ACCT10H ECO JUS OF
Eenj. F. Shields.
f. 10,000 werthel It etvd i .''1 ado ClwIlilBa;.
COl4-l4TlNO In part of ll'ark aad Colored Vesver
Cloth Over Coats. Aaylans ard lahnas. IHicti and
Crdored t th. Frfe end I re.s Coat., Clot 6 and Vuslne
Frock to.tr, I laca atd I secy iMilrrt Pact., Velvet,
PI sr., Mjc sld t ai.y mis. rein ana i assiu ere iceia,
etc- etc. C'tJ nd lountry 1'e.iers. and oilers are invit
ed lo call and esaniine tt e Mi-c., ah ch UI be found to
be of .npertir n.a. and ef the bet ttjW.
JaolS tf HkNJ. r. rlltri.Dfl.
SELF PUXSESVATION, &c.
LL debt due us previous to the ear 15. will be eol-
V Iret.d by ii at J. nuar Cocrt. or belore a MoaT s
tral. If Lot paid be tore that tin e. 1 Li. stall aptly to all
persona, wiUiOatl disU&cUotu 'Atsovd k'tktsl sU UO
rfat.H tClltUliir t Do.
lx 10 tf.
QUICK & HEAD,
COKSIISSION AHD FORWARDISO
WHOLESALE ft DETAIL TLO'JK 4k rS BTOSZ,
At tks aid irrsiaeesaai rlur ZH4,m
Xm. 11. NulU Csvllrse ftireel,
.H A ! 1 1 V 1 L. I T sU.H
AO r NTS fruxll.ttavU: Milu, Tesneae.
he V wa
44 Isare 44 ly.
Doer. ra4 A.. AT fUCES TO fCIT iUITH.
li ra faauly tluur, hcleseaa, Il 2; Retail f
tUrSjM 44 " 1 ' tS
fisa - - 1 M 1 1
W-ddua.a " IN 113
btxxu " !
1 tatee BraA t4 rtae ass) MUod 4IJe afcaJ
hea sail cs by tbe u.auty a uu su etmut til be
allowed u iw.l baaeso.
AU rucka cUcr.4 ue aai of that o.ty frwe of
Tae bifheet market pnee poM tar as itJ es cMatry
A awyner arttcie m lift itaaaai xeovaayivaaiai aw
vumI ftour. oa baad avo4 Km aae ww al
orilX TOTIX I'IUUS
TUt Taa ray era are sxiil'Ud that th a etent tw'4
tut the s. t w Bas ta the (.otu-ty CmtTX
CWrh4Uha,aA4 ai'J rc-o-ata livers tha Ut day ol
laiiruit n.at. k.r laj txutl aad eorrC.k. u. Uut S- 'l-avJ
ih4 Utots iblctealesl win alt.oJ M l. M sial.tr im Iwuu-
If as tX ai.coM'a tt.ate svtwt .be .d. i e s oJVer
Us 1st . ety aaiM4-!- tAMkat.
Ijanll tf tMwai - e
AUCTION SALES. "
AUCTION SALE Oft' GltOCEHIKS
KIPiRPATUIfE, ACVIXS & CO.
O-S Friday Janiinrr Sth, 1 , at 11 o
clock, A. me will oiler for sale in front of our
fro hlids New Fugar; f-O Ibis IT. Gin; ,. ,
8W" baps Coffee; 25 44 Ttnepar;
fJi t bis new crop Mols-e; StK boxeila'ware:
fU packares Mackerel FUi.; 100 " Tr bacco.vari'ibr'dr;
llObxs U.K. Kaiint; l"0n bar. f re suit;
Ion half boxes Co. li,u0 tine tiegrs, various)
l'MlquaT. 44 do. brauds.
kees Naff: 100 hxs Mr Candles;
I'M) bbU Cincinnati Whiskey, tS-J 44 Piateh;
various land; fo bisi.UI Cornse Krandy;
50 44 liourhoa, do; H ea- es Mstche'-,
tt 44 MoBonniheia; SI coils Co: ton Kope;
5' Am. Bracdy; I'M" esses Frri-h I'eachei.
51 caesfar'ine, e'e.etr, 8t boxes Che-s.
V, ith many other article, in tbe Grocerv kne.
, KIKKfATKICK, NEV1NS A CO.
Jan Sit, 19Tf td. B B e.M
lamiiii:th's t;AHDr sr.r.ns.
TC?T received and opened a li'g- stock of Landreib'ar
Garden re d-, irrni! f'e h; coa-is'iDg of the
oanal varieties brought to this mi W,'o wtiicb he would
call the attention oi Pxtnil-r ard tia d- ers.
Jan'JO tf JO. O. BRt HA, 43 College street.
II a can a Csfjar Store
UR ASCII OF TIIOS. CARD OX A,
To. 23, r da rrtrrrtrjrrcsite the CoraiBercial Hotel.
rHr partner.-hin hertt' fore exU' ine te'wern Thomas
X Caidcra at a the rniiendirrie ' 1 trim een dislved
It is h is Intrttion te c niir.tie the Cicar It sine s. He re
turns thank to Ms nur.rou cu-tO"eis f r their fiHeral
patronapr, and irforrris them that he in'entfs to keen con
stantly on laid a 1 1 let din s ork of itJ-of the (u I
ard best brands evi-r hr oirl.t to thia market, t i-h be
will sell at n oderate prit-es bv ti e I ox He I' vite- hi old,
CU'tomers acd the public genera, y logive l.im a call.
Jan 14. C. t-UOMAT.
J HATE also fitted up la the rear cf n, Cigar Store,
A l.rli.UlMs Saloon,
where can be hud all Inn's tl 1 Jeucts of Ihe he t quality,
msde np into sn kit d of ;r Dk tl at r. sy l e ral.ed fcr.
I only ak a pt rt ea rf tt ehl ersl ) ti'tKe of I e pshlie,
and will me u le t ende.xcrs to pUa.-o al' he b nv r
me a rail. C. Cut MAT.
Jan '4. IfrS tf.
ry P PI F verv de iri.b'e ro n t ovr the riartei4. rank,
1 uitst le UiT cB res. 1 ct rm rr. on Co.k-i.e at.il I mots
I cesestion civtn iu.u.cuia -lv.
o. s.v iMi, rrn't.
Dee IT tf.
y auterh' I ank.
Ill K III AT ! Itl III. A l t!
JUt-T reetied, 2C0 bags extra l ulled Pennsylvania Eackv.
vhtat. Iu eteie li1 for rale by
QUICK AM F.AD.
Delivered to any art of the e tj free c( charge.
mCWCUSTFCR i FAP.riY USE!"
: CA UVa -v ,
; -s- .
Oliiiion of flu4 .IiitlsifH ;il (he lutv
A T tlif4 lati" MctliitiiicV Fair, luM in th Cilj
IX nt" Nahvillc, in (It-lotu r, ls.17, tlie Ju.lfrcs
apjuiintfil t I'.viiiiiine iirlit lt-s in CI.is (3 N.
17, (iiioviit A JJakkk's Scwinir Jlnrliiiu-. ; No.
KM, SiMiKu'n KKI'OIJT uii.in the I'lIlNCIPAI.
points unii nit-ritd of tbe two luuchiut'.s uk fol
Tlit1 iivu-liinos art4 lmtli t w t-thrcail mncliiiien,
that in, iiMiijr two wparate thrt-utln lur making
the t-titcli; that ir Ckuvkk V Kaki h ut-ine the
thnn.l from COMMON STOOLS WITH TWO
NICF.UI.KS ; ami that of Sinufk'h wlnx i4
hpol iilnl niip iicfdle, the nfht r thrt nil wurLin
from a ;01;l:iN 1NCLOSKI) JN A MIl.Tll.j:,
anil, in tin- opinion of the coiiunilli-c. ix litet
adapted to FINK Cl.OTII INf J. SA DOf.Kft V, A c.
The .i;o i:k a jiakkj: uh the lkast
CO.MPI.ICATKIi MACIUNFUV, AN1, OF
CornSK. FAS1FK MANACF.li; a.lvuutap4 ol
L'sist; sroohs wnnoi T ki;-u imin; ;
and, ttitli the exception of tin clothing, fatldle-
rv, Ac, in the opinion or tin? roinuuttt-e is
lf.st sriTFn foi: family usi-:.
tii-i?" Tlio part if this n port rcfTriiiff to tho
SiiijrtT Macbint as XmtX ail:tU'd ti line (.'lothiiij
was iiitonl.'l to Le FN HKIisJl ( Ml ItY Til II
COMMITTLi; ub,t I OK MANFFACTF KINt;
CLOTlllNt; 11V TAILOKS.IN WOUK-SIIOI'S.
ac. Thi; same in ulfluf.ncl; TO SAD-
NASHVILLE MACTHITE COMPACT,
e. 4 Public Squnrri aali t' 1 1 Ir 'leiiu.
Nashville. Tenn.. January 8(1 Is R tf
II EKE WE AKE,
WIIEELKH & WILSON
Yftottfactcrirg Co 's Ircprevr d Faxaily
cd mrrrii rtho $ cotii l e4 to c il ard rn ir iht-m,.
trfo'e luii ,a oi e ea awl a alien only is r rsrwtrr let
l.f . ary ere tl rt tl ne ) stl lot s are Just Lt art slant
ed In every tat: Iir. v
lie fullt lac are ten t cftl r yaodnnalitlesoi the V) bee
IrrA Wliirn Mact In. i.aul aod escel rree ol .titctt
lite uva b th n'o ff He nine statu; ttorouy of
thread; ylicK and thurouelme s oteoi.s: ruetion, porta
bility, .... ! ei-rati.n si a d ar.ocea.eot, tfeed, Mietasa
ot n osestef-t, s'.rei stb, ( rs im aid durability of scam
that still Dit Hp oi ravrl,'..icability to a variety of par
botes aed ssaieriaU, con ! vices and e.rsaac. of snoakes
aa4aath. C.ll acd er tl .ro.
U0.se ever L. f. tttct'tliry Ecsis Ptere,49 Collrrest
Dee lt dAwXm. AimubrTeoiKSMS.
Valuable Buildinc: Lots
N E W I X (J ' S ADDI TIOX.
BT vlrti-t of an ay reevrent between tl CDdertlRBed,
we will sell fcr .he b.Det of tie parties ccacerneJi
a Pabiie Anctlrn , on tl r j re -ea, t the hiktei-t I l tiler,
va ICt rJDAV UL I HI II MUt If K'tl AIT, NAH
ILe lis dMcnt tl u- lo. in I ' ir ,-s aJ.iltK a to rioshville.
la: bU hut. rJ is t.iic v-nu and
loci street; a o k le hue. 1"1, It J I'd! aad 1 4 aa rieteo-
B aveaev at d A1.I a ilittl ; u.l. i ., l)atrt
lit oa Wet. i tte sirett j luts Net. ilU, Ikn, 1X1 and lis
on siIbiii s.'cct and Itttfiixn ntg.t ; lot No tl
on Ivur avesu. '! Hih irrl : kt. N. ti, V&, tA
aod S3, troutipf mm AlU'Ob slroet twl ti.lercctel ly tb
aa'lru.d ; h i u 9. It', 1 1 and 1 i iri otiue on btrtenaoti
irtDuv sm iOtf i- ni, tit ultra iy tn. i au tHua.
The sale will be ittio. t rscrv. . en acrrviii it 11 ta suns.
Ith kite real tiu dale, aad Don suth goof stcirity py-
abie in tuns will be ittjuind. at d a le.i ict .iucd on tb
ivt. k nr. c. oti kit.
Jactv VI i.a.iiiit'j.i,
LEA & PERKINS
a Lit.r Iron
TO UtS BKOTUEB.
ITobcasTBa, M.v, 1SJ1
TeU IK 4 4k. PER.
I blfhljr etecaied la lo
dta, and is, ta any epiav.
iuu, the Bioat paLakahle,
as well as the Beet
holcwtke Sauce that la
TO EM TUB
05LT GOOD SkVCE,
A APftJCAaua vo
Te oelv Medal sardd hr the Jury ef tha New Tork Ba.
tMlsiass iue lveeta ftwivi, u obtained by 1-1 A A fk-K.
K I N . fur ifcetr A V K C i T If 1 U 1 fc k. ' A L V K . the wc ld-w MM
faaae of wbseh bavtay led ttt buirrrwii ittuttiusa,sart;haarr
sr. nrtu rtxstratcd to that tbe stswi of 44 Lit ts
fltt iilN" are luu-e. ..4 Sims the tttttue aaJ tHOfjrjr, and
,irtat4 asa the labela.
Vie n bwsnaJe AjclsU lur ta. I alto, psatea.
J0K3T BTCCAX k SOSS,
4U6 UrMa4tt ft. Ve
A stAok atwavsla at. Aiao,eed-a reosiv4 for dire
htinbi fream Knslaaid. May 5T lyee p.
CUZA? I0L2 LXATHI2.
P C.AXDKR-yX, Moa. 4 aad 4? CoUef alreci, hsv
e rn store, aad tor rsUe a ha vy tol ol iitiiiuibk
taaaed bote Utaih.r at S3 cta.per t).
Coil toe a U yoa a to.aius la any kind uf leather.
T. A. I'. Aht'lttSOai.
IKoA.43 A il.Cvlsrira klrr4
J4l It A fas; dort tioa iMOotL sl